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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 19, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Buy In North Brevard! Sla d."otatt:: ; Smile-You're In FloridaThe S I

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Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents X4 *v

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84th Year No n 5c Per Copy Titusville Florida W dnl'sday.-: !February 19, 1964 _._ 20 PaJ.l'I;: : Today f'ubllsw'. > : \.8Q WcJiiPsdiyi mid! Fridays
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I $ Million Now Available For Hospital Expansion

$$1.8 Million

\\t.\.r f{ 'I .. .I : Board Faces i.

f, ;'\. Big Bond Issue Bid

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.,., 1 "t\\.. Accepted TodayNorth

,-. Zone Change List 1 Dicvai I llosiilai' District,
4 loarr $1.8 million bond >n! ie
fir t expansion ol Jew Parrish

Memorial Hospital( came through

Ar A bu' > agenda faces the City Rezoning of property at south north and South Street with. a 36078 per rent interest t
rate on the low bid on the bond
\ Planning and Zoning Commit: jht I (firmr of Pine Lane .1011 I Kc.fining of property located r a
at noon today
-ion ai tti, regular session ai Oak ,\vrnuc from RU.I 1 to Itl: north of State Road 50 (from i>l'
It' Low bidder I> on the bonds l ) was
7'20 tonight in the city hall. I I""> PI mit apatmo'nts.Re to D-3 to allow service (" pe'
CoGdbiily/ and Co of New York,
Eighteen Items are on the 'zoning of properly burdcud bUlldan ..
riprestntc'd here by Richard MKowalsko I
agenda for action( with another by IaUranne Avenue, Bryan Re.znning. of property south 11 of Jacksonville and
four under new business to le Avenue, Titusville and Minnie State Read 5D) from l.U.1 to U 3 Sain louts Citizen
i of
1 ,x la : flank
read fir the first time. Streets, from U.1 to U.3 to allow to permit jpmtimntsho k t a A ,a. Cross; interest cost on till I low

p Sit ur, action tonight arc: garden: apittmentsHe.on -/on ng of properly on Hanna bid totaled $()!%,130). same $31.1)00)
Parking' plan for Shipwreck ng of property in Morgan Avenue from GU to R.3 to allow s less tliiin the next' low bid mtrred .

'ounge at Howaid Johnson : '! Subdivision from KU.1 to garden\ epurtincntsKciunmg ly I tidy Whulir and I Allc

Motor Lodge.Parking K.3 to allow multiple dwelling of properly on Hit,". Inan if Orlando, for John Nnvccn

plan for proposed end. duplex kind. Avenue south of South Co. of New York, which totaled

ti aw apartments at corner of Lee Rezoning of property at noith Street t from KU-1 to K.3 to allow $7
Had( and King Street cast! coinor of Bermuda unit townhouse construction, Tin third bid! was by B J Van '
Several last minute
: TAG AGENCY USY auto tag
r+ Fit-:zonm.u! of Lots 13 antI 14, Magnolia/: Avenues from RU.1 to Parking. plan, tar piuposcd ( lotion: ('u. also of New Yuik
1 Block 10 Delep inc Grant, at U.1 tt> allow offices Jackson Mmit Market at 16J3 ouyers are having: to wait In an extremely long line to lot a short time, after the 12
boy[ their ((964 The deadline: for buying the tags Is!
ncithwpst corner of Mt. Sidling Rezoning: of property south of Orlando Road noon (opening txUy, It was
and the last several davs have been busy,
and Dclcspine from RU1 to Luna Heights from GU to R.3 Parking plan for proposed ti morrow very touch and I go" as to which of the
R3 to permit apartments to allow multiple( dwellings, Jackson Mmit Market at UUS/ :! Oi retorted, J ,P Nash), tax collector. This morning there two low bids would tic accepted
"WHA HOPPEN! Frank Schuster, owner and oper- House moving permit by H A. Hozinlng of property at northeast lando Road had been over 300 tags sold within a period of one and Ciuxlhody/ or Nuvccn The $36"

ator of Jas::,, H Pritchard and Son. Hardware on Washington Youneblood( to move a house : t corner of U. S. 1 and Ojib lour items up for first riad one-half hours --(S-A Photo). QUO check: accompanying the

Ave? sticks his head out from behind the store awning fmm Pirtle Park to Indian River way from! RU.1 to D-1 to allow ing: londbndy bill, was In a few minutci -

which had collapsed just minutes before during heavy ighlands fclorei Re-zoning of property between after tin bid deadline andIt

winds yesterday Schuster was out reminding shoppersthat Special use permit to allow a Special:! use! permit to allow U S. North and U S. 1 South, took a U'If'phono call to the law
he wasn't closed, it just looked that waySA welding service on Josephine operation of new car sales at north of the old Catholic Church New Alarm System To firm In New York, which has

Photo). Street at the Railroad, southwest orner of u. S 1 property, from B.1 to C.1 to allow handled the Issue, to ,determine
that the >Might> delay made nodiff -
a Chipps' Drive In unIt.
f ference
Re-zoning of propeity bound
Brevard-Volusia County Line"Erased" cd by Parker Drive Fourth Safeguard TitusvilleChief Thus tho hospital board nieni'
Street and the Coquina School) ben accepted the. Cioodbndy;<< bid
r "I I am well pleased with the
from AU to R 3 to permit niulti
In Law EnforcementNow pie dwellings Jim Brown of the Titus patched to the scene of the (fire low bid," Art, Worth am, hospital
boar I 'vUe chairman and head of
Re-zoning of property on U, S villv! Fire Deportment) has Issued or other emergency" The siren

The North Brevard County line, however, six deputies 1 South, across from Royal! new udin coiiernlng! personnel, will be) sounded only once at ata' the building mid_ and finance committee

VtsJ or the South Volnsia County line, have been deputized In each Custli. horn C-I 1 to 11-1 to al procedure\ during\ a fire or any lions not tending apparatus\ on
"We looked tut an interest rate
depending on which side of thelineyoy're low a retail atone, timrg:'nryTh the Initial run. This wilt aUrtptinuuiwl
county and may legally pursue : .. lIt I IIhl'lI.5.'JII:1\ ; : celt and the low
standings,,,ha-" a_... .beencompletely1 the suspected fruit .. "itw" jSpviat lta(: permit to uUuwoperdod new'ordn.', 'affettlnn all that *-fne rn<'igcriey bit *
erasedT< / .,rAvis Rental : Is in progress in another'
:of \ par !
without regard to the county line. station, will assure quicker car can mow right among! ," ho added
The, dissappearance of the The extra protection is pa..t. of Agency in conjunction with Gulf pmt+ie! of firemen! : and lira, fight district( snit that apparatus and Delivery I of the bonds and!

county line has come through a long-range plan developed by Station ot southwest corner of log equipment from either dls personnel may he needed HIT an money will t take place in about

'EETIrv combined efforts of Sheriffs Les Dessenger head of Florida U. S. 1 and Garden Strut. rids In the event a second Inilant notice live or alt Week In New York:

Leigh Wilson of Brevard and Citrus Mutual Fruit Protection or third alarm Is transmitted! This ligiuil will also bu used. with Board Chairman Mn Pauline -

Rodney Thursby of Volusla In Division. Bessengcr met last from the lie scene, according tu lo Melt, firemen for tpeciul rtam Bryan signing the 1,000
attempts to catch fruit thieves week in Mims and Oak Hill with "Ambassador"To the chief ,n* such /as sluts! (pending dn bind at that time

operating within the two count M! R. Buekalew executive vice. Heretofore! the alarm has bun asters and sintillar/ types of Today'i bids were opened J in

ies Such citrus thieves have been president of the Indian River sounded only at the station ii emergencies, the office of (the ,school board,
especially active recently in the Citrus League and law enforce Be Named Fri. the district affected. This alarm Siren: will be sounded three since Supt Woorlrow Darilrn hind,I

Turnbull Hammock area. The ment officers. to check over pro. was time blunt. of the siren. eyilus Pt stations thut have been !been acting at the k3pilalbojflii

Hammock extends along the edge tection results and to plan In. The Ambassador' for the If other units were" needed at the placed on alert: when tquipnunth ] fiscal agent In this Issue

of the Indian River from Titus creased protective measures for first ;pail t of the fiscal year of fire arena from other districts, coiled out of the station, a position he has held in previous
vllle north to Oak Hill in Volusia the future. the Greater Titusville Chamberof another call had to be put out which will notify the volunteers school bond Issues

F County Sheriffs Wilson and Thursby assured Commerce! membership> committee which entailed tho gathering of {that the*:r equipment has been Wtrttiam. loll the Star.Adro-

Brevard sheriff deputies, as citrus representatives that will be named at a volunteer men to the scene. cMpatchcd i $., HOSPITAL On Pape I
STORM DAMAGE The cold front that moved through signed to protect the vast citrus they are prepared to make every luncheon held in his honor on Unit the new edIct in caso of At' the sound of the one siren:

Central Florida yesterday brought heavy winds, esti- groves in this>> rich Indian River effort to minimize thefts of this Friday, at 12 at Howard John fire the siren will be aounelcd blunt, in ary' disliiU, off duty

mated at 54 MPH, and blinding rains. Scattered instances area, have been hampered In seasons especially valuable ions Restaurant three
of damage were reported, such as the windfelledtree their attempts to catch the crop, Members of the Ambassador's which apparatus has been tin their assigned stations and

which damaged the roof of a house, used as an office thieves by the mythical bounty Sheriff Wilson reports more Club which is the name of the stunlby until released by the
for a construction company. The house is located on Park line Once over the line CrevarJ than 100 arrests have been made membership committee have chief or the olflcer In charge GOP Nomination

Ave., directly across the street from Pirtle PJaza,-(S-A deputies cannot legally pursue by members of Mutual Central been expending their efforts Roundlree Seeks On.call, or volunteer personnel

Photo). their suspects Intelligence Bureau to date, since November 1 to secure ienewaU are! asked to standby at their ata- It. W, Grady, Rocklodge,; city

of last years member limit if circumstances: permit councilman, announced today his

Rep. James Dressler AnnouncesAs ships as well as new businesses Legislative Post fly no means, the chief said\ Intmtl'ns of filing tomorrow to
To date they have secured <60 arc personnel to attend fires or become a Republican candidate.

renewals and 18 new members, William 1 II[ (BUI) Rnundta other emergencies, in district for the florl'a!' !louse! of f>rpro-

Opponent For Sen. ParrishState a total of 78, or approximately announced yesterday that he I.II i I. In which their assigned apparatus tentative from Brevard County
$ H 23 percent of those paid. Total candidate: for State Representative i H not being, uteri In announcing, Grady said l,

Representative James R, He Is married to the former t8 membership of the Greater Tllimillq Group Two, Ilrtvari "1 believe this will assure TI. "It will be my effort to wot It;
with the Governor
native of Mandarin Chamber of Commerce County lusvillo file [Department a nuxi new on programs
Florence a
(Jin{) Dressier announced yesterday an,1Jrl'l.tly ,
( the itate
>in tallahawe: that ho is a Florida, The Dresslcrj now stands at 310 with 277 Tin post he m seeking Is that mum of 'on duty and, ready' \ affecting BlevaltlConuty.
candidate: for State Senator from have five children, three daugh renewals and 33 new !businesses: one now held by Rip James men and equipment to. meet! any ( pertaining
the 37th Senatorial District, Dre- (tens and two Ions.Representaliu Membership at the end of the Dressier who >teiday an emergency," Chief Blown sa'icl not In opposition to the
adm ubtiatlon in general, but
vard1 County Florida, In the Dressler has fiscal year last October: totalled nounced he would be in oppon
:383 The 190364 of the conitrudve' approach to the (L-
Democratic Primary.Representative .
served Brevard County as Judge ,
ral rcponsibilUy along with the
Pride DirectorsTo !
is baited on the .ecur-
was Small Claims Court Chair
of the r needs of the trea. The last se>
y 450
ing memberships
man of the Advisory Committeefor
It is Interesting t to) note that of sinn of the 1 legislature saw
r 7f Brevard Junior College, and<
severe in-flgl.ting among our
has represented Brevard Countyfor those edited on by the Ambatsa Meet Thurs.Regular
Iirevjrd : and
own delegation: !
one session in the State Legis dora for renewals 19 firms are
I lature. As a freshman member cf out of business since last year monthly meeting:: of these selfish situations( cannot
!i. GRADY On Pag. I
i the Legislature, Representative and 25 will not renew this year the Hoard of Directors of Orejt.

Dressler served on the following Reasons for non.renewal: which er Pride, Inc. will be held at 8

f committees: Education Public Ic r have been given to Ambassadors p.m. Thursday, at the Titus Iiie Two From Here

Schools, which encompasses pri, are so varied that a discussion> Woman's Club OuiHing Ben It,

4\ mary and secondary educationand ........ of them makes for interesting Bushy Sr., President, announces
the junior college ,/ji.em; conversion. Joining the/ Ambassador that the merlin place has been( PostsThe
Hotels and Restaurants. Indus : 's Club to honor the changed: due to expected attend Seeking

r trial Development; Public Lands winner will be members of the anc of citizens Interested In
and Parks; State Advertising ,. Beard of Directors of the hearing Prile's plans for a Civic names ot Mrs Berna' I
1F Chamber Center This Is a meeting open to I'arrUh and Max Brewer of 1
lie was also named as a member .
all Pride members and to any tusvllle were included in the rof
of the Interim Legislative Pirtle Plaza Sale < citizen of the North Erevard! delegate to the Demo
Committee on Education Public a
born in Millmburz" Pennsylvania Schools area Interested in becoming a National: Convention, which J
on September 11, 1932 and Pirtle Plaza merchants are member of Greater Pride, Inc. filed In Tallahassee shortly! 'tcr

educated In the public schools: of Concert PostponedBand ". /' having a Washington's BirthdaySale George Arnold, "jitina noon yiterday
Pennsylvania during the coming ,weekend Demand Chairman, It expected to announce The list was headed by '
Dauphin County ; I.:: ( nt of State Senator
Greenville, South Carolina; and Director Joe Courson, : -three big days on Thursday. Parrbh plans for recruiting ,of Senators Spcssard L. Hullanl I
Friday and Saturday. membership both from last and George Smathers, Gov<'rr ,r
Jacksonville Florida. He received announced yesterday that it has MUSICIANS TWO February is American Music Roundtree Is former Chairman
Merchants dir year's members and Farrla Bryant and alt of the'
Bachelor of Arts Degree become to postpone participating new persons
his necessary Month and the two men pictured above personify musicin of the Brovard County Democratic .
from The Universityof the Titusville Band Concert t? ectly in the sale are W. T. Grant. Interested in the purposes of the members of the Florida cat m t,
In 1953 North Drc\ard H G. "Gard" Shuler at is Executive Corrrmttee, a post
piano, presently HT
include Mrs. Parriah known to
Publix Markets, Eckerd Drugs, organization These ,
Florida in 1956. While at The Thursday, February 27 at 8 p.m.
conductor of the Brevard Orchestra andis which he has r..iltned.>
of Florida he was a in the High School gymnasium Symphony Chambers Jewelers, Toy King. from just beautification) and cultural development friends; at "Pampy" Is one of the
member University of the Varsity Debating instead of February 20th as origInally planning a concert in Cocoa next month Shuler, Tit- Bates Men's Store, Stereo Store, The Cocoa tttorney was defatted of the area. Ben I Kirsey. at-large candidates Brewer Is
Team and served on the Student scheduled u ville High librarian is past band director at THS Joe The Close Shop, Cooperating are in a bid for the Democrat: Planning Chairman for candidate from the llth Con-

Council He is a member of the This concert is open to the Coursrn, posing with his favorte instrument the baritone 60-Minute Cleaners, Ernest I le nomination} ) 'for Cbnjrcss: two Pride, as well as Jack Larks Krwional Dutnct

Pi Kappa Alpha Social Fraternity ,- public and it Is hoped! that all is presently Titusville band director and North School of Dance, Kwick Klcan years. ago by John Sutton and Civic Center Planning Chairman All of the people on the Hit t arc

Phi Alpha Delta Legal Frat who can will attend Admission Brevard residents will have the opportunity to hear the Coin Laundry Shoe ReNu Shop Tatar years ago was defeated by and Jessie W. Childre, finance pledged! tn support President
ernity, anJ Tau Kappa Alpha is free but a free will offering "fruits of his labors" at the TICS band concert February27th and Dr Robert llogtie. iptomptrht. / Rrp Jim I'niitt In Group One, Chairman for the Civic Centerare Lyn<''on Jihnsan at the con

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Pig 2 Tltwivllle (Florida)JJtir...;Advo<.tl f Wednesday< February 19, 1914I Legion Auxiliary .. Valentine PartyAt

Votes To Add Room Guidance Counselor DutiesTo Bayview SchoolThe

I To Legion Home classes of Bayview Elementary

Be Topic Of DiscussionThe School enjoyed a Val
Titusville Unit No. 1, American
from 2:30 to
entine party Friday :
//y/y Wltal Ne7or And Noter Legion Auxiliary, has voted to
duties of guidance counselors til 3 p.m. Judge G. Bowdon Hunt 3:30.:

i iyy y / o)! North Brevcrd build on a room to the Legion In the public school system will address the assembly using Each room exchanged valentines
Home for "There Is Place In Life" his refreshments
auxiliary meetings, a as and enjoyed
will be the topic under discussion
with the approval of the Titus topic. District officers will be elected served by the homeroom mothers.
when the Brevard
ville Post members. Council convenes at 7:30: and lunch will be served at This was the final party of the
noon. A tour of Sanford Naval for the students.
A small building fund has p.m.. Monday, at council headquarters Air Station is on the afternoon's year Plans are still underway for
r- '- ,- in the old Brevard
heed collecting interest in the agenda. the 'Spring Carnival' to be heldon
1 junior college building in Cocoa.
Mary Sue Spangler Becomes bank for leveral years, but has Presenting the program will be Attendance at the county council March 21. Parents are re-

I not been added to In the belief the guidance counselors from Ti- meeting and the district conference quoted to contact their child's
that the required funds could not tusville, Eau Gallie, Cocoa, Melbourne is compulsory for local teacher about helping out with
Bride Of Eugene Badcock III 4 1 tip 777f H tG ",; be raised. This fund will now be and Satellite high units seeking achievement a- the plans for the big Spring
t added to. schools. wards. event.
i + .
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Spangler Sue to Eugene V. Badcock III, ; av ra Mrs Bert Gass, council president -
The membership has decidedto Hill 'N Dale CircleThe
H 2110 Glcnwood Drive, Whis the son of Mr. and Mrs. EugeneV. has asked that all local unit Rummage Sale
pering Hills, announce the mar Eadcock II, of Columbia, add to the fund by holding a presidents pick up their Instructional Hill 'n Dale Garden Circle

riage of their daughter, Mary South Carolina. a, e }' series of dinners beginning:! .on kits from their school prin The Indian River City Methodist will meet tonight at 8:00: o'clockat
The wedding took place February y February 22. Spaghetti and La cipals. Local unit dues must be Women's Society for Christ- the home of Mrs. Edward

Women Hear State 8 at the home of the Sagna will be served from 1 to paid prior to March 1. Remit.tances Ian, Service will hold a Rummage Wright, Jr., 56 Fern Ave.
bride's parents. The bride was 6 p.m.. at the Legion Home. Don should be sent to Sgt Sale on Friday, February 21st at I|

Official) Of Leaguef attended by her skier, Mrs. Ray ations will be one dollar and James Ross, 2340 Sunset Ave., the Titusville Chamber of Com-I I ENGRAVEDWedding

f Women VotersThe D. Marlowa and James Badcock I twenty-five cents for adults, and Sea Isle Village Indialantic, merce Building. The sale will InvitationsFree
cents for children
served his brother as best man. up Fla. commence al$ 9:00: A.M. and will
to twelve of Mrs. for looKing at wedding .
requisites of forming a Following a short wedding rIp years age. The spring district conference continue till 4:30: p.m. Anyone sift sample just book. Also announcements
Gaudet, unit president, is chair. !
...eague: of Women Voters were tour of central Florida, the r' r ; man of this first dinner. will be held at rinecrest school, having! rummage macall) napkins, thank-you
timed to a group of interestedomen couple will be at home at 2102 Sanford, March 2 from 9 a.m. un 267-2209 or 2674275. notes Informals, etc., 2675775.:

assembled at the Wo- Glcnwood Drive, Titusville. ,

)Bn'i! Club on Friday evening ,
Sponsor of the meeting was the VFW Auxiliary FIRST TRY FREDRICK'SYOUR

Irpartmcnt of Public: Affairs
Business MeetingThe
ommittcc of the Woman's Club FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE

If Titusville, Inc., with Mrs. W. regular business meetingof

A. Eruner the meeting, chairman, conducting Veterans the Titusville of Foreign Auxiliary Wars,4228 wee, 4\ "WE ARE OUT TO SAVE YOU MONEY (CHECK WHAT YOU CAN GET

The League Is a nonpartisan held p.m. Thursday at the home Feb.of 13th Mrs at Edw., 2:30: N WITH EACH COUPON WEDNESDAY/ THRU SATURDAY"

(organization: which urges members
to take an active part in the Cnbbin! 751 So. Dixie Hwy .. .-. ,- . .'- --....-.-..- .
Indian River City with) Mrs ", .. ,.. .' ..... .'... .. ..i'. ... .W '.'.
Qarty of their choice. The non- ; .. "
of the League has Vaughn Gilbert, president, pre. :: '::-
partisan policy Men's 100% Cotton Ladles, Men's Reg. 1.00 '

Darned for It high respect among aiding. r : :, T-Sriirts, Briefs, Athletic Shorts >'' RAIN COATS . . . 77c ':"I
vernnlt'nt officials at all levis .
A report was given on the vise : (With Co'jpon) .l.
{. i. 1st to the Brevard County; Homemade \( .. .. ,I 3 for 88c I Ladies Reg. 59c Band Leg :"-0 I II

Mrs. W. L. Halatcad of Miami, members.by several They of presented t each /It... ': .:....!.l ,." '. .;:.' _. t Men's(With Reg.Cojpwi 69c) :, .: PANTIES . . 8 for 1.00 {" "

5 date organization chairman, SHORTS . 2 for 88c ':' Sizes 5 & 6 ill I
patient with a Valentine box of .
of M,. and Mrs V. Babcock iiiWoman's t .
\yill meet soon with a group Eugene :0 (With Coupon) ,:
candy. The boxes were attractively Limit i With Couoon) .
( ,
women interested in becoming ... .. ... .. .. ,.,. I
decorated with II io" +.''' "'' ,: : .-r.: 1i.\.'. ,
nylon "
: : : ;
r&embers! of the board of the srr .ynWV _\
Club To Meet -
lace and Group MondayMembers .;
League. The/ state board Is the Mrs. H buddy, H. Schcibel.poppies a new : :. I..J;. .... ..... "'" ...... ;;;) w... '
organizing group and remains inconstant of tile public affairs the meeting: at 2 p.m. (I I'')
guidance through the applicant for membership, was committee will meet with the 'i rr"U::i ; Reg. 2.99 :
Members of the committee include 1.00 i
voted upon and accepted. Mrs. I Men's Leather Reg. i'
pje provisional and provisional board of directors of the Woman's '
Mrs. W. H. Barnard, SLIPPERS . 1.00
Essie )JI add o transferring 2 '>
x for 1.00
periods! which may be for a period from the Alfred Allemaa Post Club of Titusville, Inc. at chairman; Mrs. J. A. Sheridan, BELTS (With Coupon) :::
I+ of two years. 10 a.m. on Monday, February 24, chairman of Indian Affairs division (Limit: 2 With Coupon) I \
23, Gulfport, Miss was also accepted Ladies' Reg. 2.99 Leather Sole Heel
at the club house. "
who introduce :
Mrs. J, J. Condes, president of into the Auxiliary.In Mrs Men's Reg. 69c Banlon '
Plans will be made for the Inscho; !Mrs. Edward Enlgson, SLIPPERS . . . . 1.66 1:1
tee Woman's chairman Club and of Mrs.the W.department 1 II.llurnard [. order to hold its business ,meeting on March 2,. when Mrs. Mrs Howard Parker, Mrs. Lamar SOX . . . . . 39c (With Coupon) '
Frank macho of Miami, chairman Threlkeld. Mrs. J H. Purvis With Co post <
meetings at the Post Home and 1 1i ,
of Public Affairs, were of Indian Affairs for the.. A ,..'.. ...., : leer ; .n{.q\l::l:1\:::]
al the meeting. Mrs. Bruner will not conflict with the Post business Florida Federation of Women's I and Mrs. S..W: .Shipway. %.r. r n1 n {,. Y. N % rr '.":.' : -vj: :. { -Vji;;,. _*

he happy to talk to any interest- meetings the members voted Clubs, will 'be the guest speaker. -q: .; .I.II.-f:
el{ women who were not at Friday's to hold one business meeting \ luncheon will be given! for i ;
a month which will be the first = Ladies POWER MODEL Reg. 3.98 :
meeting. She will set the Mrs. Inscho by the committee Men's 1002.50 L
Reg. 1
nbxt meeting date after hearing Monday at 7:30: p.m. The first and the board members prior to DRAMATICNEW I : BOOTS . . . . 2.00 ..'
from Mrs.. .Halstead.. such meeting will .pa March 2,; TIES 77c (two for 1.50)) (With Coupon) .
.. Mrs. Cribbuis anriojrhfced\ tPsthe' '. Deborah Cast! Holds (With Coupon) II''
next] work session) \Jld.be\ : 'CREATIONS 1.00, .L Girls Reg. 1.59 Can Can t tI.
"Sweetheaft Dinner"The Boys' Reg. 4 for Cotton
VioletHughlettCircle held Thursday, Feb. 20, at 11' I.. PANTIES . . . 77cSML. ..
; Meets a.m. In her home. All members Deborah Class held Its Now hlgUaiMM ttyRng faring, SOX 4 p air 77c Pink, Yellow Blue

arc urged to attend. annual: "Sweetheart Dinner", forth within a magic.ash[ radiant ptritttKttptakt from (With Coupon) (With'" Couoonl)

:jThe Violet-Hughlett Circle of last week, which: was well at ctflttT .
the First Methodist Church of Initiation FeatureOf t tended. I di nend.Y.1 r,! r. {+ A'V

Titusville met Thursday, Feb Special guests! were Di and I

ruary 13, at the home of Mrs. PTA MeetingFirst Mrs W. 3. Hardin and Mr and ; '
Dale Custer, 1500 Old Dixie Hwy Mrs. L. C. Couch from Drew, : Boys' Reg. 1.99 Knit ( Boys' Reg. 39c T-Shlris '

Airs. Larry Monhollon hud for Parkway's initiation Honor of new Society members was Miss. i SHIRTS 50c BRIEFS . . . 3 for 79c
cliarge of the program entitledthe Hurl Ferguson and son, Jim, (With Coupon) }
(With Coupon)
evening during the
"Methodist She
Family. was presented a program of songs.
assisted by several members in monthly PT-A meeting at theschool's Each family represented Boys' Reg. 1.99 Long Sleeve Boys' Reg. 1.59

Fhowlng l various charts depicting cafetorlum. bought food and the table over 1100 SHIRTS 77e Q DUNGAREES . . 1.00
p4rts of the Methodist family. Eighteen members were accepted flowed with delicious dishes to ALSO TO 5O7a 11 (With Coupon) ,. With{ Coupon)
t\ district meeting was an- into the organization during tempt everyone. The centerpiece

nonuced at Eustls on February25th. a candlelight service which was a red satin heart,

A group will be leaving was led by two student members edged in white lace, banked on

from Hennessey Hall at 8:30: Louginia Anderson and( Karl all sides by red roses. I

a.0i. to attend the meeting. Sand Keller who were assisted by Nut cups were white sugar Ladies' Reg. 1.00 # :? Reg. 39c Terry Cloth Fancy '

wiches may be taken for lunch. other society members. molded in the shape of a heart, WALLETS 57e KITCHEN TOWELS 4 for 94c
'ebruary 14th, World Day of Emerson Wilson, Honor Society end filled with heart candy and i (With Coupon) i'.' With
( Coupon)
Prayer was observed at the UL'l'RASONICWitch
Advisor, reviewing
gave a speech
Methodist Church at Mims. the history of the Society in nuts.Besides the special guests, & Clock: Cleaning Ladies Reg. 10.93 Chiffon Reg. 3 For $1.00 Blrdseye :1

The circle announced it will the United States and continued those who attended were: Tested! and TimedElectronically DRESSES . . . 4.00 ,, DISH TOWELS 3 for 71c
mike hospital tray favors on to say that the societies establishment Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thompson, Assorted Sizes Colors (With Coupon) I
February 25th at the home ofMls. was to create a firm Mr. and Mrs. E. 1[. Stigall, (With Coupon) } -

John Davis. Each memberis foundation for the future growthof Mr. and Mrs Robert Cato, Mr. By. Registered Watchmakers .)

urged to attend and help withth the creative and scholastic and Mrs Alton Fryer Mr. and I Prompt Service!

t s project. abilities of its members, reminding Mrs. Burl Ferguson, Mr. and
Mrs. Curtis FutchMr. and Mrs. All Work Guaranteedl!
'The March meeting of the the .group that they should
circle will be at the home of Mrs.J. always perform useful and purposeful Bets Hursey, Mr. and Mrs. Rich l I, Ladles' Reg. 5.97 to 8.97 Reg. 4.99 72 x 90 94% Rayon. 6% Acrilan I I

'ft. Hamm. services for their students ard. L. Lemon, Mr. and Mrs. Jean's Jewelry PRESSES , 3.00 BLANKETS ESMOND 3.29 ,
By .
George! Morgan Mr. and Mrs.
as well as school, family & Gifts (With Coupon) ( a .
Refre'hments were served byMi and community. Ernest Puckett Mr and Mrs. (With Coupon) : ,i
Big Apple Plata. TitusvilleCannon's Seamless
Ladies' 59c
Custer to following guests: Sam Seay. Reg. Reg. 2.99 Boys 100% Cotton
Mrs. James Trimble, Miss Mam ----I--- ___ m_ J HOSE . . 2 pair 88c '
ie"e, Mrs Charles Threlkeld, Naomi CircleThe ... .. . .' . . i( (With Coupon) I t BATH ROBES . , 1.49 :
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Mrs. O. S. Keay, Mrs. J. D. \ _
Naomi Circle of the Pres. .
arum, Mrs. Sid
Carraway, Mrs. byterian Church will! meetat, the
John Davis, Mrs John Haley, home of Mra. W. E. Ziegler: 1706
Mr;;, C C. Young, Mrs. Cary Diane Drive at 2 p.m. Friday, 4 .
Leonard, Mrs. Ernie Brown, February 21st.WHISPERING. Any 2.47 or 2.97 Ladies'
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Mra.Carpenter Eula, Custer.Mrs. H.Mrs.B. Benzene Robert : Tasty-Bake Bakery : BLOUSE . . .2,00 i BIRDSEYE DIAPERS . 1.54
HILLS (Limit 1 With Coupon) a I I
haler, Mrs Joe Courson, Mrs. (With Coupon)
COUNTRY CLUB 1101 South Washington Titusville Ladies' Reg. 8.99 Suede It
n.l\: Serra Mrs E. A. Dolke, Asst. of Boys Values to 1.99 t

Mss Bill Williams Mrs H. A. CATERS TO BANQUETS JACKETS . . . 3,77 I CAPS 50c I.t

Siomcn! and Mrs. Larry Monhollon' OF ALL KINDS OVEN FRESH DAILY! ; 1 (With Coupon) I '' (With Coupon) .t

We Carry Over 100 Different Items, Daily Ie

..: SAMUEL J. BARR, M. D, FREE HOME E DELIVERY : Any rnJA 1.00 Ladles' # Men Values To a 1.99

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OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY Regular U.87 (With Coupon) ,

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Wedne+dey, February 19,19U (Florida) Star Advocate' 'Psie t. the card party may be made by

pY! mng 2 7'7Jp24 or ?,07.03A8.: .

r 'round town ;.-W ott tor the Titusville

r I Foot Club were Installed T es-
day evening frllowlnu. a covered
baruara dMh dnncr; in their club: house' '

T4e'; wit ot16, Ncsoe And Notes Phone 7(7-3974( Ulill. car ,don' at the yacht: h.llin. Ray StrtkMn -
Noah Brevardr past com'indotf, presented

A far"'well luncheon held who time the the cummcdore flag to Ed 0' .
woe spends more on 'want' to miss because it has unlimited -

Monday\ ,it the Colonial Lounge! holbv! : than the rest. of the faml possibilities for denting Man Other o::!,ctrs installed
'h> :ncni, ti.re of the Eta Eta new and different Items. were Carl Shine. vice.commodore
____ __ __ __ ly, lets her imneinntinn run
n --- Chiller, U:t.> Sigma Phi, Sororit MM Vi\ u,i I'anson: sec-

Past Chief's Club Latin Club t '. honoring! Mrs. (Inn Tullirun uuuy with her when working ritiisville Little Theatre is relic; Mrs Hazel Schohl, treasurer
Parkway it
on and has come with on
who ktl yesterday with husband tip ; ;iiid Rucbtn Hanson! ,
Meets On array of different ideas. For a sponsoring, a benefit! card party
MondayThe Holds InitiationThe Derme, for Riverside. cruise master. Following the
CilifornU The Tullmens niov special ueddmg\ gift a wedding this Saturday in the communityroom cercinnniej. members viewedthe
Past Chief's Club of the Parkway Junior High Lat invitation\ 01 nnnouncemrnt encased Bank at 7:30
at Citizens
ed to Titusville a short while ago: : color Him Story of John
Pythian Sisters met Monday etc in Club, now called Socletaslatma after ( in the crystals. or perhaps Glenn.
hivln lived in Anchorsflo p.m. Proceeds: from the event
ring at Castle Hall with Mrs. Gus held its inflation for of black and white pictuien (Shi'
D'Emilio Alaska fur the past 17 years! will be used for their building
and Mrs Minon\ Stormas
fleece and members said color
new on9hursday pictures return to
hostesses Upon their arrival Ina sister of sorority preti. n fund TIT is currently trannfornvng Kid : sny the cutest t things A
Feb 13 negative form when usid Shemade
guests were served red velvet I'I I dent Mil Collie Dean, was pro ) / the old city garage on Car locnl mullll-r tdk us !she recently

cake and coffee. The initation consisted. of the Rented a gift from her sorority sparkling thiistmav truormrints IIU St into a theatre building asked her young daughter if he
I ,and created l
officers!! saying a pledge and do sisters, a 13dil t i Sigma Phi purse a uniqueuddraycoa with plans for a gala opening on hud her home work finished
Presiding was !Mrs Curtis J ing some sort of stunt thoughtup sizt jewel box and a box of italiinxry ter hy using( a small April 1:I, 4. S, 10 And tl when "\t.". t tu little girl! !soberly re-
Futch president Mrs Iva Tlnnel 4r by an initiating committee. notes with a yellow rose sin shell for tin a+hrs they present!! the musical! "The {pled "It onlv took two commcr-!
led the dcvotionals Mrs, Arthur 1 pattern, the This is one dl'oplltV'11i! won't .
These fctunts were as follows: sorority s fltwer( King: and I" Reservations for 1'llIh"
Demond and !Mrs\ Johnnie Whit. ---- -
Secretary, Melissa Bell, hay An extra special guest at the -
ley were welcomed Into the club
Mrs D. D. Pritchard won the Ins cake flour blown In her face; luncheon was Ina: and Gnhlie
treasurer, Marcy Philips, walk mother, Mrs. Nylund from\ New

mystery Others package present were Mrs. Layton r ing blindfolded over till shells! York who hain't seen her dun. This New G-E Filter-Flo' Washer is big on features f

Corbin, Mrs. J. E Koon, (which she thought were real ghtcrs since they were oil tojtithcr :

Mrs Knox Thompson Mrs )Herbert % eggs), reporter, ChiUty Oonos here in February two I _
Thompson :Mrs Ted Mor rt4"h making up president Josh Not, yea, ago Wi hear Mrs Ny

tan Mrs Frank Clark Mrs. Sarah cnss' face, Cleopatra, style, in land. 1- planning nnotier: trip .
-- - ----
Pappy Mrs. Bert Freeman front of the whole club; und I this Hiiininir to Finland where .
Mrs\ at arms. Lee PunkhonsPI she will vUt with idat ayes In r
( Julia Giles Mrs. Steve Cot. sergeant :
trcll !Mrs\ Cecil Nicholson, Mrs t ::::1rN rolling vice. .piesiilont Eireen lur former' home land WASH AND WASH

J C. Rogers !Miss\ Mamie Love Marks' hair AlIl'lcll'1th< ( ,' luncheon were

and Miss Mary Cottrell. The new members of the club l\ n. Elnian no Df -inn, Mis Joy J
Prizes were won by Mrs Herbert N will be initiated by singing: a MJUH, 1\1\ ,.. Julia Parker, Mrs !!!

Thompson Mrs Freeman, F song in Latin for the officers! lUrtha Swuine, Mrs\ I'aalim ,
Mrs Corbm Mrs Cottrell, Mrs when they pass them in the halls \ hite, Mrs Mildred. Hazen ...
Whitley, and Mrs Tinncl at schoolBook() '''its M\ try Lou fierce and guests,

f Mu Louise S,'tmlritt and Mrs
NSA Members Connie: Arnold. I
b r Review Slated TWELVE

Attend WorkshopA For Library MeetMrs :Mrs Ki iy Multbie of I82fl
mrr! POUND
refresher' workshop was Whimper Hills lid, !U homerecuperating ,
J. J. Condos, president of
sponsored bv the Florida Divi the Woman's Club of Titusville, fifv i at Jess: from i'arrish major Memorial our I CAPACITY

(ion, National Secretaries AJ; Inc will review Pearl Duc'k'ilIntest J
lactation (Intetnjtional). at the novel, "The Living Reed, _
Annie Russell Theater: Rollins aid r February 20. The review will ho -
College In Winter Park on Sat A nsw display in the hobby
given: at a meeting of the Pncn'IH 'I
fcrday. February 15th of the Library, which group Is case at the library allows how a PLUS:
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr and Mrs Robert being organized. fam:ly cun enjoy working/ to i
"Correct Writing" was the V. Waterrose. 12)) Oozier Avenue Tttusville gather to create a variety of Two Wash Temperatures I
topic of a talk given by Wilbur announce Dr. James Milliard, director of beautiful: objcils from plastic : l' Powerful Spray Rinse *
the engagement of their daughter Carol) Ann + Edward
Dorsott. associate professor of Secondary Education with Bro ir/MjH! !Jon and Elhrl Krafl Big Spiral Activator Safety I
tngli fit Rollins College duringthe Lee Smith, son of Mr and Mrs. E. A Smith 209 Palm vard County Board of Public Instruction of 139 Pinecrest and their three Lid Switch Porcelain: Tub i

morning session. The afternoon etto Street Titusville. Miss Waterrose is a senior at will have tome of Ins children Chris; 14, Russell U .and Basket ____ J.GE .

st snn was a presentation Titusville High School this year Mr Smith is a gradu mementoes from Korea, where and Tommy 9, have made dccoiatlve !. 81

bv Western Union representativJB ate of Titusville High School He attended Dallas Instl- he lived for t while Dr Milliard plates bowls, platterscoasters ( .
(JB, explaining t: and demonstrat lives in Titusville and Is a memo and other Items by -H
lag new communication methods tute-Gumpton College of Mortuary Science and gradu her of the Library Board f fast: pouring the plastic crystal -SPEED DRYER

I Participating; in the workshop ated in March of 1962. He is a member of the Jaycees The meeting will be at 8 p.m. into a mold!. making their design Bif 12 Pound .._

flo-n: the Titusville Chapter and Masons. He is now employed in Smith Funeral at the Titusville Library, and: thin/ pouring more cry I Washer Model WA.I02Y Clothit Capacity '

ISA were Freida Carter, presl. Home, A fall wedding is planned.-Gregory( Photo). slabs! on top to leal Their High-Spud* Three DrylnjSyitira Hut

cl nt; Kitty Chase vice-president; DeMolayRainbow creation Is then baked In the Salictlon Virlabl

Virginia[ Gault recording. serretlry ...--- .,,-. oven at 373 degrees until smooth. BOTH FOR Tim Dry Control \
Girls :
; Huby Stevens and Mild Enjoy ,, Simple detlgm ir',madi- with J S ltty Start Switch G;

ltd" Ha gin, :and from the Titus The Masonic Lodge was VT/,f ringing > *" colored, fern of colored gravel ONLY $32990 llryrModdDA.t16Y'i9ii

yule High School Future Secre with music playing for the while fttore elaborate scenic de-

I rocs Association, Joan Arnold, big Valentine Dante, for ilgnj are made by adding .
given u, __ h ____ ____ .
president: and Linda Futch, and the DrMolay Boys and Rainbow opfeial made butterflies or tiny

ejust{ Linda Cnase | Girls by the Mother's Circle of shells anti sea horses fthci: ,

the Titusville Chapter of De ware('s: itsat I. :

Golden Years Club tTo Malay BoysRefreshments. i d.Pursuant(.!... ma.trnl la inn on lernia tu. lath of a any final of 1ff1)nll@( ] TImffin@]
Pfbruary 11M/ n tliamrry CHUM
Meet and decorations No. nan, .
Thursday In ih Circuit court: at
!... hints .
Judicial circuit of I-lor
wire: under the supervision of Ida. In IInl I
fur inward tuunly, in
:Jibe Golden Years Club will I''*io Rainbow Girls and DeMolay Whlrh CHAIIIIK THOMAri' Unfit:. AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER
III rlolntlfC/ and JONATHAN Mi.
fleet Thursday, Feb 20 at 9:30: Mothers MANILA and tLOIUNCK MHIIIiui.uA.4ia /
a.in. at the Woman's Club Build Mayor Ed Kitties was a special u'. iatrnt.anu. In.
ing across from the A and P guest and was greeted!! by DC la UOUlu.linrcl CI."t or l the I"ITII" 'lrcUIl H. CUll"IIAUVIuHHrevarcl C.,..
store on Hopkins Ave. All men I Malay Master Counselor Tommy Cuunly tlnrlla, will otter
tor solo. on tint, Jn',I day of Mares" ,
and women who have reached:! Ju Ward and Rainbow Worthy Advisor IW4, 1 between>> the hours of Hllo) <
their 60th A M and aat5; P. M In
birthday are invited to ? front of
Kathy Gibson .. .
the .1 ilnnr of the County (;ourt
attend DEMOLAY hnuiH in 'iliu.vlll.. Itrevanl County,
DeMolay Councelor
Xurldit tha .
The club meets on the first 1"Uowlolll d.u.rll..1
Ward, right. welcomes Mayer Ed Kittles ATO Alumni loot .nil. In lirawI .,, \.OUAI", 1"10"
and third) Thursday of the month to DeMo- Group I Ida to wit:

t to. enjoy games and other recre- lay Valentine Dance held Saturday night Left to right, To Honor Daniels "Siam" in uf. Myrtle Intrrautlon U reef end of the lhrntir .

atjnn, and refreshments Worthy Advisor Kathy Gibson of the Rainbow Girls,. "o"h boundary II. lour
:The community affairs committee who were invited guests of DeMolay, James Stewart, The, Alpha Tau Omega Alumni 141. bloc, .eior C of
of the Woman's Club of Worshipful Master, Masonic Lodge, Major Kittles and Association of Central Florida at'recorded. of Ih..I In public I'latlouk rocurdo/ II l flf.pain lire
Titusville, Inc. sponsors the club. Tpmmy Ward. (S.A Photo). will honor Stewart O Daniels of ud Countyarld| ., tlnrw >. III"
'ward on the laid north
Champaign, Illinois, at a .
reception ( boundary lln of Mill. lot four
at, the Cherry: Plaza Hotel in <54, a iiutanc of throe. bundrolIi0 ,
| Coot: th..nc.. fo oulhwtrd tf rn t
art + Orlando on Thursday afternoon, at right anil iu the ifjnullnorth 19" TV 3095wtTJf
< I February 27, from 5:15: to 6:30 Of 1 boun>> . one hunlrcu
I..nly.rl" I IU! > past
at r F pm. bet W, !.. .unintuf o.5lnninguf. STAND ?
the tract hrrdn lIelll'llItod;
--. 7W 1 Local alumni and visiting alumni thus tnvno aouth..ard n.r the firvt an courM Ih.. same inn'

In the area-ire invited tu lln. fxitfndwd.. a dUtancv of. 0"" r
,; hunlrwi twelve and "u Unltm
attend the stag occasion, IUi: / fart to a point: for Hi,.
as t Mr. Daniels has been Execu- MK.nd aourM (" tv.,twirl, itrlsht i / At y o
\ all.1a from ihi first
\\\\\vi\\ t.ve; Secretary of the Fraternity a dinlanre of DOe b\Jnlred,I II'Ml
,! a since 1925 In this position he fait to< to. point northward: C'sthe pa..II.t.lrlcourin .I U,' our only
works closely wilts Fraternity th. firm coura and un. hun.I,... OECCTIME : -
I1(O) f Chapter In 121 colleges and unlvcrsities !. dlntanr of on. hunlrrrt. twrli
and! fl,. tenths it IU9> loot t.. a
Due his Interest point; fur III. fourth inurManitwunl par ; $ 95
in his Alma Mater, Mr Daniel 1 to the point if lnilnDloc PAYMENT

has served as President of the IJIII.d lhl. Jtlb day vt te'ituaryciiirt .

University of Illinois Alurrni. Assoclrtion JIII4.! 'IT tnvnr ,ft:AH ill PLANS ,
In the Champaign CLHTIrt H. JIAIlNrH{ :
M (Irrk of Ih* Carole (;"url, for make it '
Urbuna area, Mr. Danieh has llravard County, Florida easy
served as President of the Rotary Oy: lrtln> HullDrpuly Clerk f'' to buy nowSERVICE (

1 Club and Is Treasurer! of f Campbell
P.'oJ. Ilex 5154|, / Model
the University Savings and Loan 1''ICO.. rinrld
Associ.it: c ,'llcltnra for Plaintiff' SP104r
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SOLOISTS Students of the Titusville Hickey and Pam deDeugd. These studentsare .. G.EWos"r"9: Cushioned

Branch of the Orlando School of Music "working their way to New York" as Action leaves dishes Vinyl -
I presented a program at a recent meetingo they are planning to appear at the World'sFair 'Interior hoJ! NEMA

the Titusville Rotary Club Soloists this summer and are seeking finan farkl\n\, ? KftJte. for 12

wtre (left to right) Joan Pelletier, Doug cial aid for their trip.-(S-A Photo). WHAT WE t NAt Hoed-Rlaabag-.r
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11 \ \ v N N &&i.4 3 BIG DAYS. National Heavy Engineers'Math' Week:, Science Background Needed For Engineering Career I I

I Almost everybody'\.' )' Knows that College of( Engineering' last Fall their' c > set upon the campus ond the(' fact Is that today's. eng.
/ prospective! \' engineering' !; sehool' Included' these' increased high!:h ,social I lifeltrcvtsrd tnecrmg' schools' ( !!, must be priparo .
THURSDAY 'FRIDAY & SATURDAY student need( '( a good background school unit (figures' English hi, up .' Junior College', an, o
NN\ ,; an math and I ph> )'sicalsckners from 3 to 4 units. mathematics' ,. avers' a ,great;, need for those students \ professional careers will extend .
/ \ TOY KINGAT < up from 3'j'.,. to 4 4'' j units, science' !\ with .graduation: aims at \{' to (tht' >year' 20UO( ).

\ Out it is not n nearly so widely' up from :2 z to 3 units, social studies .. some(.' greater' univtriity' Stalls. What kind of( world we will

'9 FEBRUARY 21 22 23 .recogni/ed/ '! that high!; school up from 2 to 3 units;, .and tics prove()\ Junior College: students have by then Is unforaceabla"
< <' : PIRTLE PLAZA )youngsters() must begin' to plan for language, up from 2 to 3 units. "who" ,) transfer to the four. from 1041-1.<>4. Out it Is certain(' thatit
(engineering' school' ) by at least. To earn 4'a' units of high':. school >year' universities' are able to .adJust it will be a world in which *aei
r( Has The New.. Sensational tluir' sophomore )sear' if they' are match and 3 units of high.: school with .the \veteran junior class ence and I \technology(' have an
to be adequately prepared'( for math and 3 units of acceptable' mi\('n much better than the high even larger role than today. The
(college' !; \ci' engineering' course* science.. a student' must begin no school' senior' Is able to adjust to engineers' In the year 2 2.0IJO. will be
later than his sophomore to the environment, of college cam concerned with practical appli.
TWIN TWIRLER /It is in the first two years of )sear
? school that basic math .and take the proper' course sequtnces pus life. during his freshman cations of( physical science devclopmenU -
!: '
PIRTLE PLAZA MERCHANTS HAVE GONE "ALL OUT" TO science' courses must be taken if The youngster \who\ makes. a >year i r rIn, ,' just as he is In 1964.

? 2 TOPS TOP IN ONE59andS100 the student is to build) the found decision for engineering' as a his \lergraduate years In To help' answer' the question of
.at ion (for the more advanced career' late in his high school' engineering' !: school. the student' what kind of lucatum' U host
and who has not taken' can loeik toward] a four.year pro. suited' (for engineers' who will be
A math and science? needed to quaiit program:
/ : I it!)' f for< r entrance' into engineering.: : the necessary background' .: eourses (.ram:. including an assortment of working!: through: the rest of this
ft\/ OFFER VALUES GALORE IN EVERY STORE SPECIAL PRICES $ ,'llIIul.,' A strong> foundation In in math and! science' faces('( a ale anent' math subjects, science. century. the National Science'

\ = ,ilktlird: geometry: \ physics)' and real problem In terms' of makIng nnd, engineering' ):: '' courses' In the .foundation Is supporting a $$300.-
I diimistry' is necessary' along up these' e'our MS' in a way ,special,.( (field of his choice) Of 000 study by the' ,American\ Society\ '
\with\ a considerable' familiarity. that will satisfy, (engineering' (tHirst'\ -, he will also) be required' for t Engineering' rduiation: The
\with\ It h more(' advanced( mathcmuth SChool< ) admittance officers( .' to take a number of liberal arts study will examine(' graduate and,

S [ 'tt..w( p1'Ed't4, St.fdr ICl J Here's' Your Opportunity to Have the FREE DEMONSTRATION AT .h. us up to the calculus Most university' college: 'i of)f cnjinecrlng snl>jc>cts' alone&; with laboratory undirgradtiatc' engineering .'clu-
(( lB Where Shopping .i The engineering' schools hate\ have raised' Mandirds. i courses! In chemistry' and physics cation with the objective' of ostablishing b
V1 4 P. M.. THURSDAY AT OUR STOREBY .education. Is currently guile linn' for the design
( SPECIAL Watch You've Always Wanted. At A I| KiiiiMally' raised' (entrance' res!' for admittance' in the' past 1 stv Engineering: than Icsi' understanding' of
quirt'mints' (for freshmen' in re cral )years for several'\ onions: going through&: a period)(' of
/ FOR is A We're' Prices BIG SAYINGS! THE TWIN CHAMPION! nut' years. Some educators hare reasons.. The University' of Hor intense' ,,' change, In .scope and dir mathematics'
'" Chopping During .
U -.
( : (M stated that todays' engineering' Ida, its campuses teeming' \with\ tttion' The problem of the cdu 1 The "use of hlgn)' sp\'<'eft ei<'ctron

ft i Washington's' Birthday D PleasureSPECIALS (1 WIN A PRIZEAt (,isthool' freshman begins his stud thousands of students. has.. r.ils. tutors' Is two fold; One aspect Is Ic computers' (for engineering' '
J ) III S Washington's Birthday Sale! Coupon ics(' at a level'\ where the freshmen cd standards/ to exempt' the he'low \that. of( the Impact of contcmpor work has brought about another
.of( only a few years ago were at average student( whose ehinees' ary (development.'\' In science(' and major change in engineering' edueation (
) Shop Thurs.. Fri. Sale and Save FOR Plastic SpringCLOTHES this demonstration by entering the twin p|Jhe end' of their first college of finishing college' are remote: technology!) on the traditional Computers. hate\e male' it

Clip and bring this twirler contest Thursday. 4 4pm.. ( \ r .- THURS. FRI. SAT. : PINS Reg.25c 1 Ie % Coupon toChamber's I freshmen requirements for its and those students' who, have and) technical' (courses' ;, antI .ice work which would/ have, taken a
1 .
h f FOLDING -- -- ) -- .-- dozen or more engineers' '( before

11 I -1 Llbby's'. Dcop Brown j One Dozen, Asst.. Colors N ______Jewelers_____ the computer era. ,As\ recently' as
ALUMINUM _________________ a ("'trade' ago, computers' were
\\ ( I ; j WEB ROCrjER Beans 1I",. 2: bizeCans 6 Cans $$1 Imonlz (( THIS YOUROLDWATCH COUPON AND vWANT MORI IM *QUR MONEY. *>KEEP YOU* ISS N BRANTS more used or less In only experimental'a few advinced devices .

___ YIY FLOOR Reg 59c 29c ( > Worth Is $$10.00at. WOf Q computers' research are involved arias\'' in Today practically
WAX I 'lr
$ Whitc HouseApple ( @lli xir 1: ]) phase, of science
1T $688 6 O U' Ounce Can ( i toward the purchai of ;. every
4 ____ any Watch, $J50) 00 or Ovtr. II and engineering: '
i\; \ f JukeGood 4 $S125C 1 : offer good thru Feb 23, only I ) The engineering: stud<
_ :: & Cans I Eveready Transistor _______ ; ., [f.1wrn I \ [P&OMI1[] g to hear a good bit about

; computer\(' theory anti operation
Reg .
: \ SturdiIyconstructIotr'' As Gold BATTERY 69c; 39cPitted r / IY'J' J \. "-. ...,.t"" during his undergraduate' )years.
Aluminum, high impact : \ :.. :.': Although computers have removed -
G ) Styrene arms. Colorful 9 Volt No. 216 Each Two Registered Watchmakers to Serve You. much of the laborious

I "' .---- 2U"Velon Firestoruj web Dates, 10.Oz. Plcg.g C __.______ All Watches Are Electronically Tlmedf YOUR CHOICE OF ONE OF THESE hand computation of past years,

ii bing1. Folds compictly.W.T.GX ______________________ rCKERDDrugstores D i\iHEARTS\ : LY the engineering' student will find:

____ t'' __,._ .s Fresh Florid: : C Chambers Jewelers p' ) rt BRADFORD HOUSEHOLD HELPERS complex that the use engineering of computers problems fur
( til
__ C' rree ;;
_# E *ANT_CO actually call* fur more, rather
Stewing. Hens H Lb.. 25' Pirtle Plaza 257-7893& V DESIRE WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF ANYONE than lean, understanding' of math

\\ _________ _________ UL] _1c'tf..w; (_Sp"_'"_' _f u951Hd11_ tElIT- _________ I OF THE 4 BRADFORD SPECIALS VACUUM This week, February 1822, Ii

._ .. \ National Engineers' week' a time
((1i .t. -.-.. ; VACUUM a.
; \\CLEANIR ?w- when Titimllle\\\ Hleh/ ,h School gtu
dents' will have a chance to meet'
MEN'S Thursday Friday Saturday WASHINGTON'S BlRTHdAYSpring I professional engineers' at career{
A BATES conferences' and. in gutted\ tours
Washington's' Birthday through: Industrial (firms and! con-
1d\1 : r of' STORE' L Ii i lulling\ ''\lUilllecrlns\ otticca Ono
\ .t'f 5 Spe'cha 5 I Shoe HeNu piece of( advice the students will
r D r I 9 '
//if? RECORD SALE p ) surely'/ hear from the engineers' ,. ta!
;7 Announces The Arrival 'Ia to "dig, into math and the phyulcal .
Hif I ON ALL REGULAR .sciences',. as these areas will
\ ) in Time ForWashington's This ii a Shops Inc. : I be with )you for life''. They' will

( \ and ords at SAVINGSj(/ D RES R E S S E :S ; -be.-. - -- -

s Birthday SaleOf Conveniently Located AtRECORDS 1 l\ Tilt.; I f'IIU I II .(fill Mr Of Tilt:
""I'U J JI<1"111\1.i \ i flIlIIH.i 'ixI '1
..5 I"Ml' I. a IOK( IIHK' 'SKID> I Kit\ NtlI I.
The 33V% R. P. M. PiRTLE PLAZANew I 10 I titUs. 4 II"\555 lit""'S SIS t."oU\' .
Now 2-22 %WJNU'/l/ vv. UAYLirr .
s1 1 0c70 I .uintirrMitK ...
Spring Line Regular 3 3.9833Vafl.P.M.. OFF VI..
/ I "Jieltity 1 L.. sMt't.irr .
S tle'.nllanl'
) N N Complete Superior Shoe Repair ,f .. .:. or .\nrTo .fJ
Grants-own/ : i rry U Huylirf
RECORDS 22145E.P.M.I 0 C Wonderful Selection From _, 1 YOU(J ARK II K.:it HI r Y NOTiriKI) )
BOTANY B 500 sl-a 1 22c ..
On All Footwear! .-j BRADFORD CUSTOM 2-DOOR REFRIGERATOR (hat lull.. 'fur' divorce .h baa born.
( Regular 2.98. I Regular 39c W Types r .' (llrtl *.Inol run In lh Circuit' \
Tabak b k of f California i a J Justin i M c C ((euurl' ,if,' the Ninth "JullcUl.., f.'Iriult.In .
\ $ and get and for lli.v.rl' Caunlv. Horld.
tk\\\ MEN'S S SUITS Nelly Don Manhattan. 'Charge-It' Wife-Saver' Only 269 you rntlilcl. WIoIU'lttl: |i:|> W UAYLIfK.lUlnllff ",.
Stop In And See These And Other Specials artl Free Gift ,. .
Special #1 I a VI. JtUKY/ L. HAYUrr.
; .
Also Do Sure To See Our .. .
\ y i L 'Alglon Howard tir.nsi.nt.. Chancery,,, "No' 27733. Your ",
: ,
3.25. weekly and refrigerator section never' need* defraying e 120 brrtby) requlrnl lo Mirvi" a copy
I An Especially Fine Offering At COMPUTE SOUND SYSTEMSSTEREO Serbin Koret of Calif. rnia. Selection of Work and Play Shoes I e Freezer' bure-neal' magnetic door of, 5'our.n.wcre, r other. writtosi.I.ei
Ib. 'Zero-Zone' freezer il r < to lh Complaint flirt'
.. .. ... .
\ h h..r.ln r upon (far! (O swans 5 At
\ \ STORE is / / Grants-oun brand lurnty the. nrlvlnil) (for I lulntlff'thtircc....., ..(, In anti the I to offLuf flla| ...
\ $ $ $
\ $5995$65ml(1$75 9 6 5 7 5 .. .
( FO.M..ndWo.- .
Hl-rt COMPONENTS RECORIS RECORDERS The Close thu (tierS' of tii .Circuit Court
w SALES-SER YICE Shop pl. ,' / ; _- I BRADFORD 15 CU. FT. CHEST FREEZER .ut.. .llrtvard. the lath County> day)). of.Florida....March... o.A..nrbcfur U..

\ \ \ IL PIRTLE PLAZA _____PHONC____MMI29________TUrUUA________TTTUSVIUI_____, _______ Pirtle Plaza AM 7 7-7145$ You Get More Miles Per S In Our Shoe Repair!, .d. : - ''Wlfe.Savor'' Only $I99 and Free you Gift get 11X14HBHk.IV Pro! :ConI./ :,,'....FAIL.. .will, NOT b b. rnlrnd or.. a Decree main-.. ..
#2 a
1 \ Speclol2 it you fur th nllrt prayed)' for In
i\\ : Ml,,il I ('nmulalntIMVK .

iI _____________________________________ _____________________________________ C Temperature' control provide'*.0 tl to) 20 below zero temperature .):. ':, AND, .) ORDritFD. : :. ,, at TII.......
vIII. rlorl' la thl totS day' of February
banket Ha automatic Interior light
___________ e range Sliding storage .
I I _________ ____________________________ S '(Court) A koal U!)1IM4
DR. ROBERT B. HOGUE _____ ; (Granl; ( : -oun brand/ ("urll II. heron", *
/ '
; Cl.Phik: OF' Tlir: (CIIICIIT'

/ E OPTOMETRIST K KV1ICk c:k. KI1fl n nNow ____________ BRADFORD AUTOMATIC WASHER (COUIIT(lly',: V.. I 1.'for*. ILDUIDA 5auclorOrputy,ItlltVAKUcouvrr ",; .)

I lII/f\: Announces the new. location of his office and you got' .. ,. ). Clerk .
I/I Wife-Save f 5229 ? r.b. 13. :26 Si. 4. *11 1 l W.d.) 19U
\ Located in PIRTLE PLAZA T1' Special #3 Only a Frte Gift

( Office Hours Phone (Coin 1 Laundry I .. .. t .' e 5 Individual push button washing program* 4 vane agitator, xirirr' : or ...\\1.1'r':
9:00-6:00: : AM 7.1915 AND LAUNDRY 8 rinses e Double coated porcelain spits and dry tuba NotIce la I"". hereby h Riven that\ \, 'pursuant
spray : r : : :. :
J _____ to a Final Dccrt' of Fore-
.. .. .. ,
ii oNul. enteril In am numbonil'
( __ j :riHU" In the i Ircult, Court of Hr .
/ > yard.County)'. Florida, I will acll th.
(/ ,.- w ________-_________________________________ County,Property,.. )., .Florida.. ultuatxl' .. .. dMcrlbeil.. I In... .Bravard CI:
-- -.- Aufomafic and take Convenient F Fast > l.nt Hevenleen (on.> INDIAN
-. .II.. your KIVrH I t: 1IEIUHT8, ., UNIT
In/z/ Tlllirlu; ; &aoconlln* to lb. platthereof
,,,, ,,
-- 7 'nrdcd In Plat Hook
) in the fun U, |page., 5 M. of the nuhlta .noorda .
c..: Laundry place of it rover..5 County,, Flor"*
and d Thorough T h hi! lila. .l ..sills land, ..altuat. lying
Children gain Invaluable grace and poise while lea 9 anil Florida'.. being In Brivard County'
.. .. ..
/ .
Together with\ all truiturea and
) for size Even .
every family. ing to dance our quick, They have,:! lots t Improvetnenta. now and hrafter.
easy way. .
r You G Get e t The Finest t I In Modern d ? on eald land.. Sal.1 I fixture attached
N extra large loads are easily r. JL" sr thereto and all renta.
fun during these lessons, too, with students of of th ir r TjB 7!' JC S u I Uncle..*. prmeeila. and profit. at..
i When You Bring Your crulng., and,, t to accrue 'from .laid
handled. Cleaning
4 .. g premlM... all of which are In
own Dance instruction lends sc f.
age group. .,
b44,8, aid eluded"" within the foregoing description
( Clothes To Us'! __ .. and the habendum.. ,
confidence to youngsters especially when ncedd.< Family's 5 thereof': alao all .gaa. steam el

Open Early ''Til Late e ei ". < ectrlc.,. water. ., and., other.,. h.al.., t.Ing
TITUSVILLE / Plaza values #; eooklng refrigerating llfhtInt '
Classes for all ages, adults, too! While shopping Pirtle } plumbing& ventilating." Irrl
,// w4sj Grants-ou-n/ brand g.tIng and: power' .yutommachine. :::
Attendant On Duty To Assist You :: ... appli cove.. ;fixturni I ,:
\ '- / SPECIAL FAMILY RATES b be sure t to bring your cleaning I I ,' CONSOLE and& ippurt.ngnea.' whisk. now..
,,: BRADFORD=>> STEREO HI-FI are or.:may. hereafter i[ r:: pertain: mid to::
or be uaed with In nn
: Daiice into our convenient location. ):'J WITH FM STEREO AND AM/FM/ RADIO prom I.,,... even though., .they, b bedaiaeh.d
i Earnest School "" or detachableat "' .
Spotless Modern Equipment Assures WhiterWashes OF c .... ,publl .. ., to the hlghett... nlt I Ibeet
# $ and you get .. .. bidder.. f fr> caih .at the Front' > \
Tlmel. % ; 'WifeSaver'Special 0 I\ $199 Door. of the" Brevarri, County.. Courtbouea -
Every PIRTLE PLAZA h You'll Like Our Shirt Service Charge-lt' #4 Only a ''ro.. Gift la Tttuavllle, I torlda .betweeniooo ,,,,,
I ,,
I '
4'P:1: orlock' a m. and two oclockm :
________ I p 2.75 weekly i C 4-tpeed. record changer (pUy. all )jour' record* Indicator light, & *. en ReelSCVRTI4 MoreS) "tb A.D. 1M4.
<( flashes when FM stereo it.broaderl'< 4 upcakers Diamond needle : R BARNFSt" '''

I, i/,4i/, V.///. / / # HUNDREDS & HUNDREDS OF WANTED ITEMS :CLEARANCE PRICED! t (CLERK By: V.Deputy..I or Spantler..CIROIIT(Clerk.... COURT

.CH..G..IT.... ;.r+ .. GFA C...0. I 5M ,Park,,k AvtmiePirtU "" JI nTtI. ELLIOT AND, $CtfWALBIl
'.. ,., I I Atl<"irnx''' '<. at Lawia
DOWN.: ..20D""''' 'Pllia, Tltuvllle* '2 RarneM.. "NMI" ".I Dank Building
\ FREE PARKING OPEN EVENINGS VALUES$ FOR ALL THE FAMILY! _: 01 MONTHS TO ,:....r JoUJf.. t.. 'U". ..Jaekaonvllle. ... 19.. (Wed...3.). 1M-FlnrUaleb .-&.'


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Tltuivnte (Florida' ) Star .A veeiU Wtdnndiy. February 19, W4v \ the spray after a three months) !
Bite Now. Or Never Bozo! T'rlod of testing: reported 81\ percent

The age-old legal axiom The repellent purported t to( be "While successful.the dogbite problem has INDIAN RIVER
often been treated, more or) less
every dog/ is allowed one bite effective safe and humane con
may not apply' to all canines in tains is percent pepper extract as a joke it is no laughing mat-
the future, at least as far as the and 85 percent mineral oil. Test ter for our carriers and their
!h 3 Ypai postal department Is concerned ers say that even though the dog families. We feel this is an Important
t e'a IA Now comes the announcement will be uncomfortable for a short step forward from botha ( DRUGS
from Washington that In the near period after being sprayed, none humane and an economy stand exalt
future postmen will be armed Of the effects are injurious or point". Gronouskl said.

with a pushbotton spray called lasting. The first! containers, reportedly I INDIAN -. .- -
Halt' which when fired Into the Postmaster oenoral John A. costing $90,000, will be In wide OPEN RIVER MON.. "TUES.

face of the attacker, reportedly) Gronouskl, himself'1'' dog owner spread use early this spring: and PLAZA WED' SAT.
causes it to tuck Its tail and hide, has ordered the nationwide use of in full use this summer \ 7 9' AM-8 PMDAYS

never to attack again. 1-- f RT. 50 THURS., FRI.

Mail carriers say the depart WE SERVICE. WHAT. WE SELL i I If1 7 INDIANRIVER 9 AM 9 PM

ment; suffer' '7,000 dog bites' each SUNDAYSNITES

year which cost'about $1 million CITY 12 N 6 PM

a pay year, compensation In lost time'and,' substitute"medical 5 FACTORY. ( FRESH. eQ e

"r '
't T and hospital expenses> not' to General Electric

mention the mental and, physical JUST UNLOADED Reg..
anguish' Involved. = HEATING PAD 7.95: $$3.95

x FULL CARLOAD zvi Broxldent Swiss"Made
.. Judge Reg.

J 4e }t Grants 12-Hour t'I
'a -1 fv.: a. \ White Rain
\. ,.... .: ..t." : Picket NoticeFederal y M HAIR I SPRAY. 1.43 99c

JUDGE SAFETY POSTERS Busy judgMrs.. Henry Goethe and Edward Steven- b a

ing safety posters made by students at son.-(Bill Williams Photo). Arvin
C. !
Judge: George
Mims School are, from left; Gus Faulk, Ycung, at a hearing: Tuesday < IRONING BOARD Reg.5.95 $$2.99

morning In! Orlando, granted a U
Mims Area Happenings request of the striking railroad l o y Disposable -
union that picketing will not resume 1 ou M
at the Merritt Island moon- BABY DIAPERS Pk 12. of$1a88$ !
port without giving 72-hours .

Safety Poster Winners NamedBy notice. Stilt df artcTCdmfortable

After hearing arguments from : : Reg.
the striking FEC employees and 0 BABY CAR SEATS 4.59 $$3.19

Mrs. Gladys McLendonAM cherry filling! and coffee to( the Spruce Hill, have as guests this the NLRB at the morning hearing 2SPEEDAUTOMATIC
7-1248 following( members: Mrs. Arthur week, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Fugatt the Judge refused the
Safety Petit Miller and' mother Mrs. Albert from Signal Mountain, Tenn. NLRB request tor an ''Indefinite"postponement POLAR WATER GARDEN HOSE!

Steinmctz, Mrs. W. S. Austin, end Mr and Mrs. Charles Ridncr of the picket act y "
The following students of Mrs. G. O. Wright, Mrs. John of Gray, Kentucky. Mrs, Ridner ion and agreed: to the \tmion's request Spring or Distilled I y SO' V, -
Miens school were judged first Schneider, Mrs. Wayne Ker- end Mrs. Furgatt are sisters of for the '72-hour notice per. > WASHER o -
$$1.00 $$5.95 $$1.99
i iod. 4 Gals.
place winners and given sheer, Mrs. James Phillips, Mrs Shrader. Sunday guests I

able mention for the best posteron Mrs. E. L. Jobe, Mrs. Roy Bunions were Mrs. Shrader's brother and AFL-CIO president George "t! I .
safety, which they have been and Mrs. Thomas 'rlce. family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Far Meany said In' Miami Monday, "..,; i I d'IIWf' :': )ft 'Wt'\I: ) ,_m."" (
studying/ this month. Servingas rington of Largo, and son and the hearings were without prece- u
judges were Mrs. Henry Birthday Party family Mr. and Mrs. Darrell dent as it Involved workers now 'tlfr( =o 1
Goethe S. A. (Gus) Faulk and Shrader and son Darrell Jr., covered by the Railroad Labor in : CRESTgoTHPASTE59c
F. Jowers
Mr. and Mrs. -
Ed( Stevenson, all of Titusville. from Cocoa Beach Act who word! not under the 1 ro I
Webbs Trailer Park, a
gave i
Winners were as follows: National Labor Relations Acts 0: 2
Stage I Year 1: 1st, Kathy birthday party at their home which coverS most other workers. I NORMAL for H i
teacher Miss Mildred Sunday Feb. 18th. for their two speed
Mack ,
; Bruce daughters, Julie age 4 and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dunn were Mcany laid he did not see how regular washables
Brewer; Years 2: 1st, Lea: ; Mpt1
hosts to his sister, Mrs. Lucy
Patricia Janet age 2. There were about the strike could be settled unless .
Ann Honorable Brown and Ann: Penley, nine children present to enjoy Lansford, of Roseville, Ga., an the FEC granted the 14- 'ent an A II IILimit
Lewis. games and opening 'of gifts'. by' other'sister and brother-in-law, hour wage Increase recommended 1 with Coupon
teacher, Mrs. Mary
the two lucky girls. Refreshments ( Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Motes, and by the Presidential Board of = Offer Expires Wednesday 2/26 -
II Year 1: 1st, Mary -
Stage of Ice cream and cake son David, from Jacksonville. Inquiry. .
Lea Hopkins! ; Honorable men- were served to the children and A neice, Mrs. A. .D. Evans, of '"'" i :

tin) : Terry Bowyer and DeborahBell Jowers'mother Apopka, was also a Sunday guest, "
out of town\ guests, Mrs.
: teacher, Mrs. Effie Porter; Mrs. J, W. Rayburn and enjoyed a visit to the new Demo Ticket t Model LW365 ." \ I'I' IUI/ : 'm..,:t') 1
Year 2: 1st, Wayne Dooley; Pediatric Wing at JPM Hospital.: H
from St Augustine! and a sister,
Honorable mention: Billy Mat and friend Another lister and brother-in- SLOW speed for Ma
Miss LUsle Rayburn
Ihieux and Ronald Giles: teacher law Mr. and Mrs. Sale Ahead
Ralph Eaves
Jimmy Walters of Palatka. 19870 delicate fabrics MILK OFMAGNESIA
Mrs Edith Logsdon. enjoyed visiting with the fami M Mf"
Stage HI Year 1: 1st, Alicia lies. Mrs. Dunn's brother and '

Greathnuse; Honorable mention: Heart Fund Drive wife, M:. and Mrs. Percy Pru- Of Schedule W/T BACKED BY THE HOTPOINT M
February 23rd, Is Heart! Sun
Odell Kiser teacher, Miss Ann
der from Canada, who are spend REPLACEMENT ,
Searbrough; Year 2: 1st Judith day, and Mims will\ be' represented ing the winter in Fern Park, Sales of the a100-a-plate tickets eUABANTEE OF SATISFACTION 29c
Burke; Honorable mention: by Mrs.\ Arthur'Dunn, area were also Sunday visitors.Anthropological. If within M days, you Ire not en 12-Oz. Size
Joseph Boatwright, both students chairman, with Mrs. David Carpenter to the 1964 Presidential Dinner parformanc comphstely; : satisfied of: your with'Hotpoint: the I -. Plain or Mint
of Mrs. Theresa Jackie Mrs. Bert Greenville, tn be held in Miami Beach appllanca, wa "Mill, replace I It Z Limit 1 with Coupon

wicz, Tommy Patterson, teach. Mrs. Willie P. Jatnerson' Mrs. J. February 27 have passed pre j.4 with model a at cenparabla no COlt to you.Holpoln .=i l h Offer Expires Wednesday 2/26
B. Kershaw, Mrs. 1. O. harpe,
er John Bounds. vious records from Brevard; County I II
posters were on display at the and Mrs. Truman Taylor, as district I announced dinner execu- t1m

program Tuesday evening at the captains. This is 'the first Society Slates tive committee member Charles >
iliool year that North Brevard has had Maxwell of Cocoa Beach. Maxwell I r r VALUABLE COUPON.ALCOHOL! .; .
representation for thii worthy said 40 tickets have been ,' 5 (J.'.
and Mrs. Irving Lee is t1o
cause I
sold so far in Brevard. In con
Family Night Supper the Heart Fund chairman for Annual MeetThe I
The members of both the WMIT the North Brevard area. trast to thirty sold( for the last o RUBBING
dinner. "And," said Maxwell, >
and l the Men's Fellowship
groups Service as a Heart Fund volun annual program and business e Hy
and their families of the First "the forty tickets sold representour
teer is a rewarding'experience meeting of the Florida O
Baptist Church of Mims, had a efforts only halfway throughthe
contribution.to thefight Z
with lasting
a Anthropological Society will be
combined in the Educational sales drive in Brevard. We'expecting 19c
supper against our number one hosted
by Brevard Junior College Pint
few to
Bldg. Feb. 17th. at 6:30: ( quite a more
menace, end an enthusiastic response Cocoa, Saturday, Feb. 22. be sold February 27." Bottle . .
p 1i. after which the two groups for this Id4 Heart Fund will before
Registration be held at the Limit 1 with Coupon
separated, each to attend their will give dramatic evidence that Administration building from 8:15: Maxwell also said the list of / 4 11 4 Offer Expires Wednesday. 2/26

ow'n meetings. The purpose of the seriousness of the heart pro' to 9:30: a.m., with mOI'nlnpro./ VIPs accompanying President s wr 1 i tIIIf:
the WMU was a Mission Studyon blem is understood by the pea gram session scheduled from 9:30: () Johnson has expanded, and will' Mt I ,

,, "Apogee" (meaning highest pie. It will also, demonstratethat to 12 In room A 217, with Chart- Include Senator Hubert Humphrey I < .
point), presented by Mrs. Robert to ton W. Tebeau presiding. >
and Senator McCarthy
the most effective way Eugene
:If llli1''' ;(I IJ"i" {
West Missionary chairman. '
combat and eventually control both considered potential --- '
Included on the are: I
Mrs. Charles Thompson gave a the Vice t J '
this leading killer is through Three Presidential candidates.
Early Spanish Maps by
scripture reading and Mrs. Ray '
Heart Association' program of Charles W. Arnade; Taped( Inter Also attending will be Senate I
Caldwell read a poem entitled research, education and community view with Seminole Chiefs Majority Leader Mike Mans I I Iti
'" on 1
'What is a Missionary Dollar. service, which desperately Brighton Reservation by CharlesW. field of Montana; Senator Warren I I , '
Following this they had group needs your support Merkle Jr.; Food Induces Magnuson of Washington iI t'ii CONTAC.81! .
discussion! and a quiz concerning Physical Changes in Florida Indians who is Chairman of the Senate I"q I l 12'. l'I
the book had studied. Size .
s .
Democratic Committee
Personals by Dr. Samuel Rabkin; Excavations Campaign '
The Men's met and I Limit .1 with 'Coupon I
Fellowship Senator I l 0t
Robert S. Wittwcr, better at Panama Vieja by ; Jennings Randolphof
made plans for the Associational known to his friends as "Bob", George Long; the Fort King West Virginia; Senator Daniel i Offer. Expires? Wednesday.': 2/26 I
Brotherhood! meeting that is to( son of Mrs. Eleanora Wittwerleft Road, 1963 by William M. Goza. Inouye of Hawaii, and Representative t 'I 0

be held at the church on February Sunday, Feb. 16th for Jack Lunch will be held at 12:13: in Michael Kirwan of Ohio, w 2i (
: 25th. the Trade Winds Cafeteria House f! I '
sonville. .He was Inducted into Byrd Congressmenrial ,t7W U'mnn'1'tJOQ2' mI'j\lY Iit\' 1(:L'J. '
the U. S. Army on Monday. Bob Plaza, Dixon Boulevard( off U.S. Campaign Committee Chair '

Circle Wetting will receive his basic training at 1. man. I MODEL CTF914E t7d --=
The Mae Green Circle and the Ft. Jackson, S. C. After fin 1 r ,r ;I oN rrofas-taus gar fit IuI aCANIN* >ryh'7 I.'h'' IW! jft 1]lJt: /1' p ti.; 71i

Mary Nicholson Circle had a ishing basis training be will begin Riverview 4-H 14 cu. ft capacity :t'iIf

combined meeting last Thursday training as a Paratrooper. Winners NamedAt Black HillsPASSION 'tk e 11 cu. ft. fresh food storage t -
evening, at the home of Mrs. He was Chaplain of the Demolay e 105-lb.freezer
Rotund Webb. Devotional was Boys, and attended Titusville a meeting Friday of the >LAY Fides on wheels-rolls out for easy MICRIN j jI.
given by Mrs. Arthur Miller. High School. Rlverview :3th 4-H!! group winners 14 Cu. Ft Capacity Y YfULL cleaning sweeping, waxing 89c

r.frt.: ; Roland Webb and Mrs. were selected for Area Event At LAKE WAl.'ESAMPHITHEAT NO-MOST orturioNAT Ice cubs saverTRADE H Pint
John Owart. chairmen of the Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goulke Day. NO Until OPIRATINt COST Bottle . .
twit circles led in discussion of from St Petersburg, were recent The winners of the team demo J *"o i *io e-rt.v. You'll NEVER hale to defrost NOW r ? Limit 1 with Coupon
the making of robes for graduation visitors of Mrs. Goulke's sinter onstrations were Ann Greenvilleand Tuesday, Thursday, Satvreay liiint And this Hotpoint No- UPTO < Offer Expires Wednesday.. 2/26 1
for the law and Mrs. Mantle Mcndcnhall, Holli q Frost costs no mare to operiti TRADE t'i
"Merry Midgets"\ of and brother-in- Mr. mod 100
Sunday* o:00: F.M. than combination Hotpoint
the'_ Minis Methodist Church Charles Taminga, of Webbs Trailer Henderson and Debbie Wood Us cf ewrptfjtlo size. IN -<
Kin lergarten.AS Park. ward. t'i J
hostess, Mrs Roland Webb Many good demonstrationswere :>

served sponge cup cake with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shrader of I I given by the _students. EASY MONTHLY TERMS x t'JHIIHlh1t: ; ,)IJt\'h:, ) J ;; 4


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Bowling Championship Is Wide Open' Race

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1,000 Men To Wednesday, February 1 19, 1964 Tltutvill* ( Florida) Stir, Advocato ----;ft;;- 7 --- -- - -- -- - --+--'

Be I Matched Al 171/ n Improved Fresh Water Fishing i. I

Star-Advocate Sports

Local LanesPicking I'llw l6RUlii1le Takes On Realistic Appearance

The future of fresh water fishing prove Florida's fresh water fiit-
an overall winner from NEWS AND VIEWS is bfginmng to take on' a reali.stic Ing. L
the near 1,000 bowlers who have appearance; Insofarps:" ,, //isJi- Aldrich said( improving frt.<5li
entered the Brevard County Ing improvement and fisheries water fishing is a long!: r'nge
Men'i Bowling Association Tour management Is concerned. This gram and not something prE
nament Saturday, is almost Impossible appearance can be directly! cred happens> overnight, how"
according to County / ton* HuaU Sports Utor ; \ ited to the Fresh Water Fishing Florida' fishermen can begin'(I>
President Bob Miner. \ -.. I improvement Act of 1963, according notice some dividends from thetr!
The first t real signs of .e. ., ...... .,.. to A P Aldrich director) additional dollar A sound
spring bring out more than the fishing
"Within Brevard County, there ,lr. ', .
Florida '
and Fresh! Water ,
birds and the beojt. '.f. .. .. program: require! *
are possibly five or more : .. ,,
men <.. q >>. Fish Commission lot of biological looking before
who carry an average of 203, Even the old cent who has been\ hibernating for t the The Fresh Water Fishing Improvement leaping, therefore the early daysof

204, for a scratch game. Theseare past three months, make his: official appearance, on the Act provided a one ,the new fishing jmprovme t
the fellows who really haveto creek banks golf course( and at hU famed location the dollar increase on the cost of a program were spent In study and
bowl up to par and fight fora spit and whittle! bench resident fishing licence\ with the planning.Florida's.
position, due to the fact that dollar set aside to be used to Inv fresh water fishing
this Is a handicap tournamentand If you haven't noticed the next time you're driving C1t r r "'' a r st 1 4I Improvement plans follow np j
they won't receive much of a down Washington, glance ncro.sk! in front of the City Drujf) eight;: point program: *
handicap". Miner pointed out. Store or on Main Street, the main congregation Is centered Brandon Leads
1. Greater acccis! and bn tramp
around a barber shop across from the :Star:; Advocate build
"But, the low
average keglcr, construction. 2. Additionalfish
maybe in the 150 bracket could ing. I I l l'jt 1' ; management areas 3, El-

receive a 30 pin handicap, and if Occasionally, some of these ole timers, just to get away Blue DevilsTo panjod flail population controL, a.
he happens to bowl a 200 game, from it all, can be found hanging off the Indian River 4. Expanded pollution invesuga -
plus his handicap, he will be difficult bridge, sun tanning the backs of their nock and other ex- ,ions and abatement, and parasite
to beat," he added. terior parts of their body. '" 76-48 Win control. S. Expanded expefhncnt -
County officials 'p1 tut' ,yla .
are estimating development and stockjrjjf
probably 1,000 bowlers will enter As stated before, when the ole gentlemen/ begin to It. ;1t \". Iver.ion Brandon, who has led qf exotic: fish lot additional spoft
the team, double move, that's the real sign of summer approaching- fishing
and single '' the Gibson High School basket ) and (for rough fish co
events, which have had to be Last week, we noticed it at Whispering Hill Golf and \ '1'" ....,. hall. team In scoring most! of this trol. G. Continued hyacinth cv
extended another weekend due Country Club. Some of the older generation, including wo- t1.. !. ,> ", year, bagged: another 27 points trot, expanded boat trails arjl I
to an unexpected number of 6S.. ... ......Ao>:.., other word control. 7.
en Monday evening against Kls.slm- "
men, who haven't played golf all winter, can be found doing ...._ %' JR.: ''!' .' !
tries. push-ups and deep knee bends off the first tee, preparing nice to give the Blue Devils their and updating of present fi,ji
There will be 148 five-man for that first good drive. Although they're old! in nature, CYCLE CLUB RIDES FOR HEART -- left !is club president Jim Bassitt, and rightis eighth win of) the season, 76-48 hatchery facilities for( new species .
teams from throughout the can't hear the best, and their eye sight is: failing, they can Members of the Two-Wheele< s Motorcycle secretary-treasurer Tony Sherwood. GiMnn's girls' team also! won, of fish 8. Lake and pond co4struction -
county plus 216 double and 434 hit a ball straight (down the fairway in every shot. It Club will join with local i gantzations The club will donate their machines and 48-20. Leading scorer was Revcr. program with mad-
singles matches. might not go 50 yards, but its playable. this week to help raise money (for the United time to collect funds for the driveS ,--* ly Marshall with 15 Imum fish management: in large t
Heart Fund Drive. Show] above on ( -A Photo), The Blue Devils! are travelingtn population centers : I
The tournament will begin Feb. Actually, the first big move in Florida comes on Klsilmmce again( tonight fora According to Aldrich, the loV
22 and continue through Feb. 23, ground hog day. (At home, they're still moving out from second meeting itial study anti( )planning! is con' -'
29 and! March 1 and extended to under the snow. ) Generally, the ole timer heads for the plete and with fishing impro\f-
March 7.Miner river but, he can also be found using a cane pole, (probably THS prepares mcnt revenue available the pr I
20 years old) in one of the ditches on Werritt Inland! that Vera Wilson gram designed to Improve fishing
also said, Gateway probably are not over 2 feet deep, yet he can catch fresh Is now In progress With an a iftlcipated
Lanes, which will host the tournament water bass that will weigh sometimes near five pounds.: fishing improvement<<
is now in the process of Hazel Carlson budget of $308,100, the fisheries
Shortly after the older make their For Final Tilt "
Installing: tele-scores, new ball men appearance, management division has outlined
the battle of the ..
returns and settees.Bewlinq comes bulge. the following projects: \

Businessmen, who have rested their desk Prize WinnersVera Boat ramp acquisition, $20,00>;
Another basketball season for but the Terriers which
fituiville, arc drew o bye for the first boat construction, $20,00(1(
durinIthe\ winter months get the to form
urge Coach Art Tolis and the Titus
one more and tilt, Feb. 28.Carrying .
News health clubs, play baseball and basketball with the younguni vine Terriers will come to a Maybe more in the Group 7 Class Wilson and Hazel Carl- pollution study, $10,000; coistruction I
a season record of 11 of fish hatcheries and
and even try a few rhythmetic isometrics Some of the
son of Tltimillc prizes
close Friday night u the Terriers AA playoffs which begin in Cocoa won re
1 more braver souls e\en apply their former skill athletics wins and losses, Titusville man public fishing lakes, 5150o00G'purchase !;
Fri. Nitc
Mixers in the first annual Woman'l
journey to Mejbourne)\ for a |"t'b. 27 Titusville will play Satellite crntly ca1fl41
to the Little League baseball groups. ,In our opinion, they second meeting, winding up a 21 Beach in the first contest, aged to defeat( :Melbourne in their ) Invitational at Satellite of channel t
High team series; C'. and n'', have lots of guts. game chcdu)
2125; Burger King, 2102. At the same time, the ;'middle age" men,,ranging from The: ,;, ",M I ll o."oe.." ,::,coftejt{ will itusville-Satellite Beach game time ,the Terriers had beat the fish stocking foods, fertilizer$27,000; $18,000 chemical, ; regular ,
JJigh individual aeries: Shep 25-35 show lots more enthusiasm for rounding out the flabby complete the 19C364 cciapa for will then clash with Vero Beach, nulldqgi are expected)Jp over to win three again.. years, and Mrs. Wilton rolled a 1,010 for salaries and cxpentcsV! -. '

Shepherd, 679; Bob Patley, 628; areas than others., ( At this stage in my life, I can say a six game series total while 000; boat ramp truck with spef- %
Charlotte Jarrett, 514 and Hen that, but wait a few years.) This group can be found( at Ti- late i t JbiffoHsf f ; ; ; Miss'n'; Cocoa and Eau Gallic took Mrs. Carlson bowled a 210, the Jal winch $3.000; extra labor and( f
rietta Crites, 509. tusville High. School, during the .evening throwing the discus ( large hunks off the Terriers' hide highest single game of the con fish tags $3,000; m/acellaneouh/ *"tu
HUn.llnt.. W..n !.?,, running hundred( yard dashes and hopping over the low over the weekend, with the Tigers test signs, posts, nets and reprint tt '
Flower C'.415 I of Distinction 83 63 21 21 hurdles, trying their best to get back in physical condition Indian River trouncing the local five, 59.27 Winner of the tournament was the St Johns River survey, S5.v v
.All Kurger Am.King rlc I .n 64 r>8 30 26 that was once near perfect Open TournamentThe and the Commodores( squeo7ing Harriet Kessel, with a 1070 forth 600; electronic! fish detector, SI|<., '
llaoi ff. Electronic 4.1: 41 through;: with a 44-42 victory, (' six game 000; non-operating)) 11000.
Davis & Crltei Now, the younger generation, which has been slaving I
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three golf ball with 65.
Chamber. Jewelrri 41)) 44 in the classrooms professionals a
despite unworthy report cards) for
Harvllle away ( ;
Barnoiky 40 44 entering: the Indian
V,lo'm 39 45 the past month also get the urge to head outdoors. Other amatuers entering<< from
River Tournament in New
Van ken Open
I>IGrl.tln. k Pouter 38'3d S 411 47''% Why the sudden rush? I Smyrna Beach, Sunday, did not North Brevard were Walt Anrler-
Frey *. Krrrman: M 4H Howard Parker and Al Lan. VALUE En t
Only mother nature's hairdresser Can tell. ion, TERRIFIC
Kris- Wright :.16 4M place In the money! although, tf
L, A, Melvin "'IIOC!. 36 49 It's like .the bug. John Redman missed by only one oux. tI
MixersHigh For two or three days, this sudden movement toward a stroke. Amateur Robert Hammer III f f
better physical body is strong. Then it slackens. The mus- the the University of FJorld3'agolf I
cle1 that were tight at one time, have now gone throughthe Redman, Resident Professional
individual; game: Bill Sie- team, won the event with
of limbering and into His at Royal Oaks Golf and Country
her 203; Wanda Cannon, 199. stages up soreness. energyto games of 3437.
High Individual series: Bill Sie- work out some of the nicotine left behind from the Club, did not enter the pro-am p p
bet sources of cigarettes, has now gone. tournament Friday, but snot a ,
575; Eloulse Norman, 504.
Presently at Titusville High School, about 200 of) these 72.74 in the professional for a 146. Two Wheelers
High!: team game: Sooners, G91. hard working teenagers have began what coaches term the E. II Van Dusen, former Whispering
High team series: Sooners, trial preparations. Hills Professional also
1869.Htnnillnn. In other word,. weed the good from bad and see who placed) out of the money with a

PI v.Be.. 14 17..n',* I.n.t 61* for wants to join the team Lad. enough to run a mile every (day 71-81 for 152.Whispering. Club To Meet' I GENERAL ; ELECTRIC'
Hootenannlei 1714' 81* conditioning porpo'4es.Don
ftonnera 17 7 Godwin track forces at the high school began informal Hills professionalBurl Titusvllle,. Two-Wheelers Club
lllllbllllen 16 g Crabtree shot 72 In the
Rabble Kounri 1} 12 practice about a. month ago. will meet Thursday evening: in REFRIGERATOR-
Dutur Aw-Shuckii Snipes! HI B'oi' 14 14"AU.y Now, they Are under his supervision! and practice Is pro-am 74 and tournament 80 for 154 and I" the roundsof 30 the meeting room above the TI. I ,
Oop. f U about to reach a peak. tusville Fire Department at 7'30
Okl Oulter. Hunter 7.<4 J7 154" Coaches Larry Monhollon and Sue "Speedy" Thomas, hole professional I contest. pm., Club President Jim Ilasvltt FREEZER
1 have dunked their "water flies": about six times this year. Paul Houston, another Titus. said Tuesday."All .
"We can only swim when the weather is warm," commented ville pro, shot a 79.76 for 155.

Umpire Clinic Monhollon, "and that hasn't been often. Crabtree, the only professional members of the club are
Morrell Bailey is heading baseball for the first time golfer from Titusville to enter urged to attend to help final
his plans for the United Heart f'un,1drive ,

Session Tonight : lie year.says his prospects look good, they only need developing the had as pro-am partners tournament, II, H. McAshton Friday ," Bassitt laid r '

also of Titusville who shot an 89 Club' members are donating !
Tltuiville's LlttU League pone Frank Tomdale, assistant principal at Titusville High and Dick Williams of New Smy their time and motorcycles! tot HUGE' 13:2: CU. Ft.
cored Umpire Clinic will meet '(school is also: coaching tennis. rna Beach with a 92, playing best t help> in the drive. I I I
for the second session tonight at He calls: it, "The least spectator sport in the school. a-I III L / 1 I 1 I i 5

First Federal Savings and Loan .. Since this hour: first summer sports" season in Florida, I III ,"s e s ry
.ve consequent'asked him "Why? ,
"Well, there generally two peopJa watching. the ten- KING & !QUEEN
Nick Copare, Chief Umpire fig matches, and I'm one of them," ..commented Tomdale. [ FI r ONLY
for this dictrict is conducting the Then who I is the other, we asked STAKES ALSSATURDAY'UGHTI i $$269.90
the week clinic. "The other person( fa the coach of the opposing team." I !

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Charge For Delivery or Normal Installation!

Lux-jrlou Clubhouse MATINEES 2 P. M. .
V.l.t Parking who Frl. and Sat. .
Glass Enclosed Hutod GrandstandsIIWT.IT9Z .

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RECEIVE AWARDS Herman E. Watt- Wafweod\ ;'jr., 12 years and Samuel E. I f! I -

Post Office, presents safe driving awardsto Freeman. 4 years; It should also be noted SERVICE STORES '
local postal employees. Each received that Wattwood Jr has had no accidents 'l _

a pin and certificate as an award. Theyare since the first rural route was establishedhere 315 S. Hopkins Phone 267-3013 TitusviUeCounty
from left Bert E. Hediick. 4 years; in January of 1952. (S-A Photo). Midway Between Sanford A Orlando
Wallace D. Freeman 5 years; Herman E. -



S TltuivllU/ (Florid.) Stlr.Advlce'- Wednesdiy, February I*, 1744 Film Series TonightAt
--- --- -- ---------- - -- ---- Master Mason
THS Auditorium
Anchor Club
Barbara Helped With CasesA Tht Nearest Sta. and Degree To Be
Magnetic Force" are the two

Oratorical pictui" frCl\ 'In, i 111..1 I words: films bung shown tonlsM;;! at Tltu .

\Wins of putting trophic in the new vile High School m the Plan Conferred Sal.

trophy casts al iitusvilli 1llh:i : \ ktI \ ft Earth" ,eriesCosponsored

THS in a recent Issue of I the Star.Adocate bv the Lockheed
Contest At \' >, failed to booboo .i I land MSC Mjndgemeni Associationand Master :Mason Degree ceremonies -
club i involved in the pl'uJe1'h\ r ) the I will be held Saturday at
the THS
science dub it
TilusviKe; High
Barbara Banks ,4 the Masonic Temple following a
rube the Anchor Club should
School Junior, daughter of Mr. color motion picture films des Spaghetti supper also to be held
have been added u> the ut 1 ih '
and Mrs Carl Banks, won the Mibe I in lay terms man Knowledge at the lodge, according to Worshipful .
oratorical contest Monday night Key und Ltltelll1l'n's: Clubs as ; of his earth and space environment Master\ James II Stewart
groups: working to raise funds foi .i .
sponsored by the American! Stewart emphasized the spa.ghEttl
Legion She was presented a gold project Public response to the Wednesday upper Is open to the public -

medal and a $25.00 savings bond ni;;ht sho'*,nfc:.' has been and all masons and their''

by the local Legion Post very gratifying, laid Frank Mail families are encouraged to attend .
L. S. Wilson
John Wise, 1I1S senior! was kn, science teacher.sponsor, The price of the dinner

presented! a bronze medal as who urge anyone interested in will be a voluntary contributionto

runner-up, science to attend one ot till of the Masonic Home in St.
The contest was the first sponsored Dies Suddenly the series showings beginningat Petersburg.The .

by the Titusville American S11' 800 p.m. each Wednesday dinner will begin at 4:30:

Lesion: but the 27th annual upon. Leoniclos! Sees Wilson 80. of GOO night through March 4. p.m. and:: serving will cease
cored by the Legion nationwide. Tropic St., died suddenly! at his about 7:00: p.m.

...,-.. ,.. home Tuesday! February 18. Rotarians To View The Master Mason:: Degree
Wilson, burn in LaGrange; June ceremonies second section, will

27, 188J, was a lite.long:./ residentof Stock Racing FilmThe commence at 7:30.:

Titusville area lie was an vr i V ( Those to whom the degreeswill
at Ncvlns 4 f fastest stock in the
engineer Packing Co. cars be conferred are: EmersonM

for many years. world, racing in the Daytona 500, Wilson, Ralph Brewer, Leonard

I Survivors irclude his wife will zoom through the banquet k. E. Mamhy, Ollie D. Davis,

Mrs. Ruby Wilson, Titusville,, room of Whispering Hills! Country CLEAN BREAK A '65 Olds, driven by Louis Joseph Norman F. Holder. Jackie L.

three sons, Vivian of Lakeland, Club tomorrow at noon during Spurling of Melbourne, clipped this light pole clean early Hilderbranl Lawrence J. Kil

Sees of Zcphjrhills and Ben of Rotary Club luncheon-meeting. this morning, The accident occured in front of the Smith burn, and Joseph S. Baker.
A film the
Miami; four dauhttrs.Irs.!; of largest racing motel at 3:50. The driver and his passenger, Richard Sale,
event In the South! has been secured IRC Little League
Phyllis Webb, Titusville !Mrs also of Melbourne, were taken to Jess Parrish Hospital by
by Dick McCottcr
Mildred Mactarland, Mrs. Dorothy tally for the meeting. cspcc Smith Ambulance, They suffered bruises and cuts. The Auxiliary To MeetThe

Bdzemore anl Mrs Stella car sustained damages amounting to $700, Damage to
Thornton, of Miami; two sisters, JAYCEES HELP -. Several members of the Titusville No Business to the pole was estimated at $300 by Florida Power Worn an's Auxiliary of the

Mrs Ethel Battle and :Mrs Helen Chamber of Commerce recently took a collection from and Light. The accident was investigated by Officer A Indian River City Little League

Connell, Titusville! ; and several motorists for the March of Dimes Shown above is Donald Charters In AreaReal L. Curry of Titusville Police Department who said the will meet on Thursday February
grandchildren Jones as he takes a contribution from a Cape driver 20th) at 8.00 p.m. for their regular -
estate business!I continuesto apparently went to sleep, (S-A Photo).
monthly meeting at the
employee returning home from work. $93.07 was
Funeral services will be con. be the most growing bus brine of Mrs Shirley Ricker, 295
the total collected,--(S-A Photo). Postal Holiday
ducted at Smith's Chapel, Sun Iness in Rrcvarl I as indicated by Adams Mason Byron Avenue Indian River City

day, Feb 23, 2:30: p.m. with Rev -..,..- the list of firms receiving corp. February 22As area.
Ed Norman of I First t Mcthocli I oration charters from Secretaryof
Barbara Banks Church, officiating Intermentwill Rainfall Heavy \. State Tom Adams last week. directed by the Post Office Qualify TuesdaySecretary Son is Born

this be in Oak Lawn cemetery Of the 18 firms receiving Department, Washington's Birth. Mr. and Mrs Frank Warrenof
fir year's contest
The subject with Smith funeral (Hume/ in charters, five were for those day, Feb 22, will be observer as
Is The Ideals. of Our Con In Monlh of State Tom Adams Orinord Beach are announcing
charge. Early dealing!: in real and personal a legal holiday at all postal In
w. the arrival of their fourth
e Itutlun" with "Income Tax Into yesterday announced] that he had \
stallations.No .
two in insurance
Casket bearers will be Foy Mr property two
for f > child, a fourth son, named Terry
) United States' the topic filed his papers as a candidatefor
Duren, 1 larky !Matthews, Norris rtainfall during the first weekof in general construction and ono winnow service will be pro
I shorter discourse election Graham Warren Mrs. Warren
Carlile, liently Kessler, AI Evans, {February totaled 200 111t'hd i each in bowling, air services, vidcd; no city or rural deliverieswill .
is the Ann
former Miss
Sheldon Silva, Americanism H. Mouclulte! but none fell during the sectnd restaurant, plumbing, transport be made except special de Adams is completing his first
Chairman fur Post No.1, assist week, according to the report ot ation, furniture and masonry livery mail in city delivery area, term as Secretary of State after Davis, daughter of Mr .and Mrs.

cd hy Earl Sebring, co-chairman, r a Frank Roof, local weather observer block which will be delivered promptly serving as a State Senator. C. B.Titusvills Davis of Orlando, formerlyof

irranted the local contest HOSPITALContinued sr t None of the firms charteredgave Holiday schedules for collection Announcing at the same time

Barbara, a member of the a North Drevard address. dispatch and receipt of was Edwin L. "Ed" Mason, 47
Lettcrmans Club (swimming), ( from Page 1)) During the first two weeks of Five are in Cocoa three each In mail will be observed locally, year-old Democrat; who is a can HOME FROM HOSPITAL
Anchor Club, FTA and Latin the month, temperatures ranged Eau Gallic and Melbourne, two announced Postmaster Herman didate for re-election to the Mrs J, R. Coffman returnedto

Club at THIS will compete in a cate following the bid, that he 4 between a high of 78 degrees, each in Cocoa Beach and Sat E Wattwood. Florida Public Utilities Com mission home in Dekspine follow.

county-wide! contest with winners member R. A. Cutter and archItect and a Iw l! of 35 degrees. ellite Beach and one in Merrill Mail\ will be distributed to Post which he now serves as ing confinement in Jess Parrisi!

from other school in the county. Herb Hirshberg were leavIng Date' High Low Rim Island Office boxes as usual. chairman. Memorial .Hospital for treatment.
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The county winner will competein this afternoon for Atlanta, 3 00! S3 0.12 ----- -
Ga., to confer with IlllF\ and
the Twelfth District area
winners will Public Health officials to wind 4 63 57 0.41 Shop Bclk-Lindsey in Titusville Shopping Center 10 AM to 9 PM Dial AM 7.1511SPEC1ALS1
and department go 5 76 SJ 045
to the national: [finals in Tampa up details for additional financing S 74 GO' 045

National winners will receive of hospital expansion Edward M. Stevenson 7 73 53 000.,

scholarships ranging from $5M()") Ill said the board has receivedsome 8 73 46 0.63

to $4ooo good news relative to aid Comdr. StevensonTo 0 59 40 000

John N, Forbes, Englhh\ teacher hum lno>>u I.clcrul: : agent I...., 10 CO 40 000 ? !
at Tito, couched( the.students "Wo have previously been! approved II 70 38 0.5x'1<) d
partuijatin!: In the loctil contest. for $j..U,OUi() in Hill.Our. Discuss Cuba 12 62 35 0.00 eFURNITURE

ton Public Ilcultli matching 13 71 49 000

funds, but because of a fuitlier t 13 78 53 0.00
Port leek Bids application fur diagnostic und Af! Dinner Meet 16 72 56 0.00

tieatincn. facilities, they have DEPARTMENTBOUDOIR
increased the funds t to $1.1 1 mil Pr lJyl.ran: Men will meet

To Be Opened! blur. un increase of $200,030: tlrnorlow night fur dinner and a GRADYContinued

"In addition we have 'been
which will feature
E r sill\ b ft:! "n, i 1 Thursdayn assured 1 pogrom ( From Page 1)) LAMPS
virtually of $930000 mill
Cnrir Edward M Stevenson
| Jack !HMl!!<' .or> construction : LOUNGE CHAIR
of a 9J/, by 600.foit waterway lock It A funds, making the toUilnovV USN (ret) Cmdr. Stevenson but help hinder our progiess" \

.the largest in Florida available for construction will discuss the problems of Your Choice $$3
$3.8 million, composed of $1.8 Cuba. Councilman. Grady, in addition ea. Reg. 49,95 Beige Cover
The luck will link the Intru Foam Cushion $$34
rnillion in local bund issue funds to being active in l local government Lounge
coastal: Waterway with I Port Canaveral Cmdr. Stevenson spent four Regular 5995
(what wa fold today), plus the Is also active in dole atfalis _
and give the vital water '$1 LI 1 million In I Ihll-Burton Fund! years In Cuba just prier to the tNAIR
transportation connecting: link and the J00030 from 11HFA fall of Batista and U will versed He served as county Maple or Walnut floor Sample CloseoutBOOKCASES

between the Indian River and the "It all means that we will be on the problems which exist In chairman of the March of Dimesin _*

sea able, to earrv out more of the expunsion Cuba now under the dictatorship 1903. presently is business 34e9S

Estimated to cost $3 million, program than we of Fidel Castro, chairman for the Cancer Societymember ,

the lock will have stone and thought would be possible at The retired naval officer Is awe'll of the Heart Council, of 36 in with Sliding glass / Group of

boulder bottom and sides except first," Wortham concluded. known commercial artist filer in the Cocoa Hlwanis Club, Front Top with extratihelvcsReg.38.83 $$28 /) 1#

for a concrete area around the The expansion program cull snot has been featured in many paM moderator of the Forum of TABLE LAMPS

{atcs The power-operated steel foi a multi ably "core" facilityin magazines and newspapers the Air, charter member of the
into the lock will be throughout; the country. lie Is
front of the( present liuspuul YMCA, an Elk, member of Brcvaid -
the largest ever Installed In building, with an ultimate capacity currently engaged in conducting t Training Center, memberof FIVE.PIECE "Made by Royal
Florida trt cUiMi through,;: tile lltusvllic the National Df tense Trans er '. -
of 400 beds
Successful bidder will be require All boar I members Chair Art League, pol t..tinn. Association at Patrick WALNUT DINETTE o at half ;Ic-; IIOK$10$

) to begin work within 20 man Mrs Bryan, Vice.Chairman Steven'on Is a conservative In AFB, member of the Cape Can Beautiful Regular ,

djys and must complete It by Woithum, Secretary Mm, Leah his (political thinking; and N: a\einl Council past chairman With N.v-A.Mar Top Reg. $17995 S Piece *
July 1, 13 Conley, Cutter, IKnry Goethe quick to give voice to his con.8t'rvatlve I.f. the devoid: County GOP extcutive .

and Lyle Dufl, were presentat views finance committee and DINETTE SET
Duly will bo Feb 27
opened on .
the opcnin0 today and paiticipati The dinner for the Presbyterian in\ oc i\e member of the Greater Sale 119.95 *
(Jhe $1 million Port Canaveral
'd. Alms Club will begin at 7 p m. Cocoa{ Chamber of Commerce. i SWIVEL ROCKERSWalnut
l perimeter> dike and I barge channel ZggS
and will be prepared and served,
enlargement: which' Is part of the Orally, born and schooled In !
Lenten ServicesAt the of the Chureh
by women .
Arms Assorted
This -
program con Chin, a Delta Nu Aplphian
(tract calls for dredging about 2V4' St. Gabriel'sIn Mrs, II II. McAsnan will be In o\ins the Cape Caimiril Mov : Colors Cushioned
million yards of material from charge' : program: featuring lute/ and Storage company in Eau : with t foamSpecial $$36
Cmfr, Stevenson will begin at
Banana River t to relocate the !keeping with the holy sea Gallic end Rockkdge Ik is .
of Lent, St. GtbiiUi 8:30: and the public is: invited to
Jike protecting Port Canaveralpn son Episcopal attend. trained and WI.jhis! \ wife, i 68" WALNUT
the west\ It will tie In with the church is conducting week i l lRummago Marge an dthrec t"hll.lrl'n I lIves at REGULAR $129.95
navigation lock and also ly Lenten at
on a progami starting
:7 Itniclic Drive! in KockJi-dfii:
pew road! construction irojcct 6 p.m caJi Wednesday: Father Sale FridayThe -- .1 \
since the road between Cape Ecrguin, the Hector of St. Famous Mile
Kennedy and Cocoa Beach will Gabriele l invites everyone to VS.C,S. of the IRC Metliodibt I "READY FOROCCUPANCY" R 109.95 14" x 38" PICTURES

run on top of the dike as it docs obey Lents call to "come apait Church will hold a Rum SALE 7888 ; g. #

on the present one.BIRTHCAY unIt test awhile" by attending at mage the Sale Chamber Friday of, February Commerce 21 DINETTEWalnut SET Assorted Prints your \O
the weekly covered dish
Choice for T J
In Titusville betweenthe Old Dixie
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PARTY After: each weekly meal, a portiurt
hours of 9:00 cnj 4:30 Westwood Villas --- S9e9S
: a m :
of a film: on the "Life of -7
Stevie Johnson, youngest childof p. 3 Bedroom Houses,
Mr. and Mrx,, Raymond Johnson Christ will be shown mAn 1 & 2 Baths Full Tile Odd full size Box Springsand
Sponsorship of the covereddish )<)nc (having rummage to be
was at a party at Central Heat
their borne at 300 Key Largo, suppers will be by the wo- picked up are asked to call Mrs i Famous Name R.g. 39.95
Indian River City area, last mens chapters of the church, Cromwell at AM 7-2209 or Mrs. FHA or Twin Innerspring Mattresses

Sunday the occasion being his this week by the St. Drigit chap Boone at AM 7-4273 or) bring) it to Conventional Financing Boxsprlngs. reg. 49,95 Matt. r.g. 39.95

fist birthday celebrating; with ter who h(1lrman is Mrs. the Chamber on Friday between Phone 267-5437 or 267-1477 SWIVEL CHAIR

him were his young friends, Frank Kessun Children art web the hours of 8.10 a.in. --1 Sale 24.95
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Crystal Johnson At! I TAYLOR UPHOLSTERY DOUBLE 19.88

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( Bob Hudson AroundBy ) $tar Advocate: WHIT AIER{ ELECTRIC'S.

See where Fidel Castro, the home from work one night, he The Vole of 25.000 North Brtvard County Residents

fumbling, bumbling, bearded informed her, "I finally discovered Section 8 ----- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY IV, 1964 Page 1 1.\
dictator of Cuba is now tryingto
lye been
why feeling so -- -
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be a baseball manager Per
miserable. We got! some ultra.
haps he should give Casey Stengel
lessons that modern office furniture two iH
some Appears
he dropped in on a baseball weeks ago and I just learned Engineer ConstructionChief I

game the other night and didnt today that. I've been sitting in
like the errors he saw the playci the wastebasket."
commit. So he has put out

,11, edict tighten up and don't We often receive poetry by

mi :,e those errors. local and out of town residents.
If that's all it takes, perhaps and have never thought much To Speak Friday iE

every baseball: manager in the about printing them. Perhapswe
U. S should don a beard and put could find out just how many

out "the word" poets there are in these parts Donald: E Eppcrt ChiC! ot man awards. including the a member, of the Corps in rceiiBnitii ei ,m", I a,(I II' I IJUim,
At rate we'll just try one ,,
any Construction( Division for the Wheeler Medal presented in 'n of outstanding: contnbu- 'I ojl'I'o
Herb Mo her, the traveling here contributed by Delbert 580-man Canaveral District of 1959 l>' the Society of American lions to military engineering In: ,dll'"& inuts' "art, ) ht

outuoorsindn, who moves from Cummings of Indian River City. the U, S, Army Corps of Engineers :Militaiv Engineers The award ,\ Inrtsv turnout is expected! to eeriest ..it /n 00 .1,in preceding
iluiidj to Iowa to Canada several He says it's written by a woman will be the main speakerat i is the highest given annually to hear this expert on construction (he Ptl'ltllI'"Irs :
times a year, is back in this in Ashland, Oregon The title the February Kaffc KlaUert
for while his daughter it: "I Ain't Dead Yet!"
area a -
of the Greater T.tusville: Chun AUTOMATIC WASHERs
is teaching school in Cocoa. My hair is white and I'm almost br of Commerce, Friday F-n" to ,
Anyway Herb is the author of .
blind ruary 21st.Eppcrt
n column "Outdoor Florida," The days of my youth are far a veteran nl spac IKI:
which has appeared in a number
behind. construction( since the first wore i e 1t
of newspapers. My neck's so stiff, can't turn at Cape Canaveral in 1950 will a
We asked him the other day SSS
my talk nn 'Construction for th about the fact that we hadn't
the 8:00 4m
at :
Spare a
Can hear half that's being said.
seen, one of hU: "Outdoor Fiends"culumns Root,
meeting in the Conmumtv:
in some time. My legs are wobbly, can hardly
Bank laid Pat "
of t the Citizens
'l I ain't writing It any more," Blumer, Chamber piesidew
laid the (ravel-voiced Herb But glory: be, I can surely talk. for ;,
It was 1 /r-
there ain't no more outdoors And this is the message I want Cppert to assume when: named ,_

in Honda to enjoy Why you you to get I I. I96J: when ; I
to the post< on May _
I'm still a kickin' and I ain'tdead y s
can t even find a place to change the new Canaveral District was it
tide without jettin' run over." yet. -
officially created to handle :on
Although we might not think structnm; of nation muonpnrt MOOEt A L0
My joints are stiff, won't move
cf Growth; as a problem, it is to as well as launch facilities at f. ,
(in their sockets, r
tie: rabid old outdool' ma likaHeib \\h-t; Is njv Cape Kenned 1 9'0With
And nary a dime is left in my
He was a great lover of As the District Engineer representative
North Merritt Island and came pockets. in this grow m" Trait.
So may e you think I am a chairman of the local( Jaycccs awards
here for years to hunt and fish space are i, Epput' was response HONORED Shown congratulating DrJ
]lie I became big buddies of the total wreck, ble for supervising and inspect Bruce Wilson after being named one of committee Looking 01at,, left Is Dr C
Bcnccke and Futch families And To tell the truth, 1 look like the five Most Outstanding Men in the Raymond Van Duscn dean of instructionat FAMOUS WORKHORSE/
he misses all of that can't heck State by the Florida Junior Chamber of Bic\atti Junior College

Llame him, can we. But still I have loads of fun, Commerce is Clarence Johnson, right, AtAVTAGIIY
And my heart with joy is over I BIO '
Our sports editor, Ronnie run SIZI

Hughes, did a brief stint "for I've lots of friends, so kind and WRINGER WASHERIWAYTAG .
HJ country" Monday. Off on a sweet 40,287 Enroll men I i

bus from Cocoa at 6:30: a.m., he And many more I'll never meet
went to Jacksonville for a selective Oh! This is a wonderful worldof

service physical exam at ours, s Enrollment: in the Brevard Co Junior High 1.3S1. Tituss ill. Normandy: School 11 I
the Naval Air Station Then Shade and sunshine and beautiful ? unty public schools totaled 40- High/ 1,043, Cuyler Elementary Cocoa 1 Ugh U the county's

Lack to Cocoa about 10 pm flowers. 287 according to the report for :J13/ Andrew G Gibson 693 and iargcq'etsoel with 2,300: tudl'nts'l

"It was a long day," he said. So just take it from 'em you the month( ending Feb. 6.
"and I appaicntly am disgustingly bet, The report also shows that
: healthy." P. S He passed I'm glad I'm living and ain't 18071 pupils are transporter! Jacob Oeslerreicher 30-Year

tie physical with flying colors dead yet. with school buses.

Ron had a couple of years of Figures show 14,130 student aoiat se
ROTC at Northeastern Oklahoma I've corns on my feet and ingrown in South Brevard schools>>, 14,- Mims Resident Dies At Home

JC and so he has a little idea nails, 160( in Central Brevard 6,839 in 117'

of what the old song "Your In And do they hurt "Here langu Noith Bievard and 9,153 in the .Jacob-P (Jake) Oeitcriclchtr, | Maudo Swan wick of

The Army, Now"_means: age fails," Beach area schools fit(), II resident of Suit Lake Road, Seotismnor, and Mrs Ed war do 1

To tell you my troubles would North Brevard enrollments Mi"ITU, died tit his home Monday Sticker\ of Fngcliifio. Texas; one
An elderly woman was driv take too long, Donald E. Eppert were: Bay view Elementary 425, evening after a long illness undo, 19 grandchildifn and six

ing along in her Volkswagen If I tried, you sure would\ give ing ell construction performedby \ Coquina Elementary 694, Miim He was born in St. Augustine great t crcndchildc'rn
when the motor sputtered. She me the gong. the Corps of Engineers: for Elementary 708, Riverview Oct 23, 1883 and moved to Mims ,
pulled to a halt on the side of I go to church and School too the Air force, Army, Navy and Elementary 801, Whispering from his birthplace 30 years Rosary services will be held at8pm I

the road got out and looked un For I love the story that is ever NASA at Patrick: and the Cape. Hills Elementary 866, Parkway ago. He was a citrus grower tonight at Smith" Chapel. I DRYER
der the hood. new Under Eppert's supervision, and for years. until recently operated Funiriil mass will be held at 9

Several minutes later another more than $250 million worth of Florida Palms, a company a m tomorrow\ at St Tcreia's
woman stopped her Volkswagenand And when I reach the end of construction took place at Patrick Four Cars And engaged In shipping paint Itomiin() Catholic Church with

offered help. my row, and Cape* Canaveral and atone fiends north for Palm Sunday Fr. John B. O Hare officiating. eeatlaT
The perplexed owner peekedout To my heavenly home I hope I << time he supervised simultaneously Suivivori are his wife, Ruth I
from under the hood and said, will go. 48 contracts totaling more 'Cycle Damaged of Mims; two ions, D D. Active pallbearers will be ,tMwW H ilaa lt--
John C Flake Ed Kittles, Leo! T
"It seems I don't have a motor." million. Ocstcrrcicticr of Mims und J. I). I
And when I leave house of than $69
my Sulhvun, 1' W. Robert
"Oh, said the second woman, Ocslerreichtr of Palm Valley;
clay Born In Cincinnati Eppert refers Four cars and a motorcycle ,
"I've got extra in Monroe Wheeler snit Call Can ,._. I
an the
one himself native of one daughter Mrs. Tate ; :
If to as a ion accident
you listen closely I'm apt to were damaged in an trill Honorary pallbearers will
trunk you can have. He has resided in Florida of Athens, Ga., two etep sons,
say: Saturday at 6:45: p,m. on Wa!'hiigton be L, C. CrctUm, W, J Folsom,
his first and Ralph M. Kisginbothain: und
since birthday
The junior executive had been "Well, folks, I've left you, butdon't attended grammar and high (( Avenue Damage wilt William Higginbotham of Mims; H T Williams, Owen Mart,
cnrnplaminj of aches and pains forget school in Jacksonville estimated! at nearly $1400 but one stepdaughter, Mrs RuthSchneider Judge Vdtsar B Carlton and I

to his( wife Neither one could I've most passed on, but I ain'tdead During World\ War I II! he ser then were no injuries. of Jacksonville lloaeli; Judge M. B Smith.
Intern cnt will!! be in the family
account for his trouble. Arriving Policeman Joseph II. A. Oe-attrrcich- :
yet. ved five years as an cllccr; in Auxiliary two .
riot in LaGrange Cemetery under
(he Corps ot Engineers In the liufo investigated the accident er and C. F Oc-i terra icher of
direction of Smith Funeral\
Dr. Irving Stock Teacher-Wriler United States and Europe, leav- and gave the following report: J cklon\'lIltt Beach; three sinters, Home
big the Arm es a lieutenant Billy Price of 4Va. Palm, Ave, Mm Ella Dobbs of St. Augustine
colonel and returning to his civic was leaving a parking space --- -

To Inslrucl 15-Week Course lian job wiui the Corps as an en- v/hrn he backed into a motor other two were a 1959 Old! own Relatives Visiting

gineer. cycle owned by Walter James ed by William S, Lee Jr., of At Wm, Vasil Home 1

Dr. Irvin Stock, head of the UA from New York University, Eppert' work has earned him Giliam of 226 Main Street After 811 Tropic St and a 1958 Old "!o'
English department of Rollins MA and PhD from Columbia hitting the cycle he then owned by Bobby A. Johnson of Mr and Mrs M Dimon of

College, Winter Park will con pulled forward hitting a 1957 Indiana Springfield, Mats., arrived Ustwick
University Among his academic 1
duct the 15-week course in Contemporary honors writing plays three-act play Quick that was properly parked, The four vehicles that Price to spend the Winter season
are the Fulbright Fellowship I
English and American "The Dyers" was produced at and sot off a chain reaction that struck were all properly! pjrked with Mr>. Dames' brother, Wm
to France in 1950 and Ford
novel beginning Friday, Feb- fie: Annie Russell Theatre of damaged two other vehicles. The Rufo said. Voml of Indian River City )MiDusios "
Fellowship in 1951.: I
urary 28, at Titusville High Rollins and again in a revised Buick was owned by Harold T. Price was charged with D,W I. is retired and expects to I
School, Publications by Dr. Stock Include version in New Jersey last Perry of South Carolina and this and reckless driving. catch! of lot of fish.The I
month. Two of his one-act
plays DE 105.
short stories, critical essays -
The two hour sessions will be in New Jerseyin
begin- produced
and !a book, William Halo \
ning at 7:45: p.m., are being the Spring. Eticluilvt "Halo 0'' Hut" -
White (Mark Rutherford): A
sponsored by the Aesthetic Cul AnMinc desiring further information ActionBig
tural Committee of Greater Critical Study, with a prefaceby <.*concerning; the Instructoror Lint Filter $

FRIDE, Inc. Lionel Trilling.At any phase of the course may I 1- I Fast Low.Tamperatur. 187

Dr. Stock's degrees include a present he is engaged in call 26720JO Drying
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the crowning of the new King and Queen to right) Jay Jacobus, ; 1F
of Teen Town. Background (left to right) Lauletta, page girl; Vicki EXPERT PNARMACISJS' ScNt 1963 King Joe Mance, 1964 King Billy girl (Photo By B.)
Bogan, 1964 Quefert Debbie Pond and 1963 mrr mmmm 1.49

Indian River City South Titusville Happenings IIHI Assorted Sizes in TinlltEIH
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Teen-Town Takes ENDEN or Flesh plain.color Ventilated medicated- ft M 5 g
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Indian River City Teen-Town ''Ai>'''' 4. dandruff treat.
held its Annual Sweetheart CONVEN/ENt HOURS ment formulas-I I 119
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Dante Saturday right with the BLADES. YOUR CHOICE........ 41 Pct.ATfNtON .
crowning of its King and Queen I
for 1984 The boys and girls .".'; "
danced to the music: of the .'
"Avant band, In a beautifully decorated fj *U. :
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hell The decorations were ( (so 'Wigs mushroom icuce,French fries,
and white streamers with red many
PAYS weys ., crisp cole slaw, rolls, butter- 69C
heard and from "Our
cupids hanging Specialty
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was the background for the coronation Thurt., Fri., Saf, 11 a.m. till closing. Pleasing Youl" FEEDING KIT c
scats of the King and
Queen on a raised platform. .8 bottles, 8,caps
Alt of the decorating was done 8 nipples
by Judy Ashley, David Dickson, TO CUTTER'S S i I I I I .8. discs, funnel
Billy Bogan, Joe Mance and Tongs
"to Help Concentrated! 4 spoons J,
Billy Walker with the assistanceof .
Mrs R V,Ashley. Refreshments Folks Feel r Equal I to Pitcher, booklet
SWEETA cleanser
served cookies'' nd I ,,
iwere | Fit After 380 Cubes
punch Ponds.At shade' by Mrs. Betty i! Own forty." .S van. of Sugarl! 319

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and Queen for 1963, Joe'Manceand YOUNG PEOPLE Qieeii and King of Squibb SWEETA
Delores Leslie took their
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placer ory the thrones A procession ing the Sweetheart Batoquet Saturday aiY 2o In purse.s ze squeeze- 69C
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Sharon Clay and Darwin Bailey.-(Photo ) and a-
back of the stage in the tivic J
center All seven pairs of candidates King[ and Queen of 1964. fcunners had wan: the I
came from the back room -up were bam: Wortham. and be crowned Pants
and lined up on either side of Lee Ann O'Mara. Then Silly for 1964. Mineral Oil 1 Baby
the throne. A hush fell when Walker, publicity chalrmai of Debbie + Puli ons of
the announcement was made of the Teen-Agers announced that as she v I plastic, jn'Worlhmeri
the runners,up for the honor of Debbie Ponds and Billy Bogan See I.R.C. X W Antd.sin.,... jj

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Pink Salmon ... .. ..',' 59 Baked Potatoes .............. "; 39c
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White Bread ... 2 f.mil die., I" 41 1c ::: ; froien Scallops ............?. lJ:!:: 19c .

Rokorfo Bi,-R Cut # Improil" ,BronJ Toi's' DaniihLobster ......... ',...... ..
Green Beans .. 2 con)0), 25'cfoictt ; $$1 19 Cop land'.'Whol 1,>or HaliSmoked!
Slriflo '. Quick Froion .
I Breaded Oysters. ............... ;iJJ:: 89c' Ham. Ib. 59tib
1 e produce lame o srr.w S"'I't' PremiumTUty' Fresh

; HARD GREEN + Chunk" Bologna '.. 3 : ,. $1.

t t 4 rr* mium Smolclei or

i Ceibbage :5c': p offish' Sausage. .:; ]PJtf 59t

Sun-Kist Brond Juicy Old Fashion I Flavor

Lemons . . . . . . . dOl. 39 e # _,. CopelundFranks.'. p.r lb. 49

D'Anjou JuicyDPears _, Tornow's Whole Hog

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WtdMtdiy, February If, 1H4I.
,.,. 4-B TlhuvllU (Florida) Stsr-AdvocsU



bouquet of roses from the Flower
Clil I, Vickie Merriam. Tho two
pages who carried the 1964
Crowns on satin pillows were
Chriskl Lauletta, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Nicholas LaulctU,
an4 Jay Jacobus, son of Mr. and i M 1 '
tyri Reeve Jitobus The pages
parried the new crowns to the
rained>> platform, and the (former D
King of 1963 crowned the new SAVE 1,00 STOREW
King of 19b4, while the former :
Queen crowned the new Queen PET SHOP SPECIAL. No IFS -

'As this event is one of the YOUNG, HEALTHY PARAKEETS( NO ANDS
main moneymaking functions of
the, year, the money collected by s BUTS
the seven pairs of candidates, $1.88 t HUGE EXTRA SAVINGS..PRICES CUT
was' totaled and found to have REGULARLY 2.99 Guirant.d
Swelled the Treasury of Teen- .r '
town by $506.53. This amount So low priced, buy a pallet! Ideal pet Your Monoy \ EVEN ON MANY'GRANTS-OWN BRANDS
for bhut-ma.
Vil j ) go into the building fund family, Lnjoy teaching BlCkl
for Teen-Town's Youth CenterChupeiPiics bird to talk, whistle, and perform!

: fur the evening!: included .
Mr. and Mrs Ed. Merriam -
Mr. and Mrs K V. Ash Grants-own brand GRANT MAID'
BE UP TO 1.00
Icy, Mr. and Mrs Joe Pond, WOULD YARDa,. !
Mr) and Mrs. Dub Compumtu, Mr.

and and Mrs Mrs. Bob Carl Tindall.Malice and A t l/e-Mr.- FIRST QUAliTY MUSLIN SHEETS/ A IF OH FULL BOLTS..EXCITING

able nurnLcr of patents wue on
hand to nee the coioiiatioa and j. 1.'I NEW COTTON REMNANTS
fctlU v It II'S.

Mrs ,Anna Harlzog, who took ''I '
care of the candidates' colll'Ct.fcu' : : Sturdy 130-count cotton muslin,
( and! funds during the piei .. ...... y ..- I LIench d to snowy whiteness it I

\'Iou week, was unable to attend ...... .... Made for Grants by top mills, 5 I 3 6 c
due'to her. leg being in a east, -- ........ Lab.tested for wear,wabhabilityI I a e
l und Tren Town thanks her sincerely w 1 fr < .' s
'for performing the d.ffi- sheets: are Sanforized., ,I T
elasticized at both ends \.,
clUt tifck of counting pennies
and delrrn in ing the winning
pair. Teen-Town will '!have lUrvgular
dance next Saturday, -- t I' r
------ ------- Grants-own brand t r +
i .., YOUR CHOICE: 72x108" or
D.ght, bit will have no dance on .r CHAMBRATSrOXFORDSMADRASPRINTS, -

the February 29 because of the ---,,,,, ? ?_ ELASTICIZED TWIN FITTED GRANT CREST' stripes, checks' novelties. All fine combed ?1
Talent I show._ t 4OZ. KNITTING cottons. 42 to 45"widths.

Sweetheart Banquet : I WORSTED TAFFETIZED COTTONS In glowing solids,- %'
,On Saturday night, at 7:30 t. Sale I 1 1.54 stripes, prints. Look and feel like silk. Ever

tilt.p n1h1.: Intermediate! Young people's Departments and o,. Sale I 77 SKEIN glazepcl'DW1cnt finish. 36 to 45widt.hs.. '

\\tl} l<\ their Sweetheart Banquet i REGULARLY 1.00 )I
{at :Central Baptist Church The f REGULARLY 1.79 DECORATING FABRICS with drip-dry finish.
hiinquet was held in two separate Osnaburg,sailcloth and many others.Charm' i
!' rooms near the kitchen, of *,, 61x101' erpoubl.Fiusd 4-p1y,100".virgfnwool I 1 Jig prints, solids. 36 to 45"widths.
(lie church, the Young 1'tople's) Rooularly 1.99-Salo 1.14 Easy-to-uso pull skein
department in one room and the ,, r: 61x99"-Roqutarly 1.lSal.; 1.64 Big economy 4-oz. size
J-nterrncdutes in the othc ;/ 42x36"Muslin Pillow Cases Wide range of colors
The rooms were decorated withMaids Rig. 49oas-Sala2for Sic Refund on unused
and heart Everything skeins
was beautiful: in red and white
dee,...tlons. Mrs. Sonya Bed-
t\lr\&tleU\\ lOll Mrs Joyce Grit
t.Iris prepared: the ,meal for the i
ctrailoni. -. 1.
$Jn the room where tha Intermediates -

banqueted, there were loch s.t Includ...
22' Intermediates present, and
> I tup'I M cri
a I
the .hunoiary guests: were Mr > I dinn.rplot.i r. \
add Mrs. H. II Wallace Ciown- 11 frwJM.vp-..l A ir
ed King and Queen of !the Inter I.br.od 1 .butltrl
,, > 1 vtfttohU' k.wl .f
mediate Department were Miss Y& k ; 11 platftr Otprli Crocker and Danny Mix- 'sugar b.wl with cev.r
(There were 23 people in the ...... ..... WANT TWO OR THREE I
nom for the Young People's De-
Bailment! BanquetMiss Shartiti -
,,Clay l and Darwin Bailey were
t tt; wntil'; Queen and King of y' : ,a WASH & WEAR' '
tlf)' ,Vpung People's UepaitnientSXtitiy .
.beorge of the Young Peo
pte'J.* group performed the cor.onidon DRESSES
ceremony for them
Following the Banquets, both I.
Department went to the Church "
Sanctuaiy fur singing and to Sale 3iooIDIN \
hear a message from the Rev
Joseph BO
the MimI First, who Baptist was a guest Church of Central of. wNE r = -; JOYCE LANE' DACRON' REGULARLY 3.99 / .

Baptist Church at the banquets 45-PIECE GOLDEN WHEAT'OR'PROVINCIAL1 BLOUSES /-J\f; M .-
and who was guest.speak f
er in his message to the Young DINNERWARE SETS.! '
ig a tiny
People and the Intermediates '
Ills message was On 'Love" Sale l7 EasycareblendofAvrd t
rayon-cot ton in many ,
and( was very tnspiilng Sale 6.44"'h
Both departments pulsed the colors, btylcs,new Spring
ladies who prepared and served:: REGULARLY 1.99 prints Misses' sizes 1220. I h
the banquets 1 : end those who REGULARLY 8.69 and 8.99 Women's 14'i to 24Vi.
helped with the decorations and Convertible collar,.2 styles in one! 65,? Dacron 1 al t
Two op 'n-stock patterns! Classic Golden Wheat hand wash,no ,
other preparations necessary for polyester,35S cotton. machine or q e
golden wheat motif and dot border. Coupe-
the success' of these functions, shape Early American green vseathcrvune, rooster. iron.Roll-up sleeves. Pastel white Sizes 30-4(), it '
among:; whom are included: Ron. a
rile Greenhalgh, Jim Stokes, -
George Dandwin Nancy Baker,
Marilyn Greenhalgh, Ida Baldwin OUR LOWEST PRICE EVER! SUPER-DELUXE t06
Nadine Mount, Carolyn I
Don Ton y, Rev Joseph Boat
wright: and Ucv D. V. McAllister RADIO FITS POCKET OR PURSE 1
and Sandy George /J ,

Coquina Show
The news Variety about the Coquina FASHION-COLOR Sale I 6.97SPECIAL THROUGHOUT
Clemena: ry School Variety Show FABRIC OXFORDS
held Ust Thursday evening' was r
PURCHASE L- / //. ti //r
lit rrrnr when it was publishedthat
the proceeds of tins Show
netted the turn of $9 The Sale 1.43 :True-tone speakerFerrit S $33 : ; / .
amount !that was netted was rod antenna _
$79, which will go towards! buy RtGUlARir 1.99 pull In distant eta-( .. ... ,. .. '. ..... 2 ..... _
REGULARLY 39.97'ChargeIt' ,,, .. '
/ =
ing science and scientific equipment tloni, reipondi to 7
far ttra'-School. Mrs. Burrgeas Choose in black, white weak signals .., ?=:t "" .
..1.25 weekly c / t'draa
that blue denim or plaid ma Operate on a smgla .
says an appreciable .
-type. Pointed-toe battery available 'L J .
quantity of equipment will be
fur this style, foam cushion insole everywhere With! : 4-seat lawn swine, 2 air's DITACKAlU'" .. _. w
purchased $79. .
assorted colon .
vulcanized white j swings sky ride. 2 gym rings, 2 PUTiOaM-71rD1 w. !
Foundation And Floor Poured rubber sole, heel. 4U-10.( chin bars, platform-slide, trap : -;:. ,
eze Legs have gay candy-stripes! .
Men! of the Titusville Church
of God last Saturday morning t
poured the foundations( and floor
for their new Church of Cod to 'CHARGE-IT' rr 520 PARK AVENUE I

be erected? off Magnolia Ave., be. f NO MONEY DOWN..30 DAYS P1BTLE PLAZA TITUSVILLE
tween Wavarez and Avilez.
S I.R.C. NEWS On Pig 5-B


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. Wednesday, February 11,116Star.. Advocate Pate $-1

GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN TENDER YOUNG ((6 to 14-Lb. Avg., Lb. 39c)

Indian River City News I
17 to
TURKEYS ': r.b. 35C

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fYi e LOINS I 4 Rib to Half 5-Lb 45 Whole 4 9c

fi+; Average LB. Loin LB.Half

n Flnt Center Qtr. Loin Sliced
e3'K cut t 3Qcut 2 t 3-Lb- Av9sQr
I PORK CHOPS . . . . LB. J'l LB. 79c Package LB.: *'*

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; Seafood j ROAST satre45CBon.le..69CSpecials :

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Cap'n John'i Quick Frozen French Fried
'Super Right' Heavy Western Bttt Heavy Western Full' Cut "Super-Rlght"' FrtihlyIb.

FISH I STICKS I Clod Boneless' Roast Shoulder . 19c chats Steak lb- 49c Ground Beef f . lb. 39c

"Super-Right' Heavy West Beef, "Super- or Herman Skinless'
NEWCOMERS Dr. O G. and Carolyn Ryals, who were "super Right' Heavy Western b,19 ; :
10Oz.Pkgs.. c :
married Estates Dec.Dr. 26.Ryals live Is at an 395 optometrist Key Madeira and Dr has in opened Imperial offices 3 98 Swiss Steak, . ,ir19 Rib' Roast . Franks . Ib. 49c

Right" Western, Mid. Cut Only Copeland's Pure Pork Fresh or Smoke
at 710 Orlando Road in the Indian River Plaza. "Super Rich!" Heavy Western Beef'
They moved here from Ft. Pierce. He attended Palm Fried Scallops' F o;n lb. 79c
Rib Roast lb. 69c Sausage lb. 59c
Beach JC and then spent three years at Southern Collegeof Quick Cubed Steak' lb. 89c . .1 . .
Optometry in Memphis, Tenn., graduating in June, Headless. Shrimp Frnen. 79c .
1963, O. G. met Carolyn in Ft. Pierce, when she was attending "Super Riaht" Beef "Super.Rlght. Heavy Western Beef "Super-Right" Smoked

therapy.the- (Photo University by B.)of Florida, majoring in physical Breaded Shrimp grflt 59c Short| Ribs . |lb. 39C Rib Steak..Ib. 89c Sliced Beef. {Pkg.:: 29c

about this volume 10 is the fact t
.. ,
(Continued From rage 4 Q) Ann I : t
that In it is a complete story of Page IDAHO BAKING I FRESH REGALO : .". ,.)
Avenues Quite a number at the Assassination of the late -: ... ... 1 .,, 1eg.
men participated The Rev. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy ;
Joseph N. Daniel, Pastor was and it contains numerous R orThIn POTATOES I SPINACH <,:'j [ ;
pictures of the highlights of this ... '
among the workers. The site\ > ) \
for this Church was only acquired historical event.H. I ( ) \
lately end the groundbreaking
D. WorkshopThe 10-LB. 10 OZ.PKG. .
ceremony was held a 59c j 19c ...
scant three weeks ago. Council of Home Demonstration BAG I I I' $>
Clubs held a workshop
From New Jersey on copper tooling and plaster
Mr. end Mrs. }Frank Fernan- molding Monday at the Agricultural 1 Lb.Pkgs. 37J
Center in Cocoa From In
dez, !son and daughter in law of 2 :
dian River City three members LB,
Mrs. Lucy Fernandez of Indian ONIONS
attended: Mrs Pat Canzano, 3 25c
River City arrived last week to Mrs. Sue Humphreys and Mrs. BAG
visit with his mother. Accomp
Doris Hoover On a date to be announced
them their two
anying were year a member of the Indian
old daughter, Adele Frank wake
River Home DemonstrationClub
for the National Federation of will hold a similar workshopon
Coffee Growers of Colombia, plaster molding in this
and he lives at River Edge, near I Mel'0-Bll American, Pimento or Swiss
Haikrrback, N. J. After rest LEGAL FADS Big Supply, :Mr A P PLESLb. 2 9c
ing a chy he.re.the whole family, each at Star. .Advocate Office. _
including Mrsfcmjr Fernandezall Head, Star Advocate ClassifiedsAll Sliced
piled Into Frank's car and
went South. They were gone .
three days and visited the Sunken Steal Built For Life SpecUII Ann Page Speclill Heinz :- e etsac
Gardena St Petersburg, the FILING CABINETS CHEESE :; ]
Mayonnaise at. 49c CheeseSoup 2 'Ih.D1 2Sc
Bash Garden In Tampa Week! Suspension Grad.25W' Jar Cane PLAID ?\
Wachl Springs and all that went ,
Instant Brand Jane Parker 2.uv. STAMPS R|!
deep White Beauty
with it including a boat ride
and mermaid, and on to Treasure ,.,'.0.,, 151cans. Shortening 3 Lb. 49c Stuffing 2 or. 39c I wllabbl, rimn n "'! unlm.t uf J !j jWECKO
Inland, and now af,cr many ....''Ie... 12Oz. Can Begs Ki
years: when he visited it again 4,_: 45C SPONGE MOPS ea. $2.43 |I'||
he could ... Pkg. Speclall While House Instant Non-Fat Jane Parker Toasted _
Frank hardly recognize r'"rnD.owS Bread Crumbs 10-01. 20c I J.t-r: .1-ttNI ... If!
and his wife and daughter r Dry Milk 8 a.59c ell.pun "a e. 'II

Jersey.loft last Monday back to New .1"2::: I1.4 Mgignb Can l.._......__.:._wam.___.____.__=__.:_errYSI___:.____u_ :,
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:_. 200 EXTRA PLAID STAMPSI JANE PARKER ((100 Extra Stamps 3-lb. Ring $2.19)) ((50 Extra Stamps I'/i-lb. Loaf $1.49)) 1 r.-------1It.a: WutB&. L .'1/Pt.:"jjW:Kv.U 1 I)
New Books Let.
The 10th volume of the Cruller saga$56.50 [ Ffj Irln tf1 FIAIp) j jrr !
Society's International fcnclycopocdia : Our Spool 99 : ;lV Ul lWll"J" i
was dcliverd to the Indian Price .. bl
FRUITCAKE I 53SAVE f! "I'h 11,1. I'll"pUll allll "
River City Branch of Titusville $39.95 j .
Coupon ]e i On. Bot. "I
This work Public comprises Library a Monday total of CNtNK: george stuart Necessary i CREAM RINSE . $1.00 e'i|
20 volumes dealing with Inter. afhOM'. l.,.chCL a J20J. 'n.11'.l II
national news of every country in I Ill/.state Coo. rill. 55
the World. What Is noteworthy l.._" :: i -Mj

Box of 19No C i

Bank al 12 AMP l?':

'{Mi9 S 3 :nl

I Special' Jane Parker Cake Speclell Jane Parker Speclell Jane Parker Brown 'N Serve :e, **'"h II'. ..."!.". hall eYr.''.".. .' rat

I your mailbox / J Angel Food I I.L i Ring. 1A2. 39c Peach Pie. lvs I Each Lb. 39c Dinner. Rolls 2 2t 29c jS 13.N a 2 S'BUGS cc I 1''M'/t.2YROIi. si tel,,
Lenten Vil el Jane Parker JJ
Special! Jine Parker SpecUII Jane Parker Cheddar /

Hot Cross Buns "--37c l I" ('.up.. .....t.I7:.:; : II.. r.. ro.. H
lo save Cherry Pie 1 Each.Lb. 45c Cheese Bread as' 25c l : !I!;. :!!! j:

time, steps ,1-------------------------GREEN i PEAS I I GOLDEN CORN .i rr i;:=Js'l!

I =I""e .. ., "el
I H .It1,1. r.Nll.a rill parrba l/ :
}\'c\ supply! you WHOLE STRING BEANS or PEELED APRICOTS I CUT GREEN BEANS or CUT BEETS ,;A '.0.. Bot. Pfeiffer, Thousand Island89C tl|
free bank-by- \I ti I : DRESSING ... 39c '

mail fotmi. I MIX or I MIX or I IY: ..i.. .. .....'n abaoal5.5.55'uC .... Ceb.. tI: t 1
1 I.LB Iii
t "' ::rCH 4 CANS I.LB MATCH EM 8 CANS 89 t._!... !' :. -_ ._ .j

Mothers and other busy p opU always appr.clat ilm.- I fi Sate; OnlPlaifrStamps,

caving convenience and that'e what you get when L #....&r''q .Get Fine; Gilts Faster
a. _ _ _ _ e ar V ,
you bank with ui and bank by mall There/a a "branch Pteiffers Roquefort INL 4AlAT ATtANfC a 'AC/fIC/ 1fA COMPAN. I<
Gold Medal! D.I l Monte Light Meet
bdnk". as near as your nearest mailbox. Flour 5-lb. bag Sic Chunk Tuna 3-8'/-ox..cans$1.00 Ch.... Dresalng. 801. bot. Sic
Betty Crocker or Larsen Veg-All Mined Knerri j" I.
Your Financial Partner in Progress Puffin Biscuits . can lOc Vegetables I.lb, can 21eSlrlelmann's Soup Mixes 3yi.oz. box 39c
Mazola Zed Wishbone French
K Not The Oldest Margarine .. 1.lb, ctn. 39e Saltlnes 1.lb. pkg.. 29c Dre.lng. 8-ox. bot. 35c HOURS ,
: Monday Tuesday
Not The Largest jrfSiraj. Wednesday, Thursday, ..ndLIqlld
I "lle"' But The Best! s Detergent DetergentTREND Detergent Detergent Detergent Saturday" t .7, Friday 9 f;

I I I I In' this Adrertls.m.naregoo
t ((12Ox., 22-Ox.) (Large) and Giant) d through Saturday,
First National Bank I 29c 49e 39c 49e reg. sire 33c reg. site 35c reg. size 30c February 1].

Condensed Detergent I Detergent Detergent Liquid Detergent Dole Crushed

I size 65c qt. bottle 75c 37c
Brerard's Only Home Owned Bank reg. size 39c reg. size 33c | giant size 63c giant
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,." 4-B TrrutvllU,,, (Fl 0,1111'! ) Sfar Admit Wdn' 4ay, Pkrviry If, 1964 j

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I I Don't Store Left-Overs Sell 'Em With A Classified Ad I TODAY'S REAL ESTATE BEST i

r For RentAPAItTMiNTS GLAMOR GIRLS Help WantedCOOK I Insurance Plumbing Supply

2 BEDROOM: unfurnished apart. ourant. Apply in person.<<:." lire-east concrete, steel-rein ,
ment also 2Va room furnished INSURANCEInc. forced state-approved, sizes 540gals.
DEADLINE S pm. D.r Before house ((1st and last months rent). SALES MANAGER able to take Approximately:! three acres
I'ubllcttlon For W.d. Frl. 630 gals.. 735 gals. and 1000
11 A..M. 8.t. For Mon. Publication Call before 11 a.m. 2677583.EFFICIENCY complete charge of direct sales. gals. Grease traps Installed, tanks with 185 ft. on Tropic Street. i
-- -SINGLE---building- ca Must have successful selling 2001 So. Washington Ave. pumped and cleaned, drain field. See this far( an apartment or
; background. Earnings commen
WANT AD HATES relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittmao I
adults Call 267-3505 after Phone building lite. Priced at
I cent. per word only. surate with ability. Give full de. 267-6720 Septic Tanks Inc., Phone AM 7.
Minimum Charge. 800 5pm. _ tails in letter for interview. Box 4L'i. P. O. Box 2018, Titusville, $22000. :
S, Star-Advocate. I
Lost I Florida.
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PATAISLK ALL, CLASSIFIED IN ADVANCE AD1 Weekly, monthly rates. Adults WAN! ED, RETIRED sober coupleto 103-40 acres with 1320 ft. on !

Except Eitibllibtd Account! only. 504 Garden.FLOKIDIAN live in and manage small WHITE FEMALE dog part toy Real Estate Rt. 46. High land with lots of 1
-- Apartment hotel. Rjterences. Collie and Spits bearing an Enid, I oak and palm trees. Todays
I :ClamUUil:: Display Rat Availableon APARTMENTS;closein Respond Box 1836, Titusville. Oklahoma tag number. In vicinity !
Rrqucat efficiencies, weekly, monthly of Gardendale. $25 reward. ACREAGE FOR SALE price, $1100 per acre.
Thd fitar-Advocat. reirrvti the rates air conditioned, 417 Julia FEMALE HELP WANTED Call 2676837.: I
irlrllea-t! of nvliln* or rejectlncanjr Street. 10 ACRES in Indian River City 108-Five beautiful acres with
advertisement which It deem. HAVE OPENING for secretary,
objectionable and to change the will interview. Call 267-3551 between Mobile Homes area, $550 per acre, 29% down, I 330 ft. on Burkholm Road. All I
3 ROOM: 2 adults 267-
apartment, ,
clanalflcatlon of advrrtliament
any balance :3 100 acres Vt '
9 a.m. 5 years. high and dry. Only $1100
from that ordered 2078. p.m. pet
the policy of able paper.Th to cOlltorm. to : _-- s Ifl TRAILERS FOR SALE mile of railroad frontage plus H
flUr-Advocata will not baKnponalblc WOMAN: TO live in home watching mile of Indian River Frontage, acre. Terms open. I
for more than eec In. OFFICES FOR RENT children. Start soon. Box A, Star- 1963 14 ft. Travel Trailer. Like $600 per acre, 29'down; balance
correct llabla InurUon nor will It be Advocate. new, sleeps 4, adults, $895, can open. A few 3 1/3 acre homesites 124-13 acres with approx.: I
for to. any a greater error In extent avertiuenIemlp than- OFFICE SPACE for rent also/ be financed. 2675196 or 267- available, $1500 per acre, 29% 1000 ft. SR 46 frontage near
the coat of the *p>". occupied.. by suitable for repair shop. Inquire WAITRESS WANTED, call 257 4691. down, balance 5 years. CallWessner
the Item In the advertliemant. Like-Nu Furniture. 609 Main St. iii ( 9902. Realty, 267-7125. 1-95 Interchange. $33 front
267.::132 ku MOONLAND !! .. foot.

Buelneia Office IS Main fftrtet HOUSES FOR SALI 128-240 acres north of Mimson
!JIll AM '-'::1.11 SECRETARY experiencedin
Office Hours S:CO to 1:30: HOUSES FOR RENT 2. 0 Mobile Home SalesU.S. good county roads with
general office work and WHISPERING HILLS. ModeM 9 2900 ft. railroad frontage and
""" T.unt.,......, f..., 1964.VU iV' '*Mmt"I liketo 1 North of Overpass room, 2 bath, swimming pool(
TWO NEW 2 bedroom duplexes, office machinery. Must air conditioned, fireplace, deep I 4600 ft. of good county road.

Aviation air conditioning and, central heat, told you her Mr. Right would come along meet the public. Inter- Titusville well. And an income apartmentover Would make excellent industrial -
range oven Eomo day." view This 2 car garage and work shop. or development site. $750
by appointment.
utilities. 2676317.
ENROLLMENT $125 plus
being ac NEW 1964 SKYLINE Grounds completely landscaped acre with 23": : down.
---------- per
cepted for new audio-visual 2 BEDROOM furnished, 1 mile position is open in the office Special $3,995, 50 x 10, 2 bedroom, and contain 120 trees, mostly orange
ground school class. For privateand north of Mims. References re For RcntAPARTMENTS For Sale of the Greater Titus- including washing machine furniture plumosa palm and oak.
commercial pilots. Classes quired. 267-4259: Thursday after delivery and set-up. Low I Near golf course. Call 2672049. 133-10 acres near Rts. 405 and
will be held 7.10 p.m., Tuesday :S ville Chamber of Com I down payment 7 years financing. SO. Speculative price of $450
and Thursday evenings starting p.m. _ FOR RENT FENDER PRECISION electric merce. Ph. AM 7-3036, Mr. MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES GARDENDALE, 3 bedroom, 2 per acre.
bath, central heat and air. $!ISO
February 25th at Titusville. 2 BEDROOM: furnished, 2672619. base guitar. Blonde finish with Authorized( Skyline dealer
Cocoa Airport. For further in. --- -- -- NEWLY FURNISHED, air conditioning accessories, plus fender leather Schweinsberg. 1224 No. U.S. 1 No. of overpass, down, $113.75 monthly. 267-6477.
formation call 267-4240. Evenings TITUSVILLE, 3 bedrooms 1, bath, 1'V. Maid service, $30 case Base guitar, list price $279; Titusville, 287-3081 --CASH- 141-Ten acres of good highland
call AL4-7783. steel table top stove, built in weekly. 2327 S. Washington!; or guitar case list price $60; worth I For your house equity. adjoining orange grove.
-- call 2675407. REFINED WOMAN! (white), aged 1955, 45 foot, one bedroom, 2675380or
oven screened room. 2673888. near $350: sacrifice at $200. Ex. 267-3262 $800 per acre. Terms open.
I Boats For Sale -- cellent condition. Call Ron, 267- 30-50 to manage and mind home, 267-5933.
3 BEDROOM 1 bath Whispering LOW rates, clean rooms for work. must be free to live in. References ------- DREAM
0331 or 287-7135 after 7pm. HOUSE, beautifully furn.
1958 CAMEO\ 8 x 40 house trailer. 145-38 with
men. 103. Call 267-6185 or 267. well acres approx. 2000
Hills area, unfurnished 3135 steady paying position
per ished, has all that makes housea
13: HP, $55, motor A 1 condition. Must sell. Excellent a
Reason month. Sydney Schwartz, 1141 3992.! I BROTHERS ELECTRIC portable for right person. Write M. condition. home, large lot. back fenced, ft. of county road frontageand
: joined service 3226429.
2672659. So. Ave. Titusville sewing machine. All attachments C., P. O. Box 342, Titusville.
----- --- Hopkins --- plenty citrus fruit. Immediate lots of oak, hickory, and ,
Florida. 267.6100. SPACE FOR RENT and buttonholer, good condition WANTED. EXPERIENCED color. '58 PACEMAKER, 8 x 31, full bath, possession. Phone 2675470. palm trees. $1000 per acre, /

Building! & Const. .IOUSE- -- :-FOR- RENT- with refrigerator 3,400 SQ. FT. available for rent, $25. 2675849. cd maid for motel work. Applyin A-l condition- -- -.,-267-6597.: LOVELY HOME: in Whispering terms open.

116 Christmas Hill Road, good location, center of town, 1 17" used Rendix table model person. River Palms Motel, 30 FT. aluminum Spartanette. Inspection Hills, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, swim.
NIDY CONSTRUCTION. residentlals. $123 per month. 267-3422 $30000 per month. Sydney T.V. $44 only $5.00 down and I 2401 S. Wash. Ave.STENOGRAPHER I and make offer to J. T. ming pool, family room( with fire- 146-20 acres with small grove

commercial and! remodeling IRC, LARGE-3-bedroom, 2 bath, vllle Schwartz, Florida., 1141 S.2676100.Hopkins, Titus- $1.25 plan. weekly.Goodyear Use Service our easy Store-pay, AND "girl Fri. 925 Lally.Orlando Campsau's Road. Trailer Park, down place. Immediate occupancy, I and. Cps house and 660 ft. (on

12 years in Titusville. Licensed( central heat and air, $140 month. 315 S. Hopkins Ave., Titusville, day" wanted for active real 2670467.payment greatly reduced. SR 46 near I-95 interchange.
and bonded. Phone AVI 7-2328. ly. Mrs. Connell 267-7021 and WAREHOUSE FOR RENT Fla., phone 2S7-3013. estate office. Interesting work, Priced at $1100 per acre with ,
267-1388. good salary and opportunity for Mobile Home Owners
I -- 4-BEDROOMS: 2 baths, Florida 29% down.
STORAGE SPACE metal buildIng FREIGHT DAMAGED ZIG ZAG.Slightly advancement. Good shorthandand room central heat alr-conditlon-
Camping HuntingBUY IRC, 2 bedroom like new, no small in LIVE RENTFREE
Scratched. 84 Model essential.
typing George ing,
I children 2676149. 68 on Nevins Court, rear of landscaping. $3,000 I
or pets. Star.Advocate building. Available Dial-O-Matic, Must See To Ap Barley Inc., Realtor 342 Washington equity Payments $125 month. 127-10 acres adjacent to north
OR rent a folding tent camp. p.m. Feb. 15th. See H. II. Hudson preciate, Does Fancy Sewing, Ave.WAITRESS Forest Hills, Phone 2675331. : Titusville city limits. $2200
er, sleeps 5, stove, sink icebox. at Star-Advocate. Makes Buttonholes, Sews On ------ acre with terms.
t Double J. Campers. 2476 Old ROOMS FOR RENT Buttons, With out Attachments, WANTED. Old Folks BRENTWOOD ESTATES per
Dixie Highway: Phone 207-1384. Etc. $40 Cash Or Pay $5 Month. Truck Stop. Mims. 4 well planned models are cow
ROOM: WITH private bath, complctely For Sale ly. Free Trial Ph. AM I 7-5530.FURNITURE : Invest $20 down payment andpay open. Brentwood Estates is minutes 161-20 acres with 660 ft. on
Child Care redecorated, $15 per MALE HELP WANTED ; $20 monthly and you from downtown Titusville, Route 48 near 195 interchange
week. 267-2911 before 5pm. DISCOUNT SALES, will uny possess your own West on Garden Street. FHA x 1320 ft. depth. High
I MUST SELL this week misc. itemsof floor samples, greatly reducedto BOATMAN, FOR boat repairs, experienced extra large full acre trailer lot. VA, 2.3-4 bedroom homes, from and dry at only $2000
CHILD CARE by Tiour. day or LARGE ROOM private bath pri. furniture, including, refrigerator make room for new merchan. 902 Main Street. Become your own landlord. $85 monthly, includes every. per
29": down balance
acre. 15
Indian AM 7-2309. <>
week. River HeightsFor vate entrance
airconditlonjr. 267.3905 dise for new lines. Buy of a life Don't tear
\ up rent receipts each thing. 267-7142 or NE 68385.
> 67: .
ta AM 7-5766. PACER STATION, north Titusville, years after 5 time.
BACHELOR TO share furnished p.m.REPOSSESSED 2111 Garden 2675733: or month. More than 150 happy
j apartment. Call 267.0748 between 2671928. see George Simpson. families now reside in our Beau- 3 BEDROOM.: 2 bath Whispering
Rent 5-7 DIAMONDSPay ELECTROLUXSales : tiful Trailer Community. Only a I Hills, low down payment. 2fl7- 162-25 acres divided by good
pm. I only balance. Jeans STUDIO UPRIGHT Piano,
Jewelry reconditioned
I --- few lots left. Visit and 0207 county road with over one
-- -- and Service, offers excellent us see
ARTICLES FOR, RENT ROOMS\ KITCHEN privileges. Big Apple Plaza. terms. One repossessed. earnings opportunty. Call Bob for yourself the finest Mobile -- mile railroad frontage. Pricedto
Call after 5 267-2283. Spinet piano.( Factory guaranty Local Home Park in all Florida.CHRISTMAS Continued on Next .rig sell now. $460 per acre
pen. LARGE SELECTION of used West, Your
t FOR RENT : refrigerators assume small monthly pay.ohmic. -- with terms.
: SINGLE BEDROOM: private entrance priced from $49 to Baby grand, completely Representaive at 267- Electrolu"I I PARK
Floor Sanderi. Polishers refrigerator near shopping I $100. $500 down, $1.25 weekly. reconditioned $295. formation. Route 50 Christmas, Florida e
Phone AM 7-3255: I' center. 267-6633. I Use our easy.pay plan. Goodyear KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC NATIONAL: MANUFACTURER Ptone Orlando 275-1727 170-Two Vi acre building siteson
Service Store. 315 S. HopkinsAve. 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385 needs 2 part time men for sales good county road just off
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET I SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies Titusville Fla., phone 267- --FURNITURE department. Hours 59pm. Company Direction 12 miles west of Old Dixie between Mims and
for rent 801 Orange St. 267. 3013.: Titusville $2950 each with
Baldwin Shopping Center 3400. BRAND NEW overstocked.< Must, makes all appointments.Salary U.S. No. 1 & Titusville 1/3 down.
REFRIGERATOR, DISHWASHER and commission.' ( For ap on Highway 50.
sell 7 piece living room suites./ I
washing machine. and freezer. $119.77. 3 complete rooms, $248.50, pointment Call 2671716. I
Phone 267-4STTafter 5 p.m. no money down easy terms. Call 178-7 acres industrial site with

Howard Johnson'sNeeds I FOOT SERVEL gas refrigerator, 2675735. Open Sunday, 10-6 InstructionsSPEAK Motorcycles For Sale JESS W. CHILDRE 500, ft.between railroad Titusville frontage. Closein and

good condition, 25. Call after FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine Mims. Only $3300 per acre.

4:30: p.m.A1\17.1583.__ _\ __ furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite. GERMANPrivate 1962 condition.TRIIJMPIITiger: !Call 2671279.Cub, good RIALTOS UILDISACREAGE Good terms

1 Frost clear refrigerator 7 piece dinette all only $13.85
(demonstrator) per month. Decor Furniture 206 Groups Moving t 183-Investors dream 171 acres
1 used bedroom dresser N. Magnolia Avenue. Indian River Free Trial Lesson StorageLOCAL less than hour drive from Tl-
City. Phone 2677613. TranslationsE"perlenced '
tusville adjoining popularU.S.
WaitressesWe 1 used chest AND LONG distance movers.
---- ----
1 used cabinet InterpreterCall golf course. Just off No.
Home[ Furniture Mrs. Nelon 267-6656: Moving, storage, packing, 1 and short distance from in-
CompanyOf Read Star-Advocate Classifieds I
Offer( Free Life Insurance, Hoipitalization( Surgical Minis 267-3565 ENVELOPES\ Business Sizes shipping, cold fur storage, crat. land waterway and beachea.Has .
Benefits, Credit Union and A Liberal Vacation Pay In,. free estimates. 267-3341.I over li mile fronting
Apply In Person, Tltujville. Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp Brevari Ridgeway Mayflower. golf course. All high and dry
for mailing. Full stock at Star. with city water and sewage.Priced .

Advocate. If have low at $2200 per acre
JUST GOOD you real estateto 200 acres, North of Mims, one mile with builders teams and re-
BUYSIN sell if of River frontage, one mile of leases.
or you are railroad frontage. Only $650: per

A Now FOR THE looking for choice real |, acre, terms 192-10 acres close to new 405.

Open HOUSE HUNTER estate, use our classified Call Mr. Floyd R. Stone withJ. Excellent developable land.
Buy at $1100 per acre with
W. Childre
REAL ESTATE 4 bedroom ,3 bath home in I columns. AM: 7-2541 Realty good terms.

Brokers Invited
good location. Centrally .. 196-1 Vi, acre nicely wooded in
Chickasha Mobile Home 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, near Catholic SchoQI and Shopping Center. heated and air conditioned.Has i Spruce Hills. Paved street to
extras. I property line. Would make '
Must see to appreciate. Immediate possession with lowdown many many "North Brevird' Oldest Real Estate Service" :
Deadened street with several nice nomesites. $2750
( payment and $100. per mo. very
SALES DIVISION AND LOTU. little traffic. Closed garage,
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, near new school in Indian River City. Large outside patio, log burning iiaf & ZU
screened porch, G. E. equipped kitchen including refrigerator 199-20 acres high and dry :
I fireplace, wall to wall carpet 1'ZJleq
S. No. 1 2 miles North of Mims at Rocket built In bookcases and many extras. 90 x 130( ft. lot. I in living area. Has an I Jl< below north of market!Mims.price Reduced of $495 for to I.

Motel Phone AM 7-3097.: $13,800. existing $23,200 mortgagewith I T.I.phon.Al.I ; quick sale so( estate may be
2 BEDROOM home near new NASA Causeway. Block construct. monthly payments of settled this year.
Open 7 days 9 A.M. until 7 P.M. ed on Corner lot with many shade trees. Completely fenced 14938. Only $2,300 cash '.2011
with cyclone fence and priced at only $6900. Low clown pay 737-Excellent downtown! cor
ment and just $75. month. needed to move in. ner business location with ap
3 BEAUTIFUL: adjoining lots near Magnolia Plaza In Indian 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, excellent 1. If you are considering a home in the North Brevardarea prox. with 10,000 1500 sq. ft.ft.groundarea residence .

River City. $1100. each. location, close to call one of our trained experienced sales staff with two sq.tile baths

CORNER LOT in Indian River City. Good location with nice shopping and schools. Cen- I to conduct a tour for your family over the entire I which could easily be turned
trees. $2200.00 Cash. tral oil heat plus central air area. We have new and older homes In nearly I into professional or other bus-
OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE conditioning wall to wall every section with price and terms to fit almost mess use. Total price with
BEAUTIFUL Wooded Lot In Bellwood. 100 x 100. $ 900 Cash. I II any budget. suitable terms. Only $21,500.
carpet in living area. Has
10 ACRES very near U. S. No. 1 and lit. 50 intersection. Strategic family room and formal) II

HOME SUBDIVISION location of this parcel makes price of $37,300: reasonable. dining room and formal i I 2. Almost completed. 3 Bed Rooms IVi baths. Paved 745 motel-Excellent on River money between making Ti

100 FT. U. S. No. 1 near new NASA causeway in Bellwood. Priced dining room, lots of extras II streets with sidewalks. Monthly payments only tusvllle and Indian River City.
Featuring: below market at $100. per ft. and a double carport. Only $102.00. YOU CAN QUALIFY. Low Down Pay. Land atone worth almost asking

900 FT U. S. No. 1 Frontage by 1000 ft. deep. Also has 900 ft. 6 months old. Priced at ment. price of $125,000.

County road frontage. Buy the U. S. No. 1 frontage at $55 $19,800 with an existing

I LARGE 75' 110' S LARGE POOL $7,500 per ft.will and handle.we'll throw in the entire 28 acres. A real bargain. $17,100 mortgage.Let 3. Three bed rooms. 2 bath home with swimming pool.

I LOTS WITH SItUTFLEBOARDL.ENTRAL Prime location. 2500.00 buys complete equity. i
10 ACRES high and dry with plenty of trees. $795 per acre. Cashor us show you these desirable Immediate occupancy.

WATER HORSESHOES, Etc. terms. properties today.REALTORS .

"" ... 4. Check on FHA homes being remarketed. There
...' :: ; area
: few still available in the Titusville area.
) 5. New 4 and 5 Bedroom Homes available for Immediate
...' .fl" WthZ:
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REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on : REALTY $; / occupancy.

U.S. 1 to Minis.' Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more .. I

mile to our entrance on right. For free information : :* I lJ an.eonwa'lIfAnjbacI 1514 South Washington
.. .101 / +jnc.
I. I
call 267-5586. '.c5..Suuo <
R. G. RYAN Reg. Broker AM 7-3858

412 Main St. Titusrille, Fla. REALTORS INSTJRORS
Dial AM 7- 2011 Day and get better and faster unicerru
Phone 267-5000 Night or Holidays 1


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INCOME: TAX returns accountingand I Nolle I. hereby given' the the :UOKtOtUr. .(IHII I0-l II. KNO : IRVING: A. HOLDER. I
HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE unileralgneit' Clerk m the 'Iro'ull nllOlI"'II.T' Plaintiff,
system service. C-F A soc. I Court of the Ninth- Judicial Circuit, : MORTOAOF. INVF.ST: I W
later 2670271. I In mil far llrev.nl County, Florida MEN? COMPANY> : a Florida. Corporation EDWIN; A. STfinVEI.L aleo
EDGEWATER, S.b'ed-;: mae pursuant lo the decree tit fore known n* EDWIN: N. HTI'IUVKLL: ),
iloaure I entered In a cane .nltnc In Plaintiff, anti )laryl, HTCrJWKLL., oil
close WILL DO in
home in typing own home call
onry $12,500 Si- (
salt ,'ours. the Lyle of *.hli-h I. Wife, et ul,
000 down. Park Avenue Realty WE WILL BUILD mornings. 267-7186. rLAfltrMI. NAMNQM: IIA.Nk.. n VIKUWARD T CAV1M: and, Oi.ADYl D.ton.I."I.
103 E. Park Ave., Edgewater I i New York lariMrmton, L. CAVIN. hi. wife and TIIK: CIT. .N TILE NAME OF Tilt: tlfATE
Florida. \ r'I 1ZEN' : HANK OK TITl'tiVILLtKl.OhlDA. : oil, rLClllllJA:
_. TO SUIT YOU YeCI.ARK'WE a Banking Corporation TO:
.lalntltl'l Irrentlanls,
RESIDENTIAL ALL electric 3 I M'LA' HKLLE: FKAXKIIN KUAN NOTK K: OF .II.'I lit. !* "t I Edwin A. mudwi-ll. 'ulio known
bedroom 2 bath Florida room, On Your Lot GETTING RESULTS wife NOTICE!!: la hereby given that aa Bdwln: N Hiuilwell. and, Mary
central heat and well CrilTIS K. I1AHM-.H. Clerk of tm M. Hturiwell. hli wife. If llvln*. and
air .
Circuit Court of Hrevarri If dead, the unknown .
porch, landscaped. 267.6981, e A New Home i I Call In your listing to 267-7323. ..nd the docket number o( "wulib'' InSTSIl Florida. will on the day of County March, tlevitrra. Irrytlree. .rllnl.opiume. hi.wi.cr.d.
--- --- Free homes" will offer for Ml and cell!! 1\164\ at Him' o'clock ..m., at the Mora unit :iny and all prros orpnrtlei
TITUSVILLE-2613 Merry Lane. 3 A New RoomWe I on acreage at Public blddur, Outcry for each la the, the hliilie.t I .",1b..t front door of the' County Court rlnlmtng hy through under,
bedrooms, carpeted air con. I lots and groves atrlhed, fallowing home, llrevard County' In the l'lly! tlr against the acid K.I: win A Utttd-
property iiltuate In tire- of Tltuavlllt Florida, offer fnr ail.. well .talio known. ua hrlwln; N.
ditioned. $11.900. 267-9933 will furnish plans and make "ar,1 County, Florida. to wet: and eel) at public oiiliry' tn the Mtuilwelli. I, and, Mary M rttudwell..
loan Lot :M. Hlork A. ORAM UNO hlgheat and bent bidder for caah the hit wife, George W llenllry, (ulna
3 BEDROOM 1 bath fenced yard arrangements with no CAMPBELLASSOCIATES' I'AIIK. ai-rordlng In map or following deivrlhed I 'properly illtia I known.u> G, W IU>ntleyi. and, Mary
many extras. Reasonable down down payment. Give us a call I |pint' t thereof re.-or.led la''lug. led In I llrevanl; County., Florida. :lo: Prance Itentley hiM wife, If living.
Honk II 411, Public
Tail Itecnrda
wit and If dead, .
: the unknown .
payment. Assume mortgage. No Obligation INC. I of Hrevard County, Florida.Together ... ipoua
1' Mouth 50 feet of. Int 27 and South heirs, .vl.. Ifgnteen. grinteaa' ,
267-5599. REALTORS with, but not limitedlo Ml feet of Lot M of reauhillvliilnn/ criilltor. and! any nil pernon
267-6739 the following: 111' Kllrhrnlshauel of part nf Delenpln* on I Indlnn/ nr parllea. :ilnlmlng O'v', through, ,
ROUTE 46. Enjoy country livingIn 1210 S. 'ash-267-7325 Anytime : .'on. Vtull. Healer. pnrnmnrntly River per I'lal thereof .. recorded under or agalnut I the aid O""r.e!
J. M. Inlaliml.Raid In .'1", Hook 9. Page tU I, W, Hentley. this lovely 2 bedroom home CHEWNING sale will he held at the: runt l'uhNc He.-orili of Mrevnrd' Itentleyi. and Mar\" Fnm' with carpeted living and dining Construction Co. SINGER SEWING Machine Co, front door of theRrevard County County, rlorliU. fU'HJKCT: Inrlghlnfwav bit wife; ('. II Johns 'iNo known
large Florida fur. Courthmim In the lily of Tlluevllle.Florida 11 feet wide. eal.ndIng aa Chllllon II. John-i 1. ,lannu-ltme
room room 647 Highland Terrace sales aad service. Pinking shears on the nth day of Man. over the reel 11 feel of lot known, aa rhllllon II J"m\ <>,, and
nished kitchen utility room, etc. sharpened. Phone AM 7- VW4. it 1.ei:i I niloik' I I' M "r... noon 29. of renubdlvlilnn of part of Julia Burr John. mlno knnwn a*
work shop and a large 150! x 200 fitusvilla 2244. thereafter a th. mm can he (Ion.. I hrleiplna on Indian. Ill vrr nerPlat Julia It. Jnhna), hi. wlfr. If alive
beautifully landscaped lot facing I SPRING REDUCING SERIES. No (figure fault ages a woman Curlla H, llnrnee. Cletklly thereof aa warded In I'lal and If dead the unknown ipnuie.

Route 46. The back yard is FREE LP bottled gas installation. I faster than a fatty upper back. A pad: at the nape of the neck or a V. *. KpanglrrDeputy \Iliiok 1.In Pare 93. far Inrroia andrarra crnlltora heir.. devlaeei.and, l lr.ati-i... grantees,
tract h.r.ln abuve any and all
fenced. Priced at 13500.00 with LARGE LOT for multiple dwelling 209 N. U. S. No.1. Titusville. fleshy roll at the bra lID!! has that matronly-matron look if there ROKMN: widiir A Clrrk iii-HKoiin\ dearrlbndpurauant or parlles clalmlnll by through penana,
down. Shown li> the Final Decree under. or agalnit the mild C. H.
$2600 by appoint. Suburban Propane Gas Service. ever was one. Amerlian" National Hunk UlilgI of|
ment. Geo. M.\ Barley Jr., Inc, or community business. $200 (1. Ilex 11'iNHHI !. 1 forerloaure entered In a caio pend) Johns lalno known an Cbllllon H.
267-6411. Too it creates a fashion impasse. Clothes simply cannot be fitted Petemhurg., FlorMntvh Ing In old Court.. the etvle of whli-h Johna), anmellmea( known ai Cbll
342 So. Wash. Ave.. Phone 267- down $35 monthly. Also can finance to til ,w'e'lt! 1 I'WI la let'itETY: MdHTllAIIK: ISV :II'I. llon II Inneai. and Julln llurr John
3622. building. Inquire, 2671481.DON'T PAINTING properly.Reducing I MKNT: COMI-ANT. a Flnrldn. Corr- lalao known an Jull.i. II Johns, his
the upper back is usually thought a hard if not impossible oration, Plaintiff "a. KDWARI T. wife; Krneet: II ntil.viiWf' dUo.
I BEDROOM, 2 bath. new. low DECORATING CAVIN and OI.ADYM I.. CAVIN: known ai K:. II Ohlendorfl. and
down Nicest section in process. But these easy routine lead to satisfying!: results hi. wit. and TIIK: CITIZKVS: HANK ohlnndiirf. hu wire, (whose
payment. 1. Stand erect, with head high and arms at sides; stiffen elbows 0''K1" TITl'UVII.LB FI.OKinA. a true rhrlntlan name In unknown 10PI.lntl"l.
Titusville. Forest Hills. 267-3564 ttanklna Corporation, and the tine. ), If alive, und, If deed the
PAY RENT! PAPERHANGING and draw fingers: into loose fists thumbs out Leading with backs of bet number of which I. number unknown .JIO"... heir. drvlaeei.

4.ROOJlOUSE: by owner 2672470. !fist. raise arms bark and up slowly( and( high as possible Then 2Tn l. ,I'galore' granle.e. t-rrdilara and any
W1TNF.SH: my hand and, the of- and all persons or parlles dalmlnvml'il
TRAILER C. H. Frizzell break wrists, turn fists toward arms and hold position for five counts flrlal seal of aald, Court, this 11 tiny, by lhraugh under or ageln.l. lbs
1120 Johnson St. 267-3747 Quickly return to starting position and repeat fifteen times. of January 1DH4.: Krneit'II. Ohlemlorf. tlio
LOTS SALE Court Healk known aa E. H, <>nl< "n" larf. and
FOR NIDY CONSTRUCTION CO. Con- Ue back down on floor; raise knees until soles of fret rest on Ct'RTI H HAIlNR.a, Clerk nl --- ohlendurf his wife, T N.

OWNERSWe crete work masonry roofing, "' .l4d< stretch arms out at shoulder level, backs down. Bend el- Ihe County Circuit. .Florida. Court .of. Itrevird Ioi'kiril oleo known, and Huaanna HiiHiinnab l.ockiril l.iM.k-,

carpentry and remodeling. M'M sharply and touch fingertips to ears Now very slowly return FT': V H. KpnnglerTIRNIIT arts, his wile If Hi" Ing., and If
Phone AM 72326. ...,. ..' I ,dead 1. the unknown iiou| >.., helra,
j jI arms to extended position on floor. Repeat) fifteen times. I by Copt Fred lawton. Director O Wl'ijiSvrk' d...,'..... legatee." grunlre.. aredtors .
BUILDERSWANTED have beautiful full acre ma- I 3. After bathing pull towel from far side to far side across back Marine Safety, Raytheon I Attorney for Plaintiff ( and. any and all pvione nr
bile home lots sic lCO z 440 Used Cars & Trucks Company & America's Bulle 21, Weatern I'nlnn nulldln'.. parile, claiming by through, under
from nape to waist for fifty counts. Cup ,
I Tampa :3. Klorlila/ .r against the anld T. N Lrs'kard
1 for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH! Reducing Extra: Lest you undo the good of your efforts, hold championship tailing matter Feb.: ':_aa4Wed_( ) IIMI, and Huaanna I.o,'knrd, mint known
: '60 BUICK Invicta (!(convertible 1 ai Htiiannah. L..kllr'l'I). Ids wife.;
your head high at all times. Also check bras. Are Knlnnd C ,
Move In now Trailer Livingat your they built-up Mnelter and! Maude It.
I owner full power, $1400 or best IV. THR: 4IHlir IOIHT !.t. Moeller' Ilia wlfiIf ,tilt, e, ind, If
the flesh
and fitted to smooth without roll
"FOREST HILLSESTATES" its best offer. See at Brentwood t Estatesoff or pinch? Ill *. MMTIt 41 III I II.. dead, the unknown ''p.' 'uxc. hnlra,
I Garden St. or call 2677142. TRIMMERS AND SLiMMERS 1r IIKII If. IN" lw IIIK devlaeei, legnteea, .ro olt .... rredlloraand ,
i i'i IIK..V'fllI eo1s" s. rlt ltlll\ any and all >rm.ne nr parties
CHRISTMAS PARK 157 Let me help you with the problem of a too,fleshy arm. chest or I ll.ttl'' PailU. 'Milt cUlmlng by.' through pe undi-r. or
(>NLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT OLDS 4 door automatic, radio upper back by sending you my leaflet, TRIMMERS AND SUMMERS iI JAM ::14 ALlltItT: ISTAVAST agalnm the said, Roland l C Mueller
and heater 1 owner. 2672054. I I'INlotlff and laude. It. Mueller his wife,
$3000 Per Lot! ---- -----_. - It contains a set of co-ordinated spot reducing exercises-easy to ilo, VI.KRMA Hirney Grave. and Kl.le M Craves. ,

CIIAS. JANNARONE 11 Miles\ West of Indian River 1963 VW one owner whitewalls quick to get results Just write Mary Sue Miller in care of this news : NATAI.IR] HTAVAST hli wife, If alive, and If dead th*

Titusville Shopping Center City on Rt. 50. Christmas. Florida sun shades, own doors rear paper enclosing a stamped addressed envelope and 5 tents in / ( M I..f.nd.nl.ntlC r.: lit Ml.IT I.relere unknown. .r.nl.apnuie,. cr.helm
AM 7-3441: Phone Orlando 2751939Rides window open. 2672252. coin to ocver handling Il (Cy Rel SV ,1Atl" Tot KH1VIA' NATAI.IK: HTAVA8T. pad all prriona or parti"( lulmlng
11)14) Regatta Avenue by through, under ur against the
$700 1956 Jeep station wagon 4 -- r h FFecrrRy Apartment Nn. IWhlttler aid Hartley Stance and Klile M.

NEAR LAKE HARNEY, In pine Wanted wheel drive warner hubs clean. Airman DuPree Wins Promotion ca'r/usAN/ege v e TOil AKU, IIKItKIIY California: NOTIFIED lr.vee. ,'legatee his *wife, ...evl.the....., unknownheirs ...nl....,
woods. Approved for building. 2675777. that a complaint for Ivor re ha* oredilor. and any and all nerioa*
Restricted. Lake Harney access. TRAY I/'rER/ RE'IV/J'& been. filed. igalnit you, and you ere or parllea claiming I by. through,
Phone Geneva 3493191. 1951 CHEVROLET, pick up good I Raymond L. DuPree of Dade ghter of Mr. and! Mrs. J. W. rt PIJI/PtRS. hereby required to servo a copy i.f. under or against J, W. Leech de'ceased
TITUSVILLE RESIDENT wantsto running condition. Call after 6 I! j City, has been promoted to air Thomas of Rt. 3 Dade City r4YSAjEsueMeE your anawir or other pleading In Augueta Davis Leech, If BvIng. .
join car pool to Patrick AFB i Efrr 8/l..l1e the complaint on the I'lalntlffi attorney and if dead, the unknown
p. m. 2670581. man first class In the United William ('. Irvin Attorneyat pouae.. heirs devlaeei. legatee,
267-4577 after 5 p.m. Airman DuPree is a personnel DIVI&&RS WORK THE Law 81 North Atlantlo Avenue .ranters. cr."ltorA .nd any and .n
See The 57 MERCURY 4 door station States Air Force Cocoa Heath lorlda., and
to file She persona nr parties claiming' ty,
/ wagon, power' steering and I specialist in the 30fith Bomb SAM WAY 19 IMEASe original anawer or other pleading. through, under or agaln.t. : the Bald
ServicesROOFING brakes. 50 and Hwy. 1, day 267'' Airman DuPrce son of Mr. Wing, McCoy AFB. In the offlua of the Clerk of the Auguita Dada Leech, and all per'
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Star AdvocateFor : Circuit Court on nr before the Utli eons or partlea having. or claiming
3577 nite 2676608. I nnd Mrs. Otis F. DuPree of 531 day of March 1WI4. If you fall tida > lo hcoca,y right title or Interrat
I Highland! Ter. Tltuslvlle is a ao, a .....r... pro confeeao will, h.. In and to the property 'Involved .la.1.tl1'
Your PAINTING, additions 58 CADILLAC sedan DeVille, entered agalnit you '. ....11, or any portion Ihcreol.'.l
and general repairs. All work I $850, one owner. 2673480. graduate of Pasco High School LEGAL PADS Big Supply 3Sc -" DONE I AND l>HI>KHF.n: at Till..- heir, .Iovl....., '...1.... leaMiea.rnle .
SAFETY vllle, llrevard County', 'lorlila. title .., aurteeaon, analgni. ten..
I I guaranteed free estimates Ii. in Dade City. 23c each at the Mar-Advocate( MAKES A HAPPY SHIP Ulb d.v of Frhrunry.. IM4.CIIRTIM flrlsri.e. unknown spouses or other
Printing Needs! censed and bonded. 2673411. 1954 CHEVROLET. 4 door Belair., .. Office R. HAHNKM: ClericICoart patina claiming hy, through underor
new transmission starter generator His wife, Marilyn\ Is the dau. Of Tn* Circuit" Court, against ouch ileceaaed. person or
INCOME TAX and bookkeeping' battery tires, tune-up, ( Meal) .p.Feuns n.lur.1 or ellrpllr.i.lvl...
service Resident 267-3516 $350.: 2675924. Sly' Bertie Hall or dead eilntlng' or dlaaolved' elalnt-
Pepiily Clerk Inll' under the above-nam.ti parties,
Office 2673751. II. Burgess Wfl.MAM C. .JltVIW resluqua/ Iruntent. or otherwlae, or
Associates. 1956 BLACK Ford. 2 door hardtop, Attorney at I.aw as Rebore credlton. truters or ley
HIGHWAY 3 speed floor shift $175, 267-0340. sail North Atlantic Avenue of the above-named defentlaata who
INCOME TAX returns prepared. Stop and See the Advantages Cocoa 1I'"h.. Florida claim any Intereal In any of the
Attorney' for Flalnllff real property Involved In thli .sal .
Phone and
267-3183 $3.00 I
FRONTAGE up. Wanted To Buy I )'.b. 12 19, M, Mar 4 (Weil) 1MIIVtMR or any part thereof being d.acrlb.dai .
follow, lo wlti
SPECIALIZES IN painting trail. .
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285' U.S. No. 1 frontage: ers where they sit. free esti COMMERCIAL FISHING net, call NVk) of NK' of NW I- ; (EH ofMK'
Lakefront EstatesTITUSVILLE'S < INITIOIMr IIFTIIKMINIM of NWk,, K't: of *W'4?
mates. Call 2674611. After S
with an average depth of p.m. after 6 p.m., 267-4377, ,
Jtlll lu ( IKIIir, INAMI VVS of HK,. all In Reitlon 1*.
495', suitable to many uses. 2677011. Illlt 11111,1tHHIll tat Township 21 South, Range at
USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto' ILOallt Kaal., Bravard County, riorldar
At present has 2 buildings PAINTING expert reliable and Parts. AM 73686. 1IMN( *:Hr *II. ItMIK"" NW, of NK':'< NK'' of NW4'* :
well and satisfying work. Estimates glad SMITH K: III' Stir all In .Mectlnn.. 11), Township 21
plus good deep NEWEST COMMUNITYOF HARK LEE trriCAIN Mouth, }Range at Raat, Brvar4.
pump and water storage ly. AM 7.0778.INCOME Want To Trade ... I'lnlntlff' County, rlnrlda,
tank. Many mature orange TAX RETURNSby 818 FT. U. S. 1998 frontage over EASY-LIVING HOMES! 8ARAII STRAIN, You and that each lha of you above arc herebynotified namedHlolnlirt

trees. Very realistically telephone or appointment.i DefendantTOl baa brought suit. to quiet
8 trade for north Brevard
:: : title l I In the above styled
priced at $90,000 with 29% Licensed, trained experienced. acreage or lots. Phone 2672016. TM: lluartaUl Court,'I involving: : the above deacrtbedland ':
R. W. Copeland. 2670274. Paso, Ted* aald 1 cause being In the nature
down and balance over 6 3 BEDROOMS I'/1 BATHS Tou arc hereby notified thnl a .f a suit to remove cloud and
years. Property located at Work Wanted ; Complaint for DIvorce has loon yule the title of the above named
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only filed agalnat you' In the Court Statedabove Halnliri In and to the above deecrlbod .
Sharpes midway between RELIABLE WHITE woman de. and the hbrevlated title of lads by declaring I all Inter.
Ihe case I I. aa eel. forth herelnahov, acts of the UnfiMidanla. named herein
Titusville and Cocoa. Investigate 2Sc ace at the Star-Advocate sires work as baby sitter. Daytime and rOIl are hereby r.qulred toMarv. In and lo old.. lands to be null
today. preferable. 2675780. $500 P.r Month a cnp of your Answer or and void and of no effect and to
Office. $12 6 0 0 $79.38 Including P. A I. Pleadlnc: lo the' Complaint nn thePlaintiff. enjoin said Defendant from Inter
DOWN 24 Year '! attorney, Claude Pepper, firing In any way with title ..ado..lnn
300' plus U.S. No. 1 front. Mortgage Walker. Pears llltf liyrd I'lma, of the Plaintiff In and to
north of Mims pricedat C....... Florida. and file the orlfInal add landa.
age Answer or Fleadln In the> nf- You and each of you are hereby
only $75.00 per front foot SYDNEY SCHWARTZ REALTOR I flea of the Clerk ar circuit Court ordered and required to file your'
not. later ban I ho 12th day' ot Answer to the Complaint filed heirin *-
with 29'/ down and balance Check These Marti,II18 tl ...111.1 you' In the above. ityledKtiuae
to be arranged. Can I y1| II lo ..'aoj a D;"re'pro/ h the office of the Clerk at
I 1 Conlfmiatwill be T.Ven, anvlnet'ynu; 'III* Circuit Court In and for Hrevirtl .
also be leased. "BEST BUYS" MODEL for the relief demanded, In the Com' County, d.'ln.t tile office
QualityFeatures plaint. al the CourthouMt Tlluevllle;; ,
l 11)Q'|> U.S. No. 1 frontage in 4P N Ct'RTIil R. nARNRfl ..'...rl.... on or before the 12th Uy
TI1USYlllE Clerk of Circuit Court of March A. D., 1M4! and lo serve
city limits of Titusville lly I V. ft. Mpaniler a true : copy of luchanawer
total price only 30000. 7 ROOMS, 2Mr baths 2 car garage beautiful view of : DAILY f COURT SEAL Deputy) Clerk Attorney for Plaintiff' whnae C, DAVIT adIre. .-

river boat for family to enjoy the fishing and I r' wkilpalnd Feb U 19 _JeMar_ ._ 4 (Wad_ 1M4Hj ( ., I. 5ja North Halifax UaytonnHeacb
10 acres on Route 46 west your Built-in Range and Oven 4 A.Nl, 10 1 o fl, .r Cie b Florida on or before an Idtlal
fun that a river front home provides. All this in a *.
of' Mims, only $930 per in Colors a
beautiful home; your family will love and in which IT III HEREBY ORDERED: that
acre. this notice and. order shall be .
entertain1 friends with pride. Mica Covered Cabinets
can .
you your one a week for four ((4) conleoutlv '
2b prime develop. Neighbors weeks prior lo the aforeaild -
S White Terrazzo Floors dale of lath: day' of Mardh
ment property $1750.00 per INCOME PROPERTY (Rentals) One 3 bdrm. 1 bath -.::;;... Into In the Tltuavlll star Advocate."" ,
Ducted Central ]featS .: c::==- a newspaper having aI.ral nlr
are with terms. house furnished possible income $123 One 2 bdrm. eulallon In Brevard. County Florida.IIKKKIN .
Full Tile Baths Choice of Colors W. : : FAIL NOT OR A T>K-:
1 bath house $85.00 to $100.00 possible income One -
Call for appointment to see :.L CHEF:/ PRO CONFKflHO WILL BBFNTKREU

ahy of these choice prop. 1 bdrm, 1 bath house possible income $63.00 to $75.00 *: Paved Drive Sodded Lawn Land. ... ;, SUCH: FAILURE I AUAINMT YOU FOR

per month. All this for only $26,250.00. $5,000 scaped WITNESS my hand and teal alTltuivllle

down, Balance negotiable at 5''r. thee loth, day Bravard.of. County February Florida.Ab.1W4. ..
Walls and

eties.iiL11 I ; DrK* w* WlM" f" Htl'( SEAL> '
City Water C-: :: cURTIs R. BARNE
ACREAGE 40 acres good dry land, no city taxes 40S) { Smrtb th. C mry Clerk. of the Circuit CourtKrevard

$1,375.00 per acre in bulk $1,400 in 10 acre plots. Located Between 2 Golf Courses County, Florid.
By V 8. tip.".',,'. DC
40 ACRES good land located between Port St. John and Feb It, ... M.. Mar, 4 4Wedd( IMM.

Canaveral Groves $600.00 per acre. \'tA: -
rwe4iREA'LT2 : :

SYDNEY SCHWARTZ Realtor *.***********
Geo. M. Jr. Inc.

1141 S. Hopkins Ave. 8 (i Barley J "Up the,' signs road,pant left three pant aYe'NoIfuntln ,Mc, OStS- MON ,

412 Main St. TitusvlIIe, Fla. Titusville Florida No Tre pa" lng' notice and It 't. $. S VING$ NDS.

AM 7-6100 or 6101 EXCLUSIVE AGENTS 342 S. WASHINGTON then In the road marked

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VA\ PAYMENT n.fJ / O/AI\LyLlNLy/ALL $15,000 TO $19,000

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.11 $4750 to $6850 HomCS rcstrlCfd to 1800 n. UlinimillTI.
Af Community of Fine Homes (I in i I irusviue M.

F H A LOW DOWN Only 2 Miles West of UJS 1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER, INC. *;*-

PAYMENT 3200 Garden st., Titusville




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P.'. 1-1___ __. __ Titutvill(Florida)Star -Advocate Wednesday, February If, W4Pamsh I

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HospiialAciivily .
Grad. A Quick Frozen -.: :..... :.

SAVE qr Turkey Rolls! '
Bon.lti Thigh I & Breast, ? W-D BRAND
\'(missions and dismissals at Reg 98
J( Parrish Memorial Hospital 79
Lb. '
for February II17 were as follows

February 15 Grod A Quick Frou.
Admitted: Titusville: Claude WL1 Turkey
HcLb.:.. Paula DeCamp and
Carry Miner; Others, Sidney 33<<
Blanchard, Indian River City and ib : NATURALLY TENDER
Al'rcd Stubbs, Mims
Discharged: Titusville: Johnny SIRLOtN
Ray Urablcy, Mack Harvey, and F OOO Grod. A Quick Frozen > F. d+ +
STOaEt' -
Kelly Godwin; Others, Christina Turkey Wings St ea k LB. 88?
Platt, Scottsmoor; Lora Daugh .
Ury and Charlotte Muse, Cocoa. 29' _*
February 16 QUANTITY
Admitted: Titusville: Charles PRICES GOOD, THRU FEBRUARY 32ND
Gibbs Jean Duncan, Mary Swan W IMN 01It ITOI INO COrYa MT 11 a Steak. LB 8 8 1
It)'. Louise Nevins, Evelyn El
more Pauline Witback, Helga ; ;;) TURKEY !I. BONELESS ROUND
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Payne, and Lorraine Futch; 30 EXTRA STAMPS WITH HORMtL CANNED 1
Ollirrs/ Holly )Harper, Jr., In $259 Roast. LB 8 8
dian Dec e River, CocoaDischarged City. ; and Eugene Ham. 3 CAN a 1

Stitt David Dunn: Titusville, John K::. Forehand Judy. & 6. 12 Lb.

Nancy Lewis, Edith Rath. Flounder u39xREG rr Frozen Roost 881
b'irn' and Elizabeth Hannum;
Others Elizabeth Ann Huffman,, 69* COPELAND COUNTRY LINKSausage. R/A 9
Mims George Garrison Mims,; D E f FRESH GROUND DAILY EXTRA LEAN
Nicklas Cail Busbee Baldwin,: 59x LB.
Cl1dtl,i Mjjnard, Lenora Adams,, a Gr. Beef 5'G.\ srI
Valeria Bennett and James Rivera
all!) of Indian River City j I

February 17 Sausage. '"39x '
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Admitted: Titusville: Dewey SHcrndon. .
Evelyn Dingle, Thomas I
Merrill Gloria Mac[ White, and 1 1A
rert.L.. Hcniley; Others, Shlz
ue Carter and Rubin Hanson of STAMPS 10 Off FROZEN
Int::Ion River City; Ptral Young! EXTRA
Sliarpes. Shirley/ Peek, Cocoa,; + >
ant Mary Wilson, Tampa isles mot' a
Discharged: Titusville: Joyce F / DIXIE THRIFTY FLORIDA ORANGE

Snnonson Johnson(), .Marie Mary Oliver Miller, Donald EsterW ,00, EXTRA STAMPS WITH TAR W A 1 J, SOFT DRINKS Juice. 5 b oz, 99

Others.xiI'nnd Oiaz Burns Margaret, Mims Hmkle; and; Meat Loaf Pac a' $149 .., ., 1 Cons ,


City Meat Loaf KS5.98'k PINEBREEZE ; ANY Pot Pies 5 FOR $1.

Seminar 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH CHOPPED, SHAPED Grade "A" Fresh Fla. Medium SIX .

Cube Steak lOf l ,89EGG S BOTTLE Fruit Pies 3F FS YS1.1j'
!Set For BJC J( 1dI ,w W .
'I '
E Ird'! Junior College, in cooperation CARTONSWITH "
), with the BrevardC 50 Extra Top Value Stamps''] 2. DOZ. 79 $5 I 51.
unt':1':n.t ol the Ameiltan WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of I
.. .. I FOOD ORDER. ,
Cane r Sorkty It planning to T. ease. FNotN CHUN 1111'10
hold a >miur on smoking, Sat. Shrimp Chow Main I .
urday February 29. ..oooTNNUu.uA.r ..... :I T,: 't .ti< f. 'U\.T [l '7--<"40..t.'\'"... W,><.M
The seminar will be designed to
in!trot t persons tthr are engaged t AT .ANy..y.K4.tcti.' ?| m
in working. with J'outh. mmmtmrni i!! SAVE 8 EACH O'SAGE FREESTONE (Limit 2 with $5. food order) f E:'
The oil day seminar will tea Je
tun' licIt surgeons> and physi.
J I .m Peaches 19i
car: d,scuasmg the dangers of No-2'/a' CAN ; ,
smoking as they nlats to several 50 Extra Top Value Stamps 1
r1.'ellb'! :.", iicludinj lung cancer WITH' THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF I IBreade7 "#
Turl SAVE 10* EACH LIBBY PINEAPPLE (Limit 2 with $5. food order) r ',...
StaaTcsOooo i {?
Perch I,.
All"i i"w of fie: U. S. surgeon
,rnm'r.il's recent report on, amok AT ANY THRU PMRUAKV UN* Juice.I 46.0&. CAN 25"
In: u 11 al o be presented. 12 WINN-DIXII .
Kci:filiation cost for each participant _
u $1.00 and the fie and SAVE 10 EACH LIGHT MEAT CHUNK
the individuals name should be i' i TUNA U, S. NO. ONE REGULAR WHITE
sent to Dr. Robert H Humphrey, .
Dr vaid! Junior College, Cocoa, 50 Eats Top?Value Stinps Star-Kist No Ys CAN 25' POT A "tOES
r Florida WITH' AND PURCHAS OH | "

"Chicken '" r .-
Junior Police To Thigh's"Oooo SAVE 10* EACH DEEP SOUTH SALADDressing

Meet SaturdayLt AT ANY THRU FMHUAUT WINN-DIXIC tin. 10 Le 9 I
13 29
Pohnmon: of the Titusville i QUART 1 BAG
Police Department has called a
special meeting of the Jr. Policef -----. P .
,>r Saturday at 1 1:00: pm at the m i SAVE 10* EACH THRIFTY MAID I
Polite Department\ 50 Extra Top Value

atti Ml net.Jr as Police plans are are requested being formulal t to WITH Hawaiian THIS'ou"COUPON CA"/I AND 011'PURCHASE' Scamps U_ C a t 5 U P O O20oz. JAR 19 ? ., Apples I 2. LBS. 3 5 ,

!! d tor a candy sale Punch FRESH FLORIDA
1/ i Oranges 5 s Q 591

Buns. 8.CT.PKG. 29 P8.C
J1Iy.. ,DNE i J318I39HHHHL I .
i. : :'t .:..?.qt; :;: ,ta.u .' :o1tta ..,!'.'..,, r'_. '"<
50 Extra Top Value Stamps j
There I is. rouil NO Vi C.N. LlUHT, .MI. "T YOUR CHOICE Limit I with $5 food order 1
Blue Bay Chunk Tuna 'h 1/ /1 1 1 1 I
only one IEii

I I I etsTr
r I I (fiQ
i 1 1 1 1 I J ', l.'. r r a

50 Extra Top Value Stamps ty)9!D

, | Fischers 0"'Black." Pepper Blue or White Arrow 1 I Heavy Duly Fob 1 I Pre-Sift d Pillibury' I 1 Buth't Bert Red I I STANDARD

I fotUriac t<">4 will !Ia ; 16
PiirinnaMa.ol.wu.ily BOX SAVE 20< I BOX SAVE 30* 15-Lb. BAG SAVE 20 1300 '
w.. 1 1W.lo.r SAVE' 5<*< i' -303 CAN SAVE 3Y *

W......p.-.... i. f i 1

: ;- AM7.016Z % 50 Extra Top Value Stimos
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"I 00011 AT 0'ANY T..u" 'WINN...uu.IXII aa..o 1-I. 1 I 1 1- 1/I 1 1- /I 1 1- I i 1, )'-.

1. Limit I with. $}. order or "more I Limit I with. $3 order ,
or more Limit I with }} order or1 mart l/mll' 3 with $3 oH r'er more ; limit 3 with $5. seder or meJl "
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I t k, >., i Star-Advocate

I Vrt "rt,1r ,
t" t:1'L 't' The Voice of' 2SOOO North Brovard County Residents

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GOP At High School Friday; Demos In Two Weeks

; gIi Political Conventions Her ::1:1F'rst

> cif two big political con in pi,i niv nt. (the f,r4 convtntion dining (the seek mlinfc xtnp"iiml |I'' ".

I'g' ;..\'J- < ,i v..', ntinns at Titusvilk I Ugh! ail) hf (o tin (rptiMliiun{ party nounally card lot ,'i 1...sand I err r 1\! ,il t l> "man Scarborough
"' The Di I ntic" ,'olw.'ntlun will dub iiittting' spuidli ns i I"" it" in lope voting mach
;': ?]\ Si "un/i w.li be next Friday afterman .
i I ft..How III ,iliuut two VMiks! '\' nts. dc. uI." w ..11 I h. u i 'i, ,r 'I Lit ,c-onventloniN will!! bo chduliil Students hav:' In'in 'lIet> mMIIIIHIH : ,11, i 1,111\\, 'In sieond convention
; J >I"' 'm \V ith many students involvttl ( hr, 1 30 I p n. FlULijr -.. stitpj iiikinn puliiical! *n ,tu,Eats! will have the oppor
:,y ,k trends in cmli of thorn Munyl tuiutj tu b'coine familiar vvi,ht'i
Miss To l Lave written U S. Senators and '- machines
Strange Demonstrate
fii'pirmnUtlvej, .,long fir their The
rampiigns. convention and
opinion 1 Miling!: lOre dis.gn 'd to attempt
Techniques In Oil Painting In the con\'f'nlun.! ktiuli..nln ti 11'Ip make. students more
I will present' the stiimgrst! i,null< 'imiliur, with elections. and the
Tin Tilusvillo Art League "IIIIt'ollll"l' I'niur.ity urt'iiinxn She taught dates fir president and M" I 1'llIt''rltlrl'1' leading up to them
( MIHS\ Nancy Strange asin ail in Ilimunijiiin lht.li Sihool ---------

< 'si artist t at (do coming inert her. a shun (hue IK'fon' ('ii in log
1 t Y \\\M\ on Ui-dnosdny (vpning.:. Hlriuiv >. to Hiivir I Junior ('nlkgoUe FACING GOLF COURSE
19 at SIM) O'dUl'k. Miss lira! must\, fortun.ite; to have 53 Fairway Circle
Strange will lecture and demonstrate thIs >'oinij' lily: teaching' the ad
A b."tH, view 0' New Smrnl's 11 hole Golf
r Corse and Club
Techniques In oil paint tilt art tlisi iffirol by llrevnrilJaniir
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0' mg tollimanil, tin If r the tCl"'e, 'from this new 2 story' home 3 bedrooms, 2 beths, 30-foot
.. She IH very well versed in her nponsomliii| nf the lltiiHvillc ArtIl'allill" living room, den, full dining room and double etrporte a
a subject. and her background In I Inc house planned for people who enjoy Florida lJylng It its best)
art is trememlotn She I hi a graduate l. All nuiuliiri\ and, all pi'rum Open 'for In'p.dion
of Huntington College, Mont inl!('n'SUM in art art Imtii-il, to
fiunury: Alabama, where she attend. this im'it ms It will beheld BUILDERSNEW
majored In art. She was prmi. l Y s. '..dI' dint of Women's Honorary ('0\111\ wliuh IH heated: Just 1 iiiith ""I i iln.. Phont: GA 2S62
rt rtf rtiijir was in Who Who. and was him library
: entry member of many lUlUI"ilil's. n ______
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yty f She studied oil palming and
t history of oil painting at the
New Smyrna Beach 'I ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORSCommercial

Local Seaman Aboard Industrial

.fp1.. 'w..F.pi. iI I iI i USS Newport News OPENHOUSE House Wiring and Fixtures

I ei Ronald I', Young, seaman apprentice licensed In VolutU and Brivard Counties ant Molt Cities
USN, son of Mr and In Thti Counti.sl|
i k4d Mrs Maxwell E. Young of SI:?

Vanguard Lane, Indian River ELECTRIC SERVICE OF N. S. B. INC.
a I E k City, Is participating In Oprr. ,
d t the
alan I Springboard" aboard the 107 N Or.nj. New Smyrn Beach
heavy cruiser USS Newport News Phone 421.2414

1 nd4 4LM in the Caribbean Sunday. Feb. 23)
The exercise, conducted an.
nually by units of the Atlantic 1 1TO5P.M.
Hi-ct tikes advantage of the ,.err NEW SMYRNA BEACH
favorable weather of the Caribbean S.. Friday's (Map showing 'following, available at Sunday Open House)
area to conduct amphibious STARADVOCATEFor FACING OCEAN:
landings and light training oprritmns Dttillt Modern, btdrtem, 2 bath homo, with Florida room, screened
4 porch and closed 0ar.ge. 117,500.
.... > (Shawn by Appointment) bedroom, 2 bath den; large
: : EVENRUDE RIVIRPRONTl 71D.So Dries \let our b.ach. $12.500, $400
IS THE BRIDGE: NEXT? The .HO.MELITE VUta. D.'.,. bedroom 'own.
attempted dynamitingof graphs above show in some detail the $2 million''instalJation. Buena e
the Florjda .East. ..C9i1st main line railroad just about Jt 2 bath homo; fireplace I Florida
Up -left-the'; huge draw, weighing 400 tons. LONE:STAR THUNDERBIRD STAMASDAN'S room and walled,, patio facing: Charming bedroom, with
three miles north of a brand new and very expensive Upper right, Tri-State Securities guard, Leon C. Ronce of m'n'' channel' screened porch and built.Ins.
railroad draw bridge spanning the Indian River has cre- Titusville, keeps constant vigil on his shift. Ronce is CORONADO SHORES) 103 Dune J 1 0,300 with IHO down.
ated much concern and more security measures for the looking at automatic draw switch. Bottom left, Bill Circle, only a few stop to the EDOBWATEROlder
bridge by FEC officials. The line last BOATHOUSE; IN(? beach and 'Indian River 1.
spur opened Just Lyerly of the Star-Advocate is dwarfed by huge gears house In good condition,
Monday amid picketing by FEC unions, is vital, according operating draw. Bottom right, Ronce stands at control bedroom, 2 beths, I drum kit fvrnlshtd, view of river; 4 bed-
to NASA The bridge connects mainland with MILA panel in control room where thousands of dollars worthof .,.,- chen.CLOSE reems, 2 baths, screened porch,
IN CVltom.bvllt, with .
where moon port is under construction.. The photoNEVVLY electronic equipment is housed.-S-A( Photo). COMPLETE F T SALES huge flrtplace: cypress paneling citrus. $7,000.CHOICE
- ----- $17 bedroom
U x f ft muter with HOME SITE
,t "7f Tides MARINE *'egJ&5>g ?,: SERVICE pried bits, Florida room, den I INLET SHORES: 71 x 160 ft. lot,
high LowFriday :.: 1 and double let J1M5000 magnificent view eMnlet, M.OOO.
",.y J ,,.
HAL HARRISS See Margaret Kllkna or Richard;! Paiton at
F.b. 21
2:56 a.m. 11:07: a,m. ARCHITECT
3:05: p.m. 9 38 p.m. .423-5563 City Yacht Basin New Smyrna Beach PAXTON REALTORS
Rtt Saturday, Fob. 22 138 North Causeway 41* Flagler Avenue, Beachtlde
4:06: a.m. 19:18 a.m. N.w Smyrna Beach, Fla. 12049 Phono GArd.n 8.4563 Phone 4211221 .r 4281142
4:16: p,m. 10( :44 p.m.
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I INSTALLED Mrs Helen Durian (left) serves

refreshments to the new Girl Scout neighborhood chair *

man, Mrs Lorraine Hirshberg following impressive SAVING

installation ceremonies at the regular February meetingof t

\I Girl Scout leaders in Blarney Castle.-Carlson Photo), h

; on all / ] C / Brand Paint Where "
J Buy Mi. t4

get AEE 4% per annum

.r ..O) IXTIA COIT All savings corn 3/?'e
and I both compounded q"orterlyand
INTERIOR LATEX WALL you get safety

PAINT. IIItaUNr. taseeq5o security plus} ) the convenience :

rbva5ee t
: M tAJMTV<=,"'I I
Un OtAIM; *WIT* of where bank !!
!4L. ICMCJUO)WA1M saving you CB

$6 .$2Me.tk4'. ..""'..,.of ....M ......1o

(Plus OM Free) GALLON


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404. Main Street AM 7-0731 AT BROAD TITUSVILLE


> 2-C TltusvllMPIorlcUJSMf( J Advocate Wednesday, February 19," W4 CIHCCIT COfRT OF TUBhUTIIK :
KOTfCT TO BBrrtD: : Ronald 7. Plaikon. it al, n<*frndauta band and teal of laid! Court at TltuavUU IN TIIC 4"IWII'J': see
,, -. TUE BTATi: ':; OK 1<'LUltUJA.oro: ", and the purpoaa of this aultla ), Bcevaril County Florida. h/kits Jtlel(4Ai ASU .119 ItkLIAD -
r AR ADVOCATE'S KUNAX4> J, PLAKKUN. a alncU to procure the entry of a Luar.afureclnlug thJa littti day. of February, 1WW. J.CUUU\. Jr."" .
MISTER BREGERCHRISTMAS I'.r..n wh,_ place ut rwldenu. .. a onrala 11I..II..u tCUL'KT ORAL"' ( lit lion.J. ,ho., nM.1
and Dual of tic* addre.l U 14$ Central from Ronald I. Pla.kon and Mary l'he.rrr7. 1S1.It"ATION .
Avenue, Turtla Creek; fannaylvaala M. 1..oa.. to First r.d.al Say Curtlt R. Barnta, Clerk. of I ha IaD4NY at LOYLhUI.
i Inga and Loan Aaaoclatlon of Indian Circuit Court oC Urevard :TU
Crossword Puzzle VARY M. PLASKO&T. a alnfUiwrton Hirer County dated April I JIM*. County Florida Addle Jonta, plalnlltt
TREES whoa plan of reatdanw raaoided In Official Record\ Book By Berth HallDeputy
I INC. and po.t off let siddrtaa la 613Uuntar ST7', pace 41, public racordt of lira Clerk ...
2. Inn. ]"rNll.y SAles > Ktata, ft ftmltb WUllam E. *on-.
tftmt. Turtle Crack l ana- yard County, Florida, upon ii,. following Def.DU"'C
1 Scorch 3. Fear Cynt'a :11. Dirk \. JAM m m"* aylvaola) ,dtaorlbed lands located InUrevard Attorneya for Complainant
S. Rom. date mother 24GratuiLy illy m m *. 3E/ w And all' unknown partita having : County Florida, daacrlbadaa Publlah four tlmet, .m..IYI TKJC STATE OF FLORIDA
9. Selected Radical :111.01". = or claiming to. have any lol..r.at follow: Feb 12 It\ 28 Mar 4 (W.d.J JIM: TOJ? WILLIAM K.' JONES. ..
10. Least 6. P.ra In any of the property hereinafter Lot Btctlon! 11, Indian Har Kealdenc. Vnkauwn: ...
26. tOC"t'atHdftllrabl.
neicrlbtd. boor Beaoa.. aocordlnti to Plat required I serve 'a ooyirof
You are
ot e. Covered spoke t, 60 Ct1JS017t10 You and each of you the above thereof reoorded In flat Book lo the Comp alnt for
litters with here n named and d..crlbed. Defendanta 16. pact e.. publlo recorda of :M!' >Tirr or INTENTION TOH your Anaver Benin be J'latnliefa
f ./ art hereby required to. and BrevarU Florida. ),(.ll>T..K KKTITIIK a NAME: Dlvoroe upon
12. Loathed powdered 27. En13 ? 1 appear County Q. Oarlaa Herbs 330: Hw
;.y i file In compliance with Hour BUI
Kind r your answer lo the ComplaintIn and the entry of a Decree that all Melbourne. Florida,
of earth elolu"h'ck v A i "IOCXO tblH came. and to deliver a copy right title. Inlereat. astute. claim No. 1115 Chapter Number 2119 i1. Om.vr. Avenue original In the offloe
tI. T.To box of 1.... of Florlila. Acta of 1941 tlwunilnnUned and file the
for 30exn20aD alien Anawer to Chat. E. Smith demand equity and resumption of ? 'of the Clerk of the Circuit Court at
H. Part of .. of Heath aid Smith Vera Heaob. the bows will reflnler with ekeClerk
Fuml\ce Jlo,.". w 1"to deaarlbed Uef! nilanu bo Tltunvilie. Florida, nn or before tba
be" tender 29. :Specked Florida. Attorney for Complainant barred and foreclosed; that the of the Circuit Court la Bra- and day of March liNVI. or a decree"
: AyMr IOGOOer on or bofur* the lath day of March' above described property. IMo aold yard County Florida, upon recwlat will\ be entered acalnalyou.
1:1.: Plaeewhen t. : oonfeaao
Beat :
aO Charact.t- C 1964, and you. am hereby notified under it.. direction of the Court.It of proof of publication of this pro
Jlquld enters 11. CubU tied aO.9nMt that, upon your failure to do ao, Ji further ordered that thin nonce, the following tlnlltloua .
channel meter by 38. Cut, at the allocution of iiald Complaintwill Notloe.to.. Cefeind 1M publlibeU once name, to-wlti. : The Cape Motel. under JA1'i'ftII.37. 10M.:
16. Eskimo 15. Lands ba taken. a> oonfeaaed. by you during each week for four aonaeoUIM which I am engaged In bunlneaa at
melody ge..s and a D or entered aaalnat you. | waaka' la ,the Tltuavllla Utar- 71 U Waahlnglon Ave, Tttuavllle. Clerk of Circuit Court
sheltersurrounded 31. Bhop! "/hI.u Florida, and that the undnralgnadU COL'HT BEAU
Tbla suit war inatliuted In and ta l lpundlnc Advocate a Aemrapaper puhll"had at (ClRCt'ir
19. River: Del&. by water 33.R4hastmed jirl's' In th. Circuit Court of lire, Tlluavllle JUwvard. County, lurlda.. tho only peraon Interested lo aaldb fly Bertie Hall
20. Offers for 17. Over yard County Florida aa Cue No.27W8 ..eln.... Deputy Clerk
: wool wqulninvnta"
IAleagaln lash under lt.. title, "Klrat FederalHavlnxa ::'::'' f.U''J.w' for auuh publication. Dated at Tltuavlllo Florida thin Ian. M Feb 8, 12. lit (W....) '*.
I L 1 5. I a and Loan Auoctatlon ofbidlan Tin day nf Feb, AOJ 1JM.
Before Ji: River County, a Called WITNESS the Honorable Curt, Phillip Jlulla Remember pay your Piper Boy
23. L.ugMng t. tatea corporation, Complainant vi': H. Barnea Clerk of thin .Court my Feb. 12. ID, 26. Mar, t HVed. 19C4.
25: Preftx to .0 II I

names Scotch '6 ., -r / DID THE /'WCUv WHY PIDNT' YOU PO J WAS BUSVPOINO


IroquolaaIndians THI9 PROJECT \ TILL THE MST //VmUTE T.' THE

,Ie 01 'a '.
32. Particl. MEMBER ?!

3.. To.end out 7HR 1'B
from the 10 LI 1& "A promotion awaits the man who figures out SOMEway

35. Bushes37.8ponieh country -// 'l/.10': u L4 to spread our Bales more evenly ovet"the

year .e

Uncle 15.sb. n I.. I' M t'3S. I

Type of .
tin plate u. : .. ouch thoughtless, Inconslderat,
1'1 TIIEIBet' If fill RT SJSTKH
39: Engtne: Se. 11 seilish.pigs? mt 141. C'I"I.t I'r. iv .lyD Foe
to.5 ,
41 Hazards child ISH"'II tarter,, ". STATE: UI'
navigation This morning] I ,took my I.OHII' %, IN ('II.INC'r.Ht. X2.19
.2. Fat ill 30 +o to, the < enllst. While waiting X7IW1KLATHL'HH e

.3. bo.c ,in the*reception room I picked SAVINGS BANK aNew
= .1 4& York corporation,
\ : ; Up a brand newt'magazine and) ... Plaintiff
... Broad -
d 44 to"'read fascinating arti- JAMES PLX'KETT; !: et at i.
Dow' began a TRIXiL YbU Gee, i PS; >NTKtoow It t3ETT'ER t.ET

1. Accuse tie,, I turned to page 138 for the NOTICE OF /"l Oeftnilant If CAN'T' iRgB A >t>u cauiptfrPO JTCO BEFORE

,a.//.: continuation and to my disgust THE!: STATE OF FLORIDA 1 5'YOUR HANDN THAT/ MQM 6EESMEJr
TO: Jatnia Fuikett and Elisabeth '
I found the bottom halt of that T, J'uck..U.II.. wife, whom dr A.1,1.
realilenct la 4.T Kant: 4MhHirevl I
page ripped out Savannah Ooorila, and I OO
Later I went to the beauty William Jamee Rnblnann, Jr.and p
Anny. S. Roblneon, his
Ann Landers hop. While under the dryer I wife, whott rtfcldenca la un

picked another magazine I known. 1
up 00
j. Notice la hereby liven that bolt .
: tried 'lied the article promotedon ha. been fllvd In the above Indl
rated, Court ma lint you and each.
Hand the cover After 10 minutes of of you, and agoin.t Albert A Zennaand
w Don't Bite The frustration I discovered that the Virginia: i. Z na*, his ic- tlie
2 zo
title at which cane I I. aa above 1
entire article had been torn out. ihown.

bunt people realize that mag- You are hereby required to file
your .aoawer or written (letenaa.. If
Btlnei In ouch places are purchased any In the above prooredlnw with

Dear Ann Landers: You are in I have never given Craig any for the pleasure of everybody the copy Clerk thereof of thlt upon Court the and plalntlff'aattorneya In iwrvea 6Cr00D

the newspaper business so maybe reason to doubt my faithfulness.Yet WhAt sail of people tear whnae name and addreaa

'ouiknow the to this he docs not 'trust"me and I herenn, on or before the
answer out pages from magazines whichdo r.trry: : of March, liMM. the natureof pleb IS'THERE VESAIF

one. am'a nervous wreck *over bU not belong to them? Please thla procrn.llng being a ault to YOU NEED IDEA, 4td PiN6 SOMETHING LOUDER

1 am an active member of accusations\ and violent out. ,tell me. -. FROTHING foreclose the followlnf the lien dencrlbed nf a mortgage proporty alt-nn ME FOR DUDLEY. I 91g6 yVUYWNT? BEJJ,!

cle/en .organizations. Anyone bunts of temper. Dear" Frothing: You told ME to ate wit In: Ilrtvard County, Flurlda, ANYTHING, / Glut DINS

who; knows me will tell you I It I am five rninutes'Jat; getting .""thoughtless, Inconsiderate Lot 3, Block R AtMAR Bt'B- A.BNNATHY MR. 7pIU6 I

work diligently fur a long list of out of the, office (he picks ittiiah pigs." Ins DIVISION to map SECTION or plot thereof A. accord-re.rnrded 1l( nTH P Y

worthy rcnusfs. I currently hold Jtic, up and drive me home every Ann Landers' frank and Informative 31V. .Public. in Plat Kerorda Hook of II llrevard, Foe : 1J ) j IoN613ELI.N r

two pi eibidencles, three chairmanships evening) J e want to know'' who new book "Teen- County, Florida. JpI1Wa
and I'm serving on detained m!. .Last week Craig Aflers And Sex" ($293)), Is now yule Hrevard. County Slate of FlnrMa > >

',on boards .twisted my arm and Insisted I available at your book store. / thla 10th day of February, 11414.ICOl'RT \ X
As you know all organizations tell him "ever/thing"\ when a Ann Landers will be glad to CURTIS\ R. BARNES

npprec late newspaper publicity young .fellow helped me the cllrr) help you with your problems. Clerk By Bertie of the Hall Circuit DC. Court uP".5'n y d 'PAzC

eipcelally pictures. The some ,boxes, to the cor. kid Bi'hd them to her' in care of this ROR8M! WIGHT A BUUFOltD X19Iii

takes was an errand boy. J was not American National Hunk Ill photographer who usually newspaper enclosing a stamped, P. O. Box 11SH8nt. -

pictures-of( the club women in only' hurt but insulted: Bttf-addressed! ei velope. Petrraburi :M: Florida IWANT MA. THEN SCRUB THE NOW I'LL GIVE I'M FINISHER) POSS. EVERYTHING _

our city 'was sent over yesterday I love" Craig but J'm..otraid .of Feb Attarnryr U 19.for 20! .Mslntlff Mar. 4 Wtd..) 19114. m __ AE4ERNATHY ( F/AORSANp EACHROOMA THE HOUSE IS CLEAN AND TIDY"!
to photograph our officers. him. He says after we're mar I

When he taw me he said "What tied he will be sure at tpe and BJGIuTER>MirirK: or Kit iNir.NTiov Tl JIDI'H NAVE TO : LEGAL PADS Dig: Supply, 35e :u( CV OFI'LL WASH, FIRST DUSTING Cn'

you again: ?" I replied, "Why there Will be no, reason for In compliance with Ifoiwit DillNo. ALLTHH r re )
11711. Chapter' Number. 2U1I5a. Advocate Office.WHOLE. t
don't you just shut your mouth Jealousy. PO you believe it? Jaws of Florida Acts of 141,, theunieralcned DISHES, ;

and do your job young man?" MOLLY will reflmtr with the ]
Clark o( the circuit Court' In Prevail
I Will Ann, you should have Dear ?Molly! No, "don't be. ,! County. Florida, upon the tIbU LIFEINSURANCE
riurlpt of proof of publluatlnn f>
"'en what I looked like in that Ucve It. And Uy4iu do, you're notice. the following flcUUoui

newspaper picture. He caughtmy nape' toU: Jitaearch Realty, Mot'
an idiot. A man who twists .... under whlota J am engaged In B Gat g O
profile mouth wide open your arm during courtship\ could real elate brokerage at 225 Uilanda Rates Starting Ai I
and looking like rungs led (Rt. tol) rttuarllle! Florida and Low At:
my wring after marriage.Don't .
your neck that lh. unrtertlined la the only uouiSfR061vAY
I believe' he tampered with the expect marriage to .."NO. Interested In aald bualneaa.Bated Age 8
pro- 2'0i
Florida. thlaJltb
at THutvllle.
ngative'because I do nut look duce a magic cure for'what ails day nf January, A.U. 1M4.! 20 2.37 per $1,000 Annually
like that oat all. DONE IN Marti* I. OunaJal. IS 3.17 per $1,000 Annually
this character. It won't happen. 20. Ftb. 5. 13. It Dear Done: It wasn't the HAROLD A. STANEK & C ,' Iwt,

negative, sister it was the sub. Landers I determined Business Sizes i 1 r f

ject My ,only suggestion is this: to get this.letter in the AIM Kraft Envelop with clasp 117 BROAD STREET : T ta

Never Hie the hand that photoiraphi mail while I'm still 'ste minJ. for mailing. Full"stock at Star- 247-2192 d )2

you. My question: Why are people: Advocate. 1

I -, 2bV '
Dear Ann Landers: What! can \

I do wIlt a hot-headed jealous I


I :
LAST 12:3t Ch. 4 New, Hbbert Trout J Z ;
TIMES 14:JU C'h.: 1 Truth or Conaeo.uenceaCh. Friday I IZ
TONITE 6 Search for Tomorrow -
<'p I rather Knowa II.., :MOHMXiCh. llW
U 45 ('h 4 I.lfht 8 HA 2 mmnaatlc
WtathtrIMA : : ,,'
THEATRE. TITUSVILLE {:NI: Ch.: 6 TC.wa.pool.tutorial;I 111 it ('b. i Neva, Ray Mihtrtr 8:11: ft. 2 Nunnhlne Almanac
Cb. B lilki Ch. I N***, Weather a 311:: (h. J Florida Hlnlory : '
:20 C'h. S Newt. Mnofl
OPEN 4:30 FEAT. 7tS-f:25 .':au Ch. t Newt.. ItunLkyarleklryen. ',. 4a.Ch. '1 Girt Talk 111I: Ch. :2 Today. ij ,,
S News.. Waller. rtodHUeCh. ; I Ernl.. ford Ch. Operation Alphabet' : A%
hoe (:b..: Focal II Huiwhlna Alraiuuu
DEAN Wewa.. Ron coo ., ; ; 7:30: Ch.
CO.SI.a/'Muolcg/ '!!<. rl': :' .,.Ch; 4 a.llenasi Ch. Mlikle ": v.n. Lila
ASKS THE HOTTEST : rtfeputy it. tiCh. i (19,1.. : M 'WorM Turn. 7:45: Cb. s Carloon eat. 11 rII +
'Ch. a ;
7:XI 1\ ( .., Paw F.nn.1I
i Pear.
QUESTION I3n. 1:05: Ch. S Newt, Weather
OF THE (DAY: Olgnn'R.ly., .
< Cheyenne'" I .:t! Pb. t Ct.Mloon. DealTa,1 1'r ('11. Captain "l\IIar04l<
"Who's BeenSleeping J:, Ch. I .Ilmllk' a'lor.Faml 'f g I 311 es.. 0 Cartoon
7 t d 4 Faaewurdt
C*. S CHfc) J ('h. a DuUe" e AM 'glut ; Cb. t America: Ilimory" '"
4:00: Tatty '10'1'KaWl.r
I 18 tH.: I News
., : *
.:1It .Ch. '' e' Ch. 0 JbxaroUe: for Women
1 1 ..tt'B/ | f>o Mai
5:10 Ch. 1 Carloona
3eaalaaYr J'b.llarn.rs1, ulOI.r : i Party :
in My s 4 ':GG <<"b.. S 1 loverly EeplonsCn. | ,.1. 1 IIEllllee'Co. Ch.<< t I.y In Court 1:00: Ch.Ch. 2 a Hale Hi.mp.-r Hlorm Room

/ lien 1.M cb.!; 5 Me we. LJa Uowardii 10:00: Ch. 2 Ray When
1 Cittf :
Bed Jt $ v lia.!! t Loretta Vouitf IIc
(:.30 Ch. Slick Van Dyk. 9"I. 1, lIIW: > Oh.: S Manny Klye 1.:1C C*. **.., F.dwariUI. 10:23: Ch. 2 N.*., H.lwln Ntwmanth.
% Ch. C'hannlna ... C.h. t lou J>en't flay IItSO 2 Word for Word ., .ill.
: S New*. Wavtttef. Oh.4 E"of- Ch. 1 I Love l.urvC'h. .- -.t-- .- -- -
u'0)CCO. HnbrtYot NUhth.
I :'.' [eI'] 'J,_ 1 eat
J \'jf'J.'III[ Newt. <<<> a < liMn far A Day ( December IlrliUh
eur.eet. Ch. S New*. Sports tattler HMTo.) I Matub Aametla. 11:00: <' 2 ConLemrallonC'h. sir DOWN.SLAT4. GIVE IT TO YOUR FATIGUE AND LETHARGY 0-140W-NOT GOOD 3I ,'
I en. u M'3: O Ch. 1 N"... Uportt Waalbaa- .4 amnt MtormCh. ( McCoy. 6FE I-t HAVE SOME ME QUICK, ARE EKf>LAIN D BY A BLOOP PlSCWCH.I '01010000 POC Q : \
BJUAN g fflCoJlH 11:10 Ch. S ldltarU.IUA : 5 Trallmaatnr ('h. 1141ce 'la night OOT Sea ABOIR Sb61E RATHER BAD 00C : SENT SPECIMENS IO THC LAa V0 ( ,artriullrJu

i NYC NA 500 tl MtRH MN* UH aY FOsTtH StOCAIIOI : Ch.. S* Weather Movie' 'gallon"Ch. Andy Wllion 4:91: Ca. I K._. ..and.r :Vaaaeuc4JM 11:30: Ch. 2 Mlatlne Link TESTS HE TOOK NEWS 100. 'G7"4 THE REPORT IS KCT COOO AT ALL / irl; rte J"I
: Cb. IJIurna and Allen Ch. ( Pete anil OladyaCh. ( r
BURNETT rrr 11. :30 Ch. S Johnny Canon Ch. a t'ncle Wall << I Object It .
Ch. > Movie "Tb. Time, Th
liW Ch. a 'Deal of OrouchoOa. htit
LAST J'Ute and the Jlrl" 41 uckleberry llaundh. .\)'T r.R ltly
- --- t Wronco13S 12:00: ( h.I: Your Flnt Impra.nlunC'h. \
CROWN TDNT6 Thu/fday Ch. :2 (Ireateat ailllret I-ov of Life .
'::3O: Ch. 2 NewtcopeCh. Ch. I Coven Key
6 Leave It to DevtrNHillT 11:28 ('h. 1 N..., Itohrrt Trout
MOHMVOOl ; UIO:: 'h. 2 Truth or Ciwavqurncta
DRIVE-IN TITUSVILLE a ) Ch. I Bllmnnitlci 4:00: Ch. 8 1'1.' .'. Kportt. Weather ('h < 8 urvh. for Tomorrow
6 Vt Ch. 9 Hunahln. Almaatc.M Ch. 9 Ne... Rporta, Weather ('11. Father Know licit.
SHOWN TWICE 7:05-11:05: : Ch..: t Florlila Illatory ':111 Ch. II Editorial 12-411 <'h. Uulillni Light
taut, < ... t Today 4.911: Ch. 5 Newt. Hporta liM ('h. t New*. Hay JIclta..r j
Ch. S Film r..h.,.. 4.3U:: Ch. S New. .. Huntley-Brlnklny :.utl Ch. IN..... WtkthcrCh. .
7:30: Ch. I ItunahUe Aim.... Ch. S New', Walter Cronklia I Girl' Talk
Ch. > Mick Xvam: Ch. a ?<..... Ron Cochraa Ch. .:rnl. Ford xn
T:41 Ch. 4 Cannon. 4-41: Ch. It Knchaated: Mirror 1:18: ('II. 2 rocuaCti.
T:M Ch. 0 New, Weather ':00 Ch. 2 KlflemaaCh. a Itt:: J,8cleae.
1 a 00 Ch. 4 Captain Kangaroo' a Huntlni and riahlnc Ch. 4 At tbt World Tuna .
a:1IO: Ch. ( OarisoaaSiUO Ch. 1 Vlr.lnla llnya Ch. II N.wa, Dove r.nn.ll t O rK A FAVOR, COC-1ELL ri'! BlAT S Cllt,5 47 4 ,/
0 Ch. t Olvaro CnurtCh. ':3//) Ch. 2 Jonathan WlnteriCh. 1:45: Ch. t Cartoon HOWiHOW MUCH TINE LAO, SON / HI SAtO Al.LTMi
America* HleloryCh. d Paaaword 2:1111: C'h. 2 Ltl' Make a Deal SM NO, AW Kff, TM ft&6MO5lSPlge HAve r 3or. oR iN7 rr TlM I60T IM T e I
+ t Eaertlte tat Womta ('h.I fllniatnna Ch. I Ann (mthrrnfh. I. ISN'T VERY CHEERFUL" THAT BAD ? THIS WO UPI ,
.,:II Cb. S Carlaaa ':00 rJi. "awhlde. ':'8 -Nfwa,, Floyd Kalbcrfh. *
FOR V:HO fh. Oale merni. Ch. t Donna Reed ::1:10:: 2 Dnclora' mm SI* t'afrr
Ch. 4 Romper. Steam. 1:80: Ch. 2 Dr. KlldareCh. Ch. C Hour Party AAONTHS
LOVE 10:M CII..2 Sine. ..Whenb. 9 My Three Mom Ch. I Day In Court
4 INn. Mike Wallace ':(X) Ch. I'errr MaannPh. 1:85: Ch. t N.wa, LI.. HowaM
Ch.: 1 panlah" < C aUenany ""*.. 0,00 **. t Loreit Yawn MiU
1028,: ch.: Mesa Edwin' N..muIO:3 5:811: 7h. 2Maa.l Ch. 1 To Tell ,in. TrathCh.
MONEY' : ('h. 1 Word for Word leo Ok :2 Vrry Come I General HotpttaJCh.
Ch. 4 I Love Lucy 'b.C: Nurae. Stilt 0 N..., EdwMrd. (
ftt t December" 11:01,: fib I CoaXMOUatUwb. 11:00: Ck. 2 Mews. Kanrt.*. Wtalhw Ch. Rilf' of Might 1-
THHMARi ftilfSlIU.IIIIISI.JflUIWIIAI'lIlLMnl11J <:' 4 McCayt4.'h. f0. It ....... Hob. Young Ch. TrallmaaUT
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'In The French Style'Jn "ronrVue"fmprMttoi eTti. a Weather, Andy Wllao ( Riverboat t1- l 10
a:00 Ch. 1 1 1:30 iTh. Johnny aTaeaon 1:21: ('b. I Xonwnla In flport
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Wednesday, F.bru ry II, 1141 TlhuvllU (Florid.) Star-Advee.ta page 3C
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Honor SocietyFor THURS. moJrRm

SAT. .j

Junior HighParkway
PTA metlast Monday 1 1w
night, February 10, at 8,o'clockin 1
the school cafetarlum The ,
theme of the meeting WM ,
Founder's Day and in keeping
with this theme an Honor Society 1050 W. KING ST.
was founded at Parkway Junior

High.Emerson Wilson was.tht organ. 1 w .s1 .jt5: .. 0 COCOA QUANTITY RIGHTSRECIJtVKD'
izer of the Society, which will install .
rl !
all A student Eighteen
students were Installed Monday! -. _
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night.A skit. was presented by four HONOR SOCIETY Pictured above are .Johnston eighth; Cathy Burr, seventh; U. S. GOVT. GRADED "GOOD" BEEF!
of the Parkway teachers Mr,. members of the Parkway Honor Society, Harry Bell, Seventh; Joe Kyle, eighth;
Clara Acres, Miss Grace Thompson who were installed at a Parent-Teacher (Second: row) Louis Straum, eighth;
Miss Doris Eauer, and Mrs. Association meeting at the school cafe- Wayne Kud ins, eighth; Susan Richards, STEAK
Sharon Covlngton, dopicting PTA torium Monday evening Left to right eight; Marianne Cowan, ninth; Leslie CHUCK ._
meetings In 1897 and 1964. front row) Allen Herring, eighth; Irish Browa, seventh; Sandy Treads-ay, ninth;
Lloyd Gray was appointed Peebles, seventh; Andy Hill, eighth! ; Mar- Regina Gregory, njnth; Jay Dehmlow, AOUND .SIRLOIN
chairman of the nominaUng committee linda Wyatt, seventh; Jeannee Elwitk, eighth. (S-A Photo). ___
with Mrs. Joseph PomU seventh; Janice Parner, seventh; Cheryl ROASTk. }
assisting, to select candidates: for
the election of new officers for .
next year. Capt. Rozon In Training On OkinawaArmy : HAPPY .- C
Refreshments were served and BIRTHDAY I
Alan E. Roams, 30, Okinawa.
the meeting adjourned at 9:II. mm nIB. ,,1)" I
Victor P. The Air Force will jravjileclose ( '
son of Mr and Mrs. Thursday, February 20
the Park to
The next meeting ,
PTA will be March 0, and Rozon, 113 Pinccrest Ave., Tltusvillc air support during: the exercise Mrs. R. O Hartman ''f' ;, .
way is participating: In Exercise which is scheduled Jo end .
the main business will be the election Phyllis Webb
QUICK RELEASE, an Feb. 25.Captain 1
of new officers. The theme
draining Reaon is commanderof Mrs. J. A. _
Ariny-Navy-Air a
for the meeting will be, "A Tribute Wffr) I
to Science". exercise on Okinawa. Headquarters Company, IX Friday, February 21 %, UI"S;
During the first phase of the Corps Okinawa.;\ 'lie entered \ w"
operation, a 25th Infantry Division + .the Army in 1953 and was stationed Mrs. Jesse Carlile
I Local Seaman Serves Task Force was airlifted te in Monterey,Calif., before Garnet M. Heller
, Aboard USS MurrayWilliam Okinawa where they picked up arriving on Okinawa in'November Mrs. Melvin W. Wags FLA. or GA. GRADE "A" WHOLE "WESTERN"
heavy combat arms and equipment 1903 on this tour.of duty. Penny Ann Levitt SEAN
K. Arnold seaman apprentice transported to the Island The captain f is a 1852 graduate Betsy Ann Grimm
USM, son of Mr and by ships of the Military Sea of Carlisle Military High School Frank Roof
Mrs.1 Henry K. Arnold of Titus- Transport Service They will Bamberg, S.C. and attended Joe Haser PORKCHOPS "r.4 ;
\ille is serving aboard the antisubmarine join military personnel attachedto Clemson (SO Agricultural Col- Patricia!!! Ann Gibbons FRYERS
warfare destroyer V S. Army, Ryukyu Islands lege.
, USS Murray, operating out of In simulated anti-guerrilla warfare
Norfolk, Va.Murray In the Jungles of northern

is currently on duty submarines. ____________ Skillet '
with the Sixth Fleet in the Med Her crewmembcrs have had C I
iterranean area. She is equippedwith the opportunity to visit ports in C
the latest equipment needed Spain and France during the current I
to seek out and destroy enemy cruise 29 (FIRST

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Buttered Roll. lB.


U Ttie Fish You Can Eat 10-OZ.

Col Bu t.r Slaw* Frcncfc Flos'W'.T.'GRANT'CO' 3 3c JAR

AT MEETING-Mrs. Frances Jamieson (center) spoke to SLICED
members of the Indian liver City Woman's Club this -- (Limit: One With Your lEtS or Mon Food Order, Pleew)
week. Mrs. Ted Pope, club secretary is shown at the "FABULOUS"FAB
left and Mrs. William Johnson, program chairman, at Plrtl. Plaza Tltusvllle
the right. (Photo by B.) Breakfast
2 Sgt. Myhand Took
1 I Part In Exercise'WinferTrack'


Army Sgt. Solomon Myhand,,
u: 30, son of Mrs. Mattie B. My Stepped up in size, stepped up in performance c

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II Division field training maneuver -"' Ibs.
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l 0 ended late in January.The ftl'' J t 't :
included all FRESH"
exercise phases ....... "LEAN AND
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1.\\ tactics under simulated battle GROUND BEEF FRENCH FRIES3ge

.. conditions. The severe winter 141t .
,'. cold provided a thorough test for C .
>I'' both soldiers and equipment. 1 1 2LB.

Sergeant: Myhand a wire team 2ge
I I'' chief In Headquarters Company BAG
I of the dl.lsion'12nd Brigade near Ib. : .
.tl Baumholder, Germany entered
il it> the Army in August 1954 and ar- J _
n rived overseas on this tour of ___ "FOREMOST" ALL FLAVORS
,it> duty last March. LEAN "WESTERN"SPARE
: :
I I The sergeant is a 1954 graduate ICE MILK3ge
ti-- of Titusvillc High School. His .
(* wife, Sumiko, is with him !in Ccr- I I I
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Rocket V4 or doBar-Mrinc Eeon-0-Way V-6!And AT Wait OLD 0llf/tt
moN models to ctooM from. al prim that itart BACON BEEF LIVER
lower than etee.See your.olds Dealer BOW...step
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At The .

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every ohry. No. 1 No. Orange 701 S. Orlando St.
4 Tiny Lights In 2872 E. Conway Rd. Hollianna Shopping CenterTITUSVILLE

NANwN1 "II",,...t with.. j WALL.HANGING CenterMELBOURNE 532 Park Ave.COCOA.
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