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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 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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QK o i\1\\IIBRARdd\>.. \X115\\ {\) $tar Io Advocate84th :: ;

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents

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Year No 43 5c Per Copy Titimille Florida M mctay April !la i 1064) 14 Pages Today PublishedX. ,\ob'.p'ednesdavs and Fiidavs .
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Star-Advocate Reporter Soars With Angel 7: .ij"-

II Council To He rOn Report

Jet Pilot In One Easy Lesson

By Bill Lytrly Angel and I. and we could seethe compared to the clou I.boiin.t Angels" and insignia of the (flight Limit

II We snared through tho cl >ini! pitiful( remnants of man below realm of God through which we on the fuselages Speed Request
on the back of a Cougar, this ; so mere, to InsignificantGOODBYE were trespassing. we were first to fly, Mi\
Sounds like Greek mythology Cowles' took us around the I plan -
..-.10.- .. or the dreams of a pint, but It explaining each detail of the op
--- "'.''''''l\ ', ;r"' '" t I'' \ "HII'I II I wlI", Ul\ III pr .!III i m ''II Pride (Inc (or em Report on estimated cost or '' "." ::1't ti' (I' I md 0-1 l tll per j j'I"
t\ Isn t. It is an account of our oration, from the air refueling
} 'l: the ." I" I .It I ?, Item Itovi! (OikI I plo) nc'nl Ilr f an arthitui t for extending city's sewer outfall i I I I' ItUon t and shop,
breathtaking (flight Saturda). intake valve on the nose, to I
i. The cougar was a Navy drum rudder at the rear. We were I II) "I i 1 'poi 'ill Cn Inl i pin' 'ha-" ''II Bras ill)'' plans lira civic lentu line from the sewage disposal pingcuter: .
man- TF9J Cougar jot fighter, shown the operation of how tin I II" lil\I ,,111'1'I i' ern" ( .i II'qU.1 1\1': ". 'I i t ti um T.ilimiaM' to ad plllnt; It{"quest 1 II\ Tom Yoder to re-
and the featherless angel was 11 wings!: wire designed to take air (run ttu ..1 I Oak bur water and u I I itiM I tl'1'i bids for a half.ton Request by Clyde Cowlin thai ron< |"pl'rty east of ton Air
Cob Cowles, information direct currents and the underside! was sewer, er\';11'a proposal ti pikup truck fur the File De his Whispering Pines 1'UIlcI'I'olrk Subdaisi! (ruin K.1A ti Ri
er of the Navy fabulous Blue equipped with "air biakes. lease the new Jaycee building, parlna'lIt. be rezoned Irons county to allow apailmenta.Inquest .
Angels", the flight demonstration After donning our (flight suit. ,ml 11 i report from the State fluid' i il Kitue" | team from I'msaiola N\S, we climbed into the rear cockpitof D l>< |1'1' regarding( speed! limits on Huhbinj SIred between Watson trailers ZCIH property at corner of Ron
Saturday morning, in the company ( the fighter plane, feeling: S nth V S. 1 und State Road' and! English: : he vacated Request t by C L Remington aid and Park from n.1 1 to D-l l to
of Bill Doe of \VR\IT, we proud, excited but apprehensive, rou() amunti other Items on the agenda Request t by Thomas L I Hen- for property in Oi.b.in Subdivision allOw retail stori
\c to Patrick Air Jorve Base to say the kast The crew cap fur Tuesday 1\1\:111'8\: mPet- doison that IKiyvu'w Sheet! between be rezoned! from Rl ton Request by Richard Clinton tore
for what was to be the most tain tame to "strap" us in, aol I ing, Hjpkins and the rail I ti allow business Another rone properly' on Pntchard ..4 tl i

thrilling! event of our lives soar this is lone in detail We wen toad: be closed. ly Hiininrftin fur property in Avenue lions RU.1 to R2;.: to .
E A offer of ,000 for
( fulfilling a Ixl)hood dreamof strapped across each leg, arounl haw $9 purchase UetUPkt(| by Thomas L 1I1'n- Oshins Sudivisim be I iciuned permit i u duplex.
piloting a fighter plane. each shoulder, across the mil of the city dump site, i4 'i-ton t that part of South and 1 Iron H.t 1 to It JUidmandL Rtq"Jllet by II, 1)) Fulton ton
loulid oft( State !toad -HTV: will
We arrived at P\H3 uper| die, and we remarked after the tiUdv i Streets te limed requiring open I /one' properly between Main
11 c made by H >yul l Ojk Develop
shuns hanger!: at noon and were strapping was complete we now Ch HIM! in the, tlnliiiul\ in I ndv ti ticks to be covered by und I Trol| on Itimui t rom R2in
me in the operation room by knew how It felt to be strapped in m"nt Co. City Manager Clexi <|pt'l't"t i ", quallflentii t tipniln while being operated I'tl:) tu|( permit apartments
I is
hind said
'i.t I owlio public information an electric chair. Talmadgo that {hit hn.uicegiVrnln.: I I. illli I1 the! cityRequ"sl Request t bv' dim I L flyer for
the most frightening also in order: ut the muting to
officer ji the Blue Angels team, lame
and' '01 lilt'tl 1111I, which will ion by Bernard llersch tor speiiil usi permit to allow a car
dressed his blue experience of the whole epis consider Councilman Han IvNunnally .
in flight togs/: of ii "I I ti. I sh and exeessivi! growth ,' cone: two pared of land on mill HXciiiy! al nurthw'cet( curnu -
,, Hie the explanation by tin i resolution .subniltcdit
rails with the fcold: emblem ;
I, !Hainxon Street: (
""t \\I" oxti nsl m of If I opkms and Garden
01 the Blue Angels on the left( crew captain of how to eject ourselves the last 1 council meeting nla
chest in the event the plane developed live to a iradu of |jnd "
.y o. Mr Cowles" (Navy terminology trouble This was aw A request by Royal l Oak to the !' ar : ,.. ... 1- I

md his crew captain, Dan full' city ti furnish water und sewer
Barthle of Dade City (drove us He (described how we' should pull this liner, then pull this contraption 1
to the slick Cougar/ lit parked ti In coisidercd
on the west side of( PU'B flight down over the fal'c."Whl'n Other items on lh agenda
ramp this Is over your face," Bids, fir group life insurance

The plane, used b> Mr Cow the crew captain explained, "you und pitaliiation (01 EARTH Bill Lyerly of the Star-Advo. IPS exclusively for Public Relations will be 80) feet above the plane" .

cate is pictured climbing aboard Jet Cougar Crew cap. flights, was a medium He further explained that the
tain Dan Barthle is ceady to "strap him in" -(S-A Photo). blue with gold lettering "Blue canopy does not open You, the Request by E, B. "1'irtlc (hut
scat and the parachute crash i bond of $:r>00, which was set
r -- ...... __ _
--- through the canopy and 1 into tho hy the eity for moving u model
air. house from U S. I to Talk

Avrbe refunded and 00.day ,
"Oh, hv the way, he remain
extension of time be. l ien hues
bered: "Be sure to pull jour feet
to put the house In proper con
the stirrups on the SLOIt. If
you dim t 'flu'll leave 'rm in the d ti inAn i
plane when you eject" offer by the Jaycees to
"tcuse the new JC club building
-e Now, waf.n't that a gruesome for( lecrtationa! purposes,

ti thought? A biter\ floes II I' Boggs, disln h .

We wild ,all. itt, With. mr camera in our lap and,{ the inS regarding a city council rei-
.. ANGEL On Page 6 $ul Jtll n requesting a traffic
i tuiny on U S 1 and State
f.I f. Road! 50 within the city limits to COWBOY RECEIVES JET AGE MODELOF Bltimcr Titusville Chamber of Commerce \

Beauty Contest sru if the survey would justify HORSE Clint Walker, knb\vn to President 'and Jack Schweinsborg (left)
e'P I lowering the spud! linuti from kids: around the world as: Cheyenne' receives Excutlve manager. Also'pictured is 1 H.[ C.

US to 45 miles per hour in these a new-type of transportation, slightly Kirk center arid Frank Kirk (right), own
Deadline Tues. mils The letter from Hongs. different from his horse a,, model ers of Florida Wonderland Cheyenne appeared
advises that the reduced peed Martin Titan II with a Gemini spacecrafton at Florida Wonderland Saturday

I -:: Yoing womcnlThtr limit I is not justified at thu time top. Making the presentation are Pat and SundaySA( Photo).
*'s illII time to enter the A report that E, 13 Pirtlu will
Mm Pride beauty contett recommence work on the cxten
And If you win, you'll be eligible lion of Riverside' Drive and have!
to compet In either the till work completed within 28 Thrill
Mlsi Florida or 'Mil FlorIda wirkm? da> s. Also that le!' Blue Angels Big

Teen Age' contests depending will commence bulkheading Or

on your ag*. nnge Street within 28 djys and)
Deadline for entire I II Tun will complete this! within 30
day n ght! IF Interested call one days thereafter

of the following Mr. Ralph Crowd As Air Show ClimaxThe
Powell Jr, 2677399 Mr, Earl' Estimate from Cambron Con' ,
AFTER FLIGHT Bill Lyerly left, and men were invited for flight throuji, Ie ff- Spencer 7474106, Mr, Fran gtruetion Co, of $24,131 for sewer
Billy Dee right, congratulate Lt, Bob Cowforts of Flying Posse.SA( Photu). Partelow 267.1894 or Mrs. Mark construction project.
les for "great f1 ght" The two local news.I'"N'I Coodkind 267.215?, Request from Den Busby
Clue Angela, the Navy1 and hungry ikywatchers went their planes and spent the afternoon -

.jfIr 1'f't'I'a'\ "\. .... _....... w. --- -- -- fliUht demonstration team, cllm under the! poral'hute.draped area enjoying the show from
axed an afternoon of entertain for refreshments I lunket'covered spots on 1 tie:

ntent nt the Flying, posse Air Members\! af r the Flying Posse ground between the wings,

Show ycstoiday by thrilling :a manned the concession' selling
crowd of over 10,000 with breathtaking Coke and hotdogi and! pio Pride Salutes

:: m
and anniversary of the dedica entirpil.se, as the Air tusvllle anti Pride Inc., the or-
ton of Arthur Dunn Airpuik, Show was free!, eanlzition: devoted to beautifl

The Blue Angels flew in put It Dob Cow/es/ information list of firms aril Individuals who
terns, with two of the five flying officer of the Blue Angel, nar ration and cultural developmentin
Kilo an dat various time joiningthe rated the show, and explained) Noith Lrcvarit will compile a
other three !in. close forma each act of tie demonstration are to t" complimented for their

turn team efforts
crowd ohhed and ahhed
The (
Many pilots from throughout: Toliv Pride salutes:
(lit. two solo flyers flew diieclly
1 Central 'lul'i'M' i look the event Indian Kiver Plaia and its
at each other, only about
as an opportunity to "fly In" to merchants for the fine bauti!
50) feet off the ground, passing
".1 flea
the local 1 uupjrk They parked lion work
: wing t tip to wing tip, In forma

ton, the veteran pilot flew with -..- ---- ,-_. -.. _.. ..--- -
the leader Inverter; they dids ftilr..g.\ J" \' '

barrel rolls, echolon roll, steep ,; : *;'

'rMt. climbs and live *, with a ciowdplcasmj : ; ,'. "'f; f'!''I ,: ,

performanci ( j .' ,
I i'rt( .. ,.. .....
'-tV Other activities Included the i. ,f;'"
fee .w } .' I iI' ( .r. I
DUand Falling Angela, a popular ;# n'' e'sO ..
,. tf' I *k)'diving parachute dub ( '

!. ,! from the Central Florida city; a r.rf: i'.
he I copter performance, depicting 'of :i- J

U A 7g'j r I tin versatility of the aircraft r.-u' 'f A ', t
; t dm n>>tiation of thtj 20 h 1
,iroll Howard alrciuft by its t
owner K. C, iiinbovtr of Canavml '
Aviation at Titusville,Cocoa

\irport licnbow also! acted a* :.
I master. of memories, I ;
There wall a comedy routineby

.s" r "1 a Out Kinrhncr, local light ; '
C i ar..J instructor, who showed what ; J. .

could happen wuli a female stu ( ,

dent l Al..Pllnt, fin attraction was a Her'( I ... ..Y'-e..1/Ma..--t p. ,

._ capsule, which wu Y
--- -- ----- --- --- Bury space

GROUND BROKE FOR CONVENT Fr John B, O'Hare, pastor of St ally hidden by shovel); Right Reverend Mon};nor William Mullally. U. F., bUllY with viewers during the
Teresa's Catholic Church is shown turning: over one of the first ho\eU of PArr Dominik Gullay and Fr. Peter C Dolan, of Our Lady of Lourdes entire ufttrnoon: CROWD: rLEi\: Eni Thru., Btui Angels!, with land
dirt during Easter Sunday ground breaking ceremonies for a new Convent MI (leonine. Over 50 Sisters of Mercy from six surrounding communities Concession' at the Arthur ing ;ear: down at this p dI', fliw( over Arthur Dunn Air
for the Sisters of Mercy teaching at the school. From left in picture are ''S \\1'11 .a* ten priests amt more than 200 Pari honer were on;: nand for the Dunn Air Park were busy ally park and the watching crowd below at a very slow speed.
Joseph Rothenburg, head uihxr, Fr. 0 hare, Fr. Thomas B Grace, (parti- special 'jccai(m,,-(Gregory( Photo, ,, I I" lliouMiid"' of thirsty Con iforiable :uwcl i b shown beU w -i>-A Photo).

J a

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Wednesday. We .
Fag 2 Tltusvlll* (Flerldi) AdvooU MorrJ.y, April 13, 1)44 luncheon certamlv
wish her lots of luck n

Wednesday's. competitiom, co:

she probably won't need It. She

r Ut ira I j looks canary-yellow stunning creation in her and crisp is

Nilh Netua And Notes Fhon 2(7-3994 wim earldom certain awards. to take one of the top

t 0/ North Brevard .

Some of our loveliest young mother and: Mrs. James Me- flower the Jonquil and will -

ladies and their equally as lovely Coskey benefit the Child Guidance Mrs. Josephine Deam of ntusvillc '

mothers were guests of honor at Center in Cocoa this year. Chair- Trailer Court I It a pall

a tea': Sunday afternoon in the man of the event is Mrs. Betty
All women living In the ent at )Halifax[ District Hospii,|
home of Mr. and Mrs Ralph B. Glass and co-chairman is Mrs.

Golden Years Club Powell at 45 Fairglen Dr. tei Whimpering Oaks subdivisionhave and Anne Readdy. &t Daytona Beach, where hc
Invited to
been a cone
meet representatives of Pride will be will undergo back surgery in, ,
Mrs. Music for dancing
Ramsey Slates Final Meet cookie party this Thursday .
Inc. for the Miss Pride Beauty furnished by Gene Fcrnett and morrow. She expects to I">
J 10:30 o.m. at the tennis court to
Until Next FallThe Contest this weekend. Charm- get acquainted with members of his orchestra. Tickets for the home in two weeks.

New OfWoman's Ing hostesses for the event semiformal available
event are
Prexy Golden Years Club which the Whispering Oaks Garden Circle
Uodie Powell and Cathy Spencer from member and reservations Garden CircleThe
has met all winter on the first Guests will also be invited to nny
introduced the (guests to be made phoning
find third Thursday at join the organization. Year- may by
ClubMrs. mornings Mr. and Mrs Arnold and Mrs. Mrs Marge Brady at 207-1CC1. Ixora Garden Circle w.1l
the Woman's Club, will hold its round project of the circle is the
Fran Parte low before serving( meet Wednesday April 15: .,i
last of the beautification of the WhisperingOaks !
Roy Ramsey has been meeting year on refreshment of punch and 8,00 p,m. at the home of Mrs tD :
Thursday April 16th. Meetings area. They recently planted
of No.
Mrs Nick Turopoljac
cookies. 4273 StAll
chosen to( head the Woman'sClub than 300 Palm trees Scandictt Beverly
will resume next fall. f more
of Titusville, Inc for the The club sponsored heWoman's The contestants learned of the donated to them by the city. Mantor Ave has been "sewing members are urged to attend
ensuing year She succeeds Mrs } busy schedule ahead for this madly this past week" &getting as this will be the 1 I.-, '
Club of Titusvle
J. J Condes. 1 week which will be climaxed Plans are right along ready for her trip to the Florida business meeting of the yeaiSUNDAY
meets at 9:30( a,m. for coffee moving
Serving with Mrs Ramsey will and rolls then play games or with the crowning of Miss Prideon for the Epsilon Sigma Alpha International Federation of Woman's Clubs

be Mrs. Wiley Fisher, first Vice. r a visit until 11 ::00. All persona Saturday night in the Bay Sorority's annual convention in Jacksonville tomorrow "."..1.. U5

President: Mrs. WillUm Moore, over 60 years of age are wet- view Auditorium. Judging will Jonquil Ball sponsored by tho Mrs. Turopoljac makes .

second vice-president; Mrs. A. come. be on beauty, poise and talent Missile Area Council and scheduled most of her lovely clothes and ; ;: + h : ATKtntN
F Pritchard, recording( secretary with the winner, depending! on for Saturday night in the was (the county winner in the / fj ul ( ,, A

; Mrs. Harold Weir corresponding rUi1} her age representing this area Gold Room of the Ramada Inn Federation's recent sewing con ., ...61101" .
secretary, Mrs. Paul VFW Auxiliary in the Miss Florida or Miss at Cocoa Beach The dance gets test Sue will compete for the "... .,. E

Bamford, treasurer; Mrs. W W. Elects' OfficersThe Teenage Florida beauty contents its name from the sorority's state title in Jacksonville at I . ..

James, ST., chaplain; Mrs. Bert r I
Casa and Mrs. W D. Bruner, election of officers for Tomorrow is the last day for

board members.The the Titusville Auxiliary 4228 girls between the ages of 16 and
PLAN HAWAIIAN LUAU Committee members for
Veterans of Foreign Wars, was
new officers will be In 24 to enter the contest. Application MONDAY
Florida Greeters Newcomers Club Hawaiian Luau were
held Monday evening April 6th,
stalled May 4 by Mrs. W D. blanks are available at
all dressed Hawaiian-style at a meeting Tuesday to final rAT
at the V.F.W. Post Home.
office 0N6Y
Director 6th District of Commerce
Bruner the Chamber
ize plans for the big hoolaulea (party). From left are Mrs. The following officers were 4
The officers of the Fran Parte-
past yearand or by phoning
Glenn Crow Mrs. Al Cory and Mrs. Robert Martz. The
elected for the :
officers of the ensuing ensuing year low 2072133Attending GOODY'S
luau will be held at Whispering Hills Country Club on President Mrs. Opal O'Donnell
will be hostesses at the installation ;
year luncheon. April 18. Exotic> kaukau (food) will be served Hawaiian- Sr. Vice Pres. Mrs. Jackie Sunday's tea were

style and all haloes (Americans) are requested to dress Falser; Jr. Vice Pres., Mrs. Kay Sherrie Rennie and Mrs. Alex
"like the natives" in Bermuda Rennie; Virginia Frizzell and
shorts etc.-
hair, Treasurer, !Mrs\ Ewd. T.
c--Hibiscus Circle (Carlson Photo). Cribbins; Chaplain Mrs. M. R. Mrs. Frizzell; Helen Doerrler
and sister, Mrs. Steve Pantano;
Hears Reports Mcrtensen Conductress, Mrs.

i The Hibiscus Garden Circle G E. Wives Slate Provisional League W. W. James; Sr.; 1 Year Ruthie Eichcrt,Eichert Carol and Klier Mrs.and George Mrs. SPECIAL PURCHASEWOMEN'S

Meet At Ramon'sThe Names Mrs. CrowMrs. Trustee Mrs. Harry McArdle;
e met Wednesday at the home of :I I'f'or Trustee, Mrs. Clarence Klier; CanrVy Shellendarbreg
t a i with 23 and Mrs. Shcllendarbcig; Fat-
Mrs. Arthur Carraway
General Electric Wives William T. Crow was el Meserve and 3 year Trustee ,
: members and one gcust attend- tie Parker and Lone Kucha.
Club will hold its monthly meeting ected president of the new Provisional Mrs. Ruby DcMcrse.
: ( and program on Wednesday League( of Women Voters Other items on the agendawere
Mayor Ed Kitties greeted
t Mrs. E. A. Smith chairman April 15, at 11:30: a.m. at Ra the election of the delegateand
of North Brevard County organized Clint Walker, "Cheyenne", at
i called the meeting to order with mon's on the causeway In Cocoa alternate to the Ladies Auxi-
'the group repeating the Garden Beach. on April 8, at the Wo liary V.F.W. Dist. 8 Convention, the airport Friday and presentedhim

e Collect. The minutes of the man's Club of Titusville Inc. which will be held in Melbourne with a special gift to use
J. R. Siehonthaler of the FlorIda when he's "sitting around thecampfire" lroilFORDS
; last meeting were read by the
25th! and 26th Mrs. Palser
The forming of the provisional April
Nursery and Landscape Co., It was a huge
secretary, Mrs. C. W Kimes.
will be delegate and Mrs. Blair
: Mrs. Fred Salter chairman Cocoa will be tile guest speaker. league was a project of the Pub. alternate. dgnrctte lighter which amused

0 of Beautification reported that lie Affairs Committee of the Wo Walker so much he used, it in
The new chairman, MM. R. D. Mrs. James was elected dele-
: the Circle Is to have the area man's Club. each of his appearances before
Hicks, was elected in February gate and Mrs. Mortensen alter.
: from Highland, Ave and Old the crowds at Florida Wonder
at the coffee-luncheon held at nate the Auxiliaryat
Mr. H T. Gardner will serve to represent
.. land /Qx
Dixie Highway to the north city the Whispering Hills Country the V.F.W. State Encamp- Saturday and Sunday. Andit
is first vice president Mrs. B.
: ; really worked'!
to plan and plant. Club. ment to be held in June.

: Mrs. W. J. Moore reportedthat H. Sadler second vice president; It also voted that the "_
Reservation deadline is April Mrs. Stanley Ewing( treasurer. was The Boeing Wives Club will!!! 7 COMPARE AT $4
several of the members
will send donationto
13. Please call Mrs. F. R. Hadcliffe A secretary is yet to be elected. Auxiliary a meet Friday at 11:30: am. \ ,
: is were attending the Landscape the Alaskan Disaster Relief 6.I ,
AM 73223. All G E wives The board of directors elected for their regular monthly sear
: School and profiting very much In this area who wish to be put were Mrs. Don Sission Mrs. Fund All the Posts and Auxili- lion and covered dish luncheonat

from It.The on the mailing list for these Henry Spahr Mrs. Linden Peep- aries throughout the nation are the home of Mrs. Jane Goner' 1

.. group voted to contribute! meetings are asked to call Mrs. lea, Mrs. Jacob Hanncmann and contributing towards: this very dridge at 102 So Mantor Ave. MADE INAMIEICA

$2500 to the delegate's expens Radcliffe Mrs. James Parks, Jr. important fund. A representative of the Mmia TO

= es to the State Garden Convention A report was given by Mrs. 3., it U.LA, OOTT. 1
Mrs R. B. Hutchins memberof ture First Nighters theatre foryoung
in Hollywood. Mrs. Paul Elizabeth Howell Mortensen regarding a layette .. EPICIiIOATIONI
-- the Cocoa Beach Central Bre people will be guest : -
:: Bamforth is the delegate( and Circle To MeetThe valued at $10,00 that the Auxil-- : $ 99
vard League, and also State spoaker, explaining the purposes
= Mrs. W. J. Moore Is alternate. Board Organizational chairmanand cry donated to the Catholic Wo and goals of this organization.

Mrs. A. L. Sanders was welcomed Elizabeth Howell Circleof man's Club for Catholic Chari I
vice-president of State Boardof Anyone desiring information
First Methodist Church of TI.
as a new member
Florida, will act as advisor to ties.The about the Boeing Wives may
= MM. I:. S. Elrod, vice chair- tusvillc will meet Tuesday April next busines meeting of ', .
the new provisional league. phone Mrn. Goneedridge at 287- ,
= fan, announced the May meeting: 14, at 9:30: a.m. with Mrs. John the Auxiliary will be Monday, 4637 or the president, Mrs. William .. .

would be a covered dish lunch- Games 1732 White Ave, with !Meetings\ will be held on the May 5th, and the installation of L. Benner at 267.4251. ':, .

= eon, the time and place to be announced Mrs. John Keefer as co-hostess. third Wednesday mornings and the officers will be Thursday, Pair

later. Mrs. Ed Norman will have the third Thursday nights. Members May 23th at the Post Home. .
Lovely Jean Cohen (Mrs. Buddy
= The hostesses Mrs. Arthur charge of the program and Mrs. may attend either one or .
= Carraway Mrs. Fred Salter, Jerry Valek will conduct the de both of the meetings. Art League To Hear ) was feted with a stork shower
Saturday night in the home of
Mrs Charles Enrlght and votional. th:1BAILED
THS InstructorThe
Women Information
wishing: more Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McCoskey

= Fred Sherry served cookies, Ashy sitters will be providedat on the provisional league at 283 Byron Ave. Co-hostesses .

cnndy and orange sherbet punch. Hcnnesey Hall. may call Mrs. Crow at 267.7800warn. April meeting of the Tl- with Mrs. JVIcCoskey Mrs.
z;:. The decorative theme was tusville Art League will feature Bob Carter
Mrs. Ernest
"April Showers" carried through Mist Patilcia Foose art teacherat Carter CUSHION A CN

w,. with a white linen tablecloth Titusville High/ School, as

and a miniature lavender umbrella guest sepaker.Mm Mrs. McCoskey had made two CUSHION

;-- with orchid tree blossoms Foose a graduate of colleges of the prettiest cakes we've seen INSOIII!

: around as the centerpiece. in Kentucky and Pennsylvania in some time. One was a delightful -
I Ihr
The program was given by taught art in Pennsylvania giraffe with toasted

: Mrs. Sam Clonts, who discussed t before coming to Titus coconut frosting and the other

"herbs. Members were served ville. She taught English here was a large beautiful hobby

: tomato Juice flavored with herbs, for three years before resumingart hone gaily decorated with 4 o SIZES

also parsley plants and material classes. multicolored life savers and

: concerning herbs. "Art Through the Summer"will licorice "reins". She uses the"cutupcake"

be the topic of her discus method and said,

sion. In addition there will be "It's really very easy". In addition .

Joy de Leon Circle t audience participation to demon to cake, the hostesses ser EST, .

: Meets April 14 strate some basic drawing techniques ved Ice cream nuts and grape f//


The Joy de Leon Circle of First .,. Mrs. Ruth Kingman recently Mrs. Cohen received many & ,'ti'Sr"DUCK

Methodist Church of Titusville
installed president of the Art beautiful and useful gifts from U/1lAI s
: will meet Tuesday, April 14, at TNICE AUIIIANO ,
members Mrs. Rudie
League, urges to attend Crews Mrs. Mike
: the home of Mrs. J. C Patter- MAE lOlEl!
and also extends a cordial Mahoney Mrs. Donald Yost,
: Ion on Rock Pit Road.
invitation to all those interestedin Mrs. Ricker, Mrs. Robert Carter .
Mrs. Sam Cadwallader
will art. This discussion will be Mrs. Robert A. Cohen her
: conduct the devotional i \
Richard Mrs. of particular Interest to parentsof mother-in.law, Mrs. Ray High
Claridge will .
have ; t. either current or prospectiveart tower Miss Cleo Teston, Mrs.
charge of the
program .. -.- : students. Bumgardner, Mrs. Johnnie Carter .

Bahy sitters will be provided The meeting will be held Wed Mrs. Madden Mrs. Richard
: at Hennessey Hall. "IT'S LIKE OLD TIMES (almost) Childhood friends [
were reunited here recently when gubernational hope nesday evening, April 19th! 8 Cram Mrs. Maxie McAdams, FANTASTICGOODY'S Early Bird Specials! }

ful Jack (Sen. John) Mathews came to town. Dorrit Mason p,m., nt the Art League building( Mrs. John Wilmer Mrs. Mary TREMENDOUS

i GENII local reporter, and Sen. Mathews were schoolmatesin which: is adjacent to the new Segjert Mrs. Cox Mrs. Spencer SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL

t lb. moll magic their hometown of Jacksonville, from the Riverside library. Cruse. Mrs. David Badger, her PURCHASE PURCHASESold PURCHASE

f name In cosmetics Methodist Church kindergarten through John Gorge

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Monday, April 13, WJ TltutvllU (Florida) $far-AdvetaM Pare 1W
Book Review Mimi Aria HappaningiFriendship

Biography"JAMES by rORRESTAL"Arnold A. Rogow Class Enjoys MeetingBy

James Formtal, our first

>uA Netoe And Notee Secretary of Defense, Harry
/ Mrs Gladys McLtndonAM 21th annual meeting at the first of the meetings< was "lie Comn
nun s protagonist: in delimit
NortA Brevardyyii
7.1743 Methodist Church IIf Orlan"' +IIII-\\l'i IIbl')".
,1 lilt I Zionism, a man Known to
S, S, Class Matting last week Delegate Mrs 1 I., I ICuntrcll t, (On \Yumes
\\ '111 tougher: bargaining when The class of the from the Mims Moth.
ii ding with the Russians, nnd usual! and delicious banquet was
Minis Baptist Church met at the odist Church, accompanied by served with each course of the
finally a suicide, is a lively topic
home of Mrs II( E. Atkinson last !Mrs Roland Webb and Mrs menu insisting! of foods from

.... ._. f\lr the biographers Thursday The hostess openedthe Charles Tommca were able to at :to i if Mi Rnow''Iew! of Forrcstal
meeting with an inspiring devotional tend several of these sessions, intirtamcl, hy a group of retired
Jaycee Wives is penally interesting since it !. Later contests! and which were enjoyed and inspir professional singers: known as the
is the t first to have the advan-
v <\ Ramos:: were played, followed by Infi: Mrs, Grover C. Wright, Mrs Anuelus: Singers: of Orlando
;j i t Lit >f histoiical
i j1 : perspective delirious refreshments bring J W, Erwin, and Mrs Arthur Their sonar were also from
Election Set M I llmiver' it falls short of being served to Mrs. Ncrnrlc Vaughn, Miller Jr were able to attend the other' (Minims concluding with

"i:rt'.,a" pokily because it lack !Mrs\ Elva Evans, !Mrs luster meeting on Tuesday The theme rvuul'i'nl I t \'rll'an, hymns

f \ > I t Vt \\III1l1h tr any other very per. I.'brandI! rs. Chauncy Ricard, -- -- ----- ------ --

Tuesday NightElection I L "'ml passion; partly because it Mrs J. C, Touchton and,I Mrs. G.

,.it" nipU toJUl'l' decisions that t, Mcholson

of officers will( highlight \ i iii IN) inure time will make and
the Tuesday muting of the I I P F *) partly because it promises more Atttndt Song Ftttival

Jaycce Wives i club, to be ",\\tii' than it can deliver Girl Scout Iroonp No U22:!:!

held at the Fricnciaip room of win,, Foneslal committed sui their leaelt'nIrs! Hubert! Ht'I.I

First Federal Savings and Loan l 11" u I hj IK is I ionized by the Rite and Mrs, }DividMvuv, and

Association: The meeting will s / J"'II!' March Society) whut declsis with the volunteer! help
begin promptly at 8 p,m. ? & lo 1, nude during Ins state of Roland Williams, attimteil, (lime

"t Mil'in,' fdtl .llt>" are quest: inns Citrus Council Sling!! Festival ut
Also! on the agenda of this ,
e which lie the Orltndi Municipal Auditorium
deeper than MrItuo'lw
month will be the part t
meeting : >/ : nt least with in Maturity This was! tin first time
take in
the wIves will
group d rI
[ The valluf tin Is the girl !scouts under the Citrus
will be biography: \
Pride month. The group
with the \ J the siholjilv approach in very Council hive nut together Approximately
working in conjunction &YK* readable furmVlrusnia I tINln) to 1 1.51, > Junior

local l garden clubs .1 Neal and\ Senor Girl Scouts! gathered

1 W'i' ? Reviewer together! for a Hong!! !festival!
Financial reports of the recent ,' (' ) -
\ with
... bake and candy salt and : The program: was Ilpl'm'd l
!h' t the "l'ar3II', of American( )'I ikScarritd :>>".
pot luck supper will be given by 4/: : : 'Wt Episcopal BureauTo by a relic'M'illative of

1, their chairmen Mrs. Stephen .. '", '.L ,-k ilLili L i-.. Open Here null neighhurhond.'flit! urls attending .
Pantano, Mrs. Earl Spencer, and
!: from troop !N > ma:! wire
I t. Mrs. James Hertz I. The wives FIRST MEETING HERE The North bout 60 members and guests attended the The newly ortiin7id: board, IIC Judy Burke, Ihvirlyilllams, AN ANGRY; GENERAL! Bun Lancaster portrays Genera -

10 club has: been, woiking to help American Women's Club held its regular meeting and were served a delicious lunch, the Family and, ihildrins Service Patricia MLlenion, I I."lla, and, ) Scot atop ranking tin!hlv ciecoraitd ,>fficer in

raise money! to furnish the kitchen monthly meeting at the Whispering Hills Hostesses were, from left: Delores Powell, Uureau met Thursday, at Nancy Narrow, Retina: rntihard "Seven 0,.' (in May, the new" aispense drama which

of the new Jaycee Clubhouse Country Club recently. The club has been Dottie Esan, and Eula Custer. (S-A 1230: () at st. Da\id', by the Sea Susan Korneeuy, Sandra Myers, opened Sunday at the Florid., "hc.H-e i Ay General Scott,

t organized since last November but this Photo). I.I'. Episcopal: Church to formulate Rita Sullivan, Marty Sweet, Mary Lancaster i: 'he head of a mauu\ plot to overthrow the

Luncheon Fetes was the first time they have met here A- plans for opining;! their new of Jackson, Karen' Klmhle and U, S, Government by force

Grey LadiesA flees at St. Davids, Situ VV. 4th Kathy RI ,ate, Mrs Ucilj, ,ale rePorts -- --

Delegates Attending Street South, in Cocoa Beach, | they all enjoyed, the fcstl

luncheon was given Tuesday Welcome Club I Mrs\ trances S, Morley\ vat very much.
Brevard Lumber
i afternoon at 100: p.m. for Gateway Wagon FFWC Convention A. C. S. W, the Executive Dir. Company

the Grey Ladies of Dayview president actor of the agency, announced(! 24th Annual Meeting READY.MIXED..IN-TRANSIT
Mrs. Roy Ramsey CONCRETE
School at the home of Mrs. Ar of stir hoped to open the office the The Methodist, Woman's Soc.My .
To Install At LuncheonMayor el<'ct of the Woman Club Building Material Lumber Paint Hardware
Teen Newkerk, second! week of May The Family of Christian Service for the 0 9 g
Titusville, Inc., Mrs. William
This was a "thank you" for all and Children Service Bureau Hindu conference hill their WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSES
Ed Kittles will be the at the Chanticleer Inn, Moore, second vice-picsulcnt Lot Ut GIve You An EstlmaU -
the hard work; they have done aims to help people resolve prob.
main at the luncheonfor elect, delegate, and Mrs W D District 39 Nurses Prompt Delivery Phone AM 7-3831
[' this year taking care of the clinicat speaker Incoming officers are Mrs. Bruner president of the lenis of personal and social re
t the school installation of officers of latumships) without regard to Hear Dr, Loredo
Don Fryslie, president; Mrs. the club and director of district
Mrs. Mary Valentine, who has the Gateway Welcome Wagon race Of creed Any person with a
Harry Gads, first vice president; 4, FFWC, are attending the con.
8 assisted Mrs Newkerk this Club on Wednesday, April 15potito problem is! eligible unit, each per Dr R. M Lotido was guest!
year, will be leaving for Cocoa Mrs, Bruce Snyder, second vice vcntiun of the Florida Fcdera. him will be assured of a cimfi speaker at the Tuesday meetingof DAVIS LAWN SPRAYchinch
in Jacksonville
Beach to make her home, so Mrs president; Mrs J. Kotobkos, tion of Women's Clubs dentist conference by a profis District 39) ), Horida Nurses
2 : salad baked beans, this week, April 13 18, I IF WE NAYE 1V
sional caseworker The Service In the Friendship
Newkerk her with, Association,
9 presented a treasurer: ; and Mrs. Art Firtion,
lovely gift to say "Thank you coffee and treats from a relish They were elected at the April Bureau will attempt) to ail lius Riiirn at First Federal Savings SToMProEM .
The hostess had also baked historian 6 meeting, binds nnd whose martini
\1 Uav wives \ and [loan,
and we will miss you TN/
t delicious cake which all enjoyed Club activities will get underway Mrs Ramsey is representing discord i is disrupting( lamily life; Mrs Dorothy ForsUr, Mrs D Bugs

f" The ladies enjoyed baked ham, Mrs. J. J, Condes, club piesi parents and,I chillren, who are unit Mrs
___ I : with cards at 030: and <\n stasla Sheridan : 1'184 FungusWORK
dent, who Is a member of theFt mutually niiliiiy|'| In their tclaltonsltips Lamb will attend' t
lutvh at noon. For reservations 'WC board of dace tors by : with each other; adolescents Virginia
Sanford, April 13. wad '
j iniitntf( in o Worms
contact Mrs Firtion at 2670211for led mothers
virtue of her office. ; ;
: whore plans will bo drawn up .
THINK cards and Mrs, Jim Fisher, Mrs. John DAlboia, Jr reported young adults living{ apart from
fur future regional!: i / Fertilization
sWi 207.7600() for lunch on the Juvenile Detention their families; aging: persons; A committee\ In being fainted a.vrasi :
Home whim some of the club persons who arc condrned about
invitation Is extended their alcohol fir a publicity campaign begin
i A special mt'mb.'rs visited, Thin dependence on ; or
c SUPPORTand 13 any North Brtvard lady Ionic, which recently the women's clubsin persona who arcuvircnme by the null! In May, Mrs, Chris Clark Is
books for
wishing to come and learn more the had hand in stress of meeting' ; tiles problems coll 'cling stamp '
country a
about the activities of the club, letting: btarted, is located near Moderate\ fees' Mill be charge: ,I State Nurses Association pro and U1IUTV BOOTS
Mrs\ Morley will also! open offlics jut, and anyone wishing to
andELECT the County Home in litusville in donate stamps Is asked to contact .
at Holy Trinity Church
Leaves This Week with a wing for boys and one for Ask To So* The Fabulous .
Melbourne\ anl, st. dabridstliurih her
girls, Mrs D'AI bora reported
f. For Hampton, Ky. in Tltusv iIIe. Mm Clark's mother, Mrs
that clothing was needed at the VYLYT SOLE
Officers of the ISoaril, of Dir lewis, was a guest at this rn<'ci.
ThreIke-Id to hone and used articles would be
Mrs R C plans
ntors arc: Dr laurent I'. la
AJ leave this week for her homeat welcome if m good condition, Hoc'he. Cocoa Beach, Chairman; Ing.Mrs.. loa Oliver. Ways and CUSHIONED WALK DURABLE
Mrs. C. Glerum repotted on LIGHT WEIGHT FLEXIBLE!
dinpton, Ky She came .
the Rev W Sumner Ferguson: that tentative pi ins ure being
December and has been (the recent 'Day In Court' when SLIP RESISTANT OIL RESISTANT
early in
Titusville, Vice-Chairman; Nor. made t to, hull u dance in the Fallinnd ,
living in her mobile home at members attended u session of HEAT AND COLD RESISTANT
man Smith/ Titiivillo, SeeretaryTreasurer
Al GENE Cherrydon Park me juvenile court of Judge Virgil Other Board members 1 Doctor\ Stiles lines, roc LEATHER BOOTS FROM $5.80 up

Conkling are: !Mrs\ It. S SchhutirTitimille for t of the Fplsop: l Church of
Mrs. Threlkeld is the motherof Mrs, Condes announced the ; MiNS! Edith Crannrlllituiville Defray Beach\ Is chairman,

John D. Threlkeld memberof meeting on April 8th of the provisional ; John (iiinter, Satellite. -- --- Shoe Re-Nu Shops Inc.PIRTLE
the Titusville police force, Card Of Thanks .
League of Women Vot Illal'hIn.; Thomas S, Kenney, ,
and Ellis Tlrdktld' an officialof era, which the club sponsored! Cocoa Roach; Reverend Frank PLAZA TITUSVILLE
Standard LifeIniurjnce V/i, wish to express our sincere
ROBERTS National 1 his was the organizational 1\1 Jlf. Butler, St Davids by tho Fait Expert Shoe Repair
thanks and appreciation
Co. of Orlando,
meeting She also announced Sea, Cocun Beech; Reynolds:
kindness! ( flowers, and gift
I.f I. Book Week at the Titusville Kirby.Smith, Cocoa: Oscar Underwoixl .
showered to our son Phillip during -
NAOMI CIRCLE Library starting April 12 ', Cocoa; Reverend Ken.
: DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE The final card party for the ncth Williams, St Marks, Cocoa; his Injury. Our grutitudo,
Members of the Presbyterian Is extended! to our friends, neigh' At North Brcvard's Home Owned Bank
benefit of the student loan Dr Arlan I Adams, Mellxiurne; only
COUNTY COMMISSION Naomi Circle will meet with ,
hors, Phil's teachers, Mrs Coffin
fund will be held ut 7,:30 p.m, Mrs. Lottie D.) Alexander, Mil
DISTRICT No. 1 Mrs. Elmer Nason Whispering and Mrs. Ness, Bayview I'TA,
Apr t1 23rd. bourne; Mrs\ Charles t' West,
', halls at 2 pm next Friday, The program, Undo It Your. Melbourne\ ; the Very lI..vrr"/I'1" I Mr, Van Fosson and nurses of YOU CAN RAISE

(Pd Pol Adv hy Gene Roberts Camp Fund) April 17th sell, a panel on Communism was Alex] W. Bayer, Il >ly Trinity, 1'idiiitilis at Jess Purrixh Memonil N

'J ----- presented by the committee on MellMiurnc llonpilal! Rev, Joseph Boat C A MESS OF GREEN
Education with Mrs. William family and Chillren, Srrv wiltht at Mimi Baptist ,.
Hostile' Sandish and ladies
Winning Warm Friend For Florid Sine 1950 Durr, chairman, Mrs. liruncr, Ire to the entire lirivurd Community aho !
a Rev Edward Norman, Mrs, and IM supervised" by thr of adult class l No 1 and teachers !
I'} \
\\\\\111///1\ \ \ / Qjrecluttf James 1 1). Drown, president of Department of Christian Social (

I j \ crvice etc. the Catholic Women Club and Relations of the Diocese of and Margaret Motile
: South Florida of which the I Ill' Mr and Mrs, R. A, Watson
attorney Carl Pearson comprisedthe __ __ J
---- u It'i
ve always
panel )I' f
:JIoltJI Communism, its history:. aims / the season for

;, J \ s and strength: and, ,I the danger it I : MATTER- ,
poses to the free World were II III planning. to reap

;% discussed at length by the pan' ii I HOW YOO a good crop oIl

4 /JI\\//I \\\\ Cordially Welcomes on alit their, who subject were will matter informed and I / A/ _lOOK_ AT_ Ir._... "l r caihl You can do

clearly depicted the strength: of it when
'+ ii you
K.. our sy.:em of government and C e t! a t
You and Your
MRS, FamilyRUSSELL thi weaknesses of communum 4L't plant money

HOUCHINS To Your New Home! J jJ ': J toadily, In your

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to acquaint with city. BENCHES
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BINS T lvliion U to popular in your house that t you have se lUnd Member Federal Deposit Insunnct. Corp .:
- I on a chair tr hang from a light fixture In ordtr to zee If, you Member Federal Reserve Sytttm

I'' in the phone wet.I.r,... ....... need l a Mcand eat. Su the smaller smartly styled modals now
If you are new area, a I. Stock 00Ie..4. W...l_ at STEREO STORE. Good looking, so Imsp.naivsl l lCMtniTt Not TM Oldest Not The Largest. But The BESTI
..--' ... Dell...y
i call will bring you a prompt visit from :goorgo stuartTitusvilleToll MUN WHIM*'

.1 your local: hostess. Please give her a call! d17 _o.e.(og'''.,c.CM'....LAN.'x/s>OM'run uurw 1575I" i STEREQ STORE First National Bank iTITUSVILLI i

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Page 4 TltuivllU (Florida) Stir Advocate Monday, April 13W4'

-- Star-Advocate-. SportsNEWS Terriers Win Second In Meet

Titusville High School managedto miler, who has been making the Satellite. Tim*I 10 440 atran.*hurdle. ]'Boon;,. Pltroff.M.OD..rn.Boon81 <*, Clermont.Pole Vault Dlatano. Norman 141'."Boon. ; De- I
alas relay Colonial' (Dawion 180! ) Low Hoone
Burnaed ;
pick up a second place win behind headlines since his record break. Cook. Owltt. Stanford) Moon, Tlluavllld ; Wataoa Boon; Ollv n- van. Edgewater. Evan!: Kennedy Boone
AND VIEWS Lakclaad, Edgewater. baum, Clermont: Gaylord, Sushi
Orlando Boone in of 4:18 in Jacksonville 1:1':
Friday : '
lag run Tim: i3118hot : terg, satellite Tim :*l". "J-'prml relay Tltuavlll
the Evans Dad's Club Invitational several weeks ago, was expectedto put Bummori, Boon: High jump. Richmond, Colonial: ITnncy.. Nelman medley Cooper, "..dawaYI.Lok.lan" ).

L track meet held at the Evans compete in the Dad's Club Invitational Gamble; ,HalUuar Lakeland Colonial; Glenn. ; Lcatur Lakeland Fade lied( for Lakeland acpnd); Bets Holland, Tltu'Vllle"SatilII /\ lloone, 2:114.4., lIal..lllle.0.:111: : **- I

oval in a meet that. involved in t meet however, bill Ktlfiwatw. Ulalanoci &l H..". .; Uarola, Lakeland Hnlghthm : water 220 .Time wtrang: : riion. rHylnni" ,
.*.1. tllr...., ooai, Pltrert Oak I7". MeUenil.Rvanai .
teams team failed to S'.IOW. Instead, Rlda'1 Duna. Hlataaa Moor) Marr, Lombard Oak Hldg. stein EuHtlHI Owen., Boon ColonialTim\, *;
Total points were Boone 80H, Roberts breezed around the Tltuavlll.) Hu.llek I Edfwatr. Colaalal.: Ream Tltuivtll; Ganleh.Rdaewater 2:5: I. ; D won
Time i M. at. Jolla Cl rmunl.
: .
Tltusville 42V4, followed by Lake track with little trouble. Mil Robert, Tltucvlll. .; Jon- Time, S;ttl SUlacua Mlle Relay. l'1o.nl] ()Powell.Frunc Oak
kin. Kilicwator.: Forclval, Colonial, Gamble, Lakelanil, : Hitl- *. VVaKon. McOovdrn .
; ,
land with 361and Colonial's 36. The sprint medley relay ran Boon Rldg, Tltinvlll, Colonial. lakeland
Allan Lakal.""I Smith. Tltuavlll lauer. Colonial; Hummera .
Maury Roberts, Titvuvlllc: mil. one of the fastest times of the Tim i :32.11.: Stewart Uilgewatar! Coggihall ,. Time: 1343:

er took first place in his divisIon year despite bad handoffs.
'red M 7 aI with a+aaD f''IItWII $ ,.. .." "1 :-r;:ri''t"r 771fi.IDf: ffr
4:32.5.: while the sprint Coach Don Godwin wanted no t)1Bfua. !!JItiIIl. ; 1" ::!e .
+law. s _._ -
medley relay team took a first' time complimenting tho entire /eeel v. .w. > t

with 2:04.0.Boone: team for effort. r

cby' dominated! most, of the! "All of the boys ran as hard aa

sprints, along with 'the hurdles* they possibly could, and the results I t e 4 a

and several of the field events ahow Donne wan far ahead,

t Merrill Moore, Gainesville's but they had to work for It. Tom 4 +

t y., trw 1 i Ream ran a real good 880.

I LL Auxiliary v Starting the race he was box I

To Meet April 15 i, ed in, and had to stay there until I
the final turn on the last lap.

The Titusville Little League lie was about 11 men back from

Auxiliary will hold its monthlY' the lead man and passed every.

meeting Wednesday, April IS. thing on the track as If he was

at 0:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs running a 100 yard dash end took a

Laura Akers, 120 Echo Circle. third place," Godwin said.

All mothers of players in the Picking up points for the Ter

Pony League/ and Little League riers were Ream fourth in the

arc urged to attend broad jump; Sandy Loveless, /

_....-- ...... -.-- third in the 120 high hurdles;

and Central 56. Team Wins Honors Roberts, first and Herb Smith
NEARLY BREAKS RECORD -. Pete Evans Clearlake by running a

I almost broke them: yard dash record The record was set by Woody Darden at Richard Karberg, Stetson University in fifth the in 440 the and mile fifth, Morris in the fourth broad

afternoon's meet with 5.7. (S-A Photo). w
during Friday
senior from Titusville, jump; Hardy Bam, tie for second .
is a member of the Stetson U. in high jump and Ream I.

debating team that won honors third in the 880.

in the Southern Speech Association Tam point.. llnnnw 80M{ Tltui- 4':
Win vllle '." Lakeland 3D''., Colonial
Pirates Three-Way "
Tournament and Convention .. .
ftl.v, !':Ma' watpr 2m Oak Ridge
( in Houston. 17; KalolMKOrach 11, .:van. 9, .
KuMI 8. Clermont 5, anal DinhoD
The team winning the super Moore S. :,. > -to
' Broad Jump .101..1. EvanaDcvrM.k ,: Jq > j
ior rating is composed of Kar . e
Lakeland; rirlcla. Solnl1111 -
berg, Jay Mechling of Miami !Item, TUuavlllf. Merrl/ TI- ,
Ul.vlll. Dimanc ia V 0'r ..
Track Meet Records FallParkway Bench and Allen Newman of 120 high hurdle. MoCovcrn, .s '
Ironton Ohio. Boon, Wit.on ;lloon. Lovrloia. .t
; 1'- ..
Tltu.vlll, MOM-, Colonial; Malt iIt ..
. '. .
""D' Colonial Tim; IS 3 '. .
\... _
Two Events Tuesday 100 yard daihVal>>h, Boone, -- .
Helgth- 411k"", loll. .ri%le Freshet Horne,, Edfewalrr Stranr. Boon. Terrler.ttes Swimming Team
Junior High School'sfabulous rlahili .r..ile rnnlut, Total pnlnt: Clearlak. 71: Central Titusville High School will have Dunn Blahop Moor.; Hutchlnion,
eight grade team scored Total point: Parkway 73, Central M; Parkway, .21.
30 Clearlaka 11. UO: low hurdle Oawion, Clear-. two heme sprint! sports contests
another victory and broke 120 low hurdlea Scragga, Park. lake, Armmrong. Central: Fielding. ,
three ichool records Friday way Pierce, Central.: Well, CI..,. Central; Hanger Parkway Time: Tuesday afternoon. str aeaa.-
lake; daiblna. Central Tlm.: 14.1. 14 S. Th. swimming team will host d
afternoon as Parkway beat 100 yard duh Newton, Parkway 100 yard I..b! Young Clearlake:; a tggrlan lrt
Clearlake and Central in total ; Cox Parkway; Robemon, OonialM. Clearlak. Cauley Parkway Eon Gellie and the baseball pr r
tlearlak; Murry, Central. Time: ; Farney, Central Tim: 10 I. team will host Ovledo. are rgarod
points, 141to 114 and 33Mi, 10.V. kett-yard relay Clearlake Cen Na1rMS
880 relay Parkway (Newton tral.
respectively. Crealae Hawk, Ifvantk), Central. 440 yard run Cauley, Parkway ; Carthy placed third in the 100 V '+w
Seventh and Eighth grade Tim:: 1:18: Dunbar, Parkway: Gray. CI..arlnke: yard breaststroke, however she
Central. rime 1$
teams were victorious while the BO yard dark Evana: Clearlake Parkway, p.ero.8110 run Dewllt Clearlske: IIDb. broke a local school record with T-
Central Hell
ninth graders dropped their second kkmttn. Parkway. Time: 644U errs. Parkway: William.. Clearlake: 1:364.
Lull Central Time: 1.141.
straight meet. Hawk, relay Can Surag) ), Clearlak 440 yard relay Clearlake Central Breaking school records in boys lagri.ra

Ron Newton, an eighth grader, gJO:: yard daah. Newton. Parkway Ooniale 220 yard, Clearlake rue Young; King Clearlak, I Central,, competition was the medley relay Ai1

set a new 100-yard dash recordof ; Mhtip.! Hawk Central, Parkway: Burgeai.Clearlak Time: Armaironf. .Central. Central Time 24 Price S. team with Keller Ingram,
Iohol Darby. ;
.t' 10.9, which was let three years ZU.lih..t. Cox. Parkway Hawk CUarlake put: Kahn Parkway; Phil- Austin and Barnhill turning in a2:0404j
> ;
ago by Robert Nieman, now a Parkwayi Kantor Central; King, man Central. IMitancei 43 9". : ; Blitch, 27.1 in the 50 yard

high ichool trackster. The old Clearlak Dlacua -Distance'Hood :Central 19"!> !.: Hawk Central Dln.ua, -Ackley.Kahn. Clearlake Parkway); Darby llalrd free style; Keller, in diving; and

record was 113. Newton also P.rkw..y. Icr...... paj-kway King, Clearlake.Hroad Ulitanc Oonaalea; 1IU' 3,"*. Clear- Blitch, Smith Hepburn and In

"shattered his own 220 yard dash Clearlak Broad Jump. UlHtunc- Newton: m, '4'Parkway. : lake, Krneat Jump Parkway,; Oawion gram in the 200.yard free relay

mark of 260 by running a 247. fltragg! Parkway: : Hood Central;; Clearlake: Oraiaman. Central. Distance with 147,4.uitllb : .
Clearlak DlHanoi 11'3\2"\ : 11'ata"
He also equaled his own high Cook.High Jump Newton Parkway: High Jump Davlea: Clearlako :
jump mark of 52". Oarrlaon. Central, hJwurdi. Parkway Hor.Lhcl. Central, Dewltt, Clear- Alert Hnmmarrillo ,
: Keith Scraggs also broke a 120 ) dhupe Central Helg-thi: SI'. lake; Luti Cenlral. Helgth. ; 54'. '*
Medley Relay Cocoa (foultour.Hutchlnnon .
low hurdle record by running a L, wla, Hiaofield"), Tltuavllle. -

14.9. I >*> yard. Time Ire: 2:41111.style.: Workman
Jody Kahn threw the discus Cocoa Swimmers Throw (J);. Albright. (C), Oarnhlll l (T).
152'3" breaking his last year's Time: 1:10.1.:
1o yard free style King (C).
mark of 129W' Hitch (T), Plttman" (TI.) Tim*:
hnnlh Dade rr.nllst 2iiO yard Individual medley; Mil-
Total "olnll: Parkway 13. Centrala len (IC:). Fulton IC), Parker tn.) =
J JI JTllulYiII.
30, Clearlake. 17. Knockout Punch Fridaywithout lima, 3373.: --- ---- -, ..
120 low hurdle Helilmann Central Diving Harris (IC), Kncy (C),
a : Green. Parkway Coffey, Parkway Keller ITI.) TitusvllU High School Baseball Team
llrlrt l.*. Clearlak Time: 11.2.
; 100 yard butterfly Mtllen (IC),
1110 yard tlaih Parker, Parkwayii Auntln ITI.) Pittman ITI. Tim
( ( ) :
.. -Kowalikl, Clvarlak; Merrill. Cl.ar- Cocoa High: School pulled another a defeat In the 400 yard 1:291.
C. lake; Coffee, Parkway Time: US one of its favorite tricks, freestyle was defeated by Cocoa's 100 yard free style Curry (CI.) 1 ift
1 ill yard dub Parker Parkway; Bordln ID, Crane (IT), Time;: 18... e
P Reeve, Clarlak Mitchell. Clear, "best Titusville" Friday after Workman, by 10 seconds. 100 yard. backstroke FountainC
flake; Lawson Central Tim: S3 the Terriers for Despite the whipping Titusville ( ), Buchanan IT), Fulton ICI.)
by dumping
P 40141 relay Parkway Parker, Cot- noon Time: 1I3S.:
fey, Green :Miller) time this to pick eight more .
: the second consecutive managed up KiO: yard freestyle Workman
220: y.nl daah Kowalekl. Clm.It. school records however the only 1C), Hepburn (T), Harrlnn (C).
lake: Hartman Clearlak, Coffey season in swimming. Time: 4:0106.:
C Central; Bannlater, Parkway Tlmel Coach Larry Monhollon's, boys two first place winners of the 100 yard breaatitroka Curry (C),
e 27.4. Hutchlniion (IC), Mark (IT). Time,
e. 8hot put Parker Parkway; Cnt- lost 76.19 while Coach Sue Thomas' eight records were the girls 1:1J8.JitU. 1 1'
fey Central ;, Price, Central NIcholH, medley relay team and Margaret yard Ire relay' Cocoa Tltii. 'c : 'T r --
dunked 6629.
Parkway, Olntanc: 871UV'. girls were vlll.. Time: 1::43... #
t Dl.cu. Hatmann Central; Mlt. Miller In the 100 yard back 4.IrlatMedley T
e chcll. Clearlake; Omen Parkway I INlcholi For the first time in two years stroke. relay Tltuavlllt (Miller '1 i il
Parkway, Dlntanoi. 107' Titusville failed to pick up a McCarthy Lang Carlion). Cocoa 1
110". "We swam some of our fast .
Time 2:24: a. h
o Broad lump Parker Parkwarl single first place In boys comp Cocoa but thE"Ystill :hat! yard tree *tyl* Oolclramp nor
: : est times against ,
Down, Central; Qrcen.: Parkway. etitlon. Marc Hepburn, a senior, (ICI), Ilona (ICI. Morton (IT), Tim.;
C Miller. Central. Dl.tanc' 17 8V weren't enough, the Tigers 2:48.1.:
: HIRh"ump Trw, Central: who managed to compete last and fio yard free style Vlck (IC), Carl- T
Brldcr1? .Cl..alak MoMMlen, season and most of this year had loads of manpower, aon (ITI), Whit |ICI) Tlmll 293 rqd"
: Parkway: Harlman Clearlske. plenty of good swimmers. I only :200: yard Individual medley Vlck
(Cl.. Wood (IC), Mlley (ITI Time.
hope we can make some good 80\.9.: 4I
i improvements before the county Diving: Bell (C), KlnaT( ), Dokl T T ; e
(tel. Time! 1S.I02:
0 meet, Monhollon said 100 yard butterfly Vlck ICI.)
The Medley relay team, which Paul ,CI.) long ,IT). Time 1:24.8.:
lot) yard free ityl' Vlt-k 1C),
took one of the two first places, Morton ITI.) Klnfo (ICI.) Time-:074.
turned in a 2:24.8.: Swimmerswere ion yard backstroke Miller (ITI>,
Ji-nklni (tC), Meldrum (IT). Tim
I I.I ill Miller McCarthy Lang and 1:2e: 8.41JO. I l I Ih
Carlson. Miller swam the 100 yard freeatyl Ooldramn IC).
I King IT), Montgomery IC). Tim'
I yard backstroke In 1:246: to win S:TO 1.1.
100 yard brea.tntroke IVkle IC). I -
I: the only other first place. Also Lnngarre i (IC), McCarthy (T). Time
setting a school record was Meg I::-Jill. -
; 200 yard free relay Cocoa, Tltu.vllle. .
King In diving competition. Me Time: J:IDS. High School" TracksteraBREVARD



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I .a. *w+ tr I NOTICE Is hereby given, In accordance with Section 22 of the .

NOTICE Is hereby given, In accordance with Section 22 of the NOTICE I Is hereby given in accordance with Section 22 of the Brevard County Zoning Regulations that Owen W. Man has rat|

BrovaM County Zoning Regulations that Walter and Ira Glenn Brevard County Zoning Regulations that Wm. E. Verger has rechested quested that the Brevard County Zoning .. / j

i has requested that the Brevers) County Zoning Board/Beard of that the Brevard County Zoning Board/Board of County Commissioners consider the request for change of classification)J Jto

I it ? County" Commlsiloners censlder,3he reejuett for temporary trailer Commissioners contlder the request for temporary office traileron AU (Agricultural Use) on the following described property

permit, on the following described property the following described property Air of Blocks 2 A 8; Lots 1 thru 4, Block 3; Lots 1.2. 4

f E 71' of S 100' of N 200' of parcel describe) lit,, DB Part of the NE'4 as described In DB 3)1-481 Section 7 and I, Block I; Lets 1 and 2. Block 10 Temple Htlghts :

j 103.80, Section 7 Township 21 'Range J5, which U located 7 Township 11, Range IS, which Is located west side of SID recorded; In PB '.73; and part of the $EV4 described

f east side of County Rd. ...t.f F EC railroad approximately US 1 approximately" 174 mile north of Kelly Rd. In DB NN-112 less exceptions Section 7 Township 21 Range '

3/4.nv.le north of Kelly Rd. 35, which Is located between US 1 & F EC railroad approxl. (
PUBLIC HEARING will be hold at the Agricultural Center In mately V* mile north of Kelly Rd. \

t PUBLIC HEARING will bo held at the Agricultural Center In Cocoa, Fla., on Monday, April 27, 1H4 at 9:00: a.m. or as soon
ti Cocoa FI,., on Monday April 27, 1W4 at T.OO: a.m. or as seen thereafter as possible. Final report and hearing will bo heard PUBLIC HEARING will bo held at the Agricultural Center In *

I A4i p, thereafter' as possible. Final report and hearing will be heard by the Beard of County Commissioners at the County Court House, Cocoa Fie., on Monday, April 27, lf 4, at 9:00: a.m. or as soonthereafter \.

i by the Beard of County Commissioners" at the County Court House, TltusvilU Florida, at their first meeting following this date All at possible. Final report and hearing will be hoard ,I

Titusville, F Florida at their first meeting following this da... All Interested parties are herein given notice. by the Board of County Commissioners at the County Court House, 1 1Titwsville !

Interested parties are heroin given notice.BRIVARD Florida, at their first meeting following this date. All j jInteretted
herein given notice.
parties are

O. O. Poavy Zoning Director BREVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICEby 1
0. D. Peevy, Zenlnf
i ai EQUALS RECORD Ronnie Newton, a Parkway Eighth -+ O. D. Peavy, Zoning Director '

: grader, is shown equaling his own mark of 5'2" during .April 13 (Mon.) U4 April 1) (Mo".) 14 April 13 (Man.) 144

e. a meet here Friday with Clearlake of Cocoa and Central

:. at Eau: Gallie.-(S-A Photo).


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Monday, April 13, 1962 TRusvlllsFlorldaSear.Advocate( ) rM, I -

-t : float d veil lure I i iI

(bf Capt DtTld A Allen)

Just a hint don't wait for vaca

!lion to start cruising

;, Now the time to start some

,'eek-cnd cruises.

:' ,jjjfolhe weather can only improve Bowling

.I. from now on despite the oc

""' faslonal chill that persists in BriefsClassic

":(moving in from time to time

Nertjfull) moon doesn't come 1-

until(' near the end of April and 4 LeagueMatch

'' ifjTdoubted whether it will become a
I : results, : B and E Shirt
"cool" then. How
again ?
Uttering over Virginia Fried

eyerjshort. practice cruises keep hickcn' 2.1; FloureD over LaGrange .
'you;In nautical shape and when {
.( Grocery 30; Gu Faulk k
theVtime arrives for the long i hpvrnlrt over T and G Music

'fi. rinse you'll have all the "bugs" i.1 I Titusvillc Tile and Terrazzo

.'*.worked out including your sea over Flk t 21; Dudwelser overI ....-...............---_..._--- ._- -... .}" -. :..... "'!A-, ,
SSfmanship problems. ittloi I Tavern 30; Nova Cabinet
',,S. Brevard County residents are Shop over Breerlloves TfxaioMI : COUNTY CHAMPS Shown are mem- Peacock, Nartowicz Burke S ton e"

\ y fortunate they have the entire : Titusville Auto Paris our hers of the Orevarci County defending Vienazindis and Fe ;uson (second row)

Inland Waterway for boating 1 1J Spur Painting Inc? 3.0; Fire Junior high track championship: team The Drown, Dehmlow (;>"atlCln Hawk Outright -

ttiuUnts ore Eighth graders{ at Parkway Newton S;(' is: MrAJian and I
plenty of water and always a itime over Magnolia Liquor, 3 (0)
deep, navigable channel wheth I High team game: Dudwristr, und already have: a 2 0 record. Leftto Iv:1ns.(9: ( )A Pin t'I,i

right (front row) Vickers, Tindil
head North South. tan
rr you or ._ .11. :. ... ._ .. ,..",_-.._ .1J __ __ L
"Slf\ your boating is confined to high team series: BudwoHor .
weekends you can cruise to some FRESHMEN THINCLADS Pictured above and Moquin; (second row), Evans Alex 918 liml 817: 2792. r ---

tilceareas, during either one day are members of the Parkway Ninth ander Wolforth Godfrey, Kahn, Sum High individual game: R. Pas

orjtwo days depending on the grade track team. Left to right. (front mers, Rogers,:: Hamer Riddle Dunbar -- ley, 247.

jBsuetand speed of your boat. You row) Grmdle Vickers, Northcutt, North. (S-A Photo). High individual series: F. | .. 4 r eM t!

yean literally travel as far as you cross Earnest Cauley, Dosmeny Shealy, Tlmrlnw :SOT! ,1

-- please considering that the Inland 200( games: II. Stowtrs 208; F '

Waterway goes from approximately ihurlow, 2119; R. Pasley 247: J. I N

Maine to Key West lovely pool Polynesian type Emmerson 222; R Bobbins. 201:

and continues on across Lake restaurant and all other facili B Snko, 201 ; C. Woodward 207.
J Kuhasko 205; F. Thurlow 223;
Okeechobee and up and down ties as' well as transportation
'" D. Reed, 201; G. Walters, 216\;
Jjthc entire West Coast as well if they are needed It's a btauti
R. Hrmmestad, 20A, J. Lennon, '
k n fact, even on around the lul pi.ice and I've never seen an .
>21\ : H Karbrrg, 225; B. \\alI
[ Gulf to points West unhappy mate there >'et. Kids
I luee 201: ; n nednarchlk, 235 and
Let's assume have only too especially the pool. I Ij.
: you love it ,
3. Davis, 212
214: I. Magee. 214; :
t one day. A fair run North If you're on a three day cruise a
t"oar C j. Shepherd 21)3<> and( 224; K.
' would take to New for a .
you Smyrnaand you could use langfords! ;
.AI.TON Oiuch) 226; B Booth, 200, 203,
back or you could merely jump off point and get In a little II. Carbon 201; n\ Klerstead, 4ta'
head for Haulover Canal do a offshore fishing or cruising r
I saw Olin LeMoine the other stand just so 202.

little fishing and visit either through the nearby inlet at even in', and his wife. and I asked The way the weather has limn, oixnllno' W"n I ".l :v ? '
George Shires at AllenhurstFish Stuart. It's a fairly good inlet, it really looks CIt, ,. 'allik Chevrolet HI: .T 1t r'gy t' y..aMtgt, .
tile few
How is everything out at past days I.mien Tnvrrn tilt :II e.r.7a4z.1rA.: : '\Ao.. J4.i"..._.-I?.z W .....; .' Xv '
Camp or Lou Bair at Bair'sCove however safe most of the time, South Lake?" They told me that good far the week-end. Tin II K: Whirl I purring M :I MlUl
which is opposite. Both except for weather of course they didn't know cither that t bass are bcddm again. They T It I Wflxrr II I Muelr. M 47 M:.I.1 SEVENTH GRADE TRACKSTERS tie Hawk and McClure: Second row Stephens

P' places have docking and adequate Actually a two day cruise to they hadn't seen it for qUite awhile have started once or twice bt Tllii'Vllle Tvrrmin Till end 4il. 44 Members of the seventh grade track! team Parker Graham, Bannister, Coffey, I

refreshment facilities as Jersen Beach would prove quite They have sold out and fore anti then it turned off cold Nova (',hint Shop 40.. 44 Left to right (front row) Long Champion, Green' Nichols and Johnson (S'-A

well as fuel, and other necessities tiresome without an extra dayto moved away from the lake I and they'd quit Maybe they'll M.ernnll M 1 minis Liquor',I.II l fhUkon. 45 41; 47 0, Strickland Tourney Day Robinson, Lit- Photo).

a hy around and catch up". reckon until they get the channel stay with it, this time 1.IIUan... Oro,'nry 42 'inHl

f:* I.eading South could include so try real hard to find a third cut through from Fox Lake, a Even out In the Indian River Tltllnlll.>ac.. aiming Auto Ino Part 4 40
a run up the barge canal have day somewhere, fcllor will Just about have to UriBt'n'' :in filI High: InlIvltluals'ri('.: J. Lock .. .01.111, 74 7dK ,
the fishin' is getting better Reports Ilrpolovp I Trxnoo :lit r>l Iloom. 1651.Mlnndlna. : rl'a Innurnnen 21 tI:
t: a look at dredging activity in Vero Beach il also a good fly in, if he wants to fish In of bigger and bigger catches .::1 k'. Locle :III' lIa Iron I.n.fhl rrdige, 700.( ) M"m n Inn.,I M KM..ilillillnmn) lurvle. 91 17 27l 14.WI"Iola' .

r'\r Banana River then a leisurely place to head for. One can stay South Lake. are comin' in. It Is still nothin' )'Inoeo 24 H7'4 nnil..nta Male VV..trn I A"ln 7.75'4"'", aaty:iN"'5 High/ team game: : Scppcr Corp., l 11, II. M,'Cnrtnl I k 111 I*

;, trip to homeport. overnight: at Bob Chesbrough's' I I've heard that there arc plans to get shook up about, but it II H': Khlrl I.fllriliHlrrll 11 41I"Iret 10114. llr.vurl, Nation I Hank It 8il

'*,'f If you can find two full days place Vero Beach Manna, just for another landing somewhere looks better than it has for Lady Kegler M.'t..e Tevrrn TII 71)44 41 4JJllollce Ii High team series: Sep er I
:": on South Lake, but there ain't no ENVELOPES Business Sizes -,
then head Norlh again perhaps North of the causeway on your months individual Vera llnmmMamer CI"It 4144 Corp.. :3035.Ml.edingn .
High game: C.lrannnA 111)44 sly'
,1.I stop over at New Smyrna atC starboard side, headed South. tellin' when they'll be carried While 1 think of It. if you'redoin' Wilson 204; Mary Williams, 195. Ire'. "olUh..rn Hnom fill'.. 0114' nnn I.....tTram Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp

: *: either the Smyrna Yacht Club Bob runs :a fine place and proves out.. And it's too doggoned badl! any fishin' out on the Is. High individual series: Vero TAG,Ulr Hi-niny Muiluli Chop I\N 111144" 04 1111110 Nu, W 15 for mailing Full stock at Star

':J 'or a little further upstream at excellent company. Just the other day a man told me land it might be a good Idea to Wilson, :52] Mary Williams 518 < >.ir".. liarlny Itnl. F.nl.l 1\41t 07'4' llurli-v R..llnr( 9T IT Advocate I
nine Pr r a 17
that he had seen a pound 'a( Hoy.J IiI: nil I pp" Cnp. .
fc Dan's Boat Service or even further He Is located Just across the bass out of the hike. but I keep a sharp lookout for snakes. High;! team game: Pine Grove P: Fvunn: A.nno 4t'1 11:1,:
-* upstream to Daytona to the' come 1''",'. rl anrr. 4544 ne44' '
street. from two lovely restaurants The weather Ucbrtngmem Inn 727 .
still ain't found the speckled warm II Ilin. I'inline 1111 U
.lt' Municipal Yacht Basin, where one a night club, if that perch out there. out, and now that a feller High team series: Pine Grove Atlnnlln likrthlry., I'luml A Illij ln"...low UftlV 7J44. ARK YOU ASh AHED\ ? '

v.' there is adequate overnight faci would appeal to you. can't carry a gun out there, It's Inn, 1980.I""dln. ""r. HtJnyi.d It. a0: 77 r.. r
The last I heard if
time (
; hties any gonna be worse than ever It used .. Wnn I.nutllarrlniton I'lumhlnq. HI HI
Below there and only a halfor number of bass bein' caught out Clranrra 711< 40Klihard Do You Hide Your Seat With A Blanket?
From the municipal basin ont three quarter: hour run is Ft. at South Lake, they told me that to be that enough of 'em got : '* A In'raft 4s 47 ,
to Elinor Village there are shot to keep 'em from jettm' too Mh.",,'. 1'law Illwn,' fiN 4* Fri. Nite Handicap
up Pierce and its Inlet. The Pelican they were catchin' 'em 'way out Merrill Act I. rturvl fiT 41Muncr Get New Covers At
least where most of the .
thick at
some nice< "lay over" points in King fiT 49
Yacht Club is located on the inlet In the southwest part of the lake. .
Went Ante 51''4, R.1'4Lhvrrylon : High individual game: PhilIN
fishin was beln done; only now rn "
eluding the facilities at the vii- Just across from the Coast That would really be back in the Mobil It.>me 67'.. r.',4Cutlir
you can't shoot 'em anymore. '. HIIII-K, Inc Si" ADKr ''' _------ TAYLOR'S AUTO UPHOLSTERY
.1' llge. Guard Station. It's one of the left-hand turns and JUst about .l In.uran 1\fI.1II
would like to
One thing I report .
Now if you find three days loveliest places you've ever seen. far back ina (' inn Cure M ." 01 I'(. TH r: < i HI i ir < ''Iur or Tilt.:
as as atelier can go
about) the Island, we have I'Inn Irovft) Inn 51''4 HI'4 MS I"II .111'111\1.1 I licit II'. INMI 1027 South HopkinsAM
which happen only one time a Overnight boaters are invitedto boat. If you go hack far en not lost the Rifle Range! We had( 'Iro' Nillannl, Hunk HI fill .\ rllH IIICK' SKI Mil :Nil.
a perfect cruise" wouldbe CltUHni Hunk JN* TT'", 11.1.l 71170HAM'S
year enjoy the club restaurantand ough the water gets pretty shal
hoped that we could continue to I IN. IMM .Kt NO MINI, .
all the way up to Marineland lounge also large size en low, and it gets grassy, two. But use the range even if the boysat wad IiIY 1)l II'UJ.NATN

allowing a full day for seeing the closed swimming pool and just that's where the bass seem to behangm' NASA did decide they wantedto Saffy Doodles : IIKAT'rv: lUlntlff ---- .

sights while there, returning to around( the<< "corner" is the inlet out. ., shoot there, and it looks as I VIJt111N r.i .
High individual : Peggy \ I). IIFATTV: and
game -
home port on the third day giving Right near the Yacht Cluz It's been a long time since if we will still be using It. 193 III'AI'TV. his wit>, It murrli..1. and
you two nights aboard Something are located several fine motels, I've been back that far but the Tumey III IHI'ON 5's VI': II-NIH: HAVINUH i
High Individual series; Vera HANK a ..vln," bunk oricanljrdml
like this can be real fun very reasonable and each fac water is usually very clear; and I suppose it should be a com I .. rnUtlnit under lhn h.... of the
and educational. lot' both furling thought to know that no Wilson 510 liilnilninweiith, of Matin 'h inrll..
ing the inlet proper. Once you you can see a of beds .
else in this needs to High team game: Daffy Dills II.I.ntlaol.IN'
Or to the South! Two days stay here you really hate to old and new. I've heard that at one area TNR: MAMR' or Till.: MTATIIKriCRIDA >:
know any more about guns It 523\ TO TUB YDI.lasw) I I
t would let you allow cruising leave. one time there was a channel is nice to feel that all the law !high! tram series: Daffy Dills, lNU NAMED!' OR KKDIUVAIKI!!:
that went all the to the St. rrNUAim/; : 'rnwiTiJttHH
I down to the Eau Gallie Boat Ira is the Dockmaster and he'll way 1507.IIC..o.lln..
Enforcement boys are so /good HBATTT: and
: Works which la one of the nicest take good care of you during John's back there somewhere, with their that they only .. "nil. ....t nrATTY. D bin .WK' If mirrlnil. anl Toni ht!
gun! .
places to stay. overnight that you only I lent Imagine a feller Daffy PIIIII 05'1 4441 llimlON. MVM fFNTH AVINUH ,
your need to practice whenever theyfeel 11.1'. 1)l I 4aI.iay HANK. ..vln.ii l bunk orcunUnluiil
could find also conveniently You'll be surprised how many could ever follow it now You can like it. 0.1.1. 1\:1:: 45Krey eelpting .uniior' the I lawi if thLummiHwiith .
see a channel on an aerial photo Ka. Gtf asgaffy ; of Ma"n,'huiwIKVKI :
close to the stores etc. Mr. into
acquaintances you'll bump And of all the kids Doll NI.DJ.'s ,' AND I KACII (J'"' VOU are
course, ::
if look real close. The troubleis .
Leech.will let you use the comp along the way you 54Duubin h. mhy mmJI that a >ult hu \buna( \ ,t.
that by now it might be full of comin on are so well trained in Des tN 54Nlowpukon need, aaemet! you /In I tut tt> .. any vehicle if you are averseto Boating to these or any of the safety that we need not 117 111\\ IIU." KiiMx. and I you are h.-rrbwS.t'qulrrd ,
walking. weeds so you never could get L.dy nuna 0.4' 1111'. I It flic your aniwcr or writ
other fine places along the way through It. worry about thorn All we needto III" Cols: 61io\ e11'1Ifopfule ln ilifinnci If any wllh Site ("I..rkit ,

If Y'Iu'd prefer you could con will provide you with more fun Just this mornin' we (found do Is buy 'em a huntm license Cats, 4"4:1'4: 47Mlnlln TINS' ., I bin..,,,f Court upon, unit Ida to Ililntlffi...,v. n ci mtirnry i>yllir .

tinue on to Melbourne Yacht Bas and real boating experiencethan and(I a gun and some shells! and whim sun. ."d, .Adreinelprar I
out for sure about somethin' hereon un nr In f"r. Ih. ar
in where you'll find three places can "shake a stick at! turn 'em loose Maybe they'llcame
you we'd been wonderin' about, and Koffoo League IHH day of May. IIHI4 If you full 4.
to tie in overnight all closeto "Your boat's no good in the car back alive'! In ilo no. a Ixcrv* Pro Imfi-wo
I' waitin for. The bass actually
are will bt you tor the l lnlKf
town. port or back yard or out of com startm' to bed I I saw one nice Somehow I can't help wonder High Individual game: Ellie d"nl"nl.d In the ('.imi.lulnl ( .

On down river you'll find the mission. Might as well get rid one over a bed and I was tryln' in' who would lie responsible, i I' Homes 2.13; hazel Carlson, 231. and,1'11.|preyed nature l lor if In Inn uil.
Sebastian Yacht Club on your of it If you can't t take the time to to bo real quiet, so ai not to some law man were to shoot an High: individual series: Hazel if Ski lollo"'ln| d..rllwil
..ro"I"" .lylii" and"I b<'ln> In Urn
Starboard side which has a enjoy yourself. scare 'em and another great big innocent bystander and it couldbe Carlson, 629; Doris runkhoustrC27 yard: County: drill to'wit 1 W, 1

large pier and restroom facili A lot of folks take their boatsto one came up while I was standin proven that there was no C Manor I Ial: III nf Mlhourn I/souk. : i.. MaKnolla,I Ilrevarl I

Sebastian Inlet and lay there there. I had to get out of there continuing program of mnrkman High team game; Siesta Motel (ounly Horll. a. rncnnlu I In

ticsA full day's run In a faster overnight: at anchor on the lee I'm afriid if I I'd seen much more, ship training and! no better target :293!) ; Fat Boys, 581 I Plat rd In llook if old II!,! I.sae uunty Tl: pul.llore "
boat 18 20 side than tin cans at least with High team series: Siesta WITNUlrt my hind mil. veil. | 01.n,1
cruising at mph, of the weather sometimes I'd have had to give up and gone .
in resonahlc distance? Court at TUuIYIII.. flrlYDrdl."IIInll'
would take you all the way to several boats in a group "raft. fishin'. You know a feller can Motel 1703 and Lees Southern I I rinrliU, thin' 10Jih day 01

t Francis Langford Marina at ing together" overnight. You can April(ITIITIH I IIICII R. AnNF.II

I Jenson Beach. Here you have a find some deep areas where passing boats won't necessarilygive Tennis T Team clerk. Llroull (nun CYCLE CENTER
Continues Unbeaten lly V. ft HpaniUrD
you the "rock and roll" "puly Clorkrrofton N *d 2 wh. lj? S.. Hmbon r
I ",..... Holland
Did you know that on one or Titusville High School's tennis Hi* P.lm Avenue I Coco Tilusvlll lau Ctlllo
two of the little 'Spoil) banks warlzkopl). 8.5. Tltunvlll.. rlorlda I "
team continued on their winning Titusville had a tougher time Altarnryi far Pia InUIt "You meet the nicest p.oplo> on Honda"
near the mouth of the Halifax Apr U, 2n). ZT May 4 IMonl 1964.
ways here Friday defeating Florida taking the doubles matches with -
HERE AT -- -- ---
LAST! River (North end of Masquito Central Academy -- -- -- -- ---- =
Dieterle and Wessmger beating
WORLD'S ONLY CAR Lagoon) you can actually find The Terriers won 81, despite Alexander and Lehmann 9.7, and(I I I
Cherry Stone Clams? Nothing
strong opposition that saw James Sturchio and Walding taking -
better! Just land on one of the Dieterle their number one man Burry and Bruehl 8-8. -
WITH AMERICAN little islands banks and tread ..
or lose 68 to Alexander. Coach Frank Tomdale's team I u M!
in about 3-3 feet of water aroundthe
Boyd Wessmger had
a tough C@
AUTOMATIC now has I 90 record and has I
TRANSMISSIONFOR shores and you'll find them! time overcoming Lehmann 8-4, lour more scheduled meets an ?i, _.! kThoy

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I Tlfvtvlll (NerMa) Ifar. Ai1lcar. Meiwlay, April 1), 1M4 Nary naa teemed quite "I I I

/ ed.
1 In a matter of seconds

County Jobs .i were over Titusville. !
quick flight look us to I
Rehearsals UnderwayBy $ skirts of Orlando and back : :

I Jr to Patrick where we ) ,
Get Once Over -1 10,000 feet and went j

II some conditions: that we I

Miniature Group Management for Government Consulting a Miami Services 4'I Ij never The first forcet;: was the act of

firm, to Ere
efficiency reported I xM five 'O' or five times the a
Goldsbury Julie, Eddie Arm vard County Commission Thurs of gravity This is quite an
Rehearsals are well under way as the of revamping I I j\
day Importance
fur (the Miniature First Nighter's bruster as Tom, David Webber as county employees' Job descriptions lence. The flesh of your
first production of the season, Eddie, Ben Pecha at Peanut, El- and .>Salaries\ in accordance 1 gan to sag downward, as

three one.act !ghost thriller.com len English as Madame Zola, with local working and lIv. j shoulders began to sag he (
edies scheduled for May 1 and 2 Sherry Sweet as Ann, Becky ing conditions, era on our lap became so
In the Ked Barn at Florida Wonderland Davidson as Judy, Jackie Moore\ we could not lift It.
as Linda, 1likeIannln! :: as George F. Cody, firm consultant 'Pick up your feet, Dill
Frank and Ellen Webber as the explained the company Cowles" said over our
The first play, It's So Peace
Ghost would discuss job duties of most radio." We tried but could
ful", will be directed by Mrs.
Eunice llepner and Mrs, Jackie Members of all three casts are all county employees an to the Our body seemed to be tr>'
Nolin. It has all the old chill.pro striving to perfect their in'lividuul extent of their duties, and recommend uw ra 4 force itself out of the
roles following a recent announcement the plane. This lasted
ducers, the "haunted" house a salary scale which would
pertaining to a fit each particular job title. seconds, although It
(without lights), the mysteriouslyopened
M,.F.N. Awards Banquet at the trifle longer
butcher The entire process, Cody told
door, the missing t !
knife and a spine.tingling climax end of the season in October At the commissioners, would take SY 1 1x Then, our pilot went
The following cast was selected this time, eight acting awards approximately three months and steep climb and reaching
will be presented, four in each a I o sired speed, about GMi gun""I
from M\ F. N. members In would cost the county about $1
the junior division age 6 12: age division: One each for the 300 1I 1* (although he ROCS: by knots
best actor, licit actress best klip- leveled: off and had( the
John Pool as !Mr Drooks Becky
Commissioner Lee Wcnnrr gun"a
and best t a sensation
Mrs Brooks, Eunice porting actor supporting w ever felt We (
Loldslwry as
of the
proponent Job/salary revamping
Datid actress. Members only will be I r suspended in a weightless :
Hepntr as Sue, Tay A
told Cody to approach
eligible for awards. T phere. The camera iti the
lor as Eddie Tim Kelly as Mr. the commission on the matter"later" 3 x f'k
reverse from previous, '
O'Connor, Linda Beach as Bluebeard During the current membership when funds fur the ktur'y(! '- a extremely light and our !
Cindy Cleary as First drive youngsters betweenthe could be included In next year's
tugged at the strap,
Man and Tina Hepner as Second ages of six through high budget. asCONTESTANT lift cff the scat A book, ( ) ,
Man school may join the organizationfor ra'',
on the front of the pilot's
The commission agreed that l i
only 50 cents a year and receive l
Comedy and mystery are an extra bonus of admission the study could be valuable tu the pit, lifted up and began i
superbly combined in the second to all plays during year- (for county, but took no action until tI..or.Ll.a.x back toward us. / ''
play, "Old Ghosts At Home", only 25 cents and proof of membership budget allotments arc made and "Catch the book," Mr/ : :

featuring the antics of two, ghosts: Adults and children Interested until such time as other county asked us, We reached up, : 1
who ore their O'lt-of' thls-world ful to keep hand
obtain further Information officials could participate In the on ; t
may i:
talents to unmask a potential killer by phoning 267-3994. study. camera for fear it, too,
and incited a beautiful young float up, caught the book 1
heiress. Nan Wilson, director, } was just suspended in air.

NFN selected teen the division.cast Peggy from/ and the Jaycees List 2 Area Firms .'h.. > .,.+,,.., nauts"Now feel you," Mr know Cowles how the ',;

llobert Goad portray the lead LIVING DOLL Virginia Friz Carol Keier, PRETTY, HUH! PattI Parker "The only difference is they I

characters:/ Prudence and Horace Get ChartersTen tell, 17.year.old student at Ti year-old sophomore at Titus- junior at Titusville High nine! "G" where you took !; I
Pcnnywhistle along with Nor- New CandidatesCandidates tusville High, plans to be a nurseIn yule High is one of the contest- School, will be one of the several and their period of : 'l' '
ma Clark as Agnes Trevors, the future liut (for the pros ants in the 'Miss Pride" contestto girls competing in the "Miss\ is many hours where yours
Wayne Hudgins as Jim Brewster, for office in the Brevard County firms ent, she would( 1 like to be the be held Saturday night She is Prir'e"! contest She Is 5 feet 8H Just about 30 seconds" ..
Carol Meyer as Mrs. Winston, Junior Chamber! of Commerce, were Issued corporation chart winner of theIiss\ Prir'e contest 5 feet 2 inches tall, weighs 105 inches tall, weighs 145 lbs, and. Yes, we had a darn good '
David Austin as Eddie Winston, who are campaigning for the ers out of Secretary of State being sponsored by Greater Ibs and her figure measure enjoys sewing, painting, writing now( how the astronauts feC'We \
Linda Wicks as Flossie, George election coming noon, are: Tom Adams' office during the I'rlde, Inc. She enjoys sewing mints? are a neat 30 2436. (SA and art work. (SA Photo) approached the

Fitch as John Seymour and Pam President Don Matteson past week and cooking and has figure Photo) strip at Patrick, and we ; .

fooler as Miss Henrietta Plimp and Paul Salisbury; first vice Two of the 10 are from North measurements of 35( .20.36. (S.A ANGEL down. We expected the I '
ton president Dale Freeman and Brevard: Photo) touch any moment but '

The third play, -Ghosts At Midnight" George Arnold; second vice president Co., Sgt Marshall (Continued From Page 1)) Mr Cowles decided to
; Is an original script written Dub Ked and George Genron Construction again, 10 he "gave 'er the .
a 1\1 13 So
and directed by P.arbara Nevin, third vice president 2016) Hopkins Ave., authorized Annual Spring Meet structlons going 'round

Carlson, M.F.N. chairman and Jim Hertztl; secretary Stan stock 3,600 shares of common at Set Pink LadiesThe Resigns Post 'round through our head, Lt.l I
r.eba Parrott, M F.N costume Ewing, treasurer Lee Clay; $2 per share, filed Auril 7, deal-. By Cowles climbed in and was strapped

consultant. A group of teenagersin directors Sam Beddingfield, ing in construction Incorporators Pink Ladies of Jess! Par Chu f W T. Drown announced in the front cockpit and the "Mustangs"COMING
a haunted howe, a stormy Charlie Crurnpton, Don Jones! are C. E Norris Jr. and rish Memorial Hospital Auxiliary that Marshall helmets: were placid! on both our
Sell George
todiY:< :
apparitions during Throdoie II, El lUjj of Titus- ; heads and giving the assurancewe
right, strange Jack Miller, Steve Pat a no, Dave will\ hold their Annual has Ins position at
a ghostly seance what more is Pieribone, Dick Spangler and Al villc and William G, Doltm III Spring General Wetting and resigned t. ( with the Titusville were all bet, we began taxing TOMcCotter
needed for a real chiller? Just be Bender of Orlando. Luncheon at Hennessey Hall of Police police Sat( Marshall has down! the runway, preparing for
cure to hold on to your seats for take off
Canaveral Conversions Corp, the F.r; 't MithodUt Crurch at teen with the local force for the
(the spino.tingling.: cllmaxl! Mem- will Off we went into the wild blue
'tiers of the cast are Connie Sena Parrish Box C63, TituHVille, authorized 1 12 noon Tuesday. Luncheon past eight: years. yonder, climbing high.: Into the Ford
be served before the meeting so
I stock 100,000 at $1 per share, Marshall, who is formerly of sun, to paraphrase the song of
filed April 7, dealing in leasing that the g'lls' who work may Kentucky, said that he plans to the Air force (oops) it was the
I Coffee TomorrowA meet their fellow ?Pink Ladies APRIL 11th!
OsborncPopped of Avlatim engines, parts, air- return to that state where he Navy we were with.
tie luncheon Mrs. Fred S.
planes, rtc. Incmporators/ are at end his brother will go into a We went into a steep climbing

Furniture Co., Inc. eampalpii "Klrk-olf" breakfast James L. Carlile of TitusvilU, Salter, Piesidint stated that piivatj business. bank right off the bat, and we -- ------------ ----
INTERIOR DECORATING Is being( given tomorrow Robert M Porter of Mims and dwurds will be ,Iven. thought if/ we lived through that
to DRAPERIES CARPETS morning for State Senator Bernard K C. Binbow of Cocoa, Guests will be Mrs. Ella Shim- Board Meets TonightThe we could take the rest. We circled A La Manck Salon u always[, near you!
WALL-TOWALL CARPET. Parrish by his friends. PAFB getting clearance to MELBOURNE COCOA ORLANDO-
ING INSTALLATION The vent Is scheduled for the er, Adminstrator; Mrs. N W Ninth Brevard Branch of (fly over the Cape and proceedednorth. DAYTONA BEACH
HOME OF FINEFURNITURE community room of the Citizens Bryan, ChdiriTian' of Hospital YMCA Board of Managers will : Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday

0 DREXEL andPENNSYLVANIA Bank building between Band Undergoes Surgery Board; Mrs Leah Conley, Board meet at 8 o'clock tonight at the Over the Cape, it was our turn Through Friday Saturday 'Til 6 p.m.yj'i' .
It:30 a.m.The Citizens BankAccording to "show of I". Since we worked
Mrs O. D. Mac Callum, Jess Member and Mrs. Virginia
to chairman Bert there for over a year, we were
721 Palmetto 421.1021 public is invited Parrish nurse underwent strl- )Iamb, Director of Nursing McIntosh, the discussion will able to point out the various
New Smyrna Beach ous surgery at Orlando's Orange Phase make reservations by center around budget require points of interest to Mr Cowles, .

Memorial Hospital at 10:00: this calling Mrs. Louis VoptUk Jr, mcnts for 1934:; sustaining charter showing him the Mercury.Atla -
morning. The condition of Mrs. membership drive and the complexes, the Saturn and the
DODGECARS MacCtllum la not known at this Telephone Chairman after five setting: up of a timetable for pro construction work on MILA, In f

time. o'clock at AM 74248 gramming in this area. eluding the VAR building, and the
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,;I Nosing Around I Star*Advocate

(By Bob>> Hudson) The Vole of 2S.COO) North Brnard County Resident

It'i getting to be that time of though the 'teller" was mixed Ei a ,, Rt
the year the time of the year Section B TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY. APRIL 11, 1964 Pig 1-B
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up.An --- ---- -
when self-styled "Mullet\ Wrap-
any rate, Mickey\ Mantle
peri" begin to appear wears No. 7 (Lyle Duff called They Attend Kickoff Breakfast At Moose Lodge
You see, it'. election time and this bit of information in by 4

some candidates use this method p.m. Friday). And we all know

of getting themselves before that Mickey I isn't retired one bit

the public.So particularly: do opposing pitchers Women Aid Cancer DriveThe

soon-perhaps even this In the American League real

week-you'll be getting, at your ize it.

Iront door, the latest copy. It also appears that Selby
There's no doubt what candi Bailey doesn't want his know 1964 Cancer Crusade In Mrs. Ray Massa, Captain; Mrs I'rii.sadi'rs :Mrs M I L. lJowanII !Uiulolph

dates they'll be "knocking" and ledge of the Yankees challenged.: North Brevard was launched George Barley, !Mrs. Charles Mrs Bill Feasan. Captain; Nelson. MrI I) r spunl
Saturday following a kickoff Mrs Marjoric) Brady. Mrs Stella William KiKcins. Mr. lacker
what candidates they'll be pro. He called: up the person who toldus Armbruster, Mrs. Alfred Pritch.
breakfast at the Moose\ Lodge in Zirnfus and Mrs.: C. II. Avery, Mrs.: Chants HauKinMI >
moting. That was set weeks ago. the story and said: "Don't you ard Mrs. Jack Horton( Miss S.
.- Mims. t'rus..ulers.I! Freed. Mrs :Norman P(M i i' Vis
The new "Mullet Wrappers", remember I told Di.Maggio
you Pritch-
11. Mrs. James
,|which are familiar to North Brej.vard wore No. 5?" The "teller" did Spearheading this year's drive Mi's! Slcvman. Captain; Mrs. Jack irings, :Mrs i IJ h ( i innler
): residents, will be in remember it then and so informed are the four area Beta Sigma urd. Mrs. Robert Willis, Mrs.\ O\.i T wn>cnd. Mrs! Betty Whci-l- Mrs Ilm.H!! 1 Del)l'II"I' I IMn ,

;;Vdilfcrent colors: -so they don't us Saturday morning.So Phi chapters, under the chair- Harry Curl and Mrs\[ Mcssa, Cru t-r :Mr's. Shirley :McClure Mrs. : > nihan MrKarl": I.UN! \
nunbhip of Mrs. Jayhugh B. Mrs. David Schmidt Mrs Don
saders. I'.ftiv and Mrs. Robert
appear to be too near alike. ,
think have It
we we straight Leutwyler, Jr. Cl.iyhounh, Crusaders.Mrs. aM, Zimmerman. Mr\[ Man
But they'll be promoting!: the
candidacy i of four men. now-the famous Jolting Joe Area captains and crusaders: Mrs. Dick White, Captain; Mrs. II. T. McNocly: Captain; Nickancn Mrs. Lawrenri, Wen
wore No. S and it has been retie for the door-to-door campaign/: Nicholas Cruke, Mrs. Donald 1<1 Mrs Robert Mitchell' Mrs 1'efi- 8trr Mrs. Ken Palmer Mr--
"& Frankly it looks like an atItcnipted ed by the Yankees. which got underway Saturdayare Ford, Mrs. Williams Rowley. gy! Gray Mrs. Grvtchcn Mart David. !Marks Mrs :Mark (,
"take over" of county : :Mrs. Theodore L. Johnson, and Mrs Robert EnJlbhIrs: !\ Gu kind Mrs. Limnii' Watson Mi ,
iTpulitlcs. or at least a start. In scheduling picture taking Mrs. Karl Banks, Crusaders. Kmii. Mrs. Sue Stiles Mrs. Jess. !'. jone Ri>llmj, :Mrs It I
From what we hear they want. XI Delta Mu 4y
assignments, we never have any Mprvkmn Miss Terry O'N'c.il: S
w Spi'ncrr. Mrs. Donald Wilfrrt! ,
Theta Omicron
ed to include a fifth candidate
"but haven't been able to get him trouble around the StarAdvocatein Xi Delta Mu Chapter is in Mrs George: VVucrnc-r. and Mrs. !ills I'at Stlirchlrt Miss\[ Jean

Vjbor enough and keep him that trying!: to find a photographerto charge of canvassing the Whis Theta Omicron Chapter will be Jean Ilccklomoscr: Crusaders. Griffin( Mn. William II l.uvrk M
take "beauty" shots. pering Hills and South Titusville in charge of the Indian River Inn.( Mrs. W W. Davis and Mrs
way. The weather is getting warmer residential districts. Mrs. Bill City to Bellwood district under Eta Eta Frank P. Roof.
and thoughts turn to beauty their Area Co-Chairmen, Mrs. Mrs Hugh: Wkkcr, Eta Eta
fe Word from city hall-this work Duggan is area chairman and Nu Phi, Mu .
contests. The Pride contest is her and their crusadersare Bill Sleeman and Mrs. II. T. Me- Chapter is area chairman: of thr NOW IlEMDlJKLKD Rogers .wnei and operator
<.going on in beautification of the coming up shortly and so dates captains follows Neely.- The Captains and workers Gardendulc and Titusville residential :Mn. Neal Crlfflth and I :Miss\ of Ho t'i-h Outboard Sales and Service, announces that his

city is a program of cooperation are being set up to take picturesto as : are as follows: districts! Captains for Doris! Hooker, urea chuiniu-n lor building located on Garden Street, has been completely

(between the city Garden Club promote the contest Mrs. John Flynn, Captain; Mrs. Mrs Grant Calloway, Captain; Mrs. Wicker are Mrs. Oordan the :Nu Phi Mu\( chapter are In remodeled. He has conducted his business there for the

Jind Pride. We have five people availableto Lacy Ramer, Mrs. Walter Jacko- :Mrs Carolyn Phillips, Mrs. Billie Beeson, Mrs. Charles Burncttc, charge! of canvasMnu! thu South past two years and recently remodeled to keep pace with
9 And the results are beginningto take pictures-one: woman and wire, Mrs. J. W. Clark Mrs. Griffis. Mrs. Janice Lanouc. Mrs. A. J. Dean. Mrs. M. E. Harmon Lake Village Mims and( Scottsrnnor the growing area. Rogers stated that he has a complete

show-the fine "triangle" four men. Guess what? When the Gerwig, Mrs. If. L. Barr, Mrs. Mrs. Donald Stanley, Mrs. Agnes Mrs. him II. Hazen, Mrs. areas. service department and also, as a special service, offers
jjhust, south of American Oil Stallion call comes in, the four men are Gerald Hooks Mrs. E. M.\ Hagler. dcGerald. Crusaders. William Holm. Mrs. Jack Hurst Captains/ for their ur tree pick up and delivery. Me has well known brand of

the palms and other plant. anxious to volunteer and it windsup Mrs. S. L. Porter, Mrs Lloyd Mrs. William Myers Mrs. !Mrs. Iuz! Patterson, Mr., (:ciry\ both engines and boats and is well stocked with both at

lngs in the Islands north of the with a flip of the coin or Corley, Mrs. E. Carlin, and Mrs. Mrs. Harold Fuller, Captain; Thomas Parker, Mrs. II. C. !Morgan: Mma! :Margaret Hcnsli-y, all times.--(S-A Photo).
overhead pass. something."All Davis, Crusaders. Mrs. Maurice Martin, Mrs. R. Pierce Mrs Don Swaine, Mrs. Miss Toby Evans and Mrs. Phil
Work has started on the four Hanson, Mrs. Helen O'Mara and William Tyler! !Mrs.\ Buddy White Sellers.
t I get to take now is build Mrs. Bill Lehtio, Captain; :Mrs. Sybil lIa milton, Crusaders.
corner parks at the intersectionof and Mrs. John Robinson. Crusaders! for (this area are Materials Exhibit Set By Board
ings, proclamation: signings, and Mrs. Doris Jeffers, Mrs. Mrs. DaUd Campbell, Captain;
Washington Avenue and Bre- Working under the Captainsare Mr J. D. King, Mrs\ Cyril MeLvndon. -
check: presentations, one re Pauline Marsh\[ Mrs. Bink Grif- Mrs. Royal Elmore, Mrs. Settle
vard Street. marked.So ris, Mrs. Marie Vcvera, Mrs. Mrs. John Mitchell, Mrs. Rose the following: Crusaders: Mrs. William Duff. Mrs. Drevard County School Board The exhibit is open 1 to< the public .
Now, a problem is going to Mrs. J C. Patterson Mrs. E. C. Hubert HI' come: up in that area-and the you see the "great" decisions Teresa Roman, Mrs. Shirley Israel, Mrs. David Sanborn, !Mrs\ Young! Mrs. Alvin Ormiiiton. man. !lira William Kimblc, Mrs. l.i announcing a second: curriculum : It will be open( from 1 to 9
problem should be solved at this that face photographers Simonet, Mrs. Dorothy Shipe, Victor Armstrong and !Mrs. and instructional! materials
Mrs. H. G. UenZl'nhnr'rIrs.!\ :Niki Ileville, fir,. Brenda Cooper p.m.The
time. Mrs. Tody Bell, Mrs. Barbara James Crum Crusaders. Paul Acres, Mrs. John (Gaines Mrs. Sally RolJl'rtsIrs.! J. exhibit to be held Thursday newest of Instructional

It's the problem of the patronsof "When are you going to have Terhune Mrs. Cerile Grinde. and Mrs. L. Andrew Young, Cap Mrs. Lamar Carver Mrs. Alien V. Pn'vattIrs.! Sharon Brown, April 18, at the National Guard materials will be displayed! ) by
a drive-in restaurant using at your official ground breaking?" Mrs. Tourney, Crusaders.Mrs. tain; Mrs. William James, Mrs B. Rorvik, Mrs. John Cro rr. Mrs. Diane) Robinson, and Miss many publishers and manufact.
Paul Krone Martin and Mrs. Armory in Cocoa urers.
the caller asked. Captain; Tom Nancy
least one of the four corner: park Mrs. Donald Phillips, Mrs. PaulA. Sharon Oault.
Mrs. W. E. Mrs. Paul Hook, Crusaders.
and "For what" answered. Cardmel Elsie ------------
areas for parking, meetings we Houston, Mrs. McDan- ---------
Estrada, Mrs. Paul Cornelius Anyone wishing to make a contribution .
their trash. "Quit kidding me, for your !Mrs.\ Willie Risner Captain; iel;
Mrs. AI Cory, Mrs. Ford Hack to the 1K4! Cuncer Crusuilo -
think it's about new building, of course", the Mrs. Eleanor Falser Mrs. Mau\(
Frankly we caller remarked. er, Mrs. W. R. Duggan, Mrs. Oscar Mrs. Travis Lovet, Mrs Eugene may mail it to I' O. Box MONEY !
time the city "cracked down" on : Mrs. Marion Wo
Futch, Mrs. Robert Evans, reen Signorelli : Wojewoda, Mrs. Mariann.i 1178 Titimillc, or call the Cru-
this of The four "We're not going to have mack, Mrs. Bob and _'
type use. corn : : a Pickering:
Mrs. William Kelley, Mrs. Clar Strlplett !Mrs.\ Theda !M.\ Rajjin. sade office In the old St. Teresa s
deeded to the city ground: breaking-we're Mrs. Weinhold Crusad For Extra Fast BORROW. .PAYMENT!
ers were just goIng
ence Wunder, and Mrs. Law. !Mrs. Rosa Threlkclil. Mrs.\[ E. A. Rectory lit 2671!&() .
many years ago, with the stipu to get it going as quickly as rence Mason Crusaders. ers. Dalke Mrs. Frank Huhinscr. All church women in thu North SERVICE. ? :$300.00 g: g $11.79Phone t .J;
lation they be used for park purposes possible so we can: get in It as t
!Mrs.\ Sam Barr, Captain; Mrs Mrs. John Johnson! Jr.. Mrs. 13-rcvard area are Invited- to attend V 267-4331 $450.00 $26.23 J
quickly: as possible, Mrs. Scandrett,
Woody Captain
only. we an ; ,
Sue Barrowman, Mrs. Ida BUck! Duane Clark, !Mrs. William 11.) a meeting Tuesday eveningat $600.00 $14.39
swered.So LOIn Up>> To $400. ,
Mrs. J. L. Knight, and Mrs. Bcr-
And we think this stipulation ley. Mrs. Jewell Bradfield, Mrs. McClures !Mrs Fred Futch, Mrs. 8 p m. in the Citizens Rank
should be enforced. went the conversation about dett V'anscoy: Crusaders.
Betty Bryant, Mrs. Carol Can. Whitchorn, Mrs. James Wilson, Community on Can
The current program of beautification the new Star-Advocate building. !Mrs. Terry Lanaris, Captain; non, Mrs. Bertha Crocker, !Mrs\ Mrs Richard Clay, Mrs. Gerald, Cl'rill be shown.qd; of the four corners: Yes, it is underway', after several Mrs. Ed Norman, Mrs. Dennis Katheryn Drohan Mrs. Joyce: Erickson, Mrs. James Amos, films Uf.CfcanijVl( Barr of (Company

should be sufficient to stop this months ot making proper Koontz, Mrs. Jesse Childre, Mrs. Griffith, Mrs. Margaret Marcum, Mrs. Charles Morgan, Mrs: HonI Tltusvlllo wll'all! | w r. the group's() 344 >. WASHINGTON AVB. TITUSVILLE
unauthorized use -W.,have noth. .iinaacing arrangements, negotia Henry Spahr, Mrs Harry Paths, Mrs. Gladys Holder, Mrs. Elizabeth aId Hose; questions, r'- ,. fW '\t
ing against the firm, whose customers Crone, etc. Mrs. Joseph McAdams, Mrs. T. Meldrum, Mrs. Barbara I __ ..,, '-

use the park except that A bulldozer. started moving S. Henshaw,'Mrs. Granville Goad, Monhollen and Mrs. Janet Klers- .
we do think they are taking advantage some dirt on Friday and other Mrs. Robert Waterrose, Mrs. tead, Crusaders.
of a taxpayer-owned fac work continues today. Coleman Burke, Mrs. L E. Nail,

ility. We're looking forward to its Mrs. John Coburn, Mrs. Charles Mrs Jerry Horn, Captain;

Let's clean this situation up, construction: and moving into the Blalock, Mrs. Lundy and Mrs.II. Mrs. George Baldwin, Mrs. Gall

okay city hall? I new facility. E. Bumback, Crusaders. Rollins and Mrs. Homer Hcidlcr, CH EVROLETmakes

We'll take no credit for it, but
,,c'lI have to admit it appeared

Iln this column-the story about

fjoe Di lagglo's retired Yankee 0 O I
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I baseball We printed number.the information asSit all types of quality trucks

was told to us seems as

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Training F.ellltl"' ... SO CUAN No toot,no fumes no black. IN ilamor-ttybd with the "buflUn
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SO SAW No open BUM. No eoMUatbuminc -
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U automatic control,a modem.Uctrlorni : worry-frw and duUpnxtf. _
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Have A Regular Page 2-B ___ntutvlll, (Florida) Star-Aclyon e Monday, April 1), 19641'I' -
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Health Checkup, '\ .

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Haney Advises"Your -"

best insurance against
possible sc.riouj (Illness; is a re
.rlr:I:: medical examination" Or
T Paul Haney of the Brcvardrounly COUPON
Health Department laid
today I: COUPON Sgggg .

'. Many conditions such as cancer a
heart disease, TB, diabetes i SWISH
and eye disorders cast their
shadows before them in advance 01 w+ tHaI Reg. 39c Plastic UQUIM

of any obvious symptoms f Ii J Bottle of Popular

As one example 12 percent of Swish Detergent .
all blindness in the United State
0 Limit S with toU" Ih.ou.h W./ 4/n .
i Is duo to the eye disorder ilmpla:
glaucoma (in over 30.000 poole ?n.rnenmatcrratnrethaIISa3anmanmara
} ), and an estimated 1,000,000 COUPON
people are afflicted but do not I
know it. Most victim are over 1 REAL KILL
(01 ty and show no symptoms until
serious loss of vision has oc Reg. 79c Full Pint
curred. But glaucoma can be f Bottle All Purpose C
"easily detected! and serious complications s Insecticide with 44
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A regular medical checkup by Limit I with COU" tII..u.h W.... 4/1S
doctor detect PARADE OF HARMONY This 13: the Canaveral Chorus of the Greater p.m. Front, row, Jeft to right: Jack McElfresh, Don Smith, Muriel Berry
your own disorders can in Canaveral Chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragementof Wes Kerby,'{Terry Erickson, Carl Wolary Jerry Tritto. Back row: Duane
many unsuspected Barbershop Quartet Singing in America, Inc (SPEBSQSA), which Pickleheimer Ed Smith. George Bovie Bill Schriner, Charles Harrison, COUPOIJy
time to them from becoming
prevent performed with other barbershoppers in the 1964 Parade of Harmony at llm Hanronhan, Mac McCoy. Russ Morrison I i
particularly serious Health Important checkupsare for the Cocoa High School Auditorium last Saturday night, April 11, at 800: BOWL Deodorant

children and those over forty
It is wise for women over Future Secretaries I I Reg.
thirty.five tojiaye an annual examination To MeetThe Block on'0"J I 1I C
for i possible cancer In Wire Hanger R
the female system.. If discovered Titusville High School ment Branch, NASA, will speak I
early suckjcanccrs'are, usually v Future Secretaries Association on "Your Interview." Mrs. Limit 2 with coupon thru Wed. 4/15
curable, preventing untold iVill hold its regular! monthly Bertsch has been In the employ
suffering and expense. r // meeting in the Titusville High lit the Federal Government for
Regular health examinations W f ee School Cafeteria tonight at the:: past twenty.one years and COUPON BnorsGnonEgSg
also provide a good opportunityto 7 pea has served with NASA at Pat
check on the need for Immunizations Mrs. Mary Dertsch, Person rick Air Force Base since October I3IN lOlL
that can prevent nel Staffing Specialist Recruit 1902
several discasr** as well as .1J I Reg. 15c-1 01:. con
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proper advice on. diet and; a Popular 3 In 1 All 8 jC a
$ purpose household oil
If something:wrong, you will SkilletSPECIAL
be ahead of the game to catchit I Limit I with COU" through' Wed. o/n
early. If all is well, it is always -
good news to receive a
clean bill of health lC41re


Now AvailableThe ROAD-E-O WINNERS-These young lad their hands choosing the winners. Above TBONESTEAK r of Reg.Famous 17e toll Comet can 11 C 11

ies were the winners at the recent Jaycee, are from left, Sheeler, as he presents the Household Cleaner ,
1964 edition of VA Fact Teenage Road-e-o held at Parkway School awards to Donna Parker, 1st place winner; ] I ]
Sheet IS-1, "Federal Benefits for with cars furnished by McCotter Ford and I Brenda Mason, 2nd place winner; and Margaret Limll 1 with ewnn tAeugh Wd. 4/IS_ _
Veterans and Dependents" is Faulk Chevrolet. Charles Sheeler, chairman King, who won third place. The rrrtrl7 mt, mtmt .,;
now on sale at the U S. Government of the Road-e-o, said there were mariy,\ 'r fthree girls are students at Titusville High..4
Printing Office In. Washington entries and the judges had a bigt Jo ni r81 \. : .' (S-A Photo). ..ti4 COUPON.
D. C. t rt Office 'In St. ---- 'r,".- $ 09 i
Petersburg. p .J FILLER PAPERReg.
This booklet all ?hajor 1 ... \ .. 1 1With
R benefits available Ito U. S. veterans Col. W. H Boshoff, Veterans %**,**. . . .4IIi( I I We-350 count

explains for veterans Eligibility or their requirements County Service, has Officer a stock for of these J "WE CAN ANSWER YOUR PHONE 2 .: 5 notebook hole punch paper 49C
dependents and describes the
hand French Fries,
pamphlets on for distribution
benefits and where. application "to' $ ? When You Can't. 40fYou limit 1 with c.u" through' W... 4/IS
to( Veterans in Brevard ,
should be made. :/ get more calls and more profit {ftA Lettuce & Tomato
County without cost Veterans .
A single copy may be purchased .
from the printing office for may come to his office in person ,LL.u 0 ___ COUPON _.__--,,
1 IS cents. Organization or individuals at 317 Washington Ave., I .. Oc-. r1 TUMS FOR THE
desiring copies in Titusville\ or may send a TUusYllle: Area Cocoa & Cocoa Beach TUMMIEm I
quantity may obtain discount stamped addressed envelope to' '
rates, Rufus H. Wilson, Manager, him at P. O. Box 232, Titusville A 267-5530 638.7031. PIrtle Plaza Titusville Reg. 12c roll
Veterans Administration Region- and the pamphlet will be mailed. 'IBO0, e e0 e00 .Q for acidstomach 2 F 12 C .
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Monday, April 13, 1962 M Tltmvllle .
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Sheriff's Report I .

Reflects Busy MarchAs MonthThe !N-ug: S1avThg '1

Erevard County Sheriffs ; ...; : :: .,
Department made 413 arrests ,
during the month of :March, SerIf .
: Leigh Wilson's activity! r<,port rl
shows. Penny-Saver Limit 2 Please\

Other activity revealed in the p C Sarasota Brand Chipped Beef, Ham or
report includes: 117 warrants* B LEA C H 'I 0
served, 5135 contacts made, 1,14:1: O O O >i" Turkey 3 J-OI, 99'
civil papers served, 5 stolen can r . . . pkgs.
recovered, 490 assists to motor. Red or Yellow Hawaiian Swift's Premium Bar-B-Q Beef, Pork or

isU traveled The and Department 26 during accidents the investigated month total miles was ______ .0_ UN k! C H 3 46-ot cans. $1)) 9Morton's S.Hced. Ham . . . :pV k,'' 59'Swift's

lisle I is 73.499 and total hours y Iodized Premium Tasty
worked at 6,045.In Plain or '12.01.

a breakdown of the activity, g An. : 26-01, c Sliced Bologna I . pit,. 39 ,
IT 2 27
Agents conducted 317 invest!
eatlons and recovered property' 0 e e pkd.i. Tasty Lean Center-Cut

valul'd'at 2203311. S A dOlen produce rude
Arrests o
by Vice Squad Inclixfcd
I: 3 minors for possession of
alcoholic beverages two arrests Firm Western Iceberg .
for selling alcoholic beverages to 1
minors, one arrest for possession!
of moonshine still and! raw mat. Lettuce 2heads29c 59c
trials, one for selling moonshine,
one for possession of gambling

paraphernalia, one for gambling, ,' EITHER END OR WHOLE
end for conducting a lottery, one 4 I
for larceny of auto and one for '
frequenting gambling house PORK LOINROAST
The Communications teletjpewas ''pU9'
responsible for the recoveryof ;
6 stolen cars, 7 stolen auto
d '
tags: and the location of two mis
sing persons
Identification activity of the
Department Included 196 sets! of ,
fingerprints! taken and 102() crime saaoui h' .
scene! photos. Crime Lab criminal do a
subpoenas! served totaled X)3( )! and ii 4
records checked, 487.
Total jail population for the
month was 393 persons! for a total !
of 2.668 prisoner! days an aver b3CPRICES
age of 86 persons per day the retort
shows with $1.022 expended
for food at a cost of 30 cents per
person per day.
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Tax Take Todate EFFECTIVE 1' 1r "

MON., TUES, WED, rdei ri4b
Exceeds Last APRIL 13, 14, 15, 1964 ; fi $4f rl ..

Year's Total ,l r r'o

Taxes collected on cigarettes
and alcoholic beverages duringthe n
first nine months of this fiscal ,
year exceed total collectionsfor
the full 12 month of last year, ,
according to Stale Beverage Dir "'
ector Richard 0 Keating (
The Beverage Department has "
thus far collected 91595220.11, ffnifj specials o *
more than $2 million above collections .
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for fiscal year 196263. ta
The monthly report from the Sweet or Buttermilk y 1.
Beverage Department shows ,
March collections reached $$10 Pillsbury's Biscuits ; _ ,, ,
40642288, an increase of 4026
per cent over the same periodone 6 reg 49c r"r y,]aeb ,
year ago Cans +4t ,s +
The! present collection trend In. iMn.
dicatcs tax collections from the
sale of alcoholic beverages and FilbertsMARGARINE a 4e+ I ,
cigarettes will reach the $120
million figure by the end of fiscal .
I year 1963-64, Keating said!
The $269976755 collected last 2 1-lb. 49c
month from the sale of liquor ctn. ,
shows a 36.90 per cent rise over
March of 1963; beer:! tax of $2,.
04438336 is up 2574 per cent,
wine, $59963451, up 3172 percent fl'o cJI foods
; and cigarettes, $483375972jumped .
5121 per cent. Other

miscellaneous collections makeup Minute Moid Frozen ____
the balance of the month
collections, the Director cxphin ORANGE JUICE

ed.The amount of taxes: collected
each month makes the State Bcv 3 tans99c
crage Department the second
largest contributor to the State 1
General Revenue Fund, Keating Patio Combination


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4-a TlWgrlll./fkrldap( } fur Advocate Monday, April 13 to of ,
required serve a copy
eitate. right ,
claiming any >
'I MMONC AND NOTICE Or nIT; Marl\ Morello Ole E. Nebo 1..1.Nal.oa. "
v The STATE: OP FLORIDA TO.: U. F. Flemlnc,, Loll L. Mlle or Intereit In, or Hen upon the aniwer upon Plaintiff, allornal
described real property whose namea are annexed. to .II, .
FLORIDA INDIAN KIVKH LAND Fleming Nathan ttaundere, Ella
MISTER BREGER STAR ADVOCATE'S ;. COMPANY: a corporation; former "Saunders' William F". Richard situate In Urevard County Florida, Nonce April 1M4 OB .or and before to file th.laid 3<>lh day I
director C. W. E!: L. L JOT T. Maud\ L. Richard, N. Haunderi. to wit: amu .
T J. PUC8COTT: UEOItUk; Dora Saunders, O. L. Bennett and Th 8 M of Lot 24 In Section 32Townihlp with the Clerk of the Circuit d,,,,,?, t
N. URIC, M U, LILHTY: Sadie Uenln.av.ally and r..pectlvely .. 29 South Range aa East;, for Hrevard! County Florida, at I Ituavllle
( rfx rRP A< : Crossword Puzzle LEON H. LUIZKAUX: WILLIAM deceased or otherwise, Th* B 4 of Lot 30 In Settlon 83Town.hip Florida. therein aettlnK ,
: ( \ ; MILL\ !!:", JOHN HlHKNX. C. T. a ""ilU"., heir.. dnl...... legatee.. l 29 South Hangs an Bant, the eilate right title or Wiui-ont I 111,
i' : WR" WOJ KOOKKS, and STANLEY: LICH ........, assignee. llenore c..d- The W Vi of Lot T In Section SJ or lien upon the above demrli ,
\ f :
f IV of 'Iorl RAY' i ACROSSS.. 308 In a 21. Certain Company: a uliaulvvd torporatlon.JOHN '. the property I Involved In tbli The W !, of Lot 12 In Me'tlon S3 which Judgment will be end" rgaIn.t i
n McKAV. CATHKKINK I Me-\ suit and hereinafter deicrlbed: all Township 29 South Range 38 East, you and each nf y,,u r.,.
horsesfrom 1H!
i W : < 1. Pastry year a i< I I KAY ANTICON .MOREI.1,0!: partlee claiming interest a. grant- The E 4 of Lot 21 In Section 113 title of the case I I. Jalmar.' I IPminuff.
S0'cI 8. Stylish DOWN N I 'Q MAKIA MORtLLO.!: OLE! E. NELSON : eon. assignee.. Ilenors. creditor.. Township 29 South Range 31 Kait; ,, vi. Florida. Indian Iii,
g. Hue 1. frog the t.l\r, ;\ JOSIE NELSON: E. F. truRle., 'ucce'ol' In interest or All ai shown on the plat of FlorIda I Land ('em ptny et. nil., Defend, !", .
10. A Great 2.Too Near.A" I JoL1'iINO. LOIS L. )FLEMING other claimant by through, underor Indian River Land Company WITNESS: my hand and the .'01] f
n T ...In., River thereof recorded laid Court at Tltuivllle, Hori ,
NATHAN 8AUNDEIUJ.:1.111&': Florida Indian accnrdlnc to plat
; i Lake 3.Nonsense! East) 5'S A i ./1 thin 2Rtb day nf March, 1964 ( ,
/ KAUNDEK8, WILLIAM F. RICHAHDH Land Company, now or formerly a In Plat Book I at page 168 of the 'I|
12. Speed Clover 22. Citrus 'T .. ) a1 t MAUD L. KK.IIAKUS. N. corporation; all peraona having or public record of Urevard, County, TIt! K. BARNES ai Clerk of .
13. Goddess ofpeace 5. Backbone fruit .lIlf'" I .S KAL'NDKR.f.' DOHA SAUNDERS, claiming, any Intereat In the land Florida.' Circuit Court abovi-itylcd. by n.1, ,
Injure 23. Sprinkle alts : 0 I. L. HhNNKTT. and rlADIEIlKNNETT !: herein' deecrlbed the place of real- The HE '4 of the 8W *.+ of the Hall ai Deputy Clerk Circuit (rHcnl ,
: r ? I : severally and ri.*i>eo deno. of each of whom Ii unknown; NW '41 of Section 35 Tuwn.hlp :2*! .) JOHN D,, CIIEPAHD! ;n ,
Or. myth. Anger 24. Norse I n" I "N, r h lively If IIvln<<. and If dead all all pel-tone claiming any eitate.rldht. South lUnge 37 Knit: and "'HH'PAIU). HIIKPAI'.D! ft MINi :
14. Fun 8. Kind of god t. h parties clalmlnir<< InlrriHtii under former title or Interest or lien upon Th. IIW ".. of the 8W '. of Section 114 llarrlaon Street Cocoa Pl nAttnrneya ..
15. Fountain' buildingblock 26. Kind ; director C W. Elliott!: T. JFremott tue real property herein iiHavriwuuor 84 Township 29 South Range for Plnlnllff
17. Cent: of T''erd''tp.b. ;' Ueone<< N. llr...... (I. D. any purl thereof Defendant, 88 East: Mir an Apr. 6, I'l. 20 (IMon) IMl

9. Mandarintea I.lchty, Leon 8. Lot ueuuv, VMIIIarnAllllir GKEKTINGBs:: : Ynu are hereby notified Lot 10 and 11 In Block 2 and Lot
abbr. 33. Hallowed \ John Loreni C T Kiiunn, that a Comnlalnt In quiet title SO In Block 3 of 8hailowlawn No ADDING MACHINE HULLS only
18. Painful 28. Letter 34.Hades: and Slunlcy it. Lli'hty of Florida hat been brought In the Circuit 1. according to plat recorded, Pint
pot 11. Mesh-fabric 30. Defeat Old Eng. > Indian River Land Company, a cllaoUed Court for Brevard County Florida Hook 3 at pogo 5 II of the public record lie eacn at the Star'aovocery I
.... 19. Grampus 31. Inquire 33. Affirmative. cnrnorntlon. John M-Kay aa Chancery, Cane No. 27877 sguloetyou or Krevard County Floridaami ] ,
ConjuncUon t t.
.. Catherine McK. '. Anthony M irello Office
and each nerebv
) of you and agalnit ill you and each or you arc
-. 20. Sea 13.A short 32. ThatchIng reply n, r
northeast distance 87.Pinch

......... t of Germany 19.Eject material;: 39.Crushingh WILLYOU BPoNO I/ THERE ISNT' (- BUT THERE !

4.13 23. Song for 20.Kind of fly Haw. snake' THE WASTTBASKETFRCW j ( ANYTHING IN IT/ ; ., SHOULD I

T two people I j. i Ii 6 7 13 n CHIPS ROOM d Bi"/
.., 23. Type of bay p I IX
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26. Moldy : : $ MEN ARECOMING y -

27. Press down I IL I / er ( -
tightly :

28. A wheel 1+ 15' I. I 17

... of the for a chair
"The secretary will now read the minutes 29. Exist 18 Ig

next meeting 30.: Mark on

'" the skin 1tJ 21 I 21 7 Z5 24 en
81.Wife ofShamash

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Landers 33. Exclamation J.l 28
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rational 31 32 3 56 a DONTCARRV \ /WHAT REALLY HURTS

e ",, 33. Dwelling I : LETTER w ON SO, Hi' V IS THAT I FELL FOR

:.. ; Bathtub Only Ring '0. Mends asa 31 & 9 ? G E55 I IT COULDN'T' A THE SAME JOKE I
i \
41. Actors'parts 4Q I STAMP Ir!

Dear Ann Landers! : Our We are an average family 42. Rod for j 4 ._ ASOUJ / I

f daughter Sarah is 27 years old. with an avciage mcome. We live meat roasting I II

She has a good job as secretary in an average!: house and drive 413

{ to an exeeati\e in a shoe fact an :average car. We taught our understood, but I don't buy it. NOTICE: or 1I.\Lt II I

children to swim fish hunt, Notice I. hereby liven pureu.nl
ory. For the past four years They may gripe, buck for more to a Frmtl. Decree .f foreclo.u.

***Mahe has bear coins with a fellow( bowl, golf skate and dance.We' freedom or rebel against authority dated April U, 1M4. and entered I In

iwto works there as a foreman.I e taken them picnicking, But so what? Every kid cull Channel Court Caee of the No. Z78-Ninth of the Judicial Cli- 1 I

I will call him Ralph although I'ampinll. on sight-aecing! trips tests. Every kid feels for( soft Circuit rlorma: ,In wherein and for FIRST Vrevard FEDERAL County

that It not his name In fact tiedoesn't and given them everything they spots. Every kid vies for posi BAVINUS AND LOAN AHIAT1UN :: ( 4

work at the factory need. Yet, ever since they Plaintiff end OK ROGER HAMMONTON!: HHANKLK.to I

I either I Just' rut that in to dil.1. learned to talk all we have heardis tion.At times all parents feel they and MAKT1IA W. SHANKLK:, his
.1.' wife, are Oefendanle, I will sell. to
'guNe him In: case this letter "But all the neighbor kids are failures, but your letter con the highest and beet bidder for cash

shows up in the paper. have nicer bikes, better guns, tains no( sign of failure only a at the front door of the Brevard HOW DID \[ ITS QUITE I JUST PAINT
County: Courthouse In Tltuivlllellrevard
\ Ralph lives in a rooming more spending money. report of their gripes. You County e'lorlda l at 11-iM) IV ,
o'clock A.M.. on the 17th day i of THIS LATEST SUCH AN ABERNATHY
house He cornea: here for dinner Now it's "But all the other sound HI if you are unquestionably April 11)64) the following, dc.crlhod PAINTING II'1CERTAINLY UNUSUAL

three nights a week and kids can go steady. I'-m always in control And when par property Decree to a.-witt Ret forth 10 raid Final OF YOURS IS EFFECT AlCtt

-- uses our bathtub! He says it the first one) to leave a ents are in control the childern Lot 6. Block N, Howe Gardene.
Section Ii, Brevard County, Flor.
is almost impossible to get into party. Everyone has more fun fed secure. They know their .Ida. at prr Plat thereof recordedIn DIFFERENT. ja

the bathroom at the rooming than Ida." parents love Uiem; enough to Plat Uook 13: Pane 84, Public ps. -
Records of llrevard County,
house. When he does get in, You might ay they ire just keep an eye on them and to insist Florida "'

Here is no hot water. spoiled, but how did they get on decent standards of con- (Court Curlls'e,1)It. Barnes :I: I{.vuE51 5D6fwAYtYi ( I

mind he that way? We take them to duct. CLERK: OF- THE CIRCUIT
We don't except nevI COURT -

er cleans the tub after he uses church regularly, insist on By B rtle 11.11Deoutv _

week nights for study, and set Ann Landers will be glad to Clerk :
it. Once my wife placed a can Apr. 6. U. 80. 2T' tIN
the their allowances at a reasonable help you with your problems.
of securing powder risht; in THE': ('OUR? OF THIS': lll'STV :
middle of the tub, but he didn't minimum. They can have the Send them to her In care of this JllXih.: BKK' A Itl I> COINT1:'

occasionally but always HT.4TK!: OF" ri.OHIUt." I COMING RIGHT UP CONFOUND ITl I HAD
take the hint. car we newspaper enclosing, a stamp, IN PROBATEIn
know where they are, and with ed sel/-acfdresdfd-envelope. re the Entate: of: .1 TIMEFORDESSERT MR.ABERNATHY! THIS IS GETTING CHOCOLATE AONOTONOUSj
.i .W. wouldn't ,f are-ii .we wereitre'Ralph fcLKANOK; ; TKIE8C1IMAN SI COd DUDLEY CAKE
w om. Yet they seeft\ discpn-\
: was going to ".marryur GrYT Dec..aaed. LAST NIGHT]
{ tented misunderstood and dissatisfied NOTICE TFVTION.Ti) FINAL NOTICE! '
Sarah, but tie hasn't propos HM.itrrH: / 'l'rIOl'f! NAMK': Notice la hereby given that the htvU2 Ae 'II
with their In compllancentflth House Bill No
parents. I I undersigned will I on the day.of
v,4ed to her even though he never 1175. Chapter: Number 200M. Law ofPlerlda : Slbl Al /t
Why? -, TilE FAILURES Ac-U of 1yUthe May A U. 1964. preaent to the I t 1 3
< undemlfed ,
takes out anyone else. What do Honorable County judge' of Brarard
Deer Friends: I refuse to call will renleler faith I the Clerk of County, Florida:. > hla I final; return, account -
;; think? the deems <' M Brev.rd '
1 .. yoU WEDDING euel County'
: and vouchers a a Kxecutor of
failures because, I don't believe Florida, \JJo of of
you Mipl proofpubHCatfof
BELLS WANTED Serf OiftM fo' the Estate of ELEANOR! TRItBCH-; *
,, notice, the 'd I AIo
you have. failed., There la fowln MAN. ileceaaed and at aald time, t
Dear belle: I'm afraid the only flulltloue name, towill"Tllu.vlll. then and there, make application to
no such animal as a perfect Hardware Co. under r i ,& ,
the said Judge fur a final eeltlemnnl a e a I
ling Sarah will ever see is the which we, ari-ana-Hired In bililnroi. i
of hit admlnlatratlon of old eetate. ,
because there
parent are no
per Tltuavllte
at Flnrlda. and that theIntereeted
ore Ralph leaves around the and for an order cllncbarilnf him
unde..rnell. the
are only persons
fect people. .a such Executor.Dated .
I In lil builnena.Dated .
thin the 2nd day of April,
tub.A You have Invested a great at Tltuevlllii Florida, this AO. 11W4 414lt
doesn't go steady 30th day of March AD 1904.
deal of time and in Mr, Mrs O. E. Ford
.with a girl four years and not A. executor of the Estate of
Mr. M. II. C. Ford
.. children and believe It bLUANOK: : TK1KHCUMAN8TKN8TROM. :
; declare his honorable Intentions your me, Mar. SJ; 30 Apr 8, 1J .IMon) 1964. Decea.eL,

M. '*- if he has any. Sarah should will pay off handsomely in the ENVELOPES Business Sizes MilNTOHUAltnrnev': DAVIS It ill W"itw MU w Mw.M+w.r

....have a frank: talk: with Ralph long run. Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp for ExecutorP. qix
Your children to O. Box l.Wi:
regarding the future. If he may seem for mainfiff.'Full stock at Star.
Sanford! Florida 82771
r !
be discontented and mis- Advocate _
.t bn't interested in marriage: she _you --- -- AI'". 6. U. 20, i7! (Mon) 1984. 'tter
r r
should if you will excuse the 6 '

expression pull the plug: on ,


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Monday, April 13, 1q62 Tltvtvllle (Florida) Star Advocate Pile S-1 line fashion). The highlights tf Tides -t'

. the trip were the three calves the High Low Secrelary Of Slate Tom AdamsTo HAPPY

Indian River South TirusviHo Happenings children were allowed to pet in a BIRTHDAYTuesday

slatted pen Mrs Edwin Harper Tuesday, April 14
and Mrs William Ambrose Address RCA Management Club April 14

Room Mothers also enjoyed the 948; 8 m. 3:43 am Mrs. Henry Goethe

; : Exhibits 10:28 m 4.Otf James Emery Revels
:; Many In 4-H Show Here field trip. p pm. Florida's Unique Cabinet Outstanding First Term Senator"In Andrew Herndun

Wednesday, April IS System will be the subject of 1957; Florida Agnculluie
Wtbetoi Den Pack No. 310 Sandra Ann DtSmither
an address to bi delivered by Council Award in 1957; Allen/
4 H Art Exhibit And r Sunday was Wcbcloi Day and 10 36 a.m. Tommy Shaw
4:37: a.m.
Florida's Secretary of State Morris award as "Most Valuable
' "'
:, Talent Show was celebrated on Webelo Island, H;:21 p.m 4.5a p.m. Joseph MctzKathleen :
: Tom Adams, at the April meeting Member of Legislature" in
'.. ''
Mrs. Jos, Slaby, chairman of in the Indian River The boys O'Dell
of the RCA Missile Test I'ro.jel.t 1959; Allen/Mortis award in
the 4 U Area Exhibit and Talent played games and had a cook. Dill Duff

Show which was held at River. t'rrlt a out, the boys cooked for the dads nice gifts from her friends and Management Club 1961 and again in 1963 as Most Wednesday, April IS

I', .. view School Friday evening, re a and other adults. family Adams, a native of Jackson Effective Administrator" of a Irving/ A Holder

;. ports that 134 exhibits were Webelos attending were: !Mike t villa became Florida 15th State Agency Russell Vopelak

" shown in all 411 projects Robinson, David Crocker, Robert All from W, Va. Secretary of State when by Other honors include the Flo Hubert Sumler

Judges and helpers were: Mrs English Kenneth McCallister :Mr and Mrs. H V: Hjrper of currying 63 out of 67 t (counties rids State University Gold Key William Daly

Hilda Rchberg Mrs Norah Tipper rI Webelo Leader Harvey D Rob. Maple Place, have had several he was elected in 19til) Prior to in 1961 ; Honorary Doctor's DeKrce Dob Mullis

'tll1n Mrs. Philip falzon Mrs Inson. Guests were: Riley surprise visits from "back being elected to his present office of Space Education from

"l'' Virginia Bohannon, !Mrs\ Lyle McCaffcrty and sons, Riley Jr. home" in the past two weeks he served as a State Senator Dicvarcl Engineering College in Final Landscape

Uulenwater Mis Della Hall, I ?r, and Rickey; Mr McCallistir and :Airs Harpirs nephew Charles from Clay and Baker Coun 1962; Florida Young Democrats

Mrs. V. Mcldrum Mis Mildred f rTt son, Scott: Mrs Beryl Robinsonand Austin from South Charleston tics in 1956.( Award in 1963 as 'States Out

Welly. Mrs. W. P. Dcason. Mrs son Daniel; Jake Flow.. W Va.. Is on a fishing trip with standing Democrat." Session TuesdayNorth
4 and Butch and Kevin heminerling
ers (
P. S Cadwalladcr 4 1 friends staying at Sooastian, and( An outstanding legislator and The son of a prominent attornty '

Also assisting were the (following 4 and Richard Wisby lie came by to see his untie and public servant Adams is the re Adams is a dcccndent of the

Junior and Senior High aunt; Guy Cassel ant family tipunt of the following awards: Adams family of Massachusetts Brevard Landscape ..
and Garden School will hold its
Girls: La Villa !!annum. Miriam Winter VisitorsMr from W. Va., stopped by on their lien/Morris award as "Must Educated in schools of Jacksonville 6th and final
session on Tuesday,
Welly Sheila Capdcvitlle. Rosa and Mrs T R. Coeymait way to Orlando to visit relall.t'li.GuY'1I and Pennsylvania, he attended April 14thMutiny.

; Letsinger, and Talent Nairators from Bolmar, )IS;. J. have bun brother, Walter (Casscl Is the University of Michigan .

Phyllis/ : Maters, Becky Davidson guests at the Kicker home at 2J!)$ :II rs. Harper's brotlurinlaw teller To and the Law Schools of the are held at the

The ENJOY PARTY Rickey Ricker son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Avenue for the winter Dill dandee. a lifelong( friend of University of Honda and University Wliispenng Hills\ Elementary
following is a list of girls!:
Harry Ricker. 295 Byron Avenue, enjoyed birthday all the School in Titusville from 7:30:
receiving Blue a months and are returning to their Haipers in West Virginia of DetrOIt.
I their Ribbons and party recently with several friends. They attended the permanent home in New Jersey now living in West Palmll'al'll./ The Editor to 9.30 p.m. The lecture is of
projects Priscilla Deason, Adams is married the
: and
circus and then went back to the Ricker home for birth soon Shirley Ricker is their slots pmd t lie m a visit re'ceiitty'/ prime importance as it pertainsto
Beverly Smith Susan Schnider, day cake and Left Needless' father of three daughtcis 'electing: plants for landscaping -
ice cream. to right (front row) Rickey, niece. to gay Mr and Mrs Some Omissions
Phyllis. Mattis, Theresa Deason his brothei Gregory,, and Douglas Williams; (back row) Harper come from West Virginia: Jim Judson, Program Chair your home grounds.

i- in Breads; Ann Grenville, Mary Lou (Ivo Dana Williams Robert Morgan and Dennis To Wait Pelm Bach They enjoyed catching up on Editor:: : man, cordially invites ill RCA Also, you may pick up copiesof

Dcidre Thomas, Wannah Reh Surrency -Photo( by B) Jack and Ann Whitakcr and first hand meows of family and I read with interest Mr. !Mel Managers to attend this most inteiciting all\ printed material of pre

berg, Jenny Jeffers Patty their small son Lewis of High: friends hack home in the Mount. vin T. Dixon Article under the meeting which will be vious lectures that you may

Crawford, Lynn Whitehurst, way No 50, went to West Palm amccr State caption "Pensioned vets and held on Tuesday March 14, In have missed. You then will havea

Stephanie Cadwallader, Beverly Beach just before Easter to visit widows urged: to tick advice on the Cape Colony Inn at Cocoa complete notebook on home

Smith, Miriam Welly in Ann aunt who lives there law". Bench Dinner will be served at grounds and their maintenancefor

Child Development; Jeannie Central Baptist Now Two things Mr\ Dixon did not 6:30: p.m., with social hour preceding future use states S. A Rose,

Hannum, Dcidre Thomas, Jenny From Allendtle mention: AsM
Tonight at 7:30: p.m there will County Agent.
Jeffeis Patty Crawford Lynn Mr, and Mrs. John Kennerly of be a Brotherhood meeting at the 1. These pensions are all for

\Vhitchurst t. Stephanie Cad Allendalc( were recent visitors at Central Baptist Church. Tuesday non'service' connected cases

walladtr, Prbcilla Dcason the home of Harold( and Bitty 2. PL 86211 limits outside la
evening at 930; a.m. the Alice I COCOA DIRECTORY I
Donna. Hawthorne, Theresa Mel Whitakcr 251 Indian River Avc Gaventa Circle will meet at the come on a sliding scale. ranging

drum, Pnillis talzon Lois Ann home of Mrs Kay Andre( 1715 from $(>00.00, whereon the old law
Tubes Jane set a fixed $110000 limitation for(
Tipper, Jan Price. From N C. Dunbar Street At the same t'me

Phyllis Maths, Theresa Deason Glenn Reid grandson of Mr. and on the same date, the Genus single: vets and $2700.00 for mar Piano Or"an Guitars AccessoriesY
Gloria Higgenbotham and Mrs. James Reid of 251 Indian '' ricd ones.
La Vina Crinshaw Circle will meet at the HI-FI e
]:annum, Kathleen Mendenhall River Avenue, is visIting'with home of Mrs. Jean Taylor at 213 I agree with Mr Dixson that I 1fJ1J R GibsonStereo Coffin
these VA pensioners! should
in his
Clothing grandparents
; Harrison Street South Titiisvillo
; seek advice the Now Law. tit Records USICSHO: Band
Jeannie Hunnurn Jerolyn Walters BURGESS FAMILY -- Gene and Virginia Burgess and at 2:30: p.m. the Helen Masters However in on this of Social Players J ___*... _".*nor Instrument'
Deidre Thomas, Sheila Cap- their two children, Linda, 12, and Eugene, 13, live at Back Home Again Circle will meet at the home of All Bind
Export Repairs on : Instrument
Security Benefits, and other old
deveille, La Vina Hannum 420 Carlysle Street. They came from Gilbert, West Va., Mrs W. E. Lewis 214 Tusca- 51 S. Altintie Phone SU I-7731 Cocoa Beach
home from threeweeks
Arriving a age benefits a veteran
in Dairy Foods; La Vina Han 13 months ago, where Gene was in the insurance rora Rd.; at 9.30 a.m. on the many
num Electricity; Patty Craw- business Gene has been working with Pan Amer- visit to Jamaica West same date, the Betty !Mills Circle electing to go under the New ------ -
is Mrs Richard R. Law may (find to his cost, thatAesop'
ford, Debbie Campbell, Mclmda ican at Cape Kennedy and Virginia, who taught in will meet with Mrs. Saran -
of 409 W. fable
ner Coquina Avenue of dropping the
Muldouney, Jan Price, Rose West Virginia, is teaching at Coquina School Lina Bates at her home at 10UO John NOVA TRAILER SALES
While in Jamaica, Mrs. Gardner. meat to grab a shadow, is as true
Letsinger La Vina Hannum and Eugene are at Parkway Junior High. Gene likesto son Street; and finally at 7:30: HUNTER 21 Different Floor Plans
visited with her sister who it
re today as ever was
: lo Choose From
hunt and fish and the Florida the Night Circle will meetat
Kathleen Mendenhall Foods; enjoys weather for sides there, and with a friend: p.m. LINCOLN, MERCURY, INC. .
La this Virginia is active in direction of the home of Mrs Nadine W H BOSHOtF rHOSl AV1) PACKWOOD -
Vina Hannum irozen reason plays and whom she met in 1961 when her Lincoln Continent! Lincoln M.I'('ISA NOMtTTK: TITAN -
foods; Dcidre Thomas Gar art at Coquina. She is a PTA director, was in charge of husband, Richard was In Jam. Mount at 250 Keats Avenue County Service Officer Sale Peril Service IKUMONT! .

dening; Ann Grenville Deidre the play "Ragged Cloak", worked in fund raising for the aica working is an engineer; Next Thursday at Central Dap Good Used Carl tit*1* Ml Term. N,..trim l ( ..llrll..rr.... t. s. A N.Net. I V.

Thomas, Earlene Blair, Miriam needy at Christmas time, co-sponsor of the PTA variety list Church there will be! a 1445 W, King Cocoa 434.231] -"Mil
Welley Grooming, show sponsor of valentine party and co-director of the Mrs. Gardner, better known as Church.Wide Visitation At 9:30: Business Sizes -
recent science fair.-Photo by B.) Maria, was guest at an East for mailing Full itocK at Star. AUT M -TRANSMISSION fI.IIIh
Miriam Welly Health: Lois a.m. the women of the church I -
Indian Festival, which the Advocate
Clark Indtr'ians visit at 7:00: p.m. the men PURE AUTOMATIC !
Hannum Cathy, Deidre Hawkins Thomas Jeanma, Jenny tusMlle, and this has worked do some creative story writing call Ilusay" (pronounced I ___'..____ ___ __ __ I I TRANSMISSION CO. I -. .. '
who'say), which is celebrated on
with its Librarian and their
beneficially illustrating of
Jeffers very own. \f
Patty Crawford Donna the first of each COMPLETE AUTOMATIC
day April
on the City payroll with On Thursday April 16, Mrs. year. @
Melba Jo Futch A big feast of curried goat meat TRANSMISSION SERVICEOn
Sharon Gillenwater all privileges of other city employees Mary Nordan's and Mrs Mary Instant All MakesFINANCING
Jan Piice
Wallace Elmore classes will split peas, rice and Rotie, (pro ,:
Phyllis Mattis La Vina Hannum nounced Row.tee), an Indian,
take a field trip to the IRC Pub All Work Guaranteed! HONDA MOTORCYCLESHAM'S
)Home Improvement; La Expenditures for the last Fiscal lie Library. They will tour the bread, was set before all tho 22f Forest Ave., Cocoa, 63*-W4 CYCLE CENTERSNO

Vina Hannum Recreation; year up to September 30 library and enjoy a story. These persons at this feast. The par 4'/4% Earnings SCOOTERS-- MON E Y DOWN 3 yri. to pay
Miriam Welly Safety, La 1963 revealed that this Library two teachers and their classes ticipants sang and danced their sea Hint. forma
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Vina IIUMI"' lluhrtx
Hannum nights
traditional dance for three
Scrapbook. spent some 55 percent of its will be the guests of Mrs. Jackie / MAGNOLIA PLAZA, TITUSVILLI
funds for the acquisition of new Merriam librarian and she will end, three days. The Indians ON YOUR SAVINGS g) Lembroth Scooters Malm 1'arl5 ..1I..rvl"O..Drt...
believe they will have good luck 0 Schwlnn Bicycles 'Ni-c t Two VVhanliT Ho* H mbon.!"
Library News bor ks. During this current Fiscal entertain the guests: and serve New and Used -- -- -
throughout the and believe ,
This week being National Library Year, more than 1200 new refreshments year Si lei end Service MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
that whatever they desire, they
books have been: added to its Repelri on All Males
Week throughout these On Friday as a culminating will receive this time of the
United States, it is fitting to com shelves, and at the end of the activity for the week Miss Anita year. CurrentDividend Wyatt Enterprises, Inc, Guitars Drums, Banjos, Etc.

ment on the status and activityof current accounting period in September Garrison's homeroom group will' 1 Next to Cocoa High School M.OoOO Gibson, Fenders: Gretsch, Mtrtliv
the Indian it is safe to say that 60pel'cll1t Kleliord who normally lives I Slingerland, Rogers, Kay
River City branch present to the student body, a skit Hatpi CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
rf its funds will have here at 409 Coquina Avenue, Is Mammoth Stock of Shoer Music
Library called "Justice for Books". CtumgmndcdSemlAnnually
of Titusville Mrs. Jackie ( The i --- --
Merriam of 209 Harrison St. been expended for new book skit portrays the judge defense now in Honolulu, Hawaii workIng oU GOULD MUSIC CO..
South Titusville, became librari The County requires 30 percentof counsel and jury making their with the Standard Dredging: r & SUPPLY EQUIPMENT Inc. 109 King St., Cocoa, oM-tll

on in April, 1983 *find has held Us subsidy to be spent So plea for the justice for books. Corporation. Maria lays she ,

this position throughout the this Library is better than average Also, at this same gathering, a will go to Honolulu very soon 'Y Rentals Sale Service OFFICE SUPPLIES
year I 1 loem> called, "The Little Cook"will to spuvl a week with her hud Scaffolding!
From April to September band, then return here before he causes nrru'
be recited and
pantomimedby Morrltt Island, Ph. 3*-2073 a.glll'waT "U.f'"u. .
1963 this functioned
Library on takes another assignment:; over
a student from Mr. Dish'sclass. .. fl,18.U.
i Ia! own with a subsidy of 4500.- Coquina Emahatite seas c MOBILE HOMES-- TII...III< tut-AOJOW

110) from tie. County Commissioners National Library Week Richard Is a Georgia hoy who, -- .
VINDALE t"v a 1I1..ma.l l>
of Brevard County, Posters and bulletin boards at the age of 50, decided to retire o/Q KNOX, VAN DYKE 'hr.n ,Ian .a"b week (o help you with
Beginning on Monday April|' 13, .. .
emphasizing: National Library iVt hove ) ki. Chairs: Idling Hupplln Mlroiruuhi -
while the Indian River City through April 18, National II- and settle down on the Coast of : Ihn floor plan to nil YOUr HUplln Machines. HU I ICuhlixU
Week are displayed: In the LI. back but tsndiy mid III. payment |plan to putt .ch-
Georgia M
Library Association Inc., sup Lr.iryVcck will bn observed and I Icmplia some years your hulKtl' Custom:, Intirlor are our Tyv.wrllon.ddla.
bray and throughout/ the School. could not take retirement and "I.dally. Moe urn I. h
plied the remainder of funds required IT parti *ccmK.KI..ml.1 *-
: i to pOly the cost of opera. > went back Into his engineering ;.""'"". FI..nclll' and REAL ESTATE
School\ Heginning;: on Mon\
tion and upkeep. With the new day April[ 13 and throughout the Field Trip work with a Idrge dredging coro- NO YEAR'SWAIT WYATT MOBIL HOMES
Fiscal oration. IJ70' H Blot 1 l, Hlghwuy.. Comp. .II-HI)
beginning October entire week "lost" and "over- Joo E. Moore, Incj:;
1 1. 19b3 the total subsidy to the due" book, will be collected. The Students of Stage II[ (Year MOBILE HOMES

I library from the County, an'1 Children who return books during 3)) in Miss\ Carolyn IJyrd's home Another Birthday REAL ISTATICompl.te *,
room visited, the T. G. Leo DairyProl'essln Carol Harper of Key Largo See
the City of Titusville was $8, thlj: National LibraryVeck :
Pljnt in Orlando last Drive Imperial Estates, celebrated
90000) and this sum has been are excused from 'fines". :; FOR Ramon'e Mobil Home Real Etttte Service
Thursday. Milk was being pack. her sixth birthday last
found adequate to maintain and As classes assemble into the aged and the children were ableto Thursday with a small party of New A Used 116 Harrison Coco, U44J
operate this Library. _. __ A
Li" rury. they will hear Interesting watch each step of the orange friends Carol. Emily Wiltshireand Bank Financing 1 Diy Service SEWING MACHINES -

With the consolidation of Indian stones. reviews of new books drink being manufactured. From Debbie Bright were nerved -_.- ---- -- --
River City with Titusville. and see some of the famous Walt there the bus took them to the birthday cake and cold drinksby J.ml. N. of Cocoa, U.S.. 1, (M.7 J9 I

the Library became a unit of (the Disney I productions Students will Dairy Farm whore they saw how her mother Mrs. Joan Harper THISHIGHER MOBILE- HOMES Brevird Sowing County's Machine Only Center Complete.!?!

Public Library system of Tl bo given special importunity' to the cows ore milked (assembly and, Carol received several ---- ---- N.w It L'Mid AUchlnM w
Baird Mobile Hepsrr.At"o.oorto.-'n.ntalg' ,
--- -- --- ------ Homes, Inc.
aaoy: >>ud..& Turma ..
With Over 80 New end Used APOLLO SEWING CTH.

Merritt Island Shopping" Confer
Co Choose
Merrill Island, Fie. ,
Brtvrd'i Largest Dealer TIRES ..-

I.ml.' N. of Cocoa U. S. 1, (M.5111
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-'- ALL SERVICE TIRE CO.Retroedlng .

Savings left by the I 10th of any month earn g EXPRESSWAY MOBILE and Vulcanising' !

from the 1st Savings: insured up tc HOMES Passenger Truck ,.

$10,000 ($50,000: fur a husband and wife) 44 Model 50 x 10 2 Bedroom and 'Industrial; Equipment...

by FSLIC a permanent agency of the Fully Equipped All Work Guaranteed r.

1 L,_ f'rio/lill of Sluts Sr.7Il1t'Jr lJerr/llrtl Parrish U. S. Government. S3.695
4 MI. N. of Cocoa U. S. 1 It 1 Rldgowey Ave. Coco, M4-I044{

ore having a light breakfust in hi hlITUJr.ut .""" Tel. 434 4910 WATCH REPAIR ,.

the Citizens Ilmuik Cummuldtu Room U1& Jf fast jfeberal -- ----- I I
AJrill5{, 1J6S btwew the hours of The Titusville Star- Watches *
Repaired in 3 to S days
8:00 A. M. alu! 9:30 A. M; rOil and 'UfJlr'
ab Advocate, 1 1st in circulation Chronographs or Complicated
family are cordially! ineiled We look ng5 Watches Repaired on Premise

in No Brevard Brevard
forward tf your umfJanv. 419 Avenue
Next to P. O. Cocoa ..
and Loan Association

Downtown Office Branch Office
Waihlngton at Main 145 N. Coqulne *
up to 10' a K' Local Bank Financing
Used Mobile Hornet and Equipment *
Open 9 to 3 Daily, All 4 to 7 Friday Open 11 9 D.1I1Sunde, 1 to 4 P. M. -
(Pol. Adv. Paid for by Commtttft for Sen. Parrish) 1 Route N..1 1 South, Tltvtvllle/ Box Ml Coco 432 2977 7J

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ADINFORMATION I For RentAPARTMENTS GLAMOR GIRLSCKbfr.mNlSirMfciN.lii Mobile Homes Mobile HomesLOTS I Real I Estate Real Estate


DEADLINE I p.m. Da r H For Wed. .* Fri. apartment tile bath central % .IGIITS. WATER. gas furnished. lights, large patio. Call 267-5183. COUNTRY LIVING 3 bedroom 2 LOVELY 3-bedroom, 2 bath home
.1 A.M. Smt For Mon. Publication heat and alrconditioned near Couple or 3 adults. $75 monthly. bath, fenced lot with trees. Excellent spacious carpeted living room,
Pirtle Plaza $110 monthly. Buck's Fish Camp. 267-5267 TRAILER LOTS. 93 x HO ft. Near terms. Phone 2673389. built-in kitchen air-conditioned
WANT AD RATES Phone 2671928. U.S. 1, 39 minutes to Cape. fenced yard well many extras.
I cInt p.r word TRAILERS FOR SALES Terms to suit. Tinfow, Lenore NEW SMYRNA BEACH I 108 Thornton Ave. AM 71659.
Minimum Chare soa 3-hedroom, bath home with fireplace I
: ARTISTIC APARTMENT, newly Avenue. AVI[ 71481.Moving .
decorated, completely furnished, FT. x I 10 ft. 2 bedroom mobile screened porch, double BY OWNER 3 bedroom, with IVi
alrconditioned electric kitchen, 1 1N 1tee. home, screened in patio. $2300 StorageLOCAL carporte and large corner lot; baths, built in utility and large
ALL CLASSIFIED AD9 private driveway, storage, ad gJ/\I/ \ equity for $1,000 and take over near beach and stores. Can be screened porch. 267-3675.

Except PAYABLE E t bllibtd IN ADVANCE AccountS ults. 904 Indian River Ave. payments. 267.7186 after 7 p.m. AND LONG distance move bought $1600 cash; $107 per. FOUR ROOM HOUSE with 2 bed.
month. Call 4288142: (eves)
FURNISHED: MODERN: large!: 2 "OZY COACH 8 x 31, $400. Call ers. Moving storage, packing, Beach House; few steps to beach rooms. 267-2470. .
tlattlfle b'lpl.l H.l. Artiltbh bedroom apartment. 2676288. 267.05fi4! or can be seen at WhitperlnR shipping ing. Free cold estimates.fur storage 267-3341., crat. .. a modern 2-bedroom home NO CITY TAXES on this extra
on Request Pines Trailer Park. Mr.( with Florida room and land.
Brevard Rldgeway Mayflower. nice 3 bedroom IVi bath homein
Tbe 8tar-AdTOc reserves the
PALM HOUSEAPARTMENTS Wright. a 44fl; scaped lot. 950000. PAXTON
at ferlnlnn I or rMwtlrn Spruce Hills. It has 1200 sq.
"II.r ... ifnt which II deems Plumbing Supply REALTORS, Sales anrl Rentals, ft. living area and Is only 4years
.bjecttoeebll abd to cbaal' the 419 FlaKier Ave., New Smyrna
o..I'I..lIon. MOBILE\ IIOME OWNERS old. The lot is 133 x 200ft.
that ordered 01 sny to sdv.rtl.ementfrom conform to ieia1C'i SEPTIC TANKSof Beach. Priced at $13,500 with 80 per
the ptlifly of this paper New Excellent Choice LIVE RENT MIMS BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom cent financing OAK TERRACE
Th. Btar-Aavocata wilt not bBualkUl -of pre-cast concrete, steel-rein 3 bedroom 1 bath, deep
home with 2 full baths Florida
.pO.llbl.$launloa for mnre than will oa.It In.eorr.ct Some FurnishedAir : state-approved: sizes 340 !, well good location, $12900 only..
nor dishwasher
room carporte
;: FREE gals., 630 gals.. 735 gals. and 1000
for any error In .ct".t. Conditioned :i I { many extras. 18000., Call Ar. $1000 down. LANE AVENUE,
Saecis to a Ifrltter Intent than sal*. Grease traps 1 Installed, tanks Whimpering Oaks, 3 bedroom
ttI. cost or tb. .pac. occupied by $20 down payment and $20 a pumped and cleaned, drain fields row Realty, 267-7037 on U.S. No. 1H\ bath, room air conditioner
.?o IltlD 10 the advert/a.men&/ Titusville, So. U. S. 1 month will buy your own full rclaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman _1 Indian River City. large screen patio, excellent location

acre mobile home lot at beauti. Septic Tanks Inc.. Phone AM 7. 2 BEDROOM 7 BATH Florida $15500 with $1000.
6fflc IS Mats' Strot ful Christmas Park. Become 4121.) P. 0. Box 2016 Titusville, I
SEE TIllS! Luxurious town house room, fireplace, large lot, 16 George M.> Barley Inc., Phone
Dial AM T-om Florida.
landlord. More than
your own trees. Low down 2673622.
I payment assume -
Otflc lloura 1.00 to ISO: apartment. Newly constructed ISO families reside here.Don't .
heat and air mortgage.:;: 267-1745.
central conditioned :-"it Wn.W rip,.mtwt"And buy before you see for Real Estate NEW TWO bedroom 1 bath home,
S Special Notice 3 bedroom. IV* bath living room yourself. Only a few lots left. 2 BEDROOM 1 BATH convenientto $500 down $80 monthly. Large 3''
kitchen enclosed garage. ThisI Just who, Farmer Brown, Is gonna cook ACREAGE FOR SALE schools and shopping, $9900.!)() bedroom, 2 bath home with
If You Would Like A I within walking distance and schools.to new all this stuff" CHRISTMAS PARK --- ------ 3 BEDROOM 2 bath clean Florida room and double car
shopping center Route 50 Christmas. Florida HIGHWAY FRONTAGE. 600 x 250, Gardendale home, 514.500. Good I porte, $300 down. $94 monthly.
For information call G. M. Bar.
Real Estate LicensePhone ; Phone Orlando 273-1727 high ground on 3 roads excellent financing available to qualified Call Wessner Realty, 2677125.
Realtors 342
ley WashingtonAve. For RentWAREHOUSE For Sale buy. Also several good Hwy. buyer. Campbell Associates Inc.
\Mrs. Davis 2673622. orALLE'i parcels. Perkiss Realty. A7.: 2677325. I LEASE WITH option or trade. .

Representative Bert Rodgers DUPLEX FOR RENT CIIANNEL MASTER Antenna 3940. Newly renovated, approx. 1700
School of Real Estate Law FOR Systems. Installed 2495. 267. : REALTY I FOR SALE BY owner, custom de. i sci ft. 3 bedroom, 1 bath Country
UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM, RENT 337T. Cocoa 636-3790 10 ACRES at $450 per acre, 29% signed, 1V4 bath, 3 bedroom home with one acre rich fertile
down balance 5 years, 10 acres Florida room or 4 bedroom with land. Also tractor with imple
refrigerator: built-in range, central WAREHOUSE NEW 4.000 Sq. ft. 1 USED yellow 10 cu. ft. G E re- Directions 12 miles west of at $550 per acre, all cash. 10 large kitchen separate dining ments. Located near U.S. No. 1
For Sale heat and alrconditloning. 1003 Tropic St. $200 monthly.C. rigerator and matching yellow Titusvillo on Highway 50 at acres at $550 per acre, 29% room, situated on wooded Vi and( north county line. Contact I

LET- -SELL 267.7151. A. Heller 2670476. I Dixie range. $150. $10 down $2 Christmas, Fla. down, balance 3 years. Call acre lot. Away from city taxes, owner, AM 73858. Price at $15,-
US your car or boat.. FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM: with 4200 SQUARE FEET. Immediate I weekly. "Use our easy pay Wessner Realty. 267-7125. see now to choose paint colors, 750, suitable terms.
Browning Auto Sales. 405 Hopkins in 267 plan" Goodyear Service Store bath fixtures and appliances.
IRC. -3990.
carporte J. W. Chlldre
.__ Ave., 2671520.Building occupancy. Real. 315 So. Hopkins Titusville 1,950 FT. ON HY. 46 IN GENEVA, Excellent' down payment. 267. $850 DOWN 3 bedroom, air conditioned
tor. 267-5503.
FURNISHED, TWO BEDROOM Florida. 2673013. 1963 GREAT expansion runs back to county I t road, includes 3004. double carporte and
& Const. large rooms and closets, Tile trailer, excellent condition. 267. corner with big potential. I I family room, 2744 No, Circle
bath, electric kitchen $110 plus For Sale SPECIAL PURCHASE! 7792. 32.acre tract, all high a top. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, large corner Drive, Forest Hills, \Mr. Evans.
NIDY CONSTRUCTION. residentials damage deposit. Phone 2670748. HAYES notch investment at $600 per lot city water Whispering 2673267.
commercial and remodeling COUCH! AND matching chair coffee 3/4 II. P., FiW acre easy terms. T. W. Mero lfi1l $400 down, $13,000. Arrow
13 years In Tltusvllle. LIcensed HOUSES FOR RENT table, end tables and lamp. Jet Pumps . . . . $75 TRAILER SALES Broker, Sanford 322-2481 for ap Realty 2677037. QUICK: CASH for your house eq. \
and bonded. Phone AM 7-2326. Dinette set, 6 chairs. Reason. New and Used Mobile Homes pointment. uity, 267-32C2. I II
THEY LAST! BY OWNER. 3 bedroom 1 bath
FURNISHED 3 BEDROOM 1 bath able, 267-4510: between 4:30: and 8210 E. Colonial Drive
BEDROOM f, 2 bath, low
Slid 57.7 ACRES -Bargain for Cash home. Must leave area. 70 Lake- new
Business and utility 6:30: p.m.
Opportunity HEPP SUPPLY
Orlando 277-9671 down payment. Nicest section laTitusville.
267. appro 1 miles from the city view, 267-5851.
monthly. damage deposit.. CRIB AND mattress, stroller, 267- u. S. 1 South 267-2272 limits and Airport of New Smy. : Forest H1113. 267-3564
I PLAN TO OPEN a reducing stu- _0748. _fig_ 5263. 48 x I 8 MAGNOLIA TRAILER 2 rna Beach High land with 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, by owner.
dio. Complete Information. write bedroom, excellent condition. LUXURY LIVING, new brick
Hills Phone 267.
Whispering area.
2 BEDROOM furnished $80 1st Help WantedNEED creek and excellent drainage In.
State 7th 925 Orlando Road Rt. veneer, 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath
Distributor 4100 St. and last months in advance. No CHAIN: SAW, 20 Inch. Like new. ( 50)) to exiting drainage canal. Less 4372.
No. St. Petersburg. Florida. Call 267-4487. built in range and even dish.
children. On premises Tuesday, .- COMBINATION: presser CABANA AND TRAILER lot, than $39300 per acre as owner : WESTWOOD VILLAS 3 bedroom washer and disposal Intercom
For Rent 2225 Garden St. WASHER AND dryer twins, take and silk finisher Experienced. fenced lot. Must sell! 2677481. needs all cash. S. O. Shmholaer, 1 bath home with screened in with AM and FM radio, central

BEDROOM house South up payments. Customer trans. 2679960. 60 Minute Cleaners. Jr., Owner, 1501 N. Peninsular, porch, carporte, utility room. oil heat and aircondltloned
-- TWO ,
TRAILER WITH home like addition GA 88141, New Sm rna Beach.
Lake, $135 monthly. Ed Kitties ferred. See Appliance Manager I Situated on large 117' x 90' cor wood burning fireplace wall to
FOR RENT Agency, 267-0831. at W. T Grant, PI rile Plaza. FEMALE HELP WANTED on large lot, at Hall's Trail. BUILDERS, ACREAGE, 2 blocks ner lot. $65 a month payments wall carpet, double car garage
Floor Sanders. Polishers WANTED PART.Tlme Bookkeep. er Park has extra furniture from country Club or lots with includes taxes and insurance.Call fully landscaped corner lot,
SUITABLE FOR mail Dullness 1964 GE AIRCONDITIONERS. all priced $1250. Phone 2676441. Arrow Realty 267-7037 27500. For appointment 267-
and water. Ready
Phone AM 7-3253 sizes. ers for 3 to 4 hours In the evening city sewage
Discount prices. ColonialTV
t and home combination, 2 bed. : If interested please send to build on. Call Baker, 2675530. US No. 1, Indian River City. 1928.
room 1 bath. Kitchen equipped. and Appliances, 2300 So. U.S. MOONLAND
Baldwin Shopping Center 1. 2674107.GARDEN resume to Personnel Manager HOUSES FOR SALE
2679940. Post Office Box 82. Titusville, LEGAL PADS Die Supply 35c (Continued on Nut Pig)

APARTMENTS FOR RENT THREE BEDROOM. 2 bath, Florida TRACTOR and tools, Florida. Only experienced bookkeepers Mobile Home Sales OWNER TRANSFERRED! :: make each at Star.Advocate Office. -----

FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM 520 room $175 monthly Ed Kit. $75. 2670882. need apply. QUALITY HOMES AND offer on $3200 equity 3 bedroom,

Urannis Ave. airconditloned.carpeted ties Agency 2670831. 30" WINDOW fan, electric motor. GIRL FOR general office work. SERVICE 2 bath airconditioned double BE SAFE! .
newly{ decorated $95 619 Gaon ?:t. Full time Job, company benefits.: carporte on large shady fencedlot ..
FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM, ad U.S. 1 North of Overpass
1429:! Oak Terrace. 267-1935.
first and last month. Available Experience helpful but not absolutely -
ults north Minis 267-0933,. I' '.
DRAPES, 90) In.long 144 In. wide fmmrn
May 1st. Winter Park Midway 4- essential. Apply W. T. Titusville 267-5695
9314. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED 2675648.$10. Baby and Mattress $10.. Grant Co., Titusville. 2 bath family room corner lot

2 BEDROOM apartment. furnished call 261257ater( 5 p.m. MALE HELP WANTID TINY TRAILER TOWN with sidewalks $500 down, no -
downtown. off street parking, (UNFURNISHED, NEW 3 bedroom JEFFERSON, BUFFALO V nickels closing costs 1706 Smith Dr. So., Deal Only
Phone 267.2103.APARTMENT town house, tiled bath, central dimes ,4rid\ ...quarters, 214 AGE 23-40 driver's license re I Ozn .1 Days yaw Please call 2671770. __ I
heat and all-conditioning with or Julia St., across from theatre, Lawn Service. 1100551
quired. Spray
L1t1I.ClueUIMa NO DOWN payment if you qualify
SHARED by 2 men. With A
without range. Near Pirtle Plaza. Phone 267-5530.
Kitchen privileges $35 week. Op.riii.sLItFsPil under VA. 3 bedroom 1 baths I
per $133 monthly. 2671928. LINCOLN INDIAN ... ..... Central and ail-condition-
267-4164 before 8pm. ---- large cuts $100. 45 HOUR, Men 2145. Pass ;;iPn. fa heating
214 Julia $\\r across from the Ing. 13650. $!JO payment Includes
TIIREE BEDROOM, 2 bath. $135 out free gifts, take orders. Car K_ Cl<4 REALTORLook
monthly, Ed Kitties Agency, 267. Theatre Titus'ville. and phone needed. Protected ...!. ...M-Travcl Trilton everything. Perkins
0831. 1 USED 17" Crosley TV table territory. Call Mr. Silver at IM Ipass *.... e... Cal Realty. AM 7.3940. for this
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mo el. $45. $3 down $1.25 week Daytona B. ach. 252 2S4, 7.9 onlyor HOW t LOCATION>
25cCar IRC, 2 bedroom like new, adults, write Box BF. symbol yourprotection.
no pets. $80. 2676149. 6-9 ly. "Use our easy pay plan". vs: Nit. I. SitS N, I lil" It signifies 8
Goodyear Service Store, 313 So.hopkins II w 1'0.w Kntrrnn Israel,
p.m. : INVENTORY CLERK must have I-h., GHIU.U..
Titusville/Flonda. 267- high school education, applyCity i-c No. 5. t Ml. north ofMlm Integrity
BEDROOM, 1 bath. $135 month. 3013. J Hall I, 523 Palm I Avenue, HI Ilnckrt Motel, and high proCessional -
WashThis ly. 267-0831. Ed Kittles Agency. I'll.M '.301/< 7
EVINRUDE 50 HP outboard mot Titusville, Florida. standing. heal only
OFFICES: FOR RENT or with generator. Low running
OPERATOR FOR mechanicalstreet
TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT with a Realtor Only i
time. Excellent condition. 267.
totally new RAM.JET do.It. OFFICE SPACE available, new 3380. sweeper apply City Hall, Practice makes perfect. Our Realtor displays this seal.
yourself 24 hour coin operatedauto 300 sq. It. each just north of 525 Palm Avenue.APPLIANCE ADULT SECTION. 46 x 100. Ideal :JESS long in the moving
Titusville city limits U.S. I, NEW SPINET PIANO SALESMAN. full for large trailer. Call 267-0933. W. CHILDRE experience Jr.
laundry Is absolutely! unbelievable available In 60 days. 2673661. Walnut finish, full size only $495.: time job company benefits. Ap. field assures you of a speedy George M. Barley, ,
Easy terms arranged. TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE I SCALTOR U5l.D5R job. We've the up-to-date equip Inc.
W. Co. Pirtla
I I I The customer ply T. Grant ,
OFFICE SPACE 1.000 so. ft. on
KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Plaza. Titusville. ment to handle any type of Bryan-Conway & j
can get a car clean Inside and U. S. 1, excellent) location with 2126 W. Tropic 267-6383 I
all 68 x 100 trailer lot. zoned for trail move. Winstead Inc.
ample parking. rent or -
out for less than 60c. Operators ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR: mustbe er 8 x 40. $3700 cash. J. W. Associates
Campbell ,
tion. Call Arrow Realty, 267- 1 USED 10( cubic foot Phllco refrigerator master electrician.
report;; earning of $800.00 to 7037. on U.S. 1, Indian River $30. $5 down $1.25 High qualified school graduate or have Childre Realty, 2672541. Think of Inc.

i required.: $4.500.00 mini. -ROOMS-- FOR RENTSLEEPING Hopkins Goodyear Titusville Service Store Florida., 315 267-So. ienced plans training.and Ability specifications to examine of HARVEYREAL FIDELITYSTORAGE Realty Danenburg's Beach

mum cash required balancecan : ROOM private bath 3013. proposed electric wiring instal

be financed. Act today and and entrance. 2672309. FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES lations and alterations, make inspections ESTATELICENSE 240' Main Street frontage /&! TRANSFER Duffy's Real Estate ,:

own_ the RAM.JET Auto Wash SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies mattresses greatly reduced at and of new electrical and existing instal 400' spur tract. 87,120 square I Edwards Realty
for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- warehouse prices. Get them wiring lations. Apply C. B. Talmadge, SCHOOLStart feet of space. Will sell all or DAY OR NIGHT Ed Kittles Agency I
franchise in your area. Only while they last. 2111 Garden St., '
3400 Nidy Shopping Center. 267-5733 City Manager, 523 Palm Ave., this Tuesday T P. 1>!. part. Zoned B2, ideal for Phone AM 7-0228() L. B. Newman
responsible investors will be
con CLEAN: ROOMS[ for working men. or 2C7-1926. Titusville, Florida. attend first session as our guejt. contractors plant and storage tALLIED Sydney Schwartz
sidered. Call or write: Ml\ 7-6363
-2670234. -- FENDER PRECISION electric GUS FAULK CHEVROLET is now HOWELL'S yard, wholesale warehouse.Call VAN LINES C M. N. Weir & Son Inc.

ROOMS: FOR 1\1\ EN.? Kitchen priv- base guitar. Blonde finish with taking applications for experienced BUSINESS COLLEGE ------ __ ____ ___ .
J. W. Childre! ----
A7.: accessories, fender leather Chevrolet mechanics. SeeService Realty -00-
lieges, TV and washer. plus
William 1528 S. Wash. Ave. (U.S. 1)
2283 offer 5 p.m. ca'e. Base guitar, list price $279; Manager 267.1161 AM 7-2541 I U. S. No.1 1 near Nova Prime Listings: I
& Associates guitar case, list price $60; worth
LOW rates, clean rooms for workmen near $350 sacrifice at $200. Excellent Income PropertyCBS Brokers Invited
--- ----- 1. 135' 315' 1 bedroom frame home 12000.
13J WEST FAIRBANKS: AVE. 103. Call 2676183. condition. Call Ron, 267- ----------- ----- -- I x Grove I
0331 or 267-7135 after 7pm. DUPLEX, $12.600. 2 bedroom
Winter Park, Florida ADDING MACHINE> : ROLLS, only 1 bath each unit. Convenient to 2. 600' x 1000' ((26 acres), No. 1 to River, County taxes
25c each at the Star.Advocate FURNITURE 3 rooms of fins schools and shopping. Campbell SYDNEY SCHWARTZ REALTOR only no present mortgage. Owner will trade for

._______._ n ____ furniture. 8 piece bedroom suit. Associates, Inc., 2677325. inland grove, or improved ranch farm, or what have
7 piece dinette. all only $13.M
per month. Decor Furniture, 204 ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only you. I
SEE N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian River 2Jc eath at the Stir-Advocate "BEST BUYS"OUR
OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE City. Phone 2677613. Ofce.Westwood( ( 3. U. S. No. 1 Corner gns station, restaurant and

store' 300' on No.1. $50,000 total, terms to qualified

Manor from Parkway School and Pirtle Shopping Center, .i, 200' x 600' on Indian River North, plus fine Improve-

Featuring: We offer the finest business property value in Titus- ments $25,000.

ville. :2G650 feet on Highway 405, 301 feet deep. 5. 335 Acres 4 lakes beautiful rolling country commuting -

4. 6003 sq. feet building, paved parking area distance to Cape I Kennedy $90,000 with

LARGE 75' x ilO' S LARGE POOL Old Dixie HighwayBrick $75,000.00 cash. terms.

LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES Use the property for your own business. Rent it 8. Rentals: 2 bedroom, furnished fine frame home

for an excellent return. Excellent capital gain op New Smyrna Beach downtown area close to Winn-

WATER Etc. Homes, 3 bedroom, 2 Full Tile Bath, portunity.FOR Dixie River and Canal Street. $95 month, first and

(Colored) Central Heat Built-in Range LEASE with option to buy if desired. 3 bdrm., l'/4 last, no children, please.

; w/Hood, Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice of bath home, located near Parkway Junior High and 7. 40 acre, rolling land $6300:) total terms.

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. Whispering Hills Elementary Schools. Conveniently 8. 6 Acre rolling tract $1500 per acre south of Edge.

located near shopping in a nice residential area. water Fla.
TO[ REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on Also F.H.A. Homes from $13,750.00
to Realtor Check this office 6 miles north of Oak Hill blinker
!U.S. 1 td Minis. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more SYDNEY SCHWARTZ,
'mile to our entrance on right. For free information $14,500.00 $450.00 Down. Ready for S. Ave. light, for other fine listings that arc new on the market.
1141 Hopkins Phone New Smyrna Beach 427-7111 anytime.
:.call: 257-5586. Occupancy. Titusville, Florida eo"

AM 7-6100 or 6101 : ;

DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! 267-5437, 267-5293, 267-2802 EXPERIENCE( DOES COUNT : I Sara L. Raynal Real Estate

t AGENTS ON PROPERTY TIL DARK Route No. 2, New Smyrna Beach Florida)

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Classified AdsContinued ,

fcrora Proceeding Page I Work Wanted NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGTO .


Real Estate ACET. AND electric welding Call

Clinton 5-7690, South Daytona WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE It hereby given, In accordance with Section 22 of the NOTICE II hereby given. In accordance with Section 22 of the

HOUSeS POR SALE Beach. Florida. Brevard County Zoning Regulations that Phyllis Ceiort has requested Brtvard County Zoning' Regulations that Leslie & Don Renihaw

NOTICE 'In accordant with Section 22 of the that Board/Board of I the Brevird ; of.:
LAKEFRONT ESTATES has the IN THE: <'1 Rd IT 'IH'RT OK TilXIMTII >: Is hereby given. the Brevard County Zoning County has requeued that ) : County Zoning Board/Beard

homes with advantages you'll JlJIKIll, IIMMIT* I"i.INI Brevard County Zoning Regulations that Robert L. Bartlett hat Commissioners consider the request for change of classification County Cemmlitloner consider the request for Special Use
) EON Hlirt tHIS 'UI :NT1 .
like. 3 bedroom IV'* bathi at *'KIHIIMII requetted that the Brevard County Zoning Board/Board of County to Trailer Park on the following described property: Permit for house trailer on the following described property

12600. $joo down, $79,38 monthly, ( IM: .HY NO, SWIIflNOTIl : Commlttioneri consider the request for changa of classificatIon I'
Including P and I., 24 year mortgage lit 11t.'I1t:" Wof NW'4 of SW'4' EXCEPT the SW 2 acres thereof Lot e. Block I, Gravolind Estates recorded In PB 13-S*
In re: Adaption of Jennifer Lvnn to BU.2 for Drive In Theatre on the following described property:
Large lots. Just south of Jory and Tracy L.... Jory. Minors 1'1 In Section 13 Township 21 Range 34, which Is located : Section 14 Township 21 Range 34, which Is located westside

Whispering Hills Country Club Ily Robert, PetitionerTo J. tleater Their aiepcmhvr All? of Lot 1 ari; ths E 80' of Lot 2, TltJjvllle Fruit and south side of SR 44 approximately 3/4 mile went of' .195. > of Old Turpentine Rd: approximately BOO' south of

(Route 405)). George B. Barley : John H. JorvRe.lrh.nce Farm Lands SID recorded In PB 2-27, Section 29 Township Grove St.PUBLIC .
Inc., Titusville, 267,3622.BRENTWOOD l Unknown,
last known r. l"lencei : 22 Range 35, which I II located south side of SR 50 appro l- PUBLIC HEARING will be held at the Agricultural Center in
HEARING will be hold at the Agricultural Center In
u Ovtrbrook (I5rtvt. Gulf
ESTATES Farms. ElyrU. Ohio mately 1 mile east of SR 405. Cocoa, Fla., on Monday, April 27, 1944, at 9:00: a.m. or as soon
4 well planned models are now Cocoa Fla, on Monday, April 27, 1944 at ':00 a.m. or as seen
Notice li hereby > that a
Klv< n
thereafter possible. Final report and hearing will b* heard
open. Brentwood Estates is minutes Petition for Adoption baa been filed PUBLIC HEARING will be held at the Agricultural Center In at thereafter' as postlble. Final report and hearing will be heard

from downtown Titusville, by the petitioner In the above itylxl Fla 27 1964 at 9:00 loon by the Beard of' County Commissioners at the County Court House, Board of Commissioners at the County Court House
required Cocoa, on Monday, April : a.m. or as by (fie County ,
anil hereby
court are
you I Florida their first this date All
West Garden Street. FHA Titusville meeting following
on to nerve a copy of your n.w.r and thereafter as possible Find report and hearing will be hoard Tlru vllle, Florida, at their first meeting following this date. All .
VA, 234 bedroom homes, from uleadlni 1 upon J. Willie Woodion, Interested parties are herein given notice
$85 monthly, Includes every P. O. liox 1175. Ecu IUIII., flnrliU: by the Board of County Commissioners at the County Court House, Interested parties are heroin given notice.
attorney for Ibe petitioner and file their first following this date. All
thing 2C7-7142 or NE 6-8385. Titusville, Florida at meeting
the Office. of the Clerk : Interested parties are herein given notice..
LOTS FOR SALITENTION suit Court at Tliuivllle, llrtvaril O. D. P.avy, Zoning Director
County Unrlila. on or before the 0. D. Peavy, Zoning Director I
BUILDERS 8 lots, lh lay of May 1IN14: If you fall to BREVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICE

as is, $2200 each. Study Oaks da 10, a again Dei ri>you)Pro for( onfewo the relief will demanded betaken by O D. Peavy, Zoning Director I I April 13 (Mon.) 1"4Classified
April 13 (Mon.) 1964
subdivision, large storage ware In the comnlalnl
house and small house included This notice mail be publlnhait once
Mon. 1964BREVARD
a week for r000aecu liv. weeks April 13 ( )
Call owner. 267 3963. In the Tituaville'lar.AlYo'al.' ..
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Done and I Ordered at Tltusvllle, I
IN Tilt.: IKTIT (4)1'HT. MM TilIIIH4IU .A I n. 11tl! '
Sale TradeNEW Florida, this ard day ot April lMi4!
or (Court Seal" = I tI 151 I IT 411" I IIKIII \ (ii'uil'( itT PF.AI.I
AND USED Clerk of the Circuit Court riMN( I.K", Nil. XII.IIM.1"Hr""t.IOKtllll"lltt. t'l.rk (0' the l'lr, ull li'U F? r fur Ads Get Results I
M I : ..
GUNS (repair and ammunition) fly llertle H.IIV.July Clerk I I FI1HT rl-OKKAl: ttAMMH' AND IIr.v..r lIy: V.l II'otinly NII""IIIo'rlI"lllIly 1".1.1.

Vi mile south Florida Wonder. J. William Woo.lion COUNTY ZONING OFFICE 10AN AMKdllATIDN:- tit' M-W: l'lu'k. ,
land. Indian River Gun Shop.t Attorney for Petitioner lIMO I lISA etc. Apr. 1.1. liii>. ::17. Muv, I ,M..n'. I 111111ROTARY
IMalntlft. .
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Schools Apr Eau. 6 0.111.. U, JO. Florida 31 (Man) I'M'! !!. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING i n KELLY anti'ViJ ,'-VFIINA: RUTH

AN ELECTRONIC EDUCATIONis IN: TUB': tlHCl'IT COI HT Ot TIIK I KkLLY hi. wire et al Defendant 1I Club/ & Lodge Notices I I
t a guarantee of job security at ,% I'OK HKr\\KI' ( In :STl.HOHIIM TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I : tin, II b. pAVIrU whosernlitence I
high wages. Contact FETI. 105 and? post office! ad-
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"NO 57505 .
( tMfcKV ""'RO .11. UR.
King St., Cocoa. Phone 636-3720, Is In accordance with Section 22 of the I
)\otlTllt: 1)111) IT NOTICE hereby given, YOU ARE Ill.HMIY: : N01IHRDIhut ----

day or evening. LUCILLE HARTMAN Brevard County Zoning Regulations that G. F. Nicholson has requested a ciimiilalnt to foreclme certain TITUSVILLE GARDEN CLUB
Plaintiff I I moMmum ma.le bv J. II. Kelly CLUB
IBM TRAINEES needed. Call 1. v.. that the Brevard County Zoning Board/Board of County and Versa Hull Kelly, hi. wife \ YORK-RITE BODIESOf

783 5575. KonERT HARTMAN. Commissioners consider the request for change of classification to Mrst reilenl Savings. aol Loan. :(j i; MEETS THURSDAY General melting alt circles Sml -
DefendantTO Association nf. New Hmyrna vnciimberlng (L M.nd.Y. of (let.. Nav, Krb. March North Brevard County
ROBERT HARTMAN whoselast to BU-1 (Neighborhood Retail Business) on the following described the following ilesirlbeil I property 12:15: 1 r. M Miiy Tim and l place) In ha annmmMil .
Services knowa residence lit, I In Krevnrd Lounty lorlda. to- Kxiiiillv;; Hour I Init. Tuesdayenth -- - -- -
lull Mountain Avenue property: wit: Whispering Hills Country Club month. October thru May. Indian River Chapter No.Jt
Charleston, Welt Virginia Start at the !Southeast corner of
PAINTING by dependable semi- NOTICE IS HH.REBY GIVEN W 625' of the S 984' of the N 1136' of the NWV. of the I Ihe lOW V. of the HW i U of. Hec- Dick Slmonct 1'ros Mr. I. A. nia-cll I'resllentSORORITY.., ROYAL ARCH MASONS!

retired native terms and refer. that a Complaint for Divorce haa I NW'/4 Section 29 Township 21 Range 35, which Is located lion II. Township. 21 South, Ulricaait : II T. Walker, Scc'y .
Punt: North the ---- --------
II tbence
ences If desired Write P. O. Box bees filed against you by the Plain alone: *
tiff la the above-styled Court and West side of Singleton Ave. approximately Vi mile north of haul: line of .al 201, Titusville you ore hereby required to aires a t antic f 4711 feet for the DINT No. 6 PHI William, Secretary
copy of your Answer and pleartlnic Dairy Road.PUBLIC I (')' IIIOUINNINO; theme cortlnue .- Titusvillc Chap. BETA SIGMA ,.r
INCOME TAX AND bookkeeping upon the PlalTillffi altorneye.KELLEY. North alone; .101 Forte Meeting lit and 3rd '
Meet 3rd 7:30
service II. Burgess and Associate 8TROID *: MARION, PU HEARING will be held at the) Agricultural Center In line 75 feet, thenre West parallt I 0. E. S. c1 Thursday 7:30: P.M. Wednesday : P. Mj
lion 11X11, Eau Gillie Florida. ..n,1'II. to the Houlh line of salt. lortyKM Mlels at Masonic Temple, Titusville''!
t \l llr ITV
Office, 267-3751. 1425 South the original answer or pleading Cocoa, Fla, on Monday, April 27, 1944 at 9:00: a.m. or at loon feet; theme South parallel BERTHA DEMOND: \ 0.. > 1..lw'I.. I
Magnolia. I I ti the office of the Clerk of the thereafter at possible Final report and hearing will be heard to the East (line ot snld forty ainstance V I: IVe.l. ,,"ITlirT HInAM--COUNCIL. 13. '
CIrcuit Court Tituaville. Florida, on nf 75 feet; thence Mat Worthy Matron '
ROOFING, PAINTING, additions or before the 30 day or April 19ti4. by the Board of County Commissioners at the County Court House, to the point of beginning; being Mr.. Mary. Alice Kittle 1I. ly. ; : 4IMM'HIIV I R. & S. M.
and general repairs. AU work If yoU fall to. do .0. a I)ocrre Pro a mrt of the *VV '? of the HW ', Sleet. lot and l Jnt Tueiday S I'M M, Jim". DenudePrenlilenl
Confeaun. will be taken against you Titusville, Florida, at their first meeting following this date. All if Heallm I, Township 21 Koutliltsn try R. V. Bakes
guaranteed, free estimates, licensed 36 Kant: nl Maennli Trmplt
for the relief demanded In the Complaint Interested parties aro herein given notice. A \1-4141 Thrice Illustrious Master
and bonded. 267-3411. and other lanils, has been filed, In ETA rrtjOelille

This notice ahall be published once BREVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICEby I this Court sxalnst you, and. you are Head I..... Gill Williams, Recorder
BRICK BLOCK and cement work.
a we.k for four 141 COfliecutlveweek. herohy required to file voiranwor M l-liiiu
Free estimates Verger Construc. In the Tituaville, tllar.Advoute O D. Peavy, Zoning Director I or other defenie 19 aslil. suit 1 In llioffice Indian River Aiff", PHI a llr'TMU Meets 2nd Wednesday at 7:30: P.M.
Titusville Florlla of the Clerk of Ihe (Irnill\
tion. AM 7-5728COOK'S Nx and ORDBRLD In Chambers Court of lirevard County .''.,rl.I.. Lodge No. 90 Osle Kellers I're.lilent. Masonic Temple, Cocoa _
In Tltusvllle. Florida. thli 27 April;0" (1M...) 1944
before of
on or the 24 day April. mi-inn
WELL DRILLING Service lay of March 19tH J JBREVARD A.D. 11X4. and lo serve a copy thurenf F. A A. M. DREVARDCOMMAN *.
licensed. insured, work guar. Court Meal") on the plaintiff. attorney. C. Meet 2nd A 4th Thursdays 7.30: ( .

anteed. 2673245. CIRTI3 R BARNES __-_ ___ _____ Winston Hmlth Peat Offli. Hox 421 I I9f1J Masonic Temple) District No. 39 No.24K.T.
Clerk of toe Circuit Court N. 1/1.1. Freeway, New IImyrna
Beach, )"Iorl.... It toll tnIao. I James II Stewart, Muter
INCOME: TAX returns accounting By Beetle HallDeputy you Nurse Assn. Lacy lamer, Eminent Cemmand'r
Clerk judgm.ol by default will I he takes W. Frank Harden, aecty. Florida
and system service.. C.F Assoc. KFLLEY, 8TRULD & MARION against you for the relief; sought In e Gill William, Recorder
iates. 2670271. P. O. Box 1U01 COUNTY ZONING OFFICE the complaint.; Meets Flnt Tues.
VVITNlas )hand' and' the aviS
1454 HIghland Av.nueEau my
INCOME:' TAX returns prepared, Oallle, Florida of said. Court: at Tltusvllle, the Junior ChamberOf of' each month p,m. Meets 4th Wednesday, 7:30: P.M.:..
Mar JO Apr. 6. 13. 20 (iMos.) 19A4XOTICK County Seat nf Drevard County Masonic Temple, Cocoa
anuS Loan
At Pint
Phone 267 3183, $3.00 and up. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGTO Hnrlda, tbla 30 day of March, All. Federal Ilavinge
OaT Hilt ,19414 Commerce Pre.lilenl Dorothy Vurslrr. It.NXocnlsrv -_. --- ---'I

\ .4INTINC. expert. reliable and TO: TVELYV MART ANDERSON CURTI :n BARNES, Cleric fir n Doric Mlllner, UN PILOT CLUB
. Earl Pr...
satisfying work. Estimate glad and ANDERSON, her She Circuit Court In.nd fur Spencer, Phone AM ,.//11113
jy. AM ?4778. unknown bUBb.ad. and .11 0' WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: lirevard I County. Florida. Steve Pantano,4:Sec'y --- ---- Mrs. Betty Jones, Pr...
the unknown heirs at law ofU.ROY Byi Hertle Hull CZECHOSLOVAK.AMERICAN .

FREE LP bottled gas installation It ::alive. K.NUT8ON.and K dead,deceased.the unknown NOTICE It hereby given In accordance with Section 22 of the (CIRCUIT 1f..J'IHr T Clerk SEAL) Meets Citizen Every Thursday Rank Uuildlntf 7:30 P.M. CLUBOf Meeting 1st and 3rd Wednesday*

2019 N. U. S. No. 1, Titusville. heirs. legatees. devisees, Brevird County Zoning Regulations that Woodstock Corp. hat requested C WINSTON "HMITH !'. O. IloX <27 : 12:00: Dixie Hotel
creditors DIN N. Dlile Freeway, New HmyrnaH Titusvllle
Suburban Propane Gas Service. grantees successors
267.6411. trustees. aslgnees or other that the Brcvard County Zoning Board/Board of County <:b. Florida.Attorney TITUSVILLE! POST ::O. 1 :311 Grannls Ave. Executive board Monday
claimants under any nf the for i'lalntlff
Commissioners consider the request for change of classificationto Before 1st Wednesday
above specifically Identified _Mor iiaI, lii. Aj>r. 1,2-'M::! n.) 1 Used Cars & Trucks Defendants; anil all parties RU.1 (Single Family Residence) on the following described a AMERICAN .
having or claiming to have TilE riHniiT ('in'Hr 4)i- TIIKMVTIl : ) eaih month. ITull open. each luesilayThtimlay TITUSVILLE
any right, title) or Interest In property: 41 1114 It I. 4 IIII'UT. IN" i and falurday evening at
FORD TRACTOR, NAA $795. 267. or to the following described .\NI, tOR IIKKtAIIII: >> ( III Nit. LEGION 6 p.m. I PUBLIC LIBRARY
1983 nights. property situated In lirevard EVi of NEVa of SE4< of NWV4 and the E'/i' of SE'/ of II.ORIIIA. aiuvka. HrhrnV
County, Florida. lo-wltiThe ( II '''I >:HV *n. timiNOII4 1421 Draa Road
2 'BOOR 1956 FORD, good condition 8W' of the NEV of Section SEW!\ of NW'/i, Section 29 Township 21 Rang 35, which It t; HV I'I III.M' \1IIINAM Harry 1'11,1, ,,I lly Tnntrlik.r.. Adjutant Cnmlr. ITERANT OP WORLD WAR I l.5iBS: :

10, Township 23 South located between Dairy Road and Diamond Road approximately OH FRANKLIN' 1IAKMI. Mr nil, lot mil, :Jr.l. Tumilsy BARRACKS 1196 Mon. .
Be seen 81 Lakeview Range 80 East Hrevard County llalntlff. thru Frl 9 a.m. 8:00 p.rrt.
I lorlcla 650' west of Old Dixie Highway. VB ___I.etlon, __Hall, prn ._ Merta first Wednesday Saturday 0 a.m. 5:30: p.m.
LET US SELL your car or boat. TAKE NOTICE that a suit has' LINNIB aLit C. BAKER, : 1 each tnnnth American

Browning! Auto Sales, 405 Hop- been filed against you In the Clr PUBLIC HEARING will be held at the Agricultural Center In TO: LINNIB BUll C. BAKrltTil Pefenilnnl: Woman's Club of Legion Hall with Cover Tltusvillo Lodge No. 1M3 ....
cult Court for the Ninth Judicial
tins Ave., 2671520. Circuit of the State of Florida. In Cocoa, Fla., on Monday, April 27, 1964, at 9:00: a.m. or a* loon East 4lh Street Titusvillc Inc. ed Dish Luncheon, 1 pm Loyal Order Of ".
and for Brevsrd County wherein Alma.O.orll. L. E. Popper, Comdr .f>
thereafter at possible. Final report and hearing will b. heard MOOSE
run DEL VECCHIO QUALITY HOMF Meet! lit Tom Watson, Qm. ,,,
Monday of Month
Ding condition. $150. 2673696. INC. Is the> plaintiff' and EVELYN by the Beard of County Commissioners at the County Court House, thai a Complaint for Divorce hai Each 'd4' Meet Tvetday I p.lI'I.
MARY AVDLR80N: ft al are defendants been riled atslnst you and, you are October thru May
being Chancery Case No. TItusville, Florida, at their first meeting following this date. All hereby required to serve a cut TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUB 1 Mile North of Mima on U. S..1 1

1 Wanted To Buy 279,1/S/ nature of this suit I. a Interested parties are herein given notice. your.. Answer to the. Hill o'iUI ComPlaint :. Mrs J, J. Condci, I'rt. Jim Maltble Governor
suit to quiet title on the above described on the eatturnevanl
Chariot Jacobs '
real estat.. to file the oHo-lna) Aniwer In 7:00: p.m. Thursday F. Sec'y.Meet
USED AUTOMOBILES, City Auto BREVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICEby the office of the Clerk of tne Circuit
Part AM 7-3686. EACH OP YOU IS RFQUIRFDto Court "before the 24th .. of PYTHIAN Flotilla Restaurant
on or day @
file your aniwer and written difennel 0. D. Peevy, Zoning Director
10 the Compltaint with theClerk April 1M4 If you fell to do anjuiliment l South Lake 3rd Wednesday,
.e of thai Circuit Court of Tirevard by dsfault will be takenaaalnat SISTERS ,
II. G. Bcnzenhafer fe.chrnonth
U 1944BREVARD for tile relief ileniilnliulIn .
April (Mon.) you .
County, Florida, In this proceeding Tltusvllla Tempi 22
the Dill of ComnlalntDATEH PresidentJ.
and, to icr vearon V thereof Menla jnl *. 4th Tucis. I P. M.
AWNINGSFor at Tltusvllle, lorlda.. Hill. "
upon namea the and plaintiff.,ldr..attoineys. are h.relnetlerr whose 20) flay of Maru'h 1UU4CUUKT of n.h month HI, 81.101.Mrr. | W. Scrusjs, Jr., Scc'yNorth \ 4 Oct. through May Il

forth, as required by not ( IBAU) DfiUKln rutth, :'tI..: C. I LaVerne Hardln,
Ilome or Trailers Cab. later than the lord day :t'AP CimTIrt K. BARNF9 I Mr* : I. $!icwiurt: Hml v '
1964, (UltTIM UAKNrH: Mrs Freeman' I'lanlrt( Brlynei' l Prei.-Pn. AM 7-35341 .
anas Carports Utility I Clerk Circuit Courtlirevard .
WITNESS! my hind and the official after S p.m. .
Screened and Florida Rooms. seal. of said Court In TitusvilleKrevard COUNTY ZONING OFFICE County Florida. Horseman' Club .
Ilyl V. I. IK. KIWANIS '-- -
Hpangler CLUBMeets -
County, Florida, this 2uth FRANCE: ANN JAMIFHON Moot Second Monday Each Month North Brevird 'G
No Money Down! day of March 1964 Attorney for Plaintiff Tuesdays 7.00:() P. M.

UP TO :5 YEARS TO PAY? CURTIS R TARNFS: I'osl, Office flies IIIape : 12:10: p.m.WHISPERING Rehabilitation Center
Clerk of the Circuit Court NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGTO (' Canaveral. >'lorldaMar Lawrence Parker Pro*. 421 Palm Street a
By V. 8 Hpangler I>C. 23:, *(. Apr. e. U (Mon.) 11414I" HILLS Phone AM 7-44J4 month
N. Brevard Awning (COURT SEAL) COUNTRY CLUB Meets 2nd Tit un. every ,
Sales 33 Eait Robinson Street :NINTH JIIMdtl I 4 .Kllir I IN Doyl. .'rIRh.. Lee Parteln
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For Plaintiff ANII buiK IIHtlt' .tKII>> ( III Nit "r -.loi"I"'J.m I
267-6333 or 267.2779 Orlando Attorneys Florida NOTICE' hereby given In accordance with Section 22 of the .I.UKIU'I I ; Itiu "ecr...rr North Brevard Shrine Club Sec'y. Mri. Mirth Faulk :

Mar 23. :30. Apr. 6, 13 (IMon., 1984 Brevard County Zoning Regulations that Owen Human has requested IN ( ii IN( my N \orii K nr "llr i --
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that the Brevard County Zoning Board/Board of County DEt'LAH 1Kb WAItE. Dll.Tt4 LODGE Moet At
Ho. 2113 '
Commissioners consider the request for Temporary Trailer Permit Plaintiff.

Kids Walk to School' I on the following described property: JOH.V-Va- OIAMUEL DILTB Meet Monday Night ELKS CLUB ;

Difnndint. H3: S. Washington, Ave V Chas. Heller, Pros.
A parcel approximately SO' deep, 254' on the north and:! Boa I o'clock Frank Darden, Sec'y : :

Kuskin' "1 rlila Freni" Vi/lplus, E. H. TITUSVILLE LITTLl
200' on the south being a part of the parcel recorded In
Ph. AM 7-0343
TOU ARK HKUHIY NOTIFIED: Russell Batchelder See.Tltu.vlllo THEATRE. INC. 5
DB 58.150, as submitted on map Section 29 Township 21, that a Bull for Divorce has .been -- I 90 m.
of Mo. : p. :
lit Tuei. -
filed VETERANS Of .
3 Range 35, which is located west aid. of Diamond Rd. Court aaalnst of the Ninth you In Judicial the Circuit Clnult ) Toaatmi" I,Illl. Thealra IiIig.atIltre,1:
Moms Love the Kitchens! FOREIGN WARSMeellnie ::
approximately Vi mile west of Old Dixie Hway. In and for lirevard County 'Ior- I ,
Ida. entitled HU'LAII: I.t:WAitE: : I Meet Wednesday Iml Cell TITI'lULI-II ,

PUBLIC HEARING will be held at the Agricultural Center In LEt DII.TB DILTH, plaintiff! Defendant, vs JOIIV In O'ha MAAI,. ;I II @ \ 6:45: PM.Chanticleer. Thern.lsIe ciub'bpen' .H PH. sard Rita :

Cocoa, Fla, on Monday, April 27, 1964, at 9:00 a.m. or at soon I wry YOU No 2H"84. \ 5 P.M. Dally "Scottish Box 101
thereafter at possible. Final report and hearing will b* heard (o a.rveacopvetyoa r Answer" ar I I Inn m Magnolia Ave. 'rea.J :
Dads Relax in Comfort! other written defence to the Complaint < Ralph Schelbel?, Commander : Secy.;
by the Board of County Commissioners at the County Court House, l filed herein upon T DAVID Bob Young, Pros. AM 7-5709 Mill Mortenien, Quart.rmut.rTITUSVILLE lit.:* oltVaaeale ; e.

Titusville, Florida, at their first meeting following this date. All? I HIHN, Attorney for Plaintiff, C's -- ---- Temple I.
N Allaatlo Avenue, Cocoa Heach I
Interested parties are herein given notice. Florida. and la fun the original Rivcrvicw -- --------
P. T.
HUNTER thereof la Ihe Office of the (litrk <.if ,
BREVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICEby <,*. Circus Court of llrevsr I Tituivllle Chapter
FROM I County, Tltusvllle. Florida. nn or RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB
HOMES TS O. D. Peavy, Zoning Director I before Ihe I;Ilk day of May 1WI Meet at River view THE NATIONAL
PARK FillS HEREIN FAIL. NOT or a L>."fee School lit Mon Each Meets SECRETARIES .I t
April 13 (Mon.) 1964 I Fro Confesea will b entered 4 .gaiei.las (!) Month 7:30 lit and 3rd Wednesday
IN BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES you for the: relief prayed for In : p.m. ASS'N. (Int'l)
aid Complain I !. Earl 7:30: pm.
INDIAN RIVER CITY 2678221 DOMK': AND ORDFRFD. at Titus Snyder taut Monday of Each Month S
"II.... Florida. thla tilth day of April. President Chamber of Commerce )rled.i Cmrimr Tr.. AM T-Sfi06 -
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V A PAYMENT V-'eattltt n efJ tl $15,000 TO $19,000


A Community Of Fine l I Homes In Titusville $-&750toG8iOJlomllrestrlctedtollkJO.q.n.mlnimtim.PAYMENT : '


F HA Only 2 MIles West of U. IOn Carde'l st. COWART & CARTER, INC. '

3200 Garden St., Titimlllc

THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 or 2(172531Mtnday (

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"PM 1-8 1IhI/vIILfFl.rlda)2.r.Adree.N" ) Monday, April 11, 1 1964

-- -" Danny Mixson T To Be Honored By Military EngineersDanny IIN.r.

Mixson, son of Mr. and Post! Society of American Military \- Division.

!Mrs James Mixson, 633 Polaris Engineers, sends a committee "Our next meeting will\ be heldat
i Avenue, has received! an invitation to the Indian River. Bre tho PAFB Officers Club on M
for he and his parents to vard County Silence Fair to view April 16 Dinner will be served d

attend the April 16 dinner meeting the exhibits and,. select a winnerto at 7:30: p,m., followed by a pro
of the Canaveral Post of The receive recognition from this gram devoted! to Post student

Society of American Military\ post activities Dr. J. P, Keuper, pres. ..
Engineers, as a result of his pro "This year the winner in the ident of Brevard Engineering
ject In the Regional Science Fait College, will be guest speaker.
Junior Division
Senior and was
r tf in Melbourne recently <| "We would like very much to
basis of
selected on the origin.
In a letter to Danny, Col. G. Al! ality. application of theory, practicability have you and your parents as rod by Kell,ter O.rwnor O..npe.n tuns
Finley of the Corps of Engineers, individual effort and our guests on this occasion, at I
president of the Canaveral Tost, workmanship It is my pleasureto which time the annual Post
said: notify! you that your projectwas awards for winner In the science Star-Advocate: Classifieds Get Quick Results!
"Each year the Canaveral" judged best in the Junior fair will be presented."

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NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED B.P.O. eral special guests. Shown above are,
Elks Lodge, No. 2113, of Titusville installed from left: Newt Jones, installing officer
officers for 1964-65 at its meeting held and also past district deputy of Cocoa;
I last Monday night. 'About 50 members Walter J. Macko, new exalted ruler; Franz

attended and enjoyed a turkey dinner with Vulpius, past exalted ruler; and Russell S.

all the trimmings. There were also sev- Batchelder, secretary. (S-A Photo).

. Changes Made Governing Packages To CzechoslovakiaAccording I ::: tl .It =

to Titusville Post spices, cigarettes, cigars, tobacco, tainers. Printed matter, phonograph fully g ,6

master H{ E. Wattwood, changes wool yarn or knit goods, coats, records, tape recordings, REG. 59* ARMOUR STEAK, ,J
have been made in Czechoslovak dresses, suits, wool cloth, nylonor : and motion picture films are admitted ;

regulations governing the similar material, blouses, only in parcels by themselves Franks LB. 39, but-U p
importation: cf sift parcels. underwear and stockings of .

Used clothing and used foot. nylon or similar material, REG 269 ARMOUR BARBECUE SPARE

,wear are prohibited. Articles: shawls and scarfs, tableclothsof Ribs 2'% $199
which plainly exceed In amount plastic or nylon, plastic or Dr. Robert B. CAN
tho normal needs of the addressee other synthetic materials, watches HaguoOptometrist Colonial Select Quick Frozen2"XTAAnA

and his family are not and folding unbrellas.

admitted. Import permits are Medicines are admitted in gift i
required for gift parcels exceed parcels only if no other articlesare Announces the new s 1 I s

'ing three per cent for one addressee enclosed. They are free of location of his office FRYE1t.G

or for any parcel exceeding duty if the quantity does not exceed InPIRTLE
$415 in value the proper needs of the

Certain commodities are sub addressee and his family. PLAZA
TltuivllU, Fie. ""h. sire SUNNYLANO!
: ject to quotas. These (include Gift parcels may not contain
coffee, tea, cocoa, chocolate and preserved foods in tin cans or Office Hours Phone
9:00-:00: AM 7.1915I Luncheon Meat What convenient l woyto
chocolate, products,chewing cum other hermetically sealed con. yQf fryers Already

u_____ fully and ready to
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Automatic Transmission, Lorgott Selectionof : i I i ......................
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4,000 Miles or 90 Days Warranty! Electrical Supplle Top Stamps _
1 t04 N. Orange Bl. Trail Orlando, Inc. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE aF Center or Breakfast ;
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TOM'S AUTOMATIC- --- Do It Yourself and Save! PAWN SHOP Gooo'1"; A.L .TN .Ii 1f!!' !I' \ I I Sliced I I

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Exchanges Work Guaranteed TROPICANA FLOOR COVERING TILE AND Ettab. I 'Year LETTUCE 5 HAM .

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CARPETS BY LEE'SHaratss PET SHOP*' Chocolate Cake t :
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CHRYSLER NEW A USED FIRE ARMS "The Power .f the Word" Dip or TolaTo'YhTpspC i Sa 8 .
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Specializing In Bibles. !
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Gifts and Sunday
Uted Cars 1707 N. Mill Orlando 425.9653 Mail order on all items.
1020 N. Orlando, GA 2-4541 Supplies.
Orang. - -- Cash or CredIt for Churches I Loaf Bread 2Ls31 ;
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