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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
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I Buy In North Brevard! S la..,. d." Ofa: I t; Smile-You're In Florida I i

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents oh

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t f 84th Year No. 21 5c Per Copy i Tnusville, .Florida Monday February 17 ..196-4.. __ 14 Panes/: Today 1'ublisht l eQ: P.sO.)..P- \V.ednttldY:; and Fridays

Ii Hospital Bond Issue Bids To Be Opened Wednesday I

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Local Jaycees Win l.f_ P a F' 9 For Building

Program HereNorth

Honors At ConventionTitusville 4 r r Drevard County Ho'pit
al Pislriit Board members are
l 1 to 'find out Wednesday Just what
Intel'c-t rate their $18 million

Jaycccs brought in creating one of the most out.standing the local dub sent IS delegate ptnod Their membership total : l bond i issue Is going to attract
the hoard will receive sealed
home two first place awards clubs in the state to the conference, each traveling!: stands to date at 188 members, ; bond
1 issua
prupojtuli on the huge
from the annual Winter Confer- The awards the most man- 400 miles, fur a total of 6;.urn the largest in Titusulle history, i until 12 noon Wednesday at
enc' held at Panama City, Fri-- miles in travel to the conference miles This is In competition with up
and each month sets up a new the lUke of School l Supt Wood-
day Saturday and Sunday. and the largest percentage of increase other towns of comparable size
record! in local Jayeccism. row DurdrnPipposa's .
The awards were distinctive in membership were In percentage of increase the
'! must be for the pur
and credited the local Jayceeswith taken "hands down" by the Titusville Jaycees gathered in 57 The delegates attending the { !
cluic ol all of the bondj 1.800 of
much effort and endeavor club. In the man-miles traveled.III new members is. a three.week conference traveled by auto- M y wis them In $1,000 denominations

mobile and by air. State vice-
k nI <
president Gene Roberts, Paul
The bomls are dated Feb. 1,
At "Hot Pace" Here Salisbury and George Arnold l'JT.4, and are scheduled( for mat
Tag Buying flow by commercial airline; Jack
Miller flew four local membersup wK urity from 19HU! through 19UO! -
lth due to mature In
by private plane and Presi-
IOUU Increasing to $210,000 in
North Brcvaid tag buyers arc poon Last Saturday's sales were number of tags as we did last dent Earl Spencer and seven
I 107!) and dropping to $150,000
jamming offices! of Titusville Tag considerably less at 350 duringthe year," Nash saId. "Dut we expect others went by car this( fimil year.The

Agency at an average of 1,000 same licurs: in the next four days for The most outstanding event at bonds w1lbe\ payable
per day in an effort to teatThursday's Along with the North Brevard the lines to lengthen and the the conference according to administrator
PEDIATRICS WING The new pediElla Shinner. at counter hospital (run the levy and collection annually -
deadline, accordingto average of 1,000 per day, the business to really pick up. selection five
Spencer, was the of talks to to
shown above nurse as they
atric wing, partially was prepare of an ad val rnn tax not
J D, Nash, Bievard County CiKoa office is running a little It Is not known at this: time outstanding young men of the
dedicated Sunday with open house. Mrs put the area into uc.SA:; Photo). exceeding five null on the dotter
Tax Collottor! than 1500 is the what the should be
mote! per day as just increase year. Dr. Bruce Wilson, president
of assessed valuation
Nash said this morning Saturday Melbourne office. this year over last, but it is ex of Brevard Junior College was upon
.taxable\ property within the
a sale amounted to 598! during "Last week we were lacking pected to bo released at the end among the five selected by Stale
Highly North lrev) ; rd Cntitty Hospital
the four hours from 8:00: toRehab about 30,000 of selling the same of the week. Jaycees o
District which Includes the
i area of County Commissioner
Impressed With District/ No. 1.

II Center At New SiteBy Proceeds of 'this bond issue,
plus $000,000 in Hill)[ Burton Federal

Pediatric WingThe n jtchin.i/. funds, will Kit the

Ctn Blytht they have almost twice the floor der the direction of Lee Partain, Fund. hospital expansion program off

The North Brevard Rehabil space as at the old center; a fine president of the center, and almost I. The school now has five full 'open house' at the new tu a running", start,
itatlon Center, also known as the loading and unloading area, and Pediatric Wing of less I'airish Further financing through the
all of the labor was done by time employees and two part
Normandy School, has moved Into that they aho,have ,an area that Memorial Hospital attracted Federal Iluuiim and, Home Finance
the new location on North will serve' as a'playground' The volunteer workers. About $1,500 time helpers. There are two some 200300 visitors Sunday : Agency It expected to be

Williams Street. They have mostof building which was formerly occupied was spent for materials. classrooms and at this time efterlaotyall\ .ol. whota. ''''W"fll/ arranged so that rrioie of this
their equipment set Up ancnfie'< headquarters for District '; The"center"had been l located'at there\ are twelve siudcaf'attend i; highly complimentary of ,tho hospital, expansion program can

wonderful activities of the school 1 Commissioner, has been the corner of Palm and Pine for ing the classes. Murray said that new fDelht,. bo carried out.
continues. completely remodeled and a new the past two and one.half years this number would vary becausethe Shown to the public prior to a Mnjor share of the expansion
Stan Hurray, director of the classroom structure has been and had served Its purpose very main goal of the center Is to bring put Into operation this program; Is an entire new buildIng .
school told this Star.Advocate added. well. It Is a non-profit organ get the handicapped children well morning, the wing was attractively q 7 +a w seven stories in helghth to be
reporter that at the new location The remodeling was done un- lzation, supported by the United enough to attend regular school. decorated in the I'edwtilc sun: true'ted In front of the present

them by the Pink Ladlea, who ho p.tal facilities. It will

also served punch and cookiesto : ........ be built on land now occupied
those attendIng. by the Wludden family and their

The l7-bed addition, honey business, which I has
'with the moat modern lien purchased and donated to

-w. available, will provide a : tin hospital.
rfn'i treatment and care ; Ultimate goal of the facility U
; t% which has long been needed, : Van IOU) beds

err btl the staff at Jess
.to, administer a great need : : -

aY the Tltusville area. Too, it ( ) Tindall Seeks
alleviate the crowded

which have prevailed
p E cut the hospital due to (her Sheriff PostL

normal population expansion

E. (nob) Tindall, sergeant
with (ho Ilrrvard County Sheriffs
Utility SessionIs Drpt until his>> resignation leb. 1,
has announced his candidacy forth
i CwM1 + office of sheriff, subject to

# i Held FridayA the (Democratic primaryA
resident of 'Indian River City,
conference here Friday
can be
twccn, City Attorney Max ] ','by
ENJOY NEW CLASSROOMS Shown above Is Mar er, City Manager Cleveland : added

garet Watson, a Normandy School student, as she reads mudge and First Florida ( cr In
for her teacher, Miss Louise McCalhster The class
Co. attorney John Remsen : FBI ex N e.
rooms have plenty cf floor space and are all modern.. have moved negotiations Co

(S-A Photo). purchase of FF water and < night
in the Indian River City

bit nearer completion.
EQUIPMEN'r SET UP Most of the equipment used Wilson,
The reviewed
for treatments for several of the children has been mov- men a pl'Opu his de
purchase contract during
ed into the new location and is now being used. Above M station. at-

Stan Murray is shown with Karen Jones, a student at "Nothing definite was I"f( Agent

Normandy School.-
Star.Advocate, "but we : and
many points of difference !
a.r tween the city and the north
firm. We believe we aril : Friday
ing many of the points and : \ :

.y _J soon have a contract to : e.timat. i
to thfr city council s In the
First Florida operates a ( L. E. (Bob) Tindall

and water system in Indian dol Tindall has been active In juveivHe

eights: Whispering 1deny\ work, serving si a member
Lakeside Ealatei and |, on the c( the board ol directors of 1>
I founts, all within the City t ( ,dlan River City Teen Town, Inc .
r I1 Tit u i ville. and chairman of instruction IIN

I i dian River Lodge 4o- 90. F. anlAM.
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Band Concert The 40! -year.old.sin of L. A.
Tindall! of Melbourne conserrat -
"Careers Ion officer In Brevard since

On ThursdayThemes ,, .Student School 1941 I, the former d"ptity has a

M wide background) In law t'nffJreo-:
from the NBC meat He has served as Chief of
slue production "Victory at : buM- Police of IrvJUIantic, with the
: will be the featured oc Melbourne! and Ocala police Dc

In the forthcoming concert of pirtmenti, aol a deputy sheriff
Tltumlle High School Band.The will sister Sheriff II. T. William laBr
LANDSCAPING PROJECT The Tri City Garden Club UNLOADING AREA Mrs. Thelma Bingham, driver of concert will be held : vard and Sheriff Tindall In
has taken the new location of the Rehabilitation Centeras the Normandy School bus, Is shown as she unloads a Thursday Feb. 20. at 8 p. Chccola County lie also h">*
landscaping project and several members are shown student. Oliver The served with the Florida Game
a Wayne new area for unloading and tlealan/ school gymnailunn. teachers,
above as they set plants in front of the building-(S-A loading students Is just perfect" said Mrs. Bingham Is) open to the publIC There t) many Commission His

Photo). (S'A Photo). 8<. CONCERT Oa Page 1 .administrative TINDALL On experienceSo Page I


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Tltvivlllt (Fkrlda) Star. Advocate, Monday,-February u-w4 Woman Attorney

Addresses Club -J :

r Mrs. Frances Jamieson delved 'roundrown

deep into the history of wills and
/ taxes relating to the family when
/ PitA Netag And Nofea % she appeared before the Indian

pl NortA Breoard / Rivrr City Woman's Club on Phone 267-3794 with Barbara. car"onMiss \

/ Monday evening at the Civic -

Center. Molly Hodges, thlyd-level Heart Fund, Mrs John Marsh, the T.tusville; area according r
M.... Jamicson, first woman teacher at Bay view Elementary Mrs. Cigby LJunquist. Mrs. 'John club president, Mrs Josep'i

attorney in Brevard County, School, received delightful surprise Coburn and Mrs William Benner. Draper Kennedy.
sttted that wills go back to Friday afternoon when her Theme for the tea will eerie \
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Jaycee Wives Club w 1dl Biblical times and the first Stat student's Valentine party turn. The recently reorganized around Valentines and we ne

To Furnish Kitchen .- ... ute of Laws was written duringthe ed out to be a surprise birthday Friends of the Library will meet there will be sever'il little cupta,

reign of Henry VIII. The petty! for her Molly looked Thursday evening at 8 p.m. .m greeting te! guests along thwalkway
For New Clubhouse I i f American system of wills is cop. Juvely( when ,the children presented the Library. Mrs J. J. Condes, Committee: ) member

Tit vl1le Jaycee Wives will ':- -- -' ied from English Commonlaw. her with ,a red and silver president of Titusville Woman's working cu project are Mr

pffrr .l to furnish the kitchen for :She went on to say that will "Jei" /itqklace; ; .with a large Club, Inc. wiU present a book Bruce Snyder, Mrs. Tony Nov
clubhouse This are a result of the state legislature heart claiming her to be "Our review of "Living Reeds", a otny, Mrs Don Fryshe Mr-

the decision new was Jaycee made at the February rather than an innate right. Valentine", and placed a beautiful story of Korea by Pearl S. Buck Harry Eads, Mrs. Doug Barn
wives Florida passed it's first Statuteon whjjc ,crown on her head. Guest. speaker for the evening hart and Mrs Kennedy
meeting of the local
Wills in 1832. The crown was trimmed with will be) Dr. James JMhard of the All those planning to attend I
held last week at the First
Federal Friendship Room. Mrs. I. Mrs Jamieson strongly urged Silver sparkle, three red hearts Board of Public Instruction are requested to phone 267.7602or

James led! el will head the pro. .l everyone to have a will drawnup and had "Molly"., I jri ,the center. Anyone Interested in belonging 2C7-W9

jet t. f regarding real and personal .Molly' )Vilentine for each ,of ,to this world while organization
1 property and more especially the students:\ wasp large heart ,is Invited to attend the meeting The Boeing Wives Club will I
The Jaycee wives will be ask where the guardianship of minor with a lollipop flower in the cen If you're wondering what the meet Thursday at 11:30: a.m ror

ing for donations of articles or children is involved.A ter. After the children exchanged group does, the Friends of tIle lunch and a hart business meeting

money to complete this project. lively question and answer Valentines they enjoyed eeIresJimenU ; Library assist in many various in the Lamplighter Room 41>

Members with sewing ability period followed ber informative of ice cream, cake ways such as helping out;t during the Howard Johnson Inn Rose
will be asked to help make drapes. I' speech. chocolate milk and little sacks of story hours or purchasupg 'small vations must be made by tenor

All Jaycee wives wishing # I :The: Home Lite Department heart candy served by Mrs. J. T. items needed at the library.\ row with the hostess, Mrs, Frank
t to help with this project are ask
'was in charge of the program Green and daughter Patricia. Sweet, 267.0477 or club president
ed to contact Mrs. Hertzel. Mon with Mrs. William Johnson Mrs. Green's
as special gift to Molly Mrs. William Benner, 267-4252
ey raising projects will soon be. program chairman. was a heart shaped cake. Mary Hill, ten year old, daughter
gin to help<< finance this effort. Many Items of importancewere of Sidney Hill* celebrated
Mrs Sam Beddlngfield was her birthday Saturday afternoon Kids say the cutest things! (In

chairman of ,this month's projectto FLIPPERS City Manager Cleveland Episcopal Churchwomen. Joining these session discussed with during Mrs.the James business Mrs. Raymond (Betty) Neth- with a big party in ,her home at referring to a picture of Y>il
ing of 130 Park
supply\ Jess Farrish Hospital Talmadge (left)' and Jirn Munnls Jr. olTitusvilie ,two were also Rev Sumner Ferguson Plumb, president, presiding charming hostess Lane of Valentine was the 1307 Juno Night St. Following Brenner, one of the little girls

with tray favors for fine day Trailer ,Park, ,(right). prove to be William( Doyle, Paul Hoover, John Ball Mrs. Rose Mitchell, cochairman luncheon\ Thursday afternoon a for numerous games the guests were in Titusville Little Theatre's upcoming -
Members and guests of the club real Pancake served cake ice cream, fruit production of "The King
"flippers" during Day spon and Don Thompson. (Carlson Photo). of the Fireman's Directories several lends and out-of.town
each made several ,Valentine sored on Shrove Tuesday by St. Gabriel' punch and baskets of mints by and I" remarked to Roland Marshall
gave a report and announced guest.
baskets which were donated to Attending were Mrs. Airs. Hill and her other daughter (the King) ""Gee, you two
members would be stationed Melvin Luoma of
the hospital. Cocoa Beach, Mrs Margaret Andrews. even have the same color hair1'' '
1! at local establishments Mrs. Lei Luoma of Fairport Harbor .
Mrs. Earl Spencer, hostess for Children attending the party
Friday evening and Saturday Ohio Mrs. J. E. Mackey of
the February meeting, served an were Sandra Brooks, Susan Mr. and Mrs. Richard Van
to better contact all
morning Fairport Harbor Mrs. W. R D.
oatmeal cake from a Valentino lesidcnts of the area. Wolff of Painesville, Ohio Mrs. Skelly, Teresa Tompkins, Claudia Sant and two children of Land
decorated table. Mrs. Nick Welsh, Debra Townshend, enburg, Pa., spent the weekendat
Turpoljac was appointed Donald Kraft of 139 Pmecrest
Members and guests present chairman Debra Carter, Gretchen Brown, the home of Mr. and Mrs W
I of arrange. St., Mrs. George( Kraft and Mrs.
Included Mrs Fred Mcinnis, ments for the Installation Ban John Fitzgerald of Rochester, Betty Windell Elizabeth Spang- E. Ziegler on Diane Dr

Mrs. Jesse Fisher, Mrs, Dale a quet to be held in April. New York Mrs. John Bunge Jr. Icr, Jjnette Caugin, Mary OUT-

Freeman, Mrs. .Henry Theed, Reports were heard from ,the of Titusville and Mrs. John Ian Debra, Teresa, Timmy and Mr. and Mrs H. H. Hudson

.Mrs. Doug Ahrens, Mrs. Earl following department<<; ,chairmen: Bunge Sr of Detroit, Michigan. Bobbie Andrews, Michael and attended a meeting at Orlando

Spencer Jr., Mrs./ James Lovin, Mrs. [..auience Simms, Mrs. WilLiam Although most of the out-of- Stephen Hill and Freddie Fmncr- Sunday of Central Florida alumni
Mrs. James Hertzel, Mrs. Robert ty. of Morningside College, Sioux
Johnson, Mrs. Louis Stone. towners had never met before,
jehmon, Mrs. Larry Bolick, Mrs. City Iowa. Dr Earl Roadman
president announced ,the we hear they had a delightful
Jtonald! Heacock Mri Charles r Florida Federation: of Women's time showing pictures of and Gateway/ Welcome Wagon past president: of the college,
Shet'ltr, Mrs Vern Cannon Mrs. Clubs County meeting would be talking about their lovely grand- Club members are busy making and Mrs. Roadman were present

Sam Bed
Jiam Clark. 13: in Cocoa their membership tea Wednesday .Lakeland.Mrs. .

&.>.... Mrs. Nick Turpoljac. .membership Another charming ,Valentine afternoon( in the home of
XI Delta Mu Chapter. I?" J1 .. '\v' chairman, greeted the twenty hostess( ; was Mrs. Max (Jean) Mrs. Ned! (Gloria) Rust, 609 West ,Walter Uavol of Providence

nine members\ at.the door, and JSrcwor, West Titusville Circle Over 100 .invitationshave R.I. is visiting at' the
.Beta Phi I area
:Sigma .._-... ...... ) ; ." r ... aa introduced special guests Mrs. D. chairman (f.r. the Heart Fund, been sent to newcomers home of her sister, Mrs. Elme..

The XI Delta Mu Chapter of EATING AWAY .Little, Carolyn Wilkinson (little help from his mother, didn'thave Daniels, Mrs. D. Mancini and who met with the district captains and other interested! persons in Nason.MADAM.

Beta Sigma Phi met Thursday (left) seems to be solemnly intent much trouble taking care of his dur- Ides. .S. Crow in her lovely home on Ham.

night at the home of tile president on finishing her pancakes and sausage, ing Pancake Day on Tuesday at St. Gabliel's A delightful:; Valentine motif lie Ct. Friday morning to discuss

Mrs. Oneta Leutwyler, while Chris Partelow ,right( ), with Pariah .House.-(Carlson Photo). was used by the hostesses in decorations final plans for Heart Sunday, : RUBYFOR
It was announced that a representative !Il and refreshments. Feb. 23.Befitting.

from the International Acacia Circle Hostesses: Ux.luded Mrs. Turpol the date and FIRST TIME IN THIS AREAI
.Holds Valentine Martha Guild purposeof
office would arrive in Titusvilleon ; Par.ty. Mary jac, Mrs. Stone, Mrs. Tom Mar the meeting, Jean served I Will Read Your, Entire Life, Past

February 11, and work with Acacia Circle of the Garden ,ved. Of St GabrielThe tin, Mrs. Richard Webber and heart shaped: cookies and coffee. v Present and Futurtl

the Rushing.chapters Programs.on their Spring Club met Thursday, Feb. 13th. The ,club\ Is purchasing; a regular monthly meetingof Mrs. Michael Wedding. Attending were Mrs. Betty Lee,, .ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE

A letter was read Inviting the at 8 p.m. at the home of mrs.Lewis large coffee ,maker t() be used the Mary Martha Guild of St .North Brevard chairman for the FOR ALL WHO NEED HELP
members to attend an area, lunch. Nail, ,121 ,Barna, Ave bytpach hostess for the meetings Gabriel's Episcopal Church Was Tri-City FOR MAJOR SURGERY Witch
For The HAND
SIgn Open Dally Sunday
eon for Beta Sigma Phi's In Or. Mrs. Nall'd lovely contemporary and may .also be rented for private !- held at. the home of Mrs. J. W. Club .Meets Mrs. W :T. Russell 224 Beverly PHONE 277.107 / A. M. ill 10.00: P. M.

lando on March 7th. home was decorated in keepIng gatherings pt II small fee Cuckham, Tuesday afternoon The Tri-City Garden Club met St 4s a patient at Wuesthoff LOCATED 25 MILES WEST OF COCOA OK HIGHWAY' 50
plans were made for the BITHLO FLORIDA
chapter's! card party to beheld ,with Valentine's Day and M..... Wm. Sandusky, Mrs. Ken. February 3rd.Members Thursday at the home ,of Mrs. Hospital at Rockledge, where
both she and )Irs. Win. Ken. H. H. Whitaker( with Mrs. G. M. she submitted to major surgery
February 17th at the home of neth MacLean, Mrs. Wm. Kennedy named to serve: on last .
Mrs. Louise Scandrett. Tickets nedy, co-hostess, used,! ,many and Mrs. Donald Whiting and Simmons as cohostess.The
Departments Standing( committees
may be purchased from any clever ideas in creating flower were appointed to the nominating were; president. Mrs. R. ,P. by Mrs. Howard Parker.
member, arrangements and table decoration ; committee for selecting new Remsch, welcomed ,a. full attendance Mrs. W. W. James gave an PAINT NOW-PAY LATERUP

Mrs. Renee Massa was appointed which ,b 1 end e d .beautifully officers Mrs. Jack Horton, Christian of members and introduced interesting talk on day Lilies,

to work on the Ways with the soft pastels of her Education; Mrs G. M. Simmons, a guest, Mrs. Saide Africaof amaryllis and bulbs very time. TO 5 MONTHS WITH NO HANDLING CHARGE

and Means Cpmmittee for the decor .The door prize, furnished by Christian Social Relations( ; Mrs. CosCob, Connecticut ly as this is the time of year to
remainder of the MM. Whiting, a lavendnr mum Robert Cobb( and Mis. John Mrs. George Urn*in brought consider the lilies and how they
Mrs. Nelda Flynn year., president Syl Rose, County Agent, gavea plant gift wrapped at a valentine hoots, Mission and Supply; Mrs the: ,Historian's book up.to-date grow. In house
and informative paint.
.at Tri City Council, gave a report very was won by Mrs Jansen. William Burr, Publicity and Pro- and presented it to Miss Dorothy During the social: hour Mrs.L. .
talk and discussion landscaping -
on the final plans for the in this ( He Rcfre hments ware: served In motion; Mrs. H. S. Elrod, United Brown, the historian and librarian B. Newman gave each member
county the rpacmus family-dining room Thanks Offering Mrs. A. D. for future entries.
; a miniature
Valentine Bell.Announcement. potted hyacinth
was also madeof emphasized the 'trees, shrubs and the bright ,red cherry tarts Tantpglia, College Work and :The club's landscaping projectis as a Valentine favor and the QUALITY
and plants which flourish best in MAKES
to be Rehabilitation Center
the Cnncer Drive meeting to and valentine candies and cookies Christian Ministries; Ws. C. W.. hostesses( served Valentine cake,
the and the of
area advisability which is located on a high spot of
be held February 10. The fqur carried out the party motif. Kimes, House Committee; Mrs. coffee, nuts and hearts.
using only those which .are ,not ground: at the Titusville Airport.
chapters of Beta Phi In Felix: Sturrlno, Financer; Mrs.R. The next meeting will be heldat
damaged by frost. The nqxt<<: ., meeting will be held They are planning to have an
Titusville are in charge of the M- Alexandria, Chaplain. the home of Miss Brown with
ot ,the home rf Mri. Wm. Clark outdoor play ground for the THE DIFFERENCE
Cancer Drive in North Drevard Many helpful suggestions were Mrs. Burr as co-hostess. Mrs. S. !
with Mri..
R. R. Tlbbetts acting The bouk selected by the chapter children: at the school. This will
size of be A. Kittles III has the
this year. given on plants to : program,
as'co-hostess. Plans also
were "Journey in Faith" was be a beautification challenge for
used!, and and "What'0 New Out of "
fertilization Doors.
Mrs. Nelda : care
Flynn gave a .discussed!! for the group attending distributed among the members the Club as of now it is just a _
very interesting program on"Civic desirability of flowering plants the,Tourat, State Headquarters end plans made for its studY( bleak building on a hill. \
Responsibilities". The not detracting from the architecture In Winter'Pprk'on' April 9th.'Rutfi'Circlet.To throughout the >ear. :Itie' .project chairman, Mrs. D. } SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
of the house itself. He also '
meeting will be held February i >
H. JFlcubee .and the Horticulture
29 at the home of Mrs. Shirley brought up the six week course Ways were discussed for raising yourwatch
committee, Mrs. H. L. Turner
White arid the program wll| be. M landscaping and gardening Meet'The funds by the chapter and SWPOILBASE
: and Mrs. W. W. ,James and Mrs
"Service Project. which will be held at Whispering I plans for making articles for
Ruth circle of the First Ueinsch presented<< landscaping
Those attending ,the meetingwere Hill Elemental School extending the annual Country Fair td beheld
,Presbyterian Church will meet plans and after discussion of details
: Mrs Mary Ellen Duggan, March 10th thru April 14 from in May. a rz. '
Tuesday. Feb. 18th, in the decision was made to
Mrs. Nelda Ethel l 7:30.to: 9:30.: The AAUW and
Flynn Mrs.
church lounge ,at 9:30: a.m. The refreshment hour was start the work at once. i HOUSE PAINT
Krone. Mrs. Peggy lAMia the Garden Club are sponsoring
Mrs. All wuincn of the church are highlighted by a lovely (birthday Mil.: ,Zack Crumpton was elect
Oneta Leutwyler, Mrs. Louise this school and a $l:50:: fee Q
Invited to attend. A baby sitter cake honoring( Mrs. Robert Cobb ,ed to membership. "wonderwatch iv r gives you more
Scandrett Mrs.. will be charged for the course.
Mrs. Marie Lee, and Shirley Mrs White Renee will be provided which was enjoyed by alL :The Mystery Package was won HOUSE PAINT value for your
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Massa. Following the minutes and ---I dollar.
treasurer's report, Mrs. Vernon $

WHISPERING HILLS Jansen, Circle chairman, reported puss

COUNTRY CLUB MI the Workshop which Ac. ? For wood homes, SWP Gloss House Paint cost
ecia hosted on Feb. 10th and less because it lasts
years longer than other oil-
CATERS TO BANQUETSOF thanked the group for their co You're Invited To Visit The ,New .. .. ,. base house painU. It goes on easily.
operation and contributions of Do you look at it and covers
ALL KINDS uniformly dries and
delicious cakes which were ser- wonder exactly what tpugh flexible

BADCOCK FURNITURE fIN .tim it is? Our professional .
watchmaker is FREE !I

SAMUEL J BARR M. THEIR an expert at putting this LAMP
D. -, NEW LOCATION AT .- kind of watch in tip-top

21 East Main St. Titusville shape. Why not bring WITH EACH PURCHASE OF 3 GALLONS OF

FOR THE PRACTICE OF I Come in for your FREE GIFT! overt Prompt service. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 22.

While Here B. Sure To Register For Satisfaction guaranteed.




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.1 CROWNING Sweetheart Kings and quet Friday night. Left to right are Bobby I .klrt end For f
: Queens were crowned during the First Tomberlin and Linda Stevenson, king luplu
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By Mr. Gladys McLendon at the Methodist Church of MlrnsFnd named Sarah Louise and weighed : '
I AM 7-1248 IY. The theme of the proGram 7 lb. and 11: oz Both 'uoiiicr J l COUPON '

I "Let us Pray" was a most cud duUthtci; air doing (..litDont
The annual Sweetheart Banquet "
inspiring message. Rev. Lloyd DUST MOPS
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was Young
Mi.llis of the Mims Methodist
and Intei'mediate a at the Church led in Act of Hipirtince Forget: Join us (for r I R9 1.4' quMvrdy .llt,

Kiist Baptist Church of Mims on Rev Joseph) Boatwright of the spaghetti nipper at Mim Si 'UK.! 1 ", .1.1 fi.mitrait 7 6 C I .
This the
I Friday evening was First Baptist Church of Mlrns Cafetonum at 5:30: p.m on Tuesday | 10HOII fi....
night! of nights when young folks"journeyed" spoke on Prayer of Intercession.Mrs. Frb 18. Your hohUss will Standard, wood dandle. ]

to Paris for a won Roland Webb, Mrs. Arthur be the Mims P TA.Hansbrough. Limit I .itn MUMK thMuak W.d. 9/lt/
derful i evening of entertainment Miller of Mimi Methodist, MrlJ .
1 In the, Church Educational Bldg. C. Patterson of First MethodLt ;,.u.. & &8J&J&!

This was the night to really dress Church of Titusville. Mrs. Sells w. COUPON: .
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up step through the Thomas Jackson of Indian River It I II
the door into the of ,
City Gay City Methodist also took pait In '

Paree.brightly as The the Stars charming were shining couplesI !! trell the program spoke on Mrs Meditation L L. Can of) Scolismoor MotelThe :I I TURPENTINE

found their names leaning on Prayer with scripture readingsby I Reg. 39e full pint C

I miniature Eiffel Towers The Mrs. Wayne Kershner and 10-unit Coronet Motel is j I of' pure gum 19

I tables were decorated in Parisian Mrs. Cyril) McLendon.. Ushers Scottftinoor was sold at auction I .,.......t. 'h.. :....; ';. .'. I I ;urpentlntL

{ motif. Monsieur Joe Boat- were Mrs. G. C. Wright and Mrs. last Friday to G. D. Buchanan .. ............ ...,..=. _. .- --.....:-. ._L1: ::: Limit, a wisp tturtn thrual. .< w.... a/It/ ,
wright was Master of Ceremon- Courtney Porter. of Mims and West Virginia Mr. ONE HAPPY FAMILY-This
Ics During the evening a most considerable is a typical this family forever lie will join (other
delicious dinner was served Buchanan owns American family scene, a father a mother, exchange students, at the close of school: "
t Songs were sung a fashion show, Valentine Tea other property In this area and two boys and a family dog. The differ. and tour the USA, after which he will return COUPONSANIFLUSH-
thawing new fashions was A tea was given in honor of all his son operates Buck's Fish ence here is the young man, second from to his home and enter the Universityof .
6 year students at Mims School Camp west of Mims. right. He is not, in kinship, a member of Johannasburg( where he will study I[

. Guest Cafetorium Friday Feb. 14th. at The Coronet was owned by the Price family, but in every other sense metalurgy. While at the Price home, Les
) were Rev.speakers D. V.for McAllister the evening of 1:30: pm. The refreshment table' Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. McCauley he belongs. The young man is: Les Kennedy and Gary Price, his American brother, I Reg. 30c 20-o7.a :

e.. the Central Baptist Chinch at was decorated in Valentine It was built about 31'Mi, years of South Africa, and for the past have shared secrets that all brothers con. Pour 2 2e : ,
Inc and Paul Newman of Park motif Tins was a "dress up"dCnir ago Mr. Buchanan whose bid year, Les has shared the home and has share. They have had their ups and swish then .. .

. View Baptist Church at Ft. for these students, the was about $25,100, said fie plansto been accepted as an honorary member, at downs but brother Gary, as with Mr. and flush
. fierce. Highlighting a wonderful first big event of the year for enlarge and improve the motel, least, of the R. L. Price family. Les is a Mrs. Price, dreads the day when Les will \ Limit' 1 .UH WUMII thrwiaN, W..t. 1/11 .
1- evening of Christian fellow. them. They were entertainedwith and possibly list it for sale later. foreign exchange student and in his senior have to leave. "It's like losing a sOr\",

snip on which a gay day was toe folk( dancing, games and The sale was handled by the year at Titusville High School. The school Mrs. Price said, "and I don't even like to -
presentation' of' the King* and contests Later they were served Han'brough( National Realty & year is drawing to( a close and the moment think about it"-(S-A Photo). COUPON -_
Queens chosen cake, punch and a chocolate Auction Co. of Oilando. is quickly arriving when Les will leave r
by popular vote.
heart.:! Mrs. Gordon Con- '
:Representing the Intermediates I'RONINPAD & OVER
icily, chairman was assisted by
was King Bobby Tomberlin and Mrs. James Snook, Mrs. }Hubert Of Who Took I _
Queen Linda Stevenson and representing Blair and Mrs. Joseph Scott! Majority People Star-Advocate: Classifieds; Get Quick; Results! ,; SET aet. 1.49 tit"

the young people silicone/ cIne

King Queen Kenneth Shealy. Stevenson and Wedding Shower GED Tests Eligible For DiplomaSixty i [J] & foam paJ.SMTuncfflTin 3 9c J, t fi")1"

Mrs. Ann (Hutcheson) Mullim Now fs-.fftct ffoie i: L 1
Limit I wasp thewsi Wed 2/11/
Th. was guest of honor at a wedding of the sixty-five persons) and is designed to acquaint the wewn. -
World Day of Prayer
shower given for her at the who took the General Education student with the various disc! nf'
The Churches of Indian River home of Mr. Billy Taylor re. pimps which are normally taughtIn -in
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Mims, unit
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ed in The World successfully( passed the tests and _
Day of Prayer,
many nice and useful !:lft.t. are eligible to receive the Flor- The GED tel>t buttery is administered i 1 PLASTIC BONNET a
Games were played and prizes Ida High School Equivalency by Tillman' at the .iceJ. I RAIN )
FOR EVERY HOUSE won by Mrs. Joe Lee Walker Diploma, according to Chettrr E. wla ae 1ge
FURNISHING NEEDMATHER'S conclusion of each semester. The I qualify r
and Mrs Avon Price. Mrs Tillman, test administrator at C
next test session will be held In plastic bonne' 6
Charli s Clark won door prize. Drevard Junior College '
the early part of Jim?. Iiuliv- and
of NEW SMYRNACall Keficshmcnts! of angel food cake U case Ii
The ten.hour battery of tests Is uals desiring more information
Coll.cf 42841)1ttftf and ice .
cream, punch, nut and Llmll i rllA .uf.n .h..h W.4. 2/11
(concerning the high;: school equivalency
Smyrna Baach tiny candy hearts was servedto one of several requirementswhich
program; at the junior
the following guests: Mrs. an applicant who deal not
THE PET SHOP Ralph Sharpe, Mrs. Avon Price, hold a high school diploma must college 6367221.should contact Tillmanat COUPON ? ?
Mis Hubert Tomberlin, Mrs. fulfill in order to( become eligible'

'Everythlng! For Your P.r" Rudolph Spear, Mrs. C. 11. Clark, for the. state equivalency ctrtifIcatc. oJpt-fitilfe V I ALISReg. I HONIAIRTC '

Fancy Collars Lash. Toy Mrs Joe< Lee Walker Mn. R. GEORGE M. McCUTCHAN 1'1't I

Budge, Flth' Kuppios Supplies T Taylor Mrs. Courtney Porter Tillman noted that the unusually Mortgage Broker 1.03 7 ot. botEf" | C
174 N. Orang., Orlando GA 3.1742 Mrs. Douglas McLendon Mrs. high rate of success on the Home tleofVitflli.by, ,; Biii- 9'
J. W Erwin Mrs. W. S. Austin, part of those who attempt the Residential your lot' Myerl Co. QsV I. ,
THE FLORIDA SHAVER Mrs. Louis( Hutcheson, Mrs. test has not been equalled In ,
Delbert: Mulling, Miss Lane Hut past test administrations. Commercial) I Bank Limit I wile. MUWK Hlrxivh. w.4. tilt
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Makes ctuson, Miss Janice McLendon Most of the individuals who
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Parts In Slock-Sam. Day Sarvle' Mrs. John Griner, Mrs. Rufus completed a course In high 201 Magnolia FHA ModernizationLoan COUPON Z -_ ;
70 Vu,. Expri.nc* Shape and Mrs. Cyril McLendon. school review which Is offeredby I
395 N. Orange-Orlando. GA 3 IMS the junior college, Tillman Phone Titutvlll I ; CREST

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Livings laid The high school review 261.7121Skillet PASTE
Learn Halntyllng Now I ton the course is offered I'8ch semester>> I
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A Pyramid!! Publishers has' announced
the release of Arthur J,

Vulnerable Are We? Long Fight Won :: f Arnold'novel entitled new historical"BEHOLD Civil War MY fr _

B.R OTII E:1\\."

In the light of the frequency of unsolved acts of Sabotage The long, hard fight to abolish payment of a poll tax' .tM This t-wo\ing, refreshinglynew

against the Florida East Coast Railroad, It is fright- as a prerequisite to voting has finally been won, and has J novel runs the full gamut of
the political, social, economic and
ening to think what trained saboteurs might accomplishhere become the 24th Amendment to the Constitution. moral Issues which divided a nAtion "

in this strategic area. Senator Spessard Holland (D-Fla.) oddly led this and, in time even divided ;
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noble fight and his efforts, along with others, have been the lives and fortunes of' 'two t
One thing for sure, every unsolved and unpunishedact compensated with South Dakota becoming the 38th state k great families, the Cameron and r! e. :'

amounts to an invitation to those who harbor ill will the Beecters.
to ratify the amendment.
against the United States end some reside not too Through his lead character,.
While only five states required payment of the tax Wesley Ctifleitm, and an .inter
far away to come in and try their hand. It Is begin- at the time the amendment became effective, the anti. I JAPANESE ART- Mrs. James Cooper, left, of TitusvilleArt eating supporting' cast of characters ,

to look easy. quoted law remained in our Constitution and could only :J League, and George Morgan, president Citizens Bank Mr. ArloWs dramatic portraits
look over a modern Japanese painting, one of many to be of these/! people develops r
As these unsolved criminal acts have almost 'attaining be amended by the ratification of 38 states as providedin
displayed at the bank for next two ,weeks. The exhibit, into an eloquent story of the Jeep,

to look easy the same. under sponsorship of Art League, is part of Ringling Mu- passionate emotions on both I

we become? la IhU the work of some mastermind 'who It is noteworthy that Senator Holland, a southerner, seum Art collection.-(S-A Photo). sides, North and South, that ended

is outsmarting investigating officers? tarried the brunt of this fight for many years. We know In in secession and finally the
The loves and
tragedy of war.
the satisfaction of a job well done amply
We hear talk of equal rights and Civil rights on every senior Amendment compensatesour Florida Power And conflicts of the characters involved
senator as the 24th to the Consti- Light give the reader a. vivid I'
hand. Are rights not being violated in these dastardlyacts tution becomes the law of the land. and memorable emotional exper

? I ience.In Arthur Arnold i

This sabotage and attempted murder on the FEC tine Pay Dept. Now Paying Waj Executive To Be: Honored, Mr. Arnold"BEHOLD!! has MY ably BROTHER", objectivelyand Republican In 1940. I

is a shame and disgrace to the State of Florida and to with an open mind shown, During World War II, !Mr. Arq.

the United States. What action has been demanded by McGregor Smith, Florida Power both sides of the coin In that epic old saw combat in the Asiatic
The January report of the Brevard County office of and Light Company chairmanof struggle between the two very Pacific theatre, receiving his dj\,
Governor Senators and ? This
our our Congressmen is
the Florida Probation and Parole Commission is heartening the board and the utility's different societies in the North charge from the navy In August.
a grave reflection on) their ability to get things don to chief executive officer for 25 ,4ti and South the social and political 1945.
protect the citizens of our great state.The and, we think, worthy of editorial note. yean, will be honored by the overtones which to this day affect( Upon his return to civilian lift{"

These individuals156 probationers and 90 parolees University of Tennessee Saturday our thinking and way of life. he entered government servi

proportions reached in this campaign of hate earned a combined total income for the month of as 'Engineer of the Year." Margaret Cousins, author and with the Veterans Administrate

and revenge demands the immediate aUout'effort of J3,182.80 and expended $45,432.67 of this amount for liv- The Nathan W. Dougherty i. former rrumging editor of "Mc.Call's" ..in.Newark, N.J. until his retlr.

our law enforcement agencies it tears at the heart of ing expenses for themselves and their families. Award for 1963, given each yearto ?N Magazine, who reviewed ment In 19. 7.
on outstanding leader In the ""BEHOLD WY[ BROTHER" for After his retirement he casket
our principles of democracy and breeds ridicule and This would indicate that a large majority of this engineering field, will be presented "MeCall's'1 vrote Mr. Arnold her to Titusville, where he has d\

contempt) both at home and abroad. And it endangers group, having paid their debt to society, are now pay- to Smith at the Florida Impression "of "BEHOLD MY voted full time to serious wr 1.

the lives of our citizens. ing their way as citizens, which is as it should be. Engineering! Society's banquet, B.ROTHER. ing. Mr. Arnold Is presently
second novel
7 p.m., at the Everglades Hotel. "We were very pleased with working on his aitj
We join with the mayor of New Smyrna Beach in We know not who these individuals are or in what Dean Armour T. Granger of your novel BEHOLD MY BRO. has written short stories ffy\

asking President Johnson to intervene. In the meanwhilewe occupational work they are now engaged we are only the University's College of Engineering McGrtgor Smith THER and: liked it very much. It magazines. He lives with his! wife
is certainly II good story and Wilhelmina and their two teenad0
Interested in their continued good behavior and who will be in Miami
call on Governor Bryant to look objectively at this respon- "
engineering, and served ai vntten. children, Joan and Conrad, jult
problem, which has gone past the innocent proposition of sible role as taxpaying citizens, which they have assumed especially for the presentation in president of the Louisiana Power Arthur J. Arnold was born in outside of Titusville in the heart

men striking against a business it has reached the ser-, With the help and guidance of the Commission and gineers'conjunction Week with, observed National! !"Mc!:n- & .Light Company before moving Kings Park, Long Island. He of Mlssilcland, U.S.A. and y

local supervisors. : i to Miami in 1939, first asFPL's spent his childhood and youth In stone's throw from Cape Keel),
ious problem of whether or not murder is to be prevent Gregor Smith has certainly con.tl'IL'lItcd
Dannemore, New York. He at. icily
ed. These offenders have paid for the mistakes they to the prestige of our vice president and gen and tended school/! ) In Plattsburgh, Copies of "BEHOLD MY BRA
eral then president
made may they continue to pay their way, not only University by his outstandingcareer. manager New York, and after graduation THER" may be obtained at Belli]>(
The right of preservation tf property rights is at ." directur.in, the same year.
financially, ,but by conducting themselves as orderly from Mt.ssumptlon Institutein Lindsey Book Dept.. Pig Apple
stake Governor Bryant where's the national guard? Smith was nominated for the The 'new president settled that city, entered newspaper ,Plaza, Titusville and leadify
Brevard citizens.
. award by retired University ot many thorny controversies in work on the Plattsburgh ,Daily bookstores in other areas.
Tennessee Professor which .khe hew company was involved '
R. C. Matthews
: The Winter I and, in the process vir.tuAlly"destroyed -
; Olympics now a Ft. Lauderdale
Tax Benefits ComingIt resident. Cited, among other the public's concept ,
that a public utility figureby
things, were the FPL official's
The showing our United States team made recent- role in directing the company'svast nature Is some sort of stuff-
appears likely that the Tax Bill will be passed byW "
shirted "Ir en demon. i
; .at the Winter Olympics' In Innsbruck. Austria, has. expansion program over
the Senate and become effective in the not-to-distant r
been held out to a considerable mount of undue ridicule. the years and "the manner in Siring ;.t>cejent te(l .ttrikinglj! *"* 1

future. which he made friends of former new,.II not unorthodox image,

True, our team captured only six medals one of enemies of his company," with his "shirt sleeve" policy' c'I
The bill the House in and
adopted by September Both alumni and his for the
which was gold but our amateurs were competing non-alumni and penchant playing
approved in January by the Senate Finance Committee are eligible for the honor and harmonica, which he claims
against seasoned professionals In !most of these events.
without change, will likely come up for vote in the Sen final selection is made by a helps him think and for which

J Most of the countries competing at Innsbruck subsidize ate this week or next. Administration forces will en- special committee appointed by he became known from Miamito
Dean Granger.The New York and points west.
their Olympic program and too, they are recognized deavor to dispose of) the bill before the Civil Rights debates -
84-year-old Smith is regarded Smith? who became FPL'alirat
Js strong winter sports countries with all the necessary which could) prove lengthy get underway in as one of Florida's leading chairman of the board in

higredients weather-and-terrain-wise which they the Senate. industrialists and one of the 1994, is credited with bringing

have developed to support these sports. Benefits under the new tax bill will take effect Immediately state' most influential men. He millions of dollars in new industry I s r. .
graduated from the University of to Florda while at the sam
in the of providing boostto
hope a
; The United States, a fairly newcomer to the winter upon passage Tennessee in 1921, with a Bachelor time ,guiding his own companyin :
our lagging economy. of Science degree in civil unprecedented growth from a
ports arena on this scale does not the }
many Under the bill the tax reductions come in two steps small 220,000 kilowatt company ,
necessary advantages, climatic and otherwise, to the extent :- immediately following V-J Dayto
the first affecting 1964 income, the second affecting income -
that do most participating countfies. Manager Report a gross capability of morethan'lwo ,
. in 1965 and after. '.
and a half million kilo
: ? Our youngsters deserve a pat on the back for their The present withholding rate of 18 percent on wages watts. .

. efforts in these events they were entirely outclassed and salaries drops to 14 percent when the new tax bill Covers Variety Innovations pioneered by

: Jn many and, mind you, could have shown up worse becomes law, or) at the time stipulated in the final ver- FPL under Smith include outdoor

: than they did. sion, possibly 1965. In the event of the latter date, a ) plant construction, hurricane
Of Cily Items restoration procedure,
slightly less reduction will govern in 1964.
: If we expect to win medals in most every event in mobile power plants, Fuse-Break 4t
Business also benefits from lower rates under the
Report to the city council by er coordination and a dealer
the winter Olympics we too will have to subsidize our
: proposed bill. Effective in 1964 the corporate rate goes City Manager Cleveland Tal- development plan.

- program as our competitors have done and even, this down from 30 to 22 percent on the first $25,000 profit. madge last week covered such 'fhe utility executive is a '. t"t r tt
: gives us no assurance. The competition Is keen and many items as a safety course, fire. board member of Eastern Air C t'
On the excess earnings above $25,000, the present rate of t
: factors enter into the performance' of these daring feats hydrant installation building, lines, Inc., and the Federal Reserve .. _._
52 percent drops to 50 in 1964 and 48 percent in 1965. permits and fire alarms. Bank of Atlanta. He also .
: fin ice and snow. GIFT OF APPRECIATION -, Mrs. Eula Miley (left),
. Large companies, undet the bill, will be required to The report follows:: is a. University of Miami trustee presented A gift in behalf of Area Girl Scout leaders to

: We feel that our team deserves a vote of thanks from speed up their tax payments, advancing gradually to a "A ten-hour( safety course will and ie'rvei 'In a similar capacity Mrs. Leah Conley recently in appreciation for the yearsof
basis. be given to all department heads forte American Heritage Foundation. voluntary service, Mrs. .Conley has'given to the local
: each of us for proudly carrying our colors at Innsbruck. pay-as-you-go and supervisors under the auspices in-
Other memberships
G. S. MI'!. Conley/- out-going neighborhood
: They were, at least in there trying. Better luck next Other changes, too numerous to mention, providetax of the Florida Industrial cludee'prahge. Bowl Committee program received
/) chairman of No. Brevard, : a engravedbon
: time U. S. A.! relief in certain categories and expenditures which Commission beginning February ,'Flllrlc1a Engineering Society bon dish (Carlson'Phqtb).
17th and running through February
. will benefit tax: payers generally. and tnf.Urtited: : Fund.
21st. The meeting hours : /.
: Under the House version of the bill the total cut will be from 10:00: a.m. to 12:00: ..
U. S. '
Oppose PolicyIt amounts to $11.1 billion while under the' Senate Com- noon in the Council Chambers.

mittee version the cut is $11.5 billion v making it the "City Forces are continuingthe

is now quite clear that most European maritime biggest tax cut ever voted in Congress.It the Installation newly consolidated of fire hydrants areas.in SAVE

nations, along with Japan, oppose the United States is hoped the tax: cut, when passed, will benefit our Work is still in progress for

effort to boycott or ban shipping to Cuba. economy as planned. While it will put more money into sandblasting and painting of all rLaLa

At a recent meeting in London, nine ministers united circulation, if by the same token it Increases our deficit fire After hydrants this work throughout has been the done city.by 7 '

E in expressing their opposition to our policy which they spending, any benefits would only be false ones. the contractor, city: personnel will Where Your Dollar

Federal expenditures are the sole gwardlan of the paint the domes of the fire '
j termed one of "flag discrimination". These countries account Work Harder .
soundness or the fallacy of a tax cut at this time. hydrants with reflectorised paint.
for well over one-half of the world's shipping and "We plan to begin renovatingan
In passing the bill Congress must accept for themselves a ( and 'Grows, Bigger!
this poses a serious problem for the U. S. I office on the second floor of I' a .
far thriftier role than that to which they have grown ac the Fire Department headquarters ? ,

While this in no way alters our position tt does increase customed. for the newly appointed Recreation at tie \

the task or goal at hand of curbing Castro's expansion Director. The hallway i ik FOR THIS
to the second floor will be NO
: in Latin America. Too, it would appear our rote in Titusville (Florida) StarAdvocateEstablished leading repainted, and the office to be YEAR'S &/ \/ p HIGHERHATE

organization of American States (OAS) becomes greater used by the Recreation Director WAIT 'Y\

in light of this revelation.It will be painted. t .. -,
1880 P3A "The Building Inspection Department .

: is regrettable that these European nations do not Publish! Mondays, 1 has issued :5* building

heed our warning about the Castro regime mere Wednesdays, and FrldaytBy I 4 p I permits from the lint of. Feb- IT DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE KV/E/fe YOU ,SAVE .
: stooges of Khrushchev and the true Red threat posed .AC1M.... ruary totaling
the two weeks the
Tltusvllle Star-Advocate, Inc to y past
: to our South American neighbors. It is hoped they will 0 Fire Department has answered :n 'F tal.ii
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Local Driver I S : SportsNEWS Friday Night Game To 'Gel Over"By \

Rennio Hughoi ing 6'5'' Roger Woodhury to! the

(cay Ronnie Huthe.) AND VIEWS If you're one of the 150 Terrier line and he sank his only ,Ihot,
followers who traveled to making the score. 20.
A disintegrated piston, knocked
Cocoa Friday night, you probably Ray Cowart, Titusville's tallest
Pick Robson at Titusville out of sat in the atamU( during the man at 8'4". recovered( a rebound -

competition midway through the final two quarters, wishing (.he and hit a fade-awaysnot*
1,243 mile Daytona Continental would from the left side of the
game hurry ,and get over. basket
ftpoiU car race at Daytona Beach t\ )b Parkway for the third the
Cagers consecutive content tying game 2-2 with 4:27: left,

Sunday. ;s in two weeks, Titusville High Cocoa's Stinnet made it 4-2'with
I School basketball team has
Destined to exhaust either man 4:0: with a hot Irom the cofner

or machine the Continental, '. been completely disorganized, but Jarrrll turned the table! <.a.nd
longest scheduled race in America Friday night, in Cocoa. they were drove for the basket sinklp" a
almost "disconnected," 39-27. lay-up and tying the scorti 44.
claimed Robson's 1961 MGA
while approaching the East turnon Take Six GamesParkway Many funs began wondering If SUn net hit one with 2.58: left.
they would ever break the 20
Daytona's famed banked 6'8" Bob Sooner recovered: A rebound
point mark Sure enough, it
dunked with feC8
course approximately one mile "A'- '."_.'-' ",,",111.. I.In..--. 1k......,.. .In".....o....,..i"'A....."' L'. .__ .L _, ;__ ;. ,
from uunn nit one
the pit area, after completing cram me siuc pmi
Junior High's three left to play in the third quarter, Cocoa wilted into the
100 trips around the were Parker 12 7ltn- sdtutes flooded the floor. dreeing
track. basketball teams iwept througha merman 5, Eu'rhart 4, Rathff 3, Grimm was high point man trailing 41-20 rooms with a 10-7( lead. ,

Driving at a speed of over 110 pair of tripleheaders over the port 2. Coffy 2. McClure t. Hauk with 12, followed by UoVicse 7, It wasn't what we could clan- Throughout the second quarter
weekend with smashing success t Kahn 6, Roberts 5, 4 Ify as a basketball game. It was
miles per hour, Jack Jacobson, Cauloy and the remainder of the cpme,
Robson'i co-driver, coasted the OUT OF THE RACE-Dick JRobson's 1961 MGA is shownat -winning all six of the tilts. leading rehotindcrs wore Fort Cooper 3, Elswick 2, Quinn 2, a battle of lungs slinging cow Cocoa took possession of the

car into the pit area where an a pit stop during the DaytQna Continental,sports car The 7th grade cagers upped and Parker. Thompson 1. bells and false sircni. Despiteall Scoreboard in leaps and bottnds,'

investigation was made by the race Sunday Dick was knocked out of competition mid- their season mark to 3-2 by defeating Leading rebounders were Kahn efforts, Titusville was just leading 2210 at half time' and

pit crew and the trouble was way in the race. (S-A Photo). Southwest here Friday Joe Kyle and Marvin Clark and Cooper. plain out-yelled, for what it's 41-22 at the end of the third pen
found to be a blown engine. night 30-18 and Central Junior ltd the 8th graders: to their narrow Saturday Night worth. iod.
High of Eau Gallie there 2318Saturday. 24 18 win over Southwest Parkway's seventh graders had The Terriers couldn't got a
Pedro Rodriguez of Mexico Foyl And Roberts Demonstrate Kyle had six points and Clark to come from behind for their 25- shot from the outside or inside An average' of every 41 seconds

City, Mexico, won the endur The 8th graders continued undefeated five. Parkway held a narrow 8.6 18 win over Central JII In Eau because of Cocoa'a itrong defense. someone was fouled. ._..

ance race in 1963 Ferrari aver and now hold a 7-0 record margin at the end of the first Gallie. The Pirate (team failed to They had( trouble hitting Paul Matthews fouled outwith*
aging a speed of nearly 100 miles Skill To Win 250 Miler They downed Southwest 24- period 16-11 at halftime and 19- score in the first quarter and the goal, or backboard when they 5:38: left In the third quarter and hour SaturdayA did, because they rushed was replaced by big Dean ,f-ot: :.
per which Included nearly 18, to pin the first defeat of the 13 at the end of the third period.. fell behind 3.0. They were behind were
five hours of night driving. season on the Melbourne team Following Kjlc and Clark In at halftime 9-6 but took: a tremendously. After they shot Bob Comparato fouled out with
Car No. pair of American stock car After Gurney was forced to and missed, they claimed few 7:30: left in the game and lloyd
14, a Cobra, driven by and came back with an easy 41- scoring were V\hby 2, Evans 2, 17-12 I lead by the end of the third
Dave McDonald led the first partof aces, A J. Foyt of Houston and abandon his Lotus and walk backto 21 victory over Central. Nobles 2, Newton 2, Scraggs 2, period. rebounds. What other troubles Wessinger who had played most

the race, but caught fire whilein Glenn (Fireball) Roberts of Daytona the pits, Foyt's only challengerwas The 9th graders matched the Edwards 2, McAshan! 1. Pickering and! port with 6 could a tram have of the game alternating with'' Tim
the pits and an hour later Fireball Roberts In a Ford Leading rvboundcrs Just the same Cocoa's gymnasium Barrowrnan, was playing as si
was demonstrated their skill lOis grade: record at S 2 with victories were Newton apiece led the scoring, followedby
withdra wn.Before Falcon Sprint. Clark and Edwards. McClure 4 was filled and over flowing regular.
over Southwest 42-33 and Ratliff 4, McMast-
against a field of sports car drivers
Although Roberts finished four with people standing aroundthe The victory made number 22
hauling into the pits, Central 4121. era 2, Parker 2, Everhart 1. !
Robson'i MGA was in sccpnd! Saturday to take first and laps behind the ]leader, he kept The Southwest ninth grade Leading rebounders wore Cof goal for Cocoa and the defeat was Tf-

place in his class, GT-II.)) second place In the 230-mile the Falcon Sprint well ahead of Friday Night team was also! undefeated( until fy porf) and Parker. As staled before, the Terriers' tmville's eighth compared fo It
Robson who drove the car for American Challenge Cup race. some of Europe's most respect. :The 7th grade took an early Parkway defeated them 42-33:! best scoring effort was in the wins.

the first hour and a half, madea Foyt finished first in a Chevrolet ed .racing machines. lead and were never headed in Friday The local team led( 11 6 tint quarter. Matthew fouled Seemer tossed in 19 points for
pit stop, taking on oil and also .powered Scarab after his A British Lotus 23 with Ed their 30-18 victory over Southwest at the end of the first period 20- Central took an early lead in Cocoa's W Hirry Dunn with Cocoa fallowed by Bob Stinnett
letting Jacobson take the wheel. only close rival, Dan Gurney of HuRai behind the wheel finished Friday nicht The locals led 14 at halftime and 29 20 going the Hth grade game and were 6.-SO:: left in the first quarter with 17 and Harry. Dunn with 13:

The entire pit crew was caught Costa Mesa, Calif., in a Lotus third while German Porches took 17-4 at the end of the first period into the final quarter At one time making a big nttempt to upset giving the Tigers the lead, 1.0. Larry Jarrell was the only Titusville

somewhat off guard when Rob- Ford, dropped out in the 40th lay the next three positions. Just to 19-12 at .halftime and 25-13 in the fourth quarter the Pirates the undefeated Parkway team Exactly one minute later, Matthews player to hit doublq figures .

ion made the first stop, becauseit with gear box trouble. prove the point, a second .Falcon at the end of three quarters. led by 20 poInts before sub-/ but the locals "found" them- I fouled again, this time send scoring 11 points.
was unexpected. Before Curney's Lotus devel. Sprint finished seventh, with Walt selves In the second quarter and -

oped trouble, the Chevrolet.pow. Hans gen of New Jersey in V1C smashed out a 41-16 vIctory I
Averaging little over 78 ered Scarab and Ford-powered bucket. Terriers Turn Cold" In Final Central led 6-4 at the end of the "" 1'11111111This

.miles per hour Jacobson made Lotus swapped the lead position Foyt completed the race with first period, but the Pirates

1the second pit stop after 44 'laps 16 times. out one pit stop. came through with a IB point vc- ,[

,right round front the tire.field to change a Half And Lose 44-42 To Eau GallieTitusville's ond at !halftime.quarter; At effort the and end( of I led three 207 \ Week CnIyat!!! : p4

a. From here,on, most of ,the periods, the Pirates were ahead
>-' / News Terriers "turped dor el. 3013.
i stops went .aanfle1ntlFthe'ie8gine : -r Bowling
\ fcUw. | ,cold" again in their final home Having defeated the Eau Gallie Scorers were Kyle and! Edwards i'ttont
game of the season Saturday five 70-11 a month ago, the Terriers
After being forced off the 8 each, Evans 6, Scraggs
track, Robjcn jokingly. said, night and lost a heart breaker were rated at favorites and 5, Clark 4, Nobles 3, Newton 2,
"Well we'll bt back in there Koffoe League Lady Keglers 4442 to the Eau Gallie Com mo- opened play that way. Twitty 2, Queen 1 found 1,
The local five led 18 12 at the
next year, I hope. Leading roboundori were
High Individual game: Joan High individual game: Vera Brandenburg, 200 P. Huckleberry end of the first quarter and! helda Clark, Newton, Scraggs, and Ed BRAKEADJUSTMENT
"But one thing for sure/*' Rob- Satterfield, 226; Doris Funk- Wilson, 220; Joan Bleakley, 200. 203 B. ; 2822 martin at tialftime. wards.
; Thompkins, 202
ion added, "I'm glad it wasn't houser, 214. High individual series: Nancy ; But Eau. Gallie came driving
D. Carlson, 200 J. A. Lanoue, '
some small thing that went High individual series: Doris Chamberlain, 333: ; Vera Wilson, ; back At the end of the third period
200; 214; G. Koomjlan, 200 and The Parkway 9th graders cot
wrong, like a generator, starteror Funkhouser, Sit; Cathy Browne, 529. the Terriers had a narrow l.
218; F. Thurlow, 204, 224; B. off to a fast start and simply
something of this nature.\ At 570. High team game: Harrington 34-32 margin.
Reed 215 P. overwhelmed the
; Smith 212; P Fry, Eau tiallie :
least we went out in one big Cleaners, 726. Larry Jarrell Sari Bob Comp
High team game: Steele's Tavern -
201; O. K. Thackrey, 222, 200. freshmen: 41-21, The Pirates helda
blow.] If it had been something 584. ,High team series: Conn Cars, ) ......lIn. Hun l.nol arato each had 14 points for the 122 margin at the end of the
small that we counldn't fix, High team series: First Mort. 2061 Gus Faulk Chevrolet 4V 41) Terriers followed by Ray Cowart OUR BRAKE EXPERTS DO ALL THIS WORK:
first 21-6
Little. Tavern quarter, at halftimeand
like the r a d I 11 I o r hose trouble 1643.Splits 47 22 8, Tim Barrowinan 4 and Paul C
gage :Splits converted Glenna Hal HAG: Shirt lettering 41 2H
: 30 1.1 at the end of three per Pull Front Whe-l_Iiuiwct
in the Whiteman Trophey Dash converted : K. Youn,. loran, 3-10; Sally White, 5-7; Ann $HuclweUrr pace. Palming* Inc. 87 38* m au',* Matthews 2. 1 I Your Hr.k. Lining, and Vrum.
last year, I think I would have blood, 5-6; G. Halloran, 3-10 and Anderson, 36; Bet Lust, 6-7-10; T O MunlO 87 3J Chip Lee of Eau Gallie led both lods.Kahn topped all scorers with 0 '

thrown up my hands and quit." 2-7-8; E. Holmes, II. Carbon, Connie Arnold 5-7; Clem Mat-\ Virginia Fried Mnuora Chicken 30 117 3.1 3iMainolla : teams with 18. 15 points, followed by Grimm 8, 2 %(VhecI lean and 1iearliss'I Repack Front '

Robson, whose MGA was developing Vienozendii, T. Lake 3-10; 6. 'ejka, 57.9; Helen Langglc, 5-7j; Tltuavllla)Tfrraiio l'Ue)) and< :38 3.1 Cooper 6, DeViese 3, Figueredo' 4, J r..
less power than tome of Bade, 3-10 and 3710.Sl.ncllnin Gloria Sieber, 3.7; Phonnle Johns, LaUranc. Ororary M 34 Harrowman 2, Evans 2, and : ) Adjuot Itraltee and Add n.RVY
the other the Novo Cabinet: Uhop 3,1 80 Evans Moves I Duty JIrak. FluId II nHf-d!
large machinery on Won I o l 3-10; Elouise Norman, 457; Quinn 1.Kahn ; '
R 13 Shirt lettering. 67 21: Flreaton 25 4U) r.
track, said one time, he noticed Pond' W..trrn Auto 53 27 Mickey Jobe, 3-10; Kitty Kunisch, BrmdlovM Teiaoo :27 41 and Cooper wore leading 4 Repack Front Wheel Bearing .-
a large amount of smoke inside Flrit Mortgage 62'4 27M Elk 27 U ,
Siesta Mnlal. (1 29 6-7. Tltuavllla Auto Patti 2ft 32 rebounders. :
,' the car. Justk's Home 61114 2916" maiullnaa" W"on I.out Floorco ]g* 6J I* Past CocoaOrlando 4 "
Rteclaa Tawrn! 48 32 ZFORONLYsi19;
Hhattera Plata Hardware 64 84
"But, It was only one of those Goons. Barlty Rial 45% ,14* w..trn Auto B2'4 35'4 Wednesday Night The Parkway teams have open :.
big Ferarris or Cobras," he !Lf.. BoutBtrn. Cleaneri Kaon. 4.214 46'V'" 3KI smMaiur ...,' Harrlnjrton Cleaner. 52 8tiurior Evans moved post dates this week and will play .
]laughed, "You get used to them ,. a: steele as1* 411..v... HIcbar'f'a, JCInf I Aircraft M 49 87 39 High individual ga.m: Bill Cocoa in the state prep basketball Satellite there on February 29.

after a while, they come buzzing! Artalr Fat, Boy.Beauty 8no|> 3S 38 4Day' 42 Ch.rrjMon Mwllla Acct.Mobile tfcrvlr Honca 41 47 41 41 Sasko, 233; Tom Hallocati, 227. poll for last week's activity. They have a pair of garnet the ,
;" Cleall r. 25'4 WH4J. With 19.3 record. Evans obtained following week to wind lip' the !
past hitting about 50 miles an COnn Can 44*" 4Hi" High Individual lories: Bill .
K. Evana Aaaoc 29 61 Pin' Orov. Ion 44*" 43*" 109 points to 04 for the '
hour faster, but I have my lane Briton Pontiac 28 62 Keel fnaur.nc. 4/1( 48 Sasko, 626; Tom Halloran 15/,8. Tigers season.
and they have theirs, and every PltketMcy Servlca ffta..A. 'filnlow 20 54 Cutter mom.' Inc. 3H 60 High team game: Kathy'sSteak with a 222 record Coaches and administrators of
thing js fine. The smoke was a Atlantic Plumbing 25* Mtt" f'lnt Macko'a National jMuntt Bank 3d 8.1 61)M) House, 839. Miami High 11-1 held onto first the Parkway School have voiced
little irritating" Joyce Plumbing 28 66 Cltlaeo'a Bank 27*" 60'-' High team series: "I'' and G place, followed by St. Petersburg appreciation to local fin lor

Mnsir.. !. 2412.. High 20-1, Tam PI Hillsborough their fine support this year.
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Robson said the leak in the Nelson .Ins. League Classic League 111..11.. w. I..... 18-1. Riviera Beach 220, Miami "Our gates have been the best

front oil seal early in the race SInS Vpaceonli National Hank U 12 4 4 Poach. 19.2, Evans lt-3. Cocoa 22- we have ever had and the boys
had nothing to do with the engine High individual game, Vera Match\( Results; ..F.lk'I;] over Virginia uriC Mortfaca Corp. II 8 2, Daytona Beach Mainland. 153. have appreciated the support -

blowing. Wilson, 213; Glenna Miner, 189. ) Fried ,Chicken, ,-iI; Space Ray T&SMuoIo Ntlioa' Inaurancc II J1 8Dufty' II Jacksonville Pa>ton 20-3 and they have been given," coaches .
Only about 20 of the registered High individual series: Vera: Painting! our Firestone, 2-1; '.* R.nt urant, 9 7Jobs. Pensacola High 17-4. pointed out.

I JT completed the race. Wilson, 328; Glenna Miner,, 526. Magnolia Liquors over T and -G ,'.Landwaplnf teak HOUMOaKwar 7 7 I IKatb ; ___
Finishing second was a Ferrari High team game: BudweiserNo. Music 3-0; Budweiser over Nova Lm,. S 1/1 BRAND NEW :
i driven by David Piper of 2 and First National Bank, Cabujot. lap. ;3P; LjUles Taverp Maaonry 4 SVat'woa 13 I.t zrc IIt_
London. England; third, Ferrari 378. farts Bak a 13
t over Titusville A"te! 2-11'; _
driven by Ritchie Ginther, Los High team series: Eudwelser GUI Faulk Chevrolet over LaGrange Vi'efO"t :

I. Angeles, Calif; and fourth, Ferrari No. 2 and First National Bank, Grocery, ,-0; -Titusvlll ES ,

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/ I ,* (Florida) Star Adve ate Monday, February. 17, 1H4
This Is Nal'l -
Dr. Wilson

Hood Avenue Ditch Subject EngineeringWeek

I Selected In Nation

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The world's largest space: _

Of City-Owner laboratory, Cape Kennedy and __
By Jaycees; the thousands Atlantic Missile of highly-h Range, 'lined houses p _

scientific minds, representing as

water, which winds Dr. J Druce Wilson presidentof many complex disciplines that My

np breeding mosquitoes and en. Urcvard Junior College, was con be found within such a } t { A
cburaging growth of weeds is named as one of the five Outstanding small area.

otie of the prime reasons for Young Men of the Stale lli\ 'cause of the mass association

complaints of a dirty ditch along of Florida Saturday by the Florida of technical minds at Capo -

Hood Avenue by Paul Israel. 233 ea I Junior Chamber of Corri. Kennedy, organizations and soc 1

Hixid' Avenue and some of) his r yM merce at their state meeting held ieties have been formed for the a .

neighbors in Panama City. exchanging of ideas among these
Appearing before the city coun The announcement was hailed and
and women! ,
ell last wick, Israel made an by Bob Weldon, president of men have EXPLAIN ENGINEERING-Earl Lauber, Zeus and the Mercury projects. He is a
some of programspertaining an engineer with Bell Laboratories at 15-year veteran with Bell Lab Left to
Appeal for the city to do some the Cocoa Jaycees and Clarence education of
thing about it. Johnson, past president and! local. to in Brevard Schoolsto Cape Kennedy spoke to science classes right Doyle H. Kelly, Don Godwin sci-

lie asked( that the council; tare chairman of the awards committee young people interest these at Titusville High School this morningin ence teachers at TITS, Lauber, Enoch Williams

snrnc permanent action, paving as a distinct honor for attcirpt entering to into the young tech conjunction with National Engineering Jim Marshall and Tommy Crumpton -
Ac( ditch lining it with some this area "to have in our midst people life.in Week Lauber, a former resident of Titus- students.-S-A Photo).

Material using weed killer' etc. ono! of the truly outstandingyoung ) meal ville, spoke on Bell Lab's part in the Nike-
He claimed that the city could men in the state." The Society of Registered Pro-

remedy the situation with pornlancnt *.S Dr Wilson was one of the fisaionul Engineers, Cape Canaveral A list of the organizations Academic advisors, Bievnrd plant will see in operation the
Council of Technical
installation and! "not 'I Junior College uniting equipment, the toll call
yiungcst men to receive the composing the Cape
spend any more money than! it Societies, is celebrating nationally .
A number of Brevard .
en gin equipment including the cimro-
doctor's degree from the University Technical Societies,
% Council of
takes to clean it up once In a NA with all other engineering
cermg facilities will be for wave link used this
of Florida. A open In systems
while college dean rocietics, (this week as National follows,
tours by the public: on Saturday and the operator's switchboard
at 29, and a college president at
Week, and definite
Israel says that his wife sets 32, the educator has had Engineering Society of American Military Feb. 22, during the observance An effort will be made to show
young for the edification of
*atcn up" by mosquitoes even K' w programs
Engineers! American Ordnance of Engineers' Week by the Canaveral visitors how engineers contribute
rn the dead! because the experience as a teacher and administrator : as a profession are
of winter, In the engineering: Association, American Society of Council. to HIP design and installation and
ditch Is Hesiys public schools The birthdate of
a breeding grounds. underway
of Florida and Arkansas Last Mechanical! Engineers, American Southern Bell Telephone and operation of the telephone service
that the standing water Iso the first president, George Washington
rhs a high bacteria count and jail hi' was recognized by Honda has been chosen as the Society of Photogrammetry, Society Telegraph plants In Titusvilleand .

that snakes abound in and near Blue Key as one of the most official day, because Washington: of Reproduction Engineers Melbourne; Instrument Cor This tour is part of many
H a outstanding graduates of the was an engineer. Institute of Electrical & Elec poratlon of Florida, Melbourne; scheduled during this week. The

He said that he had been prom- University of Florida. The society a coordinating ironic Engineers, Society of! Soroban Inc., Melbourne; Brown object Is to help| the general

Iced that the ditch would\ be taken Among Dr. Wilson's achievement group composed of 16 technicaland Photographic Instrumentation Engineering, Cocoa Beach and public understand( what engin-
care of by the city manager and are recognition in Who's engineering societies formed Erie&: Armed Forces Communication the new Melbourne water and
: eers do and to piovide students an
former mayor, but that 'nothing Who in American Education at to promote engineering education St Electronics Association sewer plants will all be open to oportumty to obtain firsthand information

had been done." o the age of 27 and, mure recently at the grammer, high school Society of Motion Picture k give visitors an opportunity to about engineeringcareers

Councilman Jim Pritchard nigg in Who's Who in the and college levels as well as the Television Engineers American see. what engineers do, what they .

'!sted a permanent remedy- CONTROVERSIAL DITCH Standing water in the South and Southwest. lIe U: graduate levels. This in done Society of Training Directors, produce and where they produce
draw a special asscismcnt It. It is that other
up anticipated
president-elect of the Florida Association funishins of speakers American Institute of Industrial
bottom of this ditch is one of the primary complaints of through
program so that residents along of facilities in more areas of the All Steel l Built' For Uf.
Public Junior Col
Paul Israel 233 Hood Avenue Indian River City area. Itnd>: the fostering of school projects Engineers, Reliability & Quality
the ditch area be assessed! for leg". and a member of the county will be Included in the FILING CABINETS
Us improvement "We do streets The ditch runs along the west side of Hood Avenue, across Control Club Industry Film Producers
Teacher tours as plant are announced in
and other Improvements the the street from two blocks of homes.-(S-A Photo). Education Advisory Through joint meetings it of- Association, American detail. S..penloltGrode
Council for the State of Florida Cer association between the different Association for Contamination I
same way, Pritchard said He holds membership In the The Titusville office of Southern 25Y," deep ao
engineering disciplinesand Control, Society of Motion Picture .
He added that ho didn't feel! Women
that with all the ditch problems In University Epperl To Speak following national honorary enables the joint groups to and Television Engineers, Bell managed by Pat .soti
the city, tax money collected Slate Tuesday MeetThe fraternities.: Kappa Delta! Pi Phi promote meetings and other Society of Technical Writers and Blumer, includes seven engine. too. ":'.

from the north part of town Delta Kappa and Alpha Kappa events which no one group is Publishers American: Institute era and 'is located at 624 Hop ":,.;-,

could be used for permanent In Titusvlllo Branch AAUW Here On FridayThe Delta. large: enough to handle alone, of Aeronautics and Astronautles. I kins Ave. Visitors at the local hilly.. ..1
itall.itIon In another part. will meet Tuesday evening at 8 ; p-a-
in the home of Mrs. Orbie 1))
One question that must be p.m members and guests of the DAR Chapter Will Art League Sponsoring
Trcadway 1828 N. Smith Drive Dr. Robert B. 1.H.1. ,
solved before any action can be Co,hostess will be Mrs Charles! Greater Titusvillo Chamber of Meet TomorrowIndian HogueOptometrist ....Lsash....
taken is the question of owner. Commerce will hear an inspiring Wth'Thu",

ship.! The ditch was ,dug by the T. Rhodes. program at the February Kaffee River Chapter, Daughters Ringling Art Collectionthese ... 0a.y.

developer and property owners The evening will begin with remarks Klatsth, Pat BJumer, the Chamber of the American Revolution, Announces the new 56.50

were told It was deeded to the by Dr. Pauline Fertsch President announced today. will meet Tuesday, at 2:30: p.m. The Titusville Art League is most unusual works of art location of his office Our Special '
county and thus became the director! of the Brevard County It will be held on Friday, at the to be held at the home of Mrs. sponsoring an exhibit from the during the next two weeks. Price
.city's after consolidation.! Child Guidance Center. She is a Community Room of the Citizens R, E. Henderson, 1801 Whispering Bungling Museum of Art in Sar- InPIRTLE $39.95c
Whether or not the county ever clinical psychologist and Ph.D. Bank. Coffee and doughnuts will
a Hills Road. Guest for the after asota for the next two weeks PLAZA c
accepted it for maintenance must Th<.:e will be a question and be served at 8 a in. prior to the noon will be the State ncg nti The exhibit will be on display at LL AuxiliaryThe TirusvilU, FU. WIT goorgo Stuart

be determined. answer period following the talk. program. The program will be Mr.. Robert Angle of Ft. Lau, the Citizens Bank, which is de of the Little League Office phew.,.._o.-CI1'. _..CLssins Tutn.
conducted by the U. S. Army derdale. women Hours Phone rOIl 0.1w. M.IbvnI, AM t4374OULANDO
Mrs. S A. Kitties, JIlt fraying the cost of the same,
During the business 9:00":00
meeting Canaveral Auxiliary will hold their re : AM 7-WS 111 5A0T 110(111\1501'1( [
Engineer District. ,
See The final plans for the parliamentary Regent urges all members to attend -) Featured in the exhibit will be
Corps of Engineers Any visiting member Is gular monthly meeting Wednes "----
original prints by such well ----- -
procedure workshop and the
Star AdvocateFor garden lecture series will be The main speaker will be cordially invited to attend by; known artists as Van Gogh, day February 19, at 930: am

YourPrinting presented by the chairmen, Jane Donald<< F. Lppert Chief of Construction calling Mrs. Henderson telesphone Toulouse Lautrec and 20th century at the home of Johnny Moore A La Marick Salon is affrays near you!

Wherry and Clyde Talle)'. who will talk on "Con AM 7.3528. original print in litho. 1600 Cardinal Court MELBOURNE COCOA ORLANDO DAYTONA BEACH

Needs struction for the Space Age." graphy. Wood cuts by Picasso TITUSVILLE: Open 9 am to 9 p.m. Monday
All ladies of the area who are Mr. Eppert will illustrate his TINDALLContinued Matisse and other artists with Through Friday Saturday 'Til 6
interested in this organization talk with IUMs."Decause text explaining the process CONCERTContinued

= r are cordially Invited to attend of the nature of this Also included are modern Japanese -
"READY this ( From Page 1)) FREE !
FOROCCUPANCY" meC'tlng.Firemen
program and the tremendous cf prints in color! by modern ( from Page 1))

feet the space age building pro. as carpenter foreman and as artists showing the renewed In admission charge: : a free will of Hair Conditioning Treatment with all permanentwaves
Collect gram has on our area a large job superintendent for Batson tfrest the Japanese in
intermission. I this month would be
( For
feting will be taken at reg. 2.00)) dry,
Old Dixie Highway turn out is expected," Pat Blum- and Cook of Georgia and Blount wood cuts block printing and the
near Westwood Villas $238 For CP Fund er I8ld.Sunrfny. Bros. Construction Co. of Ala Influence of Western art on the brittle or damaged hair. Will not strip color'!

3 Bedroom Houses, Fire Chief Jim Drown bama, give him a broad background East. Thursday! night;: Is also one of

I & 2 Baths Full Tile : this that !the announced morning.\: for handling men and There are abstracts nonrealIstic the Parent.Conference nights of
Central Heat lituwllle Fire Department collected Chief Drown said usually the money successfully, and non-objective, showinghow the school year. It has been arranged 1

FHA or $23850 for the cerebral telethon committee sends bro A World War II Veteran, he is the Japanese have been that parents may attend tn
Conventional Financing Palsy Telethon Fund although chures and information/ Inform the holder of four bronze stars greatly Influenced by the abstract this concert and still have time
fire their and a Presidential and Navy quality of the Western art to confer with teachers prior to
ing diparmcnts of expcctod -
department not notified
Phone 267-5437 or 267-1477 was unit citation for campaigns in the and following! the concert.
of its rolls, but this year they ist.The
until late
-- -- I Pacific Theatre He was honor- public Is invited to view The conceit will last one hour
-- ---- overlooked the local department
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"We didn't know anything orably discharged as e chief J'vThCoiffure
machinist mate in 1945.
about the collection drive until
Bank from lime He has been a resident of Bre- TITUSVILLE SHOPPING
your car save a Sunday meaning when local residents vard for 28 years and lives in
began calling wanting to
Indian River City with his wife, = CENTER.
Or contribute, So about Ham. we
stop at our walk-up windows ) Peggy, and four sons.
ry-,:OFI .A.' began organizing and started collecting William F Coleman. 215 Key 10 A. b1.to9P.M.
We called the Telethon Largo Drive Indian River City, PHONE
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to put our telephone number out Is his campaign manager and

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wanted to thank all treasurer Citizen's Dank of Titusvillc
those who called and all those will be his
campaign depository
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Nosing Around $far-Advocate I 1 1I l

(By Bob Hudson)
The Voice of 25.000 North Brnard County R sldent
So much Titus- tny'r ._ q"t
in Republican puppiesnewyou
happening --- ----- I'iyyll

'vUlc of late-It's bard to keep up ... thty'vt got their Section ft TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY FEBRUARY 11, 1 964 Paa. 1.t\ r i is.
with, Hundreds of meetings, eyes op n." - '. I
dozens of money campaigns, The congressman also told an- i
strike effects, railroad problems, other one that drew a real roundof --
governmental; sessions and now, laughs i Rolary Club j 1l

politics, He said that a man from Flor, r54
It's now "open season" on the Ida was "up nawth' and a Yank. Plans For New '
men and women running for office ee was talking to him about the \a a dta
Smoothly four veteran state
courthouse officials held a press "Aren't you bothered with a __
conference yesterday! afternoonand lot of snakes down there?" asked School Club I t"--
made their announcements- the Yankee.

separately but Jointly. They issued "Naw," said the Floridian, "we rtv; TIIIIS\'t lie r.olarv and Kiwuni l
separate statements, but don't see many. Even if we see ,
!':'luhs will soon bi rompctim
jointly made the announcement 'em, they don't bother us. And, :
In Tax Assessor Clark Maxwells even if they bite you, there's not in .1 inofliti fll'ld.Tht. S

office, much trouble to It. All you do lilt!) local set VI('(' tubs t
There's gonna be fun in Bre- is take out your pocket knife, t +
have )been, engaging in frunrih
\ard between now and the end of make a cross through the fang IIJk !
May. marks, and suck out the blood y rivalry the past few month j I'
and poison! ." the liti st being the nil ins <.1' i T'
And if you don't think politicscan "What do you do If the bite morn for the civic center ihiin
bring forth some humor, you is on your back and you can't I h viitis.. fur their eundulatest
should have attended the Rotary reach It?" asked the Yankee T. t. i K is of the Winter Carnival :
"You Just ask a friend along std
Club meeting Thursday noon
Ray Winstead, who is vitally to do it for you," answered the 1v 1 <" ,vo clubs raised about halt $1. CVIQRDa
the ()( realized from tin : f
interested in the campaign of one Floriclun! al"I $5HO -
"How about if you sit downon bud, iHiupaifn+ und the Rotarvc I h '
governor one f""Then't I',ti < ,.in"'idate.< nosed the Kiwarn tCUkir 146
: 4tnevr
rcssman Ed Gurney with a few when you find! out \ -- ('liil, candidate out by ]ust wt rk.
well'chosen "barbs", who your friends really art." II h'wltrll..
WlntUad said that h. had jr Nun the Notary Club is mak k. m ::3
received a phone call! tarly R.-v. Charlie Bates of the First i in' pin I !' to cttablikh an Interact iF'
Thursday from a woman who Presbyterian Church almost f1 ii Club .il. TitusvilK High School 1 5 48 ?
laid she had ntard. the Rotar- threw one local woman into a and a meeting of the Rotary ; ,y

lam wars having a "I.per' "loss for words" the other day OH'' A VALENTINE FOR ME Gail Both are member! of the 5th year class Clubs commit: with faculty I?.4 t
spook to them at noon and she An official of the North Bre Greene left seems to be very excited as From Clark's expression he seems to bethinking t.poiisi.r Amt t Tolis is: scheduled ,
lust wanted to confirm It. Win. yard Republican Woman's Club, Clark Fischer valentine I fin :5> :p..Monday in the of fie'
puts a in her "gee hope none of the fellows: :
stead answered that the speaker > called Hev Bates: up to ask him "valentine mailsack at Riverview School see me doing this".--S-A( Photo). of[ J.r: >'an.Cunwiy and V k1
wasn't I "Itpor" but was a If he would consider giving the Tolls has been named laciiltyHponsur ,
Republican and told the club invocation at the $iO a plate ty Principal Truman
m.mbers that the woman LJnccln Day dinner at Cocoa January Activity High At Public Tides Scorbomugh CASE OF AN EMERGENCY The students of Bay.
"rei II, got mad then" Beach Thursday night. The Kiwnms Club has sponsored view and Uivervtew Schools> : were Riven drill recentlyon
He went on to say that last High LOW what to do in case! an emergency arose while riding ina
"Yes, I would be glad to, if the Key Club at TltusvilklIhh
week the Congressman was back school bus The students had been given instructions
t wouldn't mind a lifelong Library 6,368 Books CirculatedThe for several It
you is
: years:
; Tuesday, Feb 18
in Washington "at work for a by their bus drivers and when they drilled most of them
n" Democrat praying for you Republicans one of the most active clubs at
change" but thought the real am 6.IH'I ( ) a.II\ knew Just what to do and when to do it Shown above
i reason was that the Congressmanwent he said circulation of books at the group 'Friends of the Library"is 12:06: p.m, (6:28: p.in. TITS, nHifing in muny line are two of the larger boys helping one of the smaller students -
There was a long, long pause, sch'inlwidc uitivitivslUit .
back to see Bobby Baker to before the caller finally came Tituwille Public LJbary totaled now underway and anyone intcrestcd Wednesday, F.b 19 out of the rear of the bus, A D Schmidlkofer, assistant -
find out if "there were any good through with: "Well be counting 6,368 during the month of Jan- in becoming( a "friend" 12:46: a.m, 0:55: a.ni. now the Rotarians hope director of transportation, said that all 'of the stu-
land deals in the area still left." on ucry, with an attendance of 2- to the library is urged to attend 12:58: p,m. 7:2:1: : p.m. to inspire their Interact: Club dents did a wonderful job. -S-A( Photo) t. :.
After the club members had inemhrig, still to be chosen, to .. ..
given Gurney a rising show of 383 the meeting which: will be held Thursday, Feb, 20 enter into the same compitetKe --- -- ---- --

hinds, following the introduction, Signs of the times: At Nidy'aGrocery Even though the high school February 20 at 8:00: p.m. at the 1 48 a,m 7 57 a.niI spirit of things( with members Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results!
the Congressman got off a couple I library I 58 p,m 8.28 p.ni. of the Key Club, .
there bubble
of his a pum library is now open evenings, the
own. cigar\ machine w-ith a sign: "No attendance at Public has M+
He told the story of the small! Tars, No Nicotine'!"
youth who was seen selling very not been affected. 64 Corvair Monza by Chevrolet"

t young puppies at a Democratic Two hillbillies who had never Among the most Interesting
rally-in fact the puppies wereso
s young they didn't have their been on a train were drafted new books on hand are "A Dictionary

eyes open A couple of weeks and on their way to camp A of Names' and Tlie

later a reporter, who had seen food butcher came through the World of Music, an Illustrated
the youth at the Democratic train selling bananas, which
Encyclopedia". The latter Is!
I rally, saw him back at a Republican neither mountaineer had ever
rally, with some of the seen'! Each bought one As four volumes based on work
same puppies cnc of them bit into his banana, edited by K B, Sandred, which
: lee train entered a tunnel His was first published in Norwayand PIT** *f HEvT H* m
"Say, didn't I sea you trying!
to sell those puppies at the voice came to( his companion in' then translated to many ? w :
Democratic rally a couple of the darkness, "Have you et European languages. It Is the .
only illustrated music encyclo-
I weeks ago, claiming they war yours yet?
pedia ever produced in English
Democratic puppies the reporter "Not yet. Why?"
for the general reader
asked, "Well, don't touch it I've et : b lNtINlUntt
r "Y.p," said the youth, "but one bite and gone blind," The re-organization of the /

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,, ; Some cars do their best out on the highway. Others seem
< ( for driving on city street Take back-road driving, The weight of Corvair' engine bearing

L 4': Then there's Corvair-that gets along just great most anywhere down on the rear wheel gives them remarkable gripping power on

Swishing along a highway Scurrying around in traffic Or wading most any kind of surface, whether it'* loose, solid, dry, wet-or even I

Made-In- Florida through a soggy trail. snow covered. **"'
Take highway driving. Corvair' got a bigger new engine with Something else! you can take note of, too: Thiru no radiator, to

horsepower up nearly 19% in the standard version. But in case overheat or run dry. No hones to check or replace. No need! for antl

Products are .A..bit,.Florida". wmhin..*...tnd fifl./ctmtt or uuvcnir fat.mkmt you.itk mid the figures don't impress you, just wait until you head a freeze. The engine' air cooled, the brakes self-ad justing.'
folk .hark. hoiiM And thm'i no end to lhwwtr Corvair for some faraway places. You'll get the message Beginning to sound like a car you can really warm upTake
at product domt( 7.500 la all) made. '" city driving. Corvair' trim size, light steering .4 I:u' to? Then thorc's only one thing left to take. : a'ride In

I made> d for Giving That niht =HuiwhiM power, HUl L* .U-bu. (because the eni weight's. in the rear)* and flat corner- one at jour Chevrolet dealer's.THE '

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2-B TltuivlIU (Florida) Star' Advocate Monday, February 17, 1964 more here than at his home rangy Becky Adams Starry Areas; and Mrs Fart WillH representing .
-- EJalock.: Donna McAllister, Glen the South! Brevard!
Science Dtmansirstion da Heflin and Helen Riddle. Area, met to furnish a slate of officers .

Indian River-South Titusville Happenings .< r", Three students from Titusville Thereafter, the Nominating (for the association. J 1
: of Helen While the nominating committee ?
l i i iMBMMfc J I ** High School Science Club gave Committee consisting
a demonstration on the "Heart"for Riddle representing the North were busy the group of

Stage III students at Coquina Erevard Area; Belle Zora Hatch, young women met In the Church:
Elementary School this last representing the Central Brevard See I.RC NEWS On Page 8.ft

Many See Coquina School Variety ShowThursday week.movable A parts mannikin was utilized with re to '

trace the circulatory system LOWEST-PRICED
Lectures on heart diseases and

evening an audienceof written by his mother, who also and Mr. Stewart has done so the different functions of blood STATION WAGON

more than 350 persons, plus wrote about her experiences in 9 times in the past when they were also given

more than 80 players and teachers homestead: ing in South Dakota decided to come to Florida. Mr.

and attendants jammed the The Dawsons are editing and Stewart has an interesting vocation New Backs ic 'IN AMERICA !

auditorium of the Coquina Elementary piecing all these items togetherand or profession. He is a granite New books received this last

School to see the Varietyand intend publishing them as polisher and sets stones lie week and placed on the shelvesof
Talent show put on by the date has worked In Waterbury, Mont-
a historical novel at a later : the Indian River City Branch
students of Stages I I. II, and III a Mrs. Dawson la a painter and pelier, and Barre Vt, and in of the Titusvill Public Library
Director of the Show was Mrs. took oil painting lessons under the State of Maine. He has by Mrs Jackie Merriam,

Virginia Burgess, Stage III Science Giant Wood and Marvin Cone?. been a stone polisher for 36 Librarian, Include: "Complete
and Arts Teacher
Language She is now going to illustrated >ears lie is now in his 75th year Guide to Florida" by Andrew
assisted by Mrs Grace Smith
the dories of the old days that; and Is hale and hearty. Mr. Hepburn; "Living Biographiesof
Mrs Muriel Chreist and Joyce
Smithson they are writing and Mrs Stewart have four Great Painters" by Henry
tt a The Dawsons have their owtf daughters one of whom is Mrs Thomas; "ShIrley" by E V.
The children functioned in
different acts during this show 34 home in Golden, Colo" and when? who Conrad was, and killed they in World had one War son II., Love"Cunningham; "Angelique Colon in New styling Greater economy No greasing points

The show opened with Jane Rogers they sit out to visit their daughter When tusked how he liked Florida "NBC Handbook by Sergeanne of Pronunciation ; Roomier inside S More power Versatile Rugged
singing Creensleeves": here in Indian River City Dependable
.r he said he did not, becauseit by James Bender "Joanna
Lisa Sutton "Put on a Happy to ;
sang they went from Colorado
BI was too cold here, and the and
Ulysses" by James Span-
face"; David Sweet gave a Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois Ohio,
weather loo changeable HOLLAND MOTORS
feUer; "Apollo at Go" by Jeff
reading from James Riley "A Indiana, New York to Syracuse
Summer Afternoon". where they visited his brothers;: Sutton; 'Trails Plowed under"by 1208 Hopkins Titusvill 267.6404
Angels Devils In Variety Shew From Michigan Charles Russell; 'Dont
Mary Crow'Itaged a ballet they went on to Pennsylvania OVERSEAS DELIVERY ARRANGED -
item "Butterfly Dance". Six r and to Massachusetts, where But Mr. and Mrs R. II Young of Knock the corners off' by Car

girls sang "Three Little Angels", has a son. In New York they Coldwater, near Battle Creek, olyn Glynn
This was followed by Marcia visited old friend of Bill's
Mich., are wintering here this
Weldon singing, Diane"I love Kolosch theMountains" mother old three' who apartment still' is living bLtILdrl in sij year. living in the home of Mis: The Banquet Brevard and Meeting Associational I COCOA DIRECTORYPianos I

Eva Robinson, 593 Fine Lane,
staged a pantomime "Last Date Just across the hall from'apartml'nt h while Mrs. Robinson is visiting Young Women Auxiliary met _
With You". Rebecca Coleman Friday, at King Street Baptist
I used for !
many year
with her folks in North Carolina
demonstrated a Baton Twirl; 'jA by the Great Singer Caruso Church in Cocoa for a banquet to Organ Guitars Accessories
They have been here
Cindy Sam played a piano solo one month, promote Y W. A. Focus Week
""Chimes". Three girls! sang l From New YOlk they went to but expect Mrs. Robinson back After the meal, the Devotion Hi.FI ill a Gibson

"Don't go near the Eskimo". Washington, D. C, and thcncer some time this month Mr. based on the Y W. A. Ideals was Stereo Guitars
Kathy Pitts gave a dance to Arlington, Va., to North Carolina Young? is a farmer in Michigan presented by the Mary ReederY. Records ::SH 0 Band
"Swan". Glide Workman, Bon }, hK in Greenville, where they right In what he calls the "Corn W A of Central Baptist PI.yen A____ Instruments

nie and Teresa Roberts sang a visited Mrs. Dawson's youngest Belt." He raises corn on his Church of Indian River City. Expert Repairs on All Band Instruments
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song daughter:;: a teacher In the college Those taking part in this pro.
Leave Ole Texas"; Darlene Mar there. From thence they the North says he feels the cold gram were: Mrs. Delores Sur r.
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Visitors at the homoof Mr
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rlcia Shircr put on a song and REPLACE CONV. WINDOWS
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dance routine Pamela Shirer followed ".
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Mri Stewart has visit-
pet productioo,'frJbieBiJust i about of both the management and the became a pageboy in the U. S.I TRANSMISSION SERVICEOn
stole the shpvtarSyQi at the students Senate in Washington more than ed our community four times .I All MakesFINANCING
piano, and Jesir T singing, rendered .
A total of raised and 50 remained
"LondondtrryAI,", $9 was years ago. All Work Guaranteed I
will be utilized by Mrs Burgess there for 3 years, and in early 229 Forest Aye, Cocoa, 436-9944 HONDA MOTORCYCLESHAM'S
Ginny Woods, ni-Linda, ( Street 'to purchase Science Equipment manhood ;;(Vent to work for the: Post-bloom letdown ? CYCLE CENTERSNO
rendered a sopgv) following which 'for the school, thus enabling each U. S. Department of the Interior, BICYCLES SCOOTERS MONEY DOWN 3 yrs. to pay
Cheil Copeland;gave a readingof :little player to be able to say where he worked for more than say: King. Cocoa -
'Gettysburg Address", with at a later date that he or she 40 0 Lsmbrtth Scooters MOO Bah ock, Eau O..l1l.i
Sharon years Schwinn Bicycles MAGNOLIA PLAZA, TITUSVILLE> ,
Brewer and frail' Caraway
helped buy equipment for
Bill he .,
la "retired"
and Used
this says now New SaJ.Part.MefvlceAce..o.le."N.ed I *
backing address With the t
t own school Two V\hwli* See. Hambon !" ,
Ids[ service in *
song "Battle Hymn of the Re the Interior Department Sales/ and Service ,
public", This was followed by was continuous! whichis Repairs on All Makes MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

Linda DiGristine and Irene Car. From Golden, Colorado a record. His wife then a Wyttt's Enterprises, Inc.

ter singing !VMlchacl Row the Visiting at the home of Charles widow in 1961 met Bill in Color Next to Cocoa High School 632-MOO Guitars. Drums Banjos, Etc., .

Boat Ashore", Margo Green then and Evelyn Clifford at 1235 ado and they got married on CONSTRUCTION Gibson FendersGrotsch, Martin,

rendered her "Tap Dance", followed Thoreau Avenue, are her mother August 11, 1962 in Central City, EQUIPMENT SlingerUnd, Rogers, Kky.
Mammoth Stock Music
of Sheet
by fickle Cromwell, Ricky and her step.father, Mi, and Colo n
Sanford and Randy Pickering Mrs. Bill Dawson from Golden, He was born in Virginia, while CANAVERAL EQUIPMENT GOULD MUSIC CO.
singing "Zoo'Song"; Kay Key Colorado. For those not in the she was born in Iowa. In going i & SUPPLY. Inc. W King St., Cocoa, 636.9283

nolds and Sharon Holmes came know, Golden is just outside of through ,some old records, the Rentals Sales Service
next with a dance "Rag Mop"Four Denver and waa formerly the Dawson!* found manuscripts and Scaffolding!
boys followed with a song State Capital until Denver out notes outlining his mother's stayin 1KOVO4T OlIITEI
"If I had a Hammer" Gayle grew it. They arrived here on the Indian Territory (now Merritt Island, Ph. *3 .2M3 ;(taw|l 11',Mf\T HI-OSI1: CO

Erhart rendered a piano solo "In the 12th and left today for Oklahoma State) in 1890. These ELECTRONIC TRAINING Tlluatllle Kill-51IIW :>

the Forest Hall", Timmy Webber Miami nctes and manuscripts were have a taleameu In Tltuivllla
then sang "Moon River", Jackie Improve) Your SkillsIn
three day each week to help you with
Sutton and Vicki Johnson rendered Electronic Technology Dealer. Chair.. Filing Suppllea, Mlme-
old favorite DAVIS llrtlfr fOil' fntur In the ..pll/I) .11' ographa. wtnpllng Machine, Steel
an "Side LAWN SPRAY .
by panillni/ field or dvclroiilti by I"I Cabinet. Typewriter., Adding MachInes
Side", This was followed by Fred- a miir<.. mirtliif a'l .
die Thompson with a pantomime WElll
"I'm Busted1'' and the concluding 57 I M Chinch TECHNICAL HIS KINO INSTITUTE NT

number was an'arcobatic display Cocoa. riOKIBA,
D jNBugs stn-aiso: Joe E. Moore Inc.
by Paula Beth Holmes. The per. ,

formers were selected by Mrs. MOBILE HOMES .
Burgess, from, all three 7-284
stages of
the student body of Coquina Ele- Complete
mentary School w'e'd Worms w. have the Iloor plan 10 putt :your Rill Estate Service
family and the paym.nt plan to auU
All In all it was an excellent FIGHT BACK your bUd.t. Custom loterlon are our.poel.lty. 116 Harrison Cocoa, 634-4933
: See u. for parts. acce-
show In every sense of the word 15.. uric,. and In.urane. Fisaucing. and. SEWING MACHINES
and its production manifested Flnanclnf
-- -- -- ----- --- --- --- 1270 8. Dixie Highway, Cocoa, UM-Utt Breverd County's Only Complete/
Sewing Machine/ Center

Winning Warm Friends For Florida Since HSU MOBILE HOMES Ropalr.-Ac".OII.New .* Used Machine..-Rtntal

,\ \ \ h"III'J" / I See APOLLO Easy Budget SEWING Term CTR.

Ramon' Mobile Homes Merrltt Island Shopping Center
Jlo/.tda ORTHOL
WITH Merritt Island, FIs.
New & Used
=:: .. J TIRES
Service n Bank Financing 1 Day Service/

-::::; ..I \ .' (greeting .. u c. 3-ml. N. of Cocoa, U.S.. 1, 4M-7950 ALL-.SERVICE TIRE COT g

;%: Give your citrus a that in the arm with ORTHOCIDE 50 Wettable MOBILE HOMES Retreading. and Vulcanizing '{J?

/jIs\/ \\ Cordially Welcomes Baird Mobile Home, Inc. and Passenger Industrial-Equipment Truck if.'

ORTHOCIDE 50 plus Spray Sticker is a post-bloom sPlay t that works With Over U New and Used All Work Guaranteed ::

MRS. You and Your FamilyRUSSELL two ways. It cleans up early melanose and scab. And it actually in- To Choose From 11 Ridgeway Ave., Cocoa, 3o.M44 .
Brevard's Largest Dealer WATCH REPAIR :

Hostess HOUCHINS To Your New Home. vigorates trees. ORTHOCIDE treated citrus put down longer feeder /.ml. N. of Cocoe U. S., 1, 4M-5H1J .

I 219 THORNTON AVE. The State of Florida roots,make better use stored carbohydrates.Foliage gets fuller and MOBILE HOMESEXPRESSWAY Repaired Watches In 3 to S days :. '

PHONE greener. You get a better fruit set. A bigger yield of top-grade citrus. : MOBILE. Chronographs or Complicated :.
267-7157) HOMES I Watches Repaired on Premises .

Combine ORTHOCIDE 50 with Spray Sticker and you get these '64 Model SO x 10 2 Bedroom 419 Brevard Avenue :
Fully Equipped
It is desire make feel welcomeand Next to P. 0, Cocoa .
our you benefits in any weather. It won't wash off in the rain. I Its! compatible S3.69S WINDOWS DOORS--- .
6 MI. N. of Cocoa U. S. 1 !
to acquaint you with your city.If with other pesticides. And Tel. 434-4910 .

ORTIIOoRTHO it's gentle. In short, it's the post I If you have rental fO

I WINDOWSCoastal :
bloom way to a better yield and housing, list it in
I Co.

you are new in the area, a phone ORT.SOCIDE SPRAY bigger profits. Try it. The Star-Advocate! 1006 S. Dlxl Supply Hwy. Cocoa :

call will bring you a prompt visit from STICKER Phone 636.2673 > :

tht World Crow Better" .
your local hostess. Please give her a call! 20th CENTURY MOBILE HOMES -

maps OMSION.
many up to ir K SS'- Local Bank FinancingUsed
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"'" e.0.to 70.7.o '1011'
Mobile) Homes end Equipment ;

gifts for you from local businesses! OK*U CMIM, H..IAJ>BIKCTIOM tut COUTWNt", ttlCM IMC. ....wa ea MI/.-.,___ones.as..uwe wets Open t to Dally Sundef t to e P. M. ,.
Route No. 1 South of Titusville Ben; 543 Cocoa 431-OT7P.e .
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Monday February 17, 17M --: ,

Pan-Am Group FEB. 17, 18, 19 +4 tj THESEVALUABLE
o'E 1964 COUPONS
Giving $$2,500 I. i' : ,

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At CP Telethont w OW't1i' (IOOI

t ( of the 1 1American Pan ; J7// Green Stamps
employee One Dona. vlih Alt l coupon.nj ivtcktw di '
i'iini I
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tlon Club presented: check 's CEPACOL MOUTHWASH
for $2,500 Sunday during\ the an. 1401. bot. 97c
nual Cerebral Palsy Telethon In e I UUIiII11 f .. ...1,.. w...., .... it. 1.-4 PIe
Orlando Chairman M. J. Shaara OOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOUO
hrs announced. MARKETS
The One Donation Club earn.<

posod ployees of of more the than guided 4,000 missiles em. F e 1 !50mEf1 SOI .

rngo division, ,has contribute! a Jftl Green Stamps:
total of $12,500 to the National< 'arm.. ,* R I .rtlfc." AltCQop..i.4,uidi...... I
Cerebral Palsy. program in the I Pol Stainless Stitl l Ilector i limits ;
past five years.Represcnting ,'. pkg. 98c
Pan.Am will beLinda N ,. ...1... w.d.. ,.... I'. IM4
Rhodes Margaret Edison, RR01
SHOPPING\ y t 000000000000000000
Harold Lewis and Wiltlam I Or. WHERE '
Presentation of the check to IS A EIRTEA O SO
50 .i
film star Julie Newmar and \ .
other personalities on the tele.< Swift's Premium Tasty }
phone was at 1 p.m. Sunday. ( Green wllh Ihl,_"... .
B eel \ t l.lJi ;
New Books Received Corned '' t \LIQUID 22-ci. s i.E StampJ;

At Public LibraryThe SJ Q QQ
following new books have lb.59c .
been received at the Titusvi '
Public Library: r 5: O EXTRAmso

Adult Swift's Premium Smoked _f < J Ji{ Green Stamps
Song!! of America by George SWIFT'S PREMIUM I PROTEN I wllh ikil CMItM.tfii...ch..Ii 'I
Maidikian, The complete prophecies Beef SNOWY DRY BLEACH
of Nostradamus, Henry Tongue TENDER-AGED GOVT INSPECTED 16-o.. .. 49c
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Ci Roberts edit.; Made in t.J1e HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE ? W* II. IM4
Renaissance by Christine Price;
the curriculum C
New insights and
by Alexander Frazier; The Calyst lb.
by Kenneth Lowe; Escapt: BONELESS '' (EXTRA"?CXXsaal
looo ooo5s>
from Red China by Humprir. Premium Tasty /
Evans told by Robert Loh .
& ( Green Stamps*
Costume throughout the ages .,rA e,4 cwa .a wirA.u.A
by and Mary Programs Evans by; Patriotic Eileen Fisher Mays Bag Sausage ROUND STEAH: I.j SNOW'S 3 tall CLAM cons CHOWDER 87c

and Olive Rabe; I take this man __ .
by Frmla Loring; A Different 81)000000000000000008SWift
Drummer by William Melvin 3 lbs.99c 7 ( A )
Kslley; The Platinum Yoke by
McCready Huston; Dress Dt'slgft!
by Marion S. Hillhouse; MasU New Sizzle Sealed Pure Beef I UOOPREB 0005Jft
plots 6 volu-nes: Frank N. Magi ,
edit. '5 Franks lb. .' I ( GreenMS/damps r PRESERVES .

Like Noth.ng; at all by Ailei 3 11.01. fare| $1. .
Fisher: The first book of Wild.l .
lift.,Sanctuaries by C. W. Ka' lb. "- 1""Je3T / SUUIJVVUVUUJUIJUUUVQU'P \ l fllmla.
risen, The first book of the Sea\' J1e a .... :J
ishcAmencan. West by Henry (G.
Castor; Seals for sale by Carot -
Men-ling; Pirates in petticoats '**>*Jf *-*%. *.*T T--*.!. .
by Jane H Yolen; Beneath
Hawaiian Seas by Willie


Campion, Moon Blossom & the
Golden Penny by Louis Sloljei kin; The horse with the Easter CREAM
Bonnet by Jane Thayer; Briar
a collie by Margaret S. Johnson l
; Collect Print and PaInt R OIL
from Nature by John Hawkmsoi; 8-oz. pkg. 19c tHE
The king who could not smile by;
Hazel M. Hobo; A dinosaur tl-
phubct by Tony Palazzo. BUY INE'

8os.r .

Tuesday, February 18 GET 1 FREE! pkgB e=: 29c can

Russell Brown (limit 2 per customer w/
George Sharpe limit( I do.l ptr cuilomtr" purchases of $3.00 or moral)
Mr!* M. Linder w/pyrch.it of $)00 *r mart ..
Mrs. John Campbell I!( ..i .... ,' 1.;' { ttf1 .-. ;..-,.
N W. Hamrick Blz i"'tj' 1i1 'It...;,. ,. ',1. .
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Mrs. D R. Champion v"',";'<1..._', ''''', .. ;toi..l"-' -- -
Sarah Ruth Smith .,. Whlt
Joy Lynn Courson r Apple I Juice . . . &. 25 o< fJ.J cJl foocf.v j jF .<:'
Larry Webster Florida ; I .
Wednesday, February 19! I Crisp Pascal ,
Mrs Kitty Trail Of P Flavor Perfect 3" 10* I j -. .. '" ; Chicken, & Noodles "iV"::; b

Pauline Pease Sliced Beets . : 'rMrs4Bell
t .. r J
Hal Daniel
.I. Strawberry"i\ Pic iw t laky cr
Dennis Joiner 'I j ). Fordhook Limas 4 ''ftl. 89
Laura Matthews I ;. 1 :
Pat Tupper Preserves;: . . .ft'. .. jar2:5w:' A ; 'Ict.( .... 'icon frtih /"f j. A

y Creamettei;. Popular"v t i Cauliflower .. .. 4 'SE-MK:

Macaroni .. .. .. . . .X;k;: :10 "c pic".." ho.." ro.h .

.: only I : ONE Royal_ Assorted, Vanilla, Chocolate, Butterscotch, i stalk Brussel Sprouts 4 'lo,VtVn $1. .

Dark & Sweet Chocolate 7/ :

.. Puddings . . 4 a 45. t .. ;',n'j" :
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one : lr..kl.it. Club Inrkh.l :

WELCOMEWAGON White Bread . 2.,:::;. 3lcSwIfCi fo e 528 PARK AVE. ;

REG. 33c SIZE .
0* Sm..h cc Crviuhr '
Peanut Butter 'u,;;"' 39c i PIRTLE PLAZA iAmin. s sljyl !

wa .,', $t., Cussed. Caned PUOIX :

.:. I Beef Hash . :. : 39c 1 [ n TITUSVILLE FLORIDA ::

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''ft : kraft's superose beechnut strained .. T 1;
...; 1 per customer. wI WI! RESERVE baby foods
WELCOME A O" purchases of $5.00 .r more THf'liGHT TO all-purpose oil \ sweetener s..
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Advocate Ftbruar/ II TUB CIKCriT COURT OF THE 10 day of January, or ether defensive pleading to laid NOTICE!: OF rillVO( PETIT'O"
'1"1 4-B TltUlylillC( ) ) "NINTH" : JUDICIAL CIKCtIT or (COURT REAL) I Complaint' on Plalntlffa attorney, ton FINAL' nmcuAHut: or
STAR .\ NU rUK RRS:\0 COlJIIT": : '. CLERK CIRCUIT COURT 2UJS, a.'0 Denver Avenue Stuart AMMXtUNotice ;
ADVOCATE'SCrossvord 11: ('IIONCEKY. Byi 11-rtle H.IIDeplily Florida, and file the original. answer la hereby liven. that t have
MISTER BREGER :>.. 17417 Clerk or IheeClerk pleading CircuitsCourt. filed my final' return aa Admlnli-
MED-STATE!: HOMES INC.. a Florida Harry M. Hobbs of of the tralor with Will Annexed of the CI'
/ Vame IMe.y 1404 eW 015'.n corporation, Attorney fur Plaintiff. Tltuavllle, Florida on or before the tale of LOUIS E. OLSEN decetaed
Puzzle e Plaintiff &'US' Madlioo Street Utb day of March 1D64 If you fall Shut J have filed my p..llllon fur
.v.. Tampa, Florida to do ao a Decree Pro Coofeaao, will Ol.trlbutlon and for final dl..b.r.

HARRY E. HORNER Feb. I, 10, 17. 24 (Mon./ 1964. be taken for ,: jtar Complaint' for the, relief and that on March 4. 1964. 1 will
Defendant.. prayed apply to tae Honorable Virgil R
ACHOSS! 4. 23. NOTICE or HI i r IS' TiltIKC'llT: tot HT OK THK: The real property being foreclosed Conkllnr. County Judge of firrvanl.
Jan. flub
Map I THE! STATES OF FLORIDA :NINTH JtltKMI. UKfUI' OK upon la ..hootlying. and being In County, far approval' of laid l 'ln.1 l
1. Boys' "clubhnuao" 5. "."toile I 23. Sunk / t t y Ma y/ TO; Harry E. Homer, 1'.O.1005 h tl.U"'II1'1 .%NII KK IIKKV Ilrevard County. Florida and Indeacrlbed Return and for an. Order of Dlatrldmlnlitrator I-
6. Canillonul flax Norfolk, Va. tHIl <'01' :NTV aa allows la-wit: billion and for Filial .
/ Lot 1 Block CC Bowe Gardena, Annex"of
6. Cant tree 26.Ostrich- e I TOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED: tilMKKY :Ml. .7MtOTICK C-l, Brevard County, / With Will
11. Recess lo file > or HI If the Elate of Louis E. Olaen deceased
fur a 7. Rejection like your anawer or written deIngi Florida a. Plat thereof recorded
statue 8. Courage: bird n 1 I t.Dlel, If any. In the above proc otl. FIRST MORTOAOB CORP. OF I In Plat Book 13, Page Ml .
12. r with the Clerk of tide Court. VKRO BEACH: a Florida corpor- Publlo Record of Brevard ROT EDWARD OL8EN
Mingle t
) Monster
27. Polish 1 alloll
and to nerve a cop thereof upon County, Florida.DONE I Adnlnlitrator With Will
13. Marshal, aa 10. Golfers' aids river A toe 'Plaintiff i aturney, who. Plaintiff. I AND ORDERED at Tltn.vllle .. Annexed of the Estate of
troops 18. An ap.pralscr. 23. Splash r'', name and .ddre.r .ppurl heron reDESIONED Florida, thin 7tb day of Loula E Olaen deceaaed
14. Ablaze c on or before the and day of March! : HOMEM JNC.. a 'lor- February 1M4.CURTIS .
32 Nickel WILLIAMS OEIUCKAttorneyi
: <> 1 1M4. Ida .0rporaUon. .t al,
15. A nobleman 19 theknow sym. The nature of thla proceeding Defendant. | Clerk of R.the BARNES Circuit Court for EMU
P. O. Box
Western 33 Push feeterdsy'IAa.wef, "a being a cult for fore.'lonure on an TO: ARTHUR F. BECK Byi; V. S. gpargler Melbourne Florida
Indiana 20. Musical 3$. Rcsot-N 41. Exclamation Agreement for Deed on the follow raildence unknown Deputy Cleric
Feb 8, 10, Ii, :24 (Mon ) mi.
17. Attempts study 37. OtherwIse a e a 1/ 1' o e log deeorlbed real property lying 1>. S. CLAHKE (COURT SEAL)
; 21. Slamcaa / ee .e and being In Brevard County, Flor. lloaton Maia, Feb. ID, 17, 24, Mar. 1 (Mon) 19(4.
21. Land 38. Crown of 42. To
corner ida to-wltl
"' .
., of
coin Toil are hereby notified, that God grants liberty only to
a measures head 41. Bitter vetch ., Lot No. 7. Block No. 4, 1'lat of
e Com lalnt bu been filed ...1"1 LEGAL PADS Supply 35e
I ee Big
24. Star of 22. Little child Wing-like 43.: Poker stake e e yon 4i David. SubdlvlMlon aa recorded you In the above ayled Court for those who love its and are always
Scorpio28.Acutte sail J In Plat Book No. 10., Page No.
forecloaure of that certain mortgaxerecorded Also Kraft Envelopes with cl**|
27. of the Publla Record. of to and defend It.
4 In official record book 11. ready guard -
I d 9d/
I I.l. i s .
a meat / Hrevard County, Florida Page 66. Brevard County Florida, for mailing. Full tack at Star
30. of I DONE and ORDERED at Tltui- Publlo ., and you are requlrcd Advocate. Daniel Webster
Body : I
Moslemerholara( II I _vllle. Brevard County. Klnrlila-' thl le (o curve oopy of your answer -

.1. Periodic 1:1/: 14 NOYOU LISTEN LOISI'M RIGHT 55N WE DON'T t

payment I 5 '27 7 ,7 lip TOME! AND YOU'RE NERc" COME WANT THE k C+

o rank "17 111 19' Ju L LOIS- YOU ICNOVJ DITTO TO KNOW
34. Constellation' .J IT WE'R' -

4// It .It l4 J5 ':/ U 'j WAVING
36. Fall month: UM ENTy
abbr, Gd 1J: JO "Another feature of this house is that it's only a v

39. Red deer r0 stone's throw from the high school ," I r ,

43. Dish. 41 i.l I jJ
4 L: Whtte bear
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0 r I
41. Shaped' llkeanetg HEAVY HEARTS IN Tilt eIRt IT Ot'I.NINTII.51Dlllll. i
w n ,lu 4t 4l ilHllir .
H i8'l.. ,h Dear Heavy Hearts.: Being,;: re IIKKV .tllll t.uti't: rl.OHIIIl

4'J.4S.I'rophets:Concise: i 44 4ye laded Is nut a goo.t enough! reason UUltALbiNU(1I\o.Ct.K': : :MI.DETA nisi HAKEll, !.

IJO'Nl. to invite people to your parties PlalnllffJOSEPII

Easy job 4 ,
: 2.: Employ arc your daughter's: relatives, not Defendant.. c
3. Mviuura 4d 4) fII
...... BAKER.
1.11Ann Since they have Indicated no( Defendant. ,, whose place of D I WHAT LISTENING TO HIS
realilence Ii unknown _:: / WA5
-- desire to count you as social You are. hereby notified that a O TNAT $ RADIO"N SCHOOL"

friends, take the hint. Invite them Complaint filed. : nour'o Divorce* and you haa are Been required I O O I v .

only) when their absence would to aerve a copy of your am-
daughter and wee or pleading to old I Complaint 1
ctnoarrass :
your \
; on the Pimntlffi allnrney, VMIllam
Landers son,In-law, such as a christening H. Kuundirea, 7 rtellalr Arcade.. I
Cocoa Florl.la, and file the orlflnilanawer 2j/S
party fir( your grandchild or your or pleading. In the office) of
a children's weUding anniversary. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or !
<" before" of February. 1W4.
: If you:1I28taJo in, Judgment:; l>y
Check Those Dreams Dear Ann Landers: Acry Jef.ult will ba lakes .a.lut you I v 4 LIB Np
for the relict demanded In the Com- I D
I good fiicnJ of mine is under 30 plaint.' '

She Is beautiful Done and ordered .1 Tltuavlll. i & \
years age 1o
: .n.anv1 .r Florida I Ski 24 day of January, 1961.l! \
bright and:! holds a responsible CURTIS R BARNES: _

: Dear Ann'Lanters'! : I'm a reijiecta At the subconscious level you position. This woman) has just Clerk Krevard of County the Circuit, ,Florida Court

la intrricj woman with a unquestionably have some suppressed married for the third time another (COURT .SEAL: )

child- desires in connectionwith !: By Bertie Hall
: Coed husband and two nice handsome, mean, abusive Deputy Clerk

I ren. The problem Is this: Almost your boss. If these dreams sweet-talker with an alcoholic William H. Roundtree WELL, HAVEN'T YOU

every night I dream about my persist perhaps you'd better set problem, In fact, the first husband 7 Attorney Bellalr for Arcade Plaintiff MR. ANYTHING TO SAY GOO B t.\'
e boss. another job before our subconscious and the third husband look Pont Office Box 228 n 1

I ar'mire this man very much: desires turn Into conscious enough alike to be brothers. Cocoa.Jan. 27,Florida Feb. 1,, 10 17 (Mon.) 1W4 AORNATHY YOU TO t an : S.., f V ool j jDUGAN

lie in the kindest and most: gencraus ones I would be willing to bet my MEET SALLY o ; ,
person I hne .ever known. bottom) dollar that this marriage TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERWl N.1vS: SHE : 9/ J

He is also old enough to be my Dear Ann Landers: Our daughter will end up ai the others did Intend Notice lo Ii refl.ler hereby flven, that( we RUNS A o0 1o, N '
: father so I'h ve QO romantic In- married a young man with in pieces. Why would such an Intelligent the Circuit Court of Ilrevard the Clerk County of, BABYSITTING- fl :

terest In film whatsoever at whom the had kept iteady company lovely woman be stupid "Hl'PKRIOrt Florida' the JANITORIAL flctltloua name of 9- SERVICE 2Y oa ;
(for four During their enough to make the mistake ICE" ::c .
: least not during the daytime. But: years same under which we Intend, to IN TOWN.
courtship the parents of the three times? DISTRESSED r tao our bimlneee agreeable I- '
a when night- Wls} round It's a to law of Florida.I : I Iffi

: diHercnt |tor?>\d: young man were polite but cool ONLOOKERDear JOHN I.. TEW Z J
to us. We were never invited to R1
Looker: Your friend'schoice Crofton
: The next day \1the ott\c\ I Brewer. Holland 2,11
their borne for dinner although Attorney. I
of husbands has to at Law
can hardly (face him, I keep tell nothing p. o. Pox ens

: ing myself a prrjnn can't help they accepted two Invitations to do with brains. The woman mar' Tltuevllle.- Florida FINESMITHERSIWANT ARE's UA NOTAS Trf I THINK. I'D BETTER DO A LITTLE

f I a ,what he dreams bt: t the boss ours. rice punitive, abusive men because ) Feb. 10( 17, 24, III.... 2 (Mon.) JIN,. TREECARIS YOU TO TAKE ME U P TO GOODSKIER? GOOD IvA PRACTICING ONTHE WAV J

a must wonder why I act so self- Recently I had occasion to call she has a personality prob : OUT IN L THe FROSTY MOUNTAIN AS YDFRONLMR.

conscious. When he speaks to meI at their home. They did not sug- lem. Read Star-Advocate Classifieds! SKI RESORT. r LIKE I Ic Io Iz

always pretend Jo be fussing Cost that my husband come, too! ABERNATHY. a TOBH.,.

with a hangnail or a loose buttonon although other couples were pres Ann Landers' frank and in WHOLE LIFEINSURANCE

my blouse anything to avoid ent. He was crushed and now formative new book, "Teen-Agcr D4wu

looking him In the c>'c. says we must have nothing to do And Sex" (205)( ), Is now avail
with these people mince it is Hel.i Starting At
apparent able at book store.
The toss wife dots not treat your '
they don't care for our Ann Landers Low As:
will be
glad to
him very nicely which makes me

mad bet. of course this Is nono company.We help you with your problems.Send ,t". ( : !

of my business and I would! never have planned several family them to her in care of this 20 J.37 per $1,000 Annually eY
JS 3.17 -
affairs/ this per $1,000
and have decided Annually
let on that I notice In my year newspaper, enclosing a stamped, 40 $.44 $IOCIO __
par Annually "
not to invite them.. Our
self-addressed Z Itl
dreams he is always socking con envelope HAROLD A. STANEK &
daughter Is hurt and cmbairass- -

solation from me. ed by the attitude of her in,laws 'ENVELOPES = Business Sizes -'j ASSOCIATES
embarrassment is b- Also Kraft 117 BROAD STREET
My ghln- but we do not speak of it. Are we Envelopes with clasp ,
ing to interfere with my work. Do right in for mailing Full i stock at Star- I 267-2392 rF.M 0/V+M4ew te-nLL ., w
excluding thorn? Advocate
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February 17, W4 TIrutvin* (Florida) Star -Advocate Pago 5-B
---- New Beach Sets
Smyrna Sunday

1 U -, GOP's "Open House" For Area Residents I ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORSCommercial

Atlend DinnerTo d y Industrial
Now. Strom Death is holding/ city and county maps brochures. House) Wiring and Fixtures
in open house" (for the public displays and guide service will
next Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. be available Llcented In Volusla and Braverd Counties! sued, Most Cities
Hear Bow at! the Smjrna Yacht Club. They're emphasizing the homes In These Count i...
refreshments will be available shopping facilities rentals, road I

Representatives from all three 4t, the open house at the yacht and streets, recreational areas I ELECTRIC SERVICE OF N. S. B., INC.
Republican clubs in North Bre ,I'lub where general 1 information, the beach schools) etc I
+ 107 N. Orange New Smyrna Beach
vnrd attended tht: Lincoln Day
Phone 418-2484

night.In dinner. in Cocoa Beach Thursday County Permits Over $$1 Million I

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addition other Republicans
not affiliated with clubs attend .r Thirteen commercial building Wednesday)

ed. permits: totaling M9700, helped Thirty.five residential< permits
Scottsmoor was well-represent push the past week's business accounted for -170.550( of the
ed with seven member of the over the $1\ million mark. overall total while the remaining ( showing following available at Sunday Open Home)
Charles Allen family attending f 1 1F records at the County Zoning $27-loo was taken, up additions by ntlccllaneonis Modern, 1.bedroom. 2-bath home, with :Florida room, screened
Others from North Brevari repairs .
of porch end closed garage $17,500.
Office revealed permit\ figures .
were Mary Winn Anderson Oscar + k Si.otiTWO for the week through etc.Lar'l'8t DRIVE BY AND SEE LOW DOWN PAYMENTS
Abernathy, Mrs Eleanor t'' of (lie commercial THESE EXECUTIVE HOMES
: per
3-bedroom, 2 bath den large
(Shown by Appointment) ; ;
MitLhtll. Mr. and Mrs William
nuts was one for a. fuel oil tei 'lot near bath. $12.500, $400>
RIVERFRONTi 22 DeSofe Drive
Clark. Mr. and Mrs iiaroldStunek Civil Defense urinal at Canaveral Harbor in Buena Vista Deluxe: bedroom Town.
Mrs. Joyce Davidson -kc- Central lirrvard It was issued to 2-bath home) fireplace, Florida
Mr, and Mrs. Den Lewis I' Florida Power and Light Co. room, and welled patio feeing: Charming 2.bedroom, withm.in

Miss Dtlores! league Mea Eliza .- -. -- .. .. ,- Course Will Cocoa, in the amount of $122.700 channel. Sia' ,MflHhMW a1 down., ; bullt.ln'
bells Conner, Mrs Lois Lnkin) UiH'hU'l Corp., Cocoa n the CORONADO SHORES: 103 Dune
DISCUSS PROGRAM Pictured discus- man 01) the >octal science division. The Circle, only e few slept to the
Son, M. E. Fetner, Rev. Charles building contractor EDCEWATER
Dates, who gave the Invocation sins: iheu video presentation for the television television course is! available for college Feb. 21 botch and Indian River 3. Older| house, in good condition,
Mrs Glen Richmond, Paul Wil course on World Civilization are credit and is aired each morning over Begin One commercial permit was bedroom, baths, e dream kit. furnh.d| view| Of river| 4 bed-
Drevard Junior College instructor Henry WESII-TV channel 2. at 6:30: a.m. Issued( In the North Brcvard chen rooms, 2 baths, screened porch,
O. G. Exlme Mr. and Mrs
ey Hale and Dr. Mary Cathryne Park, chair- Bivvaid, County Civil Defense area. It0'15\ for $1400 issuedto CLOSE IN: Cuttom-bullt, with citrus $7,000
Gcoice Kruf and Mr. and Mrs. huge fireplace cypress paneling
Tony Lewis! HS Alhambra St,
W. H. Barnard.A -piimoretl' fallout shelter analysisluurxr 13. 17 ft. master bedroom with CHOICE HOME SITE
total of 420 people attendedthe Channel 24 ETV Groundbreaking V at Prevard EngineeringCnlli'Ko. Titusville, for an addition to the private bath, Florida room, den INLET SHORES) 7$ 160 'ft. lot,
restaurant at Pine Grove Inn, end double lot JlfSSO.OO magnificent view of Intel' HOOO.
dinner, representing all of thv! : : Melbourne to start Fobluary -
U. S. 1. John Beach, Box 727, Tl- See Margaret Kllkna er Richard Paxton at
11 clubs in the county. 21, tusville was listed as the buildIng .
Master of ceremonies was Ceremony Slated For Feb. 23The contractor PAXTON REALTORS
/ The of the
Richard Muldrew a member of first! t meeting{ sped- Five residential permits were

the county commission. The Groundbreaking ceremonyfor .il course in fallout shelter course Issued to the A. J. lUoom Construction 41V Flagler Avenue, Beachtlde
"Abe Lincoln", with black present budget of President Channel 24 Educational Tele anolysa I will be held a Co.. 1611 San Marco Phone i 428S221 or 42M142

beard, top hat and frock coat Johnson is :S I billion higher, and than he vision studio building, to be held d'1 7pm. on F rid i a y the 21st. Blvd. Jacksonville, for homes In
was introduced by Muldrew who President Kennedy's was February 28, 10:00: ana. on Oak Port st. John on U. S I south of
told him that many had traveleda is not reducing spending, he Is Ridge Road, South Orlando. i is as This tonne is designed to tram Titusville. These were for $l0..
long way to hear him rtpeat Increasing It.ClingresIman. follows: d'Y rraduate architects and engine-! 800 to $11.21)0 each. To Our Many Patrons

liia address at Gettysburg, In do'ft Bow stated thatWashlngt.Jn R, Earl Klpp, president FlorIda d'I t'r, to perform the analysis and Five permits also went to 4n From Titusville and
has Kruscheva
given Central East Coast ETV (jt"I tan of structures for gamma
voice, speaking slowly, and
James S. Trimble, 138 Jay Jay Surrounding Areas .
credit card to get anything he Inc., and Superintendent of Orange -
Vith his>> left hand holding! his radiation protection In the event Road Titusville, for homes in
wants The legislation that County Schools will serveas :
coat lapel, he repeated the ut fallout from nuclear devices. LaGrange{ Acres Those were for A BIG WELCOME
Master of CeremoniesThe
*pCQch made famous at Gettys- kept Legislators In Washington
Course instruction under the $10,900 to $12,500 each.W. lo the world's
burg. lIe later identified on Christmas Eve, was not the EJgewater High
direction Professor D. C. Alexander Box 3U Ti
sale of wheat to Russia wheal Band, under the direction of Del Bryan
Bert- Wilson.. not mentioned but the Kieffncr will play "The National Spangler, Department of Civil tusville, was issued a $13,000 per rt The Air Is Clean-the Water Warm-
Edward J. Gurney, Congressman was: Anthem" and "America the Engineering University of Florida mil for I home on Oak Circle Plenty of Hospitality. Come In
sale of products Products couldbe
( from this district, spoke and Beautiful". --- This date has been chang Delve !in Shady Oaks No 4 sub I >f j end Brouse Around.
made ,
anything or grown
briefly on the good chances Republicans COMPLETES division. ) ,.. ," '
Devotional will be conductedby COURSE: Pit >'r from February Mth. \ !
had to elect their can President Johnson got his way
\ the Rev. F.'ernon Quigley Franklin Mazion, son of Solo- SY O'S I U known 'for their high styles and
the bill Sen.
didates this next election, before and was passed. president Orange County Ministerial During the course it is anticipated
(presenting Congressman Frank Bow said he and other Republicans Association! mon Mazion. 932 DeLeon Ave., that James Roembke Head Clean, Economical, Dependibl very moderate prices en all standard brandsof

'IBow of Ohio who gave the main along with many Democrats The groundbreaking addressby Titusville, Fla., completed eight of Archectectural and Engineering iport and casual dress wear for the lady

perch of the evening. Congressman were not against selling Brantley Burcham will fol. weeks of advanced Infantry training Department for OCD-DOD, NATURAL GAS and gentlemen.ITD'S .
( Bow was happy to see in the wheat to Russia for dollars or and Marion Dross from OCD-
low the Introduction of
guests. ; at the U. S. Army Training feature Hawaiian Sportswear for +
'audience two former colleagues gold: but were against giving Groundbreaking will be perform. Center Fort Gordon, Ga., Feb. DOD. will each visit a class Will be Available to the Residents your
',of his who now live in Brevard, United States taxpapcrs to Mr. ed by the Board of Directors of 10. !Mazion received instructionin of Ntw Smyrna Beech. Summer "Luaus". i ,
Fred Busby, Former Congressman Kruschev. FCEC ETV. Inc. and Superintendents HAL
the various of
phases highly;
from Illinois, and Ed S n. Cow read from the Congressional of Public Instruction. (ethnical skills his future workin HARRISSARCHITECT So Fla Natural Gas Co. SYD'S
''Scribner, former Congressman Record of June, I960 Presentation of Flags to the the Army will require of him NEXT TO POVTOf MCE'
from Kansas when he had stated that America station will be as follows: Flag, 428-5563 421.5721
as an Infantryman. The 23-year. 113 Canal Street Dally 1:30: to i Sunday 9 M 2
Turning serious, CongressmanBow should serve notice on Castro flown aver U. C. Capitol, courtesy training 138 North Coutewoy .
old soldier
completed basic 302 Mailer OA I 4434 New Smyrna Beech
said the number of poor in that he was not going to takeover of Senator Spessard Hollandby New Smyrna Beich, Fla. 32Mf N.w Smyrna Beach
at the fort.
:America who are going to bed our properties in Cuba. lie Color Guard provided by In

hungry ocrats, has according increased to the from Dem 17 Harry pa'ised' and Truman asked have what done would U spector-Instructor Engineer Co., F.MF Staff, USMCR Eighth, Orlando or f === ;;;;;;;"-ij.;; .
flown Florida
million in Roosevelt's day to 30 Castro had cut off water? Heendi ; \11111 ,
soarer a
,million in President Kennedy's ,'d his talk with the state Capitol Building, courtesy of a .
Governor Farris Bryant, by o 1
'campaign!! to 40 million now, according ment that it was time we get
to President Johnson. back to Teddy Roosevelt's days. William C. Johnson, administrative i oaaadaoaaaap.
I assistant to Gov. Bryant I ,
Sunday February |
A. F. Edmunds:: general managerof I g g
Channel 24 ETV will acceptthe I

EVENRUDE HOMELITE I Closing Flags remarks for the station.and awards I I 0 OPEN HOUSE at. 1 1fo5pm. I

LONE-STAR THUNDERBIRD STAMAS will be by made closing by Mr.selections Kipp followed of- I r !

DAN'S BOATHOUSE INC. EJscwaltr Mrs. Hetty High llcaton School, president Band. I New Beach

Orange;: County Council of Par Smyrna ||

ents the and Groundbreaking Teachers is chairmanof arrangements Q .

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( ) IX THE: ClRCriT COfRT: OF THR: 10 day of January, er other defenaiva Plaintiff pleading to attorney aaldComplaint ISOTKK Full KINtt" IMSCU1KOE: (|f
:3WU< 3.-0 Denver Avenue, Stuart, I ANNECEU:
: 4IIISCKKY.: Byi I Brtl H.IIDepuly Florida and file the original gnawer Notice It hereby given that I have
MISTER BREGER Ma. v4,1MIDSLATE Clerk or defenalva pleading In the office flied my final return aa Admlnli-
: HOMES INC. a Florida Harry. M. Hobb.Attorney of tht Clerk of the Circuit Court.the I tribe with Will Annexed of the Ealate -
Tltuavllle, Florida, on before I of LOUIS E OLBKN., deceased
k.aw1 r ar aoMYla wy es',. oorporatloa, fur Plaintiff .r.rI ; :
Puzzle Plaintiff. ens Madlaoa Street Utb day of March 1964 you fall I that I have Mad my petition fur(
VM.. Tampa, Florida to do ao. a Decree Pro Confeaao will attribution and for final dltcharieaad .
HARRY E. HORNER Feb. 8. 10. IT. 24 (Moo, 1M4.IH be taken against you. for the relief that on March, 1904 I will
Defendant.XOTICK prayed' for la the Complaint apply to tha Honorable Virgil BConkllng .
ACRO49 4. 23. IIP HI I ir THE: UKra-IT 101 HT Of tltENI.t'rll The real property being forecloaeclupon County Judge of Brevard
Map JRt' flah
i ti la altuata, lying and being In of call.
THE STATE or rl.OHIDA Jlll(111. (1144 t 1r oY County approval Final
I, Boy..club 8. KiMpntlal 25. Soak i Homer I'U I Hrevard County. Florida' ana I. Return and for an Order of Dlitrl-
TUi Box 9631.:: ALUkllrt IV .IV It CUR IIKK-
home"fl Candknul\ flaK v HN.lolt: Va. YHI5Ctt'NffIII described aa followatowlt; : butlon and for Final Discharge, ..

Cant tree 2G. Oxtrich: iPP1 YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED \:M- 'r.K V XI. J7JIMIMl Lot 1 .Block CC. Howe Oarrlent.Doctlon ., Administrator With Will Annexedof
C 1. Brevard County
a tba Estate: of Loult E Olsen dactated.
11, Recess for 7. ( sot'; MlIT : -
a Rejection like to file your newer" or written de- Florida, at per Plat thereof recorded .
statue $. Courage: .L bird n I tenor, If any, In the above proceed- FIRST MORTUACIE COKP. or in Plat. Book 13. Page 80
n r VbKO BEACH: a Florida : ROT EDWARD OL8FN
12. Mingle 9. Monster lava with lye Clerk of thla Court corporPlalntlff Publto Records of Urtvarcl.
27. roll.h t F
and lo terve a copy tharaut upon .Lloll County, Florida l Admlnlttrator Wl'b' Will
13 Marshal\ ), aa lO.Qalfers' aid river p' the Plaintiff attorney. whole" DONE AND ORDERED at 'fll...- Annexed of the Eitata:: of

troops\ 13. Anar p. 23. Splash name and addraaa ..,p..r. hereon.. v.DESIONED. viII.. Florida, tbla 7th day of Louis E. Olien. defeated
14. Ablaze prulacr on or before the Srd tiny ,.( March, IIOMK9.( INC, a r'lor- February. 1UB4CURTia IL GEfLICHAllorn.y.
32.NIckc1:: ', r'' ,H 19 Ida corporation et al, WiLLIAMS
13. A nobleman 19.-th* .. 4Tha Defendant R. BARNES for Estate
of thl.
nature proceeding Clerk of the Circuit Court 118
P. O Box
Western know 3\: l'uah Iciterday'i Aaiwu being .a salt for fora.-loaura on an TO! ARTHUR F. BECK By: V 8. Bpangler Melbourne, Florida

Inrllani 20. MuHlcaJ 31J. Resorts 41. Exclama- Agreement for Deed on tha following rttldence unknown Deputy Clerk Feb 3, 10 17 24 Mon) 196..
17. Attempt study 37 Otherwise tlon .., described real property lying D. H. CLARKE (COURT SEAL)
; 21. Siiimcae II and being lo Bravard County, Florida iloaton, M UI. Feb 10, 17, 24. Mar 3 (Man) 19.4.
21. Land 38. Crown of 42. To
corner .. to-wll
coin measures, head .. e ... You are hereby notified that .a God grants liberty only to
41. Bitter vetch Lot No. 7, Block No. 4. Plat of Complaint bat been filed agalnit LEGAL 3Jc
21 PADS Supply.
Star ofScorpio BIg
22. Llttln child 40. Wlnifllke 43.Poker stake David 811 bdlvl lob .aa recordedIn I you In the above' styled Court fur those who love It, and are always
a tall 1 .. Plat. Book No. 10. Page No foreclosure: of that: certain mortgage Also Kraft Envelopes with clad 1
28. A cut of u to 27. of the Publla Hecnrda of to guard and defend it.
; I J. 4 .. I tj \yo/ recorded In official record book lt 2, ready -
t meat Hrevard County Florida Page U,, Brevard. County Florida, for mailing. Full stock at Star I
90.f3'dyof DONE and OHDEHEH at Tltuivllle Public Records, and you art. required Advocate Daniel Webster
: Moslemarholara II / 'i Hrevard County KMwIita IH to nerve a copy of your answer"

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I.J 7j 14 -...
payment I 19 (// 'll to TOMEAND
0 33. Largo! winecask / ht. LISTEN, WRONG AND / I POT AND CHILDREN e
I'1. 'y :u LOIS-- 7bU NOW / V DITTO TOW

34.Con.teU/L./ '/ r, 1"'l/ / & t /rMr./ 1 IT

lion! q, ..4':' :4 .l5 14 :1 NAVI G ANARGUMENT
36. Fall month:

abbr tlI d fo Another feature of this house is that it', only a

39. Red deer stone's throw from the high school. e ..' 1 li

43.Ulah if i.l n
45.:VVhltd bear I

4 46. Jo'lowe., /h r// :/ 14 saT. 0 0

S'J10 UK Ml. IIKItll' tit I.OKIU.
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,z Dear Heavy Hearts: Being, re .
49. ItkeV tills tiit \ I'. tl.OKlUt
III "X< .HV M). neat oI
toted la not I
enough rca-
4U.! Cnnclne U 44 4 & gout : UMIALD1N12!: DfcTA HAKEIl,

I flOWN ton to invite people to your par. PlaintiffJOSEPH Ia i -

to Easy Job aw. 41, ties. Furthermore, these peoplearc n.MADIHON HAKER, -- 117O

Employ daughter1 relatives not Defendant C
3. Mciwur k3 4'J
of land 1.-. yours. TO: JOSEPH MADISON BAKER TNyvE
11 Since they have Indicated no Defendant "" ho.. plats of WHAT LISTENING TO NI5
residence I I. unknownYou _: : RADIO ANNOUNCED
desire to count as social I ww7
-- you are hereby notified that .1 I r- "NO 5'NOCLe
a friends, take the hint. Invite them Complaint. for Divorce bu l been ; 1 I v AGAIN ,
filed x lnnt you and you are required -
only when their absence would to acrvt a copy of your answer

eimarrass, your' daughter and or pleading I to cold Complaintnn :
the Plaintiff attorney, William
Ann Landers ton-in,law, such as a christening H. Houndiree.' 1 n.II.I.rc.de.. ,
Cocoa Florida, and file the original,
party for your grandchild or your gnawer
or pleading In the office of
children's wending anniversary. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before 1 February, 1914,
It you :112810d..ro.o. judgment by

: 1. Check Those Dreams Dear Ann Landers: A cry J.f.ult for the. relief will" b.demanded lakeicicle.the I Complaint you-

good! fik'n.l of mine is under JO .
Done and ordriett. at Tltuavllla,
years of age. She is beautiful, Florida. thin 24 day of January, liMl.

bright and holds a responsible CURTIS R. BARNfcg

: Dear: Annl' Lancers: I'm a respectaMo At the subconscious level you position. This woman has just Clerk Rrevard of County the Circuit, Florida Court

U married woman) with a unquestionably have some sup married for the third time another (COURT .REAL)

: good husband ,end two nue: child pressed desires in connection: handsome mean, abusive By Deputy Bertie Clerk Hall

ren. The problem Is this: Almost with your buss If these dreams sweet,talker with an alcoholic William H RnundtreeAttorney r, WELL HAVEN'TYOU j II IIS

every night I dream about my persist perhaps you'd better get problem. In fact, the first husband T Bellalr for Arcade Plaintiff MR. ANYTHING TO SAY VVol tM.!

e boss another job before our subconscious and the third husband look Post Office Box 226 ABERNATHY TnMISSDUGAN ? .. oo

desires turn Into conscious Cocoa, Florida, I'D LIKE r nn r
1 admire! UilJ man very mach: enough alike to be brothers.I Jan 27, Feb 3, 10 17 (Moit) 1064.FICTITIOrs YOU TO YES,,, e j

He in the kindest and most generous ones would be willing to bet my MEET SALLY o f

person I ha e'*ver known. bottom dollar that this[ marriagewill TO WHOM IT WAY CONCERN vt! 'it'" HS // 0 9

He is also old enough to be my Dear Ann Landers: Our (daughter end up as the others did Intend Notice to Is hereby liven that we" DRUMS A op / / l j
: father so I'have nO romantic interest married a young! man with in pieces.. Why would such an intelligent the Circuit\ Court of with Rrererd the Clerk County of BABY)00 Jl

in/ hint whatsoever at whom she had kept steady company lovely woman be stupid "SUPERIOR Florida 1 the JANITOHIAt flctltloui I name of !EFtVICe S1TINGz / o0 3

: least not during the daytime. flatS for four years. During!: their enough to make the same mistake ICE'. under which we intend BFRV.to : : IN TOWN p0, Q
courtship the parents of the three times carry on our bunlnna. agreeable sR

when nifihOtyls: around it's a to lbs I.... of Florida
different(( stor/N young!: man were polite but cool ONLOOKERDear JOHN I.. TEW < JeW
e .' to us. We were never invited to ARTHUR A. RICH W+Y
Looker Your friend's ZCJ
: Crofton.
Tbe next day 1ft'' the office Itt Brewer fc Holland l
: their home for dinner although 1they' choice of husbands has nothing to Attorneya at Law :
can hardly face him, 1 keep telling P O Bo* 6HI

r : myself a person can't help accepted two Invitations to do with brains. The woman msN Tltuavllle.1 Feb. Florida FINLSMITHERSIWANT AREVOU AeOQPSKIER NOT AS TTf I THINK I'D BETTER DO A LITTIE
ours. 10. 17. 24. Nut 2 l : what h? dreams, bat: the- bias: rica punitive, abusive men because ) 1961 THE CAR IS YOU TO TAKE ME UP TO ? GOOD %A PR4tTICINGONTHEWAYI

must wonder why I act so self- Recently I had occasion to call she has a personality pro!) Q OUT IN LTHE FROSTY MOUNTAIN ASIO I

conscious. When lie speaks to me at their home. They did not( tut- lem. Rear Star-Advocate Classifieds! FRONT MR. SKI RESORT LIKE no STI

I always pretend jo be fussing! goat that my husband come, too, .' cl.Z> ABERNATHY. a TOBB,.. a a ,

with a hangnafl l or a loose button although; other couplet were present Ann Landers' frank and Informative WHOLE LIFEINSURANCE

on my blouse anything to avoid He was crushed! and now ( new book, "Tecn-Agers

looking: him in the eye. says we must have nothing to do And Sex" ((2.93)), Is now "avail o
with these people since it is Rates Starting Ai
The boss' wife cJOl'l1ot/ treat apparent able at your book store

him very nicely which makes' mo they don't care for our Ann Landers will be glad to Low At:

.*'a 1
mad bit t of course this is none company.We help you with your problems

of my business and: 1 would never have planned! several family Send them to her in care of this 20 J3T per $1,000 Annually
affairs this and have decided 25 3.17 pr $1,000>> Annually
let on that I notice. I In my newspaper enclosing a stamped, 40 S 44 per $1,000 _
not to Invite them. Our Annually
self addressed 1 IS
reams he is always seeking consolation envelope. HAROLD A. STANEK &
daughter Is hurt and cmbairass-

from me. ed by the attitudo of her in.laws ENVELOPES = Business Sizes ASSOCIATES

My embarrassment Is beginning Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp 117 BROAD STREET _
but do not
we speak of it. Arc we
to interfere with work. Do for mailing Full stock at Star- 267.2372
right In excluding them? _
dreams mean anything? Can< you Advocate Office. T/I/ ; : I

help me? DOUBLE; LIFE : ...

Dear Life: Yes, dreams: do alli' J v r,

mean something, but I'm no interpreter TELEVISION
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Monday, February 17. 1M4 TlMtvin (Florid) Stir Advocate Page 5-B
New Beach Sets
- -- Smyrna Sunday

' Area GOP's ., ri -
,,,, "Open House" For Area Residents

Comm.rclal Industrial!

I Attend DinnerTo 'New/ Sm>'rna Beach is holding city and county maps brochures!' House Wiring and Fixtures
an open home' for the public display and guide service will

next Sunday from 1 to S p,mat be available licensed In Vehicle and Brevard Ceunties) and' Moat Cities
Hear Bow the Smjrna Yacht Club. They're emphasizing the home In Theje Counties!

Refreshments will be availahle shopping facilities, rentals! roads I

Representative from all three 'r at the open house at the yacht and streets recreational areas. I ELECTRIC SERVICE OF N. S, B., INC.
Republican clubs in North Bre dub, where general information, the beach, schools, etc.
107 N. Orange Now Smyrna Beach
vird attended the I
Lincoln Day Phone 421-24S4

night.In dinner. in Cocoa Beach Thursday County Permits Over $$1 MillionThirteen

---- --
addition> other Republicansnot

affiliated with clubs attend. ? commercial building Wednesday

cd. permits' totaling $569,700, helped Thirty-five residential permits
Scottsmoor was well represent push the past week's business accounted for 70.550 of the
cd with seven members of the over the $1 I million mark overall total while the remaining (Mao stewing following, available at Sunday Open House)
Charles Allen family attending t Records at the County Zoning $27.400 was taken up by nut!- Modern, 3-bodroom, 2.bath home, with :Florida room, screened '
icllancous additions
Others from North BrevarJ of repairs porch and closed garage $17,500.
Office( revealed permit figures:
Wino Anderson Oscar alterations, etc. DRIVE BY AND SEE LOW DOWN PAYMENTS
were Mary Si\'Ob?.650 for the week through
Abernathy, Mrs Eleanor THESE EXECUTIVE HOMES
of the commercial
Largest: per .
bedroom, 2 bath dent large)
I' (Shown by Appointment) ;
Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs William
nuts was one for a fuel oil tci
RIVERFRONT MDeSora Drive 'lot near b"ehI'M"*; $400><
Clark. Mr. and Mn darold Ii Civil Defense urinal at Canaveral !ll.irlxir m Buena Vista Deluxe 3-bedroom :lown-

Stanek, Mrs. Joyce Davidson Central Brevard It was issued! to Ibath home fireplace' Florida
Mr.[ and Mrs. Ben Lewis i;' florida Power and Light toCoioa room. and walled) patio facing: Charming, 2.bodroom, with

bliss Dflores! Teague, Mi> Elizabeth 1: ,,4. L ', 'Course Will In the amount of $12=;!,700( I main channel "screened 8'3 with porch$350 and down': built-Ins.
Conner, Mrs. Lois Ickin licchtel Corp., Cocoa is the CORONADO SHORES, 103 Dun
DISCUSS PROGRAM Pictured discusman 0)) the social I science division The Circle, only a few stops to the
son, M E. Fetner, Rev. Charles building contractor. EDGEWATER
Hates, who gave the invocation, sing their video presentation for the teleteleVISion course i is available for college Feb. 21 beach and Indian River 30dtr| house, (In good condition.
Jlrs. Glen Richmond: Paul Wi1cy !- vision course on World Civilization are credit and is aired each morning over Begin One commercial permit was bedroom baths, a dream hit- furnished| view of river 4 bed
Brevard Junior College instructors Henry VVESII-TV channel 2, at 630; a.m. i issued In the North lirevard! chin. rooms, 2 both, screened porch,
O G. Exlme, Mr and Mr .
Hale and Dr Mary Cathryne Park, chair'I Duvaid County Civil DeftnneH'imMimt area It was! for $4,400 Issued CLOSE IN: Cuiiom built, with citrus $7,000.
George Kruf and Mr. and Mrs huge fireplace, cypress paneling
to Tony Lewis, 143 Alhambra St '
W'. H, Barnard. fallout shelter analysis 13 I 17 ft, mater bedroom with CHOICE HOME SITE
Titusville, for an addition, to the bath, Florida den INLET SHORES 75 1W ft. lot,
Channel 24 ETV lOurM- at Trevard Engineering room : x
A total of 420 people attendedthe Groundbreaking
restaurant at Pine Grove Inn, and double lot $1f.l5000 magnificent view of Inlet $4,000
dinner, representing all of the College/: Melbourne to start Fibmjry -
U. S. I 1.., John (lieach. Box 727, Ti See Margaret Kllkna or Richard Piston at
11 clubs in the county 21, tusville, was listed as the building .
Master of ceremonies was Ceremony Slated For Feb. 28 contractor PAXTON REALTORS

Itichard Muldrew, a member of The first meeting of the ipecl- Five residential permits were
the ----- il course in fallout shelter course 41t Flaglor Avenue, Beechilde
county commission The Groundbreaking; ceremonyfor issued to the A J lllooin Construction '
The budget of President Phone 42(1211 4118142 ,
present : or
"Abe Lincoln", with black Channel 24 Educational Tele analyse I will be held a Co., 1611 San Marco
beard, top hat end frock coat, Johnson is 5 billion higher than vision studio building, to be held! 7 p.m on Friday i the 21st. Blvd., Jacksonville, for homes In
President Kennedy's was, and he February 28, 10:00 am.., on Oak Port John
was introduced by Muldrew who St. on U. S. 1 south of
is reducing spending, he is rim course is designed to train
not Ridge Road, South Orlaiuo! I is as Titusville.
told him that had traveled These were fur $10
a long way to many hear him repeat increasing It.C"ngressman. follows: eCOMPLETES graduate architects and engineer 800 to $11,200 each ";' To Our Many Patrons

Ma address at Gettysburg. In a Bow stated that R Earl Klpp, president Flor to perform the analysis and Five also i From Titusrillo and
permits went to
loft Washington has given Kruscheva Ida Central East Coast ETV rtt-Mijn of structures for
and gamma
voice speaking slowly
James S. 1rlmblc, 138 Jay Jay Surrounding Areas .
credit card to get anything he Inc., and Superintendent of Orange ,
with hU left hand holding hiscoat radiation protection in the event Road, Titusville, for homes In '
war.ts The legislation that County Schools, Mill serveas
lapel he repeated the A BIG WELCOMEto
01 tnllout from nuclear devices LaGrange Acres. These! wire for
speech< made famous at Gettysburg kept Legislators in Washingtonon Master of Ceremonies $10,900 to $12,500 each the world'.
t ourxc instruction Is under the
Christmas Eve, not the The Edgewater High School M
) Ho later identified was SAFEST BATHING BEACH
was as wheat Band, under the direction of Del direction of Professor Bryan D. VV. C. Alexander, JInx 314, TI.
sale wheat to Russia
Best, Wilson, of not mentioned -but the Kleffner, will play "The National SpangUr Department of Civil tusvllle, was issued a $$13,0110> permit j 1 The Air II Clean the Water Warm-
__ Edward J. Gurney, Congress- wail Anthem" and "America the Engineering, University of Florida for a home on Oak Circle I Jf Plenty of Hospitality Come In
sale. of Products couldbe
;man from this district, spoke products. Beautiful". This date has been ehang- Drive' in Shady Oaks No 4 sub M and B route Around.SYD'S .
{briefly on the good chances Re- anything made or grown, and Devotional will be conductedby [ COURSE Pvt. ,rr from February 14th. division. v. t,
publicans had to elect their can President Johnson got his way
the Rev. F. Vernon Quigley, Franklin Mazlon, of Solo-
son .
didates this next election, before and the bill was passed. Sen president, Orange County Minis During the course it is anticipated Is known for their high styles and r
,presenting Congressman Frank Bow said he and other Republicans terial Association. mon Mazion, 932 DeLeon Ave., that James Roembke Head= Clttn, Economical, Dependable very moderate prices on all standard brands

!:Bow of Ohio who gave the main along with many Democrats The groundbreaking addressby Titusville Fla., completed eight of Archcctcctural and Engineering of sport' and casual drags wear for the lady

speech of the:\ evening. Congressman ; were not against sellIng Brant ley Burcham will follow !- weeks of advanced infantry train- Department bur OCD DOD, NATURAL GAS and gentlemen.
'( Bow the wheat to Russia for dollars or and Marion Dross from OCD-
was happy to see in
the Introduction of at the U. S
guests. Ing Army Training SYD'S .Nature Hawaiian Sportswear for your; >'
audience two\ former colleagues pole!, but were against giving Groundbreaking will be performed Center, Fort Gordon, Ga., Feb. DOD, will each visit a class Will bo Available to the Rttl- .
of his who now live in Brevard, Lulled States taxpapers to Mr. by the Board of Directors of 10, Mazion received Instructionin Summer "Lwaui" .i,
dents of Now Smyrna Botch,
Fred Busby, Former Congress Kruschev. FCEC ETV, Inc. and Superintendents HAL
the various phases of highly HARRISS ON THE BEACH SIDE
nan from Illinois, and Ed S"n. Bow read from the Con of Public Instruction, technical skills his future workin ARCHITECT So Fla Natural Gas Co. SYD'S

Scrtbner, former Congressmanfrom gressional; Record of June, 1960, Presentation of Flags to the the Army will require of him NEXT TO POSTOFPICE
Call 421 5721
Kansas, when he had stated that America station will be as follows: Flag: 428-5363
as an Infantryman. The 23-year 113 Canal Strut Dally 1.30: to i Sunday t til 2
Turning serious, Congressman shotli serve notice on Castro flown over U. C. Capitol courtesy 138 North Cauteway
old soldier completed basic training 302 Flakier/ 6A 4414 New Smyrna Beach
Dow said' the number of poor in that he was not going to takeover of Senator Spessard Holland at the fort, New Smyrna Beach, Fl. JJO*' Now Smyrna Beech
[America who are going: to bed our properties in Cuba. lie by Color Guard provided by In-

hungry according to the Democrats passed' and asked what would spector-Instructor Staff, Eighth

has increased from 17 Harry Truman have done if Engineer Co., FMF, USMCR, Or. mssssssssssssssssSunday: : ;; ij
million in Roosevelt's day to 30 Castro had cut off water? He lando; Fla., flown over Florida \\'IIIIII
pillion in President Kcnnedy's'campaign ended: his talk with the state Capitol, Building, courtesy of D OrD1 '
Governor Farris Bryant, by r r I.,
to 40 million ,
now acCording ment that it was time we get
to President Johnson. back to Teddy Roosevelt's days. William C. Johnson, administrative 0 .ororororoP ra i.
assistant to Gov Bryant 23
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A. T Edmunds: general) managerof I s
Channel 24 ETV will accept
EVENRUDE HOMELITE the Flags for the station I I ?5

Closing retrurlci and awards m OPEN HOUSE at. 1 1toSpm. l $

LONE-STAR THUNDERBIRD STAMASDAN'S will b by<> made closing by Mr.selections Kipp followed of I &

Edgewattr! High School Band, '

BOATHOUSE INC. Mrs Betty llcaton, president New Beach fa

Orange:and County Teachers Council is chairmanof of Parents Smyrna

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CLASSIFIED For Rent GLAMOR GIRLS Plumbing Supply'SEPTIC Rear Estate Services

ditloning, TV, Maid service $25 .a, pre-cast concrete, steel-rein- HARVEY
DP.'Jt"t.INB: 9 ,
I For p.Ift W.d.Dy* Frl BeforePublication. weekly 2327 S. Washington or v.t_ forced state-approved, sizes 540 -2S13: Merry Lane, 3. 162 25 acres divided by good
I 11AM. Bat For Mon Publlcktlon call 2675407. -( OITj' gals 630 gals I 735 gals: and 1000 bedrooms, carpeted, air conditioned county road with over one
) C- Grease traps I Installed, tanks $11,900. 2679933: REAL ESTATELICENSE
LOW rates, clean rooms for workmen :. pumped and cleaned, drain fields mile railroad frontage.
WANT cents AD RATB8t word $10.3. Call 267-6185 or 267. ) relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman ROUTE 4*. Enjoy country livingin SCHOOLStart Priced to sell now. $460
Minimum Cbtrfi 80o 3992 Septic Tanks, Inc., Phone AM 7* this lovely 2 bedroom home per acre with terms.
4421 P. O BOX 2016, Titusville. with carpeted living and dining this Tuesday T P. M
-- SPACE FOR RENT \\qZ't\\ Florida. room, large Florida room, furnished attend first session as our llUest.HOWELL'S .
i. ALL CLASSIFIED_ IN ADVANCE ADffPAYABUB j'-: kitchen utility room, 173 10 acre ranch with com
I Except Ealabll.b.d l Account I 3400 SQ FT. available for rent, Real Estate work shop and a large 150 x: 200 : fortable home. All cleared
good 1 location, center of town, beautifully landscaped lot facing BUSINESS COLLEGE and partly fenced. $22,500
I $300.00 month Sydney Route 4ft The bade yard is
'. :::UutfIed Display on- RequeitrivUe Rate Avtllabl Schwartz,per 1141 S. Hopkins, Titus ACREAGE OR finished Iota, city feneed Priced at $13,500 00 with 1528 S. Wash.. Ave. (U.S. 1)) with terms
water, and sewerage Baker $2000 down. Shown by appointment 287 1181
Tb. .tar-Adyocat. r..orv.u the vllle, Florida 2676100 / ( 1 .
> if Mvltlnr or njoctlng ) 267 5530. Geo M. Barley Jr., Inc., 192 10() acres close to( new 405.
icy dvwtlument which It deem.objeetlonibli 342 So. Wash. Ave. Phone 2673622 .
aDd to chugs the WAREHOUSE FOR RENT HOUSES FOR SAL r INCOME TAX RETURNSby Excellent 1 1 t developable
cl&OfiMtIOof *nr dvtrtlnment land Buy this at $1100 per
frow that ord.nd to conform to GARDENDALE, 3 bedroom, 2 telephone or appointment. acre with good terms.
STORAGE SPACE metal build
the Tb.policy 8lal'-Ad of thli YOCU.' paper-will not b.re.pon.lbl. Ing on Nevins Court In rear of bath, central heat and air.. $850 j II BEDROOM, 2 bath, new, low Licensed R. W. Copeland, d26: EI.lenCed.:
for more than out In- Star-Advocate building1. Avail down, $11375 monthly 267 6477. down payment Nicest I section in 433 Magnolia Avenue corner,
torrent Inttrtlotr nor will It be Titusville Forest Hills. 2673564
able Feb. 15th See H. II, Hudson -
llabl for any error In advcrtlM- 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath home $2000 Continued oft Next PtJESS 79 x 130 Located near post
rn.m% to a creator extent than at Star below appraised value. 267-7828. 4-ROOM HOUSE by owner.
too cost of the spars occupied by /\j' office in Indian River City.
(Ibo Item I la the advertisement. For Sale ( CASH 2470. 267'1 An excellent buy at $5000

For your house equity LOTS FOR SALE with some terms.
Buelnee* Office M MUD Street FENDER PRECISION electric 267.3262EDGEWATER e
Dial AM 7-0831 .
Blonde finish with
Oftloa, 'Hour* ate: to 6 30 base guitar LARGE LOT for multiple dwelling I northof
: bedroom 470 Corner lot, 92 x 165, (
accessories plus fender leather 6kes F-'un' tm, masonry business
list Sill home. Close to the Indian or community $200 Titusville and east of
case. Base guitar, price $279; down, $35 monthly. Also( can finance -
guitar case, list price $60); worth River, on paved street, 13200. U. S. No.1. Cleared and
building. 2671481.
Animals near $350, sacrifice at $J200 Excellent "How do I look dancing! with this one, Charles? Park Avenue Realty, 103 E. Park Inquire, ready for building. $2200

condition. Call Ron 267- Try it on." Ave., Edgewater. cash.
; 0331 or 287.7135 after 1 pin
PONY, Pinto mare, gentle.. $100. DREAM: HOUSE beautifully furn- WE WILL BUILD
267-2272. BROTHERS ELECTRIC portable I Help Wanted Mobile Homes ished, has all that makes a housea W. CHILDRE 487 50 x 150 on Capron Road,
sewing machine. All attachments home, large lot, back fenced,
Indian River
TO SUIT YOU City. Bargainat
Boats For Sale and buttonholer, good con- FEMALE HELP WANTED TRAILERS FOR SALE plenty citrus fruit. Immediate
I dition, $25. 2675849 possession. Phone 2675470 ( ALTOn I BUILDER $2200 cash.
U' JACKSON, 35 liP Johnson, electric LADY EXPERIENCED I in selling 26' ALUMINUM trailer, first class On Your Lot I
start, 12 volt! battery, FREIGHT DAMAGED 2IG ZAG, dresses and sportswear Give details condition. $150 down, balance LOVELY HOME in Whispering 493 Two( lots on highway 46
Slightly Scratched. 64 !Model in letter. Hills, 3 bedroom, :2 bath swimming A New Home
canopy top, all extras 267-3287. Box M, Star Advocate about $9)1)<) $42 monthly. Inquire I 90 ft. x 208 ft.-$1650 and
Dial O-Malic, Must See To Appreciate pool, family room with fireplace
Does Fancy Sewing _Nelson. __ '_Trailer n_ Park. Immediate occupancy, A New RoomWe 96 ft. x 227 ft. $2200. Terms
,Building & Const Makes Buttonholes, Sews On WANTED EXPERIENCED color. 1963 14 ft. Travel Trailer. Like down payment greatly reduced I I
Buttons With out Attachments, cd maid for motel work:. Apply new, sleeps 4, adults, $895, can 2670467 will furnish plans, and make 552 U. S. N(). 1 corner near
Etc. $40 Cash Or Pay $5 Monthly In person. River Palms Motel, be financed 2675196 or 267 loan arrangements with no Howard Johnson's with 113
NIDY CONSTRUCTION, resident. Free Trial Ph. AM 7-5530. 2401 S. Wash. Ave.STENOGRAPHER 4691 down payment Give us a call I
Ills, commercial and remodelin Real Estate ft frontage. This choice(
240' Main Street
13 years In Titusville Licensed ''i KENMORE Au o- tiW sher, AND "girl Fri. LIVE IN COMFORTSee No Obligation frontage parcel priced at t $25,000
and bonded" Phone A\f 72326. Cold spot refrigerator, luggage! day" wanted for active real the new Skyline! Private dining 267-6789 400' spur tract. 87,120 square with 25% down.
carrier rack, window fan. 267- estate office{ Interesting work, room, 2 bedroom, deluxe HOUSES FOR SALE! feet of space. Will sell all or

Child Care _0271 _ good advancement salary and Good opportunity shorthandand for equipment, 55 x 10. J M. CHEWNING part. Zoned B2, ideal for 483 Excellent site for combination -

FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES, essential MARTINS MOBILE HOMES Construction Co. contractors plant and storage business and apart
CHILD CARE 6y': bout, day or typing George Authorized Skyline Dealer
week, Indian River Heights. floor samples, greatly reducedto Barley Inc., Realtor, 342 Wash 1224 N. U. S. 1, M. of Overpass, 647 Highland Terrace yard, wholesale warehouse. merit house already zoned
AM 7-5766. make room for new merchandise Ington Ave.WAITRESS Titusville, 2673081 TlI 'litusville on corner of Hopkins and '
for new lines. Buy of a life Call J. W. Childre RealtyAM
time. 2111 Garden, 267.5733 or WANTED. Old Folks Forrest St, consisting of
For Rent 7-2541
267-1926. Truck Stop. Mima MOONLANDMobile 4V4 lots and priced reason
Brokers Invited able at $20,500 with terms.
Excellent running condition. $20 Home Sales

FOR RENT pair of shoes for $5, size 11. 267- PACER STATION. north Titusville, Titusville 567 100 ft. frontage on U. SNot .
6991 see George Simpson. FOR THE by 442 ft. north of

Floor Phone SanderaTiisher AM*'3253) STUDIO UPRIGHT Piano reconditioned ELECTROLUXSales u.s. 1 North of OverpassTRAILERS PAY RENT! I HOUSE HUNTER Minis in front of Moose

terms One repossessed and Service offers excellent Club. $8500 with terms or
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET Spinet piano. Factory guaranty earnings opportunty' Call Bob TRAILER 4 bedroom ,3 bath home in will lease.

Baldwin Shopping Center assume small lnrOlftr: West, Your Local Electrolux 30 FT. aluminum Spartanette Inspection I good location. Centrally
at 2675157
ments Baby Representalve for information and make offer to J. T. heated and air conditioned. 568 Prime business location( on
APA4TMBMTS FOR RENT reconditioned, $295. ) Lally, Campsalls Trailer Park OWNERSWe
Has extras. U. S. No. 1. Lot 50 x 130
KIRK SCHOOL, OF MUSK? 925 Orlando Road. many, many
APARTMENTS AND trailers I 2126 W. Tropic 2676385 NATIONAL MANUFACTURER ieI1STOGETPA1SF Deadened street with very on east side of new
needs 2 part time men for sales
Weekly, monthly rates. Adults
C'' I have b__Utlful full little traffic Closed Chrysler Plymouth build
only. 504 Garden,. FURNITURE department. Hours S 9 p.m. Company Mobile Home Owners acre mo garage,
BRAND NEW overstocked Must makes all appointments bile home l lots sire 100 :x 440, outside patio, log burning Ing priced at $10000 with

OFFICES FOR RENT sell 7 piece living room] suites. Salary and commission For appointment LIVE RENT for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH fireplace, wall to wall car- 29'%: down, bal. 3 yrs. at

$119.77. 3 complete rooms,$248.50, Call 267.1718. living Has 8%.
pet in area an
't OFFICE SPACE for rent also no money down, easy terms. Call Move In BOW .- Trailer Livingat
suitable for repair shop. Inquire 267-5735. Open Sunday, 10.8 InstructionsSPEAK FREEInvest its best existing $23,200, mortgagewith
671 A real
Like Nu Furniture.. 609 Main St. monthly payments of bargain for the do
2673325. FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine $149.38. cash it yourself man Furnished
: Only $2,300
furniture 8 piece bedroom suite GERMANPrivate $20 down payment and CHRISTMAS PARK frame cottage on 75 ft lot
HOUSES FOR RENT 7 piece dinette all only $13.85 pay only $20 monthly and you needed to move in. on Lord Street and 73: ft.
month Decor Furniture, 206 t
per Groups will buy and possess your own 3 bedroom 2 bath home frontage U. S. N 1 in
excellent on ()
N. Magnolia Avenue Indian River 11 Miles West of Indian River
3 BEDROOM 1 bath, Whispering Free Trial Lesson extra large full aero trailer lot,
Illlls area, unfurnished, $135 per City. Phone 267-7613. TranslationsExperienced ( Become your own landlord. 'P44v O City on Rt. 50. Christmas, FlorIda location( close to Scottsmoor Owner says
month. Sydney Schwartz, 1141 Interpreter Don't tear up rent receipts each wh7VblcIBEDROOMS Phone Orlando 275-1839 shopping and schools. Central sell all on an "as is" basis

So. Hopkins Ave., Titusville, Sale or Trade Call !Mrs Nelon 21>6658 month. More than 150 happy oil heat plus central air for $3000 cash.
Florida 2676100. families now reside in our Beautiful wall wall
1962 FORD for sale conditioning, to
pickup or Trailer
Community. Only m ServicesINCOME
HOUSE FOR RENT with refriger trade. Phone 2675783. few lots left. Visit vi and see i carpet in living area. Has WHY PAY MORE
ator. 118 Christmas Hill Road, for and formal
yourself the finest Mobile family room
!300 3 bedroom tiled baths
$125 per month. 2673422 Help Wanted RUSSELL Home Park in all Florida. TAX returns prepared, dining room and formal
Brand new setting In picturesque
Phone 267 3183. $3.00 and
2 NEW :2 bedroom duplexes, air ---- -- -- INSURANCE CHRISTMAS PARK: !I 2 baths, Florida uP. dining room, lots of extras I
WANTED RETIRED sober landscaped lot
conditioning, central heat, range to live in and smalt Route 50 Christmas, Florida room, central heat, air condition SPECIALIZES M painting trail. and a double carport Only with lots of
manage Inc. ing. lovely landscaping. $3,000 beautiful I
oven and refrigerator $125 plus Phone ers where they sit. free estimates I
Apartment hotel. References Orlando 275-1727 6 months old. Priced at
utilities. 2676317 equity Payments $125 month. Call 267.4611, After 6 p.m shrubs Air conditioned by
Respond Box 1836 Tlturvllle 2001 So. Washington Ave. Direction 12 miles west of Forest Hills, Phone 2675331 2677011 I II $19,800 with an existing Westinghouse with central

:2 landscaped BEDROOM yard 11bath, furnished, large, weU$100 FEMALE HELP WANTED Phone 267-6720 .I BEDROOM :2 bath, $600 down, I PAINTING, .expert reliable and I $17,100 mortgage.Let heat. Kitchen equippedwith
U.S. No.1" Titusville $84.50 monthly. Call 2673222. I bar and complete set
per month Sydney Schwartz, satisfying work:. Estimates gladly us show you these desirable -
lid S. Hopkins Ave., Titusville, Lost on Highway 50. After 5, 2673905.BRENTWOOD. _ AM 70776.WINNING. of beautiful cabinets and
Florida, 2676100. SECRETARY, experienced ESTATES I properties today.REALTORS Westinghouse Continental

in general office work and ANGORA.' CAT, orange and white. TRAILER SPACES FOR RENT .. .
4 well planned models are now Range. Extra large utility
IRC LARGE 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Vicinity of Folsom : :
lioad Please FRIENDS
central heat and air, $140 monthly office machinery. Must like 267.3022: SPACE TO ACCOMMODATE large open. Brentwood Estates Is minutes :>......, room.large enough for(

2671386.TIWV1LLE..Mrs.. Council 2677021 and to meet the public. Inter- ---- -trailer, north of Mimi 267-0933. I West from on Garden downtown Street.Titusville FHA ., GETTING RESULTSCall .. .: .::' your workshop and laundry I
view by appointment. This Mobile Homes Moving Storagem VA, 234 bedroom homes, from in your listing to 2677325 .m" Gracious 23 ft. living
3 bedrooms i with 8 ft.
1 bath $85 monthly, Includes everything room sliding
steel table top stove, built inoven position is open in. the office TRAILERS FOR SALE LOCAL AND LONG distance 267.7142 or NE 6.8385. Free appraisals) on homes, acre \ rsAJ glass doors with white ter
screened room 267-3888IRC of the Greater Titus- movers I age, lots" and groves razzo floors makes this
Moving, storase, packing, 3; BEDROOM. 2 bath, Whispering :
bedroom, like new, no small ville Chamber of Commerce HAYES shipping, cold fur storage, crating Hills, low down payment 267 : .: home one of the most outstanding .
children or pets 2676149 6-8 Ph. AM 7-3036, Mr. TRAILER SALES Free estimates 267-3341. I _0207_ CAMPBELLASSOCIATES :.* 4*. % values in Brevard
PHI) Brevard Ridgeway Mayflower. County. Priced at $13650
New and Used Mobile Homes '.
( 1- I
ROOMS FOR RENT : INC. 412 Main St. Titusville, Fla. with only $450 down. Call ,
8210 E. Colonial Drive, BE SAFE! REALTORS today and let us show you
ROOM If have real estate I I
with private entrance and you
bath. Suitable for gentleman. WOMAN to babysit and do Orlando 277-9671 210 S. .Wash.2877325; Anytime Phone 2675000 this fine home. Ready for

Linens, and maid service, $18 light housework Own transportation to sell or if are __---n-_-_-__ u-_-__-_-___-_-__--_-_- _- -__- _- _. ______ immediate occupancy. I
wetk 267-6895. 7.5 p.m., 5 days per week you BE SURE! ,
267-6297 ENVELOPES
Business Sizes
: SINGLE looking for choice real 865 3 bedroom 2 bath home i
BEDROOM private entrance "North
Brevard's Oldest Real
refrigerator near thop REFINED WOMAN (white), aged Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp Deal Only Estate Seflice"&Zf on Old Dixie highway! I
pins center. 2676633. 3050 to manage and mind home Fenced in lot with fruit I
estate classi.
must be free to live In. Refer. for malting Full stock at Star- our .
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies -I ences, steady well paying position trees. Many extras include I
for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- for right person. Write M Advocate fied columns. With AREALTOR l'Z.JIeQc( two utility rooms, deep I
3400 C., P. O Box 342, Titusville I ..J! well and two air condltioners I

I Total price just

LEARN EARN! T'eleplwmeAK $15,000 with satisfactory
: I
_ SEE OAKWOOD Look for this '->>11 financing arranged.

Secretarial Courses l symbol protection.for It your signifies 8 1. If you are considering a home in the North Brevardarea 89S Split level horn with 3

-- MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing Speedwriting, ShorthandClasses Integrityand ; call one of our trained, experienced sales staffto bedrooms, 2 baths in Indian I

Now Forming high profes. conduct a tour for your family over the entire River City. Near new .
area. We have new and older homes in nearly'every school. Finished room in-

: HOWELL'SBUSINESS sional standing. Deal only section with price and terms to fit almost basement $18,500.i, .

with a Realtor Only a any budget.

LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL COLLEGE Realtor displays this seal 2. We have several complete homes ranging from

$1400000 to $21,500.00 available for immediate occupancy -
George M. Barley, Jr., H
Washington Inc. Make appointment to see those in your

WATER Etc.MONTHLY I Bryan-Conway & chosen price rangeCONSTRUCTION ,

Winstead, Inc. 3. WORKERS'! If you are weary I

Campbell Associates, from trying to find housing. TRY US TODAY DANENBURGREALTY
Howard Johnson'sNeeds
$95 DOWN $30 Inc. 4. Check on FHA homes being remarketed. There
J. W. Childre Realtor
are still a few available and others coming up from

: Sydney Schwartz time to time.Ban.ConwalJ.
TD REACH OAKWOOD. From Titusville go north onUS Danenburg's Beach

1 to Mims Continue north on U.S. 1 for one moremile'
to our entrance. on right. For free information! Waitresses Realty ( & AJlnAttadj( inc. 1314 South Washington I

call 2675586. : Edwards Realty AM 7-3853

We Offer Free Life Insurance, Hospitalization, Surgical Where buyer and teller expect
DRIVE OUT AFTER. WORK TODAY! Benefits, Credit Union and A Liberal Vacation Pay. I S L. B. Newman and.get better and faster service I
DIaL AM. 7. 2011
Day Night or HolidaY'i i
In Person
Apply Titusville.

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February 17, 1964 Star Advocate .

Classified Advertisements PUBLIC NOTICES


nf TIlE "IatnT COl'RI' (J. 5M0.sras ': IN THE CIRCUS, ('Ul.ItT.r THE 1'1 TIlE flKCTIT tUtu tSP fill'':
Conttnuexl From Prc..dlng: Used Cars & Trucks JLpull. (' c M.NTII' : .l.lfl\L riHttlT, IN: I ?I"T" JI'J1U.lIfl1r IiIhL LEE and wifo, MARTHA IP-: That part of: Itloner. the acquiring. authority of
P"'I A5.D FOZ S5E5.ISID : n'.g, AND FOR 8"E\\IID CUINT\, ) SOIl IIlItaJ.II tOtETS.S LEE. ROBERT MAHll'8 anil The Meat 811I.16 feet of Lot *, these prcc.edlns. of the tamningiaf;
L0515'.& riURIOA.til 1.0511'tasancEax\ wIfe RlrA H MAKfl'B. SYLVAN "Weotlon' S3, TownshIp 'g Houlb.Rani the abov-deaLnbed' I land, for (her

Services 1956 BLACK Ford, 2 door hardtop f> < \NCERY NO, I17MHENB1T .IN' < .H\ :\O. t811SO1ICR : NU. ottito51511CR 111. COHEN and wife ALMA U S7 Eaat. Florida Indian purpoie oct forth In the feilllen In
.. COHFNFL'ltJKCT River Land Company plat .i (hi ncaose. via.: Al right of way
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3 speed floor shift $175. 267-6348 YOCNdBLOOPPlaintiff, CLABlCJi WARSIEiPlalntlfl MARTHA S. DALTON, TO: MORTGAGE record- recorded In Plat Hook 1, pace and I drainage aaatineata for a fat-

INCOME: TAX and ". rialnltff R llnok: JIT, page 469 164 public record. Brevard lion of aim Road No 0 In Breuaril.
BY OWNER, 53 Chevrolet good BARBARA A. YOCNQBLOOD. t'.I.UORKTTA MArAVSKIanI County. Florida bring. the Weal County, Florida, and that the Hon.orable .
service, Resident 267-3S1S transportation $85. Phone 267 Defendant GEORUE v. HARMER huabua.l Jl.>S'\I'H!: WAZKUSK1 8 RM feet. of the SK, of AW. %Vt,. ((1 AkrUlgt. one of Ib*
Office 2673751. H. Burgess & NOTICE: OF Hill RONALD Defendant JOHN THOMAS DAI.TOX. of laid Hectlon 33 Judge of the. Circuit! Court In U).,
5846. Defendant SHD Vo 147 I. 147.1IOKANAiIR lyIng within the following deacrlbed Hints Jutlklal ('Ire ult of Florid,
Associates. To Barbara A Youncblood
: To: Ronald George HornierRe.itence TO: JOHN THOMAS IJAi-TON. ( EASEMENT boundaries. to-wlt: will on theII day of February..
Wanted To nknowa \3tll) 13tb Street DRAIVACK: KA8KM: EN'F!: ItlCiHTIKA A. I). IW>4. at I ui clock r Moo In
PAINTING Buy that. a lull for divorce In th hia CircuitCourt b nfiled Notice I. hereby: riven. that a South Houiton. Texaa I ,.'F) STAllION (7440i.21 Refln. on th. Mouth line of said the Branch C.urthouae. at Kuoaleilge >
acilnM tiaa been *Uedagitlnat
you complaint far nlvoroe
Rectlon OJ at 28 1" feet Florida connlcler eaU Declaration
( the Ninth Judicial ( Ircult.In
o by the plaintiff' la the
DECORATINGand end for Hif..." County, .riorl a, auove atyletl you. court and you are hereby t thai a mil of Complaint for I>!vo""" -. Thai part of: West. of the Houlheaat corner nf Taking I appoint: ap
80'24'1\1)\ anil luih
LATE MODEL refrigerator, no thereof and run North pralwri make Order a*
entitled HENRY:> R YO.CNOII LOOt been riled acalnit In Iho
required lo eerie a copy of your you .. The. W".I 6f\8 11II t..I.t 1..1 C.l6erlioe I West Ilk feet: thence North tbe Court ilcpnu proper All parSes
junk please. 2672246. Plaintiff n BARHARA A. VOL'NOxL000 answer and ple'aclnj upon J. \*III above-etyletl cauav, and you ace r.ouIrel .. ,
55. townshIp 28 South. iHl'Jftin' Sinai, IOU) gust: them to the lull and all partlea Interested,
Defendant Cba."y 30.aiim. lam Womlaon P. O. Boa 1115. RauOallle .to serve a copy of your Anawer IUro 37 Runt. Flnrlda ImllunUlviT Hnulh 1111'94MI"* ,.;..t. 11.'T4 fret: in,yaptearus,::5 be heard, al tba
PAPERHANGINGC. USED AUTOMOBILES, City Auto : You are hereby required. to yiarlUa. attorney for tOre .r MoatMnani" no the tnH of Land, Cnmimny Plot a. (theme North av14stt" Kail.145UN time; and plai-e ilealgnatedYou. .

H. Parts. AM 7-3686. nerve a copy of your aniwer or. plaintiff and, file the original an- Complaint on She Plaintiff Altornrya. rrconlnl. In 1'Iut Hook 1 1. psi, feet: I hen,,. North :2VOV/ and each, nf t hereby
Frizzell are
Complaint you
other written defeniea to Ida WALKER & riJAHHOV, 315
In the Office 01
awrr or pleading -.
14' 111 79 feet themNorth
1114. rrcorila, llrtvard County Went
public ;
filed herein upon Carl OHwtnaon the Clerk nf the Circuit Court alTltuavllle NVainlncton Avenue Tltunville, S'I'r-, appear by flllna;
Johnson St. 267.3747 I JJ'S520" 6U ISfoeil. .
1120 10 N. Atlantic Ave., (Coco l iI lu. and l rile Hoililu.: bring thx WeutShaM : Weal. an Anawcr to the Petition heretofere.
Want To Trade Ilrevird County Floridaon the original AnxwrrOT fed at i ihv Hi:', ,of HW' tbeno North 67'84'4" filed la tbli .
Plaintiff LIUI* In the enlluad
lieach. Florida Attorney for before 6th of M. Plvadlnf tn Ihe ufflc of the .
or the day xia ,
of aulil Section :aalylnx Kail. SO feet, hence I North U'
SINGER SEWING Machine Co., and to file the animal thereat r'jerk'>l ut the Court on or before March 20, IWU.
1104. If you fall to nb lo .0. a Dmree Circuit Court on or befur .
within 44 leu of the following 25 :31)) Went lOll) feet: tbenc ,
to "how what .
sales and service. Pinking shears In the office of the Clerk of the Pro COD 1..0 will be tajien. acatnal tA,. ten day of Mann 1964.. doicrlbe.) ditch survey line: North 17'S4'40" Ra>t. 300 feet. : right title, Intwntor
etc. sharpened. Phone AM ,. 818 FT U. S. 19.98 frontage over Circuit Court of flrevartl County of you for the relief denaaaded. In the If yes full I to do ao a Decree fro Commerce. on the South' b..u"darv thence South U'itao": K..t.B7873 and lo you the or above-dracrlbed any of: you have Iaa4 in
17 sand
Florida or before the day Con/eaio will b .
2244. 8 acres, trade for north Brevard on complaint. taken aialuat you of .hl Section 3J .t a 1.lnt 16916: feet. : thence Soulb 4381' show cats. .. why the
March D. 1W4. relief aaaA
4. Thla notice shall be published *'malll'ea ln She *"'' .
wrrCom feet Wa..1 nt the Soulbp..t C'"rn.r : Eaat. 1JIUS3 feet: thnnr.Souh should not b. taken for the
lots. Phone FAIL NOT or a Deeref wva.and
or 267.2016."Today"
acreage uoe a week fur four conaecutlvt thereof, ant run, No'tl82'20*<<1" uO.S510") Waal. 100 fart, .
7REELP bottled installation. entered icnlnt purpose set forth I. 11> tmi.Itlnn .
will be DONE
gas .
Pro Contend \
weeka In Site TUuivllle\ Star-Advo at Tltua Went 1SMH7 feet to the Polni ofIleKlnnlng thence. North 19'24'111" Weal. filed. herein.WITNESS ,
209 N. U. S. No.1. Titusville. you for the relief prayed tor In cate. yule Florida, hit Slut thy ot ,, .
From anlil Point ofllriinnlni 40014 feet to the point of begin- : my Kind and the> fI..,
Gas Service. ald Cornpilnt. Done: and Ordered at Tltuivllle, January" 19,14.ct'atrla, South KJ'21): ) 2n" .
Suburban Propane siafF DONE AND ORDERED at Tltuavllle run' nine ef Ihla Court i.n thl* Bib tiny .,(
Flnilda' this 31.t day of January R. HARNEM. a* ClerCourt'sa.1 ..
2676411. Florida thin lull day ot 77.147 feet to the eel of thl. .r. February. A t>. 1M>4Ct'RTW .
1964. salts Circuit Court vey line dcicrlpllnnContaining .. Containing 4.13 acre, more nr Ie..,
February! A D 1984tCOIRT (COURT SEAL) ( ) IU. of e oi.tlng right of way It. BARNES
NIDY CONSTRUCTION CO. Con. BEADCIRT18 Curllt at Barnea My: He rile Halll.JJf 003 acre more or lea.. for Slat Road SU and Drainage CLERK op THE rincrrr

crete work, masonry, roofing, B BARNE&CL5RK CIRCUIT Clerk of the Circuit Court IJpuiy. Clerk. exclui.lv. ut area In ro.d right of Canal No. 711 rol'RT. IN' AND FOR B.Ie'
carpentry end remodeling. To Visit Coil for Of BRKVARD THE By: Bertie .Hall.Attorney _Feb. 5. 10, 17, 84 tMo,.) 1001. way for Stole Ron. II COURT Jiepty ClerIc OWNED HYKi)nEHT M. fVP- : : and wit MARTHA 8UPUMJbCT BY V 8. HuinBlrrnrrH'TY
Phone AM[ 72326. COUNTY. FLORIDA J. WIlliam WoeIon ; K I'IMrl'IT (01 HT OK
DC. Tilt: LEE and vita MAUTIIA Itt''- 1.55: ClERK
By: V. 8. Spanll..r for Walntlff IMH JtlldlJ. l1I'I\T I" l.EEMt'llJKCT TO MORTGAGE re.
: ..
Feb. 17, 24. Mar. 2. II 1M4 i P. O. Box 11711 ., Ormo' JoIlK IH.V bEll ('01 'I'U TO: SIOItTOArjR' TO' corded In O R. Book 217 pale 4rtlhelil JAMES 18E"'I J, KIC'IfARDRONHOLLAND )

Used Cars & Trucks Camp In CocoaAn I Kau Qallle, FlorliUFeb nl'f5 n.' s-I.lmoii. conli-d In f). It Honta 217 n a4KI" by DOKOTHY R, HVlM.KIi;, HUH,MVI1TALI.AHAS8EK.
IN Tin CIRfl IT ('01 BT elF fllttMVTII 8, 10, 17, 84 (Mon 1984.l I II \ hCli: ..o. nlo7iOrlillOp hvlil. hv I DoltorilY It tit'I'l.KIO Widow Fl.OUIDA 'f.'
JUimlll. riKCUT. I'4A'uIi !
$700, 1956 Jeep station wagon, 4 !' rO* BKr:"AKI> <'4>l hIS, 5(9 .OrlI'KtIt tOri.: 101pEsl: ) SlID No. Hl 140.2ItItHIT TAKE: NOTICE that a Decl.r.. or rolTNHKL FOR THK
> Till ( I RIIIT ('OI'RT. MNTH JOHN K:. HV WAY I alien of Taking; 11.. been filed, lath PETITION; ,
wheel drive, warner hubs, clean. NBC "Today" television UI\RY S OKIII:t. !NO, linn H "It It.. IIKIIII' 2675777. INM 0 Suit IIltJo\"KU 40,| ilk Plaintiff --- -- -----
show staff headed:! by Jack Les. M>TICK SMALLWOODrial. i'II' N S t 11'no inROIIFltT : I NATALTA TAMARA*..
1951 CHEVROLET, pick up, good coulie, will be in Cocoa on Fri, .tift.v. K! STAPL.ETONv. ,PlaIntiff I"P1"lnl '

running condition. Call after 6 .. .. I The male of riorl.la Club & Notices I

p. m. 2670581. day afternoon, March 6, as first KENNETH E. BMALLWOOD Det.nd..nt BARBARA E. STAPLETON, .rt U: NXyJ' ..*."*."Avenue* Sparks. l Lodge

tour of KENNETH E.: BMAU/WOOB Defendant I.Incuin p"kOni
stop on a pre-season TO:
'58 FORD, 2-door, radio, heater, 407 Gray Avenue THE Tot:. NATALirA TAMARA
automatic, good shape, $450. baseball training camps in Flor. Winchester, Vermont E. 8TAPLKTQN SPARKS are hereby nollflwl) (hint -' -
c/o Idell Conard a Complaint for divorce, h.. been.
2674620. ida. GIVEN 3021 North Firm rllreet filed ...I..t. TITUSVILLE GARDEN CLUB YORK-RITE: BODIESOf
HEREBY you sad
NOTICE 18 Ironton I OhioA you are re- ROTARY CLUB
Divorce. haiBmallwood. .., to ,Prv. a C of
Complaint for py
WHEEL DRIVE 3/4 ton Ford, Lescoulie and the staff will that b..11 filed a .llIn.1 you In the ibove-. fllfd Swora against. Complaint you. In having the Circuit been Answer plaint, or PleadIng ,"> the Com your <
deluxe cab, radio. 2001 So. Wash entitled. Court by 1'ukl. move Court In and for Urevard. County, to the plaintiff altornpya. of Oi-l. Nov., Fob, Mari.il,
Iha Law 12 13: P. M.I .
interview Colt .45's and above OfrIce' "' ("rtl .
personnel Plaintiff In tba U (Jul-k.
Ave. Florida la Chancery May. Tim and to ba
ington for Divorce, Harbor ... place announ ---- ----- ----
and you ara hereby City Iro' lonal C..nlor. ,
tyled came the abort title of lalil action hwlnc ned.1 Executive: Hoard last Tunndaiarh
take pictures of the new Cocoa ordered and directed to file your ROBERT Jo:. STAr-LETON. Plaintiff toils Harbor Oily lloul.var 57 MERCURY 4 door station flee May
or other ptesdinr loss JaW: Kal "."'... Ftoriia,
and baseball stadium and complex at appearance VI. BARbARA E. aVTAPUK-: aaato file the Dick Simonet l 1'rcs ROYAL ARCH MASONS
steering either Original ,
wagon power to aald Complaint, perannally TON Defonilant.., th.... yrme ate are Anawrr or I Mra. I. A. nic lt, PrcaldcntSORORITY. .,
brakes 50 and Hwy. 1 day 267. or by attorney, In the Office if"fBi'Vha Office of the Clerk '
State Road 520 and Friday Road cauie and require you to file II. T Walker, SecyTUUSYCCI13p.
3577, nite 2676608. of th, Clerk 1 of the aboveatyledCourt your written de-fenma. If any to theComplaint 10 flay of on or before th. Clifford Voder, High Print
west of the city. or b ynervIngat) aniwer onO filed. herein. and toaerve IIKKEIN Naroh. 1W4 1 ___ ,-- -- Gill Williams Secretory
E. Pitt., plaintiff .ttorn.y.who. NOT or Decree I
HELP! Private owner forced to ... addreaa la P. O Box (458 a. copy thereof upon I'lalntlff a Pro Lonfpiao will b* entered. ...In.t No. 6 BETA SIGMA PHI
attorney <>S or before the 20th ,
day ,,.
sell very clean 57 Buick by These interviews and films will Satellite Beach, Brevard County of March AD. IMt. otherwise. yn I lit and 3rdThursday Meets 3rd Wednoiday 7:30 P.' M,
a Matting
Horlila I on or before th* 13 o.f of Decree. This )loti"" chatS b. pUbll.h,1 at Matonlc Tmpl,
21764.lake!\ offer. 2677747. I'ro Confemo will be entered O.E.S Tituavilit
Corn- sore a week. for .. ( 7:30: P.M.
be televised over the entire NBC March, 1964. otherwise said agaInst you. and the cause four .nollilv. : I
: plaint will be taken .. confeMeil. by proceed t 95-sb. In the TlluovlU" MOor Advocoin if XI HUT: MUOnetit -
'58' CADILLAC sedan DeVille, network, providing Cocoa and the you .and aald caui. .hall) prftceeJ: to WITNRXcI.x pane my hand and official Titus-vtlte, Florida. VIOLET KLOSS, leutwyler. HIRAM COUNCIL No. 13 *
DONrl: AND I ,.
2673480. ORDERED In lmlilrntTIIK.TA
$850, one owner. final hearingCURTIS'. seal. at Tltuavllle. Krevaril County Tltua Worthy Matron
Colt .45's national publicity, ac I vllle.' IIr....'' County, P'IorIla, thl. I .7..11 I 'I.
I R BARNES Florida. this 14th day of February, I Tin day nf Mr*. Mary Alice, Kittlitr. 8 ctyM.rU R.&SM.
1954 CHEVROLET, 4 door Belair cording to Ted W. Groves, sports Clerk of Circuit CurtBI A.D. 1064.COURT 'BEAUCurt February H '8ARNK9, 1W4Ct'RTIi : tit and ird Tuoulny. : S !P.ltt. Jane OMICHOHMary HimaleAM R. V. Bikos
transmission, starter gen : V. a gpangler ( .I Mtinnlc Tempi.
CjRRK ... .
r OF ,
Circuit Court Clerk CIItL'\JJ'r COUnT I.r. Thrice Illustrious Master
la It Bunea
for the FlorIda Deputy
promotion manager -
erator battery tires, tune-up V.;
Jty 9510.91cr t-4UI:
(COURT SEAL) Clerk of the Circuit Court In : --- -- -
$350. 267-5924. Development Commission, Feb. 10. 17. 24. Mar 2 (Mon.) 1064 and For Ilrivard County. I. Court $eJ. >> irtO, ETA B'U Gill Wllllimi, Recorder
) Jrea.AM
Oaldl Ve** 0
who will accompany the crew tJo' THKMMTII ': Florida Ff*. 10. 1?. 24. Mar t (Mon) 1IHHIN Indian Raver
l\ TIlE ORft IT OIRT By H r. RuMell D.C. T-..... Meets 2nd WediMsdiy at 7130 PjM.Matonle .-
58 Plymouth Wagon $250. here. : JIVKItl' (IKCtlT. I' Cordon V. FruderlrkAttorney Mil BETA MITfleie
,\:>0 frOH BRhVlKI tH ">T*, for Plaintiff TIIK ( earl:l'l"II HP OF Till Lodge No. fOP. Temple, Cocoa
55 Pontiac Wagon . $200. t'I.\Jall' *>. 110 Knit Commercial StreetHulle MNffl JLI>K :1 ii & A. M. IMillfffa.. TeeeMeMlnt17l
The NBC crew is expected to t ''U KK lnstt''.' ItI S 01 :ilk. BREVARD..COMMANDEHYNo.:
>o ssNOTItK 2 Kirk Plata
55 Ford, Wagon $250. stay that night in Cocoa before C.II'.IKY: TO IIKFRNP: P. O Box 1795 'I."MII' ,. M.... 2nd & 4th Thursdays, 7130: ..__ i

55 Wagon $175. HUTCHE8ON, lilt 'n.IIIIOI MasonIc T.mplt K. T.
Chevy AUDREY WILMA Sanford Florida, 32771
( continuing on to the other train. 551155 .. (OF III I t: 'nII DistrIct No. 31 -en
56 Plymouth Wagon $175. Groves said. Plaintiff, Feb. 5?. 14. Mar 1. 9
52 ,Buick Sedan . $125. ing camps, MARVIN"HUTCHESON, of FI.OIUI Florida,, .n Agency ot the Stab w. Frank l .rd.n. Scrip! .Florida Nurses Ann.

D..rend.nl.THE Gill WilllimS Recorder
53 Ford Coupe $125. Groves also announced that the STATE OF" LORIDA TO: I If have real estate y. Petitioner M.... Second Tu..

Florida \ MARVIN HUTCH EBON, pt- you Moots 4th 7:30 *
Development Comrnis I RITA U. MARCUS at al, Junior Chamber of each month I p.m. WedttM.dey, P.M.

1 Other Cheap Ones! lion is planning to make several YOUfAnRBHEREBY NOTIFIED k I U.t.nlant. MasonIc Temple Coco ....
NOTICE OF EMINENT Publlo Haltb Hulldlng Palm AvinuiPrualdftnt
motion picture film clips and that a ault for divorce and cuatodyhaa to sell or if are I I'HOCg.nlNQ, lOMAIN Of CommerceEarl Dnrntby' Pnrater. It N..orel.ry .

OWNING AUTO SALES radio tapes for use throughoutthe been filed agalnat you In the above you IN) THE MAMR Awl HY Toot Uorli Mlllner, H.N. PILOT CLUB ;...
entitled I cauae; and thtutawU are Spencer, P,... 1-Wli
I'bon AM
U. S. 1 South, Indian River City Colt .45's radio and television required, to **rv. your. career or 'J'TMOSIITV OtT I --
written defenaea upon Crof- ilt Slice P.nt.no, Sec'yCltlzeni Mrs. Betty Jon.., Pr...
Phone 267.1520 network in Texas and Louisiana, ton Brewer and Holland 60* Palm looking for choice real CERN TO aadloallp WHOM. IT MAY CON... Bank Building CZECHOSLOVAIC.AMERICAN _

Tltuivllle, Brevard County ranaandpartle.clalmlna CLUBOf Meeting! 1st and 3rd oI, .
and by other stations throughout Avenue ; or having tao right nil *
Florida on, or before the) 3rd day ..,.......t. ..1.1.., mortgage ur other Meets Every Thursday 7:30: P.M. 12:00: Dixie! Hotel[
the North, Groves said. of March 19114. and before or borne'dtaieiy I Men Tltuivllle
estate classified IB or fn ibn.e nanaln parcel.of .
use our ----
thereafter to tile wMh the land 511 Crannls Ave.
daicrlbeil, and Executive Board Monday ,,...
HIGHWAY Clerk. of the abov.-4yled" court the tbe following persons, lofeiher with TITUSVILLE POST NO. 1
PRIME original of said aniwer. or said all unknown I>..,.ona clalmlnc hy, ftr..lar. UMtlnia 2nd WcdnraJiy ctraub Before 1st Wednesday
BREVARD COUNTY MAPS written Oct ann,., If any. columns. through or under known per.oni month. Hall open aacb Tueaday, ---- ------,r

FRONTAGE These include intricate details If you fall to do ao. .a decree pro who arc deaj, or who ar. not. & AMERICAN Thursday and Saturday evening; atI TITUSVILLI
maps confeaao will b* entered agalnit you known t. b* dead or alive: p.m.

of shore lines,.lakes, rivers, for the relief demanded la tb. Com- SECTION; 702iW-240l STATE ROAD LEGION lavka Bnhiri PUBLIC LIBRARY
285' U.S. No. 1 frontage plaint. 0 (1.95) IIIIEVARI) COL'.NTV
with depth of rural homes, marshy lands air WITNESS my hand and Ulolal Printed Pattern NAME AND ADDKKHHES VETERANS OP'WORLDTWAR I 1421 Drei Road
an average beacons section and neat of office I al Tltuivllle I I Brevard Alma (I. Cohen Harry TeolrlU Comdr. I IOURS:
townshiplines ot Taul Ilyara, Adjutint BARRACKS 119
495' suitable to many uses. County, Florida this alai diy S22U PhiladelphIa
etc. Area covered by each January, A' D, 1964.Ct'RTIS iravlnr. Fund Jlulldlnf Meet III and :Jril I"te,,lay !'i Meets first Wednesday Mon. thru Frl. 9 i.m.1:00 p.m.;

At present has 2 buildings R. HARNEg Philadelphia T, PennsylvanIa, I.eglon 1111, I pmWoman's Saturday 9 .
well and municipality is shown. also railroads Clerk. of the Circuit Court BRO 14,. 1461. im -- --- -- ;:.( JJ each month, American I.m. S:30 J.n

plus good deep canals, and government (Court Seal) Sylvan M. Cohen k'7 Legion:hI Hall with I Covered I Titusville Lodge No. WoTTTTt': It lit
pump and water storage By Bertie Hall :UiO PhIladelphIa/ Savlnj Club of ''irr Luncheon, 1 pm
reservations, along with Inset Deputy Clerk Fund Hullillni, L. E. Pepper, Comdr. I'51Jjyi Loyal l Order Of .
tank. Many mature orange maps for greater detail. Set (of Feb. 8, 10. 17. 24 (Mon.) 1964.IV i Philadelphia 1. nnay4vanla. Titusvillc Inc. .
trees. realistically !RD No. 1451. 14(2 Tom Watson, Qm. MOOSEMe
Very sections) mailed < 'IIIK: CIRCUIT COCKT Of" TInE Rita H. .
the two Marcu.2M
any. ----- ---- -
priced at $90,000 with 29% NINTH JUDICIAL CIKtUIT IN \ Mouth 19th Strict Meets 1st !Monday( of Each Month Me.ts Tuesday I p.mt-

reservations, along with Inset AND FOIL BKEtARII CUIJITV: Philadelphia I PennsylvaniaRD October thru TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUBe.
down and balance over 6 MayMrs 1 Mile North of Mimi en U. S. I
< .
where for $1.10. Order from I.URIIIN< CHANtERV.kU No. 1481. 1462
Property located at 51115WEST Robert H. 96.rcu. J. J. Condcs 7:00 Thursdays Jim Miltbie Governor
years. StarAdvocate.by SIDE FEDERAL SAVINGS Ills\ Mouth IBlb treat( Pres. : pm. Cherles" F. Jacobs See'"-

Sharpes, midway between AND LOAN A8HOC1AT1ON OF Philadelphia. PrnnaylvanlaKD ---- Flotilla Restaurant ; .n

NEW YORK CITY a corporation NO. 140.1,14112 South Lake _
Titusville and Cocoa. Investigate or.anl..d and .elitlng under. tb. Or Joseph MaaewaklT31 PYTHIAN ;;Wodneiideiy

today. law of the United Staten of America tail Main Klreetommrrvllli II. G. Oenzenhafer

*, Mew. JeraevrRD SISTERS PresidentJ each month
Plaintiff, No. 145.1. 14S
300' plus U.S. No. 1 frontage ""a. Loretta Mauiwam 1 Tltuavllle Tempi 22 W. Scruggs, Jr., Sec'y I P. M.

north of Mims, pricedat LAWRENCE: L. C OWL and. 731 Eait. Main Street Steel 2nd. Sib Tu.... \\1 Ief i through M.,I H
ANNA MARIE CROWL bla wife, gommervlllo., New Jenev of each
only $75.00 per front foot and TIDEWATER KNOINEKRINOCONTRACTORS v'SZf11' HU at Sum Hardln .
,. MM. J. H. Klawart, MKC
corporDefendaota '
with 29/4 down and bal atlon, Tax Collector\ : ,. Mr. 11lulln mba, leVnfn. I .H !frt\ B eTard P1'. AM 74534

ance to be arranged. Can I NOTICE' or IIl'IT. Brevard Rravard County County Courlluua ra. __Evelyn_ reepan,, Piapls'tKIWANIS 9 I tkor.. ati'. Club : 5 p.m.

also be leased. STATE Of FLORIDA Tltuavllla. Florida Mtttl Second Monday Each Month I -- thBraardfl.babllitallon

TO TIDEWATER ENOINE R. (Aa lo Interest la any CLUB 7:00 P. M.
In INO CONTRACTORS, INC., acorporation Parcel Included. herein. ) Conies.
100' U.S. No. 1 frontage M.etl
Dorothy U Hgpl. Tuesdays L..r.nc. Parker Pt... I
city limits of Titusville whoa residence I.a UNKNOWN 1218 Dwmond Stead 12:10: p.m.WHISPERING 421 Point Street .
Co pi. Fred lowton, Oiractof You ara hereby required to file IJra"ftRHJU.l Poanivlvapla Phone AM 74e2oNorth Mi.ts 2nd Th ur.. OTOTY mont

total price only $30,000. Marina Softly, Hoylhaon your antwer. or written defenaea, No. 1471, 1472, HILLS G PUBLIC INVITED
.1 lChris
In tbe above proceeding' with 1411, 14S2 COUNTRY CLUB Parker, Sec'y
10 Route 46 west Company & Am rca'i! Cup tt"ti. of thla Court, and to Robert M. Capita I Pros. W. Leo Pertain'
acres on Doyle Frlabe.
thereof the Plain- laT Lens L.ke .rd-Shrl Mrs. MartIni fauHkPhono '
championship tailing mailer. nerve a copy upon Club Sec'y.t
President ., *
of Mims, only $950 per tlt"a aUorn.y.. whose aam. and Vopcr Darby Pennsylvania AM 74043
addreaa appear ereon. on or be 't\ HID Pin. 14SI. 1432, ._ Torn Oru, BVemtarr 3rd. Thursday 7:30: p.m.
acre. fore the 4tb day of March. lieS the 1471. 1472. 1411.1, --- -

nature of tbla proceedIng being a 141.2 B. p. o. E. ELKS LODGE"No. Meet At
20 prime develop ult for for.cl e.ur. of mortfafeagalnat : Martha Cuple
the following descrIbed 187: LenaLao.. 2113 ELKS CLUB ;

ment property $1750.00 per property, ta-wlt: Upper Darby PennaylranlaBHD ,
Lot 2. Block M. Section 1-3 No 14111. H82.: M..tl Monrfg/ Nights Cli.,. Hailer, Pres.
with terms.
acre ROWE GARDENS 8UBDIVI9- 147.1. ,47,2. 14,1. 1239 S. Wcihlngron, Avt. Frank Oorden Sec'y

ION. according plat thereof 1482'EC1'ION I o'clock Y LITTLI'
Call for appointment to see .. recorded In Plat Book 12: ; 70220-2401: sTATE: ROAD Ph. AM 7-033
Pile M, Public Record of Bre CHP'TIBRBVAHU! COUNTY DEIJ.HU Franc Vulplus, f, R. --- THEATRE. INC.N
any of these choice prop nerd County, Florida. Ruitall Bltcheld.r, S.c. VETERANS OF lit Tu... of Me. B.OO: p. m./
TOGETHER WITHI 30 N.. 1441, lilJ -- isaitiu.,
Raleigh Km. 5101
erties. Eri.sd.kli
Italian water beater Model. No. DRAINAGK EASEMENT. TltiuylFl I TcagtmisUrsT"M 't ; FOREIGNWARS _! .
RR-30-B, Peerleia wall heater, C. DRAINAGE/: EAHKMKNT: : RIGHT "..11..* Sail 4hhanilayt. $ TITI'.YII.I..
9SOOO BTU. Model No. WF-SS, IF.AHT) STATION 174+8'11 II PM. ..rli ...
A 4A1gL 'R.crRoV6.- All permanently Inatalleil : 9144 ID-IS (PART) *. Tuesday, .. Scottish Rite

SACK SI'ANN/N), 11fPFEAlRS DONE County AND of ORDERED Brevard al Slate Tltua.rllle \ of. Printed Pattern 1144 : That Eaal part M of of BE!:'4 of IIWH of H..c. ({ii"\: 4)4) P.M. Tub Open S P.M. Daily PI Club P. O. Box W* *.

tie. aa Towublp M Mouth 70S Magnolia Ave. C. Brown 'r.'.*
W/LLPF.OrET Florida, tbla flat .day of January MUteo' Site 10. II, 14, U, It. Range VI Eaal. RlvtrvlowRotaurant/ Floyd
11164. Ralph Schelbel Commander John W. Frotor Secy.,
She 16 require 1ft yardi 39.
lylac within 41 feel of the following
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.. Deputy Clerk mailing; and special handling. Weet. 1S5..7 feat to the Point ofBealnnlnf See The :
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South East
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412 Main St. Titusville, Fla. Attorney for Plaintiff York 11. N. Y, Send fiOf llM deeorlptlon.Contalnlnc Month 7:30
404 fackaoa Street C! :: p.m. 7:30 For Your
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VA PAYMENT J? afJ t $15,000 TO $19,000

VJeaullfu Several. Large LOTS FOB SALE In FAIR GLEN .,

'Community Of Fine H. "" e $-mo to $6850 Homes restrlced to 1800 sq. it. mini mum. ;

A LOW DOWN Only Miles West of U.S. 1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER, INC.
PAYMENT 3200 Garden St., Titusville

THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 or 2672331MOIIllay : 01j ,

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/agB Tlruivllfo (Florid*) Star Advocate Monday, February 17, 1964 UI Force In Missions" was presented Brownie Scouts HereTwo empty jail cell, and the fingerprinting you letter is believed to be a.
by !Miss Sandy George. Enjoy laboratory years-old.
:Mission\ Study Michelle Harrison Those taking part on t! a pro
The who wrote the thank-
of Melbourne PrajerChairman weeks ago, a group of Dear: Sir"Thank :
I I' -1- ; gram were: Becky Adams, Car
I Indian River NewsContinued 1I Sherry Blalock, Indian olyn McAllister, Sherry Blalocc, Brownie Scouts from Rockledge you for letting us
City River City; 1 Pianist Molly and Donna McAllister The Prayer toured the Brevard County come to the police station We
Ilxlgcs< Indian River City and Sheriff Department facilities hope we can come again We enJoyed rslooimOOrKcJ:
I .I Mat. Pianist Linda Jones, Calendar was presented by and several days later, the department teeing everything I hope
( From Page 2-B) Baptist Church, Melbourne; Secretary Mims Molly Hodges, the Prayer Chairman received the following the next time we go you will BEN, TOOTS ED AND SUE BENZENHAFER

for the entertainment providedby Central Baptist' Church The Mary Reeder Young Women She explained the time of letter from one of the girls take 'are' finger prints ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF
I. R. City; Treasurer Nancy 's Auxiliary of Central Bap. each country to the group so they
a male quartet t of Cocoa They Park could better understand what Doreen Farmer BUSY B'S PRINTING CO., Inc.
Inhit ; tlst Church, was presented the at. Sanders of Mount Sterling
presented a program of religious Cholrster Betty: Anne Owens: tendance banner with 10 girls time of the day they were pray Ed returned home Tuesday Rockledge, Florida" JACK TKtM IIt'R! !: HTOKUifc: IIIILUINQ

songs, enjoyed by all. A business Frontenac Baptist Church; Stew present. Sherry Blalock, Presi-- Ing for The meeting then adjourned Avenue after being In Jess Parrish Memorial Guiding the tour were Sheriff' PHONE 267-4185 P. O. BOX 1176
session followed with Mrs. Sur ardship Chairman Belle Zora dent of the Auxiliary received the and refreshments were Hospital for more than a Leigh Wilson and Gene Hatten, TITlStlLLC!:
rency in charge pending electionof Hatch, King St Baptist Church; banner. The meeting then adjourned served by the hostess. week for observation and treat director of communications The PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
the new slate of officers. Publicity Chairman for Central children the communication
ment. She called us last Wednesday taw LETTER PRESS AND OFFSET
New officers are as follows: Area Frederica Owens, Front- Horn Again to that she was completely net-up, telegraph: machine, various
say HOME PIIONK 7-JH"7 OH yer SHTa
; se -
Judith Pool,
President Mary Sue Raincr, cnac; South Area Y. W. A. New Mrs Barbara Sanders wife of recovered, detective facilities, one
1st Baptist Church, Cocoa; Vice Harbor City; and North Area -
The Mary Reeder Young Woo
President Barbara Cook, 1st Helen Riddle Indian Ki",'r (city.
mans' Auxiliary of Central Baptist .
Church met Tuesday eveningin
a the home of Miss Penny
v sJ .Forks 285 Key Largo Drive. The SA VE ,4 { CENTER CUt PORKCHOPS
meeting was opened with prayer ?
by Miss Forks The business session .
was presided over by Sherry
r'lgw Blalock president. Everyone tLL[ t

was urged to get their reset r
vation In (for the State Conference l8,
to be held In DcLand!, April 17 ,
19 The Thursday night social l r4v

was cancelled and changed to
Friday< night The girls will meetat
the Church Thursday eveningat k4
7:30: p.m. for a social and refic.shments -
and then go to( the
Bowling Lane The Saturday
afternoon activities were cancel. R ;
9s led because of a wedding Saturday Jw
afternoon and the Sweet PRICES GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 19TH y _
heart Banquet to be held Satur wNaIxlonce, INC, COPY.'aM,. ,... q Iv -y P "
day night at the Church

The Home Mission Book "Face
Today's World" will be taught on
: Tuesday, Mar 25, at th. Church LIMIT
All girls are urged to attend. Re. 6 CANS -y'
perk were heard from Penny PLEASE
r Focks on the Associations)
f Y W. A. Banquet held last Fri.
day night, at the King Street
Baptist Church In Cocoa, and '
from Donna McAllister on the Biscuits 7.

visitation held Monday night Pork Loin Roast
Sherry DJalock welcomed three
visitors Barbara Fredericks, Pat
Bishop and Ellen Oliver Becky 100EXTRASTAMPSWHEN'VOUBU'VfARNOW
Adams was welcomed as a new Meat Loaf $149 7-RIB 9-INCH
SCOUT W&EK February 7.13 was national scout week member, 2Y2.Lb. Pkg. CUT LOIN
and as part of their activities the den shown above was The Program "Prayer A Vi.C.t666 50 EXTRA STAMPS WHEN YOU BUY TARNOW

on display at Belk-Lindsey's Store located at the Big Ap Meat Loaf 98* 39 Ji CUT 39
ple Shopping Center, The group is Den 6 of the Presby- -Lb, Pkg.
25 EXTRA STAMPS When You Buy Chopped Shaped
terian chure They are shown above as they make deco- 05
rations and fayors for the "Blue and Gold" banquet to( be Cube Steaks 10 For 89* LB. LB.

held February" 28. The scouts are Mike Mellen, Larry

Burke, Robbie..Gibson, Mark Mellen, Sammy DiGristine,
Martin'and DeSerio. The den mother is .
Sammy Gary .
I >.a .. "!: I IIi
Mrs Jean Mlttin.-S.A( photo). I .. : ::: 'li -r&i:1" .

. \ ":ff" e r ORLANDO DIRECTORY II i SAVE 4f EACH ASST FLAVORS ROYAL (Limit 3 with $2.50 FOOd order) ;

I 50 Extra Top Value Stamps -- '

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Aluma'Kraft. Awnings;;: law : Chow.on"CHuN..IN.G Mein .
SCREEN ENCLOSURES Open All Day SaturdayOne
ORIGINAL PAINTINGSART Manufactured In Orlando ANY WINtLDIXIE SAVE 14* EACH LIBBY'S (Limit 1 with 2.50 food order)
SUPPLIES PRINTS Call CollectNo of Orlando' Moll Complete 11

NON.CLARE GLASS Down Payment-Free Ettlmate' Line of Office Supplies. 46-oz

MS No. Orange Ave Orlando 613 Brookhaven 2.6139CONSTRUCTION Dr, OrlandoGA II 17-19 W. Pine, Orlando, 4223454 Tomato Juice. CAN' 19

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SERVICE FULL LINE OF Molt Complete Display of ON.Le P.e, TA.n 0' eA.Barn SAVE 5X2* EACH CAMPBELLS (Limit 3 with $2.50 food order) '

Contra) Florida Oldest and Ex. Earth Moving Equipment Office Office Supplies Equipment In This and Area. Breaded Perch Steaks

clutlvo Automatic Transmission Adams Construction \t. have ..l..m..n la your GOOOTM.U OI"UA""TH: TALL
Stop. R.bulld, Exchange, Repair Equipment Co. area every 4,*)'. AT ANY WINN.DIxIE Vegetable Soup 1 10 ,J.
Sale & Rental Bishop Office Equip. Co., Inc. CAN ,
4,009 Mil* or 90 Day Warranty I 1342 W. Church 1110O B ColonIal Dr Orlando.
204 N. Orange Bl. Trail, Orlando, Orlando 423-6476 OA 3-B801 Collect
GA 0656..

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50 Extra Top Value Stamps
Renault and Do It Yourself and Save!
Sal.. & Sarvlto Central Fla't. Largest Stock of ON. Saltines FGoo.
Rhi Motors Asphalt, Vinyl, Plastic Cork Tile Shop ri'Thgh5", .

TILE AND I Year ..
249 Boon St. Orlando TROPICANA Ettab. TMRU P'U"UA"'I I5TNAT
FLOOR COVERING Wt Buy, Sell, and Trade Anything ANY WINN-DIXIE
Quality Used Import 904 N. Orange Orlando 423.7678 Guns, TV, Camera, Radios, etc. 11 i SAVE 10* EACH WHITE ARROW
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1122 W. Church, Orlando GA
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tun 'IL Cabin (dta 50 Extra Value Stamps .
lr.pun.I '. Cuitom Mmtatrie & WALLPAPER Top ;
411 N. Orange Blonom Trail I lu.orullng Uirvlc* Plastic Coated Wallpaper WITH THIS COUPON.AND' PURCHASE OF

GA 5.2611Dodge BARNES DRAPERY A FLOOR Mural Walltox Bnl.) rou.Ca.i r.orcN SAVE 4< DIXIE DARLING RAISIN
Truck COVERINGS, INC. 500 Patt.rnln Stock
Dirt Dodge Hawaiian Punch
FUt Jaguar & Mtrcadat-Bans I :aces N, luaufcf Urluuili. .. a-:alai Moor Paint
Free Decorating Service rNRU rce.ua.r .
"We Service What Wo -Sll" I FURNITUREHAVERTY'S- ------- --- 906 N. Orange Orlando-425.2527 :'; ANY ;IE Cinnamon Rolls- 29 F



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PLYMOUTH CHRYSLERS- VALIANT 100 Miles Save Free You More Delivery Cadlum Pl.trlsu riming -cu C.n..: HSP< -;:: : ';t '. ..... "' :'. !.:...:.....'. -- ---=- .:' t".! '!'" :; :.. ::!r.t ; : j

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< .... Culver Nlikal Copper II....
Part and Service nrn M *rl NUel sal .PMtil Dixie Thrifty Frozen Florida
N. Orango Orlando CH 1 5371 .
Used Car lIuftall' seal L.'qu..rln.
1040 N. Orange, Orlando GA 2.4541 I 1(111( W Central Ave Orl..llo. UA -231\0 Red APPLES
LOANS -- Orange Juice
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Bull's Pawn & FLORIDA TRAILER 49 rs+
Sales A Service JONATHAN. &' 1
Trading Post Bank Financing to 7 Year
Tsl7CK! Mobil Home) Tamolco 6-0..
Loans & Trades on Anything Tropicana Flare 5 CANS 9 9
Mew Tri/'kt t'...d TruckiSUPERIOR'GMC Specializing In Guns Florida Made For Florida Living
"..vI'. Open S A. M. to 7 P. M Clean Used Mobile Home 'I
TRUCKS, INC.P.onr Rout SO on Way to Orlando 7420 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando
Ut-tmai' Urlinrto NURSERY CABBAGE
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TREES ;wa'M.* 3 TRAVEL HEADS l' Shrimp. PKG.
Central I Fl.'.. Loading Dealer for .
Peach P "r Persimmon Iqlt.*\
HI N.Orango Orlando 415.60o Dogwood Redbud Magnolia I .
Tremendous Selection of Used and ROSESI I Hut 8l...m"Mp Tickets ssrI. _---------.,. -=. -= =-" r --:::. -... I Ia
I Import! 1053 N. Orange, Orlando 11122 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando Tour .* Crulin World WliUJH -- -
I-5321: 30 E. Pin Orlando terI
"Don't Repair Exchange" This
Factory Rebuilt Transmission For Listing In Directory

Motor All Make All Model
,.. down payment-1 Day Service

City Motor Exchange Call Slar-Advocale 267-0331 I 'a0D 1I0a1\

till W. Contral, Orlando. P.* 4 rest

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