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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 29, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents

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84th Year No. 52 5c Per Copy Titusville Florida, Weelncbd.iApril 29 1964 21 I'lles: .: Today! __ Published Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays>>

I 'Personal Notice' Suggested For Zoning Changes I

Operation Clean Sweep' '; a $ On Protest Spot Made ZoningOn

I I I Highland

In order to personally inform

Set Here On Saturday : Rr proposed adjacent zoning property changes owners, Titus-of

idle City Council last night
authorized a study of letter
"Operation clean sweep" will groups will also start at 9 arm and the overhead pass. The building was dangerous and I| writing and other method of
get under way on the downtown and will work on the shouldersof "We think downtown Titus leaned badly as if ready to fall. public Information.

strtit Saturday morning the hlghwa, picking up all vine should put its best foot Mrs Bernice Warren, Negro Counrllmun R S, Nunnall
Jjycees: assisted by other vol. trash bottles papers, etc.. be forward' during this big cleanup chairman for Pride Month and introduced a motion authorizing
uuteers, are asking motorists not twcen Titusville High School activity and we're going to particularly during the Clean the Titusvtlle Planning and
to park along Hopkins and try to help out After all, every Up, Fix-Up Week" which runs I r Zoning Bourd to study a methodof
Washington Avenues between tourist passing through sees the through May 2, has done a com; having developer write let-

South and Garden Streets be- Not In Street downtown area. Perhaps our mendable job, according to Mr. ten to property owners within
ginning at 9 a.m. Saturday activity will encourage some Hilda Cowart, overall chairmanof WO feet of the property tot

'The "young men of action" are property owners to da some the clean-up week Mrs. War which the zone change Is applied -
City Council last night adapted ren instrumental In havingthe lie also asked for
going to sweep these two streets cleanup on their own", Chandler was a
at part of the big Pride clean-up a resolution making it un concluded shack torn down, and has a study of using appropriately
campaign this week, ending a lawful to deposit, sweep or in FEC coordinated the efforts of the Ne colored suns being placed on
Street between the "
month of paint up, clean-up fix any manner cause, dirt paper, railroad and Park Ave. has ira citizens in the campaign ...... -----------.1 the properly. Indicating that
refuse, debris or unsightly This class at Gibson Three Bill the Colonial zone changes for the property'
up, etc Herman Chandler is any taken on a noticeable change as morning, a : HONORED TODAY courgeous Myers of Lounge treat
project chairman. articles to be intentionally deposited Negro citizens have pitched in School began construction teen-agers were honored this morning and ed the three to lunch along with the respective la being asked These methods

Chandler asks downtown\ on city streets or sidewalks to dress up their area during of a sign at Sylvan Park on at noon by city and county officials: The dignitaries and they were presented would be used along with the
merchants to sweep off their Pride Month. South St The sign is to be con two girls and the boy were picked up at certificates from the chamber and accepted method of legal adver
sidewalks either late Friday or The resolution is aimed at pie One of the stiucted of brick and will designate school: this morning by Fire Chief Brownat each given a $25 savings/ : bond from First thing
most extreme
early Saturday, so that the venting merchants from sweep. the area as Sylvan Park. 9 a.m. and taken to the fire station National Citizens and Brevard National The resolution came after a
has been the
changes demolish. The whole has takenon honored made Banks The three honored for group of residents of Highland
clean-up will be a complete one ing trash and dirt from stores to ing of old shack which for city as a where they were by being : were being
sidewalks or streets and to keep a better appearance, whichis honorary fire chiefs and given certificatesof saving a 3-year-old boy's life,over the past Terrace were present to piotest
The Jaycees, plus the Boy trash from collecting city many years stood on the cor evidenced by driving around Merit by Lt W. J, Bohannon of Titus weekend Left to right; Lt Bohannon, what they termed "spot zoning'
Scouts and students from Parkway street and sidewalks. on ner of the railroad and South the area. Many unsightly lots ville police and Sheriff Leigh Wilson, Dennis LaSage, Commissioner Faulk Di- of a SO foot lot on the cornerof
Junior High and Titusville Street, known as "The LittlePlace" have been cleared, by tho They were also greeted by Chamber of anna LnSaRe. Chief Brown Sue Dartram Meadowhurst and Highlan4
High will The resolution is in .
up the sweepup keeping properly owners or by the city Commerce President Pat Blumer and and Sheriff Wilson.-(S-A Photo). Terrace about a month ago.
by attacking the sides of U. with Greater Pl'ide'l campaign, Formerly a market for fresh with permission of the property County Commissioner Gus Faulk At noon, These property owners said afUr .
S. 1 in a second phase of the in progress now, for a city wide vegetables, the little shack had owners. the zoning board had recommended *

cll'an-up. clean up.I become an eyesore and had become IDousewivt'i' husbands and denial of the zone
Chandler said that these surrounded by high weeds. change they felt the matter
children are seen in yards, mowing was
raking and cleaning; Improvements Crusade Fund settled, but when it went before
to home are taking Cancer Tops the council It was passed '"'
place, Council members explained!'

Direct Telephone ProgramTo Mrs. Cowart said that the that the split vote of the zoning
campaign is gaining momentum board find the lack of protest on
I in the last hall of the week and the zone change at the council

she expects even greater Improvement 30 Per meeting prompted them to vote(
before till "'w!ekitdy J9,64Goal By Cent in favor of the change

Promote North Brevard on Satufdajr* "A.J.: .., Clyde' Taylor, Mayor at South

"The: Important thing" she ... ." Miami Beach, appearing before
said, "Ia the experience gained Mrs, Jayhugh B Leutwylcr, Beta Sigma Pill I spearheaded by Mrs. Leutwyler toihe;& Moose; tlie"'rouncit 011 'another matter,'
this year, will help us ini- clinlrrrtn of the North Brevard this year's campaign under MrsLeutwjln Lodge and the Rainbow Gulf told the council his city used the
By Bill Lyerlyts- merce president and manager of ville, Florida, the Space Capital measurably in clean-up campaigns Area for the 1964 Cancer Cru- ', president of Zi Delta fIr f their help In the drive letter method along with the
Fire Chief Jim Brown is Titusville's Southern Bell Telephone of the World" The words "T!- to come." sadii announces that over $3- Mu The emir chapters par Anyone who was not contact legal advertising and felt it was
leaving tomorrow to tal/e' delve office, has arranged for a tusville, Florida" and "Space 50000( has been collected in this ticipaiing wore Theta Omicron ed during the drive may mull very successful
ery of two new city_ fire trucks direct telephone line between the Capital" will be in large letters, Interact Club area during the month of April, Eta Eta and Phi Beta MuSpodal their contribution to P O Box In other action the council:
Yor Elmira Heights Kiwanis! Club standing out over the rest to thanks extended 1178, TltUKvlllc. Approved ordinance rezomotfpioptrty
at Elmira New *. 1I'C",11l' be exceeding the goal of $2,700 set : were
and the Greater Titusville Kl give the Impression, "Titusville, owned by Bernard
accompanied by Lt Harold Wil for the area.
wants Club which also meets on Florida Space Capital" Charter llcrsch and located on Harrison
merChief Monday night Loud speakers will Plans have been made for the ProgramMembers Mrs Lcutwyler expresses her Five Local Teenagers Charged M extension from GU to Band
Brown and. .t. }VVilmer. be installed at both ends of the congressional delegation to meet of the newly formed deepest thanks for this magnificent C.1 classification to allow a
will drive the trucks baclMo 11tusville
lines to allow conversation audIble the Titusville Fire Department Interact! Club at Titusville High response to her chairmen! shopping center and service
for the entire audiences. officers at the Capitol in Wash. School and their fathers will be captains and workers; but mostof With Burglary Grand LarcenyShouts vtatlun
The above two paragraphs are Zack Strickland Public Information ington for photographs. Probablyon guests of honor at a dinner all to the wonderful people! Approved rezoning applies
news but not senational news; Officer for NASA will hand will be Sen George tion for Tom Yoder
of North Brevard who so rezoning
not enough to create excitement meeting of the Titusville: RotaiyClub gave five local teenagers have been breaking into I the Western Alto
any attend the Monday night Smathers and Congressman Ed
/ meetingof
to this property located at
generously ( worthy cause. corner of
but there Is more to this the Kiwanis club here and Gurney.The Thursday at Whispering charged with burglary and ,ranlIUl'l'ny Store In Magnolia Plaza, Del' Ronald
The four of Street and Park Ave
area to
Hi'ls! Country Club, chapters Motel, Siesta Mold, Titiuvllls
story: more alter the showing of the film In two trucks amt! their" diIv after they were appro allow Intents
twice and Rivcrvlew apes
The will at 30pm High School ,
Chief Brown is EI 1 Elmira, the Kiwanians meeting! begin : Bohannnn
going to there ers are expected to be home on herded by Lt W J. Adopted ordinance
School twice.At allowing
mira, New York with Lt. Wilmer may ask questions which will he Saturday, May 9. No meeting will be held tit Coffee TomorrowFor end Tony Saldanu of the Investigation zoning change
as requested by
to got the fire trucks, but in answered from Titusville by Blumer and other chamber officials the regular time at noon to Mrs. KellyA department of the Titus the different places consld!. Mrs It D. Fulton to permit anK
doing so, one of the best campaigns Strickland and other NASA and feel the benefits derived morrow.It vine Police. cradle damage was done sal l .3 zoning to allow
of 'sell Titusville' will be Cape personnel who are mem will officially be charter toffee will be held for Mrs taken construction]
from the trip will be tremendous They were: Charles Green, IS: items money were of
carried on by these two men with hers of the Titusville club and "I believe close to one.quarter night for the Interact Club ani, Scott Kelly, wife of Gubernatot I Dennis Green, 13; Byron Welch About $211.1( ) was taken from the between apartments Main! and on Brown Ave.,
the aid of the Chamber of have knowledge of the moon program of a million people will see those guest! speaker will be Al La. al candidate Scott Kelly, tomorrow 13; Andy Efferson 15, and Sam two motels since last Wednesday Denied Tom Yoder Tropic: St
Commerce and the Committee of signs and the trucks," Blumer Veillp. past district governor( morning at the Community my Shumaker, 13 Also charged and all of It had been spent for ( for rezone( approval
100 At this Elmira meeting, Brown said "and the name Titusville, Room of the Citizens Bank, beginning wa James Lane, age 15, for ro B B guns, movies, rifle shells, property located westof
Pride SalutesIn adjacent to the railioad
On Monday night May 3, Chief will pass out brochures depictingthe Florida." at 8:30. cawing part of the stolen monry <'tc. ,
north of Gibson School. The
Brown and Lt. Wilmer will at industrial advantages of Chief Brown stated, "We will further appreciation for All rf Mrs Kelly's friends and Bohannon reported that the The youths were turned over to
tend a meeting of the Elmira North Brevard to members of take advantage of all opportunIties the splendid cooperation during anyone wishing to meet her urn boys were taken Into custody) the juvenile department after the request was to allow the constiuction -
Heights Kiwanis Club and will the club in this highly Industrialcity } to sell Titusville on the way Pride Month" In Titusville, cordially invited to attend Monday and latter admittedand city completed Its Investigation of apartments
show that club a color and sound home" Pride Inc today salutes: Approved special use permitfor
movie entitled, "U.S. Manned On the trip backs banners will On thing is sure ,Two modern First Federal Savings & Loanof Glen Hytr! to allow an Econo.
Lunar Expedition", provided by be placed on the two large Am streamlined fire truck with Titusville and Indian River Jeers, Applause They're All Political Car Kental business at service
NASA erican LaFrance fire trucks with large banners on them will sure City for their beautification effort station at I.opklns: Ave. and
Pat Blumer Chamber of Com the lettering: "In Route to Titus. ly attract attention. *. Gulden SLDenied
a application for C. W,
';':' Biff CowdAt RallyShouts Daneubcirj, requesting property
located at northeast corner of
Biyvljw St! and Washington
Ave re.zoned to allow cat
jeers applause and a located hero because of the was a great honor a
number of loud remarks high weather and fine schools. Operate Howard K Warren, Democratic
lighted North Erevarrl's first full a marina Said he would : candidate for Representative Reviewed phns for addition to
fledged political rally Monday work( for local legislation, believes Group 1 Pointed out he \Vh: pering Pines Trailer Park
night in the Indian River City gas tax money should be has resi led in the state 22 years, tit. determine what variance the
Civic Center returned to the counties for ear has been an attorney for 14 council would allow before piOceed.ng -
Legislative candidates spore to marking into primary and secondary years, down t believe in laws for with variance applies-
a full-house, with a number of roads, would work for special interest group, felt the hon by owner, Clyde Cowhn
rN v,, people deciding they'd rather retreat modernization of the state con people of North Brevarl had tM Gave permission to Herbert! Sand .
to the comfortable confines oblation, work for greater opportunities right to vote on consolidation Rxlney Thompson to sublease
cif their home than to stand as In the blather( education! whether they liked! consolidationor the cit),owned Titusvlll
many latecomers were furred bracket, primarily by pushing for not felt it was wrong that l2iiiig Per, subject to lea..
to. contracts with I, private colleges to these people bad an appointed confmriini' to the provisions oft
i Master of ceremonies Paul provide educational facilities at council and different set t of taxes !it! existing leae
Wiley kicked the meeting off at laving to taxpayers thrust on them, said he wxill' .. Approved plat of unit 18 oiInd
eight: (o'clock James II. Prultt Democratic If elected seek to undue, this actIon ,an River Heights.
In 10-minite' opening speeches, candidate for Representative, and lei the people vote on It Tern Ittcd loading zone to be
candidate laid before the group Croup: 1 Stressed his six'year, Said he was for careful study of designated 11Iront of First
the reasons why they felt they of service, calling attention to bulkheaillng problems, inmasH Mttnodiat t Chinch to be used \In
should be elected the fact that he Is the only can teacher salaries!! and would find connection with church kindergarten .
: ---- ... ; Herschel K Mays Republican' (Ii late for the House( of RrpresiDtatives out what the people( want ani do )
; "'i i t- candidate for Mouse of Kfpresentatives. >> with any leghlati\e!! it 'Granted; Fisher Construction
& ; ,. I, Group 1 Trsced his life experience Said that he 'dulnt R. W. Grady Rep can'tldate\
..- ..'\.. :, ...au :. __ ................' from birth in Kansas a move In pirate everybody', In previous for Representative, Group 2 if Co iils.a. 2H feet variance: in Forest

California, service in the Air sessions, but that he did what he Said he moved to the county In
POLITICAL RALLY- Paul Wiley, center was chairmanof sigh, Rep Jim Prultt Howard K. Warren Wiley, R. W. force, later In defense Industry, felt was best for the county 103U and operates a moving: and' for Granted Lewis :anA similiar Brown variance
the political rally at the Civic Center in the Indian Grady, Herschel K. Mays, Virgil Schenck and Rep Jim 'with B-17 production during Pointed out that h. hal, been storage business has been activeIn for houses Builders,
River City area Monday night. The occasion was the Dressler. In far right: corner is Mrs Clare Simms, time World) War II, liter founding his chofe: as one of IS legislators on chic affairs, the only nun In presently under coosfurtlon -
introduction of state legislative candidates to the public. keeper for the rally! .-(S-A Photo). own laboratory business t to( airyhe a pre.sesiion committee, which, running In his group: with government Gardendale
Left to right, are John Q Murphy Senator Bernard Par- the missile Industry He said! weald set up committees etc. ,experience. now serving Approved! variance request
be had looked the country user for the Uo3: session, and said this S.. IHC Rally On Pa$. > Bnvd's Gulf Service station.71I J

... .

2 Tltwsvllle (''UrU a) Star-Advecito,
Wednesday, April 21, "ifN
Special Exams Breaks 1.6 Inches DroughtA Rain Wilson Considering Establishing

I .IRC Rally Well Attended! Suggested For broken that month hue officially long y..ftrdiy drought measured with wa aisle Traffic Accident Prevention UnitThe

Contractors 1.60 Inch., according to alarming death toll on mission requesting they get
with him and discuss til
Brevard County's highways has gether
Frank Roof, local U, S. wooth-
[L Continued From Page 1) money was needed after peopleof he had tent out about 3,200 to all of water and sever firma. er observer prompted Sheriff Leigh Wilsonto pressing problem, but to datj
the area had donated "their registered freeholders In the area Asked for an explanation of A resolution waiving building "It rained all up In the ham. consider establishing traffic has received no reply to the r

,,un the Rockledge city council, pockets empty" in constructingthe concerned, had received back what lands were included In the permit fees for construction of mock and not Just near the accident prevention unit using quest
fleeted as the top man in a race original portion. Said he over 1,900 with the In Jets Parrish Hospital was not fund
majority City of Cape Canaveral bill bit rain gauge," Roof pointed the sheriff's contingency Wilson said, "I would like t ut five Has been studying the didn't propose consolidation of favor. acted upon last night by Titus- .
opponent Introduced that hadn. out. The li located This contingency fund, available have the opinion of the enmesh
Mate constitution to learn more Titusville but took it up because Parrish definition of a registered been before Parrish yule City Council. Instead an al. gauge
some law the sheriff committing these
near Arthur Dunn Airpark.A by state to sion before
about the government, will oCfkUU felt it was necessary so freeholder in Florida is ot the lands around Port Canavl ternate resolution was submitted "
that growth/ would not be slight rain .13 of an only upon request, amounts to funds to this use.
tight for equitable apportionment < stymied property owner and registered eral. The man asking the by Councilman Ed Willb..
hf: the legislature, believes two Said the creation and a- voter tion said "I wrote that charter guef Inch: fell on Monday. $20,000( lIe indicated the use of the I

party system Is here to stay, bolishment of cities is one of the Dressier freeholder Is a property and the city limits are txactM Wills moved that the city setup According to Roof this lathe Sheriff Wilson states he safety patrol, consisting of ra-l

feels State Road Departmentneeds powers given to the legislature.Said owner not necessarily reg. the same now as they were lJrllf fpcclal examinations when first rain aince Much 21. has written the County Com dar-equlpped areas of highest '

to be expanded and re-organized he tried to bring the private istered! voter. Said he was not Inally. There has beenchange" necessary for aub-eontractori to "saturate areas of highestfatah'les'

would make SRD members water companies serving the IRC given opportunity to see the .. and to waive the requirementthat Karl To Be On Channel 9 TonightLocal in the county
responsible to legislative area under local control but that "Parrish" postcard ballot and( Asked if he would agree to d' contractors must have occupational
delegations and not to the governor his opponent had amended it so didn't know of others who had bate the Issues with Dreislcf licenses. Willis said 'Before long we'll be on an,

oppose toll roads, advocates that they were excluded. Ended checked it. Asked why not do Parrish answered that he would) ; he thought this would expedite supporters of Fred Karl and the second from 10 to 11 IBM system that will let us pin.

annual session, believes by saying that if the people away with voting and "just send not, tbat he bad appeared Innumerous construction of the hospital. for governor call attention to two p.m. point the dangerous areas and

:fcaa tax distribution la grossly un didn't feel that consolidation in a postcard for candidate of debates with Dresslef1 scheduled appearances over lIe also has scheduled appear saturated' patrolling might curtail .
The North Brevard
fair.John was working for the bettermentof your choice". before, that there bad "been err District Board had Hospital Channel 9, television, tonight awes on Friday, Saturday and the slaughter on our road

Murphy, Demo candidatefor the majority and to the advantage Dressier said that an water ough of this foolishness' 'and that resolution waiving requested contractor a The first is from < 1.08:30: p.pn. Sunday, and highways," he stated

Representative, Group 2 of tremendous growth of companies must go to the county h. was going to UM the time license
A real estate operator and vet. the area, then they should vote commission to obtain a franchise until the primary to continue ,to requirements and to

trail, would fight with aU power for someone else. But that if they first, thus there is local control get out and meet the people. waive building permit fees.

possible for the needs of the did feel it was working, they The council did not discuss the
rnunty, feels the SRD Is making should support him
waiving of building fees,
H mistake in proposing to four- Virgil( Schenck lr., Rep; candidate but Cleveland
Jjne the Banana River Bridge on for Senate Asked Pruittto City
had recommended In
(20 and not the Jndian River pick him out a good parking w Talmadge COOLYOURMfftoulsfre

Bildge, feels state tax picture space. Said he was a "real live a, StiN, )X! dead of waiving the fees, that
the refund the fees the
city to
should be examined, bulkhead Republican" and pround of It.
fines should be needy but not Pointed out that the Republican S1SEIl bospitul board

reedy, fair apportionment symbol was a elephant and the

necessary, docs not believe In Democratic symbol a jackass.
annexation, or consolidation with. Said that the people of Florida Man Wanted In

out a vote of the people, against had been under jackass rule for r.d.

extension' of the sales tax to groceries 100 years and up to this time they

and medicine. )had no choice-Just one donkeyor ,: 4 Seminole HeldA

James Dressler, Demo candidate another, Pointed out that

for State Senate Says this Democrats had done mostly talk man wanted in connection

race is not one of Individuals but ing and little action, and listed with. a grand larceny charge In

Of philosophy of government, subjects on which this had happened Seminole County was. apprehender -

rays the people are supreme and as constitutional revision, here Thursday by Deputy

that the government derives pow. fair apportionment, Brevard ric-i Earl Futcb of the TitusvlUe Sheriff NEW 1964 G-E .

er from those who It governs, County roads, the State Road Department *!r. 'i office.

said that his opponent apparently Interstate 95, schools, A + f. t 4 ,. ak sla
!fjidn feel that people of consolidated taxes Claimed that the people ; h 3c '',' Aai a' t r C 2 Bruce Ishamcl White, 20, and
i 4 Carl Eugene Bayes, 21, white
area of North Brevard had been "politically seduced by } j"3a
males were driving 1957 Ford
and a
honeyed words" asked the
bad) "sense enough" vote on Installs quickly. -
people to judge the future by the M f bearing Ohio tags which fit the ?
the consolidation question, said 1 Cool .
you handsomely ,,
J that Royal Oak property was be. past. 111 r h teletype description received
log drained with public money on Questions and answers jollowedt from the fiantord office, when

Funds backed up by the city, laid : spotted by Deputy Futcb Upon

jo one had filed an objection on Among .answers. were: questioning the subjects, it was $11995 I
water problems in tile iRC determined they were the wanted 'pI Ar10/
area Warren felt )homestead exemption CANDY CONTEST Shown above is the candy contest

pith the Stat Health Depart law was antiquated and display at the Indian River City Winn Dixie: store. It isa men. .t

assent issued a challenge to his believed it should be abolished or contest with the personnel of the winning store receiving The subjects) had In their pos. SLEEP COOl TONIGHT-Especially tfe-

round the county, Said( he voted Parrish city limits of Titus. two 22 rifles when apprehended. ing for undisturbed rest :
It destroy controls on milk and villa did not purposely "skirt" two. White was wanted in Seminole '
his opponent voted to continue packing houses South limits were Dobalian Fined county for the theft of a chainsaw FITS MOST wiNDOws-Fits easily In sash ;lip _

Diem. Said there had been too set a quarter mile south ot High 'I, : Z valued at approximately $159: windows from 26*to 39'/i' wide. Removes
much delay in four.laning U.S. 1, r 'for ,, Ulhtwilht. .will. built..di-tloiurt peal
way 50 to take in most of the de. ., and admitted the larceny upon easily .t. ail ,
.4j my inttiilUioD-u mnylti" )
But the state was $500 million In veloped property and the north $$250 Or 90 DaysVaughn ''I being returned there by Seminole
debt to the teacher retirement limit was just north of the hospital authorities. I
Cind He said that upon his demand "two miles south of the II
a bill creating the Titus. l Bayes is being/: held in the Tltusville -
packing bouse" he has an interest Dobalian, 40, former .
)'ll1e.Coeoa Airport Authority asa : 1 I Sheriff Department
in Cape engineer, received a sen-, mow. J
taxing body changed to4 jail on' two traffic charges and
was I tr CENTURY
yarrlsh| consolidated area I tenet of a 9250 fine or 90'day*
>provide> public bond sale: Said he ''include' a 308 acre tract In Indian and a suspended 12.month. jail investigation I
was for abolishing ail mmes- River City, and two other I
jentlal departments in state government citrus tracts In North TitusvlUe, sentence yesterday upon plead. =
jog guilty to conspiring to have Pleads PORTABLETV
and cited the veteran affairs In which he held an interest. Deyo
his wife killed. *
department as one that
Parrish 90 per cent of the la T
Should be abolished. included in consolidated the defensewas
property Chief witness for t
:Bernard Parrish, Demo can."idate Titusvill had applied for or indicated his wife, ;Shirley, whom he Guilly TuesdayDale ;
for State Senate Said he
application for annexation
admitted trying to 'hire I killed
{vas running on his record of to the city, this included I Victor Deyo, year-old fl
and with whom he is now living. What a companlonl! Centtury' \
service not only as a senator but large tracts as well as the old BocUodge. youth indicted at the "
Judgo Tom Waddell, Jr., of the .
smartly styled polystyrene 4
3s a county commissioner. Point city area. March tern of the Grand Juryon
Court of Record, told Dobalian cabinet with
ed out he was commissioner Warren ,teachers salaries charges of rape of a Rock- smart
:when the first fire truck was need to be raised drasticallywith his efforts to hire an undercover ledge woman last November, die-dast chrome handle says

purchased for the IRC area, the the money to come from agent to kill his wife was a NEW EMPLOYEE Ben Busby entered a plea of guilty to the "take me along." So compact
Jr. is associated with
first road In IRC was repaved, better distribution of state funds 'heinous\ offense" and conductnot now Kinj-' lesser charge of assault with In. yet In every respecta
drainage was accomplished for Dressler new charter in the acceptable to society. man Carpenter Insurance Agency tent to: commit rape In Circuit full fledged TV set -
the area west of the railroad, the bill passed for the City of Cape according to Walter Carpenter Court here yesterday. complete with 19" "Day. "

(3at law was passed to, aid the Canaveral had nothing to do with Judge Waddell suspended the vice-president of the firm. light Blue" screen I I r

subdivisions of the IRC area, expansion of the city limits as month county jail sentence Busby, also an employee of Boeing Judge Volie Williams ordered ONLY

:when zoning was passed. He listed claimed by his opponent, but set fur a period of 24 months. Co at Cape Kennedy, will bo an examination of Deyo by I

his aid to engineers, to ed up regulations of collection of employed on a part time basis two court appointed psychiatrists 95 ;
Station through the East-Central no property tax, and had been Dobalian was arrested Dee Busby hat competed several extensive with their report return 139

Florida university GENESYS given to the legislative delegation 23, 1963 by Sheriff's deputies courses In Insurance, and, able to the court on May 7. W/T
after he under.
program, expanded FICUS pro.scam before he (Dressier) had ever Is qualified in the field of life and The crime to which he was
bond Issued for higher education. been elected to officeDressier cover man in connection with health and accident insurance allowed to plead guilty carriesa Matching Base FREEI SAM202YBG

Pointed out tnat he had never representedFirst having<< his wife killed. Dobalian Busby Is very active In North maximum sentence of 20 year

voted for the milk commission to Florida Utilities, never re said lie was emotionaUy disturbed Brevard civic affairs, and is a In the stat penitentiary

J&ntlnue milk controls because ceived $1 from the firm, persona! at the tme, resident of Donna Drive I
each controls had held the price books open to CPA and his opponent In ether court action, the trial

H) milk down to the same level to check, never introduced or of Earl Raymond Lance, 34, GIFT I GUARANTEED Flush.awaydralnpump. II

as 10 years ago. Said that his voted for consolidation bill, considered Local Couple Wins Trip To Mexico Charged with first degree murder soft particles av/ayf
fought the North Brenerd the
Jpponent consolidation bill for In November, 1963 slay 1

hospital bill almost all the Cocoa.Rockledge but threw it out ing of George Brookle at the
Mr and Mrs Fred T. Stroud Cotter Motor Co of which Mr. TO PLEASE MOTHER
Way through, even though taxI when Informed i that city council Trading Post Bar in Melbourne No Installation needed 1 1
Jr. plan to leave next week on .Stroud is sales manager, for top
of Rockledge opposed It. went to the jury Lance's de '
a week's (trip to Mexico City rank in sales of Ford and Mercury _
Parrish said results of poll tense was that he acted in self 1
a1a\"hLt6(6frw '( find ACApulco, Mexico. They cars during the six Moves
.. he took on consolidation were past defense and shot Brookle after anywhere on easy
:: checked by people not from the will travel by plane months. All expenses will be he had been knocked down by l "
rolling casters!
consolidated area and notarized I Ito The trip was won by the Me- paid by the Ford Motor Co him several times I

him as to correctneu, that 251.j ,I

were accompanied Uy nasty ,'et. / Mf oty after If within 30 days you'renot
tens, that about 250 were accompanied 1&

I REMEMBERiMOTHER by letters indicating"from FOR BEST IH LOCATION I KING'S GRANT on Fnke Boulevard j d om il1f completely satisfied ::1
"wild to mild enthusiasm, that kr.
| Iud| South of Reckledge Country Mend with your Mobile Maid

TlrutvlUe (Florida) Star-Adv.cst. FOR YOUR, BEST'HOME BUY Club and Barton Avenye. Zsin: ebif i,
: 1sb kint,dry!'eia return it and get your ,I
xetabn.h.e IMPPubllihxl FAIRWAY SOUTH on Hike
r SATISFACTION! eutoniiq "9cte e money backl) (That's how

: ONtier W.d..do 1oI0nd.* >o'rhlo,..,. i Choose f from ,the six outstanding Country Boulevard Club across from Rxkledge GUARANTEED confident A
we are you'lllove
By Tltuvlll Star.

10 @ At Tb A4voct. atar-,Advocat.Inc. I I home communities, by Breyard'slargest COllEGE MANOR ESTATES at .a OR BACK MONEY till)

Day, May as Mala Building aW.t I i qvolity horns builders. Cltorlak Road and Dixon L
Tltuivtll. Pla.arreo I Boulevard In the heart GENERAL ELECTRIC "

With e gift of fine |jewelry . : I Why Par Rent? You can buy a of Cocoa.

frttches, Diamonds, rings, pins, Mr.Henry. Haul H. g Hudo Hudson.. Pro., V-.P. L home for l less! CATALINA ISLE EStATES 0* XI'A, Mobile Maid $139 95Automatic i
Jwoll. charms, eorrlngt, etc.r Robert H Hudxm. a.cyTr.u. fI
May show IwIm.sT north from 520 Couieway for
from I we you our
Lcoad (:1. gotta a paid at Tit.. waterfront
villa. Florid. Call AM 7-7141 er M1SUS (day er living. AUTOMATIC

i JAY BEEJEWELERS lIEalB6al: : night If you need transportation.COSM6POI1ITAN. IMPERIAL ESTATE! pn Highway! 50
Florida Pr... "._1....
iealual a: ".".' d..dMi.aHenry lust a half.mile 'wett/ of U.S. J
f1 1 and nearest cominvnltjf It i
H Hudson. Publlihcr 1'\.4 1I
Ht but H. Hlld.... kiiltor: NASA Cauitwav
D..U Dunn, Adnrtlilnf Mir
Wllllim O. Ly.rly.' Circulation tlgrMb IRENTWOOaf ESTATES en Garden Sales & 1

INDIAN RIVER PLAZA .crlptlo. KatM Street In Dtwiville. pries Appliance

INDIAN RIVER CITY Pr C rrUr In North Brtvard CO"STR'VU. J.O'DATION west from US.1.)J.IItA
I I Yr. use t M.. HOP t Mo. ,..00 \J. SerVIce
"The Store With '"' YA. NYEtJTI0g1E11NANilNO""
A Conscience"Phone Tt. MM I Mo."MM a M*. S3.00Out.U. Brevard's Largest Quality Home Builder Phoae KH 7-101 or 638-833

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A 1-ROLL Ph.rm w,. Rose GARDEN
Far pain relief

PAPER TOWELS9' i&& '_ SATURDAY, MAY 9-Mmy///. : i rr1 dL2O GLOVES i 19e REG.;.29c

.1)( E 4/ 1 IIXAIL AEROSOl
Mwy; High spetd Ruby red,spicy havoc Pint. Amber color;Pint. Cool, rtfreshlnf,I oz. 1 I' SHAVE CREAM

MIXING BOWL a 39c --"" 120, 6, :::1z'l; RN rre 2lertJp0r RNna 2a 90t R.a see 2a 7Cr I lavender a.regular. or:'d :jm' i BRUSHES REG 69e' 19c

....$J.2i,,56t IIXAU MXAll POIYMUUION IXAU ... : rb /", ,
500 FREE TV STAMPSI without eal-, AXALL

REPELLANT REG.169 89c Children Vitamins Chewable lOO'i AdultorlPfanl129. tablet: .Vi jr., 100tiblitJ. "...R... It, Finn 12" "or.or mint flavor ::; ASPIRIN COUGH SYRUP REG 89C
'FJ 5 fate
ZEST TABS 2.a.Sit 2f". 54c *... ,,,21.,40, 2for J. 90 .... a, 2/.r6Qr none finer 11"or taster utin I 1.59
f .e. 2rer10c
R.t 2 for $3.49

GARDEN HOSE w' $$1.49 .IULL Reg. 1.49 For LOTIONDurb 1 I or rubs, Mesh NYLONS or i.r regular.I rP knit. DENTAL NEEDS HEATING( \! PAD vf. $$3.95PANOVITE

i h VITAMINS 1.28 II,..,.,2for99cENVELOPES ....?. 2f* 90cICIMONT 2,. 120 KllHIO
REG ':' :::: deficiencies..... .. ADHESIVE Social, BALL POINT Aduld nrieft On,. **s. **'
FLASHLIGHT 19c 7a' '' !. lm f'n.
: : J
"c' 1 ; TAPE address,erim.lI. PENS l\I REG.
22 t turn IIIY.rltty.wlt1l C'\\ w neat tt.tu'ii' *fofjJl HAIR DRESSING 77cAIR
99 10 ids.x YI"cr plain Long lastmf tnvelopct.tN U lie NtTUML. Illlrit
M> !5 I yds.21L 1". tit tit2packi26c disposable .... U1 H'um dune 2 for.739Ic

For Dry Hair VASELINE r'=' CRt7E SET a. ".2 for 44C ",;.". 21w 40c 2/,,.2.01 AEROSOL
L Regular or for CIIUMI.I .. RO-BALL Aerosol mist jlvei 24-hour 89e DENTAL Rean o.rou PLATE BRUSH CAR SEATVENTILATOR STERNOcan
2f 70c for,10
Hard to Hold Hair. ao.sy, Rolls on 24 hour protection. protection. ,

SHAMPOO TONICRegular I 11..1.51:::' 21N 1.51 'OU.0"2....". ,.. 21 or 9ft,, ,.'/:? 2/or70c f.f./M Jfa.QOe BC POWDER 0UT"flEX 3.....ADHESIVE., 2 for.99

1.00 1.09 s + .
MINI a UOIIf Regular 2.69
59cPure 7cCREME "5 BUFFEREDPEXALLASPIRIN Aac.rbie A"J; Tahiti, fhl.iftoHr"ech/Wf./ blNS Many BILLFOLDS attractive WATCHBANDS

.".f" .. Lm tMIlo up1tt tlomlcll Ass It"mi. 100', ........2 for .46J 100'l2fof .71. i styles, $$1-98 Chrome Plate S Cell
: ....... .2 for 1 1.41 0.e.tn Nrra,.
..bl..N 2,99 77c 90"m| 100'I for .71 '.41 E1OO's ? A. I ea j/e11.01(
:::: 2/a
White 1.21 50."mg.100..2for2.21 2.99 : '*lH
111 100 m| lOOt .2for 1.20 SPOTLIGHT
r'rsa 2hrL51
._......2/for .60
2for JM111250ini
PA. 1001
in loo-mi
Creme DeveloperCLAIROL H A I R S9c RUBBINO ALCOHOL .... .. .30 ls2250"mg.100'5 2 for 2.54 : ? lie AIR REFRESHER i.roiol
.. COUGH DROPS ..-- .2 for loo's.or1.20 2 for .99
29e $PinX' lewnnt9Bc .............._.... f 4 71500 mi 1001 2 for 410 1.11 INSECT REPILIENT .r.iot, 9I7 ar.. 2 for 1 JO TOILETTISSUE I L
I3c BIOKtTJ lOTION Resell._....w_ .2for.n a.lacHEwAIUI.100'011 150'1 2f for 3.20 VITAMIN BCOMPLIXItrlilitJ INSECTICIDE i.o.ot ? ? 2 for .88 I

R I N S E BODY MASSAGE ACID Ointment..................-..-?.?. 2(for .36 VITAMIN B12Cenonrwt 2 60 Vilanln; I E.yN+dn 1.IJ MOTH PROOFH wro.cl ? 2 for t 1.98
Regular 60cDEHYDE Regular 98c 35e BORIC CAlAMINE lOTION ......._....__......-..2 for .60 *Tabloi' Comy II iMiooi ._2for2MOIRRITI IC MOTH CRYJTALJ. R..H, i )a.?. -., 2 for .90 I Regular 1.19
59c! COMPOUNO ....-_._.....- ..2 for ..802 1.20 S.me I. lOO'i 2 for 1 1.21 5 CmNSIOM CORD in....... 2 for .60
39 COUGH SYRUP __-. for 1.30 Jjoiomci" loo i 2 far 2.31 l.r lit*Dtlmtntf 48c LIGHTER FLUID t.f. ? .... ........_.__,_,2 for .SO 4 ROLLS
49cMENNEN CASCARA .. -2 for .96 4.IS 25.met, Loo'2 for 4 18T 4 71 Tibiiti.'0'._ 2 for 418 4.IS SUPPORT STOCKINGS Spent 2 pair 4,98 59 C
-- .2 for .56 .is 90,net. loo i 2 for 718 Los Tonic II.,:- 2 for 2.10 7fc SHOWER CAPS .,..?. -- 2 for ..80SBC
I SALT ib w- 12c

PI-NT BOTTLE .. 45c COTTON SQUARES, RIIIII, ....._ .. 2 for.4' r 1 1.00 IOXED STATIONERY ". ........._".......2 for 101,2for10t
AEROSOL MIRIHIOUTE(fSiweroiil LIRy)?22 for .99 fl 490 BABY PANTS blooms style' .-.......--;-,..2 for.'0 1.N BOXED NOTES. ."_."..__.._.._._. ANTISEPTICLISTERINE
FORMA- SKIN I 1.69 FEVER THERMOMETER___.......-_.._2 for 1 1.70 69e AFTER SHAVE LOTION, Mull .._.". !,.". 2 for.70 29e TABLETS. ENVELOPES ,_..._._,,..."?.2 for.21
30c GAUZE BANDAGE 2".10 yds ?_?____.2 for .31 69c HAIR TONICS, Moll .- _.. __ 2 for.70 100 ENVELOPE PICk.. __ ,,210r.11 ASSORTED COLORS
149 NEOMYCIN4ACITRACIN OM._, ,2for 1 1.50 J9e SHAVE CREAM l IlYlflcltr .r.--- 2 for..71fnu
< 2 for.11
3.59 HOT WATER BOTTLE,Victor)*- 2 for 3.60 r .
4.59 COMBINATION SYRINGE Victorii' _., 2 for 4 60 'less,....Tn.n I.... It.... ,
Regular 69c 1.10 IOXED a Tr nbf.r SALE BUYSI. Regular 98c
Regular 200'. Dispo"abl. l
Il! bl..whltl Qullly tone. with ,
77c .. ,,
,. 69C
Ihll'l.' &S .phOnl. batt AND LOTIONS
R ego 2.19 ,m.tchl"1 ;: LtnusarrymE R ea. 198 ,, CREAMS
Lustre Creme 1.98" ... USI. i', 1.50_ COLD CREAM. ............ 2 for 1 1.51
$ 99c'
1.59' .
OLD SPICE LOTION 8.88 iffiI 1.00 CLEANSING LOTION ......... ...2 for 1.01 18C pkg.(

LIQUID 1.50 CLEANSING CREAM ......_....2 for 1.51 All Purpose EnamelFIXALL
AFTER ,- King.lla. f'' ::,:::. TOOTHPASTE I. '2:00: NIGHT CREAM .. .......... 2for2.01
i ;' QUIK 1 TOOTH 1L.1J: -- @ 2.50 HORMONE CREAM .... ... .2 for 2.51 Shelf Lining PaperMARVALON I

Regular 60c S H A V E -_..rb- .dhnlwBANDS V.:w"","d.". e.withl Color.... C lruehe lfl'r... 2-ot.SYRINGE wltH' .0181 5$. 1 rttr ..ar." 's' mwcr tu..... '.,. ;;J -1.00- SKIN FRESHENER .................2 for__1.01_ j /4 Pint

Regular 1.25 .... I., 1. 19 9 "a 2.59 3 tubes 89 Many Mor Items at Sale Prices Com* Early I Reg. 1.89 Roll

29c13OZ. 99c 19cZemool




NUTS LAMPS Regular 95c Regular 1.25 I
Regular 63c Regular lU5 .

37C can Regular 10.95 39c $$7.95 69c 2 for $$1.26 Regular 1.S989c Regular 1 1.1969c ;

$$4.99 :



Reg. 5.19 reg. 6.69 Theragram & WALLCLOCKS T H :

reg. 6.98 . $3.99 :
$$3-19 $$4-05 Theragram-M DUST PASTE

reg. 4.98. $2.99 .
Regular I )1'- 13 x 13"/ .
5 9S
Regular, 5 Pound.
Regular 1 7.89 Regular 83c
reg. 3.98 . $1 .99 ..

:' $$4.19 reg 2.98 . $1.5..9'55 69 12 pkg. 59c 46cINDIAN :



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Pag. 4 TlfvMlIU' (Florida' ) Star, Arfvecct W......./, April' 29, 1M4 JWC Rummage -

Sale SaturdayThis

past month has been
Kcarrance<< :: Your Rummage
/ 1'1j M',nth" for members of the TI.
WW News And Notes lusville Jr. Women's Club, and
/ De/ NortA Brenardi the will be bringing all their
Wj t tA
IV bargain together<< for a big rum
mace talc Saturda, May 2nd
m the Chamber of Commerce
Building on Washington Ave.
The doors will be open at 0 ,
4 > i111l aim sharp and everyone is in.
IJ- 1 viler! to attend and shop around.
IQ Mo-it :tens will be pi iced: under
a L rs
C $1.CO and there will be bargains A

jaloie y
It viu are looking for some
1 good buys here's the place to .; \.' ,
find them. On sale will be
1 j mm' uonuns, and children's
1II ilothnK:. toys, books small Ip-
o/ pliant:c', baby needs>> and many
rh ether items' ,
Be 511 rt! to set aside Saturdiy,
h \: May 2nd, us the day to shop at
1 tl.e Titusville Jr. Woman Cluo
Rummage; Sale.

p1. k Florida Greeters

.. y.r Plan Bake Sale |
& i
The Florida Greeters Newcomers .
., 4. Clue IS -jponioiing a t.It
hake Sale SJlurday fioin 400
tuoo! : p.in. ut Pirtle Plaza It f
t Oak''s. pies? cookies, brownieswill
bo on sale as well as home. -

made hoimholil items such as ___ __j
aprons pot holders, etc.
t ? Proceeds. of this sale will be MANCE OPENS GIFTS Joe Mance\ last week. Also pictured is Pat Sturchio
used for the purchase of sun right, it: holding one of the gifts he recenter( ) and Carl Mance (left). Stand
I porch furniture for the North ceived at a surprise party in his honor ing are Bruce Weaver and Billy Weaver.

THREE LOVELIES Three of the lovely young vocal- Uipvard County Home
Ma at Parkway Jr High's recent talent contest were Joe Mance Surprised By Friends At PartyJoe
FIRST PRIZE WINNERS Linda McClure, left and
from) left Connie Goldibury Ellen Webber and Becky Joyce Wallis Is
Marianne Gowan were awarded first prize in the recent Davidson. These talented girls were only three of the Mince, Titusville High Glen Chapman, Judy Smdall and Ken Morton.
.. Parkway Jr. High talent contest for their humorous many members of the Miniature First Nighters participating Cape NASA Employe School senior, was surprised by """---- i
comedy-dance as two female "hillbilly's". (Caibon in the show -Carlson( Photo). u group of lends and clans.
Photo), Joyce Lane Wall;", daughter of
Mr( unl- Mrs D. A. Taylor Jr., mates with a party at his home Thrills Chills Laughs Galore! JC')
---p Shiloh, is a clerk.stenographer in last t week, prior to his entering
> the Resources Office of the Nat. West Point Military Academy I
3 1-Acl Ghost Comedies
It tonal Aeronautics and Space Ad. Jily 1Among,

;- .H. !\ 1 I-: 'a pglfP ministration's John F. Kennedy (the group attendingwere Presented by
.. Space Center. Billy Walker, Boyd Wes MINIATURE FIRST NIGHTERS
The Kennedy Space Center singer. Mike Harvey, Trudy
; launches manned and unmanned Hilovsky, Kathy Hagler, Larry "It's. So Peaceful""Old
7 9f space vehicles including satellites !- Jarrcll Linda Lawrence, Jim Ghosts At Home" 'ADULTS

roe a Aw. 1 l f and space space program probes, In the nation's Di"tcrle Sturchlo. Shirley, Barbara McUeff.l'at pick "Ghosts At Midnight"Original i t

111. W
MIA. Aa r.at ab Mrs Wallis joined NASA after son, Marsha Slroud, Ricky Dick' ; Script for "Ghost* At Midnight" CHILD SOc
1 graduating from litusville High son, Bruce Weaver Diana Leon Written By Barbara Carlson and Kcba Parrott.Under 0Frail
School and Jones Business Col
ard Chris Bryles, Harriet Roe -
lege, Orlando, She resides\ presently -
.woo M., H r ... : in Titusville. co Cindy Boyd, Tncia Taylor. AT FLORIDA WONDERLAND
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.. FEMALE BEATLES' CuttintfTiaptrs at the recent i YOUR FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE
.. Parkway Jr High Talent show were this group of female i .
I. 'Beatles' The girls brought the house down pan Ii
tomiming one of the popular Beatle records and were "FIVE HITS AND A MISS" Second Prize in the recent TERRIFIC SAVINGS IN EACH DEPARTMENT !
: awarded second place in the contest, From left are Ly- Parkway Jr. High talent contest was awarded to a
.. a vonne Harvey as John, Sharon Mullins as Rm o, Iris Combo, "5 Hits and a Miss" comprised of PJH students.
: Peebles as Paul and Wendy Dooley as George.-(Cailson In front are Rickie Woodward, left and Pete MacLean. I
... Photo). In back, from left are Bob Hager John Duncan, Sandy
Trcadway and Mike Clark.-Carlson( Photo). SALE! FOR THE TEENAGER I IS

:.". '( w May Day Celebration At WH S L C S 3.99 pre Knee TicklerDRESSES $$5.91

.... I REG. 5.99 VALUE 2 For $7.00 E S E S $$6.91
.. Elementary School Friday . .

At !9 a m Friday, May lot, all Mrs Stiimlford Welsh. Mrs. Law. 3.99
p' the proud parents and preschool nnce Uehmlow Mrs. D. M. S SHORTS S . . Value 2.47
brothers and sisters of the __ .
(Z. ag I
_. IHm and I Miss Jean Wright: ,
+ chit livn attending Whispering
Musk Director, have spent a
I:\Hit invited to
Elementary are
II I Ricat deal of t:me and effort in
attend the first annual May Day
II making this first May Day celebration .
I Celebration to be held on the
a real success They also -
II school packing lot. MEN'S REGULAR 3 99
wish to thank all the teachers les LATEST STYLES
AI!'! parents who live within and parents who have helped In SWIM S I WEAR 1 1
I walking distance are urged to numerouspys. ; SHIFT S
walk in order to avoid a traffic
problem and those who drive --- -- Boxer and Stretch Styles
I are asktd( to kindly park on the. For Banquets and Parties BOYS 100" COTTON 8.99 DRESSES E S S E
playground; at the northeast corner WHISPERING HILLS

of the school grounds( COUNTRY CLUBAM SLACKS 1.88$ 3.94 loB 6.94
; HILLBILLY' ENTERTAINERS This unusual group The theme! for this year will bt
X : of "Hillbilly's"' delighted the audience at Parkway Jr "Paru: le of 1I01ida)s." I'crfur 7.6221
Green and Black
e High's recent talent! contest with several vocal renditions nonce will follow In this order: lge
: of) popular bonf From left are Mrs. Ruth Bailey, John Fourth of July 4th grade; COMPARE AT 2.99
i. r Hall, Miss:::; Nancy Youree, Ruth Chewning and Ken Gas- Italliwern[ 3 rd grade; St. Gabrltls Episcopal
:; 'J lin, all teachers at PJH.-(Carlson Photo). Thanksgiving 2nd grade; Church
I Christntay 5th Grade; Easter LADIES EYELETTE BATISTE

I : Cuyler School PTAThe -bth 1st trade: grade; and May Day COUNTY"Fun For FAIR The CHILDREN'S neg. 1.00. REVERSIBLEDUSTERS E E S I L E $$5.99

flOTILLA I CuylT 11'.'mentary School 1 The. clirrm of the event will
.I. INN PTA. will meet Monday nightat be the downing of the King and Whole Family" TENNIS s
800: in the school cafitoiium Queen 6th graders who were 7.7 C L. $$6e9S
: Makti! It Possible to SATURDAY, MAY 9th
: Enjoy Delicious Eating Election of officers for tile coining chosen! by: their classmates In. S SHOES SU. I 12 to I 18 and nog '10.99 :
school will
year be held ut atttndnncc will be a court consistlng
SMORGASTYLEBUFFET tills time. of representatives of( FESTIVITIES BEGIN Ladies 100. Cotton Reg. 1.99 r

I Thsummer program for the. each grade, 12.30 NOON SEE THESE FOR SUMMER. GOWNS . . . $$1 1 00 I
I 1.95 school will\ be explained and information Chairman Mrs. Ben Storey. r .. h
to1 t t
will be available : -- --
OPFH DAILY 4:30: to 9 p.M, tf
v SUNDAY I 1c0: pm. 'C) 9 p.M, parents on the progress of the f
: Closed Mondays rhildien The completion of I -- -
1 a lop,mitltksti plans. for the school ELECT --
TITUSVILUEI will alto bi I f
on the agenda thColonial I-

.: End of Garden st. lit South Lake following Hefrpsl: mcnts the mtctiiiK will! be served ? ( FREE F E E OF WITH 510,00 EACH OR PURCHASE MOREl L LADIES I E S $SS Se94 (,

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.:. DELICIOUS BAKED HAM STEAKS & SEAFOOD- __._ j I uslus to 10.99j I

: I Kosher Style Corned Beef Sandwiches IN THE FINEST ATMOSPHEREFOR I


i AND SAURKRAUTI Cocktail : 9307.Mt:2;
i Lounge open A.M.

t!it Closed Sundays FREDRICK'S 211 S. HOPKINS AVENUE



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.." Wednesday. April 2', W4 1'ltulIIeCP'erlcl.ltu.AcInte( ) P.*. .

Awards ArePresented

/ With News And Notes
To RealtorsThe ( ) Monday night The tup-
Of North Brevard was served by members of

Friendship Class of the
first combined ; ,,
Church School
: ''urc'ling of the North
= The work of the Scout pro
Boar,I of Realtors and
was emphasized in colored
--- sedates was held Thursday
( entitled "Beyond The Tooth,
April 23, at the Whispering: \
) Time", which depicted that
(ountry Club In Titusville
Missionary In the absence of ) In actual practice at a

Kitties, the first Vice Camp area in Fhilmont,

HEiiu1 Onnn Searle, was In izon3. The camp area con
"Delights"Audience the evening's of fourteen miles square of
presented! awards to the ,,"- country where all facets

Ing realtors and .. Scout activity can be put to
had completed their advantage, by both ScouU
course with the Florida ; their leaders and was don

The rapid-die conversation, ration course with the \ to the Scout movementA

sparkling/ witticism: and piquant soclation of Realtors: Jess pleasing feature of the even

phrases of Mrs Julia Lake Kcllersberger b '1wji' dre, Joe Campbell, Floyd program was the Imper.
retired PresbyterianMissionary Mrs. Gladys Cooper, and ) of the 'Beatles", by a
delighted membersof I Ls Nord of girls, which was very
the Presliyteiian Women's Following the award ) "ell done, and received a rous

As.in: at their luncheon meeting S tation, a very ( ovation from the audience.
last Wednesday, Mrs Kellers educational address was Methodist Men's Club plans
\ berger told of life with her hus, 3W a George M Linville, put on a fish fry" late next

,:.1 ban,I, Dr Eugene Kellersbcrgcr, of the George M. Linville ; which will be open to the
) medical missionary' and of their i of Jacksonville, Florida. bllc.
work with natives In the Belgian marks dealt with sales ( -

t?, ? Congo, mqiies and approaches,
successfully Influence a Personals
.. Born Julia Lake Skinner on an { and In general, how to Alfred Holder from Wayne,

,/' Alabama cotton plantation, she friends and Influence peopleA Jer3ey, is visiting his nep

,,1' first lerided to become a missionary MISSIONARY SPEAKS-Mrs, Julia Lake working with natives of the Belgian Congo social hour was held and wife, Mr and Mn I.

at the age of five She Kellersberger was guest speaker at a recent From left are Rev Charles. Bates, coding the dinner, and the Holder in Titusville. Last

studied at Agnes Scott College In luncheon-meeting of Presbyterian pastor Mrs, Murphy Wardman, president oral sentiment among Duke and his uncle took a
Women's Association, describing her life and Mrs, Kellersberger,-(Carlson Photo). present was that anyone to Key West
Decatur, Georgia, got her mast missed this affair missed a '

cr's in 1 literature at New York profitable and pleasant
Mrs. Charles of
university and on the day after Taminga.
(!( 't.li Trailer Court, is visiting
graduation> from Bible Somin
ary in New York, met Dr. Kcll Church Gets New sister. Mrs Beatrice Daugh-
i In Miami this week
ersburger, then on furlough in rya
the U.S. Three new members were reeelvofl of River View Trailer
--, Little Dears Sands, daughter
received into membership.
Although her own plans were to Into the congregation of
go to China as a missionary Trinity Lut'ieian'! Church of Indian also sings in the choir Mr and Mrs George Sands

Julia lake said, "I I took one River City last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs Johnnie E TemrhJlelJhta;: I Is a patient
Jtss Parrish Memorial Hos
look at Engine; and knew 1 was April 2th( One of these new is of Titusville were the 1.

predestined to go with him to members received the Sacri r-cdvd into membership

Africa". ment ef Holy Baptism: Mr Davis received the ;

I'y During more than 40 years of 6 Miss filenda( Chailciic Heflan mint of Holy Baptism Mr and MIR,, Deb Sweet an
\ work among victims of Hanscn the birth of their fourth

disease (I leprosy<< ) and sleeping Robin Eugene, on Apr 1
sickness in Africa, the silver. at the Honpltal Robin
haired, distinguished looking Dr Jhed 7 lb. and 13 oz The
Kellcrsbcrgcr has been presented have three other boys
many awards including the -kl -kl girl.

onn, one of Belgians highest r BY JOAN MARCH WORDEN 1 !Mrs Jack frost entered the
awards for mentoruis service in :: last Wednesday, with

.. the Congo, the Belgian govern. Dirtclor, Pint Cttintr ln\ermttion\ ; Ctnltr. but I is reported to be

.. nunt Chevalier! Royal Order of Improved at this timeTITUSVILLE,
the Lion I Uc! Chevalier Royal Or. New arrival In your house clothe Id the bath,
dir of the Crown and an Alumni The littlest bundle of joy mean after the baby out .. ... usw.w
Citation for Distinguished ServIce lire an extra bundle e.f housework course then add ; .... ...
for mother, are nora. pine cleaner. '
his alma mater, Wash T'T' AT
from rr.
shortcuts aimed at lea* work Mom and dad often .
I ir>ton University Medical School. for mother, HO Hhe can upend. their chare of baby .r"I frCkkk4K
But Mi most cherished honoris more time with baby, on 'their clothe._ ,
the title given him by sufferersof 1. Bablea are not the \ stains on washable 'Wt.aJei..,.
neatest eaten Often there t quickly with a, ( ... ..
the leprosy, N'Gang:: I
v 1$ more food on baby than kIn soaked In pin cleaner. . 'I.
Duku Bukitu: (The Doctor Not him. Soas \ H
2. For diaper wash *
Afraid! To Touch )) Julia Lake soon as general baby laundry : !
was dubbed I Mamu* .Musanklsha, tt ,- : he'. through a high percentage pine !
(The Lady Who Makes Others! 4 with one of cieaner-dlnintectant to

Happy or The Lady Full of Joy, ENGAGED-Mr. and Mrs Richard Clinton, 1302 Washington meals hi* many, dunk wash water in machine
waihtub T h I I.
depending: upon which translationone Avenue, are announcing the engagement of their 4 hi* bib and gives added cleaning DUPLICATEBRIDGE
chooses), by--.the !Mine pat daughter Gail, to L. Bud Williams, formerly of Bucks klmona I n and banishes many ...erm.IavN
knts County, Pa Miss Clinton was graduated from Titus cool water, baby wash*mell CLUB
then Into a
ville School and the of tug pin. clean
High Florida, She
University is solution of
Working as a team, the Kellers 3. Borrowing for baby Wednesdays at 7:45OS
currently teaching Spanish in Nova High School in Fort pine cleaner
bergers became the most popularand standard operating proc. '! Indian River Ave
effective crusaders for the Lauderdale, Mr. Williams, the son of Mr and Mrs. Rob. and. hot water dure tot mother. If you'v
American Leprosy Missions He ert S. Williams of Chicago, Illinois, is administrative of- quick This action borrowed a crib, Everyone Welcome
ficer and Assistant Secretary-Treasurer of the East Cen- plutle seat or other
was ALM's first medical general keeps the In. of lunutur Addition! Information
or layette
secretary and she was promotional tral Florida Regional Planning Council here lie is on the suitable yellow formula and ure If* clean and rea & 267-3269
board of directors of the Kiwanis cereal stains to a minimum.
secretary without pay. recently-formed Clubof You can rlnso and hang: up ably germ-free by giving I
Greater Titusville a once-over with
his tiny garment later a pin o --
They officially retired l to Mil If stains are stubborn and on. cleaner die nfectant, Alwa)' '
bourne, Honda on Dec 1, 1933:$: havo been allowed to set, give baby gear a good rlnne.For 1 ; I '; : ?f ; _: ;
but the retirement was in name try Grubbing them with s art of il I frit ) .
only The Kellcrsbcrgcrj still Beta Sigma Phis To Observe full-strength pin cleaner hold Jli..,," Itnflttt, unit I
k and a household cleansing Dipt. CR, fat Cu.""
travel and speak on behalf of pad. If it'* bathtlmc, save lion Crnltr, 304 Knit 42n4 8t,
r't American Leprosy Missions lime by ouklng/ the baby "tv J".r* IT, A,n York.It I ;
Il Julia Lake has been aptly described Anniversary With BanquetThe i .,r 1

It', as 'gay;: quick to laugh --
and rhapsodize, equally) quick to I y'
four Beta I'hl founder. received: the
sympathize and comfort" and, in area Sigma She has

her talk last week, had the guests Chapters will celebrate the 33rd message from the International / .

f. "near tears one minute and in anniversary of the organization Headquarters in Kansas City and

... t hysterics the next". She dcscnbtd founding Thursday. April 30, ata its reading will be the high point
2 their Melbourne home as of the evening
banquet. at the Rockledge
; "always open" and when they I !
arc home, "usually crowded with Country Club. Also present for

',1 former colleagues, doctors or the occasion will be the Central created in theTROPICS

.i.io'h';' seasoned missionaries home'. from Brevard area chapters.
the foreign field" I White' ,
Thnty three years ago, the 82'.008&'i50
tteve had about 15,000 visitors first chapter of the sorority was .

since moving to Melbourne", formed in Abilene, Kansas.
she said They keep a guest register Thorp are now 7.:500 chapters HANDBAGS
paper cups of ice cream :
and 173.000 members in fourteen
2.95 & 4.95
and "missionary cot Mails' countries
(cold drinks) on had for guests. -

In addition to the banquet : : : o. 1.b0
But of all visitors the traditional ceremonies will hr r I IU1U
Buka Bukitu and
rne NGjnaa observed The history of the ROBES
!Mamu[ .Masankiska delight mostin
local Chapters wIll lie reviewedand i
honoring are victims of h anIon's new members will receive j 5.95 and up
disease, who stop by occasionally l
their first welcome to member
asking for help fchip HALF SLIPS

ENGRAVEDWedding 4.00 6.00 :
NrUa Flynn, president of Trl desirable V
InvitationsFree City Council and members of
tnj Cotton Blond1
everytchere woo
gift for just looKing at wedding Tituiville. Zl Delta Mu Chap j ) / ( '
sample book Also announcementi. ter, has been selected for the I Jean Grohom tropic-ihoer Gowns and
napkin, thank.you'/ honor of presenting a special coimctici were created for thfeminine you're a "junior" and want to be an "A", bl Doll
who Pajamas
I woman corn Y
nj.i-s; inlormals. etc., 287 577} message from the sorority's If "A" and be "B"
II about the effect* of climot you're an want to a ,
_______ ---- --I thru 11.00
------- and weather on her complexIon -
Then cotmctie nasa "go This famous Her Secrete bra :
dry", coke or fade throughout I
t II 100 FREE Top Value Stamps I the day Whot ass r the weather Foam light padded cup are softly' lined, cleverly shaped / [ / oni'mti'iice'

With this C.po" end hot, dry, cold or wet theyb Her Secret, 1613, w ih" and wears like a drtam Whi'e I
I Purchase N "t protect dheal"kln.You'll cotton broadcloth. A. B 3236. f 3.99.
lov. the tnder.tcuch of cosmetics I !!

VIGORO byINDIAN I 01' m.3$. .I

.IIted Fertiliser 'Wa/lwoocl'DreJJ / I
At WINN-01X11 S/'Oj1

: 50.1'l. 51.89 RIVER "Ihe Mod For Your Style Dollar afu'aye" '-'!p"
My 2 Indian River Plaza 335 South Washington Ave. 27. .34U Downtown TltuivllU I I Ir. : ; '"

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Tltuivlll ( ., ) Stir Advocate Wily" : April M, I't4 .- --



I* hereby Liven that pursuant I l IN .AND joUR HH):. > PoSt BKKV.tHII ( Cll NT', Notice I I. hereby given that M. E. .
t* .....tlo. US.37, Florida \ .*KII COfNTl.IN tl.ORIOV. Roth bolder of tax certificate No. !
.,.t....., tb* Hoard ot (......y C'eca- i .. (1"'tr.R'' X 0. MII01XITM ( II 'ilifFitNit.. Hleo low( laaued the 2 tItb day" of Mar A.1>. ,"
nuieloaer. of JJr vard County, will ''': TO nrtKMIRODENY : SHARON W! JUMP 19nl, h-: filed lame la any office I !
.. Ille ..ch.n.e of tn. fol. CLEVLANU WOFFOHD PlaIntiff and made application for a tagdeed I
sowing' .......Ibe.) prop.rty owned by Plaintiff. VIt. to b* taaue. herons M.1d cer-. t
I It's"At Home" On Land Or In The Sea inward Cavaty. towlt.Hrgim .'. PETER JUMP Uflcat embrace. tae' allowing deacrlbe4 -
at u Irea pip at ta* NANCY LTE worroRD \property' In the County of
e. uar of JtaoUo I. Twp. S2 I DefeadaatTO Korirtt!: or SIlT Brevard. Hiate *f Florida, U-wIt:
Mouth Hang SB Bant theeioa : MAMCT WK: WOFFOatO 'TO: Mr. PETER JUMP Lot 46 Block 12:*

wet 125.4 ft to an Iron pipe; RESIDENCE: t'NKNOWN irt Hard Street June Park Addition Nn. 3 a* I
U.....,. Mouth. 7KU.1J: ft. to an Iron NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN Uovr. New Jersey per plat book 4 page. 74
I plMi I tbeoc Eaal I2S,4 ft. to an that a Complaint. for Divorce, baa '1'.. are hereby. notified" that aeoBBplalnt )iec.13T.255, R.a4E.
Aniphkur wsA"enlion ton. pipe; theno North 7M11 bees tilt.* agaloat yen by the Plala- aweklag a divorce from The aaaeaamenl of the. laN property
r ft to the polat of ...tnolnc, tiff !I. the above xyl'"4 Court, and yea baa *... flied to the Circuit under the said certificate laaued was
aald land belnc located" In tb.NE' that you are .hereby required to Court la and for B revs,d County., In the name,) ot J. E. (Herman.Unleaa .
Florida Tb title ef the cane b.. laid( certificate ahall b* redeemed
.of the IIIW. of .Id .oc. .erve a copy of your ANBWKR or
Uoa, Tawaablp. and K..,., and Pleading I ea WILLIAMS OEIL1CH log lUMP VII. JUMP, CHANCERY according. to law the .property
1't. and half P. O. Box aia, Melbourne, NO. t814W aad you are hereby. required detcrtbed. therein will be aold
Look Momma a floating -- or ," eoatalaln two one
rT-- .: ( (Jacre* *) more or !5..., la Brvard *.. Florida, AUoraeya for Plaintiff, and to ......r. aendlng your an- to the highest bldler at the courthouae .
oat'" t Couaty, Florida, file th. original AKUWER In the *wr to th. Clerk ef the CircuIt door at 13.DO o'clock noon on
for tb* following .....,rtbed realprofwrty Office of ttte Clerk. of the Circuit Court for Urevaxd Caiinly Florida, th* flrat Monday In the month of
"Naw son can't b.. ....... by Maiden Corporation Court rUuavllle.' Brevard County, end ....yl.. a true copy thereof June, A.D. liHM. union I I. Use lat
"' ) : Florida, on or before the 21 day at upon Robert Oodbey. .. ", P. o. Box 453 day of June, A.D 1904
It I swimming. t, (; Florida on or before the Dated Ibis 34 day of April A.D.
er Parcel No. 1. May, 1964. If you fall to d* ao, a "" 08 .
Deere. Pro Co..f..oII\ be taken 29th day of M.,, 1M4 or failure to 1964.
"Well I'll be doggonned. From tb. BE of Section
: TI Deere fro Conic n. Barnes
"pc.4 ...I..t you for the relief demanded. do. tkla may result In a
t, Tewnablp a Mouth Kance USEaat
"These were only a few of the f In the Complaint C..o. Clerk of Circuit Court,
.. Brevard County Florida, WITNESS my band and the of- Brevard County Florida
Bill Barker heard run S1C084U" W a dl.tance. of WITNESS my band and officialaeal
expretaiooa flclal aeal of the Court on this I7th (Circuit Court Seal)
cones fret lo th* point of .belnnln at Tltuavlll, Florida, tbl 27 day of April 1IM4. Apr. 29.\ May 4. 13. 20 (Wed.) 1964.
drove into the
Sunday, as (. From the said point of day of April, 1W4. tC/RClMT COl'RT SEALS)
btflnnlnff continue thence N So* COURT BAD .BARNES" Clerkof NOTICE: OK irrnriTHix
f water at
main body () W so W a dlatanc of ItfO.14 ft.
CURTIS R. BARNKS th. Circuit Court furPrevard FOR TIV llfcr.l; :
Ir a apankina new 1964 auto to the point of curvature. of acurve Clerk Circuit Court County, Florida14y1 Notice I I. hereby given that M. B.
( ., .
concav to the Bouthwtitt,
By Bertie 11.11Deputy .. .
V. 8p.nl'l..rD.put Roth holder! of tax certificate Nn.
mobile. bavla radius of Suouo ft. .
a Clerk Clerk 1012 lueued the Zilth day of May A.D.
"Mom will our car do that?", r and a central alone anile the. arc of 6VUO'3o"thence of aald. Apr. 29. May 8. 13. 20 (Wed) 1M4.IN Robert God bey 1>>58 ha. filed name In my office
P. O. Box 463 and, ban made application for a tax
questioned some youngster who cures a dlatanc of o222 ft. to l I" THr. (SMeLlY ('OI'KT ur Till<: Cocoa' Florida dead to b* Issued. thereon Said certificate .
tb* point of tangency thereof, % I"'TII' .
"l'IH'IU. UK'I IT I".UU for. the Plaintiff deacrlbed
Attorney the
Wfl standing on the shore witli { thence" N S '09'40" W a distance UIR 1I1t"\'RU 41 tlL"T" Apr. 29. May 8, 13. 20 (Wed) 1984 I property In the County, ofUrn.rd1
of 1J87.>2 ft_ to a point! !In iS.centerline t'ltlll. ,
his eyes "bugged out. ( t.te.f_ Florida, to wit:
j of Barna Koad. ( nrmv KO. HIM
Lot. 22. :23: Block 161)
into water June Park Addition No. 3 .
Driving a new car i .
From th* moat aoulhwaaterlypoint RODNEY V. COPELAND FOB T,\\" IIKtll>: : book 4 74 I

10 feet deep and deeper, is not j ) 'r i Club of Whliperlnir Eaiatea' Section Hllla. Country S, a.recorded PUIatlff Notice I. hereby given hat M E, Sec. plal 13 T 28 8. R page 36 K.
y. certificate No.
but it : Roth bolder of tax The aiaeaament of Ihe pail. property
everday!! occurance I In Plat Book IT
an paceS CARLEEN P. COPELAND Balance of 126 laaued. the :8Mb. day .
th aald certificate liiued
under wm
has been for the pact month for j Ul, Br"v.rd ('ou.t,. Florida Defendant of May AD. U6I. baa filed. cause In In the name of Ellaabelh B. Llgglna.irnleia .
N 111'16'20" W dillt."ce of
rue a TO Carleen office and ha. made. application
: F. Copelanrtajft my said certificate shall. be redeemed -
Barker who owns a new 1964 i iCcrmun 4 i JO.041 ft to the point of brgin' Copeland StreetOraham. for a lax. deed to b* laaued. lhreon.. according to law the properly
10c.t..1 In th c.nt.r S lIa..
made Amphicar one ; ot Borna stood thence t'14' North Carolina Bald certificate. .mbr."" the. following described therein. will ho soil
In the
You are hereby notified that deatrlbed property
a to the hlgbeat bidder at the court-
the first in this '. 4'f W a dIManca of 3822 ft to of Brevard, State of Florida,
of area. A4$4d Complaint for Divorce b.. been County home door at 12:00 o'clock noon on
tbe of curvature of
point a a
;J: ..' filed agalnat you, and you are required towlfLota: th* flrat Monday In the month of
An arnphjcar is vehicle, cap | < ..i. ,, ;; ../tt.-I :;. \ ,JL '::11! curve having concave. radlua to the ot Nnrthwtnt B00.0O ft.and to serve a copy of your Anawer 1 *: I Block 1 June, A.D. 1964 which la the lot

ible of traveling on both land ; H..... -f J ,. ;'>f.. .. : ".\40$' an lnt or.ec tion angle of 12' the or. Pleading to tbe Complaint Inland< Shore. of 1II.lhourn.B..ach day of June, AD. 19(4.Doted .
; on Flalntlff'a attorney, John a* per plat book lo page thin 24 day of April A.D.
!pnd water, ana that's exactly '_ a- :- -.j"_ il""':" ., ;. ,,, __ ._ ,.i.k.:: _. ;-""" .: .. SOW aald. thence curve a run dlatance along of the 1IW( aroof .11 A. Reed, 1156 Palm Drive., Eau tlBee. 1964.
., Florida, and file the original f T. 28 8. R 38 E. Curtla R Barne
how It roused the confusion of CAR-BOAT ATTRACTS CURIOSITY his Amphicar the only one of its kind in thereof ft to the thence point. 8 JI'4i1'V of tangency. dla- Answer or Pleading I. tbe office. ot Th .....am..t of the aald property Clerk of Circuit (Court

about 100 people swimming, sun Bill Barker (third from l lEft) explains this area. Crowds oi this nature are typ- Canoe of 3244 ft to the point of the befor Clerk.the. of 2T Circuit day of Court May, ltK on>4. or under. .la the the said name certificate of Montloello Iwuedwaa En- (Circuit Brevard.Court Counly Seal Florida

bathing and picnicking at Fox some of the exclusive features concerning ical wherever Barker goe. S-A Photo the curatur Sout b..t.of scurvconco having a racllun ec to If you fall to do ao judgment by terpliaea.llnlea Apr. 29 May 0. U, :20! (Wed) 19A4.)
d.t.ult will be taken agaioat YOU aald certificate ball be redeemed -
Lake. He drove down the boat of Coot of ISMS'ft. and, tbenc an Interactionangle run along for the relief demanded. In tbe Com according. to. law the properly NOTICK: (ip \I'I'I.U" % no"
plaint. 4)eicrlad) therein will b aoldto TAX I 1)11111).
la'unchiDg in red shiny ald
l ramp a j the arc of curve dlatancoof
I the bidder. at the court- M. E.
CURTIS R. BARNES hlgbeat Notice li hereby given 'hat
163.62 ft to Uie point of tan-
car, slashed into the water, shift. thereof thence Mouth a Clark of Circuit Court. h_.. door at 12:OO o'clock aeon on Roth holder of tax certificate No.
fency tb. Oral Monday In the month. of 11.19 l rued the 29th of May A,U.
and Drove dlittanc of 6JJM7: ft to the point By V. 0 gpangler' DC. > day
.d gears kept going.( of curvature of a curve concaveto (COL'HT !SEAL) Jua, A.D. W4 which la the lal 1958. ha. filed same. I In my office

around the lake about 15 minutes Iha Nortb..t, havIng a md- Apr. S). May t, 13. 20 > and has made application for a tax

.. 'C sue ot 600.00 ft. and .n mtemnct- Dated Ibis 24 day of April AD. deed to be. laiued thereon, Bald certificate -
then headed back on dry '1' Ion angle of 15'. thence. run along THK f"IBfllT cut MTOK THE: 11)64. I embraces. the. following deacrlbed .

Tanid. I I the arc of aald curve a NINTH JuDIcIAl. < IH< liT, INAM Curtla R. Barnes I property In the Counly of
.. I i p dlatanc of 13090 ft to the pointof Pent THY: ('OIKT1 Of' Clerk of Circuit Court. U revar d, State of Florida to-wlt:

tangency. thereof thence. S )HHKV4HV MYSTIC: UK tl4IKIItIN Bnvard County, Florida Loti 1, 2 Hlock 2
"Actually. says Barker the ll'OO1 E:: a dlntanc of 14180 ft < l(4Sci. (1HM (Circuit Court Seal\) Highland Park ai per plat book

Amphicar is nothing new in ri I to the point of curvature of a AMERICAN: IRVING AVINO8 Apr 29. May 4. U.: 20 (Wed) 1864. B page 22
curve concave. to the 8oulbwtat. BANK:, a New York corporation.Plaintiff.. Hec. 13 T. 29! 8 R 37 E.
tradition, however, the design I i having a radlua ot and Tb. aaaemment. of the pail. property
I an Interaction angle fOf44'; ", re. "flrll': or .%PPI.irtTiov under the saId certificate issued
and enginering is totally differ. thence run along the arc nf HUBERT L. CLARKE and BARBARA FOR T.':\' KICK was In the name. of E. It. Lewark.

ent. It't been around for about said curve a Uataac of 1301)6) B. CLARKE hi. wife., Notice la hereby. given that M. E. ('nl... laid certificate shall be redeemed
ft to the point of Defendant. Roth holder of tax certificate. No. according to law .lha prop
tangency .
7 or 8 years." Li:: __ thereof, thence 8 .'05'4lt" K a riKHK-a N.OTICF 01"1.1'': 1474 laaued the Slat day of May A.D.1K erty deicrlbed therein will be aold
Nevertheless it's hard to ,dlatanc of 6460 ft to a point NOTICE IS IIKREBY GIVEN >O. b.. flied same In my office to the highest bidder at the courthouse -
located In the South line I of that purauanl. to the Final" Decreeof and b.. mode .PPUC.UOII for' a tan. door at 12:00 o'clock noon on

l dlatant 191)827 ft from the BE the caue pending In the Circuit embrace the following dea June, A,D. 1964. whlcb la the 11dav
the amphibious car is new corner of aaul. l Section. Court In and for Brevard County, crlbed property. In tbe County of of June. A I. 1964

to this area. Alao, all marl on described portion of Section W, will anSi at public auction th Tract J26 Unrecorded Bubd of 1964.
: Barker, who lives at 229 Court TownnBlp 22 South. Range 35 beat and: blgbeat bidder ortoe.. :, 8H of NW.,.. WH ot 8W*,, NE Curtis R. Tlarnea
East, to-wlf: between the houra of eleven o'clockIn >. ot 8WW A WU of BEL of Clerk of Circuit Court

:;t. bought the amphicar about Beginning at the. 8E corner. of the forenoon. and two o'clock. In 8WV Brevard County. Florida
month: and already has Sec. 9, run North along the the afternoon oa th* 22nd day of 80.. 11 T 21 B. R. 86 E. (Circuit Court Seal)
ago host Boundary of laid hOC 9, May A.D. 1M4 at the front door of Tb,* aaieiement of the said property Apr. 29, May 6, 13. 20 (Wed) 19(4..OTiC'E ( .

Jlriven 1,000 miles, on land, and a dlitanc of 300 ft to a point, the Brevard County Courthouae. InTltuavllle tinder the said certificate laaued
Ihenc run Wat a distance of 60 Florida, th. following. In the name of Leo D. ConnellUnleaa 11'1 or \1'1'1.1f'TICI"
fcus no idea of how many hours ft to the point of beginning! deacrlbed real property. aald certificate aball be. tOM T.t\: lIKED: : I

]In the water. From the point of beginning run Lot It, Block H. BOWE OAR- deemed. according to law .the properly Notice la hereby given that M. E.
Roth holder of certlflrnt No.
North to the Bant described therein will b* sold tax
It'. just like car has "four DENS. SECTION J-J. according 912 laimed the. 29th day of May A,D.
a .
'" boundary of Section 9 .a dla to pl.t thereof recorded. In Plat to the hlghmt bidder at tbe courthouse -
tanc of 900 door at 12:(M) o'clock 1958. han filed I aam* In my officeand '
In the four" transmission four ft to a point! thnc Book 12. paga 28 Public Recordaot noon on
baa nade for lao
VVat the first Monday In the month 01IUD. a
\Ia' run a dlatance of 600 ft to Brevard County, Florida.
wheels, windshield, steering J a point thence run South a distance Curtla R. Barnea .. AD. 1W4 which I I. the lat deed. to be iHiued. thereon. Raid
of 90O< ft. to a point: Clerk of the Circuit Court day of June A.D. J1HI4 rerilfi caleembrace. the following

Jvheel, brakes aud all the A FLOATING CONVERTIBLE The entire craft floats and is motivated by a thence run Eaat a dlatanc of By! V. 8. 0panglerDeputy Dated this 24 day of April AD. of described Brevard.property Stole of In Florida the. .. County to-wlt:

ther necessary equipment needd above picture shows the Amphicar in Triumph 4-cylinder engine with propel. at 6110'It*ft regular to the meeting point of on beginning May 7th (SEAL OF THE CIRCUIT Clerk COURT) 1964. Curtis R. Barnca. Lots 4 to T Inc. Blk M June I

$ for land transportation. And, water approximately 8 feet deep howlors.. S-A Photo J94. Clerk of Circuit Court, JO Park 5th 78under Addt aa per plat book
Dated thli 29th day of A.D. Brevard, County, Florida page
April ,
hi a sense, It's just like a boat: ever the front tires are still visible.: The"IT'S 1964. O1ICK': OF Iffl.ICATION (CIrcuit c..urt Seal S.c. U T. 28 8 R. 38 B.Tb .

I it t has an inboard engine, trans. ... .. . .. .- .. JOB H WICKHAM, lust TtDKKII: Ap,. 29. May 8, 13. 20 (Wed.i. J964. easses the melt.sail of certlflcat the said .property laauedwan

rnission, two propellers, and r : 4 .& 0's, CHAIRMAN I Notice la hereby. given that M. E. In the nam of A, W. Croft.
BOARD OF COUNTY Roth holder. of tax certificate No. .NOT UK: OK U'l'l K' \TIONHH I'nlena aald certificate shall b* redeemed
Biarine safety equipment. One COMMISSIONERS.BRKVARD rlalam.e of 9UJ Imued. the 2uth day T.\ \ DKhll!: according to law the prop

jjlftercnce which dist nqulshes I COUNTY ot May A.D. lots baa filed name lam Notice la hereby given that M. E. erty descrIbed therein will b* aold,
FLORIDA office and bat made applicationfor Roth holder of tax certificate No to the hlgheit bidder at the court-
the car from a boat, is the there "", -L4'r; d Apr. 29. May ( Wed. ) 19 4. a tax deed. to be Issued thereon 1471 luued the 31 day of May boone door at 12:00: o'clock noon on

Said certificate embrace the following A. D. 1IMU baa filed aame In my office the first Monday In the month of
If rudder fa the boat.
no guide XITKKNOTICE : described property In the County and baa made application for a June, A D. 1964) whIch I. the Jot
Instead, It Is maneuvered by OF tiUIT TO of Ilrevard State of Florida, to-wlt: tax deed lo be laiued thereon. Said day nf June A.D. 1961
: PEOGY Loll 12 13, 41 to 44 BIb 39 it Dated
JiBACHAM rerilfi caleembra cen the. following this 24 day of April AD.
turning the front wheels, jU3t unknown.' You JACKSON are ;rb/ notifiedthat c I Lot. 3J to 36 Blk 38 June Park deacrlbed property In the County of 1 64.

Cke automobile aa 'per plat! book 4 page 4 Brevard state of Florida to wit: Curtla R Barnes
an suit baa been .
a filed
.... agalnat Hoc. 12 T. 21 B R. 36 E.. Tract 143 Unrecorded !Subd' of Clerk of Circuit Court.

: Barker says the vehicle is aaaimplc you County In ,the Florida.Circuit Th Court name of Bernard of tb.kaa..n Tb cause..m.nt of the an Id property Sib of NW'. WVt of SWk, NE', Brevard l County Florida

I natural defendant *. under tbe aald certificate. laaued of 8W, A Wt* of BEV> of 8W'< Circuit Court Seal!! )
as driving a jeep. Merely Beacham .J. k la Peggy Th was In the name of Roy Platt Bee, 11 T. 28 8. R. 36 to:. Apr. 29. May 6. 13. 20 (Wed) 1964.IN I .
o o n. Tnleaa laid certificate.
{hange transmissions puah and nature of the suit I. for be redeemed Th aaaeaiment of the aald I property
according to law the property Tilt: I'IHrt'lf rill nr or ThE'
turn a couple of buttons, and the a divorce. Tbe name of th* deicrlbed therein will be aold under the said certificate laiued was NINTH Jl DKHI. (IHdIT IV
Court In which said ault I la In the name of Patrick J. Roche.
pending to the
hlgheat bidder at the court- \M HIK TIU01:
car 1s converted from a land I I. the Circuit Court Ninth JudicialCircuit home Unless. said certificate ahall be redeemed '
door 12:00
at : o'clock noon on filCh: tRio, NCtTF: OK MOKIDVIN
of Florida In and for Bre. the first In according to law the property 5 I IN .
ontraptlnn to a boat. To change Monday the montb ot II ( HlNO.; filial
vard described therein will be sold
County Florida and the
."" abbreviated June, A.D, 19tU. which I. the lat NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE
.. .
.... .
Ihe .. .. title la the la HenBeacham to the highest bidder .t the co..rt.bou.
car over: simply close the .. day of June., AD. I1H14.I COMPANY
"! a. Vermont cornratlnn.Plaintiff..
,",. .. -" -......; A. Jackson, Plainliff, vu. Peggy I Dated .. door at 12.00 o'clock noon on
this 14 of
bilge plug secure the front % ., ..". ., Jackion. Defendant, being I J9(lI. day April A.D. the firm Monday In th. month of ". .
I ..... ." : ....' >' June AD. 1964 which la the lat
deck whicii is 1t .. Chancery No. 28070. You are h.r. Curti. R. Darnel JACK E.': OLK
I'' nothing more J ... ::1" ...;. .: by required to file your anawer with Clerk of Circuit Court day of June, A.D. 1984 nil wife If married-.I.- OLK,

than a.large trunk and turn a ; the Clerk of aald Court and to serve I Ilrevard County, Florida Dated tbla 24 day ot April A D. et Defendant.

f' leveriftftVttijj" loon to take up -" ; s:4i: : "\.......... ... a the copy firm thereof of p-hepard on John Shepard Minot of_ (Circuit Court Seal_ 1964. Curtla R. Barnes NOTICE OP HI If
,. to. V Apr. 29, May 8. Id, 20 (Wed) 1964.NOTifK STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
... Mlnot. P. O. Drawer BIS. Clerk of Circuit Court.
vh3t'tlafk'riay be present .'IIL.. ,-"" ..,..M.. ... ..... t-w, ."'.. Cocoa Brevard lark E. Oik C.W.O. 05492K':.
.. .. ... :; .. 'It ,. 4-. ...' .. Florida, Attorney for Plaintiff, nn : or ..ti'i'i.ieioyOUR County, Florida U8N and
the .. ,., .. .. J (Circuit Court Oik hla wife.
price you reach water, .. .. later than May 29. IJH>4. If you fail T.tlKtl!: > Seal) If married
.,... .;'f" .... _" ... A. ....' t' ........... t t" ... ...; 'j to do ao a decree pro confenao will Apr. 29. May 6. 1.1. 20 (Wed.) 1964.OTirK 411)
change transmissions, to stop <'t':# .... .....<1II> ..; -. .. .., "'... "" :' fr.. b* entered against vou. Dated thle28th Notice la hereby. given that M. E' SUP ort Sqd.
I or. .. .. ... E APO 919
-- Roth holder
"II .. .-- ... .. of lax certificate No.
j, the wheels and turn on the ". _:::.;'\: ;' ::J;. :_ :.!;=: .11", '.too.-.; 'i : BARNES.day of Clerk April of 1964.the CUKTI9 Circuit R. Mi7 laaued. the :29th! day of May A.D. > : trrririTios Ban Francisco, Californiaand
preps, and you've got a ready < "': .' .l Iota, baa filed. name In my office *OR T "X I)K:t1I; all parties claiming Intereit
Court V. f*
\- ,"'''-11'" ..l... ..\. ... ..".... "t : by Spangler Deputy and haa rnad application for a tax Notice I IN that M. by. through, under or agaInst the
Clerk. (CIRCUIT COURT TEAMApr. hereby given E.
:; made boat in less than five sec t.: ......:.e.2::::: ; ; ''\ ).t: ::: :;:::. ::' j 29, May 6, 13, 20 (Wed, ) IMt. deed to embrace be laaued. thereon Said certificate Hotb holder. of tax certificate No. his aid wife Jack If KJ married. iriK, and and--all Oik.
nds. 2 1 . ... ..t ... the following dcierihed 212& issued. the Slat day of May A.D.1SW1 parties
---- ---- -- -- ---- '-- -' having or claiming
-:- "" property In the County of to hayes.v
: It doesn't leak, because the A SNAP" Brevard. Stale of Florida to-wlt rial filed same In my office and right title or Intereat In the realproperty
Leaving the water is wheels to turning while the baa made application for a tax deedto with
props are Tract 149 Improvementa thereon
TIT or TITI .\ 1I.1r Unrecorded Bubd of .
ntre; craft is covered from as simple as shifting Barker behind also ...>. of NWi be issued thereon Bald certificateembracea herein dearrlned
: \\rea rd. : working. Above picture shows the N.itli'e llf I'ahlle. Hearing ,,, W* of HWU, the following deacrlbed8tat

pie bottom, and the doors are the wheel, and his wife, Mable car driving up the boat ramp at Fox The. City of Tltuavllle will hold a NK'W'8ec.!.. of SW'11. *: WVj"(" Of fK't of property In the County 01 Brevard. lake YOU notlc.AND that EACH a Or suit YOU b..hereby been

sealed so tight. it would be changes public hearing. on Tuesday, May 11S64 -', of Florida, towlfLal : filed aaalnit; you la the above
near- transmission! which starts the
Lake. S-A Photo. at 7:30: p.m. In the found 11 T. 58 8, R. M E. 34, 36 Block 12 styled Court The
natura of the
fr imporsible for water to seep Room to hear Intereatad peraona In I Iregard Th* aaieeament of the aald property June Park a* per plat Book 4e,12 la to foreclose, that certain mortgage ault.
under tb* aald certificate. liuuedwa 4
to an application to resos.the p.l' dated
through.I facturcrs say it is corrlsol1proof" The entire car is water proof.even' back seats are portable and canoe following described property In the name of Robert. 1.. Richman. B T. 28 8, R .36 E filed of publlo March record 30 In mi.Official and"

I One gentleman asked "What from Ua present BU-1 (county) Tbe aaieaament of the saId properly Record Book
the brakes, which are removed easjy. Since it is clarification to a B-2 (city) cl...- l'.I.... aald certificate, shall be .... under the laid certificate issued Records of Krevard 377. pag.County 260., Florida Public

would happen if someone ac As far as land performance Is heavily lined, encased and equip. a convertible, there's no dangerof Iftcatlon. t* allow plat glaia .retal'aalea. deemed described according to. law the property ...* In the same of W J. Canada. I .eromhrrig the hereinafter des-,
therein will be aold Unleia aald certificate t shall be redeemed crlbed real .
cidentally opened the doors? concerned the car will cruise at ped with brass fittings It has cracking an arm on the deck."I Thla application. baa been made to tb* highest' bidder at th. courthouse according to law ,the property I the. Court In property which ..1 it Th lull name la pend of
"Well Barker said "first of by Doawrlght Corporation for door at 12: :00 o'clock noon onth deicrlbed therein will he sold '
: property ing I I. th* Circuit
70 mil hour and rubber Court of she
"s 33.35 bumper guards side
per get suppose a person could located' on the west aide of flrat Monday. In the month of to the highest bidder at the court- Ninth Judicial Circuit

all, what would happen if you mile per gallon. It has a four of the car to keep from scrapping even decorate it tor a duck Hopkins Avenue (Magnolia) the June, AD. IIH14. which la the lat house door at 12:00: o'cloc noon on the County of Brcvard In Kate and for of

IJjroed a boat up on it's side in cylinder Triumph (engine and a docks and it also uses blind and hunt during( the season part legal of deacrlptloa"Lot 1. lOuIS of which of the lit:.outh that day Dated of June Sic 24 A.D.day 19M of April AD. the Jute fIrst A.D.Monday I1H14. which In the la month the lat of the Florida abbreviated In Chnnrerv title of No.th:HI85! and

he. water? Naturally, it would Volkswagen( transmission with either regular or high performance he adJeti. line of Lot 2. and all of Lota 4 and J9t4. day of Jun. A I. 1M4.. National Life Inaurance Comnanvbla cane la.
7 tbru IS Inclualve Block 5. i osi Curtla R. Farnea Dated thl* 24 day of April A.D1W4. a V.rmont
(lnlc. So would the car How.ever 13 inch wheels. On water, it will gasoline.Barker Barker is also selling the I.ota 4 tbru I Inclualve. Block JU.D..I..pln. Clerk of Circuit Court, v. Jack B.' Oil.nrporatlon and -, Pleinliff Olk,

I it's not as as that" cars Court. according to the Brevard County Florida CurtIs R. Barn wife, If married.
easy travel at 15 knots and burn up says the car can be and is the only dealer of the plat recorded In PR 4. Pg M, Public (Circuit Court. Seal Clerk of Circuit Court el al, Defendanta. -
darker continued. "To the Record of Hrevaril Apr. 21, May I, 13. 20 (Wd) 1964. Brevard County Florida
open one gallon and a half per hour. used far fishing, because the automobile in North Brevard."There Florida.A County, ._ (Circuit Court Seal The deacrlptlon of the real prop.
doors in erty Involved, 'In .
said .
water would
be anD
hard. is no Ug public bearing will be held before NOTICE or AI"'I.IC''TICIN Apr. 29. May .. 13. 20 (W.d.) 1964MiTirn crlbed In the and problem in Complaint
sellIng I. a* follow -
4tr than expected. The pressure tb* Planning and Zoning Commlaalon FOK TtI: >KKI> *:

f Big Horse Show the amphicars," Barker said nn Wedneaday May 8, 1964. Notice I la hereby given that K E.' ': OF "i'Pl.lf'LT14 Lot B, Block O SL'NWOOD
make it
\JotiId difficult and secondly Shark CatamaranWill CITY OF TITI'SVILLB Roth bolder of tao certificate No. hilt TAN: DEli:.. PARK iUIIDIVIMON
"the main
;) there are two latches that At problem is getting by Margaret Cooper, 1464 liaued tb* Slat day of May Notice la "hereby given that 1E.. according to nlat thereof NO.2.recorded .
Mims May 17 CiteS A D. Roth holder of tax certificate Ni>.
thE m. city IMC, hoe filed aam In my In Plat Book. 12. .
lye to b. released before the April 29 (IW.d.) JII6 office. and baa wad* application I sue Itaued the Slat day of May A.D. Publlo Rtr.rda, of pace 129:
North a tax ferns to b* laauad 1961. has filed. same In my office Counly. Florida.
door is movable. Brevard's
Compete Horseman'sClub ciTy or TITI''IU.t: Said certificate .embracea the and baa made application for a tan YOU AND

I Most people expect this craftto will have their Annual rlTOF, TIT4HIII.IK'; 3>.II.... Of Pnhllr Hearing Ing deacrlbed properly t..j( certificate deed. to be laauad thereon. diid required to file EACH your .OP..wee YOU to are Ih*
Tbe City of Tltuavlll will hold a embrace the following
County of
do the impossible. Horse Show Sunday May\ IT, at Tb.:Nolle..I of Of 1-nbll Htarlng, publlo hearing on Tueaday. May" 12. ida, to-wlt:Brevard. State descrIbeS property In the County of .Cnmnlalnt bov atylad wlih Court the and Clerk of the
the Horse CUy Tltuavlll. will bold a I9C4. at 7.JO: p.m. In the Council Tract 88 Unrecorded Bnvard Slate of Florida towlt.Lota : nerve a c.>.v
:Another asked This Club Arena near Mlms.U. Bubd of thereof uoon Plsinllff'e.
person! "Can Weekend public haarlne; oa Tuaadar, May 11 attorney,
Room. la bear loter.ated la 11 to 13 Blk JII
peraona sib of NWH. W
m, al 7:30: p.m. la th. Council. of "W.. STEWART I. ATFR8 _II.... .dl.
take this in regard to an application to reaonelb. NE of Jua Park a* per plat book 4r143
yea salt water? G. Huhey of Tampa win Room. to bar lnt.reald perion In following deacrlbed SW 0 SWt Wt ot 8E't of p. real. la Poll Office Ron. 102. Eau' Oa I-
property ,
Barker saM, "What happens to a Shark rt ard t*> an ajipUcatloa to reaene Ita RU-1 '... a. T. 21 8. R. U E. lie. Florida' not later than the 20e9tes'd
catamarans will be competing judge the events. Ihe following: uaacrlbetl from present (county) 11 T. 21 8. R. M E. day of May A. I). 1M4. a* required
when it gets dipped In salt from property claaalflcatlon to an R-3 (city) ca... Th aaieaimeal of the said property The aaaeaament of the said properly by law. elu* deereo
<<: a
tjr; this weekend off the Pat. preaent RU-1 (county) lflcatlon to allow two duple apartapplication under the aalcl certificate lanuedwaa under. the saId certificate leaned will .be |. oro eonfeann

weterf Of course, it will rU t. rick AFB ramp for the Florida claaalflcatlon Iflcatlon to allow ta an apartmrnta.R-3 (ctlyi. .,1.... .._t.. la the name of William Kul- was In the D.m..1 Cbarlea WMagauaon ....h .., y u, agalnat you andIN
Thl hat been mad.by banek.ITnleaa. *t ux.t'nle .
Tjse cars have been dunked in Regional Championship.The Donald Commodore Patrick Thl application.. II.. heen. mad saId : WITNEf WHEREOF-: have
H. L. Barber for property on the aald certificate. ahall be re ** certificate shall be redeemed nemimn art ... .
by Wueathoft nr ".1 end
times to AFB Yacht Company of riorlda, north aide of Oleander ....t of Mt. deemed aecordlag to law according to law ,tie proneity affixed.
lacquer eight preevnt Club many local sailboats loo., for property on the. aaat : the prop eke official sad nf. saleS C nrt at
rusj,' I've had this particular two.day event., Saturdayand not participating in the Hun Terrace, Valley Month BioS. by north ky rirat "ins.merlin of which Avenue la, :the Lot legal II.deacrlpl-12 or to erty 111*deicrlbed Mgheet' bidder therein at will she b*court.cold to the described highest. therein bidder. at will the be courtboua cold- thii Titu.Hii, rub .".Rrevee"... ,t >HMI C"unly A.' 0.Florida. .

o'emobil in the Indian River Sunday, \May 2 3, will at. competition will be out on the the a.,., deacriptioa 8moad of which Terrace. Block t. Plat of ladlan River Cityta houae door at 12:00 o'clock noon on door at 12:00:( o'clock noon on CURTIS R. BARNES:- J9
tract some of the trimmest and Lot. 1 Ihrauch 10, Block I la la Plat Book 4. page 12.. Publlo tba flrat Monday la the month .f Ib* flrat Monday In tb* month of lerh .f tile CI........ Court
ee'viral times and no nut spots river holding unofficial races. Vallfy Subdlvl.lon. IT Sun Record of Bravard County, Florida. Jun. A D. 1W4. which I I. the lit Jua. A,D. 19 4. which I I. She lat Frevard O""... Florida
fastest sailing vessels In the day of June. AD. 1M4
of .
day June
A P. 19 4. .
: I'afvrtl.
hjvy Appeared yet, But, I IwDuldn'a State. Shark Catamaran racing .I.. fore A public Ihe flannlni atarlpf and win ZonlnaCom W 1I.ldIe.-. A public hearing will b* held before Dated thl 24 day. of April AD. 394.Dated tbl* 24 .day of April A.D. r" ...ly ClerlrAttnrne Hall

tell person it won't There be mlaaloa o* Wtdneaday. May. .. 1944, the Planning and Zoning Commlaelon 1%. Curtla R. '.r11dsir: THE CJRCt'IT COl'RT)
will three beats each particularly exciting as tin boats CITY Or TITl'SVILLE on Wedieaday. Way (. 1964. Curtla R. FarneaClerk Barnes ,.. 4 P.r.

riM IweauM steel will cor- day starting at 11 am. are capable of. speeds up to 30 by Minaret Coopr. CITY OF TITl' VILLE Urevard of Circuit. Court Clerk......r.of County Circuit., Florida Court. I for PlaIntiff
by Margaret Cooper, County
FlorlUa Poet (Office'
red*. However the rnanu- According to Major J, A. Mac- miles an hour April City M ,tW.d cum 19... II 8 rfey Clerk. CtreiHt Court Heal) Circuit, Court Seal\) Ran OalHe. Hon florid anj*

April 29 WedS) 1M4. Apt. III, May I, U 20 (W.d.) IM4. Apr. 25, May I, U. 20 (Wed.) 1944. 1 Apr. 2* May 4. 13. 20 Wd) J9


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Six Local Tricksters j;

I Sports


withRQ1ln I NEWS AND VIEWS Set For District Meet !jTitusville '

High School track finals which will bo held in Roberts during the regular
team will have ux boys competing tiaioeaville. ca too University of !season with Bruner taking
for state qualifying positions Florida track next week two wins and Merchant and Robs

'e Youth BaseballSeason this weekend as they travel to Roberts! Titusville's l'4' senior erts splitting one each. Outii
ly Rwini* Hugh" Spocti fditor West Palm Beach (for thr Group miter, is the only runner in the the district competition will
T, Regional Track :Meet group who placed at last t years! even be tougher. Morrell MooTcj'
Maury Roberts, Sanity Loveless state meet, taking a fifth in the of Gainesville! is expected to taM
Spring football training at Titusville High School appears Gene Melvin, Clifford Cooper mile run, This year, he may haveto the mile run, !since he has turf
to be going over like a lead balloon, in outer space as Tom Ream and Ol'nni1'Jr.' work harder first, in the group ed In the fastest time of the year;
only 27 boys sat in the THS auditorium Monday and listen Into Action ris will have to win either first I, meet, he will beat two old rivals, in Florida with a 4'18 Roberta}
ed to Head Coach John Gaines, give a rundown on the coming Swings Friday second or third places! in their Cocoa's Dave Bruner and Mel fastest time has been 4:21: whia

season, and what to expect.No events to qualify( for the state bourne's Std Merchant Both boys Druner of Cocoa has run 4.23: aDd'
Melbourne's Merchant, 4,28.
specific number of participants was priorto
the first meeting of the football team, but the coaches The city's largest organized "Scheduling is so tight, if vused baseball, the league added Along with the mile, brae*
expressed disappointment, as they had been expecting more baseball program will begin Friday more than two or three gamesare two additional Saturdays league. FootballSpring Coach Don Godwin will use! i tenioCdefeated >>
than 27. at Sand Point as the Titus. cancelled because of inclement trams, and one senior dUiuoa Spring Tom Ream on the 880 yard rus]
Just the same, Coach Gaines has said it once, and prob- yule Little League swings into weather it may result In a tram," Campbell said. and the broad Jump PreSt'ntlt)
ably he'll say it again, "Cocoa can have 150 boys out for action with nearly SIlO<> boys participating long season" secretary Shirley The 1964 season will end July 0, Ream \\t in the top three as! fa*
football, give me 25 or 30 who want to play and I'm better in four div'-ions, Mixson said. with each league playing a w\il\ football! training got under w.y.t Titusville High as county standings are concern
off." Senior, Major Minor and Sat. The Saturday. Minor and Major season with the winner of the School this week and, to coaches surprise, only a handful of' athletes ed, behind Melbourne's Vaughan;!
Gaines looked over the crop of young, strongly domin- urday League combined total 26 Vague teams will use Talmadge first half playing the second half reported Ream has turned in times nea'{
nated "seniors" tribe for 1964, with what appeared to be teams the largest number the Wells Field while the Senior winner for individual league Jorn Gaines Athletic Director and Head Football Coach said the 1.29: mark In broad jump, b4
(disgust, although it didn't show. Little League has ever attempted Division will play on the old softball championships. 27 boys were present for "skull teutons" Monday, a figure they has registered several over tt.d.
The boys present, listened intently, with a little patiencebut to organize field Several alterationswill Area playoffs have been ncbediiknl anticipated would be doubled 20 feet mark

, it was evident, they're ready to play ball. This year, under the leadership have to be made on the old 1 for July 22.24 in Cocoa. "However." Gaines said' "Th.,. are several boys out for Clifford Cooper will be used lij
of the field, including relocation of the
of Jay Campbell, president Teams, managers and sponsors track and ether spring iportt, who may be ready next week whenwe two events, running the 330 Je4
football season is over directors, the league backstop plus dugouts and fen.
figuring Hoard of
"I don't want you guys fallowSenior: hit the field, but not more thin four or five at the most" of the sprint medley relay an/
the last of and starts again in September. It starts will be hampered by a lark of ces along out-of-bounds markers. Braves, Town
May. League
\ : the 220 yard dash. Cooper ha:
the firit
November 20 which is the the entire "To accomplish the overflowof Attending meeting were mainly athletes, who played
until facilities txxly
be finished playing
and t
today, won :Mold manager Charles Stoner; 'lot with few been running the 220 near the 2:
|last game of the season against Satellite. of athletes on two ball fields.We've buys. wanting to play super- dianls; Firestone, manager, year give e the boy newcomers.Calnet t brief Introduction of an offense which second mark, and Is considers

,,,:, If the Terriers have no more players report than were Ronnie Hughes; Indians, Ore- will be employed this year for the first time and alto checked the fastest 330 yard runner in tfe
present Monday, there may be no annual Blue and Gold yard Lumber Co., manager John evl shoes to boys who are considering getting Inte physical condition county

clash at the end of spring training. They will just barely Schedules For lord Auto,; Dodgers. Mcrlcy's BUI> Stout We Yank-tero before actual workouts begin Monday. Sandy Loveless will run the 224

have enough to fill two teams, if all of them stay out, whichis ems, Masonic manager Lodge No. 90;, manager Since the number of participants Is low, (there may be no yard leg of the sprint medley re
unexpected. There's always a percentage of dropouts, Dan Thornton Pirates, annual Blue and Whit. game concluding the spring training tea lay team and also try tho bleW
!: ;
plus the fact, the Terriers may pick up a few more players Roberts Grower's Supply, manager lion. hurdles. Loveless. placed secoutf(
next year, either from boys who are working now, or trans- Ed Merrlam. Commissioner in the county meet with a IS.8 .q{
Four the hurdles.
Leagues Walt Hofkins; Player agent, Mrs
fers."I want it clear, the boys who play ball for me this summer the team
Marvin Hcmke. Early Risers --------- -- --- Completing relay
[ will have the first opportunity to play next year. I Cutter'sDrugs will be Gene Melvin, runnin t
League at v. Orioles Major LeagueCubs: ADDING MACIIINE ROLLS, only
know be working and can't play spring football, Major first 110 and Dews
[ some may 11n1 NPtnlh. Toby Enyart; High Individual game; N.irh- yards 1\IOIt
manager 25L: earn' at the Star-Advocate
|but you're going to have to wait your turn, he said. :at., I \\1\,10 rt. \\.-,I'l B.lp." Iloheals Orioles Tilt..vsIlxwll ,. Lions, Jaycees, manager Jim ara Phillips, 20U) ; Myrna Baggrtt: rls anchoring the race In the las'

From here, Gaines continued, telling the purpose of alny!llrara 4Hvavera v> l.lon TlRfra v. Beavers \Milt. 1'1'IIIlltlolre'''"I. Everman; Rams, Iyer! Standard 176. 1- -- ____ _____ 440 yards, 1 i

spring football, "We're going to be using a new offense, andif asay Sr.lon5 vii TUcr Idon\ vn Cuba VH Hawks Tlzi'ri. va I.enpunl.Panthers vaWlldialp Service, manager Ed McCurry; High Individual seriesn.irh: -
of fellows wait until next September to learn it, va IIflav.ra; mars va Ramsnor isglen "M H"hrotstin Bears, Rotary Club, manager
some .
you IIllama ara Phillips, 460; Ruth George ARE YOU FILLED WITH DREAD
tI"awke: Ed Kit-
they will be behind, consequently, they're going to have to vII Lions; Heaver. va CubaIM ) vf Tltr.'.. Eagles va Or- Frank Bobbins; Beavers, 438.
hard." )' IIt'ubn: loin, I In lira li vi leopards, Panthers tles Agency, manager B. M.
work twice as v. Bears; Lions v. Tigers'lnr Wildcat., WHEN CLOUDS GATHER?
IS va Mar Ho Knight, Jr; Tigers, Kiwanis High team game: You Devils
Another point Gaines brought out was the fact that this Ticrass Ram.; tteara v. IlpavrraMny Leopards vii Panthers Tlgora "aF.alrlp. Club manager Jim Kostaltoi. 618.
there will be Class AA Championship play off : IH ., Orioles valobeall, Ilnwksvs Commissioner George Marovtcn. GET A NEW CONVERTIBLE! TOP
year Cuba
Bran v. LI or a; Tlgera VI Wlleleal.I
In Tampa last year, where the AAA Florida State finals :MIIV fITIC. !Minor League: Reds, dUxcn's High team nericsYou: Devils,
were held, some 18,000 people attended. This will give us Sluy .ssLions'. v. Rams; Beaver va lip. Senior League Bank, manager L. II. Signore; 1623. AT .

something to shoot for, instead of just a county champion at.r IIIItama va Cuba; Hams va Ilcnv.rt Mar Indlaaa I vi Giants; Bravra va A's, First National Bank, man Splits converted: Dec !'tit-I'aft
ship. va Lions; Cuba v. Tierra Yankee.Plrata. ager Lucky Labruslano; Yanks, ferty, 35-7; Barbara Phillip,, 56 TAYLOR'S AUTO UPHOLSTERY
:\Ie) n Nay a Eclk-Llndsey, manager George .,
bears Ram. Beavers vs Cuba Yankees va loaves; Glanu ". Kl.xll.a nun l "
will be v. ;
For the remainder of this week, the entire team allay t'5Tiger. Geisler; Phils Childre Homes, you Devils .M in '
and to learn Gaines'new Beara Beavers va Llona Piny 1brava lok... IN IH 1027 S. Hopkins AM 7-1170
working: out with a pencil paper, trying v. ; va Indiana; Pluses' va manager Herman Chandler; BMtln IH IH 'I'
oIu. I
offense. Starting Monday afternoon at 3 p.m., will be Cuba vi Bran; Rams va Rravnr.Jun. Dodfer.Mar Giants, Elk's Club, manager, Oath, Ball IS si

the first day of pads, and according to Gaines, "we're goingto aKama v. Cubs; Lion. va Tlftrraut aulaats va Yanlwa, ; Indiana vaDodfer. Floyd Jenkins; Cards, American I
have a little contact also." .. IIJlMaa Legion, manager Glen Crow.
va Reawa; Cuba vi I.lona .<, laiSodgera M ,
va GlnnU;; Yankwa va Commissioner Pat Kelly
Minor Ltagu Pirates Mar IIHlralea Saturday League: Orioles, C!

Mistakes are plentiful, and easy to come by. They're a1. I v. ladlana; Giants vsIIrflYla Shaffers Hardware, manager
just hard to make up, believe us, we know. :) tied.aCards v. Phil; Yankeea va Card.lay Slay la54raves ''Henry Theed; Tigers Pr it chard
In Monday's issue, we had a picture and cutlines be- v. Reili; Giants v. A'. va Dodgers; Indians yrYankers Hardware manager Charles

neath the picture, that the THS tennis team wah trying for also IfRed.. vi Yanlwta;; Cards v. Phil. Slay 18IndJaoa 'Meyer; Leopards, Titusville
IICarda va Giants; Plrnravra "a 'Trailer Park, manager Charles OO
number 11. They were scheduled to play Tuesday against )
Florida Military Academy, but they called and canceled the ) IRA v. Giants; R0ili vi A'aJIll ,..? HIflraua Corley; Wildcats, Joyce PlumbIng ,;

meet. And, to make matters worse, they were not trying for :* 'a IV vi Carda; Fhlli va Yankmilnv Indian aravea va Dodgers; Yaakas v. manager George Neven;
has 11 matches. If Phils Glands RedaMar slay roe Eagles, Brevard Mutual Ins
number 11, the tnnis team already won Yankee vi ; va
they would have played Florida Military Academy, it would .- IIOlanlll va Cardi; R.da va A'a PltalleMM'InUau'II Dod.era; Tall..a v. Agency, manager Jim HilJiard.
1.Bravea II Commissioner is Frank Keller.
have been trying for number 12 instead of 11. aloe soPhil. 1
v. is4las. Yankees va
Cards Yankeesal.
VI A' ; VI" Chief umpire is Arthur Schnur-
Anyway, the tennis season is over. Officially they havean : s. Ganl.Jan./ .
11-0 record. Unofficially, they have a 16-0 record, because I'hll. VI Olanlll; Reds Va Carob I Indiana stein, and umpire sponsor is
4,",. 1Giants .. va ; Dodgers va Everman Construction.
three schools cancelled scheduled meets, therefore forfeiting va A a; Yankrra va ItciltJim I _Yank.
They remain the only team at Titusville High School to Juitrl Yankees va Glands; Cuds va Phlla For Your Freezer Woeds Try 1 '
1(,,1. va Phil; A'a vi Card
go through an undefeated season in many years. oIu. ICardi GENUINE HORMEL
Jim. PA's va Yankna; Phlla va Reds 1 r-i KEEP COOL with an

It appears, situations and feelings between Royal Oak v. Olanta; Reila vi CardiJnao

Golf and Country Club, subdivision officials and City Councilmen Phils 11 vi A'., Glanta va TankeraSaK NEBRASKA BEEF i
is not so bad after all, at least on one side of the Ej Ejw

fence.In a club bulletin letter, released several weeks ago, alnr eIlohats ONLYI.

Royal Oak was showing their appreciation and thanks to .. I-copanli vi hawks va F.ngle There. .511.1.vsPanther. SIDES . . . Sac lb. 9
Mayor Ed Kittles, and Councilmen Ed Willis and Jim Prit- I'

chard."Not only for their decisive and favorable votes, but justas Softball LeagueTo HINDQUARTERS . . 63c Ib.B 1964 FALCON
certainly for the careful and conscientious study which ..f Raised Corn F.d.nd Killed In Nebraska. Strictly 9"af.ntttd .
Check the Code All cut,
Wrapped and Pre-Freitn.
they dedicated to the issue! from start to finish and for the

patience read. with which each governed his effort," the letter Open May 19 FREE DELIVERY II .1

"For equally careful and conscientious effort, we thankCouncilmen City Softball league will begin ATLANTIC FOOD SERVICE r

Bill Walker and Randy Nunnally, whose votes play May 19, Tituiville Recreation
970-5th Street, EIU Callle, Fla.
the detailed but whose efforts
went against purchase as Director Jack Miller announced Call CelUct AL 4-715.
we're certain were not arbitrarily designed to oppose the recently
club's whole and successful development."
The league will play all of
their games on the newly constructed m
Softball field at River-
You know bowlers aren't such bad people after all. ,
view Elementary
night we accepted an invitation to the annual
Saturday ,
Miller also said the league is ..
of the Titusville! Classic League at the Elk's
needing umpires to officiate the
Club and really enjoyed ourselves.The night FULL
Elk's Club banquet room was a little on the small $199900

side for the large group, but we still enjoyed the steaks and PRICE
listening to the arguments, which are bound to arise when Five thousand companies making

bowlers get together.Just 3,200 products are manufact
like three fellows, who insist, left handed bowlersare uring elements required for the .MWUlCwtf 'PAINTS Or Mo.
/ t $199 DOWN $39.99
much better than right handers. Huck Huckleberry, Saturn space vehicle which will ,
(no relation to the hound), Bob Pasley and Shep Shepherd, be launched from thCl' new Mer- '

all left handers were still bragging about how much better ritt Island, Florida aite by the Own A Total Performance
their hand was than right handers, as they walked out the John F. Kennedy Space Center, ONE COAT a
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r x. Nosing Around Star-Advocate Vnkle FuD's

: 'Iv Bob Hudson) The Vole of 25.000 North Brtrard County lUsUUati

'Wonder what you would do phant jokes, "Have you heard '-IB:
IfJJpu were in a room high in a any good jackass jokes lately _. ___________ __ _A_ __- .
h tut> | and someone yelled "fire"? he asked, referring to the Demo (OYumI

4 But even more than that .ratic party symbol

whitjwould, you do if you were
talking to someone over the "Your little girl wants to kiss Nearly 10,000 North Brevard Voters

telephone and that person said: you over the telephone," said the I ".. T r
"1'velgct to hang up now, the secretary: : ,
t i I truck i month IS aboutn"r i 1,1"1 i i\ an J.e.lllrt'S at the
iiotelps! on fire"il'hat's "Take the ," answered .
message i < 01'1' ionic folk jut did them int. ,,r.." lfIIl"i., ( A, the wind got(
what happened to her boss, 111 get it from you -,1 I Lc. pioud un' mme jiit did loudi i I' ai":' louder he cried out,

Woodrow and Jeanette Darden later," Eligible For Primaries On Tuesday Out VDU would, expect, em tew "0 1."l'rl" acid us the spirit of
while they were in Miami Beach
.io Sore of the 'unfnondly the children! of hired, the chili
,attending the Florida Education
Jim Savage, local staff writer "
animal in some downtown rest of the Promised l Lund OUII
Association convention last week. for the Miami Herald, is puttingin ii i Ish piles\ duln even bother ",raio Vinklc whose u real

the They. were in their room on a claim for helping bring the North Brevard's eight voting Thl'y'll haw to wait until fall tow none: there!' grub ca\v,e they prut triil feller, looked up an'
,fifth DiLido
floor of the
rain yesterday Savage wrote a precincts list neatly: 10,000 voters Cut their turn, "",'W they wooden be molested said, Lord, don send nobody

til Hotel her and daughter Jeanette, Sandy was Ledford talking column about the drought in and only about one per cent Largest: precinct in North Bre Precinct Breakdown I sliced tic campaign: didI Jut. ci-nic jerself This Dint no
Tuesday morning's paper. By won't be able to vote next Tuesday v.ud is the one located at the I r n', nut some new an' dilfernt time tir childirn
TnjTitusville by telephone. noon it was pouring hard and we Indian River City civic center hiid.ii'apin' detumes, such as Will C'l'lloc.hun'! aint fer away

Smoke started pouring thr- had more rain in the afternoon. Actual count in the 10 pie- Listing u total of 2,342 voters, it Free lil turn r pot Il' lin' tile over: the an' I reckon wed need another
OUih the aIr conditioning system Just in case you did helpthanks clods in the 9729 is of 1,814 Democrats, Other Holder Total .,
area is composed No Precinct Demo Rep. I null r.a house! real sinkingiffut ,
Ind under the dotr And some Jim, I'ridc week jiit tew jilt .ill the
"fire." This includes 7,875 Democratsand 4U8 Republicans and 30 Independents 1 LaGrange: 1.147 2:13: 0 I.HI 1102 I :! un' ::1 i great tmtf htoppir shies, down after its all'I'r,
oiieggcllod 1 1,752 republicans 2 Titu8\ille IOH 193 9 7.111 1,218 Wind, r if Oilindo. the CitykUlitiflll
Old Fud
"Jeanette told daughter, Sandy lays yew better look up
I've' %got to hang up now, the Weiewed the rain with mixed These will be able to vote next Heaviest percentage of Re H South Lake 23t 113 4 :292:! 2)1IIII will try to copy that u man s past ircoid if yew want

hotel s on fire, I'll call you emotions We know lawns Tuesday, but only in their own publican registration Is found in Iims 1,0:14: 129 9 1151)) 1,192!':! OIK\ tew find out pretty much what

backi's t plants, groves, etc, were more party primary there Is no the ScotUmoor\ precinct where 23 1 1.., R. City I.811 4DII 30 1,911 3,312 Sci'mi a shame., that the hardwork hetat! poiiin b* like In the future
than thirsty and could certainlyuse switching or etching party linesin there are 67 Republicans to 151 21 Srottsl11oor ill 67 5 118 223: tin si'iin' y'all
.1A it turned out someone 35 So Titus, IORO 163 II !J2:1: un an' good I Inlen.xliuni
it We also know that Jess Florida during primaries Democrats and five independent Unklo Fud
Jhiew; a lighted cigarette down claiming 30 36 W I hl1s 1.354 382: 31 1.5II! : 1.767 mom line folk! hut! tew go: ) down
Childre, who is in the of who with Republicans
process But there are 102 voters tic,
the|lil\en\ chute on the ninth dmiii pst>>t bceaWbe- few,
Hocr 'and the resulting fire ciedt building the new Star-Advocate are listed ts: independents 01numlew per cent of the registration Totals 7.8705 1,7:12: 1)2( 7,7II! 11,729 MHiiimi.lv: dixlnti'roiled folks TidesHigh
much building, is "down in a hole" anddidnt of "other parties," and Of the 9,729! total registration '
c'd mn slip un downgradethe
smoke. It resulted in progress
look with too much favor time form the one per cent that in North Bavard, 7,739 are free'holdera Lew
evacuation uhnla community
of the 9th floor, the
on the precipitation, Right now won't be able to east ballots nearly 80 per cent Thursday, April 30
others remaining in their rooms tn iiwhlle I thought it was
he's in the process of forming the
,:[pit we imagine; it put a lot of pot t l'UW.1': thewere kinds slow 10:41 a in 4 50 a.m.
concern in the mind of Sandy "pit" for our 24-page press that'sIn On Radio This WeekendOn U.2J p.m, 4,:58 p.m.
Held Programs
Uedford: until she heard her storage at Fidelity Storage Candidate Inlerviews Being cillln! started but nobody could Friday, May 1
and Warehouse. He's four feet In that stow, I'm ufiuid there
mother's voice again that every down and isn't anxious for the The League of Women Voters face opposition in the May :S pri Sunday 'the candidates for Brooks, Lc'iKii' Votu I jist like the old mule out at 11::21! a,m, 5:30: am

tiling wa okay. rain to "cave in" the sides of of Central and South Bievard maues (the State Legislature und the Chairman it NE i Ii IIi 90), Winny IliKlirs livery stable out --- a m S:38 p m,
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the hole. U. S llou.e of Representative in the Holler Fie: kept runnm
.e have three more radio programs Candidates for County Commissioner
will be WEZY Good Cooperation into, the side the I If businessover
touiibt was visably impressed scheduled this weekend to coin will be interviewed ii the air over of bill nan' you get any
from 12 to 1 ',m, and the hanyn' his head. again tin-
"You say you have6SEaye Every day we run the noon p !: up
presswe plele their series of Interviews over WEZY Rtdio on Saturday Officers of the Fl>'ln Pirniaie -
of sunshine in yourpart operate on now, we anxious candidates for Sheriff will an beards, "What's the matter with the telephone -
with ell the candidates who May 2 from 12 noon to I p m lo ,i\c-
an\Mius III'pl'l'l'lalinllto '
of Arizona," he asked ly look forward to our new one S'\"(r questions over WHKT ( | that dungtil! mule, |111< hu blinl1, .

t'Indied I do, sir," replied the and new building Today we'ic '" ,,' ., _v' from 1 to 2 p m the following for their CDopr asked Old Clog Pores ono diy I you will get more busi-
Arizonian, "and that figure Is 4'' printing 24 pages It took nine ., 'f' Members of the radio audience 'ration during the >second> un aCttr heed hit the barn u hick
Jfvery ronbtivetive estimate." hours just to make the necessary un invited to phone In niversnry . "Nit," said WlmnHe ', I ness when you use

press run In a couple of question TI.esc! will bp asked' park, nt winch. the Flying AngrU:: : Hint blind, he list rlon't

:IgThc: campaigns are moving months, when we're moved, it : on thi an and be answered by were featured performers: Cull: a d.inin"

'toward the final days now Afgwloriade will take about 22 minutes a ( the indida'cs. Air Patrol boys> Titusville Police They was Irivin like a 111\1. KSIUGIr I
of Jack Mathews tupix slight difference in time. Do eM Voters needing non-partisan Dipailnunt and Auxiliary, I'M..nad v out In Coon Holler

>ten for governor movedjnoiscly you blame us for looking ahead? 4 4r Inform itton about the May 5 Sheriffs Dint, and Auxiliary tier/ 'venin' and Pumher, 267.5530
through town early Mon primary may call Mrs C. I1, and the' i arch/ lianin grass: was praym'' with great
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W it but a car with many man so dedicated to the welfare
Scott Kelly signs on it was moving state, lived to the age of 65, found .
right along bringing up the out there was no social securityand
d.ur of the motorcade died. -
About an hour Idler a Kelly t Why Doesn't Someone Do

inctorcade .moved through the
You might; see some localpeople :
Vrectj' of 1
winding up in front on television Friday
Cohannon Studio when the flI.
night, according to the local
famous IUb!.'ls quartet tang sc\-
workers for Kajdon Burns for
oral numbers l Something About The
governor Curtis Futch and ;) Dirty
Wo get double mileage this Frank Burden said that a big FIX UP Ira Madison, owner of one of the attractive
way," a spokesman said, "Scott Central Florida rally will beheld Negro homes on South\ St.,,, is shown as he puts rain gut
Is in one part of the state peak in Orlando Friday night ters on his house this morning Negro residents are pitching

Ina and were in another singing and it will be televised at 9:30: in also to dress up their area in co-operation with
hoping it does him some good," p.m, over both Channel 2 and Pride Month(S-A Photo), Water And Bad SewerageIn
The singing and the noiae Channel 9"Well ---- ---
brought back memories of lv()',v
have signs to tell where
used to be conductedin
lorida we'ic from so look for 'Titus Gene Moore M. D.
ville and 'Mims' and we'11 be ,
Fuller Wsiren was always:! Indian River
close by, Futch said. City ?
receded by a hill billy band, and
that drew a crowd while Warren

Was enroute from the last stop We would call your attentionto
When he arrived, the band the questions asked of candidates Margaret L. Moore, M. D.

ould fold up" quickly and by the League of Women

nine to I he next town, drawing Voters and the candidate's an announce the moving of their offices to
crowd again while waiting. swerx: which appear in the first BERNARD PARRISH Introduced and Passed through tho Florida

George Smathers used a fine four pages in the "C" section of new quarters, effective May 1 1st.
guitarist to draw crowds and wean today's Issue. Senate, a Bill (Senate Bill No. 719)) which would have placed private

still hear the tune "Third This U mi annual service of
Stan Theme", the Women's League and the Located at 1309.11 Garden Street At Park Av, Water and Sewer Companies UNDER LOCAL Government Control.

Uut those! were the good old Star.Advocate> Is happy to cooperate Across from Minli MarketELECT

a OS. in publishing the results,
amendment tho
: placed an on
A difprcnlwcen; a man I

Fond woman Is that a man will .. ..7....<<1 Bill in the House which EXCLUDED LOCAL CONTROL over tho

| pay two dollars for a one.dollar '"'
item he wants, while woman Private Water and Sewer Companies in Indian Rivcr City.
will pay one dollar for a two- \: CLYDEPIRTLE
dollar item she doesn't need

erck It was Republican left up to candidate Virgil Sch for s : The Worms And Rust In The Wafer Could Have Been Eliminated

state senate, to provide the wb.
laughter for the

Monday held at the night IRC Civic political Center rally YOUR Months Ago Under The Law As Proposed by Senator Bernard

He started out by asking Rep,
Jin; Fruitt to "pick me out a
good parking place" after Jim F4SHERIFF Parrish!

had curlier said he (Pruitt) had

been asked to serve on a pre EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED DEPENDABLE
legMative session committee that

would set up committees, name VOTE AND RE-ELECT

chairmen, set house seating airangrmcntj "- RETIRED LIEUTENANT FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL ((1941.1962))
and I *
down to setting aside
parking!: places for legislators"
Sch nck said that the Republicans MEMBER) 1st Methodist:!! Church Lions Club Muons Mihl Shrine THE MAN WHO WORKS

were! getting a lot of publi DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY My 5th (Pd, Pot Adv by Clyde Pirtle Campaign Treai)
city lately through' the ele

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The heroism' and forethought displayed by three 'rr i ir iv air t }w ,

THuswiffla teenagers last Friday afternoon! has reached

the heart! of local citizens.

.. la recognition of their noble efforts, which were N

:. credited with saving a three-y ear-old boy from drown.

jug local officials and civic leaders expressed the admir- 4w

:7 aiiort and' appreciation of the entire citizenry in cere-

!7 monies held this morning. iL t = ,5

._ The certificates of heroism and merit presented to the 4r

youths will long be remembered! and treasured in humble : fjra

: appreciation. Also as a token of appreciation each received .

:"." a $25.00. Savings Bond presented by three banks- fE

!f First National, Citizens and Brevard National. aft a p
*5 As a fitting climax to these ceremonies, the teenagers } fi.

'::1 along with public officials and civic leaders were w

feted with a luncheon 'on> the house' at The Colonial ''t.
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.:. Lounge. "-t. r Weinhold "Elks"'
Kenneth Maj.
-i. : LL MANAGERS Six: of the managers League.
-; Mere words of limes, fail to express true appreciation ....4_wtt. .M _i. .1., for the IRC Little League who are or League. Back row : Hobert Hoog,
readying their team for the season "Dodgers". :Minor League : David San-
these commendable efforts have risen to the occasion
AUCTION ITEMS Displaying many Mrs. Margie! Walker, Mrs Marcum, Mrs\ opening May 1 are, from left, front row : born "Tigers", Major League : Hill Bail-
.. and enabled Titusville to to these youths: "Thanks of the items to be auctioned off \ and Mrs
express new Dorothy McCoskey Agnes Step- Glen :Martin[ "Indiana", Minor League ; ey, "Heels", :Minor\ League
: from the bottom of our heart"Can't Thursday evening at the IRC Little Leahens, DennJ L. Surrency, "Twins"! Senior

*... gue Auction-Bake Sale are, from left :

Be Indian River South TitusriHe Happenings already have doctors practicingin the most modern appliances for from Denville. N. J. were visitors
Leglislaled : this area, a land surveyor, the shifting of stored items, ( at the home of Mr. an,
pharmacists, engineers and many stacking them, and moving Mrs. Ed Millis, 128 !Moon\ Road
other professional people, but them from place to place. Auto over last week-end. They arrive,
Racial demonstrators remained seated during the
Auction-Bake Sale Tomorrow NightTomorrow Howard is the first lawyer to mation is used to the fullest ex last Friday and left Monday
playing of the National Anthem during opening ceremonies open an office here. His office is tent These visitors are the Aunt am,
in the First Federal Savings and Uncle of Ed Mills.TeenTown.
Wednesday at the New York World's Fair.
night, Thursday, good. Coffee wilt be served \1) of Dimes and many other local Loan Aswiation's building in In. Tag Sales
They were noisy and disrespectful while President Johnson April 30th, is the night of the helpers. charities.For dian River Plaza. Club
Teen-Town of Indian "Aiver
Big\ Auctton-Bake Sale sponsor. the second' the Club Teen-Town Club held its usua
was making the dedicatory address.. I year, City had on hand a total of 500(
ed by the IRC Little League Opening Ceremonies \ departmentalized and this addsto Horn From Hospital Cape Kennedy" automobile dance last Saturday night at the
stall-In of traffic failed materialize Auxiliary. Mrs. Margaret Mar. The Opening Ceremonies 1 >r
A planned to the list of of its achievements Patti Ma IT, young daughter of tags, which they had bought for Civic Center, but with the Prom
cum is Chairman of the Com- the IRC Little League, with Il during the past The Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marc of
what other. year. resale in this To date
1 but sit-ins and demonstrations all but spoiled area. they Dance at T.H.S. in progress at
mltec which is handling this three of its Divisions, will t4 e Educational Department of the 929 Cleveland Road, came home have sold 120 of the tags.
wise would have been impressionable and memorable fund-raising project. place at 3:30: p.m. next: Frid! y Club sponsored an eight-week Sunday after minor surgery in Last week-end Judy Ashley and the same time, the Impact on

opening day activities. The Auction and sale will be evening at the James-Boshodf Smoke; Bear Summer Reading the Jess Parrish Memorial Hos Debbie Ponds sold at the 1st National Teen-Town's attendance wag dev
held at the Civic Center, at Field. I Program, at the IRC Library; pital. Patti Is a student in Stage Bank in Titusville, Joe astating. Instead of Teen-Town
: Demonstrators blocked the Florida Exhibit entrance, 7:30: p.m. All items to be auction. All 14 teams will be presort The Conservation Department 1 at our local Coquina Element. Mance and Billy Walker sold at holding a dance for 100 or 140
in at-
._ as well as others, and caused a postponement of the dedication ed off will be on display for in uniform. These compris!4 assisted in contributing moneyto ary School. the Citizens Bank, Titusville, tendance.teenagers, !Mr.only and 46 Mrs.were Ed Merriam .
about one hour prior to the startIf Senior League Teams, 8 Mar the Coquina Elementary while Kathy Bos and Bill McBride -
I: Florida Governor Hug Storage Space and Mrs. Vernon Ashley
: of the Citrus Tower by Bryant
the auction that Teams School for Public
so everyone League and 4 MinjirLeague landscaping; sold atVinn Dixie's. The
: and other dicnitarics% on hand for the occasion. will have ample time to Inspect Teams All Sponsors,,t>f Affairs Department started the The Fidelity Storage and tags will be on sale again next were Next adult Saturday chaperones night on a duty.new
them. Dr. W. G. Young will teams have been invited to it- first Safety Patrol in the Nortl1Brev31'd Transfer Corporation's new storage weekend, and the teenagers
the of the Star Banner Dance Band from Eau Gallic has
Spangled by
During singing
be the auctioneer for this event. Elementary .
tend the Opening Ceremony. Area at Coquina/ warehouse on South Hopkins[ have cleared through all the been chartered to play. This bandis
: the University of Florida chorus, demonstrators both An outdoor lounge chair, 2 ball The Rev. Roy Forward, Past. School; Th Fine Arts or Magnolia Avenue, Is really proper authorities and have per. called the "Five Dimensions"and

-white and Negroes chanted disrespectfully.. bats, a barbeque set, 2 throw or of the Christian-Allian e Department toured alt "Artmo- big. Its footage of storage spaceis mission to sell them. consists of 2 singers, 2 guitars .
pillowi, a melody phone. plants, Churcli- will give the Invocation. bile," along with, lectures, to all liK)0( ) square feet, and inside The tags depict a missile in and a bass drum. This bandis

Neither President Johnson or Governor Bryant made necklace a pole lamp, a coffee Gil Henry, Little League Ad the schools In North Brevarl the building, the space is at flight and have ntat words sure to draw a large crowd to
table and a huge "Piggy Bank"are ministrator for this District, will Area. This Clubalso contributed ]least 40.ft high Cubic feet of "Cape Kennedy" across the face Teen-Town's popular Saturday
reference to the disturbances in their remarks
any yet, a few of the many items be present and will throw out $100.00 to, the Fire Depart. storage space is thus 400,000 cu. of the plate. The teenagers are night dance.
= without doubt, it. was disturbing and shameful. donated by local generous mer the first ball. ment Auxiliary for equipment ft. Although this facility has not selling these tags as a fundraising

y chant,, Among the good, used: A superb job- of organization, for their new volunteer ambulance been here very long, already it is project to bolster and aug Cub Scout News
These demonstrators, should the Civil RigntJ Bill items offered for isle will b* a has been, done this year in ,.lli! filled to 50"I of its capacity. It ment their Building Fund for a The South Brevard District

= ln its'present 'form bepassed, would not be content and stenm iron baseball shoes, ,bicycle three Division'of?Uie Little Lea- The Club has just finished ,is entirely modern for a warehouse Teen-Age Recreation Center. held a Cub-Scout "Pow Wow" at
vacuum cleaner and a gue, and 14 teams have been last fund raising project to sup- ( of this type; it has facil- the Satellite Beach High School
would become
M only more demanding. gun rack. Bargains will most fielded. Parents and< the gen port its many charities and its 1 ties for dehumidifying the Inside from N. J. last Saturday, April 25th.: Attend

:. Civil Rights are not the eore of this deep-seated certainly abound at this auction. eral public are cordially invitedto building fund. The many hours of the building, and uses Mr. and Mrs. Philip Tears See I.RC NEWS On Page JB

Coffee, cokes and other' refreshment attend the opening games of work paid off in an other success
trouble ignorance and hate cannot be legislated out
: wilt bt sold duringthe Friday evening and! all games for the members, when an

= of them and love of country and fellow man cannot auction. An invitation is extended during( the Season. The com evening of cards was enjoyed '. .'. ,'.

be legislated In.Dangers. to everyone to come and plete schedule for the Major Di- along with the delicious home-
M enjoy themselves. All proceedswill vision for the whole season has made desserts that were served 'j

.' be used \to- help defray expenses already been published. along with coffee and tea recently

Of Inflation of the LR.C. Little Lea.
gue-Soninr, Major and Minor Players' Agtnt Final Report This function was held in the

Divisions. With Friday, May 1st, mark Community room of the Citizens I :

: The tax cut has been almost universally heralded ing the opening of the Little Lea Bank, and Mayor Kittles of Tl I

PTA Car-Wash gue Season in this area, Ed tusville was an honor guest, who Current Dlvlilend. .
That's natural everyone likes to see more money in nine
Fathers from the Coquina Elementary Mills, the Players' Agent of the picked the winnersfor / Compounded
the pay envelop. School P.T.A. busily League, reports all the players' the "Special Prize": and BemlAnnuallyNO ;

w.whtdi: can: last Saturday at th. try-outs and Team Auctions the "Door Prices". Winner of the
=. But that shouldn't blind us to the dangers very have been for all
Indian River Plaza. Kenneth completed special luggage prize was Mrs.
}teal dangers that exist. And their name is inflation. Stuckay: President of the P.T.A. three Leagues. John Green. There were 18

was ably assisted by Luther The Minor League is larger other prizes awarded, and the ,
:2 The price index has been inching upward year after Rogers, Principal, Ed Zirnfus, and stronger than ever, with 20 function was a huge success e

ear. Inches, in time, become feet. And the number of W. S. Alexander and Ervin players on each of the four This Club starts another yearof .
Thompson teams. At this point it is Im work very soon with its next v vI
dollar bills in that pay envelope is less important than :
Your reporter was No. 4 Inline portant that all parents be apprised meeting, with Mrs. Randolph
:what. they will buy! with his car on Saturday that at some time in the NunPhlly as its President for "
future, their boy be called the ensuing year Tins Club hasa
morning and the three gentlemen may
:: It Is expected that a new wave of wage and fringe:: in the picture did an out. Into the Major League to fill a ]long list of praiseworthy accomplishments ; ;

1enefit: demands, led by the pace-setting auto workers, standing job in short order. It vacancy. Unless there Is some to Its credit, and

ITwill soon occur. The government's be- is a matter of regret that more reasonable excuse why the boy In its ensuing year this com-
economy program
parents and well-wishers of the should not advance, his only option munity will be the beneficiary
-gins to look more like a political stratagem, than the real youngsters didnot bring their is to enter the Major Lear of rainy more worthwhile pro.

:'thing. So the stage is set for another wage-price spiral curs for washing and cleaning.: / gue cntl1<'ly. }eels. -

.Zlhat could more than:: wipe out the tax reductions most of Thccar wash Is planned to be Considering that till the Managers I

:_"us are receiving. repeated Saturday, May 2, from of this City's Little Leagueare From Indiana
9:0(7: ( a.m. tilt :9:00: p.m The'pro. experienced with boys and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lowe from
=. The dollar is worth something like 40() cents now, ject at the Indian River Plaza bull playing it is a certainty that Columbia, Indiana, returning tt i'oft

Has: compared with past times. Unless an aroused and informed will this Saturday, utilize the only qualified boys will be selected from Fort Lauderdale on their I' : ,
students at the school. All for advancement. j way home to Indiana stopped off
: public demands the necessary measures and safeguards those who missed the opportunity At this time there are a few and visited with Mrs\ Mary

: there's no telling how much more erosion will to clan up their automobiles openings in the Major League, Boggs of Coquina Avenue and I

,::take place. last week will be able to do ao so( the Minor league may h* Mr. and Mrs. Boggs of Jepson ; YEAR'S WAITFOR
Street. Mrs. Lowe Is the eldest
this Saturday. Funds derived sure to be called upon to supply
from this project will help pur players.A A daughter of the late Harry
Our Pride Is chase the much needed blinds Boggs, and is the stepdaughterof
Showing for the, classrooms at Coquina Wonderful A'ompli.hment, Mrs. Mary Bog s. She is the
sister of Richard
Elementary School. The Indian River Woman'f Boggs. They

: The month of April has seen many improvements in Washing cars in the hot sun Club is coming to the end of a if arrived last Saturday, stayed THIS
over the weekend and left Monday \ HIGHER
:the Titusville Area, thanks to the splendid cooperation shine, as was done last Satur. other year and its Imprint o; resuming their journey RATESavings
extended day, is no easy job and next the community, through many
Greater Pride Inc,, in i its beautification) pro. north.
Saturday the students will l be projects, has always been marlt
left the
: ram underway this month. by 10th of any month earn from the :
operating. An excellent job Is td and applauded. The a$-
From Ten". 1st. Savings insured to
premised, and public spirited quisition of and acre of land duping up $10,000 ($30,000 for a hus-
Z Garden Clubs and other civic organizations have gone Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hill from band and wife) by FSLIC
citizens whether they are fathersor the past year has spurredon a permanent agency of the I
ITall-out in their efforts and individual support and activity not, are urged to patronizethis its project of having a building Rockford Tenn., paid a surprise U. S. Government.
visit to the borne of Mr.\ and Mrs.
::has been gratifying if
make it
"car wash" to help itsown, and a building
Joe Shiapaugh and their son. Jo( .I
= it suete. fund Is rapidly being built upIn
: As the efforts continue throughout the month other Charles of 344 Pritchard Avenue.
earnest. q
residents will become infected with the' 'bug' and PRIDE Mrs Hill i b Joe's sister, and
Work Party This club has seen to it that
.Erst 'tral
hearing that her brother had beenin iWing
Hwill abound in Titusville. Tom Walker, President of the all the children of the North the hospital recently they decided s ;
IRC Little League, announces Brevard Rehabilitation Center
A such this not well of to atop by and see how he
:=: program as only speaks our3ity lund Loan Association
that at 6:00: p.m. tonight, there had milk through both the summer of Titusvlllo -
: to visitors and tourists it generates enthusiasmand will be a Work Party at the and regular: session; the was doing. Downtown Office !I I

: respect in the pride of ownership and acts as one of Little; League Ball Field to clean ladies of this club contributed First: Lawyer Washington et Main Branch 145 N. CoquinV I

the best Spring tonics we know of. up and put everything, la first many> valunlaei hours to Sunland Howard L. hayes Jr., who
class shape toe the opining attire Training Ctitvt; The United
lives with his family at 642
:;; The, concerted efforts in. "Pride" will ;yield big r. season on Friday( May 11'' Fluid of Brtvacd County: ;; The Jupiter Avenue, and has long Open 1 to 3 Daily, Also 4 to 7 Friday I

ttumsTind; reflect favorably on the residents as well as All citizens able'to help\ are urged Brtia/d Clint CuklUnc' Centet been a resident here, has the -

lour city 71: Took an about you our PRIDE la showing. trr come down this evening In Cocoa; the!' Wftrt Ftod; Can- honor of being the first lawyer to ;---- A .. .. ..
W and pitch in for the general cer Crusade; the Motners' March open an office In this city. We
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TitutvtIU' (Florid) Star-Advocate .
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'. iContinued, Frnm Page 2H) was dUo announced\ that the I Cutter Drugs JP L! J JI

"IB (from. Indian River City was boys of the little teat u(- will ell '
Mrs E.lwnrl I Zirnius, Don Mo candy for the benefit "of the League
ther ,of f Den :No. I j. pack 310 of starting May 01 h ,;'
tins city.Follmvme 1 Since there was a number of
\ registration, there Little League Decals left over '
was time to play some from last year. !Shirley\ ftatea ,
games Training Sessions Midway began these would be made available at GiganticInventory
at 1 4S p.m. Craft were taught the concession stand for those ,
with such things who might wish to purchase one ,
/ as tin-cans plas I I
tic bottk;, plaster molds and for their car.Margaret [I
leather. It was amazing to see :Marcum made a mo- I
the things thai are fabricated out tlon that the Auxiliary have I
of what next t people call "junk". membership cards printed and
At 4 00 p m a short coffee break mailed together with a letter inviting I 1 j fhIecurcunce
wait held. all mothers of Little League .
When the session was continued players to join our Auxiliary I
it was on learning skills This was seconded and carried. I
gamp-. pii7/le and: tricks. At the The Auxiliary has been invited
dose of this session a Blue and to hold their meetings, at the
Gold RanqiKt twas hrld with oil community room of River Lanes I
the tallies I done up beautifully in Bowling Margaret made a motion iL ] 'J
the Blue and Gold theme that future meetings be held
there seconded and carried
With no further business. Shirley I
L .L. Auxiliary Meeting adjourned the meeting and II
The rosular monthly meetingof served delicious refreshments of I
the Woman's Auxiliary of the punch brownies and

April!IRC Little 27th at League the home was of held the bread. ginger. FREE ORCHIDS TO THE FIRST 1000 LADIES IN OUR STORE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY!

president Shirley Rickcr.!
Pvt. HamblenIn
Those! attending were Lola
Gills Sally Martin, Frances 98c Sterilite Beverage Sets 2.39 Check Files 1.47 8-Piece

Price.Margaret Vivian!\Marcum"an on.Margie Sue Perry Walk. Cannoneer 4 8-oz. Glasses All Metal with Lock . 1 I.69 Writing Kit . . . 99C

er, :Nancy Stephens. Shirley( Rick- 1!_ -i2:2!.. Pitcher . . 19c .
: ::
9.95 Ceramic Rooster With cales Head
er and Agnes! Stephens The min J

ut"s of \the last meeting and the TrainingPvt. 17c. Clock ((1 only) . . . lI.63 Scarves . . 3 f or.1 00
treasurer's report were given 69c Screw Drivers . . . .
and accepted as read. Dale R Ilamblen. son of
SOc Private Eye Folding 2.00 Toni Home
Mr. and !Mrs.\ Earl Hamblc-n. 112 29c Johnson's Liquid
Margaret and Marcum. chairmanof Lemon St., Titusville, completed! 16c .....Reading Glass . . 3IC Permanent . . . 1 I.09
ways means .
committee Shoe Polish . . . .-
reported that final advanced artillery training as a I
plans for the =-"
auction and hake sale were pro cannoneer at the Army Artillery 3.OO Chocks Vitamins 19c 10 J9c 1.49 White Rain
and Missile Center. Fort Sill .
.will gressing: he Thursday very well., April The 30 event at Okla., April 20. I too' .I . . 1066 Assorted Sunglasses Hair Spray . . . 89C

7 30 p.m. at the Indian River Hamblen was trained to serveas I 69c Aluminum 7 Inch
98c Raid Ant and Roach
City Civic Center with Dr. Glen a crewman in field artillerygun 49c lea Grain Saccharin 2 for 69c
. .
I Ash Trays . 16c
Young in charge of the auction. or howitzer crews 1000's. . . . . 28C Killer, 13-0z.Spray . .
Margaret asked that some of The 22-year-old soldier entered
the the Army in December 103.:) and 25.95 3.49 Indoor-Outdoor
men arrange to be at the I 3-Piece Half-Bushel Wood
auction to assist Dr. Young and completed basic combat trainingat I 11.43 3 Thermometer . . . 2 1.19
also the ladies would be needed Fort Knox Ky. Luggaqe Set. . . Baskets With lids . . DC
to help on the baked goods coffee He attended Arsenal Technical
98c 6" Round Mirror
and cold drinks. The following High!: School in Indianapolis. In.l! 1.25 Super Anahist Continuous 33c 98c Wall Can

ladies volunteered to assist t Action Tabs . . . : 68C 1 Side Magnifies . . Opener . . . iiC
Margaret Nancy Stephens, HAPPY '
Margie! Walker Shirley Ricker S9t. Non Stick 12c Hardwater
SalK Martin Sue Perry, Frances BIRTHDAY I9C 1 1.49 Baseball Bats . . . 59c Soap
. . S SC77c
Cookie Sheet _
Price and Agnes Stephens. 30 3 Aromas . . . .
Thursday April -=--
Shirley asked: for a volunteer Mrs. Wm. HickmanMrs. Mct al I Trash cans 7.98 King Size
to be permanent chairman of Arthur B. WilsonD. 31c TV Tables Set of 4 . 6 6.44 79c KeIlerDiarrhea
concession stand with Nancy B. Fisk Now, On . . . o . . . 41c
Stephens graciously accepting
Lola Gills and Sue Perry agreedto Frank Meyer, Jr. 77c 6 foot Floor and
work with Nancy. Mary Victor Jane Geissmann Levitt 1.__ . Carpet Protector . . ,51C 99c Artificial Potted 4 for 99c
Membership\ chairman Margin James Gibson --:-- PI.1nts.assorted( ) . ,,
Walker reported she had a 1.49 5-Cell Flashlight!,
Friday, May 1 98c briargate Shave Cream
complete lists of all the boys in With Batteries . . 99c SOC 39.95 Auto Fans "
Mrs. J. Paul Conway '
11-Oz. Can . .
the league and asked that a mo Spray f Os
ther from each team be respon Harriet Rogers I' Squirrel Cage -12 Volt .

sible for calling the other mothers Cail Mrs. Thrclkeld Alvin Higgcnbotham 98c Onion Chopper . . 67c 6.59 50 Foot %" 69c Smokers Tooth Paste
regarding meetings projects Vanita Baldwin Hose Nylon Reinforced 3.51 1
etc. 29,50 Ronson "Can-D"- Get A Pack Cigarettes Free
Mrs. P. L. Bryen I --
The following women will com
pose the telephone committee James McKenney Can Opener, Etc. . r Il.11 3.39 50 Foot 9/16" 1.25 New Calm Aerosol

Shirley Indians, Sally Ricker!Martin\; Reds; Dodgers Jean Sharron Fred Weisner Lee Grinrr I 1.09 Fold-A-Way Hose ((3 only) . . . 1 1.0V Deodorant . . . 13C

bailey, Mets. Sue Perry; Braves Nancy Levitt Table ((3 only) , , SAC 3.98 Poloaroid Gallon
Dorothy McCoskey; Bull Dogs. Linda Fay Sechrcst
Jusnita '{.JUng: Elks. Nancy Mao Woods 9.95 Bathroom Sun Glasses j . . . 1 1.98 Coke Jugs . . . IOC
Stephens Lola Gills Pitates .
Agnes; Tigers Stephens; Yankees; Card Of ThanksMy Organizer ((3 only) . . 5 5.45 99c Ironing Board 22.80 Electric

Sue Coleman; Cardinals Vivian sincere thank while undergoing Pad and Cover . . i3C Clock Radio ((1 Only) I 1113
Hanson' Cubs Margaret Mar
cum and; Twins Margie Walker. an operation in Mt. 2.98 "Ring" Alarm Clock . 119
Alto, V. A. 1,50 1 99 Molds
Shirley reported some uniforms Hospital. Washing. Airways Resusitube ceo

were not lettered but would be ton D. C. 5.89 Sunbeam Electric Pediatric Size . . . 78 C Copoer' Tone . . . 4lC
ready by Friday. She also stressed I also thank the thoughtful Clock . . . . 1 1.99
the importance of giving all ones fir the sweet get well cards 53c listerine
local news to Colonel Boshoff as and the beautiful flowers. 1,19Household 1St 98c Nut Choppers . . . 63c9C
the Little League shares in the Again many thanks 59 Toothpaste . . . .
profit from these news items. It Joe Warren Deodorant . . . 98c Window Washer
---- 38.95
Starter Set 32
Beam Oven EVERY HOUR SqugCf3 & Sponge . . C
GIC'r'J t ::ba') .!)J ofac/eJ' ::bClY! Cleaner ((3 only I ) . r ._25'G If Clubs ((1 only I ) TILL SOLDI 1 1.99 Steel I Kitchen I

14.95 Hamilton Beach 1 1,19 Air Conditioner 1 2Sc Stool . . . 1.49 1
9 96 FIlters . .
(Asst) .
s r ) Ladies handle so much Electric Mixer . . -
1.98 Cannon Bath Ensemble
of the money nowadays, 4,95 ;Ball I I Bounce Back
7.95 Johnee Baby

lr r I we that see It'.so no much wonder of them that Carry-All Seat . . . 5 S.SO ((2 only) . . . . 1 on Towel 1-Bath; Towel l-Bath: 1 Cloth Guest. . 94c

here and no wonder, Bobby Sox 99e 33e T'd . . . . 28c 1 1,29 Oval Dresser
either, that wo mako a 3 Pair . . . . Mirror 41C39c

\ busy avory special days effort banking. .to. moot which need theIr for on Box Ludens of Candy 3 for 9ge 5c Rat Tail Combs-, , 1 for Ie 2.88 Mirror Oval Dresser. . : : : : : : : : : 1 1.04

thorn meant EVERY day. 26.25 Sunbeam Shave master 18.88 4.00 Panel Framed of Pictures 3 . . 1 I.50 O 5.25 Auto Scat Belts ,
Electric Razor . . .
5nIY . . . 3 46
"I 18.95_All American; Camper
17.95 Kodak Camera

North Brevard'sOnlyHome Owned Bank Instamatic 100 . . 12.88 -_ Family Tent . . .9.00 9 29c Soviet y Facial 5 f 1 CO
Tissue 400's . nr.
Offers You 1.69 Nuvel Sanitary

Savinqs Accounts 3.98 Camera Case . . . 99c Napkins Box of 40 . ooC 35c Coke Float

Checking Accounts 26.77 10 1 Transistor 40 95 Schwinn Typ Noon REDUCED suo King Size Coke With
Banking By Mail s 16 17 IACH HOUR 2 Scoops Ice Cream . . talc
Drive-In Window Service Radio . . . . Boys 24" Bicycle . TILL SOLD I
24 Hour Depository Service -
4.98 Dresser Sets

.Insurance.Mortgage, Collateral.Personal and Commercial Auto Loans 2.00 Billfolds . . . SOC 88c Shoe Tray . . I9C Mirror, Comb, Brush . 3.31
Plus Many Many More Fine Services ;

Member Federal Deposit
Member Federal Reserve System I

,'Not The Oldest. Not The Largest But The BEST! ;
I Walgreen Big' Apple' Plaza-Tilusville
/ Cutter

\, First National. ST Bank I I Agency Drug Magnolia Avenue -L R, C.I C.r C.


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,.. 4-B TltuivllU. (Florida' ) St...r. Advocate Wednady, April W, 1M4
Nazarenes To In District The "Titusville Star. Does Your Offlcv
Participate AssemblyPastors t Need More Space?

and leading b)'mer. of 1946 In the highest elective office! churches have about 8500 mem Advocate, 1 1st in circulation I
Survey Shows Holland As the Church of the Nazarene In of the 'rnommatinn'' ben and a SunJay school: enroll in No. Brevard
this area will take part in the Dr. John L. Knight, Orlando, ment of 18,000. I
I annual Florida district assembly will give his annual message a* .
at the First Baptist ch'inh! In district superintendent District ,
Orlando on Monday and Turn officers will be electedFinal .
Easy Winner Over Odham day, May and 18.19.Sunday District services conventions participation plans by w:II local be Nazareneswill made for Brevard Lumber CompanyREADYMIXEDINTRANSIT !CNECwITNK Office FREE Layout c."gnl"V

: org stuart
be held in the Orlando city as delegates and guests at the CONCRETEBuilding .
auditorium the preceding three 16th General Assembly of the o..c n I.""
Material Lumber Paint Hardware I i DoyMn.Inch Ct
days church at Memorial Coliseum, EM Call'*.Viltounw AMis | ,
u. S. Senator Spessard Holland them. ,fc'ncng' those who tint indicate a The presiding!: gcncr.: ipcrln Portland: Ore., June IS26 WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSESLet I Titusville-Toll Free!
I will win an overwhelming victory in view of the urge per cent choice, it is difficult to form an tendent will be Or G B. WillAt the district gathering, annual Ui Glv. You An EstimatePrompt -
against challenger Brailey Od of undecided voters in this race opinion at to who will be the next lamson, of Kansas City Mo., who reports will be made by pastors Delivery Phon.* < AM 7-3331 Dial 7.6859
I and the closeness of the vote Attorney General. has served
turn, and Jacksonville Mayor continuously since of 102 churches These -----
Haydon Burns will face Lake
land Senator Scott Kelly in the
Democratic runoff May 26th, ac
cord.ng to a statewide survey
ma-e by the Florida Institute ol
Public Opinion.

1 Tfco Institute, which based It I!

findings on a person.to-persoi nlf /M i, k i ii r1\ SUNNYLAND GOV'T INSPECTED HICKORY

'. ten survey and in rural major areas population throug.ioul!:ten r ( '4LJL'J\ r I

Florida, learned that 66 per cent
of the U.S. Senate votes will g'
to the Florida Senior Senator,
who Is being challenged by onetime -
Gjhernatorial}: Candidates v4LTh1II
Erallcy: Odham' of Orlando: .

Jacksonville! Mayor 13.-rn! {
showed up with a strong 31 per SHANK HALF
cent total of the survey voter OSTO '
cast, while Senator Kelly had 1
moved into a strong second place cc
position with 23 per cent, compared Included
to 19 per cent for Fred O.
(Bud) Dickinson of West: Palm r

The other three Democratic
..- Candidates were led by Senator .
John E. Mathews of Duval who
polled 10 per cent, while Miam1! !
!Mayor\ Robert King! High showeda
distant 8 per cent, and Daytona I
Beach Legislator Fred Karl
trailed with 6 per cent. .
( ,
A recent sampling of public
sentiment throughout the State of
Florida shows a rather large PRO

amount to their of choice voters of still U.S.undecidedas Senator DUCTS Whole or Butt Half Lb, 45'

Governor, and Attorney General!. .

In the race for U.S. Senator, \ I,,
31 percent of the total voters said "".1' '
that they were still undecided as Pork Chops". 59
to their choice. Of the: t 69 per ?
cent who were decided:!, incumbent D U iIf REG 39, BONELESS
Senator: Spcssard: Hollan' I SIll'\
received 66 per cent of the vote I Perch FiIIetsREG I : < f2;
while his opponent, Brailey Od D 59, COPELAND FROM ALA
ham of Sanford received only
3t per cent. We therefore make .j'l' SIRLOIN Sli. Bologna1
the flat prediction that Florida
will reelect Senator Holland.: Holland U ; : / Steak LB 88 ; ,REG 454<< SUNNYLAND ,FROM GEORGIA
is leading In all counties I'LLL c.- 7 si e .
except Seminole, Lake, Bay, Levy T-BONE Sausage39x
and Sumter .
Of the total number of voters SteakBONELESS .
Spare Ribs'T;
sampled in the race for Attor
ney General, 64 per cent: Indicated THRIFTY AAAID FROM VIRGINIA ROUND

Of that Faircloth the they remaining held were a 38 light still per undecided.lead cent over Earl A'pEA'p' Sauce 2 :. 251' SteakBONELESS ROUNDRoast B . LB 88; 50 Bacon EXTRA STAMPS WITH. .PLUMROSE 3 CANAD CANs 2"STYLE

incumbent Jimmy Kjnes. Kynes ? 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH GA. BRAND
received 47 per cent: of the vote SAVE I0< DEEP SOUTH FROM O LANOO. FlORIDA LB 8 8 ; I L b
and Faircloth :53 per cent. Those . Sausage. Brick; 591
wvotera who indicated! a choice Mayonnaise Qt' 391
-were then asked the question WITH TARNOW COOKED OR

"'Why did you make thin decls- Roast LB. 8 8 ; Baked HAM PKG. 691
-1ln"1 The predominant answer SAVE 10e KRAFT FROM ATLANTA GEORGIAMayonnaise . .
:"which: favored Faircloth wis that BONEmRO'N', "
'Kynes had received his appoint. QT,491
"ZTment: from Governor Bryant who Roast LB. 881
--ls unpopular in many areas of B o B

-Kynes_1 that indicated he: was better In most known Instan.ces to- Tissue 4 Roll 3 9" B f 5 LB $195 REG. tO< DIXIE DARLING DINNER
i P G r e e 0 PKG
Rolls P 9'S' "
Bayvicw Pupils ,
Visit Citrus Plant 24-ox. 100 EXTRA STAMPS REG. 2945<< DIXIE DARLING COCONUT

Elementary Abort: 90 cnpUs School from here Bayview paida Preserves ''o 39?'f f WHEN YOU BUY ONE Twirls 6.Ct' 9;

visit to the citrus packing plantof 5-Lb. Package GROUND
Pioneer Chester Groves on U. t 9 REG. 35e<< DIXIE DARLING RAISIN
S. 1 ten miles south of Titusville

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PEACHES ; ; Pork & Beans ; ; COFFEE

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Wtdnttdiy, April 29, 1964 Tlh,."'. (Florid) S ir-Adv. .u" ..... a-I
.11 --.. -_ _--_ -- -- Brevard 4 4-H Girls Take Top Honors In District CompelilionBrevard

II : small Builders Claim I Policy Unfair .' County 4It girls took I.a Vina. I(annum. Tl1ullvlllt'Jlijth Joan Frazler Cocoa High Linda Day Cocoa lull win
honors district Clothing Construction
nip in competition Best Study Lamp. In this Elect fourth in District tumpetiticm
among *counties in e\enU (Bound Button holes J a\l'ral(1a : i nutty Project boys and girls: with a dimunOration on Health
I A new Federal Housing Ad Tli small builders complain building business In Brevard policy fives the advantage: to held at lamp :\UQuarrie Ocala score of 99.l4 percent Her finIshed made study lamps The top award and Safety, sharing 1 first aid
min'stration' (FlIAi I poll \ on tlii' National Forest with US 411 product was!! a reu"ruble presented to Joan will be .
I > will ultimately cause a drop County will be ruined. tin I inldtr who can afford to fin a and correct bandagea.Parliamentary :
tiidl In Drev.lrll L''III' r has in home .ilu members participating! in the raincoat with a matching .driss paid scholarship to State events I'ru.ure(. Tea mplat''d
\ (s through the ten his homes
an" i own
come under .itt.uk nt sn,,,,ill,|| lI'i' nc\ 11 overbuild an already Resolutions of protest have "It has ben our experiencethe iventsDislrat. Jo'ceIeGulrt'!\ RdgewoodJunior : ( Other District winners were sciond in Dittiut. I imprt,'
I builders, who cLtmi it I is unfauto been sent to the Florida congres who will attend ilion Team members
(hild Kathleen
Mrhult< area. They charge: Lev tuildeuvill build regard winners Ilign 1'H'I"I'n1l'nt :\Mrndinhall Titus are Mary
I them itt and Sons, developers of Lev: sional delegation by individualtuildir.i less of our policies and! FHA state Events Day to be lulit Project In Clothing made a per ulle High won third in District Locke, Laura Moffett and Gail
The. policy put into effect It Park! at Rockledge. and other and mortgage organize commitment tiictions do not May 1st and fed at University of fact score by four judges Joyce competition demonstrating tech Revels of Edgcwoocl( Jr. High;
i 14, tions, charging political pressure Florida, Gainesville, Ann !lUrwood of Southwest Jr.
April allows large: builders are: also made a pencil scoreat the
of Yeast
large niques shaping Fancy
builders will the slow down this conventional
the level of FHA
at Washington
High Debbie Farnnttton of Eau
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with ready competition lor demonstration
county Breads. She
financing to home market. demonstrated how to
specu procured the change, Lans buil: according to I'll A spcufica In Child l Gallie Huh: Julie Fontcnut
DI'H'lnpml'ntI'rojert make 'fan'
and had display
late in FIIA a on
housing and tends Under the new policy the In. The new policy allows "feas Clearlake Jr High VMS L Marriott
to block the small Phil Maloney deputy com turns The homes ran then be In Clothing!: showed( howto a wide variety of various
I out builder! with. dkidual builders charge, the mis l<>ncr of FHA in Washington ibility certificates' to be obtained "hl| | 11 qualified buyers uro make attractive clothing (fur kinds and shapes of iwcet Coven and Miss I'hill Mazzella
financing from .
, -.peculation $50 mill'on residential home wm quoted as saying "the new by builders end homes to be (found bv the buiklir young children breads rolls etc. have worked as leaders for this
I team.

Angel Waite and Linda, Ellis of

Fclgewood Jr. high( placed second -
In District Chicken Barbecue .
Contest. Mrs Virginia Kes-
eel trained those girl on selecting .
a Rood quality chicken, makIng -
ll.t t V M 'I!' rrnra:!nso I mi-1'1' I'iWrji1 ; barbecue sauce, how to builda
** ] ," '' II1' I'' (fire and prepare the chicken
_svim j FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM FROM PAHOKEE, FLA "SAVFS1.:1'WITH ) 1 I" i : :-1 properly
l Hilly Jean Limb of (ocoa High
Corn 10 EARS 59, entered' the Public Speaking Con.
delinquency test with a speech on Juvenile

FRESH, CRISP LARGE HEADSLettuce 4.H Club work Is under the direction
of County Home Demon
stratum Agent: Mrs. Sue 1J,.
2 2 9
HDS Wing and County Agent James
Y Oxford: Mrs Glenda R. New
'$ K dun and[I ;Mrs Arlcn C. Jones
i FRESH LARGE FROM LAKE GEM, FLORIDA ) ; were thc Home Agents in charge
of the Bre\'ard County Group.

Celery 2 STALKS 29, 411 I Leaders attending were
Mrs. Fred Waite and Mrs Geo
...r A rge KI'ssl'l.I ho served is food
chairmen' and fudges !Mrs Fos
( : ter fronti( 'not ,assisted with judfi
aseir ( t".N: 'Lis o. .4iouaomuitha..vini: 'iiiaiitallu1adeimucumiasii0ima' ins
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VEGETABLE SAl PURCH'A'S'E- t J Juice 4 Cans 99xij ask us I
;Stal rt ip* ;jstf |: THE EACH PIECE

n CoveredSoua Pan 2.Qt Double Boiler .
SO Extra t Top V etimpi'
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Green Peas Cut Corn P T -it. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASJ Of gellhls

Baby Limas -* Butterbean ly 11 -J I P>... GOLD KINO Fnolll.
*Mixed Vegetables Blockeye Peoi j ('. ,)d'" 1.lfEJJi.! $349lE1. S 799' Hush ,Puppies famous make

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$ C,3Ij ..... 14 J $8995aUlD
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WINN emu' ..0...... 'NC CO Y"'CI"T14' r 3 50 Extra Top Value Stamps: 50 Extra Top Value Stamps
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Fresh Eggs i 50 Extra Top Value Stamps P i 50 Extra Top Value Stamps I 30 Model Gallon Glass W30-RXS LInedInsulated Capacity

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$ 1".0' "ICH' :

u ;vtr: 3 Doz."u Froion Eclairs MAr two GO Fl!'"Bars MAraa / 10YearWarrantyDELIVERED

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f;i MORTON FROZEN Apple, Cherry Peach, Coconut -;. 50 Extra Top Value Stamps' 50 Extra Top Value Stamp I

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-- j 2 CATION CTNS, $1 _t Chase Lounge j Tray Tables J 4' _. "YY:1 i:

as- x i if5POSITION .
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1 ; DOUBLE 4 I I'1..tlc Tipped. Lop 8 8 ,/

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WQSS ; i,f .FLOUR._... ; I ; -I I"I
t3r z ; ; (COLORS $199': Doable>>' lake d S..mi

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WESSON OIL COIL FLOUR ; HI-C DRINKS : ..........J.__.................__........ SUBURBANPROPANE

Save 7t 24-or. Bottle ; Save l 10* 24-oz Bottle ; Save 204<< 5Lb. Bog ; Save 8.1/6 I << ea. 46-oi 3 HP CYCLE BRIGGS' & STRATTON ENGINE 22-IN. CUT OAS SERVICE

8 ? 1 25 ? 39 # I 3F0R79? r Lawn: Mower. :=:$44"S.*.: INSTALLATIONIf Call for needed details

Mod. M Sevonneh,6axgla ; MocH In Orlando Florido+ ; Lln"l I wth, $5 o.de. or room ; All FruIt Flavors '

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P... .-. Tifusylite (Florida) Star AI"".. W.dn. ...t.y, April If. W4

I I _Flowers Ar Blooming, Spring Is Near. To Sell, Advertise Here i TODAY'S BEST

f CLASSIFIED AD I For Lease GLAMOR GIRLS I r For Sale I Help Wanted I Mobile Homes REAL ESTATE

building, all or part for pro I Have A Repossessed 64 Model ---.- ----- TRAILERS FOR SALE BUYS
: 1 p.m. Day B for. fessional uie, furnished 1 or un Swing Needle DialO.Matic. Like GUS FAULK CHEVROLET Is now I
ubllctllon For Wgd Fri. -
HAM. iii... For Man Publication furnished off street parking New Makes Hundreds of Fancy taking applications for experienced MOBILE WilY PAY MORE\ ?
Call Conforti Realty (Realtors), Stitches, Makes Automatic But Chevrolet mechanics. See BURGESS

WANT AD RATES 267.1251, tonholcs, Sews On Buttons, Mon. Service Manager. HOMES 800-Brand new home you will
I c.nti frr word 201 CAPRON ROAD, Indian River ograms, Embroiders, Etc. AsSume TV AND:' APPLIANCE salesman. be proud to own. Gracious
Minimum Cbirc 80o 4 of Featuring Liberty
Remaining Payments
City. Plot 150 x 150", zoned Company benefits, $75 salary,
commercial living room with 8 ft sliding
$9 00 Ph. Finance Mgr. AM: 7 10 and 12 widers
commission, W. T Grant Pirtle
Main building 28' x 60'Air doors 3 bedrooms with
5530. 2201 So. Ridgewood glass
Conditioned heated will Plaza. Interviews, 95., Monday
Edgewater closets and 2 tiled baths.
paint. Large Warehouse in thru Saturday. large
Etcept Eitlbllihxi AccouiUi long or short term lease !sizes Discount prices. Colonial Central air conditioning by
I Sydney Schwartz, Realtor, 1141s. TV and Appliances 2300 So. U.S. DRAG references LINE be operator. Must have MOBILE HOME OWNERS I Westinghouse and central
qualified Call 237
Hopkins Avenue, Tltusville,
:i amtlec< DIpy' Rats AralUbl 267.6100, 6101. 1. 2674107. 2845. LIVE RENT heat ducted to every room.

8Ur-Advoc OB Rqu..tThi rrrvM thjrirllff I NEW SPINET PIANO Planned kitchen equippedwith
of rtvttla or r,j.ctln. For Rent Walnut finish, full size only $495. STATION See ATTENDANT, 30 to 50. breakfast bar, beautiful -
George Simpson. Pacer Station FREE
any .d..rtl..1 which It d.m. terms .
Easy arranged.
obJ lIonabl. aDd to eb..,. tb. North Tltusville. cabinets and Westinghouse
claMlflcatloB\ ot aay ..ilYtrtlMmtatram ARTICLIS POll RENT KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Continental Range.
that or4rd to ooafora to 2128 W. Tropic 2676385 Lost $20( down payment and $20 a
.b" policy of this p.per. MAC'S CAPE KENNEDY month will buy your own full Handsome white terrazzo
Tbo fltar-Advocato, will aot b. EQUIPMENT!: 1f'24j' FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES, acre mobile home lot at beautiful I floors, Landscaped lot
rtiponiiblo for moro Iban ODe lo- mattresses greatly reduced at LARGE BLACK MARE vicinity of Christmas! Park. Become
Habit correct for Inirrtlon any error nor ID will IdVelillI.It b s Sales Rental! Repair warehouse prices! Get themwhile Scottsmoor Reward Call Taylor your own landlord. More than is completed with fully god

me..1a 10 a reate r .st.nl tOsS Construction EquipmentHand they last 2111 Garden St., 2672683.FEMALE 150)() families now reside here. ded lawn and many beautiful
tbo coat of lh. iparo occupied, by Tool Nidy Shopping Center. 2675733or Don't buy before you see for shrubs. This outstanding
lb. Item I. tb. /lv.rtl.em., 88 E. Merritt N Causeway! BASSET Hound .
267.1926. left.
yourself Only a few lots low at
home is priced very
Days 636-8340-Nights ((1300160 black, brown. white 3 mos
u.Is... Oftco U Mata Btmt FENDER PRECISION electric old. lost In vicinity of Greenwoodand CHRISTMAS PARK $13,650 with only $450 down
Dial' AM T- 331 FOR RENT base guitar. Blonde finish with Bell Terrace, Whispering Route 50 Christmas, Florida with VA financing, no down
Offlco Hour. 1:00: to I:30 accessorIes, plus fender leather If ills. Reward to finder. AM[ Call today .
is required.
I Phone Orlando 2751727or payment
Floor Sander, Polishers 75911
Base list
case guitar: price $279
ft Ici.i F.o 3yni..t 3M,It4 V Wdh.ow ; show this
Phone AM 7 32S5 1-- and let us )'ou
guitar case, list price $60; worth
Special Notice FACTORY PAINT OUTLET "When Delbert asks you to stroll In the park that's near $350, sacrifice at $200. Excellent I Mobile Homes fine home.354Riverfront.
Baldwin Shopping Center condition. Call Ron, 267- .
what do I" Two bedroom
If You Would Like A exactly you
0331 or 267-713S after 7 p.m. RENT Cocoa 6363790
Real Estate LicensePhone APARTMENTS FOR RENT -- 2 bath home resting on
For Rent For Sale WantedWANTED 3 BEDROOM: 10 ft. wide trailer, Directions 12 miles west of a hill over looking the Indian
Mrs. Davis 2 BEDROOM, airconditioned, 2 Help screened! cabana, yard and Tltusville on Highway 50 at
Representative Bert Rodgers miles South of New NASA Cause trees 2675459. Christmas, Fla. River, south of Indian River
School of Real Estate way 2674127. HOUSES FOR RENT HOPKINS HARD.to-find baby MALE or female all City. Beautifully landscapedwith
Law crib, with teething rails all around presser' for dry cleaning TRAILERS FOR SALE nice Prop
267 2392 MODERN TWO bedroom duplex, IRC, 2 BEDROOM, stove and refrigerator around. Fine condition, $20. 267 I plant Call in person Ace Clean orange grove.
close suburban, quiet, cool, Garden Mrs. Connell 2677021or 7693. ers, IRC. HOUSE TRAILER 28 ft.. $125 located erty is 90 !t. by 330 ft deep
AnimalsSEALPOIYT and Williams, 267-1388 Campsall Trailer Park, no MOONLANDMobile 31500.
I SPECIAL PIECE bedroom suite, phone available. See Mrs.
I TWO BEDROOM unfurnished NEWLY DECORATED furnished 851-Attractive home located in
SIAMESE male for box springs and mattress, complete lor Home Sales
breeding purposes. 2673327. apartment. $70. Adults Inquire i 2 bedroom house Washer, spacious I $129 95. Dale Furniture EXPERIENCED COUNTER girl, a fine residential area in

609 Tropic Street. kitchen. $135 monthly. 267- Company, 206 Magnolia, 267-7813ZIG 60 Minute Cleaners, 2679960. 1958 KNOX, 45 x 8. 2 bedroom. QUALITY HOMES: AND town. Close to schools and
2639 or 1183. screened cabana porch. Can be .
Boats For Safe shopping areas. Has 3 bedrooms
FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS Closein ZAG, almost new, never used WANTED WOMAN to do some alt financed, contact manager, Mobile
efficiencies, weekly, monthly 1 BEDROOM: living room, kitchen Information, call 2674678 erations counter work. Call in Manor Trailer Park Titus U.S. I North of Overpass and one bath. Well
16 FT TtTtJNDERBIRD all fibre- rates, air conditioned, 417 Julia dining area, $80 monthly, ville Tltusville 267-5695 landscaped with shrubs and
50 at
glass, 40 HP electric Evinrude Street. Call J. W. Childre Realty, 267- CLAIRE OR WATKINS person IRC. Hwy. Magnolia, lawn. Comes equippedwith
Extras included, brake frame 2541. PRODUCTS! 3 BEDROOM trailer ((48 x 8)). Good good
trailer. first $500 takes all bee EFFICIENCY, 2 BEDROOMS, i YOU CAN HELP the family budget condition, reasonable Call Con (Continued On Next Pig) range and washing
at 3313 Kentucky Avenue. furnished. weekly or monthly OFFICES FOR RENT Sunburn Use I 4 to 5 hours a day will bring forti Realty, (Realtors) 2671251 machine. Price just reducedto

rates, 2674103.UNFURNESIIED2. OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE 528 BURN EASE you a profitable income. Write $14,000. Owner has built a
convertible cruiser SEE THE NEW: 1964
beautiful mahogany decks BEDROOM sq. ft. $125.00 per month on year Avon Mgr. P. O Box 1408, Eau I much smaller home and is
rifice price $250. Like new. Sac.Don apartment, tile bath central lease first and last month's Instant relief from any type burn. Gallie, Florida or call 2547840 I SKYLINE REAL ESTATE I anxious to sell.757Downtown .
Flowers Boats, Lee and East heat and airconditioned, near rent In advance Sydney Money back guaranty. 2677825. after 6pmMALI I 50 x 10, 2 bedroom $3695.

Whispering Hills Road, TitusvHie Pirtle Plaza, $110 monthly Schwartz Realtor, 1141 S. Hop WASHER.DRYER combination, HKLP WANTED 1957 Travel Trailer a part men t
1958 Mark V bedroom
Phone 267-1928. kins Avenue, Tltusville 2676100, a,2 I building "Floridian Apartments" .
I 6101 Philco Needs repair. $25. 267. 1957 Magnolia 2 bedroom, a/c C-58-440 feet US No. 1 to River
20 FT. CHRISBANK, cruiser, must NEW Bedroom duplex apartment. 7758. WANTED PART-Tim Bookkeep. I Low down payment bank financing -This parcel is located only located on Julia
sell immediately. Best offer Call after :9 p.m. AM 7-0391. OFFICE SPACE available In excellent FAN: :' ,- 20 Inch window type, elect ers for 3 to 4 !hours in the eve MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES :*4 mile South of NASA Causeway Street. Corner property has 3

over $1000 68 h.p. Mercury, with Mims, Fla location on U.S. 1 with rically reversible thermostat, ning: If interested please send SALES at the intersection of Old floors containing 17 rental
ample parking. Call Arrow resume to Personnel Manager Authorized Skyline and Buddy US No. 1 and New US No 1,
Murray trailer.
7625680. $20 Westinghouse floor type, two units. Out of town owner
SEE THIS! Luxurious town house ;
Realty 287 7037 on U.S. 1, Indian Post Office Box 82 Titusville, dealer also just south of the Titus
speeds, $10, 2677758.
apartment. Newly constructed, River City.THREE Florida. Only experienced book 1224 N. U. S. Hwy 1 ville.Cocoa Airport road. The wishes to sell. This propertyis
Building & Const. central heat and air conditioned, -- 1961 ZENITH 21" console 7V and keepers need_apply No of( overpass potential) of this tract Is tremendous producing a good income
3 bedroom 1 bath living
room OFFICES Titusville 267.3081 with the beautiful
RCA dual cabinet stereo Call and is Investment.
a good
lID? CONSTRUCTION residentials kitchen, enclosed garage Thisis Over Rexall Drug Store 117V4 WANTED FULL TIME: housekeeper -
267 1969. river frontage, as an apart
commercial and remodeling within walking distance to new South Washington Ave, 2675030. must have transportation, 1963 GREAT LAKES expansion ment complex motel site or 755-Rental income property in
12 years in Tltusville Licensed shopping center and schools KENMORE: 30" range, $40& ; 35000BTU call 267-1883 after 6 p.m. trailer. See to appreciate. 267- office complex to serve theairport i New Smyrna Beach. 100 ft.
and bonded. Phone AM 72326. For information call; G. M. Bar. Dearborn heater 7792.
gas space in the future. Over 6
WELL DRILLER'S from 3 completely
ley Realtors, 342 Washington experience ocean.
ROOM: FOR RENT In bachelors $.10; Both in excellent condition acres of land with riparian I
AM 7-3245. TRAILER nice
,Business Opportunity Ave 2673622 267.0768.AUTOMATIC unnecessary. WITH Florida furnished apartments on corner -
home. Complete use of entire lot. Hall's rights. Don't come in second
room on corner Trailer
DUPLEX FOR RENT house. Phone 287,6818 after 6 WASHER in good PART TIME and full time help Park Extra Furniture. $1250. on this parcel. paved street with extra

FOR LEASE p.m. condition and a utility traitor needed. Tup Pure Service, 007'' 267-6441. Ready to move Into. 1094-180 feet frontage on :Magnolia 50 x 100 ft. lot. Priced at
Modern\ Texaco Service Station DUPLEX, NEW, airconditioning, N. U. S.I. ) Avenue with 2 bedroom $20,000 and shown by appointment .
I SINGLE ROOM! to rent $12.50 Reasonably priced. Call 2676267.
2 bedroom, unfurnished, 267- per -
located at Hwy I Mime, home only 4 years old. The
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3621 nites week kitchen privileges, semiprivate BELL BOY, permanent position -
for information call 267-2945 or or 287-7821 AUTOMATIC DEFROST 13 CU ft property alone is worth the I
write Box bath. 2672004 after 5 for right person. Howard John asking price of 17900. 29% business
185 Tltusville refrigerator Take over pay I 504-Downtown prime
Motor .
I p m.NICE _ ments of $2.50 weekly. AM.FM son Lodge 2577900.$550ACREExcellent down handles with balance 1 location on north bound U. S.

Camping HuntingBUY 3 BEDROOM. 1 BATH unfurmsh ROOM in private home console full stereo radio Take I payable over a 5 year period No 1 in center of town 98 ft.
ed, $110 monthly. Call 267-6784 single or double. 267-5759. over payments, $2.50 weekly. L.92-180 feet Frontage on US
OR rent a folding tent camp between 9.5 p.m. 267-1252 after W T Grant Store, Titusville. acreagefor No. 1 In Downtown Tltusville I by 115 ft deep BA zoning proposed

er, sleeps 5. stove, sink, icebox 5 p.m. $12.50 PER PERSON, per week. :. future gain, all 1100 acres -excellent Commercial location Home presently on
Double J. Campers 2476 Old Rocket Motel. Mims\ Phone 267- PRECISION:' BUILT German scooter of it.COMMERCIAL. priced below market at property.
Dixie Highway, Phone 207-1584 2 BEDROOM, carporte, utility 3097. good condition. $55.00. AM 7. $220 per front foot with Terms
room, convenient to Cape. Kitchen 4229 after 6 p.m. 200 It. on AlA JESS W. CH1LDRE 1091-81 foot Corner lot on Magnolia I S69B-Lease: 12V4'! acre industrial -
DAY WEEK. MONTH. Reasonable
Child Care equipped. 2671926 or 5733. rates. Air conditioned< 2674103. JOB TRANSFERRED Merritt Island. Avenue with comfortable I tract with 700 ft. frontage

UNFURNISHED, NEW, 3 bedroom Had to move out of town Take OFFICE SPACE Beautiful REALTOR UILDCS 2 bedroom home Could be I F.E.C. railroad, north of city
CHILD. CARE by hour, day or town house, tiled bath central SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies over balance on furniture. Call converted to office or business limits. 20.50 years with escalator -
week. Indian River Heights. AM heat and airconditioning, with or for rent. 801 Orange St. 267. Adjustors 5(2675735.AUTOMATIC ( new office bldg. space Imme- location. Total price $10,600. I clause after 20
75766 without range. Near Pirtle Plaza. 3400 diately available. D.45-1oo feet Frontage on Rt years or
$135 287-1928 WASHER runs good, No. 50 with 3 Acres of land and as mutually agreed.
ENVELOPES Business Sizes CLEAN ROOMS for working men needs little repair. $15. 2674628. $1,000 DOWN An Exceptional. 2 bedroom frame dwelling
Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp IRC 2 bedroom. like new, adults, 267-0234. 2 bedroom home in very nice Ideal as church site or home- 559-2 adjacent parcels onUS
for mailing Full stock at Star- no pets,. $80. 2676149. 6-9 SEAT BELTS. $4.25 each. any kitchen site and business location. No. -. 312 ft and 118 ft.
LOW rates clean for workmen location big large
Advocate. room
color. For home delivery call $13,500.
p.m. front and all weather frontage. Both 400 ft. deepLocated .
103. Call 267 6185 Jaycees 267 3619, 267-1489, 267. rear I.I07-Two Corner Lots one In
rapidly growingarea.
WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 0834 267.0965.FURNITURE porches Only $12,750. on each side of US No 1, one I
ACREAGE Ideal business location.
4200 SQUARE FEET. Immediate 3 room of Hn COMMERCIAL Frontage on has other riparian has very rights attractive and the I Priced low at $55 foot Suitable

Now occupancy. J. W. Childre Realtor furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite U. S. No 1 vacant land 200 acres, North of Minis, one mile home A good chance to mix I terms.
Open 267.5563. 7 piece dinette all only $13.81 zoned for business. of River frontage, one mile of business with pleasure, all
per month, Decor Furniture, 204N SPACE REAL ESTATE, railroad frontage. Only $650 per this for only $36.000 with 29% 491-North Mims Large build
Magnolia Avenue, Indian River acre, terms, down, terms negotiable. I ing lot located on Irwin Avenue .
Remember pay your Paper Hoy City Phone 2677613. Inc
$2000 with $8)0() down and
M 91 :Modern located
; GLEN SCHLUETER t Call Mr. Floyd R Stone withJ. centrally balance payable under liberal -
Chickasha Mobile Homes Motel in the heart of Tltusville
267.6668 I \v. Chlldre Realty 8 Modern Units plus monthly terms.449Scottamoor .
Kids Walk to School! AM: 72541Drokers attractive owners quarters. Building lot
Invited Owner is willing to work out block from U. S. No.
one 1.
: comfortable terms. See this Covered with high pines, good
S. No. 1 2 miles North of Mims at Rocket Th 't9d'eI jewel today road. $100.404Over .
139! Trailer Park One
Motel Phone AM 7-3097. "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service of the finest in North Brevard one full acre restrict.

Open 7 days 9AM. until 7 P.M about 13 acres of beautiful ed homesite. High dry and
I t(4P Moms Love the Kitchens! & land.: with accommodationsfor I just far enough out to lend a

C Z 100 trailers. Own this and I real country atmosphere.

SPECIAL! y 1'ZJleqc own the best. We will be happy I Paved streets of course and
50 10 ( JlT.lephon. to show you this by appointment excellent water. An ideal
place for your children and

$3960.00"A Dads Relax in Comfort! f 1104-Spacious Waterfront pets to play. Choose yours now
2 BEDROOM Home 5 bedrooms and 2 so you'll not worry later.
AM '.2011 baths. This beautifully landscaped $2995 Is the total price with

property has 115 feet $295 down.
LOT MORE FOR A LOT LESS" HUNTER on Indian River in city limits.
190-8 acres on a good dirt roada
PRICED FROM 1. Ready for Occupancy within a fw days. Three bed. $35,000. with terms. few feet from U.S. No. 1
37-75 150 Residential lot
PARK HOMES l! baths x 6 miles north of Tltusville
$16,200 FHA. rooms a beautifuls built-in kitchen with in Bellwood, only $1500 with This area is presently under

IN BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES breakfast bar. Central ducted heat (air optional). terms. going much development.

SEE OAKWOOD TODAY I INDIAN RIVER CITY 2675221 BRICK. Only $700.00 down and $105.00 monthly R-46-Beautiful Corner lot in Priced at $12000. with $29%:
Indian River City, many palm down
pays everything. You can qualify. I trees make it picturesque.

Priced at $2500. 160-County line. 153 acres on

MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION I R-47-105 feet frontage on this north county line. Close to
Westwood 2. We have several elegant 3 and 4 bedroom homes in residential in IRC with 160 Indian River and new canal
Manor I feet depth a good buy.
nearly section of Titusville with FHA and
Featuring: every H.130 Modern Brick home 3 site Good county road to

conventional financing. Ready for immediate oc bedrooms and 2 baths in nice property. $275 per acre. This

location. Immediate occup-- is the lowest priced acreage

TLkBGI Old cupancy. ancy. $14,900.11126Extra that we know of in Brevard
: 75' z 110'LOTS LARGE POOL Dixie HighwayBRICK large Corner lot .

is the setting for this. 3 Bed CountyDANENBURG
WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES. 3. See this home located In one of Titusville's finest room 1 bath CBS Home fora

dl residential areas. Three bedrooms two deluxe total price of $11,000. Call
WATER I Etc. HOMES 3 Bedroom 2 Full Tile I for details.
I baths. Extra large living room with wall to wall I Q

Baths, Central Heat, Built In Range carpeting and drapes. Completely equipped kitchen

: $35 w/Hood, Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice of with modern appliances. Large oak trees: in fenced ARROW
Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. yard. Has pump and well for irrigation. Refinanced

with low down payment. Call for appointment. ,

TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusvllle go north on Also F.H.A. Homes from $13,750.00 to REALTY REALTY

U-S. 1 to Mima. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more

r mile to our entrance on right. For free information 14500.00 $450.00 Down. Ready for g eomva'J & W"J/eacf JJnc. I

call 2575586.: 'Ja" 311 North Dixie Highway 1514 South WashingtonAM
: 7-3858
Indian River City

DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Where buyer and< teller expect
: 267-5437 267-5293 267-2802
AM 7- 2011 AM 7-7037
Dial Day Night or Holidays

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V rant Preceedlnj Page- Real Estate Real Estate a Real I Estate Services Used Cars & Trucks Work WantedHOUSE I

Mobile Homes I I I
FOR SALE tires. Also 47 and 48
fair Chevy
''J i SACRIFICE $3200 equity for $1330: -- -TDO\VN--- -- FREE1'1! (for parts). AU $85 267354113B8 5 day. no transportation
1 $650<
68 x 100 trailer Tot, zoned! for trailer I room Whispering BATH Lakes.Florida Fruit I, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, aircondition New 3 bedroom, Uj bath Ranch L.P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION FORD COUPE, rebuilt engine: Charity Bell, 1103 4th AveNEAT .
Ing, on large shady, fence'd lot I I
8 x 401. $3700: cash '
J Ire- brakes,
\y trees 2671797. home with added features. ( hydraulic new tag 2(7
desires work. I
Chlldr. Realty,. 267.234L: 142- Oak Terrace 2671938: LADY Day or
built-in stove, airconclitionmg 8707
place SIBURBW: PROPANE references,
I week. Good own
|13 BEDROOM: bath -
2 by owner schools and shopping -
NEW SMYRNA near GAS SERVICE 267.1724 after I S
Moving Storage Whispering Hills area Phone 267- $110 monthly including RELIEVE YOUR GAS PAINS: .
457: BEACH Payment taxes and Insurance. 2019 U. S. 1 N. 207-8411 Renault Dauphine white.blue m- p.m.

LOCAL ers. Moving-AND LONG storage distance, packing mov. I down BEDROOM: i bath, new low OCEANFRONT: bedroom cottage George Call / 267.2151for Barley\ Inc.appointment FREE BOTTLE gas Installation. tenor new Call New Bud.rubber 267.3211.runs like' BREVARD!: COUNTY MAPS -
shipping. cold fur cm'ing. : I payment Nicest section In !No; storage with fireplace fully furnished. These include Intricate details
Tltusville Forest Hills 267-3364 ; 8:? VV7, gray, red Interior. whitewall maps
Ire estimates 2673341. $13900: EXTRA LARGE older home large bills Phone 267-1076 or :MT-
: tires, rain rails radio
Brevardntfatgaway, Mayflower lit, fruit trees, rental units, Tihisville Gas Co. heat of shots line, takes t rivers
WITH -29119. .
option or trade. I 1 Real nice car. tall Fane
RIVERFRONT: New, with magnificent Sisoo: down, fully furnished
Newly renovated $240uo rural"" home, marshy lands, air
Plumbing Supply sq. ft 3 bedroom, 1 approx.bath Country 1700 view of Inlet; central heat i 267.3183.LAKEFRONT Used Cars & Trucks I I Weeks. 2873211. ___ __ __ beacons, section and township
and dock
home with one acre rich fertile garage air $18 conditioning,500. ; ESTATES has the --- --- -- -------- Wanted To Buy lines, etc Area covered by each
SEPTIC TANKS land. Also tractor with implements I you'll 14; II. D. 3 4- ton Chevy truck
homes with advantages ------- -- ---- municipality Is shown also railroad
_oC pre caat concrete, steel.reinforced Locate near U.S. No $1600 CASH NEEDED to buy this like 3 bedrooms IV* baths at 283\ engine custom cab radio, 'I GOOD, CLEAN, COTTON RAGS watchlac .'
state.approved, sizes 540( and north county. line. 1'1 lovely bedroom) 2 bath home 12: ,BOO. $500 down $79.38 monthly, eU Also, 11) ft" deluxe Del.Ray Star Advocate, Main Street canals and government .We are not
gals,. 630 gals, 735 gals and 1000( ,, owner, AM 7 3858. Price at $1.5, close in; screened lanai, patio, including P and I., 24 year mortgage truck; camptt, self contained. reservations/ along with inset show-my wife U watckinch
gals/ Grease traps installed, tanks 750, suitable terms. TV room, living room with fireplace Large lots. Just south of \\ill\ sell camper atone. 2679789. TRAILER BETWEEN: 40 and SO maps for greater detail Set (nC show 1'SELLING
foot 2 bedroom Want
pumped and cleaned, drain fields NO CITY ; 2 car garage $107 per Whispering Hills Country Club ----- -- name I the two sections) mailed<1 any
TAXES on this extra I FALCON, 1963, radio heater, seatbelts year and cost lint" W. Star '
relaid. Work guaranteed Pittman nice 3 bedroom, 1V4 bath home month. (Route 405)). George H. Barley, like new. $1495 2 7-4531 Advocate where foe $L10. Order from,
Septic Tanks, Ina.. Phone AM 7. : in Spruce Hills It has 1200 sq MARGARET KLIKN\ REALTOR Inc. lltimville2673622._ 01 1-11)4 Star.Advocate.
442t. P O Box 2016, Tltusvillc., I ft. living area and< is only 4 419 Hagler Ave.. Beachslde -- LOTS-- FOR SALE --------- USED AUTOMOBILES, City Auto
Florida years old. The lot Is 133 x 200 I 57 rORD Custom 300. Radio, heater \ Parts AM 7-3686. LIKE
--------- -- ft. Priced at $13.500 with 80 per WIIISPERLNG OAKS, 3 bedroom, ATTENTION---- BUILDERS.- 8 lots, standard! shift, carpet New
Real Estate I cent financing OAK TERRACE I 2 bath family room, corner lot is, each. Shady Oaks Engine: tires, radiator top Work Wanted
3 bedroom, 1 bath, deep with, sidewalks $500 down, no as subdivision, ]largo storage ware condition< at AMR 8 months. 1 AWNINGS HOT CAKESThe
HOUSES FOR SALE well good location $12900 only closing costs, 1706 Smith Dr So., house and small house included. _Very_little<<:. rust, 2G77998 IRONING DONE in my horn and j
$1000 down. LANE AVENUE, Please call 267-1770. will do light housework out. 2d7-
20759(3(; 1 For Home Trailers Cabanas -
Call or
owner. -
INDIAN: RIVER HEIGHTS 2 Whispering Oaks, 3 bedroom, NO DOWN payment with credit I 1917 .
MOVE' IMMEDIATELY Into 2, 3, Pontiac Catalina II Carports Utility '
bedroom, 1 bath screened porch l"a bath, room air conditioner, approved 1962( New 64 Fords Are
carporte fenced yard. Payments large screen patio, excellent location or 4 bedroom homes, brand new Services 4 door sedan Radio! heat, automatic PAINT" INTERIOR and ;oxUrior"Call Screened and Florida Rooms. Rolling Out Of Our Dealer-
$66 monthly no qualify. In area of much higher priced power steering and 1 brakis afternoon or evening: ; 2f7
$13500 With $1000.
homes. Small down and No- Down I And The TradeInsAre
payment Money ship,
will Maroon finish. A steal at 4103
ing necessary. 2675659. A LITTLE work and you save
George M Barley, Inc., Phone
2673622. only $85 monthly total payment. one.half on wash and dry at A-1 $U75. Full price. Call Dud. 267 --- UP TO S YEARS TO PAYI Piling Up!
THREE BEDROOM, $300()().00 down I VA no down payment BRENT LAUNDRY COIN:'/ DEPARTMENT 3211. It you have rental
229 Parker in Indian WOOD ESTATES west on Gar ---------- N. Brevard That's The Reason For The
at River Awning
LUXURY LIVING, new brick 412 South U. S. No.1
City. Call 427-7189 New Smyrna veneer, 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath, den St, AM: 77142 or 6323655. I 1957 4 DOOR, Plymouth Savoy, housing, list it in Prices On These Extra Nice

Beach. built in range and oven, dishwasher INSPECT OUR spacious 3 and 4 T V SERVICE CALI.S only $295: heater. radio, very excellent best upholstery The Star-Advocate! Sales Trade-Ins Also There
84 running
and disposal, Intercom and why pay more? T V Servo UK! 267 6333 or 267.2779
LOVELY NEW 2. 3, and 4 bed. bedroom 2 bath homes with 7 Ice Center 2673883\ condition Price $250 267.5730: Are Over 80 Cars On The
with radio central
AM and FM _
I closets, large 7' x 10' laundryroom
room homes Forest Hills and ------ -- -- -- -- Lot To Choose From
other areas. As low as $8954: oil beat and airconditioned. carporte, central heat, ful I ROOFING, PAINTING, additions LOOKING FOR A good<1 clean\ used And
per month. P. I. custom build wood burning fireplace wall to ly Insulated. Ideally located on a and general repairs. All work car? I have it. or I can find It. REAL ESTATE Stop By
er. Zeke Evans Construction Inc., wall carpet, double car garage, large extensively landscaped lot guaranteed, free estimates, licensed See Bud, Helton Pontiac, 2873211 Look Them Over!
267.3267. fully landscaped, corner lot, between Route 1 (US) and Hopkins and bonded. 267.3411. < .< SALESMENATTENTION'
$27500,: For appointment 267- St., Vi mile north of Route
1928 :SO Within walking distance tc BRICK, BLOCK and cement work. 1963 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE, .4 64 MONZA
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shopping, schools and churches Free estimates. Yerger Construction door hardtop with factory aircon-
3 BEDROOM. 1 bath $10,300.
7-5728. ditionmg lower steering power
Have BUYERS For Conforti Realty (Realtors) 267 AM
2G7 9933.
--- brakes. $3095. Inquire Citiz n'.
COOK'S WELL DRILLING Service Bank or call 267.3281 after 6 ARE YOU AMBITIOUS 63 PONTIAC, Air
Acreage NEWLY DECORATED 3 bedroom licensed. Insured work guar p.m. _
1. Nee 1 50 to 10 acres for 1 bath easy terms $67.47 per anteed. 2673245: DO YOU WANT SUBSTANTIAL $2395
SEE THIS month Call Conforti Realty Townsend Auto Parts I
immediate development for POINTING. expert reliable and EARNINGS AT THESE
2 buyers (Realtors) 267.1251. satisfying work. Estimates gladly. Used Parts Cars 63 T-BIRD, Air

SOUTH[ LAKE 3 bedroom fencedin AM 70776. Top Prices Paid For DO YOU, OR CAN: YOU EYEOPENERSPECIALS $3895
2. Need Trailer Court site,
$400 down $64 monthly. Wrecked Cars'' LIVE IN OR NEARTITUSVILLE
buyer ready to TO\VMIOUSE\ APARTMENT FREE! LP bottled gas Installation.
go. and
Plenty of fruit trees roses ,
Commercial Newly constructed, within walk shrubbery FHA qualify, Titus- 2019 Suburban N U.Propane S. No. Gas 1, Titusville Service Free 6 Statewide hides North Teletype Of MlmsTitusville Service ? 63 FORD GAX, Air

ing distance to schools and ville, 4234: ; Alachua Ave. 2C78411 2871331 Generous Commission $1995

1. Have immediate buyer for Shopping Center LOVELY 3 BEDROOM: 2 bath
3V4 acres or larger, desire home Spacious living room, air SINGER:'/ SEWING Machine Co. Schedule Available 1961 FORD 62 DODGE DART
3 bedroom, \Vz bath stile and service. Pinking shears
conditioning, carpeted
350' frontage or better yard. Many extras. 108 Thorn- etc sharpened. Phone AM 7. I BUILDERSWANTED For Full ParticularsCall 4-Docr) Green $1295
2. 150: x 150' corner lot for Living Rm., Kitchen ton 2671650. 2214 Visit 13g

service station-wants high Enclosed Garage or $1393 NOW $$1295 62 METEOR V-8
volume traffic prefer
intersection or fairly major Central Heat I $1395
streets.Residential 1959 T/BIRD
Air ConditionedFor i 61 BUICK SPECIAL

Information Call FRONT, Delightful 3 Bedroom home on shaded ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT I With AirNOW $1395

1. 3 Bdrms, buyer has good 1 acre lot on lake only 25 nun. from Titusville. Tru- $3000 Per LotlCHAS. 412 Main Street $695 $$1395

position but small and mod ly a dream house in a heavenly setting $27,000.00. JANNARONE Titusville Florda 61 COMET S/Wag.

est down payment G.M. BARLEY Terms Titusville Shopping Center PHONE 267-5000 WAC $1295
AM 34U

Space Real Estate, REALTORS 6 ACRES Industrial site inside city, close in, Great Potential f .--- --- -- ------ --- --- 60 MERC, P/L, Air

Inc. 342 Washington Avenue... $40,000, .00., terms arranged % NOW $$595 $1295 '.

GLEN 267-6668 SCHLUETER 267 3622 MOST GORGEOUS homes in Cape area, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom I" JUST GOOD BUYS 60 FALCON, 2-Dr.
l 1963 CORVAIRFloor
-- --- -- -=-- ------ Let us show you these completely different $695
homes for discriminating tastes. Outside city but IN Shift

IBMMACHINE conveniently located $25,750.00, terms. REAL ESTATE I'm; NOW $$1595 60 CORVAIR$695 4 Dr.1

ONLY $695 down No closing costs puts you in extra

TRAINING nice 3 bedroom 2 bath Home in Excellent neighborhood 2<,4 ACRES with frontage on two( roads! just oft U. S. No 1. $3,000 1960 KARMIN GHIA 60 OLDS. CONV..

Day & Night Classes Now Forming with $300 down. $1295

MEN & WOMEN NEEDED NOW 75 ACRES with over 1000 feet U. S.1 frontage Pricedfor 3 ACRES restricted homesite north of Mims. $1830: with terms. $1129 5 NOW $$1095 59 CAD, Loaded

TI1" IBM Data ProcM.Hi. field I.and the private f..it..l Indu"try..rowln. career ur,,, m..n offerln.. and speculation. Excellent for development, only 5%" ACRES late ft off U S No 1. $4800, with $ROO down $1695
Federel and train I\'tate retrain a. ape.'ialtata In the profeaetone of IBM DataPreee..lng acre. Terms arranged $4300:! with $4W 1962 TR3Roadster .
women to or $1600 per OVER 2 ACRES with 800 ft. county road frontage .
and 1 computer prorammlng.IBM down 59 FORD GAX.

Data to Processing .. Cate "" all. ED KITTLES AGENCYREALTORS 0 10 ACRES 1320 ft off Rt. No 50. $500 per acre with terms I $795 :
linen ntwaecurity Band\ prentige earnno. other career. Florida $1895: NOW $$1695
v a cem of
Tech graduate stud ente are now working for Martin Maid Co.Compaey. .te. Whatever City INSURORS EXTRA LARGE 3 bedroom, a bath in Indian River City Custom
Orlando. National standard Life Ine., Minute 59CHEV Impala Air .
your previous background la you too CUI quality for InM training.IBM 611 S. WASHINGTON AVE. built and something really different( In like new condition '' I :
l and fenced 14 acr'"lot. 1961' CHEV WAGON $1095
Key Punch and Phone 267-0831 (or) 267-5323 with 4 car garage and well landscape< I

Bookkeeping Machine i $$18.900 with excellent terms 9-Passenger with Air
.. are In inch rt,. 59 PLYMOUTH V-8 .
IBM Key Punch and\ Bookk pln.country Machines \oper.tOM NEW 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath near school I and shopping In Indian SAVE $ $
man,! throughout the whole. .K fSsSSSM. $395 .
all the now River GOO down
flit ire'ore income City. $
than eu
de 1
vancement call today I for full InformationComputer Programming Move In Today NEW payment 2 BEDROOM, I on nice shady lot $80 mo after low down 1959 CHEV V8Bel 58 T-BIRD, AIR .

Electronic vancem..nta. Computer being made pt'o..r today mmer In comp""r are .t programming a premium....With. youn.tb...manor a'" Brand New Beautiful NEW 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath brick with large family room and Air 4 Door Sedan $1195
career a pro.r.mTRAIN -
mer woman. h.. the opportunity for rewarding Ideally located You can own this Colonial style home with $1095; NOW $195YOUR 58 RAMBLER, S/W :.

STUDfoNT: LOAN!" AVAILABLE ttx DIPLOMA: BRICK HOME low down payment Priced at $11,730: $545
0V IBM EQUIPMENT: : THREE LARGE BEDROOMS COME IN; and let ua show you our fine selection ol Lots, Home FRIENDLY 53 FORD, !/2 TON :

CALL 783-5575 and Acreage RAMBLER DEALER $195 .

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Dear BlrlPie. FOUR CITRUS TREES G. s" */ Reg.

.., with compl-le. information on your IDM Training .Q :

Name furnl.h... .........me... .................... ..._..... ........................._."...." Age _.......... TITUSVILLE'S BEST BUY AT ONLY *14\I ,700 RYAN 'tfrv:: Broker Rambler j .

Addren ......................__......-.. .._........__....- City -.." ASSOCIATES: I 1300 Block South Hopkins Trade In Division

Home Pb _......__...__..__.__..__ Office Ph -....... Edwards Realty J. D. LAVENDER JOE JOHNSON I II Phone 267.1348'We i 730 South Washington Avenue .

I 267.4691DAY OR NIGHT : service: the ear we sell)) you today I I "Central Florida's :
Canaveral .
7404 :y. Atlantic Cape I 267-3261 NITES: 267-7821 I -i I Tradingest Dealer"I




VAY t $15,000 TO $19,000

/ eau l. U Several Large LOTS FOR SALE In FAIR GLEN

A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville ,4750IOl'ssoIIomesrestrictedtol800'Q.ft.mlnJmum.

Only 2 Miles West of U.S. 1 On Garden St.
F H A PAYMENT 3200 Garden St, Titusville

THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 or 2672531W.d"'lchY'


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HIS 75TH L. C. Crofton, local attorney, senior mem- I l'llr DfClllft I "SUPER-RIGHT" QUALITY HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
ber of the firm of Crofton Brewer &: Holland celebratedhis
75th birthday Friday. He was born at Cai'>villo! }Fla?

with was! graduated an AB degree from and the three University years of later Florida received in 1919 his I: :I Ipeda STEAK SALE !

LLB degree from the College of Law there Mr. and Mrs. I'
Crofton reside at 1418 Riverside Drive. Crofton is shown I I
above as he cuts the cake at a party given in his honor Top Round Sirloin Cubed Club
by employees.-S-A( Photo) I

Three GOP Primary Candidates I: Sale s B B s
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Address North Brevard ClubThree I I I
of the candidates participating comparing other Florida county I I Ann Page Elbow Libby Mtl O Bit American PimentoMACARONI

I I : were in the represented Republican at Pri-the with registration that of snd Brcvaid voting systems"The u 2 P'K' S. 37c TOMATO JUICE 2 2Bg: 49c SLICED CHEESE S3? 49c

mar E I t1 T Ann Page Condensed A&P Frozen Libby
the North findings of this group indicate
t i monthly Brcvaid meeting Republican' of Club on that a (leek of pinrnv.ivt action! n I TOMATO SOUP 31c'a" sr. 29c ORANGE Cj J JOur 'i'd2 CANS 49c POTTED MEAT 10 CANS 99c
Barbara Johnston, has greatly reduced the services!
April 20. I Excel Vacuum Packed Own Brand Libby

< candidate Heflstration: : ,fur was Supervisor represented of that should the perform registration, and! has of glvt'n'[flit :'' I I o ( L 0 C K I MIXED NUTS ''c:469c TEA BAGS 'sox; 40c CORNED BEEF 2SS99c:

at higher
this lesser service a
t"y n J. Tillman. Net' opponent, I : I
Sally Warren, was unable lo cost" I I A&P FROZEN PEAS 8t CARROTS OR SPECIAL!
attend the meeting H Wally Next speaker on the agendawas I 1 5 ; PIk 'i
Hatbolbnnjj( : and Mel Fctner, 11Fctm'r\ who stated' ( 0 F FEE 2 PKG.43c O
i iNllh
I jerking the office of County 'It's time tor a change. A grow. I I
I Commissioner, District No 1, ing Bicvard needs a responsible I thU ronpan. ."ml illinium' of I i iI

were both present. educated: dynamic full.time Co II I I WHITE HOUSE NONFAT INSTANT SPECIAL I ;,J- House and 14.01.Garden Bomb Bug Killer |i I"eat,

( The first speaker was the representative only Commissioner Make that i I. HOTSHOT $1.39 !:.1

I t"n. R. J. fillman of Barbara, who Johns slated change nor." Mr reality Fetner Elect commenced Mel Fet to I I DRY MILK 8 QUART SIZE 59 la-,j tbraaah\ D. -.I.,,,, :.. 11Iy,, 8 i ift e1iI j

: Daibara Johnston's five objectives state that he was a graduate of I I : :!.::::!.*!! :
y I can completely modernize Auburn University, a former l-LB. d% ,/l u
f. :=:DCUrltUin.
the office( of Supervisor of teacher in Dievnrd and had seven BAG I 1 !t tI

'\'t. Registration. They ares Einecrin years; field.expedience in the en I I Yellow =I.. Ifttutra PLAID :.1 i
((1)) 'Economy in operation vsraiffis ni i
\ automation The final speaker, II Wall ;;
( Uirociiilx: Mill tlil mill iiirihui. atI ;;!
Has elhring micrtc-d "I feel r it r.u i tau | ..,
I 3 7 Ot. Cans A&P FancyAlbtcort
((2) "Efficiency commonsense that this County could conserve { 7 i iir SlZy SQUASH
I 1 1r' ?'tp}:! + Solid
in voter rcjistiation"I : through;: consolidation of I vA J WHITE TUNA $1.00 ii'LB ,..._
I ((1)!) 'Convenience In voting" la" "
chasing! power and County ; II \ l iy71, 1 .I1\. /in at MNIMY
((4)) "Complete implementation irent" lie then proceeded to pur'l 3 'to" 199 fir o .i I, [a.d .unduy,
.cf. cxLtmj laws" count his wide experience, in I BAG I \ 2 15 C l : i;! ; *. :; Jjj
construction business siri .an
(I';;) 'Consideration to all residents I. ---. --
regardless of party" his knowlodi'c! of road builclm:'.. I I \ G\ __ _> r2aZZ. _:CdHaiia9r, } 1i i
He then proceeded; to elaborate as well an: all other phases ot tunstruetion. I YOU CAN tfAYrA POUND OFAAP IF '
"I certainly feel trutI : I fft&\rQ ..1 1I
upon these objectives, explaining IIAN corrM-CtbUNO TO ORDIK FRESH FIRM RIPE e
how a study group was have all necessary qualifications I 'I. STAMPS, H I II
for I he Job of County Commissioner "
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District No 1 1." stated( is SeCOf14S TOMATOES LB. 29c !I.w Jnt Parker lig ahtnd Ten derCake *!
Strom Completes Mr. HaoHclbung, "and am also I i lml 1.Lb. 1 Oi. Ring M'
siutou to preserve democracy I o 1 IS ANGEL FOOD 49c fjj I II

through fostcnns ci lwuputt) I I NEW CROP YELLOW COOKING 1.a .. \,. //I.f.111 ;
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., aka lIe, ,studied reactor,mathematics principles, ,metal.phy.!: Bibs Strained Daliy l Juice 6 6 (for 69c Irr I tD PZAID1!

lumpy reat'tl7plant\ technology USE PREFABRICATED ROOF I
,I and radiological: controls. Ho i TRUSSES to cut your coils and STAMPS !Mj.!i!
will now undergo!; more training I tt dtngnt'more Fr.freedom. .,matts In .Interior. isle.phone Save at A&P on your Health & Beauty Aids I fjillll I
in preparation: for duties aboarda \\ hit rniliiiin .n.II..I..r|
nuclear powered submarineor today.PAN ToothPaste I II' 12.Ot. Bottle Ann Page il_
surface ship i CHILI SAUCE 29c :.
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Q ganlit the office to give you the service you deserve PIES 80Z.EACH

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Arranflt Deputy Registrars in precincts and districts as Choice 2 Far JFor
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Candidates of( Bievard what w.id,., ,,\" ,I, ui 1"i .auc ro .id* Will strongI I hi .,mt.itti I would exert

position bt on bulk\ idin n I, ,11'P"11| i i tin s i ',truiiion ,oti \ i\ .i 'mil' in ,cooperat' with

both Indian and Baimn.i Km, i food his" d un !sound, profession tho Stale Hoar! Hoard in order

'Supply; Answers NhirwAd'ocatc: 2. In building roads developers' ,il engineering, ot proper cleptn that we mitilit get what rightfully .

are expected to meet county and compaction of the nub.base belongs to Drevard County.

r The League of Women Votersof The Voice of. 25,000 North Br.rard County Residents specifications What would you and base ciur.sts,, consisting of

Central and South Brevard CD to tiling all county toads up the proper) ood materials (piiriiially FETNEH, Melvin E., Tilui-
P County present the following can- Section C TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL V, 1M P9 1-C (
these jpecifications'DISTRICT
to : < | limiTuck or sOIl cement) idle; Republican

[dictate information League firm. -- In pi ,per thickness of asphalt A. Mic'he lor of Science degreein

fly believes an informed vote social and moral, to be solved 2. In January 1963, Special 6 mos. I'.. Highway School. ;1:, I strongly opposed both of I puvimcnt They must t be enSineir'il Education: Auburn U. Alabama

[does make a difference. Each locally by mutual consent with Session, Florida Legislature, 2 Taught English in service to I he rcgoing amendments\ on AUSTIN, W. S., Tituivillei properly for adequate .

[candidate running opposed In the the rights of all being protected. resolutions which change the foreign! O.W.'s. lie!' .grounds that they tend to Democrat diamai.11KITTLES! D Sir lor Engineering Specialist

[primary was sent a question. 3. a. Inflation (to and real destroy and would
preserve structure of our national 0. Licensed estate operator our republic A. High;: School fin( Communications: ) Brown

Fnaire/ Read their answers care- benefits from the President's tax stale government passed: a. Bypassing tote t to rescind: them. B Superintendent! ol Drcvard Ed, Titukvillet Demo Engineering Company, Cocoa

I fully and then determine which cuts and to encourage business Congress In amendingthe 1 I. Yes, I think that our tax 3, Inasmuch as Florida Is composed Lumber Company fur punt 20 Ueach

i [candidate in your opinion is Investments). b. Lack of Edu U S. Constitution b. The rates are adequate. I would of divergent economiC years (Question/ unanswered) cratA.. High: School Orlando J C.
[best qualified to then cast 1 I. I am (for the establishment
serve; cation (to fight ignorance/ and Court of the Union, which would make the most of our taxes by groups. 1 will support a plan for Professional courses relating tuhusincsi
:i |your vote on Tuesday May :5th. lack of skill, the two prime of n firm bulkhead line on the
supersede the Supreme Court cutting out the waste and installing cquitablu appoitionmint pro
Each candidate was asked the causes of poverty). c. Tariff Pro FEENEY, Robert F., TituivilUi Indion and' B.nuna Rivers,
Would you vote to rescind these sound practical workable slung for one senator lions each B Owner 1Re l Estate and
(following questions: A. Education which will loan! toward the
American interest
(to protect Democrat
loadto and the House to be
amendments? policies. and spread the tax dainty tip- Insurance Outiness
| B. Occupation. small businesses and farmers A. Graduate of( U. or Iowa of all tho property owners
3. What plan for equitable reprtscntation those who pay piactically no IUll'tlonl'd solely on the basis of 1 I. .s Mayor of Titusvillc weare
These additional who In nation with rather than chosen (Il'w. I
questionswere operate a high IT 19, Bachelor of Arts Oc-nrre- a
This achieves abalance
;; in Florida's Lie'slatuie taxes population.
in the of Kit-
asked of the candidates for wages: and standard of living). in Political Scitmi Some couiigtadicil process now would/ oppose vehemently any
U. S. Congressman 11th Disttrict 4. Victory over Communismwe do you support? 2, Yes I would vote to rescind bc-lwun FloiIda's large f', : Constitutional LAW ting Kn: ; l!leering data, fiscal Ie.11ul.t decision un bulkheadmg which
urhnn areas and rural areas and
: C Please describe any ad. must stop the spread of Communism these amendments. Administration or Justice, Federal (for the City of Tilusvillo would eliminate all the natural

ditional training and experienceyou especially In Latin Representative Group 1 3. I would support a plan to nax worked successfully in our State: and Lm.il i Govern bulkhead line PO before( I could boundaries of the rivers and

[ have had which would qualify America in order to assure con PRUITT, James H., EIII Gal. reapportion the House of Representative national congress fur many anent, Common I I.aHomlln answer till! question I would have would tend to leave us with a

you for this office and 1. tinued peace and security for !Ile! ; Democrat :* by population only, \'e.irsPARniSH.. Law, UN Chain. Political tu study these my caiefully. narrow channel for the intracoustal -

[What, In your opinion, should be ourselves and our children. We A High school I graduate, not by area.AOUNDTREE. 1'artien, Gov t und/ Business, I would spend a lot of time waterway: with the remaindor -

(the US policy on economic aid have the finest product to sell- special courses in business, insurance Bernard, Titusvillot. Cov't Personnel Management! studvlng:, getting data and listening in fill. We have already
[to the developing/ nations in and real estate. H., to piopnty! owners! affectedby
Democracy we must now become William Democrat Principle; of !-conllll\ll': s. Indus- eliminated far too many of our
(Asia Africa and Latin America* the best salesmen. B. Insurance real Rockledger, Democrat the bulkhead extension
estate, bank A. BrevaiJ County schools. It |jl Management, l.nhoi Econ, nat UIl1: resources.
I Why 2. Do you think there is ing Incumbent Melrose 2. Thin would be a long rang
A. Fla.
state legislator. High, ; majored Bachelor of Science In Bus.
need for further Money. Banking, Piychology/ sal 2. If we do not have compel-
[ Congressionalaction KING, James E., Cocoa, Demo. in political science at George Ailmin U. of Fla piogram; 1 would certainly be
nit at
Ma\rl.etinj. Inspectors this tune who
[ on Civil Rights? Please \ in favor of hrin lI1,( till roads| tutut .
crat 1. Yes I think that Washington University Wash.
our ;
I 1)). Citrus and shipper will demand that the roads meet
explain. 3. To what domestic ec grower D PuU'iitiainu agent (or Ernc t tlice. ,
npecidi.it s .iblatth'n !
A. 10th grade public rchool\. sent tax structure is adequate.In D, C; Law Degree from LoyolaU. pns
I 1. Honda's consumer taxstiuuuio pecifirutionj' & I plan to provide
onomic problems should the fed- Contractors. at C.n. r K i
fuuinciiii is .vailbll.
Read 3 ncwspapius each day for 19o9 and 1901 sessions, we ., Calif.B. .
I era I government;: give priorities? is similar to other nedv, p'tMMilly involve, .11, (lily'ing i indivlduils who uie competentand
last 18 years. 3 years G.1. schooling got by without increased taxes. Lawyer in Cocoa stales
and an who demand
4. What national or international growing provides out $5 million clcctiiuil contract will that sped
I think we can do the same in 1. I am satisfied that our pie- ROBERTS Gene, Titusvill;
immediate reflection In fit .
I problems interest you most? revenue with NASV Purchasing alwns! bo metHASSEUBRINO.!
B Most active Democrat 6 1965 with the increases we had sent tax structuic is adequate: Democrat
[ I'lease explain to serve needs: of new rc'sulents.
in the I9t)3 agent: at Cupe since IU5) bought A. lligli School Pike iIIe, Ky.
session. (
years Brevard County; Scrap an expanding population pays Counties
uio pinched by depun-
Congressional I Metal dealer, Brtvard's largestfor 2. I am opposed to any resolutions more taxes under present tax c:once I on ad valorem levy and tural for Illc.: lonti.iitors, mechanical War und slruc Cullrtie, Eastern: Ky Stale and Harry W., Inv.

8 years. One of Florida's to Congress by the state laws If there is a revenue deficiency some state funds should ba pro'jest Campbell College', N C. dan! River City Republican

KENNEY Thomas S., Cocoa largest usable steel dealers and legislature us being ineffective.The I would increase taxes diverted to county use. Cost Engineer on muti"million 0 Merchant A. High school graduate -.

Beach; Democrat truck and equipment parts. U. S Congress resent: on luxury items such as tobacco d.llir; contract in coininei- 1 I. In my opinion there should :Specldl:; Air Force Schools
2. No; I 1)) Article :5 of the U.S. dill field vlso Plant Supt. of
A Orlando High School 1946; C. Quit school to take job. state legislatures telling them products before even consideringother Constitution definitely he m established Crnerul Manigcr. Uro>'hill

University of Notre Dame 1950; Store clerk 6 months. Ass't to what to do. I am opposed to the inureeis. attempted to give company handling munitions bulkhead line, thin line probably Development Corporation

D.S. in Business Administration. .store owner 3 years youngest of time )it takes to pass these re 2. Yes. tins power but the convention/ for gov't; In charge of over 500 b( ing established: one foot off I 1. It would be my position

B. Banana River Properties, 0 employees. Packing house solutions in our short 60 day sea 3. I \\ouU divide the state method proved too unwieldy as people, Also hail us icsponsibilitv shoreI I certainly do( nut feel that there. should bu absolutely
land devolpment, since 19S7. lion the country giew 2) A court supervision (of I buildings that and other extension
worker. Packing house Sub into U: equal congressional districts developers persons no of missing bulk.

C 4 years employment RCA; Cont. Soldier 4 years, highest 3. I believe we can achieve based:! upon population and compel d of tho Chief Justices and roads! at this facility. should be allowed tu fill laud line due to the problems oft
of the 50 sides would give a 1. I don't believe tnat bulkhead
Air Force veteran; family inter. rank Sergeant. Farmer 9 yearsFt. fair apportionment on a piece. then provide for equal lepresen- our rhc'U without the public 1I11 l'rvlltion, overpopulation of

est in cattle and citrus; former Pierce area. Scrap iron and meal basis only, unless the taken in each of these districts better representation of all the lines' should be extended to being made swats of tho rev that paitlculnr area and the disastrous

city commissioner; former mayor metal dealer 8 yeats. court intervenes. Then it wouldnot in the Florida Senate and Houseof people of this, country on Constitutional the point of( destroying the nation.il quest After a icqu 'nt tu fill results of that with rev"

of Cocoa Beach; appointed 1. There should be none per'led be our plan, but the louit's Representatives questions than nine beauty of the county's is muilc' to the comn1111 lon, I gartU to .sewerage, and that

member of Cocoa Titusville Airport '! plan. men appointed by the evident. water fronts und slioie lines would require the opinion of thuState development should be eneour

Authority a (tax body); 3. The wide divergence in There is enough land uvailubli Conservation Board and In
aged areas other than the
I 2. NO. The amendment
member Civilian.Military Relations pertaining GRADY, R. W., Republican population ranging from a million without the necessity of ilimma-
the I.I. Board before
making a Indian
and Banana
Rivers. With
to Civil Rights should be WARREN, Howard
Council; director Cocoa Cocoa (Unopposed In primary) in one; county tQ 3,000 in an- ting this invaluable asset! whets ik'cisiim! the .
written by someone Tom Beach; Democrat proper planning and construction
Beach State Bank. using other makes! fair renpportion- belongs to us nil. Further, I do
Jefferson's approach. Prefer A. New York 2. The uiiiount of monies tho of roads, employees at
University, Senate 37th incnt difficult in Florida, I believe that
1. Economic aid should have District net existing waterfront '
ably me. University of Miami Law SchoolB. county receives for secondary PVFB could easily get to otherwater
two major objectives: a. To Initiate DRESSLER, James, Cocoa; favor one house on populationand / residential areas should bo
3. To return as many functions Attorney road funds hunt ,gunrantccd, hunt areas I would en-
and/or strengthen modern Democrat. the: other a combination of deprived of their view and ac
of 1 1. The therefore the thing loiirnBC our legislative delegation -
government to tho local persent tax structure Is only any
capitalism as we know it in America A. Public schools in Pennsylvania population and area keeping this cess by permitting filling In of
level as possible and as soon as not adequate. I would cnrnnll. llIn r could do U to see to cauie to have passed, by
throughout the free world; South Carolina, Jacksonville. pumpers in tho Legislature) no river bottom in front of their
possible. changes in the (hut the Is spent to the (Continued On Page 2 C)
and, b. To provide close econ law Graduated.from. Lee High greater: than the present number:,, 'f prnpariyvTh\ re are...curtain money
4. Overlooking-- Germany"and 2.' 'Yes,''ltvovrtd '
mac ties''vrMr-rrctptctir'Tiattons1'! : Vote"to rescind -
School 1950.: Bachelor's Degreein of Ie areas where filling and bulk-

in order to provide truly allied Japan as just another; group of .these amendments Political Science from U. Fla. ... heading lire justifiable'! and not DAVIS LAWN SPRAY
and mutual interests in foreign people. Using the wrong ap 3. I support a plan for
1953: with minor in history; SCHENECK, Virgil, Cocoa! harmful but these must b. kept
proach in dealing with the table
policy. If developing nations who representation based:; on
Bachelor in Law Degree from U. Republican (Unopposed In pri under control.
ask for foreign aid not wish to USSR. and China. Our help population. rt&Lttftosfle.Chinch!
of Fla. 1933.B mary) 2. The County does not now
adhere to those two objectives, ing our enemies and forgettinguur
Attorney tt law. In instances meet theirowr
many TN Bugs
the U. S. gcvernment should not friends. MAYS, Herschel a
Republican 1. I believe our present tax County minimum requirements
grant foreign aid. History has ( P
primary) structure is adequate to financethe This Is Cheaply constructed
vvronf. Fungus
shown the quickest way to develop CURNEY, Edward J., Winter CommissionerAdditional 7-184
needs of the State of Florida road with poor engincciing -
resources is to attract "pri Perk Republican (Unopposed in Representative
vate capital, and to do that those primary) MURPHY Group 2 However we must Impose taxeson questions asked of nugnl meet this year's ,, Worms

developing nations must take the John Q, Merritt these segments of our society County Commissioner candidates needs, but in the/ long run they _
Initiative. Mexico and Canadaare State Legislators ; DemocratA which at the present time. are arc.I are a waste' .if money We ace k Fertilization

good examples of established High. school; 1 yr business having a (dee ride, le. phosphateand I In the Interest of planningfor ex am pi '. 11thl>> nil over the I

nations booming from private in. Additional questions asked I college business administration, minerals, and timber the growth and development county in the form of rapidly I
vestment. state representatives and senators H ___ __ ____ ---- -- -- -- -- ---

2 No Federal law requiredand are:

necessary to guarantee Fed 1. Are you satisfied that our

eral Rights (voting free speech, present tax structure Is adequate

'. no taxation without represent. to provide expanding services -

ation, etc.> as listed in the Federal to a growing population INTEREST

Constitution already exists. What changes would you suggest

All other problems are regional ?

,a LOOK AHEAD the Democratic party's COMPOUNDED

success in November depends on

choosing the strongest contenderin

May! I promise to represent all .

citizens-not just one party-with a

' positive approach to issues.


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.p, _apa.._2.C ________ TI""e", (Florida. ) Star Adwat. .__ _

I ''i i Questions Are Asked By Women's Vote League

el. for remedying this situation over four weeks. Any teacher opposed in primary) prosecution of merchants caught -
(Continucd From Page 1-C) 2 All future roads should meet or principal can file an urgent selling them to minors; surveillance -

t Ike State Legislature, a law for standards set forth by county DISTRICT 2 request and the child will betaken Sheriff of teenagers, prosecutionof EARtl-!
11.1 cling! the extensions of bulk- specifications wlwthei! constructed CARROLL, Robert H., Cocoa) almost Immediately. To adults furnishing them al. LEARN
1 I'r J.id lines in Brevard County. by a private developer or by Democrat give the very best psychological Additional questions asked cohol. Secretarial Courses
>2. It would be my feeling that the county Itself. Any roads A. Bachelor of Arts Degree, services we have been supportIng candidates for sheriff: 2. Establish work schedules
afiy roads Quilt by the County Which ara repaired must be re Valdcsta! State CollegeB three employess of the County 1. What plans! have you for and area designations for the Spccdwriting, ShorthandClasses
Oomnmsioners should meet built according to county specifications Personnel Administrator, Health Department to give handling the juvenile delinquency present uniformed officers to Now Forming!
: with the limited funds The' Boeing Company, Cocoa therapy" to dintrubed problem in Brevard County:
rjrcifications; even if there are ; childien. provide these areas with maxi
I less miles of road built each year. available it would most likely be Beach This was done so that we in the specifically juveniles and alcoholic mum service. When financing HOWELL'SBUSINESS

I.'red that the citizens of the impossible to bring all county 1. Establishment of a vocational schools can give the counselling\ beverages? permits, add additional officersto
county would rather have a few roads up to present day stand. 4 year High School Program and guidance necessary without 2. What can in be done to improve the force to Increase the pat. COLLEGE

miles of good roads rather than ards immediately 2. During the 1982-3 school being involved in actual thtt- service unincorporated rols through these areas. More
? Island Beach
vocal miles ot pot-holea, spring- year there were 22 psychological apy. We In the school psychology areas Merritt ? efficient handling of matters un- 1528 S. Washington 267-1181

bpsting! ha'f! .paved country WARNER, ROY C. Satellite personnel employed by Brevard department arc primari areas? (Ccntinued On Page 3.C)
rsads. County school system, and If ly :a referring agent for these

., Beach A. 2, Democrat years college they were properly utilized, children. By and large I would DRAWDY, James L., Mtlbournej .H........"ow. -.
DISTRICT 5BnEWSTER. Lines Insurance there should be no waiting per. say our department of psych Democrat
B. General
: Guy M., Eau Gal- lad for anyone unless we havean ology it doing an excellent job High School graduate
excessive of childrenIn abreast B. Previous employmentSheriff's I
number slaying! of our tremendoufily
II), DtmocratA. There are over 250( miles;! of If
the who need psychological school Department (Brevard THETAMPA .
Grade School In St. Louis, river shoreline in Brevard County county growing sytsem f .
attention. It elected, I County) .....,"' ..
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; High School St Petersburg That means. 230 answers.On L. ".,01,u'
will Investigate! this long waitIng 1 1. Support groups undertaking t COyITANt,.-
I convex bind! or a concave DISTRICT 4OUDSHOFF ... ;
FlaD. period in tn effort to eliminate adequate youth facilities; i TblUlUdMtlttT"8
: Building Contractor Rudl C., Melbourne '
cove, who can tell what is equitable establish and Pl&bli'r
a bringing
program "
'l 1. 1 do not believe that any for the upland owner? Not Democrat (Did not answer sheriff's officer and teenagers i ;. "'c. COUNCIr.< President V. Af j Newton Jr.
gtnrr.il: : law to set a bulkhead I or even Solomon In all his wis League questionnaire) the A CleF'rline" Manoitn Editor< >
together so latter may learn 1 ames "
lijie Is possible. Each bulkhead dom Where the river bottom Norman H., Cocoa: D.mo- TURNER, John, Eau CalUiDtmocrnt : the laws and feel acquainted enough ,i Jamult.Couty.JrCcwral t'.J't 0,

ing! request would have to stand shows at low tide; where the up. Brat (Did not answer Lea. with officers to ask for l .jlianoger. asrdsv. April,.4.;.1964 .
on l it own merits in regards as to land owntr'S! property is Improved A. Graduate: optometrist with silo questionnaire) help or advice when needed. x- "

how il would improve the proper. without hurting his neighbor, seven lean of college. Graduate FISHER Mrs. John Melbourne Surveillance of establishments wwr*
ty under consideration without where property. ) values would of the U.S. Naval Air Flight I Beach; Republican\ (Un- selling alcoholic beverages; full
inversely affecting adjoing rise and I help the community, I School Pensacola, served as -------- Another great Florida
propel'IKS. It would be neces- am most certainly in favor. But pilot several years newspaper

airy to prove that it would not if it would create stagnant pools B. Optometrist and incumbent
lie e detriment to navigation or I would it,
oppose Appoint a school board member SkilletSPECIAL
our nati.ral. resources. of Intelligent people indicates Jack Mathews
group ; 1, The problem of all studentsIn
"2. All new roads In the county then and only then can we Intelligently Brevard
must certainly be built to conn- County, especially u+:v
discuss such a com (the drop outs, is the shift in demand KNOWNu

ti ti) guarantee specifications.! this The is to only insist way on plex 2. First problem.I'd the out of the various job offer best for GovernorThe
ptnpcr supervision at all times get County ings. No longer can farm and qualified
coir potent inspection at all of the rood building business. labor people find jobs. Industry'sgreat FOR THURS.
All the roads they have built need today Is for professional
stages. have brought disaster to motorists technical, clerical and
JL( All one needs do is to service workers. The drop outs CHICKEN99c Tampa Tribune is represented Tallahassee by one

: Robert E., Sal.llt l- look at the roads. It's a wasteof obviously are not qualified to do

l Beach: Democrat monpy. Road building by any these tasks and equally obviously of the most alert press staffs of any newspaper. Their
'A. Oklahoma State U. En. city or county government is a will not be hired. Therefore.

F&erring.!! Air Force Instituteo step towards socialism. Let's our job in school Is to encourage I knowledge and independent views of state governmentand
Technology, Industrial College turn this over to the private con potential drop outs to remain in

c| th* Armed Forces, Army Air tractors who have the know school as long as possible and I its leaders have earned high regard in all Florida.
Cftrps Advanced Flying School, how, the equipment, and the give them as much technical'
clmmand and General Staff intelligent manpower. Let's get training as they can assimilate I With French Fries ColeSlaw JackMathews
$hoClI, Ft. Leavenworth out of the road building business A large part of this program is Buttered Roll. Here is what the Tampa Tribune had to say about

|B. To be fulltime County Com Stop throwing your tax: dollars the excellent offerings at Bre- II
nwsslonor (Col. U. S. Air Force away just to satisfy a group of void J. C. for two years terminal FOR ALL DAY FRIDAY in an editorial which appeared in that paper

Pf-tired) people feeding at the public courses. Most drop outs though i FISH SPECIALAll
K. In general, bulkhead lines trough. con' from lower economic and March 29,1964.itonal .
'I Th. Fish You Can Eat .
sUould .
remain as established. backgrounds and the parents Colt Slaw
Ii} an area of growth and pro. MtGtarh Milton Eau Galliti: of these children need tha I Butttrtd Rill! 69cW.T.OFtANTCO.
crest, such as ours, there may Republican (Unopposed In prl- encouragement: and education' French Frits' \ :
I l bf need for change in bulkhead marl) necessary to keep their children I @
lines as well as in other areas of In school This is done through and Echoes
our) lives. Each request for bulkhead School Board various agencies and depart Arithmetic
change must be considered, ments of our tchool system. .
\ OB it, own merits. Consideration Additional questions asked 2, At the time I received this I the state'a Gen
,1.001 .PlrtU Plait TI usvm. from
hoard: members: fot
v->>.ufdba'> given to effects on tfic t. Considering the national letter, the waiting! list Is not : candidate John E.'Me.be paid Fund.But this same
surrounding areas, economic Governor called the eral Revenue whittle
benefits, conservation program picture of drop outs and unemployment thews. .has properly trio not only proposes fund
what do think who are promising that very ;
you of! rivals million from
I overall plan for the hands Flor$70 in
ojea, and the protection of individual would be a good vocational program to work for repeal specific by tax repeals,but is chorusing by>
in the Brevard Schools to Florida can get
rights. meet this ida taxes Mathews, unison that the next
? during
:2. I would see that developers! t Z. Children: program frequently must VOTEFOR Such promises sky, says Especially without new taxes

comply with County road specifications. wait many months for alap.- "are pie in the Sen. Scott two years. in double-
In cue the County hnjcepted poifttmtnt singling out State It takes no expert
with a school psy. repeal both the to figureout
to .
the road and the derv pledge bookkeeping.
chftlogist. What plans have Kelly's 961 auentry to
you the } is going
(loper no longer has a legal obligation intangibles tax that no Governor
[: I would bring roads up tomobile license tag tax increase, ) able to take current revenue,
specifications. as soon as Factory Paint Outlet notes that the two com be $70 million from it, add
finds are available without un- Baldwin ShoBsln Center r. bring in $70 million to the delete ,and provide no new
< ; bined
dee Phoiui : : each biennium, new programs books.
hardship on the taxpayer. 267.3255 state treasury and still balance the
Tee amount to be spent would ". ": > ___ asks: taxes and Senator
bf determined at an open hearing PAINT UP and ;" and"Where will Senator Kelly get Mr. Dickinson their answers, ot
i in which all taxpapers would '; replacement? Kelly have can
bt} invited to participate. In :;:r. 1. <. : ; : { ;1 this $70,million groceries and course. Dickinson says by
: : tax
cots' the County has not acceptc4 FIX UP : : Would he" save $.13 million a duties in
I I'

would the-be roads held- an County to open determine, adjacent hearing responsibility CLEAN UP! :.;i:\< r;;] t_. ;''f:; f.1//$<..t1,; medicines.. ,Two, Jacksonville?other Democratic Mayor State Haystate candidates Sen eliminating conservatism"agencies overlapping;will Kelly save, that enough"fiscal to

properly owners, or both. Large Selection Of don Burns and former voiced meet all needs.
s Wall Paper & Murlals Fred 0, Dickinson, to repeal There is no reason for
S OTT, Robert f the same promises in by this brand
A., Eau Gallia; \L exactly ans to be taken
Democrat ,. the tax increase and the intangibles demagoguery; they have heard

%l. Graduate of the U. of Mi- tax.. ea it before. In 1948 Fuller Warren
This Coupon Good For *
i of "frontier
8ft11. received a Bachelor of K campaigned on a cry
Lgwa Degree 100 Extra TV .. Mathews' point on 'where frugality" and,no sales tax Flori;
'R. Attorney at Law Stamps revenue $is!I to come ended with
yeplacement administration
J.. The bulkhead line should be is well taken_even though cent sales tax as theitdoesn'tgofarenough.Forbased
With Purchase of da's 3 pet
established closely following the I 53.40 or MorelLT r s main support of the treasury. In
shore line with exceptions made their campaign talks, campaigned
orfjly in estabilshed hardship cas-1 I on and Kelly face I960 Bryant wheatand
Dickinson of new taxes
-- Burns, promise no
-- --------- of making up
not only the task ing state needs with a $50 billion
I million the state would he would accomplish
the $70 biennial "saving"
lose if their tax repeals go through, 1963 saw the impositionof

::: : VOTEFOR Bob NorthcuttCOUNTY also of raising funds for new of $165 million; in new taxes originalDiayar ,the

programs they propose.for instance, largest increase since the
: Burns!!, would sales tax levy.

j promises, "I as Governor otf off off

COMMISSIONER .open new education avenues in of Florida revenueto ," Pure simple arithmetic joins
finance with Senator Mathews
l ANDSUPPORT to do more for the state's eld Floridians of
of the promises
j DEMOCRAT DISTRICT. S erly,too. Senator Kelly is pushing in Mayor skepticism Burns, Mr. Dickinson and
control program"
: a "delinquency cSenator Kelly. Simple arithmetic,
J l t :Mr. Dickinson on r ot
... And the hollow echoes
that is, plus
FULL to.
TIME COUNTY COMMISSIONER old) as pledged :" Fuller Warren's and Farris Bry

I I '" cf) 'These".11 university programs personnel.would have to ant's campaign pledges.




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I 'Women's. to miror League enforcement Questions facilities Enforcement for 14 years. Lake 1 i DI mfG f QQ D; .

I (Cortlnued Fran> cage 2 C) 2. Rendering services to the unincorporated .. land Police Dept. 4 year, promoted .

"' der ail traffi: control parking rtcpaititulirv duty' and responsibility of the, Democrat gcant and Street Sergeant train
MerrUt [Island. and hcrifl's department We can t A. High School. P S. Armed ins: new men. Special investigator
", bench! area: increase patrols and provide, Forces Institute General Educa for County Solicitor and

j more icrvLe! and protection I in I tlon In-Service training schools StAten Attorney Polk County Thurs. Fri. Sate
MCHENRY'n; I.. Mer. these areas. I also propose t o I sponsored by FBI Florida Officeri special assignment Fla Bar
ritt islands Democrat establish a Sheriff Department I Assn. Fla Sheriff's Au' and under Governor 4 '
: A. Graduate of Suwanec High Substation on Merritt Island as Bureau and parent organization. years as Sergeant Criminal DIvision .
I', School Live Oak Fla Graduate it i is the most populous unincorporated COed general law enforcement Polk County supervising TITUSVILLE
of Fla. Highway Patrol School area in the county. accident investigation personnel and investigation
F.S.U. and F.B.I.I course. Attended This would provide the needed traffic enforcement drivers) Security Div. of Com,'air Astron SHOPPING CENTER
and graduated> many National protection and service required, license laws case preparation sulks. Criminal Investigator
I t Guard md military leadership not only to Merritt Island, but and court work, interrogation of Brc\airl County Sheriff Dept. f
schools.B. would also make the beach suspHts and witness! investigative resigned Asst. Chief Criminal p WASHINGTON AVE.
Operate an office for At. areas more accessible for pat techniques laws of nr Agent Until Feb was Special
tcrnoy Donald MacKenzie, Cocoa rolling. rest, etc Investigator: to Public Defender TITUSVILLE R GNJ TYRESERVED

BfQch rBMALLW000 B. Actively engaged in Law (Continued On Page 4C) __ _
1 1. a. Establish! a Youth Bur.u. Frank M., Cau I uI
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*u. Start a Jr. Deputes Collier; Democrat I

ogram for boys 8 through Id A 2 years pre.law U of "SUGAR CURED"
teaching law enforcement, public 'rUIA. :2 quarters law gcliocl QUICK 1 04 I
and human relations leadership Majored in Econ. and Commerce ...,,'"
ayid the proper use and safety U. of Chattanooga, graduated .. "
'flth firearms c. I am definite I 1949 with BBA Degree i
against the selling of alcoholic B. Special: Agent FBI, Security SMOKEDPIC.NICS
beverages to a minor. I think Specialist Air Force Missile
t>e minor and the dealer should Test Center I'

love tc\J end I would tryto 1. Preventive steps: 1 1. In.stltuti.n. "I
w the license to tell revoked. "'
of Continuing Program/: 't'.) t
This 1' a major problem among
of Public Education jointly
; I definitely think strict sponsored by Chiefs of Police of
I l'ulls v enforcement is necessary t to
various communities and made
otect and discourage minors.
through new media, church
1 I plan to establish a sub .
groups, public school system
s 12. on Merrltt Island If youth groups and civic and service (WITH FOOD ORDER)
land next to the Merritt Is ,
Organizations Program de
l.nd Fire bebbught.
Department can .
signed to promote parental responsibility
this would be an Ideal BY THE BAOrULU ,.
and to educate both ...
I location U not, land .
a large
parents and children 01 to dangers i glfcw'
otoner has already told me he liwrlvcd, as well as how
would donate the land.
necessary to prevent problems and how to
t tj. In the Beach area there Is when
cope with the situation
same talk about Tttnor
builaing anotheran.nch
confronted with It. 2. Encourage
courthouse; this would iM r
legislation provide stiffer pen.
take care of the need there If
allies for those guilty of con
nil. I would try to have a tributtng to this type of delin HERE'S HOWFLORIDA'S
Sheriff substation located in
quenoy 3. Close surveillanceof '
this area.P.IRTLE Lb.
possible sources providing
f Juveniles with alcoholic beverages i{ I SENIOR SENATORSPESSARD 4 I
Clydt R., Indian River! Enforcement: 1: Train
JA' Graduate of Titusville High juvenile cases 2. Investigative FANCY' TOP QUALITY "YOUR CHOICE"
:School: class of 1956 Completed eftorls to determine sources of
the following Law Enforcement supply' 3, Prosecute these
Courses: Fla, Highway Patrol sources to the fullest extent of ON MEDICAL ASSISTANCESenator STEAKROUND (I -
, Training School in Lakeland, the l law when a violation is dis Holland strongly supports medical aislsf- HOUSE"Ib
Basic Procedure in Law Enforce covered. 4.. Encourage church ance to Florida's older citizenl Two proposals have) I -or-
relent Gen Ext. Div U. of Flu. and other groups to work with been offered Medicare and the Kerr-Mills ape "
SE Polite Traffic Training juveniles and parents and provide proach. Medicare offers only limited hospitalization I .
School, Gen Ext. Div. U. Fla., therapy for juvenile first and !Is financed by additional Social Security taxed I '. HAXWELI"HOUSI
Specialized 'Supervisory Traffic offenders 3. Encourage courtsto admmiitered by the> Government. It covets 'all ole| 79 I r "FOLGERS"INSTANT
but does not cover doctor
qrflccrs" FSU Highway Patrol punish consistent juvenile of. persons rich and poor .
Aux Instructors\ Course, FSW, fenderj bitts On the other hand, K.rr-Mills cover both hospital SIRLOIN
IXunkomcter Course at Flo and doctor bills and protect only those who
2. A. Shortrange I. COFFEE
financed and administered by
rich Police Academy have the need It i Is
More efficient utilization of pre. Federal *. Our entire
state largo supper
fu. our
Retired Lieutenant Florida ]
tent manpower and equipment. Kerr- f "BEEF"CHUCK
Florida delegation in Congress voted for the
Highway Patrol 194t( a. Abolish maintenance of own Our state legislature approved it
Mill approach
1662)] ). Former Captain and equipment and consider lease and
iiief ( for a two year period as did 36 of our states SAVE 1 46c"Large
( Deputy Sheriff Palm with full maintenance arrangement :: territories. W. are committed as a state and nation : ROAST
1 uench: County for 9 months b. El'mmate!' "self.service" to try the Kerr-Mill approach for two years. If
I1.| I propose to establish a gasoline pumps. c, Establish I changes are neeesiary, wo can moke them to assure .. r
i 'ende Division in the Sheriff pool of auto units not to be taken I adequate medical asaistance to our older citl.ns. -
.. IM.r I folll/Kil/ l A.lllrli ,rn i) I
Dept and assign deputies who home by deputies d Stricter ( .lgptc
are skilled in working with supervision of personnel. 2. Use
Juveniles They will cooperated of volunteer deputies (This ar e 6-oz. Jar r
work closely with the rangement would be eliminated
authorities to combat when sufficient manpower and Lb.
avenUe De'mquenc'! including equipment Is provided). B. 1 1 ,
(Limit On. with your 15, or more Food Order Please)
of activitiesv Longrange steps: 1. Provide ad

;ith other law enforcementa ditional manpower and equipment "LEAN 'N FRESH'GROUND .
;:eneies Enforce laws pertaining 2, Encourage municipalities -
t t1 the sale of alcoholic beverage to provide additional law "New Safe Suds

Test thc best and bank the savings inRambler's lAX

3LbS.39c Detergent"r( .

WHERE THE BUYS ARE! We've got special savings r II

2 now on hardtops,convertibles,sedans,wagons. I

We've got a choice of 7 transmissions, 9 engines

S rit'ig (V-8s and 6s.25) beautiful Spring models in all Each "YOUR CHOICE'l "SAVK( 20c"()

P offers famous Rambler extra-value features likeS l t1 HERS BOLOGNA

Double.Safety Brakes and Deep-Dip rust proofing.at .

11s no extra cost. And each is all dressed up and SMOKED SAUSAGE 'GIANT r C

I n ready to save you money. (Rambler American save .

ajJJ ings start with the lowest prices of any U.built BOX t

car!*) Come see come 5aVet today I 2' Qc r
Spree ,, ,,_______ ,_"'wWO.d nha rrkr.TESTTIE e e e

Lbs. U (Limit One with. your S5, er more, Food. Order, Please, ) a e e"Swift's"
..t \ "
'' Fancy Wsstere (first Cuts) "MR. G FROZENFRENCH S

r: :e' f I aril \U-BOR6 "loan PORK h gloPs! . . . lb. 39c FRIES I !Z

SPARE( RIBS . . lb.. 39c i

"DIx..." "SA"F[ : 15c"

SLICED Ib. 39c 5 C t

F "SwMfe" PremljmCANNED ;. L 9-Oz. Pkg. !f

HAMS . CAN' $$2.49 (Limit Threes 1 with your $S, er more, Food. Order Plea..) I

"Fresh 'n Crisp"LETTUCE .
Fresh "Vino Ripe"TOMATOES I

; '
TRAVEL SMARr-Sl..k) I line..wits plenty' of room
; :
6-loolersln the A8mbl.r CleUIC 770 hifdtoppKnty .
for six .
ot a;twn with yew choICe of V 8 or 61 I Large Head -I

CANAVERAL RAMBLER, Inc. 1300 S. HOPKINS AVE., TITUSVILLE I III !i' 'K : 10 21bs. 25c t:

' t Watch the Danny Kaye Show on CBS-TV.Wednesday evenings I .
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i -, '.g- 4-C TltvivllU (Florida) Star.Adv ce>U Wednesday. April 21, 'W4 efficiently Local legislation POWELL William E., Can c.l.1I.tnoppoltd l- Independent: you may not vote Democrats In- Florida to study the The League qualifications urges you I!b.r
should be Ducted to provide our :( In primary)
for candidatesof candid,ites .It the state level .11 'I<
vote only
county the degree of professional The league of Women Voter Republicans fcr 1)). S. Senator also !Isure II""
I Democratic party,
Women's League Questions Assistance: available through of Central and South Brevard only for Republican you vote informed on Tu'

tile office of County Surveyor !. day, May 5th an inform.. t
remindoters that this is a pitman
the citizens should demand. candidates You do not eroS!
(Cuntinucd From Page 3-C) CARLILE, Edna S. Tltusvlllt; Inmll After graduating with Ing an interest In the property. If you are registered party lines In party primaries in vote docs make a difference
Democrat' -- -
attended Connecticut ---
honors --
if. Ot'i' Judicial Dibt which in. school and Business 2. To Increase the dignity of I DEALER
foi Women 1 be- TWELVE OLDEST
College year 1-- LOCATIONBREVARD'S
dudes 13ie\ ard. Administration the office und bring the import YEARS IN THE SAME
Core to Matl.cllanJuhniUn
marriage .
delinquency nice of t'ltiJblisloinil! ; { and maintilnmg -
1 J. I bilievi our juvenile B Supervisor of Registration It) 13 Widowed In

problem has been unduly Bievard County past t 10 years 1933, I trained in myself in bookkeeping to accurate the properly btundarics WHITAKER ELECTRIC( ( INC.(
magnified through certain I. To supervise registrationsand ( and other skills fleets attention of a In interested Z ,
releases but the problem elections( See that all re pcixons In the dnee..
f press eary to manage my business, the .. nil
I wIll get out of hand if not considered cards' arc kept in order, and ) sera I have set vest as younToLn
R'jch News Center
nov Alcoholic beverages compile jury lint for Coinmissioncr : : .v Surveyor, tie Oifiee has already BLASTS PRICES WITH. .

: : This problem is fairly well al o checking voting t n Am head of my household been elevated to a position nit
goveincd:! by our existing laws machine1) minuting; of my ion Latham and sought after by both JlpmocrtUs I 0w

but tIt problem; needs to be 2. (Did not answer) daughter' ;! Rickey, and am owner- and Republicans, '1 his I I
presented to our juveniles in, injnn:;"r of the Cocoa News Cen- lrum a position no one actively I I ); yy

an education type promotion. I CARLIN, CLIFFORD M., M."- Kr sought I In 1960. No salary \frl would alai gather Information eDt' bland; DemocratA !Itched to the ofiice because t'l w
1 1. SIc; is responsible; to the muncratljn for actual : :x:
horn other agencies which have high; School graduate work H
active Ji Deputy orgaiiizutionsifi Shaker Heights. Ohio One )'r. Governor In performing her of eompIKhcd Is provided for"in I z D d
felal dulled which are defined:! the Florida( Statutes In other p
the thought in mind of in King Point Academy Various'
Rioting same here Finally I sihoiU during military service<< In 79 sections of the Election words, It is a fee office. MM I
laws along with her ,
: powers as:
would make a thorough analysis including attendance and eomplc I :

cf our past and percent problemsin tion of Officers Candidate School, 1 1. Cuslodun; und contider! of
conipirl,on with our anticipated Ft. rtiky. Kansas n .isti'tioii, books, and absentee STEINMAN, Arthur W., :M"el t""
f population explosion to pro B. block holder and manager InlMj. :2. u..todl.1n i and distututur bourn, Democrat IC o)

tent a projected workload in ol J.oIpham Jelly: Co.. MI", for of voting niuihmis and A i years U. of Florida I 1 1D a HERE'S A WASHER YOU CAN SET y
all phases of the Shel irs: dcpintment sivencars, Own.r und optrutor oil el.ton purapHinJia. 3. Z DOO I

My thought is not el I Ca line Pure Oil service Mtrnbir: of county el. eimn tan. Land Surveyor i I FOR LIGHT, MEDIUM OR HEAVY SOILo
only to prepare now.nut Idter- station past five )'ears. sassing bu u'd. She. is enipjw, 1 1. 1' .*.> office of County S'irvrvor F zI
but: to also work with and not The mum duty of the of:iec is Bred to: Hire dipulka, take in Brevard: County at \c\ u.F .STORAGE I

nsai; '1-4 our juveniles I be the!; ipoitant i one of seeing that laths; Issue certificates, lists and sent is nonfunctioning :

l hove if we; :as parents end adults everyone who wishes to do so is su show an active interest in our able to register This means iuuillt.:, changes: in precincts ( of land surveying; mat 'I t.rly4 Er l 'Iw

eliilcren! we will be surprised making the ollice available to and procurement of voting much lens! shoi Id be entrusted to the chit
J how mature they can be. the people Because of the long cs. office of the County Engineei

2 With the unbelievable pop. di lancet invowed the ofiVe\ Despite argument to the con, M
Motion increase we are about to must go to thi: people General; 2. A' CTpoworccl under sec- land < <
li, U8J81: the Lltcton Laws, surveying/ Is not i IT'S ONWHEELS )
n uf I
education of the a
bince people! con
experience, this problem branch cf the engineering |toe I L H
1 shall under oath
uppuint iiJLrpti
it Is the Siienffs: unary responsibility ccrnmj:: both registration and [ SllJn, The only common ele
will tike a lot of voting is also required. .,v Supt-i! 'visors to accept went between the two is the use I Qo i N

planning/; ani consideration Unincorporated 2. Oftir a cooperative plan tiinroiprrntod leiu.ratiunj i such rcspm' iblevolunteers cf measurements and math

areas: these areas' t1'euhich would :as City Cluks, Dnvo ratios: Engineering is Rolls out
allow tl.cir citizens to : s License: Clerks, Notaries, i d
need better\! p.ilrols initiated for regslcrIn art science dealing with predictable o I M
i\ the protection: of our children their Court hou es for both menibtru of Service Clubs and unchanging laws Land a for, easy j r y
intend have city and county election Invite e.th"rs: aa may be required tu (
and pi ope i ty I to Surveying is primarily a F qrn
in these all interested civic clubs to give: adequate localized registrj pro = cleaning x
roving patrols areas. fessirn' based, tor the most part w ,
Merntt Island: needs units as join In a con 'entraled registration tion service to qualified electors on manmade moral or ethical I pH
tinned to that area alone whoserofporiiib :! effort This would be in ail I parts of the'county 1 laws or rules of conduct. A man 9 e sweeping, Iii oN

(lilies it would be tofurnish made up of a member from each WARH N, Sally Eau Gln, may be either, but he Is ncv o Ill waxing!
interested and the refits. Republican (did not answer Loa- i Z
protection and patrol; : group( cr ono because he is the other I
units that wouldn t have to waiton trar's office. Make the office gut questionnaire) For tile benefit of the public, Q

draw bridges etc. to get to the! available fur programs and inslructmn the landowner, and the government < gIn1011f mpglV dw M

area. Heath areas: I feel that to ell schools requesting Surveyor tho office) of County Surveyor > I FULL-WIDTH A LAIN )I

this i is going to be our biggest same.DOUGLAS. Additional questions asked of should function responsibly er rCTASI2E
PwoaFte o
immediate problem in to far as County Surveyor candidates :Ire/: in the areas pertaining to ? :: | et EASYTERMS gE
police protection U concerned. C. W., Merritt Island 1 1. Describe the duties and land surveying, maintaining CRISPER! ,
Thciefire! I have included in : DemocratA powers! of the office of County constant, odequate review of tie 'on WHEELS-ROUS our rod u UUNINJ UaQt ,

my platform moving one of the High School. ICS courseof Survivor plats and other survey mal<;rl. I/FITS/ SMALLEST *
two branch offices now in Rock public accounting 1933! -53 2. Why are you running for als; maintaining an indexed dc. 89-Ib. freezer KITCHEN & I Model LW36Se

ledge to !the Satellite Beach-Indian employed by a subsidiary of tills unpaid position Why >Ii p(, iturY of old notes and lied) 16.3 sq. ft. shelf area Pushbutton wash and
llaioour Beach areas. United Fruit Co. in capacity of there nn salary: attached? records and serving the county Z Magnetic doors '_. rinse water temperature
refrigeration engineer entailing the citizens and the Full Featured! SPEED
municipal p'U'II Separate butter bin = selection
TINDALL, L. E., 1'ltvnill". supervision of workmen, cost 2 nil
JOSE, C, C.. MtrriM Island; us a professional: advisor 5 WASHERS
Democrat figuring and administrative Democrat pcitincnt matters As a reaulttf>f Triple-Action Rinsing <
A Left school at 17 to join functions. Also' owned and A. B.S. University of) Honda being:;! a non-functioning offfce, o 'I lulpirlivL: AXM and Automatic Mrtl
Navy, fnished education in operated; successfully own busi- B Civil the iU'n carries 4 '
engineer flu no salary Sediment Swirl-Out MAltyt
Navy Numerous FBI courses fleas of well drilling pump sales 1..Alake. )pcoii sly surveys an! Through tve t': allocation of pawl. ); 70 > .'
and service, in .wfuth 'biuuieu Underwater
18 years experience in law enforcement establish pmp'''tjf lines when so cat review, fees etc' the' offfcecnuld < 1 -, i Lint Filter ::rJ
as deputy sheriff I bad tu study contractual procedures requested by any' person claim! operate economically and en fO keeps clothes lint free '
chief of police of Indialantic and as applicable to FHA W PRICE ON 12 FT 9 WET 2
contracts Dual detergent and dry
with Melbourne! police depart- I
B. Employed Pan Anieri. H COMBO START AT WET bleach dispenserDRYER
ment. Supervisor of construction :- by
for Blount Brothers Construction can World Airways since 1950!) KELLER MUSIC COMPANYOn xN

Company Presently at Cape Kennedy in ..
Missile/ Section Melbourne i Causeway Indialantic x )I
B. Resigned Feb. 1 from Ere- Propellants <
yard County Sheriff Department 1. Where they apply, the Supervisor PIANOS & HAMMOND ORGANS '' c M

rank of Sergeant to campaign. of Registration is duty t"I Tfeonol Portable
1. Hans for handling juvenile bound by the oath of office to NEW USED
delinquency problem tuiwistmainly provide the best facilities, that TITUSVILLE CALLI MRS. MORLEY, AM 7.1381 After 7 P.M:) i I i

in a major top priority each citizen who wishes may INDIALANTIC CALL MRS. HAMACHER PA 3-4340 1J l

effort to achieve youth activity register to vote These duties .
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centers in each area of the county and powers are provided within
through: appeals to the peo- the Laws of Florida, Brevard
pel for donations of materials, County, and those given to the
time, effort aid money; to use Board of County Commissioners. BLUE BOY DRIVEINannounces '
existing agencies and organza 2. My plans to make regbtra-
tions, all available means, to this tion more accessible, under the -' '
end. To have a completely laws, include: NEW
flexible approach bearing inn 1 1. Crganize the office forsetvlie 01"I H
New Hours -11 lo 9
.ind that the people of the county 2, Make the privilegeof w
only want a chance to registration&; a pleasure. 3. STARTING SATURDAY MAY 2nd Q >
work for these! facilities Note: Cooperate with the schools in
have 1 already In hand numerousunsolicited voter education. 4. Inform the CLOSED SUNDAYS! Z q

pledges ranging Irons public S. Arrange deputy registrars _Aa 0
a pledge by an insulation company & under the laws 6. WE SPECIALIZE IN -
to provide all the Insulation Modernize office functions 7. JUMBO STEAK SANDWICHES FO dx

through; a pledge by a group of Serve every citizen and LIGHTEST BRIGHTEST 5
men to donate the machineryand SHRIMP
their time for a machine JOHNSTON Barbara, Cocoa FW! Just 12 pounds of pleasure This .I\cn.rll\ Electric puts I perfect s x J:
/m>p section, to a music teacher Beach; Republican With Hush Pupplasf smirtly.styled lightweight is. 'Ibyligrit) Blue picture Into I A ONLY 0
I i 9 realty portable-truly ptrsonil neat 69 ensure Inches (ill" rl
offer to teach a group the guitar A, 12 years at t College Preparatcry Use it. anywhere and evarywhere: dag.I) bring I you i brighter' '0
for an tour and a half each School for Girls i in Cin I o InSide or out; takes I little, more sharper. clearer image than ever 0
_.._. table belor. 8 0
tn space than your telephonebook. :::
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wok HIM foregoing is the I BEST 14 7 xj
positive par of my program; the:
side of the 1111| tI
other program iC 01 course This great new TV
absolute enforcement of alcoholic > Idea was designed by CE engineers .,... [hw
VOTE FOR =<' >
lor YOU The finest com
beverage laws relatingto C H ponents, assembled with modern, : s+ODEL M!
minors But above all, our fG: reliabu electronic wiring II BJ6S =
youth moat" t be provided an altermtive I Hotpoint Speed-Flow
t dryIng -
: to the beer beach" OUTSTANDING YOUNGMAN" I \ is fast, cool, safer forIt's
and 1 the khacks ,
party "sugar
all fabrics
and fibersPushbutton
2. In end to improvement ; So Easy t. .
1t Ol i-
of service: to unincorporated z4. I l rr : JACKED BY THE HOTPOINT
'' = selection for
areas, epecilically Meirltt Island x To Open SaDAY PLACEMENT $ true custom 'fo
and tile beach area, the VOTE FORGene A IN NOW ::: GUARANTEE Df SATISFACTION drying; Safety Start Button

lint t step will be to eliminatethe ii W haint An Account :: Ihltllin90d.ysJou.rlllcteom- $= 'Air Dry" fluffs or dusts P
costly duplication of service I rC ) a pistil utisfied with the perlorm- $= pillows, rugs, drapes without <
3 1 I GECC TIMEPAYMENT A t Inca of your Hotpolnt ipphinc| <" ttj
involved in the maintenance of heat
Roberts O *
w will replace It with a comp. <
a Vice Squad office, with its I i.i PLAN, ? WhitakcrElectric ibl. Hotpoint model at no cost to Deluxe Lint Screen Is easy M
: substation With w I row to >
setup as a to fit your remove and replace for
the money released, I would I I DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Budget Inc.! Y) cleaning
create a Merritt Island substa enx

Eon: If possible, and meanwhile COUNTY COMMISSIONER
detail more men to the neglected --
; Republican (UnopposedIn t >


j Registrar ark WHIT AK"ER ELECTRIC Inc. i

Registrars-Additional: questions asked of ALL THE PEOPLE WILL BE HEARD! '

1. Describe the duties and (Pol Adpa. by Roberta Camp Treasurers 326 South Washington AT*. (Downtown TUuiYllU) 0
powers of office of Registrar '\ Phone 267-0611 x I:
2. What plans do you have to

take registration more accessible }/ WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL TWELVE YEARS IN THE SAME LOCATION
to qualified residents?


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FILM biginncr to the Profoer+ionefwimhmP.. Famous AQUA-KING #3000 Four .. THROW PILLOW SPECIAL 99C
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0 ef of prlntt wrh! a ; Covers 3000 afIT
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THvsvllU ( ".rliat< } ,. Adroel9s Wldnudly: April 29, MM IM Till: Cots OF TOE rOCNTTit OF LF.F.llnt."RG foncloaerl' I I. III follow. m.y have of the.(.Inll|county sill lodge.atat of U Pre.vaid theofflre .
i-C I ''mr:. iv' Awl FOR nnrvRi: ny II. I.. Carle ini 111tA"A"'T: "' lIunnT-lI. In the court- ;;
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__ 4 ie1.Ih.: H."KII 1. Trust tlfflcir I'.Nir SO. 1. SECTION 1 .au- Florida within
Tltu-vllle. f
IS l-HOHtTK.\ : NO. Kvaeuter at Last WUI and cording to the plat' thereof *i site hou.. ealindar at months from the date
:NOTICE' TO CMrlllTOKI: Tentament of Charier t'Kunnk recorded In Plat Hook 11. pl of title ft
BREGER STAR ADVOCATE'S Keeord. of BrerarJ of the first publication ,;
MISTER IN RC: ESTATE: : or Deceiaed.Apr. 09, Public eater. Each claim or demand must
CHARLES P, KCONI. :!:!. :2*. May 8, 13 (WJ.) 1964. County, Florida be In writing and must slats the
k. 1"'f "_ our DECEASED: YOU ARE REQUIRED to file place or residence and po.t-oftlce t
'>:r- '''' ''' -+: ''''' Crossword Puzzle IV THE: CIRCriT "fIIIlT OF THE: Clerk of the claimant and must ,
.". .. h 'O: ="'< :::'f.: '''r('> ::7'r" : ? TO ALn CREDITORS AND ALLPEMSONC your Answer with the address of the
: :NINTH< lliriM.. IIKIIIT. IN" > the the claimant his
Court and to serve a copy upna .b. wora" to by
: :;:. : HAVING: CLAIMS OK ..11D'IIR HIIKV; I> tilt 575, Plaintiff. Attorney. FREED: ftNATHAN80N. agent, or his attorney or It will become
(: y :.. ACHOSI DOWN" 1] Communlata- -, .- TATS DEMANDS: AGAINST BAlD ED- II.OKIIM.I 210 f outh Winking', ; void according to law.
: South ,113.' IV fll tvrrHV: Sf). setae ton Avenue. Tltu.vllle. Florida, sot April 20 194.
1.Dull 1.
., \, pain, ; You, and each of you are hereby May :21, IWH. If you fall
< ... 'N\'r MITI4: TO Oa.fKvniCENTRAL : later ./ H. T. William
i' j &Chums American r J 119. Slight notified and required: to precentclaim any : SAYINGS BANK IN to do ..., a decree pro eont..... will H. T William, Executor"
$ .3 t !. Indian 1 and demands which you, or against for lh. relief
; .Chamber1X tat THE CITY OF" NEW TURK aNew he entered you John T. Baron
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.I \ ; : ( Send 2Moreold19.COd.. either Estate of of you CHARLES may have F.again KUO.NI l :the, York Snaking Corporation.rialntlff.. demanded: In bml the Crmplalnt.SYITNEBS and seal of John T. Duron attorney for
< .
: P. (I. Box I:95.
forth Executor
fashioned: \ dens iJcceaiHNl 1. late of Hr.vanl County, \*. raid Court at Hrevanl County Ihli
; i '" 1\ ll.CutM .I. 1 Florida to (the Honorable Virgil H. Pith day cf April, 1911.ICUCRT Tlluavlllts Florida
( the roast Lifted '. dawn"a 7 r 'onkling, County Judas of Brevard. ALFRED!: E. MITH! and' SEAL) Apr ,22. :29. May 8, 13 (We.l. 1904
H County at hi. office In the Count SARAH W. SMITH hli wife, and
m 12.VacDlat. with effort 20. Dreg Court HOIK, In Iirevarit County MAHUARCT P. HATCHELOR Curt I* R. Rome
..I f 1.Pro- 4.Variety ofcorundum 22.Brief Florid, within airs, month from Ingle, Clerk of Circuit, Court
prtetora the date ef In* flnt publication, Defendant By: V .8. ftpangflerDeputy I
re hereof Each claim or demand shall TO ALFRED 7.. SMITH and Clerk ENVELOPES Business Sires _
14.VVrm.Ui IS."k' YertetdiT-i A..:.. be In writing. and ball slate the SARAH W. SMITH hi. wife, Apr. 82. 19. May S. 13 (Wed.) 19C4.
17.Medieval seat 28. Foot 39.! Sailors place of residence and poet office and MARGARET H. HATCH- Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp .
Ul. 8.\Vln digit 37.Beeome address of the claimant, and, shall KLOR. alncuRwlilence I IN RR:: Ealate' of
be worn. to. by the clalmaat hiesteal Unktnwit EDNA M EATON deceasedNorti
18.poem' receptacle 28.Restore) liable to :, ar hla': attorney, wad>! any such TOU ARE: HEREBY NOTIFIED: I : t: TO ( KHITOItH: for mailing. Full stock tt Star. ,
Produced 7. Black 29. Hot and 38. Edible claim I nr demand not
*o flleil$ shall I that a lull to foreclose a Mortgage I All crulltorl of the estate of
21.A slant and blue dry bulb b. vol.1. has been filed, aaalnit you In the EDNA M, EATON, deceaneil, seehereby Advocate.O .
23.: Author of 8. Cubic 3 .Most 42, Solitary Doled Ih. 21st tiny of AerlInd/. above Court by the above named I notified and required to file I
"The Cold meters rational 44. "-pro I FIRIt'l' NATIONAL DANK Plaintiff. The proin-rty sought to be any .Im. or demands which they

Bug" Mountain 32.Bitter vetch nob\.s'\
24. Cer. BlicleShtrta passes 34. Skinned 4 9. Yelp I /GEE WHIZ/EVSRVTIA1E SOMETIMES/ TWOOrTUEM.ONB TAGbetowwve AND THEY

33. Decay I :. I 4- 5 6 7 a
37. s +
''Weicht trying: 9 0 '.... ? '''C WATCHING SCVE DCPEV I "' N05Y!

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flail: lOt I Ib/ f
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"From what I see of your future Tm afraid I'll have S3.PaUmonth. 18 \
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to ask for my fee In advance abbr. ;

M. Plunderers J.4 rz
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Ann Landers .:r. A duck
hunter1 1.1 L39 "

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Mom's BirthdayDear chapter 43 44 i '1< I GUESS THERE'S' NOTHING HI, TO ANYONE WHO MAS
49.time.At one 41 16 f0: Z TO DO BUT TECOY THINK, TO AW TEDDY v .

49. Snare

Ann Landers: I am a 13- back injury. The Injury does not 50. Descendant W') [ se c

year-Wd boy who is riling this prevent Warren from living a *

l letter\ : for myself and my two normal life, but it doe prevent 4-29. t Hd .lU

,I little brothers. We are all very him from doing the work for and bitter. When I was a child Dear Perplexed: I AM:\ a p' 1 0 I1 I v eq0 LiLC i.

sad and we need your advIce. which he was trained. and my parents punished me or grandmother and I urge you to

Today was our mother's birth. When he retired, I thought my brothers and sisters, we ac remain silent unless you want to

day, None of us kids remember. "Hooray now we can travel and cepted it as normal and decided be considered a meddlesome old DIREFUSETl7STAND

c4Jhe day and daddy forgot it, see the country. Our first little not to try THAT again. woman.Txlay'a .

too.! It all started during supper trip was to sec' the dam. Nothing I Is so Irritating ( or

when mom got a singing tele- What happened( ? The minutewe parents seem to be so useless as unsolicited advice.

say "Happy Birthday" then the car up to 85 miles and psychology that they don't have Ann Landers will be glad to

bunt was too late. She was real hour. When the speedometer any plain common sense. They
help you with your problems. X'rA NOTeOlrJQTOTELLVOU AGAIN I
upset and hollered, "I'm just thecqojt dropped to 73 he said, "Some listen to the so.called experts and Semi them to her in care of this WHATATERRIBLERACKETi FORSLICHCARRYING- MONT/l TURN THAT VOLUME DOWN 3EVERT J I
and maid around here. Why thing must be wrong with the a ONINMYOWNHOME!
should anybody remember MY park plugs." When we stoppedto many of the experts never have newspaper, enclosing a stamped, WHO CAN SET ANy SLEEP d
birthday?" eat he swallowed his lunch in had a child themselves. self-addressed envelope. AROUND THIS PLACE?

,IJ1ly) youngest brother tried to one gulp and bellowed, "Quit I see so much that is wrong

hug her and give her a birthday poking, we gotta get going." in the homes of my children. Will (. f you have real I estate

kiss', but she threw him off her Of course we were home in two they think I am a meddlesome to sell, or If you ate

lap. Now the Is not talking to days Instead of four. No sooner old woman if I offer advice looking for choice real >-

anybody and daddy Is hiding his had I put the luggage away when When you are a grandmother :

head behind the newspaper. It Is he began complaining about bore. you'll know how difficult it i h estate, use our classified

v 'r.y' gloomy around here. Please dom and "nothing to do." to remain silent. I need your columns. cz

help. us cheer up mom. I've suggested all sorts of hobbles help. PERPLEXED .I Im

ASHAMED KIDS but they are too tame. ShallI
tie in anchor on his rear bumper OHUl:
Dear Kids: Some mothers do
not'care much about birth. ? Help DONNA INDEEDIDO, TIV E I PASS A 6IRLIITl BYNOWIT' GETTINGTO OTlarura
Dear Donna: Your hyperthyroid ABERNATHY
days.! Now that you know YOUR 'MUSEUM
operates INC. t1
mother does care, track down a e6 \
196&: calendar and put a big circle overdrive\ and you can't change ALWAYS NATURAL \ tI SIi

r around that special day. It also him. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF I R HISTORY

might be a good idea to remind! lie needs a hobby that will give T 11

your daddy a few days ahead, him a physical outlet for his NEW AND LARGER OFFICES

so he can bring flowers or majne energies as well as emotional STARTING SATURDAY. MAY 2 LADIES? /

take her out to dinner. satisfaction. Maybe your doc

It you kids try to be especially tor can guide you AT
a ddlt ddltC.ite
considerate of mom and help her MAGNOLIA OFFICE PLAZA eoue4 EGYPTIAN ';-

In the house she will sweeten up Dear Ann Landers< : I am a 70-
it} a day or to. Mothers get hurt year-old grandparent who Is

just like everybody else but they truly worried about my grand :2 BLOCKS NORTH OF OUR PRESENT LOCATION

heal quicker children. Some of my friends are
worried about their grandchildren
N y.M Ne.N t,.. Nr '"
too.When TELEPHONE 267.7121 P. O. BOX 588 I,1 M
Pear: Ann Landers: My husband N f .
retired at 59 because of a my son and daughter
punish their youngsters the children .',

I seem especially resentful

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t:00 Ch. 8 Channel Mix Special! 2.30: Ch. 2 Doctor, 1:15 ('h.I\ (',,,Io..n.
Ch. 9 Patty Duke Ch. House Party 10( :DO ('h. J st When
llli'fOO\ OOA! SI&& a I::30 Ch. 8 Tightrope Ch. 9 Day In Court chi o v.w, Mike Wallace
Cb. II Political Talk 3:55 Ch. II New Llia Howard ('h 9 Mp"nl.h|
9;:00 Ch. :2 Kiptonace: 3.00 Ch. 2 Loretta Young 1S:: ('h .' Now. Edwin Uewmnn
Cb. Beverly Hlllbllllpi Ch. 8 To Tell the TruthCh. 10:30: Ch \Vcnl for Word
CS.9ldrn Casey 9 General Iloapltal ('S. 6 I I Love i.ucv
.:25 Ch. 8 New Douiln Edward* ('h. 9 Prke Ii Right
30 6 Dick Van Dyke
B Ch.
CROWNDRIVEIN +Tionil/i: 10::IH/ Ch. 2 Kleventh Hour IJO: Ch. a You Don't Say 11.00: Ch 2 Concentration
Ch. t
Ch. II Edge: of Night M.-Cny
Ch. ( Checkmate Danny Kay Ch. 9 Queen for a Day Ch. 9 I'olltl.,, nl Talk FOR PEOPLI WITH J-LETS PRACTICAL, PARUNS. VOO' E60INS I'M' BEGINNING TO
Ch. 9
TlhwUle 11:00 Ch. 2 Ne..... Sportl, Weather : 2 Match name Jropar.lv TROUBLE I GOT
Ch. 8 News, Sports, Weather Ch. 8 Mecret Storm Ch. t Pete and Gladys SHE SAID SUB WANTED SVMWTHV. THAT'S VCU WANT TO LEAVE MONEY
11:20: Ch. B Editorial: Ch. 9 Trallmaiter Ch. > Mln.InK. I.Ink..05rIIt5l' TO SEE ME FIRST THING IN FOIL SURE; FOR VOJR. BEOCV. Z LOVE 971 a 'M,, Z
'Shown Twice 7:35-10:40: : 11.35 Ch. Movie "The A"" ".."". 4:25 Ch. :2 Newi. gander Vanocur THE MC8MM3. I WONDER, Q VOU. I WANT TO MARRY VOU.SO ,,
Ch. 9 Weather 4:30 Ch. 2 Burn and Allen 13.DO: Ch. 2 Your h-r.t| Impression IF THE POOR KID'3 WE CAN KILL ALL THOSE
YOU 11:30: Ch. :2 Johnny CanonCh. Ch. II Uncle. Walt Ch.Ch. 8 9 Love of Life INTRGUBLE s ,., B1&OS WITH ONE STONE. '"r11'8y1' ,
SAW 9 Movie "Old Acquaint, I.00 Ch :2 Brat of OrouckaCh Father Know. Boat I
HER an.,." < Huckleberry HoundCh 12:211 Ch. 1\ New* I Y .., y T UNDERSTAND ? w' ?IIY' Ingu,1
IN 9 Uroneo 11:30 Ch. 2 Truth or (t-n"equence.
5.:2S/ Cb a Uroaleit Headline Ch. 8 Scorch fur Tomorrow
oPLAYBOYMA6AIINE 6.30 Ch. 1 Newicope Ch. 9 Ernie Font
Thursday Ch, t Leave It to Beaver 1J-41: Ch. 1\ Clulillni- light
UM: rh.2 News. '"
k NOW SEE MOIIT 1:00: Ch! :2 ifewi. Weather'
? t MOKMNOa 8O\J;: \ Cti. New. Sporta, WeatherCh Ch. II cllrl Talk j
9 New, Sport Weather Clt. 9 December nrlile
:IS Ch. 2 Hun.hlne AlmanaoCh. 8:15: Ch. 9 F.dltorlal 1:18: Ch. :2 Focus araia
t' ,, HERIo Bunnhlne Almanac ':20 Ch. II Newt, Sports .1:30: Ch. :2 Science,
6:SO Ch. 1 World Clvllliailon 8:30: Ch. 2 N...... HuntleyBrlnklevCh. Ch. 0 At the World Turn. en
Ch. I !dnnihln! BemeiterT 8 1'1....... Harry ReaaonerCh. Ch. I Newi. MikeChamhrrlnn
:00 Ch. 2 TodayCh. 9 1'1....., Ron Cochran :
Film Feature 1.45: Ch. 9 Np.... Weather 1'48 Ch. t Cirtooni %
kL 1:30: Ch. 9 Mickey, Rvani 1.00: Ch 2 Rifleman 2:00 Ch. t Left Mahtteit'
0 7:44: Ch. II Newi. Weather Ch. II Hunting and, taking Ch. I Pii.word r EVEavaCOV GIVES A WOULD SECKUNOERSTANO/ DOES 0 MATTER] ISN'T
1 1:00: Ch. 6 Captain Kangaroo<< Ch. 9 Virginia Boy Ch. I Mr. Maui LITTLE. EVEIWKXrYCElS WHAT HArs REALLY IMPORTANT
I 1:11II: Ch. 9 Cartoon T:30 Ch. 2 Temple Houston am: Ch. tN.... Stn.d! i Kalher w i If CR SWt WANTS. M30 AMRRYME HER FUTURE f
(:.00 Ch. :2 Divorce CourtCh. Ch. t Password 3,.JO Ch. > Doctori 1 -I GET YOU. YOU GET THE
6 Pint Tear Hpanlah Ch. 9 Fllntitone. Ch. House Pori' '
.q.tOl1t Ch. 1 Bxerela: for Women 1.00: Ch. 6 R..hld.Cb. Cri. Day In CriS m tf; TREASURE. BECKY GETS y /
1:15: Ch. 9 Cartooni Donna Reed :KK Ch. t Newi DM lf waril ca SECURITY FOR THE
PROMISES 9-30: Ch. 6 Romper Room 1.30: Ch. 2 l nr. KIMara 3;:00 Ch. I ore'ta YiMjrCh. .. 41ws /( REST Of
10.0O Ch. :3 Say When Ch. My Three 8on To. Tell Ihr Truth
) Ch. a New*. Mike Wallace '::00 ('h. II Perry Mai n Ch. 9 General' HoipitHS ,
Oh. 9 Spanish. ('h. F.n.l.n' OTolI ::% ('h. 1N....... Douil.. Edwards
PROMiSESf'| 10:25: Ch. aN...., Edwin Newman. 9:30: Cb.I: llaielfh 3;30 Ch. > Vnu Dont alnCn.
10.30 Ch. 2 Word for Word 9 Jimmy Dean 1\ Ndga l of Nl.htCK. ,
Starring' ----- Ch. 4I Love Lucy 10:00: ('It J Kraft Buapenia Theatre It Oneen fir 0 I Onv' r
tATE( MANSfiELD MAEtt McOONALU Ch. 9 Price U Right *T t ffiirwa 4:04 11:00: Cb. 2 Concentration 10:30 C'h. 9 Story of a RaclicJ 9 Seen Storm
.'YN COLOR '::05 ONLY Ch. < McCoy Driver ('10. TrillmiiiterC
Ch. 9 O.I the M.i.af. J 11.110> CII.I: New. fport. Weather : C*. t Newe. ffandep Vaaorur
ELSA 11:30 Ch. 2 Jeopardy H'i:!' Ch. Now.. Sport Weather 4-30:: Ch. 2 Hum and Allen
Ch. 1 Pete and Olady 11.20: Ch. 9 Kdltorlal: Ch. II T'ncl. Watt
MARTINELLI'RICE Ch. 9 Ml..ln Link II:M Cb. C Movie "Part HoneyOn. ": "...t ..f Orourho
:00rb I
1515555(1(1'11:00 : moon" Rlvorb..tS.
/ GIRL" : : Ch. 2 Your Flr.t ImpreulonCh. I 9 Weather .:!! fr.. I Mnmenti In Rportr
S U>v. of Lit 11.30: P. a Joka.y Careon a.IIt: rll. I N.w.e_
Cb. 9 father Know B..t Ch. 9 Movie -Denta Fe Trail I" Ch. 1 Leave It to Beaver -r


April 2f. 1W4 htvtvlllt (Florida) Star. Advosm Pl9.DIXIE 7I ,


; ;,., '. PUBLIC NOTICES ,

l IvI TUB IIHClIT COfRT nr Till: l I' TIlE: ( IMCIIt tOl-Kf, .OF TlirMrH li TIIK tiHftlT tIt'"r or mi I IV tlK Eatit ''N TV JVDOS
PRODUCTS Sift tin I MM:!' JlllKltL ilKClir It! !' JtniMii. ( IK( IIT i iAMK IN :IN-TII Jt'isll'lI. ( iMtir r1II ': WILLIAM sttJ BURR d.- I 'ilI- CIt: SON IlHrV.illui.Nrti .
I Alt! Sole HKHI: ) tUlNTt, SIlK HHKt 41(11 Cot'stT .' t'IIR loIS nv.t; K Is I'll M I >T' I .eaaed, alao low. 0 William 11.llurr ruiHini ;
"" I rlOHIDVI I r 'TK OF PillItlIshliIN'EMt tl.IIHII'I \. MlTltt. TO ( IOEIOITORSaNIlE ':'
H % M tNY in. t19'S ; M>. tlOUli IN ( VNTKRV 10.' flllJlIII MITKK: t.) ('CC-MllTOH : "
ANnE COl'NTY. an aaaoclatlon ... .VII k Inline un.lrr Ih* lawa. of the l/nltct I illian, Allnwelt minor.HY quired In file anylalma 'r d*. ISC1 dceed. ''
llta I... of Amrca., NOTICE KTHKL: : R M.'F.IWAIoI: mnnila which they aaaln- All crailltora of tOe ICataU te
pglmlff| TO IIUURY GENE CASTLE :XITITB at aald 1 eatat In 1''lItrc. of she CHAUNCRY OMITS dceaed.: aV*
...* SI Paul MnlnlnYOl TO' MARTHA ANN: COOK tnuniy judge County, hereby nntifltd and required I of tie
DANA: K. SMITH ami WANDA I. ARK HEKKHY: NOTIFIED l>.'7 Crabtree Ave. Florida, In the o.nurhou. Tltualllo any claim or demand which they
II." ITSI hi. wlte. el at.siIeP thai. the above-named. Petitioner.AUHKHf .. oweneboro, rtintuckrYOU \' .'h, M.. ralendafmontha may bar aealnit aald estate In IA.
J1fr ( D.rn \ : or Stir and J0\< LILLIAN ALLUWELT.hai that a PetitIon haa been filed in (Ihe publication of thb .. Each County. Florida, within It*
THE STATE: OK PI.OIUUA filed a Petition, In, toe abo"e above atyled etiurt hy PTIIII.: |It c.lm 0' d.m.nl ntlat b* In wrIting raleodar moulbia from the dalwf
Tu. Dana R. Hmlth anilVancla alyle l Court for the ailoptl of i 'n MrEL\\AIN. for the adnuli' ,",n oPECIIY : lbi pIece ,reei-' Sb,. first publloatloa of thla notle
j \ J. Smuts hi. wit minor rhlld named 1 therein:, und y "i ANN McKlNVAlS amWIIKKKY d ,,I pont-offlrS addreea rll of the Plach: claim or demand mu.t h.4oWrttlltg
M's \Vanhlnctun Avcnu are required to show caunei. why tht LYNW' MeELWAIV mlnora cialtynot end mont h. .Wllrl to bp and mint atate the Dlac rrealdenc
'I"MI'IiJlTR flcsIpc name ehould not be (ranted i by by the Petitioner, an"i v''u :,ir. She tllm.n. hlo agent. nr his ..1.InU. and 1 pont-offtc *ddra*'vf
i 1 :: NOTITIRD aenrlnfr a copy at your written df <.- required to servO a.niv' "f v"ur will beennsl vol,1 Ih. claimant and mu.t b* .
Itt1tThm'LIGHT thai a cull bill bern fllml. aaalnat ,'n>,'.. If anv. upon WHITB .AHMitlAN. answer or objection I I.." -h,,u "II",, "., cording, I* l law. .O li by th. cl.I..nl. his agent, o.
you In the hnve cauM and you ..* Attcirneya tar PeiltlnnHi why ,-a 1,1 Petition annul;,I I ",",i bKranted .. April T. 1914. Homey, or become II.
required lo file y ouran.xer' with ; : lluj lllhleeua I lioulevard.: Melbourne. on the atiorn' , f", p,"|' MCdna Minor TlurrWna according In law wil. Yot
Iht Cli-rk: of lhl Court .nd to Florida, and t>r filing the Hloner CARL I.. TlliiMioN, JitItf .. Mlnnr Burr ExeculrlS' Dated talc lit day of April.
copy thereof 'eht": I original thereof with Site Clerk of rtnutb Magnolia A> 'ilinrtnFlorida John T. Barnn 1044. A.I.
mrvr.r"I Iti attorney. : I'ea- .hi l Court on or bcfor the SIb lao I I :: and file the nniln, :,il;I ,,n orliLfuro John T. l.rnn. attorney for /., Olg A.

den.ic... of the office of Cheater K.KullUlnic of June 1U64, otherwiSe, a bend the II day of M' ,\ A H I l4In ,: 1 linn 1J93.Tltli.vlllH. E'ecutr't of Ill:al.l. .
I \Visittie.I 9,14 Oh. North :. tee' he entered b afiilnit you ,..nl' : the otflo of th-' ,'i',' ,k .0> the I Florida. nf Channray Smith. ".
: Orlando, Florida not lal r Inn mid a.Iopti'sn.WITNR,4 Circuit Court.Herein Apr 8, It, 22 1(U'ed) IM4.It Apr 5. It, U, 29 Wed' > .c..0
than May 29. fall an : my hand tml, the deal fall not or i ,t"'. ree pro
I to do, a Decree lI6t"'oUCf .",i WIll fit aid. Couil at Tltuavllle, Flor- confo.i.1 will be end, i"I i 'utolnut
he entered, agalnit, you for Ihe relief hln. thla T day of April IDS\ ,.
demamlixl In the Comiilalnt. 1I1'I1't MEAL) .nll.W ITN""' tRy hnn.l "".1 thu seal THF. i'lttcttr roi-RT OF tilNINTH li tIlls rIRrIIT t flIRT or rife

____ __ I Thla anil, la lo foracloM a rnortn p CfHTIU It. BARMES of sold. Court In Tltu i'I I riorldaIlila Jtllldtl. ('I Kit Ii'. Ill !l1"t. I ('intiir. iv
H The, real properly proceeded", OHalnnl clerk. Circuit, Court 7 day of April A i I'' I'" I ." MI PhIl 1 UK 101''f. OF "tt,. : :HrlJ lIStEn \"I lOlMtY,
I.. BY.: 'Her lie HallDeptitv (COURT REAL) \ .SKi,. .r\l t: OF JI.OIII .
SOUTHERN 'VITTLES" tAKE in Dixie's Lot M, Shady OsOc.' Fourth Addlllon. ,- (lerk CURTIS It. IIAUM lCLIHK IX I" tNb ..K W NI). .lM IS llltMiFHV.: f\HK: 'n, fMCIF.IKIML
SPOT history Most Southern gover. OF TIII 'nirrtTOUHT NATIONAL lIFE IJKVELOPMENT '
.. 'orilin. to the plat \\ KITE *. IIKHMANA : : i INII'nAHCIt'OI'ASr.
Today's self-sufficient Southis nors have issued proclamations in connection I thereof n,. V",' .r.l.-.l In put Hook i lorneyn at Law (' NINTH IMflAL' a V.nnnl, corporation, ((lit l't 510 AT ION: ,
17. l'neCS, Public Records of II"I '.: Illlllmun Itlvd CIRCUIT. ship( : \ltl Cl.iotlf I,
high-lighted by the "Dixie Products with the event. urging greater pro. llrevaril County, Florida :ii.it ..ur n.Ftcril. (OlfNTY t'I.IIUII'\' v., .'. Plalllt

Spring Festival" being observed i in 631 duction and of Together with all itructurra and llv irailv. W White IIY llertle Hall In. ..nNAln C WARD and, MAN ; ANNI M. KRAOER. et
home-grown Improvement now und hen-nftcr Tinnotlir; hnll be run 01Mluwlng the Apr 5, IB, 22 89 ,i5S.i,l \1"11.: l'RAVAll). bile wife Defendant;
Winn-Dixie supermarkets, including twoin products. Above, a typical supermarket, on aid land and fixture aUHCtied ,>! iluya of four con..ullv. _. D.t.nI.IU.
thereto, alao all .... ttcam, ..i ,k, :!'oo'rll OF Ml XUTIf'r: OF at IT
Titusville. Southern produce, staples its bins piled high with produce from electric, water, and other heal- API;; ;M. 1 IS. 22, :M! (Wed.) I9UI.IN I" 11111 o-IKs IT f 01 II' III' 'Ill IiN1N151 STATE ( ,(* TOl THE .T : FLORIDA
and meats are incfuded' in the'all-out Dixie. log cooking, refrlirerntlnK. Il.hlln ---- oIl1.II"1 I 1111I111.I INSNI Leonard. C. Ware andVanilm TOl Annie M. Eraser, If alive, a4 pro !. plumbing. ventlUtln, rn- ''' FOR 11101.5 hIlls' I 1"1'1t \, WaI, wife If dead, her unknown h..lr. ,levleu|
motion the most extensive of Sits kind (atlnir. and power avatema. Tiifc inn ir tin KT or TIII: mini I. e/o Mn >' Knlrey des Igmie-a.: g ranlees or aaeiguo
machine appliance flxturea, MVIII 5 .11' "111\1. IIHIIIF lAM > 4 llRHY: 10. INS! BflJ Ft. Payne Highway and M. II Krager, her huiband.',Jf!
.n' appurtenancea, which now .> ion 1 iii: i CIT% OF ""t-: ,.11 fir t: 'f..) 1111. I t MIIIO.VR Hcott.bnro. Alabama alive, eesilr unknown,
arose mar hereafter pertain to. \\HII. MTtlf.I : OF I OHIO \ : aTAVl.NOH 'I' tIll' and all parlle claiming Intereat I n. M llodgman and M. C.
eii laidpremlno. is i nM m *MIMDONALI I'lnlnllff. Ifodtman. hla wife, if alive, and "l
or he u wish In or on p by Ibrough tinder IIr .lIaln.t the
even though they be > I.. IIIOl.CHKIl: v.. aid Leerty 4 C. W."I asS, Head their unknown heir. del...
<,1U'h or iMachahleW1TNBHS Plaintiff ItOlircnT: li. 110, :> 11\:11: Jli, endklNA Warl., his wife, sli picture hay'r. legctem. granleea or aulgna, ...
I "Florida Products Week" Is my hand and the neal v. W. I1ONHAM lu. wife. elalmini .no have any nugh I denc unknown.
of thin Court at 1'1111"111. Hr.. DOROTII'JEA'II:' nFLCIIEROefcnnant: l I'ifonilanla., : LT.o. or Islereot II" the rual prop- Hswsrd C. Qlbba and MaO3eSC.
van,! {Count Flnrlda. this :Slat day TO: Robert T,. HiHilnm', Jr. and with Improvement, thereon Olbba, his wife. If alive. and it
of April, MM! TO: DOROTHY, JEAN: HKI.IIIKK.: : Kiln a VV. Illinium, Pie wit herein dearrlbeilYOU d.. their unknown heir ".v'"rlegaleea -
whoar rcnldenta la unknown, Hwtdenre mil 10" 'II .
URAL) ? ,
(COt'HT granteea or aaalgna, r*
OF YOU hereby t
R. TIARNES Clerk You are hrrehv notified that a You are heroin muria, ; that aromplalnt ANI FAII drove unknown '
Ct'RTia Complaint for Divorce hue I..ntll.d to r..r", I I., -, .1 pertain lake a suit han heel ,
lIT: V. 1'1' ISpanalirIWpuly ; ...In.t you. ant, you are required montage on the 1,11, II 'n''< ,dpairlhed filed agalnal you In the above ttylciCourt. Leo.Sic J.unknown Klaner.: If heir.alive, devlw, and I
ClerkApr. ,
The of the lull I I. Ie.d.
22, 29, May ii. 31 iWert ) HM. lo aerve n copy of your An- uiouerty, to-wll furecloae' n.lu.. to 1.1.' granlree 0' asaigse, re..
__ awer of Pleadlni to the romplnlnt Lot li. Hloik \ It ,w" Oar- mortgag
Promoted In StoresUnder ; ; dated March 13 W.I I, and coccus keown.
I Being on the plaintiff t attorney. KAU1.Y dens Hubdlvlalmi: ", ,iln, 'i-l": filed opubllu '
iTIIK: tiKri ir 101 KT or tilts WARREN: 4Nj: Harlxir City Itoul- acBoritlnc to Ih.,' I'!hi", ,thereof, aarecorded roiiinl l In official Kecord Manna Toomy, If alive, and If
MN CII H.l 1111101.l f'uIttt It. INM pearl. Eau (lallle, Florida, and, file In I'lm, I :",>,,1.I M, l'ogo Book 671. page 2045, Publlo Heoordtof e..d.. her unknown heir, devisees,
.\ > rOH HKr.VAHII COlITt, the "'Ialn.Anow..r\ of Pleading In n, Public It.< ..1, ,I l- "'f IlrevardCounty .,1..var". County Florida, encum granlefa. or aaalgna. anilToomy
OKIIIt.. the office of the Clerk of Clr.'ull Florid' h.rlnal.' deacrlhed hu.b.n.
I ,. properly, nf the whose Chrlmitn name I II
('I"'t'.HI "I '1I1t.1I eel-us Court on or before the II day of Together with 'tin f'.lI..wing' ,rtearrlbml Cour
proclamation of Gov. orange concentrate and 80 per the fact that Floridians are eat '" I" .: III 1'1 11I.1t 'o 111I'11 May 1WS4 If you fall to0 ao a apiillan I;"i "hi I,, h Are and Circuit Which I .sil ault in P. plaintiff.. If alive, realdenc ua Conff.no will be taken hall be deem. ,'i I i.. l I"< flxturea Court of lbs NInib Jollclo
l) Pro >
Farris Bryant, April 27 May 2 cent'of the world's total processed ing more produce boot pork, NAttY ILIF.N: OIUIIUNIf PI.I atlfr. agnlnal Lrce you for the relief di-mandud and a part .fi'i, molly, and Circuit; : County 'ofIlrevard Peter Tunla Onterhoff .."

Is being observed as "Florida citrus products. poultry and dairy products than vsLp:9reR In the Coitipralnt.DONE and, ORDERED. at Tltuavllle ar* the portion Indihtnlneaa,,, "r r 1114seeurllyfor herein No., n1IooF' ::.abbreviated.In Chancery whoa- ChI.I.n- Oaterhoff.nam I I.hla unknown wife.

Products Week" to accent the "Florida Is first in the winter ever before. DANIEL: OIltRONS.Hifendnnt. Itrevard I County. Florida, this mentioned, title of erase Lift to pl.lntlf. I alive, and If dead.'

that the state's residents beans TO LESTEIl DANIEL UtUHONSKoute T clay of April, IW4. Narrow Wall nan ",'olor. Holly Inauranca, :; Company : Vermonlcorporation J h.lra. devisees. let"1teea. '
fact are production of snap tomatoes Citing the part Win-Dixie playsin : 1, Ho* 407-A COURT sEAL) Moilel No .nr. Serial Numlwi S'iaintii'l, ., LeonardC. grintee or aaalgna, raaldenMunknown 7'Jeial '
enjoying more nutritious and cabbage tweet corn, cu. CURTIS K. BANNED X-H415 Ward and, Mandra. Ward, hit .
the South's economy !Mr. A, I Kullon. MlmouitYOl' wife, Defendanta.The F. Walker If led ,
varied! meals at lower cost than cumbers AltE llhllKUY: : NOTIFIED Clerk of Circuit CourtBrevard h.. bean flli'd aialnat you and you I If .lve. .
egg plant green peppers D. Davis revealed County, 5ionibaIlyi dearrlpllon of th* real property dead, her unknown .. .
president, that a Complaint for Divorce has required I.(. aerMa of tour :
are ropy
Involved In said suIt I and flea-I eea legaleea' granleea or aialfaa.
before radishes watermelons and ,. Herlle Hall.Deputy .
ever been filed imnln, you and you answer 0' pie..tieg I'n, the .0mlI.nlnn and
that his company paid $T>S,329,220in Clerk rrlhail In the Complaint la .. Inl.Ilw. ---- Walker, her
For the fourth straight year, second In celery produced for One hereby required lo serve a copy of the plaintiff Attiirneya, Will. .; band whoa Chrlatlan nam I I.I.
salaries last year. Other fIgures your Answer to Iho filii or Corn-: 8AI.LY WARREN: lama Oi-lllih, 41 Irani Plnr, .. Lot J1-A. flinch M. TIOWB known to plaintiff, If allv, rail,
the "Dixie Products Spring Feat.Ivai' fresh market. plaint on the Plaintiff's ..1I0rn.'vand Attorney at Law P. O. Dna HIS, Melbourne, Florida,' : .M'llDIVISION! dene unk nown.
were: occupancy costs Harbor City BoulevardFau UAIIHNI ao.
Is being marked by abund- to lIIe tine orl.ln..1 Answer In 4HJ anil file Ih' nrlflnnl anawer nr plat thereof a* '. Norma Evan I If ally, and 'It
"Our dairymen average a high 122,405; local taxes (not including the office of the l'1..rk of ISo Clr- Uallle, Florida 1904.MITICK pleading In I the offlra nf I tie Clerkof corl.d co"ln.In Plat Hook 13, peg .,. dead, her unknown helra, davlaecavilegaleea ,
22 Weil
ft, IS. M ( )
ant displays of home-grown pro cult Court on or before the glut day Apr the cin'' nil Court IlrevardCounly
er milk production per cow than social security) $2,602,406 Publlu Recorda of BrevardCounty granteea or aaalgna, ..d|
; of May. 1"4." > If you fall In do .ojoigss.nt Cmirihouae' TllunUlliFlnr.
Winn Dixie Florida aald -- Evans, her huabamt,
ducts at the 631 KMMTONMYou ; '
the producers of the other 13 default will be taken Til I .b..I.
advertising expenses $6,497,879, by lda. on or l h. fore the Mlh .lay of Ion being a replal. of Chrlatlan name I I. unknown
of herebynotified .ho.
and ynu ar*
supermarkets throughout the Southern states. Our other ncainat you for the relief ,demand May. 1904 U V"" fall to ,1 I '0. lllock o and Lot II) through 11Hock If realdeac. un
and utilities and required to preaont any : plalntlf .lv.
$6,183,901 I
expense, ,
ed In the Bill of Complaint Jul meol i \ 1-fault I hcn M, 'I.I and { .
South. agricultural Industries DATED Tltuivllle, Florida thin claims sod demanda which you or : relief d'm ,, pies n
produced at against you; for the '
all totaling 93825811. : : flection J4-A,
lost the OerlongSubdivlelun Camilla I
h A. If "
19454.ICOLRT either of you may aveagn low Rtrelblch. ally*
( of
Gov. 20 clay April In the comulnlnt.Thla
In his proclamation quality agricultural products for .atat of PAUL. CUVI.KIt. deteaaed.' Meet 19, Town- ani If dead, her unknown hair,
Bryant said: all The actual scope of the stBru'operation BEADCurlln R. narneaCL'KTItt Iota of llrevaril County Florida, to noil.anal, lie publlaheil chip IT Houth Range 87 Eaat. dtl....... lefateee. frisbee II' ia.nlgne ..
shipment throughout cornersof ,
font Ilrevard
each wnek for
Ih. County Julos of BrevarlCounty one* ionaeoutlvrweek County, Florida. ant, -- -- Btrelblch,
"Florida agriculture and Flor- America and to foreign count however is shown In Circuit BARNESClerk :Court Florida within alx month In Miar-Advocati' Tltuavllle, YOU AND KACII OF YOU era buaband, whose. Christian name .
vast from the data of first publication of Florida required to file your .n.we lo the unknown alive, reallehn -
ida produce are making a Ilrevard County Florida. planlf
ries. the figures on the food handled ski notice else the lam will ba DO.VK AND onDFKKD at Tltuavlll Complaint with the Clek of the I

contribution to the state's economic Most of the other Southern during the course of one year.A By: ll Ttle HallD.puly Clerk b.rr.d Each claim 0' demand must ., Florida thin II I >boy of April, above atyleil Court and serve a copy dne. II, Kuhl and Llnna tl.

be In manner and form aa required 1964. thereof upon Plnlntlffl Attorney hi* wife. If alive. and If dead.,
and Americans COt'RT Kuh.
well RKALI
being Governors have issued similar total of $1,544.004,000 pound of JAM1EBOM by I.w. Ptirtlt n.. llain'i,"'a HTKXVAIir L. AYERM. whom add.re. unknown h..lr.. devtaeea, 1.,-
are enjoying more nutritious and proclamations. groceries and 1,252,722,000 poundsof Attorney IflANCE for ANN Plaintiff GEORGIAN cornER Clerk ( '...1111 CmirtIlrevard I ., la foul office Hog Oil. Uau aloes, grantee or ...110. reeltencsunbnown ,
Aa Admlnlitralrl Cnnniv Vlunllia1m' Inllle, Florlila." not later thai the .
more varied meals at a lower The "Dixie Products Spring perishables were sold in Cape Pout Office Canaveral Hox I 111 Florida (ntOFTUN UKMCIt A < Sly jl'rtleliuil SIb day of May A.D. 1964, aa required tlerrltt nuneama and J.nle f,l

roal: coat relative ta.wages than Festival" is helping emphasize 19C3.Federal Apr. 22 29. May 8. 1J: (VVed) 1M4 HOLLAND O. IMITlluarllle f( .) Deputy (rirrktSRAf. oonfeaao by will law I *), cbs a ablest decree I you pro liuneam hi. wife If alive, aad;If.dead .
P Box ,
ever before. Florida Apr. 15. 22. 19, M" A (iW.4.5) 1M4. ind each at : Inl.'e,1 Ihi-Jr unknown. helra. devlaeev
Irll.I.r.nl. or aaalgn real
"Florida Is one of the world's Is TilE I'IRCt-IT conic or TllisIils ': Apr S. 19. 23 2V (Wf.l,) 1IXI4.M.oHIIlt hereunto IN WIURIOr.: I bee 0.5cc unknown. ..
: act my afflxeilthe '
llJlIl.U. IIKtllT IN IN THE: ('UK III I 1.11 lit OF TIIKMM official I seal of aald Court alTltuavlll D. H 1'l.bIf.and L.lla C..
most productive agricultural Stale Local Teamwork .' )0" bOlt tlln.\'HI) IOt.NTI. "III JIIIKMI IHClir. IN nrcvard Welch kl* alive, and ,1?
.is Tilts tUtU If (01 HT or TilE *, County, Florida .
1.1. dead their unknown heirs davlaer,
almost t All: toll I UK (lot 1IIto' SISSY.5'Sitls. : of .
areas growing every ( ii UIf'JlIUIto.: twit //OINTH .SLiti( 155. sKIt IT IN' tl.IIHIII\ this 7th day April A D. HM4. legateen, grsnlee I 0' ree'
Hitir ell Ct'Rfl ml.n.
known to man and yielding !X01H' K: 10 1"l'tIIJ: ; ) .5515 15)51 IIHt.U IlIl"U. I. IIABNEH Ionic unknown. >'
IN! (IMNI I HI Clerk cif Court
varies of vegetables, Generates More Jobs AfDRKT: WILMA HUTCHKHOS.fla.ntlff. THE fcEAMKNS: ; HANK rOil Ilrevard Clroul, Florida H CJ. Snyder aol -
great For FloridaThe : (NoiirK HIM' : OF stir MAviNurt iv ThIi'; CITY tsp NEW BYl, 1..11.COlnl""." Snyder: bla wife, .. Chrlillanname
of citrus tropical I I. unknown. lo
many types "Aim.V MARSHALL M. ItlbMN.: Individ YORK, a N>'" > ",>k corporation. Clerk l.lnlf I
HUTC1IE80N. alive, anil If dead, their
fruits and berries. Federal Government has projects to help break economic Defendant. dally anil, aa Trunlcfl.! JAMKH I). Plaintiff (HEAL: OP TIlE CIRCUIT COURTKtewart holes. devIse-I. Ic gutees. graoteeo '.,

"Its citrus production leads the TilE STATK OF FI.O1UIJA KOWELL; and ANITA M. llOW.KLL. JAMES H. KKI.EY and tOll Attorney 70 Ayer Plaintiff* .ealgn, ,..II.n., unknown. .1

world 70 cent of teamed up with local govern bottlenecks; and d) job retaining TO: MAKV1N IIUTCIIKKON.! his wife, puintffgi| OTHK <:. III li' KI.KY\ hIs wife. Poet office ll,.x ma. Pills McCain. If ally, aadIf '
producing per ments local development groups DefendantToni Defendant. Eau riallle, dead her unknown brine, devileea .
the world's grapefruit, 20 per progra ms. AloE! HEREBY NOTIFIED va. '11111 I I OK. HI II- 15. ...llI.ll"Apr. Wed, ) 104. legatee, grantee, or asnlgeaanI
private bankers and other investors liv and CALLAIIAN and JEAN. I tE'
that a suit for ore. custody JAMES STATE 01 I i'i l "III' DA TOl, J. M. McCain her huaband.
cent of the world's oranges, more baa been filed aialnat In thor CALLAHAN, his wife alive, renldeoce unknown.
you :
in the State of Florida In a Nationwide. the ARA has thus riff ; James "14, I 1:1": i I'' kley anilLforoihy ----
than 90 cent of the world'sMany above .nlltl..d C OUSCIS, 51 that you J. HAAKTAMOINKN and i iilvikley PIe "'I fe, And all persons claiming; by,
per $37.5 million investment programto far approved 1,281 projects rep are .qul.,1 I sacree your answer EMMA L. HAAHTAMOINKN. h'. don", Khhin'<.etRaleiHh IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND through or uoder tb. abova-namail

produce job-generating indus other written defeme upon wife; WINlt'lttI4TICKLItY.:\ s, ,"''iI>> Carolinaand FOR HAMILTON COUNTY FLOR. defendant, or any of them. I
resenting an investment of nearly Croflon, Brewer A. Holland 1\1I9 a widow FOLK COMMUNiriBtf all i, >" clulmlng Interests IDA You are hereby notified that ft
try to bolster the economies of a $227 million nearly three.fourths Palm Avenue, Tlluivllle Ilrevard FIRE DEPARTMENT, INC a by Ihrnullh" j',;,,;"icr or .1I"lnot, the W. B. lEWIS AND MAROAnttT suit baa been filed agalnat yos..he-ne
Items To in the Sunshine County Florida: on or ,before' the Florida corporation; JOllA said Jam. < lilackley .nd Un.othy, L. HAPP Co-partner DBA l-ewla the sbo14e-enlltlad and yes
number of areas of it in the form of loans, repay 14tb day of May II8 I. and before THOMPSON and CECILIA V.THOMPSON C. m., klI". wlf. .nd all parties Lumber Company are hereby eequiret I .file .

State. Federal or Immediately thereafter to file hIs wIfe, If alive and b..lnll ,,' .,mini 10 hove .ny PLAINTIFF _..*wr wlfh''the Clerk c tbie: '':
able to the treasury, with the Clerk of the above-alyle If either or both of them be dead, right t''i i Intereat In the reiproprrlt .1 VI and to serve a copy thereof m> .
of Commerce with Interest-which are gener. Court the original of ail .n.wer the heirs, devlaeea, li-gattei. grant- w>""liloprOvernefllsvIol thereon MORGAN LUIllt A. iUPPLY plaintiff attorney, wboae n.a.
The U. S. Department I
Feature Big or aald I written defenaea, If llenore trodltor. :
any. era, aa.tcneei n..ln h.,. CO., a and adilraaa, are, Mark, Gray, _
in a review of Area Redevelopment ating more than 100,000 direct If you fall to do ao. a Deere I'roConfeaao Iru.teea or other. clulmanta' by, Un' EACh or YOU her*. DEFENDANT Y... Cnnroy *. Olbb, 291 m..t.
and directly related new jobs. will bi entered a gal nut through under or against them, or hy Oak '"i ,">' a that a suit hua been. Voretl .".1. P. O. Box 44T, |
Administration and you for the relief demanded In the alther of them, filed '" "'"-1 I you In the above IN TUB rot'HT OF tiEronr: Its! Florida, not later 0bpsMuy T
FairAuctions Accelerated Public Works projects In addition more than 7,700 APW OWIPT"NK'H-' Defenilanta. atyled, "", The nature f th. aul'la AND FOR llltKVAltD CUUNTl.URUA 16th A.D., 1M4. _.
Counfry projects have been approved to my hand and official TOI: JOHIAII TirOMPHON and to fin,, I ,.e'lhat certain mortgagetlaiol If you fall to da ao, a decre are _
noted that the two Federal seal of office at Tltuavllle. tlrevard ] 414 .
CECILIA V. TUUMI'HON big Mut 24, imu' and filed of oonfeaee wi b* entered ..Iaal.
have invested $19.2 mil. help generate more than 2,500,000 County, riorliln this Sills day of Wlf. rnaiI encestn. known. liublli >' "I In Offli-lal Iteoord PACIFIC FOREST l'ROIIOCTS. you for relief demanded In
cake walks gourmet programs April. A V.. 1964.iCU1JRT If and If either both Ileconl a Wauhlogton.LAiMv complaint.:
man-months of on-site and off-site living or llouk Hi iiia 4JII.: Hulillo of IN'UIU'ORATIO 3
arts and lion in 121 projects In 14 of Florida's ( : MEAI of them be dead Ihe heirs, lire ,i'>'I l I >unty, Flarldn, tneumbnr- .. The tiatura of aal.l lull I I. to quiet
baked goods
recipes,, Local employment on needcJ public CURTIS K. nAP.NES. tievieeea. ,I"gairee. grante.e1sasi leg 'h.-i i reliinffer' ,00aerlbt l ,.,atlr"I" .n f : I the title to bIte : d :
: :
67 counties. Court
Interest- govern. Clerk of the Clroult lIonnr., v. land Drevard County : :
crafts plus many other works. goses, oraiitons, Th* name nf the Curt In "ti, te.
ments, private banks and local By V. l>. Hpander truoteea. 0' oilier claimantsby. | M' alii;I anil la nendlna: la III* MOROAr' LUMBER A. aur 'l. wll i -
Ing displays will be available at Deputy Clerk uoler .. : : a Florida enpnr.llonDIFISIANT
invested through 0. .In.1Ih..m fll urt of the Nlnlh Judicial Th following lois aa
have April 15. 22. 29. May S CW..d.) 1964. lal.4'
fashioned development groups or either' of them all and for, the of
St. Gabriel's old -- ; ('it'" i County according tr> the plat of :
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a total of $18.2 million. parllea claiming Intere.ti by |U'" State of Florida, In Chanv Florida Indian I River Laa4
"Country Fair", scheduled for Vets Should Use i\ Tilt: rind IT rot KT or TIIR' through, under, or agalnitJOMIAII i \ 2MIJA and the abbreviated IN 1"11 IIIMAr. CLAIM) roiTUT, Company land In Township 21'
May 9 on the church grounds.The The 13 Florida projects under SuNlIt ci issi itt. < IH<'lir IN TIMIMPHON, and 'he c.*. I. The. 1I..m.n' IN .'llt ) COUNTY tomb. Rang 97 Eaat. record*' -

successful the ARA program are helping to aNt.. t OK. 'IIIK: t.>l'!N' II ttr IUttsS ;- CECIlIA V. THOMPSON, or II"l, l I'"",, lI.vlnM* In The City of FLO It I HA In Plat Pooh I, Page 1'4, 1st.In'
fair a highly either of them and all rk, New York CAM] '
\ KIt. r S I ISIP' rl.OKIIItIX ; part- 1'i. i V NI. t905UAULiTITI aIY Kacorila. **
event last is scheduled to generate more than 1,100 new tlltMKKY HIWI lee having rr claiming' any I'!: ,.11', v: Jamea a. Illacliley and i PRODUCTS CO., 1 *.
year directly and in related em 61 Policy NumberFor BILLY HAY caREEN niht. title or Int..... 10 that .D. ""i C. lllaoklry, bile wife, l>aI Irc PXK rf. 19. 20, n, III and 2 In.- .
better this jobs ,
be even larger and Defendant certain real estate .Ituate In I I.AINTlrr 92 Lot JO, 2V, ao 11 v
108 APW projects Brevard County Florida, and I leac-rlptlon prop- V* .
The la aaollua U
to Mr. and Mrs. ployment. vs : f.IIlIr. -an
according : .
year, QUEEN particularly described aei' vnlveil In and, dea- MORGAN LUMBER SUPPLY
Jim Munnls Jr., and Mr. and designed: to provide temporary NORMA JEAN PlaintiffTO I.ota 20, 23, 21. 2, and 28, In In the Complaint la a* fol- CO., PARCEL 2A "L Z
useful public Identity Block I, of BRUNTWOODHBIUIITat. : DEFENDANT Lot 17 In Section 93 .
Mrs. T. A. Daniel chairmen of employment on NORMA JEAN GRERN.: whose according to the I II, niork M .RUN WOOD .NdTICr OF allFHIrt'M': \.1 PARCEL IB ?Z

the fair. works projects, are generatingan '.....I.nc. la Rhelby North thereof recorded In Plat i lift HfllDIVISION Ha. I, aoUna Node I. hereby given tl.t U .
Slat _
estimated 70,770 man-months Cel. W. H.[ Boshoff Veterans Carolina 3 Page 47. of the Pub- ; lo plat thereof aa r*- LIIOI t. WILIIN. Sheriff B,.- pluHtI1A..101
According to these chairmen You are l.erehy notified that a : 'oJ. of llrtvard County, ,I'd] In Plat Book 12, paf 31. norlI.. under and by

the event will\ begin at 11:00: and of on.site employment. Service Officer for Brevard CoUnty Complaint for Divorce has been Florida. i. illc Re<'nrd'. of Ilravanl virtue of a wri Execution: here.iofore Lot !and 31 III auction M T-"
fllud against and are required .
you you YOU ARE HEREBY notified. Ikal loll', Florida. l la.ued of IIeaheveeatitled SB i .
last until 7:00: p.m. and will Include Accelerated Public says that delay or possibleerror to lerve a copy of your, Aniwer a complaint baa bean. filed agalnai \i'itl i AND EACH or YOU are court. on the eth day of PARCEl and 21 Se-atlas .
11:30 until Under the in the handling of their of Pleading to lb. Complaint you and others by lb. plaintiff la i sired to file your answer to th. Au ust, tmi gth day of March, PAftCI. CA II 1 0' osLot.
luncheon from :
a Works program, Florida towns on the plaintiff attorney, ALLY ii,eabnv.s .. ea.ua In the Clr. < iinlalnt, with the Clerk nf the IIMl and the SoIls day of January, and Shctloo
2:00: p.m. Gl insurance accounts by the WARREN 4112 Harbor City lloule- cult Court In and for Brevaril ,v* atyled. ('osrtato.1 eerve a two, In the above Styled osus.s, 2 Ill : II 3 .
featuresof are rebuilding and extending Veterans AJministration is risked vard Eau Oallle. Florida and file County, Florida, for the purpoae 01lul.lln. "iiy thereof upon plaintiff at- b.v levied upon the following dtecrlbed PARCEL a..d flln8ectlonl3 .
One of the Standout) their water and sewer systems; (he original An.wer of Pleading In title to and canceling .n,' ''nay. 8TEWAKT L. AYRRlt: properly, iltuale PARCELS .
the fair will be an auction ofa each month by hundreds of I the office of the Clerk of Circuit removing certain reilrlctlona on 11' attune addrea I Ii Pout Offlc Hoi being In Ilrevard (' 'II.'I.rr. N W IU: of 8W ." It .
erecting new municipal build- Court oa 0' before she 11 day of above described property, and YO' ', Eau Oalll. Florida' not later lo-wlli a .
hand crocheted Afghan with ings Improving their area's nat veterans who fail use-their. May, 1M4. If you fall to do .0 a ARE HEREBY required to aerve ,an the 21.1 day. of May A.D. 1IW4.i 1 Imlll Corona T PARCRU. 8 .

crocheted pillows to match. ; insurance policy number to Decree Pro Confeaao will be taken copy of your Anawer or pleadlni.on required by law, plc.l a deem o. IA2037 HI-U 11 M and U ot Lot f r.> :
ural resources and carrying out ...In.1 you for the relief demandedIn the' iilalnllffa' attorney, It. I IKUNKEL ro confeaao will he colored against 1 K C. Allen adding machine Hectlon I l 1 1
These artistic creations are the other for future develop identify themselves.With the Complaint. IU22,:: leybold Bulldlr' : ion, and earh "f you Model Tl serIal No. I ig440 PARCEL : :
combined efforts of two Er-n- plans DONE: and, ORDERED: : at Tltuavllle Miami 32. Florida, and file the IN WlflVEIIH WHEREOF.: I t llurrough. Ktalement machine Let 14 'Ih B ctlon n
ment. five million vet ., lirevard County, Florida, hie I lulnal Answer or pleading. In have hereunto a..t my hand and affixed ) H.rlal No. '-6eIYI with PARCEL, f .
copal women, Mrs.\ Elmira Buck Included In the $133 million over T flay of April hell Office of the Clerk of the abelyled .>, she official seal of laid. Court OTHK"R 29
Elrod. dana holding GI policies and COURT SEAL!: ) court on or ""or. the "' ai i iiuavuie, uravarii louniy, OFFICE. FQIIPMJ1 ; :
ham and !Mrs. Frances APW investment in Florida are CURTIfl It. BARNES day of May, 1M4. Florida. this IT day of April A.D.1IM4. 1 ItkUl DEVIL Condltlol' plH\,81toa
Also to be Included will be a funds for water and sewer facilities with, thousands of cases Clerk of Circuit. Court If tU fall to do ao, a Judg." <" er aerial a-SolM .t 8 SectIon 2 .
rt'RTtft R. IIARNE
the Florid .
will offet identical or similar names, Brevard County will against hs .
which you
gourmet shop, totaling $5,580,000() ; hospitaland b,; Berth HallDeputy faullforth. relies d.m.Dd.d i I" ", Clerk of the flroiilt, Court 1 Bland with) Dado Ofeala ] Let I and IS In Section 21. and :
the church women's cooking individual number assigned to Clerk compl.lnl. H r.va,4 County Florida Hhaper SerIal No. 6101 N H .! Let 2. and Lot 14 141PARCELIC 1
health facilities $4,582,000; each Is the only of ALLY WARREN DATED at Tltuavllle. riorlil ,t i', BY: /./ Heroic Ball 1 12" Planer Serial ) etecllnn 2* .
specialties, including the recipe.On policy way Deputy Clerk 1 10" Bench Saw Canal No.
public buildings $2,688,000; road Attorney at Law Tin dar of April" aa'* .
the fairway there will b* assuring speedy, positive identification. 4M: Harbor City Boulevard (COURT DEAL) HEAL or THE JIHCUIT COURT) IIMHD2I with ." Joiner attachd Lot* II and In Section .
Ind street Improvement $!,- Eau Uallle, Florida' Curtis K. Barn* Ktewart L. Ayere I SerIal ".. 1"1 PARCEL, IDM 1 2

game booths, a ferris wheel poor 482,600: tecteatlon facilities Apr. a, IS, 22. 2If rides and the St. Gabriel's origInal Sly: Bertl Roil Poet Office Box 11"2 INO MAl If AT Iv*. la gectlon
$75.000; conservation measures Veterans writing the VA regarding > IF Tr-NTIOI': Til Deputy Cleric Eau Oallle, Florida IN TITUs.YELLS. PARCEL 2 4

"Make-Up" booth, where the $778 000 and other projects $132- Kn.iiiTrH: KTirioinUK! : Ap,. I. 18. --. 21 .(Ut..s..- [.7. 1M! Apr. 23, 28, May '.. 11 (Weil) 1144 FLORIDA NB 14. cc *WU of Section 20.xawiit a
their Gl insurance are a* in. .f the above
Purauant 161.01. Klor. property
made as to Chapter I. { jarta thereof described! M i
children can be up 000. their number Ida matutee. 1M3:) aotlca la hereby. C00il.TKIllN, OF TIIK (riNnri' ..fnd..t.. that o* the Dd Book 74. page 52. DeaJ ,:
Indians etc. urged to use policy lolenaalo 1.'I''r\ll' :"T 01' TIlE: .. w... Ul hour oteate.
clowns, queens, liven that the undersigned 'rRF.\OIIIII ti Book (n, Deed Book
There will aloe be baked goods The ARA program is designedto including the prefix letter H, register with Ihe Clerk: of the ." '.If "T.\T.... I .. o'clot II the pag 194. ::41 Book :=i J
CIrcuit Court for Brevard County St ,.HI" I NSITIPN. 5). r.i forencon sal two .'olok ISa.afl.raons. 94nge 94u
from the country store and hand help create permanent job opportunities K, V. RH, RS or W to Identify Florida, lke> flctltlotia name of"OKLFANU Where.*, aatlafa .Id...,. haa been preantd to the :. she pIe PARcRL.1OA :

ewiug from the Needle Nook in high unemploymentareas Immediately their own account which be Intend HOOriNO"t.. entaIl. !I.under huaIneee > Caanptroiier of the"B y National that Dank" lo.wll Where:call 0:11:1' '"t alof3iFirWa1" I Section 2 :

plus arts and crafts front the of the United States. The so that (Ihe VA can quickly take la Urevard Coualy Florida I04atllt la Tltuavlll, I'' of FI....".. hue aompllod with ..11provl.lo. | Y|" plJ.I() 1
He la the aole ewn r of the ...Idbu.la. ..* of ttt* a', ,' of the United Clatee required. t. b* and 4. 8ectlo J
Craft Booth, a Far East Shop program Includes: a) long-term, the action they desire.In ... and no other peresa baa compiled wilts ,,(, i. aulhorlied to oommenc th* buallonal I wIll offer for and sell t. the ll j

and the grab bag.A low-interest loans to help new Industries ay internal therein. Incas of bnkln a' \ I Banklnc Aaaorlatlnn, hl.heat bidder for cash. Hi t'id. Section W .
the event that the veteranhas Dated title Sills day of March. Mow. therefor.aaoclatloBj I < Garden Mart will feature get started or existing 1M4. la antI. "" lo ,comment Ib. business of bankingAaaorUtlon. property l'd .- .. to tb ":Ia't" hand aid ,i.J
.U. Fl0t-I
seedings and growing! plants. the firms expand; b) loans and mislaid his policy number, /5Lamp' H. O.lfandLanay ... a N.llo..1 8. \ n' fy aald *..lIt... Maid property TltUvl.
If ClelfandDRE8MLER. I. h'" lfl05imY sIgnature an,1 coal ot wilt ha 11" I" all prior Ap.l. II 4
should furnish
he bit service "
Curiosity grants to help communities provide "ltlmon f erd.d lie' ., t. CURTIt :5
Tea Shop for the thirsty a THOBL'RN ynt ,t I' ,ia M.cl 1' R Court
aerial number and his date of MILI.ER 4 4EAl. v It. 0.lIldi( o. Cla.1 of Circuit .
and of course. the public facilities needed in 'ILOI. fl.tlf (a
| Shop, Attorneye for R. lelrant Charter
[ Canterbury Shop consisting! of connection with industrial expansion birth to enable the VA. to identify Iii Dlile Laaw | .1' 1.. IKJt Jamea t. fTaxonComptroller By Brvad Itllaabetn ,. Co Fk..la tlf V. m. IIpa'e. jWldnltllY.

i religious items for sale ; c) technical assistance his account. Cocoa Apr. f, 15.ac", 22. Florida:It tWed.) 194 ." (beauS, IT Wed.) 1W4 of.Ih. Curr.acypr,22,3Mauy AprIl 1. 1 Depely-, May aharlff I IWaI.) 1M Ap,. II 1 ,C ( .4.J 1f.

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)Ster AeVe efo
W*lne'''ley April 29 1M

l r (t//J r

'4 o dairy specials o

downs produce lane Flavorful Blu Sonnet .- ,.

Margarine . . '.;*. 27c
I Pillibury Swat or Bulrirmllk. _
r 2 heads 29 Biscuits . . 4 :::; 39c
r .
Kr H'i A.0t04 (Pimento, Ollve-Piminto *r Pinioppli)
Florida Vine-Ripened Cheese Spread . 5jV: 29c
j M a NK s t s. D Tomatoes lb. 25* Mm WiKoniln Medium. ,Agiol _

Florida Red-Burton Longhorn . . ''ftf49c: :

e D Radishes i! . . . . . . .. pkg.Genulnti 5*
o frozen foods .
Idaho Baking ,

a (5' D Potatoes . . . .. ., 10-lbs. 79f Picliwl'i Fresh Front .
l Green Peas . b'pi",8,.' $1 I.

Sourhlgnd'l Quick Flea Speckled)
1 Butter Beans . ''IV;It. 49c
Goldtn Blend Quick hoses
LYKES SUGAR CREEK Hush Puppies 4 ba'I:':; ,1.

r'.SR r SMOKEDPICNICS Hollowty House Quick Fr.itn Baked
FEorid 4 4: ,. \ Potatoes V2kT: : 39c

3 Trooiuro Ids Quick Frozen
,. f Onion-Ette Rings 1"fc59c;

w..w.ot..... Sw.n.oeCoon., (Chicken, Turkey, Soliibury Steak)
,' ; :: ? T-V Dinners pkg. 79clooth'

] )' Quick FroitnFlounder '
Fillet 5*: 59c ,,*

Gorton'l Family SI..
c Fish Sticks ''JS1: : 59c ,




Mad In Honda! Lrk.*

r Corned Beef Hash ,... ..4 ;7.T;: M

I Top Round (Boneless) |bSirloinj 89c Mad In Florida t lyki .
Corned Beef ... ...... .. ..3 '12.;:;; $1 1
Mode In Florida!I' Lyki

Coffee All G rinds Steaks !* 89 Vienna Sausage ... .... ? 6 4'/z.n.es.fl0allse $1
Mad In Florida/ Lykis

Maxwell . 1-lb. S9t Beef Stew ............... ..3 V.T $1 1
(limit 1per customer with purchase:. of $S or morol) T-B one Steaks Ib 89 BiR Tind.r Cut ry

Popular Chunk Style 1 Green Beans ... ............... f|:2;nj 10

Star-KistTuna.H llm ann'I Whole I -E. 4 ISV..cIt'..' $41. Key Club teaks ib 89 c Go.Tomatoes Rod Standard Canned.. ... .. .. ......., .. *eon; 10
Delicious Stay'tWaffle

M ayonnaise quart Syrup .... ....... ... .2401.bo .. 39-
. ''or: 49< Chuck Steaks >lb. 49 c
Evaporated .
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Card. lion Milk 3 h11 Del lloiife Buffet Stile
Ban, Short Ribs lb. 39cD.I
Sliced or .Halved Yellow.Cling Mont Buffet Sn* .
Sliced Peaches ........ 2 !;;; 33

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Florida Made Beer FrultCocktall. ....... .2 cane 33
,I. 99c (Plot 100 tetra fret J?>{ Green Stomps with coupon) Del Mont Butlot( Sn*
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Delicious Van-Camp ) Monl Bud.l $11. .
4 ca $1 SEALTEST Stewed Tomatoes.. ... 2 sane 33
Pork&Beans . ns' Dtl Mont Bsilfot/ Sn.

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