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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 21, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
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Original Plan


Jess CHMu! finance chair:
Planning ProgramBrevard
'all for Greater Pride Inc for

ih' proposed civic center, last
IhI":)" shod the first ray ot hope

Brevard County Commissionhas gram. The action took place yes' sligatod the program: and offereda for the same purpose, but tho i iO( the civic center, the grand:
set 1 aside $14,300 to initiatea terday in commission session resolution, calling for the use plans fell through. pr Pte'tt of Pride
new full time planning pro Commissioner Lee Wenner In of the money set aside last year lulilrr t in hit report, told
Wenner called for the luring of n inbiM in HPssiun at the Wo
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a lull nine planner with a suit \nun Club building he had

consisting of an engineer and a [liumrmx commitments to the
Titusville Is Found"Wanting" tune' (if JJiOOOO: toward con-
secretary, to be housed, as Wen
s
tlrmtmn of tin' civic ei'titircom-
ner said "probably with the
auditorium iccrvationuuMing
miinltv '
I East Central Florida Regional ,
Council here in Titus
Planning Jack !I.al kl, building chairman
In Poll villc, temporarily, since they will GLAD THEY WON Some of the local I isburv were the top members in "bringingin (for the civic center, submitted In

be working hand-In-hand." Jaycees, who attended the Panama City memberships and will have their namcs his written leport, several archi-

Titusville like King Nebuchad facilities." educational program To me thisis It has not been decided as yet Javcee Conference last weekend, are engraved on the trophy Left to rightare tect's rl'III1'rlnts! : of what a civic
nezzar thousands of years ago, Spencer said the evident feel. amazing and a bad situation" where the additional funds will shown here during a presentation ceremony Jack Miller vice president; Steve (liter. with a :ating capacity
has been TE'KEL: "Thou art Ing of the majority of the peoplewas The things liked most about Ian night State Vice-Presldent Puntano, secretary,, Jim Ileitzel, director; of 1,000 to 2,000 people could
weighed in the balances, and art "we know what it needed, Titusville were: friendliness, come from to support this plan.. Gene Roberts is shown right presentingthe Dale Freeman, director Sam Bedding- I'M like.
found wanting," (Daniel 6:27)). realize it takes time, but we feel climate, location and churches. ning council, but Wenner suggested district membership trophy to Titus- field v'Ice-pi'esidcnt, Don Matteson vice- George Arnold, recruiting 5
cities In the t togo
Titusville Jaycees have tabu. that progress toward bettermentis The dislikes were streets and getting county ( ville President Earl Spencer. The local president; Bert McIntosh parliamentarian chairman offered to a group for
along with the project, "sinceall
lated the percentages of the proceeding too slow." sidewalks no social or cultural will benefit from the planning organization won the trophy for havingthe ; Joel Kirkland, treasurer; Salisbury, coniiili ration.. Idea of raising
Community Attitude Survey The survey forms had items of attractions no parks and recre council be said.J !: greatest increase in membership in the Spencer and Roberts.-(Neven Photo) the seating capacity up to 3,009
which they distributed through: public convenience and necessity ation, future city planning, poor, 7th district George Arnold and Paul Sal- 01 more, saying that he person-
the Star-Advocate a few weeks lit ted, and places to check unreliable service of merchants ally felt that the 1,000 to 2,000(

ago, have analyzed them and whether these were very good, and employees unattractiveness (seating capacity) would soon be
computed the percentages in adequate, inadequate or "don't of the business district. too small and inadequate for the

what proved to be a tremendous- know". The things the people stated "Every Effort" MadeTo expected population of North
task For example Water supply: 24 need to be done most were: street )Urrvard. "Let's think big," Arnold
Of the survey sheets distributed percent of those returning their and sidewalk systems, general ( !told! member! in his suggest!:
the Jaycees, had about 20 forms said water supply was clean and renovation recreation ion,
percent returned. This may very good, 24 percent adequate, facilities, civic center, shopping
sound small but actually in national 48 percent Inadequate four per facilities and attitudes of mer Collect FEC Tax This additional) seating capacity
with also the Idea of adding
averages, a 20 percent re cent didn't know. chants, and hospital facilities. \ 'F'i
turn on something like this Is Of 48 items mentioned Postal p.ice for the Public Library to

very good service gathered the most "very D Nash Brevard County as one payment and sent another lie homed u there, has raised thi
Earl Spencer President of the good' votes, with 52 percent. Seek More Funds Tax Collector, told the Star-Advo check for the remainder of tlio cost figures from the original:
Titusville Jaycees and Herman The Public Library receivedthe cate yesterday that .1 I have tax: bill is payment "under pro- S.3QOi)0!: ) to sproimatcly $1 t million

Chandler Jaycee chairman of largest "adequate" votes, as done everything that I can legal test" at what t the FtC: Ilailrnnl, J
The project, said yesterday. J they?, 60 percent were satisfied- with the For, Juveijile vljrdoo\ collect t bark (sites owes/ Assessment! Board, ,called unfair' j; T/I./ *,('lImu'uttu; decided to con-
i'' were both amazed at both 'the library cervices the county by Florida East Coast assessment. ; "", 'i\ std)( ardutects and get Ideas on t
number of returns and the qual The "inadequacies"' were recreational Facilities HereJuvenile Railway" This year the check was for { the cost of a civic center module '
ity of constructive criticism" opportunities, streets $ 'only the 23 percent that it deems eWi ul which would later develop Into 1
"We expected a lot of jokers sidewalks public meeting places Counselor Jim Luce Nash's statement was In answer fair and just assessment." a center to scat: 3,000 to 4,000
to Brevard County Com mission
playgrounds, parks'and picnic Presently FEC I if in litigation
taking the opportunity to vent s peofili; house recreation areas;
and the backed up >by Juvenile Judge resolution yesterday morn Leon for what it i
areas, public restrooms against County
their feelings against consolidation ct:mm ill to mc-eting rooms, etc.
theCounty
asked "
general and attractiveness Virgil B Conkling, ing calling for Nash to proceed calls "unfair assessments"Nash
appearance
but we were pleasantly .. Commission yesterday Arnold moved that data be giv-
to make effort to collect
every
the As
said of community said that he Is powerless
surprised, Spencer "By tn Architects and that several!
for additional allocation, over this .,
and large the'ast majority of ,many as 94 per cent said these an money. to collect the taxes, and laid the proposals be received hum them
budget providefor
the original to
these sheets were filled with items were inadquatc for the detention The 1962 tax money, delinquent\ responsibility on the State Comp CONGRATULATIONS Don Matteson (left) congratulates within 43 days..
constructive criticism "The really surprising thing," a matron new since 19C3, 1 1 in trolier'i office in Tallahassee Hcrtzel
good was paid part pay Jim who was presented the! Cannon Also at the meeting Mrs. Jack
home.
These people not only had thingsto Spencer said "was in the 'I don't ment earlier this year. Nash was Commissioner Gus Faulk said Award for outstanding leadership at the Panama City Lanka
,
president of the Junior
out the original
say of what the city needed, know' categories. In schools, primary Luce pointed advised by (tie attorney general this morning that a letter halt Convention.-(Neven Photo).
Woman's Club
for male attendants told i'ride that
but they went to the trouble, grades through high school allocation provided office not to accept the check. been sent the Comptroller Ray
some even attaching additional as many as 60 percent said they :! only, but has found The total bill is for approximately Green, the Attorney General and the club had K200 they wouU
sheets, to suggest ways and didn't know about the staff; 28 that no men will take the job $329000. Governor Bryant, with a copy to Faulk Won't Run Urges PeopleTo donate ttdelra)' expenses oturchiteetuiat
means of obtaining the needed percent didn't know about the without a woman attendant for Nash, asking them to aid Nash ; work, The pro
girls. The hesitation of the For many years the FEC has in collecting the money This was ctcdwtre those realized from
moo, for obvious reasons, has paid 23 percent of its assessmentBclkLindscy dune in lieu of yesterday's resolution tie Winter Carnival held earlier
Roberts Announces CandidacyFor created the necessity for a woman Take More Interest Gov'tCominiasioner this mortih.

to take charge of female HasG. Faulk said that the commission Also the Junior Woman's Club
I juveniles in detention at tho realized that Nash had done all/ Gus Faulk yesterday presented a check to Hay Led
Area County CommissionerD home. Washington Sale that he could da and I that it was rushed away the clouds ford I'rldo treasurer, teprvsent

Judge Conkling told commissioners Belk,Llndscy in Titusville Shop up to the comptroller's office to of doubt t in many J people's minds IHR 100 percent of the club's
; tile county was fortunateto handle the collection of these about his part in the coming: /
m'mhera. associate
Gene Roberts 32-year-old ping Center Is offering a store. as membersof ;
resident of Titusville, today announces have un experienced man like wide variety of merchandise In taxes piliricirv dictions, puiticularly Greater I'ricle.! This is the
his candidacy for the L E, Simpson as superintendent celebrating George Washington's "By articles In the morning those< interested in running for thud organisation; to have 100vor't'nt
1 1s cf the juvenile detention home press, it seemed that we putJ the seat: he now holds the
Board) of County Commissioners: birthday anniversary membership, others
North Brevard), and added that Simpson strongly D on the spot at yesUnlay's raiiU: announced to fellow being Whispering: Oaks Caiden
N 1 (
in District
They have several pages of advertising commission meeting Faulk
the Democratic Primary recommend another couple and cummiijtK I nun and the! public Club und the I'llot Club
ti
subject has contacted a man and wife In today's Star.Advo' said "We clarified our ""n that he definitely will not be a Mrs. Ike
team trained' m the job of caring tate, pointing out the bargainsat in this matter with the letters candidate for county commission the Rlgcll, president of i
Eastern Titmivlle Garden
educated at Club rep.rtt'd *
lie was Green We
reduced furnitureto sent to Comptroller
and'' for juveniles in situations such as prices-from in the> May primary or 'for any that
Kentucky Stale College 11'detenUon men's clothing, from appliances realize that the Tax Collector can planting of palms
Campbell College\ in North Caro- Is experienced to books, from household legally do nothing as far as collecting (ike". and shrubbery\ In the medians
limn: following graduation from homes items to ladies clothing the FEC taxes" In a voice filled with evident north of the overpass Is almost:
high: school In Fiitevllle, Ken-i. The judge further told tho emotion Fdulk 'Mid "I will decline omplet'/ This has been a joint
tueky where he was born. commissioners using the county tn run for this office or any project uf the' Garden Club
HIS GREATNESS WILL NEVER DIE
Roberts served four years in juil as an example where juvenile other office I realize that In )'11111:, City of Titusville, Die-

the Air Force, 11 months overseas girls are thrown with adult the months to come 1 will sorely vcrd County mil NASA.
In iKoiea; female prisoners and sometimes miw this life, I have thoroughly
lit moved to Titusville in October without a matron available; if v tr" / enjoyed, It.
J9CO when he purchasedand needed that situations arise ,T-': "I 1 cannot do( credit to my Port Lock Bids
where matrons are valuable Gus Faulk
very
,
began operation of Roberts business) with the lidded rcuponsi*
und are, in fact, necessary,
Gro'vers Supply Co. bitty of) county commissioner,
Commissioner Gus Faulk; moved and the token I But, these people don take.
Vitally Interested in community c QIM by sane cannot Opened ThursdayThe
affairs, Robert has demonstrated and A M,, Bahia Temple, 32nd the matter be tabled until the fully do the job as commit- 'thtlr rightful place, but in fuel,
this interest through service Degree Consistory in Orlandoand budget! committee could study sinner ai my personal business. Urcqiiring hold back progress&: by their!! refusal Corps of Engineers: opened,
in various organizations the Scottish rate Club the problem and come up withan ', mote und more of my to activate their lives in blcli I j sternay In Jacksonville

He served as vice-president of the He is currently serving as answer. lime." community project\ ; stagnate for a luck, which will connect
Titusvlhe Junior Chamber of North/ Brevard chairman of the The commissioner had some progress by staying, home and fort C'naverU; to the In:ra-

Commerce 1931.6: and as president March of Dimes campaign, was Youthful Heroes "choice" remarks to make concerning criticizing those! who do coastal Waterway of the Indian
'<<, the following year, During active In last year's campaign! people In private life "1 want to urge people] to River, via the barge canal.
these two" years 'he wad chair is treasurer of the Brevard County who criUcire those in public lifo. stimulate their community enl I The low bidder on the pro] :t,
man of the first two Christmas World's Fair Authority a Will Get AwardsSheriff "Some people come: to see us their: rounty by their active par scheduled far completion in 10 3,

parades ever .held In Titusville member of the\ Titusville volunteer tne( commUiiun In session) ono ticipation in governmental af Wit Gregg, Gibson and Grr -,
In 1963 he was named winner 'free department and vice- Leigh Wilson learned lime in their: lives, and go homo fairs" tho outspoken commissioner of Leenburg. The bid of $:!,-

of the Distinguished Service chairman of the Titusvillc Housing this morning, the four young boys 1 and tnticue u.lIe(\ commission) said. 929818 was approximately $100
Award given annually to the Authority who discovered and dismantleda for action that we take. Others lit further took a poke at tho 000 below original estim;,te by
young man In North Brevard He is married and the father dynamite "bomb" a week ago don't even bother to come and ob- .'qu1lUY" of some of the cundidatM the Corps.
v.+bo has contributed the most to of two. children. on the FEC mainline are In store 3 sate meetings, they: just gi who do run for public office The contract calls for a 90 by
the community. lit has named Dick Simontt as for "greater" rewards than offer home lit down, take their shoes 600 foot lack Iq/ the Banana River,
Currently he Is serving as his campaign treasurer and ed previously off and want to 'clean out the "When I got this job, and it, north of the new Bennett Causeway
The sheriff received a letter today court htNine', been I had to .
pleasure
State Vice-President of the Florida First National' Bank cf Titusville\ a campaign
s Junior Chamber of Com as campaign deporitory. from the Carnegie Hero Fund r "If th people will take against three good, men for The contract further calls for

merce. In announcng bit candidacy Commission information of Pittsburgh about the, asking I 4d si.r pljoec of responsibility in public the democratic nomination Then rxt"nc'tnj' .: an right,foot canal

He is a past secretary of the Roberts said: "I have a tremendous the boysand life boeom active In their In the general election I had tJ eastward( .to the harbor construct
informing sheriff of the
Civitin Club of Titusville a desire to promote this 'count commission's intention of award community through their chamber run againit a man who nominated ion v .of>> .retaining walls

past member of the board of directors ,v and this/ slate I feel that ing the four young heros medals of commerce, some civic himself for the job This timber goldwalls at both entrances -
of the Greater Tltun 1e' my background and experience for bravery or "other pecuniary dub, chairman of a project of man got votes from people in his of "th.' lock, an access J
would who know at all road. fuvenunt, machinery
Chamber of Commerce a member qualify me as a candidate for awards" some mignitud they party nothing
of the Titusvllle Elks Lodge thin -. Brevard County's most The letter was signed by a Don krww t' f! rustatmn of trying todo about him, but who voted a hoine, o.flce and main:(.nanr*

Indian Rivet Lodge No. 90, F. ur put Lint public off wa.; ald C. Sink of the commission. ,ou Lt the public ifltcmt.. St. FAULK On page 4 buildups.LUIRAAY .




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2 Titutvllt.(Florid) Star Advocitt Friday, February 21, 1964 %ery good, we hear. Autograph
party tins :Saturday U 10 o.m, to
..- '' 12 noon. and 2:00: p,m. to 4.30pn :
'round

town I .

Folks browsing around Belk's

""In /barbara this Saturday will have an opportunity
car on
Phone 267-3974
TD'tfA Netaa Artd Nofea to have their copies ot

/ op NortA Breroardi Arthur Arnold's new Civil War

Girl Scouts in troop 73 enter- new Moose Lodge on U. S Hwy will go to TL.T.'s building fund.lIere' novel autographed personallyby

(trained 23 guests at a mothers No. 1 north of Mims. Mrs. : the author.

coffee Wednesday afternoon and Rose Wcidemcyer. former fraud a Up! If you're plan- Blanche Rance of Belk's book

- paid special recognition to Mrs. council members from Clearwater ning to attend the autograph department Is arranging an

Lewis Nail of 121 Barna Ave. for will be institution officer. party for Arthur Arnold this autographing/) party for the

her outstanding work as cookie Officers will be installed by Saturday at B. lk'., don't let the author and his readers In their i

Pride InAncestry Dames SetLuncheon chairman.7he members of the Melbourne Chap author use your name when book department on Feb. 22 from

girls with the highest ter, Women of the Moose autographing: his book. After you 10 a.m. to noon and from 2 to

rookie) sales Wanda Sparks, Mrs. Kathryn Maltbie will be have read the book, very care- 6 p.m.

ferry Hock, Priscilla Fryer and instilled as senior regent and fully of course, you wit| still be

Nancy Nartowict, served as Mrs. Frances: Williamson as junior able ta send It as a sift to some, WHISPERING HILLS

t Mrs Elmer E. Jones of Or hostesses and opened the party regent. Other officers aro cne out-of-town. Autographedbooks

Is Stressed M lando, President, Christian Temple with A traditional flag and candle Mrs. Lydia Barnes, junior graduate make exceptionally nice COUNTRY CLUB

Manor Chapter, Florida Soc. lighting ceremony. The candle ; Mrs. Charlotte Waddell, recorder flits. CATERS TO BANQUETS
'We ire proud of our ances lety Colonial I Dames XVII Cen-1) were placed on logs in a horse ; Mrs. Shirley Ricker, Arnold's book "Behold My

try, proud that we are descend- tury, cordially invites any resident shoe shape with three green treasurer and Miss Sharon Wad- Brother" la a civil war story and OF ALL KINDS
ants of those who had a part In or visiting members of th4 candles representing the three dell as chaplain]

the making of our early historyand r National Society, who may be in parts of the G.S, Promise and

creating a nation. Titusvill and vicinity, to attenda ten white candles representingthe Stin Murray, physical thcrap- cBfl MADAM RUBY
With these words, Mrs. R, O. luncheon meeting on Tuesday,
G.S. Laws i lilt t at North Brevard Rehabilitation
Angle: ; of Ft. Lauderdale, the i February 25 at 12:30: at the Orlando Girl
The scouts several
Florida State Regent, Daughtersof Country Club. sang Center, Is attending a two FOR FIRST TIME IN THIS AREA
the American Revolution, told The Scout tones and Patricia Harrison day state meeting of the Florida I Will Read Your Entire Life, Pail
e guest speaker will be
( played an accordiaa solo. Chapter American Physical and Future!
North Brevard DAR members of George Dabbs, now serving at o Present
The young hostesses then served Therapist Association this weekend ;,
the Indian River Chapter, of the President of Area Seven of the ''
important strides made by the Board of Directors of the Florida refreshments of cake, punch, at the medical center in \. ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLEFOR

organization nationally since its Education Association. The subject coffee and tea. Gainesville, Subject of the meeting ALL WHO NEED HELP

conception in 1800. The meetingwas of his talk will be "TrendsIn Guests attending were Mrs. H. / as "follow-up care of hip I
S. G. "" Watch For The HAND Sign Open Dally A Sunday ,
held at the home of Mrs. Hirshberg,, S. neighborhood disability.:
Education"Also
I PHONE 277-107 7 A. M. til 10:00: P. M,
R. E. Henderson.Mrs. chairman; Mrs. B. G. Davis _
something to look forward LOCATED 2S MILES WEST OF COCOA O!! HIGHWAY 50
Angle, introduced by local to will be a benefit dessert card- Leslie and\ Robin Davis, Mrs. W. Two members of the Eta Eta I BITHLO, FLORIDA
Mrs. S. A. Kittles III told G. Chapman, Sherry and Gary
Regent party to be 'held at the First Fed Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Sorority
members the National Society r eral Savings and Loan, College Chapman Mrs. P. S. Dyars, took their ritual of affirmation

started with four women, was Park Branch, on March 13. This Mrs L. n. Barnes, Mrs. A. D. at the sorority's regular meetingthis I
organized October 11, IKK) and QUEEN OF HEARTS Miss Molly Hodges was crowned affair is being given by the Dryer, Jr., Mrs. F. M Lee, Karen week at First Federal. Mrs. :

now has a membership of 200,000 "queen of her students hearts" at a surprise Valen Chairman of Scholarships of Lee, Mrs. H. J. K.ellMrs.. Jo Robinson and Mrs. Bertha

with Patriotism paramount. "Ob- tines Day birthday party recently at Bayview Elemen. Christian Temple Manor Chapter Robert Hatcher, Mrs. Glen Arch. Swaine have been pledged for

jectives' she said, "are to aid tary School. John Green placed a crown on Miss Hodges Mrs. II F McCabe, Orlando.At er, Mrs. J. C. Thomas, Mrs J exactly one year and reaffirmedtheir ff

and preserve our American heritage head as Kathy Cunningham and Bruce Maddox pre the meeting next Friday, F. Valek, Mrs. A. P. Nartowicz, membership with this

of drama, literature, art and sented her with a beautiful heart shaped birthday cake. highlights of the TwentyEighthAnnual Mia W. F. Beach, Mrs. John W. ritual. Guests at the meeting
music and obtaining sites and restoring I
historical State Conference which Hock, Mrs. John E. Harrison, were Mrs. Barbara Taylor from I ,
buildings as
was held January 14th and 15th Mrs. Lewis Hall, Mrs. William Daytona Beach and Mrs. Ruby

well as historical of patriotism education and, encouragement to- Annual Americanism ProgramOf at the Indies (House on Mate- Webb, Mrs Douglas Ahrens and Ba.nfoith from Orlando. by S IWA1 car

combat Communism. cumbe Key, will be given by Mrs. Ronnie Ahrens. Miss Eleanore
L. Gibson of Winter Aemisegger, scout from
Zachary senior Art TolU will be guest speakerat
The national society) togetherwith
the chapters, provide scholarships Legion Auxiliary Slated Park; and Mrs. John R. Lord and troop 979, assisted leader Mrs. the American Legion Auxi

aid naturalization of new Sirs. Elmer E. Jones of Orlando. Thelma Goland. liary's Americanism meeting

citizens and student loans for The annual Americanism ethers Interested in the program Attending next Tuesday's meetIng Monday night it 7:43: p,m. Tolls

higher education. They issue a meeting of Titusville Unit No. 1, are welcome to attend. James from H Titusville Whitaker,will Corresponding be Mrs. Titusville Chapter 1435, Women a teacher ot T.H.S., will speakon Tic( i urdl1ot ( e s
letter handbookto communism. The
auxiliary
news monthly, a American Legion Auxiliary, will Secretary Mrs II. T. Will- of the Moose, will be Installed
explain the work and edit the be held at 8 at ; duo plans to dedicate their new
Monday p.m Order Of Eastern iams, Treasurer; and Mrs. Lee Sunday at 2:00: p.m. in the (h"lra
DAR Magazine.. Jssuccl monthly, colors.
the Legion Club on North U. S. R. Scott, National Newsletter \ I
each Issues advertising, adding Highway 1. Mrs. Bea Barnard, Star Has Visitors Chairman. _

Informative material. Americanism chairman for the Ixora Garden CircleThe Don't forget Titusville Little -.:
Titusville Chapter No. 6, Orderof Reservations may be made by to
There are. pine DAR approved unit Theatre's benefit card
announces.New party Saturday
the Eastern Star, met Tues calling Mrs. Elmer E. Jones, more Circle met at the J>;
schools of which are wholly
two
night: at 7:30: in the
supported by the national society, unit colors will be dedicated day night at the Masonic Temple CY3.3418, Orlando, prior to the home of Mrs Hugh: Wicker on p.m e

They are Tamassee in South Car. at the meeting, with Gen.D. with visiting members from the deadline date of February 23rd. February 19, at 8 pm. She used community Bank Proceeds room from at the Citizens tq

olina and Kate Duncan Smith'at M. White, formerly of Titus- Grand Chapters of Ohio, Indiana, Pink ScheduleThe the theme of George Washington's event

Grant, Alabama. vine, now living in Maitland, and Iowa present. Lady birthday, utilizing a profile surrounded -
dedicating the United States Bertha Demond, worthy mat by red and white carnations H K!;
.
The N.S.R A.R, own extensiveand Pink Lady schedule for
ron, announced that a study class and a piece of driftwood
Flag. Mrs. Margaret Sords, historian
Jess
Parrish Memorial Hospital,
beautiful executive buildings covered with cherries.
and class of Instruction would
for the Department: of week of Feb. 23 through 29, Is as
and grojinds; (n VVas.hJug! \oji, PL .
Las beheld Monday night Feb. 24 County Agent Syl Rose, the
welt| as the museum and ,state "FJrl: ldh. )',' <:Sri4t; > giofl "Auxiliary follows: ,
at 7.30: p.m. Maalzle] Brown, speaker, spoke on the care and
rooms with their historical t hem- will .dedicate the unit Sunday, Feb''': 23 Afternoon !
grand Instructor'' of District 25 : feeding of Florida grasses, trees, iuSTYLING
and treasures from each state. banner, will b. present and all officersare M.\ Doerrler, J. Skinner, C. plants and soil.
The library occupies the main to attend. Young; evening: H. Conner, M.
Arthur Tolls, teacher of the requested
floor of the Memorial Continental Cason. Club project for this year the I
Feb. 29th will be
Saturday
course Americanism versus Communism ,
Hall/ with wonderful reference at the High School, will WORK day and all members are Monday, Feb. 24 !Morning: beautification of the entrance to goo '
facilities for free use by DAR South Lake Village, was discuss
M. A. Newkerk
Invited their Ramsey, after
to
talk 6n Communism today and bring own paint ; AL.a foe/7.
members and open to the publicfor show a film "The Ten Days, that brush the paint will be furnished noonY.: Howe, B. Nunnally; ed. We have not been able to Let us plan

a small fee. Shook' the World" documentary by the Worthy Matron. evening: M. Long, 0. Youmans, tart actual work due to our Inability
a
Mrs Angle's project Is $1,800 pertaining to the Bolshevik Mrs. Mable Hartman, chair C. Williams. to gain permission from home loan: payments
for the purchase of three shelves man of the Sunshine committee Tuesday, Feb. 25 Morning: the developer. Some progress in
Revolution in 1917 This should
for the National Library.At bo of Interest to any veterans and Mrs. Martha Salter plan to F. Young, L. Pettit, F. Tuten; this last area month.has been made in iTie comfortable for you
the completion of the State visit Miss Carrie Mendel Thursday afternoon: M. Kraus, F. Thompson
who found themselves in Russia
Regent's talk, members and at the Tropical Nursing ; evening: P. Filer, B. Math- The Circle is the hostess for the
guest were invited into the dining when they believed they were Home. Miss Carrie, the only living Ison W. Strom.Wednesday The "plan" for your loan on your home Is all-Im-
March 9th annual meeting of the portant, It should provide a schedule of
room where refreshmentswere headed for France. charter member of the Chap- monthly repayments -
served from Feb. 28 Morn- Titusville Garden Club. Jack Sie- byKBe by you that you can "take" without undue
beautifully'
a ter, will be celebrating her birth
.
D .
Tolls had endeavored obtain Ing: .Whitaker! E. Busby;
appointed table, overlaid with an day. benthaler will be speaking on Rs_ tee strain.
afternoon K. Goethe K. Glerum
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imported linen cloth, centered a now film, "The Ultimate ; "You and Your Garden".
Refreshments were served by evening: J, Kennedy. The time to plan is in advance and the should
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with a bouquet carrying,out the Weapon, but it is in such; demand Members present were: Mrs. Clean, graciMly' modern linn rt- plan
Mrs. Johnson !Mrs.
Dorothy Thursday, Feb. 27 Morning have lot
: of
theme of Spring. Assorted teacakes h. couldn't get it for Mon.dol"S Gordon Beeson, Mrs. E. D. Bres- vtol lh. /full brilliance end b..uy( a thought. ,
Agnes Stephens and Mrs. Dorothy L. Waldmg afternoon: W. What- i
and nuts meeting. However, this ; scales, Mrs. Charles Flower, Mrs. of/ the ftrttcl 1C..plok. <.nt.r
,candy, were served We will schedule I
the table give a
McCloskcy with decorations can take in
en; evening: S. Balongue] N, you you your
and Mrs. W G. Chilton film will be sent for a week, beginning E. T. Floyd, Mrs. William Hill. diamond are.a...nawiw. iwlr.d.
presided carried out in the George Knight, M. Spears. rr_........ .. T.. stride We want you to "enjoy" the reduction of your
at the tea table. Mrs. Chil April C, and it will be Washington theme\ -a cherry tree Friday, Feb. 28 Morning: D. Mrs.\ R. A. Maney, Mrs. H. C. loan not worry about it. .1

ton, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. J. H. shown at the Legion Club some and a gold hatchet as the center Holland; afternoon: R. Ken- Pierce Mrs. E. D. Scandrett, ULTRASONICWatch ,
Whitaker and Mrs. A. P. Crutch- time that week piece. gruarl, A. Jackson; evening: B. Mrs. John Stephens, Mrs. Charles We give you the privilege of making, without '

field were cohostesses.Mrs. All veteran groups and other Bell M.\ Monhollon, B. Hinds. Tumey and Mrs. Hugh Wicker and Clock Cleaning penalty, a larger-than-usual payment on your loan at

Kittles presided at the patriotic groups, as well as Hill N' Dale Garden Saturday, Feb. 29 Afternoon: Tested and TimedElectronically any time, and thus reduce your ultimate interest costs.
business meeting and members
Mrs. J. E. Collins new Mrs. article on National Defense. Circle Holds MeetThe E. Lines, C. Hagler, N. Shields; JWC Executive Our loan service is "almost instant." Our initial

Jesse Miller from Owantonna, The Chapter voted to purchasea evening: N. Knight, L. Hepnev. Board To MeetThe By Registered-Watchmaker" charges are only up to 2% plus out of pocket expenseon

Minn.,. were welcomed and the two by three foot United States' regular] monthly meeting of and Celia Ljungqulst. Prompt ServicellAM finished homes. Our interest rates are reasonable.Our .
honored guest, Mrs. Angle, was Flag for Girl Scout Troop No. the Hill N' Dale Garden Circle It was announced that Tuesday, executive board of the home loan department (entrance on Main Street)
introduced. Mrs Angle was pre 474 of West Titusville; also to was held at the home of Mrs. Feb. 25, would be "work day"at Junior Woman's Club will meet Work Guaranteed! is open to 5 p. m. Daily.

sented with a corsage, featuring purchase and place a boor on Edward Wright on Wednesday, the courthouse; also that there Monday, February 24, 9:30: a.m., Jean's Jewelry
at the home of Mrs. William HOME IMPROVEMENT
patriotic colors. Conservation on the DAR Shelf Feb. 19. hostesses were Mrs. would be a landscape school held LOANS either FLEA
After the ritual service, the at the city library. Ronald Halcomb and Mrs. JohnP from !March\ 10 through April 14, Clark, 2737 Pine Ridge Drive. I & Gifts Title or by increasing, your original home loan at little

President General's message was The American Indian Committee Nelson. each Tuesday night, at WhisperIng All members are urged to at. BIg Apple Plata. TitusvillaCannon's : expense.

read by Mrs. II. T. Williams. reported a box of clothing had Two very entertaining garden Hills Elementary School. tend. I

Under committee Mrs.L. been sent Mrs. Milo Winters of skits presented by Plans for tour of the state
reports to were program a . . . . .
B. Newman announced Miss Ft. Lauderdale. chairman Dot Nelson, Taking headquarters in April were discussed .

Brenda Mason as the DAR Good Mrs Kitties called attention to part in the program were Billie and a report was given on t

Citizen, as chosen by Titusville the DAR's annual rummage sale Sue Holley, Helen Luce, Helen the planting at the Arts building
No
High School for her outstanding to be held at the Chamber of Dolfis, Dot Nelson] Alice Lindsay, Joy Halcomb presented the landscape i For This :

attainments Commerce building Saturday beginning Joy Halcomb, Tish Workum, plan for the building for ./

Mrs. Don Sisson read a short at 8:30: A.M\ Kathy Youngblood, Evelyn] Brown inspection. : Year's oU
: Tasty-Bake Bakery Higher


SPECIAL( DRY SKIN UII'H Oil SAUl( NOTICE 0 1101 South Washington Titusville WattI..lIt4A Rate! ;_

LIMITED TIME ONLY -
OVEN FRESH DAILY!
40LRECI2DQ$ : !

NOW 1.25 WE NOW SERVE DINNERS IN OUR We Carry Over 100 Different Items. Dally 0 frv % i'


80tR $$3,50 MEETING ROOM

NOW 2.00 : FREE HOME DELIVERY : .i.

Daily 5 to 10 P. M. Sunday 4 to 9 P M.
K-5-. NOW '3,00Mik For All North Brerard 3 Times W.ekly .

by t4j 6-h' Jf iraft ,jfeberal:

FRIED TROUT $1.13 Delmonico STEAK $2.95 Special Prices Available to Non-Profit Organisations! .
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KEEPS YOU YOUNG-LOOKING ALL OVER '' FRIED CHICKEN $1.50 T-Bone STEAK $3.75

lei'is'" tod.y to ..p.rl.".. the bayous cI.ns"t .. a both ? Stock Your Freezer 20% Off On Day Old Items 0 'ati> ugti
tr..ted with Ibon pry akin. oath 0,1, Plow .peel.lly gals ,. FRIED SHRIMP $1.75 Sirloin STEAK $3.75
Ju.t sd back .nil rasa.., st..p.d la ekln i wotmns y .
awry wthls: ,n..,. II.kn..s, and that 'to tiphk'1 f s.Ing II 0 :
seem .bb 5w.5 rmer'{. from four 5505 the melts, Huge salad bowl with your choice of dressing, hash WE SPECIALIZE/ PRIDE OURSELVES
..son of: aoa.r,smoother, ,;d.llcie I sly,I IOY.Oer I ::..1. r ed brown or french fried potatoes, coffee or tea, IN DECORATED CAKES And Loan Association of Titusyille
< lath Tim.liB" TII
served with all dinners.
0.'"".Duitlni Powfer 13 N 'Afltr Seth Tale l It 1.10 t Birthday. Wedding, or Party. Downtown Office
Main
Dry Skin Seth Oil l t Pirfiiirad f | tear;: :anal((3 sakes){age I. 3-Day Delivery on Special Cake Orders! 0S Indian River Branch US N. Coquina AT. *

RIVER LANES SNACK BARIndian ORDER TODAY! PHONE AM 7-5635 'TO I DAILY ALSO 4 TO 7 FRIDAY
DIAL AM 7-1911 PLENTY FReE PARKIN

<:Jt)=@ "Cannon's Aim Is To Please" Current Dividend/ Rate _
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River Plaza Rt. 50 Indian River City o (C) W4 Compounded SemlAoouaUjPag. .

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FrU.y, F't-rviry Jl, ,W4 TItuivlll ( Florida) Star Advoc* ....,3 'warier FOR mmeitM orirr op srni.trtTlont
bI4s( will| | 514 rarelvel 'hv FOIl T\ seP11",
I the feoiM r r'tosly i f ornmn.innMf Sollie l I. or.hI".n l I Hi .4 I M i try I .
"" -' --.'" up to 9:1/\: A.VI" March If III. 1 r- the CourtbouM la fliu.vlll, yb li>,. 31. ala liaund Ilia ;: i>( Slay i
Telephone Poles New Tax Rates Ida for: A U. lulls, b.l .dvabm''ra: : Icy ol
I;,,. lit. 1M4 n... Amerlian. made IIc. an" haa mad. .pplivalloD for
Stubs \'alo,,: four t4i door Auto a tad deed to be lamed thereon. Kalil
malic tranwnlailon. : wheelbaa* not certificate embrace the following
lew. than tOO) Inrhe.. > S engine: nul'' beasriUstl props-rip In Ill, ('misty' .)/
Wires Damaged To Assure MoreTakeHome Uai thai :33O Hotsepowiuutaltbs llroyaril.: sltal. sat l"torltla:: lu's-it
rear. view mirror back up Itghia; I 5.otUItik >
re.tin. lining healer ant ilefriwler. ; Itea A All...,. Bub I of IIof \\'l, VVDelenplne j1
five. tat MK) i 14 4 ply tire. ; nut Itl& that lIsp III lie I IIr..UI
!I.>< loan 4J tmpera alternator. two limit
By TruckA PayThe ui aur..,l .eleclrl wl|>era an,I ...lndthlrll 8ec J T. t% 8. H. 8S F
washer; tinted glaia all win The .......n..nl of the eald pruperl5
1 d...... ilirrtllnnal aliinala; equipped. un,ler th. .aid ctitlfkate li.url wa.
1963 Mack truck broke off a average taxpayer was as with 'tow nr.tcr. 1'11 ant. power In the name. if lleo Moore
brakri. factory air conillllonlna Ucttt.ttra. l'DI".. aal..I I certificate shall be rt,.
telephone pole and) tore 10 more cured or more take home pay I I .' isle C',>lor IIr..n, deemed. a"cord'n' lo law Ihr pripnty ,

I poles Ioo.e! Tuesday at 10:45 a.mon possibly by early March. Wednesday ; lh Tnn. Huaiil Coast rurrvpf the right to th.dcairlbel highest. Ihvrvln bidder, at will the bv iiiiirl..oillo ,

Highway 50 near Tuscarora: when Senate and House rvje."t an> ant all blda house d.,or at U: 00 ailick, nuin us i" _
All I>IU t. he. marked "Illil fur (he first inday .In the atollS no
road when he failed to see the conferees agreed on a compro '" Utallon Wagon I Out N,>. 4> April, A I P. 101.4. ShieS I. lIstit .tp. "
overhead Aires raise tax bill reducing taxes by { ,; :, JOhVICKIIAM: | of April A I D IW4 j7NS
J '&ij HAIKMASIKIAI Dalai, thIs IS "lay of Fvb Al I II
Sgt. George Marshall Investigated !. some $115 billion. II OK COI'NTT 11)04 %

: the accident and reportedthat Final passage is conceded to be .l\":; '. ""Oat :MMSIONt: :UK Curtis It. Kama. / ,
..; IIIU\'Attlll'uI'o.TY.: ) : Clerk of I Irtult C'olll'l.
the truck owned by Benton a mere formality following the ..':t' 'IulIlA.! Urevard ('oun y. .'lot I,la
fl. Sl'nate.lfuse conference : ,. b'.h 21 .II i 11',1 I 1116. Circuit' Court 11..11
harmonious ( ,
Brothers Film Inc of .
Express, -- rrb II. :II, Mar e. U ,,ril, i l lillil1I1I't MOTOR
Jacksonville was driven by and the bill is expectej togo ;..&' ::. MIDI. KlK) l llilialvil '.
.. blili will S.rvc."., by i
to the White House for President I
Hurshell :Monroe Sellers of Miami lb. Karl ,,I County Loiiimla.l.'nrra.
:\ : lii" \1'1'111114" \
I. Johnson signature early up u01I1I I \145 oUoik A N., Manhiwih .
hIlt' I"I' 1ilNotle.
Jam.. E, Lu Fowler 1110)>4. In Ihu <'ommlail. ,"nvra
Jo.
Damage to the truck $150 and T. Nkholi bottler if lax erllfl Ur
estimated to the poles imine :lately after its signing\ la. for .. 1
damage One il) 5.4 Ton likup Cab ft No. 134 luuel the Slit dtii of May
and] Tele- [ New withholding rates provided ('haul.I followlngtptilllittloni A I)' IXtT, has Mel aame, In mi olfke I
wire owned by Southern Luce Accepts Fowler ForemanOf to nit-ct. the antI I it,. male 'ltlIlatlos, : for alas
phone Company was $300 in the bill are sampled below 'too deed to be. la.uod 'there.in ttalilorrtlflcate ) l
u 8 Sly Tube'Ty|' Tlrei: .
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9 S klll Klma. .ml ihi following)

Materials' Trade Post With U. F. SINGLE PERSONS Body Shop 8 l llravy lrrillonnl(rllnl'l Duly t !14t4 HlgnaltAlternator )fcirlngi II Il .. ilewrlbrd of I.Hrevarl it I Illk priprily Slate II "f In.Klorl.li. the (,li".,>.,,wit sty I''

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Weekly Prtttnt New Krar view Mirror Heal Alli-n. Hub I .I aW'V'
Show I Is Set on both all.. .. of Kit that lira In Del drill,
James E. Luce has acceptedthe Wag, Daduction DeductionS The Itouril. rrarrvea. the Unlit to Sec :S T 33 H! It sa 0:
AI McColler's The ......0.111 I of the all I property
position of executive secretary 101 cutloyan.1 I oIl billa. .
Harold Gluth Director of Inftructional
5J S 8.80 S 5.30 All blda 1 0 be. market!. IIIJ fur under the aall leillfkate luueriwaa
Materials for the of the Citizens Survey Imp. 8.70 a 4 T Pkkup. i 1 hint No. 4)) .In the name. of haille harvey I "
73 11.20 ..
t'nl laid I cprtlfKule .ball be redeemed -
Jolt: VVILKIIAM,
lemcntation Council and assistant Ford local Ford OF THE
McCotter .
Brevprd County School Sjstem too 1B.I0 12.60 t'IIAIKMANHllAliU) aiorillni li Uw Ihe properly I
has announced that there will he executive secretary of United 20.60 16.10 agency has announced that Joe Oh' COt'MTV de.iilned Ihrrpln will lie aald
12S to Ihe highest bllder al the luurt
'
("Cii 55 5510.4 EsOS5.10Mb :
a trade show of instructional Fund it was announced today by 150 25.60 19.90 Fowler is now employed as their AlIt II UijFNTY' house door at UtlO: o,'il.nk noon oh
Art Snyder executive director foreman. Joe has 20 ..'I.III1'A( tll. Ur.t Montoy, In 'the mnnlh IIf
shop
materials at the National Guard body April. A 1>. laiil whIch In lb.C. dgyof
I. :III I II I 1161.!
of the U.F. MARRIED COUPLE years of experience In his field l _L April. A 1) 1N4Dated ,
Armory In Cocoa on February No Dependents and has previously been employ. I 1IIltd: I It" It r I'UI I it r n. TII i': Ibis II il lay if I..h I AD !
23 and 26 Luce has resigned his positionas I" I III .55"ISiS I I I. 01"I I I II'. S I' J9R 4.
ed at Sanford. lie had also livedIn illS 51155.5 IS). 4 itt' :\1\ Curlli R. Parses I'
This show will consist of a chief couselor for the Brevard $ 50 S ".SO S 3.50 Titusville for 8 years before I I'i'I \ lerk of Circuit rnurtHrevarl 4/ ;

\vkle sampling of 'caching( County Juvenile Court, which he 73 8.00) 6.90 "I''iss lbs SO. tllVI: 1 1 I ounty P'lortIaCircuit .
going( to Sanford. lie Is married I vii l II Ifrlllt I 1.1 i HI i It' VI'IOVV ,> ( (nurt Heal
piatemN! that are being used in has held since 1957 to accept his 100 1380 10.80 nnJ! has three children. At the .VNlI: I IJ .'I NMNdllAM) >'eb. .1. :S III, Mar a, II: ,rrll I II!51)lhIlI'O

thr fiddj of social studies and new responsibilities, cfteune 12S 13.30 14.:10: l'l lntlC(
present time he is living in San. I '
'
ford but when school Is out he : IIIIlK I : "I.I'TI" OK VMelllHIl .
levels from the first The new position was author. ( llVr II; IIIC I hO ii 5IoI.Il-l *
here. T> ituxr'::MAitir NMMIIIAM
MARRIED COUPLE plans to move Iits, roll 'IHINMVI: iuspr.. 1iD. _
jlhrough the fourteenth year of ized by the U. F. following! the II,,x IUa'"or.vlll. IMI siPII M 'I I 515.511 I II VNH .VI
Two Depenfents Joe stated that the body shopIs ., Nw Y.'rk 'neIpPuO, IMNOT1C '. I
school will be available DiiinbutoM 1963 campaign. ApprpxImaHycna ] NtTjlsa| ': II"HI'IIY: (1IVKN
to customers good h Tl TIIK lI'fm'IlInL.l-
( representatives will be .half of Luce time will bijevoted : $54)) $ 000 $ 0.00 here give that a luniJlalnt' nor Divorce h... .vHMOr" Oi.l'1t'Titts'Sl: : c'liANl'AtSYPOTOMS .
and, most of all guaranteed scrv been fll,1 I Minimi. you In the ibnvantltli ..- ,
to answer questions con- < to working with the Citizens 15 430. 3.30 I ,I L' ml," I hy WAYN.1'I':N- ; INt't'n.t.r .

Present the availability and use Survey I Implementation 100) 9.20 1.20 Ice No job Is too small or too of- MMIIIAM: ,Plaintiff In the aboveallvl Htatutei 111)5 the) luij provision), the DlieLtora if Inrliln ofOIetro.Mrrh.ntni : FOR 1964 !
large and free estimates are tatier mil) you are hrrvliy : i5y.l'osa, I Inn
(pf the materials Council, which i is charge. I with 125 13.70 10.70 fere!I" There are two experienced 01.u.l.-r.-I, ,1 and. I illnile.I In other rite youraiiiaraiut '. have de.lgnatel It,. mh ,lat or :
The public Is invited to this effecting the forty two rccommendatioas 150 18.70 lUO ) annwer or p50,1It's February. 11X14 at 5:055: .,'il n.k it in
working with him in to aall I impUInt' either per
men ai I Ihe reiord date nn whl h the
of the Health, \\clfar ,, ally I I ly In the offl
i cr tttornny
'lowing Parents will have an :. : alorkholdera of r ci ril fir tin kn t
and have the : i
they equipmcnt -
MARRIED COUPLE the shop of tht ( Jerk 1 1 tie aioov-tyit'.l I
and Recreation: Survey completed nual Hloikhulli-r.' Meetlnii ppnrtumty to the kinds of I' 'I, b in .,
see Three ptnfents to do any and all bodywork out ir y..rv oman.woe onO I: Hy.irmn, Incan .
in 1963 0: I'Itti, Plalitirti. .1 tuineywhiw .
linn. filmstrips tapes record allrvaa la .P O Oioo tir ,I any adjournment therei ahttha I
. The other half of his time will 0.00 Hr...,,, > fixe,I. "Hald. Annual' .....11". laIn .
$50 $ 0.00 S Sot li-llllH llrach L'outy.blorida. .. I
be hell on the Nth d ly of April I.
be given to the U. F. assisting in 75 2.00 1.50 Mar,'h. l.M on: ur otherwlie h.fo'. the aall 21: ) day torn.., 1IM4\ it the Ciliscnn Hank, al Tllua. I I
villa. norhl. al J no o''lo'k In the
I the fund budgeting and HAPPY will l taken ..foaivd by
74re raising 100 6.90 5 40 plaint >e ai 01 afternoon Only atoi'khul. ,lera of ran
. CONSECUTIVE DIVIDEND you an.I null),) .so. .. aha II )priorito ... #
publicity functions, with primary 125 11.40 8.90 BIRTHDAY final hrarlng' ;: I ord. on Ih aiIope. Uo.ilibel r..ord"al. .
th an,1
shall have right toHrsTrvm or.entttloI
I responsibility in publicity. 150 16.40 12.70 (Court Soot .. 10 noli. of anti to "010 "I.ald
22 (urtla It. lt.srn Allnu.1 lII..tl",. 01 EI.clro.Mo..h.nl..1 I 4' ..
Lure Stturdar, February
.JtJr.J a native of Cleveland Irrk of Circuit Court .
( MARRIED COUPLE My.I"/II. Inc' .ad any "TRY
Jiy: V. M $.panglrrt.pisty
Ohio received his master of arts a"Journm..nl lhsrmf.NlTIIO01 .
STOCK FUND Four Dependents J, E. Koon Clr.'ult nurt Clrrk .
Ot'hA ICAL
degree in education from Allegheny "'.b. SI, 'M, Mir 6. I II: irrll 1\11I4\ ive 1/ \
INC. Mrs Gco Futch
College in Pennsylvania.Prior $50 $ 0,00 S 0.00) :\MUM Mirlt rll 'IIIIDI" 'H lay: Wm. M Ilurr :
Thjg quarterly dividend of to his service with the 73 0.00 0.00 Emory Lee Crawford NIX ? ,. r \tI i T.: : I'realdentATTrHTi 1I

|IlC; perihare il payable: on local Juvenile Court he servedas 100 4.60 3.60 Cobby Johns TD Notlt-t) WhOM la IT(rrby MAY liven tllNILFRN. that: thetini.sslgno.i. r. c'. .I>.'!...,IrrnlcrHe I TOTAL

Jan. Jl to lliarcholderjof I assistant dean of men at Flor. 125 9.10 7.10 Mrs R. L. Roberta N>me. |1"0..1 Htatute." thipterlMJUH to the "'Ie-I Itltluui .- <'retaryeb, 21 (Frt ) 554)I IIN : \

record ai of Jan }0. 1964. Ida Southern College Juvenile 150 14.10 10.9: R. J. Adkison l.t.ri.ta tltatta.' will rrgliUrwith ---- -- ..

Robert S. Eittitf. SlCllla..hea.u,,, Court consultant of the Depart Deborah Jo Carver the Curl of the Circuit' Court.
In and for Hrevarl ounty, rlorlla. TUP IlltClir cell itT IIF Till !
Lynn Fortier upon rti-ilpt of proof of the publl i
J\1""tH JIIIICIVI I 1551 ic IIK
ELLIS ; LEWIS --- merit of Public Welfare in Jack. Joan Savaile .. ratIos Dam... of this notice, lbs flt'tittuullvllIthl)4 .11.111111'III ,%NIII tOil Hlle.VINII !: PERFORMANCE \ ;

BOil 1202 Coco library l books;:; find other teach- sonville, and administrator of Virgil Stuart l'ANF.LoWAI.L tlYII -II tM' IOINTJ.I r Ht Ml. IHMM.

1 Ing; materials that teachers use employee services RCA Service TOMe IN II1aADUI'TION
uul.r which w sar..as. 1 In
in working 'with the students Co. in Brevard County. Sunday, February 23 hunllieal at 14D Mouth Court Ulrert flY or rPNNI RAY'HI1M

-- -- I John( Langgult Orlanlo, Florida and 410 VlaglrrHtrrat BY JAM-;* J. JTVUKN: : ('.IIUo...., 3
member of ... :
Luce is currently a New Bmyrna Hrach "Iorl.
the Steering Committee of the James Mayes That lh. fiartle Inlerratel In ..1.. TO lintllFItT; NOTICE HAY altruIsT, if FOR A CHANGE !
lumbago rhumatism bust,., rn eri'rlne are aa followa: ,
) just .n,1
Statistics Show or Florida Mental Health Advisory Mrs Worth, A. Overacker ;HAYMOSO>> K, OZIh.ltC who. place. of realdenca i
plain backache much of the ( A, NANCE whole wharealioula are unkoow
Sacro-iliac Strain pain felt in the lower part of the Planning Council In the past he Edna Patlillo C. it.': WARD after a diligent search slid. I.. ll ,

back Pttrd. at Orlindo, Orange, Countyri.rlda qulry
is the result of sacroiliac has held stats positions as presi You notified
ashureby that 4
Common Monday, February 24 Ihla jaIls day or l bruary.
I Very strain dent of the Florida Council on 1954. petition for the a"l"ptl<.n of you I .
la case of severe sacroliliac Crime and Delinquency. chairman J P. Wilson, Jr. '.b. 14, 21. 2*. Mar f iTrl) 1IW4l \ BOB i)&:/HIJIf KAY IIUHHY. his ImIm
: By DR. c. H. PRIOR Ernie l In Ih* >bnve tlyled oour
strain home remedies can do Mrs Brown 71 0i:1.1
of the Florida Juvenile l > : I-'01- STI 41 151,15 by : J JKNBKN and you ifs II I
j' According to ... Little more than give temporary Pam Ripple III IIIItt:> AMI toll IIKrVVMIlI hereby. reiiulrad. to aerv a sops o"rour l
r:, relief. Such cases require the Court Chief Counselor's Asiocl III >TV, f'I.OKIIIV) ...woe or other |leading. I,) '.
statistics, sac the services of a chiropractor ation and Florida state delegateto Perry Ripple IN HHKaTATK: pilltlon on the petitioner at,. l j .
ltr. R Cutright or JOSEPH/ L. SPALL.. tirney Claud Peppir Walker and
Byrd : '
ro iliac strain *. I skilled in the correction of sac the 1960! White Mouse Confer Ih"'....,s. I cArson. IIlit Hyrel Flia ConoS i .
f ranks third among ro.liae displacement, for thereIs ence on Children and Youth. Mildred Marie Fox \ ill it'( r 111 C isbiliT: ,) its Florl I.. and file the original' 01 0
: It" usually a partial dislocation All trelltori, of th. kilale of your a newer or other plead la I* In I III s sn
com pen- between His past local I voluntary activ :\0 II"' r. 01" ..\1.1':1'': 51115SeiIi JoiH>ph I. Hpill), deiraed, irs hera the off!,,. of lbs Clerk: of the Circuit .
the base of the
sable Injuries. spine fIbs include serving] is chair. bid. .III b. .c.lv.d by the by notified anti I required, to file any Lourl on or before the 2nd day EJ
f and one of the large bones of thepelvis non,I 0' eOllnty CninmtaI onersat tl.lmi or "demanla: ,- of March 11)114) If you fall t o riu.o. '. -
The sacroiliac nun: cf the Brevard County the Courthou.e "In Tltu.vllle, Hor b aveafa lout aid e.tate, hhu.m I at julgment, ; by default will belakes
: joints sit Children Committee vice-president Ida. up la 10:IX) o'clock A. M. March. flea of the County Judc" Brevard again you for the relief .d.- I
Tllu.vllle, ITIorlda, wIthin mantle, In the petition I .
One of a series of articles litb 11)64 for one 1904 elx' painenger County .
uated where Dr. PRIORS pub. of the Brevard County elation wigon V-I engine, not IPM .11 cal.n.lu months from It,. ..1.1. You are further hereby comma '
lished to explain and illustrate of thai riret publication cf this .d to b. and appear In laid court -
Mental Health Association and than 300 II P. oil filter sir clem DAYTONA
the base of the Published by Dr. C H, Prior. or. II volt. Ignition ayitem aUlon.all" nntlL. POach: claIm or ilem.nl mid on lbs ftrd) day of M.rch' Shill tlbs I l
I spine joins the large hip bones whose( office is located at 1334S. president of the Civitan Club In trim.nl.ulon. power aieerlngpow- b. ID wrllIlla. .od mu.t. .tol" Ih4plaelt Courthoua la Tllu.rllla' Fi I" -
..Id.ne.. ah.1 01f"4addre. 1la. ai' StIlt: A. M o'risck before r
rr bribe. poiltivi I traction rear or post
can be, and are the seat ofimuchpairr. Washington Ave.. Phone 267 Titusville I end. not !Sea than lit wheel baaenot .. of the c:1.lm.nl .0.1 moat b. the llonirable' Voile I A WlllIama I 500"B :.a-1 "' :f
f Whether you Luce resides in Titusville with !I.... than S M 4-ply tlr''. wide worn lo ty the cUlm.nl. hIs .g..nt. Jr, an I lo shuw cauie why Iba ssijyrlttina i };;- -
I rim wheela NLT 4)4)' ", H eatoranl I or attorney ir II will be v,,1.1.I annrdlng ahould not b. ranted. : ,:,..11.11II
his their twd
wife and children. .
> air conditioner. Hoard ....rn. the In law DONE and ordered at TlluivllleFlnrlda L
I right to reject. any and all III,b. Intel tlili 4th day of February., thIs Smh day of /anuary,,
Alt bids to b* marked 'bkla l for 194. .
/I 11X14 nation wagon al UlaJya I I. OardlaerGlalya CI'RTIt* It. BARMKM !I
Jai II Wltkham Chairman 1. Uirdlner, Intlnle, Clerk i>( Circuit Court SPECIAL
Board of CountytoniinlKlonere I raIns of the Faille if JoxpltI (IR".II
Brevard County 54 all ddcranrdFeb By: V S. Kpingler II -i---
"%\ \ere People CITIZENS Fet 21 2S lrl.' W4 21 ,21. p4ar. iIIFrt.( ) laOS.lfiThE Deputy Clerk .
BANK I Jan 81. ten 1. 14. 21 (rrl., 1944li 1

Come First" _h_ __ _____ __ I 1964
Always :
GIVES YOU ) I
( TilE ( Iso-lit cm HT UK Tiltt

I H E L Mir, II JUMUkl, l\' .< '>.!> (:roil INCUTrIOHIIIt II : ,

: "CompleteCoverage" r (1I-4".t.H'"H"I ol 5551.VM*Cw" FORD SEDAN 1.

ANYTIME It:DEllA I. NATIONAL MOHT \ \

;:- ANYONE lion OAOK org.nlied: AMKJUATION and ."I.tI"a .corpora''under. WITH FACTORY

( 1 an Act of (fungree punuanl in IK. i
ANY PLACE
Feli.r!! National '" Aenool- !
f/\( :. rA..il \ AIR CONDITIONING
j' ANYTHINS HOB Charter Ast. hav[ I -
\ .- clpal offlL la Ih. Lily of Wa.lln": :
,
Ion. ni trul of rilumbla.
MONEY needs
on .
your : 210
4 ( So. Washington Av.. Plaintiff

\ a TllusrllU WIIfUJl. Total $ :
ZONFH a/k/. 51999COAs
Phon 267-7319 WIllIAM N tONKtt: .al, ANNA Price
'a.
"I'm An'enr At Your JAMtKOMr14: hi. wife, and I

; .o Installment Phone"I I wni'W1111'11Defend I I ): :: ;/: (IAN Low As
-- I'
Loans I ,nt.

DAVIS LAWN SPRAY TATK' Or 91llu(510y riOHIIJATO ; stir $$179 Down I"I
\ WILLIAM M 70NP-R a/lc/i I t
t\\\\ New and Used Wll.LIAM N. ZONrH aid.
\ \ ANNA JAMCK 7UNKU, h'a' OR
wit., whoa la.t known reil
Car Loans S Chinch d.n'lI la 1174 tedarwood: Drive, \ ::;
ran O.llle. 'Iurlls : anilMAKOI $$39.95rrnI I
.
TH/ Bugs li H OKVPR: sal

FHA Loans dent VIVIAN UnknuwnTeu Oil-VEH.. hIs, wife, |U.I.|

? *re hereby notIfIed. that a .ull -
7-284 Fungus baa. .barn file ag.lnit you In. Ills 2 YEARS OR
abova .nllll.d csuasa,id that you %
Worms are required lo file p saran..... or 24.000 MILEWARRANT !I
oll..r rHpon.ln pleadlnll' with Iha I ?
.011 at Clerk ..f Slits Court and to Mva a
a ."P' h..o' upon Ih. PI.tall" .r
e Fertilization 1"lnll'f' Allorh.Y. Whus .am.
LOWbank ,. sad adolr... I. (Ceoftos IIr..r CISnltae.l. < .
5s'.'" Palm Av.au.. 1tIuisill. tt. .
., tlorlda. sot later I a*. MirobI ...
.4 -- ------------- IJOl: If you Nil 1 t.' do M a T*.
;: rates true lro Canf.aao will 1 .b* alteredla
.0alh.1 you for the r.n"f dntnaad.d" I
/ EVERY ( the omplalaU ThIs aull I* to
SATURDAY
//t/ NIGHT fcretl.* a 11I'11'1..0.! ThIs real prop
rly proceeded *>g.ln.| la'
I, / fat 11 Blxk. K. Vnn-Wood
A DANCING Park Huhdlvlalni No. I. Br*. McCotter Ford
vird Louoly elorlda. a ,
Plat thereof recorded .In *I
__ IJiwik II ".1. II I'ubllo' afn fn"-

Al' Tbo "Ma,.1. Of Uraviird County : II i 101 WASHINGTON, AVENUE

'si'a; << LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE VviTMBH, Court* It my Tltuevill.hanl) aid. Imyirdsualy. aral. ifeat AM 7-2112 TITUSVILLE

II TITUSVILLE LODGE NO. 1963 (' Flerlda, ikla 51 ih diy 01 RgAsTRADIoRDDIALuRo
I february. leK4
Ph...
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Ct OTIS R IIAftNF.R.Clerk
AM 7.1211 >:00 TO 100: LIVE ORCHESTRA of Ihe Circuit Court

MEMBERS AND GUESTS Hrevard Coualy, riorU
(Coiwt "Meal) --
1 Mile Herth* Mlmi en U. S. N.. 1 1.mI 1 Formal fly\ : Bertie' Hallpepuly .
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4 Tlrvivllle! (Florid) Star-Advoc.t. Md y, February 21, '19(4REPRESENTS Horseman's Club Has Tides I iv TIIR ( incriT turnT or THI
- Play Day Lo ,
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-- -- High MSTH' JlUirHL riKtllT.MNAMI

.... ,,. t'lIa&< < UKtVABU lUl.NTT,
,
: .
\ ?ft,hi Sunday, Feb. 23 ILORIU5.oiihSCrtIIY.
"v fl ,-; Members of the North Bre- Musical chairs Barbara Moe, : M!' ),. n6l5
\ A <. 5:11: 1 a.m. ":25 a.n\ RUDER USHERS! ,
% vard Horsemen's Club staged a "Tonka;" and Sharon Reinsch, 11:48: p,n Plaintiff,
Jt : at the ldt week 5:23: p-m n.
: Play Day arena
: 0 "Doe"Obedience Monday, Feb. 24 MARY M Alt THE UEMEU3,
near Mini, and according to UefenJanl.( l
;: Sally Broacrkk, -- a.m NOTICE: TO API-KAB ANd
', club officials, "it was a big success 6:1-1: a.m.
DEFENDTHE
,. \ ,] "Snorl",, and Tat Aliff 6:23 p.m "'23 p.m STATE!: or FLORIDA
r I I ''
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Allan Biortcritk. ruling a horse ---1 MARY MARTHB DEMER8.

T named "Short.," won first place abuse present rul
'\' J/ ___ i in (thi. Western Pleasure open result-net and was whoie Taut known

; A 1 1S i flues; (followed by Shirley The San Marino MotelNew 4'JJJ IleaUHalell Street.
.
81. Vlnieol l> Pul,
< Swails riding "Duke". 1'rovloct of Quebec. Canada
YOU, MAUV MAKTHU! DLMKRrt; :
Western hqunation was won Smyrna Beach Fla. are hereby nolified that complaint

by Sharon Rcinsch first place: fur divorce baa been filed agalnn.
S you. and you are required to /lr.. .
and Allan Broderick, second. a copy of your answer or leading
la 1110 complaint: on the plaintiff.;::
; jir Sharon Reinsch's 13.0 time also attorney, Edward L. Trader, anVlrawbrldgt
1707
took f.rst place in the flag race. TEL Avenue. M.lbourn*.
Florida, and file the original aniw.
Second place honors were collected So. Atlantic g' er or pleading In tb{ oftlLt of lb.
w b5lr" t GA 8.2870 Clerk of the Circuit Court. on or bt.
Stove
at 10.2.
r1II by Steburg Avenue (in tht 2nd day of March, l'jti':
Other winners include: If you fall lo do to, judgment by
default! will be taken avalntt
e Pole Bending: Steve Stcburg, for the relief demanded. In. laid com you

288: Allan Broderick. 292. plaint.
Tbia notice mall be published ono
1"0- Cloverleaf: Steve Steburg; each week for four cnn. cutl\i<
On The Oceon
Directly weeks In. Ino lltuavillt, Hiar-Advu
and Sharon Reinsch.
vale, at TltutvlllB. Florid.
'" APTS. EFFICIENCIES ROOMS HEATED POOL
I DONE and ORDERED at Tltui-
,r' NB Horsemen Plan TV and AIR CONDITIONINGDAY vlllo, Brevard County Florida this
\
3D Jay of January, 1964.t.'tJTU .
WEEK MONTH SEASON K. BARNES
Overnight RideThe Clerk fit The Circuit Court
4 (Court Seal
North Brevard By llertie 11.11
Horseman'sClub
Deputy Clerk
tap I Is! planning in overnight KDWARO: L. TRADER

"scrub" ride Saturday night To Our Many Patrons Attorney for Plaintiff
1'. O. HOI line
February 29th.Horsemen Melbourne Florida. r
and
will meet at the From Titusville Jan. 31. Feb. 7, H, ::11, (m) J964.I .

horse arena on Old Tomato Farm { Surrounding Areas .

road west of Slims, at 8:30: Saturday > Tilt: t"ll(( liT (01 NT. MNTH
vocal soloists appearing f in! morning and come back j A BIG WELCOMEto Jl II" ILL I I INS tiT Of M.OHIIM
+aUr ti l> AMI: t'nK IIKKV .IKII <
'r tc Hidden Talent Show on I Sunday afternoon. the warld'i I' ell \'I.:'.. .It'III.: awl..OIM'
n r1r Cooks for the 'over-night; \ SAFEST BATHING BEACHThe l'IRM'r FhDE1tAL tlAVINOIf AND
r.1 : ;!! left and Connie Lynn : are LOAN ASSOCIATION: or \
NEW;
N .L' :: : at the piano, will be Con- Detty Binderick( Mary Campbelland Air Is Clean the Water Warm- 8.MVKNA, 000.. :

TITUSVILLE Miss Annctta annual variety show will t Bill Kemp Dill Marr will be 3 Plenty of Hospitality Come In v{. Plaintiff

try. Andrew J. Gibson High School sophomore, is '; : ) R. C. Civic Center with pro- I 'trail boss'. end Broute Around.SYD'S J.KELLY R. KELLY, ,;bin wife and et VERNA al.. RUTH

sponsored by American Legion Post 193, Tilusville: :: : and modernize the kitchen1''' There will be a 3-day deadline, UefendanU.MOIIKlVllh .

a contestant in the 19(51( 12th Division American .-(Carlson ). before Feb. 29 for !getting: in ( : HHK( I.OMllIbMIIHr :
entries. This Is for club members Is known for their high styles and OK Kllr
Oratorical Contest, being held at Gifford on I Tom U N. II. h. U. \1: I IL.: w h,.. ...|.
only. Members are asked to bring very moderate prices on all standard;:! brands .1..,....> ami Hililrrmi I I. e.k.l..e.
Miss Dau htry is a talented orator, having won
:
y YoU AlOE HEREBY
school trophies. James Dingle is commander of the Church Will Be bedding bedrolls, cot, or whatever of sport and usual dress wear for the lady that a complaint tn foreclose NOTIFIED certain

t they want to sleep on. Also mortgage made by a. R. Kelly ami
post. and gentlemen. Verna II nth Kelly, hli wife, to Fir,
bring tic downs t
lead halter
!!,
ropes, Federal. tlnvhatlon and Loan Aeaorl
or anything to tie horse while SYD'S feature Hawaiian Sportswear for your of New. Smyrna, encumbering

Dedicated Sun. :; sleeping. Summer "Lotus". / the following drairlbed property In.
llrevard County, Florida, to-wll:
I Cowarl Named To Ulilily Board ( Any member who docs not l w heart at I the, Southeast corner'hf
the awl. of the 8WH of
teethes
The new sanctuary of St. have a horse may go by car and THE BEACH SIDE S, Township 21 South, Range US

James AME Church, South and meet others at the camp.Broadcasts SYD'S NON .:aot, thence North along the
East \line of said
TO POSTOFFICE Forty a dimanie -
Norman Cuwart cf' Titimille two year term on a newly ) : Dummilt, will be dedicated Sun- of 4TV feet for the POINT

I was appointed yesterday by Commissioner 3 member water and : t day In ceremonies planned by the Race Daily 8:30: to 6 Sunday 9 til 2 OF KhQINNINO 1j: orth along: thence said Forty cohtlnue '

Gus Faulk to serve a boar:!. The board will congregation!: through the leadership 302 FUgler' GA 8-4434 New Smyrna Beach line 7S feel: thence Welt parallel .
I .. to the South lint of said
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---c-:: .c--= of Rev W. E. Spells, Titnsville's WRVIF will broadcast feet

bur pas the famous Daytona "500" ____________ __ ___ u_ ______ _____ ___ __ fJ.lUo: the ;Bant thence line of South Maid
Clean, Economical, Forty a distance of 73 feet;
GEORGE M. McCUTCHAN ( race on Sunday. thence Kant to the point of be-
( The beautiful brick structure ginning. being a part of the
NEW SMYRNA BEACHMap
Mortgage Broker NATURAL will be dedicated by Rt. Rev. Sponsors will be McCoUer awl. of the SW, of 8'ecUCjo.'s.

Motors and Stradley Motor Supply ( showing following. available at Sunday Open House) Township 21 south Range. .83
William F. Ball: LLO, Bishop, Knal
Residential FACING OCEAN: and other lend.. haa been tiled In
Will be Available to the 11th Episcopal District. Modern, bedroom, 2-bath homo with Florida room, screened I Ibla Court agalnx you and you ire
porch: and cloud S17.500.. hereby required I tt '
Commercial
garage
dents of New Smyrna Also taking part in the programwill ing date Is May 1, with all gamesto or other defense to :IJo.u.t.:; In thoffiie
) DRIVE BY AND SEE LOW DOWN PAYMENTS of the Clerk of the Circuit
be Dr. John L. Wallace
presiding be played at Sand Point. Court of
Keel Insurance Agency THESE EXECUTIVE HOMES Brevard County, Florida
So. Fla. Natural t I Gas \ Elder of the Daytona on or before tht 9th day. of March
201 Any team desiring! further information (Shown by Appointment) bedroom, bath; dan; large A. D. 1884, and to
Magnolia serve a oopy
Beach District; Dr. Lorenzo Is asked RIVERFRONT lot near beach $12,500; $400 thereof the '
Call 4M-5771 to call AM:\ 7- : DeSota Drive on plaintiff attorney.
Phone Tllvtvllli Laws, Titusville dentist; Frank 3769 or AM 7-5136. Buena Vista. Deluxe 3-bedroom own. C. Wlniton Smith, Poet Office Box
113 Canal Street
421. WKJ N. Dixie
I F:. Williams, principal of Gibson 2-bath home; fireplace, Florida Smyrna Beach. Florida.Freeway If you New fell
267.7121 New Smyrna Beach : School and the pastor. { room, and walled patio facing Charming J. bedroom, with to do ao judgment by default will
t( 'TituiviHe (Florida) Star Advocate main channel. screened porch and buill-Ins. be takea agalnM you for the relief
$10,300 with $350 down. ought In the complaint.
'I
-- 5'J CORONADO SHORES: 103 Dun. The notice shall be publlahaul e it .

Softball K.,.*hlNI"Ml 1 HimPubllixmd Circle, only a few steps to the each week for four conmrutl1
EDGEWATEROlder ...
Loop .k. In tnt TITtSVILLE, STTAR-
beach and Indian River 3-
F home, In good condition, ADVOCATE i
TAYLOR UPHOLSTERY \pAIII, Mondxyi. bedroom, 2-baths, a dream kit. furnished, view of river 4 bed. WITNhK: my hand and the tc 5of 5\t
I :1 Wednwedayo 4 Friday, chen, Hid Court at Tltuavllle, l Ike
..t. By Tituivllle, 8Ur rooms, 2 baths, screened porch, (the Counly Beat of Brevard Coun ',
AUTO CONVERTIBLE TOPS ()J Meets MondayThe "" Advocate. Inn. CLOSE IN: Custom-built, with citrus $7,000.CHOICE Florlda, mole 8lb day of i'.brua ,
,, W At Tbt HUrAdvoMttM huge fireplace, cypress paneling A. D. tiMICVKTI3.
,
AUTO SEAT COVERS Rnlld/nR 13 x 17 ft. matter bedroom with HOME SITE R. BARNES. Clerk f
S "
first 1964 meeting of the '/ 85 M.ln atreeI, the Circuit Court, In and f r
] ( Tllu.vllle. Fla private bath, Florida room, den I INLET SHORES; 75 ft. lot, Brevard County Florida,""
0 REPLACE CONV. WINDOWS North Brevard Softball Leaguewas and double lot Jl ,S50.0fl I 1 magnificent i view of intO:: $4,000.or : (Circuit Court: teal ,
held Monday night at the lie;HiMorU I See By Hertlt Hall
Pr .. A..a.I.CI"n Margaret Klikna Richard:! Paxton at Deputy Clerk 1
*
DOOR PANELS home of B. D. Dunn. illlunul!' Killlorlnl: >.... ... f8' C. WIMSTO.Nf SMITH,
PAXTON, REALTORS L P.O. UOK 4J7 11 1
Teams represented were: Mo!. Henry H. Huilton. Prei I Bleu' N. Dixie Freeway New Smyrn]
1027. S. HOPKINS AM M1JO Mr. If...I 8. Huclion., V-p teach Floilila. 1
l Donald Aircraft, Titusville Ja* Robert II. Iluilmn." !'.'''y.rr..e. 419 Flagler Avenue, Beachslde Attorney fur PI.In.ltf.Feb. I
recs, McCormick Construction Phone: 428.8221 or 4288142 7, II, a, 211 (Frl.) 1854. I!
"oood-CI. po.lllr" paid at Tltu. j
Co., Colonial Spirits and Lock- villa. I'loriel.
; herd. ___
Henry H. Huilinn Fnbllnhur ------- -- IN tilt: flit( \Tr luiKr or Tilt
Robert II. HudPon.. K.IHorr .M.M JlllKltL (IKllIT IN
The league Is striving for eight: ).vlil Dunn. A.lvrllnln Mo Ann Fun BKfcV\HO IULNTI.H. .
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORSCommercial teams this William O. l.ynrly Circulation Mil Now,1 ..\.
year. Tcnative start- It's Hen tlltXI'HV: NO.! D 1NOIIl .
----- ,.... 4. t OK HUT I
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Industrial ALBERT H. 8CHU1.TZ.!
New .IBPI.lnuit

House Wiring and Fixture FACING GOLF COURSE 1961 ADMIRALCOLOR JAL8AN". CORPORATION, m Florida,

53 Fairway CircleA Corporation, et ala, I
Licensed In Veluvia and Brevard Counties ertJ i Most Cities Defendant

In These Counties I ; beautiful view of New Smyrna's 18-hole Golf Course and ClubHouse TV TilE 1O: THE 8TATK. KI8SISLL.OP FLORIDA COMPANY

from this new 2-story home. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 30-foot corporalloll or..nlled and e

ELECTRIC SERVICE OF N. S. B., ) living room, den, full dining room, and double carports a Soling rut under Ohio the law of tYOlJlft.a *'

!: t house planned for people who enjoy Florida living at its best! { HKKEBY NOTinE
107 N. Oranoe New Smyrna Slut a nil haa been filed agalni
Phone 4232484 Open for Inspection: I you In thn above-entitled. caum, and
: t I you are hereby required to file youanawer ]'
BLITON BUILDERSNEW or written defenaea. If no/,
will the Clerk of Ohio Court, and to
SMYRNA BEACH serve a copy thereof upon the FlaK
tiffs attorney, whoa
name an
I Phone: CA 8.2542 .ddr.... aupvara. hereon, on or bet,
the 2nd day of M.rcb9ti4.. If yo
fall lo do no, a Decree Pro Contem-
-. --. -- -- -- - will be enured aiulnat you for threlief
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demanded In the Complain
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i The nature of Ohio proceeding b>
f7s Ing a soil for foreclosure of a mar
gage on) the following ileairlbed re
4 property lImlrmJ.lo.r (1. being In Br
card to-wlt:
ADDITIONS East! one half of the Houtheaat
FLUNKED quarter of the South' writ quarter
a of Section 15, Township 19
,, South Kange 37 East Brevard
I County, Florida.:
LESS!: the) following described
G ? a I TIM COUaTNEY lN/d LUll real property, tt-wlt .
: Coromeaa.Ing
L ANDREPAIRS 0..11. _... bwboY .In 1. uIN WdnutYews1 ." at t the 8oulhweat. corner. of)
0 II IndIlClad. h.d..ood .alld.. tiectlon. IS. Township 28 South,
yBon's New adnosl I built 20,000-.olt prtciilon I
Root 87 Eaat,
.... Hrevard County,
: I crafted insure, ell. "vtd with color lay glut range harp block-Itirreltuner Florida:: run theme North 0'UB'

'nd.w ,n., ,Ieu.... llirtttdchtnnel 2J"; Eaat along the West t line:
.Malo. tar. of sail Hewtlon 11. aald line be
ing also the center Use of Bab-
I I cock Hired dedicated. I'lO') feet I
wide) distance of 1344.11I. feet to
r I a point; thence South M- S7' t\ "
II Eaat along the aoulhV rightof.w.y .
; line 'land It. wwlerly e..
I [iJ: CRUm C7 MORE m EASIER lennlon) ef Crown Boulevard' aaahown >

NATURAL 001081' COLOR (UNINCII on CROWN. ._r.II.HEIUHT8Bl'BDIVWION. to the

FII Plat thereof recorded In Plat
II ''I I l Book 13 at page 42: of the puhlta
ran wJ i\I i recorda of Bravar County rhoida
ahead the i
a a lo plan for J tap a distance of tnt feet to a
I point: thence South to* 58' ) "
kail a Hatance, of IIM 4* feet lo
woll-boing end financial security of your family.Let tht Point of Beginning; thence

Gold "-1._ W h N., Willi New South tO": 31' 82" Cut a distance
cur Trust Officers develop a lound eetat.plan FINANCING AT LOW BANK RATES WAr.., CII.IO Admlt.1 I Admeale of 1167.44 feet to a point! thence
.oar. ....... of _. ''afrena' Cob Contrail south II' 44* 07' West a dlataaceof
..... NN ...io4,, N 544nca ,. .. 130SI feel lo a point; thence
.., ... ".h"
wuu1rasn. / North> e5" 81' 62": Weal dlatanceof
a
to asuuro:; tho welfare of those near and '-",-. I Cmpol
SPECIALISTS IN COMMERCIAL AND 1167.3. feel l lo a point; tbeaceNoritl
> f* 4:r! K" Eaat a dlatanca
to you.Bank. ef 1JOSS feel to the Point ef
RESIDENTIAL ADDITIONS & REMODELING Beginning containing 2.0 acrea.WITM.SH .
mor. or I,..
With Your Purchase
of Any Color my hand and aeilaald o
TV Set We Will Install A $69.95 Color Court at Tltuavllle.\ BrtvarCounty.
FINANCING AT LOW BANK RATES Florida, this 21 day ef Jan
of New Antenna for Only $29.93 vary 1M4.CUKTia.
Smyrna f --rt- -_.- e R. BARNES
Clerk Circuit Court ,
Brerard County, Florida
CONSTRUCTION CO. By Beetle H.UDepull

With Trust Powers S J. R. STOREMIMS Court Bwal.. .1)CrottoD. Clerk

Brewer A. Holland

200 Canal l Sirevt New Smyrna Beach Florida P. O. Box 2122 Phone AM 7-3688 SHOPPING CENTER 267.7000 Attorney. 0. Box for HtTlluavllle PlaintiffP. .. I

Construction & Home Financing Experience ), Florida
U- Jaa. 31. Feb.. T. 14. :n (Fri) 19 4.Palle .



-- FtU.y, Ftbruary 31, 1N4 TMvsvllU (FUrMe. ., ) Star A Facile \the dredge in order to dredge a canal and .
New SmyrnaSets was to be moved from the Cocoa also a beach Thursdays muting authorized LEGAL PADS Big Supply,'330
: tI tf tf t
aria into South and Fox Luke, The County Commission in advertising for new bids. each at Star.Advocate Office

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Unkle FuD's Big I ;


Open House I I : :".

.:, ". .
t 'j "1- '..
New Smyrna Beach is optiiing '... ,,'.., ..
ii CoYumWal / 4 its aims to residents of this area ) ,.."'. : f

this *'ec kind lit an open houseat aI
the yrna, Yacht Club. I
I
I Business people oC that South i See "Directly on the Ocean
Vol'isia' City invite North Bro ; J

me an' Sophrony went na have no more curfew in Coon yard resicUnts in particular to I
down tew Miami over the week Ilullcr He says every time they \ "i' with them, stopping by at 28 Miles North of Titusville
end in our horseless carriage an' sounded it they woke every body the club to enjoy a relaxing time
liked tew got the dayhtes skcered and refreshments

oot of us at all them machines on up.Ed (Heller called up on the OCEANFRONT No
It is all part of a promotion to LOTS
the roads an' streets an' the way tellyfone tew say he waz glad my
chow that New Smyrna has; IDolfor
folks drives e'm derned if it Grandpaw! Snazzy wasn't hurt
alnt a sight: on this here earth the bad after Postmaster Wattwood in the way of a place to( City
way folks trys tew bump each got him out of that fix he was Dr. Edward J, Tapla-Ruano live its recreational facilities*,
other off with there dern &gas: in Grandpaw finally learned schools churches, rental and 10 Model Homes

buggies That 'live an' let live how tew read an' he waz so Dr. puishasdblo propcaty, bonus, Taxes
slogan: sure dont have much anxious tew read everything Tapia-Ruano ctt .acre'
meanln' anymore when folks gits dtrned if he didn't t get his head, SILVER SANDS FEATURES ,

behind Unkle the Hubert wheel of Iloofnogjjli a gas buggy.isimprovin' stuck in a mailbox Opens Practice At Lake Dredging a) Over Frontage mil* of Ocean and Canal City Water, Lights, TUphon

little Be seem' y'all Close to Schools, Churches, Shopping
He
a lit a matchtother
day tew see if I there wag Unkle Fud Hard Surface Roads Private Canal acctn to Inter-State
Medical I Center Being Held Up
any gasoline in the tank of his W.torw.yLARGE
r horseless carriage there wag r..ll
Glad tew see Senator Parrish Former Resident Dr Edward J Tapia.Ru mo Dredging of the South l.nkl'find t/4 e

back in the race for State Senator hs: horn pijLliclnjj/ internal lox Lake Canal, scheduled
If all the folks what wail n.t>d'' mo ,md didiolog\, it The for completion April 1, has
sent tew Tallyhassce cr Washing;: Dies In Miami Ninth! Hrivprd Medical Center, hem held up due to the fait ni
i
ton er anyplace else in this country Route No. 50, Indian River City, bids were received on moving
tew rite the nations laws Mrs Roy Nelson, a former resident since December, 1933. the dredge to the site.
were as honest in their hearts an' of Titusville, died Saturdayat According to County! Com-
minds, as capable an' as courageous Dr Tapia-Ruano received his | .
her
home In
Miami. She I
was
as Senator Bernard Tar M.D. at the Univirs' .ty of ll.iv '
the former Miss Corrie Over. LOTS low 2OO DOWN
rish, weed have a lot better KHV:' street, the daughter of long-time ana, Cuba in 1952 after which hi as as
ermint than we git most of the Judge Overstreet, colorful local completed a year's residency at LOA tiS '50 '600
time. jurist. The Mt. Sinai I Hosp.tal. Miami From Te

.. I reckon some of Jimmy Ores- Beach. He was a resident in On- 4 TO 5 YEARS TO PAY!
Her funeral Signature, Furnl"'.., Auto,
i I. stars boosters will want tew was held Mondayand Internal Medicine at St. Joseph
climb aboard old Fud fcr that remark Interment was in Miami. 's Infirmary Atlanta, Georgia Real Estate, Boat
:'. Probably won't matter Besides her husband, she loft from 1954 until 1956

a.: none cause Old Fud just call 'cm a sister, Mrs. Norwood Over. '
,. as he sees 'em, an' I don't reckon street Coggins of MiamI. The Georgia Heart Association .IItIt. DIRECTIONS TO SILVER SANDS:
sponsored' Dr. 'I'apia.Runno aa a
i anybody will git hog tied. Factis Those attending funeral scrv- From New Smyrna t take the South Causeway South
from time tew time I mite besayin' Pillow at Gliding's! Heart Clinic e
a few things about theca Call Ives Norwood from Titusville, !Mrs Evelyn were Cum-Mrs for Cardiovascular' Diseases LOAN: ; ] Bridge Towards the Hcach. Turn right on Saxon Drive ;

ndyd ates fer public office, minds and two children, Von and 1956-57.From, and travel trace miles to the entranceway!

,both Demmycrats an' Republi Clyde, Mrs. Jeanette Fulton and 1957 until I960, he
cans, an' while I ain't gonna run Bon Bruce Grant, Mrs Frank A practiced: internal medicine and 348 Titusville
nobody down, if I do know good
"' Barnes and Mrs A Hartman also did psychiatric work in the South M
"things these folks has said an'done florid. .
Spencer Neuro psychiatric Hos .
I can't see no reason not Washington 247-4331 1
pital, Spencer: West Virginia. 4
to mention it an' that goes far Liaison Officer
everybody Anyhow Old Fud ain'tlookin' In 1959 he was ciriificd by The PHONE NOWI .

fer no political favors Educational Council for ONE DAY SERVICE .
I been enuf tew do I ign Medical Giaduatcs FOl.e'l .
cause got run t Named For
M'nin' Cape 24 Monthly' 1 I
,I' Coon Holler Council on From July, IBbl( until January: Cash ..
*'' Fizzlcal fitness 19U( Dr. Tapia-Ruano practiced I To You P.ym.nta .
,
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NOTE TEW TilE EDYTOR: Kennedy AreaWilliam internal medicine at the Batavia .
(Have yew tried that wheat germ! Veteran's Hospital, which is associated I $150.00 $ 8.8'

all shook up in a bottle of Jack T. Forsmark, Petty \ with the Rochester: 300.00 17.79 I I
Daniels it shore makes yew Medical School in New York
tube! healthy,) Officer First Class, USNR has 450,00 I 26.23 ... !
Wilbur,Sikes says we aint gon- been assigned as liaison for the Dr Tapij.Ruano's) next >'ear I 600.00 34.39 '
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1,000 Vie In Bowling Tourney Opening Saturday





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Gateway Lanes Pago 6 Tltuivillo ( Floridi) Star Advocoto Friday, February 21, 1964




Installing New Star-Advocate Sports Local Bowling Team ;



Facilities HereThe


biggest bowling tournament NEWS AND VIEWS i Wins State
ever held In Brevard County will TourneyStu

officially get underway in Titus

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tllle tomorrow r----- u "ew. '
s i 1 s' ak
Approximately 1,000 keglers r
Crockett, a 18 year old Jeanne Satterfield, Elaine Stout, talon; and Bantam Girls Division Tournament, competm against
from all parts of the county will
converge on Gateway Lanes, located w Gateway Lanes baler rolled a Vicki Oglesby and Sharon Dent. Coachlna; the local group are teams from the entire United
series of 841 and Bob Miner, Frank Thurlow and
high recently
in the big Apple Shopping i4t i\\ The event was divided into 8 States Since there ii no money
led his four teammates to win Ray Tom iasello
Center for a five-day tournament different classes, Senior Boys Involved with the youths, an or-
the Second Annual Senior Boys Miner\ president of the Brevard
continue which will Sunday begin then Saturday again nextweekend and : t ts Florida Bowling Tournament Division ; Senior Girls Divls.on, County Bowling Association, said ganization for amateurs, only]

Also entering the statewide Junior Boys Division; Junior today, the group also plans to they will be awarded trophies for[
concluding March 7.
r tournament from Gateway and Girls Division; Bantam Boys Div enter competition in the Nationalbut winning the state tournament
They'll roll for a prize fund of
placing third was the Junior Boys
nearly $4,000.
I Team No.1.Tournament 1 1. A Heavyweight Fight- Fight Or Farce?
The tournament was originally 7 of ; competition WII'

slated for only four days, but conducted by 70 lanes throughoutthe .

Bob Miner\ County Bowling As. state with the proprietors

sociation president, said, "Dueto and league sponsors entering l.i510n Will Winweight
the unusual number of entries, their scores and mailing them to
the tournament will be extended headquarters in Miami!
another day to Insure all bowl.
Brockctt. who rolled games of "Liston will floor Clay by the what's the hurry?" bracket who can beat

ers A of record a chance number to complete of bowlers w 4-aaa rn4"b 212, 209, and 220 was followed by fourth round" Jim Bassitt, manager of Ham's Liston. I personally don! think It

have entered the tournament including Stan Tommasello( firing roundsof There's no reason why he Cycle Shop, is the only one of will last past five rounds. Clay '

doubles, singles and team y 200. 198 and 217 {for a 615 series shouldn't, but I don't really the group who believes the fight has not fought any real tough I

events. know." will, go the full 15 rounds, but fighters," Dick McCotter, former I ITitusvillc

Miner\ said recently, there will Others on the Senior Boys team "Fight or farce?" Liston will win "I want to see high school qaurUf- ,
be 140 five man teams entering, was Chuck Daniels, 17 years old, Liston shut Clays mouth. He's a back. ',
-- "7 who shot games of 200, 162: and This is the conversation polite. '
which breaks recordof windy character""Listen's : Wharf'that
a previous ARRANGES TROPHIES Bob Miner, Bowling Tournament. The tourney will 210 {for a $72 series; Larry Kun- ey gaining the image on the "Clay and Liston fight

There 126 teams.will be 216 doubles and president of the Brevard County Bowling begin at Gateway Lanes tomorrow. (S- isch, 16, games of 134, 142 and "spit end whittle" Irnches:! fist is bigger than my ? Haven't heard much about j

432 singles entered, compared to Association, is placing trophies for display A Photo.) 147 {for 423; and Frank Thurlow, drug stores, barber shops, and head. I'm just glad it will be it, really, I haven't paid a ten

180 doubles and 360 singles in which will be awarded during the County Jr. 16, !games: of 145, 145 and 168 pool halls, throughout the citv Clay who receives the knuckles tlon to what I have heard, Bdfi)

previous years. Miner said 317 for 458 Nearly everyone believes instead! cf me, I think Clay will I will have t o go with Listen!

have entered the all events handicap Bowling on the Junior Division Sonny Liston will drop a bombon go down In the third or maybethe manly: because of his bad*

and 63 In the all events team were C. Blocker, 125, 173, Cassius Clay, but evident ally fourth," Doug Barnhart, a ground. By the wey, whenji.
icratch.. Teams Near Titles 172 {for 470 series: R. Custer, tome of Clay's lip has rubbed off former semi probasebdll player the fight scheduled* Truman

166, 109, 131, for 406; B. Miner, and taken some effect. Few said. Scarbrough, Titusville High

Twenty four different trophieswill 148, 120, 151 for 419; B. Lust, 187, will say for sure, "I know Lis Pr H School Principal and former
H McAshan "Clay
be awarded to the first place If Parkway's Eighth and Ninth lake again can be blamed for mainder of Parkway's games are 144, 148 for 457; G. Davis, 166( tun will win, if there's nothingelse will : University of Florida fullback
be shaken Liston will
team scratch and handicap in grade teams can win the next both losses Clearlake Seventh out of the county and the seasonis 132, 152 for 450. involved." up

addition to a sponsors' trophy to three games remaining on their grade is the only county team In near completion, the gymnasium Gateway's winning Senior Division A poll]! taken last week In Ti- factor keep him will humping.have little Liston's age Mr Scarbrough: the Clay and
to do with
each teams '64 schedule, both teams will their bracket to remain un team won their first place Liston fight will be in Miami
tusville of the
more
will not benefit the teams among some It. If
Other trophies are for first probably win the county Junior defeated.All as by rolling a team high of 3183. rabid sports fans, revealed nine Clay is as cocky inside Beach, Feb 25, consequently;:*'

place singles and doubles, High Championship, as far as three Parkway teams have far as basketball is concernedfor The team had a handicap total of of ten people believe Ca ),cratch and handicap; first place, overall record Is concerned, this year : fight will not last long." I
defeated Satellite, Eau Gallic, 158 pins, with games of 891, 856, Clay will kiss Sonny Liston's weight champion of the
all events scratch and handicap; The Eighth graders, a miraculous Edgewood and Southwest. "Also, there! has been some 962 totaling 2709 scratch. With the feet, once the "blabbermouth"wakes "Liston easy I don't think What' did this poll prove? i

high game, tournament, scratch group of athletes, who have According to Athletic Directorand discussion about a junior high handicap added, their first game and his Clay has a chance: besides Nine out of ten people heatr"1
and handicap; high series, played two seasons and never coach of the Ninth graders, county basketball tournament" was 1049. second, 1014, third 1120 up: trainers carry there's no one in the heavy] love for a Iqud mouth ; I
Scratch and handicap. him off (he met (Clay has i
he added.
been defeated in any sport, are Ken Gaslin, Parkway's new and a 3183 total I.
Gateway Lanes Is also donating the only team in the county gymnasium will not be completed "But, many teams are having Winning second place honors stated, "If you whup me, I'll

27 awards Including prizes in which has not been defeated, until soon after the first of difficulties scheduling late gamesso was a Senior team from Satellite crawl across the ring on my Cocoa To Be First OpponentAccording I I
high series scratch on each pairof hands and knees and kiss your
carrying a record of seven wins March the season may run as long Lanes in Satellite Beach, with a
lanes, high series handicap; and no lossesParkway's Gaslm stated since the re as March\ 25," he said. score of 3119. Third place was feet") Titusville High School base. I
high game on each of the nine ninth won hv Hnlirlav Senior. bowling The only person out of ten to Bailey, he will ]
.team squads graders li i -i ;;: ball team will play a 12 game have several athletes who '
coached Hank Lowe, who f rom tiday Lanes: in Hollan sports fans who were asked concerning played
!Miner\ said Gateway has recently by Crowd For 500 dale total of{ the who upheld schedule wttlr their first clfsTT. mite bail 1 I
installed new ball returns, have a record of 5 wins and 2 Big Expected roiling a 3068. fight against a tough county rival, the last year and did a I
The Gateway Junior Boy's Division Clay was John Redman, Royal fine
telcscores settees and losses (both to Clearlake) beat Cocoa Tigers, March 3. job. Among the list was
for, added convenience spectatorseats of Southwest last week, the only Although Titusville and this Fireball Roberts, Jim Paschal, No 1 team placed third be Oaks Golf and Country Club Tommy Edwards, pitcher, Dennis

the bowlers team in the county to go undefeated area will not have an entry in David Pearson and. Darel Die hind the winning Brookside Jr., resident professional. Other teams listed on the Morris, pitcher, Wayne Crad
until that time. The win. the Daytona 500 at Daytona ringer, Parnelli Jones Buck from Brookside Bowl in Naples, "Clay in the fifth" schedule will be Satellite, Mel. dock I
ner may be determined when the Beach Sunday, about half Baker and Johnny Rutherford in 3066; and the second place Bombers "The Louisville lip hasn't miss. bourne, Eau Gallie, Melbourne pitcher and catcher; Gene

Ninth graders. meet Southwest in is that order from Jax Beach! Bowl, Jack ed and I don't wink he will," Central Catholic, New Smyrna Melvin, first; Gary Hart, third; i
the population ex
I have sporting
rental
If f
you the final game of the season, to attend the South's sonville, 3033. Redman said Beach and Oviedo. Earl Evans, second and outfield; ,
March T. pected No single make of car emerged BPAF officials estimated nearly Suffering for players to fill Sam Wortham, out field and
housing list it In biggest stock car race. Clay; Is faster and I expect
from the balloting favor pitcher; and Charlie Huggins,
as a 10,000 children throughout certain vacancies,
The Seventh graders, coached This year will mark the sixth him to stay away from LUton as "especially outfield. i
The Star-Advocate! by John (Hall, have the same running of the Daytona 500 at ite to win the 500. Ford received Florida entered the tournament much as possible and then hit someone to take over the mound I
three votes, as did Dodge, Plymouth Satellite Beach also had a Ban duties", the Terriers
record as the Ninth, a 5-2. Clear. the International Speedway and him unexpectedly in the fifth Coach, Several players are expected
and tarn Boys Division tie for second Morrell\ Bailey, his
Mercury. predicts team to
I officials are estimating it will be round as he predicts," come out after basketball season -
with a team from New Port Rich will really have to work in
Also on tap at Daytona thisweekend orderto including Bob
I won by one of 12 men at a record "All I know is what I read in Cbmparato
ey bowling a 2953. The winning finish near the top in the and Tim
are two 100 mllers, the Darrowman, both m-
The One Thai speed of 160 10J miles per team In this division, from Mar. papers county. fielders.
starting at ., today Saturday
1pm ;
hour. lanna, bowled a three-game total Harold Murphy, Royal Oaks
Estimates of the speed of the 250 mile modified tports- cf 2358, only one pin higher than General< Manager and a former
Got Away race ranged from a high! of 170 man race at 1 p.m. and followedby the Satellite group lineman for William and Mary, I

miles per hour to a low 153391, a 51) mile late model con Titimille also entered a Junior takes the positive attitude: Set Your Dial on WRMF F

with the consensus of the 42 bal solation event. Girls team, although they failed Liston will knock him out be

You miss lots cast working' out at 160.103 Sunday's 500 race will begin at to place in the top three. Bowlingon !: fore the fourth round I believehe SUNDAY FEB. 23 at IWII"( '
eflab
can
t. which would break the mark set 12:30 p.m. f the team were Jerry Davis, can do it in the first round ,

the, opportunity but don't let to by Glenn "Fireball" Roberts in I !etan To THE BIGGEST< NASCAR

t the 1962 race by 7.574 mph. LlDlCM
t RACE OF THE YEAR!
save your money
Of the 12 drivers named as
from yowl I I KING & QUEENSTAKES
get
away possible winners, Marvin Panchof HONDA "
Open an account The 500"Ml
today! Daytona Beach and Richard FINALS Daytona
Petty of Randleman, N C, tied
as favorite with eight votes each "World Ho. 1 CyeU" I SATURDAY NIGHT!
4 Cycle No Oil Mix
Will lllld during' the estimating by the
Your Savings Pure Oil Racing Panel Following y ,4 "
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them were Freddie Lorenzen, F 7y.; Sorry! No Minors! :
Earn 4% For You Paul Goldsmith, Junior Johnson! : {


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In spite of the cool, windy day ( CUts Enclttiod Hooted CrorxUttndi THE WORLD!
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First National Bank out to join in a two-blind hole HAM'S m un M UCUM AM ..

tourney which was won by Grace Dial 1020: Kc. fee kby M...........

ST Williams, runner-up Shirley .,.. .., lletleuta -
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA Pitznck in under handicap CYCLE CENTER G' f .n Sunday. F... 23

Washington and Pin St. group; and Dottie Dooley, runner ( PRESENTED BY McCOTTER FORD
Magnolia Plane, Tltusvlll.
Jackie Keller\ in over CLUB
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;February 71, 1964 TltutvllU (Florida) Star. Advoett P.g17
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ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, onlj23c
Mims Area Happenings Cooking Course : each at the Mar.AtfvocaN..

Pi'i. Kenneth XI Craves, son .
I "r Mr! and lln! D. J. Craves I

Methodist Men To View FilmsBy \JIM\i,mfkti Old Dixie an (eight( Hwy-week? Titusville cooking. Dr Robert 0, HogueOptometrist

nurse. Fib IT. at the Army
Mrs Gladys McL n
AM 7.U48 which had previously been num This play poitoffice was Sf'tlP Graves was trained to prepare Announces the new"

'I'Nethodist! tyen"i Club of bered and from these number to help the children. in their food under garrison or field condition 1 I. c'+iti j..n. of his office *

Mimi will meet m Its regular the door prize was chosen and Social studies on community *. ntPIRTI.E
"get( -1"f - The 20 r-old entered
soldier
i 24tt1. nt 7:CO p.m. In the Educatiornl To further carry out the George. >'e : PLAZA
I Wednesday( the 19th Mrs. the Army last July and received
: Bldg. President Whit Washington: theme, whose birth Tltui/ill Fl*.
Betty Bradley, curriculum coordinator .tdc training at Foil Gordon,
Peebles will preside The guest day we celebrate the 22nd, the Offle Hors Phone
Ga He attended Tituiville High
speaker of the evening will be hostess served, buffet style ) made arrangementsto r.i School 9N: 6.00: AM 7.1915Sue's
Miss Frances Gactano who will cake- topped with cherries and tike Mil Eicherts! class to i ,
gtyytr -- '
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thov( film: of her recent trip to whip cream, coffee punch, the Postoffice in Mims Mrs. --

the Holy Land. Even though not potato chips, and nuts to the James Porker postmaster kindly

Methodists, all men are cordial'y!' following members: Mrs. John explaind; what work, wa involved .
invited ti> meet with this club. Taylor, Mrs. Leonard Gaetano in caring for the mail Grill
Mrs. JV. Erwin Mrs Esther from buying of !the stamps untilit "Play' Postoffice At Mimi School

Thomas Price, Mrs Courtney is ready to be sent out to other
Progressive Class Meats plrter.frs.! John Schneider cities. The children really en much m the children did. th( home of Mr and Mrs. Doug and ..>n. Craig ,)it I .lai'k"im'ill, 16 Main Str..t-Acroii from TltusvilU Post Office

Mrs Grover C Wright, Mrs. W. Jyed) this trip. Bert Hedrklc, laMel: .<'n(Ion and daughters arc visiting with1 -- !Mon nparents Now Under New Management of
Mrs. L L. Cantrell hostess -
was S. Austin Mrs. Charles Smith the rural carrier explained what Mims PTA Uinlvn .(nt* Elaine ,
\t and I
to the Progressive S S. Mr A t hold
and Mrs Bonnie Van Wagoner. he had to do with the mail as The Mimi P.T.A. would like to Charlie Garland
Class of the Methodist Church 11 1 in tusvillt'' '
he took it out on the route. On report the good turn out to their Dr : ndIrs!\ James Morris
Tuesday nUht. Feb. 18th at her
returning; to class the children much
vas ap
spaghetti supper
home Mrs John Taylor, presi Post Office Visitors WORKING MAN'S LUNCH ----
were real excited :about all they predated 1 and highly successful Parrish
dent, presided over the meeting. Mr. mitt Mrs. Fred Lo May, Choice of Meat
had teen and will enjoy their The safety program the boys and
Mrs John Schneider gave the From the play post office post office in their class room girls had written and acted out Elli Lane, had as recent guestsin 3 Vegetables 97 C
devotional and medItation. Ruth EicherU' Horn Mad Corn
Mrs. Breador
pictured much more. was quite clever and enjoyed by their Ion e, Mr, nnd Mri. Wil
After the business part of the room at Mims School Stage t winners Hospital Rolls, Coffee( or Tea
those present The poster linn: lisp of Coma The four(
meeting. Mr Cantrell entel"talnf'd Regular Level the children have: After talking to Mrs. Bradley
with a Bible quiz been practicing buying stamps :and Mrs. Eichcit I believe\ they were presented with awards chaise cnj.>yol,l tin a fit rnuClft playing LUNCHES AND SANDWICHES PACKED TO GO

Each guest was presented with and mailing letters, using play enjoyed this trip every bit soIi.r won Activity : cjirili Open i I. m, to f p. m. Daily Except Sunday

Personals
Admissions and dismissals at
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Mrs. A. A. Stemmetz, motherof Jess rarrish Memorial Hospital( 100,000 Mile Run

Mrs. Arthur Miller, has re for February 18 and 19 were as Movie Is Shown
Add A Room turned to her home in Evanivlllo: follows:

f Ind. February IS Titusville Rotary flub viewed

y I i Admitted( : Titimillo: Gloria a ZOinlnutp film on the unusual
Mrs James Parker, postmaster Wright. Joseph Knight. Flora V. 100,(KM-mile Cornel reliability
1 /lit CALL US FIRST FREE ESTIMATES I I
ot Mims, attended an all day Kelly Italerik Schultz, soil run completed late list year at
1 NO OBLIGATION 16 YEARS EXPERI training class on the Zip Code Liuirrne Junes; Othrit: IIa7el the paytona Speedway
r' mail program, In Orlando Feb. Cuter Susan Bray! and Christopher
T ENCE IN BUILDING LICENSED AND INSURED Till film showed planning/: tjo
18th Lovttt
of Indian Rw City;
e log Into the run the actual: run
; RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL.NO and William T Elba. Mim. Itself over I 40diy pi-iM! and
Mr. and Mrs. F. II Smith of Discharged: Titusville: Lor the conclusion
DOWN PAYMENTI I Ft. Worth Texas are visiting mine Flitch and Pauline Wit 20OFFReg.

their daughter and son-m-law. back; Others: Vhgie L. Hollcy, During the meeting:, Bill Tnmantianifr >
Zeke Evans Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tarbox, and Indian River City; Wilma Jean chairman of the Interact -
grandchildren, Freddy and Teddy Ellis, Clifflc Belcher. and Hob Club committee. said that
of Dixie Village.Mr. crt Romans of Mans; and JewdlV.VInmi. the club was" under May at Titus
'\ Construction Co., Inc. .' Christmas vlllc Hlijh School and that Art 1 1.35 pr 1.08 Pair
Tolls has been named
1425 Magnolia AVI., Indian RIver City Ph. 247.3J47 und Mrs. Ralph Rucks of February J 19 advisor faculty
Ft Pierce were recent vIsitors inShop Admitted Reg. 295 2.36
: Titusville: Lillian pr Pair
Price Dojglas: Moore, Anna I i
If
Slantm you get any businessover ,
Pitrlcia Fiction Debra Save 20' in famous Visionhosiery
Belk-Lindsey in Titusville Shopping Center 10 AM to 9 PM Dial AM 7-1511
Zediker and William Stoddard; :: the telephone in lovely leg flattering
Others: Jewell Bradfuld, Indian
,:( shades of betsy ross,
River Mims; and City Doris; Osceola Pitchford Glenn Mer i ,you will get more business I- hurdy fiurdy, liberty bell,

nil Islrml i I when you use and county fair. (I I

LilldseI ? Discharged: Titimilli: Dewey i, r
S. Herndon! Geneva Gunn. nod*, HOSIERY DEPARTMENT
a
SALE STARTS 10 A. M. SATURDAY rick Schultz, Drannlng Knight QtftMH
and t-r-ume Ne\ln; Others: JO

phine Ilawthecne', &()/ f'l; 303( S. Washington Ave.
Margif Glllo!ple; Merntt Island;
'BIR1UDA r rwASHINGTONX and Pearl Young, Sharpe 267.5530
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She J plainYRA11'lE
p Only Phone AM 7-1511 Store Hours:

choP d the 9.90 price.- WhJle Fegnlar 4.93 I ors a mystery LCu onsere tow. Shop Belk-Llndsey 10 AM to 9 PM 10 A. M to 9 P. M,
bave R 9ulaf Tbey Laa! Marked. First Cdu'to MgjST. ornin9op i Titusville) Shopping
t\\\1 its Y situr WASHINGTON'SBIRTHDAY Center
trio
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2 Piece Foam Reversible Rz7" SeCt1
BEDDING ng Catalina a new lengthIn
Se1l.r shorts ,11AJi"' shorter

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ODD END TABLES .. KEDETTES Match them
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SUITE COCKTAIL TABLES '. KEDS & tee shirt and you a
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You've heard how It looked at Valley bargain in BOYS SWEATERS, sizes Hear This '! One only Reg. have 15 BEDSPREADS values to
6 to 1 10. Originally made for George's $22.95 white Grocade DUSTER with fea- $14.95 Twin and Double, Ordered for
Si{//i\\ Forge after George broke camp. Junk Army, they ran out of material and had ther trimmed cuffs. George shot the Martha and George but they wouldn't

: ( a table and stuff of just was such everywhere stuff ., not here wortha Is a to unless quit you. now buy we. .are Reg.stuck 4.98 with them$2.22 bird fur this duster. Now $18.22 have 'em. How about $7.88 for you' '


cent more than marked. Reg. 59c Handkerchief, Martha forgot
2 size 8 COWBOY SUITS, Flute Player them and we don't need them Yours Little\ George made such a fuss about
H : 22 cent to 3.22 ndj Flag-bearer could not wear them. for . , . 22c
YoUr for $1.22 this one they brought it back. ONE
uia I
: Includes under wear, shirts, vests, socks, CHILD'S SPREAD 22c

other items, all dirty, faded, stompedon Martha needed one of these. So do you!
One group of SLACKS too long for CHANEL JACKETS, reg. $7.99, now
: pinched, etc. George's Day Just right for you. $5.22. Others at $3.22
I : \ Chopped to $3.22 6 BEDSPREADS, would have made
good skirts for Martha's day. 5.22 and

10 pairs BOYS SOCKS, we should have Stuffed LEATHER ANIMALS valuedat $5.22.
; saved these for St. Patrick's Day. Any- $2.99. Dy George, we don't' want

I'' : > way to sell they them.are fading 22c per so pair.fast we have got SPORTSWEAR! DEPT. I them. Yours for $1.22.

14 LID COVERS. They didn't use thesein
ODDS AND ENDS. Values! to $1.00. George's day. Live modern, try 'm

3 only DOYS SPORT COATS these They wouldn't sell in 1763 Try them . . .
would have sold but no one in George's O. K. for the Redcoats but the colorsare now. Only , 22c all. 22c each
4a Army wore a size 6! $1.22 sound good. wrong!=: for us. Reduced up to 40',;,
;. one size 20, red . $13.00
: Martha wouldn't have these in her'day.
3 SUITS, 38 reg., 42 reg., 42 long. Wecan't Ten assorted styles, HANDBAGS. Val- 2 pr. only DRAPERIES. You'll think of
ues to $3.99. Now. . $1.22 the old Bunker Hill !flag when you see
r describe these here,but the style 3 Only Leopard trim Coats,
these. But who cares at 22c a pair?
reg. 17.93! $12.00
( was wrong for George's Day just

T/\* / J DG" right for you at only $22.00. Reg BILLFOLDS$3.95, Now AND. .FRENCH. . PURSE. $2.79

: \ Washington's Soldiers had camouflaged Other shot draperies at proportionate
trouble in '78 but if they had reductions.A .
We have 12 sweaters left these were these they would have been in good
PETTY PANTS and WAIST CINCH
:: turned down by the Continental Army, shape. Indescribable ladies'
patterns COMBINATION. Martha these,
: so you get a crack at them. $6.22. sizes, broken 22 ONLY COTTON wore
now it's your turn. Reg. $6.95. Now $4.63
: : .7 KNIT JACKETS, Reg. $5.99 $1.22
Np'I
few PLACE MATS and MIXER COV-
Dacron and cotton SPORT COATS. ERS that got left m the retreat. You'llsee

We've tried everything to get you to RUGBY LOOK The British bought'em LONGLINE BRAS. Do you want that why . 22c
buy these they sell everywhereelse Longhne look that Martha had?Try this
but here. If they don't sell now, but since they lost they're ours. reg. 7.95 . Now $5.32
IIW we'll ship them across the Delaware. LADIES T-SIIIRTS, reg. $3.99 $1.22

.J ; Values to 22.50 $8.22
h BRAS Famricadabra and Comfort One lovely GOLD TABLE CLOTH with
( ONE ONLY, UNIFORM $2.22 Zone by Exquisite Form. Broken sizes napkins. Martha wanted white, we gotit
We have 3 of SPORT SHIRTS
groups $1.99. $2.36 and $3.16.CHILDREN'S. back again and again. $10.00 value,
(long sleeve) We donated these to
) George for Bandages, but he returned Now . . . $6.22
\ 20 LADIES BLOUSES, your choice .22
them with
no comment.

: GROUP I Dae/cotton size I DEPT.You I
\ ? 14 Vi and 17 Vfc only $2.52 Ladies, Sizes 8-18 SLIM JIMS $2.22 NYLON THROW RUGS Look like Mt.

Vernon for sure, no cherry stains. Pric-
t \\ GROUP II The Rugby look ed from I t.: 22c to $5.22
\ please . . $1.22 Even Martha wouldn't wear this. AS
SORTED SPORTS WEAR reduced to know where I wish the manufacturer -
Vt OFF had these well, MOS-
you guess.
GROUP won't sell III messed up. ., dirty,. QUITO CRIB. Reg. 29.95,Now $20.00
\ $2.22A The of SHEETS double and
groups twin,
: \ Women wouldn't dare, in George's: Day, cases were left on the banks of the Delaware -
group of short sleeve SPORT SHIRTS but it's the style today. DRESSES, JR's The Wild West won't have 'em, so get We did the next best thing. Sell
IjI IjIj(9J t that got caught on the bridge at Concord Misses and half Sizes reduced toi your gloves for the little Indians for them
I\ 1, carry them away, $1.22 only . . 22c Marked.to you at big savings. Priced as


20 pair of PAJAMAS camouflage pat- KNICKERS were popular in George'sday. ,::
terns used by George's Scouts. Manufacturer I LINGERIE DEPT. ] Now these are popular. BOYS
PANTS, Reg. $2.99, Now $1.52
( sav $5.95, we must be honest
and sell them for $3.22 [ PIECE GOODS I

j ) George Jr. SLACKS, Reg. $1.99 $1.50

( : 1\\ I :5\ Flannel ROBES, those look like Paul M.irtha< needed these we don't, Reg.
ill Revere used them . we wish he had $5.93' BOUFFANTS $1.22 The Red Coats did not snatch this one.
passed them out on his ride $3.22 PURSE . 22c I One table of assorted REMNANTS up to(

', Wonder what George would have saidif three yards. George did't let Mar-
tha make shorts Priced
so you gain.
Mattha had these? SHORTIE PAJAMAS TWO APRONS $1.22
Reg. 6.95 . $3.22 i is marked 22c up


,, SMOCKS, just the thing for little
Flcg $3 99 DUSTER, ready for the war
in these: now . $3.22 tykes to wear them, painting Geor- LACE TRIMMINGS left over from Mar-
I ha's pantaloons. ... \\t' Price
ge's house i. $1.22
George wouldn't buy it,maybe you will!
\ 1 White Negligie set. Reg. $14.95 Yoursfoi
$10.22 Only One! Gallop our way for the only two COWJ J BUTTONS, would have made good skip- t
BOY SUITS sizes 2 and 4. Now ]pers for George on the Potomac. All

Only .. $2.52 ]half price. '


.Reg. 3.99 DUSTERS,
now $2.22 SWEAT SHIRTS 62c1 Hooded for $1.22
I Dne box: of JUNK cleaned up after

PAJAMAS, Reg. II.89, for' $1.22 I BUNKER HILL . 2c


Keep Her Dry with these RUFFLED
Reg. $12.99 DUSTERS, PLASTIC PANTS, Only 5 A
pair -
One) table of assorted items shaken out of
/ .
Now ... .. $7.22 wonder in George's Day $1.22 ;
''v the: cherry :tre"ewhen" George choppedt

1 11 'down'"W'j.. .... ... . 22c
1
"
/1 That rascal of yours can use these here 10,
/ YOUTH SHEETS, reg. $3.00, now $2.22 .
I# \ 4# In Washington's Day,they quilted quilts. ]JUG KILLERS -' didn't work on the
Now, it's robes! QUILTED ROBES, reg.
; Wacky SLACKY SET, yellow, :]Red Coats "George said give 'em
$1499: Now 12.99 Now $8.22
I0.22Reg.
i//h! \\ Reg. $2.99; Now $1.82 I I back." Reg. 3.99. Now $2.22


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Around $tar Advocate: Brevard Lumber Company

(By Bob Hudson) READY-MIXED-IN-TRANSIT CONCRETE

Enjoy getting the publication hurry." Th Vole of) 25,000 North Br vard County Rstdnt f Building Material 9 Lumber 9 Paint Hardware
"In The Capitol" which Is the "Will, you certainly are -- - Page 1-:-f\ WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSESLet
$*dIo--;' TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21, 1944
Us Gin You An EstimatePrompt -
official publication of Secretaryof brave, the dentist exclaimed, --
State Tom Adams.In "Show me your tooth" Delivery Phone AM 7-3331:)

February, Adams discusses "Henry," she said turning to Retarded Children's Organization l t

the Budget Commissionwhichholds her !husband:; "open your ---- .- ----
the purse firings of Florida mouth." ,

government.He points out that the Budget (Charts Ml-Oul Membership Drive For Titusville & North Drcvard; County j I

Commission was first created in The writer was amused by a .
1921 and that it has seven members "memorandum" and first press { Mrs J M UK-del mcmbeishio le\late (his vi i io'is" icmdiii> STAR-ADVOCATE Classified AJs Get Result :
-the Governor, Secretary of release about a change 1 in public chairman: of the Brevard County Mrs Undcl .i-M.rteri "It I
State, Comptroller, Treasurer, relations directors at a state Association for Retarded Child. din' conviction n the ASSOIM' I' --- -- ---- i
Attorney General, Agriculture agency ren announced yesterday the trio' that if ui arc" l I" niakithill .
Commissioner and State School The "memorandum1 announced IL members of! her committee! cnnecrti-il itml' .111[ mnihcishlp I
the The bit must rot "' broil)
Superintendent.So change. amusing which will "p"Jrhl'adlhc tiisociatiun : up"
if you don't think the prop. was la the first press release for Ii .impawn for new mess' i'm>>s "< iti"n i tI""., uMiiuunity, i I
er amount of money is being the new public relations directorthe tiers in March 1h.it is ni (,t"l I IIII1SCI i\
turned loose-you now know who very first word was wrong.
to blame. The release started out 'Form Ser UK ,n the tonimittve arc:
ally with the .. and should &b> 1\ N Good, 80 N. Oak The FriendshipTree
The creation of the world is have read "Formerly with the Si E.II *Bathe, Mrs. C L, Wood. Phone AM 7-1511 J) 4j ) :
told in Genesis in 400 words. The ." It stated that the new dir. an P ,O Ba153, Mcmlt I Island : Store (Hours. I
Ten Commandments have 297 ector had previously been with Mr A R I'ediick. 119 Is New 10 A.M. to 0 PM
words, and the Declaration of another state agency ,the wordis Snnsii! DrlCocoa Beach, c"Bobbie
"formerly" not "formally' MrU.n',id Kovuljam. 1 1588
Independence has 1,821. But a
government pamphlet required What a way to get off to a start) (innml WaEau Gallic;; Mis At The LibraryThe Brooks
F HIHILiiu 916i New Haven

2.500 words to announce a reduction -
Melbourne! Mrs. F. L. Bcrjci '
in the price of cabbage This inquiry came to the resrrvatiuns Ja' axe foI'muttK'! ( new hooks li.ucbrtn
,
.ni)3: ) Clearlake Terrace
seed deck of a convention loicMvcil, aIhl' TilusMllo
(11'la and Mis Chris Sturm,
hotel: Box :34J1: Rockloilticjmlcr Public Library
An alarmed motorist stopped "Do you have suitable ac
/but riedly when he saw a young conunodations where I can put I tin leadership of this Adult, The Irii'mlshi) tree byIlurric
man beside an overturned sports up with my wife" committee 'the association! plans Weed llublull; Beyond< \.
car. "Anyone hurt In the accident K ilt'i\ i vi<' &groups: profession- the meeting |xit by Nathan (ilaIT /
?" he lI clubs A stranger In my crave: ; by
inquired. seivlcu
This writer was pleased with i I'' insinuations
Margaret Millar; Way Station by
"There wasn't accident, individuals to the
any and many
observation made Con
one by '
Cliffini!; D, Sim.il. ("innriOraril
replied the young man calmly, gressman Ed Gurney when ne ads or the mentally\ ic-turdid by Howard lire, I It"
"J'm 1 changing a tire." speaking here recentlylicn it[ this community uiiii t to[ enlist
cyclopedia of Hurlila \II Inn
asked his opinion of Howard W their i-i'lp in meeting those Wejlilcy; Lucien Pissarrn, liy, W t t
,
"New Vistas", a beautiful full (Judge) Smith, the longtime Coeds S, Mcadmorc\ ;
color publication called a magazine congressman from Virginia, whois MIH Riedtl referred to thc ,
for General Development chairman of the House rules the late Teen-age suspense| dories by 1
PLEASE HELP The Heart Fund drive is now in pro .itcment' nude by rtl' ,
Corp property owners came committee, Gurney, who is a ana Steven E'dns n'month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. fr,' idont Kennedy: "It is my A., L Furman; The family conk
across our desk the other day. member of the opposing party replied gress book by Gertrudeilkinson.; In
In
would like do couvution that the advances
Avenue to /
Evans of 312 Oelespme ,
It's to be published quarterly to : "I 1 think he is one of the Lloyd sects, U S, Dl'pof\ Agriculture: ; \1-- I
und
services
research '
tell of the latest development In finest Americans in the country" his part t by asking everyone to please help fight heart program- Great American Mansions andether
attended meeting of the heart m,ng in the area of mental te- '5" '
disease. Steven recently a ,
the growing areas of the firm's He went on: "Howard Smith is storli1" by Merrill 1'olsont,
interest Port Charlotte, Port one of the finest congressmen in fund chairmen with ins mother and was caught by thu tird.iti make It imperative Laroiissc Encyclopedia( of Mytliology are" I
Malabar Port St Lucie Port St. Washington When people accuse Star-Advocate photographer as he displayed his sign. that a concerted effort be undertaken Robert Graves, Introduced l
John and Sebastian Highlands him of being an 'obstructionist' (S-A Photo). now to prevent and al- by; American Heritage Fib,
t I ''There are some 18,000 residents when he uses his committee to 14 Vol. XV.
I of these five residential.community slow down some pending legislation -
areas. Pretty big addition to my answer is always To Erect Juvenile: Dirk lives in llollanil[ ,.
Contract .
I this state 'what's the great hurry'." $1,224,793 Anna Hiwkln", Itrick Astrxl I.ImlKrcn Y
: Snow Dog by Jo Sykos,
A man and his wife entered a Gurney pointed out that some Itivrr Circus by West t Lathro| ; A refreshing:: new
dentist's office "I want a one needs to be a watchdog on Safe" Buildingswhich Old 1 man up a tree by Garcth look in
some of) the "far out" legislation "Explosive Adamson, ; Search fur a living separateshere
tooth pulled, the wife told the being& proposed and he was highin fossil by Eleanor Clymer, made to
doctor. "And don't bother with his praise of Smith for devoting A $1.224,793 contract has been sponsibility for several of NASV's, will be four stories high,, mix and match
gas or mvacaine. We're in a his life to such a course. awarded by the Canaveral Dis deep space probes and unmanned and will have 1,600 square feet A fresh look at lowers( by
of It will contain equip James Cook with 1 a crisp,
I trlct of the Army Corps of Engineers spacecraft programs. space l\\ ura Jean Allen;
for two "explosive safe" One of the two buildings will ment for fueling spacecraft tic- by Adele DeLeeuwj; Starfish by looking stripe t'' 1 t
SHOP BELK-LINDSEY I buildings to be used in connection be a four-story high Sterilizationand fore they are delivered to the .Edith: Thaclior lluril, Your own shirt paired with
I 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. Assembly Laboratory, which launch site room Interior Decorating gulik- '
National Aeronautics
with the slim pants. Dacron :- ,..._.
AM two will be for girls by Mary Furlong Moore
l 7.1511 and Administration's Mill contain Z,2olJ.aquare Both of the buildings ;
Space "'' ;'
"
and
Ranger, Surveyor Mariner and foot,assembly rooms plus an air of reinforced concrete and will H-itli (the naughty otter by Don cotton ':
r Voyager unmanned spacecraft lock room for use in .sterilization be "explosive afc" to( minimize freeman; The golden\ spike by blend In red or ; f "-
WASHINGTON'S programs procedures.The the danger of accidents. Over Harold Little-dale; Wild animal blue\ ;' Sizes 5 to
other structure will be a all, the work Is I scheduled for book Feixlor Rojankoviky, pictures i
BIRTHDAY SALE! Fryd Construction Corporationof Propellant Laboratory BuildingThe completion In late summer by.landanl 1 15. Shirts, 3.99

Miami Beach received the con- Pants, 5.99
tract to construct the two build
REGULAR 1.00JEWELRY' ings In an area north of the industrial Thor Booster for NASA'sTAD
complex at Cape Kennedy


I 22C The. facilities will be used by Arrives At Capeto SPORTSWEAR

REGULAR 2.00 of Tech
I the California Institute 'I v> DEPARTMENT

JEWELRYGIFTS E L 82cI nology's for Jet sterilizing Propulsion fueling Laboratory and[- first Thor to be used at approximately 330,000 pound .I Delta us well a.i TADIn f

I checking out spacecraft prior to the basic booster on NASA's new as compared to 172.000 pounds future scientific( satellite t pro- : T .
flight JPL, has the program re- Thrust Augmented Delta (TAD) thrust of the standard Oilta.NASA's grams
I ----------- ---- ---- Goddard Space Flight .
I UP TO 50 % OFF! I salved at Cape Kennedy Wednesday Center is SYNCOM Project Manager ---- --- --- ----

"READY FOROCCUPANCY" frun the Douglas MI,- : Douglas is prime con- Shup Bclk-Lindscy 10 AM TO 9 PM
site & Systems Division throu-
Space
tractor to Goddaril fur the
REG. 6.95 SOFT PACK Titusville; Shopping Center
plant at Santa Monica Calif. triage Delta which currently has .

LUGGAGE E $$3.95REGULA Old Dixie lIigh.} .. y The completely assembled vehicle a icnuirkable I record of 22 conBciutive AM 7.1511
SYNCOM
near Westwood Villas will launch the launch successes.

6.95 3 Bedroom Houses 111 (communications satellite this SYNCOM III will be launched Dndscq
Cosmetics I
1 & 2 Baths Full Tile spring into true' stationary orbit DepartmentSELLABRATION

MANICURING SET $$4.95 Central Heat Three ttrup.en solid propellant Synchronous Equatorial and _
FHA or rock'tI111! be fixed to tro Circular. Previous SYNCOM
Conventional Financing I D/uglas.bullt Thor TAD first launches by Delta' were inclinedto WASHINGTON'SBIRTHDAY
JEWELRY DEPT. stage increasing total lift.off the Equator because the ve-
Phone 267-3437 or 267.1477 I thrust of the. three'stage vehicle hide did not have. sufficient
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Shop Belk-Lindsey In Titusville Shopping Center 10 AM to 9 PM Dial AM 7-1511 T.VD.\ CHOPPED LIKE A CHERRY TREE

TAD will be able to place VANITY
TRAYS
22c
about 1000 pounds into earth orbit Reg.49c
compared( with 800 pounds \
1 for' the standard Delta depending

Lindsey SPORTINGV on mimion specific lequiremonts trajectory and other MANICURE SETS Reg. 1.00 42c I

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February Jl, 1H4 *** : TIMrvllt! "' (FI,rf41)) Stsr Attvoeit 'I Is 3-1 ConflJ nrJ.\ to TWE FLESIT \ tiir nnrrir COPRT or.Tiir u' IHe.nriN. F' il'nnnF.nF.D XOTICF: or m.ixo rETIT'O
-f,frAR I XINtll Jl IllffXI rilKfIT I itMIt i\ > ANvilK I" Tilu.- FOR t'I" 11. Hler i ..*(ir: 41F
WEAK;:: You present :a good KtH HKr 11111 t OJ ltV" nr )var4 County! riorlilit. title AIMIIMTH \ HIM
$ ADVOCATE'SCrossword but I am unconvinced. Tack .r \tt. or IIIKII \ Blh u.v nf FVhruarr, .I l4. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERXlNotice
II "t Kilt NIP moatTAIL ('{'IITIII R. BAIINKH!
MISTER la hereby *lv.n that I bare
BREGER little four-liner by M.\ '
AULI3NK: TOMSO! Clerk of Circuit Court filed my Final Itriurna aa Adralnli*
in your hat band and look at it llalntlft. Court Heal) trator of the Batata or Helen. Varrfnunia
Puzzle V* Ity Hertl HallIMputy "r..I l: that I have lint
six months: :' ANQBUO: TOMA'' Clerk'
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iAAA "I tell you this and I tell ) Defendant.NOTICK Fe,!. T. .u7 21..1 irn.t 1 mit.MiriCKiir and that I will apply' to the lion.
ACROSS 1. Level 28.Blund A TO> AI't't.ARAND !' Virgil: B. Cnnkllnf.' County. Judge "'
r 1.Famous 8. Obnoclou28.! A M 5 plain: ; I..TI'TI'; \ TOHKlil I
( DEFEND Hrrvanl County I Florida, an February
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river: Eng. person doll What you have done, you will 8TATK OK rl.llltlDA In oompllnnce with (Inure Hill ;M... 1WU, for approval of thecame
B.Pereolats 10. ShethI'tr( 01\ ): Anthony Angel.o T ma..o No. 111 Chapter Number 2".1IAwa ea: I end far final' discharge aaA.lmlnl.tralor
9.Tears apart hON' It1'lnr. r ,.- again: 1nS Weal lllh Direct. orIorl.la.. Acts of '1041, the I of In" Batata uf Helent'nrr
11.Walton U. Fluctuats 31). Lttt1. i You will bite your tongue, Corona. CallfnrnhiVOlt. unnvrilineil' will reilater with the ( "unIO. ilromi'ad. Dated. tatslauary '
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M A N 1 v I ANTHONY ANOKJ.O TO. ('h..iS of Ih* Circuit Court In llrr- j
12. FI8IIure 16. Marry ctrl ot not \ !* <), are hereby notified that n Sari" County' Florida upon ircelpinf \.lnilnl.iratnr. ot the Itu ate of Hrlfa
13. Salary{ 18, Percolates 32. Head N u Upon the already bitten .. for ul\i "r.'e her kern fil proof uf publication of ..hl- \'nrr, r..unl' ti)Eve i 4. nngrr V,
14. Fowl aculnit ami. notice, loon lvk AI.. / for said E.I.le.
19.81'111. eov., N u1SMllkflah you you ire rrqulr- the fullowlna firli'' earn
A d to awye a nf Answer JAY : "lur i f 1i 14. 11 IKrl.l 2000.
20. Employ InA's copy yens U-WIt: IIKK: JKWKLKHM: un-
I'leaillnc. to the Complaint 'to the ller which we are ennaxil in n"nl l
11. Can&dlan :no New 33. MeM f... Ann Landers' frank aiul ",Intl(( altorneyi. the Law (KfI,.,. jewelry at Old Orlando, Ki.ml. In ,
province: Economic ore 1'.t....,'. A..... Oarrvtl D.I guli k, lltrbnr City sliver ('It)'. Florida and,! Ihnt ''hiunderlined ecru
1 abbr. Policy: abbr. c formative book, "Teen-Agers! r; '; "1 Ont.-r;, Me harbor Cliy are the onh poraontIktereaieil
18. Compllea 22. Cravat land 38.1 Dw.Uerj' Sex" ($2.95)), Is now available Pout Office lloi 131*. In said ImalnraiDulcd
20. ( llallle. KlorliU. anA, to nip the at Tltuaville Florida' 'M,
j' Boundlesi 24. Lofty 3'.Light 11\ your( book store. rr'' : Answer ur I'tnaillnir In the 11 lay of Jan.. AU. 191.
23. Wash mountain carriegs Eden ot the rli-rk of the Circuit' Jurors R. Itnvleii
21. Crab and 25. "- vic 35. Singer 39.Trust Ann Landt'rsN11i bo glal I : on or before ,the 1Mb ,day of Fern M. lloyleiUn.
I hold tUl woe to U. ..r h. l'M4.MEIiniN' CI. Feb. T, ll, si, (IPcii, i I1B4
Property: help you with your : FAIL NOT nr neore) .
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polarity querec1 3?.Broad n. Cover I a Send them to her in carp of 'ou, ADDING MACIIINE ROLLS. only
t 29. Fencing P enclosing Thla notice will be nuhllnhe l
f t newspaper r once 2Sc. ears at the Star-Advnua
sword I L .F of V/ : /: fj w 7 d e week for four. ">nm,< 30. Evening Vh I"h !self-addressed- envelope the Tllu.n Ille!! Hinr A.U,.,.nt.! -. Tt-| Office. ,
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11 ''t3B. i: we SAID SOMe CFTHE SPANKED F 'BEYI
Viper RSFUNTOI THIN THEY II IIDO' I EVEN ICNEV'E

40 31.Contllct hfap42.Leaveoff ,!ot I IS I e 11 :: i ; I LI6rEN TO ;1 p I I WERE LISTENING r

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48.Vlewa tides : Dear Ann Landers: This yearI time. Ditto the boy who spoke insultingly 11 I I I l'' j jC
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41. Size ot 19 30 I became acquainted with an exchange ) ta his father and grand : ;2

paper DoWY :: ; f : iit 1 student from another father. _ut V' LS. t. ; C ? I Ii

country. When I asked her to give V II
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Show ,
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1. Baca [ : me her impressions of America
respectful child and I will show
.qo 4'' a. .u I was shook by what she said. I i jI'I I IT.e.
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4. chamber .. She thoughtfully told me "You you a set of parents who! have o L i l 111YES. 1 i

I !ktorm """ .. Americans have the highest failed t to( do their job. A c

1I. Large body standard of living In the world. WE I LOOk' THfOU3HTUB I OUES9 I WELL IT CURE ISN'T'
4't
ofwaterI You lead the way In a good REMEMBeR WLJEN WATCH SHOW USTIN06, THE a ABE AS MICH+ K.'l OOINO
6.Therefore J: MORfiTV BUT NOTHING SEEMS TOO MANY 1 TO SITE W-RS WHILE
'7.7'r many areas, but your young people WE UfitiED TO WATCH
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ALL THE 71M6 rrT
show their parents less respect
WE LIKE TO
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Landers ever I resented visited."her re..iaiks: but
I Ann
later that week I saw a classic I 1

demonstration of what she was

talking! about.

she'll Never Get Him At a family dinner my t6-year- ,

old cousin told her mother to shut :

up because she didn't know what i II Ij:1. ,., ..

r she was talking about. This girls I

I Dear Ann Landers: I have a somewhere with his wife? brother ( age 19)) Informed his LM
WHERE THERE'S fiRETHERE'S
good friend who makes out a The questionnaire seems nuts father that he "had! holes In his ---- .- -

questionnaire and hands it to to me but this girl has plenty of head" then turned to his grandfather SMOKE \

every male who asks her for a datai. Please comment. and allowed as how he Fin Is an obvious peril. t NEWS IHELLOIADY | 1 HOW DIDYUU r NO, I 5 I JUSTTRIMMED
I MR. II | DOT/ ? BY f tATE: Tf, IE!! I My
date. If he refuses to till it out, was "cuckoo too". But smoke, too can be I I -
I I IWHAT'N DIETING? MSA'1X FINdlRNAll4v's..
she refuses to go with him. OMAHA Do you have any comments to damaging. Does ,ourpr..nt VERONICA, /
home office Insurance EW ? HMl"i I TOOK OfF J \ ALWAYS AND
The test consists of 30 questions Dear Omaha: The questionnaire make on this sort of thing? Whatis I protect against this I HALf A i 5... 00. A 70BNAILS, I) G
from beliefs wrong with American teenagers OF" AND GOT A
ranging religious Idea Is not only appalling and other important hix- i ; ,u-
(Number One), to "Do you feel a that they are the most .? Check with ui. We p. I HT j HORTCAHAIRCUTil

husband should help Ms wife with but self-defeating. I don't koow poorly behaved in the world? will bt glad to compare l C\ .. DDAY/r/ / I ,/ !!
what this that makes
girl's got your present Insurance
the dishes If she holds futt time ASHAMEDDear p.
a with the broad j e k'aAp
her dateable but if she's seriously coverage '
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job?" (Number 11.) of an Xwt: Casualty' I I o
hunting, for a husband Ashamed: It Is unfair to :c jJ 9k
1C1'll
Homeowners
At first when I heard she did she's doing It all wrong. lump all American teenagers together Policy.KEEL t- J +k 4

this, I didn't believe it so I asked and describe them as
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Her research would Je 4 ttet
technique D
her. She "
replied 1 am 23 years mouthy and disrespectful. Most INSURANCEAGENCY. I II'bV7O
make most males z wr
old and as nervous asa I' I IJ If
every man I go out with teenagers do not tromp on their t
INC.
lodg tailed eat in pC It
full
a room
Its a potential husband. I'm not of rocking Chairs. parents and kick them around 201 Magnolia Avenue UII.

,1 going to waste my time on some- verbally simply because most .
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'lone I couldn't possibly marry." Write to me in thre years and parents would not permit it. ATM Q ABERNATHY DEBONAIR, COLAAOGOUS, SCIENCE FICTION! 51D J

Can you Imagine turning let me know It she's still single The 16-year-old 'girl who told D' :] AMD warn CASUALTY coMpaiirHMTFOM IJUSTGOTMY INTELLIGRNT NEROf f t tJ

thumbs down on a man because and handing out questionnaires.I'll her mother to shut up had been >. CMNfCTWUT 0: PART fAN"f J
|he likes to read in bed I
or because bet she is. talking that way for quite some FORA NEWHOLLYWOOD ? WAIt

he'd rather play cards ,
or go 1 = TO SER'r
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First Methodist ..u, the ran I IRC Methodist Calvary Baptist
for the Indian .
Morn nit worship
Morning. worship will be held Two w"r hip services are held J Jat River C.ty Methodist Services will be held Sundayat
the Calvary Church
Baptist
at 830 and 11:00: a.m. at first Cool, Shepherd Lutheran Church will be held Sunday
follows
Methodist!' Church on Sunday Church each Sunday nornin, 11:00 a.m. in the new church as Sunday : School will begin at X
the first at 8:00 o'clock and the
with Rev. Ed Norman preachingon : building in the Orlando highway 10:00: a.m. under the direction of ,< .
o'clock. On Sunday
second at 10:30
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the theme "We are Chosen across horn indian RiverIelghts. Marvin Fisher, Sunday School
re 23, the Rev. Arnold
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Peo' Ille." The Indian River Lodge ruary : ;: The pastor: Rev Robert Supt., with classes for all ages
F. Claus, pastor for the congregation
No 90 cl the Masons will bo will deliver the ncr Waddell, announces that the The morning worship service .
at the 11;00 o'clock service Sacrament of the Lord Supperwill
Coasts men. "Called to 11 >liness!" text begins! at 11:00: a.m. with Pastor s
for which will be from, I Thessul bo administered during tntl11I01'nln Bill McClure\ bringing the mcs
Church school, under the hour. oc ,
7. worship sage The Young people's Group y
onions, chapter 4, verses 1 to 1)
: leadership of John lUlty, Mill A nursery Is available for the 'I tit. Sunday evening service of will meet at 6:30: pm. and prayer
beg!n promptly at 9:45: a m. with convenience of parents with worship! w.II be held at 7:45: p.m. service will be held at 7:15: y i'f''f''S % d SS

; classes (for M agis: A nursery small children during the sec lie pastor will preach a second p.m,
is PW\ Irk'
school a(.e. Adult membership The Sunday School hour is Life and Theology of John WeaJij from the Book of Revelation

class: will begin this Sunday in from !9 15 to, HI:II. with classesfor .." lie! sermon topic for Sun at the Wednesday night; service

the Pa'.tor'lI Study at 9:45: a.m. three year old children to cay: night: will be, 'But, Who at 1:10.::
: The last in a series of Junior adults. \vill Cnnvtit Me'1 CongrctaI1 The Weekly Bible Study will

V Church will be held at 11:00: A new pastor's Class will begin nal hymn will be featured be held at Drolhr McClure's ts

al-n. Sunday in llcnnciscy lull in Tuesday evening at 7:30: und there will be special musIc. homo at 220 Stuart Ave., Indian Mf .

Mn Kohtrt Gibson has bees o'clock. This Is a class which llic nuueiy>> will be available River City, Tuesday at 10:00:
dircc-tlnj Junior Church for the studies the major doctrines of tie lor lx>In the: morning and evin a.m. and Visitation will be Tues I ? .

past six weeks with the assis- Holy Bible. and will meet each Inn worship service day at 10:00: a.m.
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tame of Mrs. E. D. SiandrettMIM Tuesday evening for fifteen cJn.secutlve Sunday School lor all ages wilt Calvary Baptist is a Pre Ni1-

: Mane Young bas been weeks A duplicate study be hJj from 9.45 a.m. to 10:33: knnium. Independent Church

a music .iliuctoi The stories will will also be conducted euh Sun a.m. 'X lie children choir will! and Pastor McClure extends a c #

be given this week, by Mrs Gil day rooming: at 9:15: otloek beginning hove 1(1( l rehearsal Sunday, 430:; cordial Invitation to the public to V l 5 ; 3 i
attend all services. Services
but Ncwkeik and WilliamS on March 1, fur the con to 5:30: p m. In the tnupil ThiMetluiliU are
vcnlcme of time who cannot at bring held temporarily at the
SanrJlJbky. Youth will ; :
tend on Tuesday evenms; Fcllowslip: Women Club !House 110 Hopkins h
begin" : at 6:00: p.m. :
: Youth choir practice will beheld The third midweek L'lItcn inc Woman's Society of Avenue -V
at 4.00 p.m. Sunday follow Service will be held at 7:30 p.m.,
Chi btian Service held a rum ..
ed by the snack supper, and MYF Wednesday, "The Words: of Jesus tinea sale FIiJay at the Cham- Minis Methodist I
met'tins. Miss Lynda Port will from The Cross' Is tho general:
have tile Senior MYF program theme of the messages: by Faster bcr of Commerce BUilding. Services for Methodist Churchof
this week entitled The Life of Clans for these Lenten s<'rv. A Membership class foe boys Murs are announced as follows m
Peter Marshall" Ices. "The Word of Love" will and girls of this group meet at by Rev Lloyd Mull, pastor
I be the title of this weeks> scr 10:00: a.m. at the church Boys .

Evening worship will begin at mon Choir rehearsal will I immediately and girls of this group will bo Sunday School, 10 a.m. with.

7tiJ:: p m. Sunday follow the so i vice on given an opportuni: to join the classes for all ages. Robert M. .the joint action having survival values. How awful to be a foe,
r Choir WOrs lIP will begin at Wednesday evening church on profession of faith Porter general superintendent
( -against everything good If you would build a greater i
7:30: p.m. Tuesday The Congregational!: Commit Easter Sunday Morning worship, 11 a.m.. r ovw
world is
better
finer
church, a ; a cooperation
Mid-week prayer scivlce will tees of the Board of Directorswill A discussion group for adults 'Blessed ate the Pure in Heart"; society necessary. "Wa?
be held on Wednesday at 7:30: meet at the church at 7:10( \\111 1 be held Wednesday, 7::30 MdhodUt Youth' Fellowship progress is expected, teamwork is a must Thank God y-.,, iN r

p.in. Thursday. At 0:00 a.m. Sat, pm at the church. The theme 5:30: p.m.; supper will be servedto for power which increases with effort Don't break up the : '

Study group will meet at 7:30p : will be Junior Confirmation tor the discussions will be 'The 'the youth; evening service, meeting when the majority votes against you.,.join hands ,"

.m. Wednesday. Class Meaning of Church Member. singing of favorite hymns and I r the common good Pool your efforts for the glory of God Rivalry/ ,,. __

Membership cUs.ses for the ship" The group will meet eachWednesday sennoh by: the pastor. must give way to progress, to constructive cooperatioa I ." "?"?*: :')

filth grade will be held on Sat 1st Missionary for a number of Feb. 23, the commission on Let us work together for good, for Cod,- I ***** Ei*? s "t ?/
urday Hennessey Hall at 10:00: weeks. w
membership and others will '
for the night cometh when work. ..
BaptistFirst The on man can ,,,,
a.m. and at 11:01) am for the pastor announces .that a meet for malting plans for vitita *1

seventh arades.Jehovah's. Missionary l I Baptist new group will be received Into tion, 2:30 p:m. XxM"

Church of Indian River City un the membership of the church Feb 24, :the regular meeting

Witnesses flounces the following( services: within the next three weeks of the Methodist Men, 7 p.m.
This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
Sunday: 10:00: a.m., Sunday Christian Frances Gaetano will show picturea ?
The program for the coming! Schnnl with classes for all ages; Church* of her'trip to \the Holy Land, v.J _.' ..
week at the Kingdom.: Hall 1\M\;! 11:00: a.ni., morning message by Services for First Christian Feb. 28, Bible study of : Edwards RealtyJoe Moonland Mobile Homes Sales !
Norwood Ave., is announced by Elder Howard Thornton. Nursery Church of Titusville are announ book of Romans, 7 sen ,
p.m.; Ire$ and \ Edwards; (
L. D. bliawvtr. local presiding cod as follows by Pastor Eddie: Mary U S. 1 North of Overpass, Titusville I
nunhter follows provided for Sunday School Fine: choir practice 7;45 p.m. Baldwin Shopping Center II
as : and Worship services: Feb' 28, the Orlando District t I
Sunday at 3 p.m. a public Sunday School convenes at 10
6:30: p.m., Baptist. Training classes annual meeting ct the Woma 'sSoeiel7
Bible lecture will be given a.m. with for alleges.
representative of the Watchtower by a. Course, with. classes for all ages; At the 11 a.m. worship hour of hristilln Service will Atlantic Plumbing Co First Federal Savings & Loan Association I
7:30: evening by be held |In First Church in Eust ,
message
Society, E. C. Cillmore, p.m. Sunday, Bro Dab Dean of Tennessee 329 St. Johns St., Titusville :, Downtown Titusville
Elder Thornton. 9:30: '2:15: .m. Speakers will eMr.
whose subject will be, "Swords will bring the message:' p -.. r
into 'Iow.shares in Our Time." Tuesday: 7:30: p.m.. Ladies Auxiliary Christian Endeavor n>cofj at .. bavld; Thurman and Dr. .

Following the lecture, at 4:15: ; meeting! at church 845; p.m, and Bible study hour Vulva Crffvcland, missionary Luke Cain
pm the weekly Bible study will Wednesday: 7:30: p.m., Midweek "The Lord Supper" will be from India; Threlkeld's Standard Service

be conducted on, "The World prayer services with study held at 7:30.Prayer : Fcb: :JB, the Friendship, ebbs Downtown Titusville AM 7.9927 State Farm Insurance Companies '

Ood'i Field of Work course by puslor, Elder Thorn. meeting Is held at 7:30: will meet with otu, and Mil .. 214 Palm, TitJ.ville J, .

Every Tuesday at 8 p.m? another ton; 8:30 p.m., adult choir relieaisnl I p.m, on Wednesday Roland Webb. at. 7-SQ-p-rn; M i
Bible study is held on. "Let under the direction of : i. '
Your Name Be Sanctified" Doyle R Is nor I I Indian River Machine Shop Baird's Mobile Homes 1 ? ,

Thursday at 7:30: p.m. the Thuoday: 10:00: a.m., Ladles Christian Missionary AHlanct, Church: Indian River City Florida. : Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa Florida' ,'. I. I,

Theocratic Ministry School Is visitation; 7:15: p.m., Men's vlsltatlun Sun Road Off Hwy. 50 !Indian Rlvtr City ), .

held followed at 830; p.m. by the ; 7.00 p.m, Beginners: WELCOMES YOU TO OUR SERVICES! I IBoyd's
weekly service mcting.Naurc"e. choir rehearsal under directionof
"The Whole Bible U the basic of all teaching"THE Mims Citrus Growers Association Gulf Service
Peggy Oxendine, 7:30 p.m., "I i
Juniors choir rehearsal under dire Mims. Florida. Downtown Titusville

it ion' of) Marie Morris
The First Church of f the Nazarene I

1027 Park Avenue announces FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF SCOTTSMOOR Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts Jr. a
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the following services of Pine Grove Baptist WELCOMES YOU Rev Starling Mills James Pritchard & Son I
the week: Turn East At Toby's Fruit Stand Mims Florida
Frank & Mary Schuster & Associates
The Sunday School hour begins The Pine Grove Baptist Mission j
at 9:45: under the leadership of starts its Sunday morning servo Sunday School ., ... ':4S a.m.' Morning Worship .. 11 e.l"II." 2300 South Washington, Titusville I
Training Union:30. : p.m, IvoAlng Worship MO pm.Nursory .
ices
at 10 o'clock with Sunday
Rubert Blankenship There will for Each Service Prayer Service Wod. 7 p u Brevard Lumber CompanyRay
be classes for all ages. School classes for all ages Ernst
The worship hour begins at Woodell Is superintendent. Tho Only Southern Baptist Church W. E. Kennedy I
11:00: with Rev Thomas E. Ream The morning worship service Between Mlms and Oak HUH i
Budcock Furniture. 1 itusvilleBryarvConway
bringing the message The begin at 11 with song service
church choir under the direction! under tho direction! of Johnnie Nelson I Insurance Agency ,

(if Frank Ilallum Jr will sing Carrol The morning message TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCHAn Big Apple Plow & Winstead Inc. : I
and the ladies trio Linda Gixlby, will be brought by Rev Coy Tal ;

Alice Allen and Gladys Ream, ly of the New Hope Baptist ( American Lutheran Church) Downtown TitusvilleBelkLindsey
will present a special. The infant church as this marks the beginning I.
840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Burger I King '
nurseries arc open for all of revival services Sunday '
regular services evening service starts at 7:30.: INDIAN RIVER CITY .. North U. S. I, Titusville: ,,1-' ) "

The Junior and Teen Fellowships Wednesday night at 7:30: will be : .-
will meet at 8:00.:( Also at prayer meeting and Bible study, SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . 9:00 ajn. Titusville r ) '.' .H'. '

the same time the Christian Thursday night at 7:30: the CHURCH:: SERVICES . . IONS a.m. Duff Electric fitusville : .

Service training; classes will lad es' Bible study will be held. Mr and Mrs. 11. Guy DuffMorley's '
meet Friday night! at 1:30: will bo the We Extend A Co/dial Welcome: To Youl) ". .. f'.
The and fellowship Colonial T. V. and Appliances
evangelistic service Is at young people's meeting CLAUDE E. TIJAN, Patter
7:00: with liev Ream speaking, at Lake Washington,:: Kap

The regular mid week prayer list Church In Eau Gallie. Western Auto
service will be hill. VV elites lay The Pine Grove Baptist Mission C. W. Dancnburg 1
at 7:00: with choir rehearsal following Is a member of the American Mr. and Mrs. Chas: J. Morley
the service Association Welcome To The .; Washington & Broad Titusville Dancnburg Realty l

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH"In li I First, Baptist Canaveral RamblerPhone Master Cleaners t tI


The Heart Of Th Community"Main I Church of Mims AM 7-1343 S. Hopkins at Titusville City Limits J Jj

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W. S. Htrdln. Pastor Franscn's Drive In Restaurantand '
I Only S Minutes from Downtown Tlhitvlllo North ; Mutual Insurance Service, me. .

SERVICESSunday On U. S. 1 to Mimi Turn Left at Bllnkor Light. Employees Titusville, South Washington Mr. and Mrs! N. E Jones ,'

Worship . . . . 8:30 & 11:00 A.M SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . .. . 84S; A. M. { Downtown TitusvilleFulmer's |

Sunday School . . . . . . 9:45 A.M. I MORNING WORSHIP . . .. .. 11:00 A. M "

Training Union . . . . 6:15 A.M. YOUTH CHOIR REHEARSAL .. .. 1:30: P. M. M'' Rinker Materials Corp.
Sunday Eronlnq Worship . . . 7:30 P.M. TRAINING UNION . .. ... .. 8:15: P. M. Drug Store .
Mld.Week Service, Wednesday . . . 7:30 P.M. I EVENING WORSHIP . . 1:30: P. M. West Orince: Ph. AM 7-0000!) Gene Sego:
WED. NIGHT PRAYER SERVICE T:30 P. M.
Oldest Baptist Church In Area Established In Air Conditioned for your Comfort It... Joseph I. BoatwrlflM ,
4' Town; Motel The Employees of
1839 Affiliated with Southern Bapllit Conranilon t
"The End of Your Search For A Friendly Church""Wonderful ;
Conditioned Mother of Three MUtloni W Downtown litusville Suburban Propane Gas ServiceI
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F.bruary 21, IU4 TNvtvllt (FIrM) Star AdvscPe Par 1-. Christian And sitar 1"1 A', SON '''1 to., .,H 1J 'l'fll.I'\I.' "'Ilr.. INMI lIT'."" :SOD: i..,."MIMealed
bid will be .bv,5 by
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r- AllianceThe > "II..fAI". or r I.<> KiiiIS \ Iho Lily uf Tltu.nllr rioriiia. fur
Missionary rp' F..t., "tIt .. 1I\'tt" so. 11M4rilK toe ..te l at the following->.i.crll>.il
v:t'uss:: alA miasma mm mm.e.. : :MANHATTAN SAvINGS properly inntalnlnc V.1.1: .icr... luor.
Sundjy School of the 1..1.11'1 ,.- HANK: .a :.N..w lurk orporntlon u. .... :
Christian and Missionary Alliance :>sos' < t MXll> lit .HIIXI l'si llltKHMIXKIH rtririo<, .. "10' lUlntlft Hurt ai a con ,rpte mui.um.ni, 05
The Week -v.- lbs quiirur lion tori' r on
Church News Of Church of Indian River City will .\ I \IHI\I Hum: A OHOMN: an.1 I ATKIClA: the w.'at buun'l.iry of .He:, U i:.i, u>
ANN:I I.IUH-IN hi. .oil, el at. 'rowII.Ill|, .i Mouth, lUi,.n, '" .
open at 9'45 a.m. with John Allen Tn ALl. WhOM IT MAY e'4'NcsIms : Uff.ii.lant.HrATl' b."'M 1. wnlih .In i he i I''''''"it >f be
4r There classes for all : : : P. 11 I'. 1>10.II 50 lIt t. uS ol I I Isi" If (liin.oi. if the' Ian I herein .letuinrtl
leading are Nofllcil '. I. hrrhy ItVI'fl that 1 hltv. .
North Brevard '. 1.IKII>\ TII. 1. tin' 'n,0 run norm I Irixt lII>
For Titusville! and CountyOendlinc final n>Iurm. am .a Imln .
a age groups as well as an up'to'date my J"n-ih| No.11.. aa ltinlili,, A*" nt nut ti i 11 .a >..IH, ''II...nirun .
l.lmtrlK of I Ilio nlat I t. it II I-I: UK:=NHAItlUM
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for all the servicesof IIILU ,tlvirawil. thai I uf tl.iniulon II C-nrp' 111 ul ei.t' u ritfht ingle* I
nursery ('5oa. a Horl.la iiirpuratlonwhira iinu ttitu lcd i In it
hau fllHl niv million f,>r final II. Hake. thinie .. .oulh I SI. i iwitat
For The. Paji-i S P.M Wednesday the church. th, mldentc anJ whereabouts run
third anil I hut I will apply l > ,
I. unknown .anil SJ3.u) to a itake oo Lbs
llonorablf \'IItImi L II CONKIIVI1:1 : .. ,, ,, .
: How To Carry A Cross" will fount Juilto.. nf llrcVHnl; CountyHnrltla Kwayn K lUwklna and I Jmnnitill ( 5 "rer 'cll..n ,,,II itIldiof tbsaCoreuolt
'dh. Ih then runquarter
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for 1. rlawklni hI. wife aol
nn March 14 IM14 ap '
be the sermon topic by the pastor 1'.0".1. ot lbs ...". aol,' tr final' teleSis and I'atrUta Ann .urn ,. .oulh lilt', ,ill LIon 2'line W"I of .Iosg 155 Id
during the 11::00 a.m worship "itn.'b< areol's,'lmlnl.lr.lrl. oftrn\ hla ..lfa. each and saver.iiy whole. Heilion
11II1.01 fet
Church Of GodThe Church Of ChristThe .. : : 1IAUIUS HILL. mpocilva rulilente !I. unknown.. to ihe point "f beginnlnf '
1 Trinity Lutheran 'lal of KUllhN= .
Episcopal 5.14
Mills and Dorothy iiuialninf: aireamoii
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t hour. Miss Vicky il.........1.! and ill partlva tlunnlim' hilimu byIhrnuvh leiaKami .
The schedule for St. Gabriel and the February 1-. I!Mlt' umler or aiiinit' hiS aaiil or
Lee will sing a duet ,
Christ is locatedon piuporty an ri ".1,1 In
of
the First Church .
Sunday morning worship ser SI'1'\'I'es of lI..mlJlon lloinra Curn I IH II Inc. "f ,. .
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's Episcopal Church as an will with the corner of St Johns and.. choir will have a special numberin MM.I.IV M. MMITIINtLl.lK 'u.uo. .a ...rlli. cu."ur.'hn.'$ .n.1 Ueei' l.D IK >. Ian 17. jf. lb.
God offklal
of begin record Ur
vm' begin at 10:1:19 at Trinity Church M. II'MII'I.Admtnl"ral.1x / >wayne ft Uuwklni and. Jfanrtl of "varu
flounced by father Ferguson i is classes 10.00 Hopkins Avenue. The schedule of song U H.wkhn, his Wlf. .anil K.ua A. County
Lutheran Church on Magnolia Sunday; School at of thr ....,. of j Itlm will b. received In the jfflc*
as /follows: Ave in Indian Fiver City. A o'clock thu Sunday morning services is as follows: The Christian Cadets and the RKl'BLN HAI1HIS Illhl.. tirKfln hla wife anil and Patricia all parllm Ann havlnii ilrlffln irilalinln of the City Manager. City Hull 'riluevllle .
Saturday Fib 22. at 600: ( Bible study 9SO: Senior AYF will meet at 6:30 5)eoa.'d.. to have. neSt 1111.ur l-lirlila until 11 "uu a m. ,
Sunday: any
nursery for small children l Upi There will be classes for all ages Fcb 14. :SI W Mar a urn I UD4\ Intel..at In lh,. r..1. l property wltltlmbrovvnii KHTVnlniailay. Mar,.), 4, 1J 4HIil .
p.m. thelen'!\ Club is sponsoring service a.m.; worship service 10:50.: p.m. "The Intention of His Soul"will Semis ileitrtbrnl will then b" publicly opn.d
1 ovideJ! during the service The morning worship "iila thereon .... .
ami .1 In the Council Km m In
a fish fry and the men will follow at 10:45 o'clock with a.m.; evening service, 6:00: p.m. be the sermon topic during the pre.eooeo> C in. city "offUlal
may bring their wives. Sunday School begins at 9:00( Midweek Bible study is on Wed. the evening evangelistic hour at YOU AND I LACK Of YOU hereby 5 nil Intereilml. peraona. All bull will
the pastor. Rev. Ronald Holder, take notli.llmt .a lull his bran rileil b* aluilltil. alt. prenes ted tu lh.
On Sunday, Morning Prayer for all ages including adults the nesday at 7:00: p.m. 7:30: p.m. There will be a song ....In.1 you la tha above alyleillour CIty: Council 'ur aw..rd. or bid .1

will be said at 7:1:IS a.m., Holy The Junior Lutherans will meet bringing; morning message. Both Sunday morning and Weil I feat and praise during the same L >r.Uo!. .''15,thai natura. certain of she mi>rtl aull....la r..0r.I..1 .lafi .a b.later.ubmltt.d
Communion will be celebrated lln'iay afternoon from 2:00: to There\ III be a special evening hour. Juna, 2. IMO In. OfdilalKaconl a..lre..1. lo the City Mananer. City
nesday night Bible classes arc Hook JIM pus 558. PublIc Hall Tltuivlllf. rlorliU .and pUIn.
at 7:30: a.m.; Sunday School, for 330. The parents of) the Junior service beginmg: at 7:30: p.min provided for all age: groups The'' Wednesday 1:30: p m, prayer Kncorila at Urcvard County. h'Ioriia.' ly marknl KVALI-D: : IIIUM KIH
the fourth grade and up, will Lutherans:] will meet at the same the Ci.:Izcns Bank room. In .neun'b..ln. Ih. herrinafter duo MAIKOP: UTYOWNMJ: slot!'.
adult class on Wednesday night meeting and Bible study, followed crlbail real "rol..ly. Tha nama of Kurt TO OPrNtD: :: : WH)>.:>*-
meet at t 9:00: am The adult time to learn about the program this service a film will be shown study of the by choir practice lha Courl In which aalil. .iII la wnil-| DAY. MARCH: 4. 1H ut tl UU .a.mLKT ..
has just completed a 41 PIece. ln.. li tht CircuIt Court nf I Ih. Ninth ."
class will also meet at this time of 1 the group and to observe theirlr'lvII1I'S. entitled: "Split-Level Family first chapter of First Thessalonians Thursday, 7:30( p.m., La> mrn'S JuilUlal. t lrt.ult In and for the the properly In question I. ra-

under the direction of Jack Her ( ; Youth (Vernation Everyone Is invited to this scr Crusade for Missionary Action County In chanivry of llrtvaril N,. tfo&A.tttatAof.,5 Klorlila Ihv ...b.. elrlet..1 real'''.5cc.sinut and tbe auch o"lru"lIon: rmlrlctlonhall 01

ton. Family Eucharist will be clan! meets Sunday afternoon vice Landscaping of the property, will start their visitation pro. hravlatvil. lit In of the i>.. li Tha b* net out In Ih. decO 1 to b..onv.y. *
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Manhattan Knvlni.. .lt nk, a New
celebrated at 10.00; the Sunday at 4.00. The Luther League Mid.week service will be at by the Rock Garden Nursery, gram. \urk piirpiirallun. rialntKf. va. Koai c.,...ful..purihanerr l by the. City 10 the euo.
School, third grade and below, will meet from :5.00 to 7:00. At has recently been completed A Urlffln ..n,1 I Tatrlila Ann. Clrltfln : bl.1.I mint b* accompanied.
the M.F. Bieedlove home, 238 hi. wife. .l .ii. liufi-nilunta by .a tertmnd chei,'k. caahler
will meet at 10:00: am under 7.39 Sunday evening! the men of This effort, which has enhanced. The ileairliillon: of lha real: prop check or performam.. boml of not
Indian River on Orsino :
Pine St., City, Baptist Involvrtl lu lal II mil andrth.4 dna I
the direclion of James Munnis, the Church Council will meet. the beauty of the facilities, has rty.' In ih eoniplalnt li .a. folloivi leu than MUteen. Thouaand. Dollar.
Wednesday evening at 7:30: p.m. < > (lldIII"1( ') fir the Immeillat Improvement
Jr. The Trinity Lvthcran Churchwomen been anticipated for several Sunday services at Orsino ) of the property. Th.
The congregation Is moving 1.ul 22N. HAMPTON IIOMtHHirllOIVIXIDN .
Monday: ( Fib 24, at 9:30 a.m. will meet Monday even months, according to Maurice Ull tis111'( be held in the new I NIT: NO 5. .c. methI. I follow nf Improving call Ian I ahallbn
Into the sixth week of their an :
Holy Communion will be celt;. ing at 7:30: at the church. Miss Church Building Campaign W. Jackson Jr., the minister. auditorium at the 11 ant and ,:orlln:: .In to lint ulil k"1." ;: |II an.e. rrorlcil JJlublli : 1 I. firm I'll. lurfai debrl In windrow

the St. Matthias Hilda will conduct the 7:30 worship hours, announces 51.ccc,In of llravaril
biatcd.for Feast, of Tcjan which is being conducted by the! : p.m. County I EIorlls.v'ir 2 Jo.c..I. by ,riraiclln. trenche
Bible atudy entiltlcd 'Filled J. L. Gaines pastor YOU of ailew.ual width and depth toa
board of Church Extension, Anderson Central' BaptistServices AND HAlll: OP. rrnujulrail soeomuotaIe. o1.hrle and ..lIow
With The Spirit" from Chapter called 1 lo fIt. your annwer to the minimum, of Ihre 13)) feet of
Wednesday, Feb. 26( at 7:15: Ind.ana. Rev. James The church recently Complaint with lha Clerk of the .
2 of Acts. Mis Ernest Dircert for Central Baptist itvlcil. Cimrl ant,I ..'rye a cot', earth rovera
\ assistant above
a.m. Morning Prayer followedby Austin U the campaign director Hcv I time Gaidncr as 10 PIECE SOFA BED I'uih by ,doier debrli Into
I'lHlntUf. AltornryHThWAItl
Holy Communion. At 6:00: will serve the refreshments and will be arriving on Friday to Church, IRC, are announced! as to the pastor, and minister of I Group Valu*-.$16995 th.TH.f: uiiim' L AYMH: whin. aililr 4 tren'h.rimh, hv. sot 11".r.compact,fill, materIel.
.... .' tOms HU, tIIU0.11I. :
follows la ".1 tlffle .
: .
there will be the Lenten music and education. over Irlirl In trench ompaitand
p.m give added direction in the final .. riirlla. not later than the ) .
Sunday: Sunday School. 9.45 Al l>. 1UI14 r*. grte.a.
9ln day of Marrh a .
dish followed bya .
covered supper (Ic..tire with common
weeks the area
First year Confirmation Class two of campaign. morning worship, Ham,; qulral by Uw. .U. a r>Hin>a I'roCi bermuila
a m ; or equalIf
"
movie, Disciplcship. meets at 6:00: Tuesday evening. There will be a Fellowship dinner training union, 6:30: p.m.; evening I IRC Christian Church >,,'...n will b. anUrcd. igaln.t you It I. ilmilred. la dlnpoM of .om*
Thursday, Feb 27; at 9:30: Saturday evening *"'N'\vrrNK8 WIIFHtor:( I have i,f the ..ilfbrl by burnlnf prior la
on
00 Tues r
1 he choir rehearses at 7: ( worship, 7:30: ; adult prac. | mmplvlni, with .above requlremenla
a.m. Holy Communion. Services' for First Christian here unto.f>t my hand anl,I afllnnllha for Improving, : .1,1!, land. pemmleNion
The choir will rehease on Fii day. Services on Sunday are presently tice, 8:45.Monday: Church Indian River City, will I uffUlal*, llrvanl eat nf t ('aild",,.nl",Court rIrtta.ISle l'cirIItt.vlIt. ihall b. obtained, from lbs City

day, Feb. 23 at 7:4: p.m. Lenten Service begins Thursday being conducted in the !\ Feb. 24, state-wide be held in the IRC Civic Center nth' ',Inv of .Fphrunrv HAItNtH' : A 5). IJ04. under Fire, Chief thi aupervlnlon All'' work' halt of the b*. ilona City
K
at 7:15: with a 'Singspira-: Indian River City Fire Hall on ( I HTIM M.nfeen r his ..uthor',1' s.ent.
Evening Prayer will be readat Sunday School convention at as follows: Clerk of the (Irctilt ( nurtllrrvanl In alillllon, thereto, each bid mintb

5:00 p.m. on Monday, Wed. lion" and Children's Scrmonette Magnolia Ave. First Baptist Lcesburg!:, running Bible School, 9 (00 a.m. : mornIng UV: Horll(ininty HallPopuly Horlda accompanied by a certified check
The general theme is "The .,..hl.ee.he k. or bid henS In an
netday and Friday and at 7:00: This congregation is associatedwith through Feb. 26. worship! 10 a m. and evening flici PC. BEDROOM :' Clerk amount nut lee* than ftc* percent
p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday Cross Central In Our Lives". the Church of God whose Tuesday: 6:30: supper meeting worship at 7:30: p.m. with Lan (HP-AI.("IKCl: 'IT or('1)1.1111'SStewirt TIIB ) uS'S ) of tin bam bid 1 a* KUarante*
Value 149.S ,
Group Ihot the hlIl.r, tf awneIeI the 511
is
Thursday' special theme general offices are in Anderson, of Brotherhood association at don Devilllcr minister, bringingthe : I.. Ayr will within ten "The Cross Overcomes Dark. A U or Hi-v for llalntlffPimt enlar day enter Into .a contract
Ind churchWednesday I
Slims !
messages.Unitarian Offk. \10.t ala': .
.
wllh the C'lty nf Tltuavlll, Florlla.In .
Christian Science .
ness. A nursery is provided : 6:30: Beginnersand !: l-au: 0111., Unrl.lurrb Bccordani with lalil eiwclfloaMnni -
SI. 1* trrl) 1504.1ltlf'l.
The Bible Lesson on "Mind"at during the Lenten Service. St. Teresa'sSt primary Sunbeams, junior 1. 55. -- ----- Th. lui-i.. p..rlb.,1.e..f ul ,purrher) hy the. city ahall
Christian Science churches All are Invited to worship on and intermediate GA's and RA's (..rmmenithe' work lo be .perfnrrne
v: or '''IT.'U'''' rn .outline, ,I In a dat) to b* ,_,'11I..1
this Sunday will include Paul'scounsel Thursday and Sundays Teresa's Catholic Church meet, also the officers and teachers John Lowther will be the HrlllNrrH" 1011"111'1111N"U: by 'the City In a written .r.l.r .n,I

to the Ph lippians ((2 5), Titusville announces the following 7:30: prayer meeting. featured speaker this Sunday at In cnmpllani. with Koun Hill .h.1I u.rniIet5 .11 work h.r.underwithin .
eon'ecuttve calendar
Number :asS\' --- -
"Let this mind be in you, which First BaptistFirst schedule! of services for the Thursday All-day visitation the Unitarian Fellowship Hall. No Lawe Ills nf, "I'rlll.Chapter. Act of ID41 the day from laid. ) ,dat.
was also in Christ Jesus" : 1281 Range Road, Cocoa. The h 21 PC DINETTE unilirlnn. will rrUtr with th. The Cltr recervea the rIch to .accept ,
week: at 7:00 and all blila. not
women at 9:30: a m men : Clnrk i.f thi (Iroult Court In lire or rejMt any
Related readings from "Sci Baptist Church offers title of his talk will be "The Group Value 54.94 yard' Court, Florida. upon receipt alun' remrvet tl,. right la reaJver-

ence and Health\ with. Key to the three worship services every Sunday Masses: 7:30.: 9:00: and p.m.Friday: Associational GA Many Sides of Liberalism." of noil.proof, thn cC. 5hilratlon fnllo In. flutllln"0' thin. tine fur Cl.vfl-nil now' Mil'H.. T.lm..I.. f

Scriptures" by Mary Baker Sunday. The early service be. 11:30: am I Services and Sunday School .m* tn-II: 'OI.tt01\I' boys i : ('Ity Manager,
meeting at First Baptist, Cocoa under whli wearIene5edtn Ki-h II, 21. 24 Irrl. W.d.) lustS.NVEI.Ol'ES \ .
Eddy will include this: "Having gins at 8:30: o'clock with music Daily Mass (Monday through: 7:30.: start at 10:30.: The public is invited CAKr.drove Car.: TaklnB at Mlm..

no other gods, turning to no by the Youth Choir and a message to attend! MATHEROF b'l'rtla. ant that tho ,..nd.ratn.dor.
Friday), 8:00 a.m. the only persons Inler..I.d' In
other but the one perfect Mln:! by Evangelist Bill Shaw. .uld bulors. Business Sizes -
Mass Saturday I
to guide him, man is the likeness Sunday is the closirg day of the Family vocation on Church Of God NEW .SMYRNA haled .1 Tltuivltl, FlorlU.11HM.Orov thIs Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp

of God, pure and eternal, Revival Meeting led bBill 9:00: a.m. Of Prophecy LEGAL- PADS Big Supply, ISo 524 Canal St. :30 illy of.3 tar.*nuary, o'O' for mailing. FuU stock at Star. \
each at too Mar-Advocatt '
Our Mother of Perpetual Help ZSc WillIam J. Ful.im Pr.
S having that Mind which was Siiaw: ai minister and Jack Priceas I Office Phone GA 8-4131 Jen 81, t'.b. T 14, 2el'rl.( .) 1IM4 Advocate ,
and J of the of
Novena benediction Services for Church of God I
also in Chi'1st" (p 467)). director of music. .
mobt blessed Sacrament, Tuesday Prophecy, 1216 Norwood Ave.,

first Church of Christ. Scien Sunday School begins at 9:45a 7:30: p.m. are announced as follows by Rev

services tiit.t Titusville at 11 am holds and! Wednes.Sunday .m. with graded nurseries all. Stations of the Cross and benediction O A. Dudding, pastor. Be OWl cut; ; B/ttMg tfcfc FWdJ IccctIL I

clauses and departments for of the most blessed Sac Sunday: Sunday School 8:45:

day t testimony meeting at 8 p.m. a.cs: Cradle Roll for Infants rament, Friday, 7:30: p.m. a.m.; morning worship, Ham.;

at 101!! Baldwin Shopping Center and extension department for Confessions on Saturdays, 4 to evangelistic!: service, 7:00: p.m.

Sunday School for children up invalids: shut.ins and people 3 and 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday: Bible study, 7:00:

to the age of 20 convenes at 11 who must work on Sundays Inquiry classes for non.Catholics p.m. [? @3i 1 @3 :
a.in. in the Chamber of Commerce
at
building. All are wcl Regular' morning worship Tuesday: 8 p.m., at St. Friday: Youth service, 7:00: '
11:00: o clock. Music by the Teresa Parochial school p.m.

come adult choir and a message by Religious instruction: classes The public Is Invited to attend

;; Evangelist Shaw. for public school children: any or all of these services.
I I I I I I I S S S S S;;
: : framing Unions for( all age Grades 1 through 8 Sunday, Chicken .with all the trimmings

I !groups: meet at 6:15: : p.m. 1011 am.; Grades 9 through 12 Church Of God, Mims' .

: : Evening worship at 7:30: the Wednesday 718 p.m. t

closing service of the Revival Services for Church of God,

Ii A ttend meeting I\.lid.week\ services begin at First Presbyterian by Mims Rev., are Kyle announced H Bryan as pastor follow: Saturday Sunday Monday 10 AM to 4 PM


: 3:30: p.TI. Wednesday with Faml Rev. Chas. Bates will continuehis Sunday: 10:00: am, Sunday

Ii Services ly Night Supper, followed by organizalion.il series of sermons on "The School; 11:00, morning worship; 51055V US

:: meetings Prayer Church and the Individual" at 7:00: p.m., cvangelistc service

I: service at 7:3d and youth choir the 8:30: and 11 o'clock worship Wednesday: 7:30: p.m., youth .,-.--. --

This rehearsal: at 8:30.Church: services on Sunday at First service with Mrs. Sue Bell in .

Presbyterian There is a church- charge. :

hour nursery at 11 a.m. only. Sorting: Sunday, Feb. 23, 7:30: ROCKET
of GodThe
Week Sunday School, with classes for vices throughout the week with .

Church of Cod, Titusville all, convenes at 9.45 and the Rev. E. E. O'Neal in charge.

Hi and Senior.Hi youth
at own will have Sunday school at 10:00 Junior-

your and worship at It:00. The Supt. groups meet in the church from Barbecu. Chicken and Pork at .( r"

of Sunday School Weldon Mul. 7 to 8 p.m.Senior CHURCH OF GOD Ar DIstaNces 10 LAST INtUNCt Of IOC Kit CITY ON HIGHW 'sze

place! key, Jr., extends a cordial !invitation choir rehearses at 8 MIMS. FLORIDA TV cut AN oo it mils S coco 2) unit e MrnouifK PlANT 31 n Mini KILtS
MaRTIN
to all The sermon will p.m. on Wednesday; Junior Choir SATURDAY : THUSVlUt 21 MIU1 C CANAVIHAL 35 MuLti *

: be brought: by the pastor> Joseph i at 10) a.m. on Saturdays Both Ftbruary, M, S P. M. TILT

of worship N. Daniel. I. groups would welcome new FREE DELIVERY, Phon. 2(7-4280

The evangelistic service at'T '' voices

:00 will feature prayer, testimonies I

congregational singing, DRIVE OUT TO ROCKET CITY

special: singing, and a message Skillet

from the Word of God. BARBECUE LUNCHEON for the
delicious FREE
and family a
Prayer service is set for Tues We'll serve you your

day night at 7:30: and youth service .I privilege of telling and showing you the fabulous opportunities for sound investmentsi

for Thursday night.

The present location is 308 I i that await you now at ROCKET CITY. No cost or obligation! Take our free land tour

Washington Ave., Titusville The I

public Is invited. and'VE'LL EVEN PAY FOR YOUR GAS! t t ::'
_q' t @
SPECIAL FOR SAT. j: ': ': I ':_ O ': ': -..

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE KJi. FLORIDA I TOURIST'S 5.i


I I I Sunday School 1027 Park 9:45: A.M.Ave>. .- Worship TllusvllU Hour. II A.M. TBONESTEAK ACT NOW..WHILE LOW FREE GASCOUPON !;


I Youth Fellowship 6 P.M. Evangelistic Hour OPENING PRICES PREVAIL !

7 P.M. 0 Wed. midweek: Mr-vie. 7 P.M. ; s

THOMAS REAM. MINISTER __ t1 /

Scriptural Christ Centered Enryon. Welcome lM flttr. is eQte )O;) I rs**= ).!51

Infants & Toddl.ri Nursery ACREAGE TRACTS- S .
\ If you'll take our FREE guided tour of r'"

$109With 1 .whlchwililncludepaved ( 530 :.ui ROCKET CITY, it will be our pleasure fiX'

aceell road and drainageHOMESITESREADYTO \\OJ to redeem this coupon for $2 50 to more ))

ADVERTISE YOUR SERVICES OR ,w4 "pienthy$ .,.; than compensate for the gas you'll use

!be; to drive to ROCKET CITY (Offer limited I fiX

SPECIAL EVENTSOn French Fries. to passenger cars only).

BUILD OH NOW !

this church pit*. Yu'll be pl..t.d with the rtixnt0et rov Lettuce & Tomato "-..............................................

from" rtacMnf. .Iti. peot>>l l. of North Brtvard County thellth including pared roads, curb, ;f. a.'"tlI, I' .

the columns of the Star.Advo al church p..*.. A paid aelve r- gutters and underground storm J '. ::I j a-........-.................................... iG:
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tlsc-mtnt .the slit of this *nn un<*,nnnt will cttt ym Mil'? $4.00 drainage. Central water and $ (j' ;

a p lsu. Call 27-0131 far sKi services *. *n. *f wr a4v.rtiainq. tLl :: L.r_ sewerage all telephone and elec : .1 00. : Y. .o Citr.Coupon..."....Valid......only......on....Feb...Toes 22. ..-23.. ..Suit 24. *1964IIr..y ...... ,

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m.n.I. Plrtl! Plata TliusTlll Lneaunderground." _,, t :\0. ..... .......I1IIy ,.A. > ,.. -:; ; "ij Grj, ; ;;:''5' l'rJ
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I Don't Store Left-Overs Sell :='Em With A Classified Ad I TODAY'S BEST



REAL ESTATE C.


CLAMOR GIRLScwfl Mobile Homes Mobile Homes
CLASSIFIED For RentAPARTMENTS Help Wanted

INFORMATIONDEADLINE I TRAILER" FOR SALE TRAILERS FOR SALE I BUYS Ii:
FOR RENT 1 FEMAte HELP WANTED'REFINED
30 FT. aluminum Spartanette. Inspection .
I pm. Day Before APARTMENTS AND trailers WOMAN (white), aged I NEW 19G4 SKYLINE and make offer to J. T !
I'ubllonlon for vr.d. Fri. 3050 to and mind home, Special $3.995. 50 x 10, 2 bedroom, 102-Approximatethree acres
Weekly! monthly rates. Multi manage Lally, Campsall's Trailer Park,
11 X.M. Bat. For Men Publication
/J JI with 183 ft. Street.
furn- Tropic
II//C including washing machine, on
only. 504 Garden.FLORIDIAN must be free to live in. Refer. I 925 Orlando Road.
ences, steady well paying position iture, delivery and set-up. Lowdown Sea this for an apartment or
WANT >D RATES APARTMENTS, close for right person. Write M. payment. 7 yean financing. building site. Priced at
a centi word
Minimum Cbirgi fit SOa in, efficiencies, weekly! monthly C., P. O. Box 343, Titusville. I MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES TINT TRAILER TOWN $22,000.
rates, air conditioned, 417 Julia Authorized Skyline dealer ." 'l.
WANTED, EXPERIENCED color- 1224 No. U.S. 1 No. of overpass, II-t i D:" TIll
Street. P
FATABLK ALt CLASSIFIED IN ADVANCE ADS ed maid for motel work. Applyin Titusville, 267-3081 ALsiounat 103-40 acres with 1320 ft. on

Except XiOblUhed AacounUJl DUPLEX FOR RENT person. River Palms Motel, '--- IU, 46. High land with lots of
58 PACEMAKER 8 31, full bath
2401 S. Wash Ave. x 5$5 boO-::; ::
3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, garage, air, A A-1 condition, 2676597. oak and palm trees. Todays
.i1tl 4 El.plnjr Rat. nllable $150 l monthly. 267-6558: $ WAITRESS WANTED. Old Folks *.. 11... price, $1100 per acre.
The Stir-AflvoMU an< Kequett reserve the I Truck Stop. Mims. ,Mtbll B...l-Trial rrtllaiIM ..
)-Tlleg| of r.vl.I lnr or rejecting J HOUSES FOR RENT j ___ Mobile Home Owners Spat. MttUa B.m. rat. I
iny tdvertlmnent: which It deeaie' MALE HELP WANTED I 108-Five beautiful acres with
objectionable and to change the NEWLY DECORATED 2 bedroom! LIVE RENT .>OW S LortTIONSI 330 ft. on Burlcholm Road. All '
cltHlflcatlon of my advertlwment furnished HANDY MAN n NI, 1120: >. 1)1.1.hey. .
From tbtt ordered to conform to 267-1183 or 267.2W. _Part time. Phone .. 1\0.. PiecCree' I"'uh, high and dry. Only $1100 per{ t
the policy ef tbli I'h. ti \ -IIIM..
paper. AVAILABLE MARCH\ 1st. large 267-1481. acre. Terms open. ti i
The Btar-A4roaete will not be ..
FREE tt
I'll N I. t Ml. north fMIs.
reeponelfcle for more thai ... Inliable unfurnished 3 bedroom home. 2 .. at lI..rk.lut.I,
eor.cl Insertion nor will II b. tile bath, built.in range and SERVICE STATION attendant and I'll.M' '.:UMlt 124-15 acres with t
for any error In adrertlee- mechanic. Full and part time. appro
oven, carporte and utility. $$135
mtntf 10 a freeter extent thin Must have references. Salary Invest $20 down payment and 1000 ft. SR 46 frontage near
tbe coat of tbe monthly. 2671925.TITUSVILLE .
eptce oocupled by TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT
the Item la the dvertlaement.Builneu i I and commission. Tup's Pure pay only $2() monthly and you 1-95 interchange. $::15 front
3 bedrooms 1, bath, Service. 907 U. S. 1, City. will buy and possess your own TRAILER SPACES foot.
steel table top stove, built in extra large full acre trailer lot.
vial Office AM-T-wui U Main Street oven, screened room. 267-3883. 2-8 BOATMAN FOR boat repairs, experienced Become your own landlord. Large lots. Reasonable rent. 126-240 acres north of bUms
--- 902 Main Street. Don't tear rent receipts each Good
Office to
Hour S.OU: to 5:30: up transportation Cape on good county roads with r
3 BEDROOM 1 bath Whispering month. More than ISO happy
FRIENDLY SHORESU.S.
Clef..r_s.dkot..1o&, t 1964.Wall,4bi' '' seL 2900 ft. railroad frontage and f
Hills area, unfurnished, $135 per families now reside in our Beau. No. 1, City Limits, Edge water.
AnimalsMUST month. Sydney Schwartz, 1141 "1 like the one that tell time by the ruby pointing InstructionsSPEAK tiful Trailer Community. Only a 4600 ft. of good county road. J
So./ Hopkins Ave., Titusville, to the few lots left. Visit us and see Trailer Parts and Service Would make excellent! industrial J:
Florida. 267-6100. aJ>phlres. for yourself! the finest Mobile or development site. $750. GERMANPrivate Home Park in all Florida. Trailer Service
SELL AKC German I Nu.Way ,
Shep. 1OUSE FOR RENT with refriger per acre with 23: % down.
herd! II months, black and tan, ator 116 Christmas Hill Road, For Sale For Sale Groups I CHRISTMAS PARK "Your 1 Stop Supply House" }
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good with children, house broken. $125 month. 267-3422 Route :50 Christmas. Florida will
267-2617 per Free Trial Lesson We have it or get it 133-10 acres near Rts. 405 and

0.. ____ RC, 2 bedroom, like new, no small PLEASE NOTICE! F & S Depaitrnent 1 17" used Bendix! table model TranslationsExperienced Ptone Orlando 275-1727 For Any Make or Model 50. Speculative price of $450 J
AKC REGISTERED! Chihuahuas, children ,. InterpreterCall 1201 N. Dixie, New Smyrna Beach
or pet 267814 68 Store has big selection in acre.
2926 South Hopkins Ave., 267- T.V. $44, only $5.00 down and Mrs. Nelon 267-CC50 I Direction 12 miles west of Tel. 428.5002 per
p.m. men's, ladies and cbildren'lweltlrn
3559 after 5 p.m. $1.25 weekly Use our easy-pay U.S. No. 1 & Titusville
outfits. F & S Department plan. Goodyear Service Store Continued Next 141 Ten of
Insurance I on Highway 50.MEGMQV. on Ptg acres good high,
AviationENROLLMENT OFFICES FOR RENT Store, 323 Washington 315 S. Hopkins Ave., Titusville, land
Avenue,_downtown Titusville.REFRIGE .2! ., phone 267-3013. I adjoining orange grove.
_
I $800 per acre. Terms open.
NOW being accepted OFFICE SPACE for rent also R ATORnsoj; 36" gas FREIGIIT DAMAGED ZIG ZAG RUSSELL
for suitable for shop. range with center! grill $45 Model i This StandsFor
new audio-visual repair! Inquire ; Slightly Scratched.t 64 INSURANCE 145-38 acres with appro"-2000
ground school class For private Like-Nu Furniture. 609 !Main St. Easy spin washer, $15; 1317 Indian Dial-O-Matic. Must See To Appreciate -I
and 267-3325. River Avenue Phone 267- Inc. ft. of county road frontageand
commercial pilots. Classes Does Fancy Sewing
will be held MO p.m., Tuesday 6099. Makes Buttonholes Sews On I Quality lots of oak, hickory, and
ROOMS FOR RENT 2001 So. Washington Ave.
and Thursday evenings starting REPOSSESSED SPINET PIANO Buttons, With out Attachments palm trees. $1000 per acre,
February 25th at Titusville. NICE ROOM In home Etc. $40 Cash Or Pay $5 Month Phone 267-6720 terms .
Cocoa private for Used only 4 months, take over ."...' .. !.- open.
Airport. For Ti0N
further
Information Trial Ph. AM
call 267-4240. .J or 2 gentlemen. 267-2350. small monthly payments. _!ly. Free 7-5530.
Evenings
_Call AL4-7783. ROOM: WITH private bath, completely KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES, Lost 146-20 acres with small grove. ,
redecorated, $15 per' 2126 W. Tropic ,267-6383 floor samples, greatly reducedto and CBS house and 660 ft. on ,
15 HP, $55, motor A1 condition! make room for new merchandise FEMALE
week. 267.2911 before 5 p.m. DRAW DRAPES white antique WHITE dog part toy SR 46 near 1-93 interchange.
__Reason_ : joined service. 2672659.: for new lines. Buy of a life Collie and Spits bearing an Enid,
LARGE ROOM bath satin. SVa widths by 45 in. all time. Garden Priced at $$1100 per acre with
private private 2111 267-5733 or Oklahoma tag number. In vicinity -
Buildinq & Const. entrance AM 7-2309. rod$10.00.and One reel! South$12.00.Bend One casting med. 267-1928. of Gardendale. $25 reward. 29"5.> down.

(TIDY- ROOMS -KITCHEN privileges.Call turn spinning surf rod $7.00 One FURNITURE Call 2676837.
CONSTRUCTION resident-\ after 5 p.m. 267-2283. bamboo flyrod. automatic reel BRAND NEW overstocked Must 157-10 acres adjacent to north
Mobile Homes
iala, commercial and remodeling and screw top metal case $20.00. sell 7 piece living room suites. I This is the official Seal of Titusvllle. city limits. $2200

12 and years bonded.in Titusville.Phone AM Licensed 7-2326. SINGLE, BEDROOM refrigerator, private near shopping entrance mjThornton! 2670622.:-_ $119.77.no money 3 complete down, easy rooms terms., $34 Call.50. TRAILERS FOR SALE the National' Association oi per acre with terms.

!: center. 2676633. 300 FT. OF 4 ft. chain link fence, Builders.
267-5735. Open Sunday, 106 Home Only mem-
Child Care gates, best offer. 2676517. 1963 14 ft. Travel Trailer. Like I 161-20 acres with *660; ft. on
SLEEPING ROOMS and efflclen- -- -- FURNITURE 8 rooms of fine i, new, sleeps 4, adults $895, can bers of the National Asso- Route 46 neat 1.95 inter
cles for rent. 801 Orange St. 267. REPOSSESSED! DIAMONDSPay be financed. 2675196 or 267 ciation and local associations -
furniture. change x 1320 ft, depth. High
WILL CARE for children! In own 3400. only balance. Jean's Jewelry 8 piece bedroom suite.
home, by day or week. 267-0310() Big Apple Plaza. 7 piece dinette all only $13.85 4691. are allowed to displaY'this and dry at only $2000 per
NEWLY FURNISHED, air con- per month. Decor Furniture, 206 seal: acre. 29% down, balance 15 t
CHILD CARE by hour, day cr ditlonine, TV, Maid service $30 LARGE SELECTION of used refrigerators N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian River i MOONLAND years 6%.
week, :iidian ftlver Heights.. 'Weekly. 2327 S, Washington or priced from $49 to City. Phone 267-7813. Alexander Construction I
AM 7-5768. :. I call 287-5407. $100. $300 Sown, ;$1.25 weekly. Mobile Home SalesU.S. Company 162-25 acres dividcdby1good(
Use our easy-pa/ plan. Goodyear! HeIpWantdSUPERINTENDENT.
road with
C clean county over one
LOW rates for work
rooms
For Rent men. 103. Call 267-6185 or 267- Service Store 115 S. Hopkins 1 North of Overpass Broyhill Development mile railroad frontage. Priced!
3992. Ave., Titusville, Fla., phone 267. WITH experience to sell now. $160 per acre
ARTICLES FOR RENT 3013 in soil cement streets Titusville] Childre Homes Inc. with terms.
SPACE FOR RENT and curbs. Call 2677131.
FOR REFRIGERATOR, DISHWASHER 1955, 45 foot, one bedroom, 207-5380 P4rA ,7..O2 Cowart & Carter, Inc.
RENT 3,400 SQ. FT available for rent, washing machine, and freezer. SALESMAN WANTED for nation or 267-5933. ; 6t7 41 170-Two "W acre building siteson
Floor Sanders. Polishers good location, center of town, Phone 267-4577 after 3 p.m. ally\ known company, full or part I Cozart Const. Company good county road just off
time. Ideal for retired or semi- 1958 CAMEO, 8 x 40 house trailer. Old Dixie between Mints and
Phone AM 7-3255 $300.00 -month. Sydney Fisher Construction Co.
per 1 Froit clear refrigerator ,
retired full I
man. Send resume Must sell. Excellent condition. Tltusville. $2950 each with
Schwartz, 1141 S. Hopkins Titus-
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET (demonstrator) to Box DJE, Star Advocate. 3226429. Futch Construction Co. 1/3 down. '
yUle Florida. 2(7-6100. 1 used bedroom dresser I _ _

Baldwin Shopping Center WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 1 used chest COOK WANTED. Rivervlew Rest I John Beach 178-7 acres industrial site with
: 1 used cabinet aurant. Apply In person. Local Movers 500 ft. railroad frontage. Closein.
MAC'S CAPE KENNEDY STORAGE SPACE u metal build Horns Furniture Companyof & Long Distance Louis & Brown, Inc. between Titusville and
EQUIPMENT ing on Nevlns Court, rear of Mims 267.3565: SALES MANAGER able to take Mims. Only $3300 per acre.
complete charge of direct sales. Northwood Inc.
Star-Advocate building. Avail. --- Builders Good terms.
Sales Rentals Repairs able Feb. l5Ui. See II. H. Hudson FENDER PRECISION electric Must have successful selling Packing Penziner Bros.
Construction Equipment at Star-Advocate. base guitar. Blonde finish with background. Earnings commensurate Moving 183-Investors dream 171 acres
Hand Tools accessories, plus fender leather! with ability. Give full details Robert Evans less than hour drive from TI.
For Sale case. Base guitar list price $279; in letter! for interview. Box Storage Shipping Ronald Moretto tusville adjoining popular
88 E. Merritt. Is. Causeway guitar case, list! price $60; worth S, Star-Advocate. golf course. Just off U.S. No,
Days 636 8340-Ni{llts 636-0160 MILANTI ACCORDIAN, 3 switch near $350, sacrifice at $200. Excellent FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341; Tiffany Builders Inc. 1 and ihort distance from In.,

APARTMENTS FOR RENT block, model 41, excellent con- condition. Call Ron 267- \ WANTED live In RETIRED and rnanafe sober coupleto small LOCAL AGENT Justice Homes, Inc. land waterway and beaches.
dltlon. 2675582.: 0331 or 267-7135 after 7 p.m. Has over! H mile fronting
Apartment hotel. References.! RIDGWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD
2 BEDROOM unfurnished apartment BREVARD James Trimble golf course. All high and dry
also 2V'* room furnished ALUMINUM ELECTRIC stove, LEGAL : Respond Box 183, Titusville. FUR STOP!AGE 1600 N. U S. No. 1 CRATING William Everman with city water and sewage. ,
PADS 35o
house ((1st and last months rent). 40 x 26, $35. Portable air-cooler Big Supply FEMALE! HZLP WANTID WEIGH SCALE Homes Priced low at $2200 per acre
stand 267-2004. PUBLIC Wingate with builders teams and
Call before 11 ann 267-7586. with $20. re
.-_ I_ Advocate Office. HAVE OPENING for secretary, __ u __ I leases.
will interview. Call 267-3551 be. -
tween! 9 ..m, 5 p.m.WAITRESS 192-10 acres close to new 405. .
"North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"Corttla Excellent\ developable land.
ANow FOR THE WANTED, call 257- Buy at $1100 per acre with

Open r I HOUSE HUNTER 9902. good terms.

WOMAN TO live in home watching &- 196-1 Vi acre nicely wooded ta
4 bedroom ,3 bath home In children. Start soon. Box A, Star- Spruce Hills. Paved street to
Advocate. ZUeQcL property line. Would make
good location. Centrally :: nrtl.aJ't several nice homesites $2750
Chickasha Mobiie Home heated and air conditioned.Has cash.

many many extras. V'Z
IT STANDS 199-20 acres high and dry
Deadened with
street very I
north of Mima. Reduced to
SALES DIVISION AND LOT little traffic. Closed garage, IOn :; below market price of $495 for

outside patio log burning quick sale so estate may be

I fireplace, wall to wall carpet ashlngton'r AM 7-2011 settled this year.

u. S. No. 1 2 miles North of Mims at Rocket I in living area. Has an INTEGRITYThis 745-Excellent money making

Motel Phone AM 7-3097, existing $27,200 mortgage motel on River between Ti.
I with monthly payments of -" "r I 1. If you are considering a home in the i r tusville and Indian River City.
Open 7 days 9 A.M. until 7 P.M. Land alone worth almost ask
$149.38. Only $2,300, cash North Brevard area, call one of our < I
.
i ing price of $125,000.RENTALS

I needed to move in. : '- I trained, experienced sales staff to conduct -

"A LOT MORE FOR A LOT LES5" I 8 ; I a tour for your family over the I",;I '\'
3 bedroom 2 bath home, excellent ?. entire area. We have new and older I- { j

I location, close to : homes in nearly every section with I 'I Rent with option to purchase.

shopping and schools. Cen- price and terms to fit almost anY' budget I New 3 bedroom, 2 bath home
TODAY tral oil heat plus central air I with central heat and air
'
SEE OAKWOOD conditioning, wall to wall I t: III III conditioning in nice neighbor.
hood. Rental $12300
carpet in living area. Has Is the official sell of the 2. Almost completed. 3 Bed Rooms, 1V4 ,. month with first and last per

MOBilE HOME family room and formal National A.lIQcI.UOD> of Real _. _ I baths. Paved streets with sidewalks. _ _ month In advance. One half of
SUBDIVISION dining room and formal Estate: Boards. Only members J. Paul Ceswuy Monthly payments only $102.00. YOU R. C. Wlnlrt.ad. Jr. rent to apply to> purchase

dining room, lots of extras of the Association ma, display Pve.lde.t CAN QUALIFY. Low Down Pay VlceP1'etIld.ntment. price if option is ex rciscd.

Featuring: and a double carport. Only I this seal. And only those who I -, 7 References Danenburg Realty.required.! Call

6 months old. Priced at I display this seal may call themselves '. I
$19,800 with an existing I Realtors. : I 3. Three bed rooms. 2 bath home with .

LARGE 5755 1 x 110' LARGE POOL $17,100 mortgage. George M. Barley Jr., swimming poP}. Prime location. $2- I II

Inc.' 500.00 buys complete equity. Imme- ._ ... i
LOTS WITh SHUFFLEBOARD Let us show you these desirable I I Bryan-Conway & I' mediate o upancy. ..i II I

properties today.J11ei .
CENTRAL WATER HORSESHOES Ete.
Winstead, Ine./. 4. Check on FHA Homes being remark-
.. ..
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-p-
""t- eted. There few still available I
I Campbell Associates, are a
', I Inc. 4 in Titusville area. IT DANENBURGREALTY
: :.j; I II II II II

$95 DOWN $30 MONTHLY ',, !i J. W. Childre, Realtor 5. New 4 and 5 Bedroom Homes available

... Danenburg's Beach -_ _ for immediate occupancy. I
I I
At RoederResidential
I. 'Epp' BI-"
Realty ......
TO REACH OAKWOOD: From TitusvUle go north on I I I Sales Mci'. .al..5.yaneolltvay

U.S. 1 to Mm.s.! Continue north on U.S. 1 tor one more ; ,:': Edwards Realty 1514 South Washington I

mile to our entrance 011 right For free 1n1ormaUon ;R'E EALTORS: :
call 81-5580.. .:..Io. ...,;,_........i.: .. Ed Kittles Agency 1 & ?l/l/indtcaa: inc,. AM 7-3858 I

L B. Newman RealtorS I
413 Main St. Tltuivllle, Fla. S INSURORSDial Where buyer and teller expect!

DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Sydney Schwartz AM REALTORS 7-2011 Day- Night or Holidays I I and get better! and faster service I

AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK Phone 267-5000 S M. N. Weir & Son. Inc. S I II I I





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Motorcycles For Sale ACREAGE FOR SALE FOR SALE I AUSED: I ;d-;;: ; :IOTICM AND l'BfRBAX TO taepsvtpt'RA4 : HOMKfT: ,...DATED... an ,1t..I..111. IItIlO. d.C RearE 01 .r.C_:_..'"".,
I GUNS: (repair and ammunition) LP bottled gas Installation. 58 CADILLAC DeVille. .:-1('.. s riotMa. ,.............. n..w....
1962 TRIUMPH: Tiger\ Cub, goodcondition. i NEAR LAKE IIARNEY, in pine ; V. mile south Florida Wonder 209 N. U. S. No.1, Titusville. $850, one owner.' 27-3480.! cirri.R nnwra.
.. f"1..II. rirrult C'nvrlf :
10 ACRES In Indian River
City Suburban! Gas Service
Call 2671279. woods. Approved for building. land. Indian River Gun Shop. Propane U.n... CauMy, Pleri.Ia.MT .
:
Townsend Auto .
Parts
area $550 per acre 29% down I Restricted. Lake Harney - ----- -- 267-6411. MORTOM. (''' : II".... Hall
access. ,
balance 3 rears. 100 acresmile Mf Scraa Iron & Metals a Tni.t.. Club
PersonalPROFESSIONAL Tlwne Genera 34J31J1. i Newer Used Parts illrMually anil : UKAbl:
of railroad frontage plus I W PAINTING
C.hs KOAICD )
, mile of Indian River Frontage, Top Prices Paid For MTRt'rrioM: ; ( : '.* SIMON
IRONING: In my DECORATINGand Wrecked & Burned Cars rOV.>!T'. ,. for Matatlff
balance
$600 per acre 29% down I KING IRON & METALS K. rir* mr*i
home. Ella Parker. 267-6347. open. A few :3 1/3 acre homesites Free Statewide Teletype Service P RI> MILL. : : :99 florIda
BUILDERSWANTED Ins corporaltoH
available, $1500 29"V V. S. Hwy. No. 1 N. II Miles 'c:1
per acre, Buying Iron, Steel Metals PAPERHANGING 14. 21. 211 fF04) 1905.
' Plumbing Supply down, balance 5 years. Call Titusville 287-1351 TOi :MORTO:'. -
Wessner Realty, 2677125. I i Cocoa Florida C. II. Frizzell and AI ,.. .
Plum blag ."(frICiI Sopplia 1954 CHEVROLET. 4 door Belair. IJO-44: Qq. !: or .t."IT. TO: \\lKf
4 Miles South On U.S. No. 1 1120 Johnson St. 257-3747 Queral. N. .. .
HOUSES FOR SALEGARDENDU.E irc* transmission starter, generator ) : r l>t nc uiUw>w*
"FOREST HILLSESTATES" --- TOIF ARC .. hvrtby notlftxl tkai
C tuH
battery, tires tune-up.
NIDY CONSTRUCTION : I ..
CO. Con-
New thm rili-fl aialnut In the
Smyrna Plumbing I complaint yoU
I $350. 267-5924.
3 bedroom :a ServicesLAWN crete work, masonry, roofing, llrt a. la who t Court of "r.vard County.;
Supplies Inc. bath central heat and air. $850 and I i 19S8--BLAci< ; fwt of tnt : I : I .. the name of ib. known
down $113.75 monthly. 2676477. ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT carpentry. remodeling.Phone Ford, 2 door hardtop, .. .1.0 .D l d.''"".n' It Jtmn B U.h.
CompletePlumbing MOWERS sharpened and AM! 72326.Situations : 3 speed floor shift. $175, 267-6340. ehi,. price en4 I Tb coat,,* or the lult It tot
CASH $3500 Per Lot! repaired. 24 hour answering ------- bows limt ; :; .. Tli. lOam. of the Cnart
I and Electrical iupplle.v bring >. mill null I la pnilln I. the
| .ter 8y.t m. Sprinkler SyaUm For your house equity. CHAS. JANNARONE ifrvice 2675530. Wanted Wanted To Buy All that lantl Court Ninth Jmllcl.l circuit
267-3262 Titusville '" In and for 15 revs. ,.1 Coun.
Pump., Plp a, Valvet. Fitting* Shopping Center ROOFING, PAINTING, additions ,ler .Park the ., mil the .bb..I..e.1 l
I Copper Tublnr PUatlo Pipe. AM 7.3441 I USED AUTOMOBILES. City Auto illvl lnn or I in* I th. cam la Inn C nnbbtfin. ,
and All
LOVELY HOME in Whispering general repairs. work 17 YEAR OLD white girl wantsbabysitting lion 14 : "
I Light Fixture, Wire, Etc. Hills, 3 bedroom 2 bath swim guaranteed, free estimates, licensed : and light: house work. I -Parts AM-- T-3G88.-- -- --- H.... 87 ":.., ... .iMlra".. Jam Caanovry_ K DoMitm N* 77"O 1U."-|..
i 1332 Canat-N w Smyrna Beach ming pool, family room with fire- and bonded. 267-3411. Available after pan weekdays! cnrdnt llrry.nl" 'In('nunl fie .... hereby rrnuiriil to file: youf
Phone 4282705Sun.NitesHolidayi place. Immediate occupancy, plus Saturdays and Sundays, Jill Want To Trade Hook a, "'.,< :/ I .. with.., the CUrk nf .i.l! CoUrt.
down payment greatly reduced. :OT.2004. ... irpilim' .,.- vn a rapy t5.ri.f a.I.
WE WILL BUILD | MinuS af the firm a< (.W.....1.. .
42S-9923 267-0467. HARVEYREAL 818 FT. U. S. 1998 frontage, over I.IT.of anal Illm-k. lxit,It. t r.l *: Ml..... P. U Drawvr 51:1.: ,
I 8 acres trade for north Brcvard .. .PlMMa. atturnvy to* rialn.
I'" amt .It I.
SEPTIC TANKS 4-BEDROOMS.room, central heat 2 baths airconditioning Florida TOSUITYOU Used Cars & Trucks acreage or lots. Phone 267-2018. I.nt I In ... : ...lalrr lo ilo than in a MII.b.h'r., .4,pro 1MI cin If
ESTATELICENSE J.l arm nt : ...
-of pre-cast concrete, ite l-reln- lovely landscaping. $3,000 MVlnt. ant .. l wilt enl.,1! aolaal. yau,
On Your Lot l thin :lotS ilnv nf January m-t.
forced itate-approved, sizes 540 equity. l'ayments $125 month. 19T! 3 DODGE station wagon, 440 Work Wanted ill .mineral.. ..... R HAK.VK4. ('...,..* of thi
fals., 630 ,als., 735 sals.. and 1000 Phone 267-5331. New SCHOOLStart series rlfhti. sad ('orI- by v 11"..aler.)
_ForestJIills S A HomeANewRoorn 23000) miles Assume payments --- -- -- ------ vnlml l. la.. : C'1..rk.
gals. Grease traps installed tanks this Tuesday 7 P. M. with small equity. Can be RELIAULE WilliE: woman de. <... iiV if.iw, ,'
BRENTWOOD ESTATES .... ? rornr KAt.i: t--
and cleaned drain fields rioi-t.la. T.
retold.pumped Work guaranteed. Pittman 4 welt planned models are now I attend first session as our Iuest. I. st'rn_after__5 _p.m.___,_Alhambra_ ____, sires work at baby sitter Day ....ular the. ... :n, Tobv. T, II srrl.) J M.

Septic Tanka Inc., Phone AM 7M21. open. Brentwood Estates is minutes We will furnish plans, and make I HOWELL'S 'SU) GMC Truck good 1 condition I time preferable -:7580! -).- lk littoral.. .land rlikla.'... t .
P. O. Box 2018( Titusville. from downtown Titusville, BUSINESS: 2676962. WORKT
loan arrangements with no t : COLLEGE WANTED by day or week asS you are h l
Florida. West on Garden Street. FHA ----- ----- cleaning, ironing, cooking. Emma ..,..
VA, 2-3-4 bedroom homes from down payment. Give us a call I I 1328 S. Wa $85 monthly includes every No Obligation 267-11(1 tri.power, radio and heater, Plaintiff' .1\\. Tattli.
ENVELOPES Business Sizes thing. 267-7142 or NE 6-8385. excellent condition $50fl.) 318 In own home by MUON: 233 .. : ,
Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp 2676789J. Kirby Drive, Wcstwood( Villas. hour or day. 267-1917 Audrey (amt sinai U.' at florl.la.. .
3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, Whispering INCOME: TAX and bookkeeping -- Hutchcson., pteailln* I U your the .
', for mailing. Full stock at Star. Hills low down payment 267. M. CHEWNING service, Resident 267-3516: LEAVING AREATl-m Chevrolet
0207 Construction Co. Office 267-3751. IL Burgess & pickup 3/4 ton. Phone U1.24M. i
Advocate. ...
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ALL 3 (47 Highland Terrace Associates. '60 BUICK Invicta convertible :. ",. 1 .'
I RESIDENTIAL. electric 1 .: : ,,'
1 bedroom. 2 bath Florida room, fttusville INCOME TAX returns prepared, I owner full power $1400 or best e G_
..e central heat and air, well large Phone 287-3183 $3.00 and up. offer. See at Brentwond Estates: -
porch. landscaped. 267-6991. off Garden St. or call 267-7142. CLEAM : ",' C q :: a.' y:
SPECIALIZES IN painting trail- -- .
LARGE LOT for multiple dwelling : ,
TITUSVILLE-2613 Merry Lane. 3 !: or community business. $200 ; en where they sit. free esti 57 OLDS. 4 door automatic, radio I d Y.latta
bedrooms, carpeted air conditioned down J33 monthly, Also can fti i mat .. Call 267-4611. After 6 p.m. and heater, 1 owner. 267-2054.. .4 ;' \ r te tt
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$11,900. 267-9933 I 2677011. .''
nance buildinc.: Inquire 2671481. $700. 1956 Jeep station 4 '- : fuM
wagon. < :
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I ---- : year;
OWNER LEAVING PAINTING: expert reliable and wheel drive warner hubs, clean "" -. "'_ -.in \, ,
Modern\ 2 BdRm home located in I satisfying wnrk. Estimates ,lad. 287.5777 1960

established residential area, nota DON'T PAY RENT! ly. AM 70775. I I : 9 passee-,. $$2795
JESS development convenient to Magnolia Motor Co. Fac. Air ,
CHILDRE Wagon
W. INCOME TAX
BETURNS fnternatlonal Jfarvester Trucks
schools and town. 8 fruit trees Powergllde
and old shade trees. Custom TRAILER by telephone or appointment. Scout 4-Wheel Drive $ ami,_ Heater.! Powersteer.
!" I A TOil SUSI.OCI built home with city water and Licensed trained, experienced.: Sales Parts Service
sewer In addition there is an R. W. Copeland 267-0274. Jf.o3 --- -
W. Canal lit. 40
attached lot facing US1 for bus OWNERSWe j INCOME: TAX returns accounting New Smyrna Beach 1961 FORDAir 1960 Air" 2 Door Se- $ | o95.
iness investment. FHA cylinder, Radio
or or 428-4761
and system service. C.F Associates
I conventional financing. Shown by i Condo
8: appointment only. W. J. Smith, have beautiful full acre mobile 2670271.WILL HELP! Private owner forced to Conv.,

Realtor phone 267-3511 home lot, sire ICO x 440, :\ DO typing In own home call I 2/17/64.sell very Make clean offer.57 267-1741.Buick by I $$1195 $ "Oalaxle"Coupe V8 2, $$1595
mornings.( 2677186.
EDGEWATER, 2-bedroom, fully for $20 DOWN: lad $20 MONTH ---- ------ --- --. Trans-
furnished< masonry home. Car- !SINGER SEWING Machine Co., CIIE"ItOLET, pick up stood Power Steering, Radio
Trailer and Space Move In now Trailer Livingat running condition. Call after 1960 OLDS S-88 .
porte utility room work shop( sales and service. Pinking shears I
tot 68 100 zoned for trailer patio, $11,000. Park Avenue Its beat etc. sharpened. Phone All ,. 'p. m. 2670581.57MERCURY. 1959
x Realty, 103 E. Park Ave., Edge. 2244 Extra Clean, Auto. DEALER"i
8* wide by 40' trailer, deep water. ft 4 door station Impala.
CHRISTMAS
Well. Only $4,500 cash. PARK ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only wagon power steering and $1395
3 BEDROOM. 1 bath, fenced yard, .f .... brake. 50 and Hwy.l, day 2S7- $ 1 I
pall J. W. Childre Realty many extras. Reasonable down each at Star-Advocate. Office. 3577 nite 267. f C8.) .
11 Miles West of Indian River -
I
AM 7-2541 payment. Assume mortgage _
267-5599. City oa Rt. 50. Christmas Florida 1960 FORDLike I
Phone Orlando 275-1939 1959 C
ROUTE 48. Enjoy country living $$395 OR LESS !
in this lovely 2 bedroom home New St. Dr.
JPRIME HIGHWAY with carpeted living and dining Montclair Tempest
Rides Wanted

I FRONTAGE nished room large kitchen Florida, utility room room fur., LOOK THEM OVERSee $$945.. $ V8," Automatic convert. $$2595_

work shop and a large 150 x 200 --- ---- -- -- Power SteerinG
TITUSVILLE RESIDENT wantsto Us For Transportation We Finance You! n
&85 U.S. No. 1 frontage beautifully landscaped lot facing -- and, hester
Join car pool to Patrick AFB 1959 BUICK
with an average depth of Route 46. The back yard Is 267-4577 after S p.m. 19S PONTIAC 4 dr 1960 E. FORD 2 dr.

495', suitable to many uses. fenced. Priced at $13,500.00 with Sedan V.8, AT, R&H, $$395 wagon Mechanically $$395 Loaded Fac. Air 'Bis-
At present has 2 buildings $2600 down. Shown by appoint., Sale or Rent PS PB. Good first or tops. lisa a few dents 2 door sedan, $$1395'
Jr. Inc.
ment. Ceo. M. Barley ,
well and second car and ready to go. here and( tlur, but Is a terrific <.Ie Transmit
)lus good deep 342 So. Wash. Ave., Phone 267. ---- buy. $1195 .
DNFURNISHED 3 bedroom. 1
and water storage 3622.
] >ump
bath, Florida room refrigerator( 1957 CIIEVROLE 4 dr -- ----- -- "Fairlane"
1961 FIAT 1100 4 dr.
ank. Many mature orange I I BEDROOM. 2 bath, new low built-in range. 2670008 wagon V8, AT, Rill. $$395 New overhaul.I 4 ip. $$395 door aedan, S895
1958 I.BIRD 1958
rees. Very realistically down payment. Nicest section inTitusville. Good runner and trans., good tires. A ,
] >riced at $90,000 with 29% Forest Hills. 267-3564 Sale or Trade rearing to go. good car at a low price.
Loaded Extra Nice 4 Dr 4 Door
and balance over 6 ,
i own I-ROOM: HOUSE by owner. 267. $$1095
Automatic
ears. Property located at 2470. I BEDROOM. 2 bath, central heat 1956 PONTIAC 4 dr. 1960 SIlICA\ 4 dr. se- Radio <
and $$1195 $ *
i!iharpes; midway between disposal airconditioning.built-in range dishwasher and oven liT.Inside LOADED.and out.Dean Excellent $$395 dan tire,,.4 Rum ip. Uk.real good new $$395 .
and Cocoa. In- LEGAL PADS Big Supply 35c well for furnished
Titasville lawn or unfurnIshed door
and sell. 2
buy priced to See this onel! ,
1 estigate today. each at Star-Advocate Office. for 10( wide trailer radio and $$1395
lots or acreage. Phone 2672016. .
I 4oo' plus U.S. No. 1 front- 1955 FORD 2 dr. VI. 1955 PLYMOUTH
Std. trans. R&H. An $$295 $$195
4ge north of Mims, priced V8 standard trans. Ranch Wa-
excellent car for going mission. You cent 4 door, Ford- $$59S
it only $75.00 per front foot SYDNEY SCHWARTZ REALTOR to and from the Cape. go wrong! on this one! Transmission,
with 29% down and balance anal Heater

to be arranged. Can REMEMBER-WE FINANCE YOU! "Bonne-

ilso be leased. "BEST BUYS" I 4 Door 1Iard..1 IJ'"*

{00 U.S. No. 1 frontage In B&KMOTORS 1957 FORD $$245 1951 $ I: ::. Air Conditioning..

city limits of Titusville, Power Brakes.
1912 South Hopkins Phone 267-3694! Heater
total price only $30,000. 7 ROOMS 2>/& baths, 2 car garage, beautiful view of -- and ',

JO acres on Route 46 west river boat for your' family to enjoy the fishing and 1955 PONT $$95 1955 MERC $ door Sport Ins.1 Se- 695'
C fun that a river front home provides. All this in a
of Mims only $950 Powerglide
per
beautiful home will love and in which ..
your family ( Powersteering ...
acre. you can entertain your friends, with pride. 1957 MERC $$125 1956 CAD $ and Heater

20 acres prime development DEFINITION OF HAPPINESSFor '

property $1750.00 per Rentals One 3 bdrm I bath 'polara"SI19S
INCOME PROPERTY
( ) -

acre with terms. house furnished,' possible! income $125 One 2 bdrm. a warm Sister puppy Susie; for, happIness Brother Bill may, It mean maybe 1950 INT.VAN $$150 1951 PLY $ Steering Power Brakes..

Call for appointment to'see 1 bath house $85.00 to $100.00 possible income One a cool shower after a hot basketball _and lf!>at r

any of these choice prop- 1 bdrm, 1 bath house possible income $85.00 to $73.00 game. 1952 FORD P 245 1957Bu c
erties. per month. All this for only 2625000. $5,000 /U $ More To Choose From!I.

I down, Balance negotiable at 5%. But for MOTHER AND DAD, who are
looking for a home nothing can be hap ..
pier than finding the right house "tall. 1958 MERC $$2951958: PONT $
40 land taxes Faulk
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Pose S-B Tltuivllle (Florida) Star Advocate Friday February 11,164' with Valentines! cupids, red and leg out from the rigors of the that one team as yet was without I
white streamers, hearts and Northern winter. a sponior. In the Pony League

balloons. three sponsors' were neededfor
many .
''t.:' r.', "'
4 Guests present at this party Little League Meeting the three teams

k4 were: Patsy Ringer Chee Chee The Indian River City Little
Conley, Somnia Little, Linda League held ill regular monthly HAPPY
Teague, Larry Holland Darrcll meeting last Monday evening at Tourist and Social Club

Holland Bobby Holland Jimmy Ire noire of its its president, The Indian River City Tourist

Holland, Benny Williams, Sherman Thomas Walker Jr., 49J! Abbott and Social Club held a covered

Williams and John Yancy. Avenue Present were Mrs. dish dinner at 8.00 p,m. last
The hostess served cookies, candies Nova Thurlow. treasurer; Dr. W. Wednesday evening in the Civic BIRTHGEOR

potato chips and punch. Th9 G. Young, vice-president; Ed. Center. The hostesses were Miss

evening was spent playing Mills, players agent, and Mrs. Mary Taylor and Miss Vendol

1K'E games. | Shirley Hicktr, president of the Ray. The regular meeting lohow-
Woman's Auxiliary of the Little ed with Mrs. Paul Mann in the
Bridge Station
I eague. Mrs. Rkkor reportedthat chair E !
Mrs. Reeve Jacobus took
I Inch
tie Auxiliary had held a Mrs. Jennie Mizener of Bradenton -
honors when the
"Thursday and Mrs. Karl Penzien of
meeting on the 4th of Februarywith
n Nlghtcrs",: a building group of
t.'Ioaf only: 7 mothers present. Bay City Michigan, a sister of
the Indian River City Woman'sClub
J At this meeting; Mrs. Margaret Kay Hair, were welcomed: asguests
held their
j regular: bridge
of the club. The memberswere
Marcum was appointed chair. To Commemorate
t."t'.iJ.1 session last Tuesday evening a'| George's Birthday
sorry to bid farewell to Mr. :
the home of Mrs. Richard Cromwell man of the Ways and Means
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$". and Mrs. Fred Sands, who are
.... ,-,, Carlysle Street. Mrs. Crom. Committee of the Auxiliary;
Walker and Villia Mills leaving for their home in Liberty,
POURING MOULDS Members watchas Humphrey, Mr\ Catherine Hellpenstell, well held Itally) for the eve were Marjorie appointed to the Telephone South Carolina, after wintering .' FREE !

Mrs Pat Canzano pours semi-liquid' Mrs Martha Morgan, Mr*. Canzano, ning.For refreshments the hostess Committee( Mrs. Ricker an- in this community. After the 'I''

I }plaster of paris into all kinds: and shapesof Mrs.\ Lillian Karberg, Mrs. Doris Hoover served a tasty selection of homemade nonunced that the ladies would meeting adjourned games were
mould at the IID plaster workshop.\ and Mrs. Dee Hagood. enjoyed.
: pies, including choclate, like to sell hot-dogs at the concession SLICE OF DELICIOUS
Reading from left to right are: Mrs. Sue -
lemon meringue and cheese pie stand thIS coming season

Indian River City South Titu v lIe Happenings topped with cherries. Chips, nuts, end this was approved by the Rtal Estate
. soft drinks and coffee were also board HOMEMADE
CHERRY PIE
served. Robert Ryan, popularly knownas
In the absence of Mr. Can-

. HD Club Holds Plaster WorkshopThe table Members party were attending Mrs. Cromwell the two-, dent field' (gave:chief a umpire brief run, the.down presi-on work"Bob"for in a this real area estate, who organi usedto With Every Dinner (special)

Mrs. Jacobus, Mrs. Ralph Jones, the had attended in zation in Titusville, has openedhis
Mrs, Charles Ilecklemoser.. Mrs. mooting they own real estate office at the Purchased This Saturday
Indian River City Home Strom in charge. Hostesses! ut Nicholas Lauletta, Mrs William litmville and advised that anumpire's Magnolia Plaza

Demonstration Club sponsored a 4. this meeting/ will be Mrs. Edna Sleeman and( Mrs, Ted Pope, anda school would commence
Puts and Mrs. Irene Harrtll. next! Wednesday, February 26th. i
Mrs Charles
workshop in plaster moulding at guest, Foency
the home of Mrs. Pat Canzano, IfI Next month's session will beheld for 4 weeks. At the termination W M. U. News
4.H Club News home Sleeman of this school on the 4th Wednesday -
of Mrs.
243 Coronado Blvd., last Wed .t I at the prospective will The Brevard Baptist Woman's FREE COFFEE
msday. Instructors at this The Boys' i H Club of Coquina on Forrest Road. umpires Missionary Union Associationmet
be taken to the field! and slipped
workshop were Mrs Pat Can Elementary School held its mon Monday at Harbor City Baptist
acme trick plays to see how well
zano and Mrs. Sue Humphrey.The thly meeting on the 18th. The Viiit Alabama Church. The meeting was
moulds are the property v boys recited the Pledge of Allegiance Mrs. Eva Lee Bobo of Pine they will call. opened by Mrs. Howard Jones, SUNDAY MORNINGFirst

ff l the Brevard County Home and the 4-H Pledge: Street, left last week to visit her A guest present at this meet- Association President of Central

Demonstration Office, and were i! d followed by roll-call. daughter, Mrs Louise Warren, ing was Maxwell Young, and Baptist Church Miss Josephine
furnished to this group to show 'j Those attending the meetingwere in Fort Pajno Alabama, who when the subject of field main Jones, State Executive Secretarygave ( Cup Free)

)low plaques could be had just undergone surgery at tenance came before the meeting the Introductory talk on the
plaster Hoffman Teddy
: Raymond! ,
9 A. M. until 1 P. M.BOY'S
made. The plaster comes in ;! Tindall. William Coleman, An the hospital there. Eva writes it was announced that Maxwell W.MU. theme for the year "Lib .

powder form and Is,then mixed ,I thony Simon'Richard Woerner that her daughter came home had agreed to accept the erty and Light". Mrs. Kitty Holli-

with water and worked into a 'I David Baldwin, Charlie Woernerand from hospital last Saturday andis job and that he and Walker had day, Associational Chorister,

.cmi-liquid of a required conIslcncy. 1! Bail La Roe. The topic this doing fine, From Fort Payne, toured the field to find out exactly from the First Baptist Church or
I Eva will go to Huntsvllle to visit what should be done Titusville !led 11the opening
This is and SCHWINN
poured Central
month was about the
Mrs. with her son and( his family, and hymn. The Devotional Period ana
pressed into whatever design of ADJUST PROJECTOR Florida Fair 'The boys are plan. He leported that the dugoutswould
Muriel Chreist, co-ordmator at plans to come home towards the the Prayer Calendar were given
mould Is desired When the ning t to go to this event on the have to be fenced con
end of this week.
Coquina School and William by Mrs\[ II. E. Smith, Central
plaster has set, the plaster 29th. rectly, and the insides painted; Baptist Church of Melbourne.
Hueston, Audubon president,
plaques are removed from the adjust projector for snowing ut The president asked if any of Horn Again the field must be graded and Miss Josephine Jones led in prayer BICYCLE
moulds and set out to dry for a
bird-life slides at the school the boys had demonstrations on Mark Johnson, small son of fillled in, at the backstop, for) the missionaries on their
two
period of approximately be the projects fo. which they had Mr and Mrs. William Johnsonof blocks: will be laid and filled birthdays. A welcome was extended
weeks, after which they can
used to very interesting and the children been working Raymond Hoffman 280 Roschill Avenue, returned with cement; the concession to every one by the Host
painted with any walla.paint enjoyed seeing alt the slides, gave a demonstration on home this week from Holiday stand should be painted inside Church W. M, U. President, Mrs. 26" Wheels
paint plastered the "field cricket". lie showedthe House in Orlando. Mark is re and out. The president said he C. E. Carter. ,

Baseball boys the Insides: of a cricketby cuperating from minor surgery would order five loads of clayto The Gold Cup was presented to
Audubon President
the of model which he and is doing fine resurface the field, and when Price $$51.95
Visits CoquinaThe Indian {liver City Little Lea use a Mrs\ is! II. Smith of First Baptist Reg.
had constructed. Next, David tins arrives, Young would call to. Church of Eau Gallic, for I
students In Mrs. Evelyn gue is ecccp'lng! applications for Baldwin gave a demonstrationof Boy Scout;: News I gether a work-shop to complete having the most attendance..

McGlnne'i room at the Coquina managers and umpires for all the old phonograph which Edison Troop 310, Boy Stouts of Indian ; tins nl'Cl'SuryYork.. Ed Mills The next quarterly meeting of

Elementary School are studying three divisions, beginning Feb had built. Charlie Woerner River City met at the md Walker will install the P.A. the Association will\ be held at PRICE WILL DECREASE

science unit on Bird.lite. Mr. ruary 21st, 1964. Anyone In. then cave a demonstration on last Tuesday CIVil'Center system in the concession, stand.It West Melbourne in April on a

William Hueston of Rockledge, terested in managing a senior, how to prepare the'soil; for a their regular weekly was also announced at this date to be announced later.
president of the Indian River major or minor league team or plant. His demonstration was The question of dues was discus meeting that legislation of all

Audubon Society of Florida was umpiring in this league is ask very effective( Richard Woerner ed and Glen Archer, scoutmaster players would commence on Feb. $$2 EVERY HOUR
invited to speak to the childrenlast ed to contact Tom Walker Jr. gave a demonstration<< on howto noted who were in default ruary 29th! and that the registration Card Of ThanksI
Monday. Mrs McClone's president, at 207-0u6l at soon as discussed ticket sales
conserve moisture in a can In The troop lists would close on the 8th I wish to thank each and every-
students invited all of Stage II possible for the Scout Exposition to b which Be
a plant was growing. noe who( was so nice to me whilein UNTIL IT IS SOLD!
students to the lecture, which tides the demonstration, Richard held on March 14th at the Cocoa commence and one week set up Jess Farrish Memorial Hos

was held in.' the auditorium of H. D. Medina showed the boys some "White Armory. Announcement was for each Lague. pital. The cards, flowers, gifts,
the school. made that a Camporee would be! Offer Good At Indian Hirer Store
The regular' monthly meeting Beauty" tomatoes which he hai The president reported that and words of encouragement City
Using<< cobr slides to lUut>traleh of the Indian River City Ilome plumed last month. held in April. four sponsors had been found were greatly appreciated.

:, lecture. Hueston explained Demonstration: Club will be held -- The patrols discussed hike for the Little League teams and Mrs. father Waxier Starting at 8 A. M
plans and Mr. Archer talked with
In d("'ail t'' e principles", of cure next Tuesday. February 26th at Valentine Party
the patrol leaders on this subject
nd handling of birds identification 0:45 at the Civic Center.
; ain Janet Kemp of 240 Pine Street A demonstration of fire by Saturday Morning
of species and mentionedthe Program to be presented will be was hostess at a Valentine party' friction was made and the troop

laws of the State of Florida "Clothing! selection principlesand given for her friends last Friday contest was discussed. Each pat. PAINT NOW-PAY LATERUP

.regarding birds and their con -fccessories," with Mrs. Lit- evening. The room was decoratedin rol in the troop must have a flag, 200 Standard SizeENVELOPES
servation. The lecture was lien Karberg and Mrs. Florence Valentine theme motifYou're
a or ) staff and stand by March. There
TO 5 MONTHS WITH NO HANDLING CHARGE Reg.99c.
I were 42 Scouts present at this 39c
meeting.

In house paint.

IRC P.rson.lsMr. 60 x 76 CarBLANKETS

Invited To Visit The New and Mrs. William Stowell
left last Tuesday for their homein i zso88c
Rhode Island. Mrs. Stowell is
QUALITY MAKES
the sister of Mrs. Harold Whit.
BADCOCK !
FURNITURE aker of Indian River Avenue and

the Stowells. spent a delightfulsix Saw 13 Oz. can


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Elva and Jim Cresccenza from
Come' in for your FREE GIFT! t Wildwood, N.J. are visiting our Trimmed Petticoat and Panty

While Here B. Sure To Register ForWORTH city andI ill be staying with : .if : SHERWIN'WILLIAMS Re*.
their friends: of many years. :Mr I .l ENSEMBLE 1.49 99'

and Mrs, Harold Whitaker, Indian .
OF FREEMERCHANDISE River Avenue Mr Cresccnza SWPOILBASE

$ is retired and( they decided to

3 0 0 OF YOUR CHOICE come down In order to thaw out a; : Close-Oul On
\ after the winter in New Jersey.
1 To Be Given Away Feb 29..181&Nothing ,. Other guests of Harold and HOUSE PAINT I Ii
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To Buy Betty Whitaker arc their cousins, \i/D COMFORTERS & BLANKETS
1 Y,.u Need Not B. Prcstnr To VYlnl Donald and Dorothy Whitaker, Wr t gives you more

from Rockport Mass They will value for
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HOUSE PAINT yourdollar. A FewBLANKETS
be here for a month doing the Reg. 6.99 72 x 84

same as the Crescena's tluwSale $ I COMFORTERLast LEFT
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