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Title: Star-advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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Year No. 39 5c Per Copy Titusville. Florida, Monday March 30, 1964 14 Pages Today Public!, eh sdays and Fridays
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I Brevard 64 Traffic Death Toll Jumps. To" 17" t







Woman Killed



Drive To Aid Alaskan i Just Short 01Destination !



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Victims Started Here I Brevard County's traffic death

toll) moved upward to 18 and 17

over Easter weekend when

Aw Muriel M. McCabe, 39!), of West

Interested in helping the homeless used by the American Red Cross, Cross Chapter said that a nation. participation. Palm Beach, was killed on U
people in Alaska, who suffer. got under way here this morning. wide appeal will be made for "1// people are Interested in S I four miles south of Titus-

ed through the earthquake and First local donation was a $50 funds, with word expected to be helping these people, out, we urge villa Saturday and James C Cot-
I tidal waves over the past weekend check from the Star.Advocate. received from nation headquarters them to make checks payable to Ion, 22 was killed on State Road
? Mrs. Jewell Ponder, who is In 'at any time" but she the American Red Cross, unit 520 in Cocoa Beach eaily Sun-

A drive for relict funds, to lie- charge of the North Brevard Red praised the local effort and urged: make some note on the check clay
Alaskan Relief BO that t it Is set
Miss McCabe was killed Just

. Call Assures Local Family "Safe" In Alaska WildsBy aside"The for Red!this, Cross purpose was on We .e UCO yards- the short State of Road her destination Depart.

scenes almost Immediately after
mint nffica at BtlUood where
Bill Lytrly Hope, Alaska, across the Cook total! wreckage of homes along th& earthquake and Is the main "
her brother Hubert L. McCabe
the inlet and other force in taking of 2,700 ,
Inlet from Anciiorage, are reported Lie areas around : care
The massive earthquake, one '* Anchorage, and the was homeless people in temporary q project engineer on the U. S. 1
,, to be safe. Hi r t, four Inning project between Ti-
woot.l shelters.
of recorded history's 1-11 quite concerned She had not
i' Mrs. Layton Cor biflfa, sister of rik tiiiVille and Uellwood and other
vliich has literally split the 49th been able to make contact with "It is the purpose of the lied
"elate' t of Alaska in twain has also Thorne, told The Star-Advocate her brother until this morning. Cross to help not only take care /acra projects, was waiting for

had. quite an Impact on North this morning she had contacteda Thorne reined last year from of these people in temporary Iv.'r to art! Ive fur a planned

Brcvnrd. friend of the Thorne'i '.'\ Anchorage the Air Force and had fully In. shelters now but also to help pleasant Butter weekend

The Burrcl! Thorne family, <<' and was told all were tended to return with Dale, his them rebuild some type of homo ONE I KILLED Miss Muriel M. McCabeof car (left) and ran head on into the Chevrolet According to witnesses and

who( are homesteading near safe, She had seen TV scenes of wife and three children, to the in the future," she pointed out. West Palm Beach was killed in this (right) driven by Fred Hanwell of tile Investigation conducted by

comfort of the good old USA Mrs. Ponder said that she had crash on U. S. 1 at Bcllwood Saturday af Corning, N. Y (S-A Photo). Trooprr M. C Cook, Miss MeCube.1 .

,, and Titusville But. the received 6J requests from tho ternoon. She was driving the small sports was heuded north on U.S.
,l North Erevard area for inform.
scenic beauty of the Alaskan 1 In a small/ sports car, when
ation from Alaska, 38 were inquiries
wilds too much for the ,lit* attempted to and
was ; pass a car
.. .. tj Thorns to overcome and decided remainder about about relatives friends,and etc."We're ,the Zoning Hearing Woman Is Questioned trailer truck, only to crash head.on .
,
to homestead that area. Into a southbound vehicle occupied
making every effort! tl)
t "We Just love it here," Dale by Mr and Mrs. Fred
obtain all information but it Is
and Burrell have told Mrs. Cor- To Be Held At llanwill, of Corning N. Y. 3
not easy to obtain it right:t> now
bin and the children Just don'tSee Lists of'casualties are being released Miss McCabe was killed Instantly .

T I FAMILY On Page 8 by the federal government BayvievTonight/ About False AlarmsA The front of her small

's"c. said. spurts, car was pinned beneath
Mrs Ponder said that anyone\ the wheel of the heavier southiKiund .
Public hearing on the pro- NeRiovcnum, involved in Inl'rlol': four.Inch wall partition
withing to give for Alaskan relief vehicle. The
Impact
should either leave their pored revised City of Tltu an Occident near tho scene of a six Indies from the front wall\
drove the steeling wheel column
villa icning ordinance and: map false fire alarm, is cur. The Impact ulfto knocked a bed
checks with the Star-A+Ivocate or ported<: and the entire
left front of her
Is KhtiUtd: for 7:30: tonight in by TWlutvdto.l'olicB levvcul Inches ,Iroin the wall in
to nod Cross rently hung questioned
could mail (hem the .
l tit bt the Cocoa office! *fj. auditorium' of Btyvltw Eltm wnO- Fire- Chief which .nmo-yesr-olj. '" 'TyroneOliver car }pack)intu the front seat aera.

__ "" .nf ry School Drown/ in connection with the wa* slitping.JThe boy, According to a witness Gene

The hearing will actually be Pulse alarm. vthn 'later( complained a painin Herald, of Mims, Miss MI.ca1.ehad

PrincipalsReappoinfed the: first time for local rttidtntt Chief Brown said he was near his hack, was taken by his "passed him a short time
fattier to the hospital fur observation. Heron,, the four-lane
to offer any objection or valet the area when in alarm was e*i portion
I r approval! of the ordinance and turned In on a fire at the coiner cf U/S' 14 He said she passed

1, map.A of Pnlrwtto St and Robbins) Ave. The 30.year.old Negro: woman, another ear, 'crossing the double-

+ wr, Urgt-icalt copy of flit pro. He rushed to the scene and upon whose address N 822 2 Drown painted solid line, In doing it,

During a special meeting here pored inning map will bt on arrival saw a cur driving off at Ave, Is bring held at the county and after reaching the two-lane

this morning, the Brevard School displry In the auditorium. a high rate of speed without jail: on a charge of Inipropr l'flrln! ( under construction, pull.

Beard re-appointed 31 membersof City Planner" DeWitt McGee headlights.Th.e! drivers licenie;, failure to fd out to pus a, car and truck

administrative staffs, not on and all members of the city car, a 1939 Ford convertible liavo her car under control and /iiml couldn't& get "back in",

continuing contract, and 30) council at well at other city official \ driven by Allee Grady, hiving without lights, winding up in, the head.on colllkion. .

IN ALASKA The Thorne family, minus the photographer members on continuing contract. will bt on hand Mtm turned off Palmetto south on to According: to Chief Drown, tho .
father, Burrel, is pictured in the Alaskan snow. The list included members of bent of the Planning and Zoning Krbblns and stopped. Chief wonum has given no explanation
Project engineer/ McCabe Mid!
Left to right, Burrel Jr., Dale, Candy and little Laura the county staff, principals and Board will probably also btprtitnt. Drown fell' in behind her in his for her actions and is being thut he
Jut t "filt" it her
(Burrel Thorne Photo). Burrtl Thorn assistant principals official car and the woman shot questioned further. was
cur, wlien! h. heard about the
forward across a yard and ram Damage to the automobile, according -
crash and lawmen confirmed it
med the front of an apartment tn Lt J. F. Kelscl: of the a
In the lituRvllle Housing( Authority Titusville Police Auxiliary, in- short lime later when they of-

Negro project vt' tIat'lg!: ; officer, was $100. iKially notified him.
I DBisAOp;; ; The impact of the crash broke Estimated! damage! to the apartment Mr. and Mrs. Han well were
rushed to Jess Parrish Memorial

'k On April 12 fh tlc exterior wall and drove an was $2,800. Hojpitil tieatment, where for bruises they underwent cuts*


Pride Slates Activity In AprilGreater find shock. They were not

Arthur Dunn Airpark will be other is presently under con the Posse for the day including craft will also be displayed by son and Possewoman Barbara seriously injured, although the

the scene of great activity In the struction. a glider! demonstration, a show manufacturers and dealers! Miller will handle public relations ; Pride/ In!!. president, their 19U4 dues, according/ to Kay lirpact resulted,, In a broken

very near future. Last year, the Flying Posse, by the DcLand Falling Angels, in throughout: the southeast ami! a anil+f Information Din Busby has declared the Lcdford, Pride treasuu-r ttciring wheel and heavy dam-
The Brevard Co'inty Sheriff's. [ even with disagreeable weather month of April to be "I'rl.'e!' April 12 through April 18 will age (to the front of the car.
which it is expected at least one mock-up of the Gemini capsuleis I Proccodi the Po ie derives
Flying Posse, an cnenPtl? gro'ip' sponsored! a highly successful air Month" and will Include "!'rideWeek" to set aside as )rode Week, culminating
local man' will "sky dive" with expected to be on display from concession at the free show The accident was first report-
aviation-minded North Bre- show, featuring the "FallingAngels" "Ueautiflcation Week"and with
of tie Chairman this Posse will into I a beauty contest on
parachute club. of year's go Improving facilities id by members of the Citizens
vard residents, who are also, for a parachute "skydiv ""Clean Up Week" as part of that Saturday night George Arnold .
The newest in private-type air. show is Posseman Tom Ifen'er- at Arthur Dunn Airpark Hand Radio Club, who notified
the most part, exceptionally ing" club out of DeLand. The the month's activities. has been named! chairman for
community-spirited, are sponsoring show was free and the airport er' T Plant have been made to bo- this week and Mrs. George I Parte- lawmen, the ambulance and
a Free Air Show Ann! 12. was crowded with Ncrth Brevard c /gin tho month with a kick,off low Jr. and Mrs. Ralph Powell oihr emergency: equipment.!
featuring the weld renowned residents, and! many from other luncheon on Wednesday, at the will be in ,charge of the contest Highway Patrolmen were as"'
Dlue Angles" tile Navy's precision areas within and from without the Torch Club at noon Thin Is to bea April 1921 will Include activities slated in their investigation by

flying team. county. At that time, also, the joint Pride and, civic dub lunch- of planting and beautifying several deputies from Sheriff

The Flying Posse, a group of airport was officially dedicated( run and lit prcxnt, pant and fu during this week of I'rl.'o' Month, Leigh: Wilson's Department and
pilots organized by former Sheriff "Arthur Dunn Airpark", in honor ture members are urged>i tat./ and plans will be announce I later members of the Highway Patrol
Ralph Clark in September of of A. A. Dunn of Mims. Dunn, ttnrt.! Reservations may be made on. Mrs Ike nigcll "Doing" Auxiliary.
1'JGS to aid the r'ep.irtment' in who has been flying for about 30 by tailing Mrs Phillip Warren chairman for Pride, and President
a'!arch an:! rescue work, has developed years, was Instrumental in getting Future plans call for a recruiting of the Titusville Garden! Club Traffic was routed on the un-
in far larger. magnitude! the land as an airport many P drive for mrinbcrihip durlni will blJ In charge of this week. finished west lane of the high

than originally planned.The years ago as county commission( % the period' April 1 through/ the finalizing( the Prl'lo Month of way' for about an hour.
Posse has been the guiding er. 11th. Approximately 223 have paid See PRIDE: On Ptjt 8 Mis: McCabe is the fourth
force) behind the development of This year, the Posse Is planninga ; person to lime their life during
facilities at Arthur Dunn Airparkand bigger show, with more variety. '- the four-laulng of this portion of

its\: members have' inspired The "Blue An els", officially Gurney, OOP ers Here TonightCongn U. S. 1. A woman, was killed

many former "land lubheri", to known as the ,U S. Navy Flight about two hundred yards south'!
take to the air, many in their own Demonstration Team, will be .>>1'1"11.Cd, CI1 ney of 1 I. Richard MuMrew of Mel- Of Sunday's. Impact scene,
airplanes. making their first appearance in Winter Park! wlfl attend a meeting boiirnn -- County Commissioner batk in Dt c nber and two men

Where once two to three airplanes North Brevard. this evening it 8 at Citizens Dist 3; Millon McCrath of lost t tli"ir live at the extreme
,
in the duration of a week With over' 18 years since their !tk Bank iponwrcdj by the three East lillie; County Commissioner north end of the five-mile project

took off and landed unnoticed at organization, the eight: pilots( and ,. Republican Clubs in this area: Cist. S; Sheriff Leigh February: 29.

tic! (former Titusville airport, nsw SO enlisted men which mak up Spaceport Young Republicans, s.. GURNEY: On Pag
28 aircraft are pcrmane-";' hang-: \ this team, have earned a world f,.. 1 North {prtvird Republican Club. \.
arm there, and a growing number wide reputation second' to none. and the, *;iorth; (Trc.-vard' ) Women's
of out-of-town airplanes are Each year millions of spectatorsare !,, ""'". Republican Club. Mathews Comb\ Here T Tomorrow

using the field in the daily routineof thrilled by their flawless. ..... .' ,,( Th* following. ; candidates have ....--- -sr ito
demonstrations of precision flying
business, been i.vitci: State Representative Senator ) be held t ,, h 11
,! / John E (Jack) Tuesday, Mar
Where Just a few years ago!< the The entire show has evolved .. ,
*. IMIey St.
Charles
runway was a grass pasture-like through the years since tie first of )
Pe Robert Bob Foserof
rrsburg, (
strip, filled with "pot holes" team was organized In 1918. : i t1J Fort MyeM, end Ken Folks of and his wife, Gwen, will \ Woman CIu1, .The public is

there Is: a wide paved runway to Of local interest is that in 1962 Orlando the three Republican. Tltu tomorrow to open/1.1' cordially invited,:,;
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afford easier landings for aircraft and 1963. the Blue Angela were North Brsvard! Counly cams!],7nhendquartera
Also a lighted wind "T" led by Lt. Cmrd. Ken Wallace candidate fore Governor( ; Virgil The bud'! 't.rr. I' Sratw, ,""Milriri' ". is spending
sad runways make It possible to whose parents Mr and ),frl.P. rF".u Schcnck of CkoNState Senator ., located at J17V4 South V\\ r. :Monday $|nd Tues '.7 touring

land in foul weather or at night H. Wallace live at 307 Nldy Ilrrxhel K. Mays of South legion Avenue, will bn open j Prey lid N'JQrsnge counties and

Also Improvements that can Ave. During this time several Melbourne BelCh and R. W. days a week from 9 I.m, 1 w..1l. tf,nUi! !? ills tour Teusd.-n
Crady of Rotkledgt; State
readily be seen are the construct. new records were established in e4s
ion of two sets of "T" hangers for number cf demonstrations produced Representative; Mel Fvtncr and pro-! sw.Jti t\. a television. appearChill1neJ -

aircraft. These are presently by the group. Wally J fasselbiinf cf TilusvilleCo Senator and Mrs. Mat hews wit 9 8, Orlando,

housing about 20 aircraft: and an- Oliver activities are planned/ by Arthur Dunn Airpark Sctnt Of Conning Event .int.. Commissioner, Dlat, btf special guests al a luncheon to 10 pou.lfBRARY .

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2 (Florida' ) Stir(0\ Monday, March 30(), 1964.TltVlvllle



i. Therapist Club Speaker Is round town I



l ltll Natot And Nofegp
MM. Nina Ransom speech Phone 2673994 wltk barbara carlAon
/ North Breroard -
therapist In the Erevard Schools,

? t will be the guest speaker to- Good newel! At least for all in "Annie Get Your Gun... ell kinds
night at the Indian River City Ever so thankful for the American -
who misled the first two performances Supporting roles In the plays
Woman't Club meeting of Mask and Hammer's are bv Walter Fanton as Uncle minds

s. J After enrolling at Purdue "Death of a Salesman" a Ben, "Roger Drohan as Charlie, Rough, tough and fearless
University, she learned of the when necessarily so
Bernard
little over a week ago. The Eckvaid Fanton as
great need for speech therapistsand Drama Club at Titusville High Marion Topper as The Woman, And unafraid beyond compare

Gateway Club upon visiting Purdue's is sponsoring an additional per- Wayne Stanley as Stanley, Mel Letting each and every American .
Speech Clinic, she Impressed
was so
formance Wednesday at 7:30( va Cummins and Sara Dees as knowDn's
al she made a definite decision of happiness, a nation to
c pm. in the T.H.S. auditorium Miss Forsythe and Letta Any-
to make this her lifework
Will Elect for students, faculty and any one planning to attend the per. share
one else who would like to take formance Is requested to phone Kindness and gentleness these

Mrs. Ransom majored in this opportunity to see the play. Wanda et 267-3618 or Al ElmoreAt were his traits
New OfficersA Speech Pathology and minored Outstanding performance by 267.5400 for tickets. Ever thinking of mankind, a
jn Audiology and Psychology.A .
salute he rates
Al Elmore as Willy Loman, Reggie
all graduate of Purdue Univer Never thought of himself,
of
special meeting members : Pelham of the Gateway Welcorm r v sity, she holds a B,S. degree burn as Happy and Betty Kiddas Mrs. George Roesser of Long even for awhile
which she received in 1959 and Island is a guest at the home of
Wagon Club will be held a Linda in addition to ex- Never a frown, but always a
after further Mr. and Mrs Ira Nobles
study in various
10( a.m. on Wednesday in tht traordinary lighting techniques smile
Friendship Room of First Federal v'r + Veterans Hospitals in California make the play a must for all Rich:: and everyone of us, witha
I, Savings and Loan Assocla i ; Ir and Washington, D. C she returned theatre goers( !: (and non-theatre Mr. and Mrs. Warren Chinn and saunas s in out heart
to Purdue where she two children of Long Inland arc
tion. k goers loo). Don) quite realize yet Whyhe
prepared a thesis In speech pathology visiting their parents, Mr. and
The election of new officer'! __ and received her Masters The dramatic story by Arthur Mrs C A. Chinn, on Riverside had to part.
___ will be remembered
will be held at this time. The Drive. Yet he
slate of officers, prepared bj degree in 1961 Miller has to do with the last forever and ever,

the nominating committee, 1 In While living in Indiana, she days of a failing salesman who Jack Crannell Jr, a student at Forgotten! by none of us, no,

eludes Liz Fryslle, president;i :d taught in Howard County seeks to find out, by a tragic Frederick Military Acaaemy, not ever.
Margaret Eads, first vice-presl Schools and after moving to New series of soul-searching revelations Portsmouth, Va., Is spending the The letter thanked Bill for

dent; Nancy Snyder second vice York, she worked a year with of the past life he has lived Easter vacation with his parents, his! "thoughtful me sage" and

president; Jeanette Kostokos, recording > .......... .. .. .. -'-' >' -._, ,'_ '.... .c. .............,. the mentally retarded at a clinicon with his wife, sons and business Mr. and Mrs Jack Crannell, 1335 also saId, "It I is Mrs. Kennedy'swish
secretary; Rita Novotny,, Long Island. associates\ just where and how Indian River Ave. that your request for a
NEW OFFICERS FOR F.FW.C.-New Marquette, Melbourne JWC, president ; While teaching In Copiagtif, memento of
corresponding secretary; Florence he has failed to win success and pho'ograph, as a
Cato, treasurer; and Pat'; officers elected! at Wednesday's meetingof Mrs: J. W. Plumb, Indian River City New York Public Schools, her happiness The play is often the President, be filled" Bill
District 6, Florida Federation of Woman's W.C., first vice president; Mrs. K. J, La- husband Mr. and Mrs Millard II Murray -
accepted a position the the let.
Fiction, historian. Installation described as "a thrilling workof plans to put picture,
: Clubs, were, from left, Mrs Gil- Prade, Melbourne SWC historian and of East Haven, Conn arc
with RCA at Cape Kennedy of the ina
of these officers will be held deep and ter and a copy poem
revealing
bert Goahorn! ( Titusville JWC, corresponding Mrs: J, J. Condes, Titusville! SWC, chap- beauty. guests at the home of Mrs. lIIurray's -
15 at the where he is engaged in Math frame to hangin
April regular meeting large
Members of the cast received picture
secretary; Mrs. H, D. McDonald, lain. Carlson Photo brother, N E. Jones here
Last week members of the Research She resigned her their superb directions from his ofllee A very nice mem
Cocoa JWC, treasurer; Mrs. William F. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kamradof
club were busy helping with the e position there and upon ap talented Wanda orial to JFK:.
Wyckoff director
Winter Park visited Sunday at
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< -- -'- \, --"" -- -- ---- plication in Brevard she
grand opening of the new r County of MH
productions,
'J i'iW71; ; many the home of Mrs. Kamrad's parents
branch of First Federal Savings. ,., .' ... '" was accepted by the Public including "Showboat", and will Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Jones! The regular montly meeting of
and Loan Association in the Indian .l', ,I:" ', ;' .it ff. !TT'A. Hoard of Instruction and is be best remembered for her St Teresa's Catholic Woman'1

River Plaza shopping center : ', ;;" ;, teaching speech: therapy throughout role as Annie Oakley recently Herbert Ball and family of Club will be held Thursday

"J' ......... the county. Cocoanut Grove arc visiting at night at 8:00: p.m. in room 7 of
Helping with registration and t She, with her husband and Pythian SistersThe the home of Mrs. Ball's mother!: the school. Election of officers
handing out Easter baskets were two sons reside in Cocoa. Mrs George Brockett Sr., on Indian will take place at the meeting as

Florence, Cato, Margaret Eads,,, During the business portion of regular meeting of the River Ave.'cry well as the awarding of an

Margaret Kennedy, Doris Held ta. t sJ the meeting, 1964-63 officers will Pythian Sisters was presidedover Easter Ham All members are

ler, Dorothy Flnley, Lottie Ep- : be elected and all members are by Mrs Douglas Futch, A % impressive letter edged requested to bring their stubd.

pinger, Dagny Lane, Frances urged to attend this vitally important Most Excellent Chief, when reports in black was received by Bill to the meeting. The program

Pievibono, Nancy Snyder, Eve meeting. were read by various officer Nassau out at Brevard Secretarial will consist of films on the life
lyn.Clark, Kitty Swanger, Jean- Hostesses! for this meeting are and committees. last week, one that Bill of St. Gerard
1
cttq Kostokos, Gloria Rust, Diane ; Mrs. Richard Cromwell, Mrs. will no doubt cherish for many,
Mrs James D. Brown, president
Fisher, Helen Hermanson, Ann Ralph Jones, Mrs Jack Shaw, Mrs. Vernon Thomas, Ways many years to come. The letter al
of CWC, has called
a; and Means
chairman announced
Fast, Jean Cavanaugh, Rita air Mrs. Laurence Simms. of course, was from Jackie
A there would be a rummage sale meeting for the board of direc-
Novotny, Dreama Daniels, Ruth V Kennedy, the wife of our late
tors following Novena
Tuesday
April 3rd and 4th, also a card
Barnhart, Karen Tweedy and VFW Auxiliary party on June 30th President.Bill night in room 7.
Judy Davis A sent his condolences to theKenneely's
Visits County Home surprise anniversary party '
was given to Past Chief Mrs. Lee some time ago along Patients! at Jess Parnsh Memorial

Titusviii Members of the Titusville Auxiliary Tinnel who celebrated her 50th with a request for a picture of Hospital received a special
Florida
( ) Star.Advocat.
4228, Veterans of wedding anniversary March 25th. the late President and a copy ofa
: 1r Foreign treat on their trays yesterday:
ZalabII'h.dHMI: ) Wars, visited the patients at the Mrs. Walter Collins, Most Excellent poem written by his secretary, miniature Easter baskets filled

Published Monday. .,, t a wra Brevard County Home Saturday Senior, presented Mrs. Mrs. Betty Llndsey, "A SaluteTo with candies and wrapped in
\p. /4 \VrdnMdayi. By Tltuivtll t: )SUrAdVooal 'iWy- v Wte.O.a+ A "S VU.B. afternoon March 28th, and gave Tinnel.with a gift from the Temple JB-K", Betty wrote her poem purple, yellow and clear cello

r r... *,, In... each patent an Easter gift of : 'and Past Chief Mrs. Inez using the letters in Kennedy's phane. The cheerful little
At" The Mtir-Advocita attractive and colorful artificial Futch presented her with a gift complete name and it went like
l"Ja' ;. M Main Bulletin: Street ._n_. ,_ ___ flowers potted in green contain. from the Past Chief Club Mrs. this: baskets were made by Girl

Tltinvllle 82780, Fit. .SPRING SALAD LUNCHEON Titus From left are Mrs. Arthur Coleman. Mrs. ers. Tinnel also received gifts from Joyous smiles were always Scouts in troop 73 and carried

Henry H. Hud.on. Fit.*. ville Jr., Woman's Club members served II.: J. LaPrade, Mrs. S. T. Lilivcrop, pres- Other gifts distributed among members.The upon his face, warm little messages from the
Mr.. Hare} g Hudson, V-P a Spring Salad luncheon to visiting mem ident of Melbourne Sr WC, Mrs James the patients were unique artificial table was beautifully decorated On behalf of the whole human girls such as "Happy Easter"and
Robert H. Hudion Seey-T,..... bers of District 6, Florida Federation ofWoman's Davidson luncheon chairman and Mrs banana trees including buncnes In gold and refreshmentswere "get well soon." Four girls

8'CODd-CI.. P1oMda..1 poetaai paid a' Tlto.Yllle .- Clubs, following a meeting recently Murphy Wardman, co-chairman. of bananas and a little chimpanzee served by the officers. raceHeart of gold, for young or old. elected to deliver the baskets to
in the Woman's Club building. Carlson Photo in each tree These were donated Reports were given by delegates Never a thought too brazen or dietician Betty Abbott were
by Mrs. Mary McDonald, to the district 3 meeting in Wanda Sparks, Sarah Nail Ter-

I Legion Auxiliary Scottsmoor H. D. Club Meets At Hallums Shell Craft and Gift Shop on Orlando. bold.Friend to everyone that he ry Hock and Maudee Kelly,
South Dixie Hwy, Indian River We're the
Plauded For Work sure patients Easter
The Scottsmoor DemonstrationClub "Gre?: t Art" from "Meditationfor WWI Group To Meet knewIn
GRAY HAIR? away from home was made a
By VA, HospitalsThe held its monthly meeting ol11en." City.The patients enjoyed listeningto a way people knew he was little less lonely because of the
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Plans were made for a work Easter Hymns played on the Titusville Barracks and Auxi-- true blueThinking

Rehabilitation chairmanof Grover Hallum shop on March 31, 10 a,m. to piano by Mrs. W. W. James, Sr. liary of Veterans of World War first of his country! ladies thoughtful deed of these young

Titusville Unit No 1, Amer Mrs. Robert Allen presided 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Quay The Auxiliary will resume it's 1 will meet Wednesday, April 1, in all he did

scan Legion Auxiliary, has re The meeting opened with Pledgeto Broylcs when the ladles will work session Thursday, April 2nd at the Titusville Legion Home. Zealous In his work, 'trying to

Make it ceived letters from the three the Flag; club collect was work with tin cans and make at 11 a.m. at the home of Mrs. covered rid

V A. Hospitals. in Florida, com- read and Mrs. Hallum read wall decorations. Plans wen also Edw. Cribbins, Auxiliary Hospital : Grievances, hate and strife forOGILVIE I JANSSEN
dazzleOGILVIE mending the unit on the qualityof made for a white elephant sale chairman. Each member is urged Louis Pepper is commander of ;

( the comfort articles sent by ion birthday party the unit gave April 11 at the home of Mrs. to attend bringing her own the Barracks, and Mrs. Johanna I
them. Rost with to the sandwich and sewing equipment. Trumbull is auxiliary president I
Titusville Post No. 1 on March proceeds going Articles sent to Bay Pines, 17th newly) formed Scottsmoor Volunteer .4.: ;;;: ,,,. I.ruz
Lake City and Coral Gables by The next meeting of the unit Fire Deportment. 'J <
glamorizegray the local unit Included lap robes, will be April 13th, when Mrs Election! of officers was held ROCK GARDEN NURSERY ; t::?:. '. \"

and pillows for wheel chair patients J, J. Condes will introduce the with the following to be installed 3225 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY ". ( f\\ ,;>. :,; /
; ditty bags, white athletic girl chosen to attend Girls State In June: Mrs. Curtis Futch, e ...r TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA \I': : i991J

locks, scuffs and yarn to knit this year She will be chosen by president; Mrs Robert Allen, I I Palm Trees 10' 12' 15' :, ''r11 11 11'I :

bed socks. the faculty of Titusville High vice president and Home ?. ... .!> "ilAIi
Mrs Jack Bell. 12th District School, with the approval of the grounds chairman; Mrs. Lyle wAl'' Price IncliJtsS / ..,..,,. ..
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'y president a 'member of the unit. There will also beI short Gillenwattr, secretary; Mrs. < 't. '.I

Frnnk Huddleston{ Unit in Melbourne report on the Child Welfare pro- Price Hall, treasurer; Mrs. Edward New Shipment All Types Plants'! .. ';-1 "f'7 ( )

Z\(\ made her official visitto gram of the Auxiliary in Florida Rost, Council delegate and Peat Pots Flowers Plants Evergreens I.: ....';:; ui ..-J;, ,

the unit Monday 'night. She at this meeting health: chairman.The .,. A>Rs Trees- Vines LandscapePhon J 1 "

J. complimented the,unit for having On April 27th, Mrs. Condos subject of "Color in: the 27-2919 W 'aXJl
all mandatory funds paid and will present Mrs Roy Forward, Home" was discussed by MIS.; IF WE DON'T HAVE IT, WE WILL GET ITI

A brand new conditioning on the ayer,olj' work of the unit, who will talk! on Ecuador. Rev. Rost, stressing color schemes, !
hair color rinse to make all especially .membership, which and Mrs. Forward were mission- mixing and harmonizing: of) tiWit: {

shades of gray more beauti! : now stands at bout 130 per. aries in Ecuador for 14 years. colors ':'I':! '"

ful. Ogilvie Glamorize Gray cent of quota,She- also gave the The unit is studying this country The April meeting will be held SkilletSPECIAL _.... .
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rekindles dancing hlllhllghts, rules for the' Poppy Corsage as its Foreign Relations program in the home of Mrs. Warren ,

gives new youth and body to contest which'the unit will enter this year Hawthorne. it

gray hair.. takes away any ;: The film "The Ultimate Mrs Hallum served refresh [

hint of drabness or yellow. Miss Pam dreco, j junior chair Weapon" will be shown at the ments to Mrs Robert Allen,

Special conditioners leave I man, reported)) at' the meeting Legion Hall on April 8th, by Mrs. Price Hall, Mrs. O. Zira- SHADES IsU&s
hair .
manageable, excitingly
that at least six of the junior Arthur Toils, teacher at THS mer, !Mrs. Lyle GillenwateK
lustrous. and results last
members would assi the This i is judged as the best film Mrs. Walter Locke, Mrs Quay FOR TUES. YOUTH
for weeks. Easy-to-apply gel OF
Cancer drive. The juniors are released on the (dangers of Communism Brovles, Mrs. Warren Hawthorne .
In 6 fashion shades 2
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making Easter baskets for tray to the United States, Mrs. Rost and Mrs. NEVER BEFORE
per package, $2. TBONESTEAK No drastic dye no short
favors for the Jets Parrish The public. is invited. Curtis Futch. lived rinse but a hair SUCH QUALITY AT
Memorial, Hospital and\ have of. color treatment
DOROTHY GRAY you can' SO LOW
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Let Us Make Comfortable shampoo In. Ogilvie Shades'
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color. It conditions with vital
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president, reported on the Ls>g- I $109 and body. Color lasts I family owned and
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Mardi Gras Theme Of Meeting ,f


L'Ih'. Scout Pack 310 held (Its buys gave a very wiggly rendition drawn I I I

monthly Pack Meeting at the of a musical number by the Den 5, under the leadershipof
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<' \ ,it Center March 26 Den 2, Beatlo The Cubs were com Mr. Deo MeCafftrty gave a wylyp s

under the leadership of Mrs! pieta with mop.tops, loese joints, demonstration on whistling It <4 COUPON fUEl & WED. SPECIALS
Nova Thuilow. opened the meet. guitars banjo's, rings, etc. The i it doubtful whether the Whistling 7 1
ing with the presentation of the boy klithered I to a record on would have warmed the
colors The Cub Scouts, their the phonograph. hearts of many Brownies but COUPON, __
parents and friends joined in repeating the parents liked it so much 0 I I ; ?1
Den, 3, under the leach( hip In singing the tune.
: the Pledge of Allegi they joined COLGATE
unce jj' of Mr?. Betty Hill identifiedand The tune was Hail. Hail TheGang's PASTEFREE
j. modeled costumes
some "
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1 1 he theme of the meeting was normally found) during a Mardi iJ
After the last skit was performed I WORTH 45e IN EACH
Grus-, festivity The Cubs identified
Mardi Gras Cuos were dressedin a troop of Webelo Indians 46C'CARTON
and modeled such character -
costumes that depicted a fun appeared on the stage and com Cubs In Mardi Gras CostumesCuhmaster
filled at a court jester. who was Reg 69c KIng Size
celebration. There
were
resplendent'with bells and a long mantled Kenny McCalhster to LlmI 1 .,1" cancan. Thnwh w.... '/1II
costum of the wildest imagination come forward Kenny was Barrett made th ui:c Miss Teeter Hallum is was Robin Coium, from !Merrill I 1
tailed caps a large clown complelo -
The individual skits presented quizzed on the ways and desires announcement about the proceeds the teacher and Mrs. Willis! Island, wh.3 Is visiting Ms cousin
with bulbous nose a straw-
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by each den were! enthusiastically of the Webelo tribe After from the Indian River (laird Mrs. Kenneth Kindsvater Gary Rhinehart These tW( COUPON
hatted beatnlcK) with a whip _.
it
received by one of five favorable answers he wan City news column being equally Mrs Gail Rogers Mrs. John boys along with Freddie and 1 Li
sombrero hattfrd Mexican
the largest crowds of parents and. twirling. accepted into the tribe of Web divided between the Cub Scouts Grcens. Mrs. Erie McLcndonMr Gene Fredericks! have: been:; IPRELL C SHAMPOOTE OI
friends to attend a Pack Meeting clo Boy Scouts and the Little Lea ,. Ollie Davis and Mrs. spending! part of their holiday ( I

Mrs Helen Hopkins', Den 4 Kenny was presented his Webclo gue.. Everyone was reminded of ChurlM Bowman assisted in the CBT! 'p:ng out and fishing The!I Reg. 1.39 Family
Den 1, under the leadershipof Cubs presented an animal Easter patch and tomahawk and his their responsibilities in forwarding cook ing. The Principal Luther lojs) have been cooking their) I I Sin Tuba of
Mrs. Stella Zirnfuss presented parade The animals rang braves hcadpeiece the news to Col. Boshoff Roger, and the curriculum co- own meals over an outdoor fire t I I Famous Prell Con 84e e

a musical novelty They ed from chipmunks to hound After these ceremonies were The attendance award was onlmater, Mrs Muriel Chreist.jtt Mi. and Mrs. Bill Colon and I j cent rat. ShampooI

clapped thiir: hands In cadence dogs. Their message was Cubn18ster-' 'tt""" won again by Den 1 under the : ruled the breakfast. Thechildt.1 son Robin formerly of) this city, t I wild C.....* Thravtli', MM4QT. 4f'I
and then asked the audience to "why not go into the wood on over arr presented leadership of Mrs. Zirnfuss This enjoyed the preparet love recently moved to Hampton I I
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cards for i
identify the tune. The tune Easter Sunday': or "the animal Jr.embenhp! t Ion of the breakfast as much as Homes on Merritt Island, I
of 1964, and is their: second award in a row.
was Yankee, Doodle." After promenade"The the the fallowing Scouting awards year Kenny MeCali They: are really giving the other tiny enjoyed eating the food COUPON I

the audience identified the tune Cubs also gave a realistic =tcr Lion Badge, One Gold Dens a race for the pennant From New York ,
everyone, Cub Scouts, parents demonstration of putting a bar and two Silver Arrow Points; Mr*. McCrfferty's Den 5, led In Vermont THERMOS
and friends, Joined in singingthe Mr. end Mrs. Merle H(>pklns
in a box and sawing him in half. Danny Rabinson Bear Badge, the closing ceremony The Cubs Mrs. Kitty Bair, a former ,
song while the Cubs clappedout of Ja'l1rl'OWn, N Y.. their son KEPSIT 2.35
Reg.
The act was great all the way One Year Pin: Dale Thurlow formed Living\ Circle and repeated winter' resident, writes f1'011St.. 49
the rhythm.The and his family, Mr and Mrs #2433
up to and including where both Denner Stripe: Johnny Hill Assistant the Cub Scout Promise. Johnsbury. Vt. that they still Duane Quality 1-
Hopkins of 63) Van Thermos
next skit presented was by halves of the boy climbed out of Denver Stripe: Jeff Bar A try one joined in singing "God ore having freezing weather and guard Lane I ""W I Bottle Quart
Mrs Thurlow's Den 2. The the box before the curtain was i rrtt Silver Arrow Point; Tom Dies America and Good Night a Iltt:\ snow [J]

--- I my McKinney Gold Arrow Cub Scouts." She owns her own home on a Urn,. 1 with Cui.* Thr uth ;VVtd< 4/1 '

Point: Mike Robinson! Denner farm near that city, and it H From West Virginia
Stripe and a Year Pin. Easter Breakfast so isolated that each winter it Mrs. Gussle! Young, of Clen.
/ After the awards were pre The First Year Regular Advanced is closed up and really prepared denim W. Va arrived Friday for COUPON

: rented! Mr. Barrett and Assis Class! at Coquina Elementary for winter. She writes she nn extended visit with her son
WHAT tant Cubmaster: Robinson thanked School held an Easter would have liked to be in her Max Youiv: and his family 337 [ RAPID SHAVE I

% the Cubs and patents for the Breakfast Wednesday This was .own home at Easter but the (See IRC NEWS Page( Five) I
wonderful cooperation shown by a culminating activity to a uniton ..water is frozen and her plumb SHAVE BOMB
Another Bank ? the Cub Pack for the Scout Exposition food The children planned ting would not stand up. So, she; I I Reg. 9.63/4 c:. 49C

<< the menu!, did research on the ,\has to wait for warm weathl'r. Bomb For Smooth

Cub Stout Pack 310 won first recipes and cooked the meal in 1 .. Shovel .
Visit I v.'JlWIJ Llm'' I w th c.u.." Through W.d 41Spanish
-- place for the whole Canaveral the classroom. The menu consisted ( oJ
District for their display of salt of scrambled eggs, bacon, ,j A guest at the Ed Rhineha i I
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: Letters From (Our Headers If housing you have, list rental it in


I EditorialsA The Star-Advocate'!


Latin America's Problem friendly nations, which desire -

the answers to the problems of

.. Editor: Latin Americans. These nations -
World Of Problems Of The pbjact of the Alliance for are making efforts to reduce -
Magic Electricity Progress and the Peace corps, the problems of political SEEJIHEREry
.. it I in said, is to end illiteracy, !
fanaticism, and -
We live In a world of problems of almost every )V pacify political factions, reduce disunity, geography
But all these efforts
We seldom think of the luxuries which
: ? ,. conceivable kind from a nagging war in Vietnam to pamper us the burden of overpopulation, will be wasted unless the latinos
for have become
the racial conflicts at home. they so commonplace. and modernize the antiquated .
: help out by conquering one thing, -

.'. This has a numbing effect there is so much to consider Turn a faucet and there is hot water; turn a dial and of agronomy Latin America of the trouble. spots themselves. '

... and decide that the average citizen, and those who there i is warmth, there is music, the clothes are washedor 'These! ideas have their merits; W Indian G. Rodriguez River e 13 -

.. represent him in the government, arc often in a state of dried, and with the flick of a switch darkness is gorie1(!. geography: disunity, fanaticism, City
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wonder and confusion. Pure magic accounts for all this and it is called cle' and Irruption do create dreud 1964 SUPER MINX
Unrest prevails in almost of the in ful 1 problems for Latin America, HILLMAN
ever corner globe, tricity Reprinted recently a utility company maga Would Impeach Warren
In one form or another. Our World -. dely has becomeso zine was the following definition of electricity which but, there exists another cause STATION WAGON..THE ONLY
which, unfortunately, has been In the interest of the preservation -
complex' today that we hardly know who our allies has as much truth as humor in it: "Electricity is some- Greatly chretjarded. This for of the Supreme Court IMPORT WITH U.S.

: will be tomorrow. thing that starts the Lord knows where and endsin gotten; ( factor is . the "soch'l and its vital position in our governmental ECONOMY

: The ever-present threat of Communism is creeping the same place. It is 1/36 of a second faster on its cause". system of checks and AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION!

in directions, and from its stronghold in Cuba is threat- feet than its nearest competitor, backyard gossip and The social factor's main weapon balances, a grassroots effort is Spaciousness, economy, European styling, British -

: ening all of Latin America. when ti:rned loose in Europe will get to the United State is the t tjplcul I 'latinos themselves taking place all over America. craftsmanship and fully automatic U.S. trans-
The effort is directed towardthe
: DeGaulle, it would appear, is challenging our leadership five hours before it starts. Nobody knows exactly what The vanity und selfishness Imppichment' of Chief Jus million! No other compact wagon offers you to

: at his every turn and envisions himself ai an authority it is, because: it has never stood still long enough "'. which frequently exrmpli'v tuce Earl Warren much. See it loonlHOLLAND!
r the latinos have Icd to the
: po. on present world affairs with a workable solution Investor-owned electric companies across the nation list or intolerance and irresponsibility Warren's record of 62 out of M@fORS

: to all problems jet, only recently, widespread strikes supply some GO percent of the power used. Their customers towards the need for 65 munists decisions and in their favor of Com 1208 Hopkins Titusville 257-6404
: prevailed in his own France. moral codes for a balance between programs -OVERSEAS DELIVERY ARRANGED-
for electric and in the
pay power bargain are gettinga mikes one wonder at his loyalty

:: ".., Our present role calls for an end to our timidity a- constantly higher standard of living. In industry, be- better social means classes of agriculture., and for .

: bout calling a spade a spade and down to business it The Prayer Decisions the
settling cause can multiply man's efforts and abilities in so They desire only those rights

: 1'r in dealing with those who choose to differ with our many. ways, electricity is the all time champion of boosting which will afford them pleas Civil turmoil Rights Decisions, the strife I COCOA DIRECTORY I
and they have created
: ". policies and would now bite the hand that led them productive capacity.In ant, although meager, lives. has accomplished exactly what
: through two World WarsLet's Unfortunately, the latinos
the Communists wanted and
1960, the electric power used in industry was the have remained indifferent to theaesthetic
:4. Accessories
maintain our policy of helping those who would could not do themselves. Pianos Organs Guitars -
of 420 extra pleasures of life, whichdo
equivalent men helping each factory workerin
: help themselves by joining in our efforts to curb further the United States "(o much to raise mea from The American is beginning to HI-Fl. __1 n7I 0 Gibson
stir and awaken to the fact that
: :: Communist expansion throughout the Free World We the mud to the earth. Because of Stereo "I! Guitars

: cannot accomplish this alone but we can, and must, The future of electric is unlimited. such social vices, it Is difficult our once great Supreme Court Records = USICSHO l Bond
power Buildingto has degenerated to championingalien Players Ni-.............. .. Instruments
: :y provide the leadership by putting our best foot forward meet it is a job of Immense proportions. Electric companies to will comprehend put to good how use the the latinos privileges : causes and are completely Expert Rtpalr on All Band: Instruments

: on important issues that can mould the destiny of World in the U S. expect to spend around $140 billion and scientific advancements disregarding the precedents set. 58 S. Atlantic Phone SU 3.7731 Cocoa Beach
: Peace. It is most imperative that exert this leader. dollars in I oy the Court over the last hundred ----
we the next 20 years to boost their capability to brought to them by the

: ,ship, now! 492 million kilowatts over three and a half times the Peace Corps and the Alliance and fifty years. AUTO SALES & SERVICE MOBILE HOMES

1960 level ., for Progress It is incrediblethat Earl Warren, as Chief Justice, NOVA TRAILER SALES
all latinos, either rich or must be made to answer for his HUNTER 21 Different Floor Plans
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r. Simmer To A Boil educated illiterate actions fo Choose Fromrlulaal.ANU
poor or ,
If the investor-owned electric industry of this coun- A letter the' LINCOLN, MERCURY, INC.
to
or postcard PACKWOOD
havp, to greater lesser degrees -
try remains free to plan and build by 1980 electricitymay or Brcvard Committee To Impeach (Lincoln Continental Lincoln mnVA; .MJMLTTb TITAN -
almost( all of these vices. PlbDVIOVTtu
The Cuban situation which lies 90 miles
grave some still remain "something that starts the Lord knows the exceptions are few. It is Earl Warren, P. O Box 258, Eau Sales Parts Service .y Torn. .'r., llrllvrry It (Hi.t t p
south of Florida, has ceased simmering and is apparently where" but it will end up where the people of Amer'J' also incredible that the aboveare Gallic, Fla will bring further Good Ustd Car t Ml :N. ..f ('iHiin t. (H. No I
coming to a boil. information and positive plan of 1445 W. King Cocoa 636.2382 Tel SI-NH4IHONDA _
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ica need it and in the quantities required. not simply the vices of
Under Fidel Castro, Cuba has become a hornet's nest f latinos; the above defines the action, for those interested. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION 4

of Communist subversion aimed at Latin America and latinos James A. Nitz CoChairmanHAPPY

the whole of the Western The War On r PURE AUTOMATIC
hemisphere. larger this Poverty Because of their social vices,
nest becomes, the harder will be the task of dislodging the latinos\ will have tremendous TRANSMISSION AUTOMATIC CO. .
COMPLETE ;) { -
': the Reds. President Lyndon Johnson has submitted to Congresshis pioblems when they try to rule BIRTHDAYTuesday TRANSMISSION SERVICEOn -.>
ernstlvts Latin All MakesFINANCING
The recent water incident at Guatanamo has left $962.5 million plans for an all-out war on poverty._ .:' will collapse, for they governments are as March 31
; /feelings'' tense in Cuba. Several Cubans, aware of the All Work Guiranteedl MOTORCYCLESHAM'S
The call for the establishment corrupt, as Incongruous, and as Roland Page Johnson .
plans of a "job corps"for 229 Forest Av., Cocoa, 136-9944 CYCLE CENTERSNO
: many advantages afforded by the base are unhappy over disorganized as the whocomplse
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100,000 youths; the financing of community antipoverty Vicki Ann Jodts BICYCLES SCOOTERS MONEY DOWN 3 yr*. to pay
: : the turn of events. For 60 years the base has been an the governing bodies II G. Hurder SU King Cocoa -
plans; helping needy students work their wav 101''HI Ralr 1, .ic| t:nil nnllln'
e Important part of)1fc. that of the Orjente The latinos must educate
Province
;.: .section! Mrs Brad Bollin MAGNOLIA
through.college;'and to provide grants and loan to smalt' Limbrtth Scooters PLAZA, TITUSVILLEul
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the biggest the best themselves Th ,
h'' employer, paying wages, and "' ey -must learn Dick Roche Schwlnn BleycttiNow I'el ls Srt' Ii' Au.amioiu11NiKil ,
farmers and businessmen1 poverty-stricken areas.; '* t Two \I tll.1.1! bra H"ni,>uni"'
-t. about tha enormous
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Sounds like a good program intent-and-purpose- Wednesday, April 1 All Makes
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a .t. pave gone from bad to worse, with little chance of im wise but, like all such projects, is solely dependent on with the rules of Guy Duff Wyatt't Enterprises, Inc. Guitars Drums. Banjos Etc.

e provement. This could be the beginning of the end for proper administration in order to be effective in the mans democratic governments:( ; they Mrs. II C Hancock Next to Cocoa High School 632.0600 Gibson, Fenders Grttsch, Martin.

the Castro regime and the United States could well nor intended.. : must study agronomy, economics Mrs. II. J. Carrow CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Mammoth Slingorland 0901rs, Kay
and sociology, But before Stock of Sheet Muiii
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seriously as the situation worsens. economy
bUMS do all these
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181 held their annual Harvest munity, and thus readers seethe I F r TWELVE YEARS IN THE SAME LOCATION 'bd
Supper Thursday at 6.30: first edition of ; :x:
evening Whispering

I /Indian River City NewsContinued I joint p.m. Following meeting was the held supper, openedin a Pines' Trailer Court news. .,':';:. >' :.-:: I AT WHITAKER ELECTRIC INC.c.i |

the Fourth degree by Indian Mr and Mrs. Raymond Moore, <". I.) Gel More For Your Money! i iIB.
( From Page 3)) zano, formerly a commercia! Mound Grange with Worthy who have been guests since January ; j1. i N NW
.
caterer in Burlington Vermont Master John Geil In the Chair. r. !
( Vanguard: will return to their homeon ;
Lane will he the chairman in chargeof The Indian River Grange Degree Lake Bull Shoals, Arkansas, .era : rL't ; < 0
.
the food and will serve her Staff conferred the third early next week. SELECTIVE LOADS bw.
Sowing BAt .. celebrated meatballs sauce and degree with Dorothy Bowley In 7' : 12-POUND MIXEDIHhatpainl < M
spaghetti the Chair. This degree was con Mr. and Mis. C. R. Ernst havejust '''I II..I'. .Milid h""I" .+/-r tart/ ell
0:30 a.m. next Tuesday and ferred all members. :x: state S$) .,0. 111.11 cloth(e"a.0. < H.
Ticket Chairmen arc Mrs. by women returned from a short tripto f.. A S Z bOY" t t.hl,1I S wom.n'" $drnsscon's 3
next Wednesday mornings a Irene Boshoff for advance sales Indian Mound Grange Staff West Palm Beach. ... / shins 2 boyS'huts 2,nldht, lownlnl :x::
s sewing bee will be held at the I dllhcloth /d.lh tows S h nasacm.ls 0
end Mrs. Gentile will be chairman Conferred the Fourth Degree ::: '"o""n's" blows 1 men's''lIsh.t. 2"''on', ?.
Central Baptist Church for the with VVorihy: Master John Geil n andenhlrb 1 bur m.n'unarb .ur 1 '1:1IX
:
In charge of the door at this
Mr. and Mrs. C II. Dodge are en lab1 child'1 aaysa't a chJd'1 I nay nl'
purpose of making choir robes. function. Mis Doris, Hoover will\ in the chair. returning to their home in lliru- : J chold'' d...... 1",.n'.,hlt-.lhart s'lI.e' 0W
Those who can, are asked to .(On.of ii lads lined I0."r book.)
be in charge of tne beverages The following guests were Introduced dale, Mass., after spending thu ..xW ..
Inn? a sandwich, for lunch anda
Mrs. Muriel Graham of the and welcomed: State winter. Mrs. Dodge has a 500 I
sewing machine. salad, Mrs. Diantha Pirtle in Deputy Frederick Verney and acre farm where he raises 1
charge of the bread, while Mrs. Mrs. Verney; District Deputy Christmas trees and he markets 0' dr > Ptr
Vcrnele John Geil and Mrs. Ceil; Rich- d
Central Activities Vaughn 1\11':1.: Slaby them over the entire northeast.
and Mrs. Boshoff will exercise aid Bessie, Master of Riverside :c5dL
7:30 p.m. Tuesday Y.W.A's general supervision over tha Pomona Grange and Mrs. Dcssie; Mr. and Mrs. P. H.( Cowlin
meet at Church; 7 p.m. Wednesday tables. Charles Wintcrmute Master of from St. Cloud, parents of the
oflicers and teachers meet. Vero Reach:: Grange No. 1D9. and
Those' serving will be Mrs. new owners of the park, visited
trig; Thursday from 10 a.m. till Mildred Welly. Mrs. Ethel Atkinson 1\1n. Wintermute; their son and daughler-in-law WASHERFEATURES
3 p,in., Y.W.A. Leadership and Mis. Marie Gilliam.All Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Ha&krl of last Wednesday.
Course ; Thursday, all day members of the club are Athol Orange No. 175. Athol,
Church wide Visitation; Friday, asked to bake cookies and cup Mass; Mr. and Mrs. John Kings- After spending severaleeks
10 a.m. till 1230: p.m., Y.W.A. cakes. Proceeds will be for the bury of Southbridge Grange No. as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. ]Hal 1"NQUITE
1, Leadership Course. Home Demonstration Scholarship 1J2. !Mass\ ; Harold Bimson, Past llollificld, A. B. Brand Fore
Loan Fund and for the kitchen Master cf Vernon Grange No. 93, man for American Bridge Co. TilE GAL Shirley MacLaine a: (Irma of "Irma
Camp Clov.rltf fund for the Civic Center.At Pennsylvania. has returned to his home in Birmingham La Douce" a technicoloi corned which opened Sundayat N
this function, Mrs. Lillian There will be a Grange Picnic Ala. the Florida Theatre Shirley shares, starring roles W Q C
Mrs. Mary Sldby Mrs. Muriel Karberg and Mr. Catherine on Grange Island on Sunday, with Jack Lemon. M
I
Graham and Mrs. Lillian Kar- Hcllpc'nstcll, In charge, will stagean ,;: April :9. Riverside Pomona Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Slrickler -Ins-hope-to--make- -the potlucksupper -- Mo
berg met with of exhibit of all articles Grange will meet in Indian
representatives fabricated have returned to their home at affair
other" Home Demonstration and made by members duringthe River City Civic Center at 3 Marienville, Pa., after spending a monthly 7ut o toI
Clubs ft the Agricultural Center past year at their workshops. p.m. on Saturday, April 11th. the winter here. They plan to I-. ccxx
i' In Cocoa Thursday to make return next winter. Mrs Evelyn IJnk and son, II : : x"I
: initial plans for a Woman's Tourist! And Social Club Whispering Pines News Ili'ly ore! newcomers Mrs Link. ft666

I Camp Meeting this summer at Indian River City Tourist and Mr and Mrs, Clyde Cowlin "Mrs. Lillian Stiles is visiting formerly from West Virginia H I IN!3 -I-Iutp.o1.nr Fi
Camp Cloverleaf. On April 7th Social Club held their annual
formerly from Buffalo, N. Y., her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It.( B. employed by NASA.
there will be another meeting banquet and final meeting of the --- --- .
While -- -
arc the new owners and operators Deal in Portal, Ga. away FOUNTAIN FILTU WASHING ACTION,.
with representatives from the season at the Civic Center, Wed 0ill
of the Whispering Pines in Georgia Mrs. Stiles has rented -
other Cenral: Florida Countiesin nc day. Trailer Court. her' home.. to Mr. and Mrs. e DUAL LINT FILTH R
They
.. Lakeland. Mrs. Sue B, Young, Tables were beautifully decorated in are new Mellen C. Deshon. b
comers our midst and out
Home Demonstration Agent for and a dinner was preparedand Nol ALL PORCELAIN 0
toes our Welcome Mat to them.
Brevard County, Mrs. Graham, served by Mrs. Paul Mann
Several of the residents of the P
They are civic minded s .
Vice.President of the Indian River and her committee. Thirty nine a couple park pitched in and painted tho BEAUTIFUL SILHOUETTE STYLING 24
who want to help in
City Home Demonstration members were present. The they can. For example any, when way laundry room so that the job "J Just Another" IX: 0 M
Club and Mrs. Maxine Wagnerof regular meeting followed with
was done in one day.
thev heard that the Boy Scouts,
the: Meintt Island Home: Mi''s. Paul Mann in the chair. It
Cub Scouts and Little League
Demonstration Club will go to was announced that Roy Talbotwas Bank
were the beneficiaries of this St. Patrick's celebrated .
this Day was '
meeting and will\ help com in Jess ParrUh Memorial
column, they requested to be in LW470
by a potluck supper
plele the plans for the summer Hospital suffering from a heart
Camp. attack that Mrs, Enid Petersonand allowed to hand in every week the trailer park, attended by I
Miss all the news of their park com some GO( residents. The Cow-
Mary Taylor were better ,- All Porcelain
and able to attend meetings z
Spaghetti Supper again.
TWO SPEEDWASHERS
Indian River City Home Dem LaU r the members played :
onstration. Club will sponsor a games. This! meeting ended the
spaghetti upper Monday, April season and the winter-vacation $19870g
ing members north till next a
!lith commencing at 6 p.m. The go
President Mrs. Mary Slaby fall when this Club again becomes Start At
next to .
'' active
\M'l be hostess. Mrs. Pat Can your

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Pso.1 Tltvtvtlli(FtarMi) Stir. Advocate Monday March 30,.'''4
Mims Area Happenings



I Mulual Aid Plan Would Families Enjoy Easter VisitorsBy



Extend Eire Protection Gladys McLtndon it especially made Easter Sundaya Lauderdale

Miss Betty Jane Hudick and much happier day for them all.
brother, Charles Hudick and ton I
A million dollars worth of fire taken bythe Brevard County purpose of the Mutual Aid Plan
are visiting over the Easter holi Mr. Clyde Dixson and Dr. Robert B. HogueOptometrist
availableto F're' Chief's Association when lrlend.j
protection will soon be will heestablish methods of days with their father and grand. Miss Ruth Wilks, of
all fire departments in Bre President Dick Sietner, Chief of calling assistance in these emer lather, Mr Joe Hudick. They also rgia were Sunday visitors
vard County at no additional the Eau Galhe Fire Department, genies. visited another brother, EJ. Hud- Addie Bevil and Mr and Mrs.
ost.This, appointed a Mutual Aid committee The Mutual Aid committee r dick. Illgdon Bevil. Announces the new
will bo the result of action ; to establish a Mutual Aid headed' by Chief Don Gllroy of .,. e A location of his office

.Plan' fur !all fire departments in the Merritt Island Volunteer Fire 44- & Mrs. Alberta Duggins recentlyhad Miss Priscilla Cregan of Boston,. inPIRTLE
Ercvard' County.Recognizing Department, will: establish equipment as visitors her brother and Mms, has been a recent visitorin
Parrish that no community inventories, alerting pro- Iister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. the home of Mr.\ and Mrs. PLAZA
cuir,.afford to buy equipmentand cedures, command responsibilities Drumb, and nephew, Wally, from Arnol Worden and family Also TitusvilU, Fit.
maintain enough fire equip and other operating procedures DeLand. Mr. and Mrs William Durham Office Hours Phone
Hospilal merit to combat unusually large as necessary. from' Russell, New York stopped! 9.004:00: : AM 7-M1S
fires Sietner declared that the This Information will be writ Last Thursday, Mrs Joe Booth by for a'visit on their way to Ft.
ten into a formal' plan and sub and daughters, Cathy and Teresa -- --- -

Aclivily mitted to all county, city and federal L; ,. visited Mrs. Booth's parents,
Book Fair Opens government agencies in } .qY Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Parsons, I Brevard Lumber Company
Admissions and dismissals at Brevard County for approval. faA e 1 in LaDe 1141. They returned Saturday

Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital Once approved, the plan will READYMIXEDINTRANSIT CONCRETE
for March 21-23 were as .(follows: Tonight; Books establish a formal basis for par- Building Material Lumber Paint 9 Hardware
March 21 Mrs. Charles V. Poole who wasa t *
ticipating fire departments to WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSESLet
patient in JPM hospital last
Admitted: Titusville: Sylvia answer cnlls for assistance from Us Give You An Estimate -
week for came home on
surgery
Frazier, Joseph Blankcnship; Rides And Fun'Books" other! fire departments. Sunday morning. She is getting Prompt Delivery Phone AM 7.3831
Other: Daniel Forbes and
along fine Her family sure was
Henrietta Williams. "rides" and "fun"
Newcomers Hold glad to have her back home and
Discharged: Titusville: leo are the three key words: in plans
Gibson; Others: Little Roiwy, being.formulated for the annual Monthly LuncheonThe
Vonda Houston,. Mimi; David Book Fair at St. Teresa's School Garden ClinicThe
Florida Greeters
Levins, Orlando; and Floyd. 'sponsored by the Home and ers Club met Wednesday Ncwcpm-, March weekly Garden Clinic for
Cresstn.nn, North Carolina. School
\ Association. Chairman of 25, at the Whispering Mills I ornamental plants will\ be held
the event Mrs Mickey Menders,
March 22 Country Club for its monthly Tuesday morning from 10 a.m.
has called for all k
t
a meeting committee
'Admitted: Titusville: Martha: luncheon. until noon, at the County CourtHouse
chairmen and workers at
l Keels, Mane Little, Patricia O'- 8 o'clock tonight in the school to Mrs. Donald G. Kraft, the guest I i1' .n a 4'r In Titusville.
Quinn, James Edleston, Calob make final arrangements. speaker, demonstrated how to K Everyone is welcome to bringIn
Howell, Phyllis Stout; and Lisa make plastic trays and plates. "setr any plant problems they may
Brown. Ponies a train and a small She demonstrated and explainedto have, said S. A. Rose, Asst County -

Discharged: Titusville: Bonita ferris wheel from Florida Won the Newcomers how to arrange Agent.
derland will be the school the colors C
on the
on trays and howto r' r r
Lukacher, Dianne Powell, RoY'Gardner
and Doyle Frisbee; grounds for the festive occasion insert real butterflies, post. t Card Of ThanksTo /Wd Yy sell,Lr(iogrn.r G.m..n land
through the courtesy of II. C. cards or picture into the tray
Others Jewell Christ-
: Williams Kirk. Inside! the school parents Mrs. Thomas Finley, was pre the many friends who sent
mas. and children alike will enjoy sented with ,e.lovely multicolored flowers, and messages of comfort r SAVE MONEY ON
March 23 meeting their favorite fairly tale butterfly tray
; to those who said words of
Admitted: Titusville: Thomas! and storybook characters while Mrs. Raymond Zanetta, presU comfort. To those who gave physical SWIMMING POOL CHEMICALSCALL
Marcinko! Rebecca Burkett, browsing through the outstanding dent, read the bylaws, which assistance: to those who
Elva Daultan.( William Stoddard, collection of 1000 books for age were then voted on and passed by ,ea 'r gave- services unseen, I thank BOBO TROUP
.
David Mark, Roy Talbot James groups from kindergarten through the entire membership. The club .dtF you It would have been human.
Holland, Deborah Phillips, Car junior high school. members voted. to purchase two ly impossible for us to have CESCO SOFT WATER SERVICE
olyn Nelson, and Shelby Mow- Numerous door prizes will be mere Chest of-drawers for the I born. our loss, without each of TITUSVILLE
Ics; Others: Harley Canada, awarded during the three.day North Brevard County Home. you. The family of the late Mrs.
Rena, Ellis, and Lucy Strickland, event and will include a set of Mrs. John Kleffer, service ; Agnes Broome AM 7-1785
Mims; Helen Cumbie Scotti- Libby; glasses from O'Flanagan chairman announced that there F t, Mts. C. J. Morley, daughter SURVEYTODRAEY POOL
moor; and Tony Poteet, Indian furniture a Badminton set from would be a homemade goods 1 and ryM Victor T. Broome, son
Buyer City Eckerd Drugs a picnic basket bakery sale to be held Saturday, Herbert M. Broome son.

Discharged: Titusville: Joseph from Grants and many others May 2nd, at Pirtl Plazas FUN AT THE CARNIVAL-Upper photo shows a ferris -
Mrs. Dee Keitler,
The fair will be held in classroom programchairman
Blankcnship, Samuel Shell, wheel in operation during the Spring Carnival at Bay-
announced that the
Pauline! Luke; Others: Rudy Ed- "K" of the school on April view School while lower photo shows a "cowgirl" really
Newcomers Club would give
10, 11, and 12 with proceeds being a Post-bloom letdown
of the These two ?
wards, Henrietta Williams, Hawaiian Luau at the' Whispering enjoying riding one many ponies. were
used to purchase library of the carnival which
Mima.: Hills Country Club on April of the features attracted several I
books for the school.
Admitted: Titusville: Daulton 18th for members and' guests, hundred youngsters and adults.-S-A( Photos).

Gentrey, Norma Hall, Charles Mrs. Inca Crocken w present

7id; | Others: Eugene Deese, Hawkins, Slyvla Fraizer Fat- ed with the birthday floral center. 1
Q>coa. rlola O'Qiilnn, Frnnce Fikc, piece, donated by firs Fran ) ,
Partelow, owner of Flowers by
Discharged) Tltusrlllet Mar.well *
Ruby Day Thomas Marclnko
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Young, Donald Shasteen, Marie Little, Phyllis Stout, Lisa vice Fran President Mrs. Edward, represented Decker, the 1st c Where Do
William Stoddard, Willie Lewis
; Brown, James Eddleston, end
Newcomers
Club at the Pride
Others: Nancy Chamberlain Debby Phillips Others Daniel
; : '
Committee luncheon and
a
gave
Indian River City. Forbes, Deverly Runions, Gwen report to the membership.The YOUKeep
March 2S dolyn Owens, Terrance Canada, newcomers and guests
Admitted: Titusville: Loretta Mi mi; Michael Oliver, I.R.C.: present at the luncheon were
Hester Bill Goodwin Karen Andrew O'Neal, Christmas; and Mrs. Pat Sapp, Mrs. Eileen Your Money ?
Dpncan, Allen Jackson Teddy David Levins, Orlando. Cihdk Mrs. Vivian McPMtlips,
Ciscombe, Donna Cowart; Others Mrs. Earlene Doase, Mru
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of Titusville spring sports ball team with a 6-2 record will

,4 team will swing back into act. travel to Satellite tomorrow for
J' f By Capt. David A. Alba
AND I ion this week with a baseball a '.iru"! ?" bittle": and n second
VIEWS '
An annual cruise that many of game and a swimming meet tomorrow meeting

us have only dreamed about, will and more action dated Tituwille (High School's swim-

be coming true within a matter of for Wetlneichy and the remainder mini teams will meet Colonial

months. of the week here tomorrow and host Satellite

Mel Spencer, President of the Coach Morrcll Bailey's base Frldiy:

Local Miler Takesin Fifth Spencer eat Works, West Palm Coach Don Godwin's track

Beach, for the benefit of those Chief mechanic, Frank, the team will host Seabreeze Fla-

folks who have never met him, Is "marine surgeon", Frank h rida Military Academy, Rap
one "heck of a fine fellow! He's
usually Gallic and Satellite
a pretty busy man on Wednesday
an ardent and experienced boatman these cruiips Last year the and travel 1 to Melbourne Friday

( -"I answering the call of the "trouble flag" flew every now cvtning at 7:30: for their first

Annual Florida Relays Ryu "islands" whenever he Is able and then and Frank was probably night meet of the season.
to from business
get away which
beginning to wonder whether he The tennis team will be idl,
Is
Y generally several times a wouldn't be better off back in this this week and play in DeLand

J., year boatyard. He's a top man in his next Tuesday.

Titusvillc's Maury Roberts won This put Roberts) back In fourth High of Montgomery winning first .... ,>' About two years ago Spencer fiekl and you can bet the group I Is
fifth place In the mile and EauCallie's place, because Sjnard came from with 15.2.Eau ; organized a group cruise to the always happy t to( have him
Bahamas covering Grand] Dab-
dive Callaway took a the inside of the pack. Robertsran ? aboard. LaCroix Sfudys
Gallic's Steve Moody made ama and Abaco Inlands. Lastyear's
first in high The
jump Saturday during the three laps in 3:17.: Going company alw takes n
the Florida Relays in Gainesville Into tho final turn on the last lap, the semi-finals in the 100-yard KJittI cruise was Nassau via. dingy and an operator for the

They were the only athletes Gurganious sprinted around) Roberts dash but Callaway was the only I 'iI1.'t!"! """! Grand Bahama. convenience of those yachtsmenwho Airborne Combaf

from Brevard county to regIster to take over fourth place county athlete to pick up a first In July the cruise will returnto need transportation ashore

against the top high school Synard of Mobile won the event place. Callaway won the high Abaco and Its environs In the from time t to( time especiallywhen

track men in Florida with a record breaking 4:18.9.: jump at 62", four inches under I beginning invitations were sent to In anchorage where doc:,. T TechniquesHenry

i Roberts, one of nine Terriers Titusville'a other entries In fie: his unofficial record breaking Spencer's boating customers! and use h at a minimum and (lie

who( made the trip, ran amidst meet, was the 880 relay team, a performance in Winter Park sev their friends and since then tho boots have to anchor out, stmie-
45 others in the mile, during broad jumper, high jumper and a oral weeks ago. A junior at Eau list! of "friends" has grown time "rafting" together with J, La Croix, IV. air con.
trclman class lion
second! USN
,
rain that had left about two inch high hurdler. The 880 relay team, Gallic, Callaway, who Is now steadily other boats.
es of moisture on the Inside lane Ken II ad a way, Cuiiord Cooper, ranked second nationally among I conversed! with Mel recently When a boat does break down of !\Mr and Mrs. Henry J. La

of the eight lane track, although Robert Nieman and Don Toney high school high jumpers, had and( to, my delight he suggested! the Spencer Co. usually attomb to Croix of 1416 Overlook Circle. Titusvillr -

he ran a 4.30: his best time this collected their fastest time of the some difficulty getting tractionoff that boaters from( our area having the details at no Inconvenience to is attending Aviation
Electronics
Airbourntf
season. Fighting spikes and elbows season, however, It wasn't enoughto the slick platform. This is the a "capable" boat would! be the boater even having parts Combat Technician

around the first lap, Roberta place behind Plant High of second consecutive year Callawayhas j. welcome to join the fleet t this flown( In when necessary in orderto Information Center Optcrater
.. School at the Naval Air
pulled Into second position Tampa which ran a 1:30.6: won the Class AA high jump 1F coming summer. keep the group together at all Technical
Training Center, GlyMco \
one time, then! dropped: back Into Tom Ream, the Terrier broad title. Callaway also competed In The cruise will begin between times.In Ca. ",-

third, behind Gainesville's Merrill jumper, had difficulty because of the preliminary 100 yard qualify. F 1-3 July and approximately two the past shafts have been

Moore and David Piper of the rain and being unfamiliar ing runs. days before embarkation Spencer changed, impellers replaced and lie Is studying the technique

Leesburg. The first lap was run with the jump pit. Ream had one Orlando Boone's mile relay w "" s ,. .. Boat Works will hold a banquetfor even a transmission flown In and Combat and equipment used in Airborne

at 59 seconds, and Roberts was leap that was over the 20 foot team won first with a 3:2:5,1: : and all assembled and followingthe quickly Installed Information coordinate Centers.detecting Thecenters

clocked at 60, only a few steps mark, however, he scratched lees burg's Stephen Brown took banquet a guest speaker from Thus far Outboards have not and '
tracking the Interception
behind the leader. Going into the nullifying the jump Ills best qual first in the shot put with 55' 2VV the Bureau of Immigration will been included in the cruise. The of directing aircraft. f-

second lap Roberts was still in Ifylng jump was 19'9". Hardy "Although, all of the boys did cover the rules concerning: visiting smallest boat in the group last Glynco, a enemy large training! facility '

third place and pressing for second Bain entered the high jump, however not win in their events, they performed Y y, foreign countries, and follow ;year was a 19' inboard Several offers thirteen officer and
however Jacksonville's the wet field also ed with a short discussion! by the stern drive cruisers participated
Ken hampered
well and turned In some :
Willie r Davis; seven enlisted training!: courses
area Coast Guard Officer .
hlmr in (inboard-outboard) 24 boats In
Gurganious behind
was only a step cf their best times and distancesthis
Charge. Incidentally, Spencer i
him After running a 2:06: Sandy Loveless, who ran the all.
the second! time around, which incidentally year, Titusville Coach Don Boat Co. picks up the tab for the If you have a capable boat and Ramer Receives
high hurdles for Titusville failedto Godwin said the
) following meet. Dodgers Coming To Cocoa TuesdayFor wining and dining
Is the fastest Robert'shas the time here Is chance
to
,
place, however he also turnedin "In this meet, they iiit face to your ) Bible Institute
ever run, Mike Synard of one" of his fastest times this face with the top high school athletes On the second day, followingthe join a wonderful group of enthusiastic
High Mobile Alabama in this event in Florida Geor banquet, using the Interim: boaters for a happy ScholarshipPatrick i
Murphy year. Competition some from Only Appearance This Year time for
stocking up with ship'sstores
shot into first place as if he was was abnormally stiff, with Rich gia: and Alabama, and the experience ten day cruiiet L, Ramer of Titusvill
running 100 dash. mond Flowers of' Lanler well worth the and getting prepared, the Last year some of your writer'sPower five
a yard Sydney was trip. was one of Baptist Institute
The World Champion Los An. stealing wizard Maury\ Wills, cruise will begin. Starting at Squadron acquaintancesfrom
students to be
gclcs Dodgers will make their handyman Jim Gilllam and Spencer Boat Works end( abnut both Daytona and Orlando awarded a $100

lone Cocoa Colts Stadium appear. speedster Willie Davis, have four abreast, the group will proceed made the cruise, and they are scholarship from the Eugend

News ance of the season Tuesday afternoon picked southpaw Johnny Pod res North some four miles to preparing again for this coming week Thompson Memorial Fund thl4

J Bowling when they meet the Houston to pitch the Tu*.'lay game. Lake Worth and then break Into July. The corrt:

Colt 45's at 1:30: p.m. Houston!! manager Harry Craft single file, proceeding through If you'd care to learn the full mittee faculty scholarship
selected the five
The led will with the Inlet on the"
Dodgers batting counter
by righthander towards open water'
I particulars, secure the itinerary,
basis of |
scholarship, need, an
Koffoe League Trio League at Gateway Lanes High individual series; G Shepherd champion Tommie Davis, base Bob Bruce There they will reform Into a merely write to Mel Spencer! cio esteem. The award will be a cash.
The Pressmen also set seas 221 252 166, 639. somewhat "scattered" group and
a new The Dodgers won the National Spencer Boat Works, Box 8207, grunt: paid on school expenses.stud'nt :
High individual game: Phyllis son high team game with a 590 High team game: Band E League pennant last and proceed across the Atlantic/ to West Palm Reach, Fla.He'll A receive the<
year may
Elliot, 240 liens DeVries, 236. scratch Shirt Lettering, 947. Baker Aboard Grand Bahama Island, first atop
; then went on to defeat he New give you the "scoop" just grant only once during his threes
High Individual series: Thelma ("(.inline.* Won f...! High team series: Littles Tavern being at the West End of the
York Yankees In In as soon as it Is all firmed at the
ritlaena Prei. 71\fc 44%. Tour straight up. year course Institute.
,
Radeliff( 604; Phylis Elliot, 593. Team No. S ;, M faMainolla \ 842, 889, 946, 2678. the World Series. Podres was one Marina belonging to the Grand
High team game: First Mort- T.vera 4Vi 151'4' 600 sets: Miner, 617; B. Crab- USS EvergladesGeorge Bahama Hotel Upon entering the
of the Dodger who
lam No. 6 64 82 aces stopped
gage, 586. Hilton Knell.. Service 48 H 87' ser
High tram series: Adair Beauty Team No. 1 43'72% 200 games: R. Moe, 214; B. E. Baker, seaman ies. again proceed shoreward in

Shop 1S73.Mimllnii Crabtrce, 246; J. Osuch, 201; R. USN son of Mr and Mrs. Ches- single file, due to the narrowness

V,'i,.. I....tHltlta Classic League' Henuter-J, 203; R. Mieru 225; B. ter R. Baker of 900 North Washington Plenty of tickets are still available of the waterway.

Motel, 67"",, 56yPond' '", Booth, 222; P. Huckleberry 203; Ave., Titusville, is serving f for the Dodger came and all This harbor Is adequate at is Have You Mel
Wnttrn Auto 66ti 87V
Ju.tlct Home 61"',/. 89'"* Match results: Firestone 'over'Virginia R. Tomasello, 229; B Siedel, 207; aboard the destroyer tender Colt home games this spring at the dockage with excellent fa ell,

Steel'. Tavern 64 40 Fried Chicken, 2-1J: Titusville K. Karberg, 211; W. Anderson USS Everglades, operating with the Cocoa Colts Stadium ticket (ities available Including the numerous
B at E Shirt Lettering 64 40Firm
Mortfii 62'4'' 4H4 Tile and Terrazzo over 214; B. Coleman, 202; B. Sasko, the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean office. facilities of the nearby Sullins ?

Master Lee.I Southern.Clranen Room 5R'sill''"% 46'444''",* Nova Cabinet Shop, 2.1; Gus 204; R. Pasley, 239. Jack Tar Hotel Mr. Shacklefnrd George

T O Muilo MVk 4tt'4' Faulk Chevrolet over Breedlovn MtulMllna-ii Han Loot Everglades arrived In Naples, I Is the manager dork master, formerly
Adair Beauty !Shop M: 51 Texaco, 3-0 Budweiser over Qua Caulk Chevrolet 6* 2'l' Mims Airman from Florida real
; "good
George Barley Realtor 52''" Sltt! B .& B Shirt Lettering SJ SI Italy Feb. 22 to relieve the destroyer a :
Fat Boy. 47 57 Floorco, 30; Titimille Auto ButlwelaerTrrr IItl :J4 tender USS Tidewater and guy" providing excellent serv
J. E. Evan Aiiorlate 45 59 Parts over T and G Music, 2.1 Magnolia .! 4.1 41Tllusvilie
Day Cleaner 4J''" 6114Helton ; 1 Tile and assume the duties ai the tenderof ices.Two
I'onlao 3H, 8'1AU.ntlo B and E Shirt Lettering over *... 43 41 the Sixth Fleet.Everglades Completes CourseAirman days will be spent at West
8414 65'iWlkethlry ( T''& O Muilo 41: U
& Blfelow Space Painting 3.0; Littles Tavern Nova Cabinet Shop. 41: 41 1 End then on to Walker Cay then
Sir,. gSa 3.J Tl over Magnolia Liquors, 2.1; Virginia Fried Chicken 43 43 makes repairs and ARE
Green Turtle Cay perhaps on to YOU ASHAMED?
,
.
Joyce Plumbing JO 71 Space Painting Inc. 404:1''\ : supplies replacement parts to Second: Class Kenneth
B and E Shirt Lettering over r
LaGrinca Grocery 40 44 Hope Town and "Man 0 War"Cay
W. Grissom, of Mr, and Mrs.
Tltuivlll Auto Part 81/ 49 destroyers not requiring major son
LaGrange Grocery 2.1,
Lady Keglers Plrciton 36 49 work. C, E. Grissom of Mims, i Is being The cruise will last ten daysIn
High Individual game: G. Shep- RlkiLo KreiMllovei"l..Texaco 34 3A 511 49, shipyard reassigned to Davis.:Monlhan all. The trip will be conductedin Do You Hide Your Scat With A Blanket? ':
High individual Glenna
: game: herd, 252. Floorco 111',(, 65'" i AFB Ariz., following( ;; ; his gradu- 1 leisurely fashion with no "
Halloran, 231; Betty Mattingly Titusville Causeway ation from the technical training "rushing" from port to port. Get New Covers At 4.4
206. Receiving the contract for additions
course for United States Air There will bo steady radio con
High Individual series: Mary Lets Contracts end alterations to the Force air armament mechanicsat tacts between boats when cruising TAYLOR'S AUTO UPHOLSTERY
Corps
Williams 548 electrical distribution system at
; Betty Mattingly Lowry AFB, Colo. with directions Issued by the
51$. Patrick was Mamba Engineering
lead boat whenever
Airman Grlssom learned to iso- necessary 1027 South HopkinsAM
High team game: Cherrydon Co., of Titusville, for $1,217-
Spencer Boat Co. usually takes
For NASA PAFB JobsA late and repair malfunctions and 7-1170 "
Mobile Homes 735. 88.OC. perform checks and adjustments two of their own boat along including

High team series: Richard's The work Includes putting; up on the armament system of the 1 Mel, his supervisor and;I
Aircraft, 2042.Sta.dlsan $422,000 contract to build Included in the work is the SCO new utility poles; installing F4C Phantom Jet fighter -- -- ---- ----

Harrtnlton CI..an..r. It 67 n.. Loot 41 security facilities for the National construction of two _pass and 77,000 feet of above ground wire, The airman, a graduate of Tltusvlllc I- '

1I1I.'f.r'Richard'.. I'laI/to Aircraft/ Hardware 84 82 4f 44 Aeronautics and Space Ad identification buildings and three 53,000 feet of aerial primary High School entered the Winning Warm Friends For Florida Since WOreeling.

Mtrrllla Acct Service 61 4/ ministration's Merritt Island guard homes, and the Installation cable: 18,000 feet of underground Air Force last June.
Hurter King 61 47 Launch Area has been awardedby primary cable and 12,000 feet \\1IIlIl////% / ,
Wititern Auto Got'., 4 t'hCterrydon of nearly 12 miles of barb lorilct
Mobile Ilomfa 511'!'* fil1-, the Canaveral District of ed wire fence across Merritt of underground duct; building :

Krel Pine, Drove Iniurarece Inn 6 S3M_> fit WV4 the U. S. Army Corps cf Engine Island!! along the southern bound- :34 new manholes, and relocating Savings Bond i
Cutter. Store. Inc. 61H' K6H ers. and modifying four switch '
of the John F. Kennedy 2 Conn Car 4M'1I fiuVi ary .... / n
FlrnC National Dank 47 111 The contract was one of Space Center's Merritt Island stations.
S
Macho. Lour, 37 Tl .2nc.1 .
CltluDa Bank* 85"j' TJ'j three newly awarded by the Launch Area. The fence will The contrcctor: has until the Sales Are HighBrevard ( ervce, .

Canaveral District. The other extend from the Indian to the fall of this year to do the work. ..

Morning Trio League two, totaling more than $1.2 Banana River The Canaveral District of the residents are purchasing

High Individual game: : Keener, million, are for alterations and The pass and ID buildingsand Corps of Engineers also award savings bonds at the highest / //1\\ Cordially Welcomes

22!. additions to the electrical system the guard houses will be ed a $9,700 contract to Abbott rate in history, according to the

High Individual series: Magee, at Patrick Air Force Base somewhat similar to those at the Engineering Co, of Anna Maria, Treasury Dept.Purchases .

568. and for alterations to the AdminIstrative south entrance of Cape Kennedy for structural and electrical alterations in the first two MRS. You and Your FamilyRUSSELL :

Missile Research Building to the Administrative months of this are $728,208
High team Citizen's year
game:
One of the and ID buildIngs -
Press :590. also at Patrick. will be built pass at the south Missile Research Building at compared to $639,609 in the HOUCHINS To Your New Home! :

High team series: Citizen's Awarded: the contract for the boundary of MILA along Highway Patrick This work must be ump period of last year an Hostess ..
Press Merritt Island work was Bacon, done within the next two months. increase of 13.9 cent,
1533 and Magnolia Tavern, per 219 THORNTON AVE.
AlA on Merritt Island. The I IIftAvrIB' The State of Florida :
Inc., of Cape Canaveral, which
1531.Citizen's other will be built near the point 'PHONE ..
Press won 3-1 over received a $422,040.73 contractto
where the Indian River-Orsmo
Magnolia! Tavern last week to complete the Job by September 267-7157 ;
Causeway will join U.S. 1 on the
clinch first place in the Morning of this year. -
Florida mainland. "

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these two locations as well as on .. .
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Page I rtrutvllle Florida( } Star.Aetveeate Monday, March 30, 1)44
( Hendricks Strike Is Threatened Af MILA Maternalan. CONOTONCO

OP ORLANDO
Dark clouds of an Impeding and moral obligation to union CENTRAL FLORIDA'S MOST HEARING AID, CENTER I* ,
Dies Saturday strike cover over the U. S. guards working at the MILA COMPLETE MATERNITY SHOPS

y moonport on the Merritt Island facility", the United Plant Guard tIrd... a.IIIHIS/ Sonotono of OrlandoMurray

Carl William Hendricks, age Launch Area (MILA) as the Workers of America is protesting elm Nouns rsd.n' UK a t\riE-t5Y.: A"t:. S. Long, Dist! Mgr

CO. of 411 Palm Avr died Saturday union representing Pan American sub-contracter Trans-Worid .1C o. OH.tKUK: ,t> K. 501 N. Magnolia, Orlando, 422-2101
World Airways security Airlines for the hiring of Wack- '
; March: 28, following a
short illness. jt.4cr guards, claims NASA has discriminated en hut, a non-union corporation. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
against Pan Am Wackenhut has assumed the 1
An accountant! by profession,
guards. duties of guarding the security
Mr. llrndricki was born in WHITAKER
Claiming NASA has shown of MILA with non-union person ELECTRICS
Newark N. J. March 28, _
"utter disregard of their legal nel whereas Pan Am union
1904 He came here six years
guards had previously been watching
ago from Orlando.
the area on a temporary
He was a member of the Cost Kiwanis Charier day-to-day basis.Wackenhut .
Accountants Association of Or
Is reportedly pay.
lando. 4 ing 40 to 70 cents per hour under
Survivors Include his wife t Nigh! BanquetThe union scale.A MI-

Madeline Hendricks, Titusville; labor spokesman, Ronald
Albert of daughter
a son, Tampa; a
Charter Night Banquet of Gilman, told the Star-Advocate
Mrs. Ann Grant, Titusville;
a brother, Edward Hendricks, Fa the recently formed Kiwanis the picket lines may be thrownup I
t Club of Greater Titusville will tomorrow or Wednesday at
Livingston, N J.; and six grand-
children. be held April 2 at the Chanticleer the Titusville bridge across the I

Funeral services will be heldat Restaurant. Present at this Indian River, If satisfaction is
banquet will be 33 men and not obtained from NASA and']
at Smith
4:00;: p.m. Tuesday
their wives as well as several TWA.
Chapel with Mary Louise Collins I
of Christian Science Church special guests. It the line Id honored by the

officiating. !Interment will be in Also attending. will be several thousands of Union workmen at I

Oaklawn: Cemetery with Smith HERE TODAY Jacksonville Mayor Futch of Titusville, area campaign man- members from other clubs in Cape Kennedy as well as MILA,

Funeral Home in charge. Haydon Burns, Democratic candidate for ager. He arrived at the Titusville-Cocoa tills district along with members it will be the second time In a

Governor, spent most of this morning in Airport, officially opened his campaign of the Key Club of Titusville little more than a month that

FAMILYContinued the North Brevard area. He is shown headquarters then toured packing houses, High School. Other guests will picket 'lines have halted work on

above (second from right) being welcomed shopping centers and downtown area, be- be Jim Starkey of Ft. Walton these two installations. '

to his local campaign headquarters by fore leaving for a noon rally in Cocoa. Beach, who is the present Florida .
( From Page 1)) AUTOMATIC WASHER
Tax Collector J, D. Nash Sr At the leftis Mrs. Burns was guest of honor at a coffeeat district governor; Roy FBI Picks Up SenderOf

want to go back". Owen Marr of Mims and at right Citizens Bank while here.-(S-A Photo). Brewton, present secretary and Drugs In D. C.
Sgt. Thorne has built a log former district governor; Sterling
cabin-type home with the helpof !'1 ,"y. 0-- .... ---, Hall chairman of the newly FBI agents, who arrested two

the whole! family. Nature Curtis'i elected building committee of Satellite Beach pharmacists for :

piovid.'s 1I10., o. their: wants r ... K...... the Kiwanis International and receiving stolen government
wit, f.e.,11! meit, most t of it wild, also' mayor of Bradenton; and property In connection with a
and vegetables in the summer. herb! Johnson! governor of this drug crackdown, have arrested

A large can sunk in a creek district. Also several local Sgt. Milton C. Fisher, a pharm

Which flows nearby, providesa disjnitiaries\ will be present. acy employee at Walter Reed
Army Medical Center in Washing.
<
refrigerator. The
summertime new club was formed so
ton, D.C., and charged him with
And, elt course, in the winter that people who work during the''
theft of drugs.According .
they need none. There Is no day and cannot attend club
to Special Agent J.
electricity or running water meetings which are held duringthe
F. Santolana of Tampa, Fisher
The three Thorne children, day may belong: to a community has admitted sending a packageto

Candy, 10; Burrel 13, and Laura I club. Officers are: John Satellite Beach druggist. VirgilG. ''e '

8, according to Mrs Corbin, Nelson, president; Donn Searle, Miller, who with his partner, .Moose .iao

"wouldn't trade Alaska for any. .t, first vice-president; Jack Larks, James N. Gaskin, were arrestedIn
thing" Yp \Second e-prcsident! ; Harvey connection with the handlingof

Sgt. Thorne, besides his sister, Llndsey secretary; and Jim the stolen drugs.

I la two brothers living here, Drown, treasurer and also publicity Agents found a cache of drugs With Trade

Bobby of Mims and Karl Lee of chai:man for the Charter hidden in the Fisher residence in

Titusville.Mr. I I Night Banquet. Washington.

and Mrs. Carl M. Stewart I I WORLD FAMOUS WORKHORSEIIAVTAG /

and<1 Mr.\ and Mrs. Walter Harris HERE SATURDAY Democratic candi- County. At the left Ray Winstead, North I

i>f Shardy Oaks Dr., also are concencerned date for Governor Fred Bud Dickinsonand Brevard Dickinson campaign chairman,

about the! Alaskan his wife, Boots, were welcomed to serves Mrs. Dickinson with coffee and at ,f0
I1Y SIZIWASHER
tragedy. Both men were employed Titusville and a coffee-donut reception at right Mrs. Winstead serves the smiling Q WRINGER '

by the government !in Citizens Bank Saturday morning. They gubernatorial candidate. (S-A Photo). '

Alaska until July of 1962, when were on a campaign tour of Brevard Do You Have Our

they were transferred here. _

They are presinetly employedwith

Cburten the y Corps. of Engineers at PRIDE GURNEY Concert Postponed I'J) I Phone Number ?

Scheduled concert Jby the Lra I 1
The Stewart: own a three- .
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bedroom, two-bath home in Anchorage (Continued From Page 1)) yard Symphony Orchestra henon

$ (that was built in the April will to a concentrated Wilson a candidate for reflection April 12 has been,, (postponed

stales and shipped in two halves campaign cf renovation and Miss Warren of according to a spokesman for the -. . ._-
to Anchorage aid put together clean up, to ba called "Clean-up, ; Sally Presbyterian Women's Assoc
Eau Gallic and.) William E. Pow lotion, sponsors. <
Paint Fix
Week"
-up, -up April 2tt
there.! They have been< unable A La Marick Salon in always' near ynul!
to find out what tl.e status of through;: May 2. This w.U Lc a ell of Eau: Callie County "We didn't feel we could com i MELBOURNE COCOA ORLANDO DAYTONA BEACH Mesa 8*

the hums' is; whether it is still complete community elfoit[ with Surveyor' ; !Mrs Jean Avery Fisher potwith the appearance of the I -
TITUSVILLE
all active community clubs! ant Open 9 .m. to 9 p.m. Monday 111
standing or has been destroyed.The nf Mc-lbourno!\ teach 'Blue Angels' and the big pro I
Harris family also hasp oiganizution.t. takms' : pant in thlirlvo Boar I of pitblic Instruction Dist gram at Arthur Dunn Airpark Through Friday Saturday 'Til! 6 p.m. :
lot a "tro tier: Titusville"' 4 IJ.11 Clark of Titusville
home in Anchorage. Mrs. ; and so will postpone it. We'll an
Hal Jb said this: morning she Next Ties! lay a planning! ( session Port Authority, Dist. 2; and Don nounce the new date in the neal I
will be hell 1 tit li) a.m. tit Heancy of Rockledge Port future," the spokesman said.
fill that it \
was just too soon to city hall to co-ordinate planning .
Authority, District 4. ,--- -
expect any notification. !Mrs. Norman Cowart, general

chairman for this week has Mrs. Gurney and Charles Mar. DODGE

rounded out her committee and tin, Gurney's District Representative MAYTAG DRYER
Mims NegroIs final to bo I .
plans are expected are expected to accompany CARS AND TRUCKS
laid at this session. the Congressman. DODGE DART \

Mrs. Cowart's committee chair. Cliarlcs! : R. Holley is. the only
Slabbed men include: Mrs. Richard Van candidate Complete Parts Department II
who
has said he will
Horn, secretary; David Covington :- definitely be unable to attend. Trained Mechanics Our
Daniel Massard, 34, Negro of publicity; Rev. T. E, Ream, INDIAN I

Mims was tabbed in the chest churches; Phillip E.: Warren, .'1- THE PET SHOP RIVER MOTORS I Once A Year
Herman Chandler, streets -
With a pocket knife Sunday pance;
right near the Spar Truck Stop and highways! ; Trida Taylr-r. Ti I "E.erylMn9 For Your Pet" 208 N Orange '

'In Minns, tusville High student committee; Fancy Collars Loathe. Toys New Smyrna Beach
Jody Kahn, Parkway Junior High TEL. 478.4404!)
Charged with aggravated asaault Budge, Flirt, Puppies. Supplies
in the knifing la Lula Maeportch students committee; Ray Led. I 174 N. Orang., Orlando, GA 1-174 ALE
ford, vacant lots; Mrs. !Bcrnlcc
23, Negro of Mims. Her
Warren, area coordinator who
bond was let at $1,000 returnable a
will handle the activities an I efforts THE FLORIDA SHAVER
In the Court of Record on
of the Nero;: citizens in their SERVICE
Friday, April 3. area. 411. Make Electric Shave Service on
Massard was admitted to Jess Faeto'-Tr.lnecl Personnel
La Marlck's
Parrish Hospital for surgery, D'Agostino InjuredIn Parts In Stack-Same Day Service
where hU condition is listed as 14 Years experience I70/ N. Mill, Orlando GA 1-015) Superior
yror. Wreck On SR 46 195 N. Orange-OrUndo, GA 3-1845 --- --
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Deputy Buzz Rudcnbaugh and Joe D'Agoftino Jr., who has UHLANDO1OAM'PRODUCTS Learn Hairstyling IWOODY'S r Wavesf 3

Criminal Agent Lelf Larsen of Just opened the Torch Club In INC. &

the TjtuivfUe Sheriffs office investigated Titusville\ broke his left let! Plastic Foam '- Foam Rubber Each Complete with:

( tie incident and made' Sunday in a three-car crash 13 Cut to 511.CI..tom Sewing Hairstyling Institute Conditioning
the arrest Casual Furniture" 2534: McRe St.
miles west;; of Mims on State ""- Shampoo
t&
Roud 43.D'Agostino's. U04 S. Orange, Orlando GA 2-273S I Orlando 424-8573 r

She'll Introduce car piled into 2105 N. Orange Orlando GA 4-7144 -- - ; Personalized
Her Cosmetic Line two cars already involved in an -BOND-HOWELL- --- NEW SMYRNA BUILDERS y Hair CutStyled

eal Her accident. SUPPLY CO. e
Indian River Rexall Drugs The popular former Univer LUMBER CO. Lumber & Building Materials Set I DE 105.
tnnouncea tie addition of Jean of Florida "Everylhlng for the
lily football guard has North Florida's Largest Dealer Builder"
(jruhatn' cosmetics to their out. been walking with a limp, as a "There's A Material Difference Dixie La Marick La Fan Creme 011 Wave) Exclusive' "H.lo Gf Hut'
Freeway at Canal St. I
Standing cosmetic department. result of a knee operation which Tour best friends In Building! New Smyrna Beach Comparable Value $12.50 . 6.25 ActionBig -.
:
'Miss Jean Graham" will introduce was because of football Lint Filter
noccjiary a Call Collect 42S-9021 ,
her line in New Smyrna Beie11- 428-2411 ._ La Marick Petal Perm Cold WanComp.rabl. $
( person on Injury. ; ----- -- Flit f Lew-Temperature ;
April 23. She has developed a --- -------------- FOR EVERY HOUSE Value S1S.CO .. .. 7.50La Drylny t,, 8 7

|ine! of cosmetics especially form- MR BUILD I.I rAre You FURNISHING NEEDMATHER'S Marick Imperial Cold Wave Fully Automatic
Slated
,ylated,' for the Florida climate Meeting PLEASED with the QUALITYof Comparable Value, S27JO .10.35less Full Open Safety Doer
She has had many years experience < Titusville Band Parents Association your TIRRAUO FLOORS? of NEW SMYRNACall ( than 111)) (Easy to Lead) We Giro'
.nd-
in the cosmetic field, W lir nut err Ru r-Preof Cabinet
will meet at 7:30: pin Collect 428.4131 Drum
.
OWENS TBRRA7ZO, INC.CHARLES Top Value
with, well-known
working many Thursday In the band room at new.yrna Beach All Fabric
fall e'ullen4ew TemperatureControl
brands. Titusville Ilhh.MONEY aareaa Nra..h 41\ s.was Kite Owl Special Stamps!
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c: 5 to 9

I wi SLADE III HAL HARRISARCHITECT bottle FRIII)ef With La .,.4 EASY MONTHLY TERMSLOW

RARE COINS 428-5563 pose shampoo.Retail Value. P.M.fk

. : For Extra. Fast BORROW PAYMENT We Buy 'and fay More 131 North CausewayNew DOWN PAYMENT
.S-cy. 1 51.11 Largest Stock e* fielne Around Smyrna Beach, Fla.32069
SERVICE $300.00 I $17.71 371 N. Orange Orlando 43$-4909Cua'a -

V Phone 267-4331 S4SO.OO$400.00 I 1 S2 S14.lt.23 BEAUTY SALONS Whitaker Electric Inc.
Leans Up Te Casa. III Rug 8c Drapery Service Tradewind
PAY BILLS TAXES, EP AIR ETC. Wall to WaU'Ruct' / ,'''Installation. Phone AM 7-6565 ,
Repairs, Bending, Serglng POOLS IIIdSCy 328 S. Washington Are. (Downtown Titusville)
Rubber Cork Vinyl Titusville Shopping CenterS
Southern Loan Company Asphalt Tile of Florida, Inc. Phone 287-0611
'16 Downing, New Smyrna Beach Pools of Everlasting Quality
346 S. WASHINGTON AVI. TITUSVILLE rt...... 171213 5505 E. Colonial Dr. t w* 'th'* farartt and Leading( Beauty) System WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELLarl _
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Wednesday, April 1
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Enjoyed visiting with Bud ber, stat, zip code number,
Dickinson here Saturday and trademark slogan, The City Council received an services of his consulting engine. City Manager Cleveland Tat

)look forward to visiting with company unusual offer at its Tuesday era, Burt O'Neil of Orlando andG. Hindoo had been interviewing:: W s ).
telephone number and area code. unusual because R. of West Palm engineers to for
Maj'don Burns today and with night session, Brockway begin plans
Jack Mathews tomorrow. Were If we add the date, your signature it'i free. Beach and told council that bulkhcading, but said yesterday

told that Robert Ugh: :: of Miami and title, plus my initials Tom Gru of Grusenmcyer and Brockway had many years experience lit Interpreted the council's atcttptamc

will be here Thursday and we where do \\e: type the letter?" Associates, local surveyors of. in bulkheading of Grusenmeyer offer ;ws
look forward to that visit. These toned the services of his firm, Councilman Ed Willis movedto all sanctioning his firm to pro + !a. f et

four, plus Scott Kelly, who have We spent a rather exciting and which will include two engineers accept what he termed the fed with the job. "I 1 have can

already been here but will pro newsworthy weekend accident. one of whom is experiencedin generous: offer" which was approved celled Interviews on the stiength

bubly; be back, certainly! makeup wise. First a gal attempted to the problems of bulkheading, by the council. of this," Talmadge said
formidable of free of charge to the City of TI.
a) a croup
run through one unit of the local
candidates for Democratic nomination tusville on engineering of any
for t governor as we've low-rrnt housing project after new bulkhcading School Permit Tops In County
midnight Inday Then along M
:: The city Is presently under -.. .. ..+.I

seen They are statesmen, mayors, the came county an accident line early just Saturday north of, going a study into the possibilitycf A half million dollar permit fora new service station, $4500, Issued BOOKS !FOR FAIR-Books for the an. clers, !seem to be unable to resist taking

)legislators and successful businessmen followed by a couple out on 402, revamping its bulkhead lineson new elementary school on to D. E. Armstrong, Box \mi il (Look Fair at St. Teresa's Catholic 'lust\ a peek" at a few of the book! The

Naturally we have then the death on U.S. 1 at Bell- the suggestion of the Trusteesof Merritt Island kept the county's SI I, Indian River City for the School were unpacked recentl by library fair is scheduled for April 10, 11 and 12

our favorite but we think it un wood another accident a few the Florida Internal Improve building permit business the station in the second addition to chairman, Mrs, Logan !Mamlers\ and Mo in Room "K" at the school and will feature I
such ment Fund. The trustees advised ther M\ Ignatius principal of the school! 1000 books, titonbook characters
usual that Florida has a minutes later on Highway 50, to
the it would not past week: from being in the Indian River City subdivision Two bO clowns rides and other fea-
of fine men from which to be followed about 45 minutes city young helping unpack the : pony many
choose group later by a three.car accident on approve any further t piecemeal "slack week" category. plat on new U. S, 1. DOkieffer books, Tommy Logan left and Joe Man- tuits Carlson Photo

bulkheading, and Box 211. Indian River
There are just 35 more days U. S. 1 at Coquina, a few more strongly This $540,000 permit was good .
listed the builder. -- -
suggested a new bulkhead pro City was as
be climaxed
!in which you are going to have during the evening, to enough to hike the commercial Lane, Titusville, $14,000, home
of extension.
time to think about these six when a car struck an oil gram permit figures to a $661,000 Cay Construction Co., Box on Stamford St., ScuttimoorR I
meter and rolledover
parking pole Grusenmeyer has had expert
men, plus the three Republican Sunday level and the overall total for 4J8, Indian River City, receivedfive A. Coleman, Taylor St., Indian .
right downtown early once !in bulkheading and for the
candidates, before the May 5 the week to $1,049,111, Twenty- .
for homes in
permits new
past two years has done extensive (River City, $11,000, fur Like To Read
primary eight residential? permits accounted Port St. John south of Indian I
engineering on bulkheadingin home in West wood Mac''+r a b
We urge you to do some serl Nice to see so many college this area. for 361,427 in permitsand River City in the $8000 and $9- I
ous thinking and become inform young people home. We may have also offered the the remaining $26,800 went 000 price brackets. division Other People's Mail?
id before( voting in May There some "representatives" from Tl- The surveyor for the miscellaneous category Lawrence Michael 2024 N

ii nothing so tragic in our Anieri tusville at either Daytona Beach issues. Single permits included one for Kirkwood Dr., Arlington,' Va.,
can way of life than an unin or Ft Lauderdale over this holi- $12700 to Nick Turopoljac, 207
$12,000, for home In Indian Rlv
Five FirmsIn North Brevard had nine rest \
Mantor Ave. Titusville for
,
con
formed voter, who is either ltd, day, but we feel the majoritywere
Plantation Estates No 4 t to be LOOK DELOW .
dential one commercial permit structlon on Sterling St., Indian er !
told or paid off in regard to voting at home and in church yes
terday numbered among the total. River! Plantation Estates No.4. built by John Beach, Box 727,
morningAgent Area Gel The commercial one was for a !Max\ L Sander, 1023 Tudor Titusville.
We know it's easier to read
the comics than campaign : "Dor.'t you want your

speeches, tune into jive rather office furnishings insured against Slate ChartersEighteen
"
than hear candidates, and watch'Gunsmoke" theft?

rather than "Meet Manager: 'Yes all except the Brevard County .'0 =

The Candidates" but, unless you clock. Everybody watches that" firms or organizations five in

Informed, how vote .
are can you litusville were granted corporation
intelligently; ? Boy, what a day," the husband charters by Secretaryof
moaned to his wife. 'The
this ,
State Tom Adams during
Secretary to boss: "The new electronic brain broke down ueek

letterheads have the name, this morning and we all had to
Following Titusville were
street address, city, zone num think."
four in Merritt Island, two eachin

Melbourne, Eau Gallic, Satellite II "l
Beach and Cocoa Beach and ,
I
and in Melbourne Beach I

Unkle Three. were for real estate rJ3ulll
FuD'sy e
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three for construction, two for

insurance, two for flying and 'I t' flaUo". .
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aviation, and one each for auto ,
Sales, catering scientific re ', $ *r<* f\.O"\O\ -.. .. .. + '..VJK1v ,y ":
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materials, bar rw 1\1US'J\\ ..rt't '
search building
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( / and package store, motel, print- ..., '..I J i/* f '. 1 ,j : ;. I

'f.'
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ing, and religious 'J i \><.i"
The five in North Brevard \\d.nt ',< ', '. 5 '. I'p.' ,t :'
5
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were: "
I A' I "NENDERSON '4 '
McCotter Motors Inc., 101 THOMAS i"\ 'I"March 26,196 r

Wal), me an' Sophrony went ascurryin boys held by the East Germans South Washington, authorized 1.\\ : .... !l ,
off tew the big city wa n't Swiss citizens; them tock 1,000 shares at $70 per 1

Commies dont! get sew derned share, filed March 23, dealingn T'f T-
agin but I don't t reckon I seen ,
smart with the Swiss Govern ; auto sales business Incorporate
or heered anything that mademe mint. Maybe we ought tew let 'em !s are C R. McCotter -'f

feel any happier than before take over fer us in Europe. Bernice R McCotter and CR I

I went. As a matter of fact Yewd think by this time weedbe McCotter Jr., all of Titusville

when I reed in the noosepapers convinced that all our billions Shore Point Inc., Box 1048 on

what's gen' on In the big cities spent around the world hasn't Titusville, authorized stock 100 and< Stall: active\ VtetDirecors >ar

these days it makes" ,me want bought us friendship, an' worst shares of common of no par val na\t ot
a .
tew stay home, Jist imagine cf all has lost what we once held ue, filed March 23 dealing in the year and t

file Army turn in' down that above ever nation on this here real estate, Incorporates are end< ot a lain :

the
gAPTtI
"Cashew nut* Clay cawse he earth RESPECT The Sher- Call W. Pearson Lorry D. and wi\\ mark .', ur\Jlse and \ I
pretends he aint smart ennuf man Adams an' the Bobby Bale Judith U Skirvin ill of Titus 2nd, sink.\ our P .

to fight. He's smart ennuf to era is bad ennuf an' pretty dis- vllo -fhursdaY'cning 01 the B a m tent with\ .;,- I
make a fortune off a bunch of q ufotin' but derned if I dont Westwood Baptist Church Inc the US0 rellect pro6P r
ot and
darn fools most of whom was think its high time Congress of Titusville, 3330 Virginia Ave., tor lot all .. at the a

smart ennuf fer the army tew started a full scale investee; filed March 23, purpose is religious it is time\1 he bank holders.Ye\ \0 tender
heW \
latch on tew once Kinds makes gashun of our State Department Subscribers are James 1hinK this banK' \ \0 \. pJot\UniW
obligation 0
me sick at my stomach tew before we lose somethin' no II King, A. J. Ilowell and creating lour \ tor unequaled _01.. ,
think that young men studyin' amount of money can ever buyback James Burgess, all of Titusville con.ciouS 0 rS and 4tihhe i %has an \ morru. .'.

tow be our nations doctors, an' our freedom an' our ntusvilla( Flying Club Inc., \Ve are ; our custom: such as largest. rtunitysecurity .

(lawyers, an' scientists have t tew country There no better time 2748 SOlltlStreet, Titusville, \ tenon in5\\\u\\0\ \ munity. today can beewardinB< o\VO ''I, I
leave their fa,rilies an' than the Easier fer corn. d
careersIn season filed March 23, dealing in pro \ the an
cuso
same
to
the prime .of their lives for Arierykind tew rededycate motion of art of flying Subscribers vital, service smallest naergnilicent\ with

military service, but thus loud chi mstlves to God and Country, are Samuel T. Beddingfield, that our every daY a OUf&C\V nachieve ew ,
forget :
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mouth advocate of treason kin in that order, and then get tew Russell D Jones and James R not US n\en\ create
KO scot free to degrade his race, work doin somethm about it llertzel all of Titusville. LeUS will have bethb goals rnus\ not tbut\ must \rive\
we, 'II e
and blaspheme\! his country I'm Tnat Inventor fellow Charley Brevard County Flying Posse, and p irn be a\i\le, 11\uni\Yto t 2 .,w .

quite sure Clay aint sick men- Kettering once said 'the future Inc. 1604 North Smith Drive, pelt eativelY\ to of the corn tact that 1 ,
t h e < Nk
tally but I'm derned sure the kin be anything we want it tew filed March 23, purpose to pro must think cr \ \ ht\ ol groW an y

poor boobs that are glorifyin' be pruvidin' we have the faithan mote general aviation Subcri the customefs' neler01ltg"he cornrnuni\Y
him have got all their wires that we realize that peace, ben are Bill McGee, John S. moiety getvinb our \ II ; II
we
short cirkitted no less than war, rekwires blood Miller onj! Loretta Hickman all of he\Jing theSe Qraodtbat as ; ,

It's tew bad them American an' sweat an' tears" of Titusvillo means our!selve S \0 growth ourse\Ve .u?. y=. I
co1munhUt .1
dedicate 0h.e I
Let \\11 belongs \ vital part ?.1 f ,rA't! 0.
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'.,e 2-1 : (ptldlfal star I Advocate Monday, March 30, ix THE cimcnr COURT:' or THE: orlla.4 real IIroperty. The aallli 01 t! this 13th' 'day of BARNEBD. 1M4.CURTia AFFIDAVIT UNDER:' STATUTE FICTITIfirsI:
.. NINTH JimriAL CIRCUIT, IN the Court in which laid stilt U pend- R. NAME:
r.lr. AND FOR THE: roc NT\ Or BRE- let U the Circuit Court of tie NUih Clerk of th. Circuit Court STATE or FLORIDA
YARD, ITATE: OF FLORIDA Judicial. Circuit In and for the Brevard County FloridaBY COCNTY OF BREVARD
STARADVOCATE'SCrossword IN rHNCEItf 17mr' County of Ilrevaril, State oC Florida. ) V. B. Wpangler Th. undenlcnea, under oath L
AMERICAN: IRVINO SAYINGS la Chancery No, 17tS2. and the abbravlaMil Deputy' Clerk says: It la tbe Intentionof the!
HANK, a New York corporation I till of the. case I It Amer- (FAt OF TUB. CIRCUIT COURT) untlarelgned: to ..gaga;In: Iro bud ,,.,
MISTER BREGER Puzzle Plaintiff. lean Irvine Saving Bank, aN.w Stewart L. AyrreAttorney .nlepclee! under corn?
... York corporation, Halntirf vi Robert for Plaintiff of RIVERSIDE MOBILE HOMFxllocated :
SCORER L. CLARKS and BARB. L. Clark and Barbara II Clark, Post Office Box HU3 at ::16113 Harbor. Blvd. la thrf
ARA B. CLARK!:, bl* wife, .t al.D..f..dant., fell wife. tt al Defendant Eau Oallle, Florida city of Eau Challis Urevard County,
*. The deeerlBtloa of tae real properly Mar. 16, 23, 80, Apr. 8 (Mon. ) 1964. Florida
ACROSS 5. VCnu 21.On NOTICE or aiir Involved :In laid suit and An Those Interested. In laid enterprise
1.To hold 4. At home hundred STATE OF FLORIDA TOI crlbeil In the Complaint. la a* fol and the extent of the Intertat if"
low.: each, la a* follow:
Robert L. Clark. and
(an 0. A AA
writing gq. NOTICE OF INTENT: TORlwtMtt.H ,
V LJ t Barbara B. Clark., his wit, Lot It Block H. BOWS OAR- John Randolph Hagen Entlr
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opinion) NAMKIB
of U Til I0l >
meters 41 Marie Creacent Drive' DENS,: SECTIOfi J-2. according Proof. of Publication of this In
'. Barring to Em.r on'g 22.Cut Commack, Lang Inland, to plat tberof recorded In Flat compliance. with House T1III tentlon to register le filed herewith,
protect e. Mean 24.Note New York Book. II pa(* 2S, Public Records No. 1175. Chapter Number 209M: i purauant to the provleloni of the I
10. Insects 7. Adam' h and all partlea claiming Intaraat of Brevarit County. Florida. Law of Florida Acts of 1M1. the law* of Florida.John .
of a t by, through under. or against tb. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are required und..lcn.d will rvguter with, the Randolph Hagen
11.Killed helpmate tM Clerk of the Circuit Court .m- Bra (Signature)
said, Robert L. Clark and Barbara, to lie your. answer' to the
12; Faultily e. The cony scale 4 c U Clark, hi* wife, a ad all part- Complaint with Ills Clerk of the yard County, Florida upon receiptof 166J Harbor City Blvd..
Diphthong of the 23.Viper Ira having or claiming I to bav any above styled Court and serve a copy proof of publication of. this Eau Gallle, Fla.Addreaa .
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right. title or interest In tb* real. thereof' upon JMalntlff I Attorney notlue, the following flctltlouaname ( )
14.Print
Old ,,
? 26.Ordinal property with Improvement thereon STEWART L. AYERS, whose addreaa ; to-wlt.: 'Red Barn Furniture'. Sworn to and *ub r>rlbed to beforeme
manure Teatament of three Yeiterdajr'a Anaw herein deacrlbed. is) Port Office Box S02, Eau OalII. under which I am engaged In furniture ., al Melbourne, Fla? thin 29 dav
15.A choking 0. Pitchers 27."- 33. Mohairtp YOU AND EACH OF TOU hereby .. Florida not later than the 14th at OU8 Main Tit UMVIt I... Florida of. July 1963Eulah .

bit: 12 Modem deum" melon! J J take notice that a alt baa been day. of April A ,D 1984, ar requiredby the, only and I person that the interested underpinned In laid U Notary. Brown Publlo
law else decree oonfaaowill
ir.cioMto title 29.Remov. filed agalnat you In the above styled a pro buelnus. My Commission Explret
religion Court. Tb. nature of the null I I. to tie entered against you and
lS.CooiteUa> 13. Moon able 33. Mb of Dated at Tltuivllle Florida, thin June 2. 1904
Infant foreclose that certain mortgage recorded you.
Mar 9, 14. 23. 80 (Mon) 1964.
tlonlit. angel leather 37.At a !I November. 26, 19&8, In Official, IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I bav ( lay of March' AD 1964.
,Heat, Mflai 17. Mix *.: a.hoe distance Record Book 151. page &61, Public hereunto lei my hand and affixed Charles W. Bruao
*, to 18. Rough 80. Kind of SS. Weeps Heconlr of Brevard County Florida, the official seal .of said Court at Tltuavllle. Mar. 9, iii, 23, 30 (Mon)'1964TRIXIE Remember pay your Paper Boy
aetcolors lavaSO. leatherSl.Halfem encumbering the hereinafter detX Brevard County, Florida.
40EVerpoets
22. Rduee to Shield 43. A'far as
pulp, MS3.
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Ann LandersIt's 89. burden Genuine "'0 T30rr

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'42. Ltputable ;'; 19.
,44.Repentant 40'l:/ M I 5EVERAL I JUST BO.UGMT SEEMS LIKE EVERV- WANTS'

RevoltingDear xe ret 41 H I I SlOE YWERBAW' / CF MY SOME STOCKS ONE IS 6ETT/NO/ INTO ) THIS WORLD

: ELECTRONIC STOCK" 9 LAST WEEK, DID TUB STOCK1 MARKET COMIN6

DOWNl.aentle WENT UP 'R70K BIO LATELY TO ?

2.NewtTELEVISION) TWO POINTS JUMPS 0

Ann Landers: Several from reading your column that ':S-JQ YESTERDAY' '

months ago you delivered a you don't think much of people r 1? QP1il

knock to the Idea who in without invita 4Po I 1tAt
drop an 're
veil-deserved
not (going and I don't want to IN:' THK rlKClIT COCK OF TIIF:

of "little diamond rings for your tion. hear any more about it." MM'II:' JLI>HMI. CIRCUIT IN
AND frOH IIHfVARll < >1'>TY,
steady girf" Apparently teenagers My friends are welcome to I fail to sec! how a weekendof rioHiiiv'
IN ('\\TFKY >O. IHH
h4V q so"much money these come to see me anytime. I was this kind can help her be a IN/ RK: PETITION OF EDWARD

days they are able to spend raised in Vermont by just plain bitter! ''teacher. Her college O. ABOL'LLAH JOR THE: ADOPTION
OF GARY O. LEE A to
$1598 on "a little ring to show folks. Who raised you? education is costing us a lot of MINOR.

her you caie." GRASSY ARE MY ROOTS money and I don't want her to Mallet I'KlIc': Or..;FIIIMIH UKM'TIOX = (

Well, I almost threw up at Dear Grassy:'I'was raised by use;; it f 3 an excuse to tear around TO MR.781 Fait OLEN Ann R.Street LEE 3.31THAT's ___

that one; but attached to this just plain folks in Iowa. And *ith loose males.I Val.lo.ta, Georgia --"- ---- -- -

J Uttor:, Ann, jas( something that I'll wager plain folks in Iowa are low Jean! I make her see this that TOU the ARE. abov.-n.m..J HEREBY NOTIFIED Petitioner so Doi, you. A00UTTHPEE TELEPHONE

really made'rte sick. As you just about as plain as you can in riot meanness on my part, but Cocoa EDWARD: Beach Q Brevard ABDULLAH County, Flor.of I LIKETOBOWLAs BOWLING ABERNATHY AVERAGE? NUM&ERSANISHTj

tap see it's an advertisement mother :love? Please help me. I Ida. h.. filed a Petition In the ALLEY

which flppcpted: in our newspaper get.If you welcome uninvited feet utterly lost. NOT COPING nf above-etyleil the minor Court child for named the adoption therein OFTEN AsPossiBl.e

Twhlon" wigs for little for Doll. I ;; i I and you are required. to show caime. ,
guests, bully you, NW
why the tame mould nol be grant'ed
giJi'|; from ,3 to 9 years of age. don't want 'em. And neither do )Dear'Not: There Is a differ. by nerving a copy of your writ', P
The ad pictures a dimpled, ten drfenuen, If any, upon FRANKM. C"
enCe between
mother love and
the vast majority of the folks WOLFS Attorney for Petition* aA/1
smiling ;five< 'Vear-old wearing an (both plain 81\d"faney) who imother love. A 19-year-old col. TOWARD: O. ABDULLAH P. O /
Bo'C 767 Cocoa Beach Brevard
intricate braided hairdo, which, write to me.) lege girl HAS a chaperone County, Florida. 32931 and by filing >-
of course Is a wig. Under the her eurbclence. the original thereof with, the Clerk o Dt
People who are even remotely of aald. Court on or before the 7th :
picture: it says: thisgirl's:; standards well day of April. A.D. 1964: otherwlae
sensitive I will give you a fight are decree
a may be entered acalnat cz
'Glfe your little princes! a ing chan e and telephone first. established and if you have done you Brentlnf, geld adoption.
thrill she'll never forget. These ) WITNESS:!, mjr hand and aeal of
They won't fall In when you your job you need not worrya geld. Court at TKuivllle Drevard 3.307T
fashion wigs will change her )'ut Tier. It you have NOT County, Florida. thli the
have other guests, a basket full Mirch. A.D. 1964.
instant. Asa
personality in an of laundry waiting to be ironed, dote your i Job, worrying now CtrRTI l R. BARNES: CI.FRKOF U4tt FOR THE NEXT ONEYOUDP6TTER
blonde she Is breathtaking; as wljl,\ nik help. I say let her THE CIRCUIT COURT, O.K., FOLKS- CHEESES 1
go JUST SMI LEJ!
a kid down with the flu ora NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITBY Q BAY a .
a brunette, delicious; as a red. column to write. -7J j w4 i! your blessings n..rU., Hall p y' CNEESEIit
head, stunning: She will enjoy Deputy Clerk'COVRT > e

being the center of attention at 1nn Landers will be glad to FRANK( M SEAL. WOLFE) tIlau 1

I all the little parties, as she Dear Ann Landers: Our Attorney! for PetitionerP
help ypu) with your problems. O Box 757
daughter who 'will soon be 19
flaunts her new coiffure. Cocoa Beach Florida, 92931 lit+;
Sand them to her in care of this .1sQtEEk
"The stays on without is la her second yeir.lt a local Mar. S ,10, 23. 80 (Von,) 1964.
wig
enclosing a stamped
newspaper, ,
411o
pins, will fit any little girl from college. She plans to be a self.addressed envelope. FIl NOTICE<4TrR: OF HCTIIKHH INTENTION N TO OIK I I, SaVE1K J

3 to 9 years of age. It is madeof teacher. In compliance. with Moiue. BUQNo i .

vinyl and looks like real hair. Yesterday srie told us the 1175 Florida Chapter, Act Number of' 1941.. the.(0963.. :uncle Law gn.of

The price? Only $3.98 plus history club,, of her college ,n Ifyou;, have real estate ed will rea-leter with, the Clerl of 0 0 0
the Circuit Court In Brevard County,
postage" planning a weekend excursion Florida, upon receipt of proof:, of RiD4E.W'e et

Now, Ann Landers, what do out of town. There are boys' in +to sell, or if you are publication owing fictitious\of this notice name,, tb.to-wtt fol.: HI .

you think of nA: T? STOP the club. 'Tltuavlll Hardware' C.." under
looking for choice real which we are engaged In bualnrea
THE WORLD, I WANNA GET She used to be an obedient at Tltuavllle., Florida, and that the

OFF daughter but since she started estate use our classifi !- Interested undersigned In said are. bualneaa the only. peraoni e t Ill

Dear S.T.W.: I think it's college she }has become headstrong I Dated at Tltuavllle I1v .
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Seth day ot March .A D.Florlda'lbl. v
nauseating. The notion that a and difficult. I've just d folumns. Mr. Mra O E I 1I /
vinyl on youngster's head ,' Mr Mra. H. C Ford /
mop a decided to bear 'Y
u-
about {tell, Mar 2'J. 30. Apr 8. 13 (Mon 1964
will "change her personality in I 'a Ckt

an instant" and "make her the t
v-
center of attraction" is revolting t
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beyond description.Any GUIDEMonday I \I (AJ = f

mother who would do .. .

this to her child is so kooked up O '" ))

that I feel for her child. Ott
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Ch. 8 Dtgeat Cb. 9 New, MikeChemberlala B:00 Ch. 2 Divorce Court
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11:20 C*. I Editorial I Ch. C Trallmaat. 13:00 (,b.I: Your First Impreaalon j.
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Wood TransfersTo BREAKFAST ClUBEVAPORATED


Trade-In McCotter's Branch '

Charlie Wood Is now locatedat
MiCotter Motors: Trade-In
Ave.Division, 730 South Washington


Wood who joined the Me-
Cotter stiles force lust summer o down produce taste .
coming from Leesburg, is a
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member of two nationally
I Known sales organizations and is Er-iT ; _ Sweet Western Celto-Pocked
thoroughly familiar with used ::::::-
car sales.Cancer. -
CARROTSpkg.

Death limit 6 per customer with


Toll Exceeds


Traffic DeathsThe GREEN CI

cancer death toll, over a STAMPS
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twelve month period, in Brevard ,
County was greater than deaths R ''tari
resulting from motor vehicle accidents
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TMs information is given in the PRICES EFFECTIVE' '
annual! report of Florida Vital +
Statistics for 19C2 recently released MON., TUES., WED.,
by the Florida State Boad MAR. 30, 31 & APRIL I 1,1964flairi N ?
of Health. The year 1962 is the I
last for which complete official S.. 4
statistics are available

Other information tabulated (color cf qtr ) rPillsbury's
showed specials '
that total number of ;
deaths from all causes in lire- BREAKFAST CLUBOLEO
vard County, for the same year,
Tasty
was 826. Of this total, 114 died f 4 ti tib
from cancer and 38 from motor Apple Turnovers r -
vehicle accidents. -
According to statistics releasedby -
the Florida Division office of 14'0%. 49C
the American Cancer Society, pkg. ,
a total cancer deaths throughout "
the state have continued to Increase ; : o
I. fa* PillsburyV' Delicious f
from 7,719 deaths in 1960, >,
to Dr.8.233 Mary in 1961 Cathryne and 8,814 Parks In 1962, ACS Blueberry Turnovers :: : [ I r ; {

County Unit President, In com
f menting on the statistical report, 14-or. 49C
had this to say: "We do not wishto pkg.
frighten or unduly alarm peo
ple with cancer death figures. We J Limit 2 pUat
SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN
only want everyone to face up to frozen foods .
facts and be aware and Informed TENDER-AGED GOVT. INSPECTED
about the disease. We hope that
more and more people will get to Stouffer'i Frozen HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!
know "Cancer's Seven Danger
Signals" and have regular, complete Macaroni & Cheese
medical check.ups. A .great
many more might be saved If the 12oz. BONELESSROUND
$1
disease is diagnosed early and 3 pkgs. CROSSE & LHACKWELLassorffadf'flavors
proper treatment is given promptly -
Evidence! of this Is the !.. ( ) STEAK
200,000 Americans, living and! Birds Eye Frozen A
pronounced cured, five years
after prompt and proper treatment Broccoli Spears JELLIES
was given."
1 10-or. ;.:
3 79c \ ,
pkgs. I "

If you have real estateto r lb. 79C ..
F&P Flavor Perfect
sell, or If you are .

looking for choice real Sliced Beets ;Ill 2 We


estate, use our classified Jiffy White, Yellow, Denis Food Fresh


columns. C keMixes. 2 ;&:;. 29c .limit: 4 per customer with. Ground Beef Ib.49c
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i Flowers Are Blooming, Spring Is Near. To Sell, Advertise Here ---: TODAY'S BEST





For Rent GLAMOR GIRLS Help WantedMALE Mobile Homes Motor Scooter For Sale REAL ESTATE

CLASSIFIED AD 1

I INFORMATIONDEADLINE HOUSIS FOR MINT HELP WANTED TRAILERS FOR SALE 1959 LAMBRETTA. motor scooter
less than 5,000 miles. $123 firm BUYS
I p."'". D.r Before :: SEE THE NEW 1964 price. Call 267-5303 after 5 p.m.
Publication :Tor W.a. :Frt. TRAILER, CABANA, private lot, 1 NIGHTWATCHMAN WANTED. SKYLINE
11 A.M. 8*U For Men. Publication modern adults only. No pets. (1 Call 2672845. 51 x 10, 2 bedroom, $3695.! Moving Storage 360-Rare speculation opportunity. -
Turn west Ellis Lane, 1 mile BUDDY
BRAKE AND FRONT end. man, 153 acres on county line.
WANT AD RA TEaXrl1l north of Mims. First house on ; 11ki'it I 50 10 2 bedroom $4193.
\\I x > ,
CJose to Indian
word right. apply Firestone, 109 Hopkins, LOCAL AND LONG distance mov River and
per
Fully furnished in modern decor.
: : Chtrc* 80a Titusvllle. and ers. Moving, storage, packing", aw>w canal site. Priced at $275
2 BEDROOM on corner lot, nice Free delivery set. up. Long shipping cold fur storage, crat yet acre. We also have a 25
area, unfurnished, $90 monthly. GRANTS NEEDS salesmen for ap term bank financingMARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES ing. Free estimates. 267-3341 acre parcel Joining the south

ALL CLASSIFIED AD9 $25 damage fee. Call 267.0656 oror pliance and TV department. and Dealer Brevard Ridgeway Mayflower ,end of these 153 acres, which
Guaranteed salary plus commis Skyline Buddy
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PAYABLE IN ADVANCE extends to the Indian River.Priced .
287-3735.
Except Established Account I" sion. Company benefits, group 1224 No. U. S. 1, No. of Overpass Plumbing Supply .: at $11.900 with open
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house. health insurance, retirement TItuiville 267-3081 terms.

::CUiilfi Display Rat Available Adults only, no pets 267-2744. benefits, no experience neces
SEPTIC TANKSof
.n R.qll..t sary. We will train. No :phone MOONLAND lU3-10 acres of elbow room.
The Star-Advocate mcrvei the 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath. $110 month calls, aSlltOrrtr- p.m. pre-cast concrete, steel-rein Has 2 bedroom home, some
jrlvllet of rtvlilnf or rejecting. ly. 267-6784 between 9S p.m. S Apply W. T. Plaza.: Mobile Home Sales forced, state-approved, sizes 540 citrus, chicken yard. Land is
any adrertlMiaent. which It d..m.obJ..lIonabl. After S p.m. 261.1252.UNFURNISJIED gals.; 630 gals., 735 gals, 1000 cleared and well- drained. Located -
and to ebani* the CITY FIREMEN Career positions QUALITY HOMES AND l 1dr\:\
claiilflcatlon of any advert iMment Grease traps 1 tanks' 3 miles west of Mims.
from that ordered to conform to 3 BEDROOM, open in Titusville Fire Depart. SERVICE pumped and cleaned, drain. fields Priced at only $1893 per acre.
the policy of tnla paper.The Whispering Hills section. $125 ment. Applicants must be high Pittman
U.S. 1 North of relald. Work guaranteed. lot
Overpass 196-Large building with
8tarAdvooata will not bereapoaalbla ,
monthly. CaU 267-1883 after 6 school graduates between ages
Tanks Inc. Phone AM 7.
for more than ene In* Titusville 267-5695 Septic I trees in Spruce Mills. 250 x 195
correct Inatrtloa nor will It be p.m. 21- 31, in good physical condition 4421. P. O. Box 2016, Titusvllle, feet deep. Paved street to

liable.... for to a any Mater error. la intent advarll.m. thea..- LARGE UNFURNISHED 3. bedroom I acter. and Applications of high moral at central char 28 FT. LIB.ERTY, 1 bedroom, Florida. property. Reduced to $2 50 for

the cost of the space eooupled. lip I house, 2 tile baths, built. I fire station, 513 Palm Ave. Carnpsall's Trailer Park. Mrs. /quick sale.
the Item la the advertlnment. in : car port: and utility Taylor. $123.MOBILE Real Estate 302-25 acres due east of Slims
DI:25 I
room, month. 2671928. _J -4c' V MANAGER TRAINEE with Flor. with waterfront and fish
.Buelieii ) U ida's fastest growing drug storechain. AcreageAPPROXIMATELY I Priced at $2000
Office Mall ETtreet HOME OWNERS camp per
3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH
Dial AM]I 7-0331 screened \ Start in tackle I department. acre with 29% down, bal. 3jrs.
Office Hour (:.00 t* ':80 porch, $125 monthly, no pets. "tp.IM. .>S* Excellent opportunity<< for LIVE[ RENT 2 ACRES corner @ 6%.
267-3355. wpo ,.. = 5 right man. Apply Eckerd's, Pir lot, part or all, located north
C K ,ran 403
Oy & !> $IM4 WotU infill; mm* of Mims. 2677080. -2 adjacent lots on paved
Animals UNFURNISHED. NEW, 3 bedroom tie Plaza Titusville.51ATION street In Spruce Hills, Miens.80x200lssoandloox200. .
town house, tiled bath central "Now that you mention it, he" docs make me : ATTENDANT, apply In FREE 70-ACRE FARM with 1,320 ft. I .

COCKER-POOS CLASSY popular. heat and alrconditioning, with or want to cry. River Plaza Pure Station frontage on Lake Harney, a wide $2000. Residential section,
person.
_!Ideal pet, $23 up, 287-0750.() without range. Near Pirtle Plaza. State Road 50. $20 down payment and $20 a part of the St. Johns River. only cleared and ready for build
$135 monthly. 2671928. For Sale ForSaleFURNITURE month will buy your own full 30 miles from missile base, ideal ing.

Boats For Sale IRC- 2 bedroom, like new, adults, >I I InsuranceRUSSELL acre mobile home lot at beautiful for many Summer homes, best in I 559-Two adjacent parcels on
Christmas Park. Become for deer and
and
fishing hunting U.S. No. 1. These parcels are
no ,. $80. 267-6149. 6-9
LET US SELL your car or boat. pets 5 PIECE FACTORY REBUILT 3 rooms of flni your own landlord. More than wild turkeys, tops In natural separated/ by Richey Road
Rrownmg Auto Sales. 405 Hop. p.m. sofabed suites, $89.95. Phone 267 furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite., 150 families now reside here. beauty, a good group Investment which gives two useful cor
__klns Ave., 26M320.Building :3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH separate 5412. Badcock Furniture Company 7 piece dinette all only $13.85per INSURANCEInc. Don't buy before you see for opportunity of "00 per ners. One parcel has 188 ft.
dining, screened porch, double 21 East Main Street. month. Decor Furniture, 201 yourself. Only a few lots left. acre, terms. T. W. !Mero\ Broker, frontage and the other 312 ft.
-- N. Avenue Indian River
.
i & Const. carporte, corner lot, Gardendale. FURNITUREBRAND City.Magnolia Phone 2677613., CHRISTMAS PARK Sanford 322.2481101" appointment. on U.S. No. 1. Both have 400

267-5911 after S p.m. NEW overstocked.\ Must 2001 So. Washington Ave. Route 50 Christmas, Florida BUILDERS ACREAGE, 2 blocks ft. frontage on Richey Road.They .
t NIDY CONSTRUCTION resident- sell 7 piece living room suites. Grove For Sale from country Club or lots with are cleared and have recently
OFFICES !FOR RENT Phone 267-6720 Phone Orlando 2751727or
tale commercial ____ been
and remodeling mowed. Priced
$119.77. 3 complete rooms C $248.50. city sewage and water. Readyto
t 12 years In Tirusvllle. Licensed OFFICE SPACE. Good location. no money down, easy terms.j Call build on. Call Baker, 267-5530. for Immediate sale at $55 per
and bonded. Phone AM 7-2336. 1-2 or 3 room offices. AM 75728. 267-5135. GROVE ON TROPIC St., 183' Lost ft. 29% down, can be purchased -
frontage. 2672909. ALLEN REALTY HOUSES FOR SALE separately.

Business OpportunityFOR BEFORE YOU DECIDE Sec COLUMBJA EXER-CYCLE, like LOST BLACK: female cat, heart. Cocoa 636-3790 569-1100 ft. adjacent and northof
this downtown Tttusville office. new, phone 267-3612. Help Wanted broken children. Country Club 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED, new Jess Parrish hospital.
LEASE-BUSINESS. Texaco Air-conditioned, beat, parking, -- Heights. Reward. 2675442. Directions 12 miles west of $350 down, $55 monthly. Balance Exceptional site for shoppingor
Service Station, U.S. Hwy 2. $95. C. B. Davis, Or. KENMORE AUTOMATIC washer, PIANIST WANTED for First Titusvllle on Highway 50 at due. $7400. 4243 Alachua Ave. medical center.
across from Byrd Plaza, Cocoa, lando, nite-day CH Realtort; ItuI'vllle 12 lb. capacity. It works. $20. Church of Christ Scientist. Call Mobile Homes Christmas, Fla. 267-4207. '
J72-550 ft. U. S. No. frontage
CARBURETOR
FOR 57-62. 6 cylin.
Florida. 636 S709 or PA3-434. 2677840. I 267-1694.
der Chevrolet. Used 2 weeks TRAILERS FOR SALE I I RIVERFRONT HOME x 526 ft. depth- @ $80 ft. plus
Child CareONE ROOMS FOR RIMT Guaranteed. Take $5. 1039 Alford SALESMAN WANTED Attractive 14 127 ft. x 270 ft. lots to the
St. proposition to Insurance Sales. I TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT For sale by owner In Edgewater. rear priced at $1995 each. 50%
BEDROOMS, SINGLE OR Double. man or Real Estate Salesman.Call 28 FOOT SCHULTZ. 1 bedroom Modern 6 rooms, 2 bath large down, bal. 5 yrs. 6%. This
CHILD, age 6 mos. to 2 yearsin Private entrance, refrigerator, CHANNEL MASTER Antenna 267.3986 for an appointment. Garden Street Trailer Court, Inquire ONE ACRE trailer space, $30 per screened porch, airconditionedon parcel Is located just north
private home. $10 weekly 287- near Magnolia Shopping Plaza. Systems. Installed 2495. 267- trailer 17 month, children welcome. Applyto I lot 300 x 115 ft. and adjacent to Homes Rest.

5817. 2676633. 3577. FEMALE HELP WANTED HAYESTRAILER R. E. Sprlngman 2 blocks off aurant. Drive out and look it
$33,500 GA85508.BY
CHILD CARE by Dour, dar or ROOMS AND TV, maid service, at SMALL UPRIGHT SEAMSTRESS WANTED. Room I SALES 50. Christmas Park. over,
week, Indian River Heights.For 527 Washington Ave. piano completely reconditionedand I and board available. Experienced TRAILERS FOR RENT OWNER, 3 bedroom, with 1 673-384 ft. on both sides of
New and Used Mobile Homes
AM 7-5768. refinlshed. terms to suit. 783-4465, Cocoa Beach. baths, built in utility, and large U.S. No. 1 in Indian River
AVAILABLE NEWLY furnishedroom KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC --- 8210 E. Colonial Drive, 1963 CHICKASHA. 2 bedroom, on screened porch. 267-3675. City, Including waterfront.The .
Lease for men. Doubles or single. 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS, must Orlando 277-9671 private lot. Couple only. Phone size and location of the
AM 7-5759. be 21. Call after 11 a.m. 267-2475. 267-3578 after 6 p.m. Continued on Next Pago property offers many possibilities -
MODERN OFFICE building suit. REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS, CABANA AND TRAILER lot, must such as a large motel
ROOM WITH private bath and en WANTED PART-Tlme Bookkeepers TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE
able for professional use. Six washers, dryers (almost any sell. Fenced yard. 267-7481. and apartment site. First
trance $10 per week. Phone 267. make). Buy Em Wholesale plus for 3 to 4 hours In the evening ADDING MACHINE ROLLS time advertised. Priced low.
.offices, furnished or unfurnished, 68 x 100 trailer lot, zoned for trailer only
2090. : If Interested please sendresume 55 FT. 10 ft. 2 bedroom mobile '
ill service. T.V. Service Center, I x 8 cash. J. W each at the Star.Advocate 751 320 ft. commercial front.
{ or part, plus large showroom to x 40. $3700 25c -
Personnel Manager, home, screened in patio. $2300
Off.street parking. Located ROOM WITH private bath In new 2115 Garden St., 2673883. Post Office Box 82. Titusville. equity for $1,000 and take over Childre Realty, 267-2541. age on Hopkins Avenue. Pro
on Route No. 50, Indian Business posed U. S. No 1 site for new
home. man only with ITS TIME TO FERTILIZE com- Florida. Only experienced book. payments. 267-7188 after 7
River City. Call Confortl Realty, references Indian River City ,bags for $1. Nichols Poul keepers need apply. p.m. BE SAFE! I Quality Court Motel is to the
Realtors, 267-1251. location. Call 267-6523 after S f.tFr: Closed Saturday. 267- I 2 BEDROOM Vagabond Trailer. rear of this property. Owner
p.m. 2367. -HOUSEWIVES- Good condition. Reasonable.Call will consider dividing. At.
For Rent Ted Confortl 267-1251. tractively priced for use.
CLEAN ROOMS for working men. WilY BUY used appliances that Tel. work, your home up to $30.00 BE SURE! 755-Lucrative income properly
FOR RENT 267-0234. has been demonstrated for weekly comm. part time. Permanent 55 FT. x 10 ft. new 2 bedroom mobile In New Smyrna Reach. 100 ft.
months on the floor at high Write International home, screened in patio. from ocean. 3 completely
ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen prlv- Magazine Services, P. O. Box $2300 equity for $1,000 and take Deal Only
Floor Sanders Polishers lieges, TV and washer. AM 7. prices when you can get the appliance furnished apartments on corner -
i want wholesale 6457 Orlando. Florida. over payments. 267-7186 after 7
Phone AM 7-3253 2283 after 5 p.m. you I and paved street with extra
in the carton with service from a SECRETARY, BOOKKEEPER, I p.m. 50 x 100 ft. lot. Priced at
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies dealer you know. T.V. Service permanent position with i estab LEGAL PADS BIt Supply, Sic With AREALTOR $20,000 and shown by appoint.
Baldwin Shopping Center for rent. 801 Orange St. 267 Center, 2115 Garden St., 267-3883. untied construction company 267-' each at Star-Advocate Office. ment only.

APARTMENTS FOR HINT 3400. FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES, 2902. 804-3 bedroom, 2 bath home Inline

LOW rates, clean rooms for work. furniture greatly reduced for MALE HELP WANTEDDEL1VERYMAN residential area. 4 yrs.
NEW FURNISHED, 1 bedroom, men. $10-3.( CaU 267-6185. clearance sale. Wide selection, Look for this old, good lawn, awning win.
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airconditioned( Call 267-0489 2111 Garden St., Nidy Shopping for dows, drapes, city water,
WAREHOUSE FOR RENT Center. 267-5733 or 267-1926. WESSNERREALTY symbol your double carporte. corner lot
UNFURNISHED In Whispering WANTED prote tlon. It signifies ,8 and extra nice Florida room.
Ihlls. 267-7661. STORAGE SPACE in metal build. REFRIGERATOR, 4 TRAILERgas PHONE All 7-3831 13650. This hone is worth
integrity
ing on Nevlns Court.. rear of. bottles, Box 57C, Kennawa GUS FAULK CHEVROLET Is more and is a bargain for the
DUPLEX FOR RENT Star-Advocate building. Available now and high professional -
H. Road, Turn off U. S. 1 on Deles- taking applications for exper. person who can. afford approx.
now. See II. lIud. pine, 2 roads OrlandoUtilities lenced Chevrolet mechanics. See standing. Deal $3600 down.
BEDROOM only
UNFURNISHED. ion, at Star.Advocate. Obckf\
plex with stove, dU'j to house.NEW1964,.left one and right Service Manager. SPECIALS! with a Realtor Only a 852-Large 3 bedroom 2 bath,
.central heat and air. 267-5416. Remember pay your Paper Boy. No wail motion har. Not beautiful hardwood floors,
LEGAL PADS Big Supply 35c Realtor this
,
COLOR T.V. $35950 displays seal. carport and porch on Indian
25c each at the :Mar-Advocatf. when our expert movers take
:
W. T plus service. Buy Em River Avenue in Titusvllle.
Wholesale. T.V. Service Center, Office. 24.2 acres with 777 feet on stop care that of your save movo you time. .It's offer e George M. Barley, Jr., Low down payment. Before

Westwood'Manor 2115 Garden-267-3883._ U. S. No. 1, at only $88,000 and monoy. Call NOW for tho Inc. you buy, see this one.

FENDER PRECISION electric e 30% down. dttalls. S Bryan-Conway & 865-3 bedroom 2 bath home

base guitar, Blonde finish with Think of Winstead, Inc. just north of city limits. Many\
accessories, plus fender leather extras. Owner must sell. Priced -
case. Base guitar, list price $279; 31.3 acres with 960 feet of I Campbell Associates, at $13,650 and $82 monthly.
Old Dixie HighwayBrick guitar case, list price $60; worth U. S. 1 frontage, at only Inc. Down payment just reducedto

near $350 sacrifice at $200. Excellent $75,000, 30% down. FIDELITYSTORAGE J. W. Childre, Realtor $750.887Beautiful.
condition. Call Ron, 267 executive type
0331 or 267-7133 after 7 p.m.Moving Sydney Schwartz
estate just 1000 ft. north of
Homes 3 bedroom 2 Full Tile Bath 11.7 acres with 420 feet U. S Danenburg's Beach
& TRANSFERDAY city limits. Has a beautiful
JESS W. CHILDRE' S. No. 1 frontage, at only Realty large home placed among

(Colored) Central Heat, Built-in Range ""'; $27,500,30% down. OR NIGHT S Edwards Realty citrus groves and high oak
? ; ALTO" UI CO IN trees. Shown by appointment
w/Hood, Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice of Phone AM 7-0223 Ed Kittles Agency only.
482 Ft. on U. S. No. 1 at

Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. .. $82.50 per foot, 297 down Agent L. B. Newman Why Pay More? I
LOW LOW RATES I I .'.in. .... balance ALLIED VAN LINES M. N. Weir & Son, Inc.
Also F.H.A. Homes from to open. 800-3 bedroom, 2 tiled bath.
$13,750.00 r
Service I ) Brand new setting in picturesque ,

$14,500,00 $450.00 Down. Ready for Quality ..... 368 Ft. on U. S. No. 1 at landscaped lot with
lots of beautiful shrubs. Air
Compare Our Rates $69.00 per ft., 30% down.
.Occu "North Brevard's Oldest conditioned by Westinghousewith ,
a pa ncy. Well built older 7 room Real Estate Service"Investigate central heat. Kitchen equipped -
Free Estimates
240' Main Street frontage ".
home. Completely furnIshed with bar and complete

: 267-5437, 267-5293, 2672802SEE 400' spur tract. 87,120 square on a little over 1 & set of beautiful cabinets and
Lowest Interstate Ritei From feet of space. Will sell all or acre with nice shade Westinghouse Continental I I
Brevard County f I I Range. Extra large utility
Zoned B2 ideal for
part. ,
trees, plus 130 citrus room.large enough for your
FOGARTYBros. contractors plant and storage trees, $15,000, Vi cash. workshop and laundry. Grac.

TODAY Transfer, Inc yard, wholesale warehouse.Call ious 23 ft. living room with 8
; OAKWOOD ft. sliding glass doors with
CALL COLLECT! J.V.. Childre RealtyAM 2 Bedroom, 1 bath CBS white terrazzo floors makes
... ...
... Cocoa NE 6-0713 7-2541 home, on 1 acre corner lot this home one of the most
HOME Eau Gallie 254-3133 $11,900, $3,000 down. outstanding values In Brevard
MOBILE SUBDIVISION Brokers Invited 1. this quality home located in a settled, County. Priced at $13,650 with

:: -- --- prime community. Three bedrooms, 2 deluxe baths, only $450 down. can today and
: : Featuring: 3 Bedroom, IVi bath, out- let us show you this fine
"... side city limits $300 down with extra large, carpted living room. Built-in home. Ready for immediate

RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY $80.00 monthly. electric kitchen with all up-to-date appliances.' occupancy.

Beautifully landscaped fenced yard with several
r LARGE 73' x 110' LARGE POOL ,

SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES 150 Ft. on U. S. No. 1 at Oak large shade trees. Well and pump for irrigation. i
LOTS WITH .
I 5 NEW 3 AND 4 BEDROOM HOMESIN Hill, 900 ft. deep. $80.00 Owner has new FHA commitment and will pay all

CENTRAL WATER S Etc. per foot. 29% down bal- closing costs. Only $900.00 down payment. Shown
'
ance open. by appointment only.


$35 Cotmlryeftt jfcig/'ld CALL: 2. Check with us on FHA acquired homes being re- DANENBURG
$95 DOWN MONTHLYTO
,: marketed. Several nice ones are available now.

WESSNER REALTY
REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusvllle go north on In Beautiful and Hills Section. f'
High Dry Whispering
U.S. 1 to Mims. Continue! north on U.S. 1 for one more /J'Jan.Conwa'J & WnJ/ aJ .!)

mile to out entrance on right. For free informationcall Rent will be Applied 100% to Down Payment. 1 REALTY nl"e 1514 South WashingtonAM

287-5585.: 7-3858

INQUIRE AT SALES OFFICE OR REALTORS ,- INSURORSDial

DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! PHONE 267-27M ANYTIME I, 267.7125 AM 7* 2011 Day, Night or Holiday Where and get buyer better and and faster seller service expect

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Real EstateLOTS muuoMi AMI NOTICE or fiT Iv THE CIRCUIT CO'RT or TilE IN TIll: flRrt-1T 'OI'KT Ill' Tilt: iv Tnt: CIKCIIT rornr, NINTh Court of Brevard County, Florida, Florida. 4..
The 8TATU OF FLOHIDA TO: NINTh!' "LUIC'I.\I. ('loot It I' '''TlloI'I'I\I. I lilt I ir. 5' Jl UK \I, < IHC I 1C nt'' PLOHIIltIV on or before the 24 day of April.A TAKE: NOTICE that a aulf haa
Real Estate I FLORIDA INDIAN MIVKK LAND Awl, rust IUUV"RU; tll'NT\ AvIS IllS ItK :\'KI'' III' !IT'. I _\M t'OR HHt.VAHI to"' MTV D. 14 and to aerva a copy thereof beea filed analnat you 'la the Clroult -
FOR SALE COMi'ANY.) a corporation, ) former 10 I.I)KID A.IS l"I.iOltiIl. IV ('II t'.O'EIhl. Ml. WllHH. on the ,plaintiff attorney y, C. Court for Ibi- Ninth Judicial
director. C. W. uLLIOTT, ClltKtF.HT Xe. data I .II %SI KHNO.: miniNoritK MOHriltliK: HIHK'I.OKI lit: \Vlnaton Smith, Post Office Hog 417, Circuit of the 81a:I.- of Florida In
HOUSES FOR SALEBAUTIFUL3BEDROOM \TTENTION T. i. PRESCOTT) a lo!: RO I!. FIRST FEDERAL: SAVINGS AND : : III' HI IT FIUST FEDERAlS: : SAVINO4 AND Soil N. nixie Freeway. New Smyrna anil for Brr\ard ""1111w".reln
BUILDERS, 6 lots, N. t'RICE H. D. L1CHTV LOAN ASSOCIATION Or" INDIAN LfClLLK:! JI RTMAN, LOAN ASSOCIATION OK NEW heath Florida. If you fall to do .... 1>11:1.: VECCHIO Ql ALITY HOMRH.
as Is, $2200 each. Shady Oaks LEON e). LOIZEAUX. WILLIAM leavER COUNTY, a United Stat,. 'V Plaintiff 8MYHNA, tic., judgment by default will be taken I Nl'. .la the plalnurf, and, EVELYN
2 bath subdivision, large storage warehouse MILLER JOHN L.ORCNZ. C. T. cerporatlon. .. Plaintiff agalnat you for the relief aougbt la MARY ANDERSON, i-t al, art d.-
all electric, central heat and air, and small house included. HOC1 EH*, and STANLEY 8. LICH- Complainant HUBERT HARTMAN the complaint fanoBnta! being Ch..ncirv C... No.
77 x 143 lot $1200 down TY of )Florid Indian River Land v.. DefendantTO J. R. KELLT tnil'vEHNA RUTH WITNESS my hand and the sod 9TM6- The nature ..f ihi,. suit la a.ult
,
no qual.
ifying. 2676120.WHISPERINGIULLS Call owner. 2675963.: Company, a dlaaolved corporation: HONALD J. PLASKON, El .1., : ROBERT': HARTMAN.: whom KGLLY ale wife, It .1.! of aald Court at Tltuavllle, the ta quiet title <,n the abuir dea
JOHN McKAY CATHERINE Mo. Defendant hat known realdence la: Defendant, County Meat of Brevard County cribed real eatateKACH
LARGE LOT for multiple dwell KAY ANTHONY MORELLO, i NoTICE' ': OFMORTH4 loll:) Mountain AvenueCharleaton. NOTICK!: OF Mir Florida, thiS 20 day of March, AD. or YOU! It REQUIRED
3 bedroom ing or community business. $200 MARIA MOHELLO. OLK) E. NEL ( t: ronK':<'MMIHEHVLK ': Wail Virginia, TO: DR. B. E. DANIEL whose 19f1 to file your aniwcr and written do-

1V4 baths, double carport, Flor. down, $35 monthly. Also can finance I- FLEMING SON. J081E!LOIS NELsON L. FLEMIVCl E. F. : BY LEER; NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN residence. .nd poet office ..d.dr. CURTIS R. BARNES Clerk of fenaea to tha Complaint with the

ida room, by owner, sacrificing building. Inquire 2671481. I NATHAN 8 BLISESAL'NUKRa. Notice la hereby .1".. purauant to thai a Comulalnt fur Divorce hai ... la VI.UII., leorclu. the Circuit COllrl. la .a,1 for Cleric of the Circuit Court ">f Bra-
to equity 101 Dozier YrBHJ.rl"F.: RICHARDS I a Final) Decree of Forecloaure, been filed againSt you by the Plaintiff YOU ARK: IIKKKBY NOTIFIEDthat '/ lirevard County Florida. yard County, Florida, In thia proceaillni. .
AM
73631. In the above-atylod 'uurt anil
dated March 28, 1964 and entered la a complaint to foreclo.ecer' Ily: Bertie. 11.11Deputy and to sort. a copy thereof
17 LOTS, high and dry, just off MAUNDERS. MAUD DORA L. RICHARD"SAUNDERS N., Chancery Caae No. 27689 of the Circuit you U. Iseroby required t onnre a tart morl...f<-. made by J. H. Kelly llerk upon the> plaintiff attoraeya, whoaa
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, small Garden St.. near shopping. Call O. L. BENNETT and SADIE Court of tha Ninth Judicial copy of your Anawer and pleading and Versa Kulh Kellv. hi. wife, (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL: ) ..m..a aad addrex are hrrelaafuraet

equity and no qualifying. Deep 267-0241 days, or 267-3733 nites. DENNETT severally .nd reepee- Circuit In and for Ii moor 3 County upon KKLLEV.She gTKOl'D Plalntlffa A MARION atlorneya:-/ ., to Klrat K Well and drapes nice lawn. Florida, wherein FlrM b'eS..alEsvinge Aaaoolatlon of New Dmyrna encumbering 9110 N. loitle Freeway. :New SmyrDa11t..ch. than tbe :28nl day of April,
270 lively, If living, and If dead. allpartlei .n.1 Lean A..od.tlen of O Box 1001. Eau Uallle Florida, anil. itaacrtbed Florida
Swift Ave., Indian River Heights Sale claiming; Inlereite under for. Indian River tile the original answer or pleading. the .following properly 1M4.WITNESS
TradeNEW County I. Complainant In UrevaM County. Florida, to- Attorney for Plaintiff
or dtrectora W, T. 1.Freacotl. .
C. Elliott hand
mer and
In tbe of the
office lb. Clerk of tha my official
267K09.TERMS and Ronald J. Plaakon ,
and Mary/ MPraakon wll: Mar. 28, 30. Apr.60 I;) Mon: ) UK-
Georgia N. Uric., H.D. anal of said Court
I Circuit Court Tlluavllle, Florida' on In Tltuavllla
Drfendanla. will aril
Llcbty, Leon H. Lolieaux, WIIII.MIIIr. are Start at the Boutluaat corner of Brevard FlorliU
before 3U of County.
AND USED or the day April IWU this 2mh
tta the highest and best bidder for NOTICE: OK OIl?
AVAILABLE with ,,. the B\V 14 of the IIW U of Bac-
agreement John Lore C. T. Rosen, If you fall to do ao, a Decree I'm day of March 1M4.
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GUNS (repair and ammunition) c..b .1 the front door ot the Br.vnrs lion a, 21 South Mange TOi: EVELYN MARY ANDKRSON.:
for deed, no qualifying: immediate and Stanley S. Llcbly of Florida Courthouse TIlun.vllie Confewo will be taken axalnut voii' Township CURTIS R. PARSES
la
W mile south Florida Wonder Indian River Land die- County 8a Kant' : thence North along the and ANDKKHON her
Company a for the relief demanded In the Com Clerk of the Circuit, ourl
Florida the hour of 12:00
3 bedroom .1
occupancy. ."tvad corporation John McKay, : plaint. taut: line of aal.l.' forty a illilance unknown huaband, and all of
land. Indian River Gun fly V. 8
1V4 bath, bullt.ln oven and range, Shop. Catherine McKay, Anthony Morello, noon on April 13. 194 the following of 470 feet for tba 1'OI.NTOr1 the unknown hulra at law of Hpancler DC
deacribed This notice shall be published oncea <( set forth
property
fully ducted heating Maria I Marcus I Ole E. Nefaon. JoaleNelaon. aa HtXllNNINCl! : Ihenc.10'.- I Jf.UO: KNUTHON. dnceaaod. ,
system. 2t 7-
week for four H
) eonaevutlveweeke
> In paid Decree of Foreclosure, ta- ROWLAND AND PETRC3KA
3219 after 6 p.m. Schools E. F. Fleming;, Loll L. wit: la the Tlluavllle HlarAilvocate. llnue North alone' ..1,1< Forty If alive, and If dead the unknown 3'J East Koblaaon Street

Fleming, Nathan ttaundcra, EIlM Lot S, Section 11. Indian Har- TltuavlUa. Florida' line T5 fowl; then<'. Went parallel helra. leaateea... devlneea, Alt For Plaintiff
2 BR. Home-Corner lot DM needed. Call fcaundera, William F. Richard, hour Beach according to Plat DOME! .",1 Oil PK:RICH In Chambera. to the South line of said forty granteea, cr.d II 0. auocaaaora, Orlando orneye, Florida
100x115- TRAINEES 1. other
Irunleea aalgnoea or
Mautl 1.. Rluharua, N. Haunuera, thereof recorded In Flat Hook In Tltuavllle, Florida thli :7 KM' feet, thence South parallel
Indian River City. $9850. Shownby 7835575. Dora Saundere, O. L. Bennett and 36. pave *4, public recorda of day of March, ItKM.\: la the Eait line nf said Forty a rlalmanta, under any nf the Mar XI.: 30, Apr. t. 13 (Mon.) 1<*34.

appointment only. W. J. Badla Bennett. aeverally and raapectlvely lirevard County Florida. Court It.all dlatance of It feat; lb."... Kant above apeclflcally IdentifiedDrfvndantai

Smith Realtor Services dacaaaad or otkerwlie, SUBJECT to I.... auheequent (('RTIII R. BARNES to the point of brlnnln boliif,, ; and all parties
2001 So. Washing I aa ipouae, hun, devtaeea, Ie.at...., to lsj. Clerk of the Circuit Court part of the flW M of the HW >. having' nr ,rlnlmlna lo have
ton.TitusvllIe Tele. 267-3511.. iraateet, ...I.a.... llenon, credo CURTIS R. BARNES By Sortie H.IIDoputy of Section 5, Town.hlp 21 "Mouth any right title or interest In I If you have rental
PAINTING by dependable semi- itori truateei, or other claimant Clark of aald Circuit Court Clerk Karma 36 .:..t. or to the following daacrlheilproperty .

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS, small I retired native terms and references In the property Involved In late By V. S. SpanflerDeputy KKLLEr, DTROL'D MARION and other lamia, h.. been filed In altuated In lirevard housing list it in
ault and hereinafter dcaerlbed all County Florida, ta-wlf: ,
) '
equity and no qualifying. Deep Clerk I u Hox luui tbla Court analnut you and you are I
if desired. Write P. O. Box p.rtle. claiming Int.r..t. a. groat.eel. (Court Seal 1464 Highland Avenue kercby raqulrnl to file )'ouraeewer The RW'!,. of the NEH!: of Tec. The Star-Advocate!
well and drapes, nice lawn. 270 291, Titusville. aulfaeei. llenora, cre Swift Ave., Indian River Heights, truateei, .occ...01 I lit lat.r.aI orother HEATH: & SMITHINO Mar. 30. Apr. e, 13, 211> <( 2676599. clalmanta by through, under 14th Avenue,
INCOME: TAX AND bookkeeping
or against Florida Indian Hlver Vera Beach Florida I" Tit t: CIRCUIT COI'K'r lii' TIU:
service. II. Burgess and Assoc. Land Company, aow or formerly a Attorneya for Complainant MNTH JLUUItL IIKdIT. IN

GARDENDALE, OWNER transferred late. Office, 2672751. 1425 South corporation all peraona having or March M (Mon.> liIt>4. ."UIH ItHt' .till* ('Ol'ST.11.111. \ .
2 bedroom, 2 bath, aircon. Magnolia. claiming any Intereit lit the land .'.. .\. Club & Lodge Notices I
ditloned, 2 car garage. 2677273. herein deacribed the place of reel- IN Tilt ('IKCUT COURT OF Tilt: til IN: tRY: NO.' t7 1l:
dence of each of whom I. unknown; :MMII H IlIt'lo'IKI'I IT IN NIl rll 10: lit 1'1111 ir_,TIOV.
LAKEFRONT ESTATES has BRICK BLOCK and cement work. all penona claiming any eatale, AM> FftH IIKKHI OINTi, AMOS FRANKLIN: DAKI R.
the Free estimates. Yerger Construc. right title or Interest lit or lien upon )"I.OKII) \. IN IIXRMI-, Plaintiff
homes with advantages you'll tion. AM 75728. the real property herein d..crlned No. (7114MUTUAL V9LI.VNIE

like. 3 bedrooms, 1V4 baths at or any port thereof Detend.at., HOME OWNERS MORTGAGE SUE C. BAKER. I TITUSVILLE GARDEN CLUB
GREETINGS: You or. hereby oti' CO.. A Florida corporation, Defendant ROTARY CLUB
12,600. $500 down, $79.38 monthly, COOK'S WELL DRILLING Servo YORK-RITE BODIES
Plaintiff,
fled Ibat a Complaint to qulel title TO; I.IMNIE SUE c. BAKER
Including P and I., 24 year mort. ice licensed. insured, work guar ha. been brought I I" tbe Circuit v. 711 Eaat 4th Street '
gage. Large lots. Just south of anteed. 2673245. Court for Brevard Call nty. Florida, HEROD SERVANT and ROSA Alma Georgia 'I 12:15: P. M. Monday of Oct, Nov., Feb., March, Of North Brevard County
Whispering Hills Country Club a. Chancery Cane No. 27977 .,.In.1 MAE SERVANT hi. wife.Dufendanta. TOU ARID HEREDT NOTIFIEDthat ; May Time and place lo be announ-
INCOME TAX returns, accountingand you and each of you and agalnat all a Complaint for Divorce haa .".1. K erutlve llnanl, last Tueaday
(Route 405)). George B. Barley system service. C.F Assoelates. peraona claiming any eatate, right NOTICE ISVFollpCI.sioteilc been filed agalnat you and you are Whispering/ Hlllt Country Club each month Oolober thru May Indian River Chapter No. 27
Ire.. Titusville, 2673622. title or Intereit In, or lien upon the : H\IK: BYC hereby required to aerve a copy of Dick Simonet 1'rei.H. .
2670271. following deicrlbeil real property LhKK; OF IHtfir KM NT your Aaawer to the Hill of Complaint Mm. I. A. Rlgnll, President ROYAL ARCH MASONS
FOUR ROOM HOUSE with 2 bed. altuate In Brevard County Florida., Notice la hereby givea that the on the Plaintiff attorney T. Walker Sec'y
INCOME TAX and to wit umlerilfned Curtis R. B Clerkof -- -
267-2470. bookkeeping : arne. and to file tha original' Answer In
rooms. service, Resident 267-3318 Tb.j, of Lot 24 In SectIon 3] the Circuit Court of Brevard the offIce of the Clerk of the Circuit SORORITY Clifford Yoder High Priest/

Office 267-3751. H. A Township 29 !South! Range 81 Kait: ; County Court- 01.ri: Florida, will; Court on or before the 24th day of Titusville No. 6 PHI Gill WIlIi.ml. Secretary
Burgess
NEWLY DECORATED 2 and 3 The E: Vt of Lot 80 la Section 34Town.hip on the 13 day of W4, at 11:00A : April. 1M14. If you fall, to do so. Chap. BETA SIGMA
bedroom, 1 and 2 bath homes. Associates. l 28 South Range 31 Eaat: .M., at the Front door of the Bre. judgment by default will ha taken Meeting lit and 3rd Meat :3rd Wednesday 7:30: P. M.
Large Lots. Reasonable. Low Tha W M of Lot 1 la Section' 33a yard County Courthouae In the City against you for tha relief demanded O. E. S. : : Thursday 7:10: P.M. Masonic/ Temple TitusvIHe
INCOME TAX returns prepared, Township St South Rarge 3M EatiTb. of Tlluavllle. Florida, offer for lale In the Bill of Comnlalnt. r..TMU
XI l> ;
down payment. FHA. Call Con- Phone 267-3183, $3.00 and up. W 14 o f Lot 12 In Section 33 and aall at publlo outcry lo the DATED at Tltuavlllo, Florida, thla. BERTHA DEMOND lInda l.entxjlirAM
forti Realty, Realtors 2671251. Townihlp 29 South Range 38 East; hlfheat and beat bidder for canto, SO dv of March, 14. 1..1,10" HIRAM COUNCIL No. 13
ROOFING PAINTING additions The E: W of Lot 21 In Section 83 the fallowing deacribed property (COURT SEAL) Worthy Matron Ifl1.fl1A9
QUICK CASH for your house eq. All work, Township 29 South Range 31 Kaali; situated In Brevard County Florida curms K. BARNES Mr. Mary Alice Klitlee. Hectjr. TIIF.TUllrRO..... R.S.M.:
and general repairs. tC wit
u ity. 2673262. All ai ihown on the plat of Florida : CUHTItt' BARNES: Maeta lat anil 3rd Tueaday!, I P.M. 9i.n7Jun.ltem..ie: R. V. Baka
A lot 50 100 feet
x the N. W.
free estimates licen. on
guaranteed Indian River Land Company
Clerk, Circuit Court at Maaonlo Temple I..n... .
according to plat thereof recordedIn n orneran.1 being part of tba following Kravard Florida.Hyi Thrice Illustrious Mast.
sed and bonded. 2673411. ; County 1.n13 ',
$(850) DOWN 3 bedroom air deacribed
belonging
conditioned Plat Book 1 at page 169 of the property V. 8. Spangler II.{'. ETA leT'

double carporte and T.V. SERVICE CENTER, 267- public recorda of Bnvard County, at the : 8.to W.Lula corner Wbltfleld of Lot Brgln 10 FRANCES ANN JA.MIESON oldie lli'an I'r".. Gill Williams, Recorder ,
Florida.
family room, 2744 No. Circle Block 11 of Attorney for Plaintiff Indian River AM 1SH1IITill
Home service calls only plat Hopklna dec.
Drive Forest }[ills, Mr. Evans. 3883. with this ad. All repairs The SE ti of the 1W <.; of the It). go south 60 feet for point of Cape.'0.t Office Canaveral.Box Florida 111: BETA MU Meet 2nd Wednesday at 7:30: ,oM.
$2.95 NW U of Section SB Township 24
267-3267. guaranteed in writing for 90 South Range 87 Eat; and feat beginning: tbtnca; thence Kait 100 go feet south: thence 60 Mar. 23, 3D Apr. 6. 13 (Mon) 1904. Lodge No, tO 0..1. Sellre.l'renllenS' Masonic Temple, Cocoa

Th. 8VV V.. of the IW <.. of Beo- North M feet: thence Went 100 F. & A. M. IS1.1ltll
4 BEDROOM, 2 bath new, low days. tlon 34 Township 29 South Range BREVARD COMMANDERY
to place of beginning Section I.Kdtl.: NOTK': Meets 2nd aV 4th Thund.yi, 7t30Maionlc ;
down payment. nicest section In 38 Eaatj; 10 Townahip, 2g !South Range 37 No. 24 K. T.
PAINTING expert, reliable and II \I.V.\<>K<1 StEP: Temple
Titusville. Forest Hills. 267-3554 Lot 10 and 11 t In Block J and Lot Kant Brevard County, State of The Bravard County Board atPubllo District/ No. 39
satisfying work. Estimates glad 20 In Block 3 of Bhadowlawn No. Florida Instruction offera for ...1. Jamea II Rtewart, Matter
to
Rimer Eminent/
LUXURY LIVING. new brick ly. AM 70776. I. according to plot recorded In Plat purauant to th. final decree of forecloaure the highest and beat bid. uaeit bump, W Frank Darden, sect'". Florida Nurses Assn. Lacy Command'rGUI
Book a at BO of the publlo entered In .
page records acme pending! In trucka, farm tractor '
gni ranim
veneer, 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath of Brevard Florida, said Hrevard --- --- Williams, Recorder
SINGER SEWING Machine Co., County Court County State milk cane, and house trailer, with -- Meat First Tuts
built in range and oven dishwasher sale and service. Pinking shear and you and each of you are Hereby of Florida the style of which la no under carriage or wheel.
and disposal, intercom Phone AH 7. required to serve a copy; of your Mutual" o.m.l'1 rj"dnr.Co MortgageCompany ': Then Itema may be lnapect Junior ChamberOf of each month I p.m. Meats 4th Wednesday:! 7:30 P.M.
with AM and FM radio centraloil etc. sharpened. an.wer upon Piaitiff'e. ottorneye Monday through Friday *:00 A.M. to Misonlc/ Temple, Cocoa
2244. whose names are annexed to this veraua Herod Servant and Raaa Mae 4,m p.M\ At foot Federal Savings ant Loan
heat and airconditioned, Notice on or before the. 8Mb day of Servant, hla wife, and Docket Number Tha buaoa and house trailer may CommerceEarl President Dorothy Forater, R.N,

wood burning fireplace, wall to FREE LP bottled gas installation. April 1964. and to file said. answer whlrh la *'7U4. be Impeded at the Melbourne hue. Secretary Doris Mlllner, R.N. PILOT CLUB
with the Clerk of tb. Circuit Court WITNESS: my hand and official Compound on Moaroa Street In Mel, Spencer, Pr... Phone AM T-5Q7J
wall double Titusville.
carpet, car garage, 209 N. U. S. No.1. for Brevard Ceunty.. riorlda at Titusville peal: of ald Court ,thla 27 .day '01March bour.*.
---- -
$ -
1 fully landscaped, corner lot, Suburban Propane Gas Service Florida, therein. anting up '1M4.' Trucka, tractor r a.goea n,1 milk va Pintino Sicy Mr. Betty Jene, Pro*.
27500.: For appointment 267. 287-6411. the estate, right title or interest la Hon. Curtis R. Barnes came at tha School Supply Wire Citizen Bank Building CZECHOSLOVAKAMERICAN .
1928. or Hen upon the above described Clerk Circuit Court hnuan, Route No. f>20, one mile aaat CLUBOf Meeting\ 1st and 3rd Wednesday
Brevard Meet Every Thursday 7:30 P.M.
County :
property claimed by falling of Cocoa
pout 12:00 Dixie
: Hotel
Used Cars & Trucks which Judgment will be catered Bin' Bertie Hall Bide muat be returned on or before Titusvllla
-- --- -------
BRENTWOOD ESTATES .aln.t you ..d each of you "lbs Deputy Clerk 10:00: AM. Monday April 0, 11)04) 10
4 well planned models are now 1962 Corvett, excellent condition, title of the case I. Jslmar. hc., (REAL) the Board of Publlo InatrurtloaP. TITUSVILLE POST ?:O. 1 811 Grannis Ave. Executive Board Monday

open. Brentwood Estates Is minutes 327 block, fuel injection, $2950. Plaintiff vi. Florida. Indian River Mar. 30 (Moa,) 1864. .Bid 0. Has I, Tltuavllle, Florida. Regular msaUoia 2nd< Wednesday ef I Before 1st Wednesday
Inatrucllona he obulneclIn
Land Company et tin., Defeodonts. may
from downtown Titusville, 267-1771 WITNESS my isnd and the .eol of Maintenance and Construction AI' AMERICAN each month Hall open each Tuesday, i I TITUSVILLE

West on Garden Street. FHA 1962 CORVAIR, series 500, 2 door, aald Court at rituavllle, Florida, IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till: Office, phone number Cocoa JI- Thursday and, < Saturday evening at
VA, 2-3-4 bedroom homes, from club-coupe, reasonable. Phone this 28tb day of March 1964. CURTIS NiNTh JIIIKIAI-'IKC'fIT, IN. TIM\ Mr.. Denver boding DlapoaalOfficer. W LEGION p.m. PUBLIC LIBRARY
BARNE Cleric of tha
R. aa I
AND FOIl BHKVARII : fllavka Jlehm
$85 monthly, includes every. 2673250. Circuit Court above-atylad by Bertie FLO HII>AIN COlDTl, The Board reaervea the right in 1421 Dr.. Read

thing. 267.7142 or NE 6-8385. Hall aa Deputy Clerk (Circuit Court CIIANCKHY': NO. tllWINOTICK In reject any and all blda. In whole or Harry Paul Ilyars Teetrkk, Adjutant Camdr VETERANS OF WORLD WAi I HOURS:

1958 OLDSMOBILE CONVERTIBLE Seal) JOHN D. BHBPABD and part.Helby Meets. lit and BARRACKS
IriS 1196
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS onlj full power, $425. 267-6685 KHEPARU 8HEPAKD MiaJOT. METTIS I. ANNAS Purchasing Bailey Director legion Mall I Tueaday Won. thru Fri. 9 a.m. o 1,00 p.m.
pm.
25c eacn at the Star-Advocar. 114 Harrison Street Cocoa Florida, Plaintiff Mar. 17 ail. Apr. 1 (Frl.. Mon. A ----- --- -- -- -- pt Meets first Wednesday Saturday 9 a.m. :3.30: P-m.
Plaintiff
Attorneya for ** : ----
1959 FORD dump truck F600. Wad ) 1M4. TI each month, AmericanN4"
Office. Mar. 80, Apr. 6, 13, :20 Hon.) 1M4.IV EMILY ANNAS Woman's Club of Titusville Lodge No. 1983' "
.
Phone 287-2845 noon weekdays.LET Defendant / Legion Hall I with Covered .

To: Emily Anna Tirusville 447 Dish Luncheon, 1 pm 4i'7p Loyal Order Of
US SELL your car or boat. 2639 4th Avenue Inc. L. E. Pepper, Comdr. .ei
TUB CIRCUIT CflRT) OF THE MOOSEMeeta
Browning Auto Sales, 405 Hop- MVTH Jll>ICIt CIHCflT. IV Hickory(Longvlew/ North Station Carolina) Meets 1st Monday of Each Month Tom Watson, Qm.

NICE 3 BEDROOM kins Ave., 2671520. "l'Io" FOIl HBKVARU COUNTY, -------- Meet Tuesday I p.m.
I You are hereby notified that a October thru JfiyMri.
.
UTILITY BODY Trucks in good 5OItIA.CliNO'F.liY; M'MBFH::' : M J1NOTICK Complaint for Divorce baa .been. filed TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUB 1 Mile North ef Mimi e* U. S. 1

HOMES 3/4 Ton Chevrolet ': BY I'I'IILlC"TIOlrHARRY agalnit you dolour1n: require J, J. Condes, Prea. Jim Maltbie, Governor
condition. 1957
t aerve a copy or
4-wheel drive GMAC 1 Ton. Call F. SMALL Plaintiff Pleading on the Plaintiff'caller..y, 7:00: pm. Thursdays Charlet F. Jacob, See'y.
% Hour From Cape John A. Reed. 47* Ballard Drive, -
267-1251. V3 PYTHIAN Flotilla Restaurant
Conforti
Ted Eau Oallle, Florida and file the or- '
ROn: MARIE SMALL. iginal Anuwsr or Pleading In the for 4 South Lake Meet :3rd Wednesdays
CUSTOM REALTY 1950 CHRYSLER, $50; 19M Plymouth Defendant flea of the Clark SISTERS
TO: ROSE MARIE: 8MALL of Circuit Court, on /ii .I II. G. Brnzenhafer
each
f month
$60: 1954 Oldsmobile convertible 8907 Weatcheata Hike before lice Hth day of April, Titusville Temple 12
: CORNER LEE ROAD 2676998. 114. If you fall to do ao, judgmentby President j t P. M.
$75. Havertown, PennsylvaniaTOU Meeta 2nd 4lh Tu... ))1 i
default will be taken agalnat by Copf. Fred Lowton Director J. W .
tt HWY 17-92 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED you for the relief demanded i la the of each month at Ip.m. Scruggs, Jr., Sec'yNorth \ I Oct. through May
that Marine
an Amende BUI of Complaintfor Softly, Roytheon Mr..
Wanted To Buy ComplaInt Douglas Fulch, M E,C. ,
WINTER PARK Divorce baa !bee a filed against Mr. J. t LaVerne Hardln-/
& Amarlco'i u. Hlewart,
you and you are hereby required Don and Ordered al Tltuavllla, Company Cup Oiect'y
Phone 644.0021AWNINGS USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto to serve a copy of your Answer to Florida, this 13th day of March, champlonihip tailing mailer* Mra. _Evelyn Freeman, Pianist Brerard ; ; Pre-Ph. AM 7-3334:
lb. Bill of Complalat oa the Flalatlff'a J904 L'.A..Llatllr
S "' .
Parts. AM 7-3686. CurtIs R. Baraea Horseman's Club p.
attorney aid to file the ...1,
Inal Answer I. the offl-e .f the Clark of Circuit Court KIWANIS CLUB Meets Second: Monday Each Month

Work Wanted Clerk of the Circuit Court. oa "i before By V. 5 .Hpangler DC. M.... Tueldayi 7:00: P. M. North Brevard
the 17lh day of April. W4. If (COURT SEAL) Center
you fall so. judgment by default Mar. 16 23, 30, Apr. t (Moo) 1M4. 12:10: p.m.WHISPERING Lawrence Parker Pros Rehabilitation
TYPING OF ALL KINDS, photostat :lIt"d takes aralnal.: you for 421 Palm Street
the relief demanded la the Ameada TNSDgEPgErNSwR HILLS Phone) AM 7-MM month
work, copy work, can makeup Bill of Complaint.DATED COUNTRY CLUB Meets 2nd Thurt. every '

to 300 copies easily, manu at TltuavOle. Flol't Cabanas Do/le Frlsbea
For Home or Trailers script typing, neat accurate, rea this 13 day .1 March J964. NINTH II'OU'UL (CIRCUIT IN President -- -- Pros.i W. Lee PertaIn
ANK POlO MHICVABU tOUSlE/ /
,
Carports Utility sonable. Call 267-3751 nites 267. (COURT SEAL) WfiIrljp Tom Mr Martha Faulk'
I".ORIIICII.NtMY 1 Oru, RVcratarr Br.vard Shrine Club Stc'y.l *.
CURTIS R. BARNES _
Screened and Florida Rooms. 6253. .*: NO. tlNM : ___ 3rd Thuriday 7:30 Phone AM 7-3043:
:
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
p.m.
BREVARD NoTICE: TO DKFEND B. P. O. E. ELKS LODGE -----i-

No Money Down! FLORIDA COUNTY, ANTHONY PROVENZALE.Plaintiff WATCH TH& 5NtRe LIllI No. 2113 ,* MM At '

UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAY I By i Berth Hall -.va- FOR U4.iViVtNS Of ELKS CLUBS
Deputy' Clerk' ANTOINETTE: PROVENZALE. Meets Monday Night
: TLTTITUSVILLE
FRANCES ANN JAMIKffON Defendant eRJVArR aAWG6Ru14RE 12)1 S. W.ihlngton Awe Ch... Holler Proa.
N. Brevard Awning 105 Attorney for Plaintiff TO: Antoinette Provenaale ''j '
Post Office Box 131 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat RQCXY fORMATIOWS I 'clock Frank Dirdan, S.c'y
Sales C..,. Canaveral Florida a Bill of Complaint for Divorce, Prams Vwlplul, C. R. Y LITTLE

267-6333 267-2779 g Mar. H, 23 80, Apr. e (Men.) 19<<. h.. .bean filed .,.I..t you ..d yeu ASHORALL'" ,+lEANI Runtll Batcheld.i', See.TlttuvUl Ph. AM 7-OMJ THEATRE. INC:
or ACRES are required to mrve a c.p" ofyour -- ----
< l< / at.'rt' A
( aaawar or pleading' to the Bill VETERANS OP lit Tuea. of Ma. 1:00: p. m.

of Complaint on the Plaintiff's at'mmd JAV 5"P/Nr BANk ToaaimasUri Little Theatre Bit''.. eft It..... *...
3600 feet Hwy. 46 ,. Robert A. Scott 2826 North FOREIGN WARS
Babcock Street, Melbourne. Florida. C/GGerS SHAl.UJWst"AreR Meet Tuesday Meellnga lad 4lh TITVMVILIEScottish'
FOR SALE! frontage. Approx- HARVEY asd file the original An..r. or l 4:45 P.M. Tharadare' a PM, eaeh
pleading In the office of the Clarkof Al/eAO. mh Jo Rite
50 .
acres bearing grove the circuit; Court on or before the Club/ Open $ P.M. Dally
3 LOTS160'x 105'on houses and barn. Almost REAL ESTATELICENSE Ith day of April, 1M4. If you fall to RlvirvUwRctlawrant' 70S Magnolia Ave. I'' Club P. O. los Ml
do ao, judgment by default will he Floyd C. Brown Pr...
St. Johns St. unbelievable financing to taken ...Ia.t you for the relief de- SAFETY /MAkES A HAPPY SHIP Ralph/ Scheibal, Commandor John W. Prater 5ocy.
mended In the Bill of Complaint.. Drip Orvla P,... AM Milt
responsible party. Price SCHOOLStart 7-S7W Mortonion, Quartormaitor Menlo tad T.... T"W: ..M.Maaeala .
250' W. of Hopkins Ave. Done and Ordered .t Tlluavlllo,
$150,000. 9 years on balance Brevard County Florida), tkla lib Temple'
this
ZONED: INDUSTRIAL after down paymenthas attend first Tuesday session u-our 7 P.u
been negotiated. 6%. Clark of Iba Circuit Court The Titusville Star-
WAREHOUSING TltutvllU Chapter
RIFLE &
By SortIe H.IIDepuly : PISTOL CLUB

LIBERAL BUSINESS W. J. Smith Realtor BUSINESS COLLEGE (CIRCUIT COURT Clerk DEAL) Advocate, 1st In circulation School Meet lit al Mon.Rlvarvtew Each/ Moot* THE SECRETARIES NATIONAL ]I

Jack J. Rosen MO-71 St. 2001 S. Washington Ph. 267-0133 1528 S. Wa.h. AYe. (U.S. 1)) Attorney ROBERT for A. SCOTT Plaintiff C!) Month 730; p.m. lit and 3rd Wednesday ASS'N. (Infl)

Miami/. Beach UN t-0272 Titusville, 91*. 267-1161 lam North, Babcock Florid. StreetMelbourne in No. Brevard. Earl Snyder 7:30: p.m.
tacO Monday of Each! :II onla'
Mar. '. 1.. 23. SO (Man.) 1M4. Preniduit Chamber of Commerce Frl.da Carter ....... AX 1311OeI



I = VISIT HOMES FOR


NO DOWN GARDENDALE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

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PAYMENT UltU i' t $15,000 TO $19,000


Several. Large LOTS FOR SALE In FAIR GLEN
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A Community Of Fine Homes In TifusvilleOnly U750to$6MOllomeuestrlctedto1800lq.ftmlnlmI1Jn.F .


LOW DOWN I

H A PAYMENT 2 Miles West of U.S. 1 Oa Garden St. COWART & CARTER, INC.



THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone 3200 Garden: 267-3222 St.,or Titusville 2672S31MOndl'




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4-B Trruavllle (Florid) Star Advocate Monday, March 30,1964
placed twelfth in the 1963 trict champions of their organization

..- -' : -- .. < International Contest. The Troubadean and placed tenth In their

SPEBSQSA To CelebrateApril are southeastern dis International Contest last year.


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: : : 11, Is the 20th Anniversary To celebrate this occasion, the Three male quartets the DAVIS LAWN SPRAY

of the Society (for the Pre chapter will present the 1964 Nocturnes and the Acrosonicsfrom f IF P4/E II AVE TOW

servation and Encours enn-nt of Parade of Harmony on Satur the Orlando Chapter and U KILi. fNj9 a STIY P EM Chinch
Barber Shop! Quartet Singing in the Melbournalres from the Mel
day: April 11, 1964 at the Cocoa
America, Inc. (SPEBSQSA). bourne Chapter will sing. The D ATNI, BugsjKM84
high :School: Auditorium at 8:00:
The Greater Canaveral Chap- Troubadcars. a quartet from 'the
'( The show will feature three .
ter wiil:! be Joining its 650 counterparts j'choruHes',I p.m The Canaveral Chor Sweet Adelines, a woman singing Fungus

throughout the United u. from the Greater Canaveral form.organization, will also per r jrV Worms

Slates and Canada In celubrat- Chapter, The Melbourne Chorus tfc
leg: the founding of this unique x from the Melbourne Chapter The Orange Blossom Choruswas tt & Fertilization

organization on April 11 193d in and the Orange Blossom Chorus district Champions for two **'' VaWfiQUANTITY

Tulsa Oklahoma. 'j. from the Orlando Chapter. consecutive!' years! 1962.63, and
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"BIG SUCCESS" CHECK Cochairmen members of the club to benefit the Civic }!i l tat}} t7

of Titusville Junior Woman's Club's Center, their main project of the year.
recent "big success" dance, the Winter Seated are Mrs. Mary Andrews, chair- i OD STOa nl"Iji! :::

I Carnival Ball presented a check recentlyto man and Mrs. June Huffman, at right, } }::L.:{} "
Ray Ledford, Pride Inc. treasurer, to be second vice-president. Standing are Led
used for the new Titusville Civic Center. ford and Mrs. Dodie Powell, co-chairman '
The check, for nearly $4,500, represented Carlson Photo. RIGHTS RESERVED 3 TOP [
several months of planning and work for PRICES GOOD THRU
APRIL 1 1ST VALUES

. Six 4 J-H Girls From North Brevard Are Winners j WINK-Bill, TOMB.. MO.- eerVIMMT IM4 I ; STAMPS


.Six North Brevard 4-H Club tortillas. high, who tied with Joyce McGuire 1 REG. 79* FISHSticks' llbsi i;
members were among winners Kathleen Mendenhall of Titus of Edgewood Jr. High, individual
In a countrywide 4-H Demon villa High, individual breads: clothing (over 14)). '1Yz.Lb' 59 PIG
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stration Day, held last Saturdayat (over 11)), making fancy yeast Miriam Welly of Parkway Pkg. SAVE
the Brevard Agricultural Center Junior. High Individual child
in Cocoa. rolls.LaVina Hannum: of Titusville development (under 14)). 50 EXTRA STAMPS TARNOW COOKED

There were the 82 county girls presenting from throughout : Ham. 9: 69; F k LO. 3 9


outstanding These were winners demonstrations.of area 64 TAX LAWCAN 50 EXTRA STAMPS GA. BRAND BRICK ran S

events days held in Titusville, SAVE YOU MONEY NOW! Sausage u
Cocoa, Eau Gallie and Satellite

Beach..North. Be sure you take advantage of Breaded Viol SAVE 20* .
23 EXTRA STAMPS Cook Quilt
Brevard winners were; this opportunity before you file your

Claudia Licktcig of Parkway 63 TAX RETURN Cutlets La. 79x Sauer Kraut . 2819,
Junior High, Individual foods NATIONAL INCOME TAX &
and nutrition (under 14)).
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of Jan Parkway Price and Junior Theresa, team Deason foods PHONE 3D)267-5530 SO. WASHINGTON FOR APPOINTMENT AVE. r- ... _- -_ -_ ..:I_...;y,..,11.J: z.1''r".T' : :,. s4- _..... .... .. ::t4-'fi .,, : V t' ,i aak *

and nutrition (over 14)), making
MORTON FROZEN CHICKEN, BEEF TURKEY, SALISBURY, HAM, MEAT LOAF


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WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE WI Dinners 2 FOR 79'

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STERN'S ART CENTER FULL LINE OF CONN ORGANS ANY Wlr4V4-DIXIt s
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PICTURE FRAMING Earth Moving Equipment l 71

ART ORIGINAL SUPPLIES PAINTINGS: PRINTS Adams Construction ((C t.\\ (l (Q Q.j
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Equipment
NON-GLARE GLASS Sales & Rentals A. ', .._.... Juice 31
44J No. Orange Avt. Orlando 1342 W. Church Keyboards Inc./ -
.. Orlando 423-4474 Organ Specialists Since 1937 : 50 Extra Top Value Stems:;
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FLOOR COVERINGDo Orlando 241-5474 t rue Lteve
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AUTOS IMPORTED FLOOR COVERING 1122 W. Church, Orlando, GA 5-4081 WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of '' \t.1f.( J

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CARPETS BY LEE'SKerutsa PET SHOPS a ..u. ORIGINAL CIePYoDANYaWINN'DIXIE
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Rahte Motors J"II Complete line Pots,
BARNES DRAPERY FLOOR Supplies, Grooming. 73 II
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Boon St. Orlando COVERINGS, INC. :
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:sea> W. Orange Orlando 6-3487
Quality Used Imports 5616 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando F1I
........'Ihl... from .tnt 551.0. FRESH \ HEAD 29
AUTO SALES SERVICE FURNITURE In Bnnax''
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PLATING ELECTRIC WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of .
Orlando Motors, Inc. HAVER TVS ______ t PPao3aN MOWAD JOHNSON POLE BEANS .

54 Store Buying Power UI: Tlt.\l. rl.UKIJ\I Coconut Cake LARGE SNOW.WHITI "f1
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GA 5-2611 100 Miles Free Delivery Cadlum Paling C..c.nsRllver .
Dodge Dart Low Terms AT ANY WINM-DIXII' .. .
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..PLYMOUTH VALIANT TREES G. Price, owner
CHRYSLERSales Peach Fig Persimmon all work guaranteed
Dogwood Redbud a Vacuum Cleaners
Parts and Service a Sewing Machines
Used Cars and ROSESI
I Sates and Service ,
1020 N. Orange, Orlando, GA 2.4541 11(22 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando r
GA 24208 ,
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: of Orlando's Most Complete' Flare ASSORTED FLAVORS
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BM-vli-it Mobile Homes JELL-O Apple Jelly ;
Part -- 17-11 W. Pine, Orlando 422.3454 Clean Used
CMC TRUCKS, INC.
SUPERIOR Colonial Dr., Orlando
7620 E.
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Selection of Used Bishop Office Equip. Co., Inc. Air But *: 8t.amahlp Ticket.
,Imports -'1053 N. Orange, Orlando I WOO E. Colonial. Dr. Orlando Tour, Crease World Will.CH .
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