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Title: Star-advocate
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Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
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Creation Date: March 2, 1964
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P9:1 ; HISTORYDixie \

Stand Empty After Fire Damage

Once the pride of Titusville and but both were empty Both hit; to because ot' Ink of! a tat I end tic Ui where he turned nn al
:North; Brevard County, the Dixie beds were hot-|"uit like they dir truck, anti (the iliiik (Mil' ni Decides i\ tn remove\ clothing, or rumps to maintain the supply
Hotel will be nu riorc were on fire-but the only' fire. smoke that blanked the interior furniture ilidnt! come until after und pressurei a result no
Fire, which( struck the hotel we could tee was in the wall" The fire turned. between! toe the fire department arrived drafting! was necessary from
i'arty Saturday rncrnms, plus The two men ran f fM fire extinj.instiir'i building rorf ant the telling: of many cue*!t.* were in the lobby on the river in\ front of the hotel
head water damage: has move : ani I poured PIP contents the thud flour, for' msi lerablc tho urounJ floor at the tune Capt Dan Kieffer, who fought
the 78 >carold structure from the I1n the fin They were time, moving southward across When this iKeliiin was made, th, fire frem Inside the' building
(otiupitd to condemned class as willed by others on both the nee tho building until it reached a fLll'lIIturclothing ant I other personal for considerable time, was
tai a* usefulness is concerned md and third floors, using fiN mull fourth.floor area In the belnglna.'ro. remove'I In partially overcome by smoke
Doomed to bo torn down pot t'\1 1nII hrrs and buckets of center of the build rig, the city polling! lot in front (if HIP he: was given oxygen on tins
Tl .v nbly later this year to make water. Here the fire Icap'cIl1to\ and holt I. Consplclinis were a pin tcene by Smith Ambulance
: ; for modern structure, "\Ve almost I hull machine which showed! Id
way a hall it out, kiiil through the roof I breaking homes Service and: then went home.
the Dixie the ham of Mitchell free Mill la IH "ptayidiff
was Into the iky for the!' first time games But was rushed to Jett ParrithMemorial
bout 70 people, mostly Cape ( ", a cij.an.tle: machine, couch
The fire( ate* up tile north ext Ihisvas about 4:15: I a.m. It was Hospital a short time
e d 1rT Kennedend MILA workers t tl'rior wall of the structure toward in this area Hut the fire was I'S, television set, iteUrcnitn t later after becoming tick He
when fire struck the wood and the west t. mining l fast lots trapped' unit brought\ liner con tromllms: roncentrutd was treated and released at the
platter structure tin attic area in small\ gables trot by about Sam or shinny\ on the nibs und east t hospital.
Guilt in 1886 by D. S. llutchl wane the third floor. after, sides of the budding( Titu-\11I1' Lt. link Steele twisted a knee

son 01 Trenton N J,. and known It was determined that it hat tK'puty sheriffs: Burs Rodin. nits: covered time west, and part us lie worked on the husine a'
then as the Indian Uiver Hotel l nmruU'd along a furnace: heat of tie i east: sides tf the bud ImR 'nj",I of a hose and Fire ('hi. f
the Dixie has witnessed much in, flue between' the first and' 1 bough and Earl hutch urrhul on. A turiet gun", in nntrjtinn fur Jim Brown tangled;: with a tlothtu
the: !seine early and asked if anyone
i i
J history 01 North Urevarcl County. siciind floors ant moMil upwaul the brat 1 tinii (1"ur",1 thousands line along the! north mule\ 'ui Hit
the lioltl
was still In They ,
The fire was discovered alxint sinn then wire no foe' of \gallons of water in a alear'ystream buillini,!, The line caught!: his hi 01""I
wrrr toll that everyone! was out
;(: 40 a m Saturday, when T. ItMiUhcll w,ilN in the old struiturt on the' hlj/e und knocked him to the' mini/ I
I hit twrnt!\ in to cheek forarc
who i ms employed liy Shortly after the men awake Although the fire was con- Reporting to help wen ail! vol
Paul .Idl( ) returned to his third fliMtr room manager, the alarm was Tie two men broke down from telling upward In the policemen and auxiliary P Jlire-
lie smelled/ smoke, chocked! a turned into the Titjjville. Fire floors and: checked each room. north portion of the third floor'! men, who aided in traffic routing
cigarette he had Just put out\ in Department, Officially fie On the Hrd: floor they ran damage from water was heavy rthbound U S. 1 traffic woo
(the ash tray and then discovered alarm was logged .t 3:13: a m., across O.d Syd' Cameron, The many (nalloni poured In the routed away from hoses and r tt wa> more than that about 33 minutes after it was the 8'.yf ar.old patriarch of tho fire soaked the three floors, iilpmint. to Hopkins Avenue,
lie and 0 1C Messor, who, first ducoveradnswermi hotel, who had; lived thor. 16 making plastrr fa rendering which was turned into a two way
works for American Drilfic atM \ the call wt'r" -.i\ 1'1 yeais. Cameron had apparently wall boards molest, etc start for several houriliMtms ,
IL.\ (ollowed the smoke and,I trucks f i'oin the TIIIlvl''h' felt: it was safer in Ht room Strange at (it t may) seem, a ( in the south 'nd of the
kicked 1 down the locked elixir of a D<'pl. and three from the limn bt then started out, long hit lieautiful' new pool I table, locate I Iin structure were neither damagedby
room located in the northwest "nlunl'er1'1'\ Department' way In tho thick moke, The the enclosed front porch of fire or water
corner of( the structure The fire ate into the attic on two men guided him out the liKttl\ !. ovtrUxklnu, the end',I Bill NNtbtr, who Iivl'Illn a roomat
"The smoke was so thick that the north tide whore! firemen: ailur: either nun taut I kiuu'kt' I Ian. River: was nut damaged, the southwest corner on the
we had to fall on the floor and couliln t riaih it. Fed by the on doors! ( to awaken Hi- nl'', 'I' cither by fin or water second floor, knew nothing shout
trawl in the room" Mcsscr! related heart pine" in the walls, beam guests There! was no larK o: water or the fire until someone kirkH
OLD LANDMARK BURNS The once Departments The whole! building is illuminated and rafters, the fin pcaret to About 70 were<< registered hit pit\ 'sum'e. City water iiipcrintenl. down his door and toed'"I him
grand Dixie Hotel Is shown above as flames by light from the fire and the H. went one: "I felt both lio Pl'cttyt'll contained in tho only about( JO wire in the hotel! ant Mack Lane was! on the menu Weber gut: out, leaving! everything
I shoot ->k \Vard before being brought un- many spotlights played on the structureto bed In the room, thinking north end of the ttreicluio-in :a at the time of the fire-many shortly i after (tie alarm, and left hut the clothes he donned, right
der control by Titusville and Mims Fire aid firemen.-(S-A Photo), someone could b. in them, place that firemen just touldn t kuc'its going' home fir the week mediately (for the city well See DIXIE On Page S

I Buy In North Brevard! Sla d."oatt: ; Smile -You're oyae,8g1'; Florida

The Voice of 25,000 Nor'h Brevard County Residents

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tlth Yea) No. 27 5c Per Copy Titusvillo, Florida Monday March 2, 19M(; __ ___!14_ Fanes Today -olisheil Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays

Two Men Killed In Sudden Car- ruck Crasht..

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.; : ... -.r< -- Confusing Read Markings SaId 'I

To Be Probable Accident Cause I

r VVmrcn J Iluchnnan and As lal' Hospital Petrangelo of 333 Os
thony J rilian';elo: bulb' truths Drive died about 4 houri
'lemdint of, Indian Rivn City, later Doth were rushed there by
bciunie( Breva County IJth Smith Ambulance The driverof
Y.I and 14th! 'Iraflli faUitiev of Die truck and his wife, Betty
!Ui4, alien they were killed! In who, was accompanying him.
4 a s a car,b'ack atuiint on U S. 1 wet, both unlnjuied

lit 7 pin lI at rday. The heavy truck carried a
The ucildvit\ cured just bad of pciistmblo! !goods and the
cr south rf Horirla Wonderland" tiailrr was hooked to( another

.tiEl where .the highway: i is under con truck and headed! eoulh
tiuetion, here wire no eye witnesses
: a s.y H'rid', highway Patrol Trnper to (he crash, according l to Con

.- y ___. L ...j .1 .A ii >v1' Tom Cunnt'rII,hI' handled ncr
the lit' :Idint, slid that apparently Traffic: was slowed for sever gl!
Double Lines At Accident Scone Photo
Confusing Gregory(
the two men, will were heud hours, and stopped dead still at I'
rd north In a car, came upon the several times, Southbound trafIk I,
con II1I"'luA area of U S. I Imiomr was: routed: over a portion of
then they realised: und the Mill unpaved, west lane ol
City Building Permits I roiseii into the lift lane of the future four.lane highway:
traffic right into the puth of an Honda Power and Light Co.
oncoming\ trailer truck crew were called to the scene

Truck Hltl Pole Car At Right Crellory; Photo Impoit of the accident oc. and ciected! a new pole, switching -
cured! In the wt>t lane of the t 1.111 lines, It was after midniKlt -

Over $2.5 Million In 64 (.'lams\ road," Conner I old the before power could: be rewired -
Star Ailvucaltt Tabs, indicated to 4 large area south of'

/ the cur was: on the wrung tide the( accident scene
Driver of tht truck, Douglas: Buchanan was born April 25.1.WJ .

Build m': p" i I'mih usucd dm- additions and the remaining six 700 to $20500' E. Lolton of Muckavllle. N C,. In LaPurte, Indiana. Ho
log February totaled $1253023 !for sign permits or for buildings South"1Iomps: Inc, obtained stow< the car swerve Into his lane was employed by Douglas Atr-
ill Till ,v,II-. increasing the t tl> be den'.Ii hcd.Scaeoa..1 permits for 10 homes in lust 1 before the impact, lie craft at Cape. Kennedy coming
total so fir: this year to $3012- Drhipine Court, ranging l from rr swerved the truck hard to the here 12: ycais ago from Illinois.
313 an increase of 100 per cent Construction Co 7.00 to $3.200 I left, !HIP vehicle leaving the Survivou are one son, Kenneth,
over last t year, when the total permits for 11 homes in II. and M Construction Co. obtained road on the east! side and crashing if the Ar Force, lour brothers,
was! $19331.10. I idhn River Heights! ranging pcrmi for eight homesIn through a power poll, knockout HiII, Owen and Allen of La-
Thee wore 106 permits issued, from $13750 to $13350 Don Air, ranging from $10500: e s. t +4 ,w electric power to an area to, I'o\t and Donny of Elgin, Ill!.
C3 fur> IIln'k; family rcsiclcncej, Hunter Park Ho-nes: \ obtained to $11,000, (the tciuth The death car woun'I Iip nuts! ; two sisters, Mrs Luella
trnrnccJ.l. stiu turcs, 20 for per ml for aJiition: amt t.o remaining six PLni: )? Lakes, ranging from $17I ,- for five homes In Brent Rii.hin.iit, :Si. a resident of and Mrs Madge Fisher of
wood from $13200 to $15500 I :! 318 Oilanil.j Road, wat dead! onanlvftl Illinois Funeral services will beheld
Components Inc outlined per at Jell t'dirmrt Memor at 8 p m Tuesday at Smith
Danker V/illiam/ Dial To Speak mils for four homes In Whlsppr funeral Uupl: with Rev ItobertWudfleil

I lug Lakes from $15,000 to $17.' Demo Leaders of t'n: Indian Rivet'
COD. C.t ty Mttnodist Church officiating
AI Committee Of 100 Banquet Cowa-t and Carter obtained\ Interment will be in the

permits for five homes in Gar Meel Tonight airily plot in Door Vdliag
First\ annual dinner of the .ninesi and profenonul people dendale, ranging from $18,450 Cemii.ry! in Dour Village, Incu-
only men and women who to $18000, ana, under the direction It
Comm:tt"9 of 100 of the Greater A meeting' of lltnitxralic.: com
Tttusvill Chamber of Com are actively engaged in a business Park Heights Homes Inc., obtained mittremen and woinin living! In Smith funeral Home(
Front ef Car Diimlergratei Gregory Photo
merce will be held Thursday at enterprise The committee permits for five homesin District: No:: I North' Brevurd) IVtranfirlo. a painter by trade,
W.ispcrlnj Hills Country Club Is composed: of J J. Parrish, Colonial! Heights. ranging will b. held at 7 clink tonight was born in Monroe, Michigan\
Committee president Donn Doyle Frisbee. George Morgan from $14500 to $1J, 00, at the home of Mrs W. I). Biuncr Oct. M, 19J2;;: He came, hire IS
Srurlo said that a number of and Ray Winstead. Largest pt'rmlu"'wer. two for on Pi lin Avenue years ago fiom Monroe and was
Lives In Car
important dignitaries through Principal speaker will be Uil. SUO 000. One was by Broy- Family During DayHere's llri Brunt will meet! with a veteran 01 World War II, Survivors
out the state have been invited Him II (Billy) Dial, president hill Co. for an office building on the area committee represents' oil It hu wile, Marie, of
along with! members of congress, of the First National Bank of South Washington and the fives fur the purpose of discus Indian River Cry; one daughter
lop echebn of NASA the Missile Orlando, who will discuss the other was to Leroy C. Robb Co one 117n! ef the pangs Almost immediately/ the man family, who have been goingto sing th- coming primary cam loIn Carolyn, Warden of Daytona
Test Center. Florida State projections for the east central for the addition to Coquina cf overcrowding In Titusrille get work: with adequate' pay, a motel at night but the paijn: and, the nerin of eindi- Uac-h.; r brother: A>b rt of Mon.
Chamber of Commerce, Florida Florida area. School, end North Brevard as a r.. but the family cannot find a wife and the four children remain data! luncheon being planned' ruo, MkhUuo; fttd three siat '
Committee of 100 and official In add.Uon to hu banking Stackhouse Construction Co suit of the construction goingon house for rent that Is within It tho tar all day until She will mict with South Bre t"rx, Mra /.u_iAiUeDa Paolaof
of major industrial and financial activities, Air. Dial a on the obtained: two permits for office in fro MILA aroat their bracket tho hutbind comes homo from yard lommitteemen: and women 'Irel1 ,n. Michigan, Mrs. An-
concerns throughout the state Board of Directors of the At. buildings, one for $102000 and work, 11,morrow and wilt set up a later below M, niia aajnlkira. : Ldi: Kun-
A family of six men, Col. W. H. Bothoff executive
Because of the number of !antic Coast Line Railroad, the the other for $43,000, meeting with those in Central crl'tf! :\t mr 't. Funeral arrangement
wile and four small children, director of the Titusville If you know of a house with
people expected the committeeon Florida Gas Co.. and the Jack Ry, Ramsey obtained a per'and l7n'vard., staler ducceion of Smith
the oldest one six, hu..prl..d Cooperative Charites, tried oil reasonable rent please contact
arrangements' has found it 10n\II.,'l Branch of the Federal for $33.000 for the addition tint li,. the II rteof I lunch Funeral Hime will be announced
her. from Georgia. Friday to find a home for this Cal. Bothoff.
raecesary to limit the affair to !ee BANKER On Page I ot rut hai.un.ii Lank. area: ,_ 0'' then< : ju MAIL:!: 9, butt .

I 2 Tlrusvlllt (Florid) Star Advocate' Monday' March 2, 1964 Marriage CounselorTo

Executive Address board JWC members of Q ''round fawn

the Titusville Junior Woman's I

Club met at the home of Mrs

ft1l Netoe A d Notuo William Clark recently to plan ,hen, 217-34 walk Barbara carldon
/ North
Brevard the March 3rd meeting to be held

at the Woman's Club building at

8 p.m Guest speaker for the eve as well at many favorite talent "writing letters" ever since she

ning will be Dr. R. L. Dicks, marriage show personalities, combinedwith first began to scribble, and even

counselor. Entrants for the the aparkling personality of mailed them with TV stamps,

sewing contest will also model I 1 M.C. Brian Kilgallen, provided Green stamps or any' paper that

their clothes. nearly three hours of delightful would stick to the envelope. They

Dr. Dicks is director of the entertainment. were usually to Santa Claus or

I FDE Director Of Research Central Florida Counseling Center ..tiaa.ws Although amateurs, the performers Elvis Presley.

in Orlando. He will speak on went through their acts Now it seems, since she has

Addresses AAUW "Making: Marriage Work. lie is with the air of professionals and learned to print real words on
received such ovation
Workshop many an
qualified as a counselor, editor her own, she took It upon herselfto
teacher, lecturer, and author.Dr. Friday they had to prepare ad-
write to President
Dr J. Mitchell Wade, director a talk entitled "Developing a : JI Dicks has published fifteen ditional material for an encore We're not too sure what the( letter
cf research of the Florida Saturday.' The 26 different acts
Study in Depth" by Dr. Lalia books on subjecta relating to said, but the reply was:
State Department of Education, ., d4 marriage and home life. The doctor ranged from a variety of dance
Boon first vlce-president of ,1 rJi
WIT. guest speaker at the AAUW ) has traveled abroad as a consultant routines, pantomime and ven- "Dear Young Friend: President

Ata F. Workshop Saturday, the Florida Division. Conversation i1e for the Military and is a \ : triloquism to singers, instrumentalists Johnson asked me to thank you

February 29. groups pertaining to ,. i member of the American AssocIation and comedy routines. for your nice letter. Your thought

The workshop, conducted branch programming concluded of Marriage Counselors. It was a "really big show", end ful expressions mean a great dealto

by the Melbourne-Eau Gallic too morning session. Mrs. i The county sewing contest will wN ] a good one. One that will be hardto him, and he will cherish your

Brunch of AAUW, was attendedby Wherry attended, a group on he held March 11. Entrants for heat In years to com friendliness and prayers in the

four members of the Titus legislation, while Mrs. Bates, the Titusville Junior Club will be Norm Lark days ahead." signed, "Sincerely,

ville Branch: Mrs. Charles Mrs. Clark and Mrs Jetton met judged at the March 3 meeting. Mark and Sandy Goodkihd and( Juanita D. Roberts, personal sec

Dates! second vlce-president; with Mrs Bruce Bashford, ; Judges for the contest will be Mrs. Jack (Non a) Larks of their lovely children moved over retary to the President P.S. The

Mrs. William Clark, corresponding State Implementation chairman Mrs. Helen Stone of the Indian 122 Thornton Ave was crowned the weekend from 1900 Vaughn President enjoyed seeing your

secretary; Mrs. Thomas Jet. for the topic "Bridging the Gap j River City Club, Mrs. Pat Gibson, Mrs. Brevard from a field often St. Into their beautiful new homeat picture." (Wonder which one she

ton, president; and Mrs. Curtis between Science and the Lay and Mrs. Hilda Cowart. Mrs. Ed contestants Saturday night 2742 South Circle Drive In sent?)
Wherry legislatve chairman. Wright and Mrs. Ron Halcombe following the final judging of Forest Hills Sandy Is just bub--
man. bling over with pride In her new I recently misplaced a new
Other branches representedwere Following buffet lunch Dr. of the Fine Arts Department are the two-day event at the Cape
a heading this project. Inn at Cocoa Beach. house, and will, no doubt, have a book of postage stamps and this
Cocoa Beach, Daytona Wade spoke on "A Picture of CONDUCT RITUAL Mrs. Goldie Dean, at right, presi- Plans will be discussed for the Colony Mrs Larks will travel to Minim delightful time this week arranging letter, evidently, takes care of

Beach, DeLand, and New Smy Public School Education in dent of Eta Eta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, con- County Federation meeting to be everything just so. one which leaves Just 19 stampsto
March 13 and 14 to
on com
rna Bench. Florida". Discussing the pro. ducts a Ritual of Affirmation for Mrs. Jo Robinson, left be accounted for. Needless to
on March 18 and the 'Day inCourt'
Theorkshop, held at the blem of( ( school drop-outs, he and Mrs. Bertha Swaine. The two women are one year to'be held on March 19. pete for the title of Mrs. Florida Mrs. William (Joyce) Eaach say, we are a little leery and apprehensive
who will then be contestant
Trade Winds Hotel in Indialan- stated that money and a dislikefor pledges and the first in this area to receive this new rit- A nominating committee will a was guest of honor at a surprise about going to the

tic. used "Programming in the school are the two primary ual, reaffirming their vows in the sorority.CarlsonPhoto ( be chosen at this meeting. New in the annual Mrs. America stork shower recently at the mailbox. The next "surprise"
context( t, April 2-12 at tile Soreno
Wake of the New Structure" as\ reasons for students not completing ). officers for the coming year will home of Mrs. H. T (Shirley) letter may be an autographed pic.ture
Hotel In St.
its theme. The purpose of their high school educa a be elected in April and Installedat Petersburg Walker on Golfvlew Drive. Co- of Elvis

such a workshop is to explore in Bops "Improving reading instruction the May meeting. Friday afternoon's Judging hostess was Mrs. John Toumey.

depth a subject of interest to in the early grades i Hostesses for the March meeting event found each contestant setting Shirley created a stunning center
Mrs. William Crow of 295 Key
branches of the area. Mrs. Otto will do a great deal toward re will be Mrs. AI Jordan Mrs. a table for two or four piece for the occasslon, a

Sorel, president of the Melbourne ducing the number of drop. Jim Hertzel, Mrs. Virgil Miller, people. Mrs. Larks used :a "glowing" umbrella, by decorating Madeira Drive was appointed

.Eau Gallie branch was outs," said Dr Wade, "as will Mrs. Charles Massey, Mrs. John dark green cloth, write china, a blue umbrella with white temporary chairman of a possible

chairman of the workshop and stepping up the remedial rend ; Weitz, Mrs. E. Breasseale, and silver and crystal trimmed with crepe paper, blue and pink flowers North Brevard Provisional Lea

was assisted by Mrs. Charles Ing procram";: Dr. Wade pointed Mrs. Ron Halcombe. green. Her centerpiece consistedof and then illuminating it (or gue of Women Voters.at a meeting
Friday morning In the WOomans'
Pear. out that placing dropouts in vocational flower tapers (long slender the special effect.
Club building. On hand ro
First on the program was a schools is not a satis Reception To Honor candles) placed in a fan shape Guests attending were Mrs. B.
the L.W.V. Will-
explain was Mrs.
message! by Mrs. R. E. Barthe- factory solution to the problem. amidst a cluster of fresh light V. Martin Mrs. G. B. Daniel,

lemy, president of the Florida He also discussed the trl-mester The John RaleysThe and deep pink carnations. Mrs. Emily Merriman, Mrs. Alex lam chairman Halstead from, state Miami organization and Mrs.

Piv'sion of AAUW, followed by plan and double sessions Y' M Couples Class of First On Saturday, each contestantwas Nartowicz singer. and Mrs. W. Q. Wes- R. B. Hutchins, state national

r41 Methodist Church will honor escorted on stage by her items chairman from Cocoa

Sunday School Supt. John Ral- husband. Then, after having Beach.
World War 1 Veterans of the
GOP State CommitteewomanCites ey his wife, and three sons witha walked the length of the run. United States, Titusville barracksNo.
way and back, they were Interviewed
evening at
reception: Tuesday
I 1196 and the Auxiliary will !More\ than 75 women and high
7:00: p.m. in Hennessey Hall. by the master of ceremonies -
meet Wednesday following a cov school girls attended the Day of
and the
Registration Need The Raley's moved to Titus judges. ered dish dinner at 1:30: p.m.
Recollection afternoon at
ville three years ago and are At prizes for winning the title, Commander Lou Pepper will pre. Sunday
St. Teresa's Catholic Church.
Mrs. James Armistead of economy that Is common to the now planning to return to their Mrs. Larks won a trip to Nas- side at the barracks meeting and
The annual event conductedby
Rockledge, GOP State Committeewoman rest of our nation. A few years former home in St. Louis. sau, $151)() worth of merchandisefrom Mrs. Johanna Trumbull at the
Father Michael B. Lawlor,
of Brevard County, ago, the Republicans here in Raley has been Sunday School Delk-Llndsey, a steam auxiliary meeting President of Bishop Barry Cen-

told the North Brevard Women's Brevard County were outnumbered } t ta' Supt. for the past two years. iron and a gold bracelet. Dueto tral Catholic High School in St.

Republican Club on Wednesday: by a factor of 8 to 1. Now the Mrs. Jack Hurst, general a delay In shipping, Mrs. Phi Beta Mu Chapter of- Beta Petersburg, and was sponsored;$!

The time has come for all voters ratio Is down to 3.2 to 1, and fall chairman of the reception, extends Larks has not yet received her Sigma Phi Sorority will meet tonight by the Catholic Woman's Club '

.. who vote Republican and Leg," she said. a cordial invitation to official crown. at 8:00: p.m. at 208 Thorn
think Republican to become"feg-" -> -w, ton'A. Mrs. Nola Peele l will .
is 'to members of the church and President of, and sponsoredby -- -- -
"Competition essential
istered Republicans." friends of the Raley family, the Titusville Junior Wo- present a program on cosmeticsfor
r'e .
good business practice, and justas all pledges. Epllon Delta Chaptef of Epsl .
Brevard County has 11,450 necessary to maintain a good 3 man's Club, Mrs. Larks is the Ion Sigma Alpha Sorority recently -

voters who are registered Republicans balance In our government-by- Sew So Club Meets mother of two childern, Turn, Unexpected letters are Always save a check to the North t

and probably the the-peoplel I The last few 5H and Keven, 3. Bivvard' Rehabilitation Center!
electionsIn FLAGS DEDICATED Two With Mrs. Stroud a surprise, but one stamped "The .
new flags were dedicated
same number who vote Republican the
our county and state have White House" was not only.a sur- in Tltu vll1e. This was pro-
but are registered( in other demonstrated that most Flor during a recent meeting 'of American Legion Aux., Unit .. Mrs. Fred Stroud was hostess The Gala Hidden Talent Showat prise but a shock around our coeds from the dessert-card party i
No. 1 General D. M. White and Mrs.
parties, she pointed out. Idlans! desire a two-party balanceIn by Margaret Sords, ''at the February covered dish the I.R.C. Civic Center over house last Friday. At least to all held at Citizens Bank, Feb- V1

"This is an exciting year to government.: Brevard needs a the Legion Auxiliary's' state historian. From left are \ luncheon of the Sew So Club. the weekend proved to be a tremendous but one member of the householdthat ruary 3. The chapter wishes, '
become a Republican. After a General White, who dedicated the American flag; Miss "
bit more equalization to balance One guest, Mrs. Roy Ramsey, show. Outstanding per. is.My tot thank everyone" contributing
century of one-party enslavement her political scales. You can do Pamela Greco, Miss Gail Powell and Mrs. Sords, who and the following members attended formances by several newcomers daughter Elane has been to make this project a success. ,
the South la accepting the share dedicated the Unit colors.-Carlson( Photo).
your by going to court.
: Mrs. L. C. Crofton, Mrs.
two party system of political house In
your city and register
Douglas Barnhart, Mrs. R. Nel
ing. The books close on April 4th Mrs. John C. Flake Mrs.
New Unit Colors DedicatedIn son, ,
Pythian Sisters for the May 5th primary. The W. D. Wilson, Mrs. M. B.

lr) Regular MeetThe time to register Republican Is Smith, Mrs. A. O. Clark, Mrs.J. \
now! The time to vote
Impressive CeremoniesThe E. Koon, Mrs. En. M. Parker
regular meeting of the Is May 5th, she emphasized.The and Mrs. W. E. Ziegler.
meeting was held at the
1'ythian Sisters held The March luncheon will !lie at %
was T
home of Mrs. W. M. Burr, 1800 new colors of Titusville canism, she continued, definingit
Castle Hall Tuesday evening, Diane Drive. Unit No. I, American Legion as unity of love, singleness of the home of Mrs. Leah Conley,

Feb. Auxiliary, were dedicated in impressive allegiance, practicality of March llth nt 1:00: p.m. S
23, at 3:00: o'clock, with Mrs. Armlstead also spoke on purpose .

Mrs. Douglas Futch, most excel the MORE (mobilization of Republican ceremonies Monday care of I the distressed, the glnally planned for showing at t'rtt2LE
night at the Legion Hall education of the children, all
lent chief, presiding. enterprise) school of instruction Monday's meeting, but is so in
held In Orlando recent. The United States Flag was directed to the promotion of demand that tile April date was

Reports were read by various ly. Ray Humphries has been sent dedicated by General D. M. a common good the earliest It could be obtained.

officers and committees. Cards from Washington to conduct the White, who told of how millions The colors were advanced The public will be welcome to r

were Kent to the sick by the schools throughout the southeast. hod fought for it, and millions and retired! by two junior members see the film also. w

sunshine chairman, Mrs. Robert The biannual convention of the hod died for it, the best loved of the unit, Pam Greco and Many guests of both the unit
Nevins Mrs. Juanita Thomas, Florida Federation of Republican flag in tho world.
Gail Powell, nattiliy attired in and the post were present and
chairman of ways and means Women will be held at the Poncede At the end of his inspiring white dresses and wearing the introduced and all remained for

committee, announced a rummage Leon Hotel In St. Augustine on dedication address, General Auxiliary beret. The two young refreshments of cookies and -
sale will be held !in March. April 17th and 18th. The hotel has
White paid the members of the color bearers presented the post coffee.
given special rates from !
Plans were made to attend April. Titusville Unit a compliment for colors ot the opening of the meet- There was no business
16th through the 19th so the delegates
church March 4th In observanceof their hard work, then picked up ing, then presented the new transacted as this was the annual Ya
may enjoy sightseeing
the birthday anniversary of Mrs Glen Richmond asked that hU cane from the table, drew a colors later for the dedication Americanism meeting. An-
the founder of the Pythlan Sis sword from it and saluted the other Americanism
members write to their Congressmen cerem.n1es. Pam is the elected meeting, t
ter. Joseph Addison Hill on lilt 1194 which deals unit. chairman, Gail the elected vice- .also open to the public, will be

A report was made by those with the Pickering Treaty of Nov Mrs Margaret Sords of Vero chairman for the newly organized I,,held on April 8th, when Tolls

attending the Order of Knightsof ember 11, 1794, with the Seneca Beach, histoilsn of the Auxiliary, junior group of the unit. will show the film "The Ultl-

Pythias in Leesburg. Attending Indian of New York State who Department of Florida, explained A citation was presented to( mate weapon." SECRETARIES LEARN BUSINESS regular meeting last week. From left are

were Past Grand Chief are being forced off their reservation the meaning of the Auxiliary Arthur Tolis fur his work In Mrs. W. H. Barnard, unit CALLING Members of Titusville's Tony Lombardo, staff communications

Mrs. Pauline Pritchard! Grand by flood waters from a Emblem in her dedication ad- teaching the dangers of Communism Americanism chairman, presided chapter of the National Secretary Association consultant, Mrs. Martha Russell, Dan Sli-

Protector Mrs. Beatrice Nichol. new dam being built in northern dren of the unit banner. Each both in Titusville High at the program, and Mrs. Arthur International, learned numerous man; sales manager, Mrs. Freida Carter

son; District Deputy Grand Pennsylvania. part of the emblem on the banner School and to the public. Gaudet, president, opened and helpful hints on "business calling" from and, sitting, Mrs. Nancy Junter.Carlsontwo (

of has a meaning, she said. The closed the meeting. representatives of the Cocoa branch Photo).
Chief III, Mrs. Besides Mrs, Armistead, the Colored slides of Russia with
rays of the sun that form the The next meeting of the unit of Southern Bell Telephone Co. at their
Myrtle Thompson and Most Excellent club had a guest Mrs. J. B. Lcut- sound, were< shown by Tolis following -
Junior !Mrs.\ Jaunita wyler. background stand for the princi the presentation of the will be on March 9, when plans
ples of the Legion Auxiliary for the Legion Birthday Partyon
Thomas. Principal speaker The club Is
giving a donation to citation and the dedication of the
was Dr. Archie Past the Heart Fund in for loyalty, justice, freedom and March 17th will be made.
Jackson a memory of unit's new colors. The film '"Ten
Supreme Chancellor of Missouri. Msr. Lillian Edgerton club historian democracy, dispelling the dark Days that Shook the World';: Thank You !
ness of violence, strife and evil.
who pasted away recent. that had been planned, was not
Highlights started at I 1:00 p.m. The star of blue is the emblemof EXPERT
seen because no projector was
Saturday and lasted throughoutthe ly.The meeting of March\ 25 will service In war; it is no less the available. The film will, be WATCH for your tremendous) response io our special
evening with entertainment emblem of service in time of ', ti
be at the home
of Mrs.
Hulg shown at the Legion Hall soon, offer last Thursday. We regret that beciuM
followed by a banquet deDcugd 2909 Gardenia peace. REPAIRSAll
Street.r" .
-- The emblem is that of Ameri- however, and the public will be of the big crowd, many of you were delayed

$*$StKWVWvm notified! of the date through this In being ....v.d.

newspaper. The film is a documentary -

: Cannon's LADIES revolution The film of"The 1917.Ultimate Weap- Witches Timed Electronically
Bakery Adjust*!.
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March 7, 1964 Tlluivlll (Florida) Stir Advocate """- lIa. 3 omtc luggage( as a gift from the thli Clrk"hop are asked to bring of Key West t and of the Ever- 'I' n-f'nd's talk what the Home NOTICE .

--- --- ladie Den and Opal nnd =a sharp knife; container In whichto glades; with thdr beautiful flowers fission Board doc And how trn.

Indian River their family are planning to mix pl.1ter'Intgar; ; hairpins! and blids. Last of all she portant it is. I hereby give notice that \ win. ,,
City South Titusvillc HappeningsShow debts In- -
not he
responsible for
move to Batesville, Arkansas in or wire: net measuring cup; showed slides of her home. Those present at this meeting

the very near future. dry measuring cup: long handled Refreshments were served by were: Mrs Myrtle Townsend, the dirrrd by pfons other thaQ
Those attending the party wooden spoon, spatula and tho hosts of the evening, Mr. !speaker; Mrs Marilyn Greenhalah myself
Produces Talent GaloreThe were: Opal Pannell, Grace Merrill. sturdy boards on which to set and Mrs. Guy, who will be Mrs Carolyn Stokes Gad: McCready C
Feb 2-1, Mar. 2.6 (Mon) 1964 :
!. Ruby Nciman Sarah Tm the moulded articles so that they leaving for their home in Verona : Mrs, Inez Kill. Mrs. Ida Baldwin -- -- .
dad, Mary Chisholm Betty can be transported home after Canada shortly, Mrs. Belva
10th Annual Hidden Taint A comedy jazz was renderedby Johnson, Ann Edwards, Sylvia completion) Mrs. 1 1'. H Wallace,srtfager'l

Show In Indian River City Patti Brown, Pat Ambrose, Thointon, Lorairnne Dean, Billie I Luncheon will be served( at a W. M. U. News Townsend Mrs Polly Arm. : Dr. Robert B. HogucOptometrist

was held list Friday evening in Pat McClure and Marianne Cow Sue SharUer Edith Hatch, nominal fe >, For further in- The Women's Missionary strong, Mil Betty" Christian, Mrs. "

Up t f Civi Center with a good an. These! young ladies were in Frances Edwards, Marie Morns formation call Mrs, Pat Can- Union of Central Daptist Church June Jones Mrs Eunice Thom

itt"ndan-o and talent galore costume! and their makeup was and Marilyn Avery, zino, 2673671 will observe I the week of prayer: aa. Mrs lassie Locus, Mrs. Announces the new
General manager of this show comical, Laot on the programwas
for Home Missions from March Arlene Kirkland nnd W. E. I.w11 I cation: of his! officePIRTLE
was Mrs Clare Simms, Master Clare Simms in a song "My Visiting Missionary Tourist And Social Club 1st to the hth An invitation is .
I f Ceremonies was Brian KilKallen Task Given an encore, she Tho h:
Bro. Charles Mask missionaryin Indian River City Tourist! made to everyone in this area to -
of Titusville, pianistwas came bark on the stage and West! Palm Beach visited and Social Club held its regular attend Prayer Meetings in the Matt.Mr PLAZA

Mrs: NoU Peele; ticket t rendered "still of the Night" with the First Missionary Baptist meeting last Wednesday even following homes: From Tltimille, FI,.
chairman' was Gary Barlett, art ing at the Civic with and Mr Stanley Svec.
; Center Mrs.
Church in this city last Wednesday On March 2nd at 9:30: a m., Office Hears Phone
work and decorations were done IRC Personals evening. Bro. Mask Paul Mann In the chair The Mrs. Mary Me\llister PolamAvenue. from Vril'jiiiham. Miss arc 9:00-6:00: : AM 7.If 15

by Mrs Jill Flmk and Roy Talbot 'a4..r Mr. and Mrs, L, B Newmanand told of hH mission work in West numbers were glad to welcome ; Mis\ Uolva Swtrifafjer! ,, Ste I I.R.C. NEWS On Page 6

; advertising chairman was { Mrs Bertha Stringer, visited Palm Beach, after which: he; as Rousts Air ,and Mrs. Thomas 120 :Moon Road; Mrs Ova Town -- --- .

O G. Exline; and Ray Strakbcln the Newman's son and family, preached on "I am not Ashamedof Smith, farmer members, who' sen, 230 Coleridge A\e On I

who manipulated and Mr. and Mrs, Robert Newman. In the Goipcl of Christ. He are spending the winter at Match 5th at 9:30: a.m.. Mrs COVER BREVARD LIKE A BLANKET

controlled the sound system and Jacksonville over the week end. retained to West Palm Beach Naples They used( to live across June Jones, 541 Vanguard Ave.; Hare your own office address, phone number and

music the following day after stayingthe Mu'nolia Avenue In front of the Mr. Marilyn Grci'nhalgh. 250 : secretary: to take your calls for only $5 per week

Twenty five separate acts, or Mr and Mrs, William Crrsenza night at the home of the local Civic! Center here, Mrs EVA Coleridge Ave. ; Mr!!. Mta Melbourne, Cocoa or Tltusvllle,

numbers were placed before a from Cape May Village, N.J., pastor, Elder Howard Thornton. burr. was also a most welcome Forks, 2I33) Key Inigo\ On

responsive public. Except fora who have been visiting with liar guest Match: Oih, Friday morning atl: @H4

ventriloquist act by Ed Min old and Betty Whitaker of 205 In. Visit To Velutia School Mitholjs Gentile, a member 9:30: ) "i,m, Mm Maxine Coleman Qlp"e--
River Avenue for
dian ,
yard; e song by Mrs. Gladys ,, some Mrs, Glenda Hall and Mrs. who hal been quite ill was repute :J2I!: Taylor Street; Mrs 'I
1xeJ time, left last Thursday to re Coco &
holder; a song by Mrs. Clare turn home( Then, last Friday Muriel Chrcist of Coquina Elementary J to lie) much Improved Sue Crpddock, 310 Bryan Ave I Titusville Coca

Simms. and two acts by the some more old friends from the School spent all day lhmbrrlore very sorry to Area Beach
Twill.A.Ways club mcmbeis. the Thursday visiting at the Boston hear that Walter Allison has Apog.e" Book Taught 747.5530 *3 -7031
arrived at the Whitaker
I remaining 22 numbers were all Avenue School In DeLand, A suffered a heart attack He and
residence, Mr and( Mrs\ William lust Tuoslav evening a> Cen-
by juveniles, ranging in ages Eckhardt, who had been vacation specialized reading program, Misllison arc also former trnl Baptist Church, the Home I -
w/ilcli is used tt our school, has members and are wintering at
from 7 to 13 w.
ing in MiamI. They are on their Missions. Book Apogee was
The first number on the program ? way to Cape May Court !House, been in effect at the Voluaia Trailer Liven Park m Mil taught by Mrs. Myrtle Townsendto I COCOA DIRECTORYPlanet --I
School for ten The bout ne.Plans.
: ; over year
: was an acrobatic dance by s N J., whore they live. the women of the 1Vmnen'aMisslonary
r day was spent in observing and lire being made for an
Paula Beth Holmes, aged 7: Union. The meet.
Ronald Conrath followed with Mrs L. F. Bobo! of Pine Street, evaluating ths results of this> Oyster! )Hake at Jones Fish InK was opened with the singingof Organs Collar Accessories

a clarinet solo, Connie Golds returned home last Thursday program Camp In the very near future the song \Ve\e n story to

burg followed( with a song 'Tonight from Fort Payne Alabama Final 1 arrangements! will be tell to the Nption Thereafter S HI.FI' rQ-A trwrrfclm Gibson
1 Talk On Seminoles made 1 the BElll-rtlSHfflElfS Cult.r
nt next meeting St.r
; Diane Kollpsch and where she stayed for( two weeks! u prayer was given *
Becky Goldsburg: performedjazz with her daughter and family, Two social study classes of Mrs Mann showed moving pictures Miss Annie Armstrong started Record/ "V Si'SSr SICSHO.SUrtr Sand
tap dancing; pantomime Mr. and( Mrs Earl Warren and Miss' Ann Rasa; of Coquina Elementary of the First Tourist Club the Homo! Mission Board and it Players M. Instruments

pcrfoimsnce of the Trolley Paula Beth Holmes, daughter of Susan, aged 7, While in Alabamashe School heard Frank in lln area and its many act!- named alter( her The teem ,I Evprt Repair en All BanJ. Instruments
Phone SU 3 77J1' Cocoa Such
Song" ; Rebecca Coleman twirled Mr, and Mrs P. P. Holmes, 602 spent a weekend with her Kirk of Florida Wonderland givea "ties She also showed slides bus present learned from Mrsivery SS S. AlUntle -

MCI baton to the music of 'The Thor Avnue. ton( and family, Mr. and Mrs. talk this week, on the Sem I -
mole Indians! He exhibited AUTO SALES & SERVICE
Ycllov Rose of Texas", Kathy Robert Alverson. and their child.
Cruke and Teresa Check then ren, Robert, aged IT and Sharon, many kinds of articles made and NOVA TRAILER SALES
fabricated by the Seminoles and HUNTER 21 Different Floor Plans)
came en with an acrobatic per 15 in Huntsville Ala
&t question time at the conclusion To Choose KrommoHKiAsn '
formance; Lynn Earnest and MERCURY, INC.
his talk he answered { PACKWOOD
of ,
Jimmie Ray Strakbein ballet, Mrs. Clyde Gilliatn of 112 Tus- Lincoln Continental Lincoln Kl: .(' ,INA.NOMfTTK: TITAN -
dnnced to the music of The carora Road has just returned( many questions( Soles Puts Service IMM'MONT:
C. where I:.., Trrnii. .',.* |li>ll>'*'If' K.l I'p
Merry Widow Waltz'The from Elon College N.
Used Car I Ml. !N,, .f (unit 1. H. v.. ITrl.
she visited for three weeks wltn Bicycle Safety League or (.iHimtllBICYCLES .
next number
was 43* 2312
Cece '
1445 W. King -
terlstic when Eunice Hepner her daughter and son.in.law, Mr. The Bicycle Safety League of

in a contralto voice, sang a folk KMrs. and Mrs, Tommy Barrett and Coquina Elementary School was ) AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION t

song( "Crawdad"; Sandy Swank their children Tony 7, and Cindy oigunized by Stage III student PURE AUTOMATIC "-
3. last Tuesday This League embraced
and I'aimli Gass followed witha '
membership by almostall TRANSMISSION CO. ,,
rendition of "Moon River" as
Rev and Mrs C. F. E"itzel! of the students of the school who COMPLETE AUTOMATIC "" '
an accorclun duet: Chris Compo \ Sumter, S.C. are visiting in the use cycles coming to and from I TRANSMISSION SERVICE

ton and Lyric Price did" a tap ......'.... home of !Mrs\ Beitzel's brother, School every day. If a memo On FINANCING All Makes
dance to the music of 'I I wanna lit' ... C I. Stearns, and his wife her of the League has been reported All Work Guaranteed! HONDA MOTORCYCLES

w i of 225 Delespine Avenue, Rev. by the School Patrol 229 Forest Ave? COCla, eJ4-44 HAM'S CYCLE CENTERS
> F
and Mrs Beitzel have been Bap. three times for violation of sc oT"iiisNO MONEY DOWN.- J yrt. te pay

i J tist Missionaries in Africa (for 3K bicycle safety rules, hit member -- __ too" Ml 1Kb K..ni..I. (I 10.:...0.. 0.-", .

".J. > ,. years. Mr*. Beitzel spoke to the ship will be revoked. Some qf Lambreth See.t MAGNOLIA. PLAZA TtTUSVILLIMIM / ,
q .
Pin Mcrvlc >cc Morl<
Titusville Sophomore High School the future plans of the League 0 Schwinn Bicycles "feast l Tw Wfii l'r s.;. lUmBQMl"MUSTCAL
Clara Simm., the show'sgtneral Class last Monday on customs members are a Bicycle Safety New end Used

manager. diseases and religions of the Program In Stage I and 11; tite I Is MtlsfUd when It cems te selecting your MW T.Vat Sales and Service Makes INSTRUMENTS- --
W people of Africa. Mrs Beitzcl's Bicycle Skill Contest and :a Decorated STIRiO ITORE. Whether It's color er black and white you're Repairs on
t ,
Dance, Dance"; Pam DeDeug great'niece, Denelda Sue Scott, ( Bike Contest looking for, we hve It at Wyatt'. Enterprises, Inc Guitars. Drums Banjo EtcOlbiert -
) followed with a rendition on the School Fenders; Gffich, Martin,
accordian of "Alley Cat." Intermission is a member of this class _Nest_ te Cecoe__ High jil2-MM I Slingerland Rears, Kay.
H. D. WorkshopThe CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Mammoth Stock of Sheet Mu U
of 15 minutes was
called at this time Revival Indian River City Home I STEREO TORE COULD MUSIC CO.

ii t Following this Jimmie Ray The First Missionary Baptist! Demonstration Club will sponsor HtriCOMrOMENTft CANAVERAL EQUIPMENT 109 King St., Cecea, .34-tUJ
Church announces a Revival a Platter Moulding Workshop I & SUPPLY Inc.RentalsSalesService.
Strakbcin did a tap dance to -
commencing on April 8, and con next Wednesday! March 4th at I 4C I SALES-SEW/CE OFFICE SUPPLIES
the music of "HoneysuckleRose' [ .
; Paula Bamforth and tinuing nightly: through April 9'30) a.m. at the Civic Center. 1 .FHONl M>'iS2PMTiE HM* TITUSVIltt UL taotarr nsr.icK
15th Bro, James L. Carpenter, Those wishing! to take part in I SciHeldlngl a'iHirxr to.I .
Linda Beach followed with a ----- Merritt Island, Ph tit 2093 << .... ".I.U'
comedy jazz dance; Stanley Sol pastor of Grace Missionary! Baptist Tlm..MI. '117- 401.

eko, aged 12, then came on with Church in Miami, will be the I ELECTRONIC___ --__TRAINING. ___ Wo bare a .el..maa. In Tlluavlll ,
his accord Ian and gave a rendi preacher IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS thru day. each ....11 t.. help you withIn

tion of "Battle Hymn of the Re. Electronic Technology ofiifhi D. lfi.j Lhalrii, HUpllnv' 'l )Piling M HuppllM... hln.., Mlm ales-l

public" Suprit Farewell Party \ the fnlluolni fear.. .. .r.aw: CiUncl. Typwrli, Al lln. Mtcli-
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I Stanley Cindy aged 12, rendered A !surprise "golng-away" partywas BASIC ELECTRONICS -- -
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piano; Pat McClure followedwith nell, lust Tuesday night by the COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY --

a tf' .dance; Lynne Lanier; Ladies Auxiliary of the First ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY Joe E. Moore, Inc.

Helen Roberts and Kathy Lun- Missionary Baptist Church, at ELECTRONIC
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'Washington Squai'e", Kathy Abbott Avenue ((6 lull In I'."."" or ph.n. .:M aloe fm
Lundy aged 13 followed witha Games of questions about the P ilH>lli.4 Inrormmlnii. Real Estate Service

toe ditce The second.youngest Bible were played. Refreshments FLORIDA INSTITUTE ELECTRONIC INC. 114. Harrison Cocoa 36-6913

Rebecca Coleman, daughter of pet-formei Debbie Magers, of coffee, punch, and TECHNICAL "

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4 Titusvllle(Florida) Stir.Advocate Monday,,March 2. 1)64I Airman Starrick AtGreenvilleMiss. .,- .
Florida Technical
lLdeli 1r-"SAo-&AM u4 /lCl11
Mims Area Happenings
I Class Registration To Begin Airman Lee R. Starrick, son :
of Mr. and Mri Earl D Star D

Minis PTA Will MeetBy Registration for night clause, ulle, Orlando Miami and Houston lick of 126 Smokey Lane Titus
villc, Is reassigned to
in data processing starts today Texas as well as Cape Can bring
Greenville AFB, Miss. for tech
ut H'jrlda Technical College! at avcral
Mrs. Gladys MeLendon yer, District President presided Mrs W&krman and Mrs. Chaseare nical training as a United States
their new location, 7404 N. Atlantic -
AM 7.1248 Guest speaker was Dr. BeUa sister' I in-lawsiMr Ave., Cape Canaveral. The creation of FTC system of Air Forte fire protection special

Mm! PTA Meeting Cleveland] a Medical Missionary Classes will begin at 8:00: p.m., rdccatmn' came as a result of 1st COUPON TUE5. & WED. SPECIALS
at Cowen Memorial Hospital] at and Mrs. r.obert Head: Thursday, March 5th Training growing demand by industry for
Tonight at 7:30 the Mims KoUr India. This was an .all- and Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Thrcl- Mill Include operation, wiring: Indents wso were taught application xss w et
PTA will meet in the School day meeting and election of Officers keld of Kankakec J : : III., all former and Computer Programming, as well as theory, of COUPON .
CaMorium There will be a ( for the coning year ; machines, of I
resident of this area, werohere : Kelly Aide director, taut. college e
short but important business Those enjoying the meeting last week visiting relatives s| finals said Charcoal I Hardwood
session, which The college will open daily 3 Briquets |
will include appomtrrent from E: e Mimi Methodist
and friends Mims.
In Titusville In
of the nominating Church ....were Rev. Lloyd Mullis, at 8 a.rn. for students wishing to The first school under the lig: 10 pound beg
committee for next year's slate M'R. Leonard Gaetano Mrs. L. register: for training( as IBM keypunch guidance of Leonard Doctors Li bklyhardweed C 1
of officers For)wlnz the L. Cantrell, Mrs. Charles Tam- Mrs. Wayne Krrshner and son operator! Burroughs' en- started In Jacksonville more fanuine brlquett 44
business :sion there Is to bea mlje, Mrs. R. J. Brough and Mark visited< last week in urat'c: bookkeeping maehins. than (five years ago. Today the They burn woe.llmd '
talent shov, under the supervision r..n. Roland Webb. Naples' with her husbands'paren's operators, wiring technician&andComputer combined: : enrollment of the colleges .
of Miss Marilyn White, Mr. and Mrs N. II. HerMr : progiammcra! : totals more than 2,800 and t I im .0.0" Ih.u 1N.4.4
music teacher Ptisonals shner The: college, a brunch ofithe approximately 1,000 men and
.r Orlin'lo School, opened here women have been graduated."It .
Mrs: AUrtd Wakemen and COUPON EjGILLETTE_. II.I<>l.l llJQlI
Dl.frct and Mrs Ray Crum and last Nrwrnber( : f "I
M.etinpThe three children Peter Laurel is our aim to meet the em-
son Roles long tune rl'f'ldent.td Bringing a new concept ot edliratimi
annual meeting of the Orlando end K ty of Durhan Conn., plo 'l'r'l demands for men and I SHAVE
M\ ms have moved back to to Florida the college
district Women's Society are \'Ihltml: with Mr. and Mrs. women trained in the field of I BOMB
Colurr.b Ohio now has branches in Jacki.cn
cf Christian Service was held: at tl.f Methodist Church; lEusis J Reg. 93c giant'
(u tip'" KIMI ici y on Sundaywas manner which will satisfy the re Lee Starrlck
Friday. Mrs D. M Hill-/ tnjdjid by tIle visitors, quirements": Aide added. : aerosol can of 59c ,
Airman arnck: who enliste famous Gillette i.

\I In the Air Force a short tim llwa with ....." IIIu Wad 34tg'j
Voter League Siale Organizer I ENVELOPES Business Sizes ago hall completed bis Initial l l t .
.. f/ Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp basic military training at Lack SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSKSSSSSSSSM
I f'- land AFU, Texas He is a 196
for mailing full stock at Star- t COUPON
Speaks To Interested( Local Group ; t. er Advocate. graduate: of Titusville High --I'i "
School I
Itr William Halbtead of Ml- --- 9 s MPFREE .
.It Government on the National, ( 9
amt State OrganIzer for the State and local level before: it iVHJ PURSE Cat .

League of Women Voters spoke b"tomee d member of the Slates I Ia 1--11-- R.a. 1.00. bottle 5 7
on Friday to. group of Titiu League of Women Voters f..e g.ta tame Pnll i

'.'"'.. in yule organizing women, who a provisional are interested Lta as Mr temporary. W. T. chdlinwn Crow will Others serve Lima I with ..upon thou w.. a1x'I []J

gue. serving! en committees, which mtmtmtmtmtmtmmtmtmttrnrrnmr
In her remarks, Mrs. Ha Ulead will report at the second!! organizational MACHINE TRAININGAND iST1 Ya 1I'RS. TVIM'L f1'w1,1 '

stressed tliii non-partisan policy meeting ale: Mrs.J COUPON J[
of the League and pointed out J. C-mdcs, Mrs. William Barn- i I
that a provisional league usually ,did and Mis James E. Collins, Paper Napkin,
'. ,", requires two yean of study of membership!, and public relations; COMPUTORPROGRAMMING I
Mis\ Den Slsson Mrs. Henry Reg. 1Sc box eof

Spahr and Mrs 11. F Htldkr, 60 MorcCIII 2 for 13
Veteran Citrus \Mrs
nominating; Jacob: Hanncmann I r Paper Napkins
Mis Linden R. Peep- '
Ics. budget; Mrs. II, T Gardnerand Limit I with ...." thou 1N.4. S/4 ;
Grower Michael Mrs H B Hannefoid, bylaws MEN & WOMENARE

Dies Saturday was invited to organizing attend the group State /H ICA'S FASTEST GROWING IN- '
League ot Women Voteis annual DAY AND EVENING CLASSES
A. B. Michael year-old cit convention In Oilando, NOW FORMING
.. rus owner'grower! producer, "Mi April 1.:2!. I Reg 98c Jumbo
Indian River Citrus died Saturday All women! interested In Joining EARN WHILE YOU LEARN + aerosol can of 49C
all Insect +
following! ( injuries! received this provisional group are bo mJ purpose! ,
late Friday in an autornob.locclllsion ; invited to call Mrs Crow AM7- NEW MANAGER AND CHEF Frank Evans is nov} NON-INTEREST STUDENT LOANS AVAILABLEKEY Limit, ,
I 1 win lsuww "
on U. S I, 7806 or any member o flhe membership the manager and chef of the Chanticleer Inn, located thru''Wd 1/4

The resident of Wubasso, who committee.If on South Hopkins Avenue. Evans has several years of PUNCH OPERATORS TO mrt n mmlm; nnm rrmr r
experience in ,this field and recently came here after
was prtiklent of Deerfield! COMPUTOR PROGRAMMERS .
opening a restaurant in Daytona Beach. He has servedas COUPON ILIL
Prove nf Inc.Florida and president Mutual, emcritus 'a chef and 'VestaUranfJtaanager both in the United 'j $75WVIK I TO $12,000 YEAR i]

some of the first grapefruit grew in you have real estateto States and also in the; Virgin Islands. Evans stated that I : I SPANISH PEANUTS a
all the food will bo prepared entirely the
on premises
the world in his along sell or If Call ,
groves are
you including meat cutting, baking, etc. Also in the near
the Indian River Florida Technical 783.5575 Reg. 79< full
looking for choice real future the restaurant will have space available for club pound C

Kithae) had been in the citrus estate, use our classi parties and meetings of any kind.-(S-A Photo). College 7404 N or Atlantic writ An. vacuum Delicious: packed can 36
busings for3
years. He was
one ,of the founders of Florida lumns .. Cap Canaveral Limit 1 with, MuMti thru Wed 34Mnsking
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Citrus Mutual and. charter f Brevard Lumber Company r Dept T I
member of tho Indian River Citrus I Pleat furnish me with mplttt Information COUPON 5Q -
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LCIue 7Di .MIXED..IN-TRANSIT CONCRETES 1 on studying for the field: of t IBM -- -'-
Building Material Lumber Paint' Hardware I !
eCt666 0 .
Funeral services were held at2pm. NAME AGE--1 I II Taps
today in Wabasso and CITY.
Let l U. Glv. You An EatlmaU I ADDRESS I II
were attended by number Reg. 93c roll
a of !
Prompt Delivery Phon AM 7.3831 HOME PHONE OFFICE PHONE 1 ..
citrus I 1
people from the North - - sit"a1 BO" C k
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Brevard area. Jumbo roll,
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Limit I eila wuwn thou Wel. r//
Memker,Ftfaret, Deposit 'Inturenc CeiptretlenWhere :.lr.JUI'1!. .



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your savings .1 Jim,' 1 with ..own thrr w... t4m


earn 4% }per annum 4. COUPON _'UJL iJi"li 1'. lii

e I RAIN BONNET iI j i-'

I and you get liolh( safely I rain Reg. bonntf 19c Plastic, 4 C

complsfo! with cost, I : at

.. and security-plus) the convenience '! ,r -I.t: Llmt, aWaco, Ihrv IN' 1//


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saving you fAll CB I I SHOWER CAP

: !savings arc compounded quarterly.) .J 3 Iliad I quol-fy shower Reg.;,23e cop elastic plastic with 6e I

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: Dixie Hotel Monday, March 1 W4 Tlturvllfe (Florida) Star.A4vo fe raf. f
) ITo t _
: L.H : 1 University Alumni Water Off In Some
' ,'
; : Stands Empty pw : Meet March 12 a!) Areas Tomorrow

ri _. University of Florida MumLof Because of ne-eeswv I repair
Bievnrd County will meet t\, water lines water icrvke
i After Fire i meeting \\ lit !I">, I turned off \between D
here on March 12 The
,1I1t, I" .1, 'n tomorrow m then
will be hell at Whispering Hill
(Continued From Page 1 + I ""I- r I "pkms Avenue from
: Country Club starling with ,.r i '. h, i I" \11111. in< Main Street
in the The '
room. five
lent of tile hold >earreu dmnci at 7'30 pn \\ aim!inn h'' Patand)' > .. ._,.
later went up --- -------- ---n" "
into his The new officers will W n f o9., ., ,nue! from Main to -
. ruum and packed 1 upI
Mr. and Mrs Bob Scymom elected I I' Hi let to Mrs. Golien SpeaksAt PTA Council Meeting Slated
who have occupied the roon
I. right under! \Weber for the pate t Retarded Children Hears Dr. Fertch For Tonight At

. ',' five years, were ream, r.. move Association MeetingThe St. Teresa's School
Much !h'''' limn I is riKinred' for
their things right bask n tlieit
r. room, but couldn't h"! jim tin d F Pievard County AtsiKii; children than u lulls in clvint St. finsa Hume! and School

building was condemned! ,t '" ,'h if __ ton for Retarded Chillitti, nisi! 1IlIl'l'I'Mful psyeliutilc treatment Aisoei.it will meet! tonight at
Brown and I City Manager i level = ," explained,I Pr. Paulino1irUh 8 p.m. In the seventh grade
land Talmadge, who wa'" also on at the Training Center Tuesday< to the I.icvurl[ (uunty class room of the school. Fifth

I the scene ; a .l h.r t, night. Afler a short business>> P.T.1111 nl'l I at its meeting! grade: students of Sister M 1mmdcubta -

Mr and.I MM Seymour had t meeting Mrs Clara Glenn, !Monday, Jo\'b. 21 in CoeoaSime will provide entertainment -

moved:! their thing ont+ 'h'' runt speech: therapist for the l'Ul'P'tlOllll1 the staff of the child for the evening:, including

v porch of a house across! the .trees' Child Department of fire- guidance. clinic In {Cocoa of which tome of the stidents' own rendition .
te the south : yard County Schools>>, gave: n Dr. Mrtih Is director is limited of "The Beatles.
1e talk ('111 -Ways to Help Your Retarded !'
'Living there five years \1'1' Y only children can accepted for All parents of school children
lead collected( an i\yliit kit ot .t Jr Child To Talk". Mrs>> Inatnunt! The center is attemptIng are urged tr> attend this meeting'
f thing! Seymour sail, I L ,itii n iinlicn said that the aim of all ) to prevent ctrious mental I illness as further plans for the annual

lock a pick-up truck pna a ears therapy of retarded children u in liter years by seeing! dUturbed book fair will he discussed
to move their belonging! rr goad: ,usable speech, not perfect' children.Appeurinif< .

Path of the St'ymollrwork m t1 l Iy articulated KMihIlip | with ['Ir. Fertrh on Women Of MooseThe

the Cape. llrevard County Aisiieia the council program;: probing
J regular meetings of the
... They and Weber ngrte that turn Is presently luvlnjj a moiiiLir \' available counseling strokes: in
Women of the Moose, Chapter
} the lost of business by the )liip dl' \'e. Quail ifii'iitjtno
peo ) Iii the county, wa Gerald T-illey, 1-tHJ will he held the second and
pie In the held will be felt In r fur membership in the a neia /RiiuUnce: eoiinieli at Titusvillo
fourth Wednesday of the month.
... the downtown area linn are a genuine concern fur high: Jiliciol He rmpliasUed that
"Most cf us are moving with the mentally riaided( faith in Junior and, senior high school The first regular meeting will
be held' March 11th at 8.00 ,
J ',_ p mat
rMr Smith to the Indian fiver thOir! capabilities, and it d t<'rminullon counselors do rduiational, vo
II tcl in Roeklelge, ." they) point to create! an environ rational, social, ant, personal t the !Moose) Lodge located north
of Mims All members are urgedto
ed out although they would pre most Id which they can develop counseling/;

:for to live here they said full capubilitics A Founders Day theme' was>> oh attend

r' Mr. and Mrs. Smith, who still, 1 served and the blue and gold cations as suggested by her

the hotel to Riverbank Corp on RESCUES CLOTHES Sharon Smith. daughter of (the VFW I1.T.A. colors were used( in the committee for the scholarships
t'J. July !18, 19C2, also (lease the (In lessees: salvages clothes from burning building S-A( I Auxiliary refreshments served with Titus the council expects to award
., V.#
r.titan River Hotel in liockle I :i Photo). In Combined MeetA vlllo high schools PTS\ as host, These are to be discussed by local
,; "We're mnving down there and A 'Happy Blithday" skit was unit boards! and council act
.\\1.:' vill move those who want to go combined social and work presented by Mrs, Norman Cru ion will be taken at the next

. A with us there too There are 182 meeting was enjoyed by the ger, Mrs. James Holbrook, El board meeting.
tl rooms there bj) this will ause members of the Titusville Auxll .
wood llardcsty, Mrs D, K. Santee Mrs Bert GJSS president, an
some doubling she added lary 4228, Veterans of Foreign:
4 Mrs. Richard Bivans, Mrs pounced that Titusville high and
, Mr Smith was swat on the Wars, held Thursday, Feb. 27. C
Uartcl Donald
Sea Park elementary schools had
t West t Coast of Florida at the at the home of Mrs. Mw: Crib-
Uarnurd Fatig, and Sgt James more than 25 subscribers each to
p time of the fire + bins, 751 So. Dixie llwy, I III('. Moss! the PTA magazine
, : Many of the men MHO had been .
e Mary BUGs! was Introduced
r will be in
In the business meeting Mrs The district meeting
, away) visiting at their homes as a guest and the function Divans presented student qualifl. Sanford today.
heard about the fire ant[I came a of the Auxiliary hospital sewing!

back early, to salvage what they sessions was explained to her!

eould left of the here.personal Others belongingsthey eHdnt-re depict THIRD total STORY destruction- Scenes of the from upper the: ,1 third stories story of the hallway building In Preliminary regard' to the plans taster were gifts made for Christian Science Lecture March 5 I I"Mlln

Most contained the north of
damage was in part
. turn' until late Sunday, only to the patients at the Brevard
find. out what hpppened. hotel.-(S-A Photo). t County Home. A special meeting! Unlimited" Is the title Mr Alton waa formerly an

A welcome eight coming on will be called for this purpose, of a one.hour public lecture to executive In the Industry and

the scene were Penny Kieffer the date to be announced Inter, bo! given on Thursday by William other development enterprises,
and Lillian Miller" of the !newly Henry Alton, C.S.li, of During World! War II, he served

f. reorganized: Ttjtvill Fire WWI Barracks Tie Christian Science lioard of as a Captain of Military Intelligence

I Dept. Auxiliary; They have Lectureship, The l talk will explore with the Airborne Corpa

1 I. 1 been long.time members of theformer Auxiliary To Meet I the development of splritu. In i urnrl). More recently, he

I I.R.C. Auxiliary onl: te al abilities through prayer was administrator for the Rock
I t..."1; knew i just< whit to e o. They DISCOVERED FIRE Star-Advocate editorinchiefBob Titimille Barracks 11W' ( and I lIe Is speaking under the sponsorship efeller Brothers: Governmental

.. brought coffee and: donuts to Hudson, left, and Sports Editor Ronnie Hughes, right, Ladies Auxiliary will meet Wed of First Church of Studies, leaving( this position a
the scene far firemen and 'peo get detals of fire discovery from T, R. Mitchell, center, ncsday, March\ 4 at the American: Chrlut, Scientist of Tituivllle\ few year sign' to devote his full .

ails pl. who were living et the hotel. as the three gaze up at flamcjs.-(S-A Photo). Legion Hall on North U.S. 1. Tho The lecture begins at 8.00 p.m, time to Christian Science practice -
ri -Beth were welcime' ;,"' ylw, ty\\ ", ,.. f meetings of the two groups 'will in the First Piesbjterlnn Church, Ito li also an authorized
follow a covered dish luncheon
I P ry"
degree weather was known then. These wings modern structures had claimed v'; d.r corner of Pine and Hopkins teacher of the religion.
1 1:30
: p mThis
',.' Star Adtocate phalograpliei ran from the present! structure tills winter tourist business: an 1 [it
4 A will bo the first meeting. of
porters Gene Blytho and Bill towjrJ the east forming a "u" became; the home of men workingat ; rY
Barracks and under' tile
Lyerly w re on the scene a few shape ground floor Cape Canaveral or locally" Auxiliary .sc +
minutes after the alarm was The Hotel! was one of lew downtown Many lived elsewhere in the new officers Installed February 1'Y ru
Sth Mrs. Johanna Truln hull,
founded. following volunteer firemen business buildings to escape state, used the hotel durin- the
president' will preside at the aux
downtown from their home! week their homes
the great fire of December, 1893, as ,
Wary meeting, and Lou Itppcrcohunanhr
ia the west of town
which leveled most of the The in
arcsThe dining room spolalilpd ,
clit, will conduct the '
Slar Advocate sports r .dam
the name of the hold was southern cooking" right/: ut to a meeting of tile barracks This I Is fiflk
Ronnie Hughes on scenea
changed;: to Dixie" in 19)8) when Saturday ana many office work 1'eppcr third term as eomrnuril, .
short time later end nthi'r news
the \
property was purchase I \y era ate lunch there er of Ihe Titusville Uirracks
media began arriving.
the Titusville Hotel Co. It was Officers of the lliver'iank Corp.,
About 5:20: a.m. Don Griffin nf owned for years by Mrs. W. C which owns the building, are
the Cocoa Tribune staff cam en' Fielrkn, mother of Mrs It. C. Ken and lion !McLean of Tit is-! Mrs. Brewer Honors

thescene, saying that he hart,I Hrady, of Titimvillo. sidle The Smiths\ had been leasing Visitor With Party
been. home with
awakened at a
For many years It wi: only the building' foil' ,the rorporntion .
call 'Titnsvi'lc Is on fire'. Initially occupied I during the vin with the lease due to expire Mrs Mnx Biewcr, Mrs R E. .
':After the fire was extinguished: t tr months by residents (from' "up In July this year. Henderson and Mrs George fib

.occupants of a number of roams: n rth", who sought to escape HIP 'Will have it tl,> somethlpj Morgan: were hostesses tit a .Y t v

r were seen trying to salvage: tVir cold weather Also by men mn- with it now," Don l\It Lean said bridge lunctuon Wednesday at

clothing. most of which was s/J3k. mg 'hire for the hunting season/ Saturday, after bung: (till, thai the Brewer home in llamlin r ej ; ws

|ed. some of whom were inemb'M of it was condemned Plans hid +a. ; ar Court. 1 "

The Dixie Hotel wee a proud the r f-inwii old Canaveral (lib been to remove the strncturd I Honor guest was Mr.. Edna s) ;

.structure Portions of it, which An interesting historic! note later' HUH. year pnhihly,. to nuke Utwol of So,. Providence, It 1 I. 1t
were torn down" a few years about tie: hotel: Capt Mills 0 way for an apartment structure who has Men visiting at the t v

ago, were portions of tie old Burnham, en early keeper of firemen niaintumd 24 hour _+.v..r .. L home of her brother, Elmer a
4 Titus House, built by Col the lighthouse Cape Canaveral viRil on the building through: Sat.
of the area's IIIGGS AT WORK Glenn Hi;",s cjf the Titusville FD Na'lfAINu\ a guest was Mn
Henry Titus as one (In it was known then) urday an,I Sunday keeping unauthorized
I PT. eldest hotels The Titus House occupied the first floor room In people out ant watchIng : is shown manning one of the many pumpers at work on Emma Quakcrmeyer of Gainesville k.r .

l-ltood at the corner of Washington ,, the southeast corner cf the for possible break-out ol the the early Saturday fare( Thij: one his four 21',2": lines at r

and Julia and: portions wen buddirg for many years, travel fire work.-(S-A Photo). Mr. Phil Cranmll won high;: j

moved to make WI.y fee TitivTrilie Inj to and from the lighrWu Chief Brown ani I oilier ofHaU( more, Mrs, Kenneth MacLtuit
first bank-tll! lndi i by "boat across the l"d3n; felt "lieky" over the fact tha second high> and Mn KonmttiSehenck

River State B n' -which was River( through Banana Creek there was II'tin w'n They f f:1I: : took third. ,, e

-foindcd In 1888.' Irlo t". Banana River to a that the fre: could hay raged! eel Mrs Davol Will honorrl, with

'Tie( Tilts lions portions ,lending point west of Hie light of control and endangered( sever il a gift by the hostess William Henry Alton

"Amoved formed.. wings. of flu h-.:e. frame !homes slung the street t to- -- ------ -- I

Indian Fiver Hotel, as the! Dix i In more recent years more i the ojth cf the structure



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Downtown Office Indian River Branch
LONG STREAMS Firemen shoot long who pitched in to help firemen. Chief LADDER BRIGADE These three firemen (one Inside WASHINGTON AT MAIN US N. COQUINA AVE.

streams of water' to the roof and third Brown is shown in white coat. (S-A window) are getting water via a ladder, to the dangerous
story of hotel. At far left, bending over Photo). fire in the third story, north west corner room of the Current Dividend R.te Cempeur d.4 S.ml" -Annually
hose, is Bill Lyerly of the Star-Advocate Dixie Hotel.-(S-A Photo). .,





TltutvllU/, (Florid*) Sfir Advocate Monday, Much 2, Nlt50'E EON nn, )"
l'I.' led hid. will be reivlvrd by the
CuarJ uf county' ,:ol1lml..loner.> up
--- I until 9:45: 0 clock A.M. MarCh. 10

Star-Advocate I Indian River City News I II III Ida ltM I4.,Court tor In the Houee Cummliiloneri. la Tltuavllle Kovro.Hor I lathe

Sports Moving the Recreation Depart
01 ment Dredge tI.... ipud polea
(Continued From Page 3)) "Charades": Refreshments and "A" frame. ) from the Indian

birthday cake, Ice-creim, cold River at tl o ntuavllle Cauievay'
staying with hi, father, Mr. and place, It i la Mouth Lake at
drinks and coffee were servedto the west end of (J.rdento.d
Charles Svrc, a longtime resident and to return It to the Indian.
NEWS AND VIEWS the guests. River at the Tltuivllle Causeway
of this city. The ion end Those Richard between au and 18 o days after
present were:
taking lame to Doth Lake. _
d.ugbter.ln.law plan on making and Dilhe Sue Shartzer, Frank Bidder< to b. reaponalble for any

tL : pfrs. their home In Florida. aid Pegfty Oxendine, Darius ond damage lei-mi-Incurred 40"ot while bid price.movlna\ to;. be

__ Betty Johnson, Bill end Maria paid when dredge li delivered .
*' 1 to South Lake JI.I.n. -
Baseball Team Will 4 ,J .drj3 Morris. Howard and Sylvia .,. of14" ,. I...... any
.4 \ SFtj s4'I and damage I Incurred In tran.It .-
34It 'hc4 FY I I Coquina P.T.A. Thornton\ ) Lewis, Frances to be paid when dredge,
Brenda Ostner, Richard and li returned to Indian

!$ r'II 4/ "Alice and Fecbe, 1897" and Faye Holland, Tommy and River. at Causeway Tltuivllle -

I "1064" promise to be two de- Frances Edwards.!: Edwin and The Board reiervee the right to
Open Season Tuesday r-r reject any and all bideBldi I ,
Lghtful; comedy skits put on by Lotnine Dean, Doyle Risner, to be marked 'Did for moving -

t t't a' I the faculty of Coquina Elementary Jackie Northcutt, Wyman Brat- Dredge JOE H UICKHAMCHAIKMAN .
cher and Doris Smith. ,
Coach Morrell Bailey's Titus Saturday. "The first game against : ,, T : School to be presented to UOAK1) Or" COl'NTV

yule High School baseball team 'Despite having a young and Cocoa will really test our .K the parents at the p.'rA. meet- COB BREVAKU H II41ONER,4 COUNTY I ;, "

will open the season in Cocoa Inexperienced team, the boys strength, !since the Tigers had a ti : ,. Ing tonight: at 8:00.: sorim WHOM: or IT J't MAY Bur COMCKKN 11 :..tJlnu.TO : Mar FLORIDA 2,) (Mon.) 19 4ntirr. .

Tuesday Afternoon and then are trying real hard," Coach successful team last year." Notice H hereby ilvcn that purtiant ":

play homo contests Friday, and Bailey said. ik The cost consists of Miss Regina to resolution adopted, by the
in the finals Board of County Commlaiilonere,
Cocoa was Mabel \ OF I"iT."TIOS; TI.
r. itlnl Mrs.
Sen- Urnvard County blonde 1< a I'ubllo
m -I' !
.... _.., ,. __ of the regional! playoffs last nes, Miss Peggy Rich and Miss Mooring.,loner.will' Room b. ,held.Court In 110.the .Comml. ., In- RrH In; compliance<
year and Bailey said they only Rebecca Watts. Miss Margaret Tltuavllle, FlorIda at the hour ol No. 1175. Chapter Number :2oiW! ,
Jon one player off their first 203O: o'clock A.M,, Mann lath Law of Florida Acts of 1941. the 'I
." t' ( Halliim Stage I teacher has to determine the advliabllily ui oloi-; undenlgned will register with thetiers.
nino They also: have six pitchers rr j jI planned a demonstration of the Ins vacating re nt..cta tlse and dli of the Circuit Court In lire-
_. t&I I claiming, any and all rlgnti of the yard County Florida. upon rtcelpt :I

.fo..;! returning. Ciusenalre Rods with some of land County conetltutlnathat and the public In part mil to o
Although( Bailey was not sure her students. Rev. William certain un-nameU Street bounded aafollowi name, to-wll : New Frontier Mobile .
FISHERMAN ALSO GOT WET Carl Cox of Titus McClure of the Calvary : Horns Park under which we are engaged
I of his starting IIne.up, he said Baptmt In upace rentali for mobile >,
yule li dripping wet but he to with 15 By the North line of Lot 26, homea .
Gene Melvin would probablystart managed come up Church will give the devotional extended Eaatward the Bait at Hcottamoor Florida. andthat
at first base; Wayne Credo trout last week while fishing out of J & J Fish Camp on to open the meeting line of Lot 26, the Eait end of persona the Intereited undvrilgned In' ealrl are the bualnna, only "i,

the Indian River. Various said Cox Church Street row vacated the Dated at Tltuivllle Florida! Ida
reports accidentally
dock, catcher; Earl Evans sec A Norm line of Lot 41, extended 2 day of March A.U. 1964
short business
fell Into the river Just before the picture was taken. meeting will Eaatward ami the Wait rlg-hl ..0WCY Irma, OonialeaM
ond, Gary Hart, third; Charlie S-A be held following the line of the Florida But Frank Onnu''
( Photo). programin
Ituggins left field; Sam Wor. which the nominating committpe Coaat I In; CARLILK Kallroad:' WAKD.right of PLAT way OF all 1oIar. I. 9, 16. 23 13105.) 1964.I .

tham, center field; and Dan will be elected. Plans MIMA at aliown on the Plat I Tilt: ( IH( liT 'nt'RT flY Till:
recorded In Plat Book 1. vase 4, :MVTII JIIIKItl. IIKlir lM > 'I
Blngham right field. Also ex Tilusville Nationals May Go for the "Kids Day Circus" on Subtle record., Brevard County t .\ Ii>> KK IIK..\ .bull 'l)'I'ST\

pected to give the team supportis March 30( will also be discussed. 21 South, In Range Section, 37 IT Ea.l.All TownaMp. <).l.liitII II t\< )rHNO.5. tin "

Tim Barrowman and Bob Refreshments: : will be served. Interested perle,,. may appear FIRST: FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
Comparato, who will begin play. at the tin,. sod place shove atotoI LOAN J AHKOCIATIOV 01,' OR. '"t tva
For Summer and be ,
ing aa soon as basketball seasonis Independent Play h.ard.JOE H WICKHAM. LANDO, a corporation, Plaintiff,

completed. CHAIUMAV: ,,,1
TitusvllU Nationals semi.professional look pretty good, however, we are Surprise Birthday Party HOARD or COUNTS WILTON K AVIVS: anti, BETTrM
Tommy Edwards Is expectedto baseball team, may go In need of several players who A surprise birthday party was COUNTY, Defendant. ,

pitch the first game, and independent this season according tan fill a vacancy at catcher given lor Richard Shartzer last Mar ILORIDA.i (Mon) 1964 STATE: OF NOTK FLORIDA Ol HI II
Dennis Morris the second COUNTY OF BRFVARD
to coach Roy SchoolfleldSchoolflckl jirst base and an outfielder. Anyne Saturday evening in the Shart- isHTI( Ie (>r .U'I'IKAIION TO: JOHN MUL1NAHU d 'b'aMullnaro
against Satellite Friday afternoon Interested In Saul T.t\ vtut
Joining the team zer home 205 Con. Co.
at Titusvillo High School. said last week, Coleridge Ave. Notice li hereby given that Reildence Unknown
{ Invited to attend the
Is Thursday Richard received many gifts Including York. Jander l holder of tax certificate Tou are hereby notified that a
PPOUD OF CATCH Claude Clawson of Sanford, took The Terriers will host Melbousne "There has been talk among the flight meeting No. ITT liiued the 81 day of ault hai been filed again you In
players to independent some trick gifts from the May A. D. 195?. tmi filed aame In th eshoveen titted cause and that "
so we
advontage of the trout fishing on the Indian River last Saturday. fio office and baa made I
"We plan: to play a double guests. Everyone enjoyed my application you are required to file your aniwer
and catch of 15 trout can have a more flexible schedule a for a Ul deed to be luued thereon, wltb the Clerk of this Court and to
wHk proudly displays a ranging up Following is the Titusville and teams and Jieader t schedule once a week in good time of fun and laughter in Said certificate embracei the follow, serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff -
to' 3 pounds. The fish were caught out of J & J Fish play more poislblyeven I jjitusvllle\ .' Schoolfleld added. playing Inf deacrlbed property la the County or attorneyi. whose
Cjmp near Mims.-S-A( Photo). High School schedule: join the National Amateur I n many games Including of,llrevard.,.}State, of Florida towlllUeleaplne I a name and addrrii. le Gllei HedrlckRoblnaon.
March 3 Cocoa away Baseball Association." lug Kant Church Street
t Townilte of Orlando, Florida not later than
March 6 Satellite, home Deleaplne .. per plat book 2 April' S. lam If you fall to do mo

March 7, Melbourne home The team will have an organizational &t'r 2ia .9J .1aclirJ' pace. 18/13 ikeo T 23: ST. R. 38/39 EThe a Decree ,Pro t you Confeiio for the will::I relief be t.ci.II.d de.

March 10 Eau:: Gallie, homo meeting at Larry's Restaurant 1/ / *JJayl ....almost of the laid property ,II In the Complaint: I This aultla
Coach "Skeptical"About north of Titusville, at 7:30: ( under the laid certificate. liaued. to foreclose a ,mortcolI'' The real
March 13 Central Catholic, was In the name of A. E. St anger. property procedeed agulnit I It:
home p.m. Thursday. loon Unlua laid certificate abut be All lh oecento in tr..tl or par-
redeemed according to la,.. the cell of land In Lots 8. T. S and 9,
March 17 New Smyrna "There has also been some Ladles handle so much pronerlty deacrlbed therein will beaald Hlock 1, Plat of Bellewood. according
to the bidder
nlfheit at the to pint thereof recorded
Beach, home conversation of forming a leaguein of the money nowadays, courtbouia door at 12:00: clock In Plat Book 3, Page SS Public
Swim Team March 24 Melbourne noon on the fIrst Manday! In the Recorde of Brevard County
away this area, playing such teamsas that It's no wonder that month of April, A.O. 1964 which, lathe Florida and being In Section 12,
March 31 ... Satellite, away Mt. Dora DeLancl, Cocoa and I Dlh' day of April, 01 D. 1 4.Dated Townahlp :ai I; South Ranje 86
i I t this. 21 day Fib AD. Rant In B revsr,I County. Hor-
April 3 Eau Gallie, away Eau Gallic. wo tee so much ef them 1964. Ida. described ai follow.:

Although Titusville High School lors. The team graduated only April 7 Mew Smyrna Beach, ,; Curtli R. Birnea Commence at an Iron pipe let at
Commenting on his team, here and 110 wonder, I Cleric of Circuit. Court. the point of intersection ot
had a fairly successful\ swimming two lettermen.Both away I Brevard County, Florida Northerly line of Lot B, Block
season last year, Coach Larry girl\ and boys teams have April 10 Cocoa home Schoolfleld laid, "Our chancesCartf I' either, that wo make\ a (Circuit Court Seal 1, Plat of Brllewood. According
Jo'eb.4.: Mar t. 0. J8 (110D.) 1M4IN to plat thereof recorded In Plat
Monhollon seems a little skeptical been working on conditioning exercises April 14 Oviedo home special effort to meet their Book 8, Page 28. Public Reoorda 1
Till: (IIIKT op TIIK MXTIIJl of Breva/d County Florida and
I with the "water lillles" for this and Monhollon said next Thanks
Slit I \I. < IRf'll r l> .s :V II t'OR the Easterly' right of way line
ycjr. week "they plan to begin swim every banking on ltnrHII: ( lIt :''IT' HI>KIIn />.\. of the State highway No S

ming with heavy sweat shirts and News We wish to express our sincere busy days which for Chancery 'No. ZT8* (I'fc. 1)) thence run South I' 15'
\\Ve're not as strong this year Bowling MIH r; Til I1H-K\H: I East along Eaiterly line of right
tennis shoes, mainly to get the gratitude to the many iL FRANCIS JERKY SHIVER of way of Elite' Highway No. S
..-last, because we had a lot of __._::__ them means EVERY day. PUIntlft, (US. No. 1>, ai presently 10-
swimmers used to carrying more friends who called and vlsted; ___ .
goad swimmers who lettered but __ "" cstetl t dial ancen t I\J feet to a '"
weight.". also for the beautiful flowers AGNES ELIZABETH SHIVER. point laid point belog the point
they didn't come out, Monhollon Midnight League : \ 11. Defendant, ot beginning of the land ODIV.y.d .
prayers, food and sympathy TO:AONES ELIZABETH SHIVER horeby From .ald point of
sagl "Since we have a lot of new North Brevard's RESIDENCE UNKNOWN beginning continue South 21' IB'
shown at the death of Only
students out this we're High Individual series: BobPaslt'y us our NOTICE: lit HEKEBlf: OIVEN East along uld rl"ht", ot way lIne
fast year was Titusvlllc's first8cstfn year husband, father and brother. Home Owned that a Complaint for Divorce and a alliance of 204 fret to a point
in water competition and having to start from scratch and 576; Shop Shepherd :S44. Bank 0 nor.. of OwnerehlD .. to the fol- thence run a line Southeasterly '
lowlna: deacrlbed property, to-wll: a distance of ISO feet more or .
mnt( >t of Monhollon's! team was again teaching the fundamentals.This High individual game!: : Bob The Leon Wilson family Offers You Lot thirty five, thirty its and !I...., to a point 3 feet Southerly, .
has been slowing us considerably ISavings thirty wren, In Block Two of the by right angle me..urement
co&posed! of and Pasley 208 Shcp Shepherd 205:
sophomores ]unIJearn ; Plat of Melbourne Court In Suction taken from the 8nulheuterly
but they should be readyby Tltusvllle / Accounts rive. Tnwnaltlp Twenty corner of the building known ..
(Florida) Star Advocate
our first meet" he added. High: team game: Bridges Radiator ChockIng Accounts tight.: Range Thirty Heven tu.t Houth Motel Bulldlne- with alxunlti'
Nowf I I according to the Pint of Hsct.nl, thence run a line In a
Hairstyling The Terriers are scheduled to No. 2 531. Banking By Mail Flrevud County, rlorldll Public Northerly direction a dlatance
: WOODY'S open the season against Cocoa, 8I.t.l: >>lI.h..1 l *lPukll.iifld Drivt-In Window Service Rpcorde of 182 feet more or leie. to a
High team series: Band E 1962 Ford Automofclle Serial point which aald point li 18 fret II
Mrch.17 24 Hour Depository Service Number 64x100641 by right angie mo..urement..rom .
:Hairstyling Institute '" Shirt Lettering 1490. RI' Mondayi. hat been filed ...In.t you. by the the Boiitheaiterly corner of I.
'We also have several transfer 4 Vr,rtnee Friday
I 2504 McR. St. Plaintiff In the above Myled Court a concrete block pump house
students who are really shapingup Wtamllnia Won I.o.t \% By T.lu.vllle Stir.'g Insurance. Personal and Auto Loins and you are he"'b' required d to verve thence run a line North 18' JO'We.1
Orlando, 424-8573 '" 2.. J \ .Advocate. I no.A.I '
a copy of your ANSWER however, they will be in.eleaible. B at K Shirt Lett rln|. 83 33 Tt>. Star-Advocate Plus Many, Many More Fin Services gpos WILLIAMS GFILICHP I.... to a point oppo.ll. the
for the first several Huech Bavarian BUS 41t '"'_ Bulldln O Box 818 Melbourne Florid. point of beginning by right
Marine Site .?Vt 44 tk IbiS SI Main Street Altorneyi for the Plaintiff (nil file angle m.uurem..nt: thence. run I
NEW SMYRNA BUILDERS meets," he added. Brl SUPPLY CO. and O.I..y Lane" 42 50nriaga 3.T7U1: 50I of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. parallel to Northerly Uno of .hl
S Expected to swim the :200 Radiator No. I 2S 67 Tlluavllle'. t llrevard County, Florida Lot < a dietance of 275 fwt more
Luifcber & Building Materials <400 yard free style are Marc MKItniRlFUrUit First National Bank on or before the 31 day of March: ar I.... to the point of begin-
l'mi .orUtlon 19b4 If you fall to do 10, .. Decree ring.
"E .rYlhlng for the Builder"Dint Hepburn and Russell Barnhill for National F:.llt"rlal AsaoIaIios po Costesa.. will b. takes against WITNESS mv hand and the seal.
the boys team and Meg King on you for the relief demanded In tne"vvTrVLsS of thl. Court at Tltu.vlll.. nrevard -
!* Freeway at Canal St. Henry H Hiidaon. Pre I ST County. Florida.. thla 2Stll day of"il t
N.w Smyrna Beach the girls unit. Swimming the 50 Barry Blitch and Donna Carlson. MeL Kliol S. Hudion V-P. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA : :: my hand and .official February, mitCOURTJJEAI.
Robert H. llud'on gecr-freaa. anal I at Tltuavllle. Florida Ihla 2o .) t tCL'IOTIS
Call Collect 428.9021 yard .sprit will be Sophomore Individual 200 yard medley John
1i Pittman and Cindy Boyd; ,DivIng ooDd-CI.I. po.lac' paid sA'THu..- Not 'The Oldest. Not The Largest But The BESTI! day SCOUR of February BFAL!: 1964 Bv leRH BARVES.I DC. Clerk .t A
i I'1;' PET SHOP vUl', Fiori.. ,
THE CURTIS R BARNES Ollra Hixlrlck RobInson
MaternaLane Ed Keller David Mark
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. CLERK CIRCUIT COtRT lul Eat Church Street
I Winnie Carter Hepburn and Henry H. Muilann, Publlahtr By V. 1'1.' Spangler Orlando Florida
OF ORLANDO "everything Per Yur ,.." Robert II. iludron KdllorDavid : Deputy Clerk Attorney. for Plaintiff
CENTRAL FLORIDA'S MOST Barbara Coyle.Butterflies Dunn' Alvvrtlelna, '; Mir Mar. 2. e. 18. 23 I Mon.) 1944. Mar. 3, 9. 16 23 (lion.) IStil
...........! .., _,.:._I. ._ _;__ I
COMPLETE MATERNITY SHOPS Fancy Cellars Leaihes Tyt : n .N ".N..Ug .r

\rili-n, a-IMHM Budge, Fish, Puppies Supplies Mike Austin and Bubacitptlan' Tatei
Jl. MIKTII OHtMih: .\n.u. Donna Carlson Backstroke .
.\,..... .1.11& 76 N. Orange, Orlando, GA 1-174 ; B, Curlet In Ncrtll Or.vatlI
via M. 011.\:0.: ...: \V.: Keith Smith and Margaret Miller Tr. 'T.IO C )10. '4.00 .1 MOo '2.00
"" Tax Assessor's Schedule of Precinct Visits1964NOTICE
THE FLORIDA SHAVER : Breast stroke Ed Keller By 515(1( .' Floldai
David Marks and Peggy MC- Y. "S.5u 4 Alo 3.110 5 0(0. 12.00
DUlald P'tortls
Makes Electric Shaver Service
I 1'.11.11II. C ".. ...flR. 5 M... 12110
HEARING AID CENTER LLSctnotone Factory-Trained Personnel

Parts In Slock-Same Day Service

of Orlando 395 N. 70 Orange Years Orlando Experience, GA 3-1loS IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I OR MY DEPUTY WILL BE AT THE FOLLOW-
Murray S. Long Dltt. Mgr. Skillet t

Cir Rug & Drapery Service) Plastic Foam Foam Rubber ,

wall, to Wall Rugs, Instillation, Cut to Siie Custom Sewing AND INTANGIBLE TAX FORMS FOR 1964.
(.pairs, Bending, Serging Casual Furniture
: Rubber Cork Vinyl
Alpha Tile UM S. Orange, Orlando GA 1-2731

-Gowning, New Smyrna Beach 110$ N. Orange, Orlando, GA 4-714 Sp cUl For Tuccday

: Phone 418-2412 CATALINASANDWICH Mar. 2 Mon. Eau Gallie All Day City Hall

0 FOR EVERY HOUSE Mar. 3 Tues. Cocoa All Day Branch Court House

S: FURNISHING NEEDMATHER'S CLUB Mar. 4 Wed. Melbourne All Day Branch Court House

: of NEW SMYRNA Mar. 5 Thurs. Titusville All Day Court House

: 'Call Collect 421-4111:

a ....'", Smyrna Beach! 1207 N. Mills, Orlando, OA 3-01SJ Mar. 6 Fri. f1 West Melbourne 9 AM.to 11 A. M. Cans Sport Shop
Tuna Salad. Egg Salad.

HIGHEST QUALITY Lettuce and Tomato, d Mar. 6 FrL Hopkins :30 P.M. to 2 PM. Hopkins Store

Pick!. Chlpa. Potato
-J HAL HARRIS ARCHITECT TERRAZZO DEPENDABLE FLOORS SERVICE Chlpa65C Mar. 6 Ffja Palm Bay 2:30 P.M. to 3:30: PM Post Office .

428-S5S3 OWENS ; Mar. 9 Mon. Malabar 9:00: A.M. to 10 A. M. Post Office '.

New: 138 Smyrna North Beach CiuMway, Fla. JJOotTradewind Call New TERRAZZO Smyrna Beach, INC.Collect Mar. 9 Mon. Grant 11:00: A.M.to 12 Noon Post Office (

GA 8 9051 Mar 9 Mon. Micco 2:00: PM. to 3:00: P.M. Jordans



FUrUa, Inc.P ;[ O. ,
Wo Buy and Pay Mere
.oli .4< Evorlaiting Quality : I
.*,SOJ C. Cl.nJal Dr. Largest Stock of Coins' Around PUU Plata TltusyUlo Tax Assessor"Ie

Orlando 27S.1112 371 N. Orange Orlando 425-4tO


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Monday, March 2, 1M4 THvtvllUFlorida! ( ) Star' Advocate Paa.7Cocoa t -

."pmJltiz; I d 4w I Records Cracked i

wiffificnnte. -- In Bowling Meet I

Survives THS ,
Bowlers competing in the vale Til anti I T"rrnzo. 303J;;
tar). Hislw Sfftrtt fttar Hrt-v rd County Bowling:;! Assoc' tint National Bank: Tltusville
lation Soconl< Annual Tournament 3027; Younger Construction

Joe D'Agostino Jr., should have: played football at Notre It dalewar Lines, shattered 20i, Mitchells TV :3007; Ramon)r
Dame and should have been an "experimental horse." nearly ill records this weekend, Mobile Homes, 3003; Nova Cab

He was neither, although he almost applied for the Stalling For VictoryCocoa with several keojcrs from the TI. Inet Shop. 3002: Carters Drugs
horse end of it. limilic area taking part of the 2994; New Smjrna Lane. 2989_

First of all Joe, in case you haven't guessed, Is Italian, honors Continental Lounge 2W7; Bran

and it'i common sense that a person with a last name like Younjker Construction' a tram X, 2985. ,

that should play at Notre Dame. But Joe didn't. Instead High School Tigers managed Croup 7, tourney, the Tigers qua' that was leading last week, dropped Scratch doubles: Bill Walling
he was one of the most outstanding linemen to come out of to work through Tituaville'astalling \i'lcd for the Region 2 tourney I li n to sixth place yielding to lord Due Davis 1275. Sebas
the University of Florida. offensive tactics for the Gainesville this weekend ADCO Concrete team of Eau tlan

The reason he could almost be considered an "experi fourth time this year and won the They will play Palm Beach on I Gallic with 5110 while changes Handicap doubles: Walling
mental horse" well, he stands under six feet tall, weighsa Class AA, Group 7 Championship Friday night. Palm Beach Is the were made In practically all ford and Davis, 1314, Olam am
mere 245 pounds and has been operated on 12 times "ex- 30-U Saturday night. team that kept the Tigers out ol r ,, other rvrnti Rogers 1309; Peterson and llur
perimented on" so many times that he feels like a lamb chop. The Terriers famous ball-hog the state cage tourney last year J Bill Walllnjsford and David soy 1308: ; Davis anti WIckelq
Joe limped around the "Torch Club" Friday afternoon, ging, stalling which nearly upset This year the teams have played(i r t Davis of Sebastian rolled a 127J 1302; Shepherd and Pasley, 1272

carrying his football knee to one side and behind him, shout- the Tigers earlier In the season, two regular season games, split scratch to shatter a previous Austin and Carson 1255; Smit

ing Jokes, and laughing with his partner, Bill Greene, who backfired again, and endIn\ a ting the pair. scratch doubles association! record and Frazier 1251, Wells an<,
Flowers\ ,
1253, Knomjian anti
was a boxer while in the Navy. The two men opened the score that should have been( a Palm Beach won the Group I I 8 of 124S, and Satellite Lanes
half time Bob with 50< 42 victory ovei fired a Z!>73 to sot a new record Coleman, 1237; ftohblns an
time tourney
one Rattan Room Friday night under the new name, marking Compar a / Moss 1231.Singles .
and you can bet your boots, that when sports fans stop In ato and Tim Barrowman merely Delray Beach compared to 2876 In team
for a drink or food the main center of conversation will be held the ball In mid court during In the other half of the Region I 't k scratch. scratch: n Short, 630: )
Florida football and of course, the Clay and Liston fight, most of the game and passed( the a tourney this weekend, Gaines Scratch all event record wan Handicap singles! R. McGowin
since Green was a former boxer. ball and shot only when there( villa, 43.49 winner over Dayton; 1t also changed when" flirt Crow 695; X Riser. 670; L Folsom
Actually, both men have a colorful background. was an opening( The stalling Mainland; and Orlando Boone shot a 1UI, breaking the previous 870.; S. I turner. !5S.; P. Short, ;
worked In mark of 181}. E, Rogers 6m L llradrlck, 6G3f
D'Agostmo's father owns the Villa Nova restaurant In the first quarter, and 5042'Ictor over Orlando Evans f ;
Winter Park and Joe has worked there as bar and the highly underdog Terriers will meet. Both were surprise ,- Cliff Gerald, a Sergeant:: at Tat D. Tompkins, 659!): Ilerndon, 657 .
vice-president. Born in Woburn, Massachusetts manager, Joe movedto managed to keep within one pointof victors as Mainland and Evan!I tI rick Air Force Base Is leading& N Morrison 831; B Gunn, 1i3.'J..r;?.: "'
Cocoa who had an unbelievc were highly favored. with tilth: Individual( game shooting E Fast 651. _
Orlando at the of 14 and attended Orlando Senior
age able 3-2 lead at the end of eight a 2i>9. Gerald has played 15
High. His football career began there. minutes. In AA Region 1, Pensaeola I games and knocked down over

Because he was short, built close to the ground and the Cocoa came surging back with High (61..11 over Choctawahatche e i.ooo) ) pins which carries his average .
fastest man on the line, weighed about 230 pounds and played their big men In the second( will play Jacksonville lee (47.3' (for the tournament well over 1TT.Iri'
a tackle position, D'Agostino was offered scholarshipsby chapter and netted 11 points over Jax DuPont) and Panama 2K( 1 .+...
at least 22 different colleges. Included were Oklahoma, while Titusville scored only three City Rutherford (T2-60) over Standings for the second, weekof

in the Big Eight, nearly all the Southeastern Conference but then In the third quarter, the Tallahassee Leon) will play Jax bowling follows: 1 '
Teams, and many more. Despite receiving all these collegiate Tigers, who had beaten the Terriers Paxton ((5644 over Jx Parker). Scratch ill events: Bert Crow, t l !

football possibilities, he was nearly forgotten, as far as three previous meetings! In AA Region 3, Winter Haven 1839, Eau Gallic, N. Morrison, I
state high school honors were concerned. He made second were held to three points while ((6258 over Lakland) plays M 1812 Satellite; n. Barrett, 1SOO, M
team on the All-State roster. After studying his offers, and Titusville made one. Myers ((6753 over Sarasota) and Daytona; Hob! !Miner\ 1788, Titus

realizing he owed his talents to home, (Florida), Joe entered Leading 17.6 at the end of the Tampa Hillsborough! (6444( over vllle T. Flowers, 1723, B. Miler
U. of F in 1950, a place that soon became home. D'Agostino third period Cocoa again tore Tampa Chamberlain) will meet 172S

played for Florida, four years, and during that time, he (through Titusville defense and St. Petersburg Biea Cleg Handicap ill events: B. Riser, 1 1.
spent several of his between semesters and summer weeks, ripped the nets for 13 points and In AA Region 4, Ft. Lauder 19S3: II, Moss, 1931; P Bridges,
sItting it out in the hospital, waiting for a knee or shoulderto Titusville had their biggest quarter dale ((63-67 over Pompano Beach) 4 y y 1913 llorndon, 1907; E. Huriey, '
I heal of the evening, on a shooting plays Miami Columbia ((80-" ? I'm! : W, Byrd, 1881 ; S. Langglc,
Joe laughed and raised up his pants on his left leg and ipree" that netted five points. over Key West) and Miami High )1877 J. Butler, 1871, '
((49.44 Miami Beach) meets W Am tin, 18(6( R. GwilIIam .
said, "See, I told you I had been in the hospital"Not The win made victory number over :
that we disputed his word, but his knee looked like 26 for Cocoa with only 2 losses. Hollywood McArthur (C555\! over 18T.2; J. Adilt. 18.VJ.' : C
been chopped with chain North Miami). Kazrp. 1852, C. Besclo IftSO on
saw. High scorer for Tltusville was SHtKWIH-WllUAMS/ .
.. .,, Paul Matthews with 3. Larry Jar. Central Florida area teams involvcd I'aslry, 1841; F. Fan!. 1843, W,
+ -
i'I Sayre, 1811 and R Lucas, ft.LOXON'EXTERIORP
rell 2, Boyd Wessinger 2, Tim in tournaments: ; -
L'fri Barrowman 2 and Ray Cowart, Class A. Region 3 (at Apopka) I Team scratch events: Satellite '
lanes I 281:1.lIandlcap: .
; PAINT I, .
1. lyman ((57.46 over Kissimmee) u
team scratch: ADCO
I will meet( Apopka ((50.42 over
Cocoa led Bob
was by Seinerwith
Concrete, Fsu dallie, 3110; Gateway for Stucco, btlck,
akeview and Seabreeze TERRIERS BATTLE Tim Barrowman Tltwsville'sNo
((42.41 ,
... 12 points, Woodbury 6, Stln
lanes, WM, Satellite lanes, |concrete, e.m.nt block,
-. -...., j nett S, Burns 2, and Tucker 1. over DeLand) will play New 42 receives a pats from Ray Cowart, second( from 4.
301$, Four Marks, 3010()\ Titus itoi tiding
: 1 r- I \ .. By winning the Class AA, Smyrna ((4S43 over Sanford), right against Vero Beach Friday night in the Class AA
I ,. A. Croup 7 playofJs.-
10 .... -f. ,-, r' -... ..... -- -.-.. .. First Home Track

I y P AI ... j 1 City Recreation Director Now Meet Here Tuesday

e st stww Coach Godwins track team
'" Itd On Job; Making Program PlansJack will host fan: fJallle tomorrow T
afternoon at Titusville High
; Siluxil() for the first home meet of
: "
}I Miller, Titusville'a first Vero Beach. the Reason
city recreation director, assumed 'What I am mainly interested
it I Goes tlliI,
The Terrier thlncla, heat onOiltl
: his duties this morning/ according In. at first, Is planning an overall Florida Mlllliry\ Academy anJ quickly
to City Manager: Cleveland recreation program: that will
Del. I
and In a triangular meet last I Eitra-long lilt"
Talmadge be of interest to people of all I
Joe D'Ag.itlno Bill Crttn week at bit.and. I Colors tliatlntWATERPROOF
agc. Projects like this take
Miller, 25 old graduateof .
year w
time. since funds --- ---- -- --
"It you think that's all the trouble I've had, look at East Tennessee State College, especially our ;
my shoulder," he added. It had a few scars, but not as bad : will be Titusville's first full time for recreation are limited," Mil point game in several weeks Resists' "mildiwWILLIAMS

as his knee. "Yes, I've got a screw in my shoulder". recreation director ler pointed outTerriers. Bill Comptrato( who has led
Fortunately, Florida athletics were not all to blame the Terriers about half way SHERWIN
In an early Interview with Mil r
for Joe's bad knee troubles. thnugh the season, made 20
ler, he revealed the city Is def.
Before his UF points, wink larry Jarre scored .
senior year at D'Agostino was a pre- Initely In need of some type of
season All-American on the United Press International'sthird 10 Hoyd' Wenninger t tossed, In
z city recreation First, I plan to ,.
team, and at the conclusion of his Florida career, he .G conduct a survey, In order to obtain 8; and Ray Cowart hit 10 Paul
won All Conference, All South and several other All-Amer: as many volunteer workers Vero In TourneyDespite Matthews made 3 points and Ray PAINTS' .

ican honors. Soon after graduating from UF, Joe went rightto CITY RECREATION DIRECTOR WELCOMED City as possible Then we will begin Johnson scored 1 I.
work with the Colts. His first pre-season with the pros, Manager Cleveland Talmadge (right) officially welcomes planning some sort of family losing In the finals of Branan was high point man for BREVARD PAINT &
he bunged up his knee and appeared out for good. After Jack Miller, Titusville's first full-time city recreation recreation" the State, Group T, Class AA Vcro Beach, with 10, followed byRon DECORATING. INC

his first operation, he waited about five months and then 'director. Miller who began working today is planning a "Some of Miller's projects will playoffs, Tltusville played
wentback; to work with Baltimore as a defensive middle recre.atiof program \that'will.' be of interest to people of be to meet with summer baseball ball. ,in their'opening: twec onn eate.Thurndsalyt Gielow with 8.
guard the toughest defensive position on any team 'all ages--S-A{ Photo): organizations, such as little i flight'I Ir) 'the\r\tournament < I -- --- .

"This is where I made my first big mistake," D'Agostino league, pony league, Softball and opener, the Terriers defeated

revealed. "If I had any sense, I would have waited at least division, in 1947. coordinate a program- ao that all Satellite Coach, 37.31 and
one) :year before putting on \the pads, but I couldn't wait. teams will be able to play on then trounced taller Vero Beach
"I had ambition to be Greene TAYLOR'SAUTO
really no a fighter
The.second time, it really tore it up, thus ending all dreamsof recalled the limited/ number of hall team 61:42:111 the semifinals
"but I less forced into :
it. I :
was more or was pushed fields,'" Talmadge laid
) becoming a professional player
into a fight with another guy on ship and consequently, Frldat\ evening against Vero
After about six operations later, and losing from 285 ;
when I floored the lad, I contacted the Some' city; rciidents. have
was by ship's boxing
Beccfi; Tltusville took an early
pounds to 195 hopes of taking some of the weight off the '
voiced tile need pr/ a civic center, .
coach, and that's how it started."I .
29 IB lead and then nearly UPHOLSTERY
which didn't work he '
knee incidentally, joined the Marines.
and Miller said, 'I'm'all for
His knee, seemed to be in fairly good condition and he was pretty lucky, I knocked out five people, won on doubled that score 4123 at the .
man- some typo of recreation center, .
three technical knockouts and TKO'd a
was only end
one of the third period
aged to go one season with the Hawaiian Marines, long That's about the time I boxing. and this will be decided ,as soon 1027 SOUTH HOPKINS AM 7-1170 .

enough to( win first team honors on the All Marine Corps "I caught pneumonia quit and it set me back in training as possible, probably after w. get Coach Art Tolls used his lee
team for several months when I a program underway." ond team the last four minutes of EXCLUSIVE SALES AND SERVICE 0
right was planning to enter the
During this time, besides developing severe knee trou- Before the fourth -
in coming to Titusville quarter REPRESENTATIVE FOR .
All-Navy Boxing Championship San Diego. However,
ble, Joe fouled up his shoulder, which needed four opera- I didn't recover from the illness soon enough and I decidedto he was a city recreation director It was merely 8 field day for
tions to mend. at Halnes City and also a former Coach Tolla'i first team, who

"From playing football, possibly six years, excluding quit"Greene has been associated with club and restaurant assistant recreation director at have not been able to reach a 40 ARO CONVERTIBLE TOPS ,_
four years of high school ball, I must have been in the hos- w
business all
his life. His
nearly father is
pital, off and on a total of 3 years. part-owner man- MADE TO ORDER TOPS FOR ALL
ager and head bar man at the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas, I
"My most recent operation on the knee was a year ago CONVERTIBLES NOW ONLY$5990 ,
and he taught Bill most of what he knows, concerning mix-
In November! ology READ WHY MEN LEAVE HOME -
"After I got out of the Marines, it was evident, my foot- Bill was also bar manager of the Mandalay in Las Vegas, $ 90
ball careeer was over. The only thing left for me to do was the Elks Lodge in Bellingham, Washington, and the Moose $7990Economy
try something else. So, I ventured into golf and bowling Lodge in Mt Vernon, Wash. He is a member of the Elks, AND WIVES TURN GRAYI!
us a hobby. It's sorta funny I was taking golf lessons froma Moose and Masons and has worked with children for many
professional) and he told me real serious like; ''The main years managed Little League baseball teams and workingwith ( Vinyl) (Arotn Vinyl) (Vinyl 4-Ply)
thing to remember is keep that left leg stiff. Boy did I Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts both here and overseas. i I

crack up. I couldn't bend that knee if I had to." Now, Bill James' barber shop in Indian River City, has I

"But, I sure do miss the football days. Just, working competition. The Torch Club and the Barber Shop will This Is Britain's first and only sports car with American automatic NO MIDDLEMAN SAVE FROM
around the club and restaurants we meet a lot of fellows be battling for local titles as headquarters for ,
who went to school maybe at Florida, and the first thing sports / transmission. So smoothly and easily, doe it handle, once around $15 TO $30 OFF COST!

ya know, we're talking about football. the block,and you may be travel' hooked never to return I Automati

If sports fans can remember and they're versed on Flor MONEY caHy, It', now the first real sports car
ida football. D'Agostino played on the first Gator Bowl anyone can drive. Tempting i ARO Convertible Tops are made to Detroit

Championship team, winning over Tulsa University, 1312. price, too. Specifications All Guaranteed
D Agostino said messing up his knee was his first big For Extra FastSERVICE. BORROW PAYMENT ,

mistake married,in now May., he's taking even another big step, he' getting . -$150.00$300.60: t$$11.75 l.4 $$2854 I Some As Long as 36 Months!

Greene, who is D'Agostino's partner at the 'Torch Phone 267-4331 14S0.00 UOIM ;I S2UJ$3U' a,, e .aaa144ar sues a.w..ekf
Club,,'* was a Navy career man, and also an ex-amateur Loins Up. T. $400 WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE

Born In Stigler, Oklahoma, Greene is a retired submarine
petty officer, and received 11 medals and 7 com- Southern Loan Company 1208 Hopkins Titus-rill 267.6404

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1 Tltusvlll! (Plorldi) Star Advocate' Monday March 2,19(4' 4-H Clubs Attend TrailerBurglarized Senator Parrish
BANKERContinued Damages HeavyIn Utility
Fair In Orlando To Address P.T.A.

( From Page 1) I I Saturday was Youth Day at Senator Bernard Parrish will
I 19 Firms Chartered In Brevard Reserve Bank. Two-Car CrashA the Central Florida Fair and all b<5 the guest speaker at the
Erevard 4-H Clubs went to Orlando Wh'sptrln' Hills Elementary
He Is author of the publication two car crash occurred Sun- A breaking and entering of a
School P.T.A.
on the bus. meeting tonight
Nineteen firms chartered Urevard Camel ConstructionCo. Society Inc.. l incorporated "The of the U. trailer reported to the
wcie was known WI History day at 3.53: p.m. on S. 1 near utility was at 7:0.:::
The members took sack
in Bre-vard County by Sucre-: ,. 210 South W8shln toll. 50 at Cocoa Booth. Its purpose! is flanking Laws of Florida." the intersection: of Florence St. a Sheriff's office yesterday! by
Patrons of the
lunch which they ate at the fair. school as well
tary of State" Tom Adam dur shares of common tock of no promotion! of anthropological Statewide he is extremely wcjl) No one was seriously injured Buddies were assigned to stay Robert Caver of 403 Key Largo as members, are invited to hear
I ing the past week Eight; of tho! par value, dealing in construction ftudirs. Subscribers are Dr. b'lt both vehicles received heavy Oitve.
known for his services on the together while at the fair. Senator Parrlah': timely re
firms, ore engaged in construc but mess. Incorporators arc Chdrltun W. Tebeau chairmanof damage.The The trailer located south of
of Control, the Stite arrival, the wentto
tion business and three in real Burt Cast Don Williamson and the History Dept at the University State accident occurred as both Upon group State Road on Old County Dump
estite Jack Freed all of Titusville. of Miami, J. Floyd Monk Iload Board, the Florida Development autos were going north on US 1 the grandstand to see a special the road was broken into sometime Abbott Lab Man To
Only one is located in North The Florida AnthropologicalCOFFEE of Miami and Cliff E. Mattox, Commission and the and a 1959 Chevrolet station program presented by within the past few weeks: when
president of Research Corp, Goveinor's Advisory! Committee waeon driven by Frank Tate of FSU Circus. The youngsters approximately, $200 worth of Speak To Nurses
,.. Cocoa Oeach Melbourne struck another enjjycd the many rides affordedand miscellaneous (items taken,
v -. -- In (the Spice Age Education vehicle : A rcpiescntative from Abbott
\ > the strange sights lining the
Study. lie is a member of and driven by Joseph Kerney including some> cash. Laboratory will be the guest
midway along with !the many
Elks To NominateOfficers extremely active in the Florida of La from the rear as Kerney interesting: exhibits.ENVELOPES Sst; Pete Wlsby conducted the speaker at the Tuesday evening
Council of 100. He is past president was slowing down to make a preliminary investigation and meeting of the District 39 Florida -
: for the: coming year of the Orange( County Bar< left turn. reported entry was gained by Association
wlI, nominated tonight at a Association, the Greater Chart- Sgt. Jerry E Eads investigated Business Sizes prying the door open. Investigation The meeting will be held in
meeting of the Elk Lodge. her> of Commeice, the Orlandb the accident and charged Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp is now being conducted by the Frendship room at First Fid-
Election of officers will beheld Rotary Club, the Country Tate with failure to have his vehicle !- fur mailmj.: Full stock at Stare Aqcnt Leif Larson of the Sher oral Savings and Loan Association
k I' March 10 of Orlando. Chi under control. Advocate iff's office. building at 8 p.m.
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BREAK Members of the Titusville Fire Dept.
Auxiliary Mrs. Lillian Miller, (left) and Mrs. Dan Keif-
they served coffee to E. A. Smith of Smith Funeral Home
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Nosing i AroundBy Star-Advocate
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For NB 4-H ClubsArea
( Bob Hudson)
The Vole of 25,000 North Brnard County Residents
Got wind of some nice trips ing forward to their return so we Events Day forth* Noith dub lu, compete in Area Evens!
coming up by local residents can hear about the tiips Section B TITUSVILLE, FLORI-DA-MONDAY. MARCH 2, 1964 p 0.1-1'- Brtvard: County! 4.11 Clubs will buy i when the demon !rail >to
to various areas overseas -------- -- ---- be held on March 7th, beginningut will t b": judged and nbtxnj,

but they've asked that we makeno "My wife has the worst habitor 8:30: a m at the Coquina Elementary awarded to tie winners
comment right now Seems staying up until one and two IIDeath Of f A Salesman" School on Jupiter SL The torts from Coquina| School
ei though they'd prefer to talk o'clock In the rooming and I Lifesaving TechniquesClass The three best individual demonstrations 4//.1-: Club are tilting as hosts ,sea
can't break her of It." and the three best tuba year and cordially inn III all
about their: trips upon their return '
-- they don't want to "she "What is she doing all that Rehearsals Underway team demonstrations: each; in a parents and Interested person
notice to would.be thieves to time?" Here March 5 <
let them know their houses arc 'Waitirg for me to come Re>K, i r Diohan Mask>> and11.1n1l1a.'r ultimately\ tragic: story uf f a 111.111sel.pt.'d ,hn ell flllm each local! school Wa)"
empty and will be for several home" : in the go.getter 1l01I\1"1\ I
Due to the popularity of the aa\ ing! Techniques of mouth to president, announce
weeks. the classes recently on the Life mouth rcjusitation and external I dll'arsab are. presently under who never got beyond> his own NevI Books AI! Public Library
C n't blame them at all Hopeall A young dentist name Fiddle Pettis, \\\IY for Death of A Salesman," daydream world. The drains .
Refused to his degree Heart inaMige by Ray of his downhill struggle is the
those planning on trips will a two act drama Ly Arthur Mil
use tome precautionary meas ; Golden Years Aiiitullufril: Extension.. Service 1 h5i i that will open at the Titus- hcartwrenching di ina of wishful I The Ml,mini. Be'\v' Imoks ha\e c'lifd, b/, Dudley Seers Milk
urea telling the police they're He !said, "It's enough to be Fid bat"'tLeader, requests for stile l.Igh School Auditorium on dreamers everywhere This! horn iceoived: ut the Tilmvilli Gins AlcCsrrly Bdkmp
going! stopping; their papers and die ooh r programs have been: coming March :JO! ) ,md 21, at 8:00: pin, Pulitzer prim winning play KH Public Library, tepoiti Mrs Juvenile\

milk delivery, etc XVI:hout being Fiddle, Club To MeetAll in.The and a matinee on March 22 at already In the! taken written a literature permanent place. Jean, SvvkUiniki, librarian: Phoebe .nd the MacFairti

Just one word we're look. DD" !Home Demonstration Office 2:30: p.m, I Adult mystery by Donald C. Barrie
persons sixty yeprs of age\; has been fortunate to secure I Hiding the cast will be At Time of Understanding!(, selected The son of Roland by Eleanor
Here a poem, "Senior Adult", which was submitted by Ruby and over are Invited to attend the'ml'eting Mr 1'itt.s. for further classes, Elmore as Willy Loman, Bitty HAPPYBIRTHDAY by Helen Ferris, Dividend!! Her- Clar; Judy North, Drum
Cook, 3154 Bryn Mawr Drive: of the Golden Years Clubon Kidd ai his wife Linda, Reggie
classes lilt by Hans[ hpeie-i. Ixxikmg Majorette by Carol Mow
schedule for these
How' do I know that is all ? the Woman and the
my youth spent Thursday morning at ruiiain and! Pat Gordon!( as their Outward Years of crisis at About Dams by .Mabel Harmcr
Well, my get up and so has got up and( went. 's Club on Hopkins, across i follows) : ,eons| B:ff and Happy Supporting Tuesday, March 3 the United Nations! bv Acll'il E Wonderful :,tuff ,- the story of
But In spite of it all, I am able to grin, fm the A and P store
Match roles will be Mar-
Thursday afternoon portrayed by Carlos Catlik Steven-ton.; Willow Hill by ('11) I. clay by Solveig Paulson Russell:
When I think where my get up has been. Coffee will be served at 9.30, 5th, the program will be Iop..n.. ion Ti"ppir, Roger Drohan, Walter Virgil::, D.) Conkling hi A, Whitney; Ghost City Cain C..iMren. of Russia by Harrison!
followed by games. All persons sored by the Indian River City Fantcm, Phil. Cash, Kay Mrs Joe King bier by Church Stanley; Johann ( Salisbury; India in pictures-
Old age is golden, so I've heard said, with birthdays in :March\ will be' home Demonstration Club, Indian n.iin Milva Cummins and Sara Charles A. holler Sebastian Mach: by C Sanford Visual Geography\ Sciles
Cut sometimes I wonder, when I get into bed. honored .
homemakers lieu) I. Duntor b Wanda Wyck-
River City Young : Mrs James Males) Iriryimlov; Episode by Ell Pot
Robin 1 t. i Bear by Jeffrey
With my ears in a drawer and teeth In a cup. The club ts sponsored by the and Scottstnoor: Home off Geller,
My\[ eyes on the table, until I wake up. Woman's Club of Titusville, Inc, Wednesday, March 4 trot : The black stall ion by WaU..rFarh..y
Demonstration Club. The time Uiatli of a Bailsman", tho The Sl nlIe Utablithment; by One O'clock hitter by
Ere sleep dims my eyes, I say to myself: and is a project of the community :
will be (tom 1S0: prn in the 1"1 of Ionian life I Is the .
Is there anything elee I should lay on the shelf? affairs committee of the club. i v Willy Ilubbv PriceWoodrow Joseph\ S. Clark end( other) Senatori Wilfred McCormick; Francis
I am happy to say, as I close the door, It meets on the first and third Community Rom of the Citizens peirnant; sometimes! : humorous, ) Whidden The long.sludowed forest Scott Key by Lillie Pattenon;
My friends are the same, only perhaps more. Thursdays of the month from Bunk nf Titusville Beth Miller by Kelt !Hoover; The first: day How can I find out by Mary M.
October through May It is urged: tiiat; homemakers, 70 From County MM Ralph Eaves, Jr of Friday' by Honor Tracy, Sea\ Bongiorno': A bundle of sticks by
Mrs D, P Burgess Chillenjie the of Katherine Evans Arthur and
Whfn I was young, my slippers were red, fiosi! ( involved In law enforcement Attend Demo Dinner pie voyage ;
Wallace D. Freeman Magellan by Eloise! Bngle: Cuba t the golden guinea
I could kick up my heels, right over my head. AT CELIS PINE HOME:
vork, fire department
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When I grew older my slippers were blue, Seventy Brcvard Demounts,
Dut still I could dance the whole night through. Mr and Mrs Edward Finch work and any type of rescue North I I
Now I am old, my clippers are black, and friends, Miss Ix>la Dittenher work attend this! program. A Including a number fro) < .
1 walk to the store and puff my way back. and Glenn Springer, cf St Louis, film on "The Pulse Of Life' Urn'aril, attended the big fund
Mich, arc now at their home in will. be shown, and a demonstration ruining dinner, at which President 't
The reason 1 know now my youth is all spent, iKlespinc, !U. 2, Tilimille, foi on MJuth.To.Mouth Rcsus Lyndon B Johnson spoke, VAt.. \]\:v
My get up and go, has got up and went a short vacation, citation and External Heart Thursday night In Miami Beach KNOwNM '
But I really don't mind when I think with a grin, Massage will be given on a life- The county's representation THE FRESH NEW LOOK
Of all the grand places my get up has been MICHIGAN GUESTS sized dummy, Everyone in attendance boats: nil past records of attendance .
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs should actually practice at similar events and surpassed -

Since I have retired from life's competition, Clara M. Branch were their these techniques under the the committee's expectations THAT LASTS
I bus,' myself with complete repetition: cousins, Mr and Mrs, George supervision of Sir Pettis, who according to Charles Maxwell .
I get up each morning, dust off my wits, Rcnorrfs, and friends Jlr and was trained by Dr Jude of John of Cocoa Death: a memberof I J
Pick up my paper and read the obits Mrs. Ted Flood of Mears, Mich.. Hopkins( and has his approvalfor the dinner executive commit ; 65% KODEL* POLYESTER 35% COTTON
If my name is missing I know I'm not dead and Mr, and Mrs Frank Lowrieof teaching; these techniquesPlan tee Thirty attended I the din- I ,

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Pegs 2-B Tltuivlll (Florida! ) Stir Advocitt Monday, Marsh J, W4STARADVOCATE'S nf'TITf" 7/AMP' '
L IN Tiir': inriiT roi' RT. :S1'lTIf.II I' 1 Ctirtl R. Barnai PIIre M, ""oyu" rnonfy, FtnrMs.lublle ,
w -- -- r i UI( I tie IIIIH IT Or rlOHIIItIN Clark of the Clrmilt Court, In Itncori) end you are required TO WHOM IT SIAM CONCERN
MISTER BREGER \M>> FOR HKFVtKD COlVtV and For Brerard County to serve a copy of your answer Notice It hereby liven that we
(in\srrK. >II. sins: Florida or other deMntlv" oleidln. t l., ROBERT E. BTAPLETON. By H C. Russell DC Complaint on ruintlff attorney, the Circuit Court of Brevard CountyFlorida ,
Plaintiff Gordon V. Frederick ELTON H. SCHWARZ. P O Box the flctltloua name of
Attorney for Plaintiff J<':8, 820 Denver Avenue Stuart ":U'PERIOU' JANITORIAL. SERVICB'
s BARBARA E. ITAPLETON, 110 Bait Commercial Street Florida\ and file the original answer under which w* Intend titcarry .
Crossword Puzzle s Defendant Suite :3 Kirk Plata or defeoJlv pleading In the *ffle* on our bualnei, agreeable
:NOTICE 91' aiir P O. not 1780 of the Clerk of the Circuit Court I to the law of Florida
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO Sanford Florld, 327T1 Tltu.vllle, Florida. on or before the JOHN: L. TSW
ACROSS 43. Examlna18..Roman u I BARBARA E. STAPUETOV Ftp: 17, 24, Mar, 2. 9 <> 1. Tray tor tlOD money' r a rent Neitrt' Free Street to do ... a Deere" Pre Confeeea will CrefloB. Brewer Holland"
type: DOWN 21. Place Irontan, Ohia IN: THIS tlHCHT COIRT OK TILE:. be taken .,.1..1. you for the relief Attorney at Lawp.
O Bo* ShSTltuivllle
NINTH JIDICItl CIKCtir litKI.OHIDt preyed for in the Complaint
print. 1. Procre 24. Old I A Sworn Complaint having been IN ,'M> KB BRrV The real property belaej foreclosed. Florid
S. Bird'beak 2. Skin Chll i.! r Q Court flied aialnit and for you Br In,vircl the County circuit I11US ('UI'JOoTY. upon la altuate lyln and being In Feb. 10. 17 24, Mar. 2 (Mon) lOfll
lu ( II ,\N.1t Y Ml tlilUt''' Krevard Courtly, Florida and I I.
8. Placed at a disorder u
klng. a I'lorl Aillowi
I Nestles Or IIT described ai : twlt
focus 3.Droop dam r .. 1 11 She short. tltl of eels action) being FIRST MORTGAGE COUP. OF Lot 1 Block CC Bows tiardena.
10. To revoke: 4. Elevated 25. Cram- r rt ROBERT B TAPLTOM plaln-. VEKO BEACH a Florida corpora Section C-1, Brevard County,
VI thereof
ulna Plat recorded
Jaw tralna at per
12. R.splr.tmy a.Formal 26.pus Mother: n r 1 F H 7 V F 14 cause. Defendant and requdes., tbeie you prcieoU to art file .1 Plaintiff.DESIONKD Public: In Plat r.OOko:3.: Pace Brevard 60 N t '

wrltttn d.f...... If the
dane"l chUd' your any
organs ,
County IlorldaDONH I
1e ffJ1t 1y : HOMKrt, INC. a Florida
Complaint filed berets and to .
13.Let 6.Notlon term AND ORDERED B.I Tltuavllle. -
corporation et ,
Teeterd.r', Laweldred n serve a copy thereof upon Plaintiff
: : t Florida lull 7th day ofFebruary.
14. .
One hun T. Children's 21. Surface attorney on or before the 20th day Defepllente.TO 1964.CURTIS .
aq game hollow: 35. An elm or .f March A D im, otherwise a ARTHUR F. BECK
Decree. Pro Confeaio will be enur residence unknown R, BARNES
: f1C meters :LApURude: :: ol. 8D11Ule ".D ?d>fSR ed against you and the cause. proceed D H. CLARKE Clerk of the Circuit Court
15.To s by. 2&In. ex parts.WITNE55 Boston, Mm. By: V. 8. IIp..I.rCot.'Jlt1'
a as time 11. Merited sane with : my Hand and official Tou are hereby notified, that a Deputy' Clerk -
a 18.Babylonian rewards: 29.AdroIt solemn leal at Tltuavllle.. Bravarcl County Complaint baa been. filed s.aln.t ( SEAL) "When a man answers the
Florida' til.*.. 141 h day of February. Feb 10,,17. 21. Mar 2 (Von) 1964.
city poeUo 30.Cere. wonder : I you Ie the above styled Court for phone he reaches fora pencil ;
17.16.Wlnlsll monies 38. Caress 4 H A.D. 1W4 I i foreclu.ure of that Mlale I1In.Ia. "
) Classifieds!
Read for chair.
I (COUNT SEAL) recorded.. In official record book 21l.! a oman reaches a
Christian 11.J'ru1t ot 12.Looks 39. Female --

Andersen the rose aekaDce sheep

19.N oU1'1.l1ec: .! i'4 ARE YOU PONT EVER; DO THAT BOV/IS = I I
2.Truste4( I Z 3 I. 5 6 17 8 '" j '

rope ) 10 II krr Ds'"a ,vAN wn.l k'. w WHIPPED CREAM SET \IT.'/


harvests: :: II. I:' "Sorry to bother you, Mac but I was trying to get CREAM ON
24.Court OUR CEREAL a i .
note out -
,+ your .
28.Son: Scotch

prey I
28. Coneollda.tion /16 11' 16 I'

Franklin's mother was horrified Send them to her in care of this
aQ.a1 u
31. Goddess ofdestruction and phoned at 7:30: this newspaper enclosing a itamped,

32. Secular :: n + '" morning to see how he was Well, self.addresed envelope. VN IIO

33.Roman he is still in bed and it is noon 1A
r TIIK': ('llIn'I1' ant nr or '
Z. 1.1 11 2Pg 10 TUB
"II" :: Ills mother is worried that he INTH Jtimiti: ciK('tir iMI >

g: Dissolved JI.I Jl. II may become an alcoholic. May : KK HttrVKI lOl'NftTATK
: ft" e'LONIO\ "'
Likely we hear: from you? A POUNDOF CIIANc..eY NO tin7.NITIC ". 'aC
37. Watered 5t >> : ; I d PREVENTIONDear ETOAPPPIHAVIi; "
auk itr.rr.w: .
38. Small 3T 31 59 Pound: I don't think JOHN K. Sl'AKKS, '' II'O III''' WHY WOULD ANYONE WANT II a HEY DGT! LOOK ATt

flycatcher Franklin's mother has much to v., Plaintiff i I'' ib'' TO TAKE VOUR GLOVES ? Irk MY LONG ARM5 '

40. Change 40 41 1 about. r NATALTA TAMARA BPAXK4. f :c LOIS, MY GLOVES ARENT t \
41. Pitchers worry Defendant, IN THE DRAWER WHERE .
42. Affirma- From your description of the The Slat of Florida ,v. I
1 U ; TOt Natalya Tanara flparkiHIOO I LEFT THEM.
ttve ; shambles, I'd be willing to bet Steffana Avenue ",

votes ..; Franklin won't touch a drop fora Lincoln Park, Ohio:: '
long time. SPARKS, are hereby notified that
a Complaint for divorce has been r
filed agalait you. and you are) r#. I a
Dear Ann Landers: I quit high Xulred to nerve a copy of your TNEY MUST 111
or Pleading; to t
school to take a job when I was plaint: to the plaintiff attorney BE THERE-

: Ann Landers 17. I know it wag foolish, but Harbor the Law City Office Professional of Qarretl D. Quick, LOOK AGAIN!

that $00 a week looked like a DO* Harbor City Boulevard.: 1' :n'T'
tic. Bow lass Eau 'Clalllo., riorldi
million dollars to me. My dad and to' file the original Aniwer' af
Pleading In the Office of the Clerk s3
died when I was 12 ind mom
Choir HankyPankyDear of Circuit Court on or before the t
has had a rough time bringing up ID day of March 19*>4, '9
four kids alone. Pro Conf..o. will be catered. afalyon.

My "mUlion dollar job" ended Tkl. Notice .hall be publl.hatf, o 0 eo o PUT MR.ABERNA7HX We'RE "J..WEABERNATHYS DOME BELIEVE }ll\'

after four once a week for four con.eoutlV/ cop peeD HAVIW3 A BLIZZARD. THERE9 e\ IN DISAPPdNTINO VOUNG tADIES.e, ; 4a
months when the shop > PROMISED o e
: like to know whether should week In lb. Tltuivllla Star Advocate J FOUR FEET OF SNOW ON THE e'r-r JIL .t JLL >> I tV.l'ei'S. I '*
closed! I've been out of work Tltuivllli, rinrlila. I'DTAKE *
strong I to our clergyman. A DONE: AND OUDFUFD In Tltulvllle )'OU FORA ep o GROUND! a t aileD e o :n'o( ; 00 0ep
for almost PONtWORRXMY .
two d .
years. My name { e e
hanky PERSON Brevard County, Florida, this I
: is registered at 21 places. Every. 7th day of February! 1964 J COUINTRYE op ,_ PEAR.IPIPNTKNOWyOLR. '
I church Dear Person: Cut cut the de. CURTIS R, RARM\ 1 e
one says "We'll call you" but CLERK OF CIRCUIT COUR
except work and keep eyes on has By V. H, S pannier J
nobody called. The only
be a hymn book Sister. Clerk 4
jobs available for a girl whudoesn't (Court *
The Feb. 10, 17, 24. Mar 1 (Mon,) 1M4IN )-
have a high school diploma
32 Dear; Ann Landers: I am so is housework and I hateit. TilE riHClIT COURT OP TUBNINTH :

writing! I don't know what to JIDiriAl: riKCVIT, INAM
) KK IIHrVtnit: COUNTY: cz
for this Last night was our 20th rioitii
and anniversary. We had I would like to go back to high tIMMtKT' NO Viol mNOTICK ; I

school end graduate but I'm 10 J 111filly S 3 .
guests in for a catered din.
by a years old now and I'm afraid Plaintiff A
My. husband get so plaster. .v. m '
this I'll look like a freak to the kids KENNETH B 8MALLWOOtDefendant> : 'CtAD10H t7KE THAN WHY Ia 1
; that when the guests began '
who 14 and
IV I'd
leave hewent the front : B BMALUWOOO
(to if they made fun of me. Please 107 Gray Avenue CHICKCNANDWILDRICP.19 PREPARED INDIAN PISHES. OIpINDIANId J

put on his coat and hat tell me what to do. ANOTH. (Leonard! mo.' DELICIOUS! FROM
thing c/o Idell fix Ji
started to CO: home with hit OLD INDIAN HE v Jj
The and dad. that a Complaint for Divorce, baa ; cAH'rel JJ
Dear Ann; I can't think ,of a been filed .,aln.I you la the akove-
who is : Franklin is not what you would entitled Court by Tukl ,"'ov.IImallwood. ,
than better way to Invest one year. Plalnlllf la the, aioveatyled m mm
a drinking man. The last cauiiej, and you are hereby 11 wf' J
do not ) GO. Girl. You'll never regret ordered and directed to file, your l/ .i .
; he was intoxicated was sev appearance, answer or other plead- m Nwa
it. There are night school courses logs to acid Complaint either
peraanally -
parked years ago when he had too and correspondence courses but or by attorney. In' She Of J JI
flee of the Clerk I of the abovlyledO
three wine. returning full time is best Court, or by serving .n .n.wer o. I

him Our friends are'not heavy Today the demand Is for skill' .whose. E. addreea Pitta. Plaintiff la P. 0 i, Box attorney\ 246, Kli Y e

sings A few of the men got ed people. A high school dip Satellite:: Beach. Brevard County, 3,
Florida, on or before the 1] ley of
What feeling good but Franklin was loma Is essential! if you are even March. 1J64. otherwlae said, om.

only one noticeably under tu get a foot in the door any you plaint and will Bald| be caui taken* shall.. confessed pr.aM by la

group? influence. To be the only place. final hrarlne!
,,i a pl'non) at :a party is bad Clerk of Circuit Court b

but when one Is the Ann Landers will be glad to BY"Urputy V j H. Spongier Circuit Court Clerk .' 1 \ ?S e 1r w

it Is indefensible. help with problems. COURT SEAL)
l ---- you your _)'eb 10. IT 24. Mar 2 (Moa. ) 1364
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Will Exhibit Ar at t the New. Y rk', World Fats Park: will perform followed ty
", March 1, W4 Trhmllle (Florida) Her Anheufe Fate J
Florida Colleges UniversitiesTo Sunday afternoon's Festival wiU a concert by thr Central Florida
Sidewalk Festival feature a musical: and dramatic Community Orchestra. Jendorn

in the Park, bringing Productions< of the V. Inter Park
Be Featured At Fair Exhibit Gloria Cbnz: 115 Brown Ave., togcthtr program all the artx Riperto > Fu.itre, will\ produce
will exhibit at Winter ParkaFilth
Home Building i i Sparks; NB Annual Suleunlk Art Festival The Bullet Royal of Winter a scene mmi' 'Koy/ d Qu pnl""

Brevard Junior College along: Tcrby Palm Beaih an executive
to be held March 6, 7 und 8. I
with ether junior colleges and of the Flonda World's Fair
She will join over 500 other
universities in the State of Florida Authority.
will' be featured at the artists from 5i Florida cities as r WE HAVE TOST0VP

Florida Pavilion of the New Tides well as from several other Mates WEYI fM ; \ M Chinch
Week ,
Permits i Past and Canada. School cluldcrn's
YOlk Worlds Fair in a special Low
display on higher education.The High rxhih.ts include thoik\ of aver D 7NBugs

exhibit will consist of a Tuesday, Much 3 12,000 student .

series of 20 light boxes in which Painting, sculpture!, graphic, 'F164 Fungus :
Residential permits, 47 of Office. with North Brevard having one 11:57: a.m. 5:54: a.n\
I them, accounted for the bulk of The weeks total figure was of its better weeks in recent are pictured, in color, several p.m. 6:13: pm photography and traits will be Worms

the past week's building[ permit $73,233.!) And the new homes months, 14 new homes Included views of an institution of higher judged! for over $3300 in rash I
business in the County Zoning portion madcup $593,780 of that, in the week's activity. learning in Florida. Wednesday. March 4 prizes. The top works in point '' Fertilization

The commercial permit business The exhibit on higher educa 12:31: a.m. 6:37: a.m. ing, oil; painting an\' medium I + tw '. Ls
was very slow, good .for tion is being coordinated by TV 12'38 p.m 6:59: p.m. and( sculpture will be displayed wwSAVp4

Telephone Dial Is Most "WorkedOver" only a total $69.000 on two per - -

I mits. J..II. (

Face In Town, Says Blumer sprinkled Miscellaneous with swimming permits, pools well, r t

as well as routine repairs, ad
How faces do "work for it confused with
many you operator
ditions. etc., added up to $76,453.:
over" in a day Is it yours the letter 0".
These included one swimming
with makeup or, as the case may
Be sure to dial all the digitsin pool permit for $15,000 for the
be, a shave. According to Pat
the telephone number you are Embassy Apartments on Mer-
Blumer, Southern Bell's manager
calling and avoid adding extras. ritt Island.
: for Titusville, the most
3. When dialing, pull the Heading the North Brevaid t
"worked over" face in town
the telephone's."Try licit: all the way to the finger residential permit participationwere
stop, then let it return at !its nor six permits for $15,000 Bob White

counting the number of mal speed. each or a total of .$90,000 issuedto t

times a day you reach for the Robera Evans, 1413 Oak Terrace SLICED
6. When placing a DDD-direct 000
telephone dial to call the drug Titusville, for construct STOakS
store, a friend, a business con distance dialing call ion in Shady Oaks No. 4 sub

tact, your husband or wife," A. Dial the access number, 1 division. 1Lb. Pkg.

said Blumer. B. Next. For calls Inside W. C. Alexander: Box 314 Tl- + ,v
"The daily load of !Iccal calls ,_
code, ahead r
your area just go tusville, was issued three .
permits ,
for Tltuslvlle is IOOO," he said. and dial the number a s., ..K .
you want ,. for $11,300: $12,000and
"And the! long distance traffic is otto i 1 ,
All digits For calls
seven $13.700 far homes also in Shady
REG. 79' W-O
4,256 calls a day. side area code, dial the r
your Oaks No. 4.

Blumer noted that all of this area code number different Lewis and Drown, Inc, 149 ? Corned Beef. Lb.59t

calling meant a lot of dialing. from yours +
Tuscarora Rd., Indian River r REG. ALL MEAT
"The pressures of a busy day C. Then dial the photo num. City, received a pair of permits y r : p
with other calls to make some. ber wanted for $7,000 each for ,homes on Copeland Franks u>. 49'REG.
times result in the wrong digit Travis Street at Scottsmoor. '
dialed and the wrong number D. Blumer advised what to do Cay Construction Co., Box 89, SWIFT PREMIUM

reached," h' said if you reach a wrong number 498, Indian River City, was issued a I Kosher Franks Lb 59
when making a DDD call Ask
an $3,800 and
a $11,700 per
He mentioned several
waysto the person who answers what mit for homes in Port St. John.
help solve this problem and have reached and the
city you '
still place calls quickly! telephone number. Hang up. A single permit went to Kenneth If flHJMBTtfiPBn i fiJMHT : oTid

I 1. Listen for the dial tone be Then dial "operator"! and give W Landrum, N. Folsum It 1 Dhlle porting Dlnne I DLN 00,1111\1 Cinnamon,
Road, Minis, in the amount of
fore dialing a number.
her this information. Even if "
$11,300 for new home on that ;. .
are unable to learn what city you A
2. Be sure you have the right road
have reached, let the operator i
12.Ct, a-Ct.
number. Look it it you're
up know you've been connected Titusville Tile and Terrazo received r 10J 29J
uncertain. It wiu save time in with the wrong number. the North Brevard single r Pkg I Pkp

the long run. commercial permit issued, a AS REGULARLY 2 FOR 251 I REGUTARLY 334

3. Bo suie to dial a number "Remember," said Blumer, $14.000 one for a commercial ... .... ...
\ -
and not a letter the letter "you won't be charged for the building in Mims Business Park. U.JW.J. '; I r'b. ,:' ; ;- ,..I.--: I

"I" is often mistaken for the unintentional call, it you reportit J. W. Childie, Titusville, was r
number "1" and toe big 0" immediately to the operator." listed as the builder ',. ?. :(t EXTRA FANCY GOLDEN (or)

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TRANSMISSION SERVICE Do It Your,1f and 5hll CONN ORGANS oooo TMHU MAHCH 4rn r'v..,
Control I Florld.'s Old..t end Ex Central FIa's. Lerguf Stack I' I. n( i I Ieluelre 32 rlIi / a 0 ..t'' ,.,
Autometle Trensmlnlon Asphalt, Vinyl, Plutle Cork Tlloa ""f("IjGU : 4

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S.lea i Senici llrtaarlet Cu.lom M.tI. ClOOD TH"U MUCH afNAT
aYee Decontlbe aervlaRrhre Johnnq Gentile's ANY WIHH-DIXlf
7s JiL ,
Z4. leans St. Orlando COVERINGS, INC. .
:glue N. unoae Orla.do 1-3481 Edab t Yon 6 $1
Quality Used Imparts Pot P PIES
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W. guy 5.11, and Trade Anythlnt 0

AUTO SALES A SERVICE FURNITURE Guns, TV, Camnaa, Redta' etc, 50 Extra Top Value Stamps.I'
1122 W. Church Orlende, GA S-4OIS COUPON AND PURCHASE ) MORTON :
H A V E R.T, Y. S I"
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r 54 Store guying Power
Saves You Mera LAKE BARTON Coconut Cake Blueberry PleF iY 3 9,
Iiollom Trail
411 N. Orange 100 Mlles Free DIII..r PET SHOP Oaaa TMea MACM afMAT
GA 5.2611 Low Eaay TIm fJlJ tl ANY WINN DIXIE
Dodge D.t Dodg. Trucks n"ph Mxn A )'rl. xuet III a t P M. '= Fr. Colored Chicks 74 f I 4THWIMN -
Flat J.glllr 3 Mereeda.gma t21 N. Or.ng, Orlend, CH 1.5311 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU MARCH .
Fer Easter alt'. sisals I".. CO.V..M" .late
"We S.rvlce What We S.II"LOANS 5'1'_ I. Colonial Dr, Orlando .

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MARQUEES PATIOS to SeIIr or I.f you are .t. a,

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P.\3' 2-8 -- -- Tltutvlll (Florid ) Stir Advotttt Monday, March JW4' I FTcTTT1nt"S wtv0R '
... I'S' Till': ( lRft IT ('O'-RT. SI"ITII I.'Curtle R. Rrrnoe PlarR e,. Wrrvnrif ronnlT. FlnrM', MAT CONCERN
-- ---- -- ------- ---- and arc required TO WHOM IT
JI01(111.I IlIt1 IT nt' 115)011)1 Clark 1)1 I h CII'ouU Court 1ft Tubllc Ktcord. you I that
MISTER BREGER --r I .1) tOR RItr."KD COt0Tt and For Brev.rd County, to nerve a copy of your answeror I Notice It hereby with given the Clerk we of
Intend to rrgUter
? ADVOCATE'S ( tHtsrrnt n. tmnKOBCRT FlorldaJoy other dcfentive pleading to said
: E. n. C. Ru..n. DC. Complaint on Plaintiff a attorney, the Circuit Court of Brevard County
.r r w erg Arr I sTAFLETOX.Plaintiff Gordon V. Frederick ELTON If BCHWARZ. P. O BonS028 I 'eil'PERTOR 1 the JANITORIALcSERV..

.v*. Attorney for Plaintiff S20 Denver Avenue Stuart, !' !
BARBARA E. BTAPLETON 110 Haat Commercial Street Florida, and file the original anewer ICE" under which we Intend >"II
Crossword Puzzle Defendant Hulte 2 Kirk PlaiaP or deferulve pleadlni la the efflee I enrrr. on our business, agreeableto
II .
XOTICB: ..r Mir O. BOX 1TMHanforct of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. the laws Dt Florida.JOHV
t Ns THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO Florid, 37771 Tliuivllle, Florida, on or .before the :- L TRW!:
ACROSS 43.Examlna.o 1$. Roman //1 u BARBARA E. ITAPLETOIOn Feb. 17. 24. Mar. 2. t IMon( ) 19C4. 13th day of March 1W4. If you fall ARTHUR A. RICH
1. Tray for Von money I J< A 111_ Ncrth! Pint KtreetIroalea to do ae, a Decree Pro Coafeeeo will C...".., Brewer *. HolhtadAttorneye
type: DOWN 21. Place I OhioA iv THIS: cikCHT COURT or TUB: be taken actlnit. you for the relief at LawP.
\I'TH.UIU \L Complaint. O. Box MSTltuavllle
N tlrUllr OK" preyed for la the
print. Prorr"l :Ie. 01<1 ; I 1 Sworn. Complaint having been .ORII'Dr AMI: KIR IIKk'; The real properly being foreclosed Florid
5. Blrd'i beak 2. Skin Oin. T fl c I J8'I' court filed against Iu and. for you Breverd In the County Circuit, 'Mil 401'>TY. upon la situate, lying and being In I'eb. 10. IT. 2... Mar. 2 (Mon.) 19HI.

O. Placed at a disorder ktAg. A + '-' I Florida. In Chsever. for Divrws. ( \MkKV Ml. niM. Brevard Court, Flurlda and la
I .. said jNiiru or .IIT described aa fbllowe. : twit:
the short It of actio. bring
focus 3.
Droop clorn"
FIRST MORTGAGE CORP. or Lot 1 Block CC. Bowe Gardens
10. To revoke: 4.Elevated 23. Orant. "' :j ti s.sr.C ROBERT tiff U.: BARBARA II IIT.t.PLJTON.E.: OTAPLE'ala- VURV! BEACH a Florida corporation Section C-1. Brevard County,
law trams Florida, a. Per Plat thereof recorded
pun TON Defendant, there
pr..DU are
-5 Book 13, Page0,
12.Reeplratory I.Formal 26. Mother: o r U e to c.u. and, .quln you to file veDEIIIONKD Plaintiff. Public In Record Plat of Brevard
dances I your written defsaaa If any. I. the
organ in Complainnod" hrretn. and to !: HOMCff. INC. a FTor- County Florida I
13.Let &NoUon term at. DONE AND ORDERED!: at TIUuyule
thereof Pl.lntlfra I Ida corporation et ,
r.doIar" &a... serve a copy upon
Qr of
i Florida. this 7th. day
Defenilanta.TO .
i4.Onehun. ChUdren' 2T.lSlJrta.ee attorney on 0' before th. 20tb day
dredgq game hollow\ : 33. An elm! 01' If Marob. 11164. otherwise. a ARTHUR T. BECK February, 1964.CL'RTIS! .
: R.
Decree Pro Conte..o will be enter.sd realdence unknown
f1C meters !.Tenant blot maple y ptygk against you and the el1u. p.o- n. H CLARKE Citric of the Circuit Court
: 13.Topaaby. LApUtud.: 26.In. 36lrULe reed cc p.rt.. Boiton !!ol.... By V. a. Bpinfler

aUrne 11.l4ertted aline wtth WITNESS: my hand. end olllciol You are hereby notified that a Deputy ClerkCOVRT a
IS.Babylon1an rewards: 29.Adrolt solemn :! seal. .t Titusville. Ar.v..1(. County Complalat. baa beep tiled aialnat ( SEAL) "When a man answers!! the
Florida. 11th. lUll day, of Feb. 10. 17. 21. Mar. J Of on ) 1M4.
City poeUo 8 .C.re. wonder ) February ] you I la the above styled: Court for phone he reaches fora pencil;
monies 38. CareeeChrletlee / A,D. 1554. i I I forecloeure of that certain mortgage "
m FlnlsI1
17. Read Star-Advocate ClassLfiedi! reaches for a chair.
< (COURT SEAL) recorded In official record book 28J a
*1.Frultof! 32Looks a9. Female /

Andersen the roe uJuu1A:. sheep
20.Trulte4 I IZ I. 5 6 17 5 I '

22. :operty': ;' l,+ 10 II I WHIPPED CREAM SET IT.y


harvests: :. /L II "Sorry to bother you, Mac but I was trying to get I e CREAM ON

24.Court ,+ I IpreftJc your note( out ." OUR CEREAL
2& Bon: Scotch {
a. I 0
2S.Con.oUd&oI.I. /11 laUon 11 .

Franklin's mother was horrified Send them to her in care of thfe _
a 21 n
31.Goddea ofdeetructton and phoned at 7:30: this newspaper, enclosing a stamped,
.n- t IS morning to see how he was. Well, self-addresed envelope. v
32. Secular
he is still in bed and it Is noon .
33.Roman, .2. J 1 It at 3o ix' THH rears IT oi'Rr or
Ills mother Is worried that he '
AND KOK. MKhVtKIt ( O(' So
34.Dieaolved U. 7 T may become an alcoholic. Maywe 3 2
II. "
: CrATE: 0" K 1.0 KII) \ 1'11
38. Likely hear from you? A POUNDOF' tlltNCVMY NO. Rule 'CJI'Q 1,
3T.Watered It s J.allk NOTir -
38. BmalL ::51 ,3' S9CO. Pound: I don't think WHY WOULP-ANVDNE

flycatcher Franklin's mother has much to n Plaintiff =- l; Illp TO TAKE VOUR CLOVES ? a LONG< ARMS!
.Chang. 40 I ICl.l'ltchera about. NATAUTA TAMARA gPARKfl. 4 LOIS,W GLOVES ARENT '
worry DetendaeThe IN THE DRAWER WHERE .
From description of the Rial lit T'lorltla v I I r
(2.ftrma. 42 A3 your TO Natalya Tamara Sparks! I LEFT THEM II, w, L Oe ., '
shambles I'd be to bet "
willing 1000' Htetfan Avenue 1
votes i.1r Lincoln Park Ohio \ XJIl
Franklin won't touch a drop fora TOU. NATALTA TAMARA d1 r

long time. SPARKS are lure by notified that
a Complaint ,for divorce baa beer ,
filed. .,Ala.1 t you and you are rf* i e
Dear Ann Landers: I quit high aired:' to aerve a copy at yovr Tt+EyMUST 111
Answer or Pleading to the Corm
school to take a job when I was plaint to the plalnllft'. attorney gE THERE.
Landers ike Lair. Office ol larrett D. Quick.; LOOK AGAIN !
Ann 17. I know it wag foolish, but Harbor rhItlt Profeulonal CtnlArx l'll

1 that $80 a week: looked like a 90* Boulevard Pont Oil
floe Box 1210: Eau 'Qnlllo. Florida
million dollars to me. My dad and to file the original Answer .f
Pleading. In the Office of the Clara.. r / 3.3
died when I was 12 and mom
: Choir HankyPankyDear of Circuit Court on or "before the Il
has had a rough time bringing up 10 liar of March 1964.
four kids atone. Pro ConfeMo will be entered .Deer

My "million dollar job" ended Yon Tint. J'lotl. .h.n be publlaheeone. o UV.V.V &UT MR.ABERNATHX WE'RE J ,.WEABERNATHYS DONT BELIEVE
after four months when the ihop a week for tour coneecuttv6weeks I PROMISED >\Pflt $ 9 e. e
: like to know whether I should In the Tllusvllle Dtar Adve- .y FOUR FEET OF SNOW ONTHEGROUNDf ) o r(
closed. been out of T'DTAKE ): Vf 0OUFORA 1 e 5)e
< I've work gale TltusvHIe. Florlda.DONE 5) r .e. a sy nee. o a
strong I to our clergyman. A AND ORDKKKD: In Tltut.vllle. ere o oeo
> fcK5XR ell a s: i
for almost two d
PERSON years. My name Hrevanl County Florida Lhl. DON'TYVORRY e
; is registered at 21 places. Every. 7th day of February 14. tCITRTM >pgN7He/cri po a5) MY DEAR. a .
church Dear Person: Cut out the de. R. BARNES 1 COUNTRtlSH 0 eAREYOU
one says "We'll call you" but CLERK Of CIRCUIT COURT TODAY. except work and keep eyes on By V. 8. Spanitler ... e Cf / I e e a d e
nobudy called. The only
be Deputy Clerk i, I. t
u hymn hook Sister.
jobs available for a girl whudoesn't (Court Senl l
The Feb. 10. IT. 24. Mar. J (Mon.j 15CI.IN >- : -'!
have a high school diploma

32 }Dear; Ann Landers: I am so Is housework and I hateit. TIIR': CIHtflT COURT O* TUB! r

writing<< I don't know what to AND.MNTII KK JiriTMl IIHKV'tRIt flHClIT COU.XTI.: I* cz cz

for this Last night was our 20th MOIIIIM.CIMMI .
and We had I would like to go back to high :HV NO. hell .* : I
anniversary. NOTICR "
has school and graduate but I'm 19>> TUKIE INOVB 8MALLWOOD JZOLADVOU r
guests in for a catered din
old and I'm afraidI'll Plaintiff _
years now uiGO t
by a ,
My husband get so plaster. "
\1 this look like a freak to the kids KENNETH K. SMALLWOOI tIKErrrrwAs I DIDN'T lNOW)OUR IFWTAa WHY IQ 1

I that when the guests began who are 14 and 15. I'd just die Defendant. : .ABBRMATHXTHe CURRIED CHEF COULD COOK HIREDANCHICKSNANDWILDRICE '
leave he- went to the front B. .MAL WOOD PREPARES INDIAN PISHES.z OLD ;
If they made fun of me. Please 407 Trey Avenue IS
put on his coat and hat Winchester. Vermoat 01 PEUCIOUSJ FROM AN v ,
tell me what to do. ANOTHER
thing. : c/o Nell Canard OLD INDIAN
started'to go home with his d7 ,
The and dad. that a Complaint for Divorce baa .... i
Dear Ann; I can't think of a been filed against you In the aboveenlttlecl ij
who is Franklin is not t what you would Court by Tukle ..InoveBmallwood ,
than better way to Invest one year. Plaintiff la the above.
a drinking man. The last styled cauiej; and you are hereby !
do not } GO, Girl. You'll never regret ordered and directed to file your .
he was intoxicated was sev appearance, answer or other pleadIngt -
publicly it. There are night school courses to salt.. Complaint either peraonally -

parked years ago when he had too and correspondence courses, but or by attorney In the- Of. J JJ
flee of the Clerk of the above-etyled
three ( wine. returning&: full time Is best. Court, or by serving. an gnawer oa
O. E. PI It., Plaintiff ,
him Our friends are'not heavy Today the demand Is for skilled whose address la P. O. Box 24M, W 11eYAliSFY

sings / A few of the men got people. A high school dip. Satellite Florida:: on Beach or before Brevard the '13 County day ot,

What feeling good but Franklin was lama Is essential if you are even March, 1964. otherwlie old Com
Dlalnt will .be taken .. .
only one noticeably! under tu get a foot In the door anyplace you and Mitl cam shall pruned by la

group? Influence To be the only final hearing' ; '
I person: at :a party U bad Clerk of Circuit Court

11.: but when one Is the AnTI Landers ill be glad to BYV Deputy, a.; 8panler Circuit Court Clerk! .

it is Indefensible. help you with your problems. (COURT SAL)
Feb. 10, 17. 34, Mir. 2 (Men. ) 14
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the New York's World '011. Park will perform followed fcy
Monday, March 1. W4 TWvvllle (Florida) flar ,,..... Page 1-S Florida Colleges UniversitiesTo Will Exhibit At -- Sunday afternoon Festival will a concert by the Central Florida

Sidewalk Festival feature a musical and dramatic Community Orchestra Jendora

in the Park, bringing Production of the '\\inter Park
Be Featured At Fair ExhibitBrevard Gloria Clonz. 115 Brown Ave., program together ill the arts Rcperto! > rI1"lre i will producea

Home Sparks NB will exhibit at Winter Park'sFifth The Bullet Royal of Winter scent' if HTI' lioviJ Queens"DAVIS
Building Festival
Annual Sikwnlk Art '
Junior College, along TiThy. Palm Death, an exfculic .
to bu lulU March: 6, 7 and 8.
World's Fair
with other junior colleges and of the Honda LAWN SPRAY
She will J join over 500 other
universities in the State of Florida Authority.
artists: front 52 Florida cities as rEM Tor
will be featured at the '
well a* from several other states llL! \ EM
5T0V\P Chinch
Florida Pavilion of the New Tides : (
Permits Past Week and Canada. School l childtrn
York Worlds Fir in a special
display on higher education. High exhibits students include l the w.01 k of overI2VOO a Bugs

The exhibit will consul of a Tuesday, March 3 1-18 0 Fungus

series of 20 light.boxes in whichare Painting, sculpture, graphic.
Residential permits 47 of Office, with North Brevard having one 11:57: am :554: ampm .
them accounted for the bulk of The weeks total figure was of its better weeks in recent pictured I. in color, several 6:15: p.m pholtgnphy!: and craft will be Worms
I 14 homes includedin views of an institution of higher judged for) over $3500 in cash .
homes new I
the past week's building permit $731233: And the new
in Florida Wrdntiday. March 4 The works pitnt Fertilization
learning prizes. top in
business in the County Zoning portion madeup $593,780 of that, the week activity.
The commercial permit business The exhibit on higher education 12:31: a au. 6:37 a.m. ing, oil; painting any medium II tw ,naaf!. It,.
was very slow, good for is being coordinated by T\ )12:38 pm 6:59:: pm and sculpture will be displayed

I Telephone Dial Is Most "Worked mils only a total $69.000 on two SA,per ifMiscellaneous -

I Over" Face In Town Says Blumer sprinkled with swimming permits, pools well SAVEq T t BAcONfob

as well as routine repairs, ad
How many faces do you "work for operator is confused with unions etc, added up to $76,455.
over" in a day. Is it yours the letter "0". These included one swimmingpool

with makeup or, as the case maybe Be sure to dial all the digitsin permit for $15,000 for the
a shave. According to Pat Embassy Apartments on Mer
the telephone number you are
Dlumcr, Southern Bell's mana
ritt Island
calling and avoid adding extras.
gar for Titusville the most 5. When dialing, pull the Heading the North Brtvaid t
"wot Iced over" face in town is
licit t all the way to the finger residential permit participationwere
the telephone. stop, then let it return at its nor six permits for $15000: White

"Try counting the number of mnl speed each or a total of .$90,000 i issuedto

times a day you reach for the Robera Evans, 1413 Oak Tor X000 SLICED
6. When placing a DDD-direct STORES
telephone dial to call the drug race, Titusville, for construction
store, a friend, a business con distance dialing, call in Shady Oaks No 4 subdivision

tact, your husband or wife," A Dial the access number, 1 1-Lb Pkg.

said Blumer B. Next For calls Inside W. C. Alexander, Box 314 Ti
'The daily load of Iccal calls your area code, just go ahead tusville was issued three permits .
for Tituslvlle ii :SI,000,II he said. '
and dial the number you "t"
want for $11,500, $12000' and *
"And the long distance traffic is All seven digits For calls otto $13.700? for homes also in Shady Cs RIG 79t W-0

4,256 calls a day" side your area code, dial thearea Oaks No. 4. 4 Corned Beef 59'REG
code number different : u,.
Blumer noted that all of this Lewis and Brown, Inc., 149 w 4 _

calling meant a lot of dialing from yours Tuscarora Rd.. Indian River 'IA 39, ALL MEAT

"The pressures of a busy day C. Then dial the phoi:! number City received a pair of permitsfor Copeland Franks. 49'
with other calls to make sometimes wanted $7,000 each for domes on u.

result in the wrong digit Travis Street at Scottsmoor "' REG, 89< SWIFT PREMIUM
dial d end the wrong number D. Clumcr advised what to do Cay Construction Co, Box

reached," ho said If you reach a wrong number 498, Indian River City, was issued Kosher Franks "Lb.59t

when making a DDD call. Ask an $8.900 and a $11,700 per
lIe mentioned several waysto the person who answers what mit for homes in Port St. John
help solve this problem and have reached and the : '- __:r
city you A single permit went to Ken t ( ,Tst : ,.. _- i<
still place calls quickly telephone number Hang up. ,
neth W Landrum N. Folsum S Dint Dorllng Dln".r Clxle Darling Cinnamon
1. Listen for the dial tone before Then dial 'operator": and give ,5 I
Road, Mims, in the amount of *
dialing a number her this information. Even if you L.fer ROLLS I BUNS
$11,500 for a new home on that ,, ,; I
unable to learn what
are city you
2. He sure you have the right have reached, let the operator road t I i .
number Look it up if you're know you've been connected Titusville Tile and Terrazo reccived : 0" I P 9t. 29"Pkg.

uncertain. It will save time in with the wrong numberRemember the North Brevard single S b- '1
the long run. commercial permit issued, a REGULARLY 2 FOR 235 I REGULARLY 335

3. Be Mae to dial a number ,"' said Blumer, $14.000 one for a commercial itt .. ."!'lIIt"'........ .... ."..,. ..1ilI-'........J ..
,,,, .... : '. : i ..' .t3;'! a.T' .:.a.
and not a letter I the letter "you won t be charged for the building in Mims Business Park iiAA.N Inw4,6. .

"I' Is often mistaken for the unintentional call, if you reportit J. W. Childre, Titusville, was o"t
number "1" and the big "O' immediately to the operator listed as the builder. ? w.

i Washinaton, State Red DeliciousWITH '

50 Extra Top Value Stamps W-


Two ..liD. T"OT&0'A %1

Shrimp Dinners
STERN'S ART CENTER FULL LINE OF The Most Complete Display of J1 an.M7q a' BuII.g rrf.p
PICTURE FRAMING Earth Moving Equipment Office Equlpmont and NP
ORIGINAL PAINTINGS Adams Construction Office Supplies In Thls Ao.. e : .
ART SUPPLIES PRINTS Equipment Co W. ns., a ..M" e I. root c ,

No.NON.GLARE Or.ngo Av..GLASS Orlando f3W'W& Church R.ntsl. Bishop Office sea every Equip day Co.. Inc.US 50 Extra Top Value Stamp PEG 43< Limit I with $2.SO food order 2 LOS,2 91Tw
1110O E. Colonial' Dr Orlan4 4
RUTOMATIC I TRANSMISSION__ __ Orland.I 4234474. 04 2-11"1 ColI.ct WITH THIS,. Pau.o COUPON=..AND GOLD PURCHASE KING OF Post Tens Pkg.29

GOOD THItV Mo..CH .f" s
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Control Florid.'. Oldost and Es' Central Fl.'.. L..t Stock e4 / Aduals. :! I mlIi

Automatic Tran.mlnlon Asphalt, Vinyl, Plastic Cork TIIOI \ {' Cjca c t. ,4

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90 W..ntyl .....'.. '. .
4,000 Mils .r D.ys FLOOR COVERING .
204 N. Orang. BI. Troll Orlando, 904 N. O.ngorl.nd44U.7671 Organ Keff6ont'd9 Specidlsts; 'Since Inc. 1937 50 Extra Top Value Stamps > nf' O O D I
GA .0656. FLOOR COVERING- 501 N. Magnolia An. WITH THIS COUPON ANO PURCHASE Of tr 4Y O ""'" ,

AUTOS IMPORTED Orlanl.: 241.5674 DN./.eLO1.NM/R.a CHICKEN //OT P
Renault and Peaugeot Snapper ,
Kara.tan" Cabin Crdll GOOD T""U MA.CMN,
Sales A Sorvlco lire/ere. Cu.tom M.d.
'r.. DecorellDI e.rvhvR.hs. Johnny Gentile's I AT ANY WIN.-DIXII
24' Boo" St. Orlando COVERINGS, INC 1.
Used Imports Sea N. Orange Orlando 1-3481 Estab, I VU,. Pot Pies 6 PIES
Quality W. Buy, Sill, and Trade Anything .

FURNITURE Guns, TV, Cameras, Radl., otc. 50 Extra Top Value Sumps
A V E R.T Y' S

Orlando Motors, Inc. 54 Stort Buying Pewee PET SHOPS ON. HOWARD Cake aONN.ONCoconut I P FAMILY 39i

Sa... You Mors LAKE BARTON Blueberry Ie SIZE
411 N. Orange Blossom Trill 100 MII.s Fro. C.n..ry PET SHOP anon TN.u MAaeN arN
GA 5.2681 Low Easy Terms *'i fit AT ANY. WINN-DIXIE
Dodge Dart Dodge Trvckt es...,, .]. a. Yr'' Nil.. sat P AI. Fr.s Colored Chicks 3/ QUANTITY RIGHTS RtSERVlD-PRICES GOOD THRU MARCH 4TH

Flit Jaguar a MercodOl.Bonl U1 N. Orans. Orlande CH 1.5371 y: For Eltter .IKK OKI ito.e. ..... CO/T.IONt, It".H

''W, S.rvics What_We S.II"LOANS 561' !. Colonial Dr., Orlando .

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Loans Sc: Trades on Anything .
Sol.. CacJlum Plating r C:. ...
Peels and S.rvleo I Spedallzlng In Guns Braa. t Thr JJ
sliver Nickel Copp.r
Used Cara Open I A. M. to 7 P. M.
1020 N. Orlngo, Orlando, GA 2-4541 Rout. 50 on way t. Orlando fluffing en4 1.'IlIorln' 4.75501
silo W. Control A.. Orlando (5A,
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Tuucus Peach Pear Persimmon all work guar.ee..d

N.. Truck. U. d Truck netts and ROSES( Sowing Machines
SUPERIOR GMC TRUCKS INC. 11.22 E. Colonial Dr. Orl.ndo Sales and SonlceI'bon. PEACHES ; DETERGENT ; ; JUICE .
1:1&-11..1 INwnno 1110 Virginia Dr. GA 2-42ot SovelO 12-or. Bottle
SALES&&SERVl OFFICE SUPPLIES 1 Save 44 Eo. No. 2Vi Cans ; Save 20< Giant Box

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Sales A S.rvico !
Co"ol Flo' L.adl"" Dealer for Open All Day Saturday Bank- Financing t. 7 Voar.- FOR ii ? =

STUDEBAKER LARK BMW One of Or.nd., '. Moot Comlot. "' .bll. HomOla ,TI""lcotal a Rich Tomato flavor :
425-1606 Tr.plcana Fl.,. j Limit. I with S3. food order j Limit 2 .lth $5, food order
N.OrangeOrlando Lln.a of OffIce S"ptl... Stock up at this price j Mew All/ Purpose Detergent
Tremendous; Sol.ctlon of Used Florida' Made For Florida Llvng" _
Imports- 1053 N. Onnge. Ortando 17." W. Pine Orlando, 422.3454 Clan Usd Meblle H.m.e -- ::
7420 E. Colonial. Dr.S '. -:-
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sell If .
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I Don't Store Left-Overs Sell 'Em With A Classified Ad II TODAY'S BEST

For RentAPARTMENTS GLAMOR GIRLS Lost Plumbing Supply Real Estate REAL ESTATE

FOR RINT BLACK 7mo. old part Dachshundwith t SEPTIC TANKS HOUSES FOR SALt
sliver! chain collar. Has
: I pm. E.r "" top* BACHELOR TO ahare completely small bald ipot over left eye. -of pre-cast concrete, .teelr.ts- BUYS800BeauWul
-v/ VA APPROVED qualifying, as.
Publication For W.d. rrt furnished house, cost $75 month. forced no
% Reward. AM 75044 or AM! 7- atate-approved, sizes 540
11 A.M. 8tt. For MOB. Publlc".. ly. Phone 2670748.APARTMENTS C 5965. Dr. W. A. Brown. ., 630 gals I 735 gals and 1000 sume mortgage low down pay.
::::. Grease Installed tanks ment. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Call
traps ,
WANT AD RATES AND trailers BROWN, BLACK and white collie, pumped and cleaned, drain fields 267-1755 after 5 p.m. new 3 bedroom,
$ cent per word Weekly, monthly rates. Adults 6 years old l February 25th near relaid. Work guaranteed. Plttrnan LOTS FOR SALE 2 bath home. $13,650, no down
Mlntnun' Cbarce too
only. 304 Garden. ball park. 2677739.Mobile Septic Tanks, Inc., Phone AM 7. payment with VA financing
-- 1421. P. O. Box 2016, Titusville.
ALL CLASSIFIED ADS Florida. i iI as is, $2200 eacb. Shady Oaks 818-4 bedroom 2 bath home
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE DUPLEX.J'NFURNISJlED, 2 bed. I subdivision, large storage ware
TRAILERS FOR SALE between Titusville and Miras.
Except Eittbllihad AecounU Real Estate house and small bouse Included.
room, $$100 monthly, 822 Garden I Westinghouse kitchen, lot 150x
Call owner. 267-{963.DON'T .
_St. phone_ 2672953.UNFURNISIIED 1963 50 FOOT 10 wide, ABC 75. Deep well and water
:CluilfUd: DlipUy Rat. AnlUbUTb Penthouse bedroom ACREAGE FOR SALE I 2
oa a..a.. 2 BEDROOM, 1 perfect softener, extra bedroom
tar-A4.cat. "..,... b.rtlel' $100 monthly (1st and last condition with awmng. Equity building wired. Only $14,100
> \ of rvl.lcB or r J.ctln. months). 2677588. $ OO and take up payments, $88 TWO 10.acre tracts near Lake PAY RENT! with $3000 down.831CommercIal .
coy *
elanlflcatlon .aid( aIOJ'U' tdvirtlMnent cka |, the 3 BEDROOM, 2 Bath, central heat each, terms. T. W. Mero, Broker, and resident.
from that ord.r d t G conform t a and air, private garage, $130 Sanford 322-2481 for appointment.
ial. 3 bedroom, 2 bath add-
the policy of tbl.. pa*.r. monthly unfurnished. 267-6558. Special $3,905, 50 x 10, 2 bedroom,
Tb. Itar.4'"e>eal. will act br including washing machine, furniture HOUSES FOR SALE itional lot with 83 ft. U. S.
.ipon lbl). f.. men then on* Incorrect HOUSES FOR RENT delivery and setup. Low OWNERSWe No. 1 frontage. An excellent
llabl for Innrtlon any. error nor In will advcrtlw It b. down payment. 7 years financing BRENTWOOD ESTATES buy at $16,950 for all Owner
menu to a friattr ."ta"I t than MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES 4 well planned models are now will bold mortgage.
In* coat of tb. IRC, 2 bedroom, like new, no small Brentwood Estates
cpac occupied( ky Authorized Skyline dealer open. is minutes have beautiful full no
the Item la tb. children or pets. 2676149 68
advcrtlMinnt 1224 No. U.S. 1 No of from downtown Titusville
overpass, 833-Just north of Mima. 3 bed.
p.m. '4 all I. bile home lots, sire 100 x 440,
Titusville. 267.W81 West on Garden Street. lILA -
bath furnished.
room, 2 A
BIIII.... Offlc M Mila Sorest UNFURNISHED 3 BEDROOM VA, 234 bedroom homes, from for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH bargain: at 12000. Adjoining

Office Dial Hall AM,. Ito T-0831: to 1:30 town house, tile.bath, centralheat 1 HAYESTRAILER $85 monthly. includes every. Move In now Trailer Livingat lot also available for $1900.

and air conditioning with or 0 K..|Tmirn*3y.Jfc.lt,t to, IfM WotU,.ht.NOT. .i'- SALES thing. 267 7142 or NE 8385.. Its best.CHRISTMAS.

AnimalsAKC without range, near Pirtle New and Used Mobile Homes TITUSVILLE Merry\ Lane, 3 845-A new 4 bedroom, 3 full
Plaza. $135 monthly. 2671928 "As I understand it, buy things at two dollars
you a 8210 E. Colonial Drive bedrooms, carpeted, air conditioned bath home In exclusive area.
REGISTERED Chihuahuas. 2 BEDROOM, carport., utility share and sell at two-hundred dollars a share." 11000. 2679933 PARK Split level with air conditioning

2926 South HoDlcin. Ave., _!M'. room, convenient to Cape. 433 Orlando 277-9671 4 : 2 bath low dishwasher Florida room
u.on. w.- BEDROOM new,
3359 after :5pm.I i : Highland Terrace. $90 monthly. down payment. Nicest section in 11 Miles West of Indian River and many extras. $28,500 with
REGISTERED AKC I 267-5733 cr2671926AVAILABLE For RentWAREHOUSE For Sale MOON LAND Titusville. Forest Hills. 2673564 City on Rt. :SO. Christmas, FlorIda $3500. down for qualified buyer -
Beagle pups. I Phone Orlando
1422 N. Washington, Ave., 267- MARCH lat, large FOR RENT Mobile Home Sales IMMEDIATE! OCCUPANCY, new 275-1939
2503. unfurnished 3 bedroom house, 2 : FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine
4 3-bedroom, 2 bath, with extra 847-3 bedroom. 1 bath in for
furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite. SPECIAL PRICES AND:
tile bath, built-in and
range STORAGE SPACE In metal build large rooms, kitchen is WATERFRONT IN SEMINOLE only $8500 with $1900 down
7 piece dinette all every
Boats For Sale oven, carporte and utility. $135 only $13 89 SPACES PROVIDED County, 200 it. on river at $88
ing on Nevins Court, rear of per month. Decor Furniture 204 woman's dream, $15,750, terms. and just $6329 per month
monthly. 2671928. Star-Advocate U.S. 1 North of front foot. 29% down, balanceto
building N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian Rlv Overpass Ryan Realty 267-4691. per payment ...-pl
SAVE $900, less than months old OFFICES FOR RENT now. See II. II. Hud er City. Phone 267 7613. Titusville 15 years. Call Wessner Realty,
used 5 hours, 1964-18 foot fibre- son, at Star-Advocate. LARGE 3 BEDROOM house 2 full 267.7125.
tile baths, built in and 855-An older home right in
glass 1964
-OS liP range
Joe many extras, ordinal eng coat OFFICE 300 sq. ft SPACE. each just available north, of new Tl- For Sale' Heavy Equipment TRAILERS FOR RENT oven, carport and utility room, LOT .IN Dixie Village, Make offer. town. Lot, 75 x 100 which is
267 1307. zoned business. Only $12,600
$1800.2709 must sacrifice, sell lor i tusville city limits U.S. 1, available 1953 3/4 YARD MARION dragline! ON LOT, new 2 bedroom 50) x 10, no down red and tape, no in qualifying, $730 with terms.
267-6895. move
In 60 days. 2673C61. ROOMS of beautiful furniture, model 35.llerial 21613. available immediately, adult LARGE LOT for multiple dwelling

14 FT. BOAT with trailer at Buck's BEFORE'Y DECIDE' : See I 2218 Washington Ave.. 2673189. Swartz's Riverside Motel, Edge- .. couple. 2675695. LUXURY LIVING, new brick or community business. $200 865-Do you want country living

Fish! Camp for only $45 cash. this downtown Titusville office. BALDWIN ORGAN used 4 water. GA8-2906., NEW 1964 50X10 house trailer. veneer 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath, down building.$39 monthly.Inquire Also, 267 can.1481.finance close in? We have a home
Air-conditioned. heat, months assume note balance, Rent with option to buy. Private built in range and oven, dishwasher tha't is just a few feet from
Building & Const Davis parkin'j Help Wanted located Palm and disposal, intercom the line bedroom
$95 C B. 2673389 party, must move city 3 2
lando, mte-day CH ; Harbor Trailer Park. Ray Me- with AM and1: radio, centraloil Star AdvocateFor bath, air conditioned; 2 :utilty::
NIPY CONSTRUCTION. resident Villc 267-7840. BARGAIN HUNTERS, We have A SALESWOMEN, full or part time. Keon. NE20904. heat and airconditioned, rooms, all fenced In. Just
Ills commercial and remodeling -- --- Repossessed 63 Model Swing Daytime work only. Previous wood burning fireplace, wall to $14,600 with $2600 down.
12 years In Titusville. Licensedand 1 OFFICE. 13x30, airconditioned, Needle DialOMatic, Easy To sales experience desirable. Un- AT BUCK'S FISH CAMP. Couple wall carpet, double car garage, Your
bonded. Phone AM 2226.. utilities furnished, Immediate oc Operate, Makes Beautiful Designs ique new product with excellent adults. Only $25 week or $75 fully landscaped, corner lot,
cupancy. 1 office, warehouse and !Makes Authomatic Button immediate earnings and repeat month, gas, water and electricity $27,500. For appointment 267. Printing Needs! 876>Large 3 bedroom, 1 bath
Child Care storage yard Ideal for contract holes, Sews on Buttons, Etc All income assured. Call collect 783- furnished. 1928. home with fireplace. Locatedin
or or subcontractor, available In without Attachments, Assume 7241, Cocoa Beach. I.R.C. across from new
CHILD CARE In own home, reasonable 90 days. J. W. Childre Realty, Remaining 4 payments of $9.00 TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT LOVELY 3 BEDROOM 2 bath Church. $12,000 with terms.
FEMALE HELP home, spacious living room, air.
WANTED Continued
2672541. .
rates !Mims Ph. AM 75530.REPOSSESSED
ONE ACRE trailer conditioned fenced
$30 carpeted
I space per .
2672830. 886-C bedrooms 2 baths Florida
I OFFICE SPACE for rent also SPINET PIANO PART TIME office help. ApproxImately month, children welcome. Applyto yard, many extras. 108 Thornton
suitable for repair shop Inquire 20 hours per week. Typ R. E. Springman 2 blocks off Ave. 267-1659. room and patio just
CHILD CARE by Hour day or Used only 4 months, take over of Mims including 100 ft.
week Irfdian River Heights. Lik-Nu Furniture. 609 Main St. l small monthly payments. ing and filing Answer by short 50, Christmas Park. OWNER LEAVING BE SAFE! frontage on U. S. 1 which
note. Cox: 0, Star.Advocate. -----
AM T-S7RB. 26T-3:12:1.: : KIRK srnnnr.': nv MUSIC
----- --ii.; W"ir : -- -- --- TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE Modern 2 BdRm home located in could be sold off. A buy at
ROOMS FOR RENT ,I plc-26i:6J83-- CLERK.STENO, must have know established residential area nota BE SURE! $19,500 with terms.
For Rent FENDER PRECISION electric ledge of typing and shorthand, development, convenient to !
PRIVATE ROOM for gentleman, I base guitar. Blonde finish with must be able to meet public, excellent Mobile Home Owners<<: schools and town. 6 fruit trees Ml-Beautiful home in Whisper. '

FOR RENT 2675759. I. accessories, plus fender leather working conditions apply LIVE RENT and old shade trees. Custom Deal OnlyWith lag Hills. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
SINGLE BEDROOM private entrance case. Base guitar, list price $279; City lIal1, 525 Palm_Ave. built home with city water and swimming pool, fireplace I

J Floor Sanders. Polishers refrigerator: near shop guitar case, list price $t>0; worth HOUSE KEEPER, white, 5 days, sewer. In addition there Is'an plus a furnished apartment i
Phone AM 73255 ping center 267-6633. near $350, sacrifice at $200. Excellent 74pm., $35 weekly, must have FREEInvest attached lot facing US1 for business AREALTOR above the 2 car garage
condition. Call Ron, 267. or investment. IOtA or
own transportation, children 2 $38,000 with terms Owner will
\ FACTORY PAINT OUTLET SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies 0331 or 267-7135 after 7pm. and 5 IRC, 267-4198 conventional financing. Shown by consider a small home In
Baldwin Shopping Center I for rent 801 Orange St. 267- $20 down payment and appointment only. W. J. Smith, trade.
floor samples, greatly reducedto pay only $20 monthly and you
APARTMENTS FOR RINT NEWLY FURNISHED air conditioning make room for new merchandise DRY WALL and will buy and possess your ownextra TITUSVILLE, FOREST HILLS. Look for this 899-3 bedroom home on large
I, TV, Maid service $30 for new lines. Buy of a lifetime Phone 267.4236 spray after 7pm.taper. large full acre trailer lot. 672 Poinsettia, brick, custombuilt symbol for your lot in Indian River City.
FURNISHED BEDROOM, living weekly. 2327 S. Washington or 2111 Garden, 2faT5733 or Become your own landlord. approximately 2,000 sq ft. protection. It signifies 8 $12,100 with $1000 down
room, kitchen and bath, private I call 267-5407. 267-192&. InsuranceRUSSELL Don't tear up rent receipts each living area, 2 fireplaces: 7
upstairs, IRC, $65 monthly. 267- month. More than 150 happy months old. equity sale, assume Integrity ?
1928. LOW rites, clean rooms for work FURNITURE families now reside In our Beautiful mortgage $22,300. Payments $145 and high professional 951-Small furnished homo on a
men. 103. Call 267-6185 or 267- BRAND NEW overstocked. Must Trailer Community. Only a monthly. Phone 2677667. beautiful lot, 100 x: 171 just off ,
2 BEDROOM, centrally located, I 3992. sell 7 piece living room suites. few lots left. Visit us and see standing. Deal only Garden Street. Only $6300.

electrically equipped. Adults $119.77. 3 complete rooms, $248.50, for yourself the finest Mobile GARDENDALE, 3 BEDROOMS 2 with a Realtor Only
only. Phone tG778i.. Remember pay your Paper Boy no money down, easy terms. Call INSURANCE Home Park in all Florida. baths, central heat and air. $800 a 953-200 ft. frontage on Garden
I 2675735. Open Sunday 108 down,'$113.75 monthly, 26H471. Realtor displays this seal Street which Is being four
Inc. CHRISTMAS PARK laned. Zoned for business.
LEGAL PADS Big Supply, 3Sc Route 50 Christmas Florida NO QUALIFYING $750.00 down. S George M. Barley, Jr., Just placed on the market for
SYDNEY SCHWARTZ, REALTOR each at Star.Advocate Office. 2001 So. Washington Ave. Phone Orlando 275-1727 3 BR 2 bath, double carport, Inc. $23,700 with etrmi.
I built-in kitchen, air condition.
r Phone 2676720Open Direction 12 miles west ofU.S. ed. Gardendale. AM 73262. C Bryan-Conway &
No. 1 & Titusville Winstead, Inc. 108-Five beautiful acres with
"BEST BUYS"BUSINESS U S. No.FRONTAGE 1 50. FOR SALE BY OWNER, clean 3 330 ft. on Burkholm Road. AU
bedroom, 2 bath, airconditioned Campbell Associates, high! and dry. Only $1100 per
on wooded lot in Whispering Inc.' acre. Terms open.

Hills double carporte, deep well, J, W. Childre Realtor
IME1GMOVeio4 ,
Let us show you this choice Moving StorageLOCAL fenced yard patio, covered 173-10 acre ranch with 2 bed-

RIVERFRONT: Beautiful 2bedroolJ1.bath, CBS home; parcel of U S. No. 1 front- AND LONG distance movers. porch. 267-1935 Sydney Schwartz room home needs some repairs -

Lot 75 x: 200. Road to river with full Riparian age between Titusville and Moving, storage, packing 1.4 AND 1.3 bedroom new homesin S Danenburg'i Beach with 30 fruit trees and
.. ..... lots of shade trees. High and
.w Forest Hills, fully aircondition Realty
cold fur crat
Rights. Good Terms. Mims. 584' frontage on U shipping storage
and all cleared. This
ed, large Florida all electric entire
ing. Free estimates. 267-3341. room Edwards Realty
S. No 1 with
$18,500.00 an average Brevard Ridgeway Mayflower. homes by J. M\ Chewning parcel with improvements
.' .. "- depth of 632', Ideal for c Construction Company, 647 HIgh. Ed Kittles Agency lying approx. 500 ft.
WAREHOUSE: ForVRcitf x 40, warehouse, close In, shopping center site or NOTICE land Terrace Titusville, Florida. C L. B. Newman from Rout '44 and a short i
distance from Mimi and reduced -
CBS, Roll-up steel door. '. many other uses. At present 2676789.Read with
M. N. Weir & Son, Inc. to only $18,950
$75.00 per month. time planted in grove.A 1 hereby wish to give notice thatI Star.;' vocate Classifieds! $SOOO down.158.Beautiful.
total of 8.35 acres situ I I will not be responsible for any
bills Incurred other
GOOD CORNER LOT South of town, IOQ' on U. S. No. 1, ated high and dry. Price is than by persons 3 acre tract with

zoned for business, 93' deep, house and lot priced only $200 per front foot myaell.Rod er R. Glover "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service" nice trees. Approx. 300 ft. from

for quick sale and at a sacrificed price: with with 29%; down and !Mar 2, 9, 16, 23 (Moa) 1964. U.S.road.No.Excellent 1 on good site county for
terms to suit the purchaser
$$17,000.00 &
country estate or small ranch.
Call today as this won'tlast See The Priced at $5000. Owner pre

SYDNEY SCHWARTZ Realtor fers cash.
Star AdvocateFor

I 1141 S. Hopkins Ave. 196-1V4 acre nicely wooded in
Titusville, Florida 8 Your Spruce Hills. Paved street to

AM 7-6100 or 6101 7i: 'W' property line. Would make
several nice bomesltes. $2750
lJJeia Needs!
1. OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS! Three bedrooms, 2

STORAGE i.'R' 'NS'E E baths, built In kitchen appliances. Fenced 'yard RENTALSRent
swimming pool. $12,50000Yes !-' Twelve thousand
REALTORS 1 () WH."t :t flvejiundred dollars. Terms can be arranged. with option to purchase.New .

SEE OAKWOOD 22 3 bedroom, 2 bath home
2. YOU for of these homes with central heat and air
can qualify one now under
412 Main St. Titusville
Fla. 1.. or gS construction. Outside city limits. Three bed- conditioning I la nice neighborhood

MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION Phone 267-3000 rooms, 2 baths with plenty of extras. Paved streets. month. Ualnrat: and. last per

,and sidewalks. Select your model now and choose month in advance One half of

Featuring: -I JESS W. CH1LDREftALTOH colors, fixtures etc. Occupancy within approximately rent to apply to purchase
I 6 weeks. price if option Is exercised.
Reference required.

i BUILDIM 3. Four bedrooms and den (or 5 bedrooms) beautiful

LARGE 75' z 110' LARGE POOL A Now : electric kitchen. Air conditioning) and central heat.

LOTS WITHCENTRAL $21,250.00 with legal low FIIA down payment re
S SHtTFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES quired. Immediate occupancy to qaulified buyer. i

4. If you are considering a home In the North Brevardarea I

Chickasha Mobile Home call one of our trained experienced sales staffto
L _. conduct tour for your family over the entire

area. We have new and older homes in nearly DANENBURGREALTY :
$95 $35
DOWN MONTHLY SALES DIVISION AND LOTU. 240( Main Street frontage every section with price and terms to fit Almost
400' tract. 87,120
spur square any "budget. .
TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on feet of space. Will sell all or

ITS. 1 to Mima. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more S. No. 1 2 miles North of MInIS at Rocket part. Zoned B2, ideal for

mile to our entrance on light For free Information. Motel Phone AM 7-3097. contractors plant and storage / ,van.emwav & IAinstead 15U South Washington I
caU 267- a8. yard, wholesale warehouse.Call +sn
Open 7 days 9 A.M until 7 P.M. AM 7-385.3
J, W. Childre Realty REALTORS INSUROR3 I
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! AM 7-2541 VHiere buyer and seller expect

AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK "A LOT MORE FOR A LOT LESS" Brokers Invited Dial AM 72011 Day. Night or Holiday I and get better and faster service

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I' Star-Advocate Classified Ads -. PUBLIC l NOTICES

IM Tilt; flafllT (01 RT or Tilt: Sammervllle, Now Jersey (line drrlpilon Th. Went 66055 feet of Lot .. ,
Continued From Preceeding Page Mini .I, IIICII.. iiHtiir.I INM SEt) NIK. 149.1 14\.2 Contalnl( o\M acre. ,more or l I..". Section JS, Townnhlp :2S Bout,, e '
Sale or Trade Services WorkWanted .\ > >ll. .HM .'HI) ( O1.MOTICK : \, Lnretta Mnewikl OWNED RY: HOHKKT M, 81'H-: Han(* 37 Ea.t Florida ladlaa I'
I Lit I"II 5.iSw Til' East Main) itreet8ummervllle LEK and ...If. MARTHA 8L'FLEK River Land Company plat a..
'\j n. eat I New Jeney ROBBKT H MAHCl'8 end recorded la.
; Real Estate I I'UI Book 1, page
3 BEDROOM 2 bath central heat SINGER SEWINO Mltklne Co., \ <.r mir M-I SRI No. 1491. l flj wir* RITA H MARCI'M. MVL.VAN 164, public reoorili, Brevird
and aircoiKhtionlia. dishwasher. sales and .eniee. Ptattag shears POSITION DESIRED U Cocoa or I PlATE. ROAD LlEPANrMUNT: or J. D. Nub M. COKKM anti wlf ALMA O County Florida belnf the Weal
: LOTS FOR SALE disposal built-in range and eves Me. a'afJlflatd. Phono AM 7- Titusvilla, office work or cashier KI.OKIDA, Hit Aienry .( the. *Ute Tax Collector 1 COHHMHJUKCT SBRM feet of th* flB" of aw'.
of lhr.rttIa. Itrevanl County : TO MORTOAOE record. ot
: lAid Hectlon 38 ,
well for lawn, furnished or %ui' 2244 typing filing. Meet the public Petitioner, llreva.nl l County CaurthnUM * furnished< for 10' wide trailer, unusually well.. jyr. resident. v. Tllu.vllle, rtartde.A haitI ky LORETTA MA/.F.VVSKI boundarlea. lo-wll.:
lots or aer* se. Phone 2672016. FREE LP bottled gas Installation. Call 63Z.3918. Hit A H, MARCV8 el .1.l ( > to Interval I I. any a.B.I buiband JOKklPH: MAZKW.Kl lleiln on Ik* South III* of tal..-.
Defendant, !!. Parcel Inrlutfeil .herein) Section aj: at a point SUM t feet.We.t .
209 N. U. S. NO.1 TitiMville.
WE WILL BUILD IM Tun: rinci'IT cotT or TIIRMNTII NOTICM OP l EMINENT!: : OMAIN Dorothy H lupin* alto Ha. 141.1, 1473lRAINAOP2 of th. Southeatt eorneiy
Services Suburban Propane Gas Service. JIIIKMI. ( IH1I IT. ttAMI I C'It()('KFDIS'Cl; J.'lll Dermond, Road : KA.IME.VTDHAIMAOK : : thereof and run North W24'80"
867-6411. K>s UUfetlMU. lUl.NTl. IN TIns NAME: AND BY TIlE': l>re.el Hill, P an'ylvaalaMIID :< UA8KMBNT RIGhT Wait 100 feet; III.."" Nortk
TO SUIT YOU II.nlllll i.I1tNCSKY. AUTHOHITV !>..' THB STATE OK No. 1471, UT1. I EAsT I STATION 674+IIIIt o)' East tOO feet, tkance
( toO. s54oruces rl.OKIIIA. 14M .. IIS1 (PART) South S4'50'; Kaal. 11274 feel;
INCOME: TAX and bookkeeping PAINTING TO ALL WHOM IT MAt COXCKH.N :- Robert M. Huple thence North
xc 'ft Thai part *fTha : East
I On Your Lot service* Resident :237-3S1 HOWARD I. I : as'l to .11 |per..na and ri.r WieUlmlnf l.r> Iounor !.... .. 141 OS feet Ihenc North 2U'II!*-
Office 2673751.: H. Burgess & DECORATINGand ailoas.MANPfcimiff or having any rttM title l'i, ncr l) ri>". FennaylvanhtKit \V. 6MU ft *f Lot 5.l4cclia 14' Weil til 7* ,..."! th....
ANew Home Associates.DRESS 'n tmereei .ll,.. martfxKi1 or other I) No. I" .I. 146.3: l :33. Township 211 Mouth North 3:1': 5'III"V.: .." BUM
I Kr>.e M East FUrkla Indian
147'. 14M.
Ii. tioee irrlnln pureeltof 14TI I. feet .
on thence North 7'34 4i
MAHY GROSSMAM: "I"t.I.'i. SOlver Land ..
.,.I dc..rih.i.l ant 544.5Nrtha Company Pint Kant i. SU fcol North S 1;.
New RoomWe MAKING alterations, PAPERHANGING D.fon'A nl ""or"... IB Plat Hnuik 1. yoga
A Ik
I TO OrommanIIMUI fnllnwlnf pern.mn. to.th.r with fluple 2620" We.t, HKt' feat: tkenct,
Easter dresses clbne early, call ; Mary' Kunret AvenutAiburj alt unknnwnr>.>na ilalntlnii hv 147 Lenc I mat ttt puhllo rwonla' Hrevard I Co North 57J44 i" Rail. 300 fevet,
Piorlda th
will furnish! plans and make Mrs. Bazen Indian Elver C. H. Ffizzell r.rk. Kw' Jrt.e* who throufb. or under. knc", n p"renne t'ppre Durby IVnntylvanlilUK eMU fret of the heist tit.4 ol* 8Wnf >., thence South, ': ; F.a <-
art deal or who artnut 578.73 feet, !
Nil.15.1 thence South 43'3l
1120 Johnson St. X7374TNIDY Nolle ... H53
la kert .ty thai aald Section
comrUlal 21.1.
with Heights 267-T856. a .known' lo h* .lotM or HveKECTION SO" Rait !
loan arrangements no for )Sotha.. b.- fllwtaialnat .. 147.1. HTJ 148 *. 'tying within 4:1: fret of lb. following 1HW3S feet, thenc ,
: Tt -iHOl: STATS liDAtl 14M 259tlIN Mouth 1.)'351l"* >.
down Give us a call CONSTRUCTION CO. Concrete you by the plaintiff la tk. doacrlbad ditch iurvey (line: 2:150'0tI: !
payment. .
[INCOME TAX returns prepared alovi. .. p 11.94) HHKVAKIp COI'MtVNAMGrt : 708JO-2401( STATE ROAD Commarc. there* :North S .!:
No Obligation Phone 257-3183, $3.00 and up. work, masonry roofing, C..P'Cy.. atyl.d requirI. court to .ervs asS a you...."a., Aim..<>. (AND'oh.sStilt AnmtKKSBH: 8 CnirTIONltHID lt-M> IUIlVAIU: COlIN'I'Y iE14-: iahl.. Wectlon on tim S3 at South M point boundaryof 2HDI' 40854. feet to the point of beirnjinln .
carpentry. and remodeling your an...., and, plraillna. ; uaon 1. feet Wtit of th* Houthtait corner
267-6789 PAINTING, expert. reliable and Phone AM 72326. William YVondaon P. U. ties UTV I PhilalelplsltStying, ruml: Nn. 14,11. 1432PKAIVAOK lh.r.of. and, run North 32'2&211"W'.I rontalnlnf" 4M arrea, mora or ti....
Kau: U"lll.. .Ptnrlila attorney tar Ih ItuIlllnj. KA: RMEMT: : IMS.67 fl to th. Point. enclunlv of enlitlna; right of way
... .
satisfying work. Estimates glad< and ... Phita.iclphia| 7, .n.ylvanl DRAINAIIB!! KAHRMKNT: IlIOIIT Hrclnnlnci Fr.m for Htm. Road, 5U ana Or.lnv .
plaintiff fll th originalw aalil
J. M. CHEWNING ly. AM[ 7-0776. Used Cars & Trucks ., SKI) No. MAI. It'12 HASTl 8TATIOM G1HIIU& Paint of Canal' No 74.OWNED .
H "
w pliMulln In th office or in* Silos. M. Cohen >|lnnln. run !Mouth 5921530: Eam gvfLKK .
Clerk of the Circuit Court al Tlluc ( ) 112..' fact In tba end BY: M.
Construction Co. ttJO ;) at this nur.vey
PMUileliihla Saving.S't.s.I Thai of> and
part wife MARTHA I'IIHCT | -
INCOME TAX RETURNSby vllle, Ilrcvanl florid, tins .
County;: on rlulMIn Kant: 'i of BE'', of 1Wt4) nf ...... daacrlptlon.Containing IrK
647 Jlighland Terrace telephone or appointment. 1959 FORD RANCHERO call 2673430 or .before. If the fall Slllh to fl tUy. of March.1M Deer.. Philadelphia; 7. PrIneylvanla lion 33 Town.hlp :is: Mouth. I of 003 acre mor, or !less.noiu.ivs .\ TO MORTnAGrl' VIeorted -
In road
> van
< ao. a area right ofw.y
Titusville Licensed trained : after S ilK) No. 145.1. 1133 Kama 37 Caul. In n. It. llnnk 217 na'
txperkneeil. : p.m. for
roaf.'W* will b. taken aialnityau Slat Road II-0M. 'Ltl:
.... 8
Bus II
MrouiSM lying wllbln hi>l l
41: feet r Ik* following < by DOROTHY R. '
for OWNED '.
R. W. Copeland. 237-0374.: the relief demanded I la th Doutk Ut" StreetPhiladelphia. cleacrlbeil BT: ROIIRRT: :M ""
':53 MERCURY convertible. all complaint.. titleS eurvey line* LIcE and wlf MARThA Hl'P- -

MOTELS FOR SALE power, $200. Phone 167-7309. This. notice. shall .b* puhll.h..itone SRI l >l No.Pennsylvania. lift.I. 1491 Commence.f ul,1, 1I..lIon on lbs 113 1\South a poll boun.UrvIhtraof 1,16. SUBJECT J.lCI'J TO TAKE: NOTICE that a DeC!",,,.
week for
I .......k.a In the TltJivlll four conaicutlv HUrAilvoiMn Robert M. Mitrcui ,let Weal .of ha Southeast ....n.. In O. R.: Hook MORTOAOE 21T. : rncorded allon of Taking .ka. been. filed .1.
HARVEYREAL 1958 STUDEBAKER good running IM South Itlb Itlr..tI and run Norlk. 3"25.tI.: pafft Ih. above-etyled eauaa by the PetItloner. -
hail' 10"
MOTEL-$42,000 total on U.S. 1, condition $200. Phone 2676652.: eat. and Ordeml at Tltuavllle. PhiialalphIa I Peaneylvnnln'' W...l. JMI\. 7 feel to the Point| of IRD No. 141 WIUVTHV 14H1 It. SIJPLEI9 lb. acquiring authority of
SKI> 910. US I. 140.JJnaeph llc.lnnln .. the efth
close In, and Includes valuable Brcvard County, Florida this 21 ittfay .; From sOd Point tt n. RIO liT OFWAT proceeding! of taking

waterfront. Ideal business for ESTATE HELP1 Private owner forced te of*/Tekruary Curtla K., 1W4.Barnef :; Kant: MntewaklT.II I Main trim m.'I': nf-- .lkl_m*>_!".._!;.:...... "h.. ..... ,._...LIMITED.: un! : ACCM3: iurpi* abov-leavrlb... let fnrtk In the land Petlllon, for ,lbs lathla
Call Arrow
husband and wife. sell very dun 57 Buick bj: Clerk - -- --- came. vli.: A. right of way
of the Circuit Court
Realty, 267-7037, IRC on Highway I LICENSE SCHOOLStart I 2/17/64. Make offer. 267-7747. Hyi V. 9 Hpanfler D C. lion and. of dralnag mat Road aaantnta No. II for la Brevard a por

1. CMnCUIT CUUHT HKAL: ) County: Florida, and that th. Honorable .
this Tuesday 7 P. M. 1958 PANHARD, economy car, 33: fIJ.. William \Vood.on.J Club & Lodge Noticesr@ Wm. U. Akrltlge, one of lbs
Sale or Trade attend first session is our lUest.HOWELL'S mpg 1st $200. 2677808. Wllllim for Wood.oaAllorn"y Plaintiff Ju.laei of lbs Circuit Courl In lbs
Ninth JudUlal Circuit of Florida
1956 BLACK Ford 2 door hardtop, I' U. lint 117SKau
--- will, on lbs H day of February
3 speed floor shift, $173, 2676340. ; Oallln, .florid .
NEW AND USED A. D. 1M4. at 1:04): o'clock P.M..5.
GUNS (repair and ammunition) BUSINESS COLLEGE ._!!.b.. ._24. Mar. 1, 5, III (Mon ) 1904IV the ranch( Courtkouie at Kock

'V mile south Florida Wonder 152% S. Wash. Ave. (U.S. 1)) I Wanted To Buy "niT Till!: CIRCUIT.IUllt'UI,COURT or TIIK: ROTARY CLUB TITUSVILLI GARDEN CLUBO"n..r.1 YORK-RITE BODIESOf ledge Florida of Taking, connliler. tapolnl laid. < Declaration ap-

land. Indian River Gun Shop. 267.1161 IIK'LIT. IS pralaer I and make tuck Order ,aa
AND f("H HKI.VIKU; COl :311.hl.IltlIt .
: USED AUTOMOBILES, City Auto \ MEETS THURSDAY incIting all clrrlea, >nrl North Brtvard lbs Court ,deem proper. All aarfleato
Parts. AM 7-3686. IN < \XFRV: NO. STltSHKNKY 12:15: P. M. Monday of Oct.. N.... Feb.. Mor h. County lbs ault anil all .partial Interested.
May. Tim.. amt,\ place to ke tnnounaed. may and' b* heard at the
INCOME TAX returns, accountingand : It. YOUNUHLOODPlaintiff ... Knerutlv Flnaril, ant Tueida time. ::S'I .. dealgnatod.!
ARE YOU I IN NEED system service. C-F Assoc. Want To Trade "I. Whispering Hills Country Club each month, October thru May. Indian River Chapter No. 27 You. and each ft yau. are hereby .

lates. 2670271. BARBARA A. Yol'NOBI.OOD, Dick SImonet, Prea. Mrt. .. A Rlcell. President. ROYAL ARCH MASONS an Aniwer commanded to the to Petition appear heretofore by filing
OF HOUSING? 818 FT. U. S. 19 98 frontage. over Defendant II. T. Walker, Sec'y filed In Ihla ,cam In the entitled
IRONING IN my home $1 an 8 acres trade for north Brevard I Tai Barbara A. Younjblood Clifford Yedtr, High Priest Court on or. before March JO W,
to show what right tills, Inlenator
hour. 2677017. acreage or lots. Phone. 267-2016. YOU ARE HEKEUY NOTITinn SORORITY Gill Williams' SecretaryMttts Hen you or any of you have in
Here are two prime examp-- that a suit for divor.e hu born Titusvillo Chap. No. 6 BETA SIGMA PHI and to Ih aboveleicrlbe laidand .-
housingIn Court agilnit of th* ftblj'udt tb::1 Circuit Circuit:, 3 Mootlno lit and JrJ 3rd Wednesday 7i30 P. M. ahow caua why the. earn
les of exceptiohal OE.S. should b taken
not for the
at ue
Mtionlc *
Ttmplo, Tltuswlll
In anil for Hrev.rd County PlorliUen'Ul.d Thursday 7:30: P.M. .
and ael forth In tha Petition
good locations close to HENRY n. YOUNOBI.OOI KLOSS Ii XI 1111,1'II! purpoae filed h..ID.WITNtoSIt .
Westwood Manor Plaintiff v*. BARBARA A. YOL'NCI- I Uaeta l.emwlrrTIIKTt HIRAM COUNCIL No. 13. my Hand and the Seal-.
schools and shopping: BLOOD Defendant. Chancery No Worthy Matron\ V I" .1.., of thle Court on title lib day of
of 27TJ3. You. are hereby required to Mm Mary\ All,,. Ktillr, BtrtyMetti I' ...1-113.. R. & S. M. February A.D. 11W4. -.
Nestled among the trees survsa copy of. your aniwer orother ,, \ lit anil 3rd Ttmi.Uy.. S 1'.11.al \ OMirHOX R. V. Bahas CURTIS R. BARNES
this extra large corner lot plaint written filed herein defeniei upon to th Carl. Com a I Mnionlo Tempts MM" 4.n* 1..1.P.II.hl Thrlco illustrious Masror CLERK OF TUB OlnCPlTCOl'RT -

i Old Mwanaon 10 N. Atlantic Ace.., Cocoa 1. IN AND FOR RRR.VARI :.
Dixie AM 1-4 MUolill
l is this 3 bedroom, 2 bath HighwayBrick Beach Florida Attorney for Plaintiff ISYS) Its GUI Williams, Rtcordtr > (COUNTY FLORIDA.

home with living and to file the criminal thereofIn < lie** .'.... flY: V.:pJ.fY.n !i.'ERKJAME'jflJs."Rte
modern th. office of the Clerk of tOe Indian River ,AM 'A. Moots 2nd Wtdntiday at 7:30 P.M. )
Circuit Court of Brevard County. I, .
and all Masonic .
room, dining area, before PHI IlKTA: MD Ttmplt, Cocoa lRDIION
Florida on or th IT day of Lodge No. 90 '

electric kitchen including Homes, 3 bedroom, 2 Full Tile Bath, March HEREIN A. D FAIL 1M4.! NOT or a Decree F.&A.M.Meets 7 \ dale Hrller Preikleal ii 'V RD-COMMANDE r TALLAIIAMMRR.HOLLAND III'ILIIiNO: FLORIDA '"" .

dishwasher, disposal, built Pro Confe..o will b. entered againat 2nd & 4th Thursdays, 7:30: 1111-111 No. 24 K. T. OK.. rOIINHRI. FOR TUB! ......
Central Heat Built-in you far Ui* relief prayed for In Masonic Ttmplt PET1TIONKR
in and oven and re- (Colored) Range aaltl Complaint. District No. 39 Feb. 10, 17, 24, Star I (Mon) 114.IOTICK ..
range DONG ANt) ORDERED at Tltuivlll Jan,". If Stewart. Waiter Lacy Rams, Eminent' Command'r
frigerator. Ducted oil heat *, Florida this 14th day of W Frank Harden. "".t'V.' ..
w/Hood Sod Lawns & Shrubs Choice of February A. D. 1964. .Florida Nun. AitnMottt Gill Wllllims, RtctrdtrMtots
2nd partial air conditioningdfford (COURT SEAL: ) -- ; OF KtLtn BIllS
: CURTIS'! R DARNED Stcond Toss.a 4th' Sealed hhla will ... received, by
comfortable living. CLERK or TilE CIRCI.T11'COURT Junior Wdn..y, 7:30: P.M. the lloanl of County Com".lolI.r.II '
Colors, $14,200 to $14,800. for BRRVAHI ChamberOf sash mtnth I p.m Masonic Ttrnplt" Cocoa th* Courthoua In Tltuavlll,

The screened porch and COUNTY. FLORIDA Public Health Building .".Im Av.nu.J'r..III..t .Flnrtd. up to 10"UU A. M. Mar oh III,

outside patio can be utiliz- 267-5437 267-5293 267-2802 Feb. 17.Bit H V.Mar 8. Sjpantler.nC.3. t (Man,) 19. 4. Commerce .Dorothy. Foratxr, 14.29. PILOT CLUB 11144.Hlclilera shall quote: on ana lit
:' Earl Spanccr Pr.. ecrelary [>orl'" Mlllaer, R.N. electronically; operated/card: file fee
4 d to the utmost and there Remember Pbone AM T-6OT3 r UH. In th. Office .f the kmprvlrcf
pay your Paper Boy. M,.. Jones
Steve Pinferto, Stc'y Betty Pr... j KegUtrallon, Tltimrlll la atrlctaooonlanc
double and ---- ---- ----- -cZEciioSLOV
i is carport ex- AK. ,
a with Ih* following apet*
1-------- r Citizens Bank Building ..r v... .. .... UP> Meeting 1st and 3rd Wednedavu___ lUuallo. Pl.... ,ionc.l 11..01.. 0. a.
t ra large utility room. Hon- Meets %1.IUwIU" S.1..kI n--" obvloiM Item.
Every Thursday 7:39: P.M., 12:00: Dixie Hotel' non-equal

tstly priced at $19,900 withn -'-- -_.-.- Of TltusvllI 1. All toId.oba on. a delivered

existing mortgage of Stop and See the Advantages of f TITUSVILLE POST NoTT 1 1a. 811 Grannis Avt. Executive Before 1st Hoard Wednesday' Monday\ and Khali Installed IMS have filing a baela.Z capacity Inch.* for of t">tlloaat _'V

$ Regular ntneUai SndVdnedr) of 4" card and AW fillet lack**
16,000 and monthly pay AMERICANWi each month. Hall open each I'uentay' TITUSVILLE of form S'4 ... ::. by a1t' hlgk.J. .
of $140 Including Tbur..y anti .itaturdsy seining .1 Shall have a impel front allowing
Tents 8 p.m. PUBLIC LIBRARY at lust 10" of foot roem
rincipal, interest, taxes Lakefront EstatesTITUSVILLE'S LEGION Sink. rirhm at floor level and ampl ""..'
---- --- 1421 r" Road room to allow operator t* alt
and insurance. Harry Teetrlck Co mil r, VETERANS OF, WORLD WAR i HOURS: In normal poiltloa facing re.

Meela Paul lit Hyari.and 3rd Adjutant)Tueaday BARRACKS 1196 Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. R,00 p.m. 4. Wb'afl' i have a I" deep work .... t.

See this 6 month old beauty NEWEST COMMUNITYOF Legion Hall, S p.mWoman's .-_ (: cacti Meets month first ,Wed.ieiday American Saturday _9 a.m. 5.30: p.m. 16'running u';': .full wing: width:1 W of file.wld wHh at.
each work inelf
with a lot of family living f l Legion: Hall with Cover. Tltusvillo Lodge No. 1902 .. hall not Top exceed 30" from"

EASY-LIVING HOMES! Club of ed Dish Luncheon, 1 pm 8J3y4 Loyal Order OfMOOSE floor to allow. u" et r..Ia.1I.I..bt .
Vithin its walls. cen-
L. K. Pepper Comdr. p'e chair. Work ihelf to be
allows Inc. Tom Watson Qrn. formica covr4.B. .
ter entrance foyer Vhall have a mlcroawltcb eontrolled -
3 bedrooms without Meets 1st Monday cf Each Month Moots Tuesday I p.m. safety cable running full

access. to the liv- 3 BEDROOMS ,1h! BATHSDOWN Octobrr thru May! TITUSVILLE: LIONS CLUB 1 Mile North .. Ml'mi on: U. S. 1 In width aeniltlvlty. of card adjustment area with. I ktrtll and

going through Jim Maltble, Governor an electrlo. *,. aafetv devise. .
ing room. The formal dInIng I Mrs. J. J. Condes Prcs, 7:00: pm. Thursdays Charlos F. Jacobs, S.c'y. .aoh of which hall operate on
separate. circuit to prevkle deal
allows to entertain Flotilla Restaurant afely, When activated, either.
room you :i00 P*' Month 4 South Lake ; safety denies shall Inalaally

in style and the living I 2 6 0 0 $79.38 Including' P. A I. PYTHIAN t_._, I II. G. Bcnzcnhafer Moots each Wtdnotdayof month An Hop.I th_ .trl.rotation eye circuit of the alone file.I I.

room with the family i 24 Year Mortgage SISTERS f President not aufflvlenl tl) m..' the' r e-
I P. M. aulrementa. of tkl. bid.
room adjoining creates a'lot TlluavllU Temple tl ISY J. W. Serums, Jr., Sec'y I.' .. Melmlor. kutloaa lo be fluahmouatcd
of livable area. The modern Mee 2nl 41 h Tue. rjQ 1.. \ 1 Oct. through Msy ,la the ...t.. ef tke.
0' serb month .t 5p.m. LaV" .,. Hardlra. work shelf
kitchen with pantry of- Check These Mr.. Douglas Filler M n,C. 1. Vuparvleery ace... wllcka, .
fers plenty of storage space t.- __ Mr.. /. H. Mtewurt. Sooty., 1 North'lSrn r41Hor..man' Pros.-Ph.. AM WS34( ';:1.1 woes )ullt.hi. memory akall. btI
Mrs. Evelyn Freeman aSter S p.mv"I: I protlaed it ,both 11II,1..1.' .
and the inside utility room /QDEL : !_Pianist Club ---- '.. -Motor shall ... localeU la rl.hllualal ,

allows you to wash and dry QualityFeatures i i KIWANIS CLUB Mo.tt ScnJ: Monday Each Manrh -- North; Br.vardBohabllitatlon P. r., < for flnlth:aervlologxlerlor On .be .ltke,

your clothes with no needto OPE. 7100 P. M. Center gray, tae, light' ames *r Uthl)
Mttts Tuetdtys blue at the option Clt tae p rtchatter.
go outside. The central DAILY I2i10: Lawrtne P.rk.r Pr... 421 Palm Street' .
heat and air conditioninggive : p.m.WHISPERING Phone AM 7-44J4 Meets 2nd Thur. every month 10. Lift out tray I* hare finger

pleasant living the TO 7" Y'" HILLS G(( PUBLIC. INVITED. In cut handling.out. at each end for eavt'
Built-in Range and Oven COUNTRY'CLU8 Chris P rkr, S.c'y
whole and the wall to __ __ ".1 W. L.. Partainhey. 11. Delivery required wltkla M.
year in Colors Doyl Frlnbee Mrs. Martha Faulk, day from receipt of order
wall carpeting in the living 0%; .r..nl. North Br.v rd Shrln Clob Ph... AM 7-3043 ((2. Overall al ti* of unit to ke. .
Tom 1)8-1/8" wide. by 4&-1/1A" d**.
area'gives that comfortable Mica Covered Cabinets __ _' -Oru. Bncrelarr 3rd Thursday 7130 p.m. -------- ---- and 63-3/4": hlgn. .

feeling. Oh yes, there is a White Terrazzo Floors B. P. O. E. ELKS LODGENo. .,*,_s\ Mist At reject The any Board and reserve all bid tile*. right' *ta

double carport and the 2113 e' : All bid* to b* marked: "Bid faf:
I Ducted Central Heat \ 7o ILKSCLUBChas. f@ TLTTITUSVILLE Rotary Cainn File
is lush sanitary -
landscaping on H. WICKHAVf.CHAIMMAN. .
.. Mots Monday /i\ '
Nights .
: Heller Pros.t'v .
and water too. Full Tile Baths Choice of '
sewer ii. w.4CE. 1239 S. Washington AM. Crank Dtrdtn HOAR!) or COl'NTT
The price is only $19,800 I I o'clock Y LITTLE COMMI8SIONERX.
Paved Drive Sodded Lawn Land ,
with $2,700 down. f : Pram Vulpius, E. R. 5' Ph. AM 7-034J THEATRE, INC. BHEVARO COUNTY
scaped RUI..ll -- ht Tuts of Mo. 1:00: p. m.Tkealre .
,/ Batchtldtr'
S.c. Feb. 8 Mar t Mont ill...
5. (
VETERANS OP 5.14t1. Hl>l.. mil Hr..a .,.e.TITf :
0 Plastered Walls] and Ceilings IDEAL "TlTuarHl; i -- -
..--- --- -- .; I LOCATION: ]* TO.lmatter.- FOREIGNWARSWmlinea .VILI.KScottish
Water .Dw WlMfwM HM Isal (Real l..4 A 4thriiareila.a $ n"lrt'l' or 1.1TIOX: TO
City *>S ;: fcMk it* C* wr Cfch. Mist Tuotdoys:4J : I ru, earkCliTb Rite pip.e.ssIb.it P1CTITISILa SIMS

I Located Between 2 Golf Courses : <: P.M. Open S P.M. Dally I'' Club P. 0. Ben 101 In, compliance'with House Bill Ma
Floyd C. Brown Pros. 1I7H Ckaptr Memker 3t>tf>a. Law
RlvorvltwRtitiurint' 70S Magnolia Avt. of Florid Acta of 1IN1. the line-
iV8tRELTOR5 John W. Fraser Socy.Mrl signal: will 1 regtatar with Ik. Clash
Ralph Scholbol Commander
tail Tae. 1iW,! p.m.Maeaal of the Circuit Court la Bre..,.4
h Milt Mortonton, Quartormattc-r TempleTituavilie County, Florida I
epos receipt of
: Orel Orvls' P,... AM 7-5769 proof of pukllcatlea ef Ibis nolle,
.-- -- t". foliowlne ttrlitloss aam.. Isv.
: Geo.M. Riyervi P0IA. TITUSVILLE wit: AS YOU LIKE: IT uaJe,
w Chapter which w* ar. engaged. la buala.**
I ", I JsrfsdNInc.. RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB at 111 t. Lemon. Tltuavlll. Pier
.8 THE NATIONAL' Ida. and that the underalgned ate
Fla. I II M.t..t Rlvtrvlow, Nuts SECRETARIES th* only pereo** IntereateJ la Soil.
Main St. Titusville
412 bu.lu...
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS School Itt Mon. Each lit and 3rd W.diss.d.y.
ASS'N. (Int'l) Dated tl Tltu'vlll''* Florid, thla.
@ Month, 7:10 p.m. 7:30 p.m. .
Zlat day of Feb.. A D. 1944.
Phone 267-3000 I TITU5YIUE FLA. PHONE AM 7-2711 AM 7-Mtt Earl Lae Menday ot Each Month Mary SmIth "
I SnyderPr..ld.nt Chambtr t* Commere Frieda Carter Pr... AM ,-:uoe Vies. Akin :,

_ I !!..._ S4_ Mar. 2, S. U IMon.l 1904.. '
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V.Jeatt lr / $15,000 TO $19,000 :.


/ Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville $4730 to $6850: Homes restrlced to 1800! sq. n. minimum.


FHA PAYMENT Only 2 MUes West of U.s.1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER,. INC. ,

THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone 3200GTdflStTltU3VW: 267-3222 or. 2672331Monel.y


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Tltvsvlll (Florid>)> Stir.Adv.<.t. Monday,March 2, "6C


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lOOIh StoreKeeping I .S 0' .4'..""""
.. ,..e"CCf.
W ,..nrr.rM INWIS4TER
pace with the ever r
expanding economic growth of o
Honda! the Publix Supermarkets 9
bpen their both store, March' ; "
lard, in Winter Haven.

"With new families moving
into our communities every day MARKETS/
fublix recognizes the great optwtunity .
to serve and crow: ,
and prosper in one of America'smost
dynamic states,' says O
George Jenkins, President of dtlr D Swift's Premium Sliced
rublix, whose markets today,
dot the map of Florida. Publij WHERE ;; ;
stores span an area from Day n Canadian s.a
to tona Atlantic to Miami coasts., and from the Gulf SHOPPING 1 Bacon : 5 9cpkg.
Gross sales, through the years ISA Tastyn
are a true indicator of a com .

pany's time popularity'figures substantial, IJ totaled)'1953, growth Publix's s little over and vol. : PLEASURE! Dinner Franks. .. ;I :: 49ca

$28 million. By the end of 1963,
sales had soared well over 219 / a SWIFT'S' PREMIUM PROTEN GOVT.
Million These figures show the INSPECTED
tremendous operational expan TENDER-AGED
lion that rublix has undertakento HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
parallel the present-day population .
boom ,jn Florida. To Jen-
kins, this Is purely a matter of ROUND
"a bigger company family with STEAK
more groceries to sell" __ (boneless)

Opening the 100th Publix Is a
milestone for Jenkins and the city ti a
bf Winter Haven. Over thirty M kkM! t
79C ,
years ago, the people of Winter
haven saw tho opening of the '. _
Very first Jenkins store and the -. PRICES
beginning of his well known .
chopping services.
John Garth, Internationally. \ MON., TUES.,
famous artist, was commissionedto WED., MARCH '
create huge moslac.tile murals r 2, 3, 4, 1964
for the front of the 100th store
This Is his second project for the
Publix market. Tho San Fran. delicious buffet treat( ': -
tlsco artist designed similar I IOO 00 EXTRA FREE 00Jfll lOO
Colorful mosaics for a Publix i in a
Fort Lauderdale. BORDEN'S (LIMIT 2)) ; i Groen

Manager of the new store is ; .r t rift''' ba, ..._.stampsj; ,
Harold "Bump" Hitchcock one CHEESE I SKIP TILE ;
of the first men to become associated CREAM 7 qt. site $1.15olm
with the Publix family M a' ,. WMlnotdM. March 4. I9M
+ Hitchcock, a resident of Winter i
Haven, has worked In tho number 00000000000000000000pkg.
one Public market since the beginning 3-ot. C + '

of name.Annual the.now-famous supermarket 1 0 F IOO I/JEA IOOI

Jfit i Green Stamps
'Book Fair' .. I dA*>i*c........."**....It ;
At St. Teresa's Ie TILE
CROSSE qt. iss) $1.49
One thousand books and an array ...,rn W.nooo- ,. M.rcH 4, IM4
of children's favorite story ;t
book characters arc planned fur RO'LL" OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ..QI'
i (the annual 'Bonk Fair' sponsored :, .
by the Home and School Association ,n! ; 09A
of St Teresa's Catholic .WFo1wEA1o5

School tl: limit 2 wpurchases / ,81 Green Stamps
At a board mooting Wednesday ;9A reg 0 of' I .irl<. iN_.,....4.....*._.'' I
evening Mrs. Logan .Mandtrs, ton '
library chairman 'announced U $3.00 or men AJAX LAUNDRY DETERGENT
plans for the fair which is scheduled o damn produce Ifine king alas. $1.35
for April 13, 14 and IS in the ....... W.an..Y. 11I..11 4. 1114
Kindergarten classroom at the OOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
school. t; mf'": i'./i 0 :' ,,,., FIRM HARD GREEN
Little E.3 Peep Little ned Rid .t rX <"
ing Hood Old Mother Hubbard ::t':' --OIDeXTRA UUU 50
and tharactcrs numerous will be other on storybook hand to :. ', Breakfast Club (limit 2)) C. Jll Croon Stamps" <

i meet and greet children/ and parents ; wi*Alt coupon mi wcliu. *oh '
attending the big event. .... MARGARINE ::5 KAISER ALUMINUM FOIL !
All 1000 books will be different 0 25 ft. roll. 33c .
C .... ._. ..
led currently found on a recommended w"' March ttM
list published by the Nat. 1.1b. 1 0 C 5 B 000000000000000000 .-
tonal Library Board. They have ctn. lb.
!been selected for age groups
ranging from Kindergarten Assorted Flavors 50JrX (EXTRA
through Jr. High School and Hunt's Delicious

hone With will such be a priced tremendous over $3.select ROYAL GELATIN Mushroom Sauce 2 :ci::' 27t. J71{ Green vid,6Ia aoraa, c.c Stamps wda..h( ;

ion of books, the fair promises to Underwood BrandSardines DECAF INSTANT COFFEE (

be an unusual for and parents outstanding of opportunity the pkg reg: 5c . . . . 2 :o:; 39t. 5-cx. !|for Mar.h 99c Laos rI
community to purchase their
thildren's favorite books. Proceeds limit 6 with purchase of' $3.00 or more Three Diamond Brand, OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOPURPLifPLUMS ?
from the event will be used $
to purchase much needed library White Meat Tuna 3 : ns .,e.. EXTRAf 50
books for St Teresa's FREE VVV.
School. Red LabelKaro
1 2-pt. il" Green Stamps
Syrup . . . to. bot, 31t. lili..i._.o..c.4"**...di ;
c I
SNO-Tip Alaska -

i .O'UJy I ONE I II Penny Saver Pink Lotion SalmonDelciously- I . . . . . C' toll can 57'P'oy '. ...'m 100 Wodnood./ct. bot..rl 79c.. 4 1114DETERGENT

: DifferentMinute

I There Isonly I I Rice . . . 1 14-ox.pkg.> 45 6 50mEFAmso

i one 3 2.2.oz. 'I Assorted Scents Glad '''(' Groen Stamps
CO* rOl1
cie Air Freshener . . . bomb w 7 I .I....Ia-.. I
.. .. .
.., : : : :' '" 7-esr sis: Sac
a dairy siteciuls } ;-t.
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: \1'\ i ..' Much / /
o pe wr..c SQQQQo.foT 2 2 OOS
Breakstone's: Brand lit ( }J.

liyl .. SOUR CREAM . . . . . cup 39 ';:" (Welcome- / ,
Pillsbury CrescentDINNER B E

ROLLS . . 8-os.; 29'K. i Florida < ULli 528 PARK AVE.
: ., M al R r s4 r
10 y..r > --v- lto s/
:. bua f .t.rtae>f.s aa.a(...ra..a.lty d silt 1a ,; 0 frozen foods VISI PIRTLE PLAZA .

: ::; lat.r.aU.a .a i iw.l..a Pepperidg. Farm' Assorted Flavors k : :
Wa0..t6o- ::;/'.,., ,J ...... TITUSVILLE FLORIDA ',
j : r' AM 7-0762 . . . ;! : 49' \

\ I
accent all lux : "
lipton's liptcm's: .lipton's liquid liquid handy-andy' '
WELCOME,WACOM seasoning instant tea tea bags bulk tea detergent detergent liquid cleaner

... \ .i t..: 29- .!: P3 uk.ct. 67- ;,k..>> 45- sic.?." 79- 11......... 57- u..1..... 69-

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