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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Titus vi//e Ponce Grow From Hickfown ToBy D.to wit Y

( Bill Lyerlr) U one wanted a policeman at ) q

Crime prevention week, cele night he just walked up to the : r" ,

brated! Feb. 91J throughout the "corner" where the patrol car !
was parked and said, "C'mon,
nation is an excellent
wake up".
to introduce readers to the
litusville Police Department and To be fair, we would say this
its: various functions. was untrue, because the town
was well protected, but
It we digress: for a moment( and
Jokes have always persisted
g:' back a few years, we may be
about small town
aulc/ to show readers the gigantic / -
growth experienced by the Chief Brown and his men were
department under the leadership very accommodating and efficient. i

ol Chief W. T. Brown, a veteranof Oh, they weren't the trained r rf l
17 years with the department.At city detectives or "fuzi" that Is i

one time, back around the depicted in TV shows. Nor, on the .- '-'
turn of the last decade, the police other hand, were they cold and 4, 'i c ,,3y,' a

c'cpartmcnt consisted of five unfeeling as these city "dicks"

men Chief Brown, or "Dinky" as are portrayed, for everyone in 1t Is'l t
he Is very affectionately known Titusville was their friend or

by the older populace, W. J.Dohdnnon. relative. If they were called In :

or "U
llirclkcld, II. G. "Ben" Bcnzcn- chances were the fight was between __ _:::z.. .fJ
haler and Robert Green. two( men that the police

Although headquarters were at men had known for many years 10

City Hall on Main St., where Bad- But they locked them up if the

cock Furniture, Lakin.Gordon and occasion called for it.

L'J:: Kittles Agency are now located But ask the car thief, who

most( police activity centered came through; town about 10
around the corner of Julia years ago if the department was
St and:! Washington Ave. At this efficient. This car thief was spot.

comer, on a power pole In front ted by patrolman (now Sgt.) JohnD. 6 Y .l IRf
of Bryan Conway and Winsteadreal Threlkeld, and Threlkeld gave t hr
estate office was the police chase, stopping the thief south of
phone and it was answered a town Threlkeld got out of his
good part of the time during the car and started toward the stolen

day at least, by the tore Drug Store( which was on pulled a gun and fired almost
the other corner in those days. point blank al the Titusville officer.

This was the busy corner 14 Threlkeld was hit In the d v
years ago: the center of town shoulder, but he managed to
and* if that police telephone rang, dive behind his patrol car. pull
there were plenty of people his service revolver and bring the

around to catch it and pass the assailant down before he could
word on to the police If one get back into his stolen car. -
wasn't available at the moment.It Granted this didn't take place TITUSVILLE POLICE DEPT The Titusville Police ular police dept. with secretary. Mrs. Alice Cave. Top ;shift Sgt. George; Marshall and patrolmen, Saldano, A. S.

was quiet here then. Titus very often, but when it did, it reminded Dept., collectively and by departments: are as follows: right, investigation bureau, led by Lt. Bohannon, with Mauldm and John Eades. Bottom center, afternoon shift
ville was truly the "sleepy" little a proud Titusville that Top left, Chief and staff officers, representing 69 yearsIn Henry C. Saldano recently joining the bureau. Lt, Do. Stft. John D. Threlkeld and patrolmen Charles Garland "

town that everyone says it was! her officers were capable of law enforcement. Sgt., Marshall joined the force in hannon is a member of National Detective Association and W O. Mann Bottom right, night!: Sgt. George Johai I IBuy

There used to be a standing Joke meeting circumstances with vat '56, Sgt. Johns, '54, Sgt. Threlkeld, '48, Chief Brown, '47 and is one of few certified as proficient in scientific hyp- and patrolmen Ray Nidy. Arnold Seims, Charles! Btrmn

among many people to the effect S.. POLICE On Page I and Lt Bohanncn '46. Top center, members of the reg- nosis which he uses in police work. Bottom left, morning Astor Curry and Robert Gicen.Bohannon Ph",,,,

I In North Brevard! St a r.Advocate:: Smile You're In Florida

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents

Cith Year No. 19 5c Per Copy Titusville, Florida, Wednesday, February 12, 1964 20 i'ugcs Today Published! Mondays, Wednesdays and Fildayi ffr

Utility Tax Increase OK'dAfter For Charier NB RealtorsThe Night i, MI'LACape Far Below I IJI ,

North Brevard Board of

1 Objection Voiced charter Realtors from will State receive President their Normal Working Force ."(

Harry J.Thursday Vordermeler evening, in ,a ceremony Feb

ruary 13 at the Whispering Hills

The lone voice of Ron C' jSch- people to pay this tax and it is bottled I gas! was not. Country Construction at NASA' Mcrlitt NASA authorities said today 1B34 workers have returned to ning the trains whicn began
has been in the
utz, 201 Hood Avenue, Indian unfair," Schuti said. The new ordinance provides a real estate profession for 19 years, Island Launch Area and industrial that tlio $200 million project on their Jof... service to MILA Monday morn

River City area, was heard in This protest apparently fell on utility tax of 10 per cent on the and is the owner and operator of sites on Cape Kennedy the MILA Is 50 percent below The problems confronting( the Jill!.

protest of the city council piss- deaf! ears, however, as the coun- first $20 of any electric, gas or pi"'opt'r is still far from normal, working, force, with only 928 of two areas arc! due to( picket lines Other union personnel have refuted
age of the increased and expand. cil gave unanimous approval to telephone bill, and five per centon even In the face of court Injunctions 1838 eirpltiytvi on the job. At act up by FEC union striking to cross( the picket lines

ed utility!! tax ordinance during the ordinance after one questionwas all useage thereafter. In add against FEC picket affecting the Indmtrlul areas tit Cape Ken workers, protesting. ; the mo of thus bringing; almost to a standstill

last night's meeting. asked by councilman Bill ition it provides a 19) per cent the two area nedy, only :33 I percent, or 372 of I'EC: mm union personnel man for the lust two days, the
Walker. tax on water consumption with a huge "noon construction
Schutz was strong in his prote.tthat port" .
maximum of 23 cents per u'crPrevious ,
the new ordinance discriminates Walker asked why bottled gas on MILA.
called for
against "those who use electricity was subject to( the ordinance but Federal Court Judge George
a 10 per cent tax on electric, gas
to heat their homes and that fuel oil was not. City Attorney or telephone service with a maxim Board Votes Ban On Young granted: a temporary res-

businessmen, whose bills run Max Brewer said that apparently ( urn of $2 per bil, an I there training order last night to Na-
high." the reason was that fuel tlonnl Labor Relation Roan
was no utility tax on w .ter serv rep
"You are singling out certain oil was subject to sales tax and ice. rjscnlutives, banning:. picketing:

Broadcasts TobaccoBrevard ant work stoppages at the moon-
The council felt it was nieces port until 3i Thursday A
Whether To Trade AI Home Or sary in order to finance the pro hearing; has p.m.been set for 2 pm.

i posed water and sewer expan- School Board yesterday they're seen then be off Good Friday, Also the same duy, at which Judge

Wild\ Low Bidder Is QuestionAs sion increase program the totaling tax program$2,250,000to to voted a ban on carrying tobacco In answer to a question of changed was the final day of Young ran extend the temporaryorder
until he receives .
produce about $125,004 more an by students on school property whether or not tho ban would .chooJ-from June 2 to 3 to makeup union answers
nually. banned live broadcasts of vlolite the rights: of an individual, for the day lost. on the day of to charge Feb 24.
Purchase of two( trucks for to the second vehicle, the
Phil President funeral.
named Dr.
athletic contests Kennedy's
it was pointed out that it Is
The proposed expansion
discussion waxed hot and long
use in the garbage collection will make it possible to Constans as principal of the new illegal: for people under 21 to bo Four members of the American C
Willis said he didn't believeIn gram of C To Cease
program brought forth the first Indian River Cocoa Beach High School and able to purchase cigarettes
entire any
buying out of town unless it serve the Harry J. V.rd.rm.l.r I Legion spoke In behalf of a request -
of a series of 3.2 split votes by City area with city water, con changed some dates on the official way, for holidays on Memorial

the! city council last night was completely necessary. struct a water softening plant to a real estate and Insurance firmin school calendar.Supplementing "It Is the same as alcoholic Day May\ 30 and Veterans Day Posting RentalsThe

"As for not meeting specs, I eliminate rust ,condition in the Fort Lauderdale. lie Is a for a previous ban beverages, which are not permit Nov 11,but board members said

Apparently it was the quest. can write specs that would rule water and extend sewer lines. mer president ana Realtor of the on smoking on school grounds by ted on school grounds," one they believed more could be accomplished

ion of whether to "trade at out all but one particular one so Other ordinances passed at last Year' of the Board of Realtors in students, the board expanded It board member emphasized.The with patriotic programs ( Greater Tltunville Chamber

home" or take the low bid that we can make: spec do any night's meeting were regarding; his city. to carrying of cigarettes, but ban on live broadcastingof ( In the schools on those of Commerce will discontinue. the

zparked a few brief sharp comments thing" Willis emphasized. rezoning the applications of A native of New Jersey, the pointed out that no one Is going to athletic events sparked a dlsciuiiort days, rather than a holiday, because practice of listing rental livingaccommodations
John N. Brewer, Frank D. realtors' state president attended be "frisked" in the process on the bulletin
council members. which resulted from the the students wouldn't attend
: among believedthe
said that
Nunnally he board lit the office Pat
Brown and William Blackton. New York University, and just have them taken away if recommendation of secondary memorial services "on theirown" Blamer
should be :
bid accepted
City Manager Cleveland Tal- Two of three scheduled public moved to Florida In 1943. He wasa Chamber president announced today -
"If seek bids in Central Florida principals. The ban was urged but would go to the beach, .
madge said that bids had been we hearings on first reading of re- vice president of the Florida
and then 'don't accept low because It is felt that many persons loaf around town, etc.. Instead.
opened In his oflice and reported bid, how will we get competitive zoning requests were not held. Association of Realtors in 19S7 Line Breaks; stay at home( and listen Upshot' of the question resultedIn This decision was reached at a
bids had been received One by Walter E. Reiser was and has headed state conventionand
that five bid in the future?" rather than pay for admission to formation of two committees recent meeting of the Board of ft t *
vehicles.For withdrawn and a second by Joseph building committees as wellas
()r. each of the two Councilman Jim Pritchard W Campbell was tabled.- the board services committeeof games, thus hurting gate receipts. one from the legion and the Directors. It was decided that
vehicle Water Is Off Chairman Bob Hudson said he other from the school administration the Clumber will continue to
the 23,000 gross commented: "How much taxes The third, by If. 11. Hudson, was the National Association of
I wright truck Talmadge said does Smokey pay in Tltu.vllle1"a. discussed and passed on to sec- Real Estate Boards didn't agree that the board staff-to study over the problem furnish a city map, buyer's guide

that three bids did not meet he backed Willis "buy at end reading at the next meeting !'tlrs.'ordermeler will accompany Water customers: of the City of should) make such a policy but and make recommendations.The and a copy of the newspaper to ,

specifications and that the low- home" move. her husband, as will }fr, Titusville were "out of water" that it should be left up to the board approved purchaseof those Inquiring for living accommodations.

i cst of the remaining two was by and Mrs. Lippold.A for several hours last night and individual school principal.Dr equipment for processing of all : This information,

Gus Faulk Chevrolet at $ ,U2.- A motion to reject all bids on Tape RecorderFor social hour is planned from will be out for a' shorter period Constants, who is director a Instructional materials, passed a Blumer said, will supply a 11.t

73. For the 32,000 gross vehicle the; second truck was favoredby 6:00: to 7.00; with dinner to follow today as workmen rush to fix a of elementary education for the policy making parents reipoiui- of what I I. currently available.

weight truck, he said the low Willis, Pritchard and MayorEd according to Ed Kitties, NB serious break in one of the mainlines county and prime owner of the ble for students misappropriating Listed In (he buyer's guide will

i bid was Smokey Auto of Orlando Kittles and opposed by Nun- Meetings president Wives and associates: from the water plant. ",pace plan"' under which the school board property, and approved be aU members of the Chamberby

at $5,890. He pointed out nally and councilman bill Walker. of the local board members, are The lint break came at the system l h. being operated this final I plans for additions< businasi classification.In .

that other bids did not meet There won't be much reason cordially invited Kitties said. junction of the 12 inch main year, will become Cocoa Beach to Stone High in Melbourne and
Anotht" motion authorizing thecity announcing that no more
in case 1 leading from the water plant on 1. preliminary! plans fore additionsto <
specifications every for CMircil members or spectators Huh principal July rental listings will be
to( purchase: a acceptedfor
manager with something "of. Garden, and the 10-inch main, Date changed on the school Gibson High, j-
exceed Gurney Coming the bulletin board Dlumer
Councilman Randy Nunnilly truck at a price not to ,
fie!el"' to say believing they which serves the South Lake, calendar Included moving a In a final 1 action the board approved
mad.. a motion! to purchase the $0.11321 locally brought about aid those now on the board w1.llbe
art liter misquoted 'In the Congressman Edward 2, J, Gurney Southern Comfort, Gardendal! teacher work day from Wednesday the employment of a
low bid recommendation the same vote. removed Wednesday, February19th.
vehicle ,
upon ,
'but this future. who represents Brevard, arras March 25, to Thursday, building Inspector who will be .
tf Talmidge,
second. At this point Willis asked City Manager Cleveland' Orange. Indian River and St. The break was fixed temporarily March' 26. so that Easter holiday directly responsible to tile school
died fur a Walker: "Are you advocating Tslmadge reported t* the council Lucie Counties in the }House of awaiting the arrival I cf major for students will extend from system, to make inspections of all In establishing this new policy

Ccuncilman Ed Willis then trading in Orlando and not at that the tape recorder, Representatives In Washington, !parts today When these arrive Thursday through Sunday. Previously construction project( It was felt the board was unanimous In It*

moved to purchase the 23,000( home?" to bo used at all meeting, will speak at the Rotary Club installation will begin Immediately. it had been set that students that such a person la necessary decision and felt that as a result

GVW vehicle from Faulk. and To which Walker retorted: would be Instilled and reedy luncheon tomorrow.The The water Is exprrU.d would not attend school on because of the tremendous build. the Chamber will be able to serve

this motion was unanimously ap- "No. but I'm ftr taking the low for use beginning' at the next meeting will be held at &to be off for one or two Wicl. M.tr.tJ 23: but com back Ing program: underway and planned Its members and the general pub-

proved. bid regardless." meeting. Whispering Hills Country Club. hours, while the work.U fumhed>> W school tine following day, and Uc more effectively. ..

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'.g, 2 ; y: Tltusvllle (Florida' ) Star Advo at. Wtdnenlay, February, 1 19 MEditorials

I :f ;:" j 1 Nosing(By Bob Hudson Around) I THS Concert Band February To Present 20Band

Nf t Must\ point out that the) mobile dents in Brevard Schools-U>
iH1Risipg Joe Courson announced -* variety of band music ranging
w crime lab that w. pointed out lave embarrassaisment and perhaps director
was Involved la a traffic violation some problems, Leave those today that the Titus- from Sousa Marches to )light

UnemploymentFigures Of For By The PeopleAbraham recently... not the one of the cigarettes' chewing I tobacco, ville High School will present the elastics
Brevard County Sheriff'i Dept cigars' and home. ,
pipes You'renot first concert of the season on The concert will be held in the
The incident occured in Orange going to be frisked" for cigarettes High! School Gymnasium at 8:00:
show that 4,6 million Americans were unem- Lincoln who's birthday County with an Orange County but February 20th.
we celebrate to- they will be taken p.m. and the public it invited
ployed in January, 1964 day, in his immortal Gettysburg Address!! referred to vehicle late Intersection on a Friday after-. away from you if seen You may The concert will include the Thera will be no admission
noon at the of
The 700,000 rise in this January figure is termed ".sea- our democratic form of government as being "Of the 50 and the road to Azalea think that is a little rough! but numbers the band will play in charge but a free will offering

sonal," but.nevertheless is alarming in this space age in people by the people and for the people." Park It U for the benefit of the then 'ou're to state supposed law)to 21 be before(according the district band contest, which will be taken at intermission

our so-called land of plenty. He had men who operate the Brevard you can purchase them. And will be hold in Daytona Beach in
just led our nation through a great Civil mobile crime
The Labor Department labels this as ""a usual sharp War and strife and hatred you ought to check to see what March """ Two "PlanetEarth"
ate at the very core of our Republic ,
seasonal change" in our national employment picture cancer can do to your lungs, Also in the concert will be a '
sensing this, Lincoln well knew the principlesof Just a word of advice to stu- heart, etc That could b. a Jot
but can it merely be classified as such democracy was to be the salvation of our great na- rougher! ,

True, some of these victims of non-work are unedu- tion. Films

cated, unskilled laborers who have been replaced by Lellers To

mechanization, bat just how many fall into this category We still refer to the United States of America as a A teacher i in a South Brevard At THS TonightTwo

Our "on-the-job" and "manual" training programson Republic, swathed in the principles of democracy The Editor school has indicated that he will

a national scale have surely alleviated this situationto but we are a far-cry from the dreams and promises seek the in post St of Lucie school superinteulant .

held out for us in that hour of County, of the "Planet Earth" ,,
perilous our history Editor;
some extent as these programs have been hailed as : Claim bis legal residence is still
series "The Hidden
highly beneficial in numerous areas and fields. Slowly but surely we are substituting socialism, for la (edition he Wednesday Februaryfifth there, although he actually livesin Earth" and -The Inconstant
of The TituivilleStar
What then is attributable as the major cause of this democracy with more and more of our "Of the people .Advocate, there was a "let Woodrow Brevard Darden Brevard was School asked Supt yesterday A.I will be shown tonight at '

tragic employment problem What immediate attentionis for the people and by the Government. ter from our readers" signed by if this did not cause him 800: () at Titusville High School

it receiving in Washington? Howard Janet, Titusville, with some embarrassassment, because auditorium.
to be concernedwith Let's cast off forever the cloak of socialism and re- some very complimentary re- of Mi possible friendship for the
Is it proper for our Congress more These films are the third in a
evaluate and re-dedicate our principles of democracy marks'about our store and St. Lucie County Darden
medicare and aid than per.
tax cuts, civil rights, foreign series of color motion picture
with our own depressing unemployment problem? and once again stand up and be counted as advocates fennel brought forth a laugh when he re films which describe man's

of a government "Of the people by the peopleand It is not often that any onetakes piled that it might embarrass him knowledge of his earth and pace
Our is at an all-time high along with
economy the( a little but that it would a lot
time to compliment the
for the thus life environment. The films ore designed -
the cost of living so what is to become of our unem people, assuring our everlasting personnel of a business Those more if the man was running for for lay audiences and

ployed and their families. Their plight is whose responsibility as the greatest nation on earth. wbd are dissatisfied, or feel they Brevard Supt. deal with the sciences in lay

) ? What excuse can a child accept who is sent to This being election year we can think of no more have a grievance are far more terms understandable to the general .

bed night after night on an empty stomach? Could any- opportune time to start than NOW! likely their newspaper to write to. the so that tore letter or to Heard about the new toothpaste public.

one answer that question I made all of us happy and mighty now in the market? It contains Co.sponsored by the Lockheed

Most Of f these victims care no more about being on proud. food particles for those people MSC Management Association

the relief rolls than you !or I would. They have had to Turning The Other Cheek '; We want to thank Mr Howard who can't eat between meall.We've and the science clubs of the var.lous .

of life] with alternative. They Jones high schools in the county,
accept it as a way no personally lor that letter

know not where else to turn. The long-standing U. S foreign policy of "turningthe but we find that there are three heard a lot of compliments !. Charles Maxwell said the response Frank has Maitlen been,gratifying teacher

at home or should We hope the other cheek" should it would either be aban Howard Joneses Jiving in this '
Charity begins appear, area. Would be kind on Unkle Fud s column of sponsor of the Titusville High
you enough -
present Congress will take some action to cope with this doned or adjusted to present world conditions. to print this letter Iri your the other day. We thought he Demo Dinner science club.Approximately.

depressing problem it surely merits their time and In dealing with the Communist threat especially to paper as we would like to ask pretty well expressed that we've 700 studentsand

effort our south, this policy is unworkable and we are only Mr Jones to introduce himselfthe all had on our minds for some patrons viewed the filmsshown
time now. Just wish each
member Tickets
kidding ourselves to think otherwise. next time he is in our store of Congress and anyone else MoveTickets last week.
10 that we may thank him in person .

And Now Guanlanamo The only language the Reds understand is the "eye ? ., 111' in tive Washington, or judicial who authority has, execu-would to the $100 a plate Rehab CenterTo

fcr an eye tooth for a tooth" kind and the sooner we Chuck Morley read it and feel the same way as! 1904( Presidential Dinner to be

Fidel Castro, Cuba's bearded dictator, Thursday cut recognize and adopt these tactics the better off we will Morley's Western Auto Unkle Fed We'd have a countrywe held in Miami Beach on Fcb Meet In

wait the situation will only worsen. would be busting buttons over ruary 27 are being purchased"at New
off the fresh water supply to the U, S. Naval Base at be the longer we instead of apologizing for so a very satisfactory rate" in Quarters

Guantanamo, after delivery of an ultimatum demandingthe Our position as leader of the Free World hangs in the AccidentalPoisonings much of the time. Brevard, reported Dinner cxecu The North Brevard Rehabihta

release of the 38 Cuban fishermen seized along with balance. Our very respect as a great nation, which we the committee member Charles lion Center will meet in its new

four boats in U. S. waters. have long enjoyed is lessening in the eyes of the world ParrishHospital Maxwell of Cocoa Beach quarters at Arthur Dunn Air

This move has been a long-anticipated one and through our appeasement of the Communists in the effortof "Since the drive began Last Park Thursday, Feb. 13. at

emergency measures were taken many months ago to world peace.: *" Wednesday, 20( persons have 8:00: p.m., for the first time.

assure a water supply for the base, In the event it happened Trouble aboon/d: mn: almost every section of the globe On Increase bought tickets," Maxwell said Students at Normandy School

The action presents no critical problems at the today and we are taro&red' on all sides whether we likeit 'and this is just the beginning" have been attending classes 'at
id in base, and in ships in the The State Board of Health to so we're quite pleased The the new location but other tune
storage ,
water oirtlje
as cot
or day laid 4,983 accidental poisonings (> ActivityAdmissions dinner, at which President Joha-! tons of the Center have been'
)harbor. fir We must fc* tier: =: ." By.this *e are not advocating be ,were reported in 1933 Of eon will make his first major ccntinued: at the old location on

Under a $14000 a month contract Cuba hap been coming war mcraffs just standing up for our) rights these over 3,000 were children and dismissals for speech in Florida, will be held Palm Ave

supplying water to the base from a river five miles dis and those cf our citizens and service men in Cuba in 'under five. Two-year-olds accounted Jess Parrish Memorial Hospitalfor in the grand ballroom of Miami
childish and foolish !act in February 810 were as follows Beach Fountainbleau Hotel I, Stan Murray, director, predicts
tant. Castro has committed a Germany, in Panama, in Cyprus, in Viet Nam not for 1,323 eases; thru
olds : with a capacity for about 3.201persons ( that III the facilities of the Center -
it olds 683 and
abounds in Cuba one year-
the economic plight which if year
light fit only at the conference tables but elsewhere necessary.We C75 Each table at the ban- will be at the new location in

would appear, as the agreement has certainly been are the greatest nation in the world we know February 8 quet will seat ten persbns, and the near future
In 1962 the total accidental
profitable to the: Cubans. that. let's prove it to others with a firm foreign policy poisoning., cases reported was Admitted: Titusville: Billy Jo no reservations without payment _

These boats were apparently 'sent1 into( our waters that becomes that position. 3,880., Ward, Beulah Stubbs, Diane first are being accepted. Also IY
Bailey, Eleanor Handle Villa no honorary or free tickets are tTI ,t.r''JIIlt:: 'Ot'RT OF, i
I : ', ; ;
and the whole thing smells (of f premeditation. It is the Dr. George McCoy, director of ( /
Mills, Richard Elston and Isola being distributed. "Even President esec1'IT IS AxU roN
of another Red scheme aimed at complicating the boards Accident Prevention BNt\"D: ('01 xT1'. tLO"I"" :
perpetration Johnson Mims Fulton Reed P
; : Johnson will )have to pay CIIANttKl x11. tiffin .
or harassing our position as leader of the anti- Titusville ( Florida) Star-Advocate Program, said that as usual, Scot moor: Josephine Hawthorne $100 to get in," said Maxwell JAMES ALBERT 8TAVAST, 'It:
aspirin accounted for most Plaintiff
Communist nations, inspired not unlike the Panama incident _-r the poisoning in children because a large percentage of BKMA; NA'fALlB 'h,
Discharged: Titusville: Sherry the funds collected will go to the 8TAVAST
Established 1880 783 cases Other medicationswere Defendant (
Hoover Jane Laroway, Craig state: committee OTJ.t: of HI IT [
Two of the fishermen have asked for and been granted swallowed by 569 children. Bowles. Troy Bunch William H To: "ERMA NATALIE STAVAST,n
Published Mondays
10145 .
asylum in the U. S. Nine others are 17 years of age or cleansing and polishing agents. by Gill, Carla Page Frieda Vickers, Maxwell met with National Apartment Regatta No Avenue, a I;
will returned to Cuba. As Wednesdays, and Fridays i@: 448, and insecticides and roden Mona Lance, Linda Forbes and Democratic Committee Treasurer YOU Hblttlor, California, ;t/t
younger and, of course, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED V
By Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc. ) ticldes by over 400. Thomas like. Others: Sandra Richard Maguire in Miami re- that a complaint for divorce has. '
one of the deflecting Cubans said, "political and economic lit said studies show that pel Spencer, Scottsmoor, June Vincent cently to discuss! plans for the been hereby. tiled required....In.t' to you serve, and you areA Jt

strife and turmoil abounds in Cuba," and anything At The Star.Advocate Building Boning among children occurs Cocoa and Lisle Flickcn dinner "At that meeting: Bre, your U,, complalot answer '::'n other the pleading\a ;copy at1tomey of to I'

Castro can do to distract from the plight his fellow coun- 85 Main Street, Titusville Fla. most frequently when they are ger, Blairsville, Pa.February. vard participation was stressed .. William C. Irvin Plaiotlfra '"
In his favor. tired or in unfamiliar because of our growing stgnl Law. 82o North Atlantlo Avenue''.
trymen now face is all hungry, 9 Cocoa Beach, Florida and to file the',.
President Johnson has retaliated with an order cut- Henry K. Hudson Pres Mrs Hazel S. Hudson Vice Pres. surroundings These accidents ficance in national affairs In (the ml answer or other pleading'
Robert H.! Hudson Secy.Treas. toward Admitted: Titusville: Henry of the Clerk of the
are most numerous noon Circuit Court
at the base and an assertion on or before the m ;1
civilian employment
ting Cuban and before dinner time in Huffman Van Steburg Patricia day of March, 1964 If you fall to.
that we will provide our own water supply and Henry 11. Hudson Publisher Robert H Iludson, Editor the just Clark Donald Simonson Mattie Henry Carver, Bradenton; evening M
David Dunn, Advertising Mgr William G. Lyerly Circulation Mgr February 10 DONE AND: DURED *
Davit Others Ronald
be self-sustaining at the base Although Florida's Poison Control : Daugh yule, Brevard County Florida.at Tltue-thl.. '
This, coupled with the threat of a blockade on all Second.Class Postage Paid at Titusville Florida Centers maintain an index erty Cocoa; Lora Daugherty Admitted: Titusville- Mary llln day of February 1984 lor.
Miller, Bobby Raines Mary CURTIS R BARNEH Clerk
Cocoa Betty Pugli Cocoa; and :
arise it have file on over 3,000 commercial Of The Circuit *
should other such incidents mi: Court
shipping Subscription Rates: be- Lloyd Wright, Melbourne. Woody, Lucy Jones ali tattle (Court Bean> '
teeth in it or Castro, in his add-insult-to-injury manner Carrier Home Delivery 1 Yr $7.80 6 Mo. 14.00 S Mo. $2.25 products marketed, new constantly.products are Consequently Discharged: Titusvill: Van Dandridge; Mims: Linda Creel, By Sortie Deputy Hall Clerk V:

will a constant thorn in our side used to prickus By Mail In Florida 1 Yr. 16.50 6 Mo. $7.50.3 Mo. $2,00 ing Adkinson Patricia Clark, Jack George Garrison, and Paul WILLIAM C. IRVIN ,.
prove children be poison "
at Khrushchev's whim and will.Kid's Outside Florida -1 Yr. $7.50 6 Mo. $4,00 3 Mo. $2.50 may Cothran Richard Elston Robert Banta. 320 Attorney North at Atlantic Law Avenue ,
ed by a new product before a Jones Joyce Schutt, Hazel Shivers Discharged: Titusville: Barbara Cocoa Beach, Florida .'l.
card l t an be prepared. Attorney for Plaintiff \
and Lela Tyler Others Harrison and Johji Branum
; : Feb U 19. 2g. Mar 4 (Wed.) 1M4 ,
Probationers Parolies Earn Public health nurses made }

over 3,800 home visits in 1963 in
Day PlannedFor the interest of accident preven-

$$53,182.80 Combined IncomeThe tion. In visiting the homes of !1

Area March 30The 0 3,000 children, they found thatin
Brtvard County unit of ties on the local level! nearly every instance the pro.
duct was not in its original container '
the Parole Commission handled In comparison, a person an The
P.T.A. has been There Is no admission for or In Its accustomed place.
Coquina KIDS DAY at Jndian River ISO probationers and 00 parolics parole: Is earning his own waY; During 1963, 1,358 intentional Off.!
fortunate in having: Titusville Included Plaza Shopping Center The during: the month of January, contributing to the welfare of hit uigestiona were reported. Sui In
in the 1964 visitation and reports a combined Income Happiest v .
schedule of one of the official afternoon and evening commun the family, paying national and Iocaf: tide was attempted! by every lie e
circus acts and all, of 3,182.BO earned by from 13 through 73 but
Youth Programs Monday, March ItT program, taxes while the average cost of group ; ,
30tb has been selected for what is Is free! Something will be going group supervising each individual li. the groups 19, 21 and 20 led all 'I"O'Vll
on every minute for as an added \ others with 59, 50 and 43 res
promised by Kenneth Stuckey By way at comparison, otalJiyll'i approximately 40 cents per dff.
feature, there will be several a
If pectively.
chairman, to be a veritable
for the
miniature children's rides, expense subjects A total of 825 man hours
pony were August with 164 and October .
"Fantasy of Fun" for the children -
came to $45.432.67; restitution
of this community.The rides and as the big treat, an compiled by the four Brtrvard w tUS were months during
payment .totalnd $748 00 leavinga
elephant train Bring cameras to -
County supervisors during the which !suicide was most frequently
entertainment program! total savings of $6,944.13, re
take of youngsterson
pictures your
month This consisted
planned is free to all with thrilling the elephants, then show ports Charles L. Barfield, distract January. attempted SAVE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR'S WORK HARDER
acts the aerialists, of 1,744 contacts made duringthe The State Board of Health
high- by
them how to operate the Brown!' supervisor
champion trampoline artist : month in a supervisory free pamphlets on how to help AND GROW BIGGERIt -
youtb '
a '
be t
i I. for you 11 probably neat The Commission revealed that capacity; 304 contacts. concernIng : prevent accidental poisonings
a high diving dog and performing climb aboard when DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE WHERE YOU SAVE.
In line tt
animals These include mere than 82 percent of the pea special. investigations Copies ray be had on request '
leader calls :
the Safari
drill and of the ple serving Probation and Parole
,th pony one na-
Liens finest elephant acts PromInent successfully receive benefit from ,
in the elephant group Is the! program sod become respect. Coronoi Motel IsAn loBe Auctioned :first Peieral Suius,

America's largest weigaum I If you have real estateto able citizens of Florida

close to 11,000 pounds* and trailing The cost of keeping a man or auction sate will be heldat leg equipped with air-condition
behind is Uttle "Jewel", the sell, or if you are woman in prison in Florida Scottsmoor next Friday Feb lag, electric heat, and tile baths .an.d -Lo.9.h.Association-of_ Titusvlllo

teenage elephant that does the amounts to approximately $4.00 Nth. starting at 130: ( pm :when Thj frontage on U. S. 1 Is 200
Twigt" looking for choice real per day in capital equipment out the Coronet Motel will be sold feet, with depth of 135 feet. Downtown Office Indian River Branch ..

Ffinuti, cotton candy and estate classified Jay and upkeep and in addition The Coronet consists: of nips The Coronet is located on U. S. WASHINGTON AT MAIN 14$ N. COQUINA AVE.
use our ..
fWr cone: lend atmosphere many/ of the families of these furnished units, with a ,.2 bed 1, twelve miles north of Titus OPBM! 9 TO 3 DAILY ALSO 4 TO 7 FRIDAY DIAL AM 7.1111- PLENTY nil PARKING... y

apd the gppunlttetevul man the columns individual receive benefits through room living quarters for the ville and is, .w ed by Mr and Current DIldd.Rltt. Compounded $.ml.AnMjally \
,bo< dog and cold drink atandi. Welfare and related agen owners. It is all modern, be'- Mrs Albert John McCauley. :"



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Wtdnculay.: February, 1144 Tltvmlll (Florida' ) Star Advecitt Pig 3 about the Mj spending !spree she
: .._ ___ __ Join! Meeting
l I.i planning at Christmas: time

k&: ..- round town I tins Word year.from Houston, Tf'"aq. is Tonight At IRC

.,Lr that R, T. (Connie. Brady( !IIr.

who underwent open twirl: surer -
Wa1Ia uarbara cartoon > at Mrthodift HxpiUl( there Civic Center
I IA ,t
.Phone 201.314 i i. recuperating well lie'It ht a

patient there for some time' yet t TV Indinn JUfirjCJty} Civic

large.: group of women went' a basic black dress which can If you desire t to< write along' en Association. : -;1l lt!? ''IrtW Jointly

'touring alluring U.S.A.'Ia he dressed up in many different three pack of cigarettes a day, couracment, you can write to with the Tourist Club tonight at

Mm I Carol Lane Women* ways. Rnuffant slips and skirts Mlllli? chews three packs of guma him In Room BIB: Methodist( t UD<' 7:30 in the inC" CfVic Center

Travel Director for Shell 011 Co cm be packed In a n'lolsto'k, day. pita I, Texas Medical Center in Attention of member of theCIVIC
Tuesday evening In the community ing. Tie a knot in the toe of the But it watn: 't easy. Millie tells Houston Ilia wife Helen it at Ai,()rlll\I"n.la, called to

room at Citizens Bank stocking! and slide the skirt in It. us. The first two days were real Room 304, Tidelands: :Motor Inn UK l'han' e ot 1l111oo'1L and time, and

Vivacious Miss LAne began her Sweaters would never be folded torture and l the firM t two weeks C500 South :Main, Houston) all arc urged to attend! as plansfur
talk reminiscing about auto. according to America's "first were not much better Rut Millie --- -..--- the coming 'Talen: Show"

L. i mobile travel M years ago. lady of touring," they should be is feeling better now and will be dUcuwct at this time.

\\hile describing how travelers rolled, lengthwise there are some other coimlutions: See The Rcfiethrrenti and, entertainment I

then "roared down the road at The women watching Mm Lane to kicking the habit we hear. Now tro also( Included ,on the even\

I: 14 miles per hour," :Miss Lane were completely amazed at the each day. Instead of buying,; cigarettes Star AdvocateFor ing', Rgcnli ..

donned a long duster coat," large: : amount of clothing packedin Millie putt do tent in ajar - I II

x wide brimmed hat and long scarf the suitcase but were not( sur Her husband Roy, who Your I If f have rental
,--- ...&!IIr ..... _.. ,_ .A typical traveling apparel of pnsed when a* though she were recently Hopped smoking also, you \t.

ATTEND KICK-OFF-Five women from Robinson, Mrs. W, D. Bruner, Mrs. J women in that time period She really' a magician, she concludedher puts the same amount In. Nowin Printing Needs'! housing, list it in

I Titusville attended the recent kick-off Heidler, Mrs, T Lanaris and Mrs. J. B showed the old fashioned! high. talk by pulling a rabbit out her spire time Millie thinks The Star-Advocate!

)puncheon for the Cancer Crusade In Central Leutwyler! top shoes women wore then and of the luggage I

Florida, Left to right arq Mrs, L. told how, if the wind became too -
strong, women Just drew the We heir n lot about everyone : 0 : ;.C. ;

Women/ Attend Theta Omicron AndMarshall their scarf face.together in front to protect trying) to quit smoking lately, but
Kilgore dcP '
Chapter MeetsTheta In here's a story about someone who i < ot fOwdl I Ii
telling how t to( get 52 vacations '
Mrs. Millie
has really stopped DAY
a year Miss Lane describedher i
Omicron Chapter Beta: Ramsey quit on the spot when
KickOffFour To famous "
(Cancer tourtttcs, a week.
Sigma Phi, met recently in .the end she heard the news report on
trip within 200 miles from "AtENliNE
home of the president' Mrs Paul lung cancer about seven weeks .
representatives of local Demole Speaker for the evening home but "1000 miles away in ago and hasn't smoked a cigarette :. i
Have Star RolesJana SALE
Beta Sigma Phi Chapters attended was L. Andrew Young, Imagination in planning the since Now instead of ;
the recent kickoff luncheon trip, she suggests selecting two
arts and crafts teacher at Parkway
sponsored by the American Can. Kilgore and Roland Marshall sights: to visit or just "let your
Junior High, who spoke MITICK Of H \I.t I ;
cer Society to launch their 193-4 have been named to play hobby be your guide," such as Nonce I. hereby flvtn pursuant, t o '
campaign: about and demonstrated differ- the starring roles of Anna and collecting rocks or shells Avoid l In a 'tn.1 l l Dear,. of (or....lunuriilatfl 'I'II
ent techniques used in ceramicsMrs rebruary lit, 1M4, and enter
The event was held in Orlandoand the King in Titusville Little turnpikes for "more places to explore' ril In Chun.try r..e !No' SUM nt :
L Robinson reported on I he i null( Court of the NinthJu.lkUl eTWO DOOR 12
in the fight Theatre's upcoming production"The and 'more
many key figures the kick.off luncheon held by a leisurelytrip (Ircult In an.I for Brevnr l *
against: Cancer spoke, Victor King and I". Jana has ." I luiiniy >'I"rill.. wherein J I I. KULAK '
the American Cancer Society MOKTUAI1H (UI'imAriON>
Swanson, Deputy National Crusade Orlando. been active in Little Theatre Stopping frequently to let ")' KIOKIDA In Ilalntirt and

Director of New York City, work for some time and recently ynunfiters, run off pent.up:I loivrTrB W1IIIAM. : ..: )'K.\U/rll.l IJAUSMI:: .unit in. wire AX I is: .
and Don Brewster, Crusade Dir It was announced that an international directed "Janus." Roland of energy is a suggestion for par. j are nnreniUnta, 1 will .ell to thhlghant '

ector, Florida Division, were representative, Mr Jollne's Travel Bureau is a newcomer Into traveling' ) with children! She at the trust and (lour bout ut bldiler the for Itrtv.inlnunty c.*h j 'I Automatic Defrost f Refrigerator fa
among the speakers. here recently <' Courthouse In TlluiivllUllrtvaril
moving displayed a mystery box, which
Margaret Sweet, will be visitIng booty, Florida, al t II 110n.'k
The four area chapters of Beta from Cocoa Beach, shojld .
this area in the near future contain some new and AM on Inn Dili day ut 4
Sigma Phi have volunteered to and several occasions have been old toys) to be given: out all during | Mirth, lai)4 ai, set the forth following In talil dmirltmlproperty Final
Ron and Nan Wilson
Klilgore Freezer
spearhead the Cancer Drive for !;; the trip, and a "quite book." L>e,''ree. tnwltI Zero-Degree Only 28Wide !
in her honoi
North Brevard Mrs. J, B. Leut will direct the show with the The I Lot 8, mock V, IMVMMITYPA :
"quite book" is a handmade .
| Haitian H a."innllng in
wyler president of XI Delta Mu\ ; Two visitors were welcomedat musical direction by Jacob Han doth book with after the plat thereof on file 1l In the.
Mrs. Goldie Dean, president of the meeting Mrs, Ruby nrmann Chuck Fagg is set de. page page offlie it the Clerk of I the ('Ir
of delightful games for children cult Court In and for llrevanlcounty
Eta Eta; Mrs Jane Lanaris of Bamford and Mrs, Barbara signer rlnrliln. recorded In Plat ,.non euuuC
pljvHighlight Honk 13, .. 25.tCOeRT .
lor l'sr
Zi Delta Mu and Mrs, L Robin Taj
Other members of the cast NRAItct'RTIa: > -
of the evening i .
son of Theta Omicron attended. Refreshments in the valentine wa : H RARNFrt
will be Delores Nedimeyer as Miss Lanes demonstration on how ('I I,>:RK Of THB 1.'lltCI'IT '
All persons interested in work theme were served by the hos I e'ot'HT \ ,
Ing on this year's campaign are tess. Tuptim, June Carter as Lady to pack enough clothing for an lly B.HIi Hall ne m,
Thung, Wayne liudglns as Lou average two.week vacation In Deputy Clerk
Invited to call AM: or Feb 12 (\\.d.1 I 19MNntloe
_. _
is, Bob Pickering as Krahalo one 28' suitcase, -
74133 for further information, Her tips on
.. HinA 1
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News home; Champ Waring as interpreter packing were no remarkable we I li (Ivan that puruant
YEW AuxiliaryThe I Bowling ; Cecil Bailey as Captain Jotted down a few items to passon .cloeure to sod"Irl.bb..Halt .entered-< ren of .In. fore the: .
Orton; and Denis Mahan as to you caunt penilln In the circuit CourtIn
regular business meeting Nite Prince anil for llrevanl Lnuntr. Utirl.l, tD
Sunday Couples Pack everything tightly with cam ilniket No. 26.8115. the. imileeilgne.l ..
rf the Titusville Auxiliary 4228 The production will run two loose items and heavy shoes on I Clerk will ell tha properly
Veterans of Foreign Wars, will High: individual game: Gloria Met It.ends: ,n March, the dates the bottom, Pack in layers using .attuatiHt*. In aalil County described .
Sieber 213,. Ray Lake, 199, Astor ) The North 22.B feet of lot a '
beheld Thursday, Feb 13, at t
tt be announced later. It will "luggage leaves" made of pel and, all Lot i. Block in, Whin .
Curry, 195.
2:30: p.m., at the home of Mrs\ be presented" \\; :TLTjJs new Ion The "leaves" resemble a ins Ing Illlla Oolf Itatalea: iccoril, /s.
High Individual series: Ray tn pint thereof recanted In :
Ejvy| T. Cribbms, 751 So.; Dixie Lake, 524 Gloria Sieber, 521, building on Carlile Street offDro'n largo serving tray,with a handleat Plot Hook' <. (me* 7O, Public f t
Hwy, Indian River City. ; Rein. of Ilrtvtrd ('ountvrioilila ,
Astor Curry 520. Avenue.Terriers each end and make It easy to : together with tha following i ry r I
The work session, usually held Nt nillna. U'on Lo.t reach an item near the bottom of Items of properly whlih r

in.the morning, will be pos pon- Justice B; Donovan Hornet A. Co, 43 S8: 'y :31Hadcock 21\St the suitcase! Just by lifting out the ors lootteil aa In a and part pprmto..ntlyIn.lall.II of. the Im-
eduntll, the following week provemeuli on nalil Inn,I I
Furnltur Play layers of
> 4554 31H clothing These
: on top. One KrlfliUIra" Kanr. Aerial NitSlrVtiOlM I It
But 41
Bowllnf Supply
(All members are urged to attend Carl Schmidt Rambler 41 a9Damonla' top layers can then be replaced / Model l No ItlIZ.54a"rlsldalre "
Oven Herlal NnPlOillHI
this important business Metropolitan 38 41 without having been disturbed at .
.meeting. Lighting By Mobile Taylor Homea 20 St to+9Moonland Second Day all, Two Mun.'... Ifmtera. rorltl! _
No Mil end I :5174
Night clothes should be pack. nt imbllo aal to the hlh..t bill-. .
der for esah. .between the bourl of Iso
ed on the top layer with the 11 01'' 'lock In the forenoon anil. I
Game FridayTerriers basic items on the next few lay. flock In the afternoon. on the 9lh
on all M CLt Brand Paint I lap of March, A.n.l 11X4\ at the
ers In selecting the clothingfor front door if the Hrevinl Cmmlyl'eurrhn"r '
HBHBBHBBB HAT of Titusville High a trip, Miss Lane suggests ( flHAMrt :In Tltuavlll, Hurl InCOL'HT -

School will play their second choosing one basic color and coordinating -, "HTM K. DARNEl I dJ
Buy one Clerk of me Circuit Court
afternoon contest of the season other items around'that Sly Hertl. Hall
A in Cocoa Friday at 1:30: p.m. and A must for the wardrobe Is l i Deputy ClerkFeb I
I 12 (W.d.) 19tH.
get one p return home Saturday night for -. i

a second match with Eau Gallie F : i
'1 Titusville will close out the
: NO IXTIA COlT regular season Feb 21 Mel- AIIYOU NEED FOR A. %
bourne there and the following ..
INTERIOR LATEX WALL weekend will be the Group 7 :

Class AA tournament in Cocoa ,
PAINT The Terriers lost to Cocoa In \J
the semi-finals of the Titusville : Model TB-313Y

t DKU.UMT HIMM Christmas Tournament by nearly
tCd L AND COVtIAMMIR 20 points but managed to hold the WE'RE HEADQUARTERS FOR

:. M PAINTY M 10 POO MINOni' Tigers to a low score by playing LAWN NEEDS! GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORSTwo i
liir L''U'' WlttllOA' control ball In the second meetingand
AND WAnlt 2219.
-? losing FROM
door convenience and 28" wide' Slide-Out
,Coach Art Tolls said earlier In Lawn Mowers only

the, week, he planned to make JACOBSEN Shelves Porcelain Vegetable drawer .Removable \; '
( On. Fret) $698Plus think this a if more the boys wide are.open playing game good"I I MONO-MOWER MOTO-MOWER egg tray Butter
ball,, hitting a good precentage SUNSHINE ALSO Volume Coppertontf ,if-or-Match Coldfs, cr While

I WALLPAPER IN :STOCK J I of good,their chance field, goals, we stand a P TORS.JACOBSEN LAWN 'N GARDEN TRAC -6w I

especially I'Ths" entire since team we Is nearly confident beat, Feb. Only 10% Cash Discount! i i iI

them before/' Tolls said. i

MARY CARTER PAINTS Playing on the first five will Grass'Seed' Jl r

be Paul Matthews Ray Cowart, RYE BERMUDA SOD MASTER :
404 Main Street AM 7.0731 Bob Comparato, Larry Jarrell!! PENSACOLA BAHIA 4 ARGENTINE

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I Lawn Slicors! STEREO '
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Retiring President
Pap 4 TltvivllU <(
C ,..- ., Junior AuxiliaryMiss Meeting
r- A. K. Schenck
Mrs. r tlrln, ,
Pam Greco was elected president of the Wom,.''I .\vsociation

h chairman of the Junior Auxiliaryof of the First PI( ,1\,,,I'

Titukville Unit No. 1, American "lurch was honored ,
tan v. di I i. ,
27f I'
/ WItr1 New/ And Notes ,
y ; / Legion Auxiliary, Monday recent: meeting She MJ p ,

o/ North Brevard // luliuwmjj, the first annual Moth- tented with a corsage u'' Vlll,,_
f e ci-Daughter: Banquet held at the and red "'
carnations I"
/ v, '" I u {
Legion Home. to toI& United Presbyterian.in\. ,,,, '
Cuicj" : oifiocrs elected were pin by Mrs. Murphy\ J .AJr| I

Ga.l Powell, vice-chdirman; man, current president.
Yvette Uauclct, secretary and
Newly !Installed Ladies AuxiliaryTo brvnrU Staiturd, chapiain Alresurer During the business! m-,.- l"ln'.,;,
that fdlowed( it was htotortun -
: ana
Eastern Star Hre Department concert the ; ;,
) were to be elected sponsor a by lti<" oJI

Officers Preside Being OrganizedThe Wednesday (Feb. 12)) at a meetIng Symphony Orchestra again, HI,,
\ alter school at the home of year if they were availabh Th.. \
Titusville Chapter No.6, Or Ladies' Auxiliary to the date vas tentatively a.i' for '
hits J. U. Small, 4264 Essex: I'
der of the Eastern Star, met 11 jH IRC Volunteer Fir Department St., South Lake Village. April 12. ,
Tuesday nt ht"wlth the recently has voted to change its name
Mrs. Smith is: chairman of Mrs. Paul Schmid, world ,,T,
installed: ofrtctrs for 1934 filling and form an auxiliary composedof
thlr stations. Ihe.fntlre I Titusville Fire Department. Jun.or Aeuvitks: ana lies plans: ice chairman, gave an Inter< >!im;
fur t..c: group; which will make report on the two missi'inan.' \ .:
organizational "
Mn. Ernie'' Kings 1 GranJ Representative ,
them nn active and valuable our church: is partially ,,, I
of Florida to Nevada meeting lif>f this group will be : rep insiblc
.d asset to( the unit. The girls nave for. Mr. and Mrs. Di-Hnti, ,
was presented, introducedaiu held Thursday, February 13,
: r rui many ideal l of their own on Palmer are serving in (slab,
). wclcomtd. 7:30: P.III at Fire hall.; No.3, S .,
\ what they plan to do to help the Av Mato Grasso, Brazil, S \ .n, !
.Mrll. Bertha beh,ond. Worthy I ., IfL' IRC.At senior group, In their progiums, __ the Rev. Philip M. King i r "r t ,
Matron, \vekonied all members thil mep.tn.ofCicers: will benuniiridted.
Jt and also' the commumt}. Ins in the West Virginia Mmmi.n, '
and visiting members and thank. 1i'i with ejection' to beheld Mrs James: King ot Cocoa, Project at Dry Crock Wet' \ ,'I'I r.ginia. t
ed ahem ior amending the first > at the no.\t meeting.All ;
I .
; aii ladies Uin;! 1J1'rut thai mam of Junior
netting of the new year. She j interested in the
slaw announced: that a general : Fire Department are eligible for Activities! spoke, to the juniors Mrs Chas. Bates world vrtce

practice: (for officers would be a: membership<< The purpose of the prior to their election explaining sewing chairman, annum,' I
ii ; the work usually done by junior'
held at the Masonic Temple on JJf Auxiliary Is-to support the Fire that all interested ladies ,\h.nli\<'' \
The follow the
fills prosra.ru -
fiioups. ;
Surtlay, February 16 at 2:30p.ni. : Department! and work In unity in meet In the church, on Fohnidu
of the sensor ass
., and Lat the regular study I our community; group. 23. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. and, <''1;
tldss fur all member would beheld The Auxiliary! believes that,:in Sistintf them in their projects, March! 4 from 7 p.m. on to a...rk len -

on Thursday, February27th ; r, order todo an efficient J job> but they may have projects ot the sewing project fin! >'I I li, t.,
their work closi-lv
at 7:30: p.m.NdreiJIments E there Ihollld'lI -bi1e organization own. They year. Anyone who has old iiUmi, :
were served for the entire,.Fire Dfpartmejit, with (the unit committees! on PLAN FOR BANQUET -- Hard at work on plans for eta they no longer need sh"II,1 i
following the meeting: under the and trU-y'earnestly request that Arpericanlsin, Poppy) and Community their forthcoming banquet are the above members of the give them to Mrs. Bates or I II-IM,

direction of Mrs. Herbert Jonn- all Interested ladies contact Mrs Service: Intermediate Training Union Department of the First (them in the church lounge: a- ,

sun, chairmen of the refreshment Penny Kieffcr1as soon as 'possible They can make scrap books Baptist Church. From left to right are Pat Ludwig thy will be used as comiuiur '
committee fur the coming : -- for the Veterans Ho"piUlH. also Linda Holley, Linda Wicks and Martha Arnold. fillers. r
note books: decora.ive covers,
r aJr Application blankv are a il
: year Dr. II. II. "McAshan was Introduced "
and Bible little
I able fet the Titusville';; North irce. cards paste to be placed verses on on hospital Attends Madri< GrasMiss Sorority Chapters to the association by :Mr- ;'

"1 sari\, and IRC sjatfons. AU those Coleman Burke, chair
Recipient Of Stork trayi. These items be Elect ChairmanFor program
may .I
who mail irt applications before Paula Sue Conway, daughter outline
Shower, St. Augustine second meeting will be charter made tor local hospitals! tjo. Juniors of Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Cancer CrusadeThe of man.the lIe course gave he a would general! be teaching !
also dresa dolls in \the
native -
i y members of the 'newly formed Conway, 524 Hopkins Ave., a at Rollins College on Lugio: ,
: Mrs. Roger Lee Mullins, Indian tIN litujville dress of tie country cur- four Beta Sigma PhiChaptel'lt
Fire Department Axillary student at Gulf Park College, and Ethics in Religion.Refreshments .
River City area, was re ,' I linily: studied in tie Foreign: from the Titusville v
Gulfport, Miss., left( Saturdayfor were serve,*; in i'
: cently honored with a stork Relations! program, which are area met jointly last Monday
? Ihii. group sponsors various New Oi leans where she will the Ruth Circle from a lovel.\) reel
entered in contests
shower ut the West Augustine :
to general
worthwhile community projects attend the famed Maid! Gras evening a Valentine table, centered with j 3
Civic: Center, St. Augustine. Guests at the dinner IIndmCi.tlng man for the 1964 Cancer Cru- '
as well an lending needed sup festivities. silver bowl and white carnation-
Hjstesscs for the occasion included Mrs. Louise radc Mrs. Jayhuf.h B. Leutwyl-
port to the Fire Department ajUvitics the btmen's
The next meeting of "
i were Mrs. Milo Cleveland, Mrs. MARDI GRAS COURT-Miss Paula Conway, daugh- throughout the area. Mauldin of Cocoa who accom- She will be the guest of Mr. tr, Jr., president of Zi Delta Mu, Association will be held in
Delbert Mulling and Mrs Cecil panied Mrs. King, and Mrs. and Mrs. Wright and their dau was unanimously chosen by her
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Conway, was selected to be a the church on March 19th.
BurcMicM. member of the court for the Gulf Park College Mardi Lockheed Wives Florence Sands who spends the ghter, at the Roosevelt! Hotel sorority sisters: to serve as chair
Lifts: for the 'lady-in-waiting .. winters here and is l! member of through Wednesday. Mr. Wright man.
Gras ball held recently at the Edgewater Gulf Hotel, and commended them
were placed in a lovely whito Club Luncheon II: the American Legion! Auxiliary is a director of Sullins College,
Gulfport, Mississippi. A second year student at Gujf# Mrs. R. D. Lyle, Theta O.T.l- for their fine community SpirIt
in South Carolina.: .
covered basfcinot. Games were Liberty: Bristol, Virginia. Miss Wright isa
Park, Miss Conway is art editor of the college magazineand elected co-chairman the '
iron was ; Also attending meeting were
enjoyed and prizes won by Mrs The Lockheed Wives Cub The hall was d(!.?o"nted in th' classmate and close friend of
a member of Delta Chi social sorority and the Bit and Mrs. Dave Mason, Theta Oml- two board of director member' {
Gene O'Steen, Mrs. Henry Leth luncheon will be held Thursduy, Valentine motif with streamers Paula's.
Spur Club. Gulf Park, a private junior college for wom- will treasurer and
cron, serve as Mrs W. D. Bruncr and "Mrs. Roy
February 13, Ramons Cocoa which had small Valentine at
and Mrs. A. W. Burchfietd, Sr. at ,
en, has an enrollment of 350 students representing thirty. Mrs. L. Robinson, Theta Oml- Ramsey.
Refreshments of pink and blue one states and four foreign countries. This year's student Beach. : tached. The decorating was Home From Hospital iron, will handle the publicity.The .
decorated cake squares, cold includes girls from the state qf Cords :and free coffee .wi1 Jjo done by faro Gicco with the
body thirty-two <
t drinks; chips and dips, nuts .and Florida. t i featured from 10:00: to 12; a social ,help of other junior members. Mrs. John C. Schutt, 2926 South sorority groups have chosen WHISPERING HILLS

mints\ were served.Ttusvile 1.., k; hour front 12 to 12:30: will pfe-j Singing; of several songs folliyved Hopkins, has recently returned to spearhead:: the campaignas COUNTRY CLUB

cede the luncheon 'at 12:30.: i/! adjournment of the meet: home from Jess Parrish Memorial their annual service project.

"" / / Coin ClubThe Order Of The Eastern Star : Hostess for the luncheon will ing. Mrs Edna:: Irvin accom- Hospital, and !is recup 13. L. Beninghoff, Brevard CATERS TO BANQUETSOF

be Martha Carey;, with Helen panieU the- vocalists erating satisfactorily Crusade director, spoke to the ALL KINDS

regular monthly meeting Lamkin ". -----
as co-hostess
of'the Titusville Coin Club was Holds Public Installation : Reservatiunist Is Gerrie Ren-

held' February 6, with president nie, Tituiville AMT-0734.

: Harry Johnson>> presiding and 28 Titusville Chapter No. 6, Orderof Sister Kloss, Junior Past Mat- FIRST TRY FREDRICK'SYOUR

members and guest in attend the Eastern Star, held public ron, presented the new Worthy First Birthday

anlte.' Installation on Sunday, February Patron with the worthy matron's (

A short business meeting was 2, at the Masonic Temple with pewel, to be worn during ,her Little Miss Brenda Kay Mul FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE

conducted and plans made to the following serving as installing year This jewel was a gift to? the lins, daughter of' Mr. and Mrs.R. -=
told a joint meeting with the officers: chapter from Sister Alyi Stan,

Cocoa club in March, time and Mary Alice Klttlci, Installing ley, the mother of Nina Young L. Mullins Indian River City MEN'S 100% r LITTLE BOYS' Z ; '

place to be :announced.At Officer: W. T. Knight, Asst. In. blood, past I Grand Marshall ''and tires, celebrated her first birth. 1 E'I

th*'conclusion of the meeting stalling Officer; Violet Kloss, Installing grandmother of Mary Alice ,Kit day en 'January' 29th with a COMBED COTTON ;

,, door prize was won by Em Marshall; Margaret tics, P.M small parly.: .i t J JACKETS $$1-00 II

F Jet;ens. Prizes for next month's Urns, Installing Chaplain; Mable The new officers, under the Brenda got many nice gifts WHITESHIRTS rf- i..

: meeting will be donated by Em Sara Hartman Courson, Installing, Installing Secretary Organ; direction of Sister Kloss presented which she opened, with the helpof / i .. Sizes 2 to 3x Reg. 2.99 Blue Color Onlyl! I''
Jtrgcnj! Shop of City Itexall
a courtesy, forming a triangle her brother Lee. A
ist. pink
and second door prize will be 1 i ;
donated by George Decker The Incoming Worthy Matron, at the station of Martha and blue decorated birthday j ; MEN'S ASSORTED COLORS
who has served and circle at the station of r ii I
Brisk trading of coins was enjoyed Titusvillo Chapter a cake centered a lace covered Short Sleersd, Tab or Permanent

by all members. Anyone as Martha and Ruth, has Ruth with Sister Hill as Martha table around which her little Collar Stays $ e& f
VESTS i $2Reversable $
interested in coin collecting and chosen as her colors green anj and Sister Eornholilt! as Ruth, friends $3.99
good fellowship is cordially invited yellow; and Sister Violet Kloss, giving short explanations of ,the sang! Happy Birthday. Three j

: to attend: the Feb. 27th who served as Worthy Matron In stations the Worthy Matron had Refreshments of cake, cold $1.88 (OR) For $5.00 or Plain' Assorted Sizes II III.
: 1957:\ and again this past year, filled and when approaching the drinks, mints, nuts and potato 11 i
meeting, 7:30: p.m., at First Fed- I. -
: presented a beautiful golden East and presenting gifts from chips were served. I -=---- __ --= -_ _--=. '
Hal Savings & Loau, Washington -
sheaf on a base to be used In the Sister Kloss to the Worthy "Matron Those present were Brenda's
East during the coining<<) year. and Worthy Patron. mother, her brother, Lee; Randy, -
$ The following officers were in. Cindy and Stcvle Cleveland and I
Meet Cancelled stalled: Sister Pctnond introduced her their mother, Annette; Bobby DOOR BUSTER CLEARANCE SALE I IfI f I IMEN'S

WM. Mrs. Arthur Demoml; husband Arthur Dctnond, PP, Burchficltl; and Brenda's two 1,00---- LADIES REG. 8.97 SUEDE

I The rnonUily: meeting of the WP, Robert W. liornholdt; AM, and thanked her installing officers grandmothers, Mrs. Okra Mul- REG.

i North Flrcvard Republican Club,. Mrs. Les Richards: ; AP Frank committees and guests lins and Mrs. Erma Lee Burch BOW TiE' SETS 39c JACKETS J E . . $$4.00MEN'S
I usuallyheld. on the third Monday burden; Secretary, Mrs. S. A. Jim Stewart, Worshipful Master field, of St. Augustine. . . .
has been cancelled: : for Feb. cf Indian River: Lodge N(). 100,
I Kittles. Ill, P.M.; Treasurer, LADIES 100% COTTON WASH AND WEAR
I rusty.I Mrs Charles G. Barnett, !P.M.; was introduced. Mabel EMBROIDERED, ROLLED

I Many of the members are Conductress, Mrs. James &''n:. The refreshment table was Lorah CircleThe HANDKERCHIEFS 19c CAPRI PJ'j J $$1.19Some
planning to attend the Lincoln ham; AC., Mrs. Den Dusby, Sr.; centered! with a large yellow Mabel Lorah Circle of the Small .
Day dinner at the Ramada Inn Chaplain, Mrs.\ Joseph Comics, cake decorated with the Slitaf. Titusville Methodist Church will With Initials Reg. SLOP Value Sizes Only Reg. 2.99

in Cocoa Death, on Thursday, P.M.; Marshall Mrs. James The reception was under the dir meet Thursday morning Feb.13, VALUES TO 8.99TIES

Feb. 13, so HarolJ Stanek, president Trimble; Organist, Mrs Beatrice ection of Sister June Fisher with at 9.30: at the home of Mrs. MEN'S: REG. 2.50 DACRON

decided, to cancel this meet Nicholson, P.M. the Rainbow Girls assisting Ruth Patterson. W.S.C.S. president .1.0 I DRESSES E $$2-$3-$4$ $ !

ing. Adah, Mrs. John Bell; Ruth, on Rock Pit Road. 1 E . . . e .
Congressman Edward J. Cur- Mrs. It. W. Uurnliol.lt. ; Esther': District OfficerTo Maurine VYicr will present the : .: : : I IPAINTERS'

ney will in'roduce the speaker, Mrs Lyman Gault; Martha, devotional and Iva Tinsel! 1 the

: Congressman Frank Dow of Mrs. Millard Hill; Electa' Mrs\ Address Meet program. The subject of the program

Ohio, at the dinner which will Edward Schneider; Warden, Mrs. concerns the early Methodist T

be served at 7:30: p.m. A social Margaret Kiluurn; Sentinel, W. Mrs. Bethel Turner, First Vice! Church and its fOUnder fc PLASTERERS' I a LADIES' SOLID COLORS I
I- hour ulll precede the dinner S. Austin! P. P. President 11th Congressional
The sisters installed! as officers District will be the guest speakerat
Several members of the Space the HERE FOR WINTERMr. WHITE PANTS..2.99 t i CHIFFONDRESSES '
regular monthly meetingof
alike, of material
'" port Young' Republican Club and wore gowns and Mrs. Mcnai Das so* of
also! of the North! Urevard Women given by the Worthy Matron, Sister the Democratic Women's club- Springfield, Masi, arrived Friday By "Big DadReg. Price 3.53MIll'S
of North Brevard, Thursday,
Drnumd, as her gift;: to officers
!* Republican Club are plannint
to upend the winter with
cf the year. All installing 100'- COTTON
to attend tile dinner
The meeting will be held at t the- Mrs. Pasjos brother, VYm Vasil
officers and officers elect wine ForVALENTINE'S
corsages or boutonlcre of yellow home cf Mrs J. D. Nash, 2443' of Indian River City. Mr. Dassos T-SHIRTS[ & BRIEFS. 39c A\

Orange Blossom mums with green: ribbon. Old Dixie Highway, beginning at Is retired, and hopes to spend DAY
10:00: a.m. some time fishing in this area OR SAVE & BUY 3 FOR SLOP
Garden Circle Sister Kittles Included in her } Reg. 10.99
installation of the Star Points the I 1
: The Orange Blossom Garden MEN'S REG. SSc STRETCH e; *

Cirtle will meet February 13th star Flower point presentation received a and bouquet each In FURNITURE I I SOX 39c 3 PAIR $$1.00 III' Sale 500

;. .-at 3:00: p.m., at tie home of Mrs. the appropriate color. She and I DISCOUNT SALES "Try Before( You BllY"j 1 . OR Wed. To Sal. Only!

George Howe, 1802 Diane Drive. Sister Draa also presented the

; The speaker for the evening very beautiful and Impressive National Brand Furniture at FREE FACIAL -- -

J will be Mrs. A. K. Schenck, her candle ceremony. DISCOUNT PRICES 9 ,t
: : subject being "roses". -- --------- I USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLANS FOR EASTERI ,
Call 267-3059() : or 267.7671

: :: ', ENGRAVECWedding RUMMAGE SALE Shop Us Before You Buy,

: Invitations CHAMBER OF 2111 Gard.n St I FREDRICK'S

tree I rirt for Just loodnj-it wed COMMERCE BLDG Tltutvill, Florida COSMETICS
din,,,sample book. Also announcements 247-3733 or 26M924 ..4C
napkin, Uwnkyoiinotei BeM.lt Church Building" Fund i iI I II I.
informal, etc.,' 267I71S.L : I I I .



Wednesday, February 1 11, 1W Tlruivllle (FlorUi. ) Star.Advocate Page I lest two.runners-tip.,

Frank Address Legion Sponsoring National Commander Harry Teeiricl

Mims Area Happenings Bow1o urges all lotaJTresidents) toy\ attend .

High School Oratorical Contest 04. ra iRSJi\ ', all Legionnaires -
, Lincoln Day Dinner abb.\ of the &ux.

Students Present Talent Program The Ameru .in Legion 27th wuihtrs will imptti, m national i diary to rr: ms_ I

annual Nttional High School Oi- hoots In bt held in Tampa. -
Veteran Congressman Frank vote practice m Canton; later ser
atoncal Contest will begin in Nilionil wmnei\ i uccivis u $4
Ey Mrs. Gladys McL.ndon Bow Republican horn Canton ting as assistant attorney sen :
North! Rrotarci area Monday, 000) i".illefie scholarship: ; second "RE Y FOR :
AM 7 cral Ohio and Republican
128 of as
r OHo will be the principal speak-f: Stale: Committeeman February 17. 7:10 p,m. at Titusvllb place, $.!500 scholarship; third! OCCUPANCY" '

Students from Sages I.. II cr at the GOP Lmcom Day Dinl' High; Sdiool place, $1.000 scholarship; fourth .
and HI levels presented a most ncr Thursday February 1J. I t|: He has served on numerous Winning contestant from Ti place. $OO schol.\r\>hlp. I Olll ;t1 1lghway :

(interesting talent program in the T .+..x the Rairada Inn Cocoa Beach, committees! in the House( and In tusvltle, Cocoa Eau Gallic! and! Last year 300000 student near VVesfwroodJ Villas:

Mims School cafetonum! today 7 Const; .essmdn Bow an extre- the 83rd and subsequent Con. Melbourne will complete in co- PUIlI"l'ilteJ in the contest with i ;I BctU>vfn Houses

under (the direction of Miss v inch foiectul opcaktr: will be grasses and has bwn a member runty, finals with county winner all: CO elates rtpr HcntedTilmvillo I I ;, :2! P...ik\ Full Til$
;, Marilyn\ White, music teacher introduced by Congressman Edward
Mildred Lnewer and Robe Wai. Guriuy Committee, serving on subcom Departrrunt duals. IJl'pitrtrU'lIt l'It t No 1 is sponsoiing the ron. FlIA orConvtnti

l drop physical education teach A member of the U S House m ttoes responsible for approp teal fir" this area with winner i nil Financing
I ers kI of Representatives for the 16thIi rlatinnj for the Department of legislation on foreign trade; poll: tu rec'nr n $2300 idvmo bond i '
, There were songs: dances pan ,trict of Ohio since 1931 Bow!' Stile. Justice! Commerce and re- cy, the flatus of United! jnd a me.diil,, and medals to the I' Phone Jfrfo-m: or 267-1477
tommies musical 1 Instrument bom and :armed forces nbroad, and -
+ a wa raised in Canton;; toted agencies. the Judiciary Slottl"1 ,
numbers including punu andaccordian I Ohio. where he has resided since, VSIX. Civil Right Commission ;, opponent of foreign ukh l lHe I

solos 'tie( was admitted to the bar of the Legislative Establishment, } is the author of a text on
f" The show was presented for Ohio In 19:>3 and engaged in pri' anti I Defici<'nde.. In the 83rd Ubor.management rcl.(lions and Brevard Lumber Company

the: lit, 2nd and 3rd yeas stu h __ ___ (ongrcss he was chairman of of many 'articles appi( aring m ,
ut 9 00 a m and the 4th II i subcommittee that won re magazines uf nations Ule unula
5lh and bth year:: groups at 1 30 disunion! for recommending lavings lion! I Building Material Lumber Paint, Hardware
p now have un pniollinent of of $11 million as a result of Bow. is a number of the First I
We of the Let l Ua Gin You An EatlmaU -
are proud UI of StatePipurtmcnt
many an overseas Investigation Pre byt\'I'I'n
; H\I'\ student and! still Church tf Canton,
' me grow- Prompt D.lly.ry Phone AM 7-3831
cnts shown by our student, and r activities the Elks -
iiu: !Mrs Harold Burkett, former( and Sigma H tr termty I
art. Unking! forward to more .
Sxid programs z tcuchci. at Rn in'lew School, ha* In addition to work on the .
% be,'n idled to our teaching! st,iff. Appropriations Committee Bow -

Mims Persanal Sin nillieathStise !III students has been particularly active i in I 1 1A

Chief -
Petty Office and Mrs
J.Y.. Bracken and children of art I
SaUllite Beach were weekend b" / !

vititois< with Chief Brackens STATEMENT I 1 I t I

uncle Mi[ and Mrs. A C Bracken .
i and family. Bracken is stat

toned at Patiick AFDCaMn OF POLICY
1 -- tl. I, I

, Price, former resident BULLETIN
of Titusville, now living m West
I Virginh visited last Sunday 0f
\ with 3c Petty Officer Eddie G.
Bracken! at h. home in Mima. DISPLAY TALENTS Taking part in the talent program '
s today at Mims School were left to right: Elizabeth r or" ..S Next 3 Days Only! ,

Long, Peggy Shealy, Regina Pritchard and Marty Sweet.
Mr and Mrs. Chapman B r ,

,. Clark had as guests this past the process of bread in the making entertainment with the PTA %' ,n C'l
weekend Mr. and MM W. E ,
The following supper will be
: Ducn and ( Gwenith
daughter ,
, Etch step was explained from enjoyed from 530: to 700: pm ;
, from Old Town on the Suwannee
the huge vats for mixing doughto Spaghetti and meat sauce salad,
Rir Mr and Mrs W C. Clark
how it was rolled out, put In rolls dessert and coffee or iced: ,
of New Beach
Smyrna Mr. and
; waimlrtb ovens to rise how it tea Milk !10 cents extra, Adult
Mrs Edgar Roof and son, Rich 73 cents children. 50 t
was rolled out into loaves and plates, ;
aril, of Jacksonville. Edgar also
in ovens and cents
put more warming
visited with his brother's family,
then into the ovens for baking
Mr and Mrs Charles Roof and Takeout dinners; may be arranged .
After 18 minutes the finished
children A baby siller service '
bread Will sliced and wrapped WE AT CUTTER'SWALGREEN :
will be provided at the school
The children, teachers and '"r ;
MISS' Linda Creel daughter' of This is to be a combination
mothers really enjoyed this trip NO
meeting and Parent Teacher ron
Mr and Mrs O R Creel of
and said "the folks at Dandce"were AGENCY
Spruce Hills has been terrors At 7:00 a short bust
a patientat
rice to them ; ,
JPM Hospital the past few ness meeting will be followedby TRADE-IN
Neediest to say by the time safely which will s
days. Mrs Creel reports Linda a program
;is feeling better they had finished the tour and culminate the Safety Program CONSIDER OUR u } A: .
inhaled Use wonderful smell of which has been underway at d RE UIREDI r
the bread, each < 6
cooking was the! school all month The awards

Mrs. Gerpldme.I! )tlankpnship i quite hungry The children were for the best safety posters PROFESSIONALRESPONSIBILITY .,: ,', .r '
teacher at Mims !::School underwent each given a pencil and booklet will be presented at this time I'

surgery on her foot last on bread making, and one of aiM somo skits and songs written ONLY
w.oek and Is now reported much their delicious fig bars to eat by the students TO .
:,(v(better. with\ the !un-hcs they had taken
The children sang many songs Conference time will bo from $I DOWN

i Field Trip for KindergartensThe on their trip to Daytona, but 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. and after 7:30. THE COMMUNITY {

children of the First B fist and Methodist Churches of willing to just look at their fnences rmv make aliunge.

,<* Mims were treated to a trip to books.A manta with the tccchers AS TWOFOLD;

$ Daytona' Beach to visit the Bell big "Thank You" goes to The Bui Safety Evacuation
Dandce Bak:ry, by their Mrs Joe Booth for driving the ..
Drill held la>t week was to tram i.v
teachers Mrs. Robert' Mack and bus coil to each of the following
Mrs Robert The students what to do in case of an
'I LInger. trip mothers: Mrs. Joe Lee Walker

r was made by bus Airs\ Rodney Thompson, Mrs. J. emergency. Au ims drivers and To Provide
All were excited over going too C. Johnston Jr., Mrs Jim Shhl aoout 60 to 70 students made IS ALL

bjkcry to see how our bread ey Mrs Ralph Foley and Mrs. complete evacuations of buses In $ 88
,l' and other goodies were made Lloyd Lashle>'. less than one ((11 I ) minute using
t" Upon arrival the children were both doors und under three ((3)) UnexcelledPrescription r
unloaded and divided: into two F.TA Supper Meeting minutes U.t111g emergency: : door In ptraur, YOU PAY

"U group, then escorted upstairs in Tic/: Mms. PTA, is holding a rear of bjs .'. f.701Ublirk.lll

s a large elevator that soon had sapper meeting February 18th. There will be a voluntary) I :
j, them where they could watch Come and enjoy an evening of bicycle I safety cheek on Friday of f luM1rq pt lIr.

'1---- -- I For a Goodyear Nylon

Service and.

r. with Tufsyn Rubber !

Modern Coronet It
A dollar does It'! We'II mount a juiranlrrd: Gooilyear tire.
Motelin upq| bran.I new Nylon All made, with xrltmve 3.T
YV'enUier '42" tire ,on your triple-tempered Nylon curd
SCOTTSMOOR. FLA. To Bring if car with lUlt.one buck; as the and super.mileago Tufiyn
FRIDAY, 1.30: PM. I go'aign. You II be tiding on rubber

FEBRUARY 14 Successful Selling V SmcV 1911

Located on West New lido Smyrna of U.s. Buch Hwy. 1 IVa|leaf milts 12 mil Wilt* North of Indian of Tltutvill Rlvtr.f ,.20 miles So of To You at Our "I-' .. .- .-. .__... .. .' :_ I

Furnished units 2 Bedroom Living Quarters The Baths condition Electric:
Hut Linen Room Utility Room. 200 Ft on Highway 1 135 Ft. deep


2 HOMES SO IMPROVED LOTS 1 BEDROOM, TILE BATH HOME (furniture optional Possible Price.THIS
) on Urge Itndsctpo'd: corner lot. : JusTWHITEWALLS
MODERN 2 BEDROOM HOME 50 LOTS AVERAGE SIZE 75' x 150. This outstanding! !
I prop.rty I It high, dry end gently rolling. Srreeti are paved with curbs. School
Bus Gerbege Collection. Highly Rettrlctedt .

MONDAY, 11:30: AM, FEBRUARY 24 WE: SAY GUARANTEE-AII New Goodyear Auto sins any of more than 80000) Goodyear dealers in
BULKHEAD CLEARED READY TO BUILD. Adjoin Hells Lodge on St. John's 1 art Guaranteed against defect In workman" the United State and Canada will make at-
Rirtt ship and material and normal road hazards, Iowa nee on a new tire based on original tread. 1
BUY ONE LOT, ANY COMBINATION OR ALL except repairable punctures. depth remaining cur.ntNC oodyoa Prlc.'.
i To reach this property from U. S. Hwy. 17 turn Weft on State Rd. 40 al Barborvillot

} ASTOR, FLA. See Auction sign on South stJe: 01( reed Ent of Bridge. THIS ':WE DO SAVE 3 DAYS ONLY ,

,, Just So of Post Office on et'
( Lot si! 100' x 15'-ZONED COMMERCIAL. EMCellent opportunity for buslneis location s'
I, with home or adequate/ room for construction, of Business Building, '


In Hv THURSDAY. h..rt.f ORANGE 1:30 PMFEB.CITY 20 I C UTTERWALGREEN Just drive !In. Present your plat., and you charge account will b. opened while

On Heavily Traveled U. S. Hwy. 17.TJ-531 North Volutla Avenue Your tlree are being mounted Eaay terma.
I FURNISHED APARTMENTS In Excellent condition. Lot also 109' x 300' with

room for Expansion. ________ AGENCYDRUG

Ceih prim and louvenlrt GOOOjiEARBIG
w given away .t auction .

Natienal Realty&Aucfi rt Company
Hantbrough representatives

will be at properties 10:30A SERVICE STORES
9 .M, day of auctions. and ,

HWY SO AND MAGNOLIA 315 S. Hopkins Phone 267-3013 Titusvillei

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Pig f StaeoAdVexaH Wednesday' February '12, 1144"'

. I, _$2,574,900' M4 Hospital Contract Awarded Notice CITY Of OF Public TITUSVILLE HearingThe Notice CITY Of OF Public TITUSVILLE HearingThe ;

t A $2.574,900 .'coat ict for con. The hospital will be located a pharmacy. nedy where truck )htUllftg! tiqufll City of' Titusvllle will hold e public hearing en Tuesday, t
new75 ted hospital nt the south end of Patrick City of Titutvllle will hold a public .hearing Tuesday, I I" the Council Room to hear Interested -
struction of a The contract was one of two oxygen can be "topped off" be. February 25, 1964, at 7:30: P.M.
February 25, 1964, at 7:30: p"'. In the Council Room t. hear Inter.ested .
at Patrick Air Force Base has across from( the base golf course persons In regard to:
newly signed by Army Engine fore delivering the fuel to the
In regard tOI:
been awarded to Acme Missiles on era for Air Force construction In I liunch pads general alterations A request for a variance ef 12 feet In setback requirement
and Construction Corp. cf) Rockville and Highway A1A. An application to rezone the following described" property
this 3rea. The other contractwas to a gui'k'l missile building at j (Major( Street, and Traffic Plan. ) to allow entrance gates to be
Y. the Canaveral
Centre. N. by
Two stories high, the building 'from Its present GU (county) classification a B-J (city) clarification
District of the Army will hate 74,000 square feet of awarded to It. J. High Construction the Cape, and electrical renovations to allow service type building built within 3 feet of the property line.

Corps of Engineers. space It will offer full medical Co., of. Orlando, for a to a guided missile data This application hoe been made by N. O. Rtssman.
This application has been made by V. L. Blenkenshlp.'
Acme's bid was the lowest of facilities to military men and combination of three projects.The transmitter building Malabar,
four received for the hospital, their dependents, including an work will consist of building fla. Over-al1 completion .la expected For property at the SB I corner of the old Cheney. Highway Far property en the North and the South side' of Harrison
scheduled tot completion by the outpatient clinic, a maternityaeclion a parking area at Cape Ken in mid-Augu.L and Largo Caller West of the Railreed.

early summer of 1969.! aeml-private rooms and I I The legal description of which let Lets I through 12, The legal description ef which Is: Lot 48 and 65,

InaliMive! Rinconoro Subdivision, Plot Book 5, at page 70, Colonial Heights, Unit 1, Section 15, Township 22 South,

Section 29, Township 22 South, Range 35 East. Range 35 East.

CITY OF TITUSVILLE CITY OF TITUSVILLE A public hearing will be half before the Planning and A public hearing wilt'be held before. the Planning and Zoning

I I Zoning Commission on Wednesday February 19, 1944. Commission en Wednesday February 19, 1964.
Notice Of Public Hearing Notice Of Public HearingThe !I

Cooper Margaret Cooper
Th. City of Titusville will held a public fleering en TuesdayFebruary ,
City of Titusville will hold a public hearing, o. Tuesday, City Clerk City Clerk
25, 1964, at 7:30: p.m In the Council Room to hear biter
February 2J, 1964, it 7:30: p.m. In the Council Room to ..... Inter.
:..t.d persons In regard tOI: ested persons in regard tot I Feb. 12, (Wed.) 1944.CITY. Feb. 12, (Wed.) 1964.CITY.

An application to reione the 'following described property
An application to rezone the following described
'from Its present RU-1 (county) classification/ t te an R-3 (city) property
((classification to allow apartments.This from Its present GU (county) tUtsIfcation( to an f ft-T( (city)
claitiflearion. N allow gardtn-typo apartments. OF TITUSVILLE .
application has b..n made by V. L. Blankenshlp. OF TITUSVILLE
This application hit been made by Thomas L. Henderson,
Notice Of Public
For property on Sun Road (on the East 330 f..t South of Legar Representative of Kenneth Morton, Truittt. HearingThe

j For property on the west aide of Berne Avenue" extended, City a on Tuesday,
The legal description of which 1st Let 38 Block 1, out of' Demarest Drive. February 25, 1964, at 7:30: p.rn. 'In the Council Room te hear Inter
City ef Titusvilte will hold
a public hearing on Tuesday,
f Plat of Indian River Heights, Plat Book 4 page 23, Sec5 etted person In regard to:
February 25, 1964, at 7:30: In the Council Room to hear Interested .
!5 tion 28, Township 22 South, Range 35 ..... The legal. description of which Is: NYV/4 of the NWVi of p.m.
the NE'/4' Section 16, Township 22 South Range 35 leaf.tbllc A request for a 'variance In side line restriction graduating persons In regard to:
A public hearing will b. held before the Planning. and Zoning from ZIRO.. One Foot Six Inches ((0.1'6") at the West 'In order
Commission on Wednesday: February 19, 1944 A hearing will be hold before the Planning and Zoning to allow an addition to be built within 8 ft. 4 Inches of the westside An application to rezone the following described property
Commission on Wednesday: February 19, 1944 line. from its present GU (county) classification to an R-3 (city)
CITY OF TITUSVILLB ,I' clastificatlon to allow multiple dwellings.This .

: By Margaret Cooper Till application has been made by James P. Twlgg.
City Clerk CITY Of TITUSVILLEBy application has been "made by John A. Singleton.
For property on the west side of Rosehlll Avenue North.
F.b. 12, (Wed.) 1964 Margaret Cooper
City Clerk Per property located on the east side of Singleton Avenue,
The legal description of which 1st: Let 4 Block 3,
lust North of the Arthur Dunn Airport.
Fob. IT, (Wed.) 1944. Lake Front Estates, First Addition, Plat Book 13 at page

: CITY OF TITUSVILLE 17, Section 16, Township 22 South, Range 35 Bast. The legal description of which Is: SVi of SEVi' of NW'/4 of
NE'/4 and S'/i' of '
SWVi of
NWVi of NE'4.A .
A public hearing will be Held before the Planning and Zoning

: Notice Of Public Hearing Commission" on Wednesday, February 19, 1964i public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning

: The City of' Titusvtlle will hold a public hearing on Tuesday CITY OF TITUSVILLE CITY OF TITUSVILLB Commission on Wednesday: February 19, 1964.

:February 25, 1964, et 7:30: p.m. In the Council Room to hear Into*. By Margaret. Cooper CITY OF TITUSVILLEBy

:a sted person In regard tol: Notice Of Public Hearing City Cleric Margaret Cooper

: A request for a variance of one foot et .the. north rear line to* Felx 12 (Wed.) 1964. City Clerk
Your feet at the south rear line In order to allow the owner to The- City a* Tftuavllle will hold a public hearing on' Tuesday I I Feb. 12, (Wed.) 1944.CITY.

onstruct a carport within 14 feet at the north graduating to 11 February 2$, 1964, at 7:30: p.m. In the Council Room te beer. I.t.,.

)set at the south rear line. eater; persons in regard tot:

: This application has been made by I. 0. Holland. An application. to rezone the following described property OF TITUSYILLE
from' |its present RU-I (county) classification! to en R-3 (city) CITY OF TITUSVILLE Y
t For property at NE corner of DeLaon Avenue and Cardantreet. elaislflaatlon h allow townhouses (two units).
Notice Of Public HearingThe Notice Of Public HearingThe
I This application his been made by E. J. Kendall
City ef' Titusville will hold
a hearing
on Tuesday,
Th. legal description of which III: Lot I Block T, rive of the owner Mr.. Violet Griffin
City of Tltucvill will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, February 25, 1964, at 7:30: p.m. (In the Council Room te hear Interested
Bryan-Heller. Estates, Plat Book 10 at page 89,. Section
25 1944 7:30 In the Council Room to hear Inter person in regard to:
34, Township 21 South, Range 35 East. For property on the east aid of Highland Avenue between February ef : p.m.
Mlddlehurat Road and South Street. eited parson In regard to:
An application for e Special Use Permit to allow a Weldingand
: A public hearing will be held before the. Planning and Zoning
An application to move a three bedroom two bath cement General Service establishment to continue its operation onproperty
-Commission on Wednesday, February 19, 1944.Feb. The legal description of which Is: Lot 17, Block 7, its location Plrtle
block residence from present at Park on Merrite presently zoned W1.
Highland Terrace No. I,,an addition to Titutvllle, Florida, described
TITUSV1LH Islandte following property.
: CITY OF ._... be,,. plat of the Wt Vi of the SEV-i of the NEVI end This application hat been made by Mr. Gene C. Roberts with
By Margaret Cooper 'r the lint 21(.1'the'SWV. of NE',4 of Section J, Tewnihlp This application has been made by H. A. Youngblood on behalf permission of owners Landmark Land. Inc.

: City Clerk 22 South' Range 35 East, Brevard County, Florida of owner James Kershner.

: 12, (Wed) 1964 A publlq hearing will be held before the Planning end For property at Northeast corner of Maple Avenue and Third For property at Josephine Street and the Railroad.The .

Zoning, Commission on Wednesday, February 19, 19.... Street. legal description of which is Lets 8 and 9, Block 1 M. E.

CITY OF TITUSVILLEBy The legal description of which It: Lots 1 and 2, Titus Addition to Titusville, page 7, of Plat Book& 1, Section 34,

: CITY OF TITUSVILLE Margaret Cooper Block 6, (Indian River Highlands, Plat Book 6, page 68, Township 21 South, Range 35 East.A .

City Clerk Section 22, Township 22 South, Range 35 East.A .
Notice Of Public public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning
: HearingThe Feb.. 12, (Wed) 1964. public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday, February 19, 1964.

: City of Titusville will hold a public hearing en Tuesdays Commission on Wednesday! February 19, 1964. CITY OF TITUSVILLEBy

February 25, 1964 at 7M in the Cetincfl
: lUll Room to moar In. CITY OF TITUSVILLEBy Margaret Cooper
erested persons In regard te: .
Margaret Cooper City Clerk
: An application to. reione the following" described property City Clerk Feb. 12, (Wed.) 1944CITY

;from its present RU-t I (county) clatif.catiert' to an R-3 (city Feb. 11, (Wed.) 1964.

lasiification to allow multiple dwelling" and dupl..... Notice Of Public HearingThe

: This application ha* been made by Mr. Elme Rardin. City of Titutvllle will held a public hearing on Tuesday, -

i February 25, 1964, at 7JO: p.m. In the Council Room to hear Inter
For property located as follows: Parcel I located at the CITY OF TITUSVILLE OF TITUSVILLE
tied In
person regard tOI; '
southwest: corner of West Street (now known es Holiday Lane)

.and Lake Avenue; Parcel II located on the East side ef Holiday An application to rezone the following described property I Notice Of Public HearingThe

: Lane (West Street) South of Lake Avenue and West of from Its present R-1 (city) classification( to an R-3 (cIty) clssilfl- Notice Of Public HearingThe
Morgan Drive; Parcel III located East of Morgan. Drive. cation te- allow garden apartments. City of Titusvllle will hold a public hearing on Tuesday,
February 25, 1964, at 7:30: p.m. In the Council Room to hear Inter City ef' Titusville will hold a public hearing on Tuesday,
: The legal description ef which 1st This application has been made by Mary B. Edwards, representative ested person In regard to: February 25,'1944, at ):30 p.m. in the Council Room to hear Interested -
of owners Fairway' Builders, Inc. p..onollt regard to:
: LEGAL DESCRIPTION A request for variance in lot size. requirements to allow! a
For property: The entire block with Minnie Street on the duplex to be built on a lot SOVk feet rather than the, required 75 An application to. rezone the following described property
i: Percel. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 Block 2 south, Titus Street on the North, LaGrange Avenue on the West feet. from its present RU-1 1 (county) classification to a B-1 (city)

and Bryen Avenue on the East. destination tolow! offices with apartment upstairs.
: JOHN FRED MORGANS SUBDIVISION as recorded This application has been made by Franklin 0. Heughton.
In Plat Book 7, page 7, Public Records The legal description of which la; Lots 1 thru 10 Inclusive This application has been made by Claude G. Marlowe.For .
: of Brevard County, Florida. Block 6, M. E. Titus Addition to TItusvllle, Plat For property on the north side of Palmetto Street between

: Book 1 at page 7, Section 34, Township 21 South, Range Crannls and Park Avenues. property at the NE corner of Bermuda and Hopkins.The .
2 Commence at e point 270 feet North of the
35 Eett.
Southwest corner of Lot 1, Block 3 JOHN F. The legal ;description of which Is: Lot 13, Block 60, legal description ef which Is Lots 28, 29, 30 and 31, Block

MORGANS SUBDIVISION, as per plat recorded A public) hearing will be held before the PI.nnln..nd Zoning, NEW Robbins & Graham Addition, Plat Book 1 page 4, Indian River Shores Subdivision, Plat Book 5, at Page 2, Sec-

In Plat Book 7, page 7, of the Public Commission on Wednesday, February 19, 1964. 17, Deed Book "I" page 505, Section 4, Township 22 Lion 15, Township 22 South, Range 35 East.
.a Records of' Brevard County, Florida; thence South, Range 35 Bast.
: North along the East line of Morgan Drive a CITY Of TITUSVILLEBy A public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning A public hearing will be held before the Planning end Zoning

: distance of 140 feet; thence East 25 feet; thence Margaret Cooper Commission on Wednesday, February 19, 1964. Commission on Wednesday, February 19, 1964.

: Southeasterly along the top of lake bank to a City Clerk CITY OF TITUSVILLEBy
y point 60 feet East of the point of beginning Fob 12 (Wed.) 1964. CITY OF TITUSVILLEBy Margaret Cooper

.. thence West 60 feet to the point of beginning. _uu_ __ Margaret CooperCity I City Clerk
i Parcel 3 Commence et e point 410 ,feet North ef the Feb. 12, (Wed.) 1964. Feb 12, (Wed) 1964.

: Southwest corner of Lot 1, Block 3, JOHN CITY OF TITUSVILLE

: recorded Plat Book 7, page 7, of the Public
Records of Brevard County, Floridathorn. Notice Of Public Hearing
: Et 80 feet; thence North 10 feet; thence West CITY OF TITUSVILLE I CITY OF TITUSVILLE

e 80 feet; thence South 10 feet te the point of beginning The. City of Titusville will held a public hearing on Tuesday, I

I : ; .together with the fill on said land February 25, 1964, at 7:30: p.m. In the Council Room to hear Inter. Notice Of Public HearingThe Notice Of Public HearingThe
made by grantee.
: ested persons In regard to IAn

; : Parcel Comm.nc..t. point 270>> feet North of the SWcorner City of Titusville will hold a public hearing on Tuesday,
; of Lot 1, Block 3, JOHN FREDa application to rezone the' following described property City of Titusvill, will held a public hearing en Tuesday, February 25, 1964, .t 7:30: p..... In the Ceunclt Room to hear Interested
I, : MORGANS SUBDIVISION, per plat recorded from Its present RU-1 1 (county) classification to a B-1 (city) February 25, 1964, at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Room to hear Interested person In regard to:
classification to allow stores and professional offices. person In regard to:
: In Plat Book 7, page 7, Public Records ef Br.. An application te rezone the following described' ,property
yard County. Plorldaf thence lest 60 feet to tep This application has been made by Joseph" W. Campbell reptentative An application for a Special Use Permit to allow a New Car from Its present RU-1 (county) classification to an R-3 (city)

: ef lake bank for point of' beginning thence (. of owner A. J. Sid low.FOt' Soles, In a C-1 1 Zone. classification to allow apartment*.

East 20 feet; thence North 140 feet; thence This application has been made by C. R. McCorter Jr., Lessee -
property at Northwest corner of Ojlbway( Avenue This hat .been mode Leonard H. Caudle
and application by en
; : West $5 feet te top of lake bank; thence South'eesterly ef the Cities Service Oil Co.
of together with" I LL s.. No, \. behalf ef owner Th.odor..nd Marjorie Werner
e to point beginning;
For property at SW corner of U. S. No. 1 and South Street.
: *... the right of grantee' her heirs end assign toe The leget deicrlption of which Is: Lot 2, Block S, Indian RiverResidence For property on the SE comer ef Pine Lane and Oak Avenue.
fill In said with underwater loll from The legal description ef wHch 1st The East 23 ft. ef
LoU. PUt} Book 1, Page 163, Section 15, Township 22
: -. ,property, of granto adjacent t* said property/. South, Range 36t fastikte Lot 22, all of Lot 23. East 45 ft. o. Lot 17. East 45 ft. of The legal' description ef which Is: Lets I, 9 and 10,
a. < the last side thereof I North 10 ft. of Lot ",JoIn.bl. Addition tt the City of Block 1, MerningsUe Park Section A, Plat Book 3, at

: A publl""heading will !be hel* before the Planning" and Zoning, A igulsIIi/ .rln. will be held before the PUenlng end Titusvllle. page 48, Section 22, Township 22 South, Range 35 East.

I : .Commission' on Wednesday, February 1'. 1964. Zoning Centmiealort Wednesday, February 19, 1944 I A public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning" A public hearing will be held before the Planning end Zoning"

Commltison on Wednesday, February 1f, U6... Commission" en Wednetday: February 19, 1964.

I C ., By Mergore Cooper By Margaret Cooper CITY OF TITUSVILLEBy CITY OF TITUSVILLB1

t City Clerk City Clerk Margaret Coepee I By Margaret Cooper
: City Clerk i City Clerk

: ;if 44,1Ya (W"-t) 164. Pea 1 It, (Week) 1964 Feb. 12. (Wed.) 19 4. I Feb. 12 (WM.)) 196+.

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Record Number Of Bowlers Set For County Tourney '

Wednesday, February 12, 1964 Titutvill (Ptorld) Stir Adv.StarAdvocate ----- .

Compete For $4,000In stone; nay Nelson Ins.; Corhott Charlotte Jarrftt! 514; "

Motor! Supply; Dandy Dread; Bowling News I lkalmes, 514, EI1l.

I Beach Bowl Falstaff; Riverside ."........ ,,-
Texaco; Spaceonix; Virginia: c'. a: U'. Ii6I
SportsNEWS Fried Chicken: Champ Waring Fri. Nito Mixers ....,...,.. ot DI.I'-U"' WI :III.
Prizes All Anwrlcaaa 15 :u
In City Fuel Oil Italian Terrazo; River Homer acing as
: :
1 .
Lanes; F Hayes and, J. I.ret; R. High individual game: George u.I.r111&.,... MI."lronl cte. 4e to! to
Shack and L .Rogers; E. Fleck KiximjJan) 244; Shop Shepherd, 'hunb..r. .I..."',. 11.1
A record number of bowlers 22. according to AND VIEWS inter and C. Kleichner' N. H..rvlll..Har..1'. S'.I
county president ; Pereira 238; Eltle Holmei, 192; Charlotte '...k. 11 1vi
will be
competing for nearly Bob Miner and R. .. .
of! Titusville. Peacock; Frey and 3'f Ia
$4,000 in cash during the Brevard Porrish Harrett. 191. 11r.ge Wrlthl :at 44 111'rey.L'v.rm.n
County officials are estimating ; II. llarshman and J. !: 34" .

I County Bowling Association's An. probably 1,000 bowlers will enter pccted number of entries. Smead; B. Harnack and E. Belts and D. Hess' ; B. McGervey Fletcher P. Root and P. Kellett; High team' irrinC'l and B'l L IJHlrl.llnt.I'A W.hln.Arse, ISli:H'44"

nual Handicap Tournament team double and single events The tournament will be held Knuth; B. Ward and J. Smith; L. and B .Boska; R. Grunder' N. Rurdlne and, B. Bromer; R. 2125; Burger King. 2102 .l.3 .
which will be held this year at which have had to be extended Feb. 22, 23, 29, March 1 and extended looker' and J. Sharpe; J. De- and D. Knowls; P. Mongillo and Alter and l M. Kindt; C. Kennedy Individual .
gateway Lanes starting Feb. another weekend due to an unex- to March T. Broske and A. Doyon. >pD. Krause; B. Waterfield and R. and D. Aller; G. Boukrdes andJ. High aeries Bob lead Star.Advocate aassUie I
Puley, 620 .
-- Miner said there will be 116 Doubles and singles Feb. 23. GwUllam; dolahl; J. Conine and A. Ab. ; Shep Shepherd (79;

five man teams from throughoutthe 7:30: p.m.; Doubles and singles, Feb. 29, romet; B. James and D. Fur .

county, which is a slight increase J. Mathers and B. St. Clair; 7:30: p.m.; nudi; J. Eubanks and D. Dan;
over the old record of 126. D. Hunter and G. Knecht L. A. Anderson and 0. Hutchinson;
'17 lie continued to say entries show Headrirk and L. Fite R. ;Halt J. Kubasko and W. Seldel; W. J. Sicgal: and G. Rauschenbcrj; lotm

IIl1Jlln 216 doubles and 432 singles compared and R. BrownellV.; Brown; andR. Brown and N. BleiU; F. Lewis! J. Williams and T. SharpV; oWt

to 180 doubles and 360 singles Mocller; R. Robbins and H. and B. Frey; B. Wallingford! and I!ay croft and W. Reed.
of a previous record. Approx. D. Davis; W. Carlson and J.
I'llwith Moss; R. Brown and R. McCow- Team events, March
7. 6
imately 317 have entered all Andrews; Tom Adamson and J.Ma'o p.m.; from .
an; V. Hitchcock and E. \Vhlse-
Beasley's Men\ Store Dill
events handicap and 63, all ; J. Tade and D. Wilson; K. ;
nat; R. Welch and B. Bogenreif
; Karberg and K. Miner Neil ; Brcedloves Texaco Cocoa;
events scratch, Miner said. ;
W. Austin and T. Carson W. '
; Walker and C. Gerald E. Kor- Alley Cats; O.seeula Groves;
Team events will start Feb. 22 ; ChambersJewelers
Bower end E. Carmichael; B. Bowl-Mor-Lanes
ona and E. Hardcsty G. Attiel ; Sprow Really; JeuJ/l1n/l :
with squads at 12, 3, 6 and 9 ;
Short and E. Flowers
C. Stan
p.m.; doubles and singles Feb. ; ,and R. Gwin; T. Filbey and Crown Howling Supply; 5 Points Jj
()1lnte 23, with squads at 12, 2:30: 5, ifcr and R. Lucas; K. Comptonand Sook; E. Lytum and W. Rhodes' ; Pure Oil; Central Masonry; Tillotson -
/ C. Clapper; L. Fersch and fires Leonard Bros. Trans 1
7:30: and 10 p.m.; Feb. 29, squadsat |t Sauer and C. Farnham; II.
11. Tahill and B. Smith
... ; ; fer Cocoa Mutual New
Jpofa lifaa ; Smyrna
12, 2:30: 5, 7:30: and 10 p.m. C. Kazer and D. Harper; L.Ia.! ;'Olm and E. Rogers; R Her and
Team events, March 1, at 12, 3, B. Kistner; L. McCoy and P. lanes No.2.DoublPI .
Think you're a pretty good golfer? Sand 9 p.m. gee and B. Bednarchik; Klein' ; E. Von Gohren' and R. This Friday, February 14th is Valentine'sDay
Maybe you shoot in the low 40's. Doubles and singles Feb. 23: Madden; and Singles, March 7- r

You might even have a driving urge to play one of the doubles March and 7 at singles 3:30 events p.m. will; team be 10 p.m.; Doubles and singles: March 29 9 p.m. : For the Jewel in Your Life Give Her :
tougher courses in the state such Hill Orlandoor B.. Barrett and J. Riley; C. 10
as Bay
near events, at 6 p.m. and doubles and p.m. R. Boyer and E. Questa; W.
and P. Williams E. Wells =
Port St. Lucie ; Fashion
near Stuart. singles at 9 p.m. B. Fryman and M. Bergh; J. Better and I D. Schuermann; F. Jewelry.
and T. Flowers R.
But. what many people still can't understand is that one Miner said $1,600 would be ; Fasley andG. DcJonghe and C. Knox; R Hewitt Miribito, and T. Garvin; C. Yates
Sheperd D. Duane and J.
of the toughest golf courses that can easily be compared to( awarded to team events and liittenbers; ;R. Williams and B. and V. Vescio; T. Griffith and and, C. Kuehner; I). Roecker' and, Our Necklaces, Bracelets, Earrings, Pins,

either Bay Hill or St. Lucie is sitting right In our own back: $950 in both singles and doubles Amosi; E. Cardinal and 11. Kel B. Volpe; C. Lang and N. De. J. Doerr) ; B. Shaffer and C. Etc., Are the Loveliest Valentines you J'7.Da
Marzio; J. Braun and R. Special; Blackburn; B. Lewis and J. E-
yard.Six months ago. I took a trip through 500 acres of par- Team events, Feb. 22, 12 noon: ler masello; P. Huckleberry W. Anderson and R.and Tons R. F. HUlmaa and G. Carr; B. Vau ell; V. Wulfing and E. Spcnsl; E. can possibly give. Stop in today. _*" ;

tially underwater and what I described as typical Florida Patrick Officers!! No.1; Pat. Anderson; K. Shafer and K. ghn and G, Dawson; D. lender- Yancey and I,. Lacey; C. Thomas .

badlands. It was full of cabbage palm and saw grass. rick Officers, No.2; Broy Hill Stevenson:; W. Kuniscb and R. ion and A. Carlson; J. Gentry' and A. Candolfl; S. Kaplan and '

Harold Murphy, general manager of Royal Oak, and Development; Cocoa R: wl-O. Moyer; W. Byrd and R. Griffin; and D. Albritton; M.! Lenney and D. Marclilnn; B. Jennings and Chambers Jewelers
Rama; South Brevard Teachers; II. Van Winkle H. Webster O. Alderman and II.
John Redman, resident professional, were my guides.I C. II. Adams and G. Whitehurst; ; D. Roberts andB. ;
. asked them, "You're going to make a golf course out Continental bile .Lounge; Don's Mo M., Evans and B. Maier; G. Ter Reynolds' ; W. Sieber and A. Minnasmith; J. DeBruyn and R.
of this? Homes.Team rell and T. Daniels; R. Byrd andL. Henderson; 11. Stowers and R. Gugel; W. Sinclair and W. Bell; "Jvwolry Of The Hatter' Kind" .

Three months later, I took: another tour through the events, Feb. 22, 3 p.m. Rolsom; A. Fischer and R. Lake; W. Sumlin and A. Curry; W Schell and J. Waugh; G, Peterson CONVENIENT TERMS
$. Langgle and P. Bridges; A. and S, Hursey; B. Getting& Pirtle Plane 2477193 :
lay-out and was somewhat surprised to see a golf course RCA, Cocoa; Keglers, Cocoa Marienthal; A. Baggaly and W.
Duane and P. and L. Ma Ire,
shaping up under my nose. Rug and Shade; Auto Repair Doubles and singles, Feb. 29, Bapp; F. Kirk and .
B. Booth.
At that time. I had never played golf. In fact, I was Service; Brand "X";; T. G. Lee 12 noon; I
Team events March
1, 12
laughed at when I didn't know the difference in a green and Dairy; Mitchell! TV; All State E. Koontz and T. Alman; D. er
a Insurance; Budweiser, Gateway; Hardy and C. Gilchrist; G. Few noon;

tee.Redman would say, "Here is going to be a real tough Sprow Realty, Cocoa Beach; Production ell' and B. Malneed; A. Stoner Pan-Am GMRD; Ramon's" Mobile LAST THREE BIG DAYS!!

par three hole," and I would just say "Yes, sure is." (truth- Planning; Auer Roofing; and M. Pelham; B. Gill and P. Homes; BCBA "Dol Ercil-
Elks; T and G Music Vero Cabinet doune Lanes Fletchers' Bums
; Moore; J. Reynolds and H. Walk ;
fully, at that time, I didn't know the difference in a good

and IIwould bad par three hole, so not to make matters complicated Martin and Co.Supply; Hayes; Five Awning Stars No.; er CaroUo; J. Mullins and E. and Ward G.; B.Smith Halbert; L. W.falstaff; Duffy's Traveling Rest.;League Hayes' ; V AwnIng F- BUY THE FIRST TIRE AT OUR "NO TRADE-IN" PRICE
with what said.
just agree was ) 2 No. 1 U Rent It Idiots
; and If. Winn; J. Knox and F. ; ; Bryant
Wednesday, we took our third visit. This time, looking Team events, Feb. 22, 6 p.m Walters; A. Lilly and L. Gibson; Metal Products Showcase
at a golf course from the standpoint of a beginning golfer. fearless Five; LaGrange !Groc W, Allsup and R. Churchill; C. 'Living SatelliU; Florida Wonder-

who now knows the difference in a wood and a wedge. eryhc's; : Friendly Tavern; Woodward and D. Frisbee; J. 'land; Star Advocate; Kathy's i
\ My game for 9 holes will average around 60. And for City Motors, Friday; PLMLE 2nd Brandenburg and C. Gross; C. .Coffee Shop; Glomaster Signs; Get the )

18 holes, occasionally I will reach the 115: mark. Shift; Provost Office EquipmentCo. Lagasse and E. Poff; J. DiGris- Standard r.UUwork; Rathman -

| But, at Royal Oaks, if I could play 150 for 18 I would .; Pan Am ; Palace Bowl; tine and J. Watkins; R. Hemjnestad Chev All-Stars r .

consider myself good enough to hit the pro tours. Belle's Fine Jewelry; B and E and J. Shaffer; B. Alex Team events March 1, 3 .

Now, when Redman would say,. "There's a real tough Shirt Lettering; Junk Men; Pools akis and G. Pringle; 4 Marks; Oscar and Ralph's p.m. ..

par three hole," I believe him. by Bahama; Nisbet StandardOil Doubles and singles Feb. 29, Cafe; Huggina Supply Co.; East-

The greens for each hole look to be a mile wide, especi- ; Nova Cabinet Shop; Indian 2:30: p.m. view Homes; Rhodes Shell Servo '

ally, when you're on top looking down. River Gas; White Head Paint L. Schrodt and R. Sharp; J. ice; First National Bank of Eau e

The first hole, a 403 yard par 4, is enough to throw my Co.; Robert A. Conner; SorobanNo. Roberts and T. Bair; D. Tompkins Gallie; Titusville Tile and Teraszo 1\ :

score by at least 10 strokes. It doglegs to the right, and no 13.Team. and W. Clark; B. Holland ; Space Printing Int., O. K. :
doubt, it will take a tremendous second shot to make it near Events, Feb. 22, 9 p.m.. and A. Raines; E. Bragg and Tires; Peaks Plumbing; WMMB;

the !green.;: The main obstacle slowing the ball, will be the Floorco; Mathers Bake Shop; A. Crockett( ; E. Huffman and B. ABCO Concrete; Gateway Lanes,,

lake l which is 45 feet wide, and as stated before, will take Laveys Has BeensIac'; : Pro Holmes; D. Deslover and J. Showcase U"inBowl Nor: !HotRods
flood second shot to reach home. Shop; First Mortgage Corp.; Ad. Branum; H. Ross and W. Sayre; ; City Motors; Aliens Amusement
lake 110 feet ger Smith Well Drilling; Bobs G. Walters and F. Thurlow; ; Cutters Drugs;
t JJo. 2.-a .IBS yard p lr.J hole_ has nearly Southside Garage; Mark RealtyCo.
Younger and Warren Fischer
wide which means it will take a pretty good first shot in the ;
; Breedloves Texaco; Titus and Blackburn; R. Proctor and Team events March 1, 6 p.m.
air to get over. The green is sloped and bas two bunkers ville Auto Parts; Teds Southern 11. Richards; A. Dunlap and N. Southern Bell Telephone Co.

extending in front. Despite sand traps guarding the greens Service Goodyear Service Store; Haines; M. Mahone and B. Eau Gallie; Oceanside Sundries; I

all of them are open. Harmon's Hams; Little Tavern; Gunn; W. Stevens and G. Gregory Auer Roofing; Bowl Mor; Bryan-
No. 3 hole, is another big fellow 545 par 3 that first Ira Varnum Construction; John ; F. Fant and P. Balberchak; Conway and instead Inc., T ,P 1
curves off to the right, then back to the left, then back ny'S8.1 Club; New Smyrna H. Rillstone and R. Lewis; C. and G Music. No.1 1; Eau Gallie

rfght to the green. In the fairway lire five large humps Rambler; Youngker Construction Waltman and J. King. Causeway Bait and Tackle Mer-

that are various hazards for any golfer and a small lake is ; Doubles and singles, Feb. 20, row Well Drilling; Ace Crane fsres1os "
located to the right of the green. Of course, there are bunkers Doubles and singles, Feb. 23, :3 I p.m.F. Service; Gateway Lanes No.1; :
12 noon Southern Gun Exchange Halts
on both sides of the greens. ; Johnson and E. Evans; F. ;
Scooting on to No. 4, which is a 420 yard par 4. There is J. Smith and J. Gadd; U. Hopwood and D. Nunimaker; N. Bait and Tackle Shop; Satellite

water on the left of the fairway, water on the right, a fair- Teems and J. Linville; M. Stringer Morrison and G. Gabik; J. C. Traveling Team; Citizen's Bank; HJJNYLONAIRE

way trap, with a high green that has bunkers on the left and and W. Hjown; U. Barton and Borden and R. D. Prince; S. M. Patrick Insurance; Deese Class; .

right. In other words, tee shots, plus fairway shots have to E. Lyon; D. Chester and C. Ilerndon and R. I. Flint; M. Lust 60 Minute Cleaners; Early Birds; .
Cripe T. Stem and T. Lawson R and R Roof Tile Co., .
be right( down the center of the fairway or you're in trouble. ; ; and C. Lust; E. Bristol and J. 6 11llWHITEWALLS
B. Blair and J, Platt D. Bluth
The fifth hole is what Murphy and Redman both calleda ; Blackerby; J. Blounts and B. Team events: March 1, 9 a.m. .
and C. Sherman I. Varnum andZ.
tough par 3. Again, with traps on the right and left of Rizer; B. Ferguson; and J. Shackett; K. Hollingfield and C. Joe Seller's Amusements; BLACKWALLSTh1
the green, and water on the left, this hole is laid out with Heber D. Troutt; J .Davis and J. Butler; Belk's Sporting Goods; P.idwels-
; Cunningham and T. .
such contours in the land that it appears nearly impossibleto Tufano; S. Simmons and B. A. Duncan and L Jowers; H. er, Satellite; Magnolia/ Liquors; TUBELESS for housand11 rubber
it off the sand Amos and T Cramer: M. Zimmerman First National Bank; Gateway ol
without into water.
hit the green rolling or Crow; II. Bristol and R. Auer; strs m .
After playing No. 5, plans are now, to construct a small J. Mince and B. McAllister; Is!, and A. Beaudoin; B. Lanes; Gus Faulk Chev.; Fire. TUBED-TYPE ..

attractive bridge over one end of the lake for golfers to park Fioccoprile: and R. Hoar; P. Nar-
their carts on one side, and walk across to No. 6. kates and B. Cochran; D. Riggle BUY NOWI DON'T MISS THIS : ,

The sixth hole, 345 yard par 4, has a fairly wide fairway and B. Kincaid; C. Price and B. RACING NIGHTLY ; U.I0. P.M. OUTSTANDING "LIMITED TIME" OFFER! .
mostly straightaway with some contours in the fairway.No. Canfield; (EXCEPT SUN.)

7, which has a 200 yard double tee with No. 3, Is Doubles and! singles, Feb. 23, iiT era u. rlllf:' IndTIet .

what Redman called one of the best par five holes in the 2:30: p.m. 1"1"0" NO LIMIT GUARANTEE Ira+/ T.ae4 Ir/eYe eu.aw olw.u 14.s7 Ra :
southeastern section of the United States. One of the long- A. Cirack and W. Sasko; G. r 1'0-1' Tubty .n." 's.oo .
Kocmkian and W, Coleman; P. is honored by thousand and thousand of iPW al.ea II ILIA SAO '
est holes on the course, :525 yard par 5, requires another TuaN.u e
fatttont dealt'l l and earns M IN Unlltd SlItM t
good hit of at least 175 yards to get safely across the water. Brady and H. Sinclair; W Rogers T and Canada ......._ you Cavil. t11!! !!- T b I u Wnitss _.0.I' .,.00 :
Once reaching the other side, you are hitting nearly blind and J. McCullough; T. Davis MATINEES 'run until SMiurii M MM m .Map.. M assist 10-14 T.e I.n aaskw t H7.IS '1.00 :
and G. WickeR; P. Brock and R. --.r.. --- 1/W/4/ Tub.4oWhIUw.II to./s .500 .
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small hill and here have the of ;
option going
over a you ww.r w..w vwww.vw .
Webb J. Mercer and J. Me- =:== .
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over a lake, or taking the long trip and hit your ball around.No. WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY
Guire C. Williams :
and H.
8, 205-yard par-three, has approximately 11,000 Brown; B. Pfelfer and C. Living 0- AND SATURDAY 2 P.M. I;"=;; =- II U' .. J 4 I Just *ay V p ay. WeeklYI-, Semi" ..

square feet of green. Two-five pointed sand traps guardthe ni; D. Davis and D. Rewerts; A. rrrrrr- rare w.r..r CHARGE ITMonthly', oe MonthT,'
green, making' it more difficult to approach.The Smith and R. Frazie; J. Lisle andE. .

ninth hole at Royal Oak. which end up near the McCormick; B. Oaks and L.
club house Is another 378 par 4. It has a lake that extends Lovett; R. Jones and R. Higgins; ALL TIRES MOUNTED FREE a.m. p.m. ;

all the way from near the tee to the green on the right side. E. Patterson and J. Buchert; R. SEMI-FINALS TONIGHT! Fast Service by Tire Experts Friday Til! 9 p.m. ;

Again a straight shot would be a necessity, for me. Fulham and H. Uanweiler; W

We ended our trip on the first nine and will go back to Schetrom: and L. Buchanan; J. LADIES' NIGHT TOMORROW .
rl.r4 M itwwn Nmtatw iMmj mnniHMly pkW *flmtw/ tolm t4* U Mnfc tfMfcm MtpWrInf *M nraMMW rip
Iqok at the other nine soon. Cox and J. Bowman; GLASS-ENCLOSED HO TED GRANDSTAND

Opening of Royal Oak is planned for the first of ApriL Doubles' and singles, Feb. 23, LUXURIOUS dLU HOUSE QL.a e p ,
"Right now, we need three weeks of consistent growing S p.m.; VALET P RKINGS.rryl V l
weather and the grass would be near perfect on the first E. Lee and G. Parnell; D. Wallace Mlnersl 109 HOPKINS Q '
nine" Redman said. and R. Little; N. Barbs and Corner Orang*

"Consistent growing weater Is considered an average B. Bondorf; B. Sanduskjr and 267.4150 ., ,.,qjr .
O. K. Thackrey G. Marshall ? ? Appliances .
ol 74 degrees," he pointed out. ; andR. ir"' .
Standon; II. Burr and T. Hal Sporting Good* .
The things and somewhat unusual are the
loran; N. Adock and J, Kidd; II. a Lawn & Gander ,
rolling and It is tolive ,
land possible
tough-appearing greens.
Bonner and J.
Anderson; J .Pitt. Bicycles .
Radio TV
an uphill, downhill float or side hill lie, all on the man and H. Schindehette; G. L CLilB CftH A CHAR C ACCOUNT Car AccatsorlesTITUSVILLE'S .,

fairway. Lacey and H. Harmon; B. Brown 1:
Green shots will never be the same twice. Some of the and C. Rethwitch; L. Byad and HWY. -12 OUTSTANDING CAR SERVICE CENTER, I

greens are partially flat, while others are rolling and have C. Tillotsoo; A. Branford and LOW PRICES EASY TERMS TOP QUALITY .
Midway IttwtM I rlH4 S Ofl. .
hazards on all sides. ... Miller; J. HeNearny and J. .

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,. i TItv..III.'Ud( ) Star. Adwecet. W* department, bringing the totalto Titusville l Police Departmentand

Dirty Ditch Is YMCA Formation Receives ed Five six above of now these make officers up the mention chief throughout among Chief law Drown the enforcement state are highly An Inspector bodies rated.

with the highway patrol told
and his staff officers shannon
e Subject Of Big is now Lt. Bohannon, and the Star Advocate several years
,rxri Marshal ago that the Chief: had kept recants -
Threlkeld, Johns and
Provisional Boar BoostA are Sgts each with a different to such an extent that it was
Council Confab shift with several patrolmen tnviid among other agencies m
under:! his direction the state

Another ditch problem came before Robin<<: Green till Is at his "We can go to his files any.
the city council again here North Brevard YMCA seemsto the amount of public supportfor at the mating that the 'Y' in post of keeping law and order In time," the Inspector said I "and
e w4 be well on its way to reality a North Brevard YMCA. North Brevard will be of a the Negro section of Titusvilleand fin I the record we are lookingfir
1r'ter last night at Paul Israel of Hood from indications of public with recommended to the time he came with
approvai family type : up
,stiSIGNS> Bert McIntosh* Titusville attorney ] U a highly respected man
Avenue, Indian River City area, at Monday evening s participation by all member of among' his own people. fie TitUkVillo department."
bitterly protested the city's "do meeting of persons! Interested in presided as chairman of the family Discussion from :From the original five police t;\cn with: the tremendous task
ing nothing to a ditch that ii formirg" a 'Y' here The the Monday night meeting The thjse attending such that
/. was officers serving 2500: () resident, of h:.ni ding his force to take (are
make infested mosquito breeder meeting was held at Citizens. principal speaker was Walter an evident indication of great the Titusulle Police Departmenthas of the added;! populace through
overgrown unsightly Bank, Southworth. executive secretaryof interest lies in a wide range of grown to a strength of 16 consolidation, Chief Brown is still
Israel laid that something of a A provisional board of direr the South Brevard YMCA local residents. officers with a supplement of 21 the same rotund, jovial and accomndatmg -
nature needed
that permanent the problem was wouldn't t so tonUS nominated and will bo A resolution: was reduced: Attending: this meeting were police auxiliarymen, serving voluntarily fellow that he was 17
tlnue to come up and suggested. a submitted for approval to the and passed that a North Brevard Vernon L. Jansen, Mr. and Mrs. to augment the strength years ago when all he had to( con
public at the next meeting Feb. branch: of the YMCA should enlist Robert Lehman McIntosh. Sou of the department In serving cern him was keeping the cows
gravel, concrete, asphalt! or other
:'. material bottom, 21, which will be open to the and have the backing of a thworth, John Miller, Hubert some 20004) res dents. out of town and keeping an eye
pnbl c. This meeting will be an majority' of civic and church organua Johnson, Rev Arnold Claus In 1950 ther: was one policecar out for those smart alecky""
f lie laid that he had been prom. indication to the board as to ions. It was pointed out Murray Sann Virginia Potts. in the department. Today Yankee speeders on their way to
iced, city maintenance but thatit Dr. Claude Godwin Keith there are five marked tars and Miami :finch: tile Palm Beaches
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ever teen lie laid the ditch was 3-2 Vole Defeats Attempt For Robeson Shirley Elston, Rita .
Improperly sloped and the water Novnlnv. William T. Smith Jr,. DAVIS LAWN SPRAY
William S.
Kinncdy Rev. Ed
) wouldn't run olf Norman, Doyle Frisbee Jr.. Ray I LL' IFWEIIAYE TO5TOMP

After a lengthy discussion, Utility Regulation OrdinanceAn Winstead, Dr. and Mrs\ Olson fM Chinch

councilman James Pritchard said and Rev. Joe Boat*right. ) TNT Bugs
that he dun! feel that the city attempt to have an or "If we can do something that i
could I spend a lot of money on this dmanee drafted to require all will! help us and the people involved Fungus
particular) ditch when there were utilities in the city to have standby or do something the Mims Lillie 1.184
many others In the city that also! pumps in case of emergency date or county( can't t do, I'm for e Worms
needed attention, failed on a 3.2 vote in the city it, but if this Is Just a move to 1r

PROCLAMATION Mayor Ed Kittles signs I ritchard then suggested,; a reiolution council last night.Councllma pas an ordinance) to "look good., League To MeetJay o Fertilization
roll call month for then I'm against it, he emph
proclamation declaring February as of ncceisity be drawn up /\ Randy Nunnally
District 39 Florida Nurses Association Looking on is to see If the ditch could be per requested the action, pointing wizcd. Campbell President of the, .
Miss Ann Draa, roll call chairman and recently installed manently fixed and financed by out that the state and county Willis also! questioned whether Titusville Little League will| -- -- ---- ---- -- --- ---- ----- -

second vice president for the organization of registered tin assessment basis with abutting apparently haven t been able or not any other utility company meet with parents and Mims :z WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL txIo
r nurses property, owners paying for the ri' such operating in the city should be Junior Baseball Association officials
improvment. quire pumps so recognized. Thursday night to discuss coa IM o,. <
But councilman Ed Willis aslc Max the possibility of obtaining a < >
Then the city attorney
This was passed by a H 1 vote
Nurse Month Proclaimed Here with councilman Randy Nunnally ed if such an ordinance couldbe Brewer was asked for a repot t on national charter for the Mima uo .

voting against it, but it prompted enforced negotiations between the city Association e and she'll love you for it en
ii I Titusville Mayor) Ed Kitties recently proper recognition to the nursesof another resident of Hood Ave. and Flut Florida and First Florid W S fappy Austin Comrnissioncr .

finned a proclamation, the area cue, Ron Schutz, to question Busy B's Printers : a Utilities Inc. for the purchase of the Mims Junior Baseball ; .
I declaring: February as "roll call" Miss Ann Draa, second.vice. whether or not the city owned the In Titusville of the firm water and Association said the meeting M
month for District 39, Florida president, District 39, who was ditch Open sewer systems in the city will be held at the Fire House at

Kuisrs; ( Association.The on hand for the signing of the One of the new firms) Brewer said that he had made 7:30 p.m. :x:: 2-DOOR/ d
piodamutlon points out proclamation, also urges all re He pointed! out it was dug by many changes in a draft of a The Mims youngsters have been
that the Fl >iIda Nurses Asiocla gistcred nurses in the area to the property developer, but that opening constantly In North Brr purchase contract proposed by playing the past few years as 2
tion is the professional body through join the organization, Anyone! he didn't know if It had been accepted yard, is Busy B's Printing Colj[ First Florida, and \that he was just a group of teams, but, since y Cu.F.STOACE o
which local registered nurs desiring Information should call by the county prior to con Inc?, located at Jack Transfcf to confer with attorneys for the the organization is growing and I
It;; w
cs work for improvement of her at 267.1424 or Mrs, Vir aolidation or by the city after and Storage warehouse on Buffalo firm tomorrow or Friday gaining new members officials Usta2incler y

aur'sing for citizens and in the glnia Lamb at Jess Parrish Memorial consolidation.This Road. : "I hope to have the contract said they would like to be re 4'a w; 'e I
development of new nursing{ ospital: question will be looked In. The firm, specializing in letrtei for purchase ready for the cityin cognized with the National Little
techniques; that nurses play a Miss Draa also reminds pco to by city attorney Max Brewer, .-press and! offset printing has the near future perhaps at League, >
vital role in the health and wel pie that the recently scheduled who was Instructed to draw up as its president, Edward II Ben- the Text meeting," Brewer said M
fare of) citizens: and! visitors, that opening of the new pediatric the resolution of necessity zcnhafer His father Howard G. Councilman Bill Walker askedif IT'S ONWHEELS

all nurses are called on to be. wing at the hospital could not Upon the suggestion of councilman Benzenhafer. associated with the It wouldn be better to put off POLICEContinued i'4It
come affiliated with the a.- have been accomplished without Kill Walker, the council Star Advocate for the past 17 such an ordinance to the next
soctitlon. the registered nurses in the last night approved formation ofa years, is vice.presiednt, Mrs. 11\\* meeting because of the pending ( From Page 1)) !

Kittles culls on people to give area committee,. appointed by the C Benzenhafer, secretary and negotiation, but Nunnally said '
Mrs Edward or and rising to protect her 2.500residents t' Rolls out
be believed action needed
mayor, composed of at least one was
treasurer when the occasion de- ;
member of) the Junior Woman's *_ "now" and made a motion for rI M
11 Council Okays( Line Extensions Club, one member the Jay Edward Bcnzenbeftr vfa$ such an ordinance Walker aec mapded.In 1954{. George Johns't joined i for easycleaning
sees, and others; to study the formerly employed by the tar- ended it and the two were the the' department replacing Ben I IQ Iz I M MI
Approval) was given agreetii ':'he city's plan is to "oversize' civic center problem and Invest!. Advocate and Carter PrintingCo only ;lanes\ to vote for it Willis, zenhafer, who resigned to takea ,
".nt. last: night to extent! i and newer \lines to four new subs be of sufficient eizc for future that Pride was already doing years in opposition. at the Cape Later, in : : ,
di L>im<, located along Single growth The present develop. this, but the new committee was ( ------ "- a waxing! N
tin Avenue north and west, of ere will' Pay only their share of also approved id addition! I F
\1\0'\ Arthur Dunn Airpark the li/o line it would t take to M
A reements were worked out nerve their area High prices down ? oI: :: I x
; ; u- got
1 b:. Lie city coun il with the d<_. AUo during last lIIIht'a! meet I If f have real estate I you FULL-WIDTH .4
n.1 L I;,; s of Luru !Heifibti, Dale's ing 'the c>,' nol) saw initial plan InQ PORCELAIN
Addition< to Cirdcndale, andfch for a trailer paik subdivision Ino
sell If
to or you are = MODEL CTASir-J
.,. 'v Oak for joint' financing area in this northwest section of I s CRISPER!
,.t a largo sewer lift station to the city and,I gave tentative approve looking for choice real I3\ i ON i rNEI 4
take care of all three areas, ) to the layout with final t' Inb :>/ SMALLEST ,4 r
Cy 89-6.
J freezer
Another I&reemcmwas approved approval( to come after engineering estate, use our class!* o'\ KITCHEN
with developers of the for wailer and sewer service, w f 16.3 so. ft shelf area '
Sharpe; property for service to streets, etc, is completed and] I i:; Magnetic doors

that area, which will require a given okay by proper city departments fled columns, 4 fu :g Separate butter bin full Featured!
separate lift station, t ox

Up to your ears In Does your car have Think all extras have 4+A rtt: t W

car bills? hollow legs? price tags? I uui Price O. 12 Ft. Cembinatian,,

Moat cars cost too much to Why throw away money Rambler extras at no extra :0 Start
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Indian River.City South Titusvillo Happenings I I BREVARD'S OLDEST HOTPOINT DEALER

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'teenagers Enjoy Sweet 16 Party'L bA f' k kto

for the Valentine of Your Life!
Saturday' February 8th, rtay outdoors, the entire group Fernandez's home for several
jDin r Rodriguez, daughter' ofMr moved inside and the laughs months and wanted to buy a tII
and Mrs. William RodriguezI tame quickly and loudly at the home here, but could not find 0 M:
I I 11 r20; () Hardy Street, celebrated games and hi.jinks that followed.A anything to suit. At that time he .01
1161h( birthday. Mfi and Mrs noteworthy fact which tells us Indian River City was >
Jlxliigucz! honoring their daughTqi stand out in this gathering was just a littto village and a quiet' t .' 0 \ t toa d:!
', gave a Sweet! Sixteen. Party Mitt 'all of the boys Invited to cne at that. He remembers Ar .
Hoi! "'l1lelwere Invited some 26 this supper, except Butch Gra Coquina: Avenue (Old Orlando r.It"r.Io
tlpr teenagers to help her celo- ham, were airmen on duty at Road) as a thoroughfare on "
'brats Patrick AFB. All these young which. about 10 automobiles per N t:!
w The: theme of the decorations airmen were of the ages between day traveled, and he marvelednow W 0 t'1
"Vim t lavender, and so were the 18 and 20(), and Muriel says they at the size and growth of ;: H
e. 'tUi\ Iced In lavender icing. ful that a home was opened to of traflie on Coquina .R \ NEW-IIULfL'ULa' oI

.life cake. Most of the gifts were the Base with other young In Hospital w $ + 'dz
tn lavender Including the wrap- pCOile.) Two of our citizens have re
"pins. Lavender predominated cently been confined In Jess tk 2-SPEED y
'leiau> *? that is Dilia's favorite Sweetheart Banquet Parrish Memorial Hospital and ,)1I '

valor Even an orchid which was Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m. are doing( as well as can bt ex -...... L.r--. ... .. .. A .., ,_. ,--- 7 AUTOMATIC WASHER -
JJlvcn to her was In keeping with the Young People and the Inter. pected. They are Mattle Lou .
the color scheme mediates of Central Baptist Davis, wife of Bill Davis ofKtatr ENJOY PARTY-Helring Dilia Rodriguez Fred Decker, Ed Kellar, Charlene Oue- 1 all l 5 tov
? .).ate arrival who missed being Church will hold their "Sweet. Avenue, one of our local celebrate her 15th- birthday and enjoying lette, Pam Nidy, Johnny Barnhill, Imo- .-- I gives you
photographed were: John heart Banquet" in the recrea- firemen. She la in Hospital for her 'Sweet Sixteen Party' were, gene Bandy. Back row-Bob Gass!!, Don these extraqualityfeatures
"plttman, Clyde Pittrnan .arid. tion room at the Church There observation and surgery Joe left; to right: Front row Leslie Lepine, Cozart, John Wise, Harold Bandy, Jack _
Wayne Miller i t will be a fried chicken dmner, Shlnpaugh of Prifchard Avenue, Judy Dickinson, Linda'SarjHusky, Jeannie Powell, Bob Gato, George Morford, Paula !
followed by a Fellowship Hour Is In the hospital for observation Puckett, Dilia, Dcnelda Scott, Margaret Evans, Tony Helms!!, Jeannine Hoskins.
r Swope. Second row =- JHm Robertson,
Another BirthdayA during which the Sweetheart and treatment HMOCO.
small party was given hon. King find Queen will be crowned l/l''Gl/ ,
firing> Vicki Merriam on her 9th with and appropriate cere Coquina Variety Show Care of Teeth. As hs answ re.< H D. WorkshopThe Same 30 ladies from various for nls r out
pomp tasting ctfonand
birthday by her parents, Mr and monies. After thnt the young The public is cordially Invitedto many questions' cO ,cer)1in.) t Council of Home Demonstration Home! Demonstration Clubs in Pushbutton rust p of
l.frtl, Ed Merriam of 203() Harrison men and women will hear a attend the Coquina Variety movie, he emphasized the threi! Clubs in Brevard County this county were present at these and spIn selection cf agitation/ '
bad C's (Cake, Candy and Cook workshops From Indian River speeds
Strict, Saturday afternoon. guest speaker for the occasion. Show on Thursday February13th held a "Copper Tooling" and a UShbutton
e Enjoying: the games, hot dogs, at the Coquina Elementary let) cause the teeth to decay and "Plastic Molding" workshop at City there were attendingMrs. rinse selection of wash aM '
"Ifft cream and cake were: Harriet From Miramar School auditorium Coquina also he stressed that acid in foodsis the Agricultural Center, West Mary Burns, !Mrs[ Sue ( Partal{ water.load temperatures
Clonts, Tommy and Bobby students will perform acrobatics, very harmful. King Street, Cocoa last Monday Set I.R.C. NEWS On Page 7-B control saves water t
r ,J'ntchard, Bruce, Jon and David Recent visitors to our city from pantomimes, group singing, vocal I 3 deterrent, bleach y
r lItch. On hand to help with Miramar, near West Hollywood, selections, dramatic readings, '1 heavily, wash,' cycles' for /igh/ (, medium M
dhe, game., was Vicki's brother, South Florida, were Mr. and baton and ballet routine. The IQ soiled toads r
jyjnco. Mrs. Robert McKim and children admission charge of 2Sc will be : MI' <
Pat Kathy, Bobby and Buz. Q
-- used to purchase more physical
From Illinois Mrs. Edna Klaus, mother of education( equipment for the iW3wPLENTY M
I 'Mrs. Martha Hamilton, from, Mrs. McKim, had been visitingfor school. The show will begin at KNOWNwvrs
Decatur, Illinois, is visiting her several l weeks with her oldfriend' '7:30: p.m. and will consist of about titRE 1 L4 2 IN ALL PORCELAIN N
I daughter, Mrs Rita K, James, Mrs Lucy Fernandez of 33: acts. 0
':who lives at the Scapa Hotel. 409() W Coquina Avenue and the STOCK WASHERS STARTS
'This Is Mrs. Hamilton's first McKims came to take her Dental Health' Week to AT "4I
mother home to Hollywood. THAT LASTS. It' Psrtl.l-Load Control eaves :I:
to this area of Florida. Pre. On Wednesday last, Dr. Colom .
piously &Irs James lived }in Sarasota Bob McKim told us that in bo visited Stage 1 Classrooms at t f] water, dttorgtnt, bleach M
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where her mother spent 1S55 he-lived here in Indian River the Coquina Elementary School. 65% KODEL* POLYESTER 35% COTTON 9 Under Lint Fllttr >
Jtveral; winter.. Mrs. Eamilton I I City In the house next to Lucy He showed a movie film on the o Triple,Action Rinsing W/T
has another daughter who jives 'SHIRTWAIST DRESSES N1 M
in Tampa and she will visit her
etote returning to Illirtol. I Irirtpfil i bl n
next. : Skillet .01
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\us, the,,scene Saturday nigbt,of '
a ip Rh6ttl supper, j A \wal, of LIGHTEST
'(4 youngl4eogla-ateudaaasA. la.. LiverQItIOfS'- o' e Superbly' tailored..rxtra quality features BRIGHTEST Ij
wonderful "suppef.- That grouf) skirta1 h; 3" 6' deep ,j
1. 154" swoop :. 'ms lp .. II-
tit chaperoned by Mr and Mrs. / eelfUlts t 'BEST'' :
With: Mashed Pota oea. Pinked 1<'3n111... titchcd
Clivde Graham,;,and, her% th.t,; s 11 .e iie
t. 1(. Jt rman. : Cole! Slaw"99c Wash} and wear broadcloth..little i ironing
Present at this Supper wer{: r ;; Bluo, pink, maize or white
Janlti I!!! Lee, Kathy, Thomas, Nina i i 4 +t f I A. Cluster Pleated for Mksw!, step-in with zipper
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Johhs, Karen Graham, Rene ,
IJiimon, A 2/c John Joca Jr? I B. Scliiflli Embroidery for Junior! with back interest : :
A 2/c Wayne Walters, A 3cJoseph : short sleeves Sizes 5 to 15. 0 r rW
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Roman, A tfC Michael C Pin Tucks, Lace Trim for women sizes 14'4! to ::
(cjulnlan, A 2c/l Frank Kelsey, FOR ALL DAY FRIDAY 24t/J';: for misses sizes 10 to 20. <
A Sell Ken Hailer and Butch ; uo
:After enjoying .a hearty meal The Fish You Can Eat ,f + rrito CJw
of spa.hcttend\ meat balls, French Fries I1 ; -
stair. JatUc bread and coffee, Col. SlawButtered 69 C < / 4t c
Roll ., ,
1h e ,young/ people divided into ELECTRIC rN
two; and i e
groups participated, t'1
a; lively scavenger ]hunt, 'AI I RANGE yZ
crackling fire in the oul-dubrj j Z 1: m 1 pN Mkl9 N kR /

Replace. provided warmth between -' / FOR ONLY 0
dances on the lawn. When Pirtle Plata Tlluatllla
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Dry Square Cut Lb. 45c
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Mayonnaise: j"; 49c I Halibut Froien Steaks White Flaky. .Sliced. . . Lb 55c. Lamb. Rib Chops . Lb. 79c "Super Spate Right'Ribs Wettern. .Meaty. .Pork. . Lb. 35c I
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Grade J Juice I 2 1 Pint 69C I Quick Spanish Frozen Mackeral Hlldlo"n. . . Lb. 25c at Wklole Half Lamb Legs. "Lb. 69c Super Right"Beef Dallcloui, SmokedSliced 3 <-ot. Pkg.. $1.00 II

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Salisbury Steak F 19l ,9<1 t 44c .

Onion gravy,potatoes, buttered mixed ) YOU DECIDE WHO HAS THE b 5"
Mh.vegetablei, hot rolls and butter

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Evangelist Bill Shaw/ To Conduct I srartfr txrrr"a' Hel depression s east A tension pain.: Bo.I '12KO.rSX:,,: I 45c Size I I Mtd. Site Mercurochrome 17c

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First Baptist Revival ServicesEvangelist tablets.--1 125 cl. IC I o(r D'egu 0" S"'p'fIOr "' 37c 45c
MiSS/De\J\; 'Sa".' H.tit
Dill Saw: of Shrc- Qurtnborouih Baptist Church of Pertussin Cold Fighters BROMOSELTZERSpetd 6 f9CiL 9
veport. La., will be the guest Shrjviport; Evangelist Ed Wil1 -j .
minister fur revival services at 1 Tams! of Shreveport! and others. Hydrogen C""' '". large bottle.Two '
First Baptist Church Titusville, Mode for the revival will be I : Vaporizer Spray! Suppositories PEROXIDE :
February 16-23. under, the! diicclinn of Jack Price,
Shaw, born in New: trtean.) ', a iwtivo rt l.oiiMlanu and student No push fussjustw. button __ I Carter sPills 49c
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eight years and began preachingat :Jirars'i.i'l' : Texas and minister of :' :: .0%; t C 23c n""lobl'I..3.,, *" '
16. lie was licensed by the music in Cherokee Park Baptist 18 -- ---
Qucenborrush; Baptist Church, Church of Shreveport 4, ACJIN 33Cjar f 12 39C Pint
Shreveport tie attended Ouachita Baptist HAPPY Cough SMOKERS

East College Texas( Arkadklphla BnptNt: CjIUge.Ark.,Marshall and- BIRTHDAYThursday 3V4-c r.r.98c [!1 LARGEST STOCK( VALENTINE E CANDY C TAMPA

Texas. He hu served ai February 13 Bag 25 CIGARSSAY
pastor in Arkansas. and Louisiana IN B REV A RD COUNTY! .
and entered the field of Mrs. Bethel! Swink
evonficlioin in July 190J. He has Gloria( Lee Partelow "I LOVE YOU" WITH CANDY CUTTERS'S STOCK ISGuaranteed .. -( .

preached In churches of oil sizes Fred Randy Feagan Ziegler Fresh : [ ." Pliofilm bag keeps
and has' served as guest speaker N
{for and many revivals.Baptht Youth Retreat Bobby Brown 14 ...__. > HEART BOXES c to $Sl 0.00 : fn0 alVPct'. t5 them factory fr.sh.J .
Friday. February
Evangelist Shaw comes highly
Mrs. N. M. HamrickMri. Antibiotic Throat i
recommended by such ministers es 9 8CISODETTES w
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at Dr. Robert (l. Lee, former Robert Dlnzham 2 9 8 : :
pastor of BeL'ovue Baptist Ella Mae CarlleChirlw go tubes I
1 Church Memphis, Tenn.. and Linder Price Rogularepepock..b f.;..., ,._.. j ja.
t president/ vl the Southern Baptist UVtie: Bell Futch !
Convention; Or. J. Harold] Smith Mrs. Christine Lindroso I ,
outstanding evangelist and radio Dianne Johnson Anafrin Sustained Action "\
p.ble; Hour minjster; Dr. Stanley Mrs E. R Shealey 2/24 Cold Capsules SMOKING A PIPE?
Jordan, vice president Louisiana/ Mrs. E. )Knickrchm
I Pock 12 (W-doy's supply] 1.29
Baptist! Convention and pastor of Mr* Carol Keltring Assorted BRIARS 99c
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:. Rufus r. Wilson manager of'' I lY ''f gt ,

t.:.e Veterans Administration .
St 'I Only the top gradti of U S Govrnrrint
Petersburg Re tonal Office today FULLY graded b..} wears the "
+ gave: .4 word of caution to I W.O ih' tld. Plac.d .m trrpratur
veterans who may own homes c ntioll.d eooltrt, W.0 beef I II
guaranteed: under the VA's Loan og.d to th< very peak of Under,
!t Guaranty Program. i flavorful goodn u by noturt sawn
Wilson started any such veteran proc.u while (till fr.jh.
who may be 'onllidering disposal I I
of his house should be extrcmely I
careful to protect his I I BEEF
future financial situation Merely
acting' ;: his GI home does not relieve STORES ,1 -., COLONIAL
the veteran of his liability > CHUCK -
to the Veterans Administration, I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED! g < :L5a" SELECT
Witznn sn d, A number of cases PRICES GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 15TH '
have arisen where the veterans WINN' .ala.TORIb' INC,-COPTRI.xt-.... FROZEN R 0 as t 4 8'
fold I hh home the buyer default. .

I ed\ on the, l leaving:loan resulting a deficiency in foreiliiure (for. REG S4e GROUPER FILLETS EXTRA LEAN BEEF SHORT

which the veteran is liable to F R Y. E R S

the The VA.veteran may be releasedof Fish . L6.39; Ribs I e e L6. 38;

his liability provided certain
things arc done before he disposes REG. 45* SUNNL.ND FRESH PORK ROUND BONE SHOULDERRoast..u
of 1U. home If his loan REG. 39' LB. -
I Is current the purchaser obligates Sausage 39; 58
; himself by contract t to( pur LIMIT 3 AT THIS f' 2 "
.. chase his property and assume PRICE WITH $2.50 :
liability the purchaser:: satisfies MORE 1:1' FRESH GROUND DAILY EXTRA LEAN
p? tho VA he Is a good credit: risk, ,,
the veteran can obtain a release 39?
f cf his .liability. provided the hold Gr.BeefS f PKG.u. $198
cr of his mOl t\lage\ and tie, VA FRESH BOSTON BUTTS PORK ,
[iboth: agree He may apply for a
;'; nlcTc from liability by sending '. '- T '
," Roast. u 39 : j. :L.t : :
a written request to the Loan e
i Guaranty Ol liter, Veterans Administration '
505. Jackson: Florida 32201. '
Thp only other safe way, Wilson Cocktail 3 FOR 79/ o. Nsi FROZEN
affirmed is for the veteran N 1 1I
tJ arrange: for( the GI loan to be I
paid in full.Scout .

1 Council EXT.RA r 1 caeAka": UftF.R I AN A : Berries .. 3 Cups 1.

2) EXTRA STAMPS with COOK QUICK Brcad d s ; MORTON Chlck.n, Beet Turkey. Salisbury, Ham, M.or Loaf
!k Formed In 1922 Veal I I-Lb Pka' 69 LAND 0' SUNSHINE (Reg 590) '
Dinners 8 9

'' Boy The Scouts Central of America Honda, has Council been, Ham or Beef 3 39s. $1.1 B U T T E R t I Ice Cream MORTON Apple. ChurfP.aEhCgconut,

|V( ref pins: :hlc for Scouting in;the : Family $
seven countries of) Brevard, Fruit PiesBEN 3 1.
Limit l With Size
(%s Flager Volusia Osceola Orange Q
,,::0* Seminole and Lake, anal .. $5.food HILL GRIFFIN (CONCENTRATE)
: I: nira of 6.If8 square miles, sincelit 50 Extra Top Value Stamps '- order t Y2 '
i June 7, 1922! when it received its WITH THIS COUPON. AND PURCHASE Of Lb 4 9 I t Gat 49 F e Orange NIP 1 Cons 99
... first charter (son: the National TNRtxa. FROttN TASTL 0' [A I 1
,. Council ai Number 83 in the Un Fish Slicks t ,
!tad Slates, GOOD TH"U,..."u"", ..eTN .
The Scout council:( is now in AT ANY WINN.DIXII '
partnership withover 300 in'titutions --tl.-- ,--\tll' 1j 1- .i. t.!.:!' rmo. A. ,_
: which sponsor 135 Cub
Packs 2C3( Boy Scout Troops, r
and 53 Explorer( Units. This i

enrollment tmblnll'lun, of represents 12.C04 boys an active and 1 50 Extra Top Value Stamps t, SAVE 5Ka* EACH VAN CAMP (Limit 3 with $5. order or.moil)' 1\ '1 ;r ..
3854 volunteer adult leaders at J

.I the sary start year of this 64th Anmver ONC Bar Pita-B-FROtx Q .Chicken PI iLLttunv Pork & Beans CCO 9SAVE ,; ; t) 'i

In north Brevard county the Qooo THRU Fi .UAa. If THAT .
Canaveral: District administersthe ANY WINN-DIXIE 24* ASTOR VACUUM PACKED (Limit 1 with $5, food order) u :
.i t'
Scout program for the Council [I]
Under the leadership of 1-LB,
Ken Raulins of Merritt Island Coffee. CAN 39'
with the assistance of a profes 1L---L_ .
atonal Scnuter District Scout SO Extra Top Value \ I
The Canaveral District serves two Pull FROKN GOLD
! 42 Scout units numbering 1602 Hush
! boy! and 433 adult volunteer PuppiesOOOQ Mayonnaise"' <; ,
j leaders This represcn a boymt'mberhip .
increase of almost
30 percent In the past year. t SAVE 10* :.

':'f f you have real estateto i y 1naiseQT.49' lailnlM 2 Lbs. 29

[ sell, or if you ate 50 Extra Top Value I StampsWITH ;
SAVE \\1 looking f for choice: real 1 ore PHOIIN SOUTHERN !i BAKING POTATOES U S. NO. I

Coconut Cake Astor Oil 24 =, 25 Russets 10. 59/ '
Restate, uslj our class! oooo TH J nmuAiiT.I TM Oare ; .
ified columns rm1 FRESH RED RIPETomatoes

If SAVE 11* EACH ALL PURPOSE (Llnt,2 with $5. food order) 2 CTNS. 39"

.I Wesson Oil 21arz/ 28
so Extra Top Value Stamps ; .
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1 only one : Ai _YOUR CHOICE _I I W. s

50 Extra Top Value I StampsWITH a

8 Jig ONI THIS 60 101 COUPON Family PR..CRAaHINGOOD AND CremesSooa PURCHASE Cf I.\ a Detergent if Inst. Coffee I !t

6 l GIANT BOX 10-0', JAR ileEJ ,:
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Top Stamps -; DETERGENT Save' 30* lost Max. House (In Coffee Maker)

:. Wllbw bE.L.e I.'U"..w.-........ I WITH THIS.. COUPON,AND PURCHASE or .. 10-oz. Jar S ,
0. MIDIUM e H iOTTVt Tide I GIANT 49". I f\ Coffee 129
Jergens Lotion i;Wit: SaveLimit 2 F ;
c 0000 THRU ,.."u.*. I{TM '/ Limit' I with $5.00 food ..:---.- '( \ I with $5.00 or .",
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I Don't Store Left-Overs Sell 'Em With A Classified Ad TODAY'S BEST



For Rent GLAMOR GIRLS Mobile Homes Real Estate Real Estate I BUYS


INFORMATION IRC LARGE 3 bedroom, Z bath,, I I -T:1:: MOONLAND FOREST HILLS, 1-4 bedroom TITUSVILLE. 3 bedroom Hot I 162 25 acres divided by good
DEADLINE: : I p.m. Da r B..orfubllcallon I central heat and air. $1..!) month' 1 home, large family room, dining bath modern kitchen. selectiveneighborhood county road with over one
11-A.lot. Bat. For For Itoa.Wed.PublicationWANT Fr ly. Mrs. Connell 267.7021 and I room, 2 baths. All electric home $730: down takeover I mile railroad frontage.

287-1388. -I Mobile Home Sales GE air. conditioning, todded payments._267-1874. Priced to sell now $460

I AD RATES 2 -ROOM:\ furnished; house in La- / 'I Titusville I lawns. J. M. Chewning Construction I BEDROOM 2 bath. Dew lowdown per acre with tar mi.
S Cents s'urOaALL Grange. Couple only. 2677S&d ,&c I Ic Company 647 Highland Terrace payment. Nicest section in
Minimum > UJS.1 North of 267-6796. TltusvDle. Forest Hills. 267-3364
before 11 a.m.FURNISHED Overpass 113 10 acre ranch with comfortable

---- BEDROOMS, 1 baths, Florida GARDENDALE. 3 bedroom, 2 home. All cleared
CLASMFIFD API 3 bedroom, electrie 30 FT. aluminum Inspection
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE kitchen! 13 N. Union. 267.1596. Spartanette. room, central heat airconditioning bath central heat and air. $850 and partly fenced. $22,500:
and make offer to J. T.
Except Eiubll bd AecounUUnified lovely landscaping. $3,000 down $113.73 monthly 2676477.
2 BEDROOM, near high school Lally Campsall's Trailer Park equity. Payments $123: month. with terms.

Dliplir Rate A.alf.bl. 267-2927. _825 Orlando Road. Forest. )fills, Phone 2675331. 4-ROOM I HOUSE by owner. 267-
0' ---- ---- --- 2470.
on Ktucit 132 10 acres close to new 405.
Tb. Star-Advoeit r*.ervM the TITUSVILLE. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, c 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, $600 down T,
>rlvllfn of WTUInn or njMtln steel table top stove, built In Mobile Home Owners $84.50 monthly. Call 2673222. I INCOME PROPERTY I Excellent developable
any advcrtlKmml which It dMnuelanlflcatlon After 5, 2673905. land. Buy this at $1100 per
screened 267.3888.InC.
objectIonabli 1.01 to eba.,. tbe oven, room. LIVE RESTAURANT AND bar, Edgewat- acre with good terms.
--- RENT I
that ordered of soy to adurtl..eD'trom conform to I bedroom, like new no snail 3.BEDROOJhome.\( fenced back i cr, GA 8-2754.:
the policy of (hi. paper. children or pet, 267-6148.; II.' I / yard, $500 down. $73: month 433 Magnolia Avenue corner
The Star-Advocate will .ot b. p.m. FREE taxes and Insurance included. LOTS FOR SALE '
ponalble for nor than oat Incorrect ._ Phone 267.:38W after 5 p.m. 79 x 130. Located near post
Insertion lor will It b*. ROOMS FOR RENT ------ 1 ACRE lots Spruce Hills, $2750 I office) in Indian River City.
liable for any .rror la advert. 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, fenced yard. cash. 11 building lots, located on
montt to a greater extent thai Invest $20 down payment and I An excellent buy at $3000
the coat of the epace occupied by ROOM: FOR 2 men. 602 Tropic St. many extras. Reasonable down paved streets, $2300 each. Call
Ibe Item i la the adver'UemenL 1wti pay only $20 monthly and you payment. Assume mortgage. Wessner Realty, 257-7125.: with some terms.
BACHELOR TO shar---p;; ; ;i will buy and possess your own 267-5399

Duilntai orflc 8S Mala tr.tt furnished home with another extra large full acre trailer lot. I 470 Corner lot. 92 x 165, north
Dial AM 7-0331 bachelor. :a!7-0748.. Become your own landlord. 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath. Whispering DON'T PAY RENT!
tEl of Titusville and east of
Office Hour. ':00 to B.80 Don't tear up rent receipts each Hills, low down payment. 287I I

ROOM( wlth- private entrance and 01...r_ .&.'..I....1964......Ii............ month. Morn than ISO: happy 0207TITUSVILLE U. S. No.1. Cleared and
bath. Suitable for gentleman. I families now reside in our Beau ready for building. $2200
Animals i Linens and maid service, 911 "I'm looking up that name daddy called me. How tiful Trailer Community. Only a .2613 Merry Lane, 3 TRAILER cast.
week. 2676895. do you spell 'MEDUSA'?" few lots left. Visit us and see bedrooms, carpeted air con-
for yourself the finest Mobile ditioned, $11,900. 267-9933
PjONY, Pinto mire gentle! $100. FURNISHED i ROOM and bath, i Home Park In all Florida. ----- -- -- -- OWNERSWe 487 :50 x 150: on Capron Road,
:2672272. iincn service, use of phone. Prefer I WHISPERING lULLS. Modern 9 Indian River City. Bargainat
I white male. $30 week. Phone I For Sale Help Wanted CHRISTMAS PARK: room 2 bath, swimming pool

AKC REGISTERED tiny Chihuahua i AM 76637.ROOiSKITCIiEN: I Route :50 Christmas Florida air conditioned fireplace, deep have beautiful full acre mo $2200 cash.

puppies Pekingese puppies, FEMALI HELP WANTID Phone Orlando 273-1727 well And an income apartment bile home lot aim ICO 440,
privileges.Call CLEAN RUGS, like new, so easy
over 2 car garage and work shop. I 498 Two lots on highway 46.
Frida Huskey. 2 miles north of I 1 after 5 J>.m. 287-2283 to do with Blue Lustre. Rent STENOGRAPHER AND "girl Frl- Direction 12 miles west of Grounds completely landscaped I for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH' .
Oak Hill on hllhw yslgn( ). eo ft. x 208 ft-$1650 and
electric shampooer $1. O'Flan day" wanted for active realestate U.S. No. 1 it Titusville and contain
120 trees mostly orange
andliathing" SINGLE BEDROOM? private entrance agan Furniture 307 So. Wash. office. Interesting work, on Highway 50.: Move In now Trailer Livingat 96ft. x 227 ft. $2200. Terms.
POODLE CLIPPING shopping ___ plumosa palm oak.
refrigerator near
salary and opportunity for ana : I its best.CHRISTMAS.
good Near
96. Beautiful 9W white toy center. 267-6633. GENTLETbe kind to that expensive golf 1 course. 267-2049.
miniature stud. fee $75. Mrs. I carpet, clean it with advancement. Good shorthandand 552 U. S. No. 1 corner near

Wells. Geneva 349.4781 SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies Blue Lustre. Rent electric typing essential. George I TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE BRENTWOOD ESTATES PARK Howard Johnson's with 113
for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- shampooer $1. O'Flanagan FurnIture Barley Inc., Realtor, 342 Wash 4 well planned models are now ft. frontage This choice -

Boats For Sale 3400. 307 So. Wash. ington Ave.WANTED LOT 100 x 200 north of Mime, open. Brentwood E.tates la minutes parcel priced at $25,000

NEWLY FURNISHED all con HOUSEKEEPER lodging $1500! cash. Call Wessner Realty, from downtown Titimille., 11 Miles West of Indian River with 23": ; down.
LARGE SELECTION of used refrigerators West on Garden Street. FIIA
City on Rt. 50. Christmas FlorIda -
40 HP EVINRUDE electric start ditioning. TV. Maid service $23 furnished, 307 Delespuie 2677125. I VA
priced $45-$100. "Use 234 bedroom homes, from Phone Orlando 275-1939:
'61. Excellent condition $375. weekly. 2327 S. Washington or pay plan" $5 down and Ave., will pay weekly salary $85 monthly, includes every.I 486 Excellent site for combination I
3313 Kentucky Ave. 267.:53. call 2675407. 0f.2a$ ; 267.3790 TRAILER SPACES FOR RENT I
weekly. Goodyear Service .- thing. 267-7142 or_NE 68385. Services business and apartment
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I LOW rates clean rooms for workmen :. Store 315 So. Hopkins, Titus- GIRL WANTED for motel work, SPACE TO ACCOMMODATE large house already zoned
Building & Const.NIDY I 103. Call 2676185 or 267 ville. 267<< .3013 apply in person. Clinton Motel. trailer. north of Mims. 2670933. I CUSTOM living\ area BUILT, large home living, 1800 sq.roomWith ft. I LADIES WANT GLAMOUR ? on corner of Hopkins and I
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Wash.WAITRESS FREE demonstration
1302 S.
CONSTRUCTION resident. 3992. 1 USED 17" portable Zenith TV, I I fireplace, large kitchen, Cosmetics Nan's Beauty Parlor Deeya, Forrest St., consisting of

lois commercial and remodeling STORE SPACE FOk RENT $65. Use: are easy pay plan" $5 WANTED. Old Folks Moving StorageLOCAL separate dining room family 267-2611. 4V6 lots and priced reason
12 years In Titusville. Licensedand down $125 weekly". Goodyear Truck Stop. Mims. room 3 large bedrooms 2 baths, able at $20,500! with terms. !
bonded. Phone AM 7-2326. SHOPFOiit close In, 22 x 17 Service Store 315 So. Hopkins, 2 car garage, plus 300 sq. ft. efficiency Continued! on Next Pag
or 400 sq. ft. 267-2911 before 5p.m. Tltmvllle. 287-3013 MALE HELP WANTED AND LONG distance moters. apartment. By appoint>
Moving storage, packing, ment. 2670910. 567 100 ft. frontage on U. S.
Camping Hunting _ _ LOWERY ORGAN excellent condition SERVICE STATION attendant experience shipping, cold fur storage crat. No.1 by 442 ft. north of
WAREHOUSE FOR RENT suitable for home, churchor required. Brinson Tex ing. Free estimates. 2673341. 3 BEDROOM, swimming( pool INVESTORSINVESTIGATE Mims in front of !Moose\
BUY OR rent folding tent camper Chapel. $695. 6360289. aco Service Mima\ Florida. Brevard Rldgeway Mayflower. home, FIR $14.730: with $450
sleeps :5 I, stove sink. Icebox. STORAGE SPACE in metal building -EPOSSESSIONS-- down. Call alter 5 p.m. 267.7657.! Club. $8500 with terms or I. !
on Nevins Court, rear of ELECTROLUXSales ---- will lease.
Dixie Double Highway J. Campers.Phone 2476 267-1584.:Old Star-Advocate building. Avail 15 piece bedroom suite and Service. offers excellent Position WantedBASS 3 BEDROOM: [ house In Gardendale, 30 acres prime for development t

able Feb. 15th. See II. It. Hud IS piece living room suite ''lnl\-o opportunty.: Call Bob furnished, big yard will sell furniture or trailer park. Very 568 Prime business location i
W : on
son, at Star-Advocate. 2 sets twin beds Local Electrolux you over payments. !
Child Care 2 chest of drawers Representaive at 2S7-S157 for In. GUITAR player desires Call 267-3256 after 5 p. m. realistically priced at only U S. No. 1. Lot 50 x 130
For Sale 1 refrigerator formation. work 3 or 4 nights a week. Experienced Ave7 $1,500 per acre with terms. on east side of new I
for children In I TITUSVILLE. 672 Poinsettia
WILL CARE own suite new equipment. Call
home by day or week. 267-0310. DISCOUNT SALES 1-7 2 end piece tables, 1 coffee table IMMEDIATE OPENINGS I for 267-7133! after pm.Plumbing I Forest Hills, custom ouilt 3 bedrooms 82 acres with frontage on Chrysler Plymouth building I

FYIrr I reducedto I 2 lamps bread route salesman. Call 267- 2 baths family room, Magnolia Ave., priced at priced at $10,000 with
samples, greatly
by) bour. or
fireplace formal living, dining 'I 29%: down. bal 3
: at
week. Indian River Heights. make room for new merchandise -I Good condition. 1633: after 5:30: p.m. Supply $300.00 per front foot with yrs.

AM 15766. (or new lines. Buy of a life Slims Furniture 267 3565 Company of Minis SALESMAN. TITUSVILLE-Mims\ drapes area, fireplace built.in, new kitchen carpeting dish., I plenty of depth. S%. I
time. 267-5733
2111 Garden. or
area Insurance debit. Must have SEPTIC TANKSof washer disposal> desk and eat. 10 Route mil. I
267-1926. acres on 46,4 Iit
For Rent
871 A real
for the do
STUDIO UPRIGHT Piano reconditioned car, sober and reliable. Call Mel. ing area, utility room double bargain
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terms. One bourne Friday collect. 7232661or pre.cast concrete, steel-rein es west of Mints, $950.00 yourself Furnished '
30" DELUXE Westinghouse, electrie repossessed garage central air, heat, lawn man.
ARTICLES FOR RENT range. Almost new, Cost Spinet piano. Factory guaran. : 7238532. I forced, state-approved sizes 540 pump. 2677667. per acre. frame cottage on 75 ft. lot ,

$18450, wil Itake $9225 3313 ty, assume small monthly payments gals.: 630 gals.I 735 gals.: and 1000 8 in on Lord Street and 75 ft.
Kentucky Ave., 267-5963. .. Baby grand, completely WANTED 2 experienced Chevrolet gals.: Grease traps i installed, tanks ROUTE 46. Enjoy country living acres sanitarysewer
reconditioned $295.: mechanics. Apply Service pumped and cleaned drain fields in this lovely 2 bedroom home and water available. frontage on U. S. No. 1 in

Floor Phone Sanders.AM 7-3255 Polishers: GOOD A TOMATICwashln; na- KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Manager. Gus Faulk Chevrolet. relaid. Work guaranteed. Fittman with carpeted living and dining Ideal site for garden type Scottsmoor Owner says .,

chine for sale. $::55. Call 267-62S7._ 2126 W Tropic 267-6385 Septic Tanks Inc., Phone AM 7- room large Florida room furnished apartments. Total price sell all on an "as is" basis
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET Mobile Homes 421. P. O. Box 2016, Titusville. kitchen utility room for $3000 cash
FURNITURE Florida. work shop and a large 150! x 200 $$50,000.

Baldwin Shopping Center BRAND NEW overstocked. Must TRAILERS FOR SALE -- beautifully landscaped lot facing 3 plus acres in prime loca-
FURNITURE sell 7 piece living room suites, Real Estate I Route 46. The back yard is
APARTMENTS FOR RENT $119.77. complete rooms, $248 50. 1955 45 ft. Peerl house trailer. 2873933 fenced Priced at $1UOO.OO with tion with sewer and water WHY PAY MORE? i

no money down[ easy terms. Call : or 2675380. $2600 down. Shown by appoint available, on paved street
ROOM: apartment for rent 602 I 3 rooms of fine furniture 2675735. Open Sunday 10-6 LARGE ROOM for business in fine ment. Ceo. VI. Barley Jr.. Inc., and priced at $22,000. 900 3 bedroom tiled baths. J

__Tropic. ___ LIVE IN COMFORTSee dwelling\ zoned commercial, 3 I 342 So. Wash. Ave., Phone 267. .
GIRLr 8 piece bedroom suit, 7 FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine the new Skyline! Private dinIng bedroom. 1V4\ bath ground nicely 3622. Let us show you these desirable Brand new setting in picturesque
WANT 20 or over to help piece living room group andS furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite. room 2 bedroom, deluxe landscaped $23,000, 29% down. I properties today.REALTORS. landscaped lot
share 3 bedroom house. 267-6429 7 piece dinette all only $13.85per equipment 55 x 10.
Perklss Realty 2673940. with lots of beautiful
after 5 p.m.FLORIDIAN piece dinette AU for month. Decor Furniture, 206 MARTINS MOBILE HOMES GIVE US YOUR .. .. '
:.____ --- : : !! shrubs. Air conditioned by
Only N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian River Authorized I Skyline Dealer NEAR LAKE Harney Route 46, LISTINGS : .. '
APARTMENTS, closein /
City. Phone 2677613. 1224 N. U. S. l, N. of Overpass, lots 100 X 300, $1000 up. :3 I acres WE win friends getting Westinghouse with central
efficiencies weekly monthly $$13.85 Titusville, 267-3081.. rich soil cleared, $3000. Horses, I heat. Kitchen equippedwith
rates, alt' conditioned, 417 Julia Sale or Trade BUDDY, ALL aluminum 30-x 8-, 1 trailers OK. Geneva, 349-4781 results. bar and complete set

Street. bedroom bath sleeps four, clean APPRAISALS I 'reuo': ,1" of beautiful cabinets and ,
Pew Mo. ACREAGE OR finished lots. city
2 BEDROOM. newly furnished bargain at 1000. 2672272. '
APARTMENTS AND trailers. DECORFURNITURE home small down payment or water and sewerage. Baker CAMPBELL I .. Westinghouse Continental I
Weekly, monthly rates. Adults I will take 25' trailer balance as 1964 TITAN, 10 X 51, 2 bedroom 267.3530. Range. Extra large utility .
only. 504 Garden. rent. 30 fruit trees. Oil heater front kitchen, lot rent $35 monthly. ASSOCIATES, INC. I ; room-1 a r g e enough for
I I stand-tank 2 gas heaters Quay I $::100 down assume payments. ACREAGE FOR SAL REALTORS ,, : ..... ........... ,. your workshop and laun- !

OFFICES F OR RENT Indian Hirer City Broyles. Scottsmoor 11 miles 267-3947 5 ACRES located Mims area, dry. Gracious 32 ft. living ;
I 210 S. Washington Ave.
north of Titusville. I 412 Main St. TltusvlUe Fla.
Baldwin Phone 287-7613 $1500! per acre. 29% down, balance TITUSVILLE room with 8 ft. sliding
DESK SPACE available ----- -- i
Shopping Center 117 Broad St. 206 N. Magnolia AT.. Help WantedMALE LOOKING FOR A 267-7123:5 years. Call: Wessner Realty 267-7323 Any Time I Phone 267-5000: glass doors with white terrazzo I

267-2392. floors makes this I
---- AND FEMALE LARGE HOME? HOUSES FOR SALE ----- home one of the most out

valuer in Brevard
EARN $20 PER DAY or more In Investigate the potential of 3 BEDROOM, fence and well pay. standing
HOWARD JOHNSON'SRESTAURANT permanent route work. Will trainman ments $84 monthly. 840 Edge- County. Priced at $13900
or woman if Inexperienced. this desirable 4 bedroom 3 wood Rd., IRC, Whispering North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Servlca" with only $450 down. Call

Write Mr. Heath Box 2766, bath home with closed garI I Lakes.. today and let us show you

Memphis 3. Tcnn. age. Log burning fireplacein -- ------ this fine home. Ready for
3 BEDROOM[. 2 bath home. $2000
living air conditioned
Has Hostess Opportunities FEMALE HELP WANTED room, below value. 267-7823. Immediate occupancy.
--- and heated, with I IIMAGINATIVE 'Z.JIeQcL .Jl I
2 year college or high school graduates will be considered. RELIABLE WOMAN[ half day 5 extras. Priceis .
days week Phone 267-1790 many many 865 3 bedroom 2 bath home ,
Ages 25-40. Transportation necessary. At least S years experience after S.WANTED per. only $23,500 and there is T.lephon.AM on Old Dixie highway. I II

in dining room management. Salary discussed on in ----- ------ color" an existing mortgage of 7-2011 Fenced in lot with fruit I

terview subject to qualification. Apply in person 9 -11 ann cd maid, for EXPERIENCED motel work. Apply $23,200. Only $2,300 in cash I trees. Many extras include t'

or 2-4 p.m. at 1817 Washington Ave. in person. River Palms Motel, needed to move right In. REAL 1. If you are considering a home in the North Brevard two utility rooms deep
air conditioners -
2401 S. Wash. Ave. well and two
Call today for appointmentto ESTATESALESMAN area, call one of our trained, experienced sales staffto Total I price just

see. conduct a tour for your family over the entire I $$15,000 with satisfactory

tawAnee, area. We have new and older homes In nearly II
financing arranged
SEE BUILDERSWANTED _:."." .;':" ;f>.!.:.l !
OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE :;- .i<'" .. :'. every section with price and terms to fit almost
.t: ".1t!' ",tpt; "; i
1/.. .... .:l:; .. it' :' any budget. 896 Split level bone with 3
;r., bedrooms 2 baths in Indian I
HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing "FOREST HILLSESTATES" 2. Almost completed. 3 Bed Rooms, 1*4 baths. Paved River City. Near new I

rw1 YOUR OWN streets with sidewalks. Monthly payments only school. Finished room in

: $102.00. YOU CAN QUALIFY. Low Down Pay. basement. $16,500.i .

$3000 Per Lot! '. __ 1'.QJ3

I LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL CHAS. JANNARONE 412 MaID S:. Tlhmllle, Fla. Under Our Sponsorship! 3. Three bed rooms. 2 bath home with swimming pool. :

I LOTS WITH SHUTFLEBOARDLcNTRAL Titusville Shopping Center Phone 267-5000 Prime location. 2500.00 buys complete equity.
AM 7-4441 I
For Details On Immediate occupancy. .
This Tremendous
4. 63 acres high rolling pine land near CarpenterRoad.
Opportunity, Writeor $10,000.00 Terms can be arranged. DANENBURGREAITY i

Howard JohnsonsNeeds Call:
$95 DOWN MR. DELANCET 5. Check on FHA homes being remarketed. There area

: few still available in the Titusville area."lan.eonwa'j .

TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on TRANS-FLA.

U.s. 1 to Mimi. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more WnJ/aJ Jrnc. 1514 South WashingtonAM
/ &
mile to our entrance on right. For free Information WaitressesWe 7-3858

267-5588. .
: REALTORS INSURORSDial Where buyer and seller expect
Offer Free Life Insurance
Hospitalization, Surgical
; OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Benefits Credit Union and A Liberal Vacation Pay, 2531 Edgewater Dr. I and get better and faster service
DRIVE Apply In Person Titusville. Orlando Fla. AM 7- 2011 Day Night or Holidays .



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.wtd ":f February 1J, 164 Tltuivlll (Florida) Sur. Advocat ,..* 7-8 IV may p'r"lll: tin HT MNTIIjt Nfmrr: TO nTVTfl Ilf Tnr 'IR"flT "flnCT flY' Tn
I, i),u i S IT iii' > iitiinIS \. TUB a TAT*, up "1.:1111'Tn.- MNTII jtntrMt. fincrir. I ivM
.\MI Soil nIl ).\ hit )> lot :\ I5.l rU>)\Ai.l> J. FUAaKUN; a .""U ,\ > rltK HulkS VKII tot !It\.
til \ M rRMl. sacs) rVrson whom place ol real lent.* 1 1.1)511thien.nitT
\orn K 01' lit ir an.I |.oil office adOreaa I In 14* Cea. I Star-AdvocateCIassed Ads IRVING: A. HOLDER tent Avenue. furtla tree !'..nll. tll> IIttK"
rialntlffKDVUV tulvaalaMAKY : nO KANN: LAMAR KTAMPFR.Plaintiff: .
... I III. PLASKOV a single
: : A. STim\ELt' .. ,lalnoknown prt.n whose p1ucecfresiio, ...... ...
aa. KIUVIV: ; : 8rl I>\M.:L.I.>. anl.. pent' office a1r.... la W ,;;in RT' ..RAXI( I.I=" rfAMprn: :
and Mary, 1\1. lTt'DWF.,. hit. Hunter Street. Turtle I reek. lennaylvanla l)efu I
ServicesSINGER Used Cars & Trucks
Continu.d From Proceeding: Page wife. et al. fHDNFY "RASKUfSTAlII.:1t :
DefenlnntsIV And unknown having
all portion
Services: SEWING Machine Co. ;58 CADILLAC sedan DeVille, I II : TilE NAME Of' THk.: KTATEIIP or claiming to have any Interest' \0t AHf: Ht-nUlT. : NOTtntT: :
FlORIDAl In any of the property hereinafteriivacrlbeU tbat bill nf nmplalnt far divorce
sales and aervic Pinking shears I $850. one owner 267-3480. '
: hsa been file I against' you and you
etc. sharpened. Phone AM 7- TOt 17ln A. Dtuitwelt.. (alto kna..nat You and each of yeu the. above are requlr\ I ln, nerve a ipy of four
CARPENTER 2244 1950 CADILLAC convertible'; new Edwin: N, Htudwelli! ant :Mary named ant dacrtbd. Drfentaolo, anawrr. r pleating, tn IK* bill 01(

CONTRACTORAll top and tires, low (equity and M. rttulwrll, his wife. If IIvln. anilK are ';"r'Y.required' tn up1earnsi:, Complaint all His plaintiffs at'
FREE LP dead the unknown apouie helra file I to the. t.omitaiot lorney Robert A .011 1. (Hj 6 NortlDahootk
bottled gas Installation. assume payments 267.2733. d.oI.o.s. I to..I..... jrflieoc, ,rot. In this caae. anl, la deliver a 101'v Ktreetfflbourna. Floridapirn I
Types CarpentryFast 209 N. U. S. No.1. Tltusville -- -- -- -- Itora .ncl I any and all |.ersona arpartlea of eiuh Anawrr to ClUa, F.. SrnSltR.' too) file. ho .rlln.1 ashe? or
Suburban Propane Gas Service. 1956 BLACK Ford, 2 door hardtop I claiming b>'. tbn, ikh. ,in.ler of Heath and "'nit n. > efo Heart .ling In the. .ffl.,.. of th* Clerk
Reasonable Reliable 2676411. 3 speed floor shift. $175, 287.6340\ or afalnat lh. aalil k.:twin A. "t",1 I r'Inn,la. Att erect'. far Complainant ,>f the t Ir. 'ill (ourl on or hrfora the
Call -- -- well (lane kao n.. LI win :Nfulvi.Hi on or before th. ISIS day o. :Mir,'nIHil Jtnh don "f rvbrnary, 1M4 If yen
TOM-AM 7-6147 I I 1934 Belair. anti tiny M htitw.llhla anl you .r. hereby nJttf, fell ti do an. juliin.nt' by default
MDY CONSTRUCTION CO. Concrete wife. George \\ tlentrcy ,iI.Is.. tnat upon your failure if de ao will be taken. esainnt, ynu fur ta. _
Work, masonry roofing, I new transmission. starter, gen knn..n..O W.' MinUcM HII,I :\llIr" the allegation. of nail Complain relief ,ten.nnte.l. in the bill nf complaint '
INCOME TAX returns prepared I carpentry, and remotelina.rhone erator, batter, tires, tune.up 5'rnnou ltonttoy. hli. A:""'. if I lI\\n.\ will be taken at confessed. by Y. h
Phone 267.3183. W.00 and up. 5350. 267.5924. anil If d..I.I th. IInkn.n,, e|1)1\I'\ >. and .a tierree. entered. agaiant' you Din tnl unSeen) at TltuavMI. I I
AM: 12329 holr, ,tovioooI. I toutoi. grasp,... This coil wan Instituted In aa.I la Brevard county. ..I or Ma. thus 17th
SPECIALIZES I\: trail. creditor and any and all persona pn.line; In the (Ireult t oiirt' of Kr' *- Jay uf Jan,tary. 1W4II _
painting Used Cars & TrucksBY Wanted, To BUL- or isrtton ol"\oln\ b". Ih'aUI". vard. County. Florl la aa Can. No. 'KTM, R. UARNEflI
era where they sit. free estimates : under, or .,.1".1 the. fall) ) G..rge, I Slits' under th* till.. First Kedera. of the circuit Court
Call 267.4611. After 8 p.m. Auto W. lleatley. ,stan known: :". (1 U' I I $n1isg' .n" Lean. A'.o..Uon e. lly IVrlle Hall Ajburn D, McC.mb Iwardef: diploma by Cipt Phoobu
:?67.7011. OWNER 53 Chevrolet, good USED AUTOMOBILES City llentley and, Mary P'rsn.Itotili.y, India Riser I",mnly. a I'nltea Deputy Clerk
Parts AM: [ 7.3686. hi. wife. (' K J.hna, ,aim known Compl..I, on, (CIRCUIT ('UI.ItT HEAL)
transportation, $85: Phone 267. K,"na'il0, "l'"askon. hefend !
aa Chllllon B John.1. 'maline.. t .1. KOHLKr! A. !rTICITT Hospital Corpsman Earns Diploma
ROOFING PAINTING: additions I 5846. Want To Trade known .. CMIIIon U Jones, ant I I ante '. ant the puri'os* of IbM auli Attorney fnr lalnllff
laths Rurr Johns. I ceo known .. I i I. to procure the entry of a Iisrreifiirerlcialng M.!:, M.'rth llabrMk. Pored -
and general repairs All work '53 FORD 2.door, radio, heater I Julia B. Johns). Ma wife. If alive, : a eertaln martgagef Mrlbourne Florida
guaranteed free estimates, licensed I automatic! good shape $450 818 FT U S. 19.98 frontage, over anil If ,dead the unknown .[In".... r<,m Renal. J. laskon, anl. Mary Jon t2.9: Feb I. I] (Wad) tt 4. Aubi,\'n. D. McComb, hospitalcorpirrun "imitates! 'if the 16-week
I helra. ,de\lares. 1\1. !Plaakon ta Ural rederal Havlna ,
legatei-s Ernnlreaoredllnra second claun USN. schcol aviation
bonded. Brevard designated
and 2673411. 274620 8 trade for north ate
acres, and loan of InllanRiver '
I Association
an uny mil all penone l I" 11111 IlK' t I IT ( id BT or Still
acreage!;: or lots. Phone 2b720l6 or pan If. claiming h\'. thrxgh, I ('nu.I,. datel, April S .1 ma. MMM 1'll''I. tlHtllT; 0rIOKIIIt liOn of Mn D. Simms "f 422 medicine! (oihmclins" end quail
PUNTING expert, reliable and 1953: CMC: heavy duty 16' van.type itmleT or against the sail' <'. II ro.-orli.il. In Official, Ke ord )H.,..,kS7T IN ,\Mt!' tOH nila.V :. 'I
p satisfying work. Estimates gladly body. $830 3313 Kentucky Ave. Work Wanted Jel". ,latin Inown an 'hlllion H pigs. 411, |public n'iur,la of lire > KII C'II t.T\ Julia St, Tltusvillc ua presented fleJ I for assignment l as assistants.

AM 70776.INCOME) 267 :5963. John' '.om tlm.. kniHn ... ('hli- viol County. Florida. upon the. following ('iihCIlt% !Mt' If],OHOMOfll his diploma Dec 19 by to naval flight iurgconMcComb <.
'linn II. Jones .n.1.I Julia Burr Jchnsalao :, ,riearrlbed lends. locate. I In 'k III Kl'If
I BmsiTTING OR housework. no ( Ii nounin J,ill,i II Ji,tins,. hlaKlfr llrevard County. Florida, ,ilenirlb.I Iaa I rEIF.RAI. NATIONAL MOrtTUlUt. his tommondiru officer Capt. C. ? + has rcnived orders
TAX RETURNS WHEEL DRIVE 3/4 ton Ford, Irn..t"! I Ohl..n.l..r'. ulso filluwe: ASSOCIATION a corsorrelfial -
by telephone or appointment. deluxe cab, radio 1001 So. Wash. transportation, references'. Eliza known ar N.: H IIhl..n.lor'I anti lot ft. ......lion u. Indian. Hir shun or.nl..d aol misting ulldofan P Phoebu.i upon, graduating ao the SAuftey field Naval Auxiliary -
beth Sprinkle 267 1240, -- Ohlenlirf' his wi lfi., iwhise hour Bench according to 1'lnt Act "I 1. Sn the
Licensed.. trained. experienced. Ington Ave __ true fhrlntlan name la unknown to I hereof. retorted. I In lIst flunk National onerens M pursuant irtgag* Aaaoa from the Naval School of Avla Air Station Pcruacola He i.

R W. Copeland. 2670274. BASS GUITAR player desires work llalnllff' '. If alive. an,I If dead the I lii. page .4. public records. of la.Ion Charter Act. having Ill prlnilial lion Medicine at the Naval Air entered: the \Navy in November
57 MERCURY, 4 door station 3 or 4 nights a week. Experienced unknown apmtae. helra. devleieaand llrsvarl: County. Florida. ,iffl"'e In the. City of Waalilng
INCOME:. TAX and bookkeeping wagon power steering and Call 267- I iegttcr.. grnto'n. ..roditora and icy an.1 I the entry. of a I Decree that all) ton DlatrlU of Columbia. Station, Ptnairold 1957.
service Resident 2673216: brakes 50 and Hwy 1. day 267. new equipment. all 1 p..on. nr pertloniaInting right. title. Intereat patelO. .. ilalmdimant Plaintiff' ,
Office 2673751 II & 3277 nite 7135: after 6 p.m. by throng) unl..r nr ,n.oln.1 n. equity and Pteeltttlnn of ..
Burgess 2676608. \
I _. soil I trn<-.l II. iihlnlirf ii tan the above 'leacrlhi-1 tVfennnnti; he CltAniFS M JMilTir JR, antlHrTTV 1
Associates. DESIRE POSITION as pianist for knun "i* F II Oil, "nl if. and barred anl foretlnsel., that the : C. HMITll: hla wife., and
1962 VOLKSWAGEN:. one owner, church 2673827. --- thtpn,1f. his wife: T vIxirkirl above denrlhed. pripertv be a"iluun HAINrY I., IIAIIItrNTINB:: Jit
PAINTING whitowalls extra clean good and Suaanna l.ocaaril. I "ler the direction of this Court anIBVIVIAM, IIAIIIIr:NTtVR, big News I
buy. 2575557.CHEVROLET. -- (also knnnn. at Id Deans.h luck It li further. ortered that this wife' I /Indian River City I
!soru. ior: i\Tr\TU TO ar,1)), bin wlF.. If II\ In*, an,I If Node to Defend he putilliheil .on'. DafenoantaMATr' .
DECORATINGand KRl riK lllTIIKIIM !'N\M: deal') the unknown spoua h,lrslevleees .during ath week fir Courrtnc- OP FLORIDATi
62 Bel Aire Station In compliance' with) Home. Kill) lefatrts trantee.. eredllnrs I utlv weeks In the Tlhisvllle' Mlar'Alvocate ): HAIVrY I I.. RARRFNTIMR,
wagon R/H, V8 automatic No. UTS (hapter Number 2095!). end) any ant I nil iiranna or ', a newspaper publlehel. ) at JIt.. and ,rlYLVIA' M. HAHKKXTINF I with
transmission whitewalls low ...*/1 .m Florlla, Act or 1941 the p.rtl. oialrning by. Ihrnll"h un" ., I Titusvllle. llrevard. County P'iarIuu. : hi. wife, residence, (Continued from Page 2.m) members of the community
PAPERHANGING mileage extra clean. unnl)"I T. N ,Imfcarlas i meeting the req,HremenM unknown lait known realdvnc, these! handy books
$1873 Clerk 01 the. ('Ir ull Court In Br.. isitnni, I.o'kard. ,tics known I preacrlbed; "byella Cr. such publlI : ) MHiJ: t:. Wavcrly. Tunon Humphrey and Mrs. Pat Can.
c. H. Frizzell 267-5648: yard County Florida. upon receipt as Rusannah I..i"kar"I),. bin wife I ,cation. Arliona The directories which were edited
1120 Johnson St. 267.3747 of proof of publication, of this Kola.) <' Mneller and Mis,). It. WITNESS the. Honorable CurllaFt You ar* hereby notlflad. thai' S sano all of whom are membersof
notice the. following flUltloua Mnrllrr, his wi.if allvp. and ir It none. I'lerk. of Ibis (lourt my ault bee been. flip.) agalnat you anil' the IRC Hone Demonstration ancf I printed by the IRC.
name. t..II' The tape Motel under "deal, the unknown ..'ou... hot.. ban I ant neal of tail. Court at Tituavllle Charli-a. N. Smith, Jr. and) Hetty ITn \
embrace all
BUYERS WAITING which I am engaiel, In bunt noses I ..devlai>. U'lntfrs. tjranteea. ,Lreilltiirn .. liievard County. lorlda. I< Ith, hi. wife. In the shove antltlml Club, Mrs. Cinzano will teach Volunteer firemen,
I 713ashlniiton, Ave. TltuavllleFlorida and any and all peraini 0 pnrtieociainsly thin 'tilth day of February. 1964.iCu5.'ilT .,.u.*. ant I that you are n. Plaster Molding and Mrs Mrs areas and the names of it'* eft
I that the underalKnelli
an ,
by, through umler ori.nlnnt ( HKAL) qulrell 10 fun ynnur .n..r F olherrrspnnoive
But we can't sell your place the. only person Interested. In aal I tliv aal I Uolnnd C Moellrr turtle R llarnea. Clerk of th. pleadings. With Ih. Cieri.of Burns will teach Copper Tooling hens are listed by streets and
REAL I without a listing. Homes, lots b..1...... and :Mauli* K Mm-tier. hi. wlfHarney ... Circuit Court of llrevard. thus Court anil I onion a. a copy
and acreage needed. Call uj Uatvi, at TllunvMIe FlorlU thla tlrivet .\n.1.I Flsle M lrav,'a. County, Florida thereof upon lbs Plaintiff or Plaintiff to any of the ladiei of the heal also alphabetically
Tlh day of Feb. A,D 1964. bin wife. If alive.. and It ,dead' the lly llertla 1111: 1 '. Allirneya. whose nama aniladilreia Club who are Inteie.ted In these
for FREE APPRAISALS. I Ihllllp Hulla unknown tn Feb 18 19 26 Mar I ,VT 0'01)' tWl *, tjranteea ireilltora and anvnn Heath *. Smith 1.10.1.I 50* Palm Avenue, Tltuavllle, handicraft
CAMPBELL .I all i,'raona or partler clalmlntlal Attorney* for Complainant Xirlila, not later. thin reb K). 1HI4. To Represent
I I-- throgh und.r or a.lnal the I'ubll.h. lour limes. "..n.I,*: If you fall 10 ill .... a Decree Pro -
ASSOCIATES, I >al rb 1.1 50 28 Mar 4 IW..dl. S 1 ESTATE INC. Ura, i.*. bin wife: the unknown -- --- for the rsllff. demanded" In the. complaint
helra leHtees delaeea grantee. 1 I'll' TIiK4)Itl'lil'4sflRITIi: I This suit It to foreclose a Eighty.nine tt't'n.agt'rs enjoyeda
Realtors :'retlt aria"tI I any anil all lersmna Jl 1111 Ml. < sine III'. I' Mi HIH >ni rtgage". Th. rtal properly. procnltd Tho appointment of Andrew
or parties claiming by. through luRK' \HI) eels >TV. *T \Tr(: Or I ."'In.t In. happy evening last Saturday
A42 2Vz Acres between 210 S. Washington Ave. unlr, III' atjalnxt JV, leech. de. t l.onsnn \. in' ( II' Phi. Int Four 14), motion on* (ill), Meldrum, 1003 Thomas Street;.
TITUSVILLE ceased. Auiust) llavls) Leech. If II\'. ,... stes. NOI.I.wt1oJ) OAHDLNH 8111.' when they turned out or the
Cocoa and Indian In,. on,) If dm,I. the unknown rl.ATKIKH! flAVINtl: HANK! a DIVISION apcordlng to the Indian River City as a r eg is taxed
2677323 Anytime .po".... hoira. "t'viaeee. t.'oi.on. New York corporation i,lat thereof I'Icor.l..d. In Plat Teen.Town Dame In the CivicCenter. Waddell it
River City $5,600. grantrerotilor. an.I any an.I nil Plalnllf I honk. U page II!. Public Hacoril representative of
perion.or.. partlea claiming bv ve. of llrevarl, County, tlorlla. The evening was made Reed Inc.. national: distributor
,tc inn) the aal, I IAunusta JAMFB: !' Pt'dcE'TT .
\41-10 Acres South of through ut coral. .1.1. \1.1'0: Jtaker, hsaler Mnltl
( Davis l...ech: and I allions I.r. Defenilanta. No TKH.4 10, Serial No. 4Uoul.ld" : more enjoyable because a jukebox of the Lnlted Funds group of
Route 50-Good spec- WE WILL BUILD or partial having, ir claiming MITICP!': Or "111' ../ atoraaja tank cont.irad ,
: ; was net up and they had real mutunl funds, hots been announceed
lo ha\r any right, title or Interest THE BTATr: OP FLOKIDA In describe
dwelling abov
ulation at $300. per In anl,) t,, the. |.r"perty Involve, In TO: Jamea uckett. anl,) bllaalieth ,! land.WITNPeS !. music to replace the brokrn.down by tho firm headquarter
Acre. thin suit or any portion thrrei'f. aahplri T l'uck..lI. hun wife. whose : hen,
and ital' of
TO SUIT YOU uILOmm ott. ..... l..gateea. Ip....... real...lent.. la 43T bast!: 4uthHireet aald ('0"1.1 my Tltuavlll. Hrevtrd. hi fl that has served many year In Kansas City Mo.

grantees. vutceaaira. assigns b..ne. Huvannah Cleorgla. .n.1 I IMlllani County Florida, thli ta day of January .
A43 5 Acres-This good of dancing In the Center A blaiIng Before joining, Waddcll &
On Your Lot fl< lurlea, unknown spoueior other \ Jame* 'Itoblnain Jr. ..00.
high land on County parties claiming. hI'. tbrnulh.. under. and Anny M. llohlnaon his Cl'HTIH R. HAUNT. fire In the fireplace coupled Real Mtldrum wai with an-
) ,'h "l S wife. whose
or nit n.tnu cress. pcrnnanr resllence la un Clerk of the Circuit Court
Road north of Mims, A New Home pernona, natural ir err pnrnh', living known tirevarl County ,irlda with the jtx><]| music kept all thetel'n'lIo1t'ra other Investment company for
i.r den,,1, .I.tllla, or dlasi'Ived. clilmIng Nolke. la hereby given that suit lly Hertl Hall
not far from US No. under the abov*.named' parties. h.. been file.I In the abov In,licalel Clerk dancing constantly for three years In White Plain, ft

1-Good grove land I A New Room ceatul qu* Fusion. or oiherwlae or Court against you anl) curb. C'Ol'ItT J'X\y: \) the entire evening Y He[ attended Ne'v York Uiv-
.. Hi-nor. creditors trustee or any of you, anl, aaalnat I Albert A Zenaaanl iso. :UX, >eb I B. 12 (lW.i 1 ) 1 VH. Servicemen with their
and homesite. Priced I We will furnish plans, and make of th. .bnn.n.m.,1 defendants. ..ho Virginiaena: *. hla wife' the :. visiting ivcrdt)'. .. -:
S claim any Interest In any nf tha till. of which cat I I..* at above old friend Included : Ronnie Waddell & Reed maintains
at only I 6000.. loan arrangements with no real jwsperiy 4n.ofeil, .tn -,"" -.ull. '.h".II. NOTION TO (HrDITOItsj': '
Hurry! down payment. Give us a call ACREAGE or any part thrreof being described, t I You are hereby require I lo All rraflltojra of th. Estala of Filion, V. S. Navy'at Jackson- 303 offices throughout the pi-

a* fitowa., lo-wit: your anawer. or written defenie. THANH W. KOCKWItLL: daraatail. .. vllle; Wilburn If. lucks, also/ tiijn, The firm Is principal un
No Obligation NH of NPV. of NW<4 : 'RH! nfMP any. In the abnv proceeding. are hereby null fie,I and required. lo
C33-300 rt. River Frontage 200 acres, North of Mime, one mileof :'4 of NWl. Eli nf VVVI' : the Clerk of thin Court an,I tn ...111"1 file any clalma or d.m.nda I which from Navy at Jax, Tom Flower, derwrlter and Investment manager -
300 ft. 267-6789 mile of 'V'1o' of fiE, all In fleitlon IITownship a copy thereof. upon th. Ib"y sony h.ve ngqioei, ..hi) 1tntni. Lakeland Air Force Date, Mike
with River
on frontage, one 21 Houth. Range. ;:19 .Uor"..,. ...ho.. aama .n.1 ., .. In Ih. Offka of tune ('ouch" Judge of the United Funds group of
US No. Bellewood railroad frontage. Only $650 per Fast Brevard. County, Florida appeara herein on or befor I or liravaril County, Florida tbaCourlhoua Jennings, Moody Air Force Ilasc mutual funds, the nation four
J. M. CHEWNING acre terms. NW '<4 of NE1. NIof: N\V'. 1',in day i.f March ISiS. the at Tit ussriiie, rlrl: I la, Valdosta, Ga an I Terry Will
Area-8 acres in this Construction Co. all In Section 19. Township 21 if, this p rocer. cling being a nut b.// within all calendar months from th Hrgest mutual fund organization
fair withJ. Mouth. Rang. 38 East, llrevardCounty fnreilia the lien of a mortgage, tile tunic of tha flral publication of lams a student at Auburn Unlerslty -
priced Call Mr. Floyd R. Stone : has than 330 \
parcel : United more
*''lorlol.I, I, the following described. prnferty thla notlua lack .ulalrn I or demand 1 \ .
with good terms. 647 Highland Terrace W. Chill re RealtyAM Ynu and each of you are hereby uate In llrevard County. b'lirila. mutt b* In writing and must stats 000 rhnroholders and net ...seU'hi
fitusville 72541Broker nntlfle.1 that the abov named ta wit: tha jitace of reallenc, and post of. Adult chaperones for the eve
I'h.lnlll' b.. brought suit to quel, lot t. flinch re.. Al.MAIt It'II. flc* aillresa, of the. claimant' and c Cfll& of $14 billion.
C35-180 Ft. US No.1 to *. Invited title. against you In the. abovr styled I DIVIMIOV UrCTION: A. ar,onl moat b* aworn to by!' the claimant ring were Mr. and Mrs. B >b Tin

River Perfect ma- I Courl. Involving the. above. duncribeilIan Ing to map or plat thereof r*- his agent. or hi. attornty or It will da II, Mrs Millie Cochran, Mr. Printed Pattern
I ,I. aal, "'I cauae bilng In the nature I' corded. In flat Hook II. 1'1(. become v..lel according tn ,law.
rina or Apartmentsite of a ault to removeiouds. and 2ft. Public He unl* of llrevirl: FANNY K. HUIKWFLL Anna Ilartzofl and Mr and Mr*.
quiet iris tile of the aboveynamelPlaintiff ounty' FloridaDO.Mi Almlnlslratrlt' of the
Dill Adult durIng
-$24,900.29% JUST GOOD BUYSIN 11, ant, lo the abnV :art AND Il-tDJ-RpD at Tltu*- I' slat* of Duta. W. natkwellilfcsaa Samlusky finals -
down handles. crlbed Innts by ,leclaring. all I Inlorstt vllle.. Hrevard. County Miate ,>f H.irfla *'IWU the evening were: Durban 4' '.
of the tVndanti, name,t her*, ibis Nth' day of February. IJ04: .I.IAMM *. ORIIICH and David! Snnduiky Mr. and
In In .n,1,I to .1,1, landa) to b* null (LOt'KT IItAI.1CI'IITI Attorney* for Litala' .
C50-100 ft. Water Lot in and void and .if no effect. and Iv >l1t. IIARVralerk : P. C). Boo dig Mrs Ed Merriam Mrs Joe
(' of the )'Ir"tilt Court) Melbourne. FlorIda
Limits This enjiln' aaM Drftndanta from Interfering '
City In any way with title I and lly /llerlle Hall) DCI'.OfHH I Klrat uhlkatlon hale Jan. 21. 1IM4. Ponds and her mother Mn S. C.

strategically located REAL ESTATE p,,nienn inn of the lalntlff In and, I. : : WIOIIT ''lI'n.'oun Jan 22, 20, Ftb I, IJ: t Weil.) 10+14. Webb from Virginia Beach, Va
mid lenta. Anrri.-an National) Hank JII'I'Ig.
corner lot has US Yes and each. of you are Iler.h I'. If, lion WRit Next Saturday night will ht

No. 1 Frontage and or,lend and. require I to file your HI. lelerenurg. :33. Florida' the coronation of the King and
2 BEDROOM: HOME Attorney for Plaintiffleb ADDING MACHINE!: ROLLS only
near new N\SA Causeway Block construct. Anawer to tho mplalnt flied her I
Riparian Rights andis cd on corner lot with many shade trees. Completely fenced In agalnit, you In the above itylndMori 12. 19. 211. Mar 4 <"V.et984.>> \ :Me:!! each tt the Stir.Advocate Queen of Teen.Town of Indian

priced below with cyclone fence and priced at only $6900 Low down pay. .u.e Ih. Circuit In the e..url office I"o'.nd Ih.) fur I.rk; ii,of.. !\4HITHK: Of HT' ..NTIO.,
market at $12,500 ment and just $75 month. nrd ('oonty. 'Iorld. .1 hi. office riCTiriOlM *InCh: of candidates are In the race for .4'C
.t th. Cnurthoune In TltuovIJl". la compllanc with llnua Hill
with terms. Potentialis NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 both on 1 acre plus Extra large rooms ,"la. on or brfor the 1 Ulh day Mo 1176. Chapter Number KriVI" trill honor and the pair of eandidates .

unlimited on this double carport central heat air conditioned and many other of March, A. O, 1W4 .ol, to. pore.g I.awe of Florida. Act. .of 1911, the that turn In the most t
,' undersigned will reglater with the i.
true and compMe copy au h
lot-Come in for de extras. Why be satisfied with a small home on a small lot answer upon HtKvru t. DAVIS (ierk of tha Circuit Court In Mr.- money will be proclaimed King

when you can own this beautiful estate for just 15900. Attorney for lalntlff who. ad horS County. Florida, upon she and All collecjldn! for this
tails.T41Trailer. ecelpt of proof of publication of i '
North Hallfa UaytonaHcaeh
dream ll 528 .
10 ACRE RANCh only 7 miles from Tltusville Only one we tlorlla, on or before acid title nolle.. th. following flrlltlou I Ime. I I \t!. Qute.n.! \-I7, turned: .W.,M'Mr<1. .. '
Park $19- know of this close! in. Just reduced for quick sale Two bed date. 1 te-wlt I : Reaearch JUalty I Not tl 101111'I' 4..rd'triml. .t
room home included In low of IT I III IIEREIIT OnIlERF.D that Ins, under which I ass engefed In
000 down, will set price $14.950. this noil" and or,'ler ahall ha published real. musts. brokerage al 1211 Orlando' Street not later than 12 noon on '
19 LOTS near Rt. No. :50 and Indian River once a week for four to can. flil (IRI. K) Tltuavlll.. J'1orlI.. and
this well City Adjoining block Saturday next, Mr. HartzoB! 81
you up on lecutlva. weeka prior lo the. ..for..al" .- that the. lerslgned If the only ---L :
located trailer park, zoned commercial and we believe this could he zoned also. data <,f 12th day of March t parson Interested. In laid, bualneaaDated slsted by her committee, will \ 1-
Total price including 2 frame hornet, just $16,:500 with terms 1J04 In the Tllunvllla Stir Ailvocata. al Titusvllle, Florida this :
every space loadedA anew.paper gagnnerair ir.eutatien lath day of January, A.D. IM4 by Capt Fr.d lowlon, Oiractor count all the money and will list
real maker 12 LOTS with 150 ft. frontage on Rt. No. 405. Includes a In llrevard County. llnrlda. Martin I. lunn Marina' Slfaly, layihaon' all the candidates and the
money UHKEIN KAII NOT OH A I)F. Ian 2* Fab t aaislW.dm44.( j
-Full price 1 only 2 bedroom block constructed home In good condition CHIt: .PRO CtJVrrllMO: WILL HKFVTHIFIJ :- i Company. J, Amarlca' Cup Amount collected by each pair '

ALSO 2 bedroom frame rental. Total price for AOAt\: YOU FUK It ,Tech CIKCI IT es.tNt; Hf TIIFliril Cnomplortihip, sailing matter. ft)In lint will then be sealed In
i $65,000.M9lMotell9,000. HICH KAII.I'Kb., JIIIKMI. CIHfllT. 1* ,
: everytihng, Just $14000 with terms. Will also sell WITNEsS: my hand an,I ecu at % qi.! rug lime Its .\ Iii' S III1TI '" an envelope ant, remain In hrrpGIIleulon

, down vacant lots on Rt. No. 405 seperate Tltuavllle thin hub, day Bnvar of'I County February. Flort AI1"..la. P-i.oKlIs I :nI'Iih'4'IfNY 455. liana w -.w- until 1:30: p.m. Saturday -

I : will handle This 1 3 ACRES on good County road near U. S. No 1. Would make .
'UlfoAI.) LrK: rTIIAIV,
modern centrally b located several nice homesites -1993 with excellent terms L'I1RTII4 It OA RSY.II lalntlff when the envelope will he opened

With (lock of the Circuit Court .... I and the name of the successful .
motel 49 ACRES of
good high pine land. Just !10) minutes drive from Florida' ARAH STRAIN
liravard nunty
up to date living Titusvllle $600 per acre with terms Hy : V. N. "ar..I..r. l> t. jlefennant I 'tAvPRI.Rs King and,! Quern will be! announced .

quarters and rooms 12 UNIT MOTEL and restaurant south of Titusrllle 200 ft. U S. Teh U: I 13 K. Mar. 4 (IWe!.) INtl.aitir. : TO: HARAH 7<,W lluert STRAIN= MOT'T .

In and see one No. 1 Frontage by 250 ft. deep. Completely furnished but 1.1 Paso. T....
-Stop in need of somt paint and repairs. Out of town owner says I Y Guar. hereby notified that a Directory SlMr .
of the best buys in : or i'4TETtiO' TORMilHTrK Complaint' foe Dlvnrr has horn
to sell it
now. Priced right
IKTiriOlM VAMT: Iliad agalaal you In In* Court llsteuahova *. Roe Mitchell cochairman 11
the area. ti CITY BLOCK In heart of Tltusville Zoned( commercial with In .omll'h.' ,, with Home. mil ..S lha abbreviated till ofth \: of the Indian River City 9247
railroad frontage Also fronting on three streets Includesa No. in. eaptar; Number 1WM case |a .. set forth herelnabov t 51
Lawa of Florl)la. Acta of 1941, tha anil you ace hereby required tn Woman'i Club latest venture SIZES I.Y2-8
3 bedroom home, mm rented. Todays price only $17,:500. l with th. --- "
unlenlgned will re.l.t.r serve a copy of yur A newer or ,: the sale of the IRC fireman ,
ARROWREALTY I U. S. NO 1 FRONTAGE. 100 ft. located north of Minis pricedat (lerk of tha Circuit Court U Bra- Pleading to the Complaint on th. ,. -.-
$25. ft. with termi.RYAN .ard County. rloltI. upon receipt Plaintiff attorney, Claul, Pepper. Directories, reports that this pro Printed Pattern 8J47: Chul-
per of proof if publication of thlanolle Walker A Pearson. 111* Byrd Plata. ,.AHP.II' I II well and dren Hliea i. 4, I, I, 8litaiea <
ject since
*. the following flctltloua Cocoa. Florida. and fll. th. original ( AlJJm underway 2)4) yarda 35-Inch.
name, lo.wit\ : turn'. Urlll under Anawsr or Pleading In nit office !AU e BIl- additional! directories are still
which I am engaged. In bualnaaa al at the fUrk nf Ireull Court fIFTY CENTS In coIns for
14 Main St., Tllvavlll.. Florida, inS cot 1..1.. tb.n Ih. 12lh day. ofMareb. tJPQUlIG (UlAf'e.e.EXJlAfJSr available anyone wishing to obtain thin pattern add IS cent ,
REALTYR. hat I hi unlenlgned la the only 1964.If one may contact Mr*. Mitchell for each pattern for l t- laimalllrar
....'...a Interested In naIl bualnaaa you fall I I" do .0. a Oe..r. Pro R. T{ ArtR.FOR. and clal handllne
Date'S .t Tllunlll". J'1orld.. ibis ('on'.... will be tubes .,.1..1 you at AM 7699$ or Mr. Harold Heed p
North Dixie Highway 12n. day. o. January. A D. lMI.I'llarle. for the rllf demanded In th* Ccmplalal 5MVVGAA'DM4IWSAFITY Gray at Al: ( 77504 to 170 Newspaper Pat
311 H. O.rl.nd tern YhepL> 232 W.gt 18th St.
Indian River City G. RYAN Reg Broker Jan :n. :2) r.b. 1t34w.d.C ) INt. CURTIS R. BAR MRS Member of the club will be New York I 1. N. T. Send 60?

rierk at Clrealt Court > stationed it local establishment for oar Spring.Summer Pat
7-7037 MAKES A
RIVER CITY Sy: V. at ttpangler tern
Catalog include
LEGAL PADS SiC Supply, ISe Deputy Clark on Friday evening and Saturday coupon
Kowd for
PHONE: 267-4691 l One frt Pattern.
Don R. Mancini Broker each at Star.Advocate Office I'OURT ShALe morning In able to furnish all
Feb 11. It. :M. Mar 4 (Wad) 1M4!




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A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville

F H A LOW DOWN Only 2 Miles West of U.S. No.1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER, INC. ;


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-= Libby Zesty Flavored Tomato

pp 4 46-ox.: $1
a Juice cans II

h Red or Yellow Hawaiian "HUNT'S SALE ;!
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i Fruit nch 3 Hunt's Yellow Cling
; cans. /2 '
-* Peach Halves ... .4 cool 1
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f i Gl'den l Corn 8 ?tans: : *l.F&P l. Hunt's Delicious 5 #300 $1

: Whole Apricots cane j
Tender Green Garden t
(PV6u #303 1 Hunt's Flavorful StewedTomatoes .
: P e a 5" 6 cans 6 #300 $1
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4 Popular I Star-Kit LabeljChunk
Hunt's Zesty Flavored t
-' ,.. Tuna**1 4'S.rS1. Tomato Catsup 6 bole;**' $1.. \

Swift's Assorted Sherbets or

Ice Cream. 5 pint 91. $1 Hunt's Tomato Versatile Sauce ,. ,. 3 :eo:; 33* !

...f>, Beans & Wieners' Timer 1 with Van Camp ;I
_. Hunt's Tasty RichTomato
': \ Pork & Beans 2 #cans 300 25 Paste 3 "t"::. 39*

Hunt's SolidPockTomatoes

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44 Krispy Crackers. .. . Pkg Mb. 31t{! 't : )'
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Fudge'N Nut, Caramel Chip, Chocolate Drop 1 1A Ii
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FJoV. Cookies .... 3 pkgs. 87 AhZt

Royal HawaiianMacadamia
6-01. I I
Nuts . . lar 99'Keystone 'r __ .
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(stems and piecedMushrooms )

. .... .... 4 con.4-01. $1 I;t.... '., _

Betty Crocker's Handy _

I Instant Potatoes . . Pk9;:;: 33t{! I. 4'.1 _' 4

All-Purpose PlasticHand.Wrap .. St. LIb1IW ,
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Breakfast Club FreshWkippeJWhite ,;,;.: Chun Kino Tasty Chick ..
Bread 2 family( 41 t! :.:' Chow Mein ..... """".. 59c
sie : '
Joio J w.1I Chick., T.rk', .
100 .. TEA 1JOO PRICES EFFECTIVE I THURS., Pot Pies .. .....................1'Wk''I.. 69c
FRI., SAT., FEB. 13,14,15, ; Ptppirldga formi Apple, Bluoborry .
I. J"{ Groen Hi,*fcll. CO_.Stamps.4,.".......It I 1964 ""6' 'JI.1''": .. IOIVIl produce Irittc o Turnovers ....................... *."1. 49c
Swiit'l: Premium Suptr Sliced Cold Cuts Rich't Tory Cho ...
(bolos,*> brounichwtigcr:, pt-,. party, .., .., CRISP RED JONATHAN .. ... .... ...........? :"" 49cOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQW
il picklt( bpim.ntele6...,,,, l, ..-.** .., / 1
r .to r U. I. PIIlIJ 1 I 3-lb. 39Eclairs.' Farm'i C,...,.... .
Apples, bag h ............-....... 4 :"H. $1 1.
eXTRA Genuine Idaho BakingPotatoes Booth's Skmlait
100 UV.FREE I. 100 1 S9 Sole Fillet .........-........... "I"IMrt ::. 59c
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14os...,,bob,... 98c Crisp Western CelloPackedCarrots
14.nM 11 1N1/ r:;;:,
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i wi I*All coupon and. fwaSut. oh I r .., Pillibury! Swat of iurtormllk
W'dbury lotion or Hond & BodyLotion ." o . 39 Biscuits .........??. 6.M 49cSwift's
$1.le value SOc. plus tax / N.w. S.iilt-Stalod. ,,.,,,Ium Label """" ro (........".'. laity I

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Mm Witcomi li* Midmn Aged"
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I Swotl Nutty Flavortd
Hirmo" Or.ng o Band Pork Muenster .............._........ 'IE:: 69c
Green' Stamps I Bag. Sausage . .. . lb.S 39
LAMBRECHT'S CHEESE CAKE TirMw't Taity frtikSliced

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20-os. pkg.. 79c Bologna I ...... .''iV 39' our 99tl. I I
58 I Cop.l.nd'ruh Smatod.
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0000000000000000008 Gins Link Sausage . ........... ro. 59' store opens I
Tairy Small, Si.. Florida ::1
!5 O EXTRA PREE.B ones 8 9 White. Shrimp "........... *. 49' tO l D licoy| Froth Florida( :
Jw( Green. Stamps Ib. Crawfish .. ... ., 69
I Singleton's nh Family kit' CHIOM Pk.vi Breaded iimkoio Shrimp oh ; iCey!! Club ..... I

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Chuck Steaks lb.59c .
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Korean GI Bill |

i Star-Advocate Deadline Nears <

The Vole oi 2S.OOO North Brevard County Residents Veteran taking education or

I. ---i--- courts under the Ku
ram( ng
I L- ------ can GI Till may have to crarh"or '
"double up" claiies to reach
"Career Day"' Held At GibsonStudenfs air: goad ai the deadline Ic.

1 1I nplrt'ng' such courses is n I .. .
only one year awsyCunjrisi

Hear h.s art January 31.
I %:s. ai the l'J.olf'i da'e for thUurnn -
1 iradjijstnunt program oL
duidthi' ; and training for v"t-
The Andrew J Gibson School iium, Lot: W. H, Boshoff, VbUi
campus was the scene of another e 1 4 i 1,1111, Service! Officer for Enud
guidance activity on Thursday '. County explained
February 6, us ho secondary .ry s H1t'
students received information Korean Conflut veterans wind
end: ethic on the various fields r nave not ,t irted their touring
of intercut which they will in 'houl I make applications to determine
deavoi. to pursue as life careers. I<< whether or not they al''n

Till The Career Day program begun Mill eligible There arc rtam
with a general assembly at dt'alllinf'llItt's and tune linut
t 9,CO a.m at which time Mr. fur training These err based
( Tiaim", Missile Scientists from ""II Hut date of disthargt ''jr re--
NASA very aucquauly exploredthe scam front active duty

r'NASA REPRESENTATIVES Shown ed space travel, the different space vehicles many job oopoitumtics In lu t re eligible for this !training,
't above are three representatives of the and the progress that has been the Space Program. He spoke he( veteran must have had act
John F. Kennedy Space Center as they made In space travel. The representa from the theme: "JOBS NOW eve service between Juno lOoO ,
';i, explain slides which were shown at Gibtives are from left, Harry V7, Smith, Marti THAT LEAD TO CAREERS and January 31, 1935: Trail
son School recently as part of the "CaSample, and Angelo Talani LATER. After Mr. Tiami "ing must>>t bo commenced within
reer Day" activities The slides explain -S-A Photo.) address, there was a brief question thin yeurs from the v trarffirst
i and answer period t unconditional disrhar 'r or

r Icaie from active duty ufli.!
r Music for the assembly program
: was furnished by the January :31,' 1033Higiblo .

L Savings OpportunityAvailable school chorus and the Jr High veterans may enrutl
band under the direction of
in schools or colleges, take ou
i Simon !Hall and Eugene Scott, .
I the job( training, enroll in mUtutlnnul '
j lespcetivcly! .;; .(farm or
To Vets In Innclpal Frank E. Wil .---- ---- _.. -....._--- -- .--.. -.- ;,... other programs on \ which training combing;
Hams remarks, the studentsacre
1 FUTURE NURSES As a part of "Career and work of a nurse and nurses aid They school and job training or select
to harness all of their
1l l Veterans can build up an In. plans available to GI policyholders toward payment of future pitmi and abilities toward Day" held recently at Gibson School, ate from left( Rosie Lee Harvey, T. A. rorre tcicst.bearing savings account that will insure keeping urns. This option does nut pro energies for worthwhile pre the three ladies standing above explained Httman and Hem ice lisher Veterans receive an allowance
i without taking a single penny their policies in force and, or vide deposit interest, nor can the paration cervices which they will call to several interested students the life -S-A( Photo.) cat'h jnonth to inept t pili t of their

out of their pockets build< up an interest,\bearing deposit veteran draw from It. their careers lie emphasized .. .. training and living expenses
By merely authorizing the just like in a bank. No more regular dividend the fact that time Is too valuablenot Science, George Fayson and traduced the guest: speaker. is organizing one of the most: rewarding First step is to obtain the nC<"
Veterans Administration to hold One plan Is strictly a Deposit payments will be due CI policyholders to take advantage of every Cornell Gibson Mathematics, !Hirutor of Personnel at NASA Carver Days in the his. ensiry application forms at
their annual GI insurance divl Plan where the veteran asks the in 1964 since, In responseto minute in the acquisition of Mrs. T. Pittman radical and was. also a favorite guest on tory of tin school. Dos( hoff t office, 317 WashingtonAvc

dends they can either build up VA Insurance Center holdinghis the President1 request, the knowledge.At Nursing, Miss P. James Bus Thursday tIhc o Titusvillt, Ha
interest. or VA paid $234 million in regular Clerical Work, Miss E. slu ----
an bearing deposit policy to leave his future the conclusion of the assembly iness and pilndpul. faculty
Insure non lapse of their policy dividends on deposit where they 1964 dividends to some 225,000 program the students retired Leisure Commercial Ails, dints and .onsulUuts generated -

because of late premium payment will draw interest. He can draw World War I veterans and 43 to the various areas to re Robert Hudson Journalism, great pnthu.11II11Ifltll> the cljy's COURTESY BRINGS
from the account, but depositscan million World War II veterans echo detailed information froma Mr. Rosalyn Dlake Speechand observance *with I. special torn PROFIT
New that all veteran policy. only be from policy dividndi between January 2 and 9 instead specialist in each area. The Drama, Mrs. A. Williams mcndatiun to the Guidance Cum FRIENDS AND

holders have received payment Should he get In a fin or waiting until the anniversarydates Consultations were organizedinto Teaching mittcc, under the ihjirnmnshlp Answer Your Telephone Every Time A
of their 1964 regular GI Insur anclal tight, he can authorizethe of each policy, which (1)I general discourse by the Miss!\ Marti!\ Sample, who( In- Of W. Fildcr, for planning! !! and Customer Calls Or.Let Us Do It For You.
ante dividends in a ..peeded.upJro&ram VA to pay a premium due spreads the payments but over specialists and ((2)) question and ..
} &: during the first two for him from the fund. 12 month period'Korean answer period for more minute Explorers Fastest Growing Scout Unit
weeks of January at the requestof A second plan is called the Conflict veterans hold details. The consultants! were: '
the President to bolster the Credit Option and works the participating policies that do pKahn\ Medicine, Or Fastest growng; program of the There are 6S3 young men in
nations economy, they have same as the Deposit Plan exceptit not provide regular annnal dividend Laws Dentistry), Mr. Tiaini Boy Scouts of America is Exploring S3 Explorer units In the Central\ -Tltusvill.. Aral Cocoa A C.en Bitch
nearly a year to decide if they has a bu It.in protection for payments Space Program, Engineering tor high-school age lads. Florida Council, Bay Scouts( ofAmerica 27 SS30 414-7011
want future dividends paid in the of The regular dividends T, Cot. Their areas III'eloci.. I
poyrrent any premiumsthe are prl J. Brown Electronics experience \ I
cash left with the VA under ______ .. .
or veteran might neglect to pay marl a return to the policyholders ting ham .Law James Ding gal. vocational, outdoor, personal -'-' -- .
ono of thie plans.plfmd,. ,.,, of of. { tf: Wil:' service and citizenship
before the grace period cip res"1 part tttfctfpremium'I l Ida Mot'names, A. : .fitness, ,
Col. W, H. Boshoff. Veterans This account also draws interest payments since the death rate llama <-- Building Construction Each post -selects a specialty '
Service Officer for Brevard County and the veteran can draw fromIt. among GI policyholders continues Miss N. Johnson Library interest to follow for months. or
today explained the three to be lower than the rate which Science-. R. Ryoland Wood. years, adaptable to Interests and CUTTERDRUGFERTILIZE: ::::

Under both these plans, upon the premiums were establishedby work, Mrs. Ann Stoddard abilities' of members and leaders
Scouts Possess the in ured's death the law Social Work, B Thomas and aided by consultants.
_________._ u ______- ----------
Federal Charter beneficiary receives any money
on deposit in addition to the NOW!

Congress end President Wood principal sum of the policy, We Salute
row Wilson honored the Boy Bobhoff explained. .
Scouts of America by granting In addition, the VA offers aPrf'rnium
it a federal charter on June 15, Option under which NOW IS THE It.
1918 The bill giving federal in. the policyholder can authorizethe The Boy Scouts of America !
corporation was passed unanl dividend to be applied on the TIME TO c1J1vi.FERTILIZE .
mously by the House of Repre anniversary date of the policy
aentatives and Senate, : '
In turn, 527 local councils: are
chartered each year by the At George Stuart's : OY SCOUT WEEK I
Scouts' National Council to administer Revive'S

the programs of Scouting Winter a
in designated areas
The Central Florida Council Weary
wlich: serves seven counties in. LOCKERS
eluding Brevard has headquarters "STRENGTHEN AMERICA Lawns *

in Orlando :and was originally I BENCHES

chartered TidesHigh in 1922:) Low RACKS BINS Scouting Makes The Difference" Save up to 331/3% on famous

M......*.!.. The above theme for
Thursday, Fib 13 In, Stock. -OrtoiiAtWmfcMM
6:39: a.m. 2:18: a m. I..di.s. p.iiwry" Scouts of Americain NEW PELLETED

8:48: p.m. 2:46: p,m. WITH HICIC ge01ge stuart. 1964 is significant.

Friday, Fib. 14 0.-n..urwd.CN IMC CI.was J-JJOJ I \ D
liu craw. Mxtounn. AM J.' e \7u 0 0
11:18: a.m. 300am. i 31 f AST OBINSOM.. .. O_I>NOO From the ranksof 4 t
11:30: p.m. 3,26 pm.


NOTICE Scouts will BIG DAYS :

come manyof


of tomorrow! FRIDAY
February 20th li the last day you may drive your SATURDAY.
vehicle without 1984 auto tags. ;jOPi;
For your convenience auto tag agonclos will b. AMERICA I SUNDAY
open Saturday. F.bruary IS 8:30 to 12:00. Regular GREENUPNITROGEN 'A(. .
hours are 830 a.m. to 5.00 p.m Monday thru Friday. I I t ')!;,,I.,wAS ', '

Please get your tags now and not wait until the ORDINARY I t''I'' .Jti'"r )
deadline as there will be a big rush on that day. If .
I "
care to order' by' mall
you you can by tending your ,
renewal registration' with a check for the amount shown "
and add SOc milling for each Pail tctinf nitrofltnof quick ,,,.""'p
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Tlturville :
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of February-A, .P. 114.HMtrlV nenrlnn a copy of your written d*. 5 \
2-C Tltusvllla (Florida) Sfir Advocate Wednesday, February 12, 1 19" N TTTR: ClUCCtT COURT OF THE Deputy ,Clerk. the 24: day: :' FAIL NOT or a DecreeCDoWAND tenon 'If any upon Churl P. t
NINTH JPDIflAL fllirt'IT IN HOWARD L MAYKH, In. .froCwil.reo. wW be ......._NA -\lfBfmt.. ot creflon, tlrewer! Het"lend
AND' FOIL iJtlLVAUL: COL'NTV, : Attorney lot Plunutf10S for the relief prayed for la ukl 609 Palm Avenue Tliu.vUI..
.rAR ADVOCATE'S FLORIDA Julia StreetP. you Florida Attorneys for Fetltlownre,
MISTER BREGER CHANCERY: NO. 27540 0. Boa 133 ORDERED at Tl- and b, filing the erta-lnal. thereof

a..e tww..real.'a ...... ..... \\10.-4- ..... -.... I DEAN E. WE.VTZ.PlalnUffRICHA"HD Jan.Tltnavllle 12. S9, Florida...... I, 12 (W....) 19M.ix ......111.. Florida A ,1M4.thla :21et day orJ"II".c"IR befert with the the Clerk Slat of day eald.f Court February. on or,

I ilD'ft. BARNES: 1M4 otaerwlee, a Deere: may .be
Crossword Puzzle I Till: riitct\ 'IT ci rT or Tint:
'l.'t"LIke ) D. Defendant WENTI NINTH JlDICMt CIIICtIT, IX Clerk of the Circuit Court for .entered dnptlon.WITNESS.at you !gra.ungaid:
Bnvard County, Florida
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ASK! FOR BKKVAHn 1O15T1! By Beetle Half: : my hand and seal of
TO) RICHARD D WENTZ FI.oa1DSCH.bhLERT Deputy Clerk aid Court at Tttuavlll, BrevardCetiaty
761J Darby Street : ; Xf. I1M9 Real Florida, thla llrt day of
2.The Three 22.Man'a NOTICE: or IIn1'I'l'IAN (Court )
ACROR9 H.a.da. California MAHT.LU '... Si. :II, r.b. S, H (Wed' .| 1H4.ix "'''u'cmltIt.
Wlae Men name BARNES)
? .
: that Divorce .ha. Clerk of Circuit Court
Went 01\ S.Partly 23. Alcott aanowahoes a Complaint for '
e. Tuft
heroine been filed .|.III.t you, and you are DAVID THE CIRCUIT rot HT By Beetle HallDeputy
open required to nerve a copy of your !EDWARD MANTKLU BIRTH J'DI14L CII\'I IT. IIAXII Clerk
11.Indll.l\: 4.Perched 25. High. aniwer, or pleading to the Complain Defendant' f OK ah\AKI rOl'(1'\. (Court Real.>
prince 5. Ancient est s ? 6 on the plaintiff. attorney Howard, TOi EDWARD DAVID MANTELI tI.'. hae 12 29, ".b. B. U (Wed.) 1M4.
country of card n t 1.. M.).., Jr, lilt Julia Street P. Ono YOU ARK: HEREBY: NOTIFIED HAvrrnv: ",o .,. sIN
12.Bt'tlmn 1333: Tltuwllle, Florida, and that a ..11 for divorce baa been REt ADOPTION OFTRRRI
13.A IlzI 'S. Arabla 28. South file the original' aniwer or pleading filed! atflnat you In the Circuit, UtE DeMOSRby f If f have real estateto
or type Varying Amen14. 1\ In the office of the Clerk et the Court of the Ninth Judicial' Circuit., ROBERT LEE LTTTLR, JR. you
.Cleanse Or weight: can h I IBOap Circuit Court of Brerard County In and for Brevard County Florida, and CECILIA FRANCES
India river ." Florida oa or before 3D day ofFebruary entitled, SUSAN MANTEI.L, Plain- TITLE, bla wile sell if
_.. or
P trtloi are
Aa.Wse 1M4. If you fall to du life Va. EDWARD DAVID MAN you
obi. t.Illland or 21.Patrt..t..yo.l TELL No.. NOTICE' or ABOITHCHeiece
15.Her: no. a decree pro eonfoeao will 1 be Defendant, Chancery
.Tramp d the West oUo take. aiaHiat you for the relief Ae> 2TiI4t. You are hereby, required. to '.am.ItJIUUIITOI :
18.Alphabet Indlea organiza3LShadetree'! minded In the complaint. verve a copy of your anawer or : 9""",. DeMaoa looking for choice real
3 .Be sullen DATED at Tltuivllle. PreviH! other written defence t.. the Com .nkaowlt
Loup 8.French tlon: County Florida thla 20 day of plaint filed herein upon Juatlce, Tots ARE HEREBY: NOTIFIED:
letters river abbr. 40.Sea.agle January, 1St.CURTIS. MoCnrey *, Travera, Attorney for that the above named Petitioner estate use our classified
19.Ankles: 9.0therwi.. 29. Regret 42.Skin J R. BARNES* Plaintiff P O. Box 842 Cocoa have riled a Petition In the abe'"e ,
10.Colorl. 31. ExpreuloD disorder Clerk of Circuit CourtBernard Beach Florida, and to file the ordinal tty.led. Court for the adoption ot
County, Florida thereof in the office rf the the minor" child named\ herein and columns.
21accounntE17.Colnto of 4S.StonD I (COURT SEAL' Clerk of the Circuit Court of II...- you are required. to ahow "..... why .
disgust 44.Lumpof Florida, before the name ihould not be ranted by
: By Beetle nail vard County on or
or earth .. .. .__ r
ChIn. Swe Exclama.19.. A110 dUN 45.Soak up
2-1. tJCE/I t LOVE HIM
tlon :10.Timid 38.Light taft 48.Cereal MY FRIEND! SO MUCH I WANT

2:5.: Help :11. Spigot 37. Soothes try TO PO COMJSTWINiS

28 Protectivi I Z 5 4 S 4r 7 & 8 /focovering 1 EXTRA) FOR HIM/

30. State: 00 ; LJ
'f" Il
flower: I

New Mex. i 15 ,14 I ahrays lay. It take all kinds of people to OH

32.Wages make a universe=

g Aloft 15 W 17 is ,

38.The shoe 7 19 I Q 7) Dear Ann Landers: Recently Think you, Ann Landers. From

38. Fencing "/ ',h my husband and I moved to a now on I'll hold by head high and rot I tor tar

Mother sword : I 2Z34t. l4- 25 221 new city. We do not know a soul be proud to be seen with my wonderful I

colioq. l8 19 b 31 in this town. After having a large guy. MO" IN STOCKING R/ .. 1

42.- de number:\ of friends In the city we FEET t

Triomphe 31. fa: 33 34 3s used to live in, we feel very Dear Stocking Feet: The many

4:1.: Lemur47,11e.trleted much slone. warm letters from tall gals AND )1
37 )
49.Inferior 300 My husband works In an organ. short fellas have made me> feel THERE 4; ALWAYS THAT'S WHAT BUILDS SOOPFRENPSHlPSSQMEONE UMMM I WONIfER

wool Jd 69 40. 41 1 46o. .w.- Ration which employees about 9 feet tall. Thanks. o0E5 MY ydAVES Tn WHAT HE DOES THS

.Tropical thirty people lie says the men :z: FRIEND ME V3U CAN DEPEND OrV REST OF THE J

fruit }5 11 u H i 18lit. at work are all pleasant but not Ann Landers' frank and informative SOMEONE YOU CAN PAYHES /.
Costly 'I) (( TRUST rO
one of them has expressed any new book "Teen-Agers
lI2. plrlted.i
ores Interest in getting together soc And Sex" ($%.95)), Is now available I !I Ig

DOWN 5J 52 ially.I at your book store.

1, n.h tit.lamallolt. I am a congenial person and Ann Landers will be glad to

:__. 7-1Z would not be uncomfortable about help you with your problems.

phoning tome of the wives and Send them to her in care of this ;

Inviting them over. Is this proper. newspaper enclosing a stamped, w ooooo I 0000 tl ,r yL' A I

Or should we wait for one of self-addressed envelope.

ANN LANDERSJust them to make the first move? I
'IoKln'. 1"1 ,\ roB imr.AKII :. !
Dear L. 0.: It Is not proper for \ ( Ml'>TT. 2 t3

the wife to In hanrery >.. t" J -1
of a new man phonethe .
NiceDear issue;a OK I'tHIIClTlOXMITK
Being wife of an "old timer", in an K TO III.*'PM II NOINVENiORY.OFALLTHE
'\ Addle U Jone. CUT IN THE MAIN TAA 1
attempt to get lcqualnted.Join Plaintiff WH-R.: ;; VjPFICBTAWNa INVENTOR*; VUU WEAN OFAU- SECFUaTAAiES/! I'',
a church auxiliary, Lea- *ve- *
William E. Jonea, ABERNATHY? a ttt
of Women Voters or a servIce Defendant
Ann Landers: Your recent cheese dip wrapped! In a table. _
group. Check to see if yourcity THE STATE OF FLORIDA
advice to "Sittinj' Duck" -: cloth. has a Newcomer's Club. TOI I WILLIAM E. JONES 1 l
Itedilenc Unknown V
: raj
that standing passengers on a boa! The bus was crowded and Ididn't \ ftp ,
(They are great)) Ton are required to nerve a copy ( -ll
ask seated of Answer, to the Complaint for
should not passengersto get seat. I will never will your
Before 101ll'Ou surely Divorce herein upon the PlalnliffeAttorney
hold their parcels did not forget the agony of trying to hold meet women with whom you are a. Oarlen Ilerln 8.13 New
up' 'to usual stand Haven Avenue, Melbourne. Florida, >-
measure your
the bowl of cheese dip with one compatible. You can then Invite and file the original In the officeof

ards ot coiripasslon. hand and hang on to the bus pole them to your home for an eve- the Clerk o( the Circuit Court atTltuevllle
Florida, on before the .
I used to be a stenographer ina with the other. After 15 minutesmy .ilni with their husbands. led day of blanch 1M4 or a decree I

law firm'I'where it was customary arms felt as if they were pro confeaeo will' be entered against ii

for the\ office staff to celebrate about to fall off I was temptedto you.DOTED January 21. 1M4. RI/s1aJAY/ l
Dear Ann Landers: I am 'a IT- J 11
with the birthday girl. The drop the bowl on the head of CURTIS R BARNES "
)' ar-olt1 girl and a devoted Lan Clerk of Circuit Court
treat they all like best' was the man who was seated under reader. I've wanted to write (CIRCUIT COURT REAL) LU HERE'S ANOTHER ANP ANOTHERANI / THAT'S YOUR TIPJ NOW
potato Chips and a cheese dip. ders By Berths MallDeputy CO QUARTER'! >ANOTHER)! HOW ABOUT TAKING
?sly note .fo times and can-put It. Clerk
you many Q
The day it was turn to bring Ian. 29, Feb. 5. 17. 19 (Wed) 1M4.( Ep! MYORPER?
Since that day whenever I geta off no longer. I must tell you
cheese the
the dip I prepared THeRE A -
seat on) the bus and I see a what you have done for me. Remember pay your Paper Boy. "
treat in a large glass bowl which ( QUARTERI ,
standing struggling The letter from the till girl
I passenger h 1f1
weighed about 10 pounds. got /I
fFLORIDAlJi with a parcel 1 offer to hold< It. who had fallen for the short guy ? ,
the bowl
on the bus carrying
r No doubt "Sitting Duck" will do did it. I had t been>> fighting a' WHOLE LIFEINSURANCE

the same if the shoe ever gets on heavy crush for months because

the other foot. STANDING the young man (I'll call him Rob).

DUCK is four Inches shorter than I am. Rates Starting As
Dear Duckey: The advice When I saw your sincere and Low As e

holds. A standing passenger witty advice Jlo( the tall girl I Age
THEATRE. TTTUSVILLE knew it meant for too. 20 2.37 per $1,000 Annually .l lr yr t/ e
should not ask a seated passengerto was me, 25 3.17 per $1,000 Annually i

OPEN hold a parcel, lunch, purse, Since I read that column my 40 5.44 per $1,000 Annually
:30-FEAT.: 7:19 9:25
: :
child or a bowl' of( cheese dip. Any embarrassment about Rob'sheight HAROLD A STANEK f&! ,

I seated passenger who would not has disappeared into thin ASSOCIATES

offer to help without being asked air. You said all the things I was I LLi ..,.,,..
117 BROAD STREET } 'j7j nYe.
is such a clod he would undoubt feeling, but couldn't get throughmy 2(7-2392 '

edly say no anyway. thick skull.TELEVISION. S 'r'

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W1"by, February 12, 1964 TltusvlU(Florida) Star.Advocate Pag 3-C L .. .

I Noted Author To Speak THURSDAYSATURDAY ;:. CD Sr)JV1"e

inot;d author and former correspondent to devote all of of the United Nations
war correspondent, H H. "Pat" his time to free"lance xvritmg In 1961 he served is i consutt-!
frank, will be guest speaker of I However, the Korean War ant to the National Aeronauticsand ...
the Canaveral Press Club Wed- brought him back Into govern
Space Council and since I
nesday night, February 12th, in ment service and M spent\ W5253 I
the first of a series of programs in Korea on a special mission 1962 has been a consultant of TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER /
featuring prominent figures assignment as a representative"One the Department of Defense. ,
The affair will be held at the
Cape Colony Convention Hall D WASHINGTON AVE., TITUSVILLE j
with a social hour starting at 7 "Operation Minors" Continues
.m preceding Mr. Frank's
p ?

presentation.Members of the Press Club, With 150 Arrests Made To Dalepolice 1 IOSOW.KINGST. 1

their wives, members of the At. i I QUANTITY
lantic Missile Range Public Relations hundred and fifty minors officers, are: I. 'a,r COCOA( RIGHTS
Association, Brevard Co have been arrested thus far IXival. 24; Lee, 18; Dade, 10: 7a RESERVED j
unty Civilian/Military Relations and more are being apprehended nroward, eight; Hendry, six.
Council, Civil Defense officialsand regularly." This was the report Volusla, five; Bay, four; Saras
representatives of the Air given today( \ by State Beverage Ma, three; Collier two, Monroe 0

Force end NASA have been Director Richard B. Keating two; Highlands, St Johns, Hard > U$. GOVT. GRADED
Invited to attend the event and on progress of "Operation Min !, and t St. LUCK Counties, one
njeet the author who is currently H. H. "Pat" Frank ers," a program aimed at reducIng each GOOD" BEEF
Director of Information for the teenage drinking. In addition to these arrests,
Office of Civil Defense, Washing- from Martinique with photo LEAN I
Arrests began! following distri- charges also have been made'
ten D. C.During. graphs of the Vichy fleet, barely
bution of more than one-half against various persons Cfiarged "WESTERN"CHOPS I K.
his appearance here escaping arrest by the Gestapo. million pamphlets acquainting vVtelling\ to minors *r pun
Frank will premier a film titledA Immediately after the attackon youngsters with the law prohibiting chasing alcoholic beverages for .
Week in October" which is Pearl Harbor he was dispatched possession of alcoholic minors, the Director' said. PORK'
scheduled for general release on by OWI to Australia ta beverages, Keating explained. Both school officials and local ROUND SIRLOIN
February 24th. The documentary conduct and law enforcement agencies have
propaganda psych- Arrests! have been! made in at
covers t the seven critical ological operations in the South least IS: Florida counties where shown/ enthusiastic response to
days of the 1962 Cuban Crises and Southwest Pacific Theaters, the educational- phase of the the operation Keating said and ;
and will be followed by a short and to become U. S. representa- program has been completed. promised to continue the program -
presentation by the author. the on the Allied Political War- us long as conditions Showa
Leading the state in the Inforce-
Frank, a lifelong resident of fare Council. In 1943 he was need for it (FIRST) c'oj
ment phase of the is
program lb.
Florida, has written many books transferred to Istanbul to counter Palm Beach County with 64 arrests 79
and is author of such works as CUTS)
the Nazi propaganda machinein of minors charged with ( 3 9
"Alas Babylon", "How to Survive Turkey. After the Turks possession of alcoholic( beverage. The Titusville Star-
the H. Bomb and Why", LB.
Forbidden Area" and others broke relations with Berlin, he Other counties reporting arrests Advocate, 1st in circu-
resigned from OWl and resumedhis
made by either beverage
His writings also appear regularly career as a war Correspondent agents, sheriff's deputies or lation in No. Brevard. _
in This Week, Cosmopolitan, with Overseas News Agency I
Red Book and other national I
and periodicals.He
magazines Frank covered the American5th
began his Journalisticcareer and British 8th Armies, and
with the Jacksonville the 15th Air Force in It,ly. Near EXTRA
Journal while attending the Unrorsity the end of the war in Europe he .
of Florida. Successive entered Milan to find Mussolini Iw .n
assignments placed him with hanging by his heels, and) then GOOD" BEEF
The New York World, New York flew to Austria and Hungary to yW.
Journal and the Washington witness the collapse of the Nazi a C HUCK
t1cr.lld. forces in Central Europe. I o 6"
In 1938 he was appointed chief He was not cnly a witness buta ,
jt f the Washington Bureau of target as the Russians erectedthe ROAST
Overseas News Agency and Iron Curtain. He was seized I
thereafter concentrated on writ by Mongol troops on the read 1,
ing of the international scene. from Vienna to Budapest and '1
During 1940 he flew to Martinique taken to an MVD Headquarterswhere n f
after the Island was taken he was held and questioned -
over by the Vichy French and for 43 hours before the American
first reported the presence of a military mission could !emrt
powerful Vichy fleet, subset his release I 39c
vient to the Nazis, In the West- At the end of World War II, GRANULATED_
ern Hemisphere He escaped Frank resigned II. foreign

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E:! 250// you 25% off regular selling 0Osaves

SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY j prescriptions today and everyday. 9

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ROYAL Dynapoweflpeake No. ) r:1:

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LOW 66C 1 l 1 / FASTEETH DENTAL -' 42 your hair-do as you sleep'
14.95 1088 PAIGE ADHESIVE Limit, ; bathe! drive'- work

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1.00 79c
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BASEBALL TABLETS 100 I' 83 it bondi "M gl Iy hoirlin runlnf with cmplt Mil
Limit" 1 and tr bl. control kneki.. Special connection. for erten.ltpeaklr
A BAT888 phonograph M tope rtcordar. i '[ l A 1
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30.12.60 _.- Limit a AT 129.99

CHEWING GUM IT!: 6 for 19 _

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COFFEE '.'5 vein. 488 II NO tog Na wet Noiplmtari built., Pecked batteriat lit and attractivegift nock I., -- i' + cfcomleelly. treated koept windthMldt -
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MAKER Eckr1 low,pric box. Everything you r -
No clotheipini. 1j
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raids fiat fer
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ChINe oli. glove Mli.k/+turo Pktrle 259 .
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Compare at 1.95 aluminum legi. Jewelry Depf. Specials
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199 ., ., s color tlidea 01 woH. T. 5.00 t.

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#202 ZEBCO; f t irfWo'*w W1 > i f'e"V+ or General Electric AG-1 1 your choice I

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