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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: March 4, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
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I Buy In North Brevard! I St a r-Adr oca t e Smile-You're In Florida I

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents

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kith Year No. 23 5c Per Copy Titus\ille Florida, Wednesday March 1 I. 1964 :20:! PURIS) Today I'ublislux I ]I Momhys. WerJnel t,4 a"' ridays.I
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I Long-Awaited City Master Plan Ready For wring I

Zoning Laws I

I Navy's Blue Angels To Appear At Show Vila I Part ,

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Free Show Set ... ''-; ..... Of Program

I 7'j.. Tltus\ iIIe'* proposed! new zoninr -

For April 12 First T-( Air Service .1 .1 4 ;: and master development
plan/ ', will soon be revealed tj,

< ai the publu according() to City

Tin, Blue Angela are corning ... Manager Cleveland: Talmadge

to Titusville ,j ',6 64t ,,4. The plan, which Is UiigrMd.
Announcement was made this Started By South CentralTitusville 1 ; to guide the growth of Titutvill -

morning that the Clue Angels', (for the nut uvtrtl

the woild-famous Navy preci years, has bun "In the mak:

ion flying team, that travelsthe 0} ;.i ; 1i. ing" for Ili years, under a
Airport got Imp, the airline company flys feel now more than ever that .1; J
globe: will highlight the ..; contract bttwton the City olTiiutvillo
its first commercial: uirlinu service 9.QUO miles a day. the potential of this strategically 1,: .
; bf."
held at { "i.li Dn.topmant Com-
second free show to be q ,, {" '>
this week when South Cen John C. Flake, chairman cf located airport is being;: 4,, [' :t l : !{( :' \ >t 6.
million and
Arthur Dunn Airpark Sunday, ,' \\t ; : -x : =' ; } City Planner Do-
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tecngnized And I stress again : ,
tnd Airlines a feeder aIrline" ihe Titu.wllle-Cncoa Air Port : ', i\f\\! '
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April ,,. .
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serving most of Florida, announced Authority. elated about the sue this is only the beginning : 'J. ( : /
Blue Angels" were, until t ,, ;J.:'lII' : : Original contrail! culled for the
local schedule. The firm has announced alt : :
a cess of the airline told the Star- r I : : Wo;\;
,' h r :
H couple of months ago, led.by TC f''' '''''''' ,f vsoik Id be completed in about
The Airlines has opened a Advocate this morning "This Ii! flights daily serving the : ." !: / t > <:'f f:';;,: \ : ; .1
Li Commander Wallace, son of follows.Southbound \ ., :, /, W'I} ;. one year however, the consolidation
AIrport as \ : .". ..
and the beginning ,<. ,. '
ticket desk at the airport with the beginning only ,,,, :: ""': I I. ,
: )
Mr and Mrs. P. II Wallace of \ ii r" of TUimille with surround-
:Sidney Joyncr as full.time attendant of commercial trafficat : Flight 801, arriving < :A;: t': :"., .:} ,: ; ':Ii ]; ;:"
Niclv Avnue. from Ocala Leaves Ocala 9"'k': i" { : Ink): unless last June made a bill
the TC ah port .ff': .. .
.. .
There will thrill ,," .' : .c :h inift In the pliins
performance at 8l:15!! a m., serving Daytona ". ,. ,. \'
the crowd attending the airshow South Central is an entirelynew Flake said the airline has been Beach at 8:50: Orlando 9,J), I : .t: ,.1' .'. j". .. Cost ot' the entire planning
concept in aviatIon. Its making 'whistle stops' at the air : is financed by the city
o they perform spine tingling Titusville-Cocoa 10:OS, Mel t I .. : i program
aerobatics all within a few purpose is to provide a direct t port for about two months, und bourne 1033: Ft. Pierce 1115: I \ pitying one third and the Feder-

inches of one another. link t to, major air terminals, the 10 days ago requested pci mission West Palm Roach 11:S3: and arriving I I bl government: the other two

The DCLand Falling Angelswill operation necessitated by the to operate regularly scheduled In Miami at 12:23 p.m. thirds! Tutal cost of the program

also appear. They are one development of big jets. South runs. Southbound: Flight 709 arriving ---- -- hns t ten $14.noO.T..ltnlldae .
of the finest sky diving teamsIn Central purpose is to offer fast, "For some of these people who from Tallahassee Leave: said that the council ;i
FIRST CANDIDATES Court Clerk since 9:30: a m Mrs Hobcita Ikville looks
the United States. regular service to cities with might have doubted the potential Tallahassee at :2 p.m.. selves members und planning and-
stunned. he line Inline
Curtis Barnes office was full yesterdayas at ( (long uW.lltll01'1\:
There will be a glider demon. trading areas of 25,000.100,000and ( of the Titusville Cocoa Air- Gainesville, 3:10: Ocala 3:50. Democratic aspirants for various offices left to right; Robert' Jim Druwdy zoning board members have.
ration: and a new plane display. link them to major air termirals port," Flake said," we do now Daytona Beach 4:23.: Orlando 5, been holding a aeries of Informal
filed their qualification fee with the clerk, Frank Small wood, and TUlmin Meltc-nry
The air show is sponsoredby have a commercial airline, Titusville.Cocoa S.33; Melbourne discussion mcctingM with McGee
First in line was Gene Roberts, candidatefor the latter three candidates! (foi democratic!
the Flying Posse, which invites The planes being used are with six regularly scheduled 6:13: Ft Pierce 6:55, West Palm district one county commissioner Rob nomination for sheriff.SA( Photo) over a period of the past three

the public to mark this eight passenger twin engine flights: per day, operating out'of Beach 7:35: and arriving in Miami erts had been waiting patiently in line months In study of his plans.
date on their calendar so that Beechcrafts anti at the present the airport We, of the authority at 8:03: p.m. Recommendations for changes:
they may help celebrate the have been made and tome already
Westbound: Flight 203, arriving
second anniversary of the dedi - Included' In the program.
from Melbourne. Leaves
cation of the Dunn Airpark The public hearing( date will
Melbourne 6:10 Titusville-
: m.
p In decided on by the council in
Cocoa 6:15: Tampa 0:05; St Early QualifiersAll
the future.
near It will LeIftht'dull'd
Northcutt SeeksCommission .i Petersburg 830;: and arriving within the next 3D(
Sarasota 8:50''p.m: ,
days. inlluwmg. .tin heating the
Ea tbound: Flight: '200, arriving tuumt
may adopt t the plan at
Post from Sarasota Loaves Sarasota -
any time.
at 7 I m., i>t. Petersburg'
Democrats The entire program ii deiign
Robert E (Bob) Northcutt, for 7:30: Tampa 755: arriving TI- ed to Include the following:
her base commander of Patrick tU8\'lIIe.Cocoa 8:50: and Mel
A major strap and traffic
AFB, has qualified as a candidate bourne 9:23.Northbound: .
pl.n .
for .County Commissioner aaza"' : Flight 004, arriving Pol tical aspirants fur the of crtf. Titusville candidate fur I'll ulivilll Neighborhood analysis
District 5.Northcutt
a native of Oklahoma from Miami. Leaves Ml flee of sheriff took up mont of county( commission, dint 1, took AN qualifying were i Demo- Community facilities (parks,
amt 12:30 West Palm Beach
p.m. til smut outside BurnctT office Brats'
attended Oklahoma State the long line of candidates : recreation areas, civic eon.
University and was graduated 'I 1:10: Ft. Pierce 1::50, Melbourne qualifying yesterday with Clerk about Dam. yesterday and thin Tliomaa R Waddell. Jr". Eau ton, etc.t\

from the Army Air Gup Flying I 2:3D( Titusville-Coeoa 3:05: OrLando of Circuit Couit Curtis Uurnes' hUH (filod In between thin aril ftllie, Judge of Court of Record Land use. plan.Annexation ,

School in June, 1938 He is a vet. I I 3:40: Daytona Beach 4:15.: office at the courthouse here. noon when the filing was tn ', Incumbant. study
I Jacksonville 5:1:5: : and arriving start Enl'UlT.' bUilt Edna!: S Cantle
eran of 25 years service retiring Five of the 18 Democratic) ImproTtmontt pro
Tallahassee 6:30
at the rank of Colonel His last : p.m. candidates qualifying yesterday The only other offices contested ff Titusville! aupi'rviitor of re- grama.

three years of active duty were Northbound: Flight 906, arriving t by qualifying! / yestculny tistriiti. Zoning.
Dons Miami Leaves MIami and today are seeking that seemingly Ilndorik' S. Mdvt'r I of' Rock
spent as Commander at I I were those\ of board of public Subdivision regulations.'
Patrick. 1 1:10: pm, Ft. Mtrs 2:13: popular office now held by Instruction member, district 2, I'dyp' incumbunt cuiulnljte for At the time| of consolidation

During his first three montnj AT AIRPORT Sidney Joiner station manager for Sarasota 3:10: St. Petersburg Rtpublicain Leigh S. Wilson, Dr Norman Rice of Cocoa, amt, Port Authority/ dial 4. List June, McGee bad just about

at Patrick he organized the Civ' South Central Airlines, at Titusville-Cocoa Airport.. 3:35: Tampa 4:13: Titusville- Evidently getting hU campaign district 5 county commission Clark Maxwell Satellite computed the itudy, the con

Soo NORTHCUTT On Page t (S-A Photo). Coco 5:15: and Melbourne 5:40.: off to an early start, Gene Hob- Dr,. Rice! 'IK opposed by MoDest Bench tire Uhntusnr!\ Incumbent tract for which was signed rra(

,- -.-.- -' 1.lp'..... -- -. II. Cut roll of Cocoa, foinurly of (Rurtm It. Barnes, H"ekltdKeeleik ( November, 1BG1

Tilu.ivillc Vicing for the dist circuit court, IncumbantIneunibant With consolidation, a second

S commlshn' pout now held by J. D. Nash, Titus' contract was signed in Novem.

iJcmotrut) Joe Wickham of Eau villa, tjx collie.torMiehucl l bet to Include all of the area con-

,..I ..qh bathe, are Col Hubert E. / J. Duran Melbourne. solidutrd Into the city In tad)
Norlhcutt of Satellite Beach ani, tuinrnlssioner, district 3.
county new contract the council deletedthe !
Hoy Warner of Melbourne. It \. Cutter incumbuiit, Tltusvllle annexation study and sub

( 'Iheabxtncfl of Republican port authority elist, 2. Soo PLAN On Page St
l.tltt M + qualifying was conipieiouv, all
,sue''" SHUT K CE lrtll ?r non Alined: papers yesterdayor

so far tmliy

Those qualifying for sheriff.

were Democrats:

James L. Diawdy, Melbourne: ,
Frank M\ Smallwood Eau Gallic,

*a ; Tillman B. Me Henry. Mt'rlltt

Island; L E TindJll, Titusville
and Clyde It I'irtic, also of -

100 Committee ,." -- -..-
,. IIIN "' 1 #u., 1411_'

TO SERVE AIRPORT Twin-engine plane used by South Central Airlines Cocoa Airport. The Airline makes six scheduled flights each day (torn J "M"TIf'(1111,

is typical of the ones that are serving customers out of the Titusville- the Airport. Banquet Thurs. C' 11ft fUf otr.J

The first annual dinner of the
Committee of 100. to be held to
Lengthy State National Ballot In
MayBrevard morrow night at Whispering HilU I'l aer
Country Club, promises to be unic > a
>f the outstanding events of the'
County voters will All other members of the cabinetare Republican Ed Gurney'of Winter Rep. James Pruitt faces bothDemocratic Beach the only Kepubiii: candidate ,
have a wide variety of candidatesto unopposed, by either Demo- has year
Park no opposition within his and Republican opposition .
choose from In several state crats or Republicans. These are William II (Billy) Dial, pr'M.
and national races in the primaries Secretary of State Tom Adams, own party but Democrats James. for the Group 1 House of Seeking the seat Rep Dressier dent of the first National B.ui't' King of Cocoa and Thomas Ken 'lace Orlando, will he tire piincipal/
which Representatives seat Pruitt (
come up in May Qual Comptroller Ray Green, Agri-uit Is vacating ire Democrats Joun;
ifying deadline was noon yesterday lire Commissioner Doyle Confer ney of Cocoa Beach are seekingto Howard Warren of Satellite Murphy Merritt fthn-l and Bill speaker. He will dhcur the projections 1
of the east central' FlorIda
in Tallahassee Treasurer Edwin Larson and be his opponent in Novl'/'er.: Beach In the Democratic primary Roundtree of Cocoa and Rr-p'ilili, >>

Democrats will select a candidate State School Supt Tom Bailey Kenney Is a former Cocoa Beach with Herschel Mays Melbourne' can R W. Grady of ltnrH<'dce: area. "
Dial U! recognized statewide as
for governor from among: Ed Mason of the State Public mayor ami now a member ol the an authority on banking laws and

Ilaydon Burns and John E Mathews Utilities Commission Ii opposedby Tituiville-Cocoa Airport Authority has written a book on "The Ills
Jr of Jacksonville, Fred Jim Fair of and Cocoa Beach Attorney Opposes
Tampa Philip tory of the Banking Law* ot!
Dickinson of West Palm Beach, Brewer of Miami for the Democratic Florida. He Is well known for i, 1 1CON
Arthur Steed of Orlando, 9th
Robert High of :Miami, Fred Karl
nomination. No Republicans his\ services on the State Boardnf M
of Daytona Beach and Scott qualified. circuit state attorney, has M rp Rep. James Pruill In Group 1 Control, RDa'i Board
does W D. Frederick Scare\
Kelly of Lakeland. Republicansran Veteran U. S. Senator S s..rdHoll.nd position nor Honda Development) Commission 01.\1; .ED Th( Dixie Hotel, formerly the pride of
choose from Ken Jr. of Orlando, the circuit the Jo.t t. _,
among drew last minute and the Go"ernrJr'alvhnr( ; t ;a v s offlc.<1l1v c mdemned todaY by Chief
Folks of Orlando H B Foster of opposition -from Erailey public defender Howard Warren, practicing at veteran of Work! War H lie is Committee to the Space Age Ed.... Jim )Biuw !a 'if the Ti u&<'illo Eire Department: Tacking
Beach and Charles tonne, on Cocoa Beach has qjal- director of the Central Uievsrd '
Ft. Myers Odham tit Sanford who was twice State Senator Bernard Parnnti cation Study, and numerous other flgnup det lai ing 'This building has been declared hazardous
Holley of St. Petersburg Uied as a Democratic candidatefor Democratic Association and fast by ChId t of the Fire
defeated in biJs for the. govern( of Titusville Is opposed In May: by endeavors. Department. Chief Brown
State Representative, Governor of the Moose
Democrats( can choose between cr's: chair Republican Claude Rep. James Dressler and the survivor Donn Searle, president of the stated also that, the wncr of the building Don MacLean

James Kjnes of Tallahassee and Kirk Jr. of Jacksonville also qualified will face Virgil S t.encll. :, 1. Warren lives in Srmft': Patrick Committee. said Invitations to attend ha agreed to remove the building entirely by June 1,

Earl Faircloth of Miami for the Jr. of Cocoa, the only Republics A graduate of the University nf Shores with his wife. tenure, and the banquet had been ac The 76->ear-old hotel was destroyed as a result of a fire

post of State Attorney General 11th District Congressman qualified. Miami aw School, Warren is a their three c In Wren. $.. 100 On r"e 6 early Saturday mornlng.-S-A Photo). 4pc'

Page J Tltuivlll (Florida) Sfar. Advotttt March 4, 1+ for members of Eta Eta Chapte
I44'm Phi Soroi ,
of Beta Sigma

rounc// town niversary They celebrated with their a party fourth in ,tiu,

I! IMore lovely new home of Mrs W;;.
: ham Tyler In Forest Hills
/ /
A'IfA Netoa Artd Nofee L wtih barbara car/ on Several limes were plav II i
of NortA Breaard i and prizes M
V Buddy White and Mrs. Jack(

than 200 members of the twins. "that June wedding". Hurst.
First Methodist\ Church of Titus. More than 20 guests attendeda
ville attended a reception last There's still time to make plansto bridal shower Monday night Seating! around the refreshment .

I night in Hennessey n.1to\ bid attend the Landscape and Garden honoring Miss Joyce Young table, attractively decorat
farewell to Mr and Mrs. John School starting next Tues future bride of Larry New at ed in a George Washing*"f,

Raley and three sons, Jamie, day at Whispering Hills School the home of Mrs. Isabel Austin, theme was arranged in j

Circle Topics Gary and Mike of 1707 King St. cafetorium. The school will be 1110 Glen way Ct. clever fashion. A little paP.

Raley has been Sunday School held each Tuesday from 730; to After several games, refresh- log and hatchet at each plat

kiL Superintendent at the church forth 9:30 p.m. for six weeks and Is menU of cake, punch and nuts was revealed to have a hor

Feature =: H $' past two years. sponsored: jointly by the Titusville were served to Mrs. Fay Thompson poem written on it, descripti .,
The Raleys moved to Titusville Garden Club Brevard the members. .'
County Mrs. Gladys Roberts, Mrs. of one of Each i
three years ago from St. Louis Agricultural Agent's office and Lareth Graves, Mrs. Betty Cag- member had to find her place ,,:
and] plan to leave March 11 to re A.U.W. the table by locating the '
Group Study le, Mrs. Bonnie Tuter, Mrs. po )n\
turn to their former home. Although the school Is open to Beulati Greenberg Mrs. Frances, describing herself. Mrs. Tyl. i 1'.

l Since the February meeting of The reception was given by the everyone Syl Rose, assistant Brown, Mrs. Colleen Thompson, assisted by Mrs William Myers!

the L.W.M.L. circles of Good couples' class under the directionof county agent, has extended a Mrs. Frances Tuter, Mrs. Sindy and Mrs. Hugh Wicker, served
Mrs. Jack Hurst and Mrs. special Invitation to all newcomers
Shepherd Lutheran Church were Nidy, Mrs. Hugh Clevenger, refreshments of whipped ereanl"logs"
Hugh Wicker. Assisting were In the area 10 they might!
the circle be held "hatchet"
only meetings to Mrs. Peggy Filer, Mrs. Eunice and cookies to
the Mrs John Keefer, Mrs. (Harry learn, of the different insects and
during the Lenten season, the guests.
Hodge: Mrs. Chris Seymore
diseases of ornamental A
Sieman, Mrs. Ronald Rose end plants.
topic of the month than the was usual a group Mrs. Bill Williams. Refreshmentsof registration fee of $1.50 will be Mrs. Connie Underwood, Mrs. Others attending were Mr
study rather presentation
and utilized croup Bible J I; punch and cookies were served accepted at the door. Various( Jane Villenevue and the three Gordon Beeson. Mrs. Charles

study in meditating upon "The from a table centered with a Brevard county agents will\ be Austin children.Mr. Burnette Mrs. M. E Harmon

Footprints of Jesus During His beautiful green floral arrange guest speakers as well as extension :Mrs LiVcrne Itardin, Mrs. Ivan

List Days Before Going to Cnl- : 0 ment and green candles. specialists from the University and Mrs. Charles Taylor Hazen Mrs. William Holm. \li. ,

vary'i Cross." of Florida. from Boris, Ohio are visiting Thomas Parker, Mrs. II. t'
here with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pierce and :Mrs John RobinsonThe
The Elizabeth Circle met at the Mrs Sam (Linda) Barr was
The Golden Years Club will Blair of Shelly Place. evening ended with tile lon
church in order to set its
up guest of honor at a surprise stork
meet tomorrow morning at 9.30: ewaited exchange of gifts btwren <, .
mission India. Mrs.
display on party last Thursday evening at
George Geinlcr was the chairmanof the home of Mri. Paul Demote on (m. In the Woman's Club BuildIng Last Thursday was a big day Beta Buddies.
on Hopkins Ave. Coffee will --- -----
the mission project, Muted Forest Rd.. given by her sorority
by Mrs. Ed Hopton, Mrs. Roy sisters in the Theta Omicron be served followed by games. All.
Leisure and the Girls' Mission Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Dr. persons 80 or over have been invited

League, the junior group sponsored and \Mrs.\ Barr are the proud par. to attend by the sponsors.
by the L.W.M.U Devotionsand eats of twin daughters, about one Woman's Club of Titusulle, Ire

study were led by Mrs. Don month old 110W.Arranaements. LA NIECEHouse
Fryslie and Mrs. Raymond Zan- for the party Bought your Easter Bonnet
etta. Mrs. Wally Hassclhrlng were made by Mrs. Paul Kce! yet? If not, you'll have a good

served refreshments to the group. Z1 Z- who decorated a lovely "gift opportunity to do so this weekend .
; St. Teresa's Catholic Woman's Of Gossip
Mrs. Warren Bunker, Mrs. D. E umbrella" with pink and white
Club Is
Armstrong: and Mrs. Joseph Ku/o flowers. A large stock centeredthe sponsoring a
were welcomed as visitors. table and refreshments of Spring hat sale beginning at PRESENTS -
The Ruth Circle met at the pink and white floral cupcakesand noon Friday in the kindergarten
classroom of the school located
. home of Mrs David McCarvllle > coffee were served to Mrs.
Devotions and study were led by R D. Lyle, Mrs. It. T. McNeely, Just off U.S. Hwy 1 on Ojlbway.. 10 Name Brand Permanent
FLORIDA Martha Logan home econoed welcome Mrs. Yvonne Moretto chairman
Mrs. II. E. Baumbach who, along a warm at Tampa Interna Mrs. Dave Mason and Mri. ,
with Mrs. McCarvllle, form this mist, Miss Mary Meyer, of Swift &: Comtional Airport from A. B. Zipperer, Man Larry Robinson.A of the special event, tells us
circle's mission project com.mlttee pany's Chicago office attended the opening alter of the Tampa Sales Unit, Swift & dislikes there will be a wide selection of,

now working on a Philippine of the 100th Publix Supermarket in Win- Company, person two usually gifts just alike, but receiving the latest Spring hat fashions and Reg. $$10 lo $$25SPECIAL

display. Miss Gwen Runjfc/( ter Haven this week Miss Meyer receive we hear Linda was very happyto all will be moderately priced.
The sale is scheduled from
joined with his group.
t( find all her bt'autlfulgiftit were
The L.W.M.L. Executive Board, Bayview P.TA MeetsThe "in duplicate," just right for noon Friday till evening and:
from 9:00: a.m. tit 5:00: p.m. Saturday -
consisting of all officers, committee Order Of Rainbow For Girls
and circle chairmen, will regular monthly meetingof Mrs. Moretto invites you'
meet on Tuesday evening March the Bayview Elementary Meeting PostponedThe to, "Come and browse, it's al-
will School P.T.A. was held Monday ways fun trying on hats." Refreshments
10, at the Church. All circles Holds
of the
meet together at the church on night, March 2, at 7:30: in the Anniversary MeetingThe Woman's general Society meeting of Christian will be served! 8.50

March 19, for the quarterly school auditorium with the president CompleteMARCH
Service of the! First Methodist
L.W.M.L. meeting. Ben Busby, Jr. presid members of Titusville Noticed our young neighbor
? Assembly were were a part of the Install Church of Titusville has been
Linda Campbell, out roller skating
ing. No. 99, Order of Rain ation which got our Titusville\ Assembly
from March
changed Tuesday,
yesterday -. a sure sigh of 4 THRU 14 ONLY!
Mrs. Aired HonoredAt Sheldon Brown, vice-president, bow fbr Girls, held their 3rd anniversary started February 25, inci 3 to Wednesday, March 11, at Spring.
There about 100
Bridal' Shower led the pledge to the Flag; Rev. meeting Wednesday, the dinner were, present at 10 a.m. in the sanctuary.
Claude Tejan gave the devotional February 28, at 7.00: p.m. A covered dish luncheon will Another sign of Spring Is the FOR INFORMATION CALL 267-5500

Mrs. Sarn Aired Jr., was hon on the subject "Never the There were 18 charter memo follow adjournment of the meet- many showers held recently! 216 Magnolia Avenue ,Indian
At 5:00: m. the girls and their City
ored at a bridal shower at the Less". Busby then gave a p bers present at the meeting, Ann ..ing. Baby titters will be pro- honoring<< lovely young ladles in
home of Mrs. Sam Aired Sr., Indian special 'Thank you' to the Grey families enjoyed a delicious ette Northcutt, Donna Selber, vided. the midst of preparations for I
River City, Thursdpy eve Ladies of our school. There were covered dish dinner, In the company Sandy Trimble, Marsha Trimble,. __

ning.Hostesses several of this group, all in of our Supreme Inspector, Nancy Lankford, Virginia Klojs.
were Mrs. Aired and uniform, present for this meet Mrs. Leta MacMinn; Mrs. Fran Barbara Ziegler, Patricia Shaw,

Phyllis Shefler. ing Including Mrs. Aileen New. ces Criffie, Grand Deputy of our Beverly Johnson, Kathy Gibson,, FIRST TRY FREDRICKS
District \Mr. James SteWart, I
refreshment ;
The group enjoyed kerk, the chairman. lur Worthy Advisor, Martha Arnold -
and the bride received Master of Indian River Lodge Sharon Gault, Natalie Hoff.

These mothers their No. 90; Mrs. Bertha Denelda Scott Adrienne
many nice gifts.Attending give Robert man YOUR FAMILY DISCOUNT, STOREMEN'S
the shower were time to taking care of all the Worthy Matron and Mr. Bornholdt and Dianne McCoskey.

Nila Barker, Ernestine Bonds, sick children of the school. They B.ornholdt, Worthy Patron of)Order They were honored and each -
of Eastern Star No. 6, Titus. _
Sandra Barker, Kathy Pannell, are a credit to the community as given a gift. n
Diana Barker, Ruth Ann Cunningham well es to the school. ville. Including from Eau Gallic, WASH & WEAR REG. 5.99 LADIES 100% COTTON
Liz Casey, Leslie Virtue, Darlene The past Worthy Advisors present
Ester Kidwell, Nancy The speaker for the eveningwas Mayo, Anne Willard and Theresa at the meeting were also SLACKS L ( $
McCarty, Dee Eppling, Dreama Dr. Pauline Fertsch of the Thomas, these Rainbow Girls honored, they were Annette $4.99 DUSTERSCompare $$1aOO
Miller, Opel Pannell and Barbara Brevard County Guidance and Northcutt, Sandy Trimble, Vir
65% Dacron 35% Cotton
Thythological Clinic. She told of
Murry. ginia Kloss, Marsha Trimble and
method of external heart com at 1.99
the operations and procedure of Adrienne Bornholdt
Bakas Visitors the clinic, located in Cocoa. A pression and rescue breathingon Many Patterns To Chooso From
a life-size dummy.Rcfieshmcnts Many of the members received

Captain and Mrs. Alan J. question! and answer period were served in their 3rd. perfect attend LADIES' REG. 1.99BLOUSES LADIES REG. 2.99 T.-V.
followed her talk.
and the cafeteria following adjourn ance pins and several received
Bakas children, Billy, Larry,
Mr. Brown spoke of the
Alain and Tommy, back in the be held ment. other pins. E S $ SLIPPERS S
U.S.A. after three and half 'Spring Carnival' to We had visitation from the $1.00Roll $$1.66]
March to dark
21 from ,
Vero Beach Assembly, the Mother
years in the Azores (SAC), visited Sheave and Sleeveless Leather Sole and Heel
of the and
giving a games Advisor, Mrs. Minda Shaw
at the home of Mr. arid Mrs.B. activities Volunteer I If you have rental I
e planned. and several of her girls.
W. Baka,on Garden 5t. workers to make housing list It in J
are sought help A social hour followed a large
The grandparents were especially the carnival a success. The Star-Advocate! birthday cake and punch being;
happy to greet two-year-old If
Mr. Busby then asked for a served
for the first time. REG. 1.99 to 2.59
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" B Wednesday, March 4, W4/ Tlhjsvllle (PUrUa) Star Adveaal. Pap l des and will be for everyone Plant were mad! for the Enter Whlddea of' Eau Cattle; Mr tad! Betiley and Mr\ and Wr. 3 0 Frances Hudson, at Norfolk, \1rginia -
who wishes to attend Then on Sunrise Service and breakfast !Mrs Ralph Taylor and family, Beasley and son, John, all of Air Harris[ returned last&
Happenings Friday night: at 7.30: p.m., there held each year at the church. Joe Nelle, Allen Cheryl l Rose- Winter Park; Mr. and :Mri. A. R. Monday' while! Mrs. Harris continued
will be services at the church. After adjourning, the host and anne and Scotty of Titusville; Mr Timmcrman and Rev. and Mrs. to Klnll port, Torn. to vuit
: These meetings are not just for hostess. Mr. and Mrs Roland and Mrs Robert Booth and family Joseph Boatwright and children, her mother, Mrs Margaret: Kit
: I bArS the ladies, but for all that are In- Webb, were surprised with a Pam, Linda and Randy of Joe, Andrea and Bryan of Slims\[ ; ron.
Troop 360 Holds BanquetBy terested in our Home !Missionary house warming, having just re Titusville; !Mr and Mrs E. P. and of course Rev. It C. Beas
work. Gently moved into their new Booth of Tilusvillc; Mr. Joe Icy'. Inez husband couldn't I millS Mr and Mrs. Jack tulle iH
home at the trailer park. Refreshments Miller. Titusville, Mr and Mrs this celebration Besides the host daughter. [Debbie win callul +toEvtmsvillc
Mrs. Gladys McLtndon Weblo Den. Danny Kimble graciously served the fighting W. S. C. S. Meets l was served to about Joe Booth and children, Larry. and hostess Sarah and lloyt, Indiana, at the fit l I th
The Blue and Gold Banquet of \\cblo Badge; Charles Frye, firemen hot coffee Saturday The Woman Society of Christ. 15 members of the class, and( a Teresa, and Cathy of Slims Mrs. were their three children, Kathy, of Mr John Ale hie, uncle of .Id. .
Cub Scout Troop 360 of Slims Weblo Badge; Dennis Hardin. morning, as they fought fire at ian Service of the Mims Methodist wonderful evening of Christian Colleen Lea and son Bruce of Kerry and. grandchildren: of and, Arthur Miller Jr both )1. (
was held Thursday evening, Feb. Weblo Badge; Odell Kaiser. Web the Dixie Hotel. When the fire- Church will observe the fellowship was enjoyed by all. Silica\ ; Mrs. Rtibara Andersonand Rev and Mrs. Beasley. Mints\!
27th, at Mims Methodist educational lo Badge, and Gene Duff Weblo men returned back to their station 25th Anniversary of the entire daughter Kreya. of Mont
building Slims Methodist Badge. Tbe evening came to a in Slims, breakfast was wait- W.S.C.S. on March\ 8th at 3 p.m.In Home Town Reunion \crde and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ptrtonalt Mr !Norman' Scott of Vermont
Church sponsors the troop. close with committee chairman, ing for them at the fire house, the? church sanctuary. Following Saturday night: Fib 29th was Yeomans and children, Terry, Mr. and. Mrs: Ray DC Loach of and. Mr E. II lewis of Andover<
The meeting opened with sal Bill Williams giving an interest which sure tasted good aftc- so the program a tea will be the time and the home of !Mrs Jerry, and Chtrjl I of Titusville\ H. KiistU: Virginia;: announce the Mass. were visitors last week of
ute to flag Den No. 2 led flag ing talk on 'Giving Purpose to much work so early In the morn held in the Educational Building Colt-en lea on the Old Dixie was birth of a baby girl m Friday Mr. and, Mrs I I. A. Holder of Tl-
ceremony Star Spangled Bannerwas Your Child's Life", concluded by ing and was certainly appreciated All Women of the church are invitcd the place where family and Lop Year Birthday afterniH, Feb 28th. She weighed timilloMr .
played on record. The Flag the Cub Scouts singing "Good by the men. friends met for a genuine hometown Mrs. II C. Beasley of Clear 5 Ib and 13 01 The little miss
was held before a fan representing Night Cub Scouts". get: .to'gether. Long time fake was honored with a birthday had not born named at this time. and MM ('. 1 I.. Newton and
the breeze and a red light Week of Prayer Class Mwflng and Surprise Party residents of La Belle, now livingin supper at the home of her daughter She Is their second. daughter, girls;: visited in Jacksonville' this
was flashed on and off to represent Girl Scouts Meet This being the Anne Armstrong The Friendship Class of the this area, enjoyed a basket : and son-in.law, Sarah and and her mater Debbie is now past wrckl'nr'lIh! Mrs. Newton's
bombs bursting In air. Troops No. 922 and No. 938, Home Mission WeeK of Prayer, Minis Methodist Church held its supper of good;: food and an eve llo>.t M al'k. After a delicious three years old. Mr*. James parents> Mr and Mra. L. II.
Prayer was offered by Rev. under the leadership of Mrs Robert there will be several services at monthly meeting at the home of ning of reminiscing about old meal with all the birthday trim Bozeman mother of Mrs. Do- Inman.
Lloyd Mullis Rcdgate and Mrs Gayle Pen the First Baptist Church of Mims Mr. and Mrs. Roland Webb times back home. mings, !Mrs Bcasloy. Inca as we Loath has gone to be with them
The room and tables were decorated nington combined their troop Thursday morning at 9:30: in the Teacher of the class Is Mr Lyle Those enjoying tho evening all know her enjoyed opening her for awhile. Mr and Mrs R. J. lronh! : vu
with red, white and blue meetings, Thursday, Feb. 27th, Church Wednesday evening Duff Mrs. Lloyd Mullis led the wire Mr and Mrs Francis Twit gifts and showing them to the itt'il, last. weekend with Mr and
a statue of( liberty was placed In for their 'Thinking Day Pro prayer service will be conductedby devotional and Mrs. Roy Run (lr) and girls: Patti, Ann and Joy following. (folks that helped her Mr and Mrs Ernest Harris !MM Hay Andrews on the West>
the center of each den table. Red gram'. February being the I the Women's Missionary Cir ions class president, presided of Apopka; !Mr and Mrs John celebrate Mr and. :Mrs L L recently visited i I her later\ Mrs. Coast
carnations were made by the
mnoth for --- --
collection of "Dimesfor -- ---- ---- ---- -
boys for the mothers and red Daisys", Girl Scouts around
boutonnieres were made (for the the world join their thoughts together .
fathers. on this day.
Cub Master Bill Ilardin Intro Juliette Lowe started 'dimes
duced honored guests. Rev. and for Daisys" also started the girl RIVER LANESBREVARD SHOPAND MILLION DOLLAR
Mrs Lloyd Mullis, Mr. and Mrs. scouts In Savannah, Georgia In
Bill Williams, Mr. Lawrence 1912. The "Dimes for Daisys"are COUNTY'S NEWEST MODERN
Ewen, Mr. Pat O'Neal and Mr. used in her honor, to help BOWLING & BILLIARD. CENTER
Charles Murphy. start new troops. During their LOOK
Chicken, potato salad, baked program they had the flag cere
beans, relish trays, rolls, coffee, mony, the promise and laws re
tea and home made colorfully pealed by candle light O and
I patriotically decorated cakes Mrs. Gayle PennIngton presented D HI /
served. ar
were scout pins to two of her
Appreciation for service was girls from troop No, 938, Mary SAVEINDIAN VALUE
given and expressed by Mr. liar- Peebles and Lynn Bolton. I N TOWNSNACKBAR
din to Ed Hupton, award chairman They sang their girl scout
; R. O. Hunt, treasurer; songs, and listened to the story on in This Pair
Rufus Sharpe, outdoor chairman; Juliette Lowe, given by Karen of Matched Rings
Bill Kimble WEBLO Instructorand Kimble. The meeting adjourned AT I.,
assistant Cub Master; and and approximately 50 girls enjoy. '
active den mothers Mrs Ed. Hop-- ed a weiner roast, prepared for
ton; !Mrs Joe Lee Walker, Mrs. them by their troop leaders and i
Charles Roof, Mrs. Odell Kiser; Mrs Hubert[ Blair Mrs W C bif Priil1cfNever
and !Mrs C. W. Frye and Den Griffith, and Mrs David Myers
Chiefs Howard Mattcson and
Steve Lewis. Possible den mothers Skill Days (. ;...
were mentioned being Mrs. Roger Saturday March 7th will be such values asWith,: famous
Dooley and Mrs Ottis Livingston. 'Skill Day.' This is the day the 1 A*
: Asst District Commissioner, Cadct Girls will teach the Jr Priscilla diamond ring*. They give
Lawrence Ewen gave a brief talk Girls some of the skills, such as FEATURES
the million dollar
on his experience of being officiated your rings lookyou'll
fire building, knot tieing, and THE BOWLERS SPECIAL
into the scouts by the organizer first aid. For this meeting the cherish for
of boy scouts, Sir Robert girls will go to Blarney Castle, Dotmonlco Steak, hath brown or f. tried p ta- RIVERPLAZA years.
toes, hug salad bowl with choice of .ii.
Baden Powell, in Beverly, Eng from 9 a.ln. until 3 p.m. .
Dressing . . .. $2.25
land in 1907. Boy Scouts of America (
M"4"tCD '10 00
was formed in 1910 and their Girl Scout Week RIVER LANE SPECIAL
first sponsor was the YMCA. Sunday March 8th, starts Girl '/4 Lb. Ham & Swiss Cheese On Rye, Potato ON1YOther JL tl "%
There were no cub scouts at that Chips A Kosher Dills 75c
Scout Week. Girls will attend
Sets From
$25 td
time. churches of their choice or In Charcoal Hamburger 55c
A skit was given by den No. groups, all sitting together and
3 entitled "What Makes a Cub wearing their uniforms. OPEN BOWLINGFREE Bee Jewelers
llopton presented tlm following Doubt Birthdays BOWLING A BILLIARDS
awards. Den No.1Gtnrge) Allen Judy and Joan Red atf', twin INDIAN RIVER SHOPPING PLAZA RT. 50 INDIAN RIVER CITY Indian River Plaza 257-3397 Indian River City
I 1 yr. pin; Bill llopton, Bear, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 800 ORLANDO RD.-267-7118-TITUSVILLE. FLA. "The Store With A Conscience"
Ricky Smith, 2 yr pin. Den No. Redgate of Spruce Hills/ were
:2: Steve Taylor, gold arrow and 8 years old Monday,' March 2nd.
1 yr. pin; Gary Walker, lion, gold Because they had to go to school
arrow, and 2 yr. pin; Scotty Som- that day, they celebrated the big OPEN
rset, 1 silver arrow and 2 yr. day on Sunday afternoon. Decorations INDIAN RIVER sfSIy: ;:

pin, Jacob Roof, 2 yr. pin; Robert were pre-Easter, and .
Tanner, 2 yr. pin; Mike Hunt, games were played with prizes DAYS 9AM-9PM EAGLESTORES
2 yr. pin, Mrs. Joe Lee Walker, being won by Belinda Ho wen.
2 yr. pin; Mrs. Charles Roof, 2 Robin Ward Carolin Oakcs and 7 (Rexall) DRU G S SUNDAY
yr pin Den No.3. Steve Judy Jobe. The girls received NITES I 9AM-8PM
Bridges, 2 yr. pin, gold arrow and many nice gifts Miniature Easter INDIAN RIVER PLAZA RT 50 I. R. C
silver arrow, Roger Dooley, silver baskets were presented! to the s r 0 S COMPANY
arrow and 2 yr pin; Wayne guests, also cake, ice cream, I VO-5 VO-5 .
Dooley gold arrow; Lynn Cow- popcorn and punch was servedto
art, 1 yr pin (not present); Mike Becky and Susan Layton, HAIR SPRAY Ut; $$1.39 SHAMPOO r.Bf;s $$1.24 Indian River Plaza 5c1,0 $joo' STORE
Dailey 2 yr pin; Stewart Bump- Adair Bridges, Susan Williams, Indian River 0
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Leon Livingston a Bob Cat Pin; Sue McNcaly, Mimi Kahn, and 250 Count
and Frank Flake a Bob Cat pin; Kathy and Patricia, sisters of the RESTAURANT SPECIAL SternoCANNED MATERNITY
C. W Frye 2 yr. pin Den No. HEAT
4 Eddie O'Neal, lion badge, and Mims Firtmon's AuxiliaryThe F. Fries Vegetable Salad, tilt
Mrs Bill Hardin, one jr pin. Fireman's Auxiliary most Rolls & Butter Coffee or Tea y I it J Cooking WEARPedal
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Page 4 Tltuivllle (Florida) Star Advocate Wednesday March 4, '1944
Parkway Eighth Graders Lose

ti J1Jl nY I First Athletic Event 01 Year

"Uw Parkway's Junior High Eighth!: ; grade: team, won their sixth came:
l6 grade team lost \their first basketball of the season Saturday night[ from
game in two seasons Saturday Satellite 2517.
night to Satellite 39-34 The Seventh graders led 9.3 at
The freshmen also lost but the the end of the first period, 12.4 m
Seventh trade won. the second and 18.5 at the end of I

After leading throughout the the third quarter.
)1tnee" Records Broken game, Satellite took the )Jeaf In I
McMasters with
Ras4e tatahia Spa) Mar During the closing moments on a brief Scorers were
I, McClure 5. Parker S, Feagan 2,
scoring[ spree, that was. enoughto
You won't believe this either, however, here goes.I push them I ahead. Katliff 2, Zimmerman 2, Ever-
hart 2, Poff 2, Coffey 1, Pickering
have the worst luck of practically any one person a- Parkway's eighth was leading
and 1. Coffy, Parker
1 Stephens
8.3 at the' end of the first quarter
round.Mothers are always howling: because of one reason or Terrier Track VictoryA 19.6. halftime and 26.24 at the end and Poff. led Parkway on rebounds -

another, but this time, it was something completely dif of the third period.
ferent Satellite's' Ninth grade team '1
Along( with being! the Eighth
No one was complaining except me. edged past Parkway's Ninth, 49-
lanky Eau Gallle junior won one relay Eau Gallia' had the .. graders' first basketball loss in j
Eau Gallie
team was disqualified ((0) Time :223! .conchawl
of the finals of the 44 after the Pirates had tied thi Ij
Saturday night ,
course, was Group broke a state high record ) lEa .
jump three first places and won the when the anchor Callo yard run. hurl ( ) Hoc.echel two years, it was their first defeat -
7, Class AA basketball playoffs and Titusville was playing here yesterday afternoon but It man r iril: ), It.am IT). Smith (IT). scare, 3': 11 at the end of the
other two relays. Oviedo had one way ran out of the proper lane Tim: :ails: mlnuiriSprint in any sport in two yean.
Cocoa. We managed:( to show-up at the two previous tilts, wasn't enough for his team as the first place. and had shoulder. medley relay Eau OallleJenktn No one knows for sure how third peuParkway
a to-shoulder .. .
against Satellite Thursday and Vero Beach, Friday, and we Titusville High track team won a In addition to Calloway's track- rush for the tape with Titusvllle's Tliunvllle< Moody Tim: Houwr 1:10.: Calloway), many contests in football basketball was trailing 12.9 at f-
had planned to see the finals, which could have been the triangular meet with Eau Gallie 2 "'Y"d dash 0"i. ((0). Nelman .- and track the team has won,
breaking record, Tltusvlllc'sMaury Hadaway IT). Boykln (cEO,. Rots (T'). the end of the first quarter, and2J.19
most important sports story of the year if Titusville had and Oviedo under a bright Florida ( Roberts, who took fourth The meet was opened on a successful Tim Mile. 24.7 ....on(l.. but school officials know, they at the half before tying It
upset Cocoa. relay Eau Oallle (Jenkln
sun place In the mile in the state!! note when Sandy Loveless Miller, Nail.. Akin). Tltuavlll had never lost t a game. 3131 at the end of three( quart.
While at home, Saturday evening about 7.15: Clive Calloway, who won the meet last Time( : a:314 minute. .
we re- year, broks the local a transfer student, took first Parkway was playing without ers Leading the Pirates In scoring
ceived a call of a bad accident on U. S.1 1, South, that could high jump in the state meet lust track record for the mile with a in the 120.yard high hurdles, KOI( :Pole, Height vault : 11 Wynn(eel. (T). Houur Lee Ttfertiller a key player who were Preston Grimm with 13,
involve( a fatality. Since we would be heading in that direction year with a leap of S' 3", eisll/ neat 4:35.7.TltuavWe: duplicating his winning performance )Illuh jump Callowav, (EO) Ah- broke his foot during a recent Kahn 12, Roberts 6, Caley 8,
soared! over *' 4" on his second art ,.:0). Haln (IT). W...t
to attend the it
not out of the
game, was way to stop took all field events, of last week in a meet with Hnlfht: a feel 4 Inches practice Cooper 4, and Evans 1, Leading
and grab a couple of fast pictures of the accident. with the exception of the high DeLand and Florida Military. nroad, Jump Wynn, IT). Ream Paul Loud and Brian McA han rebounder was Kahn
Qoui-e (10) an I Hoy kin (EU),
We stopped by the Star-Advocate office around 7.30; and Jump. Dean Lotz won the shot!( The ...."".' i loci for third Dlnlance 18 feet, S each had seven points for Park- The Ninth graders were play.
picked up the camera and several rolls of film and made a Reynolds took the discus! and Bnykln l.'u high I :OI.hurdle Heaaley* (0)Lorelei. LoU IT((IT)).. lnrh Dlnciu.. Rejrnoldi *TI). Lots (IT). way; while Harvin Clark scored Ing without two of their first,
bee line down U. S. I. It took about 20 minutes to take the 'Paul Wynn won both the pole Time yard 17.5 .daifr eonnililuo -. Calloway (EO). Inch Murphy... (10)). Dlnlance till feet. 9 4, Scraggs 4, Edwards 4, Nobles stringers, DeViese who broke a
pictures and grab some information and I was ready to head C vault and broad jump. Moody (rt0), Toney IT). and Had $hot Put 'Lota for Cocoa. So I away (IT) and Can (la.O: lied for (IEU. Reynold IT .
Jim < ) Dlntancei
thought. Savage local for : 43
reporter Wynn added a victory in the fourth. Tim:: 10.5 ..""n.lo.. feel, 8 I...<:h.... Cocoa John Hall's Seventh who broke an arm Friday.
the Miami Herald, was also with me, and consequently, he 180 yard low hurdles to take three Mlle Robert (T). Dan Mock ------
had to rush back to the office in hopes of getting the story 1 first places for the day. (EC 4 IKO).).Doa Tlnui Mock 4:457< : (mlnutoa EO). Peterson
in for Sunday's edition So, I drove him back to the office, Moat exciting race of the day so" Relay Tltunvllle (Toney( ,,
waited a couple of minutes, and decided to head on for Cocoa 'e b was the 880.yard relay, which the (ado Wynn.. Time Nleman 1:38.2: and mlnutca Hailaway. ), Ov 9"f r 1J1m eI OW'' 6mJliJItd Jt 'Ptia..Cet tI
since we both had difficulties obtaining information Terrier team composed of P.el-. 1440 yard run Kllllp IT), Miller 1 1All
(}:O). Ilelhorn (Of.) Hadaway, (IT ,
concerning the wreck. It must have been about 8:20: or so, man, Wynn, Toney and Hadaway Tim... Mt o"Gonda.lv ) :
to when Cocoa.I left his office and again bounded U. S. 1 on my way won by a nose As It turned out, leaa) IT low), hurdle lioykUl) EU Wynn). Thompson(T). Love. SECOND TIRE

This time, I was held .\up because of traffic. -_.' ,.ems......-- ....

I happened to remember, the last two pictures taken on Mawry Roberts 1 v 'I

the 12 shot roll, the flash gun didn't work. So, while trudge I 1/2 OFF
ing down the highway at an un-normal rate of speed, I try and \then mad one attompt '. ,
turned on the electronic strobe in an attempt to see if the at I' 5", stopping after that to "
flash would work. lave his strength for other .. I

What did I tell you. Just my luck it wouldn't wink a events. f 'ti I
bit. Calloway completely wiped out ; ,
Well, I was almost to Cocoa the record on the local track, surpassing .
8.45: the game was probably t
) starting in the fourth quarter-I decided to keep going. it by six inches. I
I drove in front of the gymnasium at exactly 2 minutes But the Terriers used .ver (11 ]
before nine. team strength for their MVt e
a t I t ''I'Ir
Sounds coming out of the building were sort of quiet, points to 68v for Eau GaBie and 11' {! i ie
until I heard about 500 people singing Cocoa's alma mater, 19 for Oviedo i t- r 1 t
and knew immediately, the Tigers had won again. They came up with six J first' : 1. I I
So, I just piled back in the car, and drove on down the places in Individual' events, andRECEIVES

road, satisfied with one thing, I had some good accident ., e
shots, and that could be more important to the paper than 1 1r

the game, but not for me. er .
Monday morning, bright and early, I came strolling in :;' .. # I
the office, waiting for everyone to lay, "Man. you sure got l'' ( ( I 4 e e s e

some good pictures of the accident.!* Instead, here's what I -r .. I
I heard "What happened to your wreck shots?" ,e X1ujIAwla.w ; Sizes Compacts to Big Cars'

Somehow, a setting on the camera that is supposed to be av s BLACKWALLS -,
never moved, got moved. All I had showing on the negative WHITEWALLS
was white light. No image whatsoever. I .... TUBELESS -

Despite efforts, to take pictures of the wreck, and attend
the game, I spent four hours Saturday night, doing k \\-1 BLACKWALLS WHITEWALLS
nothing. 1 missed the game and I might as well have missed SIZE
Tubeless Tubeless
the wreck, too because Tubed-Type
I had no pictures to even prove i
I was present. let 1 Tire 2nd Tin Ut Tire Sod Tire let Tire 2nd Tir lit Tire 2nd Tue

Coach John Gaines, the Florida High School Activities fi 6.00.13'18.15 s 907 121.6510.O2 -
Association and others connected with high school and 6.5O-13 19.as 8.52 u ,,22.75 11.37 .. -
collegiate football can now unfurl their sails and quit wore I 75O14eoo14: :;- 21.80 1080:" u .. 29.30 _ia.eo -- ..
rying about their competition. 24.95 12.47 .. .. 28.4 14.22 -- ..

Pete Rozelle, commissioner of the National Football ) 8.50.14 27.351 1307 .- .. 30.85 10.42_ -- ..
league: said Tuesday, there would be no televising of NFL V./t 6.70157.1O15- 21.80 20,90'18,3019.16'' 25.30 _12.85'21.8 |610.90

games on Friday night during the 1964 season. iI 24.95 12.47 23.25 11.52 28.45 14.22 26.75 J3.37Ji8

The argument, raised mostly by high school and college I 76CM5_ 273525.4012.
iate coaches, was that the televising of .. ..
Friday night games 8OO-15 30.50 18.20 34.OO 17.OO 31.50 1O.7O
would definitely put an attendance damper on local sports, I .) ') ) I M 20-15 .. -. 34.10 17.OO -- ..
endangering them ...
financially. -
Their letters of protest evidently had some effect. I I.r .#0 .._ ___ .... .' PLUS TAX ON ALL TIRES... NO TRADE-IN NEEDED

This we! are proud of, although there's nothing that ,..'. Buy on Budget Terms..TAKE MONTHS TO PAY \
says the NFL, or any other league cannot come back next BREAKS STATE RECORD-Clive Calloway is shown
year and try the same thing. ....t soaring the bar K rev '
---, '. ....f' over at Titusville High School yesterday
football. Maybe they'll realize in order to hire a professional ,1 "" and breaking the State high jump record for Class A 4 '

player, needs to have experience. More than ,- .;. schools with a heighth of 6'4". The tall lanky senior won f
sandlot:competition. Those days are now =. the state title last at 6'3", also a ?
:., ; : gone. Presently, I year Calloway broke the
..... .or .
---.J "''H f' Lilt:' nations imest athletes'who' come'out of -;;:.... .--..;- THS track record which was 'lO"-S.A( Photo). ,
colleges) and universities, who played school football at one HANDOFF Had- -
time or another. away, one of Coach Don God.

I local At least, they considered the fact that it would hurt win's all.around men on the track:
sports. team, receives a handoff frpm.
Neiman during the last I leg of the

Three Events Here On Friday. 880 School relay yesterday.at Titusville Hadaway lligh:out TAYLOR'SAUTO ORIENTAL

ran Eau Gallie's speedy Clive
Friday will bo "a11
an rtsday" The
at Tituivlll tennis team will play Calloway, as the Terriers picked
Beginning at 3 p.m. the their' first match of Hie season up their second straight meet'ofthe UPHOLSTERY 'n ,
T rri.r track tam will? hoat today at Satellite Beach. season.(S-A Photo)%; DECORATOR

the defending Class A itt 1027 SOUTH HOPKINS AM 7.1170
champion Sibrtz, followed avN't
by a batebtll game with Stttl. DOC RACING EXCLUSIVE SALES AND SERVICE
life Beach, and a tennis match LAMP!

the their Ttu'! opening ville track two meets team, while won ARO CONVERTIBLE TOPS a : Y,4; Ideal for Den. Playroom) Bee.pka .

baseball Ham
was tromped 8:10NIGHTLY: 'a Room. TV Room.. Etc
M in Cocoa 1
last I

Tennis Team OpensAt ,k Except Sunday CONVERTIBLES NOW ONLY

Satellite Today M AT IAN I C C f SATURDAY FRIDAY $5990 $ 969 $7990 only I -

Titusville High School tennis VI A I L L 3 lie 2 P. M.

team will play their first match MARATHON MATCH RACE FRIDAY NIGHT j S.. Th... Before You
of the season today In Satellite (Economy Vinyl) (AreNa Vinyl l) (Vinyl 4-Ply)
and then return to THS Friday INTERCITY MATCH RACE i ?4 Buy AnywheralU .
for a game with Melbourne. SATURDAY MARCH 7 I


would be missing James Dieterle, GLASS ENCLOSED HEATED GRANDSTAND $15 TO $30 OFF COST!
a senior starter, who is recuperating LUXURIOUS CLUBHOUSE
from an ear operation. THURSDAY LADIES' NIGHT

Playing on the team will be "Where the Ten Sorryl Dog I N.Run Minor_ "Rain f er Shin, ARO Convertible Tops are made to De- 109 HOPKINS $

Boyd Wessinger, Chip Sturchio, troit Specifications All Guaranteed Corner Oreng* ,
Jimmy Mathison, John Pools. and i 267-4150 .rr.ti'
Fred Thompson. Some As Long as 36 r I Appliance
Months ? Sporting Good*
Lawn i Garde

Good FI.hlng at ihfY.I: ; WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE: IR 1 u i IM -- Bicycles. Radio.TV

..l. and M.tars..kk. -n eh. tad I
..ft ilrlaka. AH ...... .! lit. bats Itwew.y LOW 'PRICES EASY TERMS TOP QUALITYtf7
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March 4, 1964 Tltusvile (Plor") Star. Advocate Peg. J 238. Lady Keglers Afrt !lervlce, Zlftl Mon Nite Mixers ataedlnas'rm' Noxtn 2 5n5 t".j 9

Ktamilnit IT.. ..... 11I.1.. .. < Thum :t. l I" 14
High Individual game: Bet .n.tt.,. Pius JI..W" IT II 111.11 Individual game: John Team :.re, a 11 U
' riow r of Distinction fl 21
CT. and BAll ', (Lust 199 Vera Wilson 117H'gh Naeelnale '."'." :: 51nsrter 218 PItarlck, 1116. w..pp.. ,, 144 15....
: AnifHeant :A9 p5 ; King a Osuch ; Shirley T .m 86e. tOr II iT
Star-Advocate SportsNEWS Burger"Kg'r'tea 81 81 !' Individual series: Ann w..ura. ,.Aute 5941 sa4niehare. lliall Individual series: John foura. J: n
Airee.tl 50 49M.ernr. Trim No 1/1/
O Davis.orr Kl.ctrontcthamtorf i f :ii Hclltmoer. 509; Vera Wilson!! AM'\ ".'ale" Oil 48 O..uch. 121'; Shirley Pltzrlclt 4S1I. Term "... 1 n't' 11II'
J.w.l"r.HlrvtU..Barao.ky. : 544. Ckerrydes Mobile nomri 474 444Psi. llIh : SO. Tin AXOC:- U alLEGAL
fJ :: Oreva Inn 44 44 team game: Team S. _

YankwtViol :494 454:: High team came: : Merrill' Cnna K..1: I Can. "'". 42 4354 :'. 711. I PADS Bit Supply 354
AND VIEWS 1'-1:..rm"B ('utter' able.' ter 41 slFlr.t
MOrUtln.-PairVy" :e4 :524} Acct Service 742 Nnunasl Ilnnk as 5$ mh team series: Turn Nn 2, each at Star.Adrocatt Office.

I Sir.L., A ae, .Melvin Wrlfhl g U High team series Merrill's Marks'I .:: 155511 Lsunga a :J" 514 59Chloe. 12511.


Wildlife Week Mar. 15-2011

Thomas W Needham of Ocala function to focus public attentionon Individuals and organizations indse SHIRT I .-
has been named state chairmanto the Importance of natural.. Interested In cooperating with the
direct the 1964 National Wild. source conservation and highlights Florida Wildlife Federation in
I life Week observance! in Florida specific conservation issues this effort to
important encourageall r
for the Florida Wildlife Fedcr ,
citizens to learn what they
I ation which joins with the Nat. This year the theme will be rjJ4t\ )
can do to provide Outdoor Recre
tonal Wildlife Federation in sponsoring "America Needs Outdoor Recreation
atlon needs for the future are urg
this annual conservation
Act Now to Provide for
ed to write Needham Box: 33 SALE (
education project March IS-21 the Future". Positive steps which \
Ocala for future Information
and throughout 1964.
can be taken by citizens and government
National Wildlife Week is held agencies on the local, Curtis Wilson, manager of the 'S
each year during the week in state and the National level to Merritt Island National Wildlife
which the first day of spring oc plan for the establishment of ad. Refuge and a member of the
curs and was first proclaimed by equate outdoor recreation facilities Bureau of Sports Fisheries and
President Franklin D Rooseveltin for the future will be emphasized Hatcheries department will cooperate / '!
1938 Since that time Wildlife during the 1964 observ in recognition and! distributing BOX OF /
Week has served as an important once according to Needham. educational material 1100

4 SHIRTS I onlyor t

Bowling NewsKoffoe II t t

Ice a
Classic Little's Tavern over Breedloves
League League
3-10; Magnolia Liquors over Gus
High individual game: Ellis High individual game: R. Bon Faulk Chevrolet 3-10; Firestoneover 299
I Holmes, 230; Mercedes Duncan, dorf, 247. Titusville Tile and Marble each
I 220:! High Individual seriesB: 2.1; Nova Cabinet Shop over .
I Crabtrce, 180 192 and 233 for Virginia Fried Chicken 3-0, Elk's 1J :
High individual series: Hazel 605. over Floorco, 3-0 .
Carlson, 565.
High team game. Nova Cabinet 4.841n.' Wne Lot
; Dacron Cotton
65' and 35'
High team game: Siesta Motel, Shop, 962. Llttln Tavern (VI 32
flu F.ulk Chevrolet 49 23
595. High team series: Magnolia R A E Shirt Lettering44 :!xHpaio Button-down Snap-tab or ,
951, 901 and 948, 2800. Painting Inc. 39''a 81!'4Huilwclncr
High team series: Lee's Southern 19 3J Regular Collar Styles ,
600 series: Burl Crabtree, 605; :Magnolia liquor 39 33
Boom, 1677. Tltu vlll.. Tile Tfrrniao 37 15 White and Pastels Short Sleeves
T Wallace, 60, J. Finn, 601. T A 0 Mimic ,17 3n
Edna Barn- R. Griffin 202 B Virginia Fried Chicken J7 15I
Splits converted: 200 games: ;
.(Urine* Ororcrv :M 811\ Sizes 14 to 17
osky, 310; Ellie Holmes, 3710; Crabtree 233; P. Smith 232, P. Nova Cabinet Chop Irt :M
B I?t Lust, 36; and Rosemary Fry 206; Siedel 212; O. K. Thick- Rlki Firestone: :81 T> 41 42

Vveun, 3-6 and 67.M'"aIIII. rey 200; 11. Seaman 213; F. Tltuivllla Auto., Part 2K 44 Men! Now I is the time to stock up on your short sleeve whit; dress shirts
.. Thurlow 212, R .Miner 233, C Rrrrdlov Texaoo 27 41Floorco :
11 45 Luxurious are.Cor dacron and blend
E Shirt Lettering 084' 28'/'" Gross 223; W Kunish 210, R. easy.t polyester requires
Justice Hornet 57V4 a6'hNieut '' little or no Choose from button-down: regular or snap-tab collar
Motel 65 33 Borsdorf 237; P. Brady 204; D. ironing
Flnt,1'.MnrtB western. alle Auto 54 64'. 34ffteel 33fPon DeSlover 200 and 205; F. Cart Fri. Nite Mixers styles and mix 'n match them in a box of four.
'a Tavern 61 84 wright 201; P. Huckleberry 203,
Room 6-4 35'4 High team series: C's and! n's. I
lee Southern
C. Lust
and 210
G. Shepherd 200 ;
Mailer Cleaners 47'4 40'1 2125; Burger King, 2102.
OeorgR Harley Riot. 4ri't 41\i1 202; B. Wallace 215; J. Finn 210
T Adair A O Beauty Muilo Shop 42 444. 4JVj 46 228; and B. Anderson 203. High individual series: Shep
Fat. Boya 4rt 48 Match results: a and E Shirt Shepherd 679; Bob Pasley, 823 aI I MEN'S DEPARTMENT
I E. Evans AIIIOC 3H 62
Daya Cleanera 3.T4 64 4 Lettering over T and G. Music, High team game. Burger King,
Atlantic Plumbing SO1* 5711 '310; Titusville Auto Parts over 763; C's and B's, 733
Helton Pontiac 29 59
Pltkelhley A Blfelow" LaGrange Grocery, 2.1;; Bud- High individual game:. George
Joyce Service Plumbing Mia 28 29 60 59 weiser over Space Painting 2.1; Koomjian 244; Shop Shepherd,

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Page I Tltutvlll (Florida, ) Star Advoeef Wednesday, March 4, 1 NN paper, .o that the various I

.. -- ......... _... ... ... .- -. .- .. George A. Martin Letters From Our ReadersEditor property owners who live on

? ""j Y: r: .; p...;;r.r: :: : Dies Here TuesdayGeorge 100Continued LaGrange Minny and the other

,\ From I'age 1)) : on coercion to the property streets bordering the propertyin
Andrew Martin, 75/of
f .' 1 : : t-; / owners, short of threatening&
1. .. ." '. ;!1' ';; ,<< 1209() Jones Street, died Tuesday cepted by Col George Finley, Many times in the past I have them with foreclosure question can read it and
... 4 J i1t t i.; ', -:' after a short illness. lie came head of Canaveral District, Corps thought of writing a letter to know that the facts have been
:, ; .n. .. .fr. here! 17 years ago from Bridgeport of Engineers; U. Wright Kearns, the editor, I read that portionof The various property owners misrepresented to them and that
.. ..,, ,' Paul Siebeneicher, John Nelson, have been told that if houses are they should attend the
# (' .. ; .' I Conn He was a veteranof the paper if nothing else Now zoning
,, .. I Ii '. ,\ ''fo.j. World War. I, a member of of NASA; Major James Clem of 1 have cause to do so I sin not built, there is a good possibility board meeting on Wednesday

.fM,'' ..: '... "r :. "" .. ..ft"N.: 1 St. Teresa's Roman Catholic Patrick AFB and Byron B, John eerily hope that this will be of a warehouse or a refinery night to assure themselves that

.<< '. '. Church and a retired chauffeur. ion of Norris Cattle Company, printed and you have my permission station being put on the the things they have been told

,:.., 1 :ro It. I ;; "tr' '.:'. ,1d No known relatives survived. and other dignitaries to use my name. property. are ,not so.Hopefully.

:w;. ""N: ."1- .. Y', : :. Rosery will be held at 8'o', Reservations may be made un- I sincerely hope that this let.ItEr yours,
;- ;;J:' til 5:00 today at the Chamber there has
? 1" : p m Recently been a will be
'" .r' 1'11. .7 clock tonight at Smith Chapel published in your Joseph H McCann Jr.
> t N'' .. J .j, of Commerce office!: by bn movement to rezone property on
Funeral will be held
.;A 1f.I .. .. mass
'f. .- qI It Inca and professional peiph cKs LaGrange Avenue, where I live
"' tomorrow at St. Teresa'sChurch.
'1, J: Irous of attending the banquet, This also: happened two
f. Interment will be in
: said Jack SchweinJierfi, exec ago and; was turned down. The WHAT IS
under direction
; .. utive
"" J;; I of Smith Funeral Home. manager. same area is in question now,
1 .. ; that on) the east side of Lagrange -
;; .. .d'. ., AIt Pallbearers will be members of
.:' / fI' r aa ,' the American Legion Post No PLANContinued and the north side of CHRISTIAN SCIENCE !
-- '
--1 1 with: Legion honors at the Minny street.A
( From Page 1))
4 a AY. Many who are not Christian Scientists feel that
graveside: that group of people are attempting this religion I It making a vital contribution to the
division regulations, feeling to have the vacant moral and spiritual well,being of the nation. Do
: NORTHCUTTContinued there was no need for the form. land rezoned: to allow building of you know why?
t cr with consolidation accomplhh-
the multiple dwelling type houses You are Invited la com to I 'frto, public lecture
.I cd and for the latter because
lq ( From Those that have been proposed and learn for yourself what Christian Science
Page 1))
proposed in the
to many of the homeowners are I U and how it can help you gain freedom from
j than Military Relations( Council first study would be sufficient tin, ticknets, and limitation' Pint Church of
of the
bmiill t type, not what a
t.J which Is composed of the civic The planning and zoning good leUJrntiai section should Christ ore entitled, Scientist: : Tituivlllt, Invitee you to this Uct

leaders of Drevard County and board has been following the proposed have.

: the Command of Patrick AMI new zoning regulations in
... The purpose of the council Is to making decisions for rezoning In addition to this these pto "Man Unlimited"William

SPLENDID KING Splendid indeed is Lee, two authentic Chinese Junks sailed provide a means of closer coordination for the past several meetings, pie have stated that they have Henry Alton of New York. N, Y.
the description of the Wing Wong as she into Titusville Marina last week and were and discussion of It Is expected that adoption of the permission! of the Mayor to

sits at Titusville Marina, sails billowing visited by hundreds of Titusville resi- mutual problems, Bob has attend.ed the new zoning portion of the use his name, and that he is behind .

in the Indian River breezes Wing Wong, denU.-(S-A Photo). every monthly meeting but planning program by the council them. In talking with the 8 P. M. Thursday, March 5th

which means Splendid King, and the Hi one since 1958. will be of great help to realtors mayor this date he denied this,

Since October, 19G1 he hd< been and developers, since it will and stated that he was not for FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Deputy Tax Assessor of Urevard help guide them In property it, and that, if anything he wan
Junks Look Out Of Place On 1e Re County, except for a period of sales, etc against it. Corner of Pine Si. and Hopkins Ave., TitusvllU

July to December 1JB3 when
In addition to this, they have
Clark Maxwell, tax assmcor, elite Beach. used high pressure that borders All Arc WelcomeChristian
TItusvIlle was somewhat Q<'I'on.Ue.sea voyage from walls lire decorated with masttr loaned him to the Brevard County A graduate of the Air force

aghast eurly Friday afternoon as their: native !Hong Kong, to the. fill handcarved murals School Board to assist in looting Institute of Technology and Industrial I

two Chinese junks quietly but Grand Hahama bland, via the The two vessels "took on" approximately much needed future school tiles College of the Armed Too Late To ClassifyLOST No Collections Science are lecture taken No are obligation for the public of any kind Th.y It art Involvedby frto

elegantly slid into Titusville inland waterway! route, 300 curious towns Northcutt and his wife, tlu [former Forces, Hob is a member of the ------ attending Lectures last one hour and are delivered by mtm I
Correct The the first to ever Mary Jane Finkner and their Institute of Sciences. He is of Th Christian
Marina and tied up at junks Space BLACK AND: WHITE male miniature berg Scitnct Board of Lectureship of The Mother
Craft wharfs for fuel. fill their sails in the Bahamas, people during their visit to the four sons, William, Robert E Jr., currently president of the bate!. Fox) Terrier with crook in Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist! in Boston Mais,

'The junk were enroute from will be permanently based at local "port"'. Gregory.. and. George, live at Sat- lite Beach Lions Club, his tail hone 2673211
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the Grand Bahama Hotel and .
Jdctiboimllc: where they had
Country Club. They will take I
bun unluaded recently alter an
hotel guests on picnic excursions

1' 711k. tlHlllT (vtlH or TIU and mch(seeing trips, STORE HOURS: 10 A M TO 9 P M. SORRY NO MAIL\ OR PHONE ORDERS'!
.a.lu .t."tltL llltl.r 1. The 34'10" vessels, commonin
Alb FUR .Ie..u". luLa'll,
.OICIU.t Far Eastern seas, ore valuedat I
11"11DAkN1"T $20().000 each Made of elaborately -
'; IUIITU PlaintiffIVirr carved mahogany, with '

LOU BWITH teak decks, the junks were cus FABRIC SALE !
Defendant torn.built at Junk Bay near the marC/
MIIICI'; O* Kill
TO: UFTr: LUll UMHH WBOM village of (Hang Hau, Hong Kong,
reddeaca aDd ailuieM ale for the Bahama interests, The

TAK.I'MJIICIS!: THAT A HUIT names, Wing Wong, meaning
bu beeD tiled "ltl"u fOil h. !h.
Nil..in Judicial insult la and for Splendid King" and III Lee,
lircvird Couuly: lurltla. and you 'Beautiful Set', are lettered in
am hereby aun montd, ordered, and
required to file your writ,.. Au gold on the stern, the letters Crisp New 45" Wide Famous NameSPORTSWEAR
ewer 'Ir oeleuwu to the Complaint: -
set In beautiful carved woodwork
flied herein axaintt you lu the -
above mailed CHUM In the ofllcol ,
the (;meta. of the circuit Court; Inand
her Uraviril Co.nlYorhl.\ *, at The cabins of the decorative PRINTS COTTON PRINTS
his office In the Court: UUUM In
'1'lIu.vllI.. liievurd County, tlurtUui traCt are' quite elaborate, with

A.l>or. WM Imloi: und use to:and eerie. day a ut copy April of nice kitchen, equipment, a neat er ,; / ,,3" 36" to 45" wide colorfast All-cotton easy-care prints .

ii ich Aniiw or .,.reD.... uuun Com, I and compact 'head'" plus accomoddtions prints on cotton poplin, sail. small florals and conversation
\\ .Iu/I. I'lull lift a.turney heiI '< da'e
t .,. .. huj.. IICI"' ... It Jju North to sleep four Thei l cloth and other sportswear prints The extra width gives
Aiminulla, 1A, Orlando, 'I"'I'a I on A It' .
cr "uifiro. null Cute' If You tad, tuUo I\i: TIIK <"n 1 IIr CUI< lIT ot 'in *; e fabrics excellent to mix 6 7e yd. you an additional value bon 5 7e ydS .
10, |JH.no: Pro>> Confo: u will :MN I 'III '"II Die I Ihi. II IKI I IT, INtM
"e eut.r.d "alllal you for the relief : > I-OH Illl*.t.tlllD ( ItlNTlMIHIIM and match with solid tones us''!
demanded. In the tomplHlnl a S
lOU Alta H'UTIIkH' : NOTlOlbD: < II tC'.K"U.: : SHH IDtlllACB
that the nature of the cult Ii a a lit \ ;/! CLLMLNltf; !: : l"A

for from dlv the rte l>,,mairlmonll l,,nlant, art a for vlnculo the VHKOY!!. Via lullrf Assorted Group of Slightly IrregularDACRONCOTTON
temporary nil permanent circa id T. CLEMLNTS
custody. of the mini, children. Defendant
AilulH.. Deborah. Kuy Smith, Joailulimn MUM! Y'It) .tl'i'r\it >
.It dnilh: and June Marie TO: Itoy I-'. elfmdituc MIRACLE BLENDS POPLIN
Hinllhlh Mn A In Clvmenta, sat
name of the Court In which c'a Cease Wo <1lII.b..p r t e
tile cull hue been In.lltuleU l IiLtrcwt II.illuw dead W...*.town i 45"wide dacron/cotton rte
Court of the Nlnlh JudiclalClreuil hquale. rnimylvanln a 45"; wide a crisp blend of

H..rlU,In and and the for Lrtvlaled Unvard County till.. of, Crate You Cl are..inenia hereby hat n fil.'.tlfled'd cult that In. et't p a l shantungs, oxfords, piques 65'i! dacron polyester / 35'c
4 +
lhla l caUM .U IIAKMblT.. SMITH. thin (lourl .iklitf a dlvori.. and
't woven stripes; rayonsilktextured favorite for skirts
iiiimttf vi. til!:r'ry Iou HIM/mi. Anti I you are horr-bv r\l'lII,r.,1,I to cotton ,
UHHI",luit. Uunuvry Not" 27817 file your canner or other pi .aillnur e A prints and solids 67 d
; shorts etc. Dark
WITNMM my hand end (he of- wllh the Cluk of Ihu Court, not e perts y .
flclil' neul' cf nulil court In Brevard later than ADI, ,'11 A, 1MI: nrvlnit a o e t dacron/avnl broadcloths, also 77'Dacron yd. and medium shades,
c ''in ty, t'IClrhl. thla 3rd day of true copy thireof upon the Atlorney ri
Mirth A U 1W4' fir the llalntlff ICnlu.rt C'e, ,, ,, cotton,
icmeur comr READ) Codbey. I'. O.lox 4i1J, ('ucoa. FlorIda \ I
Curtla II. harems. or aun'r It JulIN"nllt pro "on.ru.n. a
(Uy lerk V.of 8.the Hnantlffr Circuit Court COUnT. SEAL) '#' J4 100% Dacron Polyester i
Deputy Clerk urtla K. Itirnra and Cotton
Trim Wntain Attorney ta Plaintiff Cltik cif the Circuit Court
82H N. Murn.. ll., 1-A llyi ,I"rllelilli, !
tirlanlo 'II.r\l11l\ l>f|>.itv Mar. 4. It,!14_35. (Wed. )..!1 1ue4. Mar. 4. 11, IX, .3 (Wei. ) 1961 ..;. SEERSUCKER STRIPES
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1' ? 1 J//", d'r ... 43" wide a most desirable dacron crepe prints ,I

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r '} .aj EesutifuI array of colors. Reg \d 9 yd
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g 1 5071; avril rayon and 50;i cot 44 yd 1,99 yd.

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((8y B.b Hudson)
The Voice of 25.000 North Br.r rd County Resident.
Thanks: City hall It may and to learn the real estate .
be a confusing traffic pat- business Taking over for Jerry Stctlon B TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA, WEDNES-DAY. MARCH 4, 1964 -P1.a (oYum
tern but at least there is some as Colonial manager is mixolo -- .

control We speak of the new gist Bill Myers, who was in
"stop" signs which have been hotel management;! at Hanson
Installed on Riverside Drive at Hotel In New York for nine Million
the intersections of Main and years, head waiter at the Bath $44 Payroll r-

Broad, Club in St Pete for three years. Will, I h,'.11 till tin,v 's :,onna> psi IIFin t
Having. no "stop" signs for so He came here and opened with be a lot ot Important [rk: jt Chl'f Drawn' ,in hu boys

lung has made one wary when the Colonial!. Pan American s Guided !\IIS'- that Commits m tau 1 rtinrur at dill i It ag; n Thi'v prevented:

they approach either of the in. silos Range Division had a 4- t :. tin Whispering Hills Country what could liavt. bin a serious
trroecttons not knowing Just Kiwanians ate forming a second A : Club next Thursday evrnm! '. cuU4ttrof> I in TiUvville iff mi
what might happen club and have proposed a heavy impact on the Brevard .'' I also hteiwl tell: they's gonnu that Dixie Hotel fire had nut opt\

But now readers and motorists slate of charter officers: John County economy in 1963 with tmwu'
take note Riverside Drive Nelson, president; Donn Searlu $44 million payroll, according to( p for the folks what's pUnnin' on than ever (now that we
is a "stop" street now at the and Jack Larks vice-presidents; figures released this week In in' there. Sure wish me an' know how awful a bad fire

intersection of Main And Broadis Harry Lindsey, secretary; Jim ule tam! W.ndci snoot could jine could be) that some of our dcrrxii -
a "stop" street now at the Brown treasurer The club Now in its 11th year of opera up with all them fine talks but < old. trash pile<< around town

intersection with Riverside.A plans to meet in the evenings lions on the? Atlantic Missile I only cot: one good pair of over gets clean up an' carted ,twav"'
bit of advice. when Congratulations to Lt. Gov Barge, Pan Am's Guided Mis ails an' tern's done come down, This has ure bin a funny wintir -
you approach either of these Herb Johnson, Club President silos Range Dnison has grown with the mixeiyVw Accoidin' t tl> old 1l"lIIcr i
be careful and from a small group of employe
intersections Doyle Frisbee and immediatePast Hoofnougle (tho Walklll'llr1l311-
kin Kit jlst
in to total strength of Mr
watch for the signs, President Jess Childre for cs a > eillin the Chamber of uc of Coon Holler) then rasa
hy ; up
almost most
7,000 today
The signs are VERY welcome. their work on this club whom live) in Brevard County Cumnunc office( but them folk less sunshiny days than ;mv
year since Ponce de lion warsincasin'
whatnukm all the plans far
The has
'Heard you were over at your The word is out The news payroll jumped : around hereabouts
it iiM'\\ better hurry. They
gill fl rnd's home last night," a paper, which has claimed that $10 million in the past three till me l'iess>'ilint Johnson Wit Rcikin we have to have one

teenager remarked to a friend, more people in Brevard derive 01 years. pI!;i i'tnm'nn lomln' but Lady like thU every humlrred years
"!low did it go: ?" living from that paper than all In addition to the payroll fig lied Mid I ifftn he ever got) j.kt tow break the monotony

"Well, we were sitting in front the other papers in Brevard urea, Pan Am'i employee or 4P t tQ dim II to Tdyvilli,, an' lint low How about' huivm' our own
of the TV set having a swell combined can still claim it, but gamzdtion the One Donation 1.1I1In'III, tin ludlin River an' Norma Lurks be-in Ilrevard

time when her mother came in now it is as empty as a last Club contributed another $t>0, t'lIll'"' MIDI of tin Hi good ole\ County( candydate fer Mrs.
and spoiled it." year's election promise by their 000 to Brevard hospitals dimes ttn yard Coimlv vittles an' fittin A mem'a? If fen the Judges
"Spoiled( it how?" admission On Sunday the and charitable the final windup
cwn; organizations I' /'t she never would Riti : dent pick her frr
"Made us turn the set on." paper pointed with pride to the w in k in the White House, then Old .'ud'. slippin an'
fact that it has 49 employeesnow Local hospitals received the (n ii kon she< wooden hive cundi Mi i*>cs is Rittin' worse than hetigsrrcd
There will be people who disagree in Brevard, including six largest share $26,53969, Other mists ,lien she hadn't mov an' us fellers out in
with this column, but we in "mechanical" who have just mories: distributed included Un ill, in , think the firemen did a fine joined up in the county So itcd Fund, $19500 and chddl'cn'ldimcs J i f fi, ,mi tiaihm clothes/ sirub when we sees one! list ask Jess
The balance
job with the Dixie Hotel fire on there were only 43 up to a $8,275. bin an' dual iii', ready fpi all of Child, cr nun Shnstain er
went to local and national or
Saturday rooming In the first short time ago thi II foiiltcii" folks what In vis I Ii George: Morgan, er Jerry An-
ganizdtions, including Heart
place there was a delay in Well we got figuring, and i I'rt'' em latily Will Mr ilrrson, er Pete Guenliko There
Cancer, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular -
calling in the alarm. In the looked around at all the ones I'rc.rydttlt' when yew root like Ill dues pay In' members of the
Dystrophy and Down VIEW FROM: Household items etc., removed parking lot in front of the hotel, in this
second place the fire got Into rrl.ixin littk un' Coin, holler Watchers Club.
II tltlm
that are climbing over one an away
Range Orphanages and Clinics from the Dixie Hotel during the picture taken from a fourth floor window,
the attic and was contained between other here at the Advocate I1 om all ver tumbles>> lot t come lie lice in' y'all
early Saturday fire are shown on the city -(S-A Photo).
the roof and the third We had to take off our shoesto Pan American is prime con on down! to Coon Holler an' sit 'I i Unklu FUll
door ceiling with no way to get make thj count it's 31 full tractor to the Air Force for the ----- --- -

to it, until it ate its way into time and a number of part time, operation, maintenance and development -
the center of the building to Now, we know that our friends of the Atlantic Mis TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER STORE HOURS: 10 A.M to 9 P. M. DIAL AM 7-1511

an area where there were window tat the Cocoa Tribune exceed site Range.
i and water could reach it. that by quite a number and our II '
"I We can thank the Mims firemen friends at the Melbourne Times Mikels Return From I HURRY YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SAVE OHIjJuHFURNITURE .

f for coming down and doing probably double our total.
such a fine job as well as the This makes over 120 on these Philippine Visit '

the local department members.It three So it sounds like an empty
Mr and Mrs Sam Mikels,
was truly a teamwork per claim to this column and it CLOSEOUTSJLJ
750 N Washington: \ Ave., have
formance all units plus a
by has been empty ever since it
returned from a three months'
number of volunteers who aided. first appeared Just about as
We hate it for the people who other visit. at the home of Dr, Caesar
as some fancyclaims
lust clothing, etc. We also hateit empty made about circulationby Labiton and family at Manila, JLJ J LIKE THESE; WONT LAST I LONG!

for the business lost to the Philippine Islands Mis Labi _n_ __u
the same paperDefinition ss

\\ town men But living by we;the feel theie that spending the firemendid of the : binge of account.an expense account ton is their Tides daughter; Modern DanishWalnut I Unfinished FurnitureRegular II I Bedroom Suites \ COSCO ROOM

a good job High LOW

An office machine broke down Rotary Club added a trio of Thursday, March: S 39.95Double 4.Plece White!! French Provlnleal Full Size DIVIDERS
local men to( their membershiproster
and after all of the self styled at the Thursday luncheon 1 1:1:1: : am. 7:27: am DANISH SOFA WITH Dresser Base 24.95 Bedroom Suite 169.95 Metal Walnut Flnr.h wills
mechanics on the staff had triedto
Bob Hanley of the Titusville 1:24: ptn 7:48: pro. A Terrific Buy At Adjustable Shelves _
fix it, an expert was calledin FOAM
Credit Bureau, Ronnie Boyd of 109-95
He turned it on, listened for a Friday, March CUSHIONS Regular 26.95
Citizens Bank and Bill Lyerlyof
couple of minutes turned one the Star-Advocate are the 2:13: a,m, 8:23: am. 5 Drawer Chest . 17.951! 36" X 36" 8.95
screw a half turn and the mach- '
newest Rotarians 2:17 8:44 ,m.
p of Danish
: p.m. Assortment
ine started working perfectly _
3.Ptec. honeybee Maple Bedroom set with

At the end of the month, the Chairs Reversible Regular 21.95 Formica top double Dresser Mirror and 36"x72" high 14.95

company received a bill for $lBO, Foam Cushions 3 Drawer Chest . 16.95
Believing this to be outrageousthe BARBARA 60ULDr ) full size panel bed. Regular 1190
WHILE 36"x72" wide
manager hit the ceiling and THEY LAST 19.95 Regular 15.95 I 129,90. Sale Price
wrote for an itemized statement

plus what an the expert explanation had done of exactly face poWder & lipstickReg. V 3 Shelf Bookcase . 9.95 I

read He: received'lor turning a statement one screw that $1.50..Now 1 5" eactpt.st: '." Regular 10.95 I T Bedding Specials I SAMSONITE

16 cents; for knowing how far to SOFA BEDSHigh 2 Shelf Bookcase . 6.95
turn that screw: 15984."
A finely tmtored powder that CARD TABLES
adds a soft, radiant Snbh to .,j.r Quality Sofa Bed with Regular 8.95
As an aftermath of the fire year complexion.! a Full Size Box Springs all mi.-matched.
we saw a couple of kids trying cotortul election of Baas Foam Construction 3 Shelf Corner Unit 5.95 KInq Size Tab I e with
tie shade to enhance your Value. to 5 .9S-
to 'play off' the 10 free gameson own soloist good looks. x e .1 SPECIALAT 19 95 10 24.95 S.fety Hings
the pin ball machine that was 99.50 Close-Out Price
Smooth en Barbara Gould
standing m the middle of the city
I parking lot I; t in front of the moist Lipstick and) your dewy Ups fresh.are *v I 2 Shelf Corner Unit 4.50

hotel It had been moved out Ctooee from a galaxy ef 12.95 Each
11 and the kids didn't realize there bewitching shades that Matching
add dramatic fetarest to your IP* Regular 14,95Powder Twin or Full SI.8 Quilted Maitre and
to it
was no electricity running

They didn't have much luck. ONLY 49-95 Desk . 9.95 Box: Springs Famous Brand Names. SpecMDtchin3 Chair

tat Price for this ule.

Changes being made In the Regular 5.95 Set For . 69.95 6 6.95 9 5
business community Jerry Each
Field has left the Colonial I Drua Stores 24" Bar Stools 3.95
Lounge to become manager -

for George Barley Realtor I EARLY Regular 6.95
Twin or Full Oullted Top Foam Mattress
30" Bar Stools . 4.95 5 S.PC RATTAN
and Box Springs a .

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r Barbara Gould Regular 19.95 Drop Leaf GROUP

1 Back Sofa. Top StylIng Dinette Table . . 12.501
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cream: especially designed to lift oat hUUa. 0900'oe; real 8
r-- .a' t dirt and grime erg JZ50-$1.25 gay: buy al169188I Special For This Sale

reg.liSO-$L75 High Back: I ENTIRE GROUP

eikiltratlns Ii..&. CHAIR Dallelt-Proy. Cherry. 7Pc. Dlning Room
SKIN RESHKNFn The Piece Living Room Suite (Sofa and matching *

touch to your deaaaing job I rrg. $1.00.-jL25 REG 95 chair) All Foam Construction In !, Set with host chair. Regular 259.95. R. 18995

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Pifl. 2-B Tltusvllle (Florida) Star AdvocahWadnedayMarch4,1944_ Indian River City South TitUSvIHc Happenings:

I EditorialsSabotage 1.-", FEC Sabotage -- A" New National./to.r."J" Record LL Auxiliary Prexy Is Busy Woman I IJhlrs

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PL A N T rtiAT ShIrley ticker: of 293

Sets RecordFlorida <0'\'\' DrNT Bryan Avenue, is president of
the Women's Auxiliary of the r
M P i T WEL Little League! In Indian River'
holds one national record to which it cannot

point with pride disgraceful sabotage along the Flor- YoU Lt -RAT rod City.The family came to Indian

ida East Coast Railway River City from Riverdale N.J.

: This unparalleled barbaric violence comprising i t qI ALL in 1958 and have been here ever
since works at the
Mr. Ricker
b over 200 acts of sabotage within a 13-month period w.
.Cape, end Shirley works for
J erupted twice last Thursday with damage estimated at \the First National Bank In TI. ri

over .a quarter of a million ,dollars and an (engineer injured tusville Both of them are very

: civic minded as will show
FIeIs' one of the managers for
Ironically, these dastardly acts were committed while the Minor League this year; a

J President Johnson was In Florida to dedicate the Cross- members of the local Moose

: Florida Canal project and push the button setting off a .Lodge and is an officer in that

blast to herald the occasion, in ceremonies not many organization.
miles distant. She is corresponding secretary
of the ,Coquina P.T.A.; a teacher .
: In light of the President's presence In the area, it in the Sunday School of the .
( B
w RICKER FAMILY-Shirley, Ricky, Gregory, Harry.-Photo by )
: would appear the perpetrators of these dynamltings acted Indian River City Methodist
: in defiance of the Chief Executive and with disre- >M Church; secretary of the Litera
open ture and Publications Depart. Year students used the rod to be resumed thi next Saturda
: spect for his office Why not? They have encountered merit of the Women's Society for add subtract mutiplv and with a feature length movie >.-

I no apparent efforts on the part of the state or the federal Christian Service of that Church; divide animated Cartoon character

i government to end their revengeful folly at the expense "TtiAr' belongs to( the Eastern Star Mrs. Delores Surrency of 325 This. show entitled Alacaza:
of the FEC t (O.E.S.) and to the Women of Byron Avenue, delivered the dc the Great will be from 1 ::3(1(
: a .ate the Moose, of which organization votional, reminding those present p.m. till 3:00 p.m. next Saturday
: We are justly proud of the realization of the Cross- she Is treasurer of their responsibilites as March 7th in the auditorium oj t

: Florida Canal which will link the East Coast with the r i t ,.a The whole family belongs to parents and citizens. A short the Coquina Elementary School
I the Indian River City Methodist business meeting was held at
Gulf Coast and provide countless benefits to the state
Church, which time Norman Penn, Ceo Return to Home Town
: but somehow the ceremonies Thursday were overshadowed James .
rge Wuerner and Spcr.ccr Clyde and Diantha Pirtle and
i by the tragic occurences along the FEC, Children PartyA were elected to serve with son, Clyde Jr.. oger 12, haw
Mrs Muriel Chreist and Bill returned to this city ,md haw
t i Apparently the waiting game that was being played party was given last Saturday -
afternoon in Coleman on the Nominating located on Slate Road No. 50
Governor and President Johnson each toe home of
by Bryant
i Miss The Pirtles have a marrieddaughter
Marilyn Avery, State Road
j waiting for the other to step in and assume the respon- .No 60, for the Tiny Tots, B.T.C. An announcement was made Mrs. Edgar Winger I m!

; sibility owed to the citizens of Florida was won by Class, teacher Theresa Thorn that the Saturday movie would See I I.R.C. NEWS On Pg 3.B

J Bryant, as Mr. Johnson Thursday ordered the FBI to fully ton, and for the Beginners'

i investigate and put a stop to the violence. 'Thirty top BT.C Class, teacher Sister Special Conference On Cancer
Marilyn of the
Avery, First Missionary
j FBI agents were immediately assigned to the job. It is Baptist Church Assisting .' I
: hoped these seasoned agents will in their usual efficient A the
were Peggy Planned For Region 12 NursesA
:j manner, quickly apprehend these saboteurs and they will Hunt Kathy Morris and Sylvia

:: be justly punished thus putting an end, at long last, Thornton special conference on Cancer Subjects and speakers will be'
:Ito this disgraceful barbarism/ which has plagued the t 1. The room in which the party planned for nurses living in "The Challenge of Cancer Control

: FEC up and down our entire East Coast. Song At Midnight . was held was beautifully decor Brevard, Volusia, Flagler, Or- ," O B. Bonncr M.D.. Day

'I've Been Working On The Railroad All The Live Long "Night" atcd with, streamers of many ange, Putnam! St Johns Sem- tuna( Beach; "The New Role of
J The action of the President prompted Governor Bryant colors, balloons of many shapes inole and Lake Counties will be the Nurse-That of Enduring/

: to initiate an all-out effort on the part of the state and colon, giving the room a condutced at. the Daytona Plaza Long Term Crises. Miss Lois

:to end the sabotage. Too, the Association of American New Members i'' real party look. Hotel, Daytona Beach March 9. Knowlcs R. N., Assistant Dean
Jaycee Diabetes Screening Survey The children enjoyed playing Registration will start at 8:45 College of Nursing University
Railroads_ has announced its full cooperation by offering
: Received Into ,
many games. Different prizes a.m. There is a 50 cent fee and if) Florida, Gainesville: "Nurse
a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest first Baptist were given to the winners invitations are extended to registered Patient and Family Relation-

:and conviction of the person or persons responsible for Reveals Significant FindingsThe Theda Thornton of the Begin nurses, licensed practical ship', Evan G. Pattishall, Jr .

{the dynamitings near St. Augustine on February 27th. The following new members ners' Class was awarded a gift : nurses, and inactive or retired PhD, M.D.. Associate Profestor

I The seriousness of this revengeful sabotage surelyhasn't results of the Titusville and was the relatively high percentage have recently' been received into for having the most perfect re nurses. Student nurse will Director Division of Behavioral -
State.wide Jaycees Diabetes of positive or suspicious results the membership of First Baptist cord of her class, with Eddie be admitted without charge. The Services, Department of
j just recently come to the attention of these offic- Screening survey are tabulated, about one out ,of every Morris second.Refreshments. theme of the meeting will be, Psychiatry, University of Florida ,

dials I however, we commend their il'terest.and! action and reveal two very interesting seven kits returned proved to be Church: ; of punch and "The Nurses' Role in providing .

Seven though it was unreasonably and ,inexcusably de- and ,significant findings suspicious or positive. All the By Baptism! Mr. and Mrs. cookies were served and each continuity of care for the physical Following the luncheon recess,

The, first is a frightening lack people with these results had t Norman',.R. Perry, 80 Fern; Vann child was given a little gift. emotional and spiritual at 1 100: ) p.m.. there will be a pan-
1layed.! f. ... '.* tit> concern of'most pedple with re! been notified either' directly of Steburg, 420 Manatee; Jim Neal needs of the cancer patient. cl 1 discussion on: "Providing

_,,garda.to their own health status. through their listed .family doc Bor413 Mims; Mrs''.'W. E. Mul Coquina P.T.A. News .: The conference is being pre Continuity of Care for Physical.
j Allies]] Losing US Aide And the word frightening has real tors during February. So if you line, Niel Mullins. 4111 Garden; sented by the Florida Nurses Emotional and Spiritual Needsof
turned in diabetes kit At a meeting of the Coquina
meaning, because many people a testing Donna and Ikard 215 N. Association, Inc., Region No. the Cancer Patient", Panel
e simply stated I that they would and have had no notification by Grannis Kathy 1423 P.T.A. last Monday evening, the 12, with District No. 6 as host, members will include a physician
not like to be checked for diabetes this date, your test was normal: ; Larry Rogers, parents and teachers were entertained -
I and the Florida
S Division the visiting
Military aid to five nations which have ignored Oak Terrace; Karen-Joiner, '733 of hospital nurse
simply because they were Over and above the help that with Founder's Day American Cancer Society and nurse, clergyman a nurse consultant -
:lour plea of trade with Cuba is Rock Pit Road Menden
no terminated. Mary
being learn be to the notified ; Skits Mrs. Chris Semmes and
afraid that they might that may given people 2803 Old its East Volusia County Unit. and a psychologist
hall Dixie
: Aid to Britain, Franc and Yugoslavia was terminated they had the disease. about having diabetes duringthe ; Ginger 'Miss Regina Mabehtmi por-

: by 'the President recently and the position of Spain Of all the kits distributed,.only recent screening program, Sands Merritt, ,712 3142 Walker Hallum Road Devita; Toni! trayed 'Alice! Bernie and Feebe Ellis Lewis Receives N arional; l Recognition
lout of 15 vas used and returned the most Important accomplish' ; Herat, founders.of the PTA in
;sand Morocco, with respect to trading with Castro, will to the Jaycees here in Ti. ment that can be achieved by this Miller, 708 Walker Rd:; James February '1867 Ellis E. Lewis, Zone Managerfor agcment assets in excess of $4.7

;be determined before extending further aid to them. tusville, but it was found that study is the realization of the White '2123 S. W. Circle; Meta The,, 'ideals and hopes for Investors Diversified Scr billion, It is the national dis

J The Administration's action in cutting off continued much the same results occured great need for periodic health, Kay Naron 16 Christmas Hill P.T.A.. were (brought! out in"'the vices, ,(IDS), 69 year old invest tributor and investment advisorfor
and down the entire state. The check-ups for all people, at least Rd., Mrs. B. E. Hedrick, Gary ment management and
:aId leaves little doubt as to our sincerity about curtailing up first Skit. Next, in the second company, five mutual funds Investors
only exceptions were in relatively once a year, and for Pap smear Lee and Mary Ann Hedrick, its subsidiary, Investors Syndicate :
:Communist expansion in the Western hemisphere. elderly communities, where checks against female cancer at 1002 Indian River Ave. skit, TUUe :and .Marge, 1964, Llf" Insurance and Annuity Mutual, Inc., the world's largest

I We are, In a sense, risking our relationship with old the majority of citizens had least every six months. By Letter Mr and Mrs. were introduced Miss Peggy ,Company, has received national fund, with assets in excess of $2
Rich and
allies but the import of this issue warrants and deJmands learned, frequently too late, the Although it has been said Morris B. Lee and Ions, Randy ; Miss Rdxwa :Warts recognition lor record sales during billion, Investors Stock Fund,
this action. value of early ,detection and many times in the past it must and Marty, 2719 South St from dramatu d how lightly P.T.A. the 1963 Gold Cup Classic Inc., fomth largest with assets
treatment of medical problems, be repeated now, that it is ever the First Baptist Church of work is. lometirjies taken today autumn sales campaign, William ever $1 billion, Investors Sclec
\ The seriousness of the situation has been fully weighed explained Samuel J. Barr, 1 I. D., so much easier and better to prevent Bryan, Texas; Mr. and Mrs Many of the-good works of :the B. Boscow, vice president live Fund, Inc.. Investors Variable .

in Washington, you may rest assured, and it .is hoped Medical chairman of the Titus- the complications of any Jack Goodin 2718 South St., P.T.A. throughout ,the -yejirs sales, announced. Payment Fund, Inc. and
:this action will serve as a warning to others among our vlllc Jaycees. disease than to treat them, Dr. from First Baptist Church of De- were brought out by.Miss Watts. Lewis was among the top I n v est 0 r sInterContinentalFund

Allies that trading with Communist Cuba rules out further The second significant finding Barr emphasized iSeminick catur, Ga.; Mrs. Mildred Brown, The scene ended with Millie. salesmen in the nation. He won Ltd. Investors Syndicate
U. S. aid. 1002 Indian River Ave from (Miss Rich) thinking more seriously membership in the Investors ttt) America, Inc.. a certificate
Seal ChairmanHonorary New Richland Baptist Church, of 'the organizatonMiM Sales Executive Club as well at subsidiary and Investors Syndicate -
: The United States is the recognized antI-communist Honorary Belle Center Ohio; Mrs. B. E. Margaret .Hallum demon- in the Presidents Club for 1963, Life Insurance and Annuity -
leader Mcndenhall, 2303 Old Dixie strated the use of the' flaire both honor groups of national Company, an insurance
of the free world and presents the only formidable Chairman for 1964 buttons to this Independent appeal Hwy from San Jose Baptist Rods, assisted by some of her sales 'leaders. The national tales subsidiary, round out the Investors .

opposition to vast Red expansion in various sectors of Easter Seal Appeal in Brevard It receives direct help Church Jacksonville; Rod students: Potty Marr, David force of 3,400 representatives, Group which IDS heads.

She world. County is Andy Seonlnick, according for iU treatment and rehabilitation Northcutt, 205 Key Madeira Swingler, Debbie Bender, Alan who participated in the six week Investors Syndicate Life had

I Our warning has been issued may it be heeded to John Cusson, Execu- program for crippled from First Baptist Church, Toe. Baird, Debbie Hanson, Greg L'Bmpnignservice more than more than $1 billion insurance in
3>y our friends and our position gain support. tive Director, Brevard CrippledChildren's children and adults since 72 eon, Ga.; John C. Isaac, 620 Greene., Debbie Weinhold .and 1,300,000 customer ,accounts. farce representing 95.000 individual .
Clinic cents of every dollar collectedin Grannis from First Baptist Dan Klndivatw. In a most .educational Investors Diversified Services, policyholders at the
: The Communist countries are hungry and plagued It will be conducted March 1 Brevard County stays here, Church, Indiatantlc; Mrs. W G. program, these first Inc. currently has under many 1963 year end.
:with economic strife. They arc highly vulnerable and through 29 and Sponsoredby Like everything else that becomes Kelley 1304. Vista Terrace Dr.

dependent upon trade with other countries. Necessary National Society for Crippled known as outstanding, the from Westside Baptist Church,
Jood and Children and Adults of which clinic services and facilties are Ft. Pierce
medicine should be supplied the residents. Any
Brevard Crippled Children btItstrained to meet Increasing For full-time Christian service:
yelp should end there.
Clinic Is one of 1,423 affiliates. demands on them. I feel Jerry Davis, 200 Ojibway; Allan
: Our anti-Communist efforts-must and shall continue, Seminick is former National sure that the people of Brevard i Killip, 1539 Rosedale( ; Annette V

:with or without the help of our allies. May we note League catcher Philadelphia( County will give more generously Northcutt '205 Madiera; Ken The

judged too harshly by others in :our all-out effort Phillies for 11 years; Cincinnati than ever to this appeal. .Pacot, Cocoa.

4o curb Communist aggression We are determined it Redlegs, three years. Eligi-
H f hall be done! ble Has past for lived two Baseball years.in Melbourne Hall of for Fame the Parrish Hospital Recent BirthsRecent .'alappie8l ,. .. t-; In flT

| Titusville (Florida) Star-Advocate Uecoached Little League births at Jess Parrish Ector of Titusville, weighing TIbs own
teams there. Leaving for Ten :Memorial\ Hospital are as follows :.

t nessee soon spring training : A ion, Robert Eugene, born .. .
S Established 1880 manager Chattanooga Look- A daughter: Barbara Ann, born March 1 to Mr and Mrs. Willie f *
0R1D,4e outs, class AA Southern League. February 27 to :Mr and Mrs. Green of Titusville, .weighing TIbs \C\. ojo
Published Mondays, at Melbourne William O Davis of Indian River 4 .ou. ,
Son, Andy, Jr., student .
I. Wednesdays, and Friday .N ACavt po High School; .uff red City, weighing 7 Ibs 4 oz. A daughter, born March 2, to l' SAVE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR'S WORK HARDER
MEMBRa A daughter, Annctta Mr and Mrs' Isaac Andrews of
By Titusville Star.Advocate, Inc iJ' knee injury playing football for Dorothy :
DC 0 y MHS a year ago; received treat born February 23. t to( Mr. and Titusville, weighing-7 lbs 7 oZ!. AND -ROW BIGGER'It -
: At The Star.Advocate Building ts64 ments at Brevard Crippled Child Mrs Frank S. Rosa of Mims\ A son born March 2 to Mr and 'DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE: WHERE: YOU SAVE.
rQNr ,weighing 8 Ibs 6 oz. Mrs. Ralph Huffstickerler ofTitusville .
ren's Clinic. .
U Main Street, Titusville, Fla.
A con, born February 28 to Mr weighing 6 Ibs I ozs
I Henry H Hudson, Pres. Mrs. Hazel S. Hudson, Vice-Pres. Eomimcks picture the Easter and signa-Setl and Mrs. Robert Futch of Titus A son, born March 2, to Mr
ture will be on
ville weighing' 4 Ibs S 01 and Mrs. Larry Cntes of Titus } F cal Sa"ing$
Robert H. Hudson, Secy-Treat. letter to be mailed to 30,000 Bre! ville T' \
his A son, Jeffrey Chris, born February
vard residents. Stating
Henry H Hudson Publisher Robert H Hudson, Editor 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence =: TitusvllioOwntOW1a
David Dunn, Advertising Mgr William G. Lyerly, Circulation Mgr.J pleasure in appointment as Honorary Stark of Indian River City, ,p nc! .topnA sociptton: of'
Chairman: "It gives me
: weighing 6 Ibs 13 oz
J Second.Class Postage Paid at Titusville, Florida an ,opportunity to reach so many A son Dexter, born February If you have rental Office Indian Elvt.r Branch

Subscription Rates: people with facts about Easter 29, to Mr. and :Mrs.\ Leo Davis, WASHINGTON AT MAIN 1 US COQUINA AVE.

*t Carrier Home Delivery 1 Yr. $7.80 Seels. Brevard Crippled Children of Titusville, weighing 9 Ibs. 7 housing list it inThe'StarAdvocate I
6 Mo. $4 00 3 Mo. $2 U '* ,Clinic Is in outstanding\ OPEN t2D< > 3 .DAILY_ A15O 4 T01FRIDAYAIAL AM 7-1111 PLENTY .FREE PARKING,-.
I By Mall in Florida 1 Yr. $6,SO 6 Mo. $3.50 S Mo. $2.00 ossA .
example of what can be devel- Xuerml JDbridmd Ra"Compounle4 StmlAnmiillyI
daughter, Tricey, born Feb !
Florida -1 Yr .
.Outride $7.50.8 Mo. 14 00 e S Mo.'$2 SO
; oped through generous contri ruary 29 to Mr. and "rs. Billy


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(Continued From Page 2.B) from last season must comedown I
to the Civic Center and Square CutBone
Cocoa The Wingers have three
children confirm' their registration. I C1
This applies to all three Leag LB. .
After an absence of 20 years ,
'P ,'
and 3 month,
Clyde has ues.The
time Is getting short and :.:.:... I
to Titusville He is the

son Mr. of and our Mrs well.E.known B. Pirtle citizens of, very commence.soon Spring Parents.training are urgedto will IIII A }1'i1;! GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN PLUMP BAKING ,

have their boys register as
TitusviUe He was born in Muscle ::1 :
,, ,
rooa: as! possible so that the ;
Shoals, Alabama and the management will know how 4 to 6-lb.
family came to Titusville 41
years ago.Clyde each many League boys are This available year is the for HEN S Average 39Cl
graduated from Titu I Ir
third! year of organized baseba'l I LB. .
high School in 1936. He
in this area. I
joined the Florida Highway
Patrol In 1941! and completed 20 The present ball field was I r iiii "_h__ .:.;ffl1.
years and 3 months to retirefrom built in 1992 and last year many I "Super-Right" Heavy Beef Top Round, Sirloin, T-Bone, Club
that organization. improvements were made. This bed I iW' .. PLAID !i

We his wanted wife Diantha.to know In how those hemet year done,there and parents remains in much particular to I ... ... .1[ [
are asked to assist the management Jii mii> iiii I' not
days there was a PigglyWigglyStore by registering their boys YM{" White Rein Reg. or [ { S TEA"SUPERRIGHT" K S LB. 8 7c
at the corner of Washington I Hair Spray !- porrh..fJ'
at this next legisteration date. 4\X. .-, ..
Avenue and Main Street 1.. ('uipon Anal| lhr....h i",, I
here Fulmer's Drug Store nowIS Teenage PartyA i.. .I
i located. Diantha was cashier -
teen-age party was held last Inr r
in that Piggly.Wiggly, andher
Saturday evening at the homeof L:1 .
ister was married to the Rebecca Forward 283 Stuart : t.BHlCfll) .9 :t

-he manaxer went That's into the how store they to met buy Avenue. A variety. of games itr'tII1" PLAID} '111 Butt Shank
made it a fun packed evening. Imo I
something.His first. assignment in the Refreshments of ice-cream, I Iii. 'U STaiPS ail H A M S Portion 43 C Portion 33
and '
brownies candies nuts I .
Florida Highway Patrol was at ;JIM \Mtli I M ronpnn DiMl porrhnw of M> .
Stuart then West Palm Beach punch were served to Dennis Jane P.rk.r Coldon or Marble ..1
Morrl, Tony McCarthy. Lyla !jg Pound Cake 1lb. 9-cz. S9c !
then Fort Pierce then De ,
Hepner Linda Hayes Louis Nor- Jsl S.-II' I
Funlak Springs then Marathonon cross John Pritchard Marilyn conpnn'' an"d. th..lIl.h rnn. Mrrh I a I r Slice Small Round Bono "Super-Right"( Heavy Beef Full Cut Cape John' Quick flr..nl

back the back to Florida Fort to West Pierce Keys Palm,and and Beach then finally Chauvin Price ,Les Paula Kennedy Evans, Allans Gary 'l D) !! : l' Ham Roast L'bvlb.: 79c Chuck Steak lb. 49c Breaded Shrimp vs:: 59c"SuperRight"

Bourne Cheryl Ackers Jim :HtMH.tIIII;
where he retired. Ferguson, Jerry Mull ins. Mar i '! ( Smoked "Super-Right" Heavy Beet Shoulder: Arm Howard Johnson Quick Froion

Upon 9 months retirement in the he Shenff'i workedfor garet Swope and David Forward. 25 PLAID Sliced" Beef. 29c Roast! lb. 59c Fried (lams. He
office in Palm Beach County Iii STAMPS iJE3 ;?;: r: %::
Old FriendsMr ..
t. '
where he served as Captain of Her I : W"h flit* <...|PllbburypWh. mhif..o rrYtl I Swanson Quick Frozen All Varieties Quick Frozen Headless Quick Frozen Headless Droned
and Mrs Edward
j3 4c off Label! r
Patrol Operations, and later as shell Jr. and Mrs Edward Her- } law. Cho ., Double Dutch or Swiss a
I I T.-V. Dinners I il 55c lb. ?19c Red lb. 59c
Chief Deputy shell Sr. came from Orlando I Ix iflj Chocolate I :.1 Pk A,' Shrimp . . Snapper .
Finally, the family came backto last week to visit with an old I 1M 1 Cake Mixes p.r pkg. c.I
Titusville, their old hometown I ,J.If H x1 !
friend and neighbor, Mrs. Lucy :w Cnnpnn .end thrruah Mun. 1lnrrh I "'
They now live on I "Iru. "IJrP'Ua'IIIIf.1I''
W. '
Fernandez of 409
1015 Orlando Road He is a Avenue. The junior Hershells Coquina I : 3iH; ----"{ SPECIAL! A&P FROZEN POTATO MORSELS, COTTAGE FRIES or REGULAR or CRINKLE CUT
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member of the Lions Club and
are from Hackensack N. J. and FHH '
the First Methodist Church of MM Hershell senior lives in I tl PLAID 1
Titusville. He Is a Mason anda Orlando. It was nineteen I 25 tit" ,
years Iii i
Shriner. since Lucy had seen the Her I ; STAMPS FRENCH FRIES I 4 1-Lbn 89'

During his 20 years of servicein shells She had tried several ji* Will, thin. ronpnn and. '.....h''... o.i i Pkgs
the Florida Highway Patrolhe times to visit Mrs. Hershell In I i Mrt. Smith' frown i I
acted on numerous occasions her Orlando home without success ;!58 Apple Tarts 26-oi. pkg. S9c
ns Lalsion Officer between the i e .J I1.5 Tai I! SAVE AT A&P! SPECIAL! LIBBY CREAM STYLE or WHOLE KERNEL
Florida Highway Patrol and the ('ninon road thr;nh Mon. Ilrrrh a t tc 1 1i

U.visits S. of Secret the Service President during t Land New in Indian Construction River City I i; arp : T: atsa $100

of the Untied States to east of the FE.C tracks his I : ; = 1 GOLDEN CORN 1-Lb.

Florida. On one occasion he was always been known as the "oldl) ls 8
detailed to give a driver's test city", as this was the first par. I ,r25&TaS1t
to the Duke of Windsor (former lion of Indian River City to be !
I .
King of England) who was living bUilt. For years and years I ,; SAVE AT A&P! SPECIAL! JANE PARKER FRESHLY BAKED
in Palm Beach Conuty at the very little construction of any 1 With I hi. 1-n.n.on' mil |pnrrhr..e
time. consequence has taken place ia i. Plain or Solf-RUing; Cold M.IeII I
Clyde tells us that his experiences this area, particularly in that I Flour S-lb. bag 59c ,

in the Highway Patrol area from the Postoffica to the t I tonehrn.fh 4.'X. 0.000l'nnpon nun. Mitn-b. ;! APPLE PIES I 1 -Lb. C
were varied and interesting, but Civic Center. I .. '
a Each .
all said and done he is glad to South of the Civic Center, .. I
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be back in his old home town- Blankenship and Hill hays : UHUIHIRfaRI ',
Titusville Diantha is an ardent erected several large commercial i' Spec"I.I"I Whlto Homo Spocloll' hop Parker Brown 'n Serve

the and Indian hardworkng River City memberof Home sold buildings.his home last When year Ed on Smith Jep-, Iii 25 &\\Ta' STAMPS PLED i Evap. Milk. 6 6a..*. 7Jc Twin, Rolls. .1 :'kti J9c 1 Ic o

Demonstration Club and never eon Street directly opposite to ;..
misses a meeting She also ii und nearest to the Civic Center, : I Speclall Cold; Stream Special! Jane Parker
active in church work Roy Stackhouse Construction I I jJJ Wit It Ililn 'n'oon mil |....rl.... ., Nw hetftr that Irel uNSawaos.pkga.6c A1IDi
Company converted the Smith i! 2 Pkgt. Birdtoye Frozen Baby I Pink Salmon 1 I-Lb C.n' 59c Raisin Bread I I.LIt L II i 2kSpeclall N1WIlt
J? Whole Okra 2 -
Baseball Registration home into an office for themselves tad Jx. ->J"i f 5< Hollywood Spoclall Jane Parker CaramelCandy
Registration, of players lagged Now it seems that the INC.up.'n tool, lhr....li nun. \lnrrh, I /IJt ItMernig /

so badly at the registration held Franchl Construction Company i n.-n.ICH :f Bars ,719c Pecan Rolls jy.J9c; aet.l: arJflstJjljSJ
in this city last and has leased this ,
Saturday building as their roo""--------------------------- -
Sunday, that a new registrationdate temporary office from which to 1 : .JIiSJJJ ;:aLt Special) Sail Powdered Spoclall Ched.0-Bit American Pimento a"'N0

March has 8th been from set Next 100: p.m.Sunday to Cape control Ken1edy.Lately their building. contract at iy25xtTaPLAID Detergent ys.; : 49c Cheese Spread 2 & 83c3 53

3:00: p.m. registration for Minor we have seen con I.! ai 1 Speclall 3 Flavors Daily' Spoclill, Heinz Condensed U:
League Major League and Sen struction Awlo nV.id.bliShd11'ah /
commence on vacant
:M anmor
and riJJ .grylhma
IliU coupon pnrrM1nw you
for League will/ take place at lots between Jepson Street and : 2-10-0i. Pkp.. BI''oy' Fos.n"V.; I ... 25c ll..anefr,
the Civic Center Pritchard Street, bounded by jut I Blackey. Peat 10-ox pkgt 46c i iirj = C.n. C.n.

New players are wanted for Magnolia Avenue. Roy Stack- J1.5.7-11. .
jZZ (niinn foal Ihron cli Hun Marrh IIi
all Divisions in ages 8 to 12 forth house tells us that a building I. .. L _ _ _ L r a + FRESH CROP FRESH SNO-WHITE
Minor League 9 to 12 for being constructed there to be r t
life Major League and 13 to 13 40 feet wide and 180 feet long : //allonat/ !f- eanntAJeen\ : r / I
for the Senior (Pony) League. with two stories. He says this i :' ( '
Those desiring to register must will be an office building, em- I A&P Vacuum Packed Virginia' : I i (,t .117 Carrots MushroomsIS' '

produce their birth certificateand bracing 14,500 square feet of ( t, M1 .c I
Salted Peanuls' 7 29c !
both parents must be present space, sufficient to accommodate I I -

to for their sign son the or RegistrationCard sons. Those Roy 18 offices says thaI in this the building building.was I Worthmere Chocolate Covortd I y g .J4; .s .p.'' I I I Lb.2Lb. 69'
: S9c :
boy who already are on teams See I.R.C. NEWS On Page 4-B 1 Peanuls va:: Bag .

,-_ _ _ ._ .A .
Skillet i


Special For Thursday RIPE

4; S8e CHICKENWith TOM A TOE S. .2 doso29c

Chicken of the Sea Noblcce't/ Sara Lee FroienPineapple
I I Light Meat Tuna 91/-00. can 49c Vanilla Wafers 1-lb. box 31c CheM Cake ea. 83c /
Save Orly PhiJ'Stamps/
French Fries. CoU I Diile Lily Berden't Hollmtn't Z-, 2
Slaw. Butt.red RolL Quick Grits . 24-ot. bag 20c jailing Coif.. S-ot. Jar 74e Tarter Sauce 6-oz. Jar 29cYvban P'- ?. Get f Fine Gifts Faster

Morton't Fro.." Sara Lee Froien ,. ,
ii .asr anaeunC a PurlriC r1A SOwPaeuY .sc.
FOR ALL DAY FRIDAY / \ Macaroni b Cheat, 20-os. pkg. 39c Cream Che... Ck .. 59e< Instant Ceffw S-ox. Jar S1.15
The Fish You Can Eat CALO CAT FOOD i1 I n I
Cole SlawBuHered g.OI Can DQI. Sliced 18.0L P.t.r Pan Smooth 6-0z. Jar Chao Ec Sanborn Chln.n Parrs4kros..
Roll 69c and Crunchy Can 2 fer 29c

French Fries PIN I E A P P L E PEANUT BUTTER INSTANT COFFEE l% and Chicken Ports'21c
Kidney and Chicken Parts Prlcei 'In this Advertltemoflt are Coed Thrush
6-01. Can. 2 far Uc Saturday, March; 7th
IftT.T.GH ANT CO. 2 for 41c 1 12-oz. Jar o 4Sc d'1.I 5 L'ver' Pln.r Cat Fee1,
6-01. Can Z hr Uc HOURS Mw.,. Tuooday, WeJnetday. Thursday and
Plitlo Plan TUutTlll Saturday 1 7j Friday '.") Sunday 104.Wedwdy. .

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Tltvsvllle (Florida) Stir H Adv.e.te W.dneld.yMarch4,1964 f 'J

SHOP AND SAVE AT Personna "SS$S Blades

,&.yVl A Y PACK 5 EF'E..79c:



.- :
:.. I ENGLAND'S 398 Lather Shave when you 89COF
buy big 11-ounce conl.33c .-......

T .

S "_ ., :J Glycerin

yA SuPpositories/ -=


-. Prevent dryneti! end chapping rough ) $9 47 Olafsen Duo l! ICE BUCKET ADULT }fypt.or c
tAT Super AylinalVltomlniMlniroli
r' --- red hands. 9-cz.; r Mad. of Jar
PARTY Enjoying a party at the land, Theda Thornt"+n, Oarvl Hunt Ka. y, = Styrene foam,29 12 '
Avery home were left to right (front row) thy Morris Danny: Merritt and Debbie Plug ilia- Buy 100, d now only.,
I Missie Holland. Brad Morris, Janet Oxen. blurt A'r, (third row) There Thornton, I II penser, you pet JO 39e S/ll.rl
dine Richard Holland, fickle Millmes and Peggy Hunt, and Marilvn Avery Photo( 1 FREEI.......
Eddie Morris; (second row) Pearly Hol by B)

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Dinner with Lettuce and 9 9 '
'V Extra Slrflrig Vinyl
54" Tomato Salad French
Long Bong Zipper
Anhsept'FREE '
I Fries Rolls and Butter "Our Specialty Oral'
: E ...r r. Mouthwuh.Glf9.114

a, e II II I I II I I CAKE MOTH a 9 9c Thurs., Fri., Sat,11 l l am. till closing Phasing; ( You." 15c: Of-f

I CONTAC Capsules ,
I li' TRAVEL Continuous-action c>zrelief
for common 149
Big Wall Size colds. Pack of 10.__. .I

Helps open stuffy ..,.
8 8 nose fast, gives 49C .49
relief,. In! seconds!.-.. 87 c

L4 : MAKE-UP MIRROR t RINMineral Oil
Extra strength and c
Extra heavy, nonfattening -
safe long-lasting 69
jjjj With Stand pain relief 3d'......... &tasteless 79 C -
The finest
Ai Extra Large 9 9 C PINT bottle' ..-..._.... HOUSEHOLD _.

CAST IN SKITS Members of the cast Mrs. Chris Semmes; (front row) Patty .Magnify & Reg. MUR1NE DROPS 9Ec LIBERTY
in two skits nd in the Cuiscnair demonstration Marr, David Swingler, Debbie Bender, ,
Comfort cleanse,
I left to right (back row) Miss Margaret Alan Baird Debbie Hanson, Greg Greene: I refresh the 59C s sI CORN
llallum, Miss Rebecca Watts, Miss Debbie Weinhold and Dan Kincbvatcr- Dropper bottle__. 80c 1
Peggy Rich, Miss nmna; Mabtlitini and (Photo by B) l I BROOM

Tony's Pizza and Spaghetti from each of the partiiipalinj CARTER'S Pills
IRC NEWS ( ]Home; Eagle Department Store schools have been chosqn and NOW AND SAVE
and liexall( Drug Store ribbon> will be awarded those Q G All vegetable laJi. PRICE!
(Continued from Page 3-B) judged the best j t ative gives gentle 49C AT THIS LOW
'" relief Pack of 3d..?." .
designed to accomodate engineering 4-H Ar.a Event Diy All parents and lends are
and office facilities hereThe Results of their training will lordally invited to attend this AYDS for Reducing
building will be of total be shown next Saturday by 4.II Alca Events: Day, Luther Hog Fudge or caramel candy. ZJC
..,._., ..
concrete construction, and when members In their "Area Events cis. principal ul Coquina, has MONTH SUPPLY for. ? ? -
completed will be a beautiful. Day' at the Coquina Elementary been most coopeialive with, the SIXTY DAY SUPPLT..lSO ,
addition to the landscape of Indian School, commencing at 8:30a
and in the welcome
group: joins I
and m Demonstrations will comprise
River CIty. Owner '
to attend Some of the 411 era
4.11 members' skills as a
contractor ockhouse Const
will lid as hostesses I
Company and !Koy guys that ho team and as individuals. Girl 1 1 I
has to z
already given;: options
lease offke space to IS firms. DAVIS LAWN SPRAY ForbouFfentheirstyle 1 "HIGHto
The completion date is April IS: BANGLES & BEADS KITES
I IWtu theusual style, FLIER
Roy says tint l when couplet t _
Ed, he will accommodate the >, 570N EM Chinch NECKLACES, ,$ 7 ot. !! 30 c
Irancli Construction Companyin BRACELETS, A size 15. O T
the new bidding l:, and will TNTBugs- Any Black & White 1 t 5 9 C EARRINGS... of 2-- J
then resume !possession: of hit< Cord 10<
own office on Jepson Street, now I 'F184 Fungus Exposure Roll All) Kinds
being used by Tranehl Hoy -
I w o Worms Right Reserved to Limit Quantities
says that lie anticipates that ,
this new building will be leased 1r
wholly to engineering: :, constiue I o Fertilization E /
t.on and ttclumian firms or organizations YAY .... I !f s sI. I
: who have contracts I ,
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with the NattLiuil l Aeronautics. ron I.
all M Cad Brand Paint

New Books
New books, received and 9 x 12 PAINTER'S
Jut Buy one AEROSO
placed on the slicivcs of the In s
dun Hiver City bianch of the DROP CLOTHS S c ESHEN99c
get one 77
City Library by Mrs>> Jackie p \ r s- r / Heavy Duty Vinyl \ J
Merriam: include: Thermos] n FC 02
Hi __
"Fidel Castro & CompanyInc" AT NO txriA conRoller Mod bY Twln.pack Reg 98c n
by Manuel Uirutia Llca,
"A llistoiy' oi Communication"by i.89 Vacuum
Maul ke ftibie; "Chemistry a.: ONE COAT
of Lu!" by Katherine Jtolfm, ? OIL BASE Bottle Buy
..t'o.tfr"i Conpletc Huyle by "" HOUSE PAINT 'PBGAC si -
1 K, I'. Foster; Communist: Mamftito' '- Ur TU | VUI1 ll|| "Holiday"22 I SHOE TREES SASCO
Miracle by of Vitamins"Karl Marx by; Doris"The 1Ptb., .,, Ilc/tuNr NIDINO DY1.uenr VTH TIMIUCONTA 2nd OALANO linerand rugg Adjustable'GLASS _\

latxr; 'Smoke Screen' by M 7r t ryp Ir,' Ml | MIIOIWINHIIITOII cup Pint, ... Fits All 77 C CLEANER "
1) fl.euboigtr; "The Tree ofwfc" e ,,, V TO uD KlUM HIT
+ti or covu.a ill uuoN 's----= sac .
by Reginald: Trcvett < 'f I / 10* Y11 ON WOOD, Ar NIlrla aNT : Rea. eroso) :
Ijnite)] pilflj I OlTAl OR MAM7NIr 89c Stzo Spray 53c: Shampoo Spray

Cub: Puck News
I Anti-splash
.1 with 3-ft.
Cubs from Pack 310 of Ineliun I 44cIf
We Arc Not Filling YourPrescriptions tubing

thank! lover the:lolloping City would Indian like River to. and Pan Set . ]79c(; You Are Losing Money! - 57 s.U.rI!

City Stores who donated I door Reg. 1.39 ValuedWALLPAPER
piizrs fur their recent Clue and
Jik '. Barber Shop, Merritt
I Department Store, Cutter Waicren CUTTER DRUGS
Drug store, Diehl's Hardware .! AGENCY MAGNOLIA AVENUE I I. R. C. I
I Store, Jackson's 7.11 Store I II MARY CARTER PAINTS II I
I !In Magnolia Shopping Center:
Western Auto Associate Storein [ 404 Main Street AM 7.0731 I

Magnolia Shopping Center; ; I



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\\i I\ \ INSPECTEDAND PASSED U. S. BY Steak u. 881

if:' i = 50 Extra top! Yalue AND PURo CHASE of i; AGRICULTUREEST.43 FULL CUT BONELESS ROUNDSteak
1 FouN T..TI 0
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sumps" 9-I N e e ;
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/ WITH THIS r of r.Dif GOLD KING ; 39 ,,. 39 I 1 .
\ TWO Onion i A'rngs \ CUT ? .::4 LB. 33f
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\ 50 Extra Top Value AND PURCHASE Stamps OF, \ 23 EXTRA STAMPS with/ Chopped, Shaped 8J. It e.
t: WITH' 0-THIS t rNOR01 GOU N[MrN11 \ Cube Steaks 10 FDr 89< .......Ii..._.. .- --. ...'+ _. ..
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i i 33 WgVWUKVi l\lYIl .0' :\\ Sausage.REG. 45c. SUNNYLAND. FRESH Lb 39'PORK t{ recan Pie Pot Pies. .6 P es 51 .


r" t\ WITH 50' ExtraTop THIS,rfOtiN CW MOWA.N AND PURCHASE NNaON oF \; Pork Roast Lb 39'REG ,i ''PLEB.. 3 9 ) Fruit Pies 3 Family 51ssx 1.MORTON .\
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34 ANY =, SLICED WHOLE or HALF TALMADGE G ,> ,1.> WHILE THEY LASTJ,.; Donuts 3 Pkps 1.
\ i Country t Ham 98' ; -- ... / .
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I p.lII. Dy Btfoi POR RENT LOVELY 3 BEDROOM 2 bath I
Publication for w.d. *. m INSURANCEInc. pre- ..t concrete, steel-rein home, spacious living room, air-
II A.M. BaL For MOB. Publlratlo forced, state-approved, sizes 540 conditioned, carpeted fenced
bedroom now, leasing.one Palm Sals.. 630 gals.l 735 cats, and 1000 yard many extras. 108 ThorntonAve. 173-10 acre ranch with 2 bed I
WANT AD.BATE House Highway No. 2001 So. Washington Ave. Sals.: Grease traps 1 installed, tanks 267-1659. room home, needs some re
I Apartments.
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and cleaned drain fields
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Minimum Ch rg. SOa 1 and Court St., Titusville. relaid. Work guaranteed. Fittman OWNER LEAVING pairs with 30 fruit trees and

WORKING GIRL wishes to share Phone 267-6720 Septic Tanks, Inc! Phone AM 7- Modern 2 BdRm home located In lots of shade trees. High and

ALL CLASSIFIED ADS new bedroom home with single : 1421. P. O. Box 2016, Titusville. established residential area, nota dry and all cleared. This entire

PAYABLE IN ADVANCE working girl. $60 month. 267-3311. Mobile Homes Florida. development convenient to parcel with improvementslying
schools and ten. 6 fruit trees
Except Eittbllihed Account extension 263.BEDROOMS approx. 500 ft. from
and old shade trees. Custom
$16 weekly or 2 men .- l Real Estate built home with city water and Route 46 and a short distance
:'Unified DlipUy Rat ArtUtt I
on JUquulctanldcitlon ) $25 weekly, refrigerator. Near TRAILERS FOR SALE sewer. In addition there is an from Slims and reduced to
Tb. Itar-Advocat. r..n.e tbeII'tvUece Magnolia Plaza. Call 267-6633. INVESTMENT PROPERTY in attached lot facing US1 for bus- only $18,950 with $5000 down.
or "IlIac or reJectlDIan
iness or investment. FHA or
tt.um.nt wblcb It 4mcm.objectionobic MODERN FIVE room duplex 1962 ELCAR, 10'xSO', middle kitchen E'lgewater, 11 homes in as is conventional financing. Shown by
of aa4 mar 10 ad cbaac.".rtl.oin.tbe ai large yard close suburban, Gar I 2-bedroom.. Phone 267-6764. condition. Any reasonable offer. appointment only. W. J. Smith 429-We have several buildinglots
from that ordered to conform to den and William Call Wessner Realty, 267-7125. Realtor phone 267-3511 in Port St. John. If you
the policy of tbl. paper. COMPLETELY FURNISHEDtrailer
Tba Bur-Advocat will mot b. FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS, close cabana, utility room and ZONED FOR BUSINESS and TITUSVILLE, FOREST HILLS, are considering building in
Tpipoailbla.for more thin mae Incorrect In, efficiencies, weekly, monthly carporte. Lot 75 x 150. Must sell apartments, facing 2 streets, 100 672 Poinsettia, brick. custom this area, stop in and see us.
liable for U*any rtlon error nor In will adrertl It be.. rates, air conditioned, 417 Julia by April 1st. $7,900, Delesplne x 286, $20,000 Terms. Pcrkiss! built, approximately 2,000 sq. ft.

ncnl to a rector extent thai Street. Section, 1 block off U.S. No. 1 Realty, 267-3940. living area, 2 fireplaces, 7 449-100 x 135 ft. building lot in
the 00.1 of tb. epace occupied by J. R Kyle. months old. equity sale, assume
0. toni In lb.
advetleoment. Scottsmoor. One block off
$22,300. Payments $145
ON LOT, new 2 bedroom 50 x 10, monthly. Phone 267-7667. U.S. No. 1 on good road.
BUll... Offlo available Immediately adult .
u MaIn 8tret ,
{ -- Plenty of trees. Hard to beat
DIal AM T-0331 DUPLEX, UNFURNISHED, 2 bedroom couple. 2675695. TWO 10-acre tracts near Lake NO QUALIFYING, $750.00 down.
Office Hoar Lou: to 1:80: $100 monthly; 822 GardenSt. .:'.;:: Harney east of Geneva, $6,000 3 BR 2 bath, double carport, price of $1100 cash.

., phone 2672953.UNFLJRNISIED CIClo.F'.....$ft&.w r.... It64. woW""to -..... NEW 1964 SKYLINE bedroom each, terms. T. W. Mero, Broker, built-in kitchen, air conditioned
$3,995 50 10 2
Special x ,
AnimalsAKC Sanford 322-2481 for appointment. I Gardendale. AM 73262. 553-500' ft. U.S. No. 1 frontage
2 BEDROOM, "We should demand a refund. You couldn't hear including washing machine, furniture by 400 ft. deep including two
$100 monthly ((1st and last yourself talk during thqse battle scenes!" delivery and set-up. Low DUPLEXES FOR SALE FOR SALE BY OWNER, clean 3 corners. $55 per ft. with
REGISTERED Chihuahuas months down 7 financing.
) 267-7288. payment. years bedroom 2 bath, airconditionedon
2926 South MOBILE HOMES terms. > t &)i
Hopkins Ave., 26? MARTIN'S wooded lot in Whispering
3559 after 5 p.m.BEGISTEIED For Sale Authorized SkyUne dealer DUPLEX ON LARGE lot In IRC double well
HOUSES FOR RENT Hills, carporte, deep ,
For RentWAREHOUSE 2 bedrooms with walk In closets
1224 No. U.S. 1 No. of overpass, i fenced yard patio covered 749-2 business lots in good location
1422 N. AKC Beagle DUDI. ---- 4 ROOMS: of beautiful furniture, Titusville, 267-3081 Inquire 606 Tropic St. porch. 1429 Oak Terrace. 267-1935!): in Indian River City on
Washington Ave., 267. ATTRACTIVE, CLEAN. 3 bedroom Hopkins Avenue. Well worth
2503. FOR RENT 2218 Washington Ave., 2673189. HOUSES FOR SALE
bath and \V, well located, MOONLANDMobile 3 BEDROOM, 1H bath, $300 down, the price Of $7500.

Boats For Sale $135 monthly, 267-3064 or 267. STORAGE SPACE m metal build- REPOSSESSED SPINET PIANO Home Sales GARDENDALE, 3 BEDROOMS 2 $85 monthly. Call Wessner Real
7145. Ing on Nevlns Court, rear of Used only 4 months, take over bath central heat and air. ty, 267-7125. 751-320 ft. on Hopkins Avenueby

SAVE $900 less than 2 months old, IRC, 2 bedroom, like new, no small Star-Advocate now. See building.H. II. Available Hudson -. small KIRK monthly SCHOOL payments.OF MUSIC SPECIAL SPACES PRICES PROVIDED AND 2676477.Small equity, $113.75 monthly. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, Florida 1194 for ft. deep. Attractively

used 5 hours, 1964.18 foot fibre. children or pets. 2676149. 6-8 at Star-Advocate. 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385 U.S. 1 North of Overpass room with fireplace, aircon priced use.
glass, 1964liP Mercury -- -- ditioned, swimming pool Make
eng- pm. 3-BEDROOM I. 2 bath, deep well,
ine, many extras, original cost --- FENDER PRECISION electric Titusville 267-5695 nice lawn, recently painted. offer on down payment. 2670467. 755.-Approx. 100 ft. from ocean.
2709 must sacrifice, sell for OFFICES FOR RENT For Sale base guitar. Blonde finish with Draperies. No qualifying. Phone Two 2 bedroom apartmentsand
$$1800. 267-6895. accessories, plus fender leather TRAILERS FOR RENT 2676599. 3 BEDROOM, LOW down payment, a one bedroom
OFFICE SPACE available, new, REPOSSESSED 21" MOTOROLATV case. Base guitar, list price $279; ------ assume payments $78 monthly. apartment all completely
Building & Const.NIDY 300 sq. ft. each, Just north of Ti. take over payments of $2 guitar case, list price $60; worth 2 BEDROOM, house trailer, MimI, 3 BEDROOMS: ALL fenced in 2875286 after 5:30: p.m. or see furnished on corner paved
tusville city limits. U.S. 1, avail weekly. Guaranteed same as near $350, sacrifice at $200. Excellent private lot. 267-1652 or 267-3485: $400 down, $64 monthly. All kindsof at 3154 Hallum St. street with extra 50 x 100 ft.
CONSTRUCTION, resldent- able in 60 days. 267-3661. new! set. T. V. Service Center, condition. Call Ron 267- fruit trees, roses shrubs, F. 3 BEDROOM HOUSE, hard wood lot. Located in New Smyrna
1als, commercial and remodeling 2115 Garden St. 2673883. 0331 or 267-7135: after 7 p.m. NEW 1964 50X10 house trailer. H.A. 4254 Alachua Ave. floors corner lot, wash house, Beach. Approx rentals $100
12: years in Tltusvllle. Licensed BEFORE YOU DECIDE See Rent with option to buy. Private ---- -- -- -- Will per month. Priced at $20,000
good water. take trailer in
this downtown Titusville office. REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS, FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES, 3 BEDROOM I, 1 BATh, built-in
ind bonded. Phone AM 7-2328. party, must move, located Palm and shown by appointmentonly.
payment. Phone 267-2076.
Air-conditioned, heat, parking, washers, dryers (almost any floor samples, greatly reducedto Harbor Trailer Park. Ray Me- kitchen, seperate dining, fenced part .
Business Property $95. C. B. Davis, Realtor, Orlando make). Buy Em Wholesale plus make room for new merchandise Keon, NE2-0904. backyard, well for yards. Assume
nite.day CII 1-3336; Titus. service T.V. Service Center, for new lines. Buy of a life mortgage after small down LOTS FOR SALE
iSTIME---Uere;; 417- fronTage ville 2677840. 2115 Garden St., 2673883. time. 2111 Garden, 2675733 or payment. 2673544.EDGEWATER : 800-B.sautiful new 3 bedroom
feet .. 2671926. TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT --- 2 bath home. $13B50 no down
Hwy. 50, excellent location 1 OFFICE 15x30 alrconditloned, TRAILER AWNING aluminum, 2 BEDROOM fully ATTENTION BUILDERS, 6 lots, payment with VA financing
in up and coming areapricedright utilities furnished, Immediate occupancy approximately 40 feet, Lot 75 FURNITURE furnished, masonry home on paved as is. $2200 each. Shady Oaks
for quick sale. 1 office, warehouse and Mobile\ Manor. BRAND NEW overstocked. Must ONE ACRE trailer space, $30 per street. Lot 75: x 110. $10,500.: subdivision, large storage warehouse
CALL: ARROW REALTY, 287- storage yard. Ideal for contractor sell 7 piece living room suites. month, children welcome. Applyto Park Avenue: Realty, 103 East and small house included. 818-4 bedroom 2 bath home
7037 U.S. 1 INDIAN RIVER or subcontractor, available In NEW 1964 COLOR T.V. $39 .SO $119.77. complete rooms, $248.50, R. E. Springman 2 blocks off Park Ave., Edgewater, Florida. Call owner. 267-5963. between Titusville and Mims.
CITY W. T. plus service.<< Buy Em no money down, easy terms. Call 50, Christmas Park. Westinghouse kitchen lot 150x
_ 90 days J. W Childre Realty
Wholesale. TV. Service Center, 2675735. Open Sunday. 10-6() WHISPERING HILLS. Modern 9 I 75. Deep well and water
GARDEN STREET FRONTAGEwith 2672541. 2115 Garden St., 2673883. I Mobile room, 2 bath, swimming pool softener, extra 2 bedroom
large house. Ideal for dent- OFFICE SPACE for rent also FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine i Owners air conditioned, fireplace, deep BUILDERSWANTED building wired. Only $14,100
ist or doctors office. Call Fran- suitable for repair shop. Inquire AUTOMAtIC FOUNTAIN Coca I furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite LIVE RENT well. And an Income apartmentover with $3000 down.
ces Watkins, J. W. Childre Realty Like.Nu Furniture. 609 Main St. Cola dispenser. Used 8 months. 7 piece dinette all only $13.83 2 car garage and work shop.
2672541. Reasonable. 2676814, per month. Decor Furniture, 206 Grounds completely landscaped
323-Central air and heat, 3
2673125.ROOMS WHY BUY used appliances that 1 N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian River FREEInvest and contain 120 trees, mostly or bedroom 2 bath home with
Camping Hunting FOR RUNT--- has been demonstrated for' City. Phone 267-7813. ange, plumosa palm and oak. "FOREST HILLSESTATES"I deep well, city water, car-
months the floor at Near golf course. Call 267-2049. porte, adjoining concrete floor
ROOMS FOR gentlemen, quiet, on high
BUY OR Heavy Equipment
rent a folding tent
camp $20 down and I
when payment for boat fenced side and
prices can get the
rr, sleeps 5. stove, sink Icebox. 1206 Pine St. you appliance BRENTWOOD ESTATES
.Double i you want wholesale and pay only $20 monthly and well models ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT back. $17.900 price, $2000
J. 3/4 4 planned
Campers. 2476 Old I 1958 YARD MARION dragline, 0':: are now
ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen in will and down, $125 month includes
privileges buy
with service
carton from a possess your per
Dixie Highway, Phone 267-1384. model 35 M, serial 21613.Swartz' open. Brentwood Estates is minutes $3000 Per Lot!
TV and washer. AM 7. dealer you know. TV. Service extra large full acre trailer lot. everything. This is a home
from downtown Titusville
Child Care 2283 after,5 p.m. Center, 2115 Garden St.. 2673883. water, GAS-2906. Motel, Edge- Become your own landlord.Don't West on Garden Street. FHA ., CHAS. JANNARONE you would be proud to own.
-- tear up rent receipts each Titusville Shopping Center
----- ATTENTION CONSTRUCTIONworkers BARGAIN HUNTERS We have A month. More than 150 happy VA, 2-3-4 bedroom homes, from AM 7-3441
CLOSE IN Titusville, clean, comfortable rooms with board. Repossessed 63 Model Swing Help Wanted families now reside in our Beautiful $85 monthly, includes every. 847-3 bedroom 1 bath for only
home. Experienced. Newly decorated. Oak Hill Guest Needle thing. 267-7142 or NE 68385.: $8500 with $430 down. The
DialO-Matic. Easy To ------ Trailer Community. Only a
Hour, day or week. 2672210. House. U.S. 1, Oak Hill, Florida Operate, Makes Beautiful Designs NIGHT COOK wanted. 2672475. I few lots left. Visit us and lee 4 BEDROOM 2 bath, new, lowdown payments month. arc just $65.29 per
3459132. Makes Authomatic Button. -- I for yourself the finest Mobile section in DON'T PAY RENT!
CHILD CARE in home Nicest
own reasonable APPLIANCE SALESMAN\ applyin payment.
holes Park in all Florida.
Sews on Buttons Etc All Home
rates, hums, LcGrange SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies without t Attachments, AssumeRemaining person to !Mr Smith, W. T. Titusville. Forest hills 267-3564! : I' 855-An older home right in
area. 267-2830. for rent. 801 Orange St. 267. Grants, Pirtle Plaza. I
3400. 4 payments of $900 I IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY, new TRAILER town. Lot 75 x 100 which is
CHILD CARE by hour day or Ph. AM 75530. I FEMALE HELP WANTED Route 50 Christmas, Florida 3-bedroom, 2-bath, with extra zoned business. Only $12,600
week, Indian River Heights.For NEWLY FURNISHED, air conditioning I Phone Orlando 275-1727 large rooms, kitchen is every with terms.
_AM 5763.. TV, Maid service, $30( -- !MAID, 5 DAYS a week, colored woman's dream, $15,750, terms. OWNERSWe
miles of
Direction 12 west
preferred. 2677789.
weekly. 2327 S. Washington or Ryan Realty, 267-4691. 965! -Do you want country living
Rent call 267-5407. U.S. No. 1 & Titusvilla
close in? We have home
RIVER LANES Snack Bar, over on Highway 50. LARGE 3 BEDROOM house, 2 full a
LOW rates, clean rooms for work' 21, Must be experienced. Mrs. tile baths, built in range and have beautiful fun acre mobile that is just a few feet from
FOR RENT men. 103. Call 2676185 or 267- Shirley Moir, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. oven, carporte and utility room home lots, sire ICO x 440, the city line. 3 bedrooms, 2
3992. Must apply in person. no red tape, no qualifying, $750 for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH bath, air conditioned, 2 utility
Floor Sanders. Polishers I down and move in 2671928. rooms, all fenced in. Just
Phone AM 7-3255: CLERK-STENO. must have knowledge Moving StorageLOCAL I Move In now Trailer Livingat $14,600 with $2600 down.
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only of typing and shorthand, LUXURY LIVING new brick I its best.CHRISTMAS.
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET I 25c! each at the Star-Advocate JESS W. CHILDRE must be able to meet public, excellent AND LONG distance mov- veneer, 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath, 876-Large 3 bedroom 1 bath
Baldwin Shopping Center working conditions, apply t ers. Moving, storage, packing, built in range and oven dish home with fireplace. Locatedin
City Hall, 525 Palm Ave. shipping, cold fur storage crat washer and disposal. intercom PARK Indian River City across
with AM and FM radio, central
MALI HELP WANTED ing. Free estimates. 2673341. from new Church. $12,000 with
SEE Brevard Rldgeway Mayflower. oil heat and airconditioned, terms.
OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE -' wood burning fireplace, wall to 11 Miles West of Indian River
SENSATIONAL, NEW patented wall carpet, double car garage, City on Rt. 50. Christmas, Florida .
I product by one of Amerl(a'! top NOTICE fully landscaped, corner lot, Phone Orlando 275-1939 886-1 bedrooms 2 baths FlorIda -
corporations, tremendous mar $27.500. For appointment 267- room and patio just northof
'HOME\ SUBDIVISION ket no competition, commission 1928. Slims including 100 ft.
potential, $9,000 1st year, no In- ALL PERSONS INTERESTED in a LOT IN Dixie Village. Make offer. frontage on U. S. No. 1 which
Featuring: vestment, personal interview only NOON BIBLE STUDY class.i 1-4 AND 1.3 bedroom new homes 2671307. could be sold off. A buy at
See Mr. Fancher at HowardJohnson's I i please contact A. E. Rubins 267- in Forest Hills, fully aircondition LARGE LOT for multiple dwelling $19,500 with terms.
ACREAGE !Motel, Titusville, Friday 5182 before 7:30: a.m. or after 6 ed. large Florida room all electric or community business. $200
!March 6th, 79pm., Saturday evenings (weekdays) or write homes by J. M. Chewning down, $35 monthly. Also can fi. 891-Beautiful home in Whispering
I LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL 200 acres North of Mimi, one mileof March.. 7th at 9 a.m. only. C/O P. 0. Box 765, Titusville. Construction Company, 647 High nance building. Inquire, 2671481. Hills. 3 bedrooms 2 baths
River frontage, one mile of land Terrace, TitusUlle Florida. swimming pool fireplace plusa
I LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEEOARDHORSESHOES i railroad frontage. Only $650 per ENVELOPES Business Sizes I ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only 267-6789. Continued on Next Pag furnished apartment above

WATER Etc. ere, terms, Also Kraft 25C each at the StarAdvocateU. Read Star-Advocate Classifieds! the 2 car garage. $38,000 with
L 0 Envelopes clasp terms. Owner will consider a
Call Mr. Floyd R. Stone withJ. small home in trade. Shown
W. Childre Realty for mailing. Full stock at StarS I by appointment only.

AM 72541Brokers Advocate. S. No. 1 "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"
$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO I 926Owner says sell now. 2
FRONTAGELet & 'tU. I bedroom frame house in town
en Old Dixie Highway. Just
show this choice 1'Z.1leQct reduced to $7500 with terms.
REACH OAKWOOD: From Tltusville go north on us you j
U.S. 1 to Mims.:' Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more SYDNEY SCHWARTZ, REALTOR parcel of U. S. No. 1 front "

mile to our entrance on right. For free information age between Titusville and relephon.AM 9-14-2 bedroom unfinished
call Mims. 584' frontage on U. frame in good condition 100 x
"BEST BUYS"BUSINESS S. No.1 with an average '-2011 $135:1200.ft. lot. Total price Just

of 632'. Ideal for
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! shopping center site or 1. TEN ACRES with approximately 2 acres of fresh 953-200 ft. frontage on Garden

AGENTS ON PROPERTY TIL DARK many other uses. At pres- water lake (fish stocked by state) 6.60 feet on county Street which is being zoned

RIVERFRONT: Beautiful 2-bedroom, 1-bath, CBS home; ent time planted in grove.A road. Ideal for development Intd lakefront lots or four laned. Zoned for business
8.35 situ. Just placed on the mar
total of acres
Lot 75 200. Road to river with full Riparian
estate. GOOD TERMS. with terms.
Rights. Good Terms. ated high and dry. Price is a country ket for $23,700

( only $200 per front foot
NONAOnpnl I $13,500.00 with with 29r( down and 2. WE HAVE a few 4 bedroom homes available for

f I I WAREHOUSE: For Rent 24 x warehouse, close In, Call terms today to suit as the this purchaser.won't immediate occupancy, (i

CBS, Roll-up steel door.
$75.00 per month. last. 3. FOR SALE! Three new homes Just outside city

r limits. Now under construction. Excellent conventional
GOOD CORNER LOT South of town, 100' on U. S. No. 1, financing. DANENBURGREALTY

zoned for business, 93' deep, house and lot pricedfor

DIVISION AND LOT quick sale and at a sacrificed price: fiJiJIii 4. Check with us on FHA homes being remarketed.

$17,000.00 There are several available now.

U. S, No. 1 2 miles North of Mims at Rocket SYDNEY SCHWARTZ Realtor
'' & WnJ/aJ !0 1514 South Washington
Motel Phone AM 73097. 1141 S. Hopkins Ave. i REALTORS: /J.yan.Conwa, nc.REAL'rORS .

Open 7 days 9 A.M. until 7 P.M. Titusville Florida 8 I INSURORSDial AM 7-3853

AM 7-6100 or 6101 I 413 Main St. TUusvUle Ha. Where buyer and seller expect ,

"A LOT MORE FOR A LOT LESS" EXPERIENCE( DOES COUNT I Phone 287-5000 AM 7. 2011 Day Night or Holidays and get better and faster serviceP..e i it.


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Continued From Preceeding Page Residentiallncome Services Used Cars & Trucks JtHKItl. IIKIlir ININII UlMkwIcr VMM ilr""a..d. cat.
I ealed bill will be received by the IIIK Ktt\KI It ( III NTHOKII \ HANK OP MRLIininNE Done and I Ordered at Tlluavllle\ .
Hoard of Counly Commlealonera up I. t ANt TRUST CUUPANVhMrUTOK FlotkU.. Ibis .th day of February
Real: EstateLOTS I NEW STORY Colonial style IVCOMETAX: FETUM! CADILLAC. Fleet wood, good to 11:46: AM. March ID. m, it the ( II 'I\ttH" u.t alt. 1: : 1\11.\ .
I brick bedroom duplex condition Courthouse In itluevilU. )'|orl car by telephone or appoint roentLlwrsed I $425. 267 3992 for: JAM..JI4RUWN.. \U : *nil rrum nf the trollS Court
FOR SALE ports utility rooms central alr.1 trained, experiencedR : Plaintiff .flier liy: V. .. untnuier" I>.c.
conditioning Corner Jones Ind'i W. DeLeon Sti. Titu vllle. 121.< :67-4508.! lance of three ihouwn I feet a I MAR EMMA BKOWV Attirni-vn I"r F.l.tO H i. Wllllum Muodaon
wllth at fifty feet and a tail Defenlant. >' II..x AI I1' J. Wllllum UoodaonH
flood terms Phone Orlando CA3bHM : IN my home $1 an bl PONTIAC BONNEVILLE convertible trip of thru thoueantl. feet, a TO: AlAn( EMMA IIROSVN Melbourne. Florid U Hn* IllS
WE WILL BUILD __ Eves. GA 2.1706. hour 2077017 wllih of thirty feet, cnnneitlna: jtmit NO' a, DOS rr tlar I. II. lit. JT <\\'.. .) 1M4i Ecu Pallle. Klorllarrt .
1 Sway power, beautiful .t Interval with runway Thla .
I Slaleerilie. VI > Ill Mar 4 II. III (\\edt) tMiIN
Trad'-- "INGERSEWING Mtlioe Co.. condition inside and out, black work !, to b<> clone In, lunjunr)' I I Tot, AllIS II5lKItT NOTIFIFIi
TO SUIT YOU Sale or ales and service Piaklaf .hear* finish Sec Ed Davisson. Helton lion with (luntv for, < .. al Mer. that a ash tat, UKurur' ,.... l h..",, i" TIIIi: MI II I ir ( in nr ot TIIIMMII :
rut liUn I, ..11 IKllr( "
I fie I maliial you In the eteiit 1111111
I I II tec. ab rp iMd. Pboo AM T- J'unII Mt IllrI: IHf 1.11' 101 RT. NIVTHJl
On Your Lot MODERN \NCH house with new 1244 -- -- -- --- may be buinxil. *l th. rtrevar. I Ilounty I \li, anal) for Utavarlounly. l-Iurlt.. I Itilltvd .,.. I.I>HIII\ bill I VI. f lbS I IlhF tlOKIDA
'furniture Small loon .paymeitbaUntv 57 FORD wry good conditiont Ulitrkt, 1 Office. In 'riutuMile JAMK.-4 IIIIO\\'S. Id illff I II \ 'I MtNO. tTWM Ir.osilIllKilIoEvslilllh.555.: I
A New Home as rent Take trailer as FREE LP bottled gas Installation ft>fill WT\ .3404 after 5 p.m. rinilla' hefore hlol I ,Int f.'r \'.. MARY'" *:....A''W N I). f t.I-I Innl I Mini K: 05> -n5 l IThARlOT .. :5 C II I .4 tIn ".. I7tob7'lilll
I ujIeuaLioii. .. i-KK: trritviN, t: Ut. MllrlItVIiU
fjtianierv! No .WU YI a''
N U. S. ; .Titusville .
part of payment. Also have oil (09) Jse I, Payment 'L" b.> math. span mimpletlon hereby rrv' ...f She Istiff A. itolLEII
S A New RoomWe heater complete 2 gas heaters Suburban Propane Gw Service. Wanted To Buy of work ant ln .pecilun .n\,I \ our ana", .r II' oltur wrill"' ,dfrniea ...... PloIstiff
compresser for sale ,Quay 867-411. "" vptaaie, by luutit* Knelneerlna: to the) Oomiilalnl flk.,il 'It,'nt' iup BAHAH dTKAlN ...

will furnish plans. and make I Lrojles; Scottsmoor Honda. ;,11 USED AUTOMOBILES, .City Auto llfflu AH*)',. Ml hnnl will I I- iionicl, IvUicf for,in IMnlmlff'Juatkc. *l I'. MeCerey 0 llox :HJ.All.t.rueo'''i.ll' TO : SAIiAII.. STRAIN Itefcn Unt Jtll'wn J-DWIV, .i.. HJVN A. 8TIDWFIL| III'I'I"ELL.I.(alas)

loan arrangements:;: with no miles !No of TitimllleI PAINTING Parts AM I 7.3686.Wanted: ..Cut blillir. llraib rlirt A p.rforma.".. bon 1 In an am.'u 11 Iglnal. Ih......" In the niChe.1 1 thlirk .. Kl: too. T..... |Its, >t al.
down payment. Give us a call DECORATINGand hated by Euglnw'rtnl: Itoiuitlment ( nf I the CIrcuit Court ofuapt 11.- .
BEDROOM: 2 bath central heat .. You are hereby aotUI..1.hat\ a D'fondaoUIN
No Obligation and airconditioning dishwasher To Rent to be panted. by nil 11 uiful. hhlMr.I. County. Tllua\llle ."nrlln.I nor Cotnl| .lnl tar tllvoree h.> hranfill T1U: NAIlS or ThIs STAIlui
All blU he nmrkpl
In 11101 I Air.
l l'fore the :3 day. of April AH ),I against you In the Coirt Ilitcil >t' H.lltlUVTO :
disposal built.in range and oven) i .afltlla..a, to be on outil"'In left 1WMIIFIIFIN abmr nn"l the .hbr.'a"' llllr of :
267-6789 .
well for lawn, furnished or tin RAPERHANGINGC I GARAGE: SINGLE? or double for bid.hand I curser of envelope eonlalnliiK T\tl NOT or n Orrree the ea.e I I. ii let. firth hrrrlnalmvnml .;....In A. Blulwfll, (.also. known!
furnished for 10' wide trailer private workshop for several Board ira ('onr.-_. "'lll lu tnlirrlncalnal VDII are hrrrby rmulrcl. toerve .. rMwIn N. Hiulwilli and M.ryM
H Prizzell The rrarv the right toreJiHt .
J. M. CHEWNING you fir lion relief (irnvi' I for a > of Annwi-r / ., .
months, 267.d74Want ) and all bioI. 'ol| Y your or Hludwoll hit wir. if livIng aol
Construction Co. lots or acreage. Phone 2672013 1120( Johnson St. 267.3747 Jot;any: IIM<'KIIAMCIIAIHMAN /. In null 1 Conptint.5ttiNH I'U.aillnf to th. Corni.,lalnt. an III. If dead the unknown ipoune.. nelrtdevlwra ( .
----- I' AND OKIUHH: : at Tltuilllr Plaintiff.. ailurnvy t''la,tie fVriiorMmlkir Iniiitaee ranlrei.... nt oal'
I \' 'lor....*, Ilia 2 Oily nf Sin...rch I I'.raon. II11 llyr.l llnin /llnre .n,1, and all
647 Highland Terrace Services PRINTING THAT SATISFIES To Trade BO A III'I (W (lI'NTY Ail.l 51,14.il'ot'aiT, any pi-reonn or
f'lor"I. ant fill ,
'lIn. the orlic underor
cnai Mtitt4IONFliiaUILeVAIOD : : I parllei claIming by throimh
small form Jobs when promised. RRAT
Titusville I COITNTVrUUUDA (( I teal Annwer or Iraillnt In the ,,f. against the sold Edwin: A. Htud
I Rubber stamps that atamp 4t'flTio H ISARb'E4Sept floe. of the tlrrk. or ('Ir,'tilt Court, well. (aleo b nuwnes r.lwln: N
Printshop 817 Main St., Titus. BI8F'F. U. S. 19 98 frontage over Fib (' ef t h. Olirult Court. I In, nut UUr. thitn I hil.'th oil'l of Hiu.lwi-IK, and. Mary M Ktutlwellhu .
T.V. SERVICE CENTER 267. 1 :)5' "lar 4 (\\e.l ) 1.HMBREVAHD
.- 8 acres, trade for north Brevard .n,1 I for Mrvvarl ('oUUl)'. Mirih, 1IM4 wife GeorgeV. llentley, ..1...
MOTELS FOR SALE 3883 Home service class only vllle acreage or lots Phone 267.2016 .'l..rldallv If you fall to ,0 aa. n D"crc. Pro known aa (.0. W Kenlleyl. an,I M rvrranirit
$295 with this ad. All! repairs I V. H. Spongier, CnnfrMO will b* Ukrn ...nln>t you llentlry hi. wife If living,
COUNTY MAPS l>er>%itv It'rk f<.r th. rrllrf, ilrmnnilcl In the r mphilnl in,"I .If ,I load. me unknown ipouae.
MOTEL-$-42000 total on U.S. 1, guaranteed: in writing for 90 Used Cars & Trucks Mnr 4, II, IK, 16 l'V.l I I 1lI.;I IIN .. ".Ir.. devlee. Ic g'ateel. .r.nu..
close in. and includes valuable dajslVCOMEf. Work These maps include Intricate do! Till: ce'IlIr I III. 1 -IIIIIHNIt : Ct'RTI1 n. BAIINFS "r..lllora. and any an,I all peraon
waterfront. l Ideal business for -bookkeeping 1------- tails of ihore lines, lakes, rivers. .11 III.IIN: tNII rllllMtO (lark of (Iroult C'.itrtHy or panics olulmlne: by. throuh.unler .
: lAA and ,
V. or agbtuet l tie I talil (UenrcuV
husband and wife Call Arrow service Resident 2G7-3516 11962 GALAXIE 500 4 door. radio POS1TIOV: DESIRED in Cocoa or rural. homes. marshy lands, air. In nit't .IKtt I 4 .ll M'\. I MOKII : KimnalrrIVpnty I lurk lientley, .Isle. known aa U ''VV

Realty, 267.7037, IRC on Highway I Office H. & and heater, whitewalls, 19,000 : (COl'HT HI.:AIKrb 1.1) llegtleyi, and Mary r'raniea Itenth-y,, ,
2673721 Burgess Titusvillo. office work or cashier, beacons> section and township I'Shate of MAIIIOV IILAKIWIHII : : -:
I 12, Mar hi. wtfe C. II. John. (balsa known
1.Real. miles. assume pa;>'ments. Call \\' .... 19 W 4 O\"ttl ) 1811IN
I Associates. I typing filing. Meet the public lines, etc. Area covered: by each a* Ch Illon II. Johnu), .nometlniea
Bernard Ja;>'Ior. 2677324. "ilmnaiplNOTIC I I .. ,
unusually well 9. resident. known Chllllon II. tones.. an I
Estate Wanted i DRESS MAKING alterations yr municipality is shown also railroads r: OF tlllMI. irilllilNIIIH : Julia llurr Johne, (aim known' *.
Easter dresses done early call 1959 FORD RANCHERO call 267- I Call 632.3988.ABYSlTflNG. canals antI 0.Hl: 1 IliaC II billiE: i Till': f I"IIIT ('01 HT 01lltr Julia ... John.. hi. wife, It alive
government rr10liN'ollo
----- --- I -- Mrn" M 1>111\1. < ISiS ir INtNII sod If .deal the unknown ipouae,
WANTED. LISTINGS on acreage. Mrs! Bazen, Indian River 2450 after 5pm. R or housework reservations' alone with inset *. U hrrrbv Rlvrn 'that I It ivfll ,. rllll. III! \\llll H'II\'I"% heir.' d.\I...., 1".1...., .rallte..
'l my final roiurna a* (: e uliuf I I. commercial. business any type I Heights, 267.7956. 1958 STUDEBAKER, good runningcondition I wanted. Good references available maps for greater detail Set (of( Ihf rlHtntp nf MAHION III VKH.Mllh t 1 II 15 $ .II\ tJJMVMVII : (IIr edllo I>arll...aa,1 claiming any an by) ,all through peranre,

needed. Perkiss Realty 267.3940. I INCOME TAX returns prepared. $200 Phone 267-6652 501 Olive .Ave uRIc two sections) mailed any : WI mpKllilon 1.1.. ilHiiraiio t fnl',1.,I that dlKlrll I "II.l hivfllvl "..' ....HI.:|l \\'. II AY LI TP IlnlntlffJHUIY Jnlrr: nr.ale agllnit.. known the...nil ChllllonJnln. C II.II.
Phone 267.3183 $3.00 and ant for final. .illapharir .nl I tInt,,I
uP. reservations along with inset nil i i .
v. known Chll'
35 ) lumttlmei
1958 PAMIARD, economy car, I STilt: ('IftC lIT .tOIHT Oi I April, liit Itoh S. I will mi. ..h a. ih.' aa
POINTING: expert reliable and mpg, Ijt $200 2117.7808.M6BCACK 111.: NIMH 1 Jl II H I II where for $1.10. Order from llonnrablilrnll, II unkllnx, : I.. HAT I 1.1 IrF Hun.o H kniwn Jinee)a.aol Julia I Julia II. J II,ihn irr.JohneUl ). his
( IH< I IT .I> % Is HIKIlltr I I',ninly Jud.,' if llravarit' I'. l>'frnilantNofKr .
I l-'ord. 2 door hardtop. 11I\ Star.Advocate ml) wife. rrne.t II ohlen,lorf (iota l ,>
work. Estimates I
: or
satisfying clad ill ir
M \ rlOlllOl Flnrlla, ,
YOU IN NEED I \ I KI I> ( I far autoval' I nf maul I Mini .. ,
ARE To 1 known 10; II nhl..nIort), an,1
shift 267 8340(). : "try I I. liivlirfVOIT
Jy. AM 70773 S speed floor $175, C'II INCr. H* M II. .Ulit Itclurna an,I fur an ordi I ,"I ilimrl ililendirf, .
his wife, whoa.true
JAMiull. AL.tifc.HT .'rAVAIiT.1'1.lnlUr billion .n.1 I f<'r final 'Ii. h' .:,. n.\ AKr: ith'ilEtlf NOTI"lt:11
: si'k- I Ihal a cull, Car illvi rov h.. boon Christian nmnr I. unknown to
OF HOUSING? INCOME TAX returns, accountingand PLYMOUTII IV8 with ... filed! miilnHl. I you In II,. c Iruult I'lalntlff). If alive. ii system service. C-F Associates runs .good. looks good, $280. Private NA'rALI .ITAVART. ( 'url if thi Ninth Jullrlil:, Irtult; unknown tpnuee. hnlre. .....vi....
267.0271. owner. Call :867,7730. ERMA u'r.niant.Aosrle I In ,nnl,,i for llrrvnr I I'nunlv. P'iritu. l I.euler., .ranl...... c.r.',lltorl an,I-any
-mill,,.I NMNIHIMI:' : >V. IIAYIII.. and I all prriuna or partlea clalmlnit
Here are two prime examples FKMA NATA I': isI LIb..044'To HTAVA8T1UH I Telephone Answering Service 1"1.lnl.f. v. JrltllV: I I.. IIAVI.IH-. by thrnuili, ( ,'roragu ttlirill
: .. ,
HrfrnUnt Ihinterv, No' :2I7W You .1 I Ernest: II. illhentorf (tiaa'bnown
of exceptional housing KeRatta Avrnua art h.r..hy r'qirei,, 10 ocrV.pyof .. t". II. ihlendorf, ant

in good locations close to Westwood Manor VOU'Ht\\blltlHr Aiwrtmeiit: HWHKHY(allfornla No .4 NOTiriFDIhut ': COSTS VERY LITTLE .il.ffii.ru herein your upon uimwoi ti (arl tli.. IIr O Complaint olh'r"w.n.on wrlilou fII.At'... -lotkarl I alio--known tihlendorf an,I .ulaaa Miiannah his wife I..ockartl.T 1.nrliartl N-.

schools and shopping: a "wplaliit, fix Ulvorca baa liirnny fi Ililnllff .n,1,I to file ). bl. wife. If living, an,I If
of bars fllvil ...Iut you and you are th. original thi-rnf In th. office deal.. the unknown, epouie. bvlra.devl.eee .
Nestled among the trees twrtby r.q ul r.d to TV. a copy atyouranuwero of I hi. Irrk of Ihri'Irr nit Court ,Irgttea. granleee. ervdMore .

lot r other pi..IIng to of II revs. ..I Toiinly' IhorlIa, on or aol any .n.1 I all peraona or
this extra large corner the complaint on the Plaintiff at- ,p It I.fort the 19th ilay of March A.U. partita 2 bath Old Dixie Highway Lorn.w.'IIII.m C. Irvln, >U.rnr 11W4IILIinv\ '>r agalnat the sail I T. N .Lotkarl
is this 3 bedroom at Law 33):) North Atlantic .4venu., Coco ACocoa PAIL NOT or t Drum and Mueanna .Rkur.l... (.'100 known
modern home with living Cocoa Beach, Horl.la. and to file lb. Pro ('o..t..... will hr unliiriil. ..Iuln..t ae Huaxnnah lx..karl.). hi. wUe.
original nnvwer or other pleadln TI'u' vlll. ynu, f..r lh. relict pruyrl. for In lloland t'. Mnellir Maul, HMorlltr
dining area, and all I In the office of the Clerk "..f the Botch Aro alii mnnlnlnt Me wife, r"'I.II ., an,T Jf t
room Circuit Court on or tor toe. the 13th deal. Ihe unknown h..ln.
IXINh: AMI onnPIII: ) .pou.e
o3i 7031 M7JJW at TlluaIIU
Brick Homes 3 bedroom 2 Full Tile Bath
electric kitchen including do day pf, March.ilrcrce 1WI.csnfmao Jt, you will fall b to. \ tlorlda, Ihla IHlli day of huh). d..vl.. .. IrguleeN, granlera. ereltrsanl ( ,
10 a
pro ,I all
rimry A. 10. 11WICuurl any an prriona or pol'tleaoisiniog ''
dishwasher, disposal, builtIn ntrrrl afHlnal' youDOVR ( Seal : by Ihr.h., under l or
-- ------
Central Heat Built-in AM) OftDKRED at llttm -- ...1".1 the eall Hcl.nl Moeller
(Colored) Range C''rll. It llarniaCLhltK c.
range and oven and refrigerator vlllii, lU-.v nl County ....lorL..... tbi.II : 0.' Tlll CIUC11T and Mauilrt It. M"ellrr. ida wireUam :
h ,lay of F..bru"ry, ,IJiMCITRTia CIII'l ur for tillr:VAHU ..y Uravee and r l.le. M. Or......
Ducted oil heat R. HARNIH: Clerk! ('01'.NTV .'l.OHII>Ally I but .wife. If alive. aol I It dead the
/ Hood Sod Lawns & Shrubs Choice of Uf TIM Clroult Coutl: ,
w Brevard Lumber V $W HiaiKlir unknown. api l 'e, hrlra. devleera.
and partial air conditioning (Court Seal Company 11.-put fl.ik: treaters, gr.ntses. "r..llion .n.1. .ny
living. Hjr Hertl Hall Fob. 19, 1(1, Mar. 1. II\ (W..I ) TMI1IN an.I all t'croons or partita claiming
afford comfortable Colors. Reasonably Priced Dc $ READYMIXEDINTRANSIT b", through uml.r 0' ...1"., thIs
and WII.LJAM C: VrNck all llarney (Iravea ant, tI.I.'M.
The screened porch Attorney at I.aw Building MitorUI. Lumber Paint Hardware I :; (5 rave.. bin wit", the unkoa1sielrn !
be utiliz- 267-5437 267.5293 267-2802 81) North Atlantic Aveau. 4 o f : VIK C.tll' lotltr. NINril Ir.atac.. ,luVloe's. eranleee.
outside patio can Cocoa' HearS, IloOd.Attorney WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSES: 4lllltl I ISIS I II. IN \Nl Mill. I creditors and any and all persone''
and thereis "' for Plalatlfftab iiitMt .%nn i 01 >ii xrtri-; v. oe lerllei claiming, by' throutn,
ed to the utmost 13. 18. IM, Mar 4 Wed.) IM4 Let U. Gin You An Estimate ONMIl I IN" ( II Nt.t.NL und 1 erurago toss J W Leech ,|e-
double carport and extra Prompt Delivery Phone AM 73831 .N. $0l157P'LJ.Tiit'lf oeaiel 5 Au.".(. I'.vi. Leei.h. If luring -
a VINI1If IIANIC, a I and It d..I.I the unbsewnopuae.
large utility room. Hon N.w York oorpur.II"n, keln. devleeee.. ,Irgateta,
Plaintiff ..."1..... creilltora ant. any and all
estly priced at $19,900 with VI.lAMF. peraun. or parties claiming by,
and See the Advantages ofLakeront CKrlT, et al through, un. ,Ur nr agalnit the. aaldAuguila \
art existing mortgage of Stop Defendant. liovle LeanS; and all pert
!NOIIC': OK HI irTIIF oni' or parties having. or claiming
$16,000 and monthly payments : RTArrUK: I Kl.OltlllATH / '10 have any right title or Inl.ro.t
: "'.mo. ULketl anil rtliabelh: In an,,1 I ti the pr iperly Involved. Jn
of $140, including T. I'uifcrtl hi. wife, whneereillenie thIs suIt or any pnrllna thereof aa
JUST GOOD BUYS le 4.7 Kiiet 4Uth helra, devlaerii. Irgatrea. !I.. *<..,
principal, interest taxes EstatesTITUSVILLE'S '"r..I. Isivonnati. iergla, .n.1 granleea. lu ,....oro, ...'11". brnefl .
William Jam,. R"bl....'", Jr. larlo. unknown .'.0".... or other"
and insurance. aol I Anny M. Hublneun hi. parllee claiming by. through under
wife whom rail lenc* I'a un or ....tn.t such d crease 4 1 p..raon D'
bnown.N.lloe per. suns, ..atural I or car parole' ilvisg
this 6 month old beauty NEWEST COMMUNITYOF I > h. hereby .h.n that suIt nr dead.. .I.lInlr 0' dl..olv.. 0ia155'",
See ESTATE has been ru... In the ab'va In.II'eaL..I log und..r the .bov..n..d parll..

with lot of family living REAL C',urlaguioo t you .n,1, aaohof culul qua traatent o. olhrrwiae. 01
a you, .0,1 I ain.t' Albert Zen.. .0 Iiestro "r. within its walls. The cen- EASY-LIVING HOMES! auI Virginia: ,, '.., hi. :il.' lb. of the abrve.named difndanli who
till. IIf whirl, c... I. so above cla'rn' any Inl..r..1 In any fir the
allows ahnwn real proerty|> Involved In Ihle iult
ter entrance foyer NFW: 3 BEDROOM 1. 2 bath near Garden; st. in excellent) nolahborIioo You r. hereby requlrt, 10 file or any part Hereof.. being dee rlbeda "

access to 3 bedrooms with- < 3 BEDROOMS t 1/2 BATHS rooms
In tha above proeee.llag with N* ot Nfl:* of NWW. $S't of
out going through the liv- with a kitchen that: would satisfy the most particular woman la. Clerk nf lIla Court .n.1.I lo servo HV<,. fir NWW" pn: of ifhV% ;
a rnpy thereof upon the plaintiff WS of UK', all In Merllon 1H
ing room. The formal dining Central heat, sodded lawn anti many extras. IMMEDIATE Itorney who. namn anSi,I a..Idr... Town.hlp Jl South Kitnge USFaet
aplIrars' lto'r.on on or irfre the :" IIr...." County. H.,rllaiNWK
room allows you to entertain P.f Month POSSESSION. $15750: with reasonable down payment 113(1, day of March. 1It.! .. th4 nature \ of NF1., NfI:'. of NWHl
$ $300>>:; $79.38 of his proee.iig, bring. a, stilt to all In Heotlm 19. Townnhlp 21rionth
in style and the living 1 2 6 0 0 Including P. A I. TWO BEAUTIFUL ACRES on corner of( 2 County roarli! just one foreiloxe$ trie Urn nf a mortgage on llange 36 rail: llrevarilt
DOWN 24 Year the foll.iwlnadeicrlbrl. illuala 'oust '. t lorlda
Mortgage property )
with the family block from U S. No 1 i. Would, make several rice
room homesite.. In lirevard, County. "Florida. You .a.1.I each of you are hereby
room adjoining creates a let $5500 to wit: notified that Ih. above nantmlPlaintiff .
lot 3. lock r. AIHAIt BUflMVIHIDN baa brought suit to of livable area. The modern HI'CTIUN. : A. irorU title agalnel I you In the above Kyle
RESIDENTIAL LOT 100 135 Scottsmoor Cash
x In $1IMK laIC to thereof Court Involving the above deecrlbeilkin
with of- sup' or plat re*
pantry Check These > "".'..1..1. In PIK lineS II. loge. oi .l( eel.l ,aun. .being In the nature
fers plenty of storage space BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT north of Muni, 135: .n 15tf oni' good [;,,21 I Pubrj.i luwrde of Url/v.rIjo/ ; l! Of w tutl, ; to reel, oveelou 4. aol
.. ., .,J road. Calth. I I'oUty. It"rl.la. a,ilet, title af the above naneeil
and the Inside utility room MODEL >. ':- $1350 }J' IIONF. : Asia onnriirr: : at Time- Plaintiff i In and to the. above *...
QualityFeatures vllle. llrtveril trlbed l land by declaring I all I inerella *
allows to wash and dry C unly. II t.Ieotl br.
you 20) ACRES with 660 ft. county road frontage north of Mimi and :
OPEN Ida, I hie IMh' ilny of February. I'M4COIItT of the Drfxnilanla ,'mn'h I her.in .-
your clothes with no needto Wet! of U. S. No. 1. All high and outside. The central ('I'OTIS II IIAKVFA: an,1 I void .n.1 I of n'i .effect and to
go : DAILYGeo.M. at $225 per acre. Clerk nf the <'Ir. nil Court enjoin) said! Defendant from later-
heat and air conditioninggive lly llerlle Hall l II the k' *.''t TO 7 P.M. VALUABLE CORNER on Magnolia[ Ave: near Indian River Post I IIOFMH WIGHT III'KlnltllAmrrl of lbs Plaintiff In to
pleasant Built-in Range and Ovenin "' a. National Hank 11I01.l eel..1 I land.Vou ..
whole and the wall to Office. Good constructed block home, could I bo convertedinto I'. (I. lbs IIUMMHI : .n,1, each of you are here /yorderea >

year Colors ( several offices or office-residence. $10.500 with terms I ,. "....r.bur. :a: llnrlilaAtlornyr an,I required in file your
wall carpeting in the living fur I'talnllffreb Allows r lo the Complaint filed heroIn -

area gives that comfortable Mica Covered Cabinets I 100 FT U. S. No I Frontage in Bellwood. $100 per ft i;. 10. 'S. Mnr" _4_ (Wed.) 1M4MOKIIM ...Inol In the you office In the nf the above Clerk ityMIeauee of

feeling, Oh yes, there is a White Terrazzo Floors I" Tilt: I IHnlr CU, sir us Till'': the Cireull Court In .nd for Sire-
I TRAILER tOT 93 x 140. $350 down and low monthly payments ..."rll It illS III. S lHIIH.I Is. vard Counly Finrlla, al hi. of doe
double carport and the C .555.. 5cl51 IIH'. bills I tlit'r: \, at the Courthouse In Tltu.vllln.
landscaping is lush on sani- Ducted Central Heat -3 OVER 'i 1IILE of valuable 50 ft. frontage. Don't wait until de. Florida. on or before the 12th day
I < 55555. t.MV Mil 1iMNorif ef March A. P. IW4. and to serve
tary sewer and water, too. I Full Tile Baths Choice of Colors velopment in this area removes. this from the speculators r: TO Hi' rriiiUOLOKrH I a true" and Oumpiehe. CIo'tt' : of suchanswer

The price is only $19,800 Paved Drive Sodded Lawn Land- market You can buy this 30 acre: Parcel today at Just $29,500 M. ICUILIUUNPI.lnJlft up fur,nAttorney Plaintiff, whoa. DAVIS.ad-

with $2,700 down. : with excellent ,I.t. >rm.t. ,. ilre.. I. Ml: Marts Hal fan. DaytonaHeaiih.
scaped KDWAHD W. DDL.r.MA >orlla.| on or before ntllU ,
-renilant dan.
._ Plastered Walls and Ceilings "IDEAi. .OCATiON: : TO: T/Hit. Glwaril W. EilllemaaDelaclinient IT IIKRFBT ORDCRFD that
-- -- '- 20. Commuol: Ibis notice and order shall be pub-
Water .DI,, .- 4al.1.4lR..w 3 I 05110.. Mq. (A rCM' Iprlnc holed. once a week for four $141 coa-
City t 4OS5JuSI ;, 1h4 C.ssr L : RYAN[ fkll. MunlLlpal, Airport Ohio ,. weeke prior lo the aforeeald -
Notice le hereby Blven thai a dale of 12th day of MarSh
S Located Between 2 Golf Courses ) ;h complaint for divorce h.. "been filed 111II. In the Tltu.vllle ills. Advocali.a .
\ ....In.t you. by the plalnlirt In the newspaper having a general I dr
llJdaREALTORS above elyleil. ourl aol I you are cuUtl.m In Hrevard County. Florida\
hereby. required lo ..>rv.. a copy of IIHIHV: : FAIL NOT OR A I>FCMH. -
"fI\ your aniwer and plea ling upon J. : .: PIU CONFrXHO: : WILL BBFMTrRrH !
REALTYR. VVIIIUm Wuoleon, ... o. Boa 1I7&. : : AGAINST YOU FOR
Sac 0.111.. Florida attorney far Mini FAILLRb
J Inc. the plaintiff. and file the original WITNEsS my ban, and seal '.t
Barley r. newer or pleading-. the Iffke of Tltuivllle, Ii never 4 County P'loriia) .
the Clerk of the (Irmlt Court alTltuevllle Ohio l G. RYAN Reg. Broker 53 near<1 County. H.,rlda, 1M4
on or before lb. nib day .,f March. SEAL)
412 Main St. Tituiville Fla. 1J44 If you fall lo do M. a lieoree tESTIS R BARNES
: EXCLUSIVE AGENTS 342 S. WASHINGTONTITUSVILLE MAGNOLIA PLAZA INDIAN RIVER CITY Pro Confeeeo. will b* taken actlnt Clerk of the Circuit CourtHrevard -
I you' for the relief demanded In the Counly .'10..1.Itp .
Phone 2675000 FLA. PHONE AM 72711 AM 7.MM PHONE 267-4691 complaint : V. *. Bpangl.r. D.C. .
This nolle hall be published F,b. 12. 9. St. Mar. 4 (Wed.) 194
once a week for four coneecuilv



V A PAYMENT ? $15,000 TO $19,000Several :

v: cautllfut '

A Community Of fine Homes In Titusville $1750 to S6KO homes rtitriced to 1800 iq ft.t minimum. : i

F H A tOW DOWN Only 2 Miles Vest of US. 1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER, INC. '

PAYMENT 3200 Garden Titusville ;

; THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 IlL BATHS Phone; 267-3222 or 267-2331


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THu..IIU. (Florldel. ) .....Advocate Wdnotdy, Marsh 4, W4
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JMII SIMILAC BOWL HI.ART SAVE 25% '2 for '1 '21or 1' FREE 1


LAMP r\c
formula with ,
or bristle ickara't arts tt die
with carry .
nylon Wh. you pick vp yourdvlped Yet, a free tot of p
a iron. Re,. 27 can. o sturdy hardwood dan : Beautiful milk whit Cut count plan seven you ..
., film you .eby ,
"I.. glass bate and decorative 25% off rogue' selling Furor with vary roll o*
thedo. price .n all. of your one roll of lottmonfilm film dovlop.... Kodo-
A ,>r crlpitlon eoduy.nd .
and wa will else yen
5 for 99 39c COMPARE ."..,4.y. Equivalent tosering..f one. roll free todey and color or Black and Whit

U ulmt,, st) Value 1GLASS 16 2.99 199AT over prlc a.mammt.matt 10f.36 comparative/% .verydey.mmmmmmmmmm. today and. ..." ".,.

m mm



procoutng now 0
IRON Just bring In the ..1., film for life I MM movie film, with : Carton of 12-5 M-2
Van can't mill You Full guaranteed. Full. pogo from your local lllowspop<< In which the. ad appear like ..
I and wo will moot or beat current .11...... trua-te-lire extra fine or AC-1.' your chol<
1.YEAR OVER THE get th* bait coffee/ range .! nfs.eCOMPARE i any prices. quality movie film fro. Stock up for Lent.,.

I I COUNTER GUARANTEE 6'99 Compare Every Time 1 1POPULAR go O33 400 A( 13 cotting' 'Included. lettertpecial. Values To

COMPAREAT To 4.95 AT 3.95 4.80 1.80 88
12,95I VALUE 1 199VALUE
101 I REASONS Carton



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Easy and. clean No SHOE POLISH Granting 2 lllci toaitor. BLADES
1 moot No IUMREG. Fomeui liquid icuffcovaf Ovor th* counter. one Co"plet." tat camerailm Instant loading, to .lmpi ..
: polishREG. yaor fuarantoa WITH A FEE Reg. 89c fQ bulb* batteries a color child' or can block load.Take 4-
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16 COMPARE,99 LAVORIS DEC NTO tTTE 15.5 O*. LIMIT 1 3DC Math holder nock ttrap. whit slides or .".,.. REG. 35c
25e 11 PACK OF 19
19e AT 12.95INDOOR COMPOUND BOTTLE' OF Reg 75c 1 12"

I MENTAOLATUM Reg. 89c LIMIT' CO Valiant General Electric
DEEP HEAT Decorator Panel Folding

COUGH Reg. 1198; Bottle LIMIT
Foldi for nor VICKS 69c
vonient .,..*... Plait! SYRUP 6 Qs. Site 1 IRON
Mod.r *HD40V- 3petition cloths line and sturdy'
control 3petition #204 profotilonol ttylo aluminum" ''PI"'. and 'J' Reg. '1.39 H.... up evenly. open With inooi-olorm wok, **
null ..,.,. Bouffant ildri |I.". .l.gt. PEPTO-BISMOL 12 Ox.> Bottle LIMIT 1 73c .autiful design on top handla folds to tuck Into. you up to "music and/or.
bonnet mimtic.Pena gardinPotomac. drawer or suit cat*. On alarm turns itself off
year guarantaa.A quietly.
A 99 A Bargain EXTRA 259 Rey' '* Medium" LIMIT ""x 34" 4ST

Value 12.95 6 8.95 488At SPECIAL SAL HEPATICA Size Bottle 1 5geMASSE""GILL A Bargain 3.89 179At Bargain 2.98 166At PRICI COMPARE THIS 16 88

M o Non.Tilt Aluminum Popular Playtex BIG SXI2 POWDER 6 Ox. Bottle 1 1EVE""FLO FRESHCLEANWild SILICONE Zippered Plastic

KITS Model #414 1

.w All aluminum" I Inch Anortd colon and. full 100% Rayon Viscose EVENFLO STERILIZER RModel9116 LIMIT 1 299 Big" 5 pound 1 b 0.. K.ep Standard. ilia I with Full size plastic for most
tubular frame with fern.eel Twist Pile with nonSkid > your yard filled withboesfitul quality aladic bud.Ch. ;
weather, ring *f rise. Fo.m Rubber colorful kirdt ..,.. Iniuranc. you Itondard bed pillow
proof long webbing wear' Back. ALKA-SELTZER' Reg. 9 Tablets 1 LIMIT' 38cUNICAP chterful 10"".. can buy.COMPARE.

t. A Bargain 1 L.Q9.00iENERAL REG.1.39. 99 24.95IlaYv; Of 25 1 COMPARETO 33 29 EXTRA 29

At 5.95 UPJOHN TABLETS Bottle. 3.11 LIMIT 219 67e TO 1.49 SPECIAL
VITAMIN of 100 1

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BRUSHWith STEFL' BLADES of 5 Biadei. i Big l 16".10" b"utifulfrmd
Idol for riming. heir Big baautlful caramlcoik .
2 .,.. tuba of Glvot oft glow-Opa offer ihempoo. dlth**, Double o* twin eI.. tray* ra.liei of piclur.l. While
toothpaste rates for pennies' p.i pet.> li etc. < Gum 5c Pack Limit 6 19 plaitla Mntour ..It.... tho.. tolling at SO im" they la.tlCOMPARE!
Chewing .,. .
day. : FomoutWrigleyi 6 for c." this pHca.

1 19.95 10 1 REG. 33,. COMPARETO S8 CompereThis .

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Toni White Rain 14R6 .l 93c
ko. of .100. Btauhlully datlgnad ..lip.o Big S pound bag ol pure SPRAY n New grinding method Inturet .
6'4" household. *nvl type Iridatcant with paradychlora kaniinanuggoli. Call ,.ck.... of "mis. Five quart. site with 0sturdy class cut right to
efts. rubbtr cushioned.. soles handl graduatedfor the tip edu| .t from,
Size LIMIT .
Reg. 53c match pattil colon. "' .u.*. .
PEPSODENT 37c to cordorey.Compare
COMPARE A Bargain 1.29 PASTE Giant Tube White 1
22i 99 88'VALUE REG.98c.
At 1.98 Cotiipara
TO 39c s XA/II HDrtriT LIQUID CREAM Reg. 1.00 LIMIT 38 19 69
VY tlmUt\\J\J I HAIR TONIC Giant Sise 1 56c VALUE To 69c A1.98FAMOUS

With Math l KillerPecll.g.d GILLETTE Large Six 1 59c GEM
The famoui nama di.I instant heir curler luniklna f.,all .
i.ribt the quality an1warkmanihlp from Hollywood. Ther.mo.co"tr.II. stored.. It."c Full Vi" In diameter Decorate fr delight with Delicious chocolate. covered
... thlngt. colld, Full
Johnson and Limit
for paten
of fl" ores
lun btauriful colon.
,10... ; hoot. vlu Johnson First I Aid I Cream 1 33c with bran fittings.FULLY pound.A .

y Reg. 1.98 133 REG. 259 3 for 1.00TROUBLE 'Tooth 69c Limit 4.95 1 QQ REG. 139 1.98 9n

San Vi 3.59 T e I<-D i'. West, Pro Brush Your Choice 1 29cHOXZEMA VALUE 3.19 VALUE

aamaaFamoui MEDICATED Reg. 99c Size LIMIT GILLETTE
CREAM Giant Jor rnmmmm
DRESSING Tube 1 foamy. shore
CompUt" with 15 ft.
Big 13-oi. vacuum h..", duty lord end. SO** arnl and 50icotton cream mint or reguler.'
II Ig ben .f 400. qualitylaanilng pttla cm. Froth, globe guard. PLAY-DOH MODILINC CanBBox LIMIT 56c 2 foot long box. short tiara Your choice.
tlituoi.Reg. dolicloui. COMPOUND 4 1 sport thirH. Colon.REG.

29c. 16 REG. 58 2.98 REG. 99 Reg. IScQuality f Limit RIG.15 0 z. 54'' 1 88 REG. 93c :90

Limit 2X2050 98c Value Toilet i Tissue soft f: 10 10 for 69c 90c 2.98 _:

SHOE Reg. 1.60 LIMIT

OF t'Waltham
Paper Towels&I Marco) TT2.,27c DIAMONDSelitalra DIAMOND OP .......... <.PMIwatchn.
DIRECT DRIVE man atYl.s' I*
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6' medium, ection rod, entclnd.r. I' |line end 4\" ASPIRIN 9c taM. taoka Ilk. s alnolo... _ll. mttchin m oaten
sees.rep. ,. ) TABLETS 100 Tablets 1 beautiful vhit *r fl .....,. A vary vn*. ........
.100 ,d.. certified menollne. .M w In u. .na .I oiling r.". law gold ..ttl...,. at ."_..*..
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PKG. OF 12Foom
#140 GARCIA FLOWERiNG Monofiloment t Hanger for MENS DIAMOND


PLASTIC Shave Kit Zippered 1 59cPlastic iValtham .. ...._,.. ...1... WATCHES ..... ..
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line, practice plug and. certified, man R.t.29c LIMIT .. | MO w ......
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Star Advocate:

{ The Vole of 25.000 North Brevtrd County Residents

,.., t Section C TITVJSVIUI, FLORIDA' DNISDAY, MARCH 4, W4 Pag. 1-C Err 116.J .
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(: Long Agenda For f:. ,; t..iw.

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(r.aa' ty Zone Meet Tonite
lt.' << ,+4 PKOCEEDS) CHECK David Crabtree eha'rman it t +1.1:
leeentlv held Jaycee Walkathon turns over check "II
t (l\Ia'h,
ot Dimes Huberts said this the total $1 J6.t 1-
brings to :
NEW BOAT CLUB OFFICERS New Commodore, Ed Titusville Planning and Zoning to permit garden apartments Rt" zoning application by Ber Parking plan l>v' John Hinton
lulleeiecl North Bre\ard for the MOD
t to in rs i\
O'Mara was presented his official flag by past Commo- Commission lists 15 re.zoning Re"oning application by El used ilrrseh for property on Inc. tar two 36 unit apartment Photo

dore, Ray Strakbein during Titusville Boat Club's recent ma Rardm for land in Morgan's Harrison Street extension from on Leo Road. | )_____ ____ ___ ___
installation of officers at the marina. From left plat approval and parking the Subdivision from RU.I to R.3 to GU to C.1 and B.I 1 to permit a Ingress and egress to :
items I
are Strakbein, O'Mara and Mrs. Vivian Hanson, secretary. "old area business"approval agenda for on Wednesday permit multiple dwellings. Il'l vice station and shopping ccnt bl ni( FEC tracks for A warehouse 1 I

Absent for picture were Carl Shane, Vice-Commodore; night meeting and six Rezoning application by t tfr by Harry N, hails: Jr | KELLER MUSIC COMPANYOn

Mrs Hazel Schohl, treasurer and Reuben Hanson, Cruise Items under "new business." Thomas L Henderson for prop Rc/onlnj; application by N. Plat of Uaiavnddk." Unit Hb\
Master.-(Carlson Photo). Agenda items are: trty on Darna Avenue from GU A. Rossman! fur property on N 01 man J. Cowart.flan | Melbourne Ctuseway Jndlalaniic

to R-3 to permit apaitinenls I Unison Street extension from fur waielioims hy Mari PIANOS & HAMMOND ORGANS
Resubmission of parking plan Rezoning application by Earl \U to B.l 1 to allow a shoppingct'ntl.'r. vin Fisher I
Holds for take-out restaurant in Big D. Cope for property between NEW USED
Girl 199
Scout} Troop Rezoning/ fcf f <1bulv t Cast 1 >fIlor. .
pr .
Apple Shopping Plaza by H C. Hopkins and Washington: northof TITUSVILLE CALL MRS. MORLEY, AM 7 1381 Altar 7 P M
Rezoning by .
application All Subd from Rut to _
Kirk This tabled at the :
was the Catholic Church
) Clyde Co Aim\ for property at R.3 to permit apartments
Impressive 'Court Of Awards'A last meeting .B-1 to C.1 to permit a Whispering Pines Trailer Purl __ u___ -

Resubmission of parking plan drive in restaurant. from TU ot R3A to permit ad
Rezoning application by JackD. ditionul trailer
"Court of Awards" was badge Carolyn Knickle, Sharon for new office building at south .paces WANT MORc FOR YOUR; MQNEy
held Friday night, Feb. 28, by ) Dent, Barbara Ford, Sue Ann west corner of Palm Avenue Rozen for property west of Rezoning application by Mr
Coquina School from AU to R 3 and Mrs. Frunk B Wise Jr.. < KiS R V6UR EYE OISI GRANTS
Girl Scout Troop 199, at St. Mancini, Patricia Knieklc, June and Palmetto Street. This was
Gabiicls Parish Hall. Green, Patricia Post, Susan tabled at the last meeting for to allow multiple dwellings Matilda A. Wise and Henry G
Rezoning application by H C Da.itlett for Olm w
The 'court' was opened witha Thompson further information and ttudy property on KN STARTS THURSDAY. MARCH 5
Kirk for property on :.1. S. 1 Mead Drive from RU.I 1 to R.3 to
with Diane
Flag ceremony Magic Carpet badge Saun
and Plat of South Lake Shores. (Hopkins south of Big Apple convert single.family residences
Davidson Color Sergeant
as dra Blickley Health Aid badge
Post Saundra BUckley, ; Rezoning application by Fair Plaza" : from C-l to B.1 to allowa into multiple-family.
Patty Sharon Dent; Collector badge FAMILY HOSIERY SALE
way Builders through Mary B. retail store. Under new business:
June Green and Vicky Boyd a* Sharon Dent, Vicky Boyd,
Edwards for the block of
proper. Jack Rezoning application by R. L.
Color Guards. Barbara Fold, Sue Ann Mancini, Special permit by .
bordered and .
Carolyn Kniekle, Jennifer Vans ty by LaGrange Miller to allow him to operatean Hawk for property Williams -. -
Following the Pledge of Allegiance Bryan Avenues and Titus and Grant. hosiery I I. best buy, because
Ava Bauer, Housekeeper Avid Car Rental agency in Avenue from RU 1 to R 2 to ycur every pairIs
and invocation by Rev. coy badge: Diane Davidson, Sharon Minnie Streets, from R.1 to R-3 conjunction with his Gulf Sta. permit consulting a rental \4.1.( made to matt rigid standards) In,leading mills

W. Sumner Ferguson, a special Dent, Patricia Knickle, Vicky tion on Hopkins! unitThere's ,, ., the very best In appearance, wearablllty. waahabllmay -
welcome was given by Mrs. Don __ 1" tty and comfort. Top value at amazingly low
Boyd, Barbara Ford, Sue Ann
aid Ford, co.leader of the troop. Rev Cox Will I .. prices I ,
Moncinl, Ave Bauer, Carolyn :
Entertainment by members of Knickle, June Green, Gail a. ......
Troop 199, with Patty Knickle J) ., \ 'FABULOUS 500' FIRST QUALITY
serving as announcer, consistedof Green, Carol Cochran, Linda Speak On Sunday substitutefor
Tidmore, Janet Cannon; Cook no J
Green Angel'
a poem, "The
badge Vicky Boyd, Peggy PLAIN AND MESH NYLONS
by Sharon Dent, Piano selection, Rev. W. J. Cox, pastor of a ,-S
Irvin, Patricia Knickle, Sue Ann ENERGYI!
""Beautiful Dreamer", June
church at Ptnsacola eleven \
Mancini, Donna Adams, Nancy
Green; Greetings in several Nunnally, Carolyn Knickle years, will be speaker at the No One Will Believe You Paid so Little
languages, Ava Bauer, Piano First Assembly of God"4212 W. ,
Eileen Nothing, Diane Davidson. ,
selection, 'Woodpecker", Carol Main St next Sunday. lie will 'II ...
Presentation of Gold Member >-
Cochran, Ton e 11 e selection also hold a meeting Thursday at wear M
ship Stars was conducted by .. Sale I 2pAiR$1
''Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star"., Mrs Madeline Knickle, leader. 7:30: p,m. Preaching services ..,:*d tugar provides it quickly! No Ir1 ,
Janet Cannon, Vicky Boyd, Patty will be held at 10:45: a.m. and No ANDS .
Following 'Taps' by Troop \
Post. 7:30 "I
p m Sunday. NO EgT1 :
199, refreshments r
were .
The Ten Laws at our Finger ? 1 unsrarnaa \ \' Fabulously sheer, yet long wtaring
tips, Barbara Ford and Peggy Special guests were Mrs L. Rev. Vernon E. Wilson, former s.a.a.tu. \ At this fabulous low price,
Irvin; Piano! selection, "Starlight L. Post Brownie Troop, who attended pastor here resigned recently Irk a .. '" .a buy sctvral<<: .-palrsl Jn sizes 8Va
Waltz", Carolyn, ..Knickl*;,.,-a with Mrs. Julius Sam and and has m yed back, to IT'S. Meer \\ to 11. 4 -w*..,
dance "Let'. Twist Again" by Mrs Marjorie Bunker;; Rev: W. Texas It is expected \\hat a ; 3ugarti sacs P 41
Sumner Ferguson and Mrs. C. full-time pastor will be named .aMAAAA+ \ Ask for No. 900 ,
Gail Green, Saundra Blickley ;
June Green and Donna Adams, P. Durian, district chairman. here soon i.' ._ .. \ \ H t;

chorus! group The Chalet, s

Kum Ba Yah The troop then. : ) ,
sang "She Wears a G for Generosity" .
and Song of the Southland MiFRIDAY ) \ i
." .' .#'StI'f""II'I'o.o.a.o.o t Grants-own grand

Presentation of Badges and -
"Purpose was made by Mrs. C. rgaoa. O
P Durian as follows: Storyteller 1 : \

badge Diane Davidson, Saun. I

dra Blickley, Carolyn Knlckle, U./ j : WITH CUSHION SOLES

Patricia Knickle, Jennifer Vans ? .
Health and Safety i
coy, Home E, MARCH 6th t//lU7ta. 1

HAPPY Sale 3 87C
BIRTHDAYThursday o/WWV'W"-'vvvv 9 SAVE 22c PK0.

Granta-own brand

Jimmie Clark, March t i .::OPENING; I Pcnnleigh Men's REGULARLY 1.25 PKG.

Mrs. S. L. Strickland Stretch Nylon Socks Machine washabla 1007J spun cotton with soft

Frances Gaetano l "VhN 'r '."M,4 IV1'PV 'VAWNSIY r I; absorbent tarry haela and sole. In 1. efI1Q.13.Sale .
Mrs. L. Gaetano
Jeanne Hendrix raa

Mrs.C.Ann M.Hellemeyer Morns Proctor: Lee McCormick \ Bill GREENE'S & JOE D'AGOSTINO'S ::1tiI 57c _

Friday, March \ r la iIl' Lycra spandex top., Colors. ,vl1t'!' rl

Fred Bell Jr. One size fits all sixes 10 to 13. %!

Kerry Ruth Kelly i TORCH -s] 1' Illy,,',)
Jewell Adkison .
Mrs Lellie A. Barr k.. ........ 0 = SAVE 33
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ELCOYE 0 Businessman's lunch_served from 11:30: A. M. to 2 P. M. I r o !iO Grants-own brand

Dinner served from 3:00: P. M. until 1:30: A. M. pa f '
V,. teas sf a (.easy 1M WFd 5 ; BOYS'COTTON
.a4 iii tear__!III !:ill r PENNLEIGH .
... .. ... ... .. ..... Dinner & Cocktail,* served Sundays from liDO: to 9 P. M. Live 0
.... .,M M........lib SAVE 33e
Kw honest el tMsMonHtM ad. trW. 2; Entertainment 'from 4:30 to 9:00: P.M. f] Grant's Own Brand CREW SOCKS
lay riI .**+l ***
air .....a symbol et tw MMSM a Bamboo s GINGER LANE
VS Bwfadtnsl kn ML Or Cocktail Lounge open from 11:00: A. M. to 2 P. M. MIT- o

fNm1salw % : Ing Brevard County's finest mixed cocktails. GIRLS COTTON
Sale 3 67C
Dancing to live musical entertainment from 9:00 P, M. until 2.00 NQ CREW SOCKS PKGk

A. M. in the Torch Room.

, Mass rrrrrrr..r'26'7.)762 i r Sale 3 67c REGULARLY 1.00 PKC.

Packaged goods available from 11:00 A. M.lo 2:00 A. M.
n We wsw II lie al .MaPa'. g ...,,1.,', t.00 Pkg. ...,.,Pi
: I 1'P oh Machine washable Durene mercerized Highly absorbent, smooth fitting.'It is faviir te

aar.a I Ic ta. U. S. HIGHWAY NO. 1 --TWO MILES SOUTH OF cotton. Ribbed top to style for play, sports., school,,buw 7 to lo ..


p.r aw lie w.ra :- Vassarse / No Dow 30 Months Payl
M r "Charge-It" Money n Diys or to
I 94. *m fc *>-.*.tt.. : CLOSED MONDAYS O I

''" Star-Advocate.ee W.T.OIANT'CO. V.M/ A 1}
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eraser 1 WlIIIII' 'llli i, i. i ; 520 Park Avenue Ptr tie Plata Tlttasvllleti" !


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!,g. 2-C TItutvllk (.I.Icllllt.r.l ) Adveeiti Wtdnttdty, March 4.W4S I xoTirr] : TO DE"JI\'D::"\ Ronald J. Flanknn, tt at.. Defendunlit" band and, Brevifril.anal of laid County.'" ,Court Finrlnii at TltiHTinn -,

TIn TATE OF FLORIDA TOt: and the purpose of 'thl.* .cull ski Mv of Fehr-inrv, 1114.*\
a nON AL J. PUASKON. a login li to procure the fairy of a Decree ICot joih R
MISTER BRECER Person whoi place of residence forecloHlnc a certain morllfalfe "B.LlB..f Clerk of 110.
FAR- ADVOCATE'SCrossword I ..... ... and pout office addrexa< I I. 143 Central from Ronald J. Pla.kon and Mary circuit Court oof Brevard Sm'otcey Sap
"::: :;;';:;:'" I I4 ylvaala Avenue: Turtle Creek. Penn- M. *Plaikon.and Loan to A.aocl.UoD Flret Federal.of Indian BavInf County By Berth., Florida HallDeputy -

MART M. PLASKOX a ninth River County dated April 5 ,1W3. Clerk [H dfeOkEY --
Puzzle '- person whoa place of raildenc recorded In Official Record Hook. Hula Smith yeAHIM! ensvcc
and poet office addrei. I I. 613Hunttr 677 pi 44. public record of Br Attorney for Complainant worsea'M
..af Street, Turtle Creek, Penn- card County Florida, upon the following Punll* four time, ".m"l,. Gal
ACROS f.Wandectti 27. Portlaar ... ylvaala) described land, located inBnear Fee. 13, It, M Mar 4 l\r..d.. ) ISM.V .
Aad .It unknown parties h.ving 4 County Florida,
1. WUh" "Cl'Htc at or claiming I to have any Intereatdeacrlbed. follow:
8. To gleam IttteP tl L ;' N I 1n arty of property hereinafter Lot 8, section It Indian Haf- TMCK OF IITBITIO: : TOaa.11TRS
Ia a 5.VaryhI* curvedwaritalg bour Beach according to Flat FICTIrIOtO OtMS
I You and each of the above thereof recorded In Flat Book In compliance with HOUM Kill
.. weight: Un. '! nameb a and .c br' n 16 pace 94, public record of :?" 0. aim, Cnpter Number. 209M,
light In4. 2:1.: Regret ufl. are required to apear' and Brevard" County Florida. Law of Florida' Act of 1941 the
Size ot t'pe /.J'rate?. 2. Orlaly A'A file. y .by. to the Complaint: and" the Decree that all' underpinned. will/ register. with the
12.: Half o'll 28. I A .n lhia .,.... and t.. deliver/ a copy right title, rat..t" elate, claim Clerk''of tb* Circuit Court la Bra-
Ol'faA of each Answer to Cb... E. Smith demand, equity and redemption: : of yard County, Florida, upon receipt
diameter 'I.1 lack of .' et HMll and Smith, Vero Beach the above: described Defendant* be of proof of publication of thl
13. Flattorr ..MlIut hearA I Z Florida, Attorney for Complainant barred. and forecloted: that the notice, tb* following flctltloue
:14. BelonHntT entrap. ing on or> before the 12th day of March above described property be old name, 'lovwlt 'The Capo Motel ender
to Ute axlai L Toddy g1 .. 1M4, aad you are hereby notified under the direction of this Court.It which I ant lounged In bualneee atTil
: ,!:: d.nr that upon your failure to do ao, I I. further ordered that this Waahlatton Art., Tltnatltl
15 Body ofwater the alletatloni of said Complaintwill Notice to Defend be publliawl once Florida, and tbal tae underlinedI ,
Hutell". 2.PIecee U.I"1I.t" b. taken a* oontoaed by you during each week for four eoneautlve I tb* only ponce Interested In call
;:1". Half maT.OM 18.COII.cJude U. !petit 3. AnWM and a Deere entered acilnat you. week In the Tltuevin) star "" .
Then lull was Instituted In and I I. Advocate, a tew.paper. published! at Dat7'al tltnrelll" Florida, tale
r1Ufor U.OI4 $3. A BMe .0. Circuit Court of Dr*. Tltuavllle, BrevarJ County, Florid., Tin 194.Feo. 65'141r '
wool 1'trInlaJa IIW42.1110- r.tnJ".t': : : Florida a* Caa No.2TKIW meeting all of the. requirement, d"lItI'r.le.D. ;; Tey a littl4t mor1 e e .

:1 J. Slant voter the title, "Flr Federal prescribed by law tot acct publl- 12. 1', 10. 54f. 4 ,tWed., 19114
92.:About 10.1 a:= booot XLld1dla f BarWfi and Loan Aiaodadnn of c.llen.
Indian River County a United WITNESS the Honorable Curtl Hemetntwr Dar your Paper Boy.
:.24.Awry! did 21.eo..rfIU.Younl d.Hlrl\.et 8IU.. corporation Complainant "a: R. Darnee Clerk of thus Court mv
:28.: Capable) o' of deck oy.t.tr card -------- --
flowing opIA1nj( 55lloet 44.Aycl1d9.9te1ke '
grain alterthrelntng r r r "rr- I 7 t 13\ .w iWVf K. .N I HERE A MlMjTTftlXlg, 7HIR6: USG

1 4
30.Give over \4 MI Ta. TEETH! ja
SI. Sofa /+ 0

11:1.!:..B&I14a&'e't.. atf t.-- "If act yew long coffee breaks that I mind-it's

IndiantT.AfflrrMitlTBr ''II 6 l.7 using them to wOrk part time for our t UJ

/16, .Iq JI, competitor _
vote -- -- -- ._n \

8.Pofel Il u 4'1' 1:0 Z. Z1 boy 15 and my girl is 14. We 1:01: TICK: river 0: iTfi" : Jirmitr, C"RlnT. n
Haughty net at a basketball game, as All FOR IIKKIAKII: tOt'MTf; III

T.Afcft: l& Zt planned, and then I was supposed KI.OKIIICIIVXEMT\
: NO. 'cede"'
'.Cen. Am.i 3Q JI t td walk her to the bowling; \IITICK TO IIK.rr.MD..: 9
i timber tree QUACK: CLEMENTS
*. Shootlnftar alley twit blocks away, where Plaintiff 46
az S
r her) parent would pick her up ROT r. CLEMENTS 'D -- Q

T. Tenth 111' '' j4"7. 7 7 4 '1 i"" and take her home. DefendantTO m r
Prenidmf : ROT F. CtKMEWTSYm :' II
ofU.9 & % Those two blocks could be are hereby notlflin! thl a AREN'T' YOU WHAT AR VOUWE'RE GOING FOR "SNOW
I. /
I'"' 41 complaint for divorce haa burn filed 1 AND TELL .J
3. Pitcher walked In five minutes, but we aialnet fox by the Plaintiff/ In the /CHILDREN ? COWS WITH TWtfE7L) TO TAKE HER

DOWM 41J poked along and it took tis 15 above. styled court and you are D I YOUR NURSERVV WITH US
J 1. Yoluig glrI hereby regaired. 10 nerve a copy 01
Well her > SCHOOL STARTS I fted
minutes. parents got
2.! ar1aJ- your anewcr amt pleading anonRobert !
{' like 1'"' P "4' panicky when she! wasn't at the : Oodhey, P. O. Hoe 4.U, tI FIVE MINUTES I 1J
+ Coooa Florida, attorney for the i
J disorder .... bowling Alley when they got plaintiff, and file the original an- IiH, 11 a i
In the Office of
or pleailtna
ewer ;
4 ) there. They went from place to the Cleric of th. Circuit Court atTltuavllle.

place looking for her. It was a Hrevard County, Florida 1-1
r on or before the 28th day of March -- WE'RECOMING. ,pe
big mesa and now my girl Is ]'JU.( If you fall to do 'o, a Decree V
Pro Cnnfemo will be taken. aralnut .. h
for .
grounded a
4 year.I you few iSe relief demanded ID the
I realize we were wrong to complaint.
Thl notice ban be publlihed
Ann Landers tike 10 long to get to the bowling once 1 week for four con."cllllytw. fl-[

alley but don't you think her cate....* In the TlUnvllle alar-Advo !

folks should have stayed there Done and Ordered at Tltiiavllle .
Florida' thl loft h day of February,
Watermelon Head and waited 1M4.
Does the girl deserve such COURT( HEAL
harsh punishment READY Clerk Circuit Court
l>ar Ann Landers:: My hum city's most distinguished law bear Ready! Sometimes par. P. O. Bon 4M ANDTAKE'tVURBATHI! WOH"T OFA r

bar ril nnd I hue eight children. firms. We plan to be marred ents' impose sentences on their Cocoa FloridaAttorney for Plaintiff SHOWER, J 0 .L 1j a

They arc healthy and happy and when I graduate from BarnardIn kids when they are upset and Frb 86, Mar. 4. 11. !8t"h__( 1'1lW. QO MYSELF!' JV i

bright. We thank Gad tot our the spring. airgry. It your facts are accurate IN Tilt C'IH''I IT C'OfKT UP TUT. V A A AA** frr
::0.1:0.1'11: JM IIICI SI. IKCIir es1VD l
blejsjngs and although life is Jud writes to me almost' every and they'd better be, Buster ton IIKK\HII ( ()1 >TV, 4a.

not.e sy, it is rich and full. day. He sayi" he loves me Madly because I'm going to bat for (KI.OHIIIt'II \> t KKV "SO. I1MMNoril 'L' !

Ajyjiustiancl, has,a steady job, and 1a perishing from loneli you he punishment is too K Of .Milt )0X 404'1

works hard anduses till vaca- ness. I get quite another, report) severe.A JAMES H. REID: Plaintiff'' k. j

How :time doing extra work t?: from my cousin who works In *h&k! year to a 14-year-old 10 ANN REiD Yr jJ

be(4If( 'up' the income. the same firm. Is lIke auT eternity.! I'm makIng Defendant..

Christmas Eve mother In- My cousin tells me Jud's eye a pitch for leniency, HOWS TOI JO WIT( ) ANN N. Cleveland REID Z 3.4 a 01i If a

vltjd my sister and me and our look like a couple of fried eggs 8 WttKS, FOLKS? Albany, Oeorrla rill: -
children to her home fOf-1I met. every: fnoimlng because he rum a cult for divorce baa been CQtl: WELLlGUe93THAT .,.BUTIFYOUTRY V K/S9/ THATS WHY I WANTED

Afar the dessert she' announced' seven nights a week. Last night Ann Landers will be
that her Christmas present to when Jud called on the phofie I help you with your problems. In and for Hrevard County Florida, HOLD HANDS r WAS SURE e e
entitled lAM t:8: II. REID Plaintiff
us :would be the balance of our told him what I hdd heard. lie Send them to her hi care of this V. JO ANN REID. Defendant WITH )oU, a, ,:4, 0'

and clear. (Mother "little" but Chancery No 2738(1.( You are hereby MY DEAR? -
home, free admitted going out a newspaper enclosing a stamped, required. to icrvlce a copy of s

helll the mortgage which comesto only with a few "msn-hungry self-addressed envelope your answer or other written defenaei I 111 l o Il
to tIN Complaint' filed herein \ ?A 4Jf
J8.000.) clients" who run after him.. upon Justice MeCarey. Travera, Y
I'm confused and don't wantto P. O. liox Ml Cocoa Bench Flor- 1 "icpes
llWpt: openly and so did John. :"'uOTfte." : tn a'wr.niTOHHTon Ida allorneya far Plaintiff and to 7a 1 '
be fool I'd like ad- and each of flle' fn.. a.
a come yov are hereby the original rca>f In the office G
My* sister's husband- said "God -.LADY LOU notified and required to probe any of the) Clerk of the Circuit Courtof % :ljt tt
bids; mother' fc&lIed l over tlcev claim' and! demand* which you or Bravard County, flnrltla, on or s Ia o.alQQ
you, should be able either ot you may hoe" acalnat theitata befor the 2Sth day of March, A.D.
an4 kissed her warmly. My sin Dear Lady: Jud of OSCAR SMITH, doceaeed. ]116... I I
to ruft faster (than any man-hungry late ef Prevail County Florida HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Deere N.
tervas silent.Hie within its. calendar "month from the Pro Conteiio will be entered againt 1.
next mornfng my sister client. I date of tint publication of thl* you for I the relief prayed for In
nolle, .. the aanw will be barred.' old Complaint.
phoned and' said, "1091 can't ao f/e> doesn't appear to bet readyto Kaeft claim or demand moot he In DOSt AND ORDERED at TRue -
Sheis manner and form a* required. by Vllle, Florida this 25 day of February _
Cf'l1' that-gift frOM wotn' r. nettle, down. Tell 'him he's off hw.WILLIE A. D. 1964. -
and doesn't know what F.': SMITH' COURT( MRALr: \1I'
jenile the '
and consider
she sayiftf.. ." same. BREWER Clerk of the Circuit Court fnrllrevard

4nn, mother Is '75- antJ1 .b'i&4r P.HOLLAND O. BOX tea 509\ Palm Avenue. fly hectic County.HallD..puty, Florida.

V dollar 1 would |at. foe Dear Ann Landers I'' a Tltuivlllo. rinrHa Clerk llGI
as : am Feb. 26, Mar. t, 11, 1* (Wee! ) 1M4. Feb 2fl Mar. 4. 11, 111 (Wed.I ISM. f re )
this<; family to\ thfrtfc we are tat l'lf' -...

adjanlaee of her. Please advise = Zdn

mo at once. JOAK I ? r


!Koiftids ijoar Joan strictly: That tram sister Me-owsville.of yours: t r i i'r; l IYI :, !

To. prevent a tour-door family t F '

flgft later( bit W\l? moinefs MW: Ch. : Truth or Conoegrence.C1. ( I 'iiI :: 'L '

physician to evaluate her mental Wednesday .. 9 Search Father Kairwa fM Tnmorrewb Meal. Friday < w ::

rnifJition and report to you and ":411 Ck. 6 Oul.lrng\ LlgM.
M:5S Ch. 2 New*, Ray. aoherr4 M//R0 x14 z
YOOllr sister and anyone else in M4IIIT W/n
wish to have the 1:00: Cn. 2 New., WeatherCh. 8:15: Ch. 2 Sunshine. Alntanaa b
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Ch. t Farmar'a Daughter'. Ch. Day ia Court 10:00: Ch. 2 Say When 'lp ,
TITU3VILLE 1:08: Ch. t 1:58 C_. New, Lisa HowardIue Ch. 8 New, Mike Wallace w II
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T:30: Ch. 1 Mickey B:** TM: Ch. t !*.w., Weather ':00 Ch. 3 Rifleman 1:45: Ch. I Cartoon. ...
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DRIVE-IN. TITUSVILLE l00: Ch.' ( Copula Kangaroo Ch. 8 MunUaa and IMihlna; : a ..
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March 4,1 1914 TltuivllU(Florida)Stir Aclvlute PNI ic

Check Writing/ Artist With $100 OnHis THURS. FRI. .- SAT

Mind Nabbed At Belks Here ( E OWisdBnysi3I )' ,

Agent Lief Larsen of Sheriff cash a check on that busffth' ther description on the suspect' tor. S ti;
Leigh Wilson's department Larsen investigated and f Und Feeling that the suspect was Upon questioning, Larsen TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER ,
followed the trail of a luspect from the store owners the men trying to buy clothes. Larsen found the man, formerly of)
and apprehended the man Saturday had gone across the street lo went to Belk Lindsey where he Crossrillc! Tern, hid cashed WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLE
night at Belk,Lindsey's De John D'. Bar Following, Larsen apprehended Goss after he had six of the nine checks, and each L
partment Store. The trail wasa found the man had casheda cashed another check for over for over $100. He had boughta
stream of checks, all allegedly $100 check there and gbt for-1 $100, according to the mvestiga- car a IV set, articles of 1
forged, and all written for over clothing and others. 1050 Ira KING ST.
$100. Goss!, who has been in the QUANTITY
According) to Larsen, the Production Crew NamedFor area: about five weeks, add who C COCOA/ ; 'fRIGHTS t
sheriff's department receiveda lives at 3384 Washington AT., RESERVED .ff

of W complaint Titusville Townsend in Saturday Construction reference from to Co.the O "The King And I"/ has been uttering each.Depuly charged. forgeries for, forgeryand 6d sixcd'unU U. S.S GOVT. GRADED E GOO D' BEEW E E i !I"!" I"tf ,

fact that nine checks of the

business had been stolen. Musical dlf!' tot Jacob H"fl Mon. Wilson, programs, and 1
The suspect, according to Lar Recovers CHUCK .rffe. SI'EAKROAST
sen, was Eugene Goss, a brick nemann and co-directors' Nan Cart)! Thweatt, hostess Elnora
Wlllsen and Ron Kilgore have-- Robinson will handle publicity.
layer and employee of Townsend .
The dates for "The King and
Stolen CarDeputy
announced the following product '
1" have been changed to April
Shortly thereafter, about 3:15 ion crew for Titusville> Little 3, 4, S, 10 and 11 so as not to -2\ ftourut a Sirloin
Earl Futch of the \
p.m. a call came to Larsen Theatre's upcoming produttiWl ,4 Interfere with the Easter season.
from a department! store down of "The King and 1". Sheriff department recovereda
The April 5th production will be
town that someone was trying to car stolen from Dutal. County,
Jeannae Moore Patterson of an afternoon matinee; all others over the weekend
Plaza Dance Studio will choreograph will be evening performances. :
Vets Can BorrowOn using some of her students It will. be produced m TLT's new Futch, while patroling US 1 tin )
In certain production rrtmv building on Carlile Street, off the vicinity of Scottsmoor, 3ge. 7ge
Brown Avenue spotted an abandoned car and
Gl Policies berg. Hoe Crouch wit! handle upon investigation found it had IB.
the difficult task of lighting director According to those who have been reported over the statewide
in co-ordination with watched rehearsal, "The King teletype as one having been
Veteran Ctl insurance 4) holding should permanenttype consider Chuck Fagg who will be production and I" Is going to be a hit. stolen in Jacksonville Lean, Western "First-Cut"
manager and !set design<<

value of borrowing the policy on rather the cash than Larry er. Stage Robinson manager will b* PORK CHOPS UT."Kras";; ;
cashing In the policy when confronted -. pt'. He' NQ t [ I3ge
with a financial emergency lIma Scott, assisted by Mary .....J ,
Smith, will be responsible for
The Veterans Administrationsaid costumes and wardrobe, Millie ADMIRAL MAYONNAISE
today that apparently most Ramsey and Lila Pickering for \' ,
veteran-policyholders have for. costumes and wardrobe Millie COLOR TV .
gotten: about the loan provision Ramsey and Lila Pickering will LB. KRAFT : .
on their permanent type policies handle properties; Jean Honey, f t Fru awI
which was one of the many. sound effects; Oneta Leutwylef I MeFULL 29
desirable features which prompt.ed and Joan Dudney, makeup; and I Fla. or Ga. Grade "A" ,
them to convert their original posters by Lorrie Cardinal ;
5-year term policies many years 0r
Roseann! Crouch will be bust (LlMlf' 1 with tsr fcto at Mora Food
ago ness manager, assisted by Emef- FRYERSSUGAR Ofoer, Piael)

The GI policyholder may borrow -
up to 94 percent of the cash Local Seaman Aboard i.aAier.erat..er I
surrender value of his permanent
type policy and the policy re USS Kitty Hawk
mains in effect, although the ii '- .
Thomas E Htnsley, aeaman,
is reduced until the
loan is repaid, Col W. II Bosh. USN, son of Mr. and MfJ. Mt. 2ge SUGAR
Km of TitusviLle Is 1
off, Veterans' Service Officer for Icy Hensley
Brevard County, explained. participating aboard the attack LB.
aircraft USS Kitty Hawk !in a
Only GI term insurance has no TA, COUAtNrt NNd 1te11Dmhh
loan value, he added, but the coordinated U. S. Nationalist tlMdem eN ullcted lowaoy In Mrdwood genuln, salds.N.w Wdnulr.n.n .
six types of permanent plans Chinese amphibious eierciM Admu.l built 26,000 volt Mt trilttd chniii with loot 4wrtt 49
called Backpack" be twit
available carry the loan provision "Operation lunar miitrt vivid,color AIUA snap kitrk- 5-LB. /
ing Taiwan.conducted off the coast of chinn.l 1.0.1st.indicator pictures Hinted BAG

Once the GI policy is surrendered ar
for the full cash value, Backpack is an exercise to (LIMIT 1 with Ytrf 13 to or Mote Food f
all protection ceases forever be- test the amphibious capabilities e' e e Order, Please)
cause the law prohibits a vet. and readiness of the forces of L7[!:] GREATER n MORE [[f.J EASIER
eran taking out GI insurance the Seventh Fleet and the Na- DEPENDABILITY! 1 NATURAL COLOR! COLOR TUNING! i
again, Boshoff explained. tionalist Chinese Navy. The exj
Policy loans can be repaid in ercise, with over 40,000 men and /i1 "YOUR CHOICE" 'j
any multiple of $5. Interest at 140 units participating will; I
four percent is computed on the culminate in an amphibious assault .- "FOLGERS" ALL GRINDS E 7
unpaid balance and is due annually on beaches of southern Gold frtcliion/ Wnh N." WNANM CURED" SMOKED
on the anniversary date of Taiwan, and will demonstrate"! Wind. Cttmllt .. I AdmlnlIttlronlt I Mmlrtl \
nihw11,1h11 of $ [ Cohtttlintti CtnlrutltrtgMnnt
the loan. Should the veteran die the effectiveness of the United iwr..,me.wo/d, .. 10 I COFFEE
eo/11 i.n wlrln YIIRYI..plllon. /
before repaying the loan in full States Seventh Fleet to rapidly : I I Control "
the unpaid balance is deducted move significant combat force to ,
from the policy proceeds before a troubled area in order to assist
the beneficiaries are paid. an ally With Your Purchase of Any Color e
r TV Set We Will Install) A $69.95 Color LB. 59

H. L. Webb PromotedHubert To Staff Sergeantmechanic Antenna for Only S29.95 WHOLE CAN

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and Mrs. Herbert W. Webb of 484th Organizational Maintenance -
117 Roosevelt St. Titusville, has Squadron here. 29 ; '
been promoted to staff sergeantin The sergeant attended Titus. 33' e. "
the United States Air Force. ville High School. His wife is MIMS SHOPPING CENTER 267-7000 T .,.. "Maxwell H>usd''AJI GrindsCOFFEE
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Tax Assessor's Schedule of Precinct Visits-1964 BREAKFASTBACON, LB. 39 el V X Np t SE L Can59c ;

I LEAN 'N FRESH" ROU1 (LIMIT: One of Your Choice with Your $300
or sore Food Order, Please, )






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Mar. 6 Fri. x West Melbourne 9A.M. to 11 A. M. Carls Sport Shop I LB. FANCY "GEORGIA" RED : -

Mar. 6 Fri. Hopkins .r 1:30 P.M. to 2 P.M. Hopkins Store .

Mar. 6 Fri. Palm Bay 2:30: P.M. to 3:30: P.M. Post Office FRESH "BOSTON BUTT"

Mar. 9 Mon. MalabarGrant 9:00 A.M. to 10 A. M. Post Office PORK 3ge PatoeSlr. ge'i i

Mar. 9 Mon .1.e.4., 11.OO .M.fo12Noon Post Office ROAST LB.

Mar. 9 Mon. Micco < 2:00: P.M. to 3:00: P.M. Jordans FRESH "TEXAS" :

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French Fries .. b ij:. 39 B Libby'i Tasty Corned J7/,/ Green. Stamps]
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' Pot Pies ? 5 :S.:?: $1 Beef Hash 3 cansChkkee size 69c plus taxbnnrn
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Deviled Crabs 'l&. 99 ____ ....111."'* FrathPackPremium
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It lb. 49C A PLEASURE. !

I C.NI.ad, ",.0. er Sm.k.4 c-..",y Sirloin I Steak lb. 89C ._ )i

Link Sausage t . a. . *. 59 I $:-" .
'. /rnh'n Tatty T-Bone Steak ''t. 89'T..w C 528 Park Ave.
Sliced Bologna . 0. ':k;*' 39< .

t Taity White Small Fla Shrimp>ida a .. . a Ib. 49* Rib. Steak !i lb. 89e POIX[ 'i and South Street
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"Crawfish" "', VramivBarlQ' . II .,'. II 0. lb' 69' Short, Ribs .. lb.39c M R R K t T s ; Titusville '

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