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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
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Man, Four Boys, Rescued I

rjp- Last Night From St. Johns

A Titusville man and his four day afttrnoon.Rodrnbaugh had been built for warmth and to he could not find his way out he w

sons were taken from the wilds \ : Star.Aclovcate reporters art as a signal fire did the most sensible thing he

of the St. Johns River to the Bill Ljerly and Gone Three of the boys were awake could build a fire and wait for

warmth and safety of home last Blythe, (friend I loot Kill, nephewof and ready to go home but the hi'Ip.
night by Deputy Buzz Hudin \ Hill and Ratter Collins!
ynun H'bt. Millard Jr., was sound With (lie Sherift' patrol bout I to
baugh of the Sheriff/ dipait- and C. F. Stevens. two members
4 aas menu of the Highway Patrol Auxiliary ulctp and so was carried by his lead the way, Hill ,Uru)I his
r left the St. Johns hirer boat brother to the boat. boat motor, bunillid tin boys
f Th. department received a lamp off Rt. 50 about 9:30.: warmly and followed linden
call about a.m, tail night that Hill explained that at dark baiiKh Exit, the wind had l shifted
Millard Hill of Pritchard An, The report was the family hail! approached ho had become lost the hyacinths and It took 10.13

,.. and hit four ions, were not Cone north, and in the distance In a largo lake and could not minutes to find the right! channel
WORN OUT back from a boating trip to tho could. be seen the faint light: of a find hit way to tho main channel out of the lake anti into the river
Millard Hill Jr., 3-year-old sleeps unconcerned St. John RI..,.. The boy, of the rivor. It seemed, he proper
a- dad and brothers are cheered by their discovery Tommy 14, Johnny 12, Danny 9 fireAbout two miles down the river, laid, the mort ho tried, the The youngsters, those who are HELPS DROTHEU Tommy Hill carries brother:: Mil
by Deputy Buzz Rodenbaugh after the family had be- and: little Millard Jr., 3, and the rescue boat found(I the family more ho kept going In circles old, enough, have an exciting tale laid to boat and safety after being lost on island on St
come lost on St. Johns River.-S-A Photo). their dad had loft early yetter* huddled around a (,8mpflrehilIi After it became apparent that to tell today in achoul.r4dvocatc. Johns: River last ht.-S-A. ( Photo).

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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents '., ...., ""
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.1 84th Year No. 36 5c Per Copy -Titusville Florida, Monday March 2J 1964 14 Pag'oday'l';; l; kl l'l, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays I



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Saving Son

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Top HonorsParkway Michael Skidmore four-year-old son of Mr and Mrs. Faye

Skidmoiu 2111 Barna Avenue, died in a fire that swept a
portion of the Skldmote home just after 8 this morning.
t oy The body of Mike was recovered from a spot beneath a
Junior High: studentswon Mike Tucker and Danny Mix home with 16 different award window In the bedroom in which the fire was centered.

all six possible first plate son, eighth graders, and John In the past two years, Parkwayhas l. It is believed that death came ns a result of exposure to(
awards in the Junior high Div McColl, Charles Tucker, Eileen won 1] of 18 first places in terrific heat and suffocation.

Lion of the Regional Science Fair Marks, and John Duncan, ninth the Regional contest, however, Mrs. Skidmore and another ann, Kenny, suffered burns
at Melbourne Saturday evening/ grade students, won all possible this is their first year in which tl with Kenny being taken to Jess I'arrlsh Memorial Hospital I
and will represent Brevard and first place awards including a students have won the entire
immediately and Mrs. Skidmore who in shock
Indian River Counties in the State test overall in six different fair.
cared for In a neighbor's house, by a doctor, who rushed to\
month Silent Fair In..Ji<'ksoiv4J)
and came were college science professors' ... .. ._ ..._ u.. .. ..
scientists from Cape Kennedyand > I > 11r s* acre I DKir:> ;more paremiy l (/ait
Air Force Scientists from covrrrd! the smoke and fire while
Candidates Better Patrick Air Force Case. In the dining roor kitchen area
: Bill Crites is head of) the Parkway 4a ". '. amt rushed Intd the bedroom, Incited -
Science department at the northeast corner of
I The students representing Ly I lie house' She was able to get
"Kenny. aged 3, out of the
I' room
Parkway were chosen during a ....
Check On Sign Laws local science fair several weeks and turned back to try tu save
FIRE SCENE Hoses play on a fire at old Michael Skidmore, whose body was ..1 Mike, but tho flames and smoke

ago.Mike Tucker's project was the Faye Skidmore house, 218 Barna, this found beneath the window through whicha -- ,. trove her back
State laws regulate/ the postIng 2 Without having: attached "Biological Fuel Cell,"; McColl, morning as the blaze is brought under con fireman is aiming water (centerSAPhoto ) ( .,- t' Mrs Louis Grandpre. 214
of thereto a permit tag. trol The fire cost the life of four-year- ).
political campaign: post. "Effect of Metals on Radioactive Barns, who lives next door to( the.
era and signs by and through 3. Upon a highway right.of- Vapor Trails"; Chas. Tucker, Skidmore house, said that one of
Outdoor Advertising Laws Chap way cr within 15 feet of the "Mineralivac"; Miss Marks, her children was outside and
(tt'r 479!) and Section 335.13, Florida boundary' of such right-of-way. "Manuel Dexterity"; Mixson. "A rushed In to tell her the hou f
Statutes. 4. By nailing or affixing to Chemical Study of the Soils of Council To Discuss New next door was on fire

Ii light of the campaigns now any tree! North Brevard', and "Duncan, "I I ran out and Into the SklU.
'G' .
"Drugs and Forces.
underway and getting up added :3 I. Upon! private property more house Mono (Mrs. Skld-
steam. the provision of these without written consent of the McColl entry won the best more) was lit tho living room
laws are as follows: property owner. overall physical science projectand crying out 'Mike's In ther' (fee
Banners Political overhead Tucker won the bet overallIn .h, pointed to the flameonvolcplnj -
Inside Municipalities State banners may not be erected biological science com"ctition Fire Station Site In IRCCity Michael Skidmore !bedroom) I Ira" into the

laws provide only that posters cross any county, state or federal Paul Marovfch and Belly Ed loses Life at 4 hill to see If we could 91 t..
and sls-s shall not be posted or highway: either inside or munds clinched two second placesin him, but the fire and ''''Gke'woo
erectedithin: highway; rights. outside of municipalities. Biological science entries while too much. I ran back homo

of.w ay. However, city ordinance Penalty Violation of outdoor Laurie Burr won third In Biologyand council faces an apparent to relinquish rights to a utility (now Parkland Estates), which Miss Base Wins and called the fire dtpirt
prohibits the posting of theseon advertising laws is a misdemeanor James White took a third In busy agenda for Tuesday( nifiht'i: casement at the new church prop- was left out of the original appllcation mint" Mrs. Grandpre told aSter
uny cay or public property, carrying a possible fine Physical Science meeting, including a request for erly in Delcspine Courts and(I .Adovcoto reporter,
ineliirtinj street rights.of way, of $300 per violation per month. Receiving honorable mentions an appropriation to purchase transfer the easement to another S Rcjucst by Imperial Towers Slate Honor The fire evidently started In a
I subject, to $500 tint. Sign permits, permit applications from Parkway were John Ream, property for locating a new fire portion of the property for zoning approval for the sale a. closet in the northeast cornet
Outside David Burrell, Charles Evans, station in the Indian River area, C he (room. The shcctrock
Mumcipalites No and complete copies of the Request to advertise for of Intoxicating liquor-consumptIon Sharon Base, a senior at Iitui- wall
poster! or sign shall be posited or statutes may be secured by Sharmen Sturchio, Earl Johnson and a resolution asking reduction scaled bids for refunding bonds on premises-for tho dining ville High School, won first placeIn and I ceiling were completely do
erected: writing to: Outdoor Advertising and Jae Ferguson. In the speed limit on U.S. 1 and dated Sept 1, 1941, Talmadge area to be located In the apart stroycd Several beds la the room
I The State Fair will be held in State Road SO from 65 to 43 miles the Sales )Demonstration division were twisted and burned
1. Until tho required Individual Florida State Road recommends the bids be advcr mend building, by the
I sign! permit fee is paid. Tallahassee. Department the Jacksonville Coloseum April( per hour. Used April 10 and be opened Request for approval of Ingrcss ot the! State Leadership Conference fieat. The room. Itself was completely <
1,2,3and4. City Manager Cleveland Tal April 28. and egress for a service' of the Honda Association gutted, The fire burnt 1

r ... .. ...,.: madge said that drawing of a S Request the city to underwrite station to be located on the northwest of (the Distributive Educations through the door to the hall and
., ,
r.Zf"t.H :" ; }i It'i" : resolution for started burning past insulation
$ tho Into
asking speed expense of a city employee or corner of U.S. 1 and State Clubs' of America In
limit reduction was authorized at designated representative for a Road 50. Tampa/ Saturday and will represent the attic and Into the othrr
the last meeting of the council two.week period to man the Rre- e Request for a variance by the state In her class in rooml.
and that the city attorney, who if yard Booth at the Worll's"" Fair James Ryan in' rear-yard setback Chicago dating early May, It was quickly brought unit!'t
also the State Road Board control by three fire units calli, J
( member Estimated; expense Is $313 excluding requirements at property on :
has prepared It. The resolution Jones Mill Bate, who gave her soles to the scene
any salary regularly paid. and a request for a
i'I' c 4 Is to go to the State Road An ordinance requiring open variance in side.yard restriction demonstration and speech on "I 1 was the first fireman ;
Department. Currently signs indicate body trucks to be covered with a by Milton Finkle for two lots on "Medicated! Cosmetic" will receive scene" Chief Jim Brown il I.
c .
65 mile hour l an expense paid trip to as he related how .
per epee tarpaulin.A the east aide of Byron Avenue in he w i" en
limits on U.S. 1 from Harrison petition for annexation of a Whispering' Lukea.a Chicago during the National route to the station whrn u g ,I
Street to the south city limits and) portion of the Second DECA conference which will beheld the radio call! In his car
Sharpe property reading of a re zoning
on Highway 20/ from Indian River In the Hotel Conrad HU:on. "The fire was too far III 1, n, : >t
request by L. Hen/
r Heights to the west city limits demon for Bjrna Approximately 350 students, my fire extinguisher to do an\-
property on
Talmadge Is asking far a SS,5W Is ,She Dead! Avenue from OU to R.3 tu allow plus scores of teachers and representatives thing with It. It took the true'. I
appropriation to purchase two garden apartments of retail business and powerful hoses to extlng !is
lots for the location of lhef f fire and advertising agencies werein It." he added.
substation in the Indian Riverare. Second reading on a rezoning Chief Brown said that (the fir, ..
No Nof! Quite request by Earl D. Cope for Tampa for the DECA conference
r The lots are 5b/ 75 each properly evidently started in the cl/,"t t
and Washington
4 and are located immediately Ilopkint !In the room. Just 'now\ I N still & '
south of the new .Atlantic? Station A report came Into the Ti. Avenue from B 1 to C.1 to The coveted 'DECA Student certain It was pjiMfily' a'-ir'' I

+r on the southwest corner of Mate iusvlllo Police Departmentthis allow* a "Chpis" drive in unite. of the Year" award from Florida by coo of the/ ho> In the tom> '>r
Road 54 and the' county road. morningi Second reading on a re-zoning Retail Federation determined from an ele-triral short I
i The city manager laid that last "A 'doad' woman Is lyingen request t by Jack J. Rouen for by students' accomplishments The two oMe t Skldmire c'UI' t.
I (he railroad tracks near property west and north of Coquina and Sitvlrj. ha I .1.l
I year in a report submitted by the project and DECA activities ren Larry
i ITT Southeastern Fire Underwriters, South Street AU to Elementary R. School from &generally;: was won by ready left for school!l amt< itrSkldmore .
3 to allow
City Sal- multiple who weeks lot Chns
following consolidation, It was Investigator Henry dwellings Paul R Bjntli of Cocoa High. !
done Info hi. with Icr at Pane K- iiedy. .
recommended that the city provide Jumped or e IEC\) Is a cooperative: educational Corp r wiI
a substation In the Indian Gene Blytrto, Star-Adrocato Second reading on a re zoning .t I vvork Mr( ,. Skklmnre works
L course which ensibleia the
request by II c. Kirk for
t properly time at the Bl D' Drive!
+ ,
River City area The proposed roportor, who was at the police on U.S. 1 Jut south of Big student to attend school and be part "
site of the..station Is west of the station at tho tune. They employed In the In
-- -- -- Apple from C 1 to B-l to allow afternoon and '
;.J. ; railroad tracks and within two rushed to tho scone. a /llhotisj'/ the fire it 'calf was confined
STUDENTS RECEIVE CONGRATULATIONS Fair in Melbourne Saturday evening Left miles '.
-Ralph Robertson, Parkway Principal to right: Charles Tucker, Eileen Marks, lances to be protected alright, tat was still fcrtathlng Second reading on a rezoning Miss Bane was previously employed rnni.i- and l Path, smoke and Ix-tt
is shown congratulating the six Mike Turner, Danny Mixson, John Mc tho request by N. A. Rossman for at the River Drugs I" (damaged' the entire Interior cf tie)
Other items the dud drunk and
on meeting was
Parkway students who won all six first ,Coll and John Duncan.-S-A( Photo property on HarrUnn Street extension Indian River City in cosmeticsand home. A pi,istir rlo< k over the refrigerator
place awards during the Regional Science ) agenda'" : was takon to the "pokey" tosober from AU to B.t to allow is now employed at River in the kitchen wu
Request by the Church of God up. Set COUNCIL On Page 4 Lanes melttd.


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,"9* 1 TItutvllU (Florida) Star. Adveeste Monday, March 21: ,1944 j, helped us connect tip. the elect-
licitwater and sewer pipes and

made us feel right at tame"

While in Lake Wales the Jt warts .

arround town 11 II visited a .citrus .processing

plant Bok Tower, The Passion
WftA Ne+att And Nofea Play and Spook Hills She reported

pl Ntntll Brsoard Phone 267-39M dU/ih oara ara cartoon they needed wraps f for the Pas

aton Play, since it was quit tool,
They also visited ta Bartow and
The Titusville Woman's Club ceremonies concluded two years la it. They bought it not only for\
she recognized a borne, where
building) '' was a hustle and bustleof of studying the Holy Scripturesby use for summer vacations but for she visited a faintly when she

activity Sunday afternoon fora the boys and girls. Receiving weekend trips. was seven years old.
special Mother-Daughter Tea the Rite of Confirmation were
And so they recently spent The Stewarts said that the
which could well have been a Leslie Wheeler, Carol Claus,
League Of Women four in Lake Wales at the
days travel trailers are apparently the
preview of the Easter Parade. Karen Schultz, Paula Branded-
Miniature First Nighters Lake Wales Trailer Park. salvation of some of the older
Voters Slate Meet University
Junior Woman's Club memberswere berg, Pam de Deug, Michael
I "We found out that trailer people trailer parks, which were not constructed
Of CommitteesAll hosts for the occasion honoring Scholtz, Connie Zimmerman,
their sponsors, the Senior Janet Nething, Eric Kollman, are certainly wonderful- to handle some el the
"Member Drive UnderwayA temporary committees of Women of Women Told Woman's Club members.A Robert Golk Terry Gillen, Linda friendly and helpful," Mrs. Stew wider and longer trailers being
the provisional League
art said "When we arrived, they produced today.
and Easter Golk
combined Spring Zimmerman, Arthur
membership drive Is weU work Voters of North Brevardwill
decor of the room was enhancedby and Carol Henry and Virginia
under way for the Miniature Adults interested in workingin meet Wednesday at 9:30: About MathUniversity

First Nijhters, a theatre for the theatre world are also a.m. aL the Woman's Club in TI. the lovely Spring fashions Huber.
worn by the numerous guests. LEARN EARN !
"young actors and actresses", as invited to join the organization, tusville. Women returned to
The charming "future" club Mrs. Ruth Bell of Melbourne,
: well as plans for three one act and may obtain information An invitation !Is extended to the classroom, Tuesday, March Courses
members were a delight to all president of' the 12th District, Secretarial
plays to be presented in the near from the board of directors at all women who are interestedin 17. as Miss Sally Webster Instructed -
in their pretty pastel frocks and American Legion Auxiliary will
future and a full scale musical the above listed number.Membership the league to attend. Mrs. AAUW members in Speed writing, ShorthandClasses
the little lady make her official visit to the local
: production during the summer. I registration W. T Crow, 293 Key Madeira, fundamentals of "The New even youngest Now Forming!
proved she would someday be a Unit No. 1 tonight at 8 p.mat '
: The group, organized last year, blanks will be available at the IRC area is temporary chair Math" Miss Webster, who received perfect club woman. the Legion Hall.
recently voted to hold a special majority of schools In the North man Her phone number is her Bachelor of Science HOWELL'SBUSINESS L L S

: membership drive at a reduced Brevard Area as well as at t the 267-7800. degree In Education from the The very youngest guest was First Methodist Church Choir

: yearly fee. During the monthsof Earnest School of Dance in Pir- Election of officers and directors University of Georgia, teaches petite Monique Storey little held their annual Easter Cantata COLLEGE
daughter of Dr. Ben and Mary
will be held at a meeting advanced math and
) March and April, youngsters tie Plaza or by phoning the year services
: between the ages of six through above number.Titusville tentatively set for April 8 at the science at Riverview Elementary Storey, and the eldest was the during both morning Easter"by 1528 S. Washington 287-1161
.. school Women's Club Building, at 10:00: School. charming Mary Boggs, 82. yesterday. "The Glory of
high join
age may
John W. Peterson direct
:: theatre group for one year at a a.m. An advisor appointed by "Modem math attempts to Mrs. Jack (Norma) Larks, was
Women At Miss Jean
id by Wright
Mrs. William Halstead of Miami, teach the 'why' of math, and JWC president presented two
cost of only 25 cents and proofof NURSERY
Mrs. Nola Peele the
: membership. Regular membership DAC State MeetingAt state organucr, will attend this seeks to use 'discovery' techniques" lovely gifts to Mrs. Roy (Millie) at piano

:': fee Is $1 per year and meeting, as well as the meeting: Miss Webster said She' Roberts, second vice-president of Mrs Mary Hensley as organist. 3225 OLD DIXIE FLORIDA HIGHWAY

does riot include this special the annual meeting of the on Wednesday.The traced a history of math educ'rf- the" Senior club, as a way of Soloists for the beautiful pre. ,, !_.. i. TITUSVILLE.
: feature. Florida State Society Daugh- women have been invitedto lion theories and pointed out that saying: "thank you" to the Sen scntation were Phyllis Custer,, jo ; :- ':)J h," ROSEBUSHES

ten of the American Colonists, attend the all-day meeting of modern math involved from the iors for sponsoring them a few Delores Nedimyer. June Carter .!t1 ,

: By popular request, the three held at Tampa last Thursdayand the convention of| the League of "meaning" theory which began years age.Refreshments and Johnny Marsh. Others in the :..b ,\. $139
one) -act plays will be spine- tingling t' STARTER
Friday, Mrs. Martha Women Voters at the Cherry about 1940. She explained the for the Ioth. thoir were Marge Threlkeld,
: ghost plays filled with one Whitaker of Titusville unanimously Eunice Locke Marsh, .' SPECIALI Each
was Plaza in Orlaadu on April 2. "place value" and "additive" ers" were served from i formal Peggy "
comical situation after another, elected state chap. Alice Masterson, James Norman,
farms of solving problems and table centered with an attract Peat Pots Flowers Plants Evergreens
: thrill and "tickle
guaranteed Theta OmkronChapter of flowers Duffy Hornbeck, Freddie,Paint Trees Vines Landscape
lain.Mrs. the distributive, commutative ive arrangement Spring
One of the
your funnybone" Whitaker is currently MeetsTheta and er, Norma Bourn, Bill Mueller, Phone 2672589IP
and associative laws which are with Mrs H.( C. Pierce
:. plays will be an original scriptby Paul Krone, Janice Hicks, Pauline WE DON'T HAVE IT, WE WILL GET ITI
regent of Pilgrim Chapter of Richard Van Horn pouring
two adult members of the Omifcron Chapter, Beta now taught in the early grades.A Mrs.
Marsh, John Marsh, Jack --- --------- -- --- ---- -----
DAC, one of nine chapters in the refreshmenttable -
group and never before produced Sigma Phi, met last Thursday question and answer period The "daughters"
'Phil Betts, Valeria
state evening in the name of Mrs {Mowed!;\ her talk at the hone} was decorated In an Easter Scruggs,

on stage.Directors Mrs. Sophia Scott accompanied Dave Mason Mrs. K, '1'. Me- of Mrs Ned Rust, with Mrs, motif and was centered with a Hornbeck, Neal Glenn, Woo Hee NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP .

for these plays are Mrs. Whitaker as a delegateof Neely! and Mrs. Willie Eisner, Sam Beddtngfield as co-hostess, mother hen (in her Easter bon Lee, Karen Phillips, Louise Mac Augies ENCHANTED MIRROR

currently looking for a building Pilgrim chapter. She (is program chairmen for the evening which proceeded by a board. net) and baby chicks. Punch CallisUr and Sally Webster. Big Apple PlaIa .;
to produce them so performancedates Rev Ed Norman narrated.We .
currently serving as chairman of introduced Mrs. Jean meeting. was served from a large bowl \
can be scheduled If any. Now Under the Owntrthip of
patriotic education for the chap- Swid inskl, Titusvjllo Librarian, The branch voted to support set in a green nest surrounded FAYE PARNELL. Mgr.-Owner
one knows of such a building,
hear Mask and Hammer
ter. who gave an. interesting talk on the Becker Amendment at' r with multicolored candy eggs .,
please phone 2673994. by Mrs. Roberts Mrs. John H. Player's production, "Death Of FEATURING'
the many facets oi the library, ronunended! by Mrs. Joseph 4Condes. -
The musical production scheduled P.E.O. Members At Highlight of the evening. was Area Representative for Jones and Mrs G, H. Hooks. a Salesman" was a smash hit, HAZEL LOGGINS and NAOMI PARMER

for this summer will re Luncheon In Orlando the yearly electioa of officers. Education. This amendment.\ This very successful afternoon with outstanding) performancesby Senior Operators
quire several teenagers for lead her was planned by the JWC Com Al Elmore as Willy Loman,
Mrs. Mason was chosen by state '". part that "nothing ip DIal AM 7-230 For Early and Late Appointment
:: ing roles as well as numerous Chapter'Z of P.E.O. met at the sorority sisters to serve as president this Constitution shall be deemed munity Affairs Dept. and Home Reggie Pelham as Biff, Marc Fee The Working GirlPLACE
-. children of all for home of Mrs. Henry Goethe Hepburn as Happy and Betty
ages important for the coming year, Mrs. to prohibit the offering,, reading Life Dept.Enjoyed
: I parts, dancers and members of Thursday evening with the new L. Robinson was elected vice : from, or listening to prayer Kidd as Linda. The play is done I

the chorus. Members of the president, Mrs A. Max Brewer president; Mrs. McNeely, recordirg or biblical scriptures, if participation with many flashbacks which re
.. I organization will have first presiding. quires expert timing and lightIng -
opportunity secretary: Mrs. Bill Gea. therein is on a voluntary chatting with Mrs.
: r for all plays produced!! Mrs. Herman Wattwood Sr gan. corresponding secretary: ; basis, in any governmental or P. F. Rugger at the afternoontea. techniques. This, we hear, YOUR

.. at any time and all youngsters was in charge of the program. Ian! Bob Keel, treasurer; Mrs. public school institution, or Mrs. Rugger is the very was also excellently done. Wanda
: \ who like to dance, act or She gave a splendid talk on the Wyckoff directed the play.
sing Mrs, William Sheeman extension place." charming Mother of Mrs. Wil-
... ideals and aspirations of P.E.O. ?5it
III even work behind the scenes of Nine members of Chapter Z attended cfticer; Mrs, Harold fuller Mrs William Clark. Mrs. hstp; UWHuffman) and EASTER ORDERS
: a play are urged to Join now the winter The Miniature First Nighters
the C ntral Florida reciprocity civil defense] Mrs, Jerry Horn, Charles Bates and Mrs. Curtis spends here each
: and, plan for an enjoyable fun- and JSht theatre group for "young actors r
k meeting!: In Orlando Friday city council representative; Wherry reported on the area? year:f. "hails from having NOW !
filled in little theatre and actresses" Is looking for a
M. ;noon at tbe'Mt. Vernon Motor Mrs. Donald L. Taylor alternate workshop which they attended rl.'warid' has been a

..... Lodge at which time Mrs. H. H city council representative, in Melbourne last month. wonderful time with her three building, centrally located, for

.. Hudson was elected president .of Mrs. Sleeman, service chair Mr*. Dates, program chairman grandsons- Jimmy, Tommy and the plays production scheduled of for three the one-act near FLOWERS BY WIRE! I

: the Central Florida group. man, repotted on) the Cancer announced( topics formulated Bobby.
Now have future. If organizatioin or
we any
Attending were Mrs. Beta
Brewer Drive which the four area
the committeeas
.:.. the finest Mrl. Tom Henderson, Mrs. Henry Sigma Phi Chapters have chosen emerging program Issues of impor That long Easter Holiday is anyone knows of such a build ,, "When You Want the Best ."
precision quality Goethe, Mrs J J. 'Farrish Jr., as their yearly service project, Ing please phone "yours truly"at
tance. These Issues will be coming this weekend. No
stainless steel Mrs. S. A. Faulk Mrs. H. H up 26'7.3994.The .
Mrs. Paul Demote) president,
submitted to the Association Pro school for _
Thursday or Friday
blade. Hudson, Mrs. Jessie Peppers, administered the Pledge Ritualto \ Flowers Fran
: Mrs. George Morgan and Mrs. gram Development Committee public school children. But the C.I.! Stewart Jr family by
Mrs. Sam Barr, who was presented -
: A. K. Schenck.: to be considered, along with teachers aren't so lucky, they cf 215 Shady Oaks Drive South
her and the traditional
pin those from other branches, as will be attending a work day have a new travel trailer and
Mrs. W. D Wilson and Mr a AM 7-2135
ft yellow rose. She also received 2119 GARDEN -
rllllJ' W E. Ziegler attended from program topics to be studied by Thursday and will start their few weeks ago took an initial trip
two silver as gift ,
AAUW branches for the 1963- short ------------- ----- -
I Chapter BT of Titusville. Mrs holiday on Friday.
.. from the Chapter to her new .
67 biennium
Pearl Ziegler of Duluth, Minn/ twin daughters.It .
was a guest., Mrs James; Land announced) Fifteen members ot
Limited supply.FULMER'S was announced that the that the Creativo Writing Study' young OPEN MONDAY
would hold bake sale in Good Shepherd Lutheran INDIAN RIVER
Miriam CircleThe group a Group will hold its next meeting Church were confirmed at the< THRU
front of Publlx Market
Miriam Circle of First on Monday, April 13, 3:30 p.m., at 10.30 am. service yesterday by 7 SATURDAYDAYS
.. DRUGS 3rd as a Ways and Means pro. SAM 9PM
Presbyterian/ Church will meet the home of Mrs. J. C. Talley, Rev Arnold F. Claus, pastor ot -

Garden Pharmacy Wednesday, !March 23. at 7:30p : ject. 1422 Sun Terrace. She also! the church. The confirmationother Rexall -
Tltusvllle. Fla. .m. at the home of Mrs Helen Following then business meet announced that a study group in 7 DRUGSINDIAN SUNDAYNITES

; Kyser, 1220 Riverside Drive. ing, refreshments were served by music will! begin April 9, 8 p.m.. 9AM-6PM
--_._ ------- Mrs. Mason and Mrs L. Andrew at her home, 1706 Smith Dr.; arrangements to be made> RIVER PLAZA RT. 50 I. R. C,
Young and a group will meet for the by Mrs. Ben Storey. Time and

I In Titusville it's. Women Study of art at the home of Mrs. place will be announced at a

Charles Rhodes, 172 Park Lane later date.

1 Flowers Of Meet Wednesday Thursday. April 'i!, 8 p.m. Members Guests attending were Mrs. 7iM Hlf

The North Brevard women's Interested in these study J. D. Brown, Mrs. J. O Matheny

Republican Club will meet at groups who arc unable to attend and Mrs. Don Nelson. Members .

DistinctionDOWNTOWN 1:30: p.m. Wednesday. March 25, the organizational meetings en present were Mrs. Bates,
at the home of Mrs. Hugh de the scheduled dates are requested
!Mrs Beddingfield, Mrs. Clark,
: TITUSVILLE Deugd 2909 Gardenia Street t in to contact Mrs. Lantz priorto Mrs. Thomas W Jetton, Mrs.

Gardendale subdivision. All the meetings Lantz, Mrs.Lewis E. Nail Mrs
AM 7-2379 women interested In the two. Mrs Talley announced that
Mrs Rhodes
George Philyaw ,
"WE WIRE FLOWERS" party system for Florida are invited the Science Study Group, study- Mrs Sylvester Rose, Mrs. Rust, March 26 From 12 Noon Until 3 P. M.

tq attend.To ing "Man and His Environment Mrs. Tally and Mrs. Wherry

reach Mrs. deDeugd's will hold its next meeting at her

home, turn right on Tern St. home Wednesday, March 23, at HAIR STYLES DONE BY

oft of Garden to Gardenia, the 10 a.m. '

; second house on the left. The April meeting of AAUW STARLIGHTSKATING. r

LA NEICE The club is affiliated with the will be a dinner for member Ray nl Oil, A

Florida Federation of Republican husbands and other guests. Mr <

Women. Bates will plan the progra


: "
MISS GERDA BERKOWITZ. COSMOTOLOGIST Will demonstrate hair care sad
Coloring, Make Up Art and Treatment of skin problems


Mrs Gall Rollins) Mrs. Barbara La Gasse

Mba Berkovrlti will b. available (for consultation from March 26 until March 23. *



THE North on U. S.1 1

Across from Fred Bell's


Mon. Thru Sat., Mar. 23-28 I FREE DOOR PRIZESIndian


Also Introducing Your New Hair Stylist TITUSVILLE FLORIDA I River Indian River
Fri. . 8-10 p.m. Drags Plaza

: Miss Dorothea of Orlando and Calif. Hours ByAppointment Sat. f. T.AC (tew March 26 12 Noon Until P.M.
$' Tel 267-5928 .)
2 Fcr Appointment Call 267-5500

Sat. eo. eo 8-10 p.m. .... % ..,/
: 216 Magnolia Are. Indian River City I


Monday, March JJ, 1164 TltuivllleFlorida( ) Star Adveeate Paiet en a fcturi trip from, CO TJ1a.

r dvenlure Civic Center Committee Hears were weekend visitors of Mr. I

Mims Area Happenings and Mrs. J. D. McLendon and I f you get any business ]

Outline Of Melbourne's Plans family.
float over the telephone -
Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Lashleyand 1

I The Civic Center Planning center. Students Visit Sanford ZooBy daughters have born enjoying you will get more busi-

Committee met Friday, March Several problems to be over a visit from Mrs Lashley's mother
By Capt. David A. Allen
"Fitting Out". Not Ad- 20 at the home of Jack Larks come were outlined by Brown Mrs Floyd Yarbrough, her ness when you use I IftJev.tep
really chairman, to hear Coigcr lie He stated that although a Mrs Gladys Me London Olanta Si last wick To keep cousins of Mr unit, Mrs Ernie grandmother, Mrs. J. S. King and
venture as such but certainly
Brownlie, head of the Civic Improvement desirable center will be multi AM 7-1248 him company A C bracken, Harris, who) have been visiting her aunt, Mrs Homer Keid all
necessary at this time of the I
Board of Melbourne, purpose in function, the type of Mrs. Deth's second year students Miss Lana Hutclicnson ami Don here, have returned to Alpena. from Alexander City, Alabama @1 6t4KC'-
season when we are anticipating:
present their plan for a civic activities that will take place and Mrs. Lockhart's first King; went with him and all en Michigan. where they have a
summer adventure. Undoubtedly must be necessarily limited He year students traveled by bus on toyed the trip very much summer resort on Lake Grand Mrs Truman Lyle's mother 10.1: : S \\'.i ,hm.-ton Ave.
many boaters are aware of Thursday to, the Sanford zoo
what should be done before the tank aboard, now Is the time to also pointed out the Importanceof They have been studying about -- --- !Mrs\ J., M. Yarbrough was a recent 2615530GOODY'S
boating flush and "awectin" it and if finding a location for the birds :Mr and Mrs Elmo Godscy Mr and Mrs Italph flocks visitor with the Lyle family
season begins. Thereare various and animals in
building that will facilitate adequate ----------------- -------------- --- -
those who are not consciou.of the water Is rusty or badly discolored school, soIf'r.. quite thrilled to ;; -- ... .
--- -- --- ------ -
being prepared so we would then ils time to replacethe parking. make. this trip to see! the live
like tank The Melbourne plans were animals and birds. The children,
to cover some of the
How is the galley stove? Does described as primarily a main
"mll ts" involved were amused by antics of the SENSATIONAL 3 DAY
In the case of outboard be it work? Remember alcoholis auditorium which seats about monkeys, birds and smaller anl

I. sure the "spare part kit" is in the only approved fuel unless 1500 and several smaller rooms, mats, although some were awed"
Butane Is used and in this casea which include a banquet room by the bears, lions and alligators
order! not tooUunusable
\ parts rusty or
certain Installation Is in that aceomodatcs 400 and two the the .
type After visiting Zoo children
Spare should include
shear pins parts, cotter pins, order. smaller meeting rooms which were taken to the Sanford SALE OF NEW EASTER SHOESMONDAY

spark plugs, extra propeller and Are your charts up to date seat: about 125 each. Park where they ate lunch and
Same applies to Tide Tables and The auditorium has complete had a delightful time playing on
cap a point-condenser set, pliers
and Corrected Light List, if you use theatrical staging and removable the old fire truck and other equipment '
a driver
screw perhapssome the latter. They all change scats which can be store J on the pi.i>'grounds: .
and in addition
tape certainly,
periodically including the Aidsto under the stage. The entire
a first aid kit'!
Navigation. building is covered by an acoustically Pmonels SPECIAL PURCHASE
type motorboats should
Required equipment includes: treated ceiling. Mr. and Mrs! I II) I.. Johnson
have a parts-repair kit
spare Boats under 16' must containone Following this presentation from Auburnclali were'I itur* TUESDAY
aboard and parts replaced soon approved life cushion for the committee discussed Titus Friday night with, Mr. and, Mrs(
after BOY'S and GIRL'S
they are used each passenger; one oar or pad villo immediate needs for a A. C. Bracken and<1 family Mr(

Check gas tanks for condition, die; and one anchor and line of civic center and the criteria for Johnson and Mrs Bracken ate WEDNESDAY
be sure they are filled and free brother and sister $ "
and such a structure.
appropriate size length.
of water (caused by condensationin DRESS SHOES f
Jack Larks announced that
Boats: under 26' same as
partly filled tanks). Check above except for oar or paddle, the committee has reached a Mr\ and Mrs loc Southern of From 9 to 9

fuel lines, filter bowl, making including one underwriter approved point at which it is necessary to Marietta Georgia) were recent Not All Slsos Limited' Group Onlyl

certain there are no leaks, fire extinguisher in good, select a site and an architect. visitors with their daughter and
cracks in the lines. .
in law, Mr. and Mrs
serviceable condition and one Interviews of local firms will be son Jqe
Look the boat over carefully, mouth or power operated horn or held at a meeting of the Plan Ruddell and! their grandchildren?, SPRING AND EASTERHEELS
searching: for splits or cracks in Patti and Cheryl.
whistle ning Committee Wednesday, ,
capable of
producing a
the wood, and the
open teams blast of two ((2) seconds duration March 23, at 7.30: p.m.
like. Do the same with fiber. Kenneth Bracken delivered a
glass boats since they too split and audible for a distance of boat for Correct Craft Marina t 16 A GIRLS
and crack in time. See that any one half (S4)) mile. Voter Push ByMen's
Boats under 40' same as
defects are corrected starting I.
above One North Brevard .
including two approvedfire
not when its too late.
Several Nationally Sold 3.W-4.M
How are your lines and other extinguishers or one Club HereThe Firm Gets Charter ,

ground tackle including anchor fire system" (automatic type) Twenty business inns in Tl Patfina S Styles To

line, mooring lines, etc.7 Fray and a bell, producing clear boll Esquire Men's club is initiating tusville received corporation
ing and indicates like tones In addition all In. house to house voters' Choose
discoloring a charters from Secretary of by du Pont $299
wear and deterioration Don't must be equipped with registration drive in the Titus- State Tom Adams during the From I

take a chance on possibly poor two ((2)) ventilators capable of ville Negro District Monday, past week.
lines removing gas fumes from the March 23rd.
of the is In North
Only one
Check wiring and lights, makIng bilge of boats unless the bilges Club president, Charles S. Brevard Nevins Fruit Co. of Tl
not decked
certain that everything is in are over, allowing Gordon said, "This Is not apolitical tusville! obtained a charter

proper working order. Look for natural ventilation, and one (one) drive Just interested authorizing 2.000 shares of rom 4t'h
flame !
arrester on each carburetor .
electrolysis and or corrosion citizens endeavoring to deter
stock at share r
mall ; per
(vertlgrec) in wire terminalsand prevent backfire, except mine the number of people eligible The charter was filed March 16
connections. If corrosion on engines Installed before November to register and offering'
The firm deals in citrus bust
exists use a wire brush or steel 19, 1952.Recommended transportation for those desiringto ness Incorporators ale J. J. High Hoolsl

wool and clean up the area and equipment Includes register
Parrish Jr., Bernard Parrish and Mid Hool.ll
replace terminals and wire ends : a compass, flashlight, "We are asking all other organizations Pauline P. Bryan.

when necessary De sure battery bilge pump, water and food for and interested individuals -- --- Utile Heolsl

terminals are tiht, and to avoid emergencies (rust proof containers to assist in this drive.

I acid reaction on terminals, ),, extra line of adequate size The city has been divided up White Patent Black Patent /

smear some heavy grease over and length as well as tools, into sections to assure better "

them. This prevents corrosion spare parts, flare kit, local charts coverage." Homes.that Nud Patent! Rod Patent ( /
and s') on The Coast Guard .
Might also make sure the bat Gordon stated that when the Others ,

ter) is la good condition, proper. Auxiliary requires a' flare kit Information was compiled it cost 20% (* Black Patentf
aboard la order to for
ly charged: would be available to anyone All White Patent!
See that the fire extinguisheris their "decal" (Courtesy Inspect desiring the same Sizes Narrow Medium _
ion). to heatin Red PatentlWOMEN'S !
in working order and filled. -- less
In determining length of an- line is also recommendedIf .
On the dry powder type, the
pressure tells the chor line, a good ratio to use is you keep your boat in saltwater ...
guage story winterand
S 9 This means that If the water now is the time to have
and CO 2 is checked out by
is ten feet her hauled and have the but fc TEEN'SNEW
deep where you'll be
weighing, checking the weight
with that described on the label. booting you should not have less tom painted to prevent marine cool

Remember Carbon Tetrach- than 50' of line If the water Is2D' growth before the "rush" BOYS EASTER

loride or Pyrene type is outlaw. deep: in minimum of 100' is starts! in
eel!' necessary A spare anchor and A copy of Florida Boating Regulations summer.Come .

J. Check the bilge pump if you THE PET SHOP government, also forms the for a necessary Ship to
have' one, make it -
sure operates. -
:'If Shore Radiotelephone Station see these new Easter Shoes FLATS
If elcctiic, don't run for more "EwerytMng For Your Pot
License and a Restricted Opera .
than a second or two as the Im- Fancy Cellars Leashes Toy tor's License be secured exciting "Portsof
peller might be damaged due to may the Sun" Homesat
Budge, Flm, ruppies' Supplies from Correct Craft at the Yacht
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the fee for a Station License is 4 miles south of .
I If you have a fresh water
THE FLORIDA SHAVER now $JO.OO end for the Opera Melbourne on I.S.I. $299

SERVICE tor's License $2 00 payable to j '

FOR FURNISHING EVERY HOUSE NEEDMATHER'S 411 Makes EUctrlc Shaver Service the Federal' Communications 1 OPEN DAILY 9 AM-9PM t. ,. '"
I Factory-Trained Personnel Commission\ ( .. $299
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Pa.4 mmllU___ (Plorldi_ ) 3 Atfvoestcj --- Monday March M, NM 41 IN'DICI4L TIlE nnrtiT TIKI I'IT'Ot'ItT OF )Ll vivrn>KM> 4IN

5 \VI> lOft IIHEV.MlTl Tot N'tVIN
riltNCrlM: Nil ". MI>KT MOJ: r'OIIIH'I,I>M<'R1CFIKST

I Dummift Tied To T'ville LOAN MYRNA ASSOCIATION, etc, '.v.I. .' Of Plaintiff NEW:

History R. KELLY and VJlR'IlA.: RUTH

KELLY, his wife, et al.Defendants.NOTICK .

OF Ml I I'f
TODR: B *.. DANIFL.: Whose
-,--- residence and poet offlca address
---- -
la Vl.lsllu. aenrgls.
PTA Makes Final Plans that a complaint to foreclose certain
Coquina mortgage Verna SOuth made Kelly bv 1.his It. Kellyand wife

to First federsl Savings ami Loan.
Interested In Association of New Bmyrna, encumbering .
I For Big Kid's Day Next MondayThe the following denarlbed. prop
erty In Brevard County Florida, to-

Its PreservationOne Coquina Elementary the childreni amusement. A I the'sw >Ibl, of Southeast the SW 'corner, of CCc.of'
merchants throughout tion S. To,,'n-blp :21 South Range
School PTA under the chair number of 35 East; thence North along the
of the reasons for the Interest i manship of Kenneth Stuckey, Is the Titusville area have purchased rant:, line of laid Forty a dlitance .
of 470 feel for the
In preserving the Dummitt In the final planning stage for tickets for these rides I BEGINNING: thence con

Castle, or more correctly the the "Kids Day Circus". This for distribution to their custom tlnue. North along said Forty
line 78 feet thence West parallel'
Villa di Castellucrio, and estab- show on March 30, from 3 ao 9! ers A large number have been to, the South line of said Forty

lishing it In Titusville Is because pm at the Indian River Plaza, distributed to needy children I to lou, )the feet East:" thence line of South aald Forty parallel a

Iti history is directly tied to the promises to be a thrilling time through all the elementary I distance of 75 t..tl. ) thence Kant

history of Titusville and North for nil The circus show includes] schools In the area. a to part the of point the of PW! beginning L, ot the SW balng.k.

Brevard. exciting high acts by aerialists, The PTA will operate a number of Section I. Township 21 "'South
Range IS East
The Duchess of Castcllucclo as : a trampoline artist, a high div. of concessions under the and other lands, hat been. filed In
reported In "Florida's GoldenSands" L this Court against you ant you are
ing dog, and numerous animal chairmanship of Mr and Mrs. hereby required to file your answer
A. J. and Kathryn
by nc'.s: The famous elephant McCoskey including the hot dog or other I.fo"lt 10 said suit In the
Hanna in an article] written for office of the Clerk of the Circuit
"Jewel" America's largest stand, cold drinks and coffee Court of Urevard County Florida.
the Titusville Florida Star Is featured with her rendition of a cake walk, and handmade on or before the 24 day of April
A.D. 14, and
April 20, 1881, said: to serve a copy thereWlnaon
DAMAGE TO VILLA Some of the damage to the Dum- ettes around. There is much controversy of the building the twist. All the circus acts items. And of course no circusis of on the plalntlfr' a attorney C.
After of the most romantic Smith Post Office| BOle
one Jacksonville by mitt Castle is shown above. Most of the damage is due lately, with plans formulated and attempts made to relocate are free to everyone. complete without peanuts, 900 N. Dixie Freeway New Smyrna 427.
trips from to vandals throwing rocks at and kicking out windows. the building or restore it where it stands. S-A this Beach Horlcls. If you fall to do so.
the St. Johns River through a -( A number oi miniature rides, popcorn and snow cones Judgment by default will be. t.ken.Ialo.t
': One screen door hag been damaged and there is evidence Photo). you for the relief. sought In
haln of beautiful lakes, borderedby pony rides elephant train and a should be a real 'Funday" for the .omplalnt.
inside of matches and
people carelessly throwing cigar-
towering palmetto trees 'mid Safari: will be an added treat for 'oung and old alike. of WITNESS.Id Court; my at hand Tituovilie and the. seal the

:alI the semi-tropical plants found County Seat of Brevard County
'in the world, we found ourselves Florida this 20 day of March A.D.1M4 .

landed at Salt Lake, and a comiortable CURTIS R. BARNES Clerk of

wagon provided to con- New Zoning Law-Will Affect ManyWhat the Brevard Circuit County Court Florida.By In
:vey us through a fine forest, with : Bertie Hall
Deputv Cleric
the air fragrant with the exhalations (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
of the sweet breathing C. WINSTON SMITH P. O. Pox. 427
-pines to Titusville on the Indian is a zoning ordinance? major portions of the proposed itself: "These regulations are blight and the deterioration of B. Regional Thoroughfare St. from Singleton] to Highland; I BOO Peach N. Dixie Florida.Freeway New. Hrnyrnn

: River, where we found How will such an ordinance at. zoning ordinance, which is one prepared and designed to lessen property by regulating the SO feet Carpenter Road; Main St from Highland to the Attorney for Plaintiff

grateful rest at the Titus House, fect residents of Titusville?!' phase of a comprehensive community congestion In the streets to height number of stories and Singleton] Avenue from north Indian River; South St. from Mar 23. 30 Apr. 6, 13 (Mon) 19A4.

'a first class house In every respect What are the provisions of the plan designed to guide ; other structures, the percentageof city limit to S.R. 405; Old Dixie Singleton to New SR 405: ; Dum.

and for luxuries of wild proposed ordinance, on which the future of Titusville. secure safety from fire panic)!! lots that may be occupied the Highway from north city limitto mitt Ave. from Main to Union;

game, fish, oysters, neatness, the city council will hold a pub Purpose of the new ordinanceis and other dangers; to provide size of yards, courts, and other Airport Road; Baker Avenue First Ave. from Seminole to

order, and kind attention of the lic hearing March 30?!' to promote the health safety, for adequate light and air; to open) spaces the density of population and Greenwood Street In Whispering Maxwell; County Club Boule-

'proprietor cannot be surpassed The Star-Advocate will 'attempt morals and general welfare of prevent the overcrowding of the location and use of Hills; King Avenue from card and Golf Club Dr. from Old

.". !in a series of articles during the people of Titusville. land; and to avoid concentrationof buildings, structures, land and Fairlane Drive to Dcleon Avenue SR 405 to FEC Railroad; Semin-

According to the Hannas, the this week to deal with the According; to the ordinance population; and to prevent water for trade industry, re ; Forest Street from Indian ole from FEC Railroad to US 1;

Duke and Duchess the title of sidence, and other purposes River to west line of Gibson Royal Oak Drive Dr. from Parker

whom was "void of legitamacy", establishing setback lines pro- School; to Harrison; Indian River

began to have their troubles and Pre-Easter Week Services Tiding for transportation public Noiwood Avenue from U. S. Ave. from US I West to Deleon;

'that bit of paradise on the Indian utilities, schools, parks and 1 to Jones Street; Park Avenue Sun Valby Boulevard from Indian

River was overcast with dark other public requirements from Old Dixie to Barna Ave.; River Ave. East to south

:clouds of dissention One phase of the new ordinance Old S.R. 405 from Barna Ave. city limits; Pine Lane from -e-
In nearby Titusville, that affects homeoWners Parker to south limits HI- .
many south to New SR. 405; Deleon ;
umors were afloat that happiness At Noon or all motorists, is that Ave. from U.S. 1 to South city biscus from Highway 50 to

at Dummitt Grove was no Underway Today one dealing with minimum set limit; Harrison Street from Old Parker; Barna Ave. from Parkto \
that the Duke Insisted on
backs from the centerline of all SR 405 to US 1; Parker Ave. Indian River Ave.
his entire time huntingand
streets from U. S. 1 to Deleon; Hopkins 0, All other strict 25 Itot. 2tOGILVIE
fishing, while his American
Required yares and setback Ave. and Ave. from Lfit'r:4.
Duchess was concerned only with The North Brevard Ministerial be rendered by First Church of Church. Rev, Roy Forward of Magnolia
lines abutting a street are measured Seminole to :
50 Nor
the entertainment of visiting potentates Association is sponsoring a seriesof the Nazarene. Christian and Missionary Alliance Highway ; IN Tilt: clues IT 'OI"RT Of Tilt:
from a line parallel to the wood Ave. from Jones St. to MVTH I.KIVI. lUStIlY INAM
and pseudo-potentates Presiding Rev
; 'worship services this week Tuesday Church will bring the message -
centerline of the street rights- Deleon.C I> t.OIl SKItS: ,till COt ST\, 07
anti that finally some semblanceof ] March 23.27. from 12:10: to 12:45: Claude Tejan of Trinity Lutheran "The Cyrenian: The En tlOHIIIl I !
agreement was reached by the daily at the First Methodist listed." The Scripture will be of-wayaftd distance' from thecenterllnr Local' Thoroughfares IN JEROME('H4\tKR\I. BORNgTt.IV>(s. nnll: and '

construction: of a partition that Church Titusville. taken from Matthew 21:23-32.: of the street rights- 40 feet Old Dixie from Air ROBERT J. BIDHOP, aa Tru.I.... SHADES .J

divided their villa In two equal "Personalities About the Youth Severely, The Christian and Missionary Alliance offwjy as follows: port Road to Park Ave.; Jorjes) va. Plaintiffs.

apartments; one for each of the Cross" Is the theme for these Church will provide special A, Highways St. from Park to Deleon; Tropic KB.1TH.: L. HURLBURT and OF > ,

disagreeing pair. In time, they Pre.Easter services, with daily music. 40( feet Washington Avenue THELMA A. }HVRLBL'RT his. wife.Defendaotn.. .. \ ..

took leave of the Indian River schedules as follows: Bitten By DogA from Garden to Seminole St.; NOTICR: Ot' linT rirRK'llNoriCr: : 0.I.t; p _
Wednesday Presiding Rev. TO: EVELYN MARY AN : YOUTH
and Dummitt Grove came Hopkins Avenue from Gardento and _
--- ANDERSON her
Monday Presiding, Rev. E. Kyle Bryan Church of God that under a Foreclosure
the possession of less temper- Brevard Street. unknown husbsnd.. and all of anil Bale entered w.h'.f: of the
W. Norman of First Methodist Mims.\ Rev. Joseph Boatwright of the unknown heirs at law of Circuit. Court of the Ninth Judicial' Not a dye, not a rinse.but
mental owners Church Titusville. Rev. Thomas six-year old boy', Michael the First Baptist Church of Mims 60( feet Garden Street from lfc.ROY: U.NUTSON. deceased Circuit. In and for llrevard County, a natural looking lasting color,
If ,
But this "villa" and the allvt and If dead. the un- Florida on the 19 day of
surrounding March
Ream of First Church of the Nazarene Franklin Hill, of 1307 June will bring the message, "John Washington Avenue to South Own heirs, legatee.. deviieea, A. D 19*>4. 5"saver tai ocaue between treatment you can shampoo
grove had a great impact will bring the Night Street, was severely bit- and Devotion." Lake; State Road 405 (South fianteea. creditor. ....cce..ou.Lru.t.e. JEROME J. BORNSTEIV: Into your hair.Does more thar
Scripture reading
Florida, and the history message aslgnees or other and ROBERT J. BISHOP, aa Trustees just revive the hair color
upon !"Why Were They There?" The ten by a dog Saturday at 11:45: will be from Matthew 26:15; 14- Street) from the Ir.dIan River to claimants .under any of the. Plaintiffs. and KEITH 1,. ..conditionswith ,
of Titusville Is directly tied above specifically Identified nature gave you.
to this little know part of Amer. Scripture wil be taken from Matthew a.m. near his home. 16. The First Baptist Church of Highway 50; Highway 60 fromU. Defendant; and all parties HURLBIRT AND his wit THELMA,. a. Defendants A.. vital oils to bring back'

lean History. 211222.: Special music will Henry Saldano] City Investigator !- Mimi will be In charge of the S. 1 to west city limits. any having right or title claiming or Interest to hays In I will. being sell at In public Ch Inner auction y No.. to 27738 the shine, and (gives hair body.

reported that the boy was special music. or to the followlnl d..crlbedprop..rty hlfheit bidder far cash at the East And the color lasts through!)
R. C, Brady, president of the Titusvill (Florida) Star-Advocat situated In. Brevard door of the Courthouse In the City six shampoos! In 13 fashion
Indian River Citrus bitten on the arms and aroundthe Thursday Presiding Rev. County, Florida to wit: of Tltusvllle, Brevard County Flor "
League ,
The 2 $2.
COUNCILContinued SWVi of the NEV ot Sec.tlon shades applications,
11 ida on the 10lk) day of April A.D. '
head. -
which has set up a committee to were puncture Lloyd Mullis\ of First Methodist 10 Township 23 South 1904 .t the hour of 12:00: Noon
I- r.tabllshed lnmPublished Range 36 bait Brevard To beautify all' shidei of fray
and several other County .
certain land situate In Brevard
make proposals to NASA for restoration Church of Mims Rev. Joseph Florida. County hair" try new Cgllvla Glirnorlz1Gray I .
Florida described
of the old castle, said ( From Page 1)) scratches and cuts. Daniel Church of God, Titusville, .oI___.Q44, Mondays, TAKE: NOTICE thai a suit has spa a Orlando Avenue.. aa Cocoa: A conditioning' Hair color
'V..dn..y.8&' 1"rldaysStar. been filed against you In the Circuit Beach, otherwise. described rlnw' It lakes away any runt''' of
this morning that the committee will bring the message, "A Thief ... By Tltusvllle Court for the Ninth Judicial
a shopping center. Dr. Glen] Young verified that Cio Advocate, InQ.o. Lot 2. Block 26-A. Parsons Addition yellow or drabne..giveS Stair
would begin to work to come and Repentance. The Scripturewill := Ie: Circuit of the male of f'lor"la. In to Cocoa Bench according .last' for w..k. An
up Second reading on a re zoning the dog had been given rabies 6' At The IItar-Ad vocat.'M' and for Brevard County wherein to the plat thereof body. '
aa recorded
with some suggestions that would be taken from Matthew 26: C' Building DEL VECCHIO QUALITY }50M1 $' assy-to-apply gtl In Holly graytone
Frank B. Wise et In Plat Book 11. Public ,
request 67.
by shots and that they were still in rl016 81 Main Stre..tTltu.vllle. INC. Is the plaintiff and EVELYN pate *, 2 application,$2.
be agreeable to NASA. 36-46; 57-8. Special music will be Fla. Records .Gf Brevtu-d County,
property on effect. However, the dog did el al. are de- Florida
Brady said that moving the old nue from RU-1 to R-3 to permit rendered by the Church of God 3271k111r.'IRtHI fendants. being Chancery Cai. No. Dated thIs'" IS day of March, AD. DOROTHY GRAY'CULTIVATE
not have a city dog license.So :37K36 The nature of this sun li a 3064.
house to Titusville and set It up as conversion of single family Titusville. .1..ld. I'rr,. A..o.lat..n suit. lo quiet title on the above described COURT RFALV
a museum or the like for the dwellings to multiple] .family far this year there have Friday Presiding Rev. Char. real estate CURTIS R. BARNES. Clerkof
EACH OF YOU 13 REQUIRED the) Circuit Court
Henry H.
Hudson. FreeMrs
edification of the Indian River dwellings. been 12 dog bite cases reportedand les Bates, First Presbyterian Haiel. S Hudson V-P. to file your answer and written de.- By. Bertie HailDpuiy
Citrus industry was fine "but Church. Dr. W. S. Hardm of Robert H. Hudson Decy-Treas fon... to the Complaint with the Clerk
action second these have been
Report on on four Clerk of the Circuit Court of I3rl. BISHOP BORNSTEINM
you can't dig up a couple of trees reading of a re-zoning request by classified as serious. First Baptist Church of Titusville simcond-Class pottage paid at Titus-. yard County. lorlda.. In this proceeding E. Pine Street
and them house will bring the at this VOle. Florida. and t onerve a coDy thereofupon Orlando, FloridaMar
put around the
Moses J. Grundwerg for propertyon message U,. plaintiff attorneys, whose 23: (Men) 1964
and have a sign saying. 'this Is Heritage Drive in Whispering Saldano said that if a personis Good Friday service on, "Christ :IIntl..nltl! Ediiuritai: Auiulalloa. ) names and address are hereinafter --

part of the historic Dummitt Hills from R.1 to R-3 to permit bitten by a dog he should be The Redeemer." Scripture will be Henry H. Hudson Publl.h..r set later forth than aa the required 23rd day by law of April.not I

Grove'. What we want to do Is to Action withheldfor taken to a hospital immediatelyfor taken from Luke 23:33-46.: The Robert H Hudson Editor 1964.
apartments. was David Dunn Advertising Mir WITNESS my hand and the of YOUR
preserve the landmark, the entire 80 days pending submission of treatment and that it shouldbe First Baptist Church, Titusville, William O Lyerly. Circulation. Mgr. tIdal seal of ..id Court In Tltuivllle. I MONEY CROPIf

grove, and the house too, If possible plans for a building permit. The reported to the health depart will be in charge of the special Subscription Rates day Brevard of March County.1984 Florida this 201 h

00-day period was up Sunday and ment or the police so that the music. CURTIS R. BARNES

"NASA has promised the lea no building permit has yet been dog may be caught. The main Rev. Dean Torrence, First Baptist : 1 Tr.B 1780 Carrier. s Ma In North S400 -Brevard 3 Mo. I ..OOBy Clerk By V.of ft the gpangler Circuit DC.Court you'd lute to make

gue they would do all they could obtained. thing Is that the dog is caught Church, will be Director of (COURT MEAL)
\ ROWLAND the ai'
1\01,11 In florida AND PETRt'SKA your money grow,
to protect the plantation until Report by Charles Black, consulting and, by all means, should not be !Music\ for these services and Mrs. Tr. '0.50 e )10. 3.80 3 Mo. 12.00 33 East Robinson Street .
such time as a definite decision is H. E. Peele of First Methodist Attorneys For Plaintiff bait way Is I to, plant '
] engineer, on cost Inform- killed. O..to.hFiorld.. Orlando. Florida
made for the disposition of the ation regarding extension of the Church, will be Organist. Tr. ".110 e )10. suo 3 .10. S2.I50 Mar. 23. 30. Apr. C. 13 (Won) 1904 It hero often, with de. I
landmark by the league."' An Offering Plate is placed on I I
According to Brady, Jimmy sewer outfall line 730 feet into the Maxwell To Open the table near the entrance of posits 'In Saving*
Indian River if a proposed yacht
Oxford, county agricultural Office the Church. Money placed there Account.
basin constructed Rodney
agent, and a member of the lea will be used In the work of the, Skillet
Thompson east of the
present city
gue's committee, Is working on a Maxwell, county tax assessor North Brevard Ministerial Assoc. I
plan for the fencing of the prop. sewage disposal plant. of iation. INTERESTPAID
said today that his
Report on the ownership of
erty to help protect it from van
fice will remain open next Saturday
dalism. He wants to make It a the Hood Avenue drainage ditch. ON TIME
Mar. 28th from 8:30: to
First reading of a re zoning ,
4 H club project for the county'sclubs. Community
request by Bernard Hersch for noon for the convenience of a

Members of the league's committee land on Harrison Street extension large number of home owners 1 SAVINGSACCOUNTS

are: County Commission from GU to C-l and B.1 to permit who are employed and who have CalendarThe Special For Tuesday

er Gus Fault] ; M. R. Buckalew, service station and shopping cen not as yet filed for homestead .
ter. exemption. This should be done
executive vicepresident of the
Citrus League; John D'Albora, First reading of a re-zoning before April 1st. Community Calendar, GRILLEDGROUND I 3/2! % Interest

member of the league; Oxford; request erty known by Clyde Cowlin for prop. "Maxwell's offices in Cocoa and which each Friday Is scheduled in the to Star-Advo appear I Paid On Regular
and Mrs. Ike Rlgell. president of as Whispering Pines ROUND /
Melbourne will likewise be open cate inavertently omitted
Titusville Garden Club. Trailer Park from county classification was Z
to R-3A to allow trailers. during the same hours. last wwk 4' Savings Accounts

HAPPYBIRTHDAY First reading on a re.zoning It will appear regularly on STEAK

request by R. L. Hawk for prop. E.Y.C. 'Car Wash Friday in the future.
erty on Williams Avenue from Remainder of the calendar for --- Your Financial Partner In ProgressO :

Tu.tdar> March 24 RU-I to R-2 to permit construction Saturday, March 28 this week li as follows: I It

Joe Hiram Adklson of a rental unit on the prop The main topic of discussion: at Monday, March 23 75C Not The Oldest t

Earnestine EllisW.dn.aday erty.* the E.YC. meeting Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Titusville and Cocoa Not Th. .
March IS reading on a re-zoning March 22. was the 'Car Wash'the coin clubs IRC Civic Center, Largest $ ;
request by Tom Yoder for prop door prizes.
Hutcheson of St. Gabriel'sEpiscopal But The BEST1
Leon erty vast of Bon Air Subdivision young people Tuesday March 24 Onions. French Frits.Lottuct ,
Elsie Hickman Steel.1.In. from R-1A to R.3 to allow Church are having ,
apart J-:U a m. IRC Home Demonstra Sc Tomato.
\ Ralph Eaves Saturday, March 28. tion IRC Civic Center
Charles Alvin Hilton Jr. ments.First reading on a re-zoning All proceeds will go to send welcome. Battered Bolt National Bank

Mr. Mary I* Kassee request by C. L. Remington for delegates to the Church Convention 7:30: p.m. Landscape School, First

Frank C. Clark property south of South Street, in April and May Whispering Hills Cafeteria. ST HONDA

Lynn Frances Tempest between Deleon and Park from Starting at the Church at Wtdrwtdar. March 25 'W''r..G; ANT CO.-; 11TUSVIUE. !

Edwin Wager R.1 to B.3 and from R4 to B1 lO'OO: the youths will wash 1:30: p.m. North Brevard Wo '

'Mrs. Jack I.. Doub to allow apartments and rental cars as long as they are thereto men's Republican dub, Mrs. H Plrtle Plus Tllusrllle Brarard'i Only Hem Owned Bank

David Gooden business. be washed. deDeugd: 2909 Gardenia.





March 21,164 1 Tlfusvllla (Florida) Star. Arfvocaf*; Pago .
Terrier Heifers

.. ? afl kPool 4.3 Trip On Satellite FridayCoach against guaranteed Roofing 7..

Frank Tomdale's tennis

team lost in doubles competitionbut

/ points: managed in singles to compile to win over enough Satellite wind

nmetrl School Records Fall In Meet
& Beach here Friday 4.3.

fan* ttafaa *t* MK damage.
James Di.'erte' ( Boyd WWSIB-

If you were driving down Park Avenue In front of Mare Hepburn set one new turned i. a 1:11: and the 200-yard vllle (Buchanan, D. Mark. Plttman. :20O-y! .rd .medley relay 1. Tltunvllln gee, Chip Sturttw sad Eddie
Pirtle Plaza during last week, noticed a man flying in midaIr Parker), 2. Melbourne Tlme:2.1Jlatbo : : ( (.MIII... McCarthy l.anu, Cnrl- Pool all won !III abagfes. KOKT-" .
pool) record and two school records tree style relay team a 1:34.: The l record). eo.>. J. Melbourne Tliui ? .1J (pool.
then "woke up" too late and found yourself crashing t to lead tile TlttuviUe Highboys' latter was second best, however 'ui-yanl freestyle 1. HephurnIT school record). ever, the ,teams. of W"$in r
into another vehicle, chances are, the local P.D. will charge J BuraWU IT). 8. Kada: 1M( ) :UMI-yard( treelyle( 1 King (ITI.), :. and Dwterl& eat) WaUtag acl
swimming team to a 54-39 as Melbourne finished two-tenths Tim. lltf: (lackool record). MH'Iruro\ ITI), 1. I'nrrcu <(3L.!> Tim: Can Set these new
you with failure to have your vehicle under control. win over Melbourne her Friday ol a second faster. iii.yir.l freeMyle 1. WnlU-n IM). 2,.47.1 .uihool rwonllBiiyr Stumble bit lit tiuuhfes to Baufh-
Can 2. \lllltch IT). 3. KUmrr (MX. Time you imagine, the people who nearly had wrecks, The Terrier swimmers rolledup The girls team set five new /II.:/ .. 2. Lang (T). :L Mativni-y in, Tim..
just because: ol a fellow) who was diving on a 75 foot diving eight first places in the U :Sin-yard/ Individual. medley. 1, .11.9. Shurlkmgat.rncUrk ef th* Sua" Homesat
school records and one new pool tagram (T). 2. D.VIfn IM). a. Cher aoo-ynnl. InillvMuitl. moillrv I
board on a shopping center parking lot? events, as they set two new pool mark in ruaaueg up a (0-35 victory (Mi. Tim... i'40: ) (.cknol .record). Donovan. Ml.) 2. Hnvil (ITI.) 3. I'. woe his singles natchft tat Malabar.
The Koehlers l 1)lvlnll I I. Kellar) ITI.) 2. TreenwiiyIM .. :3" tT Tim
"Sportcade", a precision water diving records and seven school recordsIn Mllry )
over the Melbourne giils. : ), 1. Itoltiminn (IMI. _>. over Smith; Wessinger. R5 4 mites south of
Plvln Rtrwurt I.M Crnnncll(
team, gave their entire act on the Pirtle Plaza Shopping the HM-yard ). Inarnm (IT), ( )
process butterfly .
the 800-yard medley relay team (T). 3. Hlnilcll ITI.) over Bauxhaaan' ; StufchM\ t-3 Melbourne U.S.l.
2. Vanerln Ml, 3. UeVleae (M) on
Center parking lot, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and Hepburn broke the pool aid set a pool and school record in Time: 1:131 lechool recant) ( luU-yard':. 2. farlnon,butterfly ITI.' 3-. T I: hlllev.'OimovnitVll. : iTi: over ShurUnigbt; Mathisen' lust l,

were sponsored by the plaza!< Merchant's Association. Everyone school record in the 400-yard '::3.1. Two school marks were net 2. Iwu-yard Mi. lor (IM freeiiyt)., 3. .Crane- I. Tolls IT). Time(M):, Tint 1 *: ltimlvaril: V8 to lUrkworth and Pools wonover 0PIN DAILY 9 AM -9 PM
present rolled on the ground with laughter and star. freestyle witlll. 4:3&1 Urn*. 1:01 :' frmlvlfl 1. P MorionIT ( Redman 80.Baughraan .
by )\'tag with 1:472: in the 200- : 4. ). 2. HvwHI( 1\11: J. Malhrnev IT'i .
ed into! the sky with amazement. Smith also set a new pool time yard freestyle and with ft:Ol In 100-yard backstroke 1. SmithT Tim.: 1-11: (school record\).
( ). 2 Buchanan IT), 31 Morrl (1M I. backxtruke 1 1. :Miller and defeated'
lnu-yard Smith
Despite having the opportunity to be an Olympic competitor and' school record in she 100-yard the xyard) freestyle. Carlsonset T....: IsM: ,ixbnot record). 1.T1.!; 1. O err.t I Ml. :7 i, FiirrlB ((111

in both diving and trampoline, Rusty Koehler and backstroke In 1:16.: a new school record with a (T 400-yard). 1. la:: ulT(:) ). '3.lp'!Hepburn, (iM> Tim..: 1::3D.iyiir /! Wraingrr slid Dkterte I-S sal ADDING MACHINE: ROLLS, only
*" l 1. Kin( IT). 1. Whit and. SJturlkalght teat Watt
frfeilyle -
his brother( Jerry, turned professional about five years ago, Other school records were set 1'288: in the 100-yard()( butterfly Time: 4::11II uchool.\ '. pool r ordl.yar.1 Hock I Ml<). 3. lloyd (ITI.) Time* 1"I\ lie two at UN Star-Advocate
lag and) Stiucato 5.51. double
added a girl named Evone, who married Jerry and became butter Morton a 1-146: in "- brea.Utroke 1. K.lluITI. Cnhnol record) I ,
by Ingram in the 100-yard and P swam ( ), 2. Cher (:M). 3. Mark ITI.) Tune luu-yard breaitatroke. ( t Mc<' '
known as the Koehlers. fly in 1:133: again: by Ingram in the 100-yard freestyle for a new I 1:2a: Ihv (IT). 2 Tvrhr <1M1> < Winton ,

Originally from Alabama, where Jerry and Rusty attended the 200-yard individual medley in mark. :7q( -yard(iKIImnr freealyle( Kaav relay, Holism- 1. Melbourne (M). Tim. 1-41 .
2(4( '-yard frastyle relay 1 TI-
Auburn for two years all three members of the 2:40.: and by the two relay teams. Boys' Results: M.Cloy). 2. Tltunvllle. Time 5:50.5.4irLs' : tusvlll IGorilon, T. MIiIlY. Murton, MONEY !
group were outstanding competitors in diving with Jerry The 200-yard medley relay team 200-yanl nudity reln\. I Tltua- Results: C Mlley) Time. g:mi(II I

and Rusty taking all Southeastern\ AAU titles two years For Extra Fast BORROW* PAYMENT.

straight.Evone, wife of Jerry started with the duet about five Record Set i SERVICE. $300.00$150.00: $17.79 J8.89:

years ago, when they become known as the Koehlers. Shedoesn't Sprint Medley ByTHSWith mrv Phone 267.4331 $450.00$400.00 $26.13$34.39

do a lot of diving, however, she MC's most of the Loans Up T. MM.

time, and stands around looking pretty, which isn't hard I PAY BILLS TAXES. REPAIRS. ETC. .
for her to do.Besides lead. The quartermiler then added individual first places by yard
the sprint medley relay ". ) Wltnan.l IT) sod llnrkrr (III).
giving an excellent performance on the diving team setting a new track record added to the lead for an easy win. Loveless in the 120-yard high Tim. *! 211.HHUyaril. Southern Loan Company
1 Ream (T), 2. I
board, Jerry and Rusty team together on the trampoline for and several other Terriers turning Miler Maury Roberts turned his hurdles Roberts in the mile, Kil- KhermBit. 18)run), a. Smith I'rl.) 4. ORlri.
both serious and clown acts. i in their best performance of best time this season, pacing lip In the 440-yard run, Wynn in by ITI.) Tim: 2:104. 1. TltunvlllrI 344 $. WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLEK '

"Actually, it would be hard to define which of the two the year the Titusville High himself well and crossing the finish the 180.yard low hurdles, Ream In Sprint.. NUir.o M.illey,relay Carper- Hxluwnyl, n __ _
line in 4313.: the 880-yard run and Ream In 3 Solelflle, Tuna: :2 "S.T
we like best commented Rusty following the Thursday track team swept to an easy victory O-yard diet 1. Dunn (IK). 1MrU.an .
afternoon exhibition. "We get a big 'kick' out of both of here Friday in a triangularmeet. The 880-yard relay team com broad jump. (\IK):, 8, Nogi-mry: posed af Hadaway, Wynn, NIP For the first time this season .(T.) .Time: U1. ,
Mil* H l y 1 1. Tllu.vllU( ((Klllln
them"Undoubted, the highlight of the entire show was the The Terriers rolled\ up 98''4 man and Cooper, also turned in Wynn didn't win first place In Tim.Reim! 3:44.46 llohlk., Roberto), :a. Kvuni: YOUR SEAT WORN OUT!
dive Evone their best mite on the local track the pole vault. He actually tied Shot: Put: 1. CUlllmor. 18)) 1
triple from the 75 foot platform with up at 35, points to 43V& for Orlando Evans
a 1:331.: They have run faster with Evans' Vaughn at 11 feet, Lou IT), 3, Jarrrlt 1P:1)I. 4. Reynolds
Jerry at around 50 and Rusty on top at 75 feet. All of three and 38 for Satellite.\ DUtinct: 49 roe I. 2 lnih.. WE'LL REPLACE IT. .
took turns, splashing into the 7 foot tank, which holds 15,000 The sprint medley relay team, en other tracks and other teams 6 inches, but Vaughn had fewer Dlicii 1, nr.ntm. (IS), 2, Mar..
have lower times on the local misses. The Evans vaulter has al shill I |IT), 3. I.ot ID 4. Flxhcr IS)
gallons of water. composed of Toney; Nieman, Distance: 120: (... 2 Inches,
: "I guess I have been fortunate, because I have never Cooper and Hadaway, turned ina track. ready gone 12 feet, 6 inches this Broad jump I. "".m (T), a. Nun TAYLOR'S AUTO UPHOLSTERY
2:05.7 time. All four Tom Ream turned in his best year. 110:1.) 8. Vaughn (IK, 4. Wynn ITDliUnce >
been : runnners
seriously injured leaping off the 75 foot ladder Rusty : III Lost. I Inch.,
Isaid. "The I have is 110 feet in Pan turned in fine performances but half mile of the season with a The meet was unusual in that ,
highest ever lumped) Hlfh Jump 1. Nap IE:) 2. Slurrhm 1027 S. HOPKINSAM
the the most thrilling to watch wasCooper'l 2:10.4: and also had a nice 19! two events: were run a second IT), 3. Curd id), 4. Holland
ama during World High Diving Championships 5
years .. ,
foot, 8 inch broadjump.The d) H.lghl: a f l. t Inches
In this took fourth which is consideredfine run in the 330 yard por time. Satellite was delayed with M170
ago. Jerry a place, Pol. Vault 1. Vau"bn (IF.) 2 I
diving since the is from all tion. The lanky senior took the mile relay team, composed bus trouble, and at 4 p.m. Evans Wynn (IT), .3. Porker IHI.) 4. NnpK .
especially competition: ) over ,
11 feel, t Inch.
( ) Heltltt
the world. baton just abqut even with the ol KJUp, Ream, Bobik and Rob. and TitusviU dll lded to start the

Satellite man, turned on the erts, turned U their best time meet. Tile scorpions came in a
For the past five or the Koehlers have been
years sot, with 3:44.45. few minute later' after the 100-
steam, pulled 11n front in the first a : -
traveling all over America and Central America. "The
raveling gets boresome but not the show.* 110 yards and then widened the The Terriers picked up first yard dash and high hurdles\ had I Ir

Within the next three months, a film which was taken at margin to give Hadaway a. 23- places in all relay races, and been run. Post-bloom letdown ? ,
At the eJ of the meet, the two ,
Cypress Gardens will be seen on Sports Spectacular. "That
,took a lot of work, 'film.splicing and time but we finally were run' a second time. Results ,
Terrier Baseball Team Slams It were unchanged as far as first
,made it, All together it took us nearly a year to make and aecowl\ place were concern

one film",J Rusty said j ,. "" '
.... t ed. ,1
\ .
Hits For 7.3 Win Over Sanford Complete Results:
The next time you're on a golf course, try studying it .. .
UU-jdMd kirk hurdle. 1. Lavale.i
out as if you're an architect. There's a reason for every I 2. Wlen.ad ( ) Mayo
bunker, every turn in the soil in fact, each hole has it's own Titusville High, School's baseball bourse Tuesday fw a second ,l s>, tTt. m. Timer..ITJa,8.: I
100-yarl dash 1. Me Lend (E:), I.
team slammed i Is four runs meeting. Edwards hurled a two
personality.I Tamper IT). 3, tie) Noajrady (E> and
had a few minutes to chat with Bob Hagge Friday in the second one ia the fifth hitter against the Bulldog U Uwnn (U1). Tlmei. KK4.M.U ( .
and added two more in the sixth their first with Ttlwvtrto ? I. Roberta tl.T"o 2. Carter
during intermission of planning small changes on RoyalOak's game (IT) 3. Cherry (K):, *. (T).
and defeated Sanford lire Friday winning 1-a, however, Bailey said Time: 4 31.3.
golf course, just long enough to discover there's more
"Mho-yard relay 1. Tltunvllla( Had-
Craddoclc sine
to laying out a golf course than meets the eye. IDqIt.rt away. Wynn Nleman, Conner), 2.
Edwards pitched Friday. Eva_ Time: 1:351:
Edwards of three
A golf architect for about eight years, Hagge was at one tw-yar Royal Oaks putting the finishing touches on the project be. starting hurlers for coaek. Mor- (T), a. Long (T), 4. rollerIS (
tell Bailey 7 hits and Read Star-Advocate Classifieds! u Time M.S.
fore it opens! in about two months. gave up 180-y.rdl low hurdle.) 1. Wynn
f "Undoubtedly this has the chances of being one of thethree struck out S men and also picked ,
two hits the side the
up on as
best golf courses in Florida, Hagge said as he slammeda
Terriers won their fifth( of
golf ball down the 350-yard driving range. "The designis the season backed with two game loss.
magnificent and they've certainly let mother nature do( es.
her part of preserving natural beauty." ,

"There's so many things to take into consideration," After trailing 1.0, in the first N.r, mad. 4i7j

.Hagge added "Here, Royal Oak has many things available inning, Titusville's Gary Hart /yr a u

Ifew club in Florida could dream of having. They have an lined a single in center and

I excellent wind condition, each hole will give a great variety Charlie Huggin sacrificed, moving
to both the professional and amateur players not too much Hart to second Dennis Morris -

.{water, the exact number of hazards and excellent planning. hit a ai gl., driving In Hart,

j "From where I stand, every golf nut I've associated with which started the Terriers on

wjll break his neck to go to a place like this if nothing else, their way. Edwards then got! a
'just to say they have played it." single, bringing in Morris and

.$agge who also at one time toured the circuit followedthe Craddock: hit a double into left FIGHT BACK !

trail of his father, who was a golf architect, and began center, brlogiiK in Edwards. Tim
Barrowman brought, in Craddock /7'
working as a golf professional. His father was one of the-
'pioneer developers of the hybred turf. with tusville's a sharp fourth single to score Ti.

"I guess I have done just about all of it, all the way up run. 00 s

:.from an assistant gree keeper. Sanford jumped back in the
scoring column in the fourth Inn-
"Since I had the adhesion in my back I've became dis
ing, on two consecutive singles,
couraged about playing golf. It's more fun, just to be able however the Terriers also added

v to work on these courses, study them as if they were a bible another in the fifth, when Bar.wmal1 Whether. It II color TV .r black and white, STEREO STORE WITHORTtiO :
and know what you're up against, in order to define with singled with wants you to enjoy tho artistry of today's ontortalnors at thoir
1 objects, like rolling terrain, slanting bunkers, traps, etc., the out. BdjTOwman took second man on very boit.. Our now sot are the. finest TV ...So...,that can buy and viewIng we.
can alwoy rojuvonato your present porfoct
.i correct way for a strategy golfer to approach the pin. a wild pitch and Gene Melvin hit will bo yours to onjoy.

:;l Probably, most people have heard of Hagge, and also his another single, bringing Harrow-

wife, who is one of the consistent leading money winners man across home plate.Titusville' Give citrus shot in the with ORTHOCIDE 50 Wettable
a arm
among the women circuit, and was selected by the Associated final two runs were your

Press as the Athlete of the year twice. tallied by Hug?;ns and Morris.
ORTHOCIDE 50 plus Spray Sticker is a poit-bloom that works
Sanford utilized two pitchers, spray
t Hagge now has his office in Delray Beach however, from 4C7 SALES-SERVICE

the way he raved about the new Royal Oak Course, you who Sires relieved who started in the and fifth Colloher inning. I two ways. It cleans up early melanose and scab. And it actually invigorates
j would think he's planning on moving into Titusville.
The Terriers will be In
Mel- trees. ORTIIOCIDE treated citrus down longer feeder
+ "I'm serious, this club will bring prestige people from put

all over the world. Sure Titusville's small in population and roots, make better use of stored carbohydrates.Foliage gets fuller and
cannot compare to Miami or any of the other large cities in

)the area with other things, but they will be able to with a grecntr. You get a better fruit set. A bigger yield of top-grade citrus.
like this. Golfers
course are peculiar people they'll travel

in the boondocks for miles, ride camels if they have to, in Gaiter y'/t
an Combine ORTHOCIDE 50 with Sticker and these
order to play on the best courses\ ," he concluded. *::4 Spray you get

1* ForYoueee benefits in any weather. It won't wash off in the rain. It'* compatible
Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results! '
Just Bring Your Parents to Our with other pesticides. And

', ARTHO it's gentle. In short, it's the post-
Anytime during the week ol March 21-27 and wo hevo for you ORTHO 4 .


f -CAN SAVE YOU MONEY NOW! ,, First Federal Savings & Loan Association ,Wm !b). TICKER bifger profits. Try it*
i Be sure you take adraaiag of %" INDIAN RIVER BRANCH' j'

this opportunity before you file your INDIAN RIVER SHOPPING PLAZA ', "Htlptnr tht World crew B"e,"


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II MILA Security Will Be Tightened... : j. ;omEcAcv vaat $tbafle..b / /


Security operations within the 57 security personnel will be for security and tire protection fense. ,.,.. .-..... .. .
Mcrutt Island launch area will be gin 24-hour patrols on that date. within the Merritt Island launch YVrckcni.it personnel also will rAT

strengthened: beginning April 1. The security patrol will be personnel area. TWA is KSC's prime con. begin operating from several

I Charles L. Buckley, Jr., chiefof of the Wackenhut Cor- actor for base support opera- fixed posts, and will establisha
security for the John F. Ken tractors to Trans World Airlines lions. central radio communications t

nedy Space Center, NASA, said poration of Coral Gables, subcon- Buckley said 22 guords "onloan" system on Merritt Island, Buckley
to KSC from Pan American : said.
II'0.. .. v. !o; 1 for the Merritt bland ecuiity J Ho I said the security force -

operation will now be will increase to about 90 persons COUPON gg fflggm

transferred back tu Cape Kennedy within three months, and to C

where they will be assigned fcbout 1S3 persons by October! 1. ,, GILLETTEReg. S"6e: : u.
new jobs by Pan Am. Sonic On that date, Highway AlA will 1 d
100 Pan Am guards are now he closed to public travel ,
'( engaged( in protecting NASA through the Merritt Island 4 98c Package .
property on Cape Kennedy under launch area and pass and Identification of IS Gillette 6 7c
Blue Blades
a support agreement between procedures will be Super

NASA and the Department of De established. Limit, I With, Cou... Thrown w....

Four-Laning Line Between NASA ; M = 1


Causeway And U.S. 1 To Benin SoonThe 0 @EST PASTE i

69c Extra 1
four-laning of a portion of vard County will provide a CROJeffrey Hunter, in his portrayal of Jesus, 7j S Large Tube. C
State Road 403 to connect with four-laned roadway with a 40- 43 /
with Siobhan McKenna in the of I Famous
1 I tk the National Space Agency foot median. Construction( includes as Mary presentation Decay
Causeway over the Indian River the building of 210.foot "King of Kings" unfolding a story of the life and times of Fighting FormulaLimit

south of Titusville is expected to dual roadway bridges over old Christ. The spectacular production, filmed in Technicolor t W.tti. toucan Tttrauill WM. 1/2S
begin by March 28. the State U S. 1 and 154-foot dualroadway With a cast of thousands, opened at the Crown

Road Department has announc bridges over an access roadto Drlve-In Theatre. Sunday
AT FLORIDA To Oscar Award Winner Gregory Peck ed be built in the future. .;; COUPON

as "Captain Newman, M. D.," Angle Dickinson, his nurse The segment of roadway t to( be The roud Is expected to( be "
j.i the film, represents the private world he hopes to put tour-laned extends from relo- completed by September 1863. tDuy '.1.7Jj I VO-5 Hairspray

together marriage, children, a home with a garden cated U.S. 1 three miles south of This is the date set for completion ",YS 1JIII '

when war is at an end. Other stars in the color-comedy Titusville in an easterly direc- of the 3.2 mile bridge and i"t t) M I & Free Derma Fresh
drama are: Tony Curtis, Eddie Albert and Bobby Darin, tion for .8 miles to the west causeway project leading to 11 Reg. 1.65 Value 96C
which is playing at the Florida Theatre bank of the Indian River.
Cape Kennedy and now under L Bonus Derma Fresh
The $709,411 project in Bre- construction by the U. S. Army

Corps for tthe National Space Outdoor Bar-B-Oue Limit I WIII, cTIt.u.." wd. 1/2.
Agency. .
Whispering Pines mCmtmrmrrrl7nrn'trmtmc: trrtlnt'rff

FOR SALE Trailer Court Eventually will the extend State the Road four-Department Pits Patios COUPONLUSTRE

!ht 79 BEAUTIFUL LOTS IN Has Mr. and New Mrs.Owners Clyde Cowlin recently laned facility to an in intersection a westerly with direction Brick Stone Block CREME SHAMPOO

purchased the Whispering Interstate 03 approximately one FREE ESTIMATES WE'LL PLAN FOR YOUI! Big .
HILLS Pines mile west of relocated U. S. 1.Houddille ,
Trailer Court from
the Cor.merr
Duval Company of
owner, R. II. Ragin. The Family
COUNTRY C T CLUB L ESTATESCity S mer owner, R. II. Ragin. The Jacksonville has: been awardedthe While !
!Road IRC, Is now occupied by contract and will have 180 CONSTRUCTIONAM
Limit I ._ ... .
will cTltreu. W. 12.COUPON
( of! TUusvilU)
approximately 40 families. The working days to complete !the
FEATURING: new owners, formerly of Buffalo, project. .. rtrt
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2. Sanitary' Stwtrs (City of TltuivllU) the court in the near future BREVARD'S OLDEST HOTPOINT DEALER -
3. Water (City of Titusxllle) .
4. Potltiv Dr&in
S. Pav.d Streets' Meet TuesdayThe N $
I. Concrete Curbs I Big 8 oi. Bottle
Pythian Sisters will meetat I 'iiI of Famous P I
7. Lots' Completely FHUd d
the local Temple Tuesday 1 Johnston's No 53C- L

.. Lots' TltutvllU'i Adjacent 2 to Golf and Courn ovvrlaoklng.. night, March 24, at 7:30: p.m. A : WASHER WITH EXCLUSIVE II i Roach Reg. 89c

school of instruction will be held I ,
D v lopm nt to FHA Spedflcatloni Limit I Wtlt Eouron Threu.h W.... I/J.
for members following the meet-

CALL AAM1.2902: : DAY AM I1m'NIGHT Chief, urges all members to COUPONCELLO
attend. Refreshments will be =
served upon adjournment. I TAPEReq.
t y; BEAUTIFUL c.U+oddltt" 1. P. C.
A La Marick Salon/ is al !
l (t'a1l8 near you AM YI.oRlntLANE toil HIlr.VtHI ('til :>' H, STYLING 0 : 19c 1000 Inch
TnUaVII.LK BNTMIPIII3E8, o WATER 9 by Lepag 121I
INC, a Florida CoriM.rnMon.ori ,
TITUSVILLE! Open 9 am to 9 pm Monday V8 I'LAIl'ITU' i2 / r PRESSURE :Hg ; Limit I Wth, Cuson Threu.h Wd.. I
Through Friday. Saturday 'Til 6 pm JIMMY L. WALKER!: I
:\ ( K: nY'iieNIFI s1 I... ,4 1J"'I'Jm.JJ11.'J'Hl'Ill1' !!':,
Notice I I. hereby .Iven thai. I, .dl >
Hurry on in for the lovable, mad-cap, LKIOII: 8. WII.HON, Mhurlff of llre- > COUPON ,, .
vard County Florida, under and. \by >
"BEA TLE virtue of a writ of Kxotullon!: after 6
DlHtreu heretofore Issued out of I ha t tI AJAX LIQUIDWith
abuva entitled. court on the 2iithliny '
of March, 1W4, In. the above
lylml' cause hav levied
upon the
following dee rlb",1 : '
property .1.5MW -
lying anil being In ilrvvard.( Ammonia C
County .Florida lo-wll! I I Reg. 39c Large Sin 31
Wratlnchouie Joimnerihil(
I.aundro-mat Wnihrra Plastic Container
1 Hammond Laundry 1'loanlng

1 Machine Sorting Table :<= OI Llmt, I With, Cau..n Throuah w.... J/J.
2 Laundry Tube anil M1anh Approximately, ti Drum Per- r

deb MHO"? of ""jeffenan Ulmi.l COUPON

BOB"N 1 :sal fcfiflenvr Bait) Gallon and AMiortVaUr Iron. titter 8 OUTSIDE AND 14-POUND WASH I I -- Controlledd10 :': ;;:

1 Holler and motora SALVOReg.
1 Work TableS INSIDE. SELECTIVE II Detergent

1 Alihyer Aldryer. Commenlal Clmnlu-CoinmerUul. Dryer. tI( no rust, ; ; LOADS LIKE N 79e Giant Sin A
1 Dryer Exhauil U) THIS 1 ii Box. Salvo Tablets 1:"
Large Wall Pan scratches, stains. ; M 59C
at the property of the above named W e r. ." ,ICoI''14.Ik,mat :7 I II Controlled
defendant and (bat. on the 3rd "luvif x: : d f.mllr iMtf-
April. 11)64.) between the legal. to t s I bbl.clotht 53'i TO* OI I Detergent etJ
"nlng I hour' of nale, namely, eloven! o'clock eY I l hblrlona'a00* =
In lb.. forenoon and I two o'clock In :<=, i.toyi'.li.inirti', .., M tJ Llmt, I With Coupon Th..uh Wd. 3/2 I
the an.raoon on old day at the M S .om. fU1i1 place wheie ealtl property III being ..... }"mm''i mini 2 toy*' iHlrti Inv. ,
lored., towiltLaundroMal: I mint' towm
) rightly located nl North = I inhciotlt 4 ditli towtliS ::: COUPON
pnupslBeatU CenterTltuevlllo.End. of Big Apple/ Chopping' \ t womtn'i llaui.i M l

tr Florid >- / I 1 into men.I und taw"IhlrtlI .://d re DRAIN lt
I will offer for Hie and veil! to thethe I IP' 'man'i thortl DRANO
hl.h..t bidder. foe "uh In hand, WIDE ARC SPIRAL 2MirioctIcliildipliytull I > R CLEANER II
above described proiwly, aa the
property of. eald: defendant\ In mil- AGITATION / I enild I 'I flit pantlI ,>-
I.fv laid execullun. MUM 1 i>ri>|i"tly rMtd'Uronn, a Reg. 3Sc can of C
I 1 will be eold subject to all prior" recorded most I.mtn'l. -h.ttie.rS' p popular Drano s
Bob Alon.I Ilina.LtlOH. thorough washing ever .rf
: 8. Wll.HOM. Sheriff\ Z for clean drains !
I ;[ only . 2.00 Brevard County, rinililaUy o Model LW470I
+ "' Ellivbeth M. Conner
S, OR at no additional Deputy Hherlfl Limit 1 With; Course tSrwh W.d
4 cost with the following: Mar. 23. Mon). JlW-t. I I
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LaMarick's Famous COUPON
All Porcelain
All Sto.lath, For Lif.

; Comparable PETAL PERM value. $1300 WAVE cumplete for 6.95 SU'FILING,""'!." CABINETS TWO SPEED j I D U C 0 HOUSEHOLD CEMENT

I, IMPERIAL COLD WAVE 25V Orod" deep WASHERS'SfarlAI $19870 C
3 Reg. 39e tube of i
1 1 19
Prescription Formula. USP Lttiolin 10.95 lewih I
!g Comparative value, $27.50 complete for : rJo a t Duco Household all
F . '00. 00 00 .
I Other Waves Priced from 12.95 and up. dweewpu se.'A 0b I a Willi e..e Th..1t wad.. 3/21 I IT'

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NITE 5 OWL to 9 P.SPECIAL M.' I.ass iH Also MATCHING DRYER at $$147.80 ([ COUPON .
_. i I. to. .
I FREE) With IIch were s WI" iRl+ --------- FACE TISSUEReg.
beetle of La Mjrlek All Pvrpoi. Leuusessbg. ,
shampoo AND fret conditioning .
tmtntl I : 154.50 29c box: of 400
1\\ Charge It. la BEAUTY. SALONS $39.95Stuart Prk ,, I i Whitaker Electric, Inc. 71 Tissue Extra Soft 16 I

m b Lln"t. Wo.II C"..'a TitII "Wad." 3125 j
; ... Phon. AM 7-6565 Qt <.- nc*CSUOJ
> mm AM :i-4i7t Phone 267-0611) t"

ILI11sOIJ(! Tttusville Shopping Center I TITUSVILLE 133 EAST R08INSOM-TOLL OSIANCX3 FREE WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPSWE g ['ljN'tt-.WC b i aY4a3 EcAnd UdtQ S/Md1 (CD]

South' IIlrorel rrd 1+.rirf") 11""",,, Cu.f. ..,.., I DIAL AM 7.6859 SERVICE WHAT WE FELL 12 YEARS IN SAME LOCATION PIRTLE PLAZA TITUSVILLE

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JWC Sponsoring Annual Easter '

Nosing Around I Star-Advocate:
.. Party At Rehabilitation Center

(By Bob Hudson) The Volc of 25.000 North Bravard County R..ld nU Good Friday March 27th will pit- s,.,,1.1 Ihh i is the first rear"

Dick and<.1 Donna McCotter engine job is at the Titusville - rlan! \ hI' a good day for the i that' tli >t dents: I hall' fixed
have had a lot of fun the past Cocoa Airport and Earl talked Section. B TITUSVILLE FLORIDA, MONDAY MARCH 23, 1964 Page 1-B children< at the North Brevard the.r w' II !gr': and also the first
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few days commenting about a Betty into going over with them Hihahili ation Center That them year (hut the! party will be held

Utter Donna just received occasionally '! ,y 'mb 'rs of the Titucville lJutrloon'e ther permitting
$$1.7 Million
Seems as though Dick mailed On one of these trips Earl J: V5nm.'n'a> Club community In both LINOS II ese plans! were

the letter on their first anniversary Gray of Cocoa, also in on the Aifurs Depuitment will bo made at the request (jf the

back In 1958, when he was association founding in Freeport Contract For .pmsoring I its third annual East emldre-n

!stationed at Ft. Jackson S C. let Betty fly the plane and her Ar tr party fir the ehildren. The party will begin at 1009

!Donna diJn get it until last husband says 'first thing I The students at me Center; will
week six later. It know', she's home reading books a.in. and aside> from the Easter
only years PadA bi preparing for the party dir
the egg hun: there will t hp other"
came with an accompanying on subjeet s ma;! the week: by flying thel'
letter, pointing out that it and "One evening I was engagedin own Easter: eggs !Mrs H w. Harms, and. refreshments served
$17 million contract for an
several other letters had fallen reading the paper and, like industrial. Van Horn, chairman of the Ly Jr. \\'IIf.l'n'\ ) Club nu. ibiri.:
supply systemfor
down behind a partition under the absentminded professor
the mailing blot in the post- answered "yes" and "no" without the first moon launch has

office Donna at who Ft probably Jackson. wondered And so asked"thinking. to some things I'm horn District awarded of the U by S the Army Canaveral Corps Red Cross Bloodmobile Visits I Itf'

of Engineers, ,
ot the t.me why she didn't get Dttty asks, "Earl, can I take The water will be used for llu Itut crossit 1I11)llmflbil vls- the whale :group: plu (Itpenr)

an anniversary letter, receivedan flying lessons?" Without thinking cooling the understructure ot <' the' Southern Bell 1cthon| | cnts, ineliidinn;: parents and par

unexpected one the other day. I answered "Yes", then dida the launch pad at the time ot 1 e Company' plant on 1I(1)kll1l1l1lrcl.tI ) t'ntsln lawAllntmgl

Donna by the way, has beenin double take and asked her rocket firings and also will be I Ist, t Monday( when employees of 1o ne! North Erevan!!

bed with a case of pneumonia back, "What did vou say"? used fir. standby fire protection. that 1 group: nave: their full quoin Chapter Bed,! Cro s Wool. I'ro-

and has been quite sick, Needless to say Betty started The first lunar launch corn I f f llmul Im. dimplrtt( covcraKc/: groom\ is governed by the board. of
Ins i ill 1 l hillflll l | needs! for their entireMI directors of the North rcvard:
taking lessons from Sig Lysnlg, plax is now under construLtionnorth
An irate motorist says "ex iniludin1 : up ( County chaptermrriran flel
FAA instructor Beach
in Vero of Cape Kennedy for the
press.way" is a misnomer. By line year by the American Red Cross, who are all residents of
and she has soloe-d
now National Aeronautics and Space
the time he can express his opinion I truss! Lrevanl County National standards .
That's a real switch for you, Administration John F Ken
of the way the guy in the ..-. J must be maintained and In
isnt it? Space Center. The Cocoa:! anl Cocoa flinch:
next lane drives, the dope is nedy -..... turn the local blood center enJoys '
the .- Southern Dell employees! have en-
Receiving water
too far away to bear him, 1 I .. _. the privilege of being able 10
The manager of a large bus!. for $1,682.862, was .a.-, ... .... .... toyed triii Bed Cross service for. draw on any, or all of the Sit
Two members of advertising ness firm bought a number of Nalkin and Company a Kansas more than a year\ and will continue other Red Cross Centers in the
our -
FIRST CHART MEMBER Russell! Tampa Club presIdent, Mayor Ed Kittles; to do so when the Dloid(
those 'Do It Now" and Cit> Mo., firm .
signs United States if and when !
staff manager Dave Dirksson (seated ) signs up as the first and Herman Chandler the latter two also mobile visits the Cocoa plant on nice
Dunn and Bill Ambrosa hung them up all over the place. Major parts of the wont in ed.
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charter member the Titusville Opti- signing up as charter members A total of torrest t Avenue Thursday
fine time at the Hth annual They came down again abruptly elude building a water pumping The Red Cross Blood Programin
mist Club, during .1 i meeting at the River- 35 must be signed up before a charter can March 26.
Publix event honoringAmerica' after the cashier skipped out station providing and installing Brevard County receives financial
view Restaurant this week. Looking on be issued The West Tampa Club is spon-
manufacturers and with $20.000, the accountant five diesel driven pumps, and The Red Cross group plan require support from the United
are (left to right) Mario fierce new club soring the organization hire (S-A
representatives, which was held eloped with the only efficient: putting In a one million gallon building chairman for the West Tampa Photo) 23 ,per cent of any groupof Hind of Brevard County, and,I is

Saturday in Lakeland at the secretary, three clerks asked for steel storage reservoir. The Optimist Club; Charles, Shaheen, West 25 or more people to donate 09) pt'r rent operated by volun.
neadquarters of the fine Florida a raise and the oil ice boy joinedthe pumping station will be located: 1 pint, or unit of blood each yearto leers There Is no replacement

cuain. Navy. a hula Ida than a mile north- give complete coverage: for all required, and no cost for blood

Wt'ft t of the launch pad. construction of a cable' terminal' munuation duet between the TidesHigh blond needs fur the entire year itself

Father, reading his son's .repost Some men rise to the occasion Completion date for the workis building and additional coin terminal 1 building and the Central Loa --- - -- -- -'-

card: "He excels in Initiative Others merely go up in the air. March 1965 munications facilities for the Telephone Building in the

group integration, and re The Canaveral District of the lunar launch complex on Mcr industrial complex on Menitt Island Tuosday, March 24 Brevard Lumber Company
Waitress I take announced of 5:5fl a.m, a m.
sponsiveness. Now, if he can : "May your Army Engineers also rift Island Estimated cost and installation of telephone -
only learn to read and write." order, sir?" that bids on two other construe the work is $33 million. and Iclelsiolcable in 6:17: p.m. 12:12 p.inVYedntiday READYMIXEDINTRANSIT CONCRETE

Salesman: 'I want two egg tion projects for NASA totaling The Cable Terminal Building, the duct. March 25 f Building Material + Lumber 9 Paint f Hardware,

Betty Jones, wife of Earl overdone, lukewarm coffee and nearly $4 million, will be openedon A one.story structure, will be Bids on both of the new jobs 630 am 1231: : am WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSES!!:

"Saving Sam" Jones of First burnt toast"Waitress !March 23 and 26: built near the Vertical Assembly will be opened at the Canaveral 7:10: p.m. I:OJ: p.m Lot U.> Civ You An Estimate. -
: "Anything else, On Wednesday March 23 at Prompt D.llvry Phone AM 73331
Federal has soloed and that in
Much of the District office' of the of
Building proposed! Cusps
sir?" 2 p.m., bids will be opened for LEGAL IMDS Lug Supply
Itwlf is But there'smore
news. Salesman: "Yes, sit down and extending utilities to the south- work consists of building d corn Engineer on Merrill Island the Star.Advocate Office
to the story. According
west Section of the industrial -
I'm homesick
nag me,
Earl, he has been interested in e
urea at Cape Kennedy. The

flying termed for it a long"too time dangerous"When but Betty. The old saying about men work is estimated to cost $300- '64 n with V8
with Chevy Super Sport
Earl was teaching law at making palletS at girls 000.On power
Michigan State, he was faculty glasses isn't t true It all dependson : Thursday, March 26, at 3

advisor of the Michigan State their frames p.m.. bids Mill be opened for
Flying Club and, as a result,
flew a lot. More recently in

Titusville he saw others learningand ,
expressed an interest but

.." .write!! Betty didn't t like!.him flying
by scheduled airlines, much less

In a small plane. r v

But more recently Earl has

joined with a group in forming .'a I,
a Saving and Loan Associationout 1

at Freeport, Grand Bahama ter. !
I Island This group bought a It

plane so that the trips could be

made when needed. The twin- lad br aNlr fwr Gararnw Gameai.n f"M
? Sty
''tl y w

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and just the place to enjoy it

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L q J Find out for yourself what thi, Chevy J JI I can really do. If there are hills Both are optional at extra cost, along with a I'ositractton rear axle,

? nearLy, let'it give: them a good going-over.' Thin MV how quickly it simulated wire whet! coven, AM-FM radio and a host of other

gives: : slow-moving truck the run-around. With lU new extra-cost: V8 uccetwone*. And for all its new power, Chevy I 11 I rules no softly it Mima

all you ever have to do in give the cvltrator an inch, und this Chevy to glide along the highway That'll because it has high-mounttti
Millions come to play and some to stay I II Super Sport Coupe will take a\ mike independent coil springs in the front and Mono-Plate binglo-leuf

And this great highway jx'rforrmr look the part it plays> HO well springs in the rear. Its unitized well-insulated Body by Fisher shuts

A glance at its all-vinyl interior will tell you that Those inviting vibrations out and ketps road) none down to a whisper
Each year. 150,000 hors to the Sunshine UK. Industry relocating H-riU] { A favor bucket Heats are made of ultra-soft foam cushioning The With everything Chevy II Super Sport has going for
Bata decide to for food VTiy, Partly .bl Ui itniitur for bui inrtM,und the Individ r
Uy > > it it's Chevrolet dealer is uiukm to
door-to-door carpeting u *o thick you cm fetl it through no surprise your
fur eh. wmt r 'aM that drew. them her M \lal.l Skilb-d I and of mudcrnletlrlc .
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taunt In aM> lint platy (Sunnhin Vtarmth.Cawial ." ,always! expanding to. mast Flue '
power or Fotir-fcKttJ| SytiiluMe.,h (ran ;niii,ion, about it that iin't super *
? living" Health. Surf And tans quo4L's slways-growing, necdW Plenty ut none. .
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buuiwMM iruppuif up-end .rnwln.her.id..meana.liletimancali.and" hi: r thi/ at Chevrolet Shourvom '
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2B Tltutvlll* (Florida) Star Advocate Monday, March 23, 1764
.\trHlttl '': i I : I NINTH: It. 011"1.\1. flKtllT, IM Records of Brevard County Florida..Dcumbllrlnl WltfJESg
: !STATE Or FLORIDA AND rOR THE (,OI': : STAR-ADVOCATE'S COUNTY or BREVARDThe YARD UTATF OF FLORIDA.. IIrl bed real property. The name of hereunto let my hand and iffix,.<
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MISTER' BREGER i underilgnea under oath, IN: {'U \ >CKBY; UDIIW the Court in waicn seta cult i* ';""'. tbe official eJ of laid Court. at TI
ayi: It I.I the Intention of the AMERICAN IRVING SAVINGS' l Court ef the Ninth tuavllle, Brevard County, Florid
c : Crossword Puzzle undrrelgnid: ; to engage In k business BANK, a New York corporation, JudlclaheCircuitt. In and for tbe thl 13th day of March A.D. 19U
er 4 enterprise under the fictitious I name Plaintiff, County of .Brevarrt. State of Florida CURTIS K BARNES
of RIVERSIDE! M OH ILK! HOMES V,. la Chancery No. :2789J, abbreviated Clerk of the Circuit Court
ACROSS DOWN 2tA located at dada Harbor. Blvd. In the ROBERT L. CLARKE and BARB. tftli of the can dl'I American Brevard County, Florida
a.ti Animal_ 2. CodoC tennis aY city of Eau; Oallla, Brevard County ARA B. CLARKE, his wife, .: al.Detllnd.nl., irving Saving Bank a Nw. BY V. 8.. Bpangler
6.Actreu: pleasure II.. .: Florida .. York corporation, Hli'ntitf. v. H", Deputy Clerk
a/ : serve 0 Thou Interested III said enterprise. NOTICE OF stir art L. Clarke and Barbara B. Clarke, (SEAL OF THB CIRCUIT COURT,
-DaY' Egypt. 22.Nocturnal HV"" F ... I and the extent of the interest ofeach STAT! OF FLORIDA TO hi,* wilt*. .' *. Dar-nante. Stewart L. Ayer
: i 11.:Must of 2. Biblical A -Ii !a Ii at follow Robert. L. Clarke and The description' of the real prop- Attorney for Plaintiff
lyn n name bird'" .. John Randolph Hi ion Entire Barbara B. Clarke, hli wife, ene' Invoty-v. Ian, nud cult and ..... Foul Office Box> SlJKau )
poetry 3.Rbfne Proof of Publication of thli In 41 Marie Creacent Drive erlbed lo the Complaint Ii a> '01.10wOl Gallle. Florida
e 25.: Oriental A tension to register, I Ii filed herewith Commick, Long Island t Man' 38. 2.1. :31)). Apr.' a (Mon.) 19m\
: tributary w A .n punuant to the provliloni of the New York Lot 19, Block }I, BOWE GARDENS .
: of hemp 4.TTnyl.lding t nurse ;r N law of Florida. and all partle claiming Intereita SECTION J2. accordingto
11 A tributary R. Carrie* W.Contradict 0 I I John Randolph Magee by through, under 0. against the plat thereof recorded In Plat If you have real estateto
of the 8.Peck c'" :IRIII" (Signature) laid Robert L. Clark and Barbara' Book 12 page 28 Publlo Records
: 0 '" 3604 Harbor City Blvd., b. Clarke, hi* Wit. and all part. of tfrevard County, )'101'1' <1",
Danube 7.Clan 2$. On* w Eau. Gallle, "''a. Irs having 0" claiming 10 have. any YOU AND EACH OF YOU are required sell, or if you are
3 ItCllOTbinr division: thouT.SI.N.Y.. AaewewST.ToplUup lAddreu) right, title or Interest In the real to file your answer to the
pepper Or.atSeoond. Sworn to and aubucrlbed to beforeme property with Improvement thereon Complaint with the Clnrk of the looking for choice real
anct at Melbourne. Fla., this 29 day herein ,
i plant:Alba described above styled Court and i serve a copy
ia 29. Francis: 38.t1ntwflt of July 19(13. YOU-AKD BACH OP YOU hereby thereof upon Plaintiff. Attorney,,
15.Twll4klfabrlB] .ouv 39.Jacket Kulah:. Brown rake notice that a iult has been VTKWART L AYERS. whnie addmi sstate, use our classi
a mediocre 3tS .- clubs Ira Notary Public filed agalnnt you In the above ityled Ii Post Office Box 802. Eau Gull
D 11. Dutcl1: thin;* meet My Commliilon Expire.June Court. The nature of the cult I I. to He, Florida not later than the 14th fied columns.
loot 2, ,
pI. 1964111 foreclose .
certain mortgage recorded day of April A .D 1964 ai requiredby
S% ( I 1.Advfser conunnno ..J'I'OItedi of 4a; Incite II, la, 23, 30 Mon.( ) 1944. November 211, 1968 In Official, Ian. else a decree pro confeno
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25. Pub11e U.P&1m1eat lowest 4?.Trsnsgr. ; HERE ARE TNIN65! THEM!

": notice 20.Capital oBartklP world:, 49. onent ; SCISSORS OR t b ,
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none-nobody ever I. .'"e -

J I stays here long enough If.J'Jow1kI'! JIBM j ,

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friend .
s t.. Ann Landers Candtarat
tree 31. n s. If 90 S IXIE I CANT FIND I S5E WHAT

re 42.Mistreat M ., J' -e. TRIX E d 'fR HER ANYWNERS! MOM MEANS

45.Dlipatcllboat 4 X ? WHERE ,VHEN SHE SAVS

: ; Seek Inner Peace 4p Measure. .1'.0 7 .I "/ '// 'II -' ARE YOU ? = +J HE ANYTHING CAN'T' FIND

of distant u ... 4. ItS ,. q,
60.Fine Line er i e

.i Utter N
:ai i Dear Ann Landers: How can didn't know anything about the 62.A point 51

b 'II stop nagging my husband? We issues but she knew all the "in of view: :.- l ?

: dove[) been married three months.'I side" dope on the sex lives of the collcxj. J'J.J >: i ,

know I am killing his love for candidates. She dragged what 3'

2 [me became I continually chew could have been a high.level-

:jjjhim out discussion light down to a dis Please help me if you can. IN THE: 'IRn'lT cover or TIIIMM

i This morning I really hurt him. gusting level.It ELSIE : Til JLIMCMI.; CIRCUIT/ I-

t I [;After he left for work I tat down seems a shame that she is Dear Elsie: You say your skin ANI"I.O""FOR' HKt.VAHU ( IIMCHANlbHT \

problem is not "bad enough to )\ Nth I7S.10\
land cried. I am disgusted with
i making herself so unpopular j )NOTICE\ TO IIKFEID
{ [myself because I can't control with her sex-centered chatter. see a doctor" but your letter Indicates ANTHONY FKOVENZALE.piaintir -

a my mean mouth. lie is a kind She did not used to be this way, otherwise. I suggest ...,,. (J I WA<3 JUST THINK!NO HI/THERE, 1 HELLO, JANET? I

:Jand[ considerate person but Itan't What's the matter with her? you jj at once. ANTOINETTE PROVENZALE. poms, i HAVEN'T APOUT yoq,AUDREX/ AND MARGE. ICAUeHTYOU HOVV HAVE ,, I ,

resist him to pieces D efendant TAtkEDTOYOU INALONO ITHOUGHTI'OGIVEYOU IN. YOU BEEN, 0I1'
picking The doctor will
r .".B.C. suggest cosmetics TO: Antoinette Proveniale
I1 I I watched my mother wreck and soaps which are that YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 22RSS2I i .. ...,
Bill of
Dear A.DC.: The poor woman a Complaint for Divorce 11
a )her marriage by nagging my manufactured especially for baa been filed egainii you and you' 3 'x;
feels her youth slipping away are required to serve a copy ot
dear sweet father tor death. I people with a sensitive skin.
and she is frightened at the j your gnawer or "pleading te the Bill I
nion't} want the same :.thing to These products will serve not of Complaint on the Plaintiff ill
prospect. of growing old. It'sa tnrney, Robert A Scott 2US Nortn .
I happen to me but I don't know, (only as beauty aids but many Babcock Street Melbourne, Florida. (
pathetic sight! and not an uncommon and file the original An.", ." or )-
> bow} to help myself. Please, Ann, I j have heeling qualities as well. pleading In. the office of the Clerk

II need your advice. TOUT- one. o. the Circuit Court on or before the X
RED MARIE When she changes the subjectto lib day of April 1904. If you fall to -
p Ann Landers will be glad to do 10, judgment by default. will betaken f
Dear Marie: You. have two ,*;ex, don't just sit there.,, I j igalnm you for the relief de a
help you with your problems. mended In the Bill of Complilnt.Done .
trong points in your favor: Change it back to whatever the ,,Send them to her in care of and Ordered at Tltuivllle), %,

((1)) You recognize you are a group was discussing. j this newspaper enclosing a day Brevard of March'' ,lrgepOrld" thin 6tb C.CLU

ag. stamped, self-adoressed envel CURTIS R. BARNES HARDER DUDLEy/// JUST ONE AHHH.fHATSSCRATCH
II have real Jsh-e-to Dear Ann Landers: 1-sm.j: .;J Clerk of the Circuit Court 9- ( I DETTER;
((2)) You a < ..' ope.. By Bertie HaUDep"IY MY PACK, VDU'RBNOT MOMENT; MR. MUCH )UWOULD70UDUDLEy
ut it out. girl 18 with a minor skin pro Clerk. ,' ? u ''SCRATCHING;; V. ABERNATHy

' blem. It isn't bad enough to go (CIRCUIT: COURT SEAL) et HARD ENOUGH!
First be that of
to see a doctor about but I need Attorney for Plaintiff
our nagging Is 'rooted In your XB 2828 North Baboock Street.
awn irritability and dissatisfaction advice. When my skin gets In compliance with HOUM Bill Melbourne, Florida 1

with yourself. Your husband especially bad I leave off all' No. 1178 Chapter Number J09B8. Mar. 5, IS, 23, 80 (Mon.) 1914.30T1CB .

cosmetics and then skin Lawi of Florida, >ol. of 1941, th.
5 s the one who catches the heat my
undril.n.d will .I.te". l with the OF INTKvTI/N: : TO
iecause he Is the handiest tar- clears up. Clerk of the amuse Court In H... HKUINrKH: VICTiriOLM: NANa

/et. But I hate to go without makeup ward County, Florldt, upon receipt In compliance with House Bill
No. 1175. Chapter Number 20953,
1''i What you need !I. t tonrtructive because I' am very pale and of proof of publication of thl. Law* of Florida Act of 1941. theClerk
IIght.com"lexloned and I look notice, the following, IcliUoui ..nd..I..n.,1, ,111, ."'11..1... with the
: bullet for your fretsions) andfrustrations. name, to-witt: New Frontier Mobil of the Circuit Court In Brevard "
like I am, dead without it. County Florida upon. receipt '1'
Expend your energies Horn Park under which w. art enpLed of ..,.. .
proof of publication of this
doing housewor, elubwork, Soap seems to Irritate my In apace nnlali for mobile notice, the following flctltloulHurt

( are nice, too). You must akin so I stop using Is for several bomei at Scotl.moor. Florida and hams lo.wlt: Red Sara Furniture".
pave under which I am .n..a.d la Furn
an outlet that will provide days. After about a week that the underelcned are the only ( at 809 Main. Tltuivllle, Florida -

: with satisfaction and selfjestiem. I can't stand It because face penoni Interfiled In Mid buelnon. mil that the undersigned lethe .
you my
Dated< at Tltuivllle Florida, thl.a only person Interested In laid ,
: When you are at peace and neck don't feel clean, so I day of March A,D. 1964. builneai. ( el I '
Dated at Tltuivllle Florida thle
: with yourself you"will not nagUour go back to soap and I break Irma don. lei I day/ of .March. AD. 1964.
husband. Frank Oonitle Charles W. Hruio .
= } out again. M.". 2. 9. 18 33 (Mon) 1964. Mar. 5. Id. 23. 30 (Mon.) 1SM4

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Dear Ann Landers: A relative

J6f whom I am very fond Is be. I I .

:coming a source of Irritation to TELEVISION I' (GUIDEMonday i SPa" 1' L U re.y .1

:me. She has developed a knack

.{or steering every discussion to:1e"

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8.11 Ch. 2 Sunshine I
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1:00 Ch. C I' 2.30 ChI: Doctor ,
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1:80: Ch. 6 Lucille Rail Ch 8 House Party Ch. I '
.THEATRE. TITUSVILLE Cb. V Walon Train Cb. 0 Day In Court 10:2S Ch. 2 New Spanish, Edwin Newman '1
9:00: Ch. Danny Thomaa 2:M Ch. 9 Hewn Lisa Howard 10:30: Ch. 2
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with Dynamite" 8 Woody WoodpeckerCh. Ch. I Search for TomorrowCh.
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THRU 5:25 Ch. 2 Oreateit Headline 12'48: : Ch, { Ouldlng Light :
WED TuesdayATTtRNOOX 6:30: \ Ch. 2 Newicope 12: :55 Ch. 2 N....., Ray rtinerer. TEi AiPyW
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Ch. I Girl Talk
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Ch. Film r..lu" Oh. 1 News,
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1:30 Ch.8 Mickey Evans' T.OO: Ch. 2 M Squad Ch. { Piuword Make a Deal < : IF WE LAST )HAT LONG[ ALL NIGHT LONG THE TINV BOAT WHSN THE SUN RISES, THEM
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Mareh 23, 1964 Tlfusvllle (Florida) Star. Advocate Page :I-B

:Indian River i City South Titusville I Happenings From Virginia
Spec Cth Cl William E. Edwards

: son of Mr and Mrs. J.
I Ester Edwards of 10S N Sun

Couple Plans Builds Own Home Hand, visited with his familytor OPENING

l v"''ral da\ last wetk BillIS

Larrv m the U. S. army stationed at
and Noel Lucas are i a
the Pentagon in Arlington Va.
young couple who live In thel
mil graduated from Ti
o\\n home at the ,corner of Del l lempire
Avenue and 'Vanguard lusville High School in 1958 and I INDIAN RIVER BRANCH
Lane enlisted m the Army in Augustof
Tney have two children
1061 He expects to return
Jeane aged 2Vi-years and
to on"than: life in August of this
4an aged IVt month*
Noel and Larry both year
(from Orlando and knew cacti

other as children. They bot! Repeat NewcomersMr OF First Federal I SavingsMON. i OF TITUSVILLE
went to the University of Florida and Mrs. Ralph Mcrrick

at Gainesville, where he have arrived in our city from
graduated in Business Administration e'a Georgetown S C. and have setup

and she in Interior Decorating a home at 409 Coquina Avi

and Art. After gradua They formerly were in this area MAR. 23 to FRI. MAR. 27

tiun, they married and moved and lied in Titusville before the

to this areaLarry's consolidation. Technically the _
father U part owner are newcomers because the New '"!' I....,.; S

in Kelly Builders, the well-known City was not yet in existence the I i i ii

!business firm in Mims where i first time they lived in Titus. ,.

Larry works. tub
t '
Noel designed their home and i"r"a He originally came from I'

prepared the plans while Larry t) Beaufort N. C and she came

actually! built the house himself', from Pennsylvania. He works
and they have a lovely home II i for the Canagen Dredging Cor '

is compact, spacious; well laid poration at Cape Kennedy will I t al r

out old beautiful whom he has been associated :along _
Larry likes to hunt and fish. time. Tills corporation has I __

Noel Is a Girl Scout Senior Lead II ramifications ell over the Southern ____

er and she wants to start an part of the United Stales and

Alumni Chapter of the Trl Sigma the Atlantic and Carribean Is.

Sorority and would welcome lands While working In King-

meeting members in this area. The Lucas family I Noel, Carol, Jan, Larry ton Jamaica the M< rricks met

the Richard Gardner family

In State Capital ago to visit her daughter and Whitaker of State Road U,S. 50 who( own the house ,it 409 Coquins -

Rev and Mrs. Claude E son.in.law in South Carolina. and James arm Betty Reid of 203 I
The in.law had heart attack The Gardners have loft our I .
Tcjan of 31 Royal Palm Court, san- a Indian River Ave and they
recently visited Tallahassee for and was hospitalized and city because Richard is dredging
oil and cleaned out
pitched in
Florida State University's Farni Mrs. Reid to with the somewhere overseas and
l went help I
ly weekend They and their children. the pool. Betty rewarded them Mariea Gardner is visiting her --.......

son, Paul, went to visit their[ -- ell by setting up m excellent folks in Jamaica and that is how. w' ''
daughter, Joan, a sophomore Pool PartyA chicken Barbeque and all that the Merrlckt came to livin. th"1 AT INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

majoring in Home: Economics went with It.CONSTRUCTION. See I.R.C. NEWS On Page 4.B .- -
Pool held he ." -
Party was at ( I < :
Joan is active in the Lutheran '
home of Harold and Betty
Student Association and Home
Whitaker at 205 Indian River
Economics Club. Rev
Tejanis If
Ave. We were intrigued by
pastor; of the Trinity Lutheran
Church here the name of "Pool Party" It Evening .
seems that what amounts to the
community swimming pool at ELECTRONICS ffj
From Orlando !
Mrs. Vivian Roach of Orlandowas their home, needed cleaning out FCC License and VA Training j1
and prepared for the ensuing
a weekend visitor at the r
hot weather. START MARCH 16th
home of Mr. and Mrs. WV. I y/;

James Sr, of 409 Pritchard St. So, Betty recruited Donald and

Susan Heacock of the Riverview Florida Electronic Technical Institute

In Hospital Trailer Park; her son and I 105 Street Cocoa
i. King Tel. NE '3720
Max Young of 537 Vanguard I.daughter.in.law, Jack and Ann w
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Lane, was admitted to Jess Par -
rlsh Memorial Hospital on March

19th for observation. Max is II I ORLANDO DIRECTORY III

Field Supervisor of the IRC Lit

tic League Ball Park and with
oj .

Tom:Walker last Friday it CONN ORGANS r
is hoped Max can come out of STERN'S ART CENTER LINE OF
the hospital soon. PICTURE FRAMING Earth Moving Equipment ; LADIES' COMPACTor
ORIGINAL PAINTINGSART Adams Construction c{cttctt'i&t : each $50

.roan I SUPPLIES:: PRINTS Equipment Co.Sales Savings Account
er $50 added
Mr and Mrs Joe Philpott NON GLARE CLASS A R.nt.lsf
have just arrived to live in our 465 No. Orange Ave. Orlando Orlando 1342 W.: Church 423-o47 I Keyboard, Inc. a ELECTRIC TRIVET
"" Organ Specialists Since 1M7
city at 205 Indian River Ave 501 N. Magnolia Ave FOOD WARMER TILEfor

They came here from Cocoa and AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLOOR COVERING Orlando 241.5474 each $100 Savings Account ,
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and Mr. Philpott is Assistant
ORLANDO AUTOMATIC --- PAWN SHOP Opened or $100 Addtd.
Manager of the Howard Johnson Do It Yourself and: Save! tri
Central Florida's Oldest and Exclusive Central Fl.'.. Largest Stock of Johnny Gentile's
Asphalt, Vinyl, Plastic Cork Tiles
Automatic Transmission
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4-B Tltut lll. (Florid) Star. Advocate Monday, March 23, 1964 News Column eglance. Bill M'>unty was presented Thursday evening at the local above candidates Indian River If you have real estate

The news being printed in this a service pin by Childressfor Civic Center. The meeting was Grange will confer the Third De to sell, or If you

H. D. Wonhop column of "Indian River )jand t-enty.five years as an active opened by Indian River Grange gree and Indian Mound Grange are
South lltujvllle News" is beingcollated Scout leader with Worthy Master William will confer the Fourth Degree. looking for choice real

I At a workshop held at the The meeting IllS then turned Rove in the chair '
Indian River News I by members of the estate, use our classified .
City Agricultural Center. West King Lit,le League Cub Scout Pack over to Bill Morton, who showed The following guests were welcomed ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only columns.

Street. Cocoa, last Friday Mrs. 310, and Boy Scout Troop 310. and explained the folder on : State Deputy Frederick lie each at the Star-Advocatd
Sue B Young County Home "American Hewa e". This fold VErney and Mn. District
: Verney
At the md! of each month the
: (Continued From Page 3-0)) Little League" Auxiliary
S Gardner hone. The regular monthly meeting Demonstration Agent demon- money derived for the month'snews er will be mailed to the scouting Deputy, John Cell and Mrs.

or the Womens' Auxiliary of the Mraled the painting of the will be divided equallybetween organizations this month to be Ceil" Richard Bessie Harold Gibson -
Plaster Moulds that had recently used In the mouth of June A Part Master of Vernon
Th. Howard Jon. Family IRC Little League was held last these three juvenile organisations
Howard and June Jones and Thursday evening at 8:00: p,mat been fabricated by members. A check:!' will be film strip depicting "American Grange No. 93, Pennsylvaniaand !

their!: chldrcn who live at 543 the home of Mrs. Shirley There were aotiut 30 women sent to the treasurer! of of each heritage' theme was shown to Mrs. Gibson and Mina
present representing nil the organization each month acquaint the Uadeis' with the Wager of Webster, N. Y.
Vanguard Lane have been here Kicker president, at 295 Byron
Clubs in Bievmd ; Re ,
: 7 years while Howard worked AvcI County TIt: fiber and mothers, relatives folder and its (( ntenU. Degrees were conferred upon

0 e for Tan American at the Cape. I I'res'ntl're Mrs Ricker, preventative fiom h.C: II D. and lends of our young After this Morton discussed the following candidates from

**' Before coming here Howard Murgie Walker, Sally Martin, Club were: lima. Put Canzano, citizens, are urged! to cooperatewith April theme "Cub Scouts No Indian River Grange: Eva Dorr i
Mis Marie Gilliam and Mrs. the juveniles by helping turalists". HI( assistant Mrs E H Bennett, Bertha Demond
held the Dodge end( Plymouth Mildred Welly and Juanita I
'. .... Mary Slaby then in collecting and turning in Brodshaw demonstrated pro. land Arthur Demonnd and Enid !
/: Dealership in Hope we II, Va. Young. In the absence! of Mar WE HAVE IT!
Soon after the (first of this garet Marcum chairman of tho the new! This column of( news jets which could be used at the Peterson; from Indian Mound 1

year Howard relinquished his Ways and Means Committee, Spaghetti Supper helped build the local library Pack meetings Grunge Mr and Mrs. O Weld
und helped for maintenance Riek Barieit, Cubmaster of man and Dee and Alfred F.
Margie Walker reported thut pay :
1 the job at Atlantic the Cape Service and took Station over plans wire being made for an The IRC HD Club will hold before lira County and City save Pack 310 displayed a birdhouse Bruns. THE ALL NEW 1964 HILLMAN MINXIS t

a Spaghetti Supper Monday, appropriations Teen,Town. built fur the occasion and Indian! Mound Staff
; got Degree
Auction Bazaar
newly built on Highway[ No 50, THE ONLY CAR IN THE WORLD WITH
Tht: tentative date for this e'nlnApril/ b aL u: Southern of
the intersection
tt function is April 25th. Definite the local Civic Center: U raise It is the turn of the I little) me of iety to be used on the Nature John Ceil in the Chair Indian AMERICAN AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONFOR I
Highway! No. 50 with Pine Lane
funds the 13revaul frail
fur County mc tu benefit. of Florida Memorial Carders River conferred the
plans: will be announced at a Grange
Howard and June
are very Hume Demonstration/ Council Turn In in Roekledge second degree with Harold Gibson UNDER $$2000 EQUIPPED!
active In Central Baptist Church. later date Other possible; moneymaking your news your ys _.

He is Sunday School Supcrin projects discussed by a Scholarship OOIlllio,1 towards Loan Fund the remodel-and for and they will turn it In I'the held The at Leaders'the' old workshop to be in tfie Chair. Come see it now'! Never so much value for so little cost'!

'cndent, and is on the Board of the ccnimittui( were a Lake Sale reporter fur editing and pub. Presbyterian Seven candidates: were absent
I Inj of the kitchen!, of the Civic Church
( in Roekledge
; on April
Deacons while June In W.M.U. and a Cance.M..r.ie htalion The amount of each (from the meeting for various
Center! The Scholarship Loan check 4th was discussed All Scout HOLLAND MOTORS
Assnclational President Howard ; Walker, Membership turned over to each organization reasons There were 24 members -
unit 1 is available to deserving
any Leaders in the Canaveral District
was viie-president of our Chairman reported that com every) month will be present from Indian River 1208 Hopkins Tllusvllle 267-6404
and individual
qualified needy are invited I
Little League last season and in plcte lists of prospective members publicized in this column Grange; 20 members from Ind- OVERSEAS DELIVERY ARRANGED -
who has satisfactorily Leaders
com from this
addition was field supervlser of were not yet available but area attending lon Mound Grange and five vis-! t
pitted High School und can the tt
meeting were Scoutmaster I.
the Little League Ball Park would bo ready soon Roundtabl.) tore Refreshments were served
quality ur CulliM- entrance' Glen
i r..i.dint Rukcr made the ful- Archer Asst. by the home Economics
'lh.< kitchen is bauly in need Adult leaders of Cub Pack Scoutmaster Roddy Northcutt I
wing announcements: Baseball Ccmmittces of Indian River and '
Ruby Hobson Circle ot repairs! therefore the Club 310 attended the monthly Kound Committeeman Bob Webber, COCOA DIRECTORY
uniforms being prepared by Indian Mound Granges I :
The Ruby Hobson Circle of the Auxiliary members must! be {feels: that improved kitchen/ laci table Meeting last Thursday Den Moll er. Mrs Stella Zirnfuss I

IRC Methodist Church was held 15th there 1 ties will be greatly appreciated evening at the Presbytefian and Cubmaster: Rick Barrett. Next Thursday, March 26th at
completed by April ,
last week\ at the home of Mrs. ty all who have occasion to use Church at Rockledge The mfct 6:30: p,m. the Harvest Supper of '
will be a work puny at the Ball
Estclla Futch,' 335 Key Largo 6:00 the Civic Center and its facilities ing was called to order at fc:00 Grang. Newt the two Granges will be held at Pianos Organs Guitar. Accessories
Held March
on J4tn at :
Drive Mrs. Wtinnie Jackson p,m ; the Field at tile end of pm by Jim Fatten, Field'' Executive Indian River Grange No 181 Palm Bay Civic Center follow HIFI) 1i'n"lr' Gibson J

had the program of "EasterMidiUtions" Stewart Avenue will be available This year agu;n, that expert Frank Childress' led and Indian Mound Grunge No ing which the third and fourth Stereo Guitar. 4

for by the Puny League Fojd: Chairman of the local Club, the group in the Pledge of Al 177 held a joint meeting last degrees will be conferred on the RicerdsPl USICSHO Band t
use ..... ... .
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Members present were: Mrs teams tie River Lanes Bowling( Mr Pdt Canzano, will be pre ytr

Dot Bohannon, Mrs Dorothy Alley und the Ml Stole will paring her famous meatballs and Expert R.p.lrs on All Bard: Instrument '

Davidson Mrs Barbara Cromwell help by furnishing Ice for the spa tin'ti sauce. Tickets are \ Winning Warm Friends For Florida Since 1950IIIIIIIr J! 58 S. Altantlc Phone SU 3-7731 Cocoa Beach I

Mrs Jean Hicklemoscr! C'ul'ssiStand M ir- available and may be obtained
Mis KlUabtth Holmes Mrs cum is temporarily; taking rgaiet chargeof < from any of the I..D. Club members ,\ \\ /,, cf) I AUTO SALES & SERVICE MOBILE HOMESNOVAI'RAILER'SALES "

Warm. Jackson, Mrs. Lois Sam, getting the Concession Stand :::::: Jlorlda

MM Wilma Shade, Mrs. Nancy stocked and ready lor opening -- I HUNTER 21 Different Floor Plans

I look, Mrs. Lstclla: Futch and It will be open during try-outs Prayer Fellowship ;: :; MERCURY, INC. I To Choose From
Mrs Jan Wolfe, and a visitor I Regular meetings of the Auxiliary s'v' }) LINCOLN rnonsi.Ar\n P\CKwnor -
The Women's Missionary CC1Ilenvies Lincoln Continental Lincoln I tU'ONA-NOIlIETTE: TITAN -
Mrs. Arthur Kesstn, of Muskogee will be held on the fourth -:: Ilc. TILDMONTr !: ,
Prayer Fellowship of the Sales Parts Service
., ,.
Michigan. : T. rr..
Monday of each mouth and the .y IMIti-rjr KM lat
Christian and Missionary Alii ; Good Used Car \JI.\ >, 01 ('..rolt I.. H. Va I
next will be
Vela Cleveland Circl. meeting once Clutch held a meeting in 1445 W. King Coco 636.238Z Tfl. Gill-MIIII l: l I
Monday, April 27th All memo 'Y1111\\ \ Welcomes
the social \\
The Vda Cleveland Circle of bers and all interested in becoming room at that Church AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION l
last Thursday It was work
the IRC Methodist Church was
members of the Auxiliary
held last week at the home of ; night for the ladies. Bandageswere PURE AUTOMATIC
are urged to attend these meetings You and Your FamilyRUSSELL
rolled for the
Leprosariumin MRS
Mrs. Frankie Daker, who servid TRANSMISSION CO.

as hostess. Program: "Local Upon adjournment delicious Viet Nam Used Chilstmas HOUCHINS To Your New Home! COMPLETE AUTOMATIC
cords! were soiled and made
Inter-faith Cooperation" TRANSMISSION SERVICEOn
was cockles and coffee were served Hostess
presented by Mrs Carol Alimle. to the members Mrs. linker. ready for Evangelistic work in All Mak.sFINANCING
Eqtiador I The State of Florida
Brotherhood Supper Work; Party Marie Gllliam was hostess for PHONE 229 For..t Ave, Cocoa 436-*944 CYCLE CENTERSNO
this meeting and she
The Brotherhood of Central served 267.7157' ''C,' MON E Y DOWN :3 to
yrt. pay
Baptist Church played host to Next Tuesday evening at 6:00: cake and coffee to the following .. BICYCLES SCOOTERS 603 Klnf Cocoa _

the women of the Church with a pm. there!.. will be a 'Woi memlicrs: Jennie Gentile, Martin < -' 11X10 Bibcock, Kau 6x111.
delickus > :" tnt Little League Ball Smith, Joan Smith June'' :: It t is our desire to -make you feel welcome Limbroth Scooters MAGNOLIA PLAZA, TITUSVILLBHalta
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\ supp Monday I'artZe.u airtr\n\,\::, .,. t- Schwinn Bicycles I --P a rta-- er v Aoceuorlet
evening. It was the Brother Park. All,dads and others initerestcd Hayes, Pat Braden,and Alice "* c ;v: .54and 0 New and Used "Need Two WtieeUT Met Ilamoant:*

hood's regularly)/ scheduled meeting In the welfare of the Forward .4i :- to acquaint you with your city.If Sales and S.rvlc.Repairs MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

younger citizens are urged to on All Mik.t

Herbert Walters president come and help. The adults will Wyatf's Ent.rprltot, Inc. Guitars. Drums. Banjos Etc-

was in charge of the evening's not go unrewarded for their Dr. Robert B. HogueOptometrist : Ned to Cocoa High School 632.0400 Gibson F.nd.ri! Cr.ltch, Martin.

program. Penny Kieffer soc tiO'ible' Coffee and what goes SlmgerUnd, Rogers, Kay

ial chairman; for, the Church with it will be on hand thanks you are new in the area, a phone CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Mammoth Stock of Shoot Mull

was in charge of the meal to the Women's Auxiliary' Announces the GOULD MUSIC CO.

Following a delicious nipper ---_. new call will bring you a prompt visit from CANAVERAL EQUIPMENT '109 King St., Cocoa, 4349213
of his office & SUPPLY Inc
everyone adjourned to the auditorium
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where Mary Lou Sanders inPIRTLE your local hostess. Please give her a call! Rontili Salts S.rvlc. OFFICE SUPPLIES

rendered a solo, followed by a

message given by G. A Rat- Ct666 TltusvilU PLAZA, Fla. She has maps and many free and wonderful ,I Sc.rfoldlnglMtrrltt I Island, Ph. 636.2093 I'KU''O/T urrteLhItle.ICNC (.u.
c' 11,111-1313
teree State Brotherhood President : .
There were approximately Office Hours Phone gifts for you from local businesses! ELECTRONIC TRAININa--- lllllitllla 5111.5340We
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Baird Mobil Hom., Inc. Watches
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With Over 80 Now and Used
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All '64 Model HOMES 50 x 10 2 Bedroom The Titusville Star-

savings arc compounded quarlerly. Fully Equipped Advocate, 1 1st in circulation

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RIVERSIDE AT BROAD TITUSVILLE Used Mobil. Homes and Equipment
Open f to 9 1
Route No.1 1 South of Tituslrille SuBoxy5436Coca_ 632.2'77Pop.

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M.iMIY, Much 23, 1964 TlfuevllleFkTldaSfar.Aehoeafo( ) PaN 1-.
.. Records / Sales
Winn-Dixie Healthy Increase In

*''' Local Entry Enjoys Cancer Crusade Chairmen, Workers Wir+Dixie[) Stores Inc. recorded 170 compji id with $63883374: 605 retail. and 8 wholesale units, a_year ago, I
a sales Increase of 504 during the same period in I -- ---- -----
percent of the 4.w eek period un increase of 3321796. 1963'1 .
Plans For April Drive .
Map. ended March 7 compared with\ Sales for the 36 week DAVIS LAWN SPRAY
the corresponding period a year ended March 7 totaled $ r E FfEIIAYE TOV
Cooking Sewing The 1064!) Cancer Crusade Co- Crusade. ago t, !912) compared Kith
$372,806,3171 EM
unty chairman Mrs. James The four area Beta Sigma Phi Sales volume totaled $69210 for the corre $TtxYSP Chinch
Armistead and vice-chairman. Chapters who are spearheading last year, on increase of $i7.. TNJ
I Brevard entry in the Mrs. Mayor City Manager, Chamber Virgil Schenck met recently this star's (drive I announced the C. Pierce; Phi Beta Mu, Mrs 45!,:503 or 4.79 pt.'rcl'nl. D Bugs
Florida contest held recently of Commerce: President and County with the chairman of the North following service chairmen and !Neal; Griffith and Doris Hooker \Vlun.Dixlo Stores, Inc., .
at Miami, Titusvilo's: Norm Commissioner and others, Brevard area, Mrs J. B. Ltut. co.ehairmenXi : Co-chairman for the clubs and .7-284 Fungus
J (Mrs. Jack) Larks wu only and prior to her departure, was which operates a number of
wyler. Also present for the Delta Mu Mrs. Bill Dug utilizations: will be Mrs. Phil a Worms
1U points away from the coveted presented a huge bouquet of gathering were Jim Maltbie and gun; and Mrs Paul Krone; Theta Seller und Mrs Hugh Wicker. supermarkets In this area now .
first place. Norma president of ruses And on Friday evening, Dun Clawion, representative of Omicrun, Mrs. Bill Sleeman and The drive Is stated to begin has a total of G23 retail Urn yV0fr Fertilization
I the extremely active Junior Woman she received a telegram of good the Moose Club and chairman of Mrs II T. McNcely; Eta Eta April 11th with l a kickoff breakfast and 8 wholesale units throughout .I w Vj'JTiU
'.s Club, placed third in the wishes from the membership of the business district for the Mrs Buddy White and Mrs. V: t for all workers. the South compared with KdJr
state wide contest out Woman's .
of six contestant the Junior Club. ---- --- ----------- -------
i *. The winner was '". '''i""'"
J Mrs. Miami and will represent .. .
on appearance while baking a w'NN.DIII. TORI* INC COPVRI' MT -5 4 iili.t
Florida in the Mrs America cake", the cake itself, menu plan- : t SAV4 ..
Contest later this year. nine;, table setting, sewing or
The beautiful former profes h3ndwnrk, and good grooming
sional model Is the mother of For the preceeding she received '
two children, Terri 5 and Kevin 10 points each and the following, EAR Y BIRD MLEII
3, and she and her family live she received 20 points each;
on Thornton Ave. Personal interview poise and
Norma said on her return personality ?
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(that she wa+ the only one in the Mr Larks said she had a
contest that had such a grand "lot of fun during the contest
send-off She was accompanied but it was very exhauhing. I aiiil! !!!:
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to Titusvillc Cocoa Airport am definitely planning to enter t I Reg. <
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,1"1 DINOFER Limit 2 with $2.50 oreS. Of mac j Great Wa .r.Uper Sore I Llmot 2 with, $1.50 OfO. Of more j Limit 2 with $2.50 orrJ.or more Limit 2 ot this low price { Dixie Darling Frtf Bolt.drlie.JJnalJJ

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_Pat. *-B Tltwvllle: (Florid)It".Advocst, Monday, Much 23, 1964

I No Spring Fever On This Page..These Ads Jump With Real Buys :.

For Rent GLAMOR GIRLS Mobile Homes NOTICEI Real Estate Real Estate

INFORMATIONDRADUNK will not be responsible for any

: I p.m. D.r B.lor 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED, SEE TIlE NEW 1964 bills Incurred by persons other BEDROOM' 2 BATH, central LUXURY LIVING, new brick
Publication For Wed. ftl. !Mims carporte, utility room, SKYLINE than
heat and air.. Phone 267-6120. veneer, 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath,
U A.M. Sat. For Man. FuMtmtloaWANT 1110 monthly. Inquire Bay Station : 51 X 10, 2 bedroom, $3605. Rodger R. Glover built in and dish.
range oven
or write Box 3 Scottsmoor. BUDDY Mar. 2, 9,16,23 (Mon.) 1964. r IMMEDIATE: OCCUPANCY. 3 bedroom washer and disposal Intercom
AD RATES 50 x 10(), 2 bedroom, $4195. 2 bath, airconditioned, with radio
AM and
I ciQti word FURNISHED: 3 BEDROOM.( 1 FM central
Minimum Chug per Mo bath carport, utility\ \ $110 monthly Fully furnished in modern decor. Plumbing Supply utility rooms patio, carporte, oil heat and airconditioned,
Free and set
delivery Long
'. Phone 267-0748 after 5 p.m. up. large fenced lot with citrustrees. wood burning fireplace, wall to
term bank financing. Leaving area, must sell. wall double
SEPTIC TANKS carpet, car garage,
'LARGE UNFURNISHED 3-bed 2488 Old Dixie Highway 2673389
ALL CLASSIFIED ADS fully landscaped, corner lot,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE room house, 2 tile baths, built- Skyline and Buddy Dealer -of pre-cast concrete, steel-rein 27500. For appointment 267-
Eiccpt Eitablttbed Account in range car port and utility 1221 No. U. S. 1, No. of Overpass: forced state-approved sizes 540 SACRIFICE 48,000 equity for $2500on 1928.
room, $125 month. 267-1928. Titusville 257-3081 Sals., 630 sals. 735 gals., and 1000 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida
Cliulfled. :J)1qJ1.,. Rat Arallabl gals.I : Grease traps 1 Instafled, tanks room with fireplace, double car LOTS FOR SALE!
OD .tiqu.itTh. SUITABLE FOR small businessand MOONLAND pumped and cleaned, drain fields porte and swimming pool. 267-
Sttr-Advoaau rMrv the home combination, 2 bed 'relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman 0467. 2 DOUBLE LOTS 80 by 100 or

any>rlvll BdverllMnMBt M' of I ""I.loW which or nJeotinw It J dMin room, 1 batb. Kitchen equipped. Mobile Home Sales Septic Tanks, Inc.. Phone AM 7- J BEDROOM, 1V4 BATH $14,550. single lot in Sun Valley subdivision -
objectionubtu: and to change tbclaulflcttlon 267.9940. 4421. P. O. Box 2016, Titusville, in Brevard County Flor
QUALITY HOMES AND close to school and shopping
of say tdv rtli.mant Florida ida. E. Lehto, 4649 Rc'dding St.,
(ram that ordered to oooform to COTTAGES bedroom, twin beds, SERVICE center. $100 down handles. Call Oakland, California
lh. policy of .this p.p.r. tile shower, living room kitchen, Arrow Realty, 267-7037. U. S.
Th. It&r-O\4voc.l.for will Dot brwponilbto screened porch. Fully furnishedand U.S. 1 North of Overpass Position Wanted Hwy 1, Indian River City, Flor. ATTENTION BUILDERS, 6 Jots,
nor than In-
correct InMrtlon nor will on It* be equipped.: $40 week, 2 per I Titusville 267-5695 ida. as is, $2200 each. Shady Oaks
liable for any error In adwtl- sons. Utilities and linens included subdivision, large storage warehouse
meets to a errataextent thaa Haynes Court, 714 N.Freeway 1963 14 ft. TRAVEL TRAILER. DEVELOPERSReal QUICK CASH for your house eq. and small house included.
the the cOlt Item of U th the* ipc.dyerUI.m.nt.occupied by New Smyrna Beach I Sleeps 4 adults, $895, can be Ulty, 2673262.OCEANFRONT. Call owner. 267-5963.
Garden 84612. financed, 267.:5198 or 267-4681. Estate Salesman RIVERFRONTNEW
Man and wife team Qualifiedto SMYRNA- BEACH LARGE LOT for multiple dwelling
Duefns.i ()fftc* 115 MelD Street 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH, screened I or community business. $200
Dial AM '- 8Jl porch, $125 monthly, no pets. bf MOBILE HOME: OWNERS take full charge of Sales & NEW 4 BEDROOM; waterfront down, $35 monthly. Also can finance .
Offlo Hour aoo: to 1:30: 2673355. f home. 2 baths screened porch,
LIVE RENT Process 'VA and FHA Papers building. Inquire, 2671481.
full double
dining ,
room garage
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UNFURNISHED NEW, 3 bedroom Through Mortgage Company. central heat and air-conditioning. ATTENTION BUILDERS
Animals town house, tiled bath, central 'I'd say fGood morning If I weren't $3,100 down $151 month. Estate size lots, minimum size 100x
heat and airconditioning with or It would FREE Write M.G.M., 205 Willow\ Ave., I RIVERFRONT: foer e choice
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150 Paved
start an argument Merritt Island, Fla. $1950. streets, no
without Near Pirtle Plaza. I residential -
ARC REGISTERED Chihuahuas range. 'I frontage magnificent
city taxes, beautiful Oaks and
2926 South Hopkins Ave. $135 monthly. 2671928. I $20 down payment and $20 a landscaping; and a seawall- Pines. Excellent
267. terms. Call Ed.
3559 after 8 For Sale For Sale month will buy your own full plus a spacious cottage with a
p.m.Boats Real Estate ward's Realty 267-3261, nights
IRC, 2 bedroom like new, no small acre mobile home lot at beautiful huge fireplace and 2-car garage
children or pets. 267-6149. 6-8 Id Christmas Park. Become 1550000. call 2677821.
For SaleFIBERGLASS p.m. WURLITZER CHURCH ORGAN FURNITURE 3 rooms of fln your own landlord. More than Acrtige OCEANFRONT: Modern 2-bed-
Series 20, with two tone cabinets, furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite 150 families now reside here.Don't room cottage in fine location, Real Estate WantedWE
15 ViFT. boat 40 OFFICES !FOR RENT in excellent condition, 100000. 7 piece dinette all only $13.8t>I buy before you see for NORTH OF MIlLS[ 1 reason- completely furnished $15,900.
liP Johnson motor. Heavy tilt. Purchaser will move. May be per month. Decor Furniture, 20tb yourself. Only a few lots left. able. See HAVE cash buyers, waiting
trailer at a real bargain. Phone PRIVATE AIRCONDITIONED office seen at Trinity Lutheran Church, N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian Rlv 2874f47.BUILDERS Margaret Kllkna or R. D. Paxton for lots zoned R2 and R3. Call
267-6151. suitable for mortgage Orlando Fla. er City. Phone 2677613. CHRISTMAS PARK ACREAGE, 2 blocks PAXTON REALTORS Edward's Realty 267-3261, nites
broker, attorney or accountant I Route :50 Christmas, Florida from country Club or lots with Specialists In Waterfront Property and weekends 267-7821.
Building & Con st. Part. time receptionist available FURNITURE Help Wanted Phone Orlando 275-1727 city sewage and water. Readyto 419 Flagler Avenue Beachside
267 2392. BRAND NEW overstocked. Must build on. Call Baker 267-5530. Phone: 428-8221 or 428.8142 Sale or Trade
NIDY CONSTRUCTION resident- sell 7 piece living room suites. or
lals, commercial and remodeling OFFICE SPACE. Good location. $119.77.3 complete rooms, $248.50, SALESMAN WANTED Attractive' HOUSES FOR SALE 8 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, 2 car. NEW AND--USED--
1.2 3 offices. AM .
12 years In Tltuivllle. Licensedand or room 75728. no money down, easy terms.Call proposition to Insurance Salesman ALLEN REALTY portes, built-ins cedar fence, in GUNS (repair and ammunition)

bonded. Phone AM 7-2326. BEFORE YOU DECIDE See 2675735. Call 2673986 or Real Estate Salesman. I Cocoa 636-3790 EDGEWATER. OLDER TYPE ..GARDENDALE. Small equity tt mile south Florida Wonder.
this downtown Titusville office. FRIGIDAIRE AUTOMATIC washer an appointment. Directions 12 miles west of frame house, Excellent condition and assume VA loan. 2677002. land. Indian River Gun Shop.

Child Care Air-conditioned, heat, parking, good condition call 267-1427. FEMALE HELP WANTED Titusville on Highway 50 at furnished, Florida room, } .BEDROOM. BATH, built in
$95. C. B. Davis, Realtor, Orlando Christmas, Fla.TRAILERS. double garage, carporte, paved SchoolsIBM
MATURED RELIABLE white nite-day CH 1-3336; Titus- SPINET PIANOSWant UOUSEKEEPER, LIVE In, 267-' street, forty-five citrus large lot. kitchen, carporte, 16 x 32 foot
lady to baby sit call swimming pool, fenced yard,
267-5780. vOle 267-7840. 16800. Park Avenue Realty 103
wonderful :5933 Of 267.5380.RELIABLE '
a spinet for
an well
deep $12,900. Terms can be TRAINEES needed. Call 1<
East Park Ave.. Edgewater. I'
CHILD CARE by hour, day or ROOMS FOR RENT economy price? Streep's have I, : MAID. Own : : ___ arranged. 2676690. 783-5575.
week. Indian River Heights the loveliest you've ever seen. transport. FOR RENT LAKEFRONT ESTATES has the
AM 7-3766. ROOM FOR RENT, 602 Tropic St. Brand new, guaranteed J5 years, ation. 73.30: call 267-6998 after -- homes) with advantages you'll SOUTH LAKE, corner house 3 ServicesBRICK
NLVt on sale for only $475 complete <_ '_.fill_ 2 BEDROOM: [, 2674575.: like. 3 bedrooms 1V4 baths at bedroom $400 down, $64 month.
For Rent ROOM can be MEN private. 267-5759.twin beds or including delivery. Choice of WANTED PART-Time Bookkeep. 02,600 $500 down $79.38 monthly ly. 4254 Alachua Ave. BLOCK and cement work.
hand-rubbed 1 BEDROOM: [ trailer with
decorator walnutor
ers for 3 to 4 hours In the evening including P and I., 24 year mort NEW HOMES in Forest Hills, 3 Free estimates. Yerger Construs-
FOR RENT CLEAN ROOMS: for working men. mahogany. phone Orlando : If interested please send Old Hwy. 2675597. gage. Large lots. Just south of and 4 bedroom, all electric, sod. tion. AM 75728.COOK'S .
424-2401 for tome
.. 267.0234. showing with ,resume to Personnel Manager,' MOBILE HOME with home like Whispering Hills Country Club ded and landscaped, 10% down,
Floor Sanders. Polishers out obligation. or visit Streep'sat Post Office Box 82. Titusville, room added, on corner lot very (Route 405)). George B. Barley, and low monthly payments WELL DRILLING Service

Phone AM 7-3255 I BEDROOMS.Private entrance SINGLE, refrigerator OR Double., ville 641 2670596.N. Orange or call Titus Florida. need Only apply.experienced bookkeepers Intellectuals.close in on U.2676441.S. 1. $24 weekly Inc., Titusville, 267.3622. 2676789.Chewning Construction Company, anteed., licensed 2673245.insured work guar

near Magnolia Shopping Plaza. GARDENDALE OWNER transferred
FACTORY Baldwin Shopping PAINT Center OUTLET I 2676633. CHANNEL MASTER\( Antenna CLRK.STENO: must have knowledge TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT 3 bedroom, 2 bath. airconditioned $1750 DOWN. 3 bedroom, air conditioned INCOME TAX: returns, accounting'and
Installed .
Systems. 2495. 267- system service. C-F Assoc
of typing and shorthand, 2 car garage. 267-7273. double carporte and
APARTMENTS FOR RENT ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen prlv 3577. must be able to meet public ---- iates. 2670271.
excellent family room. Mr. Evans. 267-
lieges, TV and washer. AM 7 working conditions, acre 3267.
WANT 4 MEN to share 2 bedroom 2283 after 5 p.m. SOUTH LAKE Maytag washer ply City Hall 525 Palm Ave. ap. $30 monthly, 267-3245. Hugh fireplace, cypress paneling, INCOME TAX and bookkeeping
machine, 4 cycle, cost $229, sell
newly furnished apartment. TV, -_ "tTV room, lanai, 3 bedrooms, 2 BRENTWOOD ESTATES
p airconditioning/ daily maid serv SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies for $100 new. 4254 Alacbua Ave. ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER, Oak ONE ACRE trailer space, $30 per baths and double lot, $1600 cash, 4 'well planned) models are now service Office 2673751.Resident H.- 267-3516 Burgess't&Associates. -.
for rent. Ml St. month, children welcome. Apply,
ice. 2676272. Orange 267. SMALL\ UPRIGHT Hill area, experienced. Send $102 per month. For appoint. open.Brentwood Estates is minutes .
3400. piano completely reconditionedand resume of experience to Box T, to R. E, Springman 2 blocks off ment, call Margaret Klikna, Paxton from downtown Tltujvllle,
NEWLY FURNISHED, air con- refinished. Terms to suit. Stsr-Adovcate. 50, Christmas Park. Rultora 1 419 Flagler Avenue, West on Garden Street. FHA INCOME TAX returns prepared.

PALM HOUSEAPARTMENTS dltlonlng, TV, Maid service, $30 KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC :SECRETARY; BOOKKEEPER: : Motor Scooter For Sale 8221.NEW or SMYRNA 428.8142 (eves BEACH.) 428- VA, 23-4 bedroom homes, from Phone 287-3183. $3.00 and up.
$85 Includes
2126 W. monthly.
weekly. 2327 S. Washington or Tropic 267-6385 permanent position with estab. -- every Continued; In Next r.g.'e .
call 267-5407. REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS lished construction company 267. 1959 LAMBRETTA, motor scooter, LARGE 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath thing. :267-7142 or NE'6-8385. '

LOW rates, clean rooms for work- washers, dryers (almost any 2902. less than 5,000 miles $125 firm double carport on beautiful 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath, new low
Some Furnished men. $10-3. Call 267-6185. make). Buy Em Wholesale plus MALI HELP WANTID price. Call 267-5303 after 5 p.m. woOCed lot in Whispering Hills. down payment. Nicest section in I
1429 Oak Terrace, 2671935.
service. T.V. Service Center, I TituevUle. Forest Hills. '207-3564
Children Welcome! WAREHOUSE FOR RENT Moving StorageLOCAL x
2115 Garden St. 2673883.
._ BULLDOZER OPERATORS, must LOSE IN 3 bedroom one bath ENVELOPES Business\ 'SIzes _
STORAGE SPACE in metal build ITS TIME TO FERTILIZE com- I be experienced. 2672845. AND LONG distance home. Hardwood floors double I Aho KraftBnvelqpes with : VJ
Titusville, So. U. S. 1 ing on Nevins Court, rear of post. 3 bags for $1. Nichols Poultry Moving, mov carporte. Fruit bearing trees on clasp 1f'J
SECURITY GUARDS ers. storage packing, for imaUine.Full stock
Star-Advocate building. Avail Farm Closed : 267- 1 former mil generous size lot. Owner within. at SUr- I
shipping, cold fur crat
able now. See H. H. Hudson 2367. itary or police experience, pre- storage 19 DeLeon Avenue Advocate.
at Star-Advocate. ferred. Part time and full time ing. Freo estimates. 2673341.
UNFURNISHED in Whispering NEW 1964 COLOR T.V. $359.:50 work availble In Cocoa-Rock- Brevard Rldgeway Mayflower.If NEW BRICK duplex, move in today
Hills. 2677661. For Sale W. T. plus service. Buy Em ledge area. $130 per hour. Write both sides have 2 bedrooms, I JESS W. CHILDRE

: 2 tt. ROOMS FURNISHED, $65 Wholesale. T.V. Service Center, Box G, Star-Advocate. you have ,rental dining room, air conditioning/ and
monthly, IRC, 267-3463. BUNDY CORNET and case cheap. 2115 Garden St., 2673883. ------ heat, carporte and utility, live Moving? CIAL.'ToS mu I LDCH
GRANTS NEEDS salesmen for
267.0180 after 5:30: p.m. appliance housing, list it in rent free. Call Edward's Realty. _
GENTLEMAN TO SHARE 2 bed. WHY BUY used appliances that and TV department. I 267-3261. nights and weekends
room apartment. $15 weekly. 267- HERMES 3000 portable, script has been demonstrated for Guaranteed salary plus I commission The Star-Advocate! call 267-7821. I

4164 before 6 p.m. I type. $75. 2673864. months on the floor at high health. Company Insurance benefits, retirement, group LOW LOW RATES I I II 1 .... :<1::
prices when you can get the
appliance -
i want wholesale and benefits, no experience neces ,
you Service
in the carton with service I from a sary. We will train. No phone AWNINGSFor

Westwood Manor dealer you know. T.V, Service calls Apply W.Interviews T. Grants from, Pirtle 95 Plaza.p.m.: : WANTEDWaitress I E Compare Our Rates
Center 2115 Garden St., 2673883. Home or Trailers Cab-

FENDER PRECISION electric Insurance for luncheonette. anas Carports Utility S Free Estimates 240' Main Street frontage

base guitar. Blonde finish with I Excellent Working Condi- Screened and Florida Rooms. 400' spur tract. 87,120 square I
accessories, plus fender leather I RUSSELL Lowest Interstate Rates From'' feet of space. Will sell all or
Old Dixie HignwayBrick case. Base guitar, list price $279; tions, vacation with pay, No Money Down! Brevard County I I I part. Zoned B2, ideal for I
guitar case, list price $60; worth I INSURANCE Company Benefits! UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAYI! '
near $350 sacrifice at $200.. Excellent Inc.20b1 FOGARTYBros. contractors plant and storage
condition. Call Ron, 267 I Apply in Person at N. Brevard Awning Transfer Inc yard, wholesale warehouse. ;
Homes, 3 bedroom 2 Full Tile Bath 0331 or 267-7135 after 7 p.m. So. Washington Ave. ,
W. T. Grant Co. Sales CALL COLLECT! Call J. W. Childre Realty
(Colored) Central Heat, Built-in Range ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only Phone 267-6720 267.6333 or 267.2779 Cocoa NE 6-0713 AM 7-2541
Pirtle Plaza Titusville
2Sc eaca at the Star-Adrocat Eau Gallie 254-3133

wi Hood, Sod Lawns. Shrubs, Choice of Office. Mobile Homes Brokers Invited J

Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. TRAILERS FOR SALE BE SAFE! II I ,

HAYES "North Brevird's Oldest Real Estate Service" I
Also F.H.A. Homes from $13,750.00 to II
New and Used Mobile Homes BE SURE!
$14,500.00 $450.00 Down. Ready for &Z
8210 E. Colonial Drive

Occupancy Luxurious Town Orlando 277-9671 I _ Deal Only 1'lJleqc( J!, I

53 FT. x 10 ft. 2 bedroom mobile
-- 267-5437, 267-5293, 267-2802 House Apartment home, screened in patio. $2300 With AREALTOR Tllepllon..ur72011. I
equity for $1.000 and take over.
payments. 2677186.Wanted.


symbol for your yours now! Three bedrooms, 2 baths with '

S HEAT AND protection. It signifies 8 all electric kitchen, central heat (air optional).
HOME SUBDIVISION We need salesmen for appliance integrity Brick veneer. Double garage. $15,650 with only

S 3 BEDROOM, U4 BATHS and TV depart and high professional $750.00 down. Excellent conventional financing.

Featuring: ments. standing. Deal only OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS. You can qualify.

LIVING ROOM, with a Realtor Only a

LARGE 75' z: 110' LARGE POOL KITCHEN : $75. salary and commis Valuable records? Phonograph Realtor displays this seal 2. Check on the FHA acquired homes being remarket-

: sion. or office record when we ed. Several are row available for purchase.

Company benefits your valuable' Items will arrive Inc. 3.. Listings wanted on property with 150 x 150 suitable !

WATER Etc. is within walking distance I .Group health insurance safely, Cill for details,now. Bryan-Conway: & for.business. Preferably on highway. !
to new shopping center Winstead, Inc.
Retirement benefitsNo Think cf
and Schools. Campbell Associates, 4. FOR LEASE Practically new two bedroom, air I

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY Inc. conditioned house. $110. month plus damage de

$150 per Mo. experience will train necessary you. we FIDELITYSTORAGE J. W. Childre, RealtorS posit. ,

: TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on For Information Call: No Phone Calls Please! & TRANSFERDAY Sydney Schwartz Beach

U-S. 1 to Mima. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more Interviews from 95pm. Danenburg's I

: call mil:67.to our 586.entrance on right. For free information G. M. BARLEY Apply: Mr. Smith OR NIGHT Edwards Realty Realty 1a".c""ItI!J & uaJ j *Jnc.



AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK AM 7-3622 Tituivllle VAN LINES M. N. Weir & Son. lac. Dial AM 7- 2011 Day, Night or Holiday I

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Continued From Proceeding Fag .... "- ., -, -, CITY OF TITUSVILLE

" Classified PUBLIC NOTICES Notice of Public HearingThe

AdvertisingServices l\ Tilt fOCHT or Tilt:. NINTH- .. City of Tltjsvllle will hold a public hearing on Tuesday,

IV: TilE CIMCriT COtttT OF TUB: IglnaJ Answer or Pleading In the office iv in* .mft'11 ene-iti or Tilt: IV TICS flEetlY" C III liT OF THEM ': ,111.\1.: I lint tIP 1'1 \ .... ISles\. April 14, 1964 .t 7:30 p.m. In the Council Room ta hear Interested
IIKt.t IT IN MKKtAHII tilt 'Tt'r."KID
JIIVTH' Jvuues.ea rmrriT. is of the Clerk ofCirouit. Cdurt, on 1"ITJr ..jrnH-i. mrrir IN Nl'oTiO "lll" \I.
Alt r..* _.".-_ CO I,: STY. or Before the 14th day. of April, .\ > !> OK RHt.\ \KII till lTi.rI.iislii .\ > visit. /HHKKI IO\TI' In Chancery Mo.' TO 2754'uieTif'itt IIKFKMFRXC1S > persons in regard to:
LORI CA.tis.sNOKNS. 1M4I If you fall lo do eo. judgment 0.Il4.'ve.kitk
Yen' tirrt by default will be> taken agalnetoui \4>. tlL1iNi5tIe'5 ; oiiecutIoT; MMIIfH: IM1I1MXTICH :\ JF.HRY 8IIIVKHVlalntlff: A request to rezone the following described: property from It*'
ROOFING PAINTING additions FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND for the relief demanded m the .11
LOAN ASSOCIATION OF ORLANDO onmlalnt. FRANKLIN BAKBR.: IV rtBtlrlTlOX VI. present B.1A (city) classification to a CO (city) classification
and general All
repairs. work Plslntiff IIAHllY F. SMALL.
Done and Ordered at Tltuivllle, MINES ELIZABETII SHIVKH.
: a. comoratlon.
guaranteed, free estimates,,llcen- uiutirn Florida, tbla 13th, day of March V8MNNIE PlaintiffVS DftfrncUnt to allow a service station.
aed and bonded. 267-3411, "'" 196* SUE!: C. BAKER.Defendant !' I I TO'AGNKS: ELI3APKTH: HHIVKIiHK81DKNCC
WILTON K. AVI8 anil BETTBM. I. Curti. R. Barnes HOSE MARIE SMALL. : : UNKNOWN For property on Garden Street at Grinnli Avenue and Slat
T.V. SERVICE AVI! S. hll wife. et al.. Clerk!: of Circuit Court. TOt LINNIE!:' lalll C. BAKUH: DefendantTO NOTICE! tit IIKHKIIY UIVENI
CENTER 267- Defendants. By V. a .!Mpangler! D.C. 711 Has 4th Streak : ROE MARIE SMALL' I hat. a Complaint for UlMtrcr anilDecree Road 406. f.
3883. Home service calls only NOTICE OK stir (COTJRT SEAL) Alma. Uenra-la H90T Westchester IMke of Ownership ai tu tits following I-

$2.05 with this ad. All repairs STATE OF FLORIDA Maa 18, 23, SU Apr. t (Mon) 1561.l YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat YOU Havertown ARK HEREbY Pi-nnnjUanla NOTIFIED described t property, lowllI : This" application hat been mad by Mr. Jo. D. Mathonv.,;
a Complaint for Divorce has I.on thirty five thirty sis and
guaranteed in writing for 90 TOc JOHN MOUINARO d/bya been filed I acmlnat you and you are that an Amended Hill of Complaint' thirty seven, In Black Two of the Legal Rtpreientativo of Gate Petroljm Company, Inc., and with
days. Mollnaro Con. Co. hereby required. to serve a copy of for Divorce has been filed analrm rial: of Melbourne, Court, In P4'o- 1'1.'
Mrs. Bill Carroll.
Reililenae Unknown l\: turn riKfi ir CI.CHT OF TUB :your. Answer to the Bllh OS Complaint yns and :you. are hereby rrq'ireI' lion Five Township Twenty] I permission of owners Mr. and
PAINTING expert, reliable and :Mtri Jti> I \11 4-i (rl'IT itN on the Plaintiff Mtorntv to serve a copy of your Aniwrr to Hlajlit Range Thirty seven Rant I ;
You sri hereby. notified that a .\ U. POoH HKt.".tRI' tot >T\, nil tn tile the original Answer In the Hill of Complaint on the Plain ,nccor.llni to the Pint of H..",,...!. The legal deserljtlon of which It: SVa of Block 11, Rice'
work. Estimates '
satisfying gladly. !- Cult tan DMI lied t. .lnNt In .
yoi I.ORJUA the offloe of the Clerk of thecircuit tilf sstteroeyan l to file the orlfInal Ilrrard County. Florida I'ublli'
) AM 7-0776. tho above entltlBd cause. _(U that IN" 'II''IIRY' Silt tW.1l Court on or before the 24th day of Answer In the office of t the. Hiror.l. I Addition to Titusvlllo, lens and except that part East and
you are required to file your answer IN RB- PETITION OF EDWARD April, 1U04. If you. fall to do so, Clerk of the Circuit Court on or !b.- ma Ponl Automobile Sfrlal I
SINGER SEWING Machine Co., with lh, Clark of this Court and to 0. ABDVLLAH FOR TilE: AUUP- Judgment. by default will be taken for the 17th day of April. 1l. If Number 3UH4xluuMl:: North of rfsU'oad lens and except that portion of the a-
serve t copy thereof upon the plaintiff TION OF GARY O. LEE.: A against. you for tue. relief demandedIn you fall to do so, Judrment by dr-
sales and service. Pinking shears. or plaintiff attorney. wtaoa. MINOR. the Bill of Cotnnlalnt. fault will bn taken against you. for hoe been film asalnit you" (tti* I boys described property lying within the Road Right of
etc. sharpened. Phone AM 7- r.m. and addrtu !I. Olle. Hadrlck :.NUTICK' : OFIIOPTIOX DATED at Tltusv.lle Florida, this the relief. demanded. In the Amended Plaintiff In the above styled Court
2244. Roblnaon. lOt Malt Church Street I-KOI HIHINI** :2//fI f,.v if Murah. W4. Ulll of Complaint. and you are hereby. required toeere Way of State Road 406: He presently located in.! accordingto

Orlando, Florid.. not latvr thanApril ., TO: MIT. OLE: K LEE (COURT SEAL) DATED at Tltusvllle. Florida. a oopy of your WILLIAMS ANMWKIl A nr plrn.l-(' (. the) plat thereof recorded Plat Book 1, page 6, Public
S, 1964. If fall to do o Inni upon
FREELP bottled gas Installation. you TS5 East Ann StreetVatlota. CURTIS R. BARGES: (hi. n dav of March lw>4.COl'HT I'. O liox S1H Melbourne Fiori.'...
a Decree Pro Con f..eo will heeeter' CUKTI BAHNK3 Record of Brevard County Florida.A .
209 N. U. S. No.1 de.nianded Ueorgla ( SEAL: ) Attorney for the Plaintiff and file
Titusville. ed for the relief
aolniit you YOU AJUii Ifl-.ltKUY; ; : NOTIFIRD (Clerk Circuit CourtBrev..rd CLTHTIt 16. BAHNKH: and
In the Complaint.: Thli autO I (the) original AMUWUIl In the Officeof public! hearing will be held the Planning Zoning-
Suburban Gas Service. .
Propane that the' ahove-named )'etitloneRDWARD County Florida.By fl.KKK: CIRCl IT COURT Clerk of the Circuit, Court.
I. to foreclose .... The realproperty (the
a morl.
8 1964.
V. 8 Of. April
267-6411. U. ABDULLAH, oCocoa Spsnilfr MKEVARD COUNTY. TltUBvlll Hrevard County Florida Commission on Wednesday ,
procadeid: xalnil tot; '
Beach Urevaril County Florida FRANCES ANN JAMIESON FLOItlDAlly
before the 31 clay of March
Alii thai. certain tract or parcel hae filed a Petition In the Attorney, for Plaintiff Nettle Jh II.D."uty on or If fall lo do a l>rrre.
1MM. so.
Used Cars & Trucks of land !la Lots 8, T, S) and S, abova-atyled Court for the adoption Poet Office Bon lIt Clerk I'm! Confeaso you will be taken all ln"t
Block 1, Plat of BellBwooil ac of the minor child named therein Cape ('Canaveral PlnrlitnMar theComplaint. CITY OF TITUSVILLEBy
FRANCES!:! ANN: JAMIESn.N lor the rellrf ilcmamled I In
cording to plat thereof, recordedIn and you axa required'' to how cauae 23 31), Apr. 6. U ,i Mon)' 11<;4. you .
Attorney for Plaintiff
VOLKSWAGON, 1960, clean, $930. Plat Book t. Far 28 PubllirKecorda why the mine itinuld, not be granted Fort Offloe Don 1:11: Margaret Cooper
WITNESS: haml. anil offliMnlseal
267-3235. of Brevard< County, by serving a copy of your written mv
Florida and bring In Section, 12. flefeneee! II any .upon FRANK Read Star-Advocate Classifieds! Tape. V Canaveral I FlordUAlar. 0 Man. 19R4. at Tltusvllle. ., Florida this 2;:It City Clerk
111. 23. 3U. Apr. (
1963 PONTIAC CATALINA. sporta Township 23 South Range aj MWOLPK.:. Attorney for Petitioner, ,liny of February 1944.ItOtHT .
Bail, In B..rd County. non-. EDWARD.: 0. ABDaLLAH, P. O. : SEAL)
coupe with automatic power Ida described ae followa: Box 757 Cocoa Beach Brevard -, JUHT1H R. ItARNRaCLKKK Mar. 23 (Mon.) 1964.
steering and brakes. Radio, factory Commence, at fan Iron: pipe art at I INo.tberly County, Florida, S29J1, and by filing CIRCUIT COURT
air, all tinted glass seat the point. I Intersection of the original thereof with the Clerkof lly V. H. Hpans>r
line of Lot 8. block before the 7th Deputy ('IcrkMar.
laid Court on or
belts. Less than 6.000 actual 1, Plat of Bellewnod according I day of April A.D. 19H4; otherwise CITY OF TITUSVILLE 2. e, 18, 2.1: (Man) 1064.Club.
miles. $1200 under original cost. to plat thereof recorded In Plat a decree may be) entered against ---
Call Ronnie Boyd. 267-0653 after Book 3 1, Page 25. Punllo RMonlB- you granting sold adoption.
Brevard County. Florida* and WITNESS! my Hand and seal of
5 p.m. or 2671211. Financing art the Eaaterly right of way line aid Court at Tltuivllle, Krevard Notice of Public Hearing & Notices
ranged. of the State highway No. 5 County, Florida this the 6th day of Lodge I
' .U.8. 1) thence run., South 21* 15' March A D 1964. I
51 CHEVY, good condition, dependable Bart along Baattrly line of rightof CL'KTIS R. BARNES, CLERK *
The City THutvllle will hold public hearing Tuesday
for local transportation. way of mat, Highway No. SUS. OP THE CIRCUIT COt'RT 4n a on ,
Call 267-5456. ( No. 1)), aa presently tolo NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT April 14, 1964 at 7:30 p.m. In the Council Room to hear interested
cated, a dlttance of M feet a BY Bertie HallDeputy
1950 CHRYSLER, $50; 1956 Plymouth point, aId point being the pointof Clerk persons In regard to: ROTARY CLUB TITUSVILLE GARDEN CLUB
$60; 1954 Oldsmobile convertible beginning of the land conveyed fCOURT !!SEAL) YOHK-RITE BODIESOf

$75. 267-6998. .hereby.oontlnue From aald South point, 21* 15'of FRANK M. WOLFEAttorney A request for a Special Die Permit to allow a Rental CarAgency. \lJ; MEETS THURSDAY Cen.ral invIting; all circle 3ndM
beginning I! forth Breverd
for PetitionerP. : >ni1ny of Oct., Nov., Feb.. March, County
East along said right of way line C' 12T.. M.
1959 FORD pick-up F600. Phone O. Box 757 : May. Tim and pine to be announ-
267-2845 noon weekdays. I a dlitance of 200 feet to m "oint.th.nce ,, Coooa Beach Florida 82931 if...1.l Kxrcullve': Hoard. last Tuesdnji -- --
'61 FORD V-8, automatic 2 door a distance run of a 160 Boutheaatenly feet more on Mar. I ,1S :23, 30 (Mon.) 19 4.MENDKD This application has been made by Glen L. Flyer with permission WhisperIng Hills Country Club i'nch, month October thru May Indian River Chapter No.: ''57

sedan radio heater. $200 take by Ie., right to a point angle> feet measurement Boutkerly. of owner, D. S. Ntsblt Dick Slmonet, Pres. Mrs I. A. Rlg-oll President.' ROYAL ARCH MASONS

_over payments. 267-1825. taken from the Southeaaterly .% MITICK or $M.K H. T. Walker Sec'y .
corner of the building< known .. 26970 For property at U. S. tie 1 South and Garden Street (Standard -- Clifford Yoder, High Priest
Townsend Auto Parts "South Motel Building. with ala SORORITY
Notice I. hereby given that pur- Station). Gill William
Newer Used Parts unlta", tbenca rua a line la a uant to the. Order Amending FinalDecree Titusville Chap. No. 6 BETA SIGMA PHI SecretaryMeets
Northerly direction a dlitanceof
of Foreclosure and Sale en'tered The- of which In Lot 1 Block A Coleman's Meeting Itt and 3rd 3rd 7:30 P. M'::
Top Prices Paid For 188 feet more or toga, to a In the cause pending; In tho legal description 1. Wednesday :
Wrecked & Burned Cars polat. which laid .90101.11 18 feet Circuit Court. In and for UKEVARD Addition to Titusville. O.E.S. Thursday 7i30: P.M. at Masonic Temple, Tltusvllfe
by right angle measurement Florida. In Cb Cane .
County ancer
y .
Free Statewide Teletype Service from the SoutheanUrlv corner of Docket No. 26970 the. undersigned VIOLET KLOSS, :.'e.w'i. : ; .. HIRAM coththirR.&S.M. ;;:
U. S. Hwy No. 1 N. 6 Miles a concrete block pump hou.* Clerk will aell the property situate. A public hearing will be held before the Planning and: Zoning Worthy Matron it l-rMlilrnt
thence line North 18 10''Veat
run a In laid described, ..: ..n.HtAII
Titusville 267-1351 a dlatanc of 115 feet more Lot 2.county Block C. WHISPERINO Commission on Wednesday, April I, 1964. Mrs Mary Alice Klltler. ftecty I ; TIJF.T.rHI. )" .
or leaa, to a point opponlte the OAK, Second Addition according Beds lot and 3rd Tuesday, I P.M. :Bury Jane. livmuleITiMiMrnt R. V. Bakat
Wanted To Buy point of beginning, by right to a plat thereof, recorded In at Masonic Temple Thrice Illustrious Matter
angle measurement: thence" run Plat Book 12. page 104 of the CITY OF TITUSVILLEBy ,\M 14111T \:
a line South 65* 48 Weal and .
Public Record' of Brevard \ V.tolille : \
USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto parallel to Northerly line of said County Florida.TOGETHER Margaret Cooper l''sn' r.... Gill Williams Recorder
Lot t a distance of 276 fe>t, moreor
Parti. AM 1.3686.Work I.... to the point ot beginWITNESS with all flxl....". City Clerk Indian River Aol 1-ifllU Meets 2nd Wednesday at 7:39 P.M.
attached to or used In connectionwith
nib. PHI IIIIT111:
mv hand am.* the seal said premises, Including. the Ledge Ne. 90 essin Sellers Prenlilenl. Masonic Temple, Cocoa

Wanted of County.thla. Court Florida, ai, Tlluevllle.thl)- 28th Brevard day of One following OK :Refrigerator, Electric Mar 23 (Mon.) 19.4. F. & A. M. lill.lelte BREVARD COMMANDERY-- --

February 19 4. Model LAS11R, Serial OR618249 Meets' 2nd A 4th Thursdays 7:30: '.
No. :24 K.
TYPING OF ALL KINDS, photo- COURT SEAL) ) Masonic Tempi T. 'T
One OB: Range, Electric, Model District No. 39
stat work work make
copy CURTIS R. Clerk
TS Jaime K. Stewart MasterW
J40181 Serial >17151. Lacy Ramer, eminent Commend'r
up to 300 copies easily manuscript Gild..By Hedrlcle Bertie*Hall Robinson D.C. One Duo-Therm Wall Heater, Frank Darden, Beefy. Florida Nurses Ann.
typing neat accurate reasonable Model 336-8, Herlal 1131524
109 East Church. Street. Gill WlllUmi, Recorder
Call 267-3751 nites 267- Orlando, Florida One Mercury. Kitchen Exhaust Meets First Tut.of 'J ,n

6253. Attorneys for Plaintiff Fan,, no model or aerial numbers. CITY OF TITUSVILLE each month I Meets 4th Wednesday: 7t39 P.M.

Mar. 2. 9. 16, 23 (Mon) 1&64. Eleven Venetian minds, metal 1- Junior ChamberOf p.m. MasonIc TempleCocoa 'I'!

CARPENTER 15 YEARS experience manufactured by Roberts Awn At 'FIrst Federal Savings anil Loan
ciHCtriT ror T OF TIlE
iv THB .
desires to relocate in. this NINTH' jfi>irMT. rmctiT; ... Ingand Venetian mi nit Company ,Notice: of Public HearingThe Commerce President Dorothy romter, R.N.Htnretarjr '

area. Arnold Dixon. Rt. 1 Box AND- .On ilK t-\: HI' OIUTV, model, or Orlando aerial number.Florida,, no Earl Spencer, Pres. UarU Mlllnr, H.N.CZECHOSLOVAK. PILOT CLUB
ELO Si O.k Phone AliI 7-111'13'
67B Plant City Fla. at public sale to the highest .n CHANCERY: XO. IHS Mrt. Jones Prei.
Su' Betty
NOTICIIMETTIS bidder for cash between the City of Tltusvlllo will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, Steve Pentane ,
NOTICE OK INTKNTION: : TO houri of eleven o'clock In the forenoon Citizens Bank Building
HMtlMTtK, MCTITIOIH N: \\,,; L ANNAS. Plaintiff and< two o'clock In the afternoon April 14, 1964 at 7:30 p.m. In the Council koom to hear Interested: AMERICAN! CLUB Meeting 1st and 3rd Wednesdays
In compllsnce with House Bill No. on the 8th day of April 1964, Meets Every Thursday 7:30: P.M. 12:00 Dixie Hotel
1175 Chapter Number. iu93 L.... of EMILT ANNA'" I at the Front Door of the Brevard persons in regard to: Of Tituivllle
Florida, Act. of 1941k\ the undersigned DefendantTo 'ounty Court Ho.... In Tltusvllle, -- 511 Granola Ave. Executive Hoard Monday\
will register with the Clerk of : Emily Annas Florid A request to rezone the following described property from Its TIPUSVILLE POST IO. I Before lit Wednesday
the Circuit Court. In Brevsrd County COURT SEAL
of 2539 4th AvenueiLongvlew ( RU.1 ( ) classification to R.2 ( classification Regular. meotlnM 2nd Wednesday of I .
Florida, upon receipt of proof Station) CURTIS R. BARNES present county an city)
D..blle.tlon. ot Ohio nottce the fol.iowtn Hickory North Carolina Clerk. of the Circuit Court. to allow a duplex AMERICAN faith month. Hall open each ',"..,Iay, TITUSVILLE
fictiti ouena me. to-It I I"Tltu.vllle You are hereby notified] that a By I V. S. 5paelerDeputy G 'Tburnlay and Knturdny evening atI PUBLIC LIBRARY
l4ardwsr. Co. under Complaint for Divorce has been filed Clerk p.m. |
which w. ar. en..d In buutnee.at against are requiredto Daniel Thompson a Mitchell For property on Pritchard Street. LEGION Clucks. Jlrhm
Titusville, Florida, and that the serve a 0',0d.l: : your Answer or Attorney for Plaintiff 1421 Dree Road

Interested undersltned In said are bu the>lne only... perioni Pleading en the PUIntlffi ..ttorn.y."obn BOO Jacksonville Atlantic Bank 2. Florida' Building This application has been made by Mr. Richard Clinton, legal Harry Paul' Byars Teetrlck., Adjutant Comilr., VETERANS OF WORLD WAR I HOUDS: '
A. Steed <4T> Ballard Drive.
Dated at 'lltusvllle. Florida, thli Eau Oallle. Florida and fill the or- M.r.3: Mon) 1964 representative.The Meets lit anil, 3rd Tuesday BARRACKS 1196Q Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. 8:00: p.m.

201 b day Mr.of* March Mr. Q..A.B.D. Ford 1964. __ Let.!Ion. Hall I. S-.p:.m.Woman's Meets first Wednesday Saturday 9 a.m. 1:30: p.m..

Mr. M... H. C. Ford legal description of which Is: Lots 10 and 11, Block 51, : each month, American -- Tltuaviiie ---- "
Mar. :M 30, Apr. 8, 13 Mon) 1964. CITY OF TITUSVILLE Revised Plat of Indian River City, as recorded In Plat Club of Legion rdlllsh Ilall Luncheon.with Cover.1 pm Loyal Lodge Order No.t5Jy1Ty41' 1962 Of. ..

Book 4 at page 12. Titusville, Inc. L. E. Pepper Com dr, MOOSE1dec15 '."'''

FOR SALE! Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be) hold before the Planning and Zoning Meets 1st Monday of Each Month --Tom---Watson, Qm.- --- J Tuesday I p.irui;:

Commission on Wednesday April 8, 1944. October thru May TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUB 1 Mile North. of Mime on U. S. 1
3 LOTS160'x 105'on Th. of Tltutvlll will hold public hearing on Tuesday """"""
City e Mrs.[ J. J, Condes, Pres. Jim Maltbie, Governor ,

St. Johns St. April 14, 194 at 7:30: p.m. In the Council Room to hear interested CITY OF TITUSVILLEBy 7:00: p.m. Thursdays Charles F. Jacobs, Sec'y. i

250' W. of Hopkins Ave. persons In regard to: Margaret Cooper PYTHIAN Flotilla Restaurant ;
South Lake : 3rd Wednesday
ZONED: INDUSTRIAL A request to reion the following described property from It.pral.nt City Clerk SISTERS .: 3. H G. Bcnzcnhafer each month t tt

WAREHOUSING R.1 (city) classification to a B-1 (city) classification to Mar 23 (Mon.) 19 4. Tltusvllle Temple 2J President P. Mi .

allow retail stores. Meet 2nd 4th Tues. .i':1M..t..
J, W, Scruijj Jr. Sec'y
LIBERAL BUSINESSJack of e.ih month at Sp.m. \ through May

This application has been made by Mr. Tom Yoder Legal SIre r>ousl.. hutch. M.E.e. 1 HardinT J

Miami J., Beach Rosin 220-71 UN 4-0272 St. Representative with) permission of owners Mr. and Mrs. W. G. _Mn .Jrr._Evelyn'.1.! n. Stewart Freeman lIeH, .Pianist y. North BrerardHorseman's t _Ph. AM 74534 tatter

Pembvrton. Club p.m. .,

----. CITY OF TITUSVILLE KIWANIS CLUB Meets Second: Monday Each Month North-7 Bre'rsrdBehablhtatton g.
For Park Avenue and Ronald Street.
property on 7:00 P. M.
Meets Tuesdays *
Tb. legal description of which Is: Part of lot 12, Osban's 12:10 Center :
HARVEY thereof recorded in Plat Notice of Public HearingThe p.m.WHISPERING Lawrence Parker Pr... 421 Palm Street
Subdivision according to plat HILLS G, Phone AM 7.4626 Meets 2nd Thurs. every month
Book 1, page 24. Public Records of Brevard County, COUNTRY CLUB
REAL ESTATELICENSE Florida particularly described at follows! Begin at the N City of Titjsvlllo will hold e public hearing on Tuesday VO; : FriobeaiIent __ __Chris l Parker Sec'y Press W. Lee Pertain .,'

line of Lot 12 of Osban's Subdivision: as recorded In Plat April 14, 1964 at 7:30 p.m. In the. Council Room to hear Interested .I Torn Oru. Seoretary North Brerard Shrine) Club S.c',.1 Mrs. Martha Faulk

SCHOOLStart Book 1 24 Public Records of Brevard County ____ Phone AM 7-3043
,. page persons In regard to: 3rd Thursday 7:30: p.m.
this Tuesday 7 P. M. Florida, 33 foot E. of the center line of Stat Read 405; B. P. O. E. ELKS LODGENo. I' *

attend first session as our guest. thence East 137 fet along the N. line of said Lot 12, A request to reion the following described property from 2113 )t,.__ d\ M..tAt

HOWELL'S thence Seuth 113.25 feet parallel to th* West line of said Its present R-2 (city) classification to a R-3 (city) classificationto Meets Monday Night I ELKS CLUB @ TLT.TITUSVILLE '

BUSINESS COLLEGE Lot 12, thence W..t 137 feet parallel to the North line of allow an apartment building. 1211 S. Washington Ave. I Chat. Heller, P"..

aald Lot 12 to a point 33 feet E. of the center of State Road I o'clock Frank Dardn, Sec'yPh.
1528 S. Wash. Ave. (U.S. 1) This application has been made by Mr. H. O. Fulton. From Y LITTLE
Vulplus, I. R.
267-1161 405; thence N. 113.2S f..t parallel to State Road Russell Batcheldor, See.Tltu.Yllle AM 74343 THEATRE INC.

405 to the point of beginning, said land being In the NiVi For property on Brown Avenue between Main and Tropic -VETERANS- --OF------ ---- let Tuel. .,. Me-- 1.00: p. m.

of the SEVs of Section 8, Township 22 South, Range 35 Streets Toltm--; ; ; FOREIGN WARS I.lMIe Thratra *><... etC l5Ooe5.St5T5TleVlLLr ,

East. Being the torn land as Lets I and: 2 of Wildwood Meet M_It.s_ Ssd. a Sib : ,
of which lit Lots 3 and 5 Block 37 Tuesdays e ,
The legal description ,
Thur>lsis, S r>l, each
Subdivision unrecorded reiubdlvlslon of Lot
en plat or a ':45
NICE 3 BEDROOM of Replat of Subdivision of IVt of NE'/4 of Section 4, Township l P.M. m"nlh Scottish Rite
12 of Osban's Subdivision, as recorded In Plat Book I, .t Club Open S P.M. Daily
22 South, Range 35 East RlvervlewResteurant CIubP.O.801t102 <0
HOMES page 24. 70S Magnolia Aye Floyd C. Brown Pr...

A public hearing will be held before the Planning and: Zoning Ralph Schelbel, Commander John W. France Se y.Merts .
A pubiie,hearing will b* held bfr the Planning and Zoning I Orel Orvis, Pres. AM 7-J7M Milt M rttn.en, QuartermasterTITUSVILLE lmlT....., 1t3U .:".
% Hour From Cape Commission en Wednesday April 1944. Ttmple'Tltusvtlle -
--- :MasonIC
Commission. on Wednesday April I, 19(4.


Margaret Cooper RIFLE b PISTOL CLUB Chapter :
LEE ROAD Margaret C..p.rCity Clerk
It HWY 17-92 Clerk Meets at Rlvervlew THE NATIONAL B'
I School 1st Mon. Each Meets SECRETARIES

WINTER Phone 644-0021 PARK ,Mart 21 (Men.) Iff* I Mar. 23 (Mon.) 1964. ( c:> Earl Month,Snyder 7:30 p.m. 1st and 7:30 3rd Wednesdays p.m. C..ASS'N.so Monday(Int'l of) Sank 5t'n55': : ;

President Chamber of Commerce )'rrdda. Cartar PolL AM 7-<1508., II
: EI
, -


I V A PAYMENT3eau1id $15,000 TO $19,000 :

Several large LOTS FOR SALE la FAIR GLEN ;

A Community Of Fine Homes I In Titusville $4750 to $0830 Homes restricted to WOO q. (I. minimjia. : :

F H A LOW PAYMENT DOWN! Only 2 Miles West of U.S. 1 On Garden St. COWART 3200 Garden& CARTER St. TitusviUe, .INC. I:

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

I =

*>. I-B
-! THvsvlllt (Florida) Star. Advecah, Monday,.ryUrcti 51, "If(4
- ---

United FundDirectors

Name N"f\, .,-.1,', FROZEN'S I


1964( OfficersJohn 111 HONEY GLAZED

u slicedstr'wherries

M, Hett was appoint STORE canned
"td chairman of the United
Fund's admissions and budget

committee tor 1964 and LeRoy \CEBR// hams
Reitter wus appointed publicity
chairman by the UF board c)f
directors at its meeting Wed
nesday night at Ramon's Rest-

urant, Cocoa Beach 4.lb. $379 4 10-01. 'I

The board approved appro). O can pkg.Beef ,
,nations for 1964 totaling $329, K
123, including appropriations' to 3 r ,
All member agencies, UF administration .
and campaign
costs and reserve for collection a '
loss on pledges. .' 7adtc, Gc aNC :
In other actions liken, the
/eslgnation; of Douglas E, Cfraves 1 'lea 71 atia clM Swift's Premium Smoked

was accepted. with rejre: A R K E T lb.49c
Craves has been appointed to an Tongue
administrative responsibility
with the Boeing Company. 'as /HCDNEYV Swift's Braunithweiger or SandwichSpread

Manager\ : oi the Space 1'ropul. :: GLAZED 8-oz. 69c
lion Organisation! IIT Seattle 2
-- HAM
'The 1964 UF president, John F Pkgs.d

Yardley, was authorized by, the
Directors to( appoint additional d
cloteit firocfiifc Irene o
members to the 1964 admission;

fend. budget committee.
Holt, director, Industrial re-
laticns, Martin; Company,,' iuc. All Purpose Red BlissPOTATOES ,
feeds himself as the 1954 chair- HUNT'S FAMOUS GA-RED BRAND
man of the admissions and bud
Jet committee He has serVed
nn" (the committee for the pas tomato canned
lhr"c years He officially repre.
gents the'Martin Employee Fund
10 39c"
on the committee. -'- '
;Renter succeed Robert ''It. catsup tomatoes

class and Thomas J. McDonald, ,
39fi3 co-chairman for publicity CLIP & REDEEM!
'As chairman, Reitter will 'have rx rr

Committee responsibility to, together be appointed with bj a : THESE 5 303
dim for both year 'round and -, 14-oz. 1 Oc OcCOUPONS
campaign: publicity. He has bot. can
long experience with the, UFIn
Jiad other Limit 2 Per Customer With Purchases Of $3 Or MOil |
capacities. He currently
Serves on the UF', admissions
and budget committee, and was Y
tine of the loaned executives
from McDonnell Aircraft Cor- .d./ Green Stamps Smooth or Crunchy
oration in last year'S campaign Peanut tt'erloonEXTRA
< The appropriations to each PRICES .
member agency will be announced lOO 1 PU
16oc. C
for publication as soon as the EFFECTIVE 39
agencies have been 'notified jar
writing. J7Croon/ Stamps MON., TUES., WED. pUBIIX I
tJMtS .hlf C.UQ C3REEN MARCH 23,24.25,1964 ,,.. ,.;
GI Loan H "
Dates b'T'AM PS OBr'tOUcISDt Buns
reg. *ixa 75c to* '
for Unremarried t..1's W.d", Mach IS, aH' 54t '. ,
S vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvuu _S ,',
Widows Of Vets
2 s.39e
Coi!. W, II. Boshoff, Veterans .'
Service, Officer that for while$;revard. County 10 O ) FREE \XGOO White or Colored Ma realPaper ) Regular or Liver Flavor Red Heart (limit 4)); "',
says eligibility
for CI loans has been gradual At Green Stamps Food ,:
..,. .. 10c Dog
Ty running out for veterans of I wd IM.M .d"'ch./" ; NapkinsBigR ykg. '!
World War II since July 23, CAPRI BATH OIL P .'.
19o2, the samCor.r.4Ia. doe. not 32-o *!ie 79c tax Cut' tall 1 0 C ::;
apply to those unremarried 2S. IN4 ,

widows whose. of deaths World War were It due veterans to E1oQQ oQiQ ::2'9 OO PfIIDGreen Beans can 10 :on. :

service connected disabilities
These widows have the maxi. 7SXSCxTRA) FREE O 50 Jiffy Corn 9 c/ciiri/ ; .vpeeircfs o );

War mum II entitlement Group, which for the extends World rUVV/ en Stamps Muffin I M.e.x 8v2-oz.10c Kraft's Cheese SpreadVelveeta :;t
until July 25, 1047 O e -
I flict. Eligibility for Korean Con Tarnow'i flavorful: Ita'.lai: SOilS 3a Nescafe limit 1 per customer with purchases of $3 or more .' ,
does not begin to 39e
expire until January 31, 1963, ..i,.. WaNIb March tl 1944 2-Ib. 39clCQIT 'II I It
; ; 'I Instant
C .
and their maximum entitlement aAee tar99c loaf ;
extends to January 31, 1975. ( f >< ;
Unremarried widows of Kor

deaths ran Conflict veterans whose( r tlUU\ F'/ ,'I;> tl o frozen foods .
were due to lervice-connected '
disabilities enjoy the '..,/ =: J. : Morton' Plain Powdered Sugar ''
maximum entitlement to this lOti Groon _Stamps-. : A $64<9S (UTAH VAlUEI
i with *M (toiiww dooo.Hin.* ""
same date lucky VV'iip'' D".trt looping ] ;t <; JflI Compact 0 ,light-Weight Donuts "1:,
9/z-oi.! 49e.rw
The .... M/od MarchGreen a. IN4 eH an d some High i' *Impact 18-ct. $.. :'{'
Titusville Star. r=1 3 .
/ JI .
IJJI..YJl.YJUJJL'IJI..Y..YJJI..YJl'yjO a Case with Record Holder pkg. 0
Advocate, i ist In circu :

lation in No. Brevard, DUALARAMIC PAnTYMAT Stereophonic Cartridge
EXTRA (flays Monaural, too)
50 uUU g 0 .
FREE STERtOPIIO,11CPhnID, a i1 Two 4-Inch Speakers

f Jl( Stamps (separate Volume Controls) 'i ,

i I .,oa.tIo,.cou_ the....ch...el., 4-Speed Automatic Changer ,
1 1i 1 Smucktrs Strawberry PrturvM ((16( 33, 45, 78 RPM) .y .
3 12-ox. jars $1 r 1t3
there isONLY :be
eneiree W.d, March 1]. He4rUlUX '
r::: ; r :; ,
rUtUH 1
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