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Title: Star-advocate
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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Apartment Permit Ups Total I a.a.. of fLA.f(h; a t E


The Voice of 25,000 Nor' h Breva .-'f my Residents

In 64 In City To Near $6 Million --- -

84th Yea No JO Titus\illc Florida, MondJ*, March 9, 1964 5c Per C'p :
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Thetes no question about days The permit purchased support the 10.story structure top nine floors of the structure,

which "ity in Brevard is leading Friday Just came within the allowed It will contain 92 two.bedroom, since the first floor and almost

the urrtnt building race time.OrlglnalIy. 3(5( one-bedroom, 10 three.bedroom all the land area will be devoted Suggestion For New
If there was a question before, scheduled to be to parking area A second.floor
a $2.3 million permit Issued late seven stories, tlie apartment plan and eight efficiency apart i ideation deck will Include a

tnclay by City Building Inspcctor has been changed after test boring merits swimming pool, cabanas and

Frans Larson settled any indicated the land would Apartment will all be on the game areas

argument r"" 7'... "'J 'W. ......... '
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This permit upped the total in \ )r :Jk-it.: "--=1I! ," \ "' ''', uv. :R1I Bulkhead Line To Be

litusville to nearly $3 million
during the first 68 days of 1964
The permit was issued to James

M Simmcrson of Orlando, representing

Kurmar Inc of Palm Made To Council
Ueach the builders for a 10- City

stoiv apartment building to be

located on a tract between Rivtiside .

Ii we and U S. 1, Con
stiuttion Is to begin within 30 A suggestion that thei i uy tmn.t/: to avoid piecemeal anionlM land for a vadit' basin UK Innd I at their store on Carpenter Road
da}"* council possibly consider stall) <'n s t Iii) the bulkhead line Is locutnl bdwtin the ciiv srwir Re-inning applications by Jos-
Properly was formerly owned Ihhing a new bulkhead luu IInd I II"tlhl.t' ( the Incieasul! growth: treatment plant an,1,I Uiffalo Una,I i ph W Campbell for property In

by Mrs, W D Wilson and its : "'" along the west bank of the In,linn in the city would prompt other in the north pint\ of town Dolt spine and Mt Sterling,
sale I was completed earlier last River, to include the new arrurcnsbluiatcd a] |.llc>ituns, all of which' might Talmai! :c riiorts tint if the Llau It G. Marlowe for property
into the city list Ic avoilel by cstahlMi'ig: a new propivd construction is allow!! I, at llrrmuda and Magnolia Jostph -
week. by Realtor C W DanenDUlg year has nun made by Jack bulkhead line fium tie north to the Loard of Health will rt' |uir<' W Campbell for property In

Buford of the Trustees of the In tiouth city liniils the city cxtrnl iti hewer oitfallopproxim Inlian Kher residence lots; VL .
The property was formerly U ikiurtiif I I iQ < C: tcrnal Improvement Fund In Tallahassee When a bulkhea.I lino I if set, it ..tcly 750 feet east from DJankcnahip for property in
zone R J on Riverside Diive and ( .
meant that the uplan I properly the pi esc'tit end ot tin ml(all ata Indian Itiver Heights and in Rinconoro
B.1 on U. S. 1. It was the sub ounci has tho riht to purchase tost c.stlmaUil, at $$1)000) an,1,I Subdivision, E. J. Kendall
jtct of a squabble in December, The present bulkhead line, adopted lotto m lind.. l l1ng> tn the npnr Sail.W)0) by the consulting cnglnncr for property in Highlan! Terrace
when neighbors protested the rezoning ., ....- "" only recently by the Ian rights of his upland nrr"f'" ; airway Builders for prop
council, was a source of mm'h
to R3 to permit the out Into the river to tl,o .t !n. of '\No on the agcnJn are the rrty along LaGrange Avenue,
discussion both and ,
apartment construction pro the bulkhead line and to fit. such following: Lima Rerdin for property In

City council okayed it providing SHOW BUILDING Architect Malcolm tor Fran: Larsen a conception of the $2V4 prior to adoption property, if all requirements arc Consideration of the only bid :Morgan Subdivision; Thomas L,
a $2.5 million permit was ob McQuaid. left and consulting million Apparently applications for met I iccrivcd for purchase of city own llenlerson for property on Do rna
engineer apartment complex.--S-A Photo).
tamed from the city within 90 James Simmerson, show building inspec- changing the line in some areas There are at least two applications ed piopeity, now used as a trash Avenue: larl: D Cope for proptrty -
have prompted the suggestion by for bulkhead line extensions disposal area, located along SR tutwren Hopkins and Wash

Buford, who was in Titusville! at the present time-one by 405 mtton!: just north of the old Catholic
Sheriff WilsonAnnounces I last week to review the tending Dun Maclean and] others for Consideration of a request( by church pioperty, Jack DRozcn .
Canal Would Link applications for amendment to property located In the area be, L B Pirtle IIr a 13.day ixtcnilon for property west of Coqulna -
I the line tween Howard John on's Motel to complete a hmixe on School; H C Kirk lor

Bid Iluford met with City Manager an,1,I the old south city limits, anll I Hock' Pit Road The council property on US 1 (South) south
Cleveland! Talmadge! and advised l the other by H C Kirk for an granted Pirtle a house moving of Big Apple, Bernard Hcrschu
the city manager that he was going area near Honda WonduUnd\ permit on Nov.) 26 IIn,1,I tie put upa ,ml N. A. Rossman for property
For Re-Election St. Johns Indian Rivers to recommend to the trustees The recommendation by Bufoic that no action be taken on the will be taken up before the couneil ordinances Time limit, accoidIng tlyte' Cowhn for property south

Sheriff Leigh S. Wilson Saturday f pending applications at this time at tomorrow night meeting to the ordnances, expired of Highway SO, Frank B Wise.
officially announced his Intention A proposed canal linking the Harold Scott, board engineer and further recommended that Another item on tho agenda for last week Jr, et .1 I for property on Old-
to St Johns and Indian Rivers, agreed to apply for a federal loan the council adopt a new bulk the meeting is a request by Hodncy Approval of l.on.Oale Lstatt idea,I Drive
as a Republican
candidate for re-election. \ was tentatively approved by to pay for the preliminary cngineermg head line to encompass the new Thompson for the council to subdivision plat.Application Special use permit by Jack Mil
members of the canal district on the 14.mile canal city limits consider the proposed filling and by Jackson Minit lor for property at corner of Hopkins
Wilson, the first Republican board at a meeting Friday at He told Talmad e that he wt< bulkheading of his submerged Market for sale of beer and wine and Garden
Rrevard Sheriff in When completed, this .
many years project - ---- ---
Kevins Fruit Co offices --- --
said in his resume of qualifications will link the Indian River with the
"In serving the citizens The route, all lying in extreme cross state canal, which in essence Muldrew SeeksReelection Felner Second GOP To Qualify 11
of Brevard as their chief law enforcement south \olusia County, will have, would link the Gulf of Mextco .

officer since Jan 1963, access to the Indian River :at the}\ with the Atlantic without having "" ,. .' ,.. .......
I have point where Turnbull Creek M lvn! E, Fetner of THusvillj I
proved myself to be well to go around the tip of Flor
able to with numerous and enters the northern most part. of I ., hat b come the wxond Republlcutt t I' '''
cope ........ ... -"'' for '. .
complex problems that are con the. .Indian n.lvu.* liwilt mier "Richard R. 'Muldrew. Mel candidate 'to-. qualify .. ..
tinually cropping Up in a county sect will) the 5t.Tohns" about a Scott told tho directors locks' bourne attorney, announces that county elietionFttner .' '''''If
mile north of Lake will be needed to lift barges 11
Harncy. qualified this roomingfoi
that has such a fantastic
population ho M seeking election to the '
growth as does Brevard L lghS. Wilson The board, after the report of feet above the river level and herecommended office of County Commission from District 1 county cumminnlonrr '
County" one lock be placed District No.3. snd In his anmuncement '.y.
near Lake" Harney and the other said 'I ,,
SlarAlvoeate :
Sheriff Wilson has over 31 years He told the Star.Advocate, "It to The
Qualifies As of the where the
Clark Republican just west point
am net a politician in any nensaof
of training and experience in law canal will intersect Interstate VI, is with the greatest pleasure that .
woid and have never run (
enforcement! He is a graduate of I again seek the office The past the
west of ,
the Delehanty Polite Training Institute Scottsmoor three years have been enjoyable for, nor held, any public office,
having completed four Candidate For Porl Commissioner Upon completion, an estimated) and extremely educational It but I am u firm believer in uloveinnient

years of training there and a $10 million will have been !spent was my first experience with of the pc oplu, by

graduate of the New York City William H (Bill)' Clark qualIfied f' ,''tf\!\ This cross state canal project earth moving and road and tho peopl and for the people.

Police Academy with both pre today to run for the lie is the culmination of political bridge construction, however, Muldr. Fetner has been a resident of
service and in-department train dreams which began under1, r.e: with the assistance of an excel Richard B. w Tltusvillu since 1937 when hu!
ing in all phases of police mcthods publican nomination for Port administration of Franklin U.) lent foreman Hilton Deal, and a and hi* family moved here from

and crime detection, public Canaveral Commissioner, District Roosevelt during WW II The pro well trained crew, we have Chicago when 'tie took a teaching

relations, time study and records 2. ject was started then but never managed to establish a record Karl Speaks und! coaching position( at Titus'
keeping systems He has also at, completed Near Ocala are rem for now road construction in vlllo High School He taught Mtlvln C. Fetn.r
tended courses conducted by the Clark, who has been a resident nants of construction of this unfinished District 3. math and science in the schools

FBI and has many times served of Brevard County for three project The figures would Indicate Here T Tonight plus couched football, basket- Navy duilng the luter part of

as instructor in various courses years, is past president of the With the completion of tho that we have secured almost 700 bull! and tiack, In Chicago huw WW II, and an additional two

in law enforcement, including!;: Spaceport Young republicans, cross state and St Johns.Indian acres of Ian i for road right-of. Democratic tan lidato for Govtinor i employed by Western [leI:' year hitih with the Army during -

pistol instruction treasurer of the Titusville Toast River canals the space efforts of way, without cost to the taxpaycrs Fred Karl will speak at a trie as an equipment engineer, the Korean conflict
Wilson service in law enforce the Mil.A will be connected with We have opened up 63 miles public meeting tonight at ISay Presently retnor Is employed With the help and support
men began in New York City, masters and a member of the of new road some of which have Blown Cu in
lanes of by Engineering
the shipping the Gulf view auditorium at 8 pm, according of the peoplo) of Bievard County
where: he served 17 years as a detpctive Titusville Jaycccs been complete! while others are Set' '
Coast, to his local campaign Engineering vices Support t .r GOP candidate said Itelicve
in that department Helias In various of construction .
lie received his bachelor degree stages manager, Dave Boyett. lie has worked in systems detlgn we can take a big step
been 1 lentificd\ as an exjcrt' Last year, the whole south cnl of and
preliminary planning toward placing the government
in various forms of law en from the University of California Brevard Ranks 7th the eounty was opened up by the The Mothers for Karl orllan. .
ization will also have a reception development of criteria for design of thu county back In the hands
jreement' by the New York State construction of
in Electrical Engineering and is a bridge across .
Mrs Karl In the in communication on various of the people where it belongs,
In Gasoline Sales for Faye com
Supreme Court and designated to the Tillman Canal, on Babeock
testify before that august body, employed by the Boeing Co, a Street This made feasible the construction mumty room of Citizen Rank at Air Force and NASA pro If you want all of the pe-ople
After his retirt.ent from the job he has held for seven years Gisolme sales in Bievard totaled of Babcock Street to 4:30: p.m. Both meeting* arc oi,('nto jects, of UiU county represented again,

NYC police department, Wilson Clark will serve as his own William H. ( Bill) Clark ) 6,423,870 gallons during the Indian River County lino the public Coffee and cake will Fctnor, 3(1( years came to Brevard County where January, placing the county 7th This has been complete 1 and be served in LaGrange, Ga, was raised in then give me your support in
he worked as a private investigator campaign t treasurer and.the First in the state, just behind Polk partially paved This 13 mile Karl, nf Daytona Beach, Will Langddle, Ala He received a Ihe Mdy primary and again in

and! was assigned to the National be the Bank of Titusville will Drive, Titusville, with his wife, Kerosene sales totaled 1,672,. road, along with its cast.west elected to the Legislature> in 11)57 US In' Education at Auburn Un the g'ncrtj election In November I
campaign depository
Florida BJT Association for conS Holga, and two year old son, S26 gallons, ranking the county rtiriei, which 'have hern op<'nSo and has served four regular ten- IvtrsityHu anll I I shall represent you In
*. WILSON On Pagt i He lives at 2737 Finerldge David 7th MULDREW On Pag* 6 lions of 11)57,1950\ 1XU! and lIHil spent two years in tho the fullest seme of the word"

II One Youth Swims Over Mile To Shore

m Six Kids Are Rescued From Island IBy

Bill Lytrly away from the thore where it had caught by the current, began to After their festivities, the group the situation under const,leration, himself get her for buoyancy and began AJ w. approached the Island,

been grounded and quietly, drift further and( further away sauntered to the spot where and decided that some one would The youngster took off his long and!: cold swim /He spent well our motor quit on u. and wtsp

An Innocent Saturday evening they had left the boat and not have to swim to shore He elected trousers, tied the leg ends toY over an hour In the water, finally <.nt on '.half hour f'tiling!;: (hail
boating trip and weiner roast finding! it, began a search over coming!! to shore He rented a flic.:Ity tcfire proceeding.
turned into quite a harrowing the small island and soon moment and walked, In hi* underwear '
for six North Brevard very ihmly wq' founl: the IsliitJ n
experience to the hou Mf the par
became aware of their predicament
of thcie made the pitch black night Depu'i iRudge :
teen agers and one !. stranded on an Island an cnti of one of tla-'Vys on the
I heroic swim of over a mile to island ami rousing them told his! ( pit the boat a.oon an1
Island a little over a mile from
walked to the where
get help shore story, This 'tu about 12:45 a.m.% rimp
,hr I tied riKinl
youngster wt e
three boys and The father Immediately callel
The youths, an
They watched and waited for
the fire, all aipartntly we:1.:I
equal number of girli, all Titus awhile, hoping boat would pass the Sheriff department an I
The boat was met it the Pier
after fitting the master in hla
title Hifch students, embarked on near enough for their erics to be yo
son'i clothe, tnuk the boy to the rimp by parents rf tie: yojn,,
to of
boating trip one
a many heard or for their campfire to be
strri Ml abcyit i J :o .
i mTh
department to aid the deputy in
Islands in the Indian River late seen (not realizing they had built
the search '> ki 'I hat> at being
and made their weic Vy
Saturday evening their fire In a little depression
due east of This by home ute and aoun t, ''t. t th, h.ip-
bland happened rut
way to an where it coulcln be seen for any reporter j
the new Howard Johnson's Restaurant distance). i* Deputy Tom Rudge, was hooking |.1'i jt t wit Itfnvh> bmtd tfsunkcown

t No boats came ami the youngsters the boat trader tit< a patrol! river. atid t t:Jck night
The sextet landed and went' became worried What car: and he asked u. to go along to an! ..rrif'rrh'.

about the preparation of building should they do? How could they The youngitcr. tre deputy an1 Jihn safti t'n' fcrivr I thing hhil .
this Star.dnl'8te reporter pt t tVifo Wit wdlk t'irwish, : the
a fire and getting things ready get help
for an evening's enjoyment ON THE WAY Help is on the way for the stranded One of the boys, John Carouth- the boat in the water at Tlt.uvlll streets ami knotk on the door of
During their activities, no one teen-aeen Deputy Radge and John Caruthers get Patrol ers a year-old, juxt recently ALL RLADV Deputy Rudfe tell* kids to pile In I'ler ramp and! took off In .fare" his friend hmiso i "h-s brief at

noticed their boat slowly slide boat ready for search.-(S-A Photo). moved here from Missouri, took boat and head (or home (S A Photo) of the bland rind the teen.a.er;: tireHuge .


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Pape 2 Tltutvlll* (Florida) Stir Advocate rte' ii, Monday;March >, W4 Auxiliary Of Fire
Department Elects 'round

SIte Of Officers o town I

The Ladles .Auxiliary of the
Volunteer Tttusville Fire Depart With barbara carton
/ 1PftAlyfrtlti B / ment met at the IRC Fire Station Phone 247-3974

Thursday night, March 5th, and
elected PWoy; KeUfer as proal- Laughing Leprechauns, gay evening at First Federal by Mrs. )ing Hills School cafetorium. Th

dent. Shamrocks and green Irish hats Lorraine Hirshberg, neighbor school is open ,to everyone for
the hood chairman. There were registration! fee of $1.50 and >I
Other officers elected were set scene for St. Patricks Day
Sandra Kaiser, vice-president; farewell party for June and Bill quite a few new leaders joiningthe cosponsored by Brevard Count

Kay Murray, secretary; Myrtle Huffman Saturday night at the organization this year and Agricultural Office, Titusvlllj
Finch, treasurer and Marguerite home of Barbara and Terry Ter- all the leaders have been so Garden Club and the America'!

Of f AlumniTO Brown, chaplain. Named to hune on Glenway Dr. busy with their troops, they Association of University Wol

a,.; the board of directors were Agnes The Huffman's will be leaving haven't had time to really get men.

iA DeGerald 3 year; Orpha Greg lOOn for Sacramento, California to know each other. Lorraine;

Meet Elect cry :2 year and Lillian Miller, 1 where Bill will be the Aerospace couldn't have picked a better Parkway P. T. A.

year. representative with Aerojet. time for the gathering as Thurs Executive Board

University of Florida alumni Installation of these officers Is They have lived in Titusville day for Girl Scouting. '

(fn B-revard County bold their annual planned April 4th,. when a cover about seven years and have Holds MeetingParkway

meeting for election of officers .,Jf1 +rw ed dish supper will be held at three sons, Tommy, Jimmy and Ladies of the Elks are in the PTA Executive I 'II'
the first hall.
Thursday March 12 at the Bobby. June is an active member process of reorganizing and are
Board met Thursday afternoon
A social committee
Whispering Hills Country dub in composed of the Jr. Woman's Club. planning a meeting Wednesday
of Margaret Higgs, Simonne at 2:30: in the school cafetorium
Tilusville. June and Bill received a beau night at 8:00: pm. in the lodge.
Higgs and Susan Bentenhafer Mrs. Betty Ponds, acting president
Harold B. Crosby, Dean of University ; tiful silver cocktail shaker engraved All wives of Elks lodge members I
refreshment committee of Lillian called the meeting to or-
Relations and Develop. with "Rots of Ruck"one are urged to attend
Miller, Simonne Higgs and Margaret der.
meat at the University of Florida ., Higgs; and finance committee ( of Bill's favorite sayings),
will be the main speaker at the a of Ann Finn, Lillian Miller "Your Friends" and the date. The Whispering Oaks Garden Much discussion was heard '
dinner meeting scheduled for 7:30: r and Audrey Benecke were namedat The lovely hostess served Circle is planning what shouldbe for the last fund-raising project

p,m. this time. champagne punch and hors a delightful meeting next of the PTA. It was voted upon
Reservations for dinner shouldbe The Auxiliary and the Order of d'oeuvers to the following geusts: Monday of Mrs. Doris Ruffe and passed that the project ;

returned to Ray C. Winstead, the Eastern Star will .hold a joint Elaine and Peter Gaenlcke, Bink on North Smith Dr. Followingthe would be a Parent-Student dance
401( S. Washington Avenue, TI. "'_...."... ., l.."... mac.. .Af.A...".. ,- ..,.a.a. ". ,;;: .x ,'I U 1IP.i.2l chicken dinner at the tire hall on and Billy Griffis, Buddy and election of officers, members which was tentatively scheduledIn

tusville, by March 10. NEW WOMEN OF MOOSE OFFICERS- Williamson, Junior Regent and Mrs. Kay| Saturday April 18th. The public Dodie Powell, Jack and Norma will model their own January. The date was set

Officers for the newly instituted chapter Maltbie, Senior Regent. Standing are is invited to attend. Larks, Shirley and Dick Simo- spring hat creations made from in April to be announced definit- "

WWI Auxiliary 1485, Women of the Moose, were installed Mrs. Charlotte Jacobs pianist; Mrs. Mil- net, Mary and Charles Massey flowers, leaves, branches or any ly at the meeting Monday night

Luncheon Meeting during impressive ceremonies recently at dred Laughan, sentinel; Mrs. Aileen Fahn- Pink Ladies Donate Dot and John Nelson, Donna and plants. This annual event is a\ March 9.VISIT.

the Moose Lodge on U. S. No. 1. Seated drich, assistant guide; Mrs. Hazel Flynn, | Dick McCotter, Ann and Jule highlight of the club's Spring
Mrs. Johanna Trumbull newly from left are Mrs. June Critchley, argus; guide; Mrs. Shirley Ricker, treasurer and Articles To HospitalThe Schmidt, Ben and Mary Storey, season because the hats are always IN TITUSVILLEMr.

Installed president of the Vet Mrs. Charlotte Waddell recorder; Miss Mrs. Lydia Barnes, Jr. Graduate Regent. > Pink Lady Auxiliary hold a Dick and Mary Andrews, Esther beautiful and quite a
World War I Auxiliary and Jim Davidson, Fay and Murphy \ and Mrs. Cl rence Knochc -
erans of Sharron Waddell, chaplain; Mrs. Frances -Carlson( Photo) i meeting Tuesday at Jess Parrish sight to see. !
Titusvillo\ Barracks 1198, pre n Memorial hospital and donated Wardman. of Napervillc, Ill left last

sided at her first meeting Wednesday I Lockheed Wives Club various articles to the hospital.Mrs. We noticed three members of week following a visit at the II. II.

at the American Legion Grace JJnwln. Mrs Leonard Ralph Robertson, principal of the Orange Blossom Garden Hudson home, 1318 Riverside
Hall. A covered dish luncheon MeetingThe Dr. They had been on a trip to
Newman, Mrs. Rudolph Nelson Parkway Jr. High School, returned Circle over at the library Friday
with members of the Titusville Lockheed Wives Club and Mrs. W. Hennessey, Thursday from a four afternoon planting several flowering Nassau, and on their way north

!Baracks 1190 preceded the meet. will hold a luncheon\ meeting made.eight sand bags, 23 screen day state school plant survey in shrubs and many sma'l will stop for a visit at the homeof

lags of both the barracks and Thursday, March 12, at Ra.mon' curtains, 1V4 dozen receiving Lake City. plants around the building. their daughter at Dayton, O.
auxiliary.Mrs. y blankets and 1V4 dozen baby
of Cocoa Beach. Really makes a difference, now
jackets, during the month.
Trumbull appointed Mrs. Cards will be featured from past The P.T.A. meeting out at the library has that look of being Card Thanks

Melrose| Coon, vico-president, as d JO am. t to 12, followed by a social The organization is now makIng Parkway tonight should be very "Comfortably settled." Mrs.
legislation chairman" and Mrs. hour 12 to 12:30: with lunch- plans for a scholarship in interesting since awards will be Margaret Goad, Mrs. Jodi Her- For the thoughtfulness\ of

Frances Call as membership eon at 1230.: nursing, as well as a rummage presented to students having the rin and Mrs. Cathy Spencerwere friends, expressed in many

chairman. She will appoint a David Kulchin, Industrial Relations sale. winning entries in the school's the busy beavers plantingthe words! of comfort and acts of

pressbook chairman at the next Representative for Lock. Science Fair. We hear all the flowers. l kindness during our recent bereavement

meeting. heed Missiles and Space Division Garden Circle To projects will be on display for we are sincerely

!Mrs. Walter Watson, welfare will be the guest speaker. Elect New OfficersThe parents and friends to sec. While we're on the subject of trll te lul.

and sunshine chairman, report. Those planning to attend are plants and such don't forget the Wilhelmina Gilbert
ed on plants and hankerchiefs 0; Nq asked to have reservations in by Orange Blossom Garden At) Girl Scouts leaders in the Landscape and Garden School Arie Gilbert Johnson

taken to a member who was ill, 3 6.00: p.m. today (March 0)). Reservations Circle will meet at the home of area have been invited to a get- begins tomorrow night from Dorothy Jaudon Cutter
and aid given two widows of :fr for Titusville is Ger- Mrs. Aderon Feagan of Mims at acquainted social Thursday 7:30: to 9:30: p.m. at the Whisper

World War I veterans who were rie Rennie, AM 70734. 8 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Wayne
ill. The welfare and hospital McCall will be co-hostess.
Birthday Club Meets The circle will elect officers for
fund is raised by a weekly Fun
Night at the Titusville Trailer For Luncheon Thurs. the ,coming year. Subject of the
program will be on the culture of
Court recreation hall in charge .
Mrs. Glen Henderson was day hhes. IN TITUSVILLE 1
of Mrs. Watson assisted by
NEW BRIDE FETED Mrs. Larry Boblick, the former
hostess to members of the Birth
Mrs. Call. The fund can Darlene Crouse, was feted !lat a bridal shower given in day Club at the Colonial Loungelast SS Class Holds .
used for and welfare
only hospital
her honor recently at First Baptist Church of Minn. Mrs. Thursday. The occasionwas CIRCLE ;
work. Boblick is shown opening her gifts assisted by, from left, the birthday of Mrs. R. E. Steak DinnerThe

Mrs. Frank Lash of Winter Mrs. Vicki Keer and Mrs. Velda Knight two of the hos- Henderson. A 12:30: luncheonwas adult School
Sunday class
Garden, president of the 7th tesses, Mrs Russell Crouse, her mother and, seated on the enjoyed, followed by an afternoon of Westside Baptist Church held PARK

District WW I Auxiliary was a floor, Miss Karen Crouse, her sister.-Carlson Photo). of Liverpool rummy. a steak dinner last Saturday eve

guest. Other guests were Mrs. The honor guest received several ning at 8 o'clock in the Sunday
David Wentworth of Fern Park Newcomers Club Colonial Dames lovely gifts. School building Class president,

and Mrs. Herbert Scheibel, of Luncheon MeetingThe XVJIth Century Others present were Mrs. Ray Everett, greeted class mem town house -
Minden Nebraska. Mrs. Went Edna Roberts, Mrs. R. L Cut- bers and Introduced Floyd Yar-
worth I is a member of the WW 1 Florida Greeters New Mrs James H. Whitaker 'and bertson, Mrs. J. H. Whitaker, trough, who gave the devotional.

Auxiliary in Fern Park, and comers Club met Wednesday, Mrs. II. T. Williams and Mrs. Mrs. H. H. Hudson and Mrs. Dinner was prepared and served
Mrs. Scheibel a member of Feburary 26, at the WhisperingHills Jessie Peppers.Hibiscus by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pelletier,
Lee R. Scott attended the Colonial
Auxiliary No. 2937 in Nebraska, Country Club for its mon Mrs. Opal Everett, and Mrs. OWN YOUR OWN2BEDROOM
is spending the winter with her thly luncheon. Dames XVIIth Century Circle Floyd Yarbrough. The Rev. H. h -
son in Indian River City Luncheon Meeting at the Orlando E. Flynn's mother, Mrs. Elsie
The members voted to havea Slates
Country Club last Tuesday. Workshop Flynn, was presented with a
The next meeting of the hayride on Saturday, March birthday cake from the class.

auxiliary will be on April 1, at 14. Tho Econ Riding Stable is Flans were discussed for 'a ,.will The Hibiscus Mrs.Garden H. T.Circle Williams The class joined in a song .
the Legion Hall, and will be to provide the wagon and re benefit dessert card party to beheld service after dinner directed by
preceded by a covered dish freshments. There will be asm at First Federal Savingsand Whispering Hills Road, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bomar. Several -

luncheon at 1:30: p.m. ill charge of $4.00 per couple. Loan, College Park Branch, Wednesday, March 11, at 2:00: selections were sung by a TOWN
The Titusville Barracks No. Please call Mrs. Dee Kestler on Friday, March 13th. This Is p.m., for a flower workshop.Mrs. quartet\ members of which were [ HOUSE
John will
1198 will meet at the same time ((267-7155)) for reservations. being<< sponsored by Christian Knisley con Hunter Parker, Troy Bomar S.

and place with Lou Pepper Members and guests arc invit Temple Manor Chapter, with duct the flower arrangement D. Bain, and W. H. Hales. A solo ya : FIRST OF ITS KIND IN FLORIDA
workshop. are
Commander, presiding. ed. Mrs. H. F. McCabe, Orlando as "Ole' Man River" was sung by
to bring own materials to Complete with
Troy Bomar. Members xf the
chairman. <
Mrs. John Keefer, chairman
Central Heat and Air
work with and containers. Conditioning
of the knitting announced class were next entertained bya -
Parkway P. T. A. the will group meet other Those from Titusville wishingto Hostesses will be Mrs. Williams skit depicting the "Average &M Wall-To-Wall Carpeting

Meets Tonight group every attend may obtain tickets Mrs. Nornan Clark, Mrs. American Marriage", presentedby a w
Monday at 9:30 a.m. at her
from Mrs. Lee R. Scott, AM 7- J. E. Tourney and Mrs. Sam Mr. and Mrs. Ray Everett, TOTAL MONTHLY
Parkway PTA meets tonight at home. Beginners and expertsare 2463. Clonts. and Troy Bomar. % 24
welcome. tr PAYMENT ONLY
8 o'clock in the school cafetori- -
The sewing meets a+ Monthly! Payments Include
um. The main business of the group I I principal
March 11 at the home of Mrs. interest, estimated taxis
meeting will be the announce Winning Warm Friends For Florida Since 19S811ItII11Ii i. and insurance.
Zanetta discuss
ment of the Parent-Student Raymond to I

Dance, and the election of new their plans.Future I ,\ \ / qI} s-g_ (after 10% Down Payment)

!officersfor the new year.
SecretariesOf Jlorida, 1 BEDROOM UNITS ONLY $56.29 MONTHLYTHIS
The program of the eveningwill
be "A Tribute to Science". THS To MeetThe :::.. J w

Science students at Parkway Titusville High School JV" S ( reel'ia Service' IS COMPLETE HOME OWNERSHIP!

Junior\ High have worked hard Future Secretaries Associationwill g NOT A CO-OPERATIVEI NOT A CONDOMINIUMIAs
on their projects which will be
displayed in the cafetorium. hold its regular monthly 0 Town House owner YOU pay lets than rent less

Trophies and certificates of meeting at the high school on /J1IJI\\' I\\ k Cordially Welcomes than 'In a cooperative or condominium yet, YOU receive/ a
March 9, at 7p.m.
award will be presented duringthe maximum of housing' !! benefits with a minimum of expense!
Following the business meeting
meeting. I YOU owe It to yourself to
investigate the advantages
R. B. "Bob" Dillard many
Refreshments will be served present a talk on "The Boss's MRS. You and Your FamilyRUSSELL Town House living!!, Town House Ownership!

after the meeting which will ad- Idea of Dillard has HOUCHINS :
jousts a Secretary. 1 To Your New Home!
at 9:15.: :
been: associated with the Rang Hostess s ,
Contractor since June 13, 1953.
Tri City Garden He first served with Rang THORNTON, AVE. The State of Florida SALES OFFICE IN MODEL BUILDING AT

Club Cancels MeetThe Planning and with the develop- PHONE 3333 GARDEN STREET IN TITUSVILLE.

ment of Program Management, 267-7157
Trl City Garden Club will before becoming* a Program MODELS NOW OPEN

not meet this month, March 12, at Manager. He Is a charter memo desire make feel welcomeand DIRECTIONS: From U. "
It is our to you S. No. 1 Turn Was on Garden
the regular time. The club will ber of the Pan American Pro .
StretHIghwty( 406)) Proceed on Garden Street 2Vi Miles
meet next month as usual. gram Management Department.Cannon's I. to acquaint you with your city. To Circle Park in the GardamdaU Area of TiiusvUU.

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March 9, 1964 Titusvlllo (Florida) Sfar- Advocate; Pate ) I
-- Kynes To AddressBar r

En 1111 II _---I It Association I[ ; '( ieK aArya wCOUPON 1fH'.Fa t Ata sbarlrewlTna ICII

UUL4t elty, 4. 11 t yrNpggtllt Annual BanquetAttorney I f 1

General Janus W

Kynes will be the guest speaker

; 4 at the annual Brevaid county .,
11ij, 1LI1DitIt1i;; i 54L Bar Association banquet Wednesday

night, March 11, in the TUE5. & WED SPECIALS
Gemini Room of the Carriage .i

House Cocoa Beach. COUPON ,
This will be the annual installation -
t of officers and ladies : L
night banquet, beginning ut 6:30: : ANTISEPTIC ill

a 1 ,va .f $ernt r p,m. ..... 98c Bottle of ,
's t. : t a Mrs. Kynes is expected to accompany Johnton9' F..ua" C I C I
the Attorney General. sew' Mlerin.. Kilb 6 7 I: i
Germs" F.... '

Mrs. Kate Evans Clout 1 wits eeuaan threueh Wtd. 1/11 '"1 1I

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1 Mrs. Kate Evens. 80.year.old o rSTANBACi0::

Mum resident passed away t

: Friday, March 6, after a lung I Rey, 2Sc Pkg of
Illness j I Headache and 11 IS
She moved to this area six 1 po in powder

I years ago from West Virginia: ,
A where she was born June 10 LI..lt, 1 w".. _... tk.uek Wtd. JIll
4R 1883

L Survivors include a son Alfred Ii Li

# ,ire Nv ,, Evans of Minis und four( grand', COUPON
.-. .-.. Remains were forwarded to Everead/ -

NEW UNIT WILL DOUBLE CAPABILITY This 215,000 kilowatt tur Orlando area. Harry Luff right, manager of electric operations, and Lindtido, West Virginia for interment 1 Flashlight BATTERY

bine generator now in the final stages of assembly at the Orlando Utilities Louis E Stone director of the generation division, discuss assembly of the in the family plot in Reg.20cf950

Indian River Plant will double the present OUC system generating cap. giant unit which weighs 1,250,000 pounds and Is the heart of a facility first Coulers Cemetery. Smith Funeral | Famous for 21.J"

I ability. The new unit the most efficient machine of its size and rating programmed five years ago in anticipation if)f electric power demands fore- Home was in charge of local! ri"W i Eraread frY

available is scheduled to go into operation in early summer and will seen by OUC engineers. arrangements Batteries /Lr'r.7

assure adequate power to meet the immediate needs of the fast-growing contract includes construction of I unit I elm .wren tarawh Wtd. 1/11

I I the lock gate, an office and r

Joncs Named To maintenance building, installation .
Famous Surgeon.: National Committee of electrical equipment and COUPON

State Road Department paving announced the U. S.

: To Address .' Fight N Federal E. Junes Savings, president and of Loan the Army Engineers. x BALLPENS

I' 11110; 551 Iii. C' I. '1\1'1 suit so I
Association of Titusville, has Iv "It, tOK IIl1t.\\IIU/ tot \ I\, folio Sped.l'
been<< appointed to the 1964 in "1.415115. \ ReMcteble I.n OF OFI".lnt j
Medical Society surunce Committee, of the United (11 Ast.t:. UAl'MUAtlltHAKLM MI tlimi l ,.... ColmaSe 2 5c
Gets Over" JC'sMerritt eh..... R
"Going By States Savings and Loan 1'LAIN'rlvs
Robert M Zollinger, League : : I t:. KlhllN AND Limit a wills, awaee thrw.h' W.d. Jill
Professor and Chairman of the KUAYNt: KUfc-ICV,
The appointment has been an
of the t> ;I"IN: tl
Department of Surgery nounced by Eugene M Mortlock MirUK Or MIIKKItr I suit

Island Jaycees gave conditions which prevail on State sion, "This is not projected to Ohio State University and Past of New York City, president of IR.HIII Nuke 8 li, W11SON hereby ,ulvrn Sheriff that ol Urn I' I raagramgg COUPON psora -
the State Road Department and! Road 3, south of Merritt Island to! you, gentlemen but to( the State President 196162, of the American the league, which is the nation vard Counly, rlnrl.l.. under and bl \
member Max Brewer and engm. the Eau Gallic causeway and Road Department and the representative College of Surgeons wide trade organization of the yirtut lalre..of hcrMofora a writ of".uIII uee"lIol1 out of after the I I VO.5 HAIR

cer Richey Green a "going over" north to Merritt Island to the in our own county Max will be the principal speaker at savings and loan business and represents day above of enllllel February, court. 1IW4,. In on the the. buvI1,11"1 lath. CONDITIONERFLORIENT
at County Commission meeting MILA operations on SR 3 and Brewer and to Richey Greene in the monthly meeting of the more than 5,000 savings eauae. buy. levlBil upon* the ....1.00t..f '

Thursday. AlA, the conditions were pointedout. DeL amI. They have closed their Erevard County Medical Societyon associations( and C9.opera. into rollowlnf. lylnc dMirlbnl and bolng i.ropnty In' 'llrevurd, >lt. a I Alb..o vo-s 1 i
In a well prepared brief in. eyes! to( the needs of Merritt Is. Tuesday. live bank's County, HorlcU. to-wlt R..ul.'... y PI... 66 '
15.minute movie of the land" to Munla. Console 111-H Muriel Fo, G.., H.I,
eluding a !Making\ the presentation were Dr. Znllmgcr prior assuming rJICrM;: : Morl.i No 4HIIN
Harold R. Heath and A. P. "Del The men pointed out that as chair as Professor of Surgery The League's insurance com. NxriH Aulotimtla, Waihir. Model I .\ ".. .use knu.h ww. /.1
I mittcc studies the many insurable AWU221JVP, Sri Nu. unknown
MR. BUILDER) Art You Buck, representing the Mtrritt much as 6,000 cars: per day use of Ohio State University'sCol1l'ge lain Mercury 111 No 67eL297u2M. I;
which and
PLEASED with the QUALITYof Island JCs.Heath the old road through South Mer of Medicine, served im hazards savings >WJ the frlorllt UcrniM of 7W.47UHa
property above nanwil
loan institutions to
your TERRAZZO FLOORS? rift Island and the community of portant teaching assignments at are subjected drfrndanl" anri that ho.n the lard day
\\'hy licit Icy in making his.presentations Georgiana, and'as many hs 12- Western Reserve University, and makes recommendations to of March, ,IM4. .bet wren the I....' \tInMQ'mt'Ji'' COUPON .
houn of gala, '
said "Even namely' cloven' o Uuik
OWENS TERRAZZO. INC. though they 000 on AlA north of Merritt management concerning Insurance lu the firanuoii '
Island Cleveland, Ohio; Harvard University and two oilnik In "
full I Illicit (SRD) are aware of the conditionof Massachusetts coverage use .afternoon on aalil day, at lh.pl.u. / D.:.:::., .
xew ems r. II..h list s.telbl Boston ; when old' properly la bnlna;
this road the road officials Chairman Joe Wickham and and was senior consultant in alored lo.wllllre.arel .:
have let us down year after year. Commissioner! George King told Ii ItI.l.wa", Tran.fe a: Reg. .9. acenemyd. .
/ Storage ('oml.ny I
in the Theater
"During this surgery European $$2.5 Million 1114)(1)( North Ult Tllua.ville .. .r..1 C
CHARLES SLADE III space age population the JCs that they dirt not have of Operations from October of No.1. I 3 9
explosion the road Is in the money to pave the road and t will offer for sate. and.I Mill lo Mmniftneat c.n. Ywr chelce
1943 to October of 191for&
RARE COINS the same condition as when the of course it was the responsibility Milder fur cash In hand. the efrryneca..
which he recived the Legion of above dna| ,'rlbcit properly, a.a the iiiI
W. Buy md Pay Mora ancient cars traveled! the small of (the SRD. But they pointed! out Lock Contract property of aalil. defendant, to ant Li.j'tMJ..UffllT1
Mint. i" fy aald CKm.ullnn. H.1,1,. Limit a .1511 awn 511,00645 Wed 1/il :
road. It is 'propnrlywill
Largest Stock of Coins Around narrow truly an age the acquiring of the right of way ba add lubjiiil lo all; plli.rreiornY I I :.
37S N. Orang Orlando 425.4909 old horse and buggy road of a is the county's duty and no mon This speaker has been an of A $2.5 million contract for con "l llrna. !
b>' gone era" ey is available now. ricer in twenty.three different sir nit Ion of the new lock at I.Udll M County. W1IHON, UnilUlly ,, HnxrlffHrevanl .

Clro'i Rug & Drapery Service The JCs, after the presentation County Engineer Jack Griever medical organizations, and has Canaveral Harbor has been ElliabBth M.Sheriff CmmerDoputy Dflfl COUPON OA_.

Wall to Wall Rugi Installation of the movie, told the commls- added a humorous note to the served as president of not only awarded to the firm of Gregg, Mar V <(Mun.1<. I 1WI4Mtril FOAMING
Rtpalrs, Bonding Sorging I presentation when he reminded the American College of Sur dibson; ( & Gregg Lccsburg --- 'K- OK I IN tr: > i1o5< 'inMr I AJAX CLEANSERReg. I
Rubber Cork Vinyl THE PET SHOP commissioners that after the last geons, the Society of University In addition t to( the lock, the ; .lolrK tit '11111)14 > %%IKIn ;
Til. cnnuillant with HOUN Hill 17c toll can
Asphalt Beach paving project on this road, dur Surgeons, the Central Surgical( No 1176, (haptcr'' Number' $>Un.lJawi : I C
SM Downing N.w 428.2612 Smyrna "Everything For Your Pet"Paney ing which time the road was widened Association, Society for Sur American Journal of Surgery, .of Klorlila, Aria of lull, the famous Ajax 11
Phon. unil will' regiater' l wllh) theClerk ,
Collars/ Leashes
Toys the commissioners reeeived gery of the Alimentary Tract, a position he has held since of the eirculi Court In UrnviirI foaming cleanser
-- Budg., Fish, Kupples Supplies numerous complaints, accusingthe the Interstate Post.Graduate l'Jr)3 He Is listed In "Who's tminlr. rinrlilH. upon rwrlpt. ,I I
of proof of publkallun of thla Limit" a will coons t"r.u.11 wedrII
FOR EVERY HOUSE <7t N. Orange, Orlando GA )1742 commission of opening up a Medical Association of North Who in American Men of Medicine notice, She fullnwlnc flilllloua

FURNISHING NEEDMATHER'S I "speedway", on that portion of America and is currently the under name which tn-wlti; I I Hud am anivcxl Kara ruinltiira In KurnHura :: ': I I

THE FLORIDA SHAVER the road. vice president for the Pan- HH topic for the evening will be al silo Main Illunvllla, Hot
"'a, .n.1 55.5 Ihe undenl.n.d la COUPON flttOfiQttQWg
of NEW SMYRNACall SERVICE In other action the commission American Medical Association "The Ulcer Problem The! the only pnraun Inlrraalml In laid I |C

Collect 428.4 t31 411 Makes Electric Shaver Service ; lie is the author of over one Society will meet promptly at bust Dated neaa. a I Tltuaylila' rturlda, Isla LIQUID l
....... Smyrna R.aehHAL Factory-Trained{ Personnel Approved a bulkhead extensionfor hundred and fifty publicationsand 8 p.m at the Cape Colony Inn I day of M..h.I. II. IWI. I SWISH DETERGENT
Parts In Stock-Same Day Service the Pied Piper Cont, Co., forPiper Cocoa Beach Chard W lln nMar
n seven books and currentlyserves '. II. za, 3D I iMon L'"It': ____ O
70 Yurt Experience I Plastic -
Point north of Melbourne ----- -------- Reg.39c
t'dltor.in.chief of
395 N. Or.ngo-Ol.nclo. GA 11865 Causeway. It was felt that this --as -,-_. -- bottle of famous 26C CI
s -
HARRISARCHITECT ORLANDO FOAMPRODUCTS. would improve the area, mil problem is," Peavy said, "a crv. Carry your "big money"in Swish detergent
INC. unlike most bulkheading! would ice station may not move within I
428.5563 Plastic Foam Foam Rubber create mere property for the 500 feet of a church, but a church Lind 1 with lou..n 'IUVh' Wtd. IIU
138 North Causeway Cut to Sue Custom Sawing county for possible use of recre- may move within 500 feet of a your fountain pen! 1
N.w Smyrna Beach, Fla. 32069 Casual Furniture ation. service station if it so desires

Approved zoning board rec:. It is not equitableCommissioner ."
ZS04 S. Orange, Orlando, GA 27)8 COUPONSURE.PINE
ornmenlaticn for withdrawal of George King -
1105 N. Or.ng., Orlando GA 4-7144
Tradcwind the :500 foot bit back require was opposed to it and Lee Wen aA
-a...... merits for service stations O D. ncr supported his opposition with 1t' 111 1 Open A
POOLS .l Peavy director, stated the county reservations, while the other II

of Florida:! Inc. was penalizing this operation members of the commission were I ti CheckingAccount PINE OIL C
Pools of Everlasting Quality I when others were not required. In favor of withdrawal of the requirement Reg, If. Plnt{ ::2 2
5505 E. Colonial Dr. ;- 1 The requirement says service "0"'.. Give four 5
Orlando 275.1812 11 home that pin ...11
-- stations must set back 500 feet Lee Wenner stated this was
t I away from public: buildings, as the first split vote he could re With Us limit 1 wttH. Swan IhrauaK. Wtd. a/11 .
Learn Hairstyling Nowf 1207 N. Mills, Orlando, GA 3-01SS I churches, restaurants, etc "The member on the commission 'a r [JJ?
WOODY'S"alrltyllog This Week!

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2504 McR" St. j II I I

Orlando. 4248573 : Food;

CO. '<-- bog. Food for every- 3 4 C ,

Lumber & Building Materials TO THE CORNER OF MAIN & HOPKINS Don't risk the loss of Importantsums thllll that grows

"Everything for the Builder" TI of money by carrying{ them : l
about with you In cash. Just \1'; urea 5 wle, wua.e Ikreaak Wed. UII
Dixie Fr..w.y et Canal St. take your checkbook along when Ahopping.
N.w Smyrna Baaeri /s roTEnunLmonLiriLT! mrcoueoN
Call Collect 428..121MatcrnaLanc SHOES SAVEACROSS (. Write checks as you
buy. They're good as cash e '

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,.f. 4 TltuivUU (FlorbU.) Stir .Advocate; -- Monday, March 9, MM

I EditorialsA 200 Attend Cub Scout Annual Banquet) t

I Approximately! 200 people' consisting Bamforth, doing a comedy jazz had grown Into nearly 10 million Frank Keller, Cubmaster.: wishes .
and scouts and leaders Even U Lord to express his sincere thanks
of Cub Scouts their; number, Elaine Carlson did a
alive today, and deep appreciation( to all the
Boden Powell were
families attended the annual pantomime to "The
Lady Speaks No Filibuster Here he would be overwhelmed\ ho committee members and all the
Blue and Gold banquet\ held at Trolley Strakbien Song"; Lynn Ernest and growth and accomplishments; of ;pen mothers who worked so diligently .
Jimmy danced a ballet
r. We recently had the privilege of reading an article The House Rules Committee, one of) the most power- the Titusville ILjb cafeteria. with "lifts";; little Paula Holmes scouting. and put many long hours

wl'te>, \by; a, oman: which: expressed the ills and woes ful In Washington, let I U be known Wednesday how they was The carried blue( and throughout gold color the theme roomy did an acrobatic number and Jim. Three Webelo boys, Jim Munro, of banquet, work. into One the Den success mother in of particular this.

begetting our United States' of America, in which she let really feel l about economy in government.A the pen mothers. Table; assortments mie Strakbein performed a 'tap George Szanyl and Larry Hacker \ Irene Lord of Den 3, has

th,* chips t tall\ Where; \they!; may.: bill that would raise congressional pay, $10,000 a of nut cups, napkin dance comedy; the jazz final routine number rendered was by a gave Cubmaster the introduction Frank Keller to scouting.then to be commended (for devoting so

1 The writer, May Craig, Washington correspondent year and provide increases for most other federal employees I holders, place mats and ash Patti Brown, patsy Ambrose, inducted the new Bobcats Into the much extra time and vitally. into

for tbt} Portland, Me, "Sunday Telegram", cited the need sailed t through the committee and was cleared fora bow trays' made by the Cubs showed fat cClurf and Marianne Go. Pack. Accompanied by their par. "The Story' the of research Scouting"inform.She
much time and\ effort went gathered: alt
for a genuine crusade, against self-indulgence, immorality vote possibly this week. into the preparations 'of, $ibis at wan. ents to receive their pins were: ation'on scouting since Its Incorporation .

p 'olic' ,q} private, less we witness the decline and fall Most of these self-styled, word-of-mouth. advocates of fair. The next 20 minutes were captured Bobby McDaniel, Steven Gin- and did such a skillful .
Burke Keithc-
grick Larry
of te) American Republic? tax cuts and economy apparently con themselves\ ex- T.be opening ceremony? with\ held by the under children the and magical they Cuber and Ralph Gonedndge creation of a lifelike! Akela.

She pointed out that death on the highways a packa from these the the pledge\ the> {lag, was \red\( by were be inverted A Scouting Exhibition will be
empt practices rules' as they would Cubmaster )frank! Keller with powers' a ]local, \ magician, These pins were to worn beta March\ 14th at the Cocoa
,day, cheating from top to bottom in our society, get interpret them, only apply! to John Q. Public and not to Pen 9 presenting the colors. The David Zeke. until the new Bobcats have Armory. Help support scouting
rich, breakup the family, faltering in foreign policy, federal employees.How !. invocation was delivered by Carl The real purpose! of this banquet performed their good deedAwards by attending this worthwhile dis-

reckless debt. etc t have, destroyed nations: before us. She ridiculous have our Representatives in Wash Boyd of the sponsoring insti- was to celebrate the 54th chairman Russell Pick. play of talents.
tution the First Presbyterian birthday of Scouting and the son presented the following The next pack meeting will be
asked why should we think we can take that path and ington become' ? This bill, if passed, would add $545 mil- Church, giving: thanks for; the "Story of Scouting was present. awards: held at the Little League ball

change history lion to a federal payroll now running over $14 billion a fellowship enjoyed by the scout. ed by the Cubs. A lifelike figureof David McDaniel, recruiter park and the theme for Marc! Is

Mrs. Craig charged that we "half-heartedly send year. This ''s inconsistency in its most brazen form, following ing family. Akcla, made to detail, was the badge; Timmy Hacker, silver "Mardi Gras". Another active

American( men to die in jungles, where we do not have the tax cut, Special guests were Carl] Boyd center of attraction for this arrow point on wolf; Randall month is in store for the Cubs
and Tom Walker and his family event. Garrett, silver arrow point on since they will be busy preparing
the guts to go in to win or to stay out. Lady, those These Congressmen knew when for office
ran ,
Tom is president of the Indian, Each Cub Scout took part by wolf; David Martin gold arrow booths, sideshows, acts and evena
are strong words, but admittedly, far too true. that the salary was $22,500; now they want to increase River City Little League. inserting a history-telling leather! point on wolf; Gary DeSerio, den parade. The public will lie> m

Q< the: tes -\>an treaties, she said "we sign test-ban that to $32,500.() an increase of almost\ 50 percent. Following the dinner, tbe pertaining to a year of scouting, ner stripe; Mark Mellan, assist vited.

treaties! with\ known. enemies. known defaulters on treaties :perhaps our congressmen feel they cannot afford to crowd was treated to some very Into the headdress of Akela. ant denner; Gregory Herman., Cubmaster Frank Keller wish.
talented performances by stu Starting with the year 1907 when denner stripe, William Holt assistant es to thank the Coca.Cola Bottling
Why should we put our defense in such an agreement work for their this sheds
salary. Maybe
present some
dents from the Earnest School of scouting, with its founder Lord denner. Co. for donating the soft drinks
? If' our defense experts not businessman Mc- light on the do-nothing reputation they have engendered. Dance. 'Pat McClure, with a toe Baden.Powell, with a mere 22 One year pins went to Mark for the banquet.

Namara (Secretary of Defense) say we need to test, If they don't like the work or the pay, we would remind dance, opened the entertainment; scouts had their first camping Miller Larry McGlone Mark The closing was carried out by

:Inn'l! ; let' us test\ without\ \ asking permission l of friend} or them, they, like anybody\ else, can always{ change jobs.This i a couple of charming scarecrowswere (rip. By the time the year 19C3 Smith and Jeffrey Gray, all of Den 9 under the leadership of
oe.i Beach and Paula was reached, Akala's headdress Den 9. Barbara Miller.commended .
i most. ; recent action( is not\ only; inflationary( on its

In the way of a solution to pur problems, Mrs. Craig, very face it is,.in the word, pf one of their own members -

'sums i it up thusly; "Fi st, every one of us has to clean out Rep. Gross (R-Iowa)., "unjustified, inequitable and Cub Scout Blue And Gold HeldCub I
weakness and selfishness and immorality of all types. extravagant."

Th en choose, <; leaders who with strength and principleand The Washington merry-go-round, it would appear,
Scout Packs 312 celebratedthe briefly on his experiences in then as they approached the for their contributionto
i intelligence' will lead us to where we can have sef-} has produced a bunch of dizzy-headed congressmen who
birthday of Scouting at their and the
scouting delighted crowd bridge, he divested them of their Cub Scouting. They are leavingour
refpect\ and respect of others are far more interested i in 'the money they receive than annual, Blue and' Gold Banquet with his rope tricks. Cub Scout neckerchiefs and led community and Cubmaster

By way of conclusion she poses the question\ : "Wouldwe are they in saying or. wisely spendmg\ our. taJ dollars. last l 'weefe Tbe banquet room at The main, event of the eveningwas them across the bridge to Gibson, speaking for the whole

elect such a man if he campaigned on such a plat.formr' ? Action\ stein\) speak\ far louder than words, Mr. Con- the Orlando Utilities Building the Packs,\ first Webelos their Pack bid them Godspeed
was beautifully decorated, all the graduation ceremony': 'The scene new Scoutmasters who dressed. Mrs. Raley's Den; performed
gressmen the voters will have a chance to speak too, tables adorned wish\ \blue and gold was set with Mrs Suter's Cubs them in their new Bay Scout' the Indian Ceremonial Dance depicting -
Madam, we do not claim to be smart enough to answer this year, and, t they might: \ Just relieve some of these con- streamers, 'along with' the place holding the signs depicting the neckerchiefs, and welcomed themto the Induction of Little

'that t question,; but we do know what the correct gressmen of their fcr-paid', positions? in the school mats, (avors, name cards and Cub Scout Trail: Bobcat, Wolf, their Troops. Bear into\ the tribe. Her boys

answer should and had<: better be, sooner rather than where Bobby Baker. {received his training\ centerpieces! made\ 'ty I the Cubs. Bear. Lion! ; and Webelos. Two re- Jay Campbell representing were dressed in Indian costume
Father Ferguson, from the pert Bo cats, Greg Suvino; and Troop 320, welcomed Thomas and danced around a Totem role.
later.If\ sponsoring St Gabriel Episcopal Joe Blaukcnship, stood( \ on the Cbaddo9k and, Clarence Wunder; The\ 'pew inductees( were Mark
.10. we all possessed the fortitude to speak out, as you Look Who's IIolering]| Church, gave the blessing, after Cub side''of the rustic bridge Scoutmaster of Troop 340 welcomed Ahrens, Albert Bender, Mike

have courageously\ done and stick by our: honest which a bounteous meal was enjoyed while Den Chief Sharman' Stur Richard Cato and Douglas Dillon McNab, Keith Frisbee Mike\

convictions, regardless of who's political toes we stepped Russia I is, now hurling accusations, of "improper be- Tables were cleared{ for chio stood at the Scout side. Mr. The boys received a grad Lemons, and Tommy Marcinko.
the program which followed. Suter. in the absence of Mr. uation certificate from the Cub- After the dance, Mr. Raley pre
on. this platform might not prove as unpopular as one.,: \havior"! \ against the United States for granting political
) : Cubmaster Gibson opened the Fisher, the Webelos leader led master for their fine performancein sented the new boys with their
mght| \ think: asylum \to Soviet secret police defector YurJ\ J. Ifosenko.{ program with a salute to the flag the candidates for graduation up Cub Scouting Bobcat Pins and welcomed the

__ The average citizen, we venture to say, is Just[ \ about>\?. Now that i is. gall\ in the purest sense. Scout Executive'' James 'Patton the trail. Cubmaster Gibson met Mr John Haley, awards chair new parents to the Pack.

up with our 'heads you win tails we \Coast' foreign Nosenko's disappearance from the Soviet disarma- was introduced( Assistant District them and explained their way man, and :Mrs Wanda Raley, The following awards were presented
: with the financial has ment 4 veiled with Commissioner Larry Ewen spore through the trail of Cub Scouting, Den Mother for Den Six, were by Mrs. Raley: Richard
r .fet c along mmorahty' which\! delegation\ in geneva on February was
storm. until the t State announced he is Geisler, Bear Badge; Mike Lan-
: etl jhe\ country by mystery Pepartment: now
Talk Ey Christian Science Lecturer aris, Wolf Badge and Gold Arrow -
: W(ere, a poll taken today, madam columnist, we wager: in. the United States. Dana Rutherford, Bear

;a \majority wo':11ca: :\ \" Will\ the sentiments: \ you;' fo The 36-year,, 'old 'I'a' ,f{ officer; of, the Soviet secret police Badge, Nell Mullms, Lion Badge

:abA expressed! But! we are all so involved'; in the complenties : is being granted. )his, request for asylum by the State and Gold Arrow, also 2 year pin;

of our competitive way of life, and, as yqu p lf\t-\ Department despite the Russian protests.It Cites Undiscovered Ability"Undiscovered Ricky Bear; Steve Harrison Ruckcr.Gold Bear Arrow Badge and

:ed out,. so concerned with selfish .interests that we' bate is hard to conceiye that the Reds would have the .. and Gold Arrow: Joe McCormick\ ,

:coPVff\\)enUy forgotten the hardships borne at\ Valley audacity to hurl charges: \ at anyone after the tactics they Wolf Badge, Gold and Silver Arrows

:Fofg and countless other places on the globe Since, that have employed for years. It was expected that they abilities" lie he seeth the Father do: for what he said, a way of prayer. .
deep in every individual, a Christ. things soever he doeth these also This prayer brings "the spirit Tucker, Lion Radge An-
!mjde our way of life possible to enjoy. would put up a big how} as this supposedly couldn't hap Terry ;
Ian Science lecturer said here doctfo. the Son likewise' (John ual intuitions which provide the thony Aker, Silver Arrow for
T We have complacently accepted our heritage, un- pen in Russia but it did. Thursday.lie 3:19)). answers to every conceivable human Wolf; Gary Raley Silver Arrow

Imindful of its price and true value. May we not have to That this might i set an example for others "unhappy"with describes these abilities as This profound l statement, com- need. for Wolf; Steve Futch, 3 Silver

learn the hard way that liberty and justice is far more the Communist way of life is, no doubt, of major basically spiritual, requiring mented the lecturer, "reveals the "We don't necessarily have for Wolf Bear Badge and Gold
concern to Khrushchev and and will prayer and reliance on God" before rule underlying Jesus' abilities- fewer problems," he added, "butwe
;precious than all of our earthly possessions yea, even company bring about Arrow; Dan Gibson, Silver Arrow -
they can be used. To the have the God given capacities
complete reliance on God .to
a tightening of restrictions all down the line. for Lion; Gary Suter. Silver
the silver and .
!all J gold.Lel's man humble enough to develop meet situation in Gods to solve them More\ importantwe
every Arrow for Lion Mike Marr, Lion
Let the Russians snort and and learn what it's ;
rave such abilities, he said, all thingsare have the light of spiritual
way Badge, Gold and Silver Arrows,
like to be the end for in the cold possible to live by."
on receiving change understanding
a "
"This is the Christ
way, he Silver for Bear, Silver for Wolf.
I Be Realistic war they may have to get used to that end yet! William Henry Alton was the said "And this is what we can The result is that "one finds Tom Chaddock: Webelos

speaker, under sponsorship of and must do. spiritual capacities appearing in Badge, Ricky Cato, Webelos
: j: The' cost of living is at an all-time, high, and spiraling Out tbe Titusville Society "We must come to know our his human experience in ways Badge; Peter Geisler, Lion
"Featherbedding" "
lever upward Isn't it high time to take a realistic look Greater demands are being Father as the one intelligence or that are tangible. Badge; Randy Aker, 2 year pin;
made upon all of us, Mr\ Alton Mind directing and controllingHis "The Bible gives many con Denner Stripes went to John
at.our economy? This is imperative if for no other teaIsoh At long last the railroad "featherbedding" of "
requiring noted. own creation His sons, to the crete examples he noted citing Brandenburg and Anthony Aker;
than to curb wholesale bankruptcy of the average firemen on diesel. engines, seems to be getting proper "Tn? restrictions of time and fulfillment of His perfect plan." Moses\ and the Apostle Paul Assistant Denner Stripes, Ricky

: American family, in the not-too-distant future. court attention. space are disappearing" not only We must understand "the nat among others Geisler, Mike Kesson, and Greg

: : Just recently in Miami, AFL-CIO president George In a ruling handed down recently, the U. S. Courtof through the use inventions) but ure of God as infinite Spirit s 1 "Paul summarized it simplybut Suvino

:Mjany commented that labor's demands: for higher wages Appeals upheld the right of the railroads to eliminate because "people are increasingthei tender Love, and as divine Principle profoundly in just ten worcs!; : Pete Geisler Randy Aker and
economic capacities and abilities in the source of all being and 'I can do( all things through !Mike\ Marr were presented with
"are not going to be stymied by guidelines" laid\ nearly 30,000 firemen's jobs by attrition also the rightto "
; every aspect of human experience doing. Christ which strengtheneth me' their Boy Scout Handbooks and
down by the Johnson administration For your informa- review the status of some. 19,000 brakemen's and train- ." "We were never meant to do (Phil. 4:13): ). graduated into the Webelos Don

:tion, Mr:Meany, these are lifelines not guidelines men's Jobs. \cpqrjfnirj: f anything as of ourselves," Mr\ Alton We must all learn to practice There were many family
I for the American way of life. These are all indications of the declared "It's the power this "total reliance," said the friends and relatives present as
The railroads have had a long, hard fight on this issue "breaking down of the mental
from divine Mind that really lecturer. God "is directing each guests Guests of the Pack were
I We not to reasonable demands for liv-
are a
opposed though the of fireman eliminated with barriers which have so long
'job actually was
does everything one of us to the fulfillment of our !\Mr and Mrs. James Patton and
: ing wage, if anyone can define such, on the part of or- the switch to diesel powered engines.It bound mankind," he said. But "Our first step Is to know Him, divine purpose." As we learn to daughter, Mr. Laurence Ewen,

: gzmized labor or individuals but continuous wage increases would appear the railroad and the union would they are only a hint of the deeper t to( seek that state of consciousness obey His plan, we find the "use. Rev and Mrs. W. S. Fergusonand

: just add to the cost of living, as these must be both benefit from down-to-earth conferenceand "spiritual capacities" whichare wherein God is supreme, and all fulness and spiritual capacities"which children, Jay Campbell and
a practical inherent in each individualas .
each Mr and Mrs\ Clarence Wunder
Is under His control being uniquely to
absorbed in the of goods produced.
price of and the offspring of God
: review present day problems practices con- It's a 'regenerating process," Individual. and sons, David and Robert
; In Pittsburg, Pa., under a new steel contract, steel -- -
fronting the Industry and its employees We see no logicin The extent to which we develop
: mill workers with seniority rank are being granted 13- their not working this out together for their mutual these talents determines 'how

: weeks paid vacation. These $200-a-week: men will each benefit OH well we fulfill our divine purpose
| :
r: : draw $2,COO while not even working this, of course, As an industry yital to our way-of-hfe as well t as our here on earth and become" masters SAVEWhere
of our destiny, Mr. Alton
.: : is'added proportionately to the cost of every item made
national defense, the railroad and the union both owe told the audience, Ja
: ofjor(: containing steel. We are not questioning the pay an obligation to' the public to iron apt' their differencesand "Of prime importance," he

: scale for steel mill workers and it is certainly notlay ,supply uninterrupted service to the best of their said "Is to grasp more fully t -

: l merely the soundness of an unreasonable vacation Jesus' statement 'The Son can /1
( : ability.; It is hoped this can be accomplished in future Dollar
do( nothing of himself but what .
f ;: with pay. conferences. i

.. Others favor a shorter work week with an equal or Harder
Works .
: greater take-home pay. This, they claim, will provide teller To
Titu ile! (florid' ) Stac t -Adyocate
additional jobs overlooking the increased production \ h and Grows Bigger!

t : cost t 'to producer and the ultimate increase in the end product a !

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Smith Bowls Perfect Game

wrflflhl&kM Eau Gallie Kegler Shook 300 Monday; March ", W4 Tltvvlll" (*M.rMa) star :' A;.vo ;i; - '.g..s I

In Tourney Finals At Gateway

Excitement mounted and win. a prize fund estimated at near : I

/ sr pen were selected, as Jerry $4,000.
South, a young 20-year-old ke,. Following are the tournament

Eighth Grade ler from Eau Gallic fired Bre results: All events scratch: ft
team losing recently put us to
thinking and checking back through some records. yard County't first official per Crow, 1859; N. Morrison, .1812;
As far Sect game of the season duringthe P Barrot, 1800; R. Miner 1788;
as won-loss record there has
never been a team .
finals competition of the P T Flowers, 1726 B. Maier, 1723
in this area with one as good, in the same length of time. ;
yard County Bowling Assoc.iatiQn' All events handicap: Z. Ricer I Iaway
Oklahoma University can in football THS Tracksters Win In
compare percent Upset
however second Annual Bowling 1953; 11. Moss, 1931; P. Bridges
ages, when it comes to including track and basket .
ball Tournament at Gateway Lanes 1913; S. Herndon, 1907; S Hur
Parkway would have the
edge. Saturday. sey, 1900; W. Byrd, 1881; S.
The loss was the first for Parkway Junior High's Eighth Smith, a sanctioned ABC bowler Lancgle: 1877; J. Butler, 1871; Titusvllle's High(;: School track and Nelson, with distances of ), Time 2117. (T), Dixon iSi) and Loveless (T'I}<(

Grade team in two years in all sports football, basketballand out of Bowl Mar Lanes in Eau J. Frey, 1871; W. Austin, 1866; team upset a favored. Seabreeze 49' 8" and 136' 2". respectively 220 yard dash Baln (T). N'lc- tied for third. Height S1 11",

track. Gallic, fired his 300 game in the R Gwilhan 1862; P. Adsit, 1856; team here Friday. 82'...36'a' and 120 yard high hurdles Loveless malT). Long (T). Time: 250 Broad Jump Ream (Ti), Wells';.

During their Seventh Grade reign as county champions, second of a 749 series, barked C Kazee, 1852; Vescio, 1860; W, won their third consecutive meetof (TI). Quinn ((5)). Wicnand (T). !Mile Relay Titusville (Killip (T), Killip (ITI.) Distance 19' 8''J

they won six football games, had a 10-0 record in basketball with two other games of 2C8 and Reed, 1845. the season Time: 1685. Ream, Smith, Roberts). Time: Shot put Gibson (IS> NelionJ
and won all track The Terriers cinched 12 of 15 100 yard dash Wells (S), Archer '
meets."I -
183. Team scratch: Satellite Lanes, 3507: (S), Dean (S), Distance 49' 3",
have never seen a team with so many good athletes. An employer of Crown Bowlers 2973 possible first places and won (S), Hadaway (T). Time: 10.5. Pole Vault Wynn, 10' 6", Discus Nelson (S), Deen (S)/.

This is the comment of athletic director Ken Gaslm, and Supply, Smith was using a Brunswick Team handicap champions: first second and third places In Mile run Roberts ((2'), HansenS High jump Bain (T), Edwards Harrison (S). Distance 136' 2"
other coaches who have had the privilege of giving instruction ball he drilled for his own ADCO Concrete, 3110; Cocoa Mutual three events, ( ), Oglcsby (T). Time' : 4:41.9:

to the lads, who seemingly do not need it. use. 3084; Bowl Mor 3059; Gate Coach God( A in s forces lost only 880 yard relay Titusville. I .... ---r ... ,
As John Hall said during football season this year, "I According to reliable sources, way Lanes, 3053; Satellite Lanes. one track event -- the 100 yard (Toney Wienand, Wynn, Had- I + '. ''''f'p ;::01'

was not a coach instead, I was a traffic cop." Smith will win somewhere( in the 3045; Four !Marks\ 3036; TitusvilleTile dash to Wells of Seabiccze with a away). Time: 1:38.1.: 1l

"What can you teach a boy, when he puts a football neighborhood of three thousand and Terrazzo, 3033; First time of 105. and also the shot 440 yard run Cooper (D.) Kit-

under his arm, darts through the middle, breaks for the side dollars from various firms! including National Pink 3027; Younger put and discus won by Gibson kp (T). Dunlop, ((8)). Time: 545 I

lines turns on the speed and makes a touchdown on an average : a $500 bond from the Construction 3016; Mitchells TV 180 low hurdles Wynn (T), I rr s 1It
of every four carries" asked Hall. County Bowling> Proprietors As- 3007; Cutter Drugs, 3004; Ram- Wicnaml, (T), tied for first place

This) defeat of the Pirates may just be the beginning. sociation, ons !Mobile\ Homes, 3003; Nova s loveless (TI.> Time: 222 I

"Next year should really test their strength," Gaslin Bob Miner, county BPA president Cabinet Shop, 3002; New Smyrna 880 yard run Ream (T), Smith
said. laid, "We had a terrific Lanes, 2989; Continental Lounge, Hodge (TI.> Time: 2:139. ,

"Generally most schools can get together five good tournament and Smith's 300 2987 s, Sprint Medley TUusvllle

boys to start a basketball team, but .they .can't always find game rolled Saturday" night wasa Scratch doubles: Davis and (Toney, Wynn, Cooper Had- !
perfect clincher. Wallmgsford, 1275.
ten who are evenly matched as is the case with Parkway. U
ADCO Concrete team from Sat Handicap scratch doubles' Ay +1..
they can get past the ninth grade season with losses
no ellite Lanes In Satellite Beach, Davis and Wallmgford 1314; Bowling News
they're going to be tough in high school.
won the team champions title witha Olam and Rogers, 1309; Petersonand
"Like I said, most schools can get together five boys, (M
score of 3110 while Satellite's lliirscy, 1308; Davis and( 1
but not ten.
,Falstaff traveling team won firstin Wkkell 1302, Waterfield and Lady Keglers
Junior High teams in Brevard all play the two team" the team scratch events. Gwilhan 1301; Simmons and

system. Smith won first place with a Crow 1284; Pasley and Shepherd, High individual game' Vera (
One thing that could make a difference next year, will high game of 300 and also high 1272; Austin and Carson, 1255; Wilson. 180; Clcarine Gleason, 1
be the Absence of Harvin Clark. series of 749 Smith and Frazier 1254; Wells 179 ,
This boy is not the ordinary Junior School )JLfih: Individual series: Connie
type High Pete Bridges of Titimille and Flowers, 1253; Koomjianand
kid who lets his fine athletic ability go to his head. Instead, placed third 11all evenly; Bob Coleman 1237; Sumlm and I Arnold 497; Vera Wilson, 499. .

he's always talking about how the other fellows seem to do Miner Titusville fourth in all McCtirry! 1237. High: team game: Burger King, :

the impossible. events scratch; Steve Langgle Scratch singles: B Short, 630 722;

Talking casually with Harvin last week, he didn't wantto eighth place all events; Gateway Scratch handicap singles: R High team, stoics: Burger

:say anything about his team getting beat. Lanes, fourth in team events; McCowan. 695; R Rlzer 670; L King 2037.Mlendle.. Unit In. =

Every time I would the subject, he would get Titusville Tile and Terazzo sew Folsom 670; J. Adsit 669: S. Miaffcru Plaia hardware G9 1)7) TAKES DIG SWING A Titusville Terrier baseball

off on another track as if noting was ever mentioned. enth; First National Bank eighth Hursey, 665; B Short 663; E I5arrtnltoa.Burger\ Klnc,'Ip"o as 68 a"JWmttrn player is shown taking a big awing during action here

Anyway, Harvin is leaving Parkway and Titusville, Shepherd and Pasley placed In Rogers 660; L. Hedrick, 659; D. .. Auto B.Hi 4i'Richard's '", Saturday against Melbourne The Terriers won the game

moving:; to New Smyrna the doubles competition. Thompson. 659; S. lIerndon, 657: Chrrryilpn! Aircraft&lnbll" Homoi ftivt IIJ.I. : '. 1-0, their first win of the season, backed with 2 losses to

"If I have to move." he always said, "I wanted to get out The bowlers were rolling for N Morrison 654; B. Gunn. 653 Pin Mcrrllli 1 (ices. Aot, 'lom Uervl.ni 44(1 4B Ml Melbourne and Satellite -S-A( Photo).

of this county, because if I lived in Brevard. we would haveto Keel 1 liiHurniKe. M. M
play the Pirates and I hate admit .ij._ : l'unn r5r4. 4014 5104'
to defeat. That team I ruttrri Hlom Ino 4H HJririt
can beat the socks off any junior high team in Florida Parkway Eighth Graders Clinch Maikoi National Lounge Hunk 40 110 M HO

As stated before, Hamn could be the Jim Thorpe of WINS MILE Maury Roberts, UtlK-ni Hank a2'4 63Vi' '
Parkway.He Titusville'i Ace miler, turned ina 1

stands a sturdy 510", weighs about 155, runs the 50 Title: Seventh Graders Runner-Up 41,9: during the duel match Handicap League

yard dash around 6 seconds and hauls in rebounds and playson with Seabreeze Friday at TITS to

the Eighth grade "A" team in basketball. Parkway's Eighth grade team score at half time, 155. They win the mile run.-(S-A Photo). High individual game: Art FIr. ONE STOP11 CAR SERVICE
There's no one in the county who can out-run him in won both scheduled games during trailed by two points) going into lion 224; Jim Stilloon./ 112

track, consequently, he has little trouble scoring touchdownsin the past weekend and clinched the fourth chapter. High Individual aeries: Jim Worlds Ffrj* t f fret Cditipf ; Q4t
football. As a result in the past season, he scored 72 pointsin the county Junior High Tournament Leading the scoring for Park Winners ListedIn Stillson/ {82, 0. K. Thackrey,
six games. while Seventh graderswon way was Preston Grimm with 9; S73. Service Toff Quality Auto Supplfes?

Stop and figure for a minute. runner-up position and the Kahn, 6; Roberts, 6; Thompson, High team game: Gateway

Parkway played six games. Ninth grade failed to place. 2; Ream 2, Evans 1. Leading: Ladies' March Lanes, 862.

Using their two-unit system, each team will: play two Ending with a season record) of bounder was Kahn. High team series: Kathy'i "BIG 4" SERVICE OFFER

quarters of one game. 91, the Eighth graders beat Coach Gaslm's squad had three Mrs Leonard Pitzrlck. and Steak House, 1362.
Edgewood and Southwest Friday players to foul out in the retiring SpUta converted: George Marshall *
Calculating his playing two quarters of each game, we !Mrs Carl Ihrclkeld combined 1. Align Front Wheels
and Saturday and won the title minutes and another ejected dur 97Nlmullnir. .
find he saw action in 12 quarters, and had an unbelievable? their scores to equal a 79 and) wona
average of 6 points per quarter. Friday night. Parkway beat ing the second period as the result mystery partner event held by "'nn I.,,< 2. Balance Front.. Wheels
Somewhat An of Edgewood, 34.22, and won over of unnecessary roughness, the Women'i Golf Association at T A O Music IT T
astounding. average .polnts per ririt N.tlonal Hank HI IVlrnt
evening, 30- .
Southwest Saturday against Southwest Saturday night
Whimpering Hills Country Club Morl(>|,, Corp 1H I Brakes
game.As 18. Losing by a close margin of 3149. 5p.'nlM 16 a 3. Adjust
stated before the Eighth grade will not have Clark.. and Keith recently Duffy Hmtaurant 1.1 II
Harvin Clark Scraggsled Parkway trailed the entire
Will this have effect on the players? : Winning the A Flight was Mrs K.thv. HK-.k Haul 13 11
any the Eighth graders against game Kay Nelion Iniurano U: 11 4. Repack Front .1
It probably will have some. with 7 followedby John Olewskl and Mn Joe Ad- John'. l..nJn<'M>ln, U: 12
Edgewood points Scoring for Parkway: Roberts, Builw"|pM-r 10 14
However, in basketball Richard Wisby takes charge of amietz, in B Flight Wheel Bearings
McAshan with 4; Kyle 4; IS Grimm 10 Kahn, 6 Cooper Oalrway IjinM 'IS ;.
the court, and in football, it has been ,between Pete Evans ; ; ; The pairings for the Kln man- Graham Maionry T IT /
Wisby, 3; Noble, 1; Loud, 2: and
and Clark. //I; peVicse, 6; Thompson, 2; Carpenter match play handicap
Stone 2 Edwards, 2 and Twitty
; ; Ream 3.Softball.
Undoubtedly, they will miss Harvin. So will we. 2. Leading rebounder was tournament are: Koffoo League All 4 95

Noticed a news release out of Daytona International Scraggs and Clark. Parkway's First flight: !Mrs M Williams $9

Speedway this week that is real amusing.. Seventh with a record of 8,2, beat League v,. Mri. Cecil Knight, Mrs. C. High individual game: Thelma Services Any Amtrlcin Car
"Those wildest of all riders, the nvieeswill( stage their Southwest 27 12 and Edgewood 27- Crawford vs Mra. Art Wortham; Lake, 282; Lori Cardinal, 237. Part .d(,., II
own version of 'The Charge of the Light Brigade' in their 76- 23 after trailing 8-10 at halftime Mri C R McCotter VI. Mrs. H.II High individual aeries: Thelma raided
mile race during the 27th annual American Motorcycle Scoring: for Parkway against Coleman and Miss Sue Thom Lake, 612; Rosemary Welch, 978
Meeting as vs Bye Mrs. L. Pitsrlck vi.Mr High team game: Stccl'i Tavern
Association Classics at the Daytona International Speedway, Edgewood was McMasten, 7; ;
scheduled for March 9.15" Pjckcro, 5; Zimmerman, 4; Cotty *. Edward Poe, Mrs. B. Math- 1682.

According to Daytona officials, approximately 158 nov 3; Hawk 2; Ratliff, 2,' Stevens Titusvillc's City Recreation Department envy, vi. Mrs R Schneider, Missy Splits converted: II Carlson, L. BATTERIES $
ices will be entering the race. 2; Port, 2, would like to meet with Hiss Bell vi. Mrs. J. Olewsk! and Cardinal, S. McCarville, 3,10; E. 795

Now, this will be a good one. Parkway led 75 at the end of all managers, sponsors and Mrs. June Ryan vi. Bye. Holmes, M, Duncan, B Mailer, Dependable 'famous make long
coaches who plan to enter a teamin
Talk about smash ups and crashes in the Daytona 500 the first quarter trailed 810 the North Brevard Softball 5.7; E. Amman, 378II life Arc batteries. ng*
this will take the cake. after two and led 16.13 after three Cocoa AdvancesTo
League, Wednesday evening, according Mtandl.e. w'a. ......
Imagine a bunch of inexperienced drivers on the big quarters. to Jack Miller AA A K' Khlrl I.eit.ring. II l 41Ju.tlct
city recreation TourneyCocoa '
HomM oval. Should be a blast'! Tbe Seventh graders had a director. Mlp.'. Motel ftB 31Hl : MUFFLERS
comfortable 12-1 lead over Southwest .i>la Tavern KT 3K $598li&h
trounce Gainci-
The meeting will be held in the 'Jrgcri: I'ondi Wf.(.rn Auto &7 :JCKlrat } quality, famous
at the end of the first period office located villc 67.54 to advance to the Claw Mort(>i. M'" 1Ifim '"
Edwards Hurls Two-Hit Shutout and 18-4 at halftime. recreation department AA state basketball tournamentin Mautbrrn. Room MS 3SVi :make mufflers. ,
upstairs above the fire de Mater Llcanan W* 41044leorg. '
Scoring was Pickern with 8; at 7:30 Gainesville Uiii week-end. llarlxy 4T/t' 44V
Poll.IcMa.ters\ 4 Feagan partment headquarters : T n Muilo 4S'4 41%
; The Tigers earlier whipped Adair n..utyshop/ 4J 4'
As Terriers Edge Melbourne 1 1-0 2; Zimmerman, 2; Everhart, 1. p.m.Bobby Palm Beach to get into the region Fat llayi 41 H
Leading rebounders were Poff Dunn Is president of the finals J, K, Bran Clun..A. .oo. BII MS as5)sye Mllrlton o Buy the lit Tin at our established list prict.git the

Tommy Edwards hurled a two 1-0 in a real I thriller;, and verbart.Gaslm's Ninth graders North Brevard League Seabreeze Sand Crabs topped Atlantic Pontla Plumbing 82 II''"/ Hi 6U4t Second Tire 1/a OFF
hit shutout at the Melbourne Bull- It was the Terrier's first win Coach Ken Apopka 61.S3 to advance to( the 1'ltk.rhl.y A flow
dogs here Saturday afternoon as of tile season, after -dropping dosed their season also over NB Horseman's ClubThe state finals In Clan A. Mcrvlra Plumbing Hta. 7 II'* 11Joyca 'v, Firestorm

Coach Morrell Bailey's Terriers 9,0 tilt t to Cocoa and one to Satellite. the weekend, dropping; tilts to Safety Champion Nylons
Southwest and Edgewood. North Brevard Horseman'sClub I
edged the South Brevard team hNN.. 11a.1."M LNNN MhINr.5
The At Titusville High School Friday will meet tonight, March 9, tin Luna.w 4.tre. dTU.1ois .
run In the
night the Freshmen squad at 8,00 p.m. at the Mims Fire
bottom of the fourtlj_w/vvi Ed. lost to Edgewood, 3430. At the Department ', 1.51-14 $21.10 10.90 $2530 $12.65
Two In A Row wards came home from third on [00-141
a sacrifice fly by Tim Barrow- ,end at tile first period, Edgewoodled All members are urged to attend 1 1.1015 24.95 12.47 2..45 14.22i.5014
this business meeting.
man. 8-1 and Parkway then tied

For THS Nell The Terriers 1.801! 21.35 13.11 30.05 15.42
ers rejected only MI ..,... ,.lu( tar. ,.M tr.a._...
three hits and each team was '

Coach Frank Tomdale'i Titus- guilty of an error. :;;; IT'S HERE! THE ALL-NEW

ville High School tennis team won Melbourne 000 000 0-0 2 1Titusville 1M.: UlIfODIS 1064 HillMAN MINX 1)fD) \ 109 HOPKINS

their second straight tennis meetof 000 100 x-1 I 1 : o W rJ.\\JlromlID: Corner Oring
the season here Friday over Reeves and Callahan; Edwards -"'''' ..fIJ THE ONLY CAR IN THE WORLD '267-4150

Melbourne, S,2. and Melvin. THAT GIVES YOU ALL THIS... ,*.
Boyd WessInger picked up an ApplUncei
Chip Slur- J / Disc MAKES d UNITAKV CONSTMUCTION a powtftrtil. -Y/ .. Sporting Goods
10 Kunert
win from ; Outdoor Bar-B-Que "1SOO" eNOINl d 4-OOOft ROOM U *>AtUN i* COMrosT -
chio won 8-1 over Lynch; James Good Fishing At HEW sirvuNQ THKOUOHOUT MO o"cU fiT- TITUIWtE'S OUTSTANOJII i LawnaGarden
Mathison, &5 over Gogan; and J CAM SERVICE UTE I CiiAee or ;
Shaw in the PUs Patios } .' aiii.
Poole, 8-5 over smiles BUCK'SFISH PLUS AMERICAN
James Dfeterle'lost
competition. '
28 to Magruder Brick Stone Block
Wessinger and Sturchio won FOR UNDER $2000 EQUIPPED!
over Magruder and Kunert >,T CAMP FREE ESTIMATES WE'LL PLAN FOR YOUI! 1 II

while Walding and Thompson lost J INSIDE FIREPLACES A SPECIALTY | Oil, A CMAMI ACCOUNT_
to Gogan and Lynch itTitusville's 6 Miles W. of Minis HOLLAND MOTORS

next match will beheld Sods and: motors nick' stacks I LOW PRICES EASY TERMS

Thursday afternoon on the and soft drink" I VERGER CONSTRUCTIONAM ______ 13M Hcpklns THwiTllU 217-6404 _______ TOP QUALITYParkway's
local courts against Florida Mil ALL KINDS Of JJVS JAJ7I 7-5728 j OVERSEAS DELIVERY ARRANGED-
Jtary AcademY ;


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,.,. I TMutvllU (Florida) Star Advocate Monday March t, ,iw TJ.. Mms? Area Happening William H. Burr Attorney Law Office Morse ,"s"

Brevard Will Y. W. King, Former Permits Slaw Dies ServicesSet Attorney Howard L Mayei, Jr.,

Winter Resident, Celebrates No. 85By ; with office formerly at 108 Julia,

Dies In MarylandYost has opened his law office In the
Present Road In County lRl For Wed.William First Federal Branch Office m
William King, 70 a for Mrs Gladys McLtndonAM Indian River Plaza, Indian River

mer winter resident in this area 7.1248 l e City
: Hanley Burr, ace 73,
Fund Request for many years. died March 2 at Last WeekResidential William Adkins, whose birthdaywas died i
Burr Inn,
of Casa
Garrett Memorial 1I0i'I'ltal owner
County March 6th, was 85 years old, Tides
Brevard county commission ), Oakland), Maryland building permit! but celebrated on Saturday evening today following a short Illness.. Low I
delegation will journey to De- A native of Lexington, Va., business was off a little the past with family and friends Mr. Born in the state of New Jersey High
Land on Tuesday: along with the Mr. King owned and operated week and commercial construction Adkins makes his home with his on August 27, 1890, Burr Tuesday, March 10

commissioners from the 11 other King's Tavern in Cumberland, was even slower as far as daughter and son-In-law, Gladys came here 18 years ago from 6:01: a.in. am. I

District Five counties to pre' Md., prior to his retirement in the county Zoning Office was and Cyril McLendon Besides the F Fa1w Newport News, Virginia H* 8:09: p.m. 12:11: pm. I
sent their case for the second 1943funeral. concirncd three grandchildren, Janice and was a veteran of World War I. Wednesday, March 11
his wife, 8:46: a.m. 12:25: a.m.
roud budget services were held in Mike McLendon and Bill Tru lie Is survived by
firy The weik's total hit $484,743,
Cumberland, March 5, with in of which $400,253 went for 23 deauhe has one great grandchild Mrs. Edna Burr, of the Indian 6:58: p.m. 12:55 p.m. I
District live Road Board ferment in llillerest Burial I'ark. Suzanne Trudeau, all pictured River City area
homes permits. One commercial Too Late To Classify
new ,
Member A Max Brewer anr.ounced Issued in above. Others sharing cake and Funeral services will be held i

the hearings! and time the amount permit of $$28,000 was the bal ice cream, punch and coffee Wednesday, March 11, at 10 a.m. LOST ? . .' '
schedule for the and Mr and Mrs. Douglas Mc. ,
meetings WILSONContinued were, Church
+ at St Gabriel's Episcopal FEMALE BOXER 4 months old.
explained that it is road board ante of $56,490 was represented London and children, Marilynand a1w with Fatter Ferguson official Sunday, answers to Missie\ Fawn ,
by miscellaneous alterations, re Elaine, Mrs. J. W. Erwin, ;
practice to hear the recommen Interment will be In the with white paws. Reward 2G7-
( From 1)) In,
Page .
datiotis of the various county pairs, additions and similar per Mrs Bill Trudeau, Mrs O A l 4as. .3345.
commission delegates before the fidcntial investigators mitsFebruary's. Holler. and Mr. and Mrs J. IIMcLendon family (plot at Brevard Memorial FEMALE' HEt"p"wANTEDUOUbrKlrfbR .. ti
filial budget is adopted. In 1957: he was appointed Cliiif total was $2,952; I s Park Cemetery with Smith : ;,: and baby sitter,
The secondary road budget Is of Melbourne Beach I'tlice!! and 372 while January had a $4,327; oral Home in charge of arrange wanted Immediately. Phone AM\

was serving in this capacity when 488.50 record. Mrs Albert Kuhl of Baltimont mints 72M. ; .
derived from the fifth, sixth and t ____ u_ -------
elected sheriff of 15 re'vard In February, 127 new single Maryland Is visiting her Mother
seventh cents of the state gaso County. family. residences produced $1,. Mrs Addie Devil and brother ,

line tax. Looking to (lie future, Wilson Is (187; .SH7 of the month's total per and sister.In.law Mr. and Mr*. Celebrates Birthday With Grandchildren
hearings now investigating the possibility nuts, 13 commercial permits Hlgdon Bcvil tHigdon Skillet
secondary road Improve.
of placing: all criminal records! tucked another $606,090 to the -
menu to be programmed for the and identification data on IBM total a pair of multiple famly Bevil entered Holiday Ten New Firms Are CharteredTen
fiscal year beginning July 1, punch card systems, as Is done In units accounted for $227,600 and Hospital, In Orlando, last Thursday
1964, and ending( June 30, 1965. many major police networks 11 additions to commercial build On Friday he had eye stir,; I
Brevard County firms reeeived both of Titusville I
Following the district hearings "With all of the improvementsand ings chalked up another $209,150 fiery for the removal of a catarj wet! corporation charters dur Cherrydon Mobile ]Tomes Inc.. I
act Mr. Bevil Is doing real
the State Road Board will new systems Initiated, the towards the total. '
Room ing the past week from Secretary 900 North Washington,
but is still in the Hospital,
total cost of operation of the North Brevard part of the
adopt a tentative statewide of State Tom Adams' office. villc, authorized stock 100 sharesof SPECIAL FOR TUES.
budget at a meeting on April Sheriffs department Is only 3 week's activity was all residential 103. j, Four of the ten were from common of no par value, filed
16, a public hearing on this ten cents out of every tax dollar, in mobile home
North Brevard They were: Feb. 28, dealing :
tative budget will be held in which is the lowest rate in the. W. C. Alexander, Box 314, TI- School Survey"Underway sales Incorporators are C.J. VEALCUTLET

Tallahassee on May 23 and final history of Brevard County sheriffs tuaville, was Issued a $11,500and Coastal Mobile Homes, Inc., Cherry, Lucille N. Cherry, R.

approval of the new fiscal oper department the sheriff a $13,700 permit for two Box 1768, Titusville, authorized C Cherry and Brenda G Cher
sting budget will be given at commented. homes in Shady Oaks No 4 subdivision NowA << stock 50 shares of common of no ry, all of Titusville.
the Road Board meeting on "These are statements of facts, par value, filed Feb. 26, dealingin
not promises," he continued. "I of Br' Mutual Securities Inc., Box
June 23This Silas Champ, Titusville, was complete survey mobile homes. Incorporators
am now seeking election that I school transportation 668, Titusville, authorized stock
issued a permit for $12,500 fora vard public are Gerald L. Miller of Pig- French Fries Cole Slaw,
budget also! carries primary may continue to give the peopleof under today 100 shares of at $100
home William Everman, 2021 system got way eon, Michigan John W Scruggs common Buttered Roll
road projects that are Brevard County the most cffi" LaGrange Lane, Titusville, will by representatives of the Jr and Virginia W. Scruggs per share, filed March 3, deal
financed by the first four cents dent law enforcement possible. build in Rosedale Manor State Road Department, State ing in real and personal prop

of the state gasoline tax. Fred Siegmund, 111 Anna Dr., Department of Education and erty. Incorporators are II T.

Brewer will hear recommendations MULDREW Titusville, received a $13,200 Florida Highway Patrol Slate Mails Williams, A. Max Brewer and c

from the Brevard County permit for a residence in Indian The survey is being made to John C. Flake, all of Titusville 8 O

delegation in DC Land at 3:30, River Plantation Estates No 4 determine if changes are needed C J Cherry and Son, Inc.
(Continued from Page 1)) John Beach Box 727, Titusville, in bus stops or travel routes Race Checks 900 North Washington, Titus

A Fair Swap; Three ed, made a very fine network of will build for him with a primary objective being ville, authorized stock 100 shares

roads for the previously: unoccupied safety of children in relation to of common of no par value, filed _
Bicycles For Jeep State Comptroller Ray E.
south end( of the county. transportation regulations Feb. 28, dealing in owing and

Sheriff Leigh Wilson's Depart' "Our recreation program has CFMA To Hear It was requested by the Bre Green$40,000 said from Thursday the race checks track tax for operating a trailer park. Incor, :W-.T.GR! :; riri3-11;

men received a notice from, St taken on several new projects, vard School Board following a porators C. J. Cherry, Lucille "
Augustine,: Thursday concerning a and our plans ate full speed series of complaints lodged by fund were mailed to each of the Cherry, R, C. Cherry and Brenda Pirtle Plaza Titusville

fctolen jeep that had( been apprehended ahead with all of our recreation 3M Manager parents regarding a number of 67 counties Cherry, all of Tltuavtlle

with three juveniles. projects," he said. bus stops in the county. The Comptroller said total .

aboard. He stated, "I am fully aware of Dr David R. Wolf, Manager of Assistant director of bus paid to counties to date for the ,
that there dill
the fact
are many,
Investigation revealed the many roads that need maintcn. MicroForum, Minnesota Mining transportation A D. Schmidle current fiscal year Is $132,000.
and Manufacturing Company, is kofer it will all Post-bloom letdown ?
jeep was registered In Brevard, ance and paving, and I am also scheduled to address the Canaveral said cover public This is an increase of $14.000 ,;
,county, under the name G, C, aware of the fact that most phases Federal school bus routes which serve over the same period last year
J JliUnn, of Hilton( Shell Service of life in Brevard County Management. Association 39 schools, hauling 20,000 students -
when each received more
)March county
Tuesday 10, at the
Station. shoullbc! and could be Improvedand ,Holiday Inn, Cocoa Beach on 139 regular buses. The than $206,000, the highest I t f :., 1
e Wilson's department called IIil I promise you that if you reelect buses scive all types of schools, '
He will discuss "Microfilm in amount produced in the history
Inn to see if lIe was missing a me as your County Commis ranging!! from elementary to Bre ,
Information Management A of the race track tax.
)jeep. sloner from District No. 3, 1 rill social hour vard Junior College t
and dinner
: p.m. -
"No, not that I know of. Justa make every effort to improve all
at 7:30 will DrWolfs .
: precede
minute I'll check around backof the services that tare rendered ;
the station," to the people of this county. address. A La Munck! Salon is aliLayi near you! i

Several minutes later "Yes' I "let me again say that I have ii
am there nothing there but enjoyed being a County Commis NASA Official i

three bicycles." .toner, and would very much ap
predate the opportunity of con I TITUSVILLEs Open 9 am to 9 pm Monday
To Address C
of C
Attorney General To tinning in this position! for four I Through Friday Saturday 'Til 6 pm
more he concluded
Be Here ThursdayAttorney Williard Halcomb of the National .
Aeronautics and Space Ad. Hurry on in for the lovable mad-cap,

General James Kynes Garden ClinicThe ministration will be the guest "BEATLE .
Tallahassee will address( memo speaker at the monthly meeting BOB"D
,bcrs of the Brevard County Bar weekly Garden Clinic for of the Chamber of Commerce
ornamental plants will be held
Association and their wives at Friday evening at Citizens Bank
the Carriage ]House at Cocoa Tuesday morning, from 10 a.m. Halcomb, will speak on the Sat

peach at 7:30: p,m. Wednesday until noon, at the Titusville Co urn 1 and Saturn 2 programs,
Mr. Kynes will also attend a unty Court House! which Includes the Apollo Astronauts .
light breakfast at the community Everyone Is welcome to bringin moon trip and return.

room at Citizens Bank here between any plant problems they may The informal meeting will be
8 and 9am. have, said S. A. Assistant! .
Thursday, Rose tin: at S p.m. and coffee and donuts
Mar 12. The public ,Is invited County Agricultural Agent will be served
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Ly BELKLINDSEYCordially STORE HOURS 10() AM to 9 PM No t'lilngl

s 1 No tonal

Invites You No.up nightlypn *I WITH ORTHOi

To Attend I

Beatle Bob Alone

THEIR FREE only . 2.00 Give your citrus a shot in the'arm with ORTHOCIDE'50 Wettable

OR at no additional
ClinicFEATURING cost with the following: ORTHOCIDE SO plus Spray Sticker is a post-bloom spray that works

Sewing s j
LaMarick's Famous two ways. It cleans up early melanose and scab. And it actually invigorates

I PETAL PERM WAVE trees. ORTHOCIDE treated citrus put down longer feeder

Comparable vale, $1 .OO complete for 6.95

i I IMPERIAL COLD WAVE roots,make better ale of stored carbohydrates.Foliage gets fuller and

The Method Prescription Formula, USP Lanolin greener. You get a better fruit set. A bigger yield of top-grade citrus. f
V Bishop Comparative value, $2750 complete for 10.95Charge

Combine ORTHOCIDE 50 with Spray Sticker and these
-: Other Waves Priced from 1295 and up yon get

\ Of ClothingConstruction benefits in any weather. It won't wash; off in the rain. It's compatible
"Let The Sowing Machino Do The Chor. Work" :
with other And
to 9 P. M. pesticides.

: : Thursday and Friday March 12 & 13 borate FREE of! With L. Mtrick each All wave Purpose- a r ORTHO oATlto'', it's gentle. In short, it's the post-

shampoo AND free conditioning: bloom to better yield and
? i i THREE CLASSES DAILY trottmtntl way a

f, 10:30 11:30 A.M. -1:30.2:30 1: P.M. 7t30 8.30 P.M. It. In STICKER SPRAY : bigger profits. Try it.


BEAUTY SALONSPhone "Htlplng tht World Grout Bttttr"
Register in Person Now At 1 ,
AM 7.6565 t I+ B (III

Bclk-Lindsc 's jilldsey Titusville Shopping Center ,;I CALIFORNIA P.o.CHFIoICAL a! car,COMPANY 001....row.0eYee.t.w.u ,CIIMO. DMSIO"",,

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I. Nosing AroundBy : Sla... d."ofalt; ..".,

( Bob Hudson) "I'h. Vole of 25.000 North Brtttrd County Resident
Sorry to hear that Mr. and with a smile, "I really can't say Section B TITUSVILLl7 FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH t, 1964 -- --- Pago 1 1-8-
Mrs Louis E. Stone and family All of our family records! were ---- -- -- -- .A
will be moving back to Orlando( lost In The Flood" '
after school is out this summer.
Louis is the popular manager of I IlIothers
the Orlando Utility Commission Fellow Kiwanians gave President Park Plans To include 'baby-Sitter'

Indian River generating plant at Doyle Frisbee a ribbing at
Dele pine and the family has the Committee of 100 banquet

lived in the beautiful river Thursday night when he was taking their childrento April 1. has been fenced in, with exit lion I in the center of the park (It I VI that rtnuins\ beinn ''Ill c' itir" r irniet" crirfleUd' by at
front home east of the plant introduced as President of the new Fox Lake Park will only one three foot gate. Inside The Fox Lake park will be the can be used,I for public event park n e ompktul is the n. irn:\ k.. ,t .\I'rll| I t." Spanglcr -11;i 1Vnadv .
since he took over his duties. First National Bank and as a not have to worry about a mobile the white sandy fenced area, will (list park In Brcvard County to "Instead of the trailer or a truckor lake rOBI.,I which will run ,hrcrtly ". things are beginmn to
He's being transferred back to babysitter available will be a be all types of swings, toys sand a makeshift platform like the into the park area cans,,' show a vast t improvemen''
member of the Committee'sBoard. come equipped' with one of the .
Orlando. Louis says he doesn t "mechanical babysitter," free piles and games types used at Sand t'olnt wo, bruli! across the laki. The :lu Is
jcre park
made their a i prIlJ'ct
know how he is going to "live" They sure of charge Enough to keep the children State Game and tnMiatcr Spangler pointed out. planting more palm trees a of County Commissioner Ii, from the river. "You see, good natured "boss" was well Dick Spangler, assistant to( occupied so their parents will Fish Commission boat ramps on the
away heard Surrounding paMllion are It small amount of landscaping an I Idrciliiintf 1 office of Gus Kaulk. and wIII'.e I ''.
and then turned around
a we've become 'river rats' ", he County Commissioner Gus FauU not have to strap them to a life the state-county matching:,: fund cement picnic tables Inditing the beach area and,I cob'>- the largest t In North flrc\ ,,'rol 1
pointed out. We're sure the In with loud handclapping for Geo has come up with an ideal project jacket or chain them to a tree." project Spangler said! completion one large group table which wit\.I striic-lmu!! a diving: platform The It will offer a sand hi It'lt t nr
rge Morgan, Citizens Bank Pre that will house probably 600( Spangler said. "If all the childrenare of the boat ramp should be within .
dian River City Woman's Clubis accommodate 40 I( people. (redging!: process! should, t tike swimming and,I inn bJt lnn.'ole'ball. .
sident, and also a Committee( children at one time, and still not in one big location, it should several days. The ramp IS in
going to miss his lovely wife, Also nearing completion are about; three weeks \. : | ,. soft tall flfl I picnic
too, because she has been so Board Member "Just thought be crowded. be easier for the parents to phalt 2000 feet long and JJ feet two sets of modem toiLU: We should be uhf' u h.iv t tin area and onces lOn stand
active in all of the club projects we'd give him a rough time," One acre of the new Fox Lake watch them, especially since wlc'e! ___ ___ u
they commented, adding "DoyleIs Park which is slated for opening[ there is only one entrance and,I Already complete I is ,a i pat i \,",T -
so good natured he can take ... ( 'L rv
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Little Mary had been misbehaving >> it." : >if. 'I' 1\,4' .
and, in desperation, her r;: '.', ,. ,..,,:, ,., .''I'- ( retfil /
mother told her: .r-j1 "
"Don t you know that if you Employer: "Look here what
keep on being naughty your did you mean by telling me you
children will be naughty, too" had 8 years' experience when. v
The little girl gave her mothera 'ou've never had a job before(
sly little wink Young: man: "Well you adver
lined for a man with imajination ; -
"Oh, Mommy, she exclaimed ."
triumphantly, "you gave your.
sell away!" -

First Fed-ral's president Earl
Ed Bivings tells us that Fire
Dept. Captain Ray Winsteadwas Jones, known to most as "Sav
upset about the Dixie Hotel ings Sam" was presented with
fire about 10 days ago. Seems two beatle" wigs on Thursday
us' though Winstead has been evidently people feel that I .. ,
practicing for some three years they want to help him to keep ;lilt r 1a/.UNe1ljd i
for just such a fire and then h" from catching cold. Earl, by sals.s..s 11v
was in Miami on the eventful the way, says that the new Indian g e
night: ", H River Branch of First Federal
__ will be opened during the
week prior to Easter. They'll NEARS COMPLETION Dick Spangler. can be seen in the background, Spangler
A woman was trying desperately give away easter baskets, etc., (tight) an assistant to District I County said this can be used instead of a truck-
to( impress her...friends at a during this grand opening. RAMP UNDER CONSTRUCTION-Members feet long and 32 feet wide ramp will be Commissioner Gus Faulk, stands: under trailer or makeshift platform for public
tea one afternoon. of the State Game and Fresh Water one of the first ramps in Brevard County the new pavilhon which will be one of the events The Park is slated for completion I
'My.family's ancestry Rg very Fish Commission are shown constructinga built on the match fund project.-(S-A attractions at the new Fox Lake Park. April I.-(S-A Photo).
old...It'.dates back to the days of Woman to bridge club members boat ramp at Fox Lake Park The 200 Photo). Located on the shore of Fox Lake which
King John of England," she said I ____ _
: "I have the most marvelous --- -------- ---- --
Then turning to a'ftomsjn sitting I.
recipe for goulash-all I
} nearby she asked 'How have to do is mention it to my State Election Laws StrictThink
old Js your family, my dearT" husband and he suggests: we eat Barbara
"Wen,." :replied lie yr oman out. ((1.1" t Oncspfi /

\ you might be a candi Candidates are restricted from Treasurers of candidates for all or not< more than $1,000 or ImprUonmcnt IOL """"
; dale for office? advertising in any newspaperand offices must file these reportsthe for not more than ;l' :; II afe I II !
If you are thinking about it publication not published at six months In addition tha I
first Monday of each month :
or have already thrown your hat least once a month for less thana nomination or election to office' Cf
in the ring, you should give period of three years, and having with Clerk Curtis Barnes: office of any person knowingly violating < .
thought to the strict election a circulation of at least 1 1- here. the provisions or whose :1 I'I'II.\I.: : ClFAV: :>nG: CREAM

y .e laws oCJhe State of Florida 000 Persons violating' these provisions campaign"- ,treasurer knowingly I.\ 'lift luxurious mil" "I',rrpin/II/.I.'n'> MiMCMlly"lirt and frlmorrg drulgn'iI .
Secretary bf SUteToA r Adams All funds received to furtherthe shall bc guilty of a mia violate the provisions, shall be /. U.II'I.\( : erg. |.5O-U.7
calls attention to a number of candidacy of a candidate demeanor and subject to a fine \old MS!; IKF.sllI'MR: :: : The nhil.rllin
laws which regulate campaign shall be deposited in a campaign ---------- -- ,- -e 'Imal" I,,,,rI, lu your i>in.lni J Jell 1 1nu r
contributions( and expendItures. depository within 24 hours. /. '.'.tJo- $1.21

For example, (a candidate Each candidate is to report to Give Your Customers Better i ,' I'OMI'ON C01.h) ) CREAM Thi lightest,
cannot accept contributions from his campaign treasurer on Fri lluflimt ream rvcr dnigned to mrlt
holders of racing permits, beverage day of each week, all expenditures !- Service and More InformationWith I war. $3SI$17JAsTRINf.FNT dirt (runt. erg. |.'.50-$1.2
licenses and public utility made during the preced I erg
franchises 1.0" < ing seven days. A Par1-Tlme SecretaryWho 1 ; LOTION: inns the
1 kin and I cuntnl ihn how of l Dill!
I A candidate is restricted\Ifrom Tne treasurer Is to make a report Works When You Can'tlfKQ rr,, 12M\ "|l.J3GLJ
If accepting a contribution of more of all moneys or other I i
! than $1,000 from any one person things of value contributed to '
And no person shall contributeto the candidate. Treasurers of t/Z-
a political compaign throughthe Candidates for Governor and U
ki:3 name of another either directly S. Senator must file these reports Tltutvllle Area Cocoa A Coca, Beach 'IIIlilliI1iil
267.5530 434-7011 1
or indirectly.
: each week in Tallahassee.

AT FLORIDA Perennially popular Doris Day is team-
ed again with James Garner in another romantic comedy.
This time it's "Move Over, Darling," Deluxe Color picture -
starring Polly Bergen and Chuck Connors, which INTEREST
-opened Sunday at the Florida Theatre for 4 day- run. "I

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.-. :Mrs. Esther Anderson Whisper', ; what the Cubs will be doing at
Page 2-B Titusville (Florida) Star. Advocate Monday March f, 19(4 -- -
ing Pines Trailer Park;, and at t the Exposition. They plan to
T.30: p.m, the Night Circle meets exhibit finished models and will
Indian River City South Titusvillo Happenings with Mrs Sue Mixson at 633 Polaris demonstrate for the public the

Avenue. process by which these models
II ___ <'a-.\..."lire made.

Woman's Club Aids School 1 Project Cub Scout Pack 310 Now Arrangements were made for
The Committee for.Cub Scout the distribution and pickup ol
Pack 310 met last Thursday
1,000 Goodwill bags in the In-
Donation to School ,. evening at the home of Cub-
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The Conservation Department .. "' -- ""," .' ,"-j." master Rick Barrett. '313 Deles- .
of the IRC Woman's Club, last .. ,r pine Avenue, when final plans
Kclt'ay: afternoon, presented a f ti w"Y were made, for the Pack's roleIn
beck to Mr. Luther Rogers t l ; .>'!:d1 f. 1a r the forthcoming Scouting) Exposition Dr. Robert B. HogueOptometrist
Principal of Coquina Elementary t'11' ; f/ 'liLt. which will be held at
School These funds were raised t, \, iTb- the Cocoa Armory on March
by the sales of address labels D" I 14th from 2:00: p.m. to 9:(CO) p.m. Announces the new

through the Conservation Department j' ; It was decided that,, a work' location of his office
I t party would go to Cocoa on Fri
Ladies working on this project i' day, March 13th, between 7:00: inPIRTLE

were: Chairman Buries Dean, f \ p.m. end 9:00: p.m. to set up the PLAZA
Juanita Young, Lois Sam, Mary booth for this exhibit. Tltutvlllo, Fla.
Wilson, Ruby Lowry, Gloria a 0 Mrs Nova Thurlow, Den 2.1 6fftco Hours Phone
Jopes and Shirley Plumb. Anyone demonstrated sail modeling for I'' .00-4:00: AM 7-lflS
wishing to acquire any of these } the committee to show 'them
contact one of ------ -
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these ladies! and thus help the '
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landscaping\l project or the /
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Goodwill Bags r AUTOGRAPH SEEKERS-rArthur. 'Argram at Coquina Elementary School Friday \/41 ,4-' N"lonrid.Forum Cope.

{Loco Goodwill bags were distributed nold of Titusville, author f My morning. He spoke to the students 1 aYOJc.a
in the Indian River City Brother" a novel of the Civil War was of the events leading up to and the causes
arts last Saturday, March 7th, virtually beseiged by autograph seekers of the War.
by/ Cut Scout Pack 310. Once LANDSCAPING PROJECT Mrs. Buries Dean, chairman following his talk at the assembly pro- i
eafch year, the Scouts participate of the Conservation Department of the IRC Woman's
In this drive for the Goodwill In- Club, presents check to Principal Luther Rogers of Co- lessons on bread and nutrition. class of candidates from Indian Interesting. Colored slides show.
I du)tries. quina Elementary School. The check will help towardsthe River Grange and Indian Mound ed scenes and animals of Africa.
The Goodwill Industries, in Or. landscaping project of the school. Grange Mows Grange on March\ 19th at the IRC He also displayed an ostrich egg Y ? .
lado, provide employment for Indian River Grange No. 181 Civic Center ((20 times the size of a chickenegg

handicapped workers, renovating Thursday afternoon in the Com of the local Young Homemakers met in the Civic Center last "Safety on the Highway" was ), a battle shield, beacea n, ,.
0101} appliances, furniture etc. munity Room of the Citizens Club were also present. Thursday evening with Worthy the theme of the program follow. craft and the colorful flag of his
)Residents of this area are urged ll ,
Bank In Titusvllle. Master William Rowe in the- ing the meeting. Pictures of high. native land.
Contribute; to this worthy ef _
fort. The program was on life.saving Malta Bakery Field Trip chair. The following guests were way accidents were shown and
techniques and Included a movie introduced and welcomed: District described. The speaker of the Central Baptist Now
usable clothing, repairable
furniture ny appliances large and and practical demonstrations on The students in Mrs. Glenda Deputy John Ceil and Mrs. evening was Robert Smithwick, Tonight at 7:00: p.m., W.M.U.
small, and household items will rescue breathing and external Hall's, Miss Pat Blackmon's and Ceil. Mrs. Ceil is chairman of Drivers' Education Teacher of Brotherhood Chicken Supper will
be, appreciated by the Goodwill heart compression. Those who Miss Ruth Yost's rooms at the publicity and the health com- Merritt Island High School. Re. be held in the Recreation Building 5.
Coquina School left mittees of Florida State Grange; freshments were served by the of Central Baptist Church.
Industries Elementary
and by Pack 310. The attended were invited to practicesome
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Walla of Indian Home Economics Committee. will be Mr. G. A.
bags and other contributions will by bus last Thursday morning Guest speaker Don't miss oven one of your favorite T-V programs btcausc of a
of the techniques demonstrated
be picked up on March 21st by for the Merits Bakery in Orlando.On Mound Grange were wel Ratterree. faulty T-V Sot. Have it repaired promptly here, or trod. it In on
by Mr. Pettis and his able arrival started their corned. The members were very Los Kennedy Speaks Next 9:30 Alice color black and .
the Cubs and their parents and they Tuesday< : a.m. a now or white st at. r,
helper, Mrs. Glenda Newsome, tour foot glad to have Mr. and Mrs. Will. Gaventa Circle meets with Mrs.
will ultimately be shipped to Or. by viewing a fifty high The students of Mrs. Nancy
lando Assistant Home Demonstration bin filled with 100000 pounds of iam Klmmrich back again. Cearley's classroom at Coquina Essie lewis, 260 Coleridge Ave COMPUTt SOUND STSUMSSTEREO
Agent, and they found that it was flour and other huge quantitiesof The Deputy reported a new Elementary School invited Les nue; Betty Mills Circle meets
End of Visit one thing to watch a demonstra food supplies. After following Grange Lodge Instituted in this Kennedy to speak to their class. with Mrs. Ova Townsend at 230 STORE
titan and quite another to practice the dough through the various District at Vero Beach. This Exchange Student Is from Coleridge Avenue; Genus Cren- Ml ft'COMPONENTS fttCORDS-CREC
Rev, and Mrs. Charles Belize! '
It. Ladies from IRC' presentwere steps of manufacture to the many Five candidates were acceptedto Johannesburg, South Africa, and] shaw Circle meets with Mrs Pat
returned to their home In Sum
Mrs Mildred Welly, Mrs. finished products the guide gave receive the degrees of the is at present a student at Titus- Naylor. at 317 N Dixie Highway;
1 ter s.c. last Wednesday after an Eunice Thomas, Mrs Lucy Fernandez each of the students and! teachers Grange. The first and second de. ville High School His talk on) while at 2:30: p.m., the Helen PHONE 1 2 Mm nUTtf PLAZA TmiSVIU!' fUL
extended visit with Mrs. Beitzel'sbrotherr Mrs. Jennie Gentile and a package of cookies. This grees will be conferred on a large Africa was very informative and Masters Circle will meet with
Mr, C. I. Stearns and Mrs. Mary Slaby, all of the localII. trip proved very valuable in '
wife of 223 Delespine Avenue.
D. Club, while Mrs Lila Bell showing another area of com I '
Rev. Beitzel and his wife
Baptist Missionaries In Africa for crjeau and Mrs. Shirley Simms munity life and culminating in .

38 years, but now are retired ,
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two hour program presentedby
Mr; Ray Pettis of the Agricultural READY-MIXED-IN-TRANSIT CONCRETE y

Extension Service of 0 Building Material Lumber 9 Paint 9 Hardware 'I! MI
which he is Safety Leader, sponsored WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSES
by the IRC Home Demonstration Let Us Gin .You An EsllmaU I I Iy ,
Club, IRC Young Home. Prompt Delivery Phono AM 7-3831 d
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Streamlined console "switchboards" sit conveniently ** T the body and choi.<) to soak them up as fast as,they come. e And your Chevrolet dealer will be happy to show you
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March 9, 1)64 Tltuivlll (Florid I ) Star Advocate Pa.. n by his brothers' and .I te"*.. Fay and Irene Carter Janet' and ...
_ rte. In setting up this party.
Daryl l Hunt Hazel and Debbie

.,r ", I Mr. and Mrs William John Jean Millines, Merritt Don and Opal Pannell, parents (
...1 .. "... 11!"' J :r'..." .' I Indian River City NewsContinued Danny of the honoree have been citizens
,.,,., ,.. ,.,.7J I .' n '" son, Sof Tulsa. Oklahoma and, Jeanie Day and Kathy Morris of this city for many years. Theyare
are visiting with their son
l' .. : I Meryl Millines\ and Grace Merritt moving to Datesburg, Kentucky f
;,:: -"' ::1' ( From Pace 2.B) Dichl (daughter-in. Bill and Glcnda assisted the teacher, Marie Mor *
Johnson, of 280 Rosehill! Av. .1
: / dian River City Area, by the Bill is employed by the Douglas I
J Pack.
Company at Cape Kennedy.
Members are reminded to attend I

The monthly rack meeting the IRC Woman's Club FOR SALE

will be held at the Civic Center meeting tonight at the Civic Center Tom Martin, of 870 Delano

fit 7:30 p.m, on March 36th The Guest speaker will be Rd.. has returned home from a

theme for this month Is "Mardi Ralph Carter, Brevard County business trip to Denver, Col. 118 BEAUTIFUL LOTS IN

Gras," Skit will be presentedand Tom is a test conductor for the
Recreation Director, and a nominating
there will be a parade for committee will be elected Martin Company. WHISPERING HILLS

the Cubs, in costumes, which during the business session

they have themselves' made. rot this meeting' Wesleyan Service Guild

Den 2 will have the opening t r The Wesleyan Service Guil COUNTRY CLUB ESTATESCity

5 the closing. for Women of the
ceremony and Den Employed ( of TltuivilU)
Refreshmenta will be served by IRC Methodist Church will meetat
Mothers of Den 1, the home of Mrs. Shirley :
1 1. Highest Elevation In TirusvllU
Guests at the home of Jake Ricker, 295 Byron Ave for a
Preparations were made for L Sanitary Sewers (City of Tltuiville)
and Peggy Jacobus, 855 Cleveland meeting at 8:00: p m next Thura
the April Pack meeting. The 3. Water< (City of Tlfjsville))
f Rd, are"Jake's parents, day evening, March: 12th
"Cub Scout 4. Positive Drainage
theme will be
Mf', and Mrs, Reeve A. Jacobusfion
Naturalists. Nature exhibits 5. Paved Streets
Watkins Glenn, N. Y. Farewell PartyA
will be presented by the dens 6. Concrete Curbs
farewell! party was given for
Den 1 will present the opening 7. Lots Completely Filled
ceremony and Den 4 the closing Kathy Pannell by her Sunda) I. Lots Adjacent te and overlooking
Mr and Mrs, J. L Hood from School Class on the church Titusvilli's 2 Golf Courses.

a Committee members presentwere Batesburg, S, C. are visiting grounds of the First Misslonar> 9. Development to FHA Specifications/
1 ,, w Baptist Church last Tucsdaj
: Den Mothers Stella Zirn- !
; with their children' Mr. and
fuss, Den I, Nova Thurlow, Den Mrs. James Hook and family, afternoon Many games were TERMS TO SUIT
DERWAY This block-long two-story Roy Stackhouse) Work was started just a played and refreshments of as
2; Betty Hill, Den 3; Helen Hopkins 835 Cleveland Rd. AM 7 7903 AM :m
office building going up in the Indian few days ago and steel beams are already Den 4; Dee 'McCafferty, sorted candies and:! cookies with CALL AM7: DAY AM 7: NIGHT

River area of Titusville (across from the being placed atop the first floor walls. Den:5: committee secretary cold drinks were served from a

Indian River Civic Center) is already 50 Permit for the building lists the cost at Beryl Robinson, committee table on the lawn The class gave: '
cent leased to contractor $102,000 (S-A Photo Mr ,and Mrs Tom Futch and Kathy a transistor radio and each
per according ) chairman, Ed Mills; treasurer,
children of ass Largo Dr., left one signed their name to a fare 1COCOA DIRECTORYPiano J'7'

Ralph McKinney, Awards chair for Taft, this week for a family well card.

F February Arrests Pan American Club To Hear Noted InstructorPan man, W. S Alexander; visitation le.union. Tom will also be Those attending! were: Kathy ,

chairman, Bob Webber, AS- honored with dinner
a birthday the honoree
American ManagementClub Eastern Region, Federal Aviation Rodger Thornton Organs Guitars Accessories ..
members will hear an address Agency, on Interviewing practices sistant Cubmaster WEBLOS! e

Total 392 For Monday night by Dr. Frank and has been a consultant leader Harvey Robinson, and HI.FI _I&tw GibionS85SSHE1'

E Funk, chairman of the Depart t9 General Electric and Carrier Cubmaster Rick Barrett MONEY Stereo

merit of Public Address, Corp. Records : : EL.

Sheriff's Dept. School of Speech and DramaticArt Player
Syracuse University. He is a member of the Speech Garden Club For Extra FastSERVICE. BORROW( PAYMENT Expert Repairs on All Band Instruments

Association of America, Speech 4119 58 S. Atlantic Phone SU 3.7731 Cocoa Beach
The Brevard Sheriff'sDepartment The regular monthly meetingof mggg
County : $17.7: *
Dr. Funk has been a speech Association of the Eastern States,
made 392 arrests the IRC Garden Club will beheld ------
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during the month of February. next Wednesday, March $600.00 $34.3?
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Criminal Agents accounted: for 81 instructor and director of the for the Study of Communication. 11, at 2:00: p.m at the Civic PAY BILLS, TAXES. REPAIRS. ETC, NOVA TRAILER SALES
of while the Vice will be HUNTER 21 Different Floor Plans
these Squad Center. Guest speaker
Lehigh University Radio Workshop His address! Monday night at

maple 11.tkher the Pan Am Management Club Sylvester Rose. Assistant County Southern Loan Company LINCOLN, MERCURY, INC. CROPLAND To Choose PACKWOOD-from

activity rerected: on He went to Purdue UniversityIn meeting will be at 7 p.m. at the Agent for Brevard County '.Incoln Continental Lincoln Jo.t'ONA.N01\lfTT.: : ; TITAN -

Sheriff Leigh Wilson's report In 19S2 as an Instructor In speeen, Cape Colony, Cocoa Beach. Hostess will be Mrs William I 346 S. WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLE Sale Parts Service; IIKOMDNTt.i.j .. _
eluded served : Trrm I'trr U..llnr *: $ C
l 94 warrants 1,342 and joined Syracuse University In _. t'. "., tTrl
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made, 4 accidents Invest-! ..U'tll11' "HK: nrTiTioi WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 1445 W. King Cocoa ---- ------
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472 miles of travel. He has taught courses or work. located lit 3 iH3 Harbor Blvd In the COMPLETE SERVICEOn

The county jail report for the shops jn conference leadership, city Florida or. .Eau Oallte, Brevard County, e tr TiP,1boSPARE a TRANSMISSION All MakesFINANCING I

period shows total population of interviewing, and public speaking Thai/ Intrreated In sill< enterprlaa a : 4
415 individuals for a total of 2" for IBM, General Electric, Allied and the extent of the Intereit of ; M All Work Guaranteed! HONDA MOTORCYCLESHAM'S

262 prisoner days, an average of Chemical and other large corpor John each Randolph I It, at follows Hallf'1Enllre: .' ..,. S 229 Forest Ave., Cocoa, 636.9944- CYCLE CENTERSNOMONEYDOWN3yrs.tepay

78 persons per day. $1,673.48 was ations, and has addressed many Proof of Publication of thin Intention WITH A 3ICYCLES SCOOTERS
te Tvttt\ la filed h<'rrwlth.uurauant sea Klni. Cocoa
expended for food for a cost ot organizations to. the provlalona oC Ibe RANGE 3M HUH"' llnhiMiik Veil: Oatlle

about $0.46 per prisoner per day.: Dr. Funk consultant. to the laws John of Florida Randolph lUgrnSignature B Lambreth Scooters MAGNOLIA Balm ParteHnrvlce PLAZA" TITUSVILX.ll Aec..orl'N ...
Seven stolen motor, vehlcle.l ,', '1H5H( HarbnrdOlty) plvd.;l.E rrrrrrrrreirrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr m Schwinn Bicycle *.d Two WbiMlir Ka. HamDoael"'
'* fingerprmls') : 9 r. .. New and Used ?
were recovered by the'Com muni- sets. of 391 pliot .u Qallle. Fla. '
Division and total of 266 (,AdI, r.... 3Prices Sale and ServiceRepair MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ...
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five wanted felons located photographs
me, at Melbourne Fla thla 29 day
three missing persons and A total of 836 criminal subpoenas cf, July 1903.Ruhh Q r Wyatt' Enterprise, Inc. Guitars. Drums, Banjo. Ctc
received the tic Brown f J''' "I'.' ,.t "a !:' School 632.0600 Gibson, Fender, Ortsch, Marthv.
made 15 FBI teletype checks on were by Notary Public : "it Next to Cecoa High
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suspicious prisoners.The partment, 459 of which were Mr Cnmmlailon ExprlfaJune 0< &:.:;.. | EQUIPMENT
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cel of land In Lot II, 7, a and 9, unlls", thc rut a )' TADI.KO
IN:" Tltte CIRCIIT rOCRT OF Till: Vloi-k 1, Plat of lJell woCld. according Northerly direction a iiliUr.eeof Notice la hereby. ,
1U: feet, more or lea.. to> a given n ,t
1liTtt! JUDII'14L .t"fUr, 11'11 to plat thereof, recordedIn bolder
I SEAR ADVOCATE'S AND Ion BHt.'KU ( Ot'IITY:! Plat Book /. Page 26, Publlo COI"t. which .aid point la II feet Yorko No.Jander 177 Issued the of tax c>, ,if
'Irate 81
f angle meauremenlfrom 'Jr' r
V IORllt'IIAN'IHY\ Record of Hrevard County
MISTER D 1957. ba
A. filed
( !: NO. tltll Florida. and being In Section! 13. the Bouthea.terly corner ofa May hag same 111,
and made ,
Crossword Puzzle FIRST FKDEHAL SAVINGS AND Township 13 South Range USr.ait concrete block pump house, my applk-it
'r i ... 't: .." c&f'f$1C7': "' +1PR1: ,",,,* ,K3 f. .y LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OHLANCO ; In Brevard County, Florida '. thence run a line North 1C 10'': fur a certificate tax deed to embr.ce.be Imued then. "?,.
Bald the
corporation .I le.rlbd follow West a distance of 115 feet more u
: a :
li li"f'" : ; '!>":e.!<' "' ')''''' ''' *', < ';' aa opponlle the log described property In the Cow
I lee. to a point v
I I f a7 ACROSS S. Fragrance 22. Seth' 'l l D tEnelosure Plaintiff, Commence at an Iron Pipe set t at or point of beginning, by right e( Brevard, State of Florida. to v i
Yi lr J of
tt u n the point of Interaction Lot T Block S
.t ,, : .. Writing mother t n i;'l WILTON K. AVIN3 and BETTYM. Northerly line of Lot 4, Block angle Tina"met.uremenl.;k.t thence Weal,, and run Deleiptne Grant Towniltt nfDele.plne
: South
A secondary Implement 23. Chargerule F. AV1N8, hi. wife et at., 1, Plat of Bellcwood, accordingto a parallel' 10 Northerly line of .ald a. per plat book
: .j. 15. Opened, 4 for L \ iii_ Defendant plat thereof recorded tn Mat Lot d a distance of 275 feel t. moreor page 2
i 10. Mountains: a flower ..ervlcea )t NOTKH or III UIITATI' Book 8, Page 29 Publlo Record I leu. to the point of begin fcee.. 18/13 T, 23 8. R. 38/39 E
v u t ) OF FLORIDA of Urevard County Florida, and
'6. Pronoun The a......ment of the said .
80. .
Am 23. Self! q" \ I 'I COUNTY OF BREVARD the Easterly rlaht cf way line rung pi "h
I 12. Slack T. City laneS 2S. Roman II x i- TOl' JOHN MOLINAItO db/a of the state highway No. aU.S. WITNESS my hand .n- the Heal arty under the said .rllrt"ate l h.u\ ,'I i
; 13. Tea .... I A 1 Mollnaro Con. Co. of this Court at Tltu.vllle, Brevard was In the name of A. K. Mar,.,,.
areas 1) thence South 21 16'East
rnoney. ; Reildence Unknown run County. Florida, thin S8th day of loon, Unless llld certificate Chan y w
biscuit S. On the 2T. Small Tou notified along Easterly line of right redeemed. according to law, 'it,,
A N I R v are hereby that a
: of of Slate Highway No. 5 g"s4L
14. External ocean ftsh i ault has been filed In way propertly described therein will to>
A R > r v aialnit you :
US. No, N
13. Ever: 8. Part of 29. Dwarfs: tipoet. the above entitled cause, and that : i.i. dltt.nce 1)) aa of preiently 60 feet tolO a CURTIS! BARNES Clerk sold to the highest. bidder at :?,
: a door at 12 ,
DC. courthouse :00 II'
& J'.r. .b. required to file By Bertha Hall k
you are your answer
j "to be" TeuLI6. point, aald being the pointof
l point
3 0I with the Clerk of this Court and to 011.., Hedrlck A Hobln.on noon on the tint Monday in ,?,
t.1t CO t Solemn 11. Cuts rnyth. 3S. Boy' airy* a copy thereof upon the plain. beginning of the land conveyed 109 Ea.t Cburch Street month of April. A.O, 1MI.) whl ,
promise 1 T. Bangle unit 31. A wing school: tiff or plaintiff attorneys, whomname hereby. From said point* 15'E..t of Orlando, Florida the 8lh day of April A.D. 14
beginning continue South 21
18. Sot: SeaL 33. and address I I. Giles, HedrIck Attorney, for Plaintiff Dated this 21 day of Feb A n'
.18. Village Stamp Enl' said line
Robln.on, lull Eat Church Street along right of way 'Bar. 2, 9, IS. 23 (Mon) 1)64.! IOU,
; M NAGS 19. A quill Skating the loot: 39. \ Orlando, Florida, not later thin a dliUnce of :2no/ feet to a point, Curtl. H Barne

feather areas fencing part April I, 1964. If you tall to do ao thence run a line 8outhea.terly.a ENVELOPES Business Sties Clerk of Circuit (Court
21. Previously a X10. Arrange In 3C, Incite. 40 Recornl: : a Decree Pro Confronts will be entered distance of 150 feet, more or Brevard County. Florida
24. Part of a line 36. Female 42 Eggs against I the relief I de.manded less, to a point 3 feet Southerly, Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp (Circuit Court Etaal
( ( a book 21. horse 44.: r r2S. In the uC.I:::: t. This suitla by right angle measurement Feb) 24. Mar. 2. 9, lit) (Mon) IU 4
Boyi at Star
to foreclose a mortgnge. The real taken from the 8outhe..lerlycorner for mailing. FuU stock
Leve'nJelmam.' 3S. Strike tree property procedeed" .,ah.t la, of the building known a* Advocate. Bead Star-Advocate Classifieds
29. Striped, All thoM certain tract or par South Motel Building with alx
eat-likl ,

animal 1 1 J 4/ s" 1 1 1 HER, COOK I'M HOME,
SO. Require- t.
I. "t IU. i, PICK IT UP, SAI
Large ship WASH IT 3 CHXWSE HER, WASH, 8 TB'

S2. Drawing ,IS 14 PUT IT BACK, t' r BATHE FIERY COOK,

e R e i. e.e.n. Le niw ,
S4. Typ. If 0 I. 11 iemeasures WASH IT p CHANGE HER,,, e. LJ

"He saw his first robin. ." S7 Good ao 0ss. PUT ITBACK. # Ito \
) ,
friend ...
Antlered al 11 11 14 at' 1_ t ;

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dance en o o ,-
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2. At one time ThREOUT A TH/ZZER/
Ann Landers: I speakfor agreed 8' boy who would be so A LITTLE i -
millions of teenagers whenI crude deserved what I gave him- NARP, .hty'e
you went to high school or what IN" Tine rot HT or TIIK !NINTH tt
lay your advice to "Persecut SWEET 18 JIIIHIAI, ('IH( ('IT IN! AM! K>BHHKVAHI
the boys were like back in the I
4 <>lNTt frIOKIDA.
ed" was lousy. She is, the girl An* there was this letter front olden days, but in OUR high In Chancery No, 278)16)

who got whammed across the Shawnee Mission Kansas !liU1'1I.: TO UPFKIUFKANC1S : : I
; school a' girl has got to fight for ", JERRY!: SIIlVKIt!:
backside by that moron kid in Dear Ann Landers: I usually i'lalntlff. ,
her honor every living minute.If
the school, corridor. The indignant with but I certainly did hit AUNE8 v. ELIZABETH: BlllVKH.Dpfcmlant: .
agree you, / a boy that to me. I'd !

young lady retaliated by did not like answer to him with in- ?
your anything handy TO.AONKS: : ELIZABETH; SHIVER I
jabbing him with the sharp end "Persecuted." You expect a cluding a.baseball bat. EDNA NOTICE KKHUJENCK;: lit!: :HKRk.H UNKNOWN; GIVEN : -H

of her compass. great deaf Of a young girl when And .o. dear readers after that a Complaint: for Divorce and

Ipstead of saying "Hooray for Decree of Ownership ai to the following -
you ask her to be sweet and relaxed over a thousand letters all described, property, to-wltt I I
heck -- -------
you. Doll" you gave her after having been cracked saying essentially the same Lot. thirty five thirty ill and i

and let HIM off What shoulr across the fanny with a book thing I'm willing to admit I thirty Plat of seven Melbourne, In lock Court Two In of Section the VOO-HOO! MITZI | COME BACK, MR. 1 IHI

Fl.e have done, turned around It was unfortunate that ""Miss I let the slap-happy punk off too Five. Town.hlp Twenty MR. L WAITFORAAEJ YOU FORGOT ABERNATHYJ/ 1!
Eight!: Kance Thirty Seven Ea.l,
And said "Thank you" { ,
Persecuted" had a compass in easy according to the Plat of Record,
I believe "Persecuted" reactedIn Brevard County Florida Public iI
her hand, but the boy provokedthe HroorcU.
normal Yet recommended The girl however should not
a way. you attack and deserved a slap 1962 Ford Automobile Serial I
no punishment for have been congratulated and let Numb 2Ue4xlaua41ha.
across the face that would have been filed ..1I''n.yoU' by Ih.
(for him only for her Plaintiff In the above styled Court I
off the hook. A compass can bea
made his for 30
ears ring day, and you are hereby required to serve
I'm disappointed in >ou. My 'The least you can do Is ,send dangerous weapon. Had he a copy of your ''lRoolrl) i iz

mother is too. MISS INDIGNANT it ( Ing-i upon WILLIAMS >
the girl all your protest mail. It ducked, might; have\ cost: him P. O. Box 18, Melbourne Florida

would pack her 30-day confine. an eye This is too big a priceto AUorn y. for the Plaintiff and file X
the original the Office
T --
Dear Miss Indignant: The mailis ment with sympathetic reading.MRSj ply for a crude gesture. Fur nf the Clerk I :'ihRdc: Court "'NwOOos,.,

running 100 to 1 against me.I H. L. thermore, no girl would want Tltuevllle, Brevard County Florida,
on or before the 81 day of March e
have not .received such a lambasting such' a terrible act. on her con 1984. If you fall to. do ao, a 4)ecrea -- n' e" 3-9 1 1' n
This letter came from Seattle:
Pro Confeaio will\ be taken, against
science *
since I told American for the relief demanded t
you In the
Dear Ann: Since when U It

wrong for defend
... a )young: wom n'to my band and official 1
Read on:, % anal at Tltuevllle, Florida this :M ltMR ARE YOU STILL. I DON'T HAVE MUCH SHE ATE MY 1I
{ herself against physical assault Ann, Landers will be glad to day of February, 1964.: Q s
Dear Ann Landers Your 3 ABERNATY! gl )) I
: answer ? It's time teen-age boys; help you with your problems. (COURT CURTIS URAL R.) RAHNES, 3 = ( I

to "persecuted" was un. were taught to behave like gentlemen Send them to her In care of this CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy GUESS ( J

just. I know what I am talk Hpana-li-r I tt NOT. f 11 ,
and respect a girl's person newspaper enclosing a stamped VDj:, Clerk ff i

ing about because something ALSO A MOTHER self-addressed envelope. Mar. 2. 9. 18, :JJ::t (Mon.) 1964. ij

similar happened: to me. _
From Sherman Texas: IvtETION
List June I was standing on NOTICH or TOSEOrnTra NOTICE: OF INTf' : >TION f<) !
Dear Ann Landers Chivalry FICTITIUln. > AMEIn REGISTER flCTITIOltt N\MF:
the pier. I bent down to help compliance l with Houii Bill No. In compliance with House Bill
little brother out of the is dying' fast enough without 111S, Chapter Number :JO933. Laws No. 1176. Chapter Number Jo9M.1
my it in the back with of Florid, Act of 1K41. the underlined Laws of Florida, Act of 1941 the P j
stabbing 0
you jJ
water A fresh kid came by will register rt""t the Clerkof undersigned will register with the ap P9 rip 0
t compass. As the mother of the. Circuit I HrevardCounty Clerk of the Circuit: Court la" Bre- 4419/ e Dy ady'Q J
and gave a crack across the and Florida' upon receipt of vard County, "Florida upon*) receipt 4 .
backside. I had on a wet bathing both a teen-age son daughter proof of publication of this notice, of proof of publication: of. thlanotice. 7.10 Dad
I disagree Violently with the following flotlilou\ name, to. the following. flUltloui I I
suit and the wallop really wit: A8 YOU LIKE IT I undo name, lo-wltl New Frontier Mobile
d.d your advice. Please' don't encourage which w. are enf.fred In bu.lnen Home Park under which we are enSaged -
sting. swung around and the hoodlums at 113 8, Lemon, Tltu.vllle Klor- In apace, rental for mobile -
pushed the nut right into the by sticking Ida sod that the undersigned are at Huottemoor, Florida, and
up for them. DISAPPOINTED the only persona Interested In said that the undersigned are the onlyurnont
water -. shoes, eye glasses, buslne.s.I Interreted .
In said hu4lness.Dated
wrist watch and all. IN YOU Dated at tltuavllle Florida. toll<< at Tllurvllle Florida, this 9 F : :: ,
From Peoria: 21.1 day of Feb. A D. 1964. 2 day of March A.D. 1984. m :1 iA, .a
My parents heard about it almost Mary Smith Irma Oonul.
Dear Ann I don't know where Vern Akin Prank Gonsahee
immediately and said : Feb. 24, Mar. 2. 9. 16 (Mon) 1964. Mar. 2, 5. 11), 2'J (IMon.) 1964. _
"We're proud of.you!" TheyrLOUDATONITE -- -- I

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First Lieutenant Edward D
f> Simmons Jr.. son of Mr. and
t'/ Mrs. Edward D Simmons Sr of L "
t 749 McConnell, Memphis,.Tenn., :
| has been awarded his silver
r wings upon graduation from
I| United States Air force navigator -
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training at James Connelly %
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instruction in radar and celestial cf flirt; specials
t' navigation during the course.
lie/ is being reassigned to McCoy .
AFB for duty.

The Lieutenant, who received CREAM CHEESE MON.-TUE.-WED. ( -
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University, was commissionedupon 8.os.
completion of the Air Force pkg, JmM Qf MARCH 9-10-11, r R 0
Reserve Officer Training
Corps program there. A memberof Betty Crocker Buttermilk 1964
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, he also aa
attended Louisiana State.. University BISCUITS QUICK-FROZEN LEAN SHOULDER

.. is Lieutenant the daughter Simmons'of M G Shirley Wil : 6 :.". 49 LAMB CHOPS lb. 29cf

- llama of 1519 Vista Terrace, TI.
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1964 as its Express"125th has AnniversaryYear" designated Morton's Parkerhousa San'ich :Chubs 2 a 69c
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in March 1839, it was announced) '24et ". '
., here by thlt i Manager of.the local pkg.. 29< M4)D
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He said that white, foot.square 5 O11t1V FREE NORTH CAROLINA .
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II Don't; Store Left-Overs Sell 'Em With A Classified Ad; TODAY'S BEST


Business PropertyGARDEN GLAMOR GIRLS Mobile Homes Plumbing Supply Real Estate


: I p.m. Day Before or doctors office. Call Frances x 10, 1V4 BATH!, $8700 Investment : concrete, steal-rein 3-BEDHOOM, ,2 bath, deep well,
Publication For W.d.< FrI. Watkins, J. W. Childre Realty sacrifice for $4500. 267-1388 re1.r'a; : sizes 940gals. nice lawn.. recently painted.
11 A.M Bat. For MOD. Publication 267-2541. 'or 2677021. ., 630 gals., 713 gals. and 1000 Draperies. No qualifying. Phone
gals. Grease traps Installed, tanks 267-6299. 173-10 acre ranch with 2 bed
WANT AD RATES Child Care 1962 ELCAR, 10'xSO', middle kit. pumped and cleaned drain fields room home, needs some repairs
( Centi per word then, 2-bedroom. Phone 2676764. relaid. Work I'llrantOO.' pittman LARGE 3 BEDROOM house, 2 full
'Minimum Chart |0a Septic 'Tanks lac., Phone AM T- tile baths, built in range and with 30 fruit trees and
CHILD CARE by Hour da; or HAYES $M21. p. 0, Box: ant. Titusville, oven, carporte and utility room, lots of shade trees. High and
week Indian River HeightsAM f TRAILER SALES Florida. no red tape, no qualifying, $750 dry and all cleared. This en-
((1 'ry
JILL CLASSIFIED ADS 7-S768. down and move in 2671928.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCB New and Used Mobile Homes tire parcel with Improvementslying
Except E.tabllih.d Account For Rent ,/: 8210 E. Colonial Drive, I Real LUXURY LIVING. new brick approx. 500 ft. from
h veneer, 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath, Route 46 and a short distance
:iautl.d Orlando 277-9671 INVESTMENT PROPERTY in built in and dish
Dliplar K U Available! range oven
on R...u..' FOR RENT Edgewater, 11 homes in as Is washer and disposal, Intercom from Mims and reduced to
The Star-Advocate rtcerrte the COMPLETELY condition. Any reasonable offer with $5000 down.
4'I FURNISHED with AM and FM radio, centraloil only $18,950
)rlvll..f. of revtelnf or reJacUnf Floor Sanders, Polishers trailer cabana utility room and __Call Wessner Realty, 267-7123. heat and aircorditioned,
any advertlem whloti It deem
objectionable and to Chang the Phone AM 7-3255 .- _- ,.. carporte. Lot 75 x ISO. Must sell TRAILER PARK AND motel. 13 wood burning fireplace, wall to 429-We !have several buildinglots .
clauKlcatlon of any aflvertliement by April 1st. $7,900. Delespine trailer i and unit motel. wall( carpet, double car garage,
9 John. If
from that ordered to conform to FACTORY PAINT OUTLET I Section, 1 block off U.S No. 1 spaces lot in Port St. you :
fully landscaped corner ,
the policy of thle paper. Baldwin Shopping Center J. R. Kyle. Plus i living quarters, man andwife's are considering building in !
The 27500. For appointment 267-
will not b. operation. 200 ft. front- :
'..poD.1 bl. for : 1928.I this area, stop In and see us.
more boo Incorrect
APARTMENTS FOR RENT on U. S. 1. 1709 S. Ridge-
Incertlon nor will It '.' t., ON LOT, new 2 bedroom SO x I 10, ale
tab). for any error la advertleementa \\ available Immediately, adult wood Edgewater, Fla. I 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, many ex
2 BEDROOM DUPLEX, unfuinish- I'
eitent than f.- : 449 100 x 135 ft. building lot In
couple. 2675691.: -
tbe O.Of'tb-: epaoo occupied by ed, 1 child, $90 monthly. $23 II tras 106 Barna Ave., $500 down. '
block off
HOUSE FOR SALE 267-0207. Scottsmoor. One .
Item la tbe adrertleement. damage deposit. Call 267-7586 NEW 1964 SKYLINE I
before 11 am. and after 9 p.m. Special $3.995, 50 x 10, 2 bedroom, U.S. No. 1 on good road. ,'

fiuelaeae Office U Mala tlreet BACHELOR TO share house. Private 9 including washing machine, furniture ', 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH corner lot, Plenty of trees. Hard to beat
Office Hour AM$':-OO to 1I I:10 room with bath. Complete 5-9 delivery and set-up. Low low down payment, assume HARVEY price of $1100 cash. ,
down payment. 7 financing.MARTIN'S .
years mortgage. 267-5599.
I freedom. $75 month. 2670748. C K...Fou.w.......... .I... 196" S'old''01"--. MOBILE HOMES "
VA-3 BEDROOM central REAL ESTATELICENSE 559-500 ft. U.S. No. 1 frontage ,
Authorized dealer
NEW and two Skyline !
AnimalsAKC APARTMENTS. one "This fdn
bedroom now leasing. Palm year the school play has a Western motif." 1224 No. U.S. 1 No. of overpass, heat, a/c, stove, dish by 400 ft. deep including two

REGISTERED Chihuahuas, House Apartments Highway No. Titusville 287-3081 washer. 2905 Gardenia St., new SCHOOLStart corners. $55 per ft. with ,
Gardendale. For sale at
2928 South 1 and Court St.. Titusville. quick terms. I
;: Hopkins Ave., 2t73559 MOONLANDMobile $200 down. Call 267-1755. this Tuesday 7 P. M.
: after 5 p.m. HOUSES FOR RENT For Sale For Sale attend first session as our guest.HOWELL'S .
Home Sales 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH home. Din. 749-2 business lots in good location 5 I
BOXER, male, fawn color, 1 year built 1 in kitchen in Indian River City on
ing room, car
old UNFURNISHED. NEW, 3 bedroom OVERLOADED new, FROST. FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine
ears clipped, all shots, good
SPECIAL PRICES AND porte and garage central heat BUSINESS COLLEGE Hopkins Avenue. Well worth ,
with/ :Children, beautiful animal, town house, tiled bath, central CLEAR 15 cu ft. REFRIGERA. furniture. S piece bedroom suite. hardwoodfloors
TOR/FREEZER. We must move 7 piece dinette all only $13 89 SPACES PROVIDED masonry, fireplace, the price of $7500.
complete' with nice doghouse heat and airconditioning with or 1528 S. Wash. Ave. (U.S. 1)) I
$3300. AM 7-5648. without range. Near Pirtle Plaza. these NOW! Come In and talk to month. Decor Furniture, 206 U.S. 1 North of Overpass large lot 130 x 100. Viewof 2671161LOVELY'
$135 monthly. 2671928. us before you buy anywhere. Fir Magnolia Avenue, Indian:: River Titusville 267-5695 the Indian River. 19800. Park 751-320 ft. on Hopkins Avenueby .I
Boats For Sale Home Furniture Company. Rt. 46 City. Phone 2677613. Avenue Realty, 103 East Park 1194 ft. deep. Attractively

ATTRACTIVE, CLEAN 3 bed Mims Fla., Phone AM 73565. TRAILERS FOR RBNT Ave., Edgewater, Fla. 3 BEDROOM 2 bath priced for use

SAVE $900, less than 2 months old, room$135 ,monthly bath and 2673064 Vi, well located or 267., ITS TIME TO FERTILIZE, compost HelpWantedAPPLIANCE 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath"huge kitchen, home spacious! living room, air-
used'.$ hours, 1964-18 foot fibre. 7145. 3 bags for $1. Nichols Poultry MOBILE HOME with !homelike family room, living room, cen conditioned, carpeted, fenced 755-Approx. 100 ft. from ocean.
glass 1964.65 HP Mercury eng. Farm. Closed Saturday, 267. SALESMAN, applyin room added, on corner lot, very tral heat and air- cond. with two yard, many extras. 108 ThorntonAve. Two 2 bedroom apartmentsand
ine, many extras, original cost IRC, 2 bedroom like new, no small 2367. person to Mr. Smith, W. T. close In on U. S. 1, $24 weekly, car garage, situated in one of the 267-1659. a one bedroom
2709 must sacrifice, sell for children or pets. 2676149. 6-8 Grants, Pirtle Plaza Intellectuals. 2(7-6441. finest sub-divisions In Titusville apartment all completely
$1800. 267-6895. DON BROWNING AUTO SALES area. $2,000.99 down handles OWNER LEAVING furnished
p.m.---I has moved from Indian River SALESI.ADY (D-ELECTROVERT) TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT call Arrow Realty AM 7-7037, :Modern 2 BdRm home located in street with on extra corner 50 x 100 paved ft.
Building & Const.NIDY OFFICES FOR RENT City to 405 Hopkins, across from or saleiman ((1) Retired or part- Indian River City. established residential area, nota lot. Located in New Smyrna ,
the Florida Theatre. 267-1520. time Public Relations type sales ONE ACRE trailer space. $30 per development convenient to I
OFFICE SPACE. Good location. and contacts, on commission ba- month, children welcome. Applyto LOVELY 3 BEDROOM\ homes schools and town. 6 fruit trees Beach. Approx. rentals $400 '
'CONSTRUCTION resident. 1-2 or 3 room offices. AM 7-5728. REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS; sis. For Interview write S. Orvis, R. E. Springman 2 blocks off some with air conditioning, all and old shade trees. Custom per month. Priced at $20,000 I'
lals commercial and remodeling washers dryers (almost any Jr., P. O. Box 835, Melbourne _50. Christmas Park. with family rooms, some with built home with city water and and shown by appointmentonly.
12 Tltusvill
years Licensedand BEFORE YOU DECIDE See double all with 'mini ,
make). Buy Em Wholesale plus Fla. carportet, sewer. In addition there Is an
bonded. Phone AM
this downtown Titusville office service. T.V. Service Center, Mobile Home Owners mum down payments. We can attached lot facing US1 for bus !'
Business Air-conditioned heat, parking, 2115 Garden St., 267-3883. FEMALE HELP WANTED trade. We need lots for duplexes. iness or investment. FHA or 800-Beautiful new 3 bedroom,
OpportunitySUITABLE $95. C. B. Davis Realtor, Or. LIVE RENTFREE !Mr.\ Zeddie 2673267.
i HAIRDRESSER TO take over fol. conventional financing.! Shown by 2 bath home. $ no downpayment
Jando nite-day CH 1-3336 Titus. TRAILER 16a
; AWNING aluminum appointment only W. J. Smith with I I
I Guarantee. 267-2630. ,
FOR small business ville 267-7840. GARDENDALE. 3
approximately 40 feet, Lot 75 ; __ RaMSii; Realtor phone 267-3511
and home combination, 2 bed. Mobile Manor. WANT bath, central i heat
room. 1 bath. Kitchen equipped. ROOMS FOR RENT light housework.WOMAN to 7 babysit.4:30: and 267.do Small equity, $113.75 monthly. NO QUALIFYING $750.00 down. 818-4 bedroom, 2 bath home !
p.m. Titusville I and Mims.
NEW 1964 COLOR T.V. $359.50W. 2676477. between
2679940. TWO ROOMS with kitchen privileges 4517 after 5 p.m.RIVERLANES Invest $20 and 3 BR 2 bath, double carport, I kitchen
T. plus service Buy Em () down payment .in Westinghouse lot 150
built kitchen
I Available in home.
.1 267-3000. private Wholesale. T.V Service Center, Snack Bar, over pay only $20 monthly and BRENTWOOD ESTATES ed. Gardendale. AM 73262. x 75. Deep well and water I
e 2115 Garden St., 267-3883. 21, Must be experienced. Mrs. will buy and possess your 0':: 4 well planned models are now softener,. extra 2 bedroom I
ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen privileges Shirley: Moir, 9 am to 4 p.m. extra large full acre trailer lot. open. Brentwood Estates it minutes 3 BEDROOM, 1V4 bath $300 down, building wired. Only $14,100
WHY BUY used
appliances that Become own landlord. from downtown Titusville, $83' monthly. Call Wessner Realty with $3000 down.
TV and washer. AM 7- Must apply In person. your -
has been demonstrated for .
2283 after 5 p.m Don't tear up rent receipts each West on Garden Street. FHA 267-7123. I
months on the floor at high VA 2-3-4 bedroom homes from
CLERK-STENO. must have know- month. More than ISO happy ,
!823 Central air and heat, 3
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies prices when you can Ret the appliance ledge of typing and shorthand families now reside in our Beau- $85 monthly, includes every- Continued on Next Fags bedroom- 2 bath home with
for rent. 801 Orange St. 267. I you want wholesale I and must be able to meet public, ex tiful Trailer Community. Only a thing. 267-7142 or NE 6-8389. deep. well, city water, car- I
in the carton with i service from
3400. a cellent working conditions, apply few lots left. Visit us and see
concrete floor
dealer know. T.V. Service 4 BEDROOM. 2 bath new low porte, adjoining
City Hall :525 Palm Ave. for yourself the finest Mobile
NEWLY FURNISHED air conditioning Center, 2115 Garden St., 2673883. Home Park in all Florida. I down payment. Nicest section in NIT7 for boat fenced side and I
JESS W. CHILDRE TV, Maid service, $30 MALE HELP WANTED Titusville. Forest Hills. 267-3564 back. $17,900 price, $2000
REPOSSESSED SPINET PIANO down, $125 month includes
weekly. 2327 S. Washington or -- CHRISTMAS PARIC per
UILDC call 267-5407. Used only 4 months, take over I PLUMBERS WITH county or Tit- Route 50 Christmas. Florida everything. This is a home I
R5ATOR small monthly payments. usville licenses. Call Howard you would be proud to own. I
Phone Orlando 275-1727
LOW rates, clean rooms for work. KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Myers, Southern Plumbing Company U, S. No. 1

men. 103. Call 267-6185. 2128 W. Tropic 267-6335 I I 267-7383 Direction 12 miles west of FRONTAGELet 847-3 bedroom, 1 bath for only

WAREHOUSE FOR RENT FENDER PRECISION electric MEN, BETWEEN ages 2152. ex 1 1 U.S. No. 1 & Titusvffle $8500 with $450 down. The I
-- ---- base guitar. Blonde finish with on Highway 50. payments are just $65.29 per
STORAGE SPACE in metal build perienced preferred willing to us show you this choice month.
ing on Nevins Court, rear ofStarAdvocate accessories, plus fender leather train Intereated men in grocery I parcel of U. S. No. 1 frontage
l case. Base guitar, list price $279
building Available ; business, very fast expansion
Titusville and
now. See II. II. Hud- guitar case, list price $60; worth program Will enable rapid ad Moving StorageLOCAL 855-An older home right In II
sacrifice at l Excellent !: Mims. 584' frontage on U.
.. ion at Star-Ad cate. near $350, $200. vancement. Applications being town. Lot 75 x 100 which is
condition. Call Ron, 267- taken at Jackson's Mint Market, AND LONG distance mov S. No.1 with an average zoned business. Only $12,600
240' Main Street frontage For Sale 0331 or 267-7133 after 7 p.m. corner Washington and JacksonSt. ers. Moving, storage, packing, depth of 632'. Ideal for with terms.

400' spur tract. 87,120 square FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES shipping cold fur storage, crat shopping center site or

feet of space. Will sell all or ELEVEN USED top loading Norge floor samples, greatly reducedto Ing. Free estimates. 267-3341. many other uses. At pres- 865-Do you want country living
part. Zoned B2, Ideal for commercial coin ./perated wash. make room for new merchandise Insurance Brevard Rldgeway\ Mayflower.NOTICE ent time planted in close in? We have a home
contractors plant and storage Ing machines, best offer. Call for new lines. Buy of a life grove.A that is just a few feet from
267-6267. time. 2111 Garden, 2675733 or'' RUSSELL total of 8.35 acres situ- the city line. 3 bedrooms, 2
yard wholesale warehouse., 2671926. ated high and dry. Price is bath, air conditioned, 2 utility
GE MOBJLE made dishwasher, INSURANCE ALL PERSONS INTERESTED In a only $200 per front foot rooms all fenced in. Just
Call J. W. Childre Realty $50, good condition. 267-7607. FURNITURE Inc. NOON BIBLE STUDY class, with with 29%> down and $14,600 with $2600 down.
AM 7-2541, BRAND NEW overstocked Must please contact A. E. Rubins 267. It's safer in the end If you
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only sell 7 piece living room suites 2001 So. Washington Ave. 5182 before 7:30: a.m. or after 6 terms to suit the purchaser.Call let Ul hand). your moving prob
I Brokers Invited 25c each at the Star-Advocate I $119.77. 3 complete rooms, $241.to, evenings (weekdays) or write today as this won't lem. Call NOW and let us arrange 876 home-Large with 3 fireplace.bedroom, Locatedin 1 bath

no money down easy terms. Call Phone 267-6720 c/o P. O. Box 765, Titusville. last. it from start to finish. Indian River City across
2675735. and modern

I SEE OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE Remember pay your Paper Boy- I LEGAL Advocate PADS Office.- Big Supply, 35c BROWNING moved from AUTO Indian River SALES City has to rTs7T_ .' t "" ; equipment.Expert movers from terms new Church. $12,000 with

405 Hopkins across from the
Florida Theatre. 2671520.I 886-4 bedrooms. 2 baths Florida )

HOME SUBDIVISION hereby wish to give notice thatI iVekREALToRS room Mims and Including patio: just 100 northof ft.
WANTED will not be responsible for any
: frontage on U. S. No. 1 which
Featuring: bills incurred by persons could be sold off. A buy at
than myself.
: Ph.D's Interested In teaching college level courses in Rodger R. Glover $19,500 with terms.

Mathematics, Business Administration, Economics, Humanities Mar. 2, 9. 18, 23 Hon.) 1964.
891-Beautiful home in Whispering
I LARGE 75' 110' LARGE FOOL ; 8 three-hour evening courses annually! in Cape
x I; 412 MaIn St. TltuJvOle, Fla. Hills. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, II
Kennedy area. No committee work or other administrative swimming pool fireplace plusa
I LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES duties. BE SAFE! Phone 267-8000 furnished apartment above

the 2 car garage.! $38,000 with
WATER Etc. I terms. Owner will consider a
Write: Resident Director, P. O. Box 4393, BE SURE! --- small home in trade. Shown

Patrick AFB, Florida 32925. by appointment only. .
Deal "North Brevard' Oldest Real Estate Service"
$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY Only 926- Owrer\ says tell now. 2 "
: bedroom frame house In townon
Cw1 &iti Old Dixie Highway Just
TO'FEAClI: OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on reduced to $7500 with terms.

U.S. 1 to MimI! Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more I. R. C. Area 1

mile to our entrance on right. For free information RENTALSRent

call 267-5586. New modern 3 and 4 bedroom homes Look for this with option to purchase.New I
3 bedroom, 2 bath home
F.II.A. and V.A. Just completed. Priced symbol for your with central heat and air conditioning I
t'' DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! protection. It signifies 8 in nice neighborhood.
C AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARKANow from $$15,950: to $20,000.00., ATTENTION HOUSE HUNTERS Rental $125.00 per month with I.
Integrity 1. Every completed home occupied in, this high quality first and last month in advance.
and high profes. new community featuring paved streets ,and On half of rest to apply to purls

Trade In ...Your Old HomeWe sional standing. Deal only sidewalks. Just outside city limits. Choose your ed. References price if option required<, exerclschase Call. I

with a Realtor Only a home now from models under construction. FOR Danenburg Realty
have ten 3 and 4 bedroom homes Realtor displays this seal. EXAMPLE! Three bedrooms 2 baths, with 'builtin I

Open under construction. Some with carportsand electric kitchen. Also double garage and brick

double garages. Priced from $18,500 S. George M. Barley, Jr., veneer construction $15,630.00 with only $750.00 i
Inc. down payment. $200.00 down payment will hold J

1 to $19,450.00. Builder will definitely Bryan-Conway & your house. EXCELLENT CONVENTIONAL FIN-

Chickasha Mobile Home consider your old home on trade. Callus Winstead, Inc. ANCING!

today! I Campbell Associates, 2. WHY PAY RENT Move Immediately into this

: Inc. brand new three bedroom, 1 bath home, Lot, 130 DANENBURGREALTY
SALES DIVISION AND LOT We have new and used homes in all
: I I J. W. Childre, RealtorS feet deep with several nice trees. Minimum down
locations. Call for an appointment toGeorge I I payment 75000. Conventional financing. Total l
Sydney Schwartz price 1575000.: .
U. S. No. 1 2 miles North o! Mims at Rocket see-- Danenburg' Beach

: Motel Phone AM 7-3097. M. Barley Inc. Realty Edwards Realty an.eo"Ua'l' & WIIJ/a'J -/lne./ 1514 South. Washington tAM

:?; : Open 7 days 9 A.M. until 7 P.M. REAL ESTATE Ed KittIes Agency REALTORS INSUflORS I 7-3858

L. B. Newman Where buyer and seller expect

__j: "A LOT MORE FOR A LOT LESS" 342 3. Washington Titusville 287.3622 II I I I M. N. Weir & Son Inc. Dial AM 7- 2011 Day. Night or Holidays I and get better and faster semcerrrrr

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

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.'1 THE rillCHT: COtHT MNTIIJLIHtIM NOTICE FOR BID I To: Barbara A TounibloodYOU !NINTH Jlimitl ( riKttIT 1'1.IIf .
Continued From Proceeding Pare Wanted To Buy ( IKCllr Of t'1.UKIU'1'Ii Staled bide will b. received by the ARE MERESt NOTIPIED .\! ) SOIl lINKS \HIS tlUNTt,
Real EstateResidential Services 1 .\!NI' SOil IIH..t',\HI> Oil MmHlNCrKt Board of County Comrnlmlonert up that a iult for divorce has hiss KIOHIIMM
Real Estate I USED AUTOMOBILES. City Auto ( : M, >. 171KulltnT until 9::45 oclock AM. March 1919X4 I filed abbot you In the Circuit ( %"NC'mr NO tMNorif >
: fc STArUETO-V. In the Commlailonera Room lathe Court of the Ninth Jullclal Circuit f: TO i>'FFND
IncomeNEW ,PAINTING expert reliable and Parts. AM 7.9696.Wanted Plaintiff Court llouae i In Tltuivllle. Florida In and for Hrtvard County, Florida, ANTHONY:
forMoving: entitled HENRY H YOLNOHl.OOD PROVFXZALEPlalntttf
HO'JSES POft SAL! satisfying work. Estimates clad .
To Rent ilARDAHA E TAn.LTOV. the Recreation Department Plaintiff v*. HARUAKX A. YOUMli .vi. f
STORY Colonial style ly AM 7-0778. Defendant Dredg a BLOOD Defendant Chancery fia2772J ANTOtVETTE:" PROVEVZALE
3 BEDRO: brick bedroom duplex car. NOTICK f>r nt ir are hereby required to Defendant
h INCOME TAX returns, accounting Klver at the Tltuavlll Cauaeway ....rv. a of answer TO ". .. .
room fireplace, aircon central COUPLE DESIRES furnished 'TUB: STATE OK LOItlUA. TO copy your or : Antoinette Provental
ditloned "vlmming pool. Make ports utility room, air- and system service. C-F Associates home. bARBARA( *:. STAILrTOV.: and place It In South Laic at other wrlttCln d.ten.e. to the Corn- YOU AlOE\ HKIIMIV NOTIFIED
conditioning. Corner Jones and 2670271. apartment or Monthly 2021 North tint Htreet the wet sal of Garden Road plaint filed herein. upon Carl (I. thai a Hill of Complaint for Divorce
offer on d >n payment. 267.0467 DeLeon Sts Titusville 21000. basis. Call "67.3411. "I fronton Ohio and to return It to the Indian, ttw.naon, 10 N. Atlantic Av... Cocoa baa been. flIed.I agilnm you. and you
Silver .t tIll TItuavilli C.u...,. Hrach. FlorlU for Plain.
are required I tr,
LOTS 'OR SAL good terms. Phone. Orlando GA36469 INCOME: TAX RETURNS I I GARAGE SINGLE or double for A 8wor. ComplaInt linvin been between 110 and 111I1 d.y. uflernablo tiff and to file the original thereof you rtnuwer or pleading nerve l a lo copy th* BUI of
Eves. GA 2 1706. by telephone or appointment. for several fllet aCklnlt yos In the Circuit I .am. to lIoulb Lak. In the office of the Clerk of th* of Complaint in th. Plaintiff attorney
Licensed trained. private workshop Court iii an,1 fur IIr.vu,1, CouIy Kid.'ler to b. reiponalbl for any Circuit\ Court of Hrevard County, Itoben A. Hrott 28.!1I North
lilA AND VA approved. Excellent: Sale TradeNEW experienced. months. 267.5674.Want .rlorliln In Chancery (or Divorce. damage Incurred while moving Florida. on or before the IT day of Babcock Street Melbourne. Florl la,
or R. W. Copeland. 2670274 Term 411'of bid .. to b March A. O 1944
for the short title tlf .,101 notion below : price and''l file the original' Annwer or
terms builders Call Edwards To Trade 'KOBr:HT r:. 8T\rM.FTtN) Plain. paid when dredge !I. deliver hEREIN FAIL NOT or a Decrc., pleading In the office of the Clerkof
Realty 267.3261.ATTENTION AND USED SINGER SEWING Machine Co, : tiff VI. IIARUAHV J.:. MTAPI.. *,I lo South lake. Slotnor. Pro Contemn will he entered, .Rainit the (Ircult Court on nr before tho
sales and service Pinking shears ION Jjufeniant. thne ureir-nla are I of 80*. I... any you for I he relief prayed for In 8th day of April 1W4 If you fall to
BUILDERS. 6 lots, GUNS (repair and ammunition) I 81$ FT U S 19 98 frontage, over to ...u.e and require. you to file. damac* I Incurred, In t"no. p.1.1 ComplaintDOVE t do ao. julgment. by default will ho
etc. sharpened. Phone AM 72244 '
as is, $2200 each. Shady Oaks Vi mile south Florida Wonder 8 acres trade for north Brevard your written .,.t.n..... If any to the II. lo be paid when itrelga AVIS ORDERED at TI. taken against you for th* relief .,>-. .
land. Indian River Gun Shop. Complaint filed herein. and to la returned to Indian (tunvllle. FlorlU Ihla IllS day of martInI In the Hill of Complaint .
subdivision large storage ware I acreage_ lots Phone 267 2016. ,leery a copy thereof upon l'laintiffo Klver at lauaeway Tltuivlll rrbriiary!' A EfL:96.: Done and'1 Or.lered at Tltiiavlllev
house and small house Included. FREE LP bottled gas Installation. Attorney on or before the Suih day *. (CUl HT $ llrevard 1 County Florida thla tik
Call owner. 267-S963DON'T Sale or Trade 209 N. U. S. No.1. Titusville I CLEARWATER 2 BEDROOM 1 i ''of March A D 19B4. otherwise.l 8 Th. Hoard raervi tho. right toreject CURTIS It. DARN!:"? day of Mnr,'h. 1K! !'I.
.. any and all bldaHid CLrRK OF TUB CIRCUIT
) cre Pro Conf..o will bo eoler.CI CURTIS R IIAHNrS
Florida schools
Suburban Propane Gas Service. i bath room near ngalnit you and the emit pro. .* to hej marked nil' for moving II'KT for BRRVAKDCOUNTT Clerk of the Circuit Court ..
3 BEDROOM 2 bath central heat 267-6411. Post Office shopping renter, for .jc*..'I rx partaWITNrS Dredg*" FIORtDAKy By Ilirtl Hall .
and all-conditioning dishwasher, lots.acreage in Titusville Phone : my band and official, JOB \\tCKHAM.. : V. 8. rlpantler. DC Deouiy,' Clerk ... .
PAY RENT! ''U.I Tltuavlll. IIrev..,' rtlAIKMAN Feb 17, 24 Mar 3, 9 lMon.l) 1164xtru .
disposal built.in range and oven, 267 0687. owner. ) at Countyrlorlda (CtRCt'IT COL RT ARAL) .
Used Cars & Trucks HOARD OF rOtTNTT
ibIs Stilt day of February. ROIIRRT A. l4ITTAttorney ... ... .
well for lawn furnished' or un A.D. IM4.ICOlORT COMMIAMIOVFK4HKIVAKI I K: for llalntlfr ., .
TRAILER furnished for 10' wide trailer, Ii' TIIEuKCICot'KOF JIDKMI (tlHttIT TUTNIN1II INVSI : ( SFAL) : ) COINTV will I hereby not be wIsh to ,give notice that I :2H25! North Rnbcock fltreet ,,?". .

lots or acreage. Phone 2672016 CMC 2 ton, heavy duty van type I> C Oil 5115 E.RII tin NT*. Curtla, of II.the IlanoeClerk CIrcuit Court In Mar FLORIDA 2.' (Mon.) lmiv bill. Incurrrl, rraponnlble by peraon olhrr for than any Melbourne. Florldo. .' ..,? .
Mar. 0 16. 30 Mon. IBM .
t'I 011111. %. 23. < ) ,
body good tires good furniture .d For Irevanl County my.rlf.J.m... _----- --. -.------,.,.,. ",
III:: \NI! HV NO tmlNoriCI Tim cinrtiT COtS or TIIKMNTII M Peter. I
Services van. Drive it yourself and save .'Iorl" IN" Tllf: riHf 111' ( ..t'IIT OK Tilt
OWNERSWe >: TO IIKFFMI: ny H. C. RII.11 D.C. JtUKML ('IrittlT. IN Mar. 9. II. II: M (M-W.F-M) 1M4 MXril' .JlltKMI CIKl iT. IN
75'; Price .
on your next move. HOWARD I OHOBSMAN AND! rOK IIKhVAHII (IIVNTf. -
Plaintiff = \NI> SIlK llltr'\. :: t Hit ( ill NT0. :
BRICK. BLOCK and cement work. $495. 267-5963. .. Gordon V. 1"roderlckAttorney rloHIIIIX \ ENVELOPES Business Sizes ".fI It"". IN ('II INCrKYNOTITFOf u .
(1157.I75y! 'NO tilt*
for llulntlff .
have beautiful full acre mobile Free. estimates.AM 7-5728..Yerger Construction '54 FORD. V-8. stick, o.v, Rand MARY GROSSMAN Dcfrnannt 110 Rant Commercial Street HENRY R. Y.OU.NG8LOODrUlntlff.. Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp rOKrl X" 50450: fist HF 5 tIP

H. $195. 2676826. TO Mary Oroaiman fruit 1 Kirk Plata VANGUARD MOHTOAOF I Coos,
home :
lots slf.e! 100 x 440 v.
1..6. Punnet Avenu P. O. llox 1795Sanfnr.l BARDARA A YOUNOBLOOD, for mailing Full stock at Star. I'ANY: a Florida corporation
for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH ANY KIND of home repairs. car. 56 MERCURY, 55 Ford, r/h. air Park' New JfTuy Florida. S27T1 Defendant PlalntlrfDefendant .
pantry painting screening conditioned. condition.Can : hereby given that a complaint Feb IT. 24. Mar 2. 5 (Mon) IDOl.Woman's NOTICE' or m IT Advocate. .v.
Move In Trailer Expert work Try very good for dlvorc baa been filedagalnat WIllIAM 1 I. NORRIS and ;
now Living pumps. me. DlLL.lf .
be seen at Mobile Manor the In the o_.. NOOlIlIS._ his wir._ ,., II
Barker. 2671986.REMODELING. you by plaintiff nm. n ,_
at Its best.CHRISTMAS. spot 101 Frank Jacobs. above atylrd court and you are *:
hereby requlre.1 40 .rv. a oOI'y or NOTICE M HEREI1V GIVES: ,_
I IMMEDIATELY DON BROWNING AUTO SALES your aniwer and' p Club & Lodge Notices purauant to a Final' Decree. of Pofetloiure ."
PARK done all kinds. 267-0680 evenings StIIInrn Woodeon. P. 0, arBor1Tt dated M.rcb 5th. 10(14 anilenteret
days 2670890. has moved from Indian River Eau tattle.. Florida. attorn.y cor the In Chancery Caa Diumbir'1
City to 405 Hopkins Ave. across plaintiff and file the original an S0ouu' of the Circuit Court of the "
TV SERVICE CENTER 267. from the Florida Theatre. 267 I wer or plea,Una; In the Office of the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and for
11 Miles West of Indian River Clerk of the Circuit Court at Tltua. Hrevard ('ounly. Florida wherel
City on Rt. :50 Christmas Florida 3883. Home service calls only 1520. viii,. Hrevard Count. florida on TITUSVILLE VANUUAKD MORTUAHE COO?"' "
$2.95 with this ad. All repairs 58 Ford Wagon J250 or before (he 26th d.y of March ROTARY CLUB GARDEN CLUB I'ANY. a rlorlla' corporation I* '
Phone Orlando 275-1939 1'JtSI. If you fall to do ao a Decree I YORK-RITE BODIESOf Plaintiff. and WILLIAM I. NOK-
guaranteed in writing for 90 58 Ford 6 Sedan $250 Pro Contcaao will b. taken unmet ,.(? qi 1 MEETS THURSDAY General' netting all circlet 2nd RIO and BILLIK L. NORRIS. hla

days. 56 Ford 4 door $150 YOIl for the relief d..m.nded In the ;;> 12:15: P. 1\1. Von,lay of Oct. Nov., Feh. March North Brtvard County wife, are: Defenant., I will I aelMa
LARGE LOT for ....... .. caeiiat
multiple dwell. 55 Buick Sedan $150 complaint May Time an I place to be announand till hlcheit and bt blller for
ing or community business. INCOME TAX and bookkeeping Biecutlve Hoard lent Front Door of Court Houno .InTltuavllle II
$200 55 Pontiac Wagon $150 Thla notice lhall ba publl.h..d Tuesday' .
down service Resident 267-3516 once a week for four con..rllllv.. Whispering Hills Country Club each month October. Ihru May. Hrevard. County. Olur.ila.
$35 monthly. Also can fl- 56 Plymouth Wagon Indian River Chapter No. 27 I at II o'clock A.M., on the 27th
works In the TI.uavllle Star.Advo-
nance building. Inquire, 267.1481. Office 267 3751. II Burgess & 55 Chevrolet Pick.Up cat*. Dick SImonet. Pres Mr.. 1. A. Rltril PreaUlenl day' of March 1M4 the following ....
Associates 57 Dodge Pick-Up Lione and Ordered''I at Tltuavllle II. T. Walker Sec')' ROYAL ARCH MASONS deicrlbed. property aa sot forth In ..?
Brevarl I County. Florida thIs 21it saltI I Final' Decree, to-wit: .
Remember pay your Paper Boy. INCOME TAX returns prepared; '62 PONTIAC: Catalina. small day of February. 19B4H SORORITY Clifford Ytdtr. High Priest lot II, Dlock 28. KOUTIt PATJKICK
equity ,
Phone 267.3183. $3.00 and up. Curtla It. Barrel Titusville No. 6 Gill Williams, StcrttaryMttts CHOKEK rIFTH II :C.
assume payments. 267-6119. Clerk of the Circuit Court Chap.: BETA SIGMA PHI TIOV accordlna; to the Flat
V DCtCIRCUIT Meetlna laS and :3rd thereof recorded. In Pint Book ..
; ft Spana-lnr
1950 CHRYSLER $50; 1956 :Ily COURT 8KAL) O.E.S. 3rd Wadnosday 7:30: P. M. II: at Pace 34. of the Public Hec.I"

mouth $60; 1934 Oldsmobile PIY'j 8J. William. \MIII WnndaonAttorney .m WoodionJ VIOLET KLOSS. Thursday XI In.I.T..v 7:10 P.M.! at Masonic Tomplo, Tlfuivlllo ord bATED of: llrevarl thla B day County.of March..Florida'I....... uv

vertible. $75. 267-6998. Oneta leiitwylerPresident HIRAM CUKTIM K BAKVrtt:
Manor P. O Ho"for 1178I Plaintiff Worthy Matron I COUNCIL No. 13. Clerk. of .h' Circuit Court

1959 FORD pickup F600. Phone I ICu O.lIIe. Florida Mra Mary Alice Kutler Rmty 101- IOH R. & S. M. HVl V. 8. tlpancler
Meeta 10' and''l 3rd Tueailay. 8 I'.Mat ; TIl ETA OMICrlON Deputy Clerk ... ..
267-2843 noon weekdays Feb i4 M"ir. 2. (. 16 (Mon.) 1M4 Maaonlg Temple Mary 4.ne l>*.m,,lePml R. V. Bakas COURT MEAL! ) >

1962 GALAXIE 4 radio .IralAMI Thrleo Illuitrloui Master Mar S Olon) 11414. lt
500. door NOTICEI 4I1> "
Old Dixie HighwayBrick and heater whitewalls 19.000 ETA FT* Gill Williams R.cord.rMeet. ; Till'': (-1m.OTii'R''W. : ;
Oeldle. I.a.ePrs.. NINTh II UK i S I. I I Ki'l I .
assume payments. Call Indian River l-CT't'.f"
I hereby give notice that I win AM ,-'IIS. lvi, IIIK nay: .5(5)I ( () :
Bernard Taylor, 2677324. 2nd Wodneiday at 7:30: P.M. MOKIIttIN : '
not he responsible for debts Incurred Lodg.) No. 90 Pill BFTA': M0Oal Msionle/ Tompl, Cocoa C'II INtr-HV! NO. 7MI I ,,.,,,

Homes 2 Full Tile Bath HELP! Private owner forced to by persons other than F. & A. M. Sellers. PretldealDlitrlct IN AltriHl"n.11111RO: : FDWARO j, ,,...
bedroom sell very clean 57 Buick by "'01.001e BREVARD COMMANDERYNo. O TIIF ADOPTION -
Meet 2nd
myself. A 4th
Thursdiys 7:30
: or oAitr o LIcE!, A
21764. Make offer 2677747 Maionlc Temple 24 K. T. MINOR
McCready -
(Colored) Central Heat Built-in Range No. 39 SluicE: or tnorTinx _*____.
1938 BLACK Ford 2 door hardtop Feb 24. Mar 2, 9 (Mon.) 1964 Jam. H SUwart, Matter Lacy Ramor, Eminent Command'r l.HOI.i-riiiNim, _
3 speed floor shift. $175 267-6340. W Prank Harden lIert'lI /. Florida Nurte Ann TOl MR OLfN: It. Lr E:

w/Hood Sod Lawns & Shrubs Choice of I Gill Willlimi Rocordor 755 ,Fait Ann Street _, ,
Val Ionia. Georgia
55 CADILLAC. Fleetwood, good See The ," Milts S.cond Tui.of .
condition $395 267-3992. Junior Chamber each month I p.m. Moots 4th Wodnoad.y: 7s30 P.M. that the above-named NOT5FIi7a 1'\ltI. a

Colors. ReasonablyPriced. Masonic Tempi, Cocoa K.UWAKU U. AlioULUAl. _
57 FORD very good condition, "* Of Commerce Public Health Bulldlnf a Palm Avnu, Cocoa Hearh Hrevard lounly, FlIr.. .
StarAdvocate l'r..ld.Dforolh" Furaler. It.MHecrelary Ida has filed a reTftlon Sw'5'9i
$280. 2673404 after 5pm- .
267-5437 267-5293 267-2802 Earl Uorla Mlllner H.N. PILOT CLUB aliuve'atyled court for the ;'IOPII. .__.-.
I Spancor Pr..
Phone AM 7-&OT3 of in* minor child named thrt*> .
59 CHEVROLET 2 door auto- :
( ,
Stave nl ara required to ihow cau""
H Pantena
transmission, 267-5792. For Your CZECHOSLOVAIC.AMERICAN Mrs. BoltJonos, Pr... ; .: t ar _::::
Citizens Bank :: :;
Building ed by aervlnr a copy yoi, w 51'. '
Meets Every CLUBOf Meeting 1st and 3rd Wednesdays tea clefenie. If any upon FHANeDner -
Thursday 7:30 P.M.
12:00: Dixie Hotel M. Wti.i"R Attorney for ,
Printing Needs! I --- ._--- Titusvlll I hDWARD: 'O. AII)4JLLAII.: a'

Stop and See the Advantages of TITUSVILLE POST NO.1 I 511 Grannls Ave. Executive Board Monday County Slots 7111..'lorl Cocoa
Regular !n.eUaea 2nd Wedneaday of Before 1st Wednesday the Clrllln.1 thereof wIlls ths Cinri.ee'd.
"ch month. l1all open neb 'tusalay of said Court on or before the 1111td. -..-...
AMERICANW Thuraday and Saturday ..nlnll atis TITUSVILLE ., uf April A.D. 1M4; oth.r"....e..
ARE YOU IN NEED p.m. a d err.. may be entered acaliMtv-
LEGION Blavka Dehm PUBLIC LIBRARY you urantlnc Ball adopt\ .,. ..._.,
'. I ...*...
Lakefront Estates WITN .II my hand anil *e a
OF HOUSING? Harry Teetrkk. Com"r.I'.ul VETERANS OP WORLD WAR I 1421 Dm Road anld: : Court at, Tltuivllle I :: llrvae<| .4
Ilyam. Ailjntant BARRACKS 1Mf nouns: County, rlnrhla. IWt thla the; 6th day

Moeta lt and 3rd Tuesday 3C v Meets first Wednesday Mon. thru Frl! Dim. 8:00: p.m. M.rcl.ti.r 1" It. PARNFH: rl.FrtlC
See this C month old beauty Legion hall S p.m. L.U32./I: each month. American Saturday 9 a.m. .5:30 OF Tiih' (?IiCtiI'! COVEr
I-- __ p.m.
--- _
with a lot of family living J Legion Hall with Covered Titusville N--;; BY llirtle 1111 ,-
Club of &:oP Dish Luncheon 1 pm 1902 Deputy Clerk
EASY-LIVING HOMES! within its walls. The cen- L. E. Pepper tomdr. 'n'i Loyal Order 01MOOSE (rOlTRT II/CAI.I .

ter entrance foyer allows Titusvillo, Inc. Tom Watson Qm Attorney FRANK M fir: VVOI.FH letllloner

to 3 bedrooms withI I Meets 1st Monday of Each Month P U ll<>. TOT

3 BEDROOMS 1 BATHS out access going through the liv- October thru May TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUB 1 Mile North Moots of Mima Tuoidoy 01 I U.p.m.S. 1 Cocoa Mar 0 1.'lii.c2"i. 80 Florida( n.arJt.: ;
---- ----- -----
.. Mrs. J, J. Condes Pros Jim Maltbie Governor tirv air. 'KII\
". ing room. The formal 7:00: p.m. Thundayi Charles VI\'l': ,
-- -- F. Jacob, Sec'y- P115( M I K
room allows to en- Flotilla Restaurant ('0\11'\1111" :" \NlI .\(UIITAOl' ;!
5 % '''.: 'to IIlIIIIP.K4Healed .
South Lake

$ 1 2 6 0 0 *500DOWN() $79.38 Including Par' I Month P. A I. tertain in style and the living PYTHIAN II. C. Benzenhafer/ Masts :3rd Wednesday It:UU. am. bid.. KiT: will. he Monday received. March until

room with the family SISTERS PresidentJ. ,, I of each month HO IIM4 In the City Council chant- -
24 Year Mortgage here of the City of Tltu.vllle, FlofJ"
room adjoining creates a lot Tltuavllt Temple 11 W. Scruggs Jr., Sec', r.:1 a 5P.M. I itla: requetln( blda fur a ''iroup .
Meets 2nl 4th Tue \ Oct. life and I\n.pltall.atlon lnuranr
of livable area. The modern of each month at Sp.mMrt through May policy for city imiiloyeea Hall,I"ealed

kitchen with offers Douglui Fulch, .MEC: t ;! ,LaVorno ,Hardln Mile ahalj .he plainly markeo]

Check These '- pantry Mrs* "Evelyn. 1. M Btewart. *ett y. [ North i3e''vsrd J \. Pr"rph. AMattor )I-3S ion IfolloW t-h*oulMde' TEAlFI af lb esno.PROPOSAL lope aa,
of freeman
'. plenty storage space --. rlanlrtCLUB Horsoman'i Clu / S p.ml' f )[' LirE AND 1(054 t
.MODEL and the Inside utility room ---- ,'I1'ALfZ4TION INH tfKA NC-M'f*
KIWANIS Mtott Second Monday Each Month PHOUKAM la be opened 11:00: *.rhnHT .
QualityFeatures allows you to wash and dry 7:00: P. M. North BrcvardRehabilitation .: Monday March 30. 1M4. ..
OPEN clothes with no needto Moots Tuotdiyt Confer Th... bid. will hn publicly apen4
"; your 12:10 Lawronco Parker Pr.. In the City ('oun..1 chambers In the
-- go outside. The central p.m.WHISPERING Phone AM 7-4424 421 Palm Street presence of bldilera and city of-
: tk1AILY Js heat and air conditioninggive HILLS Moots 2nd Thurs. every montl fh'iala. Tb. blda lhall then ba tsb---s
ulated aludled and1 preeenlail to) the
L'* AU'TOrP. I pleasant living the COUNTRY CLUB I ChrIs_Parkor, S.c'yNorth PUBLIC INVITED City Council for award of bid at.A .
Built-in Range and Ovenin Doyle FriheePreslIet" Pros W. Lie Pariahs subsequent Ciuncll moetlna iCople
Colors ,r. whole year and the wall to Brorird Shrine Club Soc'y.t Mrs Martha Faulk af peclflcallon b.n ba ,

wall carpeting in the living Tom Oru, Jteorelarr" Phono AM 73043: obtained at the office of FioaneeDirector .
:3rd Thursday 7.30 .
-- : p.m. City Hall 625: Palm Av,- ,
Mica Covered Cabinets area gives that comfortable ------ --- -- Tlluavlll I lorlda
B. P. O. E. ELKS LODGEDNo. M... At nuo Only cllv.Ilieneed Iniurance eom! ,
White Terrazzo Floors feeling. Oh yes, there is a with local ,
2113 panle* repreeenlatlvea are}
double carport and the ELKS CLUB Invited to submit aealed Droponl. '

Ducted Central Heat landscaping is lush, on sani- Moots Monday Nights I Chas. H.".", Pr... i.TLT, auhmltled Furls sealed. .0 propoeala the City ahould ManacVr.be
Full Tile Baths Choice of Colors tary sewer and water too. S. Withinjf9r I o'clock Aye Frank Dardon SocV City. Mull Florida MS Palm Avenue Tltulrvllle .!

I The price is only $19,800 From Vwlplui/ I. K. Y Ph. AM 74343 TITUSVILLE LITTLB The City of Tltuavllle. rlorl.'.. reaervea -:
Paved Drive Sodded Lawn Land with $2,700 down. Ru..U 1 THEATRE INC. th* Hint to cued. any anti!
_Bttcholdor.Soc. VETERANS OF ht Tu.. If Mo. 1:00: p. m. all bids and reserve the right toreadvertlia .
scaped I- 1.1111. Theaiee HI.... .tr n.... ,h.. for new Nd*. ll
TltiurllU t Toa imasttr. FOREIGN WARS _____ Cleveland' B TalmlJse unos
Plastered Walls and Ceilings .. -,- Meeting. Ind 41'llTlir ,1- ('it... Manaa-er. ..*...
---r"l $
-- ,Dls O3iU, R..4 t9 M' Mist Tu..d.yt .4>... g PM ehClub'bpm S TlTt'"ILI.JIIScottish Mar S (Mon) 164 .1.....
City Water 4651 1s S5b .0 ieb, 1 1 4:45 P.M. Rite
; -- s. C-ri :
l S P.M. Dally ""
Located Between 2 Golf Courses Club P. O. Boa 802 --1I1 Old 1vnzul
R haryl.wRllteuren' 70S MagnolIa A... Floyd C. Brown Pr...

WdaiReALTORS Ralph Schoibol" Comm.r d.r John W. Prater Sec,. .

Milt MortonMn, Qwortarmaitor M..l. (ml Tl... lisa .mTltutvllle .
Orol OrvIs, Pros AM 7-57M :11..1. T.I.

Geo M. I Inc.EXCLUSIVE -Rivcrview- -P.- ---T.--A. TITUSVILLE


{ M.ot..t RlvorvUw M..tsUt SECRETARIES ,) J
412 Main St. Titusville Fla.
AGENTS School Ut Mon. lack end :3rd Wodnoodayf _
ASS'N. Int'l
( )
e' Month, 7W p.m. 7iM: p.m. "De tlny may shape oo. .-

TITUSVILLE FLA. PHONE! AM 7-3711 AM 7-M23 Phone 2675000 Earl Snyder lAst Mooday of Each Mont"Frl..da end but the calorie intake IV '

ProslJont Chamber of Commorc Cart.r Pr.... AM .a1lll6 what chape our middle. ,



f Several Large LOTS FOR SALE In FAIR GLEN : ,

.'' '. A Community Of FineHomes I In Titusville 14730 to $6850 Homes restricted to 1800 iq. ft. minimum.

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

3200 Garden St., Titusville

THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS ,FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 or 2672531I .



age I-B TlhmllU! (FI.rldaf Star-Adv.etf. Monday, March 1, l9N I


Parrish Hospital Activity ;': HAPPY BIRTHDAYTuesday I WEfl E7D

March 10 Cherry Lynn Stoner l L! !& S7' PP EM Chinch

Admissions and dismissals at March 4 George Nauman Nora 'Callihaa' Bugs

Jess! ParrUh Memorial Hospital Admitted: Titusville: Edward J.tra. Bill Knight Robin Davis
for March 3 and 4 were as follows Mitchell, Nancy Redman, Nor- Jacob Fowler
I Wednesday, March 11 'F184 Fungus
: mm Perry, Peggy Rich and Flora Gardner Capps *'
March 3 Bobby Dolling; Others; Kate Hayes Poppell Mrs, T. I, Flanagan r Worms

CNARLa1 _> Admitted: Titusville: Robert Evans Mims Deltrlce Cfcmceans Ella Mae Poppell Mrs. Wilson Sanders
ALTON Griffin, Joan Mogilevtky, Kimberly and Joyce McDanftl 1, Vann Steburg Doris DavisS '
times, when one feller now Maybe them Catfish had Fertilization
Saltmer and William Indian River City. { D. McCartha
catches a lot more fish than anybody mud In their eyes? Whatever: Mrs, George Sharpe Jr. sr ,IlnSTARADVOCATE
Burr; Others: Marjorie Wilson, Titusville Roblrt W. Jr.
Discharged. : C Frossard
else, folks often flgger the reason it .In't often that a Jack Jamacy
Mims; Wesley Burry, Indian Shelton Enid Price
Peterson, Beverly John
and Cat
that he's got some special trick feller can catch Specks
River City; Robert Allen, Nesbit, and Robert Anderson; Mims Nina South wick and Del Nina Jean Knight
One nice
that they don't have Once In awhile fish at the lame depth Classified Ads Get Results
they Scottsmoor; and Mary Gatchell, Others: Elma Turnquest Owen trice Cremeans Indian River Patricia Lee Trimmer
that might be true, but thing about though;
Cocoa dolyn Owens, and Alfred StUb, City. Mrs. Florence Griffis
that weighed
most times it ain't. Ai a general were cats
rule, if you'd watch that 9 pounds, no the man wasn.t a Discharged Titusville: Joseph ,j
good fisherman real close, and bit unhappy about it. I don't Payson, Carolyn Wilkerson,

fish the way he docs! and I b'lieve I'd be very unhappy Libby Westeen, Wendy Rudge,
mean exactly the way he does tbout catchin' a few like that, Julie Tackett, Mary Smith f.SAVE qT

you could catch Just as many either! *.. Mary Harvey, and Clyde Stan-
fish as he docs Spr-ukiii of Fox Lake, they berry; Others: Leandreas Harris -+

are eltin' that new recreationarea Jimmy Mathews, Jr., and 4
I don t pretend to know why all fixed up and a whole Gladys Anama, Mims; Saralyn
fish level off at a certain depth, lot sooner than I expected 'en to. Lamb Edward O'Mara, and iI\\

j at certain times; but I know That place was talked about for Robyn Woodham, IRC.
they dl). And it don't make a
that I didn't flggerthey'd
so long ruinin' the fishin' for himselfor
lot of difference what you do, or V
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catch the little rascals, you'd"better I I'll take back
glad was wrong
at with a big motor' without mess
put your bait down whatever I was think In' about in' thing right..
Just about the right depth! It it up
may be the temperature of the u I can't speak for anybody else,

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where they are. It may be anyone about the whole project, though. out of just watchin' fish as I do
of a number of things that They plan on havin' a swlmmin' eatchin 'em. Most times a
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