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Title: Star-advocate
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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I Buy In Norlh Brevard! $tar-Advocate: r Smile (!%' Florida I :

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents s

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84th Year No. 20 5c Per Copy Titusville. Florida Friday, February 14, 1964 lli r Pages Today Published Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays I II
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:LL Four Heroic Boys Save j

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FEC Train Frown Blast i


A Bvi By Bill Lytrly of the tracks, Further invest!). IrnaclllnheadlllIt;; and decided! threw what explosives lie hut: in four paid! I didn't think we
: .y.yas .yk The amazingly,;: mature thinking gallon! led them to uncover 43 then that 'iimrthinK court 1 bert In the tot mt'tlll bashes and, he midi, "net mi enough/ awns trim(
ol a 15 >'car,old North Hrevard sticks of dynamite, each plainly ncVitr)>nut rcalmng that ont' and hilt brothers ran for rover that dynamite before the tram
boy, with death awaiting every labeled buried under! a track vtcp on (the coat hunger!.: I lying on just t minutes before the 107.ear got: ) there and I was afraid wo
move( averted tragedy Wednesday The year-oil 1, who had just tie rallmad,I bed would( !.I have sent train roared liy) -safely, would all be blown up VVt tit list t
night by dismantling I studied dynamite In a science he and hIS biotlitrs to eternity, "Yes sir, we know what t that have time to get all the sticks out
bomb, rigged to explode under t subject in school, recognized the the teenager/ pulled wires\' anl I was", the 15 j'on roll suid when' an I we lift a few and ran for
fast approaching Florida East t rig as a bomb, but was undccldt 1 quickly began removing the asked if the boys) rxisslltly thought: eovtr The only thing between! us
Coast (freight tram as just what to do with It. dynamic I Irons its hiding place tho dynamite were railroad fuses and the (few sticks lift wan a
The bomb, 41 sticks of rijn.i- Suddenly, far up the track' the as the trans drew nearer and "It was written on the si'lc that ialhigc! palm and I didn, t know
mite, was discovered by the teenager boys heard the sound of an ap nearer it win dynamite whether or not they would\ (go;( off.
who along with his three preaching FEC freight: The! IS Finally his dimicrous! : task only (Queried a* to why (tllt'I i i>.kr'l I We was plenty scarexl"
brothers was returning (from an year.old looked up. saw the ap half accomplished, the jounsster their lives the spokesman of the After the train roared! by tile
y early evening fishing trip The bays picked up the rest of the
.' brothers, ages 8, 13, 18 and the ... I'.uianuU1' and found as many of
IS-'eaNlld were walking along av the ticks they hastily threw
the I EC tracks north of Munj away u* they could and started!
day a .. when the 8 .old discovered
; year home The sticks became heavy,
battery with wires attached ly } to they threw a (few sticks away
ing partly concealed by the Re anti !took several home 'to show(
tracks. 'e"t (Dad),"
The brothers picked' up the iu'a e The parents notified/ the sher
wires, traced them, and their/ iff's department and the (HJI was

.. ,, curiosity led them to a spot where "' '1w notified( by the Sheriff and, sub-
tile wires ended attached' to 2r
( a ? fluently" an Investigation it
*'. coat hunger lying in the middle t underway Ilie\ FBI I says that

several Rood leads, have been

Ar turned' up.
Renewed YourMembership
'I. "We didn't see nobody the
;j !!" youngsters/ ) said when asked it
: they had noticed anyone settingthe !

>" >".r, ,vVALENTINE'S" ;" .,' ',". ,,,. ex|>lo ive.i. "That place!: is

:a. ,, ".i:... a .. .., "N ...... -NM:1tIa.: .. :..". list of always deserted except for somebody -
Faced with a long( (fishing every once in a-
DAY Doug Solomon ing his friend Darrell Roberts how "failure to renew" members, the while", they Maid referring( to the
I plants a kiss on pretty cheek of Emma Lou he should kiss his Valentine sweetheart. Chamber of Commerce Ambas fact that this length: of railroad
Winstead and Emma Lou doesn't seem Darrell had backed out at the last moment nador's Club Is making plans to Is almost inaccssible! and:

particularly enthralled over the whole and Doug filled in. (S-A Photo). turn till list over t to( the Cham desolate
situation. Actually Doug was just show- her board for their study, recommendations An FBI demolition expert said
) and action yesterday that due to age of the
The Ambassador' Club, which dynamite, tho explosives could
has been working in the membership have bun sit off lust pickingthem

House At New campaign, said that the up, and he could not understand .
Open Wing Chamber has 281 renewals, and why thei youngsters\ didn tart
:30 new members for a total of ffJhe> charge;.
I 2!)l, Other elitist t shvwJXhajedeclined \ Tho railroad I I. very thankful
) to Jt>in again: IK! past t ,yeNy that the youngsters found the
members arc out of business and dynamite, according to W, L.
Of Hospital On: Sunday 105 are in the "failure( to renew" Thornton, FEC vice,president
classification, "The FEC is also concerned that
So, It you believe the chamberis this attempt to wreck our train
vital to a growing city and could have very well cost the
"Open House" is being held operation Monday morning. answer any questions concerning you've just forgotten your mem- lives of four Innocent. young! boys,

Sunday afternoon at the new Mrs. Ella Shimer, administrator the new wing. bership dues, anyone in the Am not to speak' of',tho train crew.
Pediatric Wing of Jess Parrish at Jess Parrish, said "We Visitors at the "Open House" bassador's Club or from the men" *
are so thrilled at the thought of will be admitted at the far north Chamber office will stop by and fc The FEC vice.president said
Memorial Hospital opening the wing. It has been em rgency entrance, go through. pick them tip-Just use the phone that the boys received Stone front
Vision, who are invited to ready for some time but we have !the P.dlitilc wing and leave via ti> the Chamber office Or, if F.d Ball, chairman of the board
call between the hours of 2:00: to been unable to open due to short. the cast t doer of the wing you're nOw to the area and wantto "RIGHT THERE" Agent Lie Larsen of tery which led to the discovery of 43 sticks of Florida KEmii Coast Railroad

4,30 p.m. and Inspect the 17- ness of operating staff"The The Pink Ladies of( the hospital ( join) they'll be happy to Sheriff Leigh Wilson's Department, point of dynamite.-(S-A Photo), in appr,ff' tlon fed their heroic

Lied additon, will view a bright, visiting public will be I auxiliary will serve puncn come by to spot where 8-year-old boy found bat. actions. *,';*).",
modern facility that has been greeted by (he staff at Jess Par. and cookies to the Sunday visitors ...'A ..I sH

designed for children's treatmentand rich, headed by Dr. Alston( on the outside at the east Parrish, Barnes, Maxwell, Nash, Carlile Seeking Rc-Elcction \ll\,
care, which will be put into Brown, chief of staff, who will door, weather permitting \\I, ,

I Gurney Blasts Johnson's Budge 5 Democratic Officials Announce IBtrnard

In a talk to local Rotarians employment business, etc that it was $S,4 billion more
yesterday: : Republican Congressman "i'omted out that he supported than Congress appropriated, [for .. r 1L

Ed Gurney I lasted the pie- te,; public works( appropriationbill the late President's budget and,
(cut administration in Washing. Itiiit passed the House, which with the items moved over to the I

ton but pointed! out It was a included funds for the Central supplemental budget, was actually
nun,p.irlijiin" {II mion, since: it and S'lutlicrn Florida Flood Control / $9,S bil:ion more than Congress r I Ifp ITJR
held District, Canaveral Harbor ; approved! last year

was one by many conservative d
Democrats( and the Barge Canal; supportedeach e Said the Presidents "war l o
project in testimony before against proverty" i is merely a
Calling/ President Johnson'sproposed
committee; voted( for it on the program; that the late President '
budget "fraud amicle.oit'
'" HOUJU floor; but voted againstit Kennedy failed to get passed last
of the tiio
people cong
v>hen it came back from year but now appear under another s I I
ressman talked about civil rights,
House Senate conference name Y
t budgets! appropriations, foreign( committee
because: it had been in- e Caller! the "mus transit"portion
relations! conscivatism and the
crc:\>itd: by several hundred of of the bill the "wur t
the name of Can
change in Cape
millions of dollars in projects he thing ever proposed"' pe>.n::jjj rr
svnal.j .
(felt were not( necessary out that it was designed only to 4 tt.
j The Congressman: "ba,1,I out" the transit systems in t
Called the President' budget
Explained portions of tie mctiopolitzn areas.
"clever sales
a job on an economy
civil rights bill that passed tha pitch" and. in his opinion a Said our foreign policy was at Mr/- f
house! emphasizing the tremen "low ebb" and pointed to tho
: "fraud and:! deceit" cf the Amer. Parrish iirra atidt3 aJ
dour pressure put oa the House ican people Sail it was true thatit latest actions of Britain, France, '"'
from the White House: for its was a half billion below the Canada, etc., in relation to trade State Senator Bernard Parrishof Curtis Barnes" Clark' Maxwell D)_ flash Edna S. Cactus
lie said it U "badLegislation" with Cuba. lie( said the Russia Titusville announced
passage l ut one submitted by the late wheat deal "opened the door" yester Clerk! of Circuit Court Curtis lirevard County Tax Assessor J. D, Nash Tax Cclloct of Edna:! S. "ailJo' : ;\ Supervisor( ,f
because it goes too President Kennedy, but that the day that he would be a candidatefor
Clerk Maxwell announced today llievard County for the past Wratlin ErcvarJ County
and dropped any firm position( we flames announced today his Ue, for
far in many fields of education President "forgot to tell you"LOCAL might have. reelection In his announcement that he will be a candidate for twelve yean! today announceshis Inc the pant 10 years, today .n-

Emphasized the fact that ho Parrish first expressed intentions of qualifying as a election this year candidacy for reelection' \ to inunrcs the will seek: re-l.h.'C into
candidate for re-I!Icdion to !the Maxwell in his announcement this Important county office third' term In the M.:
supported the NASA authoris deep appreciation to the peopleof tier \ y
ation for the space program, the 37th Senatorial District for post he now holds. stated that because of the tremendous Nash Is completing his third primaries and November gene al
testified for it In committee) the boner of having served themIn Dune was appointed by Gov. Impact duo to the tnls- term si tax collector amt:I in his lection! tors. Carlila wo L.. it

4 s e hearings:: supported it on the floorof the Florida the House, but voted against three and (one-half years. February, i t it when it came back from Senate Senator Parrish received a of veteran clerk, the late bring his experience, and modern has been unopposed' office sine that time

.House( conference upped by number of honors during his Matt Simmons He announcedtwo ization to the people of Brevard Previously Nash served! twelve She is offering for re <.Ire tion
an "unnecessary $190 million," !first term He to Maxwell has been a strong advocate the hoard of Public Instruction
was appointed davs later that he would years on on t'-e)' basis! of expert! 'ncr and!
s w1L Said that most of his mail resealed the Appropriations) Committee asa run (for the office( and was electedin for right During his past six years as Chairman ici\k. she slid she h...s used
r a strung opposition to the freshman and has served there a close race In the November term of office, ht exposed For twenty.seven years Nash mass: to impi jv, i'ie' r.
change in the name of Cap during: his entire time !In the underwater sales of real estate was engaged;: In abstract and every
general vices; cf) her office, Inclui,itv; the
Canaveral to Cape Kennedy andpcmted Senate During the 1963 Sessionhe ) being., made in Erevard County title work, prior to his first election
I out that few opposed the was Chairman of the Commit. has served a four.year Because of this exposure, the 19(19Legislators (;:) as tax collector A grad promotion of permanent re i itratien ia>
L t change of the name of the space tee for Governmental) Reorganization term as county commissioner: : passed stringent laws uate of Georgia Tech) aid a resident In the year 19i8. ana. a
center, and Introduced such impcrtaut former Rockledg city council which now make It almost Impossible of Titusville since 1023. Nash trilled: o'ffict: staff dedita'c, '! I to

Said that he felt Senator ) legislation as the bond man, served one term as mayor, for( such sales to be also served. one term as Mayor the end cf rendering a Icrvl :e
REALTORS Harry J. Vordermeier", president Barry Goldwater was still the program for higher education: former president of the Cocoa. made without full knowledge( of of Titusville unsurpassed in tho state
Florida Board of Realtors, presented charter to officersof leading GOP candidate f for president the bill to place I university in Rotary Club and Greater Coooa the purchaser knowing what he Is A member of the Baptist She U member of the First
new North Brevard Board of) Realtors at banquet last and that he felt 'bat conservatives East Central Florida and measures Chamber of Commerce lie wn buying, Church Nash has been active In Baptist/ Church of Tit sVIUe.
night at Whispering Hills Country) Club. Left to right, had great'opportunities to ease the burdens on cities a member of the Central and (In brrnnmg service to the public civic, (fraternal and, other organization and of TitiHvllle Temple No. ::3: ,
Vordermeier; Kittles, president; Don Searle, vicepresident for being elected throughoutthe Other committee aiiifnmrnts South Florida Flood Control Dis- Maxwell' has adopted s plan / work. He Is a past Pythinn Sisters. Legion AII&:, &
Mrs. Ted ConforU secretary Ray Wuutead treas. DaUou. S.. PARRISH On P,g. I $. BARNES On Pages I S.. MAXWELL On P.g. 1 $.. NASH On P9 I S.. CAR LI LI On Page I

J Tlf .vlll. (Florida) Star Advocate Friday, February 14, "64 St. Catherine's -
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/ Chapter Episcopal
/; // Churchwomen

St. Catherine's Chapter of Episcopal -

I fDtA Neva And Notes f churchwomen met at the
noire of Mrs Thos. L. Watts for

e o;' North Breroard / the February meeting with Mrs.

Earl Davis, chairman, presiding.

During the business meeting, J/\
Mr. David Ellis reported on the '.

---- sale of advent cards and

DAR Emphasizing wreaths, also material orderedfor J

tract rack for reading during ro
American History Lent r

In Activities Mrs. Trios L, Watts was elect

ed secretary-treasurer and Mrs. %
February is the month selected ; a I
Beth Scobie was elected alternateto
(or special emphasis on Amer. '
the annual meeting of Episcopal -
Icon history by the National Society ;
Churchwomen' in Daytona
Daughters of the American Beach. r ROC /

Revolution The members will\ work Feb. ,,
-Fifty DAR State organizations,
22nd at the Thrift Shop to Improve -
plus the District of Columbia and
the Canal Zone, through nearly the outside appearance of J.
the .
3000 chapters, have arranged for r building.The
various means of observance of covered-dish Lenten sup

historic events occunng since pers on Feb. 26th and March
,_ _
the early days of our country l-8th will be supervised by mem

For instance, State Governorsand bers, also the covered-dish DECORATING IDEAS Mrs. William Walker, chairman. Mrs. Kennedy, interior -

Mayors have issued procla luncheon in May. Kennedy, center, discusses interior decor- decorator at Badcock Furniture was

mations designating February ai ., t t. The hostess, Mrs. Watts served ating ideas with Mrs. Roy Roberts, Jr., guest speaker at the clubs February meet- I
American History Month, histor t ( coffee, tea and delicious left co-chairman of the Junior Woman's ing offering decorating tips to the mem-

ical essays and other appropriate ffl li cookies at the close of the meeting Club home life department and Mrs. H. T. bers.

activities have been arranged for .

schools, American History Month Plan ReceptionBeta
posters and stickers are being f Pythian SistersIn Pink Lady Schedule ,
.r Poinsettia CircleIn
used extensively, and special Regular MeetThe The Pink Lady schedule for Sigma Phi representative

public patriotic meetings are being Pleasure MeetingPleasure Jew ParrUh Memorial HosjpiUl, from Titujville and Cocoa met
regular meeting! of the
conducted. 2N week of Feb. 16-22, is as follows: with Mrs. Margaret Sweet, Inter
the Pythian Sisters convened at 8:00
comprised agendafor
The purpose of this observanceby Sunday, Feb. 18 Afternoon: nation! representative of the scr
the DAR is to safeguard, COSTUMED FOR BANQUET First thentic jewels from India are, from left, the Wednesday meeting of the o'clock at Castle Hall with Mrs. M Doerrler J. Skinner, C. ority, for dinner with a business

through knowledge and appreciation Methodist Churchwomen dressed in cos- Mrs. Sid Carraway, Mrs. Hugh Wicker, Poinsettia Circle of the Titusville Douglas Futch, most excellent Young; evening: H Conner, M. meeting following. Plans were

our American heritage.A tumes typical of India for a recent ban Mrs. Douglas Barnhart, Mrs. James Herring II Garden Club when members and chief, presiding Reports were N. Cason. made for a 'reception' for prospective .
guests drove to central Florida read and
by committees
historic event on the first quet which concluded a five week studyof and Mrs. E. D. Scandrett. I for lunch at the Chalet Suzanne officers. various Monday, Feb. 17 Morning: members, to be held at

day of February, American His. that country Admiring several hand near Lake Wales L. Jones, D. Willis; afternoon; the Community Room of the Citizens .

tory Month, was the first meeting carved and hand tooled statues and au -Carlson Photo) "::1 A delightful lunch was servedon Conrmttees: were appointed by J. Ryan, C. Williams; evening: Bank. Invitations have been

of the Supreme Court of the Un unusual china and pottery Mrs Futch for the ensuing year. J. Phelps" J. Carter, C. Williams prepared and mailed to 75 in this
ited States, on February 1, 1790, Cards were sent by Sunshine
Boat Club Changes from all parts of the world, with Tuesday, Feb. 18 Morning:
Justice John chalrrran, Mrs. Robert Nevins.
with Chief Jay
pre. area.Mrs.
Meeting Dates each place setting different and The charter was drapod for F. Young, L. Pettit, F. Tuten; Sweet has worked as field
siding. ;
interesting.The afternoon; F. Thompson, M. Phi
The United States, a country of sister Lillian Edgerton.1 and also director with Beta Sigma
Schedules Cruises .
] Kraus G CWsterrose
; evening: Sikes
12 throughout country
many people from many lands group went from the Chalet sister Coldie Freidman, past for years

has a proud and noble heritage. The Titusville Boat Club held., to Cypress Gardens to view the supreme chief of New York City. D. Feb.Willis.19 Morning Her special area Is the Nu
On February 3, 1943, four Chap. its regular meeting!: last Tuesday I ski show and tour the many This was ceremoniously carriedout : E. Bamforth, L. -Estrada Phi Mu Chapters.

hams, one a Jewish Rabbi, two t I II It It night. The club voted on one beautiful paths which are lovely by Mrs. Futch, assisted by ;
Protestant Ministers and a Cath business meeting and one social'' at this time of year. Mrs Walter Collins excellent afternoon V. Cass, L Browning; Moore B. Hinds
evening: E. Chaudoin, J. Wilson.
olic Priest, linked arm In arm, meeting a month, and to change- While at the Garden several of senior; Mrs. Vernon Thomas, ex P. Saturday Feb. 22 Morning:

their voices raised In prayer, I the meeting dates to the first and the ladies enjoyed renewing cellent junior and Miss Vendol Wilson. M J. Billsborough: afternoon:

went down with the sinking trans. third Tuesday, instead of the friendship with Barry Burgon, Ray, manager. Special prayerwas Thursday, Feb. 20 Morning: G Hauler, N. Shields; evening:

port, Dorchester, 100 miles off second and fourth. formerly of Indian River City, given by !\Mrs Lee Tinnel. B. Jones, G. Bray; afternoon: Z. L. Rash K. Monroe, M. Doerrler
the coat of Greenland. They had Cutter, J. Roberts, J. Tolis; evening
who is connected with the Gar A report will be given at the
given their life preserver to The first Tuesday will be the dens. next meeting by those attendingthe : A Webster W. Strom.

soldiers who had none. business meeting, beginning at Centennial Anniversary of Friday, Feb. 21 Morning: V. P RUMMAGE SALE

Such self-sacrifice and hero 8:00: p.m., and the third Tuesday Members and guests making the Older of the Knights of Shuler; afternoon: M Salter, W. SATFEB.. 15-9 A.M.

ism have made our country will l be the social meeting, commencing the trip were Mrs. R. A. Cutter, Pjthias to be held in Whalen; evening: J. Hughes, J. CHAMBER OF
great. Let us know more about at 7.00: p.m. with a covered Mrs. Beatrice Gould, Mrs. E. H Lecsburg.

such acts through a conscientious dish supper and films or Ashcraft, Mrs Sidney Carraway, evening, February 18, if COMMERCE BLDG.
study of American history such afterwards. Plans are to Mrs. George Morgan, Mrs. Carl Boeing Wives Slate plan to attend you I Benefit Church Building Fund I

t acquire films of interest and Threlkeld, Mrs. James Tadich,
Hibiscus Garden n.nLky entertainment to all membersand Mrs. Norman Cowart, Mrs. Will. MeetingThe .

also bejpful<<: to boaters. lam Burr, Mrs. George Fey,
Gi Je V n- .1I1r Ray.Winstead,. M s. Lee Boeing Wives of North!
wfi ;
; : : ::7 "rulf y'arTie p d;ea, Q1l0W.j; Scott. Mss Thomas Henderson Breyard.will-meet! for luncheonon : ,. .

The Hibiscus Garden Circle has been set up for the coming and daughter. Holly\ Mrs James Thursday, February 20, at

met at the home of Mrs H. S. 'Irr year, with Lemon Bluff, Grant's Davidson, Mrs. Vernon Carter, 11:30 o'clock in the Lamp Lighter AUTO SEAT.COVERS

Elrod. 1725 Tropic Street, Wednesday Island and'Mount Dora as alternates !Mrs.\ Richard Simonet. Mrs. Room of the Howard JohnsonInn

at 2:00: p.m. Mrs. II. S. / or as trips between scheduled George Sccble; !Mrs Helen Scob- in Titusville. e AUTO CONVERTABLE TOPS

Eumd introduced ,the guest cruises: May 9, 10, Tomoka, Ie,, Mrs. R. E. Henderson, Mrs. After lunch: a short bunsmss AUTO CARPETS

speaker, Leland Losley, a native overnight, launch at Titusville Thomas Smith, Mrs. I. A. Rigcll\ meeting will be held.
of. Titusville who showed a film Marina; June 20, 21, DeLeon Mrs. W. H. H. Bennett, Mrs. AUTO HEADLINERS
Please call the hnstess Mrs.
andslides on "flowers of Springs, overnight, launch a: Henry Goethe and Miss Jesse
Sanford July 11 12 Silver Frank Swett &t AM 0477 or
; Peppers.
Hawaii. 1027 S. AM 7-1170
Springs, overnight, launch at the Club President, Mrs William Hopkins

Some scenes of the- parade Ilame's Creek; August Open; Benner, AM 4232: by Tuesday I
celebrating HawaiiIndepen. I' .
'Whispering Oaks --- --- -
September 5, 6, 7, Silver Glen I It
dence, were shown All
Springs, two nights, launch at Garden CircleThe
floats decorated with real
were Sanford! Some of the members
flower orchids The leis t f I
mostly sleep in tents and others on their Whispering Oaks Garden I
also NATIVE INDIAN DRESS-Miss Judy Sindall, center,
were worn were
boats. Facilities available at Circle will meet February
are Monday,
made of native flowers. admires the authentic Sari dresses, native of India, worn
destinations. 17, 1964 at 9:30 at the
The fireball poinsettia, which by Mrs. Ed Norman, left and Mrs. J. C Patterson at : a.m
.\ home of Mrs. P W. Schmid, ISIS
First Methodist; Church women's banquet held recently Anyone wishing to join the club
grows in hedge was a N. Smith Drive with Mrs. R. S. Just Arrived i
coorful] sight. The jade flowers in Hennessey Hall. The women have been studying India | or go on a cruise is more than Batchelder hostess. .. -
as .
,arc not':!:! allowed to be takenfr for the past five weeks and concluded the session with a welcome. For more Information co- ..

m the Island. V banquet and color movies of India.-(Carlson Photo.) contact Commodore, Ed O'Mara, The program is in charge of -
Mrs. J. A. Day and Mrs. W L.
AM 7-6853 Cruisemaster Ruben
The Hibiscus is Hawaii's
exotic Gardner and will be on "Perpe- 10"PLANT
Hanson AM 72151.
official flower. Other flow- SPECIALSin
Luncheon Honors Brevard Baptist tuals". All members are request.

irs shown were bird of paradise, Gold Star MothersThe Women To Meet ed to bring a container and any
hohconla anthurm tea Held
roses Mission Study dried materials they have to make In

torch hibiscus ginger tree'true, '11 i which plant grown and Clarence Meserve home on The Brevard Baptist Women's Beta Sigma Phi ,' floral arrangements. Gallon Cana our garden center

Tropic Street, Titusville was the Missionary Union will hold its
6-' feet tall \Vndmas a bloom that '
The Women's Missionary Fellowship
setting for the Gold Star Mo (
fcvwf quarterly" meeting on February17th At George stuart'aSTEEL.SHELVING
weighs about pounds
thers' luncheon, Wednesday, Feb. of the Christian and Missionary -, Ligsfrum ASSORTED ANNUALS
Losley made several Interesting at 10:00: a.m. at Harbor
church met at
12 at 1 p m. with Mrs. Meservc, Alliance
comments about his trip to Gold Star Mother Chairman.The City Baptist Church the home of Mrs. Roy Forward,
Hawaii, which the group enjoy.ed. 3 9 PANSY
luncheon, given in honor 265 Stuart Ave.
Irene Chambers, a field 9
of the Gold Star Mothers in this SALVIA
Lemon pie and roffee Wit ser representative for the Home Mission A mission study and prayer'time
area, was sponsored by the TI. VERBENA.
ved by the hostesses, Mrs. Paul tusvlllo Auxiliary 4228, Veteran Board, will be the speaker for the country of Peru was ALYSSUM EA.

Bimforth and Mrs. W. D. Brunei of Foreign Wars. Accompanying her will be Miss observed. Curios and articlesof Or

The luncheon table was beautifully Josephine: Jones, executive sec Peru were shown, also picturesof IIBENCHES HOLLYHOCK

Those attending the meeting/ ( decorated carrying out the retary of Florida W.M.U. Missionaries working in various CARNATION BBc

wire: Mrs. Russell J Houchins, St. Valentine theme. sections of that country. S PETUNIA
Mrs. Paul Bamforth, Mrs. James Mrs. Howard Jones of Titus Refreshments of hot ,Inlet DOZ.
Dl; Brown Mrs. Vaughn Gilbert, Auxiliary ville will preside at this meetingto
Mrs. J. W. Buckham. bread and coffee were served by
Mr Arthur Carraway, Mrs. H. president presented each Gold be followed by a covered dish the hostess to Mrs. Jenny Gentile '" !$ Dr. HueyAooiStock
......... MUMS
Star Mother with a corsage which ( (tack.. 99C
S.: Elrod, Mrs. .Edward Enigson, featured red poppies for the sons luncheon. Mrs. Mariea Gardner, Miss Hazel' ? --dM D.iw.ryNrce -IN 5" POTS .

Mrs., Leah Evins, Mn. C. W. lost overseas and gold poppiesfor Carpenter, Miss Ethel Bartlett, goorgo stuart

Kimes, Mrs. William J. Moore,. the Gold Star Mothers. The dent. Mrs. Mary Coleman Mrs. Jean WITH >l...4>CH 1.34)1. ROSES : \
Mrs. J. A. Sheridan. Mrs FredL Brown Mrs. Joan Smith, Mrs. 2 o..- .ed C&s szaara.G.IU. Pepper Plants
gold flowers also commemoratethe The Gold Star Mothers that at- ? | ; ... M.IMWM' AM" ;24174r '
Sherry, Mrs. E. A. Smith, fiftieth anniversary year of ended were Mrs. Palser, Mrs. Margie Smith, Mrs. Annette Stew. ,Inn 5AS1 r O INSON OBUNPO Asst, Colors Plants '

bits. H. T. Williams, Mrs. W. the National Ladies Auxiliary to Fobberson, Mrs. Kay Bair, Mrs. art and Mrs. Retha Koehler.SLEEPLESSNESS. 49 Tomato 9cParsley

D. Bruner, Mrs. Sam Clonts. the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Wm. Barnard, and Mrs. A. Sher I t

1914-1964. idan. Othere guests and Auxiliary
A of insomnia that results
HOSPITAL PATIENT Another Important high light of members present were Mrs M. from the brain having too
the affair was the presentation of Mortenson, Mrs. Harry McArdle, little resistance to normal nerve :
pave Dunn. Star-Advocate ad $
vertising manager, submitted tonajor the 5 year membership bars to Mrs H II. Scheibel.! Mrs W W. By DR. C. H. PRIOR Impulses, is often due to dis PEAT 3 bags $1-00
!\ Eleanor Falser and Mrs. James Sr., and Mrs fcdw. Crib- turbed circulation of blood to
surgery at Jess Parrish Emma Robberson by the presi- bins. We, who the brain. Because the nerves
Memorial Hospital here WednesUy. I are each which control that circulation, PELLETED

< He expects to be a patientthere day conscious ; ''h also pass through the interver- GLADIOLI I
mother week.DETROIT tebral openings vertebral distortion 49
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHTDANCING of the i is often the cause of VIGORO

VISITOR comfortingeffects L. '. this type insomnia. In such BULBS L of 6

.A o f ; cases restful sleep is not pos
., 8-6-4
frs John B. Kurtz of Detroit ; t the ability -W' sible. ,
) ,
i to Chiropractic care results In AZALEAS, 2 Year 99c
is visitor in the sleep
Michigan a
relaxing, restful sleep.
At Th. Dr. PRIORbe more In Bloom 3 Year $1.89
o';Mrs. Irene Kennedy.WHISPERING might not One of a series of articles published $ 37 i
& LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE too con to explain and Illustrate

{( HILLS TITUSVILLE LODGE 'NO. 1962 cerned about those who are not the practice of chiropractic. HflB 50LBS. PODOCARPUS . 14 II i 4 .. $1.79
COUNTRY CLUB so fortunate unless we have at Published by D. C. II. Prior,
':.00 TO 1:00: LIVE ORCHESTRA some time been afflicted with whose office is located at 1334S. .

CATERS TO BANQUETSOF MEMBERS AND GUESTS the inability to get restful or Washington Ave. Phone 26731S7. W.T.CJEJkNT COPg. V.'f'.... F .

ALL' KINDS 1 Milo North Mints on U. S. No.1 1 1- Seml Formal I sufficient sleep. I

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Friday, February 14' '964 Tltusvlll (Florida) Star Adv cate Page 3 American Association Of University Women To Hold Workshop:
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.. << ,r.1't'., t'M'"- J"to The American Association of Area "F" Workshop at the! Florida In Gainesville. president ,
I '" !' Women will hold its Trade Winds Hotel In Indlalantic elect, and Mrs. Fred Hohnadelof
.- ( t -- ---- Saturday: February) 29, from
:'}.t.<< Tampa Coordinator! of State
'round town I a 0:4S a.m. to 3:00: p.m. The work.
club will enjoy a covered dish Workshops
dinner shop will be attended by members
of branches in Titusville. The EUiMt speaker following

barbara I Daytona Beach, Cocoa Beach 1 tii"+i luncheon.11 be' Dr I I. Mitchell .
Lovely \'ald'ke. daughter
with carl6onGOLD I II De-land, Melbourne-Eau Gallic
Phone 247-1994 I of Mr and !Mri\ George \'a1cl'kt', and New Smyrna Wade Director of Research
Riverside Drive who returned a of the Florida S:at'! Department
..t I few month ago: from a year's Theme of the workshop h l ef Education. His topic will be
lav visit through Europe, spoke! to Programming: ; in the Woke of "A ('Icllu'(.' of Publie School E members of the Chechoslovakian Structure". AAUW tuition in Florida", and his talk
the Sew
American flub here Sat ir.lay
will be followed' by a questionend
night: adopted a new structure at the
answer session!
On her trip through Europe! Denver convention. In June, 19i3.!
Miss \'aldykl'l took pictures and, Participating in the programwill Representatives i from the six
ho Mrs. R. E. Barlhelemyof branches of the ores will attend
Osite-t:! in t feohoilo\akla
the and! then
Jacksonville State DivisionPresident voiksnop presidents
She showed pictures (luring! her
talk before many members of : Dr Lade Hoone of) till i uk .In ai',i\r part in

the dub \the fncutly. of the .University- _of.--- _the .AJ\- |I"" -n-: 1-- --
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1 1a 1k GET A LOAD OF THIS .

I there's MONEY for YOU at

STAR MOTHERS Mrs. Elly Gilbert left, Mrs Emma: Robberson, Mrs. Jackie I
right president of V.FW Auxiliary, Falser Mrs. Anastasia Sheridan Mrs Bea
I Post 4228. presented gold and red "'poppy"corsaees Barnard and Mrs. Kay Bair.-(Carlson Citizen: : Ba.n.k:
to guests of honor at the Gold Photo).
Star Mothers attending the luncheon were, lt

Two Gold Star !Mothers were kips Bink had painted cadh brightly colored! material Throe FHA Home Improvement Loans ...
awarded their five year pins at drinking glass with a colorful yards of material is required for
the annual V.F.W. Auxiliary, balloon and a childs name. The
and Interested
Post 4228 Gold Star Mothers youngsters received the glasses one mu mu anyone MU-MU CONSTRUCTION BEGINS "Okay, moma, New Car Loans.Installment
luncheon in the home of Mrs and bibs as special party favors. In donating material for lift up that side about two needle lengths" Even 3 year
Clarence Mcrserve\ 2856 Tropic The children were thrilled with this project is requested to phone old Kevin Larks Is helping the Titusville Woman's Club (
St. Mrs Elly Gilbert auxiliary! the big clown birthday cake the home life dept chairman make mu-mii's for children in the Sunland Training
II. T. Walker at 2670538
president, presented the pins to Mrs. Center in Orlando. The club has agreed to 'make 50 of Loans ; /
which they enjoyed along with or bring the material to the Wo
Mrs Emma Robberson and !Mis the garments for the children within a month. Picturedleft
Jackie Falser Other Gold Star ice cream, animal cookies and man's Cub| building next Wed
when the to right Mrs. John J. Jones Mrs. Glenn Chapman,
animal lollipops Following refreshments nesday morning assembly
Mothers attending were Mri Larkins and Kevin
Mrs Joan Roberts and Mrs. Jack
line will gather! again
Anastasia Sheridan Mrs. Bea Brad and his little
Barnard and Mrs. Kay Bair The friends played with all the nsw with their portable; sewing machines (S-A Photo). '1$ .
birthday toys.Attending to Croats beautiful mu mu t
mothers were all presented witha
and Central Brevard chapterswill Carl Shane, vice commodore, 1 s -
the Tod,
stunning gold and red "poppy"corsage party were
\ Maxwell of 237 Ior? be in attendance Anyone Interested at LOW I
commemorating the Troy and !Monique\ Storey Mary !Mrs Betty Vivian Hansen, secretary: Hazel '
V,F W.'a 50 anniversary Jane Wardman, Jeannie Marie muda St. held a acquainted ( In information about this and Ruben bank
Pecha, Kathy Simonet, John Andrews coffee Wednesday morning for service organibatlon Is requestedto ( Sthohl. treasurer : rates
Warren and Danny Ter- South Titusville district captainsof phone Mrs. Ann Lyle at 207-( llansen, cruise master Precedingthe I
Laughing clowns and! colorful
hune, Sherri Boyd. Beth siting- the Heart Fund Mrs\ Maxwellis 5579. installation, members of the If rya 6.vi ,..eI ,...." I.e boreewlag, .
balloons set the scene for a de. Titus -----------
field and Brad's four year old area chairman for So. -- .4. Eood crania, r.eisq, will logo,
lightful birthday party cele brother, John. Also invited to the ville. Attending were Mrs Bobby Titusville Little\ Theatre will '" flit ....., you ...eI, .t
bration last Saturday morning festivities were Courtlann Peddyof Treder, !Mrs\ Bttty Lee, No. Bre- hold a bake sale this afternoon "READY FOROCCUPANCY" LOW IAN.AlII'/ stogy, I. sad ago .1'
honoring two year old Brad Orlando, Amy Featherman, vard chairman of the Heart from 3 p.m. till 7 pm. in front ..... Officer sa.al,
Griffis, son of Fred and Bink Warren White and Tod Bradley Fund, Mrs. !Mildred\ FrasherMrs of Publix. We hear there will he "BANK WHERE YOU CAN BORROW"
Griffis, 1041 Rosella Lane As Powell Jean Taylor and Mrs Sara lots of Valentine goodies and today
Old Dixie Highwaynear
each of the tiny guests arrived, Williams. : is the perfect day for them.
they received a lovely bib hand. Members\ of Titusville Jr. Wo 3 Bedroom Westwood(Houses Villas, o, i.. ;('%.e ]12,5, B ]B-. ,

made from a clown print mat. man's Club Home Life Dept. Mrs. !Margaret\ Sweet a representative New officers of the Titusville 1 &: 2 Baths Full Tile .TU '" I'' x... 'X"E, ; Px... JR''D"rlte .
erial and were seated at one of worked In assembly line fashion of Beta Sigma Phi In Boat Club will be Installed next Central Heat ..
two miniature refreshment Wednesday morning to make 50 ternatlcnal, will be guest of honorat Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the yacht FHA ''eII."v" ".IIi ''IOf lih. ,. $0, "rs ,. ,...r ..." .equ....
tables mu mu's for women patients at a reception Monday eveningIn basin Past commodore Hay or ,
The white table cloths were Sunland Hospital. These gals arc the community room of Citizens Strakbein will present the com- Conventional! Financing
dftiorated with large paper bal. donating the patterns, thread and Bank All member and madores flag t to( Ed O'Mara, [ Phone 267-5437 or 267.1477
loons on strings as were the nap. their.time but still need a lot of prospective members of North Other officers being installed are -- -""'-- ----. ----------
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it \tttFREE FUN DAY -- _SAL, FEB. 15th R r ilJf




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I 1962 FALCON Air $$1495 1961 T-BIRD $$2395 PA YMENT

N I 1961 FORD $$1495 .
1962 AMER $$1395 Gax -
400 I
1960 FORD $1095 1959 FORD at$595$
$$1995 U
1963 FORD 0... 1962 ;\SAAB'$ 2 D, $$1195 o.x.

1963 'CHEV: v., $$2195 1961;: ''F FALCON D,. $$995 : 19581-BIRD $$1195 1958 MERC ZDr, $S395t

: 1963 PONT'AI'' $$2695 1961 TEMPEST, D,, $$1295 REFRESHMENTSSALE TRUCKS 1958 FORD 2D". $$395

DODGE $$1495 1961 FALCON $$1095 l ; 1961 FORD Ten ''$$1195 1958 PONT $$295 t

1962 Dart :: : 4Dr,
I960 RAMBIERWag. $$1095 DAYS 1961 RAN01ERO $$1095

1962 PONT Vista, $$2295 1960 FALCON ?,. $$795 1960 RANCHERO $$8951 1957 FORD IL T. $$345

1962 FORD c.x 500 $$1895 1960 FALCON Allto. $$895 FRI.I & SAT. 1952 FORD I bi Tea $295 1951 BUICK 4Dr. $$195

1961 FALCON $$995 1949 INT. VAN $$195
1962 STUDE Air $$1395 Wag. 1956 CAD 4Dr. S495

t 1962 FORD Gax. $$1495 1955 PONT 4Dr, S145 t

! 1962 PONT H.T. $$1995 M COTTER I STO 1957 PLYM 4 Dr. $$195

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RAMBLER $$1295
1962 1951 MERC $$115
FolioWJS4ETO' 2 Dr.

1961 CHEV $$1695 ?
'' 1951 BUICK 4Dr, $$95,1IEJ.

1961 PLYM $$1395
"' A.
1951 CAD $$95
4 Dr.
a -
1961 FORD :; ;. $$1595 + '- 730 SOUTH WASHINGTON AVENUE

"CENTRALI'LORJtA 7-2657 r- 1953 PONT D,. $$15

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I'., A<*ve..,. Friday, Mbrvary 14, 1H4

I Mims Area Happenings i I PUBLIC NOTICES I IU

Talent Show Winners ListedBy -|> -Tl-: t'114't'If (Ut HT ll) ru. -,

TtsiIla'tIrILPerIlF: InnI9TII ; MITKK rUH III OH IS THM CI It CUT OtHT OF ISlE I" Tit (151(1 : :'I'TT r NIh f JIUIIMI' tlKlt I It' u .
: .It &IlUI.. IIM41IT Ut' Belled bid. will b* recelv.d by nTH HlltUL tlktllT or 51'K'l: t: ,: .:;(11:1: "Nt AMI Whit> SIlILNIKO ( .III siV
I lI.OItJS. IN AN: II son I the Board of County Comml.alonei. "I.ORIII" ) VOlt HKtV- lt 511. tl.\KIIA. IS IHtMrKt '
Mri. Gladys McLendon Those attending from the Metho Leon Hutcheson\ and HHk .SKI> 401' MTV al th. Courthouse In fllulvlll., Il \\111 II .I.UIIU'l'n 13
('lll\(' KRV M... 1M7 >'lorld.. up to 9:45: A.M.. February ('NI" .ltl'I'"u ;: rA :' ; CITRCS \orit t. or H KK('IOHI, Kt. nVANUL'ARO .' I
AM 7-1248 dial Church of Mims were Mrs. Mrs George; is a sUUr. rh-DKRAI. NATIONAL MOHTOAOB 30th. 1964. ton .RFADorriOM: 1.1 ) banking eorpor.IOD. .: C/I/ ,..

L. L. Cantrill Mrs. Leonard Gae- Mrs HutchefconKichanl lamllY'1 AM8OCIATION.." a corporation tine New I4 Model Fir. Truck. or DENNIS RAT BANK. Florida I'ANY. a Florida eorporU!,,,, J.
Follow ing the t talent show that organised and .ulatlng under to b. bid on according to ipeclflc.tlona. RIHBY PI.lntf PI"llllt.
tano Mrs Grover C Wright .a Act of congrrn. pnrsoa> lit 10 'hi which will ha avaIlable at BY: ""MEl J. JENsEN Petitioner ''Va-
va! presented in the !Mims\[ School Federal /National' Mortgage moil- (iii Brev.rd County D.I.lc No. 1 NOTICE: CVlltthi4afld FHANCtatlKltlW JAMES H. OLENN and HAIIIIIII.CLKNN .
Feb Mrs Arthur Miller and Mrs. Roland Clenrenls, of 3319 Del- .,Ion Charter Aut. having tin principal Office In Tltuavllln., ) for In- TO: HbRBKRT RAY BIT8UY W. 8. wife, ; hi. wife renldri", ",
cafetorium on Wt-dncsday, Wtbb Ave. In office. In Ih* City .. Wtihlng. t er.ate 4 Fir Vehicle Manufacturer who. place of realdinc. and ? bin. DefeBdnl.M1TH known If lIving If dead. It'l' .Ii,
12th the judges, Mrs Hot aware Dixie Village ton Dl.lrlct of ColumlilaPlalnllff. *. whom whereabouts ar. unknown unknown bourn deelnees. HI' in ,
and v as a patient in Orange Mcinoral 'lerma: One-third caah on dolivery utter a diligent ae.rl and Inquiry h; br bIllS Mill-nil Ik l S I l.'; i.igiiet.. lienor.. credit' .." !".t I,:
F. W. Tarbox
Mark Mra. to be paid in K"1 or otherwlie,
ve b.l.n. Notice I. hereby .lven cl.lmlnl 1,1
Mrs. 11. W. Galldwav.. picked the Ptfton.lt llotipital[ In Orlando for two WILLIAM ZliNUt: .ak. three equal laiiallmcoli., In February You .,. hereby notified that a to Kln.l lcr*. or torwloiuredated through' umler or "I i;; ,:,,
Mrs. Bonnie Van Wagner\ vopki, for surgery lie was released WII.LIAM N. COZIER!: and ANNA of each year biginning In petition for, Ih. .dopllon of your Hie STth il:y Jl'u"ry. 'N JAMbM M ULKNN .lid DAK;I:,:':
following students as winners: JAMLB!! ZONFII: hi, wl(., and 1MI5 aon DENNItf RAY III'MBY' ba* sni: entered l la Chancery <-"* : CLKNN: M. wife .nd all ",",,.
went to Charles Taylor forrmrly of hot Springs: Ark. Saturday, Feb Oth and 1IAKI'"I.1> N.., UllNh.ll! anl \1VIANUltNi.Il A deadline a* to delivery dale been filed In U'saboven lyled court. I'BSWS, of the above intllleu Com. ".rU.. having or claiming i I", .
Itt place is a n'wuirm to our community !b recuperating at home. bin wll.. shall b. .'.'." oa bid. by JAMES J .JENSEN and you ar* wherein She above de"rlb..u perion right, till or Intercii i in i r ,I.
ngmg/ Tom Dooley./ from Defendant, Word ""'Ir. Truck bll.VI.tlc hereby required to serve a copy of were partieL im I will I .. l In, Ikebigheat b' properly dencrlbed hell\,I':
She 1IVP3 just north of Mims nnd No 1" .h.ll .ppear. your anawer or other pleading t. bidder for cash .t Hi. *>" '' !
Blanche Lockliaits mage ; !MiricK4ir' .tirHTATK NOTICE IERiI.r"I
lower corner of envelop. thin petition I on the petitioner ..ttorneyi County Court home. II Ih. JI |
2nd place to Martha Sweet has a sirull gift shop with some Mr. and Mis Gradrn Cox of !: tlr "LUK1DA The Board renerve. I.. right tu. Claude Pepper Walker and City yard of Tllu.vlll. .1 U: real nice items she would be K into TO: \MM.1AM M ZI.( n. ak.WIULIAM ,. reject any and, all bid*. Pearaon, 111* Uyrd Plata. Cocoa, .clock noon on ,florid.- :h; U.y of tlunur. dated > eb. 11..101. ",'i, I ,u:
with a Tap 1 Dame' Miss EdithLt'gsrlon' : nihall. Nebraska moved N. /ONKK nod JOU il. WICKHAM I Florida, and file the orl.lna) 01 February IM4, tbe followln duo trred I In Chancery (;.e s 'nniur2H9.S
II 3rd place to glad to show them any time. thf community north of Minis on ANNA JANiCE: : :/ON bit.; huwlf CHAIRMAN your an.w.r or other lathe ",1 bed real propwty .llualeil Inllrev.ril of the Circuit COUI ul ''h.
stage ; She has daughter *. who* lint known re.l- DOAHU OK COUNTY office of the Clerk: of the Clrcult County. riurlila and il en- Nlnl Judicial, Circuit u,",.i for
"The Ucjiglcs": 6th year students a in Ellis Lone denc. I. 1774 Ced.rwood: Dtlve, COMMI8S1ONKR8Illtr: Court on or before the 2nd d., crlb.il la Mid Flesh D.'.reo. to-wll: 4 County' Horlila' Hh: finVANOUAKD
the teaching' profession In Titus. Ran: Ualll. Florid, and i :VAKU COUNTY: of March, 1)64. If you tall dio lot. f .nd 5. Block 88 .ccnrl-. MORTOAIIR1)4: i /,
stage 11!, Mrs. Cliff 01 d Ihifcpen; HAROLD N. onNEK an, tLOKlDAreb judgment by default I\O\ betaken I In 10 Map of Bay Crept Villa PANY. Florida cnrpor.ln">i, li Ii,j :
4th place to the "Twisters", \'tiIi', Mrs. Lillian Fisk who Miss Linda Oswald, ughlet VIVIAN ORNEK: wife ...1. 7, 14 ((rl.) 11W4 agalnut you. for the ,.I.f demanded which ul 1 map 110. ad JAMES : ,,tii,
tl'adlCS in the Special Education demos UaknowB. In the petition. lubdlvl.lon.> .n l recorded In the BARBARA OLJNN. hi. wir'r.i.donce ,I.
stage I, Mrs Ruth Eiiheit; 5th uf Mr and Mrs James Oswald You ar hereby notified that afiult You in further hereby commanded of.ofthCIerkot the Circuit living. if d i, (J.
Class at liayvicw School. IN TilE < 11oCt11 (lit MT Ol TNI.: to be and .. 1"P- torn all unknown heIrs, il 1". .,.,
rrmieis' of !Dixie Village, |h home for the han been flied. .falnei you. ii4 the appear la .Id .our Court of Brev.rd County, \"
plate "The Firy buv. entitled .all' ned tti.o *you FoinlilJl4lILL ( ItUlir. IN on the 3rd diy of March ..1Ih. I"., in Pl.t UOOK. U. P... nCOIRT grantee. ... .nec.. llenorx. ,p\!:
story in sung Mis Eliot Crum unkind due tu a fire at the .1. required to file your ana (lOlNlY Courhou... In Tlluivllle, FlorMa. ( SEAL: ) Ior. tru.lm. or otherwlie. |I"'m'n' ,

Mi[, Jjne CeorRo; of West college she attends in Columbia! other rc.non.lv. pk_olnga wit lithe 0 LI.IN '. / : A. M. o'clock. before ClUTia, R DAII.VF8 under or .oln', 'hf.aid
stage I. Clerk of thIn, Court aId 10.r ]A a ( ItINCEItY .NO sooie the Honorable. Vol. A. Clerk of the Un-ult Court In JAM EH H OI.t NN .II''I |it.iht.tIARA .
Palm Beach visited the past S C. She will be returning: copy Ihrrvof upon the Plaintiff ori'luIntift'u :NIIIIII: or KI ir .. sad to .how e why WII.maJr. end for Hreviril County GLENN hi. wife ,",,I 'ill|i
Mo"1 Attorney. wbopeo. ALBERT H. BCHULTA JR. p..tllo.ahould not be granted Florida other p..I.having or clalmini' ; "n
weekend with Mr and Mrs. day to resume her studies .nd .,1,1, re.. I. rotten Ore**>- Plaintiff and ordered. at Tltuivllle By Brrtl HillDeputy h.v. title or Inter-i, \in

W.S.C.S. District Meet -- -- --- Holland BiH\ ) Palm Avenue. Tttui- VI Florida thla 3oth day of J.nu.ry Clerk or to the property describe! br'. i In
I : villa. Florid, Dot later than March JAL8AN CORPORATION a Florida 1/464./ S'eb. H (l-rll 1IMIN Defendant., I will ell to Ih' high:
*. 1V64 If you fall to do ao, a Deere Corporation, et au.. Cl'RTI R. IIARNEM fit .nd beat bidder t ore..h it ihCourthouK .
The Oilandu District of the I Pro Confeiao will b* entered.galnat Defendant Clerk of Circuit Court In Tltuavllle Hi i.vrl'
Women's of Chiistian! you for the relief demanded THB: "TATK OF FLORIDA (IS.1 County, Florida, at 11"IJO A M ,,
Society In, the complaint Thin ault I. to 1O: TUB< KiasbLL; COMPANY a By: V. ft Rp.nglerDiputy 5 Til< I IK< I IT ( tt KT Of' 1II K the JS day o FebulY. 1964. 'ihi
Service nut at the Methodist fnretlo.e: mortgage. Thin real propen corporation organised and exluting Clerk Jllll\l, IIMIIir orINK following properly 'i l. "I!
"y proceeded ...In.l Is; under In. law. of the .Jan. 31, Jp'eb. 7. 14 21 (Frl) miIN HTTK l II). FIOHIIIt. INM forth In ...Id Final Dee.p. t 1"1
Church of Winttr Park Wednesday I.ot 17 Block K, Pun.Wood Bat. of Ohio ." MIK' HKKt .titII < Ol Ml. Th. Southerly 1(15 feet of I 1.1'' r
HEREBY NOTIFIED Lena the Went I feet th..nd .' ,.
12lh It of 1 tI5NL'kStt ''
Feb was a day lark Hubdlvltlon.. No 1, Bre that a ault baa been filed .galnat : the Went 20 feet ut '/ :

prayer and meditation The I yard Pl.t thereof County recorded Florida' I In aa Slat per you I In the .bov..entitled. C.UH. and TIlE ( III( lI COI KT. NINTH MIMC OK KHK; 'I.DM IIrX: .\l.I.: Pout herly 100( feet of I.ot 1 II I",f
you ar. hereby required to file your JI ll 1.1.1 If rlOKIIIt Nolle I. hereby Rlvtn that Clll-/ Dlocl "J". according' 10 the Pl.it
12 ubllc Record lt.
and the Book Page 31. '
program: was appropriate lirev.rd. Flur- newer or written defenaea. If any, IN .\ IKII Ol.NTi TIn K UAKNta Clerk. of Circuit BOWl GARDENS iii.
special rresvagc: on reviewingthe Ida. at County, 11,ilWITNLbll with the Clerk ot Ihl. Court. and to IN I llNtllth. Nil< S'ilCO' Court of HKt >AHU County, rlurM. DIVltIN. MOTION: J..I.I ..
lerve a copy thereof upon tlie I'laln-, rlRMT rKllfc-HAL; A AND ., will on the Win day 01 March. r..c..I..1. Plat Book 12 I''r''
Id.tcck of Christ Life ,:"' ) ray hand and) *e J of tlff. attorney whoN nam .nd 1CIAN ASSOCIATION VINtl NEW: 1W4 .. 11:00: o'clock A.M., .1 Ilia. 8rt Public. Records of llr,'\0,1,,|
Earth by Mrs Bruce Glln.1 aid Court at Tltuivllle, H evardfon.ly. address appears hei.oii,. on ur before BMVItMA I etc. S runt t./. Door or tbe tuurhouse InBrev.rd County. Florida: TogetherVlih
given yaca4( FlnMda. thl .11 lh dill, of the 2nd day of March, 1J64 II you Plaintiff County, In lb. City u( Ii-, ICange Oven Heater. I'crmnnently -
naway wife of the 1 District Superintendent tebruarv 11W4, ,m fall to do ao, a V.cr.Pro. CODre..Owi lu.vllle, )"Iorl... offer tat tale a.ij Initallcd Internntl,I
Ct'HTlU R BAIINhfl, be entered. agalnil you for the J. II KELLY aud VbRVA! RUTH sell at public outciy to tOp hlfi.t.l furnace No. MO-116f. Weminit
was most inspiring Clerk nf Hi. ('Ir-ull Cou#tKrevard .el.f demanded. In the Complaint KELLY, his wife. et .1. and bed bidder fur each the fulluvvlnf boone Oven Range KTB lIt!

County, h'iorid1" nature of Ihl. proceeding be DefendantiMOHTIlUIr de.crlb' property .itualiil, Including the building .nd) HI"'
CCouil ".al> Ing a milt for for.clo.I'of a mort- HIKM l.lt'it Kb In Florida. tu-wit: pun)enance. located. iS croon m,ti,I
Tltw/ "ille ( Florid.) Star Advecele Byi Bertie Hall, ID gag on the following described I eel Mil'MlOr; HUT Lot 3i;, Block K. Hecilun *, together with the ftirnltin".
Deputy Clerk "" property lying .nil being In Hi.vard .' Till UK. II. I. IttNIM.I nli..e, ... HHtliWOOD. 1'AltK Bill-. and. fUturei aliual-I
Feb. T, II 81, .*8 (I1-'rll) 1W4 County; Florida to.wit: d.u. '.. .. II VIIJUN. accord, to Ih.Ila' r.rnlohlllo.. orated, thereon
!;. on. half of the tiuulbe.nt. YOU ARB"HhR: .:HY "NOTIM". ) Ih.reof, rcud'd nl In Mat DATED thli day of tebrunry.
..._ ., ,. 1
IoII.h. I. oRID.4 quarter. of the Muu. thai.
hwe.t quur a ciniplalnt tn torecloie certain U, .t Page J8, uf the tWit.
I IIIIN Ocr of Section 13. Townthlp JO morlgig, made b, t. R Kelly .nd PublIc Itecoril. of Urcvaiil. (COURT "FAI.)
Till!: riH<'III' 401HT "r.TII*: South liange 8T k'aat llrevaid, Verna Ruth Kelly hi. wife., lo Flratleiler.l County, klorlil.puriuinl .. rtTRTIS It. HAIINF-4
Publl.ued Mi i.Uya, NINTH' JIUICIAU' CIKtllT. INAMI County, Florida: Having .nd Loan Aaiocl to the final I'eros, of fore. Clerk of laid Circuit CiBY ourt
1, wsdniyiVrway.! VISIt. BKKVAMll IOUKTY Lt.ua, the following deairlhed silos of New Kmyrna. encuinbeilng, ulo.ur tntorrd In a cane pen.lna I I.> : Bertie HullCti'pI
By fltuivllli (A.rAJvocals rill a IIIAIMlNltKRY. ," I...properly, lo-wit: Comlenp. ti. following ileatrllieil property I II, .Id Court, tile i'yle of ."lb I.HHHT 'v CUrk
'Ei- I ,. luu K<>. "Ml I at the Southwest lorner of rrv.id C..nly., lorlda 10-1: frLUMtAI.I H.V ANt) Feb. 11 (Prl ) I'.itilIN .
.x .u'a II. mar .A".ucate1i hOIICE' Tfl ucrcsuil\ ,1 i Hectlon IS Town.lilu ,1 South K.Il it the ioulhi-unt LOAN ASKOCIArlCJN 1 hull: Hun MARTHA UABRIEU I Rang 37 Rapt lirivard County HW" of the KW, ..r Me,'lion a Coiled Staten corporation. I.
Sft Main Hired Plaintiff lorlda. run thenc. North u' K. Township .1 South Range IIS 1'luln tiff Tit/: fill ST' Jl l'I.I'l; .
'J It..v'lIa.' malifc.ulia.Ki Va 88 JJ' Kait along the Went line hart: : thence North along the ".. ( III I \MI r<)K DH'.\ tKI 'I
----- CHARLES W. CAHHIEL. of .Id, Hecllon 1), paid line be Kant line of laid Forty a hId,- LLOYD D. and CAROL 4IICMI I 1.5)14115.5In
: Defend tot log ahto the center line of Stat,. nee <,f 47n feet foi the POINT yl'lb'f, hi* Qlltt. re: nlalt of
Fi,14a' a..... .h.u.U". -.j.g* TOI CHARLES W. U A BRILL.!: nock Street (dedicated itO feet OF UK.INVINO: thence continue wt. Defend.nt. RhLllFN: IARIUI HILLDpcen.od ,
s...Iu....i .oIltuI.1 ,%...uil.tluiiH whose lost! known refluent I I.: wide) a dl.t.nc. of 1341 I On feet to N"'l' alnng ail Forty and the docket number of wuli.li ..
Nciuau: Stools. IW a point: Ih.nc South M' 57' IF' line TI tel: thence VNent parallel I* number J81J1 \IIII4 I. II! l'lI.INil PtTlrillftOK :
Hull" Huuxu.r. ... West CoiMckl. New York Smut along the both rldht-nf to the South line of. WITNESs my hand end the of. UN IL 14501 II.\K .t. tIC
,.. tt..1 a .....1...... v I.MuuuIL flluuua Wdi r- i .10 .\i>MiNi"rn %
M NOTICE: IS HEREBY!: / livEn way line {.nd It. weiterly en.tendon Kurly ion' fret: thence final. peat of avid Court, thIs l.'lh TKI\
Ii. butyl rw.a.iwre that a Complaint fur. Divorce ha. ) of Crown Houl.v..1 parallel. to the Kant line of said day of February, 1964CIRTI8 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CIIN')
"Pt : jL Iuilil r been filed again. you by th. Plaintiff shown on HblOHTS. rorly a dint,nee of 75 feetthence : R Clerk CKI1.N:
;;; ., Tilu.Heuiy RARNtI.
.. .iu-uua. l>alU Relies I. that I .
hereby given h
In in* .bov.-II,I... Court. and SUBDIVISION, according to tie taut: to the point of be. of the Cirui of "
51,1w biurIUa.. .. c. iiaii4 you *r. boreoy required to serve a Plat thereof recorded In Slat. .Inlini. being a part of the Lrcv.rd Counly.Iurl... filed my final returusaesioin.,
H. It "...''. 5ubIis5usKIi copy of your a an.wer n,5 pleading01mm Book 13 at page 42 of the public OW', of the HVV''. of Section >. JUyi! HIII Ixtratrlx of the cOats of J';l/t;VMAKKM
H HuUrun" tUlorHaviU !; ,. ULSImIk the PlaintIff attorney.. record ot Brev.rd, County. FIne-, Town.hip 21 South H.nga 35 Deputy CI.rkICOIIT lULL dpf.ca.ed; I.
,., Mgt KbLLKY.. BTKOIU' 4 MARION Ida. a dlilance of Boft feet to a bait. )KALI) hues filed for final ,II*
V' ,, U.liuiiu..,e'I', A.IYv.t111I.m ciiuuiniiua"" .and file the original aiiaw.r, or t\ distance of 11J740 feet to thla Court .lflll,' you and you are 1'1.lnllr. VIRGIL R. COSKI.Jt."oun"
aub.erIpLtJi. &tVS j pleading In th* Office of the Clerk of Beginning. : thence hereby to fie your anawer Pint Federal Bul..lnl.. JUdc". of Ir.vard .
of tbe circuit Court Tltuivllle, Flor W 81 BJ' EmS a dlnt.nc. or other ilefenne lo ault In the Miami 33, )' Horl<1a on March for .p.
Carrier. In;; NcrU; Btevar. id,. o. or before tb. 24 day of February. of 861." feet to a point! thence office of the Clerk of th. CI..ul Feb. 14 (It'rL) 1964IIE l>rov.l of the same and for flnnlillicharge

1 \r. 51.55. II Mu. .'.W .a Mu. IB ..... IW4. It you fall to do us. a Mouth u' 44 02" Weal a dlat.nc. Court of Br.va.rd County, 1 administratrix of thentntfl
Decree Pro Confeuo will! be taken nf 1JU5I feet to point) thence on or before the &th day of March of RElaEN HARRIS HILL
M all III, YkrtdS .. iu. agaimut you for thu relief d.m'D""d North' $9' 31' 52" Wept a distance A. D 1964. and tn.erveacni" fleceaaedtebruary. .
fr. i...... II Mu ........ .. Mu. '..IIt. LI _._...._ In the Complaint.Thl. tit W139 feet to a point thence thereof on the plaintiff attorney nIri( It ill' .tiIii'Tlln'vi ft ., 12. 1MI
\ II'Ils----a_ nolle .ball Sin ublhhed North 0* 41' 85' ,' C. WInston Smith Pont Office Box ftLnOL'flij91 H\ TNt 5/ NhLLIR M RMITI
Uu'."' flurlll.M .. on,... .a week for four (Hi of 130 M feet to 1.0' Point uf 4J7. 9111) N. Dlnle Freeway, NewSmyrna top' tIC/NIh "'olvtloeioNiKN tsp' NELLIB M. MITI.
5. aiM' M,. .. ..' II *I.. .""II week la the Tltu.vlll. conaectitlv Uiar-AJvo' Beginning. containing 2.0 acre. B..h. Florid. If you fall IuStEV.LSlo cot IT'< PLOSIiin. AilmlnlMr.lrlx eolais l otKfcUBLN
Your door to INSTANT cat. Tltuivlll. Florida. mor. or lea*. to do 10 judgment by default will C 1.0.1' 5 .S'ii'INl. .5 : U'luUNU !: HARRIS HILL.
.. WITNfc.88 ray hand and seal. of be taken .galnat ynu for the relief .uSe I .tN .\I.I..a: .\ ) Deceaaed.
> rur: i MI'.H in mint DUMB: mil ORDERED) In CI,.... aald Court at Tltuivllle. lought In the complaint .5k IIkSSI.5NI"fIcK Feb. It. 21. 28. Mar 8 (Frl ) 1961

\\\IK .'r.1111 h; 4 % dividendsNO b... of In Tlluavlll. Klurlda thin :Si:l County. Florida, thin day Br.va.1 Jan. Thl. nolle .h.1 b. publlahed once .< KI/II. ANI. U H :>ulIIMiM
Jay 1W4 2
TO WHOM ir MAY CUNCKRNlNotice : Colitis J.nu.ry.H. nanny. 1-M4 each week four conieeutlv.week ." > l l .tIMINU .1:' NI.IT .\ \ 1.55 rleftilST, IOH MILE
I. heieby. gives ....1 the Clerk of BAItNFH: CURTIS R BARNES In the TITUSVILLE STAR- 01- HH'RU I'III VTt % \ U" I !Ilk-UM *,!, LinsloSoaloil :
undei..gneil., I.UI.JUBI' ti, tu. 110tltloui .- YEAR'S WAIT By Herte! the Circuit: Court Clerk Circuit Court ADVOCATE i'Lttt.IC I IN .INI U 10 11516 1.5:515l.SINII ulda will!b. received bY
N.ine HUiute. C hap.er 1Iti.VB. ...- > H.lll : Krivard County. Florida WITNESS ray h.nd and the teal 'UTii" Tit; (O tUt1 th. City of Tltuavllle. lorlda... fur
rloilua Hl.lulon' will reglater (Court l!ealKKLLkY. ,epu.1I.rll Jiy Bertie Hall of .ld Court at Tlu"vle. the TJ kIt the late of the following described.
with the Clerk of Ih. Circuit Court Deputy Clerk Ih* County Seat of. Br"ed ,, property .. 9,724 .
FOR THIS FULL RATE : 8TROUD MAHION containing, acre.
In and fur Urevard Cuunly, Florida j Attorney for Plaintiff (Court Beat.) lorld., this 6th day February TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN!: or lea.Htart.. .
upon receipt of |,rouf of too publication P U. Box hOt' Croftqn. llrewer A holland A D 1964.CL1RTIS. NOTICI IS )Hfe.tlBUY GIVEN at a concrete. monument at
R. BARNES Clerk of
ol thl. nollco, the flcllllou.rUIRIDA ..:... Oallle, FlorIda Attorney for Plaintiff. Sth d.y ct. February th. quarter section corner on
D.nl.. Your savings at First Federal start to earn full 414% I... 14, Jl reb T. It (Frl) 1M4l I'l (p. Box Ml lbs Brevard Circuit County Court, Florida.In .nd for 1M4 In accordance with HeUlona the went boundary of Section 14
l-ANKLAVALL!: 'YtI. Tltu.vllle. )'Iorldl anl, 33810. Florida Statute. Town.hip 2 South Range U
TIMid! dividends: the very minute you bring or send them in. Jin SI, I. 2(Frl) 1984 (Circuit Court Be.l) (111.) lbs Board of County Com- Ild.! which:I. th. point of beginning "
under which w. ar. engaged In te.U. H.I. of Brtvard County of th. land herein detcrlbed .

tiu.luea.la",iiiln. at Morldu IHI Houtu and Cuuit;41U rluglcrblricl. riireet.Or .. You don't have to wait in uncertainty for a yearto h5h1uJiiLlCf<> Tile: CIH4I.IT ,IwlHT OF' Tilt.; IX ThE .('IKTIIT (talk? Il TImYCINTII I /./ C. WINSTON SMITH ln Florid.. vacating,. alopied,( and a abandoning resolution. clo that. 150: thence feel to run a .nor'l: thencerufous 1' 4na.l '

New Hniyr, a kiraoh Fluilila. if to low .4 i low < IK4IIT. IN .nIulu'ur P.O. Box 4z portion, hereinafter t at the
see you are going get a or an even AMI bOKfliRgtSIbuib lUlL .\ND ills. l>oo N. New Smyrna "elrlbcd. right angle to
Thai th. p..rll..l..d. In *uldbu.lnex. Y.ew.y. of
I .Mil. nrllK OK rLllKIUl ri.l)KIIIIN tlltNOHlNU < Heath an alley and W.rr"l Avenue and aforesaid line 4160 i feet to a
urnirrrloearaal. uiluwaRAYMiINI : er 3W4.We I' 111.\ :II ,. .t.ll"J.. lWd for Plaintiff PIns Avenue, .. hereinafter dos' stake: thenc. run south I1 4Uweat '
lj:. U4lfc.ltC. THB MANHATTAN 8AVINU8' I7IUTMITIt'K TO llr:rtNII Feb Attorney 7 14 21. 21 :tFri.) 1M4 crlbed. 823.5' to a al.ke on the
A, NANC13 A ... .
don't hem and haw or procrastinate. We tell 1IANK a Nw York curpwratlon, URBAN AND DUUUKHAV twenty foot (2u) .1., rUDe line dividing theforeaald
101EI. nbc eal and weit a. on aectlonS: thence run
Dale l at (iilandu.. Orange. County, you now that you'll get 4'/4', 'n. Plaintiff I INC., a Florida ., of Block K of MaggIe John, south 81' 3U 22 weal along the
Pi.rlda, this ElLIS day. of reuru.iy. 1I08I4 A. CIIIFFIIM and, 1'ATHICIA l'I..llltr.. IN THI; TIKI'ir tomr or TIlE; son. Plat I of Melbourne Reach quarter. section line of Section It

1110I4.b'.b. 14, sit. 2H Mar. 6 (." .) 191.4NOTICK Up to the 10th of any month we'll start your dividends ANN U U''IN. III.| wife .t alDefendant., .. MOHTON v>- CAIN. Individually. and INII NINTH HIK JUIH4IVL Tllb CIH NYC IIHttlT.01 HUE-I.' .Palo recurded bit. Public la Record Plat Book of. lire 1, 6fcl fling 01. feet containing to the point D724 of begin acre.

: on the 1st. \tU.'IJlUI 1'II'rJ't' : i 141 in Trumr-e. ( ALT bit. Individually \\KI. "HT\r. I))' I MIHIDV yard County nO'lda. which more or lean.
.nil .. fur MortonCaln '
Agent :Nil. H1JA3 alley I. bounded on the Sam. recorded InDeed
BTATK I< : IIOAKD PLHL.IC IN.l'Thtt'CTION THE MANHATTAN SAVING8 the south line of Lois 1 Book of the
Needle 0' through 305 Page 47
: OF.. Fl'IT' Tf: *"M FoR Our 4V4'i: is the highest rate paid by any associationin tlornulun. Homes, a. Rc.ldetit Curp. Jno Agentof of B Kb VARDCOTNTY DANK a New York corporationitOSt 8. InOuilve and on the inuth by official record of Brevard..
B UOBBINa re.lUenc. unknown FLORIDA: and 8HU- Plaiiutltf. lbs north line of Lois 7 County
North ikcxard County. It is higher than the aver. Cocoa. a Horlda corporation. tliriURh
Sou a,. be..y. luLl tirol 1 that .a nulL who.e rentdenc0 anti wlierc.buuta FORD MILLD INC, a North Carolina 13 Inclu.lve, all In .all 111,). will be received In the office
ban been lil.il auaium you In lu. age paid by associations in all Florida I. unknown, ..adV".YD. corporation. ? A. GRIFFIN anil PATRCI K. luck of the City Manager. Clt IUII. Tltunvllle -
Circuit Court: of inward, County Defendant.TOl .. ANN OltlrFl.N, his wife, A forty-foot itreet (ItO > deilfn- florid., :DO m..
tlurlda. 1 her/name of the Ion 0'"'natur.l R Hawking and ....n.Ue MORTON CAHN Individually' Defendant.MITK .. .ted aa 'Warren Avenue. ." RaT, "'edn..I.. ,. March 4. IUldi '**'.
And savings here are fully insured up to $10,000 II. H.wklna. hi. wife. and HUM A. .nd .. Trualee1JU
defendum Jame. B. Dobblni E OF Ht IT ahown on the Re.uuillvnlon| <,f will then be publicly opencland .
The nature ol Ihe Bull I. fur ($30,000 for a husband and wife) by FSL1C an agency of Griffin hi. and H.trlcla Ana' Clrlfllu., 44 Qu.en Boulevard STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Shocks I. I. K. I.. M, N of Mel- nad I In the Council Horn In
divorce T,"" ."11I" of tile Court wife each and wveially' whua Id.uoens, York Dwayne.. It. Hawklnr and Je.nett bnurne Ilr.ch (Maclie J lm'..n the prencnce of the city offlcl.!
In wulch *a...1 l cult la uemllng I. the the U. S. Government. and reapectlv.. realdenc I. unknown. YOU ARE HKKrUY: NOTIF1FD I]. H.wklna. his wife, RomA 1'1." .. recordeil In Plat Kunk and Intereiited perann.. All 1 blill, will I
Circuit Uoutt filo n. Judicial I Clicullof all p.rlle. dunning. .. lutereiti by. that a complaint for deiUr.tory rellrt Orlffln and. Patricia Ann t. Pace 10. Public ItcconU of be itu.lled nail prenented to the
tlorlila I lai.ennil.JV:, Bievaid: County Our 4V'4r; is better than might find in some far through H.mptun, under llomea or ...llIlt the said .. to who own. tO owente ely BJ (Iritfie. his wife. Brevard County, Florid" ,. whli'h City Council for award of bid at
lurW-1" "nil th. abbievliited you (' Curp. Iuc4 ufocoa feet of the blow deecrlbed property Each and novena tly whoie re.pei Street I. boua,lf<1 on the north a later council! meeting All bide, will
title In the c.ae. I. trei,. C. Uulibtn off Timbuctoo or other states of the Union, where you Dwayn. a R,FlorIda. corpora.Ion. ami .. alao aa '. of the pur ,live renldence I. unknown. by the south line of Lot. T lubmlltod In a seated envelop,.
Plaintiff v. Jan... B. Uobuiii. lie W. Miawkln Hawkln. and Je.n.il. chaps price and other relief he, and all partle. claiming Intereit through U. iectuolvs, K. .ddremed to the City Manager City
I fenu.nt being Chaiicely Nu :"'110. know nothing about construction of homes areas, flood, l.rlffln; and. *.. hi. wile and Mono A. been filed against you, a.ld property by through. under or .g.lnit tbeaald Maggie John.on Plal I lock Molbourn. Hall. Tltuavllle Florida. an'pl.ln.\ .
\ou ..* hereby. requueU to file your fire or other risks. hi. wife and. atrlcla all Ann Urlffln. being .. follow.; Dwayna K Hawkln. .nil Je.nvtle Beach, .. recorded In I ly marketSTALED) IIID8 M>I K
anawer wilt tb. Clerk of ..Id Court partlea having or AU th.t land known .* Ch.nd U Hawklni. M. wife, and Ro.. Flat look 1, Pass go, Publlu BALK CITY-OWNED PROP
claiming I
: 10 hare .
tbeienf. on any right, till.or ler the A Urllfin/ .nd Patricia Ana ... tlrevaril
anil to .erv. aii|'y Inleie.t Iuk. 1m. being a auu- Orlrln. County. KItTY I1R OPtNCD: WEINRS'
John Mluot of the film of hheiianl.fchcpaid .. Here you know the area's future you know values, ,,: r."r: r with I of Ih. U S I,ol 5. Ken :III. wife, .nd' all I parties : Florid, and on the outli by the DAY, MARCH 4. Ub4. at II:OU a m.
Mluot. I'. o. Drawer oil. see: the kind of homes on which we make first mortgage trlbed herein I dip' I lion 14, Townahlp 2 IJu'h. I aiming( lo h aesanyr ,, title or Dorll line of Lota 2. 3. 8, T. in. ."
Cocua. rloriu allorney for ""&In. you Range a ba.i., .. I'' relordml Intel..i In.. the real properly wicklntl.rOVeOIenlu 18. 18 19 Block ii, null 1 Tb property In quentlon I. "-
tiff no later than March 4. liiO\ If loans. You know the officers of your association YOU AND EACH OK YOU hirehy. the Public. Recoidn ofllrevard thereon herein del- Ke.ubllvlKlon, .f Hlockn I. i. trlcteil. agalnit the ton.trucllon of
you fall lo do ... .a ii.o.ree pro conUaao take notice that mil hap beef: .. County "Iorlda. In crlbed4UU, K. L. M. N of Melbourne resli.0cc.. and aut'h reBtrlcllnn.hall
will b. colored 1..1..., you ...10.1 you In the .bov. .tyled look iS. Page :20, sav.a ad .. AND KACI Oi YOU hereby < Johnion Pl.t" .Ir"ehIM.III. be act out In the deed lo b.
D.ted title ailS riay of January IUH4C tourt. The nature" uf the lult it to therefrom Lola 3. 4 .nd like notice haP been forty-foot"(1411) street denlmaleil, conveyed. by the City to tin ..uo'
I HI'IS II. UAIIMH: Cleik: uf the foreiluaa that certain mortgag ra.corded o. of Illock la, and .11 of StInk tiled, ...ID.I you la the above ityledCourt .. "Pine Avenueai shown on ..ful purchaser.
Circuit ('our by V. H bpangler. June 1. limi, in urflcl.l IT, and Lots II and of IllockId 'rill n.tur.. ot the lull I. to the afnrenald, 1..lblv'.lnl' nf Each; bid must b. .ccompanleijby
Deputy ('Ierk.ICIKl'I'IT '* Hecorda aScot :IsiS, .w. US labile. and Lot I. Hlock 1. with in II, rurrlol certain, mortgage re- niocki I I. J. K. I a certified check cuh.r.
COURT 8KAI.) .Hacord. of Urev.rd Counly, Florid.ncumbcring ... lot 1 In Illock 5. con.l.tlng of ., "ll. 2. 1UWJ In Official Recor bourne Ileach iMnraU Jnbnn' theck or perform.nc.
J.n ;ai, r'.l>.1. 14 n i 1"rl.1 )1110I" the hereinafter, n.rnV Idea-: I 281 acrei of land: anil furthirexvlng n llook 2VJ. page 555. Public Record 1'1.1. .. recnrdol In Plat Book !I... Shoe Sixteen Thn.M.d I Dollar.
No I This crlbed toil property\ Tb. of and .nvepilng thnrofrom of llrrvaril County Florid (. Page 1A. Public Reod. of ISlUloeliP' )) f..,, the Improvement '
For the Court Ii In which .all :ilh: la ending all mln.ral.) metal) .nd petroleum encumbering. the hereinafter deacrlb-' llrevard County Hnrlda. which' of the Imm..I.t.." Th.
the Circuit Court Mlntb er real The name of the aIred. between lbs unuth hoe method nf land .h.ll
right and privilege. WII"l h proprly. I. Iniirovlng .Id
1HI1U.t: or 1'lt'TIII; Tit 00 Judicial Circuit In anil for tin veiled In the 81.t. nf Morld.or ... Court In nulL I. pending of 4. J .1. t. 12 11. H. tie .. follows:
Ht.(.IK"" bIle iIIlt lilt .14 L5I KIn Year's County of It rnar d. RU|. ot Florida any agency of the Mate of I. the Circuit Court of the Ninth 11 .nd 2. Block 11. and the 1. Pile surface debrla In wlmlro, ?
cmnpllaoioe with house till Higher la Chancery. No. :JTIui. and. Ih. ab )lurid. Together with all and Judicial. ('Ireul la .nd for the north nf Lola I Ihr..rh InInclu.lve. rnrm.
No. 1174i. Chapter Nuinbvr, :2I't4J.Laws : title of the r.ms I. 1'h. the shore. and County of Irevad. State of Florid.. Block ID Mil 1".1", 2.;.c..1 by dr.ffllMi. Irenrhe.
nf Horliln. Act uf 1911. Hi. York Manhattan fcavl.gn Hank, a New .I".ule right of th rlpal"l. vendor lo In (' 10. :1 and the abbreviated dlvlnlon tit niock. I. J. K. I. of ad.q u.l. wlllh and ,deplh t.
under.lgneil will, jlnler' with the. ti:: Rate! corporation, Plaintiff ".. lln.i Itor.1 appertaining .r caa I* Tb. N of Melbourne Reach A. Orlffln .nd fatrlila
Ann Urlffl
Manhattan Bavlnga, Hank a New John.nn Plat) a* .i-1 .
Clerk: uf ih. Circuit Court In HieHard Wait bla wife, .t al. LNifendanti. and you ar. hereby required to York Plaintiff v.. ROMA Plat a minimum ot three (31)
County tlurltla upon r*'i'iil.t | scresac of your answer corporation Book e. Page 10. Public ..rib cover.
proof of uulillcttcluu. of thin errha dexrlptloa. : of the mat proi,: til 1 her ; lo saltS complaint' on or GriffIn and P.trlcl Ana Griffin, Record uf Urevaril County, 8 II.b. by doaer. debrIs Into
notithe r"lIuwl..1I flctltluu In said still aid tee. .I..dln.' T hla wife et al, Dstrndantu.rIte Florida. e antI com..ct.
earns to-wil' : h4)LbiiM 8 UtllJ''hlCANg crlbed la th.. complaint I I. ai*. bl. SIMON, 233: H K Flnt Hi fli.I AH Ml ...rlptlnn ef. the real property And renouncIng and tis'lolmlneany 4. Piiali, bv iloarr. fill m.terlnl, '
un In drove tare Taking .1 MIIIIH I..tZII.: HAMPTON HOME sinaI of 'o..la.your aniwrr other or la lbs complaint I. ai folLol and to land Ivlnv wllMth. .nd grail.Or.ua ..
llarlia, and. Ihul the unilvr.lin.il, % 8UBDIVI8ION/ IMTNU. &, .i". pleading. In Ibe.office ,.f the or Clerkof cnnflnea of the inlil illpv and >. entire area with com
.r. III. only pel.on. lni.r.led inhaled ; I\ cording t. plat thereof a* recorded tkli on or before the K9 HAMITOV IOME avenue 1I..I..h..v. dewrlhotiTh mon bermuda or equ.l.
..Id bu.lur*.. I2V.X : In VIal hook II. i>ag. U day of Court 1WU\ If fall h iriKDIVISION' UNIT "' Reaolutlnn further pro If I li .!red to dl.pn.of om.
M.rh. you to
.1 Tltu.vlll. Florida. this Public Reuord. of Drtvard .0, Judgment by s'tatalt dn corillng. to plal thereof recorded vIdeO the re.olutlon wosld) not of th debris burning prior to
will b
SU day. of January A.U. lltktUrov. County. Florid. taken against you far the b. In Plat Book 13 page becom. effective until nuch. time complying ". requirement.
Care luu Toe AND EACH OV 'YOU SrI mended la sail complaint relief d. 31. Public Record of llr.vardCounty (he bard of Cnun'y CAvnm'...lnnerB f.r Imnrovlng Paid lend persoiestoC!

William .J. Kol.om Prt. required to. file, your ...wor to .b. DATED this Sin day of Florida of Rrev.ril County ril l .Jan. i\\, )'.b. 1. II. :31 tint) lut.4 Complaint with the ( lerk of th. 1W4. at Tltuivllle, Urev.rd 1obru.r. YOU AND EACH OF YOU ar* In,-evrmee'en t.'vteg nf th. (-Itxwlndearrlbvd Ft". CM''f. All' work shell b. don.
.bov. styled! Court and nerve a copy vlorld.. required I. Cli. y nursns war 10 lbs rash properly, wIthin In"e r lbs npervli.inn ef the Cl 1f
$trst JfetievalAnd thereof upon Plaintiff Attorney 8TKWART L. AVKHS. whn.e: alt.: Clerk. Circuit UARNRS above *"Ie Court and nerve a copy. are located: a,!" Court thfrtof Plaintiff I AttorneyTfcWART All| ft HIV 1 and all f cbeck.
Norirt: reap I. Peat Office Bog 'U. KauOalll of upon en 'I .b .mu.nl. by p ovrtlflwl
Irv.rd Count,. Flurlda. U, AYER8 wInnie addre of Reeutw'lvNfnn nO Dl 05
JUOTICK OF FINAL HFPORT *. Florida not later than Ski IIYi 1 or bid bond! In
AND APPLICATION FOR Dlif. lth day ol March A.D. 5!+.. .. re.qulrd I.U. 1.1. *, la Poet Office Box CII. Ecu J. K. U M. V .' N..lb..... amount not i Soup lr>.n fIve percentm
by law .Iae. Deere: Pro opuly I.III., riorlil.. eat I..., thin the Bench Maids John-nil Plet) > of the baa bid a. guar.nl
CIIAROB AI.I..n.. irs hereby notified ngs Confeaao will b* entered agilnit you fCOTTRT 24 day of February A.O. &. aa accortllnv' to live phI' tborvnf mrecorilMl Ih.l this bld".'. If warded the bM.
that th. uniler-ignml .a* Kitei aDd each. of TOBIAS SIMOV required by I.. .a 1. P !I. Pl.t Bonk t. P. will' ten ((101 eonaecutlv. olen .
liter of the L. .1. of 1 la M. Flail.4ecaueii. you. Attorney for Plaintiff Loiif.ua .wlb.
I, baa completed: 1 lia adoiis.tretlin : ; IN W1T.MC88 WIIBREOr. I bars Ifs H E. Flrat Mtreet "on end .wi of you.al.rd 1f.. P.I.l R.or.. .of Bre..dr. with< Ih. .cn'et.r Into a .nl.,.
and filed hi. float report andiipllcallon henuntn act my hand aid affined Miami 82. FlurldarK IN WHEREOF, I have All of Block,K ..r Mirelo. la Tllu.n.. Vneclfl
for via. b.,ga In Ih. And Loan Association of Titusvillo the official seal of laid Court at -J7Feb. .. .t n.ad aad afflx.dIh. eon Pint of Melbourne Tl-ooh... c.".cor.n. by> the City
....d..'* Court of Dr...'" Tlluavtlle Prevail County. Florltlatbla 7. 14 21 .r.d
County : 2 4Frl I 194 official seal of said Court .t .e"neenin. t* '*. rUI' thor '' Inns chatteomnnmu'e
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Courthouse at Tlluavllle. PIoOto.Obircilons Downtown Offic Washington at Main R. FARNK S2nd day of January AD. 1964. 90. Public RMt>rd. of .. m'tliead I'* a dale ..rn".If ..
th.relo. If any .huulil hat Clerk if th. Circuit C.ur If R. BARNES Countv. Fltrld.n.ted ( .. Ir.v.r I. ...
J.t duly. fed with "Id court After Indian Rtv.r Branch 14S N. Coquina A,.. Brevardi County. you have real estateto CURTI Ibe Orvl COllr tbla 5156k day February, .I. Ike compl.t.p| ,In .rlt.. iinter.h.ll .
due publication. of Ihl. D'k., ...Id.ppJle.Uoa UYl; Bertie Hill Bravard ". 1M. o within al .k h..und.
will _... fin fur final' TO 1 DAILY ALSO 4 TO 7 FRIDAY Deputy CI.rkIEAt sell or If you are BTl /aBaltic HallD.puty (I.E> dar lass from laid..uU.1. .a.

this hearing January before tweall.th."M Courl 11464. JOHN'"""'' DIAL AM 7-111 PLENTY FRII PARKING( (('IC.IT or COURT THB ) looking for choice real
SHEPARD .. K.e" lor of th.Evtate L. AiimAttorney trwart Ayr FRrVARD
D. COUNTY .I readvo.
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of Ma M Field. dece.iedaddrea. Current Dividend Rat for Plaintiff estate use class! Altorne Plaintiff FLORIDA 1"
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February 14, 1964 Tltvnllle ('Iorld. ) fLr Adr.e.f. t,ap shoulder pads; letting In linlngi to Joyce Griffin, Estl Lucas, Florida State Fair and the Gas

In jackets; proper finishing tech. Kae Andry, Carolyn Stokes, La parilla Parade while they were In

piques in jackets The next Verne Cooper, Marilyn Green. Tampa. Mr; Ashley' works at
Indian River-South Titusville Happenings ', workshop will he held next Tuesday laugh, Maxine Coleman and one Cape Kennedy, while Mrs Ash.
ti .
Feb. 18 and the last one! of visitor, Dorothy Godwin. ley Is President of the Indian

20.the series next Thursday, Feb River Library Assocfation.:

'': : :. Scouts Of 310 Presented Awards Alic Cavonta Clrclt Visit Tamp From AlabamaMr
Troop Mr. and Mrs R. V Ashley and

The Alice Gavenla Circle of family, along with Karen Phillips and, Mrs Graves Huglics

,. the Central Baptist Church met returned home from Tampa/ of Anniston, Ala., have been
at the Church Tuesday. The last Monday after spending a visiting with their daughter and
Troop( 310, Boy Scouts of In Wednesday, February 19th pre- meeting was opened with the nice! weekend visiting Mrs. Ash son in.law :\Mr and Mrs. John O.
dian River City held a Court of ceded by a covered dish dinnerat reading of the Prayer Cidendar, lej's parents and enjoying the Smith, 315 Byron Avenue
honor Tuesday in the Civic Cam n -- -- -----------
p.m. followed by pra>'er. Several I
ter when numerous awards were announct'nunU made, Dur-
marie. Glen: Archer, Scoutmaster
Trtn-Town Corporation tog the Meek commencing March
I I was in charge of the evenmg's .
2, which has hi'c'n designated! I
program His assistant The I Adult Hoard of Directors as Week of Prayer, this Circle SAMUEL J. BARR, M D.
Asit. of Teen Tow Corporation met
was Scoutmaster Roddy
will be In charge: of the nursery
Northcutt, while Hubert Webber) Tuesday evening at Blarney
Chairman of the Troop Commit. t istle Present were Ed. Mervici Stakes, volunteered to work on

,. tee, and Peuy Conrad, a membcr ..9 ',president; Mrs. Betty Ponds, Tuesday! M arch 3. FOR THE PRACTICE OP
of the committee, were pre nom president; Ralph Carter,
sent. Many parents were also secretary, Joe funds, treasurer; the This Circle will bo In charge of OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGYAT
Mr program The Circle voted
I present Jackie Merriam Mrs Milin -
to buy five boctkn for the 9 amt!
Merit Badges were awarded to i Cochrane Mrs. Carl Manse, THE
10'year old Girls
boys for their qualifications as mil Mr und !Mrs R V Ashley, Auxiliary
Group, sponsoii'U\ by this CircleCaioljn :. GARDEN MEDICAL CENTER
follows.: Chris Kratt, Life, Den :long \\'ItlT.'n.'I'own teenage ,
ton Conrad, Life; Edward Freeman lovers' / Joe Mancc and Billy Stokes led a program on. GARDEN AND PARK AVKNUKSTITUSVILLE. ':: ;
responsibil! to vote and pus ti
1st Class Charles Wan Walker
rlpatc in (iove-rnment Kue An
ner, 2nd class; Jim Anderson. Col W II IVudioff\ having( resigned
ry, Ovulerip Cox and Eisle: Luens
2nd class: ; Joe Ferguson, citutn. as treasurer and member,
-- -- also took part I in this discussion flyAppointment
ship, home; Gary Queen, citizen the acting treasurer, Joe Ponds Tel 2675923:!
ship, home Gary Queen, first RECEIVES AWARDS Among the mem- net Jerry Champion, Ed Freeman, Kenpath was unanimously elected to fill Refreshments! were scrvid

Bid;, David ;Champion, first aid; bers of Troop :310, Boy Scouts, who received Burgess, Joe Ferguson; (back row)i iD.iMd the vacancy by the hostess. Ovulene Cox
awards Tuesday, were left to right Champion, Denny Conrad, Christ --- -- -- -- -
Denton Conrad, safety, cholar-- A report was given on the --- -
ship' ; Edward Freeman, pets; (front row) Jim Anderson, Charles Woer- Matt and Gary Queen.-(Photo by B). "< final plans for the Sweetheart

I Chris Kraft, safety, scholarship; Dance to be held tomorrow 11
r bcrs A bowl of rr I camellias, rise explanation, Mrs. RlchmoH night. I
cooking; fingerprinting; Jerry
Champion, safely L grown by Mrs Ki" ubi'n Peters told the ladies that the Grange Mr. Carter (submitted some ADDITIONS

Bill Northcutt was awardedthe was centered on tins ti'ilo'! Each originated as a farmers' orgatj-' plans for the new recreation .
whether coffee or tea, had ization, which was created at the
Senior Patrol Leader's Badge 1 f. 1''J cup building to be erected for this! WE b.
It'.t. a number underneath, and as close of the Civil War (War between organization
Jerry Champion, Queen ; :
t :t' each member finished her beverage the States 'iit a
} ) as a means These will be dance ,
and Denny Conrad awarded no on Sat AND
were NEED
1. she turned the cup upside! conservation and rehabilitation
Assistant Senior Patrol Leaders urday evening, due to the Indian .7'
( down to find the number! The after the ravages of tho War
Badges!: Joe Kyle, Steve Webber : :. lucky number was 12, and, the It today is a family orfianuatimr.: held River City Talent Show being MORE
in the Civic Center
Chris Kraft, David Champ : lucky member to got! this num- active in civic work, conservationof REPAIRS
ion, Philip Elmore and Chuch ber was Mrs Jenny tentile A natural resources, recreation The meeting: thanked the Jay
Davis were awarded Patrol Leader / a prize was given to her in Die and community endeavors. Bee Jewelry Store of Indian|I
,. River Plaza
: for the '
Badges Asst Patrol Leader shape of a pot of chrysanthemums : Next meeting of) the Club will
tiaira to be
given to the newly
Badges were awarded to Vince .
be on March 11th. Guest speaker
Merriam, MiKe Mortensen, Joe Mrs Glen Richmond, a Past 1 then will be Sylvester Rose, elected Queen at the Sweetheart

Ferguson, David Webber) Cecil President, of this club presided<< while Mrs William Diehl and, Dance next Saturday evening,

Reynolds and Steve Hopkins. at the meeting. Present were: Mrs. Gordon Moore will be the

Eddie Armbruster, who has been tt Mrs. L. F. Hobo, Mrs W. II hostess at the meeting H D, Workshop t n S{

;,,: ; acting as! publicity olhcer, was tfI t Boshoff, Mrs M. F. Ureedlove, Another Tailoring workshop
!given an appointment as ( Mrs, William Diehl, Mrs! !Nicholas ; the
Joint Mtttlnj sponsored by Indian River
"Scribe." f fIf Gentile, Mrs J. J. llolley. City Home Demonstration Clubs, UP TO S YEARS LANK FINANCING AT LOW BANK RATES
,,Ial, Bill Northcutt was given a 2I' Mrs J, II Lei ht. :Mrs\ Gordon The Indian River City Tourist was held Tuesday at the Community
year pcifect attendance badge. Moore, Mr*. Reuben Peters and) Social Club and the Indian Room of the Citizen's PLANNING -

.. Oilier badges, denoting member. Mrs, Glen Richmond and Mrs River City Civic Association helda Bank, with Mrs Mary Slaby, SPECIALISTS IN COMMERCIAL AND
Carl Slgnorclli. An election joint meeting In the Civic Center DESIGN AND
ship end number of years in President, and Mrs. Muriel Gra -
:; held to elect a president to fill
scouting were awarded to 20 ham, Vicc-PrcMidcnt, acting! as CONSTRUCTION
.', the River City Civic Association!
'1 1 vacancy By unanimous vote
other boys Instructors Present( Edna
I '4. Mrs M F. (Eulah) Brcedlove conducted Its meeting first with
At the conclusion: of the court elected as president< for (lie remainder Orion Exlinc in the chair. Mr. Pills, Irene Harrcll, Eunice UP TO 5 YEARS BANK FINANCING AT LOW BANK RATES
.:. I ,I. of honor, refreshments) were Thomas, Anita Smith, Irene
of this and Mrs Arthur Demond became
"' served to all jcar An announcement Uoshoff, Mildred Cochrane, Ad-
present by Mrs .
members The main item of business
, Helen Conrad and Mrs Sarah"Northcutt was made that Sylvester the annual Hidden Talent die Lee Smith, Coley! Page,; Julia STACKHOUSE CONSTRUCTION CO.
Rose!, Asst County Agent, was
McLeod and Nannell Moore
":; ,:; Cakes cookies and would establish a landscaping,: Show to be held on February28th
cold drinks were enjoyed by IN TALENT SHOW Marfio and gardening school in March and 29th Mrs. Claire Simms, This was the 8th Workshop In

everyone. : present Green, 10, daughter of Mr. and on dates to be announced laterat explained all arrangements.; these Work performed series of Tailoring and exhibited events.J TltusvllU, Florida P. O. Box 2122 .Pbon. .AM 7.3688

John J. Greene, 240' Stuart Ave. the Whispering Hills Elementary The Tourist and Social Club this function included setting< at Over 30 Years Construction & Horn Financing Experience I

I Citizen Band nue, Is in the fifth grade at Coquina School. This school will tic meeting followed with Mrs Paul --- -
Radio Club Elementary School and held for a period. of six weeks Mann in the Chair William Bar .

was one of the performers at It will be sponsored by the Agricultural nard, Orion Exline and Mrs
1I 1 The Brevard 10/4 Citizens variety-talent show staged last Extension Service of Frances Latourellc became
I Band Radio Club met Tuesday the State of Florida members. Omar Ebeling of Livonia
Thursday at Coquina. She is a
, .
evening in the! Indian River City
Michigan, was welcomed asa
"' tap dancer and Is a student of After conclusion of b'lsmoss.' an
?, Fire Hall[: President is John guest.: Mrs Enid Peterson was CHEVROLETmakes
Jeannae Patterson of the Plaza : ,
informal discussion! was held by ,
Drizzle; Vice President is Leon reported 111 Robert Patzke rendered "
I" Dance School.-(Photo by 8)).
all the members! present After
Monday; secretary is Charles several numbers on the

Clifford; and treasurer is Walter discussing gardens and gardening acccrdian. Refreshments were

Collins, Four! trustees lire: P contact President John Giizrb the subject of the Grangewas served by the hosts of the evening

D. Napier, Sam Aired, Flank on 2676161, or the Secretary, mentioned and Mrs Glen Mr and Mrs. Glen Richmond
Pritchard and AI Carrm. Charles Clifford :287-5046./ Richmond was asket! to explainto all types of quality trucks, :

The Club has been in existence the members what the Grangewas : The next meeting of the Tour

about two years, and is composed Garden Club I and how it worked. In a con ist and Social Club will be held
of radio enthusiasts and
Indian River City Garden Club !
"" throughout Brevard Co met Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the

unty. Civic Center. Hostesses were
Members present at the meeting Mrs. M. F. Breedlove and Mrs. CUTTER DRUGWALGREEN

were: Dill Davis, Harold Wil- Reuben Peters, who served refreshments
moo, henry' Shifter. Millard to members on their

. fiich, Vernon McCall, Ray entrance to the hall. Coffee, tea! AGENCYTFick1oad
';.l' Bodie, D. W. Koehler, Sidney P. Valentine cookies, candies and

Hill, John Villtneve VV. OWe nuts from a beautifully decorated

. ssineer, David Hardy, Cov- table were enjoyed by the memo SaleFERTILIZER
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ington Stevens, Myrtle Finch, .
':'I::. Ed. RMnehdit, Don Joergen,

: Lyinan Rogers. Robert Mitchell

" and J. F Lyons. Starlight I
''' '
1: The purpose and objects of their

::1";" I Club are to establish, maintain, ,

.: supervise and expand short

.;;;,, rang! radii,) communication In t8

Brevard County, and by means FRIDAY
. of a club' to combine the cf-

Ilea'r"l', foils and capabilities of) its members RINK I

'.' into one unit or band so as II I ,.0 0 SATURDAY

i I"rl to( make available to all the au- I,
I r
;"a': '" "' trinities In Brevaid County,

"il..?.I whether local, slate or federal, NOW' OPEN I SUNDAY! 0 0 o a a oo o .os a a :

'ii an excellent; system: of short
nNa. I o s o : oa oo
range radio communication Inemtrgenciei.

w.., .. Also by means of Unix: New Management,, I '

mere-id,' I ; I a s a o e o o o s o
;, ,; :
+, communication. As new members ) tr
ass s. : a o a .oa so
'I", join, they lie oriented in 41'
the efforts and purposes and I e s 0 o
:I"I,: soon become proficient: and take I

,no their place as: a unit in the or :

,:i"';,,: ganization.On the lighter side, it furnishes i / UP TO TWICE AS Specially f formulated I I

, -
a11N1+ recreation land social functions MUCH GREEN-UP
' '
:'r for the benefit of lU members. .
;":;:; ,: Any persons interested in becoming -

......,::.I.,..It a Club member may ORDINARY t IJttg 'ld/dd Ta1LPN:0TJ;; : J

" 'f'i U. S. 1 North, 2'4 milts FERTILIZER :

''i sin,' :? Dr. Rcbert B. HoguoOptometrist Across Highway from VIGORO -.-
Ball's Fruit Stand --
,':..,, I

,I", ,".rl,f I Covers 2SOO Telephone your Chevrolet/ dealer about any type of truck

; Announces the new SKATING HOURS: Sq. Ft. -..-..-.----.-.----.--.----........-.........--.-...-.-..-.-.,..................--....----..--
location of his office Men. & Tu... 7:30-9:30 p.m. $| 89
' "I'' b0-t.9. BAG II
; All/
FrL 7:30-10:00 REG. nun GUS FAULK CHEVROLETCorner
.'::r:'; PLAZA I pan.S 2.59

-'S.. Titu*.lll., FU.Offle t. 5-7il5 b 7:30-10 p.m.
:, f. Hours PIMtle Sun. 2:00.4:00: p.m. FRONT OF CUTTERS BIG APPLE PLAZA
':.004.00: AM M'1S i I Hopkins & St. Johns TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA AM 71234Prlday

: Robson Enters Sebring.MjA( In Continental, Race


Missile Man Peat t rrnutvliu rPlorlcla i ) S'lr.AlIy.ule Friday, February 14, "1144 -

Seeks Win In Star-Advocate SportsNEWS Terrier Lagers Play

Endurance Ride

J.>ick Robson( a Cape Kewedy AND VIEWS

elglneer, who( drives a Sebring. Season Finale Here

MiA, said early today, his tars
i nn. to( be in fine running con-

d :ion for{ Sunday's famed Day Coach Art Tolls' Titunvllle aria( hare Saturday night againstthe with Cocoa High School' ..IMSb THS Principal.

t tr ij' Continental sports ear race. High School Terriers will play Eau '.Cullie.Commodores) .on changed until tonight, according .
old missile sclen- Reasons for changing the
The 31 year- 'their last home gome of the sees ,.It"III.'. afternoon cenloct to Truman Scarbrough,
ti t li entering his first race oft s I game's time from 1:33: today
I until 6:30: tonight were not
t it a season, running against comp -
titors( from ell over the world given.

i irf whit officials call America's --.. I I Bowling NewsMartin After regular' season play, Ti-
moat Important race of the year : tusville will join Ft Pierce, Vero

because It not only carries $40; r- ( ..." Beach, Cocoa, Melbourne, Satel-
000 in awards, but awards 4'I.
posted l1 lite and Cocoa in the State:! Class
toward the usp Ist' ,- > Mixed Doodles Mon. Nite Mixers
high points > League Daffy AA Group 7 playoffs, starting

manufacturers' world championship High individual series: Bob High\ Individual 1 game: Rose High Individual game: Paul Fl'b,27.
561 Larry Gleason, 822'High Hicks 200.
Msycr( ; Coble, 223 Shirley Pitzrick, 166.
:3lobon, who will have as his re' I individual game: Chris High Individual series: Esteele High Individual series: Len Titusville, playing with a

crew' Bill Morton of Titiwvllle; Webber. 180, niuell, 491.Mt.ndlnM! Pitzrick, 562; Shirley Pitzriik, first string composed of four
Mel Love of) Cocoa'Beach; Spencer Splits converted: Jane! Martin, i Won I..n.tIlelD 459 seniors and ,one junior, defeatedEau
49 J1:
Anderson, of Merntf Island; 8.10; Barbara Brown, 3.9.10. Daffy Doll 4ft ..11Hlowpokra High team game: Team No.7, Gallia in their first meeting,
.t.ndl.r.. \\.n I.nut 44 MDnffy
Bub Kelso, of Cocoa Beach and I Olee.No's 61: ilKlnc Ulll 41HS'4JDJ 869! 70-51 1, although this same team
Aft Baggaley, of Merritt Island, Pin* 411 88Hhu .' 41: 37 Oviedo which
-I.. 44 40/ Double Dec* 41 ..* High team series: Team No 7, beat has squeezedpast
b! driving one of two specially I Titan IVi 18 4H IIIUB Cotl. 4014" .. :Jt\ 2410 the Terriers on two differ-
obstructed 1961 MG s which i I Frantic Four .n'4: 60V4' laiy Dialct' 3' 1Mh.n. .
Cat JOH 494< ent
Odd\ Belli ST'661 .. ...
mlln n an I *
won It's class at Sebring of the Lady Bnti 34'4. 454Krtiy \ M (
same' Kat 81 1 49 Tram No. J It 6 The Terriers now have a record -
year 1314 (4'
;Jake Jacobson, also of Cocoa i Softball MeetingSet Cocoa Scratch Team Woodchoppem No. 1 13 T of) 11 wills against 7 losses

Beach, who In an Austin Ilealey I' For MondayAll Bob Miner and Ken Kcrbcrg Team TMOT No No.. '7 3 10 U 10 T
won the Class E Championship In T..m Mo I 11' 10
led Tltuiville's Breedlove Texaco
interested soft ball fans In The ANUC S 12
19ti: will be'Robson's co-driver' Team in Tram Mo i 7* 12'/4/
the Tltusville area are invitedto ) during competition HONDA"World's
Oo-rouri 6 14
!today of ,
crew seven ( attend an organizational meet the Cocoa Scratch League, Mon Team No 10 S 15
which includes five pit men and
lag Monday evening at 7:30: p.ri. day night.
two drivers are spending their i
at the home of Bobby Dunn, 201] Miner, who rolled a 584 series No 1 Cycle"
third in preparing ForHorsemen's
day Daytona Play Day
for this race : Golfvlew Dr. and Karberg, 542 kept their teamin .4 Cycle No Oil MixEd

Dunn, who was commissioner first place, by defeating Central -
:"We still have some work, or ,
,_ .. ..... nf the league last year, said any- Masonry ClubMembers
minor .corrections to make but'other -- -- '------ -'- ---- -- -- T' '

than that, all appears to( PLANS PIT STOPS Dick Robson right mount of pit stops which will have to be lone interested in joining, or sponsoung Walter Others. 523 scoring Frank were Thurlow George,
b$ well and; ready," commented chats with members of his pit crew, Bill made during the 13 hour 1,243 Daytona a league should attend. ; of the North Bre
511 and Mel Pelham, 491.
Robson. "The pit crew will go( Morton, center and Mat .Love, left in Continental race Sunday.-(S-A Photo). Starting date for the league ; vard's Horsemen's Club will meet
will be around the first of :
through same( informal pit stops hopes of cutting down the time and a- at the Horse( Club Arena near
and closing September 1, .1
later today, trying to cut time as Parkway Plays Mime\ Sunday for a monthly play 50Se
:much as pcssibje) ) ," he continued. and being forced to' drop out," world faster: than the Ferrari and all day beginning at 12:30: p.m.

"Ibis will be' Robson's first Robson laid. Mfur es the over all Continental we need to do is have the power Women Golfers Play Among the games planned on

Continental race. "Although< '''Tln.longelit race 1 .have;ever believe. the car to beat in 1,243 mile, which means the clover leaf barrell racing, flag 9
nm Will a 100 mile National cars entered In the race, there the 2000 !tilometer race will be Cobra must not only outrun,.but H.! H Coleman and Mrs. winning last week race and many more. '-
StCA: race In ,1958, despite en-, will onjy+ be eight in my .class, the .Ferrari. cutlast: the Ferrar!." Ted Conforti, won first plate Edgewood of Merritt Island, all Club officials) also announced ModelsFrom I IHAM'S

tcVing a couple of long ones, but "he said. "But these ,eight cars ,Over the past year, it has )proved "We think it will," says MacDonald "poker hand" during the Wednesday three Parkway teams will play plans for a two-day clinic, which
having -mechanical dilfUiulrUe are some of) the finest In.the to be the one of the truest morning golf match between Southwest Junior High of Eau will be held March 2122. Wayne $$299lo f $$795

combination of speed and stamIna The longest scheduled for members of the Women) Golf Gallie here tonight and travel to Radclitte of Orlando, a well-
vehicles on the track Association of Whispering Hills Eau Gallie Saturday evening known horse trainer in Central I
a'v Another car that will definitely America, the Continental, will 4 Country Club. Friday night's home contest Florida will conduct the clinic,
give... the Farrori a bundle of be run over a 3.8 mile track and Names were placed In two with Southwest will be Parkway'sfinal teaching proper riding methodsand
road course that demands alt a flights In the start of the Ladder competition in various horse
trouble, will be a Shelby Cobra, home game of the season. CYCLE CENTERMagnolia
made in Venice California. car has stored under its hood. Tournament and various rules After the Eau Gallie game Sat. show events

According to Cobra driver The actual track will combinethe and regulations were discussed urday evening, Parkway will The past weekend, two( club
Plata, TitusvIIU
Dave MacDonald, "The Cobra is high-banked turns and lone Qualifying rounds for the play Satellite, Edgewood and members, Mike Coffy and Ed
I 1 straight of the speedway proper Kingrnan-Carpenter Tournament Southwest, closing out their 1984 Campbell were In Taft taking 562 King St. Cocoa
with a flat twisted Infield road. will be held Feb. 19 to March 1, season lessons in reining, western pleasure Babcock St., Eau Gallic

1'T't Tennis Team The final six or seven hours of Next weeks match will be a Game time for tonight's tilt Is and western equitation classes "Nod 2 Whoal_See Hambont"
the race will be run in darkness. two blind hole 8 .
game pm ,- n -- ____ _ ___ I

} Slate Revealed .

Coach Frank Tomdalo's tennis
team will play their first two

L games of the season on) foreign
grounds and make their debut on OM BODY
the home court March 4 for( a

county game Satellite.
4/ Tnmdale, said he will have to

,depend on three returning lettermen -
to carry"most of the load
this year. ,0
Following is the track ached 0
Y S ule:

Feb 28>Melbourne, away SHOP
March 4 Satellite. away
March 6, Melbourne, here
March 12, Florida Military
&it rI Academy home

March 13, Eau Gallie, away
I wb March IT, DeLand, home
I r March 20, Satellite, home
+ March 24, Florida Military, \ .
Academy, home ". .
April 7, Deland, away FEATURING:

i April 10, Florida Central, home "' .r, ,t;. -. -
1 April 21, Florida Central, away
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ARMS AND LEGS As if a hand wasn't enough this ball team will play Klsslrnmoe .. '.
Edgewood: defender has a leg in front, his mouth wide High here Monday night and .. ,
Open and another hand ready just,in case while guarding then return a match with the AUTO : '
Parkway's Pete Evans during a game here Friday night. tame team Wednesday evening 4 : .

Evans: made the lay-up and Parkway won, 44-14, {S-A sand close out their cage schedule ,

Photo. ). for this year :


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witlR1lnle 'F', I1ndse LOOK. t tI

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Who's your choice in the Group T State Basketball ClassA I

Tournament Cocoa I

You made a good choice.
The Tigers of Cocoa probably have the best chance of

winning they hatch., although, we shouldn't count our chickens before Aar i

There are two other teams here in Brevard County that
may give them a run for their money.
Titusville for one and Melbourne for another.
The Terriers were tiomped by Cocoa during the Christ-
mas Tournament, but two weeks later the Tigers won by
only a three point margin in other words, they barely fkilt
squeezed past the Terriers.
Melbourne is another team that could give the Tigers
more than a run for their money Although Titusville beat
the Bulldogs early in January, they still show a lot of potential r l

as a team that continues to strengthen as the season sada I / .r ..
progresses. 1r
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Titusville is approximately 50 miles from Daytona t tr t-
Beach and the International Speedway track r
Consequently, the older generation, who occasionallysound t I
the alarm when one of the City's teenagers come tear- .L.. / I
ing around a corner and in their front yard, will not be ........-' /x
bothered with the sounds of machines, scraping of metal "
against metal and the harsh sound of blowouts.Just t '. ( M
GOOD DEFENSE Joe Nobles left and Har-
the same, we see in no way how anyone could be !
bothered with such a sound. Thousands of dollars worth of vin Clark, right apply two man pressure to an Edgewood
Eighth grader during action here Friday night in the Tit
machinery makes nearly as sweet a sound as the exploding
usville High School Gymnasium. The undefeated Eighth
missiles at Cape Kennedy.
After all if we can cope with the wailing sounds of the graders won 4414.SA( Photo). a ar I

Betles, we can take nearly anything.
The duration of man and machine began at Daytona's Several From Here In Tourney : /
International Speedway the first day of February.
This was also the beginning of "Speed Weeks."
Pjrl Crabtreo, resident pro. ard Parker who plan to enter
The actual screaming of tires began Feb. 1 with the I rr
fessinnal at Hills the Anderson will also
Whispering pro-am.
Races followedby
United States Motorcycle Championship
Country Club, and E. H. Van enter I the professional tourney. r
the ARCA 200 Mile Sportsman Race. In this run, Ford,
Dusen, former at Whispering above
pro "I'm I playing way my
a time winner at Daytona proved efficient over the
host of from
Hills and a amateurs head commented Whispering
Plymouths, earlier of speeds in excess of 175
despite runs Titusville have entered the fourth Hills Crabtree. 'But this Is real
miles per hour plus. annual Indian River Open Tourn- good experience and besides that,
This weekend will take the American stock off .
cars ament at New Smyrna Beach It a a lot of fun This tournamentis
the track and replace them with some of the fastest machines Country Club today considered one of the best in I
in the world. Kicked off with a pro-am tourn- this area." he added.
Saturday will be the American Challenge Cup Race, ament earlier today and followed Barnum, who only two weeks
followed Sunday by the Daytona Continental, 2000 Kilo- by the professional( tourna- ago won the National Club PGA .'
meter G. T. Race. ment Saturday and Sunday, the championship by one stroke over
As far as we are concerned, the Continental is the race field will include such champions Sam Snead will be one of the
of the year as Dave Ragan John Barn- toughest professionals along with tof
Even Titusville will be represented. um, J. C. Coosie and Pete Cooper. Ragan.
I Dick Robson, a Cape Kennedy engineer will be drivingone The pro-am tournament will
I of two specially constructed MGA 1961 Sebring cars in Others entering from this area end late tomorrow evening and

his first race of the season, competing in the Continental, will include: Walt Anderson, Al the professional: tournament, I .. ... ,
Expected jet;throw: a different light on sports car rac- Lanoue, Paul Houston and How sometime Sunday afternoon. I
ing, a Ford Falcon Sprint, which rocked Europeans by its J I II
superb showing in the rugged and hazardous Monte Carlo
I Rally will be entered in the race.
Throwing more unbelievable light rays on the race will I
be the driver of one of these Sprints, Glenn Fireball Rob- HHH Yyj ( r ( :
erts, who has been tagged king of the stock car drivers, J I $$5 ..
alternating with Walt Hansgen, for many years one of the
country's greatest handlers of sports cars. j Good Things Are iJ'/If.:! .' .;;
The Falcon, new to track and road racing, will face a :
formidable field of GT machines and drivers. It will take Born In Feb. I t I "L,._ :..
the starting line against 50 of the best GT cars from Amer- ..-.
p pU. .
ica and Europe. For 1243 miles over the demanding 3.81 track
and a road course, it will have as opponents the famed Lincoln I
Ferraris, Porsches, Austin Martins, Cobras, Corvettes, Volvos .
Alfa RomeoS, Lancias vehicles all tested in long runs Washington .
of speed and endurance.
Starting time for Sunday's Continental will be 10 am, tr
and is expected to last at least 13 hours. I ACT IV LOUNGE: & PACKAGE
Known as America's longest and most gruelling race,
the Continental will undoubtedly attract the world's greatest STORE !

sports cars and drivers. I S. No. I 'NORTHTITUSVILLE_ W I
From the standpoint of the sports car driver, this is the
most important of 1964 races. Like the famed Le Mans face,
the Continental counts for points toward the manufacturer'sWorld 1 YEAR OLD !
Championship, offers a coveted victory in addition to 1/Il/ 'b ..
the! in awards. jll
$40,000 posted l! A
For Saturday's 250 mile American Challenge Cup, Porsche 1fIf /foFEB- 15th .
904,40 inch high power-packed, fiberglass job that Ger- l
man firms hopes to recapture the world( road racing championship -
will make its first competitive appearance.The I i I -
race should be run at a howling pace, according to 'IIIIh
Daytona press relations officials, including Ferrarie, Por- .
sches, Maseratis, Cobras, Chapparals, Lotuses and a host ARE 1NVSTED -r :/
of others. YOU t :
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Pig I fitutvlllo (Florida) Star.Advecat* Friday, February 14, 1964 sent Bank of Tttuivill at cam strive to give the best possible
J Rehab Center Now In New Home Former BankPresident paign depository and herself at service to the public as he lias I
campaign treasurer. attempted to do during his first'

North Drcvard: Rehabilitation Commissioner and a new classroom three terms in office
SuesA Nash has named Citizens Bank:
Center will complete the process structure. BARNES
of Titusville as campaign depository
today of moving from the
old location: at the corner of Palm Movie 1 former Melbourne bank (Continued Fiom Page I 1) and himself as campaign!
anti Pine, across from the courthouse : 1ai pr :ident has lued Florida East trict treasurer.

to the new location at At Bayview SchoolThe Cot Enterprises Inc. for $1 The 59-ycar-old clerk has been

Arthur Dunn Airpark. Bayview Elementary million, active in Boy Scout work for PARRISH ;

Starting a couple of weeks ago School will hold a Saturday C R. Frown, former president many years, serving as chair
as areas of the new center became morning movie February 15th. ct First National Bank of Melbourne man .( the Brevard County Scout (Continued From Page 1)

available, Stan Murray, The feature will be the"Ihrce is suing the firm which, Committee and as vice.president: Included service as Vice-Chairj
director of the center will com Stooges" plus|) cartoon ought:; to establish a Jai alaI of the Crntral Florida Council. man of E lucation and Junior

plete the move this afternoon. short It will start ot t 10 am., fron on in the county, because ofa Colleges; Roarls and Hifchwaysi

Inc new quarters are much and be over about 1143: a.m. r I Irl suit filed by FECE against the Agriculture; Oil, and Natural He-,
larger and much nicer than the. Cokes and cakes will be sold b..nk and directors, which he MAXWELLContinued sources; General Legislation!: ;

old ones They Include I completely following the fhowing say resulted in Ma discharge a* ( From Page 1)) and Citrus. During the past twij
remodeled frame
: This is sponsored by the P,T.A. f' ;idcnt and caused him men years Parrish served on mor, .
headquarters whereby hi! visit e cli precinctin
occupied as '
ing formerly with proceeds: to benefit the t,1; 1 suffering, bodily 'harm, fin education! committees than any i
for District 1 County the County between January1st
school anc al losses and expenses, and April| 1st to assist taxpayers other member of the Legislature!: I

Mrs. Harmon Dies The FECS!!: suit was for $10 mil- with filing of Homestead, The past' record of Senatoc; I

EnglishNovelCourse lieu and was filed against the Widows and Disability Exemptions I'arrlh Includes service on tne
After Long Illness h ink !ind its directors for distil Board of County Commissioners
Is SetA buting anti! jal alai literature during .
for four years during: some of
Mrs Barbara Harmon, 03, a lie has made arrangements to
resident: here for the past 13 course! In Contemporary the time prior to the electionin >isit both Patrick Air force Base Crevard County's most turbulent

years died Wednesday afternoon English, ant American Novel l has November. and Cape Kennedy for one day times. He has been active in civIc

after a long illness She was born been announced for the Titusville CARLILE in each place to assist missile affairs having been a president -

in Seymour: Indiana, Aufi!: 3, ana by the Aesthetic Cultural TRAFFIC INTERRUPTED The heavy the other three were Marlin Richcreek, workers with filing of homesteads of the Titusville Rotary

I I/ 1870Survivors Committee of Greater Pride, Inc. flow of traffic between Titusville and 1027 Carpenter Road, Carl F Pittman I ontinu-d From Page 1)) By taking! the Tax Assessor Club, Charter Member of the
Elks find 1 Jay Cces of TI-
, are one son, Millard, pr Irvin Stock head of the for 152R Rosedale and Daniel s office direct to Patrick and <
Cape Kennedy-MILA was interrupted ; Nicky Guy ary nnd First Vice President of hours tusville He was one of the
Indiana two ,
of Indianapolis, English department of Rollins 48 minutes during the late afternoon rush 1724 White Avenue There were no pass- Cape Kennedy many man
Florida State Association of Su founders of the Brevard
Fred Becker of Bell! of work will be saved by the County
brothers, and Adolph Becker of College, Winter Park, will con hours Wednesday when four cars tangledon engers in any of the four vehicles. Rich- pcrvisors of Registration Mrs missile workers United Fund and was Chairman I
view Bedford Ky.Ind duct the 13-week course the east side of the draw. Three cars creek suffered a knee injury and was tak- Carlile has been a resident of of the organization in 1960. lie t tIs

She was a sister of the late The: first of the hour sessions stopped for the bell and lights that come en to the hospital with Daniel, who suffered Brevard County for the past 42 NASH a member of the American

Rev A. G. Becker, Presbyterian will be held Friday, February on when the bridge draw is to be open- cuts and bruises. Bamford was years, is the widow of a pioneer, Legion Post No 1, Masonic
minister for many years 28, 7:45: p m. at Titusville High ed and a fourth vehicle, said by Highway charged with failure to have his vehicle and ex'Service man of this co. (Continued From Page 1)) Lodge, Moose, and former dir 1

Funeral services will be heldat School. Patrolman William Burrell to have been under control Total damage was $1,600, unty president of the Titusville Rotary ector of the Red Cross.

2 p.m. tomorrow at Smith Registration fee for the courseis driven by Hiram D. Bamford, Key Biscayne Answering the call were: one Highway 'If renominated and elected, I Club, Past President of Florida Married\ to the former Mary

Chapel with Rev. Charles Rates $20. Anyone desiring inform. Drive The gates started down, Patrol vehicle, two from the Sheriff's will continue to update the of. Association of County Tax Collectors (Campy) Klingensmith ParrishIs

officiating Pallbearers will be lion concerning the course may were stopped by tender Lacy Ramer, Dept., two from the City of Titusville Po- fice and give the best possible and I a member of the the father of five children.

L B. Newman Lee Day, Larry call 267.2020. when he saw the accident, and were par- lice Dept., two fire trucks (to wash away service to the public as I have National Association of County He Is a member of the First

Keith, Ira Nobles Jr. Warren THS tially raised. Three of the vehicles are leaking gasoline) one ambulance and three attempted to do In the past," she Officials. Presbyterian Church of Titusville

Bumpus and Frank Nobles Careers Night shown above, the fourth was rammed wreckers.. Pile up of traffic eastwardcan said. If rcnomiriatcd and re-elected, where he has served as Elder,

Interment will be In LaGrange "Careers Night" will be held straight ahead on the bridge. Drivers of be se'n in the distance. Mrs Call Ic has named Citl Nash said he would continue to Trustee, an1 Deacon.
Cemetery under direction of -------________ ___ __ _h ___ -------
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Titusville High etudcnts Monday -
Smith Funeral Home. ,.
night, sponsored by the High
School l'oUent-TeacherSludent PHONE AM 7-1511

Mims Negro Woman Association STORE HOURS: 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. ....

Subject Of Attack Representatives of many fields TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
doctors, dentists, lawyers, eng

Florine Sawyer, Mimi Negro ineers, civil service workers, ALL SEASONS

woman, was attacked and beat. secretaries, nurses, salesmen,.
etc. will be present to meet
unknown Negro man
en by an
Tuesday night at approximately with students interested in the in e -

7:45.: She wan walking from afriend's various occupations and fields of 1 FABRIC HATS
house to her own when

the attack octun.il. IM Tllr; C'IKfTIT C'UI) Mf Or Tilt;
While walking down the coun !'I''1'1' JIDHItl, IIHIIlr ; ..r." Jo; Or HoullM. MMI
ty dump -Iced, the' was Jumpedand .\: roll IlKr: .IKI ( til Ml.
attacked and beaten by a IS C'II'C'YH\'. Take Sun-Break I
Morirutt.b K itr,t'HKIKK. a 5+. i
man described only as "tall and NU. lean" > ; .
thin and wearing a long over !!: COMI'ANY, a tloiliU. Corporation k
coat. Tho victim was taken to Jlalnllff. in Red White and -J' \ 5
Jess ParrUh Memorial Hospitaland VI. ,
: JAMES I KrKk.K :. FIlI'I' !: and HILDA
treated (foe bruises and las !!: :. bit wife sod MAllO I
ceratum but released UKOWN, Blue CoordinatesSmart
Di>r>mlantOTIC .
According to Sherifrs Agent > r: or yo ""('HIM' HK SILK
Uef[ Larson evidence at the NCITlCt!!, !I. hereby Riven thai
CUKTIB H llAHNbM Clerk of the)
scene Indicated that a terrific Circuit Court of Hrivarri County. girls prefer nautical-look sportswear In carefree -

struggle! &: occur,red .)nd the vie Florida February. will, lass on at line 11 iath:iw day clock of sailcloth Red, white, and blue are the colors i

lima hat and shoe were found a.m.. at the.rant llrevarrt door Cuunty of the LI In untvCourthoun0 I he this year. Choose the nautical blouse with short I L
(here Also found was blood be. City of Tltuivllle n rid*. offer for
sleeves, 2.99 matched with slim pants, 2.99 or mix II
lle\td: to be that' of the victim. ale and Mil at publlo outcry In .
the bllheat and beet bidder. r rcaul them with the short sleeve stripe blouse 299 and
During the<< icuffl? the Sawyer ) the fallowing dcaurlbeil properly -
altuated In lIre.a.d County, solid color pedal pushers: 2.99. y 6198
woman tried toi\beat off/ her as )ilorlda to.wit, ,
sailjnt. with a flashlight A passing Ilriln. at a point 175 net Siuth .
of the Northweil Corner fit )
( vehicle scared off the unknown NEW of fcK'; .. of Section inTownnhlp ,.... ,j
Enter spring in one of our colorful classics
m *Mouth Ka"K* US
attarktfJBUpiiLarscrus Fait: Thence run Huuta 8 A feet perfect for right now and all through
<\4 run Nurlh U4 feet, Till i ,nu, run summer. Medium brims, casuals, clochesin
cnt motlvt-1q!, m'l! attack although Wait. 210 feut to point of be- I .
shantung cotton. black
invcaUjatloltys) continuedby alnnlnila Dravird County, weave White ,
'" lorlda. beige, turquoise, yellow orange, and romance
Larsen. 't' to the Final I Decree of
I I'oreclouure' : entered In a case ponil- j From a collection priced from -

They'// 'Collect la tog SURETY In sold I Court MUKTCIAOb the atyla, INVt of whirls II'r. LJ- H I I 2.98 to 7.98.

a MENT COMPANY a tlorlila Corporation .. I I''
In conjunction wth( the cerebral Plaintiff VI JAMF8: N:.
"'Kbr!!: : and HILDA rHk.1hi.. wife I MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
palsy telethon Over WDBO and MAUQIb BROWN, Uefenilnnt I
TV Channel ( thU weekend, and number the docket 3K1HUWITNtMS number of which la (i i: i

members fit, ,4JIIe i Qrtler cf Da my hand and,I the offlclal 4 4e
seal of sold Court, the la day
Molay of TIHuwl9} } are collecting of February. 11164.
funds locally fop th* campaign (COURT NEAL' )
CLRTI) K. IIA It NFS. Clerkof '
They will be culteqDnjZ through! the Circuit Co irt of I
this weekend ,nf"*ill take the Ilrevard County Mi 11 money to orf.nrllJ'.r;, the end of V. Deputy H' Hunniler Clerk t S1 I I
ItKNRY O Wll.SON Sri I Iri
the event Tbey wlll) show their Attorney for plaintiff ( t% i
proper Identification while col Suite 21 Wntern Colon I1l ., \ Tampa 1 1orld. i i it
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North Brcrard B sld.nti
The Vole of 25 000 County
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< Area Students
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Parkway Student Family Discover That - : '
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A long, tedious week of wait time the eggs hatched, time for ,, \ F K.'nnllly Spire Center
{ inj:, watching and listening end the baby chicks to peck their "Upl' Ki urn.dvi ,
ed Sunday afternoon for Betty way out of the shtlls they had J i i r M nit I* Is being' t'onrh..h-d.. (n
Edmunds, a student at Parkway been growing In for more than .X' par r .e ..IIm11I, 11 u It h Nation' InSinn '
Jr Hifih, who kept an almost 21 days, '". 1 1i : ,i W.I. k I February 16.J",} ,
instant vigil over seven eggs fhi<< Ihm' fni' the 1411) annual
But there was no 'peeping"noise
during that tIme. ohsprvnnce! of National Engineer>>
No baby chicks Betty's
i Week "is "I'r.'atl\e( h.niln"lag
15'tty and her family passed experirent had failed, r DC,thn: for Tomorrow 'TKIn '
! the week with cars strained tot Rut not completely'' Betty ( II'a' I hoiinticmp *'iw
i hear the slightest sound of a who is presently in the first 1 1w particularly fur high. whnol Uu
"pip" ur any noise from a phases of a nursing career feels 12 EXPLAIN HEART AND BUM TuWS "nt functions Also a film strip was dents, that cui ti'mponirv en
hum..made incubator in a corner she learned i great deal from /2 Members of the Titusville 11\11\ ; School >howl> to the group and a question and KiiiTrlnK knowledge\ and skill
ot the dining room in their homeat her experiment. -1 science Club talked to students:\ at flayrtlswcr period followed The members will shnpe the framework ulI'umv
100 Hilltop Dr For It was Betty first began her second r stew School recently and explained to arc from left: Steve Albert, John English of the scientific and trrh'
f them how the heart works and it's dlrrl"'rUarb..lra Ziegler! and Brenda Mason, nolo lciil achievement of the
f fuliiri The week Is planned Pi
u tilbuto ty, practicing: engineer!
e. r'd / them and a Mirmilim to attract quail
On the 18th day Betty opened tied young people to the engine
tL MX egg to no avail At the end i rang: profusion.
ot the! required! 21 days, none of 5>'i tch; Bell Telephone l.ntxira
i9P the eggs hatched but there was a dories nrrwnpllshnunti, jis the
JII, still a possibility so the Ednund two Tel tar Communication:
? walled im <,cxtia< week When atdllt.s, electronic
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Petty opened the last t of the eggs: : touch Tone tolling. high: "I'pdlnt,1 II

I.t. I. THE LAST ONES Betty and father, James Edmunds, Sunday the found only two had transmission, anti-missiljviitirrj
teen fertile but had dud mime
undersea telephone
1 examine the last seven eggs without results. (
/' Photo), tune after the 18th day obit1, direct distance tilling, and
I Bettys family worked close at the improvement and expansion
; with her on the experiment and or telephone communication) at a
.. # semester Biology class experrment through the 18th day Betty opened
t... on January 12 after ob, an egg, sketched and desctlb wire! as disappointed as she was whole have been largely the re
cud'1 1 the development of the or when none of the eggs hatchery. rdt, of the work of f engineers
.. taming 42 eggs from a hatcherynear ganum and had it photographed But they are not discouraged At the end of 1983 3128 en-
+ t i Sanford She and her lit r father James Edmunds, had pie. this time, only three eggs she eggs: and try again, without Telephone. Laboratories1' various
viou ly constructed an incubator opened had not been fertile all opining any ahead of time 1 nations, These Included 234JEliitiual :
The large plywood box, about tin others were developing per. Mrs Edmunds was surpilaed 4 Engineers: 540 Mich-
two foot square, was equip, fet fly. there was "no odor" from the annul Engineers: and 239 with
pri with a thermostat Inside, eggs during the experiment and k neuron In other engineering
two 60 watt electric light bulbs During the first two -wicks Urttv, father said with a teasing tI fields, Of these eight: engineers
and thermometer on the Inside we could watch the heart pump. smile, "J I just don't see how she are located at the Cape Kennedy
lid and a bowl of water The ing blood through the veins fur could have picked out all tht Luborutot! lei,
WANT TO TAKE IT OFF' Dean Martin and Eliza-
temperature of the box was keptat about 15 minutes," remarkedthe Rood failS and left the bad one Dining his visit, Mr Lauticr'
103 degrees F with the water till last," beth Montgomery try to restrain Carol Burnett from wilt ticldicsi an assembly of sri!
15 old student
providing the proper humidIty.The year But an we miiil, Betty learned<<1 1a doing a strip tease in a scene from the new Technicolor\ retell students; in addition) uri
EXPERIMENT BEGINS with Betty Edmunds puttingthe eggs were placed in the box "After that they only lived about lot from her expeilnmnt One comedy, "Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed?", opening Interesting movie film will be
last of 42 eggs in a homemade incubator (Carlson on: padded packing paper two minutes, they die just thing( for certain, she learned shown and peitinent display
Sunday, Feb pith at the Florida\ Theatre.
Photo). Beginning on the first day on about as soon as the cold air hits to dislike eating eggs, materiel will be presented.
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Tltusvllle ((;Florida) Stir Advocate Friday, February 14, M44 -

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ail Church News Of The Week #,

For Titusville and North Brevard CountyDeadline 4r

For These Page 5 P.U. Wednesday

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LutheranDivine Mims First MethodistMorning THS Science (

worship services will MethodistServices worship will be heldat _. rC

be conducted Sunday, February 8:30: and 11:00 at First Methodist -
for Mims Methodist
16 at 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Church are announced as follows Church on Sunday with Rev. [nslruclors To

by the Rev. Arnold F. Claus, Ed Norman preaching on "The
pastor for the congregation! at Fifth Gospel" The 1100: a,m.
Good Shepherd Church. The Sunday: Sunday School 10 service ",,11be\ broadcast over Attend SeminarTwo
a.m., Robert M. Porter, general
Sacrament of Holy Communion radio station WRMF. ?t0
superintendent, with classes for
'will be celebrated during the Biological Science instructors
all morning worship 11 Church School, under the
second service; also during the from Titusville High School
a.m.. "Blessed Are The Seekers" leadership of John Raley, will \
'second! service will be Adult Confirmation will attend the Biological Science
from series on the Beautitudes; begin promptly at 9:4a: a.m. with ..
when several adults Curriculum Study Seminar at \
MYF 0:30 p.m., the film Deep classes for all ages A nurseryIs .. ti0
School Or,,
become members of the Lutheran Edgevtater High \
Church. er Root" story of) a MYF in provided for children of pre lando, Saturday. I
action, will be shown; evening school Ilge.lunlor Jo
Sunday School classes Junior Mrs. Alza Matz and Frank B.
worship 7:30: p.m., "Trip to the
and Senior Bible classes meetat Church will be held at Malt en will attend the Seminar.
Holy Land" by Frances Gaetano
9:1:13 a.m. 11:00: a.m. In Hennessey Hall The meeting is attended by
will feature a beautiful Christ-
At 2:39 o'clock Sunday after man journey through the land under the direction of Mrs Gibson Central Florida Biology teachers

hoon, the first meeting of the hallowed by the life of our Lord. assisted by Mrs. E. D. supervisors, principals and department ? ( '
Cocoa Bach: Circuit Sunday Monday: Commission) of Education Scandrett Miss Marie Young Is heads sZ:

School Association will be held wil meet at 7:30: p,m. pianist and story time will be Program for this meeting will )
at Christ Lutheran Church in The Progressiveclass loud by Mrs. Robert Linger and cover Philosophy and Estimate '
Cocoa Beach. he Rev. August will meet with Mrs. L. L. Bill Sandusky. of ihe B.S.C,S. by Dr. Walter 'I
Btrnthal of Winter Haven, \uffenberg of 1Almost 1///
Cantrell at 7:30: p.m. Membership class will\ be held ; Experiences area ;
president of the Florida Georgia I bashers using BSC, material
Wednesday: The second studyof in the Pastor's study at 9:45: a.m. ?
.District, Lutheran ChurchMis- under various conditions; and
: "Southeast Asia" will be given Sunday I IJ
sour! Synod, will address the Textbook adaption presented by
by Mrs Arthur Miller at 10 Youth heldat
recreation will be
:Sunday School teachers and offleers Dr. Robert Binger State Science J ( every great teacher of morals or of religion has said just what Jesus of Na,-
present. Roy Leasure, a.m. in the educational building; 4:00: p.m. Sunday followed Supervisor of Dept of) Education .rein, proclaimed In every land and in every age it it the bane, rule of good living: you
Lillian R. Britton circle will by orchestra practice. At 9:30p cannot improve on it Therefore do not try to change it. but live it It will work in the
.Sunday School Superintendent meet wth Mrs John Taylor at ,m. the MYF snack will Titusville High has been using eipetxnce of every man and of all men: ,it will make for happmesa' for each man and for
:'at Good Shepherd is the secretary supper the B.S.C.S. material for the each society of men: it works in the home. in the school, in the business, and in the nation
2:30: p,m.; Bible study at 7 p.m.; be held with meeting followingat world
protein of this newly organized past two years and, according tb and Ie I/
senior choir practice 7:49 p,m. 6:1a.: Youth choir will be
association. science Instructors, the program What do you really wish that men would do to you? Let. you alone and allow you
The Walther League members Thursday: Bible study groupat held at 7:00: p.m. has been very rewarding. to |o your own wey7 Try it. and you will, have lonely world There could be no hornet. no .;iim0-d urr
John Cowart home at 7:30
neihborhoods' no nation
will\ meet at the Church at 6:3G.:
Evening worship will begin at
with Carol Guthrie, newly elected p.m.4:00; Youth. membership classat 7:30: p.m. Sunday. Cuyler School P. T. A. Do you wish other men to work for you and for your success white you forget their
president, in charge. : p m Youth _llar.' What sort of a world would that make. if all the rest did the tame? Strife and war.
', At 7:00 p,m. on Monday, the Group Attends with bitterness and suffering and sorrow fur all. If you toil only for your own good and
Monday morning at 9:30: o Junior High Fellowship will receive every other man works only for himself we shall have a poor sort of a world If we helpno
clock ladies of the church will Christian And instruction In baby sitting The Cuylor School P.T.A. regular one and no one helps us, we shall be poor together; we shall turn the whole universe, t'OU i IN THE CHURC
meet to make mission calls in AllianceThe monthly meeting was at. into one vast poorhouse H
Missionary The Commission will
on Finance
new residential areas of Titus meet at 7:JO p m. on Monday tended hy a large group of parr Do you wish felt to be friendly, and knd, and generous in their, dealings. with c... I nENCA CH YOU
vi lie. Sunday School of the eats who enjoyed a Tupperware Then join with the in making all life friendly, and kind and generous.me.. and _?y"apw'+ .. o''
Christian and Missionary Alliance Tuesday, at 7:30: p.m., the party. The members chose to neighborhoods and nations will find happiness, and prosperity together ....'..'." ,.,," .'n .....'.4""_ I .... "'''
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The Gills' Mission ..
choir ,.. .4 .
will hold rehearsal in the have several within I. .' .''nmA, ew+
parties tho .ffot
firls in the third through the : Church of Indian River the Do you wish, others to be honest and truthful and trustworthy Match them with _... a"" .1 I. M. ...... .. ....
sixth grades! will meet in the City will begin at, 9:45: a,m. with Education Sanctuary;will meet Commission Tuesday on at community. an a fund raising effort the tame high virtues' and all of life becomes trustful and free and dependableDo I/o.s::: .:: ......." I,......A.:"".,/...e,".

fellowship hall at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday John Allen in charge. Thereare 730: pm. The beautification committee's j you with others to be courteous and appreciative, of you? Then form the habit ,1e'... ."' ...;; ': :;:::.. ,.,::;5LN:: :
The Elizabeth Circle of the classes for all age groups, including of speaking with grace and with, good words for their efforts and their, deeds. You will bring ...,". 'w"M'...'ds."M.d.. .,
Women's nursery for all church The Commission on Member progress report was received. the (low\ of happy inner satisfaction( for them and they will give your life a tenae of worth; ae 4.4ncm.,0..eA ... ..01...M4aolr w..
}Lutheran Missionary ?
The committee has set aside Sat each thus becomes important the other .. ; MrA 'a"_
League Mill' meet at the church services ship and Evangelism will meetat urday, February 29, as 'Planting. MI a L.1, s"ins" e I 'a'...h. sauna
"What of the Little 1 1:00: p.m. on Wednesday, Girl Do you wish others to be ready to lend a hand when you have a hard task to do?
it 8:00: rn,, Tuesday evening. Lump .
p Day at Cuyler" Beginning at 8:30:
Then form the habit of helpfulness and we build for mutual prosperity and for a cooperative"
Wednesday evening at 7:30: o' will be the fermcn topic by the Scouts will meet in HennesseyHall an-n the committee, assisted by ocitrty' ,,

clock) the second Lenten Service pastor during the 11:00: a.m. wore from 4:00: to 5:00 p.m. Wed the student council and glee club
They who keep "the Golden Rule" will discover that it if the "rule of Qod"; God
dill be conducted by Pastor ship hour. The church choir nesday and Boy Scouts meet at members expect to plant shrub ,.,
help those who help each other: He is the Father of love and of roving "helpfulness; it ia o ww"w, ++" n.. '
:lau.. Immediately following will have a special number, in Blanlon Park on Wednesday at bery, trees and flowers. the divine way. The "Q ''d.n Ru'',," a arifffoUen/ / row n.n wan m

the service, the choir will re-. JCDg.i. ? 6:30 p,m. Clifford Morley, chairman of)
This Church Feature is and
ncarie. .' ... ,._. *i.... The Christian>> Cadets and the ,, Mid\ .week prayer service will the committee, is asking the men sponsored supported by:

The Ruth Circle of the Senior AYF will meet at 6:30: be held at 7:30: p m. Wednesdayand of the community to come out

Jj.W.M.L. will meet at the home P.:"rt' With MM Coleman and study group meeting will beheld with planting tools and give

of, Mrs. David McCarville, 21 Mrs. Forward leading the Cad- at 7:30( p.m. on Wednesday. whatever help Is needed All par I Atlantic Plumbing Co. First Federal Savings & Loan Association

Dahlia. at 8:00 p,m. Thursday. its James Taylor leading the Thursday, at 7:30: p.m., the ents and patrons who have plants Downtown Titusville
wish 329 St. Johns St. Titusville
they to donate ,
Saturday morning at 9:00: o' Senior; group. board of trustees will meet In the may bring ,
them or contact Morley Mrs.C. .
clock the Junior ConfirmationClass "At Any Cost"will be the ser church office. Smith or Mrs. E. Ryoland.

will be taught by Pastor men topic during the evening A fifth grade membership class The group is looking forward to Luke Cain
Claus at the church church strvice Special hymns! will be held at 10:00: a.m. on Sat a very successful "Planting Threlkeld's Standard Service
State Farm
and teMlTionles will be featured. urday in Hennessey Hall The Day". Downtown Titusville AM 7-9927
Central BaptistServices Prayer meeting Wednesday at Sixth and seventh grade memo 214 Palm Titusville!
bershlp class will be held at
7:30: .
: for Central Baptist J.m.The 1100: ( am The Titusville Star.

announced Church, Indian ai follows IUv<'r City,Rev.arc tho Laymen's Men's group Crusade known for Missionary us. The Couples Class will have jon Advocate, i ist In circulation Indian River Machine Shop Baird's Mobile Homes

by oyster roast on Saturday February I I Indian River City Florida Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa. Florida
D. V McAllister pastor: Action, will have their 22. No Brevard.

Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45: meeting Thursday at 7:30: p.m.

ajn; morning) worship, 11:00: ar.d Royal! Smyth, suptrinten.

a.m.; training union, 6:30: p,m.; dent of the research departmentof Christian Mims Citrus Growers Association Boyd's Gulf Service
Missionary ChurchSun
evening worship, 1:30.: tho Martin company of OrLando Mims Florida Downtown Titusville
Monday: 10 a,m., Quarterly will be thin guest speaker Road Off Hwy. 50 Indian Hirer City

WMU meeting at !Harbor City. All men of the area are Invited WELCOMES YOU TO OUR SERVICES!

School Tuesday workers: 1:30: meeting p.m", at Sunday First .to served attend Refreshments will be "The Whole Bible U the basis of all teachtnls"FIRST Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr. James Pritchard & Son

Baptist, Cocoa; Fay Taylor Cir -- -- Mima Florida Frank & Mary Schuster & Associates
cle meets with Mrs Jim Moore, 2300 South Washington Titusville
310 Abbot, WYA meets. St. Teresa'sServices CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE

Wednesday: 6:30: p.m.}'beginners 1027 Park Ave. Titusvllle

and Primary junior and intermediate at St. Teresa's Catholic Sunday School, 9:45: A.M. Worship Hour J 11 1 A.M. Brevard Lumber Company W E
Church are announced as Kennedy
GA's and RA's meet
follows\ : Youth Fellowship 6 P.M. Evangelistic: Hour
at-church; officers and teachers Badcock Furniture Titusville
7 P.M. Wed midweek service 7 P.M.
meeting 7:30, prayer meeting. Sunday Masses: 7:30: 9:00: and
Thursday: All.day virttation( 11:30: a.m.Daily THOMAS REAM. MINISTER Ray Nelson Insurance AgencyBig

Wgmen 9:30: a.m. ; Men, 7:00: Mass (!Monday\ through Scriptural Christ Centered Everyone Welcome Apple Plaza Bryan-Conway & Winstead, Inc.

pm Friday), 8:00: a.m. Infants & Toddlers Nursery Downtown TitusvilleBelkLindsey

Services Family Vocation Mass on Sat.
At Good
urday, 9:00: a.m. Burger King

Shepherd Lutheran. Our Mother of Perpetual Help TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCHAn North U. S. 1, Titusville
Special mid.week worship servo Novena and benediction of the

ices will\ be held each Wednesday most blessed Sacrament, Tuesday ( American Lutheran. Church) Titusville

j evening at 1:30: at Good Shepherd 7:30: p.m. Duff Electric Titusville
Lutheran Church In Titusville, Stations of the Cross and benediction 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE
during the Lenten sea on. Rev. of the most blessed Sacrament INDIAN RIVER CITY Mr. and Mrs II. Guy Duff

Arnold F. Claus will! conduct Friday, 7:30 p.m. Colonial T. V. and AppliancesMorley's
these services, the firsrof which Confessions on Saturdays 4 to SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . 9.03: a.m.

was on) Ash Wednesday, Feb. 12. 5 and 7 to 8 p.m. CHURCH SERVICES 10:15: ajn. ,

For the message, Pastor Claus Inquiry classes for non.Catholics Western Auto C. W.

hat selected the general theme, Tuesdays, 8:00: p,m., at St. We Extend A Cordial Welcome To Youl) Mr. and Mrs. Chas J. Morley Danenburg

"Words of) Jesus from the Cross". Teresa's Parochial school CLAUDE E. TCJAN Pastor Washington & Broad: Titusville Danenburjr Realty
The Order of Vespers will be Religious Instruction classes 1514 S. Washington Titusville

followed, with the choir, under for public school children: .

the direction of Charles O'Neal, Grades 1 through 8, Sunday,

participating: each week 11 a.m.; Grades 9 through 12,10'1 Welcome To The Canaveral Rambler Master CleanersPhone

Visitors are most welcome. to 8 pm AM 7-1348 S Hopkins at Titusville City LimitsFransen's


Drive In Restaurant Mutual Insurance Service !Inc.

"In The Heart Of The Community"Main Church of Mims i and Employees Titusville, South. Washington :Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Jones. "I

&: Hopkins Tltuivllle FloridaW. Downtown TitusvilleRinker

S. HardIn. PastorSERVICES Only S Minutes from Downtown TltusvllU North" J
Materials Corp. Fulmer's Drug Store
On. U. S.1 to Mime Turn Loft at Blinker Light.
West Orange, Ph. AM 7-5900 Gene! Sego

Sunday Worship . . 8:30 & 11:00: A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL . . .. . IU: A. M
9:45 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP . .. .. 11:00: A. M
Sunday School . . . . : The
Training Union . . . . 6:15: A.M. YOUTH CHOIR REHEARSAL . 5:30: P. M. Town Motel Employees of

Sunday Evening Worship . . 7:30:: P.M. TRAINING UNION"' . . .. . 6:15: P. M Downtown Titwville Suburban Propane Gas Service

Mid-Week ServIce Wednesday . . 730;: P.M. EVENING WORSHIP . . 7:30: P. M.
Oldest Baptist Church In Ar.a Established la Air Conditioned for your Comfort Rev. Joseph E. BoatwrlgM Edwards Realty Moonland I Mobile I Homes Sales I

J 1189 Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention "The End of Your Search For A Friendly Church""Wonderful Baldwin Joe and Shopping Mary Edwards Center U S.1 North of) Overpass Titimille"ag.28 I

Mother of Three Millions We
A r-Conditlcned -
Word. of Life" 7:43 A.M. Mon-FrU WRMF

Cordially. Invite You to Attend Our Services.
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Friday, February 14, 19&4 Tlfuivlllt (Florida) Star. Advocate Pag. !-B
__ _____ ___ ____ __ Pine Grove Baptist Orlando: MeetingA Retarded Children's AssociationTo
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Services for Pine Grove Dap- ttoup of Teenagers!! and

tut Church at Scottsmoor are a. "Christum Cadets" from tht-

follows: Christian and Missionary Alliance Launch Membership Drive
Church News Of The WeekFor
ir Sunday Sunday School 10 Church motored to Orlando

:a I m., wl11 l Ernest Woodell as Saturday night to attend the :Mrs J. M Piedel.! 1411 Indian community attitudes are essential

superintendent; worship services Youth for Christ meeting at the Ri\er Drive, Cocoa has been for the test t possible adjustment
Titusville and North Brevard
CountyDeadline ) follow' at 11 a.m. with Pastor Roe Howard Jr. High auditorium.The named chairman of the membership of' retarded individuals: to

Johnson bringing the message; drive to be corvKictril In this community life

For These Paces 5 P.M. Wednesday! evening!: services begin at 7 p.m. new Billy\ Graham film, area by the Brevard, County Association
The Association will direct! its
"Lucia" originating)! in Buenos
Mid-Ki ek prayer service will for Retarded Children
be at 7 30 Wednesday night with Aires wa nho\vn. Itvn, .1 ,during the month of March. efforts ti the cnlistm-rt of new
beautiful and members. from the r>nfe\ sions
inspiring film
prayer and from business and 1 in
St. Gabriel's ChurchThe First Baptist Indian River City Calvary Baptist Pine Grove Baptist Mission II I Those attending from tic local expand Its memherkhip because from the rommrmty at ''ar I'LPN'S "

First MethodistMorning a meir.lM-r:" of the American Baptist CAMA: church were: Hubert and mental retardation la today r.cogniied .
Services will be held Sunday
schedule for St. Gabriel'sEpin'opal Revival Services will be held 1
A- o'latlon. Juan Mary\ Ellen and Karen : a* a national and community -
al the Calvary Baptist Churchas : Will Hear
February 16-23 at First Baptist
Church, announcedby
as worship for the In follows Smith Greg and Jessis Carl: problem, Association
Church Southern :
Father Ferguson, is as follows: messages( by dian River City Methodist Kobert members should represent the
Preston Wayne Coleman
Baptist Evangelist Bill Shaw. S indiy; School will begin at First Christian Hypnotist
Sunday, Morning Prayer will Church will he held Sunday Mrs. Roy Foiwarn mid Rebecca whole community. Provision of
Song services will be directed by 10:00: a ir. under the direction of
hi said at 7:15: a.m.; Holy Communion Jack Price of Shreveport La. 11:00: a.m., in the new church Maivin\ Fisher Sunday School Pastor Eddie Fine announcesihe Mrs J. D. Smith and Pot and adequate aervices In education, Joe B MrCawley. hypnotistwill
will be celebrated at 7:30: building on the Orlando Highway following!! services for First Ronnie. Linda Warner Wanda. recreation and'orat lnal rehabilitation
First Baptist Church offers Uupt., with classes for all age*. be the guest speaker ai' thelont.lY.
a.m. ; Sunday School for the across from Indian River Christian Church of Titusvillo: Jack and Linda Bryant imd Andy is the concern of all
three services ,
worship every :\ fh 17 meeting of
The morning worshipservice: residents of of
not only) parent
fourth grade and will meet at Heights The pastor Rev. Robert Uucerll.
up Sunday. The early service begins begins at 11:00: a.m. with Pastor Sunday: Sunday, School, 10 a.m. retarded children Division 26. Licensed Practical
9:00: The adult will Waddell will preach usingas
a.m. class
at 8 30 o'clock and the regular
Hill McClure bringing the mes morning worship 11 a.m. sermon Nurses Association. The lecture
also meet at this time under the his topic, "With God There Is
morning service at 11:00: o'clock. "We feel it is our responsibility
sage. The Young People's Group topic U "The :Man Who Alive And Safe In 1 scheduled( for 8:15: through
direction of Jack Horton Fam No Neutrality. .
; :Messages at both services by to keep the community informed
will meet at 6:30: pm. and prayer Preached to the Poor"; 6:45: 8:30:: p.m. at the d ring! room 01Jini
ily Eucharist will be celebratedat Evangelist Bill Shaw. Sunday night services will be of the great: strides being
service will be held at 7:15: Christian Endeavor; 7:30,: Bible I In The Congo Parruth Memorial Hospital)
10:00: a.m.; The Sunday Sunday School begins at 9:45: gin at! 7:3i: p.",. The children's study hour, with topic "The made In this field In legislation, Mr. McCaviley l i' an ''thical

School third grade and below, a.m. with graded nurseries, choir will !sing special music, and p.rp. Growing Christian Goes to Chur Mr Dewey J. Harris of 150 in research in treatment and, in hypnotist, distinguished for his
will meet :at 10:00: a.m. under the daises and departments for all there! will be an emphasis on Pastor McClure will be teaching ch." Donna improved t community programs .
Prlve. Titusville has recently work in hypnotism. He works
direction of James Munnis, Jr. ages. Cradle Roll for infants and congr( lItI0n.l1 singing. The from the nook of Revelationat ," asserted Mrs. U\I\>dt'!.
the serviceat Wednesday: '-TM:: Prayer meeting received a letter from her exclusively with and through
Extension Department for invalids pastor will rath the first in a Wednesday! night : She mad it clear that thereis
Wednesday, Feb. 19, at 7:15: pi services. daughter and MD's and will discuss modern
7:30. sen-inlaw. Rev.
shut-lns and people who series of messages on "The Life : no better way of keeping up
n.m. Morning Prayer followedby must work on Sunday. and Theology Of John Wesley." The Weekly Bible Study will Thursday 7:00:() p. m. TV (Thursday :and Mrs. Wesley Eisemnnn with the new development than I Hindi! in hypnotism.

Holy Communion; 6:00: p.m. Training Unions for all age This series of sermons will emphasize be held tt Brother McClures' Visitation) night. Baptist missionaries! to the Congo hy becoming: on active member This isn open meeting tad

Covered dish supper followed bya groups meets at 6:15: pm. the thinking upon which home at 220:! Stuart Ave., Indian to the effect that they are of the association.' She added all non-mernbers LPM's are

movie. Evening worship at 7:30: o'clock Methodism was founded. The River City, Tuesday at 10.00, Orsino Baptist alive and safe. that Rood healthy, constructive welcome to attend.

Thursday, Keb. 20, at 9:30a : with message by EvangelistShaw. sermon topic for this Sunday a.m. and Visitation will be Tues The letter informed: .... liar --- --
m Holy Communion.The Service for Orsino Baptist
night will be "Rescued From The day at 10:00: a.m. rls that the missionaries wore In I
choir will rehearse Church aie announced as followsby
on Weekday services each evening Jaws Of Death." The i U Pec Leopoldville Skillet
nursery Calvary Baptist a -Millennium et their headquarters
Friday, Fob. 21, at 7:45: p.m. at 7:30: o'clock.l; Morning devotions Pastor J. L.. Gaines:
will be provided for both the Independent Church there and although main
This is Ember and assignment for visitation .
on Day.
Sunday School meets at 9:45:
morning and the night services. and Pastor McClure extends a missionaries had been captured
Evening will be read it 10:00: a.m. Covered-Dish
Prayer at a.m. The pastor will preach
The Methodist Youth Fellow or killed during the .
cOl'diallnvltation to the public to Congaleseupiising !
5.00 p m. on Monday Wednes- luncheon at noon in the Social during\! the 11 a.m. worship hour
ship Sub District will meet Sun
attend all services. Services are they wore safe mid
cay Friday and at 7:00: p.m. on Hall daily his subject will be "It's) Up To ,
at Tint Methodist Church, would
day being held temporarily at th* return to the vtalcn in
Tuesdav and Thursday. TitusviMc.! ('. Women's Club (louse, 110 Hop Us" The evening worship hour July for a year's furlough: They

Nazarene All the Commissions of the kins Avenue. fit 7'30, with sermon subject will be at (their home in Fuller
"Di'btor and Creditor." The
Churches of Christ Church will meet Sunday, 4:30: ton. California.
The First Church of the
:Training: unions meet at 6:30: p.m.
ScientistThe Nazarcna, 1027 Park Avenue, p.m., at the church.: The official 1st Missionary The Fiiotiumiu are mii'icmur) SWISSSTEAK
the servicesof board( of the church will .
anviurces following los representing the Amel'll'an1I311tl'4t
importance of) spiritual ) the week. meet at 5:30: p.m. BaptistThe Church Of God Church

unity in marriage will be broughtout The Cleveland Circle the
School hour begins of
The Sunday
at Christian Science church First Missionary Baptist t The Tilusville Church of God,
services this Sunday at 9:43: : under the leadershipof Woman's Society of Christian Church of Indian River City announces located (temporarily ) at 308 Indian River City

Hubert! Dlankenship. There Service will meet Tuesday, 10:00: the following! services: \Vashinjton Avc. downtown Titus

The! Bible Lesson on "Soul"! will be classes for all aies. a.m. in the home of Mrs. Mary Sunday: 9:43: a.m., Sunday sills, extend a warm welcometo Christian Church With Mashed Potatoes

will include the story of Isaac The worship hour begins at Boggs, 343 West Coquina. The School with classes for all ages: those/ who attend, the rexlvil Buttered Roll, Lettuce

and Rebekah (Genesis 24)), and 11:00: with Rev. Thomas E. Allison Circle will also mes., at Nursery provided; 11 a.m., morning which is now in progress. The Services) for meChrlllian

also this passage from the Chris Ream bringing the message 10:00: a.m. in the home of Mr. message by Elder Howard Exangtlist: U licv. F. R. Danielof Church, held at the Civic Center and Tomatoes85c

tian Science textbcok: "Unselfish "Dial Direct." The Infant: and and Mrs. Eric L. McLendon, 725 Thornton; 6:30: p.m., Baptist Apopka. Services are nightly: are announced at follows

ambition, noble life-moth es, and Toddlers nurseries are open) for Forest Road. The nursery will be training course with classes for ct seven-thirty
Sunday: Bible School. 9:00
purity,-these constituents of till regular services. available at the church for small all ages; 8:00: p.m., evening message Sunday school Is at 10 a.m. nodworship a.m. :
thought mingling, constitute In. ; morning worship. 0:43: :
The Junior and Teen Fellow. children. at eleven.( Evangelistic
by Elder Thornton. :
dividually and collectively true a.m. ; evening worship, 7.00() p.m
ships will meet at 600. Also at of the church service Is set for 7:00: p.m. The
happiness, strength, and per. Working women Wednesday: 7:30: p.m.; midweek Prayer mooting at 7'30: p.m. onWednesday
the same time the Christian Service will meet Tuesday, 8.00 public Is ins Itd.
manence" (Science and Health p.m. praver service, study course at I.andon Devillier'strailer
with Key to the Scriptures by training( classes will meet. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. 8:30: p.m., adult choir rehears. home.

Mary Baker Eddy, p.58)) The Evangelistic service at Kenneth! Boone, 855 Delano to al under the direction of Doyle See The The meeting of the Christian

First Church of Christ, Scientist 7:00: with Rev. Thomas Ream form a Wesleyan Service Guild. Rlsnor. Star AdvocateFor
Workers has i been postponed( until
Titusville, holds Sunday services bringing the message" "Hope for A discussion group for adults Thursday: 10 a.m., women'svisitation March 2, due to illness among

a 11 a.m. and Wednesday Condemnation. will be held Wednesday, 7:30: ; 7:15: p.m., men's visitation Your members

testimony meetings at 8 p.m. at The regular mid-week prayer p.m. at the church. The mean ; 7:00: p.m.. beginners choir Printing Needs! PlrtU Plan Tltu.UI.Jo. .

109 Baldwin/ Shopping( Center. service will be held Wednesdayat Ing of church membership will be rehearsal under the direction of I. Remember_ pay your Paper Boy _
Sunday School for children up to 7:00: ( with choir rehearsal following the theme for (the discussion.The Oxcndine ---
Peggy ; 7:30: p.m., Jun.
the age of 20 convenes at 11 a.m. this service choir will rehearse Wednesday choir rehearsal
tor under the direction I
in the Chamber of Commerce 7:30: p.m. at the church. of Marie Morris. Jo. "fc"d

building. All are welcome. The W.S C.S. will have a rummage - '
Trinity LutheranSunday :
sale at the Chamber of II -

First PresbyterianThe morning worship servIce Commerce Building Friday The u. W :; .j

at Trinity Lutheran Church adult and children's choir will I YOU ARE INVITED

Sacrament of the Lord's begins as 10:15.: The church is have u bake sale this Saturday '
I t
Supper will be observed at both located on) Magnolia Ave. in Ind at Indian River Plaza beginning 4'y

the 8:30: and 11 o'clock services, ian River City. A nursery is pro. at 10:00: ( a.m., to raise funds for "

Sunday ut First Presbyterian vided for small children curing the music program of the church: 41 Yl.c. TO ATTENDSERVICES

Ch'irch. Rrv. Bates will preachon the services.

The Significance of the Com Sunday School, with classesfor I II
Church Of ChristThe
munlon." There is a church. all ages, is held at 9:00.: The II I

hour nursery for children to age class for adults is taught by Pastor : Church of Christ meets at i I

six at 11 a.m. only. Tejan. The Youth Confirm. the corner of St. Johns and Hopkins I
ation Class will meet at 3:00: Sun j
Sunday School, with classesfor Avenue. The schedule of

all, convenes at 9:45: : ; and the day afternoon. services is as follows:
The Luther will have AT THE
Junior-Hi and Senior-Hi youth League a
groups at 7 p.m. special meeting with the parentsof Sunday: Bible Study. 9:50a.m. : ,
all youth of Junior and 1 Senior I
Worship service 10:50:
The Men's Council will hold its
High School age Sunday afternoon a.m.; evening service 6:00: v t
regular dinner meeting at 7 p.m. midI I r .i< l
) from 4:00: to 6:00.:
week service Is Wednesday
next Thursday, in the Assembly on
The choir will rehearse Tues FIRSTffia
art 7:00
Room. Ed Stevenson will speak : p.m.
day evening at 7:00.:
study classes are provided
tin Cuba past and present. The Lenten Service, on Thurs. for 10 PIECE SOFA BED 'I
all age both Sun.
groups .
day evening, will begin at 7:15: Group Vau! _J 169.15 .
s e e s e.. .e l a a a e e e e;;;; clay morning and Wednesdaynight.
with a children's sermonette anda
,I. I .. "Singspiration". The theme of '
, : : the Lenten Services Is "The Bible study classes arc provided I

Cross Central In Our Lives", for all! age groups both Sun
: ,
, I day morning end Wednesday!
A This week the special theme will
: ttend : be "The Cross Central In Our night

A series of sermons pertainingto

I j the New Testament church as

I''i Services I Jehovah's WitnessesThe revealed in the Scriptures: was,,

begun several weeks ago. The !10 PC. BEDROOM I
''i This program to be hiM at the series continues The subject of Group Value 149.95 CH'WICHBILL

Kingdom Hall, 1422 Norwood the sermon Sunday morning will

: Avc., is announced by L. D. be "A Consideration Of The U .

: Week Shawler, local presiding minister, Word 'Church' ".

as follows:

Sunday at 3 p.m. a public SHAWEVANGELIST OF TITUSVILLE
at your own Bible lecture will be given by a Lighthouse TabernacleThe I

representative of the Watchtower Lighthouse Tabernacle, :a
i Society, W. Arndt whose subJect Full
placeof Gospel non-denominational MUSIC DIRECTOR JACK PRICE
will be "Who Is Responsible church located at Mims on NorthU. 21 PC. DINETTE .

for World Woes?" Followingthe S. 1, announces the following )II Groun Valua 54.95

worship lecture: at 4:15: p.m.. tho
weekly Bible study is held en services: SUNDAY FEB. 16 SUNDAY FEB. 23

the subject: "Love and Boldness Sunday School is held at 10:00: I ,

Lead to Life." a.m. MATHER

Every Tuesday at 8 p.m., an-

ether> BIle rtudy is conducted l 11 Worship a.m. and services 7:39: p.m.are held at I OF NEW SMYRNA SERVICES SUNDAY 8:30: AM.1100: AM.730: P.M.

en "Let Your Name Be Sanctified. 524 Canal) St
Prayer meeting is held
." every Phone GA 8-4131
i Wednesday night/ at 7:30. I
Thursday at 7:30: ,.m., the j f : ---- --- ---- -- SERVICES EACH EVENING 7:30: P.M.
Theocratic Ministry School is I

lipid followed at 8:30: p.m. by "

the weekly service meeting. ADVERTISE YOUR SERVICES OR SERVICES :::1',...
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YOU *... Sterling Mills
On this church p..g.. Y/ll 'b. pleased, with th. rttafw' you
Turn Cast At TIb,'. Frvlt Stand gt from reaching the p.O| U .f North Brtvtrd" County through "

Sunday school .9:43 a.m. Mtoitag' W.r W_ ..... 11 ..... the columns' of the Star-Adv.cat. church p..... A paid' odvor A Warm We/come/ Awaits

Training Union .. .. 4:3I: p.m.viei. Worship' > .... 7iM pens tl..m.nt the sire of this ._IIe.m.nt will cott yv only $4.00por
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to Terms;: Wt of bid price. tn tie
,.". 4-B TltutvllU ( Florid) Star Advoe t. Friday, February 14, 1M4 urc the risks and the cost. I da Four years ago I was kicked Sounds more like a rusty knife paid. when dredge la dulk.t.i/.. I !
I I think isselectivity" to Mouth Lake ta lance. of '
hope the doctor will persuade out of my job and I landed on the me. What you seem to leaa any damage Inuurn.i i ,;,

S AR ADVOCATE'S your husband to change his mind.. sidewalk right on my pension.I've is really nothing transit, to be paid when ill.: ",'{'
I ;
MISTER BREGER Phoucy to such \to returned to Indian.. Klin I .,,
Your son I Is obviously self-con- never been so happy in my but snobbishness. ratmoway. Tltuivllla.

(y i ,.,r t+a'.w ItoA W N ?elw e-n./ aciovs and unhappy about his life I wish the week could be thinking: my dear any Hoard and rewrvea all bid., the rich, i0retcl

Crossword Puzzle ears and this could have a permanently extended to eight; days of 36 hours 111,1. tn be marked. "Ul.l fi, ? .

damaging! effect era hh each. There isn't, time to do all Ann Landers will be glad: to Inir Dredge. .Wll'KIIAI'h: .
it itY JOB II 1 <' "
r personally the thing I have to do and wantto help you with jour problems.Send IMiAHD OK CCl) 'NT*' II.

do. them to her in care of this M1SSIONEKS. BKKVAHU: /
Dear Ann Larr'triTl.e: : letter And. as for Mrs. NOT-SO- newspaper enclosing a stamped Feb T. 14 U'rl.) 14.orn .
envelope -----
Arnos bl. serf 1:1.: (from NOT GOLDEN-YEAKS scU-aJdrosied -- --
: Pair GOLDEN-YEAItS, if she has "
\ K: uv i> rK;'TlII' K.HM.ItlKK .
1.Conlferoua CM) 18. Metal n r ph. prompted me to write this let I tUTlriOiMMI
trees b2.: Sharpen, 19. Super. .. spent[ 20 years of her life with
r 1 ter. She was the woman who In compliance with lluux. i 1:111Nu. : |
a.lIoadlnn< as a I'Rzor seder .mining more to do than pitcn the \orit K: HIH im" 1175 I'hapur Number ;" i
complained that h"r hus')an::) is Sealed bhla will' be received by
8. Actor no\\'Y 21. Ship'A' pasteboards over a bridge: table, Commlaaloner./ Laws of Florida. Acts of IM!. rte
Hoard of County
--Ladd 1.,Agrlcul form lEtf ROn now retired has nothing to ib butget the underilgned will regliitcr wll hi.i
i., : ,. f the should have her head examined up until .4i: !)'clock A. M. I'lrik of the group Court: ,in I ,,I' .
10. J'ewlsh turret dock t' that she :lit>. 11KU. In the CnminlaalnncraKoom
1I in her way. and was Florida, ,.
her yard County upon i i
!, too Maybe >she and In Tltuu'viii. ;
In the Court Hou.
month 2. Chinese :&. GlrhU. of .
dropped from her bridge club) because of, proof publliiitli.n .r ,,"
Cost river IlOme husband can now get together, reevaluate <*. Florida fur Hecrcallun: Department notice the following tl..III", ,,- nm,:,,,
12. Subsided 3. M her husband stood behind Mining I the I".wll : JAY PKB; JUWKLKIt: 'I'S
Saratoga 20 Dls.H. 4 ( their lives, and strive Dredge Ina spud polea and '
Girl'. event play the players and kibitzed. "A" frame) from the Indian Klver der '"hl. h we are engaged in r i ijpui'lrv
for meaningful. Orlando ,
something ) nt Tin Road IM ,
i '
nickname 4. Lurk /11./ Fuel YOII.da,', A...... r at the TlttiKVllle taunt-May and 'IItll.r ,
Let me say this: If (lie old UNCLE DOC plate' II In ,Mouth Lake at toe Went City Florida and thni: .1,.
18. Consume 5.l1orn :10. Sleeveleaa .undernlgned. are the only ,
31.! River duck FsESICExr end of Garden Road and' to returnIt p i-
11. OstrIch_ German garments: 311. Divan ;1sx geezer has reached retirementage Dear Doe : Bravo! Cheers! to the Indian. River at the Tltun- lore reated In .lIht bualnese.
'"' Dated al Tltuavllle Florl.la. 1111',,
lake bird 9u a".1 !
river Arab U. Devastllllon and hasn't found> himself a Take a lesson, oldsters) vllle Cauaeway between Mouth 11 day of Jan. A.D. 1'181.Iemea I.
18. Property: Inundates 31. Read 43. Group of dayi after taking same to R. VoylesFern
L. LAtin ot a hobby he should have his head Lake.: I M I. ituyle.Ion .
carefully three rivponHlble, for anydamage
Hid.lor tn be
20. One's garment' 2.Twlllerj! 48. Before I examined. Confidential/ to Silver Spoon: | Incurred l while ", vlng. :.1. r..h. ,. 14. 21. (IFrl.) ia'I I:"',|

relatives 11.nl'publlc: fabric 48. Electrified
.i 22. Actress S<1. Am. :34. Culroe I
.. 23. Extinct I i j ; b WI'S WHO NOT ,

21.! Approached y tow 1,14 r0 MEN
I Ip
2?. Kind of dog
.:; 29. A tropical '''I z /s j ; IUI Ooh

fruit I "Sir, about that $100,000 survey comparing our) v

30. Become: I" I e to Hvisible products with other brands-I wonder if they'd!

I it for $5,000 more ." Mix. rZ
suppress (
33. P aause II 8 //9 lD 11: i I I i ?
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Babyl 1.7 2tj 43 the case. I am writing about a anything about the operation) ? U1 ODDODD y' ODDDOQ

37. Dry, aa ) loin which has bells batted
wine pro What would your advice be? Y

39. Observe 30 31 32 Si S4 Lack and forth In our family fur NEEDING!: : AN ANSWER ,, :fi

40. dl1ra.c. three )'ealll.
!( sf .J8 7
tree Dear Needing See doc
Our son Is now 10 years: old : your 2So
42. Kettle C
4<) 41 41. tor. lie will explain !the procec.
44: Sun 4s H He Is a fine looKins little chap

43. Break of..iy 411 c 41 416 but his ears stick out at right I ... TO ME BASE A WHOLE FRIEND EVER PONE FOR ME HE LOST RESPECT

day art:cs. lie ha* been teased! about X BIG DEAL SHIP ON'? MAYBS HAS HE EER BROUGHT ) s FOR ME BECAUSE

47. An 49' ., co49. his ears ever since he started MARRIAGE T MS ANY BLB3LE GUM 7 ) X WAS TOO FREE

Mix hanl'et bchool. The ether night I the little 1 ANY Jc'WELS Tr WITH //w WAVES ?

0 : Shoot of 51 51.I fellow asked| me, pathetically/ if

plant I thought/ it would/ help II he slept
wilh his cars taped back with

adhesive. / 4 9 f

I have heard that this' problem ,, 1 Js Il
D e
ran:: be fixed with surjjcry; My 000000J ,, =

: Ann LandersSing husband Is against it lie says it

Is nonsense and not worth the

money or the risk. Do you know FOUL WEATHER FRIENDIn

Along With DorisDear time of crisis, when 2 Iq

you really need hilp In a

NEWS STANDCorner hurry, ..'11 bt chat at
your side. As JEtnt Cn- WONDER IF THAT //YES, ITS THE
ualty agents, wt always >
Julia A U. S. 1 S. MR.
Ann Landers: There !Is Your Own Backyard" but the provide P.S. Person! BAR BELLS V ALL RIGHT]
this girl who work in oar: office can't remember that special de Its our hallmark! T

and her desk I Id direct1! behind livery sUmps went up to 30 SOFT DrllNKS of professional insurance DELIVERY /i iI ;

cents a year ago.I PAPERS. CIGARS MAN AT
mine. I will\ call her Doris because J

bhe thinks she Is Doris am fed up to here listening to NEW STOCK D/ ( 10.IreaJa \

Day that canary. Telling her to pipe RECORDS KEEL TTYOUOR C i

down docs not help. I have tried.
She sings from 9 till S and my INSURANCEAGENCY >e
What can suggest? -
only relief from her is during you COIN X
lunch hour. I understand she INC. ,

tings during;& lunch hour, too, so Dear Driven: I suggest you COUNTERPennies .

1 go across the sheet and eat in learn a few lyrics yourself and 201 Magnolia\ Avenue / _

the drugstore.The ling along with Doris. I I. R. C,.- 267.7121 Zm 2.14

funny thing about Doris li, r To Cold

she ran remember all the lyricsto Dear Ann Landers: Complete Sets & OUDLEYOPENTHE RIGHTAWAVMR.ABFRNATH DARNTHATPROFILE-HECANNEVER
ATM arse
every long .since "B.)(k In don't think I am a crazy Coin Supplies mD AM SVnV CASUALTY COMFMflTcricvr a CURTAINS,WILL YOU? /. 11 RESIST A CURTAIN CALL.' f
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STEWART GRANGER Ch < Porter Wagoner 10:00: Ch. 2 P.M.. High Fashion A:-n Ch. 2 Mamenta In. Sports
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I Friday, February 14, 19(4 Tlsvivl.! (PltrUa) Stsr-AdveeaH Page J-B

Science Group Visits Health Center

FSU Collegians f aR A test, t .md furious pace was Thl_ Inc larullaw; :& ..1 the ;lodi .

sr-t bthe .idininiMration of the nt) with the ;?:' ni, i ro il 1 i i 11.11"1. '

Slate Concerts J till'" Miller; Ihdlth Center of rfVdilil'li- pat tint" ,II I
I the 1'nivi.iiitx of Florida for a '.,il l s, ucllnb.Ob.uved .
tA' ,
Flondj Stun L'niM-r i t's (Col! group; of T.tusville: High School
was eq).upmi'ut in
logiarH. ni<'r.'s gin, crib' ,, will students, and instructor Ray
the physic therapy mm. 1" ,iml
leave; Tallahassee TUI..d.l Fib 'onil, Craig on a trip to Gainesville ..
TON n patholo! :!..' and radio),,otlpt', labnr '
C ruary 2.\: for its annual Sp.nu; !: last week, sponsored by the jtorie<. Outing the t.ur open

tour with concerts scheduled along buomc Club heart and intestinal sn, iiy: I <>ndoits
By "Charley" Alton aint gonna hurt anything, that's the east cant of Flonda bolnx used t for< research

Most cl the timo when I Igo for sure from ChCODcach: to Miami K'->. The ttuilenti: Wes Pittmaii purport's, was also !obst'>r\tr|

fishin', I go alone That way I There are all l kinds of arguments & ruary 26.:28Dr : 11"111111> : ; James Mathmon. senior; ;
don't have to watch out for anybody about the effects of noise! Di. A. II. Nevi. II'IC f Ii, uiolo
Step Alliort, junior; Greg liar-
Ramon MIMT.
else's gear: I don't have to on fish Some fe'llirj argue that ; kist t, dl.1 u ned with the sliidmts
can't Bass, for said the 4J-mitnbcr choral; roup: 1'-. sophomore; and Edward,
about you fen scare
worry ilappm' somebodywith tcilir.nui'-i of rUctrm-iui I pholo
a fishin' lure. And wheneverI instance with an outboard motor. will present!! six conceits 3 Kcllii sophomore and Craig uruph\ Ur :Nn is also .nraiuedtor

I get: ready t to( move, I just haul And they could be right. Only I Wednesday, Fob lib .,it H 00 1 1I participated! I in a I town tour of the the itleMils to vet the
aint take their pm the group will 111\ j < 'mieit
off and move Most! times it s never gunna
hospi al and medical school on (statue '1'.1\i tin under! thi, 'upervix'i
better that way If I cant find word for it. I\e' seen too many at Cocoa Ilyli,: Sihixil, .1 dilorium. n nt th.
Saiurduy 'morning plnMes depart
fish the first place, I stop it's a fish Just soil of drift away, whenI sponsored\ bv: Brl'd -- - -
simple matter ti(> load my little I was tryin' real hard to catch Junior College and C
boat and start lookin' for a better 'em. It', a fact that the fish get School

place to fish.That' curious about a lot of different I i ( DANCE BAND
Thursday Feb. 27 .,it in .
why I like my little aluminum things but too much noise ain'tClna
at Satellite Beach Hu' sand '' ...t ..
of 'em1There's ;: < **"
boat so much. It's light .
in the evening will i i m FOR LEGIONNAIRES
enough ao that I can take: it just another thing& that ""I. ,
about anywhere I want to go nukes< a lot of noise too; only I d p.in. concert at Milbuiu, tliun MEMBERS AND GUESTS

even if I hI'tl\ ) pick it up andcarry never cot: around in doin' anything School under the spinsor' >lup ol NEW TROPHY CASES: Ti.'.,1' Titus- and Key Club by sponsoring;: > fish frv !

it Dut it is so doggoned about it, jet That's the anchor the Melbourne Higli: School Band ville High School cheerleado. md Assist Tomdale, far left is lining up a trophy

short that it really aint! any Time and time again: I've Opening with "0 bone Jt-nu ant Principal Frank Tomdait n placing with Gwen lIar hman. top i'IMhtj) while JAT.9:30P.M.I:3QA.M.LEGION: : t .

&good: 1 at all for more than one hauled that think over the side by Pklcblrmj: the first part of trophies in the school's new >phv cases Sandy Stowers, (second from right) assists

fisherman at a time. and bumped the side of the boatdoin' the program will incluie "Ave which were completed severs: weeks ago. Pat Sturchlo, (second from left). (S-A POST NO.1

Co, the other day when I got a it. And just about every Maria" by Arcaelelt, 'Sulvution Funds to finance the consti! \u'lion of the Pholo)

chance to pick up another boat time I'd promise myself that belongcth t to( our God" by Ttne- cases were raised by the Lettei men's Club
of the same type only a bit longer when I jot home I was &gonna;: do nokov and the coronation scene

I grabbed it. And then I &:otto somethin' about It. I use a little from "Boris Godounov" by ---
work on it to fix it for the wayI mushroom type anchor and it Moussnrcsky: Pianists will be Presbyterian Group.Jo Tides Sam JanoverINSURANCE

like to fish. The first thing I works real good. Only trouble is, Harold Gray of .Atlanta Ga., and Tommy Hagan of La 1 did was to set the oar locks there just ain't any way to set it of Mjultiie Paul Kelley of Milliard and Rich" r E
Bill Ridillespurger! Feb. IS
where I wanted them. It's mighty down in the bottom of the boat ard Kadel of St. Petersburg f Youth Group of) the First Saturday '

easy to get them in the wrong without makin' a racket even Ga. The program will close with rrcsbjtorian Church will have a 9;:35 a in. ::1 I 41 a.m t s, ANY TIME

place and you can make that when I do set it over the side Following two Brahms' number three Broadway show tunes es-f "Car Wash"!' Saturday at GuyBoyd' 10:U p..m. 407 pill 'd a ANYONE

business cf rowin' an awful job. without touchin' anything I just and a election by Thomas pc'ilally arranged by Olhc DaUJcllc. Sunday, Fob 16 ANY PLACE
Or if you get them little rascalsin gotta make a rubber mat to lay Ucvcndge, the singers will premier wife of director Meyer.{ Gulf Service Station .w. 0 ANYTHING

just the right place you'd be that anchor on, that's all there Is the Collegians' composition The sons: are "Ebb Tide", '"What across( from lUyview Elementary 10.35 a.m. 4 .'(6 I 1In

amazed at how easy you can to it! contest t winner, "Behold Kind of Fool Am I" and "The Sthixil beginning at 9 a.m. 11:01 p.m. 450 pin = 210 So. Washington<; Av..

make it to row your boat And speakin' of anchors, If you Thou Art Fair My\ Love." by Sound of Music." '> Money raised will go into the Monday, Feb 17 TltuivIlU

In this case I set my oar locks Just haul off and throw one over Omar Allen of Tallahassee. Lat.i Youth Croup fund, a dub spokesman Phone 2 .7919
Two Brevard counti.ins, : | 11:181111\: 5 10 11m "I'm Nenr As !1'oiir Phone"INDIANAPOLIS
just 15 inches from the middle the side and make a big splash Written for three.part men's saidLEGAL t" /
scat But I wanted to carry this doin' it, you'd just about as well voices'' and piano the text of the ry Van Morgan of Titimill 11:SI p.m 5.13 |p in ------

boat on top of my camper at set and take it easy for a half an award winning composition iJ and Norman F Lewis Jr. of

least part of the time, so I had to hour or so. There ain't much use from the Song of Solomon Eau Gallic are members of thrCollegians \ PADS Big Supply 35C I .
mount the sockets so that they tryin' to catch any fish for awhile each it Star-Advocate Office

wouldn't tear a hole in the camper Even the fish that don'tmove The program will feature a .. .

roof Then I discovered that away ain't gonna bite for group of light songs three of w

the doggoned locks rubbed on the quite a spell and that's a fact. which are comedy numbers. AVOID INT ERUPTIONSWhen

"gunnel", and that wouldn't do Accordin to all the rules and These include "Abbondanza"from
talking to customer don't run
you are a
either. So I got to thmkin' a bit regulations, the fish ought to be "The Most Happy Fella"
for a ringing phone. Let Is answer your phone, and
more about that anrl it occurredto bitin' like mad, right about now and 'Coffee Break" from 'How :
hold calls until fi You'll make sales
you are e. more
that I washer of
me put a ain't I little
only they taw one to Succeed:; in Business Without '
both the and 0the
on spot phone.
either leather lead on the oarlocks
or Bass this weekend and he Really Trying" both by Frank
it just might make them a wasn't much more than big enough Looser and "Lecuona Suite" by
lot quieter. And there's one place for bait'' I did hear that Ernesto Lecuona. @I'4

where a lot of good: fishermenslip folks( were catchin' Whiting, out pl It e yn /

, up. They get everything else in the surf and that's just about Comedy njmbors were arranged -
all lined up, but they forget how loll the catchin' I've heard of, by Richard Powell of Tltuiville Area Coca & Beach Beech

much unnecessary noise they can except Shad out in the St, Tampa, assistant director of the 367-5530 4347031gRUETQNEl
make with a pair of oir locks Johns Collegians. The singers will be ---
that dont fit the oarlock sockets -
------ --- -- ---- --- ---

Anyway. I filed those locks I

till they fit the sockets just right
Then I cut a couple of washers SIZZLER
out of sheet lead, mid' just for 4

good measure I
out of real heavy leather, and I

put both sols of washers on the t t
9 ;
locks. Either one of 'em might Iqi

have done the job, but I figeredI tMwlrohr MI 1attl 5 s. .
could take off one or the other 4 IlttsllA wRI119 ..
if they made any noise at all.
It might be plumb unnecessary Raceway Parks .Tnt Track, U.S.A."-Report f2

but whenever I'm fishin' I figger ASSOCIATE STORE

I need all the breaks I can get.
And a good quiet fair cf oarlock PLYMOUTH BEATS FORD AND CHEVROLETIN

.Sealed'url blili( iMIH will: "b* mix rniHvp.l by 9 OUT OF 10 TESTS OF SHOWROOM CARS-

the Hoard of County fominlm-lonori
up until 9:41\: otlock' A. M. 'rl>ru- Imperial
cry Mob, 1J61.! ) In th. C'ommliiilonrrt '
Room. In the Court house In Tit- 23" Console Custom
unvlllo, Florida t..r.- Wins Acceleration Handling Braking
niexel powered. not |lee than With INSTA-VU ,
143 H P.. 10 C. Y. citmi.lly. irltloaillng Stereo --
shift t.anxnilnilon. nrnp.r, having will power 4 for- 2tri7i e Switch on-show's --x199 Gas Economy-"things you buy a car for."

ward and 2 reuetee gears an,1 on! No waiting!
mounted I on tour 2U x 23 HI Pit $$ also costs leastt-and carries
"b..l..oa whiR have tires. and 20,000 volts-for Plymouth
equlped. al fellows: clear, sharp image!
Hydraulic o".f.lon ."al t they
type air clenuer. Twin FM sound 3-channel stereo! the only 5-year/50,000-milc warranty.1tlnid
MMiplTnrnury lube nil flllcriHupplimcntary
furl oil fllUnHomlllKhlt speakers! Recreate the music 41x341odaS

Horn. Mahogany finish! of favorite records!

M,>urmel With Working Trad.
Muffler I
Rain CupKluitrlc changer! Mahogany
: Unhung yitcm Req. or walnut veneer
hear Light 2oC1O0 Walnut Vn.,. JOCI4U 119,95 1 5 JIOQM CITY PASSING CO-STOP-PARK :
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Term.Weight. not 21 equal Ire l limn monthly:!!I'NIO Initialnipnti. I lb. !- M.pi. v...... 2DClm. Rag.; J21888' .. OFFICIAL RESULTS CHEYROLEI PlYMOUTH..176It.. ...... .......ft. CHEVROLU.PlYMOUTH..2t7.l5ml"......2:31.71:: ml". -

beginning JO and acccpiuiupTho : I
rej"it any and all bliln I IIII" h L wringer with PLYMOUrH.32.72s.c. PLYMOUTH ...... .. .. .285 ft. Pl YMOU rH..............151 ft.CHEVROLEr .
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Brevard County Florida rH Giant 10-1S. White PLYMOUTH ,......II75a.e. '
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Feb 1. 11 (Prlt IM / y ..... CHEVROLEt.12.10s.c.:
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., Furnittrt Auto R'Irotor 399 Ot oval ij r .
Beats s..lad a..neH..dl.mpv M MMiuftrluiwi' Suuntttf 11.1.11 Frkti. for >doe lie,,,.. Ptynwutk"' Fury, Chtvraltt. ,Impala. and Ford eo'nl.'
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@' comparably equipped V8s directly from dealer showrooms, hired the drivers
Wizard Jet f Custom :
Super Vacuum Cleanor J supplied the officials, made the rule and supervised the entire competition..

with Accessories Instd the Handy lift-Out Tray! 0 SemlAutomaticWasher

.NIK MOW FLVMOUTNI, assist Me lass THIN MMITY HOTICTI YOU.. CDryiKr' Corporation warrants
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cleaning job! Triple filter
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450.00 300.00 I 26.23 17.79 MORLEY' WESTERN AUTO I






Fig* *-B ._. Tlrusvlll (FlarMi) Star Ad"lut. Friday, February 14, "1d4

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

OFFICES FOR RENT GLAMOR GIRLS Help Wanted Mobile Homes Plumbing Supply Real Estate

I I -
Plumbing I Il ttrlt l Supplies
OFFICE SPACE for rent also
WANTED, RETIRED sober coupleto
I INFORMATION i suitable for repair shop Inquire lsI t live in and manage small TRAILERS FOR SAL I I
Like-Nu Furniture. 609 Main St. &F2&"J New Smyrna Plumbing HILLS 1-4 bedroom
DEADLINE a p.m. Day Before I 2673325. -'JJtI' : Apartment hotel. References. 30 FT. aluminum Spartanette. Inspection I home( large family room) dining
Publication For Wed. ?rt. Respond Box 1836, Titusville. and make offer to J. T. Supplies, Inc. rt'lom.2 baths All electric home,
11 A.M. Bat. For Men. Publication Lally, Campsall'i Trailer Park, sodded
GE air conditioning:
HOUSES FOR RENT UI FEMALE HELP WANTED 923: Orlando Road. CompletePlumbing
I lawns! J. M Chewning Construe
WANT AD RATES .; and Electrical 8upjliraWaler
tion Company, 647 Highland Ter.
a cent word 4 8yittn Sprinkler Hyittmi
Minimum Chart per SOo ONE BEDROOM house, adults, no r day" wanted for active real Mobile Home Owners Pump., Pipe., Valvci. Tit U n(' race, 2676789.4BEDROOMS ,

-- pets, J. C. Rogers, 510 Hopkins I4 estate offke. Interesting work,, LIVE RENT Copper Tubing Pintle rtpei 2 baths, Florida
ALL, CLASSIFIED ADA' Ave. Phone 267-3589 \ I good salary and opportunity for Light Fixture. WIres, Etc room central heat, air-condition

Except PAYABLE Eatabllahcd IN ADVANCE Account 3 BEDROOM 1 bath. 222 GolfvlewDr. 4 advancement. essential.Good shorthand 1232 Canal-New Smyrna Beach ing lovely landscaping. $3,000
or 2675946. l typing George FREE equity. Payments $123 month.
Phone 428.2705Sun..NlteslIolidays
Inc. Realtor 342 Washington
-- -- i' Barley Forest Hill. Phone 2675331.
;.11fI.4 Dliplar Rat. Available Ave.WAITRESS .
IRC. LARGE 3 bedroom. 2 bath, 4289923 --
Star-Advocau on KcqueitTb rrurvM the central heat and air, $140 month. WANTED. Old Folks Invest $20 down payment and 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath. $GOO down
ly. Mrs. Connell 267-7021 and $8-150: monthly. Call 2673222.
rivilegs of rtvlaloc
or rajoctlnc
pay only $20 monthly and
any ..4".U..III.a'Wblcb It deem 267-1388. Truck Stop. Mtms. you After :5 I, 267-3905.:
objflctlonablv and to cbang th* will buy and possess your own Real Estate
clauiricatlon of any advcrtli mnt TITUSVILLE, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, MALI HILP WANTED extra large full acre trailer lot. BEDROOM home, fenced backyard
from that ordered to conform to steel table top stove, built In Become your own landlord. $500: down $75 month,
the Tb.policy Star-Advocata of thli paper.will\ not b. oven, screened room. 2873888.IRC 1/ AZ PACER STATION, north Titusville,, Don't tear up rent receipts each NEAR LAKE Barney Route 46, taxes and insurance Included.
reaponilbla for more than on. Incorrect -- see George Simpson. month. More than 150 happy lots 100 X 300 $1000) up. 5 acres Phone 267.5830( after 5 p.m.
Inaertloa nor will U b* 2 bedroom, like new, no small\ families now reside in our Beau rich soil cleared $3004. Horses,
liable for any error In advertlm- children or pets. 2676149. 6-8 : ELECTROLUX tiful Trailer Community. Only a trailers OK. Geneva 349-4781
menu to .a greater extant than pro. I, Sales and Service, offers excellent few lots left. Visit us and see ----- --- Continued on Next Page
(th be. colt Item of 10b.the apace occupied.bF __ earning opportunty. Call Bob for yourself the finest Mobile ACREAGE OR finished lots city
-- West, Your Local Electrolux Home Park in all Florida. water and sewerage. Baker
ROOMS FOR RENT Representalve at 267.5157 for In- 2C7-:5530. I
Office 85 Mai.* fftreet formation. CHRISTMAS PARK

Office Dial Houri AM 1:00 7-0181: : to 1:80: ROOM FOR 2 men. 602 Tropic St. 24 EXPERIENCED NEWSPAPERman Route 50 Christmas, Florida HOUSES FOR SALE I This StandsFor
BACHELOR TO share completely .,eFn...bMiot in., 1504.W.IJ4,0. to handle public relationsfor Phone Orlando( 275-1727 15: i RETURN modem duplex and
AnimalsPONY. furnished house with another fast growing community in Direction 12 miles west of furnished single. Terms Pier- Quality!

bachelor.610748.:/ read someplace that she never flnishad too( Cape Kennedy-Orlando-Daytona point, 15 S. Williams.
eighth grade! Beach area. Photography help
U.S. No.1&
Pinto mare, gentle, $100. ROOM! with private entrance and ful. Opportunity) for young man : Titusville 3 BEDROOM fence and well pay.
on Highway 50.
: 267-2272. bath. Suitable for fientleman to grow with progressive, longestablished ments $81 monthly. WO Edge::

AKC REGISTERED Linens and maid service, $18 Florida concern. wood Rd., IRC Whispering
tiny Chihuahua
puppies, t'emngese puppies. week. 2676895.FURNISHED : For Sale Help Wanted I Send complete resume and salary TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT Lakes..
requirements to Box P. Star
Frida Huskey. 2 miles north
of ROOM and bath,
Oak liIl FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES, Advocate. All replies confiden TRAILER SPACES G\RDENDALE, 1 bedroom, 2
_on! highway I (sign). linen .service use of phone. Pre .
fer white male. $30 week. Phone floor samples, greatly reducedto FEMALE HELP WANTED I tial. Large lots. Reasonable rent.I I bath central heat and air $850
POODLE CLIPPING and make for merchandise down $11375 monthly 2676477
bathing, AM 1.0631.ROOMSKITCHEN. room new NATIONAL MANUFACTURER Good transportation to
$6. Beautiful 9'V' white toy for new lines. Buy of a lifetime CapeFRIENDLY
LADY EXPERIENCED in selling needs 2 part time men for sales SHORESU.S. 1 BEDROOM 2 bath home, $2000
miniature, stud, fee $75.: Mrs.\ privileges. 2111 Garden, 2675733 or
Wells, Geneva 349.4781Buildinq Call after 267-2283 267.1920. dresses and sportswear. Give details department. Hours :59pm. Company No. 1, City Limits, Edgewater. below appraised value 2677828
-- 5pm. I in letter. Box M, Star Advocate makes appointments.\ I
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SINGLE BEDROOM private entrance iI'r.. upright GE freezer, Salary and commission For appointment Trailer Parts and Service This Is the official Seal of:

& Const.NIDY refrigerator<
ping center. 2676633. pair of shoes for $5, size 11. 267JS991. --- Nu.Way Trailer Service Home Builders. Only members .
CONSTRUCTION. resident. -ml '
isis, commercial and remodeling SLEEPING ROOMS and eMcien. ---- HELP WANTED Mobile Homes "Your 1 Stop Supply House" of the National Association
12 years in Titusville Licensed I cies for rent. 801 Orange St. 267. GOOD AUTOMATIC!\ washing ma. We have it or will get it and local associat-
and bonded. Phone AM 7-2328. 3400. chine for tale $::1:1.: Call 2676267. II
._ ions allowed to displaythis
TRAILERS FOR RENT For Any Make Model are
---------- or
Woman, age 30 to 45, for office
T NEWLY FURNISHED air eon.ditlonln LARGE SELECTION of) used! refrigerators seal:
Child._ Care ,. TV, Maid service. $25 priced $43: .$100()( "Use work In local retail store. Little BEDROOM I house trailer, Phone 1201< N. Dixie, New Smyrna Beach I
4285002 ,
-- -- -- weekly. 2327 S. Washington or our easy pay plan" $::1 down and 267-7094. Alexander Construction
WILL CARE for children In own call 267.5407. 1.25: weekly. Goodyear Service typing, no shorthand. Must be i
home week.
by day or 267-0310. I
Store, 315: So. Hopkins, Titus. TRAILERS FOR SALE (
LOW rates, clean rooms for work. yule accurate with figures-pleasant! '
CHILD CARE by hour day or men. 103. Call 267-6185 or 267. 267-3013 HAVE LOTS for purchasers of' Eroyhill Development

week :ndlan River Height I 3992. 1 1 USED 17" portable Zenith TV personality and enjoy meeting '58 PACEMAKER 8 x 31, full bath; our mobile homes. Moonland _
AM 7-5766. Childre Homes Inc.<
$63. "Use $3 1955: : International travelall both Mobile Home Sales.
are easy pay plan" :
people. 54"* day, 49 hours week
For Rent WAREHOUSE FOR RENT down, $125 weekly. Goodyear __in_:A.1 condition. 2225.: 267.6597. '. SPACE TO ACCOMMODATE:\ large I I Cowart & Carter, Inc.
Service Store, 313: So. Hopkins (all\ day Saturday). Start $ 5OO. trailer north ofMirns,2670933.Position |
STORAGE SPACE in metal building Titusville. 2673013 LIVE IN COMFORT I I Cozart Const. Company
ARTICLES FOR RENT on Nevins Court rear of -- Do not apply unless interestedin See the new Skyline! Private din. ----I|II
Star-Advocate building. Available REPOSSESSIONS ing room 2 bedroom, deluxe Wanted Fisher Construction Co.
FOR RENT Feb. 15th. See It. H. Hud- 1.5 piece bedroom suite permanent work. All replies equipment, 55 x 10 ;, Futch Construction Co.
ion 1-& piece living\ room suite
Floor Sanders Polishers 2 lets twin beds will be kept strictly confidential. Authorized Skyline Dealer BASS GUITAR player desires Beach
Phone AM 7-3253: For Sale 1224 N. U. S. 1. N. of Overpass, John
I 2 chest of drawers Mail\ resume of qualifications work 3 or 4 nights a week. Experienced -
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET 1 refrigerator Titusville. 267-3081 new equipment. .Call S Louis & Brown Inc.
\ KENMORE Automatic Washer 1-7 piece dinette suite including age, experience, mar -- -- 267-7135: after p.m.Plumbing !
Baldwin Shopping& Center Coldspot refrigerator, luggage 2 end tables, 1 coffee table Northwood Builders, Inc. I
carrier rack \window Jan. 267 lamps ital status, etc. to Box,'100 c/o TINY TRAILER TOWN Supply itti1fiIe Penziner Bros.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT 0271. Good Star-Advocate, Titusville. :; AZ. rUB IEIDELfli4'G l Robert Evans
I Home Furniture Company) of Mims "
4 ROOM apartment for rent. 602 G. E. WASHER and portable TV 267-3365: Sioon'lUtil. SEPTIC TANKS I
I Ronald Moretto
tet. :527 So. Washington. tsrORAGE AksFE
Tropic.________________________ RELIABLE WOMAN half day S 0.11.. -ot pre-cast concrete steel.reinforced ;;T Builders Inc.
WANT GIRL, 20 or over to help STUDIO UPRIGHT Piano, reconditioned days per week, Phone 2C71790 ,1:141tUI.:o,,,, '1-u fa Ih '..U, !. state-approved sizes 540 1,4dl51rk44P4IAMJ7.O22. Tiffany ,
share 3 bedroom( house. 267-6429 terms. One repossessed after 5.WANTED. gals., 630 gals, 735 gals, and 1000 II grAtLJ Justice Homes, Inc.
Spinet piano. Factory guaranty Me .t r... gals. Grease installed tanks
after 3pm.FLORIDIAN IT STANDS I .... .......' traps '
assume small monthly payments 11.011. 1..1 ?,,11." pumped and cleaned drain fields I I ;e7Q4.4 '- James Trimble
APARTMENTS, closein Baby grand! completely EXPERIENCED colored loe Ip... II..U. sass Pars relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman William Everman

efficiencies, weekly, monthly J-OR' reconditioned. $295: I maid for motel work Apply a..lal C .s.tsl.so, Vail.O.aast.d Septic Tanks Inc., Phone AM 7. EDVNLES: Wingate Homes
rates air conditioned, 417 Julia KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC in person. River I Palms Motel, "W t.u.Vd Carp 1421. P. O. BOX 2016, Titusville. r :
2126 W. Tropic 2676385 a."lar
Street. 2401 S. Wash. Ave. ----
-- ---- I JOn Sallied 0.
FURNITURE rae InO: N. DI.1o Swy.
APARTMENTS Weekly, monthly AND rates.trailers.Adults RAND NEW overstocked. \Must\ N.w Smyrn Easel GIVE US YOUR Local & Long Distance Movers
sell 7 piece living room suites dual: o. "tin LISTINGSWE
only 504 Garden.
$119.77. 3 complete rooms $248.:50, FOR THE
OFFICES FOR RENT no money down easy terms. Call HOUSE HUNTER win friends getting *
2675735.: Open Sunday, 106 results. Moving

DESK Shopping SPACE Center.available 117 Broad Baldwin St. 8..FURNITURE3rooms- --of-fine 4 bedroom ,3 bath home In MOONLANDMobile FREE APPRAISALS Storage Shipping

267 2392. furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite good location. Centrally Home Sales
7 piece dinette all only $13.85per CAMPBELL
-- heated and air conditioned.Has FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341
month. Decor Furniture, 206
e N Magnolia Avenue, Indian River i many, many extras, LOCAL AGENT -

I City. Phone 267-7613. Deadened street with very 1 North of Overpass REALTORS BREVARD RIDGWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD

This Is the official teal of the I little traffic. Closed garage, 210 S. Washington Ave. FUR STOPAGE 1800 N. U. S. No. 1 CRATING
National soclatlon of Real Sale or Trade outside patio, log burning BREVARD COUNTY MAPS- TITUSVILLE

Estate Boards. Only members fireplace, wall to wall car- These maps include intricate d& 287-7325 Any Time PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE

of the Association nay display 1962 trade.FORD Phone pick 267.5783.up for sale or pet in living area. Has an tails of shore lines, lakes, rivers,

this seal. And only those who --- ----- existing $23,200( mortgage) rural homes, marshy lands, air-

display thli seal may call themselves 2 BEDROOM I, newly furnished with monthly payments of beacons, section and township "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"
home, small down
payment or
Rultor. lines, etc. Area covered by each
W. '
will take 25: trailer< George M. Barley,. Jr., rent. 30 fruit trees. Oil heater needed to move in. municipality is shown also rail

C C A I. 7 O SU I I. 0 15 Inc. stand-tank, 2 gas heaters. Quay roads, canals, and government &-
Bryan.Conway & Broyles. ScotUmoor) 11 miles 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, excellent reservations, along with inset
north of Titusville. VUcqcL
Winstead Inc. location, close to maps for greater detail. Set (of .COJ1.tIIa
shopping and schools. Cen- he two sections) mailed any. nrt"ct

S Campbell Associates, Help Wanted tral oil heat plus central air reservations, along with inset 3 v'l

Inc. conditioning, wall to wall where for 110. Order from 'd

J, W. Childre Pealtor in Star-Advocate. .
FEMALE HELP WANTED carpet living area. Has '

Danenburg's Beach family room and formal
.:/ Realty light housework. Own transpor dining room and formal 23c: each ct the SoarAdvocateIMAGINATIVE WashIngton AM 7-2C11

J frontage on Garden Street Edwards tatlon. 7.:1: p.m.. 5 days per week. dining room, lots of extras
Realty 2676297. and double
a carport. Only
zoned commercial. Priced
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Ed Kittles Agency REFINEDWOMANuhite( ), aged 6 months old. Priced at 1. If you are considering a home in the I 1

j right. 30.50: to manage and mind home $19,800 with an existing North Brevard area, call one of our
L. B. Newman, Realtor must be free to live In. References $17,100 mortgage.Let trained sales staff to
Call J W. Childre Realty experienced conduct
Sydney Schwartz steady well paying position .
))1 AM 7-2541 for right, REAL ,0 a tour for your family over the ) i
:: person. Write M. us show these desirable '
Weir & 10
M. N.
Son. ,
Brokers Invited C., P O Box 342, Titusville. entire area. We have new and older
properties today.REALTORS .
ESTATESALESMAN homes in nearly every section with '

: :: :'f: price and terms to fit almost any bud. -


2. Almost completed. 3 Bed Rooms, IVi

ltA" LIKE TO OPERATE _ _ baths. Paved streets with sidewalks. _ _ _
MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing \ rwtJ'.1 I. i'.l Conway Monthly payments only $102.00. YOU R. c. Wii.t.ad Jr.Pre.ilnt .

: I ment.
I --
ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT i '. ................ OFFICE 3. Three bed rooms. 2 bath home with ,, I

$3000 Per Lot! swimming pool. Prime location. $2-
I LARGE 75'1 x 110'LOTS LARGE POOL 1I CHAS. JANNARONE I 412 Main St. Titusville, Fla. Under Our Sponsorship! 500.00 buys complete equity. Imme- I

I WITHCENTRAL J SHUTFLEBOARDHORSESHOES. Titusville Shopping Center I Phone 267-SOOO mediate occupancy. I
AM 7-3<<1
For Details On I
WATER Etc. 4. 6*3 acres, high rolling pine land near ;4eci*! ..1

I This Tremendous Carpenter Road. 1000000., ) ( Termscan '1

$95 DOWN $30 MONTHLY Howard Johnson'sNeeds Opportunity Call, :Writeor Check be on arranged.FHA homes being remarket- ?. U I

) MR. DELANCET _ _ ed. There are a few still available In _ _ _
I. 'Epp' Btvlat the Titusville area. Art Ilo.d.r
TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Tituaville go north on TRANS-FLA. R. ldntlal Sale MfT. $aleunaet

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

call mile 267-5586.to our: entrance on right. For free Information. WaitressesWe REALTYINC.. Bryan.COllway t & lA/mjfcad JIIC. :,

Offer Free Life insurance Hospitalization Surgical 2531 Edfewater: Dr. REALTORS INSURORSDial I

DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Benefits, Credit Union and A Liberal Vacation Pay Orlando Fla. AM 72011 Day, Night or Holiday II
Apply In Person, TltimUle.

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Friday, Ftbruiry 14, 19M Tlhisvllle ("orldo) Stir. Advocatt p ". 7-8 NOTICE FOR.IHD IV TIlE riBfCIT COCBT OF TilT WI..ke. in the Tituivl!! 8tar-A3v
,1 Mil i i -.'I', l h' t. e'vl' ,l by thaftoarJ MM-II' .ltIIle'lCt. OHrriT Iv COt(.. .it Tfi'\'ll! n-rM' ..
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ul LULIU. I',.u.i. l .loi.ji. ,it 4 Ml. lOll flHMlBI) COt MT1IIDKIOA '. On.vk; n,1 I OIILil.lU.iJ: : & .t TRua.
to 0:43: A. M. February 20 1*>4. atth viii. Brtvard County Florida, tbla
Courthouse In Tltuavlll Florida I'IIANOHl' >C). I1 I3KOOEK M oiy of January. l'M4!
I Star-Advocate Classified Ads for: UE.VEFS I't'HTIH R BAKNE5T.!:!
On. (Ii) 1964 Pu..n,., Car; 1'1.lntitf."I. Clerk of The tlr,-ult Court
four 141> door sedan automatic (Court 11..1/l
tranamlaalon; wheelbaie not I... Sty n rit. Hall
than ItO Inthei. M ani-ln nutleta D f ml nt Deputy Clerk
Continued From Pr.c..dn: Pag' Real EstateLOTS I Used Cars & Trucks than UU: lloraeuowr;, outalde NOTICE TO DKFKND: APPEAR AND EDWARD 1 L. TRADERAllorn..y
ServicesINCOME Will Trade rice view mirr.bck I up| liable.rreircui.iinj TilE STATE OK FLORIDATO fir plaintiff
heater and dvfroetr. V u Box 11184M"lbourn.
Magnolia Motor Co. I flv. (.1.. IKIU x 14 4 ply tlree, : .. Klorlila.
Real Estate Wi'iL"Tii'\DE: not leaa than 411 ampere alternator wb.MART... MARTIIE. DEMERIT. Jan II. ..'.h. 7. 14 21. (Frl) I DMMITII .
I FOR SALE TAX RETURNS International Harvester Trucks i practically new 1 two ,21KO.> ." elnrtrlc prMnt r .ldi>nc l I. uokanwi
by telephone or appointment Scout 4-Wheel Drive Correct Craft cruiser with 75 Wi perein.1 w'"hhl.1' wicker: and who lot know
HOUSES FOR SALE censed trained : UP E\lnrudt electric motor and tlOIeel II.. .11 wln"o": direrlionel mldrnc was
( experienced
Sales Parts Service 411211 '
al.n.I. rquipp.d' with Street : K: nr IIIINCI I'LTITIOtII !
I R. W. Copeland. 2670274. 1603 W. Canal Rt. 40 II two axle Correct Craft trailer outfit I'OWrrtpr io. lIael power br.k. .SI Vla.al t00Paui.>> 0" UNM. lIo4| II kKHK ur
BEDROOM.:\ 2 bath, WhisperingHills DON'T PAY RENT! New Smyrna Beach Used less than 10 hours, on II C.- futty, sir eoodiiioning: eol.or' Province of Quelwe. Canada 'IMIIM."rK tTOH
INCOME:\ TAX: and bookkeeping U.rk blue.P.y".nl
centrally located 2.3 bedroom
low down payment. 267- 428 4761 Tot MARY MARTHE' DEMERIT. IT MAY I COMCERyNotice : ;
0207 service, Resident 267-3216 house, balance cash. Box II. lo be "mail* on March 19, irs h.r.by notified that a complaint .In hereby liven' that I have
Office 267-3721 H. Burgess & Star-Advocate. T'I 11Iti4. or delivery dale whichever ,It for dlvorc haa been filed ...Iual filed. .
TRAILER HELP! Private owner forced to the taller you anti ray Rolurni a. Admltil.
Associates. you .rc required ioicrvsa
TITUSVILLE-2613 ---- into of Iho Falal: of
Merry Lane 3 sell very clean 57 Buick by All blda to be marked "111< -194The c! >py ol your answer" er pleading Counia. dccraivd. .. thai I SIdes Varr
bedrooms, carpeted air con. s'dan." .... 10 In* complaint on the plaintiff. have filedmy
21764. Make offer. 267-7747. Work Wanted on oUI. cli hand corn., Petition fur Final Dlacharae.
ditioned, J11,900 2679933 PAINTING or .nv.lop.. .lIorn..y. ICdw.rd L. Tr.i.r ILl and
that I will apply tu ih* Stun.
OWNERSWe lrawbrtdg l .
e Avonvw
Bel! Airs Station Hoard reiier\et the rlnht to Mvibuurnai Vlrill H fonkllnc.
CHEVROLET 62 Florida, County Judo of
and fll .
BRENTWOOD DECORATINGand reject and., lb. orlflnal .nuw'P .
ESTATES BASS GUITAR player desires workS any bldaJDK Itrevard County Florida. on February
wagon, Rill, V-8, automatic or plcadlnc la lb. office of
4 well planned models are now transmission whitewalls, low or) 4 nic.hU a week. Experienced ,: II. XMCKHAM. Chairman (' of th. Circuit Court on ur thevrk !b.- 211,. 134. fo Approval nf the
Hoard .an..n 1 for final
of dlatbarx
t t'.uot- ..
open. Brentwood Estates is minutes have beautiful fall acre mobile PAPERHANGINGC. mileage, extra clean. $1871, new equipment. Call 267-) llrvtaid, I County,, C.mmiliuilonera lorliU' f.If you tha fall:2nd 10 day do of, 31....b.. IW4! Aclmlnl.lrator ot the Eala'' of helen>a
from downtown Titusville, home lot, size! ICO: x 440. 267-5648. T135 after I p.m. Teb 7. 14 tl'rl i l\tn\ ;<. default will b.. lab ao Jurl m.nt by V.rr Counts ileteuneU Dat.d l this
esilnin I
West on Garden Street. F1U for tha you January: ll1tif. Hal llaufh. .aAdmlni.lr.tor
H. Frizzell nlirt demanded
for $20 DOWN and MONTH In said
$30 DeVille DESIRE POSITION for LEGAL PADS Dig com of the fa.il a la of }Hel.
VA, 234 bedroom homes, from 28 CADILLAC sedan as pianist Supply, 35c plaint .
1120 Johnson St. 267-3747 Varr Counta. rirceaaod ,
$M monthly, Includes every. Move in now .- Trailer Living I _1850, one owner. 267-3480.! church. 267-327. 25c each at the Mar-Advocatt( this nolle. mall, ba publl.hud one Dykes ai Attorney for:: said,Roger LllaU.V
thing. 267-7142 or NE 68385.I at its best.CHRISTMAS. SINGER SEWING Machine Co., I WANTED ; ; each wick fir four cnnwrutlv Jan 31, Frb 7. t II. 81 I irrlt 11X14! ,
I960 CADILLAC convertible new WORK by day or week I -- --
sales and service. Pinking shearsetc.
: BEDROOM: swimming pool sharpened. Phone AM 7- top and tires low equity, and cleaning, ironing, cooking. Em.ma .
home, FHA, $14.750< with W50 PARK 2244. assume payments 2672733. __ Green, Mims 267-5193. Office.qu6cjL
down. CaU after 5 267.7657. I
p.m. FREE LP bottled installation. 1938: BLACK Ford. 2 door hardtop. BABYSITTING:' in own home by / QUALITY
TITUSVILLE 672 Poinsettia Ave., 3 speed floor shift $175 267-6340. hour or day 267-1917. Audrey :
11 Miles West of Indian River 209 N. U. S. No. 1, Titusville.
Forest Hills, custom ouilt 3 bed City on Rt. 5<). Christmas FlorIda Suburban Propane Gas Service. 1924 CHEVROLET, 4 door Hutcbeson. USED CARGiUxU

rooms, 2 baths, family room, Phone Orlando 275-1939 2676411. new transmission, starter Belalr'l l> Tilt; riNd IT l-si .T >>* TIlEI1Il I Top
fireplace; formal living, dining tires, :%" J| DM It|. (15(1 IT IN"
area, fireplace, new carpeting, NIDY CONSTRUCTION CO. Concrete crater A '"> pus HMKVANII: sot Sm', I LAL1S
$130. 2G7-S924. I of Chevrolet
drapes, built.in kitchen, dish work masonry, roofing, f II .!II( rKt 'M. I1UI
washer, disposal desk and eat. ScraD Iron & Metals carpentry, and remodeling. C d.AIL AKLKNK TOMAS8O.
ing area, utility room, double Phone AM: 7-2326. Wanted To Buy Plaintiff. I

garage.. central air, heat, lawn Ax7nso7yANnEn.o:;VII. : ': TOMASSO!

pump. 267-7667. KING IRON & METALS Used Cars & Trucks USED AUTOMOBILES, City Auto DefendantNOTICK TO APfKAR. I 62 2 FORD v.. and $$1195

ROUTE 48. Enjoy country living Parts. AM 7-3686. AND! DKFKNI) Power Starring
in this lovely 2 bedroom home Buying Iron, Steel Metals : THE STATE OK" KUJKIPATil i

with room carpeted large Florida living and room dining, furnished Cocoa, Florida I Townsend Auto Parts Want To Trade : .Anthony WOOl. California nth Angela streetCcirona. I Tonmnno7iW I 62 CHEVY u Wagon Nova- R.H.'-, Like Station New $$1895

kitchen, utility room, 4 Miles South On U.S. No. 1 Newer Used Parts ( art hereby notified. that a I 63 CIlFA'nOLET[ -
work shop and a large 150 x 200 ( nmpUInt' (or divorce Sea been filed "ImpnU1 9 $$2795 2 Dr. Skylark Loaded
beautifully landscaped lot facing Top Prices Paid For 818 FT. U. S. 1998 frontage, over falnit you tad you are raqulr I Station Wagon passenger : 62 6 2 BUICK Showroom N.w $$2295
trade for north Brevard
Route 46. The back yard is Wrecked & Burned Cars 8 acres, .1 I aerve a copy of your AnswerFrofcanlonal V8
fenced. Priced at 113,50000 with Services Free Statewide Teletype ServiceU. acreage or lots. Phone 267-2016. or ..1..ln.. 10 tb. Compl.lnl I" theiteitSf PowcrRlide. Powrrsteer
toe. Radio
.UI>rn..y. th. Law 010cc"C sal llcalrr
$2600 down. Shown by appoint. S. Hwy No 1 N. 6 Miles ENVELOPES Business Sizes (J.rr..1D\ QuIck lI.rhor ('Ity 62 RAMBLER[ $$1095
ment. Geo. M.\ Barley Jr., Inc., Titusville 267-1351 ; renter" Hit Harbor City ., A. T.
342 so. Wash. Ave., Phone 267. PERSONAL INCOME:\ tax, service, I Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp boulevard, font Offlie llox IJIH, 81 VOLKSWAGEN $$1295
3622. long form only $5. By appoint. I 1951 CHEVROLET pick up, good for mailing. Full stock at Star. orlrlnal Uau: OnlHe.An.Florida...... 0' Pt.adlnj and tci file In Ihe the 2 Door 62 FORD Falrlane 500 4 Dr. All $$1595
ment. 2675494.CARPENTER I running condition Call after 8 Advocate Office.PRIME t if Ilia of lb. 'Ierk of lb. Circuit Extras Clement On In Slat
TITUSVILLE, 3 bedroom, 1V4 p. m. 267-0581 (' "" or before 55. lath. day of 62 CIIF.VROI.F.T -
bath, modern kitchen, selective :. ,'lh'019J1 "Bel Air" 2 Door Se- $ 1695 Conv., 11,00 actual ml. and loaded

over neighborhood payments., $750 2671874.down, take CONTRACTORAll 57 58 LINCOLN Chevrolet Premier, will sell A/C one, loaded this I'ro'SIESIEISO Confeiao: FAIL will be NOT entered. or .Decree,aln.t dan Air (6 romlitionlng Under, Radio 62 2 PONT At a Wholeule Price $$1995
week. 527 So. Washington. 0.Thla notice will be published once
I BEDROOM 2 bath new. low Types CarpentryFast 1 ......k for four conaecutlve weeki 61 FORD "Galaxle" 2 f 4 fftr A*) Super Sport Every Extra
down payment. Nicest section in 58 FORD, 2.door, radio, heater, FRONTAGE U. llm.Tlluavllla. "mar" Advocate, Tit- door Sport Coupe V8 J IJ7 OZ CHEV Inc. Fac. Air Showroom New $$2395
01 ii. KlnrliliiDCNK
Reasonable Reliable i automatic, '
Titusville. Forest Hills. 267-3564 good shape, $450 : ANI ORDERED' In Tltua- Fordomatie Tramr
Call TOM-AM 7-6147 1 2674620. 285' U.S. No. 1 frontage I 'due, HrevaN. i County Florida, (hi.lb mission, Power Steering, Radio 4 Dr. Station Wagon -
BOOM: HOUSE by owner. 267.1 with an depth of > any nf .February. I IN,4I'ltTlfl ; and heater. 62 TEMPEST $$1595
average R.H.. A.T., Beautiful
2470. 4WHEEL? DRIVE 3/4 ton Ford, ( : R HAHNKS!
D.TOME. : TAX returns prepared, deluxe cab, radio. 2001 So. Washington 495', suitable to many uses. Clerk of Circuit Court
LOTS FOR SALE I I Court[ HeillBy < Dr. SJn., R.H., A.T. Baautl.OZ .
Phone 2ST-3183, $3.00 and up. Ave. At present has 2 buildings I Bertie Hall f\ COMET $$1395
well and Deputy Clerk f7\ tlful Arctic White, Red Interior
good deep
LARGE LOT for multiple dwell. SPECIALIZES DT painting trailers 57 MERCURY, 4 door station I eb. 7, 14 21, .11 (IrrU 1901.
ing or community business. $200)( I I where they sit. free esti wagon, power steering and pump and water storage 2
down, $35 monthly. Also can finance mates. Call 267-4611. After 8 p.m. brakes, 50 and Hwy. 1, day 267- tank. Many mature orange 62 MERCURY & : :.ViS $$1595

building. Inquire, 2671481. 2677011. -3577- rite 267.6608. trees. Very realistically I : Beck's Buys

I ROOFING PAINTING, additions 1962 VOLKSWAGEN, one owner priced at $90,000 with 29%; I 18 Conv. All Extras, ready

and general repairs. AU work wtiitewalK extra clean, gomibuy. down and balance over 6 TODAY'S SPECIAL 61 1 OLDS for Spring A Steal $$1695
guaranteed, free estimates licensed
------- years. Property located at ''GO CADILLAC . I 63 PONTIAC Tempest
and bonded. 2673411. 4 Dr Impala, R. & H.
TO SUIT YOU Sharpes, midway between Was J.2,295, Now. . $1,995 "Lomans" ('Gnltert. $$2595 \ 59 CHEV $$1095
PAINTING, expert, reliable and 58 Plymouth Wagon $250. Titusville and Cocoa. Investigate Ible. V8. Automatic A. T., Economy Six
55 Pontiac I I Transmission, I'ower
Wagon $200. Steering, I
On Your Lot satisfying work. Estimates gladly. 55 Ford today. FOREIGN CARS Radio and Heater
AM 7-0773. Wagon $250. 59 T-BIRD\ LOADED $$1495
A New Home ,55 Chevy Wanon:! $175. ::300' plus U.S. No. 1 front- '62 Fnnltih: Ford
I Station Wagon . .$ 893 61 CHEVROLET !
56 Plymouth.\Yegon: II, $175. age north of Aims, .priced '61 Ergliih FOrd Consul .* 695 I cayne' 2 doorPowerglide sc'ns'S1395 4 Dr. 6 H.,
A New RoomWe HARVEYREAL at $75.00 front foot 61 CORVAIR ;: $$1095
52 Buick Sedan $125. only per '61 Hat 1100. 4-dr..5 695 Trnn* a.r.4 Tires ;

will furnish plans, and make 53 Ford Coupe $125. with 29% down and balance '61 Metropolitan I lon, heater I
ESTATELICENSE to be arranged. Can Convertible . .S 791 Cat., 4 Dr., Standard Trans.
loan arrangements with 60 FORD "Falrlane8. 59 PONT
no $$995
Other Cheap Ones! also be leased. 'SI English Ford 2dr. $ 695 \' 4 door sedan. $S895 1 Owner, 21,000 ml.' like now
down Give call
payment. us a
SCHOOLStart 'SI Dorgward Wagon . ) 695 Knrriomatlr! . II
No Obligation BROWNING AUTO SALESU. 100' U.S. No. 1 frontage In I '60 English Ford 2.dr. Gafaxlo 4 Dr., R.H., A.T., US.,. :

2676789J. this Tuesday 7 P. M. S. 1 South, Indian River City city limits of Titusville 4-Spccd .S 595 61 1 59 FORD Real Sharp Family Car $$895
attend first session as our guest.HOWELL'S total '60 English Ford Sedan Automatic$1095$ i I
Phone 2671520 price only $30,000.
Station Wagon . .S 595
---- 10 Route 46 west '60 Sub. . . .$ 595 Heater/ I
Construction Co. BUSINESS COLLEGE acres on SPECIALS j
60 English Ford Anglia .S 695 I
647 Highland Terrace 1528 S. Wash Ave. (U.S. 1)) -- of Minis, only $950 per '60 Renault . .$ 393 61 FALCON 2 door $995 i NO MONEY DOWN ON
acre. I Ii
Iitusville 267-1161 59 Volkswagen Hnn. heater v
Station Wagon . S 593 CREDIT APPROVAL
20 acres prime development '59 Sirnca 4dr. . $ 150 63 CHEVROLET 1mpala i i
property $1750.00 per '59 English Ford 2-dr. $ 495 2 dr. Sport $495$
acre with terms. '58 English Ford Anglia I S 293M V8! 300() llompownpnpim"

Route 46Large Call for appointment to see '' IMlman speed floor 4-dr.shift 4. . I 313 62 CORVAIR. Radio 2 and door. Heater., 60 FALCON 'SZXXi j : : $$595

any of these choice prop- 58 V.uxhall acdan. radio and $$1395
JESS W. CHILDRE erties. Station Wagon..S 395 lenter FfiDH 4 Dr, R, H-AT-$.,

2 Bedroom home with Carpet in '50 Millman ,*wagon .$ 495 I 58 lUllRoal Sharp 34,43 Per Mo. $$595
M I A LTOM UILDC '57 English Ford Anglia .$ 299 M! FORD Ranch
living and dining room. Built in kitchen '57 Volkswagen 2-dr..0.595 gon, V8 4 door, Ford$595$

utility room, Florida room. Work ''57 56 EnglIsh Volkswagen/!l Ford 2-dr-----0 Anglia .$ 295 493 omatlc Radio and Tran Heater I.I '/51 FORD 'AlSSsr' $$495

shop all on a well landscaped lot 150'x '

200'. Price $13,500.00 and terms can 56 English Station Wagon Ford .S 195 SO vllle"PONTIAC, 4 Door"Boone-Hardtop $1595 (tJ 57 PONT Fancy 2 Or.-H.21 T..if, per Real Mo.' $$495

be arranged.I. SEE THESE Hydramatic Tra-

'58 Plymouth Belvedere ,I I'owerstccrlng ismls.slon.! Air, Power Conditioning Brakes) ,, % 55 B.I Air
Trailer and SpaceLot 4dr. . . . ,$ 29$ I Radio and healer. f.lY Y II.8.rer Me,
I. R. C. AreaNew '18 Chevrolet V-8 stick I j ". I : 4 1 ; : : !
68 x 100, zoned for trailer p" ,, 2 dr. hardtop -------S 795 62 CHEVROLET ; / M ft FODH ,.P.... Wagon good

8' wide by 40' trailer, deep 412 Main St. Tltutville, Fla. '57 Plymouth I passenger Impala !Super Sport $2395 JI I lUKUROCKET work tar-17.M p.r mo. $$295

modern 3 and 4 bedroom homes.- well Only $4,500, cash. V.8 Wagon .$ 295 Bucket Scats, Power
'57 Chevrolet V-8 stick glide V8 Radio and Heater

F.H.A. and V.A. Just completed. Priced Call J. W. Childre Realty Phone 2679000 2-dr. . $ 695 61 CHEVROLET Impala -

from $15,950.00 to $20,000.00.Trade AM 7.2541 '57 Chevrolet 2dr. 6 4 door Sport See 1695
Cylinder Automatic, Ian Powergliderransmlsxlon.
radio and heater $ 795 Powersteerlnj
'57 For I cylinder 2-dr. $ 195 Haho and Healer
In Your Old HomeWe '53 Mercury 4-dr,

stick shift . . $ 195 60 DODGE
54 Plymouth 4-dr. S 100 Convertible
and 4 bedroom homes 54 Chevrolet 4-dr--------S 130 matic
have ten 3 COLD
'53 Plymouth 4.dr . .$ 95 I'ower Steering Power Braker,
under construction. Some with carportsand Radio, and Heater MOTORSwork

double garages. Priced from $18,500 Remember how painful it was when TRUCKS 58 EDSF.L 2 door V8,
the assayer told the anxious prospectorhi j 6i 1 VW 6 passenger Automatic Transmlv $$295 ( .
Builder will
to $19,450.00. definitely "treasure" worth carting I I. Pickup . . . $1,095 don. Radio Heater/ .
wasn't into
consider your old home on trade. Callus '61 VW Panel . . $ 895 GARDEN STREET
town? 139 Fordton 6 Many More Ti Choose From!
I. cylinder --------------5 795 & U. S. No. 1 NORTH .
Don't make that mistake In selecting ji JT Chevroletton-

We have new and used homes in all a aite. As expert realty ".ssayers," we pickup . . . .$ 595 Gus FaulkChevrolet rr

i locations. Call for an appointment to can determine the real value of any All Cars Covered By Phone AM 7-3884

property that Interest you and advise INTERNATIONAL

see- you accordingly ONE-YEAR WARRANTIESUnited "The of Clean
States and Canada Home

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210 S. Washington 267-7325 CALL 636-9494! USED CAR DEPT.
342 S. Washington Titusville 267-3622: 'auseway Merritt Island ,

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PAYMENT d3cau/i/tf $15,000 I TO $19,000


A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville 14720 to $6620 Homes reitrlced to 1800 sq. ft. minimum.

F H A LOW PAYMENT DOWN Only 2 Miles West of US. 1 On Garden St., COWART & CARTER, INC.

3200 Garden St., Titusville

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PagB TJtutvilU (Florida) Star Advocate Friday, February 14, 1H4 | HAPpy.... -- 1
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Wesl/ Point Man r T- 11111 Saturday, February 15 t,;

t ( Erwin StowellMM
Leslie Canada
Here To Talk
's O E Armstrong
Jima W. R. Fraser

With Joe ManceJoe fry Sunday, February 18
Ruth E Fox
Mance, a tJO;) .pound fullback t Luther PuckettS.
for the Titusvillc High!; J Sorum
School Terriers and competitive i ; w_ ;) il'rl Tammy Sue Freeman
appointee of Congressman El
Monday, February 17 t
Gurney to West Point, was visit.
Olson( Crofton(
ed briefly by Army Captain
Mrs. Donald Burtt I
David W. Bourland Monday concerning .
admission to the Aad ,. Mr. Ollie C Billy Brown I
i i < 1g \ f.
emy.Bourland Jana Threlkild
a quarterback for -,
the West Point football team Our : f Leslie A Bair I
Ing 1956, 57 and 58, said he was Harvey Gould .
+ -"" .w
here to co.ordmate admission actIvities -- l
In this area with the West 1 ,b- '1 line, build four miles of road and POLITICAL FAMILY MEET Sen. Mrs. W J. Bohannon, roo tin' for the fam-
Point Society of Southern Flor ) ." Install communication and pow. Scott Kelly of Lakeland, here last week to ily standard bearer. Left to right, local
ida lines Jack Freed, Sen.
er campaign for governor ran into a family campaign manager
Ills main reason for contacting '---J > Completion( ) dale for the project reunion at a political rally The rally of Kelly cousin-in-law Bohannon and cousin I
Manrc! was to discuss the re > Is AUj1.\ 1 1. A separate contract supporters, held at Citizens Bank on Fri Mrs. Bohannon. -S-A( Photo.)
maining requirements he must will be awarded later for day, found a first cousin of Sen. Kelly,
fulfill in order to enter the US '" construction of the test /stand it
Military Academy i ,' : f' r l self. -------.- -
Mance one of four boys' in this 't l1 Graham Contracting, Inc., of -
area who have been nominated Orlando, will construct the auditorium
by appointment from Congress DISCUSS ADMISSION Joe Mance, sec dinner at t Chanticleer Inn Monday eve- In the Merritt Island Industrial 1f,41 !f
man Gurneypf the 11th District, Ga., ond from right, discusses admission activity ning. Also pictured are Joe's parents, Mr. area for $361,677 The
early will travel next month to Ft. for Bcrniing'a physical to West Point with Army Captain and Mrs. Carl Mance. (S-A Photo.) building will be used<1 for train. You're Invited To Visit The New .
aptitude examination and medical David Bourland second from left during 1 ins and briefing purposes and Is
examination, which are both scheduled for completion In Sept }
required before entering the ac tracts awarded, for $991,462.J, ember. BADCOCK FURNITURE

ademy. was awarded to Georgia Electric Boyce Co, Inc, of Clearwater, .
Bourland would not say Mance 6,000 Entree Capacity Co. of Albany, Ga., for the static received a $51,140 contract to put
was definitely selected Is a West test stand utilities. The test stan4 in nearly three miles of six.inch IN THEIR NEW LOCATION AT-
Point cadet, but did say, his will be located about 2'4' water line from the primary --
athletic abilities, along with his Cafeteria For MILAA northeast of the industrial area main, along State Highway AlA, 21 East Main St. -
academic /standing, are favor !Most of the work will be in to the Central Telemetry Build. J
able.Along cafeteria with a kitchen able that many will .be able to be linking this area with the industrial lag now under construction on the Come in for your FREE GIFT!
with being connectedwith to prepare 8,000 entrees for lunch served in a two hour lunch per. complex The contractor edge of the Banana River south ForWORTH .
Sure To Register
the Admissions Division of daily will be built in the Merritt iod. will put In 23,000 feet of water! ()f the Industrial area Will Here Be
West Point, Bourland is x. representative Island Launch Area under a contract In addition, the caMcrU's
for football Army awarded by the Canaveral kitchen will be able to provide ai I OF FREEMERCHANDISE
head coach Paul DlotzelRourland District of the Army Corps of $
continued to say his many as 5,000 servings of the Brevard Lumber CompanyREADYMIXED. CHOICETo
Engineers OF YOUR
main entree daily for delivery to 3OO
for being in Florida was
reason the cafeteria, In the ..
on other cafeterias at the Kennedy IN-TRANSIT CONCRETE
not to recruit football players, of Merritt Island, Be Given Away Feb. 29, 1964
believe, but to part Space Center Headquarters Building Material Lumber: Paint H.dw.,1WE To
as some might under f 9 4 Nothing Buy
is one cf four new jobs put Building, the Operations and
work with alumni In the southern contract by Army Engineers in BUILD ROOF TRUSSESLet You Need Not BI Present To Wlnl
Checkout Building, and the
part of the state to discuss fur. Ua Give You An Estimate -
support of the National Aeronautics
Launch Control Center at the
ther requirements with West and Space Admimstra Vertical Assembly Building. Prompt Delivery Phone) AM 7-3831
Point appointees. lion's for landing astronauts .
lIe also said Coach Dictzel program Largest of the four new con
on the moon The others: -
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plans to make speaking engagements '
in Florida sometime next Installing utilities for a static

month Mance Son Cape,of, 203 including Mr.Kennedy Harrison and Jacksonvilleand Mrs Joe Carl will for test John checking stand in F the Kennedy to Apollo be the used propulsion Space spacecraft by NASA's Center systems Join The Hundreds Who Have Seen d Approved I Ir

graduate from Titusville High Constructing an auditoriumto aited
School In June. lIe was an outstanding be used for training purposes
end as a Junior and Running a water line to a The Home All Florida Has For
outstanding fullback a* a senior. Central Telemetry Building In a b .
remote part ol Merritt Island. I :
Bucon Inc., a Cape Canaveralfirm : ;

The Titusville Star- build, received the one-story a $568565 cafeteriaand contractto The Sensationally Priced FLORIDIAN

Advocate, Jst 1 in circulation have it finished by Otobcr

in No. Brevard 1964.The cafeteria: will scat 320 persons 2200 Sq. Ft. Of High Quality
at a time and four times ,
Bedrooms 2 Baths
WSBY 'BUY TWO I 2200 SQ. FT. ""*S AirConditioningBRICK

/' I HOME Throughout
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See The Model FLORIDIAN N ow At 2731 South Street In


1963 MODEL

same inherent strength found in sky white vinyl, asbestos floor the
scrapers and bridges. SCHEIRICH KITCHEN CABINETS in Built Exclusively
A TERRIFIC 2200 SQ. FT. OF SPACE natural birch, (finish. with Lazy Susans
a x 20' enclosed garage with: FORMICA COUNTER TOPS, post-formed By .

: COMPLETELY INSULATED exterior SASH with Screens
Prices Before The Showing of I walls and ceiling\ full thick' lnulatlon EIGHT SPACIOUS CLOSETS Construction Co.

New 1964 Models In March. I rx BRICK EX SHINGL'maintenance" __ SLIDING CLASS DOORS (safety 'glass I )
0 20-YEAR ROOF ] wlndprooi with. Scre.na CALL
Trailer Bottles Filled At Plant $1.50 VAPOR BARRIER turrouada entire house I ,
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