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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 5, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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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)-
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o\\ \.f\. MBRARY OF FLORIDA' l

I Buy In North Brevard! St a r-Adir oca::: t e; Smile-You're In Florida I

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents

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81th Year No. 16 5c Per Copy Titus\'ilc! Florida, \Vidnesdav February :5, 1964 :'o Pagt's TIK1.IY. Published. Mondlt Y F,*><* -'cwlivi' ( :noel- FridaysI ; ;-
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UNITED 'J, S ST 6w Orange School Site !

IN ifs The State Cabinet over. the ob From South lirevurd over two l,'rd iv Print tail.. this morning n S II I! 5JO west of the St lie fline"

t } y teet Ion pica telegraphed by Bre and halt hours o, urlvmg time ;: when told it the uoaid s .I.h l, ,i,, lists Pruitt said he plans to talk

} 31 yard Rep Jim Prultt yesterday Is lost 1 m the to and) from tripto action' llr- .harmed "pmu xsional nlucnlois with the governor, "to make

continued. the Board of Control', the' Addmucci site." He ri. polled rurivlntt mum i ious he "dlMnrttd I the sure the university will remain

Adamuccl site choice for a A legation led by Piuitt, calls !Monday from Talus .rlloll1l1l i : desires and thatiKi'ft the what it UirtPd out to be a
proposed East Central Floridi Wick him. Muldrew and Rep J. has set' asking'! him to, withdraw cmi/hn to a regular: institute technical institution catering to

University J. Griffith of Oserola County had his objections to the Ads nHlrei cl higher I Karmnn the missile industry"

The site, located" just 23 miles planned a meeting with Guy kite amt Informing. him the Hiyiint! rend the telegram to The property' tagged Adatiiicci '

from Titusville, one mile west of( Farm Bryant Friday to press Vlumucc! site would bo approved the Hiiird. of Education: after one of the donors,

SHOWN PLANS Mrs. Milliard Finch, Plaza Shopping Center Showing 1 Mrs. the (unction of State Roads 50 their arguments for selection ofa in the morning PuiiU said he Mill plans to was recommended by the University r

Postmaster of the Indian River City Post Finch the plans is Rudy Rohlke, vice- and 520, had been approved after site closer to BrevI rd. South Drevard and Oxcetila keep hlj appointment with Board of Control from

I Office, is being shown the plans for their president of the Sepper Corp., which has many months of deliberationby [ "They (the Cabinet and th,) officials had hoped t tit, put b,ickin Ci>'ont Friday although "I 1 among II legations offered in

new office which will be constructed near the contract on the building, (S-A the site selection committeeof Board 01( Control) knew it yes (the running thc DtM.it/ farms clout know' K anything else can Orange and Srminolconuties..

the Wlnn-Dixie supermarket in the River Photo.) the Board of Control. The location 12 miles noith-

I Rep Fruitt. joined by County Need Place For Conferences east of Orlando was officially.

Commissioners Jot Wickhamand pinned down subject to three:
Dick Muldiew, South Breaid conditions: That the soil will

\ Chambers of Commerce take the of buildings .
Railroad Space Agency and many others, have fought ; (hut thu title heavy contains no I I

the selection. objecting on the SS Seeking Ji Home legal; flaws, und that coning CUHIrols I II
' ...rounds(! oC the distance from the I ore adequate I

South Brevard areas. State Senator Bernard Par.

Pruitt telegraphed tie Cabinet "Just looking for a home. arc The SS Is presently buck at the .eat residents waiting for Interview rlah of Titusvillo had given his

To Avoid StrikeFlorida which had the final approval the words to the oil Negro song Chamber of Commerce building and interview individuals>> nppioval of the Adamuccl Site

Meeting of the site, pointing out about the boll wcc\cl, but in this and plans arc being formulated( in a conference room It Is on the grounds that 'cooper*
the fact that the Cap and the for construction of some I type tll hoped that some cooperation betwein ution with Oiungo and Se'niinole
it would apply also to the
technical: personnel involved in cane afford petition>> in the lame backroom the< city and/or county can Counties' was Important to scours!!
its!! operation had been the decide Social Security office in Titus where the field men can mike this possible, funds fur Mho University Construction
East Coast Railway With your line operating Ball said the 58 cars carrying ing factor in establishing the ville ."

and space agency officials are into Cape Kennedy, Webb said, ballast! for the track construction need for an East Central Florida
Some of the central
"the risk is great that continuation had been diliveicd Jan 3 but M. D Eadie, district manager cast-
meeting today m an attempt to university in the beginning Clyde Pirtle Announces CandidacyClyde Florida! municipalities and their
of this dispute will result in contractors had not been allowed of the Social Security, whose office '
dear the way for rail serviceIn Pruitt, Wickham and Mul ri stances from the unlver.ity!
work stoppages on projects vitalto to unload them until the past
Is in Daytona Beach, has .
drew have each stienui Pirtle, 4t old law
the Men'itt Island launch the rational space effort und weekend. voiced year A married daughter. Mrs Edgarcnger site are;
ous objections to the site Wick- been coming to Titusville for the rnfni"tin-tint officer. today for-
area despite the threat that a to the defense of this country." "I'm glJd to know that NASAis W lives In Cocoa. Daytona Beach, 54 miles,
ham said that the board of con past IB years, and during that nuilly nnnouneed Mi candidacy .
ford 18 Orlando 12 Melbourne
strike against;: the railroad might Webb accused the iLC: of stalling to recognize its obli- ,
trol had not acted in good faith for Bir\\'lIrtl County sheriff,
time has roamed city moicthan 52
trespassing |last! t week by bringing gallons under a contract that its Cape Kennedy, ;
spread into the spaceport. Kith Brevaid Mudrew refusedto subject to the 1 Democratic\ prim I .
to Coco i, 32 Titusvllle 23 Kisfclmmee
cars onto the government now approximately five weeks! once seeking a spot ,
A spokesman for the National track before it was authorized in default on," Ball said put his stamp of approval on "settle down" and aid the re hi i. mat le* May 5. 28; and the Martin misfile -
the Adamucci site, laying it was
Aeronautic and Space Adminlatration dents of Titusville with their social Reared in Titusville, Mr. Fire plant near Orlando, 21
out of the question.
said that the agency security problems. tic attended schools hrrc. He Is:
One Car Nils Another ( Pruitt, in a statement to the
has agreed{ to permit the FECto Clips a former Lieutenant with the 50 Percent Gain Is
Star-Advocate last week, said: "At one time, Sadie tells us,
with :
Florida Highway Patrol Sales Tax Collect'ionColleclloll
the 4'i\ -mile running
use spur 'All we're asking Is that they "I stood at the counter at the old .
ny>t., ,,Uun .20 years i of service. 4
to an Appolo moon rock Pole And Tree Power the site closer to Bievardn .
; Inlerruols
Pest Office most all day Interviewing Afl
udder ,, __ _, ,: "r retiring from .tlle highway of sales tax In Bre
it: asbembly area 'now TO people with their problems patrol he served ai Captain. of _ vard County during January
conduction A spectacular two 'car accident: coming to rest approximately 249! ." Putrol Operations and as: Chief totaled $61J.22* and represented

involving six people occured feet beyond the original point of Smallwood Seeks Deputy with the Palm Deach a 52 per c ft Increase over the
The railroad attempted to deliver Thursday at Mirns at 1 1:13: p.m. impact, according to Bill Ourrell, The field office In Titusville County Sheriffs Depaitnient I total In January 19ft:

two carloads of steel in Eva Jane Sistrunk, 27 of Mims, Jr? Florida Highway Patrolman, has moved around more than a Mr; Pirtle designated tho Citi The Increase was more than

the area last Thursday but was taken to Jess Parrit !Memorial investigating officer NominationFrank truck load of itinerant bean pickers zen's Dink of Titusville as his 1212000 in the 12 month period

guards halted the train. The I hospital for observationafter Electrical power in the Elms going from the post office campaign: !!: depository)/ and he will I This was the biggest increase In
space agency; said at that time the car In which she was a area was interrupted part of the M. Smallwood, Eau to the chamber of commerce act as his own/ campaign tieas- the state and ,rafikedt. the county
the spjr track was not ready for passenger driven by Lenora Hall afternoon until Florida Power Gallie resident, announced today building, to the old telephone urer. 9th among the (7 In Florida.

rail traffic. Sistrunk, also of Mims, struck a and Light Co crews erected another his intention to qualify as a can building, back to the chamberand Collection of gasoline tax total.
didate for Brevard County Sher. Ik resides it t 11)13) Orlando eel $111,122 and showed a 20
vehicle driven by Virgil E Wilson power line pole and repaired then from here to there and percent
However the two freight cars iff in the May Democratic Primary Read, Irdi.in River City area, Increase over the previous
68. on State Road 46, just the line damage. back again
and 28 ..ars carrying ballast with his wifo and son, Robert Clyde/ Pirtle January.
were unloaded in the NASA west of U. S. 1. Burrell said Wilson pulled onto Smallwood, 38, is the only eonT "We are not looking for the
The Sistrunk vehicle traveled the highway, not seeing the Sis- "
r"l1" over the weekend. Impossible, Eadie said. All we
126 feet from the point of Impact trunk vehicle, striking it on thu want Is an office large enough to Lamer II
NASA and Army Engineers left front. t To "Piddle" Around
and completely snapped a L -T accomodate a waiting room anda
toured tile spur and declared it power line pole about six inches Wilson was charged with disobeying confidential Interview room"

ready for use even: though it has from the base. It then moved another a stop sign. -
not been completed and NASA 123 feet, plowed over a The Sistrunk automobile was According to Eadie, in days (By Bill Lftrly)

Us not accepted it from its palm tree, weaved between a damaged on the left front and H X gone by, a hole In the wall was Lamer Thrclkrld has tradedhis ?

builder. sign bearing "First Baptist aide, and right front and right sufficient room for the field office lust t 33 years of active life
Church of Elms( Welcomes You," rear. Damage was e.tln .ted at but the case load of today for the peace and quiet of re-
A presidential board of in and scrapped another palm tree, $1,200. has necessitated an office of considerable tiremtnt t ml "he! say, "I'm Just r 's
quiry, appointed by the late Pre .t size. fconna 'piddle around, go to ball

tidcnt Kennedy last year when .ts and tour Ground the country
j games!
"Some will Eadie
say" stated
p.c ketil1lI against the taiiroad in- DAYS t in the Summer"
'Why should the city furnish the
tcrrutcd space construction! t 1 1 Federal of turner has retired from the
government with
Ia an
'nckd that: NASA boy-
Standard Oil Service Stationbuslnclt.s
flee and furnishings? Why don't t
o t the-1 nc as long as its work 00
-8:00: they do it themselves But the which he has operated
u, ucrit on strike thing boils down to this: The district during these past 35 years and

NASadministrator James ;00 -3:00: office is all that Is required doing that time has seen' many 4 ;
( of the changes" m the "old town''When .
Webb, fearing that striking rail social security office; and
rued winker! night again: picket r i .'!''lllf ai of course that Is In Daytona I first came I") Titus I
Beach If it were not for these yule" Threlktld said, 'The I
t tu: : spac' certtr, recently urged Frank Sirtallwwd
III: tfoaid Chairman Edward field offices, all Titusville rest rlllroud stopped at Titusvillc
U'it 1 "to pursue every possible of the late F M Smallwood, Sr. dents with social security probe and the Dixie Hotel was the fin
kdution to the settlement of prominent Brevard realtor anti, Isms would have to drive, fly, cst hotel on the East Coast" I' _

your l lung standing; labor difficulty motel owner, who was a Mason walk, hobble or crawl to Daytona Thrtlkdi first saw Tiluvill tyi:1113r
The railroad is now and a charter member of the Beach the best way they in 1912, during which time he- { r

mann; J by non'union woikers Eau Gallia Kiwanis Club and could. It is a service of the city worked! for his brother, Percy, I
Chamber of Commerce His mother to furnish for their citizens a spot In a grocer store lie left in
Grace, resides In LovcriilueSM : fur the social security field! men lal3 and didn't t return until V =Th

JC Officials SMALLWOOD On Page I to operate out of." 1934! :! when he went to work for ..J1

Campbell Const Co, and l later _
fur W J. Dardtn. Standard Oil :FkA.h r
Robbins Judicial SaleIs _
Properly truck
To Allend Meet driver.Dmtrihut hose as a .

State and national dignitaries In 1927 Lamer Utised a Stand.
Set Aside Circuit
By JudgeJudicial I Harden.
are scheduled to attend Jpmor- :ird Oil Station from
Ilie/ station was located on the
of the Junior
nl.ht's meeting
row : : :
Chamber. of Commerce.: sale of a valuable ono time coiner of Garden St and the saws
of downtown Tltuiville Although he agreed that thetne
piece railroad Hut at that time Gar
he dint Earl Spencer: because
ct the visit of the expected real estate, held Nov, 22, 1003 raise(I legal questions/ which di n Si was U S. I, He operated f 'T
call was set aside In an order by Clr- might be appealed to a higher the station there. until 1937 at j rN
has out an urgent
guests: cut: Judge William C. Akridgein court Judge Akridge ruled that which time he moved to his present .
Rockledse Monday since Rnbbins had produced the Washington
location on .. .
Cody Bailey, state president, The property, owned by Theo- umuunt needed to pay off the Ave and Kivervicw Place. w.J77 -

of Ft Pierce. plus three national dare Robbins, Is located just mortgage within 10 days after A letter to Lamer tom E. OKittleson I -

da: I':ton are expected: to gather hala' south/ of McCotter Motors and the sale, the transaction could beset / Standard Oil District

with Tttuivtlle Jaycees tonight y f ? run between Washington Ave. aside: Manager, said about his
at "'30 at Citizens Bank Community and the Indian River. It ha'I Akridi:'' decision resulted ment:

Room. / 1 beer mortgaged to First National from. an interpretation of a statela 'This worries me retire.l

Bank (then Brevard State) and which says that the defend- because it reminds me of .. ....,....
Advocate ... ... ..
Spencer told the Star the bank foreclosed ent in a foreclosure! action may age and because as long as I .

this morning, "It is of Utmost At the sale, Edward G. Nelson tilts objections within !10 days of have known of our service: station FRONT TO RACK Lamer Threlkeld, in 33 years of

importance that all mem- CLEARED PATH -The Chevrolet sedan, parked to they and C. K. McCotur wen sue- the sale and the judge said the in Titusville It has been operatedby service station business! has worked from the front to

LTS b. present tomorrow night. left of the First Baptist Church sign, struck a car, and cessful bidders at 60000. It attempt to pay off the mortgage yourself the back Lamer Is shown above (top) filling tank of Jim

Many extremely important matters traveled over 200 feet before coming to a itop. Driven was pointed out during the within 10 days would in his op- The district manager said that Carliles Model A Ford, which of course is located at the

of business concerning the by Lenora Sistrunk of Mims the car hit a power line hearing that Nelson had offered bona, come within this statute. the purpose of the letter was not front of the car In bottom photo he Is filling tank of a

entire club will be discussed and pole which broke in three places, knocked down a palm 990! .000 on the morning of the He also pointed out that in his to say goodbye, because he knew late model car which is located in the back. Carlile wasa

should rot b* missed by any tree and scraped another palm tree during the accident. ale and diaries Pirtle testified opinion the property was worth Lamer would, still he livicf 'In Ti- regular customer of Threlkeld 33 years ago when the

conscientious Jaycee: ," -(S-A Photo.) that he had offered m,000 at substantially more' than $40,000./ S" THHELKELD On Page I Model A was In vogue.-(S-A Photoi .) ,

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..* 2 TlhmllU ( Florida) Star. Advocate' Wednesday, February S, )1964 .
Tltuivlllo (Florida) Star Advocate

Unkle 9 Ea.bll.he l .l IMPPubllnncd I Nosing I

EditorialsThe FuD s r W.dne.day. Mondift.A rrldtr Around

By 'Tit .ivlll* tttr.W .
AdvectAt loo. (By Bob Hudson)
.. Th Star AdvscaUBulldl.f

Co/Yum/ e as Maln Street The several thousand local residents
Electoral College Flashing Blue LightsIn Tltu.vllle. Fla. and several hundred Ti

11RNagRtLi ; tusville High students, who stayed
..,... Pr..e A+..o.\"tI. basketball
last night's
the long history of this republic, only a comparative The Florida Highway Patrol is experimenting with ." .tlnna' ydid.rlal.te.orlano.I away from certainly missed the con
handful of people have voted for the President and flashing blue lights on patrol cars instead of the tradi- I rr'I I Henry*. Html II.. 8 Hudson. IIud......fnMr Y.-P.. test of the year. By this time

Vice President of the United States. All the rest of the tional red. Wai, I waz a settin' out In Lem earth what dont know that Suk Robert. H. Studios Seep-Deals. you may have read that the Terriers

electorate has voted for groups of men and women who, Emergency vehicles using the flashing red light now .. Vr'Indersnooti Bar and Sippin' arno is crazier in the head than \Bocond-Clan' .. Florid poarage t paid l< >t TUu.11I. .- upset strong Daytona Sea

for the most part, are totally unknown to them. comprise so many different fields that the patrol distinguishes I> Parlor tother evenln' an' Lem all the Inmates of Chattahoocheeput breeze 5958, with a last second
was readin' about that remember that Henry K Bullion. TubllibrrRobert Bobby Comparato.
a Party- together. shot by
themselves by changing to the blue. H. Hud nor, Editor
This, of course, is due to the electoral college system maw Canal ruckus In the noose. Batain death march, Lem?, rem Duvlil Dunn Adv,ril"ln. Mfr.WlllUm It was a thriller all the way,
These blue lights are easily discernable and readily Q. Lyn-ly circulation vita,.
which, after much debate and compromise, was firmly paper an' about them Amerycan ember Corregidor Wal, we whip the teams separated at the mostat
identifies the highway patrol. The brightness and rangeof boys gettin' killed over there In ped them Japanezc but Prcssy- Subscription fUte. any one time by five points.A .
embodied in Article II of the Constitution. Ever since
visibility appears slightly !inferior to the red but this Wet Nam. Wal, I BUMS I'd jist dent Eisenhower wasn't I alloweJ n* c.mo, '; ;North Br.v M feeling by some Seabreezefans
scores of proposals have been made to 1 Yr. *T.10 < Mo. HOP S aio. 1200:
fundamentallychange '
may be brought about by the oddity of appearance. heerd about enuf an I says, to go there fer fear heed git kill. that the final shot was too

it, none successful. And this year, no doubt, "Lem, yer a pretty good fitossofcr ed. By Mall In Florida late and a couple of sideline incidents .
Personally, we think the blue light as a means of : Tr. "50 e Mo. SJJO t II.... 12.00Passion
another effort will be made for the change. ken yew tell me Jist what In Our new Prossydint Is shuttin' after the game just didn'tdampen
.' identification of patrol cars is a good idea, and while we tarnashun 1 Is with down an' .. Ou'"I' rang us Amery- our shipyards, we buy .. ties\ M... 54at I M... S2.1111 the spirits
Under the existing: system, each state has as many all dislike detecting the flashing light of a patrol car approaching cans onnymore. We got thousands our stuff from Japan now an' the proves one thing although

electors as it has Senators and Representatives combined from the rear they are often angels of of naboors an' kin folks (Call Japanese is buildin', more ships. the Terriers have an 11.5 record

This is of obvious advantage to the smaller states, in that mercy to those using the highways and in distress. Amerycans tew) litrally itarvin' Remember them NAZIS, Lcm Play during the regular season, they'renot
tew death in the coal minin'country The same one what burned mil counted out when tour.
up to be
The Florida Patrol is dedicated to the all-
they have these two additional votes, represented by Highway
lions of people in ovens? You
of West Virginny, Kam- gas nament time comes.
their Senators, regardless of population. Thus, to some important task of making our highways as safe as hu- tucky and Tennysee an' we don't know whose the richest nation in To Be Opened -

extent, a state's mere size is minimized.It manly possible for all users and merits a mode of easy seem tew do much about It but we Europe today, Lcm That's rite

identification at all times. Know and respect the new kin ship wheat to Russhy on cre the tame ones, them defeated Boy, we have a February full
can also be said of the electoral college system thatit flashing blue! Germans. You know a hot it that Next) Sunday of tpccia"months\ ," "weeks"and

has worked. At the same time, it has produced distortion dit.Over there In Zanzeebar a ex King over there In Jordan what "days".

in the appearance of results for the reason that the mau mau, who calls hlsself a just got through givin' the Popea Final rehearsals are in swing A look at the promotion calen

candidates who carry a state, no matter how tiny their Channel 24 I ETV Field Marshal, an' whose daily great Jerusalem trip through Viol,his Lem countrytew now and last minute touches are be. dar month shows we worry that February more about is the the

exercise fer years WIZ murderin'white ing applied for the opening, on
majority receive 100 per cent of that state's electoral hen over in Egypt 'Isitln' that heart it's American Heart:
folks, runs our Govermintan Sunday of the 12th annual winter
votes. This exemplified in 1960. The late President Nasser feller tryln' to figure out Valentine's ((14th).
was Month, St.
The groundbreaking ceremony for Channel 24, East every body elst but the Com season of the famed Black Hills
Kennedy ran up a substantial electoral college majority. Central Florida's new educational television station, mica He says if we even come how tew start a war to blow up Passion Play In the Lake Wales Heart Sunday ((23rd) Bachelor
the Holy Land .
Yet his popular vote margin over Mr. Nixon was next to back to claim whats our own that Amphitheatre. Day end Leap Year<' Day ((29th)
scheduled for 28 will herald another gigantic
February ,
I see where Castro's gittin'Ssooooooo American Music Mon
invisible. Actually, Mr. Kennedy received a fraction he has ordered his butchers with A nonprofit community project, This is
in the educational field of this strategic area. worth 01 aid for his along with
step cleavers to cut th, which aorta goes!
there us Josef
up the Passion Play features
l less than 50 per cent of the total vote cast, because of the agreeculture from the U.N. an'
This new "school of the air" in South Orlando will In little pieces. They throwed us :Meter, renowned Christus portrayer hearts 'n flowers
vbtes which went to the various minor candidates. braggin' about how its all Amery
party provide Florida with a comprehensive ETV program to out of Cambody after we spent can know-how bought by Amerycan and a cast of 30 profes In the food line it's good

Various methods of reform of the system are always tie in with our advanced educational program now ex- millions of dollars but said we dollars. An' derned Illt ain't-, atonal actors, supported by more breakfast month (which isn't
could come back if we apologized than 100 citizens of the Lake
tending at all levels.Auditioning Lem the whole good news for dieters ).
under consideration. Probably the simplest is that the President so weer pajln' very
because they waz so happy Wales extras.
President and Vice President shall be elected by direct of teachers for the 'school,' slated in Kennedy got shot. Weev blasted bill tew help[ git that area as frozen potato month (we might
Done in old world tradition, friends in
skunk back on his feet tell this to our potato
popular vote. The arguments in favor of this are many, March, will provide employment for those qualified in spilled ennuf blood to nearly fill Young punks full of narcotics, but with dialogue in English, the the northlands! ), national cherry

the principal one being that, if the President is to be the -the nine county area financially supporting the station Lake Okeechobee to save the murder old people in our big Passion Play is presented on a month, fish 'n seafood (startingthe

man of the people, he ought\ to be elected directly by the including Brevara. French ever since 191T an'there you cities fer the "kick" they gut out stage 350 feet wide in a natural 12th), nationally advertised

people. Another is that every citizen's vote would count The courses offered in this program are varied in kin President plainly Dee see Ghoul how grateful Is. of watchin' them die. Young; wn amphitheatre seating 3500. A brands time (15th to 29th), and

equally. Still another is that political activity would be scope and hold promise of a broadening knowledge of the mcn are murdered in their homesin camel carcvan and mounted Ro- in case: we might eat too much
In Africa they want tew mur Boston, New York and Los man soldiers add a touch of realIsm that wounldn't be good for the
distributed through all parts of the nation and the two- arts, sciences and languages to residents of the entire who aint as black
der everybody '
Angeles yet there Itlla\ Int no t to( this age-old religious spec. teeth it a national children'sc4cntal

party system invigorated. ( area. as a lickerish stick, includin' death penalty fer convicted dope tacle, which had its origin in health week (this week).

As work and plans progress at the site of this station, each other, then there dellygates peddlers Half a million school the Cappcnburg Monastery of The month started off with a

Opponents of the Direct Popular Vote Method argue we here in Brevard are again reminded how fortunate gits up In the U.N. and tells the kids (led by the teachers) go on Lucncn, Germany, in 1242. In 1932it somber note' the 1st was Na

t&at it would be unfair to smaller states; lead to national we are to be an integral part of this strategic area world how bad we treat our color strike in New York City because was brought to America by tional Freedom Day, then we
ed folks in Ameryca. Why we
ejection! laws at the expense ol state sovereignty in this and the importance of education in helping us fulfill that even send Robert. Kennedy to the city officials wont haul colored Josef Never, of the seventh gene came to that day about six more
children clear across the ration of his family to enact a cold weather ground
area; and encourage the major parties to concentrate part. talk peace with that Sukarno fellow city to white schools and then weeks of -
role in the Play. with this
hog day ((2nd) Frankly
their in the and there aint diplomat on
campaigns heavily-populated cities, at the a take white children clear across don't believethe
kind of we
expense of the interests of rural areas and small com- Auto. the city to colored schools, and In 1938 the Play was established his shadow
ground hog saw
munities.} As a practical matter, it is also said that such DeGaulle'srl'wo ChinasDeGaulle's Goods and merchandise are available them what stays in the class in a permanent summer homeat at least not in Titusville.
rooms is taught the best methods Spearfish, in South Dakota'sBlack
in lots of places, often
constitutional change could never be ratified becauseof
of picketing and boycottin'. Hills hence the Play's It 1 is sort of an electrical mon
at the same price, but they do not
the opposition of small states-some two thirds oft recognition of Communist China possibly of
all name Edison Pageant
necessarily make a store. The Nearly our mat th the
,Another. lose relative political influence. carries some provisions. of which even he was not very personnel working in the store erial nowdajs is either "sick" er in 1953 the Play was trans. Light is the Oth through the 15th' ,

proposed change is the District Method, well aware. make the difference. The peopleat "angry". Thousands of our peo- planted to Lake Wales as a win Thomas A. Edison's birthday anniversary :

whereby. the unit represented by each elector would be This was apparent right-off by Peking's assertion Western Auto, headed by Char pie, led by "rabble rouser?" lie ter tourist attraction and, at the is on the 11th (he was

switched from the state to a district within a state and that France must break off with Nationalist China les Morley, are the nicest, most down in the city streets an' high. same time, as a source of whole born in 1847)) and national dectiical -
that I have ever ways all over Ameryra blockin'traffic some activity for many local per week 9th 15th.
t there is support for the Proportional Method, which that Red China is the ONLY China. accommodating met. Shopping with Mr. Morleyis and darin' folks to run sons and winter visitors as The month includes such"weelts"

would provide that each candidate would receive the Possibly DeGaulle planned to do this in time, in his over 'em well. National
always a pleasant experienceand as Boy Scout,
proportion of the electoral vote as his share of the state's own way, but he will soon learn that in order to deal with along with your purchase, Our Air Force boys flyin' a Performances will be given four Beauty Salon, Crime Prevention

popular vote, All have their advocates, all their oppon- the Peking regime you have to let them sit in the drivers he gives you something that money simple training plane without a Future Farmers of America
single gun on it gits shot down in
ehts. seat, so to speak. The Communists make the rules or can't buy genuine interestIn cold blood over East Germany, ennybody tew stand up enny National Engmcer'i, National

: In any event something said by Dr James Burns, they don't play.Nationalist a happy, satisfied customer. so what Where's our righteous more while they play the Star Brotherhood, Seratorna's Freedom

professor of Political Science at Williams College, seems China is taking a "wait and see" attitudein Howard JonesTitusvUle anger? Why there's more fuss In Spangled Banner but they'll stand National Salesmen's: and
out In the rain an' snow fee Pencil Week
t9 t j cover the problem pretty well: "Reform of the elec- the matter as they are well aware of the eventual import Tidyville line. about extcndm a sewer hours tew see Liz Taylor an' her It is the beginning of the Easter

toral college is a highly complex subject that needs and, of course, are very displeased. boyfriend Burton It's derned nigh season the 11th is Shrove
III Treatment
confrontation by the best minds in the Senate and outside Just what the outcome of this Paris-Peking agree I driving from New Yorkto In Korea we spent billions, blew impossible to convict a Billie Sol Tuesday and Lent Begins on
The electoral is technical electoral uncertain but is certain two- up billions in equipment, killed Estes, er a Bobby Baker fer their Ash Wednesday, the 12tn.
college not just a ment will be is one thing a Miami Beach, going through and
maimed thousands of our crooked swindles but there's a birthday
t procedure. It is steeped in politics-it affects the China policy even for a short period of time is an Titusville on Dec. 29. A car in kin, got kicked around in a peace town down in Texas where they'll anniversaries We have two this famous month -

balance of parties, the power of interest groups, the impossible one as DeGaulle now knows. front of me was slowing down conference fer months and then fine yew $500.00 and send yew Abraham Lincoln's on the 12th

strength of ideologies, the fates of politicians Reform Maybe he knows what he's doing but on the other for some reason. I looked ahead quit without winnm'. Ten years tew Jail for six months If yer and George Washington's on the
and I
the road was clear later there still
hi s proved impossible because politicians have feared hand the impact on the whole of East Asia may prove this at speed well aint no peace. caught smokln' a cigarette. 22nd.
passed car a Do you hear many people rais Yew no, it aint very funny no
that it might upset or threaten political arrangementsthat far-reaching and add powder to an already highly ex- under the limit. By the time I in' sand about all this stuff, Lem? more when yew start to figgerin' Last, but by no means least,

they have found congenial, or at least predictable plosive and tense situation and tend to thwart U S. efforts got back Into line, I had passedover Do you think weer made of the just whats gone wrong with this this is picnic indoors month -

and dependable." against Communist aggression in the Far East. a double line.A same stuff as them boys what great nashun Lem. Wcev' got tew a pretty good idea unless you.

little while later a police car died for us? Do you think weer derned many ((1'Oplelvln'\ in this want to get wet

drove alongside and motioned me as proud of our country as Ethan country what jist plain dont love -

to stop. Two policemen emerged, Allen, er Nathan Halo, er George it. times a week Apr 19. On

one shouting "get out of your car Washington, er Patrick Henry, er Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdayat
I I Letters ]From Our Readers and come here." I was well off Abraham Lincoln, er John Paul Just then, Lem leaned over his 7:30: p.m., and on Sundays, a
bar an' said, "Fud, know its
the road he did not come up Jones, er Robert E. Lee, er Ted. fist damned sickenm. I lookedup twilight performance at 6 p.m.
to my car I was ordered to dy Roosevelt, er Black Jack Per. The customary Good Friday per
shing, er General Patton? I readIn at the beautiful Amerycan flag formance will March\
be !
t to him. I was given a sum- given on
Backs Sheriff I run for the position of Sheriff nut be reasonably expected tj. 4. No improvement in fire and hangin' back of Lem's stove an'I
mons for crossing the double line the noosepapers where some 27, at 7:30: p.m. In addition there
in the c<.ming election. run a deportment when all of police protection. says, "Yer damn rite it is,
Editor with seats Is $250.00 apiece to watch l will be two
; and forced to deposit $33 special matinee per
As it new stands-by the time the personnel want to "cut out" 5. No foreseeable decrease In Lem.
that Casslass
"bond" and sign Clay pop off, an'him formances Feb. 19
: Wednesday ,
I ewe) alliance or allegiance to them as a papers
and him. When I fire insurance rates.
election time gets here, every run against allowing the court to keep what says he loves the Black Bo see in' y'all at 4:00: and Wednesday,
no )ine. I don't have too many p.m.
person in the Sheriff's depart. say all, I don't mean each and 6. No fire hydrant on our street. Muslims. Yew
if I didn't to court hardly git Unkle Fud Feb. 26, at 4 00
real: ) close friends because I am my $35: come : p.m.
I rcfeirm "The only Improvement in our I
ment will be on the ticket. The every employee, am
the |lone wolf self.sufficient typeof vote will be split so badly that/ to the many mad dashes for the position! is street lighting in the This smacks of highway device piracy for, ---

person. Having many friendsis the person fleeted will not be exits by various members in the subdivision and this could have a so-called "legal"

) riot my cup of tea; however, eked by the people but rather past Jew months! There are been obtained for less than $5 per stealing money from tourists. Besides
when 1 take on a friend, 1 will this, I was shabbily treated.
probably people still in year with the cooperation of the
by a circle of staunch friend! many "'
before SAVE
defend his honor and integrityto I wrote to the
This is putting law back into the department that will support Brevard County Commission priorto all the
date and gave
the full appearance
politics whereas Leigh is tryingthe the Sheriff in the coming election annexation. I asked that
The Sheriff of this county, other direction of getting as 1 will. The Sheriff is "Most city officials receivedpay facts to the judge carefully

Leigh Wilson, is a person thatI politics out of law. a good man, who does the best raises after the annexation. he consider the facts
I shouldbe
have taken to and I think it he can with what he has and Irot" What did we get?" and If he still thought
For a person that is trying so fined, he should fine me a Where Your Dollar
is high time that T. C. Ewouds
someone one want to thank him fora
hard to do what Is right and $10, for crossingthe
fair amount say
out In his behalf This man job well done. 209 HilMalc Road, "
proper by the public it stands double line, returning the bal- Works Harder .
has consistantly: tried to get the Clcnnie Harris Jr. Titusville.
to reason that he is bound to My letter was not even
belt for the public in line with few toes in his 223:! Fritchard ance. and Grows
step on a depart. acknowledged. Bigger!
his work. there is
Every day
merit, After all, he is the Praises Local Store I think such very unfair treat
mention of his department making -
Sheriff and it is up to him to What Did Wt Get? Editor: ment should be Investigated and .

raids that or hauling bend the In the laws lawbreakers to make decisions whether they The following is a letter writtento Many times we hear adverse corrected. Also, all motoristsand tt\N. NO FOR THIS

are popular or not. In any City :Manager Cleveland Tal- criticism of a business, but we tourists likely to drive in this
their own good. And the DeWII. business there are certain situations madge: seldom hear compliments passedout. area should be warned about this i YEAR'S 4\r\ HIGHERRATE
is not strictly from this area, it f)
whole that arise that are unpleasant "I am a property owner in I am sure that we shouldbe situation. a 4
is from the county.
to act upon but; a person Golf view Estates Subdivision, as quick to speak up for a I might add that this treatmentsours WAIT

Considering the size of this that believes In team effort Whispering/ Hills, recently annex man as to speak against him. tourists' feelings about the

county 1 think this man is making will take these tasks in their ed by the City of Titusville. The We have many fine business area and the resulting ill will IT DOES MAKE\ A DIFFERENCE WHERE

an outstanding record towards stride and not dwell upon the following summary will indicate establishments in Titusville. All hurts businessmen la the area YOU SAVE .

attainment of proper and unpleasantness.This what I have gained by the an of them giving something of value : Titusville can keep my $33. but

just Jaw enforement. He is taking all things in stride nexation: to our city. However, one busi-t it was a one shot deal, since I'll

trying! to' get politics out of his is what separates the Chiefs 1. Ad Valorem taxes due in No. ness In particular I feel Is deserving never go to or through Titusville :First Fe era1Sit" ing$

department by going Civil Ser from the craves The Sheriff vember, 1964, of at least $W). of a special mention andI again. Consequently Titusville

vice. This in itself is a major is not running a populatity con 2. A decrease in water costs, refer to the Western Auto Storeon wilt never get another of my Loan
land Association
step ,in the fight direction but; test and I fur one think he la doIng which is more than offset by Washington. t dollars. Moreover, I plan to TitusvilleDowntown

he 1J being held back by various a tremendous job. utility taxes on electricity and Never, anywhere, In any business tell everyone I know about the Office

people iIhis\ Own departmentthat My final say on this matter is: telephone service in any city, have I ever rotten treatment I received. WASHINGTON AT MAIN Indian River Branch

*r* not thiaklng In terms of I don't think law should cease 3. Garbage collection costs still received the prompt, courteous, George L. Gouvela 145 N COQUINA AVE.

team: work but In terms of just because the election Is a $2 per month and no trash pick. helpful service that I have been park Drive South OPEN TO 3 DAILY ALSO 4 TO 7 FRIDAY DIAL AM 7-W1I PLENTY FREE PARKING

Whits In it for me' and should short way off The Sheriff can up. given each tint I am in Western Rye, New York. Current Dividend R.te Cmpovndj ScmiAimuallyP.


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Wednesday, February S, W4 TIIv..,.. (Florid) Star' Atrvoeita'' f.9. 3 and. committee! and suggestionsis ; :' i
to now it could carry: on me J
work of the Church

Indian River-South Titusville Happenings The ladies voted to hold their \1
meetings on the 2nd and 4th
I Thursday evenings of each J 1

; month, arlupti,I the onu) "Will
work till Janis comes' as their

Visitors i Back From S. American TripMr song chose. and"lie as that their vvlnncth motto Souls they Is

I Wise.

and Mrs. Ed. Merriam of ..' -- ; daughter of Mr an<; Mrs Sidney Study On Millions t Officers elected were: President j

209 ILirrison Street! had a famly Jackson uf Detroit. son aril,I elm Frt .la Woodill( : Vice-
,\nioiit !5t) persons attended a President !Mrs Willis Foster,
reunion Monday when he ghter in law o/ the Jacksom.
shady roiirse on :Missions\( at the Secretary and Tr':11'rl'r: : Emily
mother and father Mr and vro
p Foster! Reporter' Helen Foster,
Mrs. V. A. Walton from Winter Indian River City Methodist
Teacher Itae .I,>tin!son Other of(
Park, arri'fd.With From YawkeyOur Church last Sunday evening at 1L if!
; wt t
I Ibj floors and committees will he elected -
them were Mrs. Mcrclam's T:30: p.mItl'r viewing two
I citizens, Mr, and Mrs, SI! at fie! next meeting of this
Mr. sister, and brother in law F. Breedlove of Pine Street, have films on :Missions\ the group di. new organization The meeting(
and Mr Ken Davis of Long sided into classes with Mr. and was adjourned by Mrs!! Rae Johnson 1
Eeach, !Miss\ AI visiting weeMrs. just returned! home after having Refreshments of coffee and
Mrs\ Dill !McMillan\ :\ teaching the
!\ Merriam sister'in.law. ,.. been in 'Vawke)', cstirsinia, FIRST GRANDSON; Ed SjrtcUrsHI" : :Ml Sterling Avenue cake were served I Seventeen ladles -
Mrs Arthur Walton: and her 1hir "\. ir since December 19. \While they 6 thru 12 year olds; Airs Jack holds his !first grandson, Todd Dandy H day old, were present for this organizational

two children, Marsha and were there, their granddaughter;: Wheeler the Youth group and while a granddaughter.: Pamela Bandy 18 month, looks: meetings.

Brenda, from Winter Park. \.t .$ '1 Pamela Dreedlove, daughter of Mri Thomas Jackson the AI on. Ed and wife, Barbara have lived here since 1936! --
Mr. and Mrs Davis were returning \ I \ their son, Jerry, had a bad! accident ults The bonk "Our Mission Today He works for Douglas at the Cape. Their daughter/ is f

from a tour around .rpi4t: She was working in front by Dr. Tracey K, Jones, married to James Bandy and the Handvs! live at 261( Coronado Birthday Parry
South Ameiicia,, a tour !that las'-' \ t l.. ,; of an open.fire or stove In a who is an executive In the Division Avenue. Mr. Bandy works for Dardin 's East Coast Jeff Harritt. ion of Mr. and

cd 29 days Normally the Davis) \ r ,'V flannel gown, when this caught of World Missions! Is being hpos.\l.-Photo By H Mrs. Rick Barrett of 313 Dele

family runs an Amusement Park CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY-Mrs. JackIe Merriam (left), fire, resulting in major bi rm to USC'lt as a guide Dr JllneJ is a spine Avenue: celebrated his

ct long Beach, between Gulf Librarian of the IRC branch of the Titusville Library, the girl. She was hospitalized cr former missionary to China and Women's, AuxiliaryThe Illary of Indian River Cltj's with cook.out
tenth birthdiy n
port and Biloxi, Miss celebrated her birthday this week. She is shown with seven weeks because of f htr other Southeast Asian countries ladies of Pine Grove Missioniry first Missionary Hapti.Chiinh!
burns Happily she is now jitter The Second of this party Satuiday' given by his
Just about month her sister Mrs Ken Davis, who presented her with a course .
a ago Baptist Mission In Scot Is went to Scottsmoor to help in the
Fulah Ereedlove Joy will be held their home, As
:Mrs says I tonight, with a Poly patents at they
started their tour and the Llama fur which Mrs Davis obtained during a recent -
on cap spent a real White Christmas! in neilan dinner served by the moor met to organize a Woman'sAuxihiary organization: Mrs. Morris had jrihcc!, Jeff nnd his friends
fiat in Panama< tour of :South:: America.-Photo By B.
West Virginia, bat all In all, they W S t' s There will also he last Thursday evening/, charge of the program, explain' were nerved] hamburgers( potato
where, jut at that time, arguments enton were glad to be back in this cit>.. meetings fur this course fin Wednesdavs Marie !Morris\ !!, Sylvia Thomson mil the mm goal definition and chips aril peps I.colas. Several
were in progress betweenthe planned for a capacity of 250 where they visited firends
1 F'I'ruary( I lath and 19th. Opal Pannell, Ruby Vciman and purpose of the auxiliary; the dub games wore played including a
Panamanians and Within few While at Tampa, Harold went
our OWIlpeople.
campers. very Dab>' sitters nn provided, Marilyn Avery, all from the Aux ice of the auxiliary each (officer See "R.C, NEWS On Page 3
Because of the crisis years, many young people were fishing but did not catch anything CongratulationsIndian ----
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there, the couple had to stay over being turned away from the He says the (fishing it bet liner City congratulates:

un extra four days before they summer youth program due to ter here. They' went on to Bra its citizen, l Jr. Glen Young on
could get a flight out, so they lack of space denton to visit some old friendsof winning the \\inter Carnival King

missed going to Quito Ecuador Now the camp can accommodate former days, Mr. and Mrs crown last: week Dr Your,; liasbeen
and their tour in Lima. Bill Mi mm el. Bill Is godfather to rciat
joined for vely
500 campers Each year be. among us a Goodyear
Harold oldest and have announces a new
son they
Peru. of the best
tween 12,000 and 16,000 youth short time He iias one
known each 1 other for many
From Lima they visited the find adults are enrolled as camp equipped animal hof pitala: here In
While1 In St Petersburg, .
Inca Ruins and went to Cuzca crs Although the summer is reserved the whole county lie was president
whore they saw the Mac.hu Tic- entirely for youth, many they visited a friend of E.etty's.Agnes of the Indian River City I

chu Inca city. Returning to Lima, adults groups use the camp dur days and Bell were They glad were to away be back four little League Little last season League Into and I Nation-wide NOLI I MIT I
engineered our :
they went on to Santiago, Chit, tog the other months. here again the national organization IK I
and then crossed the Andes .
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While there the youtn worshipped
worked hard: during! the whole j i
Mountains to Buenos Aires, in
in the lovely Graham. From Detroit season and ended hn: tour cf of
Argentina. From there they I
Sapp) Youth Chapel and enjoyed with the
flee as preslJent 1.itt1l'I
went on to Montevideo where Martha Ann Jackson grand;: I
walking down the Path of League Club in the black. This Guarantee auto tires
they visited the Iguazu Falls on Silence to the outdoor Prayer daughter to Mr. and Mrs. C S. season he is'ice..President of on
the river of the same name. Jackson, U.S. No. I, visited with
Chapel A highly inspirational ( the Little League and will do his i
These falls are said to be the sight 1 to the young people is the her grandparents tor a week and share to make this season's pro.

largest in the world. floating: cross on the lake which returned to Detroit, Mich. lastweekend gram the same success as it was
to Soa This is the Story of the
From there they went ;
is lighted I in blue neon at night. Ann is the last year
Faulo, Brazil and also visited Nation-Wide "No Limit" GuaranteeNo
The youth (of this weekend retreat new Goodyear Goodyear
Uraziha, the modern capital of I
voted to have their collection
that country. From Brazil they go to repair the floating IN OUR INFANTS DEPARTMENT NO LIMIT guarantee( : limit on monthi/No limit on mllw/No limit as to road,1No

went to Rio De Janeiro and thenon cross. / Thursday Friday Saturday No limit as to speed/for the ntlr. life of th. tread
to Orlando and to our city. ., woa February 6-7-8 fine print So
I Travel was by plane the whole KNar.i4j:9 complete, so simple. And against!
way and lasted 29 days. It was with carry opining Friday defects in workmanship and materials and normal road hazards,
a wonderful experience for the 3 p.m. and closing Sunday tt it's backed up by more except repairable puncttiesIF ,
Davis 1:30( p.m. The campers up early
each morning enjoyed a day of 80,000 Goodyear IF A GOODYEAR TIRE: FAILS UNDER THIS GUARANTEE any

worship! study and recreation : dealers in the United of more than 80,000 Goodyear dealers in the United States and Canada
Methodist Youth Camp together The recreation In-
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will make allowance on a new tire based on original tread depth remaining -
Seven junioi high membersof cluaed !such things as a talent >_ States and Canada.
I.RC, Methodist Youth Fcl show, folk games and Saturday and current "Goodyear Price"
lo"chip attended an inspiring night: they all enjoyed a hoot en. /

weekend retreat at Leesburg, anny. Those attending were

Jan 2126, The camp which Is Janet Clireist, Kathy Chreist,
the Florida Conference Methodist Ann Gray, Elliose James, Ellen
Youth Camp, Is located on the Webber, David Webber and p 00
shore of Lake Griffin, one of Richard: Whpelus Mr. and Mrs. x w5LO pt ,

Florida's largest lakes ((34 sq. Robert Webber supplied the NYLON TIRESPECIALS

miles in ana). The camp property transportation
includes 187 acres and is just That AYt
six miles from the center of VIdt West Coast

Leesburg The 79 buildings are Harold and Betty Whitaker, 205 ....
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camp was first used! in returned from a short visit to t- o ,
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... 4 TlfvivllU. (Florida) Star.......,. W.dn.sdey, February I, ,1U4 I __ I

r Smith-Busch Engagement It 'roa n d town car/ I I

/ ::z7 }DUA News And Notes willt Barbara '!

/ i o, North Brevard Announced I
we've made .
A dozen charming young ladies, Serving In the Parish Hall will Seem's anotl "
Mr and !Mrs\ E. Raymond dressed to a "T In long dresses, be from 11:30 i.m. to 1:30( p.m. mistake! Recently reported (I",
\Hidden talent ,,
Smith, 118 Grannis Avenue, 'ntimillc high: heels, hats and gloves, were and 4:30: to 7:30: p.m. forthcoming .h\\
the ninth annual, howc\,
announce the engagement : : guests at a "just like mother"formal r
-..,.- A'9 of their daughter, Jackie tea Saturday afternoon The Parent.Teachers Assoeia. now we hear from reliable so.11'
Miss Linda Carol PattersonIs --.-, Rae. to William KnherU Busch, honoring; Oretchcn Brown on her tion district board members met ces Mi will be the tenth >jir
f Jr.. sun of Mr. and Mrs. William Until birthday Monday! for lunch at the River- for this popular event.
I .i.F Koi-erts:: Busch' Sr, Satellite Critchcn' and her friends were ,view Restaurant to make plans General chairman, Mrs ('I. "
Bride Of Thomas HarmicLinda .F.Fr I Etaih served open faced sandwiches, for the March[ 2nd district conference Simms. reports all U well an,-I I
The bride elect and her fiance petit fort, nuts, mints and tea to be held at Pintcmt running smoothly. "We just nt',1, |
She rccincd their Associate of Artsltgrces from a few more acts, some ins lnl i
School in Sanford
Cat til Patterson daughter !: : di.tiL.11 r s matron of honor. a lovely table set with
of J. C. Patterson nkpit v ere a trey! bugc dress with <] from Brevard Junior Col. china, silver and centered with Morning\! events scheduled for mentalists dancers and" maybe I ,
Rd.. became the bride of Thoin 'J legs. Cocoa, and are now alien I lIng l- candles. A prUc was awardedto the conference include registrar one or two more skits. Perform
as Harmic of Hichniund, Va. I L: 'nc! our''ones Her corsage Florida' State University, Tallahassee Dibble Morctto! for "lookingmost tion from 99:30: am, a presidents ers In the show Include Gla hlloldir >
',' ds a ltllW orchid.Dr ... i il like mother'The .principal procession and 1'1. soloist; Jimmy Strakbcm; ,
Friday: even nt,. January 31. at ; l l
the First Me hodist Church, with si t man was Steve McGrath A summer wedding: Is planned little misses then enjoyed ection of officers Following tap; the Frank Palicl pupp,'t' ,
the Rev. Ed Norman officiating :if Cocoa cutting pictures from magazinesto lunch, those attending will betaken Janice Adkinson and BeckGoldabury \
The bride, given in marriage Mowing. the ceremony a re -:1Y ) i irl1 VFW Auxiliary depict the life story of Cret on a tour of the Naval magic act; Ronald
clarinet Linda
lit It at the fatter : chen and ended the Base Conrath, ; Beach
by her father, was attnrd in" a ('pition was ; Holds Hospital delightful
and Paula Bamforth, dance
pink suit with: Mark n'tt'.ortet. sun home 4ni"j d party with cards. Four differ. Attending the planning session) Jazz ;:
Sit wore a white Ol'dIJlII'HSalil'( Ih r ,iple. will reside nt 540U 1b Work SessionsA ent card games were played with were' Mrs Bert Gass of Titus Barbara Grimm and Tom War I.
Ruth PittTbon Vci* her slip' '. 11, ..,. !Ii i 'lice: St in Coeoj 44 the young ladies mm Ing from vine Brevard County council duct; Connie Goldsbury, soloist\
a sy work sea-ion was held of accompanied by Carole Sanders;
table to table to participate in president: Mrs T II. Bruncr
Thursday In the home of Mrs each one.Guests Orlando, district president; Mrs a hootenanny group consisting 11\t
Mr. and Mrs Willie Thomas r qr Ldvtunl T. Cribb ins, Indian River attending: were Deborah Perry A. Sperber, district vice John Harris, Joe Sikes, Mike McConnell
City, f:;r the members of the Etfmunds, Claudia Walsh, Mary president; Mrs C. N. Prathcr and Eddie Clevenger; El-
: 25th fitusvillt Auxiliar 4228, Vclcrliiis Hill, Barbara Wilfert, Suzanne of Daytona, Florida Parent TeaCher one Carlson, pantomime, Stanton -
Celebrate Anniversary of Foreign Wars Skilly Liz Feenoy Teresa chairman; Miss Pauline McDonald Candy, piano solo and, a skit
.J The work consisted of making Thompkins Nanett Brown, Deb of Orlando reading and by The Miniature First "Mghtcrs,
: Mr and :Vr Will,!s Thomas, cj'ie' 111.1'Ie by Mrs C. C. muffs' for the patients In the bie Townshend and Denise Card library service chairman; Mrs The show is scheduled for Feb
122 Christmas! II II Iliad cele, Kanm: Eau Gallic, sister of the VA hospitals) ncr Dean lies ton of Orlando, Orange 28 and 29 In the I.R.C. Civic Center .
S braked their 25th wulclmg: annivu8Uv hcnone( was served with punch with proceeds being used \to
Mrs! H. It Scheibel, Camp Grctchen, daughter of Fire County Council president; Mrs.
: Sunday January 1 19, and inird ; y bell Neb mother! of Post Com Chief and Mrs James D. Brown, Joseph E. Kingston of Daytona, enlarge the meeting rooms and I
and uric lunoit.ii with a lovely The couple received many muiuhr Scheibel, and Mrs 3 Camellia Ave, had to delay her' ,"oJusia-Flager County council kitchen at the center. Anyone
1" :i'if ton in their home froin beautiful and' useful gifts and rW- llufrv McAl'filf't're! guests party a week for a very good president; and Phil Simpson of wishing to participate in the showis
; 2.30 t II' 4.30 p.m., given by their beat wishes of lends i and re- A revered,;) dish luncheon was reason, chicken pox. Sanford, Seminole County council requested to phone Mrs. Simmsat
(h Idl'l n. lativt who culled throughoutthe served at 1 p.m. and during the president. 2674321.

The table was overlaid with nr.iyon line! noon. M .3 course of the day a resume of We hear City Manager Clever
: : table cloth, flanked with a (JJt.aC-town cuetts Included .. ,_._" the hospital work done by the land Talmadge will flip next Tucs The William Doyle household, Mrs A. levine nf New York
cenlcrpiece' of ivy and nlver Mr. and Mrs. I). II Shealy of Auxiliary was given by the Ho*. day but not his lid, just pan. 108 Dozier, was gaily decoratedfor City, grandson of Robert Levine
canHlcs presiding at the punch Cocoa, Mr. and Mrs Robert CUT WEDDING CAKE Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy A Dunn pital ChaIrman. The guests examined cakes at the annual Shrove a birthday.luncheon yesterday /and Mrs Anna Meyers of
; bowl was Carolyn Jean, the l>;,moli' Mr. and Mrs. Dob cut the traditional wedding cake at a reception held fol. the comfort articles that Tuesday pancake day sponsoredby honoring Joycelyn and Bill's Brooklyn, New York is visitingat :
youngest daughter and Fuddle Kin: Mr. and Mrs C C Hamm, lowin, the 7:00: p m. January 24 ceremony at Trinity Were on display such as lap St. Gabriels Episcopal Churchwomen lovely little daughter Mandy the home of her son Albert
Morris the oldest son Receiving of Fuu Gallic; Mr and Mrs\ 13 Lutheran Church performed by Rev. Claude Tejan, The rubes! male from swatches of fourth birthday. Multicolored Levine in Indian River City
quests: was Patricia Geraldine, J. Barnelte and family of Day bride is the former Miss Sandra Jeanne Adams, daughter drapery materials, bedside ba"k- These gals are well known for crepe paper was hung to createa South Titusville
: the oldest daughter, and Kin tona and Mr and Mrs Bobbie of Mr and Mrs. G. X. Adams, Rwerpark Ave., Bell- eta and irumo pads from greeting the delicious and carousel effect and a delightfullittle
pancakes sausage -
lit Ih Chester the youngest son, Sheppard anJ family of Jaeksonvillc wood The reception was held at the home of the groom'sparents cards' women's bedroom ENGRAVED
they serve at this time each circus tent topped Mandy'scake.
1017 Park Ave.
Mr and Mrs M E. Dunn
.- A lo\ilv tl.ret tier wedding slippers from wash cloths, ditty year and we're sure this year Guests at the party were Wedding InvitationsFree

_. bags from attractive cotton will be better than ever. General Margaret Bennett Patty Kessen, gift for just looting at wed
,f r' -"- Moose SecretaryTo pints etc The Christmas shelf chairman of the event is Mrs. Amy Ball, Vickie Munnis, Emily ding; sample book. Also announcements .
i 6 Attend School explained to the guest and it was William Doyle with Mrs William Williams and Laurie Orvls napkins, thank. .you
f notes, informals, etc., 267 5775.
announced that the membershave
: P G Charles S. Jacobs, secretary of Riggins serving as cochairmanand
: +o : started to collect articles Mrs. Donald work '
: Don't
Titusville Moose Lodge, will be t target( Tonight the right: WHISPERING HILLS
fur the shelf. Ing on publicity and tickets .
one of 46 secretaries of Florida for Epsilon Delta Sorority's dessert
1Ai Moose lodges attending the Sec. The next work session will beheld The City Manager will be flipping card party at 8 p.m. in the COUNTRY CLUB
4 ritary Administration School to at the Cnbbins home Ihtirsdiy those beautiful brown pancakes communIty room of Citizens CATERS TO BANQUETSOF
: i be held' at Orlando on February at 11 a.m. along with Mrs. Orvel Or. Bank Proceeds will benefit the
t IS and 16. Dallas II Morrisontrustee \ vis III and Mrs Frank Hubingtr, North Brevard Rehabilitation ALL KINDS
iiII'r i ii of the Titusville LOdge, Coffee Server Is chief chefs, Charles Williams, Center and highlight of the evening ---------- ---

; i will also be In attendance Now On DisplayThe James Munnis, John flail and will be a drawing for nearly FURNITUREDISCOUNT
Carl A Wels, Supreme Sec. Thompson. 70( prizes donated by various merchants .
retary: and William G Stanley, Coffee and lea Server the throughout the county SALES
Secretary of the tractive all-over-pattern, and
Deputy\ Supreme Titusville Auxiliary 4228 Veterans National Brand Furniture ar
Loyal Order cf Moose, will be In of foreign Wars Is sponsor. measure! 19" x 29'. Dr. and r.trs. Samuel Barr of 230
e 1 charge of the school, which is ing Is on display at O'Flanagan's\: Tickets may be obtained at 0'. Browning Ave., brought the "first DISCOUNT PRICESShop
designed to more fully acquaintthe Furniture Store on Washington Flanagan Furniture Store, the addition" to their family home
secretaries with their dutJesand Avenue Veterans' of Foreign Wars Post from the hospital Sunday and it Us Before You Buy.
.r h ,tr +.1. >4't responsibilities This beautiful silver.plated set Home' 705 Magnolia Ave, Indian has proven to be doubly exciting

., .. Recent Births At JP consists of eight pieces, Includinga River City Also from Auxiliary for this young couple Sam andLynn' 2111 Garden St.
I ---- Florida
members, Tltusvillt
tea server with an adjustable "first addition is two
: FSA OFFICERS New officers of the Ellen Eisenhower, treasurer. (Standing) Memorial HospitalRecent burner. The tray on which the Proceeds from the sale will go beautiful twin daughters, Debra 267.$733 or 2(7'1924
: Titusville )sigh School Future Secretaries Mrs J, G. Levan, FSA school advisor; births at Jess Parrish set rests Is engraved in an at. towards the Building Funds, Susan and Lisa Ellen I
Association, recently installed during Mrs. Millie pagan, past president, NSA; Memorial Hospital were as follows -:
I : ceremonies at Citizr.ns Bank Community Kitty Chase, NSA; Freida Carter, president :

Room, are, left to right (seated) Millie Titusville Chapter National Secretaries A son, Richard Wayne Cop-
Shealy, secretary! ; Joan Arnold, president, Association! podge, born January 30 to Mr FIRST TRY FREDRICK'SYOUR
; Judy Zimmerman, vice-president; and -S-A( Photo.) and Mrs' L Wayne Coppedge
: Aker Pledges Phi i .- tl linn Lakeside Rudd, weighing FAMILY -DISCOUNT STORE
6 Ibl.

: Sigma Kappa At A son, born Jan 31 to Mr and WE ARE OUT TO SAVE YOU MOHEY -HECK( OUR PRICES
: Florida Southern Mrs. C. Edrnonson.! 1113 :Mh\ Ave.

e Larry Ray Aker cf Titusvile: weighing 6 Ibs 14 oz
t a sophomore Florida Southern A daughter: born Jan 31 to :==r
t College, has ''bren pled 'd as a Mr. and Mrs, B. Knight, Jr. of
1 new member of Phi Sigma Kappa 2016 Old Dixie Highway, weIgh- DOOR BUSTER! LADIES' ALL WEATHER-REVERSIBLE
octal fraternity Sri trf ing 7 Ibs 4 oz.
r lie li the son of C. tl. Aker. 1JO A son Mark Wesley, born C 0 A T S . . C TRS S7.00
Echo Circle Feb 1 to Mr, and Mrs. John MEN'S 100". COTTON UMBRELLA TO MATCH . 1.)0()
J The states hr"et:! (private cola David Barnett of Indian River
leg: Florida Southern is a co- City area weighing 7 Ibs 4 oz SLACKS L S . . . $$1 a00 LADIES' REG. 2.98 NYLON SHORTIE

: educational, \liberal arts institution A daughter, Shrlia Kay born Assorted Cater and Sim Rig 3.59 G 0 W N S Sale $S2.00
with 2,000 studentsfCOLUMBlAl. Feb. 1 to Mr and Mrs. Charles . .
MeNecly tf, Titusville weighing ONE WEEK ONLY -
7 Ibs 13 oz J
A son, Hubert. Lee Jr.. born === :=

.. 1 Feb 2 to ]Mr and Mrs Robert Ii- =- _. _." _-. 'u..' _L- ..-.--- -i iMEN'S
Lie Whitney, Si, of Mimi weigh- : .H "

k ing 7 Ibs 3 at I THERMAL KNIT II 100% VICOSE PILE BEG. 18.99
A son, Kenneth Jay. born Feb. :
HONORED HERE-Mrs. Bill Shepard, of Leary Ga., 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jay DRAWERS $$1.00 9 x 12 RUGS tTEL0f $$13.88
. . .
(the former Mrs Jimmy Dunn) is: shown above being Lookabau;,: of Titusville weigh .
presented. with a corsage bv Mrs Leo Walsh on the occasion ing 10 Ibs 1 oz COMPARE AT 1.79 HEAVY FOAM BACKINGMEN'S
.. of a luncheon in honoi of Mrs Shepard at Colonial A sun, James Edward, born I I
Lounge last week, Mrs Walsh acted as hostess at the Feb. 3 to Mr and Mrs David TWEED RUNNERS TO MATCH

.. A luncheon which was attended by many of Mrs. bhepard's Sch'vnedmjer< : of Titusville II FLANNEL Regular 1.98 I 21 x 144 Rtg, 499 ,. 3,99
former nei;''libo's and Titusville friends.-(S-A Photo.) weighing 7 Ibs 9 oz, IIIII "
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w.._diy, February 5, 1H4 THuivlllt) (FUrUfa) Star Advactt Page lAs .

4 Bowling NewsFri.
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Nito Mixers Mon. Nitc Mixers St.ndlngu, Wn Lost
Wotxlchopperi! 13V 2V4
with 1 ,! t r High; tram si-ru'H: l". and It's, Hisli: itulnUudl came: Claude Team No 2 10 6
2123:! Burst: King. 21)31): Ash 193; Nora Jones, 187. Team No.6 10 6high
N 1 9 7
)indiMiltMl( scrlos: Miep High, lndi\idual series: AI Me1"m
12. 3 9 7
Shepherd, 613: Hi.b l'ad'y, 6JB: Crea, 52::!; June Ryan, 483. Team 'No: 9 8 8
"-i High: individual fame: Georle.
1)1lRte. Koomjian 2H. Hit Lust 191 high team game: : No.9, 62; Tl'am No.f 7 10

taebr Spafaa dAor IIIh): team came: [Burger King, high tram series: Team No. 0, liam No.8 B 10
if all it has to do is rain. 7(1.1( C'a anti, U'.. 7M::. 11 ItJ. Team No 10 5 11
learn No. 3'3 IZ','
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It never f fjils Standings: Won Lost 1

Flowers of Distinction iii t8 '
Plan something outdoors and it happens e\'erytime. C'. and B's 57 19 /e es141 pe
We had a fishing trip planned for early Monday All Americans 53 23 .. ... t\:<
morning. Late the same afternoon, we hoped of getting lIurgl'r King 411:10: ,. Colon! Sandart !teelp4
in at least t nine or maybe 18 holes of golf. Instead Testis No 6 39:1T: : .
found ourselves indoors, waiting for Florida's sunshine to Chambers Jeweler 38 ::18 Kentucky! Tied C ickeK
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once again\ hit the white sand. -- i'orgc' Electronics 37 :JI!)
OFFICIALS PLAN PARK Dick Spangler Park, Lookm:. 'n I it l. lt'nn Overstreet, Yankees 311 41)) .
far right, is showing Ed Zagler, mem- local wildlife i>iiut'i itnd Joe Pierce, area Trans No. 7 :IIi 40 "ila fagn/ ./Gdan' ,oo.r' ,
The ber of the state fishery department of supervisor toi th..tote t dame and Fresh Tram NI>. 13 35 41Vlc' 0. '
possibility of U.S.1 1 latCard.n! .
forming conference :
a in Brevard
has been Lcesburg, and county recreation director Water Fish Commission: -- (S-A Photo.) 3.1& 42 ae *
County battered
around for the past: few a . .
like the shores of Western Florida. years Ralph Carter plans for the new Fox Lake I. A. Mele'tn'Assir. ::1& 42 *
Tram No.5 ::12 4&&
It has been explained to us by school officials in this AM 7-4456
I Team J NI). 9 ::11'' J 41').'"
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"Don't we already\ have a conference?" I. R. C. NEWSContinued -
Just for the records, "No"

Various need school for a representatives conference. say there is no immediate bran( bag tree From and Page'Pin 3))the NOW AT HARTMAN'S RADIO & T-Vnil

"Well, it is sort of understood, the county champion Tail or. the Donkej" Prics were
is decided by the team that wins the most intra-county ,won by Danny Robinson, Charles
games In a way, isn't this a conference asked Titus- Brewer and Crawford Stevens.
ville High School Principal Truman Scarborough. After the games, Jeff blew
"We have a county championship: so why have a out the candles on his birthday
conference." cake, while everyone sang
"Anywaj, if there was a conference, we would need "Hai(py Birthday." Then, Jeff
to have more than five teams as we now have. opened the many gifts and showed Ann
"If there is anyway we could get eight or nine teams them to his friends After i V ersar
within the area that would be willing to join, it has my that they were all served ice y
approval. But, as it stands, what need is there for a cream and coke
conference?" Those attending were: Terri 32

Scarborough, who has been a principal at Titusville Tripp, Kathy Ilerron, Betty
lIigh for three years, seldom misses an athletic contest, Harp, Margie and Jackie Jef S a I e
especially football, ferson, Danny and Johnny 11111,
lIe wants to form a conference, but not with five or Mike and Danny Robinson,
six teams. Mike, Ed. and Jody Young, Milton
What would be the advantage? Ohlman, Timmy Webber,
It would give the boys something to work toward. Harold McBride Eddie Mills,
At present, there are five high schools in Brevard Tommy Corbin, Charles Brewer,
', County. Crawford Stevens, David Tor-
When football season starts in September, there will tier, Gary Allen, Joe Harding,
be 6 schools with football teams, including the new Cocoa Marty and Carl Mettles, Larry Come in and register during February for the "Sweet 16" T-V Set To Be Given Away

Beach) High School. Two years or so later, there should Mullins, Mack and Jim Smutzef
be another school, located somewhere on Merritt Island. and Jeff and Kevin Barrett.
Within at least three to four years, there should be at Jeff's aunt, Mrs Frieda Young Absolutely FREE! Nothing To Buy! Just Register Now! Free Refreshments.
least eight high schools. assisted Mr. and Mrs. Barrett in

According to officials, in five years there will be ap- making this party a success LUDWIG VON DRAKESTORYTELLING i
proximately eight high schools in Brevard. I
With this teams inside the Visiting 0 Nell Dlinir" Pioductam MCMIXI fREE
many it would
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take little to form .,:, .. (, DOLL
r very a conference, distance would. be Last Saturday morning, J. *' I'lukd.I I ,:
no problem. Schneider, from Orlando, visited
Two games could be left open for addition of non- his sister, Miss Adeline Sclmeid, ) PLUS FREE PAE-RECOftDED, L.UD.WIO..r
conference tilts, such as Titusville's annual clash with er of Corner Washington Ave. .
Sanford. > and Delcspine Street. Saturday with your purchat of
The only goal, an athletic team in Brevard county aftcimon, Miss Schneider and '
has to look forward to is winning: the county championship. !Mrs. Wilma Sisson went to New anyTAPE
This has little to do( with the schools, except they Smyrna Bench to visit Miss
l participate in the events. S hneider'. Aunt Pauline, whois e (
Rules, regulations, etc., have been proposed by the in the Ocean View Rest Homein RCA VICTOR CARTRIDGE
three newspapers in Brevard-Titusville Star-Advocate, that city The aunt has been
Melbourne Times and Cocoa Tribune in that home for about a year RECORDERTh
All three look forward l
papers to awarding the and is progressing well. While
., trophies) and selecting an all-county team each year. I there, Mrs. Season and Miss
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also say, all 'three newspapers would like to see the knew, and all 1TsI "fll.I'tt Un." a.rlea
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I I TltuiYlIU (Florida) Star Advocate Wednesday .February 5, 1 1q64StarAdvocate Appliance Service Shop Opens Here year and servicing experience all makes In !repairing of appli-

basked<<: L. White announcea the White Refrigeration and Appliance antes
Bowling News opening of his own service shop, S4.-nice.t T19 Magnolia
Ave ENVELOPES: Business Sizes -

SportsNEWS THS library. Matches are to beheld White, who has been In the Ti- Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp

Nelson Ins. League McCottor: Motor r" 2'6 21 every third week among the tusville area for five years is for mal1m,. FuU stock at Star-
#h ffcri Hardware
Mutual tn., 112 2IJ various schools. factory( trained and baa had 13 Advocate.Removes .
High individual game: Kathy aW R'rNOUI :Rl l 25
AND VIEWSParkway Ialnes J 216, Elite Holmes 213. 8t.no store a"lII 29110 s
'''mm it Dog :255! sly I
JJ High Individual series<< : Kathy tTom. Pranula ,
J'laines! 550, Ellie Holmes, 322. M. ropolltan Uf In*. 2S". 14\10\ e e e a trr
iKuburban Propuni try saw
High team game: Team No. 16 |soutl ,td. Motor KvpplyET 2.11" arty.
md Lance Inc. 381 O : ::y" ;asy'
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: }High team series: Team No. 16 .r Nelson In*. ::111I: sewN
Cagers To Play md( Lance Inc? 1004 IJackaoni 1 1(1101:: Tavern Mlnlt Market ; 41 38

Splits converted: Barbara Miler. -

I 67: Bet Lust, 3910; Kitty Chess Champ Sought
]Kunlsch, 278. Chcis matches between all high
Itanium. W; 5..s Ichools In Brevard County are II
15.11.5 Kooraliuilw.lwr Ho tI 37'. :it M'4an being initiated! to seek a county
Three Games Friday 1.5.9.I nmt. Nation.Inc Dank : : champion.
flu. Faulk Chevrolet e is The /first match will) pit Titus
7.11 I rood mar; a, 25'4': \llle vs Melbourne on Saturday,
Ml.pll*.Motor.BudWflwr No.1. aNy 33'.. 24 28y February 13, at 1:00: p.m. In the to 91 % TARS to
Parkway Junior High cage Clark on the first unit and Joe lift Alternates include D. Me- I up up
Bride and R. Lawson, Second
teams will play their fifth Kyle, Bryan McAshan, Ronnie
games of the season Friday Newton. Keith Scraegs and Phil unit; Jim Zimmerman, Chip 90% NICOTINE from America's
night against Edgewood of Cocoa Edwards on the second unit. Everhart, Jerry Parker, David Racing y
Poff and Darry Stephens. Alter
The seventh grade game is First unit reserves Includes P.
scheduled to begin at 6 p.m., Evam, T Enyart, II Johnsonand nates are D. McMasters, and D. t Favorite Cigarettes
with the eighth graders at 7 p.m., a Stamps Alternates for the Webber. Queen STAKES (plain or filter)
I and the ninth grade game at 8 second unit are P. Edwards, J. Coach Ken Gaslin's ninth grad .. *f maiminii' i inn in in ii ininnri nr imp"1111111 minimi nuiiifin'iimmiimirniinllrifiMriiom'inini .

p.m. Dehmlow, G. Queen, and D. Hemke ers have won two games and lost ; 'I,
two. Both of their losses have I RLAIL % of Tin % ol NlcotintKimoMd %of Tin SofNIcotlntMmovtd t
I All three tilts will be played at Semi-Finals Of ty R.mov d byAqulfiittr "' bjr Ittmovad byAHultHttt
also been to Clearlake. playingon BRAN Aqulflltlr BRAND Aauihllir
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School team, coachedby ,
the Titusville High gymnasium Seventh grade \
the team Jodie Kahn, Pres
: .0" -'ILnRSVICEIIOV 420% 110.0%
John Hall has a season rec ST FRIDAY S." t
ton Grimm, Vance Elswick, Lin- 'If.II'I" 1"r
KENT 5! 9% 87,5% WINSTON 300V.NON 50.0% +
Parkway's eighth grade, the ord of 2-2. losing twice to Gear- ton Cooper, Taylor DeVlese, and Tonight 1 MATINEE ,-.. ; L&M 685% tOO% FILTERS- q.
only team in Drcvard ant possibly lake and Satellite and Roberts. Freshmen # .
defeating Mike re MARLBORO 7].44 13.3% CAMEL! 710% 1100%
one) of) few in state to go Eau Gallie. Playing on the seventh serves include II Figueredo, J. RACING ,
undefeated in any sport for the grade first team are Billy Romans, D Thompson J Ream, SALEM 477% 700Y. LUCKY STRIKE 5U%" 11.3%
past two years, tromped Cocoa McClure, Mike Cof- 8:10: EXCEPT
Jim Fcagan S. Barrowman, R. Cauley, B. SUNDAY TAREYTON 31.0 b SOO% !PALL MALL 759% 10.0%.
Clearlake last week for their fy, Joe rickren, and Larry Rat- Evans and D. Quinn.
fourth consecutive win. CLASS.ENCLOSED MATINEESWEDNESDAY. r :
Coached Hank Lowe, the HEATED GRANDSTANDS {
eighth graders by have Richard Horse Show To Benefit Edgewaler LUXURIOUS VALET PARKING CLUBHOUSE & SATURDAY 2 P.M. tC' ,J'tLight Up with Confidence Ther,', No Safer Way to Smoke -

Wish/. Ralph Stone, Joe Nobles, i a

Lee Tefertiller, and !Harvln High Band Trio To Worlds Fair THURSDAY SORRYI LADIES I NO ADMITTED MINORS FREE ) 200 SMOKES FOR 49c;

"It's More Fun To Watch The Greyhounds Run" Copyright Aquiflllir Corp 10(1

Into Gym By The Orange County Sheriff's beginning at 1:00: p.m.
Mounted Posse Horse Show the Fourteen classes will be featured
season's fourth, will be held In the event foltowlni the prelude
End E 01 Monlh Sunday( February 9, with proceeds by Edgewater High School
going to help send the Band and presentation!! of Colorsby CKENNEL

:rjtkwav Junior High School's Edgewaler High School Band to Mounted base Members CLUB I

newgymnaslum! will be com the Worlds Fair. Trophies will be awarded first II I
plotWl by the last of this month, Fairview Park on Let Road, place winners in each event, with I
It Orlando (across from Ben White ribbons awarded through six I
buf3cho'jl (officials laid today MIDWAY BETWEEN
is site |
Raceway) the of the show places. _
\koi dld not benefit the teams of I I
thia_.yearRalph .
Robertson, principal at z
ParTway said the basketball
tearns! could practice In the gym
nasium probably about a week r
before the sean! ( ended, however -
there would be no actual ALWAYS ALWAYS
games: played on the new fad- .,

',odthoughayvp cnprlo4tm\ \he <, i ie.arra O I p
for basketball,''we Can "ten A 5Z
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taiftly use it for physical educa rr
tioij! classes. Various equipment =

for- physical fitness will be la' ... M
tatjjd in the gymnasium Instead
cf outdoors as is now the case," T fttH4et&
he lidded. <

Construction began In October WE GIVE I Personal Portable! o



of the North Brevard 14 ,
Horsemen's[ Club, traveling over LIGHTEST BEAUTIFUL $i LP.C.
Florida: the past weekend, captured BRIGHTEST j STYLING ENDS LOW

a goodly number of ribbonS -
In shows at Ft. Myers, Dade ; I
('ill, Winter haven and Econ. ELECTRIC ''

At Ft !Myers\ Ed Campbell, Jr. RANGE PROBLEMS g;;
on AVakapofiola Jai took first
place in the Regular Reigning / FOR ONLY -r-r'---' rA
Yoqth{ Class; second place inI

I the. Regular Western Pleasure G Gg
Youth( Class; third place in the g; L.4i' .' $18700 '
I Jr. Western Pleasure Regular; See S More In I 64 y

I fifttf place in Regular Showmanship .
!Halter Youth class. Ed, Sr., t';
,i V witS King Sharbaure, took fourth w

place In Halter Regular 1962 Colt +
stand. Also attending the show 9o KINSdhE OYEN INcot1ga ALL I
were Bub( and Bobby Anderson. for
i Bill Kemp and Susie Kane attended .
the Dade City show where :: ... -__ "cd AND 14-POUND ddcIi
Susie showed Harry, winning second t; % ( I r''' : INSIDE. SELECTIVE F:
;place In '62 Colt class;; won l I LOADS LIKE "
second place in English Class on ( 2SPUOY j1\\ no rust, t THIS*

Dui'!oon Kirk; fourth place in Jr. WATT scratches, stains .,,,Ical t"N..atwa
Cutting Class end fourth in the f..I"+ h. '
2 hNi.elotma79T0
s Tril class CUROO 1 aleriiaam1li0instantly '
unit heats
9 Ai Winter Haven, Susie Kane ?" 3..11I'5 'ni'Mimi imata.
S showed two Arabians for Dr. and .o L : 'dl.ltcloth I abtowna" 4 dub 1..1.
J MrsAlbert King taking grand S MndbrcMdePM ,
1 aomin'a Ilauall
championship in the Junior Mare I 4 I many Ieeanrd '
amh reserve Champion Junior Q 3 d Ms20YE1 tm.n'aundenniM a NN man's lnarh :::
Mace classes; also won first in t4 BUY OVEN ClEANINtt ( M t fea'} "+ a P"t'1 WIDE ARC SPIRAL a IN"..ock.' tr1 t'4
the :respective Halter classes. U even Joortemovibit > oaf RC/f5E AGITATION. 2IC 7tbdeadreaaeaWhen pur Nnta < J JOI
blond ...'. M
they send a tall I .ntrt-'bort uaara
Silly Broderick entered the o you most thorough washing ever -< ,
Econ Show on Rt 50 and brought I YOU SEE A TALL BLOND I
home first place in Western Plea. w 19%" RANGEnQ7o "Modal' .LW-470 5 j

sur{ class; first place in West. hat .'"
I ern-Equitation; second in English $ If she wears a purple ,

I Pleasure and second. in English w YOU SEE A PURPLE HAT! Ask to see matching Silhouette Dryer "x jl
Equitation W/T y

I, are reminded of the z. Yut..... S..tt-.ewJol.pld\lre.-. $ With g; 1
meeting Monday night February Get GE Color TV for 449 $ 55
10 partment., ,it 7:30: at the Mlros Fire De H IT HOTHiNn MITTIN ea i.r IIPUCIMINT CU...NTH or urisrtcrteM as httlt at* a e..e TradeEAmii Only 14 per month after small down payment I Ii

To wily Ride Tltusville'meet Meet, Pistol tonight Blfle Tonight and at Club Pistol the Chamb Club. i WhitakerBREVARD'S Electric I SELL'I I n c 326 Downtown S.Phone Washington 2670611 Titusville Avenue l i x, I


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Terriers! Upset Sea breeze In Last Second 59-S8j :

Comparalo Hits Wednesd.y, February S, 1M4 TIMtvllU (Florid) 10It I.I
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Lay-Up As Final Past7it I < f ..,..

Horn Sounds .w, .

Rob Compnrato's crazy-ap
peering combination lay-up,
Jump shot fell Into the net at a ai as at
Titusville High School last nightas was the day of infamy fw: 19!J second. left and Cantrell
the buzzer sounded to end Seabreeze The Sndcrab boss! : s 'I'' i one ng the core again t
Jack Surrette had been quoted with ,mi left In the third Mat-
the game with a 59-58 victory for
the Terriers as saying, "Our team will be at 1hc\v m&llkIn' foul shots with:
full strength for trie Titusvillegame \ ?9 second) I I"f.. and Cantrell dunked .
Two minutes later, he was : '. .
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"" 'J '':' a la n' with 10 seconds to.tvt'l i
being carried off the court on :' I
This. was the second one-point } the score at 40.46 at the iifl'
shoulders of about 200 fans ?
loss In a row for Seabreeie as! I : ) ',. ," ?iui of ::
His shot gave the Terriers they dropped a 63 64 decision toJax : 'I: Thi Ten ,ei s were able to play
their '
third and
victory in a row DuPont .. :. control+ '"II throughout most of
upset Daytona Beach Seabreezein a third and tease duel that When Titusville lost to this : ; : ....!!. ft'; _
same team, for Its first blem- tipped in i\vo separate shots

mish of the season, there was ".. '...'.J'h... ........,.",'", t from thi ,outside !giving the ,
26 difference in \ Sundcriii the lead l again at
points Subrt'eze's ;' .
: :" < .
favor. Now the Sand ;, :SO.:52 with\ 4 30 left in the game!
crabs are nursing a case of Coinpar.it conncitrd on two
"over confidence". ; ..c. charity .hub with 4:19: left even

Comparato scored the first d n ;?t,; log the ' \\1"
I7. "
r two points of the came on a :i,' :"' : Scabrre" t Lank a two point .
driving lay-up with T.10: on the c' 1";ad airs' lJoa It's mode a shot Iii
clock and Seabree '. Ice man, from the side with 2:10: and a NBWBA AWARDS TROPHIES Thel- events scratch, 1544; all events handicap
Cantrell, who had been aver- tree slio' h\ Waller enabled ma Lake, left, is pointing to one of her 1724; and singles championship, with a

tging 28 points plus!! per game, them I"t" rtrrtch\ the margin to four trophies which she won during the 615 score Also pictured is Glenna Miner, I
dunked one under the basket J aira three" point, with 1 1'48 left in recent North Brevard \\omens Bowling right, awarding Clearine leaser) a member
with 6.41 the game Association's City Tournament Mrs. Lake of the first place Burger King Team I
From thin 1 won high series scratch with 555; all who rolled the highest series for the team.
on, it was Titusvilletwo Con/parat/ drove to the bnk ...
points, Seabreeze two ,tall, et with I lit on the clock to put for a lay-up with 13 seconds) 13 fur..a 18.point total. He was 12, Dradley 8, Danko nnd wal r

points. 3I the Timers one point behind loft to put the Terriers In front folk wed: by Iloaln it, Hayes 4, White 1. ,
At til this ua'-nt exciting far the first time in six minutes d
Roy Cowart, the Terriers 6'4"
enough,, the final 1 1:18: minutes Cantrtll then hit his shot with .
junior center along with assistance I
were doubly eventful With 1:14: seven seconds ltd and' the stag :
from Paul Matthews and
Comparato Hits Winner left VValser was fouled l, and, as it was get for Comparato final BUSINESSMAN'S LUNCH
Larry Jarrell halted most of the
MI."> lied. Walter elbowed Larry Came.winning lay.upCttmpirato '
sec.sawed both directions with passes!! through the middle toCaritrcll : i-- Jarrell The officials mild, i '
never more than a 5 point difference Nearly all of Cantrell'spoints ; it a houblf foul Wfilsor hit hit' scored all of the SERVED DAILY-QUICK SERVICE! ,

scored in the second' half I II I for W14\ Seabreets load and Titriers' 13 points in the final

Leaning heavily on upCHANTICLEER
defense that stymied Seabreeze'sbig At the end of the first quarter, Whose hot t fell iihort. fur both teams with 23 followed
Dennis Gantrcll with only Titusville was leading 1211. by. Matthews 13, Jnrrell 10
three points in the first half, the Jarrell sank a free throw with The Sandcrabs gnt the center Bfliiowman 8 and Cowart 3. INN
tip, but the Terriers stole the
less than
a in the second
Terriers took lead
a one point Cantrell, second lending icoirr'
with 13 seconds: remaining after pen: d to give the Terriers a ball and Comparato was fouled 806 S. HOPKINS 287-7043
13.11 margin. But, Cantrell On a one.an I-one situation Com in Central Florida was held to
Comparato drove down the
center -
hit the first but missed three in the first half but added
of the court and sank one of wes fouled and made his shot, parato one n_ ___ ___ __ __
his ciazy.looking lay.ups. Sea narrowing the lead to only one MATTHEWS SCORES-Paul Matthews connects on a the second and the Terriers
shot the third while were behind I by one point 50.5.}
breeze put the ball in play and point again. Then, with the Jump midway through quarter,
immediately tossed it down time at 6;50 Ken Hayes hit one Titusville's Boyd Wessmtjer No 33, and: : Seabreeze's: : Mar with. 28 seconds Uft' BUY THE FIRST TIRE AT OUR "NO TRADE-IN" PRICE

court to 6'9" Cantrell, who beg- for Seabreeze from the quarter shall Bradley looks on Matthews was second high scorerfor On the rebound alter the miss
ged short shot line followed by a Jump shot the Terriers with 13 points.SA( Photo) ,
a jump with seven ;d three throw, Comparato able
seconds left. from Max Scales which gave the the" ball (again and was fouled,
Sandcrebs a three point lead. left making the score 40-40, Matthews made two foul shot Oils time with 21 seconds lefttftiis ,.

The ball was thrown in to Comparoto made one from the Comparato cashed in on two with 29 second left and Cantrell t time m a one-anfj! .one situation Get the 2ndTired
Comparato with six second* quarter but
? Seabreeze earn free throws while. Daytona'i hit one, tying the score again tie missed the fittst'and the
showing on the clock and the back with two consecutive shots .
shifty 5'11" senior dribbled his by Bodies and Walser to go in Cantrell hit one tying the score with 1 IH: left in the third Matthews Terriers. The were Terriers still apoint intercepteda bellnd

way calmly to half court, and front by four.Matthews again with 1:44 left in the third. made two foul shots with pass and Comparato drove In

held onto the ball He then falc hit two shots in a .
ed out one! player, flew past the row from the left side of the

quarter line, turned around, out basket pushing the Terriers ", .'w tR :11": i 1 ,,, d
maneuvered two defenders and ahead, 28.25 at halftime

shot the lay-up as the game ended Seabreeze': trailed by one and n... '1

The ball was halfway up sometime as much as three .

to the basket when the buzzer points in the third quarter until -+ 01 ....
sounded and thenell/ through Boales netted a lay.up with 2;43 ,1

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I "Eating Crow For Rotary"/ Title Lindsey Outlines __ a

Of Kiwanis Club Poet's Creation

HHFA Functions
"1 will now eat crow .with '

I usto". I : ,7/

So said: Kiwanis "poet laureate __

I professional! auctioneer" L. C harry Llndscy, )local director"of association Lindbcy said this is I tizr 4
Crofton, being presentedwith trf
upon the "Hinging' and home Finance a good: ( example of local control a r
a stuffed baked "crow" by 1
Agency yesterday' speaking to over Federal funds
Rotarian Ray Winstead at yrtitertiiy's
Kiwanis, cited the various sub- "The funds for public housing
of Titusville Ki
meeting offices of the organization and are of course Federal. he said,
wanis Club.
tile Immense Importance to the "!Jut the housing Is operated by

The presentation climaxed a r comrnunities: of the nation. local people and the construction

friendly but fierce and compel Llndscy outlined briefly, the is all dune by local contractors

(the race fur votes between KI- functluns and categories of ."

warns candidate Jess Childre and II1IKA HIA, Urban Renewal, Lindsey pointed out that under P

Rotary candidate Glenn Young/ Community Facilities, Public Community Facilities, applicants .

both' MI king the title of King r. Housing, and Federal National must have exhausted all

of the Junior Woman Club Win Mortgage Associations > private financing sources before

ter Carnival held Saturday night Lindsey told Kiwunians that HHFA will finance their public I

The Kiwanis candidate seem the federal impact in this area works projects.
ingly!: had it "in the bag" just and throughout the seven count "The reason for this is of
LITTLE 'SNOWFLAKES' This line kind Donna McCotter Becky White Connie
minute before the coronation -TkQ ties which comprise the East course I HHFA does not want to
of what might appear to be 'PettyGirlb" Skinner Joann Roberts. Dottie Shipe,
(ceremonies, but the Rotary club Central Florida) area arc rcspon compete with private linancingagcncles" up
J way one of the hits of Saturdaynight's Vivian Goshorn and (not pictured) Winnie
came through at the last minute sible for the presence of the he said He pointedout

and won by a mere $18 FFIIA here and tic expressed the that most cities sell bonds to Junior Woman's Club Winter Car Wright.

desire that it would set an ex:. private interests for interest nival Ball Left to right, Sandy Good-

At the presentation of the ample for other areas to follow rates ranging; from 3.2 to 3.5 per -
"crow" (which in reality was a and HHFA is "much I
Lindsey pointed out the cent, high/
cornish game hen) Crofton pro relationship of Ff'JIand the er", "Planet Earth"Film

duced a poem he had written East Central Florida Regional' Also during yesterday's Kiwanis Skillet

especially for the occasion) entitled Planning Council not ting that the meeting, Dr. James Clark was

Eating Crow For Ro- council is partly financed by a honored by the club as being the Series

tary", portions of which follow: grant through the Federal National brand new father of Joe Brown

"They elected King, and madeit Mortgage Assn Clark, Infant son of the local

sting. We're eating crow) for POET TO EAT "CROW"-L. C. Crofton (right) holds In outlining the public housing dentist Resumes TonightFilms

Rotary. We called 'em names, plate of "crow" handed him by Rotarian Ray Winstead,

Now we're to blame. Eating left, Jeff Childre, defeated Kiwanis candidate for King, Coronet Motel To to be !shown tonight in Special For ThursdayAll

crow, caw, caw, we're eating center, holds signs saying, "Big Mouth"-S-A( Photo) SMALLWOODContinued the Planet Earth" film series at
Be Sold At Auction The
crow for Rotary
Titusville High School are "Chal--
"Our own fine Jess is In a ( From Page 1))
Oudshoff, Roundtrce Scottsmoor's Coronet Motel, lenge of the Oceans" and "Force
mess, We're eating crow for Rotary THRELKELD CHICKENYou
We lost our shirt, but we're May Be CandidatesTwo Heights, Eau Gallie located on the west side of U.S. of Gravity". The showing is

not hurt, We're eating crow for (Continued From Page 1)) He resigned from the Federal 1, is up for auction by the Hans scheduled to begin at 8.00 p m,

Rotary. Dievard County men are Bureau of Investigation after brough National Realty and The series consists of 13 color Can SScEat

The king Is king apparently "quite serious" about tusville and would frequently be nearly 10 years of service due to
Auction Co motion picture films which describe -
the deed is done, the victory won, seeking the Democratic nomination seen around the station "\Ve do considerations and
family came The sale is scheduled for Fri man's knowledge of his
Kiwanis does with With French ColeSlaw
good Rotary Fries
to Congressman
want to to
oppose express [ you our sincere
to the Eau Gallie area which Is day, Feb. 14, at 1:30: earth and space environment
Winstead told Kiwanis that this Edward J. Gurney. p.m. Buttered Rolls.
appreciation and good wishes well known to him Ills .
quite assignrncnts Two films are being shown each
friendly rivalry symbolized the The property consists of nine
for the many years you have were in both large and week and are for the general
spirit of American competitionand Rudl C. Oudshoff, former furnished units, two.bedroom :
said that the two clubs should Melbourne mayor, who[ has a represented' us and wish you a isolated areas, including Wash living quarters, air conditioned, public and in lay terms. FOR ALL DAY FRIDAY
very happy retirement"For ington, D.C., New York, Houston,
continue the rivalry for the good record of victories\ in 13 at- Detroit and Puerto with 200 feet on U. S. 1, 133 Approximately 600 turned out FISH SPECIALAll
of the community. tempts at political races, said Mr. and Mrs. Thiclkoll Indianapolis,
years Rico. feet deep. for the initial showing of the series The Fish You Can Eat
Monday that he has "definitely lived In a house which was
"With this spirit, he said, we last Wednesday night which French Fries
raise money through competitive a pot;!ntial candidate" but that moved to make way for the A&P Smallwood's( FBI, experienceswere was very gratifying In light of the Colt SIwButterod 69c

contests, through which the he would not make a final dcci Store and bougnt their present varied and encompassed RECOVERING OPERATION continued showing depending on Roll

community may participate and <*ion for about 10 days homo on the Old Dixie Highway most every type violation of Fed public response.

to the Thereare eral law within the F.B.I.'a investigation
adjacent! airport. Dewey 'Tennessee' Hcrndou
the proceeds can go toward build- Cocoa attorney Dill Roundtree,
: l five acres of dandy fruit jurisdiction His accomplishments underwent surgery at the Halifax The series Is sponsored) by X
civic center other need ,
ing a or 'who lost 11,e Demo nomination
ed projects" Ito trees to keep Lam .r busy "pld.dling" have been pert Hospital, Daytona' Beach, first of the Lockheed MSC Management
John Button In 1062, is also commended by J. Edgar the week. lie is Association and the science clubs
lie pointed out that the two :Interested around, pruning and cultivating tonally reported recupersting
several occasions. of the various high schools of the Plrtle Plaza Titusville
dubs raised over halt of the en. Hoover on J satisfactorily and Is expect. :: I
ed home within a few days. county
tire proceed derived from the
Smallwood has tendered nil
Nurses Install The eldest Threlkeld ion, Carl,
Junior Woman's Club Winter

Carnival.Forkway. ,Officers Last Night owns Furniture) and In operates Titusville O'Flanagan and a resignation lee position! from of Security a Federal Specialist seryj PHONE AM 7-1511 STORE'HOURS:, 10 AM TO 9 PM.

married T.
District 39, Florida Nurses As. daughter,
f Announces Division, Air Force< Mhsihi'
Williams lives In Valdosta, Ca
sedation, met Tuesday evening in Test Center, in order to enter
Honor NamesThis Alphon, the youngest! son, H
Society the Friendship Room) of First the Sheriff race. lIe has serve
Federal and Loan In. crating the station. He has
Savings to ender the direction of Lt Col.
week, tha! Parkway Jun Item associated with his father
stall the officers
: DC Armond E. Matthews, AFMTC
bur High School Honor Society in the business for
many years
Dorothy Forstcr, president; Security and Law Enforcement inds
iinnnuncrd (ho name of the
lamliates! for membership in Peggy Marcinko, first vice-pres So lamer Threlkeld has retired Chief, since November 1961 I
ident, Ann Draa, second vice-
and the !
the Society. Selected because! A World War II Marine Corps
president: Doria Millner\ secretary
have lost
01 their scholastic achievement, a good Veteran, Smallwood enlisted at
; Ruby Pride, treasurer; ElIzabeth ,
kchc1 and teacher fiicnd of 17 and holds both
) citizenship: Thompson, one.year term the early age
recommendation wire: Kathleen a Presidential and Navy Unit
on board of directors; Clara Lou
Uair, Hurry Bell Leslie Brown Lambert and Georglaloe Wagner, Citation for campaigns in the Jamaica

Lawrence Dehmlow, Jeannett two.year terms on board of dir. Jess Parrish Pacific War Theater. At the end

KJsxvick, Regina Gregory Allen ectors. of hostilities, he resumed his education Fashions

Herring, Cindy Hill Wayne Mrs. Anastasia Sheridan was with pre.law at the University Sets

l.uJgins, Cheryl Johnson, Joe) the installing officer.Pyramidology, Hospital List of Tennessee and grad. .w ,

Kyle Parker Janice uated with' honors in his major '
Bobby for
farmer, Iris Peebles, Tony Pu- Admissions and dismissals! at from the University of Chattanooga girls ;* for women

To Be Jcu I'arristi Memorial Hospitalfor in 19-19 with a DBA degree
tect, along with, Sue Richard, rtile/r4 ee
Louie Strum, Sandra Treadway, Discussed HereA January 30 were as follows: He married the former) Lorlno 7 Ie.Ks w ee'a eel'ret"e

arid Marlmdd\ Wyatt. lecture on Pyramldolog/ January 30 McCorkey, a native of Eraden E srer

ton, Florida, when they met as of e et
will be sponsored by Indian River sr te0
Admitted Titusville
IN: Tilt; ('IIKllr ( Ol HT or THKMMII : Mary students at the University of
: JI lilt It I. tlkUlir Ix.tii I Chapter No 27, Royal Arch
Woody Norris Carlisle, Lena Tennessee Both their son aod
'IIK IIKhVtKU (tll \'I' Miitons, at the Masonic Temple F
II OKIIIAl honor students at
Rambo, James Uingham, Kenneth daughter are e e
> the new Eau Gallic High Scho"! 1 ,
\IOHIIttl.h HlHK ( (inI IIIMAltKllb Kelly, George Shave, Susan
\A1tA&.A., The lecture will be by Dr. Lynch, Michael Crouch Rose) Sellers Steve, 16, is rrfSK'mt' '! or the
Plalnlltf, Adam
Rutherford of
,"- a native and Mary Knight Others- Junior Class. Rents, II\, Is vice
VILLIAM W HALL anti I I'AT- Scotland, who now lives In Lon ; of the freshman
IUC.. IA A. MALL. hll wife; HA I.I'll. don He has made a lifelons Alfred Dork, Cocoa; Louh Campbell president group + p 1 un-washed plaids, strip
1. Cllltlfclll' H tingle IIIHII.; IAM
Scottsmoor and
UUh.NIIH.K. : : and LOUISfe: M., intensive study of the Great ; Sammy ,, es, checks and solids go
IIOI.I.h.NUfeK. lie. Iud l l11UWAU1) Stone, 1lIms.Discharged\ .
wife; Pyramid and is the" Keith Barnett Jeanette Moon,
WAURBM and bliMOIlfc.: World'sleading V together to make stunning

\>,\I........, 111* wits, Uefentaale., authority;, on Pyramid. : Titusville Alta- Iva Rutncr and Mary Young: ,(+'rj, new Jamaica sets
XI IKK ir ('Lt..k'MI.... logy these Williams, David C Beckel, MimsCherry Lamar. and :Martha \ I cf: 100' .; cotton Choose

plat NurieL the uiiUermiiu hI 'H...itbiiir,: .. Clerk UIVKN;olthu Iho public. is Invited to attend Joanne! Braden, Ethel Ratliff, Tyson. I. from many different colors
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Circuit Comi under cud by. -- ,, in sizes 10 to 18
virtue of Iho Hn.l Uevrte. uf lore vt
tlonure heretDdir entered. In hut Hi lHMMHaMMH BVMM BMM
turtala mu. iiouillug In the einuil I 4,99
Court of the Ninth JuilluUI Clruult, THIS SET
In In and dir Urov.id bring County Cu..r tluilua coreNo on all Mo/u/ ) C Cento Brand Paint
:Mtl''ln: .bl.b MAtmiCIu' 11.UHALLA .
U the flalutlit. anil -", .-.
WILLIAM W. HALL au A. HALL, hie .llu; itAL. !."/(
l'1I111111'11!:. > iliiflo maul\ ItAt PAN .
: hli wlfit II nil get one
IKlWAItU WAKHhX: and LL,; ;.
UKb: WAKKI-N.: hi. wife, are t>efrnuaou GIRLS'BLOUSES
CLltTiri It. U (IU\I\ Joa. SET 79c ,
Clerk: uf In Circuit Court under AT M* IS.TIA CIT :
and by virtue uf ln. henna In alilUet.r ,
will utter fur ...Ie .> at public outcry to ii,. liljlienl mil. INTERIOR LATEX WALL 1 1.99
burl bidder for cash at the bait
Front hoer of the Court llvum ufllrevard STELLARLATEX i For fun in the sun .
County, In thi (Ity of Tlan P
t..vlll.. Florida, on the lath day 01 PAINT delightful slim Jim SKIRTS I
February. ruebriween the hours _. i io
or short sets with
or 11:00: AI. and alto: P.M. o'.look,
the acme being a I..al ..k', dry .... "" flower pot print pants 3.99 to 5 99
see e0011Jg1 PAINT
and blouse with
lowing deatrlbed r..ll property, lying Map M N
anil being altuala lit Drtvard : M / O.ee ra1Mt01ASSET appliqued flower pot<< An exciting:; new assortment .

County Lot I,, l'l..rlda lunch l :II. ASa!::1.1. (il't I o aIt.......uwlnl' Interior! h r to matchSlim of wash! 'n wear cotton -
CITY, according tn plat thereof .tee tCtf aMa WATM $$2" blousu
Sets 3.99 blend
recorded In I'Ul) Uuuk B. I'lio Exterior :36x, ; perfeet-
11, Public Hi-.orcli of Urivard 7H.\ 499 ly with our new skirts in

The County aald Florida properly at ifnmuklhnratlltameata $698 (Whit. Only) Short Sets 3-6x, 2.99; box pirate I. hip Hitch,
together: with\ all' the tenement., T14 399 coachman wrap and other
and a|>|>urUnanceaappertaining (Plus On Free) I
thereunto belongtag Dr 10 any w"a Uthor styles to choose styles
being pout< to a.tiayalii
decree. MARY from. t
Dated this the 4th day of February

Curt) R. Barnwi

Bit COURT Jlortle Deputy Hall Clt-rli MARY CARTER PAINTS

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.,, Insure the quickest and most assured .
.rw. '4 way of reaching the moon: ......w. .1
: they tank the ABMA organizationand

b, Advocate: ; Aeronautics l developed and it into Space the Administration National- r; I ,'

and put upon the should. .j
The Voice of 25.000 North Brevard County Residents ers of these veterans of rocketrythe ,.... I
_. responsibility of the projectThe
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Section B TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, W4 ;Page 1 1-fl crews and chiefs that had ..
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been battling the fierce mos
quitois of Cape Canaveral during I

""o l Men Played Vital its sibility Infancy to heart took, and then it paid respon off

This same crew was !given the .>
fearsome task of placing Into
i>|))mC( the first American Alan ,
Shepard, atop the !Mercury Red
Rolesn Off Saturn stone on/ :May[ :S I. 1961 and also the i
\ Firing ccroiul, Virgil! Grisaom July 21 I
1'Wl! aboard the same depend

I By Bill Lytrly lag team in the world" today. and the Redstone Arsenal then to orbit this second satellite and able The missile crews of the Bedstone and i
(This is my own conclusion.> moved to the Cape to fight mo others to follow Jupiter knew their missile Why' I I II
Last Wednesday just be- For one year, I left the type qiutoes and fire Redstone Intermediate It was during this time that Because they were built by hand
jfore noon, the world's largestlocket writer the deadlines and long Ballistic :Missiles\ the name of Dr. Kurt II Debus ty the former ABMA:\ personnelin I
its eight massive engine hours of the Star.Advocate, and They set up what was to become became famous A former Ger- Huntsville during their devilflpment .
In perfect synchronization, lifted exchanged them for a purple/ known as the Missile Firing La I) man missile scientist Dr. Dt'bushad stages, and( were turned .
[from pad B at Complex 37, Cape purple Cape badge coveralls MFL) at the Cape. Their rec- been given directorship of 0\('r to the Chrysler Corp. to ,
I Kennedy, and hoisted the heav hard.hat and long hours at ord in attempts and completion/ the Cope MFL under Dr. Werner mass\ produce only after the few ilu
Most satellite ever known into a NASA'LOD (National Aeronautics on/ the "firing range" is envious! Von Braun director of bugs: had been taken out This 'tt? .
[predetermined earth orbit. and Space Administration/ if not phenominal.In ABMA'a Redstone Arsenal who tame procedure' followed with I
The story has been told, the Launch Operation Directorate) as 1958, the ABMA/MFL:\ was answered directly to Gen. Mad\ the Saturn, for this was primarily !
statistics given on this firing! antthere it was known at that time. given the task of putting into or- eels, 8 glorified Jupiteis. 11 is. In rssence .
[ is no need to go into the I had long admired tne NASA eight: Jupiter engines
bit the first successful satellite\ of By 1959, the nation had become ,
Intricate details now as to all the crew and their record in the missile strapped' together using the Jup l FROM THIS TO THAT The three remaining chanic;1 "expert" on the Redstone and. I
[weights and distances, this nation, Explorer I I. after the space-minded, and "lunacy"moon iter in \
enterprise and It was with system components guUI [ Titusville members of (the original Jupiter programs( and Ike Rigell right,,
But, the real story behind this excitement and apprehension thatI ill fated Vanguard had made so ( madness) had taken its ance anti control. ABMK} firing team thai (fired the pointing to the continued success story of
firing has not been told, the back- I took up Cape residence with this many attempts before launchingthe hold upon the government. 'To It had been proven that the first Ballistic missile from 1 he ('apt In the team after becoming NASA, the
ground that has gone into this amazing! group. first. Their success with the the moon" was the cry of the NASA crews could produce now 1953 are Jim Davidson (left pomtmj./: to might: Saturn ,-(S-A Photo)
{monster Saturn and the men soles To tell this story, one must go Redstone and the Jupiter missiles Civilian Space Agency and they it was time to hand them their the original Redstone Jay Campbell me
fire it.This. back a few years to 19S3 when the had proven their right to attempt took the best course possible to Set LOCAL On Page 2-B
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writer had the distinct first missile firing team of the
[pleasure of working with around Army Ballistic Missile AgencyAB5141 II
In. .. .nn..t ti.rid -
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ftgt 2-B Tltutvlllt (Florida) Stir Advocate Wedneidjy.February 5,MM "
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LOCALContinued I

( From Page 1.B) CUTTER
J ll ,
red test; built and fire a rocketso I e
large us to dwarf anythingever :

The NASA crews, with their ry+ Afl
Chrysler teammates, fell to the k ? LOWEST PRICES
task with knowledge and confi e HH : TOWN:
dence. They went to work: and ___ __
prepared the monster for firing
It was a tense day that October -""
27, 1961 as waist at the NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
"fallback area" (where the ws.v. r
crew. not essential to the blockhouse ,
t go= during blast off) and j Big Apple PlazaTitusville I III( Hwy 50-Magnolia r TNACxOME I All REG. 2 FOR 21c
with Inhaled breath for :
waited I I. R;: C. f' i'HE'LATEST
the countdown to reach 0. But the
wait'''was worth it, for the mammoth f FLASHLIGHT
missile Ignited, and, shoot. as.LLanoe
ing flames 100 yards or more to BATTERIES
the side, even shredding a Manning console at blockhouse are ((2nd from right) Bob fa faINCOME
chain link fence to pieces over Moser, countdown voice of Saturn and (far right) John TAX GUIDE ACME 'D" SIZE

100 yards away, roared, shouted Churchwell, of Titusville, Douglas test conductor.R ule.rle.'t revoU Latest Info, tax saving
and slowly and methodically w
lilted off the 26-ft high pedestaland hints, fdled in forms, plus morel F C

roared 90 miles into space a a 0
and 200 miles out,Into the Atlantic / l I v.5 O C Edit R 4

One hundred percent perfect, ;1.00

The second Saturn was essentially '

the same, with few mod r OLD FASHIOlf T s I I RIAhf Reserved to Limit Quantities
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Wednesday, was the first to .,J, t r n THE OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE
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foreman of propulsion at CARDS .10C fQ SOe: Extra rich deep } 3.95 HEATING PAD
that time, said i ""we could all E. "Mack" McCreary of Titusville, NASA engineer, cleansing;action! 129' 266
ride in one truck" checks Saturn blue prints in blockhouse at Complex 37 tatttts Helpt recondition I 1-' 12.x IS 3 HEATS

Rigell and Davidson were section .'' dry skin I Pound...
chiefs and electrical engineering was 70 percent successful, al and have it work perfectly. I ., tr tr t
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Jay Campbell is reported to into the Atlantic. "All we were fully unorthodox "fixing" as w+41uu r"M ._ :, 47C

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at that time as far as the it off the ground." en'nod. Question them, and they r
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so many of the missile meeh.anics FOROCCUPANCY"
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Wednesday, February !, MM .'.......1 FterM. .*) Star. AihroeiH.. ,.,..1"'

Rabies Increase ..

Among Wildlife

Poses Threat SAVE : ', .
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Rabies Is increasing: among, t ..fA' .Ii. _..,
Florida wildlife and the State .4-' ... fI. ...J.
eoard of Health says all possible '
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) director of the Division of 1 1c
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Charles Maxwell, from First 1c:'
Presbyterian Church, Ft Laud- While'Acre Teas: 7j
erdale; and Mrs Richard Willis GOOD TN"U".UIIA''" .TX.
from the Presbyterian Church at AT ANY WINN-DIXIE. S( EACH ASTOR FRUIT

Weirsdalc '1iJ. -. I I 5CANS$1.Jt .

t' only ONE 50 Extra Top Value Stamps Pears 3NO. ::2.151! '.
N0 '10 c... LIGHT MCAT SAVE 3t EACH THRIFTY MAID (Limit 10 with $5. food order) SAVE 4, EACH THRIFTY MAID APPLE ,
i :' Blue" Bay Chunk Tuna Sauce 2 LANs 2S?
; There isonly I :: I Gooo THRU FIBMUAHV .TM Eva Milk" TO e .
one :fl, r!,
Cut Beets. s&Cocktail & 10?

I i 5"O.'ItEx' I'r''a"T'Jo p-'Value Stamps' Beef Stew2 :;:. 319"SSAVEW"!' Peas 2 ups 25 ?
rsIO 40.0. Ju DU 3UTH'"
I t .:.. Peanut Butter Cream, Corn 10

.: Oooo-AT ANY TN.u 'WINM.DIXII 2 12-or' 25 ". SAVE .2-/6' EACH THRIFTY MAID
.- "I Catsup. ". ," 303
> yerw of apelM.e. :.' ., [I) I Lima, Beans 6 CANS $1.

I to,.[.uri.li..r...10M.ee.uw.g.iIIl.,. ,e i SAVE 22* SHORTENING" (Limit' 1 with $500 food order) SAVE 4 r EACH THRIFTY MAID PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT .

/.r IUa. Eaf.rs..tl..a :r 50 Extra Top Value Stamps .. Astor 3. IE 43 ". Drink 1 46-oz.CAN 2.5"
: w.l.Weyeenb/drr. i WITH THIS COUPON AND I IOut CAN ,
.it -0782 lO-Ct P ., $
No. 2K
'...'.- .. Stainless Steel r Blades SAVE 30< SHORTENING (Limit 1 with. $5. food order) Potatoes. 5 CANS 1 .

Oooo Txnu rnnuAxv .TAT
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..- F.g. 4.B TltiMvllle (Florid) Star. Advocate Wednesday, February 5,1 44I ________ for a missile.A .
____ _._.. h mechanical crew at the Pad would have to order the part for tourists
i; would send crew members down him. "Never mind," the mechanic NASA mechanic ones brag.gcd .
Mims Area )
Happenings ( V1 to my department to seek a fitting would answer, "I'll take a to me: "If that old Cap

I Social'V of some kind. I would piece of pipe and make it myself liBhthouso over there I n. ,.'e
And he did. fired off the Cape, NASA
7.P" show what I had. "B" outs, pipefitting j
Firemen Families
Enjoy will put a Redstone engn' ,? ,
: etc. "It won't weak," There is a Joke about) "Iirlnll"the md launch (It"

he would say "Its the wrong! ( old lighthouse at the Cape
By Mrl. Gladys McLtndon and which followed was Personals And I believe they coulo
games w t a ales I would tell him that I because it is often mistaken by ii<
AM 7-1248 enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ruddy and / '
Firemen, Families Mm, Mike, of C. arleston, S. C # Ai
Girl Scout s
Party .
are visiting; with Mi. und Mrs. 1, +r ,
Social night for the Mims Firemen Troops 022);: and 9j8 cf the Roger Rowan: and family of ? J sqp"
and their families, held Mime area Girl Scouts were Spruce Hill The Ruddy' are I < ,
February I, was a big success treated to a skating party last former residents of the M.ms- p i' Modern Coronet

with approximately adults Saturday afternoon at Ron's Titusville area Ruddy has been ; ., I MotelIn ]
and children enjoying the even Skating Rink; by Mrs R. G.Pcnnir. 111 for sI.me time and is recuperating SCOTTSMOOR. FLA.
jus entertainment :jto.i, Mrs Robert Red at the Rowan home before
The spaghct.l supper was delicious fate und Mrs. David Myers, ret' rning to thc.r home InS FRIDAY. 1:30: P.M.
and the square dancing troop I loaders. Carolina. FEBRUARY 14 '
North of Titusville, 20 miles So of
12 miles
Located on Wttt side of U.S. Hwy. Fast
)l's miles West 01 Indian Rlv.r.

. 61 Insurance Dividends Are Paid In Record Time -- \f 9 Furnished Hat units Linen New_Room 2 Smyrna Bedroom- Utility Beach Living I Room.Quarters 200 Ft.. Tile on Highway Baths Air I ..condition US Ft. dllp.. Electric

Payment 01 nearly $230-milllor- en January: 2. and the last of Boshoff pointed: out. .d. 0_ 1'l4' I DELAND PROPERTIES

in 1964 G. I. insurance dividends the checks were placed in the Of the total JUbl dividend Jim Rasberry, of Tituiville, NASA Saturn mechanic, In MINNESOTA ESTATES
to some 3,000,000 veterans was mail;I on January 9. Boshoff said distribution made this month works on "innards" of rrnghty Saturn. SATURDAY 1:30: P. M. FEB. IS
campleud( in record time, according he had been informed. $214,000,000 was earmarked for I 2 HOMES SO IMPROVED LOTS 3 BEDROOM TILE BATH HOME (furniture op- r

: to a report( mad; to The fastest prior payment oJ 4,503,000:> ( YVoild War II veteran -..:' 'I 7..Yl.--..... tion.11) on large I.nd.clpet HOME;50 corner LOTS lot.AVERAGE SitE 75' II 150'. This outstanding
Irttidcnl Johnson. div.di'nds wits. made in January, :: 'l, : 2 with curbs School
holding National Ss vic! "' <;". !- property Is high, dry and gently rolling. Streets ere paved
The report was made by JohnS. ) 13ii3: when the! distribution of Life Insurance (NSLt!) policies. 1" Bus Garbage ColI.ction. Highly Restricted

Glcason! Jr., Administrator) tiicck was co.rpleitd by Jan The remal s ng $15,000,000 9 WATERFRONT LOTS at ST. JOHNS RIVER In ASTOR, FLA.
c)[ Veterans Affairs, in a visit 'Jf.r y 31.The went tit. about 223,000:: World WarI MONDAY, 11:30: A.M., FEBRUARY 24
t h the White House during[ winch! first speed payment ol veterans holding U. S. Govern- r BULKHEAD CLEARED READY TO BUILD. Adjoins Hall's Lodge on St. John's
tho Prcs'fk' was jiviu; the dividends was directed by Presl metal Lila Insurance (USGLi .. '. U ..;.. River.
dividend check due on his on\ dent Kennedy in 1961. I'ay policies. ... .,....., f BUY ONE SELLING LOT, ANY TO SETTLE COMBINATION ESTATE OR ALL

G.I.! prliy" taken out In the early jnttits in that year were corn-\ Korean Conflict velerans did 'it 'r.. t T. reach this property from U. S. Hwy. 17 tarn West on Stale Rd. 40 at Barberville
days cf World War II, pitted; by Marsh. 17. not par.IJpate In the dividend s : I to ASTOR FLA. See Auction sign on South ..;11 of road East of Bridge.
President Johnson last month In the years prior to 19C1 payments since they hold lower cost, non- ,.. ..' D !
ordered) Gloason) to maku pay were made throughout the pir'itlpat.nj' : ; : policies) that donut MODERN 3 BEDROOM
Just So. of Post Office on
mint! of the dividend! as: early as entire: year on the anniversarydale provide regular annual dividend :,'. II MONDAY 2:30: P.M., FEBRUARY 24
possible In January as 1\\ stirnul- nt individual( policies, pjyniciiU., I...:.''j." ': : "! : ': ,. Lot site 100' x US'-ZONED COMMERCIAL Excellent opportunity for business loea.
lint to the national economy.A In making thia: report t to( the .. t don with home or adequate room for construction of Business Bjllding.:
total nf 131,94.! policyholders Members Received Frct.ic'tnt: Gleason noted that > j" .,. APARTMENTS
in Florida reccive.l dividends Into First Baptist maximum .use of automation had .. I TARRY In the heart MORE of ORANGE CITY I

totaling 7584.000 in this record The' following new memberswere reduced( both the length of time 11. ':, ,. :... <><".... ;>, ; A THURSDAY 1:30: P.M.-FEB. 20
making period Co!. W. H.Boshoff recently received into and t t..e administrative cost of "( .:. On Heavily Traveled U. S. Hwy. 17-92-539 North Voluiia AvenueS
Veterans Service Of First Baptist Church. paying dividends. The cost of s .. I FURNISHED APARTMENTS In Excellent condition. Lot sire 100' x 300' with
flea for Brevard County said Miss Carol Ann Feagan, 212 paying the dividend three' years .. I IIf. lJU ih 2 I room for Expansion.

tcday. Distribution of the dividend I. LaGrange Ave. from North At- ago was $1,4GOOUO. The cost of Immensity of Saturn flame deflector is emphasized by Cash prizes and souvenirs
checks_.. by the VA began lank Baptist Church, Atlanta, paying the 1964 dividend was Rasberry. given away at auction
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about $23,000. I I National Realty&Auction Company'

Ga.Mr.. and Mrs. Thco. K. Mit- VA insurance dividend payments f Saturns were fired, end it was! 1 Hansbrovgh representatives
shell 835 Forest Road from Hunter ( arc primarily a return to LOCALContinued will be at properties 10:30:
Street Baptist Church, Birmingham tho policyholders of part of my job under Jay Campbell, I ibuisvitU. M. J0.i e i 4tThere's A.M. day of auctions.
and R. A. Watson, to issue supplies
: Ala. and Canaan their premium payments since From
( Page!: 2-B.!) to the mechanical: section. (
COCOA BEACH Baptist Church of Bet(remer, the death rato among holders of
63.-1031 Ala. 0, 1 I. insurance continues to be will answer, "It works, don'tIt Joe Lindle, foreman of the). j
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Mr. and Mrs James A Ward, lower than the rate upon which ?" and what can you say. I
VVf jjet th mef acj Jr., e9 Hilltop Drive from First the premium payments were I worked for a while at Complex I
Baptist Church, Ingle! wood, established by law 34 where the first four , vv 1
COCOA Calif.

636-2993 !Mr. and M..... Jack Smith, 114
Uarna Avenue from Southside [
Brevard Lumber
Baptist Church, Huntsville, Ala. Company

Ave. from Dawson Memorial
167.3530 Building Material Lumber Paint
t 9 A HardwareWE
Baptist Church, Birminjham, a
'' Li V/. Gin You An Estimate .
Herb and SlUroh Sm.M. lit
i' Prompt D.llv ry :;.. Phone AM 7-3831
Barnn Ave from: East Iiuntsville
Baptist Church, Huntsville, Ala.
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Monday HOURS

Ihru S TORE O S COMPANY O 9 A.M.to ratanr ,

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PAtlTlES White 8t Pastels I E DIAPERS GLASSWARE Contains S P R Atc : .J ,

fuice Iced Tea Glasses and Dluonon 1
Slzos 5.8.7 All Cotton
Kills Chinch ,
Water Tumblen Bugs Army
27" x 27. Worm., Cut Worms, Tlckl
Limit 4 Please Regular 1 I 1.98 Value. to 25c Fleas. Ants. \
Regular 6.75

1SC pre $$1.57 dOl. Just 12c $$3.49 gal.





You pick. WI weigh
Complete nutritional
Ncugats. Caramels, elc Just Received Filled With Shredded I gal coven 5.000 .q. ft. o

Regular I 49c c: New Shipment Urethane Foam Use With Sprinkler., .6 b

25c lie' Just $$2.98 77c $$1.57 gal. 1, .. re

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COVERED a piggybank size, a fabulous

CLOTHES NECKLACE L E REEL size and all the sizes in between.

CHERRIES S No, 404 Zebco 7.95 But
HANGERS E whether you 49C
& EARRINGS pay or $5.00,

mJ: 10-oz. Box 2 PC. GLASS f every Valentine from Publix |is loaded with

Chotee ci f Dark or Swivel Top New Spring Number. sweet affection for
ROD .I i and Teacher and
Lltht Chocolate Regular IDe Each UD A Best Girl. .
98c because
Regular to
i I No 440 Zcbflex 6.95 each is filled with the
M A R K E T s
2 bxs SSc 3 6 for 42c 2 for 66C Both Reg. Value $14.90 I' extra-nice quality Of Brach's Fine Candies!


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Ham. Spread .."I:1;:

/ Nabisco't Ideal Chocolate

,f. Peanut Bars ."X"; 33'o 3 for 19c

Noh(sco's Delicious Chocolate

4 Pinwheels . .11. 4'oE.pkg. Tasty Florida
( d 19*
r os .
(Ae ( fP SI't mann.' Cookie Treat each
n )' Florida
Vanilla Cremes'tk":
e lb.>>
.p D.I Monte Pineapple-Grapefruit All Purpose Aluminum Foil

Fruit Drink ... ..... . .... . 4 4. ;V $1 Alcoa Foil . ....25.ft pkg: Sun-Kist. *,? 39*
Del Mont FlavorfulI

Fruit Cocktail . ..... . .. 4 *.a? $1
Del l Mont New CannedZucchini
............. ....... . ..4 cans $1 1 1D.I
Mont Tender Cut R

Green Beans ... . ....... . . 4 can$1; .3 'i 1 t Pork Hams ">. 53c

W D.I Mont Early Card.it, Q ..;.! r (Boston.Butt)
30S w.'
Green Mont Toity Stowed Peas . . ..... . . 5 #.,. $1 \__, I Ii "p Pork Roast Ib 39cD.I

-- Tomatoes ..... . .... ,. .. 543O3$1; .3 Ribs lb.45c
Del Monte Cream Stylo .

Golden Corn . . .. . ... . 6 7 o3 3n,3 $1 '
Pork Sides lb. 3Tomato
Del Mante Zesty Flavored vdT e .

Catsup . . .. . 6 Hoi.boti.. $1 e
Pork Hocks lb.29c
Del Monte Nutntioui .

Spinach . < < . . . 7 #cons 303 $1
t" Pork Steaks lb.49c ,

Assorted Flavors, Park Lane _

Ice Cream 9a1 halF:, 49t'y r PICNIC ";

Plain or Self-Rising (limit I 1)PillsLbairy) .:

Flour ;S: 39c

Kraft's Blended (limit 1)) %' 'j i' ":
quart 39 Its. C
Mayonnaise jar N ;
Festival Queen Strawberry "+ :

2-lb. 59
Preserves jar

Lady Betty Pickle Feature Cucumber f .
quo itO f r
Wafers 39C
0 0 j jar :

Q iff fir i; specials o ;

Kraft. Philedolpkie' Brand' 'e..
Cream Cheese ............ \S::: 33' :
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: Bttty Crecker'i Delicioue ,
.oj:. a Brownies! ..........."..'!:.41' .e:
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lc-Ot1 label M..I" Tioet ..
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I i Kraft Parkay .tn.: 27 .. ...
I WiMoittin Choeie Bar Sliced
I -' Swiss Cheese ................ V"::.33. J t

A j frozen foods o W
Swift'Premium BonelessSmoked '
Putiwitt'i Froien Sliced' ,
Strawberries ..... 4 ".": '.1' Daisies 65c
Peppeiidge Form Apple, or lb. WHERE. SHOPPING is A PLEASURE! ,
Cherry Jtnidel : 59'Soebraali Copeland's Seeret-Seasoned Hot or Mild "
Fermi" Quick. FrattnTaterellcs aL: .. 10
,... ... 4 ,;: M.Southforid'i l. BagSatisage. ,Ib 39c
Green ...... .. 101....'.'. :
FRI. SAT. FEB. 6, 7, 8, 1964 Beans 39'tuti Tarnow's Pickle & Pimento or .

tOOO I!Tl IOO Green lye Peas Frotk Froien 5 '.?= /1 j Sliced Bologna 2 %;: 49c K'nunin528 PARK AVENUE i;
f Beef, TvrleT, CWken ......;. '. .....
't'li Pot Pies 5 M Sarasota Brand Chipped Turkey, D'UlllillV 1 !
iJlt Green Stamps Marleii'i Spskttl. 6V Meat Sevce .: RI MDMA i '.
j .Ilkd..cwo.elrrol.r..h ADORN HAIR I. SPRAY. j Macaroni & Cheese. ..... 5 l:. *]1. Ham. or Beef 3 ft'' ; $ '. IN T A Ft K !L T E i it PIRTLE PLAZA
(Rae Of Hord-te-HoU) \ back'Qrkk i trots :
...7..-....... .$1.50.... F..pint. *. tai l"*"4| Perch Fillets .,............ .VS.::: 49 With Pork Servo Von Holten's l S*. TITUSVILLE I ;:
S' Sorten'i li 28 n .. *

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!50mlrr lrlt' 050 5O Vuu FREE SO, 50 FR RW6 50f' 50meFTeAm50 I 50. O 6 llfl\AOO 5OJ :

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j ri**>io CMOM o4 onrdioM eft psj' I "S .ps. d.wd..1,psl' /s.wp? s1F ps:5"i .w'Mgw.I.1ewd.r..h psj ..AAy..rra. ).r
(Whrt Flvoria: Be-OHl I .
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,! use 45 large. size 59c plus tax Ib 59e SLICIO. HAM. e... ok.. Ego IVa-lb. bag $1.89 cJSf
)0 0 O. O O 1* 11 0 oS! ] 8))0 0 O' 'O o'o'OJS 8,)0 0 o. 0'00 L. 4 11N oo(S B,)0 Q1 o'o o 'OO vB [lH. Ml l)nnOAAftftAA/\AAnAAA W '-. Me.T.l J/ 104).t .l A I'nHX mlrnlll

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


Real EstateLOTS
For Rent GLAMOR GIRLS Mobile Homes Plumbing Supply Real Estate! I



FURNISHED 2 b4>dr Om. Bellwftod SEPTIC TANKSof
U.S 1. Rear of Ranch Motel INDIAN RIVER City, repossession, DON'T PAY RENT!

DEADLINE I'u bllcatl". -For a p.m.Wed.Diy*. Frltl Befon. and on Restaurant 26T.2259: 1956 MAGNOLIA trailer, 48 x 8, pre.cast concrete, steet.reinforced I 17 Flamingo Court, 3 bedroom 2

( A.M. Sal For Won Publication -' $500 down and take over payments state-approved', sizes 540 bath low down' payment Inquire

2 BEDROOM unfurnished, except 267-1377 after 5:30: p.m. gals., 630 gals., 735 gals, and 1000 next door left or call 267.7m. TRAILER
1015 -- -- ----
stove and refrigerator, gals. Grease traps Installed tanks
WANT AD RATES if. SCHULTZ 35 x 8, yellow trailer, 2 2'BEDROOM house dining room
I cent per word Watson St. $85 monthly as pumped and cleaned, drain fields '
Minimum Charge lOt Lakin:. Gordon Realty, Registered bedroom. See Ifepncr after :5 relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman and garsgt. Downtown Washington OWNERSWe

Real Estate. Brokers. 23 MainSt p.m.. D Street, Tltusville Trailer Septic Tanks, Inc., Phone AM 7. Avenue. Suitable for small.
und combination
business home
ALL CLASSIFIED ADS 267.3023.FURNiSIfFDIIOMF.. Court. 421. P. O. Box 2016, Tltusville,
I streets.
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Incept Elt bIHhe* Acccuul : 2 bedroom TRAILER, M x 10, aluminum car I Financing available. 2311. have beautiful full acre mobile
adults only. 2676781.L'NFURNISIIED porte awnings, an conditioning,
home lots, site lCD x <440
--- ---- and washer. Situated on one of ROUTE 48. EnJoy country living
laMlfled DlipUy .Rat Available : 3 bedroom house the nicest spots, in town. All for Real'EstateACREAGE $ In this lovely 2 bedroom home for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH

Star-AdvecaL.on R.q..tTbt reierve. the fenced yard Unit of :3 children $4500. Call Arrow Realty, 267-7037. with carpeted living and dining Trailer

>rlvllefe of reviling or reject,! $100 monthly I : 26H-I34. :J OR finished lots, city room large Florida room, furnished Move In now Livingat
which --- 30 FT. aluminum Spartanette In. room, Its be&t.CHRISTMAS.
my tilverlliem It deemi -- -- water and sewerage Baker kitchen utility
obJecllonable and to change tbe IRC 2 bedroom like new no small spection and make offer to J. T. 267.5530. work shop and a large 150 x 200
clarification of any ad vert I am cat children 267-6149. 68p lot facing
or1 pets. beautifully landscaped
Lally, Campsall's Trailer Park,
tram that ordered to o.afl arm to PARK
the policy of tbli paperThe m \ 925 Orlando Road. BUS INNESS AND living quarters. Route 44 The back yard is
Btar-Ad vocala will not be aliedroom 5W ft. highway, suitable for auto fenced. Priced at $$13,500()( with
reiponalble for more tba none In. UNFURNISHED townhouse I repair business, includes many $2600 down. Shown by appointment
correct Inaertlon nor will It be tiled bath electric i range] MOONLANDMobile tools also nursery, lumber Geo. M Barley Jr., Inc., 11 Miles West of Indian River

liable monte for to any a rreater error In extent e
267 1928 2 boats tractor other Phone Orlando 2751939
coat of the apace occupied by many 3622.
the Item In tbe adrertlmment.Bualneai Home Sales Items. Priced $22500. 29!ft'; cash.
IRC, 2 bedroom.<< large utility WHISPERING HaLS Modem 8
Perklss Realty 267-3940.
room, screened porch stove, refrigerator TitusvilleU.S. Services
Office 85 Main StreetDial Connell room, 2 bath, swimming pool
Mrs. 26T-7021 -
28 e x 82 land and trailer, water I
AM 7-0331 267.1388. 1 North of Overpass Included. 1st house of air conditioned fireplace, deep .
Ofdce Hour 1:00: to 5:30 $3550 east wen And an Income apartment SPECIALIZES I\:' painting trailers
radio station. where they sit free estimate
and work shop.
over 2 car garage:
Call 2674611 After 6 p.m.26770l1. .
Animals Mobile Home Ownt.rs ACREAGE FOR SALE Grounds completely landscapedand
SLEEPING ROOM for mem Private I : .
"M6th warned me not to talk to strangers. What's contain 120 trees, mostly orange
and baUx lS
POODLE CUPPING( and grooming 267-0968 entrance. $ < your name?" LIVE RENT 5 ACRES, located Nina\ area, plumosa palm and oak. FOR A HOLE in your roof or a

Call 2G73102 for appointment f- $1500 per ai '% down, balance Near golf course. Call 26T-2049. whole new roof, painting additions .

SINGLE BEDROOM private. entrance F Sale Help WantedMALE' FREE 5 yean.r.ralT'Wessner Real: t BEDROOM. 2 bath Dew, )lowdown and general repairs. All
refrigerator near shop
ty, 267.7125. Nicest section In work guaranteed, licensed and
Boats ForSalo ping "n rl: 2E76GS3.SLEEPING Titusville payment Forest Hills 2OT3564 bonded. 267-3411.
ROOMS and eflklen 17 USED 17" portable Zenith TV, HELP WANTED Invest $20 down payment and HOUSES FOR SALE INCOME TAX RETURNS

S' .8" FIBERGLASS overwood, $65 Can be purchased, on our INCOME. PROPERTY
cles for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- telephone or appointment.
only $20 and
mahogany deck complete 35 3400. "Easy pay plan". $5 down, $121 IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for pa monthly you FOREST HILLS 1 3 bedroom. 1-4 1 Licensed trained experienced.
will RESTAURANT AND bar Edgewat
buy and ,
hp Johnson and trailer. Good weekly. Goodyear Service Store bread route salesman. Call 2675635 possess your own bedroom, Florida rooms, air. :
K. Copeland
condition. air after 5:30: extra large full acre trailer lot. er, GA 82754. ;
$395. 267-7362. NEWLY FURNISHED conditloning 315 So. Hopkins, Tltusville, Florida p.m. conditioning. 267 6789.
__ _____ Become
-- your own landlord.Don't .
h TV Maid lervictt $25 2673013. and
LOTS- FOR SAUl INCOME! TAX bookkeeping
16FT. MARINE plywood runabout weekly. 2327 S. Washington. or WANTED PAPERBOYS for profit. tear up rent receipts each LEAVING AREA furnture and I service Resident 2673516 -

with 25 h.p. Kermath Sea Cub, call 2675407. FURNITURE able morning routes. Routes month. More titan 150 happy household items at sacrifice. Office 2673751 II. Burgess &
4 cylinder marine engine. all in available in most areas. Ages 12 families now reside in our Beau. Phone 267.2455. 1 ACRE lots, Spruce Hills $2750
BRAND NEW: overstocked. Must Associates
excellent condition. New Tee LOW rates, cieftn rooms for"workmen. I and over. Phone 267-6151. tiful Trailer Community. Only a cash. 11 building lots, located on I

Nee heavy duty trailer. $700.00 $10.3.. Call 2CT418* or 367- sell. 7 piece living room suites. ROUTE few lots left. Visit us and see GARDENDALF, :a bedroom, 2 paved at.reota.. $2300 etch, Call PAINTING
$119 77. 3 complete rooms $248.50, I SALESMAN, apply after Wessner Realty, 2677125.
cash complete. Ambrose 543 3992. for yourself the finest Mobile bath central heat and air. $850 I
Polaris Ave.. I.R.C. 2677913. no money down, easy terms Call 2 p.m.. Foremost Dairies. Home Park in all Florida. down, $11373 monthly. 2676477 'O"KT'CII' Tilt: DECORATINGand
RENT 2675735 Open Sunday, 10-6 IN Tilt: ('IK I IT !
WAREHOUSE FOR ---- -----
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I NA TI NAL-CORPORA T with CHRISTMAS PARK TITUSVILLE, $500 down for $2500 1'1'1t Hill JlIIH'I'I.. HKI'VR(1t14"I.IT.I> ('IMITYJMOHIItt ixVMI

Building & Const. STORAGE SPACE in metal build. rOOD USED 7 cu. ft. Philco, refrigerator fringe benefits needs a local Route 50 Christmas, Florida equity 3 bedrooms, 2 baths IN S II O( H YNOIH : PAPERHANGINGC

Ing on Nevins Court, rear of 2675557 :! truck driver familiar with weld. Phone Orlando 275-1727 large lot. 2673529.WESTWOOD N 4). 1'"lIIt
tOKtfl."I.: 10: so"\l.K
t: Of
N1DY CONSTRUCTION. residential Star.Advocate building. Avail. FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine Ing supplies. Will train. Excellent Direction 12 miles west of VILLAS- 3 bedroom BOSTON FEDERAL EAVINBCAND H. Frizzell

commercial and remodeling able Feb. 15th. See II. II. nude furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite future, write P. 0. Box 1945 screened Call LOAN ASSOCIATION: a1'11- 1120 Johnson St 267.3747
U.S. No.1& Titusville 1 bath porch.
12 years in Tltusville Licensed sony at Star Advocate. 7 piece dinette all only $13.85 Tltusville. on Highway: 50. 267.5522. lied States corporation Plaintiff
INCOME TAX returns prepared,
and bonded. Phone AM 2324.. month. Decor Furniture, 206
per va.
For Sale N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian River T.TUSVILLE, 3 bedroom 1V4 RAYMOND: R RAINWATER and< Phone 267-3183. $3 00 up.
I City. Phone 2677613. area Insurance debit. Must have bath modern kitchen selective PEGGY: E. RAINWATER bl. wife,
Camping; HuntingBUY car sober and reliable. Call Mel. etali
12 FT. Catamaran $75. 10 ft. bourne Friday collect. 723-2661 TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE neighborhood, $750 down take Defendant tales and service. Pinking shearsetc.
aluminum John boat $5(). Air over payments. 267'1874. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Phone AM 7'2244o
BREVARD COUNTY :MAPS 7238332.DRUG ibarpened
OR rent a folding tent camper conditioner, $:II). Phone 267-9982. __n___ ._ TRAILER LOT AND Cabana punuant to a Final Decree of Mori-
sleeps 5, stove, sink, icebox -- --- -- These maps include intricate details EDGEWATER bedroom home, gale iortclonin dated January 29vliti "
tackle and
Dduble J. Campers. 2476 Old 250 AMPS AC arc welder, complete > of shore lines, lakes rivers, cameraman fenced yard. 267. -7481 close to Indian River and good and entered la CissneeryCase Continued Next Pat
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No 2tttol of the Circuit Court of the
Dixie Highway Phone 2671584.. 1_ $90, 230 Beverly' _Street. rural; homes, marshy lands air. I Excellent for full starting time employment salary LOT 100 x 200 north of Mime, fishing $7500 Park Avenue Ninth Judicial Circuit In and for
opportunity 103 E. Park Ave, Edge.
Realty, lirevaril County Florida warrrtnB01TON
clean"er $1500 cash. Call Wessner Realty,
.. Child Care CLEANING EST- CARPET: beacons, section and township I for rapid advancement water. FM: >fcKAL (ffAVIVQ

etYOBIIUvelu: used so I1arec\: : \ ?. lines, etc. Ares. covered by each I !. Many company benefits 267-7125 AND LOAN ASSOCIATION: a, I'filled INVESTORSINVESTIGATE
I t Apply Eckerds Drugs, Pirtle TRAILERS FOR RENT IV Tilt: CIHftlT COURT OF HIEMxrn : Stale corporation la Plaintiff
municipality Is shown, also rail and RAYMOND: R RAINWATER
CARE Jiimiti riKtiiT. ix.AM
CHILD by bour. day or I shampooer $1. O'nanl an Furniture Plaza, Titusville and PEGGY E. RAINWATER nil

week ndian River Heights. 307 So. Wash. reads, canals, and government i WANTED"EXPERIENCED LIKE NEW 10 X 48, private lot, MUltlUt) t'OK. HKiVtHI lOlST\'j wife are Defendanta. 1 will .II to

AM 5766.. I reservations, along with inset mechamcs couple only, $100 monthly includes IN ('HIMKKY. NO tlllJ: I the hlcheat and l beat bldler for 30 acres prime for develop.
STUDIO UPRIGHT Piano recon preferable Ford Me THE NEW YORK BANK FOR each at the Front door of tID e'
For RentARTICLES ditioned term One repossessed maps for, greater. l1e\all.\ ) get (of Cotter Motor 2672112. trailer space. Mims. Call i SAYINGS formerly The New yard County. Courthouse. In lbs City ment or trailer park Very I

I new piano' guaranteed, small' ine two sections) mailed any. -26'7-16--or 2673485.Moving ----- corporation York Mavlnfa, Hank a New York of Florida 7ltuavllIe.at 11.00 County A M.,of on Brevard the 17tl realistically priced at only
monthly payments. Baby granff, where for SALESMAN EXPERIENCED for day of with
FOR RENT 110. Order from Plalntlft Fberuary 19t14. the following $1,500 per acre terms.
kitchen cabinets, salary, car al StorageLOCAL described .
reconditioned $Z95. ".. property aa act forth In
FOR RENT KIRK SCHOOL, OF MUSIC Star Advocate. lowance commission and bonus CARL DEE YATE9 also known atCAKL aald Final Decree of Mort a|. Fore- 8'/fc acres with frontage on
Married and settled In Brevard. D YATES and BETSY clonure to-wlt:
AND LONG distance
movers -
2126 W. Tropic 267-6385
lot T. Block IT. Ave. priced at
Floor Sanders Polishers KATHAI.EE-I: YATES alto known CROWN Magnolia ,
No other need apply. Call for .
Moving, storage packing EIGHTS: 81'BDI VISION,
Phone AM 7 3255 WALNUT BEDSTEAD box For Sale Rent appointment, AL 44218 or 783. shipping cold fur storage crating u Defendant FIRST ADDITION: accord Inr $300.00 per front foot with

spring, mattress, .$25. 267-0533. or 8759 Free estimates. 267.3341. NOTICK': TO IIiCPNI:. > to the Plat thereof. aa recorded plenty of depth.
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET Brevard TO: CARL DEE YATES also In Plat Book 13: Pact. III of
2 KEROSENE heaters, Boss brand, WANTED 2 experienced Chevro. -.-----Mayflower.-- known a. CARL D YATES. and the Public. Records of Brevard 10 acres on Route 46, 4 miles .
Baldwin Shopping Center $10 each. Call after 5. 267.3523. 3 BEDROOM, 21 living room, playroom 'let mechanics. Apply Service BETSY KATHAI N VATI'S: .Kino County Florida together with
the !)50.00
following of Mims $
-- patio i bath, central 1 neat Manager, Gus Faulk. Chevrolet.Instructions : Position WantedBASS known aa KATHALEEN: YATES Bunlan Wall :Heater SL 35 8 A west ,
his wifeYOIT : :
APARTMENTS FOR RENT THIS IS NOT A GIMMICK Re and airconditioning IV* acre per acre.
Model Swing INeedlt land. 2671788. GUITAR player desires ARE HEREBY NOTIFIES All permanently Installed Including .
ROOM apartment. 602 Tropic ral-O-Matic;: Zig Zag, Does Dec ------ --- work 3 or 4 nights a week. Ex. to filed take aialnat notice I you that In a the suit above baa been entitled the building. and ap.purtenancea 8 acres in town, sanitary

orative Sewing Makes Buttonholes perienced new equipment. Call Court The nature of tbs suit located thereon to. and water available.
;; gother with sewer
UNFURNISHED, 1 bedroomTVuilbath : NICE FURNISHED 2 bedroom NEW AUDIO VISUAL ground furniture turn
la action to foreclose a real ealate -
267 7135 after
Sews On Buttons, Monograms p mOLD l hlng. and
fixtures situate.. Ideal l site for garden type
home. Reasonable. ,.
and kitchen. All modern. Embroiders Etc. Without Quay Broyles school class for private and mortgao held by The New therein.! and located
305 Julia, I Inquire I Florida Attachments., Assume Remaining Sottsmoor Florida. 11 miles commercial pilots. Will be itart York Hank,for which RavIng. a New la Yorkcorporation DATED this 8rcl day thereoniw4 of February.Court apartments. Total price,
mortgage recorded -
Theatre. north of Tltusville. mid at Titusville. :
Ing February
3 Payments Of $8.00. In Official Record I Book 494. ( Real I) $50000.,
Ph. Credit 7-5330. Cocoa airport For further information I LADY of 58 excellent Page 868 Public Records of Brevard CLRTH
Mgr.AM --- ----- R BARNES
APARTMENTS AND trailers. call 6368740 or 267- County. FlorIda. The name of the Clerk of the Circuit. 3 plus acres in prime location -
Weekly monthly rates. Adults house 4240. After 6:30 Call AL Court In which suit proierdlnga l II H ,'d Court
ENVELOPES Builnesi Sizes 3 BEDROOM separate din. : p rn pending la the Circuit Court. of the revs County Florida with sewer and water
on1. 504 GardeD.FLORIDIAN Also Kraft Envelopes 'WIth clasp Ing room, family room and patio, 47783. Instrument ground school typist, pretty fair bookkeeper Ninth Judicial. Circuit. In and for BY BerlIn DEPUTY Roil available, on paved street
Vi acre lot. 1830 S. Smith Drive. class also in planning stage. Brevard County. FlorIda. In chancery C"Ot.'RHION: Ie C'LER
APARTMENTS. close for mailing. Full itock at Star. Phone 267-6921. no. 27416. The deicrlpllon of S2a t'orty-Ftrat COURSHON and priced at $22,000.
in, efficiencies weekly monthly Advocate. Lost likes meeting people desires the real property In Brevard Counly, :Miami Beach Florida Street 33149
rates air conditioned 417 Julia Florida. Involved In said proceeding. Feb. 5 (Wed) 1504. Let us show you these de.
described In the Complaint )I. aa 1-
Str et. "COOL CAR," alrconditloner: for part.time or full.time position. follnwa: sirable properties todayREALTORS.

V.8 Chevrolet, complete, $.'10.: Sale or Trade KEY CHAIN. 5 keys Big Apple Lot 7, mock s. Forreat Hill E. GIVE .. .
DUPLEX FOR RENT 2670620 after 5pm.FURNITURE. Plaza. Reward. 2675177. Sates. according to the Plat US YOUR :
I Enjoys working and also needs thereof a* recorded In Plat LISTINGS
FURNISHED, 2 bedroom duplex. 1960 DODGE Phoenix A1 condl- AQUA MAGNETIC"surveying in. Hook 12. Page 81. Public Record WE
267-4397. strument in leather case with of Brevard County Florida. win friends getting
tion 1 Can be financed I
___ __ owner. the money AMherst 71674. together with the following Items
shoulder strap. Vicnity of results. :
book price Call 267 5476. ltJt
of property which are located In and
CHOUSES FOR RENT Whispering Lakes. Return to permanently In.talled .a part of the FREE APPRAISALS I Ii'

Star-Advocate. :', Improvement on sell. land:
1 BEDROOM small house, furnished ., Help Wanted Range Heater; permanently In- !
1121Mi Indian River Ave. 3 rooms of fine furniture- Mailed CAMPBELL
You. are required to file your.
267 3570. B piece bedroom suit, 7 : LOOKING FOR A Answer or other deren.lve pleadingwith ASSOCIATES INC. II : : ?
EXPERIENCED SALES clerk Apply the Clerk of tbe above named ,

piece living room group and Frederick's, 211 Hopkins. I REALESTATE LARGE HOME? Court plaintiff and' serve attorney a copy. Whlttaker thereof upon and I REALTORS
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5 piece dinette All for Pyle whoae addreaa lai 210 S. Washington Ave. 412 Main St. Tltusville, Fla.

HARVEY Only REAL ESTATE salesman licensed Investigate the potential of Suite 304 lull Eaat Colonial Drive TITUSVILLE I 2675000)
permanent, witli wonder. this desirable 4 bedroom, 3 not Orlando.later than Florida the 17 day of Febru-. 267-7323 Any Time

REAL ESTATELICENSE $13.85 ful opportunity for high earningsand bath home, with closed gar uary 1M4. a* required. by law else I I I
advancement with large organization a Decree Pro Confeiao will be entered
Draw against com age. Log burning fireplacein airalnet you. .
SCHOOLStart I room air conditioned In \Vllneia Whereof I have hereunto I
P.t No. mission Arranged for right man. living let my hand and affixed my

this Tuesday 7PM. DECOR Call 2677746, Tttusvillo for appointment I and heated, with official aeal at Tltuivllle Brevard "North Brevud's Oldest Real' Estate Service"
level :3 bedroom 2
Split County. Florida this It day ofJanuary.
attend first session as our guest extras. Priceis
many, many isbI.CurtIs .
bath schools and
HOWELL'S FURNITURE near shop- only $25,500 and there is R Barn..
ping extra. nice, nice CLERK CIRCUIT COURT &tu
BUSINESS COLLEGE I Indian River City MALE AND FEMALE an existing mortgage of Hrevard County, Florida Coa
rumpus room $1,000.00 $23,200. Only $2.300 in cash (COURT SEAL) 1'Z.JleqcJl.
JIlt S. Wash (U.S. 1) Phone 267.T6U down handles. By Bertie HallDeputy .
267::11r; needed to move right in. Clerk Jlc:,
206 N. Magnolia Are. Jan 15. 22. 29 Feb. 5 (Wed) 19C4
EARN $20 PER DAY or more in 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, on 100x T.lephon.AM .
permanent route work. Will trainman Call today for appointmentto
lot 14 trees
orange '.2011
or woman if Inexperienced. see.
Write Mr. Heath Box 2766, nice location, 900000.
SEE Memphis 3, Term "
OAKWOODTODAYI 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, hard- :' 1. If you are considering a home in the North Brevard

FEMALE HiLP WANTED wood floors throughout.Extra J r.ftp WANTED area, call one of our trained, experienced sales staff

I quarters for mother- l to conduct a tour t for' family over the entire
in-law, near Indian River, "FOREST HILLSESTATES"
WANTED EXPERIENCED colored $17,500, with terms. 'EIIllAtT. J area. We have- new. and older homes, in nearly

Featuring; maid motel work' Apply! every section with price and terms to fit almost
: norR
in Palms Motel, We have several income ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT budget.

2401 S. Wash._ _Ave._____ properties ranging in priceto $3000 Per Lot! any
I LARGE 15' z 110' .e LARGE POOL n suit your needs. rk"t::...:.. .....,..,... S3, CHAS. JANNARONE 2. AT LASTI! The home so many requested. Three

BEAUTICIAN WANTED, part 412 Main S'. THusvflle Fla. bedrooms, two! "baths, dining area and breakfast
I"I LOTS W1TH t S1IUfFLEBOA1U1 timel Raymond Beauty Lounge, 5 and 10 acre parcels, all Shopping Center
kitchen with built in
Indian River Plaza with good road frontage Phone 267 3000 AM 7-3441 nook. Large modern range

CENTRAL WATER h1ORSESHOES; Etf --- --------- .00 down. I and oven, dishwasher and disposal. Double garage
from $1000
I REFINED WOMAN (white), aged and screen porch.: Air conditioned and central heat.

30-50 to manage and mind home, LEARN[ EARN Situated on lot 165 x 265 (one acre plus). Paved
must be free to live In. References ARROWREALTY street and trees galore. 8 minutes from Titusville.

; $95DOWN $30 MONTHLV I for steady right well person paying write position M I Secretarial Courses Choose your colors' fixtures etc. 14500.00 with

C., P. O Box 342, Titusviile.i good terms. Shown by appointment only.
TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Tltusville go north on 3. Listings wanted on any nice properties.
:U.S. 1 to Mm. Continue north on U.s. 1 lor one more WAITRESS over 21. Call WANTED.after must 11 a.m. Now Forming J

;mile to out entrance on right. For free Information 267.2473.
call 267-5586. 311 North Dixie Highway f.van.emWd' .& ?ifAniieacinc..

WANTED CLERK.STENO, must Indian River City

OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! must have knowledge of typing AM 7-7037 COLLEGE REALTORS INSURORS
;: DRIVE and shorthand. !Mutt be able to

meet public, excellent\ working Don R. Mancini Broker Washington 267-1181! Dial.AM, .7. 2011 Hay .Night or lIoUdaysr
: AGENTS ON 'PROPERTY TIL DARK conditions. Apply City SlaB 525 1528 S.

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I WHnJiy Classified, February 5, 1914 Adtiseme-o;;; :;; I I PUBLIC NOTICES :t, New Books [Listed ,I Obesity (an For young much example people oiorp heart than roii\ ,iou is attacks generally!among are

reali*<>ii, In young women, the

I At [Library |: Shorten LifeFat c.'ianccs. of complications during ,'

Continued From Pr.cdng, Pagi Used Cars & Trucks I pregnancy and childbirth are considerably

IN Tnt: riHClIT (OIKT. MNTHJlrltK IX IIIIC: IKCVIT Cdl'KT OF TIlE': The: following new books have is out of fashion except for increased by over- I.1
Services %HI> I elI' >' TV M.tmill.VLAVERN II ADD SUIt IIHKVAKI :- bern rt-coiv. I'd at the Tltusvllle' laughs as anyone who looks at weight.::

57 Ford Wagon $225- 8 ",\1 1Kb ... 51853BOSkS lOfNTVlltASTKH Public Iibr.ir : TV. movies or clothing advertisements .
58 Plymouth ,$250 ANN ELlE.t: SItERRED.181: \* "0. td.DW' Th* one Immediate cause of
}' nllttv. "Mir let: .r chIt Adult Charley Weaver's family must t know. But more Important .
53 Pontiac Wagon .$200 ., FEDERAL NATIONAL WORTUAU obesity Is taking In more calories .
PAINTING satisfying: work.expert.Estimates reliable and 54 Ford Wagon . $100 EfGF..NE 8HERRED ASSOCIATION, a torpor album by Cliff Arquette; The it can seriously endanger than the body consumes. But

glad 54 Plymouth Sedan .SlOG: Defendant atlon organlaed and exlallng under Tcrezin Requiem by Josef nor; health and life. -----
ly. AM I 7-0776. au Act uf \onllre.: purauant to thi there are many indirect causes.
52 Buick Sedan ,$100 :\0'1'1(11: TnI'I.t.1I Federal National Morta-ege Aiaoe A Treasury of Holiday Plays for "Obesity present for many by Cop Fred lawton, Diraclor
53 Pontiac Sedan $100 TO: Larern Eugene sherrewwhom This Is why you should see your
FREE LP bottled gas installation. More cheap ones la plava., Penniylvanla of. r Mld
209 N. U. S. No.1. Titusville. Browning Auto SalesIndian | ton Dlitrlct of Columbia Business in action by Adrian A. with an increased( mortality rate & Americo'l Cup
Ton ire hereby notified that a PlaIntiff all means don't try to ;
Suburban Propane Gas Service. U. S. 1 Complaint for I Divorce and, rhllil v.. Paradis ; The Last Confucian by and decreased life expectancy" pres. championihip tailing moilM' ,

2676411. River City Custody ban been filed agalnit you. CHARLES N. SMITH, JR., ..n,1B cribe jour own diet or follow fad .
Doris Warner; Operation Piracyby warns Dr. T. Paul Haney, Direct '
267-1520 and you are required ierve a copy TTY a SMITH, hla wife, anilKAIKKY diet* for weight reduction They C'AUL.1C: / I
NIDY CONSTRUCTION CO. Concrete or y ouranawero r pleading to anul. ,, : L. HARRKNTINK. JHand Paul Somers; The Proud Air or Brevard County Health Department pA.Jvji.r .,
the Plnlntlffa attorney often dangerous and usually
Complaint on filA'lA M. IJAItllKNTI.NE. his are
work masonry, roofing William It. Roumltree, TIVUalr by Jessica! Iyon For example, persona
FORD BEACHBUGGY, wide do not work In the long run Your .
carpentry and remodeling. Arcade, Cocoa }FlorliU awl
Defendanti. Naked Came by David Weiss; 45 to 50 years of age with only
Phone AM 72326. wheels, $125 worth parts sell or fll. the original pleading or inwir STATE OP FLORIDA doctor is best fitted to work out
trade 2671416. In the olftoo of the ClerK ..l tau TO: 11." INKY L. HARRBNTINK.: J. D. Salinger:;: by Warren French; Ji) pounds of excessive! weight r'" ..> ... ' when _
Circuit Court on or before the 1J lit, and, SYLVIA M. UAHHKNT1NK Tartans by Christian Hasketh have death 8 your individual nerds.: And -
Used Cars & Trucks FORD TRACTOR, new clutch, new day o' February 1964. If you fill to hla wife realdenceunknown ; a rate percent higher that excess baggage is gone, you ..: ::= : !: 4

brakes, new rear axle, $795. 267- do ao. JudginenI: : by dcfuit wiil betata.a i la.t known residence. ABC of Driftwood by Florence M.\! than the average; 20 pounds rals. :;: ,
agalnat you for ite relief ,te' Will hi Wavealy, Tucson will not only feel 1 better you will .--
NICE 61 Volkswagen sedan. load 4483. mandeil, In the Complaint. Arliona. Schaffor; Your Body its Anatomy es it to 18 percent; 30 pounds to : :

ed with extras from original Done and tJrder..tI.t TltuavllK You are. hereby notified that a and :\utrition( by Christian A. Ii percent, and 50 pounds te) 56 look better.HRfcVARD .J_.... '.-\
owner. first $1095 takes it. 1954 CHEVROLET good transport Florida, thin U day of January. l'JC4.tCourt : cult haa bees. tiled agaiset you and -::_ :; :
2G7-2183. tation $100. 2670309. fienl ('harlel N. Smith, Jr. and U..tty ai Ilovile, PhD and S. William Kalb percent. COUNTY! MAPS ... --- : -

Curtla Clerk of R.Ihe Darnea Circuit Court. Smith Ma wife. 1 1tllUil In the .bo.n- M. D. ; Energy) by :Mitchell Wilson Obese persons die from heart These maps 'include Intricate detail --t----- ""---- -- .
: and that
emu you are required -
19T.2 FORD Falcon truck 1000.
57 CHEVROLET Belair automatic 2676819. Ur vnr 4-barrcl carburetor "4-door one C. M. SpencerDeputy! pleading with Inn Clerk
Cleric 18.10 by Deenng Davis: Tho Ele. frequently than those! rural homes, marshy lands. air- "
owner 2672455. of thin Court and to nerve a copy more SPA RIAIGi. '
53 JEEP station wagon new tires, William H. RousdtreeAttorney thereof upon tha Plaintiff or Plain anor Roosevelt we remember by of normal weight. Corpulence can beacons lection and township Y."EXCESSIVE I' ,
19S7 CHEVY Belaire convertible clean body, runs good 267-6246, for Plaintiff tiff' Atlorneye, WhOM name and e4c1Lk7N; 44'1. ;, '
$225. 7 .II.lr .Arcale .. la Crofton. Urewer Hal Helen l Uahagan Douglas. also lead to higher dealt rates lint' ete. Area covered by each
58,000 original miles. Like new PooL Office Box 226 ,
land 6O Palm Avenue Tlluavllle. IAV'it'1'
condition. Call 2671542. Cocoa Florida Florida, not later than. Feb. 10 19t14. Ju\enile Meet Soviet Russiaby from diabetes pneumonia liver municipality Is shown also railroads I

61 PONTIAC Safari wagon excellent Jan 1J. 22: 19. F.b.I/ (Wtil, ) 14.IV If you, fall toll 0 aO. a Decree fro John Gunthcr; The Peg-Leg disease and degenerative arthrU canals, and government $WtLLS r" 11'$ vttotc4,5av'

1954 CHEVROLET. 4 door. Belair condition terms. 2G7-1403 Conl..o will b rnl..r.d 4 a..ln.t you .
Pirate of Sulu by Cora Cheney
for the relief demanded In tbe com ged tin among other afflictions. reservations, along with Inset .
new transmission starter, generator Tilt: CIKC'TIT ( Ot HT or TIlE': 10
battery tires, tune-up. Wanted To Buy AIXTII Jl UK l\l. IIK tar, IS plaint. Thla. The tult real la to property foredo proceeded amortgage. ; Spanish Fairy Tales by John But the clangors of excess fat maps for greater: detail. Set (of
.tMI' Hilt InIta'.\ tItle I UI >1) John
Marks Lot'sisit Chile by
S350. 2675924. .IU'UII \ ancIent lai, : arc not limited to middle age. the two sections) mailed anywhere

USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto < ll\>(> XV M>. 47(1111( Lot p'our (Ii), Section one <1), !IC. CnUlwt'll.! Tho Saints and your for $1.10. Order from SAFETY MAKES A HAPPY SHIP
KNOU.W001> GARDENS 81'B- Practically all the disorders mentioned
Parti. AM 7-3686. :
lIThE Ot' KflT
DIVIsION according to tha name by Joseph! (Juadflles; Bandoleer Star-Advocate.
I v rim E: riRCTIT ('I" HT OK TIIKMM'II SUSAN MANTKLI.. olat I thereof recorded In Plat here can occur at any age. __ I
IKdIT, I INMI Plaintiff. by (Dorothy Potter! Benedict -- ---
.lll>HI\l. Wanted To Rent Hook IS. page 10. Publl Recorda -
.\ KOK IfKKl: \ Kim ('U'STIIIKII' \ V. of Urevanl. County Florida. In Place of Katia by Mara
\. A 1.110: Quaker. heater, ModelNo.
III \'('tK: Y *(). 'Z7 :lH TEACHERS, COUPLE, want nice I>efendant., TKJI-4010, Serial! No 6MJ1:, Kay; All About Maps: and Map- I
>OTICK: OF \I.E furnished house or apartment.Call TO: EDWARD DAVID MANTKLLYOU : : w/oulBlile itoraga lank; contained making by Susan Marsh ; Jungle;: Club/ & Lodge Noticesc.e n
NICK DEAN and YVONNKCL.AIRU C. Reynolds.I Parkway Jr. ARK hERESY' : NUTI l'n 1> In dwelling on above delcrlbed .
: DEAN his wife that a a itt for divorce hu. bi'rn lund lAnimal by Frank Buck's; lIart -
Plaintiff. High. filed ai>.ln.t you In the Circuit WITNESS: band and leal of
-v.. --- _ _ _ Court of the Mnttl Judicial <'trcult.In aald Court at my Tltuavllle Drevard t bar's Cousin that rascal Arthur -- .- --- --- -- -----
I). GIBB8 ROLAND and SHIRLEY Work Wanted and for Hrevard, County, 5"icrilo.entitled County Florida. thla 20 day of January ,by Laurent d le runhoU.I ---- ---- YORK-RITE BODIES
U. HUL.ANU, bin wife. SUSAN MANTKLL IMaln- l'M14
Defendant tics, Va. KIUVAHU DAVIS MAN- CURTIS n. BARNES I The library also has the Executive ROTARY CLUB TITUSVILLE GARDEN CLUB

Notice I In hrrrhy given pursuant DAY WORK or regular.I 2671766. TELL! Defendant Chancery No. Clerk of tha Circuit Court ia'vi Of North Brtvard County
!: Reports.t ( ;
to a Final Decree of For.clo.ur.. 2764M. You are hereby required In Hrevard County Florida t5{ MEETS THURSDAY rlrolea 2ndMnndav
dltpil February :l. 1I awl. enteredIn BASS GUITAR player desires work nerve a copy ot your .n.wer or Uy : Sterile HallDeputy t 11:18 P. M.! Genrral mulling ell
other written defeniea to the. Complaint Clerk 1I : cC (Uf't. Nov.. Feb.. March ; :
Chancery Cans No. 272.J8 of the Indian River Chapter No. 27
4 nights week. Experienced I .
3 or a filed herein upon JiMtlce.McCarey (COURT1 BKAI.) May. Time and 1 place to beannoe'.uui.
Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial
Circuit In aid, for Hrevard County new equipment. Call 267- Travera Attorney for Jan. 23: 20, Feb. 5. 12 (Wed.) 1904. Printed Pattern Whisporlng Hlll Country Club .:..., a'ic'.' Hoard lad Tumila) ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Plaintiff, 5. 0, Hox B42: Cocoa thru .
ach! month. Oclnher May.Mm
7135 after 6
{ wherein
Florida NICK 1 DI2AN 1 and p.m.
DOLL CLOTHES Dick Simonet. 1'rci.
Bench, Flnrldo, and to file the original
YVONNE: CLAIRE lEAN bin wife, IN TUB rmrriT COURT OP TIlE I Clifford Voder High Prktt
thereof In the offIce of the 11. T. Walker, Sec'y I A Hl oll. F'reeileoISORORITY
are Plaintiff awl I) GIRDS 1 llo-
:MNIII .Hl lile l l\l. Clrtl'IT. IN
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Itrevarcl Gill Wllllama Secretary
LAND and SHIRLEY O. ROLAND. I If f have real estateto .\ ItnK IIHK\\llll: tOlMTV, .
you County Florida. on or before --- - --
hli wife, are Defendant. I will neil
the 24 day of February A.I 1904.1IKHKIV : S I.OHlliV No. 6 Moot! 3rd Wednesday Ti3J: P. M. t tIt
to the hlghent and bent hldder for Titusvillo Chap.
01155(51(5' Ni) truis
sell or if are : FAil. NOT or a D"oren
coils at the rant door of the Fire.Card you Pro Confecio will be entered uKalttat, GENE W. I.OUTHAN BETA SIGMA PHI Masonic Temple, Tltuivlllo''

County Courthouie In Hrevard looking for choice real you for the. relief prayed for In aaldXJlsV : Plaintiff 0. E. S. Meeting lit and 3rd
County. Florida at 11:30: o'clock v.. 7:30 P.M. --- -
Thursday :
A.M., on February 21 1W4, the following (. .! HIRAM COUNCIL No. 13.
classi- VIOLET KLOSS. XI ..I.T Ml' ,,
;I dencribed; property an net estate, use our tu.vllle. Florida, thin 21.1 day of. Defendant OnrU. I.eiiltorler
torlh In iiald Final D< to-wlt Matron R. & S. M.
rree. : January: A. D. 19t1 4. SOTIPE OK" HI IT Worthy I l-re.lilenl
Lot 1. Block O. TRADEWINDU/ fied columns. CURTIS R. BARNES'! TO: JEAN! M. I.Ol'THAN Mm. Mary Alice kltl. .'.. ",,'Iy. tlltIMAMTIIKT R. V. Bakaa
HOMES; SUBDIVISION: according Clerk of the Circuit Court for YOT AI1K: HKKKBIf NOTIFIEDthat Meeta lot and, 3rd Tiie.ilay. I I'M. \ O MIT It OH Thrice
to Flat thereof a. found recurded Hrevnrd County 110rldaIly a lult for divorce haa been at Maaonlc TempleIndianRiycr : Mary June. Demotelreelileet Master
In Plat Book 11, Page 18 Bertie Hall filed In the Circuit ,
Public Record of Brevard !l'4 TIIt"OKrilT ( ill KTITII I Deputy Cleric Court 1a the tNrI':. Judicial Circuit; AM 1-111:1: Gill William, Recorder -; '
County Florida: excepting there.from Jl 1)11) ( I 1\1. I IKCI I Ir.IoI l : VM HIKIIKNt.tKII (Court Seal) In anil, for Hrevard County, Florida, lIlt EeliiIi.
a part of aalil Lot t I. Block/ : I 01 'T1. H.OKIIM. Jin. 22. 2t.! Feb. 6, 13 (Wed.) 1964.IV entltlm! GENE M. I.OPTHAN, ( ....e.l'ren. Meets 2nd Wednesday or. 739|: >> P.M.
O, and being a atrip of land 4' V. JEAN: -
Plalnllfr M. LOUTHAN
. fret eadjacentan d parallelto l I'>" (CHAM: KH: M). *5"II1 TRUCKBItOKERw Defendant., Chancery No. S75IIJ. You ,t"I 1.21011 Masonic Temple, Cocoa ,?

the common line Dividing CENTRAl. FLORIDA TIIK: I'IKI"IIT I ( OI liT 1)1' TIlE': I are hereby required to aerre a Lodg. No. 90 1'111 I II'::1',\ SlIT :'
..1<1 Loin 1 and 2 of aald Block : INC.. A Florida corporPlalntlfft- I :, lTlIJl'lItI. IIKdir. IN copy of your an.wer or other F. A A. M. >.. (tale' lIeu re.I'renklenh BRVARli: COMMANDERY

O, and; extending from Japonica atlon, \ .\MI' KIK I lKl.I \HI (HINT: written def eunea. to Ihe Complaint 5(11511e I_ __ No. 24 x: T.
ittf 2nd & 4rh Thursdays! 7:30 .
Drive to the rear lot line. H. \. flIP herein upon Ju.tlce, MI,- : -
(COl'RT 8KAL) C/F v. < II \,e.NII. SlIm Carey & Travera. Attorney fur Masonic Temple
Cl'RTIS R. BARNES .ROBERTS. IN KKl DistrIct No. 3? Lacy Ramer Eminent Commind'r
k. Defendant. ; ADOPTION OF Plaintiff. P. () Box 642 Cocoa Jimea II. Htewirt, Mailer
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT TKRRI: LEE ()pMO !$ Heath. Florida, and to file the. original \
COURT NOTICK: OK KOKKCI.OSl UK that WU.KNotice by ROBERT LEE LITTLE, JR., thereof. In the office of the W Frank DaHen, a.i-fy. Florida Nurses Ann.Mttti Gill Wllllami, Recorder
la hereby given
By BertU HallDeputy certain final decree pur-of and ('.;CILIA FRANCES:/: Clerk of the. Circuit Court of Bre ---- -
Clerk luant foreclaaure to .a heretofore entered la the LYTTLK, hi. wife vard County Florida on or before j014 ? Second Tu.i.of M..la 4th WodnoaJay. 7i30 P.M.
Feb. 5 (Wed.) la64. p..tltlon.rs.CITII" the 17 day of February, A .D. 1U 4. j
Clr- ,
Ninth Judicial MalefiC CotoaPILOTCLUD1
Circuit Court. I Tomplo,
JuniorrChamberOf each month p.m. "t
oult, In and for Brev.rd County.Flnrlda : OF A 1101"1111I'RIW.KUIoIWoj) :\ HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Decree
: : Pro Cunfeaao will be entered.
again. .
I In a certain cause therein f'uhllo Health Building< Palm AvenunpreaUlent -
TO: Bonnl OeMoaaKeiluVnce ,. Commerce
you for the 'lIot prayed for In .aidComplaint. .
Plaintiff I.CENTRAL la
wherein the
WE pending unknown Dorothy Fnraur, II !N
BUILD FLORIDA TRUCK McrretaryCZECHOSLOVAK.. ))orl" Mlllner, RN.I'hno. .
NOTIFIED: DONE: AND ORDERED at Tltuavllle Earl Spencer, Prtt.Sttv .
BROKERS INC., and tha Defendoant
the that tine above n.ned I'.Ullonpr. Florida. ihl. 14 day of January AM T-Mria\ Mri. Betty Jon., Pr...
TO SUIT YOU b.v. filed a Petition In tbe above A. I>. 1964.CURTI Pantano S.'yCitizens --- -
; Chancery No. 27017.) tha uDder..llned .
.Iyled Court for the adoption of R. BARNES
Bank Building Meeting 1st and 3rd
inorder Wednesdays
Clerk of said Court will -
the .
minor chIll named hereIn and Clerk of the Circuit Court foBrevard
On Your Lot to aailufy said final 4 ecree, offer yoU are required to .how oauae why County Florida.COURT I klceti Every Thursday 7:30: P.M; AMERICAN CLUB 12:00: Dixie Hotel
for cole and aell at public out-
the. aame ahould not be ranted by ( HEAL) Of Titusville
cry to the hl.h..t and bent billd..r'or frying a copy of your written doren. By Bertie Hall -- Executive Board Monday
511 Granriia Ave.
A New Home cub I the foll..IDI de.crlb.dp..r.onal ..a. K any, upon Charlea K.Hroome. Deputy, Clerk TITUSVILLE POST NO.1 1 1r Before 1st Wednesday

I property pr..ntly loc.tedhi ot' Crofton. Brewer A Hal- Jan. 15 22 i!t. Feb I (Wed ) 1964. Iteatilur, mvrllnaa 2nd Wedneaday of
Orange County Florida In the
A New RoomWe cuitoriy of the Sheriff to-wlt. : !land,Florida, Hit Attorneya Palm Avenue for Petitioner.Tllunvllle. IN TIIK: nRC'llT Cll HT OF" 'I IlK:: a AMERICAN each month Hall ot'en.aa'h Tueailay TITUSVILLB

One 4O foot Oreat Dan. UU.Trall..r. and by filing the original thereof :MM I"II It 1'1(111.I C'IKt'IT. 1'1 Thurxley antI Saturday evening at
will furnish plans. and make Serial number 7659 with the Clerk of laid Court on or .( :Ml SInK IIHa.1 SKI ( IILNr> e p.m. PUBLIC LIBRARY
Such ante ahall be at the East before the lint KIHIII t. LEGION Hlavke Ilehm
of ,
day February
loan arrangements with no Front Door of the Brevard I County IW4: : otherwlae, a Decree may be ( IISneI'.K: "' Si<>. tltlHXOTITK ----- 1421 Draa Road
down payment. Give us a call Courthouie In the city of Tltuivllle., entered .,.In.l you granting aald \ H Harry Teetrlrk. Corndr. VETERANS OF WORLD WAR I flOURS:
Florida on the 17th day of February adoption KENNETH BANNISTER W\ Paul Byara, Adjutant BARRACKS 117 Mon. thru Fri. 9 8:00
No Obligation lixt-l. at ll:3n: o'clock AM. \VITNES8 my hand, and teal of rumtirj Mnet. lat and 3rd Tueedny a.m. : p.mj

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have aid Court at Tltuavllle. Hrevard "" Legion Hall I p.m.Woman'sCIub. Mcotj first Wednelday Saturday 9 a.m..: 5:39:: p.mj
2676789J. hereunto net my hand and tbe teal County, Florida, thla 21at day of OLIVIA BANNiaTER: ----- : each month, American
of thin Honorable Court at Tltuivllle anuaey, 1964.CURTIS. Defendant fj Legion Hall with Covered tituavillo Lodge No. 1962 .. .
Florida thin 3rd day of February .
M. CHEWNING W4. Clerk of Circuit R. BAKNEft Court TO: Mr. Nora Olivia Bannl.terro Printed Pattern 9370 For of Dish Luncheon, 1 pm Loyal Order Ol ,

Construction Co. CURTIS R. BARNES Uy Bertie HallDeputy Aleywne L.O J Pepper. Com dr. Pel MOOSEM
Clerk or the Circuit Court ofBrevard Clerk 116 Avond.l.to..1 dolls U. 18, IS 20, 23 incite Titusville, Inc. Tom Watson Qm. )
Andernon, South Carolina leate state -tize. ,
County Florida. (Collrl Se.UI.n. Tu.id I '
647 Highland Terrace By: Bertie HallDeputy 22. 29. Fob. 5. 12 (Wed.) 1984. You are hereby notified that a FIFTY CENTS in. coins tot' frets 1st Monday of Each Month -- -- ---- -- / p.m.
Titusville Clerk Complaint for Divorce h.. befiled 1 Mil North of Mimi on U. S. 1
odd. IS: cent
thlx pattern October thru
ICourt Seal) 1'1 TIll!: flIU" IT tOt RT IIF'T lIENlS'lal : igainit you and ycu.r.re'quired Ist-rlnin May &:; sTitusville I Jim Maltbie Governor
to of for each pattern' for '
Feb 5 (fWpII ) 1104 oilUtiClKTar/ a' aerve a copy your
\10' Filet 11111',1111) ( ltdTv, An.wer or Pleading to the Complaint mailing and, specIal handling. Mrs. J. J. Comles Trea Charles' P. Jacobs, Soc'y.

FI.ClIottaltIlSIlT on the 'attoraeya, MOHAN Band to 17() Newspaper P.turn -' -
ft J1OKTON. P. i). Box 9111I. TI- Coin Club
tuavllle Florida, and file the original 3rd Wodnosday
Aniwer or Pleadln In the offioe New York H.X Y. Send 80# PYTHIAN
LAMAR IITAMpF.n.Plalntltf, M..t. hi Tbursll.y Each ,
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court nnor for our new fill-Winter PaUl of each month
would like to Inform all my old friends whom I have dealt .VISIDNET- before the 13 day 01 Frkruary rn Catalog. Coupon! maids SISTERS launCh, .1 100M.,: 1'\1. atiil4sr IP'M
with in the 5 that I IU84. If fall to do eO. Judgmentby t
past years have now opened my own office. FRANKLIN\ STAMPER you IM.
good for One Fres Paltarn. \N"" I.\N tesS.llanilnaton i
be Tlluavllle Temple 226o.d. ,01 Oct.
default will taken tgaln.t you through May,
It U located in the Magnolia Plaza, Indian River City, whereyou'll Defendant. for the relief demanded In the Com.< I. 2nd Jt. 4th Tuta ., .,..11..1"
always be welcome along with, the friends TOI SIDNEY: FRANKLIN I LaVorne Hardln
many new that !STAMPER plaint. ,it' each month"i at |p m,
TOV ARE HERfenrtbal : H01IP'tEV ; Mrj.J4lel> ) WicIl 1. M EC. cLUk ( -

Bob Ryan are ban required been t "Jli o(to-":'aerve.rr.nG: :a top, and of ulivorce'you :1 Vllle 10 Court day; Brevard Real of January) ouDty.mi.Florida, till My Y Ncighbor'L5 e i g-h b S ; lrl.' "'Slri'flit EVII'y.li.'retll1! ;.dt r> 1n. HM'I.Pianist ) 7oo: 'p.m.! 'Th6rad"ay; ;* Ia Itto, S p.III.

cnpy your -- .
Curtla R. name.
anawer or pleading to the bill of Flotilla Restaurant
Clerk of the Circuit Court
YOU WONT BELIEVE IT! If you are ready to build we can Complaint, Robert on A.the plaintiff. attorney Brevard County Florida. KIWANIS CLUB $ South Lake
Scott 282B
sell you 2Mi acres covered with trees for only $1195. (Eleven Babcock Street Melbourne., Florida North, By Hertla 11.11Dppuly Clerk / -'zAR IL G. BeBzcnhater, RIFLE k PISTOL CLUB'

hundred ninety-five dollars), TOTAL PRICE. Warranty deedwill and file th. original aniwer or MORAN t MORTON M.et. Tuesdays President
I be delivered I at of construction. This pleading In the office of the Clerk Moot.
located .
on high land just 8 miles i from heart of : parcel. No speculators ot the day CIrcuit of February Court OD or 11164.before If lb.259th UY Attorneya/ / Kendall for Plaintiff T. Koran \ M/ \ WHISPERING HILLS J, W. Scrugga, Jr., Sec'y lit and :3rd Wtdn.dlY'

Please. you I'. (). Box ttW) COUNTRY CLUB ... 7:30: p.m.
tall 10 do ----- ---- -
.0. judgment by defaultwIlt t\i

be taken .,aln.t you for thereii.f J.n.Tltu.vllle 1&. -a., 2)Florida. Feb. 6 827HD Wed.) 1W,4.M1TUK ( ., << J ';/ Jena President Chlldre, Chamber- -ol- Commorco---.,....
TRAILER LOTS IV NORTH BREVAED We have them but demanded In the bill of com -- -- --

only 3 left. $350 down and low monthly payments will buy plaint. TO CKKDrTOBIt. Tom dru, ffecretarp North Brevurd North Br.vardR.h.bUlIalion
Dome and ordered at Tlluivllle, All erailltora of the E.tale.: of --- -
an extra large lot. fi Horseman's Club Center
Brevard County Florida, tola 17th DUANE) W. ROCKWELL deceaiedare t !. B. P. O. E. ELKS LODGENo.
of I 10\.... Second Monday Each Month 421 Palm' Strool
day an'iar' p. 194. hereby notified and required to 2113
CORNER: LOT NORTH OF CITY. 92 !x 160 and all cleared ready
file any claim or demand which 7:00: P. M. J 4..ta 2nd Thura. every
for building. Just $2100 Cash or terms. Clerk of the Circuit Court they may have agalnat laid K.latIn < M..te
I By Berth Hall the Office of the County Juil I.tCourthauae Monday NlgMi Lawrence Parker Pro*. PUBLIC INVITED
667 FT. U. S. NO. 1 BY 229 FT. Depth between the two new Deputy Clerk of Br.vard County Florida In the I 1231 S. Wuhlngton An.I Phono AM 74o2Chrli < Prot.1 W. Lee Pariahs P

causeways. Plenty of room for a motel restaurant and gas (CIRCUIT COURT. SEAL) at Tltu.vllle. Florida o'clock Y Sao'y.t Mr*. Martha '01"'.
station. This area is developing fast, so act now. Altoraey ROBERT far A. SCOTT Plaintiff lb.within dale ilx of the calendar flrnt publication montha from of :: Franz Vulplui' B. R. __ Parker, S.c'yNorth Phone AM 7-3043

21i1i:! North Babcock Street tbla nob,,.. Each claim or demand Ruitcll Btlchalder.Sei.' __ -- -- -
BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT in Indian River City. Near achool Melhourne, Florida,
must be In writing/ and rnuit itate Brovard
and shopping. High and dry with several large trees. $2200 _Jan.. 32 89. Feb. 5. 12 (CVVed.) 19<<4. the place of realdence: and po.t office Leave Mm be, future his. -- ; i "- Shrln Club

Cash. addreai of the claimant' and toriana will go wild|| decipher TUiuvilU Toaiimaatert 3rd Thursday 7:30: p.m.
"UTlr: or '''''TI< '''''O'''' TEl mont be iworn to by the claimant 'TLTTITUSVILLE/ -

3 BEDROOM HOME In Dixie Village. Large fenced lot and worth ItLOileTIclu. YlCTIfIit.'pl NA'I bla ag-ent. or bla attorney or It will tng 'tn- Cf Meet Tuesdays ..4 Moot At .
In compliance with Noose Bill become void tccoritlnr In law. .
much tban asking price of J8800.) .. -- J Jf (::45 P.M. ELKS CLUB,
more :( 1174. Chapter Number :3//f95a.! FANNY K. ROCKWELL LITTU& :
Law of. Florida. Act. of 141 Iheunderilgned AdmtnUlratrt, of the I '. I -
2 BEDROOM HOME: with den that could make third. 89 x 120' will reglater wltb the Katale: of Duane W. Roekwell I If f you have real I estate RlvtrvlowReilauranl' Ch.i. Heller, Pro*. THEATRE INC.

corner lot within walking distance of new I.R.C. School. Clerk of the Circuit Court In lire. deceased I 4 Frank Oarden/ $a"'', til .Tu. ... el M.. 1:00: p. m. .
and included at low of yard County. Florida upon the WILLIAMS OEILICH h".a.IoI l ...,. rmT. r IJIcnM:
Rugs Drapes price 11000. receipt 1 of proof of publication of Attorney. foe Eitale 0 sell or if you ale ,2 r.1 l 6fvl>, Pr... AM 7-57M Ph. AM 7414), -
tale notice, the following flctltlouename. P. O. Bat ill -- VETERANS OF
t -wlt: Reeearch Realty Not Melbourne FloridaFlnt 7ITI _\II.IK
RYAN REALTYR. Inc. under which I am engaged In Publication Data Jan. 22. 19 4.Jan. for choice real f POREIGPOWARS 0
real ....t. brokerage at 228:/ Orlando .. 23, ze. Fab. 5, 12 (Wed.) 1M>4. ooking Scottish Rite See The --n. 5nn4. 4 41.. 8' .
Rd. (HI. *0)) Tltuavllle, Florida' and 'lerudelno a P\I. each. .
G. RYAN Reg. Broker that Ibe under.lcned la the only i I EGAL, PADS Elf Supply. Kc state use our classified "I'' Club P. 0. B.i Pr.l.I 101 I Star AdvocateFor ,..Ih ,
Floyd C. Brown
penon Interented In aald builnn.. iob: Open J P.M. Daily
MAGNOLIA PLAZA INDIAN RIVER CITY Dated at Tltuavllle, Florida, this Abo Kraft Envelope! with claip John W. Fraser Secy.MeMa Your

PHONE 267-4691 29tB day of Jtauary, AD. 1M4. for maiLinj. Full stock at Star. f: columns. te4. T.... 1iW p.m. 701 Magnolia Avt. :
Mtrtla I. Ounn :Maeenle Temple Ralph Scheibel l Commandt' I
Jaa. :20. Fob S, 12. lit Wed.) 1M4. Advocate Printing Needs! Milt Mortonson QuartorinitN

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v eautifuf '64 MODEUS! ARE ON :


A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville,

F HA LOW PAYMENT DOWN Only 2 Miles West of U.S. No.1 On Garden St. WART & CARTER, INC. '



Page 1-. Tltusvlll. (Florida) SUr-Advotate Wednesday< February S, 174
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Cubs To Have ; II


Af.tave: "Week"Cub i_ :e : FREEZER BEEF SALE !

Miitir Frank Keller ann out:!i Fb,ui.! \' ]13 I I /( 0 >t \\tt; If you like meat with a rich and robust flavor and If you don't mind: saving extra money either this!' Is the sale for youl) Just look
.uinc.il at the meeting the toys ale/ asked toH al II'' I
January .
I I. _
( 6 what you re getting: Famous for goodness "Super Right" Quality Beef a variety of your favorite cuts from gr.in-f.d Western Steer
of Hack 313: l that the Cubs would their iniioims! during Boy Scout
take an active part in Boy A-ctk A special service will be ti'' ," ffff/;' beef guaranteed to give you the utmost In enjoyment or your money back The beef Item of your choice will bo cut and wrap I I

Scout( Week. this year. They h 'ld for the Scouts Sunday, Feb- 1 ,' ; ii ji pod at no additional cost.
will by holding their Den meetings ruary 8, at 11 am at the first
in the display window of Presbjterlan Church, sponsor of. "SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN ((140 to IS5 Lb. Avg) II
Lolk department store. Pack 320 Mrmoers art to attend _
A Den will be performing In in a body. -
the window each day beginning Plans are underway for the _
February 7 and continuing thr- annual Blue and Gold banquetto BEEF HINDLb.59clll
te held Feb. 28 in the Titus I
ville High cafeteria. The Cubs I
Postal Service are already busy making attractive .
table decorations and "SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY ( )

Performs Many favors Pack will for furnish the occasion.coffee cokes The, 1 10 1 Inch ;
bread, butter and paper goods; sTFHOLER 509

FunctionsPostmaster In Mr.mothers charge Rust. Mrs.and of entertainment Mrs.Lord Dickson and ; Mrs Den are 3 E E I B CuL6. ,

h Herman Wattwood Morton will plan the menu
suggests that an excellent reso- Mrs. Morton's Den 5 performed Rib lb. 87c
lution for many people to make the opening and closing ceremony
this year would be to learn more The skit was presentedby
\than is now generally known! Den 7, headed by Elsie Kill Club . .Ibe 87c
about the services provided by er, Den mother. This den also .
the major departments of nat captured the banner for the rope 07- B E E F L 0 I N Lb. 69c

ional"This government would be particularly ap- pulling Derby contest.racers are available, Round .Top or Bottom. OIV HIrLB. i

propriate," says Postmaster Herman free of charge, to any boys wish Cubed :
Wcttwood, "In light: of Pre- ing to assemble them. They may . Ib. 81c :!I I
iilcnt Johnson current project be ordered through the Den "Super Rlghl" Heavy Western ((150-175-Lb. Avg.) "Super-Right" Whole Arm (IBO.IOO-Lb. Avg)

fisting employees t Iii< reduce essential the without number.services adversely of Federal af- mothers Awards: presented in Januarywere T-Bone. . lb. 8Jc ;: Beef Front .'. ,,. .. .Ib. 39c Beef Chuck . . . lb. 45c ,

The postmaster points out that cruiter Don 2 badge- Jim, Lion Munro badge-Gold Re. Sirloin . .ib. 8Jc II II "Super.Right" Hoavy Western ((275-325-Lb. Avg.) "Super.Right" Western Whole (85100Lb. Avg.) ,
when/ most people think about the two Silver Lion, Gold
on Lion on
post office they formulate Instinctively "" Bear, Woif badge and four : Side Of Beef lb. 49c Beef Round Ib. 65c I
a picture of a place toi. Silver on Wolf; Bobby McKinney Sirloin. :Bon.tsa81c: / l J
mill letters, or buy stamps, or Bear badge Gold on Bear :
deposit a package, or purchase a "
money order, or transact some and two Silver on Wolf Delmonico0" :: 1.49 f
Den 9 Harold Kairfield Homestead Farm Style ((475)Fertilizer..4w ) w
other) kind of simple business.These IntoGalPot, IICUHl: :::um
Bear barge, Gold on Bear Goldon '
are, of course. Important Wolf and Silver on Bear; Bill Porterhouse lb. 95c 4 $$385Anou PLAID .:
f'Actions' of the Postal Service, Goudiege Bear badge: and | RubberPlanb$1J9$ Cob
but by themselves they make up Denier stripe; John Smith "

an incomplete and inaccurate Bear badge and one year pin, Pears . . Lbi. 29c Golden, Tip gg Vllli tlil' rniiixiii Kill purl hn.r o( fJI
picture What the Postal Serviceis Jim Kelly Silver on Wolf and "SUPER RIGHT WESTERN BEEF"Boneless 3 .
Red Ripe lOi Pkg! Cream Topping *
in fact is quite different from cne: pin, Pat Morton one .
year Arborvitae Each $3.49 H TOP WHIP 49c !eMs'yj!
what it seems to be at face value. and two year pin, Gold and Silver Tomatoes Lb. 25c .. ,
These/ are seme of the things ... .a. I-A-" *>
and on Dear RO A 5 T 5 !! {o.p. Wed Ihnuch Man. a'rU. 1.4
that postmasters other post
office personnel do besides processing Den Wolf.3 Joe Porter Silveron lI/!( 4 Golden Ripe lIa'Jz-C:11JIM.

mall and performing the
; Den 9 Mark Maxwell Wolf
obvious kinds of window service: Middle! Cut Jt uml
badge!: Warner Mctz, Wolf badge. -
Rib 69c Bananas25LB.
Assist FBI and other law Tony McGlane Bear badge, . LB.
enforcement agencies In the apprehension -
of criminals. Jeffery Gray Bear badge; Mark Pint Cut 25 STAMPs
Miller Rear badge. Rib 79c ij i iWIIK
I / : lay
Aid the F.II.A. (Federal Itou*. Den 7 Donald Brannortone .. .. '. LB. ,': till I,'* mutton .ft d' 1'.ro.h".B..r ii
ing Administration) In making year pin and Bear badge: +;11. ar. 2 Ib 2 5c 1 Betty Crocker White, Yellow or
surveys! of housIng' and vacancies Tony Dukson one year pin, (Clod I sJJdTu 75cCanelest '' 11e ti Devils Food 1 19.0.. Pkg
f \ssLt the Treasury Depart. Linn badge, Assistant Denner I CAKE MIXES 43c
..... ,
ment with the sale of savings Gold on Lion and Silver on Lion; -A-ftl
stamps, documentary stamps, David Rust Lion badge one a Rump sic EASTERN ROUND WHITE i ih Hun. I pli t
and solo
of confiscated property year pin and assistant dennei;I LB. ___
Act as an agent of the Depart Brad Harris Denner and one .
merit of the Interior in the sale Potatoes 89Cauliflower
year pin; Bruce McCoy Bear Chunk 45c '
of bird hunting stamps. hade!! ani two year pm; Frank &ra;:: ,:. BAG Y

Make flags veterans' tuner Killer Denner stripe Lion '" PLAID 4
ale available on behalf of the badge Gold on Lion two Silver (I) Chuck( "I". 65cSirloin. STAMPS
Veterans Administration. on Lion; Timmy Dickson Sil ::
'iy 2 11'Ith thl rwpnM and I piirilm. ut
register! : aliens for the State vcr on Wolf, Timmy Mattison LB. 29' ;
Department Silver on Wolf; Kenneth Burgess Bon.aaLB81c = Cold Medal Plain or Self I Rising I M
Mt FLOUR 5 Ib. bag 61c M
Receive and::! transmit funds for Wehloes badge. .

voluntary charities: Heart Polio, 0 C..III..... esud.aa.ILruuah, 5-545"un.. F.h. '. 1d
Cancer Crippled Children etc. Ann Pape Puch, Plnuppl. or Apricot Sp.cl.II Armour Star Corn.d Sp.ellli C.mpb.lIs +

Witness ballots.the marking of) absentee Black HiltsPASSION PLAY Preserves. 3 Jar Lb. ]I9c Beef Hash. ? 1 Can. 39c Ve". Soup..7 7 1'ctf'.oa.: 99c ii..x..I..ar.t.1.nol;;;;;:.:;:

Serve as post attack rcgistra FEMIMRY 9 APRIL If Special! Ann Page Prepared Special! Armour Star Special! 3 Diets Daily Brand .r s

tic.n ployees Furnish cented in information the for area.all Federal and appll en AT AMPHITHEATER LAKE WALES Spaghetti 3 v.t':. 49c Beef Stew 1';!n: 49c Dog Food .8 8 ; :. 1.00 ;25Sp.eI.1I STAMPS PLAID

>fcr MANCI* I ACM Ann Page Special! Armour Star Golden Rise Sweetmilk or Buttermilk e
cottons for the Peace Corps Program ( UHIl till: million mill purilmu-
Tuesday, Thursday 7:30, P.M., Saturday Blended Syrup '1.aa Pint 49c Treel I 120 49c Biscuits 6 :'% 49c p.terP.nSmoothorKrunchy 28 J
Those who have questions about Sunday* 4:00: fM. Bot: . . Can ' ; PEANUT 8TT +R 79c
Special! Ann Page Special! Sanitary Napkins 3c Off Label! Chicken Noodle: or Veg. Beef ,

'J I should any of aspect call write his of either office post office at the 257 postmaster business.0761 Tomato Soup 3-8- *. 29c Modess 3 3T $$1.00 Heinz Soup .2 2' :-' 31c 4 ou p u (onil ao.llirniKh t-N-NI Hun. (rli. /. ii

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Chicken of the Sea
!iiii! : i:::@; Dietetic Tuna 2-3'/4-cx.' cans 49c

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::::::::". ::::::::: Grits . 2'-oxx. pkg. 20c; 1 lib box 29c c
write? Check with us! Nabiico
1 l@ BLACKBERRY( tJ.i.SUGARED Premium' Salllnes ? 1-lb1 box 29c

1 Bathroom Northern Tissue roll lOc
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bills "write" your money the safe quick Jrt-k ; 4JiBMI; ; rTHl"o.{*r ATLANTIC /tQpiC CIA COMPANY. INC.

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Beechnut Strained Nine Lives Helns Strained Heins Tomato
But The Best'!
BABY FOOD CAT FOOD BABY FOOD I KETCHUP14oz. Prices In this ad are good throjjh Saturday. February 0th
HOURS: Monday Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and
A FULL SERVICE BANK 10 jars 99c 2-6Y1-0zeans3Se: 10 jars 99c bot. 25c Saturday 9.1i; Friday > I, Sunday 10.4

1 Heinz Cider Detergent Detergent Ajax] LiquidCLEANER Cleanser BETTY CROCKER

Apple with Ratlin 1 19'01. pkg 43c
First National Bank pt. bottle 23c gt size: 79c Reg size 39c 14-oz.: can 17c Dark F lid Chocolate,. IS'4-ei. pkg. 43c

I I ST Lemon Velvet 11-os. pkg. 43c
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA Natural Mat. for E..ry Ocean Spray Sail Pound Cake 17-oc. pkg. 45c
Cranberry ShorteningSNOWDRIFT Laundry Bright Sail Laundry
Meat Ocean Spray Tasted Coconut, 1f-es. pkg. 43c
.Member Washington Federal and Reiarve Pine System Stiu Cranberry Sauce JUICE COCKTAIL I I DETERGENT I BLEACH CKocelate; Oeligrit 'Itespkg,43c 1

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Uwa 25 Estates To Freezer'NFood

I I_ Probate Court SALEFor

jI I Twenty.five estates were filed I Ccnry: J. Bunn, who died July
I tat probate in County Judge I 11)! lt)3!) value approximately One i.ow
Monthly Payment You
Virgil B Conkling court during $10000; Robert Btlbmy who a
Januaiy died Sl'P8.\ 1955: valor Si.000 Get A NewBRADFORD .
They were as follows: Martha litllamy, who dut Sept
Herbert D Oils: who died II. 1053! value $2000; lleUn B
May 17 1963, value $31000; Heard. who died Die in %:: FREEZER PLUS FOODFor
Edna Mardas, who died June value $3.000; ,
17. )1962 value not Mated; Horace Joseph L. Spall, who dud! Oct Only $3.50 I
Williams who died Dec. 9. 16. 19B3!( value "more man $5 Weekly
1963 value "not exceed $3. 000"; Ruth Joy KiKst, Mho
000'; Thomas Rowe Smith who died D .C, 14. 1963, valor Mess' Y .
died Sept. 15, 1903, value "not than $10.000';; Malvcnu. tint
exceed $3.000"; shall. who died Dec. 14. I9t>3.
Albert B Boynton, who died value $1,750: ; James A Jal dine

NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED-New officers for St. Nov. 27 1963 value not stated; no value stated; DISCUSS RELIGIOUS ART-Mrs. Cleveland Talmadge.
Gabriels Episcopal Churchwomen were installed recently Chauncey Smith, who died August Roscoe Verne Woods who pr'Hiram chairman chats with Ret Commander and Mrs.
at a luncheon-meeting in the church parish hall. Seat- 26, 1963 vnlue "more than died Sept. 14. 1963, value! $2 Edward M Stevenson during a recent luncheon-meeting
ed are Mrs. Ike Rigell, left, vice president and Mrs Orel $5.000";; Paul M Willis, who 500; James Slack Malscid, who ol St. Gabriel'i Episcopal Churchwomen. Commander
Orvis, president. Standing are Mrs J. W. Buckham, died Dec. 20, 1963, value "more died Jan. 6, 14 value less Stevenson was guest speaker for the meeting using He- X11 r''r.
,, treasurer; Rev. VV S Ferguson, pastor; and Mrs John than $10000; Ira Spain who than $10,000";; Marie Gamer liKious Art as his topic and displaying three of his most
Ball, secretary.-Carlson Photo. died Jan. 1., 1964, value approximately who died Die 18. 1963 value beautiful and impressive religious paintings.Carlson. ( Y.,7, a a.a 9s Paved
1 _______ : $10,000; S.. ESTATES On Page 3-C Photo. iia coPkify
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Engineers Sign

Contract For

Hgls. BuildingCanaveral / 14t0'vP ESNo SAVE AS MUCH AS 71 1 EACH ON .

District of the Army paES sA E
Corps of Engineers has signed a HOUSE $ 4 ?
$7.11291476 contract with Fran SOnY r b b/I1 BETTER HOUSEHOLD PLASTICS
chi Construction Co. of Newton. 3 U P to
Mass, and Indian River City for D Priced
construction of a Headquarters YOR ular
Building in the Merritt Island 33 04f Granfi 1
Launch Area for the National l I
Aeronautics and Space Ad minis. SAVE ON
ration's John F. Kennedy Space 1
Center. 1 GRANTS LOW
The contract was one of three .\,1-. .(
newly signed by Army Engineers. 0 Wide assortment of smart colors e.Ru11 t proof LOW PRICE
for NASA and Air Force construction SUPER
work In Brevard 0 Unbreakable e Easy-clean i f 9Sale "
County. Other contracts were I VALUE ", '-" : i
awarded for air conditioning the

Air airmen's Force dining Base and hall for at electrical Patrick Natural Balance' 5.8.Cf'Swlng ,: Big IS cu. ft.lnot( i)' ".

alterations to( Launch Cum >Ief h
19 at Cape Kennedy. cover stays "\ '

be The used Headquarters by the Kennedy Building Space will I closed A a x' t SOLD IN OUR STORES FOR 1.00 to I.rl UPRIGHT

Center for administrative offices M ,,
e IS qt. deep dlahj
and planning facilities in connection '
1 bushel basket. ra.J-Fortii
with NASA program to land I laundry
astronauts on the moon It will e 17 qt. round' watte baiket
be located in the industrial com NEW! JUMBO SIZI 45-QUART 17 qt. rrrtarigulsr w..lf' hpk.l" : y FREEZER
of :Merritt Island, a block '
plex _
west of the Operations and 'SWING TOP PLASTIC WASTE UN 18 qt. utility tub

Checkout Building already under 19 qt. utility pan
construction. M t .lSqt.&Z pour pail 'l( .

The Headquarters Building will Only 1.99 I > 's eC / 19 qt.utility bin $

be three stories high except for t } 3-pc.mixing bowl set 299
the central portion which will rustproof 'e 1 1 qt.divlilrd dish panBovtl
Excellently constructed. Sturdy, ;
have suite. a fourth( floor executive plastic lasts a long tune! Sanitary, cover i \\: 1* P' brush end holder with foodonly

To be built of reinforced concrete swings back closed, no springs to wear' out .\ I Tissue dispenser
the building will have 320. Use indoors or out. Yellow turquoise, sand
000 square fret of space and Is 359 weekly
expected to be completed by the
end of this year. "t Largo capacity rollout basket
SAYE UP TO I6c EACH Top Quality. All Corn
An $89989 contra for air
conditioning the airmen's dining RCraniaown brand Full Size Broom Wire Bound For Sturdiness Reg 1.9 Multiple temperature control main.

hall at Parick AFB was awardedto t GRANT MAID touts 0 to 30 below zero temperature
Construction Services Co. of
Merritt Island. The contractor CLEANING SUPPLIES Weathervane 88 e Safety-door with airtight magnetic seal

|(has work until May 30 to complete Pie 45 PC. Dinnerware Set Palt.rn-R 18.99 16 I Enjoy Grants free food 'protection

Thompson) Electric Co of Win. Sale 33 each>. against spoilage with your Bradford upright

ter Park was awarded a 120475 MGU1ARIY n.t. 4*. I home freezer
(contract for work on Titan Corn) Steel Can 20 Gallon 2 69 I NJMA STANDARD'
re LIquId Cleaner, Instant Spray GalvanliedReg. .
[plea> 19 at Cape Kennedy. The m Starch, Spray-on Window Cleaner. } ..t'. p'., _' -'- f. >:" -
ob includes furnishing and in.
stalling three 10,000-volt elect J111 .
[ J' 5-yeor guarantee on
[rofi'c' line voltage regulators in. : Kitchen Stool 6.93 5 97 L tiw r Ie, sealed refrigerating system
1 he blockhouse and three 9000 SAYE 4.64
jolt regulators in the approach 1 I on parts and on labor

amp structure Completion dates J ftCUiliM Delivery ft Normal' Installation
May 2. 9 01.Reg.. ; ,,
TidesHigh w '' Park Avenue Tumblers Each. lOc 12 97 I Isv.ryb.ighl -.._

T.; .- ...- 5 Ibi. T-Bone Steaks 2 Pkg Baby Limas
Thursday Fib k up to 35' r Slbs. Club Steaks 2 Pkg Strawberries
|3 04 a.m. 9:13: a.m, Modeacby STS SAVE UP TO 1.62 10 Ibi. Chuck Roast 6.8 os. cane Orange Juke
13:19! p.m. 11:37: p.m. Am.aco s top 6 Ibi. Wieneri 2-6 01. cans Lemonade
Friday, F.b, 7 0 okwor' I d ,.r Grantitni brand 8 Ibi. Pork Sausage 2,8 os. cans Grape Juice
|4.04 a.m I12/ : a.m 'rr .- 4 'Ibs. Loin Roast 2 Pkg, Lima Beans
5.05 p.m. 10:32 p.m. v._.. GRANT MAID HEAVY GAUGE 10 Ibs. Gr. Roast 2 Pkgs. Cut Corn

COOKWARE 10 Abe Gr. Chuck Paltles 2 Pkgs. Spinach
S Ibs. Rib SteakS 2 Pkgs. Cauliflower
Finest sell Ibs. Chuck Steaks 2 Pkgs. French FrI,.
Folding f S Ibs. Pork Chops 2 Pkas,Collard Greens
Sale l.97.o
Chair brand Q Center Cuts 2 2 Pic;..Squash
Value Grantt-men a Z 10 Ibs. Gr. A Chicken 2 Pic;., Field Peas
GRANT MAID LEGGED BOARD es 'rii REGULARLY 3.99 to 3.39 :3 J Abe, Bacon 2 Pkgs. Peas
12 lb. Turkey 2 Pkgs Mixed V3.tables
& DUPONT TEflON' COVER SET yI ) Fxcrpttonally fine, sturdy pots and pnn f titan 3 Ibs. Bonelesi Stew"t'!*
Rag. : poluhexl with cool bUck Hikclite knobs and 2 Pic;.. Fish Plus .. ;/
$3,95.o. THI lOAlo-Sturdy of! steel f rip handles Tight covers, f food< value stays In. 2 Pic g.. Broccoli '
with 4 rubber-tipped I.".. Sale I 4.97 2 Pic;.. Brussel Sprouts For Cook Outs
Iron standing! I --
sitting 2
Peas &
NAs THI COVII Sn _DouM.. 1IWUilT4frSale i 2V' qt. Whistling' !" K.ftle, I.,. 2.99 3 qf Comiinetien i Co.k.r,..,.3." 2 Pic Pkg;.. Asparagus Carrots 4.3 os. pelmonlco w Steaks

/- V coated with no-icorch T.f- 1.37 I 6 qt C.v.r.d Sauce Pel leg 3.2* 9- w..5 5..5.e .. ...... Ion.EU tic bindinf 2-V'i gals Ice Cream 4 Ibs. Spar Ribs.
wCNtCK iiouunr L99 NO IFS..NO ANDS"..NO BUTS...Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back

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nr .O.w.r CM 54.11o. ")lCJI"e"e, t, .. 'O P1r11. p1uaOIMOHTHSYO''T _
.,....a..J.G 5.5703t NOMoldYDOwN. JO OATS .A... '- t
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JJJAVT tOB N4OH OrANar' F' I S29 Park Ave. PIRTLE PLAZA* TltusYille, Fla.ir .


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the office ot the Clerk
( ) I IW TTf R': CIRCriT: COURT OF THE HOWARD L. MATF9!' JR. "'ID<1o.... Two speed. reat.aale. thClr', In' nit Conrl. on or ',, 1 1lb'
I I :"(JNTII: UlriAI.' I'IKCfIT IN: Attorney for Tlnlntlff All hide to be marked "'1I1e1 forth 1f 1.th ,,I I. of t 'ebrllory. 1'I. I'
#NU FOIl UllUVAllU COl'NTV, lull Julia :Chest: Diesel Trleko'" fall 10 du l default" VIII ,'
ADVOCATE'S MISTER BREGER n.ORIDA P. O. Rox 103Tlluivllle. : I o TB..rd reserv.s T.IK. to you be token. : for tb: relict prayed tar; IIi,

I t ,,, a"U"aw+.''a 4, lief aelIen ,we.P.t ./ CHANCERY I AN E. WENT NO 27540 Jan. 22. 29.. Florida Feb. d. 12 (Wed) 1964. reject j 'joe J"w WICKHAM.all bide: WThrnot: (. S.. aba" ,k. publlah.,, l

+ry.r 2.54ht f I latltfRICHARD CHAIRMAN ?_ .. mch week for four .OBMOUUTI
Crossword Puzzle Vf. NOTICE FOR BIOS GUARD OF COtr.'fTY r rCOMMI81UONERS in the Tllu.vHleBtar-Adyoea'e.Tiluavllts -
+ weeks
f D. WEXTZ, Healed bide will he received by 19orlda.DONE .
.vv ..Jlp.n. .a" Defendant the Board of County Cnmmliilonen I )tRICV ltD COUNTY Md ORDMID .t !TII....
.r NOTICE BY PUBLICATION at the Commissioners Room County FLORIDA Brevard County. 'Florida ti.
TO:: RICHARD D. WENTZ Courthouse, In Tltuivllle Florida, /tn. B:, OT *'.b. S. <( 13
ACROSS Z.Esklmo U.Dodeo- 7611 J3arny etreilHeMda. up until 8:45: o'clock A.M. February CIA4CURrld -;,
1. To bend knlfa. aM" 1 Carlfornla 8th. 1964, tort I l\ TieD Cllltt.T: COURTmFIT11R515101'CL41CItL ( R. BARNES:! Cl.aaK:
Island ; YOU ARE m.KKBY: NOTIFIED: One tl) or more 1934 Model 4'.C..r. IVakd CIRCVIT, COURT
outward 3.Zodla I I that a Complaint for DlTorea-hat Trucks, to meet the followlnf Spec ) re" aag9ABU OIUYTL'e/ OP BT' Bertha MIIIDeputy .l t
8. Militaryvehicle sign 23.Put. been riled anilnit you, and you are Iflcatloni: rLs ails a. : Clark
Merry: : : U.Round- required' to serve a copy of your IVW-at lent 19500 No CA-S4" IIC.y.lO.111M: L. TRADKK
11. City SW 5.Foll vr .c1 anawer or pleading. to the Complaint Engine, Diesel, at lean 130 H.... fcOTICK TO APPIUBAVI .Attorney EDWARD: for Plaintiff
on the pUlntlir'i attorney, liuwkin Tranamlailon. B speed UKrKM: >
root! lyncro- 1559Melbourne
New York 0.One of U: Mayei, Jr., 10S Julia Btreet, P. O. meals direct In ash Rear Axle, at IN THE: MATTER OF. : p. O. Box. Florida'
Contort If&Ja.y no 25.Branch v fins 1233. TRuevllU. Florida, and least 15000 H D Rear Bprlnfi> CHANGING NAME OF 15 12. 19, Feb "Ved.) 1964lflyou.have !
area T. Sharp 2T.New- r file the anginal answer or pleadlag with overloadi-Rear axle r.tlo., VV11.UAM LEWIS: PARLEY a Jan -- .
13. Channelmarkers edge ofnoUlnga nelll In the office of the Clerk of tb.CI..cult to provide a cruUIng speed e( at minor by hi.l .t:1 mad mother
v :
Court of Brevard County. leant 50 M.P.H. with a fradl- foorottiy ; ; Meadowe.
29. Celld Florida on or before 20 day ot ability of at least Ski and a THE STATE OF FLORIDA realestateto
14. Cras 8.Require9LcffloUt 32.DIa- I February 19(4 If you fall to da maximum gratllablllly of J5'\ TO.; GORDON STEWART FAB1KTwhole :
color tre.s II 10, a decree pro confsiio will betaken all at not over factory recommended reeldeiw" It Camp w
15. Not helped<< 10.PlaygrovnA- caU SgRugalul f against you for the relief at* engine apeeda and at June, North Camilla 'sell or If '',you are
name mended. In tine complaint. maximum OVW. Tlre-9ilUx20xlO .TOtf. CORDON STEWART FAR ,
1 T.Whether Siuntah DATED at Tltuivllle. Brevtril Tube notified that a ,
< type fronts on at leant 7"rlnti. LBV: art hereby
11}. Sea. ruUertil 35.Fit 4%.Poem County, Florida. this 20 day of Uualixeara I, 9n x2oxlO Tuba petition for change ef same ,bt looking-for chotcerreal
mammal 16. S lxa anew Pl'01'ertJ'1' yeas January, 1'fI4.CCRTIR! type on 7" rlrnn Cant wheel il.- bean filed In the above 4ourl. as ) I
PertrVlan ST.Albanlu L. 1 ''trlGSl R. BARNES aired 12 Volt Electrical System you art required to arr.e a espy .t
20. Goddess of 11 4t.NareoUo 'If Clerk of Circuit Court with at least a 35 amp ailereatnr.Vacuum : use-ourvdassi-:
victory:Cr. IndJaldialect Rrevard County, Florida boomer brakea full pillion on .rtl.r: pleeloHf5.atteney, estate,
22. Hindu 13. Blaze ArneriCIID shrub (COURT SEAL) I:111. frame reinforced full went' coast Edward U Trader 813
acred tree 19 Stitch Indian 45.CUnnlnC I By Kertl*. HallDeputy type mirror. Dx cab with vent l bridge Avenue M.lbourna. Bt.ra".1 fied columns.
Clerk windows and 'large. 1'1...... 'aid file the orldial answer
23. Pl.lblio I
notices I i 4 y 10 T a I :Q
28.MonareW* J Ir was I THOUGHT: V3UWOULPNT 'Z HEVER A:TAn '1

headdress .11. 1 II. AN HE/WAT/ THOUGHT' OK ..9. ,) 1 ,

IS 14- VA4 ttiARD '
mutton lints 't
sleeve Well,. girl You're the- first one to figure out ,,that PLAYINk! e

SO. Copper: 15 1e buying TWO wilt cut your shaving time) to 1'00 FAST/ ltd p

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31. Glacial \\I I Id f%::; I I x

ridge I IXOT'CE ,
14 4Y.
11 j l.l
33. Approach 10 not at all sure I want anything OF IVTKMTIOV, i
from him for Valentine's
tusk z'" .l.l 1.1 Day In compliance with Hauae Hill ,
or any other day for that matter. No Isle Chapter Number. Span) ,'I !
3d. Girl's S.l S1 Lawa of Florida, Acti of 1B41 the toO
nickname 30' > Am I mistaken or did the underalgned will\ ret/liter/ with the

37. Mandarins\ y, 31, gentleman show very poor taste? Clerk of the circuit" Court In Bre-
I '
40.:Hut County Florida, upon receipt -
NO GOLD DIGGER of proof of publication of this J R .

41.Eating: : S7 ,J6 :$ Dear No Gold: Obviously the notice, the followlne' fictitious -o I.. I cr0 o
utensil name, to-wit: lIu. Orlll under
46. Aaldo -f-- gentleman Is vastly more practical which I am engaged I In huilnem at .c
47.:Perfect49.Llkemtnt r.4 ofl 141. 44 1444t[ > than romantic. And he wanted 14 Main St.. Tltuivllle, Florida, and l '
that the undersigned. MIYV rV
47 to make sure his gift to you person Interested In said bu.I..... rANDT5 '
49.:Petulant I oW. Dated at Tltunvllle., Florida, this ARE PIECES KDOORFS '
DOWN Is something you can we and he 22nd l day of January AD, 1SWI X sACKTNERE OF REAL JUICE( ANDCHOCOLATE # 1. I ,QUT + ,
16 4J can afford. Charles M. Garland jjK ice; MILK,
1. I
Jan. 22 29 .'.10. S, 12 (Wed) 1994.l AND..
In my opinion he laid it awkwardly -
but the offer was better .
:NINTH Jlll\l. <(< liCiT IF than a poke in the eye with a IN" ,' \ll S-UK.MHR.
,V.tHIl ('t/UNTY'''' i
sharp stick In tlmnirrjr, !.. HAH

: ANN LANDERSSlim Dear Ann Landers: All we need Addle L.!\ Jonea, TO rrFM:

from you is.a yes or ,a no. The -V.- Plaintiff,

question I. am about to. pose has Wllllara E. Jones, ,

been chewed back and forth In Defendant

Needed A Pin our bridge club for several ''THE STATE': OF1 FLORIDA
weeks. The ladies are evenly Jteililcnce t'nknn-vn/ : .a.--

Jivlded. Here Is the question: ..f You are required to "aorve a opV
your Aaawrr to 4he Complaint far
--- Do you approve or 'disapprove, Dlvone: herein upon. lh, flalatMt

Dear Ann Landers: My[ husband drop dead are usually the ones of young male children (aged 5 Attorney Haven Avenue, a. Oarlan Melbourne. Heels, M.I Florida Nett; PARDON MEl I OP CO/JRSBMYGOOD r MOST '

is 36 years old and 33 who trained vigorously during to 11 years) dancing with they and file the original In the office SIR.COULDYOU MAN.'IALWAYRLIKE I GENEROUS; I -'Ir

pounds overweight. When I mar their adolescent and post. adolescent mother, an aunt or other adultson 'Tltuavllle.Sj.the.lerlf Florida of lh,. Circuit r before Court the at SPARE TO HELP THE NEEDY ,,, \ HANDOUT / 4

ried Gordon 11 yean ago he was years and then quit. a hotel or night club dance Jndiflay' I of.Marah. 1964.. ar a :decree tlll 'AUTTLESOMETHING V LEVER 7 *

actually skinny. In fact his nickname Any physician will tell you that floor? We'd also like to know you pro con f..... will be .nlre FORAGUy
was "Slim." ,your reason. Thank you. DATED January t7, 1M... 1 I 2
moderate' regular, and frequent BRIDGETTES -' CURTIS HAR Jl-s: tP s :' DOWN ON \
New Year's' Eve Gordon Clerk of. : HISLU3K? t
put on Circuit Court Via /f
exercise is 1 for middle.
very ('InCl'IT t-
Dear Bridgcttes is COCRT SEAL)
his tuxedo for the first time in : .My answer
By Bertie ,
aged people. This does not mean HsuDepu1y
(four years and he looked like a based strictly on personal opinIon Clerk l

stuffed sausage He was unableto an hour of handball\ three sets and hn"aottUngMo' \ do with Jan. 29, Feb. 6. 12. 19 (Wed" ) 1964.Ifyou '
of tennis once a week under a r S 1
2 1
button the trousers and had to right or wtofttf/jwttrepf-pr1( Incor I e l t r f
blazing sun particularly for rect. I do'"hotdflKfe' I fee uowlESf s' ; t ,
] io little
use a large safety pin If the ; ,
the man who has sat In the spec kid have real estateto t r N -
cummerbund had not been adjustable on a public dance floor -
tator stands during his younger with adults sell If 4 G, ,. .
he could not have worn the or with each or \you ate .0:: -- t .w r

tux at all. years. other. Young childrenare out.,/)( looking ifor choice

When I mentioned exercise to You can tell Gordon for me that their envlronmellt..t, ey.1ook like real YES, WELL, FOR YOUR SAKE/ v nee : ; YoU KNOW HOW

Gordon he triumphantly! pointed more people die (from overeating mldgcti.! '..> ;. estate, use our classi-, Q HILDA,HAVE FINALLY IrWEYDUDIDATHOROUGH RAJ FUSSY MR. t

than from over-exercise. And YOU JO&Iui ;
fied columns. i f AS
out that In the past five ATELYfCIEANINO
years '
the best exercise of all is N
pushingone's Ann Landers *trank i i'WHOL'E iJ.
and informative /N
three of ms close (friends who self away from the table.
were athletes in college hail died new booty, "Teen.AgerlAnd THE / d

of heart attacks. )He also Sex" ((2.95),11) f1i ,available HousE? i I
gave Dear Ann Landers I'm
middle ,
: a at )our book'store.. '
me chapter and verse on nationally LIFE
aged career woman, not a Ann Landers will be ,
glad to
: famous sports figures who giddy teen-ager, so please bear 'INSURANCE;
help with
suffered heart attacks at an early you four .problems( 1
age. this In mind when you respond to Send them to her in care of this Rates.Starting As 9 A 1./ {

my inquiry. newspaper, enclosing: a stamped, Low As: ;
If exercise. Is to good for people The man I am dating asked me .(addressed envelope. Age t' aa9E4/ f i -- .

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NAGGING NELLIE figure: of how much he would See The 40 5.44 p.r $1.000 Annually

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f Brevard Gels "Site (Offers For l. !
l "more than,il6,000"Mhhefi3; ;

[$$7,000 of Bequestnative Lancashire, Eng Junior Jn ,accordance.College with action of 1963 ooo Hetheiington EdithAdeU..UYton; value approximately, who died, who Nov' $.died"n.J6 i I., I t < 'Ij!! 'III : ""I. T: lnla, H D


[fend, who lived in Palm Bay for tb Tlorlda Baptist State '. ,
in November, 1963, re Dec. Z3, 1963, value approximately ;._ ',
g, past several years, has left -I -'....
garding the possible establish. Robert A. War'
lvatlon;bequest of Army nearly of$7,000 Brevard to the ...QI4)ctf) a Baptist junior college ner, who died Nov. 21, 1943, on l ,I e "aRaaataai.ra.a.. ...-d. a.'4
tie Tlorida Baptist Education I
tint it has been announced by value:$26,000;'Wiry I E:.a "Alien-
makes the follow
Andrew Orrei, chairman. who -du-d Oct. 1, 1M3;
in g.a nnouncement: esney tI; ;1 imUS.VIUE'SHOPPING' RENTER
John Pilkington, who died a value approximately<< U'OOO'Helen .
The Florida Baptist Education Bock Donahoh\ *ho died
ar ago, directed his estate be
lifted to help educate the youth I 1 Commission is ready t to( receive Dec 18,.1983) value not to eaxcoed WASHINGTON'AVE.rTITUSVIRE>
offers of sites for a Baptist jun.
f X America, care for those in /
t lor college to be located in the
fed and purchase a new organ $00,000.HAPftY
r the Community Church of' state Such offers should m -*' 4050'W.IfIt1O ST.

coa Beach where he playede elude the following requirements '. QUANTITY
organ until failing health : (ABIRTHDAY t acY'WA RIGHTS
a (
Breed his retirement in 1962. Pvt. Jttii Wtrrtn 1 1. An adequate campus site of rabe.atY'1 l RESERVED
no less thnn 100 acres It must
(coming to the United States atBe I _
\\Warren 'Completes have a clear title and be an out H H 'JohnsonBernard t
30 Pilkington lived in De-
oit where he became associateda Advanced 'Training right gift H Roberts
2. It must be accessible to the Mrs Erbia Davis
tool and die maker for the I ,
nrd Motor Company and latere Pvt Jessie Warren, whose population of the general area W 'S Austin 1 'U.S. GOVT., GRADED "GOOD"
I Packard Company mother, Mrs. Eula: M. Warren, of Its location and in a suitableenvironment \ Mrs .,Louis VapeUkfSr C r )

lives on Route 2, Montezuma, L. Lawrence JUICY, TENDER'LEAN'NFRESH'
the estate left tohe
The portion of
( Salvation Army, according to Ga., completed eight weeks of 3. The topography must lend .Friday, F.lx.aY "7

reel, has been allocated to the advanced ,infantry training'( at itself to.campus development. -
ilding fund account established the U. S. Army Training Cen -1. It must have adequate utilities Charles Edward Kittles J.EAN WESTERN

anticipation of a capital.fund ter, Foil Gordon, Ga., Jan ,31. and dramage Pattie Miller ; I I'
five approved by the Army Wares received instruction ',in :3 Communities which are interested Paula Jean''StampII 1
oard for the coming year. the various phases of highly in presenting proposals Pork Chops

' technical skills hit future workin should, Jn addition to the site, .
I In accepting the bequest frome Walker, chairman, Florid .
will of himas
the Army require
Bank of Melbourne, Pilking stipulate any other resources Baptist 'Commission' '
Jin estate executors, Orrei said an infantryman. that could or would be.available. 230 N K. 123rd Stret't.MiamJ, I
The 17 year old soldier) Offers are to be sent no later
iwe both and Florida 33161
were pleased sur-
Army in September 1983 than April 1. 1964, to Charles (FIRSTT) !
rlsed at this large gift, especplly Warren son of M C. Warren. I 3't' ROUND .

when It came from a 620 Dummitt St., Titusville, i is! ,(CUTS) I ,
entleman we never had the
1963 graduate of D. F. Douglass Schedule.Of
a Tax ,Assessors
|leasure of meeting. More and SIRLOIN
High: School In Montezuma Ga. \ .
jiore we are receiving bequests t
C varying sizes as the result of Precinct Visits 1964 "SUGAR'CURED"SMOKED t i t
ttorneys and banks becomingware Bates In Atlanta
( of the essential work befig .
Rev. Charles W. Bates, pastorof
the Salvation
done by Army.
Ihey, In turn, suggest gifts be First Presbyterian Church,
pirected to the Army when advls- Titusville\ is representing North I ) a/B1
ng individuals on wills." Honda Presbytery at aa area JH*. PJCNICS, I 11co
ffi conference on Stewardship and
'When plans for our proposed Promotion in Atlanta, Ga., this Fib I Mon Bcotlemoor 10 A.M. to 11 A.M. Pout Oftlc SLICED I '&WHDL' !\

t lew and much needed building week. Feb. 3 Won Mini 3 P,M. to 8 P.MAll POM Offlc Ic

, ecomes a reality, I am sure the Feb, 4 TUOIITcb Coco Day Branch Cotif: ka.... i I .ff
oard will see fit to establish.alilting I
memorial to Mr. Pilking- VUntm Card Party I Wed Mvlbourn All Day Branch Court ttoim. I 3 "
j 2ft
on and, knowing his love tor A\ViterUn< card party will be Feb I Thuri. TltJivllta. All Day Court House
nusic and the JicM.nt.Castle Mall,Wednesday, 18.
3 especially organ Feb T Fri Indian River City"AM. to 10 A.M. Po.t Otfle* LB
'e will plan that a portion of his Feb 12, at 7:30: p>.m., sponsored i
Ian II, Feb I. 5 (Fri? Mon.. Wed 1 )
kift be used in the purchase of a by the Phythian Sisters The
f' i Impel organ," Orrei concluded. putlic is invited. l00'I'I I u.s.,GOVT. GRADED "GOOD BEEF"

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