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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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Spring Concert Tomorrow Night


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Mill present .1 iinuit tomorrow mar, h by Sonsa Vkloit i 11"PI, A free will offering;

tt niiiht (Thursday: ) in thehuh; Sej' liv Bennett "Thonua rumiCiilln.it '' '.\ill l.i, .ikrn. ( during! the program

sihool, Sullivan" "I'or The band numbers 83 music!
oiinuisiuni: beginning at / and ,

t s ".* U p.in, Qui?" by Fici.cilc, "The InsUnt inns and, Tlurvlay's program: will
,a- r Lc a sampling of varied! band
The following minibus will ne Conductor" by Polli-urm and !music including the numbers the

Ask"t, presented: "S'mphnnll'< Suite" "King Cotton Match" by Sousabund will play(| at the forthcoming

; by William, 'The. T .ir. '* Unite' Thin In the band's first con dislrlit band festival to be held,

-qv + <" 4 4 ii uy Hiinskx Kiisjko'Hill/ ml 1 t of the season and (he public I m Daytona [Beach in March
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OHh Year No. 25 5c Per Copy Titusville, FloridaWednesda_ February 2G. 1964 __ 20 Pages Today ,'u :ii"h.: :d Mondays. Wednesdays and Friday
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Hospital Bids M 1st "Y" Board







Are Due May 4Bids Named ; Member





on the new seven-story day eAT
Drive To
addition to( Jess Parrish Memorial he said that the plans had Begin

Hospital will probably be been approved by the office of
opined May. 4, according to Art
Art Forehand in Tallahassee!
Worthati, bu ]ding committee who directs the federal Hill.Bur. Thuty' members of a provlioniii Herbert Jolmson. V>rnon ,t.iirwn Mcintosh stated, "The board
chairman. board of directors were' Oil W 11. I lIo!< sll0ff. Robert 1111'1).) will be starting a membership
"We'll put the plans and specifications ton program: in the itate named at Monday night's meeting lion, drive soon These members will

( out for bidding March) 01 interested citizens, in forming
have part in the
will be reviewing setting of
"Our engineers Hev Arnold, Claus! Itev Joe up
24 to a selected list," Wortham a North Brevard YMCA, Tho "Y" policies and will elect
them until the March 24 Uoatwrifiht.: Dr. W G. Young, a
told the Star-Advocate: yestcr- meeting was held at Cituens permanent board of directors.
date" Wortham pointed out bank Mrs. Kita Novotny, Dill I DuviiDr I .

He said that the local board Elected' chairman of this tempoiary Claude Godwin Shirley Kl;I. "As soon as sufficient funds

I. R. Plaza Firms had received "complete" approval who board, Bert McIntosh, ton, Jack ScliwdnstnTK, C.oorto/: are on hand, the organization '
"Y" MEET At Monday's meetingof j id given credit for starting the "Y" was) Morgan IUI l Kennedy) Ray Win- will obtain .
for $1 I million in Hill.Burton the North Brevard YMCA group, a drive here and Gene Lomlin. program director who has been among those Instrumental stead, Joan O McIntosh John S. who will a paid set program the actual director

construction grant and an provisional board of directors was set up. of the South Brevard YMCA.SAPhoto ( in launching the Miller Woodrow J. Danlcn, up
program of activities and
Offering Specials additional $200,000) for the enlarged Above left to right Chairman Bert Mc- )) YMCA program( fur Titusville, Doyle Frisbee, Murray U. Swann program underway," McIntosh get a

out-patient department, Intosh, secretary Mrs Robert Lehman' The group: heard Gcnu Lomhn, and( Herman Chandler.Bulldozer. said I
Indian River 'Plaza Merchants increasing the total to $12 mil program director( of the South (

today are advertising "Leap lion. First approved was for S Brevard YMCA, 'explain the general :

Year Savings" H a special promotion $900,000 and only last week itn'aa operation of a "Y" and used
announced that this had the operation of the South Bre- Operator HIi
7-Day Service For Office yard organization as an exampleof (
With Indian River Drugs been: Increased \to $1.1 1 million f
operation.
Automatic: Appliance, Eagle: The newest t announcement In.
States, River, .Lanc ssnaclc,bar crejsed this anotner( $100,000.) 'Ij.i 4i: W">,'*'..: A:i':. c'-' fJ'' was .xJla>1 }lpd by.UtalrmanAl :!
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'WlV'** '.P- -' [ntonh7TfhaY'nw\ board H
w7v/ -L secretary 'i
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and Jay Bee'Jew tSrt parlliipat"ing Worjham also; pointed, ; out (Tut v" Titusville Police Station located "This wilt enable the Depart ill/ that he would ahortly be asking Mrs. Robert Lehman, wit Saves Homes From Fire

the special event opens tomorrow the Housing and Home Financs Just east of the city hall ment to give service on, 'papci r for other employees to relieve really responsible for- activitynow ,I Iwlnrls ,

and will continue thr Agency had approved $900,000 will have seven.clay business work and take care of the pub work( load in other crowded at hand In the "Y" drive. lie d

ough Leap Ytar Day Satur- ami that Harry Lindsey of the hours from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. asa lie on all seven da>.." City Manager departments told of Mrs. Lehman's corresptmdance Earl Northtutt, an employee of threatened the vacant

day.There's local'off of that agency had result of action by the city Cleveland Talmadge told I I The city manager also received with the Orange Driveways, Inc: saved at least houses just off Garden St.

29) per cent off on been a great deal of help in council last night. the council last night. approval to remodel( portions of County "Y" In endeavoring to three homes from destruction Northcutt, who was operating

items at the Jewelry Store processing this application( The council approved the employment He pointed out that the eta-( find how she could begin a move yesterday afternoon when a bulldozer on tho Garden St. four

special prices en items at the of additional steno- partment was on 24,hour servlcand ment here. The Orange group referred raging grass fire, fanned by high lane project, successfully held the
Drug Stort and at Eagle's, dinner Included in the bids to be received clerk help in the departmentwhich on call during every minuteof new recreation director and into her to the Southern Area fire from reaching the building:!

specials at the: snack bar and May 4 Is the 7-,tory structure will extend the hours daily the day through the new radio which the building inspection and Council In Atlanta which in turn by plowing( through the burning;

presentation of the new 1964 Admiral with the top two floors to 8 p,m. and also enable the office network operated out of the central public works department will put her in contact with the South Parkway BandsTo grass

color TV by the appliance only, in "shell" form for latert.nishing to be open during the 8.9 fire station move because of present overcrowded Brevard group, and from that has
Chief Jim Drown of the Titus-
store work. hours on Saturdays and Sundays. Talmadge also: ( told! the Coun- conditions.In evolved the "Y" drive effort
vllle Fire Department said. "If
action the council here. Offer ConcertTwo
other :
it
had not been fur Northcutt
Mrs Trail Has Seen Many, Many ChangesCelebrates S Approved low bid recommendations Others elected to tho board! driving into the fire with the

by Talmadge on a19M were: Parkway bands will b<9 bulldozer, the flames would han
sedan for in the Bob Lehman Dr. Alvin Kahn
use public
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featured: In a combined concert reached three of the houses and
works department to McCotter Dr Burdette Olson, Mrs. Olson
I Friday evening: at 8 p.m in the maybe a fourth one. High wlmiswere
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Motors at $2.047.15 and for a 1964 Keith Bobeson. Rev. Ed Norman
9 Bfh Parkway Cafetorium. rapidly spreading the blaze
< Birthdaythere station wagon/ for( the recreation "
toward the
department to Faulk Chevrolet at Fred Karl Will The concert, open to the public directly Itrown said. buildings
$2,325.53. with no adinlmiion thane will
The houses, located on the turner
Bill her husband late E. T. A and of > all the S resolution Include the beginners band and
By Lyerly the Trail long faithful member t that day turned Approved a setting
of Crtnnls and Garden
moved here with their family of First Baptist Church she was pupils out to see the wonderful up a city defense council to work Speak Here SoonFred the intermediate "I' band all vacant are
of important
Just think the -
many four daughters in 1913. Mr honored' recently at a party as "plaything'' Of course many with the county and state civil tie: group will play such to
"According various
reports.
events that have happened Trail passed away in November, fiitnds and relatives turned out said it wouldn't last, that it defense councils. Talmadge laid Karl, a Democratic selections a I "Rip Van Winkle the fire was accidentally net by a

to our world in the past 1933. to honor the grand lady. would never replace the horse. this was necessary before the candidate for the Governor of Overture, "Junior Band March", group: of children! whit had, been

century. Mr Trail has led an active Of the wonderful things Mrs. Yes the! past 100 yeses have City could receive matching funds Florida, will be In Titiuvlllo "Shadowland Waltz," "SunsetMctliUitioni playing in that area," Brown

How lucky are those email few life, or we should say is "leading" Trail has seen, the first automobile brought( many wonderful scenes, or be eligible in for donable surplus for a public meeting March U ( ,". "Indian Princess. added!

who have been chosen to see an active life, as she still is one oJ the most memorable and Mrs. Kitty Trail has been property the future tot Day view Auditorium, accord. "To A Wild, Rose," "Step Up

the world change so drastically cnjnyj: good health and does her In 1908. a doctor in Blrd.villl' .- fortunate enough to have been Donated $500 to the Brevard ing to Karl's North Urcvard( March," "Alaildm's, LampOvt'l'ture. Solid Demo Front
County World's Fair Authority, "
the and see first hand Campaign Chairman, Dave "Holiday/ Serenade
in the comparative short of OWl household chores. She loves bought the first auto in that rn scene
span after councilman Jim Prltchard
100 to work in the yard in good arcs. and Mrs Trail's daughter, most of these innovations Boyctt. "EIII)' Steps March," "Havan/
years.Mrs. weather tending flowers and Mrs. Jcin Sanders tells us that It must have been an exciting voiced strong recommendation objection to Tal.madlle'l that The meeting will begin at 8 Nagllah Fantasy," 'Palace Being PlannedAn

Kitty Trail of Titusville, other yard jobs the school she was attending life be p.m, Boyc't said. Guard Overture", "Autumn Not-:
$1,000 appropriated. Pritchard
who completed 98 years of a Karl, who sounded off at a turn," "Kamennol Oitron"
said he would rattier the to produce a "solid
see attempt
long and fruitful life recently, ceremony opening Ms headquarters "S>ncopatel. Clock," "St Ceci
money spent on needed projectsIn (front1 foi the Democratic: party
has seen the horse, the unchanged at Daytona Beach Wednesday lia's Day," "Hansel/ and GnjKi 1
the city such as sidewalks, the Sheriff's: is
ai far as race
mainstay in transportation said he would take neither Overture, "Wonderland, DyNight"
streets ditches, etc. Councilman announced
hat been
orurincM
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the "blaml stand nor the grand
since the dawn of man,
Randy Nunnally said he also took Execu-
staid,;!," but would discuss the Wayne E. Lewis, bj the now Democratic
bow cut to Mercury Capsules, into account the city's needs but will direct tj .t Committee Chairman Mrs.
circling the earth with its passengers issues openly with anyone both bands. ,
dh'n't want the city to be a "" W D Bruner of Tttusville.MM .
: at speeds up to 18,000 miles "Uggard" on this project since Drunur who had been
per hour c other cities\ were donating funds
vice-chairman auto-
serving as ,
She has seen the smoky little t lie moved the $500 donation and became committee
+ 1 1o'.t.c.JJy:
steam engines and the sleek and i .Fit councilman Bill Walker secondedit. ; : rh.mman: as a result of the Feb.
Both voted for it with councilman _
romantic clipper ships of a cent /IS rtkigna ion of Bill Roundtrr
ury ago/ fade in the past to be Ed Willis and Pritchard of Corey.

I replaced by fast modern automobiles against It, leaving the deciding Some, aid. that she had contacted
vote up to Mayor Kitties who
and
streamlined trains
mvt'iiil of the candidates for
fast powerful atomic ships. supported the $300 donation. Democratic nomlnatjoa t tot Shea

Even these are here for avery 1, yt wf Y"iJ Passed an ordinance correcting iff, plus a numbw;uf.comrnrttcm "

shoit t time, for this changIng : tail a portion of the city's code of inbcks, arid plans''*W set up aseries

woild of ours will ice""rocket ordinances relating to water connection rw of breakfast or luncheon
charges and the cost of
ships pioneering: the way to interplanetary mcttmji: with all of the- candvddtcs
meter deposits. Talmat'ge! said
travel luring the 'campaign.S'i .
: Transportation
that when the original ordinance
that made this world into a ; mid that, mc rtings would
was written, the wrong figures
small neighborhood, will someday had been used. tie set tip I in Tarious l "'tccfionf oi

place the univere in ,reach .... Received a petition signedby the r.o'inty' end that they: wouldbe
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of I .. .. ''; 138 residents of the Hood Avenue c per to the ,prii \and tli<
e.Mrs.. Trail of 431 Dummi'tt 1.1 Mtyl'" area in the Indian River p: in She UV.nitmbtr: of

Ave.. celebrated! her !83th birth- ""t, ,l. .:. .. } 1v.it. .section which stated; "We the ...rte' th ro.nniittc woul I< t, pttsealCiic1

diy anniversary jon Feb. 19. .. ; -. ..:., undersigned: residents and freeholders < meeting": *q,
Only two short years away -- In the City of Titusville. II thIs prints successful 'We
from that century mark, Mrs. HONOR M"RS. TRAIL -: Relatives( ana ers, daughter: ; Mrs. John Olew: kt, granddaughter Florida (formerly of Indian River TO PRIDE WITH! PRIDE Two Titusville Jr Woman e In rnl"rje It to include' candlf11 -

Trail has :seen all these wonderful friends turned out to honor Mrs. Kitty ; Mrs. Howard Osteen of Cocoa, City, Florida), do hereby protestany Club Members appeared to be beaming with pride recently .. rj for of i iet officer if they
changes take place Trail on the occasion of her 93th birthdayat niece; Mrs. Fern Coram eldest daughter, action by the city council of when they presented a check representing 100 per si desire," she Hid.

a party given by First Baptist Church who makes her home with Mrs. Trail; Titusville to repair maintain, remove cent membership in Pride, Incorporated to Rav Ledford. II 's felt fut' such meetings together
Mrs Trail was born in 1866, recently. Pictured above with Mrs. Trail Mrs. James Wineberg of Cocoa, niece of or otherwise alter the From left are Mrs.!\ Jack Larks, JWC president, Mrs. Rich- will entourage: canoklaUs.t :

during the great War Between (seated), were ]left to right Mrs. James Mrs. Trail; and Dr. W. S. Hardin, pastor drainage ditch located on the ard Vanllorn, chairman of the JWC Community Affairs t., fusel fa "muj slinging" and

the States in Livingston County. C'ohghtlv of Melbourne a daughter! ; Mike First Daptlst Church. wrnl aide of Hnod Avenue boS Dept and Ltdford. Mrs. Van Horn 13 also information present! tli-ir campaigns on :a

near Birdmlle: Ky She and Olevoki, .reat- .raI1Won.. Mr>*>. Jean :zand: .. 7.DAY On Page I chaumaa lot the new Civic CenterCarlson( Photo). personal I qualifications basis

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2 TlfvMvlll (Florid) St Advocate WedndUly, Fitruiry, 1 IM Bond Purchases In


County Up 36 Perceri


January purchases: of U, SSirinss '
Il L Editorials bonds in Brevard CouI I

ty totaled $40 ,128, aA increas

of 3'$ per cent over purchase

r. ID! January last yea?.

Purchases In Florida totaled;!
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Haven't Begun To Fighl "Planet Earth" FilmsThe over $9 million, a decrease cf

tae I of a percent ovef last year.

r Purchases during the 12 mon-

The letter received recently by Congressman Ed "Planet }"atth" color film series now being shown j, ths ending January; 31 totaled

Gurney from a Titusville student was, after much con- students at three BreVard high schools, with Wednesday $ 1 rt ery $3.' million, an Increase of

cern and study, wisely answered by our Representative evening showings for the general public, are being received -' during HI.9 per the cent previous over 12 purchases months.

Irt Washington. with appreciation here in the space area. xAg -

Prompted by the concern of this 14-year-old over Students and residents who have become interestedin Lit a101(151.' Tilt: fIRf c:me IT V.i.COI 11 RT.*MXTII i> r KnnrriRD

the future of America in of the threat >t ,.T tK or
light posed by these
sciences through our close proximity to Cape i ti.oitiiM. 11' rn ,*,tun.
,Communism, the letter apparently shocked Gurney, who *ori K nt PORE: 1.,41111<1 \ir.':
Kennedy are obtaining a practical knowledge from the Nonce I is hereby given that the

read part of its contents to his fellow)) Congressmen in films which are designed for lay viewing, and present the Court undersigned of the, Clerk Ninth of Judicial the Circuit Circuit',

the House.It la and for Brevard County Florida,
subject matter in
terms understandable the
to
average > pursuant to the decree of foreclosure
is not hard to understand how this young man's layman.The. entered In a cue pending In scud
Court, the ityle of which la
'rears: of America losing its priceless freedom have arisen. films of man's 7HE; 8LAMRN8: BANK FOR IIA V.
portray a picture quest for know- ISO! IN THE CITY OF NEW

,Almost daily the news coverage, in one form or another, ledge in various geophysical fields, having stemmed ; oV'.L. / YORK.a New York corporation
MWHO'S Plaintiff
points up incidents in the 'Cold War' in which the Communists form the International Year and -- -- --- v.
Geophysical were
pre. RITA PI. KRAV8K et al,
are continually on the offensive. These do pre pared and produced by The National Academy of Sci-1 GOT A FERRY? This scene on shallow, usually have to be pulled out. Defendants,

: sent a distorted picture that is why the cold war of Orange Street, just west of FEC tracks, Is The residents of this street have to taka and ,the will docket offer. number for sale of and which cell. at la27JU9

S and incidents ences. J a constant annoyance of the residents of the long way around and enter the business Public: Outcry to the highest and
propaganda wages on. hem bidder for cash, the
Confusing terms end language, usually accompany" that area. After every rain, particularly district from Main or Garden Streets, described property situate following In IJ..-

: In our mild-mannered defensive tactics we are on these sciences, are translated into ordinary lay ones and 'I the hard rain here last week, this area of rather than the short cut down Orange. yard Lot County 26 Block, Florida D, Weatwooil to will VII-

the receiving end of insult on top of insult, which are viewers derive a better understanding of the challengesand the road is completely impassable, and City officials have said there is a lack of las Subdivision. First Addition,

easily misconstrued when taken in singular light rather accomplishments in the various fields depicted. those who venture across, thinking it is drainage at this spot-(S-A Photo). Pcordlnif recorded In to Plat map or Hook plat 14 thereof Pane"

than in the" overall cold 1\4. Public Records of llrevird
war developments. Through
These films would, wherever shown, create interest County. Florida.
these the Reds are gaining a that of makingit Together with but not limited to,
purpose and a quest for further knowledge they are particularly / the following-: Range. ., Heater: per-
Communism is winning but wellas Letters From rncntly: Inatallert.flald .
appear they as Our
Readers .
appropriate and appreciated here where we are so I sale l will be held at the last
.. we, know this! is far from true. Concealment of truths front door of the Brevard County
closely associated with the space program efforts. Courthouse In the City of Tltunvllle,
: | ever vital to Communism. Florida on the 17th day of March,
We urge all, who have the opportunity, to view these Wh' Started It? Look For Th. Monkeys destruction. Our hope was, of 191\4. at 1:30: o'clock P.M. or aa loon
: Gurney reassured this young man that "America thereafter aa the tame can be dope
films and obtain a better knowledge of the principal dis- Editor: Editor: course, to make all of "them" (Court Seal)
Will continue to be the land of the free but Curtla R. Barnes Clerk
: only so long coveries arid ideas that still pose a challenge to science as I would like someone to trice In the Feb. 24 edition, someone sorry they'd ever heard of "us", By V. 8. Spangler
: as it remains the home of the brave." This was a good the rumor "Fred Karl Is a lineman signed "Property Owner" much less take us into the city. Deputy Clerk
we stride forward In the complex about us. HOE9T WIOHT *: BURFORD
: reply and is also very true. space age and the most capable of the complains that since the consolidation ) All is for naught; we are dis American National\ Dank Hldg. 1ix ,
The science clubs of the various high schools which P. O Box 111188VI
: May we go one step further and say, "Son, the con contenders; however, he won't of our fair communityInto covered. Plan Bravo must now Petersburg. Florida
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and along with Lockheed MSC Management Association are win" back to Its original Titusville, every property be put into action. Wait until F..b.26 (Wed) 1964 ,
cern interest In
: displayed by you writing this letteris
sponsoring the films, are to be commended on this fine source for me. owner down here has from one "Property Owner" finds herd TUT': rinf i'IT 'III'IIT OF TUB:

assurance that the very traditions on which our great project. For three weeks I have been to three togs, and that these- of monkeys stealing the oranges I ,Mini POR( -It i)1(1.51.IBC1IT.IIKrViKI: Till..XTflIIOKIIM. \ Ir ttMl

country, was founded are well)) entrenched in your gene actively campaigning for Representative nlmnls roam the area, Invading from! his groves! "'*
I 4 II,\'< MtV: Ml gems 1
ration .,, .to keep the stars and stripes flying over the Karl and have run Into yards and in general being Fiendish, Plotmaker I >Tirr> ': TO ntrrvn: ,i
land this statement from men In various doggy. DOLORES M. EDDLEMAX f
of
the free and home of the brave. Communism School Prayer IssueFurther Plaintiff
positions. To these men and Now, the average reader may IN Tilt: CIRTlr (iii NT or TH KMNTII v.
must not and will not prevail over these America to anyone reading this, I offer well wonder about connection "llt"I'IIiCUT.. Ir EDWARD W. EDDLEMAN
any .
hasn't yet begun to fight." effort is being made to outlaw Bible readingand this question "Is out voting between consolidation and a'IOHIPA\\l. t'OK IIKKtlKII tOlNTVIN ; TO: T/Sgt. Edward W. Endleman Defendant' !
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public really so naive as to think 10. 111111.11 Detachment 2IUH Communl.cation
packs of dogs. I admit the two .
THOMAS VELLANTI and HOBl.RT Sq (AFC8)
8pringefieid
recitation in Florida schools in the form ofa
prayer Representative Karl the best man don't have any mutual ground, : F. STO.VERCXK. a> Kxeculonof Municipal( Airport Ohio.
Invasion Of High request to the U. S. Supreme Court to order the FlorIda and then not elect him?" but to those of us in the know the ,Ettatl Occeatecl of CAHMEN VAL1CE.NTI complaint Notice la for hereby divorce. liven has been that filed.. I

Supreme Court to reverse Its decision upholding the It is my belief that this rumor it means simply that "Property Plaintiff. against. you by the plaintiff thenave
circulated for -VI' styled court and you are
I practice. was a purpose Owners" has stumbled onto our CONWAY D KITTREDOE: and hereby required to aerve. a copy of
Robert G. (Bobby) Baker, former Senate Democratic to keep the public from becoming caieful POLLYANNA K KirTREDOK. ::, your aimwer and pleading: upon J.
Just last month the Florida court upheld the valid interested in what RepresentativeKarl plot "Indian River I his wit., William Woodnon p. O. Box 157.
; secretary who apparently used the office for everything City's Revenge." D.tendaoleNOTICE Rau Oallle. Florida, attorney for
ity of the Florida law requiring daily Bible reading with stands for. Of ( r.F.RK'I.."; the plaintiff, and fits the. original
i it was worth and then some is now claiming the For weeks we! have been care Notice I I. hereby liven that the answer or pleading In the Offke of
out sectarian comment on the grounds that it was dif If you or any of the readerscan undersigned ae Clerk or the. above the Clerk of the Circuit Court at
: Senate Rules Committee is :invading his rights guaranteed enlighten me as to the fully trainir.fi; our faithful canines styled Court: under and by virtue of Tltuivllle, Brevard. County .Florida
i ferent from most states. This law was first upheld by source organizing them into wolf the Final Decree af foreclosure ber.tofore .. on or before. the. 27th day of March
by the Constitution. of the rumor. I would be most entered In that certain I 1SW4. If you fall to do 10, a Decree.
the state court ruling handed down in August, 1962, priorto I like othersIn packs, and teaching them the cause pending In the Circuit Court Pro Contrast will be taken stalest .
appreciative. .
I Baker who emassed a small fortune while earning many ef the Ninth Judicial Circuit of you fur the relief demanded In the
the U. S. Court's 1963 decision holding Bible readingand most fiendish guerilla tactics .
North Brevard and throughoutthe Florida In and for Brevard County, complaint.
$19,612 annually as secretary to Senate Democrats and This notice shall be.
Florida. In publishedonce
a real Viet Cong type thing. Chancery being Chancery
State feel Fred Karl and
school unconstitutional. can .
week for four
prayer Cue No. 26&I4: In which a consecutiveweeka
!has-been, under court and Congressional fire for some will win. Then these devilish animals were Thom, Vtllantl and Robert. h'. In the Tltuivllle Star-Advo
-* This request to the highest court is being made by .
Blonerock aa Execulori of the ate
month, how, 4s-refusing tq produce! ;}iis personal! and' ilf ,.' Dave BoyattCampalgnManager dispatched into the old Titusvillearea JCitate of Carmen Vtllcentl, Decta Done. and Ordered. at TltuivlPc
business records for the comiriittee.J four Miami parents, who are also( asking the court to( '(\vo prefer to call is "North ..d, art. plalnttfft,, and Conway Florida, tbl* lath day of February

( The $2 'million accumulated reverse the Florida ruling) that sustained conducting of North Brevard Committee Indian River City") with Instructions D..d.Klttredce e, hll wife and. .Pollyanna r..'defendant K. Klttr ; I.- 1964. 8f Curtis R. Barnea, Cleric
Baker while
the
J by on aa Clerk appointed by the Court In of the Circuit Court
to wreak havoc and
baccalaureate FRED KARL for
Senate it would iS programs, a religious consensus among i governor oald decree. under and by virtue at Byt: V. a. Spaniler. D.C.
job
: seem, of paramount interest and and the terms. thereof will offer. for sitesnd (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
tests for teacher
pupils religious qualification
as a
i; and concern to that body as it has certainly operated as employment. hlfheat.cell and at beat public bidder outcry for, J'ib, I the at. J.8/J.William William Woodaon Wooilnon

a reflection on the Washington due to the Secondary Road Budget HearingFor th. East door of the Court Ilbuie fit P. 0 .Box 1175
group pres- Brevard County In the City of Tltuivllle Eau Qallle, Florida
I sues.! Baker elected to exert while occupying the posi Schools, we contend, come under the Jurisdiction of March.,1964 Florida between on the the 9tb houra day of of Feb 26. Mar 4, 11. 18 (Wed) 1964.

tion. If this is not the case.why would he have any objection and are instruments of the various states, which make Brevard At 3:30: March 10th 11 belch:00 AM.a legal and sates 1:00: P day,M.. Hie and same the l NINTH> TUB "C'IIiClIT'UUIClKC'IIT.C'OI'HT UF,Tilt INAMI

to producing the records? the laws applicable to the same, and we think the U. S. described Hlt HKKt; .tltl 401NTY,
... FIIRII)tCR.te.RY
His attorney contendS( the tribunal has neither the Supreme Court went too far afield in their 1963 ruling The secondary road budget be programmed for the fiscal being Lets In 4. Brevtrd T, I. 8: 10 o.II.'JYh: .Florida Blocn: ( TI U'NO.K' Or J71HON .nT,

power nor the disposition to acquit him of the chargesat just as they have done in their recent reapportionment hearing: for District Five will be year beginning July 1. 1964, and 60 19, and all being loU 1 In through the revised 12, Block JAMES H REID Plaintiff

hand, so tje, records will !not, be produced He stated ruling, which in effect, says that a majority of our Con held March 10 in the State Road ending June 30, 1969.: Indian River City ccortflnr platof V.
district office De- to plan recorded In Plat Book 10 ANN REID,
at
that if they have charges of wrongdoing against Baker gressmen are questionably or illegally seated. If this is Department Brewer said the Road Depart- 4, pace 12 and Plat Book 4, pits D.tendant.
Land Road Board member A. TO JO ANN
103 public recorda of Brevird : REID
they should be for true are they the ? ment also considers recommendations County, Florida, AND that SOT N. Cleveland
presented grand jury action. In this why just now questioning legality Max: : Brewer has announced.The by the boards of county of the vacated. portion of part HI- Albany OrorgixTots .
:Jthe confidential role Baker occupied is being conveniently Wouldn't it have been the duty of the court to speak up bricua Avenue adjacent to Uu.afor..ld ARE HEREBY!: NOTIFIED
secondary road program commissioners before adopting property on the Eiat.and that a suit for divorce. has been
.overlooked the all-powerful political connections long ago in this respect, before they were declared elect its primary construction program. between the Emt llnea of tied against you In the Circuit
financed the 5th, Oth and .
,
by .
said! lute and the rlght-of-way of Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit,
which enabled him to become a BTO (big time operator). ed and administered the oath of office? Mr. Justices, 7th cents of the state gasoline Following the district hear- Florida Bait Coast Railroad In and. for Brevard County, Florida,

( Since Baker elected to use the powers of his Senate surely there is a time to speak up or forever hold your tax is adopted after recommendations ings the Road Board will adopt the and North bounded line on of the lot 4.North-Block by 59 entitled Vt. JO JAMES ANN H.REID.REID.DefendanLChancery Plaintiff.
tentative statewide budget it extended Eaiterly' to the Florida.Eaat rfo. 27380. You are .hereby .
a
Individual
{Ijob' ? above and beyond the knowledge and intent of tongue. by the board Coat Railroad rlffhtof- I required to service a copy: of
of county: commissioners. its monthly meeting April 16. way and on the south by the your answer or other. written dfeniei .
:that body surely they have a right to know to just The court erred in their interpretation of the mean. This tentative budget includes South line of Oak Street AND to the Complaint filed herein

;what t extent he did use'them. While the courts are to trig and scope of the Constitution in regard to the school The hearings determine the both secondary and primary ALSO that"vacated portion lying ot PritchardAvenue between. P.upon O. JuMlce.Box M2.. McCarey Cocoa Beach& Travcrf FlorIda ,

:mete'out his punishment, this does not exclude the Send prayer and Bible reading just as they have done in the secondary road Improvements to projects. The primary projects the the East West line and of the Capron Florida Road Fast on file, the attorneys original for' thereof Plaintiff In, the and office to-

sate. Rules Committee's interest in affairs that reflect on reapportionment ruling. No one makes the atheist pray ore financed by the first four The Coast laid Railroad property on the aa East.aforniM, of Brevard of the Clerk County.of the Florida Circuit on Court or

'that body. .l. so why prevent others who want to? cents of the state gasoline tax. together with all the. tenementa. before the 26th day of March A.D.
Brevard Is hereditaments and appurtenances 1964.
A public hearing will be held .
The U. S. Supreme Court has endeavored to confer thereunto belonging, or In any wise HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Decree
: The interest of the Committee in light of the on the statewide tentative bud- appertaining, being sold te satisfy Pro Confeiao will be entered. atalnat
many laid decree.Dated .
for the l In
itself you relief for
additional and executiveand prayed
J shady deals revealed involving Baker is nothing but upon powers authority, get at the Road Board's monthly this. 13th day of February said Complaint.
in in of Included In 23 1M4. DONE AND ORDERED at Tltuavllle. -
legislative nature, many its decisions in recent meeting in Tallahassee May ,
R Barnes .
:natural. It is hoped they will make an example of theirdiapproval f.fR1I.R Florida this 25 day of February
years. It would appear the judicial obligations and and the final operating budget BARNES: A. D. 11164\

J influence-peddling, not soon to be forgotten duties of the, court would be so demanding on the body will be adopted in Tallahassee Clerk Hrevard Circuit C HENt1ERSON Court COURT CURTIS SEAL R.) BARNES*
: on Bobby who now would bite the hands that fed, Shelter SurveySixtytwo June 23.Brevard. THOMAS L. Clerk of the Circuit Court for
that it would require the full time and knowledge of will Attorney for Plaintiff Brevard County, FloridaBy
and fed, and fed him. County's requests sea SouthVaahlnfto Avenue Bertie HallDeputy
the Justices in order to conduct these properly without more Florida counties be heard at 3:30: p.m. Tltuavtll. Florida. Clerk
Feb 28 (Wtdl 1964 .Feb. :26! Mar 4. 11. 18 (Wed.) 19 .f.
delving intb other fields over which they have no proper have!' beast added to the National

i A Job Well Done jurisdiction.- Fallout Shelter Survey

Perhaps It they stuck to their business and let the individual Updating Program being con

:J We have many things here in Titusville of whichwe states conduct theirs the whole country ducted by the U. S. Army Corps

would be much betters off and the citizenry much hap of Engineers, it haa been announced
; are justly proud our schools churches, organizaq by Col.! H. R. Parfitt

:tilt S, bttslnesf, an economic climate ., and one of the pier. Jacksonville District Engineer. The 4''
most enthusiastic groups supporting all the above assets A mandate of the people directing the court to occupy Uo

:is Junior Chamber itself with judicial duties i < letting the proper authorities Army Engineers started In
our of Commerce.
who cart do far bettet of it the rest of the September 1963 posting fallout Happiest v In
I Our a job run a. e 1
Jaycees have just returned from the annual wins shelter signs on public and private

:Jter conference at Panama City where they captured two country a appears to be! long overdue. buildings throughout the r

J state awards. Membership to date stands at 188, the large TlruivilU (Florida) StarAdroca tection state which standards meet and minimum for which pro town

J est in its history and still growing, making it one of the verbal or written permission to

most active chapters in the state. mark had been received from I

I These young men are currently conducting the com Established 19)) _.QRIo,4 building owners or managers, ( \, ',L.

munity survey for the Titusville area and are continually Published Mondays, d Colonel Parfitt taid.

striving to promote civic improvement$ ,at all levels. Wednesdays, and Friday j Acivl, p The updating phase of the fall. SAVE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR'S WORK HARDER

They are exhibiting a keen interest in the continued By Tltusvlfft Stat-Advocate, Inc. N NEMMI out shelter program requires re- AND GROW BIGGERIt -

growth of Titusville, culturally as well as economic. At the star'AdtoeaM Building 1954 a check of buildings constructed DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE WHERE: YOU SAVE.HrstJefieral .
after the earlier were
surveys
Through their unselfish efforts they are donating -
hour M Math Street, TltusvUlt, Fla. rIONl lhadel; revision of existing data
upon hour of precious time for the betterment of '
en buildings that have been demolished

our community asking in return only the cooperation Henry H. Hudson-, Prei. .... Mrs. Hazel S. Hudson Vice-Pies. or modified; and In- : $
a"ing
and support of the citizens in sponsoring civic projects Robert H. Hudson Secy.-Treas. tluilon cf additional shelter : $

from which the entire will benefit. paced In existing buildings
area .
Henry ft. Hudson. Publisher Robert H. Hudson. Editor and-Loan-Assoclaflon of TitusvilleDowntown
which not have been consaidered : _
_
By and through your interest and untiring efforts,' David Dunn Advertising Mgr. -* William G. Lyerly, Circulation Mgr may

Jaycees, Titusville is constantly becoming a better placein previously.
Second.Class Postage Paid at Titusville, Florida Offlc Indian River
which to live in Brevard will be Branch
and work. We know you ask no thanks Updating WASHINGTON AT MAIN 145 N. COQUINA AVE.

just the cooperation. and are being duly compensated Subscription) Rates: done by the architect-engineer
by the satisfaction of Job Carrier Home Delivery -a 1 Yr. $T.80 -1 Mo. $4 00 3 Mo. $ .29By firm of .James Gamble Rogers, .OPEN TO 3 DAILY ALSO TO 7 FRIDAY DIAL AM 7-1 111 PLENTY FREE PARKING
well done.
a Keep up the Mail in Florida1 Yr. $8,50.6 Mo. $3,SO. 3 Mo. 2.00 Lovelock and Fritz of Winter C..rtltt DlvMoitat Rat* C.rtta urtj" ScnnlArmuillyr'lI.
I work!
good Outside Florida 1 Yr. $1.30.6 Mo. $-1,00 .3 Mo. $2.50 .. Parks
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Dress i rehearsal (fur the tenth transportation call Mrs. Charles classroom of (he school. All

annual hidden talent a.how'ar- Welly, 2S7-OO3 mcmh,'rs! tt) the board are urgedto

J Illf.7 Ww. kw.t1 irty' Gala was held Monday eve CWC Is also sponsoring! nrt nttend '

-- nine!; I In the I IRC. Civic Center' "Easier Bonntt" hat sale on) __ 'I
with some of Titusville's best t \March\ 6 and 7 In the kindergarten Mrs! W. T. Russell returned

talent turning! out in preparation' classroom of St. Teresa'! Saturday from Wucsthoff lies, f

l Seminoles To ice this WI't'kl'n.Ul'"nin"i I :, at Catholic School pital at Rocklc 'go, where she

8pm hndav.. and Saturday submitted to major( surgery two

-rule IPn :md uiiilts.. alike will don weeks ago t
+r ------ 1'a
Plans
underway by members
Be Subject Of their hesi 'bib anti tucker' to are -- .
of the Indian River ('ityWonun'a
perform in one of the area's mOst t )fro aril Mrs Paul H. HolcomU
Club fur a card purty
: popular latent shows of Tucscon. Arizona left last
sometime during the latter part
Talk
Monday Master\ I).1.' (on-ninnlM for this week niter visiting their sister;
"" of April according to !\Mrs Jill
1. 1Y sear went" will h? Plait: Kilgallin Flink, general chairman of the Mrs. Mane Shafcr
Mrs. Frank Inscho. chairmanof total radio
personality
event Mrs 1 Flink hut called l a
Indian affairs for the' Florida who with his smile and,
dashing: meeting of all her committee Mrs. IlJwie KadU of Atlanta
Federation of Women's Clubs, sparkling ) will Intro
: personal!
Ca. left after visiting
members for tonight at 8:30 p.m. Sunday
will be the guest speaker atMonday's duce and interview each" ot)C the of
v in her home at 440 Abbott Ave. se..cralHettl at the home
meeting of tlu Wo participants the show.
r
in
Mrs. J. 11. Whitaker on South U.
man's Club of Titusville Mrs. In '-- 1
\Mrs\ (tare Sim mi, general Students of the Earnest t School S 1.
scho will have some articles r
made by the Seminole Indians on chairman of the show announced of Dance will provide entertainment .
I
tickets' an on sale throughout for the Boy Scout annual
the Dania Indian Reservation, a
few of which will be available for the "new" utof Tibias iil' or Blue and Gold) L'inquct this Fri. Start your China,

purchasing may be purchased by calling herat clay evening in tho Tltusvll'c! Crystal & SterlingThe
2674321 Proceed* for this High School cafeteria The ban
Accompanying Mrs. Inscho will RECEIVES AWARD Art Tohs Titusville High comparative -
be Mrs. Boehmer, wife of the government (teacher receives a certificate of years talent review will he used qurt will begin at 6:30: p.m ind Easy Way. .

Agent for the Seminole" Indiansat appreciation from Mrs William Bernard of the American to expand and modernize the' kit. (he entertainment at 7.15 p.m.
chen and the I in the show will be Chamber'sClub
Dania. !Mrs Boehmer will Legion Auxiliary meeting! room at Participating
FIRST OFFICIAL VISIT Mrs. Robert Angle of Ft. to show. I.R.C. Civic Center located on Elnne Carlson Jimmie Sir ale.
have some pictures
Lauderdale State Regent of the Daughters of American .Mrs Inscho is a native of Ala. Magnolia: Avenue, just t south of be-In. Lynn Earnest, Patti Brown, Plan!

Revolution paid her first official visit to the local Indian barns, moving to !Miami thirty- Tolls Given Whispering Oaks the l.R.C. Post Office Pat McClure, Patsy Ambrose.

River Chapter DAR during a recent meeting in the eight years ago( with Mr. Inscho Garden CircleThe Marianne Cowan Linda Beach,
home of Mrs. R. E. Henderson Hills Rd. I Paula 11 a in forth and Paula
on Whispering and their three children A son We hear Mr. and,l :Mrs T C.
From left are Mrs W.. G. Chilton of Edgewater, Mrs. was born in Miami making the Award By hlsprrmj Oaks Garden Cooper of Raleigh, N.C., are having I Holmes I

Henderson Mrs. James E. Whitaker, Mrs Alvin P. Crut- family cf two girls and two boys. Circle met on Monday, Feb an exciting week while visit. I

chfield and Mrs Angle.--Carlson( Photo). She now has 12 grandchildren.She ruary 17 at the home of Mrs. Ing with their lovely daughter, : The 25th! annual "Mrs Amer I

has been an active mem Legion WomanArt Paul Sihmul with Mrs! R. S. Mary and Charles Massey of 1020 lea" contest Is scheduled for

ber of the Miami V\Oman's Club Bstchrldcr as co-hostess. Coffee Tudor Lane" They have UsitedCyprrsi ,April t 12:! at the Soreno Hotel !In 4

since she joined in 1947 servingon and lefrcshnunti were servedto Gardens ant I had a delightful '! St Petersburg with more than ,

the board of) directors including : Tolls Comparative Government the mumbrrs upon arrival. time at the races in Daytona $10000 being awarded! to this j

a two.year term as president teacher at Titusville High this past weekend' years contestants S.'ml.finala I In

f) She now is the immediate past School was presented a Certificate A duciiision was held on the the Mrs lirevarJ! contest' will

president of the club of Appreciation by the American parkway: outside of Whispering compete' In a run-off Friday con
9 She is a member of the Qnn\ Oaks alone Whispering Hills All women interested In the sitting: of various homemaking
Unit
Will Industries Auxiliary; the Legion Auxi'iary Rojrl Members of the Circle league of Women Voters see events Winner will be crowned

\ Southern Red Cross Chapter of No.1. prior to his talk at their plnn to clean up this area and urged to attend meeting Frldty Saturday. Mrs Brevard and \Mrs\

UDC works with the United:! meeting Monday\ evening/ at I lie request permission from the morning: at 9 a.m. in the Wo Orlando will travel to Miami next

Fund: is a member of both state Legion Hall highway department to erect man's Club building, across from month to compete In the Mrs\

and national parliamentarians litterbug signs. Mrs. B. K. the A and I 1'. Florida contest Mrs Florida will .IN THE NEW
group and has served as chair The certificate, signed by Mrs. Schultz the then go to St. I Petersburg for the
gave a report on) SCULPTURE
man of Indian Affairs for the Vera Camlet, unto president/ and Club project. The city of Tlttisville final stages of the \Mrs\ America SHAPE

FFWC for the past two years. Mrs Dea Barnard Americanism Is donating bees which St. Teresa's Catholic Woman's contest. by LENOXA
Mrs J. A. Sheridan chairman Club wilt meet Thursday at 8 \Mrs\ Norm Larks, lovely viv
chairman commended Tolls foe will be planted In the parkways
of the Indian Affairs division of l1.m. In the seventh ,grade:: clan- oclous president of Titusvlilc Jr rippling band/ gleaming
the Department of Public Affairs, "his untiring efforts hi atquamt- throughout Whispering Oakst room of the wheal Mrs.\ James Woman's Club, was a state semifinalist platinum against/ the, glovingtntnsltiicnce ; I

1 will introduce Mrs. nacho at ing his students and the public !Mrs\ Iko Rigcll, president of D Brown, president, tells u* that In last year's contest and ,, sculptured/ !

Monday meeting. with the danger of the Communist the Titusvllle Garden Club, Win! up and coming event for CWC was recently selected as one ot 'leery china/ ghfj Weatherly '

SORORITY OFFICIAL VISITS Mrs. Maggie Sweet, Mrs\ W II. Barnard, chairmanof threat to the United State*". The a guest at the meeting She ex Include an anual Day of Recollection the eight semi-finalists In the heirloom' and modern ,
representative of Beta Sigma Phi International, chats the Public: Affairs DepartmentIs framed certificate was hand! plained the functions of)f PRIDE ) this Sunday from 1:30 to Mrs Orlando contest Norma artistry

with North and Central Brevard sorority officials dur arranging a luncheon honoring printed on white paper with a and' put forth an appeal to -our 4:30: pm. The Reverend Father withdrew" from the contest however ilmpllcily! 5-pc place fitting" I

ing a reception In her honor recently in the communityroom Mrs! Inscho prior to the meet- blue and gold border (the unit's members to support this organi Michael I.awlor president of feeling' since she! was from 59.95.Chambers/ ,

at Citizens Bank. From left are Mrs. Mary Jane ing. Besides her two companions colors ) and has the aw \\lary's zation A vote was taken andit Bishop I Barry High School) in St. Pevsrd she should enter the ..
those attending the luncheon will emblem at tin to?. Petersburg, will conduct the Dayof Mrs, Brevard contest. (ller entry
Demole, president of Titusville's Theta Omicron chapter; was agreed that the Circle
Recollection "Come Apart and were sent to Orlando by :
be members of the board of dir.ectors papers .
Mrs. Gayle Sellers president of Titusville's Phi Beta would enroll our membership
Tolls, completely unaware of "
Rest Awhile. For Information or the New York office of the con
the Public Affairs (
of the club
,
Mu and Mrs. Diane '' 100
chapter Bottle of percent.
'vice-president the presentation until It was test).
if
Cocoa's Phi Alpha Theta Chapter.(Carlson Photo). of Committee the club who, and wishes any member to attend made, accepted the certificate The program/ this month was -- We're all\ winning you the Jewelers

The dutch luncheon treat from Mrs Barnard with a short) presented by Mrs J. A. Day and be used and (he beautiful ef- best of luck Norma; here' hopIng .
"thank you" speech: his face was on "Perpetuals". Mrs. Day feiti that could be obtained. 1
you go all the way to the top.
at HowardJohnson's
will be at 12 noon
Xi Delta Mu Chapter MeetsThe Restaurant. showing surprise and pleasure.In eel forth the various ways to !Mrs\ F. Ii. Radcliffe made up an Convenient Terms '

Another treat t for those attend- receiving the award. prepare and dry flowers and arrangement from the many An executive board meeting for "Jewelry of the Better Kind" ,

XI Delta Mu Chapter of program at the Citizens Bankon the \Monday\ will be leaves to use In dry floral arrange dried materials! which were St. Teresa's Home and School Electronic Watch Repair 1
ing meeting A state law passed just a little PIRTLB PLAZA. TITUJVIUl
Beta Sigma Phi met Thursday March II, !1904 This pro two numbers sung by Mrs. Clare over a year ago, requires all high ments. She showed us different brought in by Mrs. Day and Association will be held tonight 2 ;.7193 .
night at the home of Shirley gram will be In connection with Slmms school seniors to study Communism types of flowers that could other Circle members at S p.m. In the seventh grade: I
White. A letter was read in- "Save Your Vision" week. 1- ---- ------ --- ------- ------ --- ---- --- -.
versus Americanism, although
viting the group to participate Plans were discussed for a the
Careers Is Comparative Gortrn-
I in a meeting on parliamentary shrimp' party to be held March Night class
ment at TIIS deals with all '
procedure! which will be spon 7 for members and their husbands Sponsored By PTSA countries, this is the main topicof FIRST TRY FREDRICK'S

sored by the American Association at the home of Ethel and fields study Tolls was one of only
of the
Representatives
of University Women some Paul Krone. four teachers from Florida selected .
time In April. of nursing, secretarial service, YOUR FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE
Mary Ellen Duggan, Service to attend a six weeks sea
,
business management
The Chapter will sponsor a Chairman, gave a report on optometry lion at the Institute on the Nat
dentistry, civil service, law engineering --, .--. '
speaker from the Indian River plan for the Cancer Drive which ure of Communism at Vander. : -r. :

Optometric Association tor a will be the joint service project newspaper operationand bllt University in Nashville,
management, pharmacy, Tennessee last SALE L E Reg. 10.99 LamplDRESSES
summer. Having
this of all Beta Sigma Phi
JWC Sewing Mu Mus Chapters year in Titusville She re forestry auto mechanics and in the completed the course he Is now v,. MEN'S SHORT S E S Sale $$6.00
armed forces participated a
For Sunland Patients ported that the General Chair considered an expert on the lub-
Careers Night program recently jest of Communism. SLEEVEDSPORT
man for the will be
campaign
,Mrs. Hans T. Walker, chair at the Titusville High School
Oneta Leutwyler, who is also Tolls has spoken to numerous S
man of the Home Life Department President Parent Teacher Student associa t Ladle Reg. 1.99
of Xi Delta Mu.
organizations in the area and
of the Titusville. Woo tiot).
men's Club, has '''announced that Oneta reported that Xi Beta The adults met with parents feels, "the knowledge of Com SHIRTS S I DUSTERSWith S E S $$1.00]

crab members are still busy Omega Chapter Is having an Ex. and students to discuss opportunities nunism Is extremely importantto .

jawing. mu .nus for the women empler Tea in Cocoa on Sunday, rewards, education etc., all U.S. Citizens, not Just the Values to 2.88 I ( This Part of Adv.)

March K. All members are invited younger generation1"WHISPERING .. ,,
ot each of these fields in tn attempt - : "
"=
patients at Sunland Hospital in '' ---.. -
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to attend this tea There : --
Orlando. to help students select $$1.39 .
was also some discussion on thepossibility their vocation
'These ambitious young women HILLS
plan to meet each Tuesday, Wednesday of forming a Beta .It: was announced( that the exhibits 3 for $4-00
) and Thursday morning Sigma Phi City Council in Titus } that would be entered" in COUNTRY CLUB 38" x 27" Foam Back i

through March\ until they reach ville The four chapters are the regional science fair would CATERS TO BANQUETSOF -

their goal of 50 mu mus. Mrs. currently represented in Tri-City be on display during the next ; ---.....-r----.- TWEED RUGS SALE 9cA
ALL KINDSCannon's = +: r--
Council along with the five "-:0 --- :: :: -
Walker sail they have finished PTSA meeting. I I '
chapters from Cocoa and Cocoa a Beg. 1.39 I 18" x 27" S9cIII

ng Pproxlmately to run out 12 of and material.are begin-It Beach I III I.., SWEAT SHIRTS $$1.00' Twin and Double WUVUiAIVBEDSPREADS

akes three yards of 36 inch Shirley White presented the

material and two yards of 43 program: for the evening on the ; (snot Only) S SALE$2a88$
subject of "Service ActivllI .." !
nch material to complete oneu
I ((2 for $5.00)) Ea.
nm The next meeting will be held : Men's Blue B.11Reg.. 3.99

All donations of fabric woulde after the program on March Hat

greatly: appreciated. Anyoneho Citizens Bank.Symphony : Tasty-Bake Bakery KHAKI PANTS $$2.99Thursday -
'I '" -
i is interested in giving mat- =- = iF :? -'_: ; -
( Only, )

rial may either bring it to theomen's Concert 1101 South Washington TltusTllle '_ -- -- __h ------=-.. =-r-: =:-- ==;;.. =-- --- //IW---I Men's Dacron/Polyester ''
/ club building on any
uesday, Wednesday, or Thurs Here On April 13thA TAILORED
OVEN FRESH DAILY! 1'1
I
ay morning or may contact concert by the Brevard s

ither Mrs. Walker at AM 7333 Symphony Orchestra will be We Carry Over 100 Different Items), Dally MEN'S KNIT Reg 1.79 SLACKS S S
Mrs. G. H. Hooks at AM sponsored in Tituaville on April I

r-4652 or Mrs. John Jones atM 13th by the United

\ 7.1780.The Women's Association Presbyterian of the FREE HOME DELIVERY SPORT SHIRTS $$1.00 I Reg. 7.95

Jr. Women's Club ii i most
First Prusb>t riaa Church. With Pocket and Collar 1

nxioiis to present these mu mus Tickets. will be on sale soon For All North. Brwrard 3 Times Weekly I $S.99 :
the Women at Sunland as ,' .
o for the annual concert VISIT OUR SALE RACKI! I I
Caster gifts from the people of SEE t
Price Available Non-Profit Organliatlons!
Special to

ntuwille.jtncrous! for anyone and It would appreciative to donate be a mater.most gestT9 II, FURNITUREDISCOUNT stock Your Froeter 20% Off Oa Day Old liemi $$3 and $$4 DRESSES E S I Iv I THLSE TODAYI I I'i.'; Iii.1111b Iii.


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4 Tltutvllle$ (Florida) Star Advocate W.dn.*day, February U, IM4Mlms comed by the jroup. At the Hospital in Orlando, this past

.. business meeting, it was sin- week. It is not known just
nounced the Methodist Men's when she will be coming home.
Area
.; Happenings
Club of Brevard County would

I meet with the Mi.nn group nixt Mr. and Mrs Larry Sharpe and

month and plans for that meeting daughter, Kim, will leave
Bridal Shower Honors Mrs. Boblick were discussed and formulated. Thursday morning Feb 27th for

Cullowhee, N C, where Mr.
The social feature of the meet and Mn. Sharpe will re-enter ,
fly Mrs. Gladys McLtndon of the many hazards when safety given Wed., Feb 19th, lit the ing was the showing of film Western Carolina College for the

AM MJ48 rules are not followed home of Mrs Frances Weyreter, pictures of the Holy Land, taken spring quarter Mrs. Sharpeis JUST THAN :
by Miss Mary Dotirkr, for Mrs.
Miss Frances GaetanobfMinis
by : in physical education I
Mrs. Larry Bolirk, former majoring
Circle M.tt. Paul Del Monte, formerly Joyce .
trip last DecemberEach
Darlene Crouse, of on a and Mr. Sharpe Is majoringin
was guest The Alice Gavcnti Circle met Newton Many gifts were received picture was described, andsane A YOU'VEEVER I
biology
honor, Monday night at a bridal
.. Monday night Fob 24th at the by Joyce for her new very Interesting facts were i
.. shower given for her at the First I, Patricia Anne, born
Pritchardin
home of Mrs U L baby pit slated. Scenes in old and new
.Baptist Church of Mime She Jan 27th.Garnes. Mr. and Mrs J. C. Still and LITTLE i
Spruce Hill. This was a regular Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth, ,
received lovely gifts A 'I
many sons; from Augusta Ga. were
Hireling (fur the group were played and prizes and the 1
aling boundaryIsrael
: poem entitled 'So much my Program chairman, Mrs P W won by Mrs. Glrnda Hogan, Mrs. 1 and t\J( neighbors betFn recent visitors in the home of EATEN I!
Lore" was read by Mrs Michael Roberts Jr., presented "Citizens L. Del Monte Mrs C. Newton east. Mrs. Still's brother and sister- BETTER a i
= Tier. Then with our best in-law, Mr. and Mrs Monroo I
vf/ Two Worlds, assisted by and Mrs. S. Newton: Refreshments Une such Ihowed'a ii t
picture
;:.... wishes for a long and happy married Wheeler.
.Vi3. Joe Booth, Mrs Robert of cake, punch: or coitceweic section of the pipe line carr/iig: i
the hcnorce assist
l.fe was : served to S. Newton,
Mrs.
Ma.k, Mrs. Jo. n Kennedy, Mrs.
w aver; from the Jordan RI 'r,
= : ed her sister, Karen Lee, in
Wheeler
Larry Bicrman and :Mrs. lonmy Mn. \Vtyicler, Mrs. S. Pan near the: Sea of Galilee, t IV Mr. and: Mrs. Monroe .
= opening her gifts.Refreshments Juir.icon. Ian HUs Helen Uocrrlcr Mm. had :as guests last weekend Mrs
"
= of cake punch On March 5th, this circle will L. Dd\ Monte, Mrs. GlondiHogrn : vast south area known as the "Neg heeler', sister and brother-in. t
of the Dead Sea, h
M ; and outs were served to the fol. W law. Mr.( and Mrs. John L. Silica
have the program fur the Anne and Mrs. C. Newton. A liiafl
= lowing gues's: : Mrs. Russell hopes to develop bet a of Collins, Ga.; also a niece, Mrs. tI
Amstrong, home. mission week goof! time was had by all except
douse, Mrs. Joseph McNulty, vi prayor. I'dtucia Anne who WitS to farming urea. Another pietJ: re Calton rcwell, and children from I tI
showed is
what claimed
to
Mrs. J. B. Walker, Mrs. A. C an ,
= thicken, Miss Ann Bracken, A !kilcr from Dr. and Mrs W busy steeping to bjthcr with the impression of the loot of Chfl.-t, Vero Beach tt
a .. read shower
C t. \'e'nta was Theyare made
His to His Cruxi-i iiixion.
Mrs. Not Penn, Mrs. Will. on way ,
= ; man pointed' by the Southern A Ralph Eaves and son I
a ltd Soloke. Foreign Board and Jimmy, were called to Chattanoogii -
Missionary Tire-nan's Auxl.liry:! Mull
= Miss Mildred Archer, Mrs R. O,her scenes were shownof Tern last week due to the
have mission-
L.. Tucker, Mrs Louis CMner, been serving, &: as Africa. The fire-men's Auxiliary met places: in Italy, Sweden, Dn) severe illness of Mr Eaves' .t t
= 4 Mrs J. O Sharpe, Mrs. R T. sites in !Nigtra West last IhuisdJy. ut the fire station mark, and: "Old Glory" as :the brother Arthur Ed\cs Believinghim \ fiFRIED i
Incy arc home on furlough at '
Mis. McLendon, with president, Mrs James I'dik- plane approached Kennedy { n- \
Taylor Cyril better
= : ihj present time, and are at thgtointnary to be some Ralph f
Mrs. C4ldwt.il, Morris tI:i, piuuciin.3 Plane were made national Airport in New York.
a Ray Mrs. and Jimmy started home Sunday
in Louisville, \CHIcKEN//IN
Ky.
= : Green, Mrs. Charles Thompson li.e Alice Gdventa : Circle was to have tin old fashioned supper The supper, which was provided morning, enioute to the \ / THE i
-- Miss Sandra Caetano.. lor the public on March 21st. by members of the pjt- home of another member of the
W GavcnU.
named for Mrs. C.
= : Mrs. O.: J. Kirkland, Missy She would also like to report the fressive Class of the Church family news preceded him of VERY
The hostels, Mrs. D L.
; : Gloria! Snowden, Miss Diane Frl.chard, served refreshmentsto sale. of cued clothing has been School, consisted cf baked ham, his brothPi's cle-ath, Our smyoathy TRAINED ,, I
Walker, Miss Sandra Kirkland, the members Mrs. going rcul well, and that they mashed potatoes, green beans, goes to Mr and Mrs. BEST
tnibwing :
=: ;! Karin: Lee Crouse, Petti Me- John Kennedy, Mrs I'. W Roberts Wilt continue! these sales on Satunlays. tobs d salad, hot rolls and butter, Eaves and firmlyHtquttts "VIRGINIA"MAN
-_ Nulty, Mrs Janie Gunter, Mrs. toffee, and cherry pie and whipped WAY
Jr, I\1n. Noble Hinds, Mrs.Lloyd
-J Julian Harris, Mrs Michael Tier, cream. The cherry pie! was Now prfp $ 1pialNNERS
Lashley Mrs Lariy Bier.roan
:;; : Mf>. Tommy Jamison, Mrs. Rob- Mrs Andy Long, Mrs. Met'ojilt Man's Club in honor of the Father of our MM' Jamcs Parker postmaster

= r sit Byers, and Mis. Q. E. Gil- Tommy Jamison, Mrs. Gene: Gilmore Mimi Methodist Men's Club Country, whose birthday we observed of Mlms, has been asked bya '

r,. .more j, ), Mrs. Joe Booth Mrs. Led! met )In the educational bulding last Saturday parly cuneel ned to help them
a Hostesses were Mrs. M S. How, Mrs Robert Mack, Mrs. last Monday night in its regular locate the man and wife that at-

tZ t Walker,. Miss Pauline Kirkland, Edward Heuss, also Mrs L. E. monthly meeting, with Prcs W. Personals shIed in helping pull a pink
"; :Jllrs. Garry D. Kerr, Mrs. Bill Rjtkley, Mrs. John H. TroupeJr. W Peebles presiding. A new Mrs P M Ricard has beena Rambler out of a water filled

"- Knight, Mrs. E. V Tier, Mrs ., Mis. U. L. Buckalew and member. Mi. J, C Lee, was wel patent at Orange Memorial See Mims NEWS On Page 6
:: Monroe Wheeler, Mrs. John --------- r
Mrs. Darrell Boren who were
Gr.nior. and Mrs. Lee Rose.
a..
visitors to the circle:
+.wi-t: BIG APPLE PLAZA BIG APPLE PLAZA- !
School News
Rides In Stntor Division. !
:: The over all Safety program Mr*. Robert L. Anderson and
1 ,thlf has been presented at Mm!
daughters, Bobby and Faye, of
It f
Come
School the past few weeks covJcred s Try
Spruce Hill went to Punta I
: ;: ail areas where we need toJbe Gorda, Saturday Feb. 22nd

: : safety conscious There were where they stayed over night.
: virlous films, lectures ,and dis-
On Sunday Bobby, eniered the
:M :cusslons under the directions of "
"Range Riders Horse Show.
-- Miss. Mildred Brewer Miss
Hiding her jet black horse, Jade,
= :jManlyn White, Miss Ann Scar-
Bobby rude in the halter Class
= :trough, and Robert Waldrop. to come In 2nd. She rode in FEB. I
I Last week, approximately 70 7
the senior western pleasure and &
students participated in
= a came In 4th; also took 4th placein Leap
.blcyclo sate( : All
y program. &
reigning class: and! 5th place: 1
w :bicycles: were. checked and the
in senior Western :
horsemanship.Jhls
lie Students were gt: 'ion.arrltten and ......... .,. : THURS1e
l th I .p \ .
\ was ? finIppro''t'' .. Year
: + .
?,: :road lestir fT.tol pasStng lies' \-'( ''''' ''''''''' .
show on the Central Florida 27
,': >tests wer each given a decal Horseman's Association Circuit. :i
Jfor'
,their bikes showing membership
,
.
We wish
-I I, in the "Blcyle Institute Sat'Jty :e. Bobby much successin )

,: ,: League' America". Their further shows she will be par. 5'..' v I
tirlpating In, since leaving the
license were given out by Mr Jr. riding division and going into SHOP ENTIRE STORE! BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPT.I!
: :iiH Williams, principal. Thesetn4y :
the Senior division 1 it putting her, .r
be revoked: If all rules are
:not obeyed.! This could prove against much tougher competi
tion.
1 ;Very beneficial, for our boys FABRICS
: tend girls riding bicycles on tho Surprise Baby Shown DRESS

Trtrtetl surely need lobe aware A surprise baby shower wai BOX OFCHICKEN

$1 1.1 00

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REDUCED FOR THIS SALE

= : COMBINATION suburban AIR CONDITION Dyn3'Temp | ANOTHER BOX AT REGULAR $$1.00 PRICE !

AND GAS HIATIR

: ; IT HEATS. SEAMLESS NYLONS V/'C

= : Beigeton Sizes 8Va 11ClnnToast 2 PAIR
IT COOLS. Reinforced Heel

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Ptwir-vtrttd-it dt M flu. or chimney. Your Choice
r a Automatic-bo*
l .".ml<.l-coili foaling!I., to and buy,cooling Iniloll and or. rmoilaleolly! contrail*j CHICKEN
= .: Ing and. cooling unite, op.rolt Man.parot. h.ot- LADIES & MISSES TENNIS S SHOES $137GIRLS' CHICKEN
lifa }
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CI.\ Quiet t Path Button Control PINT OF
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:: : SIS IT TODAY AT OUR SHOWQcc2 1 PANTIES Regular TOASTED ROLL TOASTED ROLL

100% Combed Cotton 2 Ply tt" Web Star 35c ADDITIONAL! 35c ADDITION!
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White. Sizes 814. Guaranteed to List! At 49c Pr.BOYS' .

= : ALL '1963 MODEL


1 RANGES REFRIGERATORS IVY PRINTS SPORT- Snap Collar SHIRTS Our Reg. 97c

Short Slene. Sizes 6 16 1.59 Be 1,99 VIRGINIAFried


M SPACE HEATERS AND MEN'S KNEE LENGTH PAJAMAS



i WATER HEATERS. 2.49 Regular $1 9 7 |

Cool Batiste Colton Full Cut Early Bird Chicken

.:.. I i Buy Now At Greatly Reduced Comfortable Sizes A-B-C-D Special

Prices Before The Showing of .

: New 1964 Models In March. EXTRA SIZE RUGS t '- i' '"


;; Have 14 Left From Our SOUTH ON HI-WAY No.1 I

;'SUBURBAN: $50.00 Salel! YOUR $25 "_ '
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Psgs < Tlfusvllle (Florida) Star Advocate Wednesday, February 24, 1964
35,000 Summer I

CITY OF TITUSVILLE CITY OF TITUSVILLE

Jobs Listed In I

Notice of Public Hearing Notice of Public HearingThe

New Directory !
The City of Tlruavllle will hold a public hearing, on Tuesday, City of Tihisvllle will hold a public hearing on Tuesday,
I March 10 1964 at 7:30: ,.m. In the Council Roam to hoer Interestedpersons March 10 1W4' at 7:30: p.m. In the Council Room, to hear Interested
There are 3 .OOO summer job
I In regard to: person In regard to:
throughout the United Stales for ,
high school seniors, college students A request: (era Special' Use Permit to allow the operation: ofan A request to rezone the following described property from It*
and teachers listed In the r Avis Car Rortal' Agency In a C-1 (city) cone present AU (county) classification to an R-3 (city) classification

1984 "Summer EmploymentDirectory" to allow multiple dwellings.
This application has bean made by Letiee J, R. Miller
Just received at the
I For property Gulf Sfefion at tho Southeast corner of U. S. This application has been mad by North Brevard Develop
Tilusville Public Library r r I If I No 1 Scuth and: Garden Street mint Company Jack J. Rosen, President.Far .
The summer opportunities are f
found at summer camps, national : The legal description ef which Is: property Parker Drive en the north) Fourth Street and

parks, resorts, summer theat- r Lets 2 and 4 and the East 47 feet of Lot 1, Block "K", Coquina School on the east Whispering Lake drainage right-of-

ics, restaurants, business and industry t Plal ol Titusville. Plot Book 1 at page I. 9 and 10, In Sec way on the aouth.

government, and ranchesto ; tion 3, Township 22 South, Range. 3* East. The "legal' description ef- which le:
mention a few The> Director -
)" gives the names and add MUSS n A .ublle hearing will be held before the Planning and Zonirg Trat portion cf Rltfgtvlew, Tract' 1 1. described a* the NV
of the employers, then specific ,. Commission on Wednesday: March 4, 1964. of the SW4> of the NWV4 ef the S El/4 of the SWV of the
HOOTERS Followers ol Hidden Talent 8
HOOTENANNY Show at Feb.
openings, salary and a tamp p.m. on 28 MW',4' except the aejth 960 feet of the EVa of the' SW'/i of
IP letter of application and per- the Hootenanny craze will enjoy the antics and 29 in the IR.C Civic Center. Proceeds CITY OF TITUSVILLEby tho NWU end the 5W'/4 of the SW'/4' of the NWV except

serial! data sheet tans*t e t In malting of this local group ol teenagers who will from the show will benefit an expansion Margaret Cooper drainage ditch and County road All In Section 22, Township -
conclude an evening of delightful entertainment and remodernlzation of
application The employers program 22 South, Range 35 East
Invite application from students at the tenth annual Variety Gala the Civic Center. (Carlson Photo), City Clerk

and'teachers -- A public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning
Mrs. Mitchell fob. 26 (Wed.) 1964 Ccmmlsston on Wednesday, March, 1964.

Ix This an Effective Way to I
CITY OF TITUSVILLE
Get a Summev Job? Yes, Use of
the Directory baa doubled the Dies In IRC J by Margaret Cooper

last three years; testimonies +a ae
from students and teachers state litre.!: MabH Creed Mitchell: I Deputy City Clerk
I CITY OF TITUSVILLE
success Two lowcrclasamen at age 03. passed away Tuesday at
Southern Illinois University, her home, 235 Stuart, IRC, following ) Feb 26 (Wed) 1964

Charles Rahe and Tom Sherwood a lengthy! illness. t Notice of Public Hearing

worked as service station Mrs. Mitchell, who moved here I

attendants! at Yellowstone Na- three ago from Jacksonville -
years T"City" of Titusville will toll: a public hearing on Tuesday
boa Park the last two summers was born in Mt. Airy, N.C., !
I March 191964 er 7:30: p.m in the Council Room to hear (Intarasted
they, worked, traveled, had time Jan. 4, 1901.Survivors i
I I1 persona" In regard to:
fur fun-mountain climbing, over- include a daughter, CITY OF TITUSVILLE

iuht: camping and were given Mrs. Jtwill Braclfield. IRC; anda
An application to rezone the following described property
tee opportunity to meet students sibtcr, Mrs. E. W Miller. Jacksonville I
from all)) over the country and exchange front Its present aU.1 1 (county) classification to an R-3 (city) Notice of Public Hearing
Classification: to allow! multiple dwelling and duplexes
ideas and viewpoints. Funeral services will be hell

Bach student cleared more thanISM at 2:00 p.m. Thursday at IRC This.applicatie. has, bean made by Mrs Elma Rardin. The City of Titusville will .hold a public hearing on Tuesday,

per, summer to help pay for Methodist Church with Rev Rob March,10 1964 alt 7:30: p.nuln the Council Room to hear Interested
iQs:ollege education. ert WaddtU (oUitiatmg. Inter lor property on the southwest corner of Lake Avenue: and person in regard tOI:

:IIow Much do Summer Jobs ment will be In 'Brev rd Memorial HeH gay' Ai much as $450 for high; Park with Smith Funeral \. .request te rezone the following described property from its
school seniors, $900 for college Dome directing: -1 The legal description of which 'Is: present RU-1 (county) classification to an R-3: (city) classification

students, $1.500 for graduate stu- Lots 1, 2, 3, Block 1, John Fred Morgan's Subdivision as t" allow multiple family dwellings.This .

cents and teachers Mims postoffic! It will be greatly recorded in Plat Book 7 at page 7 of the Public Records application) has been made by Frank B:. Wise, Jr et al.

There Is an increase of ap- appreciated. JAZZ DANCERS Two dancers performing in the of Brevart! County, Fit rid*. .For.
property! on the north. aide of( Olmstead Drive between
pjoximately
10 percent in summer
Variety Gala Hidden Talent Show at 8 p.m. on Feb. 28
Magnolia Avenue and V. S. No.. V,
jobs throughout the United Members of Mims Cub Scout and 29 in the I.R.C Civic Center will be Kathy Lundy, A public hearing will be held before the Planning. and Zoning
::a &enJ'.964., according to Mrs. Troop 300 are enjoying, the left and Helen Roberts. The young ladies will presenta Commission en Wednesday March 4, 1964. The legal' description which 1st

Mynena Leith, Editor, Summer month's project "Leather pro? modern jazz and a toe dance Proceeds from the show
Lets 12 U 14 18 19 20 and 21 Block 5
ifrnployment Directory. The CITY OF TITUSVILLB 15. Delesplne
of
ducts" under the Instruction will be used to expand the kitchen and modernize the
increase is found Courts No 2; as described In Plat Book 5 at page. 12,
greatest ; to; Mrs. Jumps D. Lantz of Titus- meeting rooms of the center.: -(Carlson Photo). by Margaret Cooper Public Records of Brevard County Florida In Section
in .
summer particularly
camps ville. Mrs. Lantz has givensev
t(( recently-new camps for exceptional eral talks and. demonstrations to City Clerk 22, Township 22, Range 35.

children (physically each of the, dens during the CITY OF TITUSVILLE
A public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning
handicapped, mentally retarded, past few weeks on the kinds of Feb. 26 (Wad) 1964
emotionally disturbed), 'SUn)mer leather, the care of leather and Commission on Wednesday, March 4, 1964.

theatres, and resorts especially ways of preserving it. The scouts Notice of Public Hearing

1} the new England and North- have made hunting knife holders CITY 0':- TITUSVIEL1

Central staUi. Opportunities : belts, billfolds, and various The City ef Titusville wilt .k..id> e. public bearing" sea Tuesday, by Margaret Cooper

iQ I other fields of; .summer' !m. ,leather items They are also bering March 10 1964 at 7:30 p.m. In the Council Room to hear Interested "
oyment are also good. shown how' to put colorful persons In regard tol CITY OF TITUSVILLE City Clerk
.
I Mrs. Leith suggests that stueltents ,"
designs leather.
on Fob 26 (Wed) 1964
and teachers who would1Z'to Recent awards earned and A request to reione/the following. described property from its Notice of Public
I visit the New York presented to the boys are as follows present county classification to an R-3A (city) classification to< HearingThe
'fd11d'l Fair can get a summer ; allow additional trailer specs
jeb within "day's off" distanced City of Titusville will told: a public hearing on Tuesday,
Den 1 Kimble Lion
Danny ; This application has been made by Mr. Clyde Cewlln.
7' New York. Jobs available at Billy Hopton, year pin; Terry March 10 1964 at 7:30: p.m in the Council Room to hear Interested 1'

7he Fair are limited. Price, Lion. For property Whispering Pines Trailer Pork i persons In regard to: CITY OF TITUSVILLE
The 1064 "Summer Employ- Th. legal description which Is
a Den 2 Jacob Roof, Bear, :
ifrent Directory" Is at t the Public gold and silver A request: to rezone the following described property from its
arrows Scotty
; South 392.89 feet of Lot 4, and the South 392.89 fee of the
library Individual copies maybe Somerset Lion, gold and 2 silver present GU (county) classification to a C-1 and B-l (city) classification Notice of Public HearingThe
West V's of Lot 5, In- Section 21, Township 22 Range 35.
obtained at college bookstores arrows; Gary Waker, Silver to allow' a service station and shopping/ center.

car ordered by mail from National arrow Asst. Denner Mike Hunt
; City of Tituaville- wild hold a public hearing on Tuesday
1 irectory Service Box 32063: A public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning "
Dinner This application has been made by Bernard Hersch.
Beac gold and silver .
Commission March 10 1964 at 7:30: p.m. 'In the Council Room to hear Interested
4
Cincinnati, Ohio 45232. on Wednesday March 1964.
arrow Robert Tanner Lion
; gold person In regard to:
I and silver arrow. CITY OF TITUSVILLEby For property on the proposed Harrison Street extanson.

: Mims t NewsContinued Den 3 Joe Brearley, roundup !.
: Margaret Cooper The "legal description of which is: A request to rezone the following described property from Its
;; John Coweit, roundup and present AU (county) classification to a B-1 1 (city) classification to

( From Page 4) gold arrow; Lynn Cowart, wolf; City Clerk LEGAL DESCRIPTION allow a hopping center.
Mike Dailey. roundup; Roger I
ditch on Rout No. 50 near Tl- Dooley, roundup, lion and gold Feb. 26 Wed 1964 PARCEL No. 1
( ) This application has been made by Norman A. Rossman.
tusville. This couple gave their and silver :arrows; Odell Kiser, I
names and a Mimi address to roundup; Stewart Bumpus, A part of the Northeast Vt of Section 14, Township 22
the party in trouble, but she un- roundup, gold arrow; Steve South Range 35 East, Brevard County, Florida. Being For property on the proposed Harrison Street extension

doubtedly lost it and and would Bridges, roundup, lion; David nyore) particularly described as follows:
/like to get in touch with them. If Bruso, roundup; Charles Frye, CITY OF TITUSVILLENotice The legal description ef which le:

inyonereading: ;this Jterai,Helped roundup; Wayne Dooley, wolf Beginning' at the Northeast corner of laid Section 16;
thfs sd/ recently,' 'plea" contact Den 4 Lyle Duff, Lion; Merrill Thence South 0 degrees 20' 20" West along the East line LEGAL DESCRIPTION NORMAN ROSSMAN PROPERTY
Mrs James Parker at the Worden, Lion. of Public HearingThe cf said Section 16, 180.0 feet; Thence North 89 degrees OS' PARCEL No.1 1 1A
West 115.0 feet to the P. C. of a curve, said curve being:
part of the Northwest V. of Section 15, Township 22
City of Tltusvllle will/ !hold a public hearing on Tuesday, concave to the Northeast, having a delta angle of 65 degree
South, Range 35 East Brevard County, Florida Being
58' 36" and a radius of 300.0 feet; Thence Northwesterly -
March 10 1964 at 7:30: p.m. In the Council Room to hear interested
Brevard Lumber the of laid 345.45 feet to more particularly described a* follows:
Company persons In regard tOI: along arc curve, a point,
said point being' In the north line of laid Section 14;
READY-MIXED..IN-TRANSIT CONCRETE Thence South 89 degree OS' East along said North line of Beginning .t tho Northwest corner of aid Section 15;
A request to rezone the following described
0 Building Material A Lumber 4 Paint Hardware property from Itspresent Section 16, 462.30 foot te the point of beginning. Thence South 0 degree 20' 20" West 180.0 feet; Thence
C-1 1 (city) classification to a B-l (city) classification
WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSESLet allow retail store. to South 19 degree OS' East, 40.0 feet to the P. C, of a curve

Ui Give You An Estimate LEGAL DESCRIPTION laid curve being concave to the Southwest, having a Delta

Prompt Delivery Phone AM 7.3831 Parcel No. 2 Argle of SO degree 53' and a radius of 550.0 feet; Thence
This application/ has been made by H. C. Kirk, Trustee.For Southeasterly along the arc of said curve, 435.69 feet te a

point In said curve; Thence North 0 degrees 20' 20" East,
Part ef the Northeast V of Section 16, Township 25 South
property en the ,west side of U. S. No. 1 South, Immediately 352.57 feet to the North line of said Section 15; Thence
Range 35 East, Brevard County, Florida. Being more
north of the Standard Station at the corner of Gordon and North 19 degrees 38' West along said North line of Section
CITY OF TITUSVILLE U. S. No. 1 South. particularly described: as follows: 15, 46016 feet to the point of beginning.'.

'WE:- Commencing at the Northeast corner of said Section 16;
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Notice The legal description of which 1st Thence South 0 degrees 20' 20" West along the east line LEGAL DESCRIPTION NORMAN ROSSMAN PROPERTY
of Public
HearingThe of said Section U, 250.0 feet; Thence North 19 degree OS' PARCEL No. 2
Beginning at an Iron pipe on the northeast
of
City of Titusville will hold corner Wait 1S5.0 feet to the Point of Beginning, said' ) point being -
a public hearing on Tuesday, Block A, Coleman's Addition to Titusville, Plat Book 1 1. C. of said A part ef the Northwest Vi of Section 15, Township 22
being to
March 10 1964 at 7:30 p.m. In the Council Room, t. hear Interested the P. a curve; curve concave
persons in regard to: Page 7, Public Records of Brevard County, thence South the North east, having a delta angle ef 72 degree 02' 24" South, Range 15 East Brevard County Florida Being

0 degrees 25' 42" E for distance of 150.0', thence S and a radius of 370.0 feet; Thence Northwesterly along more particularly described a* follow:
A request to rezone the 'following described property from It'pres.nt the arc of said curve, 445.21 feet to a point In said curve,
(9 degrees 36' 42" E for a distance of sa.2' to the West Commencing at the Northwest, corner ef aid Section 15;
B-1 (city) classification to a C-1 (city) classification to Right of way line of U. S. Highway No. I ,mence N 15 said point being In the North line of aid Section 16; Thence South 0 Degree 20' 20" West 250.0 feet to the
allow
a "Chipps" Drive-In Unit. degree 57' It" E and along said West Right ef way' line Thence North 19 degrees OS' West along the North line of Point of Beginning, ; Thence South 89 degrees OS' East

This application has been made by Earl D, Cope of U. S. Highway No. 1. for a distance of 156' te the South said Section 14, 381.04 feet; Thence South 0 degree 20' 20" 60.0 feet to the P. C, of a curve, aid curve being concaveto
Right of way' ef a 30' Street, thence N t9 degrees 36. 42" West, 250.0 feet; Thence South 89 degree OS' East, 740.0 the Southwest having a Delta Angle of 50 degrees 53'

For property South of St. Johns Street between U, S. No. 1 W and along said South. Right .f way line a distance of feet to the point of beginning.A and a radiw of 480.0 feet Thence Southeasterly along the

South and U. S. No 1 North. 103.2' to the point of beginning. all being In S.c. 31, Twp. '" arc of said curve, :349.07 feet .. a point In Mid eurve;

The legal description of which Is: 24 S.. Range 35 I Brevard. County. Florida, end according public hearing will be held before the Planning. and: Zoning Thence South Q degree 20' 20" West. 168.57 feet; Thence
to survey made by W. D. Brvner and Paul N. Holley Commission on Wednesday March 4,.1964.CITY North 81 degree OS' West 379.19 feet; Thence North 0
Lots 7. 10, 13 and 14, Block 5. Resubdivision of C let son's December 21, 1962.A degree 20' 20" East, 290.0 feet to the Point ef Beginning..
Addition as recorded in Plat Book 2 et page 8, Section 3, OF TITUSVILLEby

TowmWp 22 South, Range 35 East public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning. Margaret Cooper A public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning'

A public hearing will be h.ld before the Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday March 4, 1964. City Clerk Ccimmisi'on on> Wednesday, March 4, 1964.

Commission on Wednesday March 4, 1964. .
CITY OF TITUSVILLI CITY OF TITUSVILLE
.. CITY OF TITUSVILLEby Feb 24 (Wed.) 1944STARADVOCATE ,
by Margaret Cooper by. Margaret Cooper
Margaret Cooper
City Cleric CRy Clerk
City Clerk

F... 26 (Wed.) 1944
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with (Cocoa Thursday I i, Fri, Nife Mixers Douglas Mixed .

If the Titusville Terriers expectto NEW AND VIEWS High Individual series, : C', end ttlRh individual game: Bill
breeze past their first obstacle n't!, 2125; Burger King, 2102; Stout, 228; Ed DeSerio, 193. >
'CJ! In the State Group 7. Class AA Pirger King, 2034.: High individual. series: Bill
0 :/J playoff in Cocoa tomorrow nlaht, High Individual series: Shop Stout, 591; Barney Canfield( 518 ,
()1lnee.hWe they will have to accomplish Shepherd, 879; Bob Pasley, 828; Women's High: individual garnet
,, something that has: been missingin Charlotte Jarrett. 814; Henrietta Elouise Norman 18Evelyn'! ; ,.
HugUs Spats rdlla the past four games CritM, 809. Kincaid 180.Women's ;

We've' Still got a little of our childhood left in us, and And that is "Hit" v 'High team game; Burger King Individual. scries

\thether we like to admit It or not, we were all children at Not "hit" their opponents referees let; C'a and B'a 733. Elouisc Norman, 504<> ; Cvcjja..,
one time or another, even our parents who say they never or girl friends, but a steel High Individual game: George Kincaid 476.
were. ring with a hanging fringed: net I., KoomJIan, 144; Shep Shepherd, Splits converted: Bill Stout.
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supported In mid air by a back I.I. 238; Toby Davis, 199; Henrietta 3.10; Dalton Cairns 3.10, .5.7..$.
', The one bright category of a childhood experience that board-round ball artists call it a Crlles, 19R.UntllitO Dick Cannon, 3.10; Mary Cairns,
stems to follow every child through adulthood into mem "goal." "'. WIM li..l 2-7; Elouiie Norman 3.10. ,t
a< elnwers of Mullnrllnn 41 21 _..,. .. .
ales those .lIn. 1r n r n a
that used be sandlots
are silly games to played on The! Terriers, who finished the c'' n''* M S3 ennnrr/ 21 'I
l barn lofts and our neighbor's yard.I season with an 11-10 record and C' ., All AmorlrtA HI atllurrr Iilllnllllna 1'1 a '
I Somehow these games were handed down through 12-12, tournament contest uiclud -" .vT. A Hint Crltri! t 41 Bf atO 41(1r alr( ,:Itna.' nnl... :Id'y ts'q'' :';}!

jjenerations, and they manage to spread throughout the ed, !have lost their past four tilts \ ( r>p| *Klrrlrnnl: llnrno.lty. 4.1 VI: 41KMfftr 44 1 Kkhblff' HrmlihrrtAlter Rnu .rHimi L':12 ::
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world with speed and word and are scheduled to play Satellite .l t'hmher4ewtvs 4t 41 inpi II il
accuracy. tank/! M'4' 4r'4' Hu'mmm.I it
Probably one of the most famous of these games was Beach to open the touin yle's 4'l4 4114 Aw Nhurk4 I In', ", !It"},,
inert, at 7 in the Cocoa rosy firerm/d: :ill "sa"
Unltrr
e'nlp.e I"
'tick the can". Believed at this time to be rated second p.m. } : DIIrlrune & r'nrly 214. sn4 olds./. 9'. 18'
High:;: School gymnasium 15,5 a Wright' 541 esI. \
and then followed "camel ride" and :1
"mumbly
was peg" by ,1 I., A, Melvin' Anne 811 a1 I
"blaJ J "Her feated Satellite in two of (the .
guns.
three games the Scorpions have "Radio Waves" Film
t "Kick the can," a game that is exactly what it sounds still been a real threat. In the M
]like, ("You kick the can") was generally played with about first meeting during the Titus J Tonight THS

l J5; or more kids, ranging from ages 812. The group was villa Christmas Tournament the ""Radio Waves" and "Researchby
mixed, both boys and girls and it was generally played at Terriers ran away with a 58.33 p. Rockets" are the two "Planet
right, when it was pitch dark. The object; the person who victory. A week later, the were Earth" films showing: tonight at
tfas "it" try to spot everyone and beat them back to the upset for the first time in the ._: Titusville High Sl'hool.> beginning(
nand holler "tin can Efram," or what ever his name season by the Scorpions. 40-42 at 8:00: o'clock. DOG
} ppened to be. Then, after he had "tin canned" six or eight but Titusville got the edge againIn These Ire next to last t In the

< f his buddies, one person would try to run into home base the third tilt and won 73-34 ---- series (,O' pcIMftt' \ hUe the "it" guy was out hunting for the strays, and kick Also slated for a tough battle RECEIVES HONOR Jim Everman ence clubs of Hrevard County
and each district
Copare said the Titusville
the tan, therefore releasing all those caught inside his pin. be the Cocoa ilelbourne
will school
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high and the LockheedMSC
Jim Hart of the Little
,
managers League boys did not win the tournament, but they 1
Something like "piggy wants a signal"i clash which follows Titusville and Management Association.The .
All-Star team, which conducted
Jack- themselves
competed in according to rules a
Just the I went home at generally with a
same, night, Satellite. Cocoa une ot
carrying
sonville during the All-Star films item from the Inter
tournament, and made
few problems for their
the result of fast dash around the house manager -
bloody nose, as a the finest records of any team in
are receiving the "Good Sportsmanship and coach. Shown above is Hart, national Geophysical Year and
and smack dab into tree.
tunning someone or maybe even a central Florida, will have height
Award" from District Chief Umpire, Nick left Everman center and Copare.-(S-A were produced by the National sorrylNo
Then there was my buddy, who was new in the neighbor- edge over the Bulldogs Melbourne
Copare. Awarded to of Sciences under Minaret
only team in Photo Academy
one ) a
hood, and he ventured out of bounds and galloping full blast, and Titusulle are both -
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from the Ford Foundation.
grant
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was later discovered hanging by his neck on an "invisible" rUed second best to Coc 'a. Racing NIGHTLY
Ordered primarily for student
why we have been beaten
clothes line. In other action, Ft. Pierce and Cocoa and Melbourne. f
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School LeadersOf audiences, the films portray, In I 1:19: EXCEPT SUNDAY t
slow the Vera Beach both drew in "As far as our game with Satellite
J Someone was always making traps to try to byes Head coach Art Tolis, said. ordinary lay terms, man's quest
other fellow, like placing a bicycle where it could not be the opening round, and Vero it's hard to tell. We! Have for knowledge In the various MatinCCSWEDNESDAY r
seen, anything to make the other fall down so we Beach will play the winner of the "The only way we can expect toget beat them two of three times, geophysical fields.\
person to the finals is hit our shots". but that doesn't mean very much 14 Counties FRIDAY & SAT. 2 P. M.
could beat him to home base. Titusville-Satellite game Friday We've been In the Student and public! responseto
missing past when you're In tournament.
Mumbly peg, (how it ever got that name, we don'tknow evening while Ft. Pierce will four and that's the a the aeries has been gratifying LADIES' NIGHT THURSDAY
games reason All\ the teams to
seem get rough.
) was generally the game played at school during re- meet with the victor between er in state competition" he add Confer AI UM and attendance has been good ENCLOSED
cess. We had to be extra careful because knives were not throughout the series, HEATED GRANDSTAND t
allowed on the' school grounds. The object of this match ed."I LUXURIOUS CLUBHOUSE
; ting their usual 50 yard drives. do know, If we play halfway School superintendents and
was to see which person was the most skilled with a knife '
As a result Marge Threlkeld was evidenlally appointed decent ball, we may reach the supervisory personnel from 14 'If have rental\
I It had to stick Into the ground, by the blade. you
sergeant at arms, because she came bounding Jnto the Star- finals," Tolls continued. counties! : of southeast Florida are JUiiiWI.
When a pers6n missed! he had to "root the peg", and Advocate office mad! enough to kill a bear and from all indications Commenting on whether he today attending a ohe day con housing, list it in I ..
this is the time the rooter would like for the tea-
generally she had the entire women's golfing association! thought losing the past four ference at the University of Mi
her to (come around the corner or have someone ring the behind her and she was ready to begin her kill with me lames could make I difference, ami. The Star-Advocate! Hwy. 17-92 Bar Sanford< Orlando/ t

bell, signifying recess period was over. "What do you mean young man," she roared. "Old Psychologically, coach Tolls said, The. public school officials are __ n____ _____
Everyone men and women on the golf course hitting a golf ball 90 "I believe if Melbourne had meeting with representatives of I- .'
yards. I'll have you know sonny, I can hit a golf ball 55 whipped im bad, it would havtf the t'M's School of Education for i
by using the handle of the knife. Nine chances out of ten, yards and never bat an eye." hurt, but the fellows thoil ht they discussions TAYLOR! UPHOLSTERY
aftet they got their swings at the match, it would be buried But what really stirred the feminine anger was the fact should have won, so it could group on aupervl ,
In schools instruct
sion
about two inches in solid dirt, and sometimes mud. The that I mentioned a middle age group of 2 -30. make them work just a little!! public 41 AUTO CONVERTIBLE TOPS -
curriculum ,
person who missed would have to get down on his hands "Middle aged, I call them young people at that age," she harder." ion and organization
Jrid knees and, pull the match stick out with his mouth, exclaimed. end research In education! AUTO SEAT COVERS
Paul Matthews\ B'Z", a first
W. O. Hotladay, director of
without using his hands feet or anything. I always,had a "Just you wait boy one of these days you'll get old and stringer since the beginning of personnel and payroll, Drevard 41 REPLACE CONY, WINDOWS
dirty face. see how you like it." the season has missed (Iwo days
.Camel ride!! was probably the most dangerous game of To Marge. we still say middle age is 2330. of school with the flu "It H possible County Schools, is among the DOOR PANELS
&especially for us guys that stood about 4'8" and weighed We apologize '! !"' Paul will not he able to conferees taking part.

99 pounds. In every class, there were generally two or three After all, without the women golfers and the men too, play, and if not It will .ur# make 1027 Sa HOPKINS AM1110]
big boys,.who would outweigh us by a 100 pounds or more. on the course doing their share of tearing divots, the greens I' things difficult," singer, a fl'l" senior( as first
6ne 'character,, Toby Bengston, who weighed 210 pounds keeper would be without a job. Tolis has been( ( mini P..?ylt WeS alternate
while he was a seventh grader, (he wasn't fat either just .' --0 .
1_ig) was my partner I would get on his shoulders and we! --J--; ..

Would try to ram, snort, knock down, trip and do anything to
the other camel riders on the ground so we could be

Set This would be considerably dangerous, because the INTEREST :
fellow weald) always manage to fall on us little guys.

dI fig The only type of war that we could: play without using ,

guns, was with rubber guns. .
I Invasion of these wood constructed weapons, which .A

used a clothes!! pin as a firing pin, strips of an old inner tube ::
4s the bullet, a wood frame as handle and barrel, came I I
existence probably around depression days when the

Eta inrter tube became popular. This was one of the games IF'r ,
r r neighborhood that excluded? the feminine tom-boys COMPOUNDED

War wad played simply by taking a barn, coal shed, 1
aping the drench or getting them from behind. By choos-: .

ng sides, and carrying as many guns as possible, even ma- .',/" ':, .f.Y, .:.. :.
hine gurts (machine guns would sometimes have five or 1b'
ix clothes!! pins on a gun and consequently giving a rapidire
set-Up) and long barrel rifles that would occasionally

each three feet in length, we got to a point of accuracy so J
Teat that we could knock a fly off a jug of buttermilk from QUARTERLY .

en paces With our eyes closed. .
We had one boy who nearly lost an eye by playing this
,ame. He poked when he should have plummed. Searching M .
for the enemy, which were generally Japs, he stuck hisiead .I

around it corner and was splattered four times with :;:f fof
i machine gun before he could get back to safety zone.TVo Save where earns '
of these hit directly in the eye. your money .
I lie carried: a hunk of beef on his eye for nearly( two

Iveeks, before the swelling went down. 4% and all ;
i HoW do these games and others become so popular and per annum savings ;

manage t td spread over the entire United States, is question-


* ble.The most logical answer is by a human carrier, geneffclly are compounded quarterlyCITIZENS :;
A relative.. -While visiting grandma on Christmas or
.Thanksgiving or any of the other holidays, all the kids get
Jogethef and play these games. Then they take the'ideasend 7afM1

games' home, teach them to their neighbor, and on I
and on.
* What" more unusual is that the terms like "olley

Alley entry," "piggy wants a signal", "I spy", "anyone within ,
10 feet of home is it" are aka with the game. But these are

only> a email portion of games and terms used. There' corn R

Fob fights, beans!! off catopia tree fights, red rover, and many 1
t

/more.It's part of being a kid. BAN ( 4k.- i

i Last week we wrote a column about spring fever and :

#}lOW .it seems to affect both old and young, male and fe-

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From various indications, the Women'4 Doll Assodalten The "Bank .1:
.*t Whispering Hills Country Club took the column to heart. Friendly RIVERSIDE AT BROAD TTTUSVILLE FLORIDA

i Seems as if thM! Cherokee Kid laid something the( .. ,
Affect ,of "Old men and women ate flow hitting ,the! golf TITIJSVILLE'S OLDEST AND LARGEST FINANCIAL INSTITUTION :
course in full stride the iiftt i t time they have braved! the\

clubs In nearly three months. They are right in form, hit-

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I TlhmllU (Flerldal' ) rfar-Adreeall Wtdmidty, February 24, MM teachers often must work under p.ai. fit such actions being! right SUNDAY VISITORS
Kiwanis Club adverse condition, such as temporary 7-DAY foully borne by the City of Titus
!Mr\ and Mrs Herbert Spell of
and inadequate class vllle' The petition came as a
Eustis and Mr. and Mrs. V W.
Honors Teachers looms (Continued: From Page 1)) result of action at the last cuun:
Campbrll of Greenville S. C ,
Kiwinlans honored ell meeting authorizing! the city
principals tween Johnson and McDonald manager and attorney to draw up were Sunday visitors of the
Slat Sc";a tor Bernard Tar Truman Scarborough) : of Titusville Streets, by means of assessment a resolution seeking improvementby Steven Cottrells.
M North Drevjrd High School Glen Archer
+ ar : teacher assistant to
adjacent property owners. assessment methods.
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r 'aas they were being at Parkway Junior High, Furthermore, we deplore the exIstence Approved financing cost of Card Of ThanksI
tionnr" d by Titusville Kiwanis Gene Sturchio of Riverview Ele- .
a of such a menace to the the Lights: at the James Dashoff
Club. "Florida stands on the mentary, Bill Williams of Mimi health and welfare of the citizens Little League park in the Indian would like to thank all my

c. ,hold of {greatness, but onlyon Elementary, Luther Rogers of of this community to go unattended Biver section for Little League friends:: wno sent me cards and
i the threshold." >' Coquina Elementary Murray and petition the city councilof play this summer litters while I was ill at home
i i.e told the teachers and Klw Swann of Whispering Hills Elementary Titusville to take immediateand Suggested study of) ordinances and in the hospital.

.inians at the noon luncheon, and members of their permanent corrective actionto regulating display signs in the Martha D. Ford
Tile recognition. is long coining teaching staffs relieve this condition, the ex. city
to you who play so vital a role Ifi\
our daily: lives"

Punish mentioned the recent .
Jaycee community attitude lur i'' tit

v t end commented, "The Jay. 1 Q 1 1
c:. poll: shows people know all ,l il+ a 1 11 '4t 1 IY 1.
tbout city problems such as side
wu't'! j but don't have any opinion .

on schools: and teachers." He Je .
nd further that the teachers
h uri te:: Important people of thee o r "
I
.munlty: because they are en
SNAPPED TREES winds P
High:
trusty d with the most preciousp Phone AM 7.1511 .
f'
yesterday resulted in at least two
.I.' .ioll children.
Store Hours: 10 A.M to 9 P.M ii '
trees being blown over, on local Parr. I-.h outlined stale legbla Titusville Shopping CenterGolden '
louses Above a second tree ( .n intended to save the state '

(right) almost obscures this from educational stagnaliuftpaiticulaily "\ V. ..
in the pressing field / wMw 1/ a '
apish Park: Avenue from
house
'trrt ot engineering, lie pointed out '
Ight.. The tree at the left fell the ,(ate found, however, that L.-J J'F-\\' r'

on) the building Uot week during:' institutions of engineering at; ;,, .
another high wind. At the right r are found in other areas of thb!

an oak tree is shown saint the nation cannot: t be built overnight!,
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but take: generations to build Playtex)7
Florida room of a house on Whispering ,
ire (,avo as the solution to the \ ,
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Hills Road -(S A Photo) \" ,
Immediate problem, the GEN"LSYS f

probram to meet the
I > specialization of graduate cdtica-' Gud1csQ \ iL:7S3IqT4
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t m iri engincrring.I'arrLh, in; giving. needed

credit to teachers, pointed to
the increased school population

within the county and said that

I Fast Council SessionCity ,
VFW Auxiliary /


council, evidently with an northwest corner of Dcltspmo from RU.1 to B.1 to permit bus! To Meet Monday In Sale \ '' ,, tie Yes, its true! You get exciting -

eye nn the dock for tie| 10 p.m. and Mt Sterling from RU.1 to nc ,.. New Post HomeThe \I. savings of $300 on

leavyweifchl. championship fight, Denied re.zoning request by e Golden
It-3 to permit multiple dwellings. Titusville\ Auxiliary 4228. every Playtex girdle
la ,t night breezed, through a 'Denied a re-zoning request by John A. Singleton for property Veterans of Foreign Wars, will and long leg panty girdle
Im.thy agenda in almost re north of Arthur Dunn Airpark
Leopard hold its
H Caudle for property monthly business meet ,
cjrd t time winding the meetIng from GU to R3 to permit multiple ing Monday, March Playtex smooths away -
lIt the corner of Pine Lake and 2 at 7:30 Ph'
!: up about 9:30 p.m, Oak Avenue from RU.1 to R.3 to dwellings, p.m. in the Post home, 703 Mag $ u 'a t + g thigh bulge and magic
The 14 public hearings on zonIng permit spiitmcntK Send to second reading a re nolla Avenue. This will be the 300off finger panels support your

matters took just 43 minutes 'Tabled a rezoning,\ requestbY' zoinq request by Joseph W. first meeting of the Auxiliary in tummy, Try one today,
an unusual turn of events in ,Mary B. Edwards for Campbell for property at corner the new home. and take advantage of the
property
council history of Ojibway and U. S. 1 from A nominating committee will $3.00 savings Offer expires
Avenue from
In these matters) the council on LaGrange RU.1 to B.1 to allow stores and bo appointed at tila: time since March 23th
1q and R 2 to It 3 to
permit
Approved after second read- offices the election of officers will t take r
ing a rezoning request by H ll apartments. place In April. 10.95 and 12.95 girdles FOUNDATIONS DEPARTMENT
Sent to second reading two
iidson for property located be- 'Tabled a rezoning requestby All members are urged to attend .
tween Washington and Hopkins Elma Rardin from BU.1 to rezoning requests by V. L. .
Plankcnship\ for along _
t from n.t 1 to D.2 to permit used .II-3 to permit multiple dwellings property I -= r
Highway 50 from GU to B-1 to
car sales 'Sent to second reading a rezoning -
permit service buildings and
type
Sent to second reading a rezoning request by Claude: G. : I
alung bun Road from RU 1 to I '
,
request by Joseph +w. Maituttt, for property tit cocnor It-3 to permit apartments ? r v II

1 1 Campbell\ lot property located at cf Bermuda and Magnolia 'Tabled a re.zoning request by I

Thomas L. HemKrson for prop

. Hero eity on Darns: Avenue from RU I i
Data To
$Sent Carnegie to R.3 to permit apartments.

bent to second reading a le PHONE AM 7-1511 STORE HOURS: 10 A.M. to 9 PM TITUSVILLE, SHOPPING! CENTERpnng I
Brevard Sheri:f Lets'!;!!) Wilson 'F Sheriff Wilson, in concluding zoning: by E. J. Kendall for In e /

In a letter written venter'ay.: toll till Utter with a "P.S. sail, property on Highland Terrace ,
Donald G. Sink of
Carnegie Hero
&olh the< Sheriffs Department t been tlU 1 to R d to permit town I
Fun ; r,mum*. on ". these four
a'H, the I'B I. woulrl like to t, re housisAopioved.
!bn: : ,t'',11( risk their: Ivcs in iome- .
quest that the names elf these n special use pcr-
tiling that" prtvcitcd a terrible.. \fays be kept confidential. at this mit tij Gene Roberts for property I
cisaster time. Although the'parents have >n Josephine Street to allow s i

The letter was written' by ShofUf given their consent to release a welding\ : service building t1abrirO !
Wilson to the Hero Commission the names to you for consider. Approved a special use pei
giving the commission all shod) for this award, we feel it nut by C. R McCotter for property I
the pertinent information,', coo would be better to wait until 'at corner of Washington
cerning the heroic actions of four. after the labor dispute between and 1 South to allow new car sales 1 df ,

North Brevard boys; all brothers, the railroad and the union to Sitting as a Board of Equaliza .
their ages:;: ranging from eight to make them public and we are A LARGE '
brio, the council approved vanonc.t'S -
18, in dismantling 4T sticks of in hopes that this will be done"be.fore sought\ : by I I. E. Holland. I Ole tl I val I.OF 11"SERRANO" r
s
your awards are made.
dynamite from the Florida East Franklin O Hougnton; James F. : ., ION
Coast mainline tracks Sheriff Wilson also
Railway
announcedthat
Twigg and N. A. Rossman.
assumed set to blow up a fast approaching Alfred A. Lacazette of Or. SPRING AND SUMMERY FABRICS ESPECIALLY FOR EASTER'! '
freight train. This her mond Beach has donated $10 toward Too Late To Classify -
oic event took place Feb. 12. the education of the four a ..

boys. This U in addition, to the LOST' ." ". .
The actions of Sheriff Wilson $1,000 set up for the youngstersby BLACK 7.mo. old part Dachshund O2ck
grew out of a request of the the Florida East Coast Railway with cilver chain collar. Has e LINEN-LIKE WRAP-AROUND POPLINO s,
Carnegie Hero Fund Commlssion in I small bald spot over left eye.
'a for information of the appreciation of) their act Reward. AM S944" or AM 7SJ65 I
boys' actions for possible awards I ions. Dr. W A. Brown. $ SOLIDS or CHECKS with MATCHING PRINTS

The commission headquarters are

In Pittsburgh, Pa. Phone AM 7-1511 1 129| to 149 99c'

Store Hours: 10 A.M, to !9) PM
YARD YARD
Sheriff DeploresFaulk's a Titusville Shopping Center CJ r
r :, Chic linen.like serrano comes in beautiful solids To make your spring and summer coordinates .
Lindsoil or checks. Machine washable, wrinkle resistant. poplino with Cravanette (R) finish in lovely colors
RemarksBrevard Coin DotBobby a 43' wide with matching prints. 44 to 45" wide.



has taken exception Sheriff Leigh to I quoted Wilson f'F SPORTY STRETCH TWILL 100% ARNEL SHARKSKIN

remark made by County Commissioncr V

Gus raulk during! last r Cloche .' 169

week's commission meeting in 369 j .
which it was stated that the YARD : 4 .. YARD '
sheriff has been known to spend I
money recklessly but that this tI. 100"'' Arnel triacetate sharkskin for carefree fashions
} Perfect for sportswear Klopman's stretch .
Lush colors. 42 to 44" wide."GALLIANO" .
didn't t mean the county commission twill that is machine washable. 48" wide spring
would do the same, '
r d
In answer to Faulk Wilson said .
% .
it was a "very unkind remark." a e "LA BELLA SHAN" PURE' 100 RAYON .
5
"I question the source of information rt.
whereby Mr Faulk SILK SHANTUNG LINEN-LIKE FABRICS
states that 'the sheriff has been t..

known to spend recklessly'. It Is + k h
most unfortunate that such it 1 99YARD
statement would t be made when it i 369YARD ,

entirely. without foundation YARD
4 It Is true that our department { For Easter fashions and perfect
curs are equipped with alternators Elegant anytime pure silk shantung that is fabric of 100'raj() with linen-like finish, guaranteed -
but they come as standard water and spot resistant. Light and dark colors. washable and crease resistant. 44 to 45"
equipment and we have not : L..r : ..j 6.98 t 43" wide. wide.Fags '
paid one penny as an additional c2?

ernator.purchase price for any such alt Sure-fire hit of the Easter Parade! Gleaming ,,,b f f'; It; tv;!''l'T! I ," ,': r FABRICS DEPARTMENT (

panamalac straw-covered with coin dot sequins j fa

"The Sheriffi Department recdves under silk mesh veiling. Black solid, white solid,
but three cents of every white with black, navy or coffee and beige with
tax dollar and it is laving more coffee. '
today than ever before because of '
tr* u'8 of central purchasing and MILLINERY SALON
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r bulk buyln,." .





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Nosing Around %tir'wAd'citc

(By Bob Hudson)

City didn't quite put Sonny In As we'd much rather roller The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents
Heaven skate, --- -i- -
Than have our bodies freeze sti-B; ;; TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY M, W4 Pago 1 1F\
Bit h* sure stopped him inS -
FM
Yln. I'd rather see the flowers bloom

The loud mouth had his say And Spanish moss in trees I- 7 Troop 93 Plans
And wear a pair of striped Island Visit
The fight went |lust hit wiy shortsTo

show my boney knees And Cape Tour f

With oranges And grapefru r'I i S, d.I II if! Tnxip/ !>II.l l',,"
Had: ( a shock when we opened
i lop|> an envelope from the City of And roses by the scoie i ''I I I'' n I Will \ I"t I SS l 01i '

Winter haven Police Departmentan Azaleas and poinscttias i II I I I.,nil) 4 Sun 1.11. + \t.II' I II r
!lout fell a "Summons". A bloomm' at yOU! door '
t m i I. ie, (( ,pp' Ki 1\11< n.'i Open
Nuw we're used to getting such December comes and Winter in i, ,miix
frum UK City of Titusville Police
Department-we're about their goes, '\ II i ,' ) lo 40 )Is? n x
I, best when It to And we don't have a care .
customer comes r '" I III trove 111\1\ Hi iid '
I I'jyirg overtime parking tickets As we have plenty of sunshine ,
nl.ii i / It.al.po. 'on>
But it has been literally months And smile weather fair
t.me we had been in Winter ,...
You can talk about your sleigh nun i 1h" i Club, -ixin r atn
Haven rides, (iidiiiK to r huili r
Dir trown turned to a smile a a ,
,1 W.th blankets at your feet !s. utniasur
mite later when read that it
m we Hut it better
s to go fishing.
was a "Summons" to the Florida !I'." ''II"i hasiktUi. rims iah
1 Press Association Members on aCimpljint' And love the sunshine heat. fs I ," :'ing di'" "". d HIl (

the nature and sub When teinter visits Florida, l Ili, TlhINVilhc I ,,, 'w, and
stance of the cause of action I know I'd rather be Al il.. ,nni hoops. u) bi held r
OPEN BIDS Members )f the North Bro to tit') 'II (treated' ) ,hanman Mrs Need '"
herein being the Spring Convent. Hi.ht here and 'III '1111'' ,n Mareh : -
looking at your card District Hospital Ooard which operate ham \ (Or)'\'nn Set-etarv Mrs R S :iJ
ion of the FPA
snow, .J Jess! Parriib Menmuai Hospital are ,tdh: < mh'> gnu Vice-Chairman Art ,\ "i I nm, pr iur: ,un Dr ,idul'urU !! t\CHUDATll' 1'10\\1; : I'rovldin an acrobatic tWIst! to
It calls to Su
tor members
your business in order" so you Than;; have it watching me shown hen: dintni he ecent opening. of \Voru .(in istancimj,:) R tuttt'r Henry "II' I'' IK Scoots: iv I plahiled the v.rsety! li.d.1 i Hidden Talent, Show on Feb :28 and 29
can attend the convention and bids on the $111 million bond issue Left tjoethi, mo 1 LVlf' Duff .(S-A Photo). u d,i ''III 'ti 'text few we'i'k1- will be Kathy Lruke' below and Teresa Cheek. The

orders the writer and his wife to show WIll begin ut 8 p.m. in the I.R.C Civic Center with

appear there on :March 6-8, proceeds: to be used to expand and modernize the kitchen
If don't think
you bowling is
They didn't t need to send the a Moose Official Will Visit Here and meeting rooms: of the icntcr,-(Carbon Photo),
summons-we were planning to popular sport, you should have
tried to
"Jam" your way into
go: anyway It was an unusual bit
Gateway Lanes on Saturday and
Available
Inoculation
of promotion Dog Tags
Sunday Opening of the men's Tomorrow nighi will be I bis I 'edge, located north of Minis on ci! Moos Lodge: No 29 In Septimljtr II' served as a JUG' t': t lie ,

county championship tourney night ai the tt uxv'ilh Moose !t' S 1 IIt of 10J7 lie worked his Juvenile Court t of Los Angel: ,- .
The pmknn lot on the south tell coy dog licenses
brought several hundred bowlers will be 1 initiation night and a wuy through tht chairs of the County for !even years hifiu
G'icss we started something stile of th,' central (lie station
from throughout the to I Anyone whoso dug has 'Ir rely!
with that first poem Titusville And didn't county ,pecial class will be enrolled in lodge; and is now a past fcover Icing elected to the Suptiur 1Ir"JIm Avenue! will be th(.
they confine E tumoi of Judge A A. Scott of aoc" Court, The xperleetic) he gainedpresiding : bent inoculated und wno wants
published a couple of Issues ago. their purchases to the bowl I. yit scene loiTuinow of the annual
We have one today contributed ins: lanes alone. the Superior Court of Los The" Pilgrim Degree of Merit, over the Juvenile' Cite of lilusville dog clinic, to nbt.tin a dug tag may do Mat >
ly) George H. Edlestcn, 3229 Angeles County, California, who the Order highest honorary decrer Cuiiit gives him a keen insight the city hall by showing; proul
Ur Glenn Young, local veto's"marian
Old Dixie Highway, entitled When we left the lanes about will be here for the occasion : has been conferred on Into the pioblems of chlllren an I !! of inoculation
will bo there to give
VVmttr In Florida" 5 pm. Saturday, we law several Judge Scott Is a member of Judge Se >tt for hU service to the makes him a valuable memberof Cost of Inoculation is $3 and
rubies Inoculation to dogs anda
men in bowling shirts from the the Moo chiart Board of Cover Moose fraternity the MiHisihcart) Board of Ooveunri lilt dog tog la $2
When Winter visits Florida, other of the in which city officer will be these to
areas county several nora supervises the opera
itorn March 24. !11)02!) in Ix>sAnqeles People raiding in the entire\
It never wants to of the stores, tior, of the
stay making purchases tamed of Chilli-
City : the judge received his Judge Stilt lists helping/ ----- -- -- ----- xpundeil area of Titusville will

As sunshines from the Sunshine rcn owned and operated by the advance education et St Cutti > onngstcr*" us his hobby and I Iris work with under privileged iiiKl that their dogs are subje'.:ito
State LOA ,1 I Older
This will be repeated next week a of Moose near betts College In Durham, hn this I m attested to by tin fact hi children ihi. city ordinance which
Just chases it Aurora Illinois
away. end when more team and single gland und at Noire Dime University has received a number of I loin I The meet,ng will bejin:! at 7-30 reruns\ rabies imcuUtun and
It wants to pay a visit, and double matches are sched a I Judge Scott joined Los Ansel- and the University of Calif and national civic awards for p,m deg till
As here it wants to be uled. Because of the great Inter
But we folks here in Florida, est, some matches will also be

The Sunshine'd rather see held Marsh 7.Congratulations. Shop Dulk-Llnd sey 10 AM to 9 PM END OF THE MONTH

We have no need of snowshoes, should go to 1 Phone AM 7-1511
We have no need of sleet. Bob Miner and Frank Theirbw,
As all we want in Florida, among many others, for their A
Is that good> old suiuhine work in making the local tourneya 4 FURNITURE CLOSEOUT!
heat. success and to Gateway Lanes iodicy
for their hosting of the event Judg A, A, Scott
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We love our Christmas carob,,
Wuhall the muic gay. .' '
DAY LAWN SPRAY
Cut wed much rather sweat it
out r If IYEHAVE Wu

You In can sunshine have day jour by lakes day. and STcl iTN/PP EM Chinch Bugs TREMENDOUS WE'VE MOVED ALL OUR FURNITURE FROM t OUR ORLANDO STORE I


With rivers ice, from shore to shoie 'F184 Fungus DISCOUNTS! TO OUR TITUSVILLE LOCATION, AND WE ARE COMPLETELY OVERSTOCKED -


Cut And we prefer what it to has have in the store sun, Worms % WE MUST MOVE OVER $$25,000WORTli OF FURNITURE


We Snow have no tires need and of chains antifreeze and, ... Fertilization 30 60 DURING THE NEXT FEW DAYS SO WE HAVE CUT SOME PRICES

these vaas

"-- OFF! AS MUCH AS $$150.00 OFF!



Store Hours 10 AM to 9 PMt


, : t rods Titusville Shopping Center I SOFAS & SECTIONALS II I DINING ROOM SUITES II_ 'LAMP & BEDDING BUYS J



! Shoe Savings Regular 219.95 Drew Cherry Round extension '

Piece. Early American Sectional Sofa Pur. Dining Room Set with Duchs- Assortment ol Desk Lamps, Pole Lamps and Table

1r Foam Reversible Cushion. Foam Bottom & Back. berry Chairs. A Ufl flfl Lamp, Choice of Modern, Traditional. French

299.9S Regular Clos e.0 U I Price 239.95 Real Buy At 1 IQ/sUU or All Italian Reduced 30% Off

I Bassetl-Aragon Walnut Piece Dining

'. Piece. Sectional I Sofa Pur Foam Reversible Room Set. Regular 1 139 I Cfl Twin or Full' Size Quilted Top. Foam Mattress and
Save 170.00. ClOt At .
Cushions, covered Box '
blue gray cover.X" Springs A

.',/ Up to 40% OnNationally A"r real'i'b buy at 169.88 Terrific Buy t' 49.95 sel


NOW ONLY I BEDROOM SUITES
Johnson Carper 90" Traditional Soft-Pure Foam I
a M.ertl..d" T-Cushlons.
DINETTES CHAIRS MISC.(
I Regular
l" 22935 A beauty al! 179.95 Group of odd night table, choice of ,
690
" ,. maple, walnut oak cherry over 20 ..
f. <1"" sorted. These must gol
. Regularly 199.95 84" French Sofa highly.styled Reduced More Than '/2 Off Piece. Extension Dinette Tnblo.1514y Top. with
1 and quality, with three foam 4 Matching Plastic Covered Chairs '

'1i # Reversible 3.Piece Honeybee Maple B.droom..t Clo,. out TQ nr

SEMIANNUAL f 1- i ; I. Cushion Alerrificbuyall39.95 f f with Formica Top, Double Dresser, Mir At OnlyKroehler .
4 ror and Full Six) Panel Bed.

Piece. Living Room Suite (Sofa and matching Regular 12930 00 OC Occasional and Swivel Chairs Choice
chair). All Foam Construction In Beige Cover Sate Price 077J
I cf Color and Fabric
Regul ar 19 88
,N 21 Terrific Buy at) 159.95 Group of Odd Bed, twin and full size Special For This Sale .
VALUES panel and book case wide assortmentof
-- \ quality and finish take your choice ..

TO priced at a tremendous savings L.

OVER 60 ODD TABLES end table atop; -

ii 1799 I LOUNGE & BEDS Some Low A.As 12.95
T I
: fee lamp, drum, some finished. In CherryJMiple,

Walnut Double Dresser Ba... Regular 'A'1JI-!

Popular fashions In pumps, slings, 49.95 Two Only, Walnut. Mahogany and Fruitwood you will! find

straps, flat, iporfi...that lold at 1 Only Studio Lounge Built-in End Table.Regular "
29
: much higher prlcet..,reduced In 5350.: }fl flf Only . , .95 your choice in periods and sty!es. Those must go.

this big closeout at wonderful Close Out At Walnut and Maple Book Case. Various All Reduced as much as '

-". -,, savings to you. Buy for now..end Style.. Sale

next scaionl I Hi3.-A-Way Beds Foam Reversible Cushions. Price Only 14.95 I lo 18.95 .

\ All nw merchandise// In lovely' Quality Fabric 1 f A AT Off MorcfFOUR 1
14
whiles and colon..pattntt' A Real Buy At THIS IS JUST A PARTIAL LIST. or '
ING OF SALE ITEMS STOP IN
textures salftklns.
TODAY SEE THEM ALLI!
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SHOE DEPARTMENT WAYS TO PURCHASE CHARGE REVOLVING CHARGE LAY-AWAY EASY TERMS!






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Page 1-B:: TItuivllU ( Florida) Stir Advocate Wednesday, February 26, 1964 will he for the Minor League, 8
--- --- -- cf before 1st August
years age / ; Printed Pattern BREV ARD'S OLDEST HOTPOINT DEALER
Major League, 9 to 12 years of isAT
j
age before lit August and for
the Senior League 13 to 15' before WHITAKER ELEC, INC. .VMARCH e'r

the same time. At the t tIme ty,

of registration each applicantwill .- ---- FE
ry
,tnra e. 6 / % ,:. ; 4;:* be given a parent permission r .r

.M. card, which must be signed< I

by the applicant's parents to evidence

/ v their permission for' the 9106 Special Day if'
tjr applicant to play In whichever
he Is rz
,w T Tr league eligible Normally W <
many parents accompany the applicants (.

for registration and get LEAP YEAR M Ma
ting this card signed presents no z
problem. The plajcrs' agent will' : :
register the boys and determin. No r;

their eligibility for the League In EXTRAVAGANZAThitdLdtt

which they desire to play. "xW

Cc M; r '4s After registration, he preparesa :x;

list of all the players for each!) .... ==

league for each manager, giving, tr2
the names and ages of each regTWrant en

Thereafter the ,, >
sppng 9o
Draftln Eicavat Trenches for Foundation of Now Classrooms At Coquina School
training or try.outs will take;!

Indian River City South Titusvillc Happenings place. For these tryouts each' !'2 WASHER WITH EXCLUSIVE r

manager makes his own selection* Q 0
and turns In his list to the play

ers' agent. Thereafter all the ,. FOUNTAIN FILTER WASHING
>
I Expansion Underway At CoquinaConstruction players'managers agent get together and a with players'"Auction" the 10.1 ACTIONox: !

:
I
.. is held where the-
-
is under way at 7' players are provisionally placed Jiffy BEAUTIFUL cSTYLING LP.C.

this time on 12 new classroomsfor I into teams of 15 men each Each
Coquina Elementary School manager thus has a team of J? Cut ENDS LOW

These classrooms will be of 5ar men and tries them out. At tnc! / SIZES '

identical design to the existing ../ end of 14 days, these lists becomcr S1012M1416 WATERPRESSURE
classrooms! These facilities are final, and each manager Is then

due for completion' by Scptem. set with his team for the season, 'M l-8-20

her 10Q4: ,,fcstimated enrollment Whenever openings occur in Printed Pattern 9106Mlise : PROBLEMS
Schoolfor any team or teams, these arc Sizes Small (10, 12)),
for Coquina Elementary
filled with the help of the players' Medium ((14. 16)) Large (18,
next year Is 930 children 20)). Med. 2% yards a5-Incb.
'' agent from newcomers who
Present enroHmrnt Is 705. FIFTY CENTS in coins for
have the three tcaguA
joined
Coquina Elementary has had this pattern add IS cents
since the first registration, and for each pattern for lat-ciassmailing .
since its opening
growing pains each of- I and special handling : :
an option on player guru : bfw
in September: 1963 The classroom to. Send to 170 Newspaper Pattern : o
of players Is given to the managers ... :I
*,of the permanent type at Dept., 232 West 18th St., ....
)w until all vacancies or New York 11, K Y. Send &OC
this school 1, as originally built, been filled. Summer Pattern
for
openings have our Sprint;- >
were set up to accomodate 540 The players' agent, at the hi<''>. Catalog Includes' coupon o :I
children Even' from the very good for One Fret Pattern
ginning of the season. makes up '
start, irnprovision had to be resorted a score sheets for each game and. ALL 't

to because more and 1 rw6 keeps a card record for each in the aiditoruin! ; of the George PORCELAIN ,

more I children came to school player wldch evidences the acrPlavements Washington I otel, climaxing the WASH 0b

Several portable classrooms of each player and in celebration of the Battle of Olu OUTSIDE AND 14-POUND M

have been set u'p"*, and library, general gives! a history of his ietee's lOOt;i a..mvcrsary. At x: ; INSIDE 9 SELECTIVE y
auditorium and other.places have play from( time to time. ". "
I he close of a very wonderfuland no rust, i-n LOADS LIKE
been utilized as classrooms x
This\ new' construction will alleviate Ed Mills Family Relaxes At Horn eventful day, the cousins, :x: scratchesstains, ''a r THIS* 0

the.overcrowded ntuatlun South Blues Again parted. Marilyn: coming back to cn ; .T1P:1;:::fa lose Ib. M21d :Jt

existing at the School. bicycle safety' should benefit Bible Study and FellowshipA Miss Marilyn Avery of State Indian River City and Titusville 2tibltclotlu53":7l>: 9
and the others back to Little ,.. I" ItatilaclolMO' t 40 ,
its members, group of people in Indian Road 50, sister of Mrs. William 10.1 2 soy,' tee+mrn Z
Talent Show River City have Inaugurated a Mortis: of 475 Abbott Avenue, Rock I KOIIKII I ttttut
2 rti Sboyi irilrtl
Tien-Town Dance Bible !study'! course and fellowship enjoyed a day's visit to Jacksonville 10.1 ,' br: ii+ 7 meee2 loln n tit lowni bt"1
The Indian River City Talent leish< 4 4 in to wilt
Despite the cold and the rain every week for the past 8 weeks. last Saturday with her
Show will W! held Friday right, a warren i Chouel '
I
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held In the t t> ,b
These meetings are of thoWomen's
Feb. '28th and Saturday evening, last Saturday night, some 09! cousins, Joe and Sagas Avery, At a recent meeting { 1 mm't tmsri rt
t and two servicemen home of people who are Interest who members of the Capitol 2 met)' undtrih rti
teenagers are Auxiliary of the Indian
'
February,29th, at t the Civic Center WIDE ARC SPIRAL ,M 1 pair mm i shorts
turned out for a very pleasantevening cd in the objects of this group Guards, Co "A" 6th Arkansas River City Volunteer, Fire H 2 M r lock!
Mri Clare Simms Is ehr '
gen 1 j i piiyiu t
The Rev Jonathan Male of the
eral manager' of this show, and of dancing by stereo Presbyterian) Orthodox( ] Church In Rjjtiment, Confederate States Department\ It-was .vote4. tq reorganize AGITATION. 2chdd7 p I.y sofa1rNId'adrnes I I
juke box. 1'herc'was a blazing Army to include all women most 1 mm i ihifi- riort sleeve
based on beet performances! Ocoee, comes'' over every other thorough washing ever,
fire In the fireplace of the community This traveled to
Company of
\fi\lrm consolidated city
Mrs. Slmmi, this\ show. ;no doubt, week to meet,ihe group and was .
will be' exce lent In every way hull\ which added warm here last TUvrsday! T!.hen'"thei.macting .1 r-'J ftonytlle01"; Little Hock, j! interested wo i =- Model LW470 I"

and will exhibit thw talent pf ..'th to the evening. The* service. waftheld theXhorae of..'. .Ark\ to participate In the Centen- ',> itulvtller'r'il: ; } and ,may obtain ....... i.
!! who attended .Ed "nial of the Battle of
1en wire Celebration blank for
,, an application
this community to t the fullest extent r Mrs David Coates, 270 Key
,mend 1 A. Chrlsmond 'from .Fort Madeira Drive! At this meeting Olustee, Confederate Florida's membership In this reorganized Ask to see matching Silhouette DryerAll

: ...J.MIII*: Jackson< S. C. and Roger Snyder some 11 persona were present greatest victory over the Union organization from any Fire Sta
from Homestead Air Force Base Forces. This Centennial was
tiers The recent meeting held
; FamilyEd and an interesting and profitable
It was announced 'that thera evening was spent In Bible study' staged in the Cater' Bowl\ Jacksonville at No 3 Ft:-e Station, in the Indian Porcelain
Villa
: and Mills and their would be TeenTownthis activated units
not Many
any and fellowship The next meeting River City area, had a good
four ehildern. Eddie 9, Vicki 7, next Saturday, February29th from throughout the Noith and
of this group will be held Thursday turn out and already 23 applica TWO/ SPEED
Michacf 4 and Diana 1, live at due t to .the Talent Show us evening, February 27th. Any South participated as soldiers in lions have been received.

128 Moon Road fid. works lor ing the civic center. There one Interested in joining this this celebration. Those unending the recent organizational a ;!

DougU Aircraft, Corporation at will be a Tree dance with the group is asked to communicatewith Demonstrations of cannons, in meeting include: \ $19870VASHERS

Cape Kwmedy. at'an electronics "Avantes" band playing in Mrs Nancy Coates, 2672G05 eluding a large Napoleon cannon, Rctha fcoejler: Myrtle Finch,I .

technician; March on a date to be announced or Mrs Ernestine Hillis, musket firing, and drills, such ai Marguerite Brown, Orpha Gregory -, Sfarl I AI Mo

What Is noteworthy however, This dance will be for all memo 287-7658 as to time and place of the: manual of arms, aa perform'ed Margaret Higgs Rita .... . . -<

Is that he' is keenly Interested in bers holding the 1904 member this next meeting. 100 years ago were given, Stevens and Lillian Bush. The :...: M

the youngsters of this city Ed. ship cards (which are blue). All after which, there was a drama gioupsnext meeting will take o >:I

I Is player gent for the IRC. teenagers are urged to gel their Promoted nation:: of the Battle of Olustee placE' on March 5th at the Magnolu eng

Little League, and ,chairman of new membership cords as soon William B. James of this community In the evening, Marilyn and Street Fire Station No 3 o ISN'T IT ABOUT TIME FOR A NEW I

the Committee for Troop 310, &s politic so they will be eligible has been promoted to Airman her cousins! attended the crowning at which time officers for the reorganized xW

Cub Scouts <>t this city, Between, for the free dance First Class in the United of "Miss Battle of Olustee" gioup will be elected, III w 'I

these two;positions, he is a busy Adult chaperones for the even States Air Force James, who is W --e, loLpjorinJr =M ,
man. They''nave lived in Indian ing were Mr and Mrs. Robert in the
an autopilot repairman 9 yr
River City for the pat 6'i Compurato, Mn", and Mrs. Ponds. First Armament and Electronics j

years He cornea from New Jer- end Mrs\ Call l Mance Squadron at Self ridge Air Force WE ANSWERYOUR PHONEYour o r I i m. NO-fROST' Md'r

\vhllt Villa Is from Jacksonville : ) cn FREEZER
ICY Base, Michigan: la the son of Mr customers enjoy the courtesy of
NawcomcrsNewcomers and Mrs W W. James Sr., of 400 -" b #1 1W
an answer time they call SEE tHEM
in this comn unity Pritchard Avenue. lie attended every you. \ TODAY AT 0

Visitors Fr Orlando me Mr and Mrs Charles M Tilusvillc High School. Therefore more customers. t .t 1

Five tteachefs. from Forest Shackkfoid who now live at

Lake Elementary I School in Or 025 Scotty Dr.. Imperial Estates I I.R.C. Llttt L.M
lando spent l ut, Slonduy morning Subdivision 1: Tmy came to out Mills, players' agent for ;

vlttihjkardogoina) Elementary city from 'tucson, Arizona Mr. the Indian River City Little Lea Titusville Area Cocoa A Cocoa Beach .. TRADE I
.
School, Since they arc Shackleforcl works for 'the gue announces that there will bea 2"5530 636.7031 r I' -" tf'1'!

faced wttS.th*;,,jime over crowded Corps of U S. Engineers: at Cape registration held for Little Lea _e"'; /; NOW '

slfuation"te"Rxxfsts! here too Hcnmdy! t gue, Minor and Major League -tJ.: :, ''itt\? I' AT
many, nlutlcnt;' and not enough players next Saturday, February -- } It"j "
10:00 am until ?;(Wp I
classrooms! ,.Ihey arc, consideringa From Pa. 20ih from :
slrniUr space'' ,plan in their .m. at the Civic Center and ,\
school TheY were Interestedin Recent,visitors &> the home cfMr again on Sunday, March 1st at on all Mo/ui/ Cafe Brand PaintBuy $ e

seeing! it In operation. \ and Mrs Richard Hoggs o< the same place from 1:00: p.m. ..I )9870 1t
:303 J Jepson Street were Mr\ and till 3.00 p.m. 1 J
Mrs\[ Frank Morgan and() daughter These seeking registrationmust ( one
Bicycl. Safety ClubA Ann, from Warren, Pa Morgan \ bring along with them their REEAT ..J"y 1 ..J o}
Bicycle Safety Club is being
organized at ,Coquina Elementary is superintendent for the birth certificates, and must be get ouep : :
llunkin Conklin Construction Corporation residents within the boundaries of 9
with safety as its majorobjp.ctm. =
of Warren, Pa and the area from the- old boundary MW
will be shown
A film
Eoggs worked with him for lidos of Wnisperhig Hills and .0 IX1'U. con < .
and those interested in U
sho.-tly about 13 years before moving'to South Titusville south to( the >
joining wilt" receive a decal a Utilities INTERIOR LATEX WALL 9 :
Florida The !Morgans: spent their plant of the Orlando '
membership pledge card and a Brtlwood their .
winter vacation at Hlalrah near Commission at r I tIi
pamphlet on Bicycle Car.."' Miami, and on their return tnp' \vest to the St. John's River 'and b f111naUrll "" IN NOW
0
Seeing that there are more than stopped by to ice the Uogf east to the Indian; River. PAINTl UI :
200 bicycles in the rack at Coq here Ace! limits for the three groups \\Q\I. \ : I HOTPOINT jN00El CBFSISE ': .., W.cave a b
uina School every day, membership GECC TIMEPAYMENT M
No Frost ,15 '147.Ib
I Hotpoint ; roomy freezer hot 2
la this new club should be Mm weaeHO MIMJrse PLAN
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PAINTr9ooe, ...ing.out basket: never needs defroiring; ihd.
plentiful and teaching the riders to ttt
I IAIT aiArii," *WITH out shelves twin porcelain crispers deluxe your j
:z dairy
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Westwood Manor .... soAr COD WITH ... $ridget 0
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pore' area rolls out on wheels for easy cleaning; \
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STEEL '-::' ...... ".. $A 98 Na bLOW 0
SHElVING

CABINETS- Old Dixie Highway (Phis One Fret) GALLON DOWN PAYMENTWhifaker ,. Ha .


5S.2 BENCHES Roller and Pan Set 79c 10.1 rdd :

TRUCKS . .
Brick Homes '3 bedroom 2 Full Tile Bath Inc.
RACKS : Reg. 1.39 Value! Electric

BINS (Colored) Central Heat Built-in Range ..
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I WALLPAPER IN STOCK I 326 So. Washington Avenue (Downtown Tlluiville)

t-al.rewl"aas"Osb" : d.-05wrcit w/Hood, Sod Lawns &; Shrubs, Choice of Phone: 2670611 ,
WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS ;

WITH gooIJ0 stuartHftwM Colors $14,200 to $14,800. I MARY CARTER PAINTS
/_CK I Lau i *
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oman Dies Alak ij VJ 't"'n' *< U- J ls "wu_ I


Park 'Idle SAVE .... -..-.......,.. -. ... .- .....
_.. f 7 t' -'Ii'
II Mr. Bessie H :.., sister of, ::
r5. Frank C Clark of Indian I SliNSt N v
1 1' i
k 7aaTi
M TENDER
,leer Ctu area died at her $
home in Oak Park Illinois Sunday
morning, Feb. 23 following I BEEF ,
in 1 illness of several days
Mrs Rusk had many friends
n the Titusville area having
t ailed her sister here regularly
for many years. She was a :
member of the TitusviUe Chap
ter of (the Pythian Sisters and a ,.t; CHUCK
Members of the Euclid Avenue .
f Roast. 48"
Methodist. Church, Oak Park is QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED -* T, Ia. u.
Funeral services were conduct t PRICES GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 29TH 4 n '
.. .... ,. ROUND BONE SHOULDER +
Id Tuesday afternoon at 2:00: o' W'.D'' ,0" 'INC Copra'''HT ,
clock and interment was in For Ad : ,. :
eat. Survivors Park Cemetery include, two Oak daugh Park. REG 45* SUNNYLAND FRESH DORK +, 1} It;; Roast LB 5 8;

tern Mrs. Robert Davis and Mr. Sausage it. 39JRES ;

Fern Rusk,Wilson all of;Oak a Park SOD,; two Johnny sistgrs )9. FISH FILLETS. S mo k e d HAMS ;I POT Roast. 58
Mrs. Clark (of f IRC and ,
Mrs Lucy Wilson, Miami; a lB 29 1 I t':
dill '
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brother Fred Robbins, Miami; EXTRA LEAN, MEATY SHORT
and several grandchildren SMALL BUTT ..
;

Shrimp 5 LB BOX $195HALF i I hall k ;' Ribs . 38, .

Winn-Dixie Sales ; 4 I r,
FRESH o
FRESH BOSTON BUTTS PORK ;

Show i 6 Percent Roast . lB 391 u491 LB. ) Gr.NOiier 5 P a sf' .

REG. ate EAT RITE SMOKSausage "ft
Gain Last Month
7 .
791 > :.t'..
I IAn Pkg.
increase of 6 79 percent in
LIMIT 2 AT THIS PRICE
l les was recorded by VVmn Dixie RBG. 59g EAT RITE SLICED'i'7 .e
!ores during the week period WITH $S. ORDER OR MORE
rib ded the February corresponding 3 compared period Bologna lB. 49 FROZEN FOOD

}ear ago. .,.

]Sales volume for this period 1 N e MMe
t titled $69.292,673 as compared EXTRA STAMPS ( ; rt MORtON Chic B.tf_ Turkey Ham, Sa'ubury.! Mtat Loot
ith $64,8H9,421 for the samer'lod
r >,403,252.An In.1963, an increase of ONiaR ( t Dinners 2 FOR 8 9?

50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH CHOPPED SHAPED r:3 "''? 1 MORTON Choc,, Banana lemon, Ncopolitar, Coconut
increase was also noted $ 98
r it.\.the 32-week !period ended Cubed Steaks 3 Lb. BOil 1 r Family
Cream Pies 3 9
F 'bruoiy 8. Sales totaled $531,. 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW COOKED f Size ,
YELLOW SOLIDSMargarine
ALL FLAVORS THRIFTY MAID
0 (L742 as compared to $508,927,. SI iced Ham 69*
9 :i for the responding period 6-oz.Pkg. I PAN.RED! BREADED ROUNDShrimp ,.
year ago, an increase of 4.76 i Ice I MILKREG. '.
p TccntWmn. I lol.. PKG. 8 9 rj
50 Extra Top Value Stamps 1 .'
Dixie) now operates 623
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF I REG. 49 PACER SLICED STAW.Berries. "
r (ailIlit.! and 8 wholesale < .
j .... 1 0 39
u its throughout the Southeast ONS W..L: n TASTI 0' aA LB. F ; IGAL. ? 5 "-Dr, $1 ::
c mpared with 601 retail and 8vjholcsnle Fish Sticks : Pkgs. ..
units a year ago. OOOD TNRUNV.Rr aarN :
AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
2 '''''' ., ; ; l" I IP
P.T.A. To MeetThe "

regular monthly! meeting j- P

o the Cuyler School:>> P.T.A. will SAVE 3Y2( EACH STANDARD (Ill..ait 3 V'th;' $5 !food order) .8''r"i'e"d"
bfc held Monday( night, March, 50 Extra Top Value Stamps Raisin "Mr.I1
at| 7:30 in the school( cafetorium. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF | j I 1 t tON
ton the agenda T 9
are
reports V 1ataes 303 CAN ;
0 ,
fijom bfrship the committee beautification chairmen and mem-, Diced i d"O Thicken n

[Parents and patrons are asked ;;ANYr1Y1NN;; :;;;;-D;;XIE SAVE .14. EACH. LIBBY'S TOMATO (Limit, 2 with $5. ,food order) ;
tn lend their help in planting .il Loaf 19c i i
s&rubbery trees and flowers(
19
which will be delivered at 8:30: 46-oz. CANo < '"
Saturday morning. Feb 29th. i i. -:;

Those having plants to donate
may bring them or contact Mr. I 50 Extra Top Value Stamps SAVE 3* EACH THRIFTY MAID (Limit. 10 with $5. food order) Fresh Mountain Grown WinesapAPPLES h"
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of I
:Mcrlcy( Mrs. Ryoland or Mrs.

_S ithi 1If ONt Gooo Chocolate LOtIN THIIU HOWARD'.."U.Cake.JOHN.ON. JTM i Evap. Milk TALL CAN 1 10* t I I ::

have real estate 23 AT ANY WIMN-D4XII. ;: I
you SAVE 6< EACH DELSEY (Limit 2 with $5. food order) .
to'sell, or if you are :
locking for choice real i i Tissue I 2 ROLL PKG 19 ; 5 LB BAG A9f 1 y.'
50 Extra TVaIe Stamps BH 4fy J ....,
estate\ use our classl WITH THIS COUPON.ANQ, PURCHASE Of' JUICY SUNKIST ,w.T. .
... P.ee. r.er..t SAVE 104< fid columns.I While Acruu Peas Lemons DOZEN 39 ,..J ..
(
OOOD T. "" 'M 3 9
M
QT, i ...
24 AT ANY WINN DIXIE ayonnalse BAKING POTATOES i

;[I Russets 10 LI 59 I IIn .
SAVE II. EACH ALL PURPOSE Limit( 2 please" )) BAG F "
only I: () :ONE : i j
50 Extra Top Value Wesson 01124..281 ..
WITH THIS COUPON. ANQ N .' ....,.' (+; .< 1.1 I

:| There I is i NAppift THRIFTY Sauce MAl. I = I / ':
1 1 e ..._
OOOD Twru rte.Y1I' 18TM I -
: only one : AT ANY WINN.DIXIE r t ; I ,,,. "..
'' 24 [I i]
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'WELCOMEWAGON i F/ V'I" [ MAXWELL i i 1 / ai INU5o
I -
m :
1sn i ot : ".. ....
, E11ta To Value 512mls t e 1 ....
"'w
WITH TKIS+ Sfw r t. AND 'V cHASI 01 ; ui I' :( ....
I BEAN5Pork .....
: ONe a-Lo P.e e.ACIN'' GOOD ; 1 / ]
a
I .=. .: ;, Fig Bars t! 1 I _
I :. .: 000. ?w.u ''''''U''..I.'" New Easy OM" Cct Vac. I Packed Cef/e./ : V.. CCUllp Blue or White Arrow pr.ed' TiJ. 4 is) .i.iAT :

,.... ., apwMaq. -. 24 ANY WINH.DIXII i Astor Coffee ; Maxwell House i; & Beans ; DETERGENTGIANT DETERGENTSAVE ::
ili isws :
.
8 gaol '
f..rtag
;j .... SAVE 14 1 ItS. CAN ; SAVE '18* 1-LB CAN ; SAVI St! 3QQ CAN BOX SAVE 204<< i 30< GIANT' PKG ; ::

:r :':;.:i.r..U.Mq1MrI ... i;. 5t Extra Value SlalDDS ".,. t t I t .' :..:

:; r iiV Q7'a WITH THIS CDUrOtf AND PlJRHASl t1lue i 1 ..

I 1-1 : Super;" DlTa O Blades 49 59% ; 9 I 3949 '. :i

,.,..
WELCOME WAqOMr Oo e T"RU InwA' N I t
n Ar ANY WtN N.axtE .I ._. .....

YOur Choice Limit' one con w"ltS.. ode. or nnor* Limit 3 with" $5. food order \ Limn" one with, ti rood ..dd ; LImit en4II wl.1U.. food ordet 1!t ti

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Wednesday February 2' 19(4'
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Fees -B Tltueville! Florida) Star Advocate
J
$2,900 Total For NB _n


Heflri und= Drive

The returns from the 1964 oaths
Heart Fund in North Brevard "In add.t.on t> applauding ouiccmmi
totaled approximately $2,90000 :n.ty support of the drive .
us of today, "with additional< contributions and the almost, hundred wilhn; p DIG APPLE PLAZA
) being received daily and wonderful volunteers in TITUSVILLE DINE OUT ECONOMICALLY I j
from farnlea: who were not at eluding: the Free Wheelers (Ti 3 PRS/ i BORDE NS
Vo.n when their Heart Fund tusville Cyils Club), we woula 39c And -
voljntwr celled( Sunday. cxpec!ally like to hank: the Star 1,25 FRIED
The splwdd! response to the Advocate for its fine coopcrat er. MAGNOLIA-IRC py TA
Heart appeal expresses well en" Add Dotty Lee, Heart Sun FIRST QUALIIVI --- FISH FILLETS
t.nt: th" people! of North Breard clay Ci: .:rnan. Sizes 91011 4r FC A
are willing to join this vital nationv The rff.its. enthusiasm and
,,. 6 Served: with Tartar Sauce, Pota
'ide tight: csamtt heart and cnspci it \f all make the
circ ila:lcr> ,hseases which are ,,9 4 heart Fi d Drive a comp 6w7a/111 BH1AR8ATE SUAVE GREATa; toes. Creamy Cola Slaw Rolls
resp>nsUli' for T\ percent of all :Me ;ucte :: ,.. .
REG.93c111 ounce aerosol. Spice or menthol..r.
r ..l-IIX: !!\:.:: '1t'I'.. "1"' :!:r.'! <;f-...' GREATESTof ?L and Butter.
the YVd td


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," super Discounts in Every Depcrfrmen A' DISCOUNT

ter STATING TODAY

r DRUGS
'
r I 7 D Blended with HAVANA

1 fr E11Y4.l 69 '. Factory t ccFaNA o
r MEN IEPuAIR
.t ( sie Rejects a


ROYAL WHITE 6cea. 1 BABY t AGIC
? rllq' SPRAY
eeenneue I,,, l ; r

coetinao Afi 60r SIze 43c
39 Of 50 e :
low Calorie Dieting? jar > e. ueri ,.

A balanced vitamin l

I formula-raf.guarda health when dieting. / I I I e 1 1 a C

FASHION RITE GILLETTESHAVE
"-" now
eWge .. ti
1a

TAP DAN....'LnS Chris Compton, left and Lynn Price BoW 9 9 e wr ra + eNY+OUe BUBBLE BATH BOMB

,.. ,
will be tappin" their way' across the stage at the IRC o} BO ett1 .
h
Civic Center during the tenth annual Variety Gala Hid llmir.dTim.After 1real : 59C QR
den Talent Show on Feb. :28! and 29 at 8 p.m. Proceeds Sanitary 9Sc Size 67C
frcm the event will! benefit the expansion and remodeling .
of the C'ivc: Center. Brian Kilgdllen, local radio Tired? Run Down? Napkins slla =
personality, will emcee the show.-Carlson( Photo).
Need A Good 45c Size PARTY TREAT MIX

Vitamin? Have or Chocolate Stan, BOX For nAlEY'SYou
Cub kcul Pack 320 To Hold 12's I Chocolate Peanuts Hair Needs

Tried NUTS or Peanut Cluster

Blue foil' Gad! Banquet Friday WalgrecnsSUPER 24c 13'01, F$. $1129 Seller88C! M-0 LAXATIVE

J Cub Stout, Pock 310 l is holding Rabt has promised to show sotm AYTINAL vacuum.i ': 63 a Removable partition. 99c Pint 77C
its! annual Elye And Gold ban. Interesting films and Ernest Compartment for bob pint,clips,pick
quit h's' Friday flt the TICS School of Dancing will have a Wide Range Formula
Vitamins and Minerals
cafeteria starting at 6.:30 p.m, imher: of talented performers
They will be celebrating the 34th on hand to entertain; plus a few Plus B-12. -
of the Scouts of other Take Just One-A'Day
annivcrsury Boy surprises.Frank i Fountain
Syringe
America, DISCOUNT
Keller has announced Compare the formula 149
Each! Den table will have and ilia SHOPPIHG I
*lii.hr decorations and favors that Mrs E teen Herman a new price' fora 5.981 Reg. 2.49! Tyson Special.
made by the Cubs, who have put den leather, has joined the Pack Real Value COSMETICS
many houis of work into this occasion and assumed leadership of Den -
The tables will also havea 1. replacing/ Mrs, Charlotte For- BAGS r _
-
-
decorated cake and the Pack tier Den 1 and Den 9 will present ,
will furnish cokes, coffee bread, the skits for February SHOE BOX 44c
butter and paper goods' Each AvtLrds will be presented to ,, Chaiceof n.tural BRYLCREEM
5c ? Thru Plastic 69c
ee Reg.
family is asked to bring its own Cubs::.. and the attendance ban. Reg. 0' or white finish wood.
table service ner will /go to the den with then Bargain Value At "// 3.99 Seller
Entertainment chairman Ned 'o,.t adult, at the banquet HAIR DRESSING
---. m $799 39 ICE BUCKET c


fps Hero Nowt FtLs 2c FOAM STYRENE With cover. 9Bc SIZE 76CFOAM

Ntw1S64 A13MIRA1L STYRENE .
Ti3 ht Hsserved to Limit uonfltieo

COLOR TV Portable |Ice Box e -1 ADORN

M Re9.1.9s s

,.war.-.Y Lightweight $$3.251 CHAP STICKS s All Metal HAIR SPRAYFor


I>Or b p Chapped Lips Reg.. 39c M 44 y

e g .SO SIZE 1.21
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1

LIGHTER FLUID 19c FILE


29c Slxa 1 WALGREEN
1 NOW
G:+ '+
S+ltet

-A Urethane Foam Fill SHAMPOO SPRAY 4it; p AN CREAM SHAMPOO
Ti.i COUIIINIV MO dI I inn
Iy Dtnish, Mott rn lowboy In itnuln Wilnutv Bed Pillow 57c Seller! Anti-iplash head, J'tubing .... $ 44 D
flee M end ultcUrt Krdwood( tolidiN
w Admiral kulll 2S,000 volt P(.el ion CREAM
rutted(t chiuil wild lonf rani lurrll Non All.rgenic, 2.50 VALUE -l.LB 119
end tuner whitt Intur plclurtt v vltf.color liirtltd plus trilip bl channel Mdiator,
1.99 I DURO CEt. 6 x 4 x I'Ir icti i size for wails, car, a 69t:
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e e 4 +f an "" --.'- ". -" .'!I't- t', ,II(!: JAR

I iR'A1It n MORE tji:l EASIER 49CA F-R-E-E
OCrtHCtBlllT! NATURAL COLOR! COLOR TUNING!
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Jj'
I, 59C .... DELIVERY

Gerd P&son With' New With New
Just Dial AM 7-0434
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WI..1ChaoIa Admiral Admh.l ALKABAYER
,, .,. .
e' mc"an.I' ew frank! Cols Con'l./' / I
It Ii..010 noel.4 S..M"' Polidenf Shcampott
Buenln.aa
.1"' 'I,.d.Nl.ullcn nn x"1,, e.114x. / I Conlrol SELTZER

I & SHOULDERS IF WE
1 '- .1' j I ASPIRIN DENTURE CLEANER HEAD ARE NOT

With Your Purchase of Any Color i FILLING YOUR
TV Eat: Wo Will Install A SS9.95 Color C Sgc 69c
/n'eina: fcr Only 529.95 4 7 79001' SIZE c SIZE 43c TUBE 43c PRESCRIPTIONSYOU'RE
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SWIFT'S' PREMIUM,

;. ,; .1. SWEET SMOKE FLAVOR SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN

\ / TENDER-AGED GOVT. INSPECTED
BAON/ ,
'' ft.lIC D HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE! '


Ib. \w

0 ,
1 rt Swift's Premium Tasty ;xtvsoge

1t qG 4 Brown 'N ServeTarnow's Pk9:;: 49 Chu 'k Steals Ib. 49C

t ti r ,. ?di Cooked or Baled
'
'# rr>< i +' Sliced Harn;. . 6.01.pkg. 59*
Poti floist (boneless) Ib. 79c39c
.
Copeland's Fresh 'n Flavorful

c : r Sliced Bolocjna . Ibr: 49

Delicious Lenten TreatSwordfish ", Short Ribs Ib.
Steaks ib. 59* O e.

% For Frying or Boiling, Medium Sue
Pk

% 'r a White Shrimp . ,k. 79 Ground Beef lb.49c

1 Evaporated (Limit 6 please) Carnation

e GRADE BREAKFAST A FLORIDA CLUB M _I I k . 3 cans tall 39 DOO EF leA 00 IOO

LARGE EGGS Save tot The All Corn Oil Jt( Green Stamps
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ik" "il" 04 "li '
pwdoM
1 1 46-01, C i, |c ipM I
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Mazola Oil 69 t..' Swift" Premium Super Sliced Cold Cut ,
e i bat, k, ,,3 Bees' pk I1t
$1 'V.p
2 lIolo
__ r dor. T-
t.l f>k
t k sr+" 1 1 Grinds
EQQ] MQ.o.oB
; Qi;
DeeilelOrUs 1 1.lb. 59c
FAil 'sCoffee
Handy, Convenient gOf can
-
EXTRA
;
c 1 ALCOA WRAP. (limit 1 per customer w/purchaus of $5 or morel) BOO FREE 00 IOOf
or Halved Yellow Cling

2 n. 29 F & P Peaches 4 *2' $1 ,J"$>/ Green ri i w n.Stamps.e eurrYnu wl '.
: cans Q; Armour'i Star Canned BarBQSPARt <.=
r RIBS
Gold Seal Nutritious Tasty Red 1 !-r, Yellow I Hawaiian 2V.Ib. ..can... $2.69, =
1. .. $ rPIItOl', uee.ee.! r n Leo B, 1
P 46-or. 1 ',--vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvVj( !( )
DOG FOOD u. (I

(1 6 tall 77 Swift's Shortening. Special aOOX"XEXTRA rXIOumt.

cans 5 I., I P n I n 9 con. 49 C JlI{ Groan. Stampa.er ,. '
NWrcfia nh }
Swift'i' Canned Lunch Moot ,.,CES. '. : C>,
ll- Assorted c;; VO-5 HAIR SPRAY .
Pram ... .... ... .. ellll= 39' EFFECTIVE >0 t PYbIX[ : C k M3 19-or. $1 can ,.SI. ,SO... plu i tea, -
"Lrone sA I. ueu
Crean Giant Criom Style a THURS., FRI., SAT.. a e pkgs. E1/(
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CLASSIFIED GLAMCL&i0L GlltlS Plumbing Supply
.O'UPMaMT' $ FQ a RENT HOUSES FOR SAL
INFORMATION TRAILERS FOR SALE I I BUYS
2 BSRBOOtt; e, trajty' locatol SEPTIC TANKS
FLORIDA LIVING at its best 3,-
DEADLINE I p.m. Dy BICo> electrically equipped. Adult!, 1 BEDROOM I, full bath, I aircondiueniog 000 ft.
so' screen-enclosed pool,
Publication For W.d. Frk Wily. Paune 267/ 6781. 8 x 36, very clean -ot -cast concrst itael-reln- I 81 with V4 mile of
paneled 3 bedrooms.2it
137 acres
e1.re game room -
11, A.M. Ba u For 3
on Publl.oaUo"" ? $1300 2 7-6492 between 48pm.MOONLAND ( statt-approvtd. sins 940
9ACHEIOH: U we completely ( gals, 83Q ,ala., 735 gals. and looo baths. built-in kitchen; plus 1 US No. 1 frontage. Good
iucslsfced hou ., ClQst 123 ntentji.l bedroom complete apartment
WANT AD RATES gals. Grease traps wtali.d. tanks high, pine land ideally located
Central beat and aireondll.
I c nti word l* Phone t-QW.. and ooiDg.f
per .J : pumped cleaned, drain fields Call sad zoned for trailer park. All
Ulotnum Ch owner for appointment 267-
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Work
NEW 2 bedroom, furnished or unlurnished Mobile Home Sates guarantied. FittmaaSeptic 2889. or part for only $1950 per acre
-- Tanks, Inc. Phone AM 74421. ,
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ALL CLASSIFIED ADS i ( 2 -i317FlOaiDIAN '- P O. Box 201, Tltusvill, OWNER LEAVING with suitable terms.
PAYABLE IN AOVANCA cloM Hk : / U.S. I North of Overpass Florida.
APABTMEN1S
Except: E tbllihed AaoowI1au1fled '" Modern 2 BdRm home located in 139-2'"4 acres zoned industrial
I In. slUciaades;: weekly.,, monthly established residential area, not with 330 ft. SR 405
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Tltusvllle Real Estate approx.
: Display Rata 4mLJsbl. rates, auc conditicmaJs 417 Julia 0-- a development, convenient to
OD Requalt Street. NEW 190t SKYLINE schools and town. 6 fruit trees frontage $7500
Th. $t&P-Advocmt. th. ACREAGE FOR SALE and old
shade
>rIyII,.. of rcvUInf MMWM orJectlnc 2 BEDROOM unfurnished apart- !Special $3995, 50() x 10, 2 bedroom, built trees. Custom 173-10 acre ranch with 2 bed.
home
ao, a""erlleemeat wblcl- It dt m. meat, ,atea 2tt toGas iuvnfetod I i including washing macbinq: furn with city water and room home, needs some re
objectionable cad to chant tba U Iture. delivery and set- Low 5 ACRE plots of land near Titus sewer In addition there is an
house tin a at* it mon 18 HIlt) up.
with 30 fruit trees and
clanlflcatloa of any advtrtlim down payment. 7 financing vllle, good road water, attached lot facing USI for bus. pairs
years
267-7586.
Call before 11
from th. policy tbt of ordered llili to conform to ---ii..a.m.-. 1 _s -___ MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES cleared, excellent fo'r pasture iness or investment. FHA or lots of shade trees. High and
Th. 8lar-Ad voca papal'ta will not b.> .AiLMilt > S.AND 'itallefa. Authorized Skyline dealer farming, good home site Reasonable conventional financing Shown by dry and all cleared. This entire .
MipoailbU for mor tban on< Incorrect Weekly, monthly rates. Adults '122\ No. U.S. 1 No. of overpass, Apply Box L, StarAdvocate l appointment only. W J. Smith, parcel with improvements
Innrtlon nor will It b. only 104 Oardto. Tltusville, 2673081 Realtor phone 267-3511
Itabla for any error In advtrtlitin.ntf I L J lying approx: 500 ft. from
to a water txt nt than HOUSES FOR. RENT TEN ACRES southwest of Indian LOTS FOR SAL and short distance
the coat of the ipac occupied by 26 ALUMINUM :TRAILER, very I Route 46 a
th. lt.m In the tdv.rtlnra.nt. good condition Terms arranged River City. $3000 Caah total from Mims and reduced to
SMALL HOUSE, U21V4 Indian I b Inquire Nelson's Trailer Park. price. Call Arrow Realty 267-/ l ATTENTION BUILDERS. 6 lots,
Builnwi Office IS MaiD brief River Ave. Phone AM 73560. Li Lies.r.ibiaau. 7037, on US. 1 Indian River as is $2200 each Shady Oaks sub only $18,950 with $,000 down.

Dial AM T- 8J1 TRAILERS FOR RENT I City, Fla. division, large storage ware 182-4 acres with 2 bedroomCB !
Office Hauri I:00 to ISO AVAILABLE MARCH let large house and small house included
unfurnished 3 bedroom. house, 2 2.2 AT DUCKS FISH CAMP. Couple I FIVE ACRES good high land, 330 CaU owner 267-5963. house and highway frontage .

Ul, bath, built-In range and .,il adults Only $25 week or $75 feet frontage on County Road. Would make four nice
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AnimalsMUST ovtn carporte ant< utility. U33. .. f14.' M ri"",iwmt .. month gas, water and electricity! $6,000. Terms. Call Arrow Real- one acre homesites plus com

monthly. 267-192 a "H. take. hie sjeeond lesson next December."" ? furnished. ty 267-7037, on U.S. 1. Indian WE WILL BUILD mereial value of the highway
SELL AKC German Shepherd River City, Fla.HOUSES frontage Just 7 miles from
9 months black and tan. OFFICESFOR RENT ,1 BEDROOM on Mi acre land Grow Titusvlle I and priced: low
good with children, b u.. brok. For Sale (8 your own vegetables Suitable t FOR SALE TO SUIT YOU $12,000 total price.
en. 2672617. OFFICE SPACE tor. rent -- aie Help Wanted for couple $50 monthly plus utilities -
suitable lor repair shop Inquire Call Orlando, 277-5923. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY, 3 bed On Your Lot 188-Beautiful 3 acre tract with
AKC REGISTERED Chihuahuas, Llke.Nu furniture. 609 Main St. COtDSPOT BOO deep freeie, frost-: FEMA -I room, 2 bath, screened porch nice trees. Approx 300 ft.
2926 South Hopkins Ave., 287- 2673325 less 12 lb. deep fryer Phone ,' Hitf- ANTEQ 'I, Mobile Home double carporte and many extras O A New Home from U.S. No. 1 on good
__:3559 after 5 p.m.Apartment. 2672090. LAUNDRY' "HELP- "Unless you Located in Palm Courts conuty road Excellent site for
ROOMS FOR RENT want and need work do not apply i II, tRAILER LOTS FOR SALE near public and parochial A New RoomWe country estate or small ranch.
For Sale WHITE UNIFORMS., size 11, good Call i in pt: son. A.1 Laundry, schools and shopping center. Priced at $5000. Owner prefers .
ROOMS JUd weekly oa 3 men $24 condition 767BOILWESTINGhOUSE 412 S. lpkJn* CABANA. AND trailer lot for sale Newly redecorated interior, will furnish plans and make cash. :
EDGEWATER, 4-unit furnished weekly, private bath. 267.2090. 30 Inch deluxe encwl In yard Call 297-7461 be-: $14,200 with easy terms Ryan loan arrangements with no
apartments, air WOMAN TO live In home watching 1 tween 6 and 7pm. Realty, 2674691. 203-20 acres. Beautiful young
conditioned. down
Call payment. Give us a call
Practically $75.
SINGLE BEDROOM, private en- range. new children. Start bearing grove with all pine-
central heating. boat soon. Sos HM,
house, riparian trance, refrigerator near ssopr,. 2614963 _ Star.Ad Q&1.. THREE BEDROOM, 2 baths Split No Obligation apple and ha ml in oranges
rights. Francies B
Bet h-
plug center. 367.6833.. Mobile Home Owners, level home $800. cash down Located just north of Nina
er, Realtor 1816 Rldgewood, 21" USCDi Maf navQx coosol TV MALI MEIP WANTED handles. Call Arrow Realty 2G7- 267-6789 and close to U.s. No 1. A real
Edgewater. Florida, TeL 428- SLEEPING ROOMS and eHlcte. $10. IT It Kayak 2 soateo-, $14, LIVE RENT 7037/ on U.S. No 1, Indian River bargain at only $2200 per
8681.! den for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- 2673709. J. M. CHEWNING
WANTED, 2. body toes, aM 3t experienced City, Fla. acre Terms.
3400. i FURUlTVREi SALES first class G.1\I. mechanics 5 Construction Co
DISCOUNT.
Building & Const.NIDY reducedto Hospitalization insur FREE CASH 205-5 acres just north of Vims
NEWLY FURNISHED: tit floor samples, greatly. *
eon- For your house equity.B.RINTWOOD 647 Highland Terrace
and east of U.S. No 1. This
/ajo.ce, paid vacajion, uniforms. ,
CONSTRUCTION. dltlonlng, TV, Maid service $30 make roooa for sew inerchaa: 267 3262 TitusvUle
residentiais weekly 2327 S., Washington or disc for new lines. Buy of a Hfe many ethos fringe bMefits. :5V4 young grove has just been reduced :
commercial and remodeling call 267,8407. time. 2111 Garden 2675733 or day week plenty of work. If yau Invest $20 down payment and ESTATES due to freeze damage.Would
12 'years In Tltusville Licensed 267-1926. do not wint to make mooey, pay only $20 monthly and you 4 welt models make several nice
_a04 bonded. Phon' AM 7-23J6.. LOW rates,. alec' rooms for workmen I PLEASE do not apply Contact will buy and possess your ownextra Brentwood punned Estates are Is min-now NEAR LAKE HARNEY in pinewoods homesites. Todays price,
$10 3. Call 2Q7-6183 or 2873r.13. TVNITURE! C. B. Suns Beltoa Ponjlac:-OldsTitusvUle. large full acre trailer lot utes open.from downtown TitusvUle Approved for building. ; $10,000 with 29"; down.
Business OpportunityBEER : .. BRAND NEW; overstocked. Mustsell mobile Become your own landlordDon't 'Restricted. Lake llarney access.
West Garden FILL
Street.
on. Phone Geneva 349-319L 213-40( acres high and dry
7 piece living room suites. tear up rent receipts each
BAR, complete realestateand _iUHOtm'! FOR urn $119.77. 3 complete rooms, $248.50, DRY WALL spray man and taper month. More than 150 happy VA3.4 bedroom homes, from LARGE LOT for multiple*_dwell. with over 30( in good mature
$85 monthly, Includes citrus. Income will for
everything )
no money down I>> easy %ems. Call Phooc a4 4236 after 7 p.m. families now reside in our Beautiful pay
business .
$20000 total. Call 'STOtAQE SPACE m metal building Trailer 267 7142 or NE 6-8385. Ing or community business $200 this property in comparativelyshort
Arrow Realty 267-7037, on U. S. on Nevins Court, rear of 267-5735. Open Sunday 10-6 SERVICE: STATION attendant and Community. Only a down. $35 monthly. Also can finance time. $2500 per acre
lots
few left. Visit and
1. Indian River City. Fla. Star.Advocate building Available FURNITURE -3 rooms of ftM neclu.:. Full and part time for yourself the finest us Mobile see- TITUSYIIJLE Merry Lane, 3 building. Inquire, 2671481.
Fob Wh See II. II. Hudson bedrooms, carpeted 214-Lake front. 2 I
furniture. Must have references. Salary acre bearing I
8 bedroom suit
piece in all Florida.
Home Park 7J3con
Camping -* Hunting at Stan-Advocate.. 7 piece dinette aU only $1).89: and fontll lli"". Tup's Pure ditioned t $$11,900. Continued on Next' Pag grove with 225:! orange trees, .
month. Decor Furniture 206 Service. 907 U. S. 1. City. CHRISTMAS PARK 8 grapefruit. 4 tangerine
BUY'OR rent tent For Sl per WHISPERING HILLS. Modern 9 132 ft wide and 1320(
a folding camp. N. Magnolia) Avenue, Indian JU'er (- Route 50 Christmas Florida -- Property
er, sleeps 5, stove sink. Icebox City. Phone\ 267-7113. I InsuranceRUSSELL font Orlando 275-1727 room, a bath, swimming' pool it. in depth and extends from I
Double J. Campers 2476 Old MILAN! ACCORDIAN. 1 switch tlr conditioned$ fireplace, deep one paved road through the I.

Dixie highway Phone 267-1804 block., model 41, excellent ton- Heavy Equipment Direction 12 miles west ot.US well. And in income apartment lake and fronts another paved
ditto. 2615592.AuUtiM over 2 car garage and work shopGround road. This beautiful country)
Child Car *, No. 1 & Titusville tosnpMely, landscapedand eajqte\ U:only ,(WO) ft from -
I 1958 3/4 YAKJ MARION dragUM i On Highway 5().
BLECTRJC: Iteve, ,, INSURANCE contain 120 trees, mostly orange school and 'near Chopping.[ It ,.
CLOSE IN TitusviU, clean comfortable .40 x 26, $:&. Portable sJr-coeler mode* 3StM, serial 21013Swartx's Inc. pluroosa palm and oak. Is about Vi hour drive from

home. Experienced.Hour with stand $20. 26N OO4. water, 82906.Riverside. Hotel Edgo. Near golf court Call 2672049. Titusville and can be yours ..'

day or week. 2672210. REPOSSESSED SPINET!! PIANO 2001 So. Washington Ave. Motorcycles For Sale SEVEN ROOM house with air conditioner JESS W. CHILDRE (for $7500 cash. _-;

WILL CARE: for children in own Used only 4 months, take over. Phone 267-6720 3 bedrooms, 2 baths 215-30 acres In grove plantedin
home, by day or week. 267.0310 small monthly payments. Help Wanted Whispering Hills $1400 down, I hamlm east of U.S. No. 1
KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Mobile 1962 TRIUMPH. Tiger Cub. good $115 per month AM 7-4623. REALTOR UI5.DcsACREAGE near Scottsmoor Priced below
BABYSITTING BY the hour. Call 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385 Hornet condition. Call 2671279.
lOw'I market at $2200 acre.
LICENSED: REAL ESTATE sale I per
267-3738 between 6.7 p.m. --- I < BEDROOM. 2 both new,
FENDER PRECISION electrIc personnel, man or woman, top I Moving Storage I down payment Nicest section In t 302-25 acres on river just north
CHILD CARE by hour day or base guitar, Blonde finish with commission. Brokers help but DO TRAILERS FOR SALE. I TUuavllle. Forest Hills 267-3564 I of city Located on two county
week Indian River 1IeIghtAM accessories, plus, fender leather competition. Campbell ASBOOiates
LOCAL AND LONG distance movers roads with railroad crossing.
7-5766.. Bate list $279 TitimHle 267732, out oO{ i ENVELOPES Business Sizes i ,
case. guitar prite ; 1963 14 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER I Moving storage packing Over 1000 ft. river frontage
guitar cast, list price $60, worthnear town caH collect.\ Like new, sleeps 4, adults, $895 shipping, cold fur storage. crat- for tnalUDfi Full stOCK at Star-I which is presently beintf used

For Rent $390 condition, sacrifice Call at $200.Ron..267-Excellent COOK, DISHWASHER. front boys, i can be {financed. 2S7.519$ or 267- I ling.I tree estimates. 26733U. Advocate. commercially $1750 per acre
4691. with 29% down.
Brevard Ridgeway Mayflower.
5 miles no Mims. Home's Rest ,
ARTICLES FOR RENT 0331 or 267-7135 after T p.m.
aurant. 505-Excellent piece of U.S.
FOR RENT TRAILER AWNING aluminum No 1 frontage 250 ft. x 400 ft.
.approximately feet$150. Lot SUPERINTENDENT WITH experlenc ] BUILDERS 200 acres, North of Minis, one mile
through to and on Old Dixie.:
soil of River frontage one mile of
in cemenj streets
Floor Sanders. Polishers 75/ Mobile Manor. and curbs. Call 267-7131. JUST BUYS railroad frontage. Only '$650 per Just reduced to $65 front ft.
Phone AM 7 3255 PIANO BLONDE': Spinet. Cable- GOjpD WANTED acre, terms, with good terms.

FACTORY PAINT OUTLET NtI_. Like new, Phone 2675470 FEMALE HcLP WANTID Call Mr Floyd. R. Stone withJ. 508-US. No. 1 to river Buy
"FOREST HILLSESTATES"
this at only $16500 with
Baldwin Shopping Center W Childra RealtyAM
10 CUBIC FOOT Coldspot refdgqator. INTELLIGENT. REFINED, healthy I 72541 terms.

excellent I condition, lot white woman to assist with ONLY LOTS LEFT AT Brokers Invited ..28 450 ft U. S. No 1 In Bell-
Remember pay your Paper Boy, 267.2447. REAL ESTATE
junk $40. care of 92 year old convalescent wood. This six acre parcel is
$3000 Per Lot!
lady 2677191
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only very near the new causewayon
CHAS.JANNARONETitusvUle east side of U.S. No.1.
2 BEDROOM home with den that could make third. 89' x 120' Shopping Center ISo eaea at the Star-Advocw Would make excellent trailer

FOR THE corner lot, within walking distance of new IRC. School. AM 3441 Office. park or industrial site. $125
A Now included front ft. with 29" down.
Open HOUSE HUNTER Rugs ijpd drapery at low price of 11000.

NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath on 1 acre plus. Extra large rooms, 529-907 ft. on corner SR 405

4 bedroom ,3 bath home in double carport, central heat, air conditioned! and many other "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service" and SR of :SO business This frontage attractive at

location. extras. Why bq satisfied with a small home on a small lot piece
good Centrally only $40 front ft.
when you can own this beautiful estate for just $15,900.
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Mobile Home .
Chickasha
heated and air conditioned. 533-850 ft. on U.S. No. 1 by
_. Has many, many extras. 2 BEDROOM frame near I I. R. C. en 50' x 115' lot. $5500. with approx. 500 ft. depth. Located

Deadened street with very terms. OB corner of two county roads

SALES DIVISION AND LOT .. little traffic. Closed garage, LOT 100' x 100' near river in Bellwood. Mcily uaodcd $3,000. $75 ft. with 23% down. I

outside patio, log burning 135' x ISO wooded homesite $1350. Cash. 536-400 ft. U.S. No I by 300 ft.

fireplace wall to wall car- CASH TALKS on this one 100 Ft. U.S. No. 1 with good frame depth. Priced low at $55 ft.

u. S. No. 1 2 miles North o< Mima at Rocket pet in living area Has an commercial building Could be used:! for any small basiness: with terms.

Motel Phone AM T-3097. existing $23,200 mortgage Total price $6,600 "Cash". 54-Over 3 acres with 200)() ft. "
1. II you are considering a home In the North Brevardarea
with of WAREHOUSE; OR Commercial site, located in U.S. No 1. Good high land
monthly 1.5
payments approx. acres
Open 7 days 9 AM. until t P.M.: 14938. Only $2,300 cash heart of Tltusville with railroad frontage Fronts on 3 city call one of our trained experienced sales.staff t Just north of Mims Priced at I
to conduct a tour for your family over the entire $16,500 with) 29wr- down.
'j needed to move \in.. streets Just blocks from Causeway and includes 3 bedroom ;
"A LOT MORE FOR A LOT LESS" I home. Priced for quick sale $17,500. with excellent terms. area. We have new and older homes in nearly '
3 bedroom, 2 bath home excellent every section with price and terms to fit almost RENTALS
VALUABlE
CORNER; River
on Magnolia Ave. near Indian City
location, close to Post Office 2 bedroom house on property could easily be remodeled any budget. Rent with option to purchase.

shopping and schools. Central into office residence combination. $10,500: with New 3 bedroom. 2 bath home
oil\ heat plus central air terms. 2. OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS! Three bedrooms, 2 wit!) teitrtl hut and air

SEE OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE conditioning wa.ll] tq wall baths, built in kitchen appliances. Fenced yard conditioning in nice neighborhood -.
APARTMENT AND Offige site near High School Already toned swimming pool. $12,50000Yea!. Twelve thousand Rental $125.to per
carpet in living area. Uaafamily with City wajer and sewer 100' on Hopkins St., plus frontageon five hundred dollars. Terms can be arranged.,' month with*first and last! t

HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing room and formal / two ether streets makes this a natural. $29,000() with terms. month in advancf. One half of

dining room and formal with 3. Superb location for Properly zoned.; rent to apply to purchase
3H ACRES, (spprox) 100' Rt. No. 50 frontage Many possibilities apartments if Is exercised
: dining room, lots of extras wIth this parcel in fast developing area 2 bedroom All Architectural planning and cost data included.,. price References option required. 'Call ,.-
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and a double carport. Only home Included in low price of $12,600. Terms. 1800000. Danenburg Realty.
6 months old. Priced at
MOTEL, N. of Tltusville Total price 5 uits, plus
only $35,000.
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with 4. UNDER CONSTRUCTION:- ral heW homes '
$19,800
I fliARGE 1 an existing living quarters Plenty of room for additions. 224' U. S. No 1
75' x 110'LOTS LARGE POOL $17,100 mortgage.'\ located on paved streets with sidewalks.!'! 15000.00
and MS depth approx. 3 acres .I
I range. Low down pa>'ment WITH SHtlFFLEBOARDCENTRAL Let us show you these desirable We have 10 Acre Tracts near Mims Available at

WATER UQW3FHQ IW. properties today. $695. per acre. 5 Acre Tracts slightly higher. 5. Four bedrooms and den (or 5 bedrooms) beautiful

I [ :O' ... ...... electric kitchen. Air conditioning and central heat.
.,. 21250.00 with legal low FHA down payment re.

.. I quired. Immediate occupancy to qaulified buyer DANENBURGREALTY 1
.RYAN

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY I .m" I ''C. ; 6. TEN to FORTY ACRES suitable for development.
.t '
I f .- $1650.00:\ per care with developers terms. I

TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Tltiwvttle, got nnrtli opU : (.' \; REALTY .. .:

*>. 1 to Mims. Continue north on V.SL I feu one EMM. ." : ,

mile to our entrance on right. For free information f B..f: .g" ere,4n.cetiway & WtU/laJ, _//ir. 1314 South Washington

call: 2675586. R. G. RYAN Reg. Broker AM 7-3S58
REALTORS INSURORSDial
itt Mate St. Tltus'lW" ri 1.. Where buyer and seller expect
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! I MAGNOLIA PLAZA INDIAN RIVER CITY
and get better and faster service
AM 7. 2011 Day Night or Holidays(
.c AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK Phone 2675000 I PHONE'267-4831. '

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',)TI4 t; I'ON llll).. Tllu., III.. tlreiard County. Florida. 1'1 .'iir= chic! FIT 5 ftl ItT ii5- Tilt
Continued Pram' Proceeding ,... 1 Services gealtil'! blil. will Ix "''.Pi', .-.1 h\ il\.' meeting. .all of the r..qulr<>m.nlapnmnueil M "TH JIIIKftl IKIIir I i's
Want To Trade noarof County ,'reinnilolon. tip bv law for ouch publl- < M> rflK H I.. \ \ Ill< ) 4.ilII ,'T?'' .
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I, to t.U AM. Mixh 111 lot.4. m .la. callon.WITNF.I1.. (111111 %
Real EstateLOTS INCOME TAX return prepared,, ('ourl hou.. In TIIIIO\.. .'Iorhl.to. .- the Otonorabla Curlia III \ "( ran M 0. ,(tWISIITKK ,It
.: It. Stance., Clerk or ISle COllrl. myiicn.t ro lit:" I; MlOHArB
Phone 267-3183. 3.00 and ip. 818 FT. U. S. 19-98 frontage, over .vln.. Alrcrafl runw.y. a ,llo- .IId seciefue. ,Id Court II 'nutvllle l'MIiIfTIIv. : .
FOR SALE 8 acres, trade for north Brevard tann of Ihr,. lb.uoan.5 'sri. asIiii ( Bravarcl County, Florida. l'I.lnilft
PAINTING expert reliable and acreage or lots. Phone 267-2016. ot fifty (v.5. and a 1..1al.lp thla 1'"" day of February. IM4 ..
satisfying work. Estimates ,lad.ly. o. Ih..... IhOUMn.1 fpPI. awIiih ('ot.I\T SEAL 1mr (BMRXTS _... .
AM 7')178.INCOUE) of Ihtrly f..I., "onnl<<'lIn.III Curtle R Barnea, Clerk of the Del''d.,1, ,
Iniervalo wills runway Tblonork Circuit Court of llrevard TO: Ktiy( F. CI.JIMI'fTII: !::' .
BUYERS WAITING Work Wanted ( I. 10 b. ione In .noJn.-. County. Florida You lire hereby"noiifiril, th.l. .
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TAX RETURNS lion .10' ('ouDly loin... .1 lIt.r- By lion. Hall complaint for illv.>rei.> nan ben n..... ,
by telephone or appointment. rill Io"n") Deputy Clerk aa lnM v>u bv the llalnnri, in lie ,
COMMERCIAL listings neededfor : .A1t pei-lfliatlnna for thin work ICoalh Smith above tyleil ourt ..nyou, are ,
( sales and lease-back. We Licensed trained experienced. BABY SITTING by hour or week. \ ioy b. ob..ln..1 "I Ibe IIre,1 Alt orocy. fur Complainant' hereby riqulred, I..5.".. n opy efynur
R. W. Copeland. 2670274. AM 72203.HOTI'. l'ounly 111.,1" I tifflIn M- I'ubllih four time., anmcly anew.i and plpn'lUig upon .
win friends getting results Call ,'111... r-l.irtila. before bill dale fur Keb U IV 2(1( Mar 4 I IWed 1044) ttonert rii.ilbey. P. ,n. Hi.xCocoa iI.; ,
267-7325. .xilanallon|. --- ---- rlorlna. attorney for the .
Payment to be mail,) upon completion I" hilt ('INr'JIT tot In'.. i'f1'lTItu.lnu. plaintiff and file Ihr urmnnl ,pa.5cc -
oornrn of work aol ln. ,eitlnn) aminweptame ) C .Shrt'I, or ..IIRIP\. or plearllng' In the (IffI' :
Campbell AssociatesINC. HARVEYREAL by County Fnglneerlna I' \'liilt Fits "R"tWP (''''- :>IIT''. the, Clerk of :thi- Tin ,ult \l l'dI, 'rt:
(,'ft"... l> HIM tiny: NO. 17(1111 Tltuevllle( 55 rover'I Cnuni>.' FlorlilB
A "ft 4 bid bond will be poeteil, baiivcf.ifnl :Mint K: or HI ir on or hfore ihr jtth( lay I of Manh..
REALTORS bidder IRVING A. HOI.MSR. 1M4 If you full l In ilo a',. i I).'., # .
ESTATELICENSE A performance boo.) ,In an amnunalatert Plaintiff Pre ronfiano will b" taken,, agalnnt,
210 S. Washington Titusvillc by Kr.tlnn.rlna: ; IVpartmen VI- you for the relief ,demnnil, I In t'IRo. ,.
DEALSon la be pneleil by auccnuful,) hl*r. r.lIN A. BTt'DWKLI.. (also complaint
267-7325 Anytime SCHOOL All hlili, to bo raarkail Bid Aircraft known ai KD\MN: N. eTI'DOVEI.L! Tbla notice pihll.hjW, :
; Runwar' to b conout.II. .IPhnnil .ft anil Mary M. rlTUDWKI.U: hi. (tone t weik for aloJ' conn.'uutlnweek '
Start this Tuesday 7 P. 5!. corner of em elope rontaliiln. ,.. wife, et al, In the Tltum'III. Htur A,\.\ftfFlorlila. .
attend first session as our guest. 1,10"Th. flef end ant.. ".,..
Hnaril r..er... she n eht t,, IN TIIR' !NAMR' or THE: STATE: Oon. .n,1 Ordered. II riu.vTlt4'

HOWELL'S FORDDEALER reject any anil' all! bliliJOK OF FUmiUA: this 21th ilax of 'phr"r.t.,, .
I M WKKHAMCHAIKMAV TO:
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DON'T PAY RENT! BUSINESS COLLEGE "a Kilwln,: A. 8ludwell, (latin known P1.14 tfoCHT SEAL: ) -
RllAKD I or COt'NTT .. Kilwln N. Htudwell. sal Mary, ctKTi n nAnvrc --
1528 S. Wash. Ave. (U.S. 1)) I' rnMMISSIOMCKXIIKRVAKI: M. Htudwell, hli wife. If living ant tlrrk tlrcult Cavrt
267-1181 : ) 0)1'NTYFLUHIDA If ileatl, the unknown. .p"".., heir., sin llirtle Millivputy
TRAILER A-I ..1.1..... ir 51lc.O. grotic.. ., cud.1I0ra : 1 Clerk
Frb 41 Mar 4 (Weil i IW4 anil 5 any .n.I.1I iieraonepartlea o. ReSend (Sndb.yI
USED WARDROBE PERK-VPS. A Jaded wUter wardrobe perks up al! -- --.--- ilalmnif, by, through, under: 0. Ilvu 432

OWNERSWe INCOME TAX returns, accounting once when you add Spring touch. Just trv the.. daffy-down.dllllfS: THE STATK MOTH: ur TO VI UKfr.<>KID Kill A. TO: or well asalntt, lalao I the known nail Kilwln'., Kilwln: A. .KIuil-N, Cocoa; FloridaAtiorney for Plaintiff

and system service. C.F Aisoc-I CARS Wear a starchy muffled blouse under a Jark suit. any coloras RONALD J. PLASKON. a liraParian Hluilwell), ash Mary M. Ktudwell Feb. :''6. Mar 4. 11. 14 OVoil I I9f4l .
lates. 2670271. whnee pl.eoofr..hhne hi. wire, Cleorie W Hontley. (aloe
lonf at It's wblt_. If the Jacket buttons let the ruffles ring the ant, poit off lie ..Ilr... I. 149 Ceo known aa (I. W Hrntleyl), ant Mary.. ---._-- -- --- -

have beautiful full acre mo WILL DO typing in own home, call I .-. neckline But. fill in with I cascade of ruffles, If the Jacket swings tral Ayes,,". Turtle Creek) I'ennavlvanla and 5.'cameo..Ilontley bl. wlf. If liiois
; If Icai. the unknown apouie, OtllT.NISTII
home mornings. 267.7186. free. A pl bright suit takes fresh look when teamed with MARY M : helra. ilevUwea. > Tilt: VIRrnT (
bile lots elm!! 100 :x 440. w63 FORD or on a a PLA8KOX a alnglpertim Ingatpre granteea Jl flit l\l. I I lit I IP. IS .\1" tOil
garden print be it In a Bitty blouse scarf gust.S wh.... .plwa .f realilene. rreilllora alsO any ant all prnoneor PINk' \1111 ( Ki i\. Orbit. orHOKUM. .
for $20:! DOWN and $20 MONTH SINGER SEWING Machine Co., or anil, pool affi.. eaItr..oe la hiS partlva olnlnilna hy throuih I' (1I\r..II\.

sales and service. Pinklnf shearsetc. Gax. Radio and Heater To pick up a tired coat carry a big. Important tote This bag llucUr Street, Turtle Creek I'enn' unilKr or aialnul the lalil. (bone :%,. I1IM1FLATIIl'SIT"
Move i la now Trailer Livingat eylvanlai; W llrntley, talus| known ae (I. W. .
tttrpened. Phone AM 7- fashion is staging a comeback by popular request. Pale reptile versions And all unknown perth,.. bavhni Hrntlry and Mary rraniea llentlry, SAVIVO! HANK. a.New ,.
Its best.CHRISTMAS. 2244.FREE. $$1895 and somber coats are made for each other. Lighter coatings er claiming to have any Interei : his wife, C. 11 John. (alun, known York eorpiirnllon Plaintiff i
In any of the properly aerelnaflaile.rrlbeil .. Chllllon S Johnu.), ,tanmillmet .
LP bottled gas Installation. take to the polish of a black patent tot 1'. I known aa Chllllon It Jonn. and JAME Pt"kETT. *l al .,.."
PARK wool You, and each of you lh. .bo". Julia Rurr John" ,. (alun known al
U. Titusville. dress with
200 N. S. No.1. Spark any daytime a necklace of frosty white named and Drfindaal
ct..crlb.d Lslf.nhante Julia U. Johnul) hla wife. It alive ..
Suburban Propane Gas Service. 1963 PONTIAC beads big as marshmaUows are hereby peeulrnd I. alpeor. and a.d It dead the uoknnwnspoae. 1'/flTlt.' or M IT -
fill to the heIrs d."I..... lr THE': rTATK "l IP' FLOII1IIA
your aniwer Complain ..t cranteea,
Freak out a pair of chamois toned gloves storied nylons TO Jiimi-a Puikell anil ..::11.....*
11 Miles West of Indian River In thin cam, aol lo ilellver a ropy creilltora and any inn" all prriona :
City on Rt. 50. Christmas Florida 2676411.PAINTING 4Dr. Air Cond. left my when you wear a dark after.five. nf linn 4n..... la lam. M. Smith.* or pants clalmlnc br. thrnue.lt, T. I'uikett hla wlln, "'two.
fit lOath and Smith, Varo Heacb under or aialnit the salt C. IIJohna. rmlilrnc, ,latrj Lines: t 4itllHtreet. !
Phone Orlaod4 275-1939 S A new chapeau of course, w6uld give any costume any wo Florida, Attorn.,," for Complalnan I (Kino known aa Chllllun II. Kavannali, Oeorfia. ..t* ,

DECORATINGand $$2595 man new riD,. Zingy Is the word for hats, what' with their swooping on or..bJoro; ISlh, day of March' I Johaa), teomi'llme. known .. t hll- William Ann Jamva H tioblnann Itoblnion Pie Jf.anil .
2004. are hereby nullftetth lion II. Jonra) ant Julia llurr John
WATERFRONT PROPERTY brims and hot colors .t, open ,your failure la da eo, (taboo known ai Julia II Johns), bla wife. whom reililenct-. ttn
An investment in of those accessories thi llrfmlloni of UM Camiilala. wife, kmiot: II lihlxnilorf, (also known KI,
PAPERHANGING any till prove of more than "III" b. lak.n II confoohl hI' you known ae t:. II llhlrmlorO, and. Notice la hereby given that ..uft.h. '
150 feet U.S. No. 1 frontage with 1962 FORD momentary value. All are slated for fashion favor throughout the and a 0." .. entered .1I ln.1 yuu' -- --- Uhlendiirf hi. wife. Iwhoie .. Uen fllml .In the .b,..... lmHr
riparian rights. 13900. Call Arrow c. H. Frizzell This suit woe Iniillulml In anil I I. true Chrlailan name li unknown to cated. Court again.! you and ..11'1{
coming ncason It's a case of long onjoyment]
1120! Johnson St. 267-3747 reading la tha CIrcuIt Court, of lira Plaintiff), If alive and If o>ait.. the <>f again.! Albert A. Kenawo
Realty 287-7037, on U.S. 1, Gax., V-8 Overdrive vnr.l County I Florida. I aa ('ann No unknown .Dounr. hulre, ilnvlieea. J"V'i'ln: 1, J. Z.'noe. hi. wife. Thra
Indian River City, Fla. PAINLESS REDUCINGTo tTtiH9 und..r the title. 'First hmlral9avl0n Iff atm, cranleei. creditnra and, any title of which ..,.. .li .It abnv
NIDY CONSTRUCTION CO. Concrete $ aad 5.oas Aa.oeiaiinn. nf and oil leers onoorpor ties cl.lmln. shown .-
Sale Trades work, masonry, roofing $1295 lose up to ten pounds without a struggle send for my leaflet, Indian River Co""t,. a (Salted by throuih ,tndcr ..r aiainat Ih. You are hereby required to file
or carpentry, and remodeling. "PAINLESS REDUCING." No Bute. torpor.lion. Complainant I .aid Erni-.t II. Ohlenilorf (aleo your .".w.r or written d.Croe.h'C
rigid; dieting, no heavy exercising no Konahl>, J. Fla.kon el al. Defend known. .. .. K II. inirmlorf. and aay. In the above proceeding' with
BEDROOM. 2 bath central heat Phone All 72336.Situations discomfort! All advice Is sane safe easy.to-take and effective. Address anie'. and the purpoea of tbli cult -- Ohlcnilnrf his wife, T N. the Clrrk of thIs Court and to aprv...
1961CH VROlEf
r li to procure the entry of a De<.rifDreoliiaing Lorkant. ami Hueanna Lockard a copy thereof upon the plaintiffallurntve -,*
and airconditioning dishwasher, Wanted your request to Mary Sue Miller in car of this newspaper, enclosing a certain. morlgaa (alao known .. ttiMeanah. I H.k- whoea name nntl" nililneiaapneara

disposal, built.in range and oven a LARGE SELf-ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE andli.e from Konald I. riankon and Mary aril), his wife, If IIvh,.. and If hireon, on nr before the
well furnished Bel Air. Loaded Fac. Air M. Pla.kon. to riril federal HIV dead the unknown apoune' hrlr., Irish :day of Marth, 59114' the nature
for lawn or Unfurnished 17 YEAR OLD white girl wants cents in coin! lna and Lean Aaeoolatlnn of India d." ...... hr.Label, franteea. oreil.Itnra ..f tbli proiieiillng being a ."(11....f9
for 10' wide trailer, babysitting and light house work. Slyer Ceuaty, dated April S .IMS: aol any ami all prnona or foreclose the lien. of a mortgage on
lots or acreage. Phone 267-2016. $$1595 recorded In Official Record Hook partlna clalmlnf by, through, under the following, ilenrlheil' property errvuete
Available after 4 p.m. weekdays 677 paae 44 publlo raeorda nf lire ar aialnat the aal plus Saturdays and Sundays. Jill, -- -- WE HAVE yard. County, Florida, upon the 'following and 5ioansa I."ek.rd. 1.1. known te wit: ,
267.2004. deaorlbeil landi, located In ai Bu.annah. Loikanl, ). hi. wife: I hot S. Block N:. AI.HAR: fll'Il-
ServicesLAWN 1962 STUDEBAKER' llrevaril County Florida, described Rolanit C. Mnelli and Maude II DIVISION! BKCTION: : A, a.....reiI. ".
CASH BUYERS WAITINGFOR a. follow Mo.II... his wife If alive, and If lag lo map or pint Ihereof re-
Used Cars & Trucks Let I, Section It, ladlin Her- dead, the unknown .uauae: hrlr.devlMiM. ., rnrnVil In I'lat Monk II. Page
and hour, Reich, to I'lat : li-intrre, iraniiwe. ireilllonami St. Public Iteiorda of Hravard>
MOWERS
sharpened Air Conditioned REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS. thereof .' r.r.d.orln.tI.; : nook any .,n,1 all per.Oneorpartlre ounty, Florida ......
repaired. 24 hour answering 1955 CADILLAC, original black CONTACT: It, pace 94. publlo records of claiming by. through tinier or 1HJMK AND OIIDKRF.D at Tltua-
service. 267 5530. finish all power and aircon- $$1295 Krivaril County Florida agwlnit the aalil. Hulaml C: Mnnlleranil Yule. Hrev.nl County'. Kt.te of Flor.',,,
ditionmg Good condition for asi' the entry of a Decree that alright M.u.l" It. Mueltor, hi. wire; Ida Ihla linn' ilay of February, ISiU.
ROOFING PAINTING additions, I I title, Intireit. estale. claim I I Barney tic ov..an d Jc:1.1.: lit. Or.n. COURT "KA1)ClRTIi: -
$390 cash. 267.3076.CMC I HARRIS REALTY INC. demand. equity and redemption.' c,' his wife It allvi, and If deal, the < II nARVBX ..H..
and general repairs. All work 0. shove d.rlb..1 Islfonriante be unknown .you... h.tra devlMiia. Cl.rk of the t'lroult Courtt
guaranteed free estimates, licensed ,.2 ton heavy duty van type 1961 FORD barred anil foreoloMd.: that the 1..1_. .nn.... reshit ocean ct any By B rtle Hall n.\'.
and bonded. 267-3411. body good tires, good furniturevan. 930 N. DIXIE HWY TITUSVILLEPhone above diarrlbed, property b* mid and all poc500nnr p&rtt>. elatmln Roves' vrmiiT fc Hijaronnft
under, the direction ei tbl Co rt.It by, thraugh, undnr er agalnal thaid. .lc.a NI1oII'' ".l 0543i.i4.SI. ; : '
Drivc.it yourself and save One.Half Ton .Clean AM. 7-0413 -' .. la further ordered' that tlrl. Barney Uravel and Stole I UWravee P. fl. Bo. lWlS
INCOME TAX and bookkeeping 75% on your next move. ,Price ., Notice lo Defend be published one bit wife: the uakaow PMenburgr\ 1.1, FlirlriaAltornryr .
i L.: Harris
service, Resident 287-3516 SMS. 2675843. Reg. Broker Sine 1937 urla* each week. for four cenucullft nelre, lefaleea. ilevHeeee, .rant.e.. for PlalntirfFeb. \
Office 287-3731. H. Burgess & $$1195 week In the Tlluevllle glarArtverale oredllnra anil any anil all person, U.: 10 m. Mar. 4 (Well I IMCMirir << I
., a Biwepaper publlihul' or Dartlna ilalinlnahv., I thruuih .
Associates. 1958 PANHARD, economy car, 35 under or egalnei J. W; -'h.' il*. -- "" "
mpg 1st $200. 267-7808. -- --- ceased, Augu.ta, !>avla l.eei. If llv ?: f '
log, and If ilil, the unknown You ainil eto : ara Kh"'r.b'ylJ"ollfle,1
I 1963 DODGE station wagon 440 1959 FORD .pllU. b.I.. dovl..... icgIecs. ( sod rwa.ulrad to prpa..nt alfc. ,.."
granleee, nretit ocean 5 any and all chain anil, "iemaie l whirl you or-
PRIME HIGHWAY series, 23,000 miles. Assume pay. Stop and See the Advantages of per.nne' or partlea claiming by either of ynu. may hnv a,,lnat flVestate ..
ments with small equity. Can be Gax. Extra Nice through, unilnr' nr agalnal Iii: lalilAugu.ta ..f Of'JAH KMITH Jc<.i>aMi|,
FRONTAGE seen after S p.m., 118 Aihambra. Davla l.n-ch. ; anil: per. 1.1. of Urevanl 1 Comity. riofHu.,'
I $$795 inn. or partlra bavlag. or ilmlmiaalo : wllhh sb!> calendar month from tha
have any right title or Interenl dale, of firm publl"otll.n of iMet'."
285' U.S. No. 1 frontage 57 MERCURY, 4 door station In and, tu the property Involved In I IIhl. notice, *lae the earn wIlt' nil barrwhirma )
wagon, power steering and Lakefront EstatesTITUSVILLE'S ault or any portion thereof. a.beiro I'auh; tlalmman or ,1" ml mum Iw tv *
with an average depth of brakes. 50 and Hwy. I, day" 267 T958 devl.ee., 1..1.... ......., .n,1, form a, required by
PONTIAC" granlMi., aucte.aora, aulgna, bi-ne- law.
495', suitable to many uses. 3577. nite 2676608. fli-larlee, unknown. .1''........ or other WIllIE: K HMITII
At present has 2 buildings panics claiming, by through undrr EXECt'TitlxCROFTON.;
1954 CHEVROLET, 4 door. Belair 4-Dr. St. Drive, R & II o. againet such dec.1 lI.r.on or IIKKWCn: : *.
plus good deep well and new transmission starter generator NEWEST COMMUNITYOF p.n""., natural I or corporate, llvlni HOI,I.AMPI
and water storage battery, tires, tune.up. or dead a.l.tln. or tlio.tv.i cl.lm.In P (II. I IHI" dUM. //1118 Palm Avenue. -
pump $$195
under the .bov..nam"' pull.. TltiiKvlll Florida.
tank. Many mature orange $350. 267-5924.: EASY-LIVING HOMES ...Iul sue truotent' or otherwi.. .. oia. t'.b. 211. Mar 4. U, IS (Wed. >)> IJIM.IIMI .
1I..on. rr.dltors. iru.tnes. or any
trees. Very realistically 1956 BLACK Ford 2 door hardtop, --- of the aho vs-na toed. dnI.ntaois who

priced at $90,000 with 29% speed floor shift. $175, 267-6240. Partial List Of Cars claim any lnter...t In any nf the I
------- -- real. properly Involved In thla suit. >:. < iKriir ( ill Hr <>.' tits
down and balance over 6 or any part thereof being deai""rlb
Wanted To Buy 3 BEDROOMS Hi 1 BATHS follow. lo-wlt. .t'srn rout IIHr.ViHI; ItillTV,
years. Property located at N''.,, of MRW: of NW14; $K'', ofSr. HIIKIII tM .
tel \>t t:Kt "". niii..
Sharpes midway between McCotterFord of NW'iJ; KSi of IIW" ._
USED AUTOMOBILES. Qty Auto wit< of MR'all' ) In Section IK :MUM I n> 11&1.11
Titusville and Cocoa. Investigate Parts. AM 73683.Wanted Tnwn.hlp 21 South, Hanga 116Eul. THIS: NluW OKK$ II"-.K: ron-
Pr Month IIrnud County, lliirlda) WAVINOH. formerly THU NEW .
today. To Rent : soo $79.38 ; aV I. NW'. .f NIca:. Nil:" of NW"I YORK SAVINGS' BANK, a NUtf'
12,600 Including P. all la H-itlon II), Town.hlp 21 York Corporal, -
300' plus U.S. No, 1 front- DOWN 24 Year Mortgage Mouth, Range 38 Kaat. IIr..rdI'ouotr Plaintiff.tAKL I
Suitable for'in.. Florida "..
SMALL OFFICE
age north of Mims, pricedat YOII, .... .cb of yoU are b.ra" DEE I!: TATFfl. alma known a< I
I surance office. Write P. 0. Box notlflml lhat the above named t'AUI. l>. YATE.it. and HKT8YKATHALKE.N I
only $75.00 per front foot 847, Indian River City, Trade In Division PI.lnllrr baa brought gull I. quiet KATIIALI'E' 'A'rEIl ale.. kna I
with 29% down and bal title Martinet you In, He above. ..irJedinvaivlng Se VATIC Die w** I
730 South Washington Avenue Check These kCourt) the' a love oewritoed i/i r .'. ** :
ance to be arranged. Can LEGAL PADS Big Supply, SIc: AM 72657 L34fldbai.14n.Uoe trg| In ltd naCUre NOTICE: I IS IIEItEBY: : UIVk,>*'
.f a suit to remove cloud and purauant la a Final Um.n .,f fare' I
also be leased. each at Star-Advocate Office.g I aulet the the above nsmedPlaintiff closure. doted February 2th 1W4.
"Central Florida's QualityFeatures In I :-nlif to the above :del end entrrad In ('hacpn, Cues Niv i
100' U.S. No. 1 frontage In Tradingest Dealer"IN 7 crlbeil l land by declaring I all I Inter 27415,oJ"rc: .ftflI nit Court 'of U>eNinth
tele of the Uefundanta named here iruill. In anil, f rPifvvarfl I
city limits of Titusville in In and lo said l>l laida to be null EfunrjRlo' .. wherein
total price only $30,000. : ant void and of no effect and to TUB ; BJlf K FlJMMAVINUM .
enjoin said Defendanla from Interfering la the Plaintiff andCAKL.
ISO' on River and In any way with title aol IiiK YA1K4: 'il loft kniwn,, aCAIIU
10 acres on Route 46 west hwy. ISO 923 from Built-in Range and Oven p oases.ion of the 1'lalntlff In an.*. I* D YATH: and HKTUVKATIIALCF f
x TIlE' ( \Rr, IT rofHT 0.' THE uaii. I.nd.. !'* YA'ir.aUo" > known
of Mims, only $950 per U.S. 1 west. A Good NINTH' JlUKItl. ('jK( I. IT. *..', in Colors : You and each of you sew. hereby as KATHALEBN: tATKb.: : hie wife, I
acre. BUY at $24,000. AMI SON "IU.\IID'. ( "" 1'IT"' ; ordered and q..lr..1 10 rl''. your are the l>rfi>nilunla., I will coil 505550hi.heat I
>"I.O RIII tCHaNCERY Mica Covered Cabinets Answer to the Complaint filed here- and :b;.it blidlvr for, caah al
: MX HIM* I" ...In.t you In the above styled' the front door of the llrovaM. l
20 acres prime develop. 118' .n U.S. 1 across Mtrirr OK sliT WhIteTeUzzoFs e...... In the office of the CI.rk of ouoly Courthouse. Tlluavllli, rinf-
Hwy frolll'DeW apartments HARRY LEE STRAIN, the Circuit Court la and for Hr.- Ma, at 11:in e elouk P.M.. on lie .
ment property $1750.00 per Plaintiff ;. yard County. Florida. at hi. office lutk day of March ltM4. the folio.
acre with terms. 't9.MO.OO. -... Ducted Central Heat .- f 1 at tha CourthnuM In Tltuivllle. In* described real .late, locatril, I
Terns 1* years. RARAH SJTRAIV. 11a .. i N rlorida' oa tJI' bePnre the 12b lay Ituala and being In BrevaWCounty .
rer4ndanl Full Tile Baths Choice of Colors ,. w,; of March. A. D.. said" ash I" see.v. ilnrl'la. t* wit: _,
Call for appointment to see TO: SARAH TRAIN' a tcu. and oompt.ie ef mudSanewer lt S. FORREST I
of these choice properties. Lot 68 x 100 zoned for trailer, 71 Huerta Paved Drive Sodded Lawn Land gj upon : C'to'l: DAvsi. h1'a:4) : '' 1I. according 10
any El Pa>o, TrxaeTon Attorney for Plalnllfr. whole ..d.dr. the Plat thoreof .. roonertod. ,In
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2 bedroom 40'/) trailer 2" deep are hrreby notlflnd that a scaped I ... I. 823 !Worth Hallfai. UaytoraHeach .. Flat Book II. Page 'U Pvbllo
weir in $4500. Complaint for Divorce ha 'been Florida, .. or before saId Hecorila of Brevard County, .-
city, filed agalnat I you In tbiiCour* ll,(ed Plastered Walls and Ceilings IDEAL LOCATION date Florlila. '
above and the abbreviated\ title of IT II l HERCnr ORDERED thai together with the following Itema al 1
the cue I. aa art fort. herelnabove, Water .Drlv"e<* Wbap.tq'96Moee4 l8 Ibla notice and order shell bo pub. property which are 1..1. I. armaeentiv d I
80 Acres just outside city limits. and you are heteby required k City 0 -WSJ Seseb .4 a's'C.rnfye G5"4 llabed one a week. for lout .H> tonlecutlve In.I.II..1 ae paFI tit I"....".
Good high land perfect for de aerva a copy of your Anawer otr weeke prior lo the Ifo... in prove nla on eatS toed,
Pleadlnc: to the Cemplalnt on lb.PlaIntIffu Located Between 2 Golf Courses alil date of 12th day of March Kan in, Heater; permanently .In-
velopment. Terms w/rekas attorney, CVaiute- Prpper, 1IW4." In the Tltuaeflle" lit.' Jdvotte lalleil. 5
Walker Praraon, 1119 Byrd Plata a newepapev Having a mneral circulation Sold property titling she cease t.
at $2250.W. Cocoa.. Florida' and file the. onE-: In rlravnrd County, Florida fnrth, In the Final Decree of FofC
Inal Answer or Fleadlnir In the office IIICREIN! WAll, NOT OR A DK- w a
of lb. Clerk of Circuit Court CRESS PRO CONFKKKO: WILL HRHNTr.itni InATKO thla ffitn day of February', a
not later than tha 12th day of : > AAAIIDT: YOU FOR IM4COfRi1' 5
March, 1M4 Geo.M. Jr. Inc. irCH FAILURS) ( REAL)
REAL J. Smith Realtor If you fall to do ao a Decree fro Barley WITNESS' my hand and seal al Cttrtla K. larval I
Ceafueo will be take ...1..1 you Tlluevllle. Hrevard<< Couaty. Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court. S
for tbe relief demasded In the Com e. lhl loth day at February. AU., By: v. f 0. epanfl.r t SL (
Titusville Fla. 2001 S. Washington Ph. 267-0153) plaint. 1M.. eear.5 IT. Wood .
412 Main St.
ctrima R BARWES! (aNAL: Of WHITTAKKK *. PYLE. s
Clerk of Circuit Court EXCLUSIVE AGENTS 342 S. WASHINGTON CURTIS R. BARNES Allora.va for Plaintiff a
Titusville Fli. By V. 9 Kpanflor Clerk of the Circuit Court I Suite a>4 loll Neil Calonlat Drlre, I
foal 267-3000 Deputy Clerk TITUSVILLE FLA. PHONE AM 7-2711 AM 7-321 Hr."ardl. County Florida (tR.ASfDO. VL.OKIDA
COURT: BEAU) ; epaogter, D.C.PInbn Feb. 26 t W.d.. 19t14. ,
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DOWN VISIT GARDENDALE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY :


V 1A1NO ? ) t $15,000 TO $19,000, :

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v Several Large LOTS FOR SALE In FAIR GLEN :

Community Of Rne Homes In Titusville $4730 to $6850 Homes restrict t' 1S09( sq. ft. minimum. ;. :



F HA LOW DOWN Only 2 Miles West of U.S. 1 On Garden St. COWART &. CARTER, INC. ... t!


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RED RIPE FLA. INSTANT Decaf .. S-Oz. Jar $1.03

$ 00 MARGARINE Fl.ischman'a .COFFEE.. 1.. 1-Lb. Can 39c
STRAWBERRIES 1
3 pfs. Chicken of the Sea
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SYRUP Happy Kids. 16-o:. Bottle 23c
GOLDEN RIPE Cane Patch
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: 20.0z Can Dole Crushed Lambrecht Frozen Cream Green Giant Kitchen Sliced -. 7 J> .; : tliement are good
Strained Puce 'N Boots liver Kidney 4 !\ Get Fine Gilts I Faster. through Saturday,
cr Honemeat and Gravy February.
t I cater A4ANra/AfrK TU 1:9\uANY: +C
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Jaycees Enter Star Advocate BJC f Folklore Committee Seeks


Information About Brevard

The Vole of 25.000 North Brerard County Resld.nts
Softball D you know my win.: mKtidditionul e. p'", hoer) Profcs?"m il ot
Loop Section C __ TITUSVilLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBR-UA.RV 24, 1944 Page 1-C Iih"nfK, :siyin :i, uis u'II\l'r.ty. I lecturer: will:I .ilio b::
- T tarns, beliefs, etc, about Die pi('vnt to void their knowledge:

!In a report of Ihursday'i Jaycee will Initiate a project to pay for vard County? to the sessionsFi

meeting, secretary Steve them, final plans to be (in. J"Fulklnl'l! Committee lit r example, have. you heard
Pantano announces the Jaycees nouneed later The club house is Johnson To Launch ConstructionOf Drevard Junior Collide! ;: l I.< inteit.sl '- Ih" one1"

will enter a Softball: team In the located on Singleton Ave off It'l.i| In hearing from people> Two score years ago <>n ort
litutville SoftbaU City League Garden Street behind the city who know local color stories and :II..mee wn. passed to present
Pantano will manage the team well fields. who will share' then talt'i at a the s hunt of fish In the Indian

and asks any persons between the tWCI'l13)folklore simmer to bo lJvl'r i: Th's hit the boA
ages!; of 21 end 32 who wish to At Thursday's meeting, Dr offrrod! In the latter pint of woe latihm; mullet foi n mina

join the team contact Pantano at Sam the Barr results gave a of detailed the diabetic reporton Barge Canal On Thursday March like nn overweight wl ilc It

267-4216. educational program sponsoredby The college hopes to provido was f'uand, however, thin (hahw
interesting as well as cnertain': cuiild
.. be circumvented b
Also the said the Jaycees late last -
Jaycee secretary year and
In, infm'million iiboiit
plans are under way to sponsora cat ly this year A centry.old dream of a water- feet away.. will mark the l bl'l> tinning : Florida, necessitating the excavation 1II'II1'11On of a bridgebath : Miurccs? of folklore and various invite iuv the I tern 'fish' did not ip

little I league game later this In this program, Jaycees distributed way across the upper neck of of a $158 million, eight: to to of 88 million cubic yards of : of the locks will be 81& the to In this Ily in every case It seem thai
year: bet*en a local LL team a number of diabetic Florida will begin! to materialize year project aimed at cutting; the earth for the 12.foot deep, 120.foot feet wide mid\I coo) feet long The iiiMu' participate' I the mullet! has n el/iairi' T"
and the Florida Sheriff Boys test kits Those using tha; kits Thursday when President LyndonB. barge travel distance between wide canal. Where possible the ethic four !locks will be east of, curl rule I, therefore that it -<'

ranch, were to. return them. Johnson sets off a dynamite Gulf Coast points and those on canal will use existing rivers t'OI'tlcCoy: ; umitluastof Silver was started, as a wor relief uiHdtain whether the mullet
charge launching construction ofa the Seaboard won a fi)h, Since that time the
Atlantic
siuh Oklawaha
the and Withlacoocluc
as Springs' cast of )Dunntllon, and I
Jaycee Wives Club have announced Ur Bart stated that of these ; ni\'asurc but wa' cliseontlmu asa
it will cooperate with kits distributed, 46 were returned lOT mile long! barge canal This saving will amount to bio east of U it. Highway 19 near result III( great concern over the mullet h\s been known.' M (Indian

the club in furnishing the new and of these, four showed President the Johnson's attendanceat miles and five days of travel rive locks will be built alone!: Innlis In addition, claim will ho effect nf the sea.level canal on hirer Vlilikin,
public ceremony has been time compared with the loath' near Orange Springs in Put The folklore committee at Ore
Jaycee Club house now under definite diabetic cases, and open the route so that ground water the state underground water nip-
construction The wives have two were borderline cdses conformed Farris by Florida, Governor water route around Key West level ii not affected. dills; County and near rort McCoy ply Regardless of the khati, the \'III'i! Junior College: consist, of.
agreed to furnish the house with Bryant. When completed the canal will The most easterly of these to provide! water supplies fur now authoil/i' l fresh water b-uj.1: Dr Hubert II Ilurnphre\ !Merlin
Dr. Bur The
pointed out that groundbreaking will be
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of the locks. Mitchell Mrs Dolores TolanvJiwph
provide a 185 mile long link toe' OI'l'l'lllIon| canal would assure (hat I there!
kitchenware lock, the Johns will bo
and draperies TheyKarl's many people walking the streets held at the Rodeheaver Boys St Lock,
tween the Intracoastal Waterway, in Putnam the Historically, a Cross Horidj would lie no adurse effect on the Ilcitzman, I'enry! Hale
of Titusville today diabetics Ranch 10 miles south-west of County very near
were John Lane
and
or borderline cases and do Palatka where the Cross Florida east of Jacksonville, and the Gulf dedication site The construction waterway has been cvlsioncd for nutuiul water. lexels!!

Manager net know it. Barge Canal will leave the St of Mexico beginning Thursday will be taking nearly .4iK) )jears The first engm Most ul( tins previous excavation Persons knowing more about
Johns River and head westward The new barge route will use the canal from the vicinity of erring studies were made In 1SJJ:! will b used In the ci:ricnt lid sayings( legends, customs. ir
In other programs Initiated across the state to Yankeetown existing deep water in the St, the' lock site westward across In a report presented to Congressby : work, resulting: In a savings of $I htlids f of Drcvurd County should(I
Here IssuesChallenge during the meeting Don Mattison on the Gulf of Mexico Johns River from the IntrarosUI State Road 19 to a point 214 miles the Army frngimen: / Subset million to $-1 million( Tlio.! present lontjit Meilm\ Mitchell at Ore

3rd vice.pres", has been !More than IS.000 persons are Waterway, through Jacksonville, southwest of Rodman A plug of qenlly tlio matter tame before project war authorised by ('nn. vunl Junior College by phoning
named district chairman and expected, including U. S. Senators to Palatka. distance of 80 mile earth will be left in (tie excavation Congress' !: eight/ additional.! times gross In Ifll. and received ties blfl.7:22
judge for the R&R forms duringthe Spessard L Holland and From Palatka, the canal work route across Highway: 111!) In the l'J30s! a .eaJewl ship| impetus (frosts haul\ i ility studies The> committee expects an en
Cocoa Beach Convention to George A, Smathers, Gov, Bryant will head 'southwest ward across for a future contract for con canal was planned Excavation completed in nail! : Set FOLKLORE On Page 3-Caw
be held in the near future Florida member (Houseof -- -
Dave Boyett, Titusville camp
Bud Powell has been named Representatives delegation,
aign manager for Fred Karl, district chairman for Meut members of the State Cabinet,
democratic candidate for Governor Scholarship for teaching and LI, Gen. W K Wilson Jr,
has challenged local supporters Chief of Army Engineers
Charlie Sieeler: and Don Jonesare !
of four other gubernatorial chairman of the Teen Thursday's groundbreaking will / ES
-Age
candidates to appear jointly with begin the excavation of the first tesV1+
Road WO@Q
e o, a program of safe @ITl lilll1 [ W [
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Karl before a public audience to driving for the Jaycee safety six mile- long section of the canal .
discuss the various:! campaign Tidewater Dredging Corp, of

issues The challenges were issued to program $796576 Metaine.contract La, has from received the U. S a, 1'r D ) [P[] O [l rj;

Rdy WInS lead for Fred Dickinson Three NamedTo Army Engineers to excavate 4,4 :
million( cubic yards of dirt.
Jack Freed fur( Senator Plans call for the groundbrcak : .. t ,.' c ; :
Scott Kelly, Carl I Pearson, for
ing ceremony ta start at 11 a,mat .
Major Hayden Burns and Gil New PostsThree the Ranch
Boys followed by a
Ccshorn for Senator Jack Matthews free barbecue for the public. The HEARTS YOUR CHOICE OF ONE OF THESE
to appear with Karl, members of the Bio- program Is being handled by the CLJn
March 9 at Bayview auditorium. vard County Sheriffs Department Canal Authority of the State of ) ifi BRADFORD HOUSEHOLD HELPERS
".'Ml of the challenged com- have been designated to Florida In cooperation with of rl c: o.. :

paign managers are now relay act as liaison officers between flclals of Chambers of Commerce, > DESIRE WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF ANY
ing messages to their respective Sheriff Leigh Wilson's department waterway groups, counties traversed tWIIPER
candidates before the debate the juvenile court and by the waterway, and the VACUUM'
ONE OF THE 4 BRADFORD SPECIALS
is accepted," Boyett said. juvenile counselors, Corps of Engineers, .- .
"Truthfully, I don't believethe These three, representing the Congressman D, R. (Billy) ---. --::-
challenge will be accepted," north, central and south Brevard Matthews, in whose district the j jI CLIANEI .

Do/ett; said, "But it is worth commands, will assist in every first work will take place will be
a try" the official host. Master of ceremonies -
possible to
way bring Juvenile
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Karl, whoopened hiscam- .probleMs'10-a wfafaaisuccessful will be Congressman Rob'
ert L. F. v r r e e t ,
Silica a long-time canal r ; is
paign in Daytona Beach last conclusion( aCGMPItTECf
supporter, Governor Bryant will
week, said, "I will discuss the The men, Deputy Tommy A '" r
introduce President Johnson. I IraOST
Issues freely and openly with an'yond Itudge: of Titusville command, To touch off the dynamite g J"w .s + ,
all candidates and continuethis Deputy Rollin Zimmerman of fatt I. 'cis ft (1
charge, President Johnson will ? '
challenge:: throughout the Cocoa and Sgt, George Jacksonof r e 4 ;
pull a switch located on in
a post
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Campaign" Melbourne, will take their asngnmcnts front of the speakers' platform. s,f 4 0 Jl. st: J 1 Y 51 DIIUPOUIXINR MACNINI![WINO al .h'' i

effective: March 1st The resulting explosion, 1,300 i
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Leonard John Folsom Griffis I

Mrs, Guy Boyd 1 .. '1t brand

James Thomas Barnes F. Morgan V ,. BRADFORD CUSTOM' 2-DOOR REFRIGERATOR" .

Janice BarnesP. 'Charge-It' 'Wlf..Sav.r' $269 and you p.ty ," ..
J, Arnold SWISS Only t
Sp.clal #I a 'r.. Gift
Judy Ruffin 3.25 weekly -
Friday, 28 I a Freezer and refrigerator section! never needs defrosting a 120
]Howard Chaudoin February STEAK I T :- .' ', '" +,'% Ib. 'Zero-Zone' freezer a Sure-Meal magnetic doors

William Wintcrhagtr ; a. Granlg-ounbrand
Eric Anderson N l #
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W H. Burrow With Mashed Potatoes, I BRADFORD 15 CU. FT. CHEST FREEZER

Clyde Oliver Bates Proctor Buttered Roll Lettuce 'WIfe-Saver' 0 nly $199 I and you yet
lie E. Buckley Special #2 a 'r.. Gift
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Sharyn Keller 941 Temperature control provides 0 to 20 below zero temperature ..,
D 0, Kieffer range Sliding storage basket! a Has automatic Interior light

Vivian Thomas Grants-own brand

TidesHigh SSe BRADFORD AUTOMATIC WASHER


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Thursday, Fib. 27 2.50 weekly LjS.O! t Special #3 Y atree Gift

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Page J-C Tltuivlll (Florid) Star Advocttt Wednesday, February 26, 1964 c'
I AnvFRTlgrMrYT: 1 FIR nt1.R. the preeenre ot the \lV\ officials over rtehrh In trenches fomp ,
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Sealed bid will b* received by b. studied. and pr..l"nl..d. to the 6. Ornea entire ar.a with com- Smokey Says:
fi'rAR. ADVOCAiE'S MISTER BREGER the City of Tltuivllla, Florida fur City Council for award of bid it mon bermuda or equal
the sale of th. lowing' deacrlbel a later council meeting All bid will If It la dealred to dlapoa of some ,
"fv See t__ Ar'e.uN. '_. .vac. a-N stns "rove1tt property containing 9724 acre. more b. automated Ina sealed envelop. of the debrla by horning prior t<&
or lea*. Irtremed. to the city Manager, City complying with, above requirementfor tpaDTCT1PRi t
...... Start at a concrete monument at Hall Tltuivllle, Florida, and I plainly Improving said land .pe.rmcloeahall
Crossword Puzzle the quarter notion corner on marked "SEALED BIOS KR be oh ulnert from the City
v 2'U the Wilt boundary of Section 14. SALt: OF CITY.OWNFD: PROP tire. Chief All work aball b* 1..nt I
\ Township :22 South. Hang 35 k.KTlr TO Bt: OPENED WEDNESDAY under the aupervlilon of the City
East, which II the point of beginning I MARCH 4, l\tdl\ at 11:uu amE.HT .. Manager: or hla aulburlaed afent
ACROSS DOW 11. Lu. of the land herein deicrlhed. ." In Idltlon thereto each bid moat 1 I
1. Frolic 4.4children 1. To like ?A thence run north 1' 40' The property. In question la ritrkttd *- b* accompanied by a cerllded. cbe":k.
veiling a n + r east 1I0 feet to a atak' them aialnat lh* construction of caabler check or bid bond ,In an I I II
better Brent < run eut'at right angei to the aldenBa, and such restriction amount not lea than flue percentS
8. String 2, Settle: U. Squeeze' l aforaaald line 8dO feet to a shall b* art out In the deal to b* ,) of the baa bid a* guaranteethat rt I
0 sake thence south 1' 4o conveyed the the the bidder If awarded the bid
colloq, 19. Ha L ; run by City to luo .
10:Awn: 3, Onthl I q5X"Has q5X\\- Wont 42356' to a ,tale on the e..hl pureb..r will within ten (110) conaecutlv: ralndar
ems i quarter section line dividing the Rah: bid must be accompanied .. day enter Into a contract
from l left (or 22. A aforesaid credos 14; thenc run by a certified check euhl.r'. with the City of Tltuavllle, Florida, .\
storm pore> aide chiM v \ south 44* to 22' went, along the check, or performance. bond of not In accordance with laid apeclfl
11- lUll, 4. Atflrma- A M quarter aactloa use of Section 19 lea. than Sixteen Thousand: Dollars catlont: a* prescribed by the City. 0 v
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orig-tnu tlve Greek 461.01 feet to the point of beginning itU,00000) for th. Immediate. Improvement The successful purchaser shall
23. containing 1724: acre of the property The commence: the work to b* performed
12.AgraSHead man or lei*. method of Improving laid land shall a* outlined\ yI1n' date to lIb":1: ecified I
24.0erQ0 as Sam property a* recorded InDeed b. ai follow: by the a and
menu covering Book 80S, Fag 47, of the 1. Pile surface debris la windrow shall complete all work hereunder
14 At adistance title Aswan official record of Brevard form within con.eoutlve calendar .1
e. Palm 23. Dletrict 29. Sesame County, 2. Excavate bp driglln. tr"cbtoOIt from said I data
leaf 20. Card game 32. Righteous adequate width and depth to The City reserves. the right' to ao. Our foreela give, as ao ..aek-
15 Lamprey 7 Go back :27 High aearobber 36 Greek letter nib will be received la tile office accommodate, ,debris and allow opt or reject any and all bids, and all of forest recreation" !
11. Trifling of the City Manager,t1ltrt Hall, Tltunvlll minimum of three (3)) feet' of ale reaervea the right to readver type
18. Five A ReitraliM 37 Specie *., Ftartil, :00 a.m. earth cover, flee for new bids.Clevrland .
oftnimpi 11 Father 28. Confederate 38. Pewter EST, Welneaday, March 4. 1:164.: J Punh. by doer. debris Into B Talmailjie
: 13 Vent coin Bill will then be publicly opened trenches and compact City Stafi,*crPeb
auction and read In the Council Room In 4. Push, by dozer, fill material II. 21 it (.'rU Wed,) 1864f .

pitch I Z. I J 4 s' 7 a -- -- -- _._- _"'-_ 11
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.to 1 be"' 9 10 t/h WNY ARE WE tl I 1t

Zealous ..e _ Vh GOINp SOSLOW 1
SMiEN
23: Wovan II 0- 12 I Ij ? = l; j
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trips ofcotton
14 I 1'5 e _3 { ARE GOIN3
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24 Lubricates DON'r 00 so FAST!

2T.Carei4: Ma IkI 17 I 16 19 ha complained BEFORE of a feeling of :- = UNDERSAhD / 0 vr
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pet heaviness on his stomach?"' I
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31.Grimace 1S :; / "/ / f// young children could have been 1)Ii Tin: ('IHrl IT "H RT or Tit Ii:
// / / '/ 'F, :\1"TtI .11Difrtl1 fIRCtIT. IN1vli
of pleasure written by me.I t'n H aRETtRD t'otNYS. .
33. Moslem 4 1s- 1u 21 I 3 19 sf.olnlIV I

title I was in worse shape than she ,." ,,,rr.RY 17701WINIFHED 2O
;J 51 $1. : W. IJAYLIFJr
34. Voided t:'
was. I lived with a haunting Plaintiff ...

S3. Discharged escutcheon 3 j r'// fear that I might go completely JERRY L. BAVLIFF.'. O II I I.tits"ccoK as r t
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33 Follow, M off my rocker and do something Defendant a tub l .
S1v NOTICE': or stir
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deer track drastic A friend suggested a Toi Jerry L. Hoyllff .}

30 Boy nam. I believe It saved I f WMOEVEi WAS INTO THE
!; 4Q solution my
: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
40 Price sanity and maybe it will save that a null for divorce has been isi Ili1111 I IArTN16 PEANUT BUTTER COME INTO :

41 Tidy 41 I 14.1 flied atalnat you In the Circuit : : THE KITCHEN!
42: Malt' hers, too Court of the Nlnlh Judicial Circuit I
In and for Hrevnrd County. Florida, 3
beverages 2-2& One Sunday I announced to entitled WINIFRED!: W HATLIFF, MESS! let ; "' d I I i
Plaintiff v.. JERRY L.. BAYLIFP wV J
my husband and children that Defendant Chancery No. 271 8. You
are hereby. required to serve a copy ro,
J was going to my room for three ot your answer. or other written

hours to read and relax, and defenaea to the Complaint filed rA ill
herein Swanson Attorney
they'd have to get along without upon for llngf. and to file :4

Ann LandersNot me 1 made It clear that nothing of the the orlllnll Clerk thereof of. the In Circuit the office Court I :

short 6f an explosion would of Bravard County Florida. on or
before the 19th day of March A.D. JF a
get' me out of that room' 1904

At first the kids came to the HEREIN PAIL NOT or a Deere
ScrabbleDear Pro Confeaao will b* entered. agalnat I ; .Iz<
Playing donr, one after the other each you for the relief prayed for In 2.7

with an excuse But 1 held firm aid DOME Complaint:- : AND ORDERED at Tlt".-

through all the whining, fightingand vlll, Florida. thin 18th day of February .
A. D. IMI4
tears and finally they were Court Fell) I

Ann Landers: I Just sn.ext revert. I go to bed every sure 1 meant business. Curtis n Barnei I SOT HIT WITH A DONT BE UPSET f NO,HC WASN'T HE WAS TH E

but I CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT GREAT TOMATO Pug NO( HE MUST HAVE I ABERNATHY THATS
caught up with some of your night; at about 10:00: pm. COURT for BRFVAnU: HEAVENS

streamlined! 20th century adviceto cant sleep' because I am afraid. My husband when he knew he (COUNTY FLORIDA 1 PROFILE, WHAT THEHAPPENEDON BEEN CRANK, V< WHY
THIRD
Dyi, V t*. Spangler\ I.
choice dealt with the
what I'm afraid had no FSo
nosey, landladies" Don't t ask me Deputy Clerk STAGE ? IS ACT.

No wonder people Ilk you. of 1 don t know. Sometime "emergencies" beautifully Feb 19. 26 Mar 4, 11 (Wed) 19114. BAD.

You conveniently look the other I'm afraid I'll get sick because I have kept this up for almosta 1 1Rpuaq

way while they raise helt You I don't Ret enough 4leep Other year and now I know I've made IN rnr: IRTI" ('O'RT OF

willgc it S. F. Tilt: !NINTH Jl ..It'IU.
business thirei I'm afraid someone
call It "minding your own I I Kit IT. IM ANn fun \ rI

," { into my room and harm me. Dear S. BJ: In the face Of HKKV VMII COt !>T\. HORII\ ).
C II %. 7Hia :
I always sleep with a stuffed JAMES ALBERT STAVA8T.
that's been said In A
doesn'tstand everything
landlady who
I'm a to Plaintiff
dog so I will have something
for any kitchey.koom'' on !behalf! of togetherness, I'm delighted ... cz
ding to. ERMA NATALIE IITAVA8T.D..fend.nt. .
my premises I own two buildings almost Friday to print a word in support .
I bloby.slt every 2.26BE9ufte .eio?.. ay.nA
and caretakers have or of "apartness. Thanks for :NOTICE or "1'1'1'Tel
my end Saturday night and am never : ERMA NATALIE 8TAVA8T Of:

dots to tell me if any female afraid in else's home. writing 10145 Regatta Avenue lit :
anyone Apartment. 1'1' e. 4 GO I STRANGE, ABERNATHV ]
tenant has male guests who leave Do I have insomnia or a loose Whittier California : WATCH MEON V.SHOUI.D HAVE BEEN ,

l after 1:00: a.m. Now you know screw? Please help me WAR Ann Landers wit be glad to YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ; < SKI THE GV p! l_ DOWN &YNOWJ j

Landers that t for divorce baa q O
t very well, Ann a complaint
BEN, PA.Dear help you with your problems. been filed against you and you are. ce. SLOPE, tV
single girl living alone who entertains Warren: The fear of Send them to her In care of this hereby required to nerve a copy of GIRLS; C ti,: erV
men until dawn Is not your .n..r or other pleading 10
sleeplessness can be more damaging newspaper, enclosing a stamped, the complalnt nb Plaintiff. at'
playing scrabble torney: William. C Irvin, Attorneyat
than lack of sleep elf addressed envelope. Law 320 North Atlantic Avenue
It s not enough that people pay doctor. He Cocoa Beach Florida. and to file the
See family
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their rent and not rip out the your NOTICE OP INYRNTrON:: :C TO original anawer or other pleading t
will explain( that many" people KK4H1TER riCTITIOt XtMR: In the otflc. of the Clerk of the d
plumbing. .I expect decent In compliance. with Noun Bill Circuit Court on or before the 12th
m01 all from my tenants end If who fear they are not getting enough No 117S Chapter Number 20W3, day of March 1M4 If you fall to
sleep get more sleep than Law .f Tlorlde. Act of 1941. the do .0. a decree pro confeaao will b* r
they don't measure up, they can uadnral l nnl will 1 regleler t with the entered acalnit you.
AUNT they think, He may also tell you Clark of the Circuit Court I Ia Bre- DONE! AND ORDERED at Tltu.

live someplace else to retire at 11:00: instead of 10:00: Yard County. Florida, upon receiptof vIII.. Brevard County Florida thlallth
NETTLE FROM WILKES-BAR. proof of publication ef day of February, 19H4
tltI'J
drink a glass of warm milk notice, the followlnc: CURTIS R. BARNES Clerk I

RE bath and read in nan. to.wit: The Cape Motel under Of The. Circuit Court ....
take
a warm ,
which I am engaged In bualneaa at (Court Seal
Dear Aunl Nettie: Dont deceive minutes etc. via Art, Tltuavlll. By llertle Hall.D.pulv .
bed for 13 Waahlncto '
yooself into believing\ your Florida. and that the oaderalfnedI Clerk .'1. :::" ':':'::.i"';: = 5 "
I I. th. anly pen n. !wt natd In aald WILLIAM C. IRV1N
rules have saved even one maiden Dear Ann Landers: The letter Linen. Attorney. at Law
Dated at Tltuivllle) Florida this 320 North Atlantic Avenue
from tailing the primrose from the young mother who was Tth day of Feb.. A.O 1M4 Cocoa beach. Florida
path. If that the path they wantto Phillip Bulla Attorney for PlaintiffFeb
being driven nuts by her four P.5.15, IK, 20. Mar. 4 (Wed) 1M4 12: It. 24. Mar 4 (Wed) 1M4 ri r
travel they 11 travel it And 'g

by the time a girl is old enoughto b

rent her own apartment, she s

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    ;"February It, 1964 Tltuiviir*\(Florida, ) Stir AdveeiU PIJ 3-C I


    Next RangerIn Coin Club Will o tTh'.S .a .0 i . ,e Ita .tj.! .
    Meet Thursday \ .I' e. .I. r. dd e
    e '.
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    Late May The Titimllte Coin dub win .. .. .. 0. ie
    meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday ., Ie..
    (Feb 27) at the' FtteridsMpRoKm \ '
    1 ).m rtea's next Ranger mocfg1l'1ally :*\ of First Federal Sating
    add? LoanAny YEAR 'FOOD
    grebe. wt fw litmch: LEAP SAVINGS
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    bcrt resideht Interested
    I this reek, *6n't be fited until '
    In coin collecting) is mVitect A
    II M the end 6f May at the e rlit'st. door prize will be warM.
    Ii I The spat tracMng\ nercvorU'
    e. THURS. FRI. SAT.
    i needed for Ranger' 7 will\ t* FOLKLOREContinued
    Hosed In April and early May

    to ready equipment for (two. ( From Page t C) TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER(
    Mariner Mars shots in NoverAber '
    thlftlaStiC response' Ifbift' the pro
    : plo of Brevard County en this r WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLE
    tE.WOH Scientists postponed Range ; that ,
    scm Aaf in hopes a large
    firlrrg ttir the purpoe! of giving
    store of lnformatkrl feglrdmtt
    further tiMe to checking\: eiijuip
    meat aboard, Which Ranger is t similar which failed to that in and Interesting l people iIBrnatd aspects of) Countycan events r 1050 W. KING ST.

    an attempt to send pictures back be shared by many *ftd COCOA(
    Of the In,, ooh the seminar ii offered In late I B
    March: I r

    QUANTITY
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    AND LET ME TELL YOU DEAR HEARTS Patty : C. SIRLOIN ROUND
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    Parker, (holding microphone) pleads] seriously as do her 39
    loyal friends to secure votes for ther! candidate, Nelson
    Rockerfeller. Attired like the Beatles, the group of girls
    attracted much attention during the mock convention! LB. c
    Friday. Left to right, Judy Jdnes, Mary Lou Merritt 79
    and Shettenback. S-A Photo -
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    ,r"D Why walk when you can t i WESTERN"YOUR"FIRSt-CUT"CHOICE"LEAN !..

    .. ,. write? Check with usy!
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    End walking, driving,
    waiting around to pay PORK ROAST
    bills "write" your I LEAN "WESTERN"
    money the safe quick j
    SPARE RIBS'A'R
    easy way. Open a Special
    ,tp Checking Account with I
    us You'll enjoy( added "
    prestige, too. No minimum

    I balance" required. I UND BEEFEACH"

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    ) "SUGAR CURED" SMOKED

    A ST (WHOLE)
    COMEDY TEAM-Paula Bamforth, left and Linda Beach TITUSVILLE FLORIDA PICNICSSLICED
    will present a comical side of Jazz with an unusual dance
    routine at the tenth annual Variety Gala Hidden Talent Not The Oldest Not The Largest. But The BESTI ,
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    Show at 8 p.m. on Feb 28 and,29 in the I.R.C. Civic Center Member Federal l Rtitrvt System 29c
    Proceeds from.the show,:'will benefit the expansionand Member Federal Dtpoiit Iniuranee Corp. I -: WHOLE
    remodeling: of the civic.center.(Carlson Photo). '.d l6.
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    .- o"Trio : 7 "DIXIE" SLICED BEEF LIVER


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    much togetherness? Swamped by car repair bills? Shaken by rattles?
    LB.39c
    Fed''up with those tight Iqueeze.? Wondering whit going wrortg next? Stuck with a rattletrap Get a new
    A Rambler give you plenty of hip Rugged Rambler are famed for Rambler with Advanced Unit Conroomplentyofheadroomandplenty
    troiible-fre operation and they en struction-.olideit, moat tqueak
    of legroom for iix big adult the most rustproofed cars built! and rattle-free yet devised. (;
    "DEL MONTE" "EVERFRESH"CHUNK

    Get real driving pleasure-get a Rambler ClassicOnly STYLETUNA POUND

    car with the Best of Both; big.Car:room and performance, compact-car economy and handling
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    "GOLD MEDAL" PLAIN or SELF-RISING Limit One With Your $3
    No.tin compact-car sales RAMBLER OoaV8 No.11n usefulness to the user Or More Food Order, Please!
    5-LB. 49-c
    CANAVERAL RAMBLER INC., 811 N. WashingtonTitusvillet FLOUR
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    P3 TRANSISTOR r"= ; LUSTRE ..a.!" 63 i'.ItJj
    VOLT 18 HAIR RINSE It -"ifI
    CATTERIES "',';;p I CREME .:: tI:


    [;?j 12 HOUR SHAVING 1;]
    COHTAC (CAPSULES :: / 97: OLD SPICE LOTION; Li-1 Ml* 87

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    DENTURE :=:: 47''" BAN ROLL-ON .... 66
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    TOOTH ; SALE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY MILK WAVEPERMANENT
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    CREST PASTE r'mIN' N I" 56 LILT 13.3 1
    L..1t L
    WE MEET OR BEAT ALL ADVERTISED PRICES

    FAMOUS L.a ; ON IDENTICAL MERCHANDISE FAMOUS :';-'.:"
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    HAIR SPAY 66' LUSTRE LOTION SHAMPOO 78
    LUSTRECREME -
    M.:.o-:: CREME =:a
    Jinl WUo il In the page from. your local l itwspoper c* which MMod

    "JEWELRY" "FREE"F E E F FLASHLIGHT 1 S L I 1 oppeors and we will meet or Hat any current prices. Save 25% on AllPRESCRIPTIONS

    DEPT. SPECIALS :I'tMf;:.a;;. C SHOP YOUR NEWEST ECKERD *

    11 .hll.ht:, :.. 38( STORE AT 2872 E. CONWAY ROAD .
    : Or I.rl. N. Ire charf Cain "4 Crrnireun' plan'
    Lay-A-Ways Budge .. .
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    1 Accounts. Invited ORLANDO WINTER PARK OTMIU"r:" N..rlb.e J
    Hew. 50 Star ... LOCATID ulvil.nl to Mvlnai e IOH to MH"
    No. I N. Orange Are 701 So Orlo.d. A wre tpneNtltie. .
    Lowest Prices 4ri
    I Anywhere, AMERICANFLAG ii72 i. c....., R.DAYTONA BEACH AT
    n tanww,... Walthami, ...ovum....., .IHtii.N .
    "' OcnnM .IKK.n CASSELBERRY -MELBOURNE COCOA TITUSVILLE
    I ... many .th... to* .._,... tom : T.k. ,,.. r'IucA. ..e.r 1I..1tte1 n'e
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    INFRA ih e
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    ME>r'S W ArcHES rrP lig" autdoor II.. 3'.J' RED DEFROSTER rwr'Sep'::::"s ::..-Ii.h30Nrhr
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    34 ;.& h"---r.-: lu.eete.." nmr .la and metal kr.ck.t. For R.FrieroN/ ,...... .. .to.
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    List for 97 r. 4.51 V.'.. with hM week. / *I.,_ere, u.(iMlyMr.for w.tho. new beper WlltI. N '

    33.75 lHLADIET element.hating sera"HIDE"AWAY /fir SPINETTE

    BAGS ?oth'- fool b r// OPEN FACE WIL lALt
    WATCHES'W.ltK.m b '
    e f 2 1 1' FREE FILM PRINTS SPINNING REEL 100 Ydf.
    v NO.rM I __ IY.ktu. SperlicmvPIyf1.R MHI."t line
    .1.nr .trr., .M N .e ..ern 1 for CurlersI 99 PLUS end "' polld., gl 0" 2
    [J] rhlM......... 34 vdtov"344.4.mM.. M.t.hli.1Values t K, I I pc. iplnnlng .... [;]
    to 14" ouhful, Floral Seti..r tH*. M' At"5.39re ,. 2 for 1 V FREE Eastman FILM '
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    35,75_ try pattern. LI".. with with rubbar a. nylon for'a'ravtor4. eurt-! I s _ _ _ _ v... ..frM Ml of *!e urM WAm we ekk u. ...., /w N.. Reg.LIST PRICE 22.90 7 99 r
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    FAIULOUS SWISS ... and accaiwrlai. pRl with rv...roll. film' > ..N nln. pee ea..rev en. nnwel,
    x NEW! DECORATIVE vtlehM K 4 .... .fr.v
    HARVESTER ) ; VMilto t.! *nd .grit.IA .4..pI.Y nil Wq
    Compare 49c. ; ... .v.ry.

    WATCHES to 93e STEELUTILITY ,,, #85 PENN

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    r'.r "nun t 4 .I/,.., COMPARE
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    """* Ir.rn' Salt Wafer I
    i4:97.: AT 1.49
    A f 66<< 2 GAL. ",
    Value O -
    NEEDLES OUTFIT
    SIX TRANSISTOR 88c METALGASOLINE TABLE V t s.. Boy ..It wotor reel(, so
    t yartfi 16* Span
    RADIO WITH ., CIGARS I dm|'I lino an4 x24'HAR'.tiC..o..t. :
    ...., x a Boot. Brie,. ....
    l .. with. eirrylnt kit. CORD &
    t n t, rti.nn tar ,rlv... Iht.". 1'v a
    In.' SOCKET Pack of 10 Cigari
    Extra jr96<<5
    1540
    in moisture- 899Spielol
    Mi. .r I eyk a
    CAN 30" high with 3 sturdy proof pock.
    -' Value
    IMPORTED WINDPROOF shelves. 3-way electrical Bonus Cigar
    LIGHTER I All metal two gallon & jocket. 15"x20" 4ta Holder in loch
    d R.g, i.oo 1 t Rolls easily on Pock GARCIA ABU
    ; top. A
    Valua 44c, Ize. Goiolint I .; ; TM Ra Pack of f 10

    WATCH'BANDS can' with flexible e ,. casters. R REFLEXLURE39

    fn.manrib{ tpeut and pouring". Reg. w. w -
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    w. .,, QQc i 49c
    5.59
    Vilest t I IS vtnf. Fir* Engine 3 k
    Value
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    MAKE YOUR "ECI ERD"; STORE HEADQUARTERS FOR SPRING CLEANING NEEDS NOW!


    ,, Limit' 2 HARDWOOD SPRING A

    CLOTHES PINS t't'N' I pB/8/ h7MII1II' MOP bead "

    Package g' 11 c "DUST!' handle! r

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    A Bargain I At lit_ 0 0 ))1 ; s

    PAINT ROLLER
    AND TRAY SET White Plastic e
    Full $13e.bterbeno) paint rollar with 00 [] .:::-
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    CLOTHESLINE
    '"1. ."' '01 troy for fast aaifpainting. .t .

    Rug p>af, 3sn-i.g elothjilino.
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    A BargainAt 1.29 69 C i -_ Easy to claan.. ;
    ---- 50 > A BargainAt 29LAUNDRY
    '' AMMONIA::: ." ,i.
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    WELCOME MAT ,, INDL.WI. & SPRAYER i*,:;'.3-': 22E \

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    Kaapi doorihoai a- FREEWAX "".U1B"1JOHNSON'S {" 49
    \ : \ claan.I WAX luCART .
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    29" hlgK-23" long
    / AUTO SPRAY
    : ,. C4.OItP.4.t09 S 38'' and 17" wldo. From. |

    .:. .. "'x 1 CAR WASH mad of mirror polish e
    -- aluminum I
    Li- OR MOTH .... ,.. ", J citttr .whee. .. an Hoavy |

    GARMENT tMOTH BALL.$ FLAKES :ft, *, 3 28 't\ lid duck* packat cloth covir for clothai wild I Ipint. '

    LAWNRAKE/ BAG '' WASHDAY 7. IA kundry. A raomk mutt for all I''
    o \ GLUE CHEER DETERGENT l::::I to. 25
    Clear, see-thru heavy _

    34 duty farced vinyl, heat with rein, 'oj' 't SAKI\ FLUSH-- i BOWL E722 PATIO 9Mlon911PPlr'69 } 1

    34 Sturdy iprinfg tines sealed i' 1 CLEANER ,::
    Ill with standard' wood seams, and ] ,-- Heavy duty big II"

    Compare handle alt 1.49 I DRAND DRAIN "u....."cn ],. /
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    C -a CLEANER LI..It. sturdy fiber bristle and 64 C !
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    CderldRUBBER handle. Compare at 1.98at'I.49
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    WHISKBROOM : Blanket Bags 4 i iRag. R F 23c ALUMINUMGLOVES SPRAY PAINT

    4 4'.> Big of 4-Limit 4 FOIL WRAP Famous Easy-Way Quality

    .... Ctc 100i' R...25e-100,75,40 Wart Quality brand spray paint e

    ,( 2 3c IouwitiQn 1 Bulbs Empress your shade jAkif p
    ''i :i ant:: ,a mete. hang .38 lighl . HeLImli2 Limit R.g': J9cchoa. 2 22 Rtg. lUtJ
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    SIMONIZ SPONGES WHITE Bathroom Mat Caulking Camp WET MOP H 0 USEBROOM

    Long Thirsty Cotton
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    Ivalon Sta-Soft both & II ".1"' AUIc
    Strands.
    R... %S. Valuo PAINTshower rubber (Ideol.in "J 4>V BB C 100% aora "rl.tl.. with e
    nonskid u.
    Rtg.
    riill golla' 49C .... 3 6ge for home. *% arondard pea.h.d
    2 for 19 nania andInduitil.l. ; J ir maf. Suction cups R. h to. for 349.794 fl g edd handla 59SAVINGSk ; I

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