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Title: Star-advocate
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Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 1964
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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)-
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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents



84th Year No 24 5c: Per Copy Titusvillc, Florida. Monday, Fcbiuarv :1M.! 1964( l I Pages Today I'ulrllshad Mt t s Wrdncsdays Fridays
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Congressman Speaking Today About Local Youth's Questions




I He's Worried About U. S. New CD Bo




By Bill Lyerly Sincerely yours, Und of the free, but only so at phys ed he gets out on tho

"Tony PoteetCongressman ," long! as it remains the home of field and trys his level best Ill\
A buy's will (Is the wind'.i
Gurney was so the brave" conduct is won crU1 and na*
will and the thoughts of youth In
stirred by this Titusville buy's Gurney in his reply to Tony never been sent to the office! for Sought City :
ale long, long thoughts"Ihis
well expressed uneasiness over the threat of said In part: any reason that I know ot In
poem so Communism, he took to the floor "America has faced threats as fact the only way 1 happen to
the youth of another generation; -- -
of the House; of Representatives serious as Communism many know Tony is the fact he brokt'
the youth of that exciting era today to read parts of the letter tints since 1776, but we have his aim in phys ed last year and( City council! will consider zoning .onutmslon i.and It-! for property at corner of Highland; Terrace,
when vikmg ships plied the endless the tor establishment of a city dvil and alert his colleagues in Con- always been victorious because I took him to hospital byt'laiide Hearings>> on special' use per.. I
sea of clouds The era whena guess to the possible effects of man's desire to be free has always x-rays and treatment Othei f tense council composed of inert "i ire'umi.v( (( .ordinance, nvnnlmjj;: t Ci Marlowe for propertyon nut applications by One' Hob-rt ,
barefoot year-old boy could ben of the city council!. the city water. connection} charge and
such fears among the nation's !inspired enough strengthand : wise his quite nature would have : Magnolia: Avenue, by John A.
to allow
rui away from home and join a manager and the city clerk, and muter deposit costs for a welding< servm' ''IR
Singleton Singleton
property on -
young people, determination whenever it probably never brought the two ):
pirate crew, sail the seven seas, The Honda Congressmen read was needed America will continue of us together" also will consider appropriating! Request fur additional helpIn north of the Airpark; by Jos Josephine Street and by (C' u
captuung endless treasure, $11)00) to the liicxarJ. CuuntyWorld' I the 1 Police Di'|>aitinent I t in or ephV. Campbell for property at Me Cotter to allow new car wales
the letter to the House of Rep to; be the land of the fret, WP went to interview Tony at
fighting endless sword battles lair Authority at the der to keep till office open seven corner of Ojibway and! US. ); area at southwest of t,
corner S
resentatives then commented, but only so long a. it remains his house and find( out for oui-
without wound meeting scheduled fur" tomorrow days: a week instead of five and a
receiving one V L for
llluiikenship t (
by Washington and South
property ) St
"It really touched me that a boy the home of the brave selves: just what kind of boy Wl'had .
And this he could do by walkingno night half. The additional help would be on both tides of Highway Hearing house
on a
movln
worried "'I don't know how old here. It Saturday :
of fourteen is so about you are was
turther than the creek, lying and talked The Civil l Defense Council a no-clerk Talmadiie.: said that 50; by Thomas L Henderson for permit by II A Youngtiliwxl: bur a
with face morning, and we sat would be in accordant< with the council can expect him to ask Hirn'Ave. house
nn his back his ruddy his property' on nue tty to be moved( to Indian UK
to the boy, trying to dig Into .
state civil' defense plans and for several' additional employees>
toward the sky, his eyes spark L; J Kendall for property on er IIigh la nds,
l personality, disturbing his quiet and state within the relieve
line with the exciting things he would assist the county near future to
nature civil defense councils the work loads in other depart,
could:' see in the clouds Jim Pruill
Re-Election
It was somewhat a difficult City Manager Cleveland Tulmadgc nients Seeking .
Today, the 14 year old is no (task Oh, Tony was willing ,
said< longer barefoot end no longer to answer our questions, but ho! qualilled persons win would for mile) of beer' an I win, Rep, James! II. Pruitt of Eau

does his imagination create the was absorbed in watching the be available to serve as civil (doftnse nt Holiday Restaurant iIxninue iiillic, veteran Ilrcvard County I

exciting scenes as once it did Saturday morning TV cartoons, director In the city, a position ( UJ9 Hopkins Avcn ic, legislator: fiu* announced lie will

Stark reality has dulled the imagiiiation :.. ," "" and in particular, "Fireball XL- for which there Is no" romp Bid for purchase of a four lie a candidate for re-election,
Today the 14-year- "' ,1 i" almost lost our tram of cnsation, lie also said that if the door sedan| for the public sot ks Pniitt upset' the only R publican

old .ts concerned( frightened and .. thought, also counc'J' is set up, the city will be department unit, a four.door 'Ration ever to servo in the Florida

(tile ever-present dark cloud, always t But wt did: find that Tony eligible to receive donable surplus wagon for the recreation department legislature< from Brevard County

hovering overhead, makesit knows what the Monroe Doe property, six years>> ago( and he has been a
difficult( and almost impossible trine is all about, for he mentioned He is recommending the $tUO()) Va i lance requests by I I. K:, member suite!, serving in three

for him to see the viking that several limes, appropriation to the Worlds Fair Holland, for property at northeast regular and three !special sessions

hips sail by This dark cloudis The following are questionsand Authority, the money coming out corner of UcLeon and Garden; ,
the semblance of the atomic Tony's answers: of surplus funds He said<
era and wens of the destruction What prompted you to write line with appropriations made by Palmetto\ Street; by James FTwlgg Incumbent! Itielianl Muldrew, who x

of humanity the reason, for Gurney? the other major cities in Brevard !: for property on Itoschlll Is now serving; as a county coin-
the Congressman Avenue; and by N, A Kossnian miss loner, ,
concern. Well, I reed and hear more
This concern from the 14- Tony, Right, And Father Reed Lttttrs and more of small countries being Also on tomorrow night's: agenda for property on Harrison Street A long lime resident of the Jim Prulft
are: Public hearings on rezoning county, I'ruitt served for six
ycar-okls of the nation was divided by Communism, andit Presentation of certificates of applications! liy H. II Hudson for years on the Ian: iallie-; city mental; organizations) committca
brought to light locally recently his country'. future he would bit but 1 am sincerely touched thata seems like that our country is merit to Don Thompson, V I 1. property between Washington;: and council and as, mayor of that fur the hem ie and( Is a mi'mix'r
Feb. 12 Potect, an down and write his congressman."But person as young as I assume not doing anything to stop It ,
when Tony
on tllankcnshlp and Glenn McMast Hopkins by Joseph Campbell for city for one term, of cllln n..tl'e.. on public utilitie ,
eighth.grader at Parkway Junior then! my next reaction you to be is fearful we might be II seems that we should be the
er In recognition of their serviceas property at corner of DclcHpino Currently he Is serving as claims, elections, Insurance anil
High wrote to his congressman, was, what has created this fear defeated in our ideological bat preserver of freedom rather members of the planning and, and Ml Sterling "
Hip. Ed Gurney, in Washington, that the United States might tie with Communism. than standing by and letting it

revealing his fears to his rev lose our ideological battle; with Ik answer to Tony's question (communist rule) happen These

pi csentative. Communism? The only conclusion about the Civil Rights bill, Gurney countries, like Viet Nam, Germany

'The letter to Congressman I could reach is: from where replied, I voted against the Korea, and the others Run-Off Necessary In HS GOP'Vote(8y .

Guiney read: this young man stands, Com bill not because I am opposed should have the opportunity tl)

"Honorable Congressman Gurney munism seems to be winning" to all our citizens enjoying be all tree Seems like we'te

: GUI tie)' then asked the House, equal opportunity, but because making a bargain with Communism ,. ,
-
"Yoa may not receive this let- "Where is the pride and confidence thc.bill granted to the Federal ,. like saying 'we'll.<,Itt! you*. ( Ronnie Hue""H .)
which has historically Government powertet.-., much of the country
let but if you do I would be provided excessive -have this
outsider into the
very pleased if you would answer the strength to keep America regulate and control the everyday and we'll fight you for the rest' An strolling

because I would like to understand free? It's certainly not between lives of Individual citizens We shouldn't let 'em have any,"' Titusville High School gymnasium 1i ', Mlr

bit more about my ( the lines of this boy's let This was not intent of the found the young analyzer of world affairs Friday afternoon would have ,
a believed he was in the midst of amass
country than I do now. ter. ers of our Republic. said
Interested in the things "This} is not! the isolated con Who Is this Tony Poteet, 14- What about Cuba? riot
"I am concerned American '' when found out The entire student body was engaged
cern of just one student from year-old 1 think we rXtJtijLI
and I am
around
going!concerned on I me often wonder Ti:usville, Florida his words youth Castro was a Communist, we : in the process of selecting;
also a president of the United Statesof !
what will happen to this country are the voice of the next generation As has been said, he is an should hove gone to Cuba andpushed
America, despite the disorganized ,
him out. What he did is -
\
someday, wondering if it will be His fears are a challenge eighth glide student at Parkway )
under communist rule or If it to our headers in the Cold War Junior High School, and to us he against the Monroe Doctrine and appearance
its struggle His concern is a seemed to be an average although under that doctrine the United Sponsored by the Student Council
able to
will be
freedom This problem preserve really warning to all of us who smugly shy and quite, 14.year- States not only had the right, headed by Diana Willis, the
take our freedom for granted old His assistant principal at they had the obligation to throw selecting of a president was work
bothers sir, and I would be
me ed out In fine detail, and<1 started
Glenn Archer, had Castro out, because they have REPUBLILFINCDNVDj
concerned Gurney Parkway
most grateful if you could help "This boy is Friday with a Republican Con
continued "and if don't this to say about Tony: the rest of South America to
me settle my problems and also we vention complete with flags and
mind at rest. start acting like we're in this Tony( is a good student, his protect..
help me put my banners, button and hats, brass
"I would also like to know about battle tj win, his concern will conduct is very good. He \\hdt do, you think we shoulddo bands and even visits from the [ !!
the 'Civil Rights Bill' andI solwly erode to complacency and was invited to join the Honor now? local Beatles J TJDN
"I think should let Russia "tram ..
would like to know your opinion cynicism." Society and to be invited a student they After the students conclude a .

on the subject. In conclusion, the Florida representative must have not less than one Red China and the others Republican Convention, and select CONVENTION LEADERS -- Diane Wil- Republican Convention Friday Seated at

If you have read this far in told the House, "I "B", so he Is probdjly an "A" know we will not allow them, to their candidate, within the Us, (standing/), President of the Student the table with Miss Willis are left to right: ,

my letter and see ft to answer answered this young man's letter student He is quiet, well mannered use Cuba as a base and that we next three weeks they will hold a Council at Titusville High School, and Patsy! Daniels, Linda Lundy. Billy Walk-

it I thank you trom the bottomof by reaffirming my belief that and although he doesn'tgo arc goring to protect South Am- Democratic Convention, and aftera Republican Convention Chairman, la listening cr, Jim Mathison Joyce Marks: and Tri<:la

my heart America will continue to be theLr.Tkk out for athletic competition, s.. YOUTH On Page I Democratic candidate Is chosen to one of the delegates<< during the Taylor.-(S-A Photo). V

the entire student body will .

hold a (Presidential election, didate. state, or yielding, just like a real Cabot., ledge,;: ,Inf Arkansas see-

"Y" Meet In order to obtain an Idea of Friday afternoon, the students convention united) tho action!
Key how each state might sway at
held their first convention: oil a According) to the replies received California nominated) Richard
convention time, students wrote model.
scale
I letters to all Congressmen In from the senators, Alabama Nixon and South Dakota seconlcJ I.

each slate "There are more electoral nominated Harry Goldwater, and Colorado yielded to Pennsylvania 1-

Slated Tonite l Several of the Congressmendid votes allowed to the states than Virginia iccnndcj the nomlntion. which nominated William

not reply, but the students we have students, so we had tosetup Alaska yielded to New Scranton and Wyoming seconded
managed to receive enough answers I percentage' scale and it York, which nominated Rockefeller .

JIIP"' A provisional board for the new night has been slated as the op. to come up with a possible was accurate enough that we anil seconded by Illinois I Kentucky< nominated Thrust B.
could determine from tho electoral Morton, snot Idaho yielded to
f YMCA will portunity when such questions favorite candidate from each Arkansas yielded to Massachusetts
North Brevard area
could be answered state, votes exactly the man each which nominated Henry So CONVENTION On Pg I
f be elected at a public meeting to It Is proposed that the local After all 50 states and two( of state would cast their votes for,"

be held at 8 o'clock tonight in YMCA he formed along the the United Statea' Territories had Miss Willis said ? .. vY
a
the community room of Citizens family lines-offering opportunityfor replied, students, who. were chosen Starting with alphabetical roll s .
Bank building all members of the family, as delegates from that state, call each state was given the opportunity ,
This has been a pattern set In compiled the letters to find what to nominate a candidate tkara
For the past two months a many other communities in recent state would favor a democratic or second the nomination of a ,

group of local citizens has been years candidate and a republican can candidate selected by another

meeting to discuss the needs of

the community and a formationcf

the YMCA. A tremendous ( gram
response Ms M- .f d
has been noted from the + cLJi7of i
civic groups, businessmen and, s

families endorsing the program.

Since there are many questionsthat aSkt

might have been raised in

the minds of area residents about

such a program, the meeting; to-(



J Band ConcertThursday !
"MR. AMBASSADOR" Sam Caldwell (center) is pre

sented a certificate of appreciation for his work as ,the

most active member of the Chamber of Commerce's t
Night
Ambassador's Club in the recent membership campaignand 1

was named "Mr. Ambassador Caldwell obtained

1 15 memberships, nosing out Ray Ledlord with 12 and Titimllle High School pant

Keith Robeson! with 10. The club was responsible for will present a concert ii the MADAM CHAIRMAN 'Thu !!:reat state of New York

65 membership renewals and 19 new members Cur high school gym Thursday night, __ .. nominates a favorite ton; Nelson Rockefeller as Republic :
t.I 9
rently the Chamber has 3CO:: paid members Including 34 starting at 8 o'clock. ,, :n candidate for President" Despite appearing;: ban:"

new ones, two latest of which are Imperial Towers. Cald EVEN BRASS BANDS Members of the Hope, Gary Wienand Keith Killgallon, ners (from the opposition, Charlene Ouellette sounds: < it
well was honored at a luncheon at Howard Johnson's scheduled This is the concert originally Titusville high School band, blend their Karen Crannell and Bobby Oass.- (SA loud and clear during the mock Presidential Republican
for last
Friday noon :Making the presentation is Mrs. Hilda Coo I sight but was postponed.Thursday talent to support their candidate during Photo). Convention held at Titusville }High School Friday-

wart and dt the left 1* Mrs. Fran Partelow.( -A Photo). mock election: Friday Left to right, Eddie (S-A Photo).







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!!* 2 Titusvlllt (Florida) Star Advocate Monday, February J4,1964 Florida Greeters

.

Slates Newcomers LuncheonThe Club ..- 'round town ,


Florida Greeters Newcomers

f Club will meet Wednesday with /baroara carLoll
l 'ftb Neva And Notes / Phone 267-JW4 ,
of North Breroard February 28, at the Whispering

Hills Country Club for
The new Moose Lodge, located noon, Hawaiian: style, Her ten Mrs. B. L. Brown of 100 DozierA
luncheon Card games are scheduled just north of Mims, was filled to guests came dressed in "mu clown motif was used for

at 9:15: a.m. and luncheon near capacity: Sunday afternoonfor mu's" "sra!s skirts" and "clam Mark's party with two delightfuland

will) be served at 11:43: a.m. All Impressive ceremonies instituting diggers" and were greeted by charming clowns Toni

+ I members and guests are invitedto the local Women of the Elane with the traditional HawaiIan Smith and Pam Miller providing

Rainbow Girls 4.j: r L attend both Moose as chapter 1133 Mrs. lei and kiss on the cheek entertainment for the youngsters
Rose Weldemeyer of Clearwater, Our home was decorated with The Brown home was
I S a >; Mr Charles Kestler, program a former Grand Council member multicolored/ crepe paper decorated with red, white and

To Observe ar h chairman announced that there instituted the chapter assistedby balloons and lanterns. round blue crepe paper and balloons
\
: will be a white elephant party Mm Mary Pollack, a Collegeof ( gift table!, covered with while and Mark's cake was in the
.J
j Regents member; Mrs. Ruth crepe paper and colorful stream. shape of a "4" and decorated
I'f't following the lunch.
li"t Nissen, former deputy Grand era, was centered with a large with clown facts The children

Anniversary \ !f ) Plans have been made for the Regent; Mrs. Jeanne Bollenbahand hula dancer anti held the lei's, were served refreshments of

Titusvilb Assembly No 99, Newcomers Club to visit the Mrs. Ins Dunn, College of blowouts and artificial orchidsone cake punch, i ke cream and
Regents: members, all from ( far each little girl's hair). candy by Mrs. Brown and Mrs
Order of Rainbow for Girls, will North Brevard County Home
(ir) '., Ckarwuter The youngsters enjoyed several Arnold LeItz. Attending the
observe their third anniversary
i j month on the first Thurs
: ) every I and
including "pineapple Timmy Tommy
26lh Now officers were Installed games a party were
meeting evening, February ,4 ,
at '7:00: p.m. The Assembly 1 ,.1ft ah day following: the institution ceremony puzzle," 'pm the tail on the Meyer, Greg and Stephen Leitz
'.t L. .,... donkey"! and "the match Jule Raymond Schmidt, Brent
started with 35 charter membersand .. Reservations for cards.bridge, by members of the Mel game
has grown to 65 members \:.; 1 canasta, pinochle end lunch bourne Chapter, Women of the Li.tic Connie Campbell's name Pate and Stephen Harrison
Mrs. Lets MacMinn, who is t Moose Mrs. Kay Maltbie was was drawn\ for the "world's
Supreme Inspector over some A must be made by Tuesday noon installed as Senior Regent along greatest, sweethetirt" prize. She Phyllis and Jerry EarnesJ and

,105 Rainbow Assemblies In the! ....... .. .- k February 25th Please call Mrs. with Mrs. Frances Williamson, was crowned with a sparklingcrown four children arc currently getting .
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state of Florida, will be the hon Kestler by phoning 267.7155. Junior Regent; Mrs. Lydia Barnes a lovely new
or guest. The girls are plan. G.WW.C. RECEIVING LINE-Newcomers is shown introducing newcomer, Mrs. past Junior Regent; Miss received a miniature loving cup. Anna Drive just in time foi ,

ling a covered dish dinner In and other guests of Gateway Welcome Doris Heidler to Mrs Joseph D. Kennedy, GOP Women To Meet Sharon Waddell, chaplain, Mrs. lynn Earnest was awarded the their lovely daughter Lynn to

her honor, which will be held Wagon Club were introduced to officersof president; Mrs. Don Fryslie vice-president I. Charlotte Waddell, recorder, and door prize.Currying. celebrate her birthday this Wednesday i

about' 5.00 p.m. at the Masonic the club at a recent membership tea in Mrs. Jim Fisher second vice-presi On WednesdayMrs Mrs. Shirley Ritker treasurer out the Hawaiian Phyllis, charming and

Temple the home of Mrs. Ned Rust Mrs Doug dent;, Mrs. Rust secretary and Mrs. Rob Other officers Installed were motif, the refreshment table was vivacious owner, instructor of

The District Deputy Mrs. Barnhart, left, Welcome Wagon Hostess, ert Cato Jr, treasurer-(Carlson Photo). James Armistcad, State Mrs Charlotte Jacobs: pianist; covered with a white cloth centered Earnest School of Dance tells

Frances Griffic, and some of Committeewoman' from Brevard Mis Mildred Laughan, sentinel, with a picture of hula us preparations are under way

the! girls from Eau Gallic who VFW County, w;11 be the guest at the Mrs. Aileen Fahndrick, assistant dancer and set with multicolored for the annual spring dance recitals -

were instrumental In the Assembly Auxiliary Wednesday meeting of the North guide: Mrs Hazel Flynn, guide plates, cups and napkins. with two scheduled this
being Instituted will be Work Session Brevard Woman's Republican and Mrs June Critchley, argus. Elane's large three tiered birthday year; one on May 16 and one on
officers cake was decorated with Mjy 23, in the Bayview School
Installing from Melbourne
Girls Club. She be accompanied
present. Ircrn other may
J assemblies
Titusville Auxiliary 4228, white frosting, Hawaiian flowers
Auditorium. Mrs. Jackie Brownis
Mrs Isabel!
were Apple-
in the district are. also by Miss Sally Warren, an at.tomey -
invited to the meeting Veterans of Foreign Wars will of Melbourne, who is a man, Senior Regent; Mrs. Ola and birds. The children enjoyed designing the costumes again

". All Charter members, Master x hold a work session Thursday potential candidate for the officeof Vaughn, Junior Regent; Mrs. refreshments of cake, this year and Phyllis promises
and Eastern February 27, at 11 a.m. at the Supervisor of Registration. Betty Heinz, Junior Graduate Hawaiian punch and little cups us! the recitals will again be "'unustal" .
Masons S'ar are home of !Mis\ Edw. T. Cnbbins filled with candy slices
v4.r orange : und "outstanding1We
Regent Mrs Howell I
,
-Cordially/ invited to attend. Miss Warren Is anxious to meet ; Dorothy
t Auxil:arv. hospital chairman, and bananas
treasurer and Mrs Thelma
with all the Republican clubs in
751 South Dixie Hwy., Indian the county but because of the Doughtery chaplain Other guests: at the festivities hear the guest speaker for

University Women River City area The project nature of her work, she cannot Officers of the Moose Lodge were Linda Campbell, Joyce St Teresa's Holy Name Society's

Hear Dr. FertschDr for the day will be scuffs always attend meetings in the were on hand for the ceremonies Stack Joanie Nitz Leigh Nealy, Quarterly Communion Breakfast

Plans will be discussed per-( daytime.Mrs. as well as several officers from Susan Heine, Ricky and Cathy on March 8th will be Richard

Pauline Fertsch, directorof taming to Easter gifts for the;, out.of-town including Okey Roland FoUi and Elane's brother, Jeff Rcpper, Group Manager with
the Brevard County Child patients in the Brevard County, Wm. M. Burr will be the state association presidentfrom Assisting with the party was my Southern Bell Telephone at

Guidance Center, and clinical Home hostess for the club at her home, Melbourne: ; E, Dudley mother, Mrs. Ralph Parrott. Cocoa Leach Repper is a
psychologist spoke to the the All members are urged to attend 1806 Diane Drive, Titusville Weidemeyer of Clearwater past graduate of Notre Dame Univerfity '

Titusville Branch of AAUW and bring their own sand Mrs. Glen Richmond, club president Grand: North Moose and Mike Dress rehearsal for the 10th and a member of the

Tuesday evening; February 18, wiches and sewing equipment. will call the meeting to Rossi, governor of the Melbourne annual Hidden Talent Show will Church of Our Saviour at Cocoa
at a meeting held at the home of i iMn. order at 1:30: p.m., end invitesall Lodge be held beginning at 8:0::: p.m. tonight Beach

O R. Treadway 1828 N. ., Republican women interestedto in the Indian River City
Smith Dr, Mrs. Charles T. Ned i nust, 609 West Circe. The attend. Civic Center. All participants in -
Lit'le Elane
Rhodes was hostess speaker will be Miss Sally Webster -. Carlson (my the show must attend but are not Despite the inclement weatheron
:' .' teacher: of mathmatics at The election of a historian will daughter) had a delightful biith- required to( wear costumes, according Saturday, Belk's Book Dept-
Dr Fertsch gave statistics indicating Rivcrview School whcse topic take place during the business day party last Thursday after- to general chairman of was the scene of beehive activity -

the great need for menial will be "The New Math" A meeting, to fill the vacancy caused the show Mrs Clare Simms. ns Arthur Arnold greeted

health services'' in Brevard 4-jj ,t t f.w board meeting will be held by the sudden passing of Mrs Pythian Sisters "We still have room for a few and autographed for a large
County, and' kid how the Child
J March 3, 7:30: p.m. at the home Lillian Edgerton who was electedto Hold Card more acts", she said, "if anyoneis gathering: his recently released
Guidance Center came into being "HAVE A HEART, Mrs. Forrent. :Finley, in front, a of Mrs. Jetton. that office in January PartyThe interested in being in the show, book 'Behold My Brother".
She spoke of the bill signed guest at the recent Gateway Welcome Wagon' membership Pythian Sisters held a Val they should attend tonight's rehearsal The party was so successfulthe
into law by President Kennedy ." author will hold another
tea searches for her
,
name
entine card party at Castle Hall
'ttfrce weeks prior to his death, ous red and white hearts hanging from.tler.tree'5(( + which was beautifully in the Val Master of ceremonies, Brian autographing: party at Belk's

providing $150 million in grant Assisting her is Mrs; Dean Brpyles. The tea was held in entine motif for the occasion Kilgallen, will be on hand for the Book Dcpt Friday 28th from 5
lor the construction ol community the home of Mrs. Ned Rust on West Circle.- (Carlson Delicious refreshments were rehearsal and each: participantwill to 9.
mental health centers over the run through his act one time.
Photo). ,II IIr'7 ) served by the Ways and Means r.
jiext three yean. committee of which Mrs. Vernon Kilgallen, a local radio person Visitors at the home of their

She stated I that there are as r. .... i "- "'; Thomas is chairman Door prizes ality, will Interview the perform aunt, Mrs. Ethel L. Battle on

many patients in hospitals for r: l were won by the following: Eve ers. Sunday to attend the funeral of

mental illness as for all other '" 't : r lyn L Freeman, Dorothy( Condes Tickets for the show scheduled their father, the late Leon S.
A"4
illnesses combined; for each of r and Nola Peele, while table for this Friday and( Saturday at Wilson, were the following: Mr.

these hospitalized mental patients prizes were won by Mary Taylor 8 p.m., are on sale at various and Mrs. V. O Wilson of Lakeland -

there are 20 more people -.. Rose Sullivan, Walter Collins, focal points through out the area. Mi and Mrs. I.. S. Wilsor
outride hospitals who are Incapacitated 'Ii 1 Mrs P C Rushing, Mrs. Maude One or more stores In each shopping Jr. of Zephyrhills Mrs Mildred l

due to mental illnesi. II" Poppell, Beatrice Nicholson, center as well as several 1 McFarland of Miami, Mrs.
She described: large scope of i"J t 4i Jean Collins, Violet Kloss, Yen- stores downtown have the tickets. Dorothy Bozcman of Opa Locka.
social problems falling within .. : .. day Ray, Dorothy Broufher and !Mrs. Simms suggests "Look for Mis Nina Sanders of Hialeah,

:the area of mental health, including ---.it Juanita Thomas. signs in the store windows saying Mr and Mrs. Thomas Gilbert of

suicide, crime, alcohol- A delicious fruit cake donatedby tickets are on sale there." Hialeah and :a niece and her husband
Ism Sarah Pappy, wag won by Proceeds from the Variety
; etc. Mr and Mrs Albert Kim-
Walter Collins. Gala talent show will be used to
The Brevard County Child rough cf Lakeland
expand and modernize the kit _
Guidance Center is centrally I located ,
chen and meeting rooms at the
in the old Brevard Junior Miriam CircleThe
I.R.C. Civic Center, "the only STEEL
College building; in Cocoa It
civic center located in the
full v Miriam Circle of the Presbyterian new SHELVING
employs a psychiatric team,
area of Titusville", said Mrs.
including psychiatric social Church will meet Wed Simms. CABINETS
nesday night at 7:30: In the homeof
workers, psychiatrists, and is Participants in the shov will
BENCHES
the first Such clinic to have a .g Mrs. Hope McCuskey, 180 include students of the Earnest

psychiatric nurse. Dr. Fertsch Jackson St. School of Dance: Plaza Dance TRUCKS

stressed the importance of early Studio, Twirl.A-Ways, The Palls! RACKS
diagnosis and treatment and 1 YOUNG MUSICIANSTwdin j young musicians to perform CIRCLE TO MEETThe Puppets and other individuals
puintrd out that'treatment at the the tenth annual Variety I Gala' Hidden Talent Show Hannah Circle of the First performing as soloists, instrumentalists BINS

enter is limited to families with REFRESHMENT SERVED Mrs. Tony Novotny serv on Feb. 23 and 29 are Stano(; n Gandy and Ronald Con- Presbyterian Church will meet at dancers etc. Conclusion -

children. refreshment' toj the numerous guests attending the rath Stanton will play pint 110 solo and Ronald a Clari- the manse, 613 Indian River of the show will be a real ,.-.I,...010.1.. :::ar.1.I.. ,.. .

Mrs. T W. Jetton, president, Gatevtay Welcome) :''JVagoti Club's recent membership tea net solo. The popular variety; show will be presented atter Ave. tomorrow at 8 p.m. "hootenanny". cNECK Stuart

urged members to attend\ the in the1) home of Mfs. Ned Rust From left are Mrs. Roy 8 p.m.. in the I.R.C. civic with the proceeds being WI1N george

AAUW Area F Workshop, to be .Nlckols, Mrs.; Ralph Watson Jr. and Mrs Novotny, used to, benefit the expanslcbuilding. m and remodeling of the I ENVELOPES Business Sizes Another birthday party held recently P1'O"ala.docH Doy.,_.Bnxh ct; S.I 3431 202
held February 29, 8:45 to a;00 at (Carlson1 Pho o). General chairmanSimms.Carlson of the show is Mrs. Clare Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp was for little Marie Brown, Cou 0,11..Vtlbounw AM 2 4 J7SAVE '
the Trada\ Winds Hotel in Mel- -* I .- i- ( Photo). I- for ma 11 inf. Full stock at Star- four year old son of Mr. and 'I." EAST ROBMSOM"" ORLAN) ""

bourne. She said that it is par. able I t ta ;\1\1end., either:. {!'' these present included Mrs. Charles

ticularly Important for officers, planning sessions{ contact Mrs. Bat s, Mrs. Beddmgfield Mrs.
chairmen and area representatives Bfddingflcld or Mrs Talley
to attend. William Clark, Mrs. Jetton, Mrs. Cannon's
be made Reservationsmust Mrs. Curtis Wherry reported James Lantz, !\Mrs Thomas Look. .
with Mrs. Jetton
1 by: Monday that the Parliamentary Law cbaugh, Mrs. George Philyaw. N
February 24
workshop will be held April 25, Mrs Rhodes, Mrs Rose, Mrs. '
Mrs. S. T
Beddingfield announced rather than April 11, as previously : '
Ned Rust, Mrs. Truman Scar Tasty-Bake Bakery
: a meeting to be heldat V "
her home 2748 South Street plAnned. The change has been borough Mrs. BCD Storey Mrs.
made for the convenience of the Talley, Mrs Treadway, and Mrs.
February 20, 8 for t Where Your Dollar
p.m., the pur- pailiamentarian who will conduct Wherry. 1101 South Washington Tltusvlll (
pose of planning study groups the workshop.
pertaining to the implementationtopic The next meeting: will be held Works Harder .
Mrs. Sylvester Rose announced OVEN FRESH DAILY!
"Bridging the Gap between
March 17
the
final plans for sponsorship at home of Mrs. j and
Grows
Science and the Layman." The Bigger!
second meeting/ of this planning of the landscape school, to begin I We Carry Over 100 Different Items Dally e )0t I
March 10, and to last six consecutive WHISPERING HILLS .
Croup will be Feb. 26 10 a.m. at
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1422 Sun Terrace. It is requested Guests attending the meeting CATERS TO BANQUETSOF NO I I I
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that members interested in were Mrs Elizabeth Carney and ALL KINDS All North! Brtvard 3 Times Weekly '4"0 HIGHERRATE
these study groups who are un- Mrs. Mary Smith. Members WAIT

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February 24, W4 TtTuivnt (FtorMi J Star. AeVttafr -Piet.SI Karberg, Nanrell Moore, Irene dhn: River City Little League: Little League AtntlllaryTlio

-. -- ---- Ilerrell, Coey! Page, Eunice says lie has received several inqnlries \ Mothers( Auxilmry of the contest anJ! :frl, Perry Ciln

Thomas, Julia McLood, Mildred about managing! or urn Indian River City Little League: Those entering: the contest inThe club feels it has an out-

j Cochrane and Anita Smith. The piring during the ensuing season. met last Thursday evening at the elude the club's president Mrs, standing, P' net ,of( judge: They In.

program at this workshop was lie Is accepting applications for home of its president Mrs Shir James Plumb, Mrs Nick TII'jlol! I'h'rlrII'1 lIf1rnf'r llfldler who

'Lin ng Skirts and problems in managers and umpires for all\ I Icy Hlckcr 295 Byron Avenue' jac Mrs llarol I (dm Mr*, fcr horI! I In' 'i: Arts degree

finishing them," three divisions !senior, major or for their regular monthly meet I ry Medskcr. :Mrs limi Miuhcll! See I I.R.C 'EW3 On Pag. 5
Or Thursday the final workshop minor league teams. He urge: !I Ins -- ----- -- ----

.. w R .rr in the series was held with tint competent applicants contact Present were Mrs \srn- Step I : -

MM Muriel Graham in charge him as anon as possible no that t liens, Mrs Margaret&: Minum, rsEEitHE ;

Only (foul showed up as student an icequate: setup of teams and Mrs Sally Martin, Mrs, Man: !

i for this! last session Lillian Kar- official can be worked out neriti Morton Mrs, :Margie

a r s, brig. Loley Page Eunice Thomas Walker, and Mrs. Frieda Young!: --

4llrt .- and Anita Smith Former Pastor A numlur of little League: tin!I.
Rex L L Darnhill, former forms!! requiring renovation and I -- ----- >>'
A total of 8 workshops was ( ..
i- 4 t t hid m this series of Tailoring pastor of the First Missionary repair had been handed to the .. .
YI
1 Baptist Church of (this y
s 1 e programs and on the average city stopped auxiliary! and I three wrie distributed "
.d pr rt 1 by a little while this weekto among the members for
11F ; r they were well attended, A note-
w t \Uit with friends while his
on
I. the work to be done
fact is that Mrs necessary on
worthy ColeyPage
-. .. -. ...;..... _D.. : .J. _, .. ... of Satellite Beach and Mrs. way to Miami Rev Darnhill and them U was voted to sell hot 1964 HILLMAN SUPER MINX
family are now living! !: in Kayctto (dogs at tho concession stand in
FAMILY GET-TOGETHER per holding grandson Mike, Mr. Harper, Julie MiLcod of Cocoa attended stile N.C. the!: forthcoming njson STATION WAGON..THE ONLY

a bit of Florida sunshine, after a liar.'T Margie Frank Raymond Frank Glenna almost all of these programs

Pennsylvania snow the Adam Halloran, Darrell Portz and son, Steve Cub Scout Pack 310 News ;Mrs\ Margaret Marcum was I ECONOMY IMPORT WITH U.S.
apHintedajs and Means Com
H, O. Planning |
lax. Left to right, Pat Portz, Mrs Meeting Cub Scout Pack 310 will hold mitten chairman and Mrs. Margie I ,
The Brevard County Council of ( annual Blue and Gold AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION !
tltji banquet Walker UI'InI I
wan appointed>
Indian River City South Tirusville Happenings' home Demonstration Clubs of "t Wednesday, February 2Tth,
borshii chairman. The next
ropular Spaciousness, economy, European styling British
\
which :Mrs Mary Slaby of this tat'
11:30: p.m. in the Elks Hall nn meeting of this auxiliary will I and .
craftsmanship fully automatic U S tram-
is held!
I community president a t'.S. No 1 1. Titusulli. Pack :lID b- held in Mann: mission' No other compact wagon offers you 10
First Time Visitors To Florida planning meeting at the Agricultural / 'is sponsored by the Benevolent much. See it soon!

Center. Cocoa, I last Fri. Protective' Order of Elk! and itcis To Ark i
day Attending from Indian River their .
through !!
generous co operction HOlLAND MOVGRS
,..... -- City were Mrs, Slaby, Mrs. Muriel that the Hall was made Ralph Morris of 473 Abbott
First Tim. Visitors
Avenue, lift \listVcJnesday(
Graham and Mrs. Lillian Kar
:available\ for this occasion 1233 Hop'tlnt! Titusvllle -- 2 6404
First Florida
time visitors to
i berg night( for Little Rock Ark to
from hat ts urg. Pa.. are Mr The Banquet is an open house visit with relatives' and frUndi OVERSEAS DELIVERY ARRANGED -
Seven of Brevard! County t ton I
anti Mrs. Adam Harper. parentsof for Cub Scouts and their families for a few days, He plans t tC> return .
Glenna alloren, and Margie Home Demonstration Clubs wire they will be celebrating the 54th home, next Tucsdav,

and Raymond Frank sister and 1 te k,'+afe' Tr1C represented at this meeting. They. anniversary of the Boy Scouts of

brother-In.law of Glenna ? ? all planneJ the program for 1904 America As a part of the pro. Fashion Sewing Contest I COCOA DIRECTORY
1083 The Councils ends on
year J
members will be inhotft
gram: new
Mr Htrpei is retired from the June 30th The program for the ( and achievement' awards Selection IIi fabui s and,I (pat:

Pennsylvania Railroad where he new year will be set up by monthly earned! by the Cuh Smuts will he terns have. been made and the
spent many years as a machinist t meetings of the Council on sewing/ machines!! have been slicking (,, j
picsentcd Twelve new Clubs and I I Piano Organs Guitars Acceisorltt
These folk plan on spending a !: away by six' member of the
dates to be specified, together I
Ho [) Mothers will he welcom J Jcd
month with Tommy and Glenna with the pertinent program for into the pack. Indian lilvrrtity Woman's Club HI.Fta -, Gibson
,
Halloran and hope to catch some such meetings. and the names of f who are entering!: the seventh an- ) Sttrti Banda
Florida fish, They are unnni hostesses and/or speakers This This traditional family dinner ] nual fashion tewing contest 9 RecordsMUSICSHO .

mous In saying i tl: is wonderful) to program for 1985 will finally be will take the place of the usual i Sponsored statewide hy the t Players -."- ." '- Instruments

be in our Florida sunshine be assembled In hook form and distnbuted park !meeting program( Visiting Florida l Federation\ nf Worn enslubs Expert Repairs on All Band Instruments

cause there was plenty of mow to all members speakers: and,I dignitaries: will ho, <' the local inrlcvl( 1 will he SI S. Altantle Phon SU 37731 Cocoa Such

In Harrisburg when they left. I lames Patton, Field'" Executive; staged: at Hoik.Linilsey, nn Wl'd.nl'sdllY --
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I. !Mrs Frank Francher Institutional afternoon Mart ---- - --iO-3ILI:: -
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Frank owns l and operates a Know Your Sewing MachineMrs AUTO SALES A SERVICE
Representative! and (01 and' \ :2 p.m according, to Mrs Joseph 1-- _
service station in HarrIsburg, so M Mary\ Iturns and I Mrs Mrs W II, noslwfr Draper Kennedy chairman of the 1 I NOVA TRAILER SALES
he and Margie will have to Icav s Mary\[ Slaby, both of this com I :------ .- 11 HUNTER 21 Different Hnor Plans

our warm sun and get back to Mr, and Mrs Raymond Bryk and Son, John Paul nullity, attended a 4 II Clothing ,I -----1 LINCOLN, MERCURY, INC. To (hmtse From

the snow and business Theyare leaders training program last j Lincoln Continental Lincoln f'AOMfiIAIf. "iAcicwnnnKlriiNA _

going to Miami for a short hrlp him celebrate, is home from the hospital and Tuesday and Thursday sponsored j t tly SCt1001. .opF Sales. Part Service I>IT| |MI1VT VOMFTTI: : TITAN -

visit and then will bring Mr. and and presented by personnel of \ Ea.a: Trrnin, I rri Ililltrrjr nor t'p,
Mrs. Harper back to the Ual.lorms' The table was centered with a gaining: slowly the Singer Sewing Machine Company sIECTRO r' ?' Good Used Cars 1 Ml N ..( ("" ".. I M, N\ *. 1
large 3.tier cake go>'iy decor The patriotic program of the 1445 W. King Cocoa 636.2382 T.1. K: l-""ll J
: to spend a month. of the Pine Hills Plaza in --...-- '-- -
ed Place setting were assorted evening, arranged by the lecturer AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
The Harpers have another Orlando The program was en
toys under miniature umbrellas, Helen Rowe was in honor of !
daughter who lives in Cocoa titled "Know Your Sowing;
plus hats and balloons. Mrs. t the! birthdays of George Wash Machnp PURE AUTOMATIC .. I
with her husband and two child. its Adjustment and I
Frances LaLonde and Mrs. Gen Ingten and Abraham Lincoln Care", TRANSMISSION CO. I'I '
rcn They are Pat and Darrell
clda H.drick assisted LoU Brjk Assorted sandwiches, cake and COMPLETE AUTOMATIC .
rants and their two small sons, Personnel of Singer Company ,.
TRANSMISSION SERVICEOn
Is serving dinner cake and ice. coffee were served by the com 1
Mike and Steve. The Halloran demonstrated the care, mamten All MakesFINANCING I -
cream to the children and their rr id.ee and a rocial hour followed. o00
live at 37 Seminole Ave. ance and operation of the sewing vt
fathers machine. and particularly its adjustment All Work Guaranteed!
Highlight of the evening was Special Thanks for various weights, 211 Forest Ave., Cocoa, 634.W44 I HONDA MOTORCYCLESHAM'S
Orbit
Baby the dancing by the youngsters to Personnel of the Central Bap textures and thickness of fabric wr.ue 4aynduw BICYCLE SCOOTERS CYCLE CENTERSNO
John Paul old N, MON DOWN :3 to
Bryk, twoyeai Dzion Urodzm (Happy Birthday yrs. pay
list Church wish to say a special The program was very instruct ----- ,
Ml id.I C oItnii
son of Mr. and:! Mrs. Raymond Johnny) Polka by Li'l 1 Wally. The 'thank-you' to Penny Kieffer, Ice enlightening: and Interesting, 0 L.mbreth Scooters llnln"-.IT l-1.,< On lit.

Brjk of 120 Seminole Ave, party ended when the Sandmanput wife of Dan Kieffer for the hard Schwlnn Bicycle MAGNOLIA. PL&ZA, TITUSVILLI,
,
celebrated Ills: second birthdaylast some very tired chlldicn to wo k and effort she put into the Manages and Umpires"Tom n tit New end Used NnnU Nalna Tw.I'I'.irl' ,. ''I I ins>i l oiuarlta ainfc...t"<
Thursday, February 20, bed 1: r Sales and Service --- --- -
Walker
Sweetheart Banquet held at the president of In-
John's claim to fame is the fact Church last -j- Repairs en All Makes MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
,
Saturday night ---
that exactly two years ago on Grange No. 181 February 15. Penny was in I' I Wyart't Enttrprltet, Inc. 4

February 20, 1963, John Glenn The Indian River Grange No charge of the kitchen for the preparation "READY FOROCCUPANCY" : I Not te Cocoa High School 632.0600 Gibson Guitars., FnJers Drums, Or Banjos.tich, Martin., Etc.

was the first American to orbit 181 met at\ the Civic Center, last of the delicious meal ; It may be wiser to Invettlgate the beautiful new TV sets et our EQUIPMENT Sllngerland, Rogers, Kay.
this old Earth of ours, and be. Thursday evening with Master which was served by she and its,., than to be continually taking your worn out set to the I CONSTRUCTION Mammoth Stock of Snort Mush

live it 01 not, young John was William Rowe in the chair. The others. Old Dixie Highway I repilr!>> oepartmant. Ak". about prices en new models tcday.SEREO : CANAVERAL EQUIPMENT GOULD MUSIC CO.

born while John Glenn was circl new bylaws framed for this organization near Westwood Villas & SUPPLY Inc. 10' King St, Cocoa, U6.t2'J
ing round the Earth.
were read for the Tailoring Workshop 3 Bedroom Houses, ---- --
It beire John's birthday on third time and approved. Various Last Tuesday another tailoring 1 & 2 Baths Full Tile STORE Ranfal Sales Service OFFICE SUPPLIES"I ___

Thursday: that: afternoon at 3:00: projects for the year were workshop was held fn the Com Central Heat Scaffolding!
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Mt ri CoMrotilNTt fe6 "HO I T orncrmi
neconot j tii$ .
three
small
in in the
p guests dlscusredMM .
munity Room of the Citizens FHA or u'vrv* cot .
persons of Michael LaLonde Enid Peterson who has Bank in Titusville with Mrs Conventional Financing I 4CY1 SAIEC-SERVICE Merrltt Island, Ph. *3f.JWJ-- w<<,,,,.0.11., *

Sherri LaLonde and Larry Ired, been ill,.was reported to be much Muriel Graham in charge as Initrtic'or I rHONI 2 Mt2 riHTtE rt/ZA TlTUSVIlU E ELECTRONIC TRAINING Thorn!in* 45)7.55.1)5W.
rick arrived at John's home to Improved Mrs Leona Wallace Students were Lillian Phone 267-5437 or 267.1477 hove a mlrirniu, In TlluivllleUrao
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Missile Stamp Club Sets Annual Exhibition Vets May Make T Medicine Can Be Poisonous urges' : S I
Hits Civil Defense Reporl GivenIn 1)) Store all medicines( l in link'
County Building Extra
The Missile Stamp Club of Eau, tend Tree! sturrps, will be given' 12 Get( ChartersTwelve Payments Accidental poisonings from )years' of age "were' caused by (cil,I cabinet\ :,

Gallie will hold its third an. to all (children( who attend. a report to the Board of .assigned' to the county. with a Veterans with, Gl loans) nay medicines left about the home medicines, and over 40 percentof \ 2)) Never;; \' say to a child t tl1.l1>> it

nual postage: stamp exhibition on [Hours of exhibition are noon County Commissioners() () !, on activities total.. value.: of Si million. make extra payments to theirrtK'itgiige occur all too frequently," says these' 1' were from aspirin.. Approximately medicine' :' Is 'cundy"' it stay

March' 21 and 22.. at the Eau Gal to 10 O 00() p.m.. on Saturday, Morch holders at time 70 percent of' the lead the. child to) take. an oVl'I1loseat &'
of the Brevard County De utilities and automobiles any) or Oi, T Paul lljnev or tne lire-
conditioning
$$738,630 Last Week he Civic Center, 857 Highland: 21 and nnon 10 6 6:00:()() p p.m. on Sunday $$1 Million BrdgcConstruction Brc\ard\ fIrms* were they may pay off then entire yard Health Department' (' 'As deaths' '. among these unsuspecting, the first (oppo' it unity;,
fi Units : Director the week\ .
rise ly
: rcccn chartered during past
Avenue March h 22.COlI'mittee ( \ diildren were caused by helping '
Will loans "without, any penalty pirin .and .sedatIves are among 3)) Try to avoid\ taking ntecU((

the On display will be postage meinis: 'rs for th1s l'* MM LouUe Gibbons revealed March 4 with the Issuance of corporation Secret Six of the firms listed Eau charge. the.. drugs that can be dangerous themselves. to aspirin .and aspirin tlno", In the presence (of f children'
County building permits category the office of
__________ that \the county ranked third In Begin By papers from tike medicines left within they love.) to Imitate and pla>'
past week hit an overall\ total of Paul Justice, Box 108J. Titus ,t'amps': from the' lections' ( of (event' are James Kane: and EC-: ) ary of State Tom AdamsThere Ca'lie'! a iii* their address, three arc The minimum extra)" paymenta ,and too often' fatal, especially" if their' reach,
with yUle, was issued three permits the club members(' The United ward! Hi'ckcr, Chairmen;, Robeit the, state.. :?' in civil defense adult Construction of a $$989,794! four real estate in Cocoa, and one each In Titus. veteran may make on 111&& GI left' within the reach of small doctor!) and nurse;,
$J738 630: residential and were
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commercial totaling $$34.8iX')) fur homes in States Post Office )Department) Whitney, cachet chairman\ ;, education .surpassed only by bridge on State Road 401 over firms chartered three construct \\illc' Melbourne and Cocoa home loan is the amount' "ot>t one Lh.ldrtn. ,"' be commented todav. ,During the, first 10 months of of 4)) Remove' () unused meelu\ '( inc'
permits running neck individual Dale, and Palm Beach Counties which aware Jkist t year moie than 15,000, re- (from cabinets and flush! them'
Wcstwood Manor. The and the Switzerland Philatelic Ralph Ycirio and Fied Ilopwooo&, the Barge Canal west of Port each engagedIn monthly(' payment or $$100. Many people are not
and neck" for top honors!, permits were' for $$11.3UO, $$11,200,:\ Department) will furnish\ excel publicity; : Mrs Taivana Ric't' 'The report also revealed: ion firms.' and ,one accounting,, .air Beach(!:!c h. ever' is: less. Col>I.. W. H BooboO that commonly used medicines (quests for help with p poisonings< (iluwn)\\ n the' !toilet( whore thci)\ ,'ui& '

Eight commercial p permits<<' ad]J. and $$12000, lent displays end MM... Francis White, host.ity. t. Canaveral is scheduled to begin: engineering! The firm in North Brevard Veterans! Service' <' Officir r toE Ore uch as a aspirin can be poisonous (\were\' received' by one Poison tint bo i cached: by (others' ".
I The courthouse! has !been! stocked the State Road Department .
by March 4 4. Control Center alone. "Centers'
cd up to $$328,790, while 30 O new One commercial: permit was \Mild' County, pointed outSliouM \uhon\ < swallowed in excessive\' a- I 5)!) Use drugs s only tic' Hi,' i I'l"> "
,
homes permits accounted for also:. I sued for North) I''.'"evard, The Post Office )Departmentwill ) ,'to, with fallout sheller .suppliesand has announced. pioich' roads and electrically- \was\ Masonry, Inc., Box 232, Ti- the veteran latei be- mounts. especially by children.. such as this ate performing a son for whom they< y ver( pre?

$$366,700, of the total The remaining That was! a $$104)0. )() one going: to establish an Exhibition Station The club meets on the first>t and the building maiked.k Road) board member A.. Max operated double-leaf spans. tusvlllo.!, authorized stock 100 come hard pressed for monev The facts are that figures collect. great ,nrvice' \ but the best Is preiVentlon cribed.' :

$$43,140, was reflected in A<'osta:. Groves Inc., Box 158.. and will cancel all mail from third! Tuesday of every mortfh h hAt Two !Tore civil defense crrergetuy Brewer of Titusville said the 314- \Wiley' N.. Jackson Company of shares of common at $$5 S per share he added, the e\tra, payments already MOTHERS RECEIVE PINS Mrs Elly Gilbert, president ed from 243 Poison Control Cen. ," Dr. T, Paul Haney emphasizes 6)) 'When medicines tin. still 111< 1,1 1,1TcZ-TcZ

miscellaneous permits such as Mims.. for a tractor shed ani I shop this station with a Special Exhibition t the First Na:lonal Banku4>f hospitals are being sent to foot dual bridge span stretches Roanokf. Va. has been a\A\'aided filed Feb. 17, dealing in construction made may if the lender of VFW F %V. Auxiliary No 4223 congratulates Mrs. ters and Issued by the U. S. Public ,p h use always return them tu tht

alterations, addition' '. utility on [Brocket! Road Williams. DCvclopmcnt !' Postmark' Eau Gallic on Cypress Avenue at the county one fur Noith Ere- over the Barge Canal in the Bin- the contract :and must complete Incoporators are Ben Tyler' agrees be applied to regular Emma Robberson, let! and Mrs Jackie Palser shortly Health Service this )year show To help avoid poisoning ac cabinet -- never\' leave\ (tru is,"ittfl i ,

rooms, etc.heading \ Co., Inc.. (Edward W.White The admission Is free and the! 7uO:;; p.m. All stan-p collectors' vard and the other for the island! .ana River\ in Brevard County. work on the bridges. by April 1 1.I 1I9G5 1.. \\Voodrow Whidden and Mare,L payments in order to preventthe artci presenting them five year' pins at the recent Gold that more than. 50 percent of Mdents the National ClearingHouse a shelf. futniturt or oth.r.' ptac' ''tJS7 ,

the Nutli. Brevarl: \\ ), Orlando, was listed as the publc: is cordially invited to at. are welcome to these tneetinus' urea 'Ibis makes a total of (four Work includes bridge op I Tyler of Titusville loan from going, into default hi,u Mothers annual luncheon -Carlson( Photo). poisonings!! in children under S for Poison' Control Centers where a child maa\ .a:"t'i' hail,, <1 ,>)1 i
share of the week's' activities builder. ---- --- -- -------- ----- ---- -- -- -- --- ----- -- TRAVEL DIRECTOR SPEAKS Miss<, Carol, Lane, \\Vo-
through Wednesday were six" per I A !tingle residential' permit was I nit'tis\( travel\ director lor :aneii:: uu uompjnv: cnats with

mits totalling $$56,400, issued!! \ to issued to Mack M. Day, General Mis\ James. D.. Brown, left, president of St. Teresa'a'. Catholic -

Cay Construction' Co., Box 4 4')8.') Delivery, !Mims, for( $$8SH,: ( ) for a I Shop Oelk-Lindsey( in Titusvifle Shopping Center 10 AM to 9 PM Dial AM 7-1511 Shop Dclk-Lindsev in Titusville Shopping Center 10 ''AM to 9 PM Dial AM 7-1511 Woman's' Club and Mrs.. John Moqum\ program

Indian River City. (for hoincx. in home American Heritage Homes. BELK L1NDSEY S END jt\j\ OFT THE MONTH than; "man. Miss Lane was guest speaker, at C.W.C. regular I Itin
St. John. These(. were for permits r <'a I2fl( '1 litisvillc' \' will build I mtfting. Tuesday offering helpful tips on traveling,

I in the $$8,900, $$9,ooo anJ! $$11 '100 fur him. ((\iilson\ Photo).


Mothers D ndse SALE SALE '11.i (o\on'\ -by-- climbing:. In 7)) If you suspect that a (chili:

Increase In I Teen-Age ''m" .', fid pi runt' of children. unha: .twallot'<"l a (possibly II poison<.

. STARTSTUESDAY,10A.M. I STARTS tie i .ri' \stunt' ', of age, poisoned' by out mid(' nine.' &' (isll' a doctor mi-

Makes Mere Health Problems FURNITURE 'CLOSEOUT' iiiidKintA, ,''' '' antI nported tl to) the mulhulj' )'. Dun't wait fur ffcn; : *

Nuii II,mill 1 rii-uiln' "j House fin of .ticknoM, to uppojr It (WightI'olsun

(Control' the medicine* b bi('' too) l Uti
and babies are be- food, mPlit. or fish, vcfjUaMi) (::, '
,
More moie A.SOFAS TUESDAY 10 A.Lounge A.M. had not been returned' to their And I uiiumh-r' prevention IS

ing boi n t to) teen nsed mothers IIId;d fruits are missing. I prnpoi"' place( ;, the best cure
and the State. Board: of Health

said today this Is Increasing. :: '"Bad food". habits Include skipping _____________ ______ ______________________ _______________________ Ii
health problems!! for the young, { "!: breakfast, tl'lng>' diet fads,

that Survey the' teen after.a per( survey is one of shows the (In and chocp iric() :;ulir stuikj. meals of ,pourer Girls t seem food' < f AND SECTIONALS "I Sofa Bcds-$ We've Moved All Our' Furniture From TheCompletely Orlando Store To Our Chairs & Rockers I il/I /Indian River City News I

rxiore", t.fe'd' members of the family DINETTES _________________
Girls' diets often !
value than
and this is especially true! of bojs.' : Lamps Titusville Location And We Are Over-Stocked! WeThis I 11 '.,nntiniipil,.,..-......__ _From. _m I_Pace'__- _3).) clothes. ssssfl
have\' less protein, calcium,
"" .
,
the girl, said Mary Dr Ice Deavcr According; to (George: Drown
director: r of the board s Divi- phnsphoiiis, iron and riboflavin. 3-Piece Sectional Sofa Pure Foam Reversible 59.95 Chair, covered in biege Fabric and from Urevard. Junior College anti manager' of Hi'Ik.I.Indncy! first

J son of Nutrition, The older: the teen agcr: the poorer Cushions and Foam Tuffed Back. HideAWay Have Reduced All Our Merchandise:;! To Sell Week Some Plastic who designs.: and fashions her l>Uee' winner will/ be refunded, full
________ r own wardrobe, including! hats.
the diet .seems! to be, Bed (lose I Out 0 1 34.00 34 00 (tost' of tier costume provided
at t
"In 1962 there were 20,927, Regular Arms . . u a Also!! included'( on the panel' are fabric aol,I pattern were purchastd .

births to teen.agers in Florida "Very> few teen-agers appear to $$289.95. .. . Belks B e Ik s Price 249.95.95 ______ I Items Over $$150:0: [L:Off Regular I Price .! Mrs\ Mary C C. Burns,, known at Be'Iks. Second place winner

IB per cent of all births in the be! aware of the importance: of 5-PcDinettc3O"x42". ____________________________ county' -wide-- for her activity In will be refunded- one half tho
state gtod nutrition, thinking that I If: home
"There Is a vast difference they feel' all right no harm 1 II 3-Piece Regular 1 199.95. High _____________________________ __________________________ __________________________ _____________________________ Inlay top with 4 mat K Kroehler Occasional' I and d S Swivel. I Chairs. taught .several tailoring courses The contest:. will be open to tho
American Sectional Sofa
done To get them to under Early ching plastic covered and Mrs Jack "Freed, who has a public and any interested women

-between and what whit one a should teenager' eat.eats. In stiind'{ that to result what' in they better eat today is Pure foam Reversible Cushions, Foam quality Sofa Bed Suite. I Dining Room Suites I I Bedroom Suites. J''I 'I MISC.. ITEMS I I BEDDING SPECIALS I. chairs Choice of Color and Fabric, I wardrobe. of- -custom--- -made- in Regional the: area i are jlldiinll< invite will,) to be atttrnd(hcltl' 1

many cases, parents I set t a bad health going few later or worse is a Bottom and Back. with Foam Construction ___________________________ S Special I F For JHill MUM, t. <05. H S tl I.E: at the Cape Colony on March II..
a years ..
exampb. The poorlyfed teen. I ,, .
difficult task!! requiring combined' Regular covered in High ) . . Moth S Hnul'x ,,I. l Lu.'re.utforp'iuaurs hrrrby>...'r given, puriimntlo ,' .,. and, winners from 35 clubs
who becomes' pregnant is Reduced to .
ager: 1988 I .
likely to remain badly nourished efforts. of home, school and com 299.95 . Close-oul(I Price 239.9S., Din4Pc. White French Prov Full Full Box all This Sale. . . a I ilmml,i In. rhruiiry I''hmurry. ,'.'. :Jlil(..',...IM4.\ No..nrl:rUM rntornl ( of throughout four counties will
Quality Nauga Hyde. Bassett-Aragon Walnut 7-pc. ., Mapla. 7 Drawer Knee size Springs mis-mat-
of minify\: .". 59.95 95 ___________________________________ Ihr ('Irriill.. end this lends: to her lack Hole Desk . ched. Values 59.95 Juillilnl. ,' .. I Circuit' In mil,, fur... llrovanl.. ..., District No. 6 contest. District
ability to meet family problems, Specially Priced ing Room Set. Regular 170.00.. to (nuniy, Horl.U' ... ..h".ln>... WEST
Size Bedroom Suite. A winner' will be* eligible' for state
Terr, \ ANI) :
) 29.95 95 kll'l-lKHI-: :MAI.> ; (. I HAVINI1M;
real or fancied. She is. one of 4-Piece Sectional Sofa Pure Foam Reversible Close out at Close Out 89.95 High Back Early American Chair LOAN, AHrtoi IAriurs) i. ruimitf' competition' which "will, \ he held in
.
Baker 2-Picce .n",, IIA/M./ : M I.. A11KINM, a willow' ,
ServingOn 139.50 CQ 19.95 19 95 Io24.95 I to 24 95
the least successful( mothers in i Cushions covered in quality blue- rific buy at / 60"' ;Width 'Walnut Mica l Top Ift OC Price . 0 Pure Foam Rubber .nil., Ji''sEI'sI. : MAdl t'i IKK I'': anil. Ei.I': /; Apfil at the !state convention.
and back. Covered
producing a full term baby, 169.95 : : : ; ____________________ seat AltKTII MAUL I IKK, hl. wife', are "
fcesk lIh
Suite . .. .. .. ... reg. 89.95, Close Out DifcniUnU',:' .: I: will\:: to th* hl h
"A' .survey in erne metropolitan gray Cover, one t .anil. b b..t l blililnr, Cur.. vanS h .t t Ih. Youth Rally. ,55
Florida recently showed a EvergladesGeorge 8 A Areal buy at 169.88 Twin Size Only, Mattress and BoxSpring T"wewFabric Terrific At 64.95 lri.nl. du.,.r .of.f th..*. llrvvird. S (County' .
area Jlis.)
Reg.. moo. Buy ('.,,,irtiono, ,, .. In TUuevlll. iirevertC. fie East Cemrrd Florida "
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clear (food o'elu.k
rclationnhip1between t.. 1 159.95 45"" While Mica Knee Hole Desk, ,7- S sets.. Famous brand names, C."it"Iy 'I..ltl..t' II:itO sionary Hjptlst Youth Rally met
..
.
_________ Bassett-Prov. Cherry 7-Pc. Dining 5-Pc. Extension Din. A M. on Ihe tiltS d.iuv ul MoreS ,
,
habits and levels of accomplishment ....,. I '
in physical fitness tents E.:. Baker, 'seaman. .' .. .n( Drawer with Matching Cht'r.' 69 69.95 High quality, reg.. 11900., _. -in r __________________________________ srty 1514.:. :15.. nI..futliuwing t .toilS In ttueriit'et ulil',:. ,:I i S'tssi' .trni.I..,: last. Friday night, "with' llkoVVaithinKtofi
USV:- of Mr. and Mis Cheser Johnson 90" Traditionaf Room Set with host chair.. Regular 99.95 Sale Price ette Table .. ( Missionary Baptist- !>t
cmo/ig/ high h school() students: son Carper Sofa ________________ 3-Pc.. Honeybee Maple Bedpeg. While they last, set for7i7J/ Inlay top, II.",I.e...I lo-wlt C, mock' rr.. BhrrwooilI'urk ... Church in Etsu E Gal/ie./ A progruin .
R Bitkcr of 900 North Wash
These with good( diets were Ington( Ave.. 'Titusville, is serving Pure Foam T-Cushions. 259.95.. Reduced for this sale with 4 matching plas-- Plastic Covered Occasional Chairs :tho'".:, |,ill Section. lh ruf"U oo" .:morilnii tounllni: ., I..:,:,:,' In to : was presented'(! by tho host: t t

superior almost t wihout exct'ptiont"Body "I'UI' .. Hook...,.. M:/, .CMg... IU.. piiblla'....
aboard the tender Regular at t with Twin or full size quilted Mattress ..,...... .. church on "Am I my brother
destroyer room set formica topdoU36" two door cabinet, white tic covered chairs Tourquoise or Coral rou- rule of llrcvard COII..I)' "lurIcln '
development' is Import. 169.95 2-Piece 229.95 95 .. ""
USS Everglades' operating out A Beauty B I at a I 179.95 95 Regular and Box F Famous Brand .. Keeper' ? Sp'claI'mullc(' was
229.85 Springs. '
ant. during adolescence and hence ''of S. . y enamel, reg.. 49.95, A CurllK It lUrniMiILUCK .. 1MK'"/ CIIICl'IT"III'U'r given' by lehr<' l or f the Churches
this is time when good diet is Charleston C. ______________________ SOFA BED ble Dresser full' ; 29 o 95 Names. TerrificBuy :' eilr '
a ___________________ mirror and CloseOut . / Special Price for Close J ( ( V. r rlly Hi|,.n"lirDrpuly ,-, present. The Junior) Choir of
most necessary.' Quantity of Everglades\' eI departed( Feb' B Bfe.r 1 14.9S the First t Church ol In-
food may be adequate( but often a tour of duty with the Sixth 2 2-Piece'' Living R Room Suite ( Suite In Foam Con- this sale.. Out At . . . At . . . . J '... Halt. ) )' Clrkue'uuru dian Itivtr.Baptist City\ presented, a
JQ 69.95 95 .
SofaCanhd stiuction' covered in Bassett 6 Dining Room Suite size panel bed.. Regular 129.90 Set for. 5.h. 24 I IVIiin. ) 11X14 .
some of the. essentials dairy "Fleet( in the Mediterranean area. pc. . . ---- --- number of choruses
matching C c chair) All in Pure Dec. Chest ,, ,,
30" Marble '"
Top '
Mil' Mlor: ( I'Tt."f/U'/ jl 141HX.IMItK
There' 4J: people (from the
is extension table Were
quality Beige Fabric. light mahogany, pIt< rilllM/ N > \IslE! !:
ions, covered d in two tone B Brown and d Tan, Sale PriceGroup :Cherry Fruit Twin Full Quilted Top Foam In compliant"', .. .with llouiw.. Hill
A LOVELIER YOU This is a quality. modern sUite. Reduced 4 C chairs h and d China' R Reg. 240.25. 89 89.95 I 95 Wood d . . . 59 59.95 95 Mattress or and d B Box S Springs. ,, a 39.95 95 99.95. High h B Back k S Swivel I R Rocker k P Pure licni'il of leTs t'Io..IoI".'',Chapter..'will. Ait.rvilntnr,,',,Numlwr uf,,',, IIMI,with' !.:tuWtt..th the,.J,utulnr-|Jiwi Llirk,.'.,....., a totHl' numbL-r/ -r of 228 attended
( Youth
Foam Rubber the A chmc.ni in
Reversible Cushion and
By Mary Sue Miller R Reduced d d t 0. . . of lh. Clriull, Court. In firnVani'" Kully
Regular To . 100.50 A Terrific ______________ .... Uihnrln. .,, Baptist
County HorliU upon r receipt of Monterey: was
________________ Foam
Close-Oul(I 0 I al 189.95 95 Back. of ,, of (hi. mitlu,.,. .
299.95. .. u Harvest Oak Dry Sink & Tray Buy at . . . 49.95 set Close Out at 79 79.95 the proof.. fnlliiwliii, ...imbllLMtlon. fit,'in ..,"moan,.. lowlt l cwnrdod the attendance banner
Close Out at . AH yoU 1,1 Kt It; IT: under for' having the Urgent
____________________ Extra Chairs to match . 16.95 representation
149.95 95 B By Link Taylor; r regular 159.95 wlili''h wi:.. or..ngag.,, l'tluaviti.:i In' .buxInuMt .. Hir!j,, 54. 'The' offeiing received

r8iri of odd night t tabled$, Y __________________________ 7-Pc.Dinette36"xGO" ___________________________ Ida,t ,IU and 2 M Ih.t l.rmon,,l the IIn..I.n.d...., il ... at thu r rally wiis. 2-Piece Living Room Suite (Sofa and matching 60" Buffet to match . 69.95 Close Out I th* only prrioni.. Inl.ro.l.d t a it In, Mill.....1 .
.
b".1 n" the Cocoa and. SCOtti moor Mukions '-
chair) All Foam Construction inTerrific choice of At . . 19.95 79 95 extensionDinettereg., Recliners Famous Brands in Plastic Oal..1. .t! Tllmvlll. riorlilu.,.. < (Ihl. .
___________________ : maple, walnut, oak, Unfinished FurnitureRegular ZUt ,liny. of I t'"b"., A U 1INI4 ,

Beige Cover.. ____________________________________ ular 10995. Mary. MmlthVrrn ,,. The next' Youth Rally will meet t
__________________________ or Fabric. Regular 129.95- I Ahu" I .
r ..
Reg, 219.95. Buy al a1159.95 Regular 109.95 Sleeper 7-Pc.. Walnut Dining Room Suite, cherry, over 20 assorted, these OVER 60 ODD TABLES end I -.Feb-. .-_94.''uM" 1 a.,. a V.. 1 I'* _Moo ) IJA4. with Baptist&the Church': Pine Grove In Christmas.Missionary

___________________________ with 52" width h China. tables, step, coffee, lamp, drum. Reduced . . While They .MUM I, (',, .lsb "fl: \ .Kll: ..IIIIIMMinhil ..''
Lounge In Foam t Hand d rubmust b 39.95Double blil will b b. received' by'
Reduced than in .
go. more some finished Cherry Maple the Himnl, ,,., i of>C (tnunty,. (''onml.ioelaat ..,' ,, \orii r: .or.. \rri, ...M( 'SIlOS

Regular 349.50, 86" Sofa with pure Mattress and Bolsters. bed finish, regular 324.70.. Close \Walnut, Mahogany f g: ;, and }Fruitwood, Dresser Base 24.95 Last . . . . . 89.95 Horlila t th. up Court to home IU...UU A..In M. ,Tllu.vlll.MarcIa'. IV,. Noll.,.. IUK I. 1'hereby.'"..\ lltt.lt. .given that,
1( choice in : f .. .
will 1 find '
your periods Voike Junior holder of tan e rtlfliatt -
out at . . . /2 Off you 69.95 iwil .,. ..
,
No. 177'
Foam Rubber reversible Seat and Back 239.95 95 and these must All Iliuilera .hull quote. nn on. (ill I) le.ue.l the 41 day or
CloseOut styles. go. Regular 1 26.95 ii outrun. .i..ity. .o opeiaieilAar. / , cushions. This Sofa Reduced as much as U.. In the (Ufflk, i>uf C the Mup.rvl.ur.'.. off I". and ha. nia.le, application
High Quality is aTerrific At. .. . ... .uf. 1I.I.Ualiun.> |l Tltunvlll In ..trimLcunlnni for:,' c tan.. .deml. t tll,, .be. .laaueil thereon..
5 Drawer (Chest 17.95 ., with. the falluwlnf.. .l"tIfkatlun ) I Said,,' certlfliKte... embrace.., Ihs follow.
Terrific I Off or more . 89.95 Modern Lounge Chair, In Foam Reversible ( .. .. II''.... da not quota on in Inl( ,Iuc.'b.d.' 'JI."I'', In ISa Cesoty
T .f' B At 149.00 00 .ubyl. yuan.. ..,'equal Item, of 11..01.''I Itlnh of )'lorlda. towltiant .
Buy At . Buy : Regular 21.95 Cushions, This is a beauty with t I. All blil.. In.. b b. on a delivered. i L..t......T.lliuuk,, (' 5 Sl'rl.'eilu .. .
79.95 95 Regular I r 219.95 Drew Cherry .ml. Ineulled bail, Ti>w lt of
Group of Odd Beds twin and A Terrific( :2 a.I. Khali h h... a capailly" "' of etiriI t lieleaulne' .. ., .. per.. plat.. book 3T a
Round extension Dining Room Set 3 Drawer D (Chest' 16.95Regular 16 7-Pc.. Early American .. tOSS' ttitrg ieh.e,, .. fur' .6" 5 ..".". .2
Reduced d .
? g . Price . . R e d lo 59.95.95 4 4" i.riU. .,) anti,' 6U6. ,filing .Inche.of '.., IK" 13 :a::J S n..M/35 R.:.

Early;: American Sofa with foam reversable ______________ with Duchsberry chairs... A real full size, panel and book ca"s|, Extension, Dine I e tte, 3 a.. Khali r f..m.. hav.. .Iii*'10, *wlil...Hoped'./bv' J a's front' ,, high,allowing -. .'II'" 'rube undi-r,. -i nient the> >..hl. of,corllfh'.l.I th ,aid t luued properly .!...
15.95$ .
cushions, and foam back. Buy at t . . . r I L LAMP A D BARGAINSTree t{ I chairs covered in Ear __________________________________ U,I floor' at level ieo.t,, t ami IK'.' of ampl font..' room kDe. 'wit.'"''0.. In I t'DIe.a' Ih.* name lelil.. tertlflcat.of. A. 10 K: ehall Mirger-.. b*
.. .
.
149.00 00. 3 Shelf If B Bookcase k 9 9.95 room. to allow operator... .. li .11. 'rile.med, aicorillng, to law.. 'Ohsprtperty
widcassortmentofqualityadi e ( ,deairlhed h I therein will I b
: . I In normal "poaltlon fating r.i. : *
:: ,:
1 Only Studio Lounge -- ly American Print, Boudoir Chairs Assorted colors and noiI So lbs hulheeI bliui.r:I ci ,lisa
189.95..Reduced. at 149.95 fh/M/ .. .... '
( i 4 t. "' hav a 'V deep wurk ihelf cnurthoueK dour' at l 11 DO clock
) Q9.Qz Built i in end d t table. Regular 10.SS .running,, full width.., of til,* with noon,, on) 'the final Moml.y In 'Ih*
., finish. take 12.95 !1"" dop' ...In.. by ID"" wlil, .1 month' of April. A t 0'>. tIlls: .which. lathe
choice, priced & Pole Lamps, reg.. regular 11995. Reduced styles in Satin Plastic. such.. end Top of work... .h.U .. .nib. iluy (of,f April.. A I 5)). 1U44.
Matching Chair'a. 2 Shelf Bookcase 6 6.95 shut oul', 'eee..,"t 3".. f.nm. Dated this* :21 day of' rb. A..D.IM4. .
.
SPRING REDUCING SERIES. "If I Il'al' dive', It to 79 95 I I While they last 19 19.95 95 lo 14 24,95 95 I floor to allow UM of .regularhxlght .. .
an goes: ( my B d 6 6.95 95
S Your
for Choice ... ..
hips.." miljdy An I It could be'! Regular . . e room UI es at a tremendous savings i . ...., ( chair, .Work. inilf 'lu b* Curtl.... ,,K llereeif'ierli .
says ( Regular 8.95 ( of f Circuit (
Some women' are prone tu weighty: hips.. although: they' arc not ______________________________ Close Out ______________________________________ _____________________ This s a eo.. _____ ______ __________ ______ _I I D.. Khull formlia.. bav lover.dI .. a mkriiawlUhtrolliiil .. con- ,irircult, ,,.llr.ver.l Court.. .4 County.treat, .") Florida Court

otherwise overweight In luih' instance' the At . 3 Shelf Corner Unit 5.95 .'.. safety.cubic.. 'running full . .
only solution is Ipot reducing low wiltS of f card ores wllh bull) )eb 21. )Mar. S a. t. H (IMon) 1W
Regular 199,95 84" French Sofa some as s as . .. -- ----
-- -
highly G fam- la acn.ltlvliy utljuotmenlan anil
exercise routines that Table
QC
redistribute 11.95 of Lamps .
!: flesh h and 12 JGfOup .
itrcncthcn;: .. ,. '" ,
., '
5 PC. Full lt.lrla' eel aafctv' dvltb IISlE: t ''Nt I IU (C'IM NT or) TI4HMNIII :
muscles.. Unless muscles are steely' they are unable to ,gIrd even styled and quality with 3 foam Size, Oak Bedroom,,? :' ""bus Values to Regular' 7.95 69.95 L Lounge Chair, Foam Seat and back, I of which", .hall I t 4IIHIMI/, I \ < 1111< 1 lir., '. .IHMI '"
s brand names.. 79.95 79 95 : t, rlreulta' I: : :'::I I Iuoa1 .5% tflN<> Tilt: I llt'MTY' or Hllt"KII. >:.>
modest) amounts/ (of if fatty tissue The' ifloct'({ Is much like that of 39.95 39 95 Suite 203.85. A terrific .Iuar.t .. ..
un Regular covered In rose .if.ty', When uctival.'t.. either. % \ > Mrirr\ or >r..Nu.I" > \
overstuffed .sofa. when its !springs' !:s have upruiiu:. Reversible _________________ r 1 1995.. Close cut at 2 Shelf Corner( Unit 4 4.50 Close( Out al 39.95 39 I .f.ty) ,dcvli' ,.. .hall In.lanily.. l < II "551< ItS< > 'I5. 11555AMi'.Itlt'AN '
sohcj A T Terrific.f' Buy B a al 139.95 95 Buy at 9 Beige Nylon s e I .top th. ,rotation of th. til.*.. lltVIVO SAVINOa
A hippy prob'em! is not Cushions. a' .
so easily however, when the overall 139.95 95 _____________ An *l cirln.. eva y circuit, alun' I.I I. HANK:- u Mew' York Maying' Slash
_____________ '
'"' I th It. i'lalatlff.0 C,
weight: is excessive! The 'e rmss"|> !: still have to be !tied up via exercise Regular 14.95Powder not. .ufflil.nl. to meet. ( r

> but the padding' al No, his, to be reduced not Just shifted ____________________ Walnut Double Dresser Base, ___________________________________ H. Selector qulr.m.nt.buttoaa of, thlt to blil b. f fmount.il flueS T1'n.l PI: .LIOTT, and. KLA.RA.UAYLR .
,
; Y : fcLLIOTT: 1
And know that of Desk Lamps Desk 9.95 9 In th center of tli ( bla> wife.!
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)you just means diet! Here's the full treatment: Assortment . . work. shelf. Dehnla., .,
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full size bedvarious styles sale day from receipt" of order County (Couytbss.sae''' In Tltuevllle. )
fruit; 1 plain dessert, not to exceed 10J calaries, Weekly 1 servmc prices /A\ All pictures and accessories, Regular 19.95 Drop Leaf 12 'overall'''''' aim. of unit,, 'In .b..*., i. Florida. .. 'th* 'follawlni .d des.erlb.u1 .< .

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P0 Tlftnrllle, ,,, (Funds' ) Star Ad f vat it* Monday, ...bru." 24, 164 Cooner PromotedAt with a Senior ROTC rrtt 1COUPON
Vels WarnedTo the'I,
under (tie Department of
Mims Area Happenings Gordon College Army Program j i 31 acct tr 4 ryas 6c4e84 1 aarg Sa"'

Beware Of Roger A. Cooner, ion of Mr'j
. and Mrs. Knot R. Conner.

Little League Support LaaainaBy Shelly Place Indian River City Dr. Robert B. HogueOptometrist
Shady Deals has been promoted to the rank of
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Cadet Private First Class in the I

Mrs Gladys McL.nJen all Jobs concerning the Little League 12 yrs for Little League Minor ROTC unit at Gordon Military\ '
AM 7.1248 Lets make it an unforgettable and !Major\ teams, and boys, ages C.11.! W. II Boshoff, Veterans College: I Announces the new

In talking to AI Davis concernIng season for our teams. If you 13 to 18 yrs. for the pony league. S" nice- Officer for Brevard Co Rank in the Cadet Corps at i location of his office

the little league of Mims, I cant call, Just be present at the. If you haven't signed tip, now Is Unty lays that the Division ol Cordon Is achieved by academic! ( InPIRTLE TUES & WED SPECIALS
next meeting, which will be announced the time to contact one of the .
.and ol the Individual
found that enthusiasm for our Yeti t, raM? Affairs, State of New military progress PLAZA
later. We hope to be ableto above mentioned men.Personals cadet.
boys was falling behind par. have District CommissionerTom York, recently issued an article Tlfusvill, Fit.Offlc COUPON Hg LI

This Is a wondcrtul chance to Henry of Cocoa as guest on *n:'ie shady dealt being pulled A junior college, with a prep Hours Ph.r.
get behind the boys of our comm speaker !Mr and Mrs. Lewis Del !Monte on veteran CI home owners, department, Gordon was founl, :00":00: : AM 7.115 WAX PAPERe
unity. The men are working WANTED BOYS-ages 8 yr. to had a most welcome visitor In \. blob he tech will be of interest i ed In 1852 and is an Honor School
trying to get a Charter so our their home this past week, Mrs. anti perhaps service to the many Reg. 2Se 100 Foot
boys will have a better chance of Myrtle Ashby, a retired: teacher this Roll of Famous .
Ol home owners in county 1
16C
doing bigger and better things in Mims VolunteerFire from Mar>'land. She 1 Is a cousin wa a ai Marcal. Cutter
pitying ball. This Is a good of Mrs. DelVontes: father and Veteran who are behind in Box
chance for our boys to learn fair brought just loads of family news the payments on their GI loam
and share times Limit I with CG.DOft Th. W.II. 2/a
play to winning
DepartmentDrive from home. arc warned to be very careful I
and losing times and how to be
before agreeing to any offers by
good sportsmen either way. Mrs. Oscar entered
Abernathy
strangers to make up their back
We can't t ask a few to do It all COUPON Sfi .u.. '
Mar. 914The Orange !Memorial\ Hcr-pital, in Orlando payments if the veteran will _'
So come on DADS, FRIENDS
for list Tuesday, "
surgery on the dotted line
MM; '
AND; UNCLES, lets contact Al Feb. 18th. 8 VIGORO FOODTReg. : I
Mims Volunteer Fire DC
Davis AM T.II814, Everett MannA
In sm( parts: of the country,
T4139 or W. S (Pappy) Aus partrrent will hold its annual Mlms Volunteer fire dtpart veterans who arc not familiar 79c 8 os. Box
tin AM 70349! Help is needed for drive between March 9 and 14, merit took two calls on Feb. 19th. with real estate transactions 1 Pelleted Vigoro 34an c 1t
from Titusville City limits nort! The first one was at 1 p.ni. onWlcy have: been "taken In" by shady I I I Food For Everything
to county line including Shiloh Are at the borne of Mary deals' usually called "milking or That Grows '
Glenn To Head and Haulover Canal. and Russell Allison, where a fire equity .klnn ng". Most\ of these i limit I with Couwn Thru, W.tf 2/2.
All\ proceeds from this drive destroyed most of the Inside of dealt usually arise when the
will go toward new equipment their house. The second fire at veteran is approached by' an un :i is
BJC( Math And and facilities which will assure 2:00: p.m. was at 230: V Shady kn:,vn person, who offers to pay COUPON
better lei vice, said Jay Johnston, Oaks Drive, at the home of Janet the delinquent installmcrts ii
chief Lawrence Parker, chairman and,I Arthur E Johnson Jr., wherea the veteran! will "sign on the r[(iEOPATRA
Science DivisionThe of the drive, announced that couch was on fire dotted! line: Later the veteran, +r BsoAPr

pamphlets and brochures on fire finds that he has signed a deed Reg. Z5c '
first meeting of the Bre prevention will be distributed to Party News and can get his property back I I 80, of F C
yard Junior College Advisory c\'eryC'nt. Mrs J. R. Kelly gave a party: only by signing another contractat I 1 famon 3 0 31 1 11
Committee on Technical Electronics for her piano student at her ,a much higher price REG. 1.50 at SPEC. 99c eopp.h. R
was hell at the junior S
home In Temple Heights, Feb.
college recently Parrish 21st George Fdlcston, acting In other cases, a housing development r- I limit' I with Co..ft Thru Will. 2/2.

The committee consisting: of Master of Ceremony, interviewedthe wil be visited to find! I
some of the most prominent in children over a home microphone out what veterans are having
dividuals In the area relating to Hospital ( and was a big hit with trouble meeting their GI pay COUPON jTSfiunETOILET
the field of electronics, met with them all. J'J'wnts. A veteran in trouble is
Dr. J. Bruce Wilson, presidentof A flay back of the recording then approached to sell his I TISSUE
Brevard Junior College; Ncl ActivityAdmissions made at their recital in Januarywas equity fur a small amount of t
son Donnell, director of tech. enjoyed very much, as cash plus the privilege of buying e
nlcal occupational education; each child listened to themselves another home in a lower cost Rtg 15e DO'.Jbl'1 0 For 64
and Lowell Ellis electronics Instructor and dismissals ot playing their pieces.A neighborhood on a land sales I Now! Ply ng I
at the college. Jess Pal rlah Memorial Hospital general play period followed contract. The veteran agrees Keep make-up perfectin Toilet Tissue

The committee consists of the fur February 20 and 21 were as while their hostess Mrs Kelly, to give possession on 60 days Limit, 10 with, CG.ltOft Thru. W.II. 2/21
following individuals: Ronald follows. served refreshments to Mrs. G. and "signs on the dotted line", problem areas'AIRSPUN'
Bartholomew Brevard Junior 20 Guise, !Mr and Mrs. George
February not knowing that he is signing a
College student; Joseph Bomadio Admitted: Titusvllle: Hattie L. Edleston and students, Janice deed to )his property. When the COUPONi:'
Test Technical Staff Support, Britt, Tony Vrana, Elizabeth J. Brewer, Andrea Boatwright 60 days are up, the veteran is aaal COT Yi i
Boeing; Sebastian D'Allio, Assoc. Kathy Mack, Debbie Brewer told that other houses : I
no are
CoflelJ, Marie
Clark, Wayne
Oswald, HAIR ROLLERS
Jimmy Timmy Brannan,
late Scientist, Chrysler Corporation i
Barnes, Elmira Hutcheson, and available, with the result that (
William Devlin, Advanced Billy Hopton, Gene Duff, Harriet
Leo R. Others: Ellen the veteran is put out of his '
Thompson; Beasley, Connie Barb I
J Project Engineer, Martin Company Lashley home. INSTANT Reg. 1 .00Assorted ,
: Robert Johnson. Head Surrcney Cocoa ara Hciviervin! ) Donna Kilgore, t ,
Technician Supervisor, RCA: D. Discharged: Titusvllle: Lela Paula Walker, Janice Walker, Boshoff warns veterans in Sin 33C

N. Lapp, Vice.President, Rad Tyler, Flora Kelley, Charles Gajle Kilgore, Joyce Kick, Kathy this county to consult their Veterans tort In arY BEAUTY Brush Rollers
lation, Inc.; Robert D. Llpeomb, Hobbs, and Paula DeCamp; Kelly, Jean Guise, Lisa Bice, !! I Lin.dr. I with, C.uae. Thru W.II. ap.u .
nand D Technician, Radiation, Others: Jay Lawhorn ;Mlms Pam Sharpe, Jan Price, Linda Service Officer or the : $
Inc.; B. B Nelson, Specialist Roubin Hanson and Hazel} Cluer, Jones, Libby Oswalt, four new Loan Guaranty Officer of the
Informational Services, General Indian River City.F.hruary. students Jackie, Tommy, and Veterans Administration in Jacksonville :: AIRSPUN' COUPON pzs .u.. "
Electric, R. E. Reynolds, Head 21 Jcannie Forrester and Terry before doing any( "signing u -

field Technician, Pan American; Admitted. Titusville: Edith ..Guise. on the dotted line." FACE POWDER e I LIGHTER L I E FLUID F : i e

and Frank Sorum, Manager of Rathburn, Jack Horton and Jim ;A" ___

Technical Training, RCA. my Snowden: Others: Ellen .. .;i;: (Free puff in every box) Big 19c Con of '
The committee discussed several Sweebe, Cocoa; Windy Achorn,
t aspects as they relate to Oscar Montgomery, and Billie Popular RED DEVIL 9C }
keeping the technical programat Joe Collins, Mime; and Charles : 4 150 Lighter Fluid '
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the junior college attuned to Clifford, IRC.Discharged Lim,II t w:n Couwm Thru. Wed 2/2.
the needs of the community. : Titusvllle: Douglas each J_ pt t.1 101

Among the topics discussed were Moore, Barry Miner, Mary
curriculum content, laboratory Swaney, Jewel Bradfield, Anna Choose matching diade for a perfect makup: combinationIBKIflP _vm__ COUPON '
equipment, and recruitment and Slantis, William Stoddard, Thomas ro
placement of students! Merrill and Patricia Firtion: DUCO CEMENT I
Dr J. Bruce Wilson, presidentof
Others: Paul Ganta, Mims;
Brevard Junior College, has Christopher Lovett, IRC 0
Reg. 39c Popular I.
(
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announced the appointment of
Ray Glenn as chairman of the NEW ARRIVAL WW Stores Duco Household 19C)
division of mathematics and science g Cement I 1
at the college. Mr and Mrs Grady Davenport "" we_: J.
limit t with C u"on Thru Wed 2/21 I
Glenn has been a member of of ScotHmoor are the par ,
the mathematics and science staffat ents of a daughter, born Feb 8 REG. 1.50 1 r;. SPEC. 99c ...
the junior college since he at Jess Piirish Memorial Hospital COUPON
joined the faculty in the summerof ,'.

1962 She has been named Andrea BARBARA GOULD CELLO TAPE
Glenn attended
AppalachianState Paula and weighed. 6 pounds and .
Teachers College In Boone, 11 ounces Reg 29c Roll of
N.C. where he received his bachelor C
Famous Lepage's
I *The baby Is the granddaughter
's degree Through a grad. Stores 1000" Roll CelloTope )
of Mr and Mrs Sam Davenport 12)
uate assistantship at Appilach
and Mr and Mrs C. E. Allen .
ian, he pursued his studies in the .. .
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all of Scottsmoor Llmli I with C i n Thru Wed ,2/H,
field of mathematics and obtain. __ __ hn_ _____._....._. ..._. ______ ____ r Lj2 'It'i']
cd the master of arts degree in I I
AA < '"' fi1

1960He taught! mathematics one i Winning Warm Frla-iwls: For Florida Sln<. 1750O'l'inllI , year at Chowan College In Mur "t- sa
/ r:: 4 :
freesboro, N. C He was subseqently ,, ;jJ ,
appointed to the faculty at -jrtoriclu @ .i\.iJ V
Rtg. 8>e 15.5 01 Bottl .
Appalachian State Teachers College .
and served there one year :::.. ) With Free Doco"too"o' 9 c
before coming to Brevard Junior ( Service i I Fin in your Medicine 5 s
College. ..IV" greeting 'C. Cakinct dlimit.

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Gibson To Honor Members Of f Championship Teams









Play Blue Hungerford Devils To Spectators J';s; lanes;; ; To See Tourney OpeningI-I IMonday





In DoubleheaderGibson February 24, 1964 Titu-UI; ; (Florid) Star Advocat ---- P.a. 7 "
Younker Team

High will pay tribute to ,
i

the and rainy heroines former at the athletic Gibson heroes"BlueDevils" Star-Advocate SportsNEWS Takes The Lead

new gymnasium tonight

when the two local teams playlfungerford < e Approximati'l\)'i spectators

starting at 7:30: pm tT" art ,
jammed and packed( Gateway
The championship: girls' teams
of 19,to and 1958, along with the AND VIEWS 6 9 Lanes Saturday afternoon and

championship boys' team of 1951 QY A evening to watch opening comp

will receive special tributes '1 l petition in the Rrcxard County

Men's Bowling Tournament,
The members of the 1940 team which ended with Younker
are: Nancy Elmore Ruth 1T.
Co. team rolling a team !game of
Strickland, Geraldine -
Mclver .
t ., 3016 handicap score to lead the
Olivia McCurty Mae\ ,
Rosa .r first day of team" tmw'lng:
Brown, Eugenia Warren, Collette ,
Leading the doubles event
"ffi'j were
Warren and Dorothy Hampton r
vt a 1 GeneWirkcll and Tex Davit! of
The members of the 1958 team 4 r r 1
1" Eau Gallic with I 129)), an.Z.I .
were Altamese Edmondson I
Riser led the" singles with 670.
Smith, Yvonne Grant, Ellen Curry -
Carolyn Mclver, Helen Lewis l c According t ) imoflKial
Dorothy McCullough Ha(field. ( in the team events, Yijunk

Tiny D. Glover, Betty Winn, and 1 4t er Construction Co, IS followedby

Essie Lee Knight. Mitchell TV with 3K)7( ) ; Nova

John Robinson, Charles Gor Cabinet Shop 3002; New Jmyina
don. Matthew Green, Robert Gor- ; JUNIORS RECEIVE AWARD MemlJwlln Proprietors Association. Left tonyrii Lanes, No.2, 2089.: Brand X,

don, Willie Pratt and Daniel Edwards bera ol the Junior Division at Gateway Frank Thurlow instructor;, Ronnie 2985; Continental lounge: 2981;

comprised the 1951 team 1 Lanes, receive notice o. placing third in the l utter, Robert Lust Charlie Blocker, Gus Faulk Chevrolet, 29C4 and

state dm in:' a i recent Florida Bowling [Larry Miner (ire(; D.ivis and Bob Miner, Sprow Realty, 2952

Tournament sponsored bv the Florida n'.tluctnrISA( Photo). Nova Cabinet Shop and Gus

Garvy Sinks b Faulk Chevrolet are the only

Tltuiville trams in the top ten

Fords ComingUp standing
_
Free Throws High tram scratch 11 occupied

17H1Jl by Mitchell TV with 2810

AI Sebring z Following Witkrll and Davis In

And Terriers RECEIVES NOTICE Members of the i.10 congratulating Stu Brocket. who rolled the doubles event arc Sim mow

Seniors Division of the American Junior the highest series on his team. Left to Thnsi' m the know from the "llwith and Crow, 1281:! ; Shop Shrpheitl\

Dan Garvy sank both shots ofa Bowling Congress at Gateway Lanes are right Tommasello Larry Kunisch Stan u 01 Id of high!: speed auto coring and Bob Pailry with 1272; Austjn

one and one free throw situ. receiving the letter which revealed they Tommasello Brocket Frank Thurlow, me putting i nC'wIanl to the and Carson, 1255; Smith and

ation after regular play had expired won first place in state competition. Ray Jr. and .Chuck Daniels -S-A( Photo). past l limmame( ,. l hy Ferran s Frazier, 1254; Wells and Flowers,

Friday night and Melbourne Tommasello, manager of Gateway Lanes impionslup car and driver, 1253; Robbins and Most 1231;

I squeezed past the Titus- A user ill other manufacturers Adcock and KidJ, 1229; Baggaly

yule Terriers, 4748 Not inquired' bv any mi'an*,, ennee and Zablockl 1224

This was the final game of the Bowling News but the long( famed baildt and __ .l HugU SpofslAor Second place In the singles

season for both teams, Titusville d ,r1aIli cicsicnci of the famous ferrari division Is I.. FuNum with 69 ,
ending with an 11.9 record and s rulurnoa stated to an intrrnational The National Football Lraiue's policies for applying B. Short, G63; L. Hcadrick, 659;

Melbourne 107 Mon. Nite Mixers tl tl'CMARLY' press. party at Ins\ factory electronic bombardment through Tom Edison's electric light It.. Barrett, (050; M. Miller, C46;

Like several Terrier contests rccrn'ly: that the threat of the B, Crow, 646; P Lucas 643; T.
bulbs and using an invention by a Scottish man named
this year, it was nip and tuck high individual game: Marvin Ford Company to his (Ferrari)) Baird television Stanton, 642.
which is popularly known a* the set, may
throughout the game with the Fisher, 213: Nora Jones, 176 Company is no longer an idle be a high school football killer in disguise. Bob Miner, county bowling tournament

lead exchanging hands five times High individual series: Art boost head, said ").\\10 first two

in the final two minutes. Schnurstem, 528; Nora James, Coming from the man who Although nothing final has been heard as to the exact days of the tournament were a .,

Leading Melbourne was Garvy 472, ALTON made a clean sweep sports cars amount the television network paid the league for televisIng success and the 'bugs' which generally

with 14 points, followed by Paul High team game: Team No. 2, und GT auto racing evenU In the their Friday evening games if It happens you can occur early In competition

Lowery, 11; and Artie Ulmer, 9. 625 Shrimp have been runnin' and catchm ibis trout on a silver past few years, this is one of the be sure, it was a lump sum and one that the pros sure have been worked out and everything .

Titusville placed two men .in High team series: Team'No. 2, unless I'm very barlly.-1tll taken, lolirro-OLure. finest t compliments possible to enough wouldn't object, mainly because this will partially seems, running smoothly,) 11'

double figures, Bob Comparato 1803.Hlundlnr. that. about the best news in the I made a date to go fishin' with pay in tribute to an American fulfill their pay checks. The tournament will resume

and Paul Matthews, each with 11 Won Lent fishin' department for a long a couple of fellers the other day, automobile company, Saturday at 12:00: noon with

points. Team\.Voodchol'P"No 2 18 It'-i' d 8'* time. And best of all, the Shrimp and that Is somethin1 I very scl. With Ford designed( cars and The effect it will\ have on high{ school, small college and doublet and singles' events and

The Terriers managed to beat Team No| 1 15 9 they have been !gcttin are real dom do, I found out a long time Ford powered cars in confirmed even occasional l four-year college football games, could March 1 with more team competition

Melbourne in their first meeting, Tram Team No No.a 3 13 15 11 9 big ones That's kind cf handy in ago that any time I made a date entries for the 1981( running of hurt the pigskin game enough financially, that many schools .

but a losing streak that began Team No T 10 14GoFours more ways than one. Them little like that, it would rain or t the Scbrinj, 12 hour endurancerace located In the boondocks would have to fold up, because The five,day tournament will

three weeks ago did not let up. The AVOC 10'a) 14 19 fellers are a lot harder to sec freeze or the wind waved blow Saturday March 21st fans would be sitting In the comfort of his home on Friday conclude March 7.
a new
The Bulldogs took an early 11-6 Team No. 10 t> 16 for one thing: and it takes no real hard. At least it always well nights watching the Baltimore Colts and the Green Bay Bowlers are rolling for a prliB
add theircurets
Team No S 1% 1644 bleed of tar may
lead in the first quarter and doggoned many of 'em to make a seemed like it. So most times I Packers.In fund estimatcJ: near $1,000,
< the
( n to championship
then stretched it to a nine point mess. just haul off and go fish in' whenI other words let's forget about high school i
competi: \ -
Nelson Ins. League t iJMors of auto racing car developments
the
lead at time during
one sec ----- --
I feel like it And this time 1
ond chapter Just one word of warning, tion. This Is about what it amounts to Tltusvllle (Florid.) Star AdvocetirnticKi *

High: individual, game: Rose though, if you do want to get thought it had happened) again. .Five point two mites of flat But there is such a thing known as overexposure

Boyd Wessinger hit seven mary Welch, 233; Vera Wilson, some of the critters If you hear About six in the mornin' 1 woke 4iit# racing with this year's development book at Jerry Lewis At !the first of the new television 1'.1.11.: ....I leoi.f
straight free throws to give the 209. that runnin', want up and it was raimn' real hard;
they are you to with two-hour
1963 he through a variety\
I about that > of &cars well apt to bring :season in came
Terriers their first offensive buzz right out there no matter so just gave trip up 1'ubtiased. ,..
Inter than a one hundred mile show thnt could not hold interest, so it was taken off .f/ MonI.
High individual scries: Rose. for lost. Rut by eight o'c'ock::' t it '\ : W.dnead.y' .. Prldaye
charge of the evening, leading at what tune of the day or night it e .:0
halftime 2119 mary Welch, 589; Vera Wilson, Is, 'cause they don't wait for nobody had turned out real nice, so I has hour virago. the Sebring 12 Say a kind prayer and maybe this could happen to pro t. :- lIy 'rttu.rllN., Ino.Bt.rAdroeal. -

his teamto got on the 'phone and lined thingsup lour Enduro will start at least football only on Fridays. 'A' At Tb. IH..A.dvoeale
paced When feel
Lowery time
again 551.High no they ,..,
sfxty,five of the woil !'. fastest Several all boxing matches possible were 1> Bulldln.
team McCotter !
a third period lead of six game: like runnin' they run, ant I you again. And we took off for a years ago 4L/pN/ 8" MaIn Street
points over Titusville, but with Motors and Dudweiscr, 387. better be there then. They Just couple of good fishin' holes out *ra pilntul by the cream of the blasted on television Now, you're lucky to see one good Tituavllla, 575.

en the Island. avto racial world pilots fight( because some of the boxers, who were unknown, and
only minutes left to play in the High team series: McCotter might not get in a runnm mood \ :
|A full rucing program of couldn't provide a good contest, nearly stripped the ropes llerU rrt. .txoHmUe
final quarter, Comparato sank Motors\ and Budweiscr, 1049. for a year or longer, so you got We checked out one real nice atUnul UllorUI: ..t.enelulloafleecy
one to even the score at 4242. Splits converted: Callie Balm, ta be ready when they are look in' ponJ, but we drew a blankon events scheduled, with qualifying from television completely.
it. I caught one little tiny tlfnos/ mid practice for Wednesday Some college coaches have complained for what they've H Hudaas. Prei
lead 3-10, and 56. Out on the ]Island, north of the Mr. lUlnl H Jludooft. V-P.
Melbourne took the after
causeway about a mile or two bass, out of a ditch close to the and Thursday (the 18th and heard about the new NFL TV policy, but doing most of the Robert II. Uu".on, 8oey.Tr.
Garvy hit on a free throw but Munillnii Won Scot but the itself fkh+ rrday! the 20th, full day .
lend; pond was a
Kalian Room 4IVfe 44t\ there is a place where a feller squaking are the high school coaches leVosd Cla.s postage paid at Tit"srlll.
Matthews hit a jump shot from .. .
Budwrlmr No.2 41 25Budweiser told be that he was catchin' real shallow, and didn seem to of international stock cars plus Nearly all athletic departments in high school thrive on Florida.Henry
the post and gave the Terriers No.1 39'"4 28'4 have anything In it. So we too*, this ycar'j! added feature of II II,iilmn' Publisher
lead. Ulmer Mlulle Motor 39'% 28', trout and it wasn't in the river, funds) collected on Friday night's gate receipts It rot only Jt. Editor
point came Robert iliKlroa.
through a one for Melbourne and made Pint McCottrr National Moton Bank 88H 3k 28:7\to* either. But then I got to thinkin'about off for another hot spot. It was a woilcl renowned motorcycle rid keeps football alive, but in some schools baseball, basketball navltl Dunn, Alvrril,,'ln. Mvr

from the corner giving Melbourne Out Faulk Chevrolet .1* 2flhafrm one time I imagine it was place where a feller just about ers and machines. etc. As stated befoie, this could be a complete financial William 0, Lyerly, Circulation Man
one Hardware 88 28 has to have boat if he wants to
a the the ..
Saturday 21st for lub..rlpllor.al.l
a one point lead. 7-11 Food Store 37% :J!II1 V,, two or three years ago, when breakdown: for high school sports.
Titusville took the ball with 30 Lance Inc 31 29IIle.oo Woodie Rumer and I went out fish it right; but it h one of famed Alitalia trophy plus cash Okay They decide to help us banish high school football By Carrier In- Nrrth' FlrnYird
Htore 344 81 Vi those places that always pays off awards and moniesfor 1 Yr. 17 SO I Mo. f I.uu-I Ma. SIM
that and accessory
seconds to go. Stalling for one Klcita Motel 34 82 way put my big oid Occasionally: some of the nation's finest athletes have
least it did for
at
Mutual Ina, 34 32 or always me. twelve hours M.tl ln"riorlil
wooden boat in on the east side of screaming By >
good shot Ray Cowart hit on a WRMP S3 33 gained fame through playing football in small towns. Because .
And it did pay off for me. I didn'tsink rubber whine of Tr. M 60 0 Mo. H 50 J Mo. U 00
Tom Peanuta 31 84 of the road. Now anybody would: flat out engines
with :3 I
approximately seconds school scholarships
jumper boat like of their high days, they receive college
Cata Don aovi 354't my cr anything and
Outside Florida
that all that wouldbe the
figger water wreath of
orange victory
left in the game to put the Suburban, Propane 28* d&S that but I guess! I caught 5 or 6 and then some venture into professional ranks T.. slat a Ma 14t06' .are. saws
T O Mu.lo 27H 34 fresh and by this time it to the winner ,
; very
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Terriers ahead. Metropolitan Life la.. :20', 39'S Is. bass; and kept 3 of 'em The This is a long range forecast, but if high school football departments
likely But at that time the
Garvy then took the ball down Kouthnlda Motor Supply toy atll other fellers but would have hang their rotted leather .
partially -
couple sweaty
Ref Mellon In. 26Vt 404* water level was a lot lower, so got a weighed 4 or 5 up
court for Melbourne and he was Team No. III 215 41 there could have been that was about all. I think tile pounds, but they wouldn't even shoulder pads, where will this leave college( sweaters "
fouled, by Bob Comparato as the Macnolla Tavern 32 44 some water is still too cold. look at old that Then after, college the bottom of the barrel to
Jackion MIDI Market :22: 44 river water backin' up in It. Any- rny worms day scrapes ,oftt I ) ON I !
end the
buzzer'sounded to game. way, we rowed up a little chan A couple of weeks ago, I put It was one of those times when find top-rate student and athletes combined what will hap '

Sunday Night Mixers nel, fishin' as we went and I all at my boat In a little pond that Is you can see fish about a hundred pen to the pros? Quite a cycle .

Fishing once) Woodie got hold of a fish very good most of the time The yards away and I wouldn't bea Now that the pros have pinched our back we will -

Spec High individual series: Hank that didn't act quite like a ree- water was real clear, so I drifted bit s'prized If they can see youa scratch theirs Something we have never agreed with is

Stowers, 540; AI Henderson, 124; ular fresh water fish and it over it a few times, eheckin'the lot farther than that. And even pulling athletes directly out of college to play sports In general ; There isonly i

Belter Jim Stillson, 510. wasn't either! It was a Bans, all bottom for Bass beds. It when they are feedin', they are !. In particular, baseball. My room-mate in college
Gelling should be about time for the Bassto doggoned hard to catch In one
right but It was a Channel Bass a case several ago, attended school for one semester. The
High individual Hank years
game:
start fannin' out their beds, if like that.
And I still ain't too he
sure how LA Dodgers had watched him pitch while in high school
Speck fishing on LoughmanLake Stowers 206; Jim Stillson, 200 got there. they are ever gonna do it; but But we found somethin else! WELCOMEWAGON j
accord- Splits: Al Henderson, .-t; and consequently, he quit college after one semester .
better there
Is getting wasn t a sign of a bed, except there, at that last plaee We
Joann Mclnnis 451: But about these trout I can'tgive because they offered him a contract in the five figures, plusa
Fish
Ing to reports from Buck's some real old ones from a found a big old tackle box, settin'
Mlandlaae.. Wee LII.eE. away the man's fishin' hole, bonus.
Camp. year ago or more there wide and not soul
Donovan Co open- a
<2* nn
I can't tell
Sunday J. R. Kelly and party of Badcock Furniture to''* 83Juallce \, M you exactly whereto Anyway, before we went home, in sight Anyway, If you lost a On the other hand, the pro business men In maintaining

Mims caught 60 specks, using East Coaat Honuw Bowline 45 10.39 4 go; but there is a lot of water we checked out still another pond box lately, and you can tell us this relationship with television, are spared a huge expense.
that that Is
Missouri Minnows! and there Carl Schmidt Rambler 44 40 out way cut off from where the water is real clear where and can Identify this But this expense may rise when they see they have to
t>.Monies Motropol. 41 43 salt water now And there
have been reports that anglersare Moonland. Mobile Home 20 M are I'd caught some good,sized bass one as bein' yours you'll be pay more for the collegiate athlete, mainly because he is
till lot of salt water fish
also catching a fair amountof a trapped In it, but that day they just plain welcome to it. Just stop In at a prime specimen and a Jim Thorpe of his era EspeciallyIf
brim In it. I don't know what wouldn't bit. We saw 2 or 3 that Belks and tell from
Morning Trio League I me all about it. there are not many to pick
makes it, but the man said that .
the fish they caught were real I I 80 7 ej. *c* experiencefeelerlac a
YoungRepublicans
Spaceport High individual game: Shep fe4 will la
Shepherd, 247. Bill Sasko, 221 broad across the back, and were I I < SM| eMiiminll *
High Individual; aeries: Shep also very. dark in color not at TAYLOR UPHOLSTERY JOB WANTED AT $5,00 PER WEEK btu

Meet TonightThe all like the trout out in the river. r., '.'.r..U.. ..
Shepherd. 813.; Bob Pasley, 601. w......Wags. ..
Oh yes while I think of it, I AUTO CONVERTIBLE TOPS N. :
High team game: GatewayLanes will answer phone, take -
Secretary
regular monthly meetingof b'lieve the man said be was your messages : iM7:07l2:

the' Spaceport Young Republicans High. :537.team aeries: Gateway AUTO SEAT COVERS orders, name and numbers for $3 per week. '.
wll be held at the Friendship BOND-HOWELL .
(
Lanes 1560. REPLACE CONV. WINDOWS y
Room of First Federal Buying LUMBER CO. I

A Loan Association! this evening ate...,... Wee) !...! DOOR PANELS .. 'WELC Mr 'WAqQN ,
R *, B Shirt Lettering SI as North Florida's Large DetUr Kt14'lr4'Ifl fz ue
at X:00 o'clock. Butch Bavarian 61!* 40*

Several possible candidates for )I uln.Wonderland Life ol Florida 49* 41S "There's best A Material Difference 1C27 S. H'OPKINS AM ]7-1170 Tltuiville Are Cocoa A Cecee Belch ,
your friends In
county offices are expected to attend Brldgee Radiator No. 1 44Oatewmr 46 Building 27-5530 '''.7031 1 I
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..,.,,111. (Florida) Star-Advoent Monday, February 14, W4 Insurance Claims

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Tag Sale Gain;!' High a Here ,' tear who BeneficiaryA routine asked the letter Veterans from a veteran Administration '


a question concerning
concerning his insurance reveal e
Titusvillo led the county in the Brevard County) told a nerd( period last year This! representsa ed that he had forgotten to name
number ot new tags purchasedthis number of automobile license gain of 12,262 tags, and 19 percent his bride of a year as beneficiary k

year over last, according to plates this year with a total r Had he died without
figures compiled by Tax Collector through/ Feb 20, of 78,834:) com Titusville Tag Agency sold 4, change of beneficiary, the claim
J. D. Nash. pared to 66,572 over the game 401 tags more than last year 1 would have been paid to his
which is a 35 per cent increase wealthy sister.
.
Last t year's figures were 12405

CONVENTIONContinued It's Dog Tag lomparcd to a big jump of 18,806 ry Col W. H Boshoff, Veterans
sold during the same period this Service Officer for Brevard County I I

year. a1G pointed out there are cases
( From Page 1))
Time Again Central Brevard, at the tag like this without number all

Maine. agency in Cocoa, sold 28,393, because of the failure of many

Hawaii yielded to Michigan It's the "doggy" time of the compared to last year's sales of s veterans to keep their beneficiary .
which nominated George Rom again. 24,440. This represents a 16 per listings up to date.
ney and Hawaii seconded year cent Increase.The .
The following states passed: City of Titusville has announ Melbourne! cffice) sold the The law requires the VA to CUPID NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD Setting of this

Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana ced the annual "dog clinic" will largest number of tags but the pay insurance claims to the scene: is Wakapoogee Lodge where Rock Hudson gets into(

Maryland, Minnesota, Miss. be held on the parking lot southof percentage of Increase county' beneficiary named by the vet more situations: with beautiful girls than anybody. It's

Issipi, Missouri, Montana, Neb the central fire station from 2 wide, was less The South Bre Fr; eran. Too often, Boshoff said, all in the comedy-romance called "Man's Favorite Sport?"

raska, Nevada, New Hampshire, to 6 p.m, Thursday.Dr. vard office sold 33, 635 tags. Last the original list of beneficiaries, which is playing at the Florida Theatre.

New Jersey, New Mexico, North Glenn Young will be thereto year, during the same period, the compiled when the policy was Issued
Carolina, Tennessee, Texas Utah, inoculate dogs against rabIes office sold 29,727 for a percent. ; is sadly out of date. The

Vermont, Virginia, Wisconsin, and city dog tags will be on age gain of 13 percent. most common reasons for obsolete bout these
nuisances, I didn't intend
West Virginia, District of Col sale at the same time. There Is R listings are marriages, re LettersTo
umbia, Puerto Rico, and the Vir a $3 charge for the incoulationand 4 marriages, divorces and deaths. to be run out of the com

gin Island, territories, Connect $2 {for the dog tag. Moose OfficialTo Veterans should write to the munity by the devilish animals. .
Icut. Delaware, Florida and This will be the first time that VA office to which they send EditorNo I see no' other way except to

Georgia. dog owners, living in the new expanded 0 "s, their insurance payments, bcinj let my nice liMe: neat well-kept
After the tabulation of all el city limits of Titusville Visit HereMoose r ', careful to give their full name City Ordinance pUce just grow up in weeds,

ectoral votes, it ended In a run have been affected by the city ('if )' and policy number as well as the Titusville, Fla. papers, and trash as a few people

off between Goldwater with 432, dog ordinance. Lodge of Titusville will L \. old and new beneficiary listings. Feb. 20, 19C4 in a community don't do any

Nixon 237 and Rockefeller, 314. Any owner, whose dog has previously host Judge A. A. Scott of the rN '\ The VA will help when a vet Dear EdItor: thing but let their yards be a derimtnt -
Others receiving votes were been inoculated, can obtain of Los Angeles to the community.
Court
Superior
Lodge, 162; Scranton, 110, Rom a dog tag from the city by County, California, at a special :: eran has forgotten the old beneficiary Now that Indian River City Propetry Owner
Hitting by sending him a
46 Margaret Chase Smith, paying the $$2 fee and showing has boon taken into and made a
northof
ney ; of Inoculation event at the Moose Home CHECKING FOR PRINTS Titusville Police Lt. W. J, micrpfilm copy of the old listing
30; and Morton, 26. proof at part of Titusville, it seems almost
Mims Thursday, starting
Individual states anti how they Dogs not tagged are subject ta Bohannon (second from left, ) is shown checking a car for as well as a new beneficiary designation owner has
property
7 30 every
the : p m.Judge }nid downtown street theft form to be filled In The Titusville Star.
voted: Alabama 21 votes for be picked up by city fingerprints following a -day from one to three dogs in these
Goldwater; Alaska 3 Goldwater, Scott Is a member of the Friday. Patrolman John Eads Is shown at the left and wih up.to-date information. subdivisions that swarm the
Moosohcart\ Board of Governors, Harold Horr Pa is at the right. Advocate 1 1st i in circulation
Nixon, 2; Arizona 14 Goldwater; car owner Washington, streets and other property owners ,
YOUTHContinued the board which supervises the his in front of Sales and Service .
Horr
Arkansas 16 for Lodge; California parked car Appliance yard! From 3 to 8 bunches of
76 Nixon; Colorado 6 Rockefellerand operation of the famed City of on Main Street, locked it and walked to a nearby 'If you have real estateto dogs( all day and all night. in No Brevard

12 Nixon; Connecticut 22 ( From Page 1) Children owned and operated by diner for lunch. While he was gone, a door lock had It took about 3V4 months and

Rockefeller, Delaware 12 Nixon; cries from Communism." the Loyal Order of Moose near been picked, and a sack with $65 in coins} was stolen from sell, or if you are 3 trips from the police departmer.t .
Florida 22 Rockefeller, 4 Gold. Aurora, Illinois down between the bucket seats. Horr had changed bills 7
to make one dog owner get
How, with a blockade These will be a special enroll- looking for choice real
ater Georgia 23 Goldwater
; ; into the rolls of coins at Citizens Bank a few minutes
de-
rid of the
And ono dog as they
"Yes, if we have to. we his honor
ment of members In on
Hawaii 10 for Nixon Idaho 14 for .
;
before and two who the
Smith Illinois 60 Rockefeller; Indiana should tell other people of other Thursday, A goal of one new figures negroes, were seen near estate use our class! tied the law in every way they
; .
him earlier in the bank. One in the ,
Gold. countries about Communism, tell member for each old memberhas car, saw negro was ap. were told they had to do. G't666v
32 Nixon; Iowa 26
I water; Kansas! 22 Scranton; Ken. them what they should know 30 been set.Thieves pliance store asking questions to get the attention of the fied columns. As I stated in an article In the I
manager while the other broke in.-S-A( Photo).
tucky 26 Morton; Louisiana 26 they will be prepared to face it. Titimille paper; a year :ago a-

Goldwater; Maine, 16 for Smith; How about the Civil Rights Evidently e
in letter? evening of Thursday eveningand )
bill you mentioned you\
Maryland 38 Lodge; Michigan, 46 "I think people should be free Were Hungry OnesThe Sunday morning the unknown -

Romney; Minnesota 28 Lodge; and have equal rights. I think or who person or persons broke
Mississippi 13 Rockefeller Missouri they should be able to go any person persons
; broke into the home of Aaron Dee into the residence, located on the
14 Goldwater Ivebraska; 18 where, sleep anywhere that is
; Mullins of Scottsmoor over the west side of U. S. 1 in Scotts
Goldwater; Navada 12 Gold. open to the public. But, I lie-
weekend were evidently cold and moor and made off with two
water; New Hampshire 14 Lodge; hove the Civil Rights bill that
hungry, or one would gather as! sticks of butter, two tomatoes
New Jersey 38 Rockefeller; North has been mentioned is bad in .
much from the articles stolen and one can of lighter fluid Also "
Carolina :28! Goldwater; North that it guarantees privileges to
Sheriff Leigh Wilson reports stolen was a blanket. Lief Larsen -
I
Dakota 8 Nixon for Rockefeller; a minority group which will step v
that time between the is
agent, investigating
Ohio S3 Rockefeller I Oklahoma on the rights of business people some ,__ _
22 Goldwater: Or.'gon 18 Gold- and some of it will be against r r

water; Pennsylvania" 76 Scanton; the right of a majority. I 'A" La Mdtick Sdl6n > always near yoitl! 1 .
Rhode Island 14" Lodge; South don't t believe it's constitutional or MELBOURNE COCOA ORLANDO DAYTONA BEACH
Carolina 16 Goldwater; that "
it's for this
good country.
TITUSVILLE: Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday I
South Dakota 14 Nixon; Tennessee T ony lives off Route 50, across
28 Mxon;;': Texas 54 Gold. from the' In ian' River Plaza Through Friday Saturday 'Til 6 p.m.
water Utah Nixon and 4 Gold.
; rip
Shopping! Center with his parents
water; Vermont 12 Rockefeller; Mr. and Mrs Ilagan! Totcet FREE !
Virginia 30 Gold water, Washing
lie tells. us that his fag
ton 24 Goldwater; Wisconsin 3() (Hair Conditioning Treatment with all permanentwaves
c orite Subject is Math, but it
Lodge; Wyoming 12 Scranton; seems that political science this month (reg. would be 2.00)) For dry,
District of,.Columbia 6 Rockefeller
Puerto would be more to his flavor. brittle or damaged hair. Will not strip color!
; ,Rico 3 Nixon, Virgin

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Nosing( Bob Hudson AroundBy ) $Advocate Eppert Discusses


Gee, here it is in the middle of hadn't been writing about the The Voice: of 25,000 North Brerard County Residents
the Winter and Southern Bell has dangers of the Civil Rights Dill. --
the writer already thinking about Have a suggestion for him he'd J Jbttter Section B TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1964 P1,fi

summertime. read once in a while MILA Cape Work

In the February issue of Bob Mangum one of our staff has
"Southern Telephone News" done several editorials about the j/ j':..:: : ",, :-,.. ,, ,

there is a fine article about the bill a few of them long before: 'Cuba Freedom .
Tennessee State Park System this man apparently became up- eedy dy A dIScussion of the trcmen:Ions baturn \' \poi| launch facilities
the 8th In i series on Southern let. amount of work under directionof indn.linc'' duck out buildings,

playgrounds.The -_ the Lanuvrral District, dips/ t >wirs, bum hnj.; puK,, railroads
article lists all of the 21 u II, Enln'crs.a:: tint hire Fri foi the crjulwi, etc
state parks in Tennessee, with a This telephone caller might; be U S Obligation ,dad morning( the monthly'! Knffn lie pitlnti I out thai' the Mice, :

paragraph or two about the face something like the local man ,gv r ri ( > Klatsih of tho Creator Titus pile of earth, (mated! west of the
ilities and features of each who came into the office the \\illi\(' .lumber of Commerce, old Jaycee fork, would be the
Cmdr. Ed Stevenson, U S,N that Kennedy's
see promise is
It brings back memories of a other dIY to give me some "goodadvice" Kite of the lirst Titan
III bunch
(ret. ) told a group of Presbyter nut forgotten Stevenson said Donald rppert: ,who has spent
couple of summers when we "Don't favor '
ago candidate
The
any complex earth was raised I Itn
tan Men Thursday that it the I M:; In Brevard .
is The retired Navy man who sears ( as area nsmrer
took the family up to Big Ridge by putting them on the t, 80! feet f" compact the earth
moral obligation of the US, to spent four years in Cuba 10 !'at( the Corps of Engineers,
and Norris Dam State Parks prior
front pace and their opponents beneath it and, it will he rul.iciMt
help a nation of patriotic exiled the fall of Batista, said that Cubais i r.ithneil the program to a group
north of Knoxvllle for a wonder "
insde, he says "Be fair, he Cubans t 48 feet .11 the base fur tho
: regain their homeland now a subversive training base r oi (t'hambtT members attending
restful two weeks of swimming -
fully adds, he refers to late launch/ complex duel
as a announcement fktlr
from the dictator of Fidel Citizen
the of
horseback riding, and a lot grip for Russia and Red China He nui'tmn as \guests
of a candidate for Castro. Bank Kppcrt: also (discussed' ( / the
r
stated that Castroites are sent to
of loafing. sheriff 'Either start reading or transpnitation available to the|
Makes a fellow sure look forward Stevenson, speaking to the other Western hemisphere conn illustrating his talk with a aeries .
remember Cape and Mil A and the nee facilities
betttr what have
to the comma; summer you )'rebbyterianlen'!\ Club, told the tries by the hundreds after re .d1w.ma; r', III)l slides. Eppoit rovl'fl'd| cmtruction Just com plated or underway .
months. rued we advised, as we pulltda listening audience to let their coking training in the same iI on both the !Mcrritt Is-
file up on the counter and pro.ceeded Congressional representatives methods Castro himself used! to land( Launch Area an1 expand, ) -Including the railroad the

outdo the lavish to show hm that every I know how they feel through !let overthrow Cuba Cape Canaveral with spoclil\ emphasis NASA causeway, etc.
Wanting to
presents of his brothers, he gave candidate, who has thought enough ters ani other means. "When we were in Cuba," SU-\-! I kC on the Saturn V-Apollo

his mother, on her birthday, a of his (the candidate's) "President Kennedy told<1 the enson said, "the people told us r4i oral( Titan 111 launch:! area. HAPPYBIRTHDAY
campaign! to darken the doorstep returning remnants of the Bay of
$50,000 mynah bird with a 4,000- how they loved the Americans lie frnphasl/rl the fact tint
word vocabulary in several of the Star-Advocate or to mail Pigs Invasion, after they had B.ut through years of training, last week the Caimrnl District)
his announcement: has had a been ransomed, that 'we will help these same people can be nude Engineers was s'lin-rvlnni! 4) Tuesday February 25
languages./ front page story. you regain your homeland', We to hate us." contrails totaling $1'3' million,
"What did you think of the Mrs John Olewski
We take such were morally obligated to ransom There four resident
exception to are or project
Stevenson chastised the State
bird, Mother? he asked afterher Ann Whitaker Cam
people as these who in theirown those men from Castro'lprison Department for its seemingly office working out of the
birthday. because after all, it i!
minds "dream the fact was Canaveral trlct-tht' VAD reSIdent -
"Delicious," was the mother's up" wrong approach to the entire Wednesday, February 28
partly fault there,
our they
were office( at this VAC. site Central
that ve make the news or con policy of foreign( affairs He credited
reply. trol it. The news appears as and it's also our responsibility to the department with the (Jill Ed Stevenson project office at the north Mm>> C F. ThrelkeUlki

news when we get ready to '" of Cuba, the loss of American end of Cape Kennedy, Industrial ) ( Sluw

Guess we'U all like it someday support a candidate and we prestige In its foreign policy, giving ; dill nothing enjoyed a dinner prep i project, office at the Orslno in- Oscar Futch
but right now the.contractor on feel sure we will vigorously as examples of the state dcpait Stevenson ripped the government served by church women nn.ierthe ('u trlal site and the Cape reM- Stevie StelmrgCljdo
the four. of Garden Street Unusual ment putting on allies dent office at the south end of Grimm
lanmg election time approaches such pressure for its negligence: and in direction of Mrs 1)way no
has just about succeeded in support will be found in the not to trade with CommunistCuba concluding, elated "Gentlemen, Clark. Cape Kennedy KrUto Kcini

making it Impassible : or at editorial columns, where it should Turn OfEvents but while this country turnsan we must return to the Const!, An election of officers followed lie outlined the work Involved, Gnrv Edward Re tier
least made the street such an be about face and sells wheat tutionul! government which was the meal, Elected were, Coleman in constructing the Titan III and Llndu Sue Puff

obstacle course that* it (s dangerous r and extends credit to Russia. given: to us and give vent to our Burke, president; M S, Austin, -- -- -

to drive a small car 'out "What !In the world Is the dif- feelings against the bureaucracy vlce-picsldent( Dwayne Clark
I that way-might lose it In one of Ken Tipper of the staff of ference"? he asked. that exists: In our government. treasurer and Paul Schmidt Brevard Lumber Company
the holes, Rinker Materials and nativeof
a
I "We sat back and watched the The initial phase of his pro secretary,
I This is one of the pangs \of England says that, as a nativeof people of Hungary fight for their gram; was a series of slides pictures Rev Charles Bates, pastor, READY.MIXED.IN.TRANSIT I CONCRETE
growth. One thing about it-the he would to What's the world to'
England like
coming life and did nothing", Stevenson taken while he and his wife conducted( the meeting and Intro Building MittrUI I Lumber Paint Hardware
project will give Titusville: 1, apologize for the current "in Gus Faulk North Brevard's"Mr. 9 4
explained "all the while thinkingthis lived in Cuba lie gave many Indueed the speaker In the absence WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSES
better drainage of the area, Chevrolet" and also
some vasion" of Beatles Into this country
problem was on the other stances of the warmness and genof President John Forbes, Let Us GT! You An Estimate _
east west
2 fine four-laned North
Brevard's
a county com- side of the world, but then it hap erosity of the Cuban people toCmd, Stevenson had as his
Prompt Delivery Phone AM
street and 3. some needed curb missioner, has been in a 7.3831
-- put pened right at our back door, ward them. guests, Mr, and Mrs, Paul Est, I
and gutter along a street thatdidn't Last Tuesday the Kiwanis very embarrassing position only 90 miles away and still we Prior to the program, the men rada exiles from Cuba, "
have it before, he now has to drive a Ford. '
Club had Dr Bill Bennett as a
At Thursday's meeting of the "
Here's a chance to improve guest speaker to discuss the Board of County Commissioners -

your mind Dr. Irivm Stock, problems related with heart disease bids were opened on a 64 CHEVROLET-The
chairman of the Rollins College etc. As a comeback, the 1964 passenger car for district great highway per om ier

English Department, is going to Rotary Club noted that such a 1 to be used by Faulk. The low
"The talk was fine for the "old men" .....
give a course on Contemporary bidder .McCotter Motors, -- ---" A' '
i''
: t
club and that next week the
English and American Titusville's Ford dealer. .

Novel", starting Friday night at Rotarians would hear a talk on Also at the meeting, Faulk '" .- .. t'\1, ;\f.i "J."lot Jif1f 'I.r ...'.;"...
Titusville High. There will be 15- birth control announced his intention not to- J I ..yor ;;- ....

two-hour sessions from 7:43: to run for re-election injhe. May I .."-"",,,f, .. ..w t a.w .. -..
9:45 'all under( the sponsorship. primary "* :
'nl sLand, answt'fln; tit; telephone -
Greater Pride-the local organization It's coincidental that at the
interested in cult : "I don't know Call the to'
greater same meeting, Faulk had ,
.
ural opportunities and beautifi-- weather bureau. accept a Ford bid for his +
cation. Fretty young wife: "Who was county car and then announced

that?" his decision not to run for re
Certainly enjoyed the brief remarks Husband: "Some sailor, I election.

by U S. Senator Spessard guess, Wanted to know if the Wonder if there's any con- I
Holland at the Eau Gallie High coast was clear" nection?


noon.School Brevard He dedication was County.lavish Sunday. in The his praiseof after dedi. I I Feels like somebody put a runway .. ,l


cation was of the South's "most SkilletSpecial

advanced high school facility" I where the road should be !
one can easily believe this state i iI ir iw iy

ment after touring the structure
Next on the list of high schools
to be dedicated will be the new

one at Cocoa Beach and, prob.
ably following after it, one at
Merritt Isla nd. For
Tuesday
'(
The new Melbourne postoffice
will be dedicated on March 14 by GRILLEDGROUND
U. S. Senator George Smathers.
So, South Brevard is honored ROUND I
with the presence of Florida's

two senators within a period of STEAK75C
three weeks.


A lady in Chicago sued for 'I I ad

divorce recently saying, "I love
detective stories and I buy every

one published. My husband
get ahnld of them first and

writes the name of the murderer
." Onions, French Fries F I
on the top of page 1 I
"Divorce granted!" said the Lettuce & Tomato.

Judge. Buttered Roll.


Had a telephone call from a
rather excited man the other day

he wouldn't give; his name so ? t
we didn't pay much attention to Pirtle Plan Tilusvllle
D'
him Wanted to know why we 4

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AT-i- begins Take-offs are smooth and effortless. I lima I seem flat as prairies if you like. You can even get an automatic pilot (we call it a "speed and

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Pape J-B Tltuivllla (Florida) Star Advocali Monday, February J4, 19(4 Iv TnE f'lRrrn <(< Ot-RT or TII r. proved for In the Complaint mart fir It"" :: NAY CON'F.PVINotice
foreclosedupon Florida.. In Chancery for< Dlvorre.the TO WHO\lI1'
"T" .It III( It. f III( tI T tC The red l properly being
FIORIUA IX AND! FOR IIltt- l I. altuale. lying and belns In short title of sad aotloa' being l II Hereby. given. that. we
I 5'cAR-ADVOCATE'S VAKI cot'ITHSCY.ItY: *'. Brevard County, Florida and Udeacrlbed ROBERT E 8TA.PLETON Plaintiff Intent to reflate with the Clerk of
MISTER BREGER ( MO. stone a* follow:: to-wlt-: v*. BARBARA B. 8YI.P 10111- the Circuit court of Brevard County
NOTICE OF HOT Lot 1 Block CC. Bowe Ouel.".. TON. DWeneaat tteee present are SUPERIOISO fictitious na.5107V..
FIRST MORTGAGE CORP. OF Kecllon C-l, Brevard County to cause and reqvilre you to file JANITORIAL'
: VERO BEACH a Florida corpora Florida, ar per Plat thereof re. your written defenses, It any. to the ICE" tinder which we Intend to
Crossword PuzzleACROSS aIso corded In Plat Book 13. Pat *9. Complaint filed ".,.1., and te carry on our builneia. agreeableto
P.a.nt.ff.. Public Record of Brevard serve a copy thereof upon Plaintiff the lawn of Florida I :
r. County Florida. attorney oa or before the Join day JOHN' L. TEW
DOWV 20. EnUre DONE AND ORDERED at Tltua- of March A,D, 1964, otherwise a ARTHUR A. RICH
1. Fondlea 1. Characters 22.Tat- t p v'' DESIGNED!: ROVER: !:at! IXC. a Florida vlll.. Florida, Chic 7th day ofFebruary Decree Pro Confeeeo will be. entered Crofton Brewer Holland

5 Portico: Cr. In a play tend ti [j] corporation tt Drlond,.... 19 4.CURTIS against you and the came pro Attorney ai Law
f 1 R. BARNES P. O. Box W8Tltuevllle
9. An infusIble) 2. A. Great cloth JP;; TO: ARTHUR F BECKresidence Clerk of the Circuit Court c'I ex i'r'iny' bind and official Florida
Lake a I unknownD. 10 17. 24. Mar I (Moa) 1M4.
compound 23. Gar- ;'I S. CL"RKEBOttOD. By: V 8 8p.nll.rICORT Coal at Tltuivllle, Brevard County Feb
10. Packing 3. Layers dents' g I'I' Xaee. Deputy Clerk Florida, tale 14th day of February,
SEAL) A,D. 1M4COURT .
J Jer
container 4. Man'snickname .:
tools ?? 6 S Tou are hereby notified that. a Feb 10. 17. 24 liar. 3 (Man) 1961.i ( SEAL) The y
12 Bay wtndOW 24. Heats w i ; o M Complaint has been filed against Curtla R. Barnes liz&

13. Older B. Beetle aa A a i t A yen I. the above styled Court forforecloeure \ TUB' riRttir (COURT NINTIJIDIIItI.IIRCIIT Clerk of the Circuit Court la
brother Of 6. Followed. and For Brevard County,
,4 t ) clan of that Certain mortallO
y v I or rlOKIII'I"
Moses: aa track: 26. A/'OWIe. recorded In official record book 2al.:! INI KK IIHrVtKI; COLNTYe FloridaBy
14.Gas f Rowing front a....... P\f\ Page 6S. Brevaril County Florida, 111\l r;HI M,s. 77I'' Gordon. V.H Frederick C. Russell DC. l
; Publlo Records, and you are /
company Implements sleep 38.lhtnlo! ed to serve a copy of your ROBERT E. 8TAPLETON. Attorney for Plaintiff aOl';

( L customer '. 5. On top 29. Eater temple er other oefeailve Plaintiff pleading. r.qUlr'l .va- Plaintiff 110 Suite Ee 1.t Kirk Commercial Plaza Street ) ::
Cemplalat
15. Cooks 9. Fearle.of 31.Large oa
ELTON: H BCmVAKZ. P. BARBARA E. STAPLETOV: p. o BOX 1796Sanford
until olelo add
jieas volume Florida 32771
II 28. 820 Denver Avenue>. Defendant
brittle aj 31. Halt ems 30. FJaher31..On the Florida and file the ordinal answerer NOTICE OF SCOT Feb. 11. 24. Mar. 3. 9 (Mon,) 1S64. ,
bacon 15. Mountain man' pole ocean defensive pleading' In the office THE STATE OF FI.ORIDA TO
18. Recto: pass 3LMtaaourt: 40.GII1'. ef the Clerk of the Circuit Court I BARBARA E. 8TAPLETOV: I LEGAL PADS Elg Supply 35eSo I I II "Most folk who slap you
abbr. Tltuevllle, Florida, on or tirfore the 2021 North First Street on the back expect to
13. Exclamaabbr.. name Uth day ef March 1964 If you Ian Ironton Ohio I :?>> each at the Star-Advocate I II you
IT. Shallow tion 34. ClaW' 42. Soak flap to do '0. a Decree Pro Confeeao will A Sworn Complaint having been I Ottlce. I cough up something.
19. Mother of be taken sealant you for the relief filed agilnit you In the Circuit .
_
Irish coda I L 3 4 S' 6 1 8

21. Province: I | / I SET OUT FROM Ukiiitcp.o'n4 I AkA
E
Can. tArygT{ ELSE CAN
9
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/ CLp4ETO WARM COYER3 _
25. Featlve LTO }bU DO I _

27.Mend, Unocks IL I 13 r ( THAT WINDOW el
""'
Meer. tM. IN" wwu NIFN ?NnA .\
28. Vinegar I it 15

worm "Uh .there's a P. T. A. 4
32. Alcoholic Ib" 17 u3beverage "/ meeting at school tomorrow c

night, just you two and my teachers ." / I l 't '

S3. Apart ((9 lO I a. lJ 24 I l

33.: Peraonalpronoun out" but to forgive her. This ix TUB: cimeiiT Coca: OPT it
15 lf *! NINTH! JIUICItL .ClaClIT -UN C yr .
38 Backed / poor woman like thousands
financially ze 29 30 I 32 other screaming mothers U c H.1NIaar I JIIO. '1"111 '.< I'" /

39. Lhasa wretched and miserable. Tern NOTIC&: TO
holy man 53 1* NA/fNETTJ/ : CLAJUCS HARM 0
with
rnru 'o ;
41. Book of per your Judgement mercy. rt e

Old i7: 36 39 ,,4 OEORUB
RONALD HARMeR TJ ''rv
Testament Ann, : Is it possible for a Defendant
42. Fray 41 4-Z marred Tot Ronald Georte Harmer C
43. A catkin man to keep in close Realdenoe Unknown '

44. Arabian U ;: 1'* touch with a former girl friend Notice le hereby given that a c=> '. PIP y3U SE5 THE WIb4T /SALES ARE VWy T! HOPE HB KNOWS< VCUHS' TALKINSV
; .ltftl. fer tv h.. .. ... 14S UTEST AVERAGES VAKSHOUS.NG -
chieftains eont| i ree rued< A,30Ut, V OUT //N FRONT SIR J ABOUT THE CQVWNVS 80WLINS TCIWJAMENT;
and still be faithful to his wife?
against you by the plaintiff In lha : IS WAY DOWN
h HI/ ,
45 5ALE5, , Comfort 45 j4(, N
above styled court and you are here ?
The is 31 and has had AND !
48: Hardyheroine woman by required to carve a copy of your SHAPING HAS RISEN FLAGSroNlf C ?li
three unsuccessful marriages. aniwer and pleading upon J. Will-
Z.24- lam Wood Ion. P. O. Hun 1175. Ken. REALlY17rfllfILI
After her last divorce she called Oallle. Florida, attorney for the

k ------ Rod and laid she had to talk plaintiff and file the original' anew
er or pleading In the Office of
to him. He hopped into the car the Clerk ot the CIrcuit Court at

and'drove right over to her place.It Tltuevllle, Brevard County, riorlila. .
on or before the Itb day of March
was 2:30 am. before/ he got: 1M4! If you fall to do ao, a Decree
Ann Landers Pro Coafvaao will be taken against
home. you for the relkf. donund.d ID the

This woman has a year-old complaint
Thu notice shall be publlelea
daughter who calls my husband once a week for tour Aonaeoutlvi,

TreatmentDear "Uncle Rod." I was furious week In the Tit.evil fltar-Advo-

Hiccup when I learned he took this childto cate.Done and Ol'rr.d.t Tltusvllle \ _
Florida. this 91it day ol January, .
the circus but was too busyto 19114 .
take his own three youngsters COURT REAL) -
Curtut R. Banes
Ann Landers: Is It pos. of "screaming mothers" their (I found the ticket stubs in his Cleric of tbe Circuit Court t / SO DID Z,MY DEARI --ABOUT ON SECOND THOUGHT;
pocket.) Uyt Bertie Hen REALLY EWJCfyPATINSMOUTALL A LITTLE It> BETTER STICK
sible for a person to bring the helpless children. Deputy *leek' ;RADA 600DPVE TOTHB PBTITS,
3 3TIMB
hiccups on himself? The fellowto My little brother and I were I've put up with this pal stuff J Attorney William for Wood.oo IMalntrff| WONDERFUL ATHLETIC GlRiSJ KISS? HELH.ES9TYPE!

whom I'm engaged managesto screamed at, slapped and knock for 12 yean. Rod claims he is P. U. Box 117$ j

get the hiccups at the most ed around almost ever day of serving humanity Advise, Eau Feb. 3 Oallle, 10, IT., Florida 24 Mon.) Wt4iv MaTING .0A9tPNATHY.

inopportune times. I believe our lives. Dad would say please I.M. FED Tilt c% 'It f jt
: rinniT coi nr OF THE
Bud does it to attract attention, "Mother doesn't mean it. She's Dear Fed: It's time the girl NINTH JIUKML ( IHCIIT IS' '.

although he denies it. nervous." found an unmarried humanitar ""T!ioU'TK Yeas Of >HHt.VtKD-LUKIIItllMh.HV \ COUNTY' io #

Last week In the theater Bud My brother had an ulcer ian to cry on. And it's time your : : NO.NUTlf 118t: :t : : r
r-
stalled .hiccing! and. I mean operation when he was 15 and husband grew up TO AI'PF.'K AND DEPaxD: r"

loud. lIe hlcced for five min.utes died three months later. I hada Ann Landers ,,;1be\ glad to JOHN E. SPARKS Plalptlff_ 5ui

straight. Everyone in the nervous breakdown during my help you with your problems. NATALTA TAM"RA

place was roaring with laughter. junior year In high school and Send them t to her In care of this BPARKA.E.'"
I told him .ut it out becauseho stamped The State et Florida
spent ten months in a. private newpapcr enclosing a TO: Natalya Tamarat Spans

was em&arrassing me. Bud hospital.! self-addressed\ envelop 1000 8tefane Avenue WELLTHEREIS BOBBY NELSONS FATHER BOUGHT HELLO, HOW MUCH DO

said he couldn't help it. FinallyI NATALTA'oTAMARA SOAAETH/NO// HIM) A KEEM TRAIN WITH AWHJSTIE I YOU WANT FOR THE
RODNtyIS
I'm senior in
college J/i5J'
a now .1 UNCLE AND EVERVTHI NO I) NEW WRK CENTRAL?
f warned him that if he hiccuped to for HOTICB or riiiNO ITTITIOI SPARKS' are hereby: notified THERA
working part-time
pay a Complaint for
divorce haa been.
row FINAL I>I CH\RO : or tJ.u.a ANYTHING
one more time I was walking psychiatric therapy. Mother still ADMIMISTHtTUK WITH WILL filed against. you' and. yea are required
out. The hiccups disappeared ANNEXED' : to eerve a copy of your IN 'c3 ))
at day and Answer THEN
creams me every Notice l< hereby given that I ban or Pleading to the. Com PARTICULAR i
Immediately reminds me of how much she lied my fled return t. Admlnlc the plaint Law to Office the plaintiff of tiarrett attoraeye. MY

I What does this sound like to went: through t\-raise me Thank tale Irator of with LOUIS Will E.Annexed OLSEN! !: of tfeceaudj the Ea. sue Harbor Harbor City Profeailonal D Center Quick FORVOUR THATS BOY; i

you? Do you know of' a quick Cod I've learned to tune her out that I have lied my petition for flee] Box 1316 City, Eau Boulevard Oallle. Poet Florida.Of. BIRTHDAY THIS WHAT 3
distribution and for tint I discharge,
1 hiccup cure? Thanks for your but it has taken years.If and that on March 4. 1M4, I will and Pleading to: lie In the the original Office/ of Answer the Cleric or YEAR? you '
apply to the Honorable) Virgil BCoikllna of Circuit Court SHALL ;
help. CHAGRINED "Screaming Mother" on or before the
my County Judge of Brevard 10 day. of March 19M HAVE.
Dear Chagrined: Some peoplecan had had some therapy perhapsshe Couaty, fun approval. ol cud Final HEREIN FAIL NOT or Decree
Return and fur an Order of Dlitrl-
aaeww49
Pro Cont'NoII
bring on their hiccups. Bud would not have made emotional button and for Final Clwnarte, ai you \ be entered against .

not have this Administrator With Will Annealed THe Notice" shall be 1 _
child publlebed
may or may cripples out of her .
of the Estate ol Louie E. Olsen) deceaied once a week for four ,
dubious talent. ren. DELORES (which in woo'' In the Tltuavllle .Star coneecullve Advocate -
dear ROT EDWARD OLSEN Tltuevllle Florida'
One thing seems how Spanish means DAUGHTER OF Administrator Wide Will DONE AND ORDERED In Tltua.
the SORROW.) Annexed of the Estate at vllle. Brevard County, Florida this
ever once he gets hiccupshe Louts E. 01..0. deceased
Tin day o( February 19M
plays 'em for all they're WILLIAMS A OCIUCH Ct'RTIS H BARNES!: 1
Dear Delores: If your therapy Attorneys\ for Estate CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
worth. P. O. Box all By V. 8. Spantlcr I r of 1 \
(is a total success you will not Melbourne, Florida
Deputy Clerk
'" There are many home cures ] only be able to "tune your moth- Feb. 8. 10, IT, 24 (Mon) 1M4. Court B".1)

for simple hiccups. The one Feb 10. 17. 24. Mar 2 Ohn,) 191 '.JJ1 T

that work: best for me is this: I

Hold the breath as long as possible I

then take a sip of water and I i TELEVISION GUIDE

hold the breath againuntil the I

I hiccups disappear,
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a Movl. -Nancy D"w.Troubl.ebuolor I MaveucHI Ch. t Seven Keys pr.y..7alts' /T yl YOU j I1y
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I 30 Ch. 2 NewecoM U::SO Ch. 2 Truth or Caaae veaceaCh. ,enva4V, ._
II TCCHNICOLOM. Ch. ( Leave It to Beaver 4 dearth for Temorraw k.
Tuesday
I MUIIT' Ch. t Father Keowa Beet
A UnlWRSAt KWStTONITE_ ':08 Ch. t News, STporta. Weather 12:41 Th, 4 Quldlnf Light
MOB1IVO' Ch t News, IIport, Weather U:M Ch 2 News Ray ffcherer vi
4:00 Ck. I Bllmaaetloe 5:IS Ch. t editorial: 1'00 Ch 2 News. Weather
4:It C.... t Bunehlne Alrnanao 1:20: Ch. Newe, Sport Ch 4 Girl Talk '
CROWN THRU 4_JO Cb. 2 Florida Hletotr .:ae Ch. 2 News Huotley-Krtaktey. Ch. S Ernie Ford
TUES. fOO: Cb. 2 Today Ch. S News Walter CronklteCb. 1:15: Ch. 2 Focus :s
. Ck. 4 Film ,...tur.. S News Hoa Cochran 1:30: Ch. J BeleneeCh.
\ 1:30: Ch. I Mlokle Evans 4:48 Ch. t tonsreeiloial Report 4 Aa tbe World Turns '
DRIVE-IN. TITUSVILLESHOWN T:U Cb. 4 N...... Weather Toe Ch.: 2 M equal Ch. News Dave Fenaett 4 KMiiscd 3j8M
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(:oo Ch. 4 Captain Kaniaroo Ch.: S Adventure In Paradise 11411! C'h. Cartoona. I .4 WwA r 44 / y
5'. C.... 4 Cartoon Ch. S Rebel $:OO Ch. 2 Lei. Make a DM r
TWICE 7:05: 10:10: a,00 Ch. t Divorce Court T.30: Ch. I ]Mr. Novak Ch. 4 Password
Ch. America Htetoey Ch. I Combat C,. f Ana Soeker t THANKS FOR TH6 PARTY POP..pie'eCU HAVE THE 7UST NR1HDAV SLUES,
Ch. t Eserclaa for Women silo: Ch.. ( Re BkeltoeI J:28 Ch. 2 News Floy4 Kalber, FOLKS. ILL RE/v\eoUk. FEELING 1 W10g 1 AtEAIHONEY. RQORt OF GE75SLAT4
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10:00: Ch. 2 say when Ch. Petticoat Junction 2:U Ch. N...... Lisa Howard : wa.
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10:. Cb. 3 Word for, Word 10- a ('''. 2 Hell! Telt.h._ Hour I General Hospital Q
Ch. 4 I Love Lucy Ch. flarrr Moore 2'>S Ch. 1'1.' ..... Edwards:
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Ch. 4 McCoy. ( News I port.. Weather Cb. t Queen for a Day
Diane WEBBEA' ROWE Ch. I Price !la Right Ch. t News Boa Tonne11. 4:00: Ch. I Match Game
George
11:30 Ch. 1 Mlaelac Unk :la C.... S Newi Specie, WMlbar Ch. 5 Secret Storm
AT 8.40: ONLY Ch. 4 Pete and Gladys< 118: Ch. t Editorial: Ch. p Trallmaetar
Ch. t Object, 1.AVTRSNOON. Jl.a:: Ck. 1 Movie -Dall." 4.5: Ck. > N._ Sander Vaaocar
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AND VICIOUS" 4 Love of tile Ceatral Florida Fair' I 00 Ch. a Beet of OroucbeCh.
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Monday, February 24, 1764 TrhJsvllle (Florida) Star Advocate. Page .-. Strike End But Not Union Forced I
Commission Urges '
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T. Brevard County Commissioners from commissioner Gus Faulk. Iglnally gono on strike I BEN TOOTS ED AND SUE BENZENHAFER

Its. got into the thi,k of the Honda "I want my position clear on "In passing this! resolution. I ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF

East Coast RatUiwa ss. unit nproblems this resolution." Faulk said. "I'mIn want it clearly un\ Icrstoo,I thatI BUSY B'S PRINTING CO., Inc.
i I do not uiiulom C.'atht'rht'IItII 2
ThursdsvCommissioner full agreement that there
I could not afford it In my business Jt< h'N TKtMxtlHHI'' K XI.IIII II.III Ml

Dick MuldrewIntroduced needs to be a settlement on the neither could'" any if 5 m PHONE 287.4185 -- PO. BOX 1173
strike. but I don't t want to be put
a resolution asking the (tswakingtotheeommisslonl) and TIM "t III.I .
Federal government to expedite into the position where I'motinj neither can' Florida fast Coast" PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
a solution to the jearoUl rait for a forced settlement\ with the laulk pointed out
road strike, saying that the union LETTER PRESS AND OFFSET
". ------- ---- tlOMt. : IMII r Ml.I.M1 I OK '.ll..IM..'A .
strike la damaging the integrity "1 hn\e no s'mpathyIth the
of the United States and union in this case." the colorful I If f you have rental -- -- .-
"rFAREWELL hampering the defense and! space commissioner from North lire

programs ." yard adamantly stated lie said housing, list it in Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results!
The resolution met full approv.al he felt that the problem: had
: of the commission with the t'x- gone further than the raise In Star-Advocate'!
The
ception of a qualified "a>e" vote pay for whirls the unions had or -- --- -- ,- -
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I I at a farewell) luncheon Monday at the Col- The Tullinens wIll be making their homein 'P .' Iwo
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TEENAGE ROUKb'SbON! -- Two members of the Ti- day Dec. 31. ;

i tusville Jaycees are shown above as they present the CheeseI
drivers education instructors at Parkway School with a Tides Cottage
film concerning "Teenage Rodeo" coming soon The film Low
Will be shown to the students at Parkway and Titusville high

1 High Representatives from the schools will meet for a Tuesday, Fob 25
_
I local contest and then at the state level and then the 7:08: a.m. 12:45: am I ._ :..... ".T .__ .. ;:.:._ 1t :'....,' ." ......",t J '
left Donald
i national event. Shown above are from : 7:20: p.m.. 1:18: p.m.
Jones, member of the Jaycees; Charles Sheeler, chair

'f man of the event which is sponsored by the local club Wednesday, Feb 26 MORTON FROZEN Choc? Banana. Lemon, Neapolitan. Coconut
and Henry Lowe and Jack Boone, instructors at Parkway 7:56: a.m. 1:37: a.m. Ii A i.

I School. (S-A Photo) 8:11: p.m. 2.06 p.m. 50ExtrlTopValueSumps OF Cream P.esFomilY39,1WITH
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PICTURE Earth Moving Equipment Office Equipment and i I
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ART SUPPLIES PRINTS I Equipment Co.Sales Vie bay a every aaleanian day i la yourarea 50 Exlra Top Valli Stamps JL ANANA5
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
& Rentals
NON GLARE GLASS Bishop Office Equip. Co., Inc.
445 No. Orange Avo. Orlando 1342 W. Church UOO E. Colonial Dr. Orlando ONe ills. IepLN. IILUWIIY,
Orlando 4234474 OA 1.!801 Collect Diced Chicken t '

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FLOOR COVERINGDo ORGANS Golden
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Central Florida's Oldest and Ex Central WALL I Fla TILE... Largest- FLOOR Stock of ({ ,. -I
elusive Automatic Trinsmlstlon I Asphalt, Vinyl, Plastic Cork Tiles ) II'L S i Firm
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Renault and Peaugcot --- -- ANY WINN-DIXIE ''L i ,/ SWEET JUICY FLORIDA

Sales & Service .r.Uraperlea.. O.or..lIlI*Custom Cabin, 8."t.Crafts Glade Johnny Gentile's 2' J ; 4 ./ Oranges 5B B59t

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Rehse Motors BARNES DRAPERY & FLOOR Pawn Shop JUICY, SWEET FLORIDA

249 Boon St. Orlando COVERINGS, INC.2'tl5 SB". 59
Estab, I Years Grapefruit
:' N. Orange Orlando 5-3487
Quality Used Imports Wa Buy, Sell, and Trade Anything 50 Extra Top Value Stamp -'-. .
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE t OF \ s e:
FURNITURE Gun., TV, Cameras, Radios, etc '
AUTO SALES A SERVICE -- 1122 W. Church, Orlando, GA 5-4013 THRU ,...*. ,..0..* I

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Dodge Dart Dodg. Trucks Open Mon joT!. Nli a III 9 PM. Murals Walltx Ben).
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Moor Paints _it i:,!.; .." ....* .- ::
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Puts and Strvic Specializing In Guns '
Silver Nickel Copper llrtuTRAILER -
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2-B TRuv1111Florlda( ) Stir-Advoeift Monday, rnr rmrrir rorwr or TUB' prayed for In the Complaint there fw wt* for'' Bituro? Ponntr, rrrrrrtor IT MAY CONCUR X.\MF: :
I I >TII Jl I".I'I ''.. ClIlIIIr DF The reel property> being foreclosedupon Florida. In Chancery, for Dlvorre.tbe TO WHOM. hereby. given. that weintend
1.011101'1 l AM FOB BKt-: I.I situate, lying. and being la abort title so.A-L: aotloa'belncROBERT Notice la with the. of '
STARADVOCATE'SCrossword ,"J> COCXTY. Ir.yud County, Florid and la E. ETON. Plaintiff to rer'atar' .c'lk
Brevard
MISTER BREGER .... BARBARA K. STAPLK- the Circuit Court of County
,\ ISO. rilflfl described as follows: to-wlt: ,
NOTICE Of CtT Lot 1 Block CC. Bow Otrdtn TON De4n..aat, these. pneent. are. Florida, the JANITORIALaSERV..
MORTaAOB. CORP. OF election. C-l, Brevard County. to cau.a" require you to file "8VFERIOR
( '( Puzzle In Plat' Book 13, Page M.Fublla Complaint filed herein, and t. carry on .urof :
.. Florida.JOHN I
Plaintiff a the
Plaintiff Record of Br vard serve a copy thereof upon
va County, Florida.I attorney oa or before the 3ota day :- L. TEW
ACROSS DOWJf 20. :Zntlr 1 rs DONE AND ORDERED: .at TIUUviii. of Much AD. 1964. otberwtae a ARTHUR A. RICH
FOMZa: C., Flor
1. Fondles 1. Character 22.Tat.tercl. II' corporation: at al., a .. Florida, tats 7th day ol Decree Fro Coafeaeo will .*. entered Croften, Brewer. HollaedAttornera
0 Portico: Or. In a play h t A n [)Ptoa..".. February, 1964.CURTIS against you ana, the cause. pre'ceed O. Bog ai STltuavtlle LawP.
t&1 R. BARNES:- ex ..
8. An Inftulbto 2.A Great cloth v o ARTHUR F. BECK Clark of the Circuit Court WITNESS Qart my band and official Fiord
Lake residence unknownD. Feb. 10. 17. 24. Mar. 2 (Mo..) 1964.
compound 23. Oar. '-- By: V 9. Scantier teal at Tltusvllle, Brevard County
8. CLARKE
10. Packing 3.Layers deiurs i 1 I, Boston )Ia.. Deputy Clerk. Florida thus 14th day of February
( J COURT: SEAL) A.D. 11M4.ICOURT .
container Man's
tool a of TOil are hereby notified that a Feb. 10, IT. 21, Mar. 2 (X on.) 1964. SEAL The C73-'
12. Bay window nickname 24. Heat. a r has keen filed. atalnit Curtis R. Barnea
13. Older 6.Beetle M A i s in Circuit Court. la
aa U the above styled Court for Clerk of the
e brother Of 6. Followed, glaM y 1 I of that certain mortgage 1'1' Tin n"U'IT, CO'RT" "I"'T"'l'IHl'IU and For Brevard. County,
1'lItC"lIT 01" CLISRIUIIv
Moses ft In official! record book 2s.. FloridaBy
as tracks 24. Arouse >
AM IUH IIKKVAKO ('OLNTtI : H. C. Ruasell D.C.
.. 61, Brtvard County, Florida.
14. CM 1 7.Rowing :from. Aaiwer Record, and. are Iltt'FR1o; : 17IM Gordon V. Frederick
company Implement sleep 39. Shinto to lie..... a copy of you your' ROBERT: E.. STAFLETON1. Attorney. for Plaintiff
11 t L customer .' 8.On top 20. Eater temple ether defensive pleading Plaintiff 110 Eaal Commercial StreetSuite
15. Cooks Fearless cl I .... on Plaintiffs r..qUlr-1 -va- I Kirk Plane
87. Large : :>l If. SCWWARZ. P. BARBARA E. STAPLETON" P. O. Box 1T9Sftanford
until ness clete add volume Florida
1120 Denver Avenue. DefendantNOTICE 'lTMon:
brittle U 11 Half ems 30. Yuharas.. On taocean ., and file the original .n...... or i lOrn i Feb. 17. 24, Mar ,) 1964. \
bacon IS.Mountain man'j pole defensive) pleading In the office THE STAT! OF FLORIDA TO
15. Recto: .., 31. Mliiourl: 40. Girl's! the Clerk. of the Circuit Court. BARBARA E.: STAPLETON I 35e "Most folks who slap you
I LEGAL PADS Supply
abbr. pus .. Florida, on or before the 2021 North Tint StreetIronton Big on the back expect you to
13.Exclama. abbr. name day of Much 29414. If you fall OhioA I ?Se" < each at the tar.AdvocateI "
IT. Shallow tlon 31. Glow 42. Soak flax do so. a Decree Pro Conftaao will Sworn Complaint having been. I Office. cough up something.
19.Mother of taken sfilnst you for the relief filed acalnil you In the Circuit

Irish gads I 1. 3... ? 6 '. 1 e t izC; r ,

21.Province: I HATE TO 6ETOIT FROM 1 fAC/Y34J i
WHAT ELSE CAM
Can. 'J 10 II UNPE TUBE WARM COVERS
25.Festival t } YOU DO ? I I
TO CLC9S THAT WINDOW
2?.Mend Mocks Ir ii/ 0 I

r,. IML.w... censer. I ., IN4 w .,, l
28.Vlnerar 1 14- I 15

32.AlcohoUo worm l Ito 11 18 7/ "Uh. .there's a P. T. A. meeting at school IlluT (

beverage row night, just you two and my teachers J

33.Apart 19 10 I a. 13 14

35.:Personalpronoun er out1 but to forgive her. This IS Tuft: n.C"IT :
b liD I'//V'/-'l'/. l.1 NINTH JUDICIAL:
38. Backed poor woman, like thousands of AND rout ..."". : ''

financially L8 29 3Q 31 I : $1- other screaming mothers, it rLoatut.Ci5t eteMT. HO.' ST."lf ty e1

39.Lhasa, wretched and miserable. Tem NOTICE TO :
holy man ://Vfi // 5.:5: 135' NANNKTTX CLARICE !b
41.BooX of per your judgement with mercy. '

Old 31 36 351 4Testament CEORQ'B
RONALD
Ann: Is it possible for a
42. Fray 41 4z married Tot Ronald
George "
43.A catkin. man to keep in close Keddaacej ,k ::

44. Arabian 4) 44-- touch with a former girl friend Notice la hereby ( <::::::,lY/ PIP "SOU SEE THE- AND WIWT /SALES ARE WAY I HOPE US KNOWS VCU'RE' TAKING *
tomittnlnl, pee diverse LATEST XVVERA5ES? WARE ABOUT THE CaWWjys BOWLINS TOWNAWENi;
chieftains A30Ui' V OUT IN FRONT. SIR
and still be faithful to his wife? .
against by the I
you
45. Comfort 4S : HOUSNS: is WAY POM/ SALES, A-i __ HI/
above styled court and ?
48.: Hardy The woman is 31 and has had by required. to serve a X AND SUPPING HAS RISEN! FLAGSTCNc tl 1111

heroine three unsuccessful marriages. answer and pleading
s N REALLY}
lam Wooriion, P. O.
After her last divorce she called Uallle Florida, \ /

----- --- Rod and said she had to talk plaintiff and file the
aver or pleading In
to him. He hopped into the car the Clerk of the

and drove right over to her place.It Tlluevllle., Ilrevard<
on or before the (th
was 2:30: a.m. before he got 1IM4. If you fall to. do .
Ann LandersHiccup Pro Confrssjo will be
home you for the relief ..

This woman has a f0-yenr-old complaint.
TbU, notice shall be
daughter who calls! my husband once a week fnr four

Treatment "Uncle Rod." I was furious 'I cate.Weeks. In the Tltwsvllla, 9c g3nAPJ

when I learned he took this childto Done anA Ordered. at 2'2
Florida this alit day
the circus but was too busyto 19C4

take his own three youngsters! (COURT SEAL)
CurUt K .
Dear Ann Landers: Is it pos of "screaming mothers" their (I found the ticket stubs in his Clerk of the SODIDIMYDFARHOWAE9OUT NO) SECOND-THOUGHT;
Icy Berlle IREALLYENJ/T' Jt BETTER STICK
Hall ALIiTLE
pocket.)
sible for a person to bring the hclpleis children. Lie uty Clerk IHADA 11ATINoiYtlUTAII GOODBYE TDTHB PBTrTB,

hiccups on himself? The fellowto My little brother and I were I've put up with this pal stuff J.Attorney William for Woo.lion 1'lalnlttt'P. ; WONDERFUL / ATHLETICGIRIS,! KISS? NELPLE49TYPE: .

whom I'm engaged managesto screamed at, slapped and knocked for 12 years. Rod claims he is U. Uox Ills. SKATING TIME

get the hiccups at the most around almost every day of serving !humanity Advise, Eau Feb. 8 Oallle. 10 17, ,Florida 24 tMon.) MR. nABERNATHY.

inopportune times. I believe our lives. Dad would say, please I.M. FED I IV THE ClNCI-IT f 1 ?'" I

Bud does it to attract attention, "Mother doesn't mean It. She's Dear Fed: It's time the girl I NINTH!' JUDICIAL ( 7

although he denies it. nervous." found an unmarried humanitar f AM HT.ITK*'5)51 or >HR I.UKII:\.\ ,\

Last week In the theater Bud My brother had an ulcer ian to cry on. And it's time your I ( t.MKHY. rll. f)87::
NOTITK.TO ': :
started ticclng! and I mean operation when he was 15 and husband grew up. ,\rr F.\It AND:>I ::' .

loud. He hicced for five minutes died three months later. I hada Ann Landers will be glad to JOHN E. SPARKS l :

straight. Everyone in the nervous breakdown during my help you with your problems. NATALTA TAMARA"' / > i ;;

place was, roaring with laughter.I ; junior year in high school, and Send them to her in care of this -

told him *p out it out because psnt t ten months. 'in a*. private new paper. enclosing<< a stamped, The TO Natalya State ,t Tamara Florid. .

ho was enibirrasslng me. Bud hospital self-addressed\ !envelope.! 1000 Steffana WELLTHEREISSOAETHINO' BOBSy NELSONS FATHER BOUGHT ( HEUO, HOW MUCH

said he couldn't help it. FinallyI Lincoln Park a..1'J'f / HIM A KEEM TRAIN WITH A 1 SVUWANTFORTHETHERE
I'm a senior in college now, TOU NATALTA .
warned him that if he hiccuped working part-time to pay for !NOT1CB Of KII.IMO rr.TITIOSI: a SPARKS Complaint, .are for hereby UWCtE. WH1STlEANDEVERYTHING J I NEWtRKCENTRAL?
roM rinse DisniAiuiE!! : or
one more time I was walkingout. psychiatric therapy. Mother still ADMI3IITHATOR WITH WILLAN.MCXKU filed' agatnat you. and ANYTHING a
quired
to serve a e
disappeared
The hiccups screams at me every day, and : Answer or Heading to :: THEN
Notice li hereby a-lvan that I have
immediately reminds me of how much she file my final return .. Administrator the plaint Law to Office the of.( PiArou WANrRI1 l 1 l Q// tow 1 11 uvFOR1Yil1R

What doe this sound like to with Will Annexed of the Kill Harbor City .. IC
went through to raise me. Thank U of LOCH E. OLsEN deceased; 809 Harbor City IC G THAT %

you? Do you know of' a quick God I've learned to tune her out that t have. filed my petition for flee Box 1216. Eau. BIRTHDAY WHAT
distribution and for final I dlacharre THIS
y hiccup cure? Thanks for your but it has taken years and, that on March 4, 1U64, I will and Pleading to: file\la the the original Office ': YEAR? VOO
apply to the. Honorable. Virgil B. SHALL
of Circuit! Court .
help. CHAGRINED If Mother" on
"Screaming
my Conkllnt, County Judge of OrevardCouaty lt> day of March, 1164 HAVE
Dear Chagrined: Some peoplecan had had some therapy perhapsshe : for approval of old Final HEREIN FAIL Nl>
Return and for an Order of Distribution
Pro Confeaao
bring on their hiccups. Bud would not have made emo and for Final Dlsoharfe aa you will b. LIIPE,4AyJ ,

not have this Administrator! With Will Annexedof Thla Notice" ibiD
out her child.
may or may tional cripple.. of
the Ealataj of Loul. \E. Olaen. de one a week for four .
dubious talent f ren. DELORES (which in eo..elt ....k. In the Tltuavllle
\ ROY EDWARD: OL ENAdmlnl.lralo.
fate THuevllle,
One thing seems ;lear, how Spanish means DAUGHTER OF With Will DONE AND Florlilo.

SORROW.) Annexed of the Estate ofLnuli vllle' Bravard County,
the hiccupshe
ever once he gets .:. Olsen deceased. 7th day of February !
plays 'em for all they're WILLIAMS OKILICH CURTIS H.
Dear\ Delores: If your therapyIs Attorneys for Estate CLERK: or
worth. P. O. Box IISMelbourne
By V. 8.
a total success you will not Florida 8panlcr
Deputy Clerk
Thete arc many home cures only be able to "tune your moth- Feb 8, 10, IT, 14 (Mon.) 1964. Court 8 eal l)

for simple hiccups. The one -- -- Feb 10 17. 14. Mar. 2 ) T

that worki best for me Is this:

Hold the breath as long as possible b

then take a sip of water and TELEVISION 1i'c

hold the breath again- until the

hiccups disappear, I(


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February 24, 1964 TttvtvllU (Florida) Star Advocate Page 3-B

Commission Urges Strike End But Not Union ForcedBrevard I FtS"f; ; (
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County Commissionersgot from commissioner Gus Fatilk iginally gone on strike
vsa. TOOTS. ED AND SUE BENZENHAFER
into the thl,k of the Florida "I want my position clear) on "In passing this resolution. I ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF
want it dearly un l icrl..n"I thatI
East Coast Raildwav \s union this resolution. Faulk !said I "I'm
I do not undone ithtrbeildini.< .: BUSY B'S PRINTING CO., Inc.
problems: ThursdivCommissioner in full agreement( that there .
I could not afford it I in mv bunme JKKHTKtN'MtK a -lus! 1rY ItlllllINU
Dick Mulilrow nerds! to be a settlement on the
neither could ofou
**
any .
strike'. but 1 don want to be put PHONE 267 4138 P. O. BOX 1173
introduced a resolution asking the (speaking to the commission) and
Federal government to expedite Into the position where I'm voting neither can Florida fast: Toast," Tin -MI it
for forced settlement with the j PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
a solution to the )'ear old rail a Faulk pointed out.
road strike sating that the union, LETTER PRESS AND OFFSET
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strike it damaging the integrity "1 have no sympathy with the HUM: rillINK til?-MM OH 'lel-$'Nta

of the United States and union in this case,." the colorful If you have rental -- -
eCl hampering the defense and spare commissioner (from North Ire--

programs ," yard adamantly ttated He said
The resolution met full approval he felt that the problem hail housing, list it in Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results!

; I of the commission with the excrption none: further than the raise In The Star-Advocate! I II
y of a qualified "ajeote pay for which the unions had or I
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FAREWELL JNCHEON( -Mrs\ Ina Tul- retary Mrs Goldie Dean president Mrs RESERVEDPRICES

linen was honored guest of her Eta Eta Tullinen. Mrs. Dean's sister and then mother GOOD
WHEN YOU BUY ONE 4-LB. SWIFT PREMIUM
Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Sorority sisters Mrs Aino Nylund (from New York I THRUwtNN.aueNr.roanus.
L.
FEBRUARY 26TH
I I at a farewel) luncheon Monday at the Col. The Tullinens will be making their homein i : ,

onial Luncheon From left are Mrs. Bait Riverside California- Carlson( Photo). roe. r l CANNED HAM

I bara Wicker chapter corresponding sec-

I

Local Seaman Now

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In Mediterranean

A000 aES
Dewey E Schutt seaman ap- ST
&Ip r p'e1tl'p., USN, son of Mr anti Si ; BONELESS CANNEDHAM
Mr John C. Schutt of 29.23

South Hopkins Titusville, is REG. 79* FRIED
serving aboard the antisubmarine 'Ilhlb
Fish Sticks 59'
aircraft carrier USS EsMX Box ? .,,,
1 opeia'in.j Oct of Quonset so EXTRA STAMPS CHOPPED SHAPED k '+

iiiK:; Point R. 1. Cube Steaks, :":198

Essex 1 Is currently in the New so EXTRA STAMPS TARNOW COOKED

York Naval Shipyard Brooklyn Sli i. Ham ; 69
undergoing overhaul. Upon com 6 ,. ""''Q f

+rI pletlon of the overhaul she will FULLY COOKED AND
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READY TO SERVE .
group..'n anti submarine hunter.killer -I


Essex i* the Navy's oldest nos u.c:1, ..'\: >"'i ,JI"t' .: ;:&!.,, ,1("'.:..."' __ _....>.._ 0'
operating aircraft carrier, and
celebrated her twenty-first! birth
TEENAGE RODEb'SbON) Two members of the Ti. day Dec. 31 Sua so/wlVl SAVE 10 SUPERBRAND 1-LB. CUPCottage

tusville Jaycees are shown above as they present the
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\ drivers education instructors at Parkway School with a 197.
Tides Cheese
I film concerning "Teenage Rodeo" coming soon The film ,
will be shown to the students at Parkway and Titusville High Low

I High. Representatives from the schools will meet for a Tuesday, Feb. 25
local contest and then at the state level and then the ... ,.
7:08: a.m. 12:43: --- -
I "national event Shown above are from left: Donald 7:20: p.m. 1:18: p.m. ..'!::.;... _= .:: 1".i" ... _.:. :: .......... ..ii
Jones, member of the Jaycees ; Charles Sheeler, chair.
man of the event which is sponsored by the local club ; Wednesday, Fob, 24
1 and Henry Lowe and Jack Boone, instructors at Parkway 7:56 a.m. 1:37: a.m i MORTON FROZEN Owe. Banana, Utmon Neapolitan. Coconut

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ON.II .L. ,.... ya O' e5A I r
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BeviSed Crabs 79r ".
ART SUPPLIES & FRAMING CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT OFFICE EQUIPMENT 21 AT 'ANY WINN.DtXlr ; Pkg. ,
J l

r STERN'S ART CENTER I FULL LINE OF The Most Complete Display --
PICTURE FRAMING Earth Moving Equipment Office Equipment and
ORIGINAL PAINTINGSART Adam Construction Office Supplies In This Aroa.

SUPPLIES PRINTS I Equipment Co. \\'. hv area a every salesmen day In your 50 Extra Top Value StampsWITH

NON.GLARE GLASS Salts A Rentals THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
Bishop Office Equip Co., Inc.
MS No. Orange Ave. Orlando Orlando 1342 W. Church 11)00 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando On ,.... ".0.... 'LL'ILI"'
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AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION .
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Salts & Service Ur.erlu. Cu.tom I.ad. 27 S G
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Rehte Motors tret Decorating Servkt Johnny Oranges 5B BL4 59'

BARNES DRAPERY & FLOOR Shop
249 Boon St. Orlando COVERINGS, INC. i /r JUICY, SWEET FLORIDAGrapefruit
TVS N Orang. Orlando I-34S7 Esttb. 8 Yoors t 8 59'
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54 Store Buying Power -WATKINS- PAINTS- GOOD TN.U "...u.... ."to '

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GA 5.2681 Low Easy Terms Plastic Coated Wallpapers
Dodge Dart Dodge Trucks OTWI Mon. Jrrl. Nlm til a P !H Murals Wallttx Ben|.
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PLYMOUTH VALIANT Trading Post (toITHI.: rl.oaD.kPL.tr1ti t2auilrlt I 1 / Auer e 1 r .
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CHRYSLER IO.Cadlum J''A.ft' .
Salts Loans & Trades on Anything .
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Plating : awry 4 ,
Parts and Service Specializing In Guns t 1 i r/
Used Cars Open 1 A. M. to 7 P. M. llvtr Nickel Coppir brass GRITS
1040 N. Orange, Orlando, GA 2.4541 Routo 50 on Way to Orlando nufflna and Lscqu.rlnfel)0 s /
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AUTO SALES & SERVICE OFFICE---SUPPLIES- -TRAVEL- --BUREAU- ''Ci 3FORI:: 1'9Q'; 5"; 1O


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Ctntral Fl.'.. Loading Dealer for Open All Day SaturdayOne tio1f % TRAVEL Limit 2 with $2.SO food order Greet Wok".Upt, Save. Limit I w"h $1.50 food order limit 2 wll" $2.50 food order Stock up (for your PupMond.y
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FIJI 4-8 ""' ''''''IPIOfIdd( ) Star. Advocate Monday, Pbruary24,1944 .





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





r For Rent GLAMOR GIRLS"You Mobile Homes Real Estate Real Estate

CLASSIFIED HOUSES FOR RENT TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE BUYS102Approximately
ACREAGE FOR SAL
INFORMATIONDEADLINE I I It7
AVAILABLE MARCH 1st, large for HOUSES FOR SAL
CABANA AND trailer lot sale.
.10 ACRES In Indian River
I Before unfurnished 3 bedroom house, 2 City
p.m. Day Fenced In yard. Call 267-7481 between three acres
Publication For W.d. Frl. tile bath, built-in range and area, $550 per acre, 29% down
U -A.M. Pat For Moo.\ Publication oven, carporte and utility. $133 a 8 and 7pm. balance 3 years. 100 acres ft BEDROOM, 2 llllIt. new. lowdown with 183 ft. on Tropic: Street.

monthly. 2671928. nil of railroad frontage plus Vs ( payment. Nicest section laTlttisvOI See this for an apartment or
WANT AD RATES -- -- Mobile Home Owners mile of Indian River Frontage, *. Forest Hills. 267-1364 building site. Priced at
S c.nla per word IRC, 2 bedroom, like new, no small $600 per acre, 29% down, balance
Minimum Chart* S0o children or pets. 2676143. 68'' LIVE RENTFREE open.) A few 3 l/S acre horoesites ROOM HOUSE by owner 267- $22,000.

pm. available $1500 per acre, 29% 2470.

ALL, CLASSIFIED ADA down, balance 5 years. Call 103-40 acres with 1320 ft. on
PAYABLE: IN ADVANCE OFFICES FOR RENT
Except Eitabllabtd Account ear I _Wessner. Realty, 287-7125. LOTS FOR SAL Rt. 48. High land with lots of

OFFICE SPACE for rent also I FIVE ACRES good high land 330 oak and palm trees. Todays

Zliulflti Display Rat Available suitable for repair shop. Inquire Invest $20 down payment andpay feet frontage on County Road. NEAR LAKE HARNEY, In pine price, $1100 oer acre.
.
on R 4uit Like Nu Furniture. 609 Main St. and $6,000. Terms. Call Arrow Realty
only $20 monthly woods. Approved for building.
The BUr-Advocat rtiervei the 2673325. 0':: 267.7037, on U.S. 1, Indian
>rlvlltr ot rcvlalnf or rejecUne j will buy and possess your Restricted Lake Harney access.Phone .
any advrtMan( .nt which It d.ems J ROOMS FOR RENT I extra large full acre trailer lot. River City, Fla.HOUSES Geneva 3493191. 108-Five beautiful acres with
ohjecllonabla and be cbaD,. tb. Become your own landlord.Don't I 330 ft. on Eurkholm Road. All
FOR SALE
elaulflcatlon
( that ordered any to adverll..mantruin conform to LARGE ROOM, private bath, private tear up rent receipts each high and dry. Only $1100 per
.... the policy of thli paper. entrance AM 7-2309. month. More than 150 happy IMMEDIATE bed. WE WILL
OCCUPANCY BUILD Terms
,
acre.
.. open.
Tb. Btar- > cate will not te --- -- families now reside In our Beautiful I
rtiponalble far more than one Incorrect SINGLE BEDROOM, private entrance Trailer Community. Only a room, 2 bath, screened porch,
Iniertlcm nor will' It be refrigerator near shop. double carporte, and many ex: TO SUIT
liable for any error .In adrenin- few lots left. Visit us and see tras. Located in Palm Courts YOU 124-15 acres with appro:
center. 78633..
oientr to a creator extent than ping for yourself the finest Mobile and 1000 ft. SR 46 frontage .near i
near public parochial
the colt of the apace occupied! by Home Park In all Florida.
the Item .In the advertisement.Bucloeu SLEEPING ROOMS: and efficiencies schools and shopping center. On Your Lot 195 Interchange. $$35 front

for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- CHRISTMAS PARK Newly redecorated Interior, foot. i
7
A New Home
Office. 88 Mali' Btreet 3400. LO Route 30 Christmas, Florida $14,200 with easy terms. Ryan e
126-240 acres north of Mims
Vial AM 7-OS31 Phone Orlando 273-1727 Realty, 2674691.
NEWLY FURNISHED, Itt con A New RoomWe
Office Hours 1:00: to Iao: on good county roads with
ditioning, TV, Maid service, $30 THREE BEDROOM, 2 baths. Split
weekly. 2327 S. Washington or xl/e lwa. Hal veu rl+el Direction 12 miles west of level home $800. cash down will furnish plans, and make 2900 ft. railroad frontage and

call 267.:5407. t U.S. No. 1 & Titusvilleon handles. Call Arrow Realty 267. loan arrangements: with no 4600 ft. of) good county road.

AnimalsMUST run along home, Miss Dymple. Ill stay here Highway :50. 7037, on U.S. No. 1, Indian River down payment Give us a call Would make excellent industrial
LOW rates, clean rooms for work "
with
and down the ship
men. 103. Call 2S7.6183 or 267- go City, Fla. No Obligation or development site. $750

SELL AKC German 3992. CASH per acre with 23: % down.
Shep. I Motorcycles For Sale 267.6789J
herd, 9 months, black and tan, WAREHOUSE FOR RENT For Sale Help WantedMALI For your house equity

good with 1 children, house brok- I 267.3262 M. CHEWNING 133-10 acres near Rts. 405 and
en. 2672617. STORAGE SPACE in metal build FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES, HELP WANTED 1M2 TRIUMPH: Tiger Cub, good Construction Co. :50. Speculative price of $450
condition. Call 2671279. LOVELY HOME In Whispering
ing on Nevins Court, rear of floor samples, greatly reduced -
AKC REGISTERED Chihuahuas, Star-Advocate building. Avail. I to make room for new merchandise HANDY MAN Hills, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, swim- 647 Highland Terrace per acre
2926 South Hopkins Ave, 2073SS9 able Feb. 15th.. See H. H. Hudson for new lines. Buy of a life Part time. Phone I Moving StorageLOCAL ming pool, family room with fire TitusvilleBUYERS

after 5pm.Building at Star-Advocate. time. 2111 Garden, 267-3733 or) 2671481. place. Immediate occupancy, 141-Ten acres of good high
I 267-1928. AND LONG distance mov down payment greatly reduce
For Sale I Insurance ers Noting, storage, packing, 267.0467, land adjoining orange grove.
& Const. FURNITURE shipping, cold fur storage crat $800 per acre. Terms open.
i BRAND NEW overstocked. Must I II ing. Free estimates. 2673341. BRENTWOOD ESTATES WAITING

W1DY CONSTRUCTION, resident. COMPLETE watt amp, HIFI hobby horse heath-kit, Infant, 20 I $11977.sell 7 piece 3 I complete living II \ rooms room, $24850 suites, RUSSELL _Brenrd_ Ridjeway_ Mayflower.n_ _____ 4 open.well Brentwood planned models Estates are Is min-now 145-38 acres with! approx.: 2000
COMMERCIAL: needed
rocking swan rocking chair, Infants INSURANCEInc. utes from downtown Titusville, listings ft. of county road frontage
lots, commercial and remodeling no money down, easy terms. Call Plumbing Supply
seat. 267.5976. for sales and lease-back. We and lots of oak and
12 years in Titusville. Licensed I 267.5735. Open Sunday, 108( I Vest on Garden Street. FHA hickory,
VA, 23-4 bedroom homes, from win friends getting results. Call
and bonded. Phone AM 72326. MILANTI ACCORDIAN, 3 switch SEPTICTANKSof palm trees. $$1000 per acre,
FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine $35 monthly, I 2677325.
block model excellent 2001 So. Washington Ave. I Ielr.s d'saJ.very'lRESIDENTIAL terms open.
41, con : -
furniture.
Business OpportunityBEER I 8 piece bedroom suite. concrete, steel-rein- thing 267-7142 or NE
dition. 217 5392.!. 7 piece dinette all only $13.S3 Phone 267.6720 state-approved, sizes 540 Campbell Associates
--
BAR, complete real.estate ALUMINUM! ELECTRIC stove, per month Decor Furniture, 206 gals., 630 gals. 735: gals., and 1000 ALL electric, 3 146-20 acres with small grove
and business, $20,000 total. Call 40 x 26, $39 Portable aircoolerwith I N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian Rir Mobile HomesTRAILERS ,[ ls. Grease traps installed, tanks bedroom 2 bath, Florida room, INC.-REALTORS and CBS house and 660 ft. on
Phone central heat and air, well large
er City 2677613.
pumped and cleaned drain fields
Arrow Realty 267-7037, on U. S. staad. $20. 2672004. SR 46 near I 1-95 interchange.
porch, landscaped. 2676991.
1, Indian River City, Fla. FOR SALE relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman. 210 S. Washington Titusville Priced at $1100 per) acre with
REPOSSESSED SPINET PIANO Help Wanted Septic Tanks, Inc., Phone AM 7421. TITUSVILLE-2U13 267-7323: Anytime I
Child Care Used only 4 months, take over I P. O. Box 2016 Titusville. Merry Lane 3 29% down
air
-- MOONLANDMobile Florida. bedrooms carpeted, con
small monthly payments. LICENSED REAL ESTATE"sale ditioned, $11,900. 267.9933

r ,wilt CARE for children In own KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC I personnel( nan or woman, top I Continued' on Neal rage 157-10 acres adjacent to north

home, by day or week. 2S7-0310 .___2126_W..__Tropic 267-6383. commission. Brokers help but no Home SalesU.S. Real Estate OWNER LEAVING Titusville city limits. '$22 q
Modern\ 2 BdRm home located in
300 FT. OF 4 ft. chain link fence competition. Campbell Associates acre with terms.
per
CHILD. C1dfay tour, day or 2 gates best offer. 267-6317. Titusville 2677123, out of 1 North of Overpass ACREAGE FOR SALES established residential area, not
week BE SAFE!
River Heights.AM I town call collect. a development, convenient to
7-576J. schools and town. 6 fruit trees 161-20 acres with 660 ft.
REPOSSESSED DIAMONDSPay --- --- Titusville oIl}
ACRE plots of land near Titus
COOK DISHWASHER, front boys, and old shade trees. Custom Route 48 I9S Inter
only balance. Jean's Jewelry, ville road near
good good water
,
For Rent Big Apple Plaza. 5 miles no. Mims.\ Home's Rest Mobile Homes cleared, excellent for pasture or built home with city water and BE SURE! change x 1320 ft. depth. High!
aurant. In addition there is
sewer. an and dry at only $2000 per
farming, good home site. Rea
t ARTICLES FOR RENT LARGE SELECTION of used refrigerators attached lot facing US1 for business acre. 29'* down, balance 15
SUPERINTENDENT WITH TRAILERS POR SAL Ion able.. Apply Box L, StarAdvocate.
priced from $49 to experience investment.
FHA .
or or Deal Only years @ 6r., i|
FOR KENT $100. $::5.00 down, $1.25 weekly ) in, soil, cement streets conventional financing. Shown by .
Use our easy-pay plan. Goodyear and curbs. Call 267-7131. HAYES TEN R S southwest of Indian appointment only. W. J,"Smith, 162-25 acres di4ided liyiiod

4 Floor Sanders .Polishers Service Store, 315 S. HopkinsAve. WANTED, RETIRED sober coupleto TRAILER SALES River City. C.OOO. Cash total Realtor phone 267.3511 With AREALTOR county road with over one \\I
Phone AM 7
3233 .
Titusville, Fla., phone 267-
Call Arrow 267- .
live In and manage small New and Used Mobile Homes price. Realty mile railroad frontage. Priced
3013. hotel. 7037' on U.S. 1 Indian River
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET Apartment References. to sell JlW.160) per acre
TENDER PRECISION electric Respond Box 1836, Titusville. 8210 E. Colonial Drive City with t terms.

Baldwin Shopping Center base guitar. Blonde finish with Orlando 277-9671
accessories, plus fender leather FEMALE HELP WANTED Look for this
APARTMENTS FOR RENT I 170-Two V4 acre building siteson
case. Base guitar, list price $279; NEW 1964 symbol for your good county road just off

BEDROOM' unfurnished apart. guitar ewe, list price $60} worth Excellent WOMAN TO live in home watching Special $3,995 :30 x SKYLINE 10, 2 bedroom Fla.'w protection. It signifies e Old Dixie between Slims\ and
: near $350: sacrifice at $200. -
ment, also 21room furnished
Titusville. $2950 each with
condition. Call Ron, 267- children. Start soon Box A, Star- Including washing( machine, furn- Integrity
house ((1st and last months rent). Advocate. iture, delivery and set-up. Low and 113 down!
: Call before 11 a.m.> 2677586.: 0331 or 267-713 after 7pm. down payment. 7 years financing. high professional
REFINED WOMAN (white), seed '-: 178-7 acres Industrial site with
MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES standing. Deal
AWNING aluminum only
TRAILER JESS W. CHILDRE
APARTMENTS AND trailers.
ft. railroad Close
30-30 to manage and mind home, 500 frontage
Weekly, monthly rates., Adults approximately 40 feet, $150. Lot must be free to live In. References Authorized Skyline dealer r with a Realtor Only a In, between Titusville l:; and
1224 No. U.S. 1 No. of .'
75 Mobile Manor. .
overpass
only.) :504 Garden. I MBA LTOM .NIL000 Mims. $3300
!, steady well paying position Titusville, 267.3081 Realtor displays this seal Only per acre.
1 17" used Bendix table model for right person. Write M. Good terms.

DUPLEX FOR RENT T.V. $44, only $500 down and C., P. O Box 342 Titusville (' George M. Barley, Jr., 183-Investors dream. 171 acres

3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, garage, air, $1.25 weekly. Use our easy-pay WAITRESS WANTED. Old Folks II Inc less than hour drive from TI.
3150 monthly. 267-6538. I plan. Goodyear Service Store, ************ h
Truck Stop. Mims. Bryan-Conway & tusville adjoining popular
315 S. Hopkins Ave., Titusville,
i Just off U.S. No.
golf course.
HOUSES FOR RENT Fla., phone 267-3013. PEACE COSTS MONEY Winstead, Inc.
1 and short distance from inland
MALI HELP
WANTED Yti
+ -3 BEDROOM\ 1 bath, 222 Golfvievr, i BUY U.S. SAVINGS BOND$ :+ caw Campbell Associates, waterway and beaches.
2675946. ENVELOPES Business Sizes Inc. Has over Vi mile fronting

t bedrooms Also !Kraft Envelopes with clasp SERVICE STATION attendant and ***** ******1 240' Main Street frontage J, W. Childre, Realtor golf with course.water All high and and dry
TITUSVILLE, 3 mechanic. Full and part time. city sewage.
Full at Star-
for stocx
steel! table top stove, built in mailing.' Must\ have references. Salary 400' spur tract. 87,120 square Sydney Schwartz Priced low at $2200 per acre

oven, screened room. 2673888. Advocate. and commission. Tup's PureService. feet of space. Will sell all or Danenburg's Beach with builders teams and releases

---- I 807 U. S. 1, City. part. Zoned B2. ideal for Realty .

If you have real estateto contractors plant and storage Edwards Realty 192-10 acres close to new 405.
yard, wholesale warehouse. Excellent developable land.
FOR THE C Ed Kittles Agency Buy at $1100 per acre with

: .A Now Open HOUSE HUNTER sell, or if you are p $ DEL Ifl Call J, W. Childre 7-2541 RealtyAM L. B. Newman good terms.

M. N. Weir & Son, Inc 196-1 Vi acre nicely wooded in
4 bedroom ,3 bath home in looking for choice real Brokers Invited Spruce Hills. Paved street to
Y property line. Would make
good location. Centrally AY4 R fQNr4A several nice homesites. $2750

Chickasha Mobile HomeSALES heated and air conditioned.Has cash
tt
extras. estate, use our classified 7 O2I "North Brevifd's Oldest Real Estate Servic
many many
199-20 acres high and dry
Deadened street with very north of Slims Reduced to
DIVISION AND LOT little traffic. Closed garage, columns. I t 160;, ANI, : t &lU below market price of $495 for

outside' patio, log burning n l.on11'a 1'Z.JIqc( quick tale so estate may be
settled this
fireplace, wall to wall car ...2. year
U. S. No. 1 2 miles North of Mims at Rocket
in Has I Excellent making.
pet living area. an 745- money I

Motel Phone AM 7-3097. existing $23,200 mortgagewith LEARN!' EARN!' tot senN Telephone, motel on River between Ti-
w' +s AN.2011 tusville and Indian River City.
Open 7 days 9 A.M. until 7 P.M. monthly payments of Land alone) worth almost ask'

$149.38. Only $2,300 cash Secretarial Courses ing price of $$123,000.RENTALS.

needed to move in. 1. If you are considering a home in the North Brevardarea
"A LOT MORE FOR A LOT LESS"SEE Speedwriting Shorthand
3 bedroom, 2 bath home, excellent call one of our trained, experienced sales staff
Classes Now Forming to conduct tour for the entire
location ] a your family over
close .
to( Rent with, option to purchase.New
shopping and schools. Central HOWELL'S area. We have new and older homes in nearly 3 bedroom 2 bath, home

oil heat plus central air every section with price and terms to fit almost with central 1 heat and airconditioning
OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE I In nice neighbor I I
any budget.
conditioning, wall to wall '
BUSINESS COLLEGE hood. Rental $12300 per I'
carpet in living area. Has month with first and last
family room and formal 267.1161 2. ]Brand new three bedroom, Hj bath home. Built In month In advance. One half of
HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing 1528 S. Washington kitchen Central heat-air Con. to
dining room and formal equipment. optional. rent to apply purchase

dining room, lots of extras veniently'situated. Lot 80' x 130' with several nice price If option is exercised.,
Call
: trees. $1S,750.00Terms can be arranged. References required
and a double carport. Only Danenburg Realty.

6 months old. Priced at

I $19,800 with an existing TODAY'S BEST BUY 3. SUPERB LOCATION FOR APARTMENTS! Properly

LARGE: 7$' x: 110' LARGE POOL $17,100 mortgage.Let zoned. All architectural planning and cost data

i LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARDCENTRAL us show you these desirable -\ b Included. $18,000.00. e I I


WATER a> HORSESHOES, Etc. properties today. .aa uA. _S M.3 .ia ala"_- "'.: ... UNDER CONSTRUCTION. Several new homes In

,' ....J\-\ : ... .,. .. 15000.00 range. Low down payments. YOU can
.. .
probably qualify.
: ; DANENBURGREALTY
.. yM

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY ..l .. .: =-: ._. 5. We have two four bedroom homes available for immediate
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TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on WiJ" BEDROOM 1 bath, paved street In city, water and-sewer. occupancy.

Continue north U.S. 1 for !: f Price 8550. $65.29 monthly Includes principal Interest, insurance
U.s. 1 to Mims. on one more
and taxes. FHA balance 6650.: !Xnc. 1514 South Washington(
.: mortgage &
eonwa'l
j R6AL'I'ORS'412MaIn B"JQ
mile to our entrance on right. For free information lA/instead ..
AU'1 .838
call 267- 586.I -
DANENBURG REALTY REALTORS OfSURORS
St. Titusville t Fla. 8 Where buyer and seller expect

I DRIVE AGENTS OUT ON AFTER PROPERTY WORK TIL DARK TODAY! I Phone 2673000 1314 S. Washington AM 7-M58 Dial AM 7- 2011 Day, Night or Holiday and get better and faster service


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Services Wanted To Rent :.NINTH JinUHL rlKClIT IN Defendant :.i'dul' IlDIIUL sisostur. I' 1'I1'TM' Jt.IIICUL Cloth ?. I" Lontta Mieewikl.
I A:-0", FOR BKr.tARI" ('tllNTVI I TO: KRNNETH: I B.! 8 MAUL WOOL) j "p run "K' % 'KII nlt't\. ANn) FOIl ItabTAlI) ("t'lt. TS1 Rant Main Street 4

Real EstateLOTS additions. SMALL:\ OFFICE suitable for insuriMe .- .OKint 407 Dray AvenueWineh.oi.r .'LONIUt.mixmtt. I LUIIIUA Sonimervllle. New Jtrteri.
ROOFING PAINTING
t.MlHY: NO. tlttteM Vermontco '0. t77iiiM miMBKir: "0. eiita II 1\)) N 0. 145.1. 146,2
and general repairs. All work office. Write P. O. Box >rir.: nt CURT Idyll Conard I o"r t: lit Ur.I.I:Ml HENRY R. TOCMOBUJODPlaintiff. ft Hash

FOR SALE guaranteed free estimates licensed I 84T. Indian River City. MARTHA 8. DALTON.PlaintiffJOHX :> that NOTICE a Complaint IS HEREBY for Dlvorc GIVE. baa: HOWARD I. GROSSMAN .. Tax Breirard Collector County

and bonded. 2673411.INCOME .." .. Plaintiff BARBARA A. TOL'NCBLOOD.Defeadaat.. Brevard Courtkow
: .. been filed agalnil you In the 0. County *
LARGE LOT fop multiple dwelling i Want To Trade THOMAS" : : DALTOX entitled Court by Yukl Snows I va Tttuavllle. rlorldalAa
or community business. J20 : TAX and bookkeeping Defendant Hmallwooil. Plaintiff In the. ....v.- MART GROSSMAN notice or stir to interest In nay

down( OS monthly. Also cm fl. service, Resident 267-3316 US FT. U S. 19-98 frontage over TO JOHN THOMAS DALTON. alyleil. cause, and you are hereby I ppfpnilantTO To': Barbara A. Touniblnod Parcel Included ..rol.,
ordered and directed I* HU ..our YOU AlOE HEREBY NOTIFIED Dorothy R. lupl.
Office 287-3751. IL A lath IIIr..tlIoul"
nance building. Inquire. 261481.DON'T Burgess < acres trade for north Brevard ISO Houatoa. Texaa appearance, anawrr or other pleading : Mary GroanmanliKXI that a "salt for divorce' .baa .been l.'la: l..rmaml. Road

Associates. acreage or lots. Phone 267-2016.' YOU ARE HKHtBY: NOTIrlKDtbat : to said Complaint either peraonally I Muniet Avenue filed a I ln : you In the Circuit D.... PIth II. PeanevlYnalaRO
Bill of CompUlm far Divorce, or hy attiirney In tlie' 'office I A(bury Park New Court ; : Nlala Judicial. CIrcuit Ne. MT.>, 141.2.
COHE TAX return prepared a of the Clerk ot th abovenlyleilCourt vney In ail for Hr.varrt County Plorlila. 145 I, HI'Ro..rl
PAY RENT!! Phone 267-3183 $3.00: and up. Work Wanted .baa above-elyled been. filed c.....aaaliut.., and you you are la Ue reaulred or by ... aanan.we* r on I .plaint None for I I. divorce hereby given ban thnt been n mm-flli>dagnlaet entitled. hENRY: R. YOCNOBLOOD.llalntlft M auple*
O. E. Pitta, Plaintiff attorney va BARBARA A. TUl'NO- 1JT: Lung iaoeVppcr
Pores eopy> ef your A.SW. .- you by the plaintiff In theabove
to .
who. addn-ea la I' U. llix S4SS.' Bl.nuD, Delanuanl. Cbaacerr No. Darby, Penneylvaalaj
PAINTING expert. reliable and RELIABLE WHITE woman desires .. or PleaUlafi. ta the Hill of styled court anvo": ..inh.roby
hereby require la SilO No. 14IM.
Satellite Heauh. Brevar.1 County. :211 a. You are 140.J.
TRAILER satisfying work. Estimates glad work as baby sitter. Day Complaint on tin. ,Flalnttffa Attorney > Florida' .., or "before the. II day ut noulred to .erin. ,:opy o| Servo a copy of your an.... or 1471, 1473. 14S.I.
A PKAH3ON.: JtJ our amiwer and pleading
!y. AM 7-0778. time preferable. 2675780. Wa.*.alB WALXEK.tOa Aveaue. TttUIVllle. riOf.Ida. Parch, 1W4. oth.rwlee. aald. Cornrial (\llllam Wondinn: P 5). llox:uunn l7i nIb,. written defeat to th,* Complaint 142Marsha
.
al will be taken aa confiaMd by I flied herein upon Carla. duple
and fits the original Anaweror Kau llallle. rinrlda, attornrv for I he .. ,
INCOME TAX RETURNSby loor: nets CIIICCIT: COC"T or TIlLSINTII : Pleadlnc la lha Ofttc. of tkClerk you and said. cau..o proceed tufinal .plaintiff, and file the orlilnal an..w.r Hwanaon.. ID N. Allanllo AT (Plaintiff 'ocoaileoth W: Long Lanefpper ,
OWNERSWe b.arin.CLIOTI4. Florida Attorney for Darby FennaylvanlaHHD
(l11t'\'I1' I'4' ,
: ItPICUL of th. Circuit, Court en or ... or uleadlni in Ihe Ofeuf the
thereofIn No. 1Ia I.
RARNE 1451.
telephone appointment. R. and file the orlflnal
or to
BRio: %III. 'iexTs) of th. ,
Ass) Woe for taa 91k. day *t Marcb, loOtif Dork 1'lrrult Cnurl I ill Tltui-
Clerk of Circuit Court of th Clerk ol tb* 117.1 H7.2. 14S.1.
the office
Licensed, trained, experienced.R. rLOBIU\, IK' CHIXCCKY.: .. vIII.. Brevard County, Kliirld *
y_ fill t. do a Deere Fr BY- V. .. Rpaofler. un Circuit Court of flretard County, 14HJSECTION.
W. Copeland. 267-0204. >o. nxt b* taka acalait you I or .before th* :.tilth dav of Manh TD2JO-24I1I STATE ROAD
have beautiful fun acre mobile WLSTSIDE FEDERAL: : "CAVINOCAND for "b'r dentaaded la th. Bill Deputy Circuit: Court el.rllCOURT IMI-I. If you fall to ..10'r. \ March riorl.la.A.on D.or lt1t.!before the IT day ol t ll-M' HRF.VARD COCNTTpLSCRIPTION41 : -
INCOME: TAX returns accountingand L.OA.V ASSOCIATION Ol .f Complaint. ( SEAL: ) Pro Confeiao will be taken. matin .
home
lots tlie 100 Deere
440
x :- FAIL. NOT or.
I thEREIN
Mar. I Moa. l4!
Feb. 10. 17. 24. )
HEW TOlL C1TT. I corporttleoorfMtixl DO.NK:> AND ORDERED at Tit...- you for tha relief demanded In the
alto No.
ItS.1. 143.1DRAINAGE
will b enured againSt -
service. C-F Assoc- Pro Confeaio *
for DOWN MONTH, ) system i4 ictaIm vntltr thUw complaint.Thl' .
$20 and $20 I ( < Till. Florida Ihlt Slat day of for tha relief prayed for In EASEMENT
late*. 26T-0271. aS th: UBltid Sum of >m.rl January, 1944.CURTIS. '* notice thai) be publlnhed you DRAINAGE EASEMENT! RIGHT
__ .., If have real once a week fur four rnnipcullveweena ali\: Complaint.PONK
Move In Trailer estateto
DOW LMnj
F. BARNE3 ai Clerk you AND ORDERED at Titusviiie. (KASTI STATION 74>U.21.
at IU beat WILL DO typing in own borne call I PlaintiffjTTwRENCT of the taltl. Circuit Court c.t. In th* Tltuivllle HUr-Ailvo-' Florida' this allis day ofEnbruory (PART)
267-7186. aMDone A. 0. 1944.IC(9l'lt't' Tbat part of: ,
mornings. (Court Seal
L. CROWL and sell if : Rut of fiE'. of 8W, of 'III .
!
eta wit, By: Berth Hall or you are and Or"er.I.t Tlluivlll, SEAL) W
SINGER SEWING Machine Co.. I ::.N.tID *fEo7N Deputy ClerkFtb. Rrevard County, FlorIda, Ibis 'lit lion ai T..w o.blp 2JI Mouth
CHRISTMAS PARK S. 10. 17 24 (Man) 1W4. : : I CURTIS n. BAnNER Rtnge 87 East
at February, 1.4
shearsetc. day
aatei and service. Pinking I CONTRACTORS. IMC.. s corporation. looking for choice real CLKKK: of TUB\;] CIRCVIT lying within 4.1 feel or the followingilencrlhed
Phone AM 7. HCurtla H. HarnrsClerk HHRVARD ...
laarpened.) (01'111' for ditch lisa:
r>. ., 2244. IN THE' ( IHCl IT (COtS OF TUB COUNTY Commence on tho South
11 Miles West of Indian River :NINTH: JtuiritL rmctiT. 'INNI estate use our classified By: V. 5 Hpanclcr l 1) r, Ity.: V. 8. Spongier' D.C. if ..'l.t Section 33 al a point 8WM *
C City on RI. 50. Christmas Florida FREE LP bottled installation. STATB! Or FLORIDA or srir ,,,, > EON BRE'"'''' CO NT\. K'IRCfIT COl'RT HEAD' r*>. 11. 24 Mar 2. 5 tMoa) 1964. feet Wool of the Houtbeaat corner
gas
fll I William' Woodmn
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lORIItl.ciitM thereof, aol run North SJ-2C20"
Phone Orlando 273-1939 209 N. U. S. No.1. TUuivUle TO TIDEWATER ENCJIXEER.1J ) : 't:HT NO rim J. William Woodion Went 1 IM157 trel to the Point of

Suburban Propane Gas Service. CONTRACTORS. INC. a NOTiriCTUKIE ': columns. Attorney lor Plaintiff Beginning, from. laid Point of D.-
corporationWIOM INOVK SMALL WOOD P. O Ron 117&Rau 1'f' 1'1"?: rIlH'-1T COPS or T"1to.1'ttnolt..IU. ittntn run South S92SJ4I'' Eaat,
WATERFRONT PROPERTY 287-6411. rmldcnc ll UNKNOWN Plaintiff Oallle, Florl.laVb. : f'"u'tTr or 7J47 fret to the end of Ohio aurveyUna
Tou art h.r.by required! to flit .v.. > 14. Mar 3. 5. ia (Mon) 19(14( 1 lit: FIlE: OK "1.011110,0I''" dHc.1 pUon.
150 feet U.S. No. 1 frontage with PAINTING your aniwcr or written dofen.... .\MI: trOtt liKES .'RI' ('tOl.STt rnntnlnlng '!.IoI aero. mnri or !In.
riparian rights. 13900. Call Arrow tt.ti.t! above proc.""nr with is' rii \ sr ,H\. OWNED 111' HUBERT M, SUP-
of thli Court, and tos.rv. :-00, un LEE': anil, wire MARTHA 0UP
Realty 267-7037, on U.S. 1, DECORATINGand a copy thereof upon lb. Plain- MID-HTATR: HOMES. INC., a Plo.- LKB. ROIIERT: H. MAHCI'8 anil.
.
Indian River City. Fla. .tlff't attor.,., wO onion nun and Club & Lodge Notices liia corporation wire RITA II MARCUS SYLVAN
ildreie appears henna on or before I'lalntllf. M. COHEN!; and wife ALMA O.
PAPERHANGINGC. the 4ta. clay of March, 19U4, th. .".. COHEN
Sale or Trade nature of thin proceeding bflnc iult StARRY E. : ll'HJCCT: TO: MORTGAGE record.

H. Frizzell for ferecloiure of rnortcintftlnit __ ____n ItOItNERDofrnitlant., .4 0. fl' Ilock" 211, roes 4119
the followlnc, deicrlbedproperty xoTirr': or srI IT ldlnb LORETTA MAZEWSKIint ,
3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, central heat 1120 Johnson St. 267-3T47 to-wlt: TIlE STATE or FLORIDA
I husband JOSEPH\!: MAZEW-
and airconditionlnj dishwasher, Let 1. lilock M. Section '4. ROTARY CLUB TITUSVILLI GARDEN CLUB YORK-RITE BODIESOf TO: Harry K. Homer, P.O. Hot 9831.Norfnlk shOt

disposal built-in range and oven NIDY CONSTRUCTION CO. Con BOWl! OARDE.VS SUBDIVIS Va. IlIIU No. 141 1. 1471DRAIVAOK
ION accordn! to pltt thereof < well for lawn, furnished or unfurnished crete work masonry, roofing ..... .
.
n' r. In piat Book 32. Monday\ of Oct., Nov., Feb., Mirch to tile your aaawer or written ri* DRAINAIIK EASEMENT:> HlflHT
for 10' wide trailer carpentry, and remodeling Pace so. Public Record of Hitard 12:13: P. M. May Tim. and place to be announaed f....... If any, In the above proceed.Inci KAMT: STATION: aT4>a>.21

lots or acreage. Phone, 2672016. Phone AM: 72326.Situations County Florida. Executive. Hoard last Tueula Indian River Chapter No. 27 with Ih* Clerk of this Court (FART)
TOGETHER!: WITH: R.lel.b 30 WhUperlng Hill Country Club each month October. Ibru May.Mrn and to serve t copy, thereof upon That part of:
NEW AND USED fallen *'.<.. heater Motlel No. ROYAL ARCH MASONS tb* riatntlffa attorney, whose The Weal (M 58\ feet of Lot I.
Wanted RR-SO-B: rwrleii wall 'h..atr Dick Slmonet Frei. I, A. Rlgill. rrealilunt name anil auilraaa appeara heraon Hacllon 33. Township 2R SoulS.
GUNS (repair and ammunition) 35.000 BTU. Model No. \VK-36 11. T. Walker, Sec'y on o. be'or. the U.d day n' Marrh Rang 87 Rait.: Florida Indian
Vi mile south Florida Wonder All permanently Initially( I *. Clifford Yod.r, High priest 1M4.! River Land Company Plat aa
17 YEAR OLD white
girl wants DONE AND ORDERED: at Tltuivllle Gill William. Th. of thin
land. Indian River Gun Shop. SORORITY S.cret.ry nature proceeding recorded In I'lat hook 1. pag
babysitting and light house work. County of Ilrevanl Bute ol being a suit, for foreri o.ur..n anA 114 puhllo record Ilrevanl Cetinty >
Available after 4 p.m. weekdays, fm!Id.. this 81" day of Janu rir'COI7RT Titusville Chap. No. 6 BETA SIGMA PHI Moots 3rd Wedneidiy 7:30: P. M. ,recnienl for Ieei| on the followIn Florida( being the WoOl
ServicesI \ Mtetint)' lit and 3rdIn'tcrvii iteairlbad I real properly 'lylnnanil lIsts feet of the $LL.. foP 8WK
plus Saturdays and Sundays. Jill ( ; BEAUHON .I Mn.nl Temple, Tltuivllle : 1 ,;: H
O. E. S. Thursday 7:30: P.M. being In Hrevard County, PlorIda. eald flertlon M:
2672004. CURTIS! R. RARNE3 to..1t1L.ol : lying wltbla( 44 feel of (tb* fellowingte.crihwl
I MOWERS sharpened and : CLERK ClRCt'IT <'Ul'ItT VIOLET KLOSS. :i I Itr"V/Ji 'I ....I.T' ottililVf1J -- No. T. Block N*. 4, Plat of .. ditch lurvey line

repaired. 24 hour answering Used Cars & Trucks BREVARD COUNTY. I 0".1. 1..ut"'JI' HIRAM COUNCIL No. 13. Pavlil. Hiibillvlnlon ai reconl-xl Commerce on th* Mouth bourlflarr
service. 2675530. FLORIDA. Worthy) Matron \ yJFl'rmi.Sr.S. In Plat Hook No. I it. Pace Ho. of aald Mectlon, SS at a point SOIl C
BT:: BertK Hull Mr*. Mary Alice KUtl,. S.c ,. (. ,07 051.4404LW .c''I R. &: S. M. 27. of the' I'ubllo Heronla of feet Weal of the Boutniaat aernerthareof
'60 OLDSMOBILE. Super M. power Deputy Clerk Meela lit and a.. Tneeilayr I P.M. TWO? \ 09510 ibomote R. V. Bik.t I Krevaril County, FlurlilaDON10 ant run North ll'asau"
Rlrrmrd Z. Co.,. of at Masonic Tempi f' !liary 'Jan..... Thrice Illuttrlout \;] and UKDERKI;\) at Tltut- Weal uses feel to tn* Foist of
condition. 2673978.: Master
good "
OREQORV COfRS '
J\ PAXIELLO vllle. Ilrevanl County, Florliln, this lleglnnlng. From said PoInt of
I 1 1i AUorneyg for Plaintiff "'I .41'13.T 555> "day of January, fleilnnlng run South HS'JSSO": ) Eaal.
HARVEY 1963 DODGE station wagon 440 404 Jackion Street I 11\1'\\ GUI Willlami, R.cord.r (COURT PRAU T7J47: feet to tha end et ibis >*urvey .
.. free.AM
series, 23,000 miles. Assume payments Tampa 2. Florida' GeMIe P. CURTIS R. BARNES!!: line deai-rlpllon
with small equity. Can be Fen. 3 .10, IT. 24 (Mon,) l1f! !.. I Indian River '.lft3f Masts 2nd Wednesday tt 7:30 P.M. Containing onj acre more on *.....
ESTATE MVdale Masonic CLEItK CIRCUIT COURT .Koluelv. ot area In read right ot
; REAL rill I1KTA Temple, Cocoa
seen after 5 118 Alhambra. i ENVELOPES L0cf9.< No. 90 .
p.m., Business Sizes 14,11rs'l'resleni. Kyi: Hrrlle Hall way for Bute Hoad I !51.519.OWNED
Also Kraft F. A A. M. : Deputy Clark HVt? ROBERT M. t Vf
I LICENSE SCHOOLStart 58 PONTIAC. standard transmission Envelopes with clasp 7-le1l BREVARD COMMANDERYNo. Harry M. llebbi I.FR: and wire MARTHA Hill1.LEW .

tri-power radio and heater, for mailing. Full stock .at Star- Metis 2nd A 4th Thursdays, 7Jo: 24 K. T. Attorney fur Plaintiff : '
Masonic Tempi"* "oils, Madlana: Direct SUBJECT! TO MORTrtAOn r.-
this P.
::1 la-oJr t tHOWELL'S excellent condition. $500. 318 Advocate. District No. 3f Tampa, Florida corded In O. R. Snob :297 pags 4..th.I.1 .
attend first e Kirby Drive. Westwood Villn. Jamea II. Stewart Mailer Lacy Rtmer, Eminent Command', Feb. 3, HI, 37. 24 (Mon> 1W4.IN h. DOROTHY R. 81J1'LJCIIRD :
W. Frank Dardtn lIeet'! ). Florida Nurses Ann N. 14'.1. 141.2RIOUT
LEAVING AREA 1961 Chevrolet I Gill Wllllami, Rtcerder

I BUSINESS COLLEGE pickup 3/4 ton, Phone 28724J5. Meats Second Tuei. Meeti 4th, Wedn.day.: 7:30: P.M. TilE' IIHI 111' C-OI-HT or TIlE'dill LIMITED!: OP ACCESS WAY

U.S. 150' on River Junior ChamberOf of each month > p.m. Ill Jllllll"|. IIKdir, II That .part oft -
1528 S. Wash. Ave. ( 1)) and Masonic Temple Cocoa
HELP! Private owner forced to "ANSI t'I"4 MKrv: .,HI> *'0 IIT' ',. Tha W.., SUM feet ot Lei S.
I 267-1161 sell clean 57 Bulek by hwy. 150 x 923 from PuUlo Health BulMIng- Palm Avenue 1"1.1'1",'. h.llo.JJ./ Townnhtp.aa lto.th.
very 'I U.S. 1 west. A Good Commerce I',.. dons Dorothy Fnriter K N, iiitNtMmr: )so. U.III Rang J7 Eaat Florida ladies
2/17/64. Make offer. 267-7T4T.: BUY at $24,000. Becrelary. Doris Mlllnar, H.N. PILOT CLUBMrs. Mine: TO nrrKM: Sliver Land Company. plat aerecorded
S Karl Spencer Pr... Phone AM T-M72 In IMal Hook 1. page
I ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only 57 MERCURY. '4 'door, station Steve Panteno Sec'y I Betty Jonei, Pr... AUDREY WILMA Plaintiff HIlTrMEifO.f, led, public r.unrda, Brevard

each at SUr-Advocate Office. wagon power steering and US' on U.S. 1 across CZECHOSLOVAK.AMERICAN "*. County Florida, being th. Went'"
Citizens USM\ feel of the Kot RWK
brakes Hwy front Bank Building Meeting\ lot and 3rd MARVIN HUTCH EHON.: "
50 and Hwy. 1, day 267- new a- I CLUBOf Wednesday of said Hectlon 39
3577 mte 2676608. partments',j<)ooO. Meets Every Thursday 7:30 P.M. 12:00: Dixie Hotel Oofanilaat.. "tying within the following .Aeacrlbedboundarlea .
Titusville THE IITATK ot' I.ORIDA TOt:
Terms 10 to-wltt:
yean. .
1 '58 CADILLAC sedan DeVille.s 511 Grannls Ave. Executive Board Monday MARVIN. HUTCHRHUN. D* Btgln I on lbs south line of ia)4r7 )
.
PRIME HIGHWAY o, one owner. 2673480. TITUSVILLE POST NO. 1 Brfore lt Wednesday fenilanlTOIT >*tla 8J: al a point :ldvt.' feet
Lot 68 x 100 zoned for trailer. Regular mmllnga 2nd Wednenlay ol AHE IIRREBT: NOTIFIED W..t of the Haulluaat cornerthereof .
thai ault for
a divorce
FRONTAGE 1954 CHEVROLET 4 door B.lalr 2 bedroom 40' trailer 2" deep A. AMERICAN each month.and Hall Saturday open each evening TueailayTbaraday asS TITUS VILLI has been. .:i'u.u. ,n. you and.Itn.cuitody tbe above ; We.t SiX.aol,..tl run? North Iheac I9'Z4'1IO"North5055'IV

new transmission starter generator **| and you ar ( Eaal. too feel; tbeac.
285' U.SNo.. 1 frontage battery tires tune-up. well in city $4500. W pm. Blavka. Behm PUBLIC LIBRARY required to servo your aaawer. or South .'SU" Kail.. L'12.14 feet;
LEGION other written dnl .
nnse.upon Urn? Ibenca North 7S4 4O" Rail,
with an average depth of S350. 2675924. -- -- -- 1421 Draa Read ton. Brewer and Holland sill Palm 146.US feet. thence North 2048'
VETERANS Of WORLD WAR I
80 Acres just outside city limits. Harry Ttnlrlck.,, Comdr. HOURS: Avvaua Tltuivllle. Hrevara County, 14* Win, 111"TV fret; thence
495', suitable to many uses. 1956 BLACK Ford 2 door hardtop Good land Paul By.... AJJulanl BARRACKS 1W rioHila on, or bffor th. aid day North aa-SS-JO": West !MS II

At present has 2 buildings 3 speed floor shift $175 2476340 high perfect for de Meet lit and 3rd Tuesday Meets first Wednesday Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. 8.00 p.m. ,o' Starch/ 19K( and before o. '""".. feet; thenc North 67IM'4i: "
and velopment. Terms w/releases Legion Hall. 5 p.m. % Saturday 9 a,m. 5:30: p.m. llalely thereafter lo rile with the Kait.\ *l tint; thence North S3'
well AmericanleJ
plus good deep 56' FORD pick-up new V-8 engine (i Ii each month tlerlt of la* abov-tylil' court th,. 2924," Went 1'NJ' fist; thence
and water storage at $2250. : Legion Hall with Covered Titusville Lodge No. 1902 orlaln.1 l "! "ll1 .".w.r or mid North 61'3 '4t1" End. 300 fee II i itbenc
pump good tires, new paint; $595 267. written dnfenaei. ,
Woman's Club of & Dish Luncheon. 1 pm If nay I South a2'26'20" Lost
tank. Many mature orange 3129. L. E. Comdr. 6J7yy4 Loyal Order Of If you fall to do eo, a decree "ro I7'.73 feet i thenc South 4iC3VEaat.
Pepper. confnia will b* entered aaalnel' you 2U"' 1J8383 feel; tb....
trees. Very realistically Titusville, Inc. Tom Watson, Qm. MOOSEM for 'the '*"*' doinandntl In lh. Corn- South 110'311 III" W..,. 100 feet;

priced at $90,000() with 297 Wanted To Buy W.J. Smith Realtor M.tft Tuesday I plaint. (heave North IV'24'1f'"' Woet.
Meets Sat Monday of Each Month p.m. WITNEsS
I my hanS nod Official 46)5.54) feel 10 the ptH.t 0' 1t.la.
down and balance over 6 USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto October thru May TITUSVJLLE LIONS CLUB 1 Mile North of Mm! en U. S. 1 e-. .. IIrty.,1 ning.Containing.
located at 2001 S. Washington Ph. 2670153Titusville ( Jim Maltbie. Governor County. Florida. this list day 4,2:1: ....... more sr lass.
Property AM
years. Parts. 7-3686. A. V.. 1564. so-music.' of .1.10' right 01 way
Sharpes, midway between !Mrs.' J. J. Condes. Fres. 7:00: p.m. Thursdays Charles f. Jacobs, Stc'y.Meets Iuu.'fi K I ,,. HARNEff.By : for IIUt. Road 614 asI Drainage

ADDING MACHINE: ROLLS only Fla. Flotilla Restaurant CI.ris o. the CIrcuit: Court Canal' No. 71)
Titusville and Cocoa. Investigate 0 South Lake (Court 11..1'? OWNED lIT I ROBERT X. RUP-
25c the StarAdvocateOffice. ;
at :
eacn 3 Wednesday Hurtle Halt LEE and wife MARTHA HUP-
today. PYTHIAN uXKT
:
1!. G. Benzenhafer Deputy Cleric LED '
f&Mbrf President ,, of each monthI. Feb. I, 10 17 24 (Mon> 1M4. Sl'IUKCT TO! 1II0RTAOE' I*.
:300' plus U.S. No. 1 front SISTERS corded In O. R. Rook 117. pai* 4ftI

north of Mims, priced Tlt-;; i l.-Temple 31Meet Ig J. W, Scruggs, Jr., Sec', I.1' P. M. held by DOROTHY R. BL'FLEE.Widow .
age \\\1\' Oct. through May
IsO 4th Tui.. Y .
I" Till<: l'IM"l'l'r COIN,
at only $75.00 per front foot SYDNEY SCHWARTZ, REALTOR of each month at ipm.Mre. ", LaVerne HardlnPr .. I N''d'' ,I5 5 ('I.C'IU.or TIlE I TAKE: NOTICE that a Dealar.allon .

with 29% down and balance 1. B. Btewart M,. C. [ I .l.-f h. AM 7.35M -l.t oIt."JU. 8' t441 51957 at Taking has bees. filed !I.
i .
Can Wr, Dl>u.la. Futch. Hret'y North Brevard ,, y 'a v. the ahove-atyled oaua* by lbs Pel.Itloner
to be arranged. Mrs. Evelyn Freeman Pianist after S p.m. able *0. siiit'dorIp the acquiring authority: M
also be leased. "BEST BUYS" Horseman's Club : : OF HI'LK: H" lee 'b... proceeding. of the taalag at
"Mttts Second Monday Each Month North Br.vardR.habilitation STAtfr.00 DEPARTMENT: Or the akv-deeerlbd lanila. for tMpurpoi
KIWANIS CLllBMttts an Ag.ncy of the" tale eel forth In tbe Petition !iStIll.
100' U.S. No. 1 frontage in 7:00: P. M. Center of Florida. 1. cane., via' A* rIght of way

city limits of Titusville, 12:10 Tuesdays. Lawrence Parker P'". 421 Palm Street v, 1'..,....... and ol drainage mate Road....m.nl.No. S for In DreVat4 a per.tMa .

total price only $30,000. 7 ROOMS 2% baths, 2 car garage beautiful view of : p.m.WHISPERING Phon. AM 7. *26 Meets 2nd Thure. every month IIITA H. MARCUS ., al.IN .. C..t,. Florida, and that the Ho.
HILLS II o.ra.nil. unable Wm. O. Abridge. on. et taJndga .
river, boat for your<.family to< enjoy the fishing and COUNTRY Chris Parker, SOC'y PUBLIC INVITED NOTICE: 0. EMINENT DOMAIN of the Circuit Court In the
46 west CLUB
10 acres on Route fun that a river front home provides. All this in a __ Pres.l W. Lee Ptrtaln J.Jt(1'toJlJI: :v I.'" Judicial' Circuit of Florida
of Mims only $$950() Doyle trial Stc'y.l) Mrs. Martha Faulk TIlE' NAME' AND HT TUB will ea the 14 day of February.
per
beautiful home your family will love and in which PreMdent North Brerard Shrine Club Phone AM 7-3043 rLot'ri"ATV! or TIlE STATE! or A. IX 1M4. at luu o'clock P.M., lath I
I i acre. Tom On ,, 'Becretary 3rd Thursday 7:30: Breach Courthoua at Roc*.
you can entertain your friends with pride. p.m. TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CON. ....... Florida. conaldir said D*>

develop B. P. O. E. ELKS Meet At CERN and to all per_ sod r."... elaralloa el Taking I appoint BD.pralaara .
20 acres prime LODGE riaintlsg or haying asp ."(... lIsle aad make auvki Order aa

ment property $1750.00 per INCOME PRO PERrY (Rental) One 3 bdrm 1 bath No. 2111 ELKS CLUB :, TL.TTITUSVILLE Hen ntereel U ,or..I.t.en .ikow mod..eertal... .r canel." .r. the the Court lull daema aad all prop.partle''.*All lateretteaay partleat

acre with terms. house furnished, possible) income $125, One 2 bdrm. Meets Monday Night Chai. Heller, Pr... of lanil. herelaalttr .....rI....... a.d appear aad be Heard at tIe
....... .... .
the and
123f S. (ull wlfi( .0. with tUM place dealgnateii.Toit.
Call for appointment to see 1 bath house $8300() to $100.00() possible income. One Washington Ave. Y Frank Darden, Sec'yPh. LiTTLI all unknown neraone clalnilac ky. sad each of you are her*.
I o'clock through or under. .know 'y omniadd to appear by flllnfga
1 bdrm 1 bath house possible income $65.00 to $75.00 pereaaa
choice Franz AM 74343 THIATRI INC. who Aaawer the Petition heretofore
any of these prop Vulplws, E. R. J are dead or who ate set to
per month. AH. this' for only $26,250.00. $5,000 Russell Batch M.r Sec.Tltw.,1l1. ll* Twel. of Me. 1:00 p. m. know to .be dead or eKveiBCTION tiled m thle cauie In th* entitled
,
erties. VETERANS OF rrlead.hlp H.... SIRS rrltr.HtLTIT J.-24ll) MTATB ROAD C..,,. on or before March 21) **
II down, Balance negotiable at 5/i. FOREIGN WARS a Toaslmaslerg !....ll.ir AND ADDRESSES! : or lien you, or any of you. hare la
Milage Sad 4 dINTbor.dpS 1iJ Alma O. Cnh.n aa4 to the abv-deacrlbd lands.
taxes Meet Toesdiy. S PIg earn Scottish Rite 221 PhlladdphlaMavlnae '.. asS ihew *..... way the lama
ACREAGE 40 good dry land no city ...
acres "' .
Fund Hulldlnf should aol be taken for the uaee
1375.00 per acre in bulk $1,400 in 10 acre plots. .) : t:4J: P.M. Tub Open S P.M. Daily Club P. 0, Box 107 I-hllaJelphla, 7, nnaylvanl% and purposes tot forth In lbs Petition -
C. Brown Prei. .
70S Floyd MUD No. 1451 14J.1 filed herein.wrTNfcSa
40 ACRES good land located between Port St. John and RlvervlewRstaurant Magnolia Ave. John W. Fraser Secy. Hylvaa! M Cohen : my Hand and tha Seal
Ralph Schelbel Commandee J2X op this Court on thl tilt day ofCabraary.
Canaveral Groves $600.00 per acre. Meet* Ind Tu.. hue .... l-hlladilphla Bavlnm
Milt Mortni, Ouartermsster' Fund BuUilla A 1964.
Oral' Qrvls' Pre*. AM 7-579t Maeeal Temple Philadelphia: J, P.nsaylvanla Cl/RTIJ f.R. BARNES
Sill Mo. 116,'. 1-WJ CLERK: or THE CIRCIT1TCOURT.
SYDNEY SCHWARTZ Realtor TITUSVILLE Rita H. M...ua IN AND FOR BRE
Riverview P. T. A. 2M South Itlh Vtreet YARD COUNTY.: FLORIDA.BY .
REALTORS RIFLE tc PISTOL CLUB See The 8 '
Hopkins Ave. 1'hlladelphla.' Penneylvanla V. Mpangler
1141 S.
SRI No. Hoi 144.1 DEPUTY CLERK.
Titusvllle, Florida 8 Meets ef RlvervUw' Meets Star AdvocateFor Robert. C. If.reu.u.t 'IZAL >
I 412 Main St. Titusville, Fla. School lot M.... Each 1st and 3rd : Honllt uth Street JAMES J RICHARDSON
AM 7-6100 6101 Wedneedeyt .
or fhlladelphla.: P. e.ylvaeilaour HOLLAND HIILOINOTALLAHAMHBR.
e Month, 7:30 p.m. 7:30: p.m. Your ) No. Its,I. 144.J FLORIDA

267-5000 EXPERIENCE( DOES COUNT Earl Snyder Jna.ph Mas.wsbI or roUMRL FOR THE
Phone Chamber" ef Commerce Printing Needs! 731 la.l Main Street PKTITIONEH.
President koenen.rvihia. New I..y Feb.. 10. 11. 24. ..... I I
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I HOMES FOR


; NO DOWN VISIT GAR DEN D ALE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY


V A PAYMENT : &auui/e/ $15,00070 $19,000,


Several! Large LOTS FOR SALE I* FAIR GLEN

A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville $4750 lo S6850 Hamei reitrlc.d to 180014. ralnimro.



Fl HA LOW DOWNPAYMENT' Only 2 Miles West of US. 1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER, INC.

3200 Garden St., TitusvUle


THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 or 267-2531







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PN. /-. -- -' TltuerllleFkrlda( ) Star.Advocate ,.;., II". '; Monday, February 24, 1964


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EYES TESTED Susie Rece 5th year student at Whis- .. Z4
pering Hills School, is having her eyes tested by a special 0; 1 50mEF lfeA 50
machine Giving the test is Mrs. Mary Ann Boatrightand
looking on are Murray Swann and Dr George Howe, JI Green Stamps
right The tests were given to students appearing to have n I w*Ait" CMM nj iu>di.M.* I I It'
inadequate vision. This s a county wide project and is ;, 4 l STOUFFER'S CHICKEN A NOODLES '
the fifth year the tests have been given at WhisperingHills rlra ti litos 69c ,
School-S-A( Photo). s Tit r:;:, 1...... was: r. 71. 111014 r::;:,

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Fire Truck Bid e Ni r n'I ( (lltmfSO

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PRICES I s l* *l i1 CWPM_4lchMf- Is ChallengedCommissioner s';" _. EFFECTIVE AERO-WAX FLOOR WAXSwift's
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; __ MON., TUES, WED., r.;:, Ia.erbtW.CISC' : ..790rNt taut r:;:,
Gus Faulk challenged doesn't mean that the commission FEB. 24, 25, 26, 1964SWIFT'S
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ.OO
Fire Chief Jay Johnston of is going to do the same," .
the Mimi Volunteer Fire Depart. Faulk quickly retorted. GOvV
ment to put away hia Ford apex The Commission approved re :i' PREMIUM INSPECTED Premium Sliced
iflcation book and put hfs fire letting of bids for the ?Mims
truck specifications where any truck.In i1 IIPPED! TENDER-GROWN: D&D FRESH NOT FROZEN DRIED BEEF: .
company can bid on them.
other action Thursday the ,
A dispute arose between the board: .
:Jtwo In Thursday's county commission e : "FRYER QUARTER SALE! 4-oz.
:
Tabled a request for bulk-
meeting when bids were 49c
:
heading by II C. Kirk of Florida
:to be opened for one new 1964 I
Wonderland, for riverfront just .
.model fire truck for the tUms
south of present City lima I : of TI. l BREASTS LEGS
department. Faulk. upon receiptof \
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tusville, across from the attract.
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letters from bidders who objected ion. Swift's Premium Bor-B-Q Pork,
to the specification, sayIng .
they couldn't hope to bid on Heard of the Hill.Burton allocation ., '
:the! truck because the specifications ( of $150,000 in matching .BEEFOR. HAAt..1
I fit only a Ford chassis, funds for the new county Health ;; : ,
asked that the bids not be opened Department medical center for
and that new specifications be Rockledge, ?: 35II $-OS. '.'
drawn up 59
1 Tabled a bulkhead line "re,' pkg.
"thief Johnston) questioned] location" as proposed by Pled, .
Faulk as to what part of the Piper Const. Co., after complaints .
specifications was objectionable of property owners near
and classified as Ford only, by. The line relocation was ask, 0 ,
Faulk replied Informing the ed for Piper Point In Melbourne, GIANr
dims chief of the objectionable and commission Chairman Wick.. _
part and said, "Evidently you ham asked construction company 1 OCTERGENTFAB
have a Ford specification book officials! and adjacent property
around there imewher If you owners to work out differences! __
like I'll bo JI!! ,"l h) I cot yon a IIFTI: : '
Appn'vcl use of Florida Pow '
Chevrolet spr,' bu :and! I'm sirs 1'I __
cr :md LlRl! t and Southern 1.JelTell.'phone \ ,
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any other con I r.) \ Jlill be gladto
do the same'Gentlemen ,, Co. poles to be used s.
for carrying TV cables on County
this Is public right of way. The petition, asked
'.money we're spending and the for by Meredith BroadcastingCo _
commission cannot permit bids ., asks that county grant the
that are not competitive. If this petition after permission from
were not the case I could set it the two utility companies okay'
where nothing but Chevrolet specifications ing the use of the poles. The ,
would Johnston told Faulk that the "plped-in" TV to the Cocoa d
sheriff's department vehicle. had Beach area. Commissioner Faulk limit
t pier cuftorntr with
tome of the same equipment that raised question of towers, saying '
they,were asking for on the fire that FAA approved towers had ,l i Piirchans jj f 3ormOr
truck, and hinted nothing has "burned" the commission before. I r tI
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.been said about that Hershel Carney, board attorney, *
"The Sheriff has been known to aid this problem could be regulated -
spend money reckless, but that through zoning. J i..iM< '

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