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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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I Buy In Norlti" Brevard! Star-Advocate:: Smile -Your, 'orida

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents

_84th Year No. 26! 5c< Per Copy Titusville, Florida, Friday February 28, 1964 14 Pages Today Published' Mondays, u nil J Fridays
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County Office Qualifying Time Opens T, rsdayI

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w t r "We're Ready

Deputies Search .ril-L v "Tjv' For Rush" Says

I Clerk BarnesOn


For Man your mark get net. go'!
__ These words, so familiar to
I (people engaged in foot or other

type of sports races will typify 1
s tut aril County politics on Tuesday

Slienff Leigh Wilson's department out Into the woods off Route 403 .

has a mystery on its hands and had gotten stuck For some A number of candidates for
public office are expected to bon
and as vet no solution has been reason, the carpenter became
their mark in Circuit Court
found dazed Pnd wandered aimlessly
The department has found a about for five days existing onlyon noon Tuesday to put up their
grapefruit until he stumbled money and (fill out the necessary
blink Chevrolet! pickup abandoneu '
into the yard of a family in papers
in tN woods south of Titus- rankly. we expert I numberto
Indian River Heights in South 1 be here at the opening! ,"
villa and discovered it Is registered gun
Titusville. He managed to re< Barnes said this morning
In the name of. William
late to these people: the name of And, we're ready for them.
C ;bourne Taylor, a carpenter, of
the Costs, whom he said were We have a full supply of oath and
Hivfrview Trailer Park. The expense forms, plus other Information .
truck was oiigimilly discovered Ms friends, and subsequentlythe and vouchers," Dimes add.

Monday by a target shooter who Bests took him in and ,
found the truck while practicing: nourished him, back to health. p popular clerk said that all

his sport in an area south of Ht. The couple, however, do not M 1G0. candidates for county office II
50 well ai for district offices within -
know how or why his truck is
the county qualify at his offire.
Deputy Earl Futch went to the back in the woods. remind
lie )" them all that each
MAN GO Fifty years alto( all a ed his mind about being caught and is
when it first ra
.cine: was reported Larsen and Futch took to candidate is tlJ open a campaignbank
boy had to( depend on to elude feminine about to mount his evidently
but could find no trace horseback and combed the motor scooter account prior to qualifying

sin, In charge of the Investigation Utilities plant on Monday, but Year were a pair of fast feet At the leftit He's using a football technique the stiff must bo paid on proper expense\

talked! with the missing found no trace of the man. doesn't appear that Kenny Grlggs really arm to try to nit away while Leslie vouchers, according to state election I-
nmn's; landlady at the trailer ,wants to( "turn on the speed to get away tup, at his shirt tail. The two Parkway laws

park and reported her as saying "There is a strong possibilitythat from the clutching hands of Leslie Drown, Junior High(; students cooperated in reminding All candidates pay a fee of
she has not seen Taylor for about this man is lying out there who is apparently about to "latch on" to people that tomorrow is Leap throe per cent of one year' sal.

three weeks, or since about Feb. somewhere dead," Larsen said., him. Above Kenny apparently has chang Year DaySA( Photo). ary of the attire! they are seeking.
3 "but we are making every attempt This money Is paid to tbo clerk.
to find some trace of him" Democrats pay an additional

Through further investigations The sheriffs agent asks anyone two per cent II) the Democratic

Larsen: found a Mr. and knowing anything at all Executive Committee but He-

Mrs' Best who live on State about Taylor to contact the Two In publicans won't have any such

Ko.id 40S, noith of Route $0, who Iherit!'. oftice. Injured d fee-the: GOP committee decided

cay they are friends of the against t It.Qualllytng.
Taylor was born in Goodland
misting man, and their story to .deadline. li noon
County 21 191 1S: Is
: ; Mann
Larsen Is the only clue to.the} 17.
5'. of 5'.7"lwefghs, 135 pounds: 1 1RUGGED 1i
disappearance! of the man. Candidates for state office have
He has brown hair, 'greying at Roil Over' WreckWreckage i been qualifying during the past
The couple told Larsen that the temples, tan skn and has : two weeks, Deadline for this is

on or about the first of January, no teeth lie moved. to Titus- -- Tuesday!! noon-the same time the
Taylor had driven his pickup ville-from Danla. county qualifying! period opens.

strewn along 200 Inc east side find traveled 463 Among the offices at stake In

feet of U. S. 1 shoulder and a feat c on: the shoulder' then started the 114 elections! In the countyare

Ed Kilfles Titusville Mayor -"de.doorcd" and badly smashed turning over It traveled 52 clerk, sheriff, county judge/ ,

I 19S9 Cadillac sedan marked a feet; in the air, before hitting the small claims court judge tax

spectacular accident north of Titusvillo ground: again and then rolled assessor and I collector, registrarof
Seeking County Commission Post late Wednesday in over several tunes down the voters, three members of the

whirh two Central Brevard women shoulder, coming to rest oottom county (commission two members
of the county school board, members
were injured<< up against: a power polo
Titusvillo Mayor Ed Kitties Betty Coffey Lord, 23, of Both of the women were of the Canaveral Port Authority

today Is announcing his inten. L Cocoa and Pall ieia Morgan Sanders thrown from the vehicle. Pieces and Sebastian Inlet Com-
lion of qual'fying as a candidate missionConcert.
23, of Mctritt Island of the. car were strewn along/ tho
? for County Commission, wen rushed to Jess Parrish highway/ : arid the car battery was
W!'t. 1 1Kittle I.
Memorial Hospital! by Smith thrown throuh the air about 60 Tonight-

in making the an Ambulance after the ersatz and feet beyond whcru the car cameto

nouncement, said "My 40 yeurs Miss Lord was later Iran iferrcd I ie.it:

residency''' in North Brevard and to Halifax Hospital 1 iii luytona Witness acid the vehicle panned At Parkway JH

past record as elected of- Beach because of a heed injury. them previously at a high
WRECK Two Central I3rev- turned over several! times, throwing both
filial of Titusvilta and the former According/ to Highway Trooper rate cf speed estimated at 05 Tonight U a big night at Parkway
ard women were Injured In this: wreck, women out Wreckage was scattered<1 along -
Town of Whispering Hills Wm Eurrell, the car owned to 100 relIes per hour. Junior High for two must-
which occured late Wednesday seven miles about 400( feet of the shoulder of the
plus my active; life in civic at- by Francis James }Lord of Cocoa, Assisting in the Investigation! cnl aggregations the begin
north of Titusville on U S,1 1. the vehicle highwayS( Photo).
fails, I believe, qualify me forthe ,was headed: north!( on U.S. 1 ata were Deputies Fete Wishy and ners' uand and the intermed

podit.on. high: rate! of speed As it ap- Burs: Rodenbdugii: of the Sheriffi late ," I" bandDLcilor .

'1 have a vital interest in poached a curve just south of office and Harold Wilmcr of the Robert Scot) Melbourne Ally Wayne.; E. Lewis: has

North> Bruvard and 'all Brevard Horne, it left the payenrent on Hifchway Patrol Auxiliary Talent announced a program of musk

because this I Is birth- varied: to suit the tastes of many
County my A.
place and the birthplace of my To Run For Counly Commission music lovers from "Rip Van r 1 1Clock"
father 1 have not just recently Invited To BanquetOf Show"Another Winkle Overture" to "SyiKopJtei
and from "Holiday
in North
acquired an interest -
Robert( 1Scott today announced
!but I hare inherited an ado to the march "Easy
LrcvardH Tilusville Committee Of 100 his intention of iun "
Interest t from two generation before opening, another Slept
nine for County Commissionr held In
The concert will be
show" might have been the( tunu
me. .
-- Of District t Na 5. I rN
the '' cafetorlum anJ
President .
Lyrdon B. Johnson Congressman Gurney and being hummed around the Indian! .
Kitties as Mayor of Titusville. Ed Kitties has been Issued a special Invitation leaders of industry and! finance River City Civic Center today ai! Scott 41, who practices law will begin at 8 clock,
and former Mayor of Whisper There In admission charge
throughout the east central llor no\
to attend the annual final
din. preparations got underwayfsr In Melbourne, lives in Eau Gallie
ing ({.ills: Is the'only man ever Ida area." for the concert.Canal .
to have nerved in that dual caps'city. first elected to Titusville city ner of the Greater Titusville Searle told the president these tonight's opening of the Var.lety with his wife and t two childien.

Ho also served a term as council in 1954. ,Several years Chamber of Commerce's Commit distinguished guests ". will Gala Hidden Talent Show. He has been a resident of lire. Board To
he moved into the limits of tee of 100, The dinner will be held I
TitusvJle councilman: In 1953- ago represent a croup: who have this( Bcginn'ng!' at 8 p.m. tonight and 1 yard County lor mort than two
the Town of Whispering Hills Thursday
94 responsibility fur( and are vitally Saturday youths of the area will years and of Florida for more
and was elected mayor of the In a telegram to the President's
Kitties was born here May .elected in 'interested in properly preparing unveil their 'hidden talent" to than 15 years, having practiced Meet Here Fri.
town in 1980 and re suite at the Fontalnbleau Hotel in .
this important of our great
area :
12, 1924. The Kittles family law previously in Naples
participate. In the tenth annual
the consolidationof Miami Each
19(52.( After Committee President
state for the Impact of the apaceage
settled In North Brevard in the the Town Kitties was appointed Dons Searle said, "Welcometo with its tremendous and presentation of this popular He served us chairman of the flaccid, Scott engineer of theM
13th: century, Ala grandfather event !More! than two dozen acts Canal
Indian River
on the. new Titusville Florida, Mr President We' vibrant development at our very March of Dimes In Melbournefor Johns
coming here from South Carolina. City Council and was named I cordially invite you to return next doorstep, a development whose are listed on the program including / the 1062 campaign, and U District Board will give a pro-

mayor by his colleagues. Thursday, March S, for the first progress has been' so materiallyaided dancers linger pantomlm", currently a director of the 81'.- fires report to the beard at Ner-
Kitties' activities in civic at- Kitties a giaduate of Titus annual dinner of the Committee by your superb guidance" Instrumentalists, comedy routines vaid Unit of the American Cancer ins Fruit Co offices next Til-

fain are I lengthy. He. has ville High School, served In the .at the Whispering Hills This first annual dinner of the ventriloquism, square dancing Society and a member of day
several distinctions: the only Country Club .". and as a grand finale, a real cha .
Army Air Corps during World Committee of 100 formerly the Eau Gillie: Kiwanis Club. John Kridcr. of Sanford. : :-
man In recent years to hold the War II and was discharged as I Searle Issued the Invitation for know as the North Brevard Development bootenaony '" man of the board, asks all board
office of Chamber of Commerce sergeant.; the President to "share this occasion Commission, will begin Mrs Clare Sun mi, general When asked what" he felt his Robert A. Scott Xt.. members! to make every effort to

President two consecutive year Mayor Kitties after discharge with other invited digni with a social hour at 6 p,m. chairman cf) the show, hal been: qufcluicatloni were for the post, be present for the meeting.
and one of three men to have"s from service was service manager taries", including Gov. bryant, Thursday and followed by the assisted, in preparation of the Scott plied<< that before and as my experience In> the full time Brevard County member and

served as president of the Titus of Allied Chevrolet and Sen. Holland Sen. Smathers, dinner it 7. event by Orion Exllne program alter World
ville Jaycees and also as president when Gus Faulk, present County chairman; Cary Bartlett tickets served in the Army In Europe, make inc very well qualified to Is in a Houston." Texas, hospital!

of the Chamber. Commissioner, purchased: the Murphy Seeks Legislative PostJohn and Jill Flink and Roy Talbot, he had several years ofxptr f :! serve the best t interests of the recuperating tram open heart

Other activites Include: past dealership, Kittles stayed in hit stage decorations.) lone on survey parties and in citizens of Drcvaid County ai a surgery aril will be unable to
offices on majDrcun.tructlOl1 attend. He. U expected home
of the Brevard County former capacity. Commissioner
president Q. Murphy klerritt Islani Brevard Democratic Associationand Tickets are available at all
Fair, North Brevard cancer Kitties left Faulk in 1962 to enter real estate talesman, has made U currently Vice President major shopping centers and ) projects '"Tha burden cf Bievjrd County Monday .
drive chairman for two yean, the Insurance business, and "As you know" he continued: Other mwnbeis are:
known Us intention to qualify for of that organization. He J is a downtown stores.Sponaorrd taxpayers is among the
past vice-president of the North- subsequently opened his own the Democratic/ nomination for charter member of the Knight by the'lndlan River "one of the primary duties of John Krider, of Seminole) County -
Central Brevard Board of Real. agency, branching out into real State Representative of Group of Columbus, a member of the City Civic Association proceeds: the Diunty Commissioner It to highest in the state. if ]I,f am elected chairman; John Brumtey

tors and first president of, the estate business also. No 2.Mr. American: Legion and attends from the show will be used to supervise and plan the construction I will make every effort to of Svimoulii; Ransom Puwnes of

newly.formed North Brevard Kitties and wife, Ruth, have Murphy has been a resident Our Saviour's Church of CocoaBeach. expand' and) modernize! the kitchen of roads in his dnttrirt as well make sure that taxes are spent Orange ,County. vice-chairman;

Board of Realtors/ ,.. two sons, Butch, 17, and Ben of Florida since 1991 He Is a : During World War Two, and meeting rooms at the os In thee count?-as whole.'My for the
In political life, Kettles was li, and are Baptists. former President of the Central See MURPHY' On) Pate i center. construction experience ai well majority of cituens'. Vol-mia\ secretary.Y .




cookies, candy and punch to Mrs |
1 Tltuivllle (Florid) Stir Advocate Friday, February 28, 1964Mabel i James Thompson, Mrs *, : r

Fulton Mrs Ed Purr

round town Janet D Lantz, Mrs. Lynn -, :I.

Q ard. Mrs Paul Chaddock -md|
I Mr and Mrs. Melvin Stowing .IT.,

here from Seattle
i Nltk Netor And Notre Phone" 261.",. barbara car Coon

C 9iy / p1 NortA deroayd --- All adults Interested in

Mrs. Jack (Norma Larks of scouts In our area have accomplished want to write, but never seem to Miniature' First Nighters ,
it. We also plan to ren t Theatre are cordial! r
around to
122 Thornton Ave. hat been so far this year. get
mist each other with our writ- vited to attend a meeting next.
selected a* one of 12 sem4 final
Friday at 8 p.m. in the communIty
ists in the Mrs. Brevard con- Current visitors lit our fair city ings and even hope to get some Bank
at Citizens All
Mrs. Lantz room v
test and is competing in various include Mr. and Mrs. Melvin of them published In the area .,
articles ganizations are
Lorah Circle Je Virginia Class homemaking events today at the Stow of Seattle, parents of Mrs. herself has had craftsman three magazine quested to send a represents!'

. To Meet March 5 :: : To Have LuncheonThe Cape Colony Inn In Cocoa Thomas (Gall) Lookabaugh ot published and Is to currently a working on to the meeting to learn! mOn
p Beach< Norma, lovely presidentof 2732 Country Lane. We hear the' fourth, and also an article la about the- group.Several '.

The Mabel Lorah Circle of the : iv; March meeting of the Virginia TltusvUle Junior Woman'sClub < Stows are having a delightful I a children's musical magazine, fund raising project

Titusville Methodist Church will j.:. Class of First Baptist was Instructed to 'bring; visit with their granddaughters Keyboard XT are being planned\ to finance a
met on Thursday, March 5 I Church of Titusville will be a linen and a place setting to seta Cynthia and Sharon as weir at Members of this group include fulf-scale nrasicat production

(note' change of date), at the |I : covered dish luncheon at 'the fibre and ont prepared food"* their rice new grandsons Tim- Mrs Gloria Rust, Mrs. Clyde for this summer, and adult workers .

home ot Maurine Wier, 169 Jack j .- church on Tuesday, March 3, Judges for1 today's events include othy ((17 months. ) and Kenneth Talley, Mrs. Arlene Jeton, Mrs In all fields of the theatrt
:> (three weeks) This was the first
ion St.The !, A2 beginning at 11:30 a.m. Senator Bernard Parrish, Nancy-) Porter, Miss\ Gladys world are needed' to work with
time the proudgrandparents<
: -1 I All members are urged to at Mri. Grace Barr, an Orrando the two little Bornt and Mrs. Matz The next the children's theatre Main pur

program with! Easter as tend and bring a favorite covered newspaper cooking editor; Dr. boys. meeting will be March 9, 3:30p pose of the M.F.N., a non-profit

the theme, will be presented by i. dish. Hostesses for !the lunch Bruce Wilson, president of BreMr .m. at the home of Mrs. Lantz making organization Is not only

Dorothy Thurber !''.., eon will' be Mrs! David Carpenter ------ Four members of Titusville and a babysitter will be provided. to provide an outlet for childrento
All members are requested to and1' Mr!*. W F. Woodward C T-- chapter of American Association express themselves freely by

be present at the regular meetIng !, of University Women will attend Brownie Scouts to troop 3C9 acting, but to provide an educational

_..: time, 9:30 a.m. Pink Lady SchedurePlnlt an area workshop tomorrow at entertained their mothers with a and worthwhile project
I the Tradewlnda Hotel in Mel. special program Wednesday for them to work on during the'

First Birthday | Lady Schedule at Jess bourne Dr. Mitchell Wade, Dir afternoon at the home of their out,of.school'*months.

j\" Parrish Memorial Hospital, ector of Research at Florida leader, Mrs Gail Lookabaugh. For further information about
Little Miss Patricia Ann Gibbons week of March 1st through. 7th State Department of Educationwill 2732 Country Lane The girls all\ the Miniature First Nlghter

daughter of Mr and Mrs. Y is as follows: ,wal speak on "A Picture Of Education !: danced and sang a handkerchief please call, \ 267.3994.
In The State Of Florida folk dance after Kim Thompson,
Kel' Sunday March 1st. Afternoon
Walter! II ribbon!, Jr., I
This relatively new group recently mistress of ceremonies, wcl
Avenue. celebrated her first : M Doerrler J. Skinner, 'M 1
activated two study groups corned the guests NOTICETO
b!r:hday Friday, Feb. 21, with a C. Young; evening: H. Conner,
for members In this area and
party attended by relatives and M. N. Cason Valyrle Shepherd played her LADIESCome
have plans underway fop a Par-
ukulele Robin Davis told about
March 2nd .
friends. Monday, Morn Larks
liamentary Procedure workshop! the musical instruments the in and let us show you
ing L. Jones L. Willis AFternoon
: ; !
tending:! were both sets of J G vard Junior College: Dr. Helen scheduled for April 25 at Titus troop has studied, Cythia Lock DEEYA'S nmarkiblt COSME.
: Williams
grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. W. ; Mann" Mrs. Virginia Sizemor ville High School. Mrs\ Jane baugh told of the troops monthly TICS. Pi EL the dlfforoneo
J C. Wil-
evening: Phelps, of with FREE 30 minute dom-
Wherry legislative a
11. Gibbon, Sr and Mr and liams. and Grady White, Mayor ot project, making tray favors for onstratlon.
Mis M. B. Roberts; Mr and r Melbourne Mrs Brevard will AAUW is la charge of the the Brevard County Home, and
Tuesday, March 3rd Morning workshop and tells us about 75
Mrs. Leonard( Gactano, Miss be crowned at 8 p.m. Saturdayat Amy Chaddock explained various Nan's Beauty Parlor
: F Young, L. Pettit F. letters have been mailed to organizations other activities. Followingthe
Frances Gaetano, Miss Sandra the Cape Colony Inn. troop
Tutee: afternoon; : M. Kraus, inviting their members the scouts were 1146 South St., TiMivlll
Gactano, Mrs Robert Bass and Mrs Brevard will travel to program .
( F Thompson: evening G to attend. "This workshop Is awarded their World AssociationPins Phone 267 2611
daughter, Lorrie and Mr. and r.t Miami next month to compete
Sikes, C, Water-rose, D Willis not just for people conducting a and served refreshments of
Mrs Edward Gibbons, Orlando for the title of Mrs Florida who she said "but for
Wednesday, March 4th meeting ,
will then be a contestant in the .
Morning: E. Bamforth, L. ]IJst- everyone participating in a meeting
Mrs America contest April 2.12 We feel those will
Expected Back
rada; afternoon; V. Gass, L. '
in St. Petersburg be able to participate more In r"i /..
Browning; evening: E. Chau- .. ,
R C. Brady, who recently fE meetings and express themselves ..- ..\.
jt; dofn T. Howard, J Wilson J I "
Underwent heart within their or ; '
open surgeiyin more freely own
;0>... Thursday, March 5tft Morn- Mr. and Mrs William P. Deacon : -
Houston Tex, and who is ganizations" For further information / '', '
ing: B Jones, G Bray; afternoon 681 Highland Terrace, attended I
still there recuperating, h ex- ; -"- ....... .......... ..;..* l : Z. Cutter, J. Roberts J. the University of Flo please phone Mrs. Helga '" I \
petted to return to his homo on Clark, 2fl75l31 or Mrs. Jane J JI
Indian River Ave, Monday. Mrs. TO ENTERTAIN AT BANQUET Several students of lolls, evening; A. Webster W. rida's Gator! Symphony Band Rose, 287 3161. I ,

Brady who has been at his aide Earnest School of) Dance will provide entertainment for Strom. Concert last Friday at Mt. The AAUW science study '

during hit .stay there, will also the Boy Scouts annual Blue and Gold Banquet this Fri Friday, March 6th Morning: Dora. Their son, David, is a /group met Wednesday morning at Good News FORM1 .. I

return with him.WHISPERING. day evening in the High School cafeteria. In front are V Shuler; afternoon: M. Salter, freshman at the university and a the home of Mrs. Clyde Talley, 1
Lynn Earnest and Jimmie Strakbein who will dance a W Whalen; evening: J. Hughes, member of the band. Also attending
1422 Sun Terrace "Man And His
"ballet with lifts" Standing are, from left Marianne J. Moore, B. Hinds. the concert were David Environment"" is the topic they
Gowan and Pat McClure who Match grandparents Dr. and; Mrs. Edger is BEHR'S
HILLS will do a comic jazz rou- Saturday, 7th Morn will study. Each member received i .1
COUNTRY CLUB tine with Patti Brown and Patsy Ambrose, (absent for ing: M. S. Billsborough, after Thompson of Venice. an assignment: and at the

the picture) The talented youngsters( will also dance in noon: C. Hagler, N. Shields; Although David plays clarinetin next meeting on March 23 they s

CATERS ,TO BANQUETSOF the tenth annual Variety Gala Hidden Talent Show Fri evening, L. Rash, K. Monroe the band, his. principal instrument will relate their Ideas concern- Shoe Center P

ALL KINDS day and Saturday night in the IRC., Civic Center.- of study is piano. ing the subject and tell of reference :. i

-(Carlson--Photo. -)-. -- ..- Guests At Home Most of the high school students material available in the ,. 340 SO. WASHINGTON AVENUE
will remember hint as concert community. Mrs. Carmen Tucker -
Bayview P.T.A, Of Mrs. Peppers master last year. In additionto selected "Man In Space", Mrs. ,"' Downtown Titusville ,

being a member of the Jane Wherry, "Man In ThePast" ,, Has The GREATEST STOCK of 1
Mr and Mrs. Norman Peal of ..
FABULOUS SALE The P.T.A. of Bayview Ele
symphony band, Dave is a member ;; Mrs. Barbara Bedding- ':;;
r mentary School :wilt meet Monday Chadbourne', N. C. and )Mrs..,.,' 'of two other bands at the field, "Man's Development of QUALITY SHOES IN BREVARD

I March 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the John Shelton ,ol Roilfy Mpuct,1* university including the march- Science, and "Man's Emotional :r: COUNTY. at LOWEST PRICES! ._
school N. C. were guests of Mrs.' Jes .
: WATCHES DIAMONDS ing band. Environment" was selected by Discount Prices in Nationally Advertised -
Guest speaker will be Dr PaulIne sie Peppers of Indian River Mrs. Talley and Mrs Helga
Fertsch of the Brtvard Ave., Sunday and Monday. Also !tt Brands ,;."
Mrs and Mrs.
: a new baby boy for Mr.
County Guidance and Psychological recent visitors at the home of
Beddingfield are Implementation Whole !
and Mrs. Jack Byrd. former Shoes For The Family
Clinic. She will speak on "Ml s" Jessie were Mr. and Mrs.
chairmen of the study
: group
the operation and procedures of Carl Arends of West Chicago. King Street here "To write 1000 words a month"is
: HAS BEEN DRASTICALLY the clinic which should be of Importance Mr. Arends was stationed at Jack and Jennifer's third son, the goal set by members otA Save Up To 40%
Daniel Carr, born
to all\ living in was on Feg
parents Patrick; Air Force Bas during .A.U.W.'a creative writing study
REDUCED FOR BIG SAVINGSIJean's 16 and weighed in at 6 Ibs, 12
Brevard county. '
WW II, and Mrs. Arends was employed group Mrs. Peggy Lantz, 1706 Human"WAT1WOOD1SM2
The "WeCan Fit Any
oz Byrds ,
with "Miss' Jessie at the are now residingin South Smith Drive, tells us the
Leaves For Home Dommcrlch Estates
courthouse here during that time. in Mail aim of this group is "to provide
Jewelry Mrs. Edna Dubol. who has 1 land. a spur for the gals who really J
the Elmer Nason
been visiting at
home, Hamllm Ct. left Thursday North CaroliniansAre Girl Scout leader Mrs. Alice
: BIG APPLE PLAZA TITUSVILLE: morning for her home in Provi- Local Visitors Comparato of 26 Royal Palm a. <
PHONE AM 7-3441 called to tell about PRICE SALE
dence, R. I. us a Skills
--------- -- -. -- .. ----.. .- f. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lyerly,. Day coming up on March 7 for all

R of Salisbury, N. C., were visitors Junior Scouts and 'inexperien
at the home of their nephewand ced Cadet Scouts. A variety of 15
family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill ten different "skills will be tau-

Lyerly at 203 Mantor Ave. on ght by Cadet Scouts during the 150 DRESSES: to 20 Y2'II

Tuesday, The Harry Lyerlys all day session to be held at to 22'
Lowioit&tj... were accompanied by their bro Blarney! Castle on U. S. 1. ,

ther, Rev M. G Lyerly and Girl Scout Week begins on

-otJeA-QClCe Mrs Lyerly, of Apopka. Rev. March 8, Girl Scout Sunday, and
Lyerly is the father of Bill Lyer- all. scouts are urged to attend

ly, and Is a frequent visitor here. their church in full dress uniform / P R ICE

f&teL! Brownie. Each troop Girl will Scout have sam and I'

: The Titusville Star- pIes of their handicraft on display .

.. Advocate, i 1st in circulation throughout in(numerous the North store windows Brevardarea 12 Formerly 9.95 lo 29.95

ti Efl1c in No Brevard. during Girl Scout week.
xTrmfitskippics Look for them and see what the
1 N'a

NOW 5. <15.

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lace (it's nylon) front 2\ 12.95 -
panel (it's firm-fabric lined for ,'/ 1101 South Was Ington Titusville t ,* 20 SIZE SKIRTS NOWrHALF,'PRICE 3.00 6.50 .

flattening) shadows bands of pink / : :i. t:"1' NOW'HALF.PRICE 3'" 5.50 :
ribbon-lace. Satin elastic back ; OVEN FRESH DAILY! 1< ,'* 15 SIZE 5 J.

panel stretches up and down for' Wo Carry Over 10( Different Items, Dally i > w" Sl: NOW 3" 8"
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elastic. Skippies style 814 S.M.L. ; For All North Br1vard 3 Times Weekly 3.00 t.M

(Matching Girdle $ N95 ;. Splal Prices Available +I to iron-Profit Organliatlonsl II/. 6 "ALL PURPOSE" COATS NOW 5.5\0 7" A .

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r "Id..!: ", February 21, 1964 Tlhmlllo (FUrMa) Star-A So.ate, Page J
Campaign Fund Director ArrivesThe Landscape And Garden SchoolA Of Thanks r

Mims Area Happenings
Tint Church of Cod an landscape and garden 203 Fairlane Dr.; Mrs. Lewis WE wish to thank everyone for
I ; nounces the arrival of Rev, school for home owners in the their prayers, lovely cards
"a Hall, 121 Barna Ave.; Mrs.
James E. Austin, who will serve'as North Brevard area will get under beautiful flowers, visits delicious
Artist Presents "Chalk Talk"By director for the final two way on Tuesday March 10th. Thomas Lookabaugh 2732 Country food or any other acts of kind

weeks of the eight week Church from 7:30: to 9.30 p.m at Whispering Lane or by telephoneing reservation ness shown during the illness and
Building Campaign in which the (Kills Elementary School to any of the above In. passing of our father and hus
Mrs. Gladys McLendonAM congregation Is presently engaged. cafetorium. dividuals. Registrations will also band. May God bless each of you.
7.1248 be accepted at the door at each Mrs. J. P. Oesterreicher and
The school will continue each Oesterreicher
Edward Stevenson, noted 1I One of Rev. Austin's principal succeeding Tuesday night (for six meeting. Family.

North Prevard artist, presented I areas of work will be conductinga weeks through April 14th according
a program of "Chalk Talks" to series of training acasions pre to Syl Rose, Assistant
all/ Stage II and Stage III children I paring' the local congregation to County Agent NEURITISBy Justment the, your subluxated Chiropractor vertebraeto replaces

in the Mims School cite- do home visitation on Sunday Some of the subjects that will DR. C. H. PRIOR remove! pressure on nerves. 1
torium Tuesday, February 2 th. I afternoon. March 8. These ses be discussed are: Basic princi Pressure on nerves by sub- Then incarnation subsides and
During the presentation Mr. sions of training will be held pies of landscaping; insects: anddiseases luxated f misplaced\ vertebrae pain disappears because CAUSEIs
Stevenson Friday February 28, and Tuesday causes in- a tii5l i corrected. So if Ncuritlc
emphasized of ornamental plants;; na mal ion pains keep you from enjoying
order to learn to draw. through Friday, March 3-6, lawn grasses and lawn manage of\ nerves or sleep work and life, consult a
must have an at 7:30: p.m.) ,. In the home of the ment; dooryard citrus and other what is called J Chiropractor now.
make drawings I pastor. Rev. Ronald Holder! fruits; soils and maintenance of NEURITIS One of a series of articles published
also noted that classroom 3374 Eldir St. landscape planting; use of orn Verte.'f to explain! and Illustratethe
brae .
ties for teaching art are Rev. Austin is director of amental plants in developing the v d Published practice by Dr.of C.chiropractic.11. Prior
Rev, James Austinconjirpgatlnns
non existent. Church Building Campaigns: ot landscape plan. b y strain, whose office Is located at 1334
He was quick to equate the Board of Church Extension The school Is shock, jar Dr. PRIOR S. Washington Ave.. Phone 267-
of and the Churchof /: and the organization being; 8pomlol'11jointly faulty posture. By spinal ad- 3187.
ing art with the Hume Missions\ of
by the Titusville fiar.lrnC'luh ____ __ _ _
of building programs. lie _
math and science because God, Anderson, Ind. lie jOilll'tlthe the Brevard County Agricultural -- -- --- n
develops within the Church Building Campaigns comes to Titusville well versed Agents office and A.A.U.
a sense of beauty and in 1959 and has been in all partsof m organizing new congregations W. of Titusville.
tion for nature, and special visita the country, assisting churches and supervising them as Registration fee is $1.50: per ."STAR L LIGHTERS"FOR I T E
to the In their fund raising they develop and enter building
development) of from March programs.Rev. person for the entire course This
citizenship. lie urged that will be ex Austin has been in the pn ran1S. will cover (the cost of a notebook LEGIONNAIRES,
administrators make teachers will pastoral ministry and related l The lucal congregation;: was and mimeographed copies of lectures
t an art room with and memo church work for many years. He (first t organized In August 1902 on the six subjects to bo MEMBERS AND GUESTS
I' materials for developing will be visit- began his ministry in 1927 .when soil, is presently worshipping on covered.

creativity and the All those he accepted the pastorate at Sunday mornings in the Indian Registration fee may be mailed SATa 9:30 P. M. -1:30 A. Ma
children; also urged visitation Rockford, Ill., llivcr City Fire Hall. In November to Mrs. Leo Walsh, 303 (:olf. : :

further develop techniques each night at He has always been active in of lflu'3, they purchased view Drive; Mrs. Wayne McCiill,
j a two and one half acre tract of LEGION POST NO. 11rI
; art instruction and : the promotion and growth of new LEGAL PADS
Die Supply, 39c
land on which they plan to build
1 them that a community Is service on each at Star-Advocate Office
dent of Spruce Hills, is back in
/ their own building in the verynear .
: the ,
best when the culture supper -
shown, en-. Mims for two weeks. He will (future. This property( Is
mong its citizens is high.
A (Family's be shying with Mr. and Mrs.C. :' located :2SO! fret north of Garden I

E. I lop ton and children. Strict un Carpenter Road.
I Dancing at the Moose Kev. Austin will be the main

The Moose Lodge just To Fair Lt. Col.! Edwin Moses of San M>eukr at the Fellowship Dinmr Invited To Visit The New 1 1THEIR
f Mims Is sponsoring a the Methodist given' by the church for all
dance every Sunday treat Dernadma. California was a recent its members nnd friends, This
from 2:00: to 6:00: p.m. This fair in Or- guest In the C. E. Hopton'home dinner will be held in the private BAU FURNITUREIN

well chaperoned dance the Fair. The In Spruce Hills dining, room of the Whimpering

ti'cn-age! boys and girls are lookng at all 1 Kills Country Club on .
welcome. Music is P:5'a! Mr. end Mrs. Ruben Hambyand Sutuiday night February 29. NEW LOCATION AT-
by the "Count Downs", a played children, on their way from;, He' will also be speaking in
band. : songs the Marietta. Ga. to. St Petersburg, both the morning and evening 21 East Main St. Titusvillo
4 liked. The stopped here for a visit with m. .vices fur the next two Sunday "l

Circle Mtels things their neice and family, Mr. and ,. The morning serviceswill
Come in for FREE GIFT!
The Elizabeth Watkins the children, Mrs. Joe Ruddcll. be conducted In the Indian your !
While Her Bo Sure To ForWORTH .
met at the First Baptist ( excited over hirer City Fire Hull and the Register

of Mims, Feb. 25th. Mrs. They all ate "Si ing" C..I, Speaking" evening Ie,vices will be held In

ert West, Circle chairman County State Music ,Festivals, Judges the community room of the OF FREEMERCHANDISE
Citizens Dick The evening

Titutrill (Florida) Star day.and after competition arc familiar and words superior to those ratings par-,, service will be ot 7:30: p.m. The 100 OF YOUR CHOICETo
public is invited t to( each of these !
Knliiblli4h l I'MOPubli.nrd' were given ticipiting this last week in the
Mrs. State Music Festival at Cocoa. services. Be Given Away Feb. 29. 1964
al'''. teacher Nothing Te Buy
"' W.dnadayu ', a I'm lure our friends of the com
4' By 'ftu, .vlli. ta Webb', munity will be glad to learn that ENVELOPES; IIiiMness Sizes You Need Not, B* Present Te Wlnl'
1:: Advocate. lea the Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp
At The ?nar- the Primary Choir, Junior Choir,
Bulletin. time for mailing. Full stock at Star-
'fO" S.t Main 81r..M of the First Baptist Church of Advocate. J4#
Tltuavlil. Fla.SttSU Mima received the. best possible
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rating, SUPERIOR. Many
III x31REatFlorida :: : thanks to all those who made r
P,... .t..nrl.tlu.battoaal .
Editorial; ".....I.Uo.N.ni former rest- this possible.

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P.ot T1t\1avlll.! (FUrW'' ) SJirAdvv, .f. Friday, February 38,1N4I '" 837Westwood.

Bowling News ilh: teals series: 2390.

JI'"nllln.T a: 0( Mu.t: Wow 14 Leel 1Spacennlw
ea Handicap League 1-1 e
i iI )'Ir.t Nan..1 J1AnlC 13 T
II 1. Gordon Flaat. )Iorlgage. Coop 13 T
High individual gam.: nulty'. IINt.urani 12 a

Shtrfccrd.. 814; Ray Nelsosi. 20()*. Stay :Nelina Landacaping Inatraace 1 13. :
Hou. I) 11
GordonShepherd. K.tbr' steak
High team series: U..Il.. ........... S 12
I Ul; Ernie Bragg Ml. Gatew.y Lanea T 13 .
Graham 1\.oa.\ II IS ,'
: High team game: Budweiser, Cltlaene Haok :II 11

I Terriers Win OpenerDespite n 1F t1' Manor 1

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a sluggish first half, enough breathing room to again Bob Comparato with assistance The Terriers will meet Vero ;; r"I

aid ft dragging third quarter, Titusville" take a comfortable margin and from Tim Barrowman, took sole Beach tomorrow night In the yf

Higb School Terrier sideline the Scorpions/ for the possession of the ball In mid Cocoa High School gymnasium Old Dixie HighwayBrick

won their first game of the Group season. court and stalled with a 4 point for the semi-finals at T p.m

7 playoffs from Satellite Beach, Paul Matthews one o/ Titus lead \until Satellite hauled In a Following the Titusville-Vero

:37-31 at Cocoa last night. vine strongest board men, fouled rebound after Wesslnger missed: Beach contest Cocoa and ft. i Homes, 3 bedroom, 2 Full Tile Bath,
minute remaining shot from the outside.(
Satellite Beach a team that out with 6 a
Pierce will play at 9;:30 p.m.
has caused the Terriers trouble in the fourth perio" and was replaced With 2.32 minutes left In the Scoring for TitusvUlo last night (Colored) Central Heat, Built-in Range
io I one of three meetings during br Boyd tfte regular season, displayed a seer was at 3049 when Matt- shooting spree, that Included were Matthews 10; Jarrell 8;
Choice of
Conparato 6 and Barrowrnan 4 wi Hood Sod Lawns & Shrubs
Jarrell and
strong defense midway through hews retired.! points by Larry ,
the third quarter, that nearly putdamper Playing the usual control ball Comparato, which boosted Titus- Evans of Satellite was high

.' on the Terriers Led by In the final minutes, Tttusvlllc'i vine's lead to eight points, clinching scorer with 12, followed by Stro- Colors, $14,200 to $14,800.

"'3" Ralph Evans and
trothers; the Scorpions tallied II d' 267-5437, 267-5293, 267-2802

points In the third period while

holding Titusvillo to 10, however ) I
the Terriers were able to keep Tigers Whip

ahead by racking 12 points in tbe DAVIS LAWN SPRAYWE'11LJEM ,

first quarter and 10 la the soc points In the second 24 In the
Woody Woodbury,
School quarter, as
Cocoa High Tigers proved
end. Titusvjlle was leading 22 13 Bob Seemer and Bob! Stinnett, third and 12 in the fourth. [ STOMP M
at halftime, and then watched for about the 20th time this' took turns tossing In field goals, IlUb point men for Cocoa was l a Chinch

the (lead! dwindle to a mere two year, their unbeatable prowess' while the Tigers defense held Seemer and Stinnett with 16, and EYES BASKET Larry' Jarrell, left'etting ready to i3'i TNJ Bugs

points on three \different occasions on tbe basketball court and po-' Melbourne to only eight field Woodbury with 14 come up on a jump shot while Titusville s Matthews, No. 0

litoty tromped Melbourne, 65-29, foals the entire game. Cocoa had Leading Melbourne was Hewitt 49( prepares to throw a screen, against Satellite last 0 7-284 Fungus
The Scorpions tightened to a during the first round' of the State a 29-13 load< at the end d the first with 9 points. I night The Terriers won the first round of the state i

full court press during the fourth Group 7, Class AA playoffs in period Cocoa will play Ft. Pierce tonight I Group 7, Class AA playoffs.-S-A( Photo). .iti' ; Worms

period and had two opportunitiesto Cocoa, Thursday evening.. The Tigers then kept! strengthening at 8:30 p,m. In the semifinals .
t take the lead on charity shots Cocoa took; a. challeogjng: but their lead, compiling 16 at Cocoa's gymnasium I Fertilization

but missed giving the Terriers comfortable lead In the ,first I Three Tie In Low Pull Tourney


Bernice McCotter Mrs. the handicap flight wlth'15
Mrs putts
Bowling June Ryan and Mrs Grace Williams for 9 holes.

tied in the low putt tourney Mrs. Jeannette Crawford replaced -

during the Women's Golf Association Mrs Rosa Poe at top of

weekly match at Whispering the Flight "A" ladder tournament. ,
At The To Resume Saturday Hills Club. .
.,_c: LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Country In the "B' flight, Mrs,

All three members will Adamletz is tied with Mrs. Bottle.
replay to decide the winner in Dooley for first place honors. a
Brevard County Men's Bowling 12 noon with double and single a '
9:00: TO 1:00: LIVE ORCHESTRA the low-handicap flight next The next meeting Is scheduledfor
MEMBERS AND GUESTS Association Tournament will resume events and more team events week, Mrs Jackie Keller won in March T at\ the club house. SGT s4(

1 Mile North Mimi en U. S. No. 1 Semi Formal at Gateway lanes Saturday will be held March 1. f t.
afternoon as approximately The five day tournament will -

1.000 bowlers compete for nearly conclude March 7 ;;

$4,000 In prizes and awards.

Put in Ihis Younker Construction Co. of NOTICE: OF Htl.M TAYLOR UPHOLSTERY fiver bib r
yourself picture now Cocoa is leading the tournamentteam Nonce. .Ji hereby given that purlunnl -
to the rinal Decrea of Fore-
events with a score of 3018, cloaure entered In the ".u.. pendln AUTO CONVERTIBLE TOPS
get a low-cost while Gene Wlckell and Tex DaY In the Circuit Court or the Ninth \joinb uJmtae1?
Judicial Circuit, In and for Brevard AUTO SEAT COVERS
is of Eau Gallie with 1290 lead the County Florida. In Chancery NoZa / .
HOME l IMPROVEMENT LOAN doubles and Z. Riser leads the ell,,13 the. the property unrteralgned diluted I Clerk I 1ft Hid will REPLACE CONV, WINDOWS f eh s

singles with 670. County: described' ai:
FI'QIQ.LJ. FiaimctalPatinae Lot eleven ((11), Block seven (1), DOOR PANELS
TV tournament t will begin at In PIN'".Htl; DUB! UNIT NO. 9. aubillvlHlon
rn according to plat
Progress'a filed, In Plat Book. 14: at pare
loot Ilrcvaril) of the County Public, Florida. Rernrdi. of 1027 S. HOPKINS AM-l 7-11/0/

Together with all UructuVcf and
HONDA"World's Improvement* now and hereafter on
will. land, and fixture attached
thereto, and all rentt, l.'u.a, pro
ceecla, and profile accruing unit to
.accrue from paid premlaea. all of
a ; No.1 1 Cycle" which. are Included within the fare.
':. Y1I going description" and the habeadum
.4 Cycle No OH Mix thereofat.o. all fee, cream electric-,
water and other healing, cooking',
refrigerating, lighting, plumbing,
ventilating Irrigatingair conillllonlng : IJ
.and power eyitemi! mach.Inei D r
appllanrea. fixture. and appur W .s Your Home Loan Payments
tenincea which now are or may
:c hereafter be
perlaln to or uied
with In. on or about Hid. premleta, Remain The Same!
n. though they b. detached or
detachable, .1 publla onto. ID the

v'T wl highest: clock.and beet Noon bidder on the for 9th cuh day atI2at CATERPILLAREFFICIENCY. A lot of smart folks figure that if they buy a pieceof

: of March IBU, at the Eut front property now, It will increase in value in coming
door of the Ilrevard County Court-
Does your home need a second carporte screened-in boom 'In Tltuevllle, Florida years. That may be true, especially if we have more

*'porch -. patio another sleeping room, etc? CURTIS Clerk: of the R. Circuit BARNES Court inflation.
Arrange with ua a Home Improvement Loan at 'low t\ lly Beetle HallDeputy
and 9 Clerk In such a case you'll be paying for your property
? banfc rates, repay in reasonable monthly payments. ICOURT SEAL
P'.b. 21 (Fri.) 196.. with tomorrow's cheaper dollars When you get a home
North Brevard's A ModelsFrom loan from us your monthly payments can remain the

!MtTICK,: 0.1.1', ': same for 15, 20, 25 or 30 years.
Home- Full Notice !I. hereby liven that .
Only Service $$299 to $$795HAM'S pur.uant
to the Final Decree of Fore-
costs but not for Interest
Property ,
Owned Bank cloaure. entered In the cauea penillr may go up you.
Bank In the Circuit Court of. the B rates may go up, but not for you.
Ninth Judicial' Circuit In and forBrerant
I Ia
County,. Florida In Caan. .
..r, No/ :l7..1Ni. the underlined We give you the privilege of making, without pen-
Clerk. will aell the property illuatoila alty larger-than-usual on loan at
a payment your any
F -st'National Mid County Uectlb sc
? Bank CYCLE CENTERMagnolia Lot id Block DICTION: C. J LK&WOODFOHKeT acconllavto time, and thus reduce your ultimate. interest costs!

ST she flat thereof, aa recorded Our loan service is "almost instant". Our Initial
H I I. Plat Boob H. rate 3\ of the
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA PI..., Ttwvlll! Public Records. of Brevard charges are only up to 2% plus out of pocket expenseson
542 King St., Cc.n County, Florida.. .
Not The Oldest Not The Largest. But Th. BEST! S.keek St.. lau 0IIU 1 Water Healer Blectrle. Ther. finished homes. Our interest rates are reasonable.Our .
mo Olaaa Kvpubllo Model It home loan department (entrance on Main Street) is

Member Federal' Deposit Insurance Corp. "N.teI 2 Wheels-S. H.Itone"" 1 hop Jl-13 Oat..44'la Hani *. Oven for better land'clearing open to 5 p.m. daily.
Cl t.
1 Dlepoaal Waite Champ 14
F Caterpillar-built tractors are designed for
Togalher with alt atructurpa .and Title or by increasing your original home loan at little
Itnprov.menla now .nd ber.dler on the heavy Florida land clearing chores. No
laid land, and flxturea\ attached expense.. .
1V thereto,, and all rente Im oe.. .
pro. ,
matter what the Job these tractors "
oeeda, and pro tit. accruing and to are

..% ADDITIONSAND which accrue, are from Included an Id premlaee within the. all fore-of efficient and do all the big jobs better, *
JDinar deecrlptlon and the haben- I
IhereoL.aleo; all ga..team.l. faster and more economically.
stele. water. and other heating No "
cool leg. refrigerating. lighting. i For This
alumblng. venlllatlag. Irrigating, I That's why the man who operates'Caterpillarbuilt "
air eoadlllAHlnc.I and pewee ajeIcme -
HEED. machlnei: i
appllaacea Ntlureeand ?
7 appurlenancea. which now nee equipment can do the Year's
01 way hereafter pertain to or b"
toed with In. on or about ail best most efficient job in stumping root .,
prenalaaa. eveiv. though they ha ile- 'Y v
'R0 REPAIRS .1.l lache".
011RE for euh, at U.OII o'clock Noon 0"
the tlth day of March 19.l. at the knows the land clearing business and.
Bant front door of the Brevard
County Courthouse In Tltuavllle. is dependable as his machinery.
Clerk of the Circuit Court For land clearing-call a man who
sty llertle HallI9puly operates -

r / {COURT rEAL Clerk efficient Caterpillar machines I
Feb. II IFrl) 196.
sold and serviced by Roiicr. They can da

STEEL' all the jobs.
$tit .1ebttalab



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STACKHOUSE CONSTRUCTION CO. Ncgoogo ... 'QFnJ NDO. r.LO R 'DA.TAMPA Indian Hirer Branch 145 N. Coquina AYO. *

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Coaches Writing Star-Advocate Sports r

I'll"i7l1'l n NEWS AND VIEWS I I''

with Protest Letters DOGRACING

i Tracksters Win 1stMembers

Tituovilld High' Schonl> Athletic! "'If the Professional clubs have 1 .
Director John Gaines and per their Friday night contest televised of the Titusville High Paul Wyatt Brcvard Count}'. 11 feet, 4 inches. e
cnme. haps every high school coach on a national circuit we School track team almost upset record holding pole ,vaulter won Mile relay DeLand. first Tltimille. .
,sae4a tlualw Spec iddari their coach Wednesday afternoon first in the 18O low hurdles,
across the nation Is writing can definitely forecast a decreasein was ( second. Time: 3:47.:
I strong.: letters to the National attendance at high school athletic as the Terrier hoofers collected a member of the San yard relay 220- yard dash Nehnan (T) Sorry I r
i "When you call on a Thoroughbred, he gives you all the Football League, combating.: their events, because the teams 11 of 1} first place awards and team took second in broad jump and Toney (THera! Hndavnay No Minors)
speed, heart and sinew in him when you call on a Jackass, policy to televise football gameson will be playing: at conflicting easily won a triangular meet at and second in the pole vault. (T)), Bcdenbaugh (D), Time: 21.2 NIGHTLY'*
he kicks:' Friday "nights. times," Gaines said. Deland's Stetson track. The Terriers will host Eau Gal. Broad jumpReam (T), Wynn Racing
We couldn't help noticing this bit of encouraging philosophy The bettors; which were basedon "We have nothing against televising Coach Don Godwin who recently lu Tuesday afternoon at Titus (T), Cooper (ID), B.allT). Distance t:10 EXCBPT SUNDAY ,'
that hangs on a postal over the main entrance of an Die tact that it professional !: the professional games." was searching the grounds rill\" High School : 18 feet, 9 inches
athletic dressing room at Titusville High School.In leagues are allowed to televise Gaines added, "In fact I seldom lit; Tilusvillc High School for :Meet[ summary: Discus Dial (D), Poston) Matinees WEDNESDAY
a way this can be applied to the- Sonny Liston-Cas- Friday right contests, they would miss a game, however, most track competitors, sal(if he could 120 high hurdles LovelessT (F.MS), Loti (T), Ilcrr (D). Distance FRIDAY A SAT. 2 P. Mw
sius Clay heavy weight championship fight in Miami, Tuesday .. harm high l school sports financially sports fans will sit in the comfort hardly believe it when be watch ( ), Scarborough (FItS: [ ), Cox : 42 feet, 4V4 inches
evening.The ] were sent directly to Pete of home, where it Is cheaper ed his crew win one first place ((1)), J. Harrison ((0)). Time: 187. High Jump Dabs (T), Cribbs!' LADIES' NIGHT THURSDAY
only question: which man could be classified as a Hostile)] National Football League and less bothersome and after another!! over DcLand and 100 yard dash Cooper (T), ((0), and Edwards' (T) tlc<%. GLASS ENCLOSED ?
Thoroughbred and which would be the Jackass? ;: President, along with messages watch the pros, Instead of sup Florida Military School) In their lt>'nier ((1)), Lvnois (FMS), Nei- Gregory (IT), Height: 5 feet 8 HEATED GRANDSTAND
Evidently, now that the spewing disputes are under to tie president of Ford porting their local program." season opener. man (T). Time: 10.8. Inilies. LUXURIOUS CLUBHOUSE;
control, the Louisville Lip will have to be called both the Motor Co. possible sponsor of "I can use Tltimlllc as a financial TitusMlle finished, 95\ia points to Mile run Roberts (T), Tres. S110Dial\ (D), t.oz! (TiKlcindorfcr VALET
Thoroughbred and the Jackass. For one reason, Clay accom- the events'' area senators and example. The gate receipts DeLand's 684 and FMS's 11. srls (VI.) :Mihalek (DI.) Nelson (I I)1). Cooper (T). Distance I DPB
plished a feat that even the best sports editors and writers conGressmen. received! from football "The boys really turned It on," (J D). Time: 4:51: ,& 21 feet 4'j,' inches I
said could never happen. He used speed, heart and sinew games are enough to support) Godwin said following' the meet 880 yard relay Titusville' (Net- 410 yard dash Cooper( (iTt>
along with mouth, to prove he was the Thoroughbred of football \\hlcII: estimated to "i If( someone would have told me, man. \Vynn, MelvIn and Hada- Cooper (D), and Flap ((0)). tied: Hwy. 17.92 B... Sanford, Orlando.
boxing. "When you call on a Jackass, he kicks." Yes, Clay Parkway Track cost!' about $8/ ,,000, along with sup we were going to win. II of 1 IS way: ) first DcLand, second Phillips (T). Time. 55:9: :!>>,, '.,
' did kick. He held his own, and made Liston look like a child plying equipment for track, events 1 would have had to call Time: 1:37.9: -
trying to pucker his lips round enough to throw a wolf whis- swimming l: and tennis, Basketballis them a liar, because I didn't\ 180 low hurdles Wynn (T), J """" Sam JanoverINSURANCE
tle at Jane Mansfield. Whether or not he kicked we can't Schedule Set enough of a spectator sport think the team had progressed Harrison (D1), Scarborough 7
say, because we didn't see the fight, but following the TKOin that it can financially hold Its' thot much." (FVIS! ), Rhinehard (FMS), Time 'r r
the seventh round, Clay kicked himself in the air so high Parkway's Junior High;: track own. 'However the team deservedthe 225. ,
and yelled and spouted the familiar words, "I'm the greatest. team will play a six-meet schedule "If we have a decrease In gate win because they worked real 880 yard dash Ream iT) 4 t
." this year, beginning: April 2, receipts, this could harm one of hard and put out every bit of ef Goodlin (D), Smith (T) Time 2 0 ANY TIME
Clay cannot be denied.If according to Athletic director the other sports, and maybe even fort possible!' ." 122. ANYONE! .:
sports fans recall last week, the Star-Advocate sports Ken Gaslin. football'." he said Maury Roberts, who( placed Sprint medley) relay TltusvlU .IL ANY PLACE! r
fourth in the state meet last (lladaway( Wynn, Murris, Rob ANYTHING
department published an article concerning the local atti- "IP football\ folds because of a yearIn
Gaslin said wilt host
tudes toward the Clay Liston fight. two meets which Parkway, will be herd on" finds deficiency! so will track the mile, broke a DeLand High erts) first, DcLand, second Florida 210 So. Washington AT.
School School, third. Time
at 4 $1 8. Military :
The only man out of ten people who would defend the school's driver oo\tcai.IMt) asphalt tennis and swimming. Suppose 2144.: h TliUSTllls 1.
Clay was John Redman, Resident Professional at Royal Oaks track. this would happen to all schools. Several members on the team Pole vault Hoogerwerf (D)) Phone 257-7319
Golf and Country Club. B<' ore long, colleges(] would be competed in more than one event, "I'm As Near As }
(IT Cribbs ,
Wynn ) ((0) Height:
Almost a week before the fight, Redman said, "Clay will Teams included id Parkway'sschedule hunting for material and nearly winning first place in both Titusville I -- --
win in the fifth round. are Clearlake, South professional\ players are signed 's Tom Ream won firstin 'ourVhone"I
"The Louisville Lip hasn't missed and I don't believe he west, Central of Eau Gallic, following collegiate(] careers the broad jump and( 880() yard I
will" Redman predicted. Edgewood of !Merrill\ Island and which could mean, the pros may dash while Clifford Cooper'' I

I "Clay is faster and I expect him to stay away from Lis Satellite. be hurting tnemselves. It'i a (clinched the 100 yard dash. 880 I Does your It's time for :
ton as much as possible and then hit him unexpectedly in Coaching track will be \Hank long rang foraoast there might yard dash, and took third In the R .a
Lowe, Jack Boone take 15 years but it's possible." shot sIUTTEeng '
the fifth round as he predicts. and Ellis I
For the past couple of days, Redman has been walking ey. one TUNEUPor
around town with enough space between his ears to drivea Gaslin also stated, they Wil'l FALTER
bulldozer through without touching the edges. probably look forward to JERK,
And why not? He is one of three people in the world Eighth grade;: t team taking -NOTICE- ?
who predicted Cassius Clay would win-the other two people county-wide sweep as far as com : or STALL
were Clay and his manager. petition is concerned. Last year,
Redman, who is originally from Henderson, Kentucky, while seventh graders, the team WE NOW SERVE DINNERS IN OUR
] (only 140 miles from Louisville said he wasn't a bit sur was undefeated and won nearlyall If so. e 1 e
prised to see his prediction come true. competitive events, both track MEETING ROOM '
: "People have really under-estimated Clay. The boy and field and the same boys are
fights a hard battle. He's colorful and he knew exactlyI back again this year wth added
Daily S to 10 P. M. Sunday 4 to 9 P. M. A
assistance from some transfers
what to do.
I Get your car's motor ready for
i Talking to some of the other sports men around Titus- "The Ninth graders have several I

I vine, Billy" Dee said, "I missed my chance to become a mil good prospects, especially In FRIED TROUT .. 99c Dclmonico STEAK $2.25 carefree driving in the warm- "
lionaire. the field events, but like the Seventh
Dee, like 999 million other people, ourselves included, they will be lacking sprint. FRIED CHICKEN .$MO T-Bone STEAK $3.75 weather months aheadOnly

i predicted Clay would fall in the. third round., ers," Gaslin said I FRIED SHRIMP $1,73" Siriojn STEAK $3.50 SAfIg WEEI's 0
"Kind of shocking, isn't-it? laughed Dee. Following Is the schedule: I o ffsERVrc
For a gambling man, wagering on the 8-1 odds it wouldbe April 2 At Clearlake, Park. Huge salad!\>owl with your choice of dressing, hash- ." el
like betting the Dodgers would win the World Series way, Edgewood: and Clearlake. ed brown or french fried potatoes, coffee or' tea, -'
from the New York Yankees in four straight games or April 10) Home, Central and served with all dinners. *
"Hootin'' Tootin' College" of "Nose Bleed, Iowa", beating Clearlake. \

Oklahoma in football.It April 17 At Central, Parkway, 6 6aylindercar l tlraa
just doesn't happen.We Central and Clearlake. ,
couldn't help feeling somewhat proud of Clay. May 1- At Southwest. RIVER LANES SNACK BAR 6 ilx l e.

We always pull for the underdog, that's why we gen- May 9 All county meet, Clear- any I ( !II88S.
miss all Indian River Plaza Rt. 50 Indian River
erally predictions. lake, Southwest, Central, Edge- City .
The entire world was against him. wood, Parkway and Satellite. J''
I "Who's the greatest?" thundered Clay while whooping .}.
it up in the dressing room, following the fight. A car f
j "I'll give you one more chance, WHO'S THE GREATEST r ... "'
*Fttt tttra If needed ,
? z.
j Immediately, "You are Cassius, you are !" 9 9I FORD WINS WE DO ALL THIS. /,
i Is there any question?
\ Sure there is. If Liston did not have problems with his 'Clean and Adjust Spark Plugs 0 Check Coil and Condenser
,shoulder, what would have happened?
We would like to make a prediction now, if there is a I ; MOTOR TREND'S"CAR Clean and Set Points Q Check Generator and

,return fight, we will again take Liston, this time in the four- Set Timing Voltage Regulator:
th round instead of the third. Et OF THE YEAR
One thing we did notice, Clay had previously stated "If AWARD"Y Fo Adjust Carburetor 0 Check Battery
I'll walk the and kiss his feet.
Liston whups me, across ring '
Liston evidently, didn't kiss Clay's feet. FOR Just Say. "CHARGE IT",, _J ake months, to, pay
Clay is definitely a Thoroughbred. WV'' v t -
Checking around town, trying to find another person
'who predicted Clay as winner, we found Larry Monhollon r
at Titusville" School, who stated before the fight, "Clay 194 E1t 1 t' 'yv

will win. Tr SHOP rf
Well, It's easy to see why Monhollon would support Just say
FREE every) It"
Clay.A native of Louisville. Kentucky, Monhollon watched eight steep? "Charge ,

Clay fight, several years ago, and after the fight he said, Fir, Ill 9 P.M, take months
"there's a champion in the making. to pay l lI
"Yea, I even saw the first Cadillac Clay purchased. Immediately Now Own. i .
following a fight that netted Clay $2,000, Mon r b' y')1
hollon said the Louisville Lip bought a pink Cadillac, and "Total Performance. :
just to be certain," Monhollon said, "I drove past Clay's FIRESTONE NYLONAIRE k, i .
house and sure enough there was that big pink car sitting
Car Of The
in the drive-way. S,
.ir 1tr
Last week-end, this writer and two other Star Advocate 1964 Year" ;(
reporters attended the Daytona 500. 4"

Bob Mangum, a member the editorial staff, and Gene rk a
Blythe, photographer, and myself witnessed our first big
FORD SEDAN y'0 N.1uN aKYw.ae /
National Stock Car race. I { Price .
Evidently, it was Governor Bryant's first stock car race, ; e .w r w w '2 Moe1 FREE
because in a brief welcoming and congratulating speech, WITH FACTORY '
called the Daytona 500 of the $100000
Bryant one "biggest sportscar
races in the world." AIR CONDITIONING t 'p"e4MORt '
Plus tat and aad.in are .
No offense Governor, but it was a stock car race. .
Blythe was not too pleased with the outcome of the race. i AS LOW AS your .
In fact, he paced up and down the infield fence mumbling
unkind words like "Plymouth blow up:". To be truthful, $$179 Down (OR) $$39.95 PER ji Pk.d. "'_..a Pirwl_a"....waoNar" .dr a ted.r ",......D..I... s'"d. .r.q ,.,,k....'1..?,.rd..rlnew.. nwraaw dare. :
Blythe is a Ford man from way back, therefore; he was very MONTH .
discouraged when his favorite automebile bit the dust be- .
hind a Plymouth. .-
; He drives a '62 Ford, 390 cubic inch stick shift and all 2 YEARS OR 24JJOO MILE WARRANTY I Lt 109 HOPKIN&CornsrOranO ..

the trimmings, and holds a record at a Kentucky'drag strip ) t r .
'lo show its success. However Sunday, his head was low >N? 4150 ,,iie.ir, fM if +. Appliances a a fa ..
and one time he even said, "I would just as soon see a Chevrolet Good .,
win." McCotter Motors 4 Sporting Lawn A Garden ..
Mangum was very much Impressed with the race, but RI ,
ike the rest of the 82,000 who attended griped and com- i 101 S. WASHINGTON AVE.-261.2112 Bicycles, Radio, TV ...
lamed when it took nearly two hours to get out of the in- OeKNA CttMelACCOUNT Car Accessories .
"Central Florldt'i Trading 'r .e ..
first few laps of the race. Mangum was breathless, <4
nalnly admiring the drivers for skill and guts.
Incidentally he's a Chevrolet man, but he kept quiet
,bout that. ,' 1k sir .i : by' loaf, R.f L -ss aIGA :, oisx



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TlhiivllU (Florid) Star- Advecaf Frld.y, February 28, 1M4 Boat Club Charts Business MeetingThe Tides
Troul FishingIs
High Lrw
regular meeting of the Ti members are reminded that dues
Appeal CourtReverses Blood Bank Mobile Platinum oast Contemporary Novel tusville Boat Club will be held are due. There is a possibility ofa Saturday, P.b. 21

Unit Coming MondayThe I Study Opens Tonite Good, Local next Tuesday, March 3rd, at 8:00: guest speaker on matters of 10:01: a.m. 3:52: a.m.
p.m. at the Yacht Basin. 10:23: p.m. 4:14: p.m.
to members.
Central Florida Mobile Greater Pride will present a
RulingOn Blood Bank will be here from 4 Managers Meet | course' on "The Contemporary ( Reports Since they are only having one Anyone interested in joining/ the Sunday, March 1
to 7 p.m. Monday at the Masonic English and American Novel" amp business meeting a month, all club Is welcome to attend. For 10:39: a.m. 4:33: a.m.
Temple to accept blood donations The "Platinum Coast" City :I members are urged to attend, more Information contact Com 11:04: p.m. 4:54: p.m.Monday .
Oak Hill from local residents. Managers Association, as the beginning School.tonight at Titusville Florida's warm and sunshiny and give their ideas on cruises, modore Ed O'Mara, 267-6833, or March 2
This Is a public appearance fort city managers of Erevard, Vero weather baa once again boosted projects and activities at this Vice-Commodore Carl Shane, 2673350. 11:18 a.m. :5:13: a.m. ,
e mobile unit, designed to bo Beach and New Smyrna Beach The courses, to begin a 7:43: trout fishing catches, accordingto time. In order to plan activities, : 11:47: p.m. :5:33: p.m.
The First District Court of received from J and J
have become known, met to discuss reports
here for the purpose of donations p.m. will Include 15 sessions
Appeal, in a decision rendered mutual problems yesterdayat Fish Camp, near Mims.
for the credit of any organization, and Dr. Irvin Stock, chairman of C
recently in Tallahassee, revers individual, church, etc. Colonial Lounge. the English Department at Rollins Carl Cox of Titusville caught Iwiift
ed a circuit court ruling'ot November Titusville City Manager Cleve College In Winter Park 15 trout weighing up to three t
1962, reactivating Oak land B. Talmadge. hosted the will lecture. pounds using live shrimp, withina f
Hills charter that had remained Local Girl Wins meet, and reported that various Registration fee for the course fishing period of only two anda Jersey
dormant since 1930.E. municipal problems of like nature will be $$20 according, to Pride, half hours. Cox was fishing late
experienced by all the cities ..involved and registration may be made by morning and early afternoon.
A. Smith, an Oak Hill
Contest( Keith, of
District were discussed! calling 2672020.Horseman's. Larry and Dorothy Takes A
and one of a group opposing 911 Park Ave., Titusville, also
reactivation of the charter Marie Annetta Daugl.try: a The city managers are: W. W. caught 15 trout on artificial lures\ ,
through&; Titusville| attorney John sophomore at Andrew J. Gibson Gunn of New Smyrna Beach, Club Set ranging from 1-3 pounds In
Earnest Watkins of Eau Gallic,
Starling, had appealed the de High, took top honors Saturdayin Gordon Dillon of Melbourne, For Week-End RideThe weight. Swing '
cision.Residents. the 12th Division Oratorical Claude Clawson, visited the Th\
of Cocoa Beach, Jim
Jerry Singer North Erevard Horseman'sClub occasionslast 'r
ford American on two different
Contest held at G if camp
( in favor of incor Legion Post 181 in Vero Beach. Doyle, acting city manager of will hold a weekend! horse week and caught five nice Into \J li
poration bad: sought to activate The confident local girl was Cocoa, and Talmadge. back trip. They will leave the trout within a period of three (\ P
the charter under which Oajc competing against Ceya Austin, arena west of Mims on the Turpentine hours and angled: 10 trout on the
Kill; became a city 39 years ago. representing Post 191, Melbourneand 4-H'ers To Visit Road at 8:30: a.m. tomorrow second trip. Clawson was also f JJ
Decision of the court is basedon Patricia Drown, Post 181, Fair TomorrowA and about 25 people are using needlefish end lures. Spring
the fact that although Oak Oifford.Annelta. scheduled to make the event. Ed llubbard! and Pail Hair of 1l
Hill was! chartered by the legis- will represent the 12th group of North Brevard 4-II Sanford, caught 15 trout, also
lature, the court feels there is Division on March 12 in Lake Club members are planning to HECUPERATINGDewey fishing between 10 a m., and 2 i
no legal procedure whereby the attend the Central Florida:: Fairin p.m., with the largest tipping the "
District 4.00
land In the 11th com
court of equity can step in and successfulthere Orlando tomorrow "Tn n e s s e e" Herndon scales ut 2 pounds.Most .
she is
petition. is recuperating at home said the weather
now anglers
hold flection.
an will Making the trip by bus will be
the Titusville girl represent -
from an illness and expects be for trout fish
o ,, has been! perfect
If anything can be done it must the American Legion students from the following{ ele-
out 'in a few days.
apparently be done by the leg- post here and the 12th district mentary schools: Coquina, Mime, 1------ ing.
Mature. ), which opponents con- in statewide compttion. Rivtrview and Whispering Hills. /
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It's grand: opening! on Sunday Magnolia Ave., with a free fish
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Bayvicw School-PTA Planning For Carnival I

Around Ilayviow Elementary School i is be served for a small fee.

$Advocate formulating plans for its Spring At a meeting held Wednesday
Carnival to be hold March 21st morning only a few motherswere
(By Bob Hudson)
The carnival will feature all present These mother are
The Vole. of 25.000 North Brcvard Residents.
WARMING: look out you Did Mr. Tipper sit in air raid County torts of games such as fish bowl very enthiniaiXic( and willing co
- -- ---- --- ------ -- -
tingle men tomorrow is Leap shelters in Liverpool at the age of Section B TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1964 Pag.I.\1 sponge throw dart throw take work but They cannot carry on
Year Day. It occurs only once 14'IS'18 or did he watch the city --- -- walk cherry tree, ring toss. a successful carnival without
I every four years when the cal burn down (where these lads bean bag, etc Also featured Mill more help. Those wishing to volunteer :

cedar catches up with our solar were born at that time). Well, we be pony rule. courtr store to help may do so by contacting .11
system It's that extra day and, did and would have Indeed wel Smoking Study TomorrowA auction a movie! and horror the homeroom motheror
strangely enough, it always falls corned the sight;: of a Beatle Fad' house. by calling :Mr Den Uusby l .
the same year as our presidential or 'Elvis Fad'. America had Hot,logs and hamburger and Jr,. 2b7 6315 or Mrs R T Summa
elections are held. Frankie at that time as we re IK.me.made pie with coffee wit!! :2i7.4rNt.:
seminar \\ill Your Child president of Brevard JUnior ------ --- ------- -
on son physiuans --- --- --
Just t a bit of advice to the call, but we only had bombs. mx :
single men the gals are sup- Mr. Tipper, in England we never Smoke-Should You" will convene College; Review of Surgeon\ din; "I I hope that the seminar will I

posed to, by tradition, be out apologized for a Rock and Roll at 9.00 a m Saturday, Feb rral report on smoking and, be well attended by

looking for you tomorrow If you singer sent from America. We accepted ruary 29 at Brevard Junior College. health by Miss Mary Cathrjne leathers and others parenls'l T iroutjhout the state there is: increasing interest in one of Volusia County's most outstanding -

wanna be caught slow down.( them as we also believethe Cocoa. Park, Ph.D., president Brevard youth guidance, so that citizens and native sons, Representative Fred Karl
Sponsored jointly the Ere Unit "111 Choose the be better discuss
by County ; equipped to
Otherwise use own judgment adults have accepted the
your 1957 where he noted for his
'Beatles' as clean cut fun. It vard County Unit of the Amer. Huh: Road" The American with children the dangers:: involvd His service in the Florida Legislature since -- was
was signed by "Two Limeys who ican Cancer Society and Brevard Canter Society's latest audio.visual before the smoking habit becomes / efforts on behalf of better schools: his fight{ for fair apportionment, his dedication ...

The student was trying to display also invaded TiUmille la.t year" Junior College, the seminar will for 5th and 6th graders on too deeply seated" to clean. honest government and his determination that Florida" : state government 1

his knowledge of math: To the "Two Limeys" the feature a discussion by leading smoking; Coffee break. must be i responsive; to the needs of the people has earned him statewide recognition

"Figures can't lie," he declared. writer wouldn't want to get good physicians of the recent SurlleonGeneral's Address by J. J. Zavtrtmk, and honors.

"For instance, if one man can friend Ken Tipper in trouble. He report on smoking and M.D. of :Miami, former president Parrish Fighter For Fairness

build a house in twelve days, was completely in jest when he health. Florida Division, American Can .
twelve men can build it in one made the remark. And we could Teenagers, parents teachersand cer Society; chairman Florida The Tampa Tribune calls him: "A fighter for falrnesa" ,

day. add this Ken served for a number all others Interested are we'I. Cancer Council, 1958-63. Hospital Tom Vinuguetra, political columnist and legislative observer for the Fort

The teacher interrupted: "Then of years in Her Majesty's come to attend. There is a fee oi After lunch a 'Medical' panel :I I nuclcrdale News, describes him as "a quiet deliberative man, .personifying dignity.
$1.00 for registration payable to
288 men can build it in one hour Navy. discussion! will have Isabel Rub\ I He never grandstands"Both

I 17,280 in one minute, and 1,036,- facilities the Brevard are Junior limited College reservations As- erti, MD, Indialantic as rmxlcr! Activity descriptions are) correct, for Fred Karl is both a "fighter" and a "deliber

s 809 in one second." Professor: What do you con ator, with Dr. Zavertni, AdiunR ative1 man."
be made with the business
While the student was still sider the greatest achievement of manager of UJC Reserv- Jensen, M,D, Rockledge stir Admissions! and dismissal at
gasping, the teacher went on: the Romans? ations will be accepted on a first- icon and Daniel L. Donovan Jess Parrish \Memorial Hospital
"And if one ship can cross the Latin Student: Speaking Latin come, first serve basis M.D., Melbourne internist and for February, 25 and 2iS were liS What dots! the futiiithold toi Fred 1 Karl'

Atlantic in five days, five ships The program for the seminaris cardiologist as panelists follows Only time nleiu.se: will tell But ""I'' ; ni\', vou can bo sure: Fred Karl, "fighter
can cross it in one day, 'Figures: Wish to offer congratulationsto Woodrow J. Darden, superintendent February 25 ,
as follows: fur tdiincsj! ahuus VA ::1be\ working for and! u' i> risible and honest government
can't lie,' can they?" the Brevard Sentinel and Star Welcome by Dr J Bruce Vtil- of the Brevard County Admitted: Titusville: Margaret a government alert and I u "--uonsive to the n} cd:. .>)1 t the people.
for their new building In Cocoa Schools, has given his endorse. logK, Ben Spurlock, Leslie

Boy, oh, Boy .here we go The new offices and production meat to the seminar. DarJin Raulerson. Edward. Durelinc I I'all'rla I .4\. r ',,; I : "

again with another month full of building is to be open to the pub said, "Both the college and the \ Tiimpiuk anrl) Janice I K A..{ G
special "days", "weeks" and lie from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. A American Cancer Society shouldbe !Martin\ ; Others: George Garn: I ';

"months". Spanish type structure, the build. t commended for giving the son, :Mum\ ; Jack O Bryant I ; \
March all leads up to Easter ing is located at the intersectionof public an opportunity to hear a me A' !: ':.J.0
Sunday on the 29th. old U.S. 1 and 520-a key spotin b discussion of this Important and Discharged: Titusville: Jack : .e, j

It's the time for the American mid.Cocoa timely topic by a group of lead. Hoi'ton, iwerutoijn Godwin I t \'i i

Bed Cross Fund Drive, the Easter Cranvillc Goal, Cheryl Ann Barton b .
Seal Campaign, it's Children'sArt Saving money isn't a challenge R V
Local Seaman and Donna Lane, Others I \ "
Month, Buttermilk Bread It's an out and out victory. ; 1L
OsceoU Glenn, hums; ValeriaDennett
Sales Month, National Coffee and Serving Aboard I
IRC.; Leon LIU, (Hollywood
National Egg; Month, Nauonal We've noticed how nice the fire Oiler USS Platte ; John Hi ton, Illinois\ : s9 E
Mushroom Month, specialty Advertising hydrants look In the city-with February 26
Month, and the month their bright yellow coat of paint Larry F Hancock, seaman, Admitted; Titusville LconNir t, ', J J

opens Spring Clean.Up Time. Understand the tops will be. VSN, son of Mr. and \Mrs John man, Bobby Puckctt Artie Will 1' t. W
Strange that peanut marketers painted with a reflectorizcd orange II Hancock of 102 Nidos Ave., lams, and Edward Johnson, R
haven't tied in their product paint so they can be easily Titusville is serving aboard the Others: liouUti Tucker and Pete I J

with either smiles or vision be. spotted at night. fleet oiler USS Platte, operating Ilornsbj1. :Mims; Willa Mac Sum
cause the first week of March is Now that this job is almost out of Long/ Beach, Calif. mars Ettie Ilenilcy. Miinmle F ''No

National Peanut Week, National finished-we have a suggestion to Platte returned on Feb. 8 from Gifford Bernard Coven y. and

Smile Week and Save Your Vision city hall-how about painting the Rev, T. J. Splor a five-month cruise in the Far Robjn Woodman all of I IMC ,

Week. parking lines on downtown East. While deployed she called Pat Sanders, Merritt Island
Not too many people sell hats streets The lines that were there at Pearl) Harbor, Hawaii; Okinawa Discharged: Titusville Lenis .0

through classified advertising, have worn away and, where some Revs Spier Guest ; Subic Bay, Philippines; Roger. Jacob Miller, Karon
but the second week of March streets have been re.paved, there Honk Kong; and Sasebo and Yok- Meter Edward Burdmo, Joseph
combines Spring Millinery Week are no lines at all. Yes, there are asuka, Japan. During operationsnear Knight Tony \rana Ben Spur
and National Want Ad Week. It lines on Washington and Hopkins At C&.MA Sunday the Philippines, she was luck and Leonard Brown; Others R RThe

is also Girl Scout Week and the -painted by the State Road called to assist the Seventh Fleet Fulton Reed, Mirni.; Charles Clifford .
second week of the month marks Department we understandbutnot T. J. Southeastern during the I
Rev. Spier, operations recent crisis I.ltC.1 i and Gayle McCoy,
another Friday the 13th. on the cross streets. District superintendent of theChristian in Viet Nam. Merritt Island North Brevard Committee, FRED KARL FOR GOVERNOR, needs more ,'
Talk about a combination- Another suggestion: If the Alliance | workers and funds. If you would like to assist the Committee aiwi/o -donate to the

check the third- week of March. parking meters are "out" permanently will and be the Missionary guest speakerat funds, please fill out the coupon below, clip and mall tot FRED, KARL: 'P. O. BOX 1

It is Poison Prevention Week, 2038, TITUSVILLE. FLA.
bow about removing the C&M.A. Church of Indian Cover That Coffee Break
National Rice Week, National metal the - - - -
the unsightly posts - - - j jI
River City, Sunday 730
Wildlife Week, National Shoe Golf Date or Business LuncheonWITH I
meters were mounted on. ,
. ,
Rev Spier has served as pas. Names . .
Care Week and National Salesman Certainly the streets of TitusUle A PART-TIME SECRETARYWHO I
', Week tor of the C..UI.A. church in WORKS . . t tI
\ would look a lot better. FOR ONLY 25c: PER HOUR I Occupation: .
St Patrick's Day comes along Miami for six years, also in Atlanta I II

on the 17th. Ga for many years and I Address: . . . . . . . . .. ... ./. . . ,
The automobiles of tomorrowwill
for the past 9 has been a a I
The Camp Fire Girls celebrate be faster than sound->'ou'll years Kd lJd> Phone Contribution . . I II
their birthday March 2228 and national evangelisst under the I
be in the hospital before
that week Is also Green Candle of you can Christian and Missionary Al Cocoa A I : J
2038 Titusville Florida
Hope Week. start the motor. fiance Last September he was Tltutvlllt Coco FRED KARL, P. 0. Box ,
Art !.. .
Beach - -
- - - - -
Palm Sunday is on the 22nd, elected by the conference to his 27.5SJO
Good Friday on the 27th and The officers of the day stoppeda present position 636.7031 Campaign Headquarters AM 7-2849-Pd.( by North Br.v rd Com., Karl 'for Coy., M. Mllltr, Trt..)

Easter Sunday on the 29th.We'll mess orderly carrying a soup
kettle out of the kitchen.
wind up the month on a
sweet note-Money for Breakfast "Here, you'!" he snapped r '-:
Week is from March 29 April 4. "Give me a taste of that'!"

Obediently, the orderly hand
A woman with more money ed him a ladle and the officer s- .
a 11 .Il
than brains decided! to purchase tasted. s .

some antiques. She went to an "Great scott! Do you call that .
antique dealer who started off by soup?"

showing her a beautiful vise. lie "No sir-that's dishwater." <. _
held and exclaimed "This ,
it up u _ _ _
W 1 H IU1 _
vase is over 2,000, years old. ,
"Don't try to pull any fasttrl'ks 1 -
Dr. Robert B. HogueOptometrist
on me, snapped the woman
"It's only 1934 now"

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From a reader in Mints: We Announces the new all )' .-
were 'nosing around' and read location of his office
the article of Ken Tipper apolo
giving for the invasions of the InPIRTLE

Beatles We would call his atten- PLAZA

tion to the fact that stories have Tltusvlll, Fla, 1 .. .
appeared to the effect that the
Clues Hours Phone
Deatles have calmed down the I'f
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r Church News Of The Week J i

For Titusville and North Brevard CountyDeadline 4r I ,

For These Pages 3 P.M. Wednesday 41ckV


r Nazarene Christian ScienceOne First Presbyterian cottsmoor Baptist '

"'1' Thc First Church of the Naza- of the main themes at Rev. Charles W. Bates, pastor, Sunday School Is slated for ;

'"tone:, 1027 Park Avenue, announces Christian Science churches this will conclude his series of ser- 9:49: a.m. at First Baptist Church r ., '. .
the following services Sunday will be from John morn on "The Church and the of Scott'smoor' with Dale Redd H V ; V .

of the week: ((1:17): ): "The law was given by Individual" at both the 8:30: and a*' !superintendent< and classes for '

Ii-,The Sunday School hour begins Muses( but grace and truth came 11 o'clock services Sunday. all ages.
v by Jesus Chrift." There is a church-hour nurseryfor Rev. Lloyd Anderson of New
at 9:43: under the leadership a o
j lIS'f,<' Hubert Blankenship, with The Bible Lesson on "Christ children to age six at 11 a.m. Smyrna Reach! will bring the inspiratmnal .

asses fcr all ages. Jesus" will also include this only. !message at the 11 f ,Y ;
selection from the Christian Science Sunday School with classes (for a.m. worship service.
The worship hour begins at 3 t ,
11:00: with Rev. Thomas E. Ream textbooK: "Christianity as all, convene at 9:45: and the Training union, with Mrs. '* T dC :
''Wringing=! the message. Tha Jesus taught it was not a creed, Junior-Hi and Senior-Hi youth Grady Sanders'as director will

church choir will sing under the nor a system of ceremonies, nora group! meet at 7 p.m.A meet al 9:30::( p.m., with unions

direction of Frank Hallum Jr. special, gift from a ritualistic Communicant class for boys for all age groups. / '1 '
minister of music. A duet will Jehovah; but it was the demon- and girls from twelve yean ofagr Evening' worship will convene ,} /' $* *>
i"be Frank ktraton! of divine Love castingout is now forming, to com
presented by Pat at 7:30: (p'.ni. with music by tie
J Hallunv The Infant and Tod. error and( healing the sick, mence Saturday morning, April junior and :ntcrmediate choir. "
net merely in the name of I
I Jlcrs nurseries are open for all 4th. Mid-Neelc! prayer service and
Chris', or Truth, but a demon I : /
regular services. Adult choir rehearses Wednesday Bible study Is scheduled for
} The Junior and Teen Fellow- stration of Truth, as must bu evenings at 8 p.m., and the Wednesday at 7:00: p.m. followedby ?yd 9 I II Ie 9 F
the case in the cycles of divinulight"
: ships will meet at 6:00.: Teen junior choir on Saturday mornings adult choir rehearsal.
(Science and Health! with
.,resident( is \Judy Manning and at 10. Both groups would Royal ambassadors sponsoredby I
Kiy to the Scriptures by Mary ; ,
-jjjmior director is Jean }laser.e like to welcome additional voices. the Brotherhood, will me.pt: a ill M + ra1
Also at this time the Christian Baker Eddy, p. 135)). The adult choir is currently rehearsing Saturday p.m. at the church. a *!

: Service' Training' Classes will First Church of Christ, Scientist an Easter cantata. Nursery is provided for children x

a meet.i : Titusville, holds Sunday under; four years of age nt
i services at 11 a.m. and Wednesday all services a8 i" r>jfe
The' Evangelistic service is at C&M AllianceJohn
testimony meetings at 8
: 7:09: with Rev. Ream speaking.
at 103; Baldwin Snopping
: Solo by Lloyd Terry and a duet p.m.Center. Sunday School for Allen, the superintendent St. Teresa's ,!
f by Gladys and Tom Reem, Jr. of the Sunday School of the .oy a
children up to the age of 20 con. Teresa''aCatholic aa .
t The regular monthly missionary vanes at 11 a.m. in the Chamberof Christian and Missionary Alliance Services at St. p ra e"t

J meeting will be held Wednesday Commerce building. All are church, will open the Church are announcedas
% night at 7:00: under the welcome. School at 9:49: a.m. with a song follows:

leadership of the president, Patricia feast and talk. W. O. Dtnnlson Sunday Masses: 7:30: 9:00: and 41

Hallum. Church choir re- will teach the Adult Bible Class 11:30: a.m. "

hca'-sal. will be held followingthe 1st Missionary using the book to the Romans.( Daily Mass (Monday thru Friday ere are little minds hearing words receiving impressions, r

service. Baptist Nursery facilities are offered ), 8:00: a.m. being taught A passing teacher fixed it that way.

I Cottage prayer meeting will Indian River CityFirst the during each of the services of Family Vocation Mass on Sat "Little pitchers have big ears." That is why wise sayings T''"'" t Yr.
be held Tuesday night at 7:39: ( at day. urday, 9.00 a.m.
often fall from tiny lips...they are repeating .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Missionary Baptist "The Red Heifer" will be the' Our Mother of Perpetual Help
I H1I1I\lmj Jr., 130 Jay Jay Road. Church cf Indian River City an- Novena and Benediction of The What words are you passing on to your child or your neighbors' YOU
sermon topic by the pastor duf- !H
announces the following services ing the 11:00: a.m. worship hour Most Blessed Sacrament! Tues- children...what are you teaching them? They alt have talent tHFCHURCH

!:3: Central BaptistServices : Also the reception of new members day, 7:30: p.m. but It must first be awakened by someone if it ;ia to grow / c""' '*.b., CHURCHpvYOU'
Stations of the Cross
and Benediction
'Saturday, Feb. 29, 10 a.m., and the serving of the com f ?
of The and be productive. We can give them good tastes in food, to'J
Most Blessed
for Central Baptist fifth Saturday meeting of the munion. The Christian Cadets
Chutch, IRC are announced as; East Central Florida Missionary and the Senior A.Y.F. groups will Sacrament, Friday, 7:30: p.m. recreation, reading and religion. Actually, we carry the next J S S :

follows by D. V. McAllister,, Baptist Association at Crescent meet at 6:30: p m. Confessions on Saturdays, .4 to generation on our shoulders. I wonder where we are taking' them "M+

pastor: City' Missionary Baptist Churchin Rev 5 and 7 to 8 p.m. Are we giving them good environment? Do we take them to church? "'N
Ted will
Speir btf the
Inquiry Classes for Non-Catholics
Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45: Crescent City.
guest seeker during the evening Tuesday, 8:00: Their future depends upon The Lessons We Teach. "doe.
a.m.; morning worship, 11:00: ; Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45: p.m.
Religious Instruction Classesfor
training union, 6:30: p.m.; evening a.m., classes for all ages; mornIng -
worship, 7:30.: The youth worship, 11 a.m., with message Prayer meeting and Bible Public School Children: -"S57S;
choir practice is at .5:15: and by Pastor Howard Thornton. study and choir practice Wed Grades 1 thru 8, Sunday, 10-11 s ??*5 *

< tult..cholr will rehears at,8:45: vNurtery' provided, Baptist Train. nesday at 7:30: p.m. a.m. Grades 7 to 8 S thru 12, Wednesday This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
This coming week is the p.nxChurch n
hag Course, 6:30: p.m., classes The Ladies Misionary Fellow
Annie Armatrong Home Mission for all ages; evening worship, ship meets Thursday at 1:30:
Week of Prayer. Cottage prayer 7:30: p.m. p.m. Of God Edwards Realty Moonland Mobile Homes, Sales
will be held at Joe and Edwards ..
meetings Monday
Wednesday: 7:30: p.m., mid- U. S. 1 North of Overpass, Titusville
9:30: a.m. at the homes of Mrs. The public is invited to attend Baldwin Shopping Center
Mary McAllister, Polaris Ave.; week prayer services study Christian ChurchFirst services at the Church of God,
course by Elder Howard Thorn.
Mrs. Boles Swertfager, 120 !Moon downtown( Titusville, at 308
Road; Mrs. Jack Townsend, 230 ton; 8:30: under p.m., the adult direction choir rehtarsiil of- Christian1' Church of Ti Washington Ave. Sunday school Atlantic Plumbing Co. First Federal Savings & Loan Association
Coleridge. I tusville offers the following services begins at 10:00: o'clock and worship -
Doyle Risnor. 329 St. Johns St. Titusville
: at II::00. Evangelistic ser Downtown Titusvflle
Tuesday the group will -meet Thursday: 10 a.m., ladies visitation vice is at .7:00: p.m. I
Sunday Iflf
at 9:30: ( a.m. at uchiirpb. The ; 7:15: p.m., men's visitation : Sunday The guest: speaker in the Tues

YWA will meet afjhe (fourth at ; 7 p.m. beginner's rehearsal a.m.with; Pastor morning Eddie worship, 11 a.m.y day night prayer meeting will be I I Threlkeld's Standard Service Luke Cain
Fine's meal
7:30: under direction of
p.m. Peggy A. Albrilen( of Drandon. Mrs.
sago on "The Man Who Preached Downtown Titusville AM 7.9927 State Farm Insurance Companies
Oxendine 7:30 choir
: Junior
; p.m.
Floyd Mulkey, president of the
Wednesday, 6:30: p.m., the beginners rehearsal under direction of Deliverance to the Captives.A 214 Palm, Titusville!
Y.P.E. extends
: a special In'lta.tlon -
and Sunbeams
primary ,
Marie Morris. congregational meeting will t? attend the youth service
junior and intermediate GA's
and RA's will meet at the church; be held at 6:30: p.m.; Christian Thursday night at 7:30.: Indian River Machine Shop Baird's Mobile Homes

also officers and teachers. At Trinity LutheranSunday Endeavor meets at 9:45: ; 7:30: is Indian River City, Florida Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa Florida

7:30: prayer meeting will be held the Bible study hour with topic ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only23c
with WMU in charge of the morning worship service "The Crowing Christian Shares."
program at Trinity Lutheran Churchin eaco at the Star-Advocare

: Indian River City begins at Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., prayer Office Mims Citrus Growers Association Boyd's Gulf Service

Thursday, cottage prayer 10:13.: The Sacrament of Holy -meeting service. Mims. Florida Downtown Titusville
meetings will be held at 9:30: Communion: will be celebrated T

a.m. at the homes of Mrs. June at the service Sunday. A nursery
Jones, 543 Vanguard Lane, Mrs. for small children is provided. THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF SCOTTSMOOR Mr" and Mrs P. W. Roberts, Jr.

Nita Focks, 285 Key Largo and Sunday. School begins at 9:00: WELCOMES YOU Turn Eaif" At Toby's, Fruit Stand Rev. Sterling Mills Mims\ Florida James Pritchard & Sons

Mrs. Marilyn Greenhalgh, 250 witli classes for all ages<< including ', ,..r'I i \.( \11.\'". .>Frank &.r;Mary Schuster & Associates
Colerdige Ave., and on Friday at adults. Youth Confirmation Sunday School..... Ws( a.m. Morning' Worship . 11 a.m. 2300 South Washington Titusville
9:30: with Mrs. Maxine Coleman, Class will meet afternoon Training Union 4:30: p.m. toning' Worship ., 7M p.m. ,
Sunday *
224 Taylor St. and Mrs. Sue at 4:00.: Nursery for Each Service Prayer Service Wed. 7 p.m. Brevard Lumber Company

Craddock, 310 Ryan St. The Executive Board of the The Only Southern Baptist Church
Trinity Lutheran Church Women Between Mbns. and Oak HillltRINITV W. E. Kennedy
Badcock Furniture, Titusville
Lighthouse Tabernacle"Silver will meet Tuesday morning at Ray! Nelson Insurance Agency
10:00.: The Junior Lutheran
and Gold have we Choir will begin having a half- LUTHERAN CHURCHAn Big Apple Plaza
none, but such as we have (the hour practice cacti Tuesday from '' Bryan-Conway & Winstead, Inc.

w Saving, Healing, and Joyful Gospel 8130 to 700'; beginning this Tues ( Amertcfa Lutheran Church) ., Downtown Titusville
of Christ!) we (would) give of *
unto day. Adult choir p'tactfce will begin 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE r Burger King

you"The -at 7:00: (> Tuesday. INDIAN RIVER CITY r North U. S. 1, Titusville
Lighthouse Tabernacle Is The Adult Instruction Class for Belk-Lindsey

a full gospel, nondenominationalChurch those interested in learning about SUNDAY, SCHOOL . . . . 9:00 ..m,

located at Mims on the teachings arid practice (HURCH SERVICES . 10:15 ...m.W. Duff Electric; Titusville Titusville
North U. S. Highway 1, of the Lutheran Church will be
past :Mr. and Mrs. 11. DuffMorfey's
Kelly Builders. held at 7:3D: :> Wednesday evening. Extend A Co/dial Welcome To You I Guy

The Lenten Service Thursday T JAN 'Colonial T V. and Appliances
CLAUDE E. Patter ,
Services are held is follows: evening will begin at 7:15: with a"Singspiration" ,
Sunday School at 10:00: a.m.; and children'soermonette. .
\J Western Auto .
Worship services 11:00: a.m. and The special theme .

7:30: p.m.. prayer meeting every this week is "The Cross Gives I Welcome To The Mr. and Mrs. Chas J. Morley i C W. Danenburg
Wednesday night at 7:30.: Peace of Mind" Washington & Broad, Titusville Danenburg Realty

11 r 1514 S. Washington Titusville :

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH"In I First Baptist "* '

Canaveral Rambler Master Cleaners ;
Th Heart Of The Community" Phone AM 7-1343 .
Church of MimsOnly i S. Hopkins at Titusville City Limits :
Main & Hopkins Titusville, Florida

W S. Hardin Pastor Fransen's Drive In Restaurant :
5 Downtown Tltusvllle North
Minutes from -
SERVICESSunday On U. S.1 to Mint Turn Loft at Blinker Light. and Employees South \Washington i Mutual In urance.Service. Titusville MV and Mrs. N. E. Jones .
SUNDAY SCHOOL ., ..... ... .. ...... 9:45: A. M. '
Worship . . . . 8:30 & 11:00: A.M Downtown Titusville'
Sunday School . . . . 9:45 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP .. .. ... .. 11:00: A. M. p Y :

Training Union . . . . 6:15 A.M. YOUTH CHOIR REHEARSAL . 5:30: P. M. Rlnker Materials
Sunday Evening Worship . 7:30 P.M. TRAINING UNION .. ... ..... . 6:15: P. M. Corp. Fulmer's Drug Store :
Mld-Weelc Service. Wednesday . 7:30 P.M. EVENING WORSHIP .. .. . 7:30: P. M. West Orange Ph. AM 7-5900: !) Gene Sego
Oldest Baptist Church in Area Established ins Air Condition for your Comfort Rev. Joseph E. Boitwrlght j r ;..ftfV',
1889 Affiliated with Southern Town Motel The Employee. of .
Baptist Convention
"The End of Your Search For A Friendly Church" 1
Alr-Condltloned Mother of Three Missions W. Downtown TitusviUe Suburban Propane GasService- '
"Wondorful Word of Uf. 7i45 A.M. Mon.-FrU WRMF :
Cordially Invite You to Attend Our Services. :M, 1h

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"( ..", Ftbruory$, 1164' usvlllolorU<(< .) St... Advocate Pig 3-B Mims MethodistChurch Children's Home l Orsino Baptist Day Of RecollectionAt

School, 10 a.m.; the Representative To Oisino Baptist held services St. Teresa's

youth and adult departments of Speak Sunday P.M.Mrs last Sunday in the new building
The Cithilic: ) Wor.an's Club of
Church Mims Methodist: Church will with a large attendance at both
News Of The jOin together for an assemblyat T. M. .lohns( 'upu mtcn. dirvicM St Tcr sa's Catholic Church ann >

week-4 10:30: for briefing en visitationand dent of the Baptist. Ch I'dr'n's' Worship services will be held < unc('s that its annual Day of

y ( Increased attendance Home In Lakeland will be guest (Mi Sunday at II ;a.i m. and 730: Reenlleih"0! > Wit be held at St.
speaker at the 7:30: p m worship
t/, 1 pm The pastor, J. L. Gainer, Tcrf'a'' Church on Sunday.
Morning Worship, 11 a.m. hour at First Baptist I Church In
For Titusville and North Brevard will hare as his sermon topic
The Sacrament of Holy Communion Tttimille on Sunday, March I. March 1 I. from 131: 4:30: pm a
Deadline tor ".e.. I'agrs S I'M. Wetlue0ajr "Blessed are the Peacemaker "Mi'ihg the Mark. Assistant
", Ml'thodillt'outh Fellowship This eivice will be of special pastor Rev Louis Goodner will I ln: '. Michael B. Law lor BA. ....

6:30: interest to the many classes and preach: at the evening service. Mo.will conduct the three
circle: who sponsor children at Sunday School meets! at 0:41 spiritual unfrrrnces, and close -
IRC MethodistThe EpiscopalThe First MethodistMorning Good Shepherd Program: There will\ tilt home: and others who would am. ire !s scum with benediction.

"W:'\!k In Holiness! will b. be a covered dish supper for all lilt'l! know> mote about \the!
!Wlawlnr! President of Bis
Sunday morning service schedule for St. Gabriel'sEpiscopal worship will be held is
meirbers and friends of the
home and the children there Westside
the are
theme of the message by the Baptist
of worship for the\ Indian River l Church as announcedby at 830: and 11:00 a m. at First Church at 6 p.m. The plans for urged to be hip Dairy Central Catholic High .i
ReArnold F. Claus Sumljmoimng present
'I. City Methodist\ Church will be Father Ferguson Is as follows Methodist Church on Sunday. \ week of visitation will be pre Worship service Is!) held at th School i h.: St. Petersburg
{. March 1, at laud M n-bcrs of Women Missicn
held in the new church building : Rev Edward W. Norman will sentcd 7;30 p.m.. hymn sing W !lltirll t! Baptist Church on .
Shepherd Church. The sermon will note that thus A Day of Recollection is a retreat
en the Orlando Kighway: across Sat. February 29, at 6:30 p.m. bring the sermon "Who Is ing and 'film, 'Worship, a Family ary Tropic !SI at 11 a m.; Sunday .
text 3. annual rrinlatiire. and excellent
is Ephesians Chapter is the! beginning of the in is an
from Indian River Heights at the Cub Scout Blue and Gold Christian" Scripture will be 's Heiitage." School begins nt 9;43 with classes .
verses' l to 9. Two worship set 1'ome Millions week of tune for spiritual re new
11:00: a.m. The pastor, Hcv banquet will be held at the Florida read from Isaiah 1:11-17: and prayer. for nil ases\: Junior choir
vices will b* conducted, the first There will be Oc'rvice each d.I This event is to all --
March 2 8, Week of visitation. II open
Robert Waddtll, will preach using Utilities at Bellwood. Mark 1:14: ::10 The 11:00: o clockselAlco practice is at SOU p.m.
at 8:00 a.m., during which Holy Teams will be needed to visit morning: at 9:30: lor prayer and women end high School girls
as his topic, Horses To will be broadcast over
will Communion will! be celebrated, w.oik Training! union begins( at G:15fol'ocd Catholic ,Catholic
Those Who Can Ride" Sunday Morning Prayer radio station WRMF. dining the day and each evening. prigrnm:: about mission iniur or nun
be raid at 1:15: a.m. Holy Com and the second at 10:30: o'cluck. March 4. general( meeting of own country. : by worship( service at
The Sunday night service will Church school under the leadership Infants 730fj: For Information or transporta
munion will be celebrated at and small children will Woman's of Christian
be held at 7:45: p.m. Congregational of John Raley will begin society lion call Mrs C. W..lly. AM 7.
he cared Grace .A. meet at
7:30: a.m.; Sunday School for the for in the nursery during Service! 10 a.m. Second study Baptist girls Wednesday
singing will be emphasized promptly at 9:45 a.m. with f. and meeting CW53)
fourth grade and up will meet at the second worship stmie on missions on Southeast Asia. 13 put prayer
and there will be special music. classes for all ages A nurseryis Grace Baptist; Church holdcrvicis
9:00: a.m. The adult class will The Sunday School classes Filmstrip, "New Day in Nepal, begins at 7:15: :
The pastor will continue the sera provided for children of pro- < m I the Community
also meet at this time under the meet .''t 9:15: including junior! Bible study 7 p.m.; senior choir Nursery ti provided for all
lea!! on The Life and Theology of school age An Adult member. Church\ luiilding on Old \DixieHighwa tervices METHODIST MEN
direction of Jack Horton; Family and adult Bible classes The1'iifor's (practice 7:45 p.m.
John Wesley and the sermon ship class Is being held on Sun. >. _
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Eucharist will be celebrated at : Class, presently alerting Mast 7:20: p.m. SaturdayAt
topic for the evening service day in the Pastor Study at 9:45: March. 6, Junior choir practice, Sunday: Bible School 10 a m
10:00 The School home Devillier. Church
: a.m.; Sunday a series of lessons Therumlimeitals of !\frS. Barbara I I.R.C. M.thodltt
will be The Turn with classes for all Anew
Aldersgate: a m 3 10 p.mMarch ngis
third grade and below, will of the Christian Wednesday( 7:30: p m., prayer Outln ts Meei l A Program
ing POint. The nursery will be meet at 10.00 a.m. under the direction Youth recreation will begin at Faith," also will meet at 013: 8, 25th Anniversary s.cm of Bible stories! will nit'i ting I Is held at the home of
available at both services for be shown each: week; morning Color Movlet: Friendship: 7"
400 p.m. Sunday followed by services of (he Woman's Sotietyof
of James Munnis, Jr a.m. A meeting of the young the minister
small children worship) 11 ::1.m., Uihl' Expo l.
orchestra MiY snack .
8:00 practice Christian Service 3pm. -- -
Monday, March 2, at : p.m. peoples organization, the Wai
The children's choir will rehearse will be held at 5:30 with tion by Parlor John Maimne;
the Vestry will meet supper : ther I.epgue, will be held in the
from 4.30 to 5:30 p.m. In meetings following at 6:15: and fellowship hall at 6:30: Sun First Church Of GodThe Youth meetings 0.00 pin. "THE DIFFERENCE IS WORTH THE DISTANCE"
the chapel Sunday The senior Tuesday, March 3, at 9:30 a.m. evening worship at 7:30 p.m. day p.m. evening (gospel hour 7 700 p 111
the St Brigit Chapter will meetat services of the First \\ >dnr duv: Midweek service
group of the Methodist Youth Choir rehearsal will be held on GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Fellowship, 10th grade throughage the home of Mrs Beth Scobieat The Girl Mission Leaguemtmtiers Church of God will begin with 7:0U: p rti Studies in Cnlouinni/
7:30 .
Tuesday at : m
will come to the School classes 10.00
21 will meet 5 00 at 1:00: p.m. the Mary Martha Sunday at
at : m
p (Mtttlng In the Community Chjrch Building)
the chinch for their recreation, Chapter will meet at the homeof Boy Scouts! will meet at Blanton church on Tuesday evening at oilxk this Sunday morning. First Christian !

and Mrs. Felix Sturrlno Park at 0:30 p.m. Wednesday; 7:00: oclfclt for business met!, llun will be classes for all ages Indian River COME AND HEAR
pizza City
program a supper.
Gn 1 Scouts will meet at 4:00 p.mon lug end nit lon study At 7 30 Rev James Austin directorof
The juniors, 7th, 8th and 0th Wednesday, March 4, 7:13: : First Christian Church or ITiC JOHN MARGENE E Pastor, Bible Teacher,
Wednesday in Hennessey oihck. Tuesday, the pastor Church building campaigns of Evangelist and Youth Leader
graders, will have their MYF a.m.Iorning!\ Prayer will be said meets nt the Civic Center with
activities beginning at 6:00 p.m. followed by Holy Communionat class will study the major doctrines the Board of Church Extensionand !: tile foil,>wing/ services' : I Blbl. School 10 II. m.
Mid week prayer service will of the Christian Faith, a Home Missions of the
The iVoman's Society of Christian 6:30 p.m. Covered dish sup Bible School, Oam ; morning Morning Service 11 am
t.beld at 7::30 p.m. Wednesday; dupl:rate of the Sunday Class Church of God Anderson, Ind.,
Service will have its regular per followed by movie, Ri- worship 10 am and evening Youth Meetings 6 p.m.
Study group will meet on Wednesday for the convenience' of those whoprefer will be speaking In the 10:45:
executive: meeting' Tuesday, 9:30: treat and Decision" The Mary worship 7 p.m with nusstiKesb Evening Service 7 p.m.
a,m. at the church. There will Martha Chapter will be hostessess at 7:30: p.m. an evening meeting' timt iicluck) service >' Palor: !I.nnclon [Di-villiei Mid.Week S.rvlc. (Weds.) 7 p.m.

be a general:! meeting of the'W.S.C.S. The Mabel Lorah Circle will At 7'30 p.m? Wednesday, the H".. Austin is here conducting Monday 7:30: pm. Willing
at 19):30 a.m. followed meet at the home of Mrs. Harold fourth midweek Lenten service the final two weeks of' an Workers CmKwill meet at the The Bible Center of Br.vard Invites you to

by a pot luck dinner. The nur. Thursday, March 5, 9:30: a.m. Wier, 1(9( Jackson St., at 9:30: will be held :at! Good Shepherd tight week Church Building an Independent Bible believing Baptist Church,

: serv will be \'ollaUe. Holy Communion at 8.00< p.m. a.m. on Thursday Mrs. Ken Pastor Claus's sermon will b9 campaign that Is being held in this roily.There .

i Fair meeting under the directionof reth W. Thurbei will have the "The World of, Doubt," contmu the local congregation will be workshops and THE BOOK THE BLOOD THE BLESSED HOPE
t The adult choir will have their
Mr and Mrs. T. Daniels and program ing the general theme of the Len training sciMonsi every night
rehearsal! Wednesday, 7:39 p.m.In There will be a special evening -
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Mr and Mrs. Jim Munnis Jr. ten meditations: 'Woids of Jesus this week except Monday! In the
the chapel The adult dis Membership classes for the service, at 730; p.m. In the
The choir will rehearse on rrom The Cross!" home of ncv Ronald! I'oldtr
fifth will be held Hen Citizens will\
i suasion group "The Meaning\ oft grade in Bunk room This
Friday, March 6, at 7:45: 33"4 Elder St.
p m hall at 10:00 Choir rehearsal will I he the The Brevard Lumber
Church Membership, will be ri'ssev on Saturday : be held rally for Campaign. Company
Evening Prayer will be read at
held Wednesday 7;30 p.m. in a.m. followed by membership immediately after the Lenten The Campaign) director will bespeaking Services on Sunday are presently
I the church office 5:00: p.m. on Monday and Friday classes for the seventh and sixth' Service' : Wednesday evening Everyone is invited to hemK!! Conducted: in the READY-MIXED-IN-TRANSIT CONCRETE
and at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday andThursday Indian River City Fire Hall on
grades: at 11:00 a.m. The March: meeting of ttte -- ---- g Building MatorUI Q Lumber 4 Paine '''Hardware
The church membership class ctified"' f
Board of Directors of the congrogatnn Magnolia Ave. WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSES
for boys and girls will be held Thursday at 7;30( pm., the This conjugation. U: affiliatedwith
Church Of ChristThe be held Lei Us Gin You An Estimate
Thursday at -
I Saturday, 10:00( a.m., at the
7:30: Theocratic Ministry school is the Church of God whose
Calvary Baptist p.m.Pasc'r I Prompt Delivery Phone AM 7.3831
church Church of Christ is located Claus will instruct held, followed at 8:30: p.m. by general; offices are In Anderson,
The Methodist Men's Club will Services will be held Sunday at the corner of St. Johns and Junior Confirmation .the weekly service meeting. Ind ..
I have its monthly meeting at the at the Calvary Baptist Church Sat -------- -- ------ ---
Jlcpk ns Avenue. The schedule
urday at 9.00( a.m.
church Saturday evening it 7:30: as follows: of services is as follws: .. ,. '. .
o'clock An color.
sound film Friendship?" will Sunday School will begin at Sunday: Dible study, 9:50: Jehov h's WitnessesThe

be shown. 10:00: a.m. under the direction of am, morning worship service, following program to be

All men of the church, are Marvin Fisher, Sunday School 10,50 a m; evening service, 6:00: held at the Kingdom (Hall, 1422:

Invited. Supt., with classes for all ages. P.m", the" midweek Bible study Norwood Ave., is announced by /4rj.

Tte morning worsnip service is on Wednesday et 7:00: p.m. L D. Shawver, local presiding

First begins at 11:00: am. with Pastor Bible study classes are provlded minister
BaptistFirst Bill McClure bringing the mes- for all>l age groups both Sun Sunday at 3 p.m. a public

Baptist Church otter( sagd The Young People's Group day morning and Wednesday Bible lecture will be given by a 1

three worship services every will meet at 6:30 p.m. and prayer night/ The senior class (ages leplelll'ntatlot the Watch _

Sundaj The early service begins service will be held at 7:13: 1319)) has just begun a topical tower Society, 'r. C. Tuten, I

at 8:30: clor-k: with music pm. study of various subjects pertaining whose: subject will be: "They : fr-
About the Dead"
by the youth choir and a mess' to the New Testament following
Pastor McClure will be teaching the lecture at 4:15
age by the Pastor, Dr. W S. church: This class is conductedby : p.m. the week
Hardin from the Book of Revelationat Tom Wheeler ly Bible study will be conductedon This is the bottom of our line.

Sunday School begins at 9:45: the Wednesday night service Landscaping of the cnurch the subject, "The World ( Tcmpol Sports. Coupe)
at 710. God's Field of
sin with graded nurseries, : property has recently been com Work and Why
classes and departments for all The Weekly Bible Study will pitted. This effort is the God's Field Will Be Productive"

ages. Cradle Roll for infants and be held at Brother McClure's culmination I of an extcn Every Tuesday at 8 p.m an

extension for invalids, shut-In. home at 220 Stuart Ave., Indian she< remodeling program which ether Bible study is held dIscus.

and people who must work on River City, Tuesday at 10,00a began viral months ago. The sing "let Your Name Be San41 -

Sundays. .in. and visitation will be Tues- church feels: : that the facilitiesare s

Regular morning worship at day at 10:00: a.m. commensurate with the

t 11:00: o'clock Music by the adult Calvary Baptist is a Pre.Millennium cause for which she stands, according -

choir and a message by the Independent Church to Maurice W. Jackson

I pastor on "Life's Golden Bells." and Pastor McClure extends a Jr.. the minister. .

Training unions for all age co'dlallnvitalion to the public to

groups meets at 6:15: pm attend all services. Services are Church of God "" ,

Evening worship at 7:30: o' being held temporarily at the Of ProphecyChurch Piece.Lc&J. ., n.' ..

I clock. Music by the intermediate Women Club House, 110 Hopkins I I re ,otr

choir and message by Mrs T. M. Avenue of God of Prophecy, I. ;'T

Johns of I.akeland. O A. Duddlng pastor, an-

I Midweek services begin Wed- Mims Church Ol God nounces the following services: __c.r M .

[ nesday at 5:30: p.m. with Family Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45: i sPS11 *

I Night Supper (make your reser Services for Mims Church of Am; morning worship, 11:00: ; ._ !
f vatlon) followed by organizational Cod are announced as followsby evangelistic service, 7:30: pm. -

meetings Prayer meeting at !Rev Kyle H. Bryan, pastor: Tuesday! evening Bible study,

7:36 and youth choir rehearsalat Sinday Sunday School, 10 700; p.m.Youth .

130: a.m.; moaning worship, 11 I.m.; service Friday eveningat

U.AUU'' evangelistic service, 7:00: p.m. 700: .
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Group Value -S1699S I
I : i : Sun Road Off Hvrj 50 Indian River City This is the top. ,, "


., : roundServices : "The Whol. Bible! U the basis of nil teaching" I ,

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If ;( : There are 28 models in betwccn-


1: 1027 Park AT. Tltusvlll

: TteWeek1 Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Worahlp Hour 11 A.M. Pontiac Tempests. ..

;t: i Youth Fellowship. 6 P.M. Evangelistic Hour, 10 Pc. BEDROOM Pontiac LeMans.

,: 7 P.M Wd. raldwMk swrrlc, 7 P.M. Group Value 1499 Pontiac GT() I

Sixes. -8s. .
at your on Scriptural Christ A Catered Evoryon Wlcora
All with lbntiac-stylestyling. .
Infants b Toddlcri Nursery ,

place III Why would anyone go looking ,

anywhere else for a car? ;


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... ".I* 4-B TltuivllU Florida' ) Sltr AdvM.r Fridays' February 21, 1U4 Send them to her In care of this ether reiponalv pleadings with tht J.OTH; Or AFI-II4'4TIIIV -
"Ii Till:: rimi IT "orRT or THKMMH I Clerk of Ibis Court and to aerie a TAX UKKDNolle :
newspaper, enclosing a stamped : : JllHCItl. UM( IIT. Of copy thereof upon the Plaintiff or la hereby gives. 4hal w
self.addressed envelope. '. Rllrt. IN: A :>U both I Plaintiff Attorncya. whore name' bolder of tax ,
MISTER T Nichols car
STAR ADVOCATE'SCrossword BREGER I. t.' .,HII tOt' MTV I and address l I. Crofton Brewer No 168 liaued III. 2/th day "r r \1 ,
'" 'C ".N\' ::0.0. Otto Holland 6(* Palm Avenue Tltuevlll Sac filed ?.
urn In"
Ati.a Z 1e NOTItK t'NUtK MTITIOl !' NATIONAL MOKT- .. Florid. not later than March A.D. and 1968 baa mad appllcatt .
NAME: MTlTlTr: A8HOCIATIUN. a corporation I 9. 1M4 If you fall to do eo. a Deere flee deed to be raaued therecertificate .
". l PuzzleACROSS TO WHOM IT kAY CONCERN: organized and ..l>tlnf underan Pro Confeeao will be entered a tar embrace* the toll":
Notice la hereby given that theunder.l Act of Conarena puriuant to'tn* aialnal you for the relief demandedIn described property In the cc.., v
I ned pursuant to the "FIctltoui Federal National Mortgage. Anaoil the complaint Thla sail la to Urevarl, State. of, Florida, to. r
wirNDaawALS | Name; ; tllatute! Chapter 145: allan Chirtcr Act. having lie prlnclpvl foreclote a mortgage, This real prop Lot 2U Blk 5
DOWN 15.U1t1. (a. Florida 8t...ne. will register office In the City ot Waahlnf. er,y proceeded ialnat l la:
with the Clara of the Circuit Court, ton District of Columbia I.ot 11. Block K. BuD.Wnod. Bead Allena Subd of 8VV
L.Semitic 1. Havingtwo mat. "A In ..01 for IIr..rd County rlortda. Plaintiff Park. Mublllvl.lnn No.1. Brevard of RR thai lies In Del ODeleiplne ,
.. dotty! horns 11. ....cree. I I.> i '" la alts (ts upon receipt of proof or the pubit V.. thereon: Florida' ae 'per Grant .
B. Fish 2. Ovenhoea meet callus of Chic notice. the tlctltleue WILLIAM M ZOVER. a/k/a Plat recorded I In Plat. 8ac 3 T. Zl S. R. 85 E.
..'. same WILLIAM N. ZONfcH!: and ANNA Book 13:. Pas 31 Public Reoortla
9 About, la 3. Needle: 21. Sel. T I FLORIDA I PANEL-WALL BYSTCM : JANICE ZOVEK. bit wife and of Brevard County rlor The aeaeeement of the laid pr", .
time comb. form men u HAROLD N ORNER and VIVIAN Ida. under the said certificate liauf,1
.:. 10 Monkey 4. Romal22.. Wrlt r under. which we are engaged l In ORNfcH. bin wife. WITNESS my hand. and seal of In the name of Oeo MooreInleaa ?
house god t bunlnena at 14O South Court Street Defendant said Court at Tltuavllle Brevard said certificate shall I..
.1 like In& J Orlando Florida and. I 41O Fla.ler 1\OTI.t: or Hiir. County Florida, thla 6.h day of deemed according to law. the t
5. Bell table
animal Street. New Hmyrna Heach Florida STATE OF FLORIDA February. 19T4, arty described therein. will b"
ro: 12. Ht.ppeltongue.. 25. Loose l' r That th. parties in tee..t.l In mid TOi WILLIAM M ZONFR aka [' R DARNEl to the hlgheit. bidder at the c
13. Ascend 6. Mister: ml.terla1'' T bust neee enterprise' are a* follow: WILLIAM N ZOVPK and Clerk of the Circuit Court bourn door at 12:00: clock no., ,,",
.. 14 Negative Ger. I.toUJIcl' RAYMOND E. OZILR ANNA JANICE ZONrK:- his I'revard County Florida I the tint Monday In the moo": r
Jn C. A. NANCE (Court Real") D. \ which ll ,
7 Eskimo boat. : wife wh me tact known realiln April A W4 the ,
15. To cargo 32. C. fc. WARD .. la 1774 Cedarwood Drive, By: Bertie Halt, of Apt, II. A.,D. 1964
l'a rnuscla 8. More 26. A t tinted. al Orlando Orange County rauOalll*. Florida: .and Deputy Clerk Dated this 18 day of Feb,, : ,
AM 10 Journey occupied quarrel th "'''.Ida thla 12lh day of February HAROLD N. OIINER and Feb T. 14. 21. 28 (Frl) 1904 1J64\ '

"u 18 Aloft D. A short 2t. A .plrlt! of 19114.t VIVIAN ORNER his wife. Real. I
38. Fro.te4 .b. 14, :no 2'of. Mer. S (Fri.) 1964. deuce Unknown. Curtis R. Barnes
t,1, 19 Egyptian tale: Fr. epeclee ENVELOPES Holmes Sizes Clerk of Circuit Court
3g. RetOrt You are hereby untitled that a ault
''1 weight 1LReturru of frog 40. head LEGAL PADS Big Supply. 35c I haw been filed .''n.t you In the i for mailing. Full stocx at Star- Brevard County Florid.
20. Formed from 29. Ruffled (Circuit Court ile.Uf'eb. )
above entitled cause. and that I II
''en into apartments 30. Subllld.d covering nth at Stir Advocate Office are r.qulr..d to file your answer you or I i Advocate. 21 28. Mar 8, 1 IS (Frl) )9t"SMCKONG'S >1

a camp
23. Right aide: I: ITUif 4 s V 1 Ii

2'.Marked 9 r a'o PLEASE IN A GOCD _

: withwounds LOCATION,

n.:'.h'' 1 IZ I li ,. CHIP ; CANDY
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... .. abbr:: ; 1 14 rsie : "I always think of /
Diminutive you as my little pot at the end '. VARSITY 014 BOY!
1 of the 1 Its( \Il I N I 19 of the rainbow! )1: aqKETAlL.J ,

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....-.. 31 33.Letter Not: prefix l'i supposed! to pay the bills keep be sitting up all night with a lick
34: Handle.n f the gas tank filled and hit trap friend (or a well one, for that] \

.. 35>>.To line .1J. III ; La 'j .$Q shut. I am sure you KNOW all matter) Is never on Thursday.- I/I 1 t 28

anew this Ann Landers so why don't t IN THE KNOW O !
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33, Swiftly JI dt H 1* you live up to your responsibility Dear In: You .should have end

89.Weighing 310 / 0 j30 f and say it? ANOHICT: ONE cd the last sentence after the. ."

device Dear One: You arc right and I c -
41. "The word never <
see 4Q
Great JQ apolojzo But I've said it sa

Tsar otRussia times I diJn t want to bea 6OOP FCR CALMING
41 I ru: Ann Landers will be glad'*' tolirlp tgI YFANrTIEY w'P' SMOKE EVEN I rue JITTERS, Yt OU KNOW ,
.. forpublicly bore In my Ur.t t book, "Since with DON'TALLTNE' STORIES MORE NOW
42 Called you your problems GIMME THE
'* ; You Ask Me.," there a chuptcr I ABOUT SMOKING BOTHER JITTERS

43. Radicals tailed "r atlicr Or Cash 1U'Istcr 1GU, THIRSTY

44 Mimicked Z-.l8. ." 1 said it for 10 pages;
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peutedly point out what the I

males position In the family

AIl a Ann Landers should Unfortunately be. many men __ /; I7HAT9 -

want to be dominated and push

cd around and,1 these males invariably .

A Lesson For AllDear find a woman who Is MI'LLTAKB

happy to oblige

1\ Dear Ann Landers: I am still

Ann Lantern: Today duced and handed to every young burning over the letter from BECAUSE SHE I'UBETSHESI/ ? '

when I read the letter about the groom-along with his marriage!: "New Wrinkle' the cat who GOOD HOBBY-HORSE SENSE LOOKATLADY HA9AWPIGHT 7RYINQTO // YOUR THAT BETI f
18.year old girl who was ashamed certificate. In my opinion it's was lure the girl who wore the It lint too early to think VERONICA FEW EXCESS // UP

of her retarded brother I the classic example of what ails same dress to work on Friday bout sporting protecting equipmentgum your- R HC9TDOWN7Ht POUNDS;' / I ADMIRAL.,

nearly cried. the American husband that t she wore on Thursday did fiihinf tackle golf

i_ I an 15 navo"a< little 6. This man wrote you a pathetic not sleep at home that night. clubs, etc. as they canrepresent

year.old brother who is also letter saying he didn want The column was the day's principal a considerable Iinveitment j gPKER} c ,

: mentally retarded, lie ia the most much out of life, just a few small topic of discussion( around mall premium. For an a Ktnt very I ffa Cl e 0CO

: loveabl> Ityic' kiOknow! Every considerations like getting the the office.As Casualty Sporting; Equip. >-

p one in our family showers him newspaper in readable) condition a protest against: such ment Policy will Insure X _

a with affection and he returns it lie complained that by the cheap gossip: 1 have worn the your equipment against :
practically lot Contact cdUM54 -
any 5Ul
ten.fold. time the rest ''Of the family got same dress to work every day ut loon.

You art light, Ann, when you through with the paper U wubnt. t this week. Nobody- noticed until z .aaltsg.. a91a.y

say it is the responsibility of the fit to wrap garbage In. toda/*- Friday. This morning KEEL 2

: parents to educate 4he other You a newspaper woman to three people kidded me because INSURANCEAGENCY.INC. ,
memlstti Uiulunil*< -burr they .tie: end .Junored the central 1 anx wearing the tame dress i(). j GO iEP. WOODWORK? IT'S ,
must littt, be educate! them problem and suggested: a second day that I had on yesterday So, 291 Magnolia 5AvenuiI. 4f4 I'M THE EXTERMINATOR WEE BEEN MORE SERlbUS J
telvea, and not all parents arc fubscription Ann it seems the only point that I. R. C. 267.7121 .TROUBLE? TO BETHE TROUBLED 4NgTHrr ATSS NOT THAN THAT! h #C'l ,

t e I was Glad when you told them to Don you see this is precisely got through their wooden heads 4PM CASUalTY j rJ. II 6Y WcN3MS, THE PROBLEM..,

write to the National Association what Is wrong with the American Is to check Friday's dress against mD I]!( ass goon coMpanv i C" ;.

e for Mental Retardatiun for literature home? The females run everything Thursday's HMTTOMI CODMCCTICtrrTELEVISION C I'I' \

,__ because that exactly I The father.husband is My tip to you girls with may ossI' caJ l ; as

i what my folks did'I l

have presented numerous re

portion this subject at school aI ,

;; and have taught my classmates GUIDEFriday (j 1

: :a lot. Mental jtUardation, like

: epilepsy and other( brain disorders :

r is Just ___ __ __ _ .I 2.29v
now emerging .
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_ Friday, February 21, 11Tlfuevlll.IPlerIJ.Efar( ) AJv.ot. Page S-[ gain drew attention to the Stage I teacher, will demonstratethe

status of due of the boys in Cuisenaire Rods a new con
t ..,;',?::11" Indian River City South Titusville Happenings this troop. Ticket tales (for the cept. in teaching arithmetic being
y .K. Boy Scout Exposition to be held used this year at Coquina.
' on Saturday March 1-1. in the Devotional will be given by

i:' Cocoa: Armory, are now being. Rev William McClure of the Cal

; i'hIh: Cub Scouts Hold Annual Banquet many conducted will attend and it is Robert hoped* Wad that r ]ii s i s; t vary Baptist meeting Church.will A follow short business in

dell has sold 76 tickets Any which three 'additional memberswill
rI : Cub Scout Pack 310 of Indian -. -- be elected to serve on the
.' boy who sells as man as ((00
r River City held its annual Blue !tickets will have his way paidto nominating committee for the following

and Gold Banquet last Wednes \ !' \' Summer Camp. Ticket art year Tickets will also be !

y .11 "b div evening at the Elks' Lodge 50c each and the Troop gets 2ic available (for the Kids Day Circus !I
-I I. ; scheduled for March 30th.
Hall in Titusville. The decora .
; of this.
,. ., .. Kenneth Stuckey was elected
,. lions on the tables and around
:i ;i.::::; the walls of the room were made The Exposition is scheduled president of the organization at

i' .:10";., by the Cub Scouts and were all : K from 2:00: till 9:00 p.m Following the Board meeting February 26,
to (ill the created
,r s', ,f"" In keeping with the theme of games: the boys then worked vacancy by
y ,0( Mrs Harold Gray's recent
the banquet Blue and Gold on I'dancemC'nt. The closing ol
resignation James McCoskeywas .
I. the meeting was conducted b>
The meeting was opened withJ. the Rebel Patrol.COlmticl elected to the office of 1st
Pit t 11 tOil, Field Executive vice president formerly held by
for the Boy Scout Regional Council b.-. l l. Stuckey. Two members were elected

:asking the blessing. The 3 Studio Convention DISPLAY PRODUCTS Mrs. Lillian oring workshops On the table are accesKarbcrg to( serve' on the nominating

. --- menus included all and most T (left), Mrs. Florence Strom (eenconies and an earring tree' .--Photo by committee Mrs Muriel Chriest oJ

every conceivable type of food Mrs Lewis Rowell ot ter) and Mrs. Mary Slaby are shown with D). and William Coleman. Mrs. Virginia -

from the national favorite fried Gray Avenue returned t some garments they made during the tail- Gass president of the

chicken to a native Florida dish ; a again: after I I a week 231 I P.T.A. County Council, was pres.
*. : : ent at the meeting and made
os beam and black-strap molasses Y a Savannah Ga.. attending pond( a few weeks in Miami man's Auxiliary. Victors were tusvillc. some( helpful suggestions to this

Cubmastei,r Rick Bar 30th annual South-Eastern Barbara I'redc'rii'ks: and Mr. I'ettis! 11 the Safety Extrnaiun newly formed organization and .

rctt announced that, under some gmnal Convention of studio Y. W. A. News Horace \Vmtlum, the special Louder of the Agricultural Extension commended the group for its past

of the chain, were taped envel owmrs which Attracted more Die Noting Woman's Auxiliary ala| 'aler of the ('\Cnin!:. Service' U of F., Gainesville work.

opus Anyone finding such an !' than 60 independent studio own The demonstration will
of Central Uaptist Church met in Further plans for the "Kids
envelope( would be presented era from Florida, Georgia, Aln the Voting! Peoples' I Department Umpires and Min.g.r be on Rescue Breathing and External Day Circus" were discussed This

with a door prize. The prizes., r Dana North and South CuiliniU,, Ids! rue day evening for the Mis! Tom Walker, (president i of Heart Cons pression. He should prove to be a "Fantasy of

presented by the local merchants I sum fctttdy of the Quarter The I U.C. Little league: again asks will use a lifesizc dummy in Fun" for the young children of

cf) the Indian River City meeting was opened by the for volunteers to fill the vacan teaching this technique and this community..

ores, ran from bicycle mirrors CHECK Cubmaster Richard Barrett left receives a From Ohio ., Noting women joining together in ties for umpires and managersfor everyone desiring will be given

'", Id book bags and hunting knives. check from Frank Faucher representing the Elks Clubof Mr and Mrs Henry Mantz I bf f the sinking: of "Saved"' Mrs. Do the ensuing season One or an opportunity to practice on HAPPY
**: Following award of the prizes, Titusville Indian River Avenue, have jut t lines Surrency led In the Prayer two vacancies are in process( of the (lummy Pettis was trainedby

Cubmaster Barrett had all the returned/ from Ohio where they for foreign missionaries. being filled but the majority of I lr, Jude of Johns Hopkins BIRTHDAYSaturday
scouts fill their Tally Board. The the positions are still open The This mating U the
Mothers with corsages. They was a program in the foirn of askit" visited their daughter, Alycq, Miss Sharon Clay gave the devotional open to
Tally Board is composed of were Mrs. Edward Zirnfuss, Den staged by Mrs. Lillian who Is a student at a beauty on Home Missions, ttlling Umpire School in Tittmille in In public end there Is no fee The February 29
(tiers with) each tier representing Floicnca school They reported the weather of (the various vocations which ogress at this time Ton wantsto pmgrarlIs being sponsored by Joe Mendelsohn
1; Mrs. Frank Thurlow, Den 2; Karberg and Mrs. :
.A level of Cub Scouting. Each tturV/ can, be followed on the Home send( umpires from this area to the Home Demonstration Clubs
in Ohio was cold and
Mrs. Millard Hill, Den 3; Mrs. Strum, entitled Bringing mother Lyle Balongue
lien that in order to have the
has different colored school
a !Mission Fields Duane Hopkins, Den 4 and Mrs '5. wardrobe up to date" In was a lot of snow. any I
(clothes benefit to the minute Instruct
of ?
pin. By each scout Mrs\ Horace Wortham taughtthe up ( hiithci' information( call AM 7J788 Sunday, March 1
Riley Den 5. scene 1 of the skit Mrs Graham
in their duties Will
placing his clothes pin on the candidates : .
mission book "Face Today't '
!! study Ziegler
and Mrs. persuade W F..
tier that t .represents his rank, itt The theme for the next Pack- From New York Stal. World. The book was di for managers and, urn
Mrs\ Kdiberg, dressed in authentic -
$ easy to see how Cubs pires contact Tom as soon as possible Ramon Braden
many meeting will be Mardi Gras. The Debroski1of tided into six stories and Mrs
1890 clothing, to buy a Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Cal 267-1.Milil. Curtis Futch
cf which Den have achieved Coquina PTA
) a
meeting will be held March 26 at Wortliam gave a very interesting
modern wardrobe. This introduction
certain rank. 7:30: p Im. at the Civic Center. clothes to Watertown, N. Y. stopped in summary of each section of the The teaching staff of Coquina| Johnny Taylor
of selling new at 441 Oscvola Road, last Friday book.ll'mhl'u. H. D. Program Mrs. E. Fetner
During/( the week of March 14th, Flomentary School has a most
After the Board had Mrs. served
I : Tally Karberg / as a means .. of
night to visit with j their frknd.sof Mrs Marv blaby President
the Cub Scouts will distribute / Sharon In
present entertaining evening store fur
of off and ell were: Monday, March 3
been filled out, Cubmaster Bar showing exhibiting
"Good Will" bags to the residents many years, Mr. and Mis! Clay. Sherry Illalock, Penny the ItC Home Demonstration parents at their regular meeting
rett inducted the Bobcats the garments made in the last
new of Indian River City area. and and Jerry Tracy. They conduct a tucks( Sandy George. Carolyn Club: announces that a program on !Monday\ March 2, at 1:00: Mrs I Lee IJowetl
into Pack 310. These were sewing tailoring course
The residents have always responded restaurant, The Wayside Inn I\kAIIIHtl'r. Becky Adams, Donna on Lifesaving Techniques will p.m. Two skits entitled "Alice Mrs L.'Smith
George Boone, Den 5; Hank very generously in the workshops.Scene near Watettown during the sum Thomas Helen Kidcll, Lerita he presented by A. M. Pt-ltis, on and I Fee-be 1897' and "J964" will Lucy Rumor

i ii.( Brewer! Den 5; Tommy Corbin, past and a good turn-in is ex- 2 of the skit was staged"at mers, taking their vacations Armstrong. and. !Mrs Delores Thursday, March 5th from 130: be presented( by Miss Mabelitinl, John Anderson

Den 5; Ricky and Riley MeCafferty pitted this year the store". highlights in during the bleak Northern win Surrcncy, Brevard Associational to 3:30 p.m. in the Community Mrs Sc-nts Miss Rich and Min Joseph( E Smith

Den 5; Kelly McClen- Den 4 ltd the closing ceremony fashion were exhibited. The tors They left Sunday to Director of the Young Wo Room of the: Citizen Dank in TI Watts In addition Miss) Hallum, Don Hlklerbrand
.don, Den 5; Robert Penn, Den 1; saleslady, Florence Strom showed
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which included singing
Jeff .Zirnfuss Den 1; and Larry the di'esses and suits to
"happy Birthday":: to Scoutingon
Vance_ Den 3. Lillian Karberg who finally
its 54th Anniversary, and alsoto
Bairctt! then gave: the Bobcat Cubmaster Richard Barretton bought a modern outfit \WANT MORE FOR YOUR MONEY..KEEP YOUR EYE ON GRANTS
Following this skit, Mrs.
pins to the new Cub Scouts' his birthday, for which
I' Strom and Mrs\ Mildred Coch
mothers und admonished them to candles had been placed on the / ES
rane demonstrated with white
pin the-pin on upside down until cake. lSto'VpV
ribbons what could be done to
the new cubs had performed aLgood
t emphasize good points of any
deed, when they could
garment or dress and eliminatethe LEAP
turn them right side up. H.D. Meeting bad ones.

I, Barrett then presented the following -> The Indian River City Homo Mrs. Karberg showed three FEBRUARYS

' ) awards' Tommy McKmny Demonstration Club met last models, Edna PILls, Mary' Slaby M T-W V F S ,; r '

f \VoIf Badge, Bear Book; Tuesday, February 23, in the and Catherine Hellptnstell wear

plUcky Richter Wolf Badge, Civic Center for its regular mon- ing what is now known Ii 2 3 4 a'4 7 S Once every 4 years. ..An extra day to Pick up Special

r Bear Book; Jeff Barrett Bear Uly meeting. Hostesses were "ihift dresses", only they were f 10 11 12 13 14

,Badge, Cold Arrow-point, 2 all Irene Harrell and Edna Pitts, two dresses from the 1920's and 11 17 IS IS 20 21 th>
I who nerved coffee, banana.nut 29 Bargains. .Enjoy Extra Savings at GRANTS
I ver arrow-points, 1 year pin, Lion one sack dress from the 1950's. 23 24 2S 2C 27 21 .
!t took. Dale Thurlow Bear bread, donuts and cookies to the Tint demonstration showed how
members and guests as they arrived fashions have r
I Badge Gold arrow-point, silver a way of repeat I'
I arrow.point; Robert English ing themselves, and the old
Lion Badge gold arrow-point; Mrs. Jenny Gentile led the fashioned garment becomes lARlYIIRD Cotton Lined

Charles Brewer Gold arrow opening ceremony. A skit was stylish again Following this, e SPECIAL e

point and 2 silver arrow-points; staged: by Mrs. Muriel Graham, a talk and demonstration of the RUBBERGLOVES E HAND

David Crocker Gold arrow Mrt Florence Strom, Mrs. correct way to wear jewelry was

point; Richard Woerner Gold Lillian Karberg and Mrs Martha given BRECK LADIES BRECK

arrow'poin', 2nd year pin. Morgan entitled "Drag-net, Members present at this meetIng L E S TOWELS E L S

rr: catch members for the II.D. were: Ethel Atkinson, Mary HAIR SPRAY DRESSES SHAMPOO
Eddie Mills 2 silvarrow/ Club.
Boggs, Irene Boshoff, Eulah
points;, Mike Robinson silver Mrs Muriel! Graham reported Breedlove, Pat Canzano, Agnes 88 99. $200 C
arrow point Danny Robinson ]
silver arrow-point; Gary on the program planning meeting Dt'Gerald. Ada Enrfght, Jennie Peg.79c 37 e j R.g. 37 C ,66

;. recently held in Cocoa, at Gentile, Marie Gilliam, Muriel LIMIT' ONE ,12.20: 14'/s' 20 53c
Hopkins Silver arrow point; which Graham, Catherine Hellpenstcll in It .l.M, .,d,, o ix .5.51 .nb, 10 I I" .\.M. itllll'WOMEN'S
Ronnie Wheelus 1 it was decided the major
year pin;
Doris Hoover, Lillian Karberg,
subjects for the
( ensuing
tarry Vance Bear Buck; and

finally, an award of a 3-year pin, tex would:lies he. with clothing and household. Mary Mildred Slaby Welly, ,Mildred Irene Watson Harrell, ;. 'riSii
to George Woerner, publicity emphasis on management ij ;, : 1.47
chairman for outstanding per :;: Mrs. Graham then Edna Pitts, Eunice Thomas, DRESSES s S ML
Florence Strom and Martha SPECIAL
fOlmancc.: icportcd on the series of six e e
.. tailoring workshops that were Morgan. Mane
Due to. each Den being given ., 1r, Potlte. Mlss.s
Members from( the Home
recently held in the 1
community COTTON 00
(thc" lame high rating, the committee Demonstration Club of Scotia- and Half Sizes. 3.Jr. Slippers
room of the Citizens Bank in , R... 1.99 .
voted to award all Dens Titusvillr She reported that moor present were: Mrs. Pauline Reg. 599 to 9.99 . .
with the Good Conduct awaid REMITS "
Pittman, Mrs. Lillian Rost, Sadie
all these workshops had been : Boyi' Long Sleeve
Den 1 took( the attendance Pen Locke. Alma Kallum: and Lola *
nant this After well attended: and were a dis Womtn' STUNNIN f Cll\\in: 1 1.52
for pack meeting. Zimmer. Shirt
Sport I I
tinet t success. She requested that RAYS, 0X1ORPS AND .
the of
presentation awards, 2.77 II.
the. thanks of this club be given Guest were: Mrs. Vernele Flannel Sleepwear MADHAJTTYl'K
Barrett introduced Frank Fau to the Citizens Bank for their Vaughn, Mrs. Kathie Larson, II . Gay stripes, checks and ;
ciior, Institutional Represent: Mrs. Melrose Koon, Mrs. Dorothy elegant print* Sf p easy Boys
and for of
cu-npt'l'atlon the
lave, and presented him with their room. She also reportedthat use Waft Mrs. Lena Mays, Mrs. Women'sPajamas. .. to Inz care of the for,newest so desert look. S Y/ea/ I ers
the new Charter for Cub Scout a workshop is planned on Elmer Bridges, Mrs. Mabel Barker 1 U7 l in Spring I FashionsEVERGLAZE .R.g.2.9to5.99
rack 310 and conveyed the MM Addle Lee Smith and
the "Care of
) the Sewing Machine" . n g. 2.93Lounging TAFtETIZfcD -
thanks of all the Cub Scouts for Mrs Millie Cothrane.
and the use of many attachments COTTONS in Boys
the fine way in which the Elks; The next meeting of this club glowing solids and 1 141 1

.. Lodge No. 2113 had helped the will be held (on March 21th.Boy Girls prints 36 to 43' widths Spoil Shirts . 4 -7 :
Pack. Fauclier thanked Cub- Mrs. Pat Canaan reported on 2.47 that look au) :ficl' like
Pajamas sllkl! fin
master Barrett and the leadersof the Plaster Moulding Workshopheld Scout NewsBoy . ish. 1'crmancnt .
Twin Full She
Pack<<: 310 for the wonderful at her borne last. week when Scout Troop' 310 of Indian or :

work( they are doing. He then seven ladies were present. The River City met at the Civic Center Llttl. ClrtiCorduroy 5 YDS/$1 1 Bed Spreads Were 3.OO
presented! the Pack with a donation next workshop on Plaster Mould last Tuesday evening for its . U!

from the Elks Lodge of Ti !ing will be held on March 4th regular meeting The Wolverine Slacks. 67 Limit 10 Yd*.
tusville.Barretr. at 9:30: a.m. in the civic Center Patrol opened the meeting. 310! Sx in u .nun "Mir Wash and Wear ;;

then presented the Den The. highlight of this meeting Glen Archer, scoutmaster, Denim On Bolts 57

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well and water
75. Deep
Heavy Equipment n1-. (U Smt* softener, extra 2 bedroom
Rate Availableon
a.quI.t MAC'S CAPE KENNEDY I building wired. Only' $14,100

1'11. alar.Advocat. rl.er" th. EQUIPMENT .1958 3/4 YARD MARION dragline, RUSSELL I weave a.1 Mr a' VM TralNnI with $3000 down.83tCommerc1a1 .
)rlvllete! of nvlilnc or rejectingany I model 35 M, serial 21613.Swartz'a ..... .
advertlMmcot which, It de.miclanltlcatloa Sales Rentals Repairs INSURANCEInc. IIM I anise ai Bt Para
objectlonabls and to chant. the Construction EquipmentHand I' Riverside Motel, Edge. t and residential.
of any a4"orUllm.nt Tools I water, GAS.2906. sow locttioist 3 bedroom, 2 bath additional
.. .
from that ordered 1< to conform to V I. late w nil.nay. '
with 85 ft. U. S.
the ., see amyraa at.a.h,
TII.policy atar of-Advocat thli paper., will' not b. 88 E. Merrill Is. Causeway //l Help Wanted 2001 So. Washington Ave. rn. n\ H-MM. No. 1 frontage. An excellentbuy
rcponilbl tor more thin one inCorrect Days 636-8340-Nlghts 6360180 Phone 267-6720 f* Insertion nor' will' It b. ( SALESWOMEN full or part time. a. HnrkM Malrl will hold mortgage.
liable for any error In advertloemeet. r'h AN -l
'' to a rester extent than FOR RENT Daytime work only. Previous Lost
lbe colt of the sales experience desirable. Unique
apace occupied by 1 833-Just north of Mims. 3 bedroom
tae Item la the a4v.rtleement. Floor Sanders. Polishers I new product with excellent NEW 1964 SKYLINE
I Phone AM 3253 Immediate earnings and repeat BLACK 7-mo. old part Dachshundwith Special $3,995, 50 x 10, 2 bedroom, bargain, 2 at bath 12000.furnished.Adjoininglot A
.Builntn Offle -85 Main Street income assured. Call collect 783- silver chain collar. Hai Including washing machine, furniture for
also available 1900.
PAINT small
FACTORY bald spot over left eye.
Dial AM 7-08J1 s-: 7241, Cocoa Beach. delivery and set-up. Low
Office Hour ':00 to 6:80 JI Baldwin Shopping Center Reward. AM 7 5944 or AM 7- .
CIClooeF_...aroanw. Het, V A.tw aw.i"He's LICENSED REAL ESTATE sale 5965. Dr. W. A. Brown. down e'd9\ years HOMES financing.MARTIN'S 845-A new 4 bedroom, 3 full

APARTMENTS FOR RENT personnel, man or woman top Authorized Skyline dealer bath home In exclusive area.
42 sle's 22-that's he looks
AnimalsAKC why thirty years commission. Brokers help but no 1224 No, U.S. 1 No. of overpass, Split level with air conditioning
MODERN FIVE room duplex older) than she does Competition. Campbell Assoc. ENVELOPES Business Sites Titusville, 267-3081 dishwasher, Florida room
available Sunday, close suburban sates Titusville 267-7323. out of Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp and many extras. $28,500 with
; REGISTERED Chihuahuas, Garden and Williams town call collect. for mailing. Full stock at Stir $3500 down for qualified buyer
2926 South Hopkins Ave., 267- For Rent Continued on Nut !Page -
3539 after 5pm.REGISTERED 2 BEDROOM, centrally located, For Sale COOK. DISIIWASIIER, front boys Advocate.
electrically equipped. Adults ---- 5 mile no. Mims, Home's Restaurant .
Beagle pups. only. Phone 267-6781. OFFICES FOR RENT 847-3 bedroom 1 bath in for
1422 N Washington Ave., 267- to CUBIC foot deep freeze, $23.00.: only $8500 with $$1900' down
2503. : BACHELOR TO share completely 1 OFFICE, 15x30, alrconditioned, AM 7-0338 aftcrJMMH. FEMALE HELP WANTED Local & Long Distance Movers and just $6529 per month
furnished house, cost $75 month. utilities furnished, Immediate occupancy payments.
I WOMAN TO live in home If
ly. Phone 2670748. 1 office warehouse and BARGAIN[ HUNTERS, W. have A I
Boats For Sale I Repossessed 63 Model Swing children. Start soon. Box IIM:[, I
Ideal for contractor
I FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS\[ close storage or subcontractor yard. available I In Needle Dial.0-Matie, Easy To I Star-Advocate, Moving in, efficiencies, weekly monthly Makes Beautiful De town. Lot, 75 x 100 which is
'SAVE $900 less than 2 months old, 90 days J W. Chlldre Realty, Operate MATURE WOMAN to keep children .
zoned business. Only $12,600
rates, air conditioned, 417 Julia Makes Authomatlc I Button.hoes t
used 5 hours, 1964-18 foot fibre. 267.2541. t : from 9:30: to 12;:30 on Monday I Storage *&S/jJUSfB Shipping with terms.
Street. Sews on Buttons, Etc All 1
glass, 1964 65 HP Tuesday and Thursday
Mercury r \
eng/ I i
OFFICE SPACE for rent also without Attachments Assume.
foe many extras, original cost APARTMENTS AND trailers. !J: nights. Inquire at 2308 South FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341
suitable for repair shop. Inquire Remaining 4 payments of $9.00'Ph. 865-Do you want country livingclose
2709 must sacrifice, sell for Hopkins.VORD I ,
$1800. 267-6893. Weekly monthly rates. Adults Llke-Nu Furniture. 609 Mala\ St. AM 75530. LOCAL AGENT in? We have a home
I only. 504 Garden. 2673325. A \ TO THE WIVES. If you BREVARD RIDGWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD that Is just a few feet from
33.FOOT Chris Craft, excellent DUPLEX FOR RENT MILANTI ACCORDIAN 3 switch need money to buy a car, house the city line. 3 bedroom, 2
condition, well equipped. Must ROOMS FOR RENT block, model 41, excellent con furniture. Earnings $2 to $$5 per FUR STOP AGE 1600 N. U. S. N(). 1 CRATING bath, air conditioned, 2 utilty

8t'1l. $2500. cash. Ask for Rod, UNFURNISHED, 2 BEDROOM, 3 ditlon. 2675592."REPOSSESSED. hour with Avon. Call now. Write PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE rooms all fenced in. Just
ROOMS, $10 weekly or men $25
Titusville Marina. II $100 monthly ((1st and last weekly, private bath. 267.2090. SPINET PIANO Avon Manager, P. O Box 1408, $14,600 with $2600 down.
months). 267-7586. Used only 4 months, take over Eau Gallle. Florida or call 254-
14 FT. BOAT with trailer at Buck's
SINGLE BEDROOM, private en small monthly payments. I 7840 after 6 p.m. 3 bedroom, 1 bath
876 Large
Fish central heat -
Camp' for air $150 trance, refrigerator near shopping KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC PART office"help.. home with fireplace. Locatedin
and private garage TIME Approx.
I center. 2676633. SCHWARTZ REALTOR
1 Building & Const. I monthly, unfurnished. 2676558. 2128 W. Tropic 267-6385 Imately 20 hours per week. Typing SYDNEY I.R.C. across from new
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies FENDER PRECISION electric t and filing. Answer by short Church. $12,000 with terms.
NIDY CONSTRUCTION, resident HOUSES FOR RENT for rent. 801 Orange St 267. base guitar Blonde finish with note. Box 0, Star-Advocate.
Ibis commercial and remodeling 3400. accessories plus fender leather -- -- ------ "BEST BUYS"BUSINESS 886-4 bedrooms, 2 baths, FlorIda
BEDROOM, utility white ,
2 carporte HOUSE KEEPER 5 days
12years in Titusvllle. Licensed and northof
l list $279 room patio just
case. Base guitar price ;
and bonded. Ptcm AM 72328. room, convenient to Cape. 435 NEWLY FURNISHED, air conditioning list price $60 worth 7.4 p m, $35 weekly, must have Mims including 100 ft.
guitar case ;
Highland Terrace. $90 monthly TV, Maid service. $30 own transportation children, 2
near $350, sacrifice at $200. Excellent frontage on U. S. 1 which
267-5733 or 267-1926 weekly. 2327 S. Washington or and 5 IRC, 2674198.
: Business : years.
Opportunity condition. Call Ron, 267 could be sold off. A buy at
call 2675407.
; AVAILABLE MARCH 1st, large 0331 or 267.7135 after 7 p.m. MALI HELP WANTED RIVERFRONT: Beautiful 2-bedroom, 1-bath, CBS home; $19,500 with terms.
DETER: BAR, complete realestateand unfurnished 3 bedroom house, 2 LOW rates, dean rooms for work. Road river with full
aluminum Lot 75 200. to Riparian
: business $20,000 total. Call \ tile bath, built-in range and men. 103. Call 267-41S5 or 27- TRAILER AWNING, DRY WALL spray man and taper. x 891-Beautiful home in Whisper-
\ Arrow Realty 267-7037, on U. S. oven, carporte and utility. $135 3992. approximately 40 feet, $150. Lot Phone 287-4236 after 7 p.m. Rights. Good Terms. log Hills. 3 b baths,

1: Indian River, City. Fla., monthly 2671928. WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 75 Mobile Manor. $18,500.00, swimming i pool romsJJe:

0 ._ WHITE UNIFORMS size 12, good ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only plus a furnished apartment'above (
: STORAGE SPACE in metal buildIng condition. 2676078. each at Star!! -Advocate Office. WAREHOUSE: For Rent 24 x 40, warehouse, close in, the 2 car garage.
i. "SEE on Nevins Court, rear of $38,000 with terms. Owner will
Remember your Paper Boy
pay CBS Roll steel door.
i OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE Star-Advocate building Available 21" USED Magno-vox console TV -un consider a small home in
now. See 11. If. Hudson $40. 17 ft. Kayak, 2 seater, $15. $75.00 per month. trade.
at Star-Achocate. 2673709.

: HOME SUBDIVISION For Sale FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES I, "A S You Like It" GOOD CORNER LOT South of town, 100' on U. S. No. 1, 899-3 bedroom home on largelot

floor samples, greatly reducedto I zoned for business, 93' deep, house ,and lot pricedfor in Indian River City.

Featuring: BALDWIN ORGAN used 4 make for new room lines.for new Buy merchandise of a life-I R M DressmakingI quick sale and at a sacrificed price: $12,100 with $1000 down.

months, assume note balance, time. 2111 Garden, 267-5733 or : $17,000.00 i
261.3369.STEEL 2671926. I I 951-Small furnished home on a
beautiful lot. 100 x 171 just off
LARGE 73'7 at 110' LARGE POOL DESK 34" by 53", $35; NT. Tailoring SYDNEY SCHWARTZ, Realtor Garden Street. Only $6300.
Ford pick-up stock bed, 2 horses,
t LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOAROHORSESHOES new flooring.: $50; Electric l trailer 1141] S. Hopkins Ave.
or construction pole, $25; IT STANDS S H Alterations Titusville Florida e 953-200 ft.which frontage is on Garden four
Street being
WATER Etc. Septic tank, vent pipe, for trail. AM 7-6100 or 6101 laned. Zoned for business.
rOR 112 S. Lemon Ave.
er connection, $20; one bedroom
Just the market for
36-foot t trailer, $1,300 placed on
Phone 2674403. Drop in and Visit! L $23,700 with etrms.

$95 $35 INTEGRITY I __ __.____
DOWN< MONTHLYTO 108-Five beautiful acres with
I II 1---- 330 ft. on Burkholm Road. All
U. S. No 1 "North Brevard's' Oldest Real Estate Service" high! and dry. Only $1100 per
REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusvllle go north on acre. Terms open.

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

mile to our entrance on right. For free information I 8 173-10 acre ranch with 2 bed
show this choice -
us &
call: 2675586. you 'bU room home needs some repairs -
parcel of U. S. No. 1 front- a with 30 fruit trees and
." age between Titusville and .ContVaV z41ead {J lots of shade trees. High and
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Mims. 531' frontage on U. dry and all cleared. This en

AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK S. No.1 with an average u"rtJt.rt'J; V'lc.I tire ments parcel lying with Improve-500 ft.
-. -.. depth of 632'. Ideal for This Is'' the official seal of the from Route 46 and a short
.- shopping center site or National' Association of Real 401 South { Telephone distance from Slims and re

many other.uses. At pres- Estate Boards. Only members I duced to only $18,950 with
ent time planted in AM 7.X11i $5000 down.
46Large grove. of the Association may displaythis Washington
Route A total of '8.35 acres situ- seal. And only those who i
ated high and dry. Price is 188-Beautiful 3 acre tract with
display this seal call themselves
nice trees. Approx. 300 ft. from
2 Bedroom home with Carpet in only $200 per.Jront foot Realtors. I If you are considering a home in the U.S. No. 1 on good county
with with 29'f. down and George M. Barley, Jr. North Brevard area, call one of our road. Excellent site for
living and dining room. Built in kitchen 1
terms to suit the purchaser. Inc. trained experienced sales staff to con- country estate or small ranch.

utility room, Florida room. Work Call today as this won't duct a tour for your family over the Priced at 5000. Owner pre.

shop all on a well landscaped lot 150' last. Bryan-Conway Winstead, Inc. & ..ws' entire area. We have new and older + fers cash.

'- x 200'. Price $13,500.00 and terms can homes in nearly every section with
wooded in
I a be arranged. I Campbell Associates, price and terms to fit almost any bud 196 Spruce-1V4 acre Hills.nicely Paved street to

li Inc. ; get. property line. Would make

J. W. Chlldre, Realtor 2. OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS!' Three bed- several nice homesites. $2750

I. R. C. AreaNew Danenburg's Beach I rooms, 2 baths built in kitchen appli cash

W ElIlJ Realty Paul ances. Fenced yard-swimming pool. R. C, Wlmteed, Jr.Prreldent RENTALSRent
I. Conway
I' Yes! Twelve thousand yice-President
$12,500.00 -
modern 3 and 4 bedroom homes Edwards Realty
REALTO'RSC12 five hundred dollars. Terms can be with option to purchase.New .

F.II.A. and V.A. Just completed. Pric- Ed Kittles Agency arranged. 3 bedroom 2 bath home
i with central heat and air
.' ed from $15,950.00 to $20,000.00. MaIn St. Tltuiville, Fla. a L. B. Newman, Realtor 3. Superb location for apartments! Properly conditioning in nice neighbor

1 Sydney Schwartz zoned. All hood. Rental $125.00 per
Phone 7-MOO data included. $18,00.00. month with first and last
j Trade In Your Old Home I I M. N. Weir & Son. Inc. ning cost month [in advance. One half of
i 4. UNDER CONSTRUCTION Severalnew rent to apply to purchase

homes located on paved streets price if option Is exercised.

l We have ten 3 and 4 bedroom homes with sidewalks. 15000.00 range. Low "; References required.

,1' under construction. Some with carportsand A868 down payments. YOU CAN QUALITY w w
Now !!
double garages. Priced from $18,500to Open G
5. FOUR BEDROOMS and den (or 5 bedrooms 8DANEHBURG
Builder will
$19,450.00. definitely I ) beautiful electric kitchen. Air +

__ consider your old home on trade. Callus conditioning and central heat. $21,250

today! Chickasha Mobile VI with legal low FHA down payment re
HomeSALES I o quired. Immediate occupancy) to qua.
I lified _
We have new and used homes In all : .

locations. Call for an appointment to I I. 'Epp' BlvID" development. $1650.00 per acre, with Art la1.Rader"... REALTY
see- Residential Bales Mar. developers terms.

S. No. 1 2 miles North of Mims at Rocket

George M. Barley, Jr., Inc. Motel Phone AM 7-3097. Bryan.Conway &> ?[AJln&lead !)fir. 1514 South 7-3858 WashingtonAM

Open 7 days 9 A.M. until 7 1 P.M

REAL ESTATE I'I REALTORS INSURORS Where buyer and seller expect

842 !. Washington TltujvlUe 287-M22 I "A LOT MORE FOR A LOT LESS" Dial AH 7.2011Day, Night or Holidays and get better and faster ..ervlcePale


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TRAILERS FOR SALE ONE ACRE trailer space, $30 Per? pr -cast concrete, steel-rein-I I FLORIDA LIVING: at Its belt, 3- CARDENDALE 3 BEDROOMS 2 ; .
ONE ACRE LOT, price $2710 LARGE LOT for multiple dwellIng
MOTEL-S42000 total u.s.
forced, state-approved, sizes 549Sals on 1,
month children welcome Apply 000 ft., screen enclosed
.14 pool baths central heat and air. $800
I Call \f J. Smith Realtor' 287" or community' business. $200 close in. and!
630 gab:, 135 and 1000 includes valuable
gals .
to R. E. Springman 2 blocks oft paneled room, 3 bedrooms .
MOONLAND game down $113 75 monthly. 267 6477
3511. down. $35 Also fl
monthly( waterfront.
Installed0 can Ideal business
50, Christmas gals Grease traps tanks I tot
Park. -- I pumped and cleaned, drain fields bedroom complete apartment. NO QUALIFYING $75000 down. nance building Inquire 267.1481. husband and wife Call Arrow
Mobile Home Sales TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE relaid. Work guaranteed Pittman Central heat and aireonditioning 3 BR 2 bath, double carport Realty 2677037 IRC on High
Septic Tanks, IDC, Phone AM,71421 Call owner for appointment 287 built.in kitchen air conditioned WE WILL BUILD way 1.WATERFRONT. ,.
U.S. 1 North of Overpass CABANA AND:' trailer lot for sale P O. Box 2016, TitusvilJe.Florida : 2889 .... Gardendale AM 7.3262. I --: -- --- -- -
Fenced in yard Call 267-7481 be. TO SUIT( YOU DON'T PAY RENT! PROPERTY
Foiis'LBY a
Titusville tween 6 and 7pm. i OWNER, clean 150 feet U.S. No. 1 frontage with
bedroom 2 bath airconrtitioned riparian rights. $13900. Cart Ar
Real Estate On Your Lot
on wormed lot In TRAILER
WhisperingHills !
TRAILERS row Realty ZbT-7037. on U.S.
FOR RENT! Mobile Home Owners double carporte. deep well 1i
Indian River City Fla _
fenced yard, patio covered' 4r A New Home
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NEW 1964 50X10 house trailer. LIVE RENT ACREAGE FOR SAL WANTED porch 287.1 19J3. i e A New RoomWe OWNERS Sale or Trade
Rent with
option to buy. Private 5 ACRE plots of land near Titus. VA APPROVED, no qualifying a<- I I .......
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party must move, located Palm. FREE \ille, good road, good water, "POrtESt HILLS some mortgage, low down payment will furnish plant, and make NEW AND USED
Harbor Trailer Park Ray !MeKeoff cleared, excellent for pasture or I We have beautiful full acre mobile '
NE2-0904. 3 bedroom 2 bath Call loan arrangements with no GUNS (repair and ammunition]
farming, good home site.. Reasonable ESTATES"ONLY 2671755 after 5 p.m. down payment. Give us a call home lots. slip ICO x 444. >/ mile' south Florida Wonder
SMALL, MODERN trailer' located Invest $20 down payment and Apply Box L, Star AdvoCate 4 LOTS LEFT At No Obligation (for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTII land.1 :.._Indian River Gun Shop,,
IRC. Phone 267.4607. pay only $20 monthly and yon Lot I 4 AND 1-3 bedroom new homesin -
will buy and possess your own $3000 Per Forest Hills, fully air condition. 267-6789 Move In now Trailer Living 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, central heat
AT BUCK'S FISH CAVfP. Couple extra large full acre trailer lot TEN ACRES southwest of Indian CHAS. JANtfARONE cd, large Florida room all electric at iU bestCHRISTMAS. and alrconditlonlng, dshwahe.r! : ;
adults. Only $25 week ot $75 Become your own landlord. River City, 3000. Cash total Titusville Shopping Center homes by J. N.\ Cliewnmg J. M CHEWNING disposal, built-in range and oven,
month, gas, water and electricity Don't tear up rent receipts each price Call Arrow Realty 267- AM 7-3441 Construction Company B-17 Highland Construction Co. writ. for lawn, furnished I or unfurnished
furnished. month. More than 150 happy. i, 7037, on U.S. 1 Indian River Terrace Tltu \'i1It'. Florida. PARK for 10' wide trailer;
families now reside In our Beau City, Fla. 267.6789 647 Highland Terrace lots or acreage Phone 287.2016,
1 BEDROOM: on V4 acre ]land Grow OWNER LEAVING -- --------- --
tutu! Trailer Community. Only] JiUmllle
your own vegetables. Suitablefor few, lots left. Visit us and see FIVE ACRES good high land, 330 Modern 3 BdRm home? l located In 11 Miles West of Indian River nAVE CAR will trade sell for
couple $50 monthly plus utilities for yourself the finest Mobile I feet frontage on Call County Road. established residential area nota Real I EstateLOTS CIty ofl Rt. 50 Christmas Flor _boat or_ lot, 7.:668.t: _
Terms. Arrow
Call Orlando, 277.5923. $6,000. Realty convenient ida Phone Orlando ylllJl
Home Park in all Florida. I development, to 2751939
267-7037, on U.S. 1, Indian NEAR LAKE HVRNEY In pinewoods (Continued On Next Page
schools and town. ( fruit trees
CHRISTMAS PARK River City, Fla.APARTMENTS and old shade trees4. Custom FOR SALe Approver) for building ----- -- -- -
Mobile' Homes Route 50 Christmas, Florida Restricted Lake Harney access
FOR SALE built home with city water and
Vhonc Geneva 3493191
PlOD Orlando] 275.1727 sewer. In addition there Is an ATTENTION BUILDERS 6 lots,
EDGEWATER, 4.unit furnished attached lot farm* US1 for bus. a!* l is. $2200 each Shady Oaks --- -- Ot t 'atl6Ndt i6tPU {
TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT Direction 12 miles west ot apartments, air conditioned iness or investment. FIIA or subdivision large;: storage ware Read Star-Advncate Ciasslfiedstw( ."
U.S. NO.1" Titusvilleon central heating, boat house, riparian conventional finan iaf>Shown by house and small house (Included ......... ,ED taps .
Highway 50. I rights. Francies B. Betcn- appointment only. W J. Smith Call owner 267.5003.WATERFRONT :). \ /.... .. ,
TRAILER SPACES er, Realtor 1816 Rldgewood Realtor phone 25'7.3511 __ ____ __ __ I ''t. \ ... .f.
Large lot*. Reasonable rent. Edgewater! Florida: Tel 428- IV SEMINOLE: iil iJ .,... ;:- ...
Good to 8681. TITUSVILLE. FOREST HILLS, County, 200 ft. on river at $88 _,4
transportation Cape
Trailer Parts and Servle 672 PoinsettIa, brick, custom per front fuot 29'V down balance I TIME4TStop
FRIENDLY SHORES HOUSES FOR SALE built, approximately 2.000 sq. ft.. to 15 years Call We ncr Realty I
U.S. No. 1, City Limits Edgewater. Nu-Way Trailer Service living area, 2 fireplaces, 7 267-7125. f
"Your 1 Stop Supply House"We 3 BEDROOM 1 bath, fenced yard months old equity sale, assume ------ --- ----I
mortgage 22300. Payment $145 LOT IN Dixie Village Make
extras. Reasonable down
have it or will get it many
Phone 7-7867.. 2671307
ARE YOU IN NEED monthly.
For Any Make or Model payment. Assume mortgage. 287- --- -
1201 N. Dixie, New Smyrna Beach a
OF HOUSING? Tel. 428.5002Motorcycles THREE BEDROOM, 2 baths Split f e ti II
level home $800 cash down
For Sale handles Call Arrow V
Realty 267 "Leave theHOUSE
are two prime examp- 7037, on U.S. No 1, Indian River HUNTING" WE I
les of exceptional housing 1962 TRIUMPH Tiger Cub, good City, Fla. I
in good locations close to condition. Call 2671279. CASH To Us!"

schools and shopping: PersonalPROFESSIONAL For your house equity. Perhaps you've1 seen those ads by a 1963
267.3262BRENTWOOD $$3395.
Nestled among the trees of nationally known bus company whose
IRONING in slogan is "Leave the driving to us"
{this extra large corner lot my Loaded with Fac. Air
home. Ella Parker, 267 6547. 4 well planned models are now There's a lot of sense\ in 'lotting; an .. *.
is this 3 bedroom, 2 bath Comml' lon r. Rrevard County open Brentwood Estates is minutes expert do It," and this applies to Real
modern home with living reb :21 28 (Fri.) 1964. from downtown Titusville, Estate, t tort only more sot! FALCON"WAGON '

room, dining area, and all Plumbing Supply West VA, 2.3.4 on Garden bedroom Street.homes FHA, from- A great sell deal Is Involved Since wheneveryou "htb'' 1962 $$1595
buy or property profes
electric kitchen including Plumbing & Electrical Supplies $3S monthly. Includes every. slonal advice and) assistance costs very 4111,' Deluxe Leather Int. Low Miles .
dishwasher, disposal, built thing. 267-7142 or NE 6-8383 little when you cell) and nothing at ,1._, ---- ..

in range and oven and refrigerator New Smyrna Plumbing TITUSVILLE Merry Lane 3 all when you buy Why not take advantage 1961 FORD
of it 1Campbell 1'U GE DOOR $$109T.I960 !
Ducted oil heat Supplies, Inc. bedrooms, carpeted air conditioned -j RA SFE .
$11,900. 267.9933
and partial air conditioning CompletePtumbina Associates, Inc. _Foe Air. Extra Nice.__ _
SEVEN ROOM house with air conditioner -- -- JO.L.IO.>
afford comfortable living. and Electrical Suppllei' 3 bedrooms 2 baths, Realtors .a21d
screened and Water 8/itcma Sprinkler Systems Whispering Hills $1400 down, .
The porch S. Washington 3677323 RAMBLER ClASSIC $$995
Pumps Pipe Valves Fitting $113: per month. AM 7-4025. :
outside be \Jtl1izd (
patio can Copper Tublnf Plaitlo PipesLight
to the utmost and thereis FUturei Wire. Eta. 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath new, low QQ1lOUlA Loaded Plus Fac. Air :
1232 Canal-New Smyrna Beach down payment. Nicest section in
a double carport and ex- Titusville. Forest Hills. 2873564

tra large utility. room.: Honestly Sun..Ni Phone Holidays 428.2705 428-9923 1960 CORVAIR 4 DOOR $$795 :

an existing priced at mortgage$19,900\ with of e ENVELOPES Also] Kraft Envelopes- Business with Sizes clasp- and See the Advantages of I Auto Real Clean. .

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for ma.linij:: Full stock at Star-

$16,000 of and$140 monthly(), including payments ... Advocate. 1957 MERCURY 2 DOOR $$195TRUCKS

interest taxes Lakefront EstatesTITUSVILLE'S I
principal, 9 Auto. Runs Good.
and Insurance. ..&
This StandsFor .

See this 6 month old beauty NEWEST COMMUNITYOF 1956 PLY STATION WAGON $S19

with a lot of family living JESS W. CH1LDRE Quality .
New Tires and Tag.
within its walls. The cen-
ItE..TOlt. SUILOaa
ter entrance foyer allows
access to 3 bedrooms with- 'y eU 11 yN0 ySOCUTIORryo 3 BEDROOMS 11 1 BATHS
out going through the liv- "f ft

ing room. The formal din- 8D

tertain ing room in allows style and you the to liv-en- ruY"i/fUIS ? t S 1 2 6 0 0 oo $79,38 Including Par' Month:P. ft I.

ing room room adjoining with creates the family a lot Trailer and SpaceLot r'4wNlrtos r DOWN 21 Year Mortgage 1963 CHEVROLET 14 TON, $$1695 :

of livable area. The mod- 68 x 100, zoned for trailer This Is the official Sea] of Tool Boxes 08000 Miles. .
8' wide by 40' trailer deep .. ...
ern kitchen with pantry offers the National Association of Check These r u T- -1 '*" -------.t
well. cash. '
Only $4,500

and plenty the inside of storage utility space room Call J. W Childre Realty bers Home of Builders.the National Only mem-Asso- MODEL aar.ar.a-a' 1961 FORD '/2 ''TON : $$1195.

allows to wash and dry AM 72541S QualityFeatures '
you and local associat-
ciation OPEN Extra Clean Low Mileage .: .
your clothes with no needto ions are allowed to displaythis ..TIIIISYIIC'( '
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heat go and outside.air conditioninggive The central seal: : N DAILY 1961 1! TON $$995 .

pleasant living the hwy.150' on ISO x River 923 from and Alexander Construction Built-in Range and Oven '9 A.M. TO 7 MU CMC2 .

whole year and the wall to \ U.S. 1 west. A Good Company in Colors r Long Box Nice.
wall carpeting in the livingarea BUY at 24000. -- -- -- ------ -----
comfortable Broyhill Development 4/ Mica Covered Cabinets

feeling.gives Oh yes, there is a 118' on U.S. 1 across Childre Homes Inc. 41 White Terrazzo Floors t t 1952 FORD /> TON $$195.
double carport and the IIwy from new a-
partments $19.500.00. Cowart & Carter, Inc. Ducted Central! Heat .; Lot of Work Left
landscaping is lush, on sani- Terms 10 years. t _._ ____n ______
tary sewer and water, too. Cozart Const. Company Full Tile Baths Choice of Colors i W. ,

with The price$2,700 is downREALTORS only. $19,800 Lot 2 bedroom 68 x 100 40'zoned trailer for- 2"trailer.deep Fisher Futch Construction Construction Co.Co. Paved scaped Drive Sodded Lawn Land- .1 f{ 1950 INTERNATIONAL VAN $$195$

well In city, $4500. Good
Plastered Walls and Ceilings IDEAL LOCATIOise t

: John Beach WaterLocated .... .. ...... rrt_ .
80 Acres Just outside city limits. City fw..rs Camper.McCOTTER
Louis & Brown, Inc. 0Ie" 11Io1 ca.t.
Good high land perfect for de 41 Between 2 Golf Courses !
velopment. Terms w/releases Northwood Builders Inc. A
at $2250.W Penzlner Bros.

Robert Ronald Evans Moretto FORD ;

J. Smith Realtor Tiffany Builders Inc. Geo.M.BarleyJr. Inc.
Justice Homes, Inc. -
2001 S. Washington Pb 267--153 I

Titusville, Fla. William Everman 7-2657
Phone 267-5000 I tltUSVlUl/. PHONE AM 7371T' AM 73422



A Community Of Fine Homes In Tifusville f $4730 to SC830 Homes restriced to 1800 .i. ft. minimum.

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

3200 Garden St., Titusville

THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 or 2672531rTd'

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Pg I-B Tlhisvllto (Pt.rt4at.r.Aivc.fs' ) Friday, February 21, 1U4

I Star-Advocate Classified AdsContinued PUBLIC NOTICES I IIN I

From Preceedmg I'age Used Cars & Trucks Wanted To Rent I

Tllr 'IKTH tot Hr NMTIIII IN THE CIKCtlT. COtKT OF Till: I IN- Tit( IKt'I' If < 0l HT jr TKI I" TNt eiallT (CI ItT t.T.I: Block 30; All bring In TITlHVILLA. .

-----. lilt l I \L ('I Il( I IT Of t IIHII"55 tIN NINfM' JIUUItL: JIKCLIT IN" JIIIKIU llin. l : IlllUL "K'll. : HIIITI 1lIIIHVlt.
Scrao Iron & Metals 1956 BLACK Ford 2 door hardtop, SMALL OFFICE suitable for Insurance \\U: KIH '"Kt\ .\UU 'Itllnr Able fOH" HHKtAHII ('OtN'tVtLUHlUt .\NU FOIl l Hfc"\ > T'. \l' .\ : of

3 peed floor shift $175 267.6340. office Write P. O Box IN ( II \,( t.K' Ml. SMMMrlltHr ,. IN IHINCEBY t..OKI.\ ILUItlktt YNII' 81, Township .1
No. 28217 ,* 35 East; and of
NO tllU
847 Indian River City. FEDERAL!: MAVlNUt AND M>. "101 IN (HkXe.HV : Iout. .

KING IRON & METALS Townsend Auto Parts etc. URBAN AND 8UBLRBAN! HOMES! Plain lift OF tics U. lownahlp li Houlh"' .,
To Trade Rang 36 bait, at plat thereof
Want v. per
Plaintiff, INC.. a Florida corporation SEVENTH.DAY ADVENTISTI.r .
LAMBERT AMhHtlV and FLORt.NCK I recorded In Plat Book 3Kge .
Buying Iron, Steel Metals Newer Used Parts 1. R KELLY n. and, VEItVA RUTH .v.- Plaintiff AMRHK.IN his wife, and a religious I under o the law 72, of the public record. of
Top Prices Paid For 81S FT. U. S. 1998 frontage over florida.LESS .
KLLLY\!: his wife. at al. MORTON CAIIV, Individually anda. DIVA of the Inluiil 8tatei for the
Cocoa, Florida Wrecked & Burned Cars 8 acres, trade for north Brevard UefenlantaMOKTOtUt Trustee: FRANK ALTER: Indlvldually AMRHLIV. his wife. el al Columbia and EXCEPT th* followIng .

acreage or lots. Phone 207.2016. : t.u"( IOHIKE- and aa Agent for Morton D.f.ndan. 1.lrlcof Plalntlf.v. ueicrlbed property reletied.
4 Miles South On U.S. No 1 Free Statewide Teletype Service' :'NOIK or SLIt Cab, : HOARD Ok PUBLIC ItHTHLCT10N o'rl.t! OF ('OIIX"'Ut.III'1.LK ,
U S. Hwy No. 1 N. 6 Miles TO, OK II. ft.: I> VNIH.. ..h.... real-.1.1 OF B REV K D I'\IITIIO' stir by Partial Release of Mortgage

Titusville 267.1351 Work WantedBABY ..leoe ..,.1 al.leee. I. ........w.. COUNTY, FLORIDA; and 8HLT Nolle I I. that the CHEVOIT HILLS EIATEI. dated the 201 h day of February.

ServicesLAWN VOLT AKb HtHtBY: : NOfHrlELl FORD MILLS INC., a North CarolIna underilgned, a* Commissioners INC. a corporation .I..ln. 19i>8 and recorded In' Official
I lhat a complaint to forecloaa certain herein. under and by virtue of the un,ler th* law of tlaL. of Kecord Book 8J page 177. pub
Wanted To Buy SITTING, by hour or week. mortiMgfa made by I. R Kelly and. corporation Defendants. Court Order entered In the above Florida ., ai. lio record of Brevard County,

MOWERS sharpened and AM 7.22)3.POSITION( Verna Ruth Kelly. his wife, lo TlratFederal TOl MORTON CAHV Individually cauae directing tale of the pro.rty Defendant Florida, From the H L, corner

repaired. 24 hour answering Saving* and Loan Aaiocl! and aa Trustee hereinafter deecrlbed will NOUtt Or stir of Sec SI. Twp. il South Rtng
AUTOMOBILES Auto atlon of New myrna *ncumb.rln| tale. and sell at public auction to LOWa-NSftlV SONS 35 run. North 89 deg Aimtn
service. 2873330 USED City DESIRED in Cocoa or .. UV 44 Queens BoulevardQueena lbs highest and beat bidder for TO: M 1.1.
the following property InUrevard c..1 enlatlniunder : aec Eau, along
New York 1AC. a corporation
Parts AM 3686. Titusville office work or cashier at the Laat front door the .1.
I County florida to.wittNLart lIne of aald Sec 31
o a
YOU: ARE HltREBY NOTIFIED th* law of the Ca.e uNaw lou.1
ROOFING PAINTING, additions, typing filing. Meet the public at the Southeast corner of that for yard County Courthouse. ID Tituaviii. York with Its principal of UU., feet. tbenct
a complaint declaratory if
and general repairs All work LEGAL PADS Big Supply 35c unusually well. S.yr. resident. I the 8W,, of the WW of Section lief aa lo who owns the westerly 83 .. IIrovard County Florida on place of b ..* at U74S Leonard Nor.1 0 deg M olin 40 ..0. Went

guaranteed, free estimates, licensed 25c each ..t thC Mar-Advocate 8. Townahlp' 21 South Kane 81fca feet of the below deecrlbed properly Monday March 30, 11)64 described' .1 13.0 8lrel. Borough of Man 5 r.. for the point of begin
Call &:12 a988NOTU: .:..t: thence North along the Noon the following' prop' York City, tald point being on
Office. alto abatement of the .
aa an
and bonded. 267-3411. : .t line of said Forty a dlitani. pur- arty situate In Brtvard Courtly, York. l. North rl.b..ol-w. line
''r 0. ,( I'I'IK'.\TII>NKlH .* nf 470 fret for th* POiNT chose price and other relief hasbeen Florida. lo.wit: Oraden Mlreet run thence
INCOME IAA and bookkeeping T.\\ IH.lilt: Oh BbOINMXO; thenc. contlnu filed agalnat you laid. property' LOl nineteen' ((19)) and twenty North 0 deg 34 mln 40 aec
service Resident 2673518 Notlca la burrb/ give.. that MaryT. North along laid forty I being aa follow. : ( la Section nine (9)). Town You are hereby notified that i a West. thence North

,. & Mchola holder of Ian certiflcataNo lit. T6 feet, thenc Weat parallel All that land known a* Chandler ship tweoty'nios |2D) South suit In. equity has been brou.h deg IS ret.. see. Eat .1
Office 26T-37S1. II Burgess 144 Kama the rflat d.y of MayA to the South line of aald Park the eame being a eubdlvl.lon Range thirty.." ((37)) tail. against :rI" by General to the P.2. of acorn 5 to
Associates. 7"au./l .1>. Iao7, baa fllail aama In my 01ft rorty jIM feet: thence South of the U 8 Lot 6. Section Together with. the bulldlngi andImprovement Corpuratloganlaed of $eventh'Day AdvenuoM the left. having a radius of .it>b49d .-
tju and haa nmua ampliation lor a parallel to She East line of nEd 14. Town.hlp 2. "'Mouth tltuate thereonBald a roiogioas corpul'auun ur- feet and tn Interaction angle
DRESS MAKING alterations, : tax ,deed lu b. ImueU thereon trail' rorty a dlatance of 75 feet; Range 37 East ae per plat recorded property will I be subject under the I.... of the of I deg 31 mln 44 aec. tbenc
Easter dresses done early call carllMcata em brace a the following thence E... lo the point of b... In the Public Records of to valid liana of record tnlted Stales for the Ulatrlct 01 the laid
ilaacrlbed. property In th. County .Innln being a pert 01 the Krevard County. Florida In. Plat Th* above described prop.rt. to I Columbia la the CircuIt Court. :u.rllo3nf.e: h rnoc.Ol Stouth:
Mrs Bazen, Indian River of Bnvard( Stats of lorluu. lo.wit: IIW'' of the ttW', of Hoctlon. 8. Book 8. Page :4). save and excepting get her with all of the *, Ninth Judicial' Circui. In and for 7 deg on mln 25 aeo East loU
Heights, 267-7956. Lot 1 Ulk S Township 21 South Bang 35 therefrom Lots 4 antS nrredltamenta and appurtenancesth C revs,d County. ... and you feet to the North right.of-way
Head it Allena Sub I of SWU W East S. of Block 19, and all\ :i Block; .rean to belonging or In anywlae are hereby eummoned ordered. and line of Garden Street thence
Chevrolet of HH that llca In Del UrantMeo 17. and Lola 11 and appertaining' will. be .old I at laid required ii fll. your written .
INCOME TAX returns prepared, and other land, has bees filed In 12: of Block .n.w. Westerly along the arc of acurve
ar.. il a. R I6 t,. Court and ID. and, Lot 1. Block t. with. jail ale In pursuance t laid Order. or olaf en.ss to the complaint II.d lo the having a radlua .
this are
Phone 267 3183. $3.00 and agaInst you you rl.h.
up .Id to confirmation of laid sale 'In the
Tb. aiaeaament of lb. property tile Lot 1 'In Block 3. conalatlng of subject herein against you above of 281493 and an ''nl.r.olon -
hereby required' ttS your' an.weror 'e.
under the nld "certificate I..u.dwao ; by the Court titled cause. In lbs office of the<
other defeoao to said .uit in the 281 acre of land: and further I .. angle 8 deg 81 mln
PAINTING, expert, reliable and In the name of Charlie Harvey office 01 the Clerk of the Circuit aavlng and excepting therefrom Dated at Tltulle. Brevard Clerk of the Circuit Court 'In soil a dlalance of 3.U78 feet

satisfying work. Estimates gladly these c rs Enle. IItld oertitio.te .hall b. relemed Court of Urevard County Florida all mineral metal and petroleum County Florid. day of for Brevard County Florida. at hisoffics 4 th. P. T. of said curvethence .
carry law the I in lbs Court House In Titus.vilis
aocordlntr prop.
rlghta and privileges which February 1964 South 89 deg 26 mln 2U
AM 7-ona on or before the 5th daof Marcb. areveatad
ertr deacrlbad therein will be cool and In the Slate of Florida. ./ David' Myer Florida on or before lb. 1,1 lee. West 6422 feet to the pointof
A. O I 1W4 to lerve a cops
the bidder at lha court day 01 1014. and to carve acony
to highest
Guaranteed ." ., 01 the aGeorge Barley Apri. beginning'
ency State of
Warranty thereat on the plilntlft attorneyC y. /
INCOME TAX RETURNSby hou. door at 13: ,00 clock noon on Winston SmIth Po.t Office Box Florida. Together with. all and 5/ 1. Paul Conway of answer or defen.esupon
telephone or appointmentSLicensed the Oral Monday In Ii,. month ol N Dixie Freeway N.wIIm'rna singular the shore riparian and Feb 28. Mar 6. 13 to (IFrl.) 1940. Tkomaa L. Henderaon' plaintiff ALSO LESS and EXCEPT the
4.27 110(1)
1U64, whih I. the 6 day a attorney herein, whoa address
for'9n8. full : rlorlda If fall littoral rlflite of the following' described property released -
trained, experienced. year r'lljrt.D.; AO 1884. T Beach you the land vendor to I 10 202: aoulb Waahlngton Avenue by Partial Keieaae cfMortgage
R. W. Copeland. 2670274. Dalai tala 18 day of Feb AD I'm do .0. judgment by default will appertainingand IN TIlE I lilt It ( ot liT Itt 1 lt: on or before ..1... dated los 20th day of
for relief
be taken aaln.t you the you are hereby required to ktt. the laws ol
1964 NINIII JLI> ( 1Ultf I. ( aa required by ebruary, 1U&X and recorded In
63: CHEVROLET; C17flC Curtla R Barnea ought In the complaint' aerve a copy of your answer or .this rOK 1111"\10 r Florida and lbs f lorl',la Rule ol Official Record Book 8J. page

"Impala" 9 passengJ7J Clerk of Circuit Court This notice ehall be published one other pleading to said complaint on t LOHlUtIN Civi Pro..dur. If :you fall to do 179. publlo record of Brevtrd

HARVEYREAL er Station Wagon Kravard. County. tlurlua each week for four coneecuttre STAR. Plaintiff. attorney. TOBIAS : L5I.tP.( PIlot NO.. (701NOmh : Decree Pro Confeiao will bientered County, f"lorld.; Begin at
(Circuit' Court tie.II week In the TITlBVILLb SIMON 223 B t.. Flret Street, Ml Ot Nlirclaiming against :you for the relief 1306.76 feet North 1 deg. I
V8 Fowerelide, Powersteer. }'.b. 21. 28 Mar. C. 13 (FrI. ) IjtilUTIC ADVOCATfcVVITNtHS. ami 32 Florl,la. and to flic the or. LUCILLE BRADDOCK huNCh I demanded la lbs Complaint min.pollt 54 .ec. West and a3 li
hand and the seE,
| Radio and Heater my of
ng. Iglnal aalrl
your answer or otherpleading
Plaintiff North 89 deg 10 ml,. 24
ESTATELICENSE > .: or HEVLKII IIIIIM of laid Court at Tttuevllle. the In the office of the Clerkof v. Th name of the court In which Sad of the SW corner of le.lbs

82 CHEVROLET Sealed bile will ba received by the the County Heat of Brevard County, this Court on or before the SIb CHARLES\!: EDWARD BCNCH. this lull has been Instituted la Clr NW of the 812 '. of the 8W

"Bel Air" 2 Door Sedan $1695 Hoard of County Lommlmlonera FlorIda. tnla 8th day or rebruary. day of March 1984 If you fall to do His heirs at law hegotees. .devise... cult Court, Ninth Judicial Circuit.Brevard '. of I Section 81. Townahlp
11164. 2
SCHOOLStart the Courthouse In Tltuavllle. rlor A. D 'o. judgment by default will be County, Florida, and the
other South, Range M East.
grantesa or
6 cylinder Radio 'RT19 R. BARNES. Clerk of any p.ron. Ih.nc.
M\ March Ct taken .bbr.vl.l.d title 01 thi. I I.
Ida. up to 10:00: oclotk A agalnet you for the relief de. under Chance l.uward c.e 19 10 mln aec.
this Tuesday 7 P. M. Air Conditioning. lath 1864 for one 11)61 al>-pana..nKor the Circuit Court In an I for manded In aald. complaint Bunch General' Conference Corporation ol Nortl. 847 uel.. thence North 1

attend first session ai our guest nation weave V.S engine. not lees Urovard County Florida. DATED!: thla 5th day of February. Defendant Seventb.Day Adventlat. a religIous deg IS mln :J4 ace Well, M.07
61 FORD "Galaxle" 2 than auo II P., oil filler. air cleaner (Circuit Court Heal) FU)4, "I Tltuavllle, Brevard County, JtlrT TITI. ; corporation. organized under the feet, thence. South 88 deg 41mln
$1 S95 U: volt Ignition system. ..ulom..Uctun.mle.lon. By Startle Hall law of the United I.. fir the
HOWELL'S door Sport Coupe. V8 Clerk In the Name of the attte of Florlda lt. 26 aoc Weal 81704 feel
ateerlni Deputy Dlalrlcl of Columbia. v* Chevoll
powar pow. BARNES his mln'
To: Chart Edward Hunch thence South 1 deg 111 U
Fordomatlc Trans. SMITH
BUSINESS COLLEGE .r brake. poltlve, traction rear /50.. WINSTON Clerk Circuit Hllla Estates, Inc corponstioooistio
Court h.lr..t law. legaleea, duvlmvlgrtntera ..c. \East!: 4)92: feel to the pointof
mission Power Steering, Radio end, not 181. than 116" wheel blUe, IO Box *.21DUO nf 'revar 4 County Florlda or any olhrr peraonnclaiming ( under the"Ia' of the Stall beginning Containing I 0.50)

1328 S. Wash' Ave. (U.S. 1) and heater not I laaa :r.aIMi.: 4-ply V. tlrc; wii. N. Dixie Freeway New SmyrnaKeaih lIT: 1Jan15 Hail under Cbarle Edward of florid .cre..
2671161 rim, SIb limiter andair Florida. Deputy Clerk Bunch. You are further notified that the
eondlUolIIl' Board reervee ..h.rl..bt Attorney. for Plaintiff (cotRT !SEAL; natura of laid aull I I. to foreclose a ALSO LESS and EXCEPT lbs
to reject any and all blda )'.b. 7, 14 21 28 (>'rl.) 1984_ TOBIAS'" liMON And aid to! All named unknown apouse.. o montage given to the plaintiff aol I following ueacribed property re-
All bid. to be marked Blda for Attorney for Plaintiff recorded. In Official Recorda look .lesaed by "utal ltelease ofsiortgsgs
INCOME TAX returns accounting 1W4 atatlon .lIon". NOTICE role lilies 223 8 t,. First Street ant. 88 page 824, public records of the 12 day or
Joe II Wlckham Chairman Sealed bide will ba received by Miami 8.. Florida And to: All Parties claiming Inl"r.1. yard County. Florida, upon the fol: Augu.t, 1965 and recorded In.
and system service C.F Assoc- Board of CountyCommlanlonera the Board of County Comrnlaaloner FR 7.4627eb .. by through under or a..lnt.h. lowing deicrlbed. property: OfficIal Record BOOk 344. page

tales 267 C271) llravard County up to 5:41: AM, March 19th 1B44 at ... 7. 14. 21. 28 elt'nI.. ) 1964. above named Dalural deIendant. ails. public record 01 Br.vard
".b. 21. al (tn-I.) 1H4IS the Courthouse In Tltuivllla. Florida not known to be dead or .llv. PARCEL 1: Al 8E S of the County. Fiorina' from the SK.

WILL DO typing in own borne call for: And to! Al Parties Having or NW bin and '4 of SW %i of corner of the SW 'I of the HWU
TIIK: l'IIII'\111'0t KT OK" Tilt: tine (Il) 1964 new American, made un.t; or Claiming have any right. utle or Section 81. Townahlp 21 South of Section 31. Township 21
mornings. 2677180. NINTH 1 .ILI: < lal. ,. ( l1t1'I( IT. l lAls IN Button Wagon four (4) door Auto- TI, .\ \1'1.1''rl. Interest 'In and to the followingde.cnihed Hangs 8 East.1 Containing Soacrea MoUth Range 35 East, Brevard
tOil HHO/tRII: ( Ut >T4 niche transmission. : wheelbaio not TO WHOM IT MX property, situate In Ure- lea*. County Florida, go North 1
i SINGER SEWING! Machiu' Co. KIOKIIIV I... than 119 Inch.; VS engine; not Nolle la hereby Y given CONCERN: vard County, 1lor'da.' to-wlt: PARCEL mor 2: N H of the SW 14 36 mln, 62 ice West along d..

sales and service Pinking shears 63 PONTIAC IN C'II \ C't.llt "It.( tllVIN Seas than 220 Horeepower; outilda tentlon bf ECHO co. OF of the In. Commencing point 39J9 ft of lbs SW V>. Wed S of East line of said l<. II Suction
Tempest i iLetnans" WIWCON
,, rl( r': putt P1111.10' \TH>NWAVNh. rear view mirror; back up llghlareclrculatng ; BIN west of the NB corner of the at acre distance of 657 feet. thence
Phone AM T- INC. to the NW of the fcE 1a of the a
'' apply
etc sbirpeoed $$2S95 to the of I.
convert. D beater and d.lro.ler l.ar4 quarter of Section 18 T 27 M.
I CVMMNUIIAMllalntlff County Commlielonera of BW t ..' North 110 feet of N South 89 deg mln US nee
a44.! Ible V8, Automatic ems (I) SIN I 14 4 ply Urea; not County Florida. at the Range 37 E. thence go ..U'I 66Oft H of the 8 H of the 8W '4 of Weal a dlaianc 3 feet lo the
lea than 47: ampere alternator! two Courtbouae County to a point thence go ... W NE of the his.psesl -
Transmission Power Steering the gw* Section 31 Township corner
at Tltuevllle pr..nt
Florl, .
la .
I FREE LP bottled gas installation. Radio and Heater n.ROlllUURllC Ct'NNIVUIIAMl C21> speed electric wiper and wlndihileld IUO: "''""oek A. M on March 19th.1 ft. thence go north 660 ft thencego 21 South. Rang 36 Kait LESS\ Plant Bit and which point
209) N. U. S. No.1, TitusvUle ; )<*fcn"lantTO washer: tinted glass all wln- or aa coon thereafter Weal to point of beginning. and EXCEPT land dracrlbed indeed is the point of beginning of the
I aa pelllloner You. and Each of You notified
directional aliinali
down .
ROgEMAHIE Ct'NNl.VOMAM ; may be recorded In Official Record property to be Included In thli
Suburban Propane Gas Service. and htrd. to vacate the that lull to title to the
eleerlng power a '
lion MJHolt.nvllle power plat of the Addition. Book 10, page 602 and aa deecrlptlon; Ihence conllnulng
2676411.. 61 CHEVROLET Now York brake: factory air conditioning. and Valley a aubdlvlelon Sun above described property has been described I In correctly* deed recorded South 89 deg 04 mln 08 ceo.
F r cayne' 2 door sedan, $$1395 NOTICH IS HtHKHV: : GIVEN poi.l-trao axle. Color green section 3J town.hlp 2] gout comprising. filed against :you and you are hereby In Official. Record Book Weal a dlatanci of 3UO feel;

PAINTING Powergllde Transmls that a ComplaInt for Divorce haa Terms. Caen 35 east In B rover 0 County rsogs.. required to aerve a copy of :your 14 pace 112, and. Ihence North 1 deg 8 mln 61aeo
lion\ ,, heater been filed af anat you In the ahov The Board ye serve. the right to. .. shown< by the plat thereof record Answer to the Complaint on thePlaintiff's LBftS aad EXCEPT land delertbe Weit a distance 110 feet:'
antltlek I Court by WAYNE fl. CIJN.NINOMAM ml ectaflys nd all bl.... I Hook attorney. John A. Reed la deed reeed In thence North 89 deg not..
DECORATINGand All hi'). to be marked, Bid for h"if"1? ". paces 8* li 73 479 Ballard Drive, Eau Oallle. Flur- O. f .. 0
Plaintiff, In the above. and to return the final Records Book 31. page see. tail a distance 300 ,
60( FORD "Fairlane"VS. COOT .1.I.d cause; and you are herebyordered Station Wagon (DIAl No 4) Inclu.I.acreage for the eald, I lila. and file the original In the office publlo recorda of ErevardCouty thence South 1 deg. 86 mln 61

4 door sedan J07J aed dlr.ol.d to the your JOE H. WIOKHAM, I.xaton. and I ovacatsan purpone 0 aban of of lbs Clerk of the Circuit Florlda and leo Bait a dlattnce of 119 feet

PAPERHANGING fnrrlnmatlc eppenrance. .n..er or other plead CHAIRMAN ." all "reet. 'ln lbs .ald( Court on or before the 3O day of LEIS and EXCEPT land dea lo the point of beginning of the
Inia to aald Complaint either per HOARD OF COUNTY Jubd'v'Sto1., March. 1964; otherwise the allegatlona In parcel numbered 1 and property to be Included In thil

C. H. Frizzell 61 FALCON 4 Door nally or by atttorney, In the Of COMMISSIONERS Dated 1 this 26lh day of F.bruay. of confeaeedThla sold Complaint. will betaken 2. described aa followa: description
\ I flee of Ib* Clerk of the abov.ulylalCourt Begin at the SW corner of the
1120 Johnson St. 267-374T Sedan Automatic UVj or by aervlnc an anawer onO FLORIDA. 19114.FCHO CO. OF nolle shall be publlahed 1 ALSO LE81 and EXCEPT the
L Ohs
Tlv' WISCONSIN. NW of lbs SE of SW
,Transmission. Radio )'..b. 21. 28 U'r'' ) 1984 .ten week for four .
t. PIlls. nttlntlff. a atoineywhoaa "onc.1 bin of Section 81. Townahlp property re
HWY} CONSTRUCTION CO. Con. flester .'h" 5 P. O Hox' 20 8 1--- 111 eRue.eli Snow week .In. the Tltuivllle Blar' South. Mango 35 East, and a leased by Partial Re).... ofM.rt..e
Wntelllt Brevarrt Counly.Florida : 1I 'HIM>K HIllS / cate I dated the lith day of
Lloyd .
IS 34
crete work, masonry, roofing, '02 CORVAIR 2 door on or Io.f.re the 21: day of I I lealed"I! bldi will. be received by lie A C.mpb.1 Dated this 28 day of February, ', Wool Nut along 1 deg the 40 min acre line .c.I a April, llttJ and recorded In Official

carpentry and, remolding $$1395 March, lWi4 olharwln all Lorn I tb. hoard o( County Cominluloncra, Feb 38 Mar 6 ( ) Ii4! 14 I dlatanc of 150675 feet: thenc Record Book 0119. page 2M,
Phone AM 7.2326. sedan radio and plaint will. ba taken aa confiaiied, bv ui> until 5:49: clock AM. March -- heater you and aald eaun ahall proceed I&th 1164.\ In the Commlaaiooera Curtis R. Darnel Faal parallel to the North tins County Florl,la: Begin al a
lo final 1 hearing' Itoom, Court llouae. In Tltuavllleilorlda IF INTKNTION TO Clerk of Circuit Court of tIne SE V, of of said point on lbs West line of the SE
Used Cars & Trucks 58 FORD Ranch Wa. (Court Frail> 1Curtla fur. H 1ITU.t UtTITIOls o.P.lE Bread County. Florida Section 81. W>..h SW' thence M of Section 31. Town.hip 21

%'8 4 door Ford- $$595 R Rarnea one II I) tOO Ton Pickup Cab A In compliance with. Houae Bill ly C Ru..1 South 1 deg mln reU aec Baal South, Range 35 Laat illuatid
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Clerk of Circuit Court Cbaaela to meet the following 1173. Chapter Number 20U63. Laws Feb Mar C. (IFrl) 19C4IN parallel 10 th 1 Wet line of the 20000 feet North 01 deg 09 mln
CMC. 2 ton. heavy duty oraatic Transmission
van type
peclflcatlone7uu 66 Went from the SW cor
By: V. 8 Spanilrr : Acta of 1941 the under East Vi of the 04003 feet .
body, good tires, !good furniture Radio and Heater Deputy Circuit Court Clerk x IS 6 Ply Tube.Type Tire: o F.rlda. register. with the Clerk to the North lln 8W.* the 8kV4 of nor of said SE .. run thence

van Drive it yourself and save Feb 21, 28 Mar. 6. 13 ( Frl) 1J04 II a" "Split' Kline: of the Circuit' Court In Brevard ot Or the thence South 011 deg North 01 deg 01 mln 66 *ecWeal .
60() PONTIAC \ Heavy Duty fcprtngeB : County 'rul lK'II ( l'r Tilt 10 a\. leo Weat along aa,tiline along West line of
75% next Price upon receipt of .
on ve. Yol'lda.
your ro lIard.$1595$ Cylinder: 14O H PDirectional of CIKII. feet Mouth HE (* a dlatance of 769379 feetthence :
proof S407
ville' 4 Door this notice !
tNII tOil llll(01 : tb.nc
H95 267-5D63. Hlgnalil o North 88 deg 50 mln
24 .
the following 1 deg Id sea
nameto > .tKI S r.t's I'. Ot rIOKIliiKOH8 ml. :16
top Hydramatlc Mlrrorion tlctll.u. .
--- Alternator. Hear View .wit: The Big Cl feet. thence South S9 aeo Eaal a distance of 75.0
raogean which I' ", '0.
1969 FORD RANCHERO, caU 267. nsmlssion.I Air Conditioning./ bulb il lea. we are engaged In Ulfl. antI fruit '' Olt. 5132)"IS08 ml. y .e. Went 3u6.0 feel to a feet; thence North 01 d. .

1450 after 5pm. Powersteerlng Power Brakes, The Hoard. and reaervea all bid.the right toreject ehlpplng at indian. RI.r City. Flur BANaL, a New York corporation, point 25.0 feel E. the We.tIn. mln 1M9U2 65 f..I.o.: Weit thence a 11.I.nc. of 89
any 'Ida and that the line 4 of the HW
Radio and Heater. All bids to be marked "Did for the only peraon Interested un".relnd In Bald are Plaln.ll. I of o 1&1 Townn.IP 41 d.r. 25 onto 20 ..c. East a dla
1860 VOLKSWAGEN KARMAN 3,1 T. tlckup (Diet) No. 4)) haul, .. South. ttaag lt. East; thenceOsuth of 11.20 feet; thence
81 CHEVROLET Printed Pattern JO .. H. WICKUAMCIIAIKMAV A. GRIFFIN and PATRICIA North 00 mln 40 aec
Ghla low excellent 84 .
mileage, Dated at Tltuavllle llorlda, this 1 deg. IS mln aecKaat .
t1695 ANN his wife el al.
shape Priced (for quick sale. pala 4 door Sport I [ SIZES IS day of February. A.D. 1!*>4. ORI''lS. DefenlantliMbNittit parallel to sId Wed line Weal a distance of 13.OUO feelthence ;
HOARD Of COUNTY North 89 deg 25 mln 20
dan PowergUdeYI 9032 Harriett) C. LecklePendleton of the tail S of the "W of
Norur: 2672693. a 0-20 COMVHSMJ\ ,, ( '> \ERS 0, Leckle Section Jl, Townihlp 21 South aeo East a dlmanc of *)'.4BO
Transmission. Powersteerlng HKKYAIU: ) COUNTY.rLOIUDA STATE UK FLORIDA TO feet thence Mouth 00 d".. 34mln
35 feelthence ;
Feb 28. Mar 8. 13. ct'rl.) tail Joseph Needle. a* Resident Agentof Range 1&1. 302.1 ;
1X8, 2 TON Dodge Stake encloied Radio and Heater South d".. mln 40 aec Eaat a (1.lanc. of
heb 21. J8 ("'rl.) 1.M.4 Hampton Home Corp" Inc. cf feet 1 6 11)1.000) feet; thence deg
t67 aec Weal 26 I) to point
good condition $430 .
208\\ Cocoa Florl"la
a 20 East dlalanceof
corvoraloD. 26 mln see a
60 DODGE beglnalng (containing 2<>uacree
"polara"t1195 1'a 'rIsc ( Cli vrh' U IIC1t.'XtIHI.r. IN Til: (UNTl JIIM.rHl whose re.ld.ne and 8218 feel; thence South
100 feet
'S3 MERCURY convertible all Convertible | | IN .\NI Mitt IIKt.1I1IC < ) I tNIt rOK 115000.IOt> I Is unknown of ). ALSO the 201)0 Eat feet of I the deg 84 mln 4 iec East a .0

power, $200 Phono 8677269 matlc Transmission 111'1't..OIUII..\. < O| Tt'I.OKI>.\ Uwayn It Hawkins and JeanettaB I' loull SW Lu of SectIon a nee of 15.0 ,.11! thenceI0ulb

.:.... Power Steering Power Brakes IN KMLdTAlfc.: On ret: .I.t. Hawklna. hi. wie. and Ham A. Ni. Towaahlp. 21 South, Rang. 89 2 ace.
REUBEN HAKKI9 HILL, Clrlftln and Ann
OF IOISEl'1I L SPALL, Weal dletance nf I.
{: Grifn. a ;
1948 STUDEBAKER good running Radio and HeaterMany Eait.PARCEL. .
DeceaeedNOTKK .
UeieaoeilNOTU hi. wife, each and aeverally 3 thence South on deg. 34 Rio
condition <200, Phone 267-6652. r: TO C'S tIll 5)005 lt. IIIIXI I'rTlriON; respec tins reildeiice la unknown: 1, The SW of the 'eo East a dlntance of 106. 4

I All oredltora of the I Estate: of ton tl .\ 111"1Ktt..
HELP I Private owner forced to More To Chno From foerph I.. H|>all, deceaned I are hereby .\11' under or against the said I ,. Section 31. Township 21 mln 20 aeo. East a dlatance of
sell 'very clean 57 Buick by notified and required 5 to file any TO ALL. IT MAY CONCERN Hampton Home Corp.. Inc. of Mouth. Range 35 East, enceptlogtherefrom '..3.a feet: thence South 00 deg
clalnia, ordemanla,, which they may. Cocoa. a Florida corpor.lon. and the right.of-way o( 34 mln 40 aec. Eaat a dlatanc of
2/17/64. Make offer. 2677747. h aveago. lo.t eal,I eitate In the of, Notice .la hereby given that I have Dwayne R J..tt.. Florida mat Highway 8-4i>6. 165000 feet; thence South II
flee of the County Judge Brevard filed my final returnaaadrnin.lotratniO H H.wkln*. hi* wife. and Roue A. containing 1JU acre. LESS anti.I deg 26 mln 2u aec W.1 a
Magnolia Motor. Co. Gus FaulkChevrolet County, Tltuavllle "Florida' within. of the catat of REUBEN Griffin and Patricia Ann Urlffln.I EXCEPT land a* deacrlbed Indeed lance of 214298 ".1; thence
tnUrruliorul 'Harvester' Trucks alx, calendar nmnthi, from the date HARRIS HI LL deceaaed l; that I his wife, and all parties having orclaiming recorded In Official Ken South 11 deg 44 mm 42 aec.
of t uublliat on of this have filed for final die to have any right. title. ord Book 14. page 31S publlo bait a dl..nc of 629276 feel
Scout .Wheel Drive notice'Ef claim: : or uemaii,I mum tiarge and that I ....1 apply to the or Intereat In the real property with record of Brevard County. lo a point on the Northerly

Sales Parts Service be In writing an,I ,luot..ate the Honorable VIRGIL CONKLINO Improvement thereon herein dt*. Florlda' rlght-of-wty of Garden Street
place or reHldrnce and poet office County Julge of Hrevnrd County. cni bed. Block 3 Stats Road No. 40(1( 100 R/W)
U>03) Vi. Canal Rt 40 addreaa of the claimant' and mum be FlorIda on March I 19b4. for ap YOl AND EACII OF YOU fcrreby PARCELA: All ; said point also being a point en
Mew Smyrna Beech sworn to by the clalmi,,nt. hli agnnw trowel' of the .. antI, for finaldischarge DotC. that a suIt ha* been filed Lot. 1 t* S Inclualv. Lots 12 a curve concave to the NW having .
or attorney or It will be volt au ae admlnletratrlv of the In the above styled\ I to 87 inclusive. Lot I'M) 4711IKS cording. to law relate tf REUBEN HARRIS HILL. Court The nature of lbs lull I Is to clualv. Block 4, Block 6; thence frtm a tangenl bearing
g Dated this 4th day of February ileceaaedFebruary. foreclose that certain mortgage re?. All Block I; All Block 1; All of Mouth 74 deg 48 mln 38 *eoWeal .
CADILLAC original black 191>4. 12, 11WIa corded June 2. lIHiO, In Official Block S. Lot 2 to 28 Inc. iilncka run along the arc of saId
finish all power and airconditUning a' Gladys I. C..r.llnor\ / NELI1K M. SMITH Records Book m. page 635 Pubic : Lola 1 to 24 Inc. Lot 2 lo curve JW780 feet through a central
Good condition for tllailye I. Oar,liner. Aiming.tratrlx NELLIE M. Kecorde of Brevard County. FlorIda 60 Inc., Block 10: Lots S li 35 angle of 8 deg 44 mln. 81aec
tMITH.Admlnl.tral' encumbering the hereinafter deacrlbed Inc. Lot 28 to 46 Inc.. Block .
USED CAR DEPT. ) of the batale of Joncoa I ..101. of 1. to the 81 corner property
$350 cash. 267-3076. 1.. Spall fleceannjreb RtUBkN\ HARRIS HILL. real property The name of LoU 1 to 24 Ino. Lots 27 to 6 described Official Record

-- 1028 s. HOPKINS AVE. 21 .28. Mar, 1, 13 Ifrl) ) 1M11.! Deceaiedleb lbs Court In which said cult la pendIng : Inc. Block 13; Lot 24 and 2 Book 500. page 155 Brevard
PANIIARD la the circuit Court of the Ninth I 84 Inc. Block : Lots 2 1lac "
38! economy car, 33 14 il 2$. Mar C (iFnI.l I County publlo record: thencefrom
1st $200. 267-7808. II lit II. < iKiiiititiKriii> rn r, 111. Judicial Circuit In and for the. .. Lot 16 to Inc.. Lots 35 a tangent bearing of South
mpg- .. NINTH JlllKIM. III1C liT ININ County of Brevard. mat of P'lnrila., to 42 Inc, Block 1; Lots 6 to 20 81 deg 33 mln 09 aeo Wed run
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It tOil IlK pv; I lilt Kit !>Iort. IN : tlKCI IT COl HT OF TlIK In Chancery No. 273o5. and the at.b.brvlal.d Inc.. Lot 23 28 to 46 Inc.. North It d.... 08 mln 09 BOO.
storE; <>r" n IIKII> \ Tit IN till. of tIns cad I. Tins Block 111: LoIs 2 to 49 Inc. Block Heat t distance of ISOMJ feet
f'll l \'tII': :NO n811 ."I'TI("tIUI\I.. .\ (11Ilr.NT) Sanloge alnk. a New 1': Lets 3 t* 49 Inc. Block 20: to the NE corner of said Offlclal .
WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING! GAIL ARLES TOVIASSO tlllMII I ) I. York rorporutlen. PI.lnU" y. Ross Lot > to 49 Inc.. Block 21, Lotsa Records Book 11. cage 185:
1 PlaintiffAVTHONY NO. 117M A. Griffin and Patricia Ann GrIffin. to 23 lie. Lot 24 to 3 I no. said corner being a curve
9 va. (1.\t"Kt or stir hlr wit.. 51 .1. Defenilanis. Loll &lo .IDo. Block : Lot concave Ihe NW having aradlue
I ANOEL.O TOMA88O.Dofendant JESSIE: : 'CII't description of the real prop S lo : .. .. 29 to 46 Inc. 0:0: 23455fl feet an a
$20 Down Payments & Up nrybn In cold suit and dea: Lot and 4.. Block :: Lola 1 central antIs 01 05 de. 45 mIn.

NOTICE TO APPEAR Ve PI.lntf crlbed In th* complaint' I I. *. fol to 24 Ine, BI.I 24: of Block 23 ace: thenri from a .n..nt
AND nrrhxii: W. McKINNET ''OWO 2S, Lota 1 lac. Lt J3 to bearing of South dear SH mln.
I TUB STATE Or FLORIDA 'H" Df fen,lan< 2"*. HAMPTON HOMES 60 In.. Block 2<: Lou Sine. 68 ceo Writ a 502.435 feet
i TO: Anthony Angelo, TomaaeoTUJ TO: JOHN W. whose SUBDIVISION UNIT NO I ao Lots I to 42 lao. Lou 48 lo e along the are of aid curve and
: Weal It'S, h Street laat known McKINStY.r..ld.ne : cording to plat thereof a re I no.. Block 2; Lot 1 to S .. along the North line of ...IdO.
: Corona California RFD Hyde eorded Plat page 12.Pablie Let e to lac. Lou 48 to 6 R. Book nag ;
I Volt ANTHONY ANGELO To.MASII& Hodge South Carolina I IDR oo"f1. Brevard lae. Block 28: All of Block 2 : South 39 10.. 25 16. 'benc see.

53 STUDEBAKER 60 ENGLISH FORD I are hereby notlflel that aromplalnt NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN County, Lot 1 '0' Inc. Lot to 42 Ina. Wed a dl..ne of 205.1911 fet
I for divorce b.. b..n Oil'1 that a Complaint fur Divorce has YOU AND EACH OF YOU are Lot 47 U 50 lac. Block 3O; Lou lo the point bI"'n., containing .
ed. agalnit you, and you are requlr, been against you by the required to fll. your anawer to the I lo S lao, Lot S la 2 Inc. Lou 19.M o. I.
Runs Good Sta. Wagon Runs Good! ed to serve a copy of your Answer le' the above etyled Court Complaint with the Clerk of tea 22 to 43 Ine, Loti 4 60 'Inc.Block Ali .
or Pleading In the Complaint In the and.. you are hereby required to etyled Court and eerv a "OP St : All of 33: It I It hereby ordered that Ihl.Dd.r *

Putted Pattern 031tVlia.t' I plaintiff attnrnrvi the Law Office serve a copy of your .wee snIt thereof upon 1'1.1 ntlff. Attorney In TIT18VILLE HEIHT" and notice shall be publlahej
$$20 DOWN $$345 8TC WART L whoa ad,I. JUBDIVISION. of SB once a week for four 14)
U. 18. 18 of Garrett D. Quirk llarnor CIty pleading upon the a atmrnev AYER. conaenwutlv
10 12
Bli.s Profrealanal\ (renter illS Harbor City *. KELLEY. PI.lntf' MAR rea* la Poat Oflc. ">2. Eau S Bectlo 81. Townehlp 21 South, week la th. ,. SlarAdvocale. -
1 :). Size It jumper J7/a yard Boulevard. Poet Office sion 12,i, ION, P. O Box 1011.ROlD 1 Qallle, Oallle, later that the Mange I Eaat *a<1 NE S of a newspaper publlahed In
I Bt-la.1! Mont* 1% 71s. S5.In.FIFTY Eau Oallle. Florida. and te file the Florida and file the ortdnal an- Ith day of March A.D. W4 aa required ME 14 ft election .. Townehlp 22 Tltuavllle Brevtrd County Florida,
W.ek.ndSp"I!" CENTS l colas for original) Anawer or Pleading In tug swap or pleading In th* office of the by law. ela* a D. Pro 80utb. Raage 8 E.." u platted and having a general circulation la
59 PLYMOUTH Office of the Clerk ef the Circuit Clerk of the Circuit l Court Tltuivllle Confeaao wl be .nl.re'Ian.t you I la Plat Book .page 72 publlo B..ar4 County. Forda.WITNESI .
this patter add IS cent ("0".1 on or before the Itth day 01 Florida. on or before the 8 and each you.IN record of lrnr CountyFlorida my Clerk of
59 CHEVROLET for etch: pattern tot lat-elag March lIMO.hEREIN day ef March. .4. If you fall to d W1TNEK8 WHER .Or. I haw LESS fXCCP .. CI.ult Court & Brevtrd
mailIng and special handling. FAIL NOT or Deere an, a Pro Confeaao wi betaken b."un'l eel my hand. and affixed, .I-o.w., for 8tal County Florida. and lbs seal nf the
D. said subject
V-8, Auto. Trans. Pro Confeaeo will\ be entered agalnelThli you for the demanded the official teal. of laid Court a'i *. property aid Court at Tltuavllle 1 HrevaMr

D.A., 11.T. V-8, Std 8 ad to 174 New..a1 Jlalo yo.:.. la the Complaint. Tltuavllle, Brevard County, Florida: i t* reetrlctlon reeervilloniand r...'.. Florida. the 2olh day o&
ten Dapt, Z3I West 1IU 8t.l notice will. \ be publluhe ones notice .h.1 publlahed toll Sill day nf February A.D. 194 eaeemeala now of .ord. February 1KV4.
$$595 )' week for four cnnucutlve, week Thl week consecutive CURTIS R. BARNES and ales Lot 4* la Block .
$$795 ,,, York 11 H. T. Bead SOd 5 saltS TIT18VILLB HEIGHTS (COURT BEAD
Clerk ef the Circuit Court
Tltuavllle Star
In the Tltuavllle Star Advocate, Tit week I* the
for rifl-WUtar Pat- '
wu a w "uavilie' Florida Ttluvllle>. Fb'riia. Brevard County. Florida ill BDI VISION I. Includ..I.PARCEL CURTIS R. BARNES
tics Cstslo(. C..peii laaldeoo4 DONE AND ORDERED In' Tltua DONS and ORDERED la Chamben. BY Beetle Hall 4.B: Lot 24 la 2 Clerk Circuit Court

( for O rr*. ra"' ",. vllle. Hreverl County Florida' title In Tltuevllle Florida. thla 28oUy Deputy Clerk lao, mock 11: L 24 and 2. Brevard County florida
Itb day nf February IW4ClKTIlS "" of Fehruarv. 1M4 fIEA. OF ThIN lUnch II: Lou 2 I. By: H..rtl* Hall
B & K MOTORS K. BARMS!: CURTIS R. BARNES COURT Hlck 1: Lou M to Incmock Deputy leek
Clerk ef Circuit Court Clerk of the Circuit Court Stewart L, Ay.r a; lta. 21 aol Black THOMAS L HENDERSON
(Court 1I<..I!) By H. C. Rua.llDpnty Attorney for Plaintiff. 11: Lt n Block 23: Lou I* Attorney Plaintiff

1012 South Hopkins Phone 267-3694 By .,..rtl.. Wall Clerk PO' OffIce SOns SKIrM aid a Bh.k 2*; Lola 8 and 32 :2 ri? Ratt,1-1-- Ayessss
n.. ,...... f7e'll.| FlnrtUf 1.01. 5. e. 7. ..1 I ,, ( ,:

,, ''ft. .;,. \ .1 '. ', \. r :(\Fl'' V*!. 44. Block 3; Lou M 44 Feh 28: Mar. I.di3 2 Frt.) 19b4.


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