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Title: Star-advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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84th Ypar No. 17 5c Per Copy Titusville. Florida, Friday February 7, 1964 __ __ 1 16 Pages,, Today 0. ?' ubfshel mn adays find Friday
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Maybe we shouldn't even try "Labor in New York is very r.

to see this thing through", was expensive." he pointed out. He Water
Problem
the way Maj. A. O. El'kwallsllm. mentioned the reason for this was
me' up the present status of the the labor unions.
Urcvard: County World's Fair
"They don't work for nothing! ,
Committee endeavors yesterday.In [
making his report of progress he said. 'I I run fine nothing thui I frnm, drinking wad r Last week larvae was found!
: to the Brevard County lie also pointed out the problems link I i in tin tii kncs uf u ,'ontainl'ctorms" 01 fly in tIll eater distributed( by First
Commission( at yesterday's meetIng facing the Brevard enter of people' >n imtndixn \ ', :is had been fiiuml In the Florida' Utilities and a clean-up
;!, Eikwell told the commission prise in It'. relations with labor City\ ) arcs with tlio recent supply going to several of>( the '1Itl'lltIOIand pumping
that t only $2,300 had peenpledged unions of New York, in that if a pioblfim: in thfc; area",, Pr Hlvcr City urea Subdi tillitvna\ I otilorrd.! It was limil.ir !-
toward Brevard's exhibitat nonunion man is sent to New Paul JUrit'V.[ Ikulth .
r County ; 'to an owuuince: of a few
the Fair. Of that $1,81)0) has York to do work, a Union man y Md deer told! the \ \' reo"I'd mothers hud. called the months ago

been collected, and $25,000 is must accompany him while there this morning. n'|>i">itiii" illness )
needed( to construct and operatethe and must get paid for his ,I, Tlic statement was mode families( particularly Pr. ItHivey told the Star-Advo

facilities. "work". r answer to a question uf mid wondered if it cate that tie "wasn't lit aU
Eckwall displayed to the com The bright spot in Eckwall's .: or n"t"> rl'I 'rted sickness, i IJI l hi ii'l.ited tit the water Vlvaied now und hadn't been
missioners an artist's renderingof presentation of problems was lellst'd" with the operation of
,
.. tiuinbit uf people might|; hiv
and Dick Muldrew's tongue ; the .
the proposed facilities Com m plant or water distribution
flatly told them the project will In-cheek announcement that "now : : ." .'. system hy First Florida.
fail without some individual con your problem's are over. I am w"t 'lam 1 doing all with'n my power '
tributions. pleased to announce that the I to see that this firm gives
"Better Wake
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Etkwull pointed out the fact South Brevard Republican Wo :_ _If, : .. Up"State better service to (he area it serves -
that construction cost is a major man's Club has donated $50 to ... "- 't.. .
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problem and a money factor. your cause. .- Jaycee President ('(ldy clone in on us without us firing a "My recent request for a

... --'-__ -. -- --... l..ailey! hint night akked Tltuxvilla shut to protect' the free people of Standby pump was nut acknow
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r' i., JaYl'NJIlIIUW long they were goingto the world. It's time for us 10 hedged; by the company but in
J stand by and watch AmericanIsm stand, up and, protect our (free enterprise conversation with an official in
III ii stale and, watch our system, nthe\ heritage Oilundo, 111' told) me such a
( "fence straddling" politicians do Ml to us by the really great pump. would to sent here
Pr t nothing to retard. the! progress to men of history"

J -. -.. .-: !II .... ..... socialism Bailey continued:, "As the "I have Informed the
thut we them
"!low long, as this young men young leaders of today, nut tomorrow company expect
r BUT I DO BRUSH AFTER EVERY and that such scenes as the one above lu give the same type of service.
r who will face death In the next must make
you up your
MEAL-Zoe Stroud seems to be tryingto could be prevented. Even though the and operational care as U given
'great war to end ill wars', are minds now (emphasizing|> the
to her dentist that she does event is almost it is not too late for
over the in
explain ly cities Ilrevard County
watch where stand
we going, to stand by sal| word' loudly) you
raM1 brush after every meal and to please not that regular check-up you were supposedto ) the nations of the world become Besides Bailey, of ft. Tierce, They simply must live by the
use that large needle for such a small have several months ago. Zoe is 12: divided, half communism and other dignitaries were: Jim barren tame rules as others do," be

it tooth. Actually the photo was taken to years bid and by the way,' the dentist half free!, such as divided Korea Executive Vice,Prc lilent of I'tnphasizvd.:
w. : remind everyone that February 2-9 is didn't actually use the needle shown in Cuba, Vietnam, and others". Lakeland; Frank Foster, national
"National Children Dental Health Week" the photo.-(S-A Photo.) Bailey, along with other state! director; of West I'alm' Beach,

Jaycee dignitaries, was here on Buddy Merritt State vlre-prest- Pediatric WingAll1L1o
l an official visit last night, and dent of DclRay l Beach; Gene

t was greeted by 83 Titusville Jay Roberta, state vice president\
. L- Of tees, one of the largest gather Titusville; Sad Clark; Cocoa !
.At Lack.
a Kelly Hits InRl,of local Jaycees in history. Beach president and Jack Har"Jin < rOpen
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""-lie''eoflnptimelttSrmF"TIVatct1Iegroup stafe-'miimlxTihlp t nVrHnlrt .
.. on their outstanding record President Earl Spencer" et f the p nf Feb.:16
THIS IS' IT-Maj. A. O. Eci
vard World' Fair Authority presents artist's rendering largest clubs for a town this size (hat t the club membership stands The Pediatric Wing of J...
cf) proposed Brevard exhibit to the'County Commission'! Concern On Fund MisuseSenator In the itatc.Bailey at an all time high with 132 regular VirMtrtiorlal, \ \ Hospital will

here yesterday.-(S-A. Photo.) In I vehement talk. members, 21 associate members be officially opened Monday
challenged tile club to Join other and 37 business members. February 17. On Sunday Feb-
Jaycee organizations of the nation Also there are two honorary lifetime ruary 16. open house will be heldIn
McHenrv Announces For Sheriff Scott Kelly of Lake "Gov. Bryant answered the his power, to "bridge the churn t to( rise up and be heard on members flab Hudson, cdItorlnchlef the wing{ between the hours(

land, gubernatorial candidate, charges by saying 'we didn't of unemployment and available their convictions( of world policies. of the Star-Ailvocite of 2OQ: and 1:30: p.m.
Tillman B. Mcllenry this week ,- spoke to supporters this morningat cross all the t's or dot all the I'.' Jobs. lie stated that t the residents and Joe Ward of North Carolina
became the third announced can ,Citizens Bank CommunityRoom. I say, after next January I will of the "missile county' !do "We have stood by IonIC enough Eleven new members were accepted The staff( of Jess Parrlsh. extends
didate for the Democratic( nomination fire the man who Is not responsible See KELLY On Page 8 and watched world Communism last night, un Invitation to the generul -

for sheriff in the May primary I Calling attention to his qualifications enough to( handle state 0 public to visit and! inspect

f [ for Governor; as bring funds, and I will require cither .- : :: lh i now wing during the above

A veteran of four years with a businessman to administer tile the accused or the \bonding company i'i i hours
the Florida( Highway Patrol and ,, gvYr state's biggest: business Kelly t to( make restitution to the wills the addition of this Ptdlatiic -
five years with the Drevard said he would not tolerate inefficiency taxpayers for misued money,"' wing the residents of the
County Sheriff's Department, In state-appointed of Kelly said t dI lltusville area are assured
Mc henry named Ralph Able of \c flees Kelly further went ,Jtoto his 1 i still greater service by the able

Cocoa as his campaign manager ; He cited an example of an qualifications as a business man I r tutt of Jess Parrlsh.Sheriff's .

and Wesley Houser as his campaign 9 auditor's report for tho Florida( and his eight years In political
treasurer. The First National > l Development Commis n, whith life, both as mayor of Lakeland
( Dank of !Merritt\ Island! has criticized the commis>> iuu tecrctary and the pail five yean as State I Depl. .
b<-t'n designated! as campaignfund for misuse of certain Senator from Polk County
depository I funds lie also promised to do all In
Born in Birmingham:: Ala., he Rescues Man
with his .. .
Florida
to parents .
came ---. - '- -
shortly after his birth and has ..' ,., too \ .h Y
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his life in the Sunshine! ; :q': ,
spent all ;.., ,. '. ... From IslandSheriffs

State ....'r. "i He was graduated from Suwa- k' l).n>i. answered a ret-
nee High School, Live Oak, and Tillman McH.nryclewing r j: cue cull. in the Indian River

is egie a Course.graduate of the Dale Carn rape and murder[ traffic ,.. \;< .' ,fS;9 tI : I about ding Nick 1 i p in.K.irantlnos yesterday, on clUcov-an

In special police education he Investigation, supervision of officers ,. Maoist alter the boat htr was
graduated from the Florida Highway while holding the rank of JAYCEE DIGNITARIES State-wide al director Jim Farrer, state executive
ailing had been hit by high
Patrol School in Tallahasseein sergeant, training new officers .. &: officials at Jaycee meeting last night vice-president; Cody Bailey, state president !- v.iixU.,

1955, drivers license examin and dispatchers and all other administrative were, left to right, Sam Clark president ; Gene Roberts, Titusville's state vice- rile cell came to the department

ers school In 1920: and a FBI duties associated 'il Cocoa Beach Jaycees; Jack Hardin, state president; Bert McIntosh, Titusvillc's district thft a sailboat had appartntly -
course in general law and fire- with command. membership chairman; Earl Spencer, parliamentarian; and Buddy Merritt, turned over on the river

arms in 1961.Mcllenry lie is junior vice commanderof Titusville president; Frank Foster, nation state vlce-president.-(5-A( Photo.) east of llepp Supply, In South

served with the Mcr- VFW'.Post 0004, Cape Canaveral s Titusville.: '
chant Marine in both the Atlantic
president of the Merrill\ .y Deputies Uuuy Hodenbaugh

and World Pacific War II campaigns and has; been during a Island Kiwanis Club, past president Need $6,000 For Juvenile Home the and rescue Cljde Batas boat Jr.and"took found] olr Kar-In

member of the Florida National of Merritt Island Little Lea
.. antliv.s on an Island east of TI-
Guard for the last IS years lie gue Baseball charter memberof
was called to active duty al Fort Merritt Island Moose\ Lodge r Juvenile Counselor Jim Luce $33,000 appropriation for the blmpon'a wife Henrietta, as. tusville.
Denning, Ga., during the Berlin 2073 and a member of the First .,+rc reported to County Commission home. matron of the home, due to frequent Ktiraniinos; : said that t he wassailing
Baptist Church of Merritt Island. ... and a gust of wind snapped
Crisis. yesterday on progress of B re- detention of juvenile Ih.
During his law enforcement lie and his wife, Barbara, live card 'County Detention Horn Deputy Clerk Doug{ Futch Both Simpson and his wlfo thu mast t and lipped the sail

career Mcllenry has handled investigations at 275 Birch St.. Merritt Island, and handed them a request for concurred that the items recommended have many years experience in

of all type<< crimes in- with their three children. an add'tional: (0.000 for additional ty: Luce were, necessary the field of juvenile detention Safe Break At!

'csucntuls.. ." Luce at tM time, introducedthe in r..nnly1varw. Maryland and

f.uce told the commission that lupeiintendcnt of the Juvenile Florid-i. Befori* coming !here,
First Of U. S. Sleel
Showing the rams mentioned were necessary Supervision Center, L. E. Simpson was with Orange County Kane Furniture
I and would( be efentl l to Simpson and rcquntt-d the Parental! and Detention homein

time operation of the home, Ijujrd tn approve employment of Orlando
Home Set Here .Sunday By Fisher "scheduled now to be opened in S meim; early this morningthe
Kane Fumituro Store, located

Marvin Fisher, of FI herConstruction : '100) percent mats production. March. Tad T AgencvTo Be Open Tomorrow on U. S. 1 just north of Cocoa
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announced today the According to Fisher, the Flcr- Items needed were: was, burgljrUedj$ Entry war
first showing of a new.concept in khan meets FIIA standard as Construction of a walk from gained through j the roof of the
have that 1964! ; car The agencies are Monday
housing for Sunday, '* well as Florida budding codes.It County Home to detention home If you don't open store. "
truck license II be! through Friday from 8.30 a.m.
features lime-tested steel stnic- patu: two storage urea, food or yet you burglars apparently\ knocked
"Floridian". brings to TI- I able to buy it tomorrow morning to 5 pm,
The ural systems similar to that : cart to transport food from county the 1..1t off sere in an attempt
tusville. U. S. Steel'lnl.-q to or a week from tomorrow February 20 II.the la.jt I ay fI''","
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used< In skyscrapers, assuring home to detention home. e\.wtll1lJUt i'l' gain: entrance'Inlo: the front of
the high cost of building. This lop J. D. Nash, county tax collettor may drive your n'hlc'.
stronger, longer] lasting, more Included in the request! was $1(, the safe then turned It over and"peeled"
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the 1W4 tags.
quality Florida-minded home is t said that the agencies In
economical construction. 01283 for recreational equip it. They took about
the In might want to order
said to sell for at least W.OOO less ( courthouse here and in case you
than comparable conventionally The model "Floridiaa" will be DISCUSS ,PLANS..-Jlm Luce right, Brevard Juvenile ment. branch courthouses In Rockledge f It by mail, send the renewal! $303, leaving! a number of checks
constructed homes. The 2,200 on display starting Sunday at Counselor, discusses detention home plans with new Luce pointed out that these and Melbourne, would be open i registration' with a check for the at the! scene 4 '

square foot home with brick exterior 2731 South Street in Forest Hills rln.t< is the result of U.S. Steel's Estates. meeung.A:> Photo.) them MuulJ! still Ul within the and next SaturiUy. ., mallia7 f fee fur tdih I Us. U mvi ti.aunj.SRARr .

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2 TltwsvllU (Florid ) Star A -- Charges Wheal Deal Will
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I ., EditorialsAmerica's I STRENGTHEN AMERICA Cost Taxpayers- $$150 Million :


", H Florida Congressman Edward the world price of $$1.40 : bush -
> :' J. Gurney today continued his l," Gurney explained then
outspoken opposition to the Soviet the Federal Government pay,
Wheat Deal by charging the the difference of 80 cents in ub-
AnswerAmerica Psalm Of "
1964 sidies.
sale will ultimately cost American

'> taxpayers approximately Gurney further predicted the

needs men with a concern for khe.' common Federal Control! my shepherd; I am in want. *Y; =$150- million. wm.nt sale will become a major

-good-men who have the understanding and insight; to It maketh me to lie down on park benches; Gurney has twice demanded campaign Issue in this year's

:help solve her problems and those of the changing world It leadeth me beside closed businesses; cancellation of further shipments elections.

she /aces. She needs citizens of integrity who value'their It disturbeth my soul.It 111 st to Bussla Once, following the "The Johnson Administration

great heritage and who are determined to oass on to leadeth me in the path of destruction for the"PARTY'S" 1 signing of the Cuban.Soviet is going to have a tough time
'others an enduring faith in the ideals and methods of our sake. trade agreement and again, after explaining the use of millions of
( three American Air Force officers the taxpayers' dollars to feed
free society. f ,. Yea, though I walk in the valley of the shadow of slavery JL were killed by the Communist our enemies," Gurney stated

This year the Boy Scouts of America are celebratingtheir I anticipate no recovery, for Federal Control is )East: Germans "Tho President has
54th anniversary during Boy Scout Week, February with me. expressed
noted concern: about poverty stricken
The Florida Republican
'7 to 13, under the theme, "Strengthen America-Scouting It's policies and diplomacies, they frighten me. the Issuance of additional Com Americans," he continued .'thi

Can Make the Difference. It prepareth a reduction of Income in the presence w9 merce Department export licens $150 million could buy about 60

But how can Scouting "Make the Difference" witha of my enemies. p es and laid the total estimated loaves of bread for each one III>

boy soon to become a man? How does a boy come to My expenses runneth over shipments will be 250 million the 7.5 million American tarn
bushels. lies the Administration claims J s
.know and to appreciate his heritage as a citizen of this Surely Foreign Aid and my poverty ,shall follow me all this living In poverty."

nation? How does his sense of responsibility .and his the days wheat"Exporters, for which are the buying farmers "I've always thought chant

concern for others unfold? Of my life! r have been paid $2 a bushel, and should begin at home," Gurney

Begin with him when he is a Cub Scout as he promises And I shall dwell in a mortgaged house forever! ,'. I selling it to the Communists for concluded

with all the solemnity of an 8-year-old "to do my A WORRIED TAX PAYER

best to do my duty to God and mykCOimtry. : ." Watch SCOOTHWEEK:

,the pride and loving care with which he handles the Boycotts Go UnheededOur a

flag as he is taught to fold it. He may not fully understand -
BOY SCOUTS OJ 'AMERiCA" ,
all that it stands for, but someday he will with
help. proposed and highly desired boycotts of Com .

munist countries in different of the world it
Observe him later as he stands tall, alert, and proud parts seems, I

:Jn his khaki uniform as the flag is lowered in Scout camp. are all being ignored simultaneously. I Nosing AroundBy I ,
citizen and The would-have boycott of Cuba suffered: a setback
Jle is living everyday experiences as a good d
showing concern for the needs of others. He is growingand recently with the announced sale of 450 buses to Castro J ( Bob Hudson) y$6 Sa4fl

practicing the fundamentals of citizenship. All of by a British firm While this sale was by a private concern It has always been this writer' later and turn into a drive.in

this time he is under the friendly guidance and companionship and was not sanctioned by the British government, .' opinion that the minister, the law restaurant to drink a cup of coffee -
of men who care about him nevertheless, jt was very disappointing news. man and the judge should always with a friend Ufi\ bet

Now he is grown tall in high school an Ex- Now comes the recognition of Red China by Franceto set in a good example -particularly ) We fully realize that we are not
smaller cities and towns the perfect driver we've lost
plorer.. He ponders the words of the Explorer Code. end another boycott hope which had grown brighterof where so many people know them sight of cars coming sown' the our I"eretJberehweaqJ1
There is conviction in his voice as he says, "I will treasure late with the tift between Moscow and Peking. This personally highway and pulled out In frontof money

hiy American heritage and will do all I can to preserve was a resounding blow and more than our ego stands to The vast majority .of them do them; we've failed to stop ata

$nd enrich it." be impaired by this shocking dea .,. there is little doubt about it. stop sign, simply because o f \
: And so this young American comes to manhood. He These disappointments, following closely on the foot But occasionally something happens something else on our mind; and<
and of announced wheat sales to Russia that makes a person think. we've exceeded the speed limit ;
has grown through his Scouting experiences throughthe steps our causes one
Take the case of the lawman who by a mile or two. But it Is sorta
Influences of many men who have helped him. He to wonder }jf this wheat deal was interpreted by othersas
himself breaks the very laws rough to see a law enforcement
has a job and a family and is making himself count in his a lifting of cur own boycott against Communist coun that he is sent out to enforce. vehicle in violation what must

community. lie is a citizen of a great nation; he under- tries. Maybe we asked for it. We're not pointing at any single the youthful drivers think? cHiJa1.a <

stands his heritage and cheerfully accepts his future Every nation seems to be taking the attitude of "ev- lawman or enforcement agency, !

Obligations to all men. eryone for himself" and just where this may lead but In our travels in tile past several Someone asked us the other

He has been a.Scout fie is America's answer. appears confusing to all but the Communists they are weeks (we might point out day about when the new Star.
Advocate building would get ender
that one of these occured outside -
if don't watch out
the main benefactors and we they'llwind
this area), we have noticed: way. We'd tell you frankly I
up running the whole show. When the mortgage financing is -
Brevard At World's FairThe A mobile crime unit "ran" a
All anti-Communist countries should join in these completely arranged. The buildIng -
red light, narrowly missing a ve-
boycotts and the United States will have to exert a firmer I hicle that was passing through on bids are in along with bid

fund-raising drive has been launched for the lead-hand thus assuring they are carried:through. .green The unit was not on an on electrical, heating air conditioning It'* Brest to have $1Via9$

firevtffd County: booth at the.New York,World's Fair. .. "emergency run and did not have ,paving, floor covering,

\ This booth jn, the ,Florida ,Pavilion! wild literacy put TitusVillc' (Florida) StarAdvocateEstablished ? *turning.i siren blaring I We think/nor ,,a the red drrved fight etc We* -have" many thousands of where you can KNOW

Brevard before the eyes of the world some 18 million the dollars worth of press stcrotype
I just simply thought light was
are expected to visit the Sunshine State exhibit in 1964- when In truth it red. and other equipment stored at
green, was and earning 4Vi%
1880
65. A well.marked police car park Fidelity Storage and Warehouie.

Chambers of Commerce throughout the area are cooperating ) Mondays, : ed by a fire hydrant in a well- And we have other equipmenton
l u
order. So :you see we're just INSTANTLY
in an extensive fund-raising campaign aimed Wednesdays, and Fridays 0: painted "no parking" zone about
(@lk'll'ub)1shed If ready.
at -equal efforts and sharing by all sections of the county. By Tit !V1I1e Star-Advocate, Inc. << yAt'The parking when there places were nearby.several empty You won't be any more glad This may be a fine time to transfer your money to
No effort will be in the Brevard have the four-
spared making than we wilj we
several First Federal where It will
Star-Advocate Building A lawman, passing cars start at once to earn a full
booth one of the most interesting and attractive in the on a two-lane highway at a high man advprtisirg department 4\'t% the very .day r ypu.bring or mail it in.
85 Mull: Street, Titusville, Fla.
I't working in an office above Bad
Florida Pavilion this combined with the national speed in a congested area and -
cock Furniture; 11 news, photographic You know this area and the great future it has. You
limelight now focused on our efforts assures 'topbilling' Fres. Mrs. Hazel S. Hudson, Vlce Pres. through at least one Intersection,
space Henry II Hudson, bookkeeping and management can see the types of homes on which we make first
for Brevard County, Robert H. Hudson, Secy.-Treas. only to stop abruptly a minute people working in a mortgage loans-you know they are safe.

Each of us can be a "Brevard County Booster" by H. Hudson Publisher Robert H. Hudson, Editor space that was designed for five;
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Henry other families who have lost You might make a higher dividend in far-off lands,
lending our support, financial and otherwise, to the David Dunn, Advertising Mgr. William G. Lyerly, Circulation Mgr: their pets on this speedwayfeel about 15 more in the production but what do you know about location or constructionof
Chambers of Commerce in this drive thus advertisingto do area, where four held forth In
Second.Class Postage Paid at Tltusville, Florida the game way as we the and the circulation properties way out thar.
the World our vital and strategic role in the Space ,... about this situation. past;
warehouse at the Our 4V4 is the
in %
personnel a highest dividend paid under
Subscription Rates: Each time we have complained any
Age, and exhibiting our intention of maintaining and Carrier Home ,Delivery 1 Yr. $7.80 6 Mo. $4.00 I Mo. $2.25 about the speed, we are askedat rear of the building. So you see, conditions in North Brevard County
strengthening that role in the wonderful years which lie By Mail inFlorida1 Yr. $6.50.0 Mo. $3.50 3 Mo. $2.OQ what time of the day it is the we're crowded and will be glad It is higher than the dividend
paid
average by say
ahead. Outside Florida 1 Yr. $7.50 > 6 Mo. $4.00 S Mo. S2.50 worst. That Is difficult to say as when the coming move is made ings and loan associations in the entire State of Florida.
it is almost constant. My hus
band has almost been run down Pattern Savings here are definitely insured up to $10,000
several times backing out of the ($$30,000 for a husband and wife) by FSLIC a permanent -
driveway at 6:30: a.m. agency of the U, S. Government. (Nobody has
I
Letters From Our ReadersIt All I'm asking is if you do fited ever lost a penny on savings so insured.)

travel this road PLEASE abide
You borrow
can instantly ,here on your savings if
is ,directed to all by the speed limit signs of 35 ,,' m you ever need extra cash so you can thus "eat
Has Fault classes! were cancelled and the cent of the students uninterested if the program miles per,hour We have twenty <, cake and have it too." your I
Editor: rest were not rescheduled: Student and a lecture room atmos levels of education. some pre' chool children on this )

While reading your editorial and instructor interest declined phere. Although I am proud' of our road and one of them may be the There is no .ifs-ands-or) .buts to our Instant 4Vi%.
entiled "Channel 24 ETV," 1 was after the novelty wore off. On any last visit to Melbourne school system and proud ofuach.tillnJZ next one to die.
reminded of a demonstration of Chemistry was poorly taught because High School, the large room ,(rOI.Bi&h atheist Also if the person who( hit our If you want tq have your savings transferred from
the educational television system of lack of color to demonstrate built especially for ,this type of in Brevard, excess taxes, due to dug reads this article would anywhere bring your pass book? to us and we will take,
at Riverview Elementary results in experiments.Mathematics class, was divided into two mismanagement and nearsightedness of- please stop by and apologize to care of details of transfer without charge to you.

Slhool1ast month. The program, a boring subject classes: by a temporary parti are driving me out our children it would be greatly
presented by two local teachers, tu most, became !unbeatable. tion. The college.level student Brevard.R.. appreciated -
was entertaining and informa Student-instructor contacts were might benefit. But only if he E. Owens Mrs. Edward Henry *
tive. The following editions of severed In the complicated fieldof (she) is a part.time, night stu 123 Roosevelt St. J087 Carpenter Road a 'G j

the local papers praised the en- humanities dent. Note here that Brevard (Editor's Note: Suggest you No ,i For ThisYear's .
tire performance, Since that In the face of these facts, how Junior College and Brevard Engineering convey :your feelings to the County Need Swimming Program r
time, I have read many editorials can the local educators believe College are presently School Board either in per. Editor: OQ
in the available newspapers, that they, with limited experienceand doing excellent job>> in this cata- IOU or by the written word. It I wonder how many others have Higher
concerning this field of education. facilities, succeed :where (Jry. In addition, the prospect Is often that board members are watched the Winter ,Olympics as v
the College of Journalism at the of a large university near presented one side of the pictureand I bay | ,with a feeling of great dis Rate!
The newspapers-the tax pay. University of Florida failed? this area will probably supply yours just might be that appointment. I personally feel a Wait
er'. only access to Information. Remember that the students in the same service if there is a other aide that", would be profitable good show in the ,Olympics is
an television have neglectedto \! by law, to enroll for their Officials: have not showed always open to suggestions;! and peaceful way of showing our hest 4'v ,
point out the faults with the education.! It borders on the where a person taking a course ideas of others.) to the world. o Oi
system. With my limited association rediculous to imagine that students in bit own home or even in the While our climate isn't exactly r \
with educational televisIon between the ages of six local high school would receive Slow Down conducive to producing champions -
I will attempt to ask two and fourteen will benefit Their credit for the course from the Editor: for the Winter Olympic., we I'
4 questions. interest in their studies corresponds state universities. Doubtful, I'm writing this letter in do jhav* a unique opportunity to
First, who will benefit from directly with their student would ,be my guess. Definitely hopes that we may bring to an contribute to the Summer Olymp j1itt t JfeberalAnd
this system? How will they .teacher relationship.The the student could not acquire a end the excessive speed on Car- ics.
benefit? In the past three years, success of the program in degree from such instruction.My penter Road. I'd like to see Tltusville really
the University of Florida has ex I our high schools is doubtful. I second question lies in the Since this road has been open get behind our children and sup 9105 P42414:
./ perimented with a similar sys base my argument on an experi selfish, black, penny-pinching all the way to 46 it has been a port an all out swimming program >ab
"; tem on its campus. The program ment conducted at Melbourne part of my tax.paying mind. speedway. We have complained Not limited and geared to Printalso.. Fatten 1dj6tA0flaIf ugs
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has been directed by the High School in 1960. A Core I tow much will it cost, Retaining many times without results. high school only but providing an MV4, J4V4.14V& Else W.lift
College of Journalism, with its system was attempted in teach the thought that Brevard County As cf t this date no children have- opportunity for our elementary 4% yardslncli fabric jreooirM And Loan Association of Titusville
and, junior )high students. To build
hug assesta of both experienced ing world history. This FIFTY CENTS In
program, Taxes rise there mills ($3per been hit yet. So many lovable coins for
men and the most up-to-date if correctly presented by the in. $1000 of the value of your pets though. Just this past Monday swimmers, you must start young this pattern add IS cents Downtown Oiflc Washington at Mala *
for
Chartering an AAU team would rack pattern tor latclus
equipment. The entire program structors, was to utilize television property) each and every year, Feb. 3 our Dachshund was be a good start I wonder if our assailing nut /poclal Juudliac. Indian[ River Branch 145 N. Coquina Ar *
has failed with only one capitalize on teacher's I shutter at the prabable total Wed andhe driver never facilities .Bead .t* .1it Kcwipaper 1'11&0 ----
exception, this being programs strongpoints, and expound upon coat. My uneducated guess wouldbe slopped to inquire as to whetherhe could be made availableand tern Dept, 233 West lath St, j t TO 3 DAILY .ALSO 4 TO 7 FRIDAY
If f adults of the New York DIAL: AM 7-lfll
community 11 N. T. tttal (04 PLENTY FRET PARKING
for the third and fourth
designed outstanding student capabilities. $75,000 minimum dead.
$100,000 was hurt or This dog
are challenged and will rise to Sot our new F U-WUt r Pat
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;year medical school ..tudentl.f The result was one instructor with probably expense of over was: loved very much by our the rChllenaefMrs. sent Catalog Coupon, snags .(CJ UM Current Dividend Bate _
f 'The majority of the T.V. teaching three classes, ninety per. $060,000 in the next five years five children, and I'm sure the Donald Thompson good for ono) "no Pattern.' Compounded S mi-AnnuallyP.g.

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At Meeting Of Cub Pack 312 The Home All Florida Has W ante for ti,

Cub Scout Pack 312 openedIts thev' have worked on In the last t
January Pack mectjng witha few months. Maybe a few of I }
Flag Oremony led by Mrs these fine crafts will give some "!
Ral:'y'a Den e. In the absence of of our) new boys some good The Sensationally) Priced "FLORIDIAN/
Robert Gibson, Cubmaster, Glen idccs
Crow the committee chairman, Mrs Raley's Den had a display .
Introduced James Patton, district that looked like missile-
commissioner, and Lavfrence land itself. The buildings were
Ewen, assistant district very like those at Cape Ken
commissioner nettv. '
Bill Mullins announced the Mn Lanaris' Den displayed

winners of the attendance rib several crafts which. they have 2200 Sq. Ft. Of High Quality
bons: Mrs. Linaris' Den 1, and worked on, including! a twenty
Mrs Suter's Den 5 tied for thin: mule team, a ship, an artistic
honor. net fish, a totem pole, a letter 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths
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The Webelos Den gave several holder and a waxed bottle ,
good tips on how to treat differ
ant injuries, these taken from Air-Conditio ningThroughout
the first aid handbook the boys VA Seeking Job r
have studied this last month.
Mrs Gibson, who was In 2200 S SQ. FT.
charge of hospitality, presenteda Training For
Valentine cake to Mrs John
Brandenburg for guessing the BRICK HOME

nearest number of pages !in the Disabled Vets .
fix Civil Defense Handbooks
used this month fOR ONLY ,, tl
Openings for "on.the.Job" train
Mrs Gibson, as Pack Mother;, ing of) disabled veterans are beIng .
fiitioduccd three new Den Mothers sought by the Veterans Ad L 1
: Mrs. Albert Bender, Den ministration as the surest way to $ y s .,- ., .
2: Mrs Douglas Ahrens, as obtain permanent employment lSA:
slant Den Mother for Den 2, for the veteran when his trainingis 0
and Mrs\ Wm. Ownby, Den 3. completed. 1A

: Irs. Frank Hubinger was un Merely to train veterans in vocational yl,
iblc to attend, but Is taking Den /
schools
cr colleges ac

Raley, awards chairman, cornplishcs only a part of the
task they arc still unemployed. ON YOUR LOT
tMr.assisted! by Mr. Patton in ; z
Their handicaps rather than their : ,
t of two new Bobopts \ .
abilities may loom large in a .
Joe Blankenship, and r'q+f" +
prospective employer eyes.
dregory Soxino The follow .
On the other hand, VA offic .. t
i lift- Awards were ghee! : lals have learned, i if! an employ \ '.::. .
Randy Aker Lion Badge, ,
trains the disabled veteran In '
Gold and Silver Arrow, also Sil er \;i,:
:
there Is
his own shop, strong assurance .
\tr on Wolf; Gary Raley Wolf that he will retain the '.., 4 (I
Badge, Gold and two Silver Arrows trained veteran as a tailor.
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Clark Milliard Wolf made" employee. ,' '

Badge; and Gold Arrow; Anthony The VA asks the aid of the vet t.'rlk r fa i t Y
a
Aker Wolf Badge, Gold erans groups, employment agencies .
ntid two Silver Arrows; Bill and the business world in ,-
Morgan Wolt Badge and Gold general. in locating employerswho
Arrow; Bill Allgeo Two Silver will offer disabled but am ,.
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Arrows for his Bear Badge; bitious veterans a chanc to take

Gary Suter Lion Badge, Gold training in specialized lines of Typical i t Fcatur i t ".e.s.' 'Of" lit
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Arrow; Richard Nevins Lion work with a goal of permanent I"d"

Badge. Richard and Gary aie10'i employment. 'lictmparable "F lor I ( "a.-
years old, so will advanceto .
the Webelos Den. Bruce Crow HAPPY SOMETHING STARTLING AND REALLY SENSATIONAL has occurred In Tit.,,111. in the housing -

received a Denners Stripe. BIRTHDAY Induslryl' It'' the creation of "THE FLORIDIAN" a highly' appealing, top-quality, STEEL STRUCTURAL SYSTEM .
A movie on "Water Safety". Florlda-minded house you can buy right now for AT $5.000 LESS than comparable con same 'inherent strength found'in skyscrapers
ivis shown by Mr Nevins. : L.AST ...
'Air. Crow announced that Feb Saturday, February 8 v.ntlonally>built homes! This substantial J200 17, ft.t .... wlth brick,, exterior, Is the result of and d.
Robert Smith A TERRIFIC 2200 SO. FT. OF SPACE .
-Mrs : ; t
ritary 7 through 13 Is Boy Scout 100% EXPERT MASS PRODUCTION '. thereby achieving' for the first time. the Immense
Mrs Edith L, Hurst Including a 2V( x 20 enclosed garage with
Week, and boys should : benefits of .In.i. hone built :
wear John Threlkeld economic: mase'producing a to rigid specifications finished wallaCENTRAL
their uniforms to school alL
Faye Allen AIRCONDITIONING System.
week Our sponsoring: church,. Diane Carlile Every inch of "The Florldlan". (which' nicely, mesa FHA standards' and Florida building codes) Isengineered
t thf St. Gabriel's Episcopal I Elmer Howard Ormsbee \ to ...loeUc.. It features tlme-UsUd Steel Structural System developed through U. S.Steel : CENTRAL HEATING System
(.lurch, would like to have the' COMPLETELY INSULATED exterior
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Cubs and their families attend Joyce Schutt research. U. S. SI 'I'.'skills in engines-ring, designing, architectural, "k..w-how", mass production walls and celling, full thick Insulation.

services in a group, if possible, Sunday: February 9 and purchasing are reflected in every facet of this' remarkable house. The resulti "The BRICK EXTERIOR no maintenance, !
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next Sunday, February 9th. Aaron A Taylor Florldlan" Is the greatest home-..1.. ,In America today! Seeing. Is believing : so come first' 2.-YEAR ROOF SHINGLES; wlndprootthane. '

Mrs. Raley gave a brief re, oward Powell you get .to see for yourself and for Florida-bound, home.seeking. relatives, and friends. VAPOR BARRIER surrounds entire house
port on the plans for the Blue Dolan E. Cantrell, Jr. .Ioi
It will be a well worth while, we can assure yowl
arid Gold Banquet It was de? .Jap: Ice Hendrix 1. FIRISHRHANC
tided that we would hold the J. B Griffin III ,'. .,.. IIi. Armstrong"
banquet at the Orlando Utilities white vinyl asbestos floor
building! !in Bellwood, since our T DeWitt.Monday,Taylor Ftbruiry 10 ::::s:::: SCHEIRICH KITCHEN CABINETS In T

Puck has three new Deris, and.., Mrs Hugh Matthews .....; natural birch finish; with t Lay Susans
this( : building would accomodate Melvin Stadig ::::::;:::::: FORMICA COUNTER TOPS, post.formed
that number of people .' .
better bits, F. Mazzatto: 1. G. E. RANGE AND OVENG.
The dinner will( be held on Feb' "
Fred Warner Johns : E. DISHWASHER.: tool
ruary 29, at six o'clock.
Refreshments were served by Bcbert Couric See The Model I FLORIDIAN N. ALUMINUM I -HtNGwINDOw
Norma Jean Thompson ::-:-=-:::
Mrs. Stlt r's Den 5, carrying SASH with Screens
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>. for the parents of Den 3 TidesHigh :: = SLIDING GLASS DOORS (baf.ly,1...)
were the musical instrumentsth LO* '. with Screens

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because of the death of the 5:00 a.m. 11:09: a.m
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President. The boys had twen 4::59!! p.m. 11:23: p.m. CLOSURESR
t tycne> different types of borne 2731' SOUTH f STREET t
mJde: instruments, as follows: Sunday, Ftb 9 DRESSING ROOM, with Master Bedroom

wobd rythin blocks, stringed instruments 5:5Z: a.m. a.m. -e CONTOUR BATH TUB wall hung water
chimes, tambonnes, 3::SO p.m. 12:01 p.m. "' closets, oversize: medicine" cabinets i vanity .
hikers and rattle, horns and with white glitter top
druTis. Monday, Fei,10 1 GRAND OPENING I DE LUXE LIGHTING FIXTURES and ,,'

They also displayed some of 8J8:: a t.m. 12:10 a.m. :::;::;.=:; electrical, ,.lIlene. outlets on the outside
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"'Pag 4 TlfvivllU (Florida) prAdvcat -i-I Carnival last, week It seom rn,
Friday, February 7, n*4 I
Terry not only emceed this year,

piogram but wrote( t tu', ol 'N

'round town scripts: as well One nlelJ1bt

:: remarked "we couldn t (

I along without him." Terry

/ Baibara, is an active men,
barbara
wtA News Phone 2<'-'''' wit* car oll I tlu club, and as far as II. ,::,.

j, ,r NOIiFI Zlrevtzrd the' other members are <:".-. 'I'JI,

A bevy of Brcvard beauties --. made up of well known personal ed. he's "Teirylfic."

/ will be vying; for the titl-s 4 _* tics In the area including Sen I

of Valentine Queen Saturday alor Bernard Parrish, Mrs Delhi The Friendship Club wit! "'1'1

flight at the annual Beta Sigma Rodam. mgr of Patricia Stevens next Wednesday morning ilione '

S FH. Sweetheart Ball at the Ram. Modcli.ig School; Terry ft Mis G H Koolc-: 'II. *

AAUW Plans Parliamentary USA uda lots in Cocoa Beach.: 'StocktUlc. Brevard disc jockey.; Hibiscus Ave., Forest iill"Bridge "J

I r' Touring A "sweetheart" candidate has and Mrs. Louise Gibbons Brevird will begin at 9':31: ,
been selected tach Civil Defence officer
by of the County with a covered dish lunch i ,I
Workshop As Initial nine Cocoa, Titusville and Cocoa .
.. Project Subject t Of Beach chapters of the International 12.30 p,m, Reservations i n. ', :e
I nude by phoning Mrs. '!icoti
.: Recognizing I need for a better men cultural and service soro- "j first grade students of Mrs. at 267.4352: or Mrs. Tom 1"it2b7 ,\
riiy!: the wmmr of the coveted Ron Boyd at Whispering Hills
knowledge of the Tuesday Talk
principles Tentative plans are fur tie "" .0 07 by Tuesday
lllla to be delightful
announced near the School presented a

in the organizations of the com High: School, on a Saturday In Tour Alluring U.S.A. It te close of the gall, alfjir .... program: about farming Wed
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munity the Titusville Branch of April. As there Is no registered thrme of a talk Miss Carol! L'lWomen's e, The lovely young hopefuls representing ,; nesday morning for their mothers Al ant Betty Miller\ of \ me-

A\UW plans to sponsor a parliamentary parliamentarian in the Immediatearea Travel Director for' e Titusville's four sorority and other first and second st. will be returning next "'"
Shell Oil chapters are- Mrs. Pauline graders of the school. The from several I weeks sU\ -
procedure workshop one will be brought In from Company, will bfftig: a
This Is the first community elsewhere to conduct the all-day two members and guests oC: .t t t. White Eta Eta Chapter; Mrs. charming little announcer for Downey, California. Alt)" "ia;;

service project of the newly chartered workshop. Her fee and expenses Teresa's Catholic Woman's Q b, Bonnie Griffith, Phi Beta Mu the program was Marion Bomir Al has been busy with bt";'iCn'.

branch of the American will be shared by those attend Tuesday, at the Ccimmutqty Chaptri Mrs Shhley White XI tif.Shlrl.y The youngsters opened tlieir for Noith American Bet:\

Association 0 f University Woo iiij. in the form of a small rcgii Uoom of Citizen's Dank. Del'a Mu Chapter and Mrs AnnPauline show by' singing "Down On The enjoyed \hitin, with her 1 ii>-1

tration fee. Further information Mrs. James Brown, club pridcnt. s. -- Whit Faim followed by the little girls er, ion. Bob Woods: and dl'
said Miss Lane, who tis singing and dancing: to "Little family
regarding registration will tic
Woman AttorneyTo : known as America's first lady'of tarv for ner chapter Being a Duckie Doodle. You'll Never
published at t a later date.Mrs. .
Address Club touring, will be the featured rcn'clary comes natural for Catch Me" was then sung by all
( Curtis Wherry, AAUW speaker at the club's mcetlnjjat; t -a the children The boys then Mrs Necdham Bryan is in m.,
Shirley she employed as
since is
"Where There's a Will. Tiiere.a ', legislative chairman, Is in charge; the regular time of 8 p.m. sang and danced their song about clinic at Gainesville for <'lii>rk
of the workshop omit'I !h being asut --- a secretary for Douglas at the
Way" will be the t topic tt) be Miss Carol L.'IIWOnlJn's "The Scarecrow" followed up and treatment
t d by Mrs, William Claik and "As part of her talk, Miss Lane Cape. She is also a member of
discussed at t next Monday nUhts: by the entire group doing a circle -
Mrs. Sylvester Rose, Mrs( Wherry will discuss her personally re the Naliimiil' 1 Secretaries Association -
meeting of the Indian River City dance to "Needle In A Haystack W. E Ziegler left Thurda
has announced that t letters Club Hears searched Ideas on how to budget and counts bowling and
Woman's Club whin the Home ," by plane for St Paul, :Minnu-i u
Life Department will present are beIng sent to over 50 organl!: Interior DecoratorCrecr ; a vacation by car anti, how ,to swimming us her favorite hobbies For the final number, six to attend the funeral seruu.'
make
nations, inquiring: as to how much traveling with children casler .
Frances Ann Jamieson, first wo adorable "singing farmers," Ills brolher, E. R. Zicglrr
S in Brevard Interest t each croup has In the j McMorris, local: Interior ( on all concerned", Mrs.
County
man attorney Brown said. "She will The \\a .t t of the sweetheart dressed In straw hats and dungarees -
The meeting will be held at 8 workshop. It Is requested that cliorntui[ iccunimcndcd the use 0 present
the of color novel vacation suggestion! Including candidates representing Titus- (Kirk Welch B11 Wake- henry Ford Is confined to In,
p,m. at the Civic Center qiioBtlonnaiits' re relurni'd\ ) pastel in decorating;
Mrs Jamieum who admitted tier as soon as possible, so that mall rooms, in a talk before theVom.an'a how to plan and takea yule) Is brownhaiied beauty field, Larry Wadsworth, Michael boone with an injured bark aol i
was weekend 'tourette'. She will [ Crawford and Doug Walker) led neck as the result of fall
limn
also Mrs a
to practice in Florida in planning may continue. Club of Titusville, Ann Lyle, vIce presidentof
demonstrate how to pack a two- the children in singing 'She'llBe a flight of stairs.
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19bO received( her US and MS. The object vf parliamentarylaw Inc. Minlay.McMorris week wardrobe Into a single 26. Ek. .....-; the most recently organized Cumin Around The Mount"

degrees in Chemistry from the Is the providing of a commonS stated his prefer- inch suitcase." chapter, Theta Omicron. A ain". We hear the Mothers

University of Tennessee and her 'tide for conducting!: business free for cninlees instead uf rods Miss Lane travels more than native of Alabama, Ann has really enjoyed the show, one John Walding is in Croswo'1'
been a member of Beta Sigma Michigan, as a result of the death ,
LLB from Cumberland University meetings Active participation In lor window drapes, and offered CO.OUO; miles each year research told us, "I've never seen anything \ of his mother.
however informal suggestions for making these of Phi since moving to Titusville j
public meetings ing and testing ideas for family so cute in my life, abe..
'i The mother of two children requires a knowledge.: of at plywood; and decorating. He travel. Her unique suggestions Whit. 3Mi years ago:: (Mrs Boyd) certainly did a won

o II, she is on the Board: of the Brevard least the rudiments of parliamentary also explained the advantages of for short cuts to fun filled touring Lyle Theta Omicron Chapter Ann and:! husband: DeWitt, derful job with the children"

Chapter of f the American practice. It embodies the fabrics treated with Scotch Card have been widely accepted ty the live at 100 Lakeviow Drive and "Try Before You Buy"

Cancer Society; Scholarship basic principles of equal rights, that will not spot or soil thus motoring public. Attractive Pauline White mov Kive two children, Mike', four
Board of Helping lUnds In Latin ed to Titusville neatly 3Vj years Recently organized North
rule of the majority, protectionof tluiilnatlng the need for slip cov .
She has written articles und Mlchcle, one. Although aOl American Wives Club will hold I
:Lands FunJ; Citizens Service many ago and la currently residing at FREE FACIAL J
the minority, and orderly ers.
consideration
Committee of the United Fund of and booklets on her travels and is 1020 Milton St with husband, { mer receptionist for Dr. H their regular monthly social
of one subject at atiml Mrs, Wiley Fish'er\ chairmanof T Walker, and
Brevard County, and the Brevard a frequent guest on radio and Buddy and children, Michael, currently utilizes next Wednesday morning at Call \
!. the Hume Life Department, introduced tier time with household dutiesF3 267-3059 or 267-7673
television shows.St. P.AF.B
Officers
: :Association for the Mentally Re. 11 and Debbie, 8FmplojeJ Club. Cards>>

". .tarded. which is hoer pet project. All organizations meet with the tile speaker who came: Teresa's Catholic Woman's In the department will begin at 10:00: a.m. followed

Mrs. W. D. Bruncr, senior dir Implied understanding that their to Titusville from the Tampa.SI. Club invites ether women's organ at BrevBid personnel Board! of- by a luncheon 'at 1230: p.m. BEAUTY COUNSELOR J)

ector of District No. 6, and club proceedings will be governed by 1'flo( area.Reprtu izations to join them in welcoming Public Instruction t Pauline I This will be the third meeting ,

sponsor, will give a brief talk on parliamentary law. Its basic rules were heard on the s Miss Lane to Titusville her spends a eieat: deul of her spare for the new group and all North COSMETICS

,the History of the! Federation. are flexible enough to serve Golden Yeais Club which meet i only appearance in Brt'vardCounty. time with various outdoor, activities American Wives are invited to

Hostesses for this meeting are: the needs of all types of organiza: on the first and third Thursday and to learn her helpful and sports. attend Reservations may be

'S.00"Mrs. Nick Turpoljac Mrs. Tom lions! and can be used with varying nmirnmgs of the month, and on i Ideas. made by phoning Mrs Harold

Martin, Mrs. Louis Stone, Mrs. degrees of formality the crowing student loan fund 1 I She has been a member of Radchff, 2670484 by Monday

Richard Webber and Mrs. Michael being built up by the card 1 Flower Arrangement Eta Eta Chapter for three years

Wedding.!: held the and is serving 13 treasurer this
panties on third Mondayof
Mrs. Trumbull Mrs.
I Workshop Feb. 10 Mary Munson of Kerr-
each month at 7:30: p.m. at year.A ville, Texas Is currently visiting
'UIJ'Hibiscus Garden Installed the club house. The next party member of Phi Beta Mu her'
The Flower ncicc Mrs. F.
Arrangement Woik- P Sheridan of
Circle To MeetThe Mrs Johanna Trumbull wis will\ be on Fcbruaiy 17. shop to take place at 10 a.m. Chapter for only \\Vi' years, lovely J 110 Anna Drive. Mrs MunsonIs N? i
installed as president of (the The Brevard! blond Bonnie Cliff it h finds:
County Federation !Monday, February 10th at the the recently retired Assistant
Hibiscus Garden Circle/ World War I Auxiliary, Uarrucks eil Women's Clubs will meet Woman's Club building proov herself busy this year as publi- t Chief of Kerrville Veterans \

will meet February 1J: at 2:1.10: : No. 1193 Wednesday, succeeding in Cocoa on teD: 19, Mrs\ : J. J, Ises to be a real "Fun" day for city chairman, yearbook chair- Hospital

p.m. at the home of Mrs. H. S. 'I MI's. Nellie Wheatly CoiiuVs, club president, announced all members. mm and scrapbook chairmanfor \ '

Elrod, 1725: Tropic St. Other officers installed by Mrs Sine also annouced that another Mrs( Nester Herbert, presidentof her chapter. Mr, Peggy Filer of 541 Oak-

The circle is looking forward Frank Lash, Winter Garden 7th meeting will be held by Founder's Circle of the CocoaRorkledge dale Lane spent an enjoyable ri
A native of Danville, Virginia,
to hearing Leland Losley, who District president, were Mrs. those interested In starting the : Garden Club, will be weekend visiting with friends

will talk and show films on "The Nicholas Gentile, first vice-presi- Friendset the. Library again, at overseeing the workshop. Mrs -:- Ann Lyl* in Boynt Beach, Dr. Robert __JThj i

Flowers of Hawaii." dent; Mrs. Win H. Barnard, 8pm. February 20 at the li Herbert, an artist, teaches class and as an active member of the and Marge lJal rand their par- i

Mrs. Kenneth Schenck Mrs. ticdsurer; Mrs Orrin Wade., brary. es in flower arranging and has I Ixnra Garden Circle. Her favo- ents, Mr. and Mrs C A. Barr I
Paul Bamforth and Mrs. W. 1.). chaplain; Mis Louis I'cpper, attended a number of schools
Bruner will serve as co.hose... guard and Mrs. Walter Watson, Guest introduced at the featuring arranging The Garden rite hobbles are water skiing, Overheard I Mj j ) '
meeting were Mrs. Leona Sawyer boating and dancing some Jr. Woman's I
es. trustee, In the in- Club feels very fortunate In '
------- Assisting a V'S1'V' 'In Indian* River Speaking of dancing music of Club members chatting recently \ V. '
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ceremony were City, guest of Mrs. Condes; Mrs. workshop and hopes that Saturday's\ big dance will be and learned their "righthandman"
Etta: Kehoe of Orlando, acting as many
Lillian Aprill and Mrs. Catherine members furnished by the Gene Femett for the past two main
as possible will be
A' chaplain; and Mrs, Naomi Williams Shaw rtf New Jersey, sistt-rs-m- able to take advantage of her tal .t.. Orche tra and there's still time money.making projects has been

acting conductress. law cf Mrs C, Glerum; and MrsMugnive \ to pi 11 chase tickets, at $5: per none other than C. A, "Terry"
Mrs Mclrose Koon and Mrs.Charlcs f
of iflineiu, guest of ents.Ably twisting! Mrs. Herbert couple, from Mrs. Esther Lee Terhune. Terry was outstanding .

SUutis, who were ill, Mrs L. H Bus lun,. will be Mrs. Robert{ F. Mitchell, at Edwards! Realty, from Mrs. as emcee at last years follies

: RiA will In! Installed at a later date Rffrcihmcntu: of cherry: tarts\ district director of District I of EInora Robinson, 267.0259 or and outdid hlm elf at the Winter
{ as second: vice pieUilont,\ and conS
minis, nuts, tea rind coffee were the Florida State Garden Club from any member of the sorori
'II '
ductless respectively. etned, from a table decorated in !Mrs Mitchell is also from the ((1'All proceeds from the ball WHISPERING HILLS
Mrs. Watson repotted that the
.. 12 the Valentine theme Hiutcsses Cocoa.Rocklcdge' area and is well will benefit the Bievard County
PRICE OEOUQANT
SALE relief fund was growing steadily, COUNTRY CLUB
were Mrs, J. D. llamm. Mrs. known as a judge lot flower Heart Fund Drive.
'I us was the sunshine fund These Kcnnotli Martin, Mrs. II C. shows. I The Valentino Queen will be CATERS TO BANQUETSOF

arc new fumlt., will the relief luid. Mrs W. A Wenzel, Mrs.C. The meeting will start at 10 si'let tod by a group of judges ALL KINDS
fund to be uictl only for aid to
a.m. sharp and members .
(7 Uurnett, Mrs. G. K. are reminded -- -- --- ------ ---- -
--- Sparkling
vcterdiis and, their families and Bonn! Griffith I -
to dress Informally, bring
Hhcrklup:: Mrs W W. James, --I
the sunshine fund will be used Sr., and Mrs. Arthur Demond their own containers and flowers Bonnie and husband. Neil movedto

for cards, flowers etc, for mem as well as a sack lunch.; Acacia Titusvillo two years ago{ to Brilliance

.. bers.Mrs Circle, acting as hostesses, will their home at 4.234 E-nex. St I SAMUEL J. BARR, M. D. I
Dal nard Invited the Birthday Club MeetsAt serve coffee and home made dessert Bonnie is employed by Gus
members to attend WIICHT.MARKIDOR
AmericanIsm
the Hudson Residence
Faulk Chevrolet and. In her
ANNOUNCES
Reservations be made RELOCATION OF OFFICES YOUR PROTECTION
meeting on Feb. 24, 8 may by fpare time, loves to swim and i
p.m., at the Legion Heath ID hear Mrs.( U II Hudson! was host phoning AM 7.03611.Valentine .
ski. FOR TIlE PRACTICE OF Weight of Center
Arthur Tolls speak and to see a ess to the Birthday Club at a Stone
Stamped
film on Communism. The pro. luuclieon at tier home Wednesday DanceThe Charming Shirley White, representing OBSTETRICS AND GENECOLOGYAT Inside the ring. ;

o..JOV.50C giani Is given by the Legion honoring the birthdays of XI Delta Mil\ resides ,
REG.1oO l
I Auxiliary and all interested am Mis MMrtd\ Henderson and Titusville Chapter of De- with hubby Dick ard 22 month' TilE

0 Smooth flldVon.. Moll-. Lotion invited to attend. Mrs Jessie Ptppers moldy Boys and Rainbow Girls old son, Scott, in their boone at $15000Each
.
Doodannt 0 Ntw, protective Two new IJ1cnlbl'fsIn! After lumh gifts were opened will have their Valentine Danceat 945 Forrcot, Rd. Formerly of GARDEN MEDICAL CENTER
I" Crom Draeorint I .. I
:| Mir Doodoront Stick CMlwiy Grace Orlando IIlltl Mis. Lena by the honorees and bridge and the Masonic Lodge Saturday Marietta, Ohio, the Whites moved GARDEN AND PARK AVENUES

:NOW Evening In Paris glvM you l r..t. Beckett, were given their obligation. IKiMjnol rummy were played. night February IS, beginning at to Titusville in January of
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
frg protection with thro* popuUrxfonnU Others! present were Mrs Emma 7.30: o'clock ':58\ Priscilla Weight-

.< Roll It Lotion DMdo) The meeting and installation Hcnderinn ?Mrs. Blanche Cole- Refreshments for the occaolon Marked diamond is
itnt, Cusses DiodoroM) .,nd Hours ByAppointment carefully -
Chooio D.odorsntItick. followed a covered dish dinner rnnn. Mrs Edna Roberts and will be served by the Rainbow Shirley has been a Beta Sigma
th
on p Tel. 267-29M
I sully I I for you..but for I.t":::;: protection with members of the Titusville MM R L. Culbcrtson of Port St. Gills and Dcmolay Mothers Phi member for the past five set to reveal fiery)

'round,tht.clock b. lure to) Barracks who also: held instill John i Circle. years and is currently the secic- brilliance You'll
ChooM tvtnlrg In Pin .. I capture -,
tion. .1 ---------

I her heart, her love (or.

I VISITING HER NECK PAINS area some Impinged.of which are undoubtedly ever with this elegant

EGKERDDrUa Mr and Mrs.\ r rank Waechterof
AddARoom !
A subluxation t (misplacement I ) ring.
Stores Orlando are spending the week it the base of the skull causes j
end with !Mr. and Mrs. II H. By OR. C. H. PRIOR not only headaches, and headaches

11 Hudson. ['lid you vu wake up witha but indigestion, constipation ..._ ._.
--- and disorders because the V CALL US FIRST FREE ESTIMATES
pain in your neck? !More I\ Priscilla
nerves supplying ill\ organs area t
than likely 1 part of) the spinal cord. h' NO OBLIGATION 16 YEARS EXPERI- .'a.0.. arise

PUDLIC DANCE you that have means a ; I Adjustments of the subluxa : ENCE IN BUILDING LICENSED AND IN-
tion Is the only logical: way to JAY BEEJEWELERS

Saturday February 8 9:30: to 1:30: (aubluxaUonmisplace- .'It' correct the cause of disease. -' SURED RESIDENTIAL fc COMMERCIAL

stenO of a !
Stat lighters Band vertebrae One of a series of articles i6O NO DOWN PAYMENTI.

in the neck) .. published to explain and illustrate $

$5:; per couple Other sjrnptorni the practice of chiroprac a
'I will Cur. PRIOR & Zeke Evans ,INDIAN RIVER PLAZA
tic.. Pubhhed by Dr C. H. | -
also surely "follow because the j*
Titusville Post No. 1 American Legion spinal cord Is involved and all Prior whose office Is located INDIAN RIVER CITY .

the nerves" in the body are a 1334 1 S. Washington Ave., Phone Construction Co., Inc. Phon. 2873897.v
Just North of Titusville On U. S. 1 part of the spinal cord in this 267.3187.
1425 M'jnoll. Av*.. Indian. Rift City, Phi M74347 j LI

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V Mdy, February 7, 1H4 TltunII.PI.rW./ter'Adr.eat.. C .. ,... J i jl* UI4IIL TUB (',11C1'IL.('n" eeCaf.if A tin imrtw roI'Kt'KII sorteR or tllrlTEI'Tl0ll! : to

--- --- IIIUIII.11: fllliriUL KAMBin
; Oil STY IITATB OtMOHIIM
i 0 ,,r rr If ClltlllLMV.Tllh :' compllanc with Howe Bill
a'i 1 + No\ 11,11.b..r.. Mimoar. Vt"' .d,
Mims Area HappeningsSergeant f 511. YI/;': HAVIN ........ or .Iu"..... Acn M 1IM1 uuuilcraicnau ..
: M"'N'IIIIANK FOR -
wlik Ik*
will rmlilir I j
"IH IN TAPS cirr or NEW : : ,
Cluia ui Cue Circuit Court In Vr** /
II V..HK N.w York .ryuralon. receiptof i
v.u'oUD'T.' tlurma. upon
('lalollftn. .proof uf publication vt tills

Retires After 221/ YearsBy nolle. the following fiitulnui'. Damn,
lilT"I KltAftlk:, e1 l it.p, town. JA > i:fca,; JH-VVKUEKll! uaurr -
'fndakliM
5, which w. are nignHaa la retail
fit k: IK .1l11 jewelry at 7"11 urlauuu Mold, laulan
n Tin: ",rATio: UP'" KLOIUDAI Outlet Cliy. Alorliia* and] tart thunUenliued ,,
Mrs. Glidyi Mclendon and !Mrs\ Leslie Shaw and familY. Following the much enjoyed I ,i ltd* 11 I Kraui.. are yrlona I
I'hu.r: : : :
who* ruldrnie I. unknownN le telrsrl m .. ,
AM 7-1241 While there they also visited with program, a most delicious covered .>tlit' U boreby given that lull Dated al ntuavlii, tlorhla. tills l .

Mrs Lucy Baggett. and daughters dish luncheon was served. ha. hues filed In the above In.llcinj. 41 uay of Jan.. A.D. I'Jtit.Jini.i .
Master: Sergeant James E. Somerset i'nun, nciliiiu .inl nimnIUI H Huyloafern
( Mrs. Ruby Arthur and The tables were decorated to k r c |>:I> (' : 'jo.n.: l. Iris Chouln I M. ""1'1... "

has retired from the USAF Mrs. Ted Williams. follow the theme of the program, r w nil bo. wife. the title. of which cue Jan. ol. h'eb ;. 14. 41. (frl) lott.IMTIIr .

after 2-"years of service, during using place mats and napkins u \ i", nMrr, ehnwn .
"i in hirtliy required In (II 1
d which he also served with 1"'ii ,inKwei vr wrltlrit ili-frinc-i. IIi
James Townsend of Dublin, with maps of all areas under dis t IH( II I fill WT or THE!
"? 'in tin ilmv pioi r the U S Marine Corps and U NIMH 41 ..111\1. < llItlllr. IXAMI
i i
Georgia visited with Mrs. Addle cussion. li'ili .if tlili Court in S. Coast Guard. f i 'I p\ (hereof upon th* |iUlnllffi. .I.IIM'I I
Bevil and !\Mr and !Mrs.\ Higdon Those present were Rev and v ,a"vn r ,, who. name ..>l nlilrrMPM .
He 0t 4 M M r MY'II. HUM
saw service in both World
Mrs Mrs. Grover if" Kirmm on or brfnrt the
Lloyd Mullis '
Boil, Monday February 3rd. HKUT h'PtPiALNAVINGS AND
\Hi"Ii! ., ,,f Krbrunry. .
War II and the Korean War; also > 1111th .t. LtlAN A"\.IA'I'IUN UK CIM
Wright, Mrs J. W. Erwin Mrs. ',i f this iirwrmllnf .heing 1 oust LAM. a cU'lIo>,..Uoa.n. /

did service in various other foreign !Mr and !\Mrs Bernard Robertsare L. L Cantrrll Mrs. Arthur Miller I ."I I.n. rirnlnM,tl h, 1"II"wln the lien ilpmrllxj of. a .raorlint Plain II If.JUh.lt .

countries proud to say they have re Jr, Mrs Courtney Porter, -i, ,., >,r In HrevurJ County, property b'lorlda. : t>GU.: INC I'I..lda torpor*
A native of Mims. Somerset 'w was soon .tk. Ocr LHO, ,
snow cently moved into their new home Mrs. Roland Webb, Mrs. R J. CurporaUun 1
.
balk home with his wife l..a' 70. Rink D, Wlliwooet VII. a lorltla corporation.
West of Mims, on Highway 4(1.( Brough, Mrs. Leonard Gaetano 'IKK <"b.llv..lu". rim. Adillllim, Dfndant.)
Dottie, and son Scott. We all and Mrs. John Schneider tv 'inline 10 map or pill tbrof (Lk.HK-14 xiritr. orA .a; t
Nolle la hereby thai UttdcrUmree
even
'M .le,1
.r. l In flat Nook 14 r
welcome him back. tt rublli, "....ord. 'f !Mrs\ Jack McLcmore a recent ef VrivirJ
", 5wA i ...iint),. KlnrM.MilNr .. snared by Iho JUII,. of the Circuit
In Memorial Hospital Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit: j
patient Orange =" : AND
OKDtHKI: ) it Tlllll. .
'In and for UrcvarU County, riorlila.oa .
ParrishHospilal ( ill
Rtmlndor lln'mrO
Orlando, is home and doing l+..iri'lii' this. SI) County dry of Kill. of tha :JMh: day of January W4 In
Firemen Auxiliary president fine \\.1. 1Jeo..n'b., a mrtaln cause .between firal Fed
lY r : oral tfavlnaa and Loan AiMoclatloni
!Mrs James Parker y "il nirl 1 Coal)
would like Vy of Orlando a corporation plaintiff
<'ItTIrt II. and Her Inc. .
to remind IIARNBS Deb a r'lorlim corporation
everyone they Mill !Mrs\ Albert Steinmrtz of Evansville Chrk uf th I Lin-mi Court a/k/a Her Deb Curl>oall.D. ,
'I
start this Saturday, February 8, m Ili-ril. lull I DC. a Klorlda corporation, defendant
Ind., Is here to spend several 11":11": \\UtllT MUKroRD brine Chancery Ni, :271t I will roll:i "

to nil used clothing at the Fire weeks with her daughter and Anur/an 1. Nnllmi.l 1..k. i | Utg| at public auction to the hlhit suit
Station. Also that : ActivityJanuary I' t I Hun lives brat bidder for cash .t is,. front" .
the Quilting family, Mr and Mrs Arthur Miller ,,r eat, 1 K, XI IVIniburi :Al Unrld door of Iho Courlb.iua la Tltuavlll. 'I) J
j Bee is ready to go Atlornwyi for Plaintiff Hrevard. Florida' at tba "
? Jr., and grandson, Randy Jon m. 17 u. 81, yeb. 7, ,1'.1.| hour. of JlVioVM: ., o n Monday, Ib. '. '
31 ) i 4MHMK
17th of .
day r'ebruiry; IMI4. ti (allowing -
described I '
property!
Colobrotos Birthday Mothodiit Mows Admitted: Titusville Merd- a rr t. INAI 'F.lrlt-k: 6. .:10 Or L
; 10 ll. \l 1OMOHII.K 'fI, IbapUl ,
!Master Woody McKay son of Miss Caroline Gabriel curriculum esc Edmonson, Virginia Martlmg, lir. II.r;HIIII : recorded In Plat Hook. 11. r
,. 'Mr and !Mrs\ Miles Oulda Oliver and Walter Bur It .tlH lMfilixl Doge t I'ubllo Kecorda uf Bra
McKay of field
representative from the bids. vird County riorldaItUCHT .
will Iw ..'
.Iv.d
Pine Ate! Spruce Hills, really Cokesbury Methodist Publishing gess. the eon uf, Tltuivllla, hi...Ida, fur by 1 ; COAL)
CURTIS K
enjoyed his 6th birthday Sunday !House, Nashville Tenn., will meet Discharged: Titusville-George .the...hlft pur| for,'h.e the of 1'..blill nn. W IIM' flfk.fnur-dour U.rtl* Hill HAK.NEK.DCDivl.l ClerkSly
Urpirtnionl W. lledrkk.' of Ih* firm of
afternoon j IHili
Feb. 2, with 12 small with Sunday School teachers and Shave, Valerie CadwalLimlcr 4nr office of th will. ('U b., rwnlvcd In I the ClILrH: HtUHILK: KOlJINirUNU5
Manager
friends to play games, share the commission on education at 2 p. Elennr Handel Robert Holland[ a IUM in, THuiivillK KMT: .. Hurliln. until, U City:mi Houtb. KlurldaAuorneyi Court Hi metOrlando.

?I opening of his gifts and all that m. Feb. 9th in the new educa Beulah Stubbs, Bonnie Wright, lx,4 lll.li will Tuesday then l .>brury II. .. for. Hl.lnlHf
,, ; : : : uuSIUly nutn- .b. 7 /Yrl. 19\14.
5,1 l : )
delicious .j mil
[ ice : read
inn cream and cake, tional unit. Members of all Sunday Elsie Ormiston Julie Harris and ..,........ In lhi prmitnii in of lh luunrll Hoom 4so .

who could ask for more when School classes are Invited. Catherine Poland;, !Mimi Henry t t 4 -. .'."'I". '.1\" : 1.r. ,., ;" I IJ. muillml:InK-rp.t.il I ., ,pcrinn.city All offli.'Ull blill, will and b:* --- li[--t'iti.: I. \i I) IIIi; iWi' ,

you're six years old. Miss Gabriel will discuss new Eddins. ...: .tl-""' '' ..... ./ tnuiitll for mil award prrnonlcd of bid to it(th a. bier(liy Ilk.;. l.f.KmIIIU

Those sharing In the fun were material recommended for Me. :;. : .,. .II :.>l". Council, mooting. All blill shill b. bids will tOHMHmled b* ruunlved l bv the

.II' Roger and Danny Rowan February 1 \0-. :II!..1.itU.0 I' 1, ulinillliid III I retied .lltr lo|" City uf 'lituivlilu, Klorlou. fur tbi
Jimmy thodist O : .
churches. The ,.., .tI'> H.lilrtim'.l la lh. City
new curriculum .. .tij' J: '": -. ".' "t Hull Maunprr, CIty puntiaa of on* IUt4 four-Jo.rr ....
.1'', .arld Gregory Jowers Stcvle and will /I.f" : liiiinvlllfi. rlnrlili. ami, plain/ walon fur Hi* Hocrcioun' lwIllua >
: I'
used first in Admitted Titusville : : Iv ,
Sep. : Betty + 'r R nmrkoil' "KK/M.MI: : HI DM Slit 1.1..: : .
unes. will b* ruielvoil |1a
Nils Allen! Stewart Jeffery Colkitt tember 14 Teaching materials, McNcelcy, Norma Jean Barnett, '\ ONK UK:: OI'rNKII III :KII'K,"IMHIH HKDAN: Tl> Cho office' 0' Ih. Lltr M......,... City
_.. Dennie and Bee Hardm Mike books Ill.'IA It : TltKMDAir: rfcll-: 11,11., Itiu.vllle. .Iv'h. IInlll 111):
study and Y
aids for the Patricia Garmann, Phillip Watson ,., ; .::111':' 18 Salt, lit II:mi .n., 5.ut., cal. 1'u..uay. February II.11It14. .

Ruddy and of course, his sister parents are being published.A Martha Jean Stroud, T O. :> ,. ltlds wIll tlteo be puulk t'upeued
'U"I'IP"CA: TIONIf and. lead. In Shs Cuaucllhuuu
Vickie and little brother Ricky keen interest I is being shown Drake, Martha Shipley Howard CIne) III fuur-dnur. wd.n AJ- In the ..r..u. or Clly oallalaa .

LY" mlnlilratlv" l'.. and Inl.lod ......vn.. All
for this new program of Christian Marr, and Troy Bunch; Slims / ql Ymr IIM; bta will us auul.d. anti. pr..sadlu .

Guest Speaker teaching Robert M. Porter, general Annie Whitney right: yonder I motor nut but the City Council for. award of

This being National Dental superintendent and Miss Discharged: Titusville Susan Justin Brady 'to conduct coramlc workshop than It....",lUll. duly II. P nonorilor or all... ,bid bid. ..al shall a .later l>* lubmllled Couucll; mee.la .a..>.eu All|.

,I Health[ Week, Dr. James Clark, Sandra Gaetano, children's Lynch, Michael Crouch; Wilbur hair 4o< .m ', or mora eu envelop. addreaied to the City
superintendent and ceramic materials Aulomatlu .
art, craft, traniinlMlon Mtiiagor City Hall Tlluivllh. rior-
Titusville dentist sponsored by are both enthusiastic Sikes, Betty Giarrusso, Kathryn Sal lua. than 14' whmli .Ida and. .plainly. marked, -tlh.Al.KI
tile County Dental Association ihre 1919, Is a supporting mom Whorl bin not loa than' 119" hat)., Kill ONE II) roril-lMMiK
about the Maltbie and Nettie Forrester
advances made in teaching ; Ceramic l< H run vlaor MIATKIN WAOUN TO UK: CIFKN-:
was guest speaker to the Stage methods and materials Cocoa Mike Bcllis. WorkshopSet her of the National Art Educa ,I. It front and, rear arm r>iti has TUESDAY I: rKiinuAiir is.Itfn4 ,
7\11 i K 14, 4'1 ply 1 tiro., blink tuba at II:IMI ..m.. t-ST: ."
.
children at Mims School Wednesday
tion' Association! Throughout the typeH.atrr Ul'KCiriCAriONH: :

Feb. 5. February 2 anil dufroat r One (l) fourth.or ititlua wagon
For Teachers years a large part of Amaro'prligr'am g duiililn, I mirror Ailmlulalratlva DoYear
A film entitled "What Do( You Mlstlonary/ / Socttty Admitted; Titusville Gail has been devoted t to l'niloruuat. lute
The general meeting of theWoman's Moor. Mali front and r.lBht: cylinder motor nut less
Know About Teeth" rear
"* was shown Lookabough Rose Grogs, Gloria promoting ceramics in the school MlaniUril, Vllhvl.I..,,. than IW H. l>.

to the teachers and children Society of Christian Ser Manker, Cheryl Barton and Wil Twenty.five teachers nf Brc- Ik'rron Alt School of Indianapolis field. Air iloanur. Huavy duly gonenti.r. ar altirnitor -
( ,
.
nliir black with 411 smu or mar
after which Dr. Clark answered vice was held at the Methodist liam Gill; Others Betty and yard County schools will have an hlMlrlo' wlndnhleld whlla..I.......top* :1 I Aulom..lIe. Ir.namllun I
Church '1.,1 Nut Inn. than tt" wh.eli
V questions by the children, and Educational Building Margie Gillespie, Merritt Island, opportunity( to participate in a Arrangements for the in.aer oil flllar Whorl l bane not Un Chas 1U"

r. they really asked good ones. Wednesday Feb. 5, with !Mrs L. and Martin Christian, Sorrento, ceramic workshop as part of the If have rental l>lr LtU>nal altnala 1.0 1\ run vaur .
you Front, L A It frefl sad rear arm reels
aval .
L. vies ceramic. wurkshop. weir aafoty
T, ;:'TJr. Clark .a.sJtecf; then .& rejj Cantrell, president presiding Fla, ray* *i system's In-service program on ; failaral fovvrnmont.1t..II.oelina....uelll* ,ill> s 14. 4.u1T tiree. black lug.typ. '.

jj '"nrtrobcr the three following Rev. Lloyd Mullis opened the Discharged: Titusville Elizabeth February 10( .U. 1964. The work made by Miss Patricia Foose, housing,. list it in ter ntloni, with quick ..I... ouiikTha Hotter. and de fruitertiutold I

tI points: meeting with prayer. Usher, Norris Carlisle Virginia shop will be held in the Tituiville .. Ail! Instructor.! City ,...'v.. I lha right t to mirrort'nderuoiUd,
After the t The American Art Clay Company aui-opt. or rrj..ct any and all bid,
1. How to brush teeth properly. regular business meet. Martling and Mary Woody. Hifih School art department': '' :The Star-Advocate! and also '....n.. inn right' to r.- bluer Mala front and rearMlundarcl
i Ing the program chairman Mrs. I a iruncifacturer vt school mlvvrllo( far new lilda. tphulitcry
I 2 What foods were best for good ,
from 9:00
; 7f::00)( to : p.m. < ,lov,,'land II. Talmaclga Air tloanorColor i
February 3 ------ ------ --- --- --- - -- -
j teeth. 3. See your dentist at Arthur Miller, Jr., presented a City Manager Hollil' Wlill
'" program of "World Mission Stu.dy" Admitted: Titusville Joan Presented by the AmericanArt rob. 7 I'ri.I J1W4.I kloctrlo. wludabluld wipers I I
least twice a year or as recommended speed
This Schwcndmgcr( Shirley Smith, Clay Company of Indian. . . -- -- --- Oil flUrlllreuilonil
by the dentist was the first of a --- -

f: series entitled "The Christian Carrie Coffman Linda Forbes apolis the purpose or the workshop .' Tilt: tlKI'1( I ir ( Ill nr <,ir. TH& front aaal lafely ilgnuli. bells mfellng

Mission in Southern Asia and Lela Tyler, Barbara Sander, Is to provide practical experience ) 0 0 "M .% Mil 41.... I \I. I IMI II ir, IN, federal government ipnlfltaiauua -
'' c.IoHi antes'" tale yr 'dhl(' I' II HIM 'IIII'CIII: Nit ut' till.... "' .... quicK: r.'....* buca\
t Pirtonl gave the ladies a chance to be. Kate Preston Tony Vrana, Jack related to the teachers S ton. HI'.t IK: Or I.IIMIK t lea

Mr and Mrs Hubert Blair and come acquainted with the Cothran, Freda Vickers, Dora of pottery craft and to introduce'new 111..1 Iv 15515/1.5(5 Ml MM Th. Cliy raierv the right lo
people
Kentucky Fried Ckrcksrlr MANIIAflAN KAVINOg accept or. reject any and all bids l ,
children Nora Frances and Russell land, religions and customsof Peters, Rosa Cummings, Jack materials>> and methods: HANK, new York corporailuu, and also r...."... the rlglil" to nadvsrl.a

enjoyed a trip to Ft Fierce! the people of India, Pakistan, Bryant, Joe Shlnpaugh, Jack Teachers will participate in .. K/XKA. I'lalnllff tio, vein for nil new U TalmaJv bldg.

last weekend to visit with relatives Seylon and Nepol. !Haws, Robert Jones, Woodrow forming and decorating clay Nt! (IIII".M A.good" 4 ANN IHirilM' and I'ATKICIA City Minagerrb.
O. / j UlflrtlN. bla wife, at al., T Ib'rld! 1W4.

Mrs. Nora Shaw and Mr, The next study will be held Coleman and Doris Hampton; shapes following' a demonstra Os.U.S. 1 G.rdon:! e ..'u.-.. ._.._._ '..'_, _nn rut Iiofinilanl. -- fIf
S410
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Feb. 19: at 10 aim In the Educa. Mims Lucille Evans; Others- lion of wheel throwing hand ,1 a HTAIK (>"' rl.HKIIlA TIll: "

Scottsmoor. ee Jo.sph. Niaillo, 1MK' I lIet'll ir COI HT OF IttKM t
I. tional building. This the Christina Platt methods< of) pottery making, ge M' Kamilniit Aionl
of
part nf lUnipton,. llumi'. Corp, luu.. ol rii jtuiiMi. f mi'nr, *ifj
"READY FOR study will cover the work being Discharged: Titusville Walter glazing, decorating. and other Cocoa, a Florida corpora, Hun,. ASS lON HHKtMU ItfLMt'V:
Ruth Trody and Rose AM 7-4438 who.. .ltI.hu. sod .be..bolilo tl.l 1
,
Burgess, ceramic techniques.
OCCUPANCY"Old done by the Missionaries and the I. unknown, and, IS CII' M HV *Hlr
Sellers Others Alfred Beck, Dwarni II Nc'r: *
; --- --- -- Jlawklni and Joanalti Mint fc mir
people themselves. Cocoa Martha Shipley, Scotts- The woikshnp will be II lUwklni, hit wlfi .... it... A ALUIoIt'r: ii. aciiui.Tz; jn, sPl.lr
Dixie Highwaynear Then, on Feb. 23rd at 7:30: p. ; conduct Irirrin and I'alrlula Ann Clrliriu '"ue
Westwood Villas moor; Martin Christina, Sorrento, ed liy Justin Brady, D. hi. wife, each and, ....'.11, whon .
m., the commission of the Church Mims. diana University; M.F.A. Alfred -L.5 rnpactlvo. rcililvnca la unknowu ALAN COKPOHATIUN. a rloflda.Corporation '
3 Bedroom Houses, on Missions will present a and Wayne Ballinfton, DANCING and all "..II". tlalmlni Inlrrxli by ; at ala, <
Univrrsiiy. Brady alto! studied through under or anlam lha sat,.. UelsaddntaTII10
1 & 2 Baths Full Tile film strip and speak on the film at Julun Academy Pans 11M m Ion llnniri. Corn, Inn, o, STATIe: or TLORIUA .
Central Heat I'oroa, a HorliU vorporailmi'/ mi' Tilt TIU1 KIII'U'I.I.! : COMPANY acurporauua
highlights The younger peopleor / Philip Deck Serving France. He taught ceramics atUniversity EVERY SATURDAY NIGHTAt I'wayna H. llawklni and Jranoiu o"onl".d and 'on'
I f
FHA or "Junior Church" group are Indian. and New II.lM..klll', his wife, mil" Ho. A. tilling under She law of .bo
Aboard StriblingPhillip Th.> llrlffln and 1'.1 roa Ann tariffs Mtal of Ohio .
Conventional Financing studying along the same areas. Yolk State College of Ceramics. hla wife, and all .parllca having. ortUluilog YOU AKU ML.HEBY NOTIfHSB
thus making it church-wide electronics ". c: LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE to haw any right, title that, a suit b.. .baea filed again
a heck
Phone 267-5437 or 267-1477 ; L. Since 1953! he has been an instnutir or Inloroit In the ,...1 proprrly, with you In th. above-entitled CBUMI. and

study period for that t night technician third clans, USN, son in the Amaco Summer TITUSVILLE LODGE NO. 19S2 ull.I.VOlT Impror51n.5la| Ihoreon herein il.... you art hereby required lo flhr. .yiuraniwer
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I or written efena if-ry.
-- ---- -- ---- -- -- --- -- of Mr. and Mrs( Aubert L. I beck Workshops In ceramics and ':00 TO 1:00 LIVE ORCHESTRA AND RACK or YOU" .hereby with th* Clerk of thl Court *id tolerve

asks niillva thai a ault .Im Men. filmlagalnit a eopy thereof opus tha PlMinllffa -
of 1503 Kings Titusville, is srrv medal em: mi ling/ conducted MEMBERS AND GUESTS you In lha alxiv ilyleil I attorney whoa oil,,. *uaddreaa ..
Give Your Customers Better USS jointly by the American Art 1 Milo North Mimi on U. S. No.1 1 Semi Formal Court. Th* h I1'f the suit la to -appear on or b fro
ing aboard the destroyer fnrtliiMi .. .
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thai rtaln m.'I. ,.- til* god day of March: 1IM4. IL sou
Stribling operating out of May Clay Company and the John I "..,d.d June 2 ISHKl, In Official' fall to do eo, a Decree Pro Confeiao.
Service and More InformationWith Knorda Hook 216. pag MA. I'ubllc will b* entered ignmil you. Curt ih*

port. --- -- '_-_ ', -= ._ =- -,;-::- -Jld, Koconli: of llr vir .. lha lutrolnafivr I dosuriMd naturo of this proceeUlac (.-
A Part.Tlme SecretaryWho In early February, Stribling; real pro:poriy, Tha name of Ing a suit fur rcloaura of a III'I"-
the Court In which aald lull. Ii penA th .
gig on fallowing doeurttradl rialproperly
Works When You Can'tKQl4llLtt will deploy and join the Sixth Ing. I. the Circuit Court of the .Ninth .lying., and being In Weuril -
Fleet in the Mediterranean area ADDITIDNS !H Judlilal Circuit In and, for the .. lo-wltl '
::
Th.lt
County of Hrivard. matt of Florid. bail of th* 8oulhe .J
The Sixth Fleet consists of highly In Chincury No. 2711 11. and lha abManhatlan quarter of Iba 1I0Ulhw..t Qll.r1W

mobile attack carrier strike bavl.I..1 UII. .I the c., .. I. The r of Section 14, Towno bill st
Mavlnii Hank a New
: Mouth Rants S7 Lot: llrovaH
groups and amphibious landing York nnrpuritlon. Tlalntlff I : V.. Itou County riorlila. .
A. Urlffln and Patricia Ana Orlffln. LENS: l .
r the fallowing describe
forces, whose support ships enable bli wlf*. .t al, D.fi>ndantacrlboil real ,
Titutvlll Art Coooo A Coco. Booth It to operate without ahore NEE k- AND Th.Involv.tb: a of the real prou- at property the Mnuthwoat to-wll: CommoieiIng corner el
267.S530 M4-7M1 bases. arty ii sald cull a.d. dr.I section IS, Township m bulb
tba'aomplalnl
In la ful
aa llano;* 87 Bravard County*
riorlda, run..tlb North oi
Tot
I MORE 221: IIAMITOV llriMKMHl'IIDIVIHlO.N ," )
aa' to Kaet
along th* Wait Ibo)
REPAIRSSPECIALISTS UNIT NO t, according of Hid Section A, Mid UM' b**
** la plat thariof aa *>
$$$ r Inc ago the cantor lln* of BaD e
rorriod Plat Hook
Room In 13. page 31. cock lit,., (dedicated loo fecbwlde
{ Public Kioorda of Uravirdfounly '
riorldaYOU ) a dlitiace of 1344 MI) feel tno >

You're Invited To Visit The New AND EACH: or YOU are point.. ) thnc.Mouth IS* IT 9",
riqulnd to fll. your ...w.r to the IC. alone ih south rlglilaway ..
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/ of line land! It. wuterly .* .
Complaint with the Clerk (hoabov
J atyhxl' Court and aerr a copy teailoD: ) of Crown Boulevard a*

} II thereof uyon 1'lelntlff.. Attorney.. ; shown KUBUIVUIOW on CROWN according HKIOIlflC lo thai,
FURNITUREIN sTEWART IAYERN whose .4 )
BADCOCK / / 1 ,.... la Poll Orflo Boa Wl/ Kail,;. flat thereof recorded U Flat?
q I I Oalllo. riorlila., not blur, than thath Hook U at page 42 ef th. publloTreuord

day of March A.D. IM4, aa requlra of Brivard County, flor-
I by law, all. a Dices Pro Ida. a dlilaac I of Sue foal to) eae
THEIR NEW LOCATION AT- .z. Conl..o wlll be. .nl..d asaaat you bolnti Oh.... South 'If' M' '!"*
anol each or loos Mat a dl.t.... *f irT.lu feel Cosabs
IN WITNRHW WHEREOr, I havhoraunto Point ol Beglnalag.: tbeocoT
21 East Main St. Titusville art hind sad afflxadth South 55' 11' Uf Mast a tllelance*
my
1 UP TO S YEARS LANK FINANCING AT LOW BANK RATES official Mai of said Court. ..tTltU..III. of "M744 feat to a ,point, thencaJT
., Brvar4 County, Florlila. South 0* 44Or* Weil a dlatanc
lass Ilk day of rvbruarr A D > HTURTIII .fM>M feel t* o pololi thenFVKorth
Come in for your FREE GIFT! I PLANNING H. HAKNRM: W 11' Uf W... a dl.I._*
IN COMMERCIAL AND Dark ol tba Circuit Court of t13% feet I* a point; tincTMortb
While H.r. Bo Sur. To Register For I AND ",.vad Couaq bloridaBYI 0< 4T IS" East a dl.taao.l I
DESIGN REMODELING PortIa H.IIDoo..ul of 1JUM feel to the Polat efIlsllal.g *
RESIDENTIAL ADDITIONS It Clerk conlalolng I 10 icree.fmore :
CONSTRUCTION <*rAi: or THKrnicuiT : or I..s.WITNEaa &
WORTH OF FREEMERCHANDISE
cotrHT' ) my band aDd teal f.aid
Mtwart L. Ayora Court at Tltuavlll Brevairt
YEARS BANK FINANCING AT LOW BANK RATES Attorney for Plaintiff Cou.tT. Florida, this ::18 day .( Ja -
UP TO 5
I Pout Office, Sea *rtKm nary, 194 Of f
OF YOUR CHOICE
: esolll. Florida CURTIS R. BARNES {
".b. 74, n. M .100 To B. Given Away F.b. 29. 1984 STACKHOUSE CO. Hrevard County Florida F
CONSTRUCTION By Bents HallDeputy t
Nothing T. Buy Clerk .
ENVELOPES Butlncit Sues (Court .elCrvftoa .. t
Yv Mood Not Bo Proton T. Win/ I Brewer A HollaaJAtlnraey
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Also Kraft Envelop with clasp for Plaintiff .
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TltuvllU, Florida P. 0 Box: 2122 Phonoj AM 7-3683 for m Ulo(. Full stock at St rAdvocit TIIOr$1.. t

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\ Terriers Trying For FivePlay PUBLIC LEGAL SOTICI8TO !: NOTICES IV TIIBCIBCVIT: -COlHTOFTIIF.ISTII CIKCIIT- IXAM


CONCERN: *: !< Jlimltt
WHOM IT MAY IIK\\RII OUNTV.M.OKIIM. ',.
> FOR
Notice Ji hereby given. that tile IN UIVMKKV.
Commlslonra of
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Board of County
In Oviedo Page/ 11Rav111.Fl.rldeeU.Adv.cate( ) Friday, February 7, 1M4 Brevmrd County at Florida the Courthoula will\ bold >0< 51001 YUTIfII) iiFFF.xn..
a publlo beating HOMES,
81-BURBAN
Tltusvlll, Horlila. at WjW: 0" t'RBAN AND
clock In the. forenoon on the 20lb INC.. a Florida corpurauonplalnutt! ,
day of T.bruary. W4.! for the pur-

Tonight; Back Star-Advocate ,' i w ii pox,nil, dlaconllnulnaand of ,vacating abandoning..nrrend clot-rln. MORTON,YM CAHN, Individually! anilaa Indlvldually
SportsNEWS any right of tin County and the Trustee, FRANK ALTER -
public in and to the following d.- ':M. Agent! for Morton
scribed lande! C.ho; o OK PUBLIC INBTRITTION -
Home TomorrowCoach 4 All of Oateway Subdivision.Vnlt : OF D It IS r V A R I .
No.2. according to the COUNTY FLORIDA; and I5HI-
plat thereof recorded In Plat FORD MILLS INC.. a North Carolina
book 17 Page 135. Public Record corporation,
Art Tolls' Tltusville AND VIEWSTRY of BrevRrd: County. Florida. Defendants.

High School Terrier will be trying ANY INTERKSTKU FKRSON8: TO: MORTON: CAHN, Indlvldually
iRcnnie. MAY APPEAR AND BK HKARIJ. : ant aa Trustee
to stretch a three-game win AT THE ABOVK : 120-44 Quesns Boulevard
streak to five this week TIME AND PLACE. Dated thli Queen, New York
ping 6th day of Fe bruerV. 194. YOU AKK!: HEREBY!: NOTIFIED
end as they seek revenge on two t'bl JOB! H. WJCKHAM. Chairman that a complaint for declaratory relief -
/ / SpaAl kta board of County Commission- as to who owns the westerly 83:
(.gnu that defeated them earlier e", H..v.rd County Florida feel af the below described. property
In the season. I ATTEST: : as also an abatement of the pur-
CRTrtR. BARNES': Clerk eh... prlc. and other relief has
f Tonight the Terriers will Being a young bachelor and eating a large percentage Feb. T Frl.( ) 1984.OTIfE\/ been filed against you laid property

travel to Oviedo and challenge of my meals in restaurants, I sometimes have trouble preparing tllH 1111'01 being All that a* follow land known: a* Chandler

a half decent "feed" at home. Sealed. bids will\ be received by Park the same being a subdivision
the Lion for the second time. the Hoard of County Commlsslonera of the U 8 Lot 6, Sec
But good ole Mamma left the "injun" territory of Okla. 9:45 o'clock A. M.. February
lit the first meeting, Oviedo upset up until : lion 14, Township 24 South
homa last week and has been cooking the heck out of this 2Uih. 1IW4. In the. CommlmionereRoom Range 87 East .* per plat recorded .
tile heavily favored Terriers In the Court Howe In Titusvllle In the Public llecord of
here food. )Florida for.UlosFl .- Hrevsrd ..
swamp County. Florida. In Plat
34-34 in the Titusville
not l I..s. than
powered book I, 20, .
Page and
High School gymnasium.The We figure in less than a week, we have added seven 143 H. .P.. 10 C. T. capacity aelfloadlntr therefrom save Lola 3, 4 and excepting
pounds.Thanks. scraper with powershift B. of Block I 19. and: all: of Block I
Terriers will Host Orlando transmission having 4 for 17 and Lot 11 and 12 of Block
Mom.In ward and 2 reverie teen and 16, and Lot 1, Block 3, with aald
BI hop Moore Saturday night another I will have hold mounted" on four 23.5 x 23 16 PR Lot 1 In Block 3. consisting of
week to up an arm so people tuboleM wide/ Due tire, ..nd.qulpp..d
stoking revenge from a 3d-38 2.81 acres. of land; and furthersaving \
can tell if I'm walking or rolling along the sidewalk. at follow: and excepting therefrom 1
in double overtime in Orlando
loss a auepen.lon.eet
Hydraulic
Her food sure beats the heck out of hamburgers and milk. Dry type air clean..rupplem.ntar all rights mineral, metal and petroleum
)' lube oil filter and privilege which ore
Supplementary fuel oil filler vested In the State of Florida

Presently, Tltusville has a Tuesday night we watched one of those ball games that Headlight or Florida any, agency Together of with the State all anti of

three game winning streak after : happen only once a year if even then.A Horn II ou rmeter. -lachomeler singular the shore, riparian and

< tramping Satellite and Sanford determined group of Titusville High School Terriers, Rain Muffler CapKloelrie the littoral land rights appertaining of the vendors to

and upsetting Seabreeze of who have now patched their wounds and come up with : lighting system and you ar. hereby required toserve

Daytona in the season' classic. three consecutive wins, pulled a game out of the bag that Special Ker Light Tool other pleading a copy of to said your.. complaint answer on or

Carrying an 11.5 record the fans thought would never happen. Weight not leu than 29.000 the. Plaintiffs attorney. TO" I A H
Term: :21 equal monthly" Inmall- SIMON 223: a. E. First Street. Miami -
Terriers have a chance to complete '4i! Even this writer is ready to change his attitude. menu .beginning. 80 day after delivery 32.: Florida, and to file the or

the season with 16-6. if A+e Although Bob Comparato scored the winning two pointsat and acceptance, iginal of your said answer or other
a l; The Hoard, r@.rIh. right to pleading In the office r>f the Clerkof
they can man handle the remaining ;' err the sound of the buzzer and all the points in the fourth reject any aad all bid*. this Court on or before the Sib
Yy lilt to be marked "Diesel power day of March, 1961.(! If you fall to iln
teams on the schedule. The __ period, the entire Titusville team displayed more spirit and self-Ioeding icraper' on outside of 10, Judgment by do fa nil will b.

Terrors are favored over Oviedo 1t courage, mixed with sheer guts than they have all season. envelope, Chah'm.nlIa.rd taken again/it you fn the relief demanded -
JOE H. WICKHAM In said 1 complaint.
and Bishop Moore, despite earl- Psychologically defeated before they hit the court, of County Commlmilonerillrevard DATED this 6th day of February

iei acfeats. a '1 _S 6.K the Terriers managed to upset one of the highest rated I Teh. T. 14 %
Left to play on the schedule < Class A basketball teams in the state Daytona's Sea- XITKK "r'llll 1111)4 CL'RTISf R. BARNES,
Sealed bid will be received by Clerk Circuit Court
Oviedo ard Bishop Moore + breeze
ore Commissioner, Brevard
y 9S the Board of County Jf County Florida.
Cocoa, Eau Gallle and Mel r The 300 or so fans who were present stuck beside the up until 9'45 o'clnck A, M. February BY: Kertle Hall
1964. In the Commlmilnnera Deputy Clerk
bourne. Terriers to the last minutes, and even carried some of them Konra.20.In the. Court House In Tltui- fCOt'RT SEAL)

The Terriers lost to Cocoa, off after the game. vllle, Florida, for: TOBIAS SIMON
Moving the Recreation Depart- Attorney for Plaintiff
but'defcated Melbourne and Eau Coach Tolis was probably the most happy "critter" in ment Dredge lore spud pole and 223 8. E. First Street
\ "A" frame) from the Indian River Miami 33 Florida
Gallia the gym .1 the 1'ltu.vlll. Cau..way and Fit 7-46J7

A brief conversation in the dressing room went as follows place It la !South/ Lake at the West F@t. 7, H 21, :28 (Frl.) J961.
end of Garden Road and to return
: It to the Indian River at the Titus-

Terriers To "Well Ronnie, we did it, we did it, we did it," Coach day vllle Causeway after taking between same 00 to and South 180 >OTI( E OK .'II.I*o fKTITlOV

said. Lake KIN M>...U. III"fll\HClt; or
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Bidder to be responsible for any .\lHIIor:
'oITH\'I'''"
"I was beginning to wonder 1 if we were going to keepon damage Incurred while moving. TO WHOM

I Open Tourney FOR FIVE-Five members of the evening against Orlando Bishop Moore top, but that Bobby (Comparato) came through in the paid Term, when: 4Uof dredge bid I la price delivered, to be Notice I I. hereby IT. MAY given that CONCERN I have!

first five team of the Tltusville Terriersare If the Terriers beat the Orlando team and last second with that crazy lay-up shot, wheee;. he said. to South Lake, Balance of 60" filed my of Final the Estate Return of as lleten"Admlnlstrator Varr.

tritusville Terriers will meet gathered around Coach Art Tolis and Oviedo, they will have a string of five, About that time, the entire dressing room ceiling lifted transit less ..1'to damage be paid when Incurred dredge In Count., deceased; that I have filed

Satellite Beach Feb 27 at 7 p.m.to.open placing one hand each totaling.five handson consecutive wins. Pictured, left to right, from the roof. There were only ten players, two trainers, I I.Causeway returned Tltu to Indian vlll River at my and Petition that for rival' Discharge the Hon.,

the State Group 7.Class a basketball signifying five consecutive Bob ''Comparato Tim Barrowman Ray a father and coach Tolis present but when they all blended The Board< reserves the right to Brsvard Virgil B. ConTilingVcVuntj Judge. of

Tournament at Cocoa High victories. Although the Terriers have won Cowart, Paul Matthews, Larry Jarrell and their voices, and began shouting "Let's make it five in a reject.bids" any to be and marked all bids."Hid for movIng ruary 28,County 19S4, for Florida approval, on of Feb.the

School. only three games in a row, they play at Coach: Tolls T'ow" any dumb sports fan could tell those boys wantedto JOB Dredge H. .WICKHAM. Chairman Administrator same and for of final the Estate discharge of Helen a*

The Terriers; who have de Oviedo tonight and) ,,return home Saturday J(3-A( Photo.) win. BOARD OF COUNTY COM. Varr Count, ileceaced.. Dated this
\ fasted Satellite two ,out of threenrjetinsr I MIl8JON! RS. fWEVARD January 29, 1964. Male llaugh, a*
.. Cowart addition the Terriers
-4 Ray newest to first five
-- l -t i4l' f. COUNTY FLORIDAFeb. Administrator of the estate; of Helen.
will"play 'Vet 28 at 7 p.m., if they are for Commission Dyke, ai Attorney *nr said Kstata.:
tujiatc enough to win over the ( OK s probably didn't say three words during the entire time he IN Till: Mltrllr ('IH IIT OF" THE Jan 81. Fob 7. II.I 21 Krl.) 1 64.

was dressing, just wearing a big grin. Paul Matthews MNTII 41DKIU. ( IKCIIT Of"

Soorpions.Beach and Ft. Pierce Comparato) Larry Jarrell, Tim Barrowman and Boyd Wes- BHK\FI.OKIIM.: .VKI ( DI'NTV.AMI FOB NOTICE FOB BUM
yero :
dnew byes for their first games. Easement For singer were standing around laughing, recapping the last CIIICENY41.KhiUKUAL NATIONAL. t7.il07 MORTGAGE the Sealed Board bids of County will" be Commissioner received by

Melbourne/ will play Cocoa, one ,few minutes and whooping it up. ASSOCIATION a corporation at the Courthouse, |In
Coach Tolis' Terriers now have a record of 11 wins and organised and saluting under. Florida, up ta 8:45: A.tI.! Tjtuvllle.February
c the states highest ranking an Act of Congre pursuant to tb.F@d..r.1 211lh. 1964. for

top ms, also on Feb. 27. Lake Boat RampBrevard 5 losses. Seabreeze has 11 wins and now 6 losses. Give Charter National Act,Mortgage having Its Association principal !' to One be bid New on mt: jrajel Fire Truck.

Finals for the tournament will thanks to the Terriers. office In the City of Washington cation. which according will/ b.. avalUoT.

b<* held Feb. 29.Parkway. Stop and analyze the Terriers losses and it's really not District of Plaintiff Columbia, the Brevard County No.at 1
Countjr Commission Office' Tltusvlll.; FlorlSa.
MS bad as It sounds. v.. .. ... .. yesterday approved an easementto ": WILLIAM M. ZONER a/k/a !M. Manufactur-
Their first defeat of the Sea-
season was by Daytona WILLIAM N. ZONEK. and ANNA
Term .
Teams the State Game and Fresh breeze, by 26 points. Then Satellite upset the Terriers 42.40; JANICK HAROLD: ZONER.N. ORNEK Mr and wife VIVIAN and livery: balance One-thlyd to rush be paid on d.In..

Water Fish Com mission, permit. Cocoa beat the Terriers, 22-19: ; Oviedo won, by five points ORNER hi* wife three. equal laalallmenla, In February -
each
ting boat and Orlando Bishop Moore took a thriller after double Defendant, 1965. year b'Tltln'n' In
,them to construct a a NOTH K': OF 1111 IT
Here Tonight overtime, by three points.In STATE OF FLORIDATOl deadline a* to delivery date
launch ramp at Fox Lake. A fee WILLIAM M. ZONER.k/. hall be stated on bid
will be charged other words, Titusville has lost four games by a WILLIAM N. ZONER and Words" Fire Truck fcld-Dlslrlct
of $1 No. 1
per year ANNA JANICE ZONER. hi ahall appear. on left band
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total of
12
!tAl( three Parkway Junior the state. only points.That's wife., whose last known real- lower. corner of envelop..
High teams seventh, .Ighth, a tough way to go. d@ne. I. 17T4 C.d.r..ao" Drive. The reject Board r..rv.. the right to
Eau Osllle, Florida and any and all bld..
a Id"ninth will play Edgewood The-boat ramp would be used The only time they have been tromped in regular HAROLD N. ORNER: and JOE H. WICKHAM,

Junior High of Cocoa tonight at for the public, and will. add .one season play, was by Seabreeze. dence VIVIAN faknown.ORNER his wife, Real CHAIRMAN HOARD OF COUNTY

";>.*... In *>. Tltusville HighS more facility to the proposed wr vk That's all changed now You art hereby. notified that a suit COMMISSIONERS!
Fr h hat been filed against you In the BREVAK WUNTY,
The Terriers finally beat
he l jymnaslum.Tfj recreational facilities planned for i the Sandcrabs in basketball.It > above entitled sauce and that you FLORIDA

;; e eighth grade squad II the 'Fox Lake by County Commissioner hasn't been accomplished for the past several years in an required. to file your answer orother .>b. 7, 14 (Frl.) 1J6I.Plaintiff.
wIth the
only.: Parkway team to remain basketball or football. Don Godwin's track team the r@.pon.'e" pl@adln.
Cus Faulk. upset Clerk of this Court and to serve a IY.. Tilt
uQdgf foataxf, carrying a 4.0 r.e- .,.. state champions here last year. copy thereof upon lb. Plaintiff orPlaintiff. JI IIII0I.: ClHfllr. C'IItI 11'r f'Ol"ler. "TII
Attorney., whore name OF 5'1.41511110'
.ed.sBoth "t.seventh and ninth Also yesterday the commission "' and .dllr@ I. Crnfton. Brewer t I IY \1' y0N" """"% ,\ICI) ( all'\It

gJ(a4' :'unW, have 2-2 records.144inten's gave the recreation area another 'j John Hall Parkway Seventh Grade basketball coach Holland. 809 Palm Avenue. Titus- I'rlRST('Is 1\'E59 FEDERAL: :ull. 1u0ne
vllle\ Florida, not later than March tlAVINGiI AND
if r' #'i bOost, by approving a call forbids played a game two weeks ago with six players on the 9. 1W4.! If you fall to do so. a Decree LOAN AlotlUCIATION! 0'. oIIIW:
R. O. Hartman artman's aMYRNA aloe.
AWARD Mr and. Mrs. entered
.on moving, a county dredge HOLD ?- : Pro Confasso will b*
Association and-TV\ Service hold two of the court at one time. An official noticed: the extra players against you for the relief demandedIn ,
South Radio Sale 'and : .
from the, Cocoa area to ? the complaint. This suit Is to v.
and handed
the Pirates
politely technical foul. J.
Several R.
TD Meet Saturday Lake. awards to be made .during their.32nd Anniversary event a foreclose. a mortgage. Thl real' properly KELLY and VERNA RUTH
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; KELLY. bla wlf...
minutes later it happened again and the official gave the proceeded against .Is: @t d..
now in progress. Hartnianthe.oldest television store in Lot 17. Block K:, gun-Wnod Detendante.
Women's Golf Association of The dredge will bet moved to the Titusville }has'ifeatured: RCA products fromthe same ruling."I Park Subdivision\ No. 1. Bre. )MOMT \1./0: "t.4'I.O".IU J! :
South Lake apd begin immediately area/arid i ) didn't think too much about it commented Hall yard County, Florida, a* per :MOTMK' OK Mir
Wliis&eririB Hills Country Club door TO I 111 H. R':. I' I
awarded In Plat .
time oi their opening. 'To be as prizes Plat thereof recorded I\MKU *h 0. ".1.'
wilt meet Saturday at 12 noon, to clear and widen the television RCA "that is, not until it happened the third time. Hook 12, Par 31, Public Records rARE1HEREBY'NOTIFIED

atjhf club house according to'a South Lske-Fox Lake canal and for.the event are:: 181ncn RCA'Portable The is invited "Then I finally realized, I was telling the boys to go .. of Brevarcl County Flnr.lIt. a complaint I to foreclose. certainVerne \
record. public ..
clubepokesman.. will also begin pumping 'a beach table radio and Dyfta8ro6ve: in for other players, but the other players were not WITNESS:; my hand and seal of mort au. Kellyy J, R. Kolly
to call in at 310p.Sauth'.Street( and enjoy refresh said, Court at Titusvllle.. Brevard Ruth hls ", Ife. to Flnt
Following' the meeting will be :aValentine' area at Fox Lake1 for swimming coming) out. Consequently ,we were playing with six County. Florida, this elk day of .Federal' envlngs and Loan A..ocl.Uon -

Flag golf match. purposes. ments during the Anniversary Celebration. players at one time. Maybe we could win more games February. 19164.Ct'RTiS R. BARNES! the following af New !described!Smyrna'encumbering property In

that way." Itr....,<] Countv Florida Brevard. County Florida. tD-wlt: ...
r Clerk of the Circuit Court Wart at the Southeast
+ '" ,, r R.t ry.'t the 8W of the FVVS of ttaStan
ratld .ka 1 t' alts (Court !Peal
1 aLr "t F\ Bertie Hall. 5. Township :1:1 South, lUnni
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t +b1 By. .
Ka.t: thence. Ihj
e ; Clerk ; North along
Deputy ,
Bowling NewsMen.s Tb. 7. 14. 21. 28 (Frit 1964. fcsst line nf sold Forty H dl... ,;
t + 't a lee c cark aces of 470 feet for Use POINT
f Kqj e"ts t. Ji" IV THE Club IT ('11' KT OF THK. OF BEOINMNO: thence con.
ClassicBob en, 2-6; Floorco split with Space :MXTM .MUM'MI. CIKCIir INANII tlnue North along' acid! Forty
Polls nKk.V \HI> ( Ill NTV, line 75 feet; I".nc.v..t par'allel
Painting, m-lM>, NTtTK: nr ri.4>HiiiANTHONY \ ta the South lln. of said

Huddleston, led all scorers Mts>sj
in the Titusville Classic league Qua hulk Chevrolet. 441 2ULlttl. Plaintiff.re. Forty distance of 75 feet;
.'. Tavern 48 21 thenc East to the point nf b*
t4 tl' ) Thursday night with lames ol R at E Shirt Lettering- III :itVlrnlnla ANOELO TOMASSO, ginning being. a part of the
Ks. y 203. 222 and 229 for a 654 series. Fried Chicken 87 29 Defendant.NOTICR hVVk of the WH of eectlon 5.
T *. O Music 97 29 TO APPEAR Tnwnihlp 21 South. Range 35
Also hitting in the high 200'swas apse Palatine Inc M>4 211"1, AND DEFEND East
Bob Anderson with a 233 LaOranf Grocery 30 31 TUB STATE OF FLORIDATO and other. laada, ha* been. filed. In
Budwdwr 84 3] : Anthony Angela Tomssso this Court a(s lost you and you are
game backed with 197, and 199 Tltusvlll The sad 703 West llih Street. hereby required If '
for 149 series. Terraaso 14 3] Corona California or other defense to IJOt.I:; In the'
Nova Cabinet. Shop 33 33 YOU. ANTHONY: ANOKLO: TO- offlc of the Clerk of the Circuit
Matoolla Liquor 83 alrl..I. MAtraO. are hereby notified that a Court of Brevard County Florida,
200 Garnet: F. Cartwrlght. 201; .....* 21 M Complaint for rHvorc has been flld on or before the Sib day of March,
Bredl..*'. T.*aeo 2tt 41') again. you wed von are required A. D. 1961 and serve a copy
Sheperd. 212; J. Gandy, 200; J. TlluanrlU Auto Part 25 41 to serve a copy' nf your Answeror thereof on tae p.slntlffs attor"..,..
4 Emerson, 237; R. Robbins, 200; Blk 23: 41 Pleading to the Complaint to '... C. Wlnstoa Smith Post Office' Box
Floor* 1594' > OH plaintiff attorney, the Law Office 427.: 4PO if. Dill Freeway New
D. DeSlover, 204, 204; E. Krause of Oarrelt M. I ..lc". Harror City Srayraa Beach Florida. Iyou tallto
200 J. Harrison 204 E. Thur. Professional Center.. \Hsrbor CHv d*> so, JUd< ; ; Wednesday's Trio Boulevard" Post Office Bo. 12'S, ba taken isnit: you for relief
i it low. 206; O. K. Thackrey, 204, Ran Oollle, Florida *n w Pe original Answer or Pleidlng (In the notice. shall he nubllahed one.
R. Borsdorf P. Sasko
224 221
a ,
f ; ; lath reek for four
I I Ugh team game; Magnolia Offlc of the nerk of the CtreuNPnur cnnaeentlveweeks
286; C. Woodward 232, 201; B. Tavern, 559. on "r before the 18th day oeMnrek. In the TITV8VILLE STAR.
ADVOTATK.VVITNECs .
Booth, 233; E. Anderson, 211. High team series: Magnolia HERE'N. 1M14.! FAIL NOT or Decree ray ham aad the aeal
Match Results: Budweiser over Pro Confess will b. entered agalnalThis of Wild. Court at Tltusvtlle, the
Tavern 1587. th* CouajUr Best of Brevsril County.Florida .
Elk's %.1; Nova Cabinet Shop Utah individual game: Magee, ynr. notice will b* published one till,'* lib day ol February
ovtr Firestone, 3-0; Gus Faulb .a wok for f...r M"*.<->itlv* weeks A. 29.1961 l.
(4 214; Holmes 211. In the T" ff nor Little's Tavern, M> Magnolia lOp individual series: Magee *. Florid the Circuit Court In and for
Liquors over Breedloves, J-0. DONE AND ORDERED. In Tlt".. Brtvard County Florida.
513; Halmes 538. Till*. Brvar.l County ...rld.. this (CIKfalt. Court Full.
FCed Mclnnls, March of Dime Bowling Tournament Dick Axell!, Assistant Bowling Chairmarr; MOD, and Ed Band E Shirt Lettering over Tituivill 11'.._.. 52.0.4 (th )d.- "f Februarv. I'IA 4.rrRTI By Bertie Hall

presents $667 to Barry Harriss (right) Associate Lamb (left) Cocoa Beach State Bank, MOD Depository, Auto Parts 3-0; T andG Chairman, Macaolta, Tavera 51 11 Clerk of Circuit Cast
of the 1964 Brevard County March of Dimes. look on. The tourney was climaxed Feb. 1 at Satellite Music, over LaGrange CroTery ,..... a N =7a 1<'..... tIP." tuft K. Dlsl. Frt-sway. New Smrra
Jhalrman Lanes with roll-off by the twelve finalists. 2.1 Tltusville Tile and Terrazzo By Kettl Hall I lieaah. Florida.
Keglers from aU over Brevard County participated a ; hula!abet. lt l*.vtce HN' 53% Deputy Clerk Attorney for Plaintiff.
in a week-long bowling tournament to raise the money over Virginia Fried Chick. T... 1 14 54 Feb T, 14. Jl, 21 (Trl.) 1M4. fb. T, 14. 21. 21 Frl.) 1984.t .




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C4 .. League (10; Ann Hellemeyer M, iset!
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High iadjvidual. game: Rosemary
p Welsh 221 Nhaffara tMdlaaa Plus Karlwara, M 52 M

I High Individual series: Helen Weatern Auto MM\ 'I
Burger Klne; U :
Langgle 971, Hurrlnrtoa Cleanar '"
Ever been "Boon< "? never seen Geese in that kind ofa High team game: First Mortgage Via Kit-hard' orova a Aircraft Ian .& ,
44*
It's fun! But there are times formation, and wheeling and Duck BandingUnderwavHere 604. hwrydou 43 ri

when it can get a guy into a jam circling for hours on end. I have High team aeries: First Mortgage l'an MarrllU C.r.Ace Horvloe 43 4044

that there just ain't no way he seen those white Pelicans do exactly 1649 Oster'.torm, lacFlrM ,. 38
can get out, not alone National. Bask 11II
anyway. that! IC.., laaurenoeMaikva aT 4
I sure got into a mess like that Splits converted: T. Lake 27; I.ounce 10 5
the other day I have a prckup Back to me gettm' stuck, I liens DeVries, 6-7 i, J. Leonard, E. Cltlaena BankWednesday 2744 4
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truck with a camper body on it, was close enough to Dam mitt Barnoskjr. 1110; L.. Garnett (-T- Nigh

and I go a lot of fool places in it. Grove that I was just across the 10; Betty Evan.10, ; Helen
Moat tines I don't have any cove from it The trouble was 1 Curtis Wilson, manager of the land, I bave already found Longgle, A, Braun, 810; B. Lust, High individual game: Gore

trouble at all, but I must have that when I finally did get up T'orth Merritt Island(. National several birds bearing bands 347Mamllnaa. Shepherd, 245; Don Greene, 23(0(

been savin' up for this one day, onto that new stretch of road Wildlife Refuge, has started that were tagged by a wildlife B K tnlrt, ftlorlnc H H.n'ai'"t
'cause I got a whole flock I found out that it wasn't banding migratory waterfowls officer from the Orlando area Vital. Muter 60 US High individual: series: Gordoi
of it
near as, ,
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: the to further the de .d. w. Auto' to M Shepherd, 626; Bill Sasko, 58J
all\ at once I got my little buggy pretty as it looked. It was dry and : on refuge several years ago This is proof riml Maniac. lay :an*
pvrtment'i study of migratory that the birds "...11... Hoirma 4)H JH High team game Spaceon f,
stuck in the mud that I didn't hard for about a quarter of a now on the island $1..)'. Tavern 411 .1) 946, .

think I I'd ever get it out. It wasn't mile and then the bottom dropped patterns. have migrated back to this area ordinary mud Wilson said the banding every year This is the main ... MauHirm house 4ltt U4'(* High team series
process
any and it wasn't out of it! I saw more sticky, .l.' C'leannra 4ltt 114\% : SpaceOQi
an ordinary place. thick, black mud in five minutes started last week and it reason fur (ageing birds, plus T Fat*Hove 0 Mualo as IHS Ha 3Ttt' 2406. ..

I'd been 101l01o\'In' a Mosquito than I've seen for years! (And if Lf' should
Control road out on Merntt Island you don't mind, I figger I can get \ capture and tag \the quota of such us teaming the life 1. .l.l.(0: } :: ;': \( 110, .'

and as a matter of fact I along for a lot of years without 4 1,000 span( ) of birds," Wilson said Atlanta ItlkKlblfV.I'lumhlnn* Him low JSMi M'k\ NMnillnca S's.. n",

was followin' a real fresh track; sccin any more of it'"Bill" '! > "We have constructed three "\\Jlt'n I find a bird that has ftcr.... rita 24 111"ny. Slay kpaironK Ncilann loa III"1 :
; E which have been btru lagged, I send the plumblne 04 M T. H Muale 5 :
\ so I figgered I was gonna get Blackwcll\ and Dave traps placedat numberoff llrlton I'onllac it U: .'1.1 Nntlonal I flank e 1'.
, someplace. The road was solid __ diffeunt locations south of the besot to department headquaitus Duffy Itfaiaurant I
Dunn took me back out there with Martin .
Mixed Katbya RaataurarUOntrwav I
for about nine miles It wasn't Will's Jeep, and we stuck that the Titusville Cuimwiy war the I in Washington for \'rririiiiliuii League Laura I '
like drivin' down email islands in shallow water" John a l.anilnraplnf. 4
a highway: at They can tell
doggoned thing twice, before we exactly High individual series: : J. Rod ('III.",,'. Honk a
all, but at least if a feller didn't Wilson aald."Since where llie bird was bonded, the Graham Mxannry II 5
gave that up. I was stuck wherenothm' riquez, 823, K Kiminh. 523, L. lludwoliwr
drive too fast he could keep coin'And in the world but a track | have been on the dale tic diUson, 6)1llieh () a 9
(hen all at once I to
came a type tractor could have pulledme Indi\IIluliI game', J. Rodrjqucz .
turn where I could see a brand out. And worst of all, no 203; K, Kunish, ISM, Daffy Doodles
new stretch of road up ahead wrecker I've ever seen could I Boat I Club Enjoys Sunday CruiseThe Nlnnillna." won I.,..4 u
Then I figgered I had it made. tine Mo'. M 21Hhu High individual game: Estel
ever get In close enough to me to j Inn 41. 3T Russell, 187 Willie ,
All I had( to do was keep goln'till ; Chadwlc .
turn me around Even when we i .. Titusville Boat Club rn most enjoyable Klnn Him 4.1 JT
''. 187
I got up on that new road, 'I Than IV 4753
finally did get a tractor out '" joyed a cruise to Packwoml The oysters xremod r-xtra de. Iranllp' Four JUS MM
and it was only a half a mile or there ( little .. last awed I UuU STH m S High individual series
so to A 1 A. My poor buggy;: had < Oyster Bar Sunday luious and with a covered 1 dish : Estoi
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been settin' there in that mud for } '. There was a total of seven brought by each family a won. Lady Keglers Russell, 328

One thing a feller mus always so long, it was almost noon on \ .. : j boats making the trip by water li'rful meal was consumed( Joe; High team game: Kraiy Cat

keep in mind not that there is the third day when we got it including the Roy( Woods Mr King found a pearl( which delighted high Individual game: Vera 594. inn'
anything lie could do about it, he BANDS BIRDS) -Curtis Wilson right, is checking the Rosen, the Leighton Corliins the Wilson
headed back toward town ) the : the children thin being 188; Nova Ihurlow, IfU).
has to keep goin', 'cause thereain't only thing we could do was just number of a bird that was captured and already banded. Lowell Davis', the Ed O'Maras, the first one they had stcn High Individual series: Vera high! : Team series: Krazy Cat ,

any place to turn around, plain drag it out tail.end first to The number proved to be one of those used by a management the Ruben Itsnscnathe Tup Tup The next regular meeting! I it Wilson, 509; Nova Thurlow, 4fU). 15\8\ ,
sometime for miles And therealn'l officer from Orlando who banded birds in this
where we could turn it around. area pert and guests, the Harry Find. scheduled\ next Tuesday Jeb High team Ran: Me'rrell'sAcct.

room to pass another car And I don't never want to GO last year The ducks in the trap arc awaiting bands. ens, Leo Moore and the Jim ruary 11, at 800; p.m, All mem Service, T2'!', MamllHcallrl.. w.. r.

and( you sure can't back up very through that again!' I had to -(S-A Photo) Boyds bers are urged: to attend this im High tram' serif,: !Merrill's Daffy nilla 4"..1 all 11:1Hlowpok.
far without fallin' in ..
a deep ditch back a school bus load of youngsters The Ed Kittles, the Bill Davis', portant business meeting, Acct Service 2009. llaffy HollaDnubla 4.5 4J 3:1 III
and
maybe gettm' drowre2
n little over a mile of mud road, the Earl Millers and guest Mrs Splits converted: Doris Drotlc a)... u 1ft.

for bit that.I never did think I I'd care one time, but it was fun along. Changing Weather Is A ProblemThe Ruby Llot.l1 cum, and the Joe Gibson Teams Play pit, BIO; Nancy Vouree, 3.7.10; J Klua l> I"(.'0.1. 5x44 311 87I 31
Naturally. swim
can side backin' that truck through Kings and guests Mr. and Mrs Peggy Lehtlu, S-Ij; Ruth Arnold I nay l 5)al).l.. a" 5)i' _
good, but I At Home Tonight : MlaallcCataI
pretty 5411 s
just did
never that mud. We almost turned it changing weather in Central bait, unless both were trickled Phillips, traveled by pit, making 57, Betty Mattlngly, 36.; ClemMattJka. Lady I Hue 547 i
try swimmin' with a truck under over a time or two. I didn't care Florida Is proving to be quite across its nose Salt water anglers the outing highly successful and( Gibson High School Blu. 1ST,, Elbe Holmes llop.rulaKraiy 8a 4'
I : Call'ONESTOP" IIIIi1 43:
arm .
Devils and
my DevlleMet
too much for that, either, a problem for fishermen, but are bellowing because the will -
As I I want to tunate to catch so many. play Croons High/ tonight and
soon as can
"there harsh winds and rather cool I
Once again, to the fellers who anglers are predicting are
Claude Clawson, of Titusville Stan High of Melbourne
make up a map of that area and tried unsuccessfully, and to the sunny days ahead temperatures are causing such Monday -
mark all the ditches and roads on men who finally did Fresh fishermen a rollercoaster, they never know caught a mixture; of 30 trout and night tt Glbton't new
get me out: water are saying
(it, so at least I can show folks "Thanks a million, fellers! Maybe the recent rains have the when to try to catch fish. red fish three weeks ago with thelargest gymnasium r 1 1I .r I
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ai three pounds Using The $lv* Cavil lose to
how where not to go I've no idea some day I can show you how water stirred up so bad, the fish Cut, fishermen say the full artificial l plugs, Lawson( add he Stan High In thus /first moat- :
many miles of roads there much I appreciate it." couldu lied> a plug or smell the moon, ,which was visible this fished hours '
for only three Ing.BUSINESSMAN'S
are out there, and I doubt if any week, is a signal for the spawning I Drive-in I Service

(body knows, but there are mile season and anglers must be

and miles of them. Wherever patient while mother. nature rast ixpirt car service Weilrf's lintst tint
there is a road, there is a ditch k : takes her course. $ LUNCH

alongside it. And very often Tap quality aute suiplift
there are bass in those ditches. Nearly all (fishing camps In the

Now, with the water level coin' Titusville area Including the St. SERVED 0AIIYQUICK SERVICE!

higher all the time, there just John's, Indian River, surf locations ALL 3 SERVICES ?

naturally ain't fish enough to go a, eG yam- 1 1ecs and fresh water, are reporting *I.OO ,'.
around, so a feller has to keep p. hl Sl'9 k. very minor catches. upCHANTICLEER 1
p FRONT END ALIGNMENT
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huntin' for 'em And that'* what t Some blame the weather, while

makes Boon-dockin' go much fun, others may be blaming the fish I INN Our expert mechanics align front wheels tohmanufecturer's
You just never know where or ermen for not using the correct original specifications.

when you')11 find a whole flock of bait BOS s. HOPKINS! : 267-7043

big bass. In a few years, if all 2, FRONT WHEEL BALANCE
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goes well out there on the Island, JJ IVerision balancing ,
Camp Reports ,
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there will be some of the most extends tire life by $ 9 5 '
fabulous fishin' in the world in Several Catches preventing> uneven e

those impounded waters. The I wear. Weights included. 9

water level is carefully controlledby was Angling not too on bad the Indian during River last 3 BRAKE Any :
n series of connecting ditches FREE FREE American
and gates, and the long range month according to reports received ADJUSTMENT Car
from various fishermen) at
plan is to flood a great part, If
We adjust brakes, add fluid
J and J Camp near Mims. r.rt. .xtra,
not all, of that of Merntt
part end clean and repack front
Island And the water level is Several weeks ago, during a BOWLING & BILLIARDS wheel bearings, if nead.d .
constantly rising. cold and rainy day, Mr. and Mrs. "
L W Brehm of Mims, wagedwar
As most folks are aware, muchof
on the critters and came .
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north Merntt Island is FILM-INSTRUCTIONS ;
now a t
home with 135 yellow tail trout, :
federal wildlife refuge. There : ranging from one-half toour '

are many birds already taking pounds. Using dead shrimp for
residence in the For j I' ,$ 'Am'.n i Fits
area. example bait, fishing time was from 10:30: FREE, "JEARN TO BOWL" FILM FOR 11 '
there is small WOMEN "'
a -
colonyof ;
'a.m. until t (
2pmOn Cir r rest
white pelicans. They arc big, LONE FISHERMAN While many fishermen In the January 22, three residents Tuesday an'd Thursday, 10.30 A.M.: Also i Inetructlonz'. ffoJ cars :
white
larger inowy than the birds centrally Titusville area were inside the house, warming their feet from Westminister, S.C., caught y

ordinary brown near a fireplace, this lady angler was found braving the 36 trout with the top weight tip s795pV. I 4
pelicans
Sometimes, in the /
early FREE FILM AND POCKET BILLIARDS INSTRUCTION $
spring, you can see great floats: cold wind and rainy foggy weather, just to catch a fish ping the scales at four pounds.B. y5h' ]!.Volt

of them soaring in unison, high at the Titusville causeway Monday evening, The unidentified T Herbert, Ralph Freeman, FOR WOMEN. Tuesday and Thurs e-Volt only

in the air. As a matter of fact fisherwoman's husband was sitting in a parked and M L. McGerffm said they We adjust brakes add Exchange ||j.aj

I have seen a photograph of abig automobile, near the water's edge, watching her fish. had never fished for trout and day ItOO P.M. First bosons will b. Tuesday, February fluid, and clean hand Excellent quality for

I flock of those sam white i -(S-A Photo.) considered themselves quite for. 4th and Thursday February 6th. Second I... bnmngt.repack front w deplndab.parfomaluce. ,.

Pelicans only the man said they I I
were geese! Maybe I'm not muchof ions will be Tuesday February J 11 1 and Thursday

an Arnithologjst, but I've HONDA"World'a !Racing February 13. Instruction films In color. I I I/ ,.



LOANS, From'50 Ta'ttoo No. I Cycle" Queen STAKES FREE "LEARN TO BOWL" FILM AND INST8UC-> when you byy the first '

-On- 4 CycU No Oil Mix TION FOR STUDENTS 1'frstont NVLO AJ"E

Signature, Furniture, Ai/te, \ at our low "no trade-in pri ."
Finals \\ \\ ;
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Real? Estate, Beate -Monday, 4 P.M., Coquina Elementary sludenU. ,
\ )\ } lit 2e d
-Tuesday, 4 P.M. Parkway Jr High stud.nta.Vlladra.dar. 70 IS
Tubad type" Blaekwall $14,el 's.OO
FRIDAY _
TOMORROW
SOUTHERNLOAN. '.70." -
1ST MATINEE : 4 P.M., Bayvlew Elementary ..tudenh.11aW'adar 6.10'11 Tub.S.s.alech.i Tubd'Y"eWh'tfw.1I1I7.s. l *i'."> Moe sine
NIGHT 6.1011 TuCaiaai Whilawa ,.,
4 P.M., St. Theresa students. iyb.l.as: Blackwall' Jl7 iJo4
7..50 14 TubaltIS rVnil.w. HO:9* II:.oe ?,
I 1Th t RACING NIGHTLY TODAY -Friday, 4 P.M.. Rlverview Elementary students. "Plve' Us -

4 8:10: EXCEPT SUNDAY


CLASS ENCLOSED MATINEESHEATED FREE: NURSERY ATTENDANT on duty Monday mm W/rJJ.OO@) 109 Comer HOPKINS Orange T
348 THvevllleFUrUa '
South 9, I GRANDSTANDS WEDNESDAY FRIDAY thru Friday 9:30 to 2:30-Saturday and Sunday S 267-41 SO

ModelsFrom I LUXURIOUS CLUBHOUSE' & SATURDAY. 2 P.M. .... ...
Washington' 27-4331 VALET PARKING P.M. to 9 P.M. ,a r. I Appliances w .d.. ;

to THURSDAY LADIES ADMITTED FREE! .J..--'' Sporting Goods'" -4
$$299
$$195HAM'S
PHONE NOWI SORRYI? NO MINORS ilTUf1ILLE'S OITTiIIDINI Lawn 4 Garden
'" ISlorele. Ra4'TV' "
ONE DAY SERVICE "It's More Fun To Watch The Greyhounds Run' ,
QIR iEIYICE C1IN7EI Aoceisoriet = '
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$150,00 $ 8.89 CYCLE CENTER b'a BOWLING
+ / ilL
300.00 17.79 Magnolia Plaia, Tttusvllle :: : 5 .r.4

Sot King St., c*<.. CLUB
450.00 I 26.23 Babcock SI, Eats Gallle Indian River Shopping Plaza J.OW PRICESEASY TERMS .
'' f P! Indian )Hirer Ciiy 257-7119
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hie TttutvllU (Florldi) Stir Ad/ocaf Friday, February 7, ,W ommisison Gotdan Years Club Commissioners .

.e th All attending the Golden Years I

Club meeting Wednesday at the !
Skip SU Item ,
Okays HospitalStorage Woman's Club Building, were

recipients of Valentines and the
The last item on the agenda
Valentine theme was carried
S Bid under new business at yesterday
out in the decorations including
'* meeting of County Com-
.qjq' a centerpiece of white carnations
mission was a "Resolution RE:
County Co-nmhsion opened + n ,P "1r and ted hearts on the refresh "
:Ics: ye>ard.iy on construction ofa ment table.Valentine. Space University.
c :n. :ett. block and steel build Members of the press endured
in<*. to house the Civil Defense cookies, tea and the ordeal of a rather dull meetmi -

100' .b'd( emergency; hospital, and coffee! were served and each ;, which is unusual, and waited

.warded/ low bid to Bruce Nidy t mail table held dishes of candy apprehensively for that item

ont Co. et a figure of $6- s hearts. of business to be brought up.
33401 Happy birthday was sung to Dut Chairman Joe Wickham ad

e the following celebrating Feb joU!ncr! without' mentioning the
'H! building will be located on f
the. \\.sl Me of Arthur Dunn Air ruary birthdays: Mrs. Byrd Cut Space University
right, Mrs. Elizabeth TUfcn and "What about the Space Unlversily -
r Irk and according to Comrm"sstoner
Gus Faulk will possibly 'it 3 : Mrs, Ann Kirkland resolution", cried memo
xr) bers of the press "That's the
bud for storage of voting The Golden Years Club Is "
only thing we stayed for.
hints or other county equip. sponsored! by the Woman's Clubof
CommU> 'loner Dick Muldrew
ment as the need may arise.! Titusvilltf, Inc, and meets on
quickly icUrtod, "Oh, that wasa
Other bidders were: James the firm and third Thursday of
(Hall wills a high figure of $la,- yC the month at 9:30: a.m. Games mlprnl.: : it was a mistake
or fit least it would be a mistake
__ OCO:: Bishop Const! Co. $7,520, and other recreation ate enjoyed "
to bring; it now, liefinished
up
f s __ i. k Kvam, $0,971; and Jess until 11:30( 'am .
f :..tt C..;hire, $0.443 The next meeting will be on

/ Also during! yesterday's meeting r February 20lh( All persons

d t the commission: sixty of age or over are Brady Has OperationR.
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was operated
,GREAT START-Howard Belton, right, that the drive is set up so that the business Hershel Carney that the county on at Methodist Hospital in

:Owner; of Belton Pontiac, presents his men and women of the communitymay did not franchise have the for "right".: to isSue Gene Ftrnttt Thompson Again Houston, Texas, Thursday morn

:check for $100 to the local heart fund as lend their strength to the fight a piivatily own ing for a heart ailment, Mrs
of the "Heart For Business." heart diseases. He also said that ed vehicle inspection stations Named To Council i.
part Days against within the county, Gene Fernelf Band Will Play Brady went by plane with him
.Accepting the check is Mrs. Irving Lee, he understood the dreaded disease because Monday and their son. Robert,
Approved a beer permit for Commissioner O.t: Faulk
chairman: of this year's fund and Diane had he not had open heart surgeryin FI C. Croaclhead of Eau Gallie, yesterday flew there today. He will be con

;Willis, president of the Anchor Club at 1963 he would not be alive today. The but reminded him that the man For Annual Valentine BallThe recommended Don fined to the hospital for about a
Thompson, local architect, to be
: Titusville High The "Heart Days for Anchor club will canvass the downtownand Mho last operated the business appointed to the East Central month

Jlusiness" will officially be February 10 outlying districts for the gifts for the now operated by Broddliead, had( annual Valentine Ball, or by calling AM 7.0259.. Florida Regional Planning Council

through February 15 and Belton, who 1964 Heart Fund. his license revoked for misuse. sponsored by North and Central Proceeds from the ball will gi saying, "lIe has served this LEGION DANCE
'will serve as chairman of the event, said -(S-A Photo.) Seems he was "making mash" by directly to the Brevard Heart council with distinction" These will be a public dance

operating his own distillery in the Erevard Chapters of Beta Sigma Association Thompson, appointed to the dance at the American Legion

bark' of the prcmlscT Phi, is slated for Cocoa Beach'sRamada A record turnout Is expected council upon its conception two Home tomorrow night starting

I Plan Board Seals New Members Elects Officers Heard( a resolution from Commissioner Inn Saturday night, Feb this year to dance to the music of years ago, was appointed for a at 9.31)( p.m The SUrhghters

Lee Wcnntr requesting ruary 8, from 9 til 1 anti I will the 11' man Fernett band, which two'year' term. Hand will furnish the music.

Titusville Planning and Zoning Phil Crannell for a one.year II II Hudson to rezone property SRD to permit no signs&: on SR feature music by the Cape reg has scored remarkable successes

Commission' got off to a.fast term between Washington and Hopkins 528 from the point of origin at SR ion's biggest&: dance band, led by all around the Sunshine State,

) tilt here Wednidy' night after Holdover members are Dick front B.1 to D.2 to allow a 520, to the end of SR 401. State Gene Fernctt The band returns to the fcamada
0 five members were sworn In Simonot, and Chick Stradlt-y used car lot. Road 528 is the new Bennett Toll Tickets for the affair may be a scant six week after it Jam.
Causeway from Sharpes to Port obtained from sorority members med Orlando's
)lor new terms. The board elected Simonet as Under new business, the huge coliseum +I
Canaveral. Wenntr told commission
: Attorney Gil Goshorn swore chairman, Stradley as vice. board: the county should strive to
Card Of Thanks
Clare Chairman: and Mrs. Simms as Approved a tentative plat of
: In, Louis Vopelak, Mrs. keep the natural beauty of at
a ftimms, Ed Rice and Dick secretary.Members. Pembroke Homes Subd,; plot least one road."Confirmed The family of the late Paul 74rt CONSECUTIVE DIVIDEND

a Bpangler for two.year terms and proceeded! through a plan of Claude G. Marlowe fora appointment of Dr. Cujler wishes to acknowledgewith e sIN I

short "ofl[ <<:lul" agenda and warehouse; driveways Into( a Rcy Woods of Melbourne as new grateful appreciation the t $;

then tackled a lengthy list of used car lot at southeast corner chairman of the county medical many; cards, flowers, telegramsand 1' ..J.J

KELLY new business, part of which they of Hopkins[ and Julia; parking board. other acts of kindness, as STOCK FUND
plan for apartments to be located
acted .
on.Under well if the moral support shownto INC.
i (Continued Frctw Page 1)) old business, the east of Park Avenue; and park. them during thetir derevement TM quarterly dividend of
ing plan for the first 27 units of tomorrow night at the Masonic
board: It i is:: very gratifying to have won 111' per share i I. payable, on
: hot feel the pinch of unemployment an apartment complex to b! TempleThe
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'necomm nded denial of an derful friends like you to light. > Jsn.31| Co tttartholderfof
a as Is felt in other parts of constructed at the corner of Lee lecture li sponsored by
application by Walter E Reiserfor rn the burden of our darkest u of Jan. 30,1964.
: the! state, but he warned that any Road and King Street.Dr. Indian Riv:'r Chapter No. 27,
a cut in space appropriations could zoning property at the Royal Arch Masons hours. llobirt I. InlM... So..ry"I'anorarELLIS '
of Pritchard and *
"Very well effect us here. corner Capron Rutherford To Dr. Rutherford has lectured Mrs. Georgian Cuyler
from RU 1 to IH to permit a
lie criticized Gov. Bryant, sayIng Give Lecture Sat.Dr. in many countries, ond has writ- Miss Gertrudia J. Cuyler E. LEWIS
duplex. TIGHTLY
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January started (the new )'earoff $103200 They included homes

with a total of $01.327,488.50 in the $10,600 to $13,500 price
Seoul Week/
til buildmg permits !>sued> in bracket Tht\ are to be built in Boy

he county, outside municipal Imperial, Estates on State Road

srtat, by the County Zoning SO CelebrationsBegin
Office. Fivo permits totaling $50,

Inch fit'd in (he total 301 per 19i, ), Hire issued to Cay Con

nuts i issued were 123 for new ruction Co, Box 490, Indian

homes, add;nj up to $1,373 I ,. Oliver City, for homes in the Today ,

632,50' Seven multiple family $8,!>(00 to $11.700 bracket in Port
F-ueh..t. tl1'12! C' Si '
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permits (apartment buildings) St. John subdivision number
dded up to anotiiir 1990700. two on U. S. 1, south of Indian h packs, Doy Scout troops) mihxploru
i f1yJt ; potts til the i mI ", d' I'
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The past weeks business, thr River City.
I District, 0\1\) Scouts ot .\ ,nr I
iiEh' Wednesday, Feb. S, procured Other single icsidenttal per' {
t will bourn txlny' to i I'II' "
;: a total of $663,915 in per mi's Included one for $11,700 going +r
Week, Fcbuui.
Buy Sl'Olit
wits Issued' including 35 new to Si:as Champ, Titusville, t
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homes and! a $493330 figure for for a home William Everman,
li.uilin, District Chairman
'irm' Two commercial permits lO'l: LaGrange Rd" Titusville *I IN !
a The ob.stn.iHK' mm ks 'I"I IS4th "
.ctountcl fur another $119,800 v :ill builj on Jenny Lind Dr .
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anniversary of the i in nporalion '
lice of the total( and the re IxoscdaU Manor,
naming $18,785 balance was for One for $8,000 went to Jack ot Ire movimit t i
W i ruum: 1) C., and its (1111"
mscillancous alterations, adli E. Allen, Dox 22, Scottsmoor,
I i'n i it Steill.tlii'ii! \ .\ml'l ka Seoul!
repairs etc for a home American' heritage
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curly half the \vteks risi.kntlal Home( Inc, 1410 S. Hopkins, .
T'" div, !Is Umfoim Duind I
business went to Noith.reva'd litubv! ,He, will build on Huntington
SciuitH: will vein their uiiifititi '"
.' Of the total 35 new Ave., Scottsmoor. Hi ,,
>l'h.1 I Muiv will Like punt
I m nes! permits were issued for A $19,800 commercial permitwas II
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,0 of them were in the area I issued to D. W. Schweizer, ,
I KM' will nulude obsu, 1\IIn,
from I'oit St. John north U, S. 1, Bellwood, for a triplex rt ,', .
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June of these were Issued to that Hiucc Nidy of Titusville 1i.
t 'I' count mil Hits suit! IIlIJt'tJ
CObJnIJpolilJn Construction Co., will bull I for him at Bellwood,
('lIh :-si'uuis. Boy Sio"il''. coif
3ox 3o8: Titusville, totaling south of Indian River City I
Explorers! Some will "hlln'' i
81'00111/ a lid il'l'' II It, show Si, mtin. I\IFW WATFR SUPT John (Mack) Lane (itandin t ::),
I Tailors Operation To Space AreaOne OII'lllIn, putures: or hau ilcuonstrntioiiH m" w T,tusville water superintendent, Is a native of Or,

of Scouting skills M' Linda I utul Went: two y'nr' at University of Fla, school oft
of Florida first motor area referred! to as the "Nova talks hy Scouts i'iruiittuic lIe (formerly I was employed by Orlando
carriers to tailor his operation to ", The counties Included l worked
Impact area Innnrruw' IN Annivtisuiv Utilities t and last > tar for Cocoa Utilities Lane
the needs of the space age will Volusia, Seminole, i?isnd was recommended to the Charles Black
are ,. immbcis will rulul, ,<..itirumstlvts .' position by con-
present Ms ease to the Florida Orange Osceola, Indian River to the lleul.s, of suiting engineer/ for City of Titusville. He is shown herewith

Public.ub'ic' hearing Utilities In Commission Cocoa on March at a and Ejcvartl S, ,iitiny! at 8:13 p.m, u ti aili-. Louis Crow construction foreman for the water
drpaitrmnt The department I is busy installing hydrantsin
2L Ilfln of n'ore than half a century
3, Chairman EJwin L. Mason
said today Among the commodities Lloyd C Uidinaiily, this ceremony takes putts of the newly consolidated areas of the city.
wants rights to haul are "btrateglc -S-A Photo.)
Arthur N Lloyd, Inc., wantl'a : materials, missiles, rock IN WASHINGTON Herman E Watt- was in Washington, D. C Monday to meet place do m unit meetings! but iflnev ,
not
t:ate certificate to operate be ets, related materials and expedited wood (left) Titusville postmaster, vice- with Postmaster General John A Gronouski renew meet their pledge uiniorrovv.Smuts In this Scout Oath before their riiinth rr attend with their rea,
president and member of the executive to discuss the 1965 postal (
' points within a 15-mile rad shipments. programs Pie mhers' home/ or 11st where. "pax' 'nts. pcctivc units
!us of the Nova area adjacent to Commission Examiner Harold committee of the National Postmasters, Individual rnombeis often take Also tomorrow Souls of JewIsh

Cape Kennedy Mason said to Smithers will conduct the hearing ---- -- --- -- I filth will attend Scout Sabbath Some merchants have given:
and from points in the six.county Mason said. line' sirviees the Scouts the use of store windows
, Start- Rehearsals "The King And I I" s Travel Ikiruu Vain
Slice On Sunday Scouts will obi and space! In shopping' ern-
TLT plans several projects, for tore' for displays of the hands
t er Titusville Little Theatre held 0368. JOO.! couple; $1200. family. the near future Including< U curd 'rv (Joy S('out Sunduy( by Hart items! they have made and

its regular monthly meeting at Season tickets for the 14! sea. Sponsors arc also welcome! and party, bake sale and rummage wearing! (heir unifoirm ax they to demonstrate skills they 1 learnat

the First Federal Savings and son will go on sale in the near for a $25 donation may rueivc ,-sale uur>mptm> iiicir parents to their' meetings
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Ron Kilgore, director, to begin King and I', last production of in the program. For further II I
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.' Morning worship will be held Indian River CityThe There will be a special speaker ,

at 830: and 1100: a.m. Sunday service of worship for the this Sunday morning at the First
Church of Cod Rev. Victor J.
morning with Rev. E. W. Nor River Methodist
Indian City
a aRw in
Gritzmacher will be speaking
man preaching on the theme Church will be held Sunday, 11:00: "y iM+
the service at 10 45
worship :
'.Waiting For ,?". Scripture: a.m., in the new church building
I o'clock Sunday School classes
will be read .from Luke 2:23-33. en tho Orlando Highway! across
will be at the usual time of 10::00.
The 11:00: o'clock service will be from Indian River Heights. The T 5 f'a"w /
There will be classes for all ages.Rev
I Broadcast, over Radio Station pastor, Rev. Robert Waddell, will .Z m ,, a,
WRMF. preach using the topic "What s Gritzmacher is /from An

Church School, under the sup Doth The Lord Require Of derson, Indiana where he serves

'1 envision of John Raley, is held Thce?" The scripture will be as secretary of the Department

promptly at 9:45 a,m. with taken from Micah, the sixth of Church Eillding for the Boardof L .+ Y s

classes for all ages A nursery chapter. r Church Extension and dome

is provided in llepnessey( Hall.\ Sunday School for all ages will Missions. He is In Florida to attend t
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for preschool children. be held from 9:45: a.m. to 10:35 the Ministers Retreat for the ,, r ;+ ;

a.m. The nursery will be available Church of God ministers to be f .,
held
Junior Church will be in
for both Sunday School end Victor J. Crlttmichtr held at Camp Moon, Lcesburg,
6d o'clock
Hennessey Hall at 11:
Feb 10-13
worship on
under the leadership of Mrs Special SpeakerAt .f
Robert Gibson. William\ San Ihc children choir will re Mid.week prayer service this k
hearse Sunday from 4:30 to 5:30p First ChurchOf A
dusky will preside( and Miss week will be held on Wednesda;t
Marie Young is music director. .m. In the chapel. The Mctho God SundayThere evening at 7:30 o'clock in the
that Youth Fellowship will meet
; Youth recreation will be heldat home of Mr and Mrs Floyd 0'r
in the fellowship hall at 6:30 will be a special speaker
4K)0:; ) p.m. Sunday followed by Stone, 12 Fern Ave
Y' Youth Orchestra and MYF snack p.m. for their program and re at the First Church of God this
creation Sunday according to an announcement Youth Fellowship will be held
Upper at 530.: Meetings are
The School of Missions will made this week by on Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clockin
held at 6:1:15 and youth choir at .
continue Sunday from 7:30 to the pastor, Rev. Ronald( Holder the home of Rev. and MM

71)0: ) p.m. 8.30 p.m. "Our Mission Today"is Rev Victor J. Gntzmachcr of Ronald Holder, 3374 Elder it. ,1.

..Evening: worship will be held the theme for the group study. Anderson, Indiana will be speaking The congregation is moving

at 7.30 p I.m. Sunday Mrs Thomas JacKson will lead In the morning worship service
into the fourth week of an eight.
The Official Board will hold the adults, Mr and MM! Jack .
Us regular meeting on Monday, Wheeler will lead the youth, and week church building campaign

Fcb. 10 at 7:30 p.m. in Hennes Mr and Mrs. William McMillan[ Rev. Gritzmacher serves tthc The campaign is being directed

sey Hall will lead the children in their board of Church Extension and by the Board of Church Extcp

study Home Missions of the Church of alan and Home Missions of the in ? Have witnessed
The choir will rehearse at 7:30p ave you been court you a man
Church of God Anderson Ind
.m. on Tuesday The mission study will con God as secretary of the Department lana Most committees era no4 on trial for his life? That is a serious thing. Yet, every one of us

The Commission on Membership elude with the Wednesday scs of Church Building in his functioning and work is progress" is in that category. on trial before God every day, +
ot Evangelism will meet at slon from 7:30: to 8:30: p,m. A work as Secretary, he works dir ing satisfactorily *"" '
hour, Brilliant attorneys may hang earthly juries and sway
every
1:00 p.m. on Wednesday. German dinner will be served ectly with local churches con a
\ The Orlando District Day Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. Rcscr templating entering into a building Services on Sunday are prescntly human judges but brother it won't be that way with God.

Apart will be held Wednesdayfrom vations are requested for the dinner program He assists them in being conducted) in the In His is really the "court of last resort" There we shall stand ypv
-' The nursery will be available making evaluations and dian River City Fire Hall[ on yyr
9 30 to 11 30 at the proper CNUr
: : a m' naked before Him. He alone will decide our case and pronounce, rN
in Winter for all Mission study sessions arrangements at the beginning of Magnolia Ave.
Methodist t Church The adult choir will rehearse on their projects, then carries the with poise the verdict. That, too, is serious. But we have .M,,, HU'tCyrN rpu
Park. A will be pro This "
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nursery congregation
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videdcd and coffee served. Take Tuesday at 730; p.m. !in the chapel requests to the Board of Direct with the Church of God whose had ample opportunity and have been warned many times. ; '""' .,

a sack lunch it desired Guest ors for final approval of a loan general offices are in Anderson,,, The church steeple on the corner points the way and His word """' "? ,

speaker will be Mrs Bruce Can- The Hobson Circlewill meet He has served In this capacity Ind on the pulpit tells us how to get there When we come be/ore M ""," :"'"*w":"" ,
I home for For five
Tuesday, 9:30: a.m. in the one year years priorto
qaway and the theme for the day His and shall the book will be opened.. our eternal ,' '' w; '
of Mr\ and Mrs. Cecil Shade, 265 that, he served as associate court we ,,y
witnesses"eGlrl ChristNScientist
Ye also Scoufsttieet are \my!i+ t each WednesJay Browning Ave The nursery will secretary of the Department of Churches of destiny known ,..and He will read the verdict. ,,,, ?ti?

be available at the church. Church Building.
< from 4:00 to 5:00 pmIn ew
Hennessey Hall; under the lead The church membership class The First Church of Cod herein M' .,,.Md

<*ship of .Mrs. E. D. Scandrett for children will meet Saturday, Titusville, presently meetingin Man's discovery of the real

$id Mrs B. M. Lusk. The Wo 10:00: a.m. in the church. the Indian River City Fire sties of "Spirit" will be.the theme

1 j man's Society 'of r 'Christian Ser' 'Sunday evening services will Hall, was organized In August of this Sunday at Christian Science This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by: '

\Ue sponsors this group. begin at 7:30; p.m. The children's 1962 The congregation has recintly churches. :

Mid-week prayer service will choir will sing, and there will be purchased a two and one-
an emphasis on congregational) half tract land Golden Text: "Teach me to do
be held at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday acre of on) which
in the Sanctuary singing. The nursery will be pro they hope to build their own thy will; for thou art my God; I Atlantic Plumbing Co. First Federal Savings & Loan Association
I i vided for small children thy spirit is good; lead me into
building !in the very near future Downtown Titusville
The Saturday, February 8th, 329 St Johns St Titusville
This the land of uprightness" (Pa. ?
Is located
property 250' northof
Boy Scout Troop No. 340, sponsored Carder St 1.:3::10)). Related readings will include J
: on Carpenter Road
Men'sClub Central Mims
by the Methodist Baptist, this selection "Faith advanced
At the time the ; -
present con Luke Cain
will leave tor the State understand
Services for the week at Cen gregation is engaged In a Church to spiritual Threlkeld's Standard Service
Fair in Tampa There are 30 tral Baptist Church are announ Building Campaign to raise the ing, is the evidence gained from State Farm Insurance Com pariesDownt.own
boys in the troop and the ScoutMaster Spirit, which rebukes sin of every Titusville AM 7-S027
214 Palm TitusvilleBaird's
for the
ced as follows: necessary.money building ,
I is Clarence Wunder,
kind and establishes the claims
The Campaign Is being directedby
Bruce and E, D. Scan Sunday: Sunday School, 9:4S: I
Snyder the Board of Church Extension of God" (Science and Health with
Brett assist Wunder The men a.m., morning worship, 11:00: ; Rey to the Scriptures by Mary Mobile Homes
6 and Home Missions, Andcr Indian River Machine Shop
30
training union, : p m ; evening
will be taking the boys to the baker Eddy, p.23).
Ind
130. son, Rte 1 Box 351 Cocoa. Florida
I fair are Snyder, John Raley, worship, ; 'I Indian River City, Florida
Brotherhood meeting First Church of Christ Scientist
Monday ,
Laurence Dehmlow and Clarence : Rev Gritzmacher attended )

Wund! This is Boy Scout week 1:30: p.m.Tuesday. Anderson College, Anderson, ]Ind. Titusville, hold Sunday services

and this troop will be attending : 9:30 a.m., Alice Gav- lana and was graduated from at 11 a.m. and Wednesday : Boyd's Gulf! Service
enta Circle will meet at church; Michigan State University testimony meetings at 8 p.m. at Mims Citrus Growers Association
the 11:00 o'clock service on Sunday Downtown Titusville
"
Association Training Union Leadership 109 Baldwin Shopping Center Mims. Florida
as a unit at which time they The public is( Invited to i
hear
Conference convenes at Sunday School tor children up to .

will be recognized. 1:36: p.m. Tuesday at Titusville him this Sunday morning in the the age of 20 convenes at 11 a.m.

Trinity LutheranSunday First Baptist; YWA meets at 7:30 10:45 o'clock worship service in in the Chamber of Commerce Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr.J James Pritchard & Son
the Indian River City Fire Hall building All welcome
are
Largo
with Penny locks, 283 Key I '
morning worship service J Mims, Florida Frank & Mary Schuster & Associates

begins at 10:13 at Trinity j 2300) South Washington, Titusville
Wednesday: 6)0:; p.m., beginner' t
Lutheran Church in Indian River THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF SCOTTSMOOR .1 I

City There Is a nursery during and primary Sunbeams and WELCOMES YOU Ray storllng Mills ,: Lumber
Jr. and Intermediate GA's and Brevard Company i
the for small children.
service' Turn teat At Fruit E.
Stand
Sunday School is held at 9:00: for RA's meet at the church; also of! Toby's ? i. Kennedy

all ages including adults. tiers and teachers meet at this I Sunday School ,.. .. 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship ...... 11 ,.11'I.' 1 Badcock Furniture Titusville
The Junior Lutherans will meet hour Prayer meeting Is at 1:30: I Training' Union . 6:31): p.m, Entrains Worship ..? JjJO p,m.'
Nursery for Each SerYI Sorvlce W d. 1 ... Insurance
Sunday afternoon at 2:00. This p.m. with YWA in charge of the Prayer ? p. Ray Nelson Agency ;

group Is for children ages 611 program The Only Southern :Baptlat Church \ Big Apple Plaza ? Bryan-Conway& Winstead, Inc.

and Includes a lesson, choir Thursday: All day visitation Between Mims and Oak HUH! Downtown TitusvilleBelkLindsey '

practice, and a craft At 400: Saturday: Intermediate and ;_

Sunday the Youth Confirmation young yeoplc's Sweetheart Ban Burger I King
Class will meet and the Luther pact at the church.Women's '" C''
League will follow at 5:00.: TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCHAn North U. S, 1, TitusyiHe .

The choir will rehearse Tuesday Class ( American Lutheran Church) id Titusville

evening at 7:00.: Duff Electric Titusville ,
The midweek Lenten services To Host 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE ti ""

will begin on Wednesday, Ash INDIAN RIVER CITY \1 Mr. and Mrs H. Guy Duff

Wednesday, at 1:15.: The service Sister ChurchesThe Colonial T. V. and Appliances

will begin with a "Singspiration SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . 9:00 a.m. .

and ,Children' Sermonctte All Women's Class cf the First ,CHURCH: SERVICES; . lOllS a.m. :'t i I

are cordially invited to worship, Christian Church of Titusville will Morley's Western Auto '
I with us A nursery will be provided be hostess to the sister churches We Extend A Cordial Welcome To Youl I C. W. Danenburg
Mr and Mrs Chus J. Morley ;
'\ of Cocoa, Cocoa Beach and Mer .1 Danenburff: Realty
CLAUDS! E.TEJAN, Pastor
& Broad Titusville '
'\ On Thursday evening at 1:1:: ()' ritt Island on Tuesday evening :? Washington 1 1514 S: Washington; Titusville. .'; 4

all committees will meet 'at the February 11, at 7:30: p.m An in r
church. This will be an important vltation is extended to all womento \

meeting as it Is the first of the attend this fellowship meet i Welcome To 'The ,: Canaveral Rambler Master Cleaners .J :

year. ing Phone AM 7-l"348 .* S. Hopkins at Titusville City Limits ..1.1i

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I First BaptistChurch

.: < Fransen's Drive (In Restaurant Mutual Insurance Service, !Inc. _
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"In The Heart Of The Community- ( of i Mims ''a and Employee Titusville, South Washington Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Jones
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Main &: Hopkins TituiYllle. Florida .. Downtown TituavilleFulmer's '
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W. S. Hardln PastorSERVICES .
Only S MtnvNs from Downtown TltuivlIU North
Rinker Materials Corp. Drug Store
On U. S,1 1 to Mint Turn Loft at Blinker LlfM.
/ West Orange Ph. AM 7-5900 .: Gene Sego

Sunday Worship . . . 8:30: &: 11:00 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL . .. ,. .. .. 9;45 A. M ;

Sunday School . . . . . 9:4S A.M. MORNING WORSHIP . . . 11:00 A. M.

Training Union . . . . 6:15: A.M. YOUTH CHOIR REHEARSAL .. .. 5:30 P. M. Town Motel The Employees of

I Sunday Evening Worship . ., . . 7.30: P.M. TRAINING UNION ..,. .. ... . . 8:1J P. M Downtown TitusvUle Suburban Propane Gas Service

Mld-Week Service. Wednesday . 7.30: P.M. EVENING WORSHIP . . . 7:30: p, M.
WED NIGHT PRAYER SERVICE T:30 p, M.

Oldest Baptist Church !In Area Established In Air Conditioned for your Comfort Rev Jo.*.ph. I E, Boatwrlght .. Edwards Realty Moonland I Mobile I Homes, Sales J

1883 Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention "The End of Yotu Search For A Friendly Church" Joe and Mary Edwards .
Titusville
U. S. 1 North of Overpass
,
Baldwin Shopping Center I
Mother of Three Missions We
AIt- oncW1oaed: ) "Wondorful Word cl Llfo" 7.4 A.M. Moa.-Frf.. WJIMF
Cordially Invite/ You to Attend Our Services.'
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Friday, February 7, 19(4 TI""I1I.I'r.'I( ) Star Advocate Page J-B! MTim Methodist Good .Shepherd Pine Grove Baptist Jehovah's WitnessesThe

Services for Mims Methodist Lutheran Church following program to 1 beheld
.. Services for Pine Grove Daptlst
at the Kingdom hall 1422
Church are announced or lol "
"Cove Is The Greatest! Is thetht'me
of Scottsmoor, are as follows.
1 Norwood Ave., Is announced byL.
lows: selected by the Rev. Arnold
Church News Of The Week 10 with D. Shawver local presiding
Sunday School a.m. F. Claus for his sermon to. Sunday School Is scheduled (for
minister
classes( for all ages. the congregation et Good Shepherd 10 a.m. with Ernest Woodell as
r 4r All teachers and other Interested Church on Sunday Feb !9 superintendent! ; worship service Sunday at 3 p.m., a public
i } For Titusville and North Brevard CountyDeadline persons are Invited to hear The text is Chapter 13 of the will (follow at 11 with Pastor Roe Bible lecture will be given by a
Mm Carolyn Gabriel from Johnson bringing the morning representative of the Watchtower
First Epistle of Paul the Apostle
Cokesbury Press at 2 p.m. She to the : Corinthians Identical message; evening services begin Society, E. ('. Kinney who will
For Thud Pages 5 P.M. Wednesday will discuss Methodist literatureand at 7:00.Mhl.'et'k: speak on, "Can There Be A
services Mill be
Warship tom
"
World Without Woe? Followingthe
teaching methods. ducted( at 800 a.m. and 10:30: prayer service will lecture at 4:15: p.m., the
Morning Worship, 11 a.m., a.m. Immediately! following the he at 7:30: p.m. Wednesday with weekly Bible study will be con

Nazarene ...."" .. ....'-:.. .' .... Feb. 9. Race Relations Sunday. second: service, a Friendship, prayer and liible service.I'ine ducted on the subjects, "They
'Blessed are the Merciful" will Coffee I.our will bo held in the Grove Baptist Mission is Listened to an Angel, and Love

The First Church of the Nazarene be sermon by Pastor; Methodist fellowship! hall of( the church a member of the American Bap and Coldness Lead to Life."

1027 Park Avenue, announces Youth Fellowship; 8:30: p.m..; The newly( organized Good Association.: ,
the following services of the Evening service. 7:30-: p.m with" Shepherd Friendship Mixed Every Tuesday at 8 p.m., another

week sung, service and sermon by pastor Bowling) League will howl fur Orsino Bible study is held on, "Let

The Church Beard meeting will "St'r'k. Is the Path to Mas- the first time at 6:30,: p.nSun. Baptist Your Name He Sanctified"

be held at 7:00: tomorrow night J1...: tt'rv" day. Or at the church Fob, 10 Official board meeting Theocratic Ministry School 1.1
study. as pastor, announces the following
Pastor Claus' will be In attendance
The Sunday School hour beginsat at 7.30. ( p.m. services: conducted, followed at 8:30: p.m,
a! 4i under the leadership of ,f.. Feb 12, Bibleitudy at T p.m.; ot the Pastoral Confidence by the weekly servlcec meeting

Rubert BJankenship There will ,t Senior choir practice; 7:40: p.m at Trinity Lutheran Tho pastor will preach: duringthe

he classes for all ages. Fob 13 Mary Nicholson circle Church in Orlando all day !Mon It a.m. worship hour, his Early Morning

The Worship hour at 11 :- with r will meet with Mri. Roland day subject bl'lnaVhcn Saul begun

Miss Lela G. McConnell) ot the y Webb at 7:30: p.m.; Mae Own Tuesday evening at 7:30: o'- to think with Jesus" The 7:30: Wreck Leaves
Kentucky Mountain Bible School true! will meet In Tile Education4l clock, the exe'utiboard of the
a.the guest speaker. There will unit at 7:30: p.mi Lutheran: Women' Missionary p.m.'lIrshlp hour sermon subject One Injured

he others (from the school with Feb 14, World Day of Prayer League will meet in the fellowship will bo "The Face: of

Miss McConnell. special trio by set ice at Mims Methodist halThis\ meeting Is for Jesus." An early morning accident occurred
Kavlene Trempest. Priscilla Thursday at 7:35: a.m. on
.Chiirch for United Church Wo the clt'Clod' officers, chairmen of
Paulo and Phyllis Cox The In. Sunday School meets at 10 State Road: 402 near the Inter*
men Theme. "Let us Pray", the service committees, and the
t ant and Toddlers nurseries are a.m., with Dean MiCroskey as' section of Al.\. Involved in the
9:30: 11:30: p.m. chairmen of the three Circles)
open for all regular services. with Miss McConnell will accident was a 1958 Chevrolet
COMING SUNDAY In the Sunday speaker Along Also 011 Tuesday at 7:30: pm., nupei intcndent and classes (for
The Junior and Teen Fellowships morning worship service at 11:00: at the be a ladies trio, Kaylene Trempest. Pris- the pastor's class will meet. all age groups. Training unions driven by Harold Huffman of the
will begin at 6:00.: Also at First Church of the Nazarene, G. Mccilia Paulo and Phyllis Cox The public 1 1st Missionary the meet at 6:30: p.m Mt. Vernon Ixxlge!: and a 1942
(the same time the Christian Serv Connell, left, of the Kentucky Mountain is invited to attend the service.< BaptistFirst first! in a series of Lenten Pontiac driven by Vernon P Seh-
Services will bp l held Ash The new at the larb, 2819 West .Field. Drive.
ice Training classes will be meet Bible School, will be the special guest and I on sanctuary
Missionary Baptist church \\11loon)\ be ready (for
ingThe Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. The Order Both of the vehicles; were trav

Evangelistic service at Church tlf) Indian River City, of Vespers will be followed\ worship seivices.Christian. elling east when the Huffman

7 00. with Rev. Thomas Ream St Gabriel's ChurchThe First BaptistFirst Christian! And Elder Howard Thornton, pastor, with Pastor Claus bringing the! auto slowed down and was struck
speaking. A duet will be present. announced live! following\ service: message, "The Word of For. Church In the rear by the other auto. The
ed by Judy and Ruth Manning schedule for St. Gabriel's F.-iptlst Church offers Missionary Alliance: giveness." Sehlarb auto received estimated

and the men's quartet will sing. Episcopal Church as announced:! three worship services every Si.nriny Sihooi of thc Christianand Sunday: Sunday School, 6:43: Thursday at 7:3U: p.m the Sunday Services for First Christian $150 damage and the Huffman(
Tuesday night at 7:30: the Cot. Father follows Mi sion.iry Alliance church, a.m., with classes for all ages Church of Tltusvillc are announced auto $75. 1 iffman[ was taken to
by Ferguson Is as Sunday. The early service begins School staff, including\ all
tage Prayer meeting will be held Indian River City, offers classes arid Nursery provided 1; Morning as follows by'a\ tor Eddie Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital
: at 8:30: o'clock with music by the t teachers, substitute teachers! and
ai the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ver (for all age groups and a nurseryis Fine: by Smith Ambulance but
urieseage was not.
11:00\:) a.m., by Elder .
Sunday, Feb. 9. Morning youth choir and a message by olflccrs will meet. Choir ReJiearsitl
non Jones, Merritt Island. provided (for each meeting ol 1 Injured seriously
The regular midweek Prayer will be said at 7:15: a.m.; the pastor, W. S. Hardin. tie: church John Allen leads tile. upward Thornton; Baptist training will be held at this same Sunday: Sunday School 10

service will be held Wednesday prayer at Holy Cpmmunion will be cele Sunday School begins at 9:45: opening) program: ,, and Mr( Donniron course, 6:30: p.m., with classes hour. am ; morning worship, 11 a.m., The accident was Investigated!

7 00 with choir rehearsal following brated at 7:30: a.m.; Sunday a.m. with graded nurseries, will teach the adult Bible for all ages; evening message Junior Confirmation Class will toward ordinatIOn cf Deacons by J. S. Baker, Florida Highway

: the service. School for the fourth grade up classes and departments for all class using the book of Roman' 8'00 p.m. meet Saturday\ : morning at 9:00: Herman! Walt wood( Jr., Mitchell (Patrolman

will meet at 9:30: a.m. The adult ages. Cradle Roll for infants and "The Kingdom: of God" will be ''Tuesday: Ladies auxiliary o'clock. Pastor Claus will teach I'emllcy< and John Hall; 12 noon

class will also meet at this time Extension Department (for invalids the sermon topic by the pastor. meeting, 7:30: p.m., at the the rlasi. mortgage burning; Christian En- LEGAL' PADS Supply. 35c

Westside Baptist under the direction of Jack Korton. : shut-ins and people who This will be an expositions! message Church. Good Shepherd Lutheran dea\or. 6'4S: ; 7'30) a review of Also
Kraft
Family Eucharist will be must t work on Sunday. taken (from the book olMjlthcw. Envelopes with clasp
Worship service is held at the Wednesday: Mid-Week prayer Church I In boated() at 2001 GardenSt. Christian: Education Week
Westside Baptist Church on celebrated at 10:00: a.m.; The Regular morning worship at service, 7:30: p.m. Bible Study ., one mile west of Highway; 1. for mallln:. Full stock at St.*..
Tropic St. at 11 Sunday School third grade and 11-00 o'clock. Music by the Adult The Christian Cadets anJ Senior Course by Elder Howard Thorn- Wednesday Prayer meeting
a.m. bc\\.)'.... will meet at 10:00: a.m. chair and a message by the pas- AYF meet at 6:30: p.m. ; The ton; Adult Choir Rehearsal, service at 7'30 p.m Advocate.
Sunday School begins at 9:45: Junior choir/ rehearsal 7:30: p.m.
under the direction of James *.jr or) "The Church Today". service of( inspirational of --- --
evening 8:30: p.m.. under the direction
.
.m. with classes for all ages; under the direction of Marie
I Munn, Jr. Training Unions meet at 6:15: singing and testimony begins at .
junior choir practice is at S Doyle Rlsnor.Thursday Morris!
p.m. for all age groups. 7:30 The Sermon Topic will Christian Missionary Alliance Church
p in Training union begins! at Cub Scouts will meet at the p.m. : Ladiesvisitation,
6IS: followed by worship service 10.00 am service. Evening Worship at 7:30: p.m. be, "The Rock in Hureb". 10:00:) a m.; men's visitation, The Titusville Star- Sun Road Off Hwy. SO Indian River City I

at 7:30.: Nursery is provided for Tuesday Feb. 11, St. Catherine with music by the IntermediateChoir Bible study and Prayer meeting 7:15: p.rn.j, Beginner choir rehearsil Advocate Est' in circulation WELCOMES YOU TO OUR SERVICESI!
and a message by the pastor ,
all services. Chapter will meet at the homeof Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. 7:00: p.m., under the "The Whole Bible Is the basic of all Uachlat"

Prayer meeting begins at 7:15: Mrs. T. L. Watts at 8:00: p.m. Mid-week en "The services Trumphet begin Sound".at The Layman's Action group Crusade will for meet Missionary I direction of Peggy Oxendine; In No. Brevard.

Feb. 12, Ash Wednesday services
p.m on Wednesday, followed by 5:30: p.m. Wednesday with Family Thursday, 7:30: p.m. with John ., "
aYlult choir practice at 8:15: :. 7:13: a.m. Morning.Prayer, .
p.m. Night Supper (Make jiour''reservatlun Allen, presiding i,
of
Holy Communion, Imposition
) followed by organizational a
ashes; 9:30: a m. Holy Communion Baptist
:first Baptist Church ? Imposition of Ashes; 8:00: meetings. Prayer meeting at 7:30: Calvary

p.m. Penitential Office Imposi followed by Youth Choir Rehears. Services will\ be held Sunday at I
Services for First Baptist
tlon of ashes. al at 8:30: p.m.Grace. the Calvary Baptist Church as
Church of Mims are announcedas
follows by Jos. E. Boatwright, Feb. 13, Thursday, 9:30: a.m., (fallows: s" \ ,":'vi '" "" ..
Sunday School will begin at :'
Communion.Feb. BaptistServices )
Holy
pastor :
10:00: a.m. under the direction of (
:
Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: 14, Friday, 7:45: p.m., for Grace Baptist Marvin Fisher. Sunday School .- :
morning worship 11 choir rehearsal. ; "
a.m.
4.m. ; Church, meeting in the Community Sept, with classes for all ages.
training union, 6:15: pm.; eve Evening Prayer will be read at Dixie
Church building, Old The morning worship service
ning worship, 7:30: p.m. 5:00: p.m. Monday, Wednesdayand
follows with
Highway are as : begins at 11:00: a m Pastor!
Wednesday:! : GA, RA's. Sunbeams ., Friday and at 7:00: p.m. on 10:00: a.m. Bible School with Bill McClure bringing the ruesi&iie. -

officer-teacher meeting, Tuesday and Thursday. classes for all ages taught by Special music will be rendered
&30 p.m. : Prayer meetings, 7:30g..m. : competent teachers. Rev. Mar- by Mrs. Carolyn Fisher. \
adult choir rehearsal 8:30
; : ; Church Of ChristThe gene will introduce new Christian The Young People's Group will ,.
p.m.Thursday education methods. A film strip- meet at 6:30: p.m. and prayer
: Visitation-9:30:: a.m. Church of Christ meets at entitled "The Red Sea" will be service will be held at 7:13: p.m. NOW THAT ALLTHE l'

and 7 a.m. !the corner of St. Johns and Hopkins shown! before the class sessions. Pastor McClure will\ ha teaching .

Avenue. The schedule of 11:00: a.m. Worship service from the Bonk of Revelationat
LEGAL PADS Big Supply, 35e services is as follows: with Pastor Margene\ beginning a the Wednesday night serviceat a

each at Stsr-Advocata Office. Sunday: Bible study, 9:50: a.m.; series of messages on the "Crossof 7:30.:

worship service, 10:50: a.m. eve Christ". SHOUTiNGIS .
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.. ...... ... ...;;;; The Weekly Bible Study will
nlnll service, 6:00: p.m.; midweek Youth
-- 6:00: p.m. meetings. be held at Brother McClure
,I.I.I.. .. Bible study is on Wednesday at 7:00: p.m. Evening gospel[ home at 220 Stuart Ave.? Indian tl

I I. : 7:00: p.m. hour, Bible exposition by Pastor River City, Tuesday at 10:00: a.m.
I.i.i.! : On Sunday morning and Wed. Margene. and Visitation will be Thursday' t
A netday night Bible study classes Wednesday, 7 p.m., midweek at 10:00: a.m.Calvary OVER
i (tendServices are provided for all age groups. service Raptist[ Is a Pro-Mil

The Wednesday night adult class Thursday 6:30: p.m., Bible lennium, Independent Church WE WANT TO ANNOUNCE THAT
Ii has just begun a study of the Club. and I'astor McClure extends a
First Epistle of Paul to the Thes-
: cordial invitation to the public to

ii salonians. Church of God attend all services. Services are THE PONTIAC GTO
The regular minister, Maurice being: held temporarily at the :

: ThisWeek : W. Jackson Jr., will\ be out of Services for Sunday at the Women's Club House 119 Hopkins .

town Sunday! February 9, 1964 to Church of God Titusville, are: Avenue. WON CLASS 2

:: bejin a gospel meeting with the Sunday school at ten o'clock and ,

'. McDill Avenue Church of Christ worship at eleven. The'' evening: nights at 7:30.: The public Is invited. ': OF THE PURE OIL PERFORMANCE TRIALS
In
Tampa. Tom Wheeler will! \ evangelistic service will be at .

at }your( own I I preach in his absence, seven. The temporary location for this

: First PresbyterianSunday Workers' Training Is scheduled new congregation is 308, Wash
for this Friday night at the ington Ave., downtown Titjsvillc.\
I
placeof :- is Boy Scout Sunday, home of Pastor Joseph M. Daniel

i and First Presbyterian Church, 219 Beverly St., under the
worship which sponsors the Cuba Boy direction of Rev. Luther Ramsey.. See The a ,
Scouts and Explorers, will be host Revival services are let for Star AdvocateFor

to the boys and their leaders at next week with the guest Evan Your

.. the 11 o'clock worship service gelist Rev. F R. Daniel of Ap-

.. Rev. Bates will preach on "The opka. Services will begin week! Printing Needs!
Church and the Individual" at .
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8:30: and again at 11. There Is a
FIRST CHURCH OF TH ENAZARE1NE
church-hour nursery at 11 a.m.
only. 1027 Perk Ave. Titusville r :

Sunday School with classes for Sunday School, 9:45: A.M. Worship Hour, 11 A.M.

all, convenes at 9:45: ; Junior-Hi Youth Fellowship 8 P.M. Evangelistic: Hour. ; .

and Senior HI Youth Groups at 7 7 P.M. Wed. midweek service, 7 P.M. .

p.m THOMAS REAM. MINISTER .

.;; I Scriptural Christ Centered Everyone Welcome I '1.
To KNOW HIM AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN" .' i iWE'RE
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Missionary In Vision and motive this church p', po"" you
6> Pre-MIllenaUl Emphasis got from reaching the p* >U ef North Brevtrd County thrv,h Sf t YOU AUWWHfl PONTIAC DEALER FOR A WIDE CHOICE Or WIDE:-TRACRS AND GOOD USED CARS, TOO.

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Evangelistic in Method i tlsemont the site of this tnrwvnctmont will cod you only $4-00
Issue. Call 21.83314.r ttie services e. one ef eur advertising(
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unknown NOTICE: FOE BIDS
Pig 4-B Tltu.vlll.IFlorlda( ) Star efYOco'o t Friday, February 7, 1964 life. Before she got married she ize your girl friends ore far more after whose a wher.aboutt dill lent search, art I anti m Sealed. bide Board of County
was a lieutenant In the WAC and, sensitive to her criticism than Commleilonert uila .
Tou'r.yr notified that e t:4S: A. M.. February 20, 1-H4 ,7
STAR ADVOCATE'CrossWoi!S) MISTER BREGER she has been giving orders ever she Imagines. Ask her to go: easyon petition for* hereby the adoption of your the Con Courthouse In Tltuavllla, Fit m.'
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unce. your friends and if you son DENNIS .RAY HUsuY styled courtherebyMrequired On ((1) 1D64 Passenger i:>r '
a i.Ae f w.ew anw-.ea h.. .a. a.21 t Last week the lieutenant told think, it will help tell her Colonel been filed tit the above and you .1'. four ((4)) door aedan automati t, .

.d Puzzle one of my girl friends her posture 1 Landers suggested it. Et other a..rv.pl..adl"*' a copy ol to than tranimlaalon 1111 Inches: .wheelbase, VI .".In.not lent n',

was awful and she should stand this your petition answer. oo or the petitioner at' lia than Lit Horsepower out* "
view mirror back ,
andPearVon. rear ; u p Ilii
if straight and hold her chin up. I Ann Landers' frank and in lorneya; Claude Hynl Pepper.! Plata.Walker Cocoa'Florida circulating heater. and deft -'
i Nh' Ills ol at; five (S) Duo i 14 4 ply tin.
LI
i \ almost died of embarrassment.'I formative new book, "Teen-Agers and file the original
ACROSS 2. Auspices 22. More l t k rl n 6 IB not l lens than 40 ampere jh.,. :
1, Botch 3. Distress resllee/ + 1 is23Ignited next day she told another And Sex" ($2.95)), is now avail your answer,of. or the other Clerk pleading of the Cir nator; two ((2) speed eleunwiper

5 Reclines call S'' I 1 1i friend her blouse was too dressyfor able at your book store. the cult office Court on or before the 2nd day tinted' (and las. all wtndihleld window waih.r; ,din,.
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9.A heavy 4. Scoff 2.5 Weeps 4i t I' school. The girl felt just awful Ann Landers will be glad to of March. .W4. If default you rail..lll 10 J.o tlonal ilgnali' : equipped n >
cart: 0. Scientist's 26. Bever. judgment by and ,,
relief demanded power steering power br because she had spent one help you with your problems.Send taken. agalnat you for the
: l'oltiels1111' work. age "I i I ..; factory air conditioning: >I
acre room: !rom v I I /f Y whole weekend sewing beads on them to her in care of this You. are In further the petition.. hereby. commanded or: Dark blue.

12. Stand up abbr. mail 1 I, N I that blouse and she thought it newspaper" enclosing a stamped ed to appear In laid court Payment. to be mad on Mai., ,
l era March. 1M4, at 1M: >4. or delivery date, which. ,"I ,,
: 13. Light tan 6. Frouted14.Afflrlnauve 29. Head: + i looked beautiful. self-addressed envelope. the day In of Tltu.vllle, Flor the latter
T. AUlntplY' 11. the Courthouae M. o'clock beforethe All bide to be marked "Ulil\: ;1w1(
A.
ilkworm 31. Floor Yesterday she told my very ix TIIK. ( iK( nr tot HT or tiirMVril ida. Honorable at 11:30 Voile. A Wllllllllle.Jr. Sedan," on outalde left hand i ,

IV City train 8. Sections cover- ve.terday'e A.N dearest friend her hair looked JlllMlil. IIMIIT Or .. and to ahow cause why the paid of The envelope. Hoard rewrvei lha .
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: IT. Moist 9. Method log like a haystack and to cut it off MOKIIIV* > ( III STY IX \\I: hula IIKKVHI !; petition DONE' should and ordered not be granted.al Tlluivll'e,. reject any and all hiIn., rlgln

e Liberate 11. To sadden Mechanical 40. Coup, oy 4 y %< a aM stop bleaching it. f II t *( KKt ::0.1. U. trees Florida. thin 3oth day of January Jolt It. W1CKHAM, Chain.,, ,.
Hesitation 18. Wreath: man 41. Large IN KB' : Hoard of County Cominliml. n.Urevard ? I <
What I do about this problem 1964.Ct'RTIte County Florida.
can
ADOPTION BARNES
sound Haw. 3T. Skin pulpit r OF DENNIS RA l'IHTKBY R. Feb. T, 14 iFrl.) 1VIJINGMACHINt .
21. Choose and IS. Floating diaorlcr( 42. Greek ELOISE Clerk of Circuit Court
BY: JAMEd J. JRNSK.V: Petitioner seal)
; Father mass 38. Small letter Dear Eloise: Your mother NOTICE By: V. S. It ..nllierIJepol ROLLS, only

2t. Crazy of Ice 'lndlalS 4 i.Pli- means well but she doesn't real. TO: HERBBKT RAY BUSHY )' Clerk 25c each at the Star-Advocatl I

27.Good onhamburger 10. Conclude on fishing pen t.q : -- --- --_ _whom place ot ruld..nu. and Jan. 31. Feb. T. H. 21 (IFri.!..1965.:...-...
21. Ease rod 40. Epoch

2t). Simpletons b I / IT'S FUNNY TO SEE THE
31>. Shooting I '
CRAZY THINGS TRIXIE: %AR!

star NH PUTS ON HER HEAP
4 I \
32. Mrs.

:: Truman APINA HAS ,
33. Music! note i iI ,

r4 3*. Prickly "Bills bills, bills electricity, gas, water taxes: Insurance !

.-1 r 0. envelopes S !b IJ You've just got to quit this wild spending!"
of fruit l
B eJ 7 7 o
=: 34. Eskcrs:

3?.To move
oAf 40.Young/ dog 21 It J3 l s o ether one of those "crazy" wivDear Ann Landers: I know my

43. Frennres es who telephones her husband mother means well blot she th &II
21 4 a adi
-4 through ul the office several times a day. ruining all my frlcn :ihll>s. I wIllIf

ricer, sL my husband's secretary 1s fcc IS: soon and I can t anord to
:':'"" 43.Ceilln.tr ...
i7 timbers driven: to detraction: by my ;}1n through life without friends* N

.: 4T.Doctrine ds # sJd "nutty" calis, well, that's Just The trouble with my mothers TJ"0 1-1

1 African Io JJ .y1 4'4I tu bad. She'd better quit and, that. she wants to run everybody C
0::: antelope _Ji- ..
:ro 49.Trust 'JS 5 bw go to work for a bachUir l or a _., WOULD YOU RATHER NEVER THOUGHT OP IT

;;t CO.Edible married man who U nut a wor- \ WHATAREYGl15HOVELIN4 AVD'TNIRSTYirSLt7GBACK TH/tWGN/ THE THAT WAY I'LL' GO SET

-... rOOhliX.k-: ;1 k lid X FOR? WHY DON'T' 5 JOW OR WALKON NK'ECLEAR WINE CLEANED CPP

P.I. My husband used to get: into YOU WAITAND PAVEMENT T
DOWN tA-: '
= // 4-1 terlTMElr? ,
Ins car sod drive home in the \ i
Female // _
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e- horse 2-7 middle of (lie day to ire why I 'r '

w-- ----. ---. --- didn't answer the hone. !It t never ..I,r :p"'yj Jif' l A
!occurred to him that I could be in ;::-: \ I

the balh.ub, outside emptying the ::!1"'ij;.&;.;;:t',

Irabh, sweeping> the walk or just -

LANDERS talking to a neighbor. He just as :.- ,

I I.Untie slimed the house had burned

down or that I had a' horrible accident DIGGING OUTlying

In the kitchen and was ,

That Tongue unconscious on the floor. Too much of this kind of f 1 e

The dear man can't seem to weather is a bit unjiUat-

If the habit I > If an auto' accident -
:: conquer worry so r.nft you "mowed under"

make it a practice to let him financially you couM bt In GOON! YOU NEED SILLY DOG

ZZ Dear Ann Landers: What is I realize thLs is not a very know whenever I wander outside real trouble An Etna MONTY ITS C THE EXERCISE! HATES TO 11 CJ

: the light thing to say when Important problem comparedwith car-ahut of the phone. This: Casualty Auto-Ritt! Policy TIME FOR GETHIS 11

ZT someone tells y ou they think sonic you get, but it ha may IIl'em.II to his secretary -with safe driver dii- you TO GO FEET WET! r :.rI
counts offers the
= your boy friend U: very good been causing me a lot of trouble but it's terribly important protiction you need you Steui OUTSIDEFOR

+ )lucking) and I would appreciate any help 10 her boss. toon. AWHILE. ( << I

} = This happens to me all the yell can give; me. Thank you. Thank you for listening to the :\"\ JAd

TONGUE TIED GIRL other side of the story KEEL
Z. time and 1 am stuck for an nnTswcr. -

Sometimes I Just say, Dear Girl: Untie your tongue ANOTIICH TELEPHONE PEST tl0a D ? J

VThank you.." Lately I have God say, "Yes, he's good good- Dear T.P.: Thank you for "the I INSURANCE

looking but It's much more Important other side." I've said it before, tC } 1
brcn "Yes I know he
saying
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that hc'i such a fine per. but once more won't hurt The AGENCY. INC.
=: >a" Neither one of these anucri rrr !

eons' calls between a husband
telephone
duo -
201 Magnetic. Avenue Ay \ \ -
right.WHOLE .
seem -
1.1 -
:= And If he doesn't happen to ben and wife are strictly their -
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.- ,fine person you might ay, own business. If the wifa makes I. R, C, 247-7121( -
YES I'D LIKE TO TAKE' ON SECOND THOUGHT- MAYBE lt>
"I.'e: Is n lot of tun. ."or some- a nuisance of herself and some kTNA CASUUTY WQ I 40
LIFEINSURANCE AREIVU OFF 2O (MORE POUNDS. IJ BETTER MAKE ST POUNDS!
them unquestionably do It'siii mI
thing closer to the truth. of MO warn coarser
STILL
[ to her husband to tell her. MAimOM. CONHECTICUT ONYDUR J
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Rat. Starting A. Dear Ann Landers: I'm an- DIET !
,, LADY C
Low AS: !

-. *gtJO 2.37 per $1,000. Annually I YERONKA3

U 3.U per $1,000 Annually TELEVISION GUIDE II I

40 5.44 per $1.000 Annually IJ

HAROLD A. STANEK &

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Friday, Ftbruiry. 1 19&4 TTtvtvlll (Florid) Stir AdvocaU Pogo SA -{ their experiences at both places, frankfurters cokes and birthday Ing was opened by the Green
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,. .A. cake. The girls\ all had a goal I Bar. The troop worked on' Advancement .

'Indian From Wisconsin time thanks to the arrangements, A game was playedto
River-South Titusville Happenings Mrs. b Jansstn! Irons( Green test their reflexes The winner
by their hostess Mrs[ \loir '
Day, Wisconsin, arrive, on patrol received some extra
points on the contest being held
last Thursday to stay fir awhile
Boy Scout News The meeting was closed by the
Johnson Award with her daughter' anti Troop 310 Boy Scouts! of Indian assistant Scoutmaster Rod
Receives 15-Year Service family Mr. and Mss( ROM
liner l'Ity( mel at the Civic Cen: Noilhcutt
Kallit, of 224V:? toqiina ,Uinue '
h'l, Tuesday evening The meet S.. I.R.C. NEWS On Page I-B
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Eric J'hn'lnn. 39j: W Coquin -- '' -
re Sam JanoverINSURANCE
Bowling Birthday f Party
Avenue, iinintlv I icietd I hi.
15: year seivite ,ward I 11'0,1) the A birthday; party was held'' ..1 r9

., R C.A. Service Comp,Inv. l toi" -I') River t.anes tlmlinu! last t si.""I i
whim he works Tin i''i I
pit .w day. for Diana uxlvtiu \11 i II ANY TIME
tat ion was made to him b> (G'u. I ...
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ing was Mrs lames' 1bu: i t I" ANYONE
Clark, RCA Project Manager
hostess. and the (>lltun ,: I + ANY PLACE
all from Indian I liter\ tit( I pan ,j ANYTHING
Eric lives with his wilt Vlict God* In. ('miv Stuart ,, s, IlIi' i o 'd<
:and three sons Ar.llur i Ronald 210 So Washington AT*.
4 win, Sue Graham, Inm.111, hell I
and Karl m this ut\ and h TltusvllUPhon
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Janice LynnPam !tloith I 1)1.,1' a
th, ,'been here for the past 5''. vcar-: Moore Pal Jon anll.I ,J..I\I\\i 287-7319
'.' He joined RCA Scrv 1 Company I'm At N"llr As Your "hone"All
brose They inj>ui! L.I 1'11 Did
in December 1 Itr-t8: in tot :
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Camdcn, N. J. TV BI I mi, U
instillation: and i hCI \ ici wll"i
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lion technician In I 1951\ : 1 hitruiiifcmd

to Quality i l"m .1 I

Brown Mills !N' J iI"" ,t '
tamed tic. title of QI ..Ii'' xngincer : h v .
lIe tlin I tin,d '" ,h<
Missile Test Fiojcit 111 I J"" 'a

l'JS8 where he was Leant i I rot of our customers know
3 years. I He tianst:red tMis '1 till<
:ram Tr ickint!! Station i 11: &
Valkana in November 1J01! a. G, D, Clark (left) and Eric Johnsonin one important pointIAA1LZi-

engineer the living room was blazing; notch'i their sift were '

Coquina PTA News but it was quickly cxtinquNud elated by !Mottle Lou'

A Cub Scout group 310, under without any damage cither t,> the 4 ,t $
To LAk.ludtast \
thE lcadcr. heater to the home It
: .hip of Cub Master or appears Welnrsday. and Th:ir
Rick B;'licit, opined the Co. that in order to light a healer of Mrs !Murk) Graham of

quina PTA. meeting Monday tins type, the flow of oil has to Avenue, drove Mrs. Ethel
night, with a lUg ceremony. take place before the heater can and Mrs\ Fox to Lakeland
This group cormstej I of 2 boys business trip and to visit
be 1 ehted; This is usually clone grad'i
from;each: deB and were assist. Among: their stops on this urguardso
td by Mr Robinson by opening! the valve or petcock was a visit with Mrs. Mary

LJpwtiuns for the eveningwere It seems that too much oil accumulated bot, formerly of Titusville, works with dealers' on the ixhibition

concluded by Rev Robert inside the bottom of who now is residing in the I in and demonstration of

Waddell, 'pastor. of the Indian the heater and when lit, it began: b>tcrian Home for the I merchandise and makes monthly

Rivcf"Clty Methodist Church. to blaze furiously. Lakeland. Na. i checks of all appliances loaned v

Two acts from the school tal, by her to educutumal CAR LOANS
Home Demonstration ; I.D, : out company '
rnt show, scheduled for next
Surprlst Baby Stow.r ) institutions, and she
week, were presented. Kathy We introduce to our ( ;
Haygooc1 Stage III student, Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Kay Buurguardez of works with the Brownie and Gill FHA HOME

played a piano solo and Vicki Mrs D O Kieffer, Pine Lane, Economist for the Florida Scout Troops etc. She has work IMPROVEMENT LOANS

Johnson and Jackie Sutlon, Stage a surprise baby shower was aria Light Company in cd puiticularly well with the

II Students, sang a duet in hobo staged honoring Mrs. Mattie Lou Brevard County, and an in d Indian Fiver: City Home Demonstratiim INSTALLMENT LOANS
adviser and demonstrator
costume. This show is under the
Davis of Keats Avenue. This Club end has r ndtr'!
direction at Mrs Virginia Bur. Home Demonstration
gess. baby shower) was organized by Dievard County. At a 1; cJ valuable assistance to this
:Mrs Kieffer, Wolfe : dub
Barbara meeting she gave: a talk by demonstration.
James showed
Spencer samp ,
June Jones and() Nadine Mount. electrical appliance I i 1 --
YOU CAN BORROW" .
lea of the blinds selected for the "BANK WHERE
school end! the organization: voted Guests were Belva Swcrtfagcr, hnmp, illustrating to her To Plant' City i I '. bCi.tii2e..s

to first do the windows in the! Rita Stntni, Jane Rose, Myrtle me many new appliances l After dinner Wednesday, Mrs. Bat1 -
telling them that in 1930
administration building and the Finch Mary McAllister Lillian Murk I Graham drove to Plant :
classrooms with a western exposure Viler: June Taxis, Cora Conrad, were\ about IS: electrical she "jCity I to visit Mrs, Berta Richey TXT''V'S-VXx..L.B PLO X 'JD.A."n. .
1'h should grea.ly benc Agnes:; DtGcrall. Mary[ Moore, is used in homes, while ic and(I Mrs. Ann Chriotinbcrryfriends .. .

fit ti.c second shlit school cluld and Betty Christian cImmonplace electrical .t of hen from Home Demcnstratlon f",4', .... ".f.."'.. f. III' YIS to yeu' I... ,.........
r 8 number 162 ; fur ,, Camps and Short
den. Thij rnycl needed uiipmcnt Value Lou knew nothing about
should be installed by the tins shower, but was invited to Kay was born in Course. The three ladies enjoyed
end of the week. the Kieffer home and was re Sumter County, She is !a She slotting together reminiscing on e
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Plans for the "Kids Day Cir, quested to come there at 8 p.mIn ;

cus' were presented to the the meantime the organizers: .
group This event, featuring a and guests arrived and awaited r '5 -
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Toe number ides,carvush is of scheduled circus, acts a for forthcoming and March kiddiei 30. the stack piled arrival up of by assorted all of the the gifts ladies honoree.had attend.been A MORE ROOMS ARE PAINTED WITH Biggest Stock! Lowest Prices!

ing, to be given: to the expectant
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project, was also brought before '
mother. Promptly at 8 she arrived .
the meeting and had the most pleasant SUPER KEM -TONE

surprise of her life to( find !all her
This next: "Saturday Afternoon (fi ,ends assembled and a host of II
at the Movies," sponsored by fine gifts awaiting for her THAN ANY OTHER WALL PAINT BEHR'S NEW Shoe Center-

the P.T.wllI Kaiure Kid The hostess served refreshments ,
Skolton Public Pigeon No. 1 to all present and alt

plus A cartoon. This show, a dc had a good: time all of them very 8*
lifchtful comedy in full color, pleased at the success of their vJ
will b
at tlin Coquina CafclOi lum. made them feel good to see howIII Ln' IA I

David Guner, State!; III social
studies; teacher. gave a most m
Discount Prices On i
cresting talk on Ue-irocraey He et tI. Brings \
stressed the religious! {freedom,,

religion democracy fron Allows time us of tracing Christ. Brevardl '
All Footwear To North
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and tage:I stated and most it is our cherished greatest: hcrl'l 11 tsleta I ..

democracy. lie closed with the

entile of America.group( singing one verse I. r 7iMpC Save During Our Big i


Mr. Vi:gmia Bar css' room LADIES HEELS

wen the room count and banner G2 OPENING I SALE E

fut the next month Values To 15.95
At next rmnth meeting II KemI1.
nominating committee is to b" PRICES
And Every Day Thereafter!
elected. Tickets should also be START 5
available' for the circus
Toile AT A LOW ,
l Idck'us I 'rcshments. of CHILDRENS SHOES CANVAS SHOES BOOTS -

coffee and tea cookies were tcred < LOAFERS SANDALS MORE OF EVERY TYPE

\' with 9 Valentine Day 1 AND KIND OF FOOTWEAR THAN ANY OTHER ATTENTION ALL
10 PIECE SOFA BED
motif following! the meeting STOREI
Group Vaur-5169.95 MEN'

Fire Call I _
Wednesday afternoon, a fire :
call sent two of the fire trucks WEATHER BIRD QUALITY DRESS SHOES
1 It's the easiest way to lovelier rooms. One
this
from Fire Station N() 3 in
of Mr. and 1 coat covers and one gallon does the wallsof
city to the residence SHOES Mrs. Charles Edgar, 8JO rorrest an average room. Guaranteed washable.
Avenue, in the Whispering takes I OF UP 40 %

subdivision. On arrival, a heater I We have all the NEW colors TO A BIG
AT $
Come In and see them 3.88

Finest 10 PC. BEDROOM ONLY .
ri, Group Valut! U9.9S
FoldmjW BOYS' MEN'S -WOMEN

Chair ; ; atPaintBALDWIN Select l (from Known Brands Strider Lazy Made 'In U. S. A.

Value Bones Pro-Tek-1'Iv Jumping Jacks and CANVAS SHOES Up To J.M $$2.

tf.1 SHOPPING OthersWOMENS .
Outlet Inc.
CENTER TITUSVILLE I
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Reg.$S.9S ASKDOUBLE FOR FLATS HIGHEST

.a. 21 PC. DINETTE i
Croup Vila 54.9 T-V STAMPSFRIDAY
QUALITYANYWHERE
;390.a To31000 88
spec''.' SATURDAY $2

ALL DISCONTINUED COLORS ALL SIZES UP !
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M r.e441.Y.WT I MATHER '
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georbe stuIv HALF PRICE! I- nwU

.,w,..al.d.a..sa tN s.Srest. a 3435o. I OF 524 NEW Canal SMYRNA St.Phon FREE DELIVERY I Lot U. Rcommnd Remember BEHR'S Slogan. "We Can Fit Any Human" sr s
.,a.'w' M.IMw" AM a 4araI77 A Good PainUrl.
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For Rent Help WantedMALE Mobile Homes Mobile Homes Plumbing Supply
CLASSIFIED I GLAMOR GIRLS -
HELP WANTED TRAILERS f-OR SALE
INFORMATIONDEADLINE ARTICLES FOR RENT TRAILERS FOR RENT SEPTIC TANKSof

-F? R-RENT- V. ROUTE SALESMAN\ apply after BUDDY, ALL aluminum, 30 x 8, 1 .
I p.m. Day B.for. 3 p.m., Foremost Dairies.ELECTROLUX bedroom bath, sleeps four, clean, LIKE NEW 10 X: 48, private lot, pre cast concrete, steel-rein-
i'ubllcitlca For We4 Fri. I Floor Sanders Polishers bargain at $1.000 2672272. couple only, $100 monthly includes forced state-approved sizes 549(
11 A.M. fiat. For Moo. Publication Phone AVI 7-3255 I trailer space. :Mims. Call gals, 630 gals., 735 gals, and 1000
'/ Sales and Service offers excellent 267-1652 or 267-3-185. gals. Grease traps Installed, tanks
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET / MOONLANDMobile and cleaned, drain fields
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WANT AD RATES earnings opportunty. Call Bob ------ --- pumped
I cent per word West, Your Local Electrolux TRAILER LOTS. FOR RENT relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittmaa
Minimum Cbarft 800 Baldwin Shopping Center Representalve at 267-5157: for in I Home Sales Septic Tanks, Inc. Phone AM 7-
formation. TRAILER SPACES 1421. P. O. Box 2016, Ti'tusvllle,
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
ALL cLAaaiFirn ..AD1 i Titusville Florida.
FAYABLK IN ADVANCE FURNISHED one 2 bedroom air I : WANTED PAPERBOYS fop profitable I j Large lots. Reasonable rent. "

Except Established Account conditioned apartment Adults, morning routes. Routes j TJ.S.. North of Overpass Good transportation to CapeFRIENOLY Plumbing & Electrical Supplies
available in 12 SHORES
$110 monthly. One 1 bedroom most areas. Ages&: V
( and over. Phone 267-6151. U.S. No. 1, City Limits, Edgewater.
laailflel Dliplay Rat Availableon
adults. All utilities
furnished ( 4PLQYc.E VTION SCHULTZ 35 X 8; yellow trailer, 2
8tar-A nivlleia of revlilnc or rejecting J City, Osceola Trailer(I Park $ to handle public relationsfor p.m., D Street, Titusville Trailer
any advertisement which It deem ----------- fast In Court. Supplies Inc.
bjectlonabls and to change the 2 ROOM apartment, 602 Tropic. growing community Nu-Way Trailer Service
.lawlflcstion of any advertli.ment Cape Kennedy-Orlando-Dajtona 30 FT. aluminum Spartanette. Inspection CompletePlumbing
from that ordered to conform to UNFURNISHED. 1bdfoomt; ; ; --V Beach area. Photography( help- "Your 1 Stop Supply House" and niectrloal Supplies
Ilia policy of this paper. bath'' and' kitchen. All modern. ful. Opportunity for young man and make offer to J. T.
The Star-Advocate will not be V We have it or will get it Water Syntem Sprinkler Hyuteiru
305 Julia, Inquire Florida to grow with progressive, long Lally, Campsall's Trailer Park,
nmponnlble for more than one In- For Make Model Pumps ripe Valves Fittings
established Florida Any or
Theatre. concern. 925 Orlando Road.
irrect Inierllon nor will It be '
llatli for error la advartiie- 'I Send complete resume and salary Copper Tubing Plastic Pipe
any
1201 N. New Beach
Dixie Smyrna
I
"m....t. to a greater extent than APARTMENTS AND trailers. requirements to Box P, Star Light Fixture., Wires Etc
lh. coit of the apace occupied by Weekly monthly rates Adults Advocate. All replies Tel. 428.5002Position 1232 Canal-New Smjrna Beach
the Item In the edvertleement.llqiulneua TINY TRAILER TOWNOpen
only. 504 Garden.FLORIDIAN : tial. COnfiden'l 7 THE WantedBASS I Phone 428-2705

Office K Main Street APARTMENTS, close 2 NATIONAL CORP RATi D-D Dny. ma OUST I Sun.-Nites.Holidays 423.9923 I
Dial AM 7-01.11.) fringe benefits needs
in, efficiencies, weekly, monthly a Little
Office, Itoura ':00 to 5-30 % truck driver familiar with welding L4h: GUITAR player desires :
rates, air conditioned, 417 Julia V Operation
Street. z- supplies. Will train. Excellent I I /Vi1: ** Ia. In tbe su" I work 3 or 4 nights a week. Experienced ,
a.n'4
,lM1904. .M$ on Real Estate
Animals ciarMwN 5y"dW I future, write P. O. Box 1045, new equipment. Call'
HOUSES FOR RENT of( Titusville. New" I'Md I 267-7135 after p.m.
"Do you have a niatclirFor I Mobil Hornet Travel Trailer ACREAGE OR finished lots, city
POODLE CLIPPING and groom UNFURNISHED, 3 bedroom) town SALESMAN TITUSVILLE-Mims 100 Space Mobile Home Park water, and sewerage. Baker
In(. Call 267-3102 for appoint Insurance debit. Must have
house, tile bath central heat and --- I area Rental Rental-Buy Unit 267-S530.
ment. I car sober and reliable. Call\ Melbourne OLD LADY of 58, excellent
air, near Pirtle Plaza. $135 Sale For Rent or Safe Guaranteed Used Can
Friday collect. 723-2661 BUSINNESS AND living quarters
Will
monthly. 2671928.UNFURNISIIED trade anything
Boats For Sale 01' 7238532. 560 ft. highway, suitable for auto
-- Jim
GRAPEFRUIT SEEDLESS pink, Holland Owner typist, pretty fair bookkeeper( ,
business
Include
repair ,
3 bedroom, 1 $1 bushel. 12 Grannis. NICE FURNISHED z. bedroom DRUG CLERK, tackle and camera U.S. No.1132() N. Dixie Hwy. many
15': 8" FIBERGLASS overwood bath, South Lake Village, $110 per tools, also nursery lumber,
-- ---- -- home. Reasonable.
mahogany deck 35 month. Call 287-1362. ADMIRAL ELECTRIC stove 40"x Quay Broyles man for full time employment. New Smyrna Beach likes meeting people, desires plumbing or grocery. Deep well.
Scottsmoor, Florida. 11 mile. PHONE:' Q A 8-8452
and 1lreteG Excellent starting salary, 2 boats( tractor other
tip Johnson t ---- --- 2il". Portable air cooler with op. many
north of Titusville.
condition. $395. 267-7362. I-BEDROOM, 1 bath, carport ar-- stand. 267-2004. portunity for rapid advance. part-time or full-time position. Items. Priced $22,500, 29"r cash.
---- conditioned close to( Pirtle - 3 BEDROOM house, separate din. 'ment. Many\ company benefits. TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE Perkis Realty. 2673940.
Plaza. 2875923.FURNISHED 1 DESK formica top, 26"x43", ing room, family room and patio Apply I Eckerds Drugs, Pirtle -- -
Building & Const. 2 bedroom-Bellwoodon $25. Twin bed, spring and mattress Vs: acre lot. 1830 S. Smith Drive. Plaza, Titusville TRAILER LOT AND Cabana, Enjoys working and also needs ACREAGE FOR SALE
,
fenced yard. 267-7481.
$35. 267-4650.
Phone 2676921. m7chanics
NIDY CONSTRUCTION resident- U.S. 1. Rear of Ranch Motel -- ------- WANTED EXPERIENCED the AMherst 7-1674. 10 ACRES, Indian River City, $550
lab, commercial and remodellni and Restaurant. 267-2259. DESKS, HEAVY steel executiveand preferable Ford, Me- LOT 100 x 200. north of Mints\ money per acre, 29'; down. Call Wess-
12 years In Titusville. Licensed secretarial, $45.: 230 Beverly. Sale Trade Cotter Motors. 267-2112. $1500 cash. Call Wessner Realty, ner Realty, 2677125Continued .
RC, 2 bedroom, like new, no small or -
-- --- 267-7125.:!
and bonded. Phone AM 7-2329. -- --- -- -- --
children SALESMAN EXPERIENCED for;;
or pets. 2676149. 6-8 NECCIII SEWING machine, zigzag
p.m. model. Original price, $375.Sell kitchen cabinets salary car allowance TRAILERS FOR RENT ENVELOPES Business Sizes I on Not Pg
I Child Care for $100)( 267-4633. : I960( DODGE Phoenix A-l condition commission and bonus. Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp
IRC 2 bedroom large utility - ---I 1 owner, tan: be financed Married and settled in Brevard. 3 BEDROOM trailer, $125 per
\ WILL CARE for children In own room, screened porch, stove, refrigerator GE MAYTAG washers Norge book price Call 267-5476. No other need apply. Call for month. Phone 267-7094. for mailing. Full stoCK at Star- INVESTORSINVESTIGATE
home, by day or week. 287-0310. Mrs. Connell, 237-7021 dryer, Guaranteed. Can be seen appointment, AL 4.4216 or 783- Advocate.
-- --------- 267-1383 at 719 Magnolia. White's Refrig- 8759.
CHILD CARE by Dour, day or eratlon and Appliance, 2675138. Found -----
week, !ndian River ROOMS FOR RENT WANTED 2 experienced Chevrolet GIVE US YOUR
Height --- --- 30 acres for development
AM 7-5768. NIVIROD CAMPER trailer, bar. l mechanics. Apply Service BUILDERSWANTED LISTINGSWE prime
--- --- --- BACHELOR TO share completely gain, 204 Olmstead Dr., IRC FOUND BIRDDOG Identify and Manager, Gus Faulk Chevrolet.Instructions \ win friends getting or trailer park. Very
furnished house( with another i pay fbr this ad. 26T.0886 after realistically priced at only
t- I results.
ORGAri.t ;
) bachelor. 2S7-0748. LOWERY condition 8 p.m\\ $1,500 per acre with terms.
---- -- suitable for home, church" FREE APPRAISALS
,IT STANDS SINGLE BEDROOM: private entrance or chapel $695 6360289 NEW AUDIO VISUAL ground "FOREST HILLS 8Vfc acres with frontage on

V Iron refrigerator 287-6833.near shop. Ufi'--: Catamaran, -$75.: 10 ft'. Help Wanted school' class: for private andcommercial ESTATES"ONLY CAMPBELL I Magnolia Ave., priced at
ping center. aluminum John-boat, $50. Air pilots. Will be startIng $300.00 front foot with
conditioner Phone 267.9962. WANTED PART mid February at Titusville' 4 LOTS LEFT AT ASSOCIATES INC. per
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies $50. time help, Ken I
___ ____ ___ plenty of depth.
on Cocoa airport. For further In.
INTEGRITYThis for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- tucky Fried Chicken. Hours, $3000 Per Lot! REALTORS
ONE OF the finer things of life- 11:30-5: p.m. No phone calls. formation call 636.8740 or 267- I
3400.' 10 acres on Route 46, 4 miles
Lustre and CHAS. JANNARONE 210 S. Washington Ave. .
Blue carpet upholstery 4240. After 6:30 p.m. Call AL
NEWLY FURNISHED, air conditioning cleaner. Rent electric sham. FEMALE HELP WANTED 4.7783. Instrument ground school Titusville Shopping Center TITUSVILLE I west of Mims, $950.00per
TV, Maid service. $25 pooer $1. O'Flanagan Furniture, class also in planning stage. AM 7- 441 267-7325 Any TimeWATCH acre.
weekly. 2327 S. Washington or) 307 So. Wash. GIRL,WANTED for motel work", ,I t
call 267-2407. -- apply.in* ;enon. Clinton MoteL Lost V V 5- .. __.acres in._town! sanitary
8 STUDIO UPRIGHT Piano reconditioned 1302 S. Wash.EXPERIENCED. sewer and water available.
LOW rates, dean rooms for( work terms. One repossessed -.- --
Ideal for
men. 103. Call 267-6185 or 267- Spinet piano. Factory guaranty SALES clerk, WEDNESDAY BETWEEN Parkway site garden type
3992. assume small monthly payments Apply Frederick's, 211 Hopkins. School and Garden St., pair o THIS SPACE apartments. Total price,
Baby grand, completely of brown framed glasses. Phone FOR REALTY VALUES! $$50,000.,
WAREHOUSE FOR RENT reconditioned $295 EARN $3-5 an hour, part time 267-))579.
KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC work. Call 2673918 or 267-4278 -- --- ---- If have sometimes( wondered 3 plus acres in prime loca-
STORAGE SPACE in metal build- 2126 W. 2676385 before 5 KEY CHAIN, 5 keys Big Apple you
Tropic m.
p. e tion with and water
Whether ought to buy (or sell) a sewer
you
Is Ing on Nevins Court( rear of Plaza. Reward. 267 5177,
the official seal of the I --- -- -- ----
National Association of Real Star-Advocate) building. Available THIS IS NOT A GIMMICK, Re. PART TIME TYPIST, Approximately ----- ---- house available on paved street
Estate Boards. Only members Feb. 15th.: See H. II. Hudson possessed 63 Model Swing: Needle 2 days per week. Apply 1548 Mobile Homes e How worth to determine what your home( is and priced at $22,000.Let .
at Star-Advocate. N. U. S. No. 1.
Dial-O-!Matic Zig Zag, Does Dec.
of the Association may displaythis e Whether to use a Real Estate office us show you these desirable -
orative Makes Button. TRAILERS
Sewing, FOR SALE
WANTED CLERK-STENO, must a When is the best tine to buy or sell
seal. And only those who today.
properties
holes, Sews On Buttons1, Monograms
have knowledge of typing and LIVE IN COMFORTSee . then you will be interested in a new
display this seal may call them- FURNITURE out Attachments., Embroiders Assume Etc. With Remaining shorthand. Must be able to meet the new Skyline! Private din series of ads to appear in this space )
reives Realtors. ing 2 bedroom deluxe each week.
:5 I Payments Of $8.00. public, excellent working conditions. room ,
George M. Barley, Jr., Ph. Credit Mgr., AM 75530. Apply City Hall, :525 Palm equipment, 55 x 10. We will endeavor to answer these ques.
Inc. 3 rooms of fine furniture- --- --- Ave. MARTINS MOBILE HOMES tions, and many others, for you.
LEAVING AREA, furniture and Authorized Skyline Dealer If you care to comment on them we will
Bryan.Conway & 8 piece bedroom suit 7 household Items at sacrifice. 'REFINED WOMAN (white), aged 1224 N. ,U. S. 1, N. of Overpass, V welcome your thoughts:: just i as we

Wmstead, Inc. piece living room group and Phone 2672455. 30.50 to manage and mind home, Titusville,_2673081 will welcome YOU, at any time we may
.
I --- --- must be free to live In. Refer -- be privileged to serve.
3 piece dinette All for FURNITURE well .
S Campbell Associates, ences, steady paying position Mobile Home
Inc. Only BRAND NEW overstocked. Must for right person, write M.\ Owners Campbell Associates, Inc. ,, REALTORS. ::
sell 7 piece living room suites. C., P. O. Box 342, Titusville. LIVE RENT .. ', .
Realtors
J. W. Childre RealtorDanenburg's
$119.77. 3 complete rooms $248.50,
$$13.85 BEAUTICIAN WANTED,
part 210 S. Washington,;: 26773251hiW1OQ9QQQOjidflQhiWOQQOOQtliQliQQ9J
Call 412 Main St. Titusville Fla.
Beach no money down easy terms. time, Raymond's Beauty Lounge ,
Realty Pit Mo. 2675735. Open Sunday, 10-8 Indian River Plaza. FREEInvest Phone 267-5000

DECORFURNITURE FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine
Edwards
Realty ---- -
furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite. $20 down payment and
S Ed Kittles Agency 7 piece dinette. all only $13.85per
month. Decor Furniture, 206 pay only $20 monthly and you

L. B,. Newman, Realtor Indian River City N. City.Magnolia\ Phone Avenue 267-7613., Indian River This StandsFor will extra buy large and full possess acre trailer your own lot. 'I 1 "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service'Bu

Sydney Schwartz Phone 287-7613 Become your own landlord.
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: 200 N. :Magnolia Are I BREVARD COUNTY MAPS Quality Don't tear up rent receipts each
-M.: N. Weir & Son, Inc. These maps Include intricate details .- month. More than 150 happy &
families now reside in our Beau- VUizdleQd
of shore lines lakes, rivers, tiful Trailer Community. Only a .COIIA.1J

rural homes, marshy lands, air- few lots left Visit us and see n

HOWARD JOHNSON'S beacons, section( and township for yourself the finest Mobile *; rv "J
lines etc. Area covered by each Home Park in all Florida. le"

RESTAURANT municipality Is shown also rail CHRISTMAS PARK

roads canals, and government Route 50 Christmas, Florida

Has Hostess Opportunities' reservations along with inset I Phone Orlando 27S-172T Washington AM7-2011 --.n--o..
maps for greater detail. Set (t uf wp4. Direction 12 miles west of
2 college or high school graduates will be considered. NiTED%
year the two sections) mailed any- U.S. No. 1 & Titusville
25-40. At least on Highway 50. If you are considering a home in the .
Ages Transportation necessary. 5 years experience reservations, along with Inset I 1

In dining room management Salary discussed on Interview where for 110. Order from This is the official Seal of ,_ _ North Brevard a'rea. call one of our

the National Association of trained experienced sales staff to conduct -
Star-Advocate.
subject to qualification. Apply In person 9 .11 am. -, 'c

or 24 p.m. at 1817 Washington A\e. Home Builders. Only members I a tour for your family over the .
For Sale or Rent I of the National Asso- LOOKING FOR A I entire area. We have new and older

BEDROOM, living room, playroom ciation and local associations LARGE HOME? I homes in nearly every section with
patio, 2 bath. central heat are allowed to display ,
and fit almost bud.V
terms to
1' price any
SEE OAKVioODTODAY and alrconditioning. IVi acre this seal: Investigate the potential of I
267-1768
-land.-- Alexander Construction this desirable 4 bedroom 3 get.

bath home with closed gar- I 2. AT LAST! The home so many re-

MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing Company age. Log burning fireplacein -V quested. Three bedrooms, two baths,
R. C. Win.tead Ir.
J. Paul
air conditi- Conway
Broyhill Development living room,
President dining area and breakfast nook. Large VicePresidentc
oned and heated, with

: I k.: .$' Childre Homes Inc. many, many extras. Priceis -_.' _ modem kitchen with built in range

\\I t Cowart & Carter Inc. only $25,500 and there is and oven, dishwasher and disposal. I

I Cozart Const. an existing mortgage of ; Double garage and screen porch. Air
LARGE 75' at 110 LARGE POOL Company 23200. Only $2,300 in cash conditioned and central heat. Situated

I LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES JESS W. CHILDRE Fisher Construction Co. needed to move right in. Paved
i on lot 165 x 265 (one acre plus).

: WATER Etc.MONTHLY RKALTOn I BOIUDIR Futch Construction Co. Call today for appointment street and trees galore. 8 minutes from

LNTRAL John Beach to see. Titusville. Choose your colors, fix-

Louis & Brown, Inc. tures, etc. $14,500.00 with good terms.

E $95 DOWN $30 Penziner Northwood Bros.Builders Inc. Shown by appointment only.

V
3. Listings wanted on any nice proper- ..
.rt Roeder
Robert Evans I: Epp' Blvlnf
TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north onU.S. R.sldea&lal 5.5.. 101,.... ties. Salesman

1 to Mims. Continue north on) U.S. 1 for Ronald Moretto
one more Trailer and
mile to our entrance on right. For :free information SpaceLot Tiffany Builders, Inc. 1? & ?WiIlJlead/ .9I1C.

call 2G7-5 86. 68 x 100, zoned for trailer Justice Homes, Inc. yan-Cofllva'} .
8' wide 40' trailer
by deep
James Trimble
;; DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! well. Only $4,500 cash. William Everman '412 Main St. Titusville, fl*. REALTORS -- INSLTRORS
Dial All 7-2011 Car, Night or Holidays
Call J. W. Childre Phone 267-5000
i, .. AGENTS ON PROPERTY TIL DARK Realty Wingate Homes
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I ; Star-Advocate Classified 'r TO Ik*.t.t::>OP uF HIO.T
MARTHA ClAFWIEL, NEW AMarkKDAM: "" : CASUALTY
Plaintiff ('UM PAN V. a :New fork corporation. .
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CHARLES W, OAimiEI.. Plaintiff,
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Continued From TO.: CHARLES W OAIIKIKL.ho IFR\VOOr! ) COLBURN, tf Cctmmiaelonrr >'
Prtct.
ding PI.e Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Services Services ... l loot known mlditnc U.lioul : of Inauraace for the
'WV Mull nf Michigan and ae Receiver
Real \ >m Cossack) New York of Mlublgan Surety Company, a
Estate HOUSES FOR SALE HOUSES FOR !AllROUTE HOUSES FOR SALE ROOFI.'G, PAINTING, additions NOTICK: asS HKKHUY: lIVEN Mlahlgan) corporatlun,

and general repairs. All work PAINTING hat a Complaint for Ulvori haa CHA1U.KS l>, III' INOF.R, Individually -

ACREAGE FOR SALE TITUSVILLE, 672 Poinsettia Ave.,: 46. Enjoy country living MOUNT DORA bedroom, 3!," guaranteed free estimates, licensed DECORATINGand sill bran In tile the,) aa-alnd abov-ayl you' by Court the Plain-ant Motor and Company.M CoP and amour' EHZABfcfHH of Hprlngjer

Forest Hills custom built 3 bedrooms in this lovely 2 bedroom home baths, Florida room 2 fireplaces and bonded. 2673411. you ar. her.by required 10 ..rv. a DPRlNUbK!: hit wife( ,

5 ACRES, located !Mims\ 2 baths, family room' with carpeted living and dining central heating doublgarage ropy ot y our...wee sad plra>lln. OEOIHih anti; K MPHI.NUEK. Individually
area, CD-Partner of
fireplace formal room large Florida room, fur 2 acres. 900 ft. riparian PAINTING: expert reliable and unn\ the I'lalntirc aitnrnoyi, no SpringerMolur
$1500 per acre 29<<> down, balance ; living dining nished kitchen PAPERHANGINGC. KEM.KV: KTHDl'D MAHION:/, Lonipany.: and MAKY ,P.
utility room,
rents on Lake Canton, $27,500 satisfying work. Estimates gladly Mt'HlNOKK.:/ hie wife _
5 Call Wessner area fireplace, new carpeting I I' O Box 1001> Eats Qalllt. 'orl years Real drapes, built.in kitchen, dish.' work shop and a large 150 x 200 low down payment I'ark Axe: AM 7-0776. H Frizzell and flit tho orltlnal anawar or RALI'll II 8PRI.NOK.R.! JR. Individually
267-7125 .__
ty, beautifully landscaped lot facing plraillnc, In Usa .164... and .. Co-Partner 'ofOprinirr
nile Realty 103 E Park AveEdgcwater .. Johnson of th Tlcrk
washer, disposal desk and eating 1120 St 267-3747 : Motor
Route 46. The back yard Is ; .-Ja. INCOME:' TAX RETURNSby ut the llr.ult Court '1'51uO5)la) nn- Company, and
HOUSES FOR SALE area, utility room double fenced. Priced at 13500.00 with lila on or before the 24 day of February. JANE lAKE hI'RI0tlE5504; wHat I
garage. central air, heat, lawn : -t; ;-ncr. 267. telephone or appointment.I I-W4.( If you fall to do to, a HOLLYWOOD DVt LINES. JNC-
$2600 down. Shown by appoint. 4-ROOM HOUSE by Licensed, trained, experienced.: INCOME TAX returns prepared Dvtrr. Pro Confcato will b* takenaalnt lurlda cetporailoo.ISEMPoSEY .
BRENTWOOD ESTATES pump 267-7667. ment. Geo. M Barley Jr., Inc., 2470. R. W. Copeland. 2670274. J'honc 267-3183, S3,00 and up. you for the relieS demandfil, ; TMANSPORTATION.
I I.NC. a Florida' ( ,
corporation
In the
Wash. --- ---------- -- Complaint.
342 So. Ave. Phone 267-
4 well plannea models are now 3 BEDROO I. 2 bath house in ex-1 3622.I FOREST lULLS 1-3 bedroom, 1-4 I RINGER 5EWING--M'acluns Co., Thla nolle shill he publlih-cl, TIIK K1IPY ColiruKAl'lON', ,aFlorida

open Brentwood Estates is minutes range dishwasher aircondition-: bedroom, Florida rooms, air 1 INCOME TAX bookkeeping ales and service. linking! hears one...k.a week for four (4k oonaccuilv corporation rvfondaala.
I w In the Tllunvlll
from downtown Titusvllle cellent i condition, built in oven, I BEDROOM.!: 2 bath, new low I conditioning 2676789. service, deand B67-3318 etc. sharpened Phone AM 7- C.,.. Tllu.vlll... nuns Miar-Ailvo-: To: fllItt! 1\000 COtntHN,

West on Garden Street. FILL _ed. low down payment. 267'0207BEM'TIFt'L ) ) down payment. Nicest section inTitusvalle. -- -- --- --- -- Office 2673751. II. Uurgess Si I JQ44.FREE. VON and ORDKKltD: In Chambrra a* CnmmlaHlonvr, of I n."rance

VA 234 bedroom homes, from Forest Hills. 267-3564 TITUSVILLE, $500 down for $2500: Associates. In Tlluivlll. riorlda thi. Zl: .for. I he rltate of Michigan and
: HOME: in Daytona lay of $ llecelver of Ml,'blgan KurrtyCumpany
IM4
equity 3 bedrooms 2 baths unhisry
$85 monthly, includes ( LI' bottled .
installation .,
ever-- Beach. II gas: (" 'UThl K IIAKNEff a elK-higna" Corpvrlllun.
Living room dining GARDENDALE. 3 bedroom 2 large lot. 2673529.
.
thing. 267-7142 or NE 6-8383. MHhlg: n Theiter: liulldIng -
209 N. U. S. No, 1 1. TitusvlllL- Clerk of the Circuit Court '
---- -- -- --- .
--- -- -- --- room two beorooms, 3 cedar- bath central heat and air. $&50 Lanplng.( Ml.hlgan.YOU
WESTWOOD VILLAS, 3 bedroom I Suburban Propane Gas Service sly Horn MallDrpuly AltK IIKKBIiY NOTIFIRD/
CUSTOM: BUILT lined
home 1800 ft. closets tile bath, kitchen( down IonS
sq. 267-6477.
$113.75
monthly.
Florida I. 1 bath, screened porch. Call 2(>7-6 oIll.I > (Court' SMllKKI.I.KY that a complaint to foroo.lo.e a
living area, large living room room, two-car garage. : ) morlgnfn agalnel the followingtlriurlbed
with fireplace large kitchen Large rooms furnshed or unfurnished 2675522. NIDY CONSTRUCTION CO. Concrete : THOt'n) M A RIO=" : :, property In HrevarU\
quau1h Aiinrnryi for I'lalnlHf. Florida, tn-wlt
Owner 1212 Volusia County
separate dining room family INCOME PROPERTY I work, masonry, roofing! I1. O. lion 1(101.niitu ( Commence al (he N.W. corner of
room 3 large bedrooms 2 baths, Ave., Daytona Beach, Fla. carpentry. and rcmo'leling : lalllit. KlorliU ....... It which It the N.W. turner.
-- FRESHAND RESTAURANT AND bar tta H, Jl, Feb. 7. 14 FrI of Government Lot T
2 car garage, plus 300 sq. ft. efficiency TITUSVILLE Edgewator. Phone AM 7-2320.( ( ) 1904.i 1. 119 K.
3 bedroom 1V4 ,
GA 82751.: & H 3D E. lirevanl County: Florida -
apartment. Ey appointment I and, run S f lift' 55 K along the>
bath modern kitchen selective \ Till
: < INn
ir { UI Mr sss' TIIK':
267-0910) neighborhood $750 down, take FREE FURNISHED:' home with Chevrolet Used Cars & Trucks MNIII .11. 'mint. iiiiiiir IN CUI41 weal linn fort of 8ec/ 14 a dhtanie of
-- ---- to the point of beginning
I 3 BEDROOM I. Hi baths, $250- over payments 2671874.TIME purchase modern duplex! Prompt MOHIIIIN"II Mill S MKM: \KI ('ItlNTt, thence> Cnrafirntruutill' ...

down $80 monthly Call Wessner srgin_ 15: S. Williams 1910 CADILLAC convertible now I'invs KKV: Ml feels N lt'! I'"' 83': R: parallel ....Ilbthe
-- CLEANNEW norlh line of amid iOn. H, a
tip and tires, low equity and PKTiriON: OF HKHTIIA: PHIKSKOUN : -
Realty 2677125. .LOT r-OK SALE dlelance of ImlS-IH' \ pet to a point
s v ------ I ... I 'these c r"Cal"fY,1GuarantQed. ; assume pn>'ments. 267-27:11.: I.ACKA t'oll lEo: : Tilt DK.VKKN.:: AIR: al"rUlN or on the high( dune of the At*
minor.(
----- ----- a
3 BEDROOM lantlu Claean( thrnce 8 :lalIa' in"K
home swimming pool 4 LOTS Scottsmoor.. $550 each 19SO ULACK (Ford 2 door hardlo>, VII) MKUVIN l.iiMl( DKNKKN: ..: alone: aeld high dune a dltanoe -
FHA $14,750 with $450 | ( Known K lilrncc) .
i Call Wessner ? of SIS 14 feet to a concrete
down. Call after 5 p.m 267-7657 Realty 267-7125. ; farratiij tt 3 spoucl floor shift $175: 2(17( 6340. Hlnp lI.troll,Av.'ooo MlehaaNlril ( monument aald. point being also.

-- --- -- -- 1 ACRE iotspr;: ce Hills, $2750 I HELP( 5; U.' I't: I I"'W"I Volt the north cant corner of Clovern'
Private form! .
3 BEDROOM house in Gardendale, FORD for 6n? e' full year owner to men Lot 2, Mec. 14. and dlmanceN
: cash 11 building lots located on __ sellrr>' clean :57 Buick 'I'OI'TIU"IVOU 5 .K. corner of Melbourne IthorolSeconl
furnished big yard,, will sell fur by AHB HKRKIIY NOTIFIED '
TRADE INS paved streets $2300) each. Call Addition, 1 thence N t ti'2i)
niture take Sill 64 Make offer 2(57-774)7( ) that a Petition I ,
hai boon fllrd
you over payments.Call I Wessner 63 CHEVROLET : In W along the north line of ealjMelbourne
Realty, 2677125.DON'T I Ia eahove. 267-3253 after 1
5pm $$2795 Hhurei and florornment
I "Impala" 9 passenger 1953 WILLYS Jeep S. W. $250, l'Xi2'! IMtlKMKOHN: for the adoption. of I Lot 2.:Met. 14 and, .tao tha-
BEDROOMTTFath: Station wagon Foid S. W., I.Al'ltA I.KK UKNKKN: : k minor, of 1JS0.34 vet to 3" Iron
$3.000 equity 1963 CHEVROLET 4 door slraiiihtirk ih a pip.
V8 Powerglirte, Powerstcer :by : petitioner, lilCKTHA PKIKH- on the w"1In.. nf ..i'l, Ceo,
and take 17.C90()
over payments or I Ing Radio and Heater miles $2100) 2f.7-2042. KOItN, anil you are required to 14, throes N t' 3V 60' W along
terms. Temple Height, 2nd erve a onuy of your A newer or the went line( of Hi14, die.
V-8, Showroom New PAY RENT! imo! ; R rNAULT ObJ house north of Kelly Builders ,. 63 CHEVROLET 1AUI'IIINE, bhtkwliile Petition cauae why sit l lance of 4.1475: feet lo the pointof
wall tires radio and houtor ihoulil not be granted, on
-- --- beginning. .
Corvette, $$3995 th attorney V for Futlllimor, K.: J.
,,- S P $$2195 low baa been filed agalnit you and ,yeu
a 'Stingray" . . mileage, excellent shnpi- (liKKACll.: all East: Colonial Drive, .
I "\ TRAILER Priced are required to eerva a copy of your
p0 : ( below market 2C7-2UOI( Suite Orlando Florl.ta.' anil file >newer to the complaint on Plaintiff -
,. 62 CHEVROLET I (the original( In the office of the MMATIIKH
WE WILL BUILD ., a ellorneyt A.
.r. :% t\\ S 1695 Townsend Auto Parts Clnrk nf Circuit Court on or before TIIO.VPHO.V : duFont D ,
I, 1961 T-BIRD "Bel Air" 2 Door Se. February Id, 11HM.IIKKBIN Miami, 1 i'IllIk. and to dIM
..._I OWNERS dan, 6 cylinder. Radio FAIL NOT or a Decree
TO SUIT YOU ... Newer Used Parts Pro Ccnfiteeo the original/ of your Anewer In the
will b..d
Air Conditioning again
-- : office of the Clerk of the Clriujll
I Convertible Loaded Top Prices Paid For at Y"' ". Court on or before the llth d.y.ot

On Your Lot ,""" We have beautiful full acre mo. ,,61 FORD "Galaxie" \ Wrecked & Burned Cars WITNKag.ald, Court! my In haml Tltuivlllit soil, the Hrevard aealof February, IIH14: otherwise, the corn-
plaint will b. taken .. confeaeed
$$2395 2$1595$ I by
door
r\ Sport Coupe, .
bile home lots Free Statewide Tiletypc Service County Florida, (hi. 15 day of January .
sirs 100 x 440, Fordomatic Trans. A Is.. 5:044.COER : you.COI'RT
ANewHome ( U.S. Hwy No. 1 N, 1(1 Miles ( ItAI! )
.....,. I for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH mission Power Steering, Radio Tltunville 207-1351 ( Curtl.? SEAL K Jla,,,.. C'J\T\II\ It. nARN118, Clerk

A New RoomWe : and heater - Ai Clerk of the eilil. of the Circuit Court
1962 FORD I L Move In now .- Trailer Living NICE 61 Volkswagen sedan loaded Courtlly, Circuit Deputy C.kI1ATrJfi .

will furnish plans and make mm at its best.CHRISTMAS. I with extras from origins : Sterile HallDeputy. : :: Al Hurtle: Tltuevlll.)\ Hall: Florida tGta.

Gax. 500, 4 Dr., Extra Nice I owner first $1095 takes it Clork nth day nf January 1M4.Jan. .
loan arrangements with no I 2672183. Jan 17, H 11 feb 1, trrl.) 19 4.l 10. IT, 24. 31 Feb. 7 (iP'ri.) l14/f.! /

down payment. Give us a call EIDEU.tSTOAGE'tXRHSE1 $$1995 I PARK .
.. I'' - -- -- > Tin: I'lltf'llT {' No Obligation 57 CHEVROLET Delalr, automatic :HINIII' JUOKIAI. l'IHt'llr. INNI 1
t 4-barrel carburetor, 4 door ono .\ > loft Tilt: ( Ill iTS Or' llltK-' NOTICE OF st.IT. TO JAMBS:
267-6789 11 Miles West of Indian River owner, :367-2435. \ ANSI, nr.trr.: ,Oe rl.<>nill Il \ II, DOHIIINH realdenra unknown..
I D 1f 'Ofl.W: !"H 1963 FALCON City en Rt. 50. Christmas Flor I TUB I l\ (< II tS( t H\' vi). t71Aft You are hireby notified, that a eulthai
MANHATTAN' VAVINOI "been filed agalnat you In the
J. M. CHEWNING : O ida Phone Orlando 275-1939 1957 CHEVY llelaire convertible, I BANK, a New York corp.ir.llon. Circuit Court of Hrevard County.

Construction Co. fM-tAM$1. 2 Dr. Like New 58,000 original mile. Like new I'lalntKf, Klorld. The name of the known
j. t<1..' 63 I condition. Call 267-1342. .v. natural ,defendant I. Jamet It. Dobbin
F PONTIAC Tempest R0 9 A. ORIFFIN and PATRICIA *. The natur. of the eull le fora
647 Highland Terrace .IISP VANfr4"f:( $$1495 II Scrao Iron & Metals "Lcmans" convertible .$$2595 1954 CHEVROLET 4 door Delalr ANN UUIKKI.N, hi. wife, rt al divorce, The name of the Court.
Titusville ,i.nl..
+ --- VS. Automatic transmission starter e In which .Id eult la pending le the
Transmission. Power Steering new generator NOTICK: fly Ml I ir Circuit Court Ninth Judicial Circuit(
battery, tire, tune-up STATE OF nf Urevard County
KING IRON & FLOKIDA TOt Florida In and for
1962 METALS Radio and Heater. $350. 267-5924. Dwiyne K. Ilawklni .ticl Jeanette Florida, and tbe abbreviated
FAIRLANESport U. Hawklne, hi. wife, Eons title In thu ca.. I. Ir.n. C. tohbina: ,
Buying Iron, Steel Metals A. anion anil Patricia .Ann Pinlutift y.. Jamna 51. Dtblttos D.-
'Local & Long Distance Movers 61 CHEVROLET Cp., Buc. Seats; Cocoa Florida eiytie 2"tloor ledan, S 1395 5ft Plymouth . .J.-3O Kach: and nverally 'who,. 're. You .are here T)> rt' or.th( 10 tile yo ir
... b. Court
Plus Extras! Powerglide Transmisglon. ppctlve residence (la unknown, .n. F with ( Clerk of laid
4 Miles South 55 Pontiac Wagon . $200( and all partlee claiming Inloreete. and t In .,rv. a copy thereof oa
On U.S. No. 1 heater. 54 Ford Wagon $100 'ky. through und crrr.5a the John Mlnnt of the firm of Ilh..p.....
Moving Kgjjj Packing $$1695 54 Plymouth Sedan $100 .aid Dw.yn. H. Hawklna and Jeanetlx rthepard Mlnot. 1'. U. Drawer UCoco. ,
60 FORD "Fairlane" II Ilawklni) hie wife, toil lloee ., Florida, attorney for Plaintiff -
ServicesLADIES V8. 4 door sedan, $$895 52 Buick Sedan . .$100 A. Griffin and Patricia Ann Urlffln no later than March 4, 1M4. If
Storage Shipping Fordomatic 53 Pontiac Sedan $100 hi. wife, and all partlee having or yuu fell do eo a decree: pro con-
1962 More cheap ones. rlulmlnf to h av.an y right, tllle or feeio II\O\ b entered:1 agalnal you.
STUDEBAKERLark WANT GLAMOUR ? Auto Sales Inlereit In the real pruperty with Dated .Ihla auth day of January IM4."' .
FREE ESTIMATES 26S7-3341? FREE demonstration 61 FALCON Door Drowning Improvemenle I thereon herein deecrlhml. CuRTIS R. HAKNEM: \, Clerk of the
LOCAL AGENT Cosmetics Deeya Sedan Automatic $$1095 .. U. _S. 1 _.. Circuit( ( Court, by V. H, !Kpangle,.
Air-Cond, and Nan'i Beauty Parlor, Transmission. Radio Indian solver tiiy YOU AND EACH OF YOtf hereby Deputy, CInrU.iCtlL'UlI' .
BREVARD RIDGWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD Auto. V-8 267-2611. Heater 267-1521) II ke notice that a eult hae been ( COURT SEAL)
-- ---- I flleil eg.ln.( you In the above styled Jen. II. ...b. 7, ... 21 Frl.) 1904.l ) .
SPECIALIZES IN trail Court. The nature of the ault le to ---- ,_
FUR STOP AGE 1600 N. U. S. No. J. CRATING $$1295 paintIng forerloee

PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE I era where they sit. free estl 61 FALCON 2 door $$995 FORD BEACIIBUGGY, wide June tbal I, certain lows, In mnrlfige Official 1 Ru-recorded I \ Tilt: ( IMI If flllHTor TIIKMMII :

70UCaU 267.4611, Alter 6 P'm sedan, heater wheel, $125 worth parts, sell or nrde' Stool 9UV page BM Public Henorrte "' I!\ "II UIU.I IIHdIT. IXMl : .
- - 267- trade 2671416. of ilrovard County, Klorlda( I .5 r'OK) HUMrll) tOl.NrV.
I encumbering' the hereinafter I deevrlb-. r'I.OIIIIM.i .
--- --------
60 FALCON 4 door
1958 CADILLAC = $$895 FORD TRACTOR new clutch, new Cl. real pro".rly, The nime of Ihu 'H \m ',ICV :Si). hailS
sedan, automatic brakes axle Court (In which laid lull l I. pending; HOOCH: DK.MEHH.::
transmission Radio new rear $795. 267. I. the Circuit Court of In* Ninth Plaintiff..
Fleetwood, Loaded heater 4483. Judlulal, Clrault, In and for the v..
Like New! County of llmvard H1al of rionila... MART MAHTHR DRMER8 _
Route 46Large ANY CAR 62 CORVAIR 2 door '61 PONTiAC; Safari wagon, excellent In Chanrery No flOSS, anil, the ab Defendant.
OOC condition, terms. 207-1403: breviated( till .f tb* cam I is The NOTICE: Til APPKAH AND
$$1495 radio and
sedan
JlJ/J -- Manhattan Havlnfi Hank Now DKrE.NI)
hpatpr. Turk corporation. Plaintiff, v.. n.... TUB STATE OF FLORIDA
2 Bedroom home with Carpet in Magnolia Motor Co. A. Urlffln sail Patricia Ann Urlffln( TO I
LISTED BELOW 58 FORD Ranch Wa- International Harvester Trucks hi. ...It.. *t al, Uehnilanti. MART MARTHE DEMER0.

living and dining room. Built in kitchen 1959 FORD gon. V8 4 door Ford- $$595 Scout 4-Wheel Drive .rty Th*Invol.".." ,.Irtlon ialil of th null* mil.nd prop-d.! .. who known* and r..ent who.reeldenc. laat known It UA"' *

utility room, Florida room. Workshop omatic Transmission, Salei Parts Service crlbed In the complaint la s. mi.ios reililenca waa

all on a well landscaped,lot 150' Gax. H.T,. v-s. Extra NtaJfJ[/ [BE} BOUGHT Radio and Heater. 1603 W. Canal Rt. 40New Lot*i 2 HAMPTON IIOMKH: 411211 Mt. Vincent HeaUMlvll DePaul.Street,

60 PONTIAC "Bonne- f Smyrna Beach fcURDIVIHION UNIT NI). a, ac Province) of Quebec, Canada
x 200'. Price $13,500.00 and terms can $$995 ville", 4 Door Hard- \ 1595 428.4761Wanted cordingto plat thnr.of a* r.- YOU, MAKY I MAKTHE UUMKRff.:
.
corcl-d In Plat BooS. 13 ,lomplsiai'liar
TraYi ------ paIn are hereby notified that a
be arranged. top, Hydramatic at. Public luaorda of llravard divorce has b..n filed against
FOR $$115.00Elec. mission, Air Conditioning To Buy County, Florid' you ant you ar. .qulr.d to .ocd.
Powersteerlng, Power Brakes YOU AND EACH: OF YOU tr. a copy of your .n.wer or pl..dlne
1959 BUICK
Radio and Heater. AN'rIQUETRUNDLE bed Phono requlrml.ta' III I. yoiir'e>sW' -lo.th' to. th._.tornplalal on .lha> plalnUflr
I.LR.C.Area CoinrfUlMj, with IUiWuOI.I :(Of Ih* I .Ilorn KJward L, Trader, 81)
;67-3f.43. .ln>*/4 "(lyM'.4D; ,miariiil wirv a copy Htrawftril| Avenue Melbourne-)'*
225, Fac. Air Plus 62 CHEVROLET --. -'-- -. tn' r"of upon PUIntlffa' I Florida, .n,' file the original anewof .

Every Extra! 1953 PONT 2 DR Impala Super Sport $$2395 USED AUTOMOBILES. City Auto MTUWART.. 1.. AYERS "'bor.rJ: or or piudlnq in (15. elIte.I th*"
r* It Pout (Offlc lion KM, Kau: .
Bucket Seats, Power Parts AM 73686. tierS of 115. Circuit Court on or be
New modern 3 and 4 bedroom homes n.III.!! ., Florida" not lalar than the furs tine 2nd day nr March 1\11I4\
Radio and Heater. -- --- ----
$$1295 elide, V8 24 day of ..
February Al D IIM4 If you fall) la do .o. Judgment by
F.H.A. and V.A. Just completed. Pric- Want To TradeWILL requlnd by law, *la. a I)ecr.. Pro default will !). taken *(alnit yoit
1 1950f FORD P/U '/ 61 CHEVROLET ltn-4ff\r\ Coot,.,. will b* .nt.r.il ...aln.tVOI'.wH for th* relUf demanded In aald com
ed from to pala 4 door Sport SeQy| J ,-
$15,950.00, $20,000.00. 2. TRADE twin bed for bunk : ;" IIf""j.REor..; I hiv plaint.
dan PowerglideTransmiwion. beds. 300 Bryon Ave., IRC. hmunto art my band, ant) affined This nolle anal! b. published one
wJL'&KSKL- Powersteerlng "" Inn official ...t of laid. Court at each wek for four coneocutlYswicks
PLY WAGON Radio and hester.go Tltj vlll.., Hrcvard County Florida. 'In lIne Tltuavlll Bur-Advo
Trade In Your Old HomeWe Work Wanted thl. nnA day of January A.U. IINI4. cab, al Tit uer\lle. riorlda.DONE .
DODGE "Pola" I C'l'HTIH H IIAIt.NKH : and OKDKHKO: at Tltue

$$295 Convertible, V8. Automatic $1195 DASS GUITAR player desires work dork Hrtvard' of County th* circuit, Florida' Court au vllle. llreverd Javuary County Florida, Ihla
.lUCT;: 'DAI'E
1956 FORD 3 4 .
night week. It.
WAGON TransmissionPower or a Experienced BYa) / Hertl( Hall
have ten 3 and 4 bedroom homes
Steering Power Brake, new equipment. Call 267 Deputy Clurk Clerk jf Tha Circuit Court
construction. Some Heater 7135 after 6 REAL or THE/ CIRCL'IT: COURT) (Court $.al"
under with Radio and p.m.
carportsand I _ Mtewart' L. Ay.... By Bertie Hall

double garages. Priced from $18,500to [OOrv1951 BUICK 4 DR S8 EDSEL 2 door V8 $$295 DESIRE POSITION as pianist for Altorn.y Pout orflcci"for Rox Plaintiff IH4 Jnwr-l: L,C'lerk TRADER

$19,450.00. Builder will definitely Automatic Transmls- church. 2673827. K4U ClalMe( r'or'' '''. Attorney for Plaintiff
Radio Heater Ian. 24. II. Feb. T, U (1",1." ) 1M4.1XOTM P. O. SIns IS.M
!lion 1 ____ ____. ____ __ .
consider your old home on trade Callus Melbourne, florlda.Jaa.
1955 PONT 4 DR Many More To rhool.) 1964.
today! NOTICE or FINAL REPORT
AND APPLICATION FOIl 3015.CSSAROE. MOTMr' OP IXTKNTIOV! : TOHKUI :
McCotter HARVEY All pereoneare hereby no _riLK, rifTITIUl It SAilS
tified that the underilgned. ae Executor In compliance with Houaa Hill
have new and used homes in all 1951CAD4DR Gus FaulkChevrolet//: of the Kilale of Ida M Field I I No. 1178. Chapter Number 21>968.

eWe ESTATELICENSE eeoeaeed. b.. completed 15)). admlnlaIr.tlon Lawi of FlorIda Acts ot 1941, the
Call for an appointment to REAL ( and filed hi. final' report and underlined will regliUr wltb the
Ford .PIIII..Uon for di.ckargn In lh. Clerk of the Circuit Court I In Br 1
SCHOOL County Judge' Court of ii,.,.d vad County, Florida upoa racelplof !
1957 MERC 2 DR County Courthouee', riorlda at the County nolle proof, lba.r publication: : of IIt1'J-'
at Tltuevllle. Florida.' following
Trade In Division Start this Tuesday 7 P. M. Objeetloae thereto. If any. ehould be name to-wll.: fOLCQM OROVBCAHB -
George M. Barley Jr. Inc. attend first session as our lIueat.HOWELL'S duly riled wltb eald. court. After under which we ar. *n"acit
730 .South Washington Avenue due. publication of this notice, eald In Grove Car Taking at !111m..,
application( will son,. on for final Florida, anil that ski underelined'
AM 72657 / BUSINESS COLLEGE boating before ..Id Court. Deted ar* th* only periona In(.rnat..5 .Ip
REAL ESTATE McCotter's hle January twentieth. 1IW4. JOHN I aald biulneeePaled .
"The Tradmgest Dialer D 1IEI'AHD .. Executor. of the at Tltuevllle. Florida this
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/ I I hN 1-1 Tltusrllle (Flerlda) Stn, Advou'e Friday Febru.ry I,19d4 The central section, under the to the citizens of Brevird teach, the goal

--- dual leadership of Col Jim Ven. This exhibit Is a countrywideeffort To help with the quota In your

/Indian River City NewsContinued able, Jr and Reggie Berkowitz, and will require backingand area, make our check payable ta

I I/ I Brevard Raising Funds will working raise with$10,000 and from through that the area C., financial contributions from Brevard County's World's Fair

( From Page 3 B) WMU, Monthly Meetlnq of C's in Cocoa, Cocoa Beach anj all cities, businesses, civic and Fund, and send or take It to your ;
local Chamber of Commerce
fraternal organizations and from
Town Tuesday morning, the Wo Merritt Island. John Whitehead, Don't wait to be asked vol.
T.en- News
For World's Fair BoothThe will spearhead the raising or $J; Mr. and Mrs Brevard County to
88 Teenagers enjoyed a good: man's Missionary Union held unteer your support!
tune at the usual weekly leen its general monthly nutting: at 000 by marshalling toe forces in
Town Dance last Saturday night the Central Baptist Church. The finance committee 01 the of the Brcvard Authority from Into three basic areas for the the Eau Gallie area and J. T. .
World's Fair Authority oi Bre Hill, of the Melbourne rrt :: i ;,,'r '
There were 36 members and 32oun Program/ topic was: "The Chaplain Palm Bay Chamber of Com task of raising $25.(000) required CofC 4.tjlUJ[
.members Servicemen and hu work." The ladies vard County, Inc., met in planning working with the Chambers in 1..Vj;
present. merce; John Whitehead. member
on leave, attending this pitscnt: studied the four phase session Friday evening in of the for the design!: construction, op South Brevard, will raise the BEN, TOOTS ED AND SUE BENZENHAFER
from
Authority Eau
Cocoa Beach Gallie oration and maintenance of the
balance needed
to reach the
function' were Roger Snyder from of Chaplaincy work Military, $25- ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF
Present at this session were Chamber ot commerce; J. T. Brevard County exhibit In the 000 goal
Homestead Air Force Base and Institutional, Industrial and Hospildl BUSY B'S PRINTING CO. Inc.
Major A. 0 Eckwall, chairman Hill, member from Melbourne Florida Pavilion at the New ,
Ronald Faison, from the U.S. Chamber; Col Jim Venable, Jr., York World Fair for the sea II K Mays\ South Melbourne\ : JitK'K TK\\MIH HTDKKIt: lltlll"l\o
Navy In Jacksonville. Most teen
Those on the program were. Cocoa Beach Chamber II. sons of 196465. Beach, Is charged with the responsibility
K
agcrs in this community are er, Mn. Joan Smith, Mrs. Mary ; PHONE 257-4186 P. O. BOX 1176
planning to attend the Annual Carolyn Stokes, June Jones, Uel- Hatfield, Mrs Edna Allen, and Mays of Melbourne Beach and I The northern section of the for the over.all coordination TITINt' ILLS:
Swertfager, Ann Citcl Reggie
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Mary B.crkowitz I
Sweetheart dance on the 15th of and Ova Townsend Mrs Roy Forward Mrs. Forward Beach of Cocoa county, under the leadership of of the entire county PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE

this month. This is without any Decorations at this meeting is president of the Central Gene Roberts of Titusvillo, will efforts and will be in constant LETTER PRESS AND OFFSET
doubt the Teenagers' supreme : It was decided by the commit be responsible for the collectionof touch with all area workers and OR JrcS
Florida Area. IIDMf: l-IIONh! ; .IIIHl
function of the year. Adult chap. were very beautiful and were tee that the county be divided $3000 of the required $23,000, make periodic progress reports
done in the Valentine theme.
crones present were: Mrs Millie -- -
OOchran, Mrs. Anna Ilartzog, Mis Joy Ward gave the Secre
Mrs Sue Coleman and Mrs. tary's report The Alice Gav-
lat lnta kept the Attendance Pin
Hartung with seven women present !IB.

Many future plans were discussed .
Young Woman's Auxiliary .
Those present: were: Maxine .
Mary Reeder Young Women .
Coleman, Bdva Swertfagcr/ Gertrude .
Auxiliary of Central Baptist Ii .
Wallace, Marilyn Green
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Church met Tuesday night at the
halgh, Basic Lucas, Mary Ann .
church The .
meeting was opened
Creel, Ward, Bertha Crock;
with the singing( of the V.W.A. Joy .
tr, Carolyn Stokes: Penny Kief .
Bertha
kymn. Mrs. Swaine, counselor -
S led the prayers. Miss Sandy fcr, Jcun Taylor, June Jones, U "
BUILT
a George presented the Prayer Sue Craddock, Ida Baldwin, "flll
a Calendar for the Missionaries Inez Hill, Ova Townsend, and '

: and each of the young women those" visiting were Peggy Kelly _
and Vera Smith. '
e present led In prayer for these

: Missionaries on their birthdays. FOR. -
a Focus week plans were discuss HD. Tailoring Clan
/h'
; ed. The activities for the week of The Tailoring Class sponsoredby II I

a February 9 thru IS are: the Indian River City Home J

: Friday, February 7th, VW.A. Demonstration Club was held A
Banquet at King St. Baptist Tuesday from 9 u.m. till 12 noon .
: Church, Cocoa. in the Community Room of the TOTAL 37M1r

: :Sunday Morning Special Music Citizens Bank In Titusville, with !

;; Sunday Night Special Music Mrs. Mary Slaby (president of : .
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Monday Visitation at the the Club), Mrs Muriel Graham "

Church 7pm.Tuesday (Vice Ptts) and Mrs. Mary \()
: Y. W, A. Meeting at Bums, a member of the Club, PERFORMANCE IiI
Penny Focks' home at Imperial serving as instructors

Estates. Present were Edna Pitta, q"
Wednesday: Girls will present Irene Harrell, Lillian, Karberg, I

prayer service that night. Eunice Thomas, Coley Page, II
Thursday: Bowling and Social Julia McLeod, Mildred Cochran,
at t the Church. Friday open. Irene Boshoff, Addie Lee Smith ; T AYt .
Saturday: Soft Ball 1:30: p.m. at
and Nannell Moore. This class:

Coquina. worked on 3 skirts, 3 blouse
Plans were made to attend -
and one dress. They finished
Y.WA State Conference In De-
one suit and one coat, and are I
Land on April 17 thru 19th The
itill working on 4 suits and 3
program "Chaplaincy of the
Southern Baptist Program" was dresses. .

presented by Sandy George, Program *
Central ..., I lf1
Florida
: Chairman. The meetingwas Rally ',-' rt

adjourned with prayer. Those The Central Florida Area

present were: Sandy George, Rally of the Womens' Missionary ::1iI
Clenda lleflin, Margie Spears, Prayer Fellowship of the Chrw .
Nancy Terry, Carolyn McAllis Ian and Missionary Alliance
ter, Molly Sledges Bertha Crunches was held at the First
Swaine, counselor and DelirnSurrrcncy Alliance Church of Orlando last -
Y. W.A. Director. Tuesday, Mil. Jean Livingsta
of Viet Nam was the speaker

Missionary Tta In the morning she dressed in '- FAIRLANE 2-DR. SED Ti
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A Missionary Tea was held at the beautiful red nylon dress and

tile home of Mrs Roy Forward, while satin( trousers of the Vietnamese : -
Stuart Avenue, Friday afternoonIn women In tie afternoon 1 J7rJ
honor of Miss Leon St. John, she wore a blue flowered gar' 1 This is the 1964 FAIRLANE its unique combination $ lJ
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a missionary on furlough from ment. ,1"'I' of family-iue: room and sports-car feel will change 1951 >

West Irian (formerly!' New Gul- Her four-year old daughter, ,:' your mind about how much you can get at so low a

V flea). While the ladies Were being named Kim Hoa (Golden Flow price ft

\ served hot scones cakes, tea ei) by the Vietnamese, sang i in i COMPARE OUR PRICES AND TRADES, AND
.coffee, Miss St. John answer- the Vietnamese language. dean R LET ONE OF OUR COURTEOUS SALESMEN

; cd their many questions as to said that their home. in Viet Nam :s.\; TAKE YOU FOR A DEMONSTRATION RIDE
life and the work in West Irian is next door to the Tom Dooley + TODAY''!
She showed the bark shirt of the 11 .1 II
Hospital and Dr Dooley visited(
native also their baskets : ,
net
women them a short time before hb ; ; .
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and other articles of the death. ti i pt T

very primitive trlbcspcople a- She spoke of the war and its l '
along whom she lived, for the '"
effects and stated that despitethe ,
past! ten years. Those attending
war, many new Churches : ,. 1
this tea were Mrs. G. W, Rol '
lins, Jennie Gentile, Lucy Fernandez are being built for the Christianand :: _:.1 y

Mrs Walter Kraus, Mary Missionary Alliance Minis \ t.: '"(

Boggs, Marie Smith, Annette and try. Lunch was served to 163 I Ell
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Edie Stewart, Hazel Carpenter, ladies from all over the State mil;
Those attending from Indian River pl
Ethel Bartless, Wanda Bryantand ,',
Rebecca Forward. City were! Mrs Retha Koch]-; a
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