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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents I


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I 84th Year No. 31 5c Per Copy Titusville, Florida Wednesday, March; 11:1964 20_Pages__Today Published_Mondayse.apQsdaya IInd Friday.; '





I I New Yacht Basin Plans Revealed To ,!;ouncil '







II Science Fair Winners Announced HereCharles City Extending Faced Line With




Tucker ---- From PlantA ..
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Has Top ProjectCharles Council Seeking restaurant now yacht is basin in the and plan.seafood ,I'

u M lung for Titusville to go alofU I
Tucker, 15-year-old 1 with' the other numerous ex-: '
ninth grade: student at Parkway 1 t' eallelu pensions and additions to the
Junior High School was awardeda area
trophy for "Best In The Fair"at {
the junior high school's fourth Bulkhead Advice Rodney Thompson, owner of
annual Science Fair The pres. Titusville Pier, has plans underway
entation was made Monday night fur the facilities, to cost
The project, on which Tucker en estimated $100,000 after the
has been working for a year, is e i w .r r/ .r se Some professional engineeringhelp :; Passed ordinance re inestej lien rul problems with the city
culled a Mineralivac, and is a will lie sought by the city by V. I. lIIu nkl'/1/ hip to rezone ore cleared up.
complex( machine which will analyze a, ( l r, : f .' council in the selling of tiny /new Lot 38, 1'lock 1, plat of Indian The facility calls for a 200-
minerals by just dialing o- bulkhead line, according to sill n Riur heights, he reamed from slap: yacht basin>> with a "fork-
certain mineral components.! i alit tf ( taken here last night. patent rcsitlcnti.il cUssifnationtc lift" storage rack for small craft,
Second and third place winners The council advised City I Manager R.3 to allow apartments plus the restaurant
were Danny Mixon and Charles' i e s Cleve Talmadge' to seek '* Approved' ordinance for
The restaurant, according to
brother Mike! Tucker A engineering help in making a Blankcnship to reione properlylucale'd
The fair, directed by Bill Crl- study, of the possibilities of extending on Lots 1 through: 12, Thompson, will be 'adjacent to
lea head of the Parkway science the bulkhead line and to Kinconcro subdivision from OU Elver
department, had 103 projects involved report back to the council. (county) classification to U J. to
in the competition Thisis r : The action came after Tal- slow' tervlce.typo building/ river and by land

a gain of 53 over last year's Y Mal r L mango; advised' the council that '* Pasgc'd ordinance allowing He stated last night that he Is
fair. tie rg i Yss IY cty FIRST PLACE Danny Mixon was awarded first placein Jack' Buford, field representativeof K: J, Kendall to rezone lot 17, ready to begin aa soon as the
liibbons presented to first and ? f fr. the division of Chemistry, experimentation at the 4th the Internal Improvement block 7, Highland Terrace Corps of Engineers gives Its okay
second place winners were: annual Parkway Junior High School science fair, held Fund, had recommended the Unit No 1, he rezoned from rrsulontiul and an soon as problems with the C
Biology: Botany, Laurie Burr Monday night. He is shown with a complex layout depicting City of Titusville net new bulk to IU:! to allow TownHouse City of Titusville are cleared up.
ht t, Debby Hock and Beth Watt- sw>iri ra..ab a chemical: study of the soils of North Brevard. head lines apaitme-nts
wood 2nd; Bacteriology, Mike r (S.A Photo). Buford has been reviewing '* Granted Jack Miller a special Thoirpson! appeared before City
Tucker 1st, Bob Luecking 2nd; + i' rA pending applications of bulkhead Council last night requesting
Zoology Earl Johnson 1st, Gary extensions by Don MacLean, et use permit to allow the operationof ) consideration! of his proposal of
Avis Car Rental his
Buckalew 2nd; Entomology, Buddy ai, and II C, Kirk. an at filling and bulkheading his submerged
Gull Service station at the Cor
Whitely 1st, Terrance Batts land for the yacht basin.
Junior Site After Inspection of the ahnreline -
High nor of Garden st. ono 1 Hopkins
2nd. The property in question>> is lo
of the newly added city limits Ave, The permit Is fur one year
Medical! Science: Psychology, cal td between the sewer treatment
Buford advised the city manager '* I Denied Kim Rardin rezonIng
John Ream 1st, Eileen Marks that he was going to recommend for property to allow multiple plant( and Buffalo Roadin
2nd; Physiology, Paul Marovich ::4i; the II fund take no actionon dwellings and duplex the northern purt of the city.

lit Health, Susan and Summerall Sanitation 2nd.: Food In Area ApprovedA the pending application. Granted, an extension of 15 According to City Consulting

Research, Sharman Sturchio 1st, GRAND WINNER Charles Tucker, 15-year-old ninth According. decision to Talmadgc.made in Ru.fend' days to complete house moved byE 1 Engineer! / : Charles Black, if the
was an B,
Pirtle to locatedon
Bobby Parker and Alice Louden grade student, was acclaimed "The Best In The Fair"Monday effort :X try and avoid piecemeal Rock Pit Itoad.r' property. proposed (fill and bulkhead is
2nd; Sanitation, Sherry Partlow night at Parkway's science fair Tucker is shown second( junior high school in re-use of plans of a junior high amendments\ to the bulkhead line allowed, the) Slate Board of 1
1st, Linda Mullis 2nd. here beside his Mineralivac machine in which he put'' a .North Brevard got a bogst! her 'now being built, if it will tit on and It was hjs) opinion), with the I lUulth will require the city to I
Earth Science: Geology, Charles year of work! anoj planning.,: (S-A'Photo). .* yesterday.when the School.Hoard the tract being purchased. -' growth of the city, additional applications i.f extend lit sewer outfall (the ,
Tucker' 1st. Eugene Burgess2nd authorized purchase of a 28 acre' Flans are far the school: to bn of extension would be f line that carries the chemically
; Meteorology, Wendy Dooley tract located a half mile west of bid during the coming summer forth coming. These could be +, treated pOI tIon Into the Indian j
1st; Oceanography, Nancy Kirt- Saturn V Launch Vehicle( ManagerTo Coquina Elementary School In with occupancy due for the tillof avoided, according to the field f f River) approximately 730 feet
ley 1st.Space. the Indian River area of Titus-. 1965. representative, by establishing a eastwardly from the terminal
Science: Travel, John ville. It was pointed out that the site new bulkhead line from the northto end of tho ex'.ting outfall.
Duncan 1st, Dick Alexander 2nd; Address C of C Kalfce f Klatch The land Is part of Nova is not four miles from Parkway the south city limits. Black estimates this extension to
Astronomy, Debbie Riggle 1st. Heights tract and Is located at Junior High, but that population Talmadge pointed out that this 1 cost>> between $40,000 and $50- I
Physics: ElectricityJohn Me- A very: interesting program has he was graduated in 1949 from the intersection of the extensionsof St. JUNIOR On Pag I would be an extremely difficult 000.

Call 1st, James K. White Bell 2nd 1st;, been: arranged: for the Greater the University of Alabama witha Knox-McRae Boulevard and I task In that everything south of City Manager C. B. Talmadgfl
Engineering, Harry Barns Avenue. It is just north of Ncvlns Court In the down town recommended the council take
Titusville Chamber BS in Industrial
2nd Electronics, of Commerce Engineering.
Karen
Moxley ; land being developed in the Indian Interested In section of Titusville tl) Bayvicw r no action on the request>>t due to
Charles Evans 1st, Clif FrUzcll Kaffee Klatch, Friday, March 13, In 19S2 at the U S. Naval Air River Heights
area. St. is primarily residential, while the! expenditures involve!
2nd. when Willard Halcomb, manager Station, Jacksonville, he assistedin Purchase price is $3,000 per everything south of Bjyview Is
Mathematics: Practical, Robyn for the third stage (CS-IV B) of the installing the Navy's' first acre. Helping Girl primarily zoned for multiple Attorney Tom Henderson, appearing -
Huber 1st; Theory, Dave Buirell Saturn V launch vehicle will be Engineered Performance Standards 1- The purchase is subject to the dwelling. In behalf of Thompson,
1st. the speaker Program utilizing time and board's building and planning A local campaign is on ta In other action 'last night, the reminded councIl of the fact that
Chemestry: Models and diagrams Halcomb's presentation will Include motion/\ study on aircraft overhaul division making a thorough,: Inspection rail money for a fine of a council: Thompson originally donatedthe !
Joe Ferguson 1st, Tommy slides and models of tne operations. Upon the successful: of the tract, which hat bond to got a pregnant unwed Adopted an ordinance allowing five acres of land for the sewer
1'oppcll 2nd; Experimentation "Merritt: Moon Launch Plans". installation of this program he already been inspected by board teenager out of |Jail and into Joseph W Campbell to rezone plant, and by doing so, had
Danny Mixon 1st, Ronny Elliot lIe will show how astronauts officials h now put his own property In
was advanced to the position of a local homo at toast until al.ter (- property located at northwest
2nd. will leave earth and land on the Superintendent of the !Inlittrial' It is probable that the new her baby Is born In Juno. corner of Delosplne and Mt Virgil B, ConkllngCoiikiing jcopaidy and asked the councilto
Special Activity awards went to moon and return, Pat homer Planning Division within the school will be constructed by a Dexholmoi Sterling Ayes from present residential consider the merits of this
the following: chamber president said today( Overhaul and Repair Depart. Cheryl Lynn classification to 113 to
Bacteriology-zoology, Mike I ll-yoar-old Morritt Island SeeksReelection Councilman Ed Willis said the
Tucker; Zoology, Earl Johnson; Born in Texas, Halcomb graduated ment. Atty General KynesTo girl, has boon found guilty of allow* multiple dwelling, council should seriously consider
Psychology anj Physiology, John from high school in Tusca- For approximately seven years, Be Here Thursday forging a chock for $8.17, using Approved ordinance petitioned !: the plight of Thompson. "By
loosa, Ala., and entered the Uni- he for by Claude Marlow to rezone
was responsible the planning
Ream; Health and Sanitation, the name of an acquaintance As giving! the land to the city he has
versity of Alabama to major in construction of the property at northeast corner of
Sturchio Earth Science spec State Attorney General James .
Sharman himself In
; on the cht Aeronautical Engineering. lie ialized production facilities anl, Magnolia
John Duncan Physics, will be at breakfast
Kynes guest a
; responsibility to him andI
now
Tom Waddoll Imposed from residential to B-l 1
present a
left school during World War II Installation of equipment required .
McCall Mathematics, Dave In his honor tomorrow morning
John ; think: should
County JudgeVirgil we keep this in
a $5,000 line or nlno mon classification to allow businessesand
and served Naval
Eurrcll Chemistry, Danny Mix. in Aviation, resuming to effect the transition of air. at Citizens Bank betweenthe "
; mind, he stated.Councilman .
ths In prison. She due upstairs,
his studies after the war S.. SATURN On Page S hours of 8 and 9:30.: was apartments
on to bo taken to the prison near Adopted ordinance to allow B. Conkling, County
The projects were judged with Kynes, In Brevard County in Randy NunnaUy
creative ability, skill, science in behalf of his campaign for elect Ocala Monday but ShorHf Joseph Campbell to rezone lot 2, Judge of Brevard County for the suggested that the possibility of
Leigh Wilson said ho had re- block 5, Indian River resilience, nine years'today announced,
past sharing th cot t be
thought, thoroughness: clarity ion as state attorney general, i explored between -
calved verbal Instructions to lots be rezoned from residential he had qualified as a candidate
and dramatic value in mind will address the Brevard County Thompson arid the property
Pie Association tonight and keep her In jail horo until fur- classification to Bl to allow, for re-election, subject to the owners to the north of his
spend tomorrow making his thor notlco.Mony stores and professional I offices 5.. CONKLING On Page I property

i rounds of tie county North Brovord residents The matter was tabled: for
Attorney Charles Broome DI( have of I.red help fustier study and, 'will be decided -
i Crofton, Brewer and Holland is families have offered to rake after the engineer has Investigated
is in charge of the breakfast.The her Into 'their homos, other. I the problem further

'tvv public Is invited. are offering financial aid. : Jll.T lF1w and reports r99de at the next

meeting, tWQ weeks from last

Karl Cites Needs In Legislative .1 "night


Turner SeeksReElection
: Re-Apportionmenl And Education \ w

Y Fair legislative representation problems facing us unemploy I .

t better and equal educational merit, racial differences, low r. ".

I facilities Integrity in &gov: wages<( and many more In this ,h : ,. John F Turner Sr., Melbourne.
r., eminent and a return to 'govern elate, we need a system of pub> ,, '" businessman and a member of r
ment in the sunshine" were th>" lie education that will provide ,; the BicvarJ School loan for the
4 l stepping stones that will be used every citizen the highest education past three years, Tuesday qualified
as a platform by Democratic they eon absorb, start' at a candidate for re-elect.
I candidate for governor Fred! lUll with the elementary, and } ion.
Cecil R. Rosier l i Karl.A continuing through; the universi l. .
e native of Daytona Beach, ties. :;'t A former member of( (lie Mal l I.
-r Karl disclosed these facts in Mi 'Since Brevard County and +':,.t tourne city communion and act-
Rosier SeeksNomination r '" he In civic affairs for!
.
: many
.1"' q.- platform during an open meeting Florida are considered the apace! .; ..
;" ""J t years, Turner is a former school
r; M4 :4 at Bayvlew Auditorium Monday center of the world, I think we : ; : toach"r amt I former 'Ineipal ofMelbourne

r.... .. evening, to an audience of need more accenablo highway High School
i about 73 people, composed mainly coining into this area from all the
Judge Cecil R. Rosier today HOSTESSES Among the hostesses for the Monday of school teachers. major cities within a radius of Ho Is a member of fie: Melbourne
declared his candidacy for reelection luncheon of Democratic candidates, with members of the Strongly supported by teach- 200 milei. U. S. 1 and Inter- Rotary Club and several

as Judge of the Small Democratic executive committee and Democratic women, en, one of the main points lUte 93 deserve the highest priority. WELCOMED Fred Karl, (left), a dcm.i- other organizations.!
Claims Court of Brevard County.He were the four women shown above. Left to right (seated) brought out by Karl was educa It is disgraceful and cratic candidate for Governor, is welcomed by Dave Currently, he Is serving as a
was originally appointed by Mrs. Sue Coleman and Mrs. Virgil Conkling; (standing) tiers ridiculous that four laned highways Eoyett of Titusville, his north Dretard campaign manager member of the Florida Sthool
Governor Farris Bryant in May; Mrs. William Boshoff and Mrs. W D. Bruner, who Is Education Is the closest thingto should be constructed to before his political speech at Bayview Auditorium Board Association hoard: of dir

S.. ROSIER On Page I county committee chairman.2 District' 11.



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Page 2 (Florida) Star .Advecttt Wednesday: Much 11, 1964 i I the past 18 years.

Marshal's main musical venture

'round since moving to Floridaten

town years ago was singing the
I Bach Festival In Winter Park

six years ago. But now his Interest
WItA Helve And Norte r willa t tartara fon has been renewed by his
Phone 217-3954 car .
of North Brevard
performance in The King and I,

In real life, Marshal Is single,
Advanced sixth level students of the program were Mrs. Anna favors on their trays tomorrow but as the "King" he has 17
r at Riverview Elementary School Freeman ana Miss Virginia I In observance of the 52nd birth wives, "74 children and expect

showed their kill in setting Bar.ta. day _of Girl Scouts. Junior Girl lag three more next month. In

tables this week as a conclusionto Scout Troop 975 made petal one scene he explains this number

studying about several fore. Logan and Mickey Manders of holders for special napkins decorated of children to Ann by saying .
ign countries in one class and Heritage Drive returned Sun with the Girl Scout emblem "I started late in life."
Welcome Wagon Plans "Mad torte etiquette in another. day evening after spending a a trefoil. The troop The show Is a "tender"

I 4 The children worked in nine delightful! week-eild in Jacksonville l leader: is Mrs. Harry Dell. comedy and Is sure to warm the

Hatter's" Luncheon groups! setting tables to represent Lad St. Augustine. Returning hearts of all who see it on April
March
18 Japan, Hawaii, Russia, Holland, with. them were Mickey's for 3, 4, 3, 10 and 11 in' TLT'J
.. England, Germany', France, mother( and stepfather, Mr. and Dropped by rehearsals building on Carlisle St
When the first sign of spring next Wednesday, March 18, at Mexico and Italy. A contest Mrs. Burton Foster from Chevy Titusville Little Theatre's pro
slips in women begin to think of the Torch Club.Activities tor the best table was judgedby Chase, Maryland. The Fosters duction, "the King And I'
d new hat. in with Monday night and from all The hats for St Tereaa'aCatholic
keeping
start with cards at
Mrs. Cleo Ramer, Mrs. Sara arc staying ot Howard Johnsons
these thoughts the Gateway 9:30 a.m., with lunch served at Birdsong and Mrs. Barhara Motor Ledge: but plan on spending signs the show is sure to be a Woman's Club's Spring
Welcome: Wagon Club has planned 1200.: Holder a great deal of time with hit. Jake Hannemann, musical Hat Sale' have arrived and the
a mad hatter's luncheon for Mrs. : director, i* having a ball sale will be held this Friday
Don Fryslie, program
In addition tor setting! the theft four grandchildren! Candy,
the children in from noon to 5 p.m. and Saturday -
with all
chairman, Is expecting to working
see a table according to the country's Joey, Jim and Kelly.
this show. At time duringthe from 9 a.m. til :9 p.m. in
Book Fair Plans lot of hidden talent revealed custom( the children preparedone one
at the luncheon. Prizes will be evening he traded places with Room "K" at St Teresa's
food typical of the foreign Weekend guests' of Mr and
Being Made Here awarded for the prettiest hat, r cuisine. Mrs H. E. Peek!' HI I So. Man- Jan Kilgore (Anna) and delighted School on Ojibway. Mrs. Ronald
the most original and, of << the youngsters<< by playing Morctto, chairman, tells us
course,
Fictional characters near and The table from France, centered tot, were daughter! Joyce and
"the teacher" for a few the hats are oil new Spring
the maddest.All ,
to the hearts of children with red candles and family friend, Mrs. Ceo. Skinner,
GARDEN CLUB SPEAKER Jack mintrtel' while Jan played the creations and will be "moder
Siebcnthaler
tear step from the pages of story man- Lilies, was awarded first place.A both from Miami. It sounds "
persons planning to attendare
land to be on hand for the ager and landscape designer for Florida Nursery and distinct feature of the table like Joyce has an exciting job. piano. ately priced.
urged to get busy on their
annual book fair at St. Teresa's imaginative creation. Landscape Co. in Cocoa, chats with Mrs. Charles Massey, was the plating of a spoon at the She if working with the Biscayn Had a most interesting chat -
Catholic School, tentatively center, program chairman and Mrs. Ike Rigell, president, Branch of the Federal Homemakers Clubis
of each Marilyn Hit- The Young
Mixed with the fun will be a top plate. with the "King" Roland Marshal
following
the
fihedulcd for April 10, 11 and 12. general meeting of Titusville Garden Club Moffett, Mariana, Bvreaa of Jnv llatlon.There's sponsoring a 'Good and handy' -
Lynn
short nour
meeting. At this time the tecently in the Woman's Club who is currently driving
tlans for the special event were building. Siebenthaler
sale Saturday, Marsh It, at
nominating committee will RiecWuto( and Connie Tourney from Cocoa Beach to be in the
pre. talked to the
announced by Mrs. Logan Mandejs women on "Waiting In The Wings For) You.
sent a slate of officers'for mem -Carlson( Photo prepared chocolate eclairs for a new display in the show This is Marshal's first the Indian River Plaza, with
4 library chairman, at Mon.day's )
bership approval. Serving on their French' dish. hobby case at the Public Lib. attempt at little theatre work many hand-made items and
meeting of the Home and
hool Association. this committee are Mrs. Fryslle, rr 'I xtr Second place was awarded to racy In honor of Girl Scout and he is enjoying it so much baked goods to be offered. Come
$ ,
to chairman, Mrs. Jim Fisher, Mrs. 44 a Debbie Mallory, Sandy Hall and Week. A variety of dolls from Ire hopes to do many more shows. one and all.

>!Mrs. Manders, general chair. Harry )ads, Mrs. Tony Novotnyand Carolyn Cullen for their unique other lands are centeted a- Marshal is with Joline's Bureau

tan of tire fair, told the group Mn. Ned Rust. table: letting from France. The round a little Brownie Scout doll and, although<< now living In P.E.O. Chapters Plan
there would be a wide selection of table cloth had a latge applique and a Girl Scout doll depictingthe Coco Beach, has been lookingfor
moo}) different books for age Mrs. Joseph Kennedy, president r of Italy In the center with namesof fourth Girl Scout Law, "A "just the right property"here Oyster Roast Friday

trough from kindergarten extends an invitation to all famous( Italian cities embroidered Girl Scout is a friend to all, a in the Titusville area. He Chapter Z of P.E.O. met
I Junior High School. The ladies in this sister to other Girl Scout.
area especiallynew around it. In the every heard about the show from June Thursday night at the home of
site' will be held in
classroom
folks in town. Just call
center were two wine bottle Carter (who plays his numberone Mrs. Philip Crannell in Whispering
3< at the school and will berl'n Mrs. Fryslie, 267-4318 for reser candle holders and a pizza. Dr. Mary Park, president of wife), attended one meetingand Hills. Plans were made for

? to the public. No books will vations for cards and Mrs. Fisher i Christine Holste, Donna Hawkins Erevard County Unit, Cancer a rehearsal and got the part. on oyster roast at.the Packwood
he priced over $3.
267.7060. for luncheon reservations I Wtnnah Rehberg and Drive will speak to all workersfor His first interest In music place near Oak Hill next Friday

Iln addition to numerous story by noon Tuesday, March Julia Mazzatto prepared an attrattlva the North Brevard Cancer dates back to high school days night, with chapter DT, and hus-
book characters there will be
17th. Both con give any information J' fresh fruit plate to be Drive Friday at 8 p.m. in the where he sang in choral groups bands of the members.
clowns, rides and other
features pony to delight desired concerning the club. served from their third prize community room at Citizens and church choirs. Following Officers for the year were el.

special aad old alike attending the young fair winning table from Mexico. The Bank. The four local chaptersof graduation, Marshal sang/ professionally ected, also delegates to the annual

Mrs. Helen Durlan is assistingMrs. VFW AuxiliaryTitusville girls/ used Mexican place mats Beta Sigma Phi Sorority are on radio and in night state convention in Orlando

Manders and anyone else and a coconut palm filled with working on I the drive this year clubs. April 29th were elected.
Wanting to work on the project is Auxiliary 4228, vet-I maracas and a miniatute straw under the chairmanship of Mrs. After a hitch In me service
requested' to phone 267-4277. erans of Foreign Wars, held hat as a centerpiece Oneta! Leutwyter. AH members Marshal attended De Paul University

monthly meeting Monday A group of boys set a table of the sorority and anyone in Chicago where he Mr.Mtrich William 10 tnllli ruFi>Went iToK vnlun-<
proceeds from the sale will be March 2, at the VFW home with typical of England using silver else interested In the drive are majored in music. Later, however tnrlly ....pa rated hlmxvlt from Mor-
used to much needed library Mrs. Vaughn Gilbert, president, furd Klvclrlo: Inc. on February J6,
purchase candlesticks to attend the in .
and china. They urged meeting. his interest a professional ivies A of thin lain we urn no
books for the school. The presiding. did an excellent job and look. musical career slackenedand longer mponilble for any Indebted.ne. .
I Incnrred toy him.
recommended number of school I ed lovely In their "Beetle" Patients at Jess Parrish Memorial he entered the travel business Morford fcjpclrlc Inc
library) books per student Is ten, The highlights of the meetingweie By T. J(. Morfor.l.' Pre.
have special where he has remained for
wigs The teachers in charge Hospital will March 11. 13 IW-F) 1996$.
Mrs. McArdle and
the minimum number required is : Harry I
fje. At present time, St. Ter Mrs. H. H. Scheibel received -
esa's school does not even have their obligation and with Mrs. '

a'mlnimum ot one book per stu- Elsie Haddox, a transfer from j

dent which shows the urgent need Gulfport, Miss., were welcomedInto .I FIRST TRY FRCDRICKS
tc increase: the number of booksavailable the Auxiliary.
.
to the'students..
preceding the meeting, p..i> At this time )it was voted to j YOUR FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE
eats enjoyed an entertaining pro- Send a cash donation to the
gram by students In the fifth June convention and to send a FRENCH TABLE SETTING First place winners ina
geode class of Sister M. Immac- donation to the Cancer Aid and table setting contest for advanced sixth grade level stu TERRIFIC SAVINGS IN EACH DEPARTMENT !

uftta. Research Fund. This fund pays dents at Riverview Elementary School were, sitting,
grants to the Auxiliary membersfor Marilyn Ritnour, left and Lynn Moffett. Standing are

OES Welcomes medical care and treatment.It Mariana Ricchuito, left and Connie Taumey. The young
girls' attractive table Was set according to French
\(isiting Members was reported that $17.00 was cus
tom. Carlson
( Photo). FOR EASTER COMPARE 29.99MEN'S DOOR BUSTERI
sent to the National Health and
Titusville Chapter No.6, Or. Happiness Fund, which is used Card Party Benefits
do} of the Eastern Star, held at the National VFW Home in Student Loan FundThe SUITS $$19.99 BOYS' 10-Oz. Sizes 6 to 12

itt regularly meeting Tuesday Eaton Rapids, Mich. It
night with visiting members voted to send a donation was for monthly card party given With Two Pair PanisMEN'S DUNGAREES E $$1.00)

welcomed from the Grand Chap by the Woman's] Club of Titus.
gifts for mothers at the home on Brown Blue Green
ten of Illinois, Ohio and Mass Mothers Day, The members also ville, Inc., will be held on March PAINT NOW f fI BROADCLOTH S. SLEEVE: Compare At $1.991S
the following dates were an- voted to send a check to the 16th at the Woman's Club Build i

nrtlnced on the chapter calendar World Clothing Fund, Inc., St. ing, beginlng ot 7.30: p.m. $188 3 For

: Louis, Mo., for the needy: All proceeds from these par PAY LATER I SHIRTS S I Each $5.00 SPORT COATS 5.88 1.88

+Tuesday March 17 Mrs. children in Kentucky. ties are added to the club's student DON'T MISS THESE! To

Wjhnie Blyth, Past Grand Matron The loan fund. Mrs. J. J. Up To 5 Mos.
next business
meeting will Condos, club
president
announces
of the Grand ot
Chapter
1'l be held April 6 at the Post that there are prizes for each With No Carrying
rida will be honored at the
Home. table and a door prize Charge !
regular meeting of the chapter. _
Friday ..'........ ................ .. .- .. .
March 20 Dessert ""XNY''N X"< .VM7Cannon's DOOR BUSTERf BOYS' STRIPE SEERSUCKER
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March 11, 1964 T '''''''I''d.( ) Slam. Advocate .*te '
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< American Legion Auxiliary Active In Hospital, Citizenship Awards .. ;: ..U.UThe


American Legion! Auxiliary chairman, told the member Another activity the juniors for mid.April with proceeds usedto corned" as a new member: l inth j jI

has received an imitation that the girl chosen to attend will take part in Is the dre'slrm htilld up the unit's general I *' auxiliary i

ts: an Open House at the! Girl State this year will be invited of a doll in Ecuadorian costume fund Members!' or friends who. Refreshnlentt of donuts and J
American Legion Crippled to the April 13 meeting for In the state contest I
entering
h ive rummage:: may call Mr roffpr< won' served by Mrs. ; I
Children's Hospital St. Petersburg Shii i i., chosen by the faculty of The unit has contributed to .
\'ra Gautlrt jr- 1494
April 5, from 1 to 4 p.m. Titusville High School, with the CARE which this year will RO 1
The hospital located at 23V' ) approval of the auxiliary, and to Ecuador, but voted Monday !Mrs Lucille IMnhart was wel HO

2Snd A\e South, is one! of the will attend the mm k state of to send another contribution earmarked '
three crippled children's hospitals Seminole in Tallahassee in June. I + II+
"Life With Water"which
BJC Art Head SlatedAs in Florida that the! local Mr,<. Condes also reported that will help provide badly 1RMV

I Marriage Talk At JWC MeetThe Guest ArtistAt unit of the auxiliary contributes she would present the Foreign needed" pumps In sections of the DAYS U1i""R 'j
each "O :
f> year. Relation: program at the April country where water is scarce \\ .

Public Affairs Departmentof JWC cookbooks. The book titled Art LeagueFrank The unit will again present 27th meeting when Mrs. Ray Mrs. Ruth Dell of Melbourne -.I f

the Titusville Jr. Women' 'Culinary Capers' sells for nand Biglow: head of the Art medals to an eighth grade boy Forward will talk on Ecuador. nth district president' will make

Club presented a most interesting contains favorite recipes of Jr. Department of Bre\ard Junior and girl for citizenship and Good one ftev and Mrs. Forward spent hr official I visit to the unit on !t r
to a high school senior( for 14 missionaries there OutdoorPilsPalios Bar.B.Oue
program at the March 3rd meet. Women's club members! Mrs. College, will be guest artist at years as '
Girl Citizen, reported Mrs. Wm. Match 23id. She will learn th.i
ing held at the Women'i Club John Weitc and her committee Mrs. Mae Hanes, unit historian I
Ti
of the
the March 18 meetlnf
Building. Guest speaker was Dr. really outdid themselves preparing tusville Art League. H Barnard, Americanism chair suggested that the junior the Titusville Unit No. I 11 I 100!) .11 i ,
R L. Dicks, marriage counselorof these cookbooks.Mrs. man. members make a history to enter percent In all mandatory fund .
Phase If Art" is the subject -
Orlando, who's topic was'Making Jack Larks, club president "Any Mrs J. J. Condes, Girl State in competition. The juniors, pa if I into the Department) of Brick Stone Block
Biglow has chosen! and one
Marriage Work." announced that the Jr. although they have been memo Floiid.i and membership in the ..,
which he is well versed. All
Dr Dicks began his carrer 21 club will be holding a mother- VISITS IN MIAMI btrs of the unit for several unit has reached 130 percent of FREE ESTIMATES WE'LL PLAN FOR YOUI!
years ago at the Mass General daughter tea to( honor our spon persons Interested in art are and invited Mrs. H. II Coleman is visiting! wars. have been organized only quota. Annual\ report form j
to attend this
Hospital and has since worked in sor the Sr. Women's Club of Ti demonstration, meeting at 8:00 at the home of her daughter cince; Feb. 10 this year They are in the hands cf the vanou I INSIDE: FIREPLACES A SPECIALTY I
various hospitals and taught in tusville\ on March 22nd:! at the Wo beginning : Mrs Chas Robichaud in Miami have been holding weekly meetings chairmen or s'rrl'lal'Qnd: will

Chicago before coming to Or. man' Club building, All Senior p.m. The Roblchauds recently were nn Wednesdays after school, l lie vent to t, distilct chairmen withIn YERGER CONSTRUCTIONAM
lando He stated that "Bad and Jr. club members are invitedto !
marriages
transferred there from Detroit. md now meet at the Legion Hall. a few days
destructive marriages, are attend and bring their daughters Deborah Class Meets Mich Pam Greco Is junior chairman. A rummage sale Is planned 7.5728
the breeding grounds of physicaland .
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emotional illnesses" He also The Titusville JWC will also be .. _
stated that communication, the hostess club for the March March meeting of ths
laughter and understanding are 18th county meeting to be held in Deborah Class of the First Baptist -I i,
three important factors in a good Titusville. All reservations must Church was held at the
marriage:;: An open discussion and be in by !March\ 14th. Mrs\ James home of Mrs. John Hock Mrs 1 RIVER lfi 4x ,
question and answer period followed K. Davidson Is In charge of the Fannie Thompson was given a >
I N D I IAN M.\IU>:
the speech. spring salad buffet. unanimous. vote of confidence

Following the program, members A nominating committee was and was asked to stay on as
and guests enjoyed a short elected consisting of the follow. president --
fashion show conducted by Mrs. ing members: Mrs!!. Sheldon It was decided to start a studyof 'PLAZA11I
EdwarJ Wright Jr. Four mem Brown, Mrs.\ Jim Luce, Mrs. the Book of Psalms at the

bers of the club :Mrs Ken Shipe, Donald Simon, \Mrs\ Richard W. next meeting This will replacethe .. ;: Yr _
Mrs\ W. D. White, Jr., Mrs. Van Horn, and Mrs\ Earl E. devotional Mn. Smith will

Hooks James, R modeled. Hertzel outfits and Mrs.they G.had II Snyder also taken., a straw hat ballot\ was preside.Color slides were shown of Docs your FREE !I !f I ILEARN. I STUNNING

made m order to compete in the Following the meeting: mem the Sweetheart Dinner by MIS.Flortncr. watch runFAST '
club sewing contest. :Mrs\ White bers enjoyed refreshments of -TO-BOWL
StromMM
received a $5 gift certificate as punch, cake, nuts and mints The :
Hock served delicious SHIFTSby
a
runner up and Mrs. Hooks received table decorations followed the \ FILM
desert lunch in keeping with St ?
a $10 gift certificate theme of the evening and the
id/
winner. Mrs\ Hooks will repre table centerpiece was a bride and Patrick's day theme. PRESENTATION
sent the club at the county sew groom flanked on each side by Those attending wereMiss:
ing contest on March 11th at the lovely wedding cakes. Vtndol Ray, Mrs E H Stigall, t Five Week Series Starting I Lincoln Modes of Miami
Cape Colony Inn. Cocoa: Eeach Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Raymond Smith, Mrs. E R.. It may only need readjusting. t Thursday March 12, 10:30
Judging the contest were Mrs. Mrs. J. H Hertzil. \Mrs\ diaries Rogers, Mrs Robert Cato, Mrs Why not,1\ t11'' A. M
Virginia Neal, Mrs. Helen Stone, \Massey\ Mrs. Jerry Ficnstem, Alton Fryer, Mrs. Bert Gass come In and receive
and Mrs. Patricia Gipson. Mrs. Ro.iald Halcombe, Mrs\ Mrs. Den Hursey, Mrs Sam our free inspection Free 1 hour lessons

Reports were given from var Frank Colombo, and Mrs. J. Stay, Mrs. Robert( Strom and service? Y /' v i Free Shoe s
ious departments and it was an Phillips\ Epecial quest and close neighbor 1 '
nounced that the youth conservation Guests present included Mrs. Mrs W. W. Preston t+ Free Bowling Practice I I
We A'so} Do Fine Quality c j .
department under Mrs. Gladys Coggins, Mrs. Ails Ann WW 1 Free Nursery, l ling I t tC
Jack Freed, is sponsoring a 'Dayin Patterson, !Mrs Gretta !Mathcny\ Bethany Routh Circle Jewelry Repair. I
Court' for club members on Mrs Chris Benncr. Mrs\ Rita To Meet ThursdayThe i Bead Stringing 8t Call 267.7118 for
!March\ 19th This was highly Novotny, Mrs. Billie Sue Hollej Engraving. Further Informationl!
successful last year and all mem Bethany Ruth Circle of
bers are urged( to attend the! First Methodist Church of 4Z
VISIT BAKES HOME RIVER LANES
( request went out for Titusville will meet at the homeof Jay Bee Jewelers i
Members to donate either timeor M/M and Mrs Albert E. Mar- Mrs Roy Stackhouse, 14)

material to the Mu\ Mu project key of Plttsburg:, Pa., while en- Bermuda Ave., Thursday, BOWLING 4
undertaken by Mrs. Hans T. route to Miami, stopped recentlyand March 12, at 10 a m Indian River Plaza 267,3897 Indian River City Indian River Plata 1/"

Walker and her home life departnjcnt. visited at the liakas homeon Mrs. Frank Kirkland will "The Store With A Conscience" Indian Rica City r ,
So far 28Iu!\ Mu's have I Garden St have. charge of the program. +
bf en made for the women at Sun- I
I land Hospital in Orlando, but the I I

will goal\ be is 50.sewing These each busy volunteers Tuesday, ALL UNION BARBER SHOP I OPEN

Wednesday! and Thursday morn- INDIAN RIVER: 5gy! : i \ I i'/

ing at the Women's Club building. Hours: 8:30: 6:00: I I
Mrs!\ Peter Gaenicke chairmanof 9 AM 9PM
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the Fine Arts Department, announced Closed Wednesday & Friday (j exall
that the knitting lessons 7 DRUGS SUNDAY JkI
would again this month.
resume highly successful and Haircuts: $1.50 Adults, $1.75 Flattop ITES 9AM-6PM
They were
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Mrs\ James K. Davidson plans to i
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Fine Beach Arts on March Festival.11th.in Cocoa Pete's Barber Shop Jake's Barber Shop SHAMPOO ;2.50$1.50$ VAGINAL FOAM III; $$1.69 Y u uI
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Sweeping! the relays. Titusville
ttp1.. iMcal. .... E.. High: swimming teams successfully .:I'W"r''

Yesterday afternoon we were at Titusville High Schoolto opened their seasons here AND VIEWS t I
defeating of
watch the Terrier and Eau Gallie baseball game, howeverwe yesterday a pair ./
squads from Vera Beach
wound up talking football with Charlie Huggins be- j
Coach Larry Monhoilon'j boys __ H__ _ __ __ _
tween innings. swept to a 67.20 victory wlulo w r
Huggins, a left fielder for Titimillc, talks football every Coach Sue Thomas sit Is edged 4a
chance he gets, so we make up a good pair, as far as conver the visitors 5040 1 1r

sations go. The boys not only took both ; G
If ,gridiron: fans remember, about 4 months ago( Charlie relay races but piled up nix other

Hugging was a tall, lanky, 163 pound quarterback, who some first places, with Mark Hepburn
people previously said could never make the grade but who and newcomer Jim Ingram:: each t I
finished as the beat field /general in the county and was winning two. 1" I s '" 111 y ,
selected to the All-Drevard football team. The girls needed the two ray! 1MRr '

The Charlie Huggins of four month. ago is no longer victories as they won only three
end give him about six months more and he could be prime first places in the nine other

material for any college. His slender frame displayed dur events. r
ing football season i ii now filled tint, due mostly to hard Hcpuiirn, the Terrl-r's. lending:
workouts with weights and sitting behind a table filling up swimmer last year to<.k the with "groceries". and 400yard free style! races

. From 165 pounds( during the football season Hugging is Ingram, a Iran fcr ttudi-nt. wen
now tipping the scales at nearly 180 pounds and, at the rate both the :ate! yard, inlividu.il, .

he s going now, he may hit the 190 or 195 mark by the time medley and the 1UO'ynrj butter
. d
gild season': starts in Sentcmber. fly
We really noticed Charlie when he was standing up at (fitch took th- 51 y;ir.I free tvlo 'h I 8t 1

. the plate. His arms appear to have grown about an inch in and Keller won the divan!. Djrn
length, half inch thicker across the muscle and his uniform hill. Keller, Parker Crane amt

. fits so tight across the shoulder if he takes a big swing, he Smith picked, up 51'011,1,I plots
: might rip the seams. and Barnhill, Dc.Sirlo, Walker
0 "We're gonna be tough next year," Charlie said. "Most Buchanan and) D.lark!\ won \ : TURNS CORNER Jim Ingiam, a transfer student at

. cf the boys have been working out with weights since foot third places. a'r Titusville High School is taking a deep breath and pre
ball season was over last year and there's gonna be some Swim ming on the ::::00 yt rd medley : : t: paring to turn back the other direction during the 200

S hosses out there, just you wait and see" 1 relay team were Buchanan, errWHO .__.__.. ___ .........u.-... _..... ; .w.t.; ; ,... yard individual medley against Vero Beach Tuesday at
D Mark Austin v -- --- ------- the S-A Photo .
' however, Hucjgins is not the only one putting on weight. and I'ittman the TITS pool, Ingram won event -( )
S Charlie Griffin, the big bear, looks to be weighing/ a. Winning the 200.yard free style FIRED THE GUN? Swimming School swimming team's first victory of
: bout 200, and he will probably be hitting around 215 or were DcScrio, Crane, CJitch and Coaches Larry Monhollon and Sue Thom the season. Both boys' and girls' team defeated -
when the starts. Smith. as didn't have time to get on their mark; Vero Beach here Tuesday.-(S-A
more season Pool!
Don Toney i 104 one plaveT on the team who could consider First t place winners for tile they were swamped and i I thrown in immediately Photo). Spaceport Swimming Open I
himself having troubles. girls wire Sindall In the diving, following the i Titusville High

S He is caught between the bull and the barbed wire Miller In the 100yard backstrokeand
: fence. Boyd in the 400-yard frie- To Members Saturdays & SundaysTitusville i

. Track coach Don Godwin "Take off of that style
says some and close at :3
High School Space. on Saturday p.m.
weight and can run the 100 yard dash in 10.2 seconds." Picking up second places wire
you King In the 200.yard freestyle C. Big Meet TodaySome port swimming pool will be opento Sunday hours will be from 1 p.m
On the other hand, football coach John Gaines "Puton
says S
to
Miley in the 200 yard individual the public, on weekends only p.m.
that weight, boy we need all we can get.
medley, Carlson In the 100-yard beginning Saturday according to Scarbrough said Individual
: "So what can I do, laughed Don. butterfly B. Morton in the 400 cf Brevard CounlJ'1 p function Interfcrrcd with the season and fans of this race look THS Principal Truman Scarborough membership! cards, which cost $1
His father says, "He just keeps eating, keeps gaining will in June, and students
yard freestyle and McCarthy in finest! track men are at TItUSV e schedule. forward to their meeting later expire
weight and keeps running the 100-yard breaststroke High School as four of the" bigfive" &: Coach Don Godwins track this year. The pool will open at 12 noon who have cards from last year
Tony missed nearly all of football last year when he will still be eligible for swimming -
Winning third
places were C schools clash in a meet jut I other
schedule shows only one
banged up a knee during the second game of the season, but Favored to win today's meet is Family pool membershipare
MIley Lang, T Miley (two), 3 p.m today In the TIIS InvitUtional. meet, excluding the county at 23.2 which Is one second better ;:
from all evidence it's back in fine shape. lie's running the Matheny and Mclclrum i meet, that will involve all five Cocoa High School. Fred Tucker than Cocoa and nearly two sec $10 a year, which enables an
J 100 in a little over 10.6 along with turning in good time with On the winning 200.yard med. Titusville Terriers, after upsetting teams at once, which will be one of several Tiger standoutswas onds faster than the best Titus entire family to swim free for an

the relay team.Anyway ley relay team were Mcldrum, the Class A State ChampioisDjytona April 11 at the Eau Gallic In recently clocked at 15.6 in ville time full year.
we got to see the ball game and the swimming McCarthy, Boyd and Matheny the high hurdles, the best time Admission is 25 cents for students -
Seabreeze last week h vitational.( Eau Galilee Calloway will profile
team both in action, sandwiching the pigskin chatter in On the winning 200-yard freestyle | in the county this year. and 50 cents for adults for
a dual! meet, will host Cocoa, According to various reports, it all three schools with a
between. relay were Lang P. Morton, King In other competition, Cocoa will those with $1 l membership cards.
.
Satellite and Eau Gallie teams
: Little right handed pitcher and left handed 'batter and Carlson. Melbourne was originally enl,,d1 may schools be a that good thing Melbourne for the other withdrew probably take the lead in the 100 good mark in high jumping, especially "A qualified lifeguard will be

: Wayne Craddock pitched a brilliant 5-hit game and also hit The boys were never beaded ed although another school ? yard dash Last week against since breaking the on duty at all times and concession
the
a home run In the second Inning with one man on base. Crad- after the opening relay race, In "t from the contest, as Satellite! Cocoa's Butler ran a county record and setting a new stands will" be open for re
dock's line' drive Into right field soared around 330 feet which they picked up seven > Bulldogs' have a too, squad. TIIS 10.2 however, Clive Calloway of ore at 6'4". freshments," Scarborough added.
0 front
21.18. Once again the visitors athletic director John Games and
one of the longest home runs registered at THS. points. Eau Gallic could be a contender I I
track coach Don Godwin both
Gary Hart a sophomore third baseman, made several ( started chipping away and since he ran a 10( ::5 here against
nice The girls picked up seven In they passed the local girls wilh'a agree Cocoa and. Melbourne will Titusville last week.
running plays across to first base and also chewed off
a hunk of wood and plastered a home run into left field the opening relay but fell behindas one-two performance in the lanyard be the teams: to beat as! usual. Compared! to( the Ten'ers' i Brevard Lumber CompanyREADYMIXEDINTRANSIT
a result of the third event Brevard has two of the best t
scoring Tim Barrowman from second base. freestyle. They stayed Cocoa is ahead in nearly all other
It was a hey-day for the Terriers who nine the 50-yard freestyle-In wnich ahead until Boyd and B Morton milers in the state Titusvillc'sMaury events as far as time is concern CONCRETE
got runs on '
nine hits, beating Eau Gallie, 9-3. the Vero Beach girls won. onp- took a one.two (in the ninth event Roberts won fourth; in the ed. In the 880 yard relay, Cocoa m Building Material Lumber m Paint Hardware
two. At this point the :.jltors the 400 this state meet last year and has ROOF TRUSSESLet
Coach Monhr lJrm's -yard freestyle, at has a 1:3U: while Titusville's WE BUILD
Larry >
forward also swimming team took a big took a 13.12 lead. They stayed point it was 40.34. Vero picked up turned in a 4:37.1: as his best mark has been a 1:36.2: against Us Gin You An Estimate -
splash yesterday and beat Vero Beach
In both .
and ahead after the fourth event.18 16 six points in the 10th event to time this year-although not Eau Gallie Prompt Delivery Phone AM 7-3831)
boys' girls' .
competition.Craddock
but Sindall won the diving and make it 4340 and set the stage pushed. as yet. Melboui n 'i Sid Satellite's 200 yarJ runner
put the Terrlerettes back in for the final event-the relay. Merchant has run a 4:307 this News, has been clocked officially
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Wayne Craddock won his fir..t The Terries picked up nine, 41 I IX11 ,

S starting role as a pitcher and n ns on nine hits, and Craddock r ,
: knocked a two-run homer here
three five hits.
gave up runs on t
Tuesday as the Titusville Tirfieri %olst i
opened up with both barrels Titusville with a record! of 22
S and blasted Eau Gallic 93 will host Melbourne. Central Cath Ill I

: Craddock gave: up rive hits and die Friday afternoon. t Vt

.. walked only two batters! while on ,I /
: the mound and then hit 2 for 3, The Titusville Star 1
including a I:omer in the second

s inning that cleared the 310 mark, Advocate, 1 1st in circulation I ui ulI ,
bringing:;: In Dan Bingham from r l 1 f 1
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first bisf, amt later hutting a in No. Brevard r si
line'drive single in the same Jircctkm. .

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Sophomore third baseman
} Gary Hart also Knocked a home ,

0 rin into deep left field f ring/!!nj in
: Tim Barrowman who
earlier I I Il It It
0 gained second, base with a double
: into center Hart's slam' came t
0 only mirntrs after end 'lork hit

: Ms, bringing' a roar of approval t
: from the Terrier fans who were DOG

: present RACING LET OUR SAVINGS PROGRAM MAKE

: At the end of the first Inning,
the score was tied 11 after Eau
: Oullie scored on a walk and two l. DOLLARS FOR YOU $ $ $ / t
1 ,ts and Tit'sulle counted' on aground l
: : ( bill hit by Charlie Ibg
S fins scmng, Gene Melvin who ALL SAVINGS ARECOMPOUNDED I) ,

: was on as a result of a fielder's SorrylN II

'. choke Titusvillc's big' hitting

: came: in the s""ond inning spree when Racing NIGHTLY QUARTERLY $ -

: Hart and Cradd*k hit their home 1:10: EXCEPT SUNDAY J

i Ins storing four runt and I Bob 1
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Comparato who reiihcd! first Matinees WEDNESDAY

: base on a.walk, stole I'conll( I, thin FRIDAY SAT 2 p, M, AT. The IFrtendly dank '3
advanced to third and scored: on

two! ccnseci'live wild pit;:hes. LADIES' NIGHT THURSDAY RIVERSIDE AT BROADTITUSVILLE i
The Terriers led 6.1 at the end

cf two compute innin< HEATED CLASS GRANDSTAND ENCLOSED 1 FLORIDA
Craddock! Hart and Melvin\ LUXURIOUS CLUBHOUSE CITIZ ,
/gain scored in the sixth inningen VALET PARKING i

one hit two walks and two MIMBIft r..,,..

errors. -- [
Eau GaBle scored their; final J

run in the seventh on one hit, a TITUSVILLE'S :ELDEST AND LARGEST FINANCIAL INSTITUTION
Hwy. 17-tt Bet Sanford, Orlando
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,- Brevard Will Have One Entry LL Officials Meet
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[ : ::: \ In Motorcycle (fassic FridayBrevard Titusville Little I.e.sue officials WEEKLY RUMMAGE SALE f

'" will meet tonight in the frienl
All Kinds of Rummage) For Sale-We Accept DonationsOf
t. Y :;''iao, ; flew., M ;a.. County will have one opens the Classics on Friday, ship room at Citizens Bank at Your Reusable ItemafBUYER'S
.1.---JRD" / entry in the annual AMA Motorcycle March 13Daytona. 7:30 p.m. to select their managers .

.', .<::;, ,. ; ,'" < Classic at Daytona International officials expect new and coaches for the coming
Speedway starting FrI. season. BARGAIN SHOP f
... .. speed records to be broken since
; I day in Daytona Beach. the races will be run on the full According t to( Shirley Mix\ son. 1121 S, Washington Avenue

-scat.SSarL__ 1, ;'. Robert Fisher, of Satellite t. road and track, 3,1 course, with League secretary, at least :52
Beach will drive a Triumph the 200 winner possibly averaging men will be selected} anti. appoint Open Thurs. FrU and Sat. AM 7.3738

cx 1en a [ .- Bonneville 650: cc competition 100 miles per hour for the (ir.'t t ed a team at tonight; meeting Operated by St Teresa Catholic Woman's Club
1T T'i ; roadracer. time in the 27 year history of the The actual little league; season I
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.J event I li will begin! In May
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tJ,; t'j Tony Murguia of KeyVcst, GO..GO..GO t

L1.: .t4? rated as the state top handlerof -j .
a motorcycle, will go to the
: post in the Classics feature-the

,: finished Daytona In 200 the on 1963 Sunday AMA Murguia Grand GOOOf *

1: National standings with a total > Et\R!

'0". of 31 points In the Daytona 200
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important
i .: A rare Tony

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for $12000 in prize money and a
WIERD FISH GAINS ATTENTIONRayi south of the Titusville causeway Monday. whopping 101 national points SPRING BONANZA !
f
i 4, McMillan ((1 lift) and an unidentified fishing According to reports, this is the first
buddy hold the 20-inth sturgeon that sturgeon ever landed in this area.-(S-A John Kleddrowskl of Neptune;
.f McMillan caught in the Indian River, Photo). Beach anti Joe Kenney, 1'insa
cola will ride for Florida In the

ashore in Russia in 1912 It was 100 mile amateur race which
14' 2" long. SALE PRICED! Fnwts :

Sturgeon Caught Here A fish story?
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with the Russian catch, they still
Sluiks k of the
no a any ang. .
boast northern
can they caught a
Icrs at Carrow's market.
sturgeon in Florida waters I
Although the fish only weighed when the thermometer was RECLINING

No Bull But RecordAccording S pounds and could I not. compare reading a "cool" 75 degrees
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and the!! rest of the crew, a Slur. most of them saying the fish I CHAIR I
geon fish Is generally found in cvidentally became last

tne Northern and colder regions, But, Curtis Wilson, manager of Notice of Public HearingThe

so this provides a good question the Merritt Island National Wild. CHOICE OF SEVERAL COLOK3 Sf'' t u

what would a sturgeon be doingin life Refuge and a member of the City of Titusville will hold a public hearing on Tuesday,

sunny Florida Sports Bureau of Fish and Wild. March 24, 1964 at 7:30 p.m, In the Council Room to hear Interested CONVENIENT FOOT REST w r> "

This is the question!! that was life said "It t is uncommon to persons In regard: tog IDEAL FOR TELEVISION .
facing some of the fishermen at catch a sturgeon In this area, al.
Carrow Fish Market, after Ray though it would not be uncommon An application to rezone the following described property from r

McMillan a commercial angler for the fish to be present They Its present R.1A (city) classification to an R.3 (city) classificationto USE OUR $ 95 NO

came walking Into the establish very seldom bite at bait or a allow apartments.This EASY.PAY 29 MONEYPLANI

ment carrying a long, slender! false plug, and as in this case, $l2SWkly DOWNI
has .
application been
mad by Tom Yoder with permission
thorny specimen of a fish, that about the only way they are :
of Llndsey, Inc.
owners
was later discovered to be a caught is to get tangled;: in a net."

iturgeonWeighing. "It cannot be argued, that a The legal description of which I II: Begin at the SE corner

: approximately 5 sturgeon is strictly a salt water of Lot 17, Block A, Bon Air Subdivision:
pounds, at least 20( inches long, fish, because it Is possible they DISH RACK OIYITHYUN1 14"x 12 "x 5 '
the fish was caught in one of can adapt themselves to freshwater First Addition, according to the plat thereof recorded! In ; DtsH PAH 2 Nava 1
McMillan nets behind the Cit. if they become landlocked. Plat Book 18 at page 71 of the Public Records of Brevard \ DISH RACKDRAIN'MAT .

I Izcns Dank Just south of the 11tusulle However, the large percentage of County, Florida; said SE corner of Lot 17, being the 1LLPUAPOSETOB

causeway, Monday( ccning species arc found in salt water. "Point of Beginning, and the SW corner of lands herein d*. L1. ,

This time of the year, sturgeon scribed thence run a assumed bearing along the easterly JUMBO EISNPANj'
I "I I dirln know what it was, in begin hunting for fresh water for line of Block A, slid Bon Air Subdivision for a distanceof ,

I fact, I almost t threw it back in, spawning purposes. 240.00 feet to the south R/W line of Bon Air Street; 01

but I thought I might as well "There are more than 200 spec. thence run S.89* 39' 20' East along' said south RWIn./ ateaorlf 1 9. :Ti1 I 400

save the darn thing end find out ics and sub species and appar for a distance of 50.40 feet to the east line of said Bon Air
'J< what it was," McMillan! said. ently, they can live in both fresh Subdivision, First Addition, thence run N.0* 07' west along

.. Sure enough, after being en and salt water," Wilson added. said east line of Bon Air Subdivision 'for a distance of

alyzed by nearly every commercial A primitive sort of fish, the 363.96 feet to the NE corner of' Lot 1', Block B, Bon Air \ r.Eur rlak,ne1r...eII I.-.I: hnln.r IIIrM II 9.lyrrl.lrn.wee. d 100 cheek%.

fisherman in Titusville, and sturgeon has a toothless mouth Subdivision thence run $..,* 40' East for a distanceof \ \\ has ..,.. Iran aprlq. .
comparing itlth facts and and eats small fish and plants 50.0 feet; thence run N.9* 10'40" West for a distance Mill-bin tahM full I.drain.W! er h:!rd(fbl b''r.. to :4 :::::"Tnly' .n.rtne.Mta,,:

drawings obtained through a that can be sucked In. of 183.54 feet to the easterly extension of r .,It".I. frtttf rt.r.r.l..c ,r e ( *1 We r.mhwrMa!. V.." nrw,
"fishy bock", the thing" on the DRAIN MAT salon. t"y l. .1.! .n lb" rHvlni : TUB
:: An official record shows the center line of Gibson Street; thence run S.89* 40 I'nhmkakU.. A r ratanors' ran THo"
sward all descriptions of a largest ever caught in America feet east along said center line extension for a distanceof 21" X Il1 / r.ukrfrl' setae' { .qty e,, lAva Anal ......

Sturgeon weighed 360 pounds It was HI' 274,24 feet to the westerly RWlne/ of' the florid. East

: According to one source, 'peo long, 86" around the middle and Coast Railway Company; thence run $9* 10'40" East along <
ple just t don't catch sturgeon in caught out of Snake River In slid R/W line for a distance of 795.99 feet to the north
Honda" However it Idaho, in 1956 An even more of.
unofficially
R/W line of Forest Street; thence run N 89* 39'20" west
Is rumored one) was caught fielal took: shows the biggest along said north R/W line I for a dlstanc; of 471.12 feet to
around the turn of the century sturgeon ever caught weighed SNAP
the Point of Beginning '
near Fort Pierce that weighed 2,250 pounds:! and was brought"fI'rlC' LOCK ,A; aw iir W/'LfTh

-'about 300 pounds. .: TO I'KYU11 na" A public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning ; ,

Herbert Thompson of the TI. Mr ttmiim. HID( wart vnliin.. .. Commission en Wednesday, March 18, '''4.
tusville Tier has lived! in this tnrlly wmrM" il, hlm.i'lf from M r
.
lard Plmtrlo Inc on iebnmry! GARBAGE
area since 1910 and has never Utlt At of thli dole wi are noI..o".r 1
I roiontlllB far liiUtbteun CITY OF TITUSVILLEby
heard of any
anyone catching a fctnr'
Incurred by him.
CAN
geon in the In lun River Mort rl, lIrorle' Ino Margaret Cooper r I _
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Other lay T. II Mori' rl TIM
fi&hologists till
cane M.rh It It (Iw n' 11B1 ilt are
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J Mar, 11 (Wed) 1964. POIY PLASIC ale.Ieo 100 ,

CITY OF TITUSVILLE ealy


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CAKE PLATE and COVER
CITY OF TITUSVILLE GAL. RYAPIIAxKLIla6.f...' JUMBO

The City of Tltusvllle will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, 11..1.-11_"....,_ for the first lime at this taw prIce II this JUMBO 0 0

March 21, 19j4 at 7:30: p.m. In the Council Room to hear 'interested Notice of Public ::.:;f.:' .carryp.rrUrnl.l 12' CAKI tIAT[. Fothlonad pf on olftocllv.')/
persons In regard to: Hearing 11...& figured nonbrwking, plaitlc.( A real valual pvl
eAu

An application to rezone the following described pioparty The City of Titusville will hold a public hearing on Tuesday,

from its present R.1 (city) classification to an R.3 and B.l 1 (city) March 24, 1964 at 7:30: p.m. In the Council Room to heir Interested
classification to allow apartments persons In regard fagAn :

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This application has been made by C. L, Remington withptrml.slon
application tl) rezone the following described property
: of ownjr rat FLASHLIGHT ANDS
from its present RU-I I (county) classification to an R.2 (city)
For property on the! south: sUe of South Street, approximately classification to allow a one ((1)) unit apartment. t '

433 feet west of' OeLeon A ten J t. This application has been made by R, L, Hawk o \ S BATTERIES

The legal description of which Is: Part 1 1-R.3 requested: For property located at the northeast corner of South Williams
Lots 6 and 7, O ban' Subdivision 5 cell gleaming chime plated
s according to Plat Book Avenue and Grove StreetTh ,
14" l long flashlight 5 long life batteries
1 at page 24. Perfect for home, busi $0100fleas 1

Part 2 B.l 1 requested: legal description of which Is: The South 90 feet (m.... ,At camping and car. What a
used at right angles to the South line thereof) of the following Buy
All of Lot 2 Osban's Subdivision as recorded In Plat Beck described property! S Batteries coal ''A e ,r

I, page 24, public! records of Brevard County, Florida,
EXCEPTI! Begin at the NW corner of Lot 2, Osban Subdivision .
From the township line at the northeast corner of land
as recorded in Plat Book 1, 24, public .
page records deeded
to Manto from Stuart by deed recorded In Deed
of Brevard County, Florida, thence South along the Book 357, Page SI 1, Public Records of Brevard County, SAVE 50%
West boundary line of said Lot 2 a distance of' 75 feet to Florida
go south 311 fact from said township line along
the point of beginning; thence South along the West line of
the ease 'in* of said 'land described In deed recorded InDeed
said Lot 2 a distance of 100 feet thence East DELUXE
to
; parallel Book 357
pagel, to the Point of' Beginning; thence
and 125 feet from the North boundary line ef said Let 2 a for first
a course go/ westerly parallel, to said township
distance of 6S feet thence North parallel to and (I feet line 195 feet
ta
a point; thence for. second coupe go
from the! West boundary line of said Lot 2
: a distance of
southerly parallel to east line of said land as described InDeed CAR MAT
KO ft.; thence West parallel to and 2S feet from the North Book 357
page 11, a distance of 32 feet to a point
line of said Let 2 a distance of eS feet te the point of beginning thence for third 1
a course go easterly parallel to the firstceurse
and EXCEPT the East 100 feet of Let 2 Osban's Finett Quality Wa Can Find: Best Price
a distance of Its feet; thence for a fourth course
Subdivision/ Plat Book 1 24 ,.. W. Can Offer!
page public records of B
go northerly along the east line of land as described InDeed Full Aft
card County Florida, and LESS AND EXCEPT the North ouJ.1
Book 357 page II, a distance of 362 feet te the Pointof Fl s moil Cars. 2
25 'feet of' the property herein convoyed. Beginning Choice ef black, white, .
blue, green, red!, brawn.
A public hearing will 'be held, before the Planning and
Zoning A C DOOR TO DOOR -o
public hearing will be held before' the Planning and ZonIng
Commission on Wednesday, March 18, 1964. Commission Limited Tim Only)
on Wednesday, Much 18, 19(4

CITY OF TITUSVILLEby CITY OF TITUSVILLEby

Margret Cooper, Margaret Cooper, GOOD/VEAR SERVICE E

City Clerk City Clerk' 0 STORES


Mar. 11 (Wed) ItM. I Mar. 11 (Wed.) 19(4. 315 Hopkins Phone 267-3013 Titusville, Florida


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March 11, W4 Tltuivllle (Florida) *;.f. Advectfo Pare 7 '

-Mims- ---Area Happenings Didn't Take Long For Deputies T o Catch Alleged CulpritsDeputy a church.similar machine at a Mlm.;

The two older men admitted!
Earl Futch ot Sheriff Elms, that someone !had broken Futch made hit preliminary investigation cafe The 4
youngster led Futch to they lifted the juvenile through
Leigh Wilson Department, in
I a into his business sometime during and returned to the of. the home of ono of the other sub. window of the cafe, and he fejf
Observes Anniversarythe time matter of Mims a few Cafe hours from the the past night and had stolen (ice. but was notified a short jecti where he made (the final arrests them through the door from thmaid. /
a was broken approximately $45 in coins from a time later by the owner of a busIness *
into, had the alleged culprits In
juke box Also the culprits had attempted in MintS that a young Negro
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custody Upon questioning, Willie James Futch arrested alt three .ubjecfa >
WOman Society of decorated with all illvcr service and Howard Matteson Cub The department was' notified to break Into a cigarette wa attempting to change a Mitchell, age 24, and Bernard and charged the two adulu
Christian Service met Sunday and a most beautiful cake in Scouts were: Roger Dooley, Eddie Thursday morning by the ownerof machine. but the attempt wa large amount of coins into cur Brown. age 22 both of Mimi, ad. with breaking and entering anj
aftefrtoon, March 8th, in observance white and sheer, presented' by O'neal, Ashet Kafnt' '', Well 'Miriih Johnson Cafe" lo futile They did manage to make 'encv mitted their (part in the breakingand petty larceny, two counts, and the
of the 25th anniversary the Lillian R. Drittort Circle, was Kiser, Charles Frye, Danny nimble catl'l in the colored! section' of 'off. according to the sheriff department Futch: returned to ]Mimi and In entering of the cafe They juvenile was turned over to the
of the Society. A special served. Flowers arranged at gold Terry Price, Eugene Giles, with three quarts of questioning the boy, the youth ae/l Iso admitted) breaking info a juvenile authorities. Total bond
program prepared! by the Mary vases with white carnations and and Steven Bridget. Mrs, Howard Benttt of Dearborn wine and\( a gallon of pickled pigs milted that he and two other Coke machine at Mifchelfs store on each of the adults was set ai
Nicholson Circle, was given: blue Iris carried out the colorsof The reason for the call. other Michigan. feet Negro men had broken into the and said they tried! to break Info $1200 ___----.1 1
Program chairman Mrs, Arthur the Society These were arranged than the training, was to help
:Miller, Jr.. and Mrs, Roland aral presented by Mrs. the men of the Mims VolunteerFire
Webb>f gave very interesting talks Adrtan Teagan and Mrs\( James Dept distribute some liter, TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER STORE HOURS 10 AM TO !9 PMn .
on the purpose and goals of the TacNch in memory of their mother ature relative to the drive the I
S c"ty. Mrs. Lloyd Mullis/ sang n Mrs William J, Folsom, Fire Dept. M earning on from
autrftil solo, "At the Seat of and for the observance of this an.niversal' March 9th to 13th. Folks, please
Jesus, Rev. I Lloyd Mullis talkedof )'. remember, the fire.laddies of LAST 3 AYS
what the Society meant to Special guests at this occasion Mims are volunteers The only Jjndseq
him as Minister and to the were Mrs Robert Porter, Sunday remuneration they receive for .
Church, School Superintendent, Mr W, W protecting our homes and property .
Peebles, president of the Methodist is the .
Mrs, Lester Cantrell satisfaction of knowing
president,
'' Mens Club, Mr W S, that they have been fulfilling a
g8'\{ an address of welcome and
challenge' to the women to work Austin, chairman cf the board pubuc duty At all hours of the FURNITURE CLOSE-OUT!
through the organizations of the and Rev. Mullis. day or night, these men respond
Church and special recognition of when the siren blows to protect
charter members of the society. Calling all Scout their own property and >nurs So
The Anniversary candle was lit An emergency call was sound. when a member or members of
and the invitation given and accepted cd last Saturday morning to the the Mims Fire Dept. visit you at
by several new members Boy Scouts of the Mims Area to your home some night this week ,
joining the society report at the Fire Station at 9 dig deep and plentifully. If no one y *
A o'clork. Sixteen regular Scouts contacts you at your home, leave
fellowship Tea was served
the by and nine Cubs answered the call. your donation at Duffy's Standard .
members of the Mae Green
Circle. True, it was only a part of the Station on the corner of Road
The table was beautifully scout training program, but it No. 40. and U. S. 1 Chief J, C
shows, very definitely that in the Johnston will get it, and will np. FURTHER MARK DOWNS FURTHER MARK DOWNS
ParrishHospilal event of a real emergency, the predate the good deed
members of Troop No. 3fiO would r
not be found wanting. About 57 Fun With Magic
per cent of the members of "Ausman the Magician" enter r We are selling out the Entire Stock of Furniture Brought Over From Orlando

Troop No, 360 reported lor duty. tained the
Slims School with
Those reporting were Larry acts of magic Tuesday morning, Everything must go to the bare walls to make room for New
Snook, Earl Cokerham, Martin !March 10th. Those .
attending enjoyed
Acliviiy O'Neal, Gary Leslie, Brue Phillips I. 45 minutes of slight-of hand Furniture Arriving Soon. Hundreds of Items To Choose From All
Allen Clark, Donald Dortz, tricks
Admissions and dismissals Ronnie Altman, Ted Leslie, Reduced Even More. This is an honest to goodness sale Every Price r.w
at Wayne Mendel, Thomas Narrow, Personal
for Jess March Parrish 7-9 were Memorial as follows II.>spital: Robert Graham, George Burke Mr and Mrs R. J. Prough:;: had Reduction shown is Exactly as Stated. No Gimmicks No misrepresentations.
Paul Davis Charles Schneider, as this weekend Mr.
guests and
March 7 ,--- Every Item Reduced Up to 50% or More. If you are think-
Admitted: Titusville: Mattie

Harvey Orvan Carlisle Bennett PHONE AM 7.1511 irig about furniture, You Must Check These Tremendous Buys.
Johnson Emert Kuhn, Daniel "t5'Yais
Richburg and Patricia Boailey: STORE HOURS: 1
Others: Jean Gillen and Jolirt 1
Weaver of Indian River City 10 A M TO !9) P, M. 1, rk >r aI

Discharged: Titusville: Edward E
Mitchell, Sue Wilmer, Notman
Perry Robbie Foley, and William1' lIndseil ABSOLUTELY NOTHING HELD BACK -
French; Others: Marjorie Walk*
and Saral>'n Lamb, Indian River SPRING'SFAVORITE ,;e
City; and Robert Allen, Seott

moor. March 8 HURRY SALE ENDS SATURDAY 1 lrtii

Admitted: Titusville: David
Carpenter: Ronald. Philman. and
Ruth DelPnore; Others: Patty SAILOR y. \\m?
Ann Washington, Mims -.y y, V -*>'%+. y iVV
Discharged: Titusville: Daniel t' t&&s s $-&F>
Richburg and Paula, Brandenburg EXAMPLE! _
; Others: John_IVeavet.and -
Janet Kierstead, Irilian Rivet '" Early American .
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City :
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SOFA
Admitted: Titusville: Barbara
Tucker, Barbara Hatcher, Pierre
Artille, Tenny Overstrect, Billy f, iyM i'ti qe Pure Foam Construction
Joe Ward, Clifton
Find, Louise
Reg. 189.00
Metzger, Churchill Conrad, and w -
James Martin Others La whom r !r'ria' p9'LAST
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Mims; Frankie Biker, Christina 99oo EXAMPLE!

Markwaltcr and Henry Bartlett DOWN r ALL ITEMS SUBJECT .:
of Indian River City; and Clirisf TO
ina Lee Platt of Scottsmoor. PRIOR SALEI '
MATCHING
Discharged: Titusville: Edward BEDROOM SUITES
Johnson, Theresa Young, Katherine The classis! gaucho adds a crisp accent to every CHAIR ""'".J

Butler, Ireida Young, .
spring costume, Perfectly proportioned In 00
Henry Shapiro Jimmy EJdlcston, rough Reg.79.95 ,5-PC. WALNUT
and Bobby Dollins; Others straw braid. White black, beige, navy and red. NOW Q'q.r I!
Patty Washington, Mims; Gladys : Double Dresser
Goethler and Rupert Blankenship MILLINERY.. SALON LIVING A00M MirrorS
of Indian River City, and Frank 0 F Panne] Bed
Scurry of Christmas.
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fig* I YttwivlII"" (,'.rld.) Star Advocate Wednesday March 11, 1''4 Tax Assessor S ts -: session."
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CONKLINGContinued Darden Gels ROSIER Karl also stated, "Legislator
Mims -
Special Trip will not be employed In execu

(Continued From Page 1)) tive offices," as he discussed
( From Page 1)) "" Brevard County Ttx Assessor 1
Value?
I Appointment
in
Property concerning integrity
Losing Clark Maxwell announces he will 1963. Prior to this appointmenthe goven-
Democratic prtmary. lie also mike a special precinct call at was City Judge of Cocoa from ment. "This displaces the bal
School Sup'. Woodrow Dardenwas ance of in the legislative
served as Juvenile Judge for the Mims Post Office, Thursday. He November 1961 through May power ,

Royal Oak and Titusville City question for several years and $2,200 per acre," he said. County. given a four-year contractas will be there between the hours of judicial and executive divis

Council resumed their differenceslast has lately come under heavy fire Nunnally objected to that rea Brevard Superintendent here 10 a.m and noon. 1963.A native of Dunnelon, Rosier ions. ;

: night while the value of the since Royal Oak is interested In coning, saying that the city Conkling was the first judge of yesterday In action of the school received his law degree in 1950 "There will be no politicians

city-owned property in dispute acquiring it. The development doesn't get any of that $16,000. the County Small Claims Court in board.A JUNIORContinued from the University of Florida. in the Karl Administration, but
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seems to go down and down. company maintains the propertyto "That was part of the agree 1952 and was Mayor of TItusvillein Brevard voters decided lie came to Cocoa in 1957 and people who know their jobs, and
year ago
City Manager Cleveland Tal- be a stigma In the plans for ment to purchase the property," 1954. A lawyer, he was admitted to make the post appoint. From Page 1)) practiced law with the firm of have the ability.
(
madge reported to council that development, as the proposed Murphy said, "and it must be to practice in 1947 after ive by the board rather than Snow and Campbell.He "Eveiy citizen needs to be r
bids had been opened on March country club would overlook the figured in." density will\ make it possible that served as a law specialist in well represented in Tallahasseeand
from the of elective as in the past. Follow
4 for the sale of the 10-acro city dump site and Royal Oak has offered The council voted three to one graduating University attendance areas will not overlap the Judge Advocate General's they are entitled to fair
dump, located on State Road 405 to buy or trade for the for Nunnally s motion, with Florida College of Law in 1947 ing this vote, the school board Office in the Navy for several legislative representation. A

and presently being used for the property to be able to make im Mayor Ed Kitties voting against and College of Business Administration appointed Darden to the re "Actually Parkway was 'too years before coming to Cocoa. special session will be called in
mainder his elective term
disposal of trash. Only one bid provements so there would be no it and Councilman Jim Pritchard in 1940. until of well' located when it wa constructed Rosier is presently vice president January 1965, when I become

was received, that of Royal Oak objectionable features to hinder abstaining from voting. At the University he was pres. January, 1969. ," Board chairman Rob of the Cocoa Kiwanis Club governor and the legislature will
for $6,000.The completion of the golf and vice president of the Bxcvard in session uitil Js
Winstead approached the council ident of the Senior class, memberof Yesterday's appointment is ert Hudson pointed out. "Park. stay a solution
property has been in country club and residential housing table and questioned Nunnallyon Florida Clue Key, Hall of until January, 1969. way Is almost in the center of County Bar Association, a mem reached! Of course, the pop.

his motion, saying that he Fame, Phi Kappa Phi and other population and it Is hard to de. ber of the board of trustees of ulous areas will have to have

As far back as 1962, according!! could not understand the reason organizations. In World War II termine whether to so north or the First Methodist Church of more representation than cthei'i..,
Eckerd StoresCelebrating to Harold Murphy, assistant to ing behind it. his service included two years In SATURNContinued south." Cocoa and a member of the Bre but it will be made fair".

Royal Oak president Jack Cox, Nunnally reminded Winstead India as a Base Adjutant. Board members indicated that vard County advisory toard of Concerning state and federal l

Royal Oak offered $8.000 for the that the city was sinking quite a ( From Page 1)) a second high school would !probably the, Salvation Army. relationship Karl said "The
property, The latter part of 19<3 Conkling stated that his He and: his wife, Elizabeth and
> bit of money in running waterlines aims, be needed in North Brc- standing In the doorway, crying
Ray Winstead of BryanConwayand to the property "But this as Juvenile Judge, was to furnish craft and engine overhaul cap- vard within the next three to five their four sons live at 1201 Duke out in cliches does not get the

Winstead Realtors at the re will all be paid back by the prop. through the Court staff and recently ability from World War II typesto years and that this could K,> in Day, Cocoa. job done. If our state will come

66th Year quest of the council, appraisedthe erty owners," Winstead answer opened Supervision Center the more advanced super-sonic the North part of Titusville t-r alive and meet the needs of the

property at $9,000 and maintained ed. the best available treatment for jets toward Mims, since Tltiisviih KARLContinued people there will be no trouble

Eckerd Drugs of Florida, Inc the property was unsuit Murphy said this morning!: that the individual delinquent; as In October 1U62 he transferred High is located south of the main with federal encroachment. The

fast-growing Florida-based drug able for construction of most he is undecided is yet as to what County Judge has aim is equal to the National Aeronautics and section of town.Yesterday ( From Page 1)) only sensible way to halt federal
Chain, is celebrating the 66th types, due to the trash having justice for all, making the pur
'course of action to take. He did Space Administration's Launch the board awarded encroachment is to have the
of the of been burled on the site. Some chase of licenses convenient to feed into the state's tunrpikes."
anniversary founding mention, however, that on Mon. Operations Center at Cape Ken contract tar additions to Stone state assume state responsibili
the first Eckerd Drug Store members of the council at that day the company reviewed and the public, and holding regular nedy. He Is now manager for the School In Melbourne to Net to About government in the sun ties.
time felt this figure to be less weekly sessions at the Branch
The 28 Florida Eckerd stores than the value of the approved the architect's plans for third stage (S-IVB) of the Sat. Construction Co. of Vero Beachat shine, which Karl used In reference ''Culture In Florida is an im
propertyand Courthouses in Rockledge and
are joining in a chain-wide action taken a 13,000 square foot club house urn V launch vehicle. In this capacity a low bid of $232,236. to "open government": he portant subject. I hope I nevcjr
no was on the Melbourne.He
celebration honoring J. Milton appraisal. and the decision of the council he reports to the assistant The firm of Outlaw and Tucker said, "The past legislature had hear Florida referred to again

Eckerd, Founder of America'sfirst last night will definitely have a has been active In civic director for Plans and Projects of Eau Gallic was employed to
cut-rate drug store. Eck- Although not pointed out last bearing on the final outcome of and fraternal organization work Management draw up plans and speclfkotiontt'and every meeting of every public need effective method of pre

erd's first store was opened in night the property Is completely {this project A member of the United Presbyterian Every chamber member and do the supervising of parking body to take place in public and serving the history of Florida.

Erie, Pennsylvania In 1808. 402.landlocked with no frontage on "Needless to say, I was surprised Church. Conkling has served their guest is Invited to attend. areas for Sabal Audubon Holland allow the press to be present, An art commission is needed

Jack M. Eckerd, son of the and terribly disappointedat as an Elder and Sunday Coffee and donuts will\ be served and Capcview Elementary whether it be state, county or desperately to coordinate various

.Founder of Eckerd Drugs and Recently, the council authorized the decision of the council" School teacher. He Is married beginning at 8:00: a.m. with the Schools DeLaura Junior High municipality. This did not pass, activities and we also need more

the city manager to obtain Murphy said.: and has two children program starting at 8:13.: : and Cocoa Beach High. but we hope it will in the next public libraries," he concluded.
President of the publicly-owned .
the services of three out-of-town
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,Florida Corporation, emphasizedthat professional appraisers, one an -- --

the majority of the more MAI appraiser, the names of

than 1,000 stockholders are whom would not be released so as PHONE AM 7-1511 STORE HOURS: 10 A. M. TO 9 P. M.ly .

'Florida residents. Eckerd pointed not' to hinder their work.

out that this stock-ownership, Councilman Ed Willis, at that

plus a policy of hiring only permanent time, made a motion that the

Florida residents made successful bidder on the property

the fast-growing drug chain agree to spend $16,000 in improve ,
a3iy
'Florida owned and Florida merIts. This, he said, would protect I

operated" with a payroll this Royal Oak in case the company

year in excess of $2,900,000. was not the successful bid I

The Florida stores are large, der. &

modern drug stores, featuring Talmadge made public the appraisal Ihl4s9$ ..

approximately 10,000 square figures last night of these

feet of sales area and combining appraisers. They were $5,000,

streamlined aelf-service shop $4,500 and $1.200, compared to ttr'

ping with trained sales spcciallsts the $6,000 bid by Royal Oak and / I
in the personal de- the $9,000 appraisal figure by I
service<
partments. Shopping center locations Winstead. /( t tc

with adequate customer Councilman Randy Nunnally '
parking moved almost immediately to re
provide convenience
and shopping ease for Eckerd ject all bids, to retain the prop '
erty and possibly enter Into an '. \
cu tomers. 'cbri'2'
agreement with Royal Oak to Improve 4\4 iA4l

the property. lIe said this \

Frank Feeney docs not correspond with the ;:; 1
$1,500 per acre paid by Cox for : :, v
other property in that immediate f

Dies In OrlandoFrank vicinity. .
Murphy\ reminded the council /W\

that Royal Oak would be paying
Feeney, lathe of Robert .
( $2,200 per acre since the require
F Feeney, Titusville passed ment was that $16,000 be spent in

away Tuesday, March 10 at the Immediate Improvements. '"Iho 1

home of a daughter, Mrs. $6,000 plus the $16,000 moles:

Arthur Grove in Orlando following Sl2.000! for that 10-acre site or
a long illness.
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\(1I lit Y: 'fO C NklITOIteMr
Mass will be held at
Thursday William (tint W..L volun-
0:00: o'clock at St. Teresa's tartly HpaaLed "Ianoelf hum blurturd -
Joleollu: inu. on Yebrusty 8,
Catholic Church. Interment 1004. A. of this date we ate IIU

I will be in Joliet, Illinois in the tower lnouii.ponllble"l by him.M01 tur. any ludebieuarse .

family plot at Mount Olivet ford Klmjmo! Inc.
liy T. II. Morloiil, ..r.... e i y yIl yt
&. Cemetery, with Mass at St. March 11, 13 (VV-F) stills.IvTllalkIlrnlxr.i.
Raymond's Cathedral, Joliet, -
fll
Friday at 11:30.: I 41. lilt IA!I. CII&t I I Ir, I i. .t\l. MIX
IIKKV.tHII 101 :M't, M.OHlD.t.
Also surviving are aion, s.> la.tvlkltl >0. ytium
William Feeney; daughters r. rs. >l('HH..tl.K: Full El l.liwl KH:
NINTH KKUtHAU! WAVlNlld:' AND .... '
Mary Lou: VtnAsdltn and Mrs. LUAN AHMJCIATION: Of NI';W .,"
Georgia Fey, all of 'Joliet;' 23''' YORK, CITY: a corporation oifun- ,,; ;
l lieu mil ,
cklatlnv under the luwi of ; 'x
grandchildern and several great the tidied I Mlalea of Amorlun.riulnlirf.. ,

grandchildren VI. t T/ 1

l.tTIIA.VIKI: WILLIAMS and "1 I r .
ANNa CLAUS WILLIAM, aka
ANNa C. WlbL.lA.Yl9l, his wife.Kcfunilmita.. .
Major John Jones ,. .
( Ihllk'N ::0\111'11'1': Of \I.t:
NUT ILK ID nuKBur: L.IVKN
that under a Decree of Knrnuloaur
and Sale entered by the Judge of the
Dies In GermanyMajor Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial
t'lrcuH, I In and for Urevai-cl, County
Frnrhla. on the alb day of March
1W4: In a certain cause between
John R Jones, U. S.:, NINTH "'ED ;UAI. hAVINOH AND
Army age 38, passed away Tues LOAN AHHIICIATIUN UK NEW:
YORK CITY, a corporation or.. .
.n.l
day, March 10, at the military l lead end existing under the. lawn of
hospital In Heidelberg, Germany, the United Stairs' of Amei-lc' .. I'luln-
tiff I and NATHAN L WILLIAMS I
following) a short Illness slid, ANNIK CLAKH Wl 1,1,1,A.M.I.
Major Jones, the son of Mr, a k/a ANNIE: C. WILLIAMS! hli
wits Defendant' being fhancrrj ,
"i and Mrs. Arthur Jones of the In- No. Veal | will Hell at 'pulitln ituu' \
\ dian River City area, attended lion to the highest bl.iiler fur vault I '
at the Coiirthouaa In the City of Tl
public schools In Orlando and the tuavllle, llrevaril County, KlmMiU,, ,
at lbs hour of 11:00: ..In.. on MII..h
University of Florida Gainesville 7r: mt that certain pared of real
where lie was a member of I property dewrlbed ai fullnwi'
Lot 80, Merrill Iilanil: VlllHuo,
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, He accorillnc to flat thereof .. re-
received his bachelor degree corded In Flat' Book H. Page' TH, r1
of the Public Record of Brewed I
I from the University of Maryland. founiy Florida, together with : >
1/i lie participated In campaigns the following .Itnma of property f
which are located In anil ier- ,
'in the southwest Pacific and InI man..nllv Installed ea. a PArt of
UM Korean engagement. the Improvement" of avid. lanil.
one M order. n Meld Tnwnh'iuM
Survivors include his wile, Combination llanae end. oven -10.
Mortal No. 7"5.1. and III:* Due each
Barbara and five children John
I therm CHI Wall H"aier' Model ,
I Jr... Kathleen, Timothy Chriit.opher 9aa-1. Serial No. I3VM.CXIUliT ', 3f I

! brother and Arthur Laura;of hit Jacksonville parents: a; ( Curl flerk By! SEAL la 8..rll.:of II.Clr-olt Harnea I1allDeputy Court \ Reg. 11.98, 12.9811458 II II I

I and a sister, Mrs Donald W florkWln.lerweedle I

I Weant, Charlotte, N.C. Ml: Park Avenue.. Maine South* Ward '" ': Just in time for Easter we have a whole flour
. f. Final arrangements are to be Winter Park. KlnrliloAttorneya J % x'
r announced. for Plaintiff I, 1 ish of new and exciting dresses for spring and
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Mar. .
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OPEN HOUSE SHOWING OF THE '---a "
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Miller Councilman
e (By Bob Hudion) Th. Vole of 25.000 North Brevard County R.sld.nU Nunnally t,
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I Florida Citrus Exposition and why he was away he was attending '',iation will hold Its rcd:; r 'I I IK business meeting will be I
Cypress Gardens were gracious a junior college meet meeting at the Indian HiveI'11'( bri'-f a!< possible to allow plenty' I
r hosts this past weekend tIt ing. i enter it 8 00 p.m", Th'irtdtT of time fir the guests< to >speak>
members of the Florida Press \tar"-h t 12 (Carl Exllnr preside! it coil answer questions! I
Association for the annual Wife: "I'll be ready In a minute innriincM-,1 today that Jj< k Itninem, de refreshments will!
Spring convention. dear." Miller the new He< r,alum >II I IOueuni b" Mrvul and entertainment! wl'lbi :
The convention opened with a Husband: : "Take your time. ami Councilman linrilv" |T'aided'
thrve.!lour clinic session on lay- I've got: to shave again"

cut all the and business typography and but the that fun was be Directors Of Rehabilitation i''
Lets and Betty Henderson of
gan. Tallahassee, recently had a 111
Cypre u Gardens was host toa "doubk'header"! in their family. Center To Meet On ThursdayThe
special press show, followedby No, it wasn't twins. Their two
a dinner on Filday. Saturdaywe sons had twin tonsil operationsand
all breakfast \' rth tires" ur,' I (n'ha'lli Arthur Dunn\ Air Park
were guests at a
are now back In school.
then had reserved curt ilum ( rntt'i, (muni <">f din, ,'W The public IS invited to atteni:!
Lee, better known with the title
will moe at 8 p III Th 'rsd.ij, it the! boa1 el I meeting; and to look
Hue seats for the big ExpositionParade "Dr. in front of his name, is I
(the -enter now located tit the" over the (facilities at the new
were guests of The Mar assistant director of the Junior
iu.irtcr The center and! the
Nor.man.l
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tin Co. and Tupperware at a College Division of the State
buffet! luncheon on the exposition Board of Education. He was )' School moved, from the
Remove Car Keys old grounds, toured the exhibits formerly with the Brevard month
and wound up as guests of school system. : ; _
The new build ings have relieved
tin exposition management at a
Owners WarnedThe the crowded' conditions at
cocktail party and huge dinneron Piss the) tranqUIlizers my way, the center anti although/ ( everything .

Saturday night.In My (frayed nerves are drawnup Tit UlV! 11I1' !I'olire Dcpait!' is not yet in apple.pie order *
between times the writer tight; steady! progress", is being
ment would, liki to all '
spent a couple of hours looking warn ownor
I drove home behind a woman made
over the plant of the Winter Who did everything just an I operator of any kind, i [

llavcn News Chief You right.In mold \ehirhe.. to plc'i: i' u mau'

know, taking a postman's holi (thk'S unit, luck I Mr unilun: LI. (oln. WallaceAt

day. case you need somethingin when tliev h' I\'e the/ \lnclr" '
Twks fun the first exposition a hurry or need to send some Everyone; shout I do tins/ 1"\1,1.:: I.

we've seen in years. And thing in a hurry north, southor \leviif..whether they IIMVI- I'i (i-rifv.Tal Advanced Air
we renewed friendships with a welt try the new airfreight
hour! nr only' a lev I
lot of fellow nunules -
people.
press service of South Central
Also enjoyed visiting with Airlines They already have (Control SchoolNavy
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I'atty Westphal of Winter hay- come firms using their service BROUGHT BY ECKERDS Marite OlefS, crowned VV P Tony Sdld.inn,
Airport by Stansbury, (light), vice president and Investijjiilnr: (fur
(n She's the former Patty daily t to( this area from the west "Miss United States of America" visited the sparklingnew general manager of Eckerd Drug Stores, and Arch Reajjln the local police) toM the fct.ir- Lieutenant Commander
Burgeon, daughter of Chuck and coast of Florida. Southeast Plaza Shopping Center which opened recently Director of Advertising and Sales Promotion Etkerd Advocate that since the Kenneth R Wallace, son of Mr.
Mary Burgeon{ of Indian River in Winter Haven. Receiving a warm Florida Drug Stores, Tampa. liejjinmn;: ;: and. Mrs. P. II. Wallace of 307
City. She's a popular figure in Not all men are homeless but welcome, Miss Ozers was greeted at Tampa International of the sear there have been about Nidy Ave., repotted Feb. 23 for
Winter Haven and around the tome are home less than others. 13 automobiles stolen In the city training at Advanced Air Control
exposition 12 years ago she and that most of( these cars lunl man, Schoolt\ the Naval Air

reigned as Citrus Queen and "Superbly matched," the tab. been left with the keys In the Is Technical Training Center, Glynco -

she's just as pretty as she was bios! crack, Community Kid's Day PlannedThe nelson, home! of the earn were Ga.
Ho will the
then. "Are Barbara and Bill, taken( by youths simply for a study techniques required
;! for the overall administration
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a hypochondriacAnd 'joy and were damagedheavily
I'rofessor: "We haven't any he's a perfect pill!" Coquina P T A has been south champion trampolineartist and the Committee will man the Bring cameras to take pictures of aircraft control towers
games this year, Coach, but at fortunate. in having March 30 high-diving and aboard aircraft carriers and air
a dog per Hot/ Dog and CoM Drink stands. of your youngsters on the While
Motions.
making In Is
Gljneo
navAl
least the boys ou the team are a survey a a large
good losers." crosses All things the street come without to' him looking who included In the! 1964 visitation forming animals Them include There is no admission for elephants then show them how small parking lot it was found facility offering)(( 13 officer ant

Coach: "Good! They're per both ways schedule of one of toe official the pony drill and one of the na- Kids Day at Indian River to npertite the 'Brownlu!! ," for that keys lia.l l been left in our seven enlisted training courses

fect." Youth Programs National Amusement tions finest elephant acts Prom Plaza Shopping(; Center The you'll probably be next in lime half of the cars parked tin're.

It cost more now to amuse a has been selected for inent in the elephant group is afternoon and evening community to climb aboard when the Safari This only Invites a car thief tu

Found out at a meeting in child than it used to cost to edu- what Is promised by Ken Stuck- America's largest weighing program, circus acts and all, leader( cullsENVELOPES, take action he said.

West Palm Beach Monday why cate his father ey, chairman, to be a veritable dose to 11,000 pounds, and trailing is free! Something will be go- If everyone would.! only thinkto See The

Brevard Junior College President "Fantasy of Fun" for the children along behind is little "Jew- ing on every minute, for, as an I take the keys out of their ears Star AdvocateFor
Dr. Bruce Wilson was A pedestrian is currently known of this community. el", the teen-age elephant that added feature, there will be several '- Business! Size. and, make! sure the ignition Is in
there attending a meeting. as a man who has two cars, a The entertainment program does the Twist miniature children's rides, Also Kraft Envelopes with chip link position the rate of stolen Your
fur mailing. Full Block at Star-
Seems as though four of his five wife, and a seventeen-year-old ts free to all with thrilling Peanuts Cotton Candy and pony rides and, as the big treat, Advocate, cars would surely decrease, Sal- Printing Needs''.
children are at home with the daughter nigh.acts by tom aerialists, a Snow; Cones lend atmosphere an elephant train. dane said. {

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page J-B Tltutvtll* (Florida) Stir. Adyout, W,:Jn id.y, March 11, W4 Campos, Marietta Marcln, The white marble 'ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only
Compact History Of The American Juvenile: Follow your nose by
Paul Showers; The snake In the by Charlotte Zolotow; Silly! 2Sc eacn at the Star-Advocat I

NASA Contracts carpool by !Miriam Schlein; Joe by Margie Bell Office
Million
I $1.5 Newspaper Now lAl LibraryThe Whitey'i new saddle by Glen
Rounds, Seminoles by Irene step -

Ket 4 Million Bids Sought following new books have by Manohar Malgonkar: Powder. Francis Marlon by Elizabethand
; Carl Carmer; A book of
been received at the Titusville smoke Justice by Lew Gordon; YOUR PHONE WILL RING
Astronauts for you by Franklya
Canaveral 1 District of the U.S. on Tuesday March IT, on security used by NASA's Manned Space Public Library sceordisg to The return of the snow white M. Branley.

Arp1y Corps of Engineers ann .. facilities for the, Merritt Island craft Center in checking out the Mrs Jean Swldlzlnskl, librarian: Puritan by John Paolottl, In Palace wagon family by Margaret IN YOUR CASH REGISTER
aneed today that it has award.eJ Launch Area .
Apollo spacecraft's fuel tye'em.The ,
Adult spite of thunder John Dickson
The history
compact by
will be to erect : Sutton Junior science bookof
two new contracts totaling Part of the job ,
neatly $t.5 million for National nearly 12 miles of barbed wire buildings will double the of the American Newspaper bY; Carr; To light a Candle by James Turtles by Henry Hill Collins, INSTEAD OF AN EMPTY ROOM

Aeronautics and Space Administration fence along the south boundaryof facilities for testing hypergollc John Tebbel; An Education In'i Keller; Karting by Harvey B. Jr; The Amazon river sea of
construction and that bids MILA between the Indian and and cryogenic fuels Both buildings Georgia by Calvin Trillin; Medical .:I Janes; The MIsslsin Witness by Brazil by Armstrong Sperry;; TltusvllU >
on three jobs totaling $4 million Banana rivers. will\ be some 80 feet high Care and family security by ,' Isabel Cabot; Here i II Alaska by Stormy misty's foal by Marguerite Art Cocoa Beach

will be opened in the next two Pass and identification buildIngs and will be located just west of Karl Evang. M.D.; Apollo at Go Evelyn Stcfansson' ; Folk Music Henry, The first book of JW5530FOR &t 6:16.70:11: :
weeks. similar to the one at the the existing cryogenic and hyper- by Jeff Sutton; Book of the Hopl USA by Howard Crafman; The Mechanical Drawing by Jerome

south entrance to Cape Kennedy, golie buildings by Frank Waters; The Princes Sistine Chapel 1 by D. Redig De S, Meyer; A sue in her bed by .
The new contracts: -- -- ----- - -- -
will be constructed along Hihvt.y ; -
Gahagan Dredging Corp., AlA at the south MILA 4
New York City, $1,387,000, for an boundary and along U. S High-

80.foot high "mountain" of hydraulic way 1 where It will connect with Y .Q R YE e 'G'RAN1$
.Ot EP :
fill-the first step in the Indian River.Orsino Cause- / WA'N.t 'ORE" r ) ;! .K _, '

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Luilding a second moon launch
NASA's John F. Kennedy way.Guard
pad for
houses will be built at
Space Center. each of these locations: as wt'1as\ DES
'Bucon, Inc., Cape Canaveral, I. ... N1oly.fie
at the Merritt Island end of the
$81,920, for a hurricane anchorage NO EASTER SALE
Titusville Causeway over the Indian
for the Launch service Pad tower 12.at CapeKennedy's River K h i tjh e f

On Wednesday March 1', at .
The work on which bids are Te
being sought: 2 p.m., bids will be opened for Smart 1 et ,

Providing a water supply system construction of two new buildings Grants a wlcfe! down the of dressing !
for he lunar launch pads, an for the fluid test complex to be ap Stor parade of family fashions..priced to cut cost upl
P
estimated $2 million job. G R Starts Thurs., March 12...Extra savings, even on Grants-own brands]

Fencing off the south boundary iv Tilt: riKriiT CAIRT: or THE: AS
of the Merritt Island Area :MNTII Ji UK MI ( iKitir.: iAMI >
ItKt.\KIt lot NTYMTllh ,
VISE'
and building two pass and identification & a6081u4111Nt /
buildings and three Y.BY: 1'IC'' .TRIt
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guard houses. Estimated cost: JAMES BWWJT'( sri
$100,000$ 'V*. pl.l.lltr ret ae'Y ', Grants-own brand
Building: In the Industrial partof MART EMMA BROWN ,

Merritt Island two additional TO- MAny EMMA BROWN Defendant '"'"'"'" """ c .- PENNLEIGH9 PREP

buildings for testing propellant Route No.' .a. Rox, nIIt81..VIl18. Grants-own brand R; "
NO
fuels for the three-man Apollo YOU ARE IIERkBT NOTIFIED SMARTLY TAILORED
spacecraft. Estimated cost: $UI that a pull. tot divorce bar been 1 I'SIS' SHEER
filed .alnel you 'In 4h* ClrculCourt
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million of the Ninth, Ju.llrUI' Circuit MATCHING SUIT
In and for flrrvinl (oiinly, Florida. SEAMLESS NYLONS ,
4e second lunar launch pad
entitled JAMES: BROWN Plaintiff
:will be built near the ocean, V.. MARY eMMA: BROWN Defendant FOR JR. BOYS
No. 37812 You arc
Chancery
ibout a mile and a half north of hereby required to >rrv. a copy of RUN-RESIST MESH
'where the first pad is now under your. answer or other wrltttn do-
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trnnt to the Complaint' filed herein OR PLAIN STITCH ,
:Construction., upon Justice *. I''C".)', Attorney
for Plaintiff, P. O. Bo* 541. Cocoa fr
I The Gahagan firm will be required Slouch, Florida and. to file the ore
to pile nearly three mite Iflnal thereof In the office of the
Clerk of lb. Circuit Court of Br.vard .-
4ion cubic yards of material onto County. Tliuavllle.. Florida. Oil
the]) launch site. This is done to or before. the :2 day of April, A.D19X4 ..w Only 57 .

compact the soil lying deep be- HEREIN FAIL. NOT or a Decree
Pro Cnnfeui> will be enteredactlnut ,
;Jnefth the surface you for the relief prayed. for ii
/I similar process( was used on In fald Complaint. 1 Styled like Dnd'a
AND ORDERED: at Tllua-
DONE
(Ihe first launch pad and resulted vII Ie, Florida, thla 1 day of March Grants-ou'n brand 2' favorite casual suit
4n an 80-foot high "pyramid"hat A I). 1904COURT 4 /
) weighed a billion-and.a-half ( CURTIH SPAL H) BARtffiS t Leg flattering... GINGER LANE SLIPS IN NEWEST Crisply tailored of
pounds-and settled four feet Clerk of the Circuit Court, laand budget pampering
for Drevaril. County, longwearing rayon-
from its own weight.At Florida WnlBpfral7eer BOUFFANT AND A-LINE STYLES acetate
80 feet t, the new pyramid By V. 0. Bpintlrr.Depitjr Clerk New fashion colon 'a

will be the highest geographic Mar. 4, 11. U. 25 (Wed 1Miv Sizes 84 to 11 Jacket, 3-button (front;

point In Brevard County until it ASK FOR NO, 500 Blacks pre- //Ted.
is scraped away for construction :MSTII.THE: fioeru-r JIIIKMI.'O'IIT CIKCIIT.or TIer IX O n I Y 299 .

tof f the pad Itself. Gahagan has AND) ton IIHKVHI: tOllTY: x Side elastic inserts for
until Oct 30 to do the work. t I.OKI u t t ,-
ClltMrKV: : >O. .TJACIOJJTU'1I : better fit.
The contract at the Cape's ) OJ' .SPIT ro

Launch Pad 12 Is f to 'provide a JAMES H. REID, Plaintiff M ; IQOT'i; nylon parchment bouffants, tricot bodice; .. Sizes 6 to 12

clew tie-down area, rfTl! .(ded In JO "ANN REID V. -1 paKIt(vllf lace trim.A-line In Dacron polyester-nylon-cotton
concrete, for the.service I structfire. ,
In. lime of'IlJiH $( lld, thetUupture I Till! JO ANN REID Defendant. < blend called "Satinaire."'Little or Rodroelr7.14,::" "Charge It"iNo
HIT N. Cleveland
: _wiUjjjJjiooJked! to this Albany, Chorda. Money Down
YOU ARE HEItEHT NOTIFIED
anchorage. SpggqglseomplefeThis 1
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that a lull for divorce baa been r
work by June 1. filed falnit you In the Circuit '
Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, Pry 7
Bids on allM>u8B < new
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la and for Brevircl ,
County Florida 1
'projects 1 will I iw\lpcjujd at the Otltlml JAMES H. REID, Plaintiff r 1.,, il Gtants.oun brand ,.
V.. JO ANN REID. Defendant
Canaveral fJisUfcCfWfUca of the Chancery No. 2T380: You are hereby 4 .' Grants-own brandPEHNLEIGH'
,Corps of Engineer on Merritt required to Mrvlce. a copy of 1 CRAHTOCS A-IINE

''Island. Jour answer to the Complaint or other written filed herein d.- I OUR TOP QUALITY r AND BOUFFANT PREP
:: Juitlce, McCarey Travera, ,
Bids for the industrial water upon ,
P. O. Box 642. Cocoa: Beach FlorIda w MATCHING SUIT
supply system for the lunar atto.n.7. fop Plaintiff, and to p d COLLECTIONHAND- 1 1 n.- SLIPS.,.! TO 6XOnlyl.99
launch pads will b!*'' opened file'the orlRlnal\ thereof In. the office r ''; I FOR BOYS
of the Clerk .f the Circuit Court : BAG HIGHLIGHTS ,
Thursday, March i2112' p.m. .f Brevard County Florida' on er t t : -} YY .
the water will be used for coolingthe W4 before the 28th day of March, A.D. I

understructurb of the launchrea HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Deere ,Only 10.94
Pro Confeuo will be entered again't '
during rocket firings and for you for thai relief prayed for In : w' '
standby fire protfriiojri! I Ia Mid rxDNK, Complaint AND I I ORDERED: at Tltua- Only 5.00 ,t. : ,''Charg-It'...1.25 weekly

Most of the work I I ?oDsilt of vllle. Florida, I role. 28 day of February .. ?c. !" tivf3' __; Styles to go with her new "
building a pumping 'Elation, with (COURT A: D SEALS:IWt >, rin 10% M*Tex J t -y'?dresses. Wash-wear cot5 Y ., ..,Sm rayon-acetate
five diescl.driven pumps, and a CURTIS R. BARNES f' 1'a C 1 Ui* *4 ton.no-iron blends.Builtf" i Jacket 3-button front
Clerk of the Circuit Court for '
bnc million gallon above ground up; or adjustable strap .
Hrevard County, Florida v Slacks prc-cufTcd; sido
steel storage rervolr" r I By" Bertie\Deputy Hall Clerk '' i Smooth and textured .clastic inserts. 12-20

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March 11, ,MM TltuivllU (Florida. ) Star. Advocate ,Page J-B further detail! will be releasedin --t

(thl noii future
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Members present volunteeredfor
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many of the necessary com
mittccs Mrs. Chris Webber "tl&r
/ volunteered to be ticket chairman I

,.. :Mrs Rose Mitchell re j 1j
freshmems chairman Mriitumta '

: Young. chauman (01
{+ table arrangement, and card* L

i 4 Mrs! Lillian Turpoljic will take e I Iw
can of the special prize Mr+> }
a Clare Simm.- will be publicity
t hulrman' and Mrs Pcugy lira
will be in charge of making postrs t
!Many more detail nave tI
let to be worked oul and ticket I
will soon be available.
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) r Baseball Registration RKUISTEP Wt ''tItS Mr and Mrs Ed Mills are

J Ed Mills, player's agent fur hnwn: II'' >'h. inhlc" a:/ hey registered youths for the com !
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Indian River C.ty. Little IX.MKUPmd m' base'ail -;e, y" Left to right are Ricky Lifsey, I
*, jas his wife. Villa, sot up re Claude! F M, 'f. )1) l Mrs Mills\ \ Ed Mills and Claude E.
Blue Ribbon Winner At Area Events Day i filiation' Sunday afternoon at Dyer Jr -- I iPhnin, TCB.)
the Civic Center to register
v ,. players for the coming baseball Marv Burns, Oak St.. last In the Caribbean Sea, where it
season A total of 29: reglstra week< was Mr*. Lizbcth Goldsmith made viral port, includini
tlins were rondo at that time. of Wet! lla-rpton, Long San Juan, P. R; Guantanamo
M Ed and "111a remained there Island N. Y When Mary livedin Day, Cuba, and Port-of,Spain'
Jan Price Theresa Doasen irom 1 1:00: p.m. till 3:00: p.m. R('. that locality, they were Trinidad. Ronnie said 'he a4
1 rwrtr Tortillas Demonstration legislation to date are: minor friends end have been old the tip of Venezuela and enjoy}
league, 13, reregistered Sunday friendi: : throughout the years. ed sight seeing and skin diving

khown as "Diek"!' recently! ccle. an Aviation Structural Mechanic 0; major league, total 38, reregistered at the other ports. r
btaled his 30th birthday Dicit First Class, in the U. S. Sunday :3 I; senior league Shore Leave The Newport News Is now'
and his wife. Fay, and lour Navy During the time he was registered Sunday, 3, makIng Ronnie Young, nun of Mr. and anchjicd at Fort Lauderdolft
z r children live at 7l4 Ihdlflrt Riv In California, he was stationedat a total of 11 registration Mrs. !M. E. Young. of S37 Vanguard and that's how Ronnnie win
... rr cr Ave, just east of Coquina Mlramar Naval Air Station, in the Senior Ave., was home with his able to get shore I leave for trJ|
Elementary School. Dick and near Son Diego, In between, he New registrations by ace, to family for the last weekend( week end. Ronnie's normM
Faye truly were pioneer residents alto served a t tour of duty aboard dale, are as follows: 8,>'ear olds Ronnie Is In the U S. Navy duties aboard chip are with t trie
In this area. When they ship' in\ Japan.Jack's 13; 9'years 9.; l 10.year abcmd (he U.S.S. Newport Radar Crew, but at present he p
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in'ID5 orders for 13, 11 year T; 12 5 ".
built their home there new are year ; Now serving his 90 day tour at Me-a
they were the only residents in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, wherehe 13 year 19; M'year 5; and 15- Tint vessel! H returning to Cooking, which every sailor hajs,
an area: that was Just pine trees will be for the remaining year olds 3. Norfolk, Va. from a training to do In the Navy at one tinteBee
brush and palmettos. Today fourteen months of his present cruise. Operation Springboard" I R C NEWS on Page,, 11
they are surrounded on all enlistment 1 Moro Workshops ---- ----- _
tides Since dependents are no longer Indian River City Home Dem-I
Dick's sister, Mrs Betty Sue allowed to accompany Naval onstintlon Club will sponsor another '
Cox, of North Florida baked a personnel to Cuba, Joan and the plaster moulding workshop FOR SALE
S 1 cake for her brother for his gals will remain here where :Monday, at the Civil Contci I
birthday. Dick and his family they to home.
plan buy a ', commencing at 9:30: am
went down to his parent's Jack will have about four Mrs. Pat Canzano will instruct 118 BEAUTIFUL LOTS IN
home at 139 Alhambra St., weeks' leave before reporting to Having made their platter
where Mr. and Mrs. DC, Holland Norfolk, Va. 4th From I
4-H Girls Show Food Demonstration Product on April moulds, it naturally takes time WHISPERING HILLS
live, and there they celebrated Norfolk he will tly to Cuba for the plaster to harden and
Indian River City South Titusville Happenings4H'ers his birthday with a family jack;: Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. dry. While! waiting, these Indies
gathering.From. H E. Harper of 310 Maple PI.; have set up a copper tooling COUNTRY C r CLUB C L ESTATESCity S

Joan's mother, Mrs. Betty Mul- program for those Inteicsted ;
( of Titus-rill)
DeBary icy, lives on Nidy Ave., Titus- It will be taught by Mrs Mary
I Hold Area Events j FEATURING)
Day Mr and Mrs. Ray C. Butcherof villf Jack's sisters are Mrs. Burns If further Information Is 1, Highest Elevation In Tittmllle
DiDary: visited at the homeof Frieda harper of 537 Vanguard desired, those Interested maycall 2. Sanitary Sewer (City of Tlrusvlllo)
M. and Mrs. Millard Hill, Ave., and Mrs. Marietta Barrett,
her at 2070591: Those desiring
4 H Area Events Day 3. Water (City of Tltusvllle)
North Brevard 4.H Clubs 341 Pritchard Ave., recently. of 313 Dclesplne Ave to participate in this new 4. Positive Drainage
were well represented at the They are the parents of a phase, are requested to bring 5. Paved Street
son who attended college with Card Party with them, wood sticks,
4 H Area Events Day held Sat- orange 6. Concrete Curbs
urday at the Coquina Elementary Millard in years gone by. The The home of Mrs. Jill Funk at terry.cloth toweling and an old: i 7. Lots Completely Filled
School. Each Club sent son has since passed away but 440) Abbott Ave., was a beehiveof ballpoint pen All the ladies arc I 8. Lots Adi'ent( to and overlooking
Blue Ribbon winners to compete r the Butchers enjoying reminiscing activity last week as important requested to bring their own I 1 i Tilutvlllt's 2 Golf Courses.
fur the opportunity of participating with the Hills on the college plans were made for the sandwiches Coffee will be scr 9. Development to FHA Specification
in the County Events days enjoyed with their late son. Desstrt! Card Party to be held ved. .
tt During the visit Mrs. Hill'ssister by the IRC Woman's Club. TERMS TO SUITf
March 21st in
pay on Cocoa. t j '
)Mrs 'Glcnda Newsom, Aist. + and family, ,Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Flink Is chairman of the From Lang .Island 7-W01 AM'AMI 1'11I
.Home Demonstration Agent Edwin Uttlewood, and :[two evtnt and announced that the A visitor at the home of7Mrs.; CALL AM 7-ui DAY AM. ./"."" $ .t.'.- ,NIGHT
4&V daughters, drove in from Pittsburgh definite date of this party wouldbe .
greeted each Club's representatives -
Pa. Edwin also: attended Wednesday, April 22, from .'"
$ga. college with "Butch" and 6:00: pm. till 11:30: pm in the
Individual demonstrations
were
Mtllaid For their freshman Community! Room of the Clti- :
given by the following local GRAND OPENING
girls: .tr raw year, the three roomed together Lena Bank. Many door prizes
+ and were frequently referred to will be given away with an
Bread Sue Valek and
j ,A N as the "Three Musketeers." Mr. extra !special prize, about which
Kathleen Mendenhall
r and Mrs. Butcher enjoyed hear. ;
Child Development GlorliLIckteie I ing Home of the tales Millard -- ,
and Miriam Welly.- Foar E and Edwin told. The Little. Kleett i KwwtI ,n-/
Clothing Sharon Gillenwatcr Kathleen Mendenhall wood left a day later for Mar- u
Jane Tipper and LaVina Displays Bread gale, where her parents live. MORE FAMILIES,
Hannum. ,,
Foods Kay Davenport, and Deidre Tlomas; Jo Ellen From Now York WITH KIDS' USE J
Coyle and Emily Sumrall. La Vina Hannum
Whitehurst Claudia Lick-
trig Lynn Phyllis Mattis, Jan Price Child Development Linda uflonholl Project| Lieut and Mrs. Richard B. I I COIN I OPERATED LAUNDRY '''.'',

and Theresa Deason. Griffin and Nancy Rcidman; Wise, and sons! Richard, Robert SUPERKEMIONE .

Dairy Home Foods Improvement- Eileen-Marks.Karen Marcile Grenville.Mendenhall and Ann Ethel Davis, Currey Mrs. Gloria, Mrs.Lickteig Norah, Mrs.Tip and City,William were ,recent all from house New! guests York Port St John (on U. S. 1)) ,;/;1 ;;I',

at the Home of Mrs. Frank B.
Gillcnwater, Donna Hawthorne, Dairy Foods Jeannie Han- per, Mrs. Irma Miller,. Mrs. Wise I
3r. at 212 Olmstead Dr
Phyllis Salzon, Cindy Bortz, num and Barbara Henderson. Elizabeth Ewoudes, Mrs. Phyllis Lieut Wise Is Executive Officer? 8:00: A.M. to 5:80: P.M. MARCH 11,12, & 13
Betll, Rose Foods Jane Price and
Mary LJtsinger. -
Falzon, Mrs. Hilda Rehberg, on the U. S. Coast Guard Cutler
Grooming Marchia Garrison. Theresa Deason; Sandra Burke "
Mri Kathy Schmitt and Mrs. "Rockaway. THAN ANY OTHER
and Cindy Boster.
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Mary Slaby.AUisling -
The following girls will be -
going
Public Speaking Cathy were 4-H Leaders From California WALL PAINT
to County Events Day representing NO WAITING!
IlhynaTeam the North Brevard 4-H Mrs Doris Jeffers, Mrs. W. P. Mr. and Mrs Jack Harperand Free MoneySaving
,i demonstrations were Deason, Mrs. L, Gillcnwater and
daughters Carol and Don
Clubs Miriam Jane 18 TOP LOAD
the : Welly, Tip
given by following: Mrs. Dclla .
hall.Celebrates
na, arrived here last Monday '
per, La Vlna Hannum, Claudia
-k
Breads Beverly Smith and Llckteig, Ellen Marks Rose Lit. from Escondldo, California. The AGITATOR' WASHERS
Susan Schneider; Rebecca Cole- linger Stephanie Cadwallader, Birthday Harpers have been living in Washes and
man and Lee Thompson; Stephanie Qitmy Jeffers. Jeanie Hannum, Richard Holland, better California since 1059 Jack Is BIG

Cadwallader and Ginny Barbara Henderson! Jan Price .I GroceryCertificate
Jeffers; Pam Ewoudes and Rob and Theresa Deason. I
bin Miller; Wannah Rehberg Judges were: Mrs. Vilma CONFIDENTIAL, PROFESSIONAL -I 10-Lb. Load !



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I ISSe prepared, in a manner to eave you time and money beautiful for yoors One coat JACKSON'S MINUTE MARKET

CAN EAT that you will be advised ef deduction, credits and expenses covers and ono gallon docs Right Nut" eor
the wills of an average rOom. REGISTER
that save you money Inform you of legal Special Savings Convenience! JUST
lax angles and accounting methods to reduce taxable Wl HAVI All '"IIIIUV COLORS!! 25 Lb. Washer 50 ,1:00: am soc: pm, Mir. IMJ-1I
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inccme and Com In and era thtml Nothing to buy Na Obligation
save you mohty.GUARANTEE
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Clean Up x Rug Yen do not have to 'be present
With French Fries. ColeSlaw FACTORY PAINT to win I

Buttered Rolls.

FOR ALL DAY FRIDAY T. pay all penalties or Interests you may be charged If due OUTLET Inc. I
te an error en our part. You must be satlified with ourNATIONAL FREE FREE FREE !
FISH SPECIALAll service, er no fee. Baldwin Shopping
I the fish You Can Eat Center AM 7.3235Discontinued

cole uttered French Slaw Fries Roll 69c INCOME TAX & BUSINESS < ColorsPrice WASH AS MUCH LAUNDRY AS YOU LIKE DURING

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In Series Of Auto TheftsThree Your Walgrscn Agency 50' BOOKMatches


TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU! 2 FOR :t

Titusville youths have reported that his 1960 Corvalr let hid: been stolen and it wai Walgrecns Smokers'
been charged with the theft of had been stolen from the Titus- found' the next day near the DIG APPLE PLAZA MAGNOLIA AVENUE
five local vehicles and are also ulle Hlsh School area The carv.ai tauifway Also from that area I TOOTH PASTE TITUSVILLE 1. R. C. t
being questioned in several found later that day by another cur was I stolen whichat C :i
breaking and entering cases. Policeman Bill Mauldin. He then! this time has net, been found. Slain removing If we ire not filling your prescription You Are Losing Moneyl Let Ua Prlr Your 21
had another call and in turn cal the tag that belonged to this and deodorizing! 39C J
The youths: were apprehendedin Low, Low Price. Prescriptions and Prove Itl Open Sundaysl
,
led Lt. Bohannun about finding or was found on the Story auto(;
after were (lim ltd IliK,* ."..1)
Lechburg they the car. While Lt Bohannori which was taken from the parking I
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stepped'the time by a they policeman were caught then.At was on the way to the scene the lot of. the Tilusvillo Medical j :"-,"- _- .- .-- .. .. :, WUt1if.; .
car was taken gain and was CinttrAccording
they were In' a car belonging to. not tecovercd until the next : to Eoliannon, the :t tu
Dr. Ben Story of Titusvillt After day parked 2 miles east of the joutrs being held' in jail await. I t4 LAVORIS93c )
being stopped, they Jumped Indian River Bridge At the time ing their hearing, are James M. CURAD 63c

from the car end ran but were it was found (lie radio was miss Cool:. age 16, of S Lado Lane; .
and taken to the Lees "Oucliless"BANDAGES I SIZE
caught Ing. and brothers Bobby Gene Paikcr CduK l d4Ut
burg Jail. After being questioned Monday a':;M'noon McGotter nee! :< 13, and Jerry Parker, I '' { 1
by officials then, they admit Foul} ported that a 1904 Thundeibiri age 13. of 156 TUusvilleLt 63c
from
ted they were ;
> had been stolen This The investigation was headedby ,
W J. Boh an noil. did investigator cur was found that afternoon on l.t W. J. ttohannon who was '' 1 I With Telfa Pad 1.00 SUPER BLUE 15's .
All -
of the Titmville Police -AND( DON T WE
King Street out of gas atsi>ted by Tony Said mo and _
Department, was called and ho That came day B J. Reynolds also other police officers of the r Plastic -
Medicated
Department and Bill Smith flew of to tile Loitburg Juvenile reported that hU 1960 Chcvro- )local dcpjitmcntSouthern I COUNT ON CUTTERS ?a ,. } \ or Skin Plain color. 45C CON IDET 24c

and brought them back here. I
LOW PRESCRIPTION w 45c SIZE SANITARY NAPKINS 12'.
According: to Bulunnon, their Bell Names McKinney

spree of "taking free rides" be I PRICES TO SAVE Eases Soothes LOVING CARE
gun March 1 and was as follows: 96cDr.
As General
Plant
Mirth 1 Hugh Lee Matthews! ManagerE. Sclioll's
YOU 1.50 SIZE . . .

C J. Yates, Vice President and e rw. y-
Jim Fogg NamedTo General Manager\ for Southern FOOT
,
Bell in Florida, has announcedthe FACE TISSUE 1E 7c
POWDER
appointment of E B McKinney T
SOCIETY 400'sREG.. .
'Honor Ring'By 'as General Plant Man\ e.
ager, replacing S. C. Zimmerman Refreshes

who has accepted a position ASTER TOYS & relieves: ', 9Ctiredfeet JERGENS LOTION . 1,00 size 59c
AHslale with Georgia the: Company in Atlanta, 3 oz tin.


member Jim Fogg of has the Allstate been named Insur a Vice McKinney I'relli ,Personnel presently Assistant in Atlanta 'Sweet Lullaby _-' _. >>._',. -,___ _. .- _. _"_-."_._._... -,I .'.-__.-__-_-' : l :. }t ;... :

ance Company's "Honor( Ding of joined Southern Bell in MUSICALRABBIT
1937 as a switchman in Nashville,
Agents, the highest honor an { e.R
COCOA
Tennessee. After holding other
Allstate agent can achieve. ISa
The Honor Ring to which he assignments of increasing responsibilities
in Tennessee and Atlanta r aaw Coupon
belongs: is composed of thecompany' { Assortment Bat>cx DOORMATS
he was appointed District : ,fit. sruraPOO redemabl. on
top agents from throughout ... Rey,
Plant Manager West Palm BRECKSETti
at
s
fie! lit:y states, Canada Beach McKinney: was appointed Three different, lovable bun pies, ( b1 98 C I pn Setting Loiion
and Switzerland Florida Personnel Manager in a all with windup keys; each,, play 2_ CriaAM 8 tar included with
"The fact that Fogg has achieved 1955 and General Personnel Sup a sweet tune.Colorful pile plush''.._........ ea or : Full SizeDeluxe
this honor as an agent for ervisor In Atlanta, Georgia, in H/llrose K GLYCERINE
the company in Titusville certainly 1957 lie assumed his present B. McKinney BRECK Shampoo ) '
points to a healthy economic responsibilities In 1959 S ROSEWATER CREAM Choice Normal or Dry }formula Quality
growth in that area," WilLiam Zimmerman began his tile- merman came to Florida in 1952as INFLATABLE BUNNIES leaves skin soft, satin smooth for 'Beautiful Hair'. 4 ounce Reg. 2.SO 'I
F Powers:: Regional Man Ideal
., phone career In Kentucky as a District Plant Manager in C
ager: noted. :,!s jf) > lineman In 19J7:! He held numerous Miami. He became South Florida I Cclorful Vinyl Bunnies haf0 makeup
C 8M
.. ',. assignments In Kentucky, climaxing Plant Manager In 1953 and came Inflate Inside Inflatable 9 8 ?
Pharmacist Charged with District:: Plant 'Manattr'ln to Jacksonville as General Plan) Clear .Vioyl Egg 4,
With Transporting; I >:louifiville In 1048 21 re- Manager in 12 I 1 'f Ri4Iif Reserved ra Limit puantrhesi
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Stolen PropertyArrest i

of a l)Ielbourne pharmacist -
St. TeleeSa'SCatllolic 1
on a charge of interstate
transportation of stolen Borden
property was ,enounced this Deluxe ICE CREAM I
week by J F Santoiana Jr., Church .
special agent in charge of the Quality e

Tampa Division the FBI. Always Your d4 E.-

Santoiana said eiat.ohn. Beck-
urn, 36, who lives ,at the Mel Announces ChangeIn 7 ,..o Best Bjyl POLARCOLOR $1.00 to $1.49 Quality Made-Rite Pure Bristle
bourne Hotel and1 "who is employed !
No. 43 ROLL
as pharmacist and man T O Copper MOLDS shave Brush
ager of Fulmer',Drug Store in Sunday Mass ScheduleDue 4 POLAROIDColor
For ds+.rrs 3
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Melbourne, was arrested for I S. salads.Choke 29 Badger Ike, blended
forging and cashing four $100
Film of shapes.Only. throughout. Plastic 98C 1
traveler checks, 'drawn on the
I handle colored base..
First National JCitf) Bank of To Increased Attendance, Our Specialty.. .is Pleasing You! ; I'
New York, in Eau Gallic
Beckons appeared before U I DINE OUT ECONOMICALLY Now full color "

S. Commissioner Thomas L. Beginning Sunday March 15 at Your Cutter Fountain-Grill photos In |lust A _' --

l.cndcrsun: : here on Monday and ONE MINUTEI.I II!...!?.,
was leased on $1,000 bond T-BONE STEAK V J ({{It,. \,,",,- ..2, '. I" .. ,

pending action further federal court There Will Be Four Sunday Served with French fried THUR., FRI. t.. ; ,t. : 13, .

potatoes, crisp tossed C AND SAT. : 1)I'; ;:"'1"J
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449 .
Morning t Masses As Follows: green end toasted salad with roll,dressing Only-------, From'til clos llam ng.. L' : '- N'O t. ....

I I If f have rental -- -'-- -MATE Pens
you 7:09: 8:30: 10:00: and 11:39: YlmF.aaxon Imletn.+ .ndrKa., WFQTPI nY Baby Ben profilthoped PAPER to fit your gripe, '

housing, list it in r Keywound alarm. Quiet tick Slim style, Regular or Husky.
White or black., $7.98 Seller
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: .", March 11, If64 Tltverlllo(Florida) Stir Advocate Pag J-B
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"Super-Right" Western Beef Boneless
UF Designates $17,564

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To Specific Agencies "SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF

iOAST ;

A total of $17,564 from 3,604 cer Research $3,141: Salvation TEAK '
contributors was designated to Army, $2,757, Central Brevard
specific agencies in the 1963 Unncd Crippled Chi II I d r e n' a Clinic,
Fund campaign, it was re $2,121; Brevard Assn. for Retarded I A
ported today by Art Snyder ex Children $1,607; Brevard 1, ( or Boneless
ecutive director. This is 5 per Heart Loan Fund $1,026; Cath I
cent of the $325,689 raised. olio Charities Bureau, $904; i %9 5 A L E RUMP
The amount of the dcsigna Boy Scouts, $331; Arthritis ROAST 85' C
tions to each agency will be submitted Rheumatism Foundation; $819.;
to the UF'B admissions South Chapter, American Red
and budget committee for their Cross, $726; Children's Home -- I CLOSE Your Choice, LB."SuperRight" .
Ie L U B
iufcrmation in their review of Society of Florida, $560; TRIMMED
1964 member agencies' needs Central Brevard Mental Health
which they are studying now. Assn. $523; Gill Scouts, $488; Heavy Western PorkCANADIAN
Snyder stated that: "The South Brevard YMCA $329; "Super-Right Corned Beef .1; CUBED BONELESS
significance of these figures is North Brevard Rehabilition Center
that the budget committee must $307; North Chapter American BRISKETS LB159c
provide at least the designated Red Cross $289; 1'
amount to each agency. Out USO $J47; South Brevard Plumros. Imported (Danish) '"" :T BONE TRIMMED CLOSE CHOPS
of the undesignated funds avail Charities, $243: ; Child Guidance 1 '
able (05'( ) the committee will\ Cl.me, $232; Titusville Coopcra BACON"SuperRight" : $$2.99
provide the balance of eachagency's tive Charities, $181; Central B 6
SIRLOIN I I
Pure Pork Bag p
1964 appropriation." Bievard YMCA, $103; Visiting IN Quarter: Loin
The designations and amount Nurse Service $81; National '1.LB,
3S.
to each agency are as follows: Travelers Aid Assn., $27, Total SAUSAGE IS 69c ,BAG Sliced 2to3lb.Average .

Damon. Runyon Fund for Can $17.564 I",., Oscar Myers Delicious T 0 P R 0 U N D BL SS': Pkg. 5 9 C

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SMOKIE [LINKS KG: 59c r LB. . . .
I I I ICgntinued III Your
Indian
River City News Quick Frozen Fox Deluxe Pepperoni Choice 87 C

I HAMBURGER PIZZAS 79c Western Steer Beef
EACH
from Page 3 B ren and young people. 4 "Super-Right" Heavy
Children's books Include: "A Cap'n John's Quick Frozen
during his first enlistment. Ron I' -
nie he does not mind this at Friend i$ Someone Who Likes 1LB.PKC. '
says
COD FILLETS : 39c i I
all because he Is on the "Salad You" by Juan Anglund; "Black LIVE R

dressings Bar", preparing for salads vegetables and berry's Kitten" by Lettice Cooper Quick' Frozen Peeled and Deveined Close I rimmed Rib . lb. 19c
; "The Turret" by Margery Le'
On the south from Norfolk J
trip BAG SHRIMP $$1.99.
Ronnie said the vessel lay at Sharp; "Runaway Pony Run BAG lb. 19c
away Dog" by Ruth Carroll;
anchor for three dajs about 30 Skinned
Completely
"Hooper, the What What Owl" Cap'n John's Quick Frozen Breaded f

They miles station listened at and sea it off to really the Cape Cocoa made Kennedy.radio him by Ready Earl for and School"Natalie by Cole,Leone"All HADDOCK PORTIONS 2 PKG.: 99cQuick Boneless Full Cul Round, lb. 19c Deveined and (

Sliced: 49C
Adelson; "Waddy and His Brother"
homesick, being so close to Frozen Headless
by Patricia Coombs.
his home parents.and not being able to see Youth Fiction includes "The SHRIMP LB. 79c LB. . .

Now Books "The Young Emerald Mary Queen Ring" "Portrait of Scots"of;; r"ijpFiSVkit : Tt= sfi1fj1: ]

Mrs. Jackie Merriam Librarian !.. a Victim"; "Avenue of Dreams"; Save A&PSJccial! CABOT BRIQUET 1 im PLdID
at the IRC Branch of the Tltimille "Eage of Sundown'; "The Sin al 6n .a'!
Public Library says: that ner and the Summer Song"; I STAMPS E1
she, has just placed the shelves 'GiiU Witches' Hill" "Just =
on on :
h \Mlli title million mill pnrrhe"e i>( M I.
of the library a number of Plain Maggie" and "Shadow in :I....> 14 O;. Bottle Antiseptic VS
books of great interest to child. Skjarhng" CHARC'GAL 2 OLB. 79c : | LISTERINE 89c MI :
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1964 Parade Of Harmony Will I; 1'YUenn\ n".a'.xx'It..h S-IIM.YYn. Jlun', .1'' U If:


Save & !S ectalt.! WHITE HOUSE ::: : ;ii -_
Feature Area Quartets, ChorusesThe -fit 19. ,, F l f> : ; c; \

executive board of the the day and 267.5835 at night
Greater Canaveral Chapter of and on weekends. EVAP. MILK 613FLUID77.c 25 ] ki,?;i
the Society for the Preservationand :: J
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.
Encouragement of Barber January. CigaretteTax nun 'hi'> r iM>n mni i>utioo0 .M/../
Qt. Jar Pickle' Patch KotKer Whole +[

shop(SPEBSQCA Quartet Singing) has authorized In America $4,586,781.07 Collections Special! All Flavors Special.ll! ChernjjsterWHITE 'fSpeclall.. Jan. Parker t DILL PICKLES "" :'HI'1:'$36., .M.,!

.
the planning of the "1901 Parade '00 1 1 14k LB, ('.Him. >..uil 4\\Hm.uch; i-ll HI Nu,1! M trt f hti'' IV
FRUTASTEDRINK3w" TUNA "Si 65cSpeciall PIES 39cSpecial ,
$ PEACH
Of Harmony"% Net cigarette tax collections In. EACH I : aiit:3i: : s :
The show will be held on Sat fie state amounted to $1,586,781.07 e e
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Tudor Brand Beer or Wisconsin Colored Cheddar Jane ParkerBLUEBERRY -- ---------- ::- : : -
urday April 11, 19G4 at 800p for the month of January. '
.m. sit the Cocoa High School Richard R. Keating, director of, ALE 12 ROTS L: $1.17$1 70 FRESH CHEESE LB. 53c PIES 'EACH. 49c l= ufr:: "L'I i.c ) r j!
Auditorium and will feature barbershop the State Beverage Department 1 jwf tl ,
quartet and choruses reports that $1,338,192.65 of this. Save at A&PI Speciall Special! Pickle Fetch Sweet Special! Jane Parker Spice C... ( 25' a r.tArt..D" ni:

Orlando from this area.urea and from the amount! Revenue will go Fund to the and State the General remaining -I A&P SPINACH 4 CANS! 49c MIXED PICKLES JAR 39c SPANISH BAR 'I.La'L iS; 29c I(f Mllh I III. rnlhen. .nil. |>*rrl>i4:"l let JJj

For ticket information call G. $3.2 8,588.42 will be distributed I, 2 101.<<1.. pkgs. Birdieye Frozen r.I:
to qualified municipalities Ann Page Tender Cooked Ann Page Really.FineMAYONNAISE Speciall Jane Parker Fresh Crisp 8 .
F. Erickson at 267-2153 during !? CHOPPED TURNIPS :34c 3:|

Brevard. County cities receivedthe PORK & BEANS V;LB. 27c JAR QT 49c POTATO CHIPS 'BOX LB 49c r '*,","m MiMiil'4 ill\\uimh t I c Ml nun. Mernh" It MiI Jji!

ENVELOPES Buslncsi Sizes following amounts: Titusville, ur :tt 7 :41..m j
;
Also Kraft Envelope! with cUsp 19613.61; Cocoa $25,323.77; "i l JJ .r J.f._ __u_.___1JL.o'O'.J..J; ____
for mailng f uU ktock: at :bur- Cocoa Beach, 8958.04, Eau Gat- r :
lie, Melbourne, $22-
$18,32499
;
Advocate. 0-530 ;- :' "' : I FRESH MADE I FRESH JUICY, SWEET PJ.AID'
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COLE SLAW .
ORANGESI riiHpun null iiunhHM f
{ I 2 llloaos5 Cms Croise A Blackwell Fill
IBMMACHINE 14 I I"I Date, Fruit or Chocolate eel55c
: I NUT ROLLS 49c: Sii !
'1 \ 8.OZ S-LB. : U. a-H-Ai
2 BAG 29 I BAG I ..UII"" a"d IIrYUYII "un. I.r.h IS !N!

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COMPUTORPROGRAMMING S I R A W B E R R I E S o 3 PINTS 89' C PEACHES Yellow Cling Halves or Sliced


GARDEN FRESH

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ICA'S NEEDED FASTEST. ENROLL NOW GROWING NOW IN AMER-NEW INDUSTRY !(G j R E E'N CAB B AGE ib.5c I Or Fruit Cocktail


DAY AND EVENING CLASSES ---- 2 CANS49c
NOW FORMING. I II ., ,i-lisfl _-__ --------i:
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Eelbeck Yuban
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INFORMATIONDEADLINE APARTMENTS I PICK UP BODY CAB for ford M I AND LONG distance moven. < HOUSES FOR SALE BUYS
or 63. Short wheel ti LARGE 3 \ !Moving\ storage, packing, NO QUALIFYING, $75000 down.
8pm. D*r Before I house north of Kelly's Dlock shlpplrtg, cold fut storage, cratling. ,
{ bath double carport
Publicities For W d. Frl. apartment Plant, lims.I50GAtTO 3 Bit 2 ,
11 A.M. Bit. For Mon. Publication schools and Free estimate 267-331U built-in kitchen, air condition
monthly. George STEEL; DRUM with Brevard Rldgtway Mayflower. ed. Gardendale. AM[ 7-3262. 122:! -2 adjacent lots north of

WANT AD RATES 2673622. top. Contained! Ink. Suitable! for I city.) Each lot is slightly over
I cant. per wordMinimum heavy.duty use, $3.50. Call at .. Plumbing Supply WHISPERING HILLS. Modern 9 one acre In size and Is pricedat
Chart 8flo' FLORIDIAN Star-Advocate! office. room, 2 bath, swimming pool
in, efficiencies, SEPTIC TANKSof air conditioned fireplace, deep $2250 With $850 down and
rates air JOB TRANSFERREDHad well. And an income! apartmentover balance at 6-- over 5 years.
ALL CLASSIFIED! Abs Street. to move (bill 6f town. Takeover pre-tast Concrete, steel-rein 2 car garage.: and work shop.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE balance Mi UrMituro. Call forced, state-approved, sizes 540 Grounds completely, landscapedand 126 241)) acres north of Mim '
Except Eatabilabid Account 2 BEDROOM: Adjuster at 267-5735. gal., 630 gats., 735 gals. and 1000 contain 120 trees, mostly orange -
ed, 1 child, $90 (all. Grease traps installed, tanks plumosa palm and oak. on good county road with 2900
::la..W.ct DIaply ItlUTh ..Availabion damage deposit. FURNITURE BRAND NEW, newer pumped and cleaned, drain fields Near golf course. CaU 2672049.LOTS ft. railroad frontage of good! <
R.Ueat. before 11 a.m. unct.ted. transferred, must kcIjJV relald. Work guaranteed. Pittman county road. Would make excellent
Bttr-Advocal rei.rvi the !. !Or part at W list Septic Tanks, Inc. Phone AM!\ 7- FOR SAL
>rtyii.ju at' MvlnlDf or rejecting industrial or development
any JTCrtlMneDt which It i) iniobjectionable BACHELOR TO price. Living room, dining room $U21. P. O. Box 2018, Titusville.
eel to change th.cia.aItfthtiua vate room with and bedroom furniture. Can Florida FH\ AND VA approved. Excellent site. $750 per acre with
6f an* advert leeiticnl. freedom. $75 Cocoa, 6325417.ACCORD1AN terms for builders. Call Edwards 25*' down.
from that ordered to conform to Realty, 2673261.ATIENTION .
lhe_ policy tt tbli paper. APARTMENTS WUttLlTZER, 120 Real Estate
h. 8Ur-Advocata will Bet bo bedroom now Will trade BUILDERS lots 181-20 acres with 660 ft. on,
.....onelbl, for more than OBI In.correct bass $50.: for guitar. 6 ,
Insertion nor will It be House 267-3533. TRAILER PARK AND motel. 13 I as Is, $2200 each. Shady Oaks Route 46 near 195 Interchange
liable for an> error In adrertle 1 and Court St., trailer spaces and 5 unit motel.! subdivision, large storage ware 1320() ft. depth High and
menu to a creater extent than GE FlLTERFLO, automatic wash. x
Plus living In Ibo* colt Item of In the the apace advertlnm.nl.occupied by HOUSES er. $65. 26722dl.OVERLOADED wife's operation.\ 200 ft. front Call owner. 2675963. dry at only $2000 per acre.

j age on U. S. 1. 1709 S. Ridge- 29"r down, balance 15 jrs,,
FROST-
ijuilnusi Offleo IS Main street SUITABLE and home FOR CLEAR 15 cu. ft. REFRIOERA.TORFltEEEtt. new ( '.-. Wood, Edgewater, Fla. IN SCOTTSMOOR, large lot, 100 @ 8%. ,.
tl.l' AM 7-OS31 We must IC x 135, 685. Large building lot,
Office. Hour I::00 to Bit room. 1 bath. move HOUSES FOR SALE 100 x 135 In Scottsmoor, $900.
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2679940. in and talk to Call Wessner Realty, 2677125. 108! -114 acre wooded building"site ,

us before you buy anywhere. t4.i c..lgm S, JLnt.,L'*.,I 19t4 YoiM ,M,.,,n,,. 2 BEDROOMS\ SCREENED porch, located in Spruce Hillif
FUrniture
Home
BEDROOM.. Rt. 46
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Animals Company carporte, fenced lot, $1100 down, to
ed. For Mims, Fla, Phone AM 7J565.ITS : 'Well\ it's not ilY SB6 monthly. 267.5764f7SO Mims. Paved street prop
idea
1252. of an all-electric kitchen!1" DON'T PAY RENT! Itt,. $2750.408Trader ,.
ARC REGISTERED Chihuahuas, TIME TO FERTILIZE.( Conv DOWN 3 bedroom, air con f
2926 South Hopkins Ave.. 267. 3 BEDROOM, post, :3 I bags for $t. Nichols Poul. ditioned, double carporte and I
lot located
:3559 ifter 8 p.fn. near shopping try F.frti. Closed Saturday 267. Help Wanted Mobile Homes family room. Mr. Evans. 267- TRAILERI on private -
ly with option to 2367. I I 3267. In town. $4500 or $3700
BOXER, male, fawn color, 1 year Realty, 267.3858.UNFURNISHED without trailer. Lot size Is 68
old, ears clipped, all shots, good REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS, FEMALE HELP WANTED I TRAILERS FOR SALE LARGE 3 BEDROOM, bath and OWNERSWe x 100. 14ij:
with children, beautiful animal, : washers, dryers (almost any I Vt, $300 down. $85 monthly. Call
complete with nice doghouse town house, tiled make!). Buy Em Wholesale plus CLERK-STENO, must have know. PACEMAKER, ex31, full Wessner Realty, 2677125
$33 00. AM 7-5646. heat and aervit,&! T.V, Service Center, ledge of typing and shorthand, bath, A-l condition, 2676397. 415-100 x 130 off Old Dixie
without range. 2115 Garden St., 267.3883.NEW must be able to meet public, excellent ------ GARDENDALE 3 BEDROOM hive: beautiful full acre mobile Highway near Titusvllle air
50 x 10, I'" BATH, $8700 Invest. home lotv sire ICO port. Nicely wooded and
Boats For Salo : $135 monthly working conditions, apply home, completely furnished. x 440
1W4 ment, sacrifice for 14500.) 2CT-1388 located.
COLOR
T.V. ideally $3350 and
$359 50
Hall 323: Palm Ave. Take ,
_City $2,000. over payments. for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH
W. T. plus or 267-7021. worth it.
ATTRACTIVE, service feuy Em: well
SAVE $900, less than 2 months old, Phone 267 3256, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
bath and Wholesale. f.V Service' Center, MALI HELP WANTED
used 5 hours, 1964.18 foot fibre- room, 2115 Oartlefl St. ON LOT, new 2 bedroom, 50 x 10, Move In now Trailer Living I
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$133 monthly 267.3883.WiiY"B 3 BEDROOXI, 1 BATH corner lot,
glass, 196463 liP Mercury eng. available immediately, tdult at its Jjoit.CHRISTMAS. 429-We have several buildinglots
ine, many extras, original cost 7145. I BUY used appllince that MAN TO HOE Citrus trees, part couple. 2675695. low down payment, assume in Port St. John. If you I

2709 mutt sacrifice, sell: for RC, 2 bedroom, like has been demonstrated for time. 2671481 ....mortgage.. 2673599. PARK are considering building in I

$1800. 267-6893. children or pets. month On the floor at high KITCHEN HELP, white, apply in NEW 1964 SKYLINE 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, huge kitchen, this area, stop in and see us. -
p.m. prices When you can Ret the appliance person, Virginia Fried Chicken. Special J,995, 50 x 10, 2 bedroom, family room, living room, central -
Building & Const. you want wholesale and including washing machine, furniture heat and air cond. with two 11 Miles West of Indian River 549-Over 3 acres with 200 ft.
OFFICES in the carton with service from a PLUMBERS WITH county or Tit- delivery and letup Low car garage, situated in one of the City on Rt. 60. Christmas, FlorIda on U.S. No.1. Good high land
tIDY CONSTRUCTION resident. dealer you know. T.V. Service usvllle licenses. Call Howard down payment. 7 years financing. finest sub-divisions in Titusvillearea. Phone Orlando 275-1933! Just north of Mints Priced at
fall, commercial and remodeling OFFICE SPACE. Center, 2115 Garden St., 2673883. Myers Southern Plumbing Company MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES $2,000.Olo down handles $16,500 with 29* down.
12 In Titusvllle. Licensed 1-2 or 3 room 2677383. Authorized Skyline dealer call Arrow Realty AM: 7-7037,
years REPOSSESSED SPINET PIANO 1224& No. U.S. 1 No. of overpass, Indian River City. LARGE LOT for multiple dwelling -
and bonded. Phone AM 7-2320. BEFORE YOU 1 Used only 4 months, take over MEN. BETWEEN ages 21.52. experienced Tltusv lIIe, 287-3081 or community business. $200 559-500 ft. U.S. No. 1 frontage
this downtown small monthly payments. preferred, willing to GARDtNDALE,3DEDROO'dS,2: down, $35 monthly. Also can finance by 400 ft. deep including two
Business OpportunitySUITABLE Air-conditioned, KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC train Interested men In grocery MOONLAND bath, central heat and air. building. Inquire, 2671481. corners. $55 per ft. with
$93. C..nire'.d Davis : 2126 W. Tropic 267-6368 business, very fast expansion Small equity, $113.75 monthly. terms. < t *
FOR small businessand lando, i program. Will i enable rapid ad Mobile Home Sales 2676477. Sale or Trade
home combination for rent, ville 2677840. J FENDER PRECISION electric! vancement. Applications being
2 bedroom 1 bath. Kitchen equip. base guitan Blonde finish with taken at Jackson's Mimt Market, SPECIAL PRICES AND BRENTWOOD ESTATES 749-2 business lots in good 101
ped. 2579940.Camping. ROOMS accessories, plus fender leather corner( Washington and JacksonSt. SPACES PROVIDEDU.S. 4 well planned models are now 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath central dishwasher heat cation in Indian River City on
and airconditloning, ,
case Base guitar, list price' $279 Brentwood Estates is minutes Hopkins Avenue. Well wortrt
-- ; 1 North of Overpass open. .
built In and oven,
HuntingBUY ROOMS FOR guitar case, list price $60: worth from downtown Titusville, disposal, range the price of $7500.
lIege, TV and near $350: sacrifice at $200. Excellent :- GRANTS NEEDS salesmen for appliance Titusville 267.5695 West on Garden Street. FilA well for lawn, furnished wide trailer or unfurnIshed -
2283 after 5pm. condition. Call Ron, 267- and TV department. VA 23.4 bedroom homes from for 10' ,
tent
OR rent a folding camper RENT Phone 751-320 ft. on Hopkins Avenue
TRAILERS FOR lots 2672018.
,. slehpi' S, stove, sink, Icebox: 0331 or 267-7135 after 1 p.m. Guaranteed salary plus commis $85 monthly, Includes every or acreage. by 1194 ft. deep Attractivelypriced
Double J. 2478 Old SLEEPING sion. Company benefits, 267-7142 NE 68385.
gtoup thing.
Campers. or for use. )
Dials Highway,.,Phone 267-1584. des for rent. 801 FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES. health Insurance, retirement MOBILE HOME. with home like! Services'
3400. floor samples, greatly reduced benefits no experience necessary room added on corner lot. very 4 BEDROOM. 2 bath new, low
Child Care to make room for new merchandise We will train. No( ''P one close Irt on U. S. 1, $24 weekly, down payment. Nicest section in BRICK, BLOCK and cement work. 755-Approx. 100 ft, from ocean.
NEWLY for new lines. Buy of a life calls interviews from 91pm. Intellectuals; 267-8441. Tltulv le. Forest Hills. 267-3564 Free estimates. Yerger Construction. Two 2 bedroom apartmentsand
ditloning, TV, time. 2111 Oirdeo, 267-5733 or Apply W. T. Grants, Pirtle Plaza. I AM 7.5728.Continued a one bedroom apartment
QIILD C1:fanllY hour, day or weekly. 2327 S. 2671926. TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT 3-BEDROOM, 2 bath, deep well, all completely furnished ocornl'r _
week, River I Heights call 267.5407. nice lawn recently painted. on N.., Pag
AM 7-576. FURNITURE Insurance ONE ACRE trailer space, $30 per'I'I paved street with extra
S rooms of fine Draperies. No qualifying. Phone
ft
:50 x 100 lot. Located in
LOW clean
.1 rates
month children
LES5"I furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite. welcome. Applyto 267.6599.
New
For, Rent men. $10-3. Call 7 piece dinette all only $13.U RUSSELL R. E. Spring man 2 blocks off U, S. No 1 rentals Smyrna$400 Beach month., Approx.Pricedat
WAREHOUSE per month. Decor Furniture, 200 _50 Christmas Park LARGE 3 BEDROOM\ house, 2 full $20,000 and per shown
by
OTOHE AND' OFFICE space for N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian River INSURANCEInc. Mobile tile baths, built in range and FRONTAGELet polntment only.800Beautiful ap.
rent. See. 'Harris Realty, Inc., STORAGE SPACE City. Phone 2677613. Home Owners I oven, carporte and utility room
2674413. ing on Nevins \ LIVE RENT no red tape, no qualifying, $750 Us show you this choice
down and in 2671928. new 3 bedroom,
Star-Advocate Help Wanted 2001 So Washington Avf. move
FOR RENTFloot' ablo now. See parcel of U. S. No. 1 front- 2 bath home $13,650, no down
son, at LUXURLIViNG, new brick aqe: between Titusville and payment) with V.A. financing.
S.hdltrs.' Polishers SALESLADY ((1)ELECTROVERT Phone 267-6720 FREEInvest veneer, 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath, Mims. 584' frontage on U.
or salesman (1)) Retired or part. built in range and oven. dish
Phone AM 7-3253
For S. No. 1 with an 818-4 bedroom 2 bath home
time Public Relations type sales Mobile Homes washer and disposal, intercom average ,
FACTOID' PRINT OUTLET and contacts, on commission basis. r $20 down payment md with All and FM radio, centraloil depth of 632'. Ideal for between Titusville and Mims.
.i Center ELEVEN commercial USED coin For Interview write S. Orvis, TRAILERS FOR SALE pay only $20 monthly and you heat and airconditioned, shopping center site or Westinghouse kitchen, lot ISO
Baldwin .Shopping machines Jr., P. O. Box 835, Melbourne, will buy and possess your own wood burning fireplace, wall to many other uses. At pres- x 75. Deep well and water
ing ,
APARTMENTS FOR RENT 2676267. Fla. TRAILER, 24', 2 BEDROOMS, extra large full acre trailer lot. wall carpet, double car garage: ent time planted in grove.A softener, extra 2 room build-
fair shape L. Earl Walls, 434 Become your own landlord. fully landscaped, corner lot, Ins wired. Only $14,100 with
NEW COMPLETELY decorated, FIMALt HELP WANTED Hillcrest Avenue. Don't tear up rent receipts each $27,500. For appointment 267. total of 8.35 acres situ $3000 down.
GE MOBJLE
furnished 3 rooms. Utilities Included. month. More taaa ISO: happy 1928. ated high and dry. Price is
Private, home appear $::50, good HOUSEKEEPER and baby sitter 1963 14 ft. TRAVEL TRAILER. families now reside in our Beautiful only $200 per front foot 823-Central air and heat 3
ance. Professional type adults wanted immediately. Phone AM Sleeps 4 adults, $895 can be Trailer Community. Only a 3 BEDROOM\ BATH, many extras with with 29/o dawn and bedroom, 2 bath home with
only. Call 2673157._ I LEGAL PADS 7-2464 financed, 267.5196 or 267-4691. few lots left. Visit us and SH 106 Barna Ave., $500 down. deep well, city water, car
terms to suit the purchaser.
(for yourself the finest Mobile 267 0207. porte, adjoining concrete floor
Remember Advocate Office HAIRDRESSER: TO take over fol 1959 TRAVELIIOME TRAILER, Home Park la all Florida. Call today as this won't for boat, fenced in side and
pay your PaperBoy. lowing. Guarantee. 2672630. 36 X 10, excellent condition, immediate LOVELY 3 BEDROOM: 2 bath
possession, private CHRISTMAS PARK home, spacious living room, air- back. $17,900 price, $2000
WANT WOMAN to babysit and do owner, low monthly payments. Route 50 Christmas Florida conditioned, carpeted, fenced down, $125 per month includes -
SEE light housework. 7-4:30: p.m. 267- I Open 1pm. Saturday, er.WANTED Phone Orlando 275-1727 I yard, many extras. 108 ThorntonAve. everything. This is a home
Trailer 267-1659. you would be proud to own.
4517 after 5 p.m. view Park, R. DePuy. )
Direction 12 miles west of last.wetiC:
U.S. No.1" Titusvllle I OWNER LEAVING 888-4 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, FlorIda -
I Modern 2 BdRm home located in room and northof
patio just
MOBILE HOME l on Highway 50.
: I established residential area, nota Slims including I 100" ft. I
development, convenient to frontage on U.S. No. 1 which
Featuring: schools and town. 6 fruit trees could be sold off. A, buy at
Ph.D's Interested in teaching college level courses in and old shade trees. Custom $19,500, with Urms.
RrALToRS
built home with city water and
Mathematics Business Administration Economics j
Humanities BUILDERSWANTED sewer. In addition there is an .

LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE ; 8 three-hour evening courses annually in Cape attached lot facing USI for bus 412 Main St. Titusville, Fla. 887 estate-Beautiful just 1000 executive ft. north typ of
iness or. investment. FHA or
Kennedy area. No committee work or other administrative
limits. Has '
city a beautiful
LOTS WITHCENTRAL conventional financing. Shown by Phone 267-5000
duties. appointment only. W. J. Smith, large home placed amongcitrus !
WATER "FOREST HILLS Realtor phone 267-3511 groves and high oak I
Write: Resident Director, P. O. Box 4393, trees. Shown by appointment* I
ESTATES"ONLY only, : I
Patrick AFB Florida 32925.
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4 LOTS LEFT AT "North 8,,....'* Oldest Real. Estate Service" I
$3000 Per Lot! 953-200 ft. frontage on Garden
$95 DOWN $35 Street which is being fouf t
CHAS. JANNARONETitusville & 2 laned. Zoned for business.
Shopping Center Just placed on the market for
TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville AM 7-3441 IlI.Jleqc( Jl. $23,700 with terms. I

U.S. 1 to Mims.! Continue! north on U.S. 1 I. R. C. AreaNew \

mile to our entrance on right. For free It T.t.ph_ RENTALS ft ;

call 287-5586. modem 3 and 4 bedroom homes AM '.2011 Rent with option to purchase. .

New 3 bedroom. 2 bath home
F.H.A. and V.A. Just completed. Priced -
with central heat and air con
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK !
; from $15,950.00 to 2000000. ATTENTION HOUSE HUNTERS ditioning in nice neighborhood.
AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL 1. Every completed home occupied in this high quality Rental $125.00 per month with I I
last month In
first and advances
new community featuring paved streets and One half of rent to apply to PUM' I
Trade In Your Old HomeWe sidewalks. Just outside city limits. Choose your chase price if option is exercb1ed. :

home now from models under construction. FOR References required. J

have ten 3 and 4 bedroom homes JESS W. CHILDRE EXAMPLE! Three bedrooms, 2 baths, with' builtin "

JkNow electric kitchen. Also double garage and brick
under construction. Some with carportsand ICALTON USLDRaACREAGE
veneer construction $15,65000 with only $750.00 i
dduble garages. Priced from $18,500to down payment. $200.00 down payment will hold I

$19,450.00. Builder will definitely f your house. EXCELLENT CONVENTIONAL FIN-

consider your old home on trade. Callus 's. ANCING!
Chickasha Mobile (i !
today! 2. WHY PAY RENT?* Move Immediately Into this DANENBURGREALTY

brand new three bedroom, H4 bath home. Lot 130

SALES DIVISION AND I) We have new and used homes in aU feet deep with several nice trees. Minimum down

locations. Call for an appointment toe payment price $15,750.00.75000. Conventional financing. Total


u S. No.1 2 miles North of Mims at )1George 200 acres North of Bins, ore mile
of River frontage! one mile of & Wn laJ 1514 South WashingtonAM
Motel Phone AM 7-3097, M. Barley Inc. > railroad frontafe. Only $650 per fJf1Jata.eonwa JrnREALTORS 7-3858

acre, terms,
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Open 7 days 9 A.M. until 7 .
I nEAL ESTATE Call Mr. Floyd R- Stone with INSURORS Where buyer and seller expect

l'"A J. W. CMldre Realty Dial AM 7- 2011 and get better and faster ..eme.I .
LOT MORE FOR A LOT 3U S. Washington TitunilU 287-3822 AM 1251Droke" Day, Night or Holiday

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Continued From Preceedlng Fags I II i.* TUB start IT COURT: or TilE at a point Used Cars Trucks NINTH JII>ltI \L < IH< lir. IN" the South lasts-or ncr of said Settlon, the court devnia. proper All poetIc : Jii>It I II.. iiwrltr. SW" : FAIL 1IIIIr. nur.Ytitit IIITY,
1 Services .\\H: 'OK HKKVAHI; (Ol>TV. 28. continue North 1'26'311' Welt to the stilt aol all patties tnlvmtedmay \11 bilK TIlE: ( l1t''TRat.' .- Pro I.onl..o: wIll I 'i."MI in
rl.OHIIM, 248558\ feet to the beflnnlnc of a I appear anti be heard at the I t tni>. nrtT. or M flfll" It you for the .ar.t11.: : -
: 56 MERCURY 55 Ford ribs all i..%w NO. ma .-uniNonCt. .vrv. concava *. the kaatcrly: htla \'- time and place dealgnated M I" \M >.Kl ">0, tIMI ...1. Cnmplnlnl.DONK: 'VOIK TO (KHUTOR
)bEMODELI G. IMMEDIATELY I nf Rfl.r "toI a radlw af n.'H3J feet honor. You, and .eh or you. are hereby qrAKKIt CITY fArM INhl'tVAVrKl AND : RK: Eitata of
conditioned very good condition. MATE ROAD DEPARTMEVT OF run NMthwlT 12n:!! ar feet along nadl, eo"manded to appear by titles a. '<> a Pennsylvania e..rpor.it..n. vllle riorlda, thla ETHEL GERTRUDE: PARTRLOW
done, all kinds. 267-0680 evenings, Can be seen at Mobil Manor\ FLORIDA, I. Agency oC th. mat curve ttra a central angla of Slit An.*ever to tha Petition heretofore Plaintiff nary A. 1>. IMI.Court I Mb KM, twceaimt" .
| days 267-0890. spot 101. Frank Jacobs. .. Florida, a Ito" la the emt of curve thencr, run. ft!** In tali aauae In the entitle* .. ( : Veal) ) ALL PER4ON8 HAVING
Petitioner. North *3rXf Ktn: I"'MO."' *, !loot In Co jrt,:*ar bvftira. M"I ft. 11M.4, lih WVRRKN r :MILES I 81!.. aailLIVAH Curtli R :,r I :. OR (DKMANUS: AOAIMJlT
T.V. SERVICE: CENTER. 267- taa North Wmoaary of naM ntln* w ,. Interem orlleM : :'1. MILK:*. bin wife, et a I.Defenilanta.. CLERK Or' KflTATK:! :
$50 "
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1950 ; Ply. V.a... N. BELCHER el .1.! :M, at a palal M7.ll feet .W... .if tlMNarthfail or any fit yeti have Inaae COL'HT for You and each nf yes tn bcrlqr"
3883.: Home service calls only mouth, $CO; 1951 Oldsmobile con I Defendanln. earner thereof.Cnt.tntng ) .Y"aui.. abov.-ti.arriPmd:. lamlian IIHIKXOTMII ir Cli ('; COI'NirY; lied and required tn fIle aa,.
$295 with this ad. All repairs vertlble, $75. 2876998. NOTICE OT EMINENT DOMAIN:- 23 UU acrri, mart or Irxa. l ....v" aau. WRY'''' .ame NOTICK: I 114 HKHKHV: (lIVEN: lly: V. M ..Ial"' and .ilnnanda which yes, arHhrr
guaranteed In/ writing for 90 PROCEKDHOl: :' OWNED hTl i JU'DltKY J. KI IA1.: .a.u(4,( maO be lake for the ..... and hut purnuant t. the Final Deere. liipaty nf you, m taWI
days. 1959 FORD pick-up F600. Phone IN- THE NAME AND BY THE .. Tru.t*. p 'liona ret WIt. I Ie tha Pctltlnalied nf Furerlonarp ant _.Ie entered. In Feb. ID. 20, Mar. I ) :.I : In the lrlf.ef7. :. .. *
AUTHORITY VF THB STATE OK ( herein. the Vlrtil H Conktlna-, I'ountr' Juilia of
SUBJECT TO: Mortgage( ( r i'or.lnl( I mime ,nillnf In the CIrcuit
267 2345 noon weekdays. FLORIDA, In C): R itt,. 71. page HI Iti I.i'trof \\ITNKfH my lliin.l and lIne frit) ('....r' In and for Hre ,rd (....n.', IN' TIlE: flit ftf <> : Rrxvard. 1 County. at his office In the
INCOME TAX and bookkeeping" TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN K. M. r-orti-nlwrry. W. of -'nlil Court, on thla Dth day ofMar.cH. "urlth.) ('a.. stitches "Nn, 21.11., Igill I Jl. IK, K.: lINK \ .. In, TlluivMlr. Flnrkla.
service, Resident 267-3516 1962 GALAXIE 500. 4 doer, radio and la all persona and partN. .nh' rry, C.M. .'OI'lI'l1""1'rl'l .. AD, 1'KII.t wll ni' publle .anrtlan la tlx-. S .IUIIII'"MT. .. .U calendar month from tha
Office 267-3751 1!. BUTg il and heater, whitewalls, lflon .. clalminn, ar having; any right, Kortnliprry, Imllvlilually, ('('itTIS 11 nARNK8 hem anil. hi hens hlililer, for enxKhilwern IN .. No, ", ,, of t..ho rirnt publkattnH. nf III la
..
mile HIM, Intercut, estate, mortuage 0'atb.r leg buiilnoan ai Jl'brlpnh..ry( Knlcr- I ri.KRK or TIIK: circt'iTI'OlIRf ,, .the houra of eleven a'rl.'kto Niirit TO i Associates. assume payments. Call lien to ar on thone certain, porecla anil Carol Ann .l-'ortpnh'rt' IN ASH Plllt the foreneon anel twit oilork I.Ih. I. IN nn' < i-i; prinen
Bernard Taylor, 267-7324. of land b'-reinaflerIecrthtI, a minor. Mttile M. Fortonhi.rc" 1 IIKIOVAUU: COt'NTY. I eaft-rnoneo,, tha :U day.' DAMM.: .k. ( r..l j jQuanllan y.
I INCOME TAX returns prepared anil the follanrlnf pertoni. together of gaitS. Carol Ann I.'r-,, .'I.Olt 11)0. March A"I 1M.I. at lha Irnnt iloofnf S k/n Dnnlrl! ) : the claimant' and muat burorn
Phone 267-3183. 13.00 and up. 1958 BLACK Ford 2 door hardtop, with, all unMaawn per.om claiming cnlwrry, a minor IIY: llertla Hill the llrevaril I County Vnortliuiiaa by the claimant, hit alf'nl or al>
3 speed floor shift, $175, 2676340. .to,, tttuiigh ar under known person, PItO No. 11)91 tO .a. 1091: Deputy llerk In Tltuiullle, .Flnrlilu, lAn fnllowlajilrmrlheil All rreiHtorn of rno ', or tho .mms- .h..11 he volo"
PAINTING, expert, reliable and who are dead, or who are not RIGHT) OP WAY I ISRAI.: ) real properly) : H|:!. K: (: (.: 5 Edit. of ITll I Ft. UERTRI'IkR
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know to bo dead or alive: jAMra. 3. itioiAnHolland Lot 34, Dloik hereby notified ami I PAKTR1.OV IclEitM,
r HOWE OAIt1JKNK. -
lad. !
satisfying work. Estimates :59 CHEVROLET, 2 door, auto- LIMITED ACCKSSThai :
fcCTION TIKKJU-J4II4 TATE MetAl flullillngTiftuhanMe bKCTIo.N; 1.1 accord.ln any ilalma or di'., J""c..eI
ly. AM 70776.) transmission 2GJ-J792. a fIliR.VAnD' ) : COVNTV.VAMFS part oft, Florida, to pint, thereof ai rarnrrteit. may h aveag,IIlno' Hv '/ Wllllnm K, PnrtelnwVllllam y
*. ADDKKffSKS: I.ota 124 and '211. In flection :M. nt COlln..1 for the r'lIl1on..r.. In I'Ut Hank I. pane t). t'uhlle fifflr* of the \ K Htrlolow, aiKxointnr
INCOME TAX returns, accountingand EQUITY IN 1963 Chevrolet convertible Carol Ann ......berry, a minor Townnhlp 22 South nanll' :!lit 111..;. 11. lii 21! Ap. I I W.d.) 1364.IC KeionU of II llre\ar County I vanl County, .' ... : of snM" Retate.Flrnt .
service. C.F Assoc be ala Matlla .H Korlenberry, Meat: ae ..r"ll."( la tho ,>.! ofTlia riorl.U. hoiine at Tltufvllle I'ubllcallnn on -.L
system Can at second
seen
flnarittan >*lll. fruit med Form l.aniUCnmpanr ----- ---- (IH'HT XFAM eight Calemlnr Mur II IH. :311. Apr I i Wed) tlNl :
iates. 2670271. house north of Kelly's Block K.rttle 1, nojf 14 HuMliUlor aa t..fnrt- : -1- (urtl. K llarneaClerk dale nf the firm
Plant In Mime after 5 p.m. \\ ... ., Mlmtaelnpl ... l I. Plat Bowk .. page :A ..f I tsen'fIKrlresu'IOTrTIslcI'6'rui of the (,I.cull) Court, notlf,*. I'o'h! ilalm ,
INCOME TAX RETURNS 'Rl) No. 1031.: IfWJ ,lie Piiann Rfeardi of Brtari. "" "t 11141\1. 411111. ". I. lly V. M. Mpaailerr ) "be In millliiK and.
Miry Him..... County Florlila, '9)a'' ISIS Itll' tIsle I'U' 'Ct, ,. > > t'lerk 1 place of renlileme
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by telephone or appointment.I : Wanted To Buy 2015') Malhewa MoatS, lying within 1IWI)) fort of the ..ur\i\. .1 Sell, t. Mir 11 I Weil puty I IIH,4IN ; .,,101.... of the ,, ,, Printed Pattern
Licensed, trained, experienced.R. Young.lown, Ohio HIM I of Mala llouil It U-B&X -M vlloiiTiwan. lII9)tINY" "" e). I:....' -- --- be. aworn 'to by
W. Copeland. 267-0274. situ No. 1091 1D93: SOOt nhl rurrrr Wan brhiff ,il,<'ncrlbvil MlifM: ro ipp'I:1. 1 1CIIARLICM P 5 i UK: i lIlt 1 1 U < 01 iir o,. tutIN : ......1. or hl. I 9469
S"Ei>AUTOMOBlLE-g Thom llnmrv V. (rDr.LMU; : reltIsvtil ..'
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City Auto ai lallo: Hegln SINGER! SEWING Machine Co. 2015 Mathewa Ro..lov"ar"own. KaviK .trauKilarf of Huctlon InTo riitlnllffniCllARD \Diiteil Jnnuary' t SIZES
| Parts. AM 7,3686.Wanted P'l.SSIISII. INMI listS rilrI :: I
shearsetc. Ohio 'ahln a Smith, Rang* U Kail III Nit 01 StilE:' Mill /nnnblA H I : T24
LANItu
sales and service. Pinking .
8RD No. 1091. tos:2, 10 nKKCTIOV I of the Rllle" ,
at a point HW HO OreS Went fr.im .
< M thS r .Itn..t
sharpened. Phone AM ,. To Rent 7l':/.!0-24lH 8IATU HOAt the Suutheait, corner thereof, run Defendant, MINNIH: gt'KK.:: IIIINKU. CAItltKliA: ,
2244. 9 (1-95)' ) BHKVARO) COl'NT' thence Ne>rth m-i3'u"::; Kant: EDO: .'6 TO' Richard, langlevKleuthera I Slat,, I stiff JftTir-K.! : IIkCA :
DFKCIUI'TIONS fort ti. tIC. end of said. aurvev llmthence -. : A A rAU..nllon va. TIfA ElliS
FREE LP bottled gas installation. COUPLE DESIRES furnished SKI) No. 1031. 1032RIGHT for the pnrpox of a tie, ton : Staff Clerk 1 CLARENCE O : Sly Tkurnmn (1. ,, *
apartment or home. Monthly OF vVAYLIMITED tlnue North (Kl'UJJRunt. 401i"1 Pairlik A FII. Klorliln, TVRSFRO".aI"1 Allornevii for
209) N. U. S. No.1, Tltusville. .
f tl lion 641Cniaa
basis. U'l; '1 267-3411 ACCHI4TOnI feet to the North boundary' nf Inld] Notice l I. hereby given that a TO: CI.. RENCR O TTKIKIl: : Heath. .
Suburban Propane Gas Service. oart of-: Section ao, at a point 14,0 feet Went t complaint to foreiloie mnrtRitgenrn, Whiten renlilenr' In 1I..IbNn.th \.
NWi of BWd : WH of !!W. from the Northeaat Mop. 4. II. IH 25 (\ !
i 2C7 0411. corner th..o'Cont.lnlnar Carolina
been filed
the
GARAGE SINGLE or double for again you by iilnln-
of flW and Government Uit 4,
4 4\TI ....
acres mart or tiff In th eabov.e iylel. court anil, You are hereby notified that a
private workshop for several and that part of the N 4 of NW OWNKD: 11-Vt JOUKPII S. TASrC: Complaint for Divorce han been
vocar. hereby required lo at-rve a
PAINTING months 267-5674. 1;.4. Narth of the South line of KO and wife: ELI.AN. YASKthOBl'BJRCT : top of your & .wee anti pleading filed .,aln.1 you, and,' van are required ENVElOPES '
the Deleaplne Urant. In flpctlnn TO-: MORT(1\OE reconl tipnn i William Wooden I', U. I la nerve a copy of jrom Aawer Also Kraft :
DECORATING, 31. and the W* of NW'. of ad In U. H. Htiak' 44.1, page 113 llox SITS Rau anllle. Florida, attorney tir I'leaillnf I to the Complaint, ,
Want To Trade Section 34 All In Township 23 In favor of LEON ALKKN:: and far the plaintiff and file' the on (She attorney, MOLLY for mailing
I and tyr.'u Rani ISO 39.r tt'th.' wife KABRA AM.KXi AND original' nniwer or pleading In theftffce WAHKKV,In4f't, City lloulevanl Advocate.
survey AGREEMENT: FOR DEED recorded ) Buu:. Oallle. f'lortila' and fun
of the Clerk of Ihr Circuit
: PAPERHANGING 818 FT. U. S. 19 98 frontage over line of Staid Roail' 9 I 11-85)) SectIon I In O R. nnnk 61*. the ,
nnio nil< ) Court at Tltuavllle. Hrevurd County. original Anawer of Pleadlae la
8 acres, trade for north Brevard 7U2JO. patti satyr p lint brine :
C. H. FrizzellJohnson Phone 267-2018. ai follow: anti wife MARY HAMROCK Court before .the Intti' .(
acreage or lots. Couth offlection April, |19'H. If you( full to do 10 a on or riay
| St. 267-3747 Begin on the boundary 23 Couth TAKE\ NOTICE that a Declaration Decree Pro Confeann will) IM takanairalnet Anrll, 1UII4, If you fall tin lo 10 a
34 Townihlp
JU20 CLEARWATER 2 BEDROOM t 35 150.17 feet of TakingDai been filed In you for the. relief demaudeil, I Di-iri-e Pro Confeiaa will be taken
Range Rant at a point
trimmed Florida near schools, Kant: from the Southwont. ..n.n..rth..pof the above-ityled cau.e by the rettt.t.nern In the omplnlnl lalntl you for the relief itemamlxl, I
NEED YOUR TREES or bath room the In ,the ('omplulnl.DUN. .
cut? Experienced I and capabletree I Post Office, shopping center, for 817, thane.SJ feet run to North the bevlnnlnf 00'13'38"W..t these proceeding,acquiring, of the authority taking of nf a Thin week) notice for four hall conitei he' "puhllilipd,.titlve, "'anec...... .: aol URDCIiKP: al, Titanvllle .
trimmer. Call Ronald Green. lots.acreage In Titusville. Phone of a curve concave to the Weaterlyand Slit abova-cleicrlbed. landa for thi In the Tttn.ilte. Ssar-Atvocat., llrev.r.f County, florISts this
Bin of March. I 1'11I4.
raillnt of purpose lat forth lit the Petition In Done and fir."- In t'h.ml) > day / '
haigh, 267-1747. 2670687.. owner. having a 84.87747 < ra it (I'KTIK' K. 5OAIINEiOClerk
.' feet, thence run along maid curve tht caum, tn A. right of w.y for Tttinvlllc) Florida thin Uih duy of of Circuit ('"urlHrevard *T
a portion of Dial Road No, 9
thru a central I angle of 114Oil" a March. 1104! ,
dlatance of 134i feel to the emS, ofeurvt II-86). In Hrev.rrt County rinrlila I Conic R, Rarnea County. riorlilnby
theSes run North 22635"Went and that the Honorable Wllliirn a Clerk nf the Clrrult CourtHv : V. H HpanKlerDeputy
3604.17 feet to the North Akrldge, on* of the lu.I,.. of the V. II. fpannler DC ('lerktCOt'ItT
Westwood Manor boundary nf talil Kectlen. 14. at a Circuit Court of the Ninth ludUlHl COITBT SEAL) ( SEAL( 1964
point 3032 feet Rant from tilt North- Circuit of. Florid., will\ on tae 26th J. William WoodMinAitorner Natty Warr.nAtto.n.y ,
wnt corner thereof thence. continue lay of March, A.D. HW4 at 4 o'clock for I'Ulntlff at Law
Ii W) Harbor IlouleirnrdKau '
North J-Jft-Si1 Weal IHiB' 21) feel to P.M., In the Branch Courthauae at. P. (t. llm 1IT City
tie.. Emit boundary of Uectlen: 2S Rackladg. Florida eonalder< said 1 Eau Oallln, FlnrlnaMar : Oallle, MirldaMar clip' ,
II, la. 38, Apr. 1 fWait I IMI.) /
Town.hlp :22! South Ran,. 35 Cant Declaration of Taking appoint ap- 11. 1*. 25. Apr. t (We.1.1> 1001,
Air 8,000
Old Dixie Highway I IV TIC 5': ( IKCI' IT ('U' KT OK TIIK:
NINTH' .It lilt ItI. I'IK" IT. INNII
1 I CALLING ALLDOCTORS I AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION i '\ 11)51 HMBVAItn OINTt $

X : : rl.OHIIMIV ('II\N' ('BUT tllMWlNIKRk.l I _

Brick Homes 3 bedroom 2 Full Tile Bath This offers for AUCTIONWEDNESDAY !; ) W. BAYLirr Plaintiff I
property spate I
MARCH 18. 2 P M. .5' '
office facilities. First time ad. .z INDIA RIVER CITY, FLA : JERRY L. ItAYLIFr | 1963'
(Colored) Central Heat Built-in Range o lOW Baalne. TVfenclnnt.,
Lot. Needa Fill on ILls Hwy 1 with Riparian :MITIfK': OK HI IfTn
vertised. We wager it will be p. R.....'. to Indian. River. > Jerry I., llaillff' II| Fast Back
Property': next door on south ilde, Bea.Zoo Marine life and YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
& Shrubs of E-t a<;Toi Uf. Hwy 1 from: FlarMa I WenderUna .I. c: the Dealer"I
wI Hood Sod Lawns Choice the last. Someone Is going to Alt reetlen that a aull for Otvorce baa been
Only 4'i mile I ..cuthit.. Hwy SO and .
IJ: New: U H. 1 In heat of filed aialnal, you I In the Circuit !
It I)rogrr.mn'I Gateway to the Moon. Rli knea* force owner nJ Court of the Ninth Judicial I Circuit.In 0
buy today.HARRIS : to wll:"b absolute. auction without renervt. Auction .Iarn on and for Brevanl County Flnrliln, rrlnted PaUflm''4<59>.., IUU
Colors. Reasonably Priced. properlyt ... entitled 1 WINIFRRO I W, ISA Vl.IFP $ Blsea 12%. U', .' 11''''. 11'V4.
REALTY Inc. < Terrna 2n'( ilown at auction.GRISSOMKEMP. Plaintiff v. JfcKKY U HAYL.1FV, 29%. 22%' 3414 16'1a
0 Defendant Chancery N... 21785, Yen: I > Ilj;
: AUCTION CO. take S 4 yard
I 267-5437 267-5293 267-2802 .
II 267-4413 arm hfmby required to .. ... S copyof
33T N. FERN CREEK. ORLANDO FLA. :z: your aaawer or other written : FIFTY CENTS in >inor"
0 PHONE 2 4.09S4 01 d.c..... to lha CompUlal' filed. j1962 ; (hi* pattern add '13'cent*
"23 YEARS OF herein. upon Carl O Hwaneon Attorney far each pattern tat h -.I...
--- ----- -- --- SELLING: EXPERIENCE" :
for Plaintiff, and to file'
handtlng
I the original thereof In the .eflUi. mailing I / and ineeial :
AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION of the Clerk .f lha Circuit Courtof S/S.' Send to 170 New.paper, Pat-
j n 232 St.
Brevard County, Florida on er Urn pL, sy.aojeh

f, Stop and See the Advantages ofL before lha 19th day of March A.D. for New nO Catafoir.York Sprlnif-Surririeir 1 1,Influcle N. TfTiStnd( coupon; Tat-C0;


ARE YOU IN NEED $ good for One Prod Pattern.


i L Lakefront Estates JUST GOOD BUYS I OP HOUSING? -- I'f- "---i


IN 1963 I f you have ,real' .estate

See this 6 month old beauty

TITUSVILLE'S NEWEST COMMUNITY with a lot of family living Dclux sell, or if, ypu ale

REAL ESTATEDON'T within Its walls. The
cen-
$ choice
'::, OF EASY-LIVING HOMES! ter entrance foyer allows 3 for y\j\ real


,., BUY until you lee this gpacious custom built executive access to 3 bedrooms with. use ,our, ,classi

3 BEDROOMS 1k! BATHS type home on Urge corner lot. Just blocks from School and out going through the liv.. 1963

: Shopping 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat and air-conditi ing room. The formal din- 4 Door columns.b .. '/ '

,, oned. Extra large hvlnj room with log& burning fireplate. ing room allows you to entertain

:; $500DOWN' Per Month Double enclosed garage and many extras. Priced right at in style and the living $ --
38
i I ., 12,600 $79. Including P. A I. $18,900 with good terms. room with the familyroom
24 Year
Mortgage --
:: ,", 2 BEDROOM block constructed home In Bellwood. Beautiful corner adjoining creates a lot 1962

.1.; lot completely fenced with cyclone fence. Just $6,900 with of livable area. The modern

low down payment and $1$. per mo. kitchen with pantry offers V-8 Air

Check These 3 BEDROOM\ 2 bath near Magnolia Plaza In Indian( River City plenty of storage space

This home has central heat and la air conditioned. A very and the Inside utility room $

'I '; Quality attractive buy at SI8, OO. allows you to wash and dry '
,. your clothes with no needto ; .-
It 3 ACRES with 100 ft. Rt. No. :50 frontage. Many possibilities with go outside. The central 1962 FA" _Fred towton
Copt. Director
Features: this parcel in fast developing area. 2 bedroom )boson Included heat and air conditioninggive Marine/ ,
I Solely R.yth.ooCompeny
in low price of $12,800 Terms. ,
.1 pleasant living the 2Dr., Factory & Am.rtca'l Cup

."' Built-in Range and Oven 40 ACRES with 1320( ft. Rt. No. 46 frontage, $1100 per acre whole year and the wall to championihtp tailing moilef.
.1 in Colors wall carpeting in the living $
. ..Y 10 ACRES near Rt. No. 46 west of Mimi $605 per Acre.
!Mica Covered Cabinets ,0 '0 area gives that comfortable MARKVOUfcGEAR
BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT In Scott. 135 150 Oh there is .
!III' moor. x on good feeling. yes, a -- -- -
.White Terrazzo Floors s- ,; road. 1350.: Cash. double carport and the 1962
I *
'Ducted Central Heat 4f 100 FT. U. S. No. 1 Frontage: in Bellwood. $75 per ft. landscaping is lush, on sanitary

I 0 Full Tile Baths Choice of Colors ,, W. loo: 'FT U. S. No. 1 frontage with good frame commercial buildIng sewer and water, too. I p/U H Ton
The price is only $19,800
'Tk':Paved Drive, Sodded Lawn Land. Total price $6$>0.I with $2,700 down. $

scaped : .

a' Plasteied Walls and Ceilings (IDEA..LLoCATlOH; : : w-v.-. w' ',.......
1 Drin,.' Wbqso.m 14311 R.oJ lisa'. /
City Water : 40$, = S..sh .f Sb. C.mas'y O.k. RYAN /ACEA4' ItJt"IIYIAl

Located Between 2 Golf Courses \I' tAU AAu' Pft4d4'-

I ; Wsi' i ABLE. f (//PtlfEN1" T0

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REALTYR. "'I'" A0y ICEN17FICAT/t'1l ,
A.VO RECOVERY-

GeO M. BarleyJrv Inc.EXCLUSIVE I REALTORS : I Trade:" In L''f4' 5TCI'? tSTOLeiv' OK

G. RYAN Reg. Broker I 730 South

412 Main St. TltuiUl, Tla.) AM -
7 AGENTS 342 S. WASHINGTON MAGNOLIA PLAZA INDIAN RIVER CITY '"Central '
SAFITY MAKIS A HAPPY SHIP
TITUSVILLE, FLA. PHONE AM 7-2711 AM 7-312 PHONE 267-4691 I Phone 2679000 Tradingest

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''I P : VISITbeautiful IMMEDIATE HOMES OCCUPANCY FOR

NO DOWN ; GARDENDALE

V A PAYMENT t $15,000 TO $19,000

: Several Large LOTS FOR SALE la FAIR CLEN

A Community Of f Fine Homes In Titusville U100to$6850Jlomeuestlttedtol800eq.ft.JnlnlmuDt.F .


H A LOW DOWN Only 2 Miles West of U.S. 1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER' INC.

PAYMENT 3200 Garden St.. Titusville

: THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 or 267-2531



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.... 1-8 Titus."'. (Florldr) It.,. Ao\Mito Wedrw.d.y.: March 11, tf4
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McDermott

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To Address I II I I II

I
RCA Group sA vF
q BOB WHITE SLICED .
r Only the top grades of U S. Govtrnmtnt
John D McDermott, veteran graded beef wears the
var and foreign correspondent \ A U I W.0 shield Placid In temperature.
controlled coolers, W 0 beef It
for the Miami Herald, will ad .
Bacon 39" aged to the very peak of tender,
dress! the March meeting of the I L9
RCA Management Club Hit f process flavorful' I while goodness/ still, by freshBEEP nature. i own
discussion will center around the r
question: 'Will the Political Vol
cano: of Africa Erupt?"

Mr. McDermott has roamedthe IJ? L rX00 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU MARCH 14TH : t
hot spot news fronts of five MINN.DIKIt TOHM!: IN*. -C PYHI'HT_ "KM : (
continents for the past 20 yt. ..
His stories made headlines while
covering the fabulous Sir Harry 0 STOR tiS CHUCK
Oakes murder In Nassau, the ,1

with Battle the of the Russians Bulge,, the the Linkup Berlin -".< "" ,,,o.'t L.L ,."_ _i'j".l_ _.-'-'!.1',--, -:',",, ,--rI} Roast LB. 48'
Airlift and the Argentine Revolution :' {
which toppled Dictator ROUND BONE SHOULDERRoast
Peron. He reported from the e v 1 s s .EXTR SrAMPS ,
Middle, East and Arab-Israel bitterness 581
.u
from Africa on the -raci I I"I .
.1 1 problems in the Congo i and
South Africa, and from behind c; WITH PURCHASE 0' HORMEL POT

in the Russia Iron Curtain and the satellites on condition. J\\ Can Ham Roast LB 581

The RCA Management Club! ANNIVERSARY :
\ .
will meet on Tuesday, March i0, BEEF SHORT
at the Ramada Inn In Cocoa
Beach Social hour begins at RjbS..LB.38
5.30 p.m., with dinner at 6:30pm w ,
I
i + $ 259 RES 49< FRESH GROUND DAILY

Dr. Van Dusen A j;& 3 ilN Gr. Beef 39ltw '



Named To FEA ."- : -...'''';' -'''''--- "_:t'H ,iJP'j'I' ....--, ., I ,
SUPERBRANDGRADE .

Commilfee "A" FRESH FLORIDALARGE
I !

Dr C Raymond Van Dusen / FROZEN FOOD

dean of instruction at Brevard _
Junior College, has been namedto

Committee the TeacherRecruitlnent of the Florida Education EGG 5 TI+ 1;? s s u MORTON Chicken Beef, Turkey, Ham, Salisbury' Meat Loaf
Association for this year.
1 A Dinners Z FQR 9,
Dr Van Dusen will serve on 14a r 1

the steering committee of this ; MORTON APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT

group: from according FEA to president an announcement Edna 2 8.9 ." t/ Fruit Pies 3 Family Sfox. 1.
'
.
Tait The chairman of the committee STANDARD I ALL FLAVORS SUPERBRAND Size
is Dr G. Ballard Slim
DIXIE THRIFTY ORANGEJuice
mono, director of the teacher TOMATOES ICE CREAM
education program: at Florida 60%
4
Atlantic" Vniver>,;Ity. i m.'jU D J i. Save Wit 3jl3( Can Save 10 Each Regularly 59< Cons 99'
The'main t. purpose*"* of the com 50 Extra Too Value Stamps -- .r ti MORTON BREAD
mitten is"" toMM"ijricourage the recruitment WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF 9 HALF 49 Lool f
,Jofjypung' people l Into TMR" Fs. PIOOZU lA.n O' .e;A s F a 1 GAL Dough 3 Pk9. 5 9"
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They Take A Plane And Leave The Driving To Us .



II I Our "Po/itic Pilots Star Advocate I

The Vole U of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents-

Section C TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11:1964 Palo 1-C
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: Activity ReportThe
PM $4 Million ContractsThree

Brevard County unit of
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ri .. f I
tilt Florida Higwuy Patrol made
contracts totaling mor- l.irgest ever installed I in a Florida A S33.000 contract was awarded -
r 943 arrests: during the month of than $4 million have been luck The successful bidder to Crant-Sholk Construction

rls February and investigated 150 awarded by the U S. Army will be required to start To. Inof :Miami\ for construction
atiilents.. in which six wereKilled Corps of Engineers and bids
\ work within 20 dos s end coin of interim defense facilities
tor a total of 13 to-date will be opened. soon on about
Hit lock by July 1. 196( :> site 19
llele missile
at a Hawk some
fin the vear. This is three moreh.m $1 i li million worth of work, it
( for the same period last was announced recently by Distiiit ) and all remaining work bv Aug1. miles southwest of Miami. Included -
i tear Engineer Col. 11. R. Far- 1. I ID'tO! Army Engineers; said under this contract will
Thc accidents left 102 injur- lilt Colonel Pal(fitt also awardeda be erection of a 20-bv-80-foot
o ind property. damage at $87- The largest contract! awardedwas lll,950!)! contract to Itcmlry pi fabricated metal buildinj,
i94' 00 the monthly statistics\ for $2,92'J,818 t to, Gregg! Corp. of Tampa fur dredging the f"tl'C1101of frames, screen doors
point out. ClbMm: & Grcnc: Inc. of l.ees- south xtinsion\ of the Port Everglades mid flooring for tents and instal-
s Two stolen vehicles were recovered I iirs.;: fur ,construction\ the! Harbor turning basin (it tattoo of water distribution and
Sin Parrish Max Brewer Gus Faulk Tom Htndtnon and one escaped prisoner lint I Canaveral navigation; Lock Fort Lauderdalc. The 1200-by-( t treatment plant electrical di*
1 100-foot area will he dicdtfrd tiibution service and other mMccll.nncous -
apprehended during the the largest lurk to bo built In
By! Bill Lyerly The air age Is upon us here fortunate it has two fine air ed four miles south oi t the the report shows. period the Slate of Florida The Lees- to depths" of 33 feet and :3 J!) feet \ items. The antimissile -
The late State Senator J J. now as it has been the available for use by these site is situated
upon ports south city limits Is just beginning Driver's license examination burg! firm submitted the lowestof One area will be dredged! to 39fret !) defense
Parrish Sr more often than not larger!; mctropoltian areas of our private pilots. to come into Its own. A were to 3,216 applicants; 10 bils. Work must be to accommodate super some eight miles west of Prince
spent 24 hours just in travel nation for a good while. Due to The Flying Posse has been the former Navy satellite given: tankers Army Engineers said ton. Work under this contract
flying Col
warnings were issued to 609 completed! by July 1. 1965
time alone in a single two-way lack of facilities in the past prime mover behind increased field that 1.5 million cubic must be completed within 60 calendar -
during Woild War II, it motorists; 970 vehicles with our! !Parfitt laid some \
automobile trip to the state North Brevard is just now corn facilities at Arthur Dunn Air Engineers
be days Army :
has been used only on occasion: faulty equipment were checkedand The 00-f.iot wide and $00ft t.t yards of earth and rock will !
cnpitol In Tallahassee back In ing alive in this air Business park located in Northwest Ti-
age. for years More recently the assistance was rendered to long earth lock chamber will removed from the turning basin id id.
the 1920s. and professional men plus tusvillc. Runways and taxi TltusviUe-Codua Airport Authority 420 motorists during the month. have stone and boulders tar the to bring it to the required rlepth. Colonel Parfitt also announced:
Senator Parrish'i son, Sen politicians, are beginning to strips have' been paved with has spurned on development Hours worked in February by cities and bottom but the urea The Tampa (firm, lowest of ninehidders that bids will be opened April
ator Bernard Parrish, on the realize the added convenienceof community effort behind the fin and several private plan. the 15: Troopers stationed in around the steel sector gates !, will lie' required to 18 on three other permanent
other hand, spends only four owning their own planes to ancing and the county commis- "drivers" now have their home Brevard totaled 3,902 with will be concrete The power complete the work in about 10 iluwk antimissile facilities InS
hours at the most, in a roundtrip expedite travel and overcoming sion doing the work The en SM POLITICAL months .. ARMY on Peas 2-C
on Page 2-C
mile traveled listed as 49.S46. operated sttel gates will be flv-
to Tallahassee. His secret? traffic hazards of overcrowded gineer-minded members of the ------
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He flies highways In the daily routine of Posse have come through with a .
going from city to city throughout system of runway lights for I
Florida. night take offs and landings. '
Actually North Brevard is Titusville-Cocoa Airport, locat WANT !MORE FOR YOUR MONEY..KEEP: YOUR'EVE' ,ON GRANTS

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f aj Hu convenient lo-temp oven control for Urnperature .
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Charge-lf...%:.00 weekly
LOW PRICES I INCLUDE tila.rM 1 S8 'Bumer-whh-a-breln' offer thermostatfcanycontrolled

Delivery 'Installation : !w cook Inn
; I' y' o Removable oven door for easy cleaning
DIDS..wHERE THE ACTION a Guarantee; on all part,and labor \ i c.'ltftt wish' liege net Tin griddle

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2-C Tltutvlll (Florida) Star, Advoeatt Wednesday, Much 11, W4
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Leave DrivingC

.itmued from Page 1-C / 1 0 THURS. FRI. SAT.

base there. It i II probable that a
the TC Airport will move more I
and more Into the commercial i TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
field with the Dunn Airpark tak .
ing on a greater emphasis for '
private aircraft. WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLE
North Brevard has, we believe ,
] a unique situation, In that
tilt; state, county and local of. .. 1050 W. KING ST.
fitlab are pilots, and most own ,
their own plane. QUANTITY
COCOA RIGHTSIUURVID
Senator Bernard Parrish, although j

he doesn't have his -., _,,_ -. 1
license yet owns and flys a six
passenger) Cessna 205. "I 1 don't MOOSE OFFICIALS VISIT James Maltbie, Okey Roland, state association I
dread the trip to Tallahassee Maltbie, governor of Titusville's Loyal president from Melbourne, E Dudley
anymore," the senator says, "In Order of Moose, chats with out-of-town Weidemeyer, past Grand! North Moose "LEAN'N FRESH" U. S. Coy?. GRADED "GOOD"
fact now it's pure pleasure, because Moose officials on hand for ceremonies from Clearwater and Mike Rossi, governor -
the scenery Is beautiful. recently instituting the local Women of of the Melbourne lodge (Carlson j JUICVTeNDERROUND
Another of Brcvard'i slate officials the Moose as a chapter. From left are Photo). GROUND BEEF

Rep. Jim Prultt of Eau
Gallic, also flies his own plane Eileen Marks Enters TidesHigh LEAN "WESTERN"
and he and Sen. Parrish often ARMYContinued Low
4-H Girls' Public
fly together.! Thursday, March 12
Joining the local air traffic from Page 1 1-C Speaking ContestEileen 7:28: a.m. 1.12: a.m. SPARE RIBS"DIXIE"

to "Tally" Is State Road Board Dade County. Cost of the workis Marks represented 7:44: p.m. 1:30: p.m.
Member, Governor's Laison Friday, March 1)
estimated at $1.4 million. Parkway Junior High in the SLICED BREAKFAST Q
Man, and very close friend of 8.01: a m. 1.35::: a.m.
Com County Public Speaking Contest
The Army Air Defense
Gov. Bryant, Max Brewer. 8:28: p.m. 2.18: p.m.
held at the Agricultural Center in
mand installations are to he located -
Brewer, also city attorney, has Cocoa on February 27th.Representatives BACON
of .
11.5 miles northeast
been flying for a couple of years test, which gives girls from the
Homestead at about five miles from 26 girls'4II
;
now. lie owns a Piper Cher. 5th grade on through high schoolan
okee, a four-placer, and puts it due south of Florida City; and Clubs throughout Brevard opportunity to express their SIRLOIN
to good use during his many about seven miles northwest of County participated in the contest ideas before an audience.
trips to Tallahasiee. His only Homestead. 4-II leaders and Junior leaders Betty Jean Limb, Cocoa High 4
complaint is that he didn't havea Included fit each of the sites coached the girls in preparation student, was the county winner :
plane during! his term as are permanent missile service for the event. for senior girls, with an excellent LB.
state representative a few years buildings, barracks, steel radar The girls selected and composed speech entitled "Juvenile Delin 39c.
their own speeches for the con- LB. ,
back.A -
towers, fuel storage systems quency". Kathy Henderson of EACH
WW II Marine pilot County and miscellaneous utilities The Installations to be Clearlake Junor High was the 79C
Commissioner Gus Faulk completely successful bidder will be required permanent winner (for the junior girls.
gave up flying until to complete the work at Intervals built as a result of the Cuban Kathy's speech was on "Seat ONLY
about three years ago when his ranging from 300 to 360 crisis of 1962. Belts",
interest again revived and now calendar days,
he thoroughly enjoys his flying. The facilities are part of the
We asked Gus about the difference < j
between flying as a trip through the west, during
Marine and flying for fun._ "I, which time he made a "miser- "QUALITY SHORTENING"Snowdrift
was scared tu death flying during ally" hot trip,, through the
the war," he said, "but thin American deserts, he commented
I really enjoy." GUI owns a that that was the last auto U. S. GOVT. GRADED "GOOD" BEEF
four-place Cessna Skylane, He trip for him. "I'm gonna fly
is a member of the Flying Posse from now on." he said. t
and aided the in gettingthe CHUCK
group Until I Just a Jew yean ago,
runways paved. only two planes were based at 11 r'woC"P'
United States Commissioner, the local airport, besides thoseof
Titusville attorney and a principal the mosquito control unit, and ROAST
in banking and savings and 39c
those were owned by Dunn and
loan interests in North Brevard, "Bo", But now, times have .
Tom Henderson, has been fly- MB.
changed, and there are approximately -
ing for several years. Tom finds LB.
40 J locally owned air 49c
ids four-place Cessna Skyhawk craft hangared at the ,two airport @ St CAN
teal expedient in reaching the ..
goose hunting grounds of ,.eastern '
Yes the air age is upon us. r "SMOKED"
North Carolina in the Fall



and in ville The the the in airpark man summer the family for western was whom mountain part named the of Titus-, N.C.Arthur retreat I( High car costs burn you up? ))1 II II6sa I Ik (Limit: One with your $5 or mart, Food Order, Phase) :Sausage Bologna 29 C


A. Dunn, has been flying "SHURFINE" 7-OZ. PKG. .
for 30 years. It was through his lb.SPAGHETTI. .
efforts in years past as county Q. Need constant ii II II'd MACARONI! : Wieners
commissioner that the county {, 5
acquired the airport, which has doctoring? OR ,.. .. .,
been used for several years as High repair coat* got you
the base for the county mosquito feeling low?Rambler has theruKKedneiw
e. of Advanced Unit . .
control planes. Dunn, now Canaveral
Conntructlnn; keep( running FLA. or GA.J'GRADE "A"
Port Authority memberand ,, .. ao faithfully, it'. America's .
a man In his 70s, is truly Paralyzed by top-lN>lUnll compact. .
the dean of "aviators" in Br:!. FRYERSWhole
Yard County. He now shares a payments? "WALDORF"TOILET
Cessna four-place Skyhawkwith Squeezed dry every month?
his/ son, Taylor. Rambler American wiving*include Only Rambler gives you all these .
America's lowest price, extra-value features at no extra coats TISSUE4ROLL
It's apropos that the chairman
low upkeep. Price (eornpsri| V Stronger Advanced t'nll{ iwlriKllaa I Doabto.
of the Titusville-Cocoa Airport tone balled l on manufacturer Safety link system V Roor.T** Travel Ratk on S of
' Authority should be a pilot, and suggested retail prices for Rambler's6wsgona t/p-DtpraHlprooltnf 4 Ceramic ,
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John C. "Corky" Flake, also loweBt-priced model Armored exhauM /Many,many morel ( )
manager of the the Mona Citrus
Growers Association, is in his c
own right, a pilot. Corky, for 1 19

obvious based at reasons the T-C, has Airport.his plane It'sa Get cool savingsGet PKG. LB. '

four place Skylark, and a great
li aid to Flake as he must make
Rambler Americanthe
(Limit; On 4-RoU Pkg. with your $5 or mere, Food Order PUtt)
his weekly trips throughout the "SUGAR CURED" SMOKED
state in the interests of the citrus
business and the airport authority. proved Economy King FRESH "SLICED"

PICNICSSLICED I
Tituiville City Councilman and BEEF LIVER
former mayor, Jim Pritchard,
has for a couple of years, beena e WHOLE .
member of that exciting groupof liii
aviators. Jim has the distinctlon -I. :
of being the only member l
of the council who is a S 29 cLB,33c 29c ,
licensed: pilot and it's a joint LB. 1
family effort, as his wife, Nita irt ,LB.
also flies. Jim says h. likesto 1 .
take off from the local( airport
and breeze over to Htrndon Air
port In Orlando for a Coke, or "
ALL PURPOSE
coffee and scoot home again. 4..84""U
S. NO 1"
And, the "grand old man" of
Titusville aviation, LI. Walter J. asda
Bohannon, who has been. takingoff WHITE POTATOES
the local strip for about U
years, Is our local "flying Dick
FOR A YELLOW ONIONS I
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Tracy." Bohannon, in charge I
v of Titusville Police Department's \. Rambler American 440-H hardtop,with new room, new ride, new beauty LAWN "GREEN"
investigation bureau, is also Tl- C I
tusville's only aerial photographer CABBAGE
and has spent many hoursin 5 1
the air taking photographs of N0.11N CONPACT-CAR SALES RAMBLER N.11N USEFULNESS TO THE USER 1 100 LB. I I

surrounding. terrain. "Bo" and $18 EACH Lb. :
wife, Virginia, and daughter, CANAVERAL RAMBLER, INC. BAG
c Ginger have made many flying 811 N, Washington Avenue ONLY I
vacation trips around the country i iPepe
We remember one when

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MISTER BREOER STAR- ADVOCATE'SCrossword toe loll HKh \\HI1 ( \ HK>.\ > Rl> nil :\T'I. ll.'>MII> > fOR RI. \'IHI' fill NT' )' IX-4
HIOHIIM In KeKofate: I I IIIHIIM. a/ Curtis R. Darnet. Clerkof
.. t111554 PRYIl.. teat h It MARION' : : II <. KMT VO t7 KM the Circuit Court
a aw .uw arNaw, v.y .HK .vwN news w.we ; tjKACF: CLEMENTS: : WILL. UTf't: TO nt rfiD:. By, V. H. Kpangler. DC
li f, Puzzle 1 Plaintiff ..&.. 1 .." M. : ': :- (CIRC!'IT COI'RT SEAL)
III m !II.ROY. Mirirr: or ritixo, :'& EDDLi"MANPlaintiff' H/J. William \Voodton
rt>M lit 'L 111011 \H irUr : J. William Woodton
F. CLEMENTS: FtftlTIIK. W. "EDDLEMAN- Attorney for lalMlff,.
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J.D.fraud t. CalJnam.\ TO: Roy F Clement' of (ha EUte.0 MARION BLAH ; : t'dgt. Edward W ElllelnanDetachment I Feb 30 Vnr 4, 11, 1H (Wed. ) 19MTicr .
e. Not tight brother! 27Thln r/n Mr*. A la ('lementtB LEE': WILL .1...'.....: that I :201H Comm mlcation
11. .1019' Bouqut'ts .lIce. /o Oeore VXnolwar. ,I fuel mv petition for i4i| (ArCS) Arlnf-) .
Very : flel I Muni Airport OnliNntie ,
Hl.hop Hallow Head NVwlnwnI asd for flnsl' Ipal
mus. l Mensttre! 01 J r Hquare fenanylvanla' April, Sal. IM4! 'I.bn'\: ; \ In : It hereby given' that a :> >
Forblddat otdlstance: baton j You are herehv mil I fled that Hennr.bte. VI..II N. .. for divorce haa been flied I Igamut I hereby wish In give notice that I
U.ArabhU'I IndiA 29.10111'. arac* Clemenia' hue filed milt, InMl (ounlv' Jil'tet uf Urtvarrt : you by the plaintiff In the will not. he renponalble. r for any
Sf.Part t r In Court aeekHg. a divorce. Plnrlla, for approval of said. ityleil court anl you are hllln Incurred, hv peraona nlher thananytelf
I gazelle () leg ketueao and for an order. Clt .. require to nerve a .PT of .
SOS JAI you art hereby require to
k I 14. Afftrm4 'to be" to tr"h lie, your answer" nr other pleading button and for final .....har.. answer and, pleating upon t. I Jnfner W Peters
; 15. Mal. adub 1.Faddle-Ilk.. 111m .llh the Clerk of thla (ourt, nit f.lltor 0' the Will of M Mlllamooilnon. I'. U fox 117(1 Mar\ 911' 13, ID M.W-F.M) VM4'
.. ...... : tlallle. Florida. attorney for _
11. Tags I'I"Os8e. 31 Prices biter than 1 M4: tervlng a Iliebecise Will, '"' .
2IJ. Y.rt.daye A.... true copy tenor C upon the Atrnev ,. plaintiff, and file the original'
Foreman
11 PlJ\aeeou
83. Woe
/A oRt for the. Plaint ft. Robertndbey BANK Or MEL Ot'IINF. "' or pleading In the Office of
; trees 21. Sylvan lame! s1.Writing P. O. linn 4ffl COPOA Flnrla ANt TMl'*T COMPANY : Clerk; of the Circuit Court ai' See The
It. JfW1sb 1/ WItt 34. Morsel table .. or auffer a judgment pro rontHRT EXECUTOR: : .., Ilrevar, County, FlerMIn.. .
I r"' month 2%. Authorizes 3:5.: West Point IS. Jr.lltuaty kiss. Hv RICHARD !: or before the 27th day tit Man *). Star AdvocateFor
4. If you fall to do in. a Deere
r REAL: Vie.
) Iretldeat' and Treat
21.Cat mascot 40. Bach talks
r 21.: Afr,worm OflleerWILLIAMH Pro Confenao will be taken again
24.Lily '1, 2.. Palneul 36. Notion a& Curtis R Bar net OEILIe'fI yau for the relief demanded In the YourPrinting z
26.Amidst. Clerk of the Circuit Court Attorney for Put: *!. "mpl'nl.Tbl. .
2?.Wand.rs By: Bertie. Hall, P. O. Nat 11111 I nolle thai! be publlnheo1 Needs'!
28.Ja.vatr'ea' I t J i j : t e. .. Clerk Melbourne, Florida a week for four cnneoiillve
/: lar. 4. 11 17'f.l l : (Weil ) I'M! Mar. 4. II. II, M: 1".4.) im In the Tltutvlll mar.Artve-
29. Vex _
30.Negatlve: 'II :0 Ii ,

reply ; "IC TLS FATHER Tk; MOTHER AND THE BABY BEAR >f ZOWE '

S1.SI1ght "a ; I SPAR SAID, BEAR SAID, SAID/SCMEON6S' 8CBN.y TH/4rsWH-AT'

Incline ,. ,. ,nS2. / 7' I 90MtONS'9 B@EN I CALL

7r ofOMe TEEN QATINO CUT OP READINGAl /

3.174 River 11l :/: / /e ; / I 1'1 20IS. V 130WLTOOC

.:Middle ;J' U. U /.l-4: of 4n
"But, Mr. Mossback, when I come in oa tlmo it 38. Lit anew / /

makes tho day do LONG. I" 3P.Evade n ,-1.1; In/ a ;

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Careful Of "Pal"Dear bell.A ..' "t / 44ae SHUDONT/ BOTHER TO MAKE MONEY AND UCKAND CHEW '

PS..I'C" sit rtX DADDY U&'$ WORKING 50 HE CAN BUY msw

: VERY HARD j YOU MILK AND

BREAD AND

Ann Landers: I have How can a /girl tell There Is no CJI 70 HER EAT THINGS AND

slaved over this letter for three 100% foolproof way to tell. Buta YYt'N DRINK

hours, trying to find words to girl should be wary of a Dear Ann Landers: There I H iTIII: CI IRTIT roi KT or Flu *: J IS ? :. riirnv
trouble in our family Mom took :MMII Jlllllltl, tlHIIir IN Hfi r
will after night
who night
idea that it fiance
convey this so 10. I .\ 'U' bite '"1.\ bills IIM1TI t
a day vacation with two married
be printable. Please for the would prefer a gleesome three aLOIIHS '
women who" work in the IAI1
sake of ALL young and innocent some to a coosome twosome. HAHNPTT SMITH

people, try to get the message She should also be wary of a same office with her. (Their Plaintiff
.
husbands could not v.
across, somehow. fiance who insists on several get away.) lltTTY: LOL SMITH: t7nAR
"the Dad wanted to go but mom laid Defend"nt w
with boys"-
The letter in your column nights out he would be out of place with ::1.01'1. ('I: Clio' at II'

which triggered mine was froma or "the boy three women. TO: BETTY LOU SMITH: whom 3.12

girl whose fiance broke re.l lence anl a,I Irei* are
young Now dad wants to unknown ._
on a
go -- --- ---
their engagement because his Dear Ann Lander: We moved I
fishing trip with three buddies TAKE NOTICE THAT A SUIT
best pal" kept filling him full into a large new home several and mom wants to along lie has bntn filed I agilniit you In theNinth NO HIM/ -:llu I I COULD NAVE

of lies about her The girl finally months ago and were able to go" ullclal. Circuit I In and for Z CARRY / TO ( SVrbRN FI&t2AID r
says 'Nothing doing. Mom is llrevard bounty' Florida< and you
told her fiance to choose cnttrained forty friends at a sit are hereby lummoned. ordered. and ABERNATHY PEP.s ono-croo! l

between his "best pal" and her. down supper New Years Eve making a fuss; it's a mess. required Ii file your written An 'IS FAST / Y
wer ur defeimea to the 1 N
What should be done? TROUBLED Complaint,
f
lie chose the pal. You replied, We went to considerable! expense flied I herein agalmt you In the ASLEEP. 'z
SON abover,titled Conan In the officeof POOR
(and correctly) "Consider yourself and invested a great deal the Clerk' if the Circuit Court In UTTLB X

lucky. You need this guy of time and energy in the party Dear Son: Your mom owes and for Strewed, County Flwlda. at FELLOW
bin office" In the 'ourt Home In
like a giraffe needs a strep plans. After the )last guest had your dad one fishing trip. They I Tltuivllle rlrevnrI County. )'Iorl<'la, MUST \
should have on or hefore the 2n,1 day of April >- BE ALL
throat. left my husband and I agreed an agreement, how. AD, 111 4; and' to nerve a copy of

How I wish had the party was a huge success ever, that from now on all vacations ouch Annwer of tlrfende'upon Tom 'X TUCKERED
my niece \\ut.n. Plaintiffs attorney hereIn >. OUTJI
written to before she married We felt sure everyone had a are taken together whose atllrem,' Ii 80 Nortk ...
you Magnolia. 1A (Irian.In. Florida no Q
a man who also had a "best wonderful time. or befire said date If you fall toil I ;:;; \ Ti'i

pal." Two children and three Of the 20 couples, only" one Ann Landers will be glad to be,> enters 10, a I Decree agilnrt Pro you Con.for...the, will relief 'z J/Rb, 3."

later niece's husbandleft called to say "thank you. Two help you with your problems( demanded In the Complaint' ::: - ----
years my
wrote notes. I have seen almostall Send them to her in care of this W --
her, heartsick and bewildered YOU ARE: HTIIHl: NOTIFIED: PourtTHKfFUNNYI
the others at one time or an. newspaper, enclosing a stamped that 'the nature of the null Ii .a ...11 Ia GROWS .
not for another woman, but for dlvorci matrlmnall. .a vlnculo ;
other smcp. New Year's and not .
for a "best pal." self addressed vnrcloperi 'froth the Drfendanl and for the
even one person has mentionedthe temporary ..n,1.IPrman.nl ..r. and w ,
i
How could this girl have party We are beginning to :''ijll <'.: T<> relHltnHq'You Adelia eu."dy' Dehonh of the Kay miner smith chll.I..n Jeeele. d (rI d ( pbn

avoided the tragedy? Whatare and, each of you art hereby lIune" Smith and JUDe Marie l
wonder if we only imagined they notified and required to prnpnl any Smith QC
the danger signals? And had a good time. claim' ml demand which you or s
either of you may have aw.ln"l theestate The name of tke Court la which
please explain to me why a Are we overly sensitive? of OSCAR SMITH. ilfwaap I. thus cult has keen Instituted It fn1l
homosexual would WANT to COLORADO READER late of Brevanl County. Florida Circuit Court or th* /Ninth Ju llclat. n
within nix calendar rnontht front Ihn C Ircult: In and I for Hrevard County
get marri-d SANTA FE Dear Reader: It is not essen data of first publication of thin Florida: \ and the abbrevlaled' title ofIhla '
notice. elaa the same. will be barrel came la IIAKXhTT SMITH 4 41G
Dear Santa Fe: Your last tial to phone or write to the Eaeb claim or )l.man manner and, form a. required by Defenlnnt. Chancery No Z7817UITNM494 .
question first: Some homosex hostess following a party, butit Jaw. :! my hand and the of 1 l

uals marry because they ((1)) is indeed a hallmark of good WILT.IP F SMITH: flclal teal of >..Id l Court In Ilrevar I

yearn to be normal and they manners. Don't be too hard on CROFTOIf EXECUTRIX BREWER A: County March' A PlirlU.Ii. Ism. 1111. Sri day of 113

mistakenly believe marriagewill the lazy or socially imperfect P.HOLLAND O BOX 888 509 Palm Avenue (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) -.. -_ ----_--w

"straighten them out"; ((2)) The test of a party is not how Tltuivlllo. Horl.la! Clerk Curtl of It.the llarnet Circuit Court
Feb 28. Mar. 4. 11. 18 (wed.) 1954. .
they embrace marriage and many people wrote or called to By V. 8. Hpin'".ler ,5 II C
Deputy ( l -rk
children as a cover it pro. say "thank you," but how they ENVELOPES Also Business Sizes I Io 743 'r
Kraft Envelopes with clasp Tom Walton Attorney for Plaintiff
vides them with a clock of resnirtahilitv responded when they were for mailing Full stock at Star. 820 N. Magnolia 1.A .

there Advocate Urlanlo__ ..1"lorlds u .I_ Vtlil __ N /
1m... t. 11. 11 25 (Wel) 19fi4. eta %
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Take Plan And Srttel



Leave DrivingC

:itinucd from Page 1-C 1 / o THURS. FRI. SAT.

base there. It Is probable that
the TC Airport will move more I
and more into the commercialfield TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
,"
with the Dunn Airpark talcIng ,:". :t": r
on a greater emphasis for : .
WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLE
private aircraft. : J'f: :\ ,
North Brevard has, we believe ,_ :
a unique situation, In that r
,
\.. 1050 W. KING ST.
eight;; t state, county and local officials .
are pilots, and most own : .' QUANTITY
their own plane. j., COCOA RIGHTS
.:. AlSlltVl
Senator Bernard Parrlsh, although .

he doesn't have his -. .,_.... '. ._. I
license yet, owns and flys a six
passenger Cessna 209! "I don't MOOSE OFFICIALS VISIT James Maltbie, Okey Roland, state association
dread the trip to Tallahassee Maltbie, governor of Titusville's Loyal president from Melbourne, E. Dudley
anymore," the senator says, "In Order of Moose, chats with out-of-town Weidemeyer, past Grand North Moose "LEAN FRESH" U. S. GOVT. GRADED "GOOD"JUICY.TeNDER
fact now it's pure pleasure, be. Moose officials on hand for ceremonies from Clearwater and Mike Rossi, gover-
cause the scenery Is beautiful recently instituting the local Women of nor of the Melbourne lodge (Carlson ,
Another of Brevard'i state officials the Moose as a chapter. From left are Photo). GROUND BEEFI .

Rep Jim Pruitt of Eau
Gallie, also flies his own plane Eileen Marks Enters Tides I "WESTERN"
ARMYContinued
and he and Sen. I'arrlsh often 4-H Girls' Public High Low
fly together Thursday, March 12
Joining the local air trafficto from Page 1-C Speaking Contest 7:26: a m. 1:12: a.m. SPARE RIBS"DIXIE"
"Tally" Is State Road Board 7:44: pm. :30: p.m.
work
Dade County Cost of the : Eileen Marks represented
Member, Governor's Laison Friday, March 1)
is estimated at $1.4 million Parkway Junior High in the SLICED BREAKFAST 4
Man, and very close friend of 8:01 am. IM: a.m.
The Army Air Defense Com County Public Speaking Contest 1'
.
Gov Bryant, Max Brewer. 8:28: p I.m. 2:18: p.m.
held the Agricultural Center In
at
mand installations are to be located
Brewer, also city attorney, has ROUND
Cocoa February 27th.
on '
119! miles northeast of
been flying for a couple of years test, which gives girls from the ,
now, lie owns a Piper Cher Homestead; at about five miles Representatives from 28 girls'4II 5th grade on through high schoolan BACONt4 ,

okee, a four.placer, and puts it due south of Florida City;, and Clubs throughout Brevard opportunity to express their SIRLOIN
to good use during his many about seven miles northwest of County participated in the con ideas before an audience. I
trips to Tallahassee. His only Homestead test 4-II leaders and Junior lead Betty Jean Limb, Cocoa High 4
complaint is that he didn't havea Included at each of the sites ers coached the girls In preparation student, was the county winner C
plane during his term as are permanent missile service for the event. for senior girls, with an excellent LB. -
tate representative a few years buildings, barracks, steel radar The girls selected and composed speech entitled "Juvenile Delin 9 I CI
their own speeches for the con- LB.
back towers, fuel storage systemsand quency". Kathy Henderson of EACH
A WW II Marine pilot, County miscellaneous utilities. The Installation to be Clearlake Junor High was the 79
Commissioner Gus Faulk com successful bidder will be required permanent winner for the Junior girls.
pletely gave up flying until to complete the work, at Intel- built as a result of the Cuban Kathy's speech was on "Seat ONLY ;
about three years ago when his vale ranging from 300 to 300( crisis of 1962 Belts". .
interest again revived and now calendar days
he thoroughly enjoys his flying The facilities are part of the J
We asked Gus about the dif J ,l

ference between flying as a trip through the west, during
Marine and flying for fun. "I which time he made a "miser y, "QUALITY SHORTENING"Snowdrift
was scared to death flying dur: ably" hot trip through the '4 a{.aytq 1h .
ing the t war," he said, "but thu American deserts, he commented
I really enjoy" Gus own a that that was the last auto U. S. GOVT. GRADED "GOOD" BEEF
four-place Cessna Skylane, He trip for him. "I'm gonna fly
is a member of the Flying Posse from' now on" he said.

and aided the group in getting Until Just a Jew years ago, CHUCKROAST
the runways paved. only two planes were based at
United State. Commissioner, the local airport, besides those .
Titusville attorney and a principal ot the mosquito control unit, and ..bLamq 39c
in banking and savings and
those were owned by Dunn and
loan interests in North Brevard,. "Bo", But' now, times have
Tom Henderson, has been flyIng MB.
changed, and there ,are approximately .
for several years. Tom finds 40 J locally owned air. 49c L8

!his four-place Cessna Skyhiwk craft hangared .at the ,two airport CAN .
seal expedient in reaching the ..
hunting grounds of eastern ) ,
goose Yes, the air age is upon us. "SMOKED"Limit
North Carolina in the Fall
and the family mountain re
treat in the western part of N.C. Sausage

in the summer. costs burn ? ( : One with your $J or more, Food Order, Please) C"SHURFINE"

ville The airpark man for was whom named the Titus, Ar (E:: High car you up ) BolognaMACARONI 29

thur A Dunn, has been flying 7-OZ. PKG.
for 30 years It was through his Wieners lb.SPAGHETTI. -
efforts in years past aa county '
Need constant !
commissioner that the county: D ,0 ua 5
acquired the airport, which has .t) ,' doctoring? OR ,
.
.
been used for several years as '. High repair coat not you
the base for the -:/ feeling low? Humbler has the .
county mosquito .
control planes. Dunn, now Can rUIiIKedneMaolAdvllncedU'itCONltructlon, lIt't'ptI running! FLA. or GA.'GRADE "A"
averal Port Authority memberand ..
10 faithfully, it'* Amvru.it
a man In his 70s, Is truly Paralyzed by top-Belling cJmpact.payments ,. : -
the dean of "aviators" in Bra- FRYERSWhole
?
vard County. He now shares si
i Cessna four-place Skyhawk squeezed( dry every month?
r with his son, Taylor.It's Rambler American Hiving'in Only Rambler give you all these "WALDORF"I
Amerlc'atvwl..tprk't', xtra-valu features at no extra coati
apropos that the chairman low upkeep. Price rompnri- I
V Stronger Advanced" Unit C iwlrn lloii V Doubk.Safely
of the Titusville-Cocoa Airport Bonn bused on mamiCac Uircru' Brake system V Hoof-Top Travel Ratk on Sot
Authority should be a pilot, and suggested retail prices for RarobU'r'i G w gona"JfOe.lJIpra".oolnl"" vrimlt. '
John C. "Corky" Flake, also lowest-priced model Armored e-ihkuM: Many, many morel ( )
manager of the the Mims Citrus
Growers Association, l La in his 4-ROLL c I

own right, a pilot. Corky, for 1 9
obvious reasons., has his plane Get cool savings- PKG. LB.
based at the T C Airport. It'sa
four place Skylark,and a great

aid to Flake as he must make Get Rambler Americanthe (Limit: One 4-Rell Pkg. with your $S or mere, Food Order PUas) ?
his weekly trips throughout the "SUGAR ,CURED" SMOKED
state in the interests of the citrus
I business and the airport authoiity proved Economy King FRESH "SLICED" "


Xituiville City Councilman and BEEF LIVER PICNICSSLICED ,

for mer mayor, Jim Pritchard,
has for a couple: of years, beena
member of that exciting group i1S
of aviators. Jim has the dis
tinction of being the only member c ::29c :
of the council who is a 2 9
licensed pilot and it's a joint LB.
family effort, as his wife, Nita, LB 1
also flies Jim says h. likesto .
take off from the local airport .
and breeze over to Herndon Air ,I
port In Orlando for a Coke, or "
ALL PURPOSE 4-8-4"
coffee and scoot home again. "u S. NO. 1"
And, the "grand: old man" of
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Titusville aviation, Lt Walter J. WHITE
POTATOES
Bohannon, who has been taking I ERTIZE
off the local strip for about 16 i

years Is our local "flying in Dick i ._ FOR A LOVELIER YELLOW ONIONS
i Tracy. Bohannon charge I
of Titusville Police Department's Rambler American 440 H hardtop,with new room, new rids new beauty LAWN & GARDEN FRESH "GREEN"
d investigation bureau, is also Ti.
tusville's only aerial photographer I CABBAGE
and has spent many noun $ 89 5 .
In the air taking photographs 01! 1I0.1IM COMPACT-CAR SALES RAMBLER Nil!IN USEFULNESS TO THE USER 100 LB. I
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surrounding terrain. "Bo" and EACH Lb.
wife, Virginia and daughter, CANAVERAL RAMBLER, INC. BAG
Ginger have made many flying 811 N. Washington Avenue ONLY
vacation trips around the country
W. remember one when v

"Bo" returned from an auto '.' -.- < w.tie\ Danny Kay Show on cas.tv,Wdn *Uy.....nmia
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j WtdnttcUy, Mitch 11, 1944 TItuivlll (Florida) Stir Advocate P.gt 5-C. '

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Tllf CIRCUIT C !I is! THE ciFcriT COCIIT' OF Tnt: Pent ant Orl-rs3 At Tltufvllle\ ,
I IRCI IT. ivl ntcNTi' .irnoK ix AND FOB NINTH JiixfitL inrriT iv Flnr'd' .
: uI'II.N: ; : : thin 1lh day of February,
MISTER AR H .VHI ( IIIN'TI. MUM .IK U COIl ::0.1'\ r I.'>MIDlIn i \1'' FUN imrt.trlll (UI'NTS. IK4.
''' t Re: II HHII". a/ Curtl R. Barn.. Clerk
.. ..... N.... rreMu IYN. ...... 1\ IKV it). t''ail'* r>tat* *f MARION PLAKH9LEB: I I'II M4 r.NT 1<>. I7IM of the Circuit' Court
Nb '1 : CLF.\I! "::'IT" \\ ILL."e S111ll'P: TO lot>:rriiDOLOftKH : > By: V. 8. dpaniler DC.
: il' Plaintiff e,...<1 ; M. KDDLFMAN. : (CIft('t'IT COl'RT SEAL)
,II !II. MiTirr': OF FILINO TFIITMOi : PUIntlff S/J. William Woodnoa
OH n "<'r \ i. 111-(111ItOror ,
.. J. William WoodnonAttorney

((9"" : : : ACROSS F. CLKME TS Defendant. Notice I I. 1I..lIy ixrtiroK given that I b"n EDWARD W. EDDLEMAN: I'. 0 .lIn>for< 11711 Plaintiff
NOTICr TO \ITK\H: riled final r. 2. Defraud t .mlat Tf t/Hit Edward W. Kddletnan
: Roy F. Clementsrn of le ot MARION BLAKMKA : <
Feh 2R. Mar. 4. 11, 1* <( 8. Not tight Mr.. Ada,. Clrmenlnfo LEE: WILL ...........d: that I hove Detarhm.n7044: Communlcatlnnn -
f (lenrtVoodwaM. AI (AFCfl) trurlniflelil .
tiled for
11. slow my petlllen dtolrlbullonaed
Very : Hlahop M.illdw. Ruail, Nrntown Inr final d/arkarge.. and th..l on I ... Municipal. Airport OhioNotice .
mWi. *' "uare, Fenaevlvniila Mr It lal. M4.! I will apply lo (the la hereby given lam a VIITICP
12. Forbidden : .. are ficreKv nntlfled thud Honorable Vlrill H Coikllnc. complaint for divorce ha* bern filed' I hereby 'Iah t. give notice that 1
13. ArabllUa/ ..." Clememn: his filed, milt In Cnunlv J ild.lie of ArtvaM C'otmty.rinrlila. ((ftlnut you by the plaintiff Jn the will not lie. re.pnn.lllie for any
gazelle 1? j!,>l I. Court. .....11111; a dlvorr for approval nf .U final' above style. court anil are Stile Incurred hv pernon other thai
14. Affirms f. f 1 11D.Makadulte tll' you art hereby requirxl' In lIelura.nil Ice an radar 01 dlstrlbnllon hereby require' to erve a oopv nf mynelf. ,
... and for final dlnrhurgo. your answer and pleading upon J,
'0 ynnr .n..r or ntker p'e..I1"' anKs.eulor Inmrt M Peter
.f till W III of :Marlonhleke.l. WIlliam WoodHnn.. P. r). nox. 11111
the Clerk of thin Court not IIlar. 9, 11. II. 14 (M-W-F-M) 1IM4
1& Tags than A rll 5 1-M4.: iervln a ... Will, d..MeI. Kau Halite\ Florida attorney. for -_- -
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11. PlnatecN8 2//) copy' thereof upon the AlI the plaintiff and file the original
I far the Plaintiff. Hnhert HANK Or MBLBOURNRAND answer or pleading In the Office. of
trees I (,.,., r. O. Rat -. Corns. Yin?. THl'Hf COMPANY the Clerk nf the.. Circuit C'C>U'.t See The
n. Jewish t. or nutter a Judgment. pro ron KXRCUTDHBv Tltuivllle, Hrevard County Florida,
month : ... RICHARD S. PAHNF.Y on or before the 27th day ef M&n h.19H4. Star AdvocateFor
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21. Cat P 1'; orRT URAL' ': ) Vice PrMldrll and, Trmt If you fall to do an, a Decree
1'ro Confemio will b. taken aialnt
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24. Lily 1/0' 24 Cards R. Burn. 11f'1..rWILLIAMI1 A (lIILICn yen for the.. relief demanded In the Your t
26.: Amidst [ Clerk: til the Circuit. Court Attorneys for K.t tt complaint.
27. Wander! My : Settle Hull.Deputy ... O sloe' Kit!! I Thin nolle shall h* published. Printing Needs!
2& Java tre I : Clorkr Melbourne, Florid once a week for four coneecullve
; r r. 4. it. IK. JB iweii) 'WI'I. Mar. 4. II, IS. M: (>V.d.) 1501.I week In the Tltuavllle Iler-A Vex
29. _

SO. reply Negatl' I TwrFATHER TFs MOTHER AND TH5 BABY BEAR V 2OWIE

11. Sllght I HEAR SAID, BOAR SAID, SAID."SOMEONE'S BSSN... J'THATS' WHAT
incline 90MI30N1'1! "50MECh6'e' BJEN6ATINO I CALL

I 12. TTSbutary 0101110 ,' ds"till OATINO CUr ORMY I READING!

I River 1 .{ our cKAtYf"l BOWL,TOO.r'

.S. Middle : By NL"
"But, :Mr. Mossback, 18. LIt anew 0,1 :.1!

makes tho day It.EVade

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43.Donkeyl 7 t" ; ; : ,. to e 11 G I RI
44sayO

e, 1.LRodent Bal1IY'e' = r 1

Ann
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Be LP.aling MbalU.Fierce ,, SH NI/ PONT BOTHER -Tie E MONEY- | ( AND UCKAND CHEW? )

CAPCV. AE'S WORKING CO NE CAN BUY

: VERY HARD YOU MILK AND


Dear Ann Landers: I have QrutR BREAD THINGS AND

slaved over this letter for three WFIYIS A 7t7 EATAND i

hours, trying to find words to there.'r' Ann Landers: I : ? .. rT DRINKJa

convey this idea so that it will in our family. "" hrs
-day vacation
be printable. Please for the

sake of ALL young and innocent women who
office with ('
people, try to get the message
:* could not )
across, somehow.The :
wanted to go but
letter in :your column would be out of : "' '

which triggered mine was froma
women. : .. J 3 It:
young girl whose fiance broke
dad wants to
their engagement because his : -

"best pal" kept filling him full mom trip wants with to 11 1 NO USE WAKING HIM-:ill.: ra HAVE \
of lies about her. The girl fin go 1; : MR. IAPERNATIiY CARRY HIM UPSTAIRS TO HE SAID3JIj2 //
"Nothing doing. l
ally told her fiance to choose PEP.t 000.6001 I

between his "best pal" and her. a fuss; it's 19 FAST i = < i J
should be done?
lie chose the pal. You replied, ASLEgP s
SON
POOR
(and correctly) "Consider your UTU6 z

self lucky. You need this guy Son: Your FELLOvVMUST

like a giraffe needs a strep dad one fishing

throat." have an / BELL

that from now ; ;; : TUCKER60OUTI
How 1 wish my niece had ,
!
written' to you before she mar are taken 1

sled a man who also had a "best i J ;; ; \ i

pal." Two children and three Landers will I WPc.i.MJIIf, 3-/1/ _

years later my niece's husbandleft you with your __ _

her, heartsick and bewildered them to her in : : 4A t Pour! 711AT 1

not for another woman, but enclosing ) GROHbVf ( G

fur a "best pal." Force"V < Ro ONE FUNNYI BIT 1 v, j

How could this girl have XUTIJ TO CK r.l; > '' rri r ( I

avoided the tragedy? What and each ot you I
and required to I R
are the danger signals? And .nd demand j
of you. may have .. 1,
please explain to me why a of OSCAR ,
homosexual would WANT to of Brevanl I
.1>< calendar r r ,
get marrl d. SANTA FE : .of firm :\ I\\ .I= r, + / J ; rswt
clue the lame : J
Dear Santa Fe: Your last claim or demand : 1
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and form .t
question first: Some homosexuals : !

marry because they ((1)) WILLIE EXECUTRIX: : R.

yearn to be normal and they BREWER 141 '

mistakenly believe marriagewill ( ': .
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"straighten them out"; ((2)) .. Florida .. -
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20 Mar. 4. 11, IS ( !
they embrace marriage and ( CI rrJv CN

children ai a cover it provides -
Kraft Envelopes : r,
them with a clock of res mailing Full TJ1Trr

pectability. ()(, \ /

What are the danger signals? /rr y l fti "' .

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THEATRE. TITUSVILLEOPEN Ch. 8 Search for
Wednesday Ch. 9 Father oZ M,M.ia tMrwM A,
6-T 11:45: Ch. Oulillnf 1 %
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4 mmeh mwn '::0fl ch. ( News, ,",port". Weather 1:00 Ch. :2 New. .. : '-. n'tA I 'oJ "' "I"l1''''' U..1'r
doris day Ch. 9 New, Spore, Weather Ch. 0 Olrl Talk : !
5:15: CII. 9 Editorial Ch. 9 ":rnl. Ford l .
James garner sIf:: Ch. 9 New, Uport," Weather 1:111 Ch. :2 Focu : .. : OI'ns' ) rc.Qrq
':30 Ch 2 New, HuntleyBrlnkleyNew. 1J: Ch. 2 Science r n
polly bergen Ch.: S ., Walter CronklleCh. I Ch. S A* the :
asrsws 'a 9 New, Ron Cochran Ch. 9 Newa. Jotlk.Chamboorl.l..
own.w.a.aefmove 9:49: Ch 9 Great Mul
7:00: CII. 2 Deputy ails Ch. 9 Cartoon :'
Ch Olsen Reeve
Ch.: 9 Cheyenne }:00 Ch. 2 Let'. Make 4l -
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"Ol'er. 1:20: ('k. 2 Virginian Ch. Paaaword
4dal'linfJ'! Ch t You nil. People Concert Ch. 9 Ana aothern : .
toe: CII. 9 Patty DukeTlihtrope 1:25: Ch. 2 New. Floyd
1:341 CS. 1 ':30 Ch. 2 Doctor*
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CINf.MACOI'I CQOIIIY DoLMCROWN Ck: 9 Farmer''* Daughter Ch. 8 Houae : ? 4 ill'
SOO: CII. 2 Kpl..aacBeverly Ch. 9 Day In
C" 1 Hlllblllle ':515 Ch. 9 New. Llaa
':011 Cb. 3 Loretta
Ch.C. C B a Casey : : '
LAST 1:30:: Ch. Dick Vi* Dyk. Ch. 8 To Tell the : 'll'/01"II
TIMESTONITE 11)fW: CII. 2 Eleveath. Hour Ch. 9 General .
Ch. ( Danny Kay f:.25 Ch. S Newa, Uou
CII. 9 Channlnf IJ: Ch. 2 You Don't :
11:00: 'h. 2 New. Sports. Weather Ch. Kil|. el -
CS. 9 Nwa, Roh Young Ch. 9 queen for a SPENT MY Lire < EKCEPT ee I Ectrr WHAT, POP f irS?UAL
DRIVE-IN. TITUSVILLE 11.10: CS.: 9 New, Sports, Weather 4:00: Ch. :2 Match Oam.Cit. THIN' T'FND WmS 0'HlTTIN'ITBKj YW W* W 9 SEnkNO' fCAEWgAt1
11 :10 CII. t IMIterftl 1 Secret HOW DO I MAKE t>OUBH-- r- WITHOUT WHAT IS IT } IDCA lur9
11.25: CII. 101.... "T" R-"H afMalm Ch. 9 Trallmiater ) BIG OOJ6H? 51b/Ho'RDebiNr/ BUT If MIHR
SHOWN TWICE 7:05-10:45: $ ......el' 4:25: Ch. 3 New. LIFBN MY PINKY ,
A BANK VVWATIS THERE t v BE NORTH A
.. t Weather 430: Ch. 3 Burn .nd : CON-AND 7NERAIN'T Jv g'/
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THE r NE EOICu JU ii W 11:30: I. ... J JeSuy C.... Cb. I fncle Walt I NONE 2 ., TRY :
CII. M.T.. .. U.w.peol- 1:00: Ch. 2 Boat of II "
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DOCTORSDOfIT .d" Ch. S Huckleberry : .. II I rJ tfi ? -
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TAII(fj r Thursday 9-2.1: e.... 3 created .. I
tM: Ch. 2 Newacnp
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MOMXIVOII ''kyMlllglr
g. Ch. 2 flunahln Alnnnao ::11I Ch. 9 New' pert : I 4M
':30 Ch. 2 World Clvllliatloa 9:II Ch. 9 KdltorlalM : :
Kk\\ Ch. t BunrU. 0emetr ,: ('h. 9 New' l r4 1 v e
SHItC0011IDOFj 1:00: Ch. J Today 4:3O: Cb. 2 New. ;t tr 1,
C.... I Film feature Ch. 1 New' ,
Tae CD. t Mickey Evae f 44: Ch. 9 Enchanted F MlE1'jgp
T.M Ch.: 1 New*. Weather TiM: Ch. 2 Rifleman : 141 y el 4wn Iu,. .. '
1 00 Ch. ( Captala' Kn.aroo' Ch. S Hunting and : ) :
g'30 Ch. I Cartoon Cb. 9 Vlrclala Bo I
a OO Ch. 2 Divorce Court TM: Cb. 3 Tempi. AWAY( 41AC1I 7 XKO A f'f' THO ROM RIGHT HtM IN 7H6 IIOIDYERICaSEi SON-
Ch. 1 American HIMnry I Cb. 1 PaaawerdCb. : =- fC4tATREA4uReMADf50MikfSdA CARIBBEAN CLOSE BY 1 ITS lT AIN'T THAT iP Pl6iytw
Ch. E......* lee Woman 9 rllnut' nee : ( E PIRAie I MtetT! ur rvrtM w A BAA THE VUCATAN I CHAMNEt .
9:M Ch. : Cartoona I ate: C.... Rawhide IN SNAM9rbt1. Ml SWlARS IT
fleconimentitd tQl_Multi' Onll'' 9 3ft. Ch. wryer Room Cb. 9 Donna need LOCATES A SP'NrJH QHIKH0JNK. \ r
10.00 Ch. 2 Nay When 9.30: Ch. 2 Dr. KlldaraCb. : ( WITH TWO MILLION ,i l rw l lI lr
IN COLOR AT ':1S Ch.1 New Mike Wallace I 9 My Three IF rr 1''
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Ch. t Hpanlih 9-00: ) ('k 1 Perry .
I 10'2S Ch. 2 New. Edwin Newman Cb. 9 Jimmy Dean I SOMBTNIN
10:30 Cb. 2 Word for Word 9-M: Cn, 3 Ha.elin : ,
JUNGLE
"LIANE, Ch. I Love Lurr I :00 Ch. 2 Perry Como I'r
Ch. a Decemker Bride Ch 1 N.1'..
GODDESS" 11:00: Ck. S Concemratto Cb. 9 Cld Caeeer r
Cb. < McCoy. 10:34 Cb. t Story of a : rk II
MARION MICHAELS Ch. Price I* Right Racer
II:90 Ch. 2 Missing LJafc/ 11:*0 Ch. 2 New. "
EXTRA Ch. Pete and Gladys Ch. 9 Newt' Bob : "
Ch. > Object I."rTE.'t01I. 11-1: Ch. 9 New. ''
LISTON II:20 Ch. 9 RdltoHalII .
CLAY vs. 12:00: Ch. 2 Tour. Pint Impr...... :3* Cb. Movie Sit
I Ch. Love ef Life .."...,n II. ," 1 io ,I
FIGHT FILM Ch. Bevea Key ("'-. 9 Weather '
12 2S Ck. C New. Robert Trout UiM Cb. 3 Johnny .
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PRICES AUIFFECTIVE ','
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THUR..FRI-S T.. ro '! \ 1 .

MAR 1.11.14 A $64." RETAIL VALUE I

100 -Compact Lght( -Weight

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CELEBRATION j \\17// .Stereophonic CartridgePlays
t ; # DUALARAMIC PARTYMASTEREOPHONICPhon ( Monaural, too)

h Two 4-Inch Speakers
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ROil'''' '>t your fivorlt Publm b.nve.n Thurf
d.y,Mitch I 12 end the dow*f butlnttl' 1.1ur
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Guns the numbw of Idly| .bair In the ip c itapothecary '
|let et t the GE Stereophonic Phono-
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GE Phonogrtph In Ih. .t.f( II* Ml'cton!
1 will bt nude by In Import! I third perry ofSWIFT'S '
"; ludgti Employees d PubllM, (heir Imm.dnbtem.U.L '
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PREMIUM BONELESS end winwrrltd, niMr will Mt bt
frozen foods eligible to.nt f thi*tort**.
Ch.... DolkiouiFrozen'Waffles MEMBER_, It Mriilcf to buy. ., -4 .o
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1 not be pr..nt t wIMIkon l ck w will
I .W.o.' 19c canned h beof.....

HolI_.? HOUM.Sty....) ams 1ooWHINERS!

Bell Peppers . 'Ik: ;.'' 59c _
OMI AT IACHVUIUX MA+elf
Southland Quick Frocan _
Cream Peas . "a;,*. 49c S.

., SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN .
Tripoli ou. Qukk .
Frozen Yams . fcVlb. 49c j Por* GOV'TINSPECTED TENDER-AGED

., 5-Ib. #
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GOtto,,', FlavorlockPerch /
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Fillets kl 49c glut 100 extra free 4l Green Stomps with* coupon .
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Mn. Poul't !rom Frlod .. Chuck Steaks i lb. 59cfritrf c

Fish Fillets . V-V:: 39c / specials' :' .
DIXIE CRYSTALS Imperial" Gold,; Short Robs lb. 39 c

IOOX'XEXTRAXIOO Margarine. . '.;nb. 37cBordon. '. .

I. ,J"/ GreenStamps.Hh All CWM**>4..uduw.b I CANESUGAR i 111 I Flake. Flak Rolls, Gam . 2 a:::; 49C Ground' Beef lb.49c.

Kraft I CheoM SpraadCheezVyhiz -
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5lb. con $3.69 . el f" 39c Swilt'. Premium T.t,
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'm.. 000000000000000000 S P Swish '-Eye Cheese . '&'. 59cKrcfti Corned. Beef . . . . lb. 69' :
Arma.r' Star FlavorfulSliced '

OOO EFRXTREEA1'OO CheddarCheese M.llow-FloYOr.d *Ik:?: 49c Bacon . . . . per lb. 49a,
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Old Foihion FlavorTarnow

I 'to',1 Green......._.....Stamps".... _." I ; rpIl Wieners . pe'-L t.b.r 49".
,.... DR., WEST'S TOOTH BRUSH t FOLGER'SINSTANT L,.., Testy ..'

,:;;: any ge.vn. style 1&,: any Ma r. 14.case I.IeII" Smoked Sausage . per b",. 59. ,R
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I .dtklkla.o..nd.urdewoll psi In Tit. Handy.. Sit-F.ck 12-01. ,
Po d'i Cold Cream or Dry Skin O IS Sausage . . . 69*
$1 1 pkg
med. site 79e plus tax Sehlitz Beer ............ C7B'. lO-o*. Ltnttn
.. Tatty T.etM "
r't: rw aL Mar 14. 1"41 M-G-A $ sms'b" PlocaiMushrooms

00000000000000000000 ....... 4 V.;,, $1 far Sea Bass Fillers . lb. 59'
Bnokfait Club Fraih Whipped" Dtliclout Lantt

SO uV( FREE 91150 White Bread . ....... 2 '"I;;', 4V Lake Mich Smelts ,lb.' 2SIt *

I ;/ Green.. .... Stamps, Hanhay flavorfulChocolate Syrup ........,6;.:. 23 limit 1 per customtr with ./ "
fw. ea and rwckoM ol Kr.ft'i Dalicloui purchases of$5 or more **/ JTANGY HEINZ
',. JOHNSON COCONUT CAKE -
17-o*. pkg. 89c Macaroni ..40 Ch.N.) .......... !n1'Ilk,. 45* TOMATOKETCHUP
r;::, ,..e.r. .. aL Mar. 14. r:;: Swift'* Sell! Shorbat or
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ.Q.oO Ice Cream .......... 5 fft::. $1 cloiuit I >c JU'O(I lice Laos j
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\ UUU\ \ a I Prune. Juice .. ,.... 2 bes 40.01.. $1 1 FLORIDA VINERIPENEDTOMATOES ,
Cannad Lunch Meat limit( 3))
,J"( Green Stamps Swift's Prem 3 '12.0.. $1 ">. 25 t
I drk+4cu.o..4.wdew.1. I ... ..... ? ,
Lykes FlavorfulChili' 14 ox
I Slngloton'i Family Pack Br'dtd Shrimp Crisp New England McIntosh
1 1'/4-lb. pkg. $1.19 I I with Beans ...... 5 .3", $1 1 3.ib. %
,Ian.es. aL Ma. ,.. 1..1 The Pink Lotion .to'.nt. Apples I .. .. . . . . hag 39
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Suu.hine'N.w. Thin All-Purpose Red-Bhtt

150 6FR lfEAm 50 lrispy.Crackers. ....,..., '.V,". 31Potatoes. . . . . . ... .10bobg49GoodAiGold < Limit 5 pUa$
LhOsage V. March Ftoturt

I I Jtt'{ Green wi.6''._.Stamps"............ I Lemon Thins ............I0j'kcs; 39 'r I
SWIFT'S PREMIUM CORNED BEEF Delicious FreestonePeaches Pitted\ Dates . .... \\/"ST/ 25 .

,per lb. 69c WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE!
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6-Ol. p9.690 C' .
6oo o ..o i.l. Mv. 14, 1M4))oo.sr.. ] Flour . 5lb.pkg.: 39 I PUBlIX I PIRTLE PLAZAPillsbury'

Assorted 15O

Wr ET5O Cake Mix .3 19ot.pkgs. $1. r o TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
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