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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents

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84th Year No. 40 5c Per Copy Titusvillc Florida Vednt'siuApnl 1 1964 20 raves; : T )dav Published "MoncU: \...Wednesdays u. __ ._and_}_'ridaYII._

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I Construction

j Records In Titusville

Titu',illi broke two records !e> nearly three limit the total ill "iirtini'nt: .,MIC' n permits for 44 ''I cnunrrcrtd, bUIlillt, : iHinoi,! permit) fur 10 hornet int'

in building in March. during live! first t quarter of list n. M MnU'timiK homes\ with a Inulul ; jijuom, and Jlo"ml: lit 1:1115.: Sea Coast

\ear blot value of $717,900; two mils fm iiiclitions and otters. C'ifist. Cu. obtained permits for
Tht laifcea building permit
taken out City Building Inspector Fran api, Brent' buildings, containingi \ tinny, minima $3:1TUPuk : Nix homes in Indian River!
/0'i 'slued here was
u I> Kurmar Properties Inc. which Larson'% report show that hiIF i i 1:1ID'I:) \ is totaling $J,fin?,!500; 1I"I nltt. Homes Inc, oh Krliliti! : R G. Mi'>rretto got six
for homes in Country Club
+ i u punning. to build the now ". ..-... ...-. -..--...._. ...-...-. -, Height, Hunter' Park and Jess
between ?.,
n?;i r isi apartment ;
N i f r .....r.A (t'' s I .md Riverside Drive / Lhildre obtained: (four permits
.pioee for homes! Ii Whispering
I I4 highest total In anyone I tikes und White! Acres respectively
n I," ''h in history was also broken tali" jt; .

t tMarch, total came to /rk Evans, C, It Hawkins,
$')5t>!),745 li-Au and l Brown and I'etuiner'

t II> rldilKici the City has issuedp Hi ""s. ith obtained permits for

p MI' i" : total construction w4v t\l'lI h"nt"j.

oi $i>.58.'UJi:! ( III the first three 1"rmits were obtained (for

11 lou', ,nil diuniicr' record, 11'1"Vdreho'llie., two byMipreme

Ih iirit t quuiter total fur 1904 v Lrevard at 136.000 ant!!

S2l.olxt( > and onu by Jack CramiHl
$ at $J|.SIMI 1

Brevard NaI'IBank 1 e.r WEr

;ra hill '. a t1 't
To Open 1 SR405

O Y 1 a ) /
5 ( 't
Doors ThursdayBrevard h (

National Tank officially Bids AreOpened

"-... open its doers tomorrow ; :

"" ", : ---. _. ...-.... .. ...._'........... .. with a ribbon.cutting/ ceremonyat Ai

"APRIL FOOL'! OH-OH-A! big sur lying on the sidewalk in front of oncoming 9 a.m. but the bank is open : .,.
I prise awaits Donald Anderson when hejerks Titusville Police Officer John Eads. "He today distributing stock to the __

the string, connected: to the billfold who laughs last ."-S-A( Photo). many stockholders. w

Today visit at the bank Is
P.r_ Bids were opened.
I yesterday on
bon primarily for stockholders, local I 'T y
officials, other area bank offic tt the relocation o. a portion. of

lab, etc Slate Road 405 and (lie paving of

I i.idy;;: Brevard National is opening: In -I. is 1 1PREPARING Mmmmaafmaamm this road between its intersection!

,,, MissingA temporary quarters In the Indian FOR CONVENTION- Left to right!: Tricia Taylor, Dill Luecking! with Mate Road SO and US 1 In

River Plaza, but work li expected members of the Titusville High School Jim Mathlson Gene Street, sponsor. Chris: Tltu ville, I

to begin In the near future Student Council organization, are shown Broyles, and Les Kennedy, The students Tho Stale Road Department

--- w ,, r .i on the permanent home, also to preparing signs and posters which they will leave for the Tampa convention tomorrow announced that apparent low but
tearstained ,
frantic mother, 1 Ji t. c \ibn, .be located in the plaza will use 'll t<> advertise a local student as a .-(S-A Photo), of $!M4,:Jm' nit the,, pmjtrt was lubmittt'd -.
chicks treated with worry, U. Tomorrow there will ho gifts % candidate: for the State Vkc-Prisident. by HubbarJ Construction
anxiously( \ seeking Informationconcerning :" .i Jty and refreshment Co.
the whereabouts of
A? ) The bank is offering three $25:!
her teen.age son, missing since < The new routing of SR 403 will
savings bonds-one each for the Pains" Of City
Monday. first savings! account. the first "Growing take It west t of the Whispering
'. to personal checking account and
Greg!: Ivo, a year-old Star
Advocate newsboy, son of Mr. the first commercial checking It will run from U,S, 1, west on/
and Mrs Robert Ivo of 1640) account. These arc limited to Beset Po/ice Department South Street( pad both Parkway

I Locke St., Indian River Heights: only one per family Junior Hiiih and Whispering hula

left for school Monday morning, .\4 ,. Ic t4e The City of Titusville, maybe toxicants. add to the congestion! already, on Elementary: Schools, curving
#. southwest pant the !latter to just
giving hip mother the usual from A tremendous Increase hall highways.
If You Want To unknowingly is suffering occurred our ; touch forest (fills, skirting( the
goodbye kiis, and has not been what could be called "growing: : in the rate of accidents The lituivillu I'olup Dipnrt Hills the west
r Whispering' area on
seen sine. < 'f pains". The past weekend!, for Instance Investigated, with a total of 253 ment has an extra big Job on Its side' and! turning south lo con-
Mrs Ivo told the Star.Advo. e' e9P VoleRegisterBy there were 17 accidents bl'injjllnVt'Mtiiluted during the first shoulders' as the, city grows: an I ni'ct with tho present locution fl(

cite this morning that she has reported and nearly 100 arrest. three months of 10(14, as com pur. Crows: but (they arc continuing 403 at "dead! man's curve", abouta
no idea where the Titusville within the city limits ed with only 83 for the same period to give the service offrrc I In tile mile north of 3D,

High: junior could have gone, or Saturday Most of the arrests were are. In 1J This, of course la pant plus taking care of the new
why hI left If he haa gone to suit of the recent crackdown, or not just a local problem but ni- rctipitnsllillitirs' plated upon them A portion of this Mill be four-
relatives, the closest of whom dered by Police Chief W T. lion wide, as more and more cars by the explosive growth: of the 'holed/ ,), the remainder being two

live in Palatka, they would have Saturday will bt the let day Brown are manufactured every day and area, lanes

notified her, she staled T before the May primary, for By way of comparison, a summary
"We did have a little family 45, elf f ? residents of Brevard County, of the past three months'
t trobljm Just recently", Mrs, a + who arc eligible' to qualify a* police activity Is at follows:
Ivt. said, But it wa the normal voters, to sign up on the registration During January of 19BI there Industrial Area Garden Street

familv discipline problem, books, according to were 2 Supervisor of Registration Mrs. 67 during January of 19C3; In
foi bidden the use Edna Carlil.
'Greg was
Gets Ivo February, \14! there were 154

cf the family car for felt a he month had Stat. law provides that the against 121 fur the period in Business Zone Urged At Hearing
his father
because teacher! The teacher told her wide telttvoe: hookup bock b. closed 30 days prior to 1963 The month/ of March police

abused the privilege. lie had a not to concern herself: that he Greg is 3 feet, five Inches tall, the election, which is scheduled: activity was aiMin higher/ than

date with his girl and asked for would come home when hungry, weighs 130 pounds, has blonde for May 5. last year with 218 being arrested Tilmv,'Ilea new proposed( toning ordinance he added -=

the car but was refused by both but she said when he didn't The books are located In the compared with 100 last year. map drew only 39 corn Ml cfviipliiints' were ncordid Several others pointed out that
and father His hair with crew cut. When last
Ha. mother come horns\ Monday night or supervisor's office in the green The rate of violations which from about 75 ut. and tocmcil members\ will study Garden Street would... be a main
take plaint people
mother told him sh.eould Tuesday morning, she called seen he win wearing brown metal building writ of the normally occur have doubled, rush In di-tuil tlio ouchfara;: between U, S. I,
Min wherever he and his girl Sheriff Leifch Wilson's depart pants and u brown print shirt courthouse tin( front of the FlorIda and even tripled, in tile last t year. t"n'linu", the public hearing in thu the cauieVay, and downtown
wanted to but the boy re- auditorium of Hayvitw Element- Mdi'inty, of the complaint
: go mint to get their assistance. Anyone knowing his u hereabouts East Coast Railroad pu.I.ng.r These include exceeding thespeed Titusviile to the proposed Inter
fumed saying: he had to have the The department has issued a ur cam I lend any information station). limit, disorderly conduct ury School Monday nblht. wen in riHird' w Individual pur ate r. 9} Interchange/ and that
Brevard) "W. will Intoxication, failure to have veh. It was the first time the eiiun- eels and not
cat statewide notice to be on the should: call thu be open on Saturday on large areas therefore it should.! be business
'Crcg was under more than lookout for Grrg, over the state County Sheriffs Department from I a.m to S pm. the same Iris under control and driving ill had i conducted a hearing! on J"xs Cluldre, local builder und $.. 'INDUSTRY On Page I
normal strain recently," Mrs. as we are every day this while under the Influence of in tlii, map and proponed lllningShe's roultur, pointed) out that a area
Ivo explained "It is report card w..k she said.
a': the intersection of 403 and 61)llCIul,1 )
lime and this had won; fed him Circus Saturday In IR Plaza Books are also open In the fit1 zoned/ for warehousen Will This Be
quite a bit. Also he is at that branch courthouses In Rock. r Named For Girl's Stale Indiitry and nut residential;

age where he is just a little bit Coming/ with its entire com From the Ringlmg,: Uros, Bar ledge and Melboll'". thjt t Gulden Street should be
hard to manage He has a girl Tricia Taylor, 10! YI'ar.olr! Titusville .
until: l bu/inuss throughout, that Final Draft!
who haI pany, Sells and Gray Circus has num and Bailey Circus comes themighty :
frienl named Nancy, Two Tracts Up For Hikh Scliwl' student has ut Iriiit t onu arcs withIn the city
I keg to show off to, and all this 3 rings of spangled splendor, anl 1 1Is :; pretty Carmencita Del
combined probably put him under said to be bigger, better! and Teide, Spam s lovely goddess of Tax Sale MondayA tern selected to represent,> Titus mould, be zoned for heavy industry Drafting of what may bl tht

stress" sho said. grander than ever. It will Rive balanced flight. But 23 years of vlllp at (jirl's Stale which will beheld M and that the ana In final \purchase contract between

"I Gr S's stepmother, butI two performances at Indian age, yet her harrowing hca'I. l0-acre tract of land north. this summer, at Tallahassee. A liiih his business development tlCiiv of luutville and First
hive am had him since he waj River Plaza (on Highway SO) Sat stands on the strung steel oar west of Mims and a lot in the on the campus of Florida State r 'Im" hewn constructed on North Honda L'MLties: IDC, U nearly
Port St, John will he sold i ut L S 1 should be
close, urJay. sponsored by the Indian have amazed countless millions area zoned for completed: City Manager Cleveland
four and we are very University
River Plaza Merchants Association from to both from the courthouse at 12 noon Mon. bu,mess and not residential
coast coast
Talnulae: reported th 1
and his father, Girl'a Mate the
c ositr! than he and (feature day, according t bra B. A. McOnrung sponsored by
which is not usually normal for personal appearances of the delinquent tax department American Legion Auxiliary n attended Childrc said that the counuls rr.nl'nng.:
a i7.year.old I was always the Receiving top billing this year spots Ion networks on all three major televis of Clerk Curtis Barbies': ( of ) by girls, who display :ooperativenuss yp.w:1 and zoning board of thi, T' Im.iditJ said that City At'!

one to c>> out and see the noles are the sensational riding Santi- fice. dependability |>hy ftituiv would> 'save themselves tntn"v Max Brewer would oniI '
he dug and to praise him for altos, whose equestrian feats have Executive producer Bill English! 'steal) fitness, and avtra: ucadcmi' ., lot (if headache by taking I 1I'If',l tl l is drat nf( the contract
made them known as the Royal recently returned from his last The tracts will be sold the ,
ti ( standings They ur choa: ,
hammered Into md it would)
the nails he me area propose! >d a* GU (gen today nr tomorrow
Family of the Brazilian Big Top. talent search In Europe, and has highest: bidder for each The
the Tltusvule school'
en by high ,
little fel il bf Florida
hoards when he was a I MM") and zone it for heavy tubmi led to First
Star member of the family troupe assembled a poiporri of the Con. property Is subject to redemptionany faculty "
low Mrs Ivo reminisced "His in in tr\ 'trnmedl,t.ly.
is Eddie Santiago: the on'y man t nent's: greatest acts Many have time prior to Issuance of tne
Taylor, at 1115
a junior
father waj working, and I, not If you dun t some sub flu I "Wi", host :It will b" the final,
in the world!, who jumps throughthe been seen by American audiences tax deed Is a member of the Nt: anal ,
lke stepmother I I': be located draft Jf a purchaw contract and
wanting, to feel a 'I in thoM
hoop of fire on horseback. previously only \1.& taped UI!:? Honor Society, Beta Club, Ar :
took a lot of time with Greg." vision One tract is located six miles or i u '" ml II. heavy induntryi tt t: we cam, ill now agree on
Sharing the spotlight with the appearances Club, Student Council. and .
Mr: Ivo said Greg left home west of Mims ant a half mile a ', : i lica'.ion' nearby! ther it," T-ilnudjr si IdNjtiettQ'kortf .
Santiagos are the Aguilars Eu Circus Hamburg ghee Germany cheerleader.She .
with: about S13 he had accumulated north of State Road! M. In Section I i in,mv protents If it Is : for such pur-
rope's moat thrilling stars of the of is ,
s supreme exponents the daughter.: of Mr
and said she should have acrobatic 7. Townahip 21 South, Range :M n 'I i fur', induMry now, anyone ehaic have been underway be'
precarious perch pole. One of themrst adagio, the Duo Red. and 1 Mrs Clary Taylor, Mims,
him the East. 55-in I residential. (wren the city and First Florida
wondered about getting HIM propert
spine tingling: moments of cans. Michcllety. unicyclixt extra. and 1 has two sisters, one attending
money together, but just overlooked the entire program occurs w, from France The TrleU AII: kiui* about the industrv loteer,,l month\ .
.en ordinary comes other tract Is Lot 7, Block Brevard Junior College and another Taylor
it. Lohta Aguilar does the muscle and Claudine i I' Denmark' J. Delespine Grant, In Section 18- a student at Parkway Jun. fnllOJ', : at the time of pureh
The worred mother said she grind atop the :30 foot swaypole champion lady plate ipinner Dial \13, Township 23 South, R.;t"e 3813 for High Trirl.'. lather graduated ed last year at homecoming cant interest Industry ,uu. xvuraOwattr. and sewer
found out that Gregg didn't gi balanced on the head of her husband covered in Rome were, UK Ital- East south of Indian River ( from Titimtll/ IIlp School Barbara Bitti.;fJIno.a junior In a site which "mu. ..t be re>con, fjltfrni' thit!*Urgent! being In

to school Monday and called a S.. CIRCUS On P9t I cur':} in the Port St John area in I'M, the class that was bunor' wit ehusen< as alt rnatr' I.j !h f f'h'y. ""IP I 1"I'at. on, It," t** If I, In River City area.Pr .


2 TltuivllU (Florid) Star. Advocate W dn.id.y, April 1, 1964 I

Celebrate 'round town

Their 56thAnniversary I I

tDttA oNort16 Netos And Brenard Notes Phone 2(7-3994 with harvard cartoon J_

I r

Mr and :Mrs Ben McWorter II T. (Shirley) Walker, dept. The Titusville Order of Rainbow
(By Barbara CitUon) Joanne) Girls began 'stuffing'
oi Detroit were pre Easter guestsof chairman and I\lrl. Roy ( envelopes
Vly:> 00 yearn ago a young Mr. and Mrs Carl Jackson on Roberts delivered the Mu Mus for the Cancer Drive this
,'.lal rind couple came to this! U S. No. 1 last week after visit. last Friday and came home with afternoon in the old St. Teresa '
aoa from Docatur Illinois, and ing various points along the west memories of OohV. "Aahs", Rectory on U.S. Hwy No. i
decided to make their home in ,..,.. __ coast The McWorters plan to smiling faces and many "thank These girls have joined forces
Titus\llle Saturday, Mr. and visit Dr. R. W. MeWorter In Columbus yous" for the new Easter Outfits with members of the Beta Sigma
Mrs. A. O Clark very quietly Ga., before returning to The department also furnished Phi Sorority and the local Moose
celebrated their 56th wedding a Detroit, where Ben is DepartmentMgr two wards at the hospital Club in preparations for a successful -
anniversary. s" te 11n for the Ford Motor Co In with Easter balloons. Cancer Drive next monthTonight'
When Albert and Bess Clark Dearborn, Mich

first moved here, Titusville was
the night if you're
Good Friday was a happy Ladies AuxiliaryOf
considerably different than it Is very planning to see "Death Of
tday( There was only one occasion for patients at Sunland Volunteer Fire Salesman" current production by A
'i ruin street the highwayt Hospital this year and an especially
the Mask and Hammer
Dept. To InstallThe Palyers
rewarding day for members
t rough town no bridge a-
Curtain time Is 7:30 pin In the
i oss! (the river to Merritt Islanda of the Jr. Woman's Club Ladias' Auxiliary of the Titusville High School Auditor.
d the scenic road along In. Home Life Department who help Volunteer Fire Department will sum If you don't have your tick.
d an River Drive to Cocoa was : 0 I cd make it so These gals worked. meet Saturday April 4th at eta yet, phone Wanda Wyckoff
F.a long hard hours to make M different
ttion! the major highway. There -i- I F. Mu Mu'i so the patients 7:30 p.m. for the installation of director at 267.3618 or Al El
wps/'! no route to Orlando, exceptvia would have them by Easter Mrs officers and a covered dish supper more. at 26705400.Speaking .
New Smyrna and a trip to 9 -t.LTL .

Jacksonville meant one compute This affair will be held In the
day going and one cum ,, Local StudentsOn of theatre productions '
.L : : Indian River City South Titus
pk'te home day for the return trip : : I Dean's List ville Fire Station corner of drama, we students hear all at Titusville English High and

ht At Florida StateThe Coquina and Hopkins
-S and Parkway Jr High have been
Tht Clarks built their first _
dome in the midst of a grove: in S 1 ?! j tl'Oi/ Deans list for TrimesterI All Auxiliary members, their invited to attend Thursday,
we was announced by Florida husbands and companions are dress rehearsal of TitusvlUe Lit
Indian River City and were living
( ..... ''l,' .o.' ..". State University today The urged to attend and all firemen tie Theatre's "The King and I I"
there when that community 0. 1
0 1I and their at a reduced TIIS
Incorporated in 1021 In 1927Albtil .. -I list contains: the names of and volunteer firemen price. students
wives ere cordially invited. have been studying the play and
North Brevaril undergraduates
was City Manager and is n ao acting out parts of it during
carrying 12 or more hours who
now 'one of the oldest City
A Secretaries Plan class. This Is a wonderful
Managers in the U.S." He will made point average of 30 (B)
(unity for these aspiring
be 85 in May. or higher in moat divisions 3.23 Rummage Sale young
theatre enthusiasts to see the
y \
aera e- the College of Arts and
Later, when Albert opened a r yy. j- 7 Sn .t f Sciences and School of Titusville Chapter, National workings of a major production.
yQ Engineering
plumbing shop and farm equip. 5',4i ; Secretaries Association Inter.
: i 1 -\190':' Science, and 3.SO in (the (
ment store, he moved his familyto _jy I S ... School of Nursing. national) will sponsor a rum Mr and Mrs II. T. Walker and

Titusville _'"'.N..''' L _. : Titusville students included on mage sale on Saturday at the daughter Marie of Golfvlew
Bess utilized her musical! talents the list were: Chamber of Commerce building. Drive returned recently from a
by teaching piano and or The Clarks On Th. r Wedding Day The darks In Whispc%flj Hills Home Today Peggy Jean Hartley Arthur The sale, which is for the benefitof five-day stay in Atlanta, where
the home trust fund will begin Tom attended the Thomas lien.
gan to numerous young music! .I I
Eric Johnson and Joan E. Tejan.
""' 'fO' at 9 a.m. man Dental Clinic
and, for
nn many years was ; North American
the only music teacher in the Wessingers Observe
1 Wives Luncheon 1-
area She was one of the first
members of the Sew.So Club I, I Set For April 8 28th Anniversary LEARN( EARN !
and later became a member of I Mr. and Mrs. W G. Wessinger, '
The North American Wives 709 Rock Pit Road Titusville,
the P.E.O. She is a member Secretarial Courses
I luncheon will be held at the celebrated their 28ih wedding anniversary .
of and, for more than 30 years, ;' ,
was organist for the First Baptist I A : WhUpenng lIills Country Club Saturday March 28th Speedwriting, Shorthand
t r f i Wednesday, April 6th, with Mr. and Mrs. Wessinger and Classes Now Forming!
Church. .,;
cards at 10:00: a.m. and buffet son, Boyd, came to Titusville
Eventually: the Clark'f children J
I I I ,i lunch at 12:30.: eight years ago from Columbia, HOWELL'SBUSINESS
grew up and, all but two, e; I S.C.nsked. "
Mrs. Jean Clark and Mrs. Ken q \ All Rockeldyne and Auto. j

(Kay) Moran, moved to other Y ,tics wives are cordially invited to call Mrs Thelma Bad, E S S COLLEGE L
parts of the country.Mrs. : cliffe AM 0484 by 6:00 p.m.
l. 1528 S. Washinqton 267.1161
Frances Jensen lives in T<. & I Titusville area residents are April 7th for reservations.
Winter Park, Noel Clark their .
only son, lives in Missouri and .:'
Mrs. Marian Townsend residesin t
Charleston South Carolina. ._ _. .n '.
Albert tad Bess moved into FIRST TRY FREDRICKSYOUR J I

their'present home on W i Bering Mill Dotty Levitt .. .. ;.. ..... ---T- .... '70' .
Hills Rd. in 1956. Here are ,
DIFFERENCE The youngest and'oldest
found many pictures of their Dotty attending Sunday's Mother-Daughter Tea sponsor- FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE

children at younger ees: their the Jr Woman's Club had a span of 81 years dif

,seven grandchildren and two To Wed in their ages. Chatting about the age difference TERRIFIC SAVINGS IN EACH !
great grandchildren proudly dis Mrs. Ben Storey and petite daughter Monique, one DEPARTMENT
played Albert Is an avid picture and Mrs. Mary Boggs, 82 years young.-(Carlson
puzzle enthusiast and ).
works even difficult ones quite Fort I -

fast. But, "they make me nero
vous" says Bess who Mill loves Marjorie -

enjoys playing working the organ in and the piano yard and City Olmstead area,Drive, New Shipment U DRESS SHOES I GIRLS' DRESSES

And while she enjoys working preaching
in the yard Albert or "A. ghter, Dotty, to I
0." ei he has been called by his Fort Lauderdale. SPRING FASHIONS COMPARE AT 10.99 and Wear

friends for years, has enjoyedthe ( ized The wedding', Sale $$6-99 to 1.99 $ 00

golf course lIe says he's First Saturday Church of e I tUh 4
one of the oldest regular golfers 2300 SW 15th 5 & 10 I STOREMIMS Sale 1 1MEN'S

He can go right out his dale at 7:30: p. BLACK ONLY CUSHIONED SOLEI!

back yard and be on the coursein Friends of) the PLAZA MIMS, FLA.
a matter of seconds vitedIN .
In November he will vote in

his 16th Presidential election Tilt: ('IItCIIT
every one in which he has been .HI'HI\I.C'K". .. I '' AFTER EASTER j,1, 1
eligible to vote. He's quite proudof <<< 'lmnrry >: e. (mumMIIK
his right to vote, and for a SAMUEL VINHUV'K DRESS S
: M ,;
very good reason. His ancestor, ANNA' llhLKS: SLACK SALE E i
Abraham Clark was one of the
authors of the Constitution of the vaJAMER'" E. 1. ALE Chooul
United States. UOKUTHV M. L I!:!' If Perfect Or t

TO: JAMEr only !M 1':.. I.. :. : : I OFF SS.99 $$2-97 2 For $$5-00 I CROUP OF 150 DRESSES .

Card Of ThanksWe i's.silo rieimtnt Broadway. ( Pair J VALUES 1'0 8.99 $55 00

You Boys Reg. 1.99 S. S./Solld Check
the many wish to people express who thanks helped to hai above been.nllll lint..J C a." OUR PRICE ) L
ITI"i. SHIRTS I T S $$1.00
make our Spring Carnival a ar.other required r".|>nnilv to.file . . SALE \
cess Especially do( we want.1Ie'l Clerk of tlili ,I '
copy thereof upon ='
thank the merchants, who don. torneyi CRUF( r' : j
; ::
atcd gifts, the Cape Canaveral tu.vtllH.HOLLAND Florida, Sea, 1 "NAME I y
Clown Club for their work II C. April SO, 1.W4\ If LADIES' REG. 1.99
Decree. Pro ('..nt... S
Kirk of Florida
providing the rides Wonderland and operators for again In WirNK the Complaint you! \tar my the ,I BRANDS"SHOES MEN'S WHITE SHORT SLEEVE BLOUSESRollUp l S E S 51.00

and all the parents and all. Court at )

teachers who Bayview worked so PTA hard. County March' 11164.tCOUNT"'Inrl IIF.AU.
Clerk Hrevarcl of the Oxford Batiste and Broadcloth AFTER EASTER CLEARANCE j

If you have real estateto lly V Deputy. H' ,$ TAB IVEY PLAIN COLLAR HATS T Values 88e

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AprIM 1 1,1961 Titusville (Florida) Stir. Advente Pig J --- -- Card Of Thanks Card Of ThanksI
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I wish to thank all my friends
would certainly like to thank j
Mims Area Happenings rI and neighbors! for their several
wonderful J Jiard
erte' nets of kindness their call, everyone for all the
t cards, while in Halifax[ Ditrict < and 'Inwcri cnt to med j;
r e I t hospital[ Daytona Boach. < "..i ni' Tiy recent illness. ,j.
Barbecue At First 1 i t ti
Sunday BaptistBy Rev. C H Bascom Ho 'Sullivan
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( Mu. Gladys Mclendon) Eater Viitmg their cans Mrs Marlon'!! rt"rt1 I Ifr.
AM 7-1243 Sgt and Mr*. Billy Seville Mrs. Elizabeth Clippard\ returned KELLER MUSIC COMPANY ;:
and children of Colunbia, to her home in Charlotte ,
There will be a barbecue dinner S. C., were visitors last week with them. !i I On Melbourne Causeway Tndialanilc
r EJ": "' ..
It, .
next Sunday, April 5th, at with the Sgts. mother and his I PIANOS & HAMMOND ORGANSNEW
the First Baptist Church of brothers and their families. Mrs. J. C. Runions of Peari PHI BET Ml) PLKDG1-.S) ( -- New pledge ritual re'ntl'om} left are
Mims, following the morning They stayed with Mr. and Mrs. burg, Virginia Is here visiting pledges! of Phi Beta Mu ('hapter of Beta Melody Herman: IV'' t ,<"iyge\. Mar JoellillsbormiKh ) _. USED
service. The Church will furnish Francis Beville and cluldren.On her sons. R. L. and James Run Sigma Phi chat with aororitv president, v.ii\. It. Saudi Mac ( allot! ; TITUSVILLE CALL MRS. MORLEY. AM 7.1381 After 7 P.M
the meat and the families Easter Sunday all got together ions, and families. Gayle Sellers, following the combined Sharon Brown und Plane Robinson. INDIALANTIC CALL:, MRS. HAMACHER PA 36340
bring the vegetables and des for a big dinner and egg hunt.
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serts. All are welcome to enJoy On his return after his furloughS Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Sharpe and .;
this Christian Fellowshipand t. Beville will be going to children Pam Karen and David

a wonderful meal. See you Korea. moiored to Cuilowhee, N. C

Sunday.On over the weelcundto. spend Easter I
Mr. and Mrs. W. J :Matthies with their son anddaughter-tn I I INDIAN
April 4th the Intermediate are visiting with tiicir daughter law. Larry and Jewell Sharpe
and Young People's Choir and aon-in-law, Rev. and Mrs. and their small: daughter. Kim. .
of the First Baptist Church of Joseph Boutwiijhi and family. bcrly. .t
Mims will (travel by bus to attend _
: n Music Clinic at the First A/1C George E. Tucker from Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Shrader,
Baptist Church of Ocala. Amarillo( Texas Is spending a and son, Darrell Jr., visited e ti
13 day leave wi;; his parents, Mr
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Mrs. Francis Bevllle assistedby Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tucker, at Shrader, of pia--
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TtwsvllU (Florid) SUr-A4voc Wednesday April 1, W4 Titusvill (-Florida-) Stlr.AdYOCII.

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Is Pride Month\ Fulbrighl's Plan THRTS I IMY -usury- -H.-u.loon----,-Pr",
April>' Mne. heart IIf. IludRlln..J'
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Perhaps you've already heard it several times today Senator J, W Fulbrightof Arkansas, chairman of tAte y tI"coDd-ClaRa villa Florida.portage paid al 'I'll ,.

is 'April Fool'. powerful Forug Relations: Committee, told the Senate ,
the other day that the only way we can confront tfre I..... .h.ael.lunuinl .. .
Today also marks the beginning of Greater Pride, :\ .11.11.1 .t'.oritiI., ', ,"
many different problems today is by thinking in new and ---- ---- ---- -- -- I
Inc's, "Pride Month" A kick-off luncheon was held at Hellry II 11",,1<,,,D. i'utIishr
even radical ways. I.ll'rl II II.IR". Winn: ,
noon today at the Torch Club for the April activities JI..I.I. thins. A'v rtl.lnll Mal,
He also suggested that we deal with realities and accept "' ""''on. O. Lyrly ('I"'lIlull" \' ,
which will include "Pride Week" "BeautlficatiolWeek" STATES \ri --
the world as it is today not as we would like ff1 lIub.rl tllJn hales -
and "Clean Up Week", so you readily see Pride isn't fool. A.
for it to be.Fulbrlght. _% Cv t'arrl.r In Norl nrevu,1I ,
5 _
ing about anything "r .7.b\I d Mo>, '1.110 8 Mu $. ,
contends that only a flexible mind could IC CE PT

First on the slate for the month is a recruiting drive deal with today's flexible world and urged the accept. A $5.50 Bv a stall 1\10.. In sass Flor'daYr 3' 1101" 3, '

.. fir membership, April 1.11. Workers will be out soliciting ance of the reality of Castro's Cuba, the Panamanian Oul.I.le Florida
Yr 117,1\(1\( d 1110. 31.110 a Mr, $. ',,,
new members for this organization which has as its situation and even the conditions in Vietnam. / l 1

only purpose the betterment and beautification of Titus- This ultra-iadical view, mind you, is that of the 1L wrote our Constitution to invent '.

.. yule spiritually culturally, physically and otherwise chairman of our Foreign Relations Committee, who well such a thing

.. "Pride Week", April 12.18, will be climaxed with a knows of the communist subversive activities stemming They< will have a power I I"

beauty pageant to select "Miss Pride". This contest will cut of Cuba into Latin America, aimed at expansion in Mush I asicl all right of the Mcial .
and extend their
Stall tentacles
be eligible to girls over 16 and will be judged on the basisof the Western Hemisphere. s 6S. eTTT right! clown into (thl' hUll"')

talent, evening gown and bathing suit competition. lie labeled our policies as "mistakes worthy of re- % _vI of every, family in th's' NdI":i iID ,

Attention will turn to planting and beautifying during examination" and stated that we should begin "thinking I a a't I Is ilutite out very nIO1'1 i'

.. the week of April 19-25 and the busy hands of Pride about the unthinkable" which apparently he has beeh w snip our freedom of speech 'u"' '!

will cooperate in a city-wide endeavor to improve and doing. 1 I ', of mN'lI\bly\ and of worslniK

enlarge upon the beauty of Titusville.The The import of these irresponsible statements is far- jx .\' 1'.1' II'.Jn5111'tioll will rl'qUll';
tlu'u apirnviil. if they SU dot ,
concerted efforts of all residents will be sought reaching to the point of being deplorable. Fulbright's iv".,n to t I11 piosecution by ion/ i

tin week of April 26-Ma/ 2, 'Clean-up, Paint-up, Fix-up position; is one of responsibility supposedly, to say the ;ill p<>, trtul Justice Departs.. i

\Vcck', climaxing the month long program of activity.It least and it 13 biped his views are the exception, rather Ih,il \\.11 uuUioiued/ to t,ilId ,'

i IS hoped all citizens will realize the importance of their than the rule. among his colleagues in Washington .- ,6 ,I,1 I ,ut mi on be h al I 11 t' 11 t
sr" 0r3' ,i,v per, Oil on tiny complain! <"f f
lull cooperation in this project. anything short of 100 Just t what flexible course the Senator from Arkansas :'
discrimination in housing, in,-
percent effort will measure up short. 13 advocating we take. !is hard to comprehend but \ft 1,1., tn"ni( or ccluctitiun/

Let's all join with Pride in this month long activity dangetously parallels the one Khrushchev and Castro Alu,iclncn, without this bill

... and let others know what we know that Titusville is would choose for us and u the last one we should adopt MN' FoR lC Wtall' ubjcu to fantastic controls .

the best place to live in all of Florida, and that's sayinga 1
u hits !nil will put into the hand;

lot. Take JoIilics i SeriouslyWhat 't+ s. gRIGN aMM: i,i inc Supreme Court and:! the

from hq t Of p,:nmcnt of Justice: a pow, r

i New happens when a refugee comes here equal to any Gestapo of Hitleri ',

Banking Facility subjugated part of the world He often kisses the earthof Who Will Speak For Americans? i Ir the NKVD of the Soviets\ and

= Brevard National Dank today opened Its doors in the good old United States and vows he will be for"- already the pi'o vision (for Fuc,
dom of Worship" in our Con-
= Indian River Plaza to serve the residents of this expanding ever grateful for his freedom, This is a first reaction -
s.ituti:>n has been emasiulatclby :
= area. but what transpires after the'Initial feeling of ecstasy? Letters From Our Readers the Supreme Court

= This new financial institution will be housed in tern. Most Americans or their ancestors came from oppressed The atheistic conspiracy hH,

= porary quarters pending construction of a new buildinglater lands. As time passes, too many of them, through continued to drive for this. The!

= this year. indifference, add fuel to the flames that fired government GIVE U3 A PATRIOT WITHA into our eyes to blind us to the of Latin America and exports court this has nation protected communistsin all beliefs: :

domination in the lands of their forebears. VOICE OF COURAGE truth that standing up to our trained Cubans and arms to beyond
= One of the strongest assets any city or community l'nder Chief Justice Warren
ideals for tae love of this' Na these countries and Africa: as
.. can boast is that of sound modern banking institutions A lady and her son recently visited East German Editor: has told We sit several score of decisions by
the only news
freedom is you
lion and itj your
:: in this respect, Titusville and North Brevard are One thing a relative there impressed on the son was: The people of this state and way it can be reserved, and deter end take it and still support the patient trial and[ conviction of

..: fortunate indeed "take your politics seriously or you will lose your free- nation thirst fur the voice of :a nuclear war, backed by U.N, We bail it out financially communist: conspirators hoe

N This new facility, along with our existing institutions dom like we have here" lie told the boy that lack cl courage;: and of statesmanshipto the mightiest military force in while it thumbs it's nose at us. been reversed and they have .
and a been deed t to their
interest in government is what brought about their sub cry out the world After the missiles were sup ( pursue again
Citizens Bank First National Bank and First
supreme love for this beloved withdrewour work rf undciminiiig! tins got I
jugation. This incident brings home the danger of lack Theirs seems to be the wish posedly taken out we
Federal Savings and Loan Association and their excellent country, transcending! politicaland fleet, much to the ehagiin eminent I
.. facilities valuable and much needed of interest in government. selfish intercuts. to keep us in a state of fear and And the unbelievable! effronU
provides a docile UnJer' the thumb of of our people who had held up ..
It takes effort to freedom otherwise Wher l l1Je] dership, ,,,1 this cry, the utterly contemptuous J -, ""
= service to this growing area. preserve power- ojs In ef thru hends and who( saw all!I ot f _
minority: must t have so-prcinUy-,, focus. cogimunUt actirtn'\ of Chief Justice Warren in
hungry groups/gam control. Vigilance is the Latin America offer us
: We commend the officials and stockholders of Bre' the beet, it is "don't lock the boat"of his' Judicial
(''only able to block such infiltration its: attention fearlessly on Now thpy see Uncle Sam's spineIs slopping out of
j weapon accommodation and bed
yard National Bank on their official opening today and needs of our people in their fightto our weak and help us not, nor clunk, against all' constitutional

know they will merit the confidence and trust of the Political groups seek power by using the govern- keep our dec way ot life an fellow() hip with the to insult Russian ourIntelligence will" they while we: fuller to our provisions, 10 accept appointment

residents of the entire North Brevard Area and, along ment as a gift bag. Unless the people are alert to such given to us by our great Conbti'ution bvar They seem this theme that shame t by our preSident to head a

': with our established institutions, will assume their important methods which were used in Europe, and are now being And to hold up our there H nothing by we can do short Thru economics and courage tcvcijinienl!: executive committee

:: role in our continued growth. promoted in the United States, they will find themselves heads before the world in a of a war. alone \vc can influence the Sot' empowered to investigate and the
foreign.: policy, lronK. definite conlri.l 1 all forces including
burdened with bureaucratic and unable free"-- let and wish the same ingredients -
a yoke to
thousands! of voices
and burning to let the world at Many rBI in the domg And with it
: The Stakes Are High themselves large know certainly that the raised against: this passive sub we can wind up the Cuban. HIP power to suppress whatever
show We. of course, must: stop
is to an mi.slonJre/ calico warmongers, Warren wishes the hunt for
We Americans as a whole have high ideals, generous United States going put of communism in
.. end to following a creeping extreme rightists, super-patriots!!, support! stop the truth concerning the assassi'
debate the controversial Civil
The Senate
on nights hearts and We be
great energy. must vigilant to pre of hate and other wheat from going to Russia, cut
disupl"s: :
road to socialism, a cringing nation of our lute President.
Bill became official Monday, following premature debateon serve freedom for ourselves and those who will follow. and shrinking of our National things even worse intended to other Irade and deny trade :and A'Idlhat! made the president
various sections included therein. ports to all who trade with Cuba.
discredit them and en-
blood stream at every word of smear, appoint Mr. Warren? It was
Under Senate rules the proponents of the bill will Racial ViolenceThe threat uttered from the Red courage their fellow citizens to Many knowledgeable people have clearly against the stated constitution
written the formula for
,: be heard first, to be followed by the opposition. You may voice In Moscow ciotest them! : and add their own a courseof .tl duties of a Chief
action that can give Cuba backto
rest assured the debate on this bill will be long and fur racial conflict and demonstrations which ragedin Our seeming national policy of rand of smear to the picture. the Cubans. I am convinced Justice: any way you look at
TIP greatest blot of all to our
... ious likely continuing for weeks. Jacksonville last week are of major concern to all fear appears to have prevadedthe National escutcheon is the fate Russia will respect our force if it.
intestinal : And, it seems more than coincidence -
Now that the bill is officially before them, the Senate Floridians thinking and the ot Cuba. we need it If our Government three
far that days
much of leader- by
fortitude of our
= will take up no other order of business until it has disposed Uncontrolled violence prevailed in sections of that down into the grass It began: with our assistance would oily be as concernedover ( before this Warren executive
chip o:i Cuba! even as mush: as
= of this legislation, one way or another. city in staggering proportions as groups defied effortsof loots to Castro, a known communist. Vietnam we would<\ have it taken power was invested in him,

= Restlessness and irratability will, no doubt, engulf police officers and officials to restore order. We shake with anxiety over And, tier we boosted: him to care of in a short time. Khrushchev, himself, suggested

= this body in the weeks to come and national attention The recurrence of these tragic events must be halted. our 'image" of prestige in the his pinnacle in Havana we have And the Vietnam story 1 is a tae: committee be appointed and
crawl before thevoice ndutcd his insults for years and the New York Daily Worker, the
will be ever-focused the Those demonstrators who the U N when w;! blot to this nation Is Korea
= on daily developmentsIt resort to tactics employedin of the red block and the allowed the Eutcher of Moscowto us! voce of Moscow in the U,S,
= is hoped these debates will produce a compromise Jacksonville whether white or black are Irresponsible babbling criticism of the mass come into this hemisphere Our people must: awaken, in matte the same suggestion and

bill agreeable to all however, some see little chance and must be made to understand, in no uncertain of tiny savage nations we have end toke over Cuba. Castro much larger!: numbers and bring that Warren be made to head it.

= of this development. terms, that such actions will not be tolerated. urgently formed in the U,N. by is oi.ly i is puppet Our State Department a halt and tn dictatorial our drift toward drive socialism before And itI U Warren, who at the

= Certain sections in the bill, granting great and wide The brazen defiance of law and order only makes cooperating with and piously: said he was not a it becomes to late. moment of that national tragedy -
doing: the bidding of the U.S.S,R. Communist Contemptuous of was quick to add his voice ai
= power and authority to the Attorney General and the bad matters worse. Most of these demonstrators were We dnnce to his tune, while us. Suva missiles were mounted And now the Mouthpeice", did Moscow parroting!: the Voice

= President over daily personal and business life will like- youths and they do not realize the seriousness of the situ- siiovvcrins these new nations :Till aimed at the United Chinn St-nite Foreign R.'la Oi. America, that it was!! right

-:: ly, if not amended, prevent passage of the bill. ation or the import of these unlawful acts. aid Scores of others with land bu: .es, Our people forced a dis- lions Comm J. William have Fill wing!! exticmibts among our

= If the Administration forces are interested in a bill Regardless of what prompted this trouble it did and largess of Jordan} Aid" pity of our mifnt and there was failed bright,in say Cuba because we should we accept people: who' were responsible: for

containing reasonable and fair civil rights not the not warrant the barbaric action which ensued on the even hough these nations are en agreement between our Castro This H appease.nenta tee murder of the president, in'.
tl1He'd t resident\ and Kruschchev to stead, of the communist Oswuld.
-- usurpation of federal power a compromise bill can be streets of Jacksonville which has cost lives and inflicted one by of cnc life. falling:: into \ take oat the missiles. But we a \ suggestion to give up, ..

: the fruit of this debate. numerous personal injuries and extensive property dam- way The U,N. idea on paper originally l. did not inspect the ships, witnesting surrender to Moscow and let What manner of thing is this

:-' That this would not be acceptable to the NAACP is age. seemed an ideal way to only the raising of a canvug them take over our neighbor to that has happened to us? War
the south, one by one'
no secret but, no minority group should be allowed Mob violence, such as was witnessed here, can soon- resolve international quarrels cover over a long package. rin aliendy said some testimony

to dictate the policies of government.Our get out of control and become too great for a city to han- und f for years we have been sold We took K's word against the May God give our leaders a given by Oswald's wife may
leadership Cuban; underground, who had new 'islon. May He bring for neve r be given to the Ameri-
!his idea But, our own -
freedoms under the dle. Further outbursts of this kind must be down i iiO]
priceless guaranteed Con put missiles th other public servants to
at the U,N. and in Washington told stitution, are the stakes riding on this legislation their infancy this means: keeping a watchful eye orr has backed the wolf pack were coin: ; in. They also said inspire and lead us in a crusade Why should we not know the

t selfish interests and politics must not be allowed to pre trouble spots and swift and firm action by authorities.. chorus! of the red block against time were many still In Cuba. toward: our own Americanism to facts it f our late President's

vail over these! at the outset of trouble. .% 'colonialism' echoing the demand Krushchev said, "The Monroe place our country's safety and murder: in their entirety? How
I of the "Butcher" of Moscow Doctri.ie" b dead. Promises freedom above politics and self could there be anything: that
v before and after the election of interest Theodore Rooseveltsaid we should not know'What
for the formation of scoresof
. I .. Letters From. Our Headers intum It seems to me that the Titus that Thursday the good, I would people like of this to think cyst- new nations! in the jungle of our la:e President said a Russian his "A man owes allegiance to manner of work is
Africa and joining happily in base on Cuban soil would president, but only if the this, that such a man can control -
ville! pubic: tkserves knowledge niumty will Join forces with -*!- "
Editor: when you referred to the gubernatorial of these (ads .,o that they can ten-slid mothers and fathers: siding with him against our not be permitted nor would we president puts the country first this information when
Our thirst
The past:' two Issues of the"Stu.Advocate" candidates In your add their support to the man, throughout the state in elcctiiU friends in forcing them to release tolerate aggressive action against people for leadership. Krushchev and some in ourGoveraanant
other lat.n American countries.. where is the voice of courage want to lay the
have made column Around" their people to a
me "Nosing who has pitched to plate Ho Fred Karl to the 10vcrnQr'slh '
We asked the U. N, to inspect blame on our\ people instead: of
wonder if you are attempting to In your position as a memberof rlda nonj; the nation leadersin although he is lacking. n government for which they ai'llnot
keep Mr Fred Kail out of the the school board and a con education The man who will financial support from persons ready, nor will probably ever Cuba for other missiles. This And now, before the Congressis at the feet of the Communists
the "butiher" was denied. And, no one but the 'Civil Rights", a bill so where it belongs as everyone
: vrters mi.ids! .tclentinus. community worker, I make Florida a fine stale for buying favors. it be, while same
valf Kru hclev, did it although he cleverly engineered and designed knows Let us have light, the
ed. enslaved the eastern
The Filday tion gave Mr cannot understand your action children: of all ayes, which To my political replacement, keeps
*" Dirkinscn Governor Bryant's on this matter Mr Karl Is the naturally affects the whole economic try clients, our friends Lorct- of Europe m a state of life far allowed Castro to do the telling whit emphasizing and light of truth!

"1 protege the honor of the first candidate who has worked for tl.uafion; Education ta and I bid farwell, not goocl- more vicious and oppressive And the UN did nothing stressing the improvement of our If Jefferson or Washingtonwere

'.. gubernatorial candidate to tip many years to correct the Inadequacies breeds!! industry, ; indusUy Jobs, ; by. Wu will return from time than any of the colonies of they m nt no force to Cuba colored citizen priveleges it is here or could speak from
The United !States: government planning the envelopment! of all the Great Beyond I am certain!
educational western European nations ever
pear: in Titusville alter quahfiea in our Jobs, prosperity a voter needs to time and will continue to subscribe -
lion As discussed! In our telephone lytlel1and is the candidate of only to look! at North Carolina to to the "Star.Advocate." thought!: of being Against this allowed Krushchev to tear up our citizens under the stifling they would ask Congress for
concerned with wel enslavement we utter no prof est. the Monroe Doctrine and againstall blanket of an all powerful central Warren's impeachment ts to
21 conversation of Friday, most people lest t tH l theory I sincerely hope that the exclusion
Krill fate Thus we "accommodate.we prorrisos we allowed a Bus government, that if this many of our people are doing; today -
1rand Mrs. visited Titus cf children as 1 is exempli I certainly hope this letter of Mr Karl was accidental
I ::. ;tile on March t B and invited all tied by his statewide! support finds its way into the hearts! and and that your reading crawl( before this monster in sun base, and we promised bill passes the Senate will give What is happening t t.( us.
other candidates to make from educators fear. Every time a voice i israised Krushchev we would not Invade the government of the USA, where are we headed, whowill,
of the : minds J'lJ l/tu y Ik- voters and: public will have a chance to
": public appearances at that time "Miami Herald" political writ that they investigate, ;; the candidates read this letter. against it, our press ;and Cuba. Yes. a Russian satellite is the Executive and Judiciary speak for the life of this Country?

Expecting to ne a correction er John McDermott stated that : before: arriving at fa decision Dave Boyett government{ voice .immediatelyraise Cuba today. branch of it, a power never Our people' thiist for leadership.

.3 In the Monday edition, I found Fred Karl is the only gubcr. (Fditor's Note see "Nosing the old taw and throws Cuba ii the source of trainingof dreamed would ever occur by Where U the voice of courage!

""?Jnglead! an exclusion of Mr Karl tutorial candidate gaining mom Sino ol l,VJuuMufcvmg( the area Around" today) the spector of "Nuclear War" revolutionary forces from all our Founding Fathers, who Ed Stevensolli:4


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,... TltuivllU (Florida) StifAdveeif W.dnttd.y, Apr!) !, 'W4 Little Loop Board UF .'uRr'IOoll: 27411IOTICE Nt, \J.F.
,. Ilk IL>.KK U* IIHll.lt total
Will Meet TonightTitusville /sonet.: is iiu.Kt.BK, aivbv
News that Ins unuer.gluea, curila Kttarnei. .
ClerK ot ion Inuit Court
( Utile League Board uu. bravarll "ounty, 'lorlua, will on
o'u 161n lIay ot April, 11.4U, during
Second Parent Employment Survey of Directors will meet tonight at the legal bou. of ,.mle. at the main
8 in the Friendship Room at ooor of th. Court Houae of BrevardCounty
Fri. Nitc Mixers DAC Mixed )'Iorlda. In the City of '11tuivlllo .
First Federal Savings and Loan ilorlda, offer. for lala and
Association Building .ell at public outcry to the htfhail
I:igh individual series: Burger High individual game: Dave I aDd beat bl iclrr' for cash, the lollow-
log d .crll> d property Mluatcd In
King, 24th. C's & Bs, 2419 O'Brien. 241; Yvonne Roden. Bi."artl County Mori la,, to-wit,
SchoolsSecond IN Tilt: ( IRS( IIFI11'HT.511" :; The WM 4. of the North I Acre
Set In The
Monday County baugh 201. MN III II UK I\ !. < IKl III, ', 1.1I > of the biota, :I Acre. of the W..t .
High team game: Burger > OK Ilina .\H.> .5i 'y ut the Eaot: M 01 the NE's' IIf

King, 8J7; Flowers of Distinction High individual series: Dick f |.OIIIII<< t 1"0" She sw''. except thirty feel on eWett
I" ell
'nr PubliC
side' "f .r..t
372 White, 343; Yvonne Rodenbaugl, .t north b Road and .Fone the North 211 feet
471. ARNOLD: LfcF": CAIUUB thereof; Being part flf Tract No.
Parent Employment schools, None of the information information quested to complete the forms High individual series: Ernie Plaintiff UD Sectloa 11. Town.hlp 28

Survey for the 196364 school violates security Each pupil will be given a and have their children return YiPELMA Mouth, Range 34 Eat
requested Bragg 716; Herb Sinclair, 677; Sigh team game: Sooners, REDLICH CALDLB purauant to the Find Deere. of

\',ar will be made on Monday, regulations. We urge your cooperation forrr n.. take home on Monday them to the schools on Tuesday, Joyce Allison, 659 DefendantTO Foracloaur' entered In a cue pending .
: SELMA REDLICH CAlDLb.o : In gall Court the atyla of which
April S. to determine how many in securing this vital April WrThe parents are recd April 7th.Pantano, 642High team series Sooners, Mr. Ketlltch Or, li Mill.State Honwa. Ino. a Florida
Brevard County High individual game: Herb 37* Pennsylvania Avenue. corporation, Plaintiff va. Patricia.
pupils m
1831 Brooklyn, Vow York .. ,
Ann Cline. el vlr Defen..ne. ant
have parents employed at the Sinclair, 264; Len Rogers, 264; You are hereby notified that aComplaint the docket number of which I. No.
Spits converted: Wanda Cannon for Divorce hu been filed
Gonzales 243, 27457,
Cape Kennedy Guided Missile Is PhotoCoordinalor 2.7 and 3.7: Elousie Norman agolnat You and l you are required WITNESS my hand and, the official .
T'st Center, Patrick Air Force 11 ai....ve a copy of your Anawer er veal of maid Court thin 30th
Ninndlni Nan I nut 4.7.9; Jim Allen, 57; Ed Pleading to the Complaint on the day March, 1964,
Base, Merritt Island Lunar r lower of Dlntlnctlon 8J ::8 Plalntin atturney, John A. Reed, Court Sean!
LH & B. 81 :YTRurg.r DcSprlo. 310. FlorIda .
479 Ballard Drive Eau: Uallle Ct'RTI1 R BARNES
Area, or other Federal proper. King 711 tAll Stnndtnat Won r..t I and file the original Anawer o.PI..llnlf CLERK CIRCUIT COt'RT

ties In Drevard County I hnmbera American.Jewelera TO 63 J8 53 Soonere .15', 12'1glv13een In the office, of the Clerkof By: V apangler.
A Circuit Court on or before the Clerk
School Supt Woodrow Darden 011 vi. A Crltea 5J 5ifiirgfn 3.1 29 n 19 M lay of April 19(4. Harry M Hobba
Director At CapeStephen (. blcctronlca: rj: Mt IllllhlllleaHas If you fall to do 10, julgrnent by for Plaintiff
laid "In order to be eligible for ...vU..llarnn.ky. 51 S7Yankee Hnutenneantea.IleenaItanhle 27 21., 21 22'f' default will ba taken against you UH Attorney MacilHon street
federal funds, it i IB necessary Ml\"-4 >TH" HouarraA 22 28 for she relief demanded In the, Complaint Tampa Florida
I0rl"lIne.l'a.l.y iII"\I M'
T of UP) OopnOnttor 22 29 Apr. 1 I Wed,,) 19MIN .
thai two surveys be conduct Pantano son Vic 4U\4 58rrey ', 2" 21 oe WnlpeiOkies
during the school year We must Rosario end Maria Pantano of Bvermnn 49 S9 20'1 21 LRTIS: R, UARNF3
Oragg Wright 41 65'
1 Tilt: fIRTIT ( fll KT OF THE
18'', 29' Clerk of Circuit Court
present this evidence to the U.S. New York City, is employed as I., A. Mclvln Aiaoc, ID I;1 flutter 8cratcherAw nuatemHead 17 30I Hy Belle Hall 1)C. :\1' rli ." 1111'1 \I, I'IIIC liT. IV

Department: of Health. Educa, a ,hoto Coordinator.Director at I -Shuck. 11 11 Apr 1, 8, 15. 33V( I.) 1964New \MI.IIKII Km) \ HKr;> \KI II IOL >TH \',

tion and Welfare Office of Education the John F Kennedy Space Cent.r League TryoutsSet ell \>,.r;K\' XI ttlMHMtri
: < t: Oh Nl IT
before our application k rl1Yn NASA, Cape Kennedy SaturdaySenior PAIL F MAItTlNh.1,

for federal funds can be ap Space Center! NASA, Cape Shipment Plaintiff

proviti" L'1 a9 9 Kennedy, and Major League tryouts I MAny lIfAnT}: 'F.I.U.

(for the Titusville Little League : ivrenlnnt.
Superintendent Darden con
Tirtano: J joined the Centers TO MARY C. MARTINEI.LI
tinucc "Your cooperation in baseball season will be heldat Ilil 128h HireetCollpge
''ile launch team in
mi : : March, Joint New York
Sand Point, Saturday afternoon
carefully and accurately answering 1 1959 The Kennedy Space YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ell questions on the form to ; : I Iat1p.m. that a> lull for divorce baa been
wn )launches manned and unmanned: ; filed agnlnat you In the Circuit
be used in the curves '* extremely v vehicles satellites : Shirley Mixson, League Secre, Court: 01 the Ninth, Judicial Circuit
apace including 1 In end tor Mrevard 'ounty, Io'lorhla.
important to all chool child e and spate probes, in the national tars said boys who have not entitled' fALL t;. MAKriNr:LL.Ifla .
ren oi Brcvnrd County Com sA"r + '* registered for the league, can ,ntlff, v.. MARY C. MAKflNELL.1 -
R yrt space program Defendant, Chancery No.
pktc and accurate information His! work involves coordinating .I sign up before tryouts begin, :i'9SJ! You are hereby requited to
is in order to receive Sand Point Is located north of aerve a copy of your answer or other
necessary photographic requirements .TlttFH leienacf to the Complaintfiled
over $1.500' ,GOO m federal funds for the I the Titusville Causeway herein upon Juatlce It McCarry,
Ccnttrs newspaper. p 0, Box 11 for Current Operating Expensesof Spaceport News, and for KSC !u AlLoraey. for Flaintiff and to flit
: the original I thereof In t the "!flee 01
schools in the Brevard County Public [Information Office in I the Clerk of the Circuit Court of

System addition irevard County. Florida on or before .
:t to construction photo the an day of April, A,D. 1 MHEKEIN ,
Superintendent Darden continued \ d'die i responsibilities: :: 1-AIL Nor or a Decree
Pro "nfe..o will be
ELECT entered
"Your cooperation incarl'fuJly e Pnntano helped coordinate against you for the relief prayedfor
f In "aid, Complaint
: and accurately answering & t> r photo support for the late President DOVE:- AND ORDERED at Tltu.

all questions on the Kennedy's trips to the Cape A vllle D 1984ICOL'RT Florida. thl. 30 day of March

form to be used in the survey Is and also for the local visits of ( SEAL)

to all I \ CURTIS rt, BARNES
extremely important .
many foreign dignitaries including
Clerk of the Circuit Court for
school children of Brevard Co 'eve heads of state. Bre" ard aunty. Florida

and accurate in- I emocrat I 131) ilerlls H.IID.puty
unto Complete WI.STAR A graduate of Smithtown High Clerk

formation is necessary in orderto PERFORMER LaChristma, probably the most In New York he is an Army veteran Apr, I.I a, 15, <2
receive over $1.500,000 in fed. beautiful elephant trainer in the world, is shown with having served in the Korean -

oral funds for Current Operating "Anna Hollywood's most celebrated elephantine IN: Till: C1561IT ('OI'.IT. tW THE
May" and Japanese theatres. 'GENEL"ROBERTS> :MMM 011 lilt 1\1. e'IltlllT, IN:
Expenses of schools in the actress They'll both appear with Sells and Gray Circusin Active in civic affairs, he is a.IJ1511)1 NI KK HHrttHII Oil S'fY,

Brevard County System Indian; River Plaza Shopping Center on Saturday. The presently secretary of the Titus- In ( I..I.IHNo: titnn071C

is sponsored by the Plaza Merchants Association :> ITO: III:FEND
"Also we will be making application appearance ville Junior Chamber of Commerce EDNA W GEORGE

for federal aid for con "Anna May" has appeared in the movies "Jumbo"and Plaintiff

"The Greatest Show On Earth", Her is va
struction under Public Law 819 popularity Fantasia his wife, Fran, end ALBERT C GEORGE

for each pupil increase in Federally due not only to her amazing intelligence, but also to her their three children, Pat 5.: TO: DefendantYou
friendliness and docility MGM trusted her much that
.connected pupils that we so Pam, 3; and Steve, Jr 7 months ALBERT C. GEORGE are
can establish This will entitle Doris Day worked directly with her !in "Jumbo." hereby, notified that A JIIII of COMPLAINT -
live in Mims for Divorce haD been flied
us to approximately $450 per aa-alnnt you, and you' art requiredto
aerva a copy of your an.wee or
pupil to aid in the constructionof pleading to the Hill of Complaint

school buildings, Brevard Orchestra Big TrackScheduled Meet to the Plaintiff attorney U. h.Mtta ..
Symphony 21D South Atlantic Blvd, Satellite
"Since a payment is made onIhcbul9 TodayOne Reach, Florida and file the
original answer or pleading In the
of each child, we must office of the Clerk of the Circuit

ask you to complete) a form for Annual Spring ConcertThe of the biggest track meets Court on or before the 30 day of
of the season!! is being held: at April 1964.
each of your children. In the If you fall to do ao. Judgment by
Titusville High School today The default will be taken against you
event should have dif
you any for the relief demanded
ficulty in answering any questionin Women Association of volunteer musicians from Terriers are hosting Florida Complaint.Thi. In said

the First Presbyterian Churchof Military Academy, Seabreeze, Commissioner notice ohall bo published once
the form, please call the principal through out the county, including County each week for four cnnaecutlvc
of the school children Titusxillo will sponsor the annual Eau Gallie and Satellite weeka In the Tltuavllle Star.Aclvo-
your several from North Brevard.
The thinclads will travel to cote Tltuarllle HorlU
attend: he will be pleased to assist spring concert by the Bre Done and Ordered In Tit invllle,
vard Symphony Orchestra Sunday They: will present a program of Melbourne Friday evening for a Brevard County, Florida thla 30 day

vnu, The information requested April WhIt light classical music. duel meet with the Bulldogs. of(Court March SeanCurti.198..

is not an attempt to pry Coach Morrell Bailey baseball District 1 1Pol. In R. Barnes Clerkof
into your private affairs but is will be presented at Titus. Tickets may be obtained from team will travel to Eau Gal Circuit Court

the minimum information required ville High School at 3:uu p.m. members of the Presbyterian lie Friday; the swimming teams by Berllt Deputy Hall Clerk

by the Office of Education with H. G Shuler! conducting Women's Association or by call meet in Satellite Friday and the I ( Adv Paid for by Dick Simonet Campaign Treasurer) Apr 15 I 15, 21 (Wed) 1964

in order to receive assistance The orchestra is made up ofa ing AM 4475. They may also tennis team also hits the road
IV Till; ('IKCI IT ('Ot KT of THE
from them in operating our group of talented and dedicat. be purchased! at the door playing Florida Central. l 'i'-'" MMII .IIDKIM) ( IKCIir, IN.1It :
I I : i t-'IK' Tilt: uivrt orHKIKII
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COMPANY, a Vermont corporation

watchcharms v.ALFRED, SMITH and Plaintiff LOIS,

INTEREST SMITH, his wife, et al.
Defendantorirr ..
\ U. M ir
Alfred Smith and
Loll Smith Mi wife
88(a Tulaakl Highway
Baltimore. Maryland,
and all partlea claiming Intereata by,
BYcARAVELLE through, under. or agalnat. the aald)
Alfred Smith and Lola Smith. bla
wife, and all parties having or
COMPOUNDED claiming to have any right, title or
Interest In the real property with
A PRODUCT OF BULOVA Improvement. thereon herein dea
\\ PROM ONLY hereby take notice that a suit baa
been Mind agalnat you In the above
styled Court. The nature of the null
la to foreclose that certain mortgage
t dated March M. ia63: and filed
,' 1795 of public record In Official Recorda
Book 481). page 708 and iibsequently
recorded In Official Recorda
QUARTERLY Bonk 509 page 778. I'ibllo Recorda
t of Brrvard. County Florida. encumproivrty -
bering the hereinafter d..rlbed real
The name of the Court In
which cold aull ,la pending la the
r Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial
Circuit In and for the County of
I e rhq Brevard, State of Florida, In Chancery -
l No. 27989, and the abbreviated
11 title of the case I. :National Life Inurance -
Company, a Vermont corporation -
Save where earns Plaintiff, va, Alfred Smith
your fendnnta and Lola. Smith, hla wife et at> Ue.

The deacrlptlon of the real prop
\4saBaa and all erty Involve I In ..Id unit and described
4% per annum savings In It'. Complaint at fol-

e Block I., BO WE OAR-
WEAR IT DENS!. SECTION J-3. according .
to Plat thereof aa recorded
is a necklace quarterly ,In Plat Book It page 80. PublloRecorla
re are compounded of Brevard County,
.. ? is I bracelet Florida
) on your belt V required to file your anawer to the
Complaint with the Clerk othe
) on your handbag, above atyled Court and serve a copy

EVERYDAY A NEW WAY! CITIZENSBANK ll thereof STEWART upon U Plaintiff AVER, whole Attorney..dd.r. .

.... la Post Office Flo* 11"2. Eau
Oallle, Florida. not later than the
*, Com in and SOur < 3 / I by law, else a decree pro coa- I
Complttt Selection
tens will be entered against you
and each e' "u., t
ChambersJewelers hereunto aet my hand and affixed .
the official I aeal of aal'l Court at .I.
C Tltuavtlle, Rrevard County Florida. 4
thin loth r-av of March A,D, 1984COLT .'
4 ( orAL>
clerk of the Circuit Court ,
Brevard. rountv Florida
"",wlry of the B,Htr Kind" BY: V, 8 6'p.nlrr
rw.<....v fw

Pont 0'''''s Rev aoj

INSTITUTION Apr.. 1. .. 15 :23 ,CWed ) 194
It At Chambers!
Chirge 25c each at the SUrAdvoctU

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April 1, 1964 TlruivItU (Plorldi) 8tar Advesst. Pate
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Kaiihnfl Star-Advocate SportsNEWS PJH Tracksfers :,

AND VIEWS To Open Season.

Parkway Junior I'igh! seventh, xrd dash; and Parker Robertson ton, ScragKs and Edwards, 120

fan* Huriaa SFati Mar ugh 111 an ninth grade! te:mis Mill Miller and Coffey, 440 yard low hurdles; Newton, Scraggy,
Colonial Had IndividualsBut
have their first track meet of relay Evans and cutrlght, 880 relay; .
Evidently, Florida Greater than Greater Chamber of the season ,m Cocoa tomorrow Eighth! Grade: Hawk, McAsh G'atton, Shcaly, Ferguson,

Commerce forgot to hang; a white cloud over Gainesville against: Clcarlake at 3:30: p.m, an, Citnght, discus; Hawk, Burke, Evans, Scraggs, HawK,
Saturday because it rained like a bat out of Georgia. Last year, the Seventh, grad Evans, Cox, Edwards and Cut Cox, 441) yard relay; Cox: Cu -

Of all times for it to rain, it had to pick Saturday, when frS, now Eighth graders' won right, shot; Newton and Scraggi, right :Newton, 100 yard dash; '
most of the state's' finest prep athletes, above average track Terriers Had Team fie county championship and brad jump Newton, Dehmlow Evans ,rul Hawk SO yard dash
men from Georgia Alabama and South Carolina South- ire favored to take the title and Edward. high jump, New Newton/ ,snit l Cox. 220:! yard dash!

eastern United States Colleges, universities and Junior col. iiga:; .n this year.Coa'hin "ft!
leges, converged on Gainesville's University of Florida for ;: the three teams will
the finest track meet in the state, "The Florida Relays." Lo! Hank Lowe, Ellis Wilry and i
Titusville Highs male swim Ing this mark from Cocoa Lane IT) oars :too'yard llvklutl medley. John Hall lowe and Hall take
7w men won one of the most exciting Jim Geyer set the 100 yard Nhnrwoal" (f'I. Boyd IT). C. Wiley :
the sprint and relay men and
itches! In the two.year his. butterfly\ record at 1:09.1: 1 last ill rim.. JuriHiving
) lloari (ICI, Crnnnell (T), Wiley, will supiivise the field
t tory of their swim teams here year but he swept to a new re Hlnlell ITI.
yesterday. cord !in 1:06.2.: He came with Carlion hsl.yard.(Tl bultprrly, T. SilkyT- Bhorwonl). Tlmo(C):, athletes Wins 4-0 Tilting

It was literally a win by an ,4 of a second in the 200-yard 1 :I n'HI'4..yard rrreilyl I', Morton All three of (lie conches agree' (!;,:,
arm a* the Terrier 200 yard Individual medley: taking first Kvllam. (<'), 1I00tl1111.. Tim: the Eighth graders will have anotiur .
freestyle relay team edged place with a 2:33: I t If their usual powerhouse
h.I' yard hiick.lrok.( Mils (CT). Wayne rraddock dammed his !: Bingham then scored ctiH
Colonial by just that margin. Mel II'urn 11'1.) Moore 1 (CI. Time: |'
The Terriers both fastest :
won relay 1'.116. second home run or the sear and sacrifice fly by Kenny Duff.
The Terriers ltd 48.42 when they races and picked up three other 4 U.yard frn.lyl Kin, (1'1), T. nnd nil round athletes, lUr Tommy Edwards hurled the II 1. The Terriers picked up another
lined up for the final event first t places by Marc Hepburnin HI(Hi.y ((1'1.) Tlmt branl.lrnke S 0111.IIIII'Yllr" r.'orlhy vin Clark: who set schools records tusville HiRh!: ( School Terriers to talley In the fifth inning

the 200.yard relay: With seven the I 200 and 400.yard freestyle (41'1., ) Kellum 11'1 I,, Hiii.ltII( I'rl. lltni: last year in the 120 yard an upset ietor> over Satellite when Tommy Edwards got .

iTom i\ points at stake for the winner and by Kellar In the div( 1,40.::200! ).ynnl rr".I'Io' rrluv Titua, low fun'din, broad jump, anoth there, Tuesday uftcmoim, 40 single, advanced to second on 'afieldtrs
and none for the loser, the race mg. Colonial won six first placesbut ton vi lie") Time iMHIir( :I :long J Muy I, I I' Mir U' youngster, who U no newcomer Craddxk( hit his home run choice, reached third ona
meant victory or defeat had ony one swimmer enter : will probably carry a over the right!: field harrier In the wild pitch, and scored on Crael-
But the team of Austin, Crane, rd' in six events and the Ter large percentage of the load! sixth inning with (the bases dock single

Butch and Smith edged the nets (piled) \ up points on second Mels To Play lion Newton, a halfback on the empty to score the Terriers "This was quite a thrill beating
Rum Clifford Cooper Maury Roberts Oibrdo: relay team of Buckman, and third places. Pirate football squad also has fourth and! final run of the Ramc the Satellite group, especiallysince
Pratt, Ptlfrey and Atcheson by There wasnt much question Ins named listed among theI'arkway Edwards, a junior right: -handed! they lowered:! the boom opus
Unlike the state meets where only Florida athletes the length of Smith's arm and about the girls' meet after Calls In Cocoa 1 brut'' In high jump, pitcher won his third game: of before," commented Bailey,:'
compete the Florida Relays brought thinclads from schools four starts: gave: up only four "We made 11 errors in the first
the Terriers won :5242. Colonial! didn't t enter team in :220! and alas a member of the
east of the Mississippi into the best track meet Florida has a hits, two of them singles, which Satellite came, however Tucs-i
The Terrier girls won by the HO relay tram Newton jump-
the :200!( yard medley relay, The
to the
were first
two batters "
ever known. .On in day we only made one j
comfortable margin of 6925. TilusvilK girls won both relays Thursday id 5'2" as a seventh grader and
It was good, except for one thing H2O fell from Heaven the opening inning Satellite beat Titusville, 10-t iif
In both meets, the overallstrength and added six first places, limitIng ran the ,220 yard dash In 28 0 "I I '
was worried about start.
as if it was going out of style. During the morning, onlya of the Terriers was Colonial to three. 1 Coloi tul Casey Stengel and ,second( their first clash
hand-full of spectators braved the constant drizzling with just to much for the visitors ')is Nt iv' York Met will come Tlin Ninth graders only man weather ing Edwards, however, because of the cold I Edwards now has a 41 record

occasional downpours, however, in the afternoon, raincoats, Actu:illy the Grenediers had the JHUyurl H.ye.nmmnryt' iwllfV relay Tltiuvllle to) Cocoa this Thursday for then IM"'d on the school track record a little it warmed up and the Terriers picked up thelr:
old sailor hats, blankets and hunks of plastic were used to 1 ltuehan.n I Ittmnn, U. Mark, DoMrlol ,, near game time and now seventh win In a row, lr lng only
outstanding individual swimmers '. lime: natl.: 1. Ally b.iM I'hallolAmC I / here this I 11",1Is) Jody Kahn He hurled I I'm glad I did! let him pitch. lie
shed the sheets of rain. The stands were nearly full, butit to Cocoa and Satellite ?
Jim-yard' fncilyla Hepburn (CTI), Spring with the Houston Colt Hit discus 129 8V4 fret last year threw: his best ball of the
wasn't the same crowd, that had attended previous relays. narnhlll (T), Auhs.on IC). Time: game Titusville will play in Eau Gall,
The visitors set three new 2:Ubuyarl. 43s, mid<1 also threw the shot, 43' 9", yur including working his way
Some of the old field event records were far from changed pool records and missed by an frvcityle, Dkkaon 1C), {Game lime is 1:30 at Cccoa hiili( for records out of a base loaded, one.out lie Friday afternoon,
HHtili/ Craddock
11 (1'1. Time will
mainly due to the rain, however the track events were eyelash in setting a fourth 24.ft pool rui"<.rd, ). ( : Colt, Stadium. The ninth grader will have Situation and another time when the probably atari
on mound for the TcrrlersJ
bettered somewhat, but nothing fabulous, except for one As a result, the Colonial team Oeyer uoyarl. (ICI), Individual Ingram ((1')medley, Val lykaT Hal VVoodekhlck, voted the Kuhn, Evans and Summers, two men were on urd only one Also a junior, Craddock, a right

event holds five of the pool records at ( Diving) Time-: 2:33.Cellar: (IT), Palfn (IC), Colt 45s most valuable player thriving the shot ind discus; out," Coach Morrell Bailey said hander has a 30 record for the
Titusville holds Hatun (C l lluuyanl last season, will get the starting Tamest, Barnhardt and llflK'' Titusville scored two runs in season, '
High Cocoa also
butterfly Gayer (O
I five and the Terriers hold only Ingrain (T), Austin. (T). Tim: 1W,1:( pitching assignment against the broad jumping; Ernest, and the third Inning when denet\ \. Dennn Morris and Blnghanf
(pool ritcnr I"). Mets Godfrey, high jump; Wolfuiti vin and Dan Binjlinm. hit hack to( arc carryIng the teams highest*
3t one Kit( )-yard fr.etyle I..a (IC), Pratt
(C"), Crane (CTI.) lime: 1:06,1.: Stengel, 73 and one of the und Godfrey, 220 yard dj>..lillojer ; back triples, with Melvin icor batting averages, :

Ken Dickson and Jim GeYf'rwcre ( IOU-yard), ''Hmllh backstroke. ITI, Jluchanan Diek.nnC IT). /Kame'i beat t known personalities, and Cauley, 120 low t
4 the "big guns" for the Tim.: 1:Ui I (pool record. U topping off nearly 40 yean of hurdles; Cauley, Northcutt 100
too yard fre .lyl. Hepburn (IT), Lillle
visitors Dickson set two new Uarnhlll 11'1), earlaon (C). Tim. managing provisional baseball yard dash, Rogers: Moquin, League Needs Managers .; .
pod records swimming the 50 8::11I1.I.al-yard.( hr.lolrok. 1180010 teams, including 12 yean with Iljmrncr, 880 yard run; Wol I
'4 vard freestyle in 24,5 seconds, 11), Kellar 11'1.) l>. Mark IT). Time: the New York Yankees when forth, VIckers, Godfrey and
{ t
and the 100-yard backstroke in 1:26:juu-ard e, fr...(yl. relay Tltuivllle they wan 10 American League I.ammet., 440 yard relay. Coaches And Sponsors For Season > '
.- lAunlln, Crane, HHtch( Smith .
1011: He lowered the SOjardfreest Time: 1:61.5: ) pennant. Seventh Grade: Godfrey and
i } le mark by;.8 of a second. t IrU 'Muntmar) t2'Hi The Mcts, in their third yearin Nichols, discus, Nichols, Paiker, With the Little league season Belk Llnilsey, Childrc\ Homes
It held Sanford -yard medlvyrnlay. r Tltnvlll' the National League well Bannister shot rapidly approaching, league offlclals Elk's Lodge, American ..
was formerly by (H, Morton, McCarthy CsMiieyy( a* ; Bannister, and Legion!
..And he took a huge Crann.ll). .Tli( "f 5,266.: V'.ri as the Colt .4V* feature power Coffey, broad jump; Stevens, art still encouraging/ any ''and Shaffer's Hardware
..q d d 13.9 seconds off the former record Muldrutn iiu( -yard IT fiimrtyl), IUchardoon Kin l *, ((CI.)) hitters Jim Hickman, who led Champion, Kitliff, high jump; adult, or business establishment Anyone* interested In iponior/nj1/\ -

A in the backstroke, wrest Time: 5.5 free.lyl.S.6.y.rd Carbon ITL. the team with 17 home run Robertson, Miller, McMasUrs: to aid tho group and serve as a a team, serving as a coach oy
last Frank Thomas who coach, manager or (sponsor. manager can contact Jay Camp,
Ken Hadtwiy Sandy Loveless Don Toney year; DannUter, 220 yard dash; Parker
The actual LL season will begin bell, the League President ,j'\,
had 15 homers Duke Snider, 14,
full gait didn't let up a bit. ; Coffey, McMaster, 120 low
Undoubtedly, the best race of the entire event, as far as As the crew of 45 pulled across the line at the end of and George Altman, newly acquired hurdles,; Parker, Coffey and May 1, and some of the tea mi i
still In need 1
Titusville and this corner is concerned, was the mile run the second lap, and starting on the third, someone from the from the St Louis Cardinals !. Miller, 100 yard daiii and 50 coaches are of sponsors, and Big Mon's Golf j

Titusville's Maury Roberts, "the Hollywood of THS," who infield yelled, "Go Alabama, Go '! '! !" Actually, 'Go'' wasn't To
Open i iMpn'
Tourney ,
carries a comb in one pocket and a pair of sun glasses in the the word for it. I don't t know who yelled the words of en- The Colt 45s beat the Mets, Already assigned( teams In the

other, placed fifth, running his best time of the year. couragement, but it was like opening the electric doors hold 6-0, in their only previous meet THS Nelf ers and Major! AllIson League, Cubs are Tohy Frank Fnyart Hob Colt Association hi|

From atop of the press booth, someone said it looked ing Man 0 War behind the starting gates, and then releasing ing/ this year In St. Petersburg bins, Bears Jim; Everman, Whispering Hills Country CluQ

like DDT hitting a bunch of ants, dressed for a nudist's them suddenly without warning Mike Synard, of Murphy Tickets for the MeU game and lions; Ed McCurry; Mac Knight, will sponsor their first big dull
colony convention, churning butter with the left foot, swing- High, Mobile, Alabama, came from nowhere, shot a- oil others at COCO; Colt Stadiumthis Whip/ Eau Gallle Heavers; Jim Kostakos, Tiger. tournament of the season, Apt\
ing elbows like Cassius Clay flops his mouth, all heading round 15 runners who were blazing down the track, wipedthe year are on sale at the main Minor League: Sijmore, Reds; 11 t The President Cup Classic
for Sunday School on Thursday afternoon rain from his face, then took over first place. ticket office nt the grandstand; Coach Frank Tomdala' TI. lucky LaBruHlano, A's; George ,,
The Florida track oval is perfect, and as soft as a feather Someone on the infield said, "That boy's crazy, he'll Campbell Drug Store in down lukvillc High: School tennis team Ncvins, Yankees; Floyd Jenkins,
bed mattress, but it still wasn't enough to hold all the milers. never hold up at that pace" They were wrong Synard won town Cocoa; Cape Colony Inn, remained undefeated Tuesdayby Dick Rockwell, Giant; Glen Paul Houston, a club official
Anyway: they packed 45 guys onto an 8 lane track Like the mile, and broke the old field record of 4:25.5: by an un Cocoa Beach, and Melbourne defeating Eau Gallle for the Crow and John Harris, Card, laid the tournament would be a
we said "It looked like herd of turtles down Bank and Trust 34.hole mitch\ including qualify.--. .
a heading the believable 418.9.Roberts: Company, Mel second time, 6.1 1 on the local Saturday League: Geliler, Oriole .
backstretch in the 'Terrapin Classic'." however, wasn't far behind. He took a fifth bourne. courts, *; Bill Abbot, Herman Walt leg round! of 18 holes, which will' !: : :

Somehow Roberts managed to get in the second lane, place medal with a 4:30: time and kept the same pace the wood J, Jr Dohciiti! ; FreJ Mow- count on the total score .
close to the front of the pack, and if it had not been for that, entire race. Last year, Roberts took eighth "I I think if I Faculty And Handball Thin was the nctteri seventh lea, Tigers; Jim Shirley, I.cop- The final 38 holes of theV '':

he might still be trying to find daylight had one more year, I could win that darn race," Roberts Courts Arc WinnersThat contccutive win of the season, arcs; and Charles Corley, Eagles. tournament will be held April 1$. .

r.. _, --- said on the trip back home. James Dieterl the Terriers Sponsors for the various team and 19. Houston said them, :
t '- .r ,. Coach Don Godwin also took eight other THS trackstersto recent faculty,senior basketball number one netter, lost to Ttrrydan"n will bo Cutter Drugs, Rotary would be around $33 awarded it*"

I j jtr Gainesville, however, they failed to place Sandy Love- game at Titusville High 38; Boyd Wemnger/ Club, Junior Chamber of Commerce each flight. : i

t i u less, the Terriers fastest high hurdler, evidently got into a j realized $149.30 for the proposed beat Paul Diamantopoulous, 8.1 1; Hires Standard Oil, Ed Entry fee will be $5 and Kous.t.,: :
I c q' a pack where the speediest hurdlers entered in the event. He handball courts fct the high Chip Sturchlo defeated Brail Kitties Insurance Agency; Citizen ton laid all entry fee money will .

II came in close to the last of the pack, but his competition was school I Williams, 8.4; Jim Mathison Dank, First! National Dank, go into awards for each flight. -.: :
I beyond tough, it was the best, Richmond Flowers of Sydney The faculty won 20.17, but the whipped Cliff Lederer, 8-1, and ,."." e.
1 Lanier High in Montgomery, Alabama, won first place with I'seniors yell "foul" when it Poole beat Wayne Bill, 8.4. .
a time of 15:2.Hardy : I(comes to talking about the score. In double competition, Sturchio .

," Dam, the barefoot high jumper, wore shoes Sat. The faculty team was prlmarily and Mathlson bent Dlamantopui'lou RIVER LANES.
urday, and had trouble getting traction on the wet pavement, i made up of coaches Gaines, and William, 8.3.. and
Il > The bar was started at 5'7" and Bain was eliminated along I'Monhollun, Griffith, Blilcy, Tolls, Wenninger and Dieterle won .
with about 35 others early in the meet. Only about 10 high J I Elmore: Tomdale anl: Davis, over Hansen and Bell, 8 Z. .

jumpers made the 5'10" mark FAMILY RECREATION (CENTER :
f.1t: Tom Ream, also had the same problem in the broad

: jump. Tom had one jump that was over the 20 foot mark,

however, a tricky jumping pit caused him to scratch and lose I BOWLING/ AND BILLIARDS :
Robert Niemen Coach Don Godwin Hardy Bun' '
the jump. He had one qualifying jump of 19'9" This event .!

Going into the first turn, Roberts was about 18th from was won by Montgomery's Flowers, who jumped 21'11". y ONLY '..'--
the front Coming out of the turn, he was in eighth position. Generally, when a team gets the first lane in a relay, ; JOIN .

Heading down the back stretch of.the first lap, Roberts took their chances of winning appear better. But, Saturday the RACING DAYS ;< '
over fourth position and that's where he stayed most of the first lane was nothing more than dead man's row. It was LEFTI J j 1 "'

time, until the third lap, when he took over second for a few flooded with 2 inches of water. Running the relay for the it; THAT : :
steps, then fell back into third. Terriers were Ken Hadaway, Clifford Cooper, Robert Nie- (Season Ends Apr, tl

At the end of the first lap, which Maury ran at a fast man and Don Toney. They had their best time of the year, 'JJFlJ
but it wasn't enough to qualify for the finals 29th Annual LEAGUErd.
60 seconds, the senior from THS was in third place, behind !
Morrill Moore of Gainesville, Ken Gurganious of Jackson- This was the 21st annual running of the Florida Relays CENTRAL FLORIDA DERBY
ville and from Miami. The and it sort of put us to thinking Each year, records are
Englewood a boy main pack was
about 15 steps behind the leader. The positions didn't broken, and new ones are entered into the pages of history. FRIDAY NIGHT! .. NOW! :

change until midway through the second lap when David Athletes become stronger, they run faster, jump higher and ;
of Leesburg pulled in front of Roberts. From here harder and throw objects a greater distance. The big ques -: -
tion seems to be "How much longer will the athletes keep
it was nip and tuck. The pace was fast, but the 6'W senior THURSDAY NIGHTI' taking
with legs that reach a five foot stretch once they're at breaking records. Will the human body soon reach a peak?" smtlons) .t.
Something to think about,
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The unitn is rrotc! t..t: Wucl .,L..II.II H .411'1,' JEA'; I'
111. NASA and T\VA hiring non ..ho MILA area report that 1.886 .. '" ,Ie w.l'. .nr. 1 IJeb I", I I.I I-
enhut Corp., which has: a contract work- .. "II lit lit. h'shell' .cud.
the out cf 2.597 construction ;
i I. i guards\ : on .. M i' ufif.r, lush. ut thi-, tr"t
I ii<) union, United Plant Guard .vl'h' TWA under NASA to trs in MILA failed to show up ''i I a I Irl "1 to C h'rs al" luullly 1 nl. l.

Wi-rlsori' of America through niiiiitain security on the MIT- for work this morning, as did | : .ji i .in.i< .lliuivlile.a. UOU: in.l llii-v.uil,",.k A.M Counts uq,

Hie pickets, have brought work flU Isk-eel Launch Area. According TOO; of about 2,500 workers on i ii..'. ,,.y uf A51, ii. Ubl. use. Iota -

.lnint tc a standstill at NASA'sLure to union rtprescniatives the Titan 3 project. r h i 'in '.saiil. -.rloiiu. final prnpvrty. OH, rfo 1..WIt as. not:

moon port operation on Wacktnhut Ii J hiring non-union Manyworkers honored the i L Lot II. llluikK ALMAit'
'Ui..v HI., nun "11", ",-
MILA and operations at the personnil I ut "just above the picket lines and turned back at I i .''hn li> flat UK rnund rooorl-

('.Ipt' ure affected somewhat minimum scale," while the un the oust end of the causeway ''ul In I'M Itook 11. 1'1(0 B7 ntin
I 'Iuu" Kfcm-Ui: or UrevarU
Pin American Security Police ion personnel la paid consider- here and at other entrance areas. '. 'itiniy iloilil.i.TutibTHKIt I .

snl. this' morning that all their able inor. It claims NASA has Others got to work, but left | 1IeellIIIIM: WITH ft .Lun:-. nllnKe Ie

( 'iiiplnyccs,, who arc supposed to ".ho\\ n uttir disregard: of their thereafter eLtay ?,J,, n IrO. .'I w..Ih III'' "', loon
iefiuoa, I I'J I hi- r"'l'h,111 and
Y-I. .,IV hrri'uv 'U-i.nu-d I bv thalum
5 I-al.l n I,,,.,, in Ui li...iirij.<.
fife'To I Tugelhol. willi all .lruLlurea and Im-
Apollo Project r a .I, "....11. lIuW .n,1 h.-reatle ""
I w aid sued alld fI,,tort'. '". RU..cheoi
I help' 11'. .old all Ia'lit.. I..u. 1'1'0'
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lit"'' I .I! 0 all' II".. .I' Ins, rl.lrl' .
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A lot:! pound Project Firs cord urhc"! lempl'ralures before end litrylium shield Is exposed ,,. : IlKliHnq ,lilnniblninlntl'iir .
'' Irrli.-iillim. n'ml\ i I' ,w"r
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uIJtn; which third shield.
downward, into the atmosphere (first II1+ layer Inlcrrupis beiylium II 'I uv ,h're"O', ,,,I w"Inn,, ,I" ''r
miles hour Monday the readings and then This will be the first of two I "1111. In ",. 011 L <,,, 1<1 <,101" ..
at 5.227:!
per ',
this h. j t- -.t\
Is mtchanlcall ejected as II sho's' planned in the Fire program _
!1'> t'c t spi''e agency In an effort ,, ,t II.I .
heat shock stal'lI to melt Sin1llarlY, a sec in 1994. N \\ 1'1'11'--1;: :1 ; I liI'li'ik "
In IFUruiine tli-
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.in, \ .\.btiu\ i spl.'eehip4 Mill be .' I I"i' a I"" a or SI I II h. llal4,;
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subjected to in their return from Local Jaycees Help Entertain PRESENTED FLOWERS Mrs Donald Skinner left. ".11. ? I'-'
,. of Circuit Court
thi.! to the earth
moon accepts flowers from Eu Rhinehart director ol First ,li.:, '. ,I'd'nl l ", \ I India

The results will be studied for Federal Savings and Loan of Titusville as part of the WHAT A BUNNY Donald Skinner Jr. seems to be I lv! V1!n..:"lilv I H-'Hnuli-r' Cleik,

us in the design of the Apollo Group 01 National JC J ( Officers opening of the new branch at Indian River Plaza. One of saying jusl that as he hugs the huge Easter rabbit shown "TI'M-IY"'I North: Mu OI'HNKY"<"inlla: A*' rune IIANULET

craft lido:: developed for carry the main highlights of the new building is the beautifulrose here. The rabbit leas one of the many prizes awarded I Orlando Kl'irliliiAMnrnorM .,. .
ing astronauts to the moon late A delegation of Jaycees from Vero Beach Satellite Beach, garden which received many comments from out of during the opening ut the new First Federal Savings and April" 1 (Wed.) I"leaf\-huff

m this decade:: as to proper pro- the National Executive Committee Merritt Island. Coca Beach airs I town guests as well as the local visitors. Loan building located in the Indian River Pla.:a. One -

hive materials and precise were guests! of the Air Force Eau Gallic. TltubuUc representatives thousand Easter baskets were given to children attending IN Tim: t HI ft, II ( IM Itr OK THK':

aerodynamic shape.A and local Jaycee rluhs last t Tues in attendance were Don ( the opening( with their parents and another 200 bas- MVm t",1' Jl PI11 SI., )>>Itill Mill I It IlKKtKii OK-

day and Wednesday. This was Matteson, Dale Freeman, Tim kets were donated to churches in the surrounding area. < >> 01 N n

launching attempt of tha one of several stops on the Air Itcrtzel State vice-president Donald!, who is 1-year-old: is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald 1'I L. :M KIIIKI'ATIIICK hl'tn' ,,i (III Jit .

Project Fire has been announced Force sponsored\: tour of military Gene Roberts Paul Salisbury, Skinner of 207 Bryan Avenue.-S-A( Photo). ct al..

by the National Aeronautics installations. George Arnold and George Ncvens. V Plalntlftj.VIKINO .

and Spate Administration bur Tho visiting: group; consisted of a 'I'lnrlilu, 1NVEPTMENTH.corpnnillnn. ,ee i .it INC
Monday extending from 3:33 to five national vice presidents! !!!, nine Wednesday' the party toured Grand Jury Indicts Earl Lance Dvfnmlniiu.ii .

9:113:') p.m. to insure darkness in state presidents, the executivevice the Air Force and NASA facilities t / \ \ 1.111n.. Mum
1 Mtl-i:I> M. its lI I :U. InillviilualU amia
the reentry area in the South president and several mem at the' Cape. An interesting Kivutur: of thr" Katut. ,. uf Julia.

Atlantic where observers will bers of the executive staff. sidelight was that the Air For First Degree Murder TuesdayThe I a. Uytlur 'ilc-riasetl. riulnllffi.VlKfNTO .

vie-v the blazing atmospheric The Titusville Club helped to Force guide for the tour, as well v
hinge: play host at a cocktail hour and as the co-pilot of'the plane which Drcvard County Grand turned against! Dale Victor Deyo. Kliirliln. i-orornllon.|) et .al a

banquet at Ramons Restaurant In flew the party in' were membersof Jury in session Tuesday, indicted 17, of Satellite Beach charged Di-foni. Until.MITII'K .
; SIC 0511'
the shot will be the first of Cocoa Beach with members from the Jaycee organization. Earl Raymond Lance 34 with rape of a Rockledge woman NOTICE M HEREIIY GIVEN

three: scheduled for next week, last November that. pursuant to a Final Decree r-(
for murder !In the first degree In
t lOL-loiure dated March 31, 1U64!
each bearing on the moon race. the slaying of George Brookie on A second degree murder Indictment and entered, In the ove-ktylcd con
Tuesday, t the initial unmanned i g v iillilatpil trinncpty: uu No. 23341:
I l .r d dr Nov 17. 1963 :In Melbourne.An was returned against and stun, In the Circuit Court of j
orLital in the Gemini two-
Illght indictment for rape was re- Emma Lou Lee, 40, charged: with Ibo Ninth Judicial Circuit for lire j
man space( program is scheduled Lard County, Flurlua, I I. CurtlcIlHrnen H,
her husband Diller Lee.
: ,
shooting the Clerk of >al mil, un Wednesday the Atlas on Ma-fch. 22 in Palm Bay Her J.Ih:1 highest: and bent bidII'.r ::
Ctntaur higli-encrKy rocket, intended INDUSTRYContinued bond ilm K.I Hi Front 1)onr
was set at $2,000. the IJrevard County Courthouse'II-.
tu boost instrumented 1 Trial date for the throe h 'steen tuivlllu. fln.vaid County. .'Iorhl.... 1 1at

payloads/ to the moon, is slated ( From Page 1)) set for April 27 before Circuit Uim: Nonn on the 17 .flay "nt
April CHil.! uu I rullowlnic .lrlb.1
cur/ oruitiit. t teat( launching Court Judge Vnlic William teal .uronrrtr' 'lying In Hrevanlfcunty
"all the way". J'lin.. ,1 l<.l.i. and a. ern< forth laiall
The Project Fire which looks C r Other objections were to R-3 / tlual Decree to-wlt .
/ .
f l.ntu 1 thruiiKh II n.Uimlv
roughly like a miniature! ver t 1 .. zoning in an area along the In- CIRCUSContinued l.lixk 7, AVON IIY TIIK SKA.iiLTurdliiK .
Sinn lif> tIc Apollo moonship ... In 'plot (llin it n 'Jrol-\
I.I chin River behind Bayview eit In rial IImk J,. |1"1" 7 oi I the
21: I Inches tall and 26 Indies in 1 1t ; I'uli'lu:! lirnli of tire ionS
h School l. resic'ential' on U.
[ r zoning From 1))
cti.i.nctcr,, will be boosted: off .Y r :I t tt I. unty, Kluili.a.
S. 1., R-3 zoning!! between the .and"'
by -Jn Atlas! rocket to un attitude FEC and Capon Road (where gas inn masters of lies inportc-l rUley I.II'.K T through Ill;. IncliKIIIluck .
11 i ::21 n.ils irjm where it la ladder balancing, the Paulos. 7, AvDN sty TIIK SKA.:
tanks art new located )I. aui'urillnK to .plot,. thereof re-
to coast downward toward an t >a -- From the famed Chippcrficld curried 1 1., 1'lat lluok-U vitae 7. oft
The council plans to take all ,
r fubllu Ili'i-onlB of UrovardDA
impact area 9,234: miles southeast HAPPY ABOUT CAMPAIGN Senator Jack Mathews, under advisement Circus of Great Britian comes 'uun'y. .' ,
of Cape Kennedy. After LaChristina. the world's 'IEl; >. thin'"jl day. uf Starch
Democratic candidate for governor appears very happy und if they agree make thentce.isary mist 1UU4.tCOlUT.
26 minute of Might, a small about his campaign during a luncheon here yesterday.Joining changes. beautiful elephant trainer Calii- REAL)

Anturcs rocket molor attachedto with him in expressing happiness are his wife, crnla sends Pepito tcl vbitn'( CLKT.M Clerk ut Clrvu.l 11. 1IAUNE4 Court: ",
the craft is to ignite for 30() City Planner DeWitt McGee favorite flown and Bonnie linnU
Gwen, (right) and Mrs. Joe Edwards (left), who made liy Rertlr: Hall
I seconds> to accelerate speed to arrangements for the luncheon. About 80 people attended c.xr-lauied\ the work that had In lana'l foremost dog trainer Uuiiuly Clerk
Multi 1. VYiKl.i( !Sii4.IN .
25,227 miles an hour, slightly the event at the Woman's Club building. Working gone into the zoning study the rounds out the American( end I

greater than the velocity of the results!! of conferences with the of the Circus Internalionule a .
with Mrs. Edwards were John Lovering, who introduced 1 lit. I stet I If tut Itr Ill- TIlE
Apollo spacecraft returning' froma council and zoning board and veritable traveling rniniati'rc United :-1.' ., "l Ull II.. 11/(1111'. IS.i1D ,
Gil Goshorn. S-A Photo .
Matthews and ( ) t"ll UIII.\\HII (111\1'i.:'
lunar mission. ans-vrred questions. Nations. I tl.IIKIII

< II \ \( Kilt \II. tlllHK
Should all go as expected, the 1 \u III t. OK ri III.H'\ rios
i (11\11'1.\1'1 ( Ilk tllHt.1 I.IK UK
great; speed will creqte\ t shock PHONE AM 7-1511 STORE HOURS: 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. A. *'. CUITKKI.L.; and tiHACrl

wave in front of the vehicle In CoT! HtLI.: ,, bla wire
which thu temperature of gasses t Y.
\ U. 11. FAN.VI.V and MABLE FAN'MN
could reach 20,000 degree: a ,hla who
tays ,
Fahrenheit. Defendant
llldsCl TO. U. K. Fannin and
Scientists wilj( primarily be Mablft. FannlnComplulnt .
1 SPORT DENIMS You are hereby notified that a
fceking Information on the hoe beau filed R 11..1. II ilL

amount of heat which scorches you for Cored lonurc of Ili'o on the
tullowing nut property
the craft during the peak reintry A liuKin .at the norinwcat corner
of Ouvernniunt Lot No. 4. tI.-"-
ooriod. To obtain maximum lion U, Town.hip 'i'J' oulh.
data, Republic Aviation 1j hung. i6! K ul. thence south[ onI
heVe>t liniof, auld Lot I, a '.
Corp, prune, Fire contractor,, lIKUncf o( r; :: 77 reel to a Coquina -

and Juhn -Manvl11e developed a JC DIGNITARIES Local Jaycees were on hand to 7:9: C yd. tn North Pout Silo thence ofold Cant Lot parallel t.a .11.-||

unique "layer-cake". heat shield of l.inte of 6IU.75 feet to a concrete
greet national officials as they were guests county Jaycees poll on the Eaat right of wav i
consisting of six alternate lay and the Air Force last week at Cocoa Beach. First -*- r line uf Stair Komi' No: 5, being'

irs of hcrylium and a phenolic photo shows Don Mattison, Titusville Jaycee third vice- CREASE RF.SISTAN.r; LITTLE OR NO IRON tlaulheuatrrly I I.a. lIul'h"KV.Hang:No aid 1, theme East

betas insulator. national right lit way tine a .llnta or
president Dale Freeman Stan Likley, vicepresident
The ;"5151; feet' lit Y concrete pout.
outer berylium shield: re- of California; and Jim Hcrtzel Second photo shows than o East parallel. to Northline
of lain. l Lot No. I4. a dlatanu
Paul Salisbury far right, with Jack A. Friedrich, executive of ,,11..57 ft'ft to a. concrete post1'iilnt .
national vice-president, second from right, and three of 1"I.n''K| Edit; purallttu
Soulh CentraI North hue of xaul. Lot I, a
national directors. -Neven( Photos). illnlaace ol Jut' ) fret tu .a concrete
,pool, 1-cnue f>'.utn B.' tout to
Cottrell Avunue. thenceV0nt l
l 3'iu',, rut to an iron idthrnre.|
Nol At Airport North to a Ul.lan to the paint ni* iJeMlnnlntf, being
New ShipmentSPftirW I land In Uovernim' Lot 4. tie.,
lion 1'J\ Township 2J bout .
TIIII \'l11c.Cocoa Airport's first lunR 06 Kant
required. to serve a COpy
and you are
airline nr\Ice has been ;
of yuur Answer or riradlim' to the
t.nueil.J.South'ntral f ASHIQH5 Complaint on the Plaintiff1 atturu -
*>a, lUrton and \v..lrm.n. Ill j jDrruy
Airlines which &, tl Mlrevt. Cucua Florida, and
Inaugurated fill lh. orl lnal Aniwor or I'lead-
on a "feeder" '''
10 STORE log In the ofl.e .f rho Clerk of Ih.
schedule' early this month UPTOWN 5 & Circuit Cnurt'on or .be for. the Jiith]

has closed its office at the sir- For a sporting summer ahead i ay. Judgment of April. 1U6I.by default If yu fall will to doan b-

x choose taken anin>t you for the relief d.
port.A MIMS sport denims in nine smart mantled. In the Complaint.ThK .
company spokesman said '
'"""u '
solid colors with nolle ahall b. published i 00"
"we were just a little previous coordinating each week for four connecuUv '

in opening and the traffic out of stripes. Perfect for fashioning your week In The Tltuivllla StwAdvojjf

the local airport Isn't heavy ci (?} t own playclothes, shorts shifts, cab.OJIK> : AND ORDERED al Tltua" j
enough now-we feel it will increase t villa. Florida thla 31 day of March.
skirts, shirts, outfits, suits and 19*''
as soon as the NASA Brevard Lumber Company Ct'RTH R BARNES Clark jL
Causeway Is opened." many more. Best of all it's Circuit Court. Brevard County*

READYMIXEDINTRANSIT CONCRETE crease resistant and requires littlecr By Florida.: n..rll. Hall ff f

If you have rental Building Material Lumber Paint Hardware no ironing. (Circuit Court Deputy Ural)Clark \*fHartoc

WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSES/-/ and for WolfmanAuore.ya PlalollfU 1

housing list it in Let Ui Give You An E UOM<.'-*:*. 112 Derby street }
5.. Coco: Florida w
Prompt DelIvery Phone PM'1.3$3i."r5 ).. FABRICS DEPARTMENT By: '

The Star-Advocate! '\\ I April II'"bll.lI 1 I) 15 iJ: W.d.1 IS64.
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, Star-Aclyocafe I Nosing Around

ea The Voice of 25.000 North Brevard County Residents (By Bob Hudson)

i ---- though ,' slightul 11,1, were madat
SI'I'II1111 ; wi VL fli a.i no not
one cd'irtuljie lor Governor nut you) nr him Wt feel (in U
once but twice it-tundmtf and we don t blame.

In a wrlt.-u? about a candidate >oi' f CIr backing him "to the
coming to Titiuvillo last hilt. Keep up the good work.

55,200 Wage Earners In CountyLabor Saturday It was stilted that he

would be the first one to makean Itlndldltl'S/ continue coining
official( 1 hen following -
appearance to .'II
town w be full of cot lee,
qualifying donuts coffee: lunch coffee,
market trends for Bie 1400& unemployed represented! UlU(, t ,>pirji.t construction, j. 1)4)0) &) ; K,nanceInsurance andre Actually the honor should cto
hnd dinrcr Seems like local
.I.Ia .Ii"h
yard County, as prepared by tile 2.1 percent of the total civilian COO: Transportation, Commuiu 'id estate, 2000: service and Fred Karl of Daytona Dtuch supporters of candidatefitl
labor force of 68,SOU Bievar I .
Florida Industrial Commission in cat!" (k Pllhh' tTlihtll'1 i TIllt(> nu is+ f'lIancou'Ii\ 100 1n'rn.! -- with( I Ure) ard', that! fund must jo along with

and Florida State Employment County I 11 I ,lit-l \\hnh 1 I.. ili ant ,rat "I i I"nl i" 9.400I .lIldlllat') (I '. Karl clime here tulk We're not knocking it, believe -
Service show an increase of 300waE' By mid February citrus hal i 1,1, t shirt qualf> mi{ and spoke; us, we thoroughly enjoy
vest declining with I Cayvlew It but the fat continues
ucti\ity was i r rr i .1 i pd.hl' 11 olinn in to
: and salaried employees about one more month of "midseason ,-.. 01' I S'I l Iu:" < title of "first"' pile up mound the middle ai(dwell
during the past month, (for a
The short Hule J.O: o :Mr Karl. ) hoesto resort to exer-
.200 mid activity.
total of JS by -February
I New firms provided most of harvminn; period (normally extending I 1 11 ''Irnlln8, crept in'o' this cut" ugh!

the impetus in hiring activity through April or Ma ] I\jnneay, anti hit hisn >>
due to l last yeai frt 01 ""I "I'i| the list of indidatcs
due to Initial hiring for the base was State Road 13oatd Membtr
The beginning! of the Valero u I ki t ,t II/" Dcmocr-tit nonilru-
operations (housekeeping) contract Max Brewer was quit' active
t on Merrill Island, the Corn season! in late March 01 <\1.1' 1 on'1 .
in shaking his head
mission letter points: out. should! came a return to Slit 1'I\ 't i IIII'll hut's I the way it ushd during A

Olh, r J job gains were in peak demand for citrus worker "I I |>(p, ns when OIKi Mnchum Itt t which Senator .Ijct. ,

mulch. seasonal restaurants and Brevard County has mtdiiud ,, .i I is mid'. another usuillyi Malhowi spoke here yesterday. I

the 'pcclnl! trades segment of the record comm+ i ul II,-nKul, Ctndidtto; Mathews was asked
RAMS APARTMENT The 59 Ford shown above, driven construction. Job layoffs and building pace set in 1983 Nt.* was bark through: Titus if r i State lined Board munbtra

bv Alice Grads: ''ieJro woman rammed apartment of cutbacks: : offset most of the hir home;, apurtrrcnts. motel im, t illi !\Imll'v evening to meet! in ever appoInted by a nc-iV
THusv'ille Housing '\u.thorlt'I''i' Negro project) early Sat- 'inji aitmty shopping centers provided the ivi< si', t hJlh with local sup f ivcrnor:' indicating that Mathews -
urddmornini;- The woman na* oeen charged with driv- Sonic films with federal contracts greatest source of Interest the '. r porlr'r.' i !might consider Brewer fur

ing with improper license ttn"" tng without lights and had minor layoffs due to >car, Federal contracts went wt iM niiin/ t want to detract: appointment. The SRD mem-
failure to have vehicle under ,oniro) .(S-A Photo). ol 87 million
valued in
oiiipli'tion or phasing out of excess ir+m 1111' \olusia County Repre hri. i w'if real active in shaking

tlCOME ... }I'' sifcnnients.: find to the dollars for the first two month> suit' !. IH 'i lusire nor his quuli' Ills trod: buck and forth adding i

.. an : ,nt of the Area' Space of 101)4) tirutrnis' T1J'p, is no doubt' is MIS never donWe thinktli
iI' r ti Pro':i"in Labor dispute and Many diverse service occupution "",,nl th, flit that he it qui.ll ;,t pel-hips after foui years in

\ ... ,,in, wnthcr in the Ml LALK (janitors, food service work THHLl IMl R ; l IS 1 It) ,M II tin unhanknuiit' lute the ll'd to. hr ,IIV' roar and as \I e'tat 'I i rnkwd: post in slate govern-

!< i this 19fj4 Punt i ".d MUl1da. Wt 'fret 1 the Start nit nt fiend Max is anxious t to
: lI'I..lt'l'h. en) will be needed to service ul Fhn'ida ''II flll'tulI.1lt. blot, II "''PI p down. lie certainly has
which thii'e sit+H iniiiud a ti t li pin bitureliv iiin:
,.Fetruary nonfaimmuli the Federal housekeeping contract has such fine& IIIln float''' whll'lltlJ aunta'. good !lob for BrevjilclI
t involved fie accident, which dccured at the
cars were m
denotes Island. A utokc oj ,'ll'I'lllInSII burry mil \vt will hate I to ta
cent figure a un Mimtt con
intersection of U S t and Lt J. FHclacl .
Coquina. According ,
) <. 1/1/ t: TOO wage and salaried ervative estimate of between t'l' Ut( b'\'kers 01 KlJrl III II'I i step jut of that office
: Ii Ii.F I of the I'ulice Auxiliary, who inveitttjated, the --
\\"kl'f, over a year ago. Manu 1,000 to 1,500 workers arc expected
Pontiac, driven by Hubtit Bhck ol Georgia, was headed
idi,' uring and engineering scru to be hired this >ear, In
south U S 1 and slowed when the
cm jppioacliinc; sign
1 '', added the most jobs 2,- addition a number' of shopping ON
the toad narrowed
indicating to two lanes A vehicle,
\" 000.) tor a total of 21,300 work centers, motels and apartment driven by Melvin Chatman ot Cape Canaveral, was also

irs buildings are under construction traveling south and hit the Black car in the rear, tanking SWIMMING POOL CHEMICALSCALL
M.inv new engineering service at the present and should add to the Pontiac of control
\ to go out cross the northbound
:' \ firms moved offices to Brevard the demand tor .('rvieeorkcrs, lane of U S I and due over thutmb inkment. The Cha1- BOBO TROUP

County during the past year and The labor force es.timitis for man vehicle also went out of control, smashed a warning CESCO SOFT WATER SERVICETITUSVILLE
several prime contractors in the February, 19bare& broken barricade and spun into the north Inn of traffic, nick-

I j Aero Space: program experienced down as follows: int a third cur on the rear bumper (hatinan was charged
J Jr a steady growth in the expanSion Total civilian labor tone, 60.- with tailuie l It hi\i; vehitli under control Black and AM
r I'f of operations 800: unemployed, I 1400& employed passengers, VVillirtin l>;a is and Ernest VappieJr., of Patrick CALL FOR FREE POOL

63,400, agricultural workers AF Base, wt. tken i t t Pairish Hospital S-A SURVEY TODAY
Construction 2'l" 5e
83,200; manuracturing 9, Photo).
most t spectacular adding 2,000 ---- ---- __ _
worker for a 40 percent gain /

in employment over a year ago.

Of tion the workers estimated::, a 7,000 large construe number '.WANT: MORE: FOR YOUR MONEY..KEEP. YOUR_ 'EYE ON GRANTS I

SIP bring employed In serving
novernrmnt contracts / E9K

Commercial firms added 15 tetvA
p, rccnl mlle workers during O EVERYDAY SAVINGS-PRICES CUT

'+sti r (tats last I "' .>eir Commercial employment

IN Headhgbt> of car, (indicated by arrow) driven (includes trade and
service and miscellaneous categories EVEN LOWER ON GRANTS-OWN BRANDFuR1SN
Into side ol Ti\\irsvflle' Housing Authority\ apartmentin tO'HGS ,
break in less the engineering sirvice -
Ntro'project'early.:: Saturday peers through
wall The bed at right of itture'was occupied by sleep- firms) reached 13,800 by )
ing nine-year-old Tyrone Oliver,-(S-A Photo), mid was February due to the. Most building of this of many gain t ,__ GRANT MAID SHEETS

new otels. restaurants, deportment ,

stores asd apartment build 'A
ingsAs + I SAVE 23c |f

of mij-February. an estimated
I 400 people were seekIng .
) ions[ m En!vard County W-T
Crantt-oitn brand
Tins included many outOf.tilute
Job p. 'kern and some seasonal GRANT CREST* WASH

W- r employees( 'be,wren jobs"" The; Sa HANG RAYON CHALLIS / j 4 + ,, o'

CAPE 24 CODDERS* long i> tey


Sale 1.47 Ih'L 72x108 Plot.. or ''
s. poir'x.
1 ? s' : Elasticized Twin Fitted
IBM REGULARLY 1.69 f 'lr ,1Si ,.,,

e Mai hino washable, permam nt flnlnh) +
MACHINE TRAINING S Little or no ironing I renh white,
with white or gay color stitched rdgoJO Sale 1.66REGULARLY

", 71"-A0.1.99 Sal. Sale 7.21
KEYPUNCH a J"l.ng-:EJ( 2.99 Sole 4.17 MaNhlnO Valanu 1.11

ONE INJX. RED Har id Lee Palmer of Titusville, suffered brand l t REGULARLY 1.89

an ",mrod leg worn 'he car he was driving, (above)
spun oiti <,ontrol and banR.'d tnto a power pole just I BRADFORD STEREO + P g vi IONG-WEAR .130-COUMT WHITE COTTON MUSLINS

off Hi,'''vmv ,0 at :5 HO p.m. Saturday According to wit- Free Job Placement CONSOLE ts cjt' a Hntt. quiilily; mach for Grant. liy iiimo nf the collntry'I..ainlC mills
Palrwn: started passing another vehicle when a I i t e Ijilx,rahtrylrsled t h onimro llio maximum mnouiit flf wear and 1 wa.h Hlity!
nesses onto highway 50 and he tried to returnto WITH AM/fM RADIO t 1 e I lat .li.,.'U lowe iiturddilvugiin' henna firmly ulitclitd& '. against pulling
turned! oW I
car I a lilted sheets are Kinforiitd' elmlid/od! ut both ends fur smooth fit
lane if tr' ffc: skidding into the pole The car wasa COMPUTERPROGRAMING r
I' f) IlitCS" riof,.ell,.ilitU JO. .i/bltFilt.rf-IIO. 2.09 -- 1.flfl
total loss (S A Photo> Salel28R 'lift* rUtihMli, 41iJ'MuillnPIIUw *
--- .'0. 1."_ -_Sate 1 1.66 Coo., tO, ."''.. 2/88:

GUIARIYI49'Charg ,

Skillcl Train on IBM Computers .It',1,7| | weekly 'The [.lE ;, i.nintt-inrn; brand GRANT MAIDS
4 specd jsmproof
phono shut,oR r'
lutoiinlicnlly. Hndio la ndaptaWo q.( !r. I- -' SOLID & STRIPE BATH TOWELS

_K WN v S I I WIRINGTECHNICIANS I M to reception I At stereo; 41 ]11 tins

us" I i i : REGULARLY 594 EACH

Special Fcr Thursday s:. y. ,' i { e lituk anti thirsty.lixipcdruiton terry a 22i44

.'_. ...,,:;; __ e Color ,,,linultd, 'Jlurf.lt oluh and stripes
ALL PHASES No If Ands No But,!
No -
I .
CHICI I E EII99c p .J' ".ft" .wtl ,39< w..ii Cloth' it
yrig" Satisfaction Guaranteed I I 11irantnotcii I
C,ll for Personal Interview, 9

Frt Qualification/ Tests ( brand Crnnn-wn brand GRANT CREST

Booklet or Personal Tour of GRANT CREST
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Training Facilities .: ( 'I"-"'

6 FOOT LONG Sale I 5.44 --' .

With French Fries Cole FloridaTechnical VISCOSE I RAYON REGULARLY 6.99 'i' f 1
Siliw. Buttered Roll : :
,' ti RUNNER a IW( "lIon; imi linnWUMIIIIH .; 'Jf ,. ... .' !
h r s i TWEED | | I'r..llrll"k. ft; ( ;. '1'1 .j'\
j FOR ALL DAY FRIDAY no ironing> needed ) t F \r:, .,'" ,.!'
FISH SPECIALAll er ,; RUG dm; i,fill roundv. l cur' :\ .:"'(" .r\ ( J, :.;.'... I
The Fish You Can EatpoN.red b I .a'ental with --oJ' r -.
pots: Sl-w j 'wTQj lulliun' frlnnu rl:f t ..4 "-.. : ", ... } d > ': tj,
Roil GEC College I ( 2 .994'hiu an.l..ftt'I|,>MI ".'i/' J .

French Fries (I. uhlr )'1 f"_I

r I 7434 N. Atlantic Are.Cp "CHntsur. !t 11,0lY DOWN 20 DAYS On: MONTHS TO PAY. OPEN E\nNINGSI:

I Canaveral Fla. '(H"'G'.IT' 1 /
1 : 1-783-5575 Ol MONTHS. TO PAT PLAZA

Pirtle Plaza Tltunl11.f y
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1-B Tltvsvill (Florida' } Star Advocate Wednesday, April 1, 196CI try" workshop, sponsored by Young, In presenting this pro
gram to the ladies hens tnaay 'et i
Mrs Sue. B. YOUR, Home Demonstration
Brevard Count
the Clubs )
Agent for
'. showed how to secure the correct
measure for drapes, both in
b Ladies from this city attendingwere
length and width; she demonstrated
: Mrs Muriel Graham vice-
: the local club, Mrs how to figure space ftp
i president of
77 -I t% : Lillian Karberg! Mrs. Catherine tween pleats and the width and talked about "Fibri'
4 Hellpenstell Mrs Pat Canzano
See IRC News On P. 4-C
Smith. Mrs
and Mrs. Anita
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,Ef .av tsui. a : EASY TO TRY ;

( 4
f t II Q More Calls Means More Business ..

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TitusrilU Area Cocoa & Cocoa Beach .

267.5530 636-7031.

(OING AWAY PARTY Mr. and Mrs September, 1962 upon graduating from ._9 e .0. . . .

harles Davis recently held a going away Titus\ille High School. At the party were

party for their son, Richard Bishop, at the 30 guests consisting of friends and class-

I Torch Club. The affair was a complete mates Shown with Richard, center, are 9 e
surprise to Richard, who is leaving for from left: Charles Moore, Mrs, Charles

uermany for 18 months He is serving Davis Mr Davis, and Anita Mazzare.- cam,.
with the U. S Army, having joined in (S-A Photo). ADMIRE: BLOOD MACHINE Members jects to raise fund! to purchase the toI."Id. ?....", dial.

of the Community Affair: Dept of "blood machine" which utilizes a few

Indian River South itu HappeningsIRC Indian River City Woman'; Club admiredthe hops\ : of Mood for tests!'\ ordinarily requiring x,11sfi
new NnteNon: (Jasomeficr as Dept 1 '3 cup. From left are :Mrs. I).
I chairman, Mrs Clare Simim presented a O. Kielfer Mrs.\ R D. Cromwell, Mrs! 00
: : check for the small, but vital machine to U. S. Nunnally, Mrs.\ T. J. Sauerbeck,
Mrs[ Ella Shinier, Jess Rirrish! Memorial seated and Dr. 1 E]. Minovitch.\ pathologistat
Baseball League Organizes Hospital!'\ administrator. The women the hospital.(! Carlson Photo '
worked several months on various: pro-

All officers, members of the rad, son of Mr. and Mrs Terry From Bradonfon 1
for the evening were Mrs. Carl Carolina Reeves, from Steubenvillc
Drapery Workshop
board of directors and all man Conrad, 603 Thor; Jeffery Wheeler Mr. and Mrs Lewis P Wattsof .
Mance and Mrs Ponds.
agers except one. for the Little son of Mr and Mrs. Jack D Betty f Ohio; Mrs. Betty Mulley, Several members of the IRC
Bradenton visited with
League team of the "Braves", Wheeler, 320( Browning; Gene Mr. f Titusville and the host and host Home Demonstration Club went
are now in office and ready for and Ann Gray son and daughterof and Mrs. W, W. James, Sr. of 409 Family Cook-out ess, and their sons Greg, :Mike. to the Agricultural Center Cocoa t
the ensuing season A roster of Mr and Mrs Harold Gray, 125 Pritchard Street, recently Mrs. The home of \Mr\ and Mrs. Max
Ed and Jody last Monday to attend
a "Drap
Young, 537 Vanguard Lane,
the various divisions of responsibility Roseh ill. Watts is Mrs. James' sister, and was
in the Leagues and the Receiving the sacrament! of the Watts family, formerly from the scene of a family cookout on I fcC cc
Easter Sunday. Charcoal broiled I
persons In responsible positions is baptism were Patricia Ambrose,
Charlotte, NC., had just returned hamburgers, frankfurters, baked
set out: David Ambrose, Daniel Henry,
Nancy Nunnally and Thomas from North Carolina and stoppedby bean, cole slaw, potatoes, salad WEEKLY RUMMAGE SALEAll I Thero's no longer any need to look elsewhere to find the best
Board of Directors Nunnally to give Mrs. James all the cold drinks :and coffee were serv- picture on T-V, STEREO STORE has color, black and white,
Tom Walker, Jr, President; news from her home town ed, while the smaller children enjoyed Kinds of Rummage For Sale-We Accept DonationsOf and can return to your present TV the original good picture It
Or W G. Young, s'ice.presldent; once possessed.
Easter hunt Your Reusable ItemsrBUYER'S
Auction for Little Lotgua an Egg
Mrs. Nova Thurlow, secretary; I
Mrs Marguerite Morton, treasurer Mrs. Margaret Marcum of 1015 Easter In Christmas Those present were Mr. and:! ..

Ed. Mills, Players' Agent; Thomas Street, a member ct the Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Ford Mrs H E. Harper and grand I BARGAIN SHOP STEREO STORE
Barney Canfleld, Umpire in Women's Auxiliary of the Little and daughter Charlene, spent daughter, Betty; Mr. and .Mrs "
Chief: Col! W H. Boshoff, member League, Is desirous! of holding an Easter Sunday in Christmas, with Jack Harper and daughters, 1121 Washington Avenue l *r COMPONENT* RECORDS'PtEtfWrHONrj

at large; Shirley Ricker, auction sale end a bake sale in their son, Kenneth W. Ford and Carol and Donna; Mr. and Mrs. I QC] SAYS-SERVICE
Open Thurs., Fri and Sat AM 7.3738
president of the Ladles' Auxiliary the near future at the Civic Center family and daughter, Mrs Bruce Rick Barrett and sons Jeff and
Bud Jones manager of for the benefit of the IRC Tomberlin, and family. Kevin; Mrs Gussie Young, from Operated by St. Teresa's Catholic Woman's ClubIf I Ms Vrwnr.'KAiAJ Tmisvu.itft*.

Pirates; Ken Weinhold, Equip. Little League. She desires assist Clendcnin, West Virginia, Mrs. I
ment manager and manager of ance In these projects and! requests From Hospital
Elks; John Donn, manager of that anyone desirous \10 Mrs Margaret Marcum\ recently .
Bulldogs; Bob Miner, manager of help, contact her at 2675582. She returned home after a sojournin
Yankees. tells us that she is getting mer Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital .
CHEVY Chevrolet
Managers, Senior Division chandise of the best quality don and is convalescing satisfactorily by I
ated for the auction sale and expects .

Ave Rick, 267-1942 Barrett, 313 manager Dclesplnc of"Colts" money to for make assisting a fair the turn little of Teon-Town- Club How to get away from it all including the high cost of travel !

a new team and a new League. After she has all her Despite the rain, 89 Teenagerswere "\
manager; John Savarle, 210 Man- helpers, further details of this present at the regular Sat. 41
tor Avenue, 267.5595, manager f will he announced urday night dance in Ue Civic you're looking for a way to get the whole family saving Delcotron generator and< self-adjusting brakes.
.project there and back small vacation this is Besides of there II
the "Cardinals"r Sanders; Center Juke box records! supplied on a< budget, wagons, course, are Chevy
745 Forest Road, 2677937, man the music till some of t their own the station wagon that can do it. sedans and coupes.' The Super Sport Coupe omell '

ager of "Moose" (new ,manager), Michigan Visitor local talent arrived: Pat Fchnng You see, a Chevy I 11 I is one of the most inexpensive La2 with a wide range of engines, bucket seats, door-to- ",

Managers Major Division James Walker of) Mldlr.nd, with drums DeLay Cooper, Terry wagons you can own. It goes so many miles betweengas door carpeting and either an extra-cost floor-mounted

Bud Jones, "Pirates"; John Michigan: a nephew of Mr. and Nix and Eddie Clevenger with stops you'll think we built in a spare tank. Powerglide or speed transmission ,,go although J

Dcnn, "Bulldogs"; Ken Weinhold, Mrs M F B-reelove of Prltch- guitars, and played real dance Garage stops, too, are far, far apart. Chevy Il's are economical to buy and own, they certainly -
"Elks"; Bob Miner "Yankees"; ard Avenue, spent Easter Sun- music much to the delight of the And you get 76 cu. ft. of cargo space for less TRADE'N'TRAVEL don't look it.

David Sanborn "Tigers" (new day at the Brcedlove iiorne. 2.m: young people Two service men money than :jou'd expect to pay for most sedans. And now that it's Trade 'N' Travel Time at your

manager), and last of all come is a Market Research Analyst for were present as Bursts: Roger Big enough to handle fat rowboats and tall fishing TIME Chevrolet dealer's, jou'll never find a better time to
the "Braves" who do not have a the Dow Chemical Company and Snyder from Homestead Air poles. Powerful enough tote fully loaded trailers. look into Chevy H. Look under its hood. Slam its

manager as yet. An earnest solicitation is conducting a Merchandizing Force Base and Richard Bishop, I And all Chevy ll's come with Chevrolet's moneysaving solid doors. Bounce on its thickly padded foam-cush
is broadcast for a man. Survey in several Southern U S. Army, who will leave this
eusy-taie features. Like Body by }Fisher ioned seats. But above all else-try it on the highway
ager to complete the entire setup I States, week for Germany Chaperones ,Oft THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS;
rubt-resisting fiush-and-dry rocker panels, battery- It'll give you a good run for your money.

Minor League Managers Letterpress Offset ...----, r. .. ....____ ,Cktvtr.: !. II.-NoMj-Door, :. Station!. Tr Glen Martin, manager "In-
dians", Key Largo Drive, 267- :wm1.rni'trljk\fr 1
6T02; Bob Hogg, 1130 Thomas St., & ; j
267.5379, manager of "Dodgers".

(new manager). Busy B's Printing Co. Inc.

Mana,.,.' Meeting ,
IRC Little League president, .5 "'a'a THVYKim *: HTOKKlt: us 11.1)1'\1(1! i
Tom Walker Jr., and the players' PHONE 267.4186! p O. BOX 1176 ;
agent, Ed Mills, held a mectng: TITI'MVIII _
at the Little League Ball Park !
last Saturday evening, at which .Up Delivery Service 1 ifTTl

the managers were present, to
discuss details prior to the Play

era'evening.Senior tryouts League which managers start Monday attending Gc't'NJ tLJay. .. Vj ofac/it'J'/ :CJayIt l 1''

were Rick Barrett, Colts,
and John Savarie, Cardinals; the ladles handle so much
Major League managers were .? ;
Glen Martin, Indians! ; and Bob of the money nowadays, .

Hogg, Dodgers. that it's no wonder that j
When the boys arrive at the ij
w. tea so much of them
field Monday evening, they! will I
be checked in with the Flayers' j hero and no wonder, ,1

Agent, asked for a choice of pos.
( either, that we make a '
ition; given a colored card witha ..'
number on it and then positioned t I special effort to moot their

in the field to begin the tryouts every banking need: on ,
Registration of the Pony ,
(Senior) League players will end: busy days which for

Wednesday evening at 4:30: p.m. thorn means EVERY day.

New Members

Thirteen persons joined the Indian .
River City Methodist Church North Brevard'sOnly J 'r

Easter Sunday on profession of Home Owned Bank "

faith.Mr and Mrs O A. Harvey, Rt Offers You ,

No.2, Titusville, were received Savings Accounts
Into the church during the 8:30:
Checking Accounts)
a.m. worship hour; members of
Banking By Mall
the hoys and girls church membership
Drive-In Window Service
class were received into
24 Hour Service
the church during the 11:00: a.m.
Mortgage Collateral, Commercial
service Those joining on
fession of faith were: Insurance), Personal and Auto Loans

Patricia Ambrose, David Ambrose Plus Many, Many More Fine Services

daughter and son of Mr "Your Financial Partner in Progress"
and Mrs. Ambrose, 543 Thor; Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Daniel Henry, son of Mr. and Member Federal Reserve System .u. Tr/ A
; Nancy Nunnally, daughter Not The Oldest Not The Largest. But Tko BESTI .:..::--::=..:= i

of Mr .and Mrs Randolph Nun. 4
nally, 212 Pine St.: Lynn Boone,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Kenneth First National Bank FAULK CHEVROLET

Boone, 853 Delano; Janet .

Chreist and Kathy Chreist, daughters TITUSVILLE ST FLORIDA < .ft" '..
of Mr. and Mrs. William
Chreist, 323 Stuart, Denton Con- CORNER HOPKINS & ST. JOHN TITUSVILLE AM 71234P.g.


April 1, 164 .:1..: Tltlltvlll.FI.rlda( ) Stir Advotat ._'ate -Rt.It
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I:...:; J : ''IhBRAND' t PRICES (";00 THRU)
cal rpv1..Y1M. .ia APRIL 4THtMm
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: '), / W-D Brand Naturally Tender

Chief' Guthrl SWIFT PREMIUM ;

New Navy Recruiter Sliced BaconLb. BEEFW.D

Serving This Area t ,' //A
The U S. Navy Recruiting r f
Station located at 29 Brevard 45 Steak lB. 88-
Ave? Cocoa announces that .
Chief Boilerman William I. ,.
Guthrie is relieving Chief Boat REG. 394 PERCH RRANC' r BON
wain Mate Miles A. Mixon as the ,olt / 7
local, Navy Recruiter Filets lB. 29/ 4-6 Lbs. a' 1 1 Steak LB 88-

Mixon has been lto< \ IRAN FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND "
eructing in this area for the past LARGE .. } e
Us') years, and is now retiring Whiz JAR 29- .M I4 Steak LB 88-
tram'the .
Naval service after 50 EXTRA STAMPS TARNOW Cooked 8. Baked

serving i Chief 21 Guthrie years. hat served 12 Ham 6'0%. PKG. 69- ;D FRANC HOMELESS IRLNP
baking HEN S Roast 88F
years on Destroyer type ships 25 EXTRA STAMPS Cook Qu k Breaded Veal LB
sp.rding 8 years on his first ship
the Destroyer USS HarwooHi < Cutlets LB. 79/ "iO, BRAND BONELESS RUMP
is la+t duty station before con'ing -
to Cocoa was the USS Observation W-D BRAND Roust LB. 88-
Island which is home
lilted I ft Part: Canaveral. Chief LB. 29 fRE'H ;ROUNP DAILY LEAN
uthne! has also served on re "Florida All White" QUICK FROZEN Gfr
c oiling duty before which was Beef LB. 39?
I 1 i the Boston, Massaihuseit .
ca Grade "A" Fresh Fla

Chief Guthrie states that he Med. .. -
\ ishes to make his services avalaple Eggs
in any way to help the 1
c mmunity and if there are any 1
qjitstions I that tare about the A'
avv. he may be contacted at the 2DO 79 I .
.&! Nary Recruiting SsUtion i in \\1. ) FROZEN FOOD
Cocoa, from 9am. to 5 p.m, i
Monday thru Friday, and 9 a.m. .Y '
to 12 noon Saturday or any 1
other time at his place of resuene 1 MORTON Chicken Beef'. Turkey, Ham, Salisbury, Moat Loot'
50 Berkley St., Aut. A. .,_. :
lib Satellite! Beach.Candidates. \ \
I Dinners 2 79
f.. :;: F Fi FOR F

Ii I i \ + MORTON FROZEN Apple, Cherry, Peach Coconut

, Governor At For WITH 50 I ExtraTop\'alueStamps Pile.THIS COUPON,05s.N AND' JRCHASE. OF |--' Porr&Bi ans t I ISave ICE MILK Fruit Pies I 3 Family 5i=e f 1.t .

Haddock Dinners; 5( No I SOUTHERN BELLE DEVILEDCrabs

League BanquetThe 71 AT f 0000 ANY THOU WINN A/In -ItM DIXIE';'WD1 i-:::::..I Il 5ii2Iz; -GAL.. 79 5 s? 89f/

League of Women Votersof
Florida will hear the views. i' J JJBJ'1JJ'JM' ri JJ'' ]mLU I Limit 1 with J5 order 0'' more j THRIFTY MAID ALL FLAVORS
of all th,' gubernatorial candidates
At a banquet t tonight. 50 Extra Top Value Stamps I.
(Wednesday). April 1. at the WITH THIS COUPON AN.) PURCHASE mll I .ni 1'
Cherry Plaza Hotel Orlando, to a p ot urc I
be carried live on WLOF.TV Chopped Steaks SAVE 5( EACH ASTOR FRUIT 1 }'
The occasion: is the state con Gooo'l'MIO: AMI. ITM
\ention of the League and the AT ANY WINN-DIXIE $ dklY
candidates will answer question 72 : Cocktail. 5 1
M<<'Rm1i Cons
posed and speak on the issues o io ,
of the campaign as well as .
outline their platforms. f r., SAVE 5t EACH THRIFTY MAID APPLE w
The program will be carried 1 50 Extra Top Value
live on WL.OF Channel 9, from WITH THIS COUPON AND 003 f 1L'Cans !
830: to 11:30: p.m. and will be I /.". 0"101..4L' C""tI" y 'Ii .o 2 25'
taped on Channel 6 at 11:30: p.m. Pizza Pies c
and Channel 2. see schedule for I
This is sponsored in the in. 7J ANY W'NN.DIXIE' I
terest of the voters and an informed t. J I'1! Drink : 4 46.0%. $1 r",
public by the League oC Cons
Women Voters. I I .l 0 LARGE


Advocate, 1 1st in circulation I ENO Coconut INOIN HOWAND[ Cake! JOHNON.. C. hili; I; 5 15 Cons-oz. $1 WHITE r

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74 m1'm SAVE 1 10* EACH DEEP SOUTH SALAD I : Oranges 2 5;:. 98 3;

there Is 50 Extra Top. Value. Stamps''m L, Tessin O QUART 2 91 r k FRESH Pole, TENDER Beans Lb. 29

: SAVE 6V2: ONLYONE I No. "It c... ewe: lAY
Light Meat Tuna 14-oz..a I. Hdh 39/ t

OOOB TM"U APR,L 4TM Catsup. 2 Bottles< LYS.nr ./ .'"
AT ANY WINN-DIXIE ., '. ,< '-,
75 .. ';.4.1 [AlY: : '

Witcomi Wagon International',with M Ii J I
over 5,000 hostesses, his more
\thin \thirty years Ixperi.nce U. 50 Extra Top Value .
fwtwinc food will In butineu sod WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCtMSEP / 1 1 nr all.I ,/
I community NfL For more Inlorma- I'
!fats shoat.. / /ACIA61
Crackin Good Treets

GOOD iSanborn)
w&m&sepfa n AT ANY WI"N'M-olxiE

1/ !iJi / /
2674762Q ; I Ilitir
:::.. f 50 Extra :
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coo' I IC I; Mae /ILPt0T' $ Save 20 5-Lb Bag Box : Save 30< Giant Box I 1 Can
P.r. new w w.lw.e w.... I IP Corn Oil Oleo
IN_ CE .N 0. Gees Toss A/NU. I 1 ;
| .MM kt*Y./I.IdM Y w I .TIIn 39 49 59'
StarAdvocaterif I AT ANY WINN-DIXI 39 49 ? I

eNL,MI. API.rf Ml b Ctabta [i] ;

tllk. Limit 1 with $5.order Of more j Limit I with$5. order 01 mort. j Limit f with $5. order or mort Limit I with$J.order or mor_ t Umit I with $is.ordtr or inortW.dnudIV .



4-B TltvivllU (Florid) Stir Adv cta W.d"dy, April 1, 1944 __ Bates Have Guests WILL FORM CLASSA

class in the making of II ,i.
'W' 1 :: From Summerficld
; :
(fecal flouerj is being furuMM I I
: f Band Students ''
.of. .... A."I''. ,I 1"1// Arthur D. Bates of Summer Mildred Tully and : 11 '.
:;', ':. : field, has been a house guest of Velnn Watson of this uK .\

," ,\ : Selling CandyStudents I Hi brother, Rev. Chal'll'sV.. (free demonstration' will be ",is '\
: ,
Bates,. and Mrs. Bates on Indian at 7 p m April Hth ,...1 t ::.j;
aas S, in the Titusville High several 1..j'cl 1 I Fl.,in'. Further inln I ,.
w a fU\.r> \\ (.nue' days: early
aretastVa'rr and Parkway Junior High Finds lion may be obtained hMi'mnij \ I 1
TrDESCRIBES this week.
t 2b7J45b:! or :lti7'UfJ3
r are engaged in their annual pro.jet.t
) of selling thoiolito) candy

Money raised from the sale li DAVIS LAWN SPRAYWtlL

used in the bands to purchise unl

f forms, .Instruments, music, etc j EM t STOMP M Chinch

; ------- t/? Dugs

year, Joan's mot;ler, Mrs. Belly .
,.. Jrr Mulley will be living with her t 1.184 Fungus
... and the girls, So, in conclusion I) : : IDLAI/SIXIU: TARY of a Secretary From left are Airs nil- 1
we they not Guest: speaker nt a program meeting! ( of 'lard. Joan Arnold, PSA president Dil .A Worms
say are really
nov future Sccrctaues Association \\'lli: !lob laid, Judy Zimmerman vice president .J-I
a comers, but old time citizens Dillard of Cocoa Ilcach. Pan Am"ncun and 1 Mrs\ Kathy Hay, Titusville Chapter \ r 0 Fertilizations :
r who have been roaming HIP Proirram Manager\ atlP A.r' H Dillird National Secretaries Assn F.S.A. Chair- '''- "".a......" :
v Globe and North America spoke tu( the young u\m 1. \ on "Eos*''s Idea mm Carlson Photo _
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1'1'IZl'INNIN: \ (. ENSEMBLE Mrs\ Josoph D. I
I I' '1IIl'l'left', chairman for the recent Indian River City !
\\ ,,nuns:: (Ink! :sewing!! contest, examines! the prize win. You b/lt JNJH .
i"I 'P.t (v.pite.e, uiMmble\ made by :Mis Lillian 'luroixl. T
',I. \In\ : rmiioljic) won first\ j place l over :5r club inI'i ,// ,
AIJ'/////4a/Nllu"A14/i'///'I/lf'i/// / I/Iia /III//LIINIaINr1NNNIGIIIIh/JNIIWI l)
'.-tint (>, Federation or'uman'4 ( lulis. mil, will o n1 .
1 l' Ie in state competition in Jacksonville on April 13, 14, rtvi
I und 16. Carlson Photo

To A Very Special. =
/Indian River City News

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Continue From Page 2.U) with their parents, Joan from
Ohio and Jack {from West VirCinia .
eleelion. how to line drapes : They both attends! Tibia
ml, ia\t; tips on material ion
villc High School and that's when
.. ,iction. .r
r they met and began dating: Jack
She dealt with the hardware nrc joined the Navy in 1955 and I they
e- ary fur the successful hanging!: : were married soon after loans
"I t drapes and all in all gave a In
June 1957. Jack '
vrrv instructive and complete was stationed at Jacksonville,
analysts! of her subjects Fla., at that time
In the afternoon the ladies. dovotttl In 1958, Carol was born and E'penin9Grand
themselves to making soon after, Jack went aboard I ship
samples of drapes At a later for sea duty. He spent several
date, these ladles will in (turn pro weeks on the the USS Ranger
rent this program) to their own In the Caribbean. The" Mcditer
local d b.
ranean Cruise was next and he i
served nine months aboard the s ,
In Shadow of MigHty USS Forrestal After the Mod
Roy Stockholm's magnificent Iterranean cruise, Jack came
office bull.ling, 180.feet long and back to Jacksonville and after( a
stories huh Is r' idly taking .
few months was discharge I, However I
fhjpe Nick and Jenny Gentile
within a month he re-enlist
l.ve; at 211 Pritchard Street, And
ed and was soon on hit way to I
now they virtually find themselves t
Miramar Naval Air Station near l
overshadowed by this new San Diego, California with Joan BREVARD ta
a1' edifne In fact, they appear tote and Carol following short/! :aCer. NATIONAL
living In the backyard of this 'Donna was born in Eston:!''ido,
new bail linn. Jenny says the likesit California, where they lived moil
because their home will be protected of the time they were in that. a :
from the icy winds of win State. Jack's duties were varied

... ter during the five years at Miratnar -1 \ I
lie was with the Fighting !5l"
an attack squadron and spent six BANKh
in our city Are Mr. months aboard the U.S.S. TiTindeioga i
and Mrs\ Jack Harper, who recently in the I'ucific, making \
moved Into their new in M
ports Japan Hong Kong, the
home at 420 Key Biscayne Drive. .
Philippines and Hawaii lie also
Jack Is Aviation
an Structural
went on several training cruises
Mechanic\ first Class in the U.S.
aircraft carriers
on the
Navy and will be soon Raving USS lion Horn me Hirhan; twUSS Indian River Plaza Indian River Cily- '
f Cuba They have two daughters;: Ranger During this last year t
Carl 6, and Donna 2.
Jack was an Instructor at Mlra 1
:; While In this area of bustle r>fan mar. .''j
exploding population. it is nit After all this traveling the liar.
strictly correct to class Joan an I pers are ready to settle down .
Jack Harper ai newcomers, because and make this city their peimun '
: although they have been home.
ent Carol will be entering
: away for many years, they !bnti school In September While JjcS.U L
:: moved! to this city as rhllrcn', away in Cuba, for the next Thursdar&Friday ,


CHECK allwant 3

I : Aprq2& '
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To /

ED KITTLES i' "A New In :

Totally Concept Baskin I it" j
qualified -

.. v Mayor of Tltuivill -'"

:.. .l Past Mayor of Whlspor- : 1 .
I V Hills.
Ing .

'I ." J Past President of t I

( '" JitYC O'.. I I
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I Past President of Titus. \' -
,'>, V villa Chamber of Com f I

mere. f trot Be Our Guest Meet The Friendly /
1be / 1
J President North Brevard ono To

I I Y Board of Realtors. ..,t' 5aVtA g' OPeA ea- .I. Folks At Your Brevard National Bank / ;

J Past Tltusvllle Council- ill J,) letCO..1 First 4 /

t L'a man. S.'M "o.a To The 11\\ I
'4! Past Chairman of North OPoraC
J s.\ngl t
$15- IettOun .. ,
Brevard Cancer Drive
.....\ ..OCklo7 TheFlrst Refreshments and GIftS.Too / I
V State Committeeman of v. IScod To 1\\ ; / %
< '
Florida League of Municipalities vln9s Openo I i
of Growth and $It' s. 'cCouitultet ,.. ,.".

Development, ,., c"" '" ,

4. F.mitt, Bring The K IddCS., "! / / / / ,
ED KITTIES '. 19Pa i t
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'Is fl 0 DEMO. DIST. I .
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trot Adv Paid for by Mary Alice Kitties' Camp Treas.I i
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April 1, \\H4 Tltusvllle(Florida) Stir. Advecate Page 5I -. _

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Save ill ...i&/-/';! Special! "SUPER-RIGHT" QUALITY HEAVY WESTERN BEEF

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(fff( q CLUB
Howell, Missionary\ : teacher in Fukuoka, Japan, explained -
the\ Japanese, : Bible to Mrs\ J. C. Patterson: left and SIRLOINAUMPTIP .
Mrs. Ed Norman following her recent talk at the March\ OR
meeting ot VVoman's Society of Christian Service at
First\ Methodist: : : Church. Miss\ Howell has been attend-

Junior ing Columbia and Senior University High School and will in soon Japan.resume- teaching Carlson Your. .Choice. 8 BeLB. FULL CUT CHUCK STEAK Lb, 49c

Allgood Brand Sliced Breakfast' "Sup.r-Righf" All Meat Skinless "Sup.r-Right" Weitern Bed Bret, Cold King Quick Frozen Breaded

FEC Loses Fight BACON ",.. 89c FRANKS Pao:: 49c ARM ROAST "X LB. 59c SHRIMP "9'': 53c

Morton's Quick Frozen, Chicken, Turkey, Beef Swift's Premium Sliced: Pork or 'Super-Right" Quality Heavy' Western Beef Quick Freiert Hudlul

Over Tax PaymentThe POT PIES Pkq: 19c BEEF BBO :9=. 59c RIB ROAST LB. 79c SHRIMP LB. 79c

Copolandi Stick (By the Piece) "Super-Rlghf" Bonelets Beef Stew or "Sup.r-Righf" Western Beef, Cap'n John'i Quick Frozen

. way's three Florida.year East challenge Coast of Rdil its19G1G2 Judge'In handing Taylor down said the his quotlon ruling BRAUNSWEIGER LB. 45c GROUND CHUCK LB. 69c SHORT RIBS LB33c OCEAN PERCH 'Pkq: 43c

assessed valuation: of before the court was limited to a
$50.7 million was dismissed Saturday determination of the legal validity JANE PARKER WHITE ENRICHED REGULAR OR SANDWICH f 7 i ii 1 1
I : in Tallahassee by Leon of actions of other public officials ?
County Circuit Judo Hugh Taylor "Judges/( are not selected I r5.ii bb-a PLAID ..;:
f because of their abilities as appraisers SfAi'IPS MlW
an I may not therefore I.
Taylor ruled! that the railroad :
t I "failed to establish by a prepotvleranee of substitute taxing t : officials their judgment. ." for{ that 2, I r. WMIl Ihl. n""n and| ,pr.l,".. .f .ii.!i
4 1 Ib Cam Anv
of the evidence that it is Variety Ann Page M'
, entitled to any relief ." Commenting on the den( ion '48 h: BAKED BEANS 79cMAID : I-I';
The FEC had charged that tic: Ally, Gen. James K>'nc$ said..., "a j !: I i ..J1 bi.M ",
I assessments by the State Itail decision today by Circuit Judg tYa11Yn :" Ill r/111/h nllad.;;":Iprll '!..,1:
I, toad I Assessment Board were too Hugh Taylor cleared the way fat I, lOAVES L..t_._ 1.w.u".t1''::' l
high and that they had been discriminated the collection of over $1 m;I 1lon: Ir lat.1I:H:IIUJIM
' against in comparison taxes due to the counties along utWIO&b1t /
to assessments of other major ]the route of the Florida East
railroads operating in the state Coast Hallway"
i The railroad contended a fair Crovard: Counl)'I taxes for thi SPECIAL! Jane Pirkcr Delicious '
,' estimate of its worth was $20 million years in question arc $1209! Pineapple or q J IJ' I /Q I Mllb Ilil.I rouin.il' mil piinhilo. ul Bjjj
in 11 anj $15 million in In 1001 1 and $138.5W(!) for tin year 14i.Lb. -:l"l'JII ;!"ltlIJl'rJela l bl eJ 2 I.,Ib, Ctns. Ann Paje Cam Oil ,.(
1002. 1902Growth. AIBERRY( PIE Each 39c (J' I. MARGARINE> S8c Wj{

FRESH TENDER POLE "I'i\\' :hl''n, "I_!
rnpan '''' I'' '' 'Nanlla' orlll
SPECIAL! A&P Grad 'A' Fancy I i
Stale's Rate ,u..H.slES.:!..:"..:!.i( i I

17,650 Per Month ''I FRUIT COCKTAIL< 4 g.: 89 B E A N 5 I IrSlu ..-5 i i t.. i\" ::1I YiZi PLAID K-*:iii*m VA.-W?!!

SPECIAL! Yellow Cling HaUee cr Sliced
: fiTAMPS Mi
Florida'!at 5.639 population.(KM) as of was July estimated 1.19fi3 115 111,641,284 in births 19G2 soil list 8J:year.087 in against 195Ja IONA[ PEACHES 3 &I 79c ;Iii 11111.Ihlraxpx. .. .ndparrhn, .. .f "M!:
Jars Parker Lemon N*
; I Orengt or
"Tim means the elate has < ecade ago.I'reliminary. 'C I Jj: 1 I.Lb. lOi. king III
grown at a rate of approximately 2 L b 25'
'< 5 CHIFFON S9c.HiM
death li vr" i show s. I '
, 17, C50 persons j month since the SPECIAL! Golden Cream Style R"I lN
: 10 census when the population 51543 persons died, m !l9!)i! against;( IIIBIM.II' /nod! iliruiiith Munitui, ,lprll
was 4,951.SCO," sail: Oliver 11. 511>39 in 19U2) b it the! rote rr [ONA CORN 10 'for 90c l B* *B9*tai? TTF'fT Z* Jj;i
38 *
Coordc director of the Division maine l unchanged at 1)8) deaths I 1>+t
; of Public Health StJtistusDoordc per 1,000 population FLIES!!. TENDER rf:1i1lUIfUll1IJ1: : :;Urlt: 1!

sjl I the 5111"Irtll\ /:; There wire 41111 marriages Jn I SPECIAL! Green Giant Tender \
rate has continued] to decline 13:( according, to preliminary fig I 1 ASPARAGUS Lb. 29c 4 II'S PIAD 11 5
! i'nee a peak of 24.7 birth per urea against 41.SOI in 1 1912!> Uiorccs \ SWEET PEAS 5 S 99' ; s

1 QUO population in lO'Vt' an 18pl'ft'l'nt and annulments Increased ; II(Ii. Ihl. ranaan. ana pout, ,'.. .., gZl Z:1
In' 22,173 in 19o2 to 22.893 last
drop in the list seven m
CRISP ICEBERG i.45 Bottle of 100 Pain Reliever **<
SPECIAL! White House Instant Non Fat
)H'ais There were an estimated year .
!J5J l DUFFERIN $1.29 1

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


I FOR RENT GROVE ON TROPIC St., 185 Moving storage, packing BUYS160Rare

OPAnLIVB: : a p.m. Day B for. frontage. 2612909.Help TRAILER WITH homelike add-I Iition shipping, cold fur storage, crating .
Publication For VV.d. Fri. Close In town on nice let free estimates 2673J41:
II A.". Sal )'0. MOD Pvbllrallon PALM HOUSEAPARTMENTS WantedNEED ,
Total price $1250 Phone 287 Brevard Ridgeway Mayflower. speculation opportunIty -

I; 6441 153 acres on county line.
Supply ,
presser Plumbing
word Close to [Indian River and new
I cenll per and 1 silk finisher Experienced 55 FT. x 10 ft. 2 bedroom mobile
Minimum (Clurg Wo \ 287-99hO. home screened in patio $2300) canal lite. Priced at $273 per
equity for SI,000 and take SEPTIC
Furnished \ overpayments acre. We also have a 25 acre
Some ., WANTED AT ONCE! a dishwasher ) 267.7188 after 1 p.m pre-cast concrete steel-rein.
ALL CLASSIFIED ADiPAYABLE adjoining the south end
Children Welcome'! Good hours, apply in person. forced, state.approved, sizes 540 parsel
IN ADVANCJJI 35 FT. x 10 ft. new 2 bedroom mobile of these 153 acres which extends .
:xcept Ktltblliiicd Account: \ Homes Restaurant, Scottsmoor gals, 630 gals.. 735 gals, and 1000
home, screened in patio. gals Grease traps installed, tanks to the Indian River.
I Titusville, So. U. S. 1 HOWARD JOHNSON'S needs wait $2300 equity for $1.000 and take pumped and cleaned, drain fields Priced at $11,500 with
flats Av lllblon open
Untried Dl.pUy resses, day shift and evening over payments. 267-7186 after 7 relaid. Work guaranteed Pittman

8 Ur-Ad vocal R.qte.tTb. ..e.",.. the shift open Good wages, vacation _j p.m. Septic Tanks Inc.. Phone AM 7. terms
)rvUess of r vl.lDB or rejecting FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS, close with pay, hospitalization Insur. SEE 4421. P. O BOX 2018, Titusville,
iilrertlMOMnt which It deuna in, efficiencies, weekly monthly THE NEW 1964
njr once Apply in person 9 Florida. 139-2 '- acres zoned industrial ,
objectionable aDd to change tbe rates, air conditioned, 417 Julia and 11 a.m., 2 and 4 p.m. at 1817 SKYLINE .
clu.lllealion of op adve"l.emeat 51 10 with 330 ft SR 405
Street. x 2 bedroom, $$3695. approx.
South Washington Ave.
trom Ibaordered to ooolorm 10tbe Real Estate
BUDDY close to Rt 50
policy of tbl. --- frontage $7500opl"n
Tli. Star-Advocate pap.will Dot b* DUPLEX FOR RENT FEMALE HELP WANTED SO x 10, 2 bedroom, $4195. terms.
refiponilbl lor mor than oDe la* Fully furnished In modern decor. Acr..;*
corrtcl Innrtlon. nor will It be READY FOR OCCUPANCY, 4 SALES CLERK full time Company Free delivery and set up. Long
liable for any error In drartln- modem, town route units. 2 bed. benefits Apply W. T. Grant term bank financing. BY OWNER, !>"4 acres with 430 ft. 173-10 acres of elbow room.
merit Lo a groat.r.xt.n t thea room, aircondiiionctf large utilIty Co. Pirtle Plaza Titusville.ELDERLY MARTINS on Ariel Road just off U.S. 1. f.
the coat 01 the pac.. occupIed by MOBILE HOMFS Has 2 bedroom home, !some .
lb. him 18 (hi adverU.em.n. and storage. $125 monthly I Skyline and Buddy Dealer Price $7500. Call FI5.3121, Oak
267.2866 or 2676327. ( LADY NEEDED to 1224 No. U. S. 1, No. of Overpass I Hill citrus, chicken yard. Land is f"
(4)I school children cleared and well drained. Located
care for 2 aged Titusville 267.3081
Builneu Office MS Mali gtr..l DUPLEX NEW, 2 bedroom, air- and to do light homework LiveIn APPROXIMATELY[ 2 ACRES cor 3 miles west of Mima
Dial AM 7-0331 conditioned utility, carporte unfurnished lot. or all, located northOf
Offlct Hour 8:Off to 1:80: I or out. 2677291 I MOONLANDMobile ner part Priced at only $1890 per acre.
Call Edward's Realty Mims 261.7080.
267.3261, odes 2677821. C Kin,r..... .. .. 564 Wail COLORED MAID for motel work. ---
NOTICEI Apply in person, River Palms Home Sales ACRE FARM with 1,320 ft. 196-Large building lot with

UNFURNISHED. 2 BEDROOM, "Watch out for an April-fool trick, Sis!t" Motel 1 QUALITY HOMES: AND frontage on Lake Harney, a wide trees In Spruce Hills 250 x
hereby wish to give( notice that I built.in range refrigerator, central part of the St. Johns River, only 195 feet deep Paved !street to
will not ho for heat and air. 267.7151 RELIABLE MAID. Own transport. SERVICE 30 miles from missile base, ideal property. Reduced at $2550 for
responsible any bills ation. 7-3:30: call 267-6998 after I U.S. 1 North of Overpass for many Summer homes, best in quick sale.
Incurred by persons other than my. DUPLEX:, AIR CONDITIONED, 2 .
self. For Rent For Sale 4 I Titusville 267-5695 fishing and hunting for deer and
built in. and
bedrooms range re natural
wild in
Andrew J Davis rigerator Phone 267. 901. EXPERIENCED WAITRESS must tops 302-25 acres due east of Minis
800 Fiske Bou'evard! Cocoa be Call beauty a good group investment with waterfront and fish
OFFICES FOR RENT tools 21. after 11 a m 267-2475 MOBILE HOME
SHOP 5 in
Florida HOUSES FOR RINT SMITH power I OWNERS opportunity of $500 per Priced at $2000

Apr 1 I. 3. 6. ((1964.) OFFICE SPACE Good location. one. $130. 267-1260. WANTED PART.Tlme Bookkeepers :i LIVE RENT acre, terms. T W Mero, Broker, acre camp.with 29': down, bal per 5yrs.
Sanford 322-2481 for appointment.
BEDROOM for 3 to 4 hours in the eve-
Co ;
TABLE transit 6.
1-2 or 3 room offices. AM 7 5728. SAW, Band D
house, tile bath electric range, power saw 267-6692. fling: If interested please send BUILDERS, ACREAGE 2 blocks
Boats For Sale carporte and utility room, Dixie ROOMS FOR RENTIN resume to Personnel Manager: 1! FREE! from country Club or lots with
267.1928. Post Office Box 82. Titusville, 403-2 adjacent building lots on
Village, $110 monthly. BEDROOM SUITE, 2 electric city sewage and water. Readyto
; PRIVATE HOME, call 267-3149 mixers lamps 1 large fan, end Florida. Only experienced bookkeepers I I paved: street in Spruce Kills
build Call
LET CS SELL your car or boat. 3 DEDRODUNFURNISIIED: [ after 7 p.m. 267-2545 before 12 tables 1 full size and single bed, need apply.HOUSEWIVES. $20 down payment and $20 a on. 261-5530. Mims. 80 x 200 $1850 and 100x
Browning Auto Sales. 405 Hop South Lake Village swimming -- ---- --- month will buy your own full 1 200 $2000 Resilcntial( sec.
noon <(< 4 and other Items. 2b7 3034. I DUPLEXES FOR SALE
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kina Ave., 2671520.Building pool, $125 monthly. 2672134 or acre 'mobile sompeak: at beautiful I I tion, cleared and ready for
2675322. BEDROOMS[ SINGLE OR Double. 5 PIECE FACTORY REBUILT I Become LIVE RENT FREE, brand new building.
& Const.NIDYCONSTRUCTIOM. Private entrance, refrigerator, sofa bed suites, $89 95 Phone 267. Tel. work, your home UP to $30.00. your own landlord. More than two, 2 bedroom apartments on
UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom house. near Magnolia Shopping Plaza. weekly comm. part time. Permanent ISO families now reside here
5412. Badcock Furniture Com
Write International Don t before big corner lot, alrconditioned 491-96 x 165 building lot on Irwin -
267 buy for
Adults only, no pets 2744 267.6633. you see
resident 21 East Main Street
pany separate utility and caroorts Ex.
Avenue. with $800
Magazine Services, P. O Box yourself Only a few lots left.
lals commercial ----
12: in Titusville and remodeling Licensed LARGE UNFURNISHED 3 bed. ROOWITH:[ private bath and en" COLUMBIA[ EXER-CYCLE, like 6457, Orlando Florida cellent terms Edwards Realty down and balance payable
and years bonded. Phone AM 7.373BusinessOpportunity. room house, 2 tile bath, built in trance. $10 per week Phone 267 new, phone 2073612.CARBURETOR I CHRISTMAS PARK 267-3261. nltes 267-7821. under monthly terms.

--- -- ---- range, carporte, utility, no pets. 2090. MALE HELP WANTEDDELIVERYMA4 Route 50 Christmas, Florida
$125 monthly plus security 267 FOR 57.62, 6 cylin. ------ Phone Orlando 275-1727 569-1100 ft. adjacent and northof
2005. ROOM[ WITH private bath in new der Chevrolet. Used 2 weeks, (Continued on Next Peg) Parrish
Jess hospItal.
home. Business man only with Guaranteed. Take $5 1039 Alford WANTED or
FOR LEASE-BUsTNESS. Texac SUITABLE FOR small businessand references, Indian River City St. PHONE AM I 7-3831 Exceptional site for shoppingor
Service Station, US Hwy ]. home combination, 2 bed. location Call 2676523 after 8 ALLEN REALTY medical center
across from Byrd Plaza, Cocoa room 1 bath. Kitchen equipped. p.m. CHANNEL MASTER Antenna GUS FAULK CHEVROLET is now Cocoa 6363790 I --
_ 572-550 ft. U.S. No. 1
Florida. 636.5709 or PA3-8434. 267-9940. -- Systems. Installed $24.95. 267. taking applications for exp r. frontage
__ CLEAN ROOMS: for working men 3577 ienced Chevrolet mechanics See Directions 12 miles west of T $80 ft. plus twenty 127 x
CamphigHunting TRAILER. CABANA private lot, 2670234. Service Manager Titusville on Highway 50 at 270 ft. lots to the rear pricedat
modern, adults only. No pets. SMALL UPRIGHT Christmas, Fla. $1995 each 50, down bal!
BUY OR rent a folding tent Turn west El:is Lane, 1 mile LOW rates clean rooms for workmen piano completely reconditionedand BRAKE AND FRONT end man, 5 )'rs. '@> 6'; This parcel is
cr, sleeps 5, stove sink Icebox.camp. north of Mims\ Firat house on $10-3. Call 267-6185. refimshed Terms to suit. apply Firestone, 109 Hopkins, }}:! located just north of Homes
J Double J. Campers. 2476 Old right. WAREHOUSE FOR RENT KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Restaurant. Drive out and
Pixie Hghway. Phone 2671584 --- -----1 2126 W. Tropic 2676385 GRANTS NEEDS salesmen for appliance TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT 'I look it over.
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STORAGE SPACE in metal building
Child Care I Whispering Hills[ section $125 on Nevins Court, rear of FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES, Guaranteed end salary TV department.mission ONE ACRE trailer space, $30 per JESS W. CHIIDRE 751-320 ft commercial frontageon
plus com -
Call 2671883 after 6 furniture greatly reduced for
monthly. Star.Advocate building. Available month, children I welcome Applyto Hopkins Avenue. ProposedU.S.
p.m. now. See H. 11. Hudson clearance sale Wide selection, Company' benefits, group' R. E Spricgman 2 blocks off I No. 1 site for new QualIty -
!: 6 to 2 health insurance, retirementbenefits .
yearsIn 2111 Garden St. '
Nidy Shopping
C at Star Advocate. 50, Christmas Park. Motel is to the rear of this
private home. $10 weekly 267. LARGE UNFURNISHED 3. bed. Center 267-5733 or 2671926. no experience necessary "
'; 5817. room house, 2 tile baths, built. We will train. No phone I TRAILERS FOfc RENT I property. Owner will consider
in range. car port and utility For Sale REFRIGERATOR, 4 TRAILERgas calls. Interviews from 9.S p.m. t dividing Attractively pricedfor
UIILD CAKE by hour day 01wrrk room. $125 month. 267.1928. RCA 30-inch burner kitchen bottles Box 57C. Kennawa Apply W. T Grants, Pirtle Plaza' LIGHTS, WATER gas furnished I use.
:Indian River Heights. gas Couple or 3 adults. $75 monthly.
Road, Turn off U. S. 1 on Deles
AM! 757C6 3 BEDROOM. IVfc BATH, screen itove, almost new, $60. Pot Burn pine 2 roads south of Orlando CITY FIREMEN:\[ Career positions I Buck's Fish Camp. 2675267 673-384 ft. on bott sides of
er Oil Heater heats 3 rooms $15. in Titus lJIe U.S. No. 1 in Indian River
ed porch, $125 monthly, no pets. open Department I
Utilities left
For Rent 2873353 Gas Heater. heat 2 rooms, $15. 2. house.FENDER,, one and rightto I. Applicants must be high 1963 CHICKASIIA bedroom, on City including:;t waterfront(
room air conditioner "Vt h.p. I school graduates between ages private lot Couple only Phone267.337g The size and location of the
UNFURNISHED[ NEW 3 bedroom 4th house west of Sun Valley on after 8pm. offers
PRECISION electric 21 31, In good physical con I property many possibil
: _
FOR RENT town house, tiled bath, central I left, route 50 base guitar Blonde finish with dition and of high moral character TRAILER LOTS ities such as a large motel
heat and aircorditioninj:; with or accessories, plus fender leather Applications at central FOR SALE I and apartment site Price
Floor Sanders. Polishers
THIRTY HENS 616 Olive -
Phono AM 73255 without range. Near Pirtle Plaza. A\c Lula Campbell. case. Base guitar. list price $279; f ire station, 513 Palm Ave. 68 x 100 trailer lot, zonetffoMra= 200 acres North of Minis\ one mileof low.
$135 monthly. 2b7-1928. guitar case, list price $60: worth ---- er 8 x 40 $3700 W. River frontage one mile of

FACTORY PAINT OUTLET IRC, 2 bedroom 1 like-new-adults-, I JOB TRANSFERRED near $350, sacrifice at $200. Ex. Insurance Childre I Realty, 67- ::4hi.J. I railroad frontage. Only $650 per 755-Lucrative income propertyin
---- -- -- acre, terms, Beach ft.
cellent condition. Call Ron 267 New Smyrna
21.76119 6-9 Had to move out of town. Take ,
Baldwin $80
Shopping\ no pets
p.m. over balance on furniture Call 0331 or 267-7135 after 1 p.m. RUSSELL Motor Scooter For Sale Call Mr. Floyd R. Stone withJ. from ocean. 3 completely
furnished apartments on corner -
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Adjustors at 2675735
OFFICES FOR RENT FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine INSURANCE 1959 LAMBRETTA\ motor scooter, W Childre Realty paved street with extra 50
NEW UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom TOMATO: [ PLANTS 50c for 100. 2V4 furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite less than 5,000 miles, $125 firm AM 72541 x 100 ft. lot. Priced at $20,000
apartment, tile bath. central!. BEFORE YOU DECIDE See miles north of Rims, Indian 7 piece dinette all only $13 8] Inc. price. Call 267-5303 after 5 p.m. Brokers Invited and shown by appointment
heat and air. Near Pirtle Plaza,, this downtown Titusville office River Plantations, turn right to per month Decor Furniture 204 2001 So. Washington Ave. --- --- ----- only.

$125 monthly and up. 2671928. \ conditioned, beat, parking! third house.G. N. Magnolia Avenue Indian River .
$95. C. B. Davis, Realtor, Orlando \ City. Phone 267-7613. Phone 267-6720 757-Downtown apartment build. :
ADDING MVCIIINr ROLLS, on!)P nite.day CII 1-3336; Titus E. REFRIGERATOR[ 12.5 RENT ing "Floridian Apartments",
cubic feet, 90 lb. freezer Excel. Remember Paper Boy OPTION TO BUY .
25c each at the Mar Advocate vllle 267.7840. I pay your Lost located on Julia Street. Corner
I lent condition $40. 267 3092. Out
I lot, 3 floors, 17 units
PRESCRIPTION SUN: GLASSES, of town owner wishes to sell

near Indian River, Lois Welborn 5 NEW 3 AND 4 BEDROOM HOMESIN
JUST GOOD BUYSIN inside frame. Keward 267-0548. 852-Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath
Westwood Manor I I beautiful hardwood floors,

Mobile Homes carporte, and porch on In.
dian River Avenue in Titus.
I TRAILERS FOR SALE ville Low down payment.
Old Dixie HighwayBrick I' ,, .JJeiY//J Before you buy see this one.
REAL ESTATE AMERICAN, 48 x 8'. 2 bedroom, 7 !}
clothes closets, cabinets, cabinets 887-Beautiful executive type
galore window awningsand estate just 1000 ft. north of

Homes 3 bedroom 2 Full Tile Bath 51"'4 ACRES high: and dry north of !Mims and east of U. S. No 1. patio awning. Good condition In Beautiful High and Dry Whispering Hills Section. city limits. Has a beautiful
Just listed and won't last at low price of $4800 with $sm) down Sims .Hall Trailer large home placed among citrus ,
I'ark. Highway 1 north Rent will be Applied 100'; to Down Payment. groves and high! oak trees.
(Colored) Central Heat, Built-in Range 30 ACRES near Rt No. 50 $995 per acre. Terms. Shown by appointment only.

2'1' ACRES just 3 miles west of :Mims on Rt. No. 46. $4400. with TRAVEL TRAILER, 16 Ct. Shasta I II
w/Hood, Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice of terms. Airflyte excellent condition, electric INQUIRE:; AT SALES OFFICE OR I

brakes. perfect for trips Why Pay :More''\
Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. 40 ACRES with 1320 ft. frontage on Rt. 43 $1100 per acre. I vacations and hunting. Only PHONE 267 2-58 ANYTIME I

2 ACRES on Old Dixie Highway Cleared with some trees and $895 Call 267.3449 I 800-3 bedroom. 2 tiled! bath. :

Also F.H.A. Homes from $13,750.00 to ready for building. Corner. $5500 Cash --- sque Brand landscaped new setting lot in with picture.lots

$450 00 Down. for 100 )FT O\ RIVER in Bellwood with 693 ft. depth Priced right of beautiful shrubs. Air conditioned .
$14,500.00 Ready and owner will consider dividing BUILDERSWANTED Service"I I by Westinghouse with

Occupancy. 3 BEDROOM( near Magnolia Plaza In Indian River City. :Many( 'North Brevard' Oldest Real Estate central heat. Kitchen equip.

fine features but what caught our eye was the 22 ft. dining pcd with bar and complete set
with reasonable down payment. of beautiful cabinets and
room. $13,800 &
267-5437 267-5293 2672802SEE iiiC Westinghouse Cont i mental 1
JUST REDUCED to sell now. 3 bedroom. 2 bath near city limits "FOREST ConisJatJ "U, Range. Extra large utility
on Old Dixie. Large fenced lot with citrus, palm and large ui room large cnought for your
oak trees. $13.650 with $750 down. F.H.A. but no qualif}'ing. I ESTATES"ONLY workshop and laundry. Grac.

LIKE NEW. 2 bedroom with den on corner lot near new schoolin 4 LOTS AT ious 23 ft. living room with 8 :
TODAY indian River City. Rugs, drapes and many extras includedin LEFT Wuhhisgtoa ft. glass doors with white ter.
OAKWOOD low price of 10500. Good terms $3000 Per Lot! razzo floors makes this home

CHAS. JANNARONE one of the most outstanding
BUILDING LOTS: values in Erevard County.
MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing 75 x 100 near !Magnolia ..... . ... . $240000 AM Shopping 7.3441Moving Center 1. ACRE LOT 15 minutes from downtown. Three Priced at $13650 with only i
100 x 110 corner in Indian River City .... ... ...... $350000) $450 down. Call today and let
75 x 112 corner in Indian River City . . . . $J200.ooR7i bedrooms two baths, built in electric kitchen, ter- us show you this fine home i

: x 150 near river In Bellwood . .. .. .. $3500.00 razzo floors, double carporte Central air conditi- Ready for immediate occu:
92 x 160 North of Mims . . $1900,00 pancyDANENBURG. .
93 x 140 Trailer lot . . . $35000 down oning and heat. All for 1490000. With EXCELLENT I
100 ft lot on U in" Bellwood . $7500( Cash ? terms.
LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL 135 x'150 r rSiS oltt : : : :. : $U,50002M I.i

( LOTS WITHCENTRAL I SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES 2 ACRE Colored Apartment site just off South Street, $17.500 LOW LOW RATES 1 2. Several nice FHA acquired homes available now .i

WATER Etc. with termsRYAN. As low as $10,500.00 with only $76.00 month payments WI I

Quality Service .

REALTY Compare Our Rates 3. FOR RENT Practically new air conditioned two i

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO I Free Estimates bedroom home. $110.00 plus damage deposit.J'JaneonwafJ .

R. G. "faReg. REALTY
Lowest Interstate Rates From
REACH OAKWOOD From Titusville north on -
: go ; Brevard County I I I
U.s. 1 to Mlms Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more RYAN *fi* Broker / & (AJinAteadnr.. 1514 South Washington

tnile to our entrance on right. For free information ASSOCIATES: FOGARTYBros

call 257-5566. J D. LAVENDER JOE JOHNSON I Transfer, Inc REALTORS INSURORS AM 7-3858

I CALL COLLECTI! Where buyer and seller expect
: DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! MAGNOLIA' PLAZA INDIAN RIVER CITY Cocoa NE 60713 II Dial AM 7- 2011 Day Night or Holiday and get better and faster service



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', HOUSES FOR SALE FREE LP bottled 1902 COKXA1R 2 door coape. 500) will rrglatrr with I h.. I Irrknt IIHIll Or II III l<- \ 111194.. MUM. I111: It*.t.FM' Mill I nf HI l.F IIInt
209 N. V S. Phone I tie Circuit Court In ltrosirit'imntt' Mlllt r: 'r.. HI II Nil (l'1I\ltI.: \'. CKlH.JfM: STArS ROAD DEPARTMENT OF
1 HOUSES FOR SALE series. $11041 Ry owner. rlorlda. upon" reu'lin if IIOBFUTA' JOAN ZLUrlltlrK: ; Plaintiff. hl.tlltlDA. an Aucncy of the
LAKEFRONT ESTATES has the 'Suburban 267.3230. proof ,,t puhllintlon of t thin IIotlu'. PlaintiffCHAKLFM v. of 0'lyrlia. "a1

homes with advantages you'll 2676411. the fillnwlntf rictlllouH num.to' '\1- ICIIABD: ) 1.\l: OI.ET Petitioner. ,
BEDROOM house with large like 3 bedrooms IMi baths at 1962( (Corvette excellent ( wit.: "Cau.ewav raters un,It'r F.I>WARD Zt'OFII- IVfi-ndant ..
ffamily l room, near elementaryland 'Ondition'l a hick I im pngnged In biulm ntMPIIU u1':1I. To: HI i hard "niwlryHiulhi L;. N. et at.I.
::127 block fuel rFLCnE
school $500 down I 1722 12600. $500 down, $79.38 monthly, Used Cars 0..1. 'lii uoviii-. M,,rliln. ant\ n..r.ndll1l I : nt. A A .'n Defen,lantaVOTICK .
high Including P and I I.. 21 year mortgage I 267.1771 that the umlirulgned In the only THE STATE OF" FIOR1HA Attention bluff (,1,111'lIlrllk ,. OK EMINENT:: UOVtAl.t
::{ Smith Drive South Phone 267. Large lots. Just south of ---- I I''"i'. ?2153. 1t955 DODGE. R and II. fair, runs I at Ti ten, iii- Mori,11. thin, No. IK riinthmore ('iriS.. IP hrnrby given that a I: ASH BY THE
Whispering Hills Country Club 19bO AUSTIN:' ( ) good I $100 Call 2b7-1568 after 5 IK iluv or Slur. i h. A I I' I'lHI Apartment No. 4 .Hornemer. romplnlnt 11 fun,'lone mortgage hapbwn AI'TllIU'1| I)!' Tilt STATE O.
SOUTH LAKE 3 bedroom. fencein (Route 405)). George B. Larley; I io wirewhcels! I 1 ,'nne'lla A. O Ilr ten N..work: filed. nvalnM ymi tiv tOe pi,piny .
Inc.. Titusville 2G7.3622. p.m. _ :Mar, IS .A. Apr I. II. ,iW"t.t I >. l.WIIS : You are required. to aerve. a iopvft tiff I. Ike above styled court aniatl TO All WHOM IT MAY CON-
$100 down $64 monthly plenty condition $1513
your Anawer to the Complaint f irIHvoria iri hrrrby r..qlllr.d to serve a CERN nol II all peraona and) part
fruit trees roses, shrub. FII.25 .\ i' i'9o'2- DOOR FALCON: will saerl 'lamb; eI..11I t ''l 1&1' vnfytronp, wet- an* pl acllnailium lee ,'1011.. n S avingan y
qualify Alachua Ave. $850 DOWN. 3 bedroom, air con 1955 CADILLAC l fire $1095 Phone 267.3647. 'S'lliltliIihi. tulutil it.I t O. Clarlan Storm .I.U: New .t. \MlllnniV9ixlnon:: H. uHIIX !.. 1..1, eptate. rl.b.tll.
ditioned double carporte and condition. Good ) I IIIIU" \. I'. 'I' t ii it i tI .. Haven Avenue. Mi-lb.iurne. 1'I..rllill.1 : I II7B tai: Oil IK*. Florida. attorney lh.., lieS I" Ir on thoo it' certain. par-
family room 2741 No Circle ,I CIII' It StE. I\K.\lIlI' unl, file Ihe original In the offl ., ...I I Ime fir I the plaintiff inil run She ,. or lam,) lu'rn'inofter .leacrlbed,
; LOVELY bedroom. 2 bath home. cash. Phone 267 : 1957 FORD. 4 door custom C Si \.t. I .
Forest Mr. Evans. clerk nf tha Circuit t'.ul.t ai original answer :or l ml I''n:linpo In the .nd:I the tallowing peraona, together
It; spacious carpeted living room Drive. Hills I automatic. $250 267-0432. IIIISSIIo; lll'lihS TLIINEIt Tltiiavllle Horlla' on nr bet re II,' (llffli*> of l ihe llirk nf the CircuIt With all unknnwn pemont el.lml"
: 1". built.in kitchen air.conditloned. 2673267. bOdY'j l'l.h.llff arts stay nf April 14K4 or a ,I.". rniro Court at Tlliiivlllr. Ii rrver.i County. by '"r"ull nr under known pernttoa
.t FORD TRACTOR NAA< $795 ".. eonfeaao will be entend I IIKIIII.I Florid. on nr lu-fir.. the 1:Hh day 0' who "e.t, Ir who are
\ jfenced yard. well many extras 4 BEDROOM 2 bath new, lowdown (ARI.3NCF; O Tt'nM: April 1WII If ynn fall tn In anititrr a hnown, to or alive D\L
|108 Thornton A\c AM I 7.1659. Nicest section In nijht( .fonAiint l youl l : > Marth. 14! 11 4Iflltc \ leo Confpami will hi. ,taken MlLTlOV: 70J '.Z4'4' WTATB ROAD
---- payment. 10: CI.ARVNCr. O Tl UM,:It. 'I'IT 14 huT *r>:AI.I I ) auulii.t you fir Ii t'r'ilr f .1'limn, olett 0 114411)I ltlt ) fOUNTe1co
BETTER THAN:' NEW with 3 bed Titusville. Forest Hills. 267-3364 1959 FORD dump truck F600. "'lio.i' imldnnii I |I. Shelby l'UItTII4 K IIAKM-H: In the nomplulnla NAMES: I AIflhuESttESCaroi

I Phone 267.2845 noon weekdays Nirlh ('arollna Clerk if Circuit Court.. inolu-. .hllil be pubIIHh nure, ..0.1..b a minor
Florida 10 27 tcr rY
1 rooms, room x LUXURY LIVING new brick -- -- You nre hen by ,notified that a lip Beetle 11.11I"'puly a week for lour connruitve' > ...mki. Mittle M. "'orenbery.uudl.n .
rice and many extras. Just bath dmplalnt. for IMvorte, hat. .been Clerk In the Tlluavllln Htar' .
veneer 4 bedroom, 3 tile 63 frnrd Fairlane. 4 dr. 6 cylinder! -Ail\o and clean. filed, ngalnm vou tnt,I you nrc nqiilrel >. Mar 25 Apr. 1. II. 15 1\\,11 I I HN14 Done Stool Hn. 01Wesuntl
r, painted very In Whispering built in and dish. standard and ().d.>red In ( hpmlr .1 1. "
range: oven radio heater white walls ti uf AnPW.I ---------- ---
Lakes within : ::l-r.-uo.p: : I y your Tlluatlll*. Hoi"'Id. thin dm day. nr 311..1..1"1,1IIfD I
distance :
walking -
J' washer and disposal) intercom } !) transmission. $1550 or I 'h i ling In the Onmplnlnton i Man. 1)01Curtli) No. 1031 IOJJ
of shopping and school. central the nlnlntlffH ntt irnev. SA1.IYAKItKN I 0t ItT. llHtV' Null I..I..TI' .. \. It. no Miry TTamrock
with AM and FM.: radio 58 Ford wagon 9 passenger 3')5\) : 'h
\\ t Ik. llnrhor cltv 15)1,1evort ;, Illr: 1..1\1\: -0I11'1i. .
Owners transferred and willingto \ I Llnrk of the (Irrull Court Jilt Muthpwa, Rnal,
oil heat and airconditioncd, 57 :Mercury Turnpike Cruiser 3')5\) .. I-nil: lullli. l"lnrlelH. ,I flip t'"HI"\
lfO: an !Hv: V. D, ffpanKlrr 11.) ('. Vounf.uwn, OhioIfU
sacrifice for $1000 down and ___ ___
wood burning fireplace, wall to 56 Cadilldi\ 2 dr hardtop 3 assume monthly payments of wall carpet double! car garage i; 55 Ollsmohilc. hardtop, 88 135 the' offu, ,. of the Clerk of tin. I")In'nil MUM r: 111 4 HMllOn< William \\ nmlpnnAltornrv "
$86. See this one! Phone 267.3622. C 'nirt on or befon. the tilth Sty of IV HT:: Hptate; nf f"r Plaintiff 2US' Malhewa 1 1YounaaUmn
funy landscaped corner lot, \ V Chivy :14 t ton pickii| 135 April, IIHH |f you fall to do. no a J-'J"III.a.: :I OKKTItl(!\) ; I'ARTI'I.OW I P. fI, li<." 11T8f lo..1
George Uaney I Inc. 342 So. 27500. for appointment 267 Q\) Browning Auto Sales405ItopkinsAve.2671520 1>..i.rep Ira nnfpuo will he (token NMhltM: DicpppeilIII :an (nltlr. I-'InI<11\ Pltl? Nn 109. 1A92. in38FX.TION

Washington A\e. Titusville 1928. ignlnM. you fir, the nllef ilimnuleillu ALL I'1I; >40S"* IIAMVd Mir. 11. 1*. :M! Apr' I \\.1.1) mil[<< 7luttn- 4l>4 : KOAD
LEASE WITH! option or trade ESTATES \ n >:\i.. : 'mil, I ounrnrn: nt Tihmlll ,- hSTAThchilin : ; : -:" :!
BRENTWOOD LET US SELL your car or boat. \ .'. llre\nnl i ('uiinly. 101'1,111 I t II In \.11 amii ra'h ..r v"l'l'l r.. h.r'hy HUD"JII'T'nNI, l l.
Newly renovated. approx 1700sq 4 well planned models are now Browning Auto Sales, 405 Hopkins Jib .lay ur :it "','5. lx: <4CI nOIIlI,4 .n.1 .qulr..1 I I.. fitany IN TIII: ( I Sill I IT I Hi I HT) ISM" If. tl2 WAT1IIUU
ft. 3 bedroom I bath Country open. Orentwood Estates is mln Ave.. 2671520 'ltl-hS' It. hAtSFSInk : .nel tlemonhu 'hl'h y,,,,. or ( OK IIK.\: SPill 401 rlllHIlll ; ACCESS
home with one acre rich fertile :, (' if Circuit CourtllriMirl either of you. mavhiM: UK:ilnpt tali! IN 11I\'ltU\. Thai, :
utes from downtown) Titusville County. 'In..I,la rotate In Ihe nfflio of HonorihleVlrprll NO. cram, IIIVKIIINI .
land. Also tractor with implc- :MHICUHY 4 door r Nrt *, of IIW'.: W* of SW'i
59 Montclalr
West on Garden Street. F1IA hj V. II. Xpangliri II .inkling. County Judge nf ) DIMr: SAVINdt. StANK a uf KWand' Uowrnment Lot 4,
ments. Located rear U.S. No 1 VA, 234 bedroom homes, from hardtop power steering! and >eputy Hum: llrrvard 1 County. nt hi. office In the ,'orpura lion. anil that part nf the N'i of NW
and north county line. Contact Includes brakes. xcellent: condition. I (COIIIT 81.;A U) Courlhoupo In Titus, ill-, Morl.ln Ilalntlff '<. North of the South lisa of
$85 monthly
owner AM 73858. Price at $15' 267.7142 or NE 68385. Take up payments of $42.33 Sully Attorney Warren III law time within nf am the calendar firm publication 11I0: nttix, from of this the JOHN v' KAI.FI-'MAN on,1 nAlln- 27 the, and Dflenplna the W Clrant'* In H..cUon"I .

750 suitable terms. monthly Call 2677080 4X. iiirbor, CIty Ilnulevarillau nollce. Eat: h claim ir demand meet AHA D KAlrrMAN 84 All In : 23
: lillli... Florida be In writing anil. ronlnln tile plac-a O.r'nelnnl. Mouth I la run SB Ton .

3 BEDROOM: IE. in Titusville Real EstateLOTS 1955 NASh super 8. new brakes 2'I' SH__Apr.! 1Ve.l( ..:!)_ 111)4IN ) of real:'lenre and pool .,fflre a'I-Irepp ''rIft: or PI IT tying within till feel survey
Hi bath. utility room carporte master cylinder automatic of the rlalniant. and hlUHI t,Saworntt Toil STATS: ot rioiunv.. linv, of Hint used I U.9M)I. Hectlon
Tllr ('''I'IIn J| 5,5,5':". by the claimant hit n'f 'nt 0' ,itturn" 10: JOHN N. KAI rl. VIAVlienl hub' *>. an. Id .,irs"y line being tliu-!
is on lot 83 x 113: Small equity FOR SALE transmission $250. 2432 Rosrhill I 01 liT IS" .kslt I lilt ltItI,5 kill" I Y. or the 'Olll, chill h'comi. .tents I nkniwii' : rrlhril' aa fnllnwa: ',

take over monthly payments of Ave. Lakefront Estates. < 01 :Nil t | IIKIIMMl i-om.ie: .r F.TII.I.: ,UTIIIJl1I: : Mailing Aildripp, lii>Kln. un, the Mouth boundary of

$77 monthly. Located at 224 Bermuda LARGE LOT with 30 x 14 ft. build -- ---- I'AHTF.I.OW "itsitat: Poat office linK .11 action 14, Townalilp il Miuth.Hume : .
1963' 1958 OLDSMOBILE: CONVERT. In lie. F..I ale nfCK 1I..u.. llantlnneta l'in, ,.I,, tOrn JB taut: at a point 13017 feet
St. Phone267.6573.. Ing. Canal Ave.. Oak Hill C. E / ; 'II"'K: Cl. IIF.\J.F.V. Hv .' William 1(. PnrtelowVllllBtn YOU 'rilh: llrHMIV: ; MiTIFIKD;; I-aat from the Hmithweal corner

Bernard. lISLE, full power $425 267-6685. l 1.,1.. I \ K. Pnrlelow. a> that a Suit It.. b....n flip,I aa-alnx 'thereof. thence run North OO'i3"l1l'"
BY OWNER 3 bedroom with IH Gax 390 Mint r: 10 <'HI I IIIIOH1;: I':xeiutnr, nf sail I'ptnte: you In thn above cnune nt,I yoU ore \\pet lutlalt f,.el to the beginning;
baths built in utility. and large EDGEVVATCR HOUSE lot( 222 x : Wanted To Buy To oil iellt.ru, : of the Mute of Flrat luhlliailon" on --- required In file you utiawer with nf a curve tomave to the Westerlyan
('ICli.lI.: I I. HrADLrY: ; (lecemi.lme Mir' II I. I in. 50'I! (Wed ) 1JI)>4IN the Clerk of thla Court. and to ,I huvlni a radrua of 8497747
screened porch. 2673675. 330 on paved street 4250.: Park :_ : _
$ ---- hereby notified. an,1,I niiulml 1 to rveeen py thereof uiion th,' feel. Ill enneraeat.ngau it, curVa
Avenue Realty 103 E. Park Ave., USED AUTOMOBILES, City Auto tile any 'ni Imp" or ilimnnila which plaintiff or it altiirneya, Mahnnav thru a ilral: angle of 1'14 Kdtitancp
BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM 2 bath Edgewattr Florida Parts AM 7.3686.. they nay h aveuga nut the anilealatl Till < I ltd IT ('ttlItT Or' Tilt:. U.lInw., Chamhera Adama. llarnett .of ,eel to the ..00 nfturva
all electric central heat and air ------ -- In I the off I.'p nf the County Nl > I StIt Ute I 4,1 I Illl I IT Or. National. Honk flullillim Ja,'kponyIIle .- IJ4f run North 3'M'M'
77 X 143 lot $1200 down no qual T'IENTIO BUILDERS 6 lots. --' Julge: of llrevard t ounty. rlorlla. t'I.'II"I'll I SkIS rllK IIIt I.. J rlnrlla. not later tha. Wait SIKH 17. feel loth.. North
1962 PIANO WANTED: any condition, In tni (nirt H:nipe at 'rituavlllerlorlda \ \KII 401 NHI April. 27. 1MI If you fill ao to du. i a boundary of mIl Section 34 al a
if>ing. 267.6120.WIIISPERING is is, $2200 each. Shady Oaks call 2677931. within nix 161) calinlarnionlhn I'll V M r Ilk NII 17.MMNlirM Dome Pro Confeao will r. .nl..1 point an 12 toot halt: from tha Noi-lTl-

II bdivlsion, large storage wareS from I the date i.f I he firm !: 01115 IT agalnat you for the relief nVtnanrie.fnrvelnpi wedorepe Ihiri-i: thnnca
HILLS 3 bedroom hf and small house included Custom publication nf thin notice Cmhilnlm FrnritAi' VATKINAI. MORTIAI1H In tha l'unpieit Thl. molt I. t. Norlh I'.HSH Wvat *.20.onlnu.
se Wanted To Rent fl
1V4 baths double carport FlorIda Jp or d.mllncmll.1\ be In wrlllnitanil ( ) : ASSOcIA-rIPiN. a orporat a mortuHKP. The real prop the East: bounilnry H.. IS.
C; | owner 267.S9S3. $ ---- miHt ..t&ttthe .plate of n,'rnlc,1 I aaalimt In' To..n.hlp 2J South Range lon Rail.
room. by owner sacnfu<'ingVt i( WIDOW LADY would like ,) pom t offl..... ali I rene ,,,f th' an. Act of C soar.'.. pur uant to the 1,01:1:1.:: of I nil 4. <)Altr>KNr: )At.1C: at a poInt AMI lu Cent North frunitha
: room
equity 101 DoJcr: AM ..i31. ,v' LOT for multiple dwell- I (lalnmnt" and moat he aworn In hv ,I.r.1, National Mnrtitnga AIM.>clallnn MURIH\'II'ION. .oordtn" to the onrn..r of ...1" Km'lion
td g oi l close to Big Appit Plaza. 2fa7 the hi. (hnrler Ait having II. .prlnilpnl I'lal thereof o"lh.1
) \community( business. $200 ----- "lm'.nl.' agent or hl Attorney aa recorded In Plat 2N. North J'2(1JH W
BEDROOM, 2 MTH small down3,5 Also H'jianceovjiding 2280 I or It will biLome vol.I ai. offl,'e In tha (Ily if Waphlng Hoik: I II I. |'aan Ill isSue H..onrilt S\I5"tnu. .. the beilnnlni of.
( monthly. can 1'0rlInll to liwKf ton, ninlrl.l nf Culumhln, of llrrvard. i County FlorToii cnn mva to Ihit t;. haying .
equity and no qualiljint: Deep inquire, 2671481. 1961 ;NNfTII: VIIKADI.FTAdmlnliiralor Plaintiff, "' ". a nilliip, of rj, 13J.O..rly.f.l.
Well and drapes nice Kwn 27" Work Wanted of the Ketch. v.. Swift Ave. Indian River Iitfght-I\ iT H' >-ch and dry j just aM ff' of C'KCl: II LI I: II llh:ADUK.Y.daceapvil MATTIHW; m I'A UK tU aol.) lntirovpnii| tenowon,I hrn*..f t..r i*. .'v. ( he.1 wntral angle of .iL
2676599 J Ca.ric" 'ILWar shopping Deluxe 4 dr ------1:' WANDA J. lARKMt; hi. wifeUefen.lanta aid lanil and fHluri-m Bttarhtxlthorrto << Ill" In tho cud fr "un. thence rUDolh
... pallSchools BVIIAItOI---- -- -. ; ales I all (:",IP. iiram. ol.'lrlo.l liIi'a4'23" h:aat 11516.531' feet tatha
.. ... or 2G7.3735 .I) I. I l.nV.I.I. JitAttirney .. UTATK OF Fl.OIIIDAr water .aol other h atlni) caoklnrrfrliirtrnllna .. Norlh boundary of aalil HectlonM
TERMS AVAILABLE with agree. $ for AdmlnlntralorMI <): MATTHKYV: H, I'AKKrll and ;. ll.hlina. rlumMmayalnnip. .. I al a point 141'in feet Weit of the
merit for deed no qualifying immediate Mint I: lit t..ItIIIl I .IIINU: : drove Kireil WANDA J. I'AIIK.It.; hi. Ventiialing. Irrl..lln. .nd pown, Nartheapt ,,ester tkaraofContaining .
-- 11lit Ilk 01 IIHIIII' IIIIHrNOTIU P.O. llox KIN wife. ..ho... last known realilenoe niathtnia. apillaHCMi, flltur .. 21VUI tern. mart or leaa.
3 bedroom I
occupancy. .: tH. IIMltHY: l'i bath, built.in oven and range. IBM: TRAINEES needed. Call 1- Dealer"I that the ler.Unpcl CurlU It. 'Irat puhlUull.m, on Mar.'h. 18 All Eau Oalllp.. I.Iorl.... now.,. or may hereafter portal Triplet .
fully ducted heating system 267 lute..,.. clerk of tl>. Circuit Court 1H\ >4 1 ituirn hereby notlflel, that a lo or ha upml with la.nr nn lali BlIIJUT: 10: Mortgage racordailIn
319:.! after 6pm. 783 5575 01 llrrtard County, .Yioriii, will on Mar IH, 20Apr.I, H (CWo.I.1) 1JG4.! ault hn. been filed agalnat vou In prrmlnca. even Ihonih, they bo drTnnihvr Cl. H Ilk 71. pane 117: 1n favor
I he 151h thy of April 111.4. during 1k eahovsetn. milled\ Cnielan,1 that 1.'h..1, sr the Icwl hour of mlr. at Ihn main IN 'Illl I,; < I Iii I IIC IH Kf 4I..t. TllrMMII : you are required to rile your anawernr wllh Ilia fullowlnif Itnmof C R. ortonhvrry, J,
2 BR. Home.Corm'r lot 100x115 Services ilnir nf tli. Court HOUM a f IIr.v.rtl .IIIIIIIVI. I I IKI 11'1'. I IXMI other reapnnalva pleading with rrupnrtv whlih) are 'InrairU In and Var teslerr: 7.: Inillvldually; ,
Indian River City. $9850. Shownby (ounty In th. City of 'Illupvlllo .' HH' IIKrttltll IIMNTtrl lbs Clerk nt phI Court aol,I I corey, pi>rm.n.nlly Inatallrd .. a part o' i Ini, bu.h., '.. .. Kortenberry t. t

appointment only. W. J. 'Sl 14 Florida, offir for solo and iou it 011111 % a onpy thereof niion the lalnllff orllnlntlffa the Improvmnonta on all, l.n.lMOiroiM ', prlaea. anl, Carol Ann Forlen ,
FINISH: CARPENTER: WORK ,public. outury to ISo lilithrat .ami hibllder -.t I nM r.Ht !XI tllllMIMUM ) Attorney. whom. namean ': HI-Til; : III'II.TIN a mlniir. Wit tie ,11 ',,
Smith Realtor 2001 So. Washington for cn.h tSp dlinwlnv ilrptrlliml r. 01 M IT :I a..II,Irepa IP ('n,:f ton. /llrewer. ft OVr:N MOPH: IDIUIWMrltlAL Clunnllan I of laid I C-.Xl: nnlj :
Tele. 2673511. book cases, built to order. 0 .D. properly pltuue( l In UreMril MYRON: IIIAIK. Holland lOll Palm Avenue. Tltuavlllr i 30"7IIOTI'OINT enbrrry a minor :

------------- Abbott 2672fi99 evenings C "untv. hiurliln I: lo.wit: Plain 11ff I .rlorlla not later than A-rll Him No. I'll' I. l >9.. t.3RlHlr
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS small 1959 Hi'din Ht the Hi>ulhKn.t rornir nftbn ,... 2:1.: PM4 If you fall to do ao, a .- rrrnic: : ni'rt! .TIN C!*' WAY
PAINTING by dependable semI. M4' of the Nhl\ nf itactlnna KTTA M. !!EO3V et at crop irs Confeiao will he enlere,I Iagulnpt HANOI! TOT MODkU: I I ACCESS
equity and no qualifying. Deep Tuwnphip 21 South Hnrn J5I IXfendanti you for. Ihe relief. demanilel, liilltOWar(' $..FrBA: I. KM* That part of,Jnu
well and drapes, nice lawn. 270 retired native terms and refer 500 V8 I'ut I !: thane'. go Writ 1A Coot STATE' : OF FIORtDA In tha complaint Thla pull la to fore HltYANT (PNTHAl lUATLVO

Swift Ave.. Indian River Heights, enees if desired. Write P. O Box Hlnnw th. south lino of the Nh' TO: SI its. ITIA M. IIAN. single. time a mortgage, The real property HAH ,.111.:0: Mnn.;i. mm.u'KW lot 1.n,1, 133 In SectIon 30,
291 Titusville $ if th. NIoC> ial.l mutton In MKH 01.IVK NKIsmN; : ,ingle.ITTA proieeiled.. agnlnat I. ..tau AI. IH MM: .HIWITNKMHl : Hiulh' Kania J5h
2676599. Ihe paint of rji-Klnnlnir "' "'. ; WII.>4IJN and C HAK I.ol 4. III.), k nil. Hi"i'Him. C.I. : my hand and ChI ted of :. according to tla: put of
properly to l h* dcmrlbcd In thin 1.m W. Vlti4tN wife andhuabanil MOW: ClAlir>KNH: hi'111)1 VIS.- Ihla Court ai, TlluPvlllv HorUU. this liiuavllle bruit anil liens LundaCompany
GARDENDALC; OWNER transfer. FREE BOTTLE gas Installation. Inptrumrnt, : thrnre Mr the tint I-I:I.I.A I (I If AllAM ION, scene ding to plat thereof a.recorlel 31: ilav nf Marih A D lull' Sulillvlilon, aa reoordK -
red. 2 bedroom 2 bath, aircon- No gas deposit required Phone ----.- caurp. ,rontlntiV'e l nlong I lhHouth and l KIUrHI! : URAMAMwlfn I In Plat Book II:t, Pagemi ItllUUT SEA. : 1.1 I ILI In flat t utah J, pat io ofI
ditioned 267-3076 or 2b7.1'JSJ' Titusville line of the Nr,1! i>( Iho .n,1 I himbanl.. MAY ublln Kemrd of llrevard. 'HIM' n rtvitvrn' n...-uHv I hit I'ul,lli KvLurli, of llrtvaritloimly
2 car_garage_ 2677273. Mr:>, nf mid pTOtlnn a cll lpnciiof 1I1'I.I.t I : SCOTt and. IIKiltllFH : : (oPnlv, l'trila.wirMEmlil Ilirtln, Hull, Dxpnly lirk 'lnldll. .
Gas Co.I'IlCOIE. 1961 11' toot to 11 point; I then.', (' Apr. I I. N. m Well: 19431.! | lylii within ISIS Cent of the purvey
FOUR ROOM HOUSE with 2 bedrooms Y far I the s". nnil' 1 "'""rue go North I1IAIH and r;KT pill:I Court at Tlluavllle. Ilievard. line nf stale Haul 9 11.Hit). Hectlod7H93II.
267.2470. :' : TAX: AND bookkeeping I imnilld/ (0 the taut: line nf paid HUt III.AMI. huph.nl and County, rlorlili, Ihla Jt.) iluy of -- ----- -- ----. saul nurvtiy line being tins! >
service. II. Burgess: and Auoe- 700 Auto .....II:>n II ,tiot,.nci' if" 8ii tot to wife: ALII'K IKIITINK and March, 1IW4 irlked ai fullowa,I : llffln' on tbaHnuth
('runs n nAnvps I' rn ): S mi Ilr ( sit. HI tit. Tilt :
: Hectlon JO
1."lnl.I thrnrv ti,. third .'uur.c gutant LEVI!: Ri'ITlNkvife.nd hum' boun lary of ,
QUICK CASH for your house eq. lite Office 217.3751.(; 1425 South $ ; pinllrl, In the louth linn band; NARY TKAVVrOKII. r lerk of the C Ircult ('ourt. :MMII .11 Illl I SI. 1IIIIIIr I I INtMI Tnwmhlp 1 Sooth, Range JJ Paat.nt .

Ulty 2673262. Magnolia at th., NP'', of Iho N. '. tit mid Ingle, ilUMFK (CHAW Hrevard (County Horl.liiIly rOK IIHI-.> tlll tUI ::0.1'\ a moult I4>UU) feet XVaat from
.cakiii a dlHlanee! t uf lull') feet to M>Kli and KDNA; CKAVK : SterIle Hilldeputy : S 511(115.1 Ika Amtkeait turner thereof. run
BRICK, BLOCK and cement work. a paint thrnw for thu fourthrnuriK >ltl>. hiirhand, an I wlfit: Ilerkrmt f" 551 I-.KV X). I1IMIMITH thimt North 1-3'22"' Emit 128116
estimates. Construction go Houth psrallH 1 to I the (ll.ADYr) THAWFOKD" alngleHOWAMH ttT rT):AI I,) f Itr K11TJOKKI feet ta tea *nd survey Una
Yerger :
fapt: tine of ..01,1Inn, a dip' HI'I>K and IIK.KUlTHr !: Var 29. Apr 1. I. 15 (Wed I I toU< '|| 1. MAMMATAKO. JOIff Vll thence fir lha purnnea. : continue
NICE 3 BEDROOM AM: 75728. 1961 tnn r of Ml feet to th. point of : Kt'DF:. huphand and, -;NIINI Jl(.. JAaO:1: E.; MtHlKI-1, Nnrtn MI-U2J o.ttr"O: .,7
beginning, I I"u..u.nl wife. HARRY III'OF: and r:LVIHA ---- UtANilrt: Inillvliluallyanil ) fact In I Iho .North boundary o suit
COOK'S WELL DRILLING Servo to thi Final. D" ro.. ofore. HI ifK. huphand and rnr IHII *IHr.: ALA.MH1A ('OIII1JH. Hectkm SO. at a punt 147i. '.. Wait
IN < IT 'I""rli
HOMES Bel l .' ,'I..urn cntprvrl In fflllt'r. ATION, a florid, cnrpnmthnllalittlffa. fron II,. Norlnol corner tkornof.
ice licensed. insured, work guaranteed Air necee pcml Wife; hAZEL KKNNKOTTanil : ,
41 Sill I Ml I I. I HI'I I I r III' I OK III V. '
In .I Court, thn ( 4 477 a.'rea. moraj or I....
2S73245 Inc ml Mvla of John P. (iirrnran Jr.. TrunlcnIlnlntirt .) hupliand: WAITMtHI V.. () lY. JOKEI'l X YA8IC-:
& Hour From Cape $ M" ( 15154 r NYlr H. rrninc l. JANIKKanil ails and YAWtCKOIHJbcJ
vi Marvin Orlmo. anil Arrl OR; and MADOK IH'I Itl.hiiNhaml .:. (' Ml, *1V THANK l"I.1.AK. Jl.IA
INCOME TAX returns accounting '
: -- JANIFV, hli wife and reoorileil
SIntietm'o.. hli wlfp .D.finlantn and wife.; I l.t'I.1I I : OF MMIIOIHNB; ANDTIII'HT MtHTtAOt1 -
CUSTOM REALTY and system service CF Assoc --- aol,I the dorkrt numbor, of sMITH coil WAYNE 'KM IT II. all pnra ma tlnlnilnpr, any wltitarltchl In O H 173.4a
iates 2670271. whl.'h l It 37713.wtrNsss wife sod hudband; NAOMI (COMPANY a banking Inalltullon tlila, or interest. l ,In. nr linn favor at LEON Atlfc.N awlwife i

my hanil ."el the offlu AMI'NIixnN and III)AI:LAMUNOMON Plaintiff upnn the real priinerty h.rl 11.. HAfiltA ALLEN: ; AND.
CORNER LEE ROAD 1960 mel I iou| nf paid ('ourl. thla *Uh tUynf wife and hu.- .. pirllixl or any imrt Ih"' AOIIK.kVlp.Nr: roil DEED n>-
& HWY 1792 INCOME: TAX returns prepared March, iwil hanl ; vpltNm'mN: HOI'OAH and 1' ix-frn lanla. corded In O.R. Hook "". page M4la
HoWARD F FttlFH cole heir anildevliw
Phone 267-3183. $3.DO) and up. (Court Soul ll IIAIIIIAHA tOl'iAs! hupttanlan under thai will of (lla.lya Tit STATE Of nOIIA. To: five af THOMAM' HAMItOCKaanl
WINTER PARK St. Wag. ps. ('INnS!! l<. "A II S'F.1t wife ..ItANf'IM HOI'OAM .:Ih.r Cook Fran). deieaaed. anilIfiiWAKH ''' ''. clalc>l> valuta. wire MARC tIAMKUCKTAKM ._.
ROOFING, PAlmING, additiors, ('I.FttK riKI'I'IT <' )l'FIT aol AHIKNH: IIOIOAM. h.l.- ,.. l-llirli: : aa .necutnrnf rlKht till, or InliriPl In. nr linn NOTICB that a Declaration .
Phone 6410021AWNINGS and general repairs All work BY: V. M' MI'Anllll'r l hand and wife: 5'llll.I.lil I I line eptate of Ulailya 1lk: ,', look upon lha raal prnprrty herein. lira of Taking bee been flleil in
$ irlnrl. nr ace part tlmrxnf, the okao.eowyi.nu eauaa by tha I'etlllanera .
Deputy Clerk HAK Of) and OAIIRIKL! HAK ,
Frana. ilereaaed. and JII. I.II K
free licensed
guaranteed, estimates Hobha. ilr la I'art.* VVhlghamAltnrnivn (Its. wife and huinand; I.AIKA '- VItA 55 U ;VtN'AN'r.' (inH'TINOH, SIn arqvlrlnaj authority of
and bonded '2i57.3411PMXTINC for Plaintiff CAI.KINM' ulngln riefendnnU.. Altl lJof.lr: VlirU'llD theaa ,priMiemllnci.. of the taking oft
oils Maillonn Street. Tou and each of you are horotynttlfimI Mint i: ill' 5 i ir I that a "ro".ln uh.t till hai h.. above.ill'icrtkcil, lamia. for the
: expert reliable and Tampa, 2. H.irltiiApr that a mutt haa been filedgalaat TUB: STATE OF FLORIDA teen th. i-i 1"111, Court .. net forth In the etltlon In
satisfying work:. Estimates gladly 1955 1 nv,1 I I isiliv ; you la the ahove enlltiiclue. Tl: Howard F Ether: for ilrnvaril 5 County .' : ,i,.lnR 111. .u. tt A. right of way fora
.. and that you are noosuirml. C" First Htreet. Hoe 13Cnnneaul : all per.onucioiotinpoamyrola.riht ia e lload
AM 7- 776. file your snnwer or other reopottoivi- Lake Penn.ylvanla title or Intvrwt In, nr lien 11'Ml."lirevar County,
Joto.dlnge with the ('leek ..I this upi:n. tha following dmirlbiul rvalproperty ana tha Honorable .O"Idl
TO Howard F :Iher
4 Dr. V8 : r aa Kneriilorof
SINGER SEWING Machine Co. TMIIK; ) i ir f.lIlI'r. n.' TIII-:. ('ourl mail t serene /I .o..y. ihoreof the Estate: nf Gladys r;Iber aliuata In l.v..t (auaiyHorlila Akrlil*:., one of tha Judiea
For Home or Trailers Cabanas sale and service Pinking shears )MMII' .itnuiu. iiKiiir ui- upon the Plaintiff or Plaintiff Ai- ("ook Seine. ,ileceaw.lFlrnt to wit CHrevIt Cimrt erf tba Ninth Judicial!
$ S .1.ItKII'I' 5 M)> bilK II Itr.ui ;. i'rneyn. whoo,' 0054i' .ni. ...'Ir.... I. Nlr...... Hull I IJnneaut : Tha North ona-half nf t ihp ttiulh: tr, ult .f florida. will on the 341k'
Utility '
Carports etc. sharpened Phone AM 7- v \ ( C Itl"> rtIN (CHOFTOV IlllrVVrlt: : HOL. C.. Lake Pennaylvanla' .east >. of the Muulhram 1 W, loom Hay. fl March' AD 1M4, at 4 clock
Screened and Florida Rooms. 2244 I HtM t Ht "U. tlHrl" lAND Vitf", I'aim Avenue. niupvlll.. Tou are hereby notlll".1. that the Roil all l fret Ikimnf. for ) M.. In tha llranch Courthouaa al
--- still K ri.. "t. t.Ml H.irl.U. not liter than April :37IMH a, ll ighi-of.Wiy for H nth "t'lei'ilTSNeIrII Ka*aen; Vhnrlda., oonalder aaKttJevlaratlaa
Cult hat been filed
LOIS NI'I.IU, I : V IJ r;LrV: agarnat you anilJopepp t>rlva. an''I of Taking. appoint
No Money Down! If you fall li> An ao. a I IX'ire* Frame In th eabo.ea titleS apprklpert. -.
Plaintiff if I'. 5.iuvernmrnt a.d make much
I'ro Confeppij will be entered axilnptyou ,, l tbat nn".h.1 ord. aalha
UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAY! 1950 \'II.IIArcRY'. for the relief nVmanded. In 'the aae.ion; In file urane Pouar. hereby with the ccqtllred ( N. 4. nil In, C'oul ilernw rrop..,. Al part..
yi war
FARI': W08FLFV (omplalnt TI,). Pull la for the par Cltrk of thla Cenrl. and ta aerve a Section' 2]. Tnwnphlp. Jii I MiuthManain te the cult antI, .1 .... Int.r..le
Drfenlunl. titi unofres I estate ,Imaled In lire 87 taut linvnrl < unlywith : may appear a ad be .., .1
thereof the
N. Brevard Awning 105 4-Dr.-Looks & TO: HAIIRV FAIll MOBI-I:I.tV: yard County lorlda. more partliularly copy plaintiff. attorney upon whoaa plaintiff name an or,I ..rd.. ole* aa4 ptoim ilmlfnalad.
ktMIJJ.NL': ) ; : NKNOWV "",'rlb..11 ap fullowa: addrepa: lIu..h *. Nurirr, Hank you. are h"'h", re'o'nilel in file Vou. and each at you are kinkyeontmaaited
Sales $$125 NOTiCE l III IIFRFMY: OIVKV: Lot MI. l III/l fn Keetlaa. m>teen or MnItntrne & TresS 'tmpany tha Clerk I nf 'oi.i I <'"url your te a.pear, by fllln. aa
wrIUan per.aail, *r Anewor la the rvtltlon heretofor
that a ComnlKlni for Dlvorn haa lit i. Tnwnahlri Tw..nlv.t.1: frawer f. Melkanorne. norlda ppnaranri
267.6333 or 267 2779 ACRES bees flied ..IMI you fcr tha Plaintiff -:= \ In the above alylnd Court. ana an ((371 Emit. containing :tIJ l lair on Ir 0.. Ike 27th day of ..' on or nefnra Apri a. !a)4. to
I If yoU fall to do an. ilerrea pro April .n,1,I to COIn *waw what right, Inlareat
that y snare hereby require to 'a. more or I leaaWITNKHM lU4. Ih."r tll. or
3600 feet Hwy. 46 I .erve a copy. nf your AMMWr: orpleaillnicil my han I and seal of ronf.aao will .be entered agalnat you Mrvli. the 011., i-l atiA lie I. you or as. you h.v. I.
on VMULIAMX. A. ClrlLKir : ,- paid Court at Tltuavllle) Hrevaril low the relief demanded In the complaint file with maid .. v..ur wrisl.ttdefenmen. and I. the abova-daacrlbeil. lanaa
FOR SALE! frontage Approx50 I>' O. lint \". 54-nihouene, ("ounty, Fiorina. thla' 2.1 day nfMarrh If ..,. lo Ilii. Cmnplilat at and. a .. ..". why the maine
acres bearing Florida i Attorney! for Plaintiff, ami '9A4.ICOUItT The nature of said, etiM being forFnrerloaure lbs tlmaa pra.< br law theretO shoalS not ba taken for lbs macs andpurawaaa
grove I file the original ANHWrK: In the ( KbAU of Mortgage encumber. intllnaup lha ..,.1.. riIU. tito ardMcrlnnil forth In the Patltlaa)
3LOTS160'x105'on houses and barn. Almost Offli-e of the Clerk: of the Circuit rl'RTIM K RARVFftf Ins She following depirlhed properly. intermIt In. Iten Ipon. '' above mind .I-.t
situated in Itrevar.l County, .
Florida .
", vnaHitrnln WlT7dEaoi4
Court Tttupvllle .var County property rajf Stand and the (Tealof
unbelievable lerk of the Circuit Court
St. Johns St. financing to Florida on or before the 18th day Hrevaril. cnor"'. t.- responsible party. Price of April |1004. If you fall lo do p.. Ily Startle MallDeputy .nt n Rlcharda Buhfllvlalon. aaWITvVflfl anlrrpil von kv 1"AII, March A.l IS 4. o
250' \V of Hopkins Ave. i lit,'rei> I'ro r will be takes rierk earling 10 Ike .plul t".er" as re'eorlo't WITNESS: m. hanl: I. awalof I CURTIS( H. DAKNE8
$150,000 9 years on bal- agalnut you for the r.llf dnmandad Mar. 21 < : In l'l.t Jln"k 11. Page 18. said Court at Tit,...IC 'ol CLUIK: OF TUB CIRCUIT"COIJIT
Apr 1 Wad fWI
I. <
> r..bltn Records .r IIrn.rd thIs 2lr,1: if V. l' l
INDUSTRIAL ance after down In the ComplaintWITNrMA, County day r I. I'.a. IM AND FOB
ZONED: paymenthas Trade In : my hand and official '1 (('Ol.l. MkAUft"RTI HRkVAIlO) COUNTY,

been negotiated. 6/J. neal at Tltuavllla Horlila. thla 101. my hand .n.' the aeal n. HAUV ;* n.IIP .
WAREHOUSING 730 South day "f Marrh IM If you have rental of meld. Court at Tltu vllla, lorlda. Clerk of inn ('.ult O'urt 1 Hell
Cl'IlTtIC n fiAiiNraClerk Ihla 9.1: day of March 1004
BUSINESSJack nV: llrrtlo 1111Iwpuly D. Clerk
W. J. Smith Realtor AM Clnult: Court (COtRT MPAI. Clerk ,
'Central By Bernie Hall housing list it in ('MT1M It IIARNFMlerk Roman A. AmarlAttnitiry JA"J..Jt l
J. Roi.n 220-71 St. 2001 S. Washington Ph. 267-0153 Deputy Clerk <' of the circuit Court for I'lalnllffi RD8N

Miami Bitch UNO272, TndrngMt 'irornT BFAU BY: V. 0. KpanglerDeputy P. O Stow MlToco Yalta rtarfcUOf
Titusville. Fla 2fI 1, I IW'1) VtM! Clerk. Ctiuneel l
M f ar. IS Apr. The Star-Advocate! Florida or ta.
Mar: :_n. Apr 1, I. 15 (Wad) 1M4 Mar 25. :::1. 5. It iWnl. ) 1944 1 Mar. U. 11.2 Ap 1 P.Clon.. 19.



V A PAYMENT / $15,000 TO $19.000

v eaullfut

A Community Of f Fine Homes I In Titusville $4750 to $6430 Homes restricted toFHA ISOO q. ft. minimum.


PAYMENT Only 2 Miles Wes of US 1 O Garde St. COWART & CARTER, INC.

3200 Garden SL, TitusvflkPhone:2673222




Wednesday, April 1, 1
P+9. I-B TlfusvllU(Florida)Star Aofhoppii dveeate :i ia

wonderland iflg pJea u I I

,t.>jMARKETS t
"F & P SALE" ; ::. ,': '. a CElE8RA110Nwe

F&P Sliced or Halved Yellow-Cling *:;-...... .M. .' ':..::"...... M--: : ':" ""':;:
'- '
Kraft'i Famaui : :
Peaches 4 z $ 1
Marshmallows '
ta n! VJI 29c 1'
FbPBartlettHolretlimit31' ) Kroft' Minl.

Pears 2 39C Marshmallows. .101/s:;os.rr2t 25c l
Srrlatmann'i( Fr..h-Pock ,
can A
F&P Delicious Fruit Club Crackers K37c' 5' (EXTR PREEE A o5 mu
Cocktail #303 Nal Duet>lico Cook. Sandwich'es' ::,:: Green Stamps
5 ..
cans $1 Br..Uut.CI"b Frnh-Wh.pptd. 1$. ''9(f. CRISP I*Alt MelNTOSH OUMH < APPIES.dun.*< I

FbPWholeUnpeeledAitprcots White Bread 2'sMU' 1 i.rb; A9I i9is41h
4 : 2 1 Boy-or-Det (with meal) i ica
:: $1 CSh.p qha Dinner pkg...e. 39'"
o ffoicn
F&P Cream Style Golden proffiffc lu nc< o

,n 8 #303 $1.Tom'to's6 Crisp McIntosh 3 49ci
FGP e cans i P 8IK( JlppiSS o bag
Foney Pock DIXIE I Plus 50 extra free JM! Green Stomps with coupon)

#303 N'is. Sweet-As-Honey
cans Efl IflIS lb. 10c
FGP Sweet Green Garden SUGAR .

#303 Crisp Florida Pascallelery t
cans stalk 9
,..d.. CuI G.... $.1&. A9 .

Beans 7 #303 $T| pkg. c: U.S. No. \ AII-Purpose

com H Ilmit: 1 percustomer with PO'I'I'OS 1 49c
purchased ""
PRICES. of i5 or more '
EFFECTIVE pIj811x,; "'
APRIL 2, 3, 4, 1964
Borden't Assorted (Limit 2))

L1'LGER'S Ice Milk . half Jftt !PUBIIX; w- ""

Orange, Grape, Fla.-Punch, Pineapple-Orange" SWIFTS PRMIUMI

COFFEE -, rInus 3 46-oz.cans: $l

Chicken of the Sea Prime Fillet

I I an 59 e Chunk Turn, 46%- z.$1coni BEES

#,, Lykes Flavorful and Hearty

I Ilmll purchases S per o155 customs or more with PU9lIX; Ch i n. $h Beans *Can 300 79c Fla.Grade 'A' lb.

Limit 6 Please, Evaporated
Pet Milk tall 39tSTEWING iIPU9l X s ;
: J cons ;

e tl"hoy specials e ,, ,. Cut Up ,
Elsie Bannat Flavarful n r. Whole 25 I IPiII.bur1
Margarine... ... ... lib. 27- or Lb. t
Snowflake Rolls. 2 j:::; 45 I
Wiicamin Ch. Bar Sliced PORK
Swiss Cheese ... ....... k' 33
Kraft's Cheddar Crackar Fend Cheese Kit 3 ''ft;. x lwincludat w : ( F reSwi 11 PkniCS lb.> 29C* j\

( Mellow, Sharp and I.fra-Sharpl;
frozen foodsMlnuta .
M.U DakclouiOrange Pork Roast (Boston Butt) 39C

Delight ... 5 ?an", 89 '
SaulhknFroe.a WkolStrawberries F ,
....". 3 15$1:. t'o'e teaks Ib> 49'
Hall.way Houi. Quick Froia /
Swiss Steak .I2P;;",.. 89
Farm Hauia ,Apple, heck or Chtrry j Pk 5 Ribs 45c
Fruit Pies ......... 3 %,.:.-".. MDaarfialJ 1 pare
Quick Froian;
Fordhook Limas ...... =bee'''b. 59 Ireakfast Club TastySliced lb.39c
4-Fi hofma* TaifyFrozen I-Ib. 4ftt Pork Sides .
.Scallops ...... ,ft49 k a pkg.
Mn. Poul'i Family" PackFishCakes With Pork, Van Holten's
.. ''t0.; '. 69 28ox.pkg. Fresh P'k Hams Ib.49cMORTONiS.
"""' 39t
Smgtalan'i Quick Fraia:;;; .::; Sauerkraut .
BreadedShrlmp ; 49
pkl. Copeland Chunk StyleD BBLJC*
Braunsthweiger p" 39t Potrk Hocks. lb.
"Mix or Match Sale" Ib.

5 &; 1 Tarnow's Delicious ,

: '12or.pkg. PUOL1X 528 PARK .
IOO O.I ll.NoIOO D Sliced Bologna. 39t '

J" Green Stamps Flavorful Fresh ;MARK td Ts AVE.
((4 4i/( MM.and M>d>aw atMICRIN <
ORAL ANTISEPTIC \ a Tarnow Wieners 3 }:&: $1 TITUSVILLE,

Ibai M-oi._ .....bot."....98c 4. leu) FLORIDAJfff I ILdmmoooo

i ooooOOQ 50' O.I: :lo"mso: 50'VuV T.rE"mso. 50' EXTRA PREE UVU VO 50'jnQrEXTR FREE I ATQOT SOI

i"OO FREE: OIOO : J;l Green Stamps Jw{ Green. J" Green e4ew Stamps'
Oreen Stamps .e
J" I < vir* 4k MMH.Swiff i I vlili 41*4MM* Green Stamps- 4 "w I ':;4 ..... 'tad.' h CNEfS DELIGHT CHEESE SPREAD gj "'s Premium Sliced; Chtcktn h.' gj Swifts"" 6-01. pkg. 69c '

( SUAVE, ....A HAIR Tint., N'.-r PRAYNixrnal <..M..I. ) .?.2-lb.'*.. ....loaf. ""'H 69c.. > ) E1 ((5..6-01.,... '.1.pkg.A".il 69c.. SM4)) vB S1J9 11001 12_-os......pkg.ANd. L 59c 1K41 oS S. I 1 O 0.5.0000000000000.'- ..... ANTI a IOMIJo oS
13-01.<1arw' can{.>., 99c +1aN1 to* IWLK1 A A A 00000000000 moB ''JVV vvv v vvv vuuuv v 0000 0 0 000000000
)0 0 n AMIoI ai i n. ..
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Acquires $Advocate

The Vole of 25,000 North Breyard County Realdeots

Mazie's ServiceAn Section C TITUSVILLE FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY:--APRIL I I. 1 1964 -Po-8; 1-C-:
-- -
I -
of Florida, Inc ,
303 S Washington, Titusville,
hits announced the, acquisition of Auction Features MeetingThe I I r f t,

Mazie's Answering Service, Titusvillc -
Medical Center.
To give Tltusvlllc businessmen T.tusvillf; Coin Club helda ,. 'it ic n'tis, ;ime.nl >* .r> ..I Cocoa Club, surprised! the) t Ir' p run -itlin,: ,Ii,, I 11 1.4 <''I i tier
joint meeting with the Cocoa door :, ,I .lIid riilit hi unit .i. 1''m' -40
a bitter, and morr complete an er ) the women I'> th r "'>t> with another price
Tom Club on March 23 at thi whosen ,fervid' nll'kll1111'I m< h'''Iwas I
service, Vivun Thoma- the
iwcring Illl c IIID drawing i person "
IRC Civic Center. not won but way. (limit",I tn
ten merged/ her business with Lau Tom Foley president at : ibci was drawn could name
that of the larger company She Visitors from the Hubs in Or the rlub and was au'Ia.I;' I fill>
Undo Merritt Island. CocoaItcach for in L SOAt .
will continue to her
serve ac 5i
counts lit t the new locution and Melbourne helped z y"P -1 11 the conclusion 01 l ,ll. ,I U'
MiSt Thomasen, known local make up the 80 in attendance it .... : lion a cession of l buying, u'.iilmx
the. meeting! presided ''IV''" and!
IT: ,
felling of coins was earn< !
ly ai Mazie, says: "If you can't ,. I.
beat 'em Join 'cm I've always harry Johnson, president ,ua the I on between the mem)h"r< 1 4fA
heard thai expression, and Tit un Ille club. ', i The mooting! was hulled I, as .1 i
now I know what it means But The drawing for the three> door 'IoU success and other. joint
seriously I I'm sure this move prizes was held at the openingof 1 navhngs" will be enjoyivl. \ The
will bt beat for everybody the meeting The firm a I me'ml'<'rs express their .ipprt"i'\ Titusville Isn t big enough to 19 4.63 Worlds Fair tironz J I IJ (Inn. (fm., the police proltilion oil
support two answering services Medal, was won by Jcfl Goldsmith Ij for.lcd
and give the kind of service we a junior member '>n the
want our customers to have My F Cocoa, Club; the second .. Bonn j Car: Wash: Set
business seemed to be growing Kennedy Silver Memorial 7
but I found I was faced with Medal went to Gladys Bornt of i ; ua The' 1'irkwny Jr Hah Hi.", x w i a
management problems I hadn't Titusville; with the third, $3 Society is sponsoring J r.ir I .\ i n i ito
expected This way I will havean worth of coins or supplies from lye held Saturday April >1',1' >' v
opportunity to continue in the Em's Com Counter wa Non by (.uy nnytl's (Gulf Station, 41.1! S -.,.Irilil -, 1 ---- ---

business I have learned to love, Richard Jacobson, a visitor from s. Wjshinfjon (CIFUin 1 ( mU.AKI'fts: ;) ; UnfoD, : pmu'ip.ti! i, the, (' wl, I h,, akers 1t1"+ ..
and perform the duties that I Titusville, The rest 1 wall be $1 I 00 per (.Ir This ,111 blast i'in'mt tm':iKe'tvill\, nerve deuce Hnwt\! \\ ith use i unit '
know best; and let someone else LeRoy Hayes (hen started the the new :21.1000 kilow.tti ie-nerati i' now electric arc is broken bs a I (remain. i
worry about finances, taxes, re coin auction, with anyone' di. a Tides being aSb n'blt, ,d I al the Orlando Utilities' blast of air from compressed air cyhmt, ,
ports and management sys siring participating in the selling 'r ::: High Low Indian Hi\er Plant another phase of the delivering -41)0 pounds per square lore
(emsr" or buying of com, (COin c in i cut OU}' pi IIII'.lm i:i to. d ruble the unuuitinij This is the latent development in h '
W. D. Molitor, vice presidentof albums, individual coin, proof I :r: Thursday, April 2 & ; Coipal'lt\ .nt. tl.. ,,n i this summer voltage) : circuit breakers accordim' t ttis Ii., r'< ,
Answerphone, says that although sets and many different, roll ornickles -'' I II I :.0.. II'' 111111 1 111' ''I meet the I.I.WI'; i ,I u, / Titusville Is still small dime", pennies, <'te : pill H I II I !J"" (. 'lanclei iri Tht", hi Pi!kt'I'S, basIcally dent (dairy! Luff right); manaut: i "I i i- ""
It holds a promise of growth that were Included m the, item suctioned -- Friday April 3 ritetv !L,t."II't": ui 'nlltUl'| ,dein 1 interrupt trw' Opeiatie and) Louis E Stuns.
justifies their belief that the LeRoy Htyts Coin i Auctlonoor I: A ni, 6 4S i n.. peiw' "M, 'rantmiInn:; in the, t. ,->'n\ ""I>l an "'\'- lot >f the 'fe'ne'rauon; Division ? w II
city will support a full-scale an This was followed by a break (0! plt, 'tl, p m fen. :n ,JI i ,noii circui) and .neitmilai' in relative 1 ii<: (of I ne nufe breaker,
wiring service within a year or I
two In the meantime they will
servo their customers, and bring REFRIGERATOR
Hew services to the area *s (fast / rN
lie says there is a good chance
that they will be able' tq install\
<,no-way radio.paging by the WN I
end of the summer This is a
service that sounds like a Dick
Tracy comic strip. The customr
carries in his pocket a re V
ceivcr about the size of M puck air r ,.... atvA ri'aw?_ '"+ I Ix

if cigarettes service has When an the important answering I ; SAVE 3 WAYS ON THESE 3 aril '!fora AUTOMATIC WASHERS

call\ for him, they dial a pt'clall|
code number, which sets off a i t ,Lf I l,, 14.18 Cu.H. (na) SAVE WITH TOP QUALITY SAVE WITH LOW PRICE SAVE ON LOW TERMS
buzzing in his pocket. He calls j i ., Total capacity
his office, and gets his messages'

promptly I' $ ,, 2 CYCLE 2 HOSE
Other advanced services suchas .
,,,,, Tm. sire z.rhold.
telemetry circuits to provide! I811bsr of ro.dat
off-hour observation of temperature ,.. ., : : ., DELUXE FULLY AUTOMATIC WASHER '
gauges;! on furnaces and ,
freezers, and checking danger '
levels( in standpipes, or performing MONEY
functions!) for burglar alarms, L $'r; :. pMA
fire alarms, sprinkler alarms, ; DOWN'

etc Molitor. arc said also being considered, :' y. WACIAti # Iuo 2.25 NEEDED: l I Igyp

4-H Exhibit N 4 tlI r :" N" 't t. ,:' weekly

1 he 411 Area Exhibit anti Tal '\ ,''f' :, .: .2 cycle program allow you pre. 0 New improved clothes: guard
"k : for desired wash water prevents umall items from flouting
i selection (
wit Show will be held ,il Kivcrtkw ,j i <
level; washing time; complete out, over the top of the wash tub
School, Friday, April .1 t I '"
Exhibits will be shown from I ,'\ ; : .'\'' i warm water and hot water want a New lint Alter for brighter, wash, III

11:30: to 7:30: p.m, to he lollowe I Ily Y / ? # "' 4 vane Uakdlte agitator for a functional sidu opening top lid
the Talent Show at 7 30) positive 4-way washing action a Super power-drive transmission
Three place ribbons will lie .
awarded in each of the two rill :
ision. Juniors under II and Seniors (''t radfor: !.tn : :"! t=:

over 14. / 5 CYCLE 2 SPEED '
I Included in the exhibits will be .
Clothing, Ironing, Food!' Child De COMBINATIOLREFRIGERATORFREEZER x,: .
jrovcment' Home Manalrm'nlrolonl'Y :
Management: Gardening!
Sifety. fcle-etrlcity Antomologyand MONEY \' .

All Health parents arc urged to attend, A"' ,
and'I visitors are welocnie ,rpEC1A
2.50 '
VI \. #2. ;'

On Okinawa: : ': ;
4 ,.
Army Staff Sergeant Jimmie It H
lest, 27, whose mother Mr NO MONEY DOWN v s. a & Individual washing programsDeep overflow rinse washes dirt
rtha M. Lawyer lives In Titus 3.50 weekly 4r fully automatic-push the correct over the top of tub -- never uses x+a. ; !
vine, was assigned( to the 1st fabric button and forget it your clothe at a strainer a
Special Forces! Group on Okinawa ,
New improved lint filterSuper
:March 18. S Partial fill fraturr-allowi you
Heat, a supply sergeant: in the to save water on small loud 0 power-drivo transmission 1'r,

groups Company D, entered the RE4In'pp0r
Army in April, 1033: and was last i i &ia tra
assigned; at Fort Bragg, N (' Stora9cl ,
from Oollsboro (fNCt High:
lives at 228 W 19th St.. Hopkins Crispers ,
ville, Ky 41 fit.
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Remoygble Egg tray 5-CYCLE 2-SPEED BLEACH-0-MATIC



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7 Convenient Roll-Out ,"{ .) I NO MONEY s
I.r1nk Shelf Storage nThe floor ,
7I r .il; {',. W i2l3 2.75 SERVINaAMERICA'S


WAREHOUSE EQUIPMENT Delivery Installation '" "'.," HOUSEHOLD
Central Flondo'i ONLY i 0 5 Individual washing program 8 different/ 8 second spray rinses
stocking LYON distributor I 5-year guarantee on fully automaticpush\ the correct Automatic\ timed bleach injection
i WnU tot f lr.. IlluttroUd e.lole'
;::" gOOl'go. Stuart. Sealed Refrigerating System j' o I'artiallililealure allow you to Deep overflow! rir..

a ri..as 0.._ .d.cNrluis. s CL t _.Jt save water on small loads 0 New Improved clothe guard
._ ......._AM 1 157C
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1115Arr .nCINSr1N' no,'NTitusville "Charge It" No Money Down-:30 Day or Months to Pay o Five-minute lOOk period 0 Super power drive tranamunlon

-Toll Free! wall T. GRANT CO 520 PARK AVENUE
Dial AM 7-6859 i Ij Pitt!. Plaza Tttua.ill. '- TITUSVILLEAnswerphone

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2-C Tltuivlll(Florida)Stir.Advocate W_.dne d y, April 1, 'W4I ...-.
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I Dillard Of PAA Addresses [ !t
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Future Secretaries Of THS

Thurs. Fri.e Sat.i'ri .

'filll vll1l' High School dent; Mrs. Kathy Ray commit

\' i recently.inejs( meeting held, informative a eombin) tw Rose( chairman and: Mrs., Mrs.Millie Gayle Hagan DC : TITUSVILLE SHOPPING (ENTER

: .nn and social hour. Miss Mrs. Bcrnicc Lovan, school advisor
\ Arnold, president, preiid- fur the group, was also U Al LV I 1 WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLE
"i the business meeting. present. E + r
: U.) 'Cob' Dillard, Program _
Other guests Included a BJC y
11: or with I'an AmericanA 1050 W. KING ST.
rwayi, Inc., was the adult class! In Secretarial, Train
lilt with tcnchtr Mrs. Marion
In'd< hpl'a kf'r. His forceful Mcl.cstrr; Mrs R. B. Dillard : [ _ci'(0(0 a RIGHTS
'ii>Ion of what the trainees
wife of the featured<< speaker RESERVED
I L arn and do to become top ,
and Mrs Lillian Drowning evenIng
i'res received the full at-
( ; :
adult division Instructon of
,' .n t their of guests association members typing. j ': FLA. OR GA. GRADE "A" WHOLERYERSI

i -Is Indudcd several mem- Jill Fortlrr Social Committee
c"f the local sponsoring chairman, was pided by commit (
i I'IP'! Tllusville National tec member Sherrie Rennie and
"IK 1 Associations: Mr*. I.orone Kuehn in planning a "- i ido
<'irtcr. NSA president; socinl hour and in. serving re I
'..uChase.. vice prcsl- Crcstimcnts.
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# NEW WAGON FOR "WAGON" Mrs. Douglas Barn-
; hart, Tttusvitle's popular Welcome Wagon hostess, receive3 IiLB.
the key to a new: Chevrolet station wagon from
Gus Faulk of Gus Faulk Chevrolet. The new wagon
N serves Mn Darnhart as she makes her way around North
Brevard, welcoming new families. Gus Faulk Chevroletis
one of the business firms supporting the welcome wagon -
and gives the hostess a car each year as part of this I c
service. (S-A Photo)). .

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when you van Dixie Crystal TEX-SPotcd II

,_ 1x ,tCy{ Y rI! Cni
5. A I
.-.#....(.. :. Lt 1& LB.
I . .
> ST SI'P AKKR. Arthur Cadorath of the U.> S.
army Corp of Eng. from Jacksonville, discusses n map
J. Condea, president of TitusIk .
.1 he area with Mrs J.
Woman's Club and Mrs. Arthur Duchaine of the CHUCKLB.
ocoa Jr. Woman's Club following his: speech at a recent -
,: meeting of Diit. 6, FloriJn Federation of Woman's
( tubs; Titusville Junior Woman's Club was host for -I ICUTTERW 39c
(ho meeting.- Carlson Photo '

Thursday, April 3 NDRUG
t Mrs. Rodney Braden RASHER
Mrs. Anna S. Amerson
Oelorci M. Morgan
Larry Stauffer
'U Gibbons BACON
Mrs. Robert L. Anderson NOW IS THE It.TIME LB. LB. LB.
Friday, April :3 TOFERTILIZE St'"

C C Mr.lili'red E.A.L.' B.Gregory Harris BramblettJ Matthews Harman SilversJANSSEN I LAWNS KEEPS : 3 9 c 49c LB. ) 9 C_ 3 9 c


/J &1.rut'J99" ALL LONG SUMMER! pCNC s Lb. 29C Lb. 33c

Save up to 331/3 1 % on famous


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.Three Dimensional TONE ,.., FLU FORi BAG 35 c


family owned and FERTILIZER LIMIT'' Or. With Your $1.or More, Food Order, Pleate."Plantation" .
operated Piano Co. 5C LB. BAG
0 Fast acting nitrogen! of quick grttn-up nEG. 2.S9Extra $189
MNSSEN, "Thi Himi Flint if Amirlcr I.
9 nurses of nitrogen to keep "Country Mill" "Garden Fresh"ilYlea
., ,.. I.'OW
See If. H..r II your lawn greener longer
Pity K..To Syrup
Covert 2500 Sq. Ft Grits


19c 39c
2126 W. Tropic St. 5-LB. No. S CELLO 9c



Wtdnetdiy, April,, I.1 1964 Tltutvllli'' ''' ( Plorldt) Stir Advetif.* '0" :3-C : : you for the rtllef uraved for COMTLAIVT for Divorce hit been I .VI. ::.
Complaint filed agiilaat you, and you art reQiilren I RVQ ET W ZAHAPKO.or .
: real, pr> .ipert. .. being; fore- I to lerve a cop>. of your anwer Defendant
upon la alluale. lying' an,,1 or pleading to the nil) nf Complaint I OTlrl! "t'lT
MISTER BREGER StAR ADVOCATE'SCrossvord In Kre\nrd fountv. H irldn tn tht Plnlntlfft attorney I TO nonvfcY: w, /AHAHKOAVI
: deetilbid "la follow. ,In.wll: o. 1 K. IMTT*. P o Bon 34Mt Katelllle > ('oUIA'oIDDOOFFICn: :
I. Hie.,'k 4.C. Rnw. Unrol'no. llen.h. Florida. anil file\ the :
Puzzle : : I II ('-1. llrevnnl County. original! anawer or pleading; In thi I FIIIIT i.ivivvvoRTirKAVftAM .
I an per I'lit tht-reof re- orfi.e nf the ( .lerk of the 1'In 'ult .
In Hat Honk II: l I"a"irMI. (nurt on or before I lie J4th day of NOT .II. h: la hereby glxen that the
.' He..nrila, of Mr..t.nrd, A nrll 1 K14If I'lilnlff., HhVATrVHAIIKO:: : haafllrl
Amoss 49. On thlt 18. Shor. I : : Flirlilu\ .. you fill to ": AM/ I' OKDe'KKD nt Tltua. default will be taken ngalaxt, ynnlor nf 'HP millor hlldren n",1,I ..ther re,
1. A Itronr- tll1l'tI rl'CUS ,I .., 1.1... 'IhlxI t '\'I"f Mar, U. the relief demanded.. In laid II, f iv ...ni-i' tli. Def,'n.lint, '. ROD
box tOI" GO. Skips. as 1 HaliJa : : < <:mplalntThla I MVV /VHAIIKO In 'ih.' Clr. ull
,...Jut-bles ltone. 20. A I WFA1': ) notke thall be publlahed tmiri in nnl, for Bre\nrl founty..
5.Tibetan on water shlp'l :, ; :; :: ::I'': i mm it runvFalerk : once aach week for four conaeouUveweeka "IDrhln
: : of the C'lrl.1t Cmrt In the Tlluavllle Utar-Advo- The abhrctlnted title I Ie ZAHARKO -
]1rlest prl on 1&I""t\ : Ilertle Hull cnt. Tit u.vllle. Florida. .VH. :ZAHAKKO! .
9. Smell nw 23. AbYII.JO. l l Di-piitv' lerk Don and Ordered.. In TlluavllleTlrtviird The fondant la required tn file
Soon 1. Part ()f l'Iu. : : :: ''I ;\I Apr I. a. n ,Wo,1) 1!%>. County lorlda... thle 28 day hi* Anawi.r with the Icrfe of the
i of March 1JC4! ,
Sweet. 2S. Kin" ot Circuit ( "url and to aervo a copy
a light I 1 -: 4IKCI ir ( III Mr .!) Till: urtla H llarnt* Clerk of the thereof upon I tbe Plnlntlffn Attorney
: : ;
smelling 1lxturt] cluck : ( JIIII4IVI IIHIIir IN Circuit Court no tatir thin. April 17th 1004.
27. m. I tOK HrV\HI> I III Nt\. By llertl Hall (I'OI'RT SFA1: I.I ICurtla
13. t : :enl1n1e I'lIlerol.,'. Am,; \ linputy (..lerkCOURT R. BarneaC1KRK
: VM'F KV' Ml. tlDIIM ( RKAL)
]f. Apl'orlion 4. Sea.eIlatesIud In 37. Cut, nl (I : : >n< F. TO IIt.t :Ml )( u.II.: Apr 1. *. 13 (Wed. .) 194IN (' OF THE riRri'ITOURT
1'. ConteI' Of the lido wool"n boards I L (.'All VII CHAMIM:I.
knighthood 6. Cuckoo tactol'lu 4(). Fencing ,,V1>: TIFF Tilt: mid IT rill KT itt riirNIMH : By: V 0. KpangW
7. Sta te ot tOI' aword .It I'U'It.I < |H("I IT IVAMI Deputy Clerk
11. A t'herlshGlolher: : : Fl OKII \. Attorney for Plaintiff
anlnll R. Yellrly 30. Lh'e. colloq, i \ : : : J. CAUMUIIAII < II VNI FHV' "NO. tllllO Ml North Magnolia Avrn le
19. Appl tree 12. On top 3t. Perished 43.0uido's I > IFMOHF': J. AKMKMIAt:I I 1(1( :N ATIAIIARKO: Orlando. Florida
I by notified l that A Hill of Plaintiff. Mar, U, :M Apr. 1. II IVVeill I I MlU
! f. 21. Rough 13. Goddes. ot 33. anquets highest
I ,,,, Il\v )''Ill'velts: 3.. Device to not.
22. Ceasa It. .Ur the all' 48. Dark
24. ;:t: e I J. + I HAVE TOTRV

;: ) 10 HARDER

29. Deslsto..1 ''I ,;/.

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"Mmm, yummv1! Sodium benzoate, aluminate, trlcalciura 32. _

; : phosphate, monosodium gluten ate, artificial 11 I I') lO f LI

flavoring artificial coloring ." '
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a 5 j< I 58 I
f t n :: ; I
Ann 43. tt" ;OJ IC '\I 41. H CIII

44. 144.7. -\. "'"

Few Nosey e. -, 1/ 0: -18

49. ; ;= ..1'ura \

Dear Ann I get the null before he does )'. 4-1 ,

group of office sa's I am hiding love letters -

firm with a searches the garbage (for clg speech! manensitis ( Mine hap I' ntriiiKiiiiiMKriir: 'nuM .
''III I Jl lilt Ml. 111(1 I IT lIMI >
must be butts (Nobody in our pens to be "you tee") Unless KIK IIHrVVKII IIIIMt,

other smokes ) If a car BOPS past they are told, they never. know r I OIIIIIV
similar to hosue slowly my husband and therefore cannot correct it. Mil I II IOf: ..II'r I

to the nosey Somcbodj is looking for If you are an A itudint TELL HAZEL A, KKAHOIt, llalntirtEMOKT

ators who ." HIM f. If not mail him this column v..

sonal calls.Speaking I Jive;: up Bible class to anonjmously of course A 111.0(1).1 al r><,.fonilatitiTO .

for him What do >ou recom : FMORY A niOODnnlIUOli ( -
hU wife: hDWAItl} H -.4 __
Confidential to PIS.PPOl'iT.ED
never said ) 111.0011) .n.l | world for ,mil, I I.II.I.A A. III.OO and.
Confused the : This Is a tough
1 would be : Giving up 1C .he he married. -- ---. herhuinund wi iy vr voi i iCFRTAINO PROP rur/A/
peated but classes will solve nothing most people The only thing you agaunt hla her or their MAY!

to husband's unfounded accu can count on is your fingers unknown helm. ,illlnec itrantevaaamii MAPLBSTRCtTAND
annoying >i.ri, lleiinri. orxlllura. truiKri
quisitive are a measure of his need Stop feeling sorry for voursclf. or other per.un.. nutural nr artificial
claiming In'. through ,,".I..r ITU MY .
self with my professional help Urge him nr agalnat the hove numnl Hendanta MOTHER <

sations. eet It. Ann Landers will be glad to (. or any of them and I'MOOINOSOWE
again all peraona having or rlnlmln -
Is there. help you with >our problems to have nnv Intereat In the fnllowlnn .

privacy' Ann Landers : Four of us Send them to her In utility. r Inrldii :
DROPPED the back corner of a history newspaper enclosing a stamped lot* ID and. II of Illock IM orIU'lIIt:1I >- CHOPPING!

arc racking our brains try- self.addressed envelope ; : : ) I.AT I>P INIXANKIVbK
: CITY according! to the :I:
Dear Eaves:
to figure out what to da
plat thereof aa recorded In I'lut
\lions of (' a situation that is driving 1)U\l.: ::0.,1 1ftI. : Hook 4, at page 12: of the 1'iihll-,

the switch crazy We finally decided to I .. \I.V ,\4. t; .. \I.t: *Itiorl'lotIdaYuu of Hrevard County,

about the to you The Drevard Counly Roar.t ofPubllo an,I eai'h of you arc hereby ZlY
notified. that hai !
a omuliilnt bien
Our history teacher has a ter In.lrUCllon offe.. lor 1A1. toIh. filed agalnit you In the rirmltouil
hlghe.1 an,1, beat bill u.ed bu.p.. UI:i
There may .. (' In and for Hrevard County HE PAINTEP MY PORTRAIT ...BUTBELIEVBME MONTY ISA
habit of hooking the phrase trwk.. farm tractor. lIa' ranlf. CO
milk ... an,1, bouoe tr.ll.r. wllhno hlorlda. whl<'h taiiim la In tltla aa LAST YEAf- HOW MUCH ISHECIIARCINOyoU MUai SUP JECT
the time" on to almost every unl.r carrlalre ur ...h...... above herein Th. Hlulntlffek. the
be quirting nt title to th. rial prop DABBIFRT0 PAlNirMY ?
you sentence This afternoon he .tv ahov. d"'rlbed. DOG'S
majority of for 25 minutes and used Monday Theae through Item may rlrfay S:00 InapecteO A.M. to You "re h.r.by r.qulr.,1, to fll. cJ.i
your defplI.u to Ih.. .buv. ault
need six phrase "at the time" 32 4:00: I'.M.The with the Clerk of the abnyt atvled

ears and two I We kept track buici unit bourn trailer HIHV Court and to .erve a rnnv" at >amn.
be Inapeiteil, at Iho Melbourne Ku. upon (:Kl It"To'ol.: IIKI-.VVI HOI..
to do their His lectures arc unbearable. Compound on Monroe irtreel In. :\1 pi- I. VSD: tun l>alm Avenue. Tllu.vlileflorlda .
ther the time can't concentrate on the sub bfiurneTruik.. Atlnrneya for l-lnlntlff on i
or he fore April :24th IIMl4. Herein
.. tractor range. and milk
listen in on matter because whenever he cane it th. School ttuiplvarct- fall .not or a Decree 1'ro Confeaio
houne Route So Sill, one mile eaat will be enlerel, agalnal' you
at that time it s like a I
of Cocoa VV1TNF8H WIIKItKOr.: I have
Dear Ann : poke in the ear Please Bids muni be returned on or before oat mv hand an,1 I affixed mv nffli'lnl| |

keeps the 't print my name or initials II).:ou Hoard A.1\I. :Monday of I'uhllc April InatruUlon II. IMA toth I day aeal of at IMarrh Tlluavllle, I 11fi4.! r lorlila thla :24th I .

washing and do print the ,central:: location I*. O Box 5. Tltuavllle. rlorUluBlil (fl'OI'UT. HIADci :

meals and this city He may ice it and In Maintenance I Inntructlnna. ami may he obuinej ('l..rk nrm of u the DARNE8(Ircult Court j

young the hint.-:JIICHIAGA.NDERDear \ :; Office. phnne rum her. roiialruction Cocoa 630 Itrevard l <'ountv. Morlda _.

the right to Friend: Every history 7.162 Mr Denver Quoding, Olapoial Ily V, M Hpangler .
Officer Deputy' -
Mar, o '
: ,
evening a in Michigan: will probably IS Apr I. 8, 15 (Wed) 19fl4
Tim Hoard reserve* the right to
First let asking him self "am I the reject any and all blila. In wbole or

not attractive \ '" Everyone except the In. part Helby noeyPurcb..lna! ADDING MACHINE ROLLS onlj ;: JJ.lJi!

but no man who is guiltv\( that is. nir. lor 2Sc eaon at toe StarAdvocarr : !

look Vet I Most people have unconscious :Mar VV.d i yj I9M" Apr I i Frll"n A Office : [fT

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man -
every ---

Including the ... ; d ;: "if t -,.. ...

I love to TELEVISION GUIDE ,, ':S : _......- _

as believe they people need SUMMER"U:! o .- ;:")./<.I "" fie- )I... & 65r

my husband --- ------ ** y C.
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He refuses Wednesday Ch. lI.u"h lor Tomorrow t. [t Hab ,
('Ia F.tb.r Know. IJ ., Friday .at. >_
says when I -- 12'4 ('h C Ollllllnw Lllfht1:1M
and the :'\"oil T : : Ch. 2 N.wII, II \' Hch"'t'r z
you ("h Newa. HiiortaVeather 1:00: {'h, 2 N.w.. We.th.rC'h. ;MOKMNflIS "
time" Cb 9 Vewa, Sporta. Weather 8 nlrl Talk
: C'h 9 KitltortnlVewa Cb. 9 rllie Ford .: Ch, :2 8un hlna olmanao
: ') {,h : HuntleyBrlnklevVewa 1'15 ('b. 2 t'ocu. Ch 8 Hunihlne Almanac.
(,h : Walter CronklteNewa 1::30 Ch, 2 lIelonceC'h. 6 30 Ch. 2 World CIvllKailon
(,h, 9 Ron Cochran. 8 A. Ih.Vorld Turn.Cb. Ch' 6 Hunrlan Heme.li-r LIoIU.
:: ::45 Ch, 9 Vewa. Weather N.w.. IkeCh.mh..rlaln 1:00: f h. 2 Today
: C'h Deputy Ch Operation Alphabet
C'h Ulenn Reeve. 1'48 Cia. l'artoone 1:30: th. 6 Film Feature*
Ch, 9 Cheyenne. 2:00: C'h. 2 1..1'. M.ke neal Ch 9 Mlckle fcvana
THEA : Cb Virginian Ch. P..or'. T:68 th 8 Newa. Weather
I'b Vlilnam The Deadly 2'28 ('h. 2 N.wII. "Ioyd Kalher I"wo) Ch 8 Captain Kangaroo
Declalnn 2:30: C'h. 2 ....ctor. (31: rh S Carloona
('h. 1I0ulle P.tvC'h. 9:00: th 2 Plvorui Coprt
OPEN 6:39() : : ('h. 9 Patty
("h. .
:30 Ch .: Tightrope'Farmer 9 y In Court lIomper
f":" ('h 9 'a Daughter 1'88 Ch. 9 N.w., 1.10. ""..ard Ch 9 Fxerclaa: for Women .
:no Ch r:nplonage 8:00: ('h. 2 I.or..tta. Younlf 9:15: Ch ( ('artoona
('h. Beverly Hlllbllllea Ch. To Tell th.. Trutb 10:ou ('h. 2 Kav When
Ch, 9 Ben Caey ('11. 9 O.n..r.1 tll."It.1 Ch 8 Newa MlktVallar*
::30 ('h. Dick Van Pvk 1'28 Cb. NI.... Doula. .;....artl. Ch 9 )Hiianl.il
>riRISCH : {,h Eleventh Hour 8:30: ('h, 2 You Don" lI.vC'h. 10:28 Ch. 2 Newa I-:,Iwln Newman
{,h Danny Kaye 8 Pd... of NI.htCh. 10:3O ('h. 2 Word for Word
{'b. 9 C'hannlngNewa 9 Q'.en' for Day Ch I Love Lucy
00 (h 2 Kporta. WeatherNewa 00 C'h. 2 Matcb (lam"Ch. < h. 9 O..e.mh.rlrld.. awf Ttuyoo.rotitLAft
; {,h, Kporta. WeatherVewa lfecr..1 attormCh. 11:CO Ch. 2 Concentration M r .
.... I ICST "" V rWlfta -
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Ch 9 Bob YoungEditorial Tr.llm..t., -COYII u CMT PCWN r HOWO YCUBElirV
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Cb Movie "Forbidden .::30 Ch. 2 Hurn. and Allan 11:90 Ch. 2 Viaalng LlnkeCh '/I \ is gwivMiwo CLOSE
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PlanetWeather" CIt. tnele Walt ( Pete an'I Gladyl 'TO NS !. 8EClfO"'S'" %
J.EMMON Ch. 11:00: Ch. 2 H..t 01 Uourho eb. Object laArtf 'CdC'N' r fN J SPOT
30 Cb 2 Johnn, (".,..onCb. {'h. Hllckl"rry" noun,1Ch. HMIOW nus OLO waliCII: !:
rJ??. &IUY Movie They Won IIroneo 12:00 Ch. 2 Your Klrat ImpreaalonCh
Forget" 11'25 {'b. 2 O.t..t 1I..dlln.. < Love of UfaCh
;:.r 11:30: Ch. 2 N.",""op.Ch. I rTeven Keya
lAav. It 10 B..v..r 12:26 Ch. Ne.... Hubert Trout
Thursday 1J:TO Ch 2 Truth or ConaequenceiCh ,I
1'010' liT rh. H..rcb rnr Tomorrow
Father Knowa .lie at '"
MORMNOBunnhlne '::00 CIt. N..... Mporl.. W..lh... 12:M Ch riuMlnv Light
,15 ('b. 2l1un.hlne Alm."a.Ch. {'h. 11'1.' .. ..... "port.. Weather 12:H C'h. 2 Newa. Hay Hcherer
:: Almanao Ch. 'N.... ""orl.. W..tb.r. 1:110: Ch 2 Newa. Weather j
::30 Cb. 2 World CIvllKatloaHunrlae 8:18: Ch. F.ditorl.1. Ch ( Dirt Talk -
{,b, Bemeater ':::111 ('h. 2 "' ..... W.ller Crollkll. Ch ( Frnle; Ford
('b. 2 Today Ch. I H.... Rftn Coobr.1I 1:1': Ch. 2 Focu '"
DRIVE-IN Cb. Film Feature* 8'48 Ch. N..... W..tb..r 1:10: C'h. 2 MMenc : Ch, Micke, tnu: 1:00: ("h. 2 Rlfte", .., Ch. < A* the World Turn
\5 ('b. New*. Weather Ch. IlIIntin. .nd rl.blna Cb Newa. MikeChamberlain z.11.I
SHOWN : : () \ Cb. Captain Kangaroo. Cb. Vlrllnl. "" ,.. TO VY rYO THINK N.CMlltue .
;'1 Cb. Cartoon 1:30: Ch. 2 Temple Hou.toll 1:n Ch I ('artooni THERE AlWT NO filOVBtCK
u<) ("b. 2 PIvorc* Court C'b. Pa..o'.. 2:OU C'h. 2 l-et a Make a Deal OCWMeon.
lit IIRIUt: 1Df'1II! Cb. American HlatoryExerclae {'b. rUIII.toll"" Ch I Paaaworil stars W ctirinI
Cb. for Women '::00 Ch. Amrlc." ommun"m 2:. Ch. 2 Ne.... floyd Kalber
!: 15 Cb. Cartnonr Cb. Do..n. 11"4 2:80 Ch. 2 PoctoraCh COOl.
CmIlCE : \ 'II) {'It, Romper. Room '::30 ('Ia. 2 Dr. I .00 C". 2 fay Whe Ch. )f, Tbr... Ifone Cli ( Day I la Court
SIlRlElIMI! Ch. Newa. Mike Wallace '::00 CIt. p"..,. M..nCII. 2:H Ch ( Newa. Llaa Howard
Cb. KpanlahCh .allra O'Tool. 8:00 Ch. 2 Ixirelta Young
-.r-: : 2 Ne.... Fdwln: Newman '::30 Cb. n eaelCia. Ch. To Tell the Truth
,__,.' : Ch. 2 Word for Word Ilmm, De.n Ch I rieneril Hoapltal
Ch. I Love LueyDecember 10:00: CIa. 2 Kr.fl lu.peu. Thll.tre 8:U Ch. f Newt. Douglaa' Edwardi,
C". S Brld* Cb. lIIur.... 8:SO Ch 2 You Dont Hay1Ch
IN : : {'b. 2 Concentration 10:30: CII. trtory 01 N..pa pe?_ K:d.! of VlghtCh
Ch. McCoy ma. ( Queen for a Day
PAUL Ch.S Price I* Right 11:00: CIt. 2 III.... IIport.. We.tll.. 4:00 Ch 2 Match. Oam
: Ch. 2 Mlalog Llak Cb. "' ..... Itport.. W"lh.r Oi. Meeret Xtorm
Ch. Pete anil Gladys Ch. Iile.... I1eb You.. 4 at Ch I Newa. dZI.anOCut
JOANNE CII. O"J-t 11 ::111 CIa. S lIIewA. llpert.. W.athe. 4 *> Ch: 2 Rurna. and
AFTIB"UO-r 11130 CIa. I:4l1t..rl.1l1ZI : Ch. < I aole. Wall
: Ch a Tour Flrat ImpreealonCh : CII. M"vl. "8..11 JJ.nn,. 5: Love of Life Rid.. Aa.ln"MI. ( RlverboatI
Ch t Seven Key W tb., :25 C'h. 2 Moment* In flnorttCh.
HOT I : Ch. N..... Kobwrt. TrautCh. 11:30: CII. 2 J..hnny {'.r..... Leave It to Heaver
12:30: 2 'r.UI of Coaaequeacet CII. Mnle "VlrslDla City" I:30 Ch. 2 Mewacope'


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rt- WoJnoiJey, April 1, 1 1964

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Reg. 4 95Vol. .11. houbr w.l' Llmit/n/ r 3 lor.l FREER
I I I thaw rl..ae..curdy coien. t. With cord and lockets 30" EASTMAN FILM
97 ell e'd' Rw '10 CORICIDIN COLD ,: ::"u 37 high with 3 sturdy shelves. 3 way rN, A Ire, wt ./ rrtturN wnh erv r wa
2 88e TABLETS Limit In el.ctrlcal..ocket.. 1S". whtn rW Ne"d Ndw rw.le wq
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MUSTAD 1/4# SpOOl R'I. 3.9 Volu.
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#304 Garcia! Mitcholl open teal iplnKing FISHHOOKS Monofil GILLETTE RIGHT GUARD q.rta 59
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IIUULIIL 58c for 23c TIDE
Wath, s-DR. 89c | Bags } IT Detergent 37c 2SC TOASTED: PEANUTS ; Box 28c
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