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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 8, 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)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
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Sta r-Ac!Yocaf c;

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents ,

8'Ith Year No 43 JKY] LIBRARY 5c Per Copy = = Titusville Florida, Wednesdav April+ II l4 JO Pulse, Today( Publish" iXN XxVtvli-;-:,(iavs and Friday
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I Citrus League Officials Okay Dummitt Castle Move I

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Seek ApprovalOf


Top Flight Display Of Sky DivingTo (rt.: "'r.; _- t \ Jt NASA To

Protect House

Be Highlight Of Big Air ShowAn M flhuhlIl t' !their l'di I Iea

III' niimmltt (.HIM i'" ( "ituititi ,
r, i" r i \ I l 1"1 dIY rut ''I1- M'' Hlitiid,
rM 'ippirt h< hind Dick Spantjlt, a
excellent display of "'skyr'u with a 'D' rating (over 250 James Godwin past president t I and PC Land Falling Angels, /(
quirt\ for I hiu location endIlnrution
m or parachute jumping, jumps) of PjraGators of Kissimmee Godwin also acts as Judge at I of the Ouitunitit
will be in store for spectators at many of the parachute jumps "
i .Ik', ..omtwlitro'! in Titus
Sunday's free air show at The De-Land Jumpers will skydive I \'illc,
Arthur Dunn Air Park out of their planes at 7,500
The wdl.known DeLand feet They will give exhibitions I At a meeting of the comrmtteasiird4

Falling Angels: the skydiving k )( accuracy (hitting a piedeurmcd M ( > at the Agricultural
club which delighted fans at last target on the ground) } Uuilclin, in Cocoa, the commit
\pjrs Jaycee Parachute Jumping F r and (ree-fall acrobatics (fallinga Ic" utuimmously\ agreed once
Contest, will again entertain great distance after jumping NASA, present security!! meas
Nottli Ilrevaid residents at the before opening chute), uresvili/ not permit traffic on

flying Posse sponsored show e Other action at Sunday's free AlA on Ninth Men ill blind
Lidding the club in exhibitionhere I It tit show( will be a helicopter demon- and If !N\SA will approve of

will be: ............. stratton by Bob Lock row of the Dununitt Castle,, or mora
Chris Ebersole, recent winnerof Cocoa Beach, nearly coned, the Castle dl
the the Cal tl'lluclO, bung relocated, thiS
accuracy event at n Glut Klischner will give a
Space Port Interconference In : ,,', novelty routine. Kerschncr is 1. committee would endorse thiS
titdtionnl meet held at the Ti : : presently en instructor at + mute!,,

lU'iville-Cocoa Airport last year, Arthur Dun Airpark, formerly The mess:tiers pointed out tbat
John Gaffney, area safety officer instructing In St Petersburg, ., W. 1 /" the committee was first Interested *

national director of the There will be a glider demonstration DUMMITT COMMITTEE: Committee Indian River Citms League executive bet- | in siring the landmark, or
Parachute Club of America, and ; a mock-up of the members discuss: the Dummit Plantation rotary M R Buckalew, League President the original grove itself, pro-
past president and charter member k> y 4 r Gemini I apace capsule, and of problems and Dick Spangler's move to relocate R. C Uiddv, member John IJ'Albora, com- totted und preserved mil saul
of the club. n l+ t+ couisc( the world famous Dlue old plantation house. Left to right tnittee member and county commissionerGus NASA indicated it would possibly

Jon! Dupuis, woo delighted a Ir tr., Angels the Navy's precision Spongier,, committee member and Brevard Faulk, Absent was member Mrs net aside five or 10 acres to preserve
fans last year, an individual ; y 3N a jjA rt flying demonstration team. county agent James Oxford, member and Ike Ritfell,:; ,-S-A( Photo), the grove ails
champion and team champion. 1\w\ Indian River Citrus Lea.*

Gary Dupuis, the teenager I Ji iue: at explained by James Ox-
that excited the crowds last lord, Brevard county agent and
year with his skill, also a team Gemini Capsule u member! of the committee, had
champion and constantly !: bun olfirlully given the res-
placing high in jumping events poll ibllhly by NASA of. making

Robert Michaels, a fine jump. a,, Hume recommendation on the
er who is also a pilot A b F F'a disposition if the grove site, sub-
Robert Woods, one of the Goes In OrbitA jut to NASA approval, and thiS

experienced young jumpers committee: had been appointed by

glistening: while vapor trail test launching ,lechi\qu!t | s. Tlio League f'T rrtsMuil" U. C Brady,
I Street Naming pave! evidence U* a suereishU Writ, istan early model! of Gcrmlnl ritt !;

( Titan II booster launch at 11 space ships in which a pairof Spongier, who attended, yesterdflys -
r this morning placing a 70.000 astronauts will rids! in orbit meeting, had taken the
Problem Nearing pound manned Gemini space later, Issue! of moving the historic old
capsule! in orbit. This flight t marks the resumption ca-sile" to the foiefront and

On hand to watch the successful of this nutlun man has gathered considerable public
Solution Here .j' launch were the 29 astronauts nul pice flight: activities even opinion In its favor Ills
.1 ..,, some of whom will man though the first manned Gemini Idea/ U tn establish the old plan
City Planning and Zoning a similar vehicle in the future flight will not occur: until late this e tation house somewhere in Tt-
,4 t i i11s
Doard will recommend to the ::0.., :...a NASA confirmed the vehicle year tusville, on the waterfront, ore

city council in the near future skydiver with D.Land Falling AngelaWorld's entered orbit 6H minutes after public property, possibly Sand
that the names of 87 streets in launch and at that time was 00 Twirling ClassesTo Point.
Titusville be changed. miles above Bermuda.The Begin SaturdayTitusville r Spunglcr told the Committee
City Manager Cleveland Tal- Fair Report To Board space agency sent the T uf the urgency In moving th.
madge met with the board mem capsule: into a low earth orbit to Recreation Depart. N building, pointing out that vandalism -
bers l last night to work on the AI Bishop will give a report on and Associates regarding estab-- ment is offering a seven week would destroy the build
street re-naming project the Brevard World's Fair Author- lishment of a bulkhead line be- course in baton twirling as apart ing/ if something wasn't done
tween Patrick AFB and the Eau: of the Wanton Park super '
Commissioners siwn
brought about as! a result of ity to County Mason To Speak
many duplications or close siml- at the meeting! scheduled here tar Gallie causeway. vised playground: program( / according GNARLED COMPANIONS These two gnarled, yet
to City Recreation Director Brady hi
gave of
larity of names throughout the Thursday. Letter from the State Koad Department stately partners have withstood the onslaught of time. approval
Jack Miller tic renovation of the castle in
city Other items on the commission regarding signal! installations Here Thursday The classes will begin Saturday The ancient cedar stump is a reminder of! the great freezesof litutville and its: possible usefor
This was one of a series of meeting agenda are: on AlA, anJ speed 1
at 10 in
a m. 1833 and IB'JS which educed the orange groves tilt cdifxatlon of the citrus
meetings: and Talmadge said that Petition of ttestwoodilla area zone study in Cocoa Ed Mason\! chairman of the Miss Becky Chewninc/ will in Florida to shambles only to be re-stocked from the undamaged Industry'as a citrus museum
the group will review the proposed people regarding a canal Public hearings!: vacation ofa Florida Railroad and Public t'til struct the classes, which will be groves: of the Dummitt Plantation The stately end, I if possible, the removal of
changes at one more meet Letter from General D"vclnp plat of Scottsmoor Little ities Commisxlion, will speak .t t divided into' two groups, beginnerand : Villa rii Castelludo is a reminder of the potentates who several' of the ancient trees It)
ing before making recommenda- ment Corp. regarding a donjtitn, Farms, closing of Duane Street the Thursday noon luncheon of intcrmc'didtc visited the Duke and Duchess Castellucio, adding' continental be- planted around the located
lions to the council cf; land in Port St John, m Tadlock Subdivision and bulk- the Titusville Rotary Club, ht Miller said registration fees flavor to Titusville BO( years ago.(S-A Photo). castle
Criteria being used is: 1 1S I. Letter from Outlaw, Tucker head line it Snug ]Harbor( Estates, Whispering Hills Country Club will be $1 l for each student
It was decided the committee/
:tcct holding the name the
would look into the possibility of
longest; 2, Longest street (one Launches And 11 Years
It Started More than 100 Ago having guards placed at the
10 blocks long being given pre ,
properly to discourage vandal-
two blocks
ference over one
bin or If this possible,
was not
long): and 3. Street with most

dwellings. ike Higell Member Of Rocketry Group with the NASA's property cooperation until such, fencing tim.

S i 1 al a decision Is made by NASAon
To tile disposition! of the properly
Taxpayers .
!More\ than loo) major launchesand and components, Including the rive ut the Cape This! equip have worked with the designing country Ilijtcll! m an electrical tnclnrrr:
; 11 years ago, I I. A, "Ike" miles of wires and cables from ment dually reflects the design engineers in its development at KlKcll has seen all sorts of sit, ing graduate with a degree from The committee commissioned
''I Pick Up Full Kigcll (rhymes with vigil) joined! the Launch Control Center to the concept of our test engineers: who various locations! throughout the uation.H develop. during the more Georgia Tech. After a short Un Spanjl-r to find a definite! site
a hard core oi rocketry expertsat launch pad lire at the Tcnneuxe Valley
has sat
-' than !100) countdowns he >> for the re-location of the castle
Iluntsvilto, Alabama, then The Gyro and Stabilizer Systems T : ( t'T jfr ; )<. in on "We'll get an abnormal Indication Authority, he went to work at the oil. Oxford to continue his ne-
Election TabErtire known as the Missile Flung Laboratory Branch pt'flonnellnure reliable : J0" ,o' '.l.lt on nome muter, for example ff'lhtone{ l Arsenal In Iliintsvillc,, 1ha'lunl!( with NAS.bolh
performance of the gyro! ,' I If Ioj he laid, 'then we haveto amt I participated! in the Nike and ;
men in rtpuit back to the
cost of the two primaryell'ctJo18 "We've gone by a lot of different and stabilizer components and ,: decide! if this will he a prob. Corporal I missile program: be mittee, com

in May plus the gen- names since then," Rig systems, .l' ', Icm It means making/ a fait fore transferring to the StesileFiring Membuoilite j committee e are
eral election In November will ell recalled< last week from his Guidance and Control Systems decision as tn' whether we nhouM' Laboratory, C.xford, citrus league executive
be borni by the taxpayers of office in the headquarters bjild:. Branch: personnel insure the ie- scrub the flight( hole) the countto He's mimed only one or two r,ntary M I A Buckalew of
Erevard County leg of the John F Kennedy liable performance of the guiiance a>t ta replace the faulty equipment launches since then while partki tern Beach. County Commission

The total cost is estimated at Space Center, NASA. "First it and control components and or go .head figuring we can live patina in a long string "* Docketry !'r Gus Faulk of Titusville,
more than $20000 was Missile Firing Lab, then ayitems This branch also conceives with the (failure without compromising milestones that Includes th'' lc.igu member Jtjlin I)'Alboraof
Previously the qualifying fees Army Ballastic Missile Agency, develops and design a / Ihp flight r objective, first Roditone, Jupiter and Juno Cocoa: and Mrs, Ike Itigcll ofntiiivllle
then Launch Operations Director computer programs for control of Its ImixmiMe, with no much '
of candidates went toward the I launches, the first American Brady I Is au ex-ofHi -
ate then Launch Operations Center sophisticated processes of pie 4Pr complex C'liiipinrnt Involved, for
cost of elections, but the Ltgis satellite/ 'launching, the Mercury 10 memberThey're,
and now KSC, but the In launch testing and launching act and otje person In predict whatoiuilerm
(Lture last term changed it so Redstone manned Mights,and all
portant thing:, the thing I want to Ivities. : might: occur during a
fees to the five Saturn shots to date.
qualifying go
stress la no matter what title "Due to the aunt particularly since rocket
part*.* of the candidates. Futch, we've had, we've always worked we're engaged in many, our workload projects "S nay 'IP, >>tn* such s specialized He moved from IIiAtiville! to Smoking
According to Doug as a team." doesnt level off between (Kid the Cape area In 19U, and l livesIn

deputy circuit court clerk a valuable! member of that flights"" Rigell said 'Many of On iI, we had an Indication Titunvllle with his wife, Kith As Much
total cf $14,778 was collected team, Rlgell is Chief of KSC's our people, for Instance are busy thai alve was not operating ryn, and their tour children Lately
from candidates The $7,730 David, Ilona: 7; Amy Jijnr,
Electrical Engineering Guidance working closely with design eng d propers vd after examination
paid by Democrat in qualifyingfees and Control Systems Division a ineers at the Marshall! Space w 1 determined it wasn't the J and<1 &'oU. 3. TIMsville rankej third among
U sent to the Democratic: Job with responsibilities. Flight Center for future space r .ii' >. out the indicator switch "They're all as wrapped up in the clue In Brevets in "'ixitrrtte
party in Florida The ",878, On the organizational: chart, vehicles and launch support( equipment jn tie( disc thai Wit malfunctioning the spare program as Ism," Ui rebate. Err collection
paid by Republicans In qualifying there are three branches under while others refurbish I, ; I U',wever, since this wn Rigell says "In fact, 1 coaster- luring te'iruary.
fees: Is sent to the Republican him: Electrical Systems, Gyro equipment here, make modifications I in the automate sequence, of' the my wife as a member of tin City of Titusville receive Sly
party in the state and Stabilizer Systems, and and plan for future facil- 1 count w had to 'jury-riB'!: or launch tram She hilt to have 'mm, ranking right behind Melbourne
The Democrats in Brevard Guidance and Control Systems sties on Merntt Island" improvise a special witch for patience and I be able In shift her with 1.UJ57 and Core:
levy a two per cent party asaes Electrical Systems Is respon- Rigell continued: "Our work this pier <>f equipment so the schedules it home on a m'> win H11M2. Pillowing Tltusvllls'
ment, which totaled $5170 this sible for the reliable performanceof (oesnt begin only when the! launch wOllh1 't .be scrubbed1.." ", ent', notice just us I have In' was fan OiUe: $180011( and Cocoa

S.e TAXPAYERS On ref" I the Saturn's electrical I systems launch equipment or vehicles ar U* Rsyell A native of Slocomb, Alabama, at ,the .cape." Beach $10,184. r

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.Ptgtl._ TltuivllU (Florida. ) Star AdV. ir. Wednejday, April I, 19(4I

I Candidates File Report Of Expenses I


candidates for public office $70; National Press of North $709.21: Tillman B. Me Henry, win H. Willis of Titusville $50; $210. Total $902.23.Contributions Richard R. Rathman of Mel Canaveral Authority -IV Tilt: ( Ot'NTYI Jl IK.J.

;wc filed their reports on expenditures Chicago, Illinois $90.70 Total travel $M. Total 140921. Charles L. Nelson of Indian Harbor : Carl Pearsonof bourne $100; Cecil Yount of District 2 I OlItT I IV ,"M "OR ,luip.\" hIti?.

end contributions $295.70. Contributions: Mack Frierson teach $50. Total 2050. Titusville $100; Randolph Eau Gallie $30; Rose B. Mathers R. A. Cutter (D.m-) (01 Mt. Ml H.OKIDX

covering the month of March Contributions: R W. Gradyof of] Merritt Island $550; W O. Ernie Thrower (Dam) Nunnally of Titusvllle\ $100; Bill of Eau Gallie $25; Dr. Hal Hez- Expenditures: Qualifying fee In Re: Entail of

The reports were filed with Rockledge $700; Mrs. John J. Norwood of Merritt Island $250; Expenditures: Qualifying fee Walker of Titusville $100; Bob enwald of Eau Gallie $25; JosephW. $30. CECILE 0 IinADLEYDvceaaed, .
Clerk Curti Barnes. Dates of Rockledge $100; Jose Wilfred H. Conrad of Merritt $650. Feeney of Titusville $200; Robert and Bette Coffman of Eau Contributions] R A. Cutter : Novice: TO HMMTOK: *
Complete list of expenditures phine Meyers of Merritt Island Ft. Pierce $30 Gallie To all Creditor of the Estate -
of Total
Island $100; T. A. Altman of Contributions: Eric Pappas, of E. Hayes ; $23. 4175. $200. CKCILE O. HEADLEY decenneare ,'
and contributions for each of $100; Arthur MacDonald of Eau Gallie $100; S. John Hill- Melbourne $180; Ernie Thrower Tom Joyce of Titusville $50; Wm. H. Clark I (Rap) hereby notified and required i

the candidates follows: Rockledge $100; Marion MacDonald meyer of Merritt Island $$100; $500; Doyle Dean of Satellite George Donaldson of Titusville County Surveyor Expenditures: Qualifying fee I they file any may claims have or afalnat demanda. the whl aOl. ,'

of Rockledge $100; W. S. Bell of Merritt Island Beach $50, Edna M. Crees f $100; Floyd Lee cf Titusville\ Wm. E. Powell (Rep) No $18. eatate Judge In of the Ilrevnrd office! County. of the, Flnrliln"Counu' ,

State Senator Marge Grady of Rockledge $300; $100: A. G. Bell of Merritt Island Eau Gallie $50. Total $700. \ $100; John Ramsey of Titus-\ Report. Contributions: Wm H. Clark In the Court Houae at Tltuivlll.

Bernard Parrlth ( Dam) Donald Ward of Merritt Island $100; Jack A. Curtis of Leigh S. Wilton (Rep) ..- yule $100; Ronald G. Morretto Arthur Steinman (Dem) $50; Wayne McCall of Titusville Florid' 1..*, from within the.Ix data(it of) the calenilmrnontba flr-i,

$50; Walter Lasobeck of Rock- Cocoa Beach $75; D. F. Ponder- Expenditures: Qualifying) toe of TttusMile $256; Bill Blsckwell No Report.C. $1\\.80. Total] $51.80.Canaveral publication of thla notice. Ea 1 h,

Expenditures: Secretary of ledge $75; S J. Ronald of Cocoa grass of Cocoa $60; Mrs. Mary $390. of Titusville $50. Total $1.230. C. Jobe (Dem) No Re and claim muni or demand atute the toast place be of In realilem wrltlnr,

State $60; Direct Line, Cocoa $25; Bob Brunet of Rockledge Remholtx of Merritt Island $50; Contributions Leigh $. Harry W. H t.tlbrnfl! ("'51.-) port. Authority and pout ofrice aildreaa, of th.
Claimant and be
$123 Bohannon Studio $23.69; mUtt aworn to bi\
; $25; Curtis Flinchbaugh of Cocoa C. A. Best of Cocoa $50; 11. 3. Wilwn $300. Expenditures: Qualifying fee District 4 the Claimant hi* agent or Pin Ai'
Edna Carlile, Supervisor of Registration $10; Michael Schmidt of Rock- torney or It will become void a,
School Beard
Harrington of Merritt Island $225. Rodtrlclc S. MeiTtr, (Dim) eordtngtoa.
partial voting list, ledge $10. Total $1,595.Cengroiinnan! $25; Ruth K. Thatcher of Cocoa Superrttor" ; OfRegistration Contributions: Harry W. Hasselbrmg Or. If 0 r m a n Rico (Dim) Expenditures: Qualifying fee KENNETH"' W. HFADI.IY.Atlmlnltlralor .
$250:; ; Busy B's Printing Co., of the Extateof
$29; C. I... Maxwell of Cocoa $275.CClunty Expenditures: Qualifying fee $30. CKCILE Q HEADLhV.deceaied. .
TitJsv'lle\ $72.21, Total $530.90 .
Contributions: J. W. Childre, $20; Mn. Robert Brown of Mer S. Cariile (Dem) t-ttetaa $120. Contributions: : Roderick Me- riT

C. WinsteadJr. Thorn S. Kinney (Dtm) ritt Island $10. Total 1615. Expenditures<< : Qualifying CommissionerDistrict Contributions Norman Rice her $200.Don HAROLD I. LOVELL. JR.,
M. B. Smith R. Attorney for Admlnl.r"orell !
Wendell R. Sease Julius J.Lochnor Expenditures: Secretary of State I.. E. Tindall (Dun) $400; John] Grienstaff of Tit 3 $200. Han y (Rep) Grove Street

George M. Barley, Jr., $1.125; Thomas S. Kennedy, Expenditures: Qualifying fee ville $1942; Busy B's Printer Richard B. Muldrew (Rep) Robert Carrtll (Dtm.) Expenditures Expenditures: Qualifying fee 5 Merritt 0. clot Inland 6IS Florida

travel $76.90; Brevard PrintingCo. $650; Screen Craft $43.26; Tony $65.92. Travel $11.64.\ Toal( fee : Qualifying fee $120; $18. Klut publication on March, 18 AD
R. C. Brady til of Titusville, Expenditures: Qualifying IU'';i4Mar.
$36007 Kraynak Office! Sherwood $15; L. E. Tindall, $496.98. I Shopper's Guide advertising Contributions Don .
$100 each R. B. Parrish of TI. ; $225. : Heaney II. 25. Apr. 1. i (iWed.) 1904.I .
; '
Machines $142. Total 172441. travel, $84(7. Total $793.23. Contributions: None. $53.50; Brevard Printing $150.- $20. .
tusville $1,000; Garret I D. Quick Contributions: Richard B. ';(ill. NlirieETo :
Contributions: C. Sweet Smith CHI Carlhn: (Dem) 17. Total $278.67.
Contributions: Lucy MAY CONCERN-:
cf Eu Gallie $100; D. S. Nisbit MuWrew $400; Louis S. Henry
of Merritt Island $100; C. B. Jr. of Cocoa $500; Wm. T. Taylor Dunn of Cocoa $100; John Expenditures: Qualifying e of Eau Gallie $25; Al Hart of ContributionsRobert; Carroll l MMH> fur iRti at IT (, us RT lit. rut: Board Notice of I.County hereby Coinrnl.Hlor.er.given that th nlllrevard .,
Kinsman of Titusville $200; of Cocoa Beach $510; Wm.E. Green of Mims $50; Dave end $400; Moore Printers $4.08 Total Indialantic $50; Davy Green of $300. .0,11, tusK 1 HIM<:MI XI< |<\|4lr III- IIHh-" County Floilda will boil.
a \public hearing at the Court llnum
Vick of Rockledge $500 Reggie tHIi. nnih; I))-' Isuiuist>>
; Nina Hudson of Titusville $100 $404.08. j
; I In 'rituavmtie, ,
George S. Shaw of Indialantic d Melbourne $25; Alma Boyles of l> < riiit.t silos. t'lorliu at lo ;i"
Berkowitz of Cocoa Beach Contributions\ Cliff Car Behest l Beard o'clo"k In tile foro-noon on the 23r,I
Buzz Adams of Mims $50 : n DONALU L. BEUJMGR
$100; Ralph S. Duff of Titusville( ; Indiattantic 525; Andrew Jarosof tiny or Altrit. 1964. for the purpoatof .
$100 Wm. R. Tegreeny of Cocoa $400 Wm. A. Beattie of Cape District 4 Plaintiff" ,
5.50! ; Hubert Trosseta of Cocoa ; and Lorrain Hudwln of Indian ; Merritt Island $20; James "- vacating sbaotioning, elating.
Beach $100 A. H. Trafford of Canaveral Total John F. Turner (Dim) DOROTHY JEAN dI.csntinuing ant urren teeing ant
of $23. $425. CELCHFRUffcmlant
; River City $50; I.,. A. Tindall ;
$20; George Aitken of Rockledge Sottile Jr. of Micco $200; Dorothy right of the County and the pub"
Cocoa $250; Paul S. Roberts of Melbourne $50 Peggy Tindall George W. D.ssqltss.D.m( ) f- Expenditures: Qualifying fee In and to the following ileacrlbeil. ,
$20; J. Ed Potter of Cocoa $5; Atkins of] Indian Harbor TO! DOROTHY JEAN BELCHCIt, land.,
Robert Sunday of Cocoa $50 Cocoa $100; Wm. G. Henry of of Indian River City $25; Liza Expenditures: Qualifying fee Beach $100 Freeda Greene of $120. whom" reildvnct In unknown, All of Gateway 8ubdvlnlon! fnlt
Cocoa] $100 R. E. Gillette of $400 30. Contributions John F. Turner You art hereby notified that a No. :J, according to the plat
; Agena Reproductions
Franse of Indian River City $25; ;
Verne Therio of Cocoa $5; Robert Melbourne $100; C. D. Rahmer Complaint for Divorce ha. bern thereof recorded In Plat Book
Merritt Island $100; Russell Guy Lanier of Melbourne $20; 85; National Press $27.66; Bre $200.8udi flleil acalnit you and you are required 17, page 130 Public Recorda. of
Schlernitzauer of Cocoa $20; ,)f Melbourne Beach $100; Norman ] m o.erv.
a of Answer llrevard
copy your Florida.
Snow cf Cocoa $100; Don Jake- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Seegert of vard Shopping Guide Inc. $32. C. Oudihofi (Dom) of rieadlnf to the Complaint,
Jos. J. Gardner of Cocoa $15; S. Lund of Melbourne $25. ANY INTERESTED PERSONS
< the
of Cocoa $20 Dave Nlsbet Total $49081.Contributions Expenditures: Qualifying fee m plalntlri attorney BALLY!!
way ; Titusville $20; Lois Papparoneof APi-KAK AND BE HKAKI:
Roy Amos of Cocoa $5; A. Total $1,070.Michael 482 Harbor City lloul-
of Cocoa $10; Robert B. Mc : Transport $120. ..evard Eau Oallle Florid., and file ABOVE 8PF.CIFIKU1IME
Titusville $25; Don Clawson '
Trafford of Merritt Island $50; Docars (Dem.) No the original Anawer AND PLACE. Dated thin tnh
Gregor of Cocoa Beach $10 Workers Union Contributions Rudi Oudshoff of Plradlnr In day of April, 196.
:'George Straver of Sharpes $10; ; of Titusville $10; W. L. Cre- $500. Report. the office of the Clerk of Circuit JOE H WICKHAM,
Carey W. Pritchett of Cocoa means of Indian River City $10; Silly War ton (Rep) $220.J"an. Court on or before the 11 day of CHAIRMAN
Joyce Ninos of Cocoa $25; Wm. May 1864 If fall to do
of f Cocoa $5 Howard Beach $10; Rodney Ketcham of Diana Brigham of Titusville Qualifying fee $240. Avery Fisher (Rep) lieu.,.. Pro Contrast, will bo taken eo a COMMIHSIONKRS1IRKVARD BOARD OP COt'NTY
Henry ] ;
Cocoa Beach $10 Wm. C. Irvin Contributions. None. Commissioner Expenditures: Qualifying fee .tr.lnat you for the relief demanded
Ballentinc of Cocoa Beach $23; ; $10; Alan McDonald of Angel County In the loup/alnl COUNTY,

S. M. Carroway of Titusville of Cocoa Beach $10. Total $2- City $15; Jim Wells of Indian Barbara Johnston (J\ap-) District: $ $72. DONE, Brevard and, ORDERED at TltuaVllle Altr.ltWe'l.> FLORIDA I ) 1964 ;;
County. Florida thin _
'$25 Edwin Harper of Indian 430. River City $10; Torn] Newmeyerof Expenditures: Qualifying fee Robert E. NorthcuH (D m)- Contributions: Jeane A. Fisher T day of April, W4
Titusville $25 Maude L. Morris $240; Barbara Johnston, travel, Expenditures: Qualifying fee $80.
Robert McGreg- CURTIS R BANg5Clerk : You
:7 .River City $50; anti each of you are' hereby
of Cocoa Beach $10 M. M.'Duchan&n of Indian River City $10; $150. Total $390.Contributions $375; Brevard Printing Co. of of Circuit Court notified and required to preaent. tnvtlalma
jr ] ] ; Delegate Democratic Brevard
County Florida
and demanda which
""" John Adams of Melbourne $20 : Eugenia Hobbsof Cocoa $300.04; Tiffany Studios Judge Court you,! or
of Cocoa $5; Fred McCabe National nventla ; By: Bntle Hall either of you, may have agalnat the
C. E. Lankford( of Titusville Cocoa Beach $5; Barbara $10.80; Ronnie Bird $22. Total Of Rtcord Deputy Clerk e.tate of PAIL CUYLKR decvaaed..
of Sharpes; Dr. John Brax- Mary K. Parriiri (D.m-) SALLY WARREN late of Brevard. County Florida. to
.. Jon. of Cocoa Wesley Hauser of of $15; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simon Johnston $250; F. L. Reifkohl $707.84. Thomas R. Waddtll (Dens) Attorney at Law the County Judge of Brevard,, ,
0 ; Expenditures: Secretary ] 4M2
City Boulevard
:: 'Cocoa; Lee Mac Donald ofSharpci State $50.Contributions. of) Indian River City $10; Gene of Merritt Island $23; Suzanne Contributions: Robert E. Expenditures: Qualifying fee Huu: (]silie, Florida County from Ihe}date Florida of tint within publication ohm month of

Frank Wooten of Cocoa C. Roberts of Titusville $10; Scott of Merritt Island $23; Northcutt of Satellite Beach $890. _Arr5.__ 15, 22. it i Wed) ISMU thla notice el no the came will be
; ; : Mary K. Par barred.
Koch claim demand
; :lloward Eskalan of Merritt Island rish $100.Delelte. Buzz Adams of Mints $20; Bob Priscilla E. Von Colditz of Mer- $400; Richard E. Smith of Satellite Contributions Thomas R. 1" % Tllr.: e I sits IT ('\I( RT OK TH I-: be In manner and form or aa required moot

; Wm. Letter of Merritt Is- Grant of Titusville $10; Florence litt Island $23; Gertrude E. Can Beach $100; Mrs. Jimmie Waddell 1000. .%"TIt>la>> M>"K(1)1(1\1.BRK;> .tHIl drill( UI>IT,>T'". by law.UEOROIAN Ct'YLER

"" Rock- Foster of Titusville $25; Geneva non of Rockledge $25; Ernest P. Caudell $75; Barbara Hedgecock rIORIDl. A. Admlnlitratrlx
[land; R. B. Sydnor of Republican ,ISEItO: ><.. IMAM CROFTON.
:Hedge; Mrs. Edith Berger of National Convention Smith of Titusville $25; JamesA. Scrivner of Cocoa Beach $25; $50; D. Weizenecker $20, SariC. Tax Aststr IN RE: THE ADOPTION OF HOLLAND BREWER 4

HTCocoa Johns' of Titusville! $5; J. C. Richard Tillman of Cocoa Beach Craver $25; Irma W Hedge- Clark Maxwell I I (ID.m- PEGOY ANN McKLWAIN!: ants ... O. Box OIlS
Carl Grelshober of Cocoa; Mrs Richard Muldrtw (R.p-) SHERRY: LYNN MctLWAI.V,, Tltuavllle. Florida
Roy Estridge of Rockledge and Penton ef Indian River City $5; $25; Helen C. Willis ef Cocoa cock $23; Robert E. Shoemaker Expenditures: Qualifying fee BY" Apr. 8, as. 22. 29 (Wed.) 1984
J::, Expenditures: Secretary of State : ETHEL R MCELWAIN _
...Al Bishop] of Cocoa, $1 each. $50. Mr. and Mrs. Bryk of Titusville Beach $10; Agatha Stoddard of $10; Ray Sells $100; and Wm. N. $600. MM lit. IN liE: Eatate of

$5; Jack Sutter of Indian, River Cocoa Beach $10, Marcia A. Martin $20; all of Satellite Beach; Contributions: Clark Maxwell TO: MARTHA ANN. COOK WILLIAM HANLEYBURR, .dp.ceaied .
JJTotal; $2,097.James ._ Contributions: R. B. Mul-! 8J7: Crabtree Ave.Oweneboro alao
few R. Dressier (Dem) drew $51. 0 City $9; Pearl Powell of Titus Wuetthoff of Cocoa Beach $25; 1 I Johnny Morris of Albany, N. Y., $470; W. G. Bertsche of Melbourne Kentucky IJurr known a. William If

;::Expenditures: Secretary of State ville ?2; P. D, Lafe of Mimi $5; Venie C. Mather of Cocrfa Beach 'I' $25.'Total $830 4 Beach $20k. JohnArello 41mt YOU a Petition ARE HERKBV.barn bnen NOTIFIED filed' In the NistiCE TO CRKDITOR'

Jack Elliott of Titusville $5; $23; Mrs. J.P. Lyons of Cocoa Roy Warner (D.m.-) of Detroit, Michigan $40' Frank above Myled.. court by'' ETHEL, II. All credltora of tho eatate of
$60; Kery-Martm Signs $15.45; Me EL WAIN, ode WILLIAM HANLEY BURR deceaied -
:':Direct Line, Cocoa] $125. Total Sheriff George Nidy of Titusville $5; $5; Eugenia Hobbs of Cocoa Expenditures: Qualifying fee Wolf of Cocoa Beach $100. Total PEOOY ;. NforhE'10 r onI.'J: .. are hereby notified antI re'quired
James L. (D.m-) Beach $20; Mrs. Mildred Harbof $375 Alch Studios Bre $630. SHERRY!: LYNN McELWAIN. mlnora. to file any clalmi or de-
Drawdf $2060
--$200.43. Wade and Alice Smith of Eau ; ; by the Petitioner and you are' manda which they nay h.ve again-
::- Contributions: James R. DressIer Expenditures: Qualifying fee Gallic $5; F. J. Schafer of Titusville Meiritt Island $50. Total $550. vard Printing $182.11. Total retaulred 10 aerVe a copy of your lit aald ..t... In the. office of the
Clerk .nn.1' or obJoctlona tG .how canoewhy county Judge of Brevard County
J:: of Cocoa $500; Wm. H. Scott $650; Gene Alexander $150; $2; Joe Canzano of Titusville $577.71. Of tald Petition should not. be Florida In the courthouaa at .-
Circuit Court rranted on the for Villa Florida within ala calendar
Floildn Business Service Contributions Warner attorney Petitioner -
--of Cocoa $100; Al Broderson of $5; Marian's Dress County Commissioner : Roy CARL L. THOMPSON JR. month. from the data of the tint
Olerritt: Island $3950; John A. 80; Bass Printing Co. $230.88; Shop ef Indian River City, $3; District 1 $800; Robert Neff $50. Total Curtis B a r n t s (Dim) 25 South Magnolia Ave. Orlando claim publication of thla sauce Each
Expenditures and file the original on or or demand muit be In writing
:j-'Goldberg and Richard W. Kaig- Brevard Printing Co. $$9677; R. O. Ravell of Titusville $2; Cent charts (D.m- $850. : Qualifying fee before the 11 day of Mar A'D. 1964. and muM atale the place or reildence -

*i :4ien% of Merritt Island, $100 each; Hardy Sign Co. $10; Walters H. H. Hilton .f Cocoa $5; Pet Expenditures: Qualifying fee Robert A Scott ( Dtm.) Expenditures $600. Circuit In the Court.offlct of the Clerk l of the; ; claimant and and pout-office moat be addrea worn.. of to the by

; Larry Brown of Cocoa $15; C. Sign Inc. $60; East Coast Lumber Hartung of TiUisvllte $2; W. M. $375 Bievard : Qualifying fee $375: ; Contributions: Curtis Barnes Herein fall not or a decree pro the claimant hi. agent. or his atlorn..y. -
; Printing $268.37; $1,000. confeiio will b. entered agalnit or It will become void, according -
W. Martin of Rockledge $25. $79.11; Country Club Ser Colrmnn of Indian River City Kohler Sign $370.80 Titusvilfe Alono Studios $10..30; Florida I you. to law.

f Total $879.50.Virgil vice 15243. Total 224699. $3; Joe Rowe of Angel City $3; SUr-Advocate $215.38;; Diamond Business Service $209.60. Total Tax of WITNESS mid Court ray In hand Tltuavllle.and the Florida. acts April REdna 7, 1964. Minor Burr

Griffis ef Angel City $594. 0. CollectorJ. thin 7 clay of April A.D. 194.COURT .
Sch.nck Jr. (Rep-) Contributions Bink Carrollof George Publications Inc. 15389. Total Edna Minor Burr, Executrix
: Contributions H. J. Scott of D. Nash (Dim) ( SEALICtYRTIi5 ) SV John T. Baron
and the following at $1 each: :
of State $2; R
t- Expenditures: Secretary Melbourne $50; Howard Nail 138544. 1 BARNES John T. Raron. attorney for
Donald A. Clark, Lucille Melbourne $535; Robert Atwaterof Expenditures: Qualifying fee CLERK OF THE CIRCt'IT toeeutria. P. o. Box LisS.
$60. of Eau Collie $50; Dr. James E. Contributions: D. Gene Rob- $600; Titusville Star-Advocate COtRT NINTH JUDICIAL Tit u.vlllo. Fiorltta
Contributions: Walter Laso- Sewell of Melbourne $100 Dr. C. Blua, Churles Crawford BUt oils $2,450. Melbourne $50. Total $383. CIRCUIT BRKVARD Apr. 5. 15, 22, 29 (Wed. ) 1964.
; McLaughlin W L. Creameans, Guy M. Brtwsttr (Dtm.! $58.75; Brevard Sentinel $68.40; COUNTY FIORIDA.
Ijctk of Rockledge $100. H. Albritton of] Eau Gallie\ $50; Ed Kitties (Delft) Cocoa Tribune BY Bertie Hall D.C. I > Till: ('O| "Tt .I, Die u'taSill ;
Willie Mae Crawford Anton Expenditures: Qualifying fee $50.40; Daily Apr. S. IS. 22. 29 (IW..d.. ) 1964.TICr HT l > .IMI FOIl PINtS SRI>
f" H. W. Dr.wdy of Palm Bay Expenditures: Qualifying fee $375 Brevard Times $63. Total $840 ('O U >Tl MOKIIM'
Blua. Mrs. Marguerite Oglesby, ; Printing 6906. > ) : OK. ".':
Stat Representative $250 B. E. Davis of Melbourne :\IITI( h; lit ( HtDITOKSCHAiJNCEY
:;. ; W. O. Chisholm $375; Art Signs $242.24; Titus Total $444.06. Contributions: J. D. Nash NOTICE Id HEREHY GIVEN IN RE'ElTATE
N. L. Morris ,
.. (Group I 1)) $200; W Bryant Adams of] Melbourne ville Star-Advocate $56.25; Di.. $850. that pursuant to the Final Decree
Joe Camel, Jim Lowell Michael Contributions: Guy Brewster of Foreclosure and Kale entered In of
Jamts H. Prultl (D.m-) $100 Cecil E. Platt of rnond Publications the
; ] $261.62; cauie pending In the Circuit
$375 James Peaks of Palm
Hadwin Jack ; Bay
Hadwin Lorene
Court In and for Brevard
,* Expenditures: Secretary of State Melbourne $200; Billy Ray Lewis Cocoa Tribune $16.80; Melbourne County fleceaaed.
Sutter Bob Mann all of Indian $75. Total $450. County Judge Hot-Ida, nasa docket number C7737 ;-
?:$80. of Indian Harbor Beach $100; Times $18; Glen Pink Ads, $3); Milton Me G rath Virgil B. Conlcling (D.m-) Kret t.r et al. va. Gro..m.a. Alt crertltora, of the Estate of
River City; (Rip) et al. the underlined Clerk will CHAUNCEY SMITH d eeeaae d. are
Contributions: Jam e s H. Sam Campbell of Melbourne Brevard Sentinel $19; Busy B's) Expenditures: Qualifying fee Expenditures: Qualifying fee tell the property ua"d In aald hereby notified.. and required,I to file
I=. Pruitt $176.90.How.rd $150; R. T. McClave of Melbourne E. H. Hope, Robert P, Driggers Printers $309.26; Bohannon $820. county described at: may any clalma have or demands which they
$225. Lot. 11 and 12. Block 15. COCOA naln.t aald entile In the
..: Warren (Dam-) Beach $100; Pat Kellyof Virginia Driggers Sharon Studio $23.24; WRMF $195. Contributions: Virgil B. BEACH St'BDIVISIO.M. accord- office of the County Judge of Br.-
Contributions Ronald Conk-
: Rath- log to the Plat thereof. file vard County ..
Wila Frazier E. H on Florida within .i
Expenditures: : Secretary of State Eau Gallie $50; Lorry Driggers, Total 155341., bun of Eau Gallie $500 Tom ling $1,000. In Plat Book 3 Page 64. of the calendar monthi from the date of
". $60; Robinson Office Service of] Haga of Melbourne $50; John Driggers, J. R. Beale, Ann Contributions: Ruth Kittles ; Public Recorda of Brevard the flrat publication of tbla notice.
Donovan Each
of Melbourne $500; County Florida claim or demand must be In
{:::cocoa Beach $141.46; John Kap- Cas.ady of Melbourne $50; Jim Beagle Lottie Wisner Pansy $89850; W. A. Davis Jr. of In- Robert! A. Conner of Eau GuIle Small Claims at public aale to the hlcheat and writing and moot elate the place, or
Wmoka Ronald Land Mrs. Rob beat bidder for caah at 11 :'IMI A. Mon .. realdence and poet-office addreia of
char $47; Brevard Printing Co. Drawdy of Melbourne $250; dian River City $100; C. H. Harrison $500; Floyd Groo of Orlando Court Judge the 2IUI1 day of April 1984, at the the claimant and stoat be aworn
$43.57. Total $292.03.Contributions Kelley E. George of Melbourne bie Harrell Margaret Hill Ralph of Titusville $100; Herbert Cecil Rosier Front Door of the Urvvard CountyCurthott.e to by the claimant hla agent, or hi.attorney .
$500; G. R. Reynolds of Eau (Dam) Tltuavllle, Florida. I or It will becom void
t : Lenoie Warrenof $100; Lamar Gregory of Melbourne Sdndira, D. Lemon, Lee Thorn- Dillard of TitusviHe $100; John Gallic $250; J. W. Woodson of Expenditures: Qualifying fee Court seal) according to law .

Satellite Ucach $100; Leo $13; Margone Harmanof berry, Don Hopkins R. W.Pratt COlIn of Titusville $200; Lee Eau Galhe $250; Bill E. Davisof $375. CURTIS CLERK! OP R BARNES THE CIRCUIT I 1964.Dated thli lit day of April. A. D.

"Glasser of Cocoa Beach $10; Titj: ville $25; Hugh Pinion of W. W. Willie, Nrs. Wm. Cluer of Indian River City $100; Melbourne $250 Adger Smithof Contributions: Cecil Rosier couRt /., Olgt A. Smith
Lcnore Warren of Satellite Beach Melbourne] $10; James Morraeleof Paradise, Martha Dawson, P. C, W. Danenburg of Titusville Eau Gallie $200; $376. By Bertie Deputy Hall Clerk I I of E "Chaoncey,;u""x of the Smith Eitate, rieceaaed.

:i' $120; Stanley Warren of Miami Eau Gallie $10; Frank Wol- C. White Della Lanhen, Mary $100; Milton Richman of Titus John Topper of] Eau Gallie ;; Apr. 8 (Wed. .) 14 Apr. 5. 18. 22. 29 (Wed) 19414.

$50; Toni! Steptens of Kensington, cott of Melbourne $35; NormanJ McDavid, John B. Johnston ville $100; Robert Keel of Titus- $200; Elting L. Storms of Mel .

..Md., $3; Mary Gainey of Jackson Eliassen of Melbourne $25, James Driggers Jack Emerlck, ville $50; Jack Freed of Titus- bourne $200 SildS R. and Edna

Miss., $10; Paul Warren of Tom R. Bernitt of Indialantic W. D. Spooner. Mrs. E. A. ville $30; Don O. Sands of Titus. Crees of Eau; Gallic $100 T. "' '

]} Miami Beach $25; Bernard Warren $5; Patrick V. Saponara of Falkenst'in, R. W. Elkins, Mrs. ville $50; Tom Yoder of Cocoa Maurice Rouede of Eau Gallie; SAVEWhere

*. of Snug Harbor $25. Total Merritt Island $10. Total $1,985. R. W. Elkins, E. A. Falkenstein, $33; Stanford Robson of Cocoa $200; Jail M. Mullinix of Eau

$343. Frank M. Smallwood (D.m-) T. Scottl. Blanch Futch, Nettie Beach $33; Jules Lechner of Gallie $100; Margaret Whitehead *
Herschel K. ) Edwards, E. H. Driggers, O. Titusville
Mays (R.p- Expenditures: Qualifying fee $50; Lewis Rogers of of Eau: GaBle $100; Vie

Expenditures: : Secretary of State $650; Brevard Printing Co. M. Bratcher, Mrs. Laura Bor- Titusville $25; Al Trafford of Zelazney of Eau Gallic! $100;

$CO. $601.68. Total $1,251.68. gergan, G. Hadwin Charles Cocoa $50; Fred Settle of Titus.
Jerry Freed of Eau: GaBle $100; Your Dollar
and R. Bratt ill of Ti-
Contributions: Herschel K. Contributions: Mrs. Frank M. ville $18. Total $2,061.50. .

Mays $70. Smallwood $600; Frank M. tusville; W. S. Austin (Dtm) ]TltvtviH ( FltrMa) $tar-Advcatt Works Harder .

Smallood $300; William L. R. E. Brinks, Ernest! Lambert. Expenditures: Qualifying fee 1.1.: ..... sPubitibid-

State Rpreientativt Sirrpson of Eau Gallie $100; John Mack, of Melbourne; Bud $37; Titusville Star-Advocate ...d.,*, I and Grows Bigger!

(Group 2)) Boyd Richaras of Melbourne Harris of Minis; Mrs Clara S. $42)) Busy B's Printers 13777. 1".........,.* at Frl .S.Win.. H. rioundtret (Dim) Dick of New York City; Bob TttuiTtll starA4TO -
$185; E. G. Campbell of Eau Total 55477. ,,"10; at., Inc.Al '"
". Expenditures: : Secretary of State Gallie $50; Mildred S. Dorm of Ross, Paul McBride. Romney Contributions: W. S. Austin '1 Th. .tar.Ad.-eat. :

"- .60. Eau Gallie $50; Pat Kelly of Eau Allen, John McCarty M. C. $300; John Beach of Titusville \]. M "al.Bulldlnf! airMtTUnrvtllc NO I' FOR THIS

:. Contributions: Wm H. Round- Gallie $50; Marion S. Cannonof Redfern, P. G. Hill M. P. $100. Total $600. artso., Fl*. t YEAR'S '\

j-Jrse $100. Eau Gallie $25; Alan R. Frye Scaggs, H. L. Roberts ef Cocoa. Melvin. E. Ftmtr (Rep) WAIT \::. 1110'HIGHER
Henry H Hudto*. Prt.Mr .. RATEIT
John Q. Murphy (Dom-) of Eau Gallie $25; Patricia K. Total $889.Clyde Expenditures: Qualifying fee *. Haul C. H d> .B. V-P. 0. '

::Jxpendltures!: : Secretary of State Christensen of Eau Gallie $25; PI r t I. (Dim) $225. .. Robert H. Hodioa. ..crTrtil.MBVBEBl .

..60; Tiffany Studios $464; Bre.Qard William J Homer of Eau Callus\ Expenditures: Qualifying fee Contributions: Melvin E. FetJ J ittt'oBd.cIa.1. pontaf. TiI4 .t ?ftuu'P115.

Printing Co. of CocoaJ2J16523 $25; Alvin H. Parry of Eau $630; Busy B'. Printers $277.- met $335; Ed Ushire of Cape florida DOES-MAKE A DIFFERENCE WHERE YOU SAVE .

Total 22990. Gallie $20; Joseph M. Haney of 88; Loudon Signs $200, D. andS. Canaveral $1; Wm. Ryan of "*.(.. "r... .*: .._!. ..

M Contributions: Dave Inman of Cocoa $20; Nellie S. Patton of American Oil $3.40; Tltxiaville Eau Gallie 50 cents; Edgar A. *' .!!...I KrittOTtelHtrrr A_..... !

::Merritt Island $10; John Q. Murphy Eau Gallie $20; Mrs. William\ Star.Advoeate $30; Mrevard\ Adams of Eau Gallic $1; Wm. H. H..d..... PvbltihvrRotor !: RrstPeAerat $ "

** of Merritt Island $100; Bill D. Cunningham of Eau Gallie Sentinel $49.78; Cocoa Tribune MikesrH of Cocoa $1; NerrielGood 0.*.H....HitfMn.AiivcrtMa. .HdItr5)vI4 Mg r.WIIHam ing$

J::Iurwood of Merritt Island $6J; $10; M. H. Sears of Merritt $30.24; Daily Times US; Threl-- of Satellite Beach $3. Q. Lywty.: ClrcvUllM Mgv.tsbacslptIo. .

-Mary Lancaster of Eau Gallic Island $10; Wm. D. Cunningham keld's Station $63.73. Total $1- Total $341.50.ib.rt Rim.PC .. I land Loan Association of Titusvilto

Z310. Total $185. of Eau\ Gallie $$3. Total 343.03. )R F. Fetatr (Dtm.) CariO.r I.Zc.i1b
B. W. Grady (Rep) 1520. Contributions: Clyde Pirtle Expenditures: Qualifying fee Tr $7.5' S Ma $4.ii ..aM SLit Downtown Ofilc Indian River Branch

:xpenditures: Secretary of State Tillman B. McHenry (D.m.- $1.350; Elbert Smith of Mims $375; Gregory Photos $9.7'; Br Pp MaC is 54aa WASHINGTON AT MAIN US N. COOUINA AVE.

*""$60; R. W. Grady, travel $73; Expenditures: Qualifying fee $100; S. Barrel d Cocoa $100; vard Printing $39.85; Diamond Yr. 41.110 S Mo. 1a.1IO 5 Mo. U.OO OPEN TO J DAILY ALSO 4 TO 7 FRIDAY DIAL AM 7-111 PLENTY FREE PARKINGI!

;JULeShore: Co. of Scranton Pa.. $650; Agena Reproductions Mrs. Clyde R. Pirtlt $400; Ed Publications $247.39 WRMF OuUldt.. Florid. Current Dividend Rat Compounded mlAnnuallyP.
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April 8, 1964 Tlhisvllte (Florid) Star Advocate Pagt 3
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Regular S3.9S to $12.95

ALL ONE (plus
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"The Store With A Conscience"BEAT
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Bill Nobles 1 S LE _'


ALL NEW 1964Wv
Service Mgr. At! CARRIER

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Bellon Pontiac
66 Dacron/Cotton Material mack or party
Bill Nobles, formerly of the ___! .__: : :. While Plastic Palls White or Solid Colors Beg' 77C
East Coast Body Shop will serve 12.0:. Reg. 19c each Safety Belt 1.19I
I Pad Laundry Baskets Reg 1.93
S3 service manager for Belton Alfc GONDITJ0NER I I INSULATEDTUMBLERS I
Pontiac. Bill, who Is very well Rattle. UtlMty Tubs BRACH'S CANDY
known in this area began his Tie CordBT 2 for f $$3.00
duties there March 31. J1- e Waste Baskets ORANGESLICES E
2 for f 25c

lie has 10 years of experienceIn f111111111111111111i1111111111111I11n'nniiiiii' i i i 11IU,11111m ll lll :; $$2.99 Drain Trays
his field end Is well qualified f m l I Storage Bins L I E
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Ins. lie is married and:I has one l 1111 Freezer Boxes
Official U. S. lljs-
Child. iiin 111111111111111 III111111CI1[III11111111 t :::11I11111111 /,1 Army Color Food Savers HALF L F Sglb.. 2 3/c

his Dill old stated friends that to he visit wants him all at of II 1111111111111111111111111111111111111!I'i!11111111111111111111111,! !!:t iIII II t tlllllllll I PUP TENT : PitchersTumblers SLIPS S S

Belton Pontiac and that he Is always "
willing to meet everyone llilililil1111i1111lllil! lrl !1l1!! !1,1 1IillllI111
and help them in any way lie ( If Green All Weather Pans 44. Dacron Polyester

can RULER "58" Plastic 32% Nylon 24'% Cotton
ASSORTED 7'x 4>Y x 33" Many Other Items
JAKE IT HOME... 5800 BTU KITCHEN I All Part. Included Small Med. Lge.
Cancer DeathsIn Values to 89c D

INSTALL IT YOURSELF ONLY TOOLSReg. just $$1.29 IS$1.00 r. $
Z/C] ) 2 'for 99c :
(County Total eND SPECIAL 39c / ea. Economy Polyethylene -
179 11-Quart

155 In 1963( ,!Cools Comfort". Air" Conditioning -f'7.. \ JUMBO SIZE SCOTTIES 200 COUNT PAILS I L S
,filters, dshumldlflvilVCisytolnitill \ t. .r.1
During the year of 1963 B -O-Mounr1t' I ctr7c capiclty! input indI In .
\ imp, >nd'wall .r.aJustpluolnep.rst BLAIRHAIR I F 2'w77cf
total of 8G3 deaths were recorded NcMA ewlh.dueura.byd
on ,
.. .. In. N.hona' F4alrl.
for ell of Brevard county Of Nan er d house currtntl eol M.nm.nuwr.Mtocauon, .
this total more than 17 percent PRINT
or 155 persons died from cancer. SPRAY f u 'S-T?
The provisional Information AUTOMATIC APPLIANCE
was obtained from the 1963 Vital Yr
Statistics Report of the Florida SALES & SERVICE TOWELS E L S Regular 98c Regular 19e 't{
:State Board of Health and the INDIAN RIVER PLAZA ROUTE 53 PHONE 547-I93
compilation of cancer fatalitieswas R.g. -', 66c' .r 66c lieLimit I iB ?.
I Issued this week in a spec- ,
al report made by the state of. MATCHING WASH ASSORTED
fice of the Florida Division of CLOTHS Limit one, please {four, please

the Tampa.American Cancer Society in INDIAN RIVER ST.< 19c TABLE [lAMPS

Windbreaker Portable ICE TEA ASSORTED 38 Inches TaU

cancer This that is special still the on report death the rate also increase from disclosed (! exalt) DRUGSINDIAN BEDPILLOWS CHARCOALGRILL L TUMBLERSISOs. L E KITCHENCERAMICS C Assorted$$4.99 StylesBeg.

from 7719 deaths in 1960 to a Site
provisional total of 9470 deathsIn RIVER PLAZA RT. 50 I. R. C. Swirl DesignRegular I S
1963. Total deaths recordedfor MONDAY / I L L ISc:
Florida state-wide, during INDIAN
OPEN Pitchers and Bowls
1963 was 53,543.According THRU '' Qc ea.Matching .
7 SATURDAY : + Full Hood Salt and Pepper Sets ::: 9)/

to a Society spokes DAYS ROUTE SO 9AM-9PM Fold Up Legs 80-Os. Tea Pot.
man, an estimated 17,000 new Washable, Drip Dry
7 Shredded Foam Filled 3 Position Chrome Grill ICE LIP Coffe Jan ;t
case* of cancer will develop in INDIANRIVER ,.
SUNDAY Floral Print on White Others -
the State during the coming NITES CITY 9AM-6PM Reg. Long Handle PITCHERSRegular! E Many ELECTRIC

twelve months. Based on past I, 8Sc 69c4c fteg. B"B-Q LIGHTERS
1.00 : 'for
estimates, most prevalent new Reg' 8gel" 2 r 99C Guaranteed 1
follows l l.- $$2.99 year
cases will possibly occur as 100 FREE TV STAMPS 4.98 975 Watts
cancer of the colon and
,, created in the Revlon Super Natural .
rectum, 2200 new cases; lung 1' CARYL RICHARDS S1 99
1800; breast! 1700; uterus; 1400,: TROPICSdesirable HAIR SPRAY .
prostate 1100; stomach 750: t ? ; DUTCH MAID "Just Wonderful"Y
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l leukemia 500. 1
$$1.50 '. "YES)
"It is not our intention to alarm ',) r HAIR I
citizens with these somber stat ,. J
Istics," the spokesman said "but IIIJ... .. 50 FREE TV STAMPS 9 ) I SPRAY
we do feel strongly that the general ...wwerr. Squibb 100's ( 'r-
public should be made wet v PRINTHANDKERCHIEFS -
aware of the serious threat of ASPIRIN59c 1 12-ds.:: Box 130z. Size
the disease. All of us should
face the facts. We should know < Reg. 9C Reg. 49e 20QT. FOAM Reg. OILLETTE FRAMED

about cancer's seven danger iLl1 ..-'J..,? 15e 98c . 77 PICTURES
.signals. We should realize that :O: ICECHEST I C E
regular checkups mr.y; detect ; Extra HeavyMINERAL 39c la" x( 22" 99c

cancer prompt early proper enough treatment so that can 1 L OIL r C E S 12-Pc. Jade-Ite U" x 30" $1.66-

be made and help save lives

"During the American Cancer everywhere pis. 19c CLOTHESHAMPERS E S 1.49. . 99c LUNCHEONS L C : .
Society's 1964 educational and Jeon Groham' tropc-! -she tr
fund.raising Crusades, much cosmetic were created for the
can be learned about cancer feminine woman who cores Colgate Family Size ale 3.0UOAM SET ;
about the effect of climate'
and what to do about it. It is TOOTHPASTE83c .
our hope that all citizens will and, These waihtr. cosmetic on her never complexIon "go- ICEBUCKET E 4 ea.plates,cups, saucersBoxed (!!j ,..,.'
obtain cancer education literature dry", cok or fad throughout Vinyl Kushion-Koated Covered with EmbossedQuilted .
which is available without th.day.What ever the weather
I cost and that they will contri hot,dry,cold,or wet-,he./ DISH DRAINERS Vinyl C E T Regular 1.98 LADIES
best delicate skin.You'll With
bute to the fund-raising Crusade protect Salted MixedNUTS Snap-on Silver Seamless
to that the Society's cancer lov. the t.nder-touch of cosmetic ware Drainer $ $ 44 Nude Heel
*byfrfrAa ar $4-99 $1]
C control programs can be expanded n.a. S1.33 6 Reg.39c 33c
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t .Ida BUtutM. W3, nolle U blrlbyI
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f la rrflmrr with the Llrr'i: nt thei
Circuit Florida COt .1 far fktltlou' Urevard* mm County.at"OEL.KAXD ., I DELMONICO STEAK .o, $$1.35 WIDE I () E
,: whl": b h. Intend to en.a.r In baa. MONDAY

Intn* !I.In the Brtvtrd.ol. owner County of tr-Ilorlfll.II :. Hid.. T-BONE STEAK 12OZ. $$1.65 STORES COMPANY O 28TH
I any bu.lne.s Iniermt sad th no.r1 other.. p.m'ft b. THRU
f lI.lld l ibis 20tft dat of March.1M4. _
M /./ Lanny II Orlfand. Each served with French FrS... Salad. Roll SATURDAY Indian River Plaza '"T'SUB ANNIVERSARYOPEN
L.nny H Oflf.nd and Batttlt' Coffee1 l
,. DRESXI.ER. THORfHN ft. !' or Tea. Indian River CityWednesday '

Attorn y fI Rtflitrant. I I' 20c SERVING
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Page 4 Tltuivlll (Florida) Stir Adv

i 'round. town I OrganizingChapter HereTen

charter members .
?.r f I lit

/ FD/tA Netoe And Notel Will barbara cart Titusville B.P.O.E. Doe> "prt,
/ oNortA Breroardr Phon 287 3394 of z signed up l last Wpclncsdd\ ,?

rang at an organizational 11". '," n t

Thcitro-gocrs are in for a ing an old pro In little theatre to attend and requested to make held at the Titusville 1 II"! l I I I'

neat this weekend when Ti work and always puts on a fine their reservation with Natalie. lodge. The Does are pr ., ipY,,

l { tusville Little Theatre presents show. Denis Is new on the Gardner at 287-0829 on 01 before contacting the women of th.. Flki I

a repeat performance of the Mage, but his performance had April 21. to sign up the number of IIJr.

-- --- -- popular musical, "The King and that certain air of professionalism ter members required for "hll.

Ladies Auxiliary I I" on Friday and Saturday at 8pm longed for by many. Bobby E Turner, son of Mr. tutlon of the drove.

Card Bob Pickering as the Krala and Mrs James II Turner, 804 Urite of the .
Dessert To Fire Holds Sophie I n) ''I 10
Dept. Audiences thrilled to the brilliant noire was perfect in his part as Orange Street, is home recup- Does! will be at the TI ..Ile

Y InstallationThe musical score by Rodgersand were Champ Waring as Sir Edward crating from an operation: at lo'ge; Saturday, April 11 i I."?''n

Party Date tolihe! Hainmeritem last week Ramsey and Cecil Baileyas Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital. 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. for the 1"1"1! "
Ladies visitors
Auxiliary Gtton Needless to Among Bobby's many
Capt. of answering qucs'ions and I
\tld end, aptly the
: by
very sung
Titusville Fire Department say all U.> lovely wives of the at the hospital were his brother ing up additional charter i 1110, 111.
talented members of the cast
Draws Near installation of officers and a cov King sang just as beautiful as James Jr and family who were bers of the drove.
A delight to all was the "Marchof
trcd dish supper Saturday they all visiting here from Gadsden, Ala.
April 4, in the TitusvilleUtCFire the Siamese Childicn' when looked Interested women of th, I I'ks

the III hn River City Wcmansu Station. many of the King 74 lovely Grace Thomas of 113 Thorn- are invited to stop by tin I ,"I,p
Current visitors in the area
I : is: busy with pans for its ,
olivet skinned your ters were Christen on Saturday and add their 11.111"\, ,,
Uesseit Card I'arty The date Is b Installed as officers were: Introduced to Anna (Jan Kit are Mr. and Mrs John. Van ton Ave and John to the list of charter menthe !". r 'If
Wednesday: April 22, from 8.00 lenny Kieffer, president; San gore). Baren, sifter and brother in-law were married Sunday morning Does.
until 11:30: a m. in the Comtnunin J .1- dra Kaiser vice president Kay of Mrs. Ralph Purrott, 19 North in Georgia; and are planning a
; Other highlights of the first
Kooin of( the Citizens 1'.uik. Williams! The Van Bar en's delayed honeymoon later In the
Murray Finch,
secretary; Myrtle act the schoolroom
Tickets ere $1.ui I each are scene hail from the Hoosier state and fcummer
.. treasurer and Marguerite Drown, where the children first learnof I created the
affair is 'Co-ed' gals in
This: so chaplain were accompanied by their two
and guys make up your tables a beautiful: white miracle, charming little Poodles Penny The Pink Ladies of Jess TROPICSdctlrablc
Named to tile board of directors
now and call Mrs. W. G. Young, tnow, and the King (Roland Mar and Susie The Van Baien rish Memorial! Hospital par-I
were Agnes De GeralcLj 3 shall) and Anna have the first
,67 58JT to make reservations if their junior '
plan a short lisp to Flagler honoring
Sear Orpha Gregory, 2 year
serious clash about promised
you desire. did Lillian Miller $ a Beach and back here before returning the Candy Stripers I with a
Mrs Ben Flink, Chairman! an 1 year. \ "brick residence adjoining the home to Gary Indiana luncheon Saturday at the Chan-

ioiiiic that !Mayor\ ft:: KItties Special speaker and guests palace"; Anna's angry retort to tld cr. The Candy Stripers

Wilt lt' a t icbt tf honor: and .' minded I \ Millard Finch, speaker, the King. while she Is alone in Committee members for the are teenage: girls interested in

(raw for the: prizes being offered H' Gene Roberts: Aril Cuy Mir' }her bedroom finds her "grov. American Association of University till medical field who volunteer

The (.rawing: will! be at approx MOD AWARDS Mrs D 0 Kieffer is shown at left as David Covintton Father terg. ling on the iluor like a toad." Women's to work at the hospital along I

mutely !9.3U p.mItie she was presented an award Irons Uc.ni. Kobtm North workshop on
usun and Chief Jim Drown M June Cat tcr, as usual was with their senior sponsors b> I
parliamentary law will be work
special prize of a matched Brevard Chairman for the March ol U'men, for hu work Gene Roberts tremendous in her poitrayal of the dif
presented a keyto this helping patients in many
ing week the
piece bet of American Tom liter as Indian River City' chairman (for the Mothers Marchagainst Penny Kieffer as representative Lady Tliian, the Kings number registration lUt to Interested complete ferent ways They! are a fine I jt
Luiage is: on display at the : polio She vas presented a gild( key with the of the Indian Hivcr City one wife Her more serious will be group of girls aid are certain
Indian River Drugstore in the letters "MM' Roberts also credit Mrs. Lts Rich- contactedto
gave rendition of
area Cancer Crusade! !MIS Something obtain of those to follow quite aptly In the wonderful t
and ticketsfor plan
Haza names
Indian River aids, North Brevard chairman ot Uu Mothers March, and Wonderful' as well the
Clare Simms as set down I
< presented! dona footsteps by
it are available until Aprl) a ning to attend the April 25th t
Mrs Robert Young, Titiuville Chan'man. The jie.tn-) comical number, Western 1' 1
Ion to the eo their the Pink
president for the predecessors -
22nd:! Mem trs will have tickets event to be held: in the Tltusvillo
tatlon was made during the Titubville Fire Department pie Funny" brought the house
available at all the banks during adieu Auxiliary emergency\: \ High auditorium Mrs. Per: Ladies
Auxiliary installations ceremonies Saturday nijit.-(S-A down.
evening hours en Friday and wagon. berta Lconardy of Miami will* everywhere I
Plazas on Saturday and in varu Photo) Newcomer to the stage, De induct the workshop. She is Recent visitors ofIr.! and
The winners Graham's iheer
in a drawIng Jeon trop c-
'. places I for the next two anda for dour prizes were Gene lines Ncdimyer as Tuptim, was nationally known in this field Mrs. Robert J. Carpenter and cosmetics war created for the) ,

half weeks. Roberts and Jeanne Larson. one of the loveliest gifts a King and conducts workshops allover \ family, 67 Gardenia Circle, TI. feminine woman who caret h
"All desserts will be home could i ever receive. But we the country such as Atlanta tusville, were M Charles Kelly about the effect of cllmoie'
following the installation and
made" Mrs. Rose Mitchell, found her heart belonged to another : where her next one is ofGlenfiell, N.Y.; Mrs. Marjorie and weather her I
Chairman "There will be large supper dancing was enjoyed.All in the beautiful song "My scheduled llerron of Avon, N.Y. : Mr. and Ion.' .

.electrons of homemade' cakes members are requested to Lord and Master" Teaming Mrs. Clarence Wilson of Chase dry", cok. or fade throughout I
a bring along a guest at the next the day What ever the' weather
anJ coffee: 01 tea for you to en. I meeting her lovely voice with that of Ray New of;icers for St Teresa's Mills\ N.Y.; John Sheets of hot, dry' cold. :wet they

joy with your card game. Lcdford, (Lun Tha) the young Catholic Woman's Club will be Hoischeads, N.Y.; Mr. und Mrs. belt protect' delicate skin You'll I
Make your .aloe up now ands couple received an outstanding installed at Fred Hogan;: of ivcrpool, N.Y. ; love the tender.touch of COI-
a banquet April
tickets early We look C.YO Group Attends on and Easter house guests, Mr.
your ovation for their renditions of 23 at the Chanticleer Inn Marie 1
fcrwarJ to seeing an-1 chatting 'I Have and Mrs. Claude Willard and i
Passion Dreamed" and "We
Play Vevcn will be Installed
Wit! you on April 22." said\ Mm>> Kiss III A ShadowOur ". sident as pre. children, Lanny, Randy and Lynn j.Jfw-
Fink. .six Gardner as of Chase Mills! N.Y. (Upon being
Twenty members of the hats off to Denis Mahanas president, Anita Brown, told the Citrus Tower was 22

II C Y.O. Group from St Teresa s Prince Chulalongkorn and secretary; : Mary Moquin corresponding stories high Randy Willard, Just INDIAN RIVER ,

Twiri-A-Will.S Church traveled by bus Saturday Wayne I lu Ignis as Louis for secretary and Yvonne turned 6 years old asked his mother REXALL DRUGSIndian Jl

Square Dancers I to attend the Passion Play In their top-notch performances in Morctto, treasurer. All How many pages are River Plata t

U I lake Wales They had dinner at the musical Wayne is becom women of the parish are Invited l there n 22 stories?") ,
Hold Session !Howard Johnson's enroute
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."1' Accompanying the group on
Tho Twirl-A Ways Square
the trip were, Miss Marion Me
Dance Club had the IHC Civic
Evoy, Mrs. McEvoy Mr. and I
'of C n_er t.llci! following with six the squares 10th Mrs. Joe Rothenberg Mr. and FIRST TRY FREDRICKSYOUR

'.. '", dancers: Mrs. Walter Ztcket,:' Mr and

class session Uht t Friday night. "- .... Mrs Currie Chauvin, Mrs MSlgnorelli ,
thin ricUy a workshop .
Beginning .
\ .II'
members ..J .I. -6 and Mrs. Courtemache FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE
session for class

and club members will be held FOR AUXILIARY Mrs. Clare Simms, right chairmanof

from 7;30 to 8:00: p.m. Regular the community affairs committee of the Indian River Tri City Garden

club dancing will follow, contin' City Woman's Club presents a check, representing nearly Club To MeetThe TERRIFIC SAVINGS IN EACH DEPARTMENT !

uing until 11:00. $100, to Mrs. Penny Kieffer, president of the TitusvilleFire
The workshop sessions will Departmnt Auxiliary to go toward the operating ex- Tri City Garden Club will

continue,," for several weeks and penses of the Auxiliary's!! ambulance( -A Photo). meet at the home of Mrs. R P. I

all who wish to brush up on ftemsch, Old.Dixie Hwy. Thursday ONE WEEK ONLY Reg. 1 1.99 GIRLS' REG. T,9f DACRON

'I' your square dancing are invitedto Theta Omicron Chapter Holds Meet Mrs April II L' ,9th Turner. at 2:30:as eo p.-m hostess. with. BOYS' DUNGAREES DRESSES S E SALE 4 4.00)

the workshop and to stay for $ 00 . .
dancing Theta Omicron Chapter of was entitled Introductions and Miss Dorothy Brown's program Blue, Green and Brown $1 1. t;

will be "Birds that come to my Sizes 6 to 12 . . MISSES SOLID COLOR JAMAICA
Between the lessons and club
Beta Sigma Phi met recently at Invitations and was presentedLy garden.

';"dancing held to decide a business whether meeting or not was to the home of Mrs Grant Callo- Rohminn I\In. Slecman and Mrs. L. CLEARANCE TABLET SHORTS 79c PAIR 2 FOR $$1.50 '

Final plans for the 190-1 LADIES '

: lease the Jaycee's new building. way.direr Crusade were presentedby All members were reminded For Banquets and Parties $$1,00 MISSES REG. 1 1.W ACETATE, TRICOT, POP TOP
for meetngs. Al Bender explained Values
: : Service Chairman, Mrs. Bill u' the Kickoff Breakfast! fur the DRESSES
two plans of leasing it WHISPERING HILLS BLOUSES I
S & 2.00 $$1.44fiJ.
dub through the TI. SUenum The four area chapters Cancer: Crusade which; will be . . .
: -tusville as a Recreation or Department are spearheading! :his yiur' '. 'In Id for all workers Saturday COUNTRY CLUBAM III :

S drive, and Theta Omicron is canvassing April 11th, at the Moose Lodgein
' It was unanimously decided to 7- 221
the Indian River City Mi DM.
C lease the building and a meeting .___ n ___
' .. with Jack Miller, recreation area ft

director, U scheduled for Thurs. President Mrs Paul DC mole MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE t

: day evening April 9, by board announced the annual Founder's ? IF PERFECT 1,93

' of directors of the club to consider Day banquet will be held on SUITS BRIEF I & PANTY if :

..: Recreation Department April 30th at the Koeklulge

sponsorship. Country Club. GIRDLES I L E S
Wllh 2 99c
-- Pair
: Following dancing, the board . .
... of directors held their regular Treasurer Mrs. Dave Mason SLACKS ',
: : 'the I reported that a check for( $23000 !IwiU JtIdt/ T VVU-VVAT I
:.meeting nominating committee REG. 3.98 =
I Compo al 29.99fO'R
: repotted a elate of of. be presented to Dave Mytrjif PROPOSITION /

... facers, which wi'l! in turn be UK' I-iurh; Bievard Heart ./ TOWN' .s GIRDLE I L E $$1.94
:: presented? April 10 to all members Fund in the near future This i C/) $$19,99 . !
Cb with the election to be lurk presents the profit from '- WEAR

: ]field! Friday, April ITtli the recent Sweetheart Ball held I .

.:'. Graduation for the present tor the benefit of the Brevard -- -- 1

class will be held April 24th, Heart Fund The Central Brc '' \\ I

.-. Mtrnbcis to yard unit also received a check
: are requested keep REG.
fur $2 0.tJO. 4,95 LYCRA I I
these dates in mind I
I The program fur the evening t BEAUTIFY YOUR BATHROOMI LONG LEG

.v.blue \\ IOO-.COTTON CUT PILE =
ENVELOPES Bublne Sizes The .
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:. Make>> it ,1'o85lblo to Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp chip RUGS GIRDLE I L E ;

for mailing Full stock at Star
:. Enjoy Eating

f SMORGASTYLEBUFFET Advocate. seen knit in Vogue. + Solid Past.ls $444 $$2.99 I

135: ....... ..... S 5x6Sle . "'fR.g.
i. OPEN DAILY 4:30: to f p.m. ...' .. 1'Kcsturky blouson silhouettein
SUNDAY *- 1:00: p.m, to' p.m. Arnel
::: lewd Mondays !( fried huk4R,) A
triacetate and nylon its
R -
,. TITUSVILLE I ... waare e ... D slender REG. $6.95 SHAPETEX
t.ft" it lltrlcn 5.a Math L.a.. . E cut t emphasized by 1- 9.33 Viscose PlU
.. N narrow stripes and fine S' BRAS S
11:; A1 !Ron Upside$ .Down at Request of Advertiser I RUGS I . . Sale $$9.99
woven t tucks. Black, brown, $a 97

t f white. 10 to 20 ; i PROOP
+ .
: : and IO'/jfo20'/2' 22.98 3.4703.2 for 6.00

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Also Other Famous

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April I, W4 TlfvixllU (FUrlda) Star-Adveeale Paso I ant surprise en Filter: Sands the fl't-pel* iehiBii the sera

Her sister and husband, Mr and hoard at the local LJttlc Leig'i

-P Mrs. William Uoswcll, Invited llall Field. They also removed!
her to their home in Chuluota for the cement block wall behind! the

a u, dinner and when her husband back-stop and replaced it, potir
carried her over there at 3.'imp inS! solid concrete to make a
t m the table was beautifullyset safer back-stop, NV W James
for 22 guests and the was Sr and 1 II F Harper wen on
welcomed with a "Happy Birth hand and furnished the proper

t etr day to You when she walked in. tools 'for the Jeb.Coqulna.
Tuesday the 31st of March being .

her birthday, her relatives
and friends thought it would bee PTA

good day to surprise her with a The Coquina Elementary P,TA .
dinner and party. A lovely turkey met Monday evening April

n t m and ham dinner with all the 6. to elect! officers for the 1J64 "
trimming. followed by rake arid 15; school >ear Kenneth Stuck-

see cream was enjoyeel by all. ey was elected to serve as president .
Everyone: had a good tune. Mrs Wilma Davis, 1st

; i a "1P+ --k d vice president: Luther Rogers,

T..".-Town Club 2nd vice president; Mrs Leona

: ......... McKinney treasurer, Mrs Gayle
Tien.Town Dance last Saturday Swingler, recording secretary;

r S. yd I _I II FAREWELL PARTY Members ot the I rorrwcll) Marge Finny. Chris Webber, > night at the Civic Center Mrs Sue Coleman cor secre

i IRC Woman's Club honored Pat Laulef' ItMnette Martin and Juanita Young Back was a big success with 112 teen- tary; and Mrs Stella Zirnfus,

with a farewell party >[oq day evening> et : w Ellen Sleeman, Peggy Gray Peggy!:/: agrrs: present. Mike Jennings historian.
a+ae the home of Mrs. Bal'baraJlunnall\ .I"11',">btii:>, Pat Edie Pope, Ediehchulek! from Moody Air Force Base at Mrs Grace Smith, head of the
eat were left to right. f tint row ) Barbara Nunnally Valdosta, was the only serviceman music department at the school,
4 .. present. The "Count presented a delightful: program
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'a'l' IXjwns", a local band played for The Faster: t Parade Stroll wa*

N, the evening.Chaperones, done by Danetle) Parker. fohn

Robert Touehton, Deanna (Combs
fur the evening anal Larry lee
were. Mr and MM Bob Tindall
I, while Lisa McGlone
,and Mm Millie Coehrane, Adult
( ty ,f4 John, Ilarnhill, Twila Calhoon and
!guests for the evening were Mr.
13ett,1. Kanely Itlankenshlp represented
and !Mrs James Finn, Mr. end
Y Stage II. Stage,: III( was repre-
y a, 1k Mrs. Ed. Merriam, Mrs Hazel
M rented by Shelly Doverspike
Ashley, Mrs. Rrtty Ponds and
I Billy Conrad Phyllis Greene,
Mr and) Mrs Tony Sdldano During
A and I'aul Shade
: 1 y intermission, Said ann talked The
.1Q tt to Hie-/ teenugcrs! Several of the Stage HI chorus was the
f- .
__ ;, .--... ..... "'t-._. '... __...._w tee-naRers: Inlnxlured( themselves featured attraction These boys
anal girls entertained
REFRESHMENTS SERVED Mrs Richard Club building Chatting with Mrs Van In Tom and asked him questions with i variety of songs Including everyone

I Van Horn, chairman ot the JWC Horn are from left, Mrs. William Hull 7. about different/ problems which folk se>ngs. spirituals, and 1
I A Community Affairs Dept served refreshments man and her mother Mrs, F. E. Rugger the; police furcc( might encounter. rounds, A high; light of the eve

t : to the numerous guests attending from Oxlord [Iowa -- (Carlson Photo). .I, nine:: was their demonstration of

t, the Mother Qaughter Tea in the Woman's Senior League resonator bells. After doing a
I number, the students pasted the
I (oast Saturday afternoon at the bells out to members of the
k- Little LeuKm\ icM, the Senior audience for their participation.

Mr, and Mrs, Harold Canlitld and. daughter, Peggy League managers elected their Members of this chorus include
It t respective rosters, Janis Adklnaon/ Nancy Back,
Indian River South Titusville Happenings The Manse team, now renamed Vicki Boyd, Nancy Brucker.

the tuna" picked Up 4 new Sharon Davis. Kathy I lenon,
layers I, for a 11: man team madeup Dully Lindsay/ Sherry Plate,

T- at feillows: Jerry Kimlsch, Patrice Shire. Linda Tackett,
Canfield Is LL Gary Hart Philip Flmore: Dav sad Jonn Hill The male section
I II UmpireinChiefWe l Iii
I DnvN, Gary Maneicl! [ ('tin lib Mir A(Ida i r. Rodney( Blankenship.loin .

introduce to our nadir and ;ncltmi.: : ready In this work but it Is safe to nay tint dome cum, Danny McAllister Pat 'row, Jimmy Guppenbcrgcr .
a f t / the Canficlel family of 7U3: Glade thee'eiire: to thank William $100(10( would ho cleared for the Ryan, Kenneth Graham, David David Hudson, Kevin Lcm

: I !Itoail! The head of thin;! family, Struler Ion Pepper( and old benefit of the! Scholurxliip I.oun Webber Tommy Hill Managerof marling, Kevin Phillips, Robert
(Ms 1 team is Jim Sunders,
\ II Harold Canfiell, is Umpire in faithful Orion Kxlme: for helping l Fun I eif this Dub and I for nroeloel Prestim. Miihacl Richards Den
II I f itI Chief of IRC'i Little League: UP with I the heavier articles repairs antI renovation nf applluneis John Savarie of the Cardinals nis Ringer\ Paul Shade, Stanley

I and his wife, Alia, and their daughter In the afternoon( the ladle's pie In (the roinniiinily kitchen picked up 5 new (players' to emu, Slinrek, David Sweet W* lry

I II Ia .: Peggy: : have been res!. piirid[ the hieail, salad, mill net un item that li very nocestury. plelu his 13 man team, as follows Ten I, president of the group
I I dents of' tills city since 1'iSS! fr the tables IMpm! were ray After the meal the Indies of ;: Itieluird Wisby, Hill CWUhy and, Richard Woerncr
Finally they lived on North Coquina the club pitched in to clrnn John Savarie Jr., Thomas
Stearns. Mary Sliby < l'n' illt'l1tl), up The Ilev Itonald Holeler .of
Avenue, but, nt lliroH. Diantha 1'irtle, Jennie Gentile; *, and here again: the nun helpel.hula Thompson' l Dan Collins, Lnne V. the Church of God gave the devotional .
says. he wanted a better homo, Muriel Cirahuin; V'rnrleVau! Iteieivcr' ('ly evening. Tnii
I I Ij Ill Ati av and! to he bought a lot at their gun; Catherine HellpenMell! Johnny Can/ano and Joseph Sla Larry W. Wells, July Spears!, was (fnllawel| hv a number of'
II present location ant the family Lillian Karhtrtf, Doris Hoover/ by help In the dean III| and the Dave Me Knight: Tony Mflelrum, crnimittte reports

I tat down and designed: the home Mrs. Boggy: Milelre-1 Welly rilluh : idles 1 tender! their thu Ith. (FredSlialer III, Nolan, R. lineli The Saturday movie will re-
they wanU I. complete with carr. I lireedlove, thol: Atkinson, Kick Uarrett is now manages":
this with
j slam Saturday a movie
f for and, b' ut, anti of the Colts This U one) of tho 2
porte car > a Irene! He,slioff and Pat Canznno, beginning at 1:30: Parentswere
: 4 H Leader's Meeting pm.
ti new teams that will be fieldne|
backyard swimming pool Their and I these Irliis I
ll !? same hi'lpt North Itrcvarel 411 Leode-ri this season Ibis team remits reminded/ that all these
home is beautiful and I pr.ietie.ul during;! and] after the aupper.Uther movies have been ncreenetl fur
nut at the home of .
recently of: Butch Barnes, Kulah IliirKVSS
sL :2F..rl1l: Harold works for Douglas Aircraft l ladies who either helpedor gull! family viewing;
r"--1 w Mrs J. Sljliy for the monthly I: Steve Uarrownian, Bill T.
at the Cape and! has been brought edibles to the civic Dates 'for the P.T.A. sponsored
[louder Training silent!log.) Tim (Graves; Kilt! Mitchell, Itoy Mai
MAKING CORSAGES Mrs Clyde Mai- Garden Circle, From left are Mrs. Mai- renter were Mildred Wul.UI1: wash announced. This
-- with them for the last 6Mi years, project! ( for April I ii on Itcrreatinn alt, Stark McAllister, larry Kat car wire
son, treasurer of College Park Garden son, Beverly Flower, Mrs, A R Maney, He has been interested in bate Aria inrlKlit: Eva; Heibo and and Entomology.| They discussed lift, Mike Sehmntzir Hie-hard K: function will be held at the In.
' Club in Orlando, demonstrated various Mrs Charles Tumey and Steven Flower ball till his life and says that for Agnes 1 Decrald! the inrthexl of reading the Johnson, Mike White James C. dian River I'lara opening and at

techniques in making artificial Orchid cor- -Carlson( Photo). the hat 33: years he hat bun This supper was well advertised honor. roll of the 4 II girls to find Z lnmf'rnlan. the completion of the clean up

\ sages at a recent meeting of the Ixora active In this sport In Ohio", to be open' to the public al out which of the girls l I. eligible: week" April U and May 2.Refrcdhments .
where from lie At the present time, no man of cookies attd
they came wan a for Leaders
6:110: ) p.m, From 5:00: p.m. onwards cump present were.
semi. Harold bitter knownas acer has hem appointed<1 for thp"Twins"
'White Elephant"Sale pro the crowd began.: to lineup Mrs Luther Mall soil Mrs, W coffee were served following,' the
I IRC Civic AssociationTo "Barney", says that he hail for "kpatjliittr< !During this GilUnwatrr of Slime; Mrs Mr. Dave Sanborn hiii meeting
SaturdayThe all the umpires line I for all been the Scout and has done th
up James Kshelman and Mrs. Kenneth
period, 5IJO:( ) to 6.IJ((), Mrs Hilda
three for the selecting for this team. He might
leagues ensuing Jcffcrs of Whispering Hill
Cowart of Titusvillc, an officl.ilof I
Home Demonstration Club Hear County CandidatesThe He also li interested in stay with this team till a new
I'ride", addressed the ladies end Mrs. Kenneth Tipper'( of IHC, Ken & Keith Malcolm
of Scotlsmoor will hold a White bowling and has a room full of) manager can be found. The! teamis
present and told them what the
Elephant" sale Saturday Aprd, show for this new and these are the players' Announce The
regular meeting of the Brcvard County offices inviting trophies sport objects of her organization wire From Buffalo
11, starting at !9) aim and lust Inlian, River City Civic AssocIation them to attend the meeting. He held a championship( in Ohio When the doors were opened nt Mr and Mrs. :Maxwell Taylorof Carl Bandy, Mark Brown, Jim Opening Of

Ing till 3 p.m nt the home of will be held on Thursday, The public Is invited, also, to several times. 6.00, the line of diners filed Into Buffalo, NV were recent vN- Guppenbrnter, Jim Hart, Hugh PARK AVENUE

Mrs., Edward Hast on US 1. April 9, at 8 p.m. in the Civic hear the candidates::! and ask Peggy goes to Parkway Jr. rapacity, and almost to the Itlln of Mr. and Mrs Gltn II 11 II lIe: II, Steve Knomjian, Dennis

Items will be displayed on the Center Carl E'Cline, President, them questions Each candidatewill High School and the whole fain lust, there was a waiting line. Richmond of Coquina Avenue laSafie:: Hem Mullitor, DuncarMcDrlele BARBER SHOPAcross

front patio. Proceeds will go to announces that invitations have have a time limit depending ily are numbers of Trinity It is estimated that some 130 Taylor was former manager of Tom Plate, Ted Tin
the Scottjinoor Volunteer Fire been sent to all candidates for on the number attending Lutheran Church adults and some :JI) children were the Employment !partitient of stall Ken Walker, and Denni From PlrMo PUia

I: Department, which is badly A very brief business meeting fed during the time from openingto Republic Steel Corporation in Weaver.
needed In this area with the increasing will proccdc the introelue'tie>n of ridge Party the end of the supper The Buffalo, soil KUhmoml was an Y'ALL COME

population and new Golden AnniversaryMr the gucfcts All members plan to Members of the IRC Woman's capacity cif the civic center hall employee of that Corporation/) for Work Party Air' Condltlontd Fr.. Parking

homes. '. and Mrs. Walter C. !Mel atten1!I Refreshments will be Club building group and I Home being limited, it waft virtually a many yearsSurprlit, -
served, friends met last Monday, oeniiig case of eat All donations. such as cluthing, con, former re idents of Titus. at the home of Mrs Barbara towards the last when the diners In Chuluota Max Young, kid! Supervisor

furniture, nick racks, 01 what-. Mile. will celebrate their 50th Nunnally 212 Pine Street, air could I have'yous, will be greatly: apprrciated wedding: anniversary r mday Bayview P. T. A. two purposes They wanted to cupcakes and cookies with time I'ineela Drive had u very pleas Rick Barrett Saturday relocated -

i and ejacuy: picked up April 19th Their children arc Holds MeetingThe play bridge: and any proceed te) spare. -- --- ----- Druq Store
\ by coding Mrs not, Ztf.23 derived would go towards (the The ladies desire to thank the
v'' Mrs Allen, 267.OU75:) or his occasion with an open houseat regular meeting of the
I Club's budding! \ fund! Land has first t Christian Church of Indian/ KELLER MUSIC COMPANY Jewelry Dept. Specials
:, Futch 26'..08t6f their home In Pine Castle I Biyvlcw Elementary School l been given to this Clun by the River City for the loan of their Budget Account &

f;:, I P T.A. was held Monday night, County Commissioner! and one new chairs which helped scat On Melbourne Causeway Indlalantlc Lojr-X way..!_Wslcsni
of their moneymaking thin m m
April 6, with Hen Bushy, Jr., so many more persons
Is bridge the could have been! seated PIANOS & HAMMOND ORGANSNEW
playing among at one .
Safer Way presiding The Pledge:( was ledb Ii" st eisasaet sywker..eweird
members ff> the Group time with the normal of
IS supply
There a .. Busby, after which he asked USED Umtui 'c"tl''
The second, this chairs at the eMNn Weak .. Himiltwi' ,
pllllM'MI|> c our civic center
i a ft, : nio-nents of silent prayer TITUSVILLE CALL) MRS. MORLEY, AM 71381 Alter J P.M. II-
Green W.Irh.n, Hellrea
farewell Lillian
gathering was a partyto Karbcrg and! Catherine
CigarettestI Y in of INDIALANTIC CALLI MRS. HAMACHER PA 3-4340 ..k.
memory a gnat hero, Gen gin, Discs end slier r
to Smoke Douglas MacArthur. one of their group, Pat Laul lldlpenstell' exhibited to the pub. t.nNw _k" t.. eeeleeeer.
;: etta, who, with lien family la lie suits and dresses made dun ....wile...

I A business meeting began leaving this city. Pat hat been log the Tailoring workshops, revered F......i TRANSISTOI
with the slate of o.fleers read (be Publicity Chairman of II" shoes, planter mold. plaques,
If You Ar. Conctrntd About th. U, S. Surg.on-G.nrtl'" for the coining year They are; Woman's Club! for the past year plastic tray, marble jewelry ,; asChambers RADIO
Smoking/ YOU SHOULD USE/ .. and has' done uplendi I j jot! .
a tending
t on copper a gravel picture
:bhtldon Brown, president; J. D. w' ._..... .''u 'PY'_...... H'-
Nash Jr. vice president; Mrs. pine needlework and a marble I. -,.. ..M.I.MMN,
WATER'ACTIVATEDDISP09ASLC Spaghetti. Supper plaque, lIst male/ by membersof EXTRA
DJLqRill.por(( [ a ter Al.ce f'ooli2nd vice president; The I IRC Hume/ Dernonslralioti thin club In their varied workshops HEADQUARTERSforth 1291SPECIAL
] (1 Mrs Earl Davis, secretary Mrs
: ;
LTE" TIPS Club members worked with a These exhibits were lour
Pat Whita er, tieasurtr This
will lad Monday to act up their eating/ and excellentIt 10 TRANSISTOR!

REMOVES UP TO 91% TARS slate was voted upon and approved Spaghetti supper" as Idverti etl. Is estimated! that the total a +' WORLD'S ONLY RADIO
to be
installed at at the Early Monday, morning found, take lot this spaghetti/ supper

90% NICOTINE May meeting. Pat Ciinzann, Sue Humphries/ would be around $18800 but li a ELECTRONIC TIMEPIECEChambers .,," .......,-. 5k... "'11"- sod
UP/ TO '
t AND jilliam Irene Bosholf. /
Busby then introduced Mrj Mane and monies are still outstanding, the EXTRA,
at work lIttt(tin the tablet' bills for edible ACCUTRON'acrmea 14VSKCIAL
FROM AMERICA'S FAVORITE Cert Gas*, County Council president ; up to be paid SPECIAL
--- -- --- -
as guest speaker, whet -
J 1j CIGARETTES (filter or plain) tpoke on the Council officers anu / b, BULOVA : CUUURIOPEARLS

I their dudes, expressing the importance I LEARN EARN !

PACKACEO' 10- of working to i tlier tMCtVlf W f l |0l Lcrode.MYW Oar.Nlr e.kh.I. a.Nw.'aA
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lj GOOD FOR 200 CIGARETTES. .. T'4p' It* mectuirf wjj tJO: !!' d I with Courses r, a.Meiiis.t .Ya pMMr' *wnto, < .
-- -- refreshment being i. reed by 19"
Spccdwriting Shorthand
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Jewelers IM InvitationsFree OSS

gift for Just looting at wedding I COLLEGE "Jtwtlry If the Beer Kind" TO 12.95 OW.dn..d.y
sample book. Abo anoouncements I I I 2 Registered Watchmakers f p.rt Watch Repair
napkin, th.nk.You j 1528 S Washington 287-1181 CHARGE IT AT CHAMBERS
nXs: Informals. etc., 2671773

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Kr niwrf I Nelfers Still Unbeaten Swimming Teams

.. ... With
-- -- --- --- Split 'Dogs
Terriers Whip r' a 1

I / ., Titusville High School boys I if"' .,'I I "'("ml .nrt. als!., a se...

Ilowey Academy swimming: team managed to tie c'n pnni' 1, ..11'Till" I
Melbourne midway through >' \ i I,. intcred( when

tomb HwaSaa SpertiUfcr their meet Tuesday but the Dull Smith II 1111 i Hi ion vard backstn -

Yesterday 6.1 dogs proved strong in the last k.' and I I Ilh: i+ hanan won a third,

As everyone probably knows by now, this writer is four vvrntg and beat the Terriers h'lw \l'r the Terriers were still

from Oklahoma and very seldom did we cross the Mississippi A rather long motor trip to ..,w-::..:. 17-38 while the Titusville girls' four punt> behl lIIelboume

for any think while living( on the plains, unless it was foot- Ilowey.In.The.Hills proved Justifiable team won :SO( .45: then turned on the 'horses' and

ball Tuesday as the Titusville lLJ.rte Jim Ingram a transfer student took first t place in the 400 yard

from Niagara Fall! New York free suit and eight points 'ht r,
We did /get. a surprise however yesterday while checking High School tennis team won t r,1 8 t, wam a 1 1:16.7: 7 to win a first won lust In the too) \.ird,' breaststroke
their eighth consecutive meet of
I through the morning moil, and that is a boy from Titus- place in the 100 yard butterfly giving the Bulldogs "+ 12
the this time
season defeating
ville is playing on the first unit at Furman University, and Austin took I second which point ]lead tlclhnurnt clinchedthe
Ilowey Academy 61
Greenville, South Carolina, in track tied the score at 26-26 with only meet with a win In the 200
All members of the Terrier (Uo events remaining in the yard: free relay.
Bob Holmes, originally from Pennsylvania now gives band were victorious except Diet. meet Titusville! picked up a third

Titusville as his home town, since his parents, Mr. and Mrs erle, Titusville's number one In the 100.yard free style with Coach Sue Thnrrus cute team

William Holmes Jr, moved to this area about three years man, who lost to Allen\ 8.1 erase while Melbourne won a swept l IS points in the' openingtwo

ago. events and jumped oft to a
Doyd Wessinger downed Chris. J5" 15 I lead
Bob, a 22 year old senior at Furman is participating in ty, 8-1; Poole beat Butler 8.1 Mvrl point, Hi

his first track season) and according to various reports he's Mathison defeated Kuenz, 8-4 and Space Teams Win ., rnrmryli.ii

doing/ well. He placed fourth in the Florida Relays at Gainesville Sturchio :hog rare! medley r''ns :Mclbourmil
won over Lopez 8.4. I >..vl.-.... Ha.lrnl.<.. 0uAln" H.rn
In the javelin competition with a throw of 175 feet, In doubles competition Dieterle Mh'llII. 'I'liu, Ulle ,11.01, I,,"i- -"n M ird
and also picked second the Citadel. In VolleyballThe Itllmin, I 11..101. Tin. I'.
up a against and Wessinger beat Allen and :J J'M'' i yard free atyl. 11"1'.1\' '' ,T)
Others from Florida listed on the team were Pat Anderson Christy 8.2; and Walding and .farbt-r. i 5111). Rurnhlll ,'1'I ,, Time
Jacksonville; Richard Gianmni, Winter Park; Tommy Mathison defeated Lopez and Rangers and Polaris teams yar.l free ulyl. inn 'h iT),
\Vullt-n 'All,, tied III' r-i, k'U"1f
Kuenz 8 0 won first-round victories! In the
Thompson Orlando Lake Wales and Dick .
; D:1Tylc., : ; (1M. Time: :2TWI
Wales ol Winter Park The nettcrs picked up their City Volleyball league this! weekend :hut' yard InlIv..I",1. im.lb, \ In.
eighth win of the season backed and arc! presently deadlock. IIIrOID ..1'1. I'h,'r. ',1t I.. W..Ik. ,,.i ITI.,
with no losses and( remain nl in a tie for first place. Hiving II.>llmn in .1M. Krllar
Titusville's only undefeated The volleyball teams opened (ITS .
JW 1''HI' yard hutlerflv Ingram ,T),
team. competition In the City of Titus- VunAun, 1M.( An i o, ,'I'I Tlmet,

Rules, regulations, do this do that Bah 1.N stile Recreation sponsored lea. I'IK 1110.7 yard Ire style villen 'IM),

Seems as if life is one big mass of regulations No follow gue last week and will play on Kane ,VI, ('rm.. I rim. 1 III I.
Kill yard! bin k..r"k.' "mllh1'( ),
by the rules no play. Rogers Outboard Saturday evenings: at Tltinville tioviom We learned of a new rule while! at Whispering Hills .r I High School. lilt .
1. 4'HI y.nl frco .'tyl<' Morton IM),
Country Club recently, while talking with Burl Crabtree, '' Polar! took the first set of Joad.1: | ). llnrnhlll IT. Tlm a'U6.
and that is "two fellows can't play out of the same golf Displaying New &1; '" .. their match against the :Mariners I..., ynnl. b..t.'r.k' rtirt <11\1).
-' 4, .._ M., 1 KiMliir iTI Tim. I 2I I IJINI
bag. with an overwhelming score of : yur,I 11" '. rein SlrthnurniIK.n. ,

Now this would be a problem, two fellows getting insideof TENNIS TEAM Pictured above are scheduled meets. Kneeling are John 15.4, however they had to come man( )*: llunvllp Mdunic|. illllith.Kllmrr. Aui.Uo llolu..
Homelite Motor members of the Titusville '' School Poole from behind to win the second II,.plum and milih i Time t SO_
a golf bag trying to slam off the first tee What Burl 'High and James Dieterle and standing l.lrl. ,

was really getting at, "the rules say (I don't think they are tennis team the only sports team at THS from left ale Jimmy Mathison, Boyd Wes- sit! 15.13.Tht' :eel yarl. medley I relay Tltuavllla

according to Hoyle) two people cannot use the same set of Rogers Outboard Sales and which remains undefeated. The team has singer and Chip Sturchio S-A( Photo). Rangers: moved into a first <:Miller) ; ,MHlbiiiniHi M,'('arthy. .I.R"1f>'k.and Wlnton Carlrent

golf clubs while playing golf"Now Service is one of the first dealer an 8-0 record and has only three more place tie by defeating City of TI. lc.hr and ftoY..I.) Time. iWl: ..
tusville, 15.5 on two sets :'iXI yard rrri nvlr P Morloo.IT
ain't that something in Florida to display the new ). Mcllriim Ti. Oarrvtl 5M( ).
"A of teams need addltlonal .
A guy buys a set of golf clubs for $150 and he can't even Homelite 4-Cycle 53: outboard couple personnel and the recre- llmo K) yard: i:W fret* .'yl. I. lit....,.,

let his partner use them. motor. 11'11. Carlnun' (1)), 11..11 IM04

Actually, this is a very good rule, one that we had never The new 55 horse power Home Slim Pitching Staff Hit tit Ion to department the welcomes any. The 31)0, : yard 308 Individual' m dl
one join Saturday : : I'lOJ.t:
heard of before. lite offers lots of power along D'navan (Ml, Farmt>.
league, City Recreation Direct. ITI' Tim' 1013:
with economy of operation l>lvln. Ht.wart 1'11,, King (IT)
Some fellows (like myself) might as well pitch tent and or Jack Miller said. Crannr.ll ITS.) IHMI

camp on the fairway, it takes them that long to get "This engine actually cuts gas Playing this weekend will he ynrl liiillrrfly;. D Donnrai*

to the green. That's the way we play, slow and and oil cost in half when you the Rangers vs, the Mariner at 1:251(I51O.: 'Miry ('fl. lltiyd IT), Tlma.:,,

in all directions. However, that's the reason for the rule. compare it to cycle outboard of Hard As Terriers LoseTitusville 7 7 p.m, and City of Titusville vs INI yirl butterfly Morton. Ian* .1'1> H..II)) i Ml' Tim. 1.11.6.
With two people using the same set of clubs, it takes foreverto comparable horsepower," accord. Polaris at 11:15: p.m. liMI yard imckmnk' + Mlllir (IT>?
darrott I IM) lii-rk MI;) Tim* 1:24: fl?
finish nine holes or eighteen, because they're forever run- ing to Joe Rogers The primary 4iM. free style (

ning back and forth and yelling "throw me a sand wedge". reason for the Homelite economy High School's slim Coach Morrell Bailey two run a triple and scored nine Red Cross NamedBy 6:01\K: I'I\. ( ",. lloyfr (I"\IJt: -:-

is that unlike ordinary out pitching staff was used to its full starting pitcher and a short.stop UK) yarl tirnanutrok MfCarttry*
runs, on six walks and four lilt*. Alaska Gov. IT P. I.whr; V Tarrla
boards, there is no gas-oil mixing extent f ) ( ( ) (SM)7TImci .
Tuesday evening in NewSm'rna all missed the game due to injuries 1'37.7.
Its automotive type engine has an Titusville scored three run in 2,10 .
Ire >
Beach but the Barracudas and measles and Brad yanl relay MilhnurnoWlnlnn
Gov W A. of Alaska has
Egan ( Cummin. Purrett, !>ou -
independent high lubrt their half of the third innln "
We're always ribbing Doug Barnhart about one thingor pressure still managed to score 12 Taylor a junior who haan pitch. Issued a proclamation designating .In; Tlluavllli I iMaihrnry, ('rnitti'll .

another. cation system that circulates: runs, nine of which came in one .' ed but,** portion of one game all Knowles and Comparator led ofrWlt'hIi the American Red Cross as Tim.. :lit 2 II.v 41.7.ant. Uonlon, ). Tlnta*
filtered oil. Since; oil '
Barnhart goes 6n the theory that ft takes only 11 men to ion Is nil this ronsumpt inning to beat the Terrier, 12.4. year, stlrted nn the mound. Tay singles, and ogham hit another the official disaster relief agency::
practically ,
make a football team five to make basketball team and saves lor hurled fine ball the first two single that drove in Krnw to deal with problems of Individiml .
substantially on
nine for baseball. lies correct. Something else he's always operating cosis innings, holding New Smyrna to lei from second base Bingham families stricken by the recent Pee Wee Golfers

saying the size of the school makes little difference in hav- "In addition", Mr. Rogers con Four Track only one run, which scored on an and Comparato advanced on an earthquake and tidal( waves

ing 11 good boys or 11 bad ones When Oklahoma got beat tinned "since it Is not burned asa error error and Hart walked loadingthe He urges all contributions be

last :year by Texas in football our only excuse was that fuel spark plug fouling is clim However, Taylor was relievedin bases Bingham and Com para made to the American lied' Tourney Is Set

Texas is a much larger state that has over 900 high schoolsto Inated and combustion chamber Teams Are HereThe the third inning by Tommy to both scored on an error. Cross, designating them Disas,

choose from while Oklahoma may strain to have 200. deposits reduced to a minimum Thompson, followed by Gary Craddrck pitched an eight Inn ter" since so many Red Cross Pee Wrc' \golfers from 3.15

"Bah makes no difference how large the school is, it's all in This pay off in operation becauseit team that nearly put the Hart and all combined were ableto ing no hitter against New Smy chapters receive their funds thru yean! old/ will see action this)

the team," says Barnhart. eliminate the smoke and exhaust clamps on Titusville two< weeks close the Inning but not until rna here early in the season to United Fund campaigns, ails summer in Orlando as the ISthi

Glancing over a release from the State High School fumes so common with ago is In the missile city today New Smyrna had knocked a home win 21. the case of the North Krevard! National Pee Wee Golf Champ-'

most outboards" along with two other teams for a County Chapter, 209 Oak St., inimhipi /net underway June 2321 -
Athletic Association, we noticed, Hialeah Coral Gables, .
Rogers Outboard Sales and four way track meet Cocoa. at Nil Pinar Country Club.
Miami Southwest North Miami Senior and Miami Seniorare
Service Is now offering free demonstration DeLand, Florida Military Acad --- '---
the five largest schools in the state, that is with the larg- rides to anyone inter emy and Sanford are at Titusville Bowling/ NewsEarly Hardware! and I Cats and Digs, Former chimps Andrew McConnell C:*

est enrollment of boys in the upper three grades. ested in boating. It is located on High School this afternoon 1002Hulwwlat.r. 5, from England, Lanny
All of these teams manage to come through with some Garden St.Heavy. ui.ndtn.a' "nn In.laudw.l..r Warlkins 13 from Richmond, Va.;

sort of team especially Miami Senior. They have an en- In two previous meetings, TI. N.Nft.. 1 2 r.HIS" .... ::111'215 and Janie Fossinjjer, 10, of New

rollment of 1617. tusville managed to overcome Risers 519 tint 1 Natlimal. Hank 11II U'' Wilmington, Pa. are among (ho

As compared to Titusville which has approximately 512 Spring DeLand, however, the Bulldogsseem NMiMlltiK. Unn l...| Clue..n...r.ulk Inc Ch.\I'nh' 49 49 U:nI. Pee Wee veterans scheduled to

boys in the upper three grades, it would be considered an to come through with plenty High individual game: Ruth IIf..M.King Sin> a Nil U' 6J Jo; Hh fiTi rlatmIMu4 tfinlwiraHalUn 44(0 49'( 96 6014 compete again this year accordIng -

upset of the century if we were to beat them in tiddley of second and third place winsto George 192; Rachel Clifford 159 Titan 'I IV. '. HI 51IIhu.ln' / -altiir MuloraMlMllft 4-I,' 5040 to t tournament director VV A'..

winks Schedule Set! compile enough points against High Individual series: Ruth ,.....110 Pour 451 4.1 %, TuH HJ' II' root) Motor.T Moore. 44'it 4N'1I'' 89'35',4"" "Bill" Cairns

Listed as number 12 is none other than Cocoa High the Terriers first place winner3to George!! 487, Rachel Clifford, 445. Old llalla will 3Ntfc T7H' Mutual In.. 41 4)ikurban ) The annual golfing event porn
League banquet be held
School. Sporting a population of 1153 boys, Cocoa is ranked make the competition even High team game: Jokers, :332 April 11, 7 7 m. at the Torch Ht.", ...' Hlor.Irnpan. 41 4J.*. 4 41'-]'4 sored by the Greater Orlando
All of Titusville spring sport p
near the top while Titusville is way down in the list. No. 66 tougher. The last meeting, Titus High team series: Jokers 1487. Club. wash. 40'H UHI..t. Chamber' of) Commerce and Mine
will Into this Moral 415> 44
teams action
only three figures above Satellite Beach. Titusv'lle and their swing ville barely escaped! with a one Splits converted: Ruth George Tom' I'..nul. SI! 411f ute Mjld Company, features live
week end, with two of the teams half point win, 6665'a' over De 3.10 Joyce Pavlck 3.10. '.1a l Une. 31) 49
; divisions, with separate com
opponents are about the same, excluding little ole Oviedo, leaving town and the other two Nelson Ins. League 11. e' U MMu 116..*. 4N'-4 ago
which has an enrollment in the upper three grades of only Land Florida Military was also ", ....,11... w'en t.,1n.elir. .(Sfch-opoliun' rife' Inn: iintt;, 4M'. petition fir boys and girls
In Titusville to bum .
remaining entered in the same meet end 14 In" (WNVHoa In* 14 MIMay'
Titusville Is to have
High Individual Rose expected
75. Yet, Oviedo to the Terriers a run for their game: M M
manages give scars on the track field and also DtvllnJkra 14 In
especially in basketball. This along with Barn- placed third. This will be Titus 12 12ieu'r salary Welch, 207; allie Ilulin, south...M. Mater supply SJ GJMagnolia : at lease five entries In the can;:
money goes knock dents In the tennis nets. ville'n first meet against Sanford ( Ankle 5 14 Tavwii IU 5.5J..kron'e
hart's theory it only takes five men to make up a basket- Coach Morrell Bailey's Titus Always displaying fine 108 IMInll. MitrMFt. 2* 6* list
high individual Rose.
ball team and win. cube High School baseball team teams in every type of athletic Martin Mixed League mary Welch 310. Callie I I) >lin, e
will be here on the local diamond
competition, the Seminoles will 524.
at 3 p.m. Friday and host one of probably'bring a group of speedy High Individual game: Clear. High team game Shaffcra
., the toughest teams in Brevard Ine RIVER LANES.
sprinters and hefty field men Gliawn 117 Hardware and Cuts and Dogs, I-
/* During Little League tryouts last week at Sand Point, County the Cocoa Tigers. One of high Individual series: Clear. .

somehow, two players became lost. the three Terrier defeats was at ine Gleason.. 541; Bob Meyer. 302lliKh team eerier( : Shafkra

How it happened, no one seems to know, however, both the hands of Cocoa, however, according Parkway To Host FAMILY RECREATION CENTER
to some of the players
: of the players were outstanding young athletes, and their
coaches and managers are about to scream because they this contest will not end like the Sorrel TOMORROW

don't know who the boys are. first. Either Tommy Edwards or Meet On FridayParkway Noblinorsl BOWLING
Wayne Craddock will start on the
Two differnt athletes, one wearing number 121, and 11 mound for Titusville LAST DAY
years old and the other, 12 years old and wearing number Junior High track
Titusville'a tennis team will
175 both have names the little league officials laid, but !host Florida Central teams will have their only home ,4 tt -=asuJOIN;
they can't seem to find them in all the mess. Academy meet of the season Friday afternoon 4' S OF THE 1963.64
Friday, trying for their nlntn .
"We had over 300 boys register and tryout for baseball consecutive win of the season against Central of Eau Gal RACING SEASON! j F--'j1't---

'and trying to find these" two boys is worse than hunting fora The Terrier netters are the only lie and Clearlake of Cocoa. ) __ I '- THAT

needle in a haybarn. undefeated team at Titusville The young thinclads\ won their
Jim Everman of the Lions compiled a lot of his pointsfor High School ''f/ /f Mfi
first meet last week at Clcarla AU REVOIR { fJr
the boy wearing number 175: and Toby Enyart, Cubs Coach Don Godwin's track in o\trail points, but the Eighth 0 ;: LEAGUENOW

manager( had drafted number 121. team will travel to Orlando Fri. grade team defending county .

"We've called nearly every family in Titusville, talked day afternoon and meet Evans champions. was the only group to HANDICAP L

With all the boys and done everything possible but we still and several other schools while win. Both Seventh and Ninth .. \ !

can't find them," commented secretary Shirley Mixson Larry Monhollon swimmingteam grade unit were defeated TOMORROW .

If the boys possibly remember their numbers, their man invades Cocoa for a second The meet will be held on Parkway \A. .
agers would appreciate a phone call because practice begins meeting The "dunkers" only Drivers Education range r 8:10: p.m.SPECIAL Wo are now

this week and both are needed desperately, Mrs. Mixson loss was to Cocoa here early in which has also been marked off w d'cb takingReservations

'said.CERTIFIED. the season a* a track field ... Closing Day f$
: for
:;;"' .I and fall


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... I TlfcmlrU' (PUrMt) IHr Allnu' W.lln'N'y: April, ,1144 ISf! TRI CIHCtTIT COt'IT OF Tel
MM' Jll>UI/tL tlUClir IN
------ (Clint Walker As TV's "Cheyenne"Coming .
-- AM .auk IIHfc* 'KIJ Melt; ,
calla toe M>KII' >.t
u.t.'lt.Hl0.. JMI.U" ,

To Florida WonderlandClint l.Kb.\ 1.AetLE! AOuI'llOA!;. MINOR OF ur 1JACV1U. .f

I Zoning Board Meets Tonight Albert l..D 'htllllan AllawetlAulotlS AlleWOII and l J..aa. 1 1,

Walker popular Western the starring! title role in the"Cheyenne" 1U.: uuUUY GENE: : CASTLE: _

star on television In Warner : llei'les. at. yawl, kliilul, .
rated His hobbies Include knife YOU Alt,, Hfe.Kk.ur NOTIFIED: ,
Bros highly "Cheyenne"
Titusville Planning and Zoning!! Corntruction will bo of concrete be constructed on that propertymet thm me auove-naniou faiuiunen,
will be Florida Won- woodcarving, collecting
and will feature series at throwing Abacou'! tlalAIAA ALLKwaL ( .
Boord tonight will be askedto block) I type present zoning of R.! '
derland South U. S. 1 Saturday unusual stories and articles sad JvAS O.ILLIAN' Al.1.W1.1";
t tt on -
approve parking plans for an twobedioorn, apartments on the Bernard L'ernch',.. request aave.cu It Yratluu .In U. suave
and Sunday April 11 and 12.Walker' and horseback riding. He's an I.od l cuuu fur ina adoption. of |Iselnnur
apart'Tient complex, submitted property, already zoned R-3, that two parcels of land be re-
shot and can handlea thud named iboiem anu yi ia
by James R. Cooper, for proper multiple family dwelling.No zoned from C-l to B-1 on the Is one of the great expert pistol <. i.*<4Uiiau to anew taunt. way the I
of the
lariat with the best cowhands
success stories of Hollywood' name mould not be framed. byurvinv
ty located at the Corner of In proposed Harrison St extensionto a copy tit your. written le-
notion will be taken on a '
during recent
dian River Ave. and St. Johns allow a shopping center. years came Icutui, u a4y. pun WHITE '
Walker and his wife the for .
out of relative obsccunty to MarIn 11..1A.turn. fur petition11 1'
rezoning application
St previous Application of Tom Yoder requesting Lucille Carver (his UIM Hiuiat.ua, iloulevaid JlelIK.UIIIV -
ef R L. Hawk for property on located west the Warner Bros aeries which mer Vtrna > iuilUa. and l by flllnii lute .\
property :
The apartment, according to was launched in September, 19U. childhood! sweetheart) and daughter uiikiiiul lueiuuf with, too Clark ofa..u ,
Williams Ave. und Grove St. as
Cooper, will be an eight-unit two- ruledit of tailroud near Gibson schoolbe Movie-goers!: also receive the Valerie Jean, live in NorthHoll'wood. 04 Junu welt Ibtil u ,or otherwlio ueiora the, a Otis 000"1may day ,

story building, with four units city attorney Gil Goshorn rezoned from R1A to R3 to opportunity of seeing him in Seeable d a0alaat you grafl 41,

upstairs and four units down. "was mt necessary The plans allow apartments. It has been IDOl aanl udopllon.WlTNtHB. .
feature films. Most! recently .IN Tllt.'IIIIIr I 101 Ill Of THKMMII ; my hand and the coal
stairs. tit a single family dwelling to previously recommended for Walker filmed the Cinemascope 4t un ni. < sal( Ill' iMI > of uin, cuuit at 'Tltuavlllv flor-
denial; by planning board, but t y I> .\ rOH 'ur:4III: M V I It' Illtr.IMP. .- Ida tub 7 day u( April 1M.COLltr : .
adventure drama, "Gold of the \ '. I'11r:0Y: !I.OHIDl ( SEAL; )
on request of applicant has been Seven Saints", In the ruggedly IS. (0151 t.H' ,"".V1UILLV Culllid' lt. ItAK.NKd

School Board Likes New Master restibmitted for further study. Moab. HAY GltEEM LleiK, Circuit: Court
beautiful country around Defendant Lli: Herbs Hall

I Joe p. Matheny, representing Utah. Previously he starred in NOIIMA JEANV"oREEJ: !: WHITE" Deputy llbDMAN I'lulk
Gate Petroleum Co., is requesting
'Fort Dobbs" and "Yellowstone Plaintiff
A luinrya at Lawll'M
Plan For Brevard Junior College iczoning for property at Gran. Kelly" for Warner Bros. TO NORMA JKAM: CIIUKN.!: whale llii>,iicua, tiled'
and Garden re lilfnie la tlhvlby North MvlKoui' 'un, r'lurlila
nis from D-1A to
Walker who stands six [ret six Carolina .y Oiau W. while
allow service station. You are .lierrbv. notified that a 'lulu im.ue. tuail b* run on tbluiiuwiiiw
School board yesterday vlcwexl 1 be ,alit1o compete with the top inches weighs 233 pounds, and Cuiiiuliilnt for Ulvurra, noa bo..ntllt..1 uaya 01 four tonmeutlv
and l Florida, Tom Yoder is icquesting pro looks inch Western IKTOwa aKalnst, you, and you lira rauuiicil wceka.Aui .
gave tentative approval to a cuiintu in : Supt' Woodrow even a ..
located lo .cc. ". of vnr' An- c. li, U yj: tw'elli( ) last.i .
new master development plan harden saul, this would boost( t perty corner of Park and G."I a gun-totm' depuly sheriff war. of I'll.H.liim, to the Cuinplulnt. ---.

for the Brevard Junior College Brevard! into the top five or six Ronald. be :rezoned from R-l i to Texas cowhand sailor soil, silver I on th'Allit5N the pbtiotl.f5, 412 Harbor alll.np\Cllv, 1I"le. i\M\lll'iiih Jtullltt.( 'IKI i ir suItor( IIIl tiT lit i lib ISl ;

campus counties in the state- in a similar B 1 to allow retail store. prospector before he hit the Jack Mir.I. Kn'u'Onllle: Klorl.lii, and| flux .. .\l,, I Oil uga I.Ihu) lot Nil,
lha orlKlnal An.wor of I'I,' In M.OHIIM>>
sding lllkMLUk
position the county holds in HAVE PRIDE" VanjSteburg, THS sophomore pays pot as an actor. I the nIck uf thn Clerk of Clriult .,(a. KNINIlM.IH" "

Changes in the over-all original the ulary schedule after a (father membership into Greater Pride, Inc to THS recruit Clint who wall horn uti May Court on or before the 11, day of K; Or. our 4
pUn. have been 1'ihl' It full to do
made May you an a .
necessary has born in the county (for chairman, Tricia Taylor, pretty THS junior This 30. 1927 in Ilirtford. Illinois wasa Dcvrra fro Confcaio Kill bo takrnaxalnHt MAI181IAL.1. ;I.. (.MtH.S' Inillvliluaiiy -
lad aa lrualee wAMbd' ,
because of u
than anticl- '
greater three? or more years. is Pride Month and the first two weeks are dedicat. top high school football, player> In Ihn you fur the relief lomunleI I...."...... aud A.NI1A W. JIOVPlalntKf* -

pat I'd growth of the college.: Set a special meeting at 8 30 to recruiting new members into Pride according to at Alton Illinois ami[l wall state HONK:Complalnl and OUDKKRD lit TU".- L'' LL. ala WIW ;:

The new plan caUs for larger a.m May 5, and the regular: ( Warren Pride chairman.- S-A high school wrestling: champion. viiiItrrvxrd. County Flurlda. Ihll v. *, *
recruiting -( Photo). T day of April. IMICOL'KT :
buildings! closer together, to accommodate JAMES CAL.AllA.V and JKA.V.Siluu : .
meeting at 8'30 a m. May 12. when ( HhAM:
June Warner Nat'/w
In 1D55
6,000 to 8,000 full time Ct'KTIS! II. IIAHNKH( J. ; w uujUt j
students instead of the ordinal Bros. was about to RO into the Clerk rf Circuit ('motItlevrd aiauA' 1.. SAASSAnulINtN.' ,"OINr'.N' .file.
:! Negro Man Dies TAXPAYERS production of films (for tclr\ision County rlurlila kViN'IritKU! 1. MllClvLti! ,
3uuu. by: llTtle Hall liJow.,
Strike Still a ; tULil CUilMLMTltaIKh : j"
Walker was given a screen test t IM-|>utv' Clerk
flea: l piiase;: of cunstricUon on "''AI..Y'AltltioS' L.t.l-AUl-Vlt..Nr!: INC. a
(Continued From Page 1)Yl'or. ) and registered. so emphaticallyhe !i Alt nrurv nt. 1.8w I'lunua "U' ,,"''U" ""; JOSIAIi!
the will be the
campus physical f Bullet! t WoundsWillie was immediatelysrlneel.. to a sea llnrhor City Boulevard lllUu.l'iOM' .ull KC1LIA: V.
sties 'lHn"il'.u.N. his wOo if and
education building, library, lecture WorkThe This total is turned I KHII: tlalHn nnrlilx alive
Up over t long-term contract and assigned Apr 5. 15 22. 21 I Wed. Nfl If either or both] of tim ba dead
planetarium and vocational ---------- I1..c soil. .. d.v.oe"" 'Irgatuea, 1I.nl.ue" .
education buildings. Bids C. Lewis, 31, negro: pf t to he I Brevard County Democratic assiyneas. Ileaula' ere"llo'L,
refusal of Ironworkers to Executive! Committee. lI'uoleee.lIr other ulHiinanla, by;
will possibly be taken on these Third St., died Tuesday tilluugll. under or alul".1 them orel.her

as early as July and the build work without a contract has seriously Parrish Memorial Hospital Republicans levy no party Brevard Lumber CompanyREADYMIXEDINTRANSIT uf luem
tied construction workat Deteodant..
ings are to be ready fcy September bullet wounds suffered Satur Tu: JO"'IAH' TIIIMPPOY and
VMS. Financing will be out the Kennedy Space Center for CONCRETE l.CI1.IA!: V. 'l'Uul\'IIIJ'o/' :/ ..
the fifth day. April 4th, at the Oruno The money sent to the Demo- "..e. IU4Id."ce. uuknuwa
of the county's share of the $71 Building Material Lumber Paint Hardware .li 'litiim" auu It elihur or bulb
Green Bar. cratic and Republican parties in 0 9 of them be dead i. tin hem,
million state higher edu'atlonbond
Work stoppage on $97 million WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSES unl...., It'gutvea, .1 aDle.1" ...,
issue worth of the $215 million space Lewis underwent surgery and the state which totaled $9,608. Let l Us Gin You An Estimate aa.,| .''', licnma. n..editor,

Also during yesterday's melting port construction prompted Co!. administered 27 pints of would have in the past been Prompt Delivery Phone AM 7.3831 trunion, tliiougn, or, untier other or ilulmmitauy agalnnt
the board used toward election cost according them or either ot them
: all
George: Finley, Canaveral district ;
od at the in
hospital efforts to I> intuit ilmming liitercHta' by
Vital to continue requiringBJC engineer: to call upon management his life after being shot I to Futch. tuauoyn, 0uuul D' "Ioh.t,
---- --- JUlIlAtt THOMPSON I / .
instructors to meet the same : and labor to resume and
with a 22 rifle. HA.iL.iA V 'lilOMPfcON.:/
requirements as public schoolteachers work while negotiations are beIng Charged: with the shooting is cither of thorn and all part-
TitusvilU Shopping Center Store Hours 10 A.M. to 9 P.M iI. having ur claiming any
in the National conducted Ironworkers
regard: Lee Ray, 27, negro ot rigut, title or Interval In thntcuituln .
Teacher's Examination, contract which expired at Second Ave. I real l estates In

that is, a score of 500 as a qualification midnight March 31st. (" t( liruvaid particularly, County uemrllH-d, r'lorlda...:and

for a continuing con Also off the job yesterday, Agent Lief Larsen of Lola jo. U :21. :o' and, 26 'In

tract. long with the 4W( Ironworkers, Sheriff's Department who. April FurnitureBargains IlIucM IIIIU!; 11'1'1....,, of 11..oiiHhj'UFiEN'rhVUOD... ; / to the

Approved a calendar for the were some 500 other workers be. with Lt. Bohannon of the UndsClJ( pint thereof, recorded In Plat
Hook J .1 fuKU 47, of the Pub-
I9G-4C5! school year culling for cause Ironworkers were essential Saturday."I Police Department and 1 Ik lleuuidi, ot IJiavard County

opening on September 8 and to their continued work. Ray Meyer, investigated 1'lurwa.LuL AUU: IIEKEUY! nutifmd, thata

'closing on June 8, IDAS. affray said the two men had buliipluiui IoU" Scull tliud agaluyly ...
affected the work .
Projects by I"u> auu ulutue. by LIB p.uiniiita In
Increased: starting: teachers' salaries fight earlier Saturday in the -__ I ..
stoppage are the Air Force's II- tiie aouvo aiyiou iau e lu the Clruil >
by $200 to $1.600<) in order to when Lewis knocked Itay <- Cuuit la auu tar ilievard
tan III, the $7 million hea n. Ray then went home and
era ItiiildinKi, the $3 million Central ," \.CJ-t' I ...iu.iig nun lu and 1 laniuiing. audleiiiuvmg
the rifle and waited outside veitalu rmtrKiiona' on 11,.
Instrumentation: Building, I0 auuvu utmui "lutfu property. and you
t MIMS t NEWS the $600,000 main cafeteria' the ; : bar for Lewis and wln-o lie AAIU Ha*.tLAjf' lelluU'eu to aerve a
out, Ray fired four or five ) c uy o& your Answer or ptuadlnicaUK
$_'3 million (contract to put up Don't Miss This the pluinlKK1 attorney K M.
Ey Mrs. Gladys McLtndon ( hitting him twice. J c:". structural eel at the Vertical
AM 7-1243 BargainHand Miami ill< Fluiula, and. file the or.
Assembly H'lildini; and about Ray h.n been charged with III''....' Aiuwer 01 ,1..dlnM., In tha
Oidia of the Clark of tiie above'
There will Le a lea on Fridayfor half the work on (lie JJO: million degree murder anl l lis being I Rubbed Oil Walnut a.)led court on or before the lit b

all Mime Gray Ladies at the rrawlerway and pad at Complex for grand jury action, "ac- DESK day of you May tad,' 1W.4.K lu do. 10, a Judgment

home' of Sirs Hubert Redgatp, 39. to the Sheriff's Depart will be taken uwalnat you by de

.In Spruce Hills. Co-hostess will spokesman: for the U.S At my \ In trim" Modern Styling. Spacious complaint butt for. .tha relief. demanded 'In (the

be Mrs! E. L. Jobe. Special Engineers said all construction drawer and sturdy construction !>.\ IO!: at Tltuavllle. Florida, tbta,,,
make II a lifetime valua.! Till cay of April. llK.t.COHUT .
guests will be Mrs. Jewel Ponder at the spaceport will come to a / ( SEAL: >

Mrs Mary Lou Berglundl halt by the end, of the week. if the Group To Curtis Clerk of H.Circuit llarnoa Court.

and Bill Williams. ironworkers: don't return to work P., Compare at 291mu 9 5 Dy: Hurtle Hall.Deputy Clerk.

Supper at Mimi Fire Stall**! W.9S oi) Apr 0, 15. U. 29 IWed.l( ) I96C.

On Friday evening, the Fire. Thursday '
/ l\ IIIK < ..Mfllr out HT or TIIK':
mans Auxilary will get togetherto Wagers Funeral ''' i\rn .Il IIIC.I.. tiKtur. iv

finish plans for the supper to School Band Assoc- _' (DESK ONLY)) \\lt\\1111.MH orbs 1 lit.: uI ut'I( tIOH'It.I' t\ 01HHK.\ !;.

be held on Saturday. All ladies will meet Thursday at 7:30: 4IIvLHYO.. "ol"
that would like to donate help, Set Thursday at Titusville High band COMPANY a Vermont corimrallo"v.

please meet with the group on .. Plaintiff.

Friday Serving will start at Sp.m. Funeral services for CharlesN. Critchley, president, said ... f V LEONARD C. WARD and 8A.VUHA : .
--- --- WARD, hli wife, .
Menu will be ham and Wagers 24, of Elizabeth St., will be elected. Your Drtendonle.

beans, cornbread, cole' slaw, dessert will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. !\" FLORIDA/: !
tea and coffee. Suppers can at Smith Funeral Chapel. Services of band students at li-] \ Leonard C. Ward, and:

be taken out. This Is the first of will be conducted by Rev. High School and Parkway ChoiceAt Sandra' .Ward. hi. wife
e o Mra K U. Khlrey
such suppers planned. Others Ronald E. Holder of the First t High School are urged One Low Prlcel \ ftiii: rt Payne Highway

will be held once a month. All Church of God. attend.\ 8i.ottaboro. Alabamaand
to to furnishings a-- all partlna clalmlnc/ Inl"r..,.
proceeds Danish
Wagers! who according to thesheriffs F' Walnut Chair with by. through under or again the
for the fire station and social I ( 5. 'foam revertible cushions or Hid Leonard C. Ward and Hun.lri
clopt, was shot by his! 1111 Kroihlor' occasional or swivtl J Ward hla wife and all parties hav.
room. .fathei' Idle Sunday after 'Ing or claiming, to haw any right
Flrtmans Matting step Chair Choice of Colors. title or Interval In the real .
beating the year-old relative 4% 49'4% 41% 4% with Improvement thereon proovrty
of the
Mints A combined Fire Department meeting and JC'awill about thP head with a rifle stock I I| Value 34.95 To 19 95 I herein deer AND ribed.YOL' EACH. OF YOU hero

!''s survived his Susan >' by take notice that
by widow h' a null Asa been
be held at the Mims Fire Increased Earnings For You At ,f filed ...In.1 you In the above itylpit'
Station at 7:30: p.m. April 14. The Marue, two small daughters : :..r,. ... Your Choice / Court The nature of the lull I. to
Shirley Even and Linda Kay '.a (. foregone that certain' mnrtgaa .
opportunities of having a JC wm s. dated March 13 1UKI, and filed nC
chapter in Mime will be discussed mother Helen Guthridge and 4 pubUo record In Official Record.
First National Hook 571. page 2U6 Public Hecorda
: For further information stepfather Frank Guthridge and < ..... gJglO, of Flrevard County Florida .corns
concerning this meeting, call three brothers. Ogl, bering the hereinafter described reel
I ST property The name of the Court In J
cither! of the following! Bob For. Interment will be at Oaklawn TITUSVIILI FLORIDA / Buy Two > which laid lull I I. pending I. the

ester! AM 7-2788 or Ben Lewis Memorial Cemetery. Smith Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial
Circuit In and for the
Washington and Pine St. County nf
AM 76811. Funeral Home will be in charge I FOR THE PRICE OF ONE tAn Hrtvard. Sb'. of Florida .In Chancery ,
: No, :8m) and the abbreviate
Not The Oldest. Not The Largest. But The BESTI' I' title of (the raae la National' Lif.

J Titusvllle Shopping Center I all purpose chair Just right for corporation Inuranrs ,Compan"Plulnllff. Va.a Vermont Leonard

$ that area you have boon wonderingwhat C, Ward and. Sandra Ward hi'.
It ._1 wife, Defonilanta.
t..do. with. Walnut
10AMto9PMLinsey arm with The deairlpllon of tha real prop
vinyl wiihablo, teat and 'back. In erty 'Involved In aald cult and" deatrined -
In toe Complaint I. .. followa -
TIME coral or turquoise.l :
[ ) Lot 23: -A. Dlock M. KOWE
JUST IN TIME \ 24 a'a
401.ON l BOTH CHAIRS curding to plat thereof recorded
", Hook U, pane 37.
FOR THE FOR ONLY Publk: I of Llrev.ri
\ flurUla.; old aubdlvla-
'lon being a replay of all of
CANAVERAL DISTRICT SPRING Mock" n and Lute Iv through. :23.
Dlock' M. Heollon J-3 and ,plat' of
-- Kectloa J4-A. How"" Uardenr
CAMPOREE (Saving. Deposit That Will Rem.In On Deposit .-...... / Bubillvl.lon.! Section 15. Tow..
ahlp' 77 !South Range 117
Continuously For One Yexr Or More) -s Hrevard County Fluilila.,','
OFFICIAL SCOUT required to file your anawer to the

t Earn 3 314\ % On All Other ..::.. WIDE SELECTION .Complaint. atyled with Court the ami Clerk arrve of a copy'lb..bov. .

thereof upon FlulntlfCi' Attorney
YUCCAPACK prj 4 Ways To Buy v ;. ors. "T;; '1 of 5 and 7 Pc Dinettos \ 8TKWART! L. AYERH, whom ..dd.r. .
.. .. la Post Office! Hon "J.: Ku: .
; Choice of ttylti and colors.' Ciallle Florida, not later than tha
Savings Deposits CHARGE A. .- .j Table with Inlaid top. Matching ark day of May A.D. 14. .. reaulred >
t t't "" :'I, chairs, covered Inwashable by law el.. a decree pro
"'" .. "onf..., will be> entered against you
REVOLVING f Sod, each nf you.
20x1/x8'A' AH Deposits Received By The CHARGE : IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
I '" hereunto. set my hand and atflie'lTllneviiia.
IOth Will Receive Interest From < SET 2995 I tb. otft.I.1 seal ot .ald Co"rl at
The First of the Month LAY-AWAY Brevard County. ,'Iorlda.Ibl. .
< 7lh day of April A. D. 19M.
tsiee, "Your Financial Partner in Progress'1 EASY'TERMS 'e Clerk of the Circuit Court

...4. 7-PC. SET 5995 Krevard Coualy, Florida

4% / BT Bertie Deputy Hall Clerk

I cower L. AyeraAltorner
__ _, Eau Callle. Florida
Apr. f. 11. 22. a W.... 1964.
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\' I Nosing Around Star-Advocate ,

11 (By Bob Hudson) Th. Vole of 25.000 North Jlr..ud. County R.sld.nt

To people, figures are April is not only cancer con -
many ;
dull and uninteresting. trol month\ but also National -. -- -
But to others they make entic :_
Hobby Month Clean up and -

ing For reading example, the tax roll of the Paint up Time, America's Heartland Highway Deaths

City of Titusville. Think you Development Month, Teach T ,

would? be interested In readingit & ing Career Month, Freedom Up In Brevard 1a

Shrine Month, National Welding ;
Well it be _
can revealing.
Products Month, Hug Cleaning
For example, where U the tax ,.
(Death( : on P.rinarii '>untnu >
load being carried In Titimille? Month and New Homes Month. 'mva* ti, i.il I I" Hi''j., nm, 'n ii

Who are the big taxpayers? Who This week is National Boy's 01' throe niiinth ,nI' !l'i'! ?,I v

are those who pay so little, but Club Week, Future Homemakers mir, Ih.n for the -.tnu! ",'n"<.'
talk so loud I idM, +'ClI', reports the h
We think it will be interesting >> Week, International Barbershop (III i.hw.i) Patrol

reading to many in Titusville. Harmony Week and Let's >, I 1'hi' id liievuiii,i i Mints, I I q i

We voiced this opinion recently All Play Ball Week. ,'r. tin, March report "I!It i ,,, III
but one member of the city r situated: 180 auuUiii, hi i. n a
.1 council said he didn't think it Next week is National Lib
'iiu month in which I no i prr''r" "
i ., would be fair to publish It. We racy Week and National YMCA wen mjtirc'd, and, |'in>pril\ d,11I1 I ,
asked why, And we got no an Week. The 13th is Thomas age was listed ut $87,85fi
f ewer, except that t he didn't think Jefferson's Birthday Anniversary ,
fro\" M Trooper IIII i !'i' :51.1: u nut
would be fair and the 14th is Pan American .
\ .
1it 1 issued 5t) warnings mmui
In our opinion that is no an- Day stolen \l'IIII'I" anal' u n',nit '1\1 r'KESr l v. ERTJ.I( it ATE: Mis Ruby DII11111llh< i I

I swer. 19th ,. j ,"Msiance! to 172 1I11""r-h, I I. ,, : 1IIf'1< 1 101)\ }T are ;hown adroit!ling u >;;,iii < iire'ilii
the week of the
.) And so, we will, over a period through During the 25th, It'll be Secre in, in tin peiitid( Urn i is Innsi .. i ,iu t t, ni .),.irdan Maish which has:. been 1 pi 11..III''j. )
of time, run portions of or all of 6 .xtmilnations were Ki\in: to I I", .\11. \\ ih Woodall) of toOl( Glen Garry in Oil.mdo,
tunes Week, National Garden Ross
the tax roll. Then we'll follow it Week, Good Human Relations i <,UI4 applicants In March b} the ELI i Kid; Chapter of tint a Sigma Phi SunuiU --

I up in the future with portions or Week, Youth Temperance Education Tin 10 Troopers worked 4 Ziifi \iiiNim. Photo)

.d till of the new tax roll of the consolidated Week, Good Grooming ',"ur*- and, traveled 511.I( !>2 mire in

area-after It Is prepared Week Bike Safety Week, Chemical 'NM pl'lllIrmall'e of their duties
"Meet Your Candidates"
I during tw month, aecorilinn/ to Rally
We think it will be interestingto Progress Week, The World'sFair (the !
most of our readers who care will open April 22. Secre

about the area in which they tary's Day and Tax Freedom Slated April 21 By Civic Groups

live. Day are the 23rd, To Train

The last week of the monthis .\ M-i.1 t Yitin, (la"l.d:
National Baby Week Mental I ,. IK us i ,:n,,,. hd.011! the Merritt i Ling flair mil, i d|..d, s ...raIIr'd
like to call your attention to At F Ft! Sill Oh1!: : ; to attend I
Week ,
the complete list of expenditures Health Consumer Credit I I I.nd tuition- on Tucsdav

and( contributions by county political and National Raisin Week, Can .- .'April iat\ 7 3()) pin This old I
ada-United States Good Will 1
candidates, which appearson Jumi Mison, youngest: !son' of Usriumul!' political rally will bi
two of today's Star Week, National InvestInAmenca sales McCormick ot Pontiac Albert Mason, NOW OPEN
page TOP SALESMAN Roy McCormick left, manager : me Mr und Mrs .pon-iit'cl by the League of Wo
Advocate.As Week, National FostuieWeek Jacksonville honorary past zone presidentof b highest ranking aiilf,men during :.::711S\ Circle Drive, ha l been '
far as we know, it's the Brand Names Week and Pontiac Motor Division's Master Sales 1963, is employed by Belton Puntide-Oldu- assigned to (Fott Sill, Okla for lien Voters, of Central Hn-vard PALMETTOGARAGE

first publication of the complete American Camp Week And, if men's Guild. Gold Chapter, accepts dia mobile Titusville. training in Officers' Candidate tl r Comu; Kiwunii und other

list, not just totals.It you hear the strains of 'Dixie" mond ring from Frank V. Bridge general School I beginning May 5. lietween civic oiKjntintitms,
also makes interesting&: read during that week you'll know now and that date he will I
ing. that Confederate Memorial Dayis 33 i-iindidati-s for conlrstedgosh
Race Track Tax serve us an instructor in the
Some candidates apparently on the 26th. Sales And Use Tax Collections Non-eoni missioned Of fit'IMS' both IK'mot'rat arid fit"
believe in deficit financing-al Checks In Mail to 219 Washington Avtntm
Academy at Fort Knox Ky, publican, have been invited
ready. The reports show their expenditures Corner Main Washington
than State Comptroller Ray E Mr Mason begun( his military participate They arc tunning
contributions are We greater don't know Two friends had a date to Running $$1,000,000 Over EstimateSales Green said totldv checks for caiccr at (Foil Gordon, Gu, last fur sheriff, county commissioner.
play golf. The first one step-
how they do it, but that's what '46,000 f loin! the cure track tax year, finishing the course as top supervisor of reiiititriition' nurxeyor -
ped to the tee, took a mighty collections huh will serve to take care
and use tax ion mailed to 'h man In his He recently I
the fund are Ininit eat company
reports say. ,. school! board, state representative
and his first drive a
swing was!
through March have produced of any possible declines from of the 67 counties, an Increaseof completed a ,,('\'enwl'l'kl' .
and ht.ite senator( )
hole in one. The second friend
slightly more than $1,000,000 this source of revenue as well $3,001)') oval the same month course ut Fort Knox where he I
Given check to the fight stepped to the tee and said. All
your more revenue than estimated as possible decreases from other lust t jour was third in his class, receiving Boring( .i formal pail I of the
against cancer yet? As the say- rlgbtee, now I'll take my I
remainderof of
for the first nne: months of the source during The Comptroller said the total /a plaque in recognition program compiling candidatesfor
ing goes: Fight cancer with a practice swing and then we'llstart ,
current fiscal year, J Ed the cuirent fiscal year. paid to counties to date for the! the /achievement each office will be introduced ( I w
check and check.
up a game. Str
rida Revenue Commission, said ions reflected' the continuationof This is an increase' ut $19000 Guests Here /PLiik fin, three minutes After ,

REMINISCINGIt's Monday a strong economy: in Florida over the same period last >ear, !this session early candidate will ) GENERAL REPAIR
a sure sign your getting old, Jewel FuirU and Kay Medley preside over a table to, answer AII'Mak.a
Straughn said March collections : during recent months, and add -- Cars A Trucks
when you start to reminisce. of Jacksonville were weekend fiiestion| i and distribute!. his com-\
there Indications this'
And think based on February business ed ire now on a year round basis there '
you back to yesteryears, l'iic' >U. of Mr and Mrs. Frank palgn literature H4fI't, ) 'IlInl'ntJ
with their sorrows and their bliss. totaled< $21,114,781 an increase trend should continue during&: aid some weak spots( It will bu I' Say Whoro.And
Sdlu>>Il'r. will bj btrvvd at this time
When mind back childhood I of $4,417.141. or 26.43 April interesting to sec what Impact, .
your goes tq .. . .. ----- Wore There!
And tlmes"lh used t to be. ", "S&fy. -.. '*. 'v .t ptrTent over the same month "April usually is a good month 'II any the transition from winterto
Are the days that you still cherish last year.It from the standpoint of collect summer business will makeon No matter whtrt Clr when, |lust

when you knelt at grandma's knee. was pointed out that fiscal ions," Straughn said, "and it the state's economy" SAVE! call ui and ware en the ipot

You remember Oh such little things!: }'<'ar collections, July through will be interesting to determine Straughn said the five per cent 'Ittt, to tow you In R..ion.blt.

That made your childhood sttulo. March, total $188,067,639! an in- whether the winter season will wholesale sporting goods t tax1 I ACETYLENE and ELECTRIC

Yet it was the thoughts of little things, ream of $29,480,950, or 20.27 continue through this month so collections for March: totaled WILDING
That made that life worthwhile per cent over the comparable as to be a good revenue producer $75,253, up $11,042, or 17 19 per
You can see your dolls and cutouts, period for the previous fiscal in May cent over February Fiscal ear UPTOWN'S' I

with their doilies and lace, )'ear. "The last six months of the eolKtions total $557576 & rirtI1J11Y1- Day and
And the days you spent at Grandpa's house, "We are roughly $1,000000 fiscal year are geneially the Gasoline tax collections for tf''
God bless that dear old face. .
ovor the amount we estimated best revenue producing months. March totaled $1 U. The best of doors to that old house
we should have at this time to or at least that has been due $287,887/ under }Kttmaiv' but .-J .rvicoI
Was around the back
way meet budget requhements' during the last several years, $1 37A.898! over the ami month dI
And came into that kitchen
Straughn said, This Is a cush while Florida's tourist business is Jut year, b
with the stove as black as black.
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You remember that old dipper --

A hanging by that pail.

And you see the barns and pastures,
and the fences made of rails. i

The wood shed and the chopping block T I
And the firewood piled up high GOOD NEWS
And the other little buildingsThat

stood there, Oh so shy.

Those days are gone, yet we look back.
To the things:;: we used to do.

And enjoy some reminiscing,
And shed a tear or two

For the love and tender care,

Of the Old folks, kind and true. FOR OUR SAVERS

And remember as we reminisce,
Of the best years that we knew

George II. Edleston,

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Auto-fountain I b'UI. At', A0 j/lt
.ochol'o any garden ties "., ,// ._- ,, '
Ideel' for washing autos SHOP YOUR "NEWEST"I"
windows, porches, wall end .:: ,
ate. l" ,: '" ;. s DOUBLE SAVINGS "
Extra :, ; :. ECKERD DRUG STORE 1 :.'r[ ,, ATECKERD
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Special : 1 88 C :' I DRUGS! )
ORLANDO b 11.' I F.='J '2.for-!1' FREE I
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No 1 N. Orange 701 5. Orlando St, Seminola" Shopping Center -, "
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\PATIO I 2172 I. Conw.y Rd SAVE 25% ALL j 2 for-1 1. FREEEASTMAN
v" a fn. e.l / ueluree wdh" '11 tell al him de
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Yes, here Is the sale you have been watt- I PASTE Ki ,Sia' 46

Ing for. All of our General Electric small

appliances have been cut to the bone. Here COMPLETE LINE OF If you wont to know whet's MILK WAVEPERMANENT 2 Rea..,19

Is your chance to get that "Long wanted" a biting, where they're biting LILT L Sm;! ; I 1 I0.9

big quality G.E. small appliance at a price I and what they're biting on

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a quantities limited. copy apt. FASTEETH ADHESIVE 41 .
c Weekly! Fishing Tips In the L,ml I

Tackle Department In all your
l > Eckerd Drug Stores. EVENING LIPSTICK Rfg'I 00 29''
1 ----- *304 Garcia Mitchell open foco'l'ln. try / IN PARIS limab'1
1 SPINNING n9! '"' with 'hN-'"" warranty an /
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nas been named to the AdrnmiS'. A
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Guided Missiles Range Division I >:d

Crain will be Assistant Spec! I r-- .' .
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the State University of 59< COPELAND St.; 'CEDBologna GRADE 'V V -D "B an d"REG.
Iowa from 1924 to 1029 includ aP >.a ,
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Air Force pilot before joining !SO EXTRA STAMPS with T,'RNOW Whole Hog e'' +" Ar S I.,
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included! :assignment on the staff
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20th Bomber! Command where
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India the to transport China.! of cargo from Crabs PKG 39( \ I

In 1349: he became assistant to I : yr/rA9 a '
the President and director of LB. I

traffic end sales! for Lang Trans Yellow SolidsOLEO
portion:: Corp., Los Angeles He
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duty Cram in then 1953. had two tours of

four years each at Headquarters D IEANER FREiijROUND OAIUV
U. S. Air Force at the Pentagon, 'urke1'sLb 395I i ,

in in Operations Personnel Planning.and Training He was and Ground 1 Beef 5 F G T'LB.

clnectnr of Personnel First Missile 10 '
Division from initial activation ,
for a three year period. ts rq

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North Africa and the Middle<
East This task involved, in 1 h
addition to supporting Security 1 1IT '

Services in these areas the support SAVE lea<< DEEP SOUTH GRAPE t + { i r. h
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I elation I wish to to you express for printing my appre the Hawaiian Punch .. .((1' .,., I. .f'I .

Palm Sunday message dellverd GOOD THRU A"O'L' hue 30< CABOT BRIQUETS IJJ '"' III
by Rev Charles W Bales to the II' "'HNVWINN-DIXIE -
congregation of First Presbyter. i 791t. ,, .
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Just hope :
every reader of the
Star.Adovcate will read this sermon i
and think seriously on its 50 Extra Top Value StamPs SAVE 7( ALL PURPOSE ..4-
meaning to us as individuals and WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE I
as a nation. ..14or .
ON..ro FROiNNOWAMOJOMNeON W 0-1 28 h +
Rev.very Bates highly Is to for be this commended timely. Chicken Croquettes esson I .J Jar F ;.

message. and the fine phraseology -, AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 10* ALL PURPOSE .IJ
Surely we people of the '

with and North we a Brevard very should fine wholly area dedicated support are blessed clergy and iturlMiirmff( As tor 0 i I 2oz. 251" /JJ"--J 1 'S

encourage and heed their

messages, going out determinedto 50 Extra Top Value Stamps SAVE 10* KRAFT Pole I B E A N S
make this the world of joy. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF | -
peace, love, courage and goodwill
that Christ could smile on Tropicana'Friiit M QT 49
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instead of weeping as He wept ayonnalse

over Jeruselem Mrs\/ ,L Fla.L CantrenMims .; aoODTHRU ANY WINN-DIXIE APRIL' IITHjiT 1iI SAVE lOt DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise ,, 2 IBS. 2 9, '

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50 Extra Top Value Yellow Onions 3 L. ,10 29'

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you know of a family who JIM 50 Extra Top Value Stamps ( I
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sure ta till them about Welcome WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of | J Jsii e
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the Information basket they of gifts will receive and helpful from 60 i 'mUKCr s / i i / XWEUHOUSf(

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I Warning Sounded On Branch Ba ki Problem- 1

Florida bunkers were warned to assume authority over branch proach to( problems of the day. "Let's find things to be for. what wsr, .iK.unst/ We need to our \Ie"point memories-of our customers >'In price. iem to our people, espec-
Friday tha\ unless they find an banking in states, like Florida, especially towards Americanism rather than things to be against, know o i wl, It, ,rot and we ibdnkeb wi have" 'iinnmlrh the economic facts it l lifeW' --''I ""i >un2; people who may j
acceptable solution to the thorny whose laws forbid it. Today tt is not enough to know need fi. '.. I'r.dd'ihel., [ II'' ,.f I ,)opportunity i ii'ln-sh, till nl'oo0\ explain the (ret l onto. ., ht ard it elsewhere "
problem of branch -- -- -
banking. Federal
Dunlap also cited a U.S. Supreme --- -
authorities arc apt to do it Court decision of last JuneIn
for them. a Pennsylvania case which
The bankers were also told that some lawyers and bankers be
the continued chartering by both lieve may have laid the ground.
slate and federal authorities of work for interstate Branch banking .
new banks is creating a "canni by national banks."I .
balistic situation" In which banks am no seer," the Florida,
will feed on each other instead of Bankers Association president i

on fresh economic growth in their declared "but I should like to v 1,
areas. prophesy that unless bankers find

Both warnings came from an eqitable solution to this matter ;
Tully K. Dunlap, President of the someone, somewhere, will PORTUNITY DAYS
Florida Bankers Association and take the Issue to court. And it
President of Riverside Bank of would be a sad day for banking 5 pp'Lppf'
!Miami and Midtown Bank of !Mi in my opinion if the courts took
ami. They were contained in jurisdiction over our banking system -
Dunlap'i annual report to the which free enterprise has
Association's 70th annual convention made the finest In the world."

now under way at the Dunlap urged the Florida Bankers

Fontainebleau Noting that branch Hotel. banking has tie the Association vexing members branch banking to( set. Like finding money-Big Savings in every department

been what he called an "atomic question among themselves .
topic" in Florida banking circles "It's time for the little Independent 1.-
for many years, Dunlap said that banker and) the big affiliate t
up to now it had generated: "more banker; the country banker and r
cussin' than discussion." lie recalled the city banker to sit down to-

that last year, Florida gether and solve our own problems if 100% COTTONCONTINENTAL
bankers voted down a proposed and plan our own future and I
amendment to the Florida BankIng not have some outsider do it for ';fr I
Code which would have permitted us J
L Grallt'o01fn brand
branch banking in the The Florida Bankers Association t OR IVY

larger counties of the Mate. president called the cart i .. 'e / JOYCE LANES) CAPRIS I,' / "
"That was the first time," he ering of new banks "another hot l fegWALKING SHORTS II t. I
added, "that the issue ever got subject. OF WASH-WEAR DENIM
beyond! the cussin' and discussion The outgoing Florida Bankers 9 r I ), / / FOR BOYSOnly \' ,
stage.!! Association( President urged his STRETCHTOFITonly /
"The Association submitted the colleagues to take a more active )
proposed amendment to Its mem interest in politics. lie noted that \

bership, agreeing that if a major. the American Bankers Association f 7/ '
ity voted for it the Florida Bank has recommended this to y II
ers Association would sponsor the its more than 13,000 member
measure in the 1963 Legislature. banks.
But 180 banks voted against It, "Bankers by the very nature of
104 voted for it and 70 abstained their business" Dunlap said
from voting either way." "occupy positions of trust In their t
Dunlup said an analysis of the communities. And they are in 3.99
votes made it clear that the majority touch with other respected and 1.99
of bankers in the smaller responsible people of those com
Crants-oicn R
munities. This puts bankers in an
counties are opposed to branch (ttIW }
banking. advantageous position to engage I PENNLEIGH* STUDENTS' MEN'S e Side-to-sida s t retellCut '
"Their principal fear Is that a in constructive politics for the ::- ton and nylon denim ;

limited branch banking law en good of the community." COMFORT-NEW SHIRT-JACS 1111' Smartly siyl.d woven el'fl8y-cnrt'.Ii.tlle-ironint:
acted now could be amended Dunlap concluded his annual [ -. e Wrnkla[ -rrsiatant
later, therefore would be a foot-( report with a strong appeal to his plaid that won t fad Sturdy tailoring to
in-thc-door to statewide branch- colleagues to adopt a positive apRobert -
tale active
In washing Sanforized wear
Ing." Most of the support for the I 2.99 v Navy, sund Ix'igl'lodt'n
proposed amendment, he added, _'_ "Il Only less than 1% shrink Rkipper blue, faded blue,
came from bankers in the larger
counties. i ago. Choice of Ivy or e Mhtscs'eiueaStolt9/

"The large county banks have Style champions atgreat-for-savingspricel 1, continental styling In 'u
different problems from those of Adjustable side-tab, trim looks'
the smaller banks. These sizes 8 to 18.
county .
New,cool Summer fabrics Easy wash

problems tremendous have been"growth compoundedby In the l ry FrinU,.stripes, multi-color S-M-L dl. y j

metropolitan areas and the unrestricted

competition of savings .,- f 1'.
and loan associations and other rI f I Granli-otcn brand BOYS' FINE QUALITY Grants-oicn brand
types) of finance companies
Savings!: and loan associations, \\" PENNLEIGH' COTTON COTTON JOYCE LANE

operate he pointed branches.out, arc permitted to f A 1 .: \\\\ WALKING SHORTS rP POLO SHIRTS i SANFORIZED

Dunlap expressed fear that !L< FOR MEN, STUDENTS 'W" 'Z, JAMAICA SHORTS
Federal authorities arc moving ; Knit of combed cotton 1
E. Keel I ) onlyfor I / yarn. Full cut for com. 'r'rI
I'I, fort Cholc. of wuhfut "
( 2.99ea
National FHA Financial Names : ) solid colon and .trlpe. only
2 f 500
Keel To Agents'Advisory t '
( ; Sizes 6 to 16.
Week 5.11 Board ,,
April '-.. I ] t'8y-caro' wash and wear "a- It k a *Machine wash
Robert E Keel owner of Keel '. Cool and comfortable s New fashion details
Nat.onal FHA Wcik will be 7
1 oo
Insurance Agency; has been \ r Holi>1 id colors or plaids: White, pink, blue, yellow
observed April 5-11 by mo ethan vt .
,vne-half million members named to the Agents' Advbory 1 le Siucs29to42 ::vii' s f \ Llaik...10-18
Board of the Financial Fire I .t
throughout the United
Casualty Company.
One of the aims for National:

llomeniakers has been of to help America those hav-this Keel's! by appointment Jack I'. Hunt was Fin-announced for !
ing year trouble with their studies sncial's Prcsidt-nt. who sits ot LOOK I I the many unadvertised specials 1 1 and 1 1 /

of the Advisory Board.
and to encourage would-be drop- Chairman
outs to stjy in school. The recent establishment of
the Bonrd introduces a new concept Grantt-oirn r '
The slogans "Dropouts Arel.ert.OlIs" COMFORTABLE 6 FT. ALUMINUM
in insurance! analysis to! ., Compartslord"
and "Diplomas Open
Florida.: : Board members re anrl .plt
Doors Stay ilSchool" are AIo" / r
being! used all over the country. present each of the major srl'asI I Coppe',0onl" neAalah/ AND WEB, FOLDING CHAISE & CHAIR SET
In' depicting the first slogan ot insurance activity in the State. 3 HP GUARANTEED ENGINE
end advise management of cur
the benefits of school are stres ssra. I
rent needs of the insurance buy
sed. !Most\ dropouts don't realizethe
advantanes! of school and ing public. 64.88 "
once they ha'. e lift are Itft-out "Kcel'i extensive experience chair 3.88
and:! will find life tough withoutan and knowledge, gathered whiledirecting ; 'f7
education.The his large and wtll- ......, s 'r II'.1,25 I sAIl
'Charge ;
second slogan Is illustrated known( agency, will be of great \ ,

on the lighter side but bringsto assistance to the Board," btated ,
will Hunt. e -tCt'1 construction d:
mind a college diploma I f r' eta
steel blade 88
Austempered rocker
open more doors than a quitter The Agents'( Advisory Board
who hasn't finished high; school. meets quarterly in the Com Tubular steel handle \, ,c.,
Now-a-days high school diplomas pany's executive offices in the Full battling e Side discharge chute a rr -tissuntl.an
are almost a necessity In Financial Insurance Exchange r e Airfoam air cleaner __ v' / '( '' '
gelling: and holding;: clown a job. building; in Fort Lau erdale. Cutting heights: P v /

The FHA hopes to reach these v.. W to 3V '.' S I chaise 788
people by bulletin boards posters Choke-0 Malt( ,

speeches and guidance If you have real estate conical boodle on \ ON' nAIlWA'UN' r r ,

counselors I in their efforts to prevent to sell or if you are .. ... .
made sa a uM I Quality constructed of
these mistakes being t,. .'." ...,... .
real I .,. .. ; Unbeatable Value!
by these young people. looking for choice Diamond'r.ad I :: ?w.ikmcilil NUIt N sturdy weather-proof
These Future Homemakers are fir"q YMN ......I." tubular aluminum
and estate, use our classi- ::: ..: MOTORIZED: BRAZIER
home economic students 1t Extra Firestone
*;;f strong
this Is another of their many fied columns. ,
.1 :polypropylene webbing
worthy project.: __ 9 9 l sl
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Page -B fituavlll. (FbrUa) Stu.A4/voCit./ W.dr. J'y, April I, 1964

I Classified Ads Bring Cash For Spring Buying. Try 'Em. 267-0331 II TODAY'S BEST

I For RentAPARTMENTS I GLAMOR GIRLS Help Wanted I Mobile Homes Real Estate I REAL ESTATE

i : APARTMENTS, close ( III I T I
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Futllcttlou:. -For a' p.W.d.Day* Krl.Befor.. in, efficiencies, weekly, monthly WANTED PART-Time Bookkeepers MOONLANDMobile OWNER MOVING\ suburban living i
11 A.M. Sat. For Mon. publication rates, air conditioned, 417 Julia I for 3 to 4 hours la the eve I minutes front town. 3 bedroom .
Street. ning: If Interested please send Home Sales 2 bath home. Many extras 139-2Vi acres zoned industrial

WANT AD RATES resume to Personnel Manager, beautiful trees, large with approximately 330 ft. SR
S ctnti per word HOUSEAPARTIvENTS Post Office Box 82. litusville\ QUALITY HOMES AND fenced lot Small equity, $82 405 frontage close to Rt. 50.
Minimum Chtrgt too PALM II Florida.( Only experienced bookkeepers SERVICEU monthly pays all. 2488 Old Dix $7500 open terms.

\ .t needapply.COCKTAIL .. J North of Overpass ie.

ALL CLASSIFIED ADS WAITRESS for Fridayand Tjtusville 267.5695 SOUTH LAKE, 3 bedroom, all 180-Rare speculation opportun.
PAYABLE IH/' ADVANCE New Excellent Choice Saturday nighU. Apply fenced in, $400, $64 month. All ity. 153 acres on county line.
Except: .it.bll.ht
Some FurnishedAir miles south Titusville, t mite shrubs. F1IA qualify. 4254 Ala. I canal aite. Priced at $275 per
CUMlflcd: Dliplay Rate Ar&llablon north of Orlando Utilities. ON PRIVATE lot In the country. chua Ave.WHISPERING. acre.
Itellu..t. Conditioned Adults preferred. 2674677.
.Tb. Star-Advocat mervM tb. OAKS, 3 bedroom,
jrlvllff* o( rtvloioB or rejecting MALE HELP WANTED TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT 2 bath family room, corner lot 182-20 acres off Carpenter Road
any advertl .roent which II deems Titusville, So. U. S. 1 ---.-- ,
objectionable i: *cj io cbaai* tbelaulflcatloa :. 2 TRAILER LOTS for rent at with sidewalks $500 down, no north of South Lake. $1250 per

from that ordered ot any to advertisement conform to FURNISHED- APARTMENT- :\ new APPlIANCE SALESMAN, full Buck's Fish Camp. $35 monthly. closing Please costs call ,267-1770.1706 Smith Dr. So., acre, 29" down, bal. 3 yrs.,

tbe> policy of thl. paper. ly decorated, 1 bedroom. Forest time job, company benefits. Ap. Electricity and water furnished. at 6%.
The Star-Advocat. will\ not t* Hills section AM 72941. ply W. T. Grant Co., Pirtlc Quiet and peaceful rest. 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, by owner.
reiponilbl for tban
on* In. Titue'il1e.ELECTRICAL .
correct Insertion nor will It b. Plaza. TRAILER LOTS FQR SALE Whispering Hills area. Phone 267- 196-Large building lot with
liable for In 2 BEDROOM: apartment, furnish 4572.
any error advertisement INSPECTOR. mustbe trees in Spruce Hills. 250 x 195:
to a greater Intent tban ed, downtown off street parting,
the coil of the pact occupied by qualified master erectr 4n. LARGE LOT, septic tank, water, BY OWNER $500 down. 3-bed. feet deep. Paved street to
the Item In th. aJvertieezoet.Buuloese Phone 267-2103. High school graduate or have lights, large patio. Call 2675183. room, 2-tile bath, Fla. room. Will property. Reduced to $2550

NEW UNFURMSIIED! 3 bedroom 5 equal combination o/ experienced finance part of down payment. I for quick sale.
68 x 100 trailer Jot, zoned for trailer
OWe si Vain Btreet apartment, tile bath central training. Ability to ex Loan can be assumed. 121 Mimosa .
Dial, AM 1-0331 heat and air. Near Pirtle Plaza, amine plans and specifications of 8 x 40. $3700 cash. J. W. Drive. 2670377. 403-2 adjacent building lots on
Office flour* Pop to I.M: electric installations Chlldre Realty, 267-2541.
and 2671928. wiring
$125 monthly up. proposed street in Hills
paved ,
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n and alterations, make inspections LOVELY 3-bcJroom, 2 bath home,
TRAILER LOTS. 93 140 ft. Near
"n'nab' SEE TillS'! Luxurious. constructed town house II:!Ki.r..,_Syndic",. I.. 1964 Ootd rIh", -...... of new and existing! U.S. 1, as minutes x to Cape. spacious carpeted living room, Mims.200 80 x 200 -Residential$1850 and
apartment Newly wiring and electrical installations built-in kitchen air-conditioned, 100 X $2000.
ARC TOY central heat and air conditioned, How} much do I need? :How much have you got?" Apply C. B. Talmadga I Terms Avenue.to All suit.7.1481.Tinfow Lenore I. fenced yard, well, many extras, sectIon, cleared and ready for
Mack.' PPODLE. 4 months, :3 bedroom l'-j' bath. living room, City Manager 525 Palm Ave., I 108 Thornton( Ace AM:\ 71659.' building.
CaJ) 267-5183.
kitchen enclosed( garage. This Titusville, Florida.BULLDOZER .
is uithiji walking distance to new For Rent For Sale Moving Storage BETTER THAN NEW. with 3 bed.
Boats t For Sale shopping center and ichools. OPERATOR, 267. rooms, Florida room, 10 x 27 terrace -I 491-96 X 165 building lot on Irwin .
For information call; G. M. Oar- 2843. LOCAL AND LONQ distance mov and many extras. Just Avenue. $2000 with $800
LET US SELL your -r;; boat. ley Realtors. 342 Washington ROOMS FOR RENT 1 USED 10 cubic foot I'hilco re ers. Moving, storage, packing painted and very clean. In Whispering down and balance payable under -
Browning Auto Snles. 403 Hopkins Avc, 257-3622 frigerator, $ao. $5 down $1.25 CITY FIREMEN Career positions shipping, cold fur storage crating. Lakes within walking distance I monthly terms.
Aye., 267-1520. -- --- --- EFFICIENCY 2 ROOMS, private weekly. "Use our easy pay plan" open in Titusville Fire Department Free estimates. 2673341. of shopping and school.
DUPLEX) FOR RENT entrance. 502 Robbins Avenue. Goodyear Service Store, 315 So. Applicants must be high Brevard Bidgeway Mayflower Owners transferred and willing indus
Lease 12'i
16 FOOT FLEETWING 40 hp I Hopkins, Titusvillc, Florida. 267- school between I 569B- : acre
graduates ages to sacrifice for $1000 down and
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SLEEPING ROOM. private bath trial tract with 700 ft. front
trailer Evinrude, tag motor and, new top, new UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM: and entrance. 267-2309. 3013. 21 31, in good physical condition I Plumbing Supply I assume monthly payments of age on F.E.C. railroad north
267-4519. registered for refrigerator, built-in range/( cen FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES and of high moral character. II I $88. See this one'! Phone 267-3622. ot city limits. $400 per month
tral heat and airconditioning. ROOM: PRIVATE bath and en. mattresses greatly reduced at Experience unnecessary. Applications SEPTIC TANKS01 George Barley Inc., 342 So. 20.50 years with escalator
2677151. trance, one or two men, $10 ( at central fire station, Washington Ave., Titusville.
clause after 20
or as
Building' & Co st. weekly. Phone 2672090. warehouse prices. Get them 513 Palm Ave. era-cast concrete, steel-roln- years
FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM: with while they last. 2111 Garden st., forced, state-approved, sizes 540 LEASE WITH option or trade mutually agreed.
NIDY CONSTRUCTION residentials carporte in IRC 267-3999. SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies Nldy Shopping Center. 2675T33 GUS FAULK CHEVROLET 1 II now gals., 830 gals., 735 gals. and 1000 Newly renovated approx. 1700
commercial and remodeling -- --- for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- or 267-1923. taking applications for experienced gaU. Grease traps installed! tanks sq. ft. 3 bedroom. 1 bath Country 571-195 ft. on U. S. No. 1 close
12 years in Tltuivllle Licensed FURNISHED. TWO BEDROOM 3400 Chevrolet mechanIcs See pumped\ and cleaned, drain fields home with one acre rich fertile to Howard Johnson's Restau.
hid bonded. Phone AM 72326. large rooms and closets, Tile CHANNEL MASTER Antenna Service !Manager relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman land. Also tractor with imple rant and motor lodge. Tract
bath, electric kitchen, $110 plus 1 BEDROOMS: SINGLE OR Double. Systems. Installed 2495. 2G7- Septic Tanks, Inc., Phone AM 7- ments. Located near U.S. No. 1 extends from east side of U.
Business Opportunity damage deposit.( I'bone 267.0748. Private entrance, refrigerator, 3577. Moil! Homes 4-121. P. 0. Box 2018, Titusvillc, and north county line. Contact S. No. 1 to the Indian River

near Magnolia Shopping Plaza. FENDER PRECISION electric --- FTprida. owner, AM 73858. Price at and is divided by ]Riverside
BE YOUR OWN BOSS! HOUSES fQR RENT 2676633. base guitar. Blonde finish with TRAILERS' FOR SALE 750 suitable terms. $15"1 Drive.

Titusville-customer service type CLEAN ROOMS: for accessories, plus fender leather I Real Estate
business for sale at a sacrifice SIX ROOM house. kitchen equip 2670234. men. I case. Base ;guitar, list price $279; NORTHERN !MADE\ Skyline two I $850 DOWN, 3 bedroom, air conditioned 572-550 ft. U. S. No. 1 frontageat
only $1000 Initial investment re ped. F and S Department Store. guitar case, list price $60; worth bedroom, complete with air Acres p. double carporte and I $80 ft. plus' twenty 127 x
quired. Write Box G, Star-Advo. 267-4424 LOW rates, clean rooms for work. near $350, sacrifice at $200. Ex. ditioner and washer. 267. () con-I family room, 2744 No. Circle ,' 270 ft. lots ti the rear pricedat
ute for appointment. men. 103. Call 267.6183. I cellent condition. Call Ron, 267- 57.? ACRES -Bargain for Cash Drive. Forest Hills\ Mr. Evans. $1995 each. 50', down bal.
_ _
miles from the 2673267.
0331 or 2S7-7133 after 7p.m. BUCKEYE 8 x 30. 1 bedroom. I appro* 1H city 6'; This is
section. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, South WAREHOUSE FOR RENT __, --- ------- roltSa parcel
CampingHunting; full bath and shower, like: new limits and Airport of New Smy- : north of Homes
Lake. 267-9803. WAREHOUSE 1 USED yellow 10 cu. ft. G E re- condition. 2673884. rna Beach High land with (Continued on Next Page) Restaurant. Drive out and

BUY OR rent a folding tent camper TRAILER, CABANA. private lot. 1005: Tropic St.NEW$200 4,000 sq. ft.. rlgerator and matching yellow creek and excellent drainage into look it over.
monthly.C. FT. ft.
55 10 2 bedroom mobile
Dixie down x existing drainage canal. Less I
sleeps 5, stove, sink icebox. range. $150. $10 $2
Adults, no pets, turn west Ellis A. Heller 267-0476. home screened La I'
Double J. Campers. 2476 Old weekly. "Use our easy pay $2300 than $39$.00 per acre as owner tit
Lane, first house right, 1 mile -
: for and 673-384 ft both sides of U.
equity $1,000 take over on
Dixie Highway Phone 267-1584. 4200 SQUARE FEET. Immediate plan" Goodyear Service Store, needs all cash. S. O. Shinholser,
payments. 267-7180 after 7pm. S. No. Iln Indian River City,
occupancy J. W. Childre Real 315 So. Hopkins, Titusville, I Jr., Owner 1501 N. Peninsular.
Child Care 3 BEDROOM, tor. 267-5563. Florida. 2673013.FURNITURE GA 8-8141, New Smyrna Beach. I including and location waterfront.of the The size'
bath 'W, new house off GardenSt. ---- MOBILE HOME: OWNERS propertyoffers
immediate STORAGE SPACE In metal build 3 rooms of fine 300 FT. ON CLEAR: chain of lakes, I many possibilities, suchas
WILL CARE for Infants in my near airport.2670803.For ing on Nevins Court, rear of furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite* LIVE RENT 250 ft. deep high land, deep large motel and apart
home. Weekly basis. 267-3157. occupancy. Star-Advocate building. Avail 7 piece dinette all only $13.85per well, Osteen area a bargain for : ment site. Priced low.

CHILD CARE FOR working mo. LARGE UNFURNISHED, 3 bed- able Apr. 6th. See II. U. Hudson, month. Decor Furniture, 206 I $3,950.00. T. W. Mero, Broker,
thers-Monday thru Friday. Call room house, 2 tile bath, built in at Star-Advocate. N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian River FREE Sanford 322-24(1 for appointment. I 725-Rental Income property lid

267-1767. Mrs. Ileadcn. range, carporte, utility, no pets. City. Phone 2677613. BUILDERS. ACREAGE, 2 blocks JESS W.REALTOR CHILDREUILDBM New Smyrna Beach. 100 ft.

$125 monthly plus security. 267. For Sale J I $20 down payment and $20 a from country Club or lots with from ocean. 3 completely fur.
BY HOUR day or week private 2005. Help Wanted month will buy your own fullacre city sewage and water. Ready nished apartments on corner
home, Gardendale. 26 :31S8- mobile home lot at beautiful paved street with 50 x 100 ft.
: .. to build on. Call Baker, 267-5530.
SUITABLE FOR small business 1 USED 17" Crosley TV table
Christmas Park. Become lot. Priced at $20,000 and
:CHILD CARE by hour day or and home combination, 2 bedroom model, $45. $$5 down $1.25 weekly. INVENTORY CLERK must have your own landlord. More than HOUSES FOR SALE shown by appointment.
high school education, apply
week. Indian River Heights.AM 1 bath. Kitchen equipped. "Use our easy pay plan". Hall 150 families now reside here.
City 525 Palm Avenue
7-5766. 267-9940. Goodyear Service Store, 315 So. Titusville, Florida. Don't buy before you see for BEDROOM, IVi bath. screened 7 Downtown apartment build
1 Hopkins, Titusville, Florida. 267. yourself. Only a few lots left. porch, l.-rge wooded lot, aircon
For Rent UNFURNISHED, NEW, 3 bedroom 3013. Ing, "Floridian Apartments",
town house, tiled bath, central FEMALE HELP WANTED CHRISTMAS: PARK ditioning, low down payment, located on Julia Street Cornerlot
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FOR RENT heat and airconditioning, with or SPINET PIANO for sale, call 267- HOUSEKEEPER, take rare 3 Route 50 Christmas, Florida bank financing, 11000. 267-1530. 3 floors, 17 units. Out 04
without range. Near Pirtle Plaza. 0259 after 1 town owner wishes to sell.
p.m. children, live in, 267-4622 afterS Phone Orlando 275 1727 NO DOWN payment if you qualify ACREAGE I
$135 monthly 267-1928. ---
Floor Sanders Polishers : p.m. under VA. 3 bedroom 1'
GE FILTER FLO automatic wash. _ _
Phone AM: 7-3255 IRC 2 bedroom, like new, adults, or baths. Central heating and air- I 852-Downtown residence on Indian -
er, good working $55
GIRL FOR general office work. 200 acres, North of Mlms, one mileof
conditioning. 13650. $90, River Avenue. Large 3
no pets,. $80. 2676149. 6-9 or what have you to trade. 267- pay
Full time job company benefits. ALLEN REALTY River frontage, one mile of
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET ment includes everything. bedroom, 2 bath, beautiful!
Baldwin Shopping Center p.m. 1489.PIANOS --- Experience helpful but not absolutely Cocoa 636-3790 Perkiss Realty AM 7-3940. railroad frontage. Only $650 per hardwood noon, carporte and!
UNFURNISHED 3 BEDROOM ORGANSOver essential. Apply W. T. acre, terms, porch. $15,500, with $1500'
APARTMENTS FOR RENT house in South Lake Village. Grant Co., Titusville. Directions 12 miles west of OWNER TRANSFERRED, make down. Before you decide, drive:!
200 new and used to choose
Call Mr. Floyd R. Stone withJ. .
Titusville on Highway 50 at
offer on $3200 equity, 3 bedroom,
Available April 12th. 2679803. I by and see this one.
APARTMENTS OR TRAILERS. from all makes, types, sizes, HOWARD JOHNSON'S:- needs waitresses Christmas, Fla. 2 bath airconditioned, double W. Childre Realty
Weekly, monthly rates, adults styles and colors from $79.00 up, day shift and evening
carporte on large shady fencedlot All 72541Brokers
only. 504 Garden. Remember pay your Paper Boy Rentals, too, and monthly termsas shift open. Good wages, vacation 1429 Oak Terrace, 267-1935. Invited 804-3 bedroom. 2 bath home''
low as $8.00. Reclaimed bar with pay, hospitalization insur in fine residential area. 4
gains. Every Instrument guar ance. Apply in person bcwtecn 9 48 x 8 MAGNOLIA TRAILER, 2 yrs. old, good lawn, awning
anteed. Streep's 641 N. Orange, and 11 a m.. 2 and 4 p.m. at 1817 bedroom, excellent condition. windows, drapes, city waters
Westwood Orlando, GA 4-2401. South Washington Ave. 925 Orlando Road (Rt. 50)). double carporte. corner lot
Manor JUST GOOD BUYSIN and extra nice Florida room)
EVINRUDE 50 liP outboard motor BABYSITTER, CALL 267-6063 $13,650. 1,

with generator Low running after 6pm.ENVELOPES. _ _ _
3380.time. Excellent condition. 267. Business Sizes BUILDERS 877-New home on beautiful!

Old Dixie HighwayBrick Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp acre lot in Indian River Plant-j
NEW SPINET PIANO ation Estates. Central air and,
for rnahin\ Full itock at Star. WANTED
heat, 3 bedrooms and baths.
Walnut finish, full size only 495.: REAL ESTATEOVER ,
Easy terms arranged. Advocate. Can be rented for $125 month]

Homes 3 bedroom 2 Full Tile Bath KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC "FOREST HILLSESTATES" with option to buy. {t
2126 W. Tropic 2676383: 1 ACRE in a very unique subdivision Every home will

(Colored) Central Heat Built-in Range have at least one acre to that the value of this land can only WHY PAY MORE?
JOB TRANSFERRED ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT go up. Paved streets with excellent well water Restricted

w/Hood, Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice of Had over to balance move out on of furniture.town. Take Call Moving\ ? I $3000 Per Loti Total PRICE t price AND$3.000 TERMS with TO$300 BUILDERS.down and low monthly SPECIAL 800>Brand-3 bedroom 2 tiled baths1

CHAS. JANNARONE new setting picturesque
Adjuston at 267-5735.
Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. __ Titusville Shopping; Center 2'2 ACRES on Rt. 46 west of :Mims.' Beautiful spot for small landscaped lot with lots of
Remember Taper Boy country estate. $4400. Cash.
pay your AM 7-J441 beautiful shrubs. Air ondi
Also F.H.A. Homes from $13,750.00 to 25 ACRES near new State Rd. 405. This area just opened for de tioned by Westinghouse with,

Quality Service velopment. Close to Whispering Hills School. $3150 per acre. central heat. Kitchen equip
$14,500.00 $450.00 Down. Ready for
AWNINGS Compare Our Rates 10 ACRES NORTH of Mims and cast of U. S. No. 1. Covered with ped with bar and complete set
Occupancy. valuable oak, palm and magnolia trees. On good road, not of beautiful cabinets and
far from river. $1100 acre with $4,000 down.
I Free Estimates per
Westinghouse Con tin I e ntal
Homo Trailers Cab. 1
267-5437 267-5293 2672802SEE For or WAREHOUSE or commercial site in heart of City. Fronts on 3 Range. Extra large utility
anas Carports Utility Lowest streets with over 350 ft. railroad frontage. 3 bedroom home
Interstate Rates From
Screened and Florida Rooms. included at $17,50011th 29'; down. room large enough for your
Brcvard County I 1 I workshop and laundry. Gracious
No Money\ Down! MAGNOLIA:- AVE. frontage In I. R. C. 2 bedroom home can be
FOGARTYBros. zoned for business. Excellent location for business-residence living room with 8ft.
glass doors with white terrazzo
combination. $10,500 with terms.
We Are Long
Transfer Inc
OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE N. Brevard Awning 135 FT. ON: GARDEN: Street by 130 ft. deep. Good 3 bedroom noon makes this home one of

I I CALL COLLECT! On Buyers 2 bath home. An excellent buy at $15,500. $1930 down. the most outstanding values
Sales Cocoa NE 8-0713 in Brevard County. Priced at
Eau Gallie 254-3133 3 BEDROOM:\[ bath brick on large corner lot near new schoolin
HOME SUBDIVISION 267.6333 or 267 2779 ,I Short on 1-2-3-5-10 Indian River City. Central heat and A.C., fireplace, double $13.650 with only $450 down.

-------- ----- enclosed garage, garbage disposal, extra well for sprinklingand Call today and let us show
Featuring: Acre Listings, many other extras. You must see this before you buy. you this fine home. Readyfor
$18,900 with good terms.

RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY Also Lots and MOTEL located just north of Mime\ with 224 ft. U. S. No. 1 front immediate occupancy.

More Lots! age by 675 ft. depth. 5 units plus living! quarters with plentyof
LARGE 75' x ilO' LARGE POOL room for expansion. $35,000 with terms.

LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOAROHORSESHOES I Listing Your WE HAVE a fine selection of lots and homes in any price ran e. Q
5 NEW 3 AND 4 BEDROOM HOMESIN Call for further information.RYAN .

WATER Etc.] Property Today

May Mean A

: $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO COlllzlry Hub: ; J4ciqliti' J Sale Tomorrow! REALTYR. DANENBURGREALTY

G. &l Reg.
REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north oa In Beautiful High and Dry Whispering Hills Section. Campbell ; "T
U.S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more AISOCIATIS.INC g5Vs'

mile to our entrance pn right, For free information Rent will be Applied 100% to Down Payment.. CtTATE 1514: South WashingtonAM
call 267-5586.
J. D. JOHNSON 7-3853:

PRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY I PHONE 267-2758 ANYTIME MAGNOLIA PLAZA INDIAN RIVER CITY Where and get buyer better and and aster teller service expect



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BRENTWOOD ESTATES I expert, reliable and .silt 'I" \TioMllll >
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QUICK CASH for your house rquity. 4 win piannio. model. are now sjtisfytng work Lttrmates:: t'aUly :' MYlWS IILAIK .. F.nAI. NATlONAI 'WORT. pirsr .tc'I'I1.\tU: CIIIOI'. ISPS EnSClt.lllcH r : !ttlItKli I. I.X J''r/.t'iEIIOKIO.: 10. SIPS r.'> n .

2073202 uptn lircntwood littles Is minutes I AM I "..07715.I rinini tIAtihsKtXIATION: n .'"ri, rHiloii I Kl;lt. TK.s''iI: 110rllll'.rp..r.- I'loln'Hr I Plaintiff.
I ".. oricintxet and xlming in,,,11 1111,,". v.
[from downtown Titusvilie, ETTA M LOAN; *l al an Act "f tenure.. the 'VI.
piinunnt to 1 lalntlffIIOMI'S A i TirriT: C. ot:onar
4 BEDROOM SINGER M.WLMG: Mcbui Co. CHAIII.Ke: t II1WAHDTIIF : 21:0"1:11.oelt. : .
2 bath lowdown .
new. Federal Nailinal MhlI'lgge .
W ist on Garden Street. IMA PefenlantaSTATH v. fenilant" .
payment !MKesl>> section In 234 bedroom homes from sales and service inking .hcar OI )ORIDA lotion ('h"t..r Act havtm It. pi,'Intlpnl 1'iisIL'sl: :IJ INC: 'u FlorI TO:
Tttusville forest I Hills JCT-33U: ; VA. I .etc sburpeaed I'boat AM 7. '1'u.1 Hit. rTlA \1. fOAN: Dingle: OtIS.! c In the Lily of Un' .Ih i,I >g. ,, I'url"".1))I I.s. el al I.. \"". AITIFHT C. 01-nnon: "irs' I 8TAT,: OF t'LOnrUA Det"n.l"at
$83 monthly includes everything 2244f MI4JI. tILOvi'I. ." ..tI..S. >llKler t"n, Iioiii't 1 I nf lolnmriln. 11'f'o.Iiuttu hirny.. notified* thai A Hill of COM: : ,.". f't,." ,if t)'lvarlunehnur, .
LAKEFRONT ESTATES has 'the !:. 267-7142 or Nt:: 68385. ::'rlA XVII.MUV an,.1 I CHAIl I'l.ilntlff 1'11' fltfi1NKIu: : IIOMEM 1M'. PLAINT I fir Divorce hm linen file I I Iagalnm V,,. ID HI rn I hmora circle.
I wlr .1 1l.uihnml vi.MATI'IlKSS' u M 'Ii.to I oiporail,,, : :: I
homes with HtE: LP bottled gas I Installation Lids W \\IL8ON all 8. yoo anl you are rennrello A|'nrtrni ni N'... I .RocTicatfr.
PATlKT-n .
advantages yoft'll tOTS FOR SALE : r;L.C.A (..KAllAMami and Hail lla lla* Maridi, ierv. a copy of ;your anawn or N.." Irk
like 3 bedrooms IV* baths at :dos! N. V S. No. 1. liuiaville .'Oltll :H'I' OKAIIAM: WANIA J. ."RK.K.. hb WIt' .. \ 0All!'; HrKrllV: MiVririFD plia
12600. $500 down $79.38 monthly Suburban! Propane Can' iiorvice wit and lu.liani : 5156'lli.t.l0 HTATf lrrnilento, that a c.p""nt. lax' lien tlad,I l lamlnM ) Ihe l'laInIrf'e) a torn"v II. '': of your Anawer to th. ('mplalnt( fur
ATTENTION BUILDERS 6 lots :*7 6411. : IU.ni ail" I OFtUttlrHioir : to. rtcifiTDAIt yi u 'In lh.ohnvrotyll. 1-1110. 059 Houth AtlAntic III vii.. Piel-' I Dlv..nc Hirrln 'lit,' 1'lnlnUft'a
Including P and I I.. 24 year mod as is, $2200 each Shu if Oaks -- etl., .I hu bKiil : MAl I'll I'5' a. I AftHVl: inl t'..uit fur fwilmiro. "f that ,'eru ...III'loR' / "h. r'I irlilu ...1 tile the Allnrney O. llarlno llnln. J.13 Nnw
--- -- Ht.1Vieutt : WANDA J. 1AIKMC!' hIs,' "in flII' hinge recui,,Iol I in official I .
gage. Large lots. Just south nf MARViN U1.AI1I nnl original aniwer or pica ling In the lOis' i Av,'nn ', MI
Whispering! FUlls Club subdivision large storage; warehouse Used Cars & Trucks 111.Am. hummil, anl ,,'Ih'l whnnil l IA m I known. rem. Id.. all i Ilm..k Ki.' l'.uo, t.o.. 1I..ar.1. I II iff I,'e if the c..rk..I lha CIcU,1,, ala: ) fit\I"ih-ur, *Iluiil:, : u..uru.I;1,511.: uftlce l"torlula| f,
Country and small house included wife: AIKK RU1 '1INK t and il<*n.e I In 11111:1 i :l Al'th'tr' Avenueau 'u inly. hint hta. I'uhll. Ite"..nla.. Court in or before lh. 3 l'I l il ly or I tile llirk uf 'ihi ('I i'u, It Court at
(Route 405)). George B. Ca-lcy. Call osner.267-5933: :l.r.VI K( rilVK. wlfei.nl, hua }: (iulllp. 'Ii In, Ida. alit I vuti 01''' req,lire.I S u5'rei "I'V i April IYII4. Tituoultie. Florida. nn or befori thTlh *

Inc., Tlrtsvllle 267.3622. %iCIIEVROLET STATION: ban : MAltS CUAWrOUUlnvle ellIS..You hn,are been h'r..by filed notified that a 01 yitur. an.wir "r other def.'n.lvphasing' If you fall. la do no. Juilgmnnl tytefault :/ lay of April 19'H. oraulerm..*
lloMPlt < HAVHull agalmt you In to lal I lomplnlnt' on will be taken l'"nf".Mn .
> aailniit yo if pri' will h nt .I
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EDGEWATEft SchoolsIBM wagon: take o\cr payments 267. ) StIlt I I'.UN.CIIA W. the abi enilllefl .A..... .nol I that IMnlntlti altorniy. I El.'I'tIN I .ri. ,,r the relief charming old 6053. I-ORIi. hirhanOI1LAI8 and. wiee. ye teerer"q,lire,I to file your anfwor tnllWAK. I'. o n""x, ::111)8.>) tv 1 Hen ('"ml>lalnl. hATED-\...." :24. 1164.l.'Utl."I" .
Southern Colonial st'le home. ritAXV l"OItLI, : 0 rolherrro'IsIvo i leadings with ver Axrnup. "' tunrl. 'llIrl.la. in.1 I Thla n,ill 't ahall Iso plIlIIl.h.,1, once ( IP 1'0l'R1' MAI:
fireplace! close in. lot 100 x 122 : TRAINEES needed. Call 1. 1958 1 TON: CHE\ROIFT truck lUAItn, XI l'Dh and. I'fllt: the Clerk ih,nl,,thl.) Oouit nnil I.. M-rve file lie irliclniil'. nimwer. or .lefonnlv. ea,'h week for four oonaeoullva Cl'KTU': H. IIARNrRClirk : ).
783.5575Scrao. l> hunbmil Slut I Iwfre a copy 'r" f ipon the I l'lalntior lleiillnK In I 6. ..It"! e ..f the I"lerknf week In the Tltimvllle Mlnr. .lvo ,,
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$1051)0) cash. Park Avenue Real. _with 9 ft steel bed 21)76305) ,lrjAU} ; itt'iK: and VIVI .! ('I..lntlrr'lIorn..v.( .., Shun. nnme the Circuit I .i..irt 5. 1'1111..111.' ) rata. Tllunvllln. 'lorl"I1." thy tlxrttr Hill c'''irt
ty, 103 E. Park Ave. Edge. ---- ---- -- aol alh, ). "O' |I. I'r"tton. Iliewer H,,rlla. on I,ef, the .
I It A Kt IIIhunbnn,,I a lid I or ire 4ih' lnnf lion and IrI'ecI,I In Tlluavlllc 1*..111 "lerk' .
water Iron & Metals FORD TRACTOR, NAA $793 267. llnllunl. 0)11'") I ,,ilm Avrnne. Tit..m- April IN4 If VI',I fill I tn ..In I ..,. a V
Open Siturdays, wife.: llA/f:: :I. Kh.NNV.COir nrevarl I 01 nty. Horlla, thUtiiiliyof : Mar. 25 ,Apr. I. H. I. i We i I ij! jfIN
vii h' 1"1",101. .
:__ 1983 nights:; not CVH J J BEDROOM 2 B\TH} terrazzo _ _ "ail hu.bandVAITKIt: 21 1M4' If 1"0111 fall, to lo 10. a Hecree .. iitliitii.l y.u for th<. telirf ,I'll,yet fur i 1C'o irt Real)
KING IRON & METALS 19CO 2 DOOR Falcon sedan, $ 95. TLDf and MAllOW Itl'l>h:. I rn loll remo will, he entire! In the lomplalnl c'.in la K. Darnel Clerk I Tilt: I I lIt I II' I III I HI Of TIIF
floors carpeted air conditioned i linnb.nl ami wife: l.t'1.1'' I agaln.t Villi for the relief ilennnlc' The maul property being Cs'.. nf (Irriill ourl M VIII .111.111\1.| | CIK'11r INM1
well and sprinkler system dou. I 2675783. CM: till an.I NX At NI I: SMITH: In cl.the. mplilnl,, Thl.. colt I., to fire rloaeil upon la ultuite: l\li,,. mint I hy Hi'rile hullhS5sIIty \ Kill IIICI'. < Mill IIHNT 1 >
ble carporte good location Iron Steel Metal ---- ----- wit, and hUHbanl HAuNt > a m. riguga, The rent prop 1 In.lnlt, In Itrevarl, I ounlv, HUilliunl <'I,'rk !> I IHIIHI .
paved i Buying LET US SELL your car or boat. AMI: 'ND-ION anl Ju.t'LAMI.NUfO. i-rtv,nt pro. ;litk;' ,:l<' I ngiilnut .I.4. liI IK .leu,'rlliel an f"II,,w.. I.',wit : Apr. I 1.11. IA, ti (1\\.1 I 1934IX II \M Mil \0 '171)11
street possession !May 1. Browning Auto Sales, 405 Hop .... wife anl hun I lill, Km tli n C.1. I I.it 1. III'),'k ('C. lliwe Call 267 2981 after 5pm 4 Miles South On U.S. No 1 kina Ave. 267-1520. ban I: VrltNON IK'UOAS anlIIAKHAIIA IHWr:,',IAKDHN8. "t'HIIIV Nictlon 1'.1. llnvarl <''', __ UOl't A>. huKbnnl ION n. .r.lll1l11lo flat thereof n. 1'1.riIa, "' |>er 1'1111 Ih.r.,1 refine I is Till': C 1ltl"l'IT <(<'CII HT. 'I'liTIi' C.r.NOM I. JH. JAM Es: h; Mil Mil.MIAN ..
LUXURY LIVING new brick Cocoa, Florida n".1 I wife. I"IC\NI"I < Id 1101 t'A1 record":> I I .In Slut Hook II I'nice "' ,I In I'lit. I nuuk I II.t'o I IP' t)(. dll'Ie'1. I 1111 liT (Oh" PlIlItlil. \. I : <'rS: AMUll In'l Dually! .
I I PuSh I
51 PO\TI\C: $100. 267.0407. 111,1!,I Al LI':;NI/ .: UOl'Ul:. I IIIImnl :11. II 1I.'or,1o, <,r Hrevnnlronnu I'"*bll,' It..r<>r.IK ,uf U"\I.,1, lIlt I' \ 1 II" ('Ill. S'S' 1', t. Chill It 5. 0 nl. 'nilAl i..\M h.IA )COKIUlt
veneer, 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath, --- nod! wire f'llll.I.IKHAHOH I"i'rliliu.W'ITNKSP I'i, inly. rl",illn. 111 \'l'tIt\: ATIOV: a H,,,"' uiu.rt1urhti0n.,
built In range and oven. dishwasher Se rv kesPAINTI.JG 19TO) RENAULT Dauphino low and IAUUIKI IIA Kns all, (:' ) mv hanl, end 1 ",'01 of lnAND|: ..II tIIKI> al, Titan I' l. lMl: *1N<7 lalntlffi.

and disposal. Intercom mileage. excellent thapo also wife "nil haibnnil, : LAIItA 11111 I nt Tllti.vllle. Ttievarl vile. rlirlla lhlt: .I I i C'"unlt""rilio.. thla 'u clny ifMnrih 1'K4. TRl'XT COMPXNV tinnklng In- H I' IOLI\\[ "
t Al KINit alngt l lIn a J JAMFV
with AM and FM radio. centraloil by dependable semi 1950 Mercury. 2 door excellent ,i anl iiih of you III' herd>v I!idtIUTH lt'tII'It't'' RI. Al 1.1) .Illutli! ,n. ant, JVSll'N: hi. wlfa and

heat and atrconditioned retired native terms and references shape. Call 2672693. notified that a allIS hits hem file I Ingalnxt Clerk R. PARNF t'I'RTI-4, 1!. \n\KS Plaintiff. all p.r. na lining I. .mi ..t.....

wood burning fireplace, wall to If desired. Write I P. O Box -- -- ---- von 11 the al,,,ve entitle I Inu Hr,'\0 r.1 of.I the Clrinill Horl Cn irt Clerk nf the ('Icr,lit Curt, v.. debt ISle! or Inl i ",'n.t i III., ,,11 liraunn
Conntv 'la
Sly: Itertle, Hill, HOWARD r. EIDER! nof. heir coil the .
wall double Tltusville 'e and 1 thai you are rc-uulre I lo properly herein ..
carpet car garage, 291 file your. answer or other rc.poniilvaI Sty llprlle MullKipily I ly llirkMnr 'levlveei ,.oIcr lha will if (IliilyaHh mine' I. 0' any i n.n 1 hereof
fully landscaped. corner lot Wanted To Buy I >lea,.ling; with the tleik if thin (("Ol'nT ; Llrrk 2%. A'T'; H. IH (We,1.I ) 1001, : ..r Took Frani. .lereaaetl. a,,11MIIWAHII J>.f.nhal..
27500. For appointment 267. INCOME TAX AND boolkcepmg t',, nt and t.> xrrvoaon)y thnn'of > r". I':IKI':II mm executor TilE STAT: OP 'I.IOIIIUA. TO:
1928. service. 11 Burgess! and Assoc PIANO WANTED. any condition upon the I'lalnt ft or Plaintiff .\t tt -Mar a- -All"--|'" I. 8. 19Vr( -
I late Office 2673751. 1425 South call 267.7931. I ,,rne>.. wn,,"e name nnd d -- ---- lIlt .WEIS 1IOI' upon the real, pr"pert, herein ilearlhe -
Read Star /tdvocate, Classifieds''! 2V: eaih at tlio StarAlvocatv .
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only Magnolia! CLEAUSED: paperbacks all I IA..I). 111111' Palm Avenue. Tlttl.vlll.-. Defenlnnti ,I. ir any ".irl S I her....f.
Mori"In. not later than April 57lii)4 M1TH t: n. Ml IT 01FK'IIIAN'rb.: IIHU-TINOS: ; :
25c eacn at !the Star.AQvOclf'ortlce. ROOFING PAINTIVG. additIons: types. Ering to Indian River If you fall to ill ao. a theme 11---- _h_ TIIF STATr OF "I.OKI DA YUI'! AHIMHKMIY: : :NOTIUFD

and general repairs. All work Com and News. Magnolia Plaza. I',.. Cnfee.o will b. .nl.r..d AIIBln.tyou To: Howard' F Fiber 'that a pr'>"'..ling lu quIet 1 title 1 h..
_ _ free estimates licen 4.9 p.m. for .the relief ilemanlol .In the rim Mireet n,>" nConneaul burn br,iiia-hl In tb" i Ircull Court
guaranteed, -- (omplnlnt TIN. ailt, la for tho ,.Rr- Lake. Pennsylvania for tIres.rI County. "I..thlo aialnat.
sed and bonded. 267.3411. USED Auto till,m of real relate 10"111..1,, I .ll lire TO: Howard r". r;Iber na r:xe"lIlnr all. prn,,". Inlmlrij uiu eatat,
AUTOMOBILES City viirl County Mori la. mire purl I Iul ,'- nf the J-nlnte if Ililya I JoIb..r:* Hunt tin, nr n ternal In ,ir lien
FOR SALE! II BRICK BLOCK and cement work. Parts AM 7.365.Work "irly (I..a..rlbcd aa foil',wn: C'o"k Frani. decpaned upon the f II..win* ,If...rll,el real
--- ----- --- rlrnt Plreel lux U ,,
Free estimates. Ycrjcr!: Construe. lit Six (ltil rn Section FlxtoenIII ('onn...ut l..ke. I'.nn.ylv"nln .VrirYiV,1" Hr', ". ounll'( .

3 LOTS-160'1 X 105'on tlon AM 7.5728COOKS Wanted .. TownshIp TwinlyrlKhtt.XI You .rc hereby nitlflnd I that
a .
Th .
,, half ,
H uih Range Thlt'Iv.luv- 3-WAY milt lion : I "n"- "f 1k ffoithJtlgbi
been file I )
agilniil unl .
St. Johns St. | WELL DRILLING Scrv -- -- ,'n <1371> ln41.; iHintalnlnR SOAVITMsV'm'v 1,,HMh Franc In the above you enttllIraIl .I moot tu nf th. K..lllh"UI 'u. ieee
YOUNG COUPLE seeking employment I.... GUARANTEE .,. anil the hant I'HI' t.t 11I..r fnr
250' W. of Hopkins Ave. Ice. licensed insured work guar. in Titusvilie area. Thirteen : hand' anl anal of "I to film that> your you.re anawrr hereby with the require .. ,.f-n.1 H'..y for Mouth fatrlok. ,
anteed. 267.3245. aall Court al THuavlllo llrevarlc ON VOID 818111 Clerk <.f Ihla ,
I'ollrl. anl In
4 years experience as General ',Sit Iv. rlorlla,! thla 21 day of there aervo a The N"rth ona.half of IT 8
copy" she '
ZONED: INDUSTRIAL Motors dealership Service Man. Merck 10)64) upon tilalntlff orIIelnhIf ilovernment I I..t No.4. all lu
INCOME: TAX returns, accountingand ( t'allorne y whone n..,",. anl Hettlon :2.. .
Write R. S. Simpson 1412 COUtT i"1'1.\L) :'>1 Idreaa. I.: Flubaih ft Nohrr Punk Townehlp 21\\ Houth,
service' C.F Assoc. ager.
WAREHOUSING system "J'RTIII K. 11AHVFSI of Melbourne IUn t n 37 taut: llr,'vanl Ootinty,
lates Madison Street Wajnesboro ( Circuit! Court TruHt Company. 'I""hl.. .
267.0271. 'Its-k I of the Drawer T. Melbourne,
LIBERAL BUSINESS Virginia Hrcvnrd County. Flotlili. .. later than 8'lomilo I "..I l and you are hereby required to tile
I sty llertle Hall April 31: 1UA4 with the Cltrk ..f .all Court your
FREE BOTTLE installation. It fall ,
gas yoi la di ei. I lerrra
Jack J. Roam 220-71 St. RELIABLE VvTllTE woman. Di-l,.uty Clerk ronf',." will he ..enlcre. ngilnNt pro vrlitrn appear. ,inre. penonally or
No required hone you
gas deposit Alar IS Apr 1.8. I* tWel) 1061IN ly yiur attorney In anil Proc..Ilog. -
for the .
Miami Beach UN i 0272 I relIef IemenIei ,In the
2673076 or 2671989. Titusvilie housekeeper companion and plaint "" on or bet.ir.. Ihi' tfth day of
for chillren :Miss Lcffler All.II. HIM: anl thereafor lo file
I Gas Co. care Till: C hill I I I'r C lit II"r rtr 'IMI-; "To better serve the people of this area The nature of aull null I ring. for ".rvl '" ..n Ih. "i> rounarl I anilartllnic
-- -- --------- 267.5855. :\1'10111'/1'\1. IHlir lM > F.. .
reiloaur* nf Mi rtg>.,n me",nlier file wilh ...hl, ('Irrk vnur wrlIln
.\ ii I nit 1IHHltll ('ItlSIt I hog the ..... ,, ..
following ri I rib*'I irnpeity II h.t "" II any lo Ihe Complalnl
IN!' tilt: ( IH(1 If ( Os 111' I' \ ". tI <>llllll \ McCotter :Ford Trade-In Division announces United. In llrevnnl County Fl..rl""11, (hr 11111.0. pr..rlb..1* IIlaw.. thereto at
visit luet\: alto ( III \ I 1'II.IIIC- > ( .II 5S < I.lit NOl I I>UH.t. lo.wit: ip the mtat... rllthl. title Or
SYDNEY SCHWARTZ REALTOR III V. IS ( II \,('I-.,Kti \ NOl It rAHNOLD Lot 35. nirharla RuhllvlKlon aororillng liitermt' In. n. Urn up,in. iht xhoV.Iiei'rlhrl .
:\11. ,MR imlolON, : Ui T cALDLt I the Three-Way Warrantee on Used Cars to Ih* plat llereif .. rnnordeil pri,perly claimed by you.
UNION DIMT' 's\\i\n MANK a Plaintiff In Plat Ho..k II. late III. Herein fall nit ur Jurifment will b*
corporation. va PinHo, Kecorila ot llrevaril I County enterel) a'alnat you by ,Default.
Plaintiff. rtMIUDLICU: CALDIEDefen I Take the Guess Work Out of Buying A ''InloIa.WITNJoRf. WITS my band ansI the aealnf
v. .tnnt : my basil mint, the lent anil Court at 't'Ituesqlle. FlorIda
JOHV N. KAl'F -':\IAS ana BARB TO, Bt-:l.MA REDLICH CAl'1>UKc nf tall Court it 'l'Itwvliue. Hirllt, thli .Irl "hey of Mar b. I'HUItOtHT .
AHA D. KALFtMAM: /!> Mr Ic..lllloh: ttr. Used Car. See The A-1 Used Cars Mc- thla il: .Uv of Marsh IGr.4. NEAL: )
T>>'fin,Infill. 878 ('...nn.ylvanl"v..nuo.. I at (CUIIIT SEAL) C't'RTII It. nA Tt1ll FoR
XITHF: OF M I r lI.ouklyn..w York CITRTIH It. nARNrrlC link' if the ('Ireull CJnirt
BEST Across
TUP STAT (it' F1OHIOA You are hereby ni title,I tint a Cotter Ford "l..rk of the <'Irr,ill\ Court II Y: llertl. IN II

from Parkway School and Pirtle Shopping Contc" 1C: JOHV N. KALIK.MANJlenl (',,mi,I tint f,,r DUorce him been f lei Sly, V. H Kiienel'p| D puty Clirlt
leiue nknown. .
ngainat. you and you are riqilredt Ttapilv ( I rk Himeo A. Amarl
We offer the finest business property value in Titus- Mailing' Adlre.e' ,, aerte u c UI|'v ,f .y*iiir Anawer; or Mar. 2S. Apr I. I. 15 I Welt 19AII All irm-r for ililnllffa
PoRt Ufflct Box 211llarrrlnnelii leading lo the Complaint on the I'. (). lIon JHIf'ocoa
rnerto ftleoYOU llalntirra John A. Iti-e,I. nearh, FlirllAlar .,-
ville 266.50 feet on Highway 405 301 feet deep. a\turn.y.
Tilt! HbltFlty NOTIFIED 479 llallarl Drive. Fan lalllo, "lorlla Of IS. Tilt: ('IKI LIT VISITOr. U') Tilt: 9S. Ate 1-.. a.. .f.l- 1'10..1'. _fuljIS .-...
6000 sq feet building, paved parking area that a lull ha. been I lirt I ,I analnil i and file the orlnlnnl Anawer or Partial' List Cars NIMH Jt 1.111I, < nn i ir. I' -:
you In the above came and you are 1'luu.linn In the of rice of the Clerkof Ails t'OIl UK I-V.Mill COt !'415. Tllr. ; C INt'l IT 101 WT f;f TUBMNIII
$75 000.00 cash. required to tile your anawer with' (IrLult! (ourt! nn or befora the IUHII>> \ oil 1111 I \I. I lilt. I n. IV
the Clerk of thu. Court anl to 811) day of April 191 I. IN! Cll \ !> <'ritV NO I7MI .tMl (lilt rilr: i Its ''OJ fi orlltrllltli

Use the property for your own business. Rent it .erveac thereof upnn the If you fall! ,lo 01.l .,i. Judgment toy laThE TO I'IH'IOIII "T S lr; III'! IIOHIIlt
plaintiff or it attorney. Vlahnnev defa'lit will hp taken niiulii yule DAVID L.. CAItMICIIAr: IN < II > M r 11'fl.. 7 NttNATlONAI
t for an excellent, return. Excellent, capital gain op Hallow, Chamber.. 4 Alan,.. llarn fur Ihe relief 1I.'m.nolrel I In the Cora 1964 MONZA .M,AINTIrfLfcNOIlE .' lIVId 1o.I. RANCB
tit r-alloiml Hank Ilu lillng, Jack llalnl' $$2495 va COM I',\III V. a Vermont ''
portunity.FOR onvllle 2. Florlla. not liter than (Court ...IiCt'RT15 J. CAItMICIIAFI.TO !. 'T'ialnllffAl :
April 21. 1964 If you tall I 10 t'> 110.. n liAflNFS : ",..
Decree Pro Confeao will be entered I Clirk of ('Ir"'ult Co irl Automatic 5000 Actual Miles IPNOItn 3. CAKMr/.MnMNT. :J .FIIFD>> lIMIT: ) and LOIHhMITII
LEASE with to if des'red 3 bdrm 1V4
option buy against you for the relief d..mlln"r.1 fly: llertle Hall 1)C You I,I' NOKM/ J. (AKMICIIAr: hIm wife rt al

bath home, located near Parkway Junior High and In the Complaint Thli lull I. to Apr. 1. 8. n. J3 (Wei) 1W4IN are hereby noiirinl that A 11111 .of'uMI.LAIN'r firfenilanli
forecloM a mortla5e. The real prop \ tat Ill nurse nu li. itn ,Nitru: or Itllr
Hills Elementary Schools Convenient. erly proceed I agalnat In filed agalnat von. ansI I 'YOII are ro. HTATH 1 OK' "UltlDA TO:
Whispering 1.01 1.1: ot (nit 3. UAKDr:N DA LF.Hl'BDIVIMIOS. Ill I:! C'IItCTIT ('Ill Hr OF TllrMNIII : quired to morse a onpy 01< your an Alfrel H nllh anlI

ly located near shopping in a nice residential accordlnf to the : JlOllltl. ( Illllir OrtioHiiit 1963 FAIRLANE war or ulea,ling lo the lull nf ( om. ila rlmlth kin wIt.
area. $$1995
Plat thereof ta records I In Plat INMI ton nut plaint to the 5'IalalIrt'eatturt.s HH02 Tulankl Hlfhway
Book 14. page 141 Public Recor \ ,\ II" ( III MT1' '. U. 1C:. PITTS P. li. thug 24)H. Hal lImitS !lO'.. M'.nd.' : '
1 SYDNEY SCHWARTZ Realtor : f: I'll llr IrND: 4 Door Automatic Nice. original anawer or pleating In Iheof ,ugh, unler r agalnat the aaltl
Together with all trucluren and LOIS Nk.LL.lb! MUKLKY. flea ef toe Clerk of the Clr" till Alfred Hinllhj anl Li li ffmlth hi.
1141 S. Hopkins Ave. Improvementa now an,I hereafter" on ... lalntlff Court on or befor the 21t bolA y of wife. anl all par II.. having or
aid land and future attarhed April 1KM ilnlmlig. lo h.
Titusville Florida y right. tula or
e. thereto; alao all ice deem. electric SIARI6Y EARL H08E1FYD Jf you fall to tin ao. Jilgmant, by Interval In the real property with
AM 7-6100 or 6101 water .and other heating cooking. .fendantTO default will h* taken ag.. nut yo)i liniroveimn thereon herein. .ea.
refrigerating. HsMIng plumbing : StARRY JARI. MOKPIFYllr : : 1962 METEOR $$1495Custom for tha relIef. demanded In maid ::rthedXOir.
EXPERIENCE{ DOES COUNTWe've ventilating. Irr gatlim. and power :MIDI-:NCr: I'NKNOWVNOTICI Ci: ,mpl lntThla A*") BACH OP YOU
ayatema. machine. appliance. fix- -: IM HrKLIlY: !: lIVEN nolle abaSh b* publlHhe I hereby lak nod''. that a aol. baa
turea. and .ppurt. enan..... which that a C omplnlnl fir Ill Sore. ha. ono each week" for four conaenullv .beets file I ugnlnat' you In the abovaatyled
now are or may hereafter pertainto leen file analn.1 you. IV the I'Inln. 2-Dwr, Air. Week." In Ih. Tltuivllla Mar.A.Ivoturlla (',,url. 'rh* nature of th* Cult
or be uaed with tour on lull l tiff In the above aiyled Court and cal. Tiluavlll.. Flort.l.. la 10 f..r.','Inm that certain nrmrfg -
premlaea. even though they be deta that V soar, htrehy r..ulr..1. .1 ti'porno Done coil Oruheeh I. Tiluievllle. '.. tinted March 29 12 .eel fll."
"he'I or ,taclmble a copy of yo..r AN..Wt:1C nr "rev..d County. 10'101., (hue 2:1: day of p.il,Me rotor I In l Official? HecurdaHivkllMI
TOll he, with the flowing, Item. ileallndIC1I on WI LII A Mil (2KIL- of March 19114. 1. page ThiS) and iubeequentlyrereconlel
of property which are I 10e.l.d In and I'. O. Box H18.! Meihsrne. K narnea Clerk of the In offIcial Keoorla
permanently Inalalleil an a port ft Horllu. Atlorneya fnr Hlali,llff. miSCli. 1962 VOLKSWAGEN $$1395Custom Circuit Court Hoik OhIO 11,in 778. uhilo KeeorU.
Moved the Improvement on nail Ian.I' I the .rl.IOIII AS"W.aC: In the Soy Jlertl. Hall of llrevard County ,irlda I ano""',).
flUTI'U'N' I' fcl: .H: 'THIC RII'r'! fflce nf the I'lurk I of the Circuit (COURT: 1L: Clerk I : inurIng I h" hentnaftrr, .1 I I-p, rlhml real
IN OVEN MODFL: 10! I. a"7flOTl'OIST jo'IorhlR* on or before the irth) day Radio Heater. Mar, 25, Apr, 1. I. IR (WeutI I ) 19Rt. Which nail ault In ,tenting, li the
ELECTRIC Bt'It.T. of April 1104. If you fall to tin .o. Clriull, Court if Ski Ninth Juliet I
IN RANGE TOP MOUKLUTRtwMC a pe" ree I'ro Confunan will I lei taken. IV, Till: ('HIM'IT CIH BT OK Till Circuit In on, ) fnr the Coanty *f
arniAi: ewntHIIVANT ; I .Knlnnt you for the rilltf dimnnded NINIII it UK Ml. tllt"IIT IS llvarl. Mate of P'lutriIa In Chan
Ct-VTRAL IlrATlVO In the ('omplallli.WITSfHIf ASH FOlIO IIKKViHO': COtNTV! c..ry Nil. 2TMII. aol ,lb' .bhrnl..1
Ed Kittles RAM. IIIFD) M >DFL HI.S9.IL'SVHI : my hanl ant offl,'lalaeal t I 01111'. tItle uf the. "'a.a I. Notional Ufe Se.alIenor. -
AgencyRealtors -:RIAL, IS MJIMI) at 'rltu.vlll... H..rlla. thla Htk 1961 COMET STATION WAGON $$1295 < IMM ....HV NO 1701 C'ompeny. n Vermont corporation
WITNESS my hand and the neal nt day. of Morrh ,IJ04CtltTIB JtrNATH XAHAKKOv I llMlntlff; : I v.. Alfreil smIth
thin Court at Tltuavllle Florida. thla H HARNF8' PlaintiffIKJDNEY ...1 I.ola Smith. hU wife et .1.! D*-
21: day of March A. D 111II4.* Clerk Circuit Court frnlanta.
Insurors COtRT III'AI.ICURTIIt: I Sly llertle 11..11D..puty Automatic DeLuxe. ) : W. ZAICARKO, Ihe deairlptlnn of the real) property

R. BAKNF8 Clerk Clerk Involve.! in .1,1,I suit and deecrlbel -
Hy llertle Hall Deputy ( lerk COURT ,MAL) !N..TICIC\ or M'ir"1 |IR the Complaint I U a, tol.
Mar :21 Apr. 1. I. 15 Wed) 1il Mar IH. :25 Apr. 1. I (Wwl VtM TO. IinriNKV. ZAIIAIIKO lawa" :
-- -- --- AtOll l'OMMAMDINU LoC i 1.. rn.Mk I.. nowp OAR.
Formerly At 15 MainHas
1960 OFFICER DfcJNH HhcTION: J-3 ar.,ord-
$$1295Loaded FORT '
FVINWOHTH. lag ta Hat therrof aa rotor.led
Kids Walk' to School KAN8AHNOTK' In I'lat II..nk 13. papa M FuhlloHxirda
I *: la hereby Klvaa thai lha of llrevard County.,
Moved To Air Conditioned. l'I.'nliff. n :VATP 7AHAKKO haa H.rtle
flit I her cult fir. Divorce, "".I..dll'' YOU AND EACH OP YOU are
I,f the minor chillren, ami other me.15cC require.I ta. file your anawer to the
I afilnul the Defantlant ROO- Complaint with the Clerk of the
HEY: W. AHARKrt,. in the Circuit abov Court ,I
atylefl an nerve a ropy
611 S. Washington Ave. ALL TilE ABOVE CARS ARE COVERED BY TIlE ('.url In and l for B'y0ra County. them f upon Plaintiff' AttoraryKThWART .
"''orhl.. I. AY Kith. ",, "n.. add

t1 t Moms Love the Kitchens! THREE WAY McCOITFR FORD WARRANTY'! JiKKOAIIAKKO The abbreviated tide I. ZAIl. r.., 'la Foal Offlir Hun MIJ tail
lallle Fl 'rlila. aol later than tha
(Across from Town Motel) Tba Pf.adant la required t ,
bla Anawer with" lha Clerk of the by law via. a S earn* pro con.
circuit Court and to lIP""' .a eoiv Into will b* entered agalnet j>IU
thereof upon the Plaintiff. Attorney a nil each of vnu.
.tWIj.I! ;; April 17th. 194*. IN WITVtKtl: WHPRCOP, I hava
< WFAIItirlla hereun let S my hand) end affined
&qQ! McCotter FordTRADE ( R. n.", ". I ba olllcf.1 out IIr .alol I Court atTltuavlUI.

"Let us handle your MI.IIK Or TIn: cinruir II rrvar. .1 County. FlorIda
'flUlCT 'lisle' :Kith tiny it Mann A.O. 1904
tIp, V I. Ipantl.r IC'OL'Rt' $"Bf-AI>
pepuiy. Clerk ('LRTI':' R TARNES
Real and Insurance" IN DIVISION I MTPPHT: M MAOYAB Clrrk of lha circuit: Court
Estate II Altorner for Plaintiff llrevaril County. Florida
I .HI North Maanolla
PRICED FROM Aveaua sly V ft. IpenihertWpuly
I Orlanln, PlorldaMar
PARK HOMES $16200 FHA 730 S. WASHINGTON 2672617: : I II. 21. Apr, 1. I (Wed ) 1944 ( : CIRCIIT COtnt

Phone AM 7-0831 Stewart I.. Avera

INDIAN RIVER CITY 2W.S221 23c each at the SUr.Advocate I Ecu Poet. Office Dilllr. lbs Florida 1W3

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PAYMENT (/Jealtlit n.p t f 15,000 TO $19,000


A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusvilie" $4750 to I6J30 Homes restricted to 1800 iq. ft. minimum.

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

3200 Garden St. Titusville

S THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 287-3222 ,or 2672531W.dn"dlY


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I -Southern-- Bell Spent Record I r J/ya/ 'f.ial 1 .7i/b mL'/ "Super-Right" Shank Smoked /\ PICNICS Whole or Lb.Half Sliced 33e \)

$$313 Million In South Last Year "'" 6 to 8-Lb. C

PIC N I C S Avenge 2 9
Southern Bell Telephone Company leased today in Titusville, one of
spent a record.breaking $373. 93 exchange which South*'rn U"II LB .
million in 1963 for facilities to c* serves in Florida. '

pand cations and services improve for a communi changing, Bells The second year 1963 corsiciitive was Southern record! j 4' '1111';lt; e4'ictf; J/'iJ/ IVJ f 1SuperrRight1Heavy Western Beef (Chuck

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growing South.Prl'sident breaking year In building new I ;
Ben S. Gilmore reported facilities. The company spent $20
this giant: contribution to million more in 1963 than In l'JG2! I
the South's economic growth in Demand for telephone service ROASTSt4349cBeet
the firm's 1963 Annual Report re continued strong in 1'JUT( the report :
stated! There was an increase \ '
of 407000 Southern hell .;. __
IMI Directors Telephones in l%jJ. To achieve : '...'..;..'J....:..::::::...
this net Rain, the firm tonnrcUvl .-:.......n...--:: Stew, Or '
C--+ Super Right" First Quality Boneless' "Super Right" Western Sliced Develned
Installed 1,424,0110 tdophones

Declare Wi' Cent or disconnected another 770,000.1.017 At,(XH the) and end moved of the
Southern Bell operated 8 '.. 50&\111\ ..- Pf s ,
year STAMPS ): Mortons Quick frextn, All Varieties "Super.Right" Heavy Beef Full Cut e' .
415,000 telephones jM !Hj!
DividendThe Residence eus. mere with Individual 1! DINNERS "S 1 o: 39c CHUCK STEAK 49c
!!({ nlth thin rniiimn and puriliMii. vl 1 U{ LB. 8.4 Oz Can Fruit Cocktail I
from 63
Increased .
Board of Directors of In. lines ,I M 7 Oi. Can Renuilt Air *! Its-Ox. Can Blendeda1x,1.111E Peas
vestors Mutual, Inc has de- per cent at the end of 1J(>2 to GC 1 IH... DEODORIZER 59c 9Bj;: Super.Right" Sliced Vacuum Packed "Sup.r-Right" Western Beef' Shoulder 8.Oz. Can Seasoned Green Beans
cent at the end of 13
Flared of a U'z'regular cents quarterly per share divIdend payable .- per years ago only 25 per edit of :)I!(S. 1nnpnn. urnd I tliruni.il/:, Hun, .Iprll. 14 98::! HAM 'PKG.01 59c SST 99c ARM ROAST L. 59cQuick 8h.01. Can y C. Sliced Peaches ... ..

March 26 to shareholdersof Southern Bell residence cost '.IJIIL.:1C1C1Ia:..... 1' ">. 8-Oz. Can Stewed Tomatoes j :::::

record at the close of business omers had cent individual of Southern lines. Only Hell ;..:::::::: :_- :-::-_-:-::=::::-a:::::_ : "Super.Right" Sliced Pure Pork. Bag Frozen Dressed \ \ 8'A-Oz. Can Whole Beets ::?::)'
on March 25, 1964, Harold K. seven residence per customers now have 1.B .:.:.:.:.: 1 SAUSAGE 1.Lb. 37c 2 .b-69c FLOUNDER 39c MIX 'EMOR ::;:::;:;:;:
and chair Pkg. u. $ 00 /t\\tiii \: f'
Bradford president four party service compared to Iii' PLAID lS|I it\;\ .w. 7 CAN .. \
announced. ;:: M T H
man 35 per cent 10 years ago: the re 1 50 1rs ; Cap'n John's Quick Frozen Breaded Quick Frozen HeadlessCOD : :<:::0... ONLY | \ >
This dividend for the second port said ; STAMPS iii! kI' ..,{ )

quarter of the; Fund's fiscal year The area served by Southern ,. PORTIONS I* 99c SHRIMP LB. 79c ;).l.
MUN IhU r anil .mhn.e uf :
with 9 Vt cents per : : HI ;
compares Bell has Increased imlust ;:
sun \h.: (.r
Large Tube Seer Clear ..
share paid at the end of the pie- rlalization, said Gilmer, and this ii' HAIR DRESSING i :..:..:.........:. :..:::.::...:.......... .:.-..:..... 1
reI'1j1! ; cuinrtc r, end OVj cents I .
has resulted in an increasing .. : '
per share paid! a year ago. Tho standard of living for the peopleof ('u..,,,. annd. Ih..'..11-11." ttun I .lyrll!79CJI. l! Special! Mazola Corn b I
dividend will be distributed ex- the South. I

clusively from dividend and interest Southern Bell has spent almost( ..1ItBXX:1I:11..._.....__..._____________:____:______:.1: PINT C .. .: Ann Page Broad or FineNoodles
income. It I li the 94th three billion dollars in the past) r...--.-----------------.---------.-, OILSpecial I BOTTLE 34 3 :::;: S Pif eclaIr
consecutive dividend paid by 10 years to expand and improveits 'ltJlt.t.I.HH: 1 \\: ::!l
(he "'un'!. services in the South, Gilmer : E
Shares outstanding currently said I If'InbTQ\ PLAID Jane Parker Delicious Lemon \. \ ggIn

number approximately 199!!),650- "Our expenditures for plant Im I LfMPS: A AIii

000 compared with 178,900,000 provement have, expansion substantial and cost Impact of. S Mllh l IhU ruiiia, '. and p",.....,sr "I E I I'-LD-' C :f;; :::::: '
will operation a
a The dividend P I E 3 9
year ago '
amount to approximately $18.9 on the South'i economy," he I i 1 BAKED 1 1.lb. Cans BEANS Any Verlety Ann. Page :I EACH !;: 'i;=:!!

million and will be paid to 382- said. I R' ,,I U.11.8' .I i: :::Z C

000 Investors shareholders.Mutual, Inc, one of ting In 1963 expenses, Southern and taxes Bell's, most open> of I uixin foud thrush Nunirll| I Special! White House Instant Non-Fat Dry (: '1 PKO I LB: 29

five funds for which liuestors economy which flowed, amounted in to the to $851 region, million L ':! J ,'.:.. ::.:: ...,..,................:.:.:.:.:...............
Diversified distribution Services and Inc investment provides Of this $240 million was paid! r. t M I L K 12 p'k' T 7 9 C r "_,,,,*,'_ '
advisory services, Is the In ment taxes, State to the Government Federal Govern.and to 25 ;: I j

world largest, with mutual assets fund in excess In the of 5,700 amount Local does Taxing not include Units the This ten '. STAMPS Mi I. Special! Apple Keg AppleJUICE i

$2.4 billion cent Federal Excise Tax on local Mllh Dili r.upnn anil piinlmw nlIZVi Mi i 1.aT. GENESEE BRAND fJ:
E11U: Lewis of Cocoa is zone and long distance service which oi pkg Applan Way Regular 14.OZ. C L',!
rnnmgcr was $88 million in l3. Telephone PIZZA MIX 43c i I CAN 3 5 Beer
service Is household utility .
the only %\ 4llCuupun - with such a tax the report .....l ihruovli Huniirll, 14PIAID i 1 ... .... ',
VA Recoveries stated, despite efforts to repeal I I f'i:;
.. Jane Parker Sandwich Creme Speclall Jan Parker Gold or MarbleCOOKIES :
it. Total wage cost was 413 million L._! iliiili'HeHlJIjOftfefft or AI'e ii
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In 1963.Southern. -, 311M.OI$1.00$ POUND CAKE Loaf 49c ::
iiTiiiIiiir-- ,
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Reflected For Bell's earnings per I' ": .f,, ::I

share$2.07 were for 2.10 1962.in Discussing 1963 comparedto the 1 PLAID 1!: Ann Page Creamy Smooth Special! Jan Parker 6 12-OZ. 99c hi;.:}! )N Nil

Brevard (ounly need capital for," "vast Gilmer amounts said the of com new STAMPS ijj PEANUT BUTTER 3j $$1.09 BLUEBERRY PIE r 1 : 49c CANS tj!:( i

pany "must continue to strive I: With Ild.I l renpnn unit i.ur.l.ii.i. U 3 H.P. Cycle. Country Boy Speclall Jan Parker DgJg!; ;J;;: ryrrmrrlfr\t.: : :..:...,.:.:.:..... .. Jffffl( ,
1 1 Ib, Ctn, Mrs Filberts Whipped l R29cM .. .. : : :: ::x:::::::
Col! w. II Doshoff reports for a level of earnings that will .,....,............. .
that on information supplied by enable us to do more quickly :: MARGARINE.. ,. 1-11.(11.1. I lAWN MOWER $49.95 GLAZED DONUTS Box' 12 39c ;; ;;; ;;;:;:;; :;:;;;:;;;;::;;;.;.';;;.:;;. ;.:;..:..:.:...........)....{....;..;:.....:;.., JJ
Melvin T. Dixon, Florida State more of the things!! we want to do \
('o |i liIS .0..1 lhruaah san..lnrli"' It "Il i
service) Officer, at St. Peters to make our service better and i..

down burg, nf the reinvents following for is a Blevald break. more residence useful extensions increasedby I .!.! .!!!. I.;H ..! j SPECIAL! Jane Parker Choc., Orange, Peanut B utter or Combination: Creme Sandwich

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County for the period July 1, 126,000 to 1539 produced
llIrlltlltlIIII= i : s
19 i3 through March 31, 1964 as a new high of 34 residence r 1

reflected I this office in the: official recordsof extensions telephones per 100 residence main Iii 25&\111\ PLAID iil Hb.8oz. GO ;

Service connected $57,620.00j; Sixty nine per cent of Southern c STAMPS O3XU
Bell customers can now dial their ( I
I\Icnsrvke connected, 31,488- own long distance calls. iii "Illi I',. ru",." cost, pnrtliiiw ear fl 1 lJ\4a., ...
1 lib 4.oi. Pkg Batty Crocker H I
69! ; Insurance, 61),364.80) ; Pointing out the importance of '" I o
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PL 16
CSO training 1419890.;
providing communications in the : .. ", 1-11-1 r IIII I
& 894 training, 2780,00; Death defense of the nation, the report I .ulw' Good lhruaah aen..1pr/1. 11 It 1
compensation and pension S3- stated that the largest military IlIl. : x
43467; Burial, 3,87250: ; Mis- maneuver in peacetime history. i.r..r..* ..... .eaeete. .__J FRESH CRISP ICEBERG 1
rellinoous, 49873;, Total $224- gave Southern Bell and its employees
34351: : an opportunity to demon m iiiii1iiii; ii: J
etrate what they can do on an [ LETTUCE HD 19

ENVELOPES Burtncss Mzes emergency basis The month.long ..,. ll PLAID |!
: S 1ii: 1 0 0 EXTRA
operation Swift Strike III centir
Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp !ItJs STAMPS ; Pickle' Patch Hamburger Sliced
ed In South Carolina rciuiriil! the! ..
for lull stock at Star-
mailing : : DILL PICKLES I l-pi. 6-oz. jar 29c
Advocate. night and day work of many :, n lilt IM.1 rmiixm, mill |pnnun.n' .f .:
Southern Bell employees. i.r'' Gold Medal Plain or Self.Rifing .-I: PLAID STAMPS Eelbeck
-- '-- ------ -- ----- ---- FLOUR 5-lb. 59c U$ MEALround .
--.I bag ..: CORN 1-lb. 8 oz. bag 20c
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:. ('.eaua" nand. thrauell. rtes. \.11" I II II, With this Coupon and the purchase of any 3 of the produce Items Sunshine
: : Lilted Below: VANILLA WAFERS . I 12-ox. pkg. 29c
t !! :! I !:r- -: : l 3-Lb. BAG YELLOW ONIONS 29c
Del Monte Light Meat
rfflJ f lr ij s f iiIi i :- l 5-Lb. BAG FLORIDA ORANGES . 49c CHUNK TUNA 3 B'/a-oi.' cans $1.00() l,

'Ii"It PlAID 11! Bordeni 'Instant Mashed A
A \, t 4Lb. BAG WINESAP APPLES 55c POTATOES. . H'' -e:, pig 2Sc

lbptri.ncCld !; STAMPSflill iill 10-Lb. BAG WHITE POTATOES ,
I; ... 49c Bordens Instant'
Let' 1 ,\ .tliU niniiun, and p"nli Garlic i> ifVi l (Coupon Good: Through April 121) POTATOESChocolate . ? 8\a.oz'\ pkg. 41c
s Return CopeblsSPESSARD Oi Bo'tU Ann Pag or :
L. i .. I/ ::=::::=-- ---- -- _- :0 -
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r.or' '''n annd ..;........ ciao"' \lirll, It -- -
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THE UNITED STATES SENATE rt .. .Cet Fine Gifts Faster Prices In this Adver
1 I want to .p'tii it PACCIC TEA ,
; : : MF G.EAi ATIANIIC a Saturday, April 11th
rtgrtt In not bang ibis I to Mtmb.r .f the $ noU Ace LA CHOP MEATLESS
travil constantly, during th,icampa pr.',I.tl.... Cmmllt" .. OCEAN SPRAY "Ocean Spray Cranberry Julu"
'yn throughout th* .""'t. .neull al
JL M..I In* r SUE Y
S'at ''job of tn/ can end s,.,. icltnct C.lt. Cranberry Sauce CO C K T A I L A I Hours! Monday Tu..day W.dnesday .
d dacy t.e.ceen el you N.. Thursday and Saturday,
Un,ltd Siatti Senator. but I gar Friday, '.' Sunday, 106.I .
Agrl ;
"M.mb.r .Ith.) S net 1.lb. 29c 1.lb. 37c pint bot. 29c
(f..1 I at II'i if I col stand ivltwr and tor.itry Com* can can
would not b. woe to liav .
Wath end have Florida, centsM.m1.r.1 J
ngton .... > Joint Cnn, 1
not .pr..nt.d in Cong' AEyour .1 ntntiientlalFd Luster Cream Concentrate VALLEY GOLD SULTANA BRAND PURE NINE LIVES DETERGENT DETERGENT
S.nor+ Senator, I mght" .eI..1 n r.ductl.n l ..,...4.'..,... R 1 r
out that Iht influtnc, SHAMPOO FROZEN DRINKS Strawberry Preserves CAT FOOD SUR F I I INS 0 BLUE
,and .rhi poau.f. an 'ind'vidualSinu 4. M..f.. ( th. J.nl. Dm.cimi '
t.rmowl,'a, "by t sly'IK. UNIO.ITY largely tit ha .S.nt.r St,Hallwld..rln. C.l h.mmltt"l .....!" 1ge. jar $1.00 6-oz. can l lac 2-lb. jar S9c 3.Ib.95c 2-6-V2-0Z. cans 3Sc reg. size 26c reg size 28c

hot otto led. .<'liv.ly mpwuibU f., Ih.
Spcttaru Holland II now see ih..".ilina .f( Hundreds of
,mg 1\1' I lath), year at a mtmbwot MMIvnl, .f D.IIw..t ftd"ml LAUNDRY BLEACH DIXIE CUP ANN PAGE Keystone Stems 8 Pieces COLGATE DASH
tin Voted Sto'tt' Sena'i fund. craalinf t I.ni .fItiMMndi CLOROX REFILLS Tomato Ketchup MUSHROOMS DENTAL CREAM DOG FOODs
from\ Hoi, do and ht 'il 6il' .t |labs. which 'In :j I I
In the ado, ef S.",arty' In the ".n.f,'. Iht .c...my
him I '
Dtmocral,: .mbo.hlp .f the .f I every *n,* In th. ."",. gal. jug 43c 4D 9-oz. cups 47 2-14-oz. bot. 37c 13 / -oz. can S9c family size 8Sc 2-1.lb. cans 33c
5.1. flat* e< '



I reg size 3Sc qt bot. 7Sc reg size 3Sc reg size 39c 3-lb. box 79c reg size 3Sc

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.S1 1y Volc. of 25.000 North Brorard County R.sld.nts 4

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Section C TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY APRIL I, 1964 Pig 1CBrSiiust : .... ". .. ,
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To Kickoff Drive 1 .t'.. I 'jilt
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Four hundred Cancer Crusad 1:1.1: .
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era in the North Brevard Area I&J&
will gather for a kickoff breakfast ,' i,
Saturday. April llth. at i4'

the !Moose Lodge In Mims. Are 4'a u y

Chairman, Mrs. Jayhugh 1)I.eutwjlcr .

Jr., announce fJ.f
special guests !or the event will
45 YEARS SERVICE-Orrin Wade, of White Pigeon, be Mr Brmnghof, Area Dutct I f
Mich. and VV H Barnard of Titusville were the only two w
or: Dr. Mary Cathryne Park .
men at the Legion's birthday part at Post no 1 s celebration '
last Thursday who have had 43 years of service in President. of the Brevard Unit ,
Legion Wade and Barnard each have four children who MM James Armistead, County
also served tn the armed forces.-(S-A Photo). Crusade Chairman; and Virgil

Schenck, County Crusade Vice -

Chairman.A i11 \'TlNCr ENTRY Mrs Larry Flink, 440 Abbott A.'.r +

ten minute film will be yr nut displays her painting at Monday night's (IRe \\V"..

8E shown at the breakfast and Mrs i t. tuin ('tub meeting. Titled "The Clown", the painting;
tio ENE Lcutwjkr will also Introduce : .; vv-i 'HII nmi tied m the District Six Fine Arts Festival held
0N HI (1'1'0 Beach< and will be entered in the State Contest
her area explains!: all membersof
1 \ 'Xii" 'he Florida Federation of Women's Clubs in Jackson-
the four local Beta Sigma \ nit tatet. this month.
POLE Phi chapters which are spear heading this year's drive!. Zi -
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Delta Mu Chapter will be represented f
by Mrs. Bill 14 I (':.w.
Mrs Paul Kione _... I''J' :" I Ituisoi oJ _
-iI At'I' sass the Whispering
6E1 :Mrs Bill Sleeman ut lle 'istratiun was guest t speakci. .
II Jthe From left M1 !
T. Neely, Theta occasion pf \
1 handle Indian River nn are Mel Fetncr Republican caniii,1for AREYOU
r County Commissioner, Dist 1
E Eta Eta Chapter, 1. Mis
.;) White and Mrs. H. Joyce Davidson, SYR president and Mrs
collect in the Helga Clark secretary Carlson( Photo).
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South Lake Village, !
U ville rusldtntUl I
it \w.1.1:1 Duly Finest
s: Neal Griffith and .
; '
C Hooker Phi Beta Folding
28 aboard the
captains for the Chair
, '' Amlrosr ))1 ScotUmoor
areas. Value
( on weather eta' 54
A 'it Also invited to Atlantic

k 1 r t : ere members of ; : a high endurance
Lodge who are navigational aids
business district nt ic aircraft' 13,93.a
s I ership of James l>: und Is on .
Don Clawaon and rescue -

Mrs Williams has I ip.clol 5395 ... .
,' J ; filled billions
..t captain of the arc Alt 11.+,.I ..+5.54. t ,' ,
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section Mrs. ship! and are .e5 trs rSS'isi, : ': .ha.*. 5b,.'; i -
1 to dittrniine ........_ I.. To Help i .
handle the Minis .
:.1 r balloons arc I ,NECK goorgo stuart Ed Kittles Win : '
.. WfHrA .
lightweight): radio .,. '.
IM* QI.ndo eN 1141'oy. i For County Commissioner
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Tides send the ( S sass
"DROPOUTS ARE LEFTOUTS" Marianne Gowan, [0..(, O'oJ"t'IIoojO'IW' AM a 4)74
Parkway Jr High member of the Future Homemakersof High the temperature I 133 EAST Bosmson 'bSLANDC'TitusvilleToll

America puts, the, finishing touches on a comic poster Th\lrld.y .&. This off -, ....-.."..- .."
depicting the slogans for F.H.A. Week, April 5.11, "Drop- 6:07 Information! aids Free!
outs Are Leftouts" and "Diplomas Open Doors Stay 6.30: a.m.p.m. ; .in making Dial AM 7.6859 (I'd. Pol Ailv Pd. for by Mary Alice Kitties/ Camp. Tress)
In School" displayed In the library of the school. The
poster has a "totem pole" of students with the "quitter"on Friday, Allfll
bottom and the student with a diploma at the top- 652;: a.m. :
(Carlson Photo). 719: :) p.m. 1:

Local t Marine Wins Promotions \\
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Marine Lance Corporal John time in service and rank, military !: t'\\\

G McCauley, son of Mr and appearance and bearing, and \ "'\
Mrs. A J McCauley of Titus. knowledge of military subjects.

vine, was promoted March 13
Camp Lejcunu home of the
while serving with the Second
Marine Division's Second Marine Division since the
Eighth Kegirnent
Third Battalion end of World War H, is the larg -
at Camp e1
. Lejeune, N.C. est Marine Corps installation on t..1.
the East Coast waM 1 \\\\\\\t.\\
His promotion was based on eYe""i'I \\

you're ready to buy a car...

Test the one that's No.1 in so t_ 1 ,\\ ,\-,.\-\\,-\\

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Watch the Danny: Kaye Shawen CBS TV,Wednescfl1 STREET TITUSVILLE PHOt'4E:2670451r

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2.G TltvtvllU (Florida) Advocate Wedneslay,.April 8, 1944 I


Gras Carnival 9 + Oft


rib Scout Tack 321 hid Its TITUSVILLE SHOPPING ENTER
Mirdi Gras Carnival on the ;
lawn of the St. Gabriel' Episcopal ;:
Church, its sponsoring r rr AVE TITUSVILLE
ins'tuition, on Saturday, April ,
4. .

Cjihinajter! Gibson openedthe r 1050 W. KING ST

meeting with I flag cereinooy t ,
Mrs Suter'S Den five r rr
did the Induction>' Ceremony to. COCOA
Welcome two. new Bobcats into
the Pack The new boys, bon (Quanlly Rights Reserved)
aid Deakins and Randy .llelsel[ ,
were seated on at Treasure Chest.
The other boys entered in gay ,
Pirate costumes, brandishing + GA. LA.
swords Surrounding the hest, ..._ iIC.id..a.r : : ..1 __ -
they chanted their pirate creed
:and flicked swords vott the inductees TOUH KEVINS Miss Pat.Kelle ,ls first ents Were accompanied by Miss Joe Elena
heads Then they ex grade students at Riverview School tour- Marketta. an intern teacher from Univer-
amined the contents of the ed Nevlns Packing House recently and sity of Florida, and Mrs. Smith, curricu- I 9 cr
Treasure Chest, and found two were taken on a guided tour by Sid Carra- lum coordinator at the school, and Mrs. '
swords there for the new Pirates way, auditor of the company. The stud- Carraway,(S-A Photo),
I ending! the induction with
chants of "One for all, and all HAPPY
for: one." Pensioned Vets And Widows BIRTHDAY

The Cubmastcr the
boys' parents with presented the Bobcat Urged To Seek Advice On Law Thursday, April 9 Lb.
pins, and admonished them to doa L, M Gray .
god deed before wearing. Melvin T Dixon. director of 1 He said that it I is recognized Mrs James Montgomery
them upright that It would not be advanta Allen A. Sapp
Veterans Af
the Department C: R. Shealy
Other awards Were presentedas fairs fpr the State of Florida, geous in every case to changethe Linda Anderson
follows: Terry Ownby, Silv rA..ow announced today that some 9"- new law, but Dixon urge Lavern Oaks
all veterans and widows
.. 525 veterahs and widows in Flo that
Daniel Gibson, Silver
; benefits the old
tlda' might be ;Milled to increased drawing under Friday, April 10
Arrow and Webelos &If: Mike advice
benefits by electing un- VA Pension Law seek Pete Puckett
Lemons! Dcnnor Stripe; Mike der Public Law 86211 from their Veteran County Service Cherylyn Gayle Crispin
Mcnab, Assistant Dernier; Sam. Dixon aid today that the Officer or by writing to him Allan Scott Nash

my Draper, Denner Stripe; House Veterans Affairs Com direct i .
Steve RucKer, Assistant Den mittee of the U. S Congress in Dixon said he is concerned about I If you get any businessover
2 concerned about study these rcveral thousand low
ner; Terry Tucker year pin. quite a
made the VA which points income veterans! and widows the
Cubmastcr/ Gibson then called by telephone -
that hundreds of listed in the report who are en "LEAN 'N FRESH"
out there are
U. S. "GOOD"
forward. Dan
his Daniel
son thousands of veterans and widows titled to greater payments but you will get more busi- BEEF F
has completed all three Cub
books and received a for Gold each and ments who under are the receiving VA old pay-non- for add some to reason their economy have hesitatedto by; the ness when you use t1 ROUND SIRLOIN'' I GROUNDSTEAK

three, Silver Arrows service connection Pension Law additional payments tinder the CHUCK(
rank and has successfully pass
who be entitled increased existing law
may to
ed all the Webelos requirements.In
benefits under Public Law He says that he would wel- O 14cd4ee44ce- BEEF
so doing, he has earned his I ROAST
Graduation Certificate, and goes 86.211, the new non service tome Inquiries from all veterans .
connected Pension law but and widows on this subject at I 267-5530
into Boy Scouts. He was givena
have not elected to receive it. P. O Box 1437, St Petersburg.
neckerchief for Troop 340
which he has chosen to enter In\an extensive !investigation
Then came the big event, the this past year various reasons! Lb.79c I Lb.39c I3lbs99
Carnival Parade Cameras click were found for this, bat the "The Swtieioel Suaar Ever Sold"
ed and noise-makers rattled aa most common find obvious ones
were the claimant's,fears and
the boys toured( the Carnival
Grounds,.Jed by Sharmen Stu- misunderstanding of the law.
Dan In a number of cases this was '
rchio 'Den
a Chief and L '> 74 '!s -
Gibson, the new Graduate, found to be due to adverse rumors te;v s t "SUGAR CURED" SMOKED
I ; and remarks they had heard fx;" 4M r
After the Grand March, everyone about the law at some Veterans'
got into the fun. Parents and gathering, and specific cases PICNICS
kids ilika threw wet sponge at were, found where the veteranor r
live targets, tossed pennies and widow had'been advised 29c.I
tings and heart bags,and flying Dixon said a recent completed
saucers, went around lAd *. study by the VA of the LB. .
round in the cake walk, anal tcterans! und widows' income
tried the dart board All this questionnaires reveals that act
energy required Many stow ual benefits of ;$$1,544,1&8' are '
cones, coke, cupcakes,. candy being lost by these potential SLICEDLB
apples, home-tnade eandy and eligible Florida veterans and
Brownies. widow, 33c

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lIlstt'l p.i..llel 10 1904. notlfled, thdSMfr
A... ew.w. ....,"... ,Lr. .IYN,, awe ryAY e.wrrN __ STAR ADVOCATE'SCrossword f IORII' t(111eiev line of .rn.eo. 4, a nl.tanceot CURTIS R. B4IW 8IJltt. ban bead fllad against yond In the
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O'l'rtt: coipjorele poet Circuit ClroTl I, T' .ntlll.d came. that you
\. NOTIfK: ll\ \1 IOV I'olV of Hegrnnlni t '
; parallel Florida. an eoqIend< to file your answer or
Puzzle lOMI'l.AINT: t'OK t"JlhCL""lKf; : ta North line of lAra" Lot 4. a ay: Beetle HU' other reaponalv' pleading with the
A. F." COTTKKLL and OHACU: aiatance of :2on/ feet to n ronrreti Deputy Clerk Ctrk! et thus Court and to ..,v. aespy
: ; COTTREUL.!: bill wlf pant thence South 9n feet to (Circuit Court Cent") thereof upon the Plaintiff at-
: Plaintiff Cottrell Avenue, thence West Hurtog and Wolfrnan tnrmiy" CROl-TON. BREWER *
<( : A. *ANStfr MAPLE 2X0 feet to an I Iron pipe, hence Attorney for Plaintiff, HOLLAND. I iwo Palm Avenue, TllunvlllB. -
f. N1 and FAN. North to distance 1U) Derby Street Florida,
ACROSS Ld 2%.Moet /.fif a of gal i tent lot later than
,. but-of-data N't" i ,hl* wit to the poInt of Beginning being Cocoa, Florida" April B1: .. 1W4 If you fall to do .... a
measure coura.S. :
r Yt Defendant land In Oovernmrnt I.ot 4, Hec-" Pt Decree Pro rnnhaio will b* enteredHualnnl
.ACatholiofervlce L.isfixas gdous + tO: O. A.: Fannm and Publlah) ,
Mable lOn 10. Township II: """''h. ( non for the relief demanded
card U. Oertn&A Fannin Mange M Kant April I. S. 1S 22 (Well J 19/14. In ,the romplnlntWITN'KSH

1-). Lefcged for: 4. Arrange meulel Complaint. toti: lest hereby BotlfleJ filed agalnutrou that a of and you orr required to serve copv It : cifir-l HTH Mid; r..uri': nt my' Tltuavllle hand: and, rJaX:: 1
tor.fnur. your Aniwer or Pfna'llni: lo the I\: tlllt'l'iKh
*olloq.it. a.Man'* t 4. Clamor for ot lien on the (omplnlnt an the! I'litlntirf at.Ihrney. JI( IIK, L t IH r'lIKIIHt.VlKII Cnunty. Klnrl.U.' thin the Slal. day of
t SpokfnIckn8J"I.) II. Me- / ", real property, lo-wlt, : *. flaring andV lfmari.. 112Vrhy I ( Ol NTKI.IMIIIIl March, halt' ;
: '
I.thodleal ft onvernmtnt Lot t N 8Mtlrtn Street Corns Florida and \ ; OK 51 IT H. BARNES
Walk T. Macawa: /tOwtng 19, Township i ) "1'tr'! file' the ntfalnal: Anewer' or I't.el.Ina HAMl'EL VlNS'<,l\ ADAM, and. Clerk of the Circuit Court
U. ttfll"lhaped Bra. 6. Hits f Range 36 Eel, t thence. H oh on I in the orilve of ihe clerk of the ANNA HKI.KN ADAMS hli wlte.I'laiettffb. Brev.ir.l. Tnunty. Florida
11.Wnlingly 8. Glut (the the Weal line of said Lot 4. adlntdneI Circuit Court nit or before She :3nh( By V fl. rlpangler'
\uf J21.77 feet to a Coaulnal day of April 1904. If you lull, to Jo VI. Deputy Clerk
19. Dried 9. Slim balH.terdd') Aura Peal, thence .:..t Daralhl .0. Jil.lajnienl. by drfault will heShen JAMES K. LENOX and April I. R, J,1: i 1M4.
trap 12. Foxy on the (o North line of aild Lot 4a dlataaca agalnnt vrtit for the relief deThli DOROTHY M. LENOX: hi. wife,
10. Kxclt- 13.:Hardwood green: golf 84. king of ol! S-tn.7" feel to a concrete mended In the Com".lnl,
mitten 18. Beam 30. MctilUo beasts fecit an the East right of way notice. nhall he publlified once Defendant ADDING :MACHINE ROLLSI| only
11,., line of Plate Konif No, B, being each week fur four con c.nclvewiHkn TO: JAMES:' 1'':. LENOX' and DOROTHY -
I 17. A mow il!. Youtlrock 30 Burrowbld t..g. Highway. : No. 1, thence In The Tlni.vllle 0or: -Advn-. M. LKNOX. hid' wife 25c: tach at the Star-Advpeate
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Proud Of PhotographDear 40.89.:Relgnfnf Vent u ,. )0 II VOU NEVER YESTERDAY VOU TALKED ME l PK IVE GOT TD NAVE



tjiaaun J' 0ibowN If/ EAir-HLV C5OODIS I bl PEN, DON'T' I ?
Ann Landers My mother the bills are. If more than half oft 41. Fastened '// /- I AWAY! TMAT OLD I )

never tires of telling me how bill is Intact, any bank will give i.innercourtyard .i GLC VEYaA

beautiful and popular the was in you full value. !

her youth She keeps a large So), Lady take the money to the t6IN

photograph of herself! ( in a low. nearest bank, which is what you

cut right on the TV set ) should have done with it In the *
gown THE rmri IT ("01'RT or TIIKMMH IN TIIR: (riKf IT ("tH"T OF Tilt T re.e0p
Everyone who comes Into the first place. Sugar bowls are for JIIIKIXI, tituiir. IN MVin .11 UK It IN DU
.% \D Kill 51151.I0555)!>> ('OINTV.Oil AMI K>H ., ,
house Is hit in the face with that sugar ,jj / /. I;lit IlKlllt
picture. She and dad have been i IN1 f.Ht: 3d. I7IN1ASOTICr SII b ,ILai'o.. lull 0Qhn
: IIF *.I"ITIIXZEL >">rlt K: Of' "TIT / T/
married IS years and this was Dear Ailn Landers: Last night A. REASOR. PATL E. MAKTINKLL1.:

her engagement picture so you 1 got the shock of my! life. I have Plaintiff r'alntltf'

can guess how old it is. EMORY A. BLOOli, et ill, MARY C. fAnTr. _
been (happily, I thought) Defenrianta.. MARTINELU.IWendant..

When I told my mother I TO: EMORY A. BLOOD and TO: MARY C'. MARTINELLI11HI __
for 17 After dinner husband _
years. my BLOOD
nil wife EDWARD H.
; 12Sth: tttreet
she should the
thought remove said "Well, you have used BLOOD and. BLOOD. hla College Paine New York He'd QUITE I1t. II

picture she accused me of be. me for a meal ticket long enough. If wife she; and be married LtLLA, A.-llLOOD---', and her YOU ARE: HEREBY. NOTIFlfcti: THAT'S CJ.1 A VOG, SAY. @!
ing jealous. Maybe I am, but I that a cult for divorce Ste. beeq r(4'1
The kids are all in school now hunband aicatniit MB, her or their filed agalnal: In Ihe Circuit GREAT WAY ISN'T (
unknown helri devlaee. (
still think she is wrong. What do and you nave no excuse for sitting aaalgneei, llenori credltori.iranteei trumeeaflcial Court of the Nrntb Judicial Circuit TDKECPMONTHS HE ?
In and for Hrevard County, florid, ,
think? UGLY DUCKLINGDear *
you or other prraonu natural arll- I
erased home I want you to ', claiming bV. through or underor entitled I'Al'I 1':. II.IARTINEI.. 1 I. I 11 \ _
Friend: I think the problem
Plaintiff v. MARY
go to work against the above named De 1
between and 1 mother tnndante. or ot them and ELLI Defendant Ch.nc..rr No.
you your any WNILti
Ann. 1 tin 37 years old and agalnat all peraoni having; or claimIng flows You are = to I IIII ,'' 11 Ji
goes much deeper than that have no special training.! We are to have any Interest In the fol serve a II.'en.n annwer or other you 9' '
on the TV set. Even if she lowing described land In Brevard written to the Cnhiftlalnt" PAINT Wld WCC
picture filed 1G "
not in debt. I keep the house in County Florida: herein upon Juntlce McCarey
removes the picture (which she good order. I cook and bake and Loti 10 and U of Block 52 of P. O. Roe SIS, Cocoa Heach Florida, PORTRAIT; r
Attorney for Plaintiff and to file
should have done years ago) the the original' thereof In the office
enjoy being at home. I don't wantto RIVER CITY according to the
real problem remains. plat thereof aa recorded In Plat the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
go to work. The fact is, I'd Brevard County, Florida. before
Book 4, at page 11. of the Publlo or \L
I hope your school has a guidance hate it. Our three children liketo Record of Brevard County the 30 day of April A.D. 1M4. Z _
counselor with whom you Florida. HEREIN FAIL NOT or a decree
have me here when they come You and each of you are hereby Pro Confenn will, be entered
can discuss your real feelings. from school and I want to be notified that a Complaint bar been I agalnat, you for the relief prayed

When you understand why your here. flied axalnat you In the Circuit for In laid AND('omp''nl.DOSF. ORDERED', : at Tltuevllle BV GCOftSETHEY'RE BI0HT1 ITS KIND OF HARD ON
Court In and for Brnard County -
mother attaches so much importance Florida, which cauae" la In title aa Florida, thl 30 day of March 6 THIS GOLF THATWASAPERFECTeHOTI 7HECARPEl'TH000Hi

to a 17-year-old photographyou Am I selfish as! and) husband above quieting' herein of till The 10 Plaintiff the real seeks property the. A.D.COfltT; 1944.SEAL) BOOKEAYS: '

will not be so resentful. says? He has made me feel terribly above d..crlbed CfHTIS R. BARNES 'f IN ORDER
guilty: Tell[ me if you be- You ar. hereby required 10 file Clerk of the Circuit Court lot 70 PLAYCORRECUV5 "
d..ten.. "
your 10 lbe above suit Brevard county Florida. "'
Dear Ann Landers: I have been lieve I should) 10 to work to with the Clerk of the above styled Hy Bertie Hall I ( / 11 I
Court and to nerve a COpy of same Clerk you SHOULD IrN
saving a few dollars every week please him. L. S. M. upon CROFTON.: BREWER: HOL- Ap,. 1. a, 1"J2utv:: : .) 1OT4.OTirB : I TAKE;
from the and household Dear L. S. M.: I think ydUr husband LAND 6/19 Palm Avenue. Tltilivllle.
grocery Florida. Attorney for Plaintiff on I DIVOT APTER
money. This has been going on is going through the changeof or before April :4th, 1a 4. Herein > OF INTENTION: ) TO HITTING
fall Cot or a Decree Pro Confewo RI,t.lelaR tll'JUlut"IUtlll)
life. Some men (as as women w /
for over three THB PALLW.dnesday .
years. will he entered eaalnet you. In compliance with from! But 110. 9
I kept the in a ) undergo personality alter. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 1175. Chapter Number ::ix B3, La... 49 '
money sugar ations when! they hit middle set m" band and affixed my official of Florida, Act of 1941, the under- l.l''fdaLWRf'
bowl on) the top shelf of) the cup seal l at Tltuavllle. Florida, thla 24th aimed l will register with the Clerkof .;Ys'n./ ;
Suggest that he see a doctot. In day of March 1964.COt'RT .
the Circuit (:oar( In Ilrevanl 'til l r
board. 11 .
Last week I took the ( ? t' rest 'I ti ls
the meantime forget about going: SEAL) County, Florida, upon receipt/ of ,' ; l
money down to count it. I put the CURTIS R. BARNES proof of publication of Ibla notice
to work. A woman who is raising Clerk of the Circuit Court the following flctllloua n.lne. to- _
roll of bills on the stove for just a Brevard County Florida
wit: "Cau....." Tavern" u/III.
three children and keeping houseis
minute not realizing the coffee pulling her share of the load. By V. S. BpanRlerDeputy Clerk t I\n'I.\ am Tltuavllle.engaged In Florida hualnen, Intl.1| f > I I. N h .ML...nlaawIe..M..M p w

pot was on the back burner. I Mar 55. Apr 1. S. IS Wed( ) 1944. that Ibo underilgned la the only
She doesn't need to bring in I
turned back for two seconds) person Intereeted In said. buatneaa.
my paycheck to be considered as ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only Dated at Tltuavlll Florida, thla
and the bills caught on fire. 1* day of March A.D. '
equal partner In the marriage.And 23e: each it the Star-Advocatr Kenneth A. O'Brien 1M4. ;1 1\\\!!

I poured) a glass of water over you) can tell him I said so. Office. Mar 18, 25, Apr. 1. I, IWed.) 1964\ ; -

the bills and saved part of them. 1'I Da l f f rk

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