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Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1964
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents t,0. 'P

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Year No 37 5c Per Copy Titusville Florida, Wednesdav\. March 25. 1964 ;<.: Pailcs: Today w Published Mondays. Wednesdays and Friday 1
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I Fire Chief Brown Criticizes Rash Of False Alarms I ILv


.. Police Making

Construction Still "In Air" ii' ; 1_ Effort Dangerous To Trace Calls \

'City of Titusville Fir Dspartrrpnt -
On New Titusville Marina has been<<: plagued in '')"

the past t few days by a series of

_false tilanns by a person or
l-rrsoiis. who( seem to delight In

Construction of a new and modern Approved relinquishment of ly affected milling Jack Mmtzcr. owner of corner of Rt JO and U S, t putting many citizens and.l property

yacht basin, at proposed by city rights to utility easementson Adopted a resolution, preparedby Imperial Towers to sell intoxicating Granted a variance applicationmade In peril,"'
Rodney Thompson for Ave along bv James These the words of
an area Hopkins property Ryan 10 permit were
City Attorney Max Brewer in liquor for the dining aieito
north of the present yacht basin, owned by the Titusville Church of the construction of a utility room Chief Jim
still hangs in the balance as city God, presently under construct.Ion. requiring open-bodied trucks be located within the apartment on property on DcLeon Ave Drown of[ the

council tabled the matter again In return, the church agreesto loaded with sand trash, etc. tj building GranteJ side-yard\! restriction fire department

hit night. convey to the city the utility be covered by tarpaulin while Approved ingress and egress variance for Milton Flnklc of last night ii the

Charles Black, city's consulting easement on the east side of the! operating within the city plans submitted by Dave Nlsbe' Hunter Park Homes<<: Whisper, department had (

engineer, advised council that he property No utilities are present. Granted zoning approval per. of Cocoa for a service station a* ing Lakes. returned from a |

believes the fill and extension of futile and pointless
tile outfall sewage line ii necessary run to an-
if any of the area is to be WIT a fire call In the vicinityof
developed. Royal Oak Again Aired At F South Lake, the second 'fitaalarm"

He estimates the cost of extending of the day.
line, if extended througha "Only the lowest form of

bond issue, at $34000; $28,500If humanity would deprive the

paid for bv ready cash lie said Council Last public: of needed fire protection.,"

however Cameron Construction Meeting NightCouncilman the chief adamantly stated,

Co. believed the line could be extended '- pointing out the danger! involvedin
for $25,000 in actual con Randy Nunnally "That Royal Oak contribute at council and commensurate with This city-ownoj dump site has I making these useltss' runs to!

struction costs opened the debate on Royal Oak least an equal amount for this the use by Royal Oak," the rn- been the center of some bitter J Jtontrovcrsey LI:: respond, to the delight of some"

Atty Tom lIenderson, repre at city council again last night purpose. Further that the city olution continues for! the last few ...... "evidently depraved persona
senting Thompson, pointed out by the Introduction of a resolution will lease the site to Royal Oak I In addition the resolution as he descrioed them.
nut! just one property owner is Involved giving his interpretation of a solution on a yearly basis, subject to an states this alternate provides that months Royal Oak has proposedto CARS LETTERED ON TOP The Brevard CuuntySherlff'1I "If we have several trucks out

!In this fill. to the two-year-old problem. proval or renewal each year by Royal Oak may construct the huy the property but some Department is having all patrol cars lettered on responding to a false alarm and

"No property<<: development can Nunnally in the resolution the council. The amounl of payment road, as they now have shown nn members of the council felt the top in 24 inch letters. The number will correspond with a real Ire( breaks out, and became
take place in this area until this suggests that the city offer to exchange for this lease to the city by their plan, across this city property offer less than the vaLue. The the unit number assigned to each. This will be helpful in of (the distance involved,

outfall line is extended", Hender the controversial 10.acre Royal Oak will bo subject to provided it meets city specifications properly was ordered! appraisedby ( road blocks, traffic details and other assignments where properly or life is lost, some

son maintained, dump site for a six acre site with negotiation and approval by the a Incut appraiser who came up airplanes assist in a combined effort. All the depart person is going to have a ter-

Thompson has outlined his in the Royal Oaks devolpment."This with a figure of $9,000 for the 1 fiacre ment's marked vehicles will soon be lettered. (S-A riLl conscience to live v. Ith." ha

plans for a yacht basin and rest. six acre site," states the site. This was felt to be too! Photo). stated

aurant for the area east of the resolution, "must be high, welt- low, also and three out of town The department has answered

city.owned sewage plant at the drained land, located along Barns" 6 Men A Family? appraisers, professionals, were four calla, all 'false, In the put
east end of Buffalo Road north of Avenue and suitable for a civic authorized to appraise the prop! two days.

Titusville. Thompson originally hall or'similar use. 'Tlu! six acre erty. Their figures were $5000. United Fund Sets New Also, as the chief: points out.Ih.'fy .
$4,SOU and $1,200, and Royul Oak
give: the five acres that Is used{ site offered will be subject to approval tx evident in.
very danger
by the city for the plant and now by tho council* -at!*! offered a hid of $3ouo it the same fire cads
any due to the emergency
asks permission to fill the portion tIme. These were rejected.
According to Nunnally's reso. vehicles on the highway
east of this for the boating Neighbors Say NoWhat Royal Oak has stated this dump Many "(ii', '.'uck'cha't'ra." clog 1
facilities.The lution, this will provide an equitable
arise from the settlement<<: of the problem.The site presents two basic problems County AppropriationsA the streets, which increases aha
problems to the development of the area: danger.
four acre difference will provide
outfall, that chemically
its unsightliness and the need for
treated liquid portion which enters for the extra cost Involvedin constitutes a family? "This Is the same as a familyIn locating an equipment shed and "At the fade alarm answered
excavating and filling the total of $326,123 was tip- Home Nursing Service Munday night, also in the vicinity -
the river in the area that Robert H. Strom, of 534 Ltn- a legal sense of the word, parking maintenance equipmenton
Thompson wants to fill. Before dump ute in order to make It ore Av*. says ho dotsn't think Brewer stated. this site at the time club con. .pioprlatcd by thu Board of Directors $'),020, of South/ Lake," the chief

the fill can take place in accordance useable The city will\ obtain a that six men Is, In any stni The Lonoro Ave residents ,struetion., begins. of the United Fund nt Mrntil Health Association! slid, 'the strut was clogsed: :
with tho site fer several city needs the the word also out, and It at with fire.fighting apparatus
regulations by of a family However pointed was Nunnally said he fell this resolution its meeting held last week $10,000, ,
State Board of Health, this outfall resolution states and Royal City Attorney Max Brewer disagrees verified by Frani Larsen, buildIng will solve these two problems ,Ramon's Restaurant!, Cocoa plus police and emergency: v..-
line must be extended 2.TOO Oak will be able to remove the with him. Six men can Inspector, that Crowell had for! Royal Oak In a manner Bench. The figure include I9! 4 National Travelers Aid Association hides and many unnecessary

feet easterly. unslghtllness of the dump and I be constitute a family. begun renovations on tho property equitable to both the developerand ,appropriations to all UF memo $117. private ears who were there

Councilman Randy Nunally suggested able to use it in its development.An 5 t 'om, accompanied by but had not tiKen out a the city. ,her agencies! administration, just to 'watch the fun,
to Thompson that lie wouldbe alternate proposal by Nun Harry Tyler, James Cross and building permit. Larsen laid boot campaign expenses and re- Not 111 Crevard Rehabilitation "Duilng this! time, in ambulance .

in agreement to the city bearing nally, included in the resolution, J. W. Guh, all of' liners, appeared he had stopped tho work some Harold Murphy, assistant to serve fund. Center $12,800. had to make an emergencyrun
one-third of the cost of extending was for the city to appropriate a City Council last time ago when It was learned Jack Cox, president of Royal North Chapter, American Red to the hospital, but due to

the outfall line but believed $1,000 toward the cost of makingthe night, t .witing what thoy Crowoll was creating a duplex, Oak, was out of town yesterday The amount raised In the 1063 Crojs $29,700.Salvation the clogged street, was delay

the property owners \vh
would benefit should bear (he by piling burning, and/ regulations by James Crowtll later requesting a permit to put knew nothing of the resolution was $32 ,1J80. The $434 increaseIn South Bievard Charities able to make I its run," the chief

other two-thirds. or removing the unsightly debris. who owns a house at 548 Lon- tho house back In Its originalstate. In a t telephone<<: conver appropilutlons over thu $8,234. explained. 'This could have possibly .

Councilman Bill Walker moved ere sation. Murphy said "Naturally. amount rained was taken from! South Chapter, American Red seat someone his or her
that the City Manager Thompson According to Strom anJ his Larsen added that Crowellwas we will give the proposal both attention the LF'a emergency reserve Cross $29,000.Trtuovdlo life Ju.t due to the thoughleis-
and) Henderson, meet and talk Mathews Will neighbors, Crowoll rants his presently In the midst of and study, but not having fund. Cooperative Charities nose of someone."

to other property owners ad lac:. house to as many ai six mon, additions at his homo on Magnolia seen the offer, cannot make any $3S'I9' The police. department is.,going
cut to ,the involved property and and had not taken statement The appropriations resulted
and the neighbors protest tho Ave a crack
to down
USO b31. these
$ on fire
try to reach some agreement and Be Guest At uso of tho area's ilnglo family permit out and had refuted him Cox Is expected here tomorrow! from several weeks of Intensive United Fund Arministration truck chasers, according to
report the findings back to the toning In this manner. admittance to the house to and it Is expected a statement study by the UF's admission and
and Campaign $J9,819V Police Chief W. T. Brown and
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council at the next meeting.In Brewer stated however, thai make inspections, will be forthcoming from him at budget committee, under tho
M C. A (South and Cen- at the present time, investigations .
other action last night, council Luncheon HereSenator If tho men wero pooling their The council Instructed' City that time. chainnanthip of John M. Hctt
trul $33,400.Reserve arc continuing, trying &to
: money together and paying one Manager Cleveland Telmadgo The grand total of all requests,
for tnllitlion loss truce this urisin of the fall
Adopted ordinance permitting and Mrs. Jack Mat- rent It would not be against to investigate and either see lieU stated.I, was $J !I,04J.! In order
property located on Barna Ave., hews will be special guests ata tho zoning regulations and that Crowell obtains a permit Workshop Set f"r the admission! : and bud $14,656. alarm calls.

as requested by Tom Henderson luncheon Tuesday noon at the would bo like that! t .f a single or tike whatever legal steps get committee to reduce this fig

be rezoned from present GU Woman'i Club Building here to family. He used tho Instance necessary to halt conitruction. ure to the approximate amount
classification to an R3 classification which the public Is cordially in of two school teachers going together Also ho Is to Investigate the By PlannersThe raised In the 1 11163 campaign, Melbourne Beach Woman Candidate .

to permit garden apart. vited.In and renting a house, possible illegal vie ef a single each agency appeared before! the
ments. charge of arrangements are both equally sharing the rent. family dwelling for rental vie. East Central Florida Regional committee with its prouow'd Mrs John (Jeanc) (Fisher Melbourne
Passed ordinance allowing EarlD. Planning Council will Reach resident, Is a candidate
Mrs Mary Edwards budget and woe given the opportunity
Cope to rezone lots located between fur the nomination
Titusville\ and GilbertS. hold a Titusvlllo work shop to explain its program
north and south lanes of Local Pilot Directs Boat Crew Thursday night at St Gabrar!'. for the"! Hoard of I'uhlic Instruction
north of the old St.Teresa's Go- horn, a local attorney and and estimated cost in conductingsuch
U.S. 1. Just Episcopal Church Parish house from District N'". 4.
Catholic Church, Chairman of Mathews' campaign piotfiam Income from e
<<: Roman'Chips" drive-in liar North Brevard County. The meeting will begin at 730.: sources other than the UF were Mrs. (Fisher has been active In
tu permit a To Island For Family RescuePilot
restaurant. Thin will be Senator Mathcws The subject of the workshop alto estimated b)' the agency Red Cross work In firevard

Rezoned property ownetf' by third visit to this! area since announcing will be the past work of the The difference bitwun eslmatd County for the last 10 years She
Ed Floyd, who flies out gut the fUhenrcn to the Island.As and is a member of the planning com
Jack Roren and located off Knox- his candidacy for governor council with regard to Titusville approved expenditures estimated
of Arthur Dunn Airpark, U a result the stranded boat. mittee of the Red Cross staff
McRae Drive near Coquina Elementary He will hold a short i and the North Brevard area, income Is the amount
School, to permit mult- press conference prior to the probably responsible lor presenting with people aboard, was towedin .l Also to be discussed! <<: will be the UF appropriation conference past chairman of the
necessity of.( a second before, darkScience Office of Volunteer South Bre
Iple dwellings. noon luncheon. work preparations of the council The appropiaition to each agency -
request I by>> water area search on Sunday vard County Chapter, and a
Gave okay on rezone
for this coming year and exploration is III follows: L
member of the executive board of
II. C. Kirk for property locatedon niqht!:: Fair of the posilbility of
south lane of U.S, 1, west of Sheriff's Dept, personnel City of Tituiville and county Adaption! Service (Children South Pj-rvsrri. County Chapter 1
joint of Florida & Catholic for the last six years A* Chair
Royal Castle restaurant to 3T-: searched for and found Millard Home Society
AI RiverviewMiss planning.All Charities Bureau of Bre man of Volunteers, she was instrumental
mil a retail store Hill and his four sons late Sunday
Adopted ordinance! permittingrtzonmg night on the St. Johns River. public official are invited tarot) $20.000.Arthntto In starting the Red
requested by N. A. Ross- Late Sunday afternoon Floydwas Janics (lUck*' 6th year 1 to the meeting, as are all Interested Hheumatism Cross Cray Lady clinics In II
& South Brevard County schools.
man for property located on proponed flying over the Indian River dan l at Riverview School recently citizens
St. extension to Foundation J1.170. She Is also currently a member of
Harrison fairconsisting
and noticed waving science
center. he people presented a [ Bob Doyle, executive secre- Boy Scout $43000.{ the I'C.lative!' study group of the
allow a shopping to him from an island north of of exhibits in atomic Mrs. Fisher
Wise Jr. and J tary and Don Thompson, local American Association of University -
Frank for Retarded
Permitted Urcviri Association
the TitunvilU causeway. Their energy, space, weather! living '
to member, will conduct: the meetIng Women. schools, but also! a dctilli ,I
Henry G. Bartlett rezone prop- and Children $31,958. new
waves attracted! his attention and things, the human body
Mrs! Fisher graduated with a
Olmstead Drive to analysis of what these schools
erty located on Brrvard Heart Loan Fund i
he circled, determing that they electricity!
Bachelor of Science degree' from
multiple family should include in the way at facilities
R j to permit $1 020.:!
were la trouble they couldn't Different classes at Michigan: State University and .
dwelling. get the motor on their boat visited l the room of exhibits and i County Schools C"n'ral Brvard Crippled hat served. head of the Kn.'li.h

Tabled the request of ClydeCowlm started r freinm nts were served to the Have 2-Days Off Childrtn's Clinic<< 9500. Department at St. lamia, Michigan Mrs. Fisher advocates the Ion;:
who is asking that property
So he sped away and ipied a teachers and friends. Child Guidance Center High School. range!; planning based on population

adjacent to present Whisper-be fishing boat moving out of Ti Judges placed ribbons on the AU Brevard County school $1,000. *Mrs. Fisher, who is the mother estimates, be preparednow.
Park re-
leg Pines Trailer the tusville for; a night of fishing. winning exhibits. The first place "'11be\ closed for students to- Citizens Survey Implementation of three children, said.1 thai She said, that she will, a'; aschool
allow developmentof
toned to for additional r.;\; circled the fishing boat, attracted winner was the electricity phase, morrow and Friday for a brief Council $7,000. she wished to inclMlr. a wnm n's baarrf member inutaevery

the property when owners the attention of the fishermen with' atomic energy placing second Easter holiday. Tomorrow I Is a Damon Runyon Fund For amt of view' on the school boar* attempt at economy and
trailer of tots, Tuscarora property Rd. got them to follow in his and space being In third I work day for all teachers how Cancer: R.irch.. 3,141. She emphasized particularly the
objected adjacent to the application. Senator Malhtwi u.rectlun! and via this method Jllilc. \vr. they will have Friday off. such Ke'iuU $13,000 need for planning not only for See MIIBOURN On Page ZQ


2 Tltv,vllU ( UrU a) Star. Advacat Wednesday, March 23, W4 '

Bowling News .

I Parliamentary Law Workshop Robbery Suspect Held

---------- birds, 1381.
Mrs. Herberta Leonardy, at- r : : Mon. Nite Mixers st.ndlnt. W.n 1.0,0

torney und; p rli.nent.arlan, Batters Rams 1164:/
will conduct a one day workshop High individual game: Art I.oatlen 43 44 36 STTIUM *

o-i: Parliamentary Law, April A By Bradenton Officers Schurstein 207; June Ryan, Thunderbirds 43 88
A .
TpN 41 8
iJth The one day course will i 191. Hurelca5e.Lucky Btrlk.rt m, 4t
I h: held at the Titusville HighS High Individual series: Art Hint Pln 88 4JIllaaln
Robert Alderman of Imperial Deputy and Mrs. Al Carter Cornell 2V 61
.:mol and Is sponsored by the Schnursttln, 532; Shirley Pitz-
Titlm-ille Branch of the American l Heights, Titusville the prime located the car accidentally A feller came Into the store at least, seems alive! It will look rick 1519.
Association of University suspect In a robbery of the Friday as they were enroute to one evcnin', and he said: "I've like a baby Eel tryin' to burrowIn High individual game: Team Early Risers
Women. Co.Op Gas S:ation on U.S. 1 Orlando to take their son to the gotta have some squirms!" I the mud. And fish especi- ,
No. 3 833.
south of Rt. 50 last week has doctor wasn't too sure what he wastalkin' ally Bass love 'em. Team High: individual game: Shirley

A Stetson University alumnae, been found In Bradenton and is Carter, trained to spot wanted about for a minute, but Just about who fishes High individual series: Molr, 133; Ruth George, 154.
everybody .
Mrs. teonardy is a member of No. 2 and Team No. 3,
being held there for Brevard Tthicles, saw the car parked off he told me that he'd been in the : with plastic worms has different .. ... individual series: Myrna
the Florida Bar and a professional ..<.lln.. High
SO between Bithb and
parliamentarian. She hat I Sheriff Leigh Wilson. Route even In' before that, and his idea of how to use it. The Team No. 2 .a 11 Baggett, 430; Ruth George, 429.
f-/ x ;,o'jls Union Park ,i little girl had bought one of the fait of the matter Is that Tears No. < Ml\
been Instructor of Parlimciv 4 Alderman' was employed a* just Trim No. 3 25 19 High team game: You Devils,
,, Carter stopped and checked Team No. 1 2J :Ml
fishin" to play
plastic worms about body is right!
tary Law at the University of an attendant bt the station and every Team No. 1 tt :22/ 533.
the the car finding a coin changer with. And when she got home, There's a hundred and one waysto Team No. 10 21 :S3Woortthfrppn /
Miami since 1945. She is the Thursday night, about 10,
on the front seat, cigarettes: in a and the other kids saw how rig a plastic worm and justas :flit! :l6:Z1 H High team series: You Devils,
National IS
past president of the manager, Hirshel Thompson! Th. ANOC
Association of Pallamentariins, ,taEYh .wr .. checked in at the station and box on back floor. He contacted much fun she had with it, they many ways to use 'em. You Turn do-Pouri No. 8 10 10''* 28 SiT'/k 1914.
the Sheriff office in Orlando I had to have fame "squirms", too. can buy worms without hooks;
past president of the Florid Mrs. Ltonardy found $00, plus 20 cartons of a'.ndln.. was 1.0".
Registered Parliamentarians, cigarettes and Alderman missing. end the car was checked out forlingerprirts ',1 And I got to think In' about warms with one hook; or two You Devlll 11: 4
etc. The evidence Nelson Ins. LeagueHigh Beetles *> 9.
Youknow three hooks all tied
them doggoned things. or together
DAR state parliamentarian and Also a check revealed the safe Jokeri 10
national parliamentarian of National be required to defray expensesof had been tampered with but the was confiscated and returned", they're one of the best You can get 'em with plain individual pmt: Char- Gutter Ball 11.

Society of DAR. the workshop. This fee maybe suspect was unable to open It.Sherlrf' to Tituwille sheriff's office, baits that's ever been Invented hocks, or weedless. And they lotte Jarrett, 209; Vera Wilson,

She is the author of "Leon- paid on April 29. Any one Interested Carter assumed the car gave there are so many of 'em made; may be! weighted or without 203. Easter Egg Hunt
Agent Lief Larsen Alderman trouble and he left it,,,,
in a rainbow assort weight.No .
ardy's Parliamentary Law in attending may contact they Individual series Char- Planned
High : By LegionAn
Chart" and "An Elementary Mrs Jane Rose, AM 7-5161; Investigated the robbery and there, somehow got to Orlando ment of colors; they come in all batten Jarrett 533 Rosemary
matter how like ta ;
alarm bus for the west you
Immediately put out an fond caught a
sizes and can even pick
AM T-8151
Course in Parliamentary Proce Mrs. Helga Clark, ; ; you
dure." or Mrs. Jane Wherry, 2921 S. for Alderman. He was believed coast of Florida, eventually being IJ,1 'em. for the amount of action fish these imitation worms, they 'Welch J29. Barter Egg Hunt for all

fee will Washington Ave. Titusville to be driving a 1954 Pan- caught in Bradenton. they have! Years ago, when All have one thing in common. High team game: Budweiser children of members of the TI-
A rrgisteratloin
$200 tlac with nn Alabama liceinse He will be returned to Bre they first started makin' artificial With just one exception, you No 2 and Tom's Peanuts, 374. tusville Post No. 1 American

tag vard for possible charges. worm, they tried rubber. have to let a fish run with 'em High team series: Budweiser Legion, and Legion Auxiliary,

Goldwaler Committee For AreaIs B na BBi B iaaaalVHaBi a a HaBiBal 1 l I i Only the best ones they could) just like you would with a Me, 2 and; Tom's Peanuts, 1054. will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday

make didn't wiggle right. They live minnow.. And about half M.iiillfit liudwefeer! No, 2 leas 61 tout 27 (Easter) at the Post Home on

I I could get the right size and the of the time you Jerk the whole lJudwelo..r I l No 1 47'\4, 30V4' North U. S. Highway 1.
Rattan Room 4110.( sow'
Formed To Meet ThursdayCalling right shape, but no action. rig out of the fish's mouth! Gu. Faulk Cberrolet 47 81LiLncc Harry Teetrick, commander of
; $. We'll be happy to show you how Inc. 4A 32
-I Ir Pint National Hank 46 8211I1.rfer' Titusville Post, says there will
later that modern
I It was years you can fish a plastic worm so Hardware 4i! 3Jtiiuii.
for a "re-blrta of con and foreign affairs, it was 1j4j plastics came along, and it was you don't have to wait a second MM on 4f'" rmMcCotttr be plenty of eggs for the child
stitutlonal government to reduce stressed that to elect Sen. Gold- Motor 43'4 84'4 ren so all should come. Mrs.
'g 1 found to be almost an ideal and you almost never lose a Mutual In,. 41 37
the trend\ toward an all power water and bring about this con- !J material. The texture could be fish hurt 'em 1-11 Food Store 40'' 37'4 Vera Gaudet, unit president, and
or so bad you Steno Store 39H 3d'4
ful central! government" a committee stittituronal\ government It "will changed sa that it felt almost likea can't put 'em back and be ..urethey'll Suburban Propane :)8W) 38'4' other members of the unit will

was organized to pro call for a strong, concerted and live worm. It could also be ]live. WRMFme.la Motel :3 W'4* 40 3H'4 see that the eggs are gaily color.ed. .

mote Sen. Barry Goldwater for dedicated effort on the part of r changed 83 I that it would wiggle Tom'. Peanuts :38 40Cata .
and Dogs 111! 41
president at a meeting at Citizens our citizens"It :' t alike a real one. But there were Metropolitan Life Inn :Il'" 4H''.

Bank last Wednesday. was pointed out that this ,k f I still problems, If you made the MELBOURNEContinued E T Ray 4 Nelson'O Mimic In. 01:841 H 40''4 Arrive To Spend

The North Brevard Goldwater committee work should attract 4 plastic tough enough to stay on snuthd4a Motor Supply 3D' 48

for President Committee will Democrats, Independents and .lL a hook real good, so a fishcouldn't ( From Page 1)) JtNairnolla Tavm :::11:19 ft1 41 Easter I In CityMr

meet again Thursday right at Republicans alike, who are conservatives r tear it up; then you'dvery Jack.ona Mlalt MarketTeen 25 11.1 ,
and Mrs. James Oliver
Citizens Bank, at 8 pm. and want to have a likely take out some of the strengthening teacher's salaries.
last Wednesdaywas This she felt would hold Threlkeld and son, Jamie, of
The meeting return to a government operatedby wiggle. And that was no good, and encourage League
led by Jack Gregory, of our constitutional provisions either. the many fine teachers Cary. N. C., arrived Monday to
the Melbourne Goldwater Committee already in the county school sys High individual game: Chuck spend Easter with J. O. Threlkcld. -
their country'sinterest
who will place
For several feller
and Ken Andrews, years tem. She Is planning a countywide Daniels, 222; Stewart Brockett, .
first on the list.
to choose one or the other of the 214.
chairman of the Central Bre campaign to bring to the
vard committee. These two men the committee's work can be 'qualities he wanted. If he want voters her ideas on the operationof High individual series: Chuck

explained the organization, successful, it was stressed, if It : L ed the most in action, he had to the school board. Mrs. Fisher Haniels, 617; Stewart Brockett!,

methods and plans to the localgroup. has strong, competent leader settle for a worm that would has appointed Mrs Tom J. (Jule) 584. MEN & WOMEN

ship. R was urged that this B'DAY CAKE American Legion Post No. 1 celebrated tear np fairly easy. Or, if he Lyon and Miss Gertrude Schadeas High team game Loafers 495.

Mrs. Jean Lamparter, of next meeting be well attended with posts all over the nation, the 45th anniversary of wanted one that was more durable her County Treasurer. High team series: Thunder II
he'd have to settle for a
members at the the of American The traditional cake IBM
Minn, was elected as temporary with present founding Legion.
lack of action. Either
thairman for tomorrow night' last meeting bringing friends of was the object of interest, as the huge cake contained the convincing !

meeting. At this time per Eke; conviction to enable the emblem of the legion, with the inscription, "Happy Birth way another., he'd More lose action one thing meant to gain 64 TAX LAW MACHINE TRAINING
manent officers will be elected. committee to have the best possible day". Left is Harry Teetrick, post commander and Mrs. ::1\\

In the! discussion of national beginning Vera Gaudet, American Legion Auxiliary unit president strikes more fish -More but more strikes expensivefish meant CAN SAVE YOU MONEY NOW! KEYPUNCH y.
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. Cancer' Crusade .Workers SoughtThe 'faster. The tougher ,worms last- this opportunity before file
you your
Florida's Deer Population ed longer, but because theydidn't 63 TAX RETURN
wiggle so good, theydidn't
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catch as many fish as the
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today by Mrs. Jayhugh B bat the disease which will eventually white tail deer pop one.half of the legal bucks in the came out with a worm that

LeuUylcr, Area Chairman, stoke 48,000,000 Americans ulation continues to expand on herd. seemed to be the answer. He I

Brevard County Unit of the now living, unless the wildlife management areas in Harlow attributed the increaseIn made a worm that was tough on

American Cancer Society, trend is reversed. spite of encroaching civilization, deer population to such factorsas the head end, and still had a Letterpress Offset

additional access roads into eradication habitat soft and wiggly tail end. It last
The educational and fundraising Here in the North Brevardarea wilderness areas, and increased screwworm Train on IBM Computers
improvement, and a declinein ed lots longer, and caught lots i2l! !lillJOOII
Crusade will begin April we can help save lives by hunting pressure.
the amount of year round \illegal more fish than most of its competitors.
11th with a Kickoff Breakfast serving as volunteers by con- The deer population on Florida's hunting. According to the report But even then, there WIRINGTECHNICIANS

for all workers. April is Can- tributing our money to the" wildlife management areas there is at the present time was one thing lackin' The tough B's Co. Inc./
cer Conb-ol Month by Presidential Crusade, or by doing.: both, Busy Printing
said. has increased from an estimated an estimated average of about worm, with a wiggly tail, didn'teven ,
Mrs Leutwyler
proclamation. in 1956 to In 1963 one deer 52 acres on all the float
38,580) 58,000 per try to ".\fR'" TH\'".'F.R *. KTARUir': nnr.nlJlo
The leader of the, ACS campaign "Crusade volunteers will not according to a report compiled by management areas. The population So there had to be still another PHONE 267-4186 P. O. BOX 1176

here appealed for a record Richard F, Harlow, Game Man\ ] on the Citrus Wildlife Man ,' texture, added to the list. TIT MtlfLF.

turnout of volunteers "to only ring doorbells to collect agement Division, Game and agement Area shows the highest This new worm had to be one BEN TOOTS, ED AND SUE BENZENHAFER! ALL PHASESCall

help in the many Jobs that needto funds, but will leave at each Fresh Water Fish Commission.As concentration with about one that would try to float. Some Pick-Up Delivery Service

be done in the community home a life-saving! leaflet which the deer population Increases deer for every 19 acres. : times the worms that the different for Personal Interview

during April." Those who tells how to protect your family i Free Qualification Ttttt,
so does the annual harvest. According to Harlow, present companies made would float
would like to serve are urged from Cancer Also, availableto The 19G3-64 harvest of 4,533 deer analysis reveals that Florida's i I- find sometimes they wouldn't. Come See Come Save! Booklet or Personal Tour of

to call Mrs. Leutwyler at 267- clubs and organizations, are shows an increase of 38%" over deer have shown a surprisingly But nobody ever knew for sure Training Facilities. r

6456. They will join groups conducting films, speakers and free educa- the 1960 take of 2,806. While the high increase over the past five ,J whether they would or not. It Play

Crusade publicity, and tional material about the valueof report indicates an annual increase or six years. Deer are beginningto 0 all depended on the individual CONVERSE

door-to-door canva, special annual checkups and the Importance in the harvest of legal show signs of becoming a prob., batches of plastic. Little tiny Shoes

gifts, trades and industry, and of knowing cancer's buck deer, the margin of increasehas lem in citrus groves and water- changes in the chemical balancewas Florida

organized group campaigns. seven danger signals. I declined annually and may melon fields. When deer become all! it took to make the difference FOR -
indicate leveling off in hunter
a excessively numerous and concentrated and they were usually
pressure or a slow down In pop they are not only a :unpredictable! Men. 2.99 Women 2.89 and for Technical
ulatlon growth of the larger
nuisance to but they men Children 2.89Women's
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t learn to use a plastic worm, and
JEM 36,400 sportmen for Summer Sandals 2.89
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hunted deer on the state manage increase in parasites and College
ment the 1963 64 have long/ since discovered that
p tNBugs areas during disease.
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f194 Fungus 4,513 deer or about 7.9t of the MICHIGAN VISITORS long run. Even when you weightthe 7404 N. Atlantic Av.
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taken 62% more bucks than they Branch, Dclcspine real lookin' warm that, to a fish '---
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I DoWeKnowTheTimeOfOurVisitationAPalmSundayMessageThe l II

rollowing sermon "Why doomed lie I: said because she there into Dies it mean to us that are w, '' What kind of a world Ills arrival In Jerusalem 2000 voiced with thing, that wo turyi "" t,'"wn> by Dior or ,

Jesus Cried" was delivered by knew not the time of her visita! "But Jerusalem, you see was dollar values have become more ore wi living! In? They didn't years ago. And He weeps -- don't even l know He's paying us Dcv l.mi s -- or even bulkhead,
Rev Charles W. Bates to the tion'! important than moral values; Mk the question loudly enough because\ n this year of our Lord a call. lines. He Is interested in human I
having such whale of a good
a &:
congregation at First Presbyter. "She knew not 'the time of her that honesty is no longer! eithera and no one seriously sought for 1904, we are so hopelessly unaware "The Psalmist said: 'Today( if hearts your heart and
time, that she couldn't legs.
ian Church, Palm Sunday.We visitation'. That is not an unus She was drowning care in lust, good principle or the best policy the answer. Today exactly of His visit that He can ye will hear Hi voice hardennot mine That whore the real! I
wore highly impressed by ual phrase in either the Old ; that three out of four marriages four months later wearen't no more than predict our your hearts.' The writer to entry takes place.
drowning In! poverty and greed,
the timely message portrayed Testament or the New; and yet I materialism drown end in divorce; that char even asking/( the questions any doom. the Hebrews! says the ame thing&: "When He comes, do we throw-
frowning in
therein and with Rev. Bates' have been unable to find any acters like Hoffa and Baker are more. "What can we do about it? more poignantly( : 'While it is still out the rubbisn, so chat our lives
and she indifferent
ing in fin was
permission print it for our read commentator who has taken up to( the whole business. The beyond the law; that the Beetle "But some day !soon these Is that what you are asking today when you hear His become a place: where He U ,
ers. the phrase! and elaborated upon floods were sweeping even the and Liz Taylor are the idols of lupstiiins' are going to be raiser) We can begin with ourselves. voice harden not your hearts!; pleased to dwell and able to 1m- I

"This is Palm Sunday So- it to any great extent."I Tempi. which was no longer our youth; that the state has become again: maybe too late. Ware
called, and there is only one Incident gather, however, from my the House of God, but a place the master rather than the living in a day of visitation. ale one. All\ the fear all the the ro-called Triumphal Entry. Triumphal entry? Or does He
in the life of our Lord studies of Scripture that although where you exchanged a lucky servant of the individual; that Tre Spirit of Christ is abroad hate, nil the prejudice, all the indifference The Christ still lowly still with. dopait to weep and pronounce
upon which to base a Palm the Spirit of God Is always buck in the hope of makingfive our nation Is caught in a web and He sees! everything" lie all the sin that out fanfare, enters Jerusalem our doom? Do we know
Sunday sermon. I refer of shed abroad, there are and bought parakeet. of communist intrigue/( ; that it remembers" Hiroshima and sees was tit!! forerunner of Jerus today. He enters Veitnam, the hour 01 our visitation? Are '.
count:, to his last entry into specific times in the course of isn't even safe to operate a passenger us playins around with even alem's doom! built their nests in too: and passes check-point we smart enough. to take the
Jerusalem described in the history) when that Spirit is present "Never had God's visitation train on the tracks a greater forces of destruction. Ho individual hearts and souls. Charlie! going from West to advice of the! writer to the net
Scripture reading: and partially in more than abundant been si real.\ God made a 'per. block\ away from where we are hears the marching feet of our Thtit'si always the beginning. East Uerlin. He enters the Red brews and while it is still today

portraying: in the drawing on the measure. He is that irreslstable sonal appearance' on that Sab sitting? young men all the way to Viet "But hy the same token, the Square in Moscow, rides down remake our hearts? I
bath when Jesus rode
cover of your bulletin this morning Spirit of power which comforts, morning "You read the paper, don't nam. Ho sees traitors! and Spirit of God (the? Spirit of )1'cnnsylvnnla Avenue to the "For If we can remake enough
into town on a colt. He wasrel'ognlzed
strengthens:;: blesses! enriches, you? It you don't believe what thieves under our capitol domes. Christ) also visits human hearts. Capitol:, Ie: comes over the hearts, we con convert the ,
by a handful of wo '
"The scene is so familiar thatI heals, converts and guides into men and children on the out you hear'! then open your eyes. He sees teen agers and adults, Time and time again he searches overpass into! Titusville and en woilJ. Failing: that, the inevitable
shall not take time to describe all truth. And the times of skirts of the city but Jeruselem When the President of our Un too floutmq!! the moral law. your heart and mine" ; and he ters our homes and churches. will be tile kind of total destruction +
II again. The Scripture does these extraordinary' visitations of ited States was assassinated on He looks m! on Christian churches sees evetything.! He comes to "Wherever He enters in, lie that cam to Jerusalem
the inner city, the great mass
not say that is was a triumphal the Spirit of God are just such es of people knew not the a Dallas street four months ago, nnd to> often !sees anything bring! love joy, peace courage looks about and sees everything leas than :50 years after Jesus 1
entry and I think we should limes as Jerusalem was going hour of His Visitation,' every columnist in the land ask but a fellowship! or the saints. gocd; -wlll. fruitfulness: but more lie/ is not particularly interested.is predicted her doom. She just did
disabuse our minds of the popular through in the year 33, when ed: 'What's happening to us? ""Chnu iv here'' But His arrivals old r> than not He .goes out andweeps His disciples were in not know the time of her visita

notion that it was. It was, Jesus made His last journey 'To me. this is a timely warn What kind of men and women i no store( in triumph than bt'cause1' are so in tine buildings, or Lincoln-Mer' tion. 1 Do we"

rather, a sorrowful moment in L. .
the life of our Lord; and the .

commencement of a series of
the most crushing experiences he

ever and that when"The Jesus endured.the He Gospel had Temple entered" looked writers-Jerusalem and about tell that us-at- I N D I A N PLAZA RIVER .

everything, lie went out and
wept. What did He see that I

made Him cry? How different

a reaction than that of His disiples. .
( who like so many coun MONDAY New WE'LL"DEEP Open Mon.

try boys in the city, exclaimed, OPEN I INDIAN I RIVER I THRU 9A.M. Thru

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men and women who were ,
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such ad these, and wlfft butter, coffee or tea. OPEN Mich-frequency '
could Jesus do about them? P1ek Up and sound waves drive I special EASTER TOYS
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appropriate money for slum HOME MADE PIES 20c A SERVING watch to scour loos*all your dirt, Trucks 49cRabbits
clearance and urban renewal? Indian River Plaza
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to provide for a Peace 3 W -/.i krmlriSCN modern way to Sand Pails 39c
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Corps; and government housing the finest, most .

and medicare? Would He set upa SALAD BOWL . 80c ,I J Kllng precise clean.watch Bring works spar Baskets 59c-l.

red feather agency to provide "A Meal In Itself" I 1 FREE watch 'In today.JAY your

health clinics and family service Salad Greens Ham Chicken Sliced Tomatoes, : J Boys'Black Folding A'umlnum'
centers? Would He appeal to the Egg Quarters and Your Choice of Dressing! ( 100 EXTRA BEEJEWELERS
City Council to establish a curfew
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.,. TltvtvllU (Florida) Star. Advocate W.dn tday, March 35, 1M4Mr course, acting They hope, on,
day to have a career in erring
Ironically enough: the two h"la
'round townPhone first became Interested in j t t ting
I at a very' young age by p"?Jf.trajing .
A a famous "reter"r..
actor (for their classnu: ,
/ iF't11 Netoa And Notes tar
267.3994 urn caruoiiA Wayne played Peter Pan In .1 i 'kn
oNortA Brevard in third grade and Denis w.i' ''n
adorable little Peter Cottoni,,I n
rt al old-fashIOned box sup- the affair and enJoyed having and introduced themselvesJims in first grade.
*is't' a play
per was enjoyed by members ofEpsilon their: family together for a weekend parents have been
and is the son of Mr ,
time dd: i
Delta Chapter, Epsilon of fun. Others attendingwere tag here for some
to various Mrs I I. JIudgins, 101 Dozier \\ '
Sigma Alpha: Sorority, Saturday Mrs. Pearl Wagner, Mrs taking sevt'rallhort trips In
and has appeared several pi
Stale tl
evening in Uo lovely home of Malson sister from West Vir parts of the Sunshine sin
the area. During 1962 wh.i ,,
Mr. end! !Mrs George Nexen at ginla; Mr and Mrs Henry Joan said they had such a wondcrfil dramatic lessons ,''I'
5 ConfirmedAt 1 628 llihljnd Terrace in Forest Goodwin from Orange City, time camping, she held a taking at, i HJ I I1ms
College Wayne play f'
ff1j.lJI'rf Uslh. MM Charles Barker: from Or surprise birthday party for them d
spoiled brat, Cary Brown in i Invitation '\
if <' grits all packed delicious 1 indo and, of course, all the and the family presented the To a March" in 0"1.11'I ''I
Trinity 1 : ltd tits in boxes then wrappedand grand chillien. We hear everyone new cdrrping enthusiasts with a and Daytona Beach. He has MD I'
1i! decorated them with nb hid a wonderful time, even camp "!,love and a foam mattressfor appeared in "Auntie M..111 .
bons, (lowers and bows so their if it did get a little cool Sunday. thf'irotation/ wagon: This. "Gypsy" and played "Chcsti, ,;
LutheranTrinity husbands wouldn't know whose charming Northern couple advise
; a Miniature First Nlghters Ski'' ,t
fJlY Y box they wer bidding fir The Cuy Manager Cleveland Tal us Southerners to ".ee Florida Florida Wonderland

Lutheran Church was. f j .t :; highest t bidder for each box sup nudge and his lovely wife, Toni!, first. on: weekend camping He is a member of the Nad/"n"i|
overflowing in attendance Sunday % per ote with the gal who pie- Ire expecting special guests tomorrow trips.* Sounds like fun'!! Junior Honor/ Society and I pi ,o ,
during the 10:13 a.m. Wor pared It. Later they all played Dand: Mrs C. H first Sax with the PJII Band

ship services, when five youths games and ended the evening Davis of College Turk, Maryland. Two) very talented young boysare Denis is the son of Mr ,,,,. I
were received into membershipby with dancing. Dr Davis was Mayor of College playing leading roles in TV Mrs George Mahan, 34 Ilil.i ",
the holy rite of Confirmationand b t i Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Perk! at the same time Cleveland tusville Little Theatre's production Drive and! has appeared n
the' Sacrament of HOlY Bap .J. Harvey Girard, Mr. and Mrs. wa City Mgr. "The King and I" and are "Gypsy" and a "Tom Sawv. i .

tam. Pastor Claude E. Ttjan -- -. Frank Sweet, Mr and Mrs The Davi'es are touring Florida doing an excellent job in por school musical production. II I'
announced (hat tus: was the and will spend one or two traying their individual roles .
henry Thred Mr and Mrs member of the PJII school
a ui i
largest attendance since the CONFIRMED Pastor Claude E, Tejan Mrs. Johnnie' E. Davis of Titusville; Kath- Rich rd Brady, Mr. and Mrs da> i with tle'eIId: loni The' quiet, more reserved man. nual staff
dedication of the Church two contained five young people at Trinity ryn LlizabeJi Lundy, 14, sister of John
; of Hudgms is
nick Dickinson, ncr Wayne perfectfor
Lutheran: Church on Palm Sunday Charles Donald Mr. and Mrs. In the "King and I". tin t too,>
years ago: Mays, 15, son of Mr and Jack Students the North Brevard the of Louis, the En .
Miller at part
< and Mr. and Mrs ( /boys flare at each other din'. "
Left to right{; are John Dozier Lundy 16, Mrs. J. T. Mays cf) Titusville; Leonard .
William lUhdbil tution Center had delightful glish school teacher Anna's son,
Duff a
Each new confirmant was son of Mr and Mrs John Lundy of Mims; James Lundy, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. El- ing an argument between Ann I
time this hunt who becomes close friends with
presented' with a new Bible by Gregory: Allan Davis, 13, son of Mr and brt:: Lundy of Titusvllle.COSMETIC M--S Brady tells us there is a : morning and the King in the schoolrn<: "''n
Congregation\ very special[ day coming up next 1H 1> fee( Easter eggs and playing Chjhlonfikorn! : the more forceful scene< with Chulalongkorn saymc.
At the conclusion of the Con month fur her for Epsilon Delta numerous other games at their son of the King, played remarkably "I would say your Mother h. ,
firmotion Ceremony, Pastor Te end the North Bicvard Rehabilitation annual Easter party sponsored well by Dennis Ma inn. bal! manners" and Louis HI< I
jan announced, "I I hope to pir Center The MissiK. by the Community Affairs [Dept In real life the handsome log, "Oh you would, would .11< i I
form these services again, the r ",att Area Council of the sorority is of Titusville Junior Woman's youngsters! are close friends and would say your father ha, '"
tint Sunday after Easter, for a 114 having the annual Jonquil Ball Club The party day had to be have much in common. They are manners at all". However lit! \
group of adults who have been k on April 18 at the Hamaila Inn changed because the school< will 13Mi and students at Parkway make up in a later scene an I ,I Io h..
attending instruction classes" in Cocoa Beach, with proceedsto be closed Friday. Junior High School. Their hoblj:C1 very fine job at singing, 'it i

He encouraged\: others to join benefit the Rehabilitation: Ccn The youngsters prepared for include various sports and, of Puzzlement"/ .

these classes, which are usually ter. Reservations for the semiformal t. the party earlier in the week by

held on each Wednesday at t r ar' affair may be made, by thing all t't er own Easter eggs. "' \
7:30: p.m. calling Mrs. Brady at 2b7-1861 refreshments: were served by 1' \ /-l\R) ,
\t for her special event, Mrs:: members of the club < i\\ Pot Plants Lilies
at ,
'l'hll"oul'l conf:rmed were w Brady will her Jewel
a l receive
guests III a dinner reception iit pin during special ceremonies Mr\ and Mrs. Bjorn Try of
sponsored by the Luther League, prior to the ball at the home of Cl.Icugo returned to the home of \\\r'\ Azaleas Mums Tulips
held:! Sunday evening at the ( Mr. and Mrs. Henry Theed on their d3U hter, Mrs. Joan Greenville i I"rlq" ,
Church. Others present were 4 I 1la Ama Ave Two S
a prospective< : 203 Dianond Road, recently
the parents of these youth, the r r s pledges will also receive their after a delightful: camping excursion .J.Jr'\ lfllJ#j19 Gardenias. .
other confirmed youth of the pledge: pins at the ceremony, to South Florida On
ccmgrejatl.n, members of !the Mr. Robert Blanchard and thus. their first camping trip, theIr ) ALL BEAUTIFULLY
church council and their wives. .
Mrs. Diekenson 't visited Collier: Seminole ._-
Two special decorations of the Slate Park, Highlands Hammock WRAPPED AND READY TO

occasion were; a center piece of | Barbara and Hugh Wicker State Park Jonathan ENJOY .
lowers, and a Bible.shaped, I is v and daughter, Debbie of Sky Dickinson State Park and Myak-
beautifully decorated cake | -- Lan. attended a family reunion ka Fiver State Park. They met

SHOW The Indian River left: Mrs. Gail Rollins, guest cosmetician last weekend in New Snyrna people from New Zealand and Flowers by Fran
Miss Refsnider f Rexall Drug Store, located in Indian River for the show; Mrs. Lois Ramage, who is Beach Barbara parents, Mr many other countries and one
John Merriman Plaza, will present a cosmetic show March now employed as a full time cosmeticianat and Mrs. Clyde Milson of Or. night, 60) campers sat around a 2119 GARDEN ST. AM 7.2135
26 at the store. Several demonstrationswill the store; and Gerda Berkowitz, cosmo- lando, rented a large cottage for Urge cnmpfue and sang songs
Exchange Vows be given and the latest methods and talogist, who will be giving demonstra I' s

Miff Mary Refsnlder and materials will be shown. The show will Lions at the show.-(S-A Photo). I
Johnny, Mcrri.nan exchanged be presented by the above ladies, from

vows in a ceremony on March 20() FIRST TRY FREDRICKSYOUR
at a Baptist Church In Philadelphia

.., Pa
The bride Is the daughter of FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE
Mr. and Mrs J. Refsnidcr of y*
Ambler Fa She is a graduate of { e

Ambler Tie bridegroom High School is\ the son of TERRIFIC SAVINGS IN EACH DEPARTMENT !

Mrs Jeff Merriman of Titusville

|Jle Is in the Navy serving i {
aboard the USS Rowan out of FOR EASTER -

S' 'jiT' $$19.99 HAT & PURSE $$1.61

With 2 Pair Pants Compare At 2.99 _


SHIRT JACKET $$1.99 DRESSES $$1.94 10 $$6.97

Seersucker! Plaid Stripe __ SEE THESE TODAY!

I I I II ,

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of St. TercNit! Catholic Woman's James I n. Brown. CWC president ; Mrs
Club, sponsors of the annual Day of (.harles: Welly, spiritual! committee chairman 250 MEN SHORT SLEEVE EASTER DRESSES $$5.88
Recollection, stopped to talk with Fr : Mrs John D'Albori, treasurer: and 4.
I John B, O'Kara, pastor and Tr" Michael Fr Lawlor The vkitin Priest conducted SPORT S SHIRTS $2.59$ ONE WEEK ONLY I
Lawlor, president of Bishop Barry Cen Sunday's Day of Recollection Carlson
tral Catholic Hi fh School in St. Peters- Photo. Reg. 2,99 Many Styles 2 for $5.00 LADIES REG. $3.99
burg, following the special services at the

*. John Merriman IRC Woman's Club Planning Card Party. II SHIRTS )(1| .0f Oft> $5.00 3 FOR Colors Gold. BlAck. lUd. Belg.f

-- Indian River City area Is lal! prize, a 3 piece matched set entitles you to play a card game Pint Quality Bro,,;dcloth Rtg $2.71

I humming with activity as the of luggage valued at over $30' tf choice, _
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your a dessert and the __ 0. __ -_-_ -_ _
Now we have IRC Woman's Club plans for a would be awarded. Fifty! cent possibility of winning one of the '" -" _

I the finest dessert Wednesday!card, April party 22 to In tile bo Com held the donations selection will of be the accepted recipient and will I many door prizes! to be given; CLEARANCE VALUES TO $5.99

precision!: quality be made at the card party, but away, Tickets are ailabk from
stainless steel munity Dank, from Room 8 it of 11 p the.mAn Citizens! you do nut have to bo present to the ticket chairman, Mrs Chris PLASTIC DRAPERIES SALE! MATERNITY SET . . 1.39
I razor blade win. This act of luggage: will boon Webber, phone 2b7-6263: ; Mrs Jill
r important meeting, concerning display in the near future at Flmk :2"j7!; .0.83; or any club mem- 36" X 8]" . R.g. $1.00 77 C 2Stso; LADIES REC. 79c
this affair, was held Monday various business' eilahlishnnnls bir A No ticket booths will soon For kOSE . .
27" 2 . 2 pair $1.00
night: at the home tf Mrs Jill The price of admission ticket he plated in town. X 87" . R'\\1. 79 C S7c 1.00
U Flink, general chairman. Present --- -- ------ ---- -- -
were Chris Weber, ticket chair FLORAL DESIGN LADIES

+ o-n Limited S r supply.FULMER'S chairman man; Shirley; Lillian Plumb, door Turpoljac.prize Say "Happy Easter" WithIt3 HAND TOWELS 69e S7c PANTIES . 39c or 3 pair $1.00

special prize chairman: ; Rose -
Mitchell\, refreshment chairman;

DRUGS Juanita Young, arrangement.: ) FLOWERS .
chairman; Barbara Nunnally, ? : .
Garden PharmacyTitusville clean-up chairman; amt I Clare For The Church EXTRA LARGE FLORAL I DESIGN> CANNON LADIES: VALUES TO :3.99
FU. Simms, publicity chairman.

-- --- --- It was decided that as a spec For The Home TOWELS . ?,'.?,. 88c GIRDLES.I .

: 1 For The Shut-In Regular 35cWASH Now 99c
I $$1.49 $$1.94
LEARN EARN CLOTHS . 29c I Many Styles l To Choose Froml ,
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CORSAGES $2.00 and up -, -
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Secretarial Courses ....... noa.... --- --

Spccdwriting Shorthand ....
Classas Now,Forming! Most All Easier f__L ""1t .\ t USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLANS FOR EASTER I

W. Wire '" GAM746gsM 174449 FREDRICK'S 211 S. HOPKINS AVENUE .
COLLEGE 603 N.DIKIE Hwy. (U.S.Mgl)
1528 S. Washington 267.1181 ,I

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WodnocUy, March 25, 1"4 TTtvtvlllo
(Florida) SUr-Advoeiro Poi* I I

Mrs. Eaton ., 1 .. Relatives Visit -

,.' At Crofton Home

i Dies In Bay 1 ,
Mrs Lutlti
I 1 Porter anJ i:aujhtch -

( Mrs. Jewel Blocker who

Pines visited, at the l 1.. C. Croftun! home
several weeks left frill Uv! (lot

tieir home in !II. l'rter-,. srg.

Edna Moifi.xon Eaton Mrs. Puller i 1., a i.tL'r
widow of the lat Albin S. Eaton Croiton ml Mrs. liloekcr .is a

: passed away Monday. niece
March 23, at the Veterans hospital Iv s t r ,
IS 1 Till.' 11kl I I I r I rot Hf <>r TUB \
in Bay Pines NIMH 'ii, U0/SI. 5Ix11/r. IMi
\ \i., ion mitt \iin eoLvr: ,

Mrs Eaton! who lived at 2302 1 I.I"M'II i \ S<11 MMl% Vest

Jr Whispering Ihlls Road was act. a 'I ,II, ,L "t llr
w e IIAI I. .V Uh ?\"'' .
milted to the hospital on March t + PI.loute
rj ( 1 v..
A +
; :MInn \ i 1:1.: """. ,.t If".
Dorn in Adams County, 1>.. ."i.
TO HI: "''i I: '' .v I IIIAIU I I and. I _'
: Pernsjlvanla on May 12, 1888, BLOOD ,fn. I.WARD: H
she was a graduate nurse hav LOOD .,",,n I 111.OOD. hi.
wlfi 'root I I I.II.I.A I A. HLOOD mil
1 { log> trained at the Frankford It .1" h.. ',".11, I 11"1... -- her
hu..h.nl, ., .
r dea, e.'n.I' hl> her or their
Hospital in Philadelphia She unknown 1.1, ,.. .1"\1.I ,.ln Kranlec
At' served with the American Red ..lKnr I,. ","" Lrnlll",. truiitari
or Dlhci prrn'ns natural' l .
9ty wS.v Cross Nursing Service during ''+';f '. I, UlmlnR\ Iv; Ihr .uith or unlrr rllflclal I J
"tt 11 .1M7i\ :.1- l. or against the ihuvn 'named tie.
World:! War I. enlisting if, .Y ; "' t' iendants. it inv, of them >ndKulniit l'
((014! SheA.'as\ u member ftmriicnn r<: f! ] f(: '.. ,rfiMrs. ., all person tmvlui. .. ir" (aim.
., I ln" to have any Inter,MI In Ihi fol
\ Legion Post No, 7J( of \ : f I"wln" tle,,'rlhcU lands in Urnwrd
4 Tavares. County. Florida' :
Lots III and l II "I 111.k..
.a p M\ !H1ER DAY IN MARCH Four Mo- Elizabeth Elward from Marine City, nlvisFO; PLAT OF)! INDIAN b1 .f

E.- ...___._, /.WlS.1t. 7 r-- Sht is survived by a biothci', tl I.I ,currently.. visiting here were honor- Michigan, Mrs. Selma Eyrich from, Cin- Vial KIVKK Ihereof CITY.,. attorllnic raorI".., In to Phi lh. I

Clarence Mori'Nun of Bender! rI" l .i 11 l .I i Mothers Day In March" luncheon cinnattl, Ohio Mrs. Pearlie Bailey and :(look 4, *'ortlfil:12 f Puhllo

PLAN CARD PARTY The Indian River int were from left. front row Clare Sim- vile, Puini? several nieces and I M' ritlhh\ their daughters, all membersI granddaughter; Melodic Koontz Standing 11 Umorli.>rlila. ; dlb Count/i "I'y.

City Woman's Club met Monday night to ms Juanita Young, and Lillian Turopol- a nephew Glenn Mon'ison.I I I \rI',u l7e board of Florida Greeters from left are Mrs, Ginny Keefer hostess, Ton and each of you are hrrrby

discuss plans for a Dessert Card Party to )jac back row Barbara Nunnallv. Shirley Funeral services will he heM C' HI b S('.,itrd around table, from left, are Mrs. Claudia Zanetta, Mrs. Bea Morris, flied notified a"uln thai.>t a you Com In lal"l the hit Circuit"heed I

be held Wednesday. April 22 in the Community Plumb. Chris Weber, Rose Mitchell and at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Irnvl": \II', j\Iu", Schuld from Cleveland, Ohio Mrs Rosemary Decker and Mrs, Peggy Pours In sad for llrnvard County j.
Room of the Citizens Bank. Pres- Jill Flink.-S-A Photo side in Drevard Memorial 1'ai1. !, )'lorlda, which catiiw In In title es
( ). ji ,(d I si mdthildren, Patty and John Keefer Kcontz.--(Carlson Photo). above herein Th. Plal"II" .eke the
Cemetery Smith Funeral Home quletln of tllla lo tha real urnu. {

., ._.. .. _. is in charge. arty abova ileacrlbed.
r ... <- .. 1. You arc hereby .
required to fll ,
.. CA Of Of
Group Assembly God ElectThe .
New Books Now your ilrfeniwii to tha .anavt null
( Pallbearers will be Dave Ham with the (',..k of the above Mvl.d
sue: Victor Green II. T. Will annual election of officersof Miss Stella hcarola was elected (Coin and t n aervi- a i-..ny of .HAITI
upon moiTON IIKFVVm: : llou-
lama, Glenn Morrison, Glenn Me\ the Christ Ambassador groupat president! ; Robert{ Joiner, vice I.ANO. 6111I) Palm Avenue Tltu.vlll...
I AI Library the local of God! )a'lorlda Allornrya fns Plaintiff. on
.I Master and Joe Vallccntl I < before .
g' president and Miss Brenda! IUI or Ai>rll ZlthM4.. \ herein
Church, at 1212 W Main Street fall not or a l>". rm, Ii'? Confeaio.
linger will nerve as the group's will be entered .atalnat t.inIV .
IMPROVING Tin following new books was conducted Sunday, March 22, : WITNhHS,; \MIKUKor
_'r 1tf r nave ricon received at the Titus at the regular inciting a'cretary tnnsurer, eel my hand and I aff'm...l my offh.Ul
coif. anal at Tlluivlllp )"Florid. this 24tb
t f Mrs. M B Smith is
vile Public Library, announces .
nt Miss Scnrnla urges: all mtm Jay of Marsh, 1J4>I
xi .i, h a Yaw i) eh valcscing at her home in Indian Mrs[ : Jinn Swidzmskl, Librarian: Klar Marks; Over the Mormon: COUHT HfAIC.UHTH: .>
l berg to attend the medinxj: each!! : II. IIAUVH.::
a River City following her nturo Adult Trail by Helen Hinckley Jones; Trek t of the I.'Ir,'ull Court
( from Orlando where she waspatient & Alexander the Great by Chuil Sunday at 6:30: p.m, In toe chuich llrevarl Inunly. .Hurl U
Phi Light: of Day by Eric Am auditorium, The entire! group extends Sty V. H tfpunitarIh '
at Orange Memorial Hospital cs Alexander Robinson, Jr,; 'puly L lurk
j weeks bl r; The !IMrabKs of Kahhl an Invitation to vUitors Mar 35, Apr I I.. H,. IS (IWed.) 1M4l .
a few Ivanhoe by Edward W. Dolch; -- -
Liibran by Annie Salem Otto;
---- IINtllTIIII Hr ter TIIK
A Surpirse for Mrs. Dunny by The local C.A. das will Join
t Vela jiiiiiiti. '
Heres Your Hat by Bill Severn; < iK< iir or
Rarner who are in school at Charlotte Steiner; The True with other Assembly of God tU.HII'I' .\\11 10 K II HE*
Whcrt's Annie by Eileen Bass- \HII .KM \'rr.
In. Book of Energy by Ilia Poden- < II I:11: < r..in .
Grucevillo, the Baptist Bible iiii; Dorothy and lied by Vincent Churches in this section rur a 10. 41 NIaSolid
". fctitute. In North fcloriila The hiein; Fluorine and Den dorf?; Fireflies In the Night by fellowship rally at the Melbourne sfits51''hAUe! : ('UKP. or
I Judy Hawcs; Hoi'ton Hatches the Assembly of God; Friday, March Vh.110: OKAl/: II. a MorlOa Corpor-
next monthly meeting will be at tal Health, Joseph C. Muhler Ytlca.
Egg by Dr Siuss. 27 at 7:30:
p.m. I'lulntltf
f( I the home of Mrs Edward Hcum, Edit vatit.NI0Nlr0

Y on April 27th. at 241 Beverly I).nk' lantirn by Christopher ..--- : CIot'iI.luu, ": HQMrer,!et:ulTCI ..IM a Floe.Ina .

I St., in TitUbVille Shirt; Min or Courage: the lI..I.n""I." .
:J/c :JilleJ/
\ Story of Dr Edward, L. Trudeauby a HiirlU Coruuratl.

I t tI t- I Visits, T. 0, L.. Dairy Kathryn E. Harrod; Rawhide i ... YOU Iuo AUK(hall IIKICH.IIY''rvoTiriicn'

The Stage II classes of Mims Trap by Trev Roberts; Birds ofF lhal a Cnmpalnt| : h.... lI.en find
I t I C03 .past' in the ah,.
School their teachers Mrs. 'u'Id and Forest by E Demar you. vu atylod
with l/o Ivlorc. t inn fur f>n<.lo.ur. ot thai ...r.
Li-.1 1 -.. \\tV.GJ I renter and Miss Currier, wenton Inn lllu<.. Mathematics by DavId t ti .. lain miniiKt'. ,.',.rricd' .In orfliliil
EASTER FLOWERS BY Itviurl II ".k .t'''l. I nut k. llr.v.rl
a field! trip to the T. G Dairy Pirguminl, Art of the Wist County, b'luriua, Public aacorda.
NEW SORORITY PLEDGES New Sleeman, Beulah Feagan, Mary Jane and you err" required to i" rvi' a copy
I members of Theta Omicron Chapter of Demote> Theta Omicron president, Dell it Orlando as a culmination ofa ern World Spanish: Painting by Flowers 01Distinction nf ynur answer or other dcfrnilvo
I Biceln lilfaillnH l I" .ill ComilHlnt'
Ufco on
unit of study The clams ;
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority receiving the Young and Patricia Kln .. In back are lUlntlfn'' alt,irnry. H: .TON II.
'ledge ritual during combined Helen first visited the processing plant. Juvonilo 1.'IIWAitZ I 1O U,>* Z,Jfi' 8.U Bon.Htuarl .
1 ; ceremonies Campbell, Sonia KNner: and Ctcel- t' yes Avenue. a'lurida, :and
I recently were,, from left, Ellen lia Horn Carlson? Photo. .... Afterwards the croup went Stop the Typewriters! by Shirlfy fII. the orl.ln..1 answer ..r d.r.n..e
.. out to (he T. G. Lee Dairy Form 418 S. Washington 267-2879 ptradin. J In, the o loot's to Art
Surgont, go( an of the Circuit' Cnurt Tltuivlllnriarldn .
where they saw the workers pre. JlVlustum! fly Mary Jo Dorreson; on or before the 4th day of
--- April' UK' If via fall h do
M. a
Mims Area Happenings pete the cows for milking viewed (but post t of Jupiter by Lester jMcrra Ira L.vnttmia will/ ba taken
the actual milking and cool. etanat) you far the relief preyed for
dil Rev; Naming Living Things In the <'implilntTh .
J lag processes to( prepare the by Sarnh II Riedman; The JOB WANTED AT $5.00 PER WEEK real property. : .being fare.
up altuatr iyitR and
Fire milk for transportation to the )Hardy Boys.The House on the bring In Vravard County, *" "rh''land
Auxiliary Planning SupperBy plant. The men in chargc'gavea ; la ilmtrlhel! as 1..lh'WM.' lu,wit:
Cliff Frunklm
W Dixon
by ; Secretary will answer your phone, take messages Lot. I. HlMk ('r'. Iliwe OarnVni.Mm .
informative narration of
very I Cyclone by Bruce Grant lion Co I. llrevanl County

( Mrs. Gladys McLcndon) lovely State. They left! last t Carol Rackley Chairman Mrs, procedures: different breeds of Straw )Hat Theater by MickeyENGRAVED \ orders, name and numbers for $5 per week. 'or.I.,1 1 Horlila' ..I .In I Plot, ucr, IN flat uk U: ,thnreof Pave 80 re. *
cattle at the dairy farm and the Public 11..1., of iirovariliiinly
AM 71248 Monday' for home. Joe Booth( presided over the ('' Hirlil.HONK '..
reason for having these breed. .
: AM1 ""n :ROD[ at Tllua.vlHi .

At the monthly meeting the Circle Mroting !meeting. and Mrs. I 1'. W. Robe A calf of each breed was Wedding Invitations e.- mi.. Horlila this :Jl day of March.

Mims Fhcman Aiullliary made ert, Jr., program chairman, brought out fun the children to ICOlItT SfAl: )
The Elizabeth Watkins Circle FI rcc gift for just lancing' at wedding ('t I ItriS/! It. IIA fiN FoB
gave a program entitled "I must! net and pot All felt that it
plan for a good old fashioned Tltuivlllo Arc Cocoa A Cocoa Botch (lrk "r Ih> ('I)null Court
met tit the First Baptist Churchof Act." Tie. made to sample l I"N.k Alan announcenunts IIV Ilirtl' Hill
on April llth Mrs group plans was a very enjoyable and educational 267 5530 '3* 7031
supper napkins, thank you Urpuiv I ClrrhMar.
Muni .
James Parker asks that t any one yesterday Chairman send a box to Mr and Mrs. Pat, trip ')):"*, I nl or ma In. etc., 2875775 1:tAI"r, I, H I I. ,IVYarM 19M. .
Mrs\ Robert West
presided over 1-- ---- --
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that has good used clothing they ----
; the and the absenceof
meeting in i I .
would like to donate to the
the Program: Chairman, MM I
Auxilliary fur their sales on Saturday .
t West, presented a program on
I mornings!: it would be ap "Good "
preihtfd Clothes may be l left t INTERESTCOMPOUNDED .
Mrs. West reports they had a
at the Fire S:ation or call Mrs.
real nice group to attend the Devotional -
James Parker and arrangement

will be to pick tIle clothes up Service at the county
home last t Wednesday Rev

i Pcrtonsal Joseph Boatwright went with

I the group and led the devotional
Miss Ann Bracken accompanied
service Later visited
I her friend, Miss Lana they
and had: a real time The
nice -
Hutchtsen, along with her brother
circle and
meeting adjourned
Kenneth, as he made the
j trip to Olmla S. C, last week luncheon members. was served to about 10 ;!

Sorry, Ann, I did not mean to .

leave your name out. -
The Ahc Gaventa Circle of

thtFirbt Baptist Church of .
Mr and Mrs. Glen Barnett of
Mim, met in the home of Mrs.
Pine Grove Estates have had

*Mrs Barnett brother and us. QUARTERLY I

ter.in.law. Mr and Mrs. Myron Discover -

Stearns of Brackton Mass, visi

ting here the past couple of mon Dccya CosmeticsIf .

ths Tho Barnctts also celebrated Your Faco U Not Becoming .

their 25th anniversary, To You You Should Bo Coming .

and wonderful enjoyed dinner going with out Mr for and a To Ut Try- It I Save where your money earns -

Mrs. Stearns while they were
Get A FREE 30.MlnuloDemonstration .
here This was the first time 4% and all :
the Steam have been In florida. per annum savings

They seemed real enthusiastic NANS BEAUTY PARLOR r rare

about everything here and just 1306 South St. 2475411

might rl..cldt to move itno our compounded (IllarlcrlyCITIZENS
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! I

r 'I u Ipngx in E".opc..Prec

I t plaslo8+

_.-1: FIRST PRIZE IN sp '


$125,000 MONTE CARLO






Authorized Sp.ld.l Deal.r l



course, acting They hope, out .
Tlfusvlllc (Florida) Star Advocate Wednesday, March 25, 19(4 day, to have a career! in arllnll-
I Ironically enough, the two ht\

'round first became interested in Jt t.
I'n' town I II Ing at a very young! age by PN,
!raying a famous "Peter"r.
actor for their classnu i

/ iD'itA Netoi And Nofert Wfsl barb ara Car 3Qlt Wayne played Peter Pan In j ,kit
/ oNor1A f3revard in third grade and Denis Wt.i "?
j I themselves. adorable little Peter Cotton)..,l! n
1rc al old, fashioned box supper the affair and enjoyed having and I introduced visit- a play in (first grade.

was enjoyed by members of the:r family together for a week JI1I.n's parents have time been and Wayne is the son of Mr ,ltll t

Epsilon Delta Chapter, Epsilon: end of fun. Others attending ing here for some to various Mrs. I. Hudgins 101 Dozier 1v.. ,

Sigma Alpha Sorority, Saturday were Mr. Pearl Wagner Mrs, taking several short Sunshine trips Stale. and has appeared In several ,p'' ,m sin
- - evening in the lovely home of Malson's sister from West Vir parts of the the area During 1962, III/"Il'/"
.' ., Mr. and! Mrs George Ne\cn at ginia, Mr and Mrs. Henry Joan said they had such a taking dramatic lessons at H ,I
Iihljnd! Terrace in Forest Goodwin from Orange City, time camping, she
5 ConfirmedAt f 628 for then hns College, Wayne plays i ,
( ilUlh. :'1". Charles Darker from Orlando surprise! birthday party the spoiled brat, Cary Brown, in In!
: l' f.; < gals: all packed delicious and, of course, all the and the family presented vitatmn To a March" in 0'.1.11'' '",
.. .I. Vt! I tJd bits in boxes then wrapped! grand children We hear every new carr ping enthusiasts with a and Daytona Beach He has. sin<"
Trinity ,> ( I It and ftarnrated' them with r b- line hid a wonderful time, even camp ,love and a foam mattressfor appeared In "Auntie MJIH .

t \ bons. Mowers find bows so their if it did get a little cool Sunday their station wagon. This "GYpsy" and played "Chcsti t cia
LutheranTrinity 1. '.1; husbands wouldn't know whose charming Northern couple ad- Miniature First Nightcrs Skit ,It t
tt'Y' box they were bidding tit The Cny Manager Cleveland Tal Use us Southerners to "see Florida Florida Wonderland

Lutheran Church, was .r highest t bidder for each bux sup. nudge and his lovely wife, Toni, first on: weekend camping lie is a member of the National
wr.flowing in attendance Sun. i ,4Li per nte with the gal who pie- arc expecting special guests tomorrow trips." Sounds like fun!! Junior Honor Society and III""n,

day during the 10:1 15 a.m. Worship u: pared It. Later they tall played Dr. and Mrs. C, RUin first Sax with the PJ1I)[ Band

services, when five youths games and ended the evening: of College Park, Maryland. Two very talented young boys Denis is the son of Mr( ,ml i'I
wero received into membershipby c with dancing Dr Davis was Mayor of College are playing leading roles in Titusville Mrs. George Mahan, 34 1I11i1 i i, ,:

the !holy Fate' of Confirmation t Attending were Mr. and !Mrs Park at the same time Cleveland Little Theatre's produc Drive and has appeared ln

Mid the Sjeramer.t of HOlY Bap- t \.. t Harvey Girard Mr. and Mrs. way City Mer. tion. 'The King/ and I." and are Gypsy" and a "Tom Saws, i i'

Urn Pastor Claude E. Tejan I lit .. ...;iI Frank Sweet, Mr and Mrs The Davies are touring Florida doing an excellent job in portraying school musical production( II h
announced that tus: was the J Henry{ Thoed. Mr and Mrs. and, will spend one or two their individual roles. a member of the Pill)[ school oil n(.
largest attendance since the CONFIRMED -, Pastor Claude E, Tejan Mrs. Johnnie} ; E. Davis of Titusville; Kath- Hichnrd Brady, Mr and Mrs da>'* with Clcve; :and Toni. The quiet, more reserved manner nual staff.

dedication of the Church two confirmed five young people at Trinity ryn Elizabeth Lundy, 14, sister of John; Dick Pickenson, Mr and !\Mrs of Wayne Huclgms Is perfectfor In the "King and I", the Uv,
years ago. Lutheran Church on Palm Sunday. Charles Donald Mays, 15, son of Mr. and Jack Miller and Mr and Mrs! Student nt the North Brevard the part of Louis, the English toys flare up at each other .In
Left to right are John Dozier Lundy, 16, Mrs J, T Mays of Titusville; Leonard William Duff Rehabilitation, Center had a delightful school teacher Anna's son, ing an argument betweennm
Each new confirmant was son of Mr, and Mrs, John Lundy of Mims; James Lundy 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ell time this morning hunt who becomes close friends! with and the King in the school
presented< with a new Bible by Gregory Allan Davis, 13, son of Mr\ and bert: Lundy of Titusville. Mrs Brady tells us there next is a liiij for Easter eggs and playing Chjlalongkorn, the more force scene with Chulalongkorn !saym,
special day coming
very up
Congregation munrrnus other games at their ful son of the King, played re "I I would say your Mother\ h. ,
month her
for for Epsilon Delta
At the conclusion of the Confirmation annual Easier party sponsored markably well by Dennis Mannn, bad manners," and Louis rdu, I
and HIP North Dicvard Re
Ceremony, Pastor Te-. habilitation Center. The Missile by the Community Affairs Drpt In real life the handsome ing, "Oh you would, would jan announced\ 'I hope to perform Is of Titusville Junior Woman's youngsters are close friends and would say your father has ,',
Area Council the
of sorority
these services again, the having the annual Jonquil Call (').Ib. The party day had to be have much in common. They are manners at all". However tlm,
first t Sunday after Easter, for a changed because the school will 13<'4 and students at Parkway make up in a later scene an I dr i ii >
group of adults who have been on April 13 at tinRamacla Inn be closed Friday. Junior High School Their hohlj:ciinclur'e 11 i very fine job at singing "It, 1 i
In Cocoa Beach, with lroceeds
attending instruction classes" ( and of Punlement".
various sports
The fur
to benefit the Rehabilitation, Center youngsters prepared
He encouraged others to join -
: caw 4, Reservations fur the kemi- the party earlier. in the week by -
these classes, which are usually
# -ry formal affair may be made by tlving' ill t' er own Easter eggs. I t tat

held 1:30() p.m.1'he on each Wednesday at a''I 11 I t calling for Mrs.her special Brady at event 267.1861.As Mrs. freshments members! of the were club served by i 't./ ''J l ? Po! Plants I s, Lilies, ;

Youth confirmed: were Brady will receive her Jewel

guests kt a dinner reception pin daring special ceremonies Mr. ned Mrs, Bjorn Try of .! Mums t
Azaleas Tulips
sponsored by the Luther League, prior to the ball at the home of Cl.icugo returned to the home of I ) SI !
held Sunday l evening at the Mr. and Mrs Henry Tlierd on their: daughter, !Mrs\ Joan Green fJJlf

Church Others present were Anna Ave Two prospective vine, 205 Diamond. Road, recent I I1 rl J Gardenias. I

the parents of these youth the pledge will also receive their ly after a delightful,: camping excursion ,, t I
other confirmed youth of the pledge pint at the ceremony, to South Florida On
cOllil.t'traUun, members of the MM. Robert 131,inehard and this, their tirst camping trip, the ALL BEAUTIFULLY l

church council and their wives Mrs Dickenson. 1n'B visited Collier Seminole ,- WRAPPED AND READY TO
Two special decorations of the Elate Park, Highlands Hammock -
occasion were; a center piece of I Barbara and Hugh Wicker State Park Jonathan ENJOY .

fiowers, and a Bible-shaped, and daughter, Debbie of Sky Dickinson State Park and Myakka -

beautifully decorated cake I, ..- -.- --- _,- _r a ,4er IIL .'- A__ L in', attended a family reunion River State Park They met
lust weekend in New Smyrna people from New Zealand and Flowers Fran
COSMETIC SHOW The Indian River left. Mrs, Gail Rollins, guest cosmeticianfor by
Miss Refsnider f Rexall Drug Store, located in Indian River the show; Mrs Lois Ramage, who is Teach Barbara's partita! Mr many other countries and one
John Merriman Plaza, will present a cosmetic show March now employed as a full time cosmeticianat and Mrs. Clyde Matson of Orlando night: 60 campers sat around a 2119 GARDEN ST. AM 7.2135
rented a large cottage for large!: cnmpfne and sang songs
26 at the store. Several demonstrationswill the store; and Gcrdd Berkowitz, cosmo- .t'
Exchange VowsMiss be given and the latest methods and talogis, who will be giving demonstrations -

Befsnlder! and materials will be shown. The show will at the show.-S-A Photo). I
Mary be presented by the above ladies, from
Merrinan exchanged
yaws in a ceremony on March 20 '"
at a Baptist Church In Philadelphia
Pa ,p. ..,,
The bride Is the daughter of FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE
Mr. and! Mrs J. Refsmder of
Ambler Pa She is a graduate of t

The bridegroom {is the son of
Mrs. Jeff Merriman of Titusville.
He is in the Navy serving ( -

aboard the USS Rowan out of FOR EASTER -
Philadelphia, Pa Men 24,99SUI

t S I r S $$19.99 HAT & PURSE $$1.61 1

Compare At 2.99MEN'S
With 2 Pair Pants _
REG. 2.93

SHIRT JACKET $$1.99 DRESSES $$1.94 lo $$6.97 1

I S..rtruckel' PI.ld _
Stripes ,_ _

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i AT DAY OF RECOLLECTION; : Of- church. From left arc Fr. 0'IIare, Mrs. JUST RECEIVED FOR EASTER!I- 1 LADIES REG. VALUES TO $8.99

leers< of St. Teresas Cutholic Woman's James H.) Brown, CWC I president; Mrs\ II
Club, sponsors of the annual Day of Charles Welly, spiritual committee chair. 250 MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE EASTER DRESSES $$5 88

Recollection stopped to talk with! Fr. man, Mrs. John D'Albora, treasurer< and* SPORT SHIRTS
I John D. O'Hara, pastor and Fr Michael Fr. Ijftwlor, The visiting Priest conducted $2-59 ONLY!

Lawlor, }president of' Bishop Barry Central Sunday's Day of Recollection, CarKon'
Catholic High School in St. Peters- Photo. Reg. 2.99 Many Styles 2 for $5.00 LADIES REG. $3.99

burg following the special services at the

Mrs John Marrlmtn IRC Woman's Club Planning Card PartyIndian II SHIRTS I I $$1.88] $5.00 3 FOR Colors Gold. Black. Red Beig.ILADIL'S

River City area is lal prize, a 3 piece matched set entitles you to play a card gameof First Quality Broadcloth; ; Rog. <2.79

I humming with activity as the of luggage valued at over iso your choice, a c'essert' and the =, ",, =- ===--=, .o=,=-_=-=-C, -_ -__, _-=-=_ ,
Now we have IRC Woman's Club plans fur a would be awarded. Fitly cent possibility of winning one of the -

the finest dessert card party to be held donations will be accepted( and many door prices to be given CLEARANCE VALUES TO S5.99
I the selection of the recipient will
Wednesday! April 22, in the Com
precision quality be made, at the card party, but away. Tickets are liable: from MATERNITY SET
munity Room of the Citizens . 1.39
stainless steel the ticket chairman, Mrs ('hrii DRAPERIES SALE!
Dank, from 8 to 11 p,mAn you do not have to bo present to
I razor blade. win, This set of luggage: will b.' Webber, phone 2b76J63: Mrs Jill LADIES REG. 79c
important meeting, concerning on display In the near future at t (link. ?j7 OJ83:: ; or any club mem, 36" X 87" R.g. $1.00 77c alga
this affair was held Monday various business' establishments. brr Also ticket booths will soon / HOSE . . . 2 pair $1.00
night at the home cf Mrs, Jill The price of admission ticket be placed in town. 27"x81" . Rlg.79c S7c \ o"

J Flink, general chairman. Present --_-._---. --- -- -_. -- -- --- LADIES
were Chris Weber ticket chairman .

; Shirley Plumb, door prize Say "Happy Easter" With HAND TOWELS R.e9 S7c PANTIES . 39c or 3 pair $1.00

Limited supply.FULMER'S chairman; Lillian Turpoljar. ,
special prize chairman; Rose -

Mitchell, refreshment chairman i,
DRUGS Juanita Young, arrangement: FLOWERS .
chairman, Barbara Nunnally, Ti
Garden Pharmacy clean-up chairman; and Clare' w-r jr sf For The ChurchCJbiss ij EXTRA LARGE FLORAL DESIGN:C CANNON VALUES TO 3.99
Summa, publicity chairman.
Tltusvlllfl. Fla. GIRDLES.
It was decided that as! a spec' ; | For The Home TOWELS . . . ?,.?, 88c .

I I r For The Shut-In Regular 3cWASH Now 99e $$1.49 $$1 a94
LEARN EARN Many Styles To Choose Froml
: ; : _
CORSAGES $2.00 and up .. .
Secretarial Courses .MM,M WMR .

Spccdwriting Now, Forming ShorthandClasses Most All Easier rL. ", ._ :iIIr r9 } USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLANS FOR EASTER jFREDRICK'S I I

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W.dnaJ.y] Mirth 25. W4 Tmnvlllo (''.rlch) It.r.A....." Pep Iif ,

,,, .. Mrs. Eaton Relatives Visit -

At Crofton Home

it .. .I Dies In Bay I '$ C I IM Mrs LUZK. Porter and I (laugh-\

teh Mrs Jewel Blocker who

; visited,! at the L. C. trofton home J

j Pines Hospital scvtral' weeks left Friday (Cor

toes, ionic, in bt littrMmrg! !

Mr Edna Moifi.son Eaton, Mrs. pmr\ i a niter ol Mr.

v rFr widow of the late Albin S. Got Croiton mind Mrs Lloekcr is a

t 1 :an, pjssed away Monday. rr'j meet.

r, s d I March 23. at the Veterans Hospital t 6 I I jj.--IK: ;
I I I 11 I I l II l' I III ikr fit THE
an Bay Pines MN 111 ,ii mi i 511. 111/1I ir, ix
\M Mill lllitllhll I01NTV.:

Mrs Eaton, who lived at 2302 MIIHIHk.
I II k\i r ill N". JJH.UIII '
Whispering Hills Road was ad r f t '''III.. 5.5. "lit 1 _
rr .VM; 1..1 IU.\.H.
JiwJ muted to the' hospital on March: 4'i Plaintiff l
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wo 4, bMoltl: \ i:i..IMII, .n. "l I
Dorn in Adam County. 11-6 nd.elL.
T<) fM'\\: I: 1I1.IIOIJ..n.1! _'
Pennsylvania on May 12, 1888, BU>01() it |Its. MMVARD: H
T she was a graduate nurse, haying 1IL.OOD! .!lI,1 i,I MOOD, hi.
wit, ,u,?i I I.II.I.A|| I A BLOOD and ,
o trained at the Frankford! II .h. I.. III..IM..I.. -- _-- hr
r IF huxbii', I i|,.III.l hi., her or their a
Hospital in Philadelphia. Shu w ,
unknown I <'I 1. H drt.rx rantee,
served with the American Red a..1.ne.. r I.?. ."" '. LtIIl.?". Iruole..
F or olhpi i prr.n.. nuiiiial or .'11.
+ Cross Nursing Service during filial I Riming liy thr..ugh imler'
ii ui Wol'IlVar I. enlisting (ip or afalnni the: ahoy named De.foniluniK .
.. r or uiv, ol ih-m and t
1014 She was a member ofmiMlean 'i anal< nut all p..rmn, hmh'''," lOr ..|.im.
,_ lour' ti, have any Inler"Nt In thi. fol I
a ,\ Legion Post No. 70 of lowingdemrloul lands. In llrnvard
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Ta cares. -- w.. '-_ W.dIIIIII"" \ County InrliU:
l.oi In and II nr 111"11
MOTHERS\ DAY IN MARCH Four MO- Mrs Elizabeth Elward from Marine City, It :VrMI-:1J I.AT[ lit'> INDIAN hi nf j

EPLAN ......_ /&!. r.-.w..r She(. is survived' by a brothelClarence tl "uimntly. / visiting here were honor- Michigan, Mrs Selma Eyrich from Cin- ,Pint RIVER.. thereof: CITY a* accor.lln roinnl,I\ In to I'lut lb.

1\1orl'l.on of UtndiMvillo ii ,it d i 'Mothers' Day In March" luncheon cinnattl, Ohio Mrs Pearlie Bailey and Hook 4 at One, U, ill the Puhllo ,

CARD PARTY The Indian River int were from left front row Clare Sim. Pinna, several nieces anda I M ( ., ntl\ n\ heir I daughters, all membersi granddaughter Melodic Koontz Standing liirltla KoionU[ ;. ot llrevarl"' County, ",1

City Woman's Club met Monday night to ms, Juanita Young, and Lillian TuropolJac nephew, Glenn Morrison. I I ( '"e1 i dice board of Florida Greeters from left are Mrs Ginny Keefer, hostess, Ton And mach of you art hereby
discuss plans for a Dessert Card to back Barbara Nunnallv Funeral services will he heM'' notified that a Comulalnl' ha been
row Shirley { I'h' Sc. ,iii'J around table, from left are Mrs. Claudia Zanetta, Mrs. Bea Morris, filed a..ln.l yoU In' the circuit
be held Wednesday. April 22, in the Com- Plumb, Chris Weber Rose Mitchell and at 10 a.m. Thursday at the KM: vesicle ;\\11". ?Muv: Schuld from Cleveland, Ohio Mrs Rosemary Decker and Mrs Peggy! Court In anfi tor llrevard County
munity Room of the Citizens Bank. Pres. Jill Flmk. S-A Photo in Brcvard !Memorial Park! Florida. which cauiw. In In tills ..
-( ). .u d ldrllclllldren( Patty and John Keefer, Kcontz.-Carlson Photo). above herein. Th. l'I..lntl" .rell. Ih.
Cemetery Smith Funeral Home Quieting of title lt> th. real properly J

.. .... .. ". '"'''-1'''' .. ....-........ is in charge. *', You abov are hereby deH.rlbe. required to file
New Books Now CA Group Of Assembly Of God Elect your ....teo.... 10 Ih. abov..ult 1).
i Pallbearers will be Dave Ham with the Clerk ol th. above alvled

H'i age, Victor Green, II T. Will The annual election of officersof !Miss Stella fecarola was elected Churl, CltorroN.and ti> aerv IIHIV a. r"py-:K of* HUU nnmuiran .

lams, Glenn !Morrison, Glenn the Christ Ambassador groupat president; Robert Joiner, vice- I IAND.609 Palm Avenue. Tllu.vlllo.
1\11'I At Library the local I Assembly of dod .'lolda, AllorOftY. Inr ""'I ntl ron
Master and Joe Valicentl
'f'g I. president and Miss Brenda Ral- or bvfor Arrll Jltli, 1J11"! Herein
Church, at 1212 W. Main Street fall not or a Dauer Pr. Confeaiowill
linger& will the bn entered .alnat ,
: serve as group'ssrrct a y >u
llu books was conducted Sunday, March 22:!,
# IMPROVING following new IN: WIT.Vf.! UllrUKOF.: : 1 hav
,-i ." ( nave been received at the TllulI''Ille at the regular meeting. a ryt treasurer, set my hand anil fflnril. my offli" laleal
at Tltuavlll.. riorlda. thla 24th
Smith is
Mrs M. D convalescing
C '' st \ Pubic Library, announces Miss Scarola urges: all mem day nf IIoI..r'h. |hail! .
/ !' ', \ !oaw..w.1' at her home in Indian! Mrs: Jean Swhlnnskl, Librarian: Klar Marks; Over the Mormon (CIJUUT: IIFAUCIlItTII'I
beta to attend the mee-lingj each!! K. IlAHNr::
River City following her return Trail by Helen Hmckley Jones; (',l.-rk nf the "'In ult Court
Sunday at 8:30: In tne chuich Unveil. ,
from Orlando where she was apatient p m County rlurlla
Ik' Alexander tho Great by Chailcs .
The of Eric Am auditorium IIvV. H Hpanxler
Hot-. Light Day by The entire gioup extends
at Orange Memorial Deputy ll.rk
Alexander! Itobmson, Jr.
i ; Eli r; The 1'jirablos of Kabul ; an Invitation to visitors. Mar 35 Apr. I I. a. IS .,1ved.l IM4IN .
pital a few weeks Ivanhoe by Edward W Dolch; -- -- -
jilirun by Annie Salem Otto; Tilt; I'IMI' If ( III I ur nt'
--- -- THRM :
A for Mrs. The local CA class will Join
Surpirse Bunny by
I> HI Jt inn ii. tiss5Ir
t litres! Your Hat by Bill Severn ; or
F Ramer, who are in school at Charlotte Steiner, The True with other Assembly of God MOKIIM" INM rOH ilK 11:-
: When Annie/ ? by Eileen Bass- l 'HI> I "I'll TV
Bible Institute Book of Energy by Ilia Poden- ('II ,1\I S.III Sl -
Grucevillo, the Uaptist inn; Dorothy und lied by Vin Churches in this section for a 'Is.h J n.11HHNOIH .Kl IT

in North Horida The' cent f>h<,ein; Fluorine and Den dorf: Fireflies in the Night by fellowship rally at the Melbourne rllt.liTOU.I, !lAtH: leiKP or
l r Judy Hawcs Horton Hatches the VKliO; IIU.M!: \:II. a. HorlUa Cur or.
; Assembly of God; Friday, March
I next monthly meeting will bo at tal Health.! Joseph C. Muhler, atlun,
Edit, Egg by Dr, Sums 27 at 7:30: p.m. flulnllff,
I the home of Mrs Edward lleusa, VI

on April 27th., at 241 Beverly Iilk) lantirn by Christopher Illlt DlrlKINbll. : t..tp.x'| lull HOMftf, *l:..I.. .IVi[ a .'tor.I. .

I bt? in Titusville Shirt; Man of Courage: the u DifentUnta.
\ Story of Dr. Edward, L. Trudeauby 'illeJCO.1l / a lornU Coruvrail.
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Visits T. G. Loo Dairy Kathryn E. Hjrrod; Rawhide Eau ( HWHaU/NOTIriEr
t- YOU AU[ >
i The Stage 11 classes of Mirm! "rMfJ by Tiev Roberts; Birds of mitt l")1 r thai. a toniplilnt ban, hrcn tiled
.lu.t the all
110 mOre. an you in 'vi atyledI
School with their teachers, Mrs Field anti Forest by E Demur k .. 'OHM for lirnloMur. of that ter

'L.. ..I..J. & -...-. .' UA.J I 1 j Porter and Miss Currier, went tun 111m., Mathematics by David \ t. EASTER FLOWERS BY lull m"r1..I iluk u,rr.u, ordrd luurHubl. In k. 11,1 OUlch,11I.'or.1 ,
on a field trip to the T G, Dairyat Rirptimini; Art of the Western t'olll.1. Fhrlua, lleinrda.
-, NEW SORORITY PLEDGES New Sleeman, Beulah Feagan, Mary Jane and YOU artregalrl'd. I" I..rvu. eupv-
f ,., members of Theta Omicron Chapter ofd' Demole, Theta Omicron president, Dell Orlando, as a culmination of Uo World Hicelu Spanish Painting by Flowers 01Distinction uf,iilcadln your aniwvr to. cold nr other Complaint: .on.
of classes
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority receiving the Young and Patricia King In back are a unit study The Plulnilffi: att?rnvy. Kl.TON IIheilWARZ .
first visited, the processing plant Juvenilo I [ 1'l 0 ilx> J,'ra h .l.u Don-
)ledge ritual during combined ceremonies Helen Campbell, Sonia llisner and Cetcl- var Avenue,, Miuarl! : t'icrida, and
d' I recently were.. ,, from left* Ellen lia horn Carlson; '," Afterwards the group went Mop the Typewriters by Shirl file the original an"wtr. er lit,nndv.piruainq .
out? to the T G. Lee Dairy Farm, y Sargent; Let's go to on Art 418 S. Washington 267-2879 the Circuit In the btfli.Court,"if Tltuavlll Hi ('leekof .

where they saw the workers prc- ;Museum by Mary Jo Borreson, Florida on nr Imfor the J4lh day of
April Jim; It Y",u fall t.> lo >",. a
Mims Area Happenings pare the cows for milking, viewed Culpost> of Jupiter by Lester Uocrr Ira onfmo will... b* I...".
tooling agatnel, yell for ihr relld pay.d for
the actual milking and
tlol! Rey; Naming Living Thingsby In the ('nmyhlinl.
J processes to prepare the Sjr.ih H fliedmanj; The JOB WANTED AT $5.00 PER WEEK The r.al prnprrly: bctnn fora.
cloHril 1 up in In ultimtF Ivin* and
milk for transportation to the Hardy Boys.The House on the bilnv In llr.vard eou.lv. t'lorl la
Fire Auxiliary Planning SupperCarol plant The men in charge gave and la drKi'rir-r.l! a. f<.lliw>. tu.wit
Cliff; by Franklin W. Dixon; '.
Secretary will answer your phone, take messages Lot I lll.uk (C Iliiwo O.rdrnwlImll.rn
a very informative narration of Cyclone by Druce Grant. / C.I 1, llrevanl County .

I (By Mrs Gladys' McLendon) lovely State They left last Rackley. Chairman Mrs procedures different breeds of Straw Hut Theater by Mickey orders name and numbers for $3:S per week. cur.4d H.irl.U i In ai I lal b'",'I Book' .I'lat 1:1.:1 thnrenf...... 60 r*
cattle at the dairy farm and the I'ublk Ste.'enl. of llrvvarUCiiunty .
AM 7-1241 Monday for home. Joe Booth presided/ over the rlorldaDONh .
reason for having these breed: ENGRAVED : AN1:/ HlKn: : at Tltuavlllp -
I the meeting and Mrs P. W. Rob. A calf of each breed was a I Ijrl.li. Ilex 41 daY.. of March
At the monthly meeting Circle Meeting Wedding InvitationsFree 1IMII
Mi Khemari> Auxilliitry made ert. Jr., program rhairman, brought out foi the children to COt'llT: "PPAI: )
IDS The Fliz.beth Watkins Circle l gave: a program entitled "I must md All felt that it girt for just loosing at wedding 4 fitriH It. .tiARvnalirk
plans! for a good old fashioned see pet. Tltuivlllo Aria Cocoa A Cocoo Beach <' nf lh. ('Ir, alt Court
April llth. Mrs. met Lit the First Baptist Church Act" Tie. group made plans to was a very enjoyable and educational -: sample book> AlMa ear 267.5530 636.7031 11 Y Hi-rtl. Hall
on nounrements, thank
supper napkins, you Deputy Clerk
James Parker asks that any one of Mirn, yesterday Chairman send a box to Mr. and Mrs Pat, trip. 'l 1'l'M. Inlonnuh. etc., 287.577]. Mnr f...Ai r .I. e 1 I., ( W..l.) 19D4
Mrs/ Robert West -- -
presided over --- -
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that has used clothing they
good: the meeting and in the absence I
would like to donate to the
of tilt Program;;: : Chairman, Mrs
Auxilliary for> their sales on Sat
Wl.St, presented a program on
urday mornings!: it would<1 be ap "Good .
Clothes be left Citizenship. .
preiiitnd may INTEREST
Mrs West reports they had a .
at the Fire S:alion or call Mrs.
real nice group to attend the Devotional -
James Parker and arrangements
Service at the county
will be to pick the clothes up.
home last Wednesday. Rev.

Persons' Joseph Boatwright went with

the group and led the devotional
Mi s Ann Bracken, accompanied -
serviec Later they visited
her friend, Mist Lana
I and had a real nice time. The
JIutchesen, along with her bro. COMPOUNDED
circle! meeting adjourned and
ther Kenneth, as he made the :
1 luncheon was served to about 10
trip lo Olanla S. C., last week members .

Sorry, Ann I did nut mean to .
leave your name out,
The Alice Gaventa Circle of M
the First Baptist Church of
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Barnctt of
;I Mim, hid in the home of Mrs
Pine Grove Estate have had
.Mrs Barnctt's brother and sister QUARTERLYSave

.in-law, Mr and Mrs Myron Discover -

Stearns of Brackton, Mass., visiting f

here. the past couple of mon Dccya CosmeticsIf

Ihs The Barnetts also celebrated Your Face It Not BecomingTo

their! 25th anniversary, You You Should B. Coming -

and enjoyed going out for a To U. .

wonderful dinner with" Mr, and I Try \\t !11! where your money earns

,, Mrs. Stearns while they were
hrre This was the first; time Got A FREE 30-MlnuU and) all
Demonstration 4% annum savings
the Stearns have been in Honda. per .

They seemed real enthusiastic NANS BEAUTY PARLOR :

about everything here and just 1306 South St. 267.2611r

might rlcldu to move lino our are compounded quarterly

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call your doctor today, woke on' op. ;\ COLOR FILM
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Many flavors to choose from do what our pharmacist does with For indoor or 79 77 .
6 7 C every prescription placed in his hands follow' doctor orders Imported briar : targe S outdoor use. 1 7Y ,
p to the letter! tobdcco capacity. Thick ..R g-$2.wJL
1C wait for cooler' smoking.Choice '. Reg. 1.00 "' .., .I

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Cashmere I 0 I '. -: __ _, 0 _. ,_. _. TOMMY BARTON :EXTRA PROCESSING CHARGE! .

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REGULAR i Sra flUto ''. .. : F *47 Reg. $2.49._ .. -
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Wednesday: March 25, 1 14 TtrutvllU" (Florida) ..., AII V Ma" P.". 7 ,
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"IIw"7lIJl f Iirn4 n I 10 Terriers To Enter Relays! ::1

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Gainesville ..
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Youth Play Program I

( Event Big OneTrack

,BaNs ...}lea Sports Idkcr -'- -- ", ...

WANTED: be taking Coach about Don 10 Godwin of his will top F Slimnasfics Are SetA

Dead or Alive. One shot put. Description: Copper, athletes to Gainesville this \i

round in nature, weighs 12 pounds, various scars as the re- week.end to compete against the I

sult of sharp finger nails. Last seen lying on the track fieldat best thlnclads in the state during supervised playground pro Women participating In the ment with all teams playa*

Titusville High School, two weeks ago. No suspects. the University of Florida cram for boys and girls, along coir
Reward: 1000. famed Florida Relays. with a wvmrn'a sllmna
Stealing a shot put seems: entirely useless. In fact, it Godwin laid earlier this week, physicAl fitness and men'a volley Raining or lust keeping trim."' awarded to the winner of the.

would be like a polar bear carrying matches around to melt he planned to send his 880 relay ball league are now being Mrs. Phyllis Ernest: local dance league"

holes in the Ice for personal reasons. team, two broad jumpers, a pole planned by the Titusville City and Mlirnaitics instructor will\ Beginning April 6, the depart-

A 12-pound shot is somewhat heavy for a gear shift vaulter, a miler, and a high Recreation Department conduct! the clashes: ment will conduct a supervised

knob, slightly large for a key chain ornament. This is what's hurdler. Jack Miller, City Recreation Miller also stated "the mensvollevbflll playground program tor both "
puzzling Coach Don Godwin. What would anyone want Roberts Godwin's said the league will launchthe
Maury 6T'j Director departmentis boys and girls at Blanton Parts,
with a 12 pound copper shot 6'4"' senior endurance runner, planning to conduct six season Saturday evening at which U loci ted! on the corner of

Just the same, someone either by accident or on pur- placed fourth In the state last weeks program in women's Tilusville High School, at 7 1 p,m. Main and Park Ave '

pose, walked awav with the only 12 pounder Coach Godwin year: but has had some difficulty v slimna sties and physical' fitting Four teams' have already enteredthe "Both men and women super y: ... ,

used to have. Now, he's offering $10 reward for the return. getting his time below the 4:30: which will begin Tuesday March league: <
mark Robert best time so far 4-i 31, at S pin. as ,J round robin tourna- program: will be conducted utJi *.* ,
The era of automobiles is slowly but surely taking its <,
in the season has been a 431.3: -- afternoon, Monday through ':
toll of America's population. which was run on the local I '" := day from 3:30: p,m. to 5 p. .M

and A buggy number with one an killer engine of accidents developing, the almost new type 500 horse-horse track, last week. .::-..". Big Third Frame Nets THS Nine and also on Saturdays, 10 a _.
Other competitors enteringthe 1- t tG 12 noon. j -
power, parked neatly inside a sleek body, is winning the
mart will be Tom Ream and ..
t A .f activities will '
eye and pocketbook of nearly every boy over 16 years old. Paul Wjnn Ream has been 5-2 Victory Over Melbourne TeamNine variety
Coach John Gaines, Titusville High School Athletic jumping around the 20 foot BAGS BIG TROUT Phillip I Hall of the Titusville Trailer offend including ;:
Director and head football coach says, cars are also takinga Park is shown with an 11-pound speckled trout whichhe klcktull. touch football, '
toll of his football players. mark most of the season and caught recently in the Indian River, near the Titusville Titusville boys went to the out was made games, crafts free play, 'ping =

Several years ago the biggest reason for not playing Wynn has been hitting around Causeway, The fish was 33 inches long and caught witha plate and three runs scored dur Opening the first inning, Mel pong, physical fitness activitiesand ,_=
19'5" in the broad jump. Godwin. tog a wild third inning In Melbourne bourne collected two runs on two .
football lure that Hall had t to three basketball.
wait months
or participating in any type of contact sports was the Rapala one <; to ,
said Wynn would also enter walks and a triple Titusville got
"Mama won't let me, because she's afraid I'll get hurt!" receive. A large trout for this area, Hall said It took 15 Tuesday afternoon as Into the The slimnastics classes f<
column when
However, now it's the lads can't participate in the pigskin pole vault competitions minutes to land,(S-A Photo). r Wayne Craddock pitched a three!! scoring women will be held In Ul -
Loveless transfer Hart walked Melvin singled and
Sandy a hittT) and I led the Terriers toSI a Chamber of Commerce bulldlr\l
game mainly because are occupying afternoon jobs to \
they then Comparato doubled sending!
student from Denver, Colorado, win over the Bulldogs.
for their 1910 beach And of football is Tuesday evening at 8 p,m. Mi
pay buggy. course, Hart to home plate.
will be entered in the high hur
practiced during the afternoon.It dies Terrier Nellers Defeat DeLand This was Titusvlllc's second win The Terriers again carried a ler said participants are urgt>

is a known fact boys can be injured in football, the "I'm not convinced who to enter over Melbourne this year, and big stick during the seventh Inn. to wear shorts or loose fittin'

same as they can slip and fall while playing shuffleboard, in the 880 yard relay. I gave the Terriers a 6-2 record. ing, which was started off by clothing and bring a blanket
skid sideways on a motorcycle for 500 feet, or roll an auto- have six who about the 5-2 To Maintain Unbeaten Mark Craddock, a junior hurler who Craddock who made first on an mat for exercises'
boys run
mobile as the result of a blow-out while traveling 100 milesan throws a "mean fast ball' according error, followed by a single by Anyone interested in reglete;
hour. Generally, the most frequent injuries derived same' time, and it makes decision Titusville High's only undefeated rlers were Wessinger ever Crum. ( to coach Morrell Bailey, Barrowman a walk to Binghamand Ing for ony of the city offei

from playing football are limited to skinned elbows, dirt in s sort of tough. However, athletic team-the letters ley 61 and 86, Sturchio over gave up only three hits, and walked a sacrifice fly by Melvin courses can contact the Recrea

the eyes and cleat mark on a leg. This year alone, there Clifford Cooper and Ken Hada- continued) on their winning ways Hurr 6.4 and 64 Mathison over three batters, which moved Craddock to third ion Department In City Hall

were more boys sidelined because of broken bones from way, both sprinters and Robert yesterday afternoon In DeLand, Crum 6-3 and 6.0. All nine Titusville players had and Barrowman around to sec 2673141
basketball than nearly two football seasons combined. Nieman will take the first three as they defeated the Bulldogs Wessinger and Dieterle defeat a round of batting in the third ond. Comparato filed out bring. -

"Each year the population of positions, and either Paul Wynn, 52. The victory gave the Terriersa ed Parlin and Crumley In doubles Inning with Tim Barrowman, ing Craddock across for the final ; .- -. ;i =

America rises, but the toll of football Don Toney or Gene Melvin will 6-0 mark for the season 2.6, 6.4 and 6.1 while Mathison Gene Melvin Bob Comparato, tally. 's"f:, =

players drop, in percentage figures," take the fourth position. The Terriers lost only two and Sturchio whipped Hurr and Dennis Morris and Tony Me Barrowman, !Melvin, Com par. --
Gaines said. "We had less this year The Florida Relays Include singles matches-Parlln taking Crum 6.l. 2.6 and 6.1Lillle Cathy all connected with hits. ate and Morris were the "suns" .J'u =

e in football than we did last, and we three different divisions, high Dlcterle 6.2 and 6-0 and Fair winning Titusville had the bases loaded for Titmville, collecting two hits -

4 probably have 50 new boys. Another school, junior college and uni over) Poole 36, 64, 61 most of the Inning! and left three each with Bingham, Hugglns and --

y point that will hurt us," he added, versities. Singles!;: winners for the Tcr League runners stranded when the final McCarthy hitting one each --

R' "We're now playing under Class AA, Mr
instead of Class A. This means our -
Meet Tracksters Travel -
competition is going to be tougher. Tonight TodayTo -

tali "Right now, Titusville High Bowling NewsClassic -
School, has approximately 523 boysin Titusville Little League Board Meet r
Rugged DeLand Bulldogs
Directors will Wednesday
in the top three grades. And we are of meet 4a.
fortunate if we have 50 of these boys evening<< In the Friendship
out for football at the first of the LeagueHigh Wednesday Night' RoomCof Flrrt.:Federal.:'Savings Titusvllla.High..School Terriers Wynn and Hoogrrwart of DeLand

\ Next we will have at and Loan Association with all may hit one of the roughest have been Jumping around 11
I year year individual game: R. Min High individual game: Bob Pas managers, coaches and commissioners feet 5 Inches ill year, although In .
track in this
least 600 and chances are, we won'tha'e teams area today
\ John Gaines er, 234. ley, 224; Charles Young, 211 to further discuss plans the past two meets Titusvllle's
over 60 out for football"Comparing High individual series: W. High individual series: Gordon for the coming season as they travel to DeLoml for a Wynn has been adding several

Titusville High School's male enrollment in Byrd, 219, 183, 198, 602. Shepherd, 580, Bob Pasley, 577. The meeting will begin at 7:30: duel meet inches to that mark.
the top three grades with the rest of the county, Cocoa has team Little Tavern Rest.
High game: High team game: Duffy' "Of course," Godwin added
p.m Despite the Terriers winning
1,200 Melbourne\ 750, Satellite, 460 and
approximately boys, 992. aurant, 832 "We'll have several boys over v -
Eau Galhe 430 Next the Cocoa Beach High School Director officiils said the over DeLand In their first track
new Little Tav manages
c, year High team series: High team series: Duffy's Restaurant from the baseball team, Including
will:start the season with 400 or 500 boys. This will meana ern, 774, 963, 992, 2729. 2427. coaches and commission meet of the season, Coach Don Gene Melvin who will give us

drop in Cocoa's boy enrollment in the top three grades to Match results: Gus Faulk M.*...1..i V'i>. In. era should be present to disuuss a Godwin said "DeLand Is the some more strength In the -

1,000 Melbourne will undoubtedly be the second largest Chevrolet, over Elks Lodge, 21; .p.cw Blx' 13 10nrat method for selecting players for type team. that gets harder to sprints, Tommy Edwards on the

county school with around 800, at least 200 more than Titus- Floorco over Firestone, 21; T National'. Hank 2il I] the teamsSwim. beat as the season progresses, high{ jump and Dennis Morris on
Duft, Rwlaurant! 20 12
ville's, and G Music over Titusville Tile which means we'll/ have to run the 40* and 880. I'm also taking
Even with the addition of the new Cocoa Beach high and Terrazzo, 2.1; LaGrange Grocery John K.tll't..k Landscaping\! Hound Itf 19 II 13 our legs off to keep up with Leonard Lundy, a senior who got

school, Cocoa High will still be the largest school in the over Magnolia Liquor, 21; T&6IMu.lc' in 14 Teams them" a late itart, but can give us more ,
county. Little Tavern over B and E 0......" Lane.. 19 14rint strength almost anywhere we
"There's doubt DeLand
14 H will
Mortttrn Corp no
"However," Gaines continued, "Most of the big boys in Shirt Lettering, 21; Breedloves Ray Nelson Ino IK 16Rudwel.r be harder to beat this time, than need him. lie can help us on tne w ,.,

high school sit back and watch the little rough and tough Texaco over Space Painting, 30; Graham. Maannry II a 17 2:1Clll.ea'.li..k : Have 2 Meets they were the first. We caught 440, 220, high: jump. and broad
hard noted fellows take all the beating. It's not that the big Budweiser over Virginia Fried 5 27 them early In the season with Jump A

boys are chicken, they would just rather not play football. Chicken, 30;, Titusville Auto Tltusvlllo's swimming teams several of their sprinters ineligible .. "One thing we'll really have to 1

But, all a boy has to do in order to play football is showan Parts over Nova Cabinet Shop, 2 Sunday Night Mixers will host Satolllto Botch today and they have a couple of( concentrate on If we expect to J fe

interest In the sport, he then takes a physical and paysa 1,. and Eau Gallic tomorrow bo boys In the Individual events that win and (hat's the mile a ZF 4 .v
small fee to cover an insurance policy 200 games: B. Lust, 200; F, Lit High Individual game: Fred faro drying off until after the will make our boys work hard for DeLand has the same four ,

Talking further with Gaines, he said, "To run a foot- tie, 218; D. Wallace, 206, 201, McInnis, 210; Ilena DeVries, aster Holidays their points," Godwin added. running this year a* they

ball program and make it successful, it is a necessity to have Harbst, 214, R. Borsdorf, 233; D 202 and Astor Curry, 202() "Probably one of the highest individual last, t H they're hard to rer.Y'I
Hudson 204 H Mayer, 203 M Th. Satollllo cloth was previously -
good equipment. One football season will cost the Terrier ; ; High Ind'vldual' series: Fred events of the day will be Roberts. trw Terriers big
Pelham 227 R. Miner, 234 A. tchotMod for Tuesday ..
This includes ; ; S55 Astor 549. run the anchor leg! of the
athletic department approximately $6000 Mclnnls, ; Curry, In pole vault competition. Paul
Schnurstein, 203, J, Brandenburg,
$3,000 for equipment, such as pads, uniforms, helmets, etc., High team game: Badcmk: Beets Tltvwlllo'a girls anal relay, while Killip, Ream .
Hemstead 216 P,
200 R. Brady,
insurance which generally amounts to $1,500, officials, $350 202() ,, B. Sasko, 204; G.; Koomjian, Furniture, 095 boys rooms haw a 1.1 1 record, Dobik take the first three ovals Maury Roberta : r
and many other expenses such as transportation, meals High team seris: Badcock winning ever Varo Botch and See The .-
202: J, Finn, 221; H Seaman, 201; r
while traveling, adhesive tape and cotton, and many more. B. Delmonte 206 B. Booth, 220 Furniture, 1938 lbourno. Their only lots has M
To run our spring football program alone will cost around ; W, 219ftonillna ;. ..I.....'.... Umt I....' boon to Cocoa.Following Star AdvocateFor w
D. Bednichek. 210, Byrd, P':. Donovan *: ('0. ff'Vfc 27'ittai1cnc.li -
$300."Then Wnn !-..* Furniture 69'/. 311''4Jiintlc the Easter Weak, RIVER LANES. -
you have to take into consideration we also sup Little Faulk Tavern Chevrolet 87 58 26 24 6k. MonCC'*'Hoes. Mctropol. !M Bo 42 4)1: the Terriers will travel t. Sttolllto Your --

port track, baseball, swimming and tennis programs. Over- Out B *: E .hrt! L tlerla. 51 ao Kant: Coant Howling. 411 4H on Tuesday ,and .Mol -
47 IH Carl Schmidt It am bier 48 4S -
all it gets pretty expensive bourn. Thursday Printing Needs!
Macnalla L4a..onT 42 3t en -
Gaines also took a minute to comment on his first four *: O MvfriaNova 4:1: atI Fri. Nite Mixers ----- -- Brevard Newest Modern -
I County's
scheduled football games next year against Sanford, Cocoa, Cabinet BhapTltvavlll 42 : -
I Tile Twrait 41 ) S rryl No Mlnorsl! -
Melbourne and Orlando Colonial, "They're gonna be tough." Virginia Irt41. Chicken n 4Q High team series: C'l and D'l. 4f I II ...

"Actually I feel our football team would show a big difference Space Palnllm. Orocrrr Inc 39 4O'4" 4944LaUnat. 42 212S; Burger King, 2102. I & Billiard Center =
if we had more participation but I would rather ""'dl...* T..aco 35 46Flre.loae High individual series: Shcp I Bowling r
33 4*
have 25 boys that want to play football instead of 100 whocouldn't Tltuartlta Auto Part Xt 48 Shepherd, 679, Bob Pasley, 626, w-
'care less' the other." Elk'. 11 80 Charlotte Jarrett, 514. f -
one or ,
way nOD," IS* 62>4 JOIN ...
High individual game: George

Martin Mixed League KoomJlan, 244, Shep Shepherd, 11 -...

Counly Bowling Association Sets 238. !---1 ( 1
High individual game: Bob High team game: Burger King, ; THAT :. I
Moyer, 212; Moyer, 192. 733 13
Annual At PAFB High individual series, Bob .......11.... w.. I.nit
Banquet riowra of Distinction 7* n RACING DAYS LEPTI LEAGUE
Moyer, 583; Peg Moyer, 517, and C'. II. 71: 27 (tenon Ends April f)
Joe 512. All Am.rl. 85 Annual Brevard County ing and election of officers hasbeen Digriitine, .r Kin* 114 3fldeorcea
Ralph Taylor converted the tlectronlca' M 49 NIGHTLY 8:10:
Award Banquet scheduled for 26 at tile nnDA"Jll'G
Bowling Association April ate) A Crltta 49 81Cbambcra ; NOW!
will be held at Patrick Air Fire Hall In Cocoa. 6-7-10 split. Jeweler' 411 (2IXUrlitlna ( EXCIPT SUNDAY
lit....,.... W... LQlMMo ... *: Paaley S7H (24Harvlll '
Force Base Saturday evening at a It 27 Barnoaky 87I.J/ '
7pm., according to County President Kin. Pin.. 67 SITIU Vie.'a 4S\tt 5944Trey MATINEES WEDNESDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 2 P. M. 4 .. w. aN now
Tindall To Speak IV'I MMShu Evtrmaa 44 M\
Bob !Miner, -IBI a M Yaakeea 4114 Mt" lakingR.aUoDl
At Club Meeting rraatle. Pour 44S H.1H Brat* Wright 42 18 Comfortable Grandstand
Arnold Tucker (former All-American .
Odd Balls MH 73H 1. A Malvln Aaaoe 31 M Luxurious Clubhouse
for summer
for Army,
quarterback Democratic candidate lor' Valet Parking and fall
will be the guest speaker and also. I .lpa:
distribute some of the awards Sheriff Bob Tindall will be the I "It's Moro Fun To Watch The Greyhound Run" L.agu.dCOIN

Miner also said the 300 game guest speaker at the Thursday DO YOU HATE TO SEE NOW WHILE CHOICE DAYS

Smith the of the Titus- .
rolled by Jerry during evening meeting -

final night of the tournament, Till T1I. -Whet'I"1 Club, which IT RAIN? AND HOURS ARE AVAILABLE!

which was held at Tltusville's will be held at Ha mi's Cycle I <
Gateway Lanes, has been sanct. in! Magnolia Plaza. GET A NEW CONVERTIBLE TOP AT i iTAYLOR'S G' J J.Jl Open Bowling
toned and his "truck load" of .
prizes and gifts would start arriving The meeting will begin at 7:30: AUTO UPHOLSTERY I KENNEL :CLUB : Free Instructions "'

anytime. p.m. Free Nursery ,...
A cocktail hour will be held jt Jim Baisitt. president of the HVVr.' IT-92
the banquetat Two-Wheelera, said Tmdall'i 1027 S. Hopkins Ayonue TITUSVILLE
8 pm speech concern AM 7-1170

The Annual Association meet safety of motorcycles. r.


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,Ip 1 TftftvllU" (FUrtda) Star A
Chapter Forming ;;1 1A

-rr' local chapter (if the Amer h

I'I't TomorrowFuneral lean Association of Retired Ptr 'i
\ ions ii being formed in the Titus- ,I''
services for Michael vllle area. i

Wayne Skid more, 4,, who died There are 36 AARP Chapters In i'

4u. Monday as a fire swept his homeat Florida, Including one at Melbourne srte.
l G p 218 Barna, will be held +

ns at 1 p.m. Thursday at Smith The American Association of .

Funeral Chapel with Rev. Wil Retired Persons Is a nonprofit! psi

liam McClure of Calvary Baptist nonpartisan organization of per.

Church officiating. Interment will sons age S3 or older, whether retired I
be in Oaklawn Cemetery under or not.Persons '
the direction of Smith Funeral Interested In I Uarnir '!;
f i > a'rYOUNG
home. about AARP or becoming a m

lie was born In Weston West ber of the Titusville Chapter m m'l|
t ...
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..... ... Virginia, July 4, 1959, and movedto contact John P. Chrony, P. j .=:::- .. r.
:-.. ......-. ;'JWl'-III' : E ......r. ____a'-_A&_
Titusvllle In his first year) Box 1626, Titusville. ENTERTAINERS Stanley ority. Sorority members are, from left, ,
PARKWAY DIXIELAND COMBO The Friday The group included Mike Clark, Survivors are his parents, Mr Burnett, Mr Margaret
the John Duncan, Sandra Treadway, Peter VISIT BRADYSMr. Soloko and Sandra Swank were among Mrs. Evelyn
I group shown above was featured at and Mrs. Faye Skidmore; two and Mrs. Jo
Parkway Junior High School's Spring MacLean, Don Kaufman and Ricky Wood. brothers, Larry and and Mrs. S. W Ferguson the many students of Titusville's branchof Hurst, Mrs Mildred Hazen currently
Kenneyi\ ; The students are
Concert held at the school cafetoriumF. ward.-(S-A Photo). Orlando School of Music providing a Robinson.
one sister, Sandra, all of Tits, of Ocala were visitors at the R musical at recent meeting of working to raise funds to finance a tripto
ville and grandparents, Mr. and C. Brady home on Indian River program a Photo.
; Fair. Carlson
World's -
Eta Eta: Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sor- the
F. RolhenburgDies Missile Range To I Mrs. Elza Greer of West Virginia. Ave last Saturday.

Be Talk Subject"Cape

At Homo
Ocean on our Atlantic Missile 1
Range" will be the subject of a
The New Look Of Easter
This MorningFrank talk presented by Rawleigh Tre-

main, PAA/Assistant Managerfor indse
Range Bases.
Albert Rothenburg, age

81. died this morning at the Representative Trcmaln served at as Grand Operations/ Turkin .L1 J r- N Slips and Briefs .r '

home. of a son, Joseph R. Roth-
then Base 4y
Cleveland Road. 1937, Operations :1 a Lacy slips proportioned to fit .
enburg, 600 Manager at Mayzgnez prior to
Born in Baltimore, Md., Sept. becoming Assistant Superintendent average sizes 32 to 40, white, black,

30, 1832: he came here four of Range Operations at the I ivory, pink; short sizes 32 to 38, '

years ago to make his home with Cape. Later, he became Base /J//\
White; tall sizes 34 to 40, white or
hl. ion. Operations! Manager at Grand J1 /
black. 3.99; Lacy or tailored nylon ,
Bahama Island. In October I
Je: ij survived by five: sons, briefs. 1.00
1002. he took the job he .
Titusville and James
Joseph, 1001
presently holds as Assistant
A., James II, George and Ed-
Manager of Range Bases.
word all of Baltimore; three
daughters, Miss Lillian Rothen- During his seven years on Dresses

burg, Mrs. Kathryn Brewer and the Atlantic Missile Range, Tre- ] 5- C i' LINGERIE t tY"

Mrs. Reda Her old, all of Balti main/ has gained a world of experience The ever popular shirtwaist DEPARTMENT

more. In the operation/ and .> daintily embroidered in
mission of all of the bases. Hit Easter colors. 100% dacron
Funeral arrangements, in talk! will be illustrated with polyester, 'short sleeves, + \

charge of Smith Funeral Home, slides We think this will ba self belt. Sizes 14Vi to 24 e. /

are to be announced most informative program, and I P 7.99 ,

all of us con benefit from know lah

ing more. about the activities of ,
Mrs. Storm
the Atlantic Missile Range
Bases. !

The meeting will be held in
Dies After
the new convention hall at Holiday .

Inn, Cocoa Beach, Thurs

day, starting with a social hour
Long IllnessMrs. at 6:30: p,m. Dinner will be at

7:30: p.m. followed by a short
Zole Storm, 85, died Tues. business meeting and the pro.
day after a long illness. She moved .
gram. i t.r
here seven years ago. She was rr

born Sept. 23, 1878 In Michigan. First Methodist
Survivors are two tons, D. L.
Storm, of Titusville, and WilliamR. Maundy Thursday '
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graveside In LaGranGe Cemetery to come anytime during kI ti S the over-blouse with
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AroundBy star Advocate .

( Bb Hudson)
The Vole of 25.000 North Brevard County Residents
Enjoyed tha hospitality of Joe btr are in college.: -- T G ;y
U'Agostino and Bill Greene Currently we point with prideto Section B TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, W4 PAqe 1BHe'll
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Monday night at the Torch Club. a number who were among! the
We'd like to welcome these two top winners in the Parkway Jun Enter Stanford University This Fall

young men to Titusville. They're for Iligh Science Fair. Special
making an attempt to give the activity award was won by Earl
area a nice restaurant with Johnson in the field to zoology
Come night club atmosphere and he also took first place in Local Man Wins Fellowship

something that many people in the field of zoology, Bob Luecking

the area feel Is needed as Titus won second place in bacteriology \.

ville moves to assume itj placeof division; Buddy Whitely took a George: W Masters Jr 301&, Hi( once! engineering and Master'! award ws ,m. >ii
leadership as the north and first in the field of entomology; 1125 Carol Street. Titusville has math unties the six mode I av \erospai in'
west gate to Space Travel. Charles Evans won first in the been awarded an Aerospace Mi \i.uiier', doctoral work in year Five ttleclfd: 11111)3, )(; i II''
field of electronics. Sharman P t O STILL GROWING As of the .
part < prcjre; :: -f thoI'
Naturally anytime Joe is a- Corp. fellowship foi advanced adapt' control svstems' (IS ex row studying lot <>'" ,nrd <01.
round the subject turns to foot Sturchk, a former paper boy, studies in control systems ac pi-ii-( | "t.. mllkt.\\ significant prow! ur doinf/! resean-n" \ "ni") "et pwii.-e, department a transmitter set has> Deer 1OtI't : '
took first in
ball. He was a great playerat food research. cording to an announcement by contrih, "ion toward. the spaci1irulusi thf Umvprsit'! ,II t SmUiu-M III t MI' i l I'hici! W T Brown's office. This set' enable mm
We offer our congratulations to J t t.. ,r.in'.uM. I an .'f the department's cars and men in milt
the University of Florida: these fine men. Dr. Robert E. Payne, director of I 11 .u'lucvvnu-nt of an forma New York Iin"1\i !
our school and when you get young the corporation's Atlantic Missile optinn', n guidance system foi Cat Tech and (he lmi\, "I sot nt. d i lew seconds:

he and John Layne, new water We think now we've found the Range office. Masters rl m'silt, md space vehicles." Hawaii
supt. of Titusville and a member smartest coach in football No, he expects to enter Stanford University BRING THIS ADI BRING THIS ADI
of( the Daytona Beach Isn't Bud Wilkinson, Paul 1 Bryant at Palo Alto Calif., this I

Thunderbirds, together you Dobby Dodd or any of those. fall.A Q ( FRIDAY AND tt! \
know what happens. He's Jake Gaithcr who heads native of Annapolis. Md.. he < I = ,
But we don't think they talk the football staff! at Florida A and first came to Florida with his a I/) tindscll SATURDAY ONLY Ei'I'' I
cny more about football than we M University in Tallahassee. wife, Barbara, and children s Q
do. There's no denying he knows Anne and George III, in 1958 "tg 2Y I-' Titutville Shopping Center
Talking with Layne and Earl his football. Over a period( of 18 lie has been with Aerospace x
Spencer, popular president of years, he has led the Rattlers to Corp. since July 1962, assigned: a x
the Titusville Jaycees, the subject 157 victories, only 22 losses and to the guidance and control department SPECIAL SALE .
: of a Thunderbird game being four ties.Speaking. of the operations division G
played in Titusville came up. to the Jaycees in At. under Jack R. Wiegand aaulaw -
We made the suggestion that lantic City N.J., earlier this His BS degree in physics and ki Zircolitc
the week, Gaither gave some good
Jaycees of Brevard County MS in instrumentation were cum
there are now about seven advice about the Olympics-"If ferred by MIT where he also .f" ,
we want to compete on an equal 145'I RINGS
strong groups get together served three years as staff engmccr W Miiteri Jr
basis with the Russians, we've George
and take over the defunct Shrine in the Instrumentation M r S I Ix
either got to do it on a subsidized
game. This was formerly held laboratory. .it Sterling Silver QF
basis as they do, or drop out government;; agencies in which < '
in Cocoa, pitting the best county er Geld Filled 9 9 ei... ""'
of the Olympic: Games altogeth: His professional affiliations the Air Force has responsibility.These .
Mounting ewt
team (the county champs) er." include the American Instituteof have included the Atlas ::5I

against an outstanding invited We fully agree. Aeronautics and Astronauticsand and Titan II booster systemsand I x Gigantic display repreteMlfag the. y
But we think he showed his the Instrument Society of subsystems launch complex utmost skill of modern ictence. Subject ;
It would appear that this true honest approach to football America! modification and launch operations L' I fj; them to almost any Ust. Teal _
would be a "naturul" with the when. he said
: In his announcement\ : Dr for NASA's Mercury pro- be amazed. Comport them with yoMf
the Jaycee groups throughout "Not wanting to win Is a lot of Payne said: "The Aerospace pram and the upcoming project genuine diamonds! S.. if ]ro.l, tea
the county available to sell baloney Character building is a Corp., a non-profit organization Gemini. tell (the difference
tickets and push the game for a lot of bunk. Every coach wantsto Guarantee' covert tarnish .f ...0...*.- Wing
limited by charter to exclusive
favorite charity.It win. You find it quite difficult "The program of fellowshipsand lots of tone *r lots of brilliance. ;gI
scientific efforts for the U. S
could be the "Jaycee Bowl". to talk character to a boy advanced study grants, established /) 19ru! I Z I
It could be a "natural". who finds the opposition runningup government mainly provides research in 1963, is intended to POLICE ATTEND SCHOOL For the past ten weeks ;: MEN'S RINGS ..... 1.49.f G \
and down his tummy all after advance planning and ... LADIES' RINGS ........ We *f
noon. I can teach a lot more general systems engineering and assist the advancement, in tho the local police including the auxiliary police have been ;! I Ig

Diplomacy is the art of letting character to a winning team technical direction for projectsof disciplines that concern aerospace attending school<< every Monday night The sessions have .lmiOJ.1I.1.R! WITH ONLY W* uz4
someone have your way. than to a losing one." the space systems division and of Individuals who are included many phases! of their work, such as investigatingan :: plus 10 tale >
Now we ask you, any arguments ballistic systems division of the now or are expected to become accident finger printing and what is expected ot an officer w g \
Hope that the city and First ? We acclaim him as the Air Force Systems Command. senior members of our staLl, and during a trial. Shown above is Lt W J Bohannon
Florida Utilities "get together": most honest coach in the bus "It also supports several mis- to make a general contributionto Chief Investigator as he explains the importance of ob BRING THIS ADI BRING THIS AD!
on a purchase agreement in the loess sile-apace programs of other research and higher. education taining finger prints at the scene of a crime.-(S-A Photo). I
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near future. Understand from

bt least one local real estate man PHONE AM 7.1511 STORE HOURS: 10 A.M. TO 9 P. M. TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
that this uncertainty is hurting
development in the southwest
section of the city many deals ,'- .
are pending settlement.A SUITED FORS EASTER AND ALL : <
of it goes back to the
Inability of--Iocarauthority '. '

to.control private utilities. It X ; .,. -,"<'(
was tried in the legislature last /r-V .'

" '. inn.year rather but well was lanned blocked maneuver by some 14.b!:iJJ ''>,W."!...:

We still feel that local control t : :; .,
would have been better then :.' ..r; ;,
tl there might not have been the I J .

problems of "wormy" water I
sewage hack-up, etc.
We hope some agreement can
cbe reached soon '

: Patient's wife: "Is there any

hope, Doc?"
Doc: "Depends on what you're ,
hoping for."

'Congratulations to the fine
Parkway student! for their pre-
junior high division in the Regional
Science Fair. Particular
praise should go to Bill Crites
and his fine science department
it Parkway. They work long and
hard hours to aid these students

who in turn work to please not r r k s r } '
only their teachers: and parents
b'll to their own satisfaction to

accomplish many great feaU. I'' AIR r o

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We here at the Star-Adoveate i \ \ HAVEN ;f7 "
are proud of our paper boys and
girls-those who deliver each Issue >
I of this paper to your door. SUIT ., : I

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P'Ge 2-8 Titusville (Florida! ) Star Advocate Wednesday, March 25, 1964 served by the hostess. soon
begin a Leadership Course The
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BIRTHDAY PARTY Friends of William tifully decorated cake, are (left to right)
Sleeman! gathered at trfe home of his Debbie Bobik, John Nelson, Kimmie Jack-
parents, Mr and Mrs. W. T. Sleeman, son, William Sleeman, Michael Wedding,
IVINNERS Debbie Ponds (second from day night. They are shown with Billy 1030 Forest Road, Saturday afternoon to Joseph Dean, Paul Bronzovich, Seated I I a
bet( ) and Billy Walker (third< from left) Began (left) and Sam Wortham (right) help him celebrate his third birthday. (left to right) are David Ilecklemoser, Lisa
were judged to be "'best dressed"" at a hillduring the dance. Multi-colored balloons were used to de Wedding and Sherrie Dean Also at the

I billy> dance held by the Teen Town Satur- corate the porch. Many gifts were pre- party were Kevin Jackson, Scotty White, OIL BASE HOUSE PAINT
a sented the youth. Standing behind the Bruce and Mark Webber.

Indian) River South Titusville Happenings refreshment table, centered by a beau-
for Charleston leading TV Sta Field. The actual players' auction donations that were not picked:: .
Lots Of Fun tlon They are hoping to make will take place between April 3rd up last Saturday, may call Rick OLD PAINT PRIMING OVER
Hill Billy Dance their home in Florida some time/ and the 10th. Major League registration Barrett at 267-1912 and arrange- SELF CLEANING
in the near future will be closed and play. ments for pick.up will be made. e UP TO 419 SQUARE
tryouts begin April
Hill-Billy Dance Poff, the former Miss Toni! Ing- GALEXCELLENT.
Visiting thru the 8th The,Players' Auction .
ram John and Toni) were former Cub DURABILITY
Indian River City's Tccn Town MeetingCub
a"f members of Teen.Town Mrs Ethel Barton, Mrs Murlei\\ will take place some time from FOR USE ON EXTERIOR
r enjoyed a hillbilly dance Saturday Graham and her daughter, Kar- April 10th to April 17. Minor Scout Pack 310 will hold 1U WOOD, METAL OR
night The "Avantes' band Fifty three new members were en, all from Boye Avenue, were League registration will be closed its regular monthly pack meeting MASONRY SURFACES I
added to the membership list,
from Cocoa supplied the music in Lakeland business last Sat and players" tryouts begin April
which brings the total membership Thursday at 7:30: p.m. in the
13th to the 17th. The
Automobiles were parked from urday. While there, they called
of Teen.Town Club] to 127. will be held sometime from Civic Center The Cubs are pre.
the intersection of Coquina and 'on Mrs. Mary Talbot, formerly oft y PLUS
another all time record. April 18th to the 21st. skits and costumes for ))698
Magnolia, south to beyond the Titusville, who lives in the Pres- paring r
soft.ball courts south of the Chaperones were Mr and Mrs. byterian Home Muriel and Kar- this month's "Mardi Gras." Refreshments b 2ndGAL.lai
'Citlc Center Some 170 young Edward Merriam, Mrs Millie en also visited with Mrs. Berta Goodwill Drive will be served. All .
men and women attended. This Cochran and Mrs. Hazel Ashley. Richey at her home In Plant City. The Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts cubs and their parents arc urgedto .
attendance makes this dance the Judges for the Costume Contest
and adults of Troop and Pack attend. .
,r all.time record attendance since were Edward Merriam, Mrs. From D. C. 310, Indian River City, spent a FREE
: teen.town started six years ago. Cochran, and Col. W. II Boshoff, Mrs Thomas Spence of Washington busy Saturday. As predicted the
One thing that appealed to the who happened to be an onlookerand D.C. is visiting with her citizens of the ]Indian River City Fay Taylor Circle vita woof t lwr>t u i
teen.agers was the informalityof who was pressed into servo daughter and family, !Mr\ and Area again came through with The Fay Taylor Circle of Cen- oiTu
the function. There was no format Ice as one of the judges Mrs !Millard\ Hill, 345 Pritchard flying colors in helping the local
requirements, and the young Street. Mrs. Spence! will be spend Scouts do a good deed. The Goodwill tral the Baptist home Church of Bertha met Crocker.Tuesdayat Roller and Pan Set 79c
a jI men and women thoroughly en- From W Va ins the Easter Holidays with the Industries Drive was a great 209 Swift Avenue. Call to Prayerwas . .
.4 toyed! themselves. The W. T. Sleemans of 1030 Hills success. Reg. 1.39 ValuelWALLPAPER
given by Marilyn Green
Not all the tl'en.agers wore HillBilly Forest Road have es guests! his Approximately 900 Goodwill halgh Barbara Sanders was in
costumes, but a number did uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Little League New bags, containing used clothingand charge of the program, entitled
and a panel of three judges selected John II Sleeman of Charleston, Players' Agent, Ed. Mills, of small household items and "I must act". There was a discussion J IN STOCK
the winners Best dress West Virginia. The West Virginians !: the Indian River City Little Lea appliances were picked: up. There on orderng "Tell" magazine -
ed" winners were selected to be were once residents of Orlando gue reports a proposed schedulefor were many large items, includIng for the Intermediate G.A.'s.
NT e OUTDONE ,r- Vicki Merrl Debbie'' Ponds and Billy Walker. and Jacksonville) but have the next few weeks of the fol. beds> mattresses, springs, Those present were Ann Moore, MARY CARTER
Each received a prize in the not been in Florida for several lowing events: An Informal man- ]lamps, lawnmowers, large toys Barbara Sanders, Marilyn Green-
Inding| a little young to be at- shape of a Beatle Wig. years. Both express amazementat agers' meeting was held Tues- and even a T.V. Antenna, pickedup halgh, Polly Armstrong Belva 1404 Main Street
Teen Town events, but Servicemen attending were the phenomenal growth of this day evening just prior to the by the trailer Swertfager, Bertha Crocker, and AM 7.0731YouAreCordiallylnvitedToMeet
sli Jotwd her mother (a chape-. -IIilte Jennings, Mood/Mir Force area !Mr Sleeman Is Director. of work.perty to tho Ball field. Sen, People havings bags or other- Elvp.JI.arper.) Refreshments were
I t ro e r for: the hilly hilly! dance Bib! in Valdosta, Ga and George the AFDCU program for West lot league registration wilt-be -------
tfurday So she donned jl farm 'Hofftdak, from McCoy Air force Virginia, and' Mrs. Sleeman; a closed and tryouts started "on
;J t giCI outfit,and joined in the tun.e Base in Orlando. Guests of the former employee of the Jackson March 30 and will continue to 1
evening were Mr and !Mrs John ville Journal, is TV, copywriter April 2 at the James.Boshoff

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Board MeetsThe Tuesday morning, from 10 a.m, Iii I u, e-1'-411 I
until noon, at the County CourtHouse I.n 101111 through ".1? llarrh III I

W.JA.U Bievard Executive: County Board Baptist held Everyone in Ti'usville!U welcome to bringin ''IiOD___ m':'. o_. LJfr. : LET T U C E HEAD 19C .
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any plant problems they may
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Mrs. Howard Jones Associatioial :i HiU. STAMPS,...,. of,:I i LARGE EGGS 2 CS:..1; 89c DILL PICKLES 1Lb/" 25c APPLE PIES '?.". 39c
President! presided at on April Oth at 7:30: p m at the : .0UI'01l .upon..d' .10.0. ofIo. I
this meetinj: A report on the First Baptist Church in West : 8-Oz. Pkg. Victory Brand I Off Labtll Kl.*nx Lars Special! Sunshine, Special! Jan Parker Cake

prosrost by Mrs+, of Delores Y.W.A Surrency. was given, Associational meeting Melbourne last Tuesday Speaker was at William this- r!, CREAM, CHEESE.'x. --UI.. 35c I! TABLE NAPKINS Besot 25c PICKLED PEACHES .i"i": 39c GERMAN CHOC. o."c"; 69c
Hickman, Missionary to 1 ('auDrr. Id thuuah .I. llorr.h xN 1 1is
Y W.A. Director. Nigeria Refreshments were : nwr 9!Y1t17t>urelgrevr : Special l| Grctn Giant Tender Specl.1I Jan Parker Sandwich

Associatijnal Plans were meeting made for to the be next held sent sewed by the host to those pre. i --- SWEET PEAS SI.L' ti. :* 99c SCOT TOWELS 3 S': : $$1.00 CREME COOKIES 3 VMS: $$1.00

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NIBLETS 4 69cSave
NOW NEW! 1: BISCUITS.3 8 Oz. Cans Puffin Buttermilk 29cJ I CORN CANSLLB.4.0Z.

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I.1 WHOLE 1 1/8'CLOVES oi. Box Ann Page 19c I II I SAVEl! Now On Sale at MP!! GctJler eaijie !
l!! e'u.poY. 'rand'J shn.hi5wa.. AIYrrh u 1 S@ Country Boy t.AnG&

HOUSE PAINT L:I:2UK:8:11:11:1I:8r.: : _________.____________:.1: : ....... ,-J LAWN EASTER E S T E BASKETS$ E T S Se
SuiiIhfrie""HrHo" Heavy
1 CRACKERS l0-oz. box 29c :';"j 1 I
Morton! Frozen Aluminum EACH $1 39i
DONUTSMortsns FroienBISCUITS, .. 16-o:pkg 39c i MOWER ONLY .

.. 10oz. pkg. 25c 12-Quart ',':"I.mltt''; ..... Worth more AllotodUTILJJITY

u-___ Sank INSTANT COFFEE. 5-ox. Jar $1.29 I ::: ;!:':: Jelly Eggs . Mb. pkg. 29c
--j AlP Sliced Switzerland
4 1:11t SWISS CHEESE 6-os. pkg. 59c POT .IJg.J:49. 95 Luduni Choc.
Maxwell HetseCOFFEE :: ''t': : Cuttie Bunny 4-oz. ea. 49c
1 Mb. can 85cMaswel I '
$ 8 8
'' HouseINSTANT 2 Worthmor CindyCottontails

Primer Necessary Kleseaf* COFFEE 6'oi. Jar 51.25 EACH USE OUR HANDY LAYAWAY PLAN! . 12-oz. bag 33c

Suit for Most Repaint Work INSTANT COFFEE '.. 10-os. Jar $1.75 Complete With Corer Se* the Manager for Details! ,,

Protect your. home with. long'lasting. CALO CAT FOOD --------- .?7 '"
bllo'-.otonl. {un.PreoUlet J5av9 Only PlaifStampsFine
Houte fm rrt No need to I -
prime pre - - - I -
vtoutlyj edkn,Dri.t v wnt4d in, 30 surface minutes I In good...colon con Chic Can dan Part, iW-' "i.. 2 for Me<< / I If your Birthday It In March don't f!)r- I y; ;a Get Gifts Faster =:'

p NOWPAINT + Ids brighter tee',;l Liver and Chicken Parts, ti I- -gt- to.renew- your_ _driven_ _license._ _| .. 4rlAr AnANTIC L IAbfIC rA COMPANY, nC HOURS: Monday Tuesday,
ssuRC 6-oz. Can 2 for ttc Wednesday, Thursday and.
1 Saturday, *-7; Friday *';
Kidney. and Chicken Parts, GERBERS STRAINED SNOWDRIFT / I Closed Sunday!
t es. Can 2 for Mei BABY FOOD SHORTENING I
I Prices ,In.This Advertisement
Liver. levered Cet Food, 6 65c 3-lb. 65c Are Good Threvoh
D & J SUPPLY f oz. Can 2 for 27c cans can Saturday, March It. ,

> 2 Blocks North of Hwy. SO Nut fe Deter Furniture I I I I I
Open 7:34: A. M. to 4 P. M. 2 bath bars 26c 300 ct. box 39c pkg. of 24 Sic bottle 35c 1lb. jar 19c 2-6-oz. cans 23cWednesiay

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4-1 TrhnvllU (Florida) Jftf'AdvocaU Wtdntiday, March 25, 1764 from this area and John Miller Special music was rendere,' by
_. Dr. Weisberg City of Titusville Recreation Director several of the Churches The
t. Thirty persons attended Junior Choir of the Indian Hi\er
.. Indian River City NewsContinued I ed City Church under the dim ion

Attends MiamiConference Various committee reportswere of Marie Morris sang si? rat|
Marie and
numbers. M'I ,
:. a ( From Page 2-B) PikesvilU-' Ky., and Logan: turned in. The future enlargement duct 'idya
Avery sang a
.ear { of the
and expansion
.. West Virginia.: :
a held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the present Community House: was The next Youth Rally \. beheld )

Church), When the new officers To Hotpiial brought before the meeting as in the Monterey Miss, .,. ,.ri.
Dr Melvin II Weibberg. Pod- will be giving their duties. The Roy Talbot, popular custodian also the question of renovating, Baptist Church in Orlando.>

Mk lalilstCriiropoc'ist[ of 517 Brc- installed.An newly elected. officers will also be of the Civic Center and Community Impiovlng the kitchen and
yard Avo., Cocoa and The definite was
house, was taken to utilities. Nothing Church of God
North Brevard Medical Center, invitation is made to all\ the Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital done. It was decided to invite
Route No 50, Indian River City. girls between the ages of 13 and Monday afternoon, suffering all candidates for office in New construction of ''he

has recently returned frorji the 15 to attend this meeting. The from high! blood pressure and the forthcoming primaries and Church' of God on MagI > la
Annual Mid-Win cr Sruf tific teachers for this I leadership possible ueart attack Information subsequent election to be guest Avenue" between Navarpnj,,

Conference of the Am'&can} course will be as follows: Mrs.' Li \that: he Is resting comfoitably speakers at the next meeting of Avilcz Avenues, moves :,Inn; \
-1 College of Foot Surgeons at the Mary McAllister Mrs. Polly : and hopes to return the Civic Association At this time, the walls haH ,,,,pn
at t _t u f'ontaineblcau Hotel, Miami Armstrong Mrs Essie Lucas soon erected, and have partially >h.t,,n
1 Beach Mrs. Pat NaY! .. 1 1g 1i Grccnhalgh! Mrs. Ova Town end, Youth Bally complete und work goes on
.. The latest therapeutic concrpts Mrs Carolyn Stokes! and Mrs.Nita Convalescing day. This Church he-
every i>
.. of corrective foot sgocry; Focks. Following the melding Joe Shinpaujh: Sr., 344& Pilchard Thitty eight members of the
.. ing built by own memb
.. were presented: by a pan''*! of :, refreshments will be served. Ave., is convalescing at First Missionary Baptist Churchof Most of the work is < rj
t ., d.stiiUtushcd medical: and''pod- home after his stay in Jess Par Indian River City attendedthe cone
.. ll .on Saturdays when members, ,
iiitric surgeons. rish Memorial Hospital. Joe says ,
I4T1e New Books East Central Florida Youth are free from their own employment .
/ highlight of the assembly he felt good enough to go back
.. Mrs. Jackie Rally at Pine Grove Missionary At this time a revival -
Merriam, librarianat
a l'4 r : was the candlelight to his work at the Cape but
: cerefiony
Church at Christmas is in A large
Baptist progress
of a formal banquet the Indian River City branchof he wan waiting for his release
wherojGoId..1Dr. the Titusville Library, advises from the doctor. recently. tent has been erected next to uurifmtJird ".
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: ; Twelve Churches were represented church and sir\ui I "
that a new selection of books on While Joe, better known as
: Florida has just been it reived "Uif Joe" waj in Jess ParrishMcmoital The Host Church are held every eveningt\ttendance
and placed in circulation. These presented a program on: Good. Th.
: THE KING'S MANY WIVES- Ron Kil- front from left arc. Mrs! Jan Kilgore as Include. : "Florida During the ) Hospital, "young Joe" "Whore were you Last Sunday Revival will continue for Hn
the cnly of Joe and Irene
: gore, one of the directors for Titusvilic Anna Mrs. Evelyn Wcinhold Mrs. June Civil War" by John E. Johns, son and What was your Excuse?" wel'k
Carter and MMH Sandy:: (:Jactuno. Standing { r Shinpaugh underwent surgery
Little Theatres forthcoming production, 'The .
Territory! of rlorlJa" by
r-Y : "The King And I I' i$ shown ducu lin? a are Miss P.itricii Blackman, MI. A John Lee Williams "Florida in Orange Memorial Hospital. ,
scene with Ann and the many wives of Mimi Catcs, !Mist\ Marjorie Fyke and Urcezcs" by Ellen Call Lung lIe is back and is around
: the King of Siam during ivh<>irfHs in Mrs. Djl&rcd Nedim.; jr.) -- Carbon: Photo s "Oicklson and his Men" by Mary again. While i "Big Joe"

I .. TLT's new building on Carlisle St. In Elizabeth Dickhun, "Journey into and "Uttb Joe" have been haying Evening Classes in
their cessions in hospital

VFW Auxiliary Has p p PY Wilderness"II Butte "The by Siege Journal of of St.Jacob Augustine Irene has been driving the school BASIC ELECTRONICSFCC
: And bus. !
Savings Of Men Money Object Easter Work Session a in 1702" by Charles W
I Arnade "Seminole" by Theo License I and VA Training 4

Tit"rst file. A'.ary: 4:23, Vet. Pratt and "Florida unJer Five Civic Association START MARCH 16th
Of Probation And Parole Program cram; of F''reign Wars met re- Flags" by Rembert W. Patrick Iridi.'n:: River Civic Association r I
me! in the Civic Center recently
horn' of
cent'y at the Mrs. ::
Other best-sellers
: More[ than 84 percent of thee in welfare) and tram rafted. T. Cribbing, 731 So. Dixie )[ include '"Ljiulon! Johnson just receiver! Florida Electronic Technical Institute
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people .serving Probation or agencies<; on a local level. IRC for a combined work Idw'j "Harry S. Truman", "The Story"(House Present qt t this meeting were 105 King Strait, Cocoa Ttl. NE 4-3720 !
; i Parole: successfully receive benefit Ey way of comparison, a person and social hour.Attractive Rules Committee"( "Labor To- Randolph Nimnully, Councilman 1
I ;i from the program and become nn probation or parole is Easter gifts day", "American Inventors", --- ------ -- ---- -

responsible producing eaining hu own way contributing made for the patients at the Bra- "California Gold Days", and i
i citizen! of Florida. !! to the welfare of his family yard County Home These consibter Melvln H. Wtisbcrg "The Deathstones".

4 The cost of keeping: a man orwoman and: paying taxes, while the ] of a beautiful assortment of Rent With Option To Buy
I, J in prison In Florida average cost of each individual artificial Spring flowers potted In 1 Fellowship Keys were awardedto -

I mounts to more than $4.00 per under supervision, to the taxpayers small green: containers, and are I those specialists recently inducted Visits Ky and W Va.

,I day in capital: equipment outlay is approximately 40 cents to b! delivered later in the into the: College after,the Orion G. Exline, has just returned -
I -- and upkeep. In addition, many per! d.'lY.During: week. session I rigid admission requiitmenU after a week visit to 5 NEW 3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMES IN
No work will be held
i met.
1 of their families receive benefits tha month of February
4 4"I during the Holy week. The next
I :II. I- 9J percent of these peoples Dr. Weiiberg those Visit At
session will be held Thursday, was among Friday
I. earnings ($48,500)), was 'honored his Cllt/ .JJeig Ifs
April 2, at 11 8.m. at the home by being presented Crofton HomeMr. Comdr'j
poured back Into local economyin .
of Mrs. Cribbins. More rents food and other commodity I In the American College of and Mrs Russell Crofton
Foot Surgeons one of seven in of Miami and Cliston Crofton of I
Uiailes L. Barfield, District Leaves For Homo j the State of Florida. Eau Gallic visited at the L. c.
i advantages Supervisor. Mrs. Pearl Ziejler who was a Crofton home! Friday With Mr. RENT WILL BE APPLIED I 100% TO DOWN PAYMENT!
Related social agencies such guest lastweck at the W. E. Ziegler Crofton they attended a reunionof

as Vucationel l Rehabilitation the home, left Friday night for NVELOPES: Business Sizes the latter's class at the University INQUIRE AT SALES OFFICE OR PHONE
\c j i than you ve'f' Florida Employment Service and her hcmc at. Duluth Minn. She Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp of Florida at Gainesville
Labor Unions, issls.cd in supplying is a sister-In law of W. E. Zicgler for mailing. Full stock at Star where all three men were grad 267.2756 TITUSVILLE, ANYTIME. .
ever job and training thus en- and recently returned to tho Un Advocate uated. ,
i. see I ited States from teaching in a .. .
ablirfii."eJi.onUnual ri.':".in. tho .. -
mission school in
standards'! of these'peopl. 4 tjkmawa. t
'f', :nina' The Brevard District office oft February

e Commission had 260 cases Quite ,'fh' n questions arise as
home. under supervision during the to the term Probation and Par.

month of February, 167 probationers ole The term Probation simply : '
and 93 parolees. The means the method of treating : rr "

: Come see these new combined total income of these a convicted' defendant: wherebyhe ,' to watch over
subject: was $$32,733.73.; Of is released on a suspended ... yours .
I exciting Ports ,., ..' .
this amount $$48,439 was expended sentence under supervision and
af the Sun" Homes for living expenses upon specified conditions. Par 1 .

at Port Malabar. while $3.320.77 accounted for ole as such is a conditional ie-

: ; 4 miles south af.r savings.The lease of a prisoner! from an institution : H."r
four Brevard County with Indeterminate or
Melbourne on u.S.1.:
: : supervisors made 1,378 contacts unexpircd! sentence The re-

I : : OPEN DAilY 9 AM 9 PM' and compiled 800 man hours in gula'ions governing each are A
i .J' this work during the month of very simiaf.! i )

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fills statement is presented as evidence plus to guarantee the fulfillment of its '
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; 0? the size strength, and financial pro-' obligations We are mindful of the con .

'. ti I a fess of Liberty National in 1963. Total fidence placed in us by our policy
s resources of over $429 million are conservatively owners and pledge oar continued efforts

.\ i t ] invested, and the company to provide efficient honest and reliable \1 r'r; !;.:-

\. 1 : With up to 48"% more horsepower in (front r '_ has over $46 million of capital and sur- service J

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2 y 1963 INCREASE IN INSURANCE IN FORCE $226,230,123 >' '\' .,
I 1963 INCREASE IN RESOURCES $35,999,693 I
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t .and 30"% more trunk in back .. RESOURCES "1
Ir Iai T+iQ.", space Guaranteed and Iniurad Rial Glob Mortg(9.,.,,..........,.................... 248,757.599.15 a
U. S. Government Bonds and Not.*....... ..,.." ..".........................,.,., 59,424,, .665 43 /
Total' U. Obllfitlont.. .. ................." .."............,................, 308182265.09 /
Other R..IEstat.Mortgages l .. .....,.,.........,. "..............,..............,.. 26,856,333,37 Fl j \ t
Public Utility Bonds...,........ ...............,,.. ...,...................,.,........ 18,223,177,22
:oar Slat and Municipal Bond
H ? Other Bond,, ,,,,,.,, .,,,::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,15,258,928.67: 32,584,309: : :

Policy Loans ............. ... .. ................... ........................... ..... 15,781,194,42 i i
i Company Occupied Real' EitaU. .............................................."...... 3,177,511.78 1
Inv.otm.ntRulCatat.. ... .. ... ......,.,................................... ....... 1976860.92 I'
wouldn't you fit nicely in between? Cash................. ...................................... ................"... ..... 2,638,714 i
: Stack...................................................".."............. ......, 3,507,687,00'
Othtr Roioiirc.........................................,..................",....... 339391692. I,
? a T Total,........................................................................... 429580898.74 j
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i Rttarvoi lo Guarantee Obligations to Policyowner*.,... ....,..,................... $374,983,290 \r' t
I e Capital and Surplus ((6,250,000 Share $2 par).. ..........................,....,... 46,147,092 7 ; 1
Total Hold' for Protection of Pollcyowntrl. .... ....,............................ 421130382.85 1
Socuritlo Valuation Ruse,.,..........'............. ..............,..........,.,.,... 2276259.85 ,
: Taxi* and Mltcdlanoou Lltbilltlot............... ...........,.............,....... .174.25..04 ic
.r Total..............,........................................,................... 1429,5(0,898.74 9 I r

i Charlie L. McCail 1 o

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i Now, more people than ever can own an Olds. 2317 IVY Street;- TltusrllUWin. I Ii

!I because Olds prices start lower than ever! i

\ T. (Bill) Adams, Jr.

., Sensational performance for everyday owner driving! ,. 275 Co'orldga, Ave- I.R.C. +!I I

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,; MILA Security Agreement SignedTrans READY-MIXED..IN-TRANSIT Brevard Lumber Company CONCRETE

a Building Material I 9 lumber 4 Paint Hardware
World Airlines has announced her within the first 12 month constant security curvcilance The Wackenut Corporation I IN W,I,10( ihut thi firm ha v more ed security and fir, protection I Ui Glv You An Estimate -
I, the award of a securityand period. Most of the personnelwill and a fire department completewith ono of the largest security or 111,11,000\ employees. It has for several missile launching Prompt n.lInry Phone AM 7-3831:
fire protection contract for be recruited from the Cape first aid and rescue tpuads ganizations In the nation. Head !,CI'Idos\ "ly associated with faciht'es:' elsewhere in thi count i|
more than $1 I million to a Florida area will I be: operated within the area ed by former FBI agent, George IIIOlIal, dot.:nse and has provide ry
firm for protection of the Mer- Wilson also announced the appointment I
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rift Hand launch area at the of James Brown New -
John F. Kennedy Space Center York City as TWA's security
NASA. officer at Merritt Island. C. L.
TWA is the KSC prime con Beaver, Miami will be Wackcn
tractor for base support operations hut's security chief and Flank
on Merritt Island W. Eldridge, also of Miami, will / You Can Have -
The contract award to the head fIre operations!( ,
Wackenhut Corporation, Coral As TWA subcontractor Waiktnhut .
Gables, was announced by R will be responsible for all T-V and Appliances,
W. Wilson, TWA staff vice-presi security functions on Merritt
dent who heads the special ser Island. This Includes safe With No Money Down!
vices division of the airline's guarding classified information,
aerospace activities here. plant protection, operation of a i
The Wackinhut agreement, effective pass: and identification section n CHARGE
April 1 provides for al and area control rHURRY "
most 100 security personnel and A fleet of patrol cars and IN FOR 1
60 firemen within 90 days and a boats will keep the entire Mer GRANTS ? .. \
50 percent increase in that num rill Island launch area under

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______ -- "'If 17 9 ...:'. WITH FM STEREO AND AM/FM RADIO

L mr-i t. 00::.
... On I Y $199

-. r" Only 2.00 Weekly 'H',
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I.r'T: \ L'2 ,"_ _'" _.- speed' record changer plays stereo and monaural records Indicator
:,' = ';, COMPARE THESE 4 light flashes when FM stereo Is broadcast 4 speakers Diamond needla
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L.W.V. CHAIRMAN Mrs WillLm. Crow, seated' at ,; .' \', ." r ', I ....46 ,'j Ii Cleans Big. .
right, appointed chairman of j a Convenient i automatic pro
was temporary a possible) r e.' v 't 11' ; i\ j
North Urevard Provisional Leairue of Women Voters :. .>, :;:::; t -: grammedCabricHclcction Stores Small .
during meeting recently at the Woman's Club building. 'u. I.
Heavy duty double coated
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On hand to provide information regarding L.W.V. was "
Mrs. William Halstcad, seated left, State Orangizational 4) CS '1--1:1::, : '" J\ porcelain tub Carries Light!
Chairman from Miami and Mrs\ It D. Hutchins State C ..; Deep overflow rinsePositive
National Items Chairman from Cocoa Beach. Carlson ,...1i .. r ,
Photo. '" e pressure fill

\f; 'u.t '. Turbo lint-filter traps lint i
': ';;r ,' l' -gives a brighter wash 1j ,1

-_ Mims Soldier Now In GermanyTransportation .. <::./.'{.,,. :. 2-specd, heavy duty motor \

I Army Pvt. James C Mch.cnncy Company near :. : :: 1, e Sealed-in-oil transmission pUA t

son of Mr. and Mrs. James Munich Germany, entered the ; .:" Latest modern styling FEpt RPRICE .
P. McKcnney Mims was assigned :: Army in July 1963 and completed i
Feb. 29 to the 205th Transport.
basic training at Fort Jackson, Grant's Own Brand
atlon Battalion In Germany Low, low prlco Includes:
McKenney, an aircraft elect S.C.The
riclan in the battalion's 661th
NEW rd
1963 graduate of Titusville High ON TRANSMISSION GEAR CASE ASSEMeLY (ggroa o> DeLuxe Vacuum CI..nerYOU'Ll
--- P"d.loDI' ., .
First Presbyterian LOVE EITHER or BOTH
Ail 5tHI gulp Fw We
J ceived First the Presbyterian following Church new members re FILING CABINETS FH $1 70 NO MONEY
Suipenilon ..
into their fellowship!' last Grade wewv ,. DOWN $3988ECONOMY

I Sunday; 25V."deep iis PRICED '.50 monthly

Mr. and Mrs Ray Brogley 10
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Mr Phillips I II Cash, Miss Cathy S 10 tubes Including rectifier Automatic frequency
Char !It 1 1 1.2S Id
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Consthis, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. control for no drift tuning e Automatic volume control Qa y
Hall, !Mr and Mrs V.m. 11Lueckinj --_ BIG I CAPACITY I MODEL Intermixes 4 record speed automatically with hut
William II. Jr, Robert 'ul 1 .y record abut.oI( 6 control e 4 hi-fl ape.ken-two Powerful deep cleaning
and Barbara, Mr Pail. Marovich, Doio_.. 8*,two 3'/4" Diamond and sapphire needle. Hand Suction Flip top lid.
Mr Douglas;\ McMastcr: Mr. ant I.. : wired, soldered chauU 45 RPM iplndle Included
Mis. HoIlM: Nash end Mr. Rich I .,...- S King Site DlipottbU Dust
ard Patzke WI'. Beg *) Set of Cleaning
Leos.T.-...aR.e Tools.AUTOMATIC .
.$56.50 NEW < i r i*>rd FAMILY SIZE
eN SpeclClIPrice )
I If f you have real estateto Complete entertainment '.. '
$39.95 ELECTRIC DRYER center a rich Plays all speed..

sell, or if you are CHFCK WITH gcorgo stuart. U'alnut cabinet Clendat 78,33%,4S. 16
I XJI I 1964 Model Handsome twotonscarrying
for choice real anOTlO'tontoCH, s-saoa _
looking "" AM 3.76 I <-- < cms*
estate our classi- 1 133 EAST ROBINSON CIRLANOQ : :$_' $15 9 1

fied columns., use TITUSVILLE DIAL AM-TOLL 7-6859 FREE I f-- w '/ J J !

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I v, :.J only 2.00 weekly
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Spaci'l Fcr Thursday ", '"1: "': ; i :' : I"i BRADFORD ''I
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a I d t 201b. W.
; : rush laftot: load Cspedlya Only I $297 PHONOGRAPH SPEED

SANDWICH I-2 j V21"l -t'.4.CO!
: im/ 'Charg weekly
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Tuna Salad. Eqq Salad. II BIO 23" TV-Alumini/ed picture for sharp con.. 9St,
Lettuce and Tomato I ..' : trast. Front mounted (M speaker 19 I
Pickle Chips. Potato 't Gi.nlLIM' softly Ooer' IJ5
Chips ",, ,, Switch, STEREO ADAPTABLE AM/FM RADIO- we/
Automatic frequency control for no-drift tuning.
I ChooM from six drying tern '
,, perature Has anti-wrinkle COMPLETE SELF.CONTAINED STEREOF'1.I10> sound..low price!
65ct.PL feature, top mounted lint spwd automatic record changer: His diamond Separate yolume; tone
filter vacuum drying system, net-die. Complete with 4't RPM spindle k controls. 4* speaker,
thermoltatically: controlled I dual upphlre needles. ,II


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Fag* -B TltuivllU (Fl rtd.) STir Adv eafa Wtdnttday, March 25, 1964

I House:: Cleaning? Don't Throw It Away, Sell--It For Cash On This Page TODAY'S BEST I I

For Rent --- GLAMOR GIRLS For Sale Help WantedMALI Mobile Homes REAL ESTATE

I pm. D*r Berore T. plus service. Buy Em fastest growing drug store
fublloatloa For W.d. *. rrl. Floor Sanders. Polishers Wholesale. T.V, Service Centerj/ OWNERS ranch with 2 bed-
11 A.M. Ba For Mon. Publication chain. Start in tackle l department. MOBILE HOME! 173-10 acre
Phone AM 7-3255 2115 Garden St., 2673882. Excellent opportunity for room home. High and dry and
Eckerd's, Pir. LIVE RENTFREE all cleared. This entire parcel
WANT AD RATES I OUTLET WHY BUY used appliances that right man. Apply
I esotu p.r word FACTORY PAINT has been demonstrated for tie Plaza Titusville. with Improvements lying ap-
Minimum Ibarg* BOo Baldwin Shopping Center months on the floor at high prox. 500 ft. from Route 48
APARTMENTS FOR RENT prices when yod can get the appliance Insurance and a short distance from
you want wholesale and Slims, reduced to only $18,900
ALL CLASSIFIED ADS ELECTRICALLY EQUIPPED, in. the carton with service from I RUSSELL $20 down payment and $20 a with $5000 down.
PATABLH IN ADVANCB centrally located, adults only. dealer know T.V. Service month will buy your own full lot In
you 196-1V4 acre building
Except: KitabllibtHl Account INSURANCE acre mobile home lot at beautiful -
267-6781. I_ \ .P7I Center, 2115 Garden St.,.267-3883. Christmas Park. Become Spruce Hills. Paved street to
--- 'ot tWS
Th. Itar-Advocat on Kequtil the central heat and air. base guitar. Blonde finish with 2001 So. Washington Ave. 150 families now reside here 302-25 acres due east of Mims
rexnret utilities. $25 accessories fender leather Don't buy before you see for and fish
>rivlin.I of nvuinf or rejecting $120 monthly, plus plus with water front
any advertisement which It d ero. cleaning_I fee..267.6317 or 267-2866. case. Base guitar, list price $279; Phone 2 7-6720 yourself. Only a few lots left. camp. Priced at $2000 per
objectionable and to change the : guitar case, list price $60; worth acre with 29"down.. bal. 5
claificatioo of coy advertlMro FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS, close near $350, sacrifice at $200. Excellent Lost CHRISTMAS PARK @ t"\ .
from that ordered lot conform to yrs.
the policy of toll paper. In, efficiencies weekly, monthly condition Call Ron, 26?. Route :50 Christmas, Florida
The Sttr-Advocat will net b. 'I rates, air conditioned, 417 Julia 0331 or 267-7133 after 1 p.m. GREEN COSMETIC:\ BAG contains Phone Orlando 2751727or 403-2 adjacent building Iota on
raiponilbl for more than on. Incorrect Street. money. Reward I 267-4299. paved street in Spruce Hills,
insertion nor will It be KENMORE AUTOMATIC washer, Mims 80 x 200 $1850 and
liable (or any error In dvvtli- EFFICIENCY, SEPARATE en. 12 lb. capacity. It works. $20. STRAYED FROM IMPERIAL Es- 100 x 200 $2000. Residential
the meote cost lo of a the greater space extent occupied than by. trance. Inquire 502 Robblns Ave. CARBURETOR FOR 5762. e cylinder tates, orange and white male cat. ALLEN REALTY section cleared and ready for
the item 10 the ad"ertl.menLBueID" Chevrolet. Used 2 weeks, Approximately six) months old. Cocoa 6363790( building.

Guaranteed. Take $5. 10311 AlfordSt. Call 267-6802 after 3.00: pm. Directions 12 miles west of 559-Two adjacent parcels on
Office IS Main Street PALM HOUSEAPARTMENTS 4'O Titusville on Highway 50 at U.S. No. 1. These parcels are

Office DUI Houri AM<7-0331:00 to 5:30: ;::21 FURNITURE 3 rooms of flni Mobile Homes Christmas, Fla. separated by Richey Road
-i:: =>""""" furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite. which gives two useful cor
Kee F.tono Sye&e.t.. lee.. 1964.> WotU t1abto.L ';f:=- 7 piece dinette all only $13.M TRAILERS FOR SALE ners. One parcel has 188 ft.
Furniture 201 frontage and the other 312 ft.
AnimalsAKC Some Furnished "I would like to wear it at least once!" per N. Magnolia month. Decor Avenue, Indian,River CABANA AND TRAILER lot, must TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT on US. No. 1. Both have 400

Children Welcome! City. Phone 267-7813. sell.. Fenced yard. 2677481. ft. frontage on Richey Road
-- ONE ACRE trailer space, $30 per They are cleared and have
TOY POODLE, black temporary GE FILTER FLO automatic wash. TEN FOOT 2 bedroom trailer, air- month, children welcome. Applyto recently been mowed. Pricedfor
shots, trained. Call! 267- Titusville, So. U. S. 1 For Rent For Sale ,,' er, good working condition, $55 conditioned, cabana with automatic R. E. Springman 2 blocks off Immediate sale at $55: per
5183. or what have you to trade 287- washer, utility room, 2ba1hrooms 50, Christmas Park. ft. 29% down. Can be purchased -
HOUSES FOR RENT ",' 1489. 2 hotwater heaters, separately.
Boats For Sale UNFURNISHED In Whispering \ ANTIQUE COASTER bed, antique i 3. gas bottles, awnings on windows TRAILER LOTS FOR SAL '
Hills. 2077661.GENTLEMAM chest of drawers, combination! 'Grove For Sale large window fan, 50 gal- 5G9-1100 ft. adjacent and north
RC[ 2 bedroom, like new, no small cash register-adding machine, electric II t lon fuel 'tank, all wave TV an- 68 x 100 trailer lot, zoned for trailer of new Jess Parrish hospital.
15 HP"FT.Johnson FIBERGLASS motor boat,tilt-40 TO SHARE 2 bedroom :!- children or pets. 267-6149. 6-8 fan. 287-4400. GROVE ON TROPIC St., 185' tenna, carrJorte, power mower, 8 x 40. $3700 cash J. W Exceptional site for shoppingor I
Heavy apartment. $15 weekly. 267. p.m. I' and some lawn furniture. $4195. Childre Realty, 267-2541. medical center.
trailer at a real bargain. Phone i frontage. 2672909.
267.6151. 4164 before 6 p.m. _ OFFICES fOR RENT HERMES 3000 portable. typewrlter'l' Call 2676267 for an apointment 673-384 ft. on both sides of
.. ---- --- script type, $75. 267 I Help WantedWANT to see this property Moving StorageLOCAL U.S. No. 1 in Indian River
Building & Const. I 1-2 or 3 room offices. AM 7-5728. MUCK, TOP SOIL, and fill djrt, I 55 FT. X 10 ft. 2 bedroom mobile AND LONG distance mov City, including location waterfront.The of this. -
Roy Roberts 267-2845. DEPENDABLE clean, reliable home screened in size and .
2-BEDROOM unfurnished duplex, patio. $2300 ers. Moving, storage, packing, ; ".l
NIDY CONSTRUCTION. resident- air conditioned, built-in range BEFORE YOU DECIDE See colored cook. 267 9902. equity for $1,000 and take over shipping, cold fur storage, crating. property oifers many poss'I-motel;
lals, commercial and remodeling and refrigerator, $115 monthly. this downtown Titusville office. JOB TRANSFERRED SALESMAN WANTED Attractive payments.) 287-7186 after 7 p.m. Free estimates. 267-3341, ities such as a large site. First
12 years in Titusville. Licensed Available Phone 267-6901. conditioned, heat parking, of to Insurance Salesman Brevard Ridgeway Mayflower. and apartment low.
Had to move out town. Take proposition 2 BEDROOM Vagabond Trailer. time advertised. Price-1
$95. C. B. Davis Realtor, Orlando
and bonded. Phone AM 7-2326.
2 BEDROOM duplex over balance on furniture. Call or Real Estate Salesman.Call Good condition. Reasonable
nite-day CII 1-3336 Titus-
; Plumbing Supply 701-Trailer park yielding an
Business; OpportunityFOR with stove, refrigerator, ville 267-7840. Adjustors at 267-5735 267-3986 for an appointment. Call Ted Conforti 2671251. extraordinary return on Investment -

central heat and air.. 267.5456 ROOMS FOR RENT 3E RANGE, like new, 36" oven. FEMALE HELP WANTED 55 FT. x 10 ft. new 2 bedroom mobile SEPTIC TANKSof however, it requires -
LEASE-BUSINESS. Texaco HOUSES FOR RENT perfect condition, $90. 267. home screened in patio. mostly cash to purchase. If
Service Station, US. Hwy 1, NICE ROOM In private home formen 7749. and board available. ExperIenced I $2300 equity for $1,000 and take pre-cast concrete, steel-rein interested, contact us for de
across from Byrd Plaza Cocoa furnished only, 2675759. -- ------- -- 267-7136 after 7 forced state-approved sizes 540 tails.
2 BEDROOM, partly over payments.
,: __ ___ 783-4465 Cocoa Beach.
DINETTE SET, formica rod
630 gals. 735 and 1000
Florida. 636-5709 or PA3-8434. close in, water Included. 267. I p.m.) gals., gals., 751-320 ft commercial frontageon
------ --- 6243. CLEAN ROOMS for working men. iron legs; ping pong table, regulation RELIABLE MAID. Own transportation gals. Grease traps installed, tanks
REAL LOCATION for Trailer 267-0234. 5. 267.2909.SPINET"PIANOS. I SEB THE NEW 19M pumped and cleaned, drain fields Hopkins Avenue. ProposedU.S.
7-3:30: call 287-6998 after -
for Qual-
No.1 site new
Sales or used car sales on U.S. HOUSE FOR RENT, call F and S SKYLINE relaid. Work guaranteed. Pitt man
1 Highway. North Brevard fast- Department Store: 267-4424. ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen priv. 4. [ 51 X 10, 2 bedroom $3695. Septic Tanks, Inc.. Phone AM 7- ity Court Motel is to the rear
est growing county in U.S. Six :.- lieges. TV and washer. AM 7- Want a wonderful spinet for an' HOUSEKEEPER LIVE in, 267- BUDDY 4421. P. O. Box 2013, Titusville! of property. Owner will con
months free rent. P. O. Box 123, 2 BEDROOM, FURNISHED, In 2283 after 5 p.m. economy price? Streep's have 5933 Of 2675380.WANTED I, SoH, 10(2( bedroom, $4195. Florida. sider dividing. Attractively I
Titusville, Fla. Mims 2 blocks off U.S. 1 South. SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies the loveliest you've ever seen. hUt tarnished in modern decor. priced for use
--- -- Call 267-4259: after 4 p.m. for rent. 801 Orange St. 267. Brand new, guaranteed 15 years, PART-Tlm Bookkeepers Free delivery, and set up. Long 755-Approx. 100 ft. from ocean.
Continued Next
PARTNER WANTED for Owning I UNFUR SJlEn-3BEDR: OM:' 3400. on sale for only $473: complete for 3 to 4 hours In the eve term bank financing.MARTIN'S on PsgeAWNINGS Two 2 bedroom apartmentsand
and 'Fence Business in fastest including delivery. Choice of ning: If interested please send MOBILE HOMES a one bedroom apartment
growing county in U.S. Free Whispering Kills section. $125 NEWLY FURNISHED, air conditioning hand-rubbed decorator walnutor resume to Personnel Manager Skyline) and Buddy Dealer all completely furnished on
rent, small capital required. P.O. monthly Call 267-1883 after 6 TV, Maid service, $30 mahogany. phone Orlando Post Office Box 82. Tltusville, : 1224No.. U. S. 1, No. of Overpass corner paved street with extra -
Box. 123. Titusville, _Fla. __ p.m. weekly. 2327 S. Washington or 424-2401 for home showing with- Florida. Only experienced book- ''r 'Tltmville 267-3081 50 x 100 ft. lot. Located in j I
call 2675407. out obligation. or visit Streep'sat keepers need apply
SUITABLE FOR small business New Smyrna Beach Approx.
Camping HuntingBUY 641 N. Orange or call Titus I M60NLANDMobile
and home combination, 2 bed rentals $400 per month. Pricedat
LOW rates must have knowledge
clean rooms for work CLERK.STENO,
ville 2670595.
For Home or Trailers Cabanas
1 bath. Kitchen equipped. $201)00!) and shown by appointment -
of and shorthand,
OR rent a folding tent camper men. $10-3. Call 2676185.. typing Home Sales
267-9940. Carports Utility only.
sleeps 5, stove, link Icebox. -- -- --- CHANNEL MASTER Antenna must be able to meet public, excellent !]
Double J. Campers. 2476 Old LARGE UNFURNISHED 3. bedroom ONE OR TWO men private bath Systems. Installed 2495. 267. working conditions, apply QUALITY HOMES AND Screened and Florida Rooms. 804-3 bedroom. 2 bath home in
Dixie Highway. Phone 2671584. house, 2 tile baths, built- and entrance. Phone 267-2090. 3577. City Hall, 525 Palm Ave. SERVICE No !Money Down! fine residential'! area. 4 yrs.

in range. car port and utility PRIVATE ENTRANCE. $11 weekly U.S. 1 North of Overpass old, good lawn, awning windows -
Child Care drapes, city water
1Onm$125 month. 267-1928. for a gentleman. 267-7197. reconditioned with established -
piano completely permanent position
Titusville 267-5695 double carporte, corner lot
MATURED, RELIABLE white COTTAGES bedroom, twin beds, WAREHOUSE FOR RENT and refinished. Terms to suit. construction company. 267. N. Brevard Awning and extra nice Florida room.
lady to baby sit, call 2675780. tile shower, living room kitchen. KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC 2902. LEGAL PADS Bit Supply, 35c Sales 13650. This home is worth
screened porch. Fully furnishedand STORAGE SPACE in metal buildIng 2126 W. Tropic 267-83S5 MALI HELP WANTED I each at Star-Advocate Office.WANTED' more and is a bargain for the
CHILD CARE by Hour, day or equipped. $40 week, 2 per. on Net Ins Court, rear of REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS 267-6333 or 267-2779 person who can afford approx. I
week, Indian River Heights.For sons. Utilities and linens included Star-Advocate building. Available washers dryers (almost any GUS FAULK CHEVROLET Is now, $3600 down.
AM 7-5766. Haynes Court, 714 N. now. See H. II. Hud- make). Buy Em Wholesale plus taking applications for experienced -
New Beach. ion, at Star-Advocate. 811-Well kept 4 year old home
Freeway Smyrna E
service. T.V, Service Center, Chevrolet mechanics. See available for less than original -
Lease Garden 84612.
For Sale 2115 Garden St., 2673883. Service Manager. selling price. 3 bedroom

3 BEDROOM, IVi BATH, screened .22 CALIBER PISTOL, 6 shotcylinder ROUTS SALESMAN cash bend' t Waitress for luncheonette. 1 bath screened porch gas
MODERN OFFICE building suitable
for professional use. Six porch, $125 monthly, no pets. OAK TWIN BED complete, $48; with side gate load. $io; .required. Apply between 2-8 R.m Bxcellant' Working Condition heat carporte on 72 x 109 mortgage lot.- I
offices, furnished or unfurnished, 267-3355. Maple 5 drawer chest $25; Twin See at Lakeview Hills, 1039 Al- ''Foremost Uaires, Norwood Ave $875 down and assume
Vacation with of $10,400 @ $75 monthly. -
Not when
mattress, $5: ; cheap ford St.ITSTIME.
all or part, plus large show UNFURNISHED. NEW, 3 bedroom .
GRANTS NEEDS salesmen for Benefits! ,
tiled II new! 1442 Lake Circle Drive, 287- ap- Company
Located town house bath t central
room. Off-street parking. and TV I
TO FERTILIZE compost .pllance department.

Route No. 50 Indian' heat and conditioning, with or 0264. ; 852-Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
on 3 bags for $1. Nichols Poultry ,Guaranteed salary plus commission Apply in Person at hardwood floors
River City. Call Conforti Realty, without range. Near Pirtle Plaza. COLUMBIA EXER-CYCLE, like Farm. Closed Saturday 267- Company benefits, group JESS W. CHILDREM beautiful Indian
and on
Realtors, 2671251. $135 monthly 2671928. new, phone 267.3612. 2367. health insurance, retirement W: T. Grant Co. River carporte Avenue porch in Titusville.Low .
benefits. no experience necessary. I BUILDER
We will train. No phone Plrtle Plaza Titusville down payment.
calls, interviews -5 p.m. you buy, see this one.
Westwood Manor I .Apply W. T. ntCrrtr Plaza.Moving : 865-3 bedroom. 2 bath home

JUST GOOD BUYSIN Just extras.north Priced of city at limits.$14,600 Many and

BUILDERSWANTED $$82 payment pays all. Down
? payment just reduced to
,. Old Dixie HighwayBrick $1000.

REAL ESTATECOUNTRY ACREAGE 887-Beautiful executive type
LOW LOW RATES I !II I IS estate just 1000 ft. north of
"FOREST HILLSESTATES" limits. Has a beautiful 1
Homes 3 bedroom 2 Full Tile' Bath 200 acres, North of Mims, one mileof city large home placed among
LIVING Just Minutes from Titusville. 3 Bedroom, 2 Service River frontage, one mile of and high oak I
Quality citrus groves
(Colored) Central Heat, Built-in Range bath on large fenced lot. Has citrus, palm and large oak ONLY- 4 LOTS LEFT AT railroad frontage. Only $650 per trees. Shown by appointment

w/Hood Sod Lawns & Shrubs Choice of trees. This U one of the hard to find items.. Priced at $14,600 Compare Our Rates $3000 Per Loti! acre, terms, only.

with excellent terms.IF Call Mr. Floyd R. Stone withJ.
Free Estimates CHAS. JANNARONE Why Pay More?
Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. YOU ARE looking Inc something different you must see this Titusville Shopping Center W. Childre Realty

spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick on a beautiful\ corner lot In Lowest Interstate Rates From' AM 7-3441 AM 72341Brokers 800-3 bedroom 2 bath. ,
in picturesque -
Also F.H.A. Homes from $13,750.00 to Indian River City.. Central heat and conditioned with extra Brevard County I I I Brand new landscaped setting lot with

$14,500.00 $450.00 Down. Ready for large rooms and log burning fireplace. Custom built and expertly FOGARTYBros. lots t of beautiful shrubs. Air I
planned. Many extras included in low price of $18,900. conditioned by Westmghousewith
Occupancy. Shown by appointment. Transfer, Inc "North Brevird's Oldest Real Estate Service" central heat. Kitchen equipped t I
with bar and completeset
RESIDENTIAL LOT near Magnolia Plaza In Indian River City. CALL COLLECT! of beautiful cabinets and I

267-5437, 267-5293, 267-2802 75 x 110 with many trees. $2400. Eau Cocoa. GalUe NE 2543133 8-011J: & ZU Westinghouse Range. Extra Cont large I:n e utility n t a I _.J

CORNER LOT near new school In Indian River City. $2200. 1'Z.JleacL .j! room.large enough for your I .
97V ]x 150 LOT near River in Bellwood. 3500.: I"co.T.lephoq workshop and laundry. Gracious ,
23 ft. living room with 8 ;
SEE 3 ACRES on Rt. No. 50. Frontage alone worth asking price of ft. sliding glass doors with
OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE this parcel. Two bedroom home included at 12600. Wanted .uc 7-2011 white terrazzo floors makes I
this home one of the most I
3 ACRES north of Mims with good County road $4950 with terms. outstanding values in Brevard

HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing 10 minutes drive from Titusville. The best We need salesmen for appliance avaIlable County. Priced at $13,650 with
40 ACRES just acreage 1, There are several nice FHA acquired homes only $450 down. Call today and
buy we know of at $695 per acre. Small down paymentand and TV depart- ,
now. We will be glad to give you details for let us show you this fine
: 9 years on balance. ments. purchase. home. Ready for immediate ,

PUT YOUR MONEY TO WORK with one or more of these specu- occupancy. I

lative parcels: C $75. salary and con mis- 2. We have builder who will build to your specifications -
LARGE: 75' x 110' LARGE POOL 10 LOTS adjoining Florida Shores. $150 each. sion.t .
on acre lot. 15 minutes from citylimits. i' J
LOTS WITHCENTRAL I S SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES 5 ADJOINING LOTS in Orange City, (corner) total price 395. 5 Company benefits
93 PLATTED LOTS near DeKunlak Springs. 50( x 100, $33 each -
WATER] !te. elevation 195' Insured title. a Group health Insurance 3. Four bedrooms, (with large master bedroom). Two I

deluxe baths. Built-in electric kitchen with dish- i

.. Retirement benefitsNo washer. Central heat with aif optional. Double DANENBURG

RYANREALTY' carporte.: Prime community. Only $95000 down
$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO .: 'i'- experience necessary we.
will train you. payment. REALTY :

REACH OAKWOOD: from Titusville go north on *: "*" No Phone Calls Fleasel

u.s. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more Interviews from 9-3 p.m. eryan-Conway & WnJ/laJ Jrnc. 1514 South Washington ;
For free Information Apply: Mr. Smith
mile to our entrance om: righfc AM 7-3858 I

call 287-5588. R. G. RYAN Reg. Broker W. T. GRANTS REALTORS: INSURORS Where buyer and teller expect

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Real Estate HOUSES FOR SAL FREE LP bottled installation. Al It r 41(.H ttNtilAftll) t (> lTrl.oNII \ IM HIM IIKr.1 SkI Oil XII Ml. ''I'' KIK IIKKVAKII ( III 'liT\ rl.oKllil. IIUI'\\l11i: IllXrV:
gas .
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let N. U. S. No. l Titusville. I'll1 ( liNt .I,. 11,15 ('II IhI r.HXII." lISle: l''' (,1 LI'J' ( I II l'ENl': >0. 171111' lImb NO mat
Acr age OCEANFRONT RIVERFRONT 'Suburban! Propane las Service. M I OCI'b; Of xorii I115; nl irMfrRON XOTK rl TO IIKr; hXI) None K: nr id-i.K: XMI I
NEW SMYRNA: BEACH 267-Mll. JOSEPH u. SAW; BAT A tT''JJtN t. IlLAlK, XITIIr: :: : AVID I. CARMICIIAEL: "LultllJIIn ltoltJI'k1'M( ) -;NT OF)

NORTH OF MIMS! 1 acre, reason. NEW 4 BEDROOM waterfront I !JENUM.: JK. JAMlClf E.; MOO, KB. Plaintiff Ta all C : : : ?t tI PLAINTIFF of Kluriiia : A .noy of the in......
0 KANCIAMAR1: : 101l1,1I1Ilalt1.alld Y. CKCII.K. I U.
able. 267447.! home 2 baths, screened porch Used Cars & Trucks TMB ALAMEDA VOttPOH- RTTA' M KUAN: et al 1 rare hereby' NOItE J. CARMICHAEL rot I II oner,

full dining room, double garage, ATION, a Florida corporation.Plalntlffi.. Defendant tll I (' any: I. ::: : : DEFENDANT; V. N. HELrilKn
W al.
BUILDERS. ACREAGE, 2 blocks central heat and air-conditioning. BTAtK 'II)' FLORIDATO they may ba" I Imtate : LBNORE J. CAKMICHAhL' ft ,

from country Club or lots with I 1 $3,100 down $151 month. 1958 OLDSMOBILE: CONVERT. : MRS. ETTA M. ROAN alnifle.MKS. In the You: I.KNOIU: J. CARMICHAEL: NOTICR OF' K.MINKNT: : Defonilanta.DOMAIN

city sewage and water. Ready i RIVERFRONT per : IBLE, full power, $425. 267-6685. POLtAK. CEDRIC 3. JANIEN ; OI.IVB NELSoN: aln*>. JuilBe of o'n:; : \ 'hereby: notified that Ah. Bill of I'ltOCKKDI.Vn: :
: 120 feet choice i --- --- ---- - I and JANIEN, hi. wife, and KTTA; WILSON: and CHARLES In, me' ,' ; M for Divorce been IN TUB MAMK!
Call Baker 2675530. : AtfI I) fY THK
to build on. residential frontage magnificent 1959 FORD GALAXIE 500, 4 door all peraona claiming any ....1.. W. %vi lOoN.: wife anilhutbaml. Florida, < l ( .... analnnt. you. and von are re- AUTHOK1TV? Till HTATR VV
right, title or Interest In or Urn I.I.A: UKAIIAM "I,,Slits from ( I aerve a i-opy of your an- KL.OKIIJA,
HOUSES FOR SALE landscaping; and a seawall- 332 engine cruiscomatic, Radio upon the real property herein de- and KURHKWT (1KAHA.M. publication of ) i er or pleading. to the Hill of Com ,
plus a spacious cottage with a and heater air conditioned, tint. aribed I or any part thereof wife. and himhaml., MAt- clnlnt 0 Ii..na to the. Plaintiff: attorney and to nil and CONCERN -
huge fireplace and Defend' nta. and must state( W. PITTS. P. (I. lbs 24..n, riat- peranns parties
-mVERFRONT HOME 2-car garage ed glass, no Florida rust. Orig HKLI.K: SCOTT and IKOKC1K: ; / claltnliin, or hating any right,
THIS STATE OF FLORIDA TO And of Beach Florida and fIle the
: 1".1
$13,500.00. HCdTT, wife and hualmml.MAKVIN .
inal title I UK-rent, cold It'. mnrtajnfe or
owner. 3313 PennsylvaniaAve. All peraona claiming any eatate, : ('Iolmant and anawer or pleading M the
HI.AIIt and K&r-
For sale by owner in Edgewater. OCEANFRONT: Modern 2bed. 267-0255. right, title, or internet In, or lira 'iT! Hr.H HI.A IK. hunuand. an.I the Claimant.I : ef the Clerk of the Circuit eels other. of lion land to, or hereinafter on thee certaIn d'atrlb.l..n.1 par-,

Modern 6 rooms, 2 bath large room cottage In fine ---- upon the real property, herein described wife LICK; UOTTINK :nil.I tutor y, or U I I t : on or before tne illin dur,, of the following; perion. tugrttier

screened porch, alrcondiUonedon completely lurnished _10eation'I 1956 FORD 2 door sedan stick or any part thereof, LEVI HOTTINK wlfaand, IIUKband. ,'onllng, lo If 1M4. with all unknown, prranns claiming
you fall to do
DEFENDANT*!. (JRKMTINOgrkUU : ): ao Judgment by
lot 300 K 115 ft. See shift, heater good tires, $250. AHH HEHKHY: NOTIFIRDthat rlngle. MARY HO.MKK(CKA\VXKI CHAW. Aioi will be taken against you' by. through ur undor known, prricito

Margaret Klikna or R. D. Paxton 2677758. a proceeding to quiet title haabeen Foil I and EDNA; CltAWFOKI nt '): : the relief demanded In sold. who known are to be tleail hall, or or who alive:arc not:

$33,500 GA85508. PAXTON REALTORS brought In the Circuit Court JI. hiifband, and wife., I lIece."d.IIV' rnplnlnt.Thla ttKCTION 7oaJO-i4ll) 8TATR ROAD

Specialists In Waterfront Property 1963 MG, MIDGET, 13.000 miles, by for Rrevard County Florida, agaluat OLADVK CKAWFORI) !). single, ; .--- ,.. each notice week shall for hn published. (1-115)) HHKVAItl: 1) UOl'NTY
MIMS: Easy St., small cottage, 2 419 Flagler Avenue Beachsido owner, $1575. 2677469. all peraona claiming any ealnle.right HWAKI( Kl'OK: and IIKK-: I''HOI.D' I. .. In the Tltuavllle. four consecutive. NAMES! AUUUKtWKS
title or Intereat In, or lieD "ltDrn.y for mar-Aiitfo-:
GITIIE KI'DK. himband umlwife. I
lots 50 x 250 ft. together. Small ------ -- .. Tltusvllle Carol Ann F'orl.nb.rr, a mInorca
Phone: 428-8221 or 428-8142 upon, the following ,deicrlhetl real HAKKV 11(01unt; KL- nil: drove
storage building, and fenced 1961 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE con property .lIu... In Brevard County, : VillA HI'DK: hiiMhai.il uci I I I' n. llox 51KMcrrltt Done. anil Ordered. In Tltuavllle, II I luanllanHnule Mattla M. Fortcnnerry,

three sides. $500 down, $50 ',750 DOWN, 3 bedroom, air conditioned vertible, real sharp, 3.way power Florida, to wit: jl Wife I SI AZE i. KKMNKCOTT I Island.. !March,I County, liMl.!' I.f'lIl Florida, this :ffl dav I. Doc M

month and will give three double carporte and low mileage jet black top The North i. of one-half the aoutheaat of the \Southeast I... and and CATO K KNN:. ':C''I"r.) wit 1M4.M.ir.l-irnt: II. R nnrnea Clerk of the \Venae n, Mlsnlsuilprl.

months free. Miss Jean F. Parish family room. Mr. Evans 267. and bottom. Priced to sell quick. the Rut SilO feel thereof for ) RUDE hushan.l.and MAIKIK' %v HrllJI.I! ;: I IS, 25, ( ) (; Circuit Court Mary llarnrockI'dlS SHI No 108.1, 103.1

P.O. Box 366, Cocoa Beach. 3267. See Ed Davisson, Belton Pontiac. Klght-uf-YVay for South Patrick himhnnd, and wife; 111.1 I lly Hertla II I'UI"Hull C'"k' : Mathews blood ._-_
Will trade or consider sale for -- --- ---- -- -- Drive, and SMITH and WAYNE!: 8.VIITH. I .' SEA 1.1 Voungslown. Onto:
The North one-half. of IT. B.Government iv Till: ( :
BRENTWOOD ESTATES 1959 FORD GALAXIE, 2 door wife nn.1 huabund; NAOMI arm!! NO. iso.l, 109.3, IOU
bargain. Lot No. 4. all In AM I'S 010:11: and ItOAIM. XIVIII 01 lit.. : 26... Apr.::.. 1. 8. 15 (Wed.) 1904.
Thnmiis ll.imrtwK
4 well planned models are now hard top, $675. 1958 Ford Station Section 22 Townahlp 28 South H.IIHII\. (
n AMCNDHOX. wife and l husband TIIK; ( I I'll 13: Mathewa ItoailVoungntown
LAKEFRONT ESTATES has the open. Brentwood Estates is minutes Wagon, 9 passenger, 8 cylinder, Hange 37 Keel Urevanl County, VERNON: : HOITUAR anil11AI1I1AKA IX\ \III.I i II "t'(111 'M; I 'C'Pll IIKIU.I IT ( III(11I11Ir I ler OK TIn": (SkisSIt < _

homes with from radio and heater, and automatic. Florida HOfdAh hushanil (cult !) No KW.l. 109.2. IOU
advantages you'll downtown Titusville, anil are hereby required to file o. Xltril ; UHt. 'III' ( OI > 11.
like. 3 bedrooms Hi baths at i West on Garden Street. FHA $495. Browning Auto Sales, 405 with you the Clerk of lattl.. Court your and and wife AHI.KNK; FRANCIS HOCdA LOIS N :LLn: :" : filii' II'. sECTION 7liaZ4::. ) > H TATK KOAl)
Hol'OAtl. >- tx( rnv N II. 9 (l-Bltl IIUKVAItU COUNTY:
12,600. $500 down. $79.38 monthly, I VA, 23.4 bedroom homes, from Hopkins Ave., 2671520. written appearance, personally or band, and wife PIIII.I.i'% ZAIIARKt, PRHCHII'TIOM: *
including P and I. 24 mort. $85 includes --- ---- by your attorney In aalil pracreImi. KAKlIM and OAIIRIKL IIA\{- 15'' Situ No.> lOll VaU(
year monthly, every. \tAJUn' : PlaIntIff,
LET US SELL your car or boat. on nr the 27tb day ot OS. sit| ,. and, husband .
anil ; LA.- niOHT OK" WAY
gage. Large lots. Just south of I thing. 267.7142 or NE 6-8385. April, 1964. thereafter to file KA CAI.KINH.: .
single :
Hills Club Browning 405 Hop aervlce on the oppoalng counsel I and TO: IIARRT <: ,
Whispering Country You and j-u, h of V.MI are ....r.hv I I"IUTI of
4 BEDROOM, 2 bath, new low kins Ave., 2671520.V'OLKSWAGON file with aald Clerk your written notified. that suit, ha. heels file.) IUIoIII: ) : ft""""""' part :
(Route 405), George B. Barley, :" ( .: lit' "''II NW' of BVV4: WW of 8W4'of '
-- --- -- --- defcnaei. If any. to the Complaint al NOTICE; 1 :'
Inc. Titusville 2673622. down payment nicest section In against you In the above entitled : nODNKY: ZAIIAKKO HW! and Uuvernment Lot 4,
the ttmea preacrlbed by law, thereinaettlng that I
: 1960, clean $950. and.l that a o '
cause you are required' to AND(
Titusville. Forest Hills. anil that of IhR NH of NW
-- -- -- -- -- 267-3564 2675235. up th eatate, right I title t t1nt..r".1 or file other heo filed. part
your answer or
responiilvi- OFFICEIl
W, North of the south Una of
CLOSE TO BEACH In, or lien upon the above tiff In the
pleading with the Clrrk of thin FORT
LKVINWORTII.: the lIHesplito' tlrant, Hectlon
Hugh fireplace, cypress paneling, LUXURY LIVING new brick UTILITY BODY Trucks in good deacrlbed property claimed by you. Court and I 10 servo u copy," of Ihl.upon that you are KANSAS 117, anil theVS nf In NW4 oiMectlon
Herein fall not, will be :
or Judgment aerve
TV room, lanai, 3 bedrooms, 2 veneer, 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath, condition. 1957 3/ 4 Ton Chevrolet entered l agalnat you by Default. the. I'lulntllf or Plaintiffs Attorney plestllnajs a oopy nn NOTICE\ ': la hereby given that the 94, All In Township 0 24',,.
built in and oven dish. whose name and .wclclresi la : : : RENATK: : ZAIIAItI baths and double lot, $1600 cash, range 4-wheel drive GMAC 1 Ton. Call WITNESS my hnml' and the aeal CROFTO.V. IUIKWKR: : A IIDL- K'H. P. O. her ,,
ault for
washer and disposal intercom of laid. .. Court at TII".vllleorld.\ .., Klurl.la. Alt I nivnri-e. cuatmly within 140 ,feet of the .lIrve,
month. For tAN: D. SIIK< Palm
$102 per appoint. Avenue. Tltusvllle. : \ : the minor children ..
Ted Conforti 267-1251. thla mini day of March, 1964. flic ;the ; and I other r. line of Slate Itonil (11-06)) Median.
with AM and FM radio central Florldw. not later than r ,
April 87.1U64. .
agnlnut the .
ment call Margaret Klikna, Pax. -- -- -- COURT SEAL) Office nf the Defendant HOI 711220.:/ .a 1.1 survey line being dea-
oil heat and airconditioned I If you, fall to do .a. u Decree W. ZA IIA R KO. In the Cl 11 'I'lb.,1 follows
ton Realtors 419 Flakier: Avenue 1963 PONTIAC CATALINA sports CURTIS n. HARNE3 Court T U roil aa ;
Pro Confess. will he entered ,,
againstyou : :: : In and for !
llrevard at
Klorlila ; County, Ili'gln on the South boundary
NEW SMYRNA: BEACH. 428. wood burning fireplace, wall to coupe, with automatic power Clerk of the Circuit C-mrt for (be relief demanded in the : on nr Section ,
I 84. Township : : rluiith..
8221, or 428-8142 (eves.) wall carpet, double car garage, steering and brakes. Radio, factory BY: Rertle Deputy Hall Clerk Complaint. Thla suit la for the partition of a Dmree April 1U84.Pro : : .. abbreviated. title la ZAJ[. Xante as Knst, at a point 150.17 feet
of .
----------- fully landscaped, corner lot real estate located In klreVard VM2AIIAKKO.. Rent from thn goulriwcst corner
air .
all tinted glass, seat Romeo A. Amari ,aralnal you ,
LARGE : 2 bath $27,500. For County. Florida more particularly Defendant l la required. In file thereof, trierce run North 00"12'38: .
3 BEDROOM appointment 267- belts. Less than 6,000 actual Attorney foe Plaintiff dnacrlhrd aa follows: In the Aha.... with Ihe
'I.rk nt Ike West ill? 53 focI the
to brgioning.
double carport on beautiful 1928. miles. $1200 under original cost. P. O. Hox 281 Lot six i un :n Ke.-Hon. Mxtern U'lT.N'KBS Court and to nerve. a ropy of a curve avn to, > the \Vesterly
wooded lot in Whispering Hills. Call Cocoa Reach, Florida ((16)) Tnwnahlp Twenty-Eight seal it upon the Plaintiffs' Attorney, and c..nc radius' I of 24,37741feet
Boyd. 267-0655 after .
LOTS FOR SALE Mar. 25, Apr. 1. 8, IS Weil.) 1964.IN ((28) South Range ThlrlyMeven day of March later than
April 17lh.
thence run along' anlil
Oak Terrace 2671935. ,
1429 -- --- curve
5 p.m. or 2671211. Financing ar <((37)< ) East: rnntalnlnai 20acres CURTIH' ( ) KEAL) thru central of Vll'IMi"
I Tin: ('IKUIT (01) KT ,HTIU: a angle adistance
Clerk: <:
ranged. more or less. Curtli II. [torn .
bedroom bath ATTENTION BUILDERS lots 1'111 JIDKMI, ( IKCIir U. of 1U4I: feet to the end ofcurve.
LOSE IN 3 one 6 WITNESS: lly
my hand and seal of .
CLERK Ihletnee
I tI'Jr'W..t
OF TIIH5: CIRCUIT run North 2. :
home. Hardwood floors double as is, $2200 each. Shady Oakssubdivision Townsend Auto Parts \ >> COfNTV laid Court at Tltusvllle, llrevanl ) COURT 8WM.17 feet to the North( -

carporte. Fruit bearing trees on large storage ware ('II AM'KK1 SO. IUDS l County, 1964.COURT Florida. this 2:1: ,day of Mar.(CfU'KT 18, 25 ( !) Sly : V. 5. SpanglerDeputy hnunilary, of laid SectIon 34, at a

generous size lot. Owner within, house and small house included. Used Parts Cars NOTICK Or "SIlT' March( SEAt) .: )* II. MAOYAIl Clerk Writ point corn(II j],r feel thereof East; from thence the continue North

19 DeLeon Avenue. Call owner. 2675963. Top Prices Paid For FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE -. CURTIS R. nAItNRH .. for Plaintiff North 1'in'ni' Writ win 20 feet to
ASSOCIATION! a corporation Clerk of the Circuit, Court, I I" TIU; I : North Magnolia Avenue the Kant;, boundary of Kecllon :28.
3 BEDROOM: 350 sq. ft. fami'.' LARGE LOT for multiple dwellIng Wrecked Cars! omanlaed and. exlullng. under Krevard. County Florida ,11 1)4,10 IllS)' Ih ; nln, Florida, Township 2:1: Mouth Range M Kant:

room in well established neigh. or community business. $200 Free Statewide Teletype Service an Federal Act or National Con..r. s Mortgage puruant Association to the By Bertie. HallDeputy I IN:I.II I'MIIHlTr II :S61"I'! II. 25, Apr. t. 8 (Wed) 10(14. at a pnlnt 8108.1lI: feet North from,

borhood. Close to Elementaryand down $35 monthly. Also can finance 6 Miles North Of Mims Charter Act having Ita principal Mar. 25, Apr. 1. a, Clerk 15 (nv.19) ( I. MIIKK 1 '; >> 2M.the ,i-antlnue Bnuthanal North corner) of 2'2ir3H"said' ""
Junior High schools, range building. Inquire, 267-1481. Titusville 267-1351 office In the City of Washington -- -- ---- ---- IN SIR;: K:..1,1.t, 24"1I.A t"1 10 the begInnIng n' aCilCV
District of
air condition. DANIKL sr000ava to the Kanterly hut"Ing :
and refrigerator, Plaintiff, IV Tilt: loft IT C.IIII1T.ior a'kla Da My Neighbors
ATTENTION BUILDERS 1950 CHRYSLER. $50; 1956 Ply- TIIK: a ralllull or 22, U.J2: feel thence'
er built in dishwasher, 4 large va. MXTII 4IDKIM.' I ( IIKIIP or'
run Northerly 1:"" .ti7) feel along aalil
Estate mouth $60 1954 Oldsmobile
Oak trees, sidewalks, paved size lots, minimum size 100x ; con MATTHEW R PARKEH and M.II It 1 1) t. IX AMI KIK lIlt1.11(11 ).- All L-retlltnra" : curve thru a central angle of 801

streets and street lights. Inquire 150 $1950. Paved streets, no vertible $75. 2676998. WANDA J. FARKEK!: his wireDetentanta. ) ( (II XTt.In IlL; 10.: .".. W)" to the end i>f curve, thence run','
city taxes, beautiful Oaks and < hKneerr l n.liHiirK hereby not North OiruvaX': ; Kast HKHl.ilu( feet IKho
1722 Smith Drive South, Titus. Pines. Excellent Call 1959 FORD dump truck F600. STATE OF FLORIDATO or' I't HI ir trios any ,I'lnlm or ( North boundary of laid Section'
terms. : MATTHEW 8. PARKER and III Ill E: 'in iiKrhxn I mny I h
ville. Phone 267-2845 noon weekdays. : t.tr.a: : I 20. .1 a point 141.1'' feet W..I of the
Realty 267.3261 night WANDA J. PARK Ell, hi. ROBERTA JOAN.I'UlillOKIl, offlcevard North enltenrnu- Ih.r.or.

TillS MAY BE THE home you are call 267-7821. wife whose last known residence Plaintiff. : County. Containing :luau C...". niece n. I....;
Wanted To Buy I. 1663 Arthur Avenue .v.. houHe al I OWN..I. ) BY: AlJJjIll J. ItLIA",'
looking for. 267-4132. Eau Oath ,,, Florida. CHARLES EDWARD ZUUEHOEIt. : eight a. ',
Real Estate WantedWE Tou are hereby notified that a data ot 'the SUBJECT hro: : Mortga recordMI 4 4In ;
FOUR ROOM HOUSE with 2 bed USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto lull has been flied agalnat you In Defendant notice. Each O. H. III<. '71, Paso 2.1? In favor '"

rooms. 2672470. II Parts. AH 7-3688.t; ? the above entitled cause and thai THE 8TATK' OF FLOJUUA he In writing. < of ... M. Fortenlwrry, kV. JoJ,** .......
HAVE* cash buyers waiting of ,
you are required to file your answer TO: Charles Kdward Zugehoer, place enborry. C .H. Kortsnnerry, J. A..
SOUTH LAKE 3 bedroom fencein for lots, zoned R2 and R3. Call or other responsive' pleadlnge with No. 18 Mtrathmiire) C'lrrlit, aildrcaa of Cos I'orl.nllerry. Jnillvlilually and di,,\. .
Edward's Realty 267-3261, nites Work Wanted the Clerk of thla Court and to aervea Apartment No. 4 .Kucheater, be sworn to Ing bualneia aa Porienbrrry Knter-!: "
/ $400 down $64 monthly.. and copy thereof upon the Plaintiff or New York: agent, or hIs prlaea, anil, Carol A'in Kortenberrf
shrubs" weekends 2677821. Plaintiff Att whosa come void a minor, Maltls M."
Plenty fruit trees, roses, ornep. name You are required to serv a copy t'orl.nb..rl'1
F.H.A. qualify. 4254 Alachua TYPING OF ALL KINDS, photo and addrese I. Crofton DrawerHolland of your Answer to the Complaint for hotel) | .fa -.. Guardian. of sail, Carol: Ann f'orienuerry -., ,
6U9 Palm Avenue, Tllu- .enobla ,. .""s a miner.SlID .
or Trade stat work work, can makeup Divorce herein upon the t'lHlntlffaAttorney. _.
Ave. copy vllle, Florida not later thai A"rll O. Marian llerln. :Li;13: New nf the ,. '. No. ]loll<) I I. IU9.:". 1D9.3RKIIIT ')
_ ,
to 300 copies easily manu 23. 1964. If you fall to do so. a Decree Haven Avenue, Melbourne, Florida., CARIi : "NStlll nr WAY
NEWLY DECORATED 2 and 3 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH. Florida script typing, neat accurate, rea Pro Confeiso will b. entered and file the original, la the office of JCflTtOR. I.UU-UU: ACCESS:
'rru EII8flY it .is nice
bedroom, 1 and 2 bath homes. room, closed in patio. swimmingpool. sonable. Call 267-3751 cItes 267. agalnat you fur the relief demandedIn the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Thurman to know That pol.ola (,Jf: ..
the complaint. This suit I. to forecloae Tltusvllle, Florida, on ur before the wanted. JK4 and 135.: In SectIon 3D,
Reasonable. Low Will trade for small 6253. Al tome fur .
Large Lots. acre. a mortgage. The cell I property 27th day of April lut)4.) or a decree ye Township 13 South, Range 35
down payment. FHA. Call Con. age in Brevard County 2672650. proceeded, agalnat Is : pro confeiao will be entered l against I I'. O. Hox 542: Kasl: acrnnllna to the pint of
2671251. CARPENTER, 15 YEARS exper. Lot 4, Block BH (Section C-l 'ou. Pocoa leach Tllusvllln Fruit and Farm L.ane.
forti Realty, Realtors Mar. 4, II 18 '' ,.
( )
ience, desires to relocate in this ROWE GARDENS BUBDIVIS-! DATED March 24. 1M4. Company rlubcllvlalon, aa reeorIn.a.o
SchoolsIBM ION according to plat thereof a. (CIRCUIT COURT REAL! ) .,,1 In flat Hook :it, page 211 !,,(. -..'c
3 BEDROOM: 2 BATH central area. Arnold Dixon. Rt. 1 Box recorded In Plat Book 13, Page CURTIS R. RARNEH: Printed Pattern the PUIJII Records of llrevard o. a

heat and air. Phone 2676120. TRAINEES needed. Call 1. 67B, Plant City Fla, 00 Public Recordi of Brevard Clerk of Circuit Court I IN niK ('I (' : County S'Inrlnia
County. Florida. sty HectIc HallDeputy !NIMH' { lying withIn, 16/ led..I of. 15.urve
SACRIFICE $6,000 equity for $2500on 7835575. IN TIIK mri/.I'Y';: % MIKI WITNESS my hand] and seal of Clerk .'I.OKIItIN line of State Uoad II ,1.0111, lIectlo,.
bedroom 2 bath Florida >K IIKK\HI tl.UK- aald Court at Tltusvllla, Brevaril Mar 25 Apr. 1. .. It (IRe,).) 1994MI.K (IIII STY OK 711:4/0: : : saId IIurv.y line being dci"
3 ServicesBRICK III ,. l IN ('II >('..HY. County, Florida, this 20 day of ('U k\ ( PIty crlbeil a* fullowa; BegIn on the
room with fireplace, double car SI 0. HUM llltl 1"10' March. 1984. MI.NMU ( Kuuth: buunilary. of Hectlon a0."' '. .
porte and swimming pool. 267- UNION DIME SAVINGS BANK a CURTIS R. EARNER foot KT IIKr.\"n'' C'OtINTY, 1'own.hlp :lK I4ath. Eaoge 55 East..
BLOCK and cement work. corporation Clerk of the Circuit Court 1'1 TIlE: CUI."IU'" oILltIH.1I va. al a puliit 147U.IMIfeet Weal from
0467. Free estimates. Construetion. Plaintiff, Brevard County Florida p I.OHIII' CLARENCE the 10ulh..1 coroer thereof rua"
Yerger v.. By: Bertie Hall >n. thence North OtVU'23" Eaat 1250,56:
QUICK CASH for your house equity AM 7-5728.. JOHN N. KAL'FPMAN and BARBARA Deputy Clerk .XdTK'K Tn < K KIM: TOM TO: feet 10 the .nd of said .urveT tine

2673262. D. KAUFFMAN, COURT SEAL) IN RE: Estate of whoa thence for the purpone nf au"4.. continue
FREE BOTTLE gas installation.No Drfenilanla., Mar. 25, Apr. 1, 8, 15 (Wed.) 1964. EThEl; (IKRTRUDB: PARTELOW North Nurth: (JtUS .() .

3 BEDROOM. 2 BATH built in gas deposits. Phone 267-3075 NOTIC; OF M IT HHtUM' : Decraiied. You are tent to the North boundary, ot aiaJd,
THE STATE OK FLORIDA TIIK CIRCI'IT COI'BT, MVTHji TO ALL PERSONS IIAVINO Complaint: for Section II), at a point 1470 feet Wait
kitchen, carporte, 16 x 32 foot or 2671989.COOK'S TO: JOHN N. KAL'FFMANRaaldenc IV CLAIMH OR DEMAND: AUA1NMT fllild I agalnat tram 'b. North... corner thereor.'
lOll It I. ( IH( i ir orn. >Kii> \,
swimming pool fenced yard, Unknown IIHt.VAHII ('ell MY, r'LOHIM. MAID ESTATE: quired to serve Containing ...17 acrea, more nr le...
deep well, 12900. Terms can be WELL DRILLING Servo Malllnc Adilrraa: IX ( II tXKHl. You and each of you are hereby ewer or OWNED> BY: JOHKI'K H. YABEOKO
I Poll Offlca Box 218 notified and to file and wife ELlA: N. YAtffeJCKOftUHJKCr
ice.! licensed. insured work required any on the
guar. C' tulSiI.; tim
arranged. 2676690. anteed. 2673245. BarctloneU. rurrto Rico DANK OP MELBOURNE AND claims and demands which you, nr WAItltrfx, 4N2 :: :; ;r. : TO: OHlUTOAOK) recorded

I YOU THE HEREBY NOTIFIED TKl'hT' COMPANY a banking In either of you mar have against laid evar.l. Eau In O. K. Hoolc 4tU, page 111.In .
NEW HOMES in Forest Hills, 3 that a ault haM bpcn fund anulnat estate In the office of Honorable I (Ihe original favor of LEON: ALLUN and

and 4 bedroom, all electric sod. PAINTING you In the abova cauao and you' art stitution Plaintiff, Virgil II. Conkllng, Counly Judge of the office of wife MAURA ALLEN; ANB.AUKfCKMKNT .
I ded and landscaped 10% down required to (IK your anawer with ".. Hrevard County, at hla office In the Court nn or : FOR DEED recorded -
DECORATINGand the Clerk of thla C ounce d to HOWARD F. EIDER, sole heir ami Courthouse In Tltuavllle, FlerIl. *. April' l'.M4.' If In (J.K. Hook 6115 1 page 5(14
and low monthly payments. aerve a copy thereof upon (ha d.vl.ee un.ler. the will of GI..dy. within sic calendar montha from th. lore Ca. Pro In favor ef THO1XAH H AM HOC 1C
I Chewning Construction Company, plaintiff or Ita su 0mev.. Mahnney, E!b.r Cook Fran ..deceased and time of the first publication' of. this gtlnit you for and wIle I tt AHY HAMHUCK *f
267-67891.! Hadlow, Chamber: Atlanta, Barn- HOWARD! F. KIllER; .. executor notIce Each; claim or demand must In the ( ", TAKE NOTICB that a DecWrWallnn ;
PAPERHANGINGC. I eat National Hank DUlldlnll'. Jack'nonvltie of the eatate of Gladys Ether Cook be In writing and contain the |1,1., ,.ue DOME' ; and : of Taking. baa been fll.., 1(1(
2. FlorIda. nol later than Frana. deceased, ana JOSEPH: F. of residence and post office nJ>lreas vllle, llrevard the above-aiyleil cause by thai Pcttl-
Remember pay your Paper Boy. H. Frizzell April 27. 1964. If you fall ao to do a FRANZ, of the claimant and must .un awornto Ilk day of loners the acqulrln authorIty of
Deere Pro Confrao will be entered Defendant by the claimant, his aa nt or attorney (CUHTI : these ,r norm 110g.. ef' the taking of
1120 Johnson St. 267-3747 acalnat you for the relief demandedIn NOTICE or litH or the same. ,nh.ill, hivnld( Clerk of the abova-diiacrluecl 1 lajnd. for therpurpoae
the Complaint. Thla anti I. to THE STATE OP FLORIDA Estate of ETHEL (lEIt'1'RUDE tirevard net firth In the Petition Inthla -
FOR SALE! INCOME TAX returns, accountingand forecloae a mortgage. The real prop. TO: Howard F. Elber PAItT. LOW KHERM by: V. H. cause, via: A* rIght of way for
system service. C.F Assoc erty proceeded agalnat la, Pint Street BOle 13 l.I ce..d ) : a portion of State Head No. I.
Lot S3 of Unit! 3, (OAftlJKNDAI.E!: !: Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania By" William K. Partelow, COURT !. (l.v61.) In IlrevarU. County riorlda, ,
3LOTS160'x 105'on iates. 2670271.) SUBDIVISION, according to the TO: Howard' F. ..fclber ae Exrrutor William K. Parle low, a* Dally Warren and that the tloaorable WIlliam ilAkrldare .
Plat thereof aa recorded In Plat of the Estate of Gladys) Elber Executor: of aald. };..tat.. Atturney at I.. ace of the Judge of thev
St. Johns St. INCOME TAX and bookkeeping Hook 14, page 141. Publla Record Cook Frana, deceased Firat Publication on --- 4H'l Harbor C." Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial
service, Resident 267-3516 of Brevard County, Florida. Flrat Street Box 13 Mar. II, IS, 25 Apr. I Wed.) 1064.IX Eau: Oallle, Circuit of Florida, will' on the 2titb

250' W. of Hopkins Ave. Office 2673751. II. Burgess & Together. with all atructurea and Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania --- -- -- Mar, 11, 11, 25, ( day. ., fl In Marcki the ,Drench A.U.; H4.C'ourthouae at 4 o'clotHPM. > at

Associates. Itnprovernenta now" and hereafter on You are hereby notified. that a THE COl'HT OF Till Rockl...... Florida. coMldur *aV)<\
ZONED: INDUSTRIAL aid land and fixture attached cult hu been flIed .,.ID.t you an,1 COUNTY JUIXIK IN AND ttlHIIKKV.tHU Declaration of Taking appoint ap'pralere.

INCOME TAX returns prepared. thereto; .tao all gaa, a>eam, electric, Joseph, Fnquired In the .bove titled Xlt.XTV, rIOHID.tIn and make lucia ord.r II'
WAREHOUSING Phone 287-3183 $3.00 and up.ROOFL'lG water and other heating, cooking, CIU54 &nl that you are hereby Ce. H.IE.tala I Smoker the Coach deems proper. All penile' '
refrigerating, lighting, plumbing, to file your aiawer with the of MARION IILAKE3LEE to Ill. salt anal all partlee Interesledmap
LIBERAL BUSINESS PAINTING additions ventilating, Irrigating. and power Clerk of tIde Court and to nerve a WILL appear and be heard at llf !
lyitema. machlnea, appliance, flx- copy thereof upon the plaintiff or deeeaaed lime ant daxlgnaled.You. .
Jack J. Rosin 220-71 St. and general repairs. All work turea, and appurtenance., which plaintiff'! attorney whoee name and NOTICE' IF riMXO l-KTirillM: ....l'oach of ya.. are hereby"
I UN '..0272I guaranteed, free estimates, licensed now, are or may hereafter pertain address la: Hubacb A. Nohrr Hank 'UH FINAl, Kill IIAMUK Commanded to apiMar by filing aaAnawer
Miami, Beach of Melbourne II Trust. Company. or .:" '-1'11011 ,
and bonded. 2673411. to. or b* uaeil with tear on laid I I5AWEAPON,7D0JSI to the I'etlilon heretofore
premlaea, even though they be detached Drawer 7, Melbourne, Florida not !Notice' la hereby given that t have II5AFV.Y1 filed In thIs cauae In. the enlltlea
I or detachable. later than April 23. 1M4. filed my final return as Executor UE Court. On or before: April M 1M4. to
T.V. SERVICE CENTER 267. Togeher with the following Item If you fall to do so. decree penconfea.o of the Estate of MARION I)LA K EH-: ehow wkat right till.. Inleraet or
3883. Home service calls only of property which are located In and will be entered agalnat you LEE WILL, deceased: that I have lien you or soy of you, have la
$2.95 with this ad. All repairs permanently Installed a. a part of for the relief demanded In tbe com filed my petition for distribution 9058 SIZES 36-49 and to the abuve-.ltiwnaml bell C
the im prove menin on aid land'' plaint. and for final discharge and that on and ahow Cause why the aamaahould
NICE 3 BEDROOM guaranteed in writing for 90 HOTr-OI.VT ELECTRIC BUILT- The nature of aald cult being for April let, 11IfJ, 1 will apply II) (beIlunorabia I not IM taken for the iM-a annie 0

days. IN OVEN MODEL. 10KJ344 Foreclosure of Mortgage encumbering Virgil Is. CocklIng, PrlnleJ Pattern 11058( ; \\' )in- purpeae eel forth In ID* Petition-. -
SERIAL 31'887HOTPOINT' the following described property County Judge of Brevard County *n'. Klie 341 filed herein.
HOMES 38. lii
PAINTING expert, reliable and ELECTRIC Bl'lLT- altuated. In Brevard County, Florida. Florida, for approval of aald: Final i I 4.1. RIse 34 lr 42: 44. 41.( WITNBIW my' Hand and1 the Sealof
IN RANGE TOP MODEL lo.IttLot Return and for an order of dlitrl- < NM 4'yurdN" aald Caurl. nn Ihta >th day fl
H Hour From Cape satisfying work. Estimates glad 107RUW3SC SERIAL Mass 25. Rlcharda fruMlvlalon according button and for final dlsrhsrge .. 3.Vlnch : bolero. 1% yard. March. A P. JM4. ."
ly. AM 7-0778.) BRYANT CENTRAL, HEATINO to the plat thereof as recorded Executor of the Will of MarlonBlakeulM CV'HTia K. nKMS! .J ir .
la Plat Hook 11, P. FIFTY ClNTS in coin for
GAS FIRED MODEL WJ-anal'tfW U. Will deceased. CLERK or TOSS fIRCVIT
I CUSTOM REALTY I SINGER SEWING Machine Co., SERIAL IS MustS Public Record of Brevard County HANK OF MEL OURNE this pattern add 15 cent COl'K'IN AND: FOR

sales and service. Pinking shears WITNESS my hand and the anal. of Florida. AND TRUiT COMPANY for each pattern for it-clan mirvARo cot-NT
WITNESS hand and the seal EXECUTOR:
this Court al Tttuavllle Florida, thla my mailing t and special handling. FLURIDA.JJY .
CORNER LEE ROAD etc. sharpened. Phone AM 7- 23 of said Court at Tttuavllle.\ Florida Ur K1CHARD n. CARNET Send PaniC Hall
day of March. A. D. 1964. to 170 Ncwipaper Pal. :
& HWY 17-92 2244. (COURT fiKAUCURTIA thla M day of March IM4. Vice Preeldent and Trust "Deputy Clerk
tern Dcpt, 23] West 18th St.
R. BARNES. CI.rkfly (COURT !URAL Offl..rWILLIAM. f S B A I. >
WINTER PARK ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only Bertie Hall Deputy Clerk CURTIS K. BARNES .. A OCILICII!: New York 11, N. y, Send 60C JAMB I. RICHARDfONllollanil
Clerk of the Circuit Court All erney. for Estate gifa hablte to for our Snrinr-Summer I'at DulI'lInSTaliahauise.
Mar. 28 Apr. 1, 5. IS (Wed) 1M4. Apply lh. ggme
phone 644-0021 BY) V. .. tTpengler P. O. Bo* 111 Florida,
25c earn at the Star-Mvocaoe t Urn Catalog. lineludeaj.
ore as do to gunpowder coupon .
Deputy Clerk Melbourne, Florida you Of C unset for the pnltloner.Ma
Office. Remember pay your Paper Boy Mar. 25, Apr. 1, I. 15 (W....) 1M4. Mar. 4. 11. 1*, 25 Wed.) 1M4. jroorf for One Free Pattern. II II. 2ft Apr- 1 (IW.d.< ) IBM.


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PAYMENT beautiful f $15,000 TO $19,000


A Community Of Fine I Homes I In Titusville $4750 to $ 830 Home restricted to 1800 Iq. ft. minimum. .

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

3200 Garden St.. Tituaville

THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY. ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 287-3222 or 2672531W.dn..r.y j


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TittMvllU W. ';!'.,. 1-8 (PloricU) Stir Adv.utt. -- -,

Warner Seeks ?; ,1 ::iiITats?! ? IIII I l The Smart Place To Gone For Good Things To Eat For Your ,
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Seal On CountyCommission Elil SAVE Nt1c

Roy Warner, Insurance man,
has filed as a candidate on the
Democratic ticket for a seat on I
the County Commission from the
5th District. 1 ) 3t !J III
Warner was a candidate for

County and was Commissioner nosed out for the In nomination 1960 ii ,III'' SgSis! ,,! ,; W-D Brand Naturally Tender
by the Incumbent by a I'riotaih:' 1 iiuiiaiiiiiiiiiiiaiii: :: : l:: : t'niiiiiiiriiii6iiiiliiiuL? :! ; :
few hundred votts: in the more 'I
than 10,000 cast BEEF
In announcing his candidacy MARCH 28TH r ,B .
'Warner pointed out that four ., .
years ago he called to the atten OOIY.IONt" a. eL
tion of the voters of Brevard i %
I v
County, the spindle bridges, +
narrow and pitted roads. lie PKGGRAilE 91
Roast. 48x
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also pointed: out the failure to \ .
k r
four lane AlA south of Patrick A QUICK' FROZN TURKEY
Air Force Base would lead to iv a
'many accidents DrumsTicKs LB. 3 3; + ROUND BONE SHOULDER

Warner feels that while some 100 1X1RA STAMPS PLUMROSE CANAD STYLE ? :""" Roast. LB 58x f
.(of his recommendations were .
Bacon 3 CANS2":
carried out, much more can be "
; tdone. ;",'

.j children: Warner and is married lives In, has Satellite five aJ91 Small Gov't Insp with choice Center Slices Included Roast LB 581Sausage

,.? .Bcach He saw active service .
.: )Jin France during the war, en- Smoked HAMS
ilisting us a l Pi rI I vtite and rising LB. 39 BEEF SHORT
-ito Captun in tha U S. Army *it J
.- He has been in business in Bre CHOPPED SHAPED, CUBED 4 Ribs' LB 38x
ward: County since 1937: ;
Steaks SpANK
lie served us president 'of the 3 B 1g Butt Half ;j HALF
lEau Odllie Kiwanis Club in : ", REG. 491 FRESH LEAN
1060, Director of the Eau Came SAVE e. EA ASTOR BARTLETT ;
4 !
(Chamber(President of of Commerce the Independent in 1960, Pears..4 -s$1. LB. 45 ; i LB Gr. Beef. LB- 39;

,Insurance Agents of South Bre SAVE I0, THRIFTY AMIDCatsup '

yard;jthe South in 1963 Brevard and president: Beaches of 2001'19"1'1": ''"" --._' .' t.t '!i1"'"". 'a-:! ::- ._- ..'

(Chamber of Commerce in 1963.
Precedent was broken when he
v&s elected for a 2nd term, 2J JAA"11'9 i
Jn 1064 lie is presently a memo FROZEN FOOD
:ber of the Satellite Beach Lions SAVE 3,lEACH KLEENEX 1 (,
Club Tissue 3fDUNT49? r s"


CommemorativePostage I 4Ks1.SAVE w + ", P. Famllv 3 9
Stamp TOMA1p S pesMtRr les Size, '
A cent postage stamp la 1 LIBBY'FRESH, FROZEN FLORIDA ORANGE
honor of the outstanding Naturalist Rice 3 PKG.: 39; STANDARD 1 LAND 0' SUNSHINE 6.az
John Muir, will be first placedon 1 Juice 4 Cans 99;
sale at Martinez Cal! on April i Ii' TOMATOES PURE BUTTER

Muir was born in 1838 at Dun SO Extra Top Value Stamps. = Save .S'/a ,. 303 cad) LB.
,bar Scotland Ho moved with his H 2 $179WITH
family: to Wisconsin at an early P'IYW c.... MINUTIr M..ID ,.o.... 1 .' '
.age and later attended the University La 3 9 MORTON BREADDough
of Wisconsin. lie spent Orange Delight 9 ,/ 0' ,
most of his adult life In Californiaand GOOD TNNr MUCH a.T" 3 Lao f 59<
a large part of) his fame AT ANY WINN.DIXII i Pk :
rests on his successful crusade to 6i ,,1':} limit 3 with $S, order or mart ; Limit ont with $J. ord" or mar* '
; 1 1Ii
save California's giant redwoods. -
He died In '1914 ." \ -. < '. 'M.1lr'JV imm3 rmimm Fi C.-I .' f'dU :t'i1J": ..

The Muir stamp, designed by .
Rudolph Wendclm, will measure 50 its Top Value SlamDi : .. .
'0,81 by 1.41 inches, arranged vert: WITH AND PURCI-IASi OF SAVE 30* CABOT BRIQUETTESCharcoal 1 -
ically It will be printed on the Two .o. r.OilN' ILL"U"Y' -<
; .
Ciorl presses in brown and green, Chicken Slicks LB .. '.: .

issued itial printing in panes of of 125 50,million with an in GOOD TN.u MAIICH "T1 20 BAG 79; ''i t.1 .... ,, /

Collectors first t '
desiring day 41 '
cancellations may send'addressed !! SAVE lOt. DEEP i ..r .; "
"envelopes, together: with remittance SOll1i.

to cover the cost of stamps I'm, ..........- -' '. :0- A. ..,.._..
to be affixed, to the Postmaster Mayonn39..g ( .... < ,
Martinez California 94553, A 50 Extra Top Value Stamps
close.fitting enclosure of postal WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHAS6Of ?
card thickness should be placedin . .
Tw. Pte. "'0" T. le nl tlet SAVE 10t KRAFT 0
each envelope and the flap Fish Steaks '
.cither turned in or sealed The 1u \ "

I .envelope to the Postmaster ATANY 0000 WINN MA.OM. 7xll Mayonnaise QT' 49":I /.J
should be endorsed "First Day dl
.Covers Sc Muir Stamp." Orders !!

lor quoits covers for must uncanceled not include stamps re- SAVE 5t THRIFTY MAID 3sv ALASKA OR LARGE r Pol B E A S

I Cover requests must be postmarked Ii; e I
not later than April 29, 50 Extra 303 $, -
Top Value Stamps, Swt Pea 2 2 5 -
1964! said Postmaster Herman E. Wattwood.Tjtusvillc It will be. WITH THIS I COUPON AND PURCHASE Of Ii 5 Cans <
ONe PaP o1

April available 30th.at the local Post Office I Chicken oTfuVkVyPios i SAVE 5g DIXIE DARLING BROWN & SERVETwin 2 LDS 2 911'.i
;jz d4 Rolls0. 1 01

THEM 50: Extra Value I '':,- 2 9ioNs .J
t Top Slam Oranges Bogs ,
ABOUT a4 e.. too or Ms ::=: Towels. 2 Pkg. 591 ,

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He.shay Bars ;t:1'; : } ;
\11 ELCOME I i t. :,"" lr;c1I<. .i arr-A'JI.b.1.! '

If wu biow' tf I hmlly!.. toi. I 1 1 wrfv
juit arrived!la your eommiMrtr.64 Ii / 1 i f ;
sun to tau tht'' about WOceniWigoN. 1
.They will b.delighted\ with '
the basket el gilts 1ft.'MprulInfomntion I 1h''ilJI' ,
t lacy wlU rt./lM Inn' 50 Extra Top Value Stamps :
our hoittu,, a wiM *f tilt oommunityt WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .. .?,,,, ..
/. tidltlonU .hf., ..Utjr.' Or ONe a.u .. t.ACu., GOOD I. / I 1 1 /
you slay ullti'L'elco : Fig Bars t htli s
a \ '' rlll L I( *
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w IlrUCOM.IIWCOMU.1 Uw this awN It M M k..*r...It,I I r t',,. EVAP. MILK COFFEE COFFEE

aadlGWM./ I 50 Extra CJN Value PURCHASE! Save 6{ 2 Roll Pkg. Save 3<< .Tall Can Save 20* Giant BoxSave 24< 1-Lb. Can Save 20 T.Lb' Can ,

c.n... //lej......--wifaMw-. wry.NnNrr .1.1c I ,. WITH THIS O ANt AND Tu.t 1 1 ./
1 awN all ::sisals.ae It.baa. I ::ti'' ( e Toothpaste 19" 1 039 ,/' 59C9, "?
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SUr-Advocite. I AT ANY WINN.DIXII / t
nil....M<*M trt wag to din*** i Iaqt. 67 Limit :2 with $95. ordt' or more 'limit'! |10 with ,JS. Ofdi.or mart ; Limit't with $3, order or men YOUR CHOICE Limit I with. $5. order of more.I .
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Sta W"Ad Y oca te Bellwood

,,;' :. The Vole of 25.000 North Brrvard County R stdnU t tnld

'- Dies In Cocoa
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Vinous Ci Cli 'stnut, 63.,ear-
Police Chief Brown Orders All Out" War risKknt of Er II wood, passed ,

+ ::tii.f.f ": awry in Cocoa Hospital Sunday j
,.' i' March 22, following a short 4
..'T "-
i illness J
'f- Traffic 'Traclrcfoiwf "Sef A maintenance employee of
Florida Power and Light Company -
: no was' born In Somerent,

,:{\, Kentucky, Sept! 29, 1899 He
,.) Titusville Police Chief W. Town This UK lucks drag: racing, tin rapidlin the past few( wnk It linen: ( a ticket and, will have to came to Dn vard County frwrn
(',- dated today that he was ironii start, ixd.ng> ; rerkUssInvinu has! al ho been (found that most t of I lost t iin appearance bend Kentucky Ucnly years ago
instructing the entire force to ( intoxication, and possession these \lola tDrs are voun.: lri\u", This I bum) is not a fine but the
Ire is survived by his wife!,
'track down" on all traffic violators "ii ikoholu I \eragcs Usually the din i u'" \tn/ a i I 1"1" i Mill rucivins the ticket must i iap
Uarbaia, of Billwood\
: one
r PUBLIf1Jl in the city. lie especially Tilt'"e violators haH always {oturn <' warning;.: lint) at ol n">v> II"I, II'i n i u'or in municipal court and .
Y b daughter, Mr Dorothy Moham-
6, t' stressed that the local "hot rol In the !past but It seems logs will he given Anxon/ I ''I i hi l1IiI i\ Hun h<' find or given: a jail .
ding was going to be stopped as Hi,iiikh: they have increased! breaking l a traffic law will I h,' sriitime if tiny lire foun.I guilty, mod, Detroit, Michigan; a brother
Sam Chestnut, Whitdker
{ ;JIJPl.I California

Funeral services are being
Dickinson Names Chairmen held at 2:00: p,m, today (Wed) at
Smith Chapel with Dr W S.
Hurdin, pastor of the First Baptist
FLf & Senator Fred Bud Dickinson, North Hn'vard YWC; director first National lank( in Eau Gillie I tuna FUaih, first vice president Churrh cf Titusville, officiating .
candidate for governor; announced Comnittit of 100; chairman, Palm (Ray (teikral Hank and\ of the Chamber of Com Interment will be held at
; He Intlhl ntu' Hc.uh 11,ink. Mi-
from his state headquartersin Youth C imp Committee nuict and a member of this Oaklawn Ccrnetiry. Smith Fun I
West Palm Beach, his cant nnd his wife, Connie, are the wife nnd three children au Capr Canaveral Hospital Ikurd) era! Home is In charge of ar 1 1ra

., .. ., paign in Brevaid County Is parents of four i hi Idem, numbers of) the Methodist lit und, his wile, Marion, have ngements.
fully organized and already at Diikirnons urea chairman in Churih live I In Ilrevaul County for 15
work Area chairmen have Melbourne is James E. Holmes, EJ DiNikt! rtaltor, is DH'(union years.Dickinson's,
\111':1:I Hotels, Active in the Kl(t.
been appointed throughout the a airs chuirinnn for CIHOJ inCouii
and of Holmes: headquarters .
ew ncr manager wanis Club, YMCA( and Chamb
county with headquarters open-. Inc real estate a-d:: Insurance Beach, with Robert clcOive) roihjirmin are located,\: ut 103 Harrl ,'r of Commerce, Nino has
ed in Titusvillu, Cocoa and Melbourne
far company lie is a past officer : IHISike is pastpl'cNllrnt son St. Arid i halt-man Is Tony served hit community in many
in the Aimikan Legion, Elks, of the north central Nmos' former mayor of Cocoa, capacities for several years, .
Dickinson said he was very Red truss( and Little league Ricvani' und Capo ('univtnlItoaid who. was very instrumental in All headquarters' are fully
pleased with the strong supporthe llulmcs' is the president of the of ReAltors rind past t ill' Mttmx: the Houston! Colt bust'bull staffed and! opened five dayf a
had dived and considered board of governors: of the lire iedor ol the Klwunis ( "' ', tin in located in the aria He wrik Tho public ii cordially
Bievard County one of the key vard hospital and was appointed is chairman of the plan\ i nlzoniiiK i Ind his wife, Georgia| own and invited to drop In and visit wjri 1 1tsem
counties in his campaign; by the Florida Development Hoard tor tin < sty t of opel ute the Stniinolo and Bre -+
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Commission to the state advisoiy -
f Raymond C. Winstead, Jr. '
eu'ineil Members of the '
... area chairman in Titusville, has I!
n..I. -- Episcopal Church, he and hit ;

WALKING ON AIR One of the per- during a trampoline act,. The three opened at 420 Washington Dickinson headquarters Ave Win wife,. Linda Louise I have two'

formers in the Koehler "Sportcade", Koehlers performed twice on three days- stead is vice president and childien' Dickinson! headquart-
I which performed at Pirtle Plaza last week usually to a packed house Pirtle Plaza secretary of Bryan, Conway and ers are located at 125 New lit Gajler l1S
appears to be walking on air upside down Merchants sponsored the flee show. Winstead, Inc. real estate and Haven Avenue Melbourne' y

insurance firm. Active in community fancy C, I'm Jr., attorneyand For You 4v

I Southern Bell Pays Stale Tax T Bill Of $$2,306,619.55 vice president and civic of clubs the Rotary he is In Eau city Gallic, judge, with Is ami Pat' chairman Kelly as 'O Just Bring Your Parents Pa. Our ;

Club: president of the board of chairman, I'oe is a Mason. GRAND OPENING I '
Southern Bell Telephone and cent that 10 ments to the Federal Govern "
over paid years ago!
trustees of the First PresbyterIan active In the Lions and Elks March
Anytime during the week of 23.27 and we hIVe for you, .
Telegraph Company Friday paid when the made
company Church; director of the Clubs and the attorney for the
S2,306,619,5 in taxes to the Stateof 707,U payment for 1954 Duringthis -- r A FREE EASTER BASKET WITH CANDY EGGS
Florida, This tax payment Tides
which is the largest the company 10 year period, Southern Bell High Low First Federal Savings & Loan Association
has paid to the State of FloridaIn
has ever paid to the state, was KELLER MUSIC COMPANYOn r INDIAN RIVER BRANCH
utility taxes, $16,186304
presented by John Partin, Special Thursday, March 26
Representative for Southern Belt, The check presented to the Melbourne Causeway Indialantlc
.7:3J_ a m 1 1:23: a mY
to Governor Farris Bryant andJ state Is part of a $15,848,000 tax
Ed Straughn, Director of the bill paid by Southern Bell to the ,37 p.m, 1 1:4: p,m, PIANOS & HAMMOND ORGANSNEW f*

State' Revenue Commission, State of Florida, its municipal Friday, March 27 USED .TrMweiyjfj d
This tax payment of over two ities and counties for the year of TITUSVILLE CALL MRS. MORLEY AM 7,1381 Aftor 7 P.M.
and one quarter million dollars, 1963, 'exclusive of income, soc 8:13 a.m, 2:07: a,m, INDIALANTIC CALL: MRS. HAMACHER PA 11340 PLEASE CLIP .& BRING THIS COUPON WITH YOU !
Increase of 221 ial security and tax 839 227: L- .
represent an pm
per pay pm -- -1
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Byrd Plaza Center has been chosen of the wise of Central Brevard their first
: Shopping by overwhelming majority: thrifty shoppers as preference. .

Tho first results of the Cocoa High School Distributive Education Club's Shopping Survey, show conclusively I why these shoppers chose Byrd Plaza. The revealing '

answers are obvious SERVICE SELECTION QUALITY and PARKING. *

We are humbly proud of this distinction, and hope to merit the continued confidence of these many loyal friends and customers.





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2.C C TitusvllleFlorida( ) Stir. Advocate Wednesday, Much 25, 1964 -
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I H: : Editorials f1T'i? II s tm 'Civil RighlsLegislation

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Scientist Gap Closing Civil Rights Debate I It Former By.Ti Internal Coleman Revenue Andrews Com, .

The most Insidious piece
Ever since Sputnik a cloud of concern has persistedin The Civil Rights debate Roes on, and on, and on. 4 legislation In the history of our of f

the U.S. that our nation was facing a serious shortage Its fate, like its tenure, is still unknown but th| country Is now being railroaded

of scientists and engineers. But recently a number of chances of passage of HR 7132 by the Senate are becoml through Congress Its passage

authorities have become aware that the "scientist gap" ing slimmer each day the debate continues t would destroy our rights to go\
ern our own lives.If .
between Russia and the U. S. is not as wide, or as serious, Numerous constitutional questions, which have ariserf you have been led to believe

as first feared. the Civil Rights bill was designedto !
over various sections of the bill, have provided an un-
give "justice" to minority!
Some, Including Chairman Glenn T. Seaborg of the limited source of ammunition for debate that could last groups, you have been sold a bill>

Atomic Energy Commission, now state that the anticipated indefinitely. '... of goods

Few Americans, especially busInessmen .
scientist shortage has been "exaggerated" Figures
Civil rights are not the main topic of objections? realize that this vie.
from the latest major study undertaken by the Bureauof
debate-wise. Federal control and unlimited executive a loui measure! would convert this
Labor Statistics, major source of government Information 5 PQ Into state
powers to the extent of unconstitutionality are the sore EMS nation a police under
in this field, support this view. the direction and control or a
pots in this proposed legislation and are being soundly central
powerful government Its
The Bureau' study of projected demands for techni- and thoroughly expounded. effects Would adversely! affect
cal manpower indicates Dn Increase in requirements for Individual liberties, which would be jeopardizedand j gFICn'g > everyone! black and white aliki

sacrificed through the passage of the Civil Rightsbill The bill has been hailed<< m
scientists and engineers through the present decade of glowing terms by the President
are attributed by many as the main objection to its
nearly 800,000. That would be an increase of 69 per cent and has been passed In HIP

over the number in 1950. The projected net supply of passage, i House. It Is now before the<< Senate

new persons entering science and engineering will num- Liberties are rights and any legislation aimed at cur. yN RDP, Senate. By will its action determine on this the bill fate the of

ber about 764,000 over the 1960-70 period. These figuresare tailing or violating them has and always will run the Constitution and the freedomIt !

based on careful estimates by government officials into strong opposition from those who treasure these guarantees.

and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and de highly. Its evils are not concentratedIn
nor are they confined to, the
velopment. Proponents of the bill contend that its passage is imperative much discussed and highly publicized

Certainly, these figures reflect a shortage of techni- 'to quell racial strife. Our racial demonstrationsare "public: accommodations"section

cal manpower, but a shortage that does not appear to be disturbing but, in the case at hand, are by far the vicious though that sec.

critical by means Lion is. It becomes more and
any lesser of the two evils.
more evident that "Public Ac.

Since Sputnik sent a shock wave through our scien- Only a small minority of our citizenry are active in commodations" Is a red herring!

tific and industrial community, industry and private and these demonstrations, while should IIR 7152 become the that has been used to divert pub,
lie attention from the basic evil
public education have concentrated more and more on law the rights of every citizen of every race would be that runs through all of it like a

steps to encourage talented youngsters to enter the fieldsof seriously infringed upon and would prove of far greater fine electrical: control wire, readyto

science and engineering. According to a survey con- consequence than the present deplorable conditions.We be charged whenever the Attorney .

ducted by Science Service, a non-profit agency devotedto General chooses: to throw

the advancement of science, more youngsters today are are an advocate of Civil Rights, yes but not fT s A ar.. the switch.
: Like all such schemes this Soclallst -
of unlimited Federal control over our daily lives, both
becoming interested in science at earlier ages than here- Omnibus Bill misnamed

tofore, and they are being influenced, increasingly, by personal and business. We Will Bury You the Civil Rights Bull is sponsoredand

sources outside the home and school.In pushed under the guise of

industrial firms At Florida's Famous Silver SpringsMiniature do-goodism. The phrases, "guar
a significant corollary, more are "For God And Country"Fortyfive anteeing rights for minorities

offering incentives to youngsters in science and engineering and "ending discrimination" cover .

: General Dynamics, Standard Oil of California, Mont- Its real aim, the subjugationof
years ago in Paris, France, World War I 185 million Americans: to en
gomery Ward and General Electric, among others, spon- Land'A
servicemen created the American Legion at a historic 'Holy all-powerful centralized Wash-
sor regional school Science Fairs, Bausch & Lomb of-
caucus, known as the Paris Caucus. ington bureaucracy.
fers scholarships to the University of Rochester. West- If Congress passes the Civil

inghouse sponsors an annual "Science Talent Search" The idea of an organization of War Veterans dedicate trip through Paul CunnIng- .A Rights Bill, the United States

that enables outstanding students to further their techni- ed to peacetime civilian service to God and Country leaped ham's Prince of Peace Memorialat r iM' t Attorney General will thereby be

cal education at accredited universities. across the Atlantic to grow into a dynamic force Florida's Silver Springs is made a dictator with practically.
unlimited Ills "inspectera"
like a pilgrimage through the powers.
for the and of the AmericarT
preservation perpetuation
will swarm, snooping and
Honeywell, world's largest manufacturer of automatic Holy Land in miniature.
idea. prying, over the countryside -
controls, has established an "Engineer for a Day" pro- Thousands of visitors each:
if Judictator Warren and his
At second held in St. Louis Mo. May 8.! as
a caucus on are inspired by the expertly -
schools. Students escorted year
gram among Minneapolis are n'yIIAN presumptuous usurpations were
10, 1919, the Legion's constitution and by-laws and trjg carved, three dimensionalscenes
not enough
through Honeywell's highly sophisticated !
Preamble of the Constitution ; from,the life of Chrjut *
receive instruction from the company's engineers and wereidopted. j. that have been! so reverently! executed 4 ,.. Mt This proposed legislation goes
far the wildest of
scientists. In addition, the firm's electronic data pro- What is the American Legion? That question can by the artist-sculpter. a the beyond Socialist-LIberals. It hopes impairs

cessing division in Boston conducts courses on computer best be answered by the preamble to the Constitution of Paul Cunningham has spent the right of homeowners to be the

fundamentals in several high schools, the American Legion which: is part of the regular opening more than thirty years fashioning sole judges as to whom they will
the thirteen scenes that so rent lease sell their homes,
of its meetings in than 16,000 community or
Honeywell's latest efforts to encourange youngstersto mire Post i eloquently tell) the story of the it Impairs the right of employersto
throughout the nation and overseas.
follow careers in science and engineering is its spon- Savior. hire or discharge as they! see
"For God and Country, we associate ourselves together A self-taught artist, he has, fit; it impairs the seniority rightsof
sorship of the ABC-TV series, "Science All Stars". The
for the following purpose: however, worked under the employees union and nonunion,
program honors award-winners and the projects they noted sculpture Gutzon Borglumon alike; and it impairs the right of
developed for school Science Fairs all over the U. S. On "To uphold and defend the Constitution of the United the Mt. Rushmore Memorialin banks and other institutions to

the program the students, from 11 to 18 years of age, meet States of America. the Black Hills, S,D., and make loans and extend credit in
other famous artists. Paul Cunningham touches the figures -, accordance with their best judg
distinguished leaders in science, government and Indus- "To maintain law and order. Artist-Sculpture up
in Crucifixion scene from his Prince of Peace ment.
try. "To foster and perpetuate a one hundred percent He has been a designer of ex: hand
.:Memorial nt Florida's Silver Springs. This bill can affect nearly
Americanism. hibits in many world fairs and caned, three-dimensional; scenes that tell the story of every individual in the United
Leading figures from the world of science that
agree "To preserve the memories and incidents of our expositions. However, it ha* the life of Christ make up this beautiful l religious work. States, insurance agents, real-
these programs sponsored by private industry will con- been In his story of the New .
Associations in the great Wars. ton t editors, broadcasters, merchants
tinue to off in terms of helping the nation to meet Testament that he has createdhis also ,
pay The figure of Christ stands in Cunningham, who la / manufacturers, bankers
"To inculcate a sense of individual obligation to the
the growing demands of government and industry for greatest work. the background in an attitude of famous for his religious paint. farmers.* homowners, teachers,
skilled technical manpower.They Community, State and Nation. Each scene Is a work of art. supplication. In the extreme ings on velvet, says there will recipients! of veterans pensions,

"To combat the autocracy of both the classes and Each is a masterful portrayalof background stands the Cross of be more scenes to be added to civil: service workers, receiversof
supplement the efforts of our educational com- the masses. the momentous! events that Crucifixion on the hill of Gol his Memorial. He plans next, social security, and parents ofchildren4

munity and of the government agencies attempting to insure marked the brief and stirring gotha. his most ambitious scene, The attending school, even

against any re-occurence of a science manpower "To make the right the Master of Might. career of the Son of God. The scene is beautiful in it's Miracle of Healing. school boards, themselves It
By entering the series of would outlaw "discrimination"yet ,
gap "To promote peace and good will on earth. execution and extreme attentionto Paul Cunningham and his exacting
small chapels, each containing it doesn even define the
"To safeguard and transmit to posterity the princi- 'one or more of the colorful the smallest detail. A tree work have been describedin word.If .
of freedom and at the side of the s,cne contains glowing terms by no less an
pals justice
Time democracy. scenes, the visitor is treated to you find this difficult to be
Spring Cleaning "To consecrate and sanctify our comradeship by our a revelation of religious art. more than fitly thousand delicately authority than Clifford Morrow, lievc, your doubts are under
noted archeologist at Carnegie
devotion of mutual helpfulness." Cunningham has made the fashioned! leaves of shim ttandable. It seems impossiblethat
Museum in He told
Spring, which officially arrived March 20, heralds a By setting its sights upon such lofty principles, the characters in his dioramas live brass. Beautifully formed lilies the artist: the far-reaching effect of this
outside the cavernous
with his great skill and his fine grow legislation could have been sue
welcome season and prompts various clean-up campaigns American Legion has grown into the world's largest attention to detail His colors tomb from which a huge circular "The scenes you have here cessfully kept from the public:

throughout the country. Veterans Organization and has earned the esteem of the are subdued and in keeping stone has been rolled aside. represent the most determined but it has, and time Is short

Nation. with the austerity of the occas The lifelike scenes of the effort ever made by an individual This evil plot must be defeated.
These improvement projects, whether in the home, ion. Each scene is delicatelydone Prince of Peace Memorial are to illustrate the life of Once control of all American life
On its 45th salute
recent Titusville
yard, vacant lot, or what have you. require efforts, of anniversary, we and always commanding!: particularly popular at Christ Christ is centered In Washington, the
Post No. 1 and and the than three
course, but these are minimized by the pride enjoyed Auxiliary more millionmen the viewers attention is the reverent mas and Easter. However, This is one man's tribute to autonomy and sovereignty of our

when the job is completed and women of the American Legion and the Legion figure of Christ as he thousands of visitors express a dedicated artist who Is devoting SO United States will be swept

PRIDE, Inc, and various-clubs and circles have a Auxiliary in their continued endeavors to God and Country reacts to the various history their admiration for the inspiring his life to an eloquent portrayalof away of
making events of His Life. exhibit all\ through the the "Greatest Story Ever The President, as the House
splendid beautification program underway on local civic Beginning with the Nativity in year. Told. Representatives, has deserted us.

projects in our area from which we will all benefit and the small stable in Bcthclem, the The Senate, therefore, Is our

derive a great source of pride.A Give Them ProtectionAnother viewer follows Christ's ministry last hope If its members cower
Letters To The EditorGood before the winds of hysteria! we
concerted effort on the part of all the citizens of with his devoted disciples; he will have had it. For the President

Titusville would prove invaluable appearance-wise tour visits the scenes of the Miracle\ Impatiently awaits the: op-
city incident of the shooting down of one of our of the Fishes, the Miracle at Editorial Remembers Grey portunity to put his signature to

unarmed trainers, with three men aboard, occurred recently Cana and the important Ser Editor: Editor: the warrant that will consign us,
Ill-kept vacant lots and distract from I read the article In Wednesdays'
sorely the Mount.
eyesores mon on grandchildren
in East Germany.The Your forthright editorial of) our children and our
the appearance of a community and we have our fair He is present at the Last Sup Feb 28th. 1964, entitled "In- paper In regard to Dum- to generations-long political,
Russians have this time refused
share of these jeopardizing not only its beauty, but our request to per where Christ reveals to his vation of Rights", concerning mitt Grove. When I was a social and economic bondage.
visit the where the crashed and held for child I heard father
property vAlues as well. site plane sever- disciples that "One of you which Robert G. (Bobby) Baker, for my speak If you want to continue governing
al days the three fliers, one of whom was injured, on I eateth with me shall betray Me" mer United States Senate Democratic many times of it. One of the your own life, write your senators

Let's all, who own vacant lots and rental property, charges of espionage. "- The viewer is also present secretary, was well worded late owners of the Grove lived both of them, and tell them

show an interest and pride In the appearance of Titusville when Christ struggles with the and worthy of the commendationof here in Lake Worth and is a so. Tell them you oppose this
Strong demands were issued by the State Department fair.minded good friend of mine. She is the bill tell them why. Do it now.
x and help these civic clubs dress her up in a dynamic new burden of the cross and is helped every American ;
for the return of these airmen, but they went citizen wife of Jim Murphy whom
Spring look from 'tip to toe'. She's our town, you know! in his extremity by the pow
unheeded for several days.It erful Simon of Cyrene Bobby Baker Is unfair in his many of the old timers will re
hve become slightly
some of us
t 1 would appear some fighter plane protection should, And then the Crucifixion. attitude towards the Senate Rules memberMrs confused.
BIRTHDAY Committee J. C. Giles
refusing to
be provided in the area of the East-West boundary zone .* Golgotha, bleak and lonely Hill cooperate You see, the Administration
with it in the investigation Lake Worth
)j Thursday March 2( Nora Blair or the arming of all aircraft where the fliers could at" of the Skull, place of the Crucifixion of his activities while he was apparently advise us to be patriotic and
and scene of Man's everlasting tells
Frank ;ronns. Friday, March 27 least protect themselves in an effort to end this sense* accumulating $2000,000 Spend It. Washington also
shame. Titusville, Florida, be Patriotic, buy Govern-
less and at the same time in the employment us
loss of
Mrs J. C. RogersWayne men and planes.A .
W. ABumpus Probably the most beautifuland it
Mrs. of Senate Democrats, a March 20, 1964 ment bonds and to Save
: Frye, Mrs Frank Clark decision following either of the above courses reassuring event portrayed part of that august\ body, the U.S. Tax "Reduction" We arc all\ going to be Patriotic

Mrs. J. Ludlngton, Barbara Valicentl should be announced In advance to the Russians I is the scene of Christ's ultimate Congress: whose duty it Is to make Editor: of course, but we can't quite

Mrs. J. G. Battle j Jim Ludington but let's stop making "sitting ducks" of our airmen, who triumph, The Resurrection.! Here the laws of the United States, one We are all feeling real happy figure how to both Spend it and
Billy JohriMarsha i y' Albert Howe the viewer witnesses the dramatic of the greatest! countries in the about the big Federal! Tax Re-' Save it while the increased
June,. Stroud Mrs L T. ConstableBob mistakeply cross the border, for the Red pilots to shoo{ : moment Mary Magdalene discovers world. duction. Now that we will County and City Taxes Grab it.

Greco Danny Gibson down at their whim. the empty sepulchre. O. E. Davis soon have all this extra money. Irving; A. Holder'I"

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StudentsProc ''D'S/utI'" .
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lions of higher learning next
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in need of assistance, who CUANTITY
have been legal residents of COCOA RIGHTS
Florida for the past three years. RESERVED
Application forms will be available .

school Under after principals.a April formula 1 from based high on FLA. or GA. GRADE "A" WHOLEFRYERS

enrollment and scale of tuition
fees of each qualified institution,
Brcvard Junior College has been
allotcd $13753 the same
amount as Florida A, and M\ I
and the University of Orlando.
SHIPBOARD TRAINING Naval! Reservists Matthew A. Birdsall, SR, Melbourne; This total is surpassed only by JhJ
of Electronics Division' 8-11, Mel. Howard M. Eroadhead,SR, Indian Harbor the $43000 to the University of
I bourne, get instructions from En p's Crew Beach; William R. Davis, SR, Titusville Florida $38.000 to Florida State I '
Instructor on their firSt .weekehd aboard and Paul D Kingery. YN2, Palm Bay. and the University of Miami, N .' i
ship. Listening attentively.from left: $22.500 to Miami-Dade Junior .
College and $20,250' to Unlver '
Back From City of) South Florida and St. ,
Trip J
Naval Reserve Unit Completes Petersburg: Junior College. .
I Mr and !Mrs' E. M. Parker returned -- Maximum amount which any
last week from a business single student may borrow is LB.u. 2 5
Weekend Of Shipboard TrainingNaval trip to Amerlcus, CaIgco N. 1000. .

Reserve Electronics During the return to port In HERE FROM MICHIGAN ? ly
and Bob Allgeo Mrs Blancn
Division 6-U of Melbourne com; mid-afternoon, Chief W F. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hellemryer
Glen Crow, Susie
in Own.
pitted their first weekend ot Dreyer Instructed the men of TitusUlle have as their guests
Itr.ady by, Pam and Penny Allgeo, Jeff
practical shipboard training underway securing\ the ship and making Mr. and Mrs Albert Gunther of
on board the U.S.S. for use by another Naval and Cheryl Suter, Mr and Mrs. Utica, Michigan They plan to
Beaufort (PCS 1387)) out of St. Reserve unit on the followingweekend Wm. Mullins and of course the visit for two months sightseeing,
Petersburg.The Den Dads, Bill Ownby and Harry fishing and visiting other friends-
Commander Solon and Lt. Suter. in Florida.
Division, established In
Cmdr. R. Duckworth of the ---
Melbourne last October and

ment now approaching departed from full Melbourne comple der Naval Staff Reserve in Orlando Group ,Comrnan rotated. S. GOVT. GRADED "GOOD" BEEF! Lb. C
(hip-handling duties.
early Saturday morning in a bus .
The' local Naval Reserve Representative
furnished by Patrick Air Force
Base. They arrived aboard Is Chief Baldwin, :, SIRLOINROUND I
ship in lime to prepare their Phone 207.6822.Cubs "
noonday meal prior to commencing S TEA KJ4CHUCK.
afternoon exercise. Of Pack 312
Commander Leslie W. Bolon, Hold 'Treasure Hunt'"Find
local Representative for Naval '
Reserve Recruiting served as the 7 Palm Trees and CRYSTALIZED
Commanding Officer of the ship start from there!" That's how the
and Lt. Cmdr. R. A. Reddy, Cubs of Mrs. Bill Owmby's DenS ENERGYOF tQ
Commanding Officer of the !rul@vya r
and Mrs. Harry Suter' Den :3 I c
Electronics Division as the of Pack: 312 started on a "Treas-
Cruise Training Officer The ure Hunt" last Sunday afternoon gpr'
Division Petty Officers under What\ excittmentH{ "An old log to I rt ROAST..J1"SUGAR
Chief K. E. Baldwin instructedthe SUNSHINE g
cross over water sand hills! to
men In the various phases of II
climb look for a cluster of } j
penmanship and watch standing, Palms and Driftwood, just follow I
both in port and underway.The the Map" and that's what the I CURED SMOKED
first days training was boys did helter< devoted to hip familiarization all had fun digging the 2 "Treas.ure :(fJ FOR WOMEN ONLY / '
station/ keeping docking undocking Chests" up and enjoying the PICNICS 29c. 33c
and man-ovei-board cokes and frozen candy bars I WHOLE
drills During their drills the found In them. D .
new recruits had the opportunity Alter the exciting Treasure [gg.g[ "Lean 'N Fresh"GROUND
to act as helmsmen, serve as Hunt fire was built and everyone LB. I FANCY'Sl1GARCl1RED"BEEF
lookout, operate the engine enjoyed roasting hot dogs and 39c :
thrott'es!' and handle the lines. marshmallows.The '

Liberty was granted in St. Pet boys also fished, roamedthe fti-1'crson a Fabulous . . . . J EASTEAMS RI
ersburg following the evening beach looking for "Fiddler

meal The second until midnight day's training com- with Crabs","things"and loading that their 8, 9 pockets and 10 Swift's "Sweet Rasher" Slk.dLB.
1 FASHION and menced with classes in seamanship year' old boys likatt! Everyonewent 39c I H
firefighting and serving as .home tired but happy. I

telephone talker. Stations were Those who enjoyed this outing BACON . . e .
rotated among the men 83 the were!:Terry Tucker, Dusty Dickinson VARIETY SHOW "Swift's Prtmlum", I
ship steamed to the operatingarea Joey McCormick, Terry WHOLE I lb. c
outside Tampa Bay. Hero
Ownby and Sammy Draper of c I 3 9
various evaluations were per. Den 3, Bill Allgeo, Bruce Crow, WIENERS..49 SHANK HALF
formed to provide all the oppor Nell Mullins, Gerald Hatcher 'TIME OUT FOR fUN; j (14.16( lb. Average)
tunity of gaining some profici- Greg Savino of Den :S I. Guest of FEATURING ,I,:
ency in their stations both Dens were: Mrs. Wm. Al- \p'' "ZING/ IT'S SPRINGl/ / l t tA U(


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MISTER CHARLES V. CEGELSKI t'urtl* R. Karnri your answer ir, other written de. VS
Crossword Puzzle Phllntltf (Ivrk of th. Circuit Court fence to the Complaint. filed herein RUT P. CLEMENTS:
llv: V a Spanner' D.('. upon Juattr. MrCarey, Attorneyi DefendantNIITlCR
71w ItlCltARD I.ANOI.EY: (COfRT SEAL) for Plaintiff P. O. Hot 843 Cocoa TO .tl'PRVII
2V'ar \\llllam VVnndenKAttorney Bead' rturlda. an I to file the ortlerK TO: Roy F Clement..
!..1SG ACROSS NXBtgetrXNVJf U.SuIt- A Dpfin<'lnntTO for Plaintiff IlIln.1 Ih.r.or la 100 otflr. .f tile e/o Mr. Ada Clement: ,
1.To crouch able rtlchnrd LnnileyRleuthera H O lion 1178Hnu : of the Circuit Court of Bre. c/o O.ori. WooilwarilCOURT <
6. Small 1. InterlorU..A : AAFII Oallle, Florid yard County Tltu.vllle. riorida' on III.hop Hollow Rnad, Newtown
: portions 2. To JU- coral- Attention: Staff Clerk Mar 11 II 28 Apr. t (IWed.l 1MI or before :the 3 day of April All Square Pennsylvania
Patrick AFII!. MnrldaN'ntlre 11X14 too are hereby notified that
: ): 10. Article continue net ,14'W" a I. hereby given that arnmplntnt 1'1 Tile: C 11I'I.tT (n'RT 0. TIIR15111 '! HERKIN: FAIL NOT or a Decree Gera el.m"nta has filed, Bull In
\ ofylrtu na a Job Wend + ", to foreilnne. murtiinae hao "1101"\1. (" 11011 IT. 111tl Hrn Cnnfeean will be enteredaenlnut tole Court. .eeklne a divorce.And .
11.Jewish 3. Receptacle! 10.eudes been filed .,,"lnlt you hv the plnln- ruN II"Ie Y., 1II tall 11". :vnn fee the relief prayed for file you are hereby required to
tiff In the above .lyleil tourl ami t oitlli\ \ tnlil your an.w..r M pleading
for coffee 23.Epoch In Cemplnlnt.DONE
with the Clerk nf title
; Court not
von are hereby required to nerve .u I III \1'.11'' M>. ITUxnru .
12.Wear down 4. Helped 23."Stowe"by ropy if your nn.wKr nod plon ruction. Toward char: upon J. VMlllamooilnon: I I'. 0. JAMES 1IKOWN. .. Florida thU :2 dny of Much true copy thereof upon the At'torney
A." 1564. for the Plaintiff RobertSndhey
13. Conscious & Moisture act.? AAatn Box 1178. .:IU Oalll. DiirldA.. attorney V.. Plaintiff. ttorrtTCVRTM SEAL) ( 1'. O. Ito" 457. Ccoa<<; FloeIda
: 7.: HUM. 27.Aquatic for the> plaintiff. and file the .
; 14. Wagon- MART EMMA PIIOWN\ n. BARNES: 1 0' .utler a Judgment pro con.Irene. '
3 la mountain birds a1.AfIIblrlhau, original! answer or pleading. In thi .
wheel Defemtnnt.,
, Ufflrp of the Clerk of the Circuit Clerk of the Circuit Court In
groove range 29. Came In of 0&111" Court at Tllimvllle. Rievar.l, County TO: MART EMMA BROWN! and for rirevird County ( /BEAD
15. Newt 8. Small 30. City: N, 40. Fad Florida, on nr before the luth day of Itniite No. >. Hot 77 Florida Curtis II Barnes
11.Anger donkey France 42. Ponder April 191It you fall to do .,.. a Hlatmvllle. N.C. Hy V fl. panler, Clerk of the Circuit Court
.4. P.... Dwree. Pro Confvmiii will be takenaeninnt YOU ARE iiriiKiiv: : NOTIFIED: Dy. Pectin Hull,
18. Siberian 9 Smooth Mid you for Ihr relict .demanded' l l lIn that a nail for divorce has been I>t>tity Clerk Dnpuiv Clerk
gulf glossy 34.Arabtan .Iallt the comrilulnl I filed n gal n Hi von In the 'Irrull Mar, 4, 11. 1 16, n (Wed) 1964, Mar. 4. 11. IH _m /i\Vml' i !1lU.II .
19: Mine 12. Old, Enjllah coffee 48. Coin: _______. -.-.- .- :. .. _

entrances coin 35South Swell
21.Correct 13. Oil of east 49.Verb:. I
22.Incite rosepetale wind abbr. MAGIC I IS CRAWL PAST IT THOUSANDS OF LITTLE

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1 your coffee
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Well Placed Kick? jaunts H N IT WAS I HAD CANDY POR Ybl// j

4T.Big N Ai- BREAKFAST I ..-- II

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49.Jacob ion .,,11 I r ap I\t J

Dear Ann Landers: I have regret. iJ 1 {

heard the expression "Seven If a boy doesn't want to ask I 1TIIF fluffs COURT or THENINTIt '. .. 0 ] j

Year Itch" and paid no attention Dear Ann Landers: A new a girl out again, that's his privil l1)1"U. tlKClIT IN : ( v 0

-- until rucintly Now it suddenly couple moved to our neighbor ege. But why does he lie and ,MOHII' M> tON HARVARD O>t NT*, .- L \ 4''ff.rt.. j jS I
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seems that "Seven Year hood last May. They are pleas say he'll call? I wish a fellow BARNETT SMITH I1HI7 .. .. ...,...,. .\ \ .z.6 ;, "r
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itch" Is more than a phrase: I ant, intellgent! and have powerful would be honeest and not say Plaintiff ? ::;\.,. -, ..

think I may have it. ideas on everything Including anything but "goodnight" if he "BETTY". LOU SMITH __ J'.U;' : r1\'VV'' 7T :.:

My husband is a fine man although politics. doesn't care to see a girl again. Defendant

not as affectionate as! I They do not get ugly they dn Please print this letter and an NOTICE' OF MIT '"'---

wish he were. We have four listen to the other side and we explanation if you hove one. TO: BETTY residence. )LOU and SMITH add ._whoM are I'AASO' ""\ HAVBVOU \ NO/OF COtlR<5B NOT. r py" THE WAr, WOULD>t>U CAPS TO )

healthy reasonably well-behaved enjoy their company. Our Thank you. MISS DANGLING unknown DISCOURAGED, BEFN 10NLYEATTHB JOIN ME FOR BREAKFAST f J fo

children an adequate Income, politics, however, are at opposite TAKE NOTICE THAT A SUIT MR.ABFRNATHV. EATING USUAL iHREB .L 1?
.time the house Dear Miss Dangling: When a hat been filed aralnat you In theNinth ..I CAN'T SEEM eemcati MEALS A DAY. .a
part help in poles. Judicial Circuit la and for
community Interests and nice fellow takes a girl to the door Brevard County Florida" and you
For Christmas they sent us ayear's ,
are hereby aummoned ordered, and
in- after a date it would he quite a MEAL1
your-own-buslness type subscription to a magazine required to file your written. Aa
laws" as put it. By most shock if he said, "I 1 had a ewer or defeneea to the Complalat
you we don't want in our home. flied herein against you la tll.
standards I should be blissfully lousy time. You'll never hear above entitled cause In the officeof :
Our teen-age son is beginning ml) :
from the Clerk of the Circuit Court Inand ) ;
me again. Believe it >
happy. -
for ilrevard
County Florida at
to think like these people because
when hear him the line. hi. office In the Court House In I -
I confess however that I have of articles he reads In this you on Tltu.vllle, Hrevard County, Florida J :::: : ;!

feelings of restlessness I keep magazine.We on or before the 2nd day of AprilA.D. 1 o '- ;
Ann Landers will be glad to 1964; and t3..te::: a copy oe I "' .
thinking perhaps I'm missing such I Answer or upon Tom ,
don't wish to offend our .
help with Witinn Plaintiff h... :
there must be you your problems. attorney z .-. ..
something that friends but we would like to In. waoee addnaa l I. 3.H North 3-H .
Send them to her in of this
more to life than this. care Maa-nolla, 1-A Orlando Florida, ono "
discontinue their gift. Any suggestions' newspaper enclosing a stamped before laid d et.. If you fall to .
j( Do I need a vacation? I do lo, a Decree Pro Confeiio will FORTHI9LITTld
addressed envelope. b.. enl..r"iI against YOU fir the r.lief .. WQ
J haven't had one in four years. GIFTED demand' d in the Complaint! WITH ALL t: AMJ: CAN HEI+P you WITH a / UNlE 7.WONT M'

Maybe I need a swift kick in MITirt: IP IM-KNTIOV" TO YOU MOB FURTHER NOTIFIED: !: THESEBUNDLES DUgIEY* ....... BfENIlpIN43ypU.: 1: t t'f0
Dear Unfortunates: It !soundsas KMllMTI-K: tMTITIOItVMK that the nature of :It. still 1i a cull .. NO I: DON TPELIEVE9O. .
: ,
the backside, or a head-shrinker.: if the magazine too' In compllanc. with HOUM Hill No. for divorce" malrfruonll' a vlnculo i
is < muchof 1175: Chapter Number 20V63 Law from the D>r>ndaal, one far the CARRY 12. ; ... :
.I Or do I the Seven Year a challenge. What are you of Florida, Act. of 1941 lh. undtr- temporary and permanent care and I'LL: b ) t
1 Itch A.M. linod will register with" the Clerk custody of the minor children. BET'l'l :\ g ) J
afraid of idea Debate Is CC ,
an of the Circuit Court In Hrtvird Adella Deborah Kay Kmlth, Jeiele

is Dar more A.M.than: "Seven a phrase.Year Statistics Itch" healthy. But If you can't tolerate County proof of Florida publication upon or this reoclpt. .notice ot., Smith Ilarnett I Smith and June Marie OtAD youPROUGHT 1tU1t\::\ ( (,l 0"
if an opinion other1 than your lh. following tlctitloin nan, towin The name of the Court In which q '
show that the seventh year "CiUMwtv Tavernunder this stilt baa been ItiMlluUd. I la 1 \ ;
write to the office the
own of Circuit Court of
which I the Ninth Judicial
m engaged In bunt WE
no. (
4 of Marriage is, for some mysteri. Circuit: 'In and for Brevard -J
magazine and ask that your subscription llwood. Titusville Florida I and Florida, and the rtt1 ALONS.b J. i
I ous reason, the toughest one. that the underlined' I I. the only ahhrrvlated r
be this close li BAHNBTT
cancelled. Interested .. SMITH ((
penon In Mid bu lne ((
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Any skin doctor will tell you Dated at Tltusvllle Horld. this Plaintiff va BETTY LOU BWITH:\ ) I
18 day at March A.D. 1M4 Defendant Chancery No. 27117. I=v\\
( that a little itch can develop WITNESS hand .
Dear Ann Landers: Will you Kenneth A. O'Brlen my and the of 4 J-l'
i into a stubborn, tough-to.get Mir IS, 85, Apr. 1, 1. <)d.) 19M finial teal of mid.. Court In Brevard I
please tell me why, after a date, County Florida, this 3rd day of -- ..- - -- ---- --
4 jrid of problem if it is badlyi March AD 1M>4.
diagnosed or ineptly treated. At a fellow will say, "I had a won. I If have rental (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL!: ) I 1
i derful time. I'm to call you Curtle R. B.rne. Ji
same time, It musn't be going Clerk. of the Circuit Court I !
you again soon" The girl believes By V. 1. 8panler III Ife ll j I
,tthe housing list It in I)
Deputy Clerk
him and waits and waits Tom WaUnn Attorney for Plaintiff ?lJ F I cI -<

The best cure for the Seven for that call and it never 330 N. Magnolia, 1-A <
Year Itch is to take inventory. The Star-Advocate! Orlando, Florid : } fOOlr \ ( '
comes 1f--I\, :;:; !
Mar. 4, 11, II, 21 (Wed) 1M4. Pil
Weigh the positive aspects of \ 'I' \<] / '

your marriage against the negative gsgg i r ; !<.1WI M'ft3l lrj

ones. You say you have a / a:' 11.I 11.\

an fine adequate man, four Income healthy, good children in-, TELEVISION GUIDEWednesday -.mr I rl'I 1t-f,1 t

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P.g4C Tlfuivllle (Fieri Ji) Stir.Advocate Wednesday, March 25, '19M I. .

Loans AvailableFor i o THURS. .

---8. ,
Students FRls 't7 rnhi9lSAT.

Procedures, have been complet. Your 8pt/tl! .s/J.; J
*d for malting available in .
'" loans: nearly a half million dollars .,
', .'.... I to qualified students to eov
!'to '\ .' tration er cost fees of their at tuition Florida and Institutions regis. TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER(

of higher learning next
all.( ,
The program was authorized
4-/;: by the 1803 legislature. Loan KING
a K, C 1pxe arc to full-time qualified /tu> 1050 W. ST.
tents /In need of assistance, who QUANTITY
) ,I"I i have been! legal residents of COCOA RIGHTS
Florida for the past three years. RESERVED
J Application/ forms will be avail. t
able after April 1 from high
school piincipals. FLA. or GA. GRADE "A" WHOLEFRYERS
ni e r Under a formula based on
enrollment and scale of tuition
tlt t'lM' fees of each qualified institution,
Iixvard Junior College has been a
I 10.), alloted' $13.750:\ the same
amount as Florida A. and II. I
and the! University of Orlando. .
SHIPBOARD TRAINING ffaval i ReMatthew A. Birdsall', SR, Melbourne; This total Is surpassed only by ., Jhl
servists of Electronics Division' ) (Ml,.MetHoward M. Broadhead,SR, Indian Harbor the $43,000 to the University of '
bourne, get instructions,iron Ship's Crew Beach; William R. Davis, SR, Titusville Florida, $3/1,000.ta/ Florida State ,
Instructor on their firSt'; .weekehd aboard and Paul D. Kingery, YN2, Palm-"Bay. end the University of Miami, ; I
ship. Listening attentively,from left: $22,500 to Miami-Dade Junior "Lt

College and $20,250'.to' University :to. f.... t
of South Florida .1: ;
Back From'Trip and St. \
Naval Reserve Unit Completes Petersburg Junior College. 'I-
I Mr and Mrs. E. M. Parker returned Maximum amount which any L 1 1d :
last week! from a business single student may borrow Is LB.u. 25
Weekend Of Shipboard TrainingNaval trip to Amerlcus, Ga. $1,000. .

Reserve Electronics During the return to port in HERE FROM MICHIGAN I I
and Bob Mrs. Blanch
Ijoo Allgeo
Division 6-11 of Melbourne com-, mid-afternoon. Chief W. T. Mr. and !Mrs. Fred Kellemcyerof c
plcted their first weekend of. Dreyer Instructed the mea in Savino, Glen Crow Susie Own- Titusville have as their guests
practical shipboard training 'underway 'securing the ship and making It by Pam and Penny Allgeo, Jeff Mr.[ and Mrs. Albert Gunther ol
on board the U.S.S. ready for me by another Naval and| Cheryl Suter, Mr. and Mrs. Utica, Michigan They plan to
Beaufort (PCS 1387)' ) out of St. Reserve unit on the follo..ingweekend. Wm. Mullins and of course the visit for two months sightseeing,
Petersburg.The Den Dads, Bill Ownby and Harry fishing and visiting other friendsin
Commander Bolon and Lt. Suter. Florida.CRYSTALIZED ,
Division, established in
Cmdr. R. Duckworth of the
Melbourne last! October and

ment now approaching departed( from full Melbourne comple Naval Staff Reserve In Orlando Group Commander rotated r "" usl I"we." S. 60VT. GRADED "GOOD" BEEF! Lb. C

early Saturday morning/ a bus ship-handling duties.
The local Naval Reserve Representative
furnished by Patrick Air Force
Base. They arrived aboard Is Chief Baldwin, SIRLOIN J9 I

ship!noonday afternoon in meal time exercise.prior to prepare to commencing their. Phone Cubs 297-6822.Of Pack 312 sun ws S i T E A K ROUND

Commander Leslie W. Bolon Hold 'Treasure Hunt'"Find d I .
local Representative for Naval
Reserve Recruiting, served as the 7 Palm Trees and I'' :
Commanding Officer of the ship start from there?" That's how the
and Lt. Cmdr. R. A. Reddy, Cubs of Mrs. Bill Owmby's Den ENERGY JC HUe
Commanding Officer of the
3 and Mrs. Harry Suter's Den 5 m c
Electronics Division as the of Pack: 312 started on a "Treas : i rlk39
Cruise Training Officer. The ure Hunt" last Sunday afternoon. OF ijugcir.
Division Petty Officers under What excitement "An old log to i R OAS
Chief K. E. Baldwin instructedthe cross over water sand hills to SUNSHINE '
men in the various phases of climb look for a cluster of iII
seamanship and watch standing Palms and Driftwood, just follow III II -
both in port and underway. the Map" and that's what the "SUGAR CURED" SMOKEDPICNICS
The first day's training was boys did helter-skelter< but they I I I 'Ib. Ib.
devoted to chip familiarization all had fun digging the 2 "Treas. } FOR WOMEN ONLY /
station keeping, docking, un ure Chests" up and enjoying the 29c. 33cGRO
docking and man-overboard cokes and frozen candy bars I
drills. During their drills, the found In them. Dy .
new recruits had the opportunity After the exciting Treasure [ [gg.'g[ 'N Fresh" FANCY.SUGARCURED"
to act as helmsmen,
serve as Hunt a fire was built and every. LB.
b :
lookout operate the engine one enjoyed roasting hot dogs and 39c
throttles! and handle the lines. marshmallows

Liberty was granted in St. Petersburg The boys also fished roamedthe In-1'erson a FuTiulons BEEF . . . . EASTEAIMS R
following the evening beach looking for "Fiddler .
meal until midnight.The Crabs" and loading their pockets Swift's "Sweet Rasher" Sliced
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menced with classes in seamanship year old boys like II Everyonewent 39c : .j
firefighting and serving at. .home tired but happy.

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March 25, W4 TitusvlllFlorida( ) Star. Advocift Pall S-C I ix rnr nun'IT cm' RT or in* Thle nfitlc. ."i"tT pa pnhl(.ti"(T Once Court "f the Nletb.T'.4t7T' : Pleeult, MVTII ....OIl" ". rmrrir. iv!
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\M) ION HHMHII ( lt'MVKIORint In the Tltuavllla fllar-Advorate. antltlod JAMES BROWN Plaintiff. pIbtR1p1Is
STAR ADVOCATE'S Done and Ordered In Chambers atTlttiavllle Vi, MARY EMMA BROW: Defendant (' :NI .KY N0, 415511
t.\\.H\: :>O, 17AIII\ Florida thla 9th day of Chancery No, 27S12 You are GRACE CLEMENTS:<
Burner TO .01.rSNl) March, 1964 hereby required to serve a copy of Plaintiff
MISTER CHARLES V CEOELSKI turtle R, Barnea your answer nr other written defeniea VI.kOY.
BREGER Crossword Puzzle Plaintiff ('Iork l of the Circuit Court to the Complaint filed. herein F. CLEMENTS:>
Hv: V. 8. Bpaniler! D C, upon Justice .* MrCarey Attorney Defendant
7h. RICHARD LANULEY (COURT SEAL) for Plaintiff P. 0, lion Ml Cocoa NOTICE' TO .\rrr.'H
J. \\llllam WeedenOAttorney Heacn Florida, and to file the or* TOi Roy ('. Clement
'-15 ACROS4! 50. BeretDOWX 14 Suit A DefvndnnlTO for Plaintiff hind thereof In. the office of the c/.. Mra. Ada Clement,
\ 1,To crouch: able a : Rlctinrd. Langley l>, O, (lox 1178Kau Clerk' of the Circuit Court of Rre eU.nr. Woo h small 1.Inferior 19.A Rle.uthera AAFII Gallle, Florid' yard County, Tltuevllle, Florid' an Hollow. /Itoad Newlown'
:2.TodIt.continue. coral F" Attention: Ruff Clerk Mar. 11 18. 25. Apr, 1 (Wed) 19M, or bffore the 1 day of April A.D1M4 Square, Hennaylvanla.
portion w
Patrick AFII Florida Toe are hereby notified that.
1 6) 10. Article) reef t w Or (Score. Cleme u has filed suit In
Votlre la hereby given that nrnmplalnt IN Tllf: ( IHf I IT fOfKT TICK HFRFIV: FAIL NOT' or a De.
ct rlrtu u a job Island i to foreolone mortiu" him :NINTH> .It ""'\U. IIKC' I'r. IN erne I'm Cnnfenan will be entered this Court seeking a divorce'
ll.Jewlnhmonth Receptacle: SO.( Slides ) been filed against you by> the plaintiff \M Mill IIN KY.IN1) t'IU'oiTY: against vnti for the relief prayed for And you are, hereby required to
for cof: f e 23.J: OcJI 4 a A In the above alyleil court and. t I.III!I III'C"'IittttV In sold Complaint. file your answer or other pleading
with the Clerk of this Court not
:NO> ItmiMini "
you ore hereby qlllad 10 serve U .
2 1%. Wear down 4.Helped 25: ."Sttalve" t tZ copy of your nnnwrr nod pleading r: Or HI'IT DONE AND ORDERED Tltua.vllle lute than April I.o'i 1944: serving m
byfrlctlon Toward char* uiiun J, \\ llllaitiVoml, nn, I'. A D 1'N14. for the. Plaintiff Robert
/r 13 Conecloue.. Moisture aetel"I, ''II... Box 1175\ tail: flollle. Florida attorney Vi Plaintiff. I 1(01' RT "TADCVRTI9 Oodbey" ... 0, lion) 4M.!\ C..... "., Florida -
134 ; 1... Wllon1.. RUBS. 21.Aqu&tIO for the plaintiff and file the stiffer
MART EMMA: HUOWN R. BARNES or a judgment pro con-
ot.AfUhcrAMk orlKlnnl) answer or plenllnf In the .
mountain bird feeaoCOURT
vhccl Offlie of the Clerk nf the Circuit Defen,Unt. Clerk of the Circuit Court, In
1 groove range 29. Came In of Galilee Court at Tltuivllle. Prevard County TO: MART EMMA: DROWN and for nrevird County ( HEAL)
IS. Newt 8. Small 30.( City.: NFranc 40. Fad Florida on or before the lath. day of Kniite No a. Box 77Htateavllle Florida Curtis H Barnea
17.Anger donkey 42. Ponder April. 1 S 44. Pen.weignt. I Decree Pro Confemm will be likifiejilnut 'Tot, AUK' )t EH HIT: NOTIFIED: fly: Hertl. HallDeputy .
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18,1I1III'rlllD.. Smooth you fur the relict\ ilemanUnl)' that a ault fur divorce hay been Clerk Clerk
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Dear Ann Landers: I have regret.

heard the expression "Seven If a boy doesnt want to aska I IN TUB 'llIft'IT COCK Of THE: .. o V 0 n

Year Itch" and paid no attention Dear Ann Landers: A new girl out again, that's his privil :INTII I:> JlltKIU.1 1 CIKCUIT IN1D !
until recently. Now it suddenly couple moved to our neighbor ege. But why does he lie and LOMIIIl

seems that "Seven Year hood last May. They are pleas lay he'll call? I wish a fellow BARNETT SMITH 1111 1 X3.26 -

itch" is more than a phrase! I ant, intcll'gent! and have power. would be honeest and not say Plaintiff

think I may have it. ful ideas on everything including anything but "goodnight" if he v.BETTY, LOU SMITH

My husband is a fine man although politics. doesn't care to see a girl again. Defendant

not as affectionate as I They do not get ugly, they do Please print this letter and an NOTICE OF M IT

wish he were. We have four listen to the other side and we explanation if you hove one. TOI BETTY reelilenee. LOU and SMITH aildreea wham are I'AASO HAVE YOU \ NO/OFCOUR-Sft NOT PVTHE WAY; WOULD you) CAPS TO ]

healthy, reasonably well.behaved enjoy their company. Our Thank you, MISS DANGLING unknown DISCOURAGED, BEEN I IDNLyEATTHBEATINO JOIN ME FOR BREAKFAST r J

children, an adequate income, politics, however, are at opposite TAKE NOTICE' THAT A SUIT MR.ABEPNATHY. I USUALTHREQ J,
baa filed acalnit you In the 2CAN'TSEEM BETWEEN \ AAEALSAPAY. II
Dear Miss When a
Dangling: -
part-time help in the house, poles t-i-'d: Circuit and for TOIOSn WEIGHY MEALS? 0J
interests and nice fellow takes a girl to the door Brevard County Florida, and you '
community For Christmas they sent ua ayear's and '
a' hereby ordered l
"mind,your.own.business type in- subscription to a magazine after a date it would be quite a required to file your written An- :t
it most shock if he said, "I had a awer or defenaea to the Complaint 1'' tl ;
put By
as you we don't want in our home. filed herein against youa th<
standards I should be blissfully lousy time. You'll never hear above entitled cauan In the office
Our teen age son is beginningto of the Clerk of the Clruult Court I.
happy. think like these people because from me again. Believe} it and for Brevard County Florida, at >-
when you hear him on the line. hli office In the Court HOUM I. :
I confess, however, that I have of articles he reads !in this Tltu.vlfe, Brevard County. Florida

feelings of restlessness I keep magazine.We Ann Landers will be glad to A on,D or. 1964 before; and the) to Ind aerve day a of copy April of I cz I

ouch J".L ,
thinking perhaps I'm missing don't wish to offend our help you with your problems. Watson Answer Plaintiff or attorney' upon her Tom.- :

something that there must!! be friends but we would like to In, whoae atlilreie le 830 North
Send them to her in of this
to life than this. care Maanolla. 1-A. Orlando, Florida, on "
discontinue their gift. Any, suggestions' newspaper enclosing a stamped or before laid date. If you fall I l4 _
j Do I need a vacation I UNFORTUNATELY self.addressed envelope. do entered>Oi .m. Decree falnit Pro you Confeaao far the willbe relief WQ INDEED 19THERE ANYTHING ELSE FORTHI9 LITTLE I

J haven't had one in four years. GIFTED demanded In the Complaint! J WITH ALL IAMy I CAN HELP YOU WITH ? BUNDLE I WO N'T M
kick in TI
Maybe I need a swift : E }
Dear Unfortunates: It soundsas KrcuiTrK: ; jicTinoiMm the "nature of th. cult la a unit NOy I DON TPELIEVE90.
,* the backside :or a headshrinker compliance with HOUM for dUofce malrltnonll I a vlnculafrom '
VUl No i
if the is too much
magazine tin ...
2 ; Chapter Number zoom: Law. the Defendant, and for the TO CARRY ,
Or do I have the Seven Year of a challenge: What are you of riorlda' Act. of 1941 the under- temporary and permanent cart and I'LL BET

.?. Itch? AM. afraid of an idea? Debate is ui nod the will Circuit,rel Court,ter lIlhath Urevard* Clerkof Adella custody Deborah of the Kay minor smith children, I....., YOU'REOtAD i r(

Dar A.M.: "Seven Year Itch" healthy. But if you can't tolerate County Florid. upon receipt of BrallJi Baraett Smith_, and June Marl I t, ,t l( t
is than a phrase. Statistics !!- proof of publication of (thla nottie YOU 1
-t more an opinion 'othet than your lb. following; flctltloue name. to- The name of the Court In which G
show that the seventh wit! Cauaeway, Tavern thla suit haa been. laetltuted It BROUGHT
year under
own write to the office the
of which I Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial
am engaged In bualneaa MEAlONO. +
4 of Marriage is for some mysterious at Circuit In and for Brevard County
Bellwood Tltuivllle,
magazine and ask that your subscription Florida' and Florida, and the abbreviated' title of .
that the
reason, the toughest one. be cancelled.: peraon Interested undersigned In aid I. bualnem.the only this cauae le BAKNRTT SMITH (f(

Any skin doctor will tell you Dated at Tltuevllle Florida, thli Plaintiff vi BI TTY LOtf' ffMITII,
Defendant Chancery No.' Pal,
1day of March A.D, 1M4, e
that a little itch can develop Dear Ann Landers: Will you Kenneth A Brlen WITNESS my hand and the of.flclal al/b10taJtY S 1It

i into a stubborn, tough.to-get* Mar. IS, M, Apr 1.8, Wed) 1964 teal of Mid Court In Dravard
County, Florida this 3rd
please tell me why, after a date, day of
4 rid of problem If it is badly March A D ltt,4
: a fellow will. say, "I had a won (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL: )
diagnosed or ineptly treated. At have rental
derful time. I'm to call you Curti. R Burn..
the same time, It musn't l be going Cleric of the circuit Court
you again soon." The girl believes By V. I, Bpanfler
ignored. housing list it in
Deputy Clerk
him and waits and
waits Tom Watson, Attorney for Plaintiff
The best cure for the Seven for that call and it never 920 N, Mit-nolla 1AOrlando
Year Itch is to take inventory. The Sfar-Advocate! Klnrtil '
comes Mar 4, 11, IS 26 (Wed) 1M4. .
Weigh the positive aspects Of I k '

tive your ones.marriage You against say you the have nega a I I t h sal

fine man, four healthy\ children, TELEVISION GUIDEWednesday I

an adequate income, good in-

laws and then you add -

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