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Title: Star-advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 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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8th! Year No 34 5c Per Copy Titusville, Florida, Wednesday, March. 18, 1 1964 = 24 I'atJcs: Today Puhl v' lays, Wednesdays_ and Fridays i '

Qualifying Deadline Passes; Big Primar ] cast- !


Has Dummitt Castle And Grove Withstood 37 Candidates Seeking 10 Posts II

Onslaught Of Time Only To Be Doomed? While Six Incumbents Unopposed j

Biggest primary in Brevard A total of 37 candidate have Do mix rats got "home free',
history will face voters In both qualified for 10 posts, while six that is without any opposition .t
By Bill Ly.rly The fact that Dummitt grove the narrow strip of land. In the in the late 1760's by Turnbull terms in the state legislature:
pasties! on Mny 3, fflccholrtcrs all of theme either Democratic or Republican.
What is to be the fate of the escaped the freeze was due to its Fall of 1825, the Dummitts start. colonists. one in 1843 and another in 1843,, .
famous Dummitt Castle, one of fortunate location, situated between ed a new life on a large sugar The most important fact about began to commercially ship li j
the very few historical landmarks the Indian Lagoon and plantation in the Halifax River the Dummitt grove, according to fruit by boating his cargo from Drawing the biggest number

in North Brevard County? Dummitt Creek it lies protectei Country near what is now knownas citrus experts, is that the trees the trees to the shipping lanes ot of candidates is the raco for
Is. it doomed to destruction by from mercury drops by the Indian Daytona Beach were budded, not seedlings The the Halifax River by canoe shot iff as six Democrats ek '

vandals; Is it doomed to be de- River and the Atlantic Douglas Dummitt's interests bud union is about three feet These canoes were hollowed out e to unseat Incumbent Republican ,

fctroycd by man's race for space; Ocean.; turned to oranges rather than above the ground In most casts, of cypress logs: by Dummitt and I Leigh Wilson. The Democrats I

or will it be preserved for poitenty The story of the founding of sugar cane as the smell of the which explains the survival of one of these, the "Carolina' has arc: James L, Drawdy Jr., 'of

In a place and a manner the oldest citrus grove: is rathera orange blossoms still lingered: in these trees from the 1835 freeze been preserved In the florlda Melbourne, Frank M. Smallwoodof
be-fitting a structure that has complicated one. It begins in his memory About the year 1830, He built the original: house on State museum in Gainesville It e Eau Gallie. Tillman B. Mc-
Lien surrounded by history and 1807 when Col Thomas Dummitt he developed a grove that was land granted him for subduingthe was a Minorcan Sailor 29 feet Henry of Merritt Island L. E.
that In an indirect way had such (originally spelled Dummett) and destined to become notable due to Seminole Indians. long, four feet wide and 2S' inches Tlndali of Indian River City.

an impact on the economy of his son, Captain Douglas Dum- its trees providing the budwood purr mitt was somewhat farn deep These canoes were polled Clyde R. Piitlf! of Indian River

Florida? mitt sailed past the Inlet bound from which Indian River oranges ads as an Indian fighter and was by Negro slave City and Ernie Thrower of Eau
Dick Spanflcr, Commissioner for the Augustine( slave markets have evolved. made a captain in the Florida In 1869 the Dummitt Grove was Gallic.

Gus Faulk'i right. hand l man with a shipload of slaves. Dummitt planted wild sour.orange Militia outfit organized. duringthe referred to as the largest in the i.a Following close behind is the
new Titusville Cocoa Airport Seminole War for the state and the only one behecjto
They had sailed from the Bar. trees obtained from the an- protection race for County Commissionerin
Authority Operations Officer and bados Islands, their homo 'in the cient St. Augustine groves, of people and property nlnng exceed 1,000 bearing citrus District 1 (North Brevard),
self-appointed committee of one section of the east coast trees.
feet and
British West Indies. twenty by twenty apart
where Gus Faulk Is
When he died in 1872 Dummittleft retiring
this ancient yt
to preserve Smelled Blossoms budded them from sweetorangetrees And the militia outfit was appropriately -
I each slave his of A couple of last minute en
monument to the Indian own plot
named the "MosquitoRosrera"
According to legend, the col. of rare quality found on the
ground but the was kept Jumped the number seeking
River Citrus industry, has a grove
smelled wild Jones' New Smyrna
onel and his son grove near
plan: a workable plan that would orange blossoms, as they passed Beach that reputedly was planted Dummitt, who servcU two Intact. One year after his death, the post to six
enable, not only for the Dum the grove was declared by the Robert F. Fecney of Titusvilla

mitt Castle to be preserved, but .... commissioner) of lands and immigration julnl'dY.. S. "Pappy" Austin.
for Titusville to be the final restIng ..: : r ; r1 to be the most famousin Darrcl Gene! Roberts and Ed

place for this old plantation. the state. Kittles all of TitusviUe seeking;

house. One government official, In the Democratic nomination
Beville. who is ii of
TIME'S UP Mrs. Roberta charge
Fcr our many newcomer readers ,. 18b6, in a report, stated "the while Harry W. Hasselbring of
for Clerk Curtis
the Dummitt Castle is situ- -. : grove upon the East Coast county candidates qualifying papers Titusville threw his hat in the
Barnes Is shown filing the last in a primary race
ateJ oo North Ucrritt Island reported to be the most flourish ring against Melvin E. Fetnerof
fjiir miles south of Haulover Ing and valuable In the state as the clock hit the 12 noon deadline yesterday. Barnes Titusville for the Republican
t Canal Its is and the looks on with a big smile on his face for he was one
history long exciting is owned l by an old man by nomination,
.:, and it sits, somewhat less name of Dummitt, who, In addition of six county candidates who drew neither Democratic or Five
majestically than it did some 1 to the raising of orange! Republican opposition.{ -(S-A Photo). 'tor candidates County are In thrace
years back, In the oldest living d'J has tested the experiment of miscegenation .
.t District J (Eau Gallic Satel-
orange grove in. the United the result of which lite .
Beach)) where
States, the famed "Dummitt (may: be seen running about his present eommiisloncr -
Grove", which gave birth to the place, with complexions of a chairman Joe Wtck' '
Indian River Citrus industry, and co<.rmicrWir between. charcoal Band Festival ham if rctuing. 'Robert; North' t
cult, of Satellite
'T Guy M.
e+ preserved the Florida. craves following 'an1 (tnalk""
Brcwtlar of Eau
GaJIie RobertA
a devastating freeze M n 1 About eight years after his ,
Immmitt Grove has been producing it v1 V r11 > death, the Dummitt Grove became Sett| of Eau Gallle and Roy

citrus products Inre 1828 4' shrouded In t curious (glam Warner of Melbourne seek the
or 1832 (there.is a conflict In ; ; hi.ac hi. or and became because of this Democratic nomination and the
Here right to face Milton McGrath of 1
those dates) glamour, more and more famous. Draw 1,200
The grove acquired the title of f'or a sum of $30,000, the grove lau Gallic (the only Republican
"ol ebt'" 'when the big freezes of fell Into the hands of an Italian candidate,

1835 and again in 189493: wiped with the doubtful title of "Duch- Incumbent Supervisor of Reg-

out the old established groves of v sI ess di Castelluclo". Tituxvlllu's Gibson High event i I. scheduled for 8pm.; lutrution Democrat Mrs. Edna S.
North Florida The Fish grove In In an article appearing In the! School ill play host to its lint with -each band being allotted Curlils of Titusville drew four

St. Augustine, reported to have .' r Titusville "Florida Star" of April District Band festival on Saturday right minutes for its p dor. opponents George W. Doug

been producing citrus since 1579 __ ., 20, 1881 the Duchess dl Castcl when some 1,200, participating manes at 9.24 p.m, followed by las of Merritt Island and Clifford -
and others like It, were destroyed u.' lucio, supposedly the former Jennie students' will be here. Monroe and Stone Bands. A, Carlin of Merritt Island
leaving the Dummitt Grove to FADED GRANDEUR' The once proud dows have been broken, doors torn off, Anhouser, daughter of the St According to band director general admission fee of 25c for the Democratic/ side and Sally

be the "father" of Florida citrus. Villa di Casteltucio, .or Dummitt Castleas matches and cigarette stubs may be seen Louis beer baron, wrote, "It was Eugene Scott, this Is the llth studints and SOc for adults will Warren of Eau Gallle and
This grove once covered 3,000 it is locally known, has almost been reduced lying around on the board floors. One of an orange crown: here (at Dum annual band festival of DistrictIII >> be charged, for the marclunjcoh Barbara Johnston of Cocoa

acres, a part of which still pro to shambles by vandals who have these could easily send the ancient house mitt), and eaten in Jacksonville and ho and members of the :petition. All friends are: Beach on the Republican side.
duces excellent citrus gruit.: access to the unguarded mansion Win up in flames.-(S-A Photo). See IS PROUD On. Page 2 .
attend this AUld -
Gibson band invite anyone interested urged to gala entertaining And for the first time In the

to attend any of the demonstration of memory of a number of old tim

YMCA Elects Feeney Seeking Commission Post !sessions. marching by the finest high ers, the office of County Surveyora

Clowns Will HighlightBig Twenty bands will participate school bands In Central Florida. non paying Job with little, if
jij follows Band Directors: Richard Brownof any, official cap.clty-Ia being
F. Bob form office because of its extreme :
( ) Feeney,
and William Sullivan
Mcintosh As Clan D Lincoln park of Monroo sought by three men, Incumbent
er president of the Whispering importance: in the proper grow Clcimont, Howard Academy of nf Stone have extended their C C Jobe, Merritt Island Dem-

Carnival Saturday Hills City Council, has announced th of our county and my sincere Ocala and Drew High of Winter full cooperation to Band Director ocrat Is faced by Democrat
belief that our county govern Eugene Scott of Gibson In Arthur Steinman of Melbourneand
First ChairmanThe ; his candidacy for the Demo Cat'den.
would benefit if of the
ment one and enth William E, Powell
cratic nomination for Class C Belleview.Sanies of rccuring the support Eau
Clowns will be In noisy evidenceIn to 09. County Commissioners was experiencedin uslasrn of their communities inextending Guile Republican.
Titusville Saturday as the And members of the PTA say Commlssl.jner, District No 1. Cape activities and the needsof : Ui lie view, Phyllis Wheulley of
provisional Board of Managers Apopka, Chisholm of New true Brevard County Even one post on the Board of
toy view Elementary School that there is a big surprise in Mr Feeney hass been a residentof the missile workers.
hospitality to th'bitln,: Public Instruction got three
: candidate
of the local Y.M.C.A. met Sm>'rna, Mills of Webber,
Parent.Teacher Association sponsors store for those who are early Titusville and a Cape worker "If elected. I have decided to bond and spectators. *-another unusual occur-
at the Citizens Bank Monday since 1059{ HP and his wife and Klisimmce: of Klsslmmec, B. T
the area's biggest spring birds>> or on time at carnival In Dktrict.4 Melbourne
and devote anc, (
resign>> my position Washington of Inverness, Gen. Principal F E. Williams re
night. Dr Alvin Kahn, chairman carnival In school history in the opening time. They won't say five children live on Overlook ares) Democrat Incumbent John
full time to the Commissioner'sjob. R. E. Leo of Wildwood, Grooms ports that the students, faculty,
of the Nominating Committee, area. whet it Is, but Just advise every Terrace The responsibilities, authority Academy of Sanford and bard boosters of Gibson F Turner Sr of Melbourne is

presented a slate of nominees, Starting at 3 p.m. and running one to crowd up the corners of "I am running for this public and expenditure of mil- Class CC Gibson of Titusvlllc. School are all working togetherto faced/ by Rudi C Oudshoff another -
and the following!: officers were Washington Avenue the Melbourne Democrat, and
until dark, the carnival will lions of tax dollar each year Euclid of DeLand, Euttis make this Festival>> an over..
elected: be held on the grounds and inside Bayview School and keep an Morley Heads Area certainly require a full time Vocational of Eustis Stone of whelming success. Jean Avery Fisher, Melbourne

Bert Mcintosh, Chairman of of Bayview School, whichis eye peeled. Holland CampaignCharles Commissioner as opposed to part Melbourne, Monroe of Cocoa Beach Incumbent Republican.Republican County
the Board Keith Robeson, First in the downtown time service those who have
; located area. This can be a family affair by und Hungerford of Eatonvlllc- Commissioner Richard Muldrewof
Vice Chairman; Reverend Ed- The featured attraction will be the Cray: Ladies offer free babysitting tu run their own business Class II Campbell Street Yes Thai Zone ) Melbourne Is faced by Democrat

ward W Norman, Second Vice the Cape Canaveral Clown Club, / service in one of the 1'rr 41 yean of age, have a High of Daytona Beach and Car- Michael J. Doran, al'o of
Chan man; Mrs. Robert Lehman, which will give several shows classrooms for all children under formal education in government, ver Heights: of Lcesburg. Melbourne In the race for District
Secretary; and Vernon Jansen, and visit around the carnival in Meet Is
three years of age they know ..v have been a long time workerin Class A Jones High:! of Tonight 3.
Treasurer. between shews.; all those older than that can the Democratic party, and Di Iindo: Dr. Norman Rice Cocoa Dem.
Committee chairmen
Membership, appointed Ray. C.- These' clowns have been'If have a lot of furs have served in public office. In The 1,200 participating students Oppi, w* goofe'd! crat, has drawn opposition In "il',

Winstead were:, Jr Program, Dr. B.Id. featured attraction of the last addition I have had manage will begin arriving at 8:30: It has happened before and it bid fur re-election to the school

Olwm; and; Business and Flounce three Christmas parades in Ti Parkway Advanced ment, contracts, purchasing and s.m. Saturday. Breakfast will will probably happen again board from District 2. Robert H.
Vernon Jansen.In tusville: and travel throughout construction experience In my be served In the school cafe- the gremlin crept Into print on Carroll also a Cocoa Democrat
Florida to entertain the young Band Sets ConcertThe work history, These qualifica- forlorn starting at 7 a.m. Monday and listed the City faces Rice

other business, the Board and old alike. Parkway Junior High Sat FIENEY On Page 2 The schedule: of events will get Planning and Zoning Boards\ R. A. Cutter. Democratic memo
voted to conduct a sustaining Other features of the carnivalwill underway at 8 seine following meeting for last night instead>> of bee of the Canaveral Port Authority .
membership drive to acquire School."Advanced" band will ,; tonight in District. 2 Tltuivlu b.
be movies and cartoons, a' r :oj a meeting of the' Band Directors e
charter memberships for the complete country store comic present Us annual Spring OKI : The program for the day It 1 II to .be hold tonight, starting has William II. lark: Tltuiviin

"V'. and! set the regular monthly photos taken and such eventi cert this Friday, in the Parkway ,. will be: divided into two main at 7:?9 p.m. ?ire are 'several Republican, a* an opponent
meeting night of the Board as the ; ai re,zon< matters to b. Roderick S. Mclvrr' necklet*:*
at a cake % alk, penny pitch, Cafetorium. The event will .. parts one to be held at t the ng rtijlidcrrd
second Monday in each month fish pond berry tree, space begin at 8 p.m. j ..,.. 4iafWi ..". ,. school, and the other: at Bras) along with a tentatlv'tplat Democrat on the Port Authority
Present at the meeting: were base bean begs, sponge throw, i ''' Fh'Id. and several parking plans. has Doa Heanty. RockleJga Republican
Board Members: Bert McIntosh, aaucers. A variety of marches, overture J. Morley a former as an opponent. '
Keith Robeson, Reverend Edward clown ring toss, flying *, and descriptive novelties, member of the Titusville city i from 8 '.m. to C p.m., all TM smiles of the day were
will to
There be plenty eat -
W Norman, Robert Lehman, Cokes including the selections to bo council and popular owner of the ( activities will take place on the Rotary Club Sets reserved for a sextet of county
Mrs. Robert Lehman, Vernon colon candy snow cones placed at the district band Western Auto Store in downtown ichool campus. These will in- Election
contest >> .., --- Thursday officials who t'rew no opposition
Jansen, Dr. Alvin Kahn Dr. and coffee, hot dogs, hamburgers, elude: concerts, twirling.solj and /
next month, will be featured Titusville. has been named North at all and art therefore, almost
)fra, B. M. Olson, Rita Novotny, sandwiches, pics, etc. by the concert band. Brevard campaign manager fur ensembles, and sight reading. Tilusville Rotary' Club will assured of re-nomination and re
Reverend Arnold Clause, Rev There will be a ferris wheel U. S. Senator Spessard HolUnd All of these events will be open hold the annual election of election.

erend Joseph Boatwright Dr. pony rides and a train ride all One of the highlights'will bed Morley Is a director of Citizens tll! the public without charge members cf )She board of directors Then are County t Judge Virgil

Claude Godwin, and Dr. W. G. from Florida Wonderland.An the newly organized dixieland Bank, past president of the with the exception of sight read- during tomorrow's luncheon B. Conkllng. Circuit Court Clerk,
Young. Visiting the meeting was auction will be conducted combo which will be featured. Chamber of Commerce, past 61-- ng&:. Gibson School Band and will meeting at Whispering Hills Curtis R. Barnes, Tax CollectorJ

J. O. Sharpe, who was a and there will be a group of midway in the program. chairman of the area lancer : perform In concert at 2.39() p,m. Country Club. D Nash Si, Tax Assessor
guest of Reverend! Boatwrlght. door prizes. There will be {no I< admission drive pall president of the Rotary The second part of the Festival 'The" rev club officers Clark Maxwell, Court of Record
A meeting of the Business and It's not just for the kids charge but a freewill offering Club and a member of the is comprised of marching presldl'nt'iee.preaident, sccre- Judge Thorns 1 Waddell Jr:

Finance Committee followed the the sponsors guarantee there whit be taken during the inter- American Legion and Elks tan,! ,:emoiiMrations. and will taj and treasurer will b* and Small Claims Court Judge

meeting of the Board. will l be fun for all fxoin one mission. Lou.e. F (Bob) r.ny i'II lulu at Bras. Field! This Idutl.d ty the board Cecil: R\Hl r.r .

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I Tlfusvllle (Florida) Star Advo -

Is Proud Old THS Swimmers Lose Terrier netters swept throughthe doubles to win an DeLand.easy 6.1 tennis

; singles matches in 5.0 style victory over r

here yesterday and then split the Dictcrle edged Partin 9-T after

Dummill Castle Cocoa Hlgh'i strong swimming D. Vick (CO), 2. S. Paul (C), 3. 200-yard medley relay 1. holding a 7-3 lead at one time,
teimi spashed to easy wins over Boyd (T). 'Time: 3:24.: Cocoa (Fountain, Burdin, Hutchinson an (T). Time: 1:18.2.: Wessinger got Crumley 8-4, Stur-
the Titusville High tanksters here Diving 1. Dckle (C), 2. Bell Kirk), 2. Titusville. Time: 400-yard freestyle 1. Hepburn chio took Herr 8.6, Mathison

Doomed Forever! yesterday. (C). 2085.: (T), 2. Allbright (C), 3. Fulton blanked Crum 8.0 and Poole took
Coach Sue Thomas' girls opened 100-yard butterfly 1. D. Vick 200-yard freestyle 1. HepburnT (C). Time: 5041.: Wise 8.4 !in the singles matches.
t1ir'ea their meet with win over the (C), 2. Carlson (T), 3. C. NickelsC ( ), 2. Muilon (C), 3. AlltrtEht 100-yard breaststroke 1. Hutchinson Mathison and Walding won over
(Continued From Page 1)) Cocoa girls in the 200-yard medley ). Time 1:25.2. 8.5 in
( : : (C). Time: 2:22.2.: : (C), 2. Kellar (T), 3. Herr and Cruhi\ their
that Induced: < ?, this property, as I found It first place after that and drop (C), 2. Wood (C), 3. MathenyT 2. Smith (T), 3. Knox (C). Time: 200-yard freestyle 'relay 1. Sturchio dropped! their doubles tuParlln
in the same delicacy of flavor, ped a 71.23 meet. ( ). Time: 1:08: .9. 256. Cocoa (Burdin Kirk, King, and Crumley.The .

'fibre, and color as those eatenin ( Mare Hepburn was the only 100-yard oacfcstroke 1. Miller 200-yird individual medley 1. Browne), 2. Titusville. Time! : victory gave tne Terriersa

Egypt, and I at once thought first place winner for Coach (T), 2. NichOls (C), i Paul (C). Workman (C), 2. Ingram ((1)), 3. 1:48.: 40 mark for the season.
'that, perhaps where such an orange Larry Monhollon's boys team. Time 1:29.2.: Fulton (C). Time: 2:326.: .

grew, a similar climate Hepburn matched Cocoa's Work- 40o-yard free style I. Gold. Diving 1. Harris (CI) 2. i.
with two victories in the
.aught be found, and I am ha pry man meet. The fine Terrier took tMfl<<; camp) (C), 2" King (T), 3. Baugh. Mark (T), 3. Springer (C). KELLER MUSIC COMPANYOn
:.to say I have not been mii- er (C). Time: 609.: 100-yard butterfly 1. MullonC
token 200 yard free style In 2:22.2: and
then knocked a full two seconds 100-yard breaststroke 1. Dcklc! ( ), 2. Austin (TI), 3. Knox (C1.) Melbourne Causeway Indlalantlc
= "The Duke la delighted with the r elf the record in the 404f (C), 2. Jay (C), 3. McCarthy (T). Time: 1:23.4.:
. : 11C TIG' pool
strove and the climate. He has Time: 1329.: PIANOS & HAMMOND ORGANSNEW
.. yard free style with a 5041.: 100-yard freestyle Workman
Commenced Improvements on a .., .,IJo. Score of the boy's meet wat 200-yard freestyfe' relay l 1. (C), 2. Ingram (T'), 3. Herrta USEDtltU4VILL6
'-grand scale erection villa
of ,
two: stories with an attic, seventy a 332.. IGirls' Cocoa (Wood' Rmgo. WillIe Hen- (C). Time: 581. CALLS MRS. MORLEY, AM MttlAfter 7 P.M.
: Results: V200yard dry), 2. Titimille. Time: 2135.: 100-yard backstroke 1. Foun- INDIALANTIC CALL MRS. HAMACHER-, PA 14340
-feet front of pure Italian design. --.-..",-. _. .---:-.._...._ -'0' .. _.. ". Boys' results: tain (C), 2. Smith (T), 3. Buchan-
." medley relay _____u __ ___ ____ __ ____ __ _______
w The house has many room, TEMPORARY OFFICE Of1< BANK The Brevard National Titusville (Miller McCarthy, I
most of them octagonal (in Bank, which will have a new building In the Indian Lang, P. Morton) 2. Cocoa. Time: TWELVE YEARS IN THE SAME LOCATION BREVARD'S OLDEST HOTPOINT DEALERS

shape, with the exception of a River Plaza later this year, will have a temporary office 2:39.3.: -
rectangular reception room and open to serve its customers near the first of April. At 200-yard free style 1. Golan
:Billiard: room. This odd form of this office all banking services will be offered. It will camp (C), 2. Ross (C), 3. Mel z E ATWHl1AKER
-architecture lessened exposure topjales be open 9.2 daily and 4-7 on Friday nights. Shown aboveis drum (T). Time: 2:50.2.: H

and hurricanes. George E. Sullins, executive vice-president, right, as 50-yard free style 1. S. VickC ELECT INC. We Give
( ), 2. A. White (C), 3. Matheny
Built From Shipwreck he shows Julie Sellers the model of the building which I
A'iT The will be built in about (T). Time: 29,52fm i
house was built of timberffroni six months. Julie will serve as I
a ship that went aground secretary at the office.-(S-A Photo). --yard individual medley 11 j TOP

-war Daytona Beach. Ship beams -------J; h My
""Jt ave as the corner upright and False Alarms Keep

MM sidings for two narrow spiral FEENEY Mrs. Killles T ) VALUESTAMPS
;::!ircases, winding to the attic Many Busy Tuesday 14 l t: illillJ QJ.! [p;
-floor (Continued From Pane 1)) False alarms were flyln} lI
= The villa remains today one of Dies MondayMrs. everywhere yesterday and caused -, VALUES !
-the unique landmarks of the FlorAda tiers ideally fit the require. the law enforcement bodies of
East Coast. Then it ments Of the County Commissioner's -
was a Mildred KItties, 78, nativeof North Drevard and the Mims M
paradise to the Duchess, who in job. 9C ;
Fire Deportment plenty
Titusville, died Monday at her
thai "Florida Star" article acid "Pill Walker Is my campaign trouble plus endangering property
-*'The Neapolitans say 'Naples la treasurer and the Citizens Bank home In Hollywood after a long find lives.
:21 bit of paradise fallen from of Titusville has been designatedas Illness. She was horn here April r SELECTIVE LOADS P112POUND
.bovo'. If this Is true, ceitainly: campaign depository." 8, 1887 and was a Baptist. Chief Deputy Clyde Bates of MIXED _
2: bit of the same paradise has my Sheriff Leigh Wilson's Depart W S' Typical14 ". Mind Family", IN.-t table in.I 2 DOOR 0
> cloth.53-,0. 1 table cloth 40"a 40' :
fallen on our Indian River But Mr. Feeney graduated from Survivors are one son, J. H. ment, said today that these false k g E A 2 asys' tshids 5 womon''',dr,, s 1msn'amlrte n
:Evidently a storm cloud/ hovered the University of Iowa In 1949, KittIes Jr. of Ft. Pierce; one nlarms are ". extremely ... I 4dnhtowts abws'ahlrta' SCindkrchafs 2nghtgowns 12-I-I-ofp. ',H;

ever this "paradise" for I legend majoring in government Priorto daughter! : Mrs. Gladys Hagan of dangerous and the persons in 2 womln'l blow, 1 m.n'twshurt" 2 mw'atndsnhlrts .01dishcloth
coming to this area he was 1nairesna Marls 2paif"
:fills us the Duke and Duchess Oak Hill; two brothers, Norris volved might be responsible at socks 1 child'i pl.YIUII 2 child' buy 0.0" z; :
employed, es a cost engineer In destruction 7 drl..11 1 mln'l.horl-Ihorl I''W''
and those misunder- time with the + U
some ChOd9 +s
Sarrelled! construction and as a plant sup and Calvin Flood of Titusvilte; ( of UIOIdllllltd In oar book.) d'hC IQS' SIr 3 I
led to the of
; partitioning one sister, Mrs. Delia Myers of property or ,
oef the house; one side for the erintendent for a munitions Titusville; one foster son, Calvin Smith Ambulance received a !
firm. He is a veteran of three
and the other for the DuchMS
Flood of the U.S. Navy; sit call yesterday about 2:30: p.m.
" and it remained that fur years service in the Pacific In
way serious wreck
grandchildren and 10 great concerning a Lde4e1r
Several years. World War II. grandchildren. north of Scottsmoor. Two ambulances IT'S OHWHEELS I
:The great house has lived lie was a member of the executive were dispatched as was -0lcE y, I
through many tenants since It3fss committee of the Will Funeral services will be held at Trooper Conners Of the Florida E

:: sold by the widowed Duchws County, Illinois Democratic< ' in 1892 and the Committee Democratic with Rev. Joseph Booty/right of A
owner today ; could be found.
:3S: the United States government, Committeeman of the 375li; Sun; the First Baptist Church of Mims Shortly afterward, the Mims 14 WASHER Rolls out I
"WhIch the land for its rind President officiating. Interment will be In
acquired ; of the Will Cu- received call I '
Fire a to
Department s
LaGrange Cemetery with Smith .. for J
moon port. testy Democratic Club; President 2 r easy
that a brush fire was endangering ,
Funeral Home In charge.Congrcssionuk 0
So, to the Dummitt Grove and
t the
of Young Democratic
to be
a home, also reported
jEe Dummitt Castle, we rauit, 9rganiatlon I of County; in the Scottsmoor area, but this o io'' cleaning, b
jmd jeM1"Ihe credit refurnishing for excltJllh of history citrus i --.1. I rtcjl ,. Chairman of the .. too, turned cut. to.r be a false- N sweeping &1 .

proves I i not only in the Indian he,8,10( feared someone woyklaccidenialiy Young Democratic Organization ujarm.
set fire to it. of the 15th Congressional District Bates warned Jbose persons w waxing!'
Slvcr( country but to a large ex4tnt .
,.the whole state as well. (Portions of the above article of IllinoiJ.! : who turned in tndse calls, bjr 9 0 "1

::R ck to our original story were direct Quotes from "Flor He is currently employed as a anyone contemplating false orn u
pangler has come up with some'' ida's Golden Sands" by A. J. and purchasing agent at Cape Ken alarms! they are subject becausd
Timcrete plans for moving the Kathryn Hanna and from the nedy involved in the procurement rest and imprisonment ----- FULL-WIDTH sa ,

Eaatle< Intact, to Titusville. Dec. 6, 1955 75th Anniversary Edition of millions of dollars of "they arc definitely against the .. w PORCELAIN "
of The Slar Advocate. ,, _,' I- .
1C1hls eager young man has re- ) materials and services. law, he said. -'"
j ivad a commitment from atecat > !! MODEL CTA512 CRISPER! t'I1 (
house moving specialist, to a ... !: all MNE1U-10UJ OUT rOR EAST ttUNIKg( i!=
..I-I-I.-.L. '
Jbove.the old castle, at very little Chambers JewelersJewelry cq "'LfLUU ;' FEATURES b ?-:f[FITS SMALLEST &1
net: by barge from its historic 89-lb freezer. KITCHENI &' ::
testing! place. For the sake of expense FOUNTAIN FILTER -
of The Batter Kind WASHING AnION 16.3 sq. ft shelf area
it must have a location ''Ie
SJte on the river according to DUAL liNT fILTER e Magnetic doors' = Full fealuradl
Bpangler l where it can be moved Separate butter bin
j Jjthout the expense of cutting ALL PORCELAIN A
power lines and holding up traffic o ;
!ltd the other obstacles encountered ., BEAUTIFUL SILHOUETTE SlnJNC :I '1

in moving it upon the high. r. Price On 12 Ft. CombInation
)Says.Epangler. t"
and friend, George i Start
Barley, presented this project tofity r W : BACKED It HOTPOINT'J At $,219 70 ,
councilmen In a work es- WRITTEN 90.DAY REPLACEMENT

Con at city hall yesterday, and Franciscan China (Close Out tUMANUE OF SATISFACTION WIT S
!rangier! requested the city to LW470
provide, the land for the re- w
,tacatlon of this house, some of NOW PRICED BELOW COST! BULOVA All Porcelain 5! 1

tie shrubbery and original trees. 5PC. PLACE SETTINGS GOLDEN t "
Spangler pointed out that this HARVEST BAVARIAN CHINA $$74.95 j i
; would cost the city RADIOS
4 ONLY Was $132.00 NOW
has p' CALLS
itpthing, as he acquired the $5 j'
necessary funds for moving and Rag. $19870 )

will use available county equipment 06 $29.95$ Start At. ONLY .
"All I want from you, 5-PC. PLACE SETTINGS OF DRESDEN . r'w
gentlemen, Is a place to put it FLOWERS BAVARIAN CHINA $$39 95 I -

and It must be on the water." He'! 4 ONLY -,Wai $72.00 . NOW $$19.95 > 0 ",
suggested that Sand Point, city- $J0.00 e
owned property just off the causeway
: CLOCK RADIO Aflenlion:1::1//
would be an Ideal location I I5.PC. i :
far the house. PLACE SETTINGS OF DOVER. \ 0

W'I believe this could be a terrIfic TUSCAN FINE' CHINA $$2995Discount )r 330.00 $$19.95 APARTMENT .

tourist attraction," Spnngler 4 ONLY -'Was $52.00 ? NOW w ,
emphasized, "and the Sand Point '
area would be strategically Incited ALL SETTINGS OPEN STOCK a OWNERS "Fferscmol; ;

for tourist traffic." S

bjr When one of councilman the restoration question about and was the upkeep rutted expense $ Prices On Many Other Hems! Repossessed Portable 5 .

on the "villa", Spangler inform- Save On Men's Ladies' Watches! ILJ
cJ them of the Indian River Cit And UsedAppliances --- -
res League's offer to finance that. LOTS OF 1-Gents Lord Elgin 23-J 14k Case Reg. $195. Now $125 m

part of the re-location. CRYSTALSALAD 1-Gentt Lord Elgin 21414k Case Reg. $100. Now $70 2 17i
|'Spangler told the council he
would Investigate further and 1-Gents Diamond Hamilton 14k Case-Reg $175. Now $125 1GHrrSr: BRIGHTEST BEST IJ

check with the State Road Department 1-Gents Hamilton Electric Reg. $125. Now $75 0a', Refrigerators '
on property It own! on PLATES Jint 12po'ndSof".lSurt.This CeII..1 Electric puts a perfect Of count This treat t:
l-Gent Hamilton Electric smarttys' 'led lightweight is new
Reg. $100. Now $65 Divligtit Blue picture Into .
a Idea ass .
Sand duigned -I .
point Ct.
and his by
report finding rtHly portal*-Inrlr itiMint. neat 60 inches : wgi-
nuart ((11
back to the council. Below Cost 1-Ladies Gruen Y.G. Reg. $82. Now $50 4W Ranges Washers DM it anywhere aid wywlwrak, d,"J.. Irinp fou t brighter i I ; j ponmts noels t for, assembled VOU. Tin with finest modern set"..- x: r.
Inside or outs takes
littli /
Mayor Ed Kitties stated he was ever j rilubl electronic 0
1-Ladies Gruen Y.G. Reg. $71.50 Now $50 table space inn 'jrow tiKptone' ".'L wiring. .
definitely; ( for the re-location of 4
the historic "castle", and Councilman I-Ladles Embraceable Gruen Y.G. Reg. $75. Now $50 N PRICED I E LOW ;
Ed Willis indicated he BIG SAVINGS ON -

too, was behind the move. Other FOSTORIASTEMWARE I
Diamonds & Diamond Watches
cojjncilnxn reserved their backIng -

of the project until the question 1 Carat Diamond Solitaire Ring Reg. $800. Now $475 ; d
of exact site could be established. WHITAKER ELECTRIC Inc.
52.Pc. Set 2 1-Carat Dinner Rings Reg. $500. Now $350 !
Spangler pointed out that the Service For 8 ,

decision should be made soon, Gorham Silver Plate You Save At This Spring Clearance Sale! 32S South Washington AT*. (Downtown TltuSTllle) t
since the castle stands unguarded Waa NOW Phone 267-0611
and vandals are slowly destroying $91.50 PIRTLE PLAZA




f Wednesday- March 1 II, 1M4 Tltujvlll(Florida)Star Advocate Fate 3 these talent efferlirivIn" life child! rrMf'nf.rtlrforVf'd !small air HAPPY BIRTHDAY -" Big Revenue Boost y

pllules as favors
Mims Birthday Party Thursday, March 19 Linda Hendrix .. Sales tax revenue in Brevard
Happenings Mr and Mrs. Puke Marion of Mrs. David Monk and Mrs Joseph MatQS during February showed a *68
r Uobb Trailer Park gave a Andy Anderson helped serve Irwin Owen Simmons Sr. Lorry Webster per cent increase this year over
1 ; for their son, Mrs. Ed Osteen Edwinm Rinehart last Kit a It& per rent decrease!
birthday party ice" cream: and cake and candy
Fire Dept Auxiliary Will MeetBy Duke, on Saturday, March Nth Easter eggs to the following: Mrs Mrs Dub Alan Allen lUnkson\ Friday Mated 29 trim January. ItFebruJry 4 j
It was a big day for Duke. Tax r..vt'Itft
Jan and Ja>'la Jackson! Mike Tommy Courle
was 10 years old and this wa Walton: Gardner totaled SS'>:>.38a rm pared to
Mrs Gladys McLtndon Attend Educational Meeting Gifted Child Education with the really his first big party The and Alan Haun. David, Douglas D Wa>n. Adams only $339784 in Frtt ary last
AM 7.1248 Friday night; March 12th, U S. Office of Education, was children watched ai he opened Lisa and Mike Monk Jerry andJ gifts but were unable to attend lillian Drtnres] Morgan 'fO"r The January: total vial
Auxiliary Meeting Mrs Betty Bradley curriculum guest speaker Dr. Bryan gavea and admired his lifts Maynard, Wally Fritze Glenn E. KmekrehmDollic StJl',2Z6.,
fho Firairmn Auxiliary will! coordinator at Slims, and( Mrs. wry interesting talk and said Comes and contests were big Dabney, Danny and Pidge Mae AIiCtSatlrday. G !s!Ielin" tax:: rr venue in the
hold its monthly meeting on Doris Boynton, attended the the final evaluation of the Education events Allen and Mike Haun Rouser" Maurice and Jake Anderson Personal March 21 iminrv t t".ali: d S452821 In the
March 19th at the Fire Station Volu li County Board of Education of any student, particularly LIss Monte, Wally Fritz, Jerry George Donnell Chris Mrs F.I:zabeth Clippard of Earnest H Grincr ctuntv in; J'"b ary :. gain of 28
at 8:00 p.m. All Firemar meeting held in the Ocean the talented ones are: 1. aid Jo Maynard were lucky Webb Nancy Richmond Kathy Charlc:tte. N (' I visiting her Kenneth! Howe F:, : cot: '11 cr the $351.935 in in
wh'ee are Invited to attend and Room at the Daytona Plaza Disciplined Mind 2. Sensitive winners each winning prizes. and Jimmy Gokee and Duke's daughter: and eondn.law. Mr Mrs Omer Jackson! F,brvar i 11; A year and 10 percent "
become members of the Auxiliary Hotel. Heart, 3, Transparent soul and The pre Easter motif was car Later Twinkle Marion Janice .and Mrs Duke Marlon, and Bill Starrick hither' th'n: the $411.122 in
Dr. Ned Bryan, consultant for; 4, Ability and knowledge to \Use tied out In decorations Each Walker and Janice Weed sent family Daisy Bernheisel January: r
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.. .Tltvtvlll, .(Florida) Stir .Advocate W.dn March II, 1H4 Violet Hughlett -

." Circle Mrs J. Meets 0 Hamm was hostellto 1"- 'round town .t-.1:

the Violet Hughlett Circle 0 ,
the First Methodist Church or
/ iVItA Netoe And Notes Thursday evening.
tin/ carl&on'
Barbara (
of NortA Bretiard Phon 267-3994 ..1
The meeting was opened with I

usedin at Parkway Junior High .,,,\ :
devotional by Mrs Bruce J Mrs. Tom Watts was the graci other floral arrangements

Snyder. The program was en ous hostess of a benefit bridge the decor Titusvillo High are Invited (fp
titled: "Jesus Seen Pontius attend a meeting tonight at ; 30 .1:
/ as by : party last Thursday evening in High bridge score for the evenIng -
- -_ Pilate," and was a monologue\ her lovely home on No. Smith was by Mrs. Coleman Burke\ p.m. in the THS Band Room (aj f

Wives Slate presented by Mrs. John Davis. Drive for members and guests who received a beautiful\ handmade the Titusville Band Parents .At.|
Jaycees On display were hospital tray of Whispering Oaks Carden black felt Bridge cloth sociation. The discussion ull I

Pot Luck Supper favors which were made by the Circle. lilmmed with four white hit center around Spring activity

circle members. The favors I Each received Irish each A prize of the two bands.
guest an cards lit corner.
Jaycees, their wives and
: will be presented to the new Hat name tag with their name for second high! was awarded to
... guests, are Invited to a Pot Luck mothers In the maternity section and a Shamrock on the hatband MM John Harrison and low Mrs Muriel Graham, a men!.

: upper Saturday, March 21 at r, of the Jess Parrish Hospital. Carrying out a St. Pat score to Mrs Dick Ruffe. Mrs. ber of Indian River City H, nie!

: 7 p.m. in the Woman' Club r .y A Utter was read from Mrs., ricks Day motif, the tallies John Day won a prize for high Demonstration demonstration Club, gave! uninteresting ,.

: Building, across from the A and Violet Hughlett who is now serving were delightful laitY green Scrabble score on)\
P Stoic Surprise entertainment In the Mission Field at, Shamrocks centered with small how to cover shoes with fabric,

: will be provided by club memo Leopoldville, In the Congo. She; er white Shamrocks printed in Mrs Marguerite I Brown, to match your new Easter this
fit of course, morning h
':.... bus. 7, v sent thanks for the gifts sent t o I green. daughter: Gretchen and Mrs. the fabric department at Bd, |.

: :. Tickets are $1.50 per couple her by the circle: and also wroteof Mrs. Watts and her co-hostesses Mildred Biuner attended the LIndsay. If you missed it this
.. her activities as a missionary. Mrs. Andrew Roman and Mutual Concert Association's
and made
reservations be
: ... may morning, there will be another
Hertzeltr Mrs. Fred W. Griffis, served production of Jose' Molina and
by calling Mrs James
It demonstration Thursday .
was announced that a Rummage bis Yt t
: Mrs. S tphcn:' Pantaro. Members Sale refreshments of hot ham, his) Flamenco Dancers last Sat.'rdtY 7:30: .
I will be held at Henessey p.m.Boeing
U p. ( attending; are asked to Hall cuits cream puffs, i night at the Cocoa Auditorium -
on April 17th from
: bring cither a hot dish, salad, or Sam. until Several candies, coffee and tea. The All three tell us they
9pm. members Wives Club: will met
: dessert t. center piece was a lovely green not only enjoyed the dancing,
I volunteered to help with and white floral arrangement Thursday at 10:30: am athe\ ,I
but the authentic costumes were
: .. Mrs Hertztl[ general chair. -- this project.! with small green tapers made "out of this world". home of Mrs. W. L Binner,

: man, announces the following PRESENTS MONEY TO CENTER The Callister, teachers at the school; Sandra The hostess, Mrs. Hamm, by Mrs. Charles Massey as were 1321 Overlook Terrace All II

1 F chairmen for the supper: Entertainment fourth year cjass at Whispering Hills Ele- Adams Laura Hudgms and Mike McNab', served: refreshments from a The Annual Spring Deanery members: are requested to bringa !:
so they
Mrs Stephen Pan. mentary School recently donated $54.07 to biuaems at Whispering Hills School. The center table decorated in the Informal Coffee Meeting of the Diocesan Council mirror In cosmetics may demonstration participate
I .6 tano; Favors and Centerpiece, the Normandy School of the North Bre- teacher of the class that made the dona'- Easter theme. of Catholic Women will beheld a
... Mrs. Earl Spencer, Door Prize, For NewcomersThe by Mrs. Robbie Weisuman ,
yard Rehabilitation Center. Shown aboveare tion is Mrs. Don
Thompson.-S-A( Photo .
Mrs William; Clark; Phone Committee ) Those present were Mrs. Dale Thursday in Daytona A cohered dish luncheon will be ,
6' : from left;'Frieda Neas and Louise Me- Newcomers Club of Ti- Beach beginning with Mass at
toI.... Dale Freeman, Custer, Miss Mamie Love Mrs tusville will have an informal servt-d at noon. Co-hostess for
I Mrs Donald Heacock, Mrs. Ernie Brown, Mrs Cary Leonard St Brendan's Chureh, Ormond the event Is Mrs J. A. Kinnun- ,\
a Douglai Ahrtns, Mrs. James F'Ht ;,'.... ;;'f'tT.. t Couples Bridge Club Mrs. John Davis, Mrs Robert toffee Thursday, March 19, Beach at 9:00: a,m. followed by en For information, phone ,,1
,. .t .. 9:30 a.m., at the home of Mrs.
3 Lovan and Mrs. Thced I I"t.. registration and light breakfast. Mrs. Benucr at 267-4232
Henry r >.,..\ ot. Of Gateway WWThe Carpenter, Mrs. Trimble, Chcs.cr: Smith, 2764 Country business will
t The Jaycee Wives Club of TI. ,' ,I':' t Mrs. Harry Siemen, Mrs. Wiley Morning session
: Lane, Country Club Heights.
: .. tusvillp meets the second Tuesday ., ,,, II;. I. Couples Bridge Club of t Fisher, Mrs. Leonard Caudle, This is a get acquainted: coffee be held ft the Riviera Motel and Enjoying a short visit with
will of
Include oral
: of each month. The purpose : : : tl: : '" t; :.: Gateway Welcome Wagon Club and Mrs. Bruce Snyder. for members, newcomers and an report Mrs Nola Peele the other day
of Ihe club is to assist( the Jay. met fur its regular session last guests group events by all 34 affiliation Nola graciously consented to
: : 'i 'll The next meeting of the Circle presidents! In the area. Mrs
: with their .
cees piojccts. f. I Friday night at Town Restaur play the musical score for tile
: Ii" ant, with eight! tables attending. will be at the home of Miss Jaycees Wives Club James D. brown, president of Miniature First Nighters music .,
The local in
Jaycees are now .1 -", xl" The hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Mamie Love, 300 S. Washington St. Teresa's Catholic Woman's
: ;the process of building their of C' ,- A' Benefit Bake SaleMrs. al production coming up this
Cecil Bently and Mr. and Mrs. Ave. Club, is planning to attend along
a clubhouse and money ralsei ': II. summer, fur some of the adult
: from the supper will be used to :.\, :.j Joe Mathcny, carried out a St. Stephen Pantano announced with Mrs- Carl Signorelli and members of the group. Nola is

help furnish the kitchen supplies Patrick's Day theme, with ap- Newcomers Club that the Jaycee Wives Mrs peGerald. an accomplished pianist and the

i and materials for draperies propriate cookies and cupcake, Enjoys HayrideA Club benefit Bake Sale will beheld music was so beautiful, we all "
which the !guests helped themselves on Saturday, March 28 at All parents of band students hated to leave.

: All Jaycee wives wishing more to during the evening.. hayride was enjoyed by the Pirtle Plaza from 9 a.m throughthe -

information on the club are invited .Y In tallying scores in this couple Newcomers Club Saturday day

: to call Mrs. Vern. Cannon, I: group, husbands and wives night All Jayceevives to NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP :
March 14, at Econ Riding wishing
: piesident, AM 5033.. stores are added together\ for
Stable donate baked goods or candyare Augies ENCHANTED MIRROR ; '
awarding: of prizes, Highest ; \:
LW.M.LOfGoodShepherd 'rte score was awarded to Mr. and j The ride, followed by refre h. asked to contact Mrs. Pan- Big Apple Plan .4y, ,',

Mrs R E. Williams, other highscores ments and entertainment provided taM as soon as possible. Now Under th. Ownership of i tw I
To Meet al to Mr. and Mrs. D. E.Darnhart. by The Econ Stable, was enjoyed The Jaycee Wives Club of Titusville FAYE PARNELL. Mgr.OwnerFEATURING
the will furnish the new I
: The quarterly meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Bill following: Jaycee Clubhouse with kitchen '
Mr. nnd Mrs. Glen Crow, Mr.
Dolling, Mr. and Mrs. Charl
Lutheran Women's supplies and HAZEL LOGGINS and
: Missionary draperies. The NAOMI PARMER
NASA DANCE- NASA Annual Dance will be held es Klemschmldt and consolation and Mrs. Dick Serra, Mr. and
League will be held on Thuis- bake sale is one of the many Senior Operators

: day evening, at 8 o'clock in the Saturday night March 21, at the Moose Lodge on U. S. prize Bentley t tll< Mr and Mrs. Cecil{ Mrs.henry Dean Elrod Broyles Mr. and, Mr Mrs and C: projects on the agenda of the Dial AM 7-5430 For Early and Late Appointments

Fellowship Hall of the Good 1 north. Shown above are,Martha Russell and Mary Dil- L. Keinschmidt, Mr. and Mrs. wives group to raise money for For The Working Girl I
The next session will be heldtho
: Shepherd Lutheran Church. this
lon, members of the club ,sponsoring the event, as they Jack Schweinsberg, Mr. and purpose.
second In
i. to Mrs.the group Lisa Simpson 8bouttliehomr will'sgeak)' di&ptay\? their(poster announcing the e1 nt.-S.A Photo. ). bo announced.Friday April Hosts, placeto for John Mrs. Don Keifer Kraft., Mr. and Mrs. ,11TltusvllU l I.
and Miss Barbara
the evening will be Mr' s
and I
: life and cutoms of the people o{ ( Henderson.
Turkey. Pakistan and Morocco. OPTIMIST CLUB r. .Mrs. Don Carl:'on and Mf 'and Wattwood Dress Shop
Mr<. M. B. Lee. !
Members are reminded to bring The next meeting of the Optimist Community
their mite boxes For any Information regarding Sew So Club Holds ,
to this
meeting& 335 South Washington Avenu
Club I is scheduled for 7:00:
please call Welcome
i. All ladies of the congregation\ Luncheon MeetingThe
and their frierds are invited to p,m. Tuesday, March 24, at theChantit'lcl1" Calendar Warn:;: Hostess, Mrs. Ruth AM 1.3818 _

attend Barnhart, 2070762. Sew So Club met at thehome
of Mrs. Leah Conley last
'I March IS8pm. J
Young Homemakek Wednesday for a coveted dish

I ROCK GARDEN NURSERY Art Club building Club Of IRC luncheon.:
!I 3225 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY Frank Dlgclow speaking on"What's present were Mrs
Frank Flake Mrs. John C.
New In Art? March 19th meetin of
SPECIAL! I flake, Mrs, Douglas Barnhart
i t lie IRC Young Homema ers
IFS Jib i Thursday, March 19 | MM R. Nelson Mrs J .E.
Club will be held at 9:30: sn at
STARTER Koon, Mrs. W. D. Wilson
9 0 Cclden Years Club, the home of Mrs. ,
in. Caye Harris,
2 $| 39 1 W, E Ziegler Mrs L. C Stew-
? Titusville Woman's Club building 1150 Thoreau St.
eel, and Mrs. Jack Miller.
I age GO or over
Each At this time the members ill| Mrs Frank Flake will be

: Peat Pots Flower Plants Ever 8 p.m. Fiends of the Library make artificial bird cages. Anyone hostess for the April luncheon.

greens Trees Vines Landscape at Titusvillo! Library, discussion wishing to attend will] bo i
Phone 247.2989IF of the book, "The La tCorflclon" most welcome.

-- -----. -- __ __ ___ h n. h _ __ ___ / by Denis Warner ,I The goal of the club this Jcar >f.
Ihe regular meeting of the
at I III each to actually meeting make The something February! Women of the Moose, Chapter : iL'

1483, was held March 11.
meeting at the home of Mrs.
Color-Splashed for Easter Mrs Vera Dillon was initiated
Agnes found the
!: Stephens members into the chapter The Mel1 .
making plastic dishes and 1
bourne chapter was present and
truys ,ut of plastic pellets.
also gave a talk and showed
Anyone wishing to join this
and colored slides of Moose Haven In
Easter-Egg Pretty group may do so by contactingthe Jacksonville.
president, Mrs. Sandy Evans
The next meeting will be held

Q You'll I! love the EASTER DRESS' 207 626S. Moose March 25 Lodge at 8.00 located p.m north at the of I i

TO LEAVE FRIDAY Mims. All members are urged //I
Mrs. Margaret Prichett of' to attend. :

you buy at. Ironwood, Michigan, who has fFIcuf'

been visiting her sister and ENGRAVED ,

brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.J. ,

i WATTWOOD'S. B. Stewart on Orange St., Wedding InvitationsFree ,

will leave for home Friday, stopping gift for just loosing at wed
in Birmingham, Alabama, ding sample book. Also announcements i
i to visit friend napkins, thank.you ,
\ And You'll a
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.' / WW Nho1 And Note1 Be sure you take advantage of M
11 NortA Brevard / this opportunity before you file your P

Seven From THS Past Chief's Club PHONE 2473530 FOR APPOINTMENT

",:; To Attend TampaDE Meets Monday NigF -- -

Conference :i Past t Chief Club of t tFylhUn t. .

,,' Seven members of the Titus Sisters met Mond t 'Qum ft
Hall with M P Yfl1s
niGht at Castle
vide Chapter Florida Association '
I.'III I Distributive Education Bert Freeman and Mrs. L -Q

If Clubs of America will leave linnet is hostesses
A chicken salad course wi
,,' Thursday to attend the 4th an ;..<'
I coffee was served, after whi SCIENCE DISPLAY Robert Lust, shown abovea
,. nual DECA State Leadership right Is
1,10. Conference to be held at the a business session was held M he proudly presented his entry for the Science Fair to Outdoor Bar-U-Oue v
Klondian Hotel: in Tampa, on- Tinned led the devotionals a be held at Melbourne this Saturday to the Titusville PTA
k March 1921 Mrs, Doris! Corbin won the m> Monday night Shown with Robert Is Frank Maitlen. i'
Pits Patios -
.:,1 cry package teacher at Titusville High Maitlen said that he Is very ?J
I j' The Titusville delegation will. Canasta was played. Tho'< proud of Robert's work and that he hopes he will bring Brick Stone Block r
travel by bus with representatives Mrs Julia Gil*$ .
present were the trophy home-(S-A Photo)
iif other Brevard County > r Mrs, Frank Clark Sr.. Mrs W FREE ESTIMATES WE'LL PLAN FOR YOU!II
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DECA Chapters and will repre B Pritcrmrd, Mrs J. E, Kool ii'.
I 0 !sent four county high schools atIlt Mrs Steve Co.trell., Mrs T CJ;\ Patrick's Day theme was usedin Corbin and Mrs. Mattie Carlile I I INSIDE FIREPLACES A SPECIALTY I
?, t the State conclave of about hYr Poppell Sr., Mrs Ted Morgan; decorations as hostesses
'", I three hundred fifty young lead Mrs Knox Thompson, Miw !Hand made linens were prizes YERGER CONSTRUCTION
',1/' ers from forty cities in Florida Cecil Nrholson! Mrs. Lacy: won by Mrs. Clark Mrs. Thompson The Titusville Star-
,,II.I. This national youth program is Ramer, Mrs Layton Corbin, Mrs. Koon and Mrs. Corbin AM 7.5728 it
II'l designed to encourage marketing Mrs\ J. C, Rogers, Miss Mary The April meeting will be held Advocate, ist 1 in circu
c7.' !: and distribution as a career Cottrell and MilS Mayme Lovf., at Castle hall with Mrs. Layton lation in Mo. Brevard Results!
Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick
I"" leadership development and an Salted nuts and drinks were
..I I Of, understanding of our free, competitive served during the game A Si
enterprise system
1\: Tllfc IKlJIT ("(" HT fly TIlE
111111 The Ti'usville' delegates and NINTH .Dllilt. ( IKdir 1IND .
'1IIf", their respective places of employment 'U"KI HKfcVlHIl; IOINT: )>
as cooperative education BROWNIES DO FOLK DANCE: Brownie in troop (p1.0511,5.'IIN<'''tRY 1'00 nlliO 1 1RKNATE Kids.
students! will be: Sharon 369 entertained their mothers with an old fashioned : ZAUARKO, Plaintiff, Hey
I,?, ,, Base, River Lanes; James Conrad Handkerchief Folk Dance during a special program recently ..vs.RODNEY'. fjJ
I 1101 1'ublix; Linda Hayes, W. at the home of their leader Mrs, Gail Looka- w ZAHAHKODefendant.. .
I I T. Grant Co; Kathy Hump- baugh. In front are Cynthia Ua\\ls, left and Cynthia X()TKK. : OV silT
hreys, Belk Lindsey Co; Vicki Lookabaugh. In center are Valyrie Shepard, left and AND COMMANDING
Amy Chaddock, Mothers watching the dance are from OFFICER '
Lee, Wattwood Dress Shop
'oj. Gene Morgan, W. T Grant Co. left Mrs. Lynn Shepard, Mrs Lookabaugh and Mrs. FORT KANSAS LfcVINWORTH Savin .s
I I I. ; Paul Chaddock. Carlson Poto. NOTICE ,In hereby .lvnn tin Ih' "SAVING SAM" WANTS ONE OF YOU lIl
1/1/I, Lynda Robbins, Winn Dixie Plaintiff RLNATE ZAHARKO has
tiled her lull for Ulvorou, cu.lo.iyof .
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'I Titutvill* (Florid) St.r.Advocat.t.lal.lhh.d the.minor children and other, mllrf
lniit the Defendant ROD
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$TOMProEM chinch 1 Tlluevllle HlarAdvoialt The Defendant I In required In file
: \,I: Ino his Answer with the Cleft of the
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TNT/ At The 5tar-Advocal.e. Circuit Court and to wrve a copythor.ol
Bugs .
Bulletin: upon the Plaintiff. Alton.e. > Giant Easter
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4AGN 85 Main Street .
,' no 1 later than April 17th 1J6I
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/ II Hudson, Seey Trese.. Attorney for Plaintiff
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Branch Our Grand Will Receive Special White and
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N Roma tluotw SparftUtar Saturday Is "Sign UpTime "

The New York Yankees havent changed in five years .- '-
and chances are, they will still be the same in another five.
They have nearly the same players with a few out- ... =

standing rookies and of course, their usual men like Mantle For Little LoopAbout MAYOR SIGNS PROCLAMATION Mayor Ed Kitties| =

the and big Maris, who draw crowds like a main attraction under and Merritt' Island National Wildlife Refuge Manage* =

top. Curtis Wilson are shown displaying material for National'I -
One thing we noticed for sure, despite Cocoa being the Wildlife Week after Kittles pro-1
spring home of the Houston Colt 45's' it appeared the Yan- half the young men of TI. League, however the Pony League )pre not assigned to either Ponyor hambra St., to the St. John's to designate Immediately Titusville's part in signed recognition.a ;j HIclamation '
tusville are expected ta flood division received their charter River. =
Little League,
kees 'competefor
brought half of Ft. Lauderdale's for may
population along National
Wildlife Week is being observed across the nation _
TaliYindge Wells Find Saturday several months ago and they positions on the Saturday and !Mrs\ Mixon also added that all
support. There enough New York fans to cheer
the Yanks forward during their last three present innings of good between 1 and 4 p.m., as registration will be under their first sanction .* iiinor league units on April 11. equipment used during the 1903 as March 1521.SA.. ( Photo). =
for the Little League ed In the past t the season mast be returned on .
hitting and when walked coming year. years Pony League tryouts will b* heldon registration ''
they up to home plate, and were f Ii'
has been organized day.
season gets underway. Pony League the softball field ndjactht tome ;
announced over> the speaker system, they always received Somewhere between 600.800 Hut not chartered. I Little League #ark. Age limit for LL is between 8 f _
warm applause.
boys are expected to reglsted for The actual tryouts for team and Tituivillc's boundaries for the and 16."The. -
Sitting In the Yankee dugout most of the time, we were little league baseball, which this boys must be 8 years of f(1o -
league assignment will be held 1.1. program will be north to LaGrange Y1 -
fortunate to grab a few words with Mantle, Maris, John year Includes a sanctioned Pony Ago before July 1, 1984 and must
i April 4, for all major leaguersand ; : St., near the Pa* service
Blanchard and even their new manager, Yogi Berra, in be- League or senior division leaguefor the league. Pays who station and south to Al- m>t have reached their inth birthday rter
tween innings. Most of the time, something would happenon the first time. pony 'In-fore August 1
the field, then it's nearly impossible to get them back Talmadge Wells Field Is located .........-...-... ........ .- .. ," she said. t ..aesy-
on the same track of conversation. on Sand Point on the north r';

Especially Mantle. He would agree to autographs occasionally side of the Titusville Causeway ..' '\ -"

but when a reporter heads in his direction, he and east of U.S. 1. ..: ,;,., .J.. :to, Three Events At t n11"=.;
changes courses like the Titan and remains silent. Shirley Mixon secretary of the ""

Before the game started, the Yank corner of the field league, said "Each boy wantingto 't ; i .!1'1.,...!
was filled and the M & M boys, (Mantle & Maris) came play in the little league pro. THS On Friday f'"'!:
gram must register and pay registration -
strolling by as if it was Sunday on the beach.
Mantle toward the crowd fees of $1.50, brina j Titusville High: athletic facilities -..
up nothing comparedto birth certificate and be accom : : .
will get a good over ,
the Series attendance, as if to "where are all the .J: -
say, people -
panied by a parent. All three are here Friday as the Terriers have .r.r ., .....
? He walked by us once and sipped a drink of water for determining the ,

versation.I from a fountain. and immediately, I tried to work up a con- necessary boys age and the registration fee ,- 1 1t scheduled meet at, a home swimming a triangulartrack meet : ::

covering the insurance policy," and a tennis match. al =
asked him one question, that I don't even remember she added.
Sporting a 41 mark, Coach
MEETS COACH Joe Mance Titusville School =
a High
but it didn't Tltusv tile's second
now. work. This will be Don Godwin's tracksters will
senior who last week
received notice of a scholarship to
He noticed I was carrying a camera, so he gives me that season as a sanct'on IMMc moot the Satellite Beach high: =
the United States
football _
look, smirky to be exact, turned around and walked off. We and Evans High of Orlando( Military Academy meets Army
d k,, coach Paul Dietzel Monday at Patrick Air Force
had =
heard. Mantle doesn't talk to reporters unless he has F4.
Broderick Base who is in Florida making several speaking en age-, i r-
something to say, but, being from Oklahoma we couldn'tbelieve Sally 4
I The swimming teams of Coach
it.Another. ments. Mance, a fullback for Titusville football team' I. =
Larry Monhollon\ and Coach Sue
during the
past season, was a competitive congressional -
Yankee, from Alva, Oklahoma, walked by and Thomas will bo trying to improvd! of
appointee Congressman Ed and will =
Wins Prizes At .d.da .dr .dw repor ..,
said, "I overheard your conversation asking about Ralph ;P? their 1-1 mark as they entel.talnltwo ) to West Point April 10.-(S-A Photo).
Terry. Are you from Oklahoma?" Melbourne High teams. :t:

That was the break I needed. And Coach Frank Tomdale' ,
It's just my luck, not being familiar with the Yanks Slate Hunt Show nettcrs will be working to pre r.r

enough to recognize all of them by their face, I talked to serve their 4-0 mark when they r.er
this player for about 15 minutes concerning nothing but the Sally Broderick of the North meet Satellite High. r-
Sooner State. I was afraid to ask him his name. Brevard Horseman's Club, bro -

Anyway. Mantle heard us talking about his home state, ught home a trophy and a nice May Observe --
and that was enough to draw him in. collection of ribbons from the -
"Are you from Oklahoma?" he asked. State Hunt Horse Show held in f .. M w

With great vigor I answered "yes". Union Park, Sunday, March 15. : 1" ; ,: Bird BandingsIn --

He sat down slow and kept his eye peeled on the field. Sally won first place in the t,: :-. d1vez (.. -
We talked about "home" for a brief time, until one of Western Equitation senior class; is "" -
,: '
; recognition of National -
team-mates second in the Western and f 1.-. "js. tr!: t. 'o!'. .
his grounded out to the infield. He mumbled a place 'f l : ; I Wildlife Week, Curtis Wilson, W
few words to himself, grabbed his glove and sun glasses and English classes; fourth place in ; 3i 1'.r: manager of the Merritt Island( --
headed back toward center field. English Equitation class. She i .. : : : > National Wildlife! 'Ifcfugc' Is of. makes the big difference .-.....
Husky Rog Maris cracked one joke that brought a roar. also won high point award of TRIES OUT NEWCEQUIPMENT-J3radiev Stevens, son Coring interested J groups an op.
"approval: from the rest of the gang, $10.00 on 'Snort', her Palomino of Mr. and Mrs.: C. Lf? Stevens of Indian River City, ap portunity to observe waterfowl :.a

r One of the last players to enter the dugout, Maris had horse. parently couldn't wait to try out some of the new equip- banding activities In the Indian in house !
stopped along the way to scribble his name on the backs of Other NB club members en ment that will be available for the Titusville Little Lea- Ulvfr east of Titusville. paints W.

programs and when he walked down the steps into the dug- joying the events of the day, gue organization. Shown In full "b ttlo array", Stevensis Wilson said mornir* and after t .
out, the first thing he said was "Where's the John." without participating in the surrounded with bats and ball, gloves, head protectors, noon trips can be arranged: by 1 e.arlW
Mans opened the door to the gentlemen's room, jumped show were Mike and Pat Coffy chin guards, bases, and many more items that cost the LL calling the refuge office, 267 8
backwards a couple of steps and said, "Hey men, here's one and family Pat and Pattie Allot approximately $1,450. Helping Bradley with the equIp- 2640 between 8 p.m and 12 noon. a'r ;
you.have to walk up 3 steps to get to. Believe it or not, an and family Bob and VI Anderson ment Is Jay Campbell right, president of the LL Board of Banding activitle i will continue aa.a
elevated John," Maris said. "Now wouldn't that make you and family and Merle nank Directors and Marvin Hemket of Brevard Tire and Supply through: March. II '
feel like a king?" in. the local Firestone Store.-S-A( Photo). Iw
!Morris\ ), 2. Colonial. Time: 2084.:
Yogi Berra is no longer known as the clown of the .
dash 1. DeWitt C
220-yard: ( ),
Yanks. He's all no but all work. He seldom a r -
Yogi now, play

2. Wynn (T), 3. Melvin (T), 4. r ( rh
cracked a smile during Monday's exhibition game, andif Craddock Hurts No-Hiffer (tie) Loveless, Toney (T). Time: 7 -
he did, it was probably by accident. 229. ru -

However, we were disappointed with the game and lots Mile\ relay 1. Titusville -

of other people were also. (Smith Ream, Dobik Roberts), rr
Most of the main players were taken out at the end of Diminutive Wayne Craddock the throw and tag, making the! ''Morris was there anyway and 2. Colonial Time: 3493.: SW? -

the-third inning to make way for the youngsters, who are who look more as if he should steal successful. On the next ",Bingham> scored with the winning Shot Hut 1. Clifford (C), 2. --

yet to be proven. be hurling (for a little league: pitch Melvin stole second Then run.Hart Hallaver (C), 3. Lotz (T), 4. HOUSE PAINT --
I guess it has to be that way, but we still like to see the team entered the high school Morris hit a grounder: to deep had a double and single !Mance\ (T). Distance: 43 feet. -
big guns instead of some newcomer. hall of fame here yesterday by [land Huggins, Duff, McCarthy 2V4 Inches. -
short The 'Cuda had t td -
Just the same, the Yankees won the game, their first pitching an eight-inning no hitter shortstop 'and Morris each had singles for Discus Hallaver (CI), 2. -
win in the Grapefruit Conference, 5-0 over the Houston and edging New Smyrna Beach go to Mi right and backhand the tthe Terriers. Iotz (Ti) 3. Marshall (T), 4. Reynolds Nw =
Colts M. ball. lie picked it upland firedto New Smyrna (010) 000 00-1 l 0 3 (T). Distance: 127 feet, 8
The bespectacled right bander, first. The throw was high but Titusville 000 000 11-2 B 3 Inches. Mere's,. whySHERWlfcWlLLIAMSn'tjr ==

Coach Frank Tomdale's tennis team, is the only athletic who rewrote the record book In Broad Jump 1. Ream (Tj< 2, 4; :' ; 'oft-BAsi .
group at Titusville High School who can proudly boast, almost every division while he Wynn (T), 3. Roger (C), 4. Bain HOUSE PAINT
they re undefeated, carrying a record of four wins and no was In the little league here, (T). Distance: 19 feet, V4 Inch. N
losses.The walked only three and struck out Track Team Wins .. High Jump 1. Daln (T), 2. "r Is your best buy! ::

track team had a 3-0 record, until last week and the six. Richmond (C), 3. Mansfield (C),
swimming team had a 1.0 record, until this week. Then, Despite this fine hurling he 4. Edwards: (T). Height: 5 feet! -
Cocoa into for was almost the victim of some 8 Inches. e EASIER APPLICATION-flows '
came town both events and cleaned house. on easily and ::
Coach Don Godwin's track team lost to the Tigers, giving the sloppy play on the part of his Meet Pole Vault 1. Wynn (T), Z, evenly =
Terriers a 3-1 mark, and Tuesday, the swimming squadslost teammates, as the visiting Barracudas Three-Way Dorman (C), 3. Richmond (C).
to the Tiger Sharks, scored! a run in the sec Height; It feet, 6 inchei. e GREATER PROTECTION- tough flexible finish ;::;
ond. He walked the first man up that lasts longer than other oil-base house paints.
Coach Morrell Bailey's baseball team has two losses ;:::
and then the next batter was fare Coach Don Godwin's Titusville hurdle in 21.5 second; Tom
Cocoa can take the blame for one of them. There may bea on art err6r. The two moved up tracksters put together an almost Ream won the broad jump with ONLY KEEPS THAT "JUST PAINTED" LOOK self. ::

reason for this, whether its the answer,is beside the point. en I double treat and another error clean sweep in the 440-yard dash 19 feet and a quarter Inch; Bain cleaning to shed dirt. Colors stay bright. owe
Cocoa is the 13th largest school in Florida. They have over lent a run across and 180-yard hurdles to come took the high Jump with a leap of 19RACING
two times as many boys in the top' three grades as Titus- The Terriers had three hits from behind and then swept the five feet eight Inches, and SAVES YOU MONEY-stretches the years be. ,; n
ville, displaying a lot of manpower and athletes to pick from. through the first six Innings until final track event-the mile re Wynn won the pole vault with 11 MORE tween painting.

One good example; Cocoa had 8 boys running in the 880 Muggins, the first man up, lay-to defeat Colonial of Orlando feet, 6 inches RACING DAYS e WIDE SELECTION OF COLORS-to give
yard dash, compared to 3 for Titusville in the track meet. singled in the bottom of the sev and Oviedo in a triangular track The Terriers led in the track home a beautiful new look. your
enth. Duff singled and Huggins meet here Monday afternoon. events 67.55 and lit the field
Nearly every day, someone asks me about my golf game. held second. Comparato grounded Colonial used over-all team event 2925.Cemptete _
Like the guy on television says "My golf game is aboutto out to first base and both runnfeit strength to pile up lead in the results:
catch up with my bowling game." lYanccd.! After taking the early track events but fell be. 20 % OFF ; gAll
JTo be truthful, we're not shooting in the low 50's, partially first' pitch, Edwards laid down a hind and the Terriers won with 120 yard high hurdle 1. Love-. ON
less ((1'), 2, Mease (C 3. Martmus
because we always seem to schedule something else for fine bunt and Morris, who wentin 96 points to 80 for Colonial and ) NIGHTLY 8ilO
the weekend. But we haven't forgotten the touch. Yesterday to run for Hugging scored only three for Oviedo. (C), 4. Spegal (C). Time' Except Sunday S. Wa P. House PaintNOW E
while watching the Titusville and New Smyrna Beach baseball *Aft fcjwardi being \throat o"* The Ovledo Lion were crippled 1975.
game we picked up a ball bat just to see what it felt at first. Craddock popped up to when they lost five top perform 100-yard dash 1. Dewitt (C), Warm, Sunny THRU SATURDAY, MARCH 21st =
like, and immediately, instead of a usual grip, we appliedthe end the fitting but it Was rmugn ers due to scholastic difficulties 2. Dawson (C.3.) Cooper (T), 4. MATINEES -
interlocking hold. to tie up\ the game. only last week. Their only three Melvin\ (T), Time: 105. Wed., Fri., Sat 2 p.m.LADIES' -
\ believe First! Barracuda lip\ hr the t 8th point came on Ted Belhorn's Mile run 1. Robert (T), 2. -
'However, we personally we hampered businessat NIGHT THURSDAYComftrttbl
hit a screaming liner to left but second place finish in the 440- Percival (C). 3. William (C), 4.
Burl Crabtree's Whispering Hills Golf Course because GrandttandLuMurlout
Morris was just in the right placeto yard dash.Titusville. Eurn (C). Time: 4:32.1.: ClubtwM PAINT NOW-PAY LATER!
we're duck while
always making people slamming off at the
take it knee high. Craddock had seven first placet ee0-yard! relay 1. Colonial (De- Valet Puking"Whir
first tee. I'll admit, my first shot is always dangerous. The got the next two on a grounder by Individuals and added victories witt Dawson, Cook, Stanford), 2. the Top Dogs Run Open A Charge Account Up To 5 Months With No =
last time we were there, we should have made Crabtree .
TltulVl Time 1:37.1.: Rain or Shine"
and a pop up. In the sprint medley and e. :
clear the clubhouse of members because lacked S rrv NKENNEL Mineral,
What So
we E..rl
only Carrying Charge ::
lIart struck out to pen the mile relay 440-yard dash 1. Cooper (T),
about three inches ripping through one of the big plate home half of the 8th. Barrowman Miler Maury Roberta turned In 2. Delhorn ((0)), 3. Bobik (T), 4. r

glass. windows. flied! out to centerfield but Bingham his beat time of the icawm tog. Long lT( ). Time: M7.
Speaking of Whispering Hills Country Club, we were kept things alive by draw. ging it around the track four 180-yard low hurdle 1. WynnT
wondering if anyone ever noticed the monument we erected ing a walk. Melvin hit a sharp times and pushing to a 4:32.1: ( ). 2. Loveless (T). 3. Meaie Sherwin Williams g
hear the bunker on the first hole? grounder right through the legs of mark. (T), 4. Weinand (T). Time: 21.5. ,
Remember when told of a 350 yard /drive, that somemay the third sacker and Bingham Sandy Loveless took first in the 880-yard run 1. Stein (C). 2.
have thought was pushed by invisible men from Mars? stopped at second.On 120-yard high hurdles in 1173 Ream (T). 3. Smith (T), 4. Rog BREVARD PAINT & DECORATING I =
Well we did erect that monument, like we said. a high pitch that the catcher second; Cliff Cooper took the era (C). Time: 2111.:
The next time you're at Burl's, ask him about the monument had to reach for, Binghamtook 400-yard dash in 557 seconds; Sprint Medley Relay 1. Titus- CLUB 110 S. WASHINGTON 267-7324 =

off for third and did under Paul Wynn won the lt0-yard low rile (Toney, N lmlD. Cooper,


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Weidemeyer To Address OrderOf Phone AM 7-1511 PHONE AM 7-1511 TITUSVILLE SHOPPING. CENTER ,
I I Store Hours: 1:> STORE HOURS: 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M.
10 A.M. to 9 P.M.
Moose Enrollment Sunday

Clearwater E: Dudley, Past Weldemeyer Deputy Supreme of. i L111ds011 Maidenformfor I Jou 1f1'11; ( }{

Governor and Past President BN{
Fla State Moose AssocIation H I
will be the guest speaker a#
.. Sunday March 22, at the en I II Im
rollment at the Titusville Moose

,. Lodge.The Orlando ritual team will I k\)\
install at the ceremonies scheduled Fashion J MEANS PRETTY LITTLE F
: to begin at 2:30: p.m. '
Weidemeyer, who has been
engaged in the real estate business DRESSES FOR PRETTY
a In Clearwater since 1946, /c:
joined the Moose there in 1947. .
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He Is Past Governor of Clearwater ,
oo Lodge No. 1030 Past Dntr.ct LITTLE ; \
; : President Fla. State Moose
Association, Past North Moose \ Rh
Orange Blossom Legion No 12S, ..
served four years on the National 1Ad very special little girls
a Legion Council and one yearas E. Dudley W.id.m.y.r Easter fashions that say N.
Grand North Moose H Hr .
"We're proud as a bunny -
holds the Fellowshipand
He Is a former member of Na mittte and
tional Moose Civic Affairs Com Pilgiim degrees. ." We have many other
confections, all frosted and x
fair and just what little \ t '
: Kingman-Carpenler Announces l girls were made for. Come
I =- = see them all today. j

; Addition Of Charles Jackson I It V V ::4

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Agency is announcing the addition (Left) A classically Easter
of Charles H. Jackson to r dress in three parts a red .
h9 s and white stripe blouse under
their general insurance agency. .
t Jackson a four-year resident a sleeveless navy blue jacket i {

of Titusville, has many ;years in 1 / \ with a navy blue box pleated
: the insurance business, handlingall >r,,, skirt Sizes 1 to 14. 7.99 I ," :, : .
types of Insurance service
The local insurance man since
:: residing In Titusville has be. T \
: come very active In community j
4 ( ) Sweet candy
Right as a Similar
: affairs He is presently on the j
: board of directors of Kiwanis c4 Easter egg a lovely linen- I \ \ Illus atio11
: He is also a member of Greater SWEET MUSIC STRETCH BRA ,1 like rayon dress with a pleated -
: Pride Inc., being Instrumental, Unique new non-rippligg, non-rolling elastic skirt topped by an over-
: among others, in the formation stretch straps. Spoke stitched cups and under- blouse Lovely white with
of the groupOriginally cup inserts. A-32 to 36 B-32-38, C-32 to 38. pink and blue embroidered
: from Jackson d/ .
a worked in Jacksonville Chicago and 3.00 blouse. Sizes 6 to 12. 7.99. 8.99 ,

Orlando prior to coming here. Charles H. JacksonIn 7
lie and his wife live at 1606 I GIRDLESPower I.
Bluebird Ct. net with ''action-insert" fabric between
his many years in the insurance \
In making the announcement waist-band and girdle. Satin elastic front panel. CHILDREN S '.-,
Charles: D. Kinsman\ president business, associated with Sizes S-M-L-XL. White. Panty,or long leg panty. DEPARTMENTPHONE r'
if the firm aid: "We are very our firm. We are confident
6.95 & 8.95
pleated (\0 have a mart like Mr. this wilt enable us to better
Jackson, with the background serve our customers. FOUNDATIONS DEPARTMENT ',-
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(By Bob Hudson) Th. Volc. of 25,000 North Brevard County R.*ld.nU r 4'I "

It isn't often that a man has several instruments, finally set -- -
the privilege that is afforded tling on playing his favorite Section B TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY MARCH 11, 1964 Pace< 1-B

thin writer today. Yes, It is the one that took us through three -

18th of March as Jim Biihop year of the University of Flo-
Titusville Art Center Is Place These
might say an ordinary day. To lida band League Busy Days

many it is just another day -
but to tho writer it is a special We remember his struggle
through the depression to keep Stevenson Tutors ArtistsBy
day.Fur today this writer would food on his table and keep two

like, in a few sentences, to extend children in college and the time
a happy birthday wish to he came to Gainesville early one _
morning to talk us into going ( Bill Ly.rly) of Ed There are two morn
a very special person becausethe back into a course that we dropped 'UK classes each week
particular birthday happens Being lifeless in the arts ourselves Thursda 7x I
to be a special one. actually having more we constantly are Intrigued Wednesday and 8 aR I ICANVAS
faith In our ability than we did. and a Monday night das -
too is just like any otherblrthd.ty and vastly amazed f at 10
We remember his using a which slatted February
each person cele those people who have been endowed -
faithful foreman and a very few These classes are all going ext
a certain one just one by their Creator with i
time. 4.F printers to get the paper out that inalienable talent of being : cmely well, according to Ed
twice World with the Thursday morning
weekly /all during
But tuday is the 75th birthdayof /able to create with a brush or
War II class, featuring a live and very
a man close to the heart -
father. "' We remember that he took pen.We beautiful portrait model, Mrs RACK Ed Stevenson: right, and( carpenter
my time out of a busy schedule to rave on several occasions Paul Estrada, nearing the com Kenny Howe, put finishing touches to canvas rack atl

1 He doesn't go around bragging take the train out to t::..slas; visited the art classes being pletion of its ten week run l part> of school equipment, The rack enables unfinished
r about it He is very re Texas, to see our martiags And conducted by Titusville Schoolof The Wednesday class has three canvas to be stored

luctant to talk about it, But we we remember his very encouragIng fine Arts by our amiable frien:1 more weeks to go and the Monday
feel quite honored. words (we think he was ina Ed Stevenson. nationally night class will run foi another :

It isn't often that a man has pact with the wife) to see that famed artist and have watched five weeks a

had tne privilege that this Writ. we went back to college to finish with utter fascination as these "Although the indoor school 441..ir

ir has had to work closely "students", with deft stroke ing now includes only such sun
with his father over a lung permd up.We remember how happy he and complete confidence, turna
jet'Is to work from as the portrait
of years. appeared when we moved (by blank canvas into an artistic
model and still life throughout ..
There are days over those this time there were two granddaughters creation
the entire course '
years that we remember in our family) backto We would assume that talent,
practice of painting in oil and ;
well. For example we remember Titimillc and took IUART
over a coupled with desire! producesan pastel and drawing with char
that particular day when he desk.We've artist, and the students we coal includes the basic, practical
erected; the rest of the family on been there since have watched patiently at
in the use of each media
steps LKACUL': PRHXY Mrs Until Kinsman, newly
the tram platform at the Titus working daily with him sharIng work have, far
as we
Lectures on color, compost *
of the Titusville Art League,
elected president put
vine station. It was a day days of defeat and triumph, 'll, plenty of talent, and the constantly
lion and perspective are
her Mrs IMraduFd
touches portrait
fishing on or
during the boom of 1925 and be days of worry anJ pleasure, enthusiasm of Ed Is bound to emphasized to bring the student -
had come to Titusville earlier to day! of satisfaction and, in re rub off and give them the desireto basic r ,
to a point where these /r
to Ed These small stages are tff"pf
purchase the StarAdvocate.The cent months, days of planning create was quick by
train windows were screen for a big move in the future. techniques and their "uses the fact this school is being run constructed in such a manner a*
Whatever it takes, those stu become second nature, Ed ex- ,
them to be folded
to permit con .,
ed and thank goodness they on strict professional lines<<: With :
know dents seem to be doing a swell plained to us. J ,
were you have heard about We he has his share of the Titusville Art League as pactlv: and stored away after
screens being "black" with mosquitoes enemies: to go along with a host job. At least the paintingslook "We are taking the mysteryout s sponsor[ and the' classes held at each class and brought back l'
of friends no man who lives like the subjects: and that is of the use of these tools.
well it lie. the building, the
was no League every meeting Intact so the student
tan get along without both. But just as far as our critic's eye When the weather is more mild _
But we to him in its conceptand .A l ,
were happy see course is unique might have the same subject !!L
just as happy as any five we also know he has faithfully will take us this Spring, there will be out ,'overageStill from which to continue t .. ...., 1 -:
devoted his life to his wife, his These art classes began a few door sketching field trips, possibly .
old boy could be. Stewart still life
year life students work from These students, most of them STILL LIFE; Mrs. Susan painting
family, his church, this news weeks ago at Titusville Art League some on board yacht,"
We rememoer the day the my small staged" set-ups designed See ART On Pig 4.B from "stage" set designed: by Instructor! Stevenson.: Ad-
following fall, that he took us by paper and this community. ( building under the tutorship he continued. equate lighting permits students to attain better per-
And we're to wish
so happy
the hand and led us gently up ception.
the !stairs and into the door of him a very happy birthday on r': .
this !special occasion and hope :
"the" school the only schoolin
we haven't bored you with this r
Titus ilIe
now known as
public acknowledgment.
ilayview School.
You don't blame for
us being
Titusville Shopping Center -
We remember the day he let $
ui, after months of begging, to proud. do you=:>> 4 10 A.M. to 9 P.M.

take a paper route and then, a
little later on, to climb up on a Best theme song for a dentist: The Latest In i
box end "feed" a small hand "The Yanks Are Coming. Lindse4
press. is. 4 9lw

We remember the countless -
times he helped us with tough One girl was talking to an old': High Fashion &,
boyfriend' while her roommate a _' 'fieweu BW* .
algebra geometry,. trigonometry. : t 9 : < :
etc.t You see he was a schoolteacher listened in. As she turned do'wna e 'Jewelry r'' '
before he decided the date for the evening, she held

newspaper was his life and his one hand over the phone and sillii: .

hours bent over the dining room confided, 'I really feel Great. / ,

table with us made us realize I'm just using a headache to get i' Y 'j The Pendent
just how lucky we were. rid of a pill. Swinging

We remember his encouraging n, -

words when the town band was Two keys hang in an under.taker' ,.
revived end how proud we were office: one for the organ PORTRAIT CLASS Left to right, Mrs.\ : Alvs Anne t -
(that he took enough interest in chapel, the other for the garage. Patterson, Mrs.\ Willie Klements, Mrs, Mary Funfrock HARD! AT WORK !Mr June Martin I fa "hwJhard 4
it to learn to play the baritone They are labeled "Hymn" and and Mrs. Helen Hickey, and far left, model, Mrs. Paul ut work reproducing a mannequin on easel.! The mannequin
horn, while we struggled with Hearse", Estrada.; bust: is used in Monday night art classes.!
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Pao. !- Tltwsvlll (IFlorda( ) Stir.Advocate Wednesday, March_ II, 1764 I
Also playing was "Th Many.
.. t esas Hided oppropos Pat,"for a writing the game occasion very "If!: THURS.

Jackie swell was the lucky
0 1 winner of this game and delighted I.I.igTTc FRI.
t 1 the group with his exciting .
portrayal of that famous SAT.
1" Roman statesman Julius Ceasaf #-lIS: JEii!
+ The guests also enjoyed dancing
I especially to the records of
the Beatles< latest." teenage craze, "The r TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

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Following the rendition of WASHINGTON TiTUSVILLE
"Jlappy Birthday" refreshment ,
of cake and lime sherbet punch
were served. Towards the end 1050 W. KING ST.
of the evening, the guests also 1
enjoyed frankfurters, potato QUANTITY
salad, mixed pickles, potato COCOA RESERVED RIGHTS
s' j chips pretzels, cokes and mints.
a v I, Patrick will have a lifetime I

day remembrance party, as of his his father IGth, actingas birth. U. S.S Govf. Graded "Good" Beef

I ft 1- Master of Ceremonies, recorded -
: ENJOY PARTY Attending the surprise Cruke Kathy Wise, Barry Signorelli andS many of the, party events ROUND lb.> c
on I tape recorder Including 7 9
birthday party for Patrick Signorelli Sat. Jeannie Wise} (back row)) Alan DeSerio, an
urday' were left to right, (front row) Ann Joey Mark, Jackie Powell! Greg Valdyke sent.interview Patrick with each received guest pre STEAK
Powell, Peggy McCarthy, Katie McGee Patrick Signorelli, Clyde Pittman and lovely and useful gifts from many all SIRLOIN
and Cecelia McGee; (second row) Patty David Mark. his friends.

Indian River City South Titusville Happenings

I Cub Pack 310 Wins At Exposition Coquina Mrs. Mary Avenue Boggs, had of as 343 weekend W.

visitors, Mrs. Nellie Cover, VROASTCHUCK Ib.39cl
a a cousin from Akron, Ohio;
; Cub Scout Pack 310 won thei and Richard Bishop who is appropriate trades for girls and Mrs Rosa Rector of Parkersburg .
Blue Ribbon for first place for leaving for Germany. OLe with trades for boys. As W. Va., and Mrs Elva
I its exhibit on Salt Modeling at Some of the boys of Teen each guest entered the room, Carmichael from New Jersey
1 the Canaveral District Scouting Town Club have formed a band he or she was asked to turn All of them are friends of '
{ Exposition at the Cocoa Arm of their own and !they played at round, then pinned with his or long standing. All three have
Saturday, March 14. Pat Feh- her 'trade.! been the winter In
ory this dance. They are spending
i Salt Modeling consists of covering ring, Deloy Cooper, Eddie tlev- Guests then moved round the Florida, MM. Grover at Tampa, Fla. or Ga. Grade "A" (Whole)
{ (Un cans, bottles and Jars enger and Tom Nix. Adult room psklng questions that Stuart and West Palm Beach, '
1 with a putty Jike substance chaperones present were: Mr. would help them identify their and Mrs. Rector and Mrs. Carmichael -
} made from salt, flour, water and and Mrs. R. V. Ashley and Mr. trades, and sure and begorra, In Miami. They were 29'"Sugar I
food coloring. After cooking, and Mis. E. V. Merriam. Again each guest at Pat's party was on their way home and stopped
2 this mixture is spread over the a reminder to everyone of the able to Identify his or her trade. S.. 1.It.C. NEWS On Page 3-B FRYER
J cans, etc., and decorated with Hill,Billy Dance this coming lb.
a gaily colored pieces of macaroni Saturday night. Prizes will be .' .
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J or noodles of all shapes and given to the best two Hill-Billies 1 "" "
a slxrs The macaroni and noodlesare QUICK. f".. '
colored with spray paint. 4
: These articles are then baked. I aw Ir+ Wt Cured" Smoked "Folgers" All Grinds

I The Cubs displayed about ..

:": Throughout demonstrated two made hundred in previous the the models Exposition Den process they meetings.,, even they had t .':..' I p ICNSLICED I I C S !. COFFEE

I the baking as Mrs Betty Hill, .J iN; .
Den 3, had brought along an .- '
I electric oven. The public was rNra'I > WHOLE r -
J Invited to try its hand at salt ) .
modeling f1! f.- lb. c
: Nearly a hundred: people took I Ib. Ib. e 7 49

:a advantage colorful gifts of the for offer themselves.and made 33 e. I .I 29 can

: participants! (Limit: ""nit. Your 5, Mor
Airing} thg will I? : BY, THE BAOWLI.ty i 3** : } or *
a Jim Pattorr, Field Executive. Y '.' .. ,;.J ; ), \1 y Food Order, Please)
J He made a keepsake for himself *- L
: which was displayed during
: the exhibit and presented to him -----;:: II:"" 'Standard"TOMATOES
: at the end of the day. Mrs. f/"I"-1 Fresh" SlicedBEEF
Willis Morton was given a gaily
Randall HasNewcomers 11"'I.t'
J decorated" bud vase. Mr. Morton ;.o.a.o.o ji
I Is the Scouting Executive .a.o.O.O LIVER
I who heads the monthly Roundtables -
i too i
I for Scout Leaders Mr. and Mrs. Randell. Hess are
newcomers to this area, having!
1 The area around the booth was purchased the Palm Harbor Mobile L
2 crowded throughout the day Court,r located 7 miles southof I BILL GREENE'S I
J with people watching the demon Titusville on US. No. 1 overlooking O
: slration, admiring the finished beautiful Indian River A
I product and inquired about the Former owners were Mr. and I D C No. 303 9cS
I method used. These items Mrs. Gerald V. Mitchell, who 9
and the recipe were proudly givJ have retired because of health. U f Ib.2 I
J en to all who requested by the This Court was equipped to accommodate JOE D'AGOSTINO'STORCH CanLimit
s Cubs and their Den Mothers. some 55 trailers but
The Scouting Executives, the now Is being'expanded to a ceo in
: Judges and hundreds of spccti- odate 22 additional mobile homes I 1.1i ( : 3 with Your,$!, or More, Food Order, PI....)
: tore; complimented the Tack on
I its exhibit and the Cubs' Ima- Surprise Birthday Party o
: ginatlon and initiative. Last Saturday evening Patrick Swifts "Sweet Rasher" Sliced Standard "Cut"
I Leaders in charge of the exhibit Signorelli, son of Mr. and Mrs
J were: Den Mothers Mrs. Carl SignorelU of 703 Washington !i CLUBo II
Stella Zirnfuss, Mrs. Nova Thur- Avenue, was honored witha BREAKFASTBACON GREEN BEANS
J low, Mrs. Betty Hill\, Mrs. Helen surprise birthday party on the
< Hopkins and Mrs. Dee Me- occasion of his 18th birthday,
Cafferly: Cubmater Rick Bar. Patrick was born on St. Pat I: o ON THE INDIAN RIVER a
I lett and Assistant Cubmaster rirtt's Day but due to school intervening
:. Harvey Robinson : on that day the>part ; AT TITUSVILLE a iiII!!!
wa held the previous Saturday oa4
: T.an-Tewn Dance Myriads shamrocks were "-
J Teen.Town Club held its re- very much in evidence all over lllaUa a No. 303 9C
: gular Saturday night dance at the Signorelli living room and iii a
I !the Civic Center, with 102 pre. even a few leprechauns of _
:jsent. Service men' welcomed, the statue variety. FEATURINGieo. :
| who were past members of Severe! games were played, : r 39c Can
< Teen-town, were: Ronald Falson Including "What's My Trade?", [ r .
J from Jacksonville Naval Air Before the party, the name of [ *
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i Station; Billy' Rose, Westover a familiar "trade" was written I r (Limits 1 with Yeur'1S, or:Mor., Food Order, PUts) ;?
,A.F.B., Mass; Mike Jennings, on slips of paper Two sets of 0 Fin dining In a warm si
;Moody A.F.B, Valdosta, Ga.; slips were made up, one with iii!!!!!D Atmosphere anSi "Van Camp's"
6 P. M. until 2 A. M. r !II i

i I IMPORTANT 2! q Live musical entertain- 0 r ;I Meat CORNEDBEEF :

j IIi'ii!! : merit for your dancing ; : WIENERS49 3ge

I pleasure r 12 oz: can
A NOTICE i Iif 9 P. M. until 2A.M. 0

; .:: r-... .. r -ij! "Lean 'N Fresh" I U. S. No, 1 "White"

: Effective. 'March. .1st,. iJ Open Dally from 1iB" .
: Be at international 0 2 P. M. until 2 A M.
+ Tampa airport ,;

p : .Pinedas' international airport Si! 3 ge PotatoesI :
: _0A eft
in. minutes.--- -- -:- Open Sunday from Ib
2 0 1 P. M. until 9 P. M. }= .
cheduied Shuttle Service ,,.... Titus.e 2 r
1'J'tl; :.UIe/CoeM airport end Cop (Kennedy 0 s )
S ''"' 'J'MIIHurn, Airport. Jam Session 4:30: to
: 'JI ""' Lean "Western"SPARE
.0 9 P. M. Sundays C ,
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QSOUTI4S ; .'O C. Closed Mondaysl 0 r ;I e 1 0 lbs I ,

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Wednesday, March 18, 1964, Tltuivlll (Florida) She Jwah Pt MAT I:

1 J".. .. --- 1 I
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I 'I Simmons Assigned -1 1t

Td 2U' EvieUdtionHospital GO.0.GO..G00. t

iI ) Gehriahy "

I A Army Specialist\ tlvi Leonard I I a g

IT Simmons, wild wife Yaeko, GOOO1
lives In Tlrusvllli wM assigned E4R
fob. 2 S to the list\ Evacuation:

7 i 1 Hospital\ ICt'tWl4nr.\ .

Specialist Simmons, a cook it '
the hospital, entered the Army lit
January 1946 l\e attended Titus

4 Ville High: School. I SPRING BONANZA!

for Major, Minor and Senior lei-
pie teams He reported that

there were enough player to -.J:: 'r... '. -- ., ';;}
1 a man 3 Senior teams 8 Major f-ry.
teams: and 3 Mln league teims i // ( Spring ; T
? Spring : .
t voted'to' have work Special
It was a f.r.ri'
Y x o '. ) .. ,1L.; .. RLMrAt \ party at the field bthe\ near I.f Special 1j/T': 8"Blades i
-. : ....1 future. Details of this will be an I I
< ''r dy
>f.. _---.1-: 1'J..::," _;N-;.d... fl::3 nounced. Ml* Young, field super \\i' Powerful/ Hedge : J'
visor, reported that he requiredat I
IT AGAIN There was a time, not is commonplace to see it every day in least! 3 gallons of masonry v Pruner l0-Qt. Poly Pails INALAWN:

many years ago, when a power truck and almost every area of Brevard. Here more white paint, 3 glllohs\ of white I .:: Shear 75' Garden Hose
I men stringing electric cables and wires wire ts being strung in the growing Indian paint for woodwork and 5 gallon\ I Garrlm/ 97C Sturdy 3
should have been a rarity but today it River area of Titusville of green" marine wood.preservative I \ Valu, llandle $1 r $108 !ill"Inide SIUO
No finer prunor for the Whnt\ n buy! Light, un- A real gardening value!
Abbott Avenue! Walker I i' Hardened, steel t breakable pnili, ideal Long contour handle ji Light, ribbed vinyl r
Present were: br. w. G. President reported t that r.ladrtl.. I'aintwl handles, !, ) for dorms nf household( i easier I piaiue Is easy han ,.
i/ I Young, vice-president; Mrs Marguerite all six Major League teams hive firm'grip embossing.! .,,,, : tasks. jet yours now! j ttr give lever!(e rip, O.verhet-all '* \ ding, extra: tough Rust ,
Indian River 6! .
proof couplingatatfM "
City sponsors In the Senior League ,. 39t) each rf length' 21" ',
: treasurer: Mrs one team had been sponsored. :- ,,, ... .... ,
4ot1& + ''ll ,, .. .
Nova Thurlow, secretary; lUfi\ ) pi l ,I, ;" "J "C.. .1.:1ft:
I I leaving two in need of sponsorsHe -- ----- --,
Shirley Flicker, president of the
also reported that. some 25
(Continued From Page 2-D) area. Little League Auxiliary, Ed .
commitments had been made for ;
The remains have been shippedto Mills, Players Agent! ; Ken Weln! 14"X Z iMxSM rl
by to see then old friend. signs on the ball field fence. He If! 1 fl. DISH RACK ArDtYITMYItNt I
Floyd Va for burial In. Red hold, John Donn Dud Jones and 01 N PAN 9y / ,,as: n "x12y"x3
reported that the Senior League t' I//
Oak Grove Cemetery. Max Young I
M. D. Workshop Ball Field on Stewart Street, ALL PURPOSETUB DISH"RACK
The president reported that 9 had been made available. A dls I I .
Moulding and Copper Lost a Trench.coat? ,, ANDJUMBO
loads -
of clay and some marl had
{Tooling cusslon took place on whether to DRAIN MAT
workshop was held last A boy's tan trenchcoat approx. 1
been be
ordered to delivered at DISHPAN
Senior the ,
charter League ,
Monday, March 16th, at the Civic imately size 6, was lift at the Cub the Bill: Park at an early date for had been doneIn I t
Center these workshops were Pact 310's Blue and Gold Banquet same as already
renovation of the field he also
sponsored by the IRC Home at the Elk's Lodge last February reported that the City ;of Titus the Major League: but It was sons Jrl.I i aaYN 00
Demonstration Club and! the pointed out that It took four IO ''
: 26th Owner: may claim this ville would take care of the electricity roes roa savor
flructors for the teams to N' !lartered. A motionwas
plaster moulding coat at the home of the Cubrrastcr bills for both this Little J r
Class! Mrs. Pat Canzano made and unanimously car
were and 313 Delespine Avenue.
League and that of Titusville,
Mrs Sue Humphries while Mrs rled that if and when four senior I 100'
each month : : gekeaely. x.ll I mail.kllrW.m .
Vary Burns Instructed a class on Guests of Morrises League teams became available, Flak link ......hle. DraliwrhM
tooling A total of Mrs Shirley Rlcker, charter would be taken out for 1, r mm l tarp nparllr
copper 30 The W. L. Morris family of 473 4 presidentof t a _r SlurJy. 'lane wearing con \ UkM full lw pea *l ln.:
pieces of plaster placques were the Auxiliary, reported<<: that this League. It was also dc.'cldeJthat :! ,,+ ''{, IIyetl. Yrulye/coon- \ :Malrhln, driln iMMnl U. Mprxtlril.
Abbott Avenue, have as guests in three teams v aT bit nniiruciKn Very nicecblort. / ilrrmlorc
all \ I'rrlly"
fabricated and numerous copper uniforms on hand at this time as long Is only 7
their home his parents, Mr. and :> 7U6 0. yourt T.do,1 RAIN AUT ..lur*.a..y.lit rlr.nM LlwrC.
tooled items made:! would be ready by the 15th of were In existence, they would( SAvn!! 21"X111"
Mrs. E. W Morris, and his Arealvelue. el1l,
sister ....
with the Mims Senior Lea.
Those present at t these work. April. She also reported that\ the play ;t's a
Alta Mr. Morris Is
Shops included: Mrs Diantha Fir- re Auxiliary desired!! to hold an a'ic, eue.
tie, Pat Canzano Ethel Atkinson, tired: from the Missouri Pacific lion, a bazaar and a bake sale Further discussion arose on
Railroad Aha the
Anita Smith, Mary Burns, Sue is at some later dates equipment, uniforms and total
wife of Elder E L Payne, editor
Humphries, Vernele Vaughn; of the Missionary Baptist President Walker reported to cost for the Senior League, and
Marie Gilliam, Stella Parker, the that the the SPARTUS ELECTRIC
Searchlight She also Is the author meeting Umpires'School on the question of equipping
Ethel Curry, Eunice Thomas Pat in Titusville
of several religious books and had ended Minor league with shirts or
Parker, Mary Slaby, Lillian Kar- for and that oA i final test several with regular shirts.At .
Is a writer Baptist Sunday
berg Irene Boshoff, Emjean School Literature Graduates from this area were the. conclusion of the meeting .
Speckles, Mildred Ball Jenny now available Walter WALL CLOCK
BiU's brother, Ralph has livedIn as umpires President and Mrs. 111
Gentile Doris Hoover and Muriel Bill and Marie's home since Ed Mills, players' Agent reported served refreshments to all y

Graham last October, while working In on the recent registration all

Passes On this area. Alta plans to fly backto

John W Bowman, of 308 Deles Little Rock, Ark Thursday ASST. COLORS 4'
pine AVenue. passed away last Bjll and Ralph's parents will THIS WEEK'S BIG BUY \
drive to Northwest Florida to e '
Friday, March 13, In Jess Parricl.! : I)
visit their son and daughter at '
Memorial Hospital. lie was 83
years cf age and a retired carpenter Ft. Walton Beach then return to MINUTE HAND
He was born In Floyd Va. on
April 27, 1881, was raised in that Little League Meeting for the flrf time of Ihlt( low price It thlt JUMBO O 0
city and later married and had 11 The regular monthly meetingof ONLY $Z.98 11" CAKl PIATC, foihfonod of en ottroctlveV
children ten of whom are living the IRC Little League was held figured! ittn breaking ploMlel A reel valu* SAVsNAl1
last Monday evening at the homeof
In 1925 Mr Bowman moved his
Tom Walker, president at 475
family to Ithaca, New York. It
was in Ithaca that he joined the
Brotherhood of Carpenters and
Joiners of America lIe was a
member since May 4, 1928. When
he retired in 1952 he moved to GOODYEAR
IRC and acquired his home hereon COCOA BEACH ", .Emergency .t'

Delespine Avenue 636.7631 ,, t.t : saterr rto
Two daughters live in this area, Gas Can ')Y:;+- ,
Mrs. Kenneth A. Ford 317 Deles .
pine Avenue and Mrs. Lewis Flexible Spout Mike i -
Mowls, Titusville Grand.child. COCOA \ Filling- Safe and Easy "
ran in this area arc: Miss Char 636.2993TITUSVILLE '
I lone Ford Indian River City, ?..C'IO"I:' ,:.
r Kenneth W Ford and Mrs Bruce HandySize; ,8 8'IJ OIINE S latUriai Tool "' ant ,ey
Tomberlm, both of Christmas '
and Fred Mowli and Curtis
Mowls of Titusville. 167.3530 Ideal for emergency une. in your FLASHLIGHT and 5 BATTERIES
car for power mow,". and out- -
In the 12 years that he lived hoard motor Has plastic vent '
here, he made many friends. He for lull flow;filter screen in ipout 3 tell +- (learning chrome plated 14" long Hath,
light. J long life bombs Perfect,for home,
was a regular daily visitor to the
;1 bullpen, camping; and tmr. 'What a buy at IAVl
local post office, and helped z .
sharpen many a dull saw,In this ,...: \ ,
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Isg.4-l5 Tsvlll.Iterlda)5ar.Advoaat.( ) Wednesday, Much 11, W4. They are dedicated and impatient -
for progress" he said in ,
x praising his students
He informed ui that the difficult -
a portrait work with a live I r
model Is the first for most of
v his students but the problemsare
a challenge to them. Those
who are in still his have a
.rT'T special colorful still life set up
at mentioned above from whichto
M. work.
w At the end of each ten week
i it cession, the classes will hold an
r rI
t exhibit of their work with a
public reception These dates
will be announced
Stevenson: said he believes all ''It

students should have the opportunity -

to publicly exhibit 4 *
their work to the communityand
he intends to carry out this _
h r
{ policy Besides giving the students -
I y1 a chance to "show off"
their creative talents, it also THURSDAY CLASS Mrs. Mildred Dabelko, Mrs:
fives the community a chanceto Kitty Goethe and Sue Steele, paint still life scene In thi
sic and appreciate this talent. the Thursday morning class. This class has only two
SCOUTS AND MAGIC...- Cub Scout David McDaniel The Art League members who more sessions of its ten week run
expressed surpri'e wheni Magician David Zehr of Rock- undertaking\! this cultural
ledge pulled a golf ball frpm the mouth of Jim McDaniel work under their new roof, hope
.- -'- '" -- during the entertainment portion of Cub Scout Pack that all truly art-minded rest
320's annual Blue and Got, Banquet recently at the Titus- dents in North Brevard will join I
STORY OF SCOUTING TOLD Cub are Tony Dickson, Den 7; David Grimm,
Scouts tn Pack 320 related the story of Den 1, Bill Henry, Den 2; Jeffrey Gray, ville High School Cafeteria The Scouts also enjoyeda with them to increase the art Evening Classes in
bcoulir', a;, part of the program for the Den 9 and Mark Mellon, Den 6. In back dance ,recital by students of the Earnest School of .onscinusness of the community
Dance and a film, 'Flight of Faith Seven'.-(Carlson and contribute, each in his
annual L>luo and Gold Banquet recently from left' are Frank Keller, Cub Master; BASIC ELECTRONICSFCC s
Tituvillc School Cafeteria. Mrs. Irene Lord Photo). : own way, to its better apprec-
in the High Den 3 Mother; Joe Por
After each scout told his part of the story, ter, Den 3 and Harrell Hairfield, Den 5. talon: in all of Florida. License end VA Training J 3 ID11!
he added another feather to the Indian (Carlson Photp). Ed and !the Art League mem
Chiefs headdress In front, from left, Goldwater Club ART bers invite anyone interested to START MARCH 16th
call Stevenson and make an ap
the seventh the These benefits"and (Continued from rage: 1 BI) pomtment to drop by the classes
VA Paying Benefits year of program. cash services Organizing Here and of Florida Electronic Technical Institute
To Four Indian War A total of $')(GJ;! ,372 was paid in Included )hospitalization, loan housewives, ate all doing well these students' the progress 105 King Street, Cocoa. Ttl. NE 6.3720r'
By a
and direct: home loanprorramt
allowances these Gen Ed tells attend regularly
to youths us "They
fl;imille will attempt to
their will
Vets In Florida specially equipped maybe
orally called i 'orphans" even automobiles certain disabled establish its own Goldwater or &: and would work almost catch on and you, too, will very '1\ i
Col W, II Do horf, Veterans though one parent may be still' to
veterans, wheel chair home for ganlzatinn here tonight (Wed continuously if not required soon be there putting what you
alive these
children be
Service Officer for Brevard Co must the seriously disabled, administiatue nesday), Guest speaker will be take a break now and then, see on canvas.
unty says that The Veterans between 18 and 23 years of age Jack of Melbourne.The I
costs and miscellaneous Gregory I
Administration's Annual Reportof to be eligible for vocational. benefits Cannon's Bakery
its activities for the fiscal counseling: to guide them in pursuing group will be organized j
year 1983(; ending June 30, shows a course of college! educa as a brunch of Americans for Brevard Lumber Company
that benefits were still being tion vocational\ courses lead- Goldwater (formerly Goldwattr: WE SELL BY DELIVERY ONLY
If have real
paid in Florida i to four of the Ing to a future fluid of employ. you estateto for Prefidcnt). READYMIXEDINTRANSIT CONCRETE
mcnt sell i if Building Material Lumber Paint Hardware. WE SPECIALIZE IN DECORATED CAKES 1
nations remaining 25 living vet or you are IntTP'tcd f 9 9 9 I
persons are urgedto
of the Indian Wars and
crane Tie remainder of the cash looking for choice; real attend the meeting in the
Ui Give You An EstimatePrompt
to 1 1,434 living veterans of the benefits, services and Let ORDER TODAY-AM 7-5635 =
other the Citizens
ex Community Room of
estate classi- Delivery Phone AM 7.3831 -
Spanish American: War use our
penditures in Florida during the Dank at 8:00: o'clock to n
These represent( the only liv fiscal year totaled $7J,494,100. fied columns. right: I / lyfltiltZ
inrf veterans in Florida of A .
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early wars --- "" ""'- --c = =
Tae Annual Report of the VA, i f

D now Printing, C and on, further,sale or Office, at their shows: Government, Washington families that veterans in., THE CLOWNS COMING TO TOWN 11' :

londa 300,048 received in cash a benefits total of $248 and; "

services during the year. ;
In H,riJa, compensation for
i Itrvlt.c.cuMl'clt. f'' pension lot total and permanent l

J were nonservlcc paid-coinuetcd to 112,338 living disabilities veterans oME5PR'I' NG.L CARNIVALAT '
650. in the amount of $108,187,. 11:1:

Death compensation and pen
slim were paid to the dfpen
cents: of 311,413 deceased veterans :
in the Insurance amount of payments$J3,9JS! ,841UI to. BAYVIEW SCHOOL-SATURDAY, MARCH 21

beneficiaries of deceased policyholders -
disabled cyholders: !
having total clisab.lity income ('k Sponsored By
provision riders on their poluie .

meats, matured and dividend endowment payments pay to BAYVIEW SCHOOL p.T A" Carnival Time
policyholders totaled $28,079,-

A yearly average of 13db.- :I
bled veterans of World War II F 3 P.M. Until Dark
and the Korean Con flu t train. .
ing during! the year in Florida
under the vocational rehabilitatIOn -
sit tc 'r IIJ-3JkJ
overcome the handicaps
of l..eir disabilities, re Be DowntownOn .' 1
caving $3U2,3Jl in subsistence,

tuition payments.supples, and equipment The Street ? sCorners Fealured Attraction. .
'I .r
In addition, an average ,
4J3 Florida veterans still were
in training under the regular, Near
World War.. II and Korean GI i CAPE CANAVERAL L
Bills, receiving JU09J3: : !n''I II "
cash allowances Bayview School '
The 419 sum + and daughters I 1 CLOWN CLUB
tf veterans vvno died as a result
of service In the Armed forces I Al 3:00: P. M. .: _

schools who were end enrolled alleges in under Jo'ioridaI the;, t' f ,f '1' t* -\ Will Give Several Shows, and Will Visit Between Shows
War Ori-hani Saturday I --
pro $ --
gram was another increase in1 j Vi. ,: J at the Various Booths!

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need no :

t 'paintingfor 10-15 R Y FUN.F YOU'RE NEVER GAME BOOTHS

years. f :
: from For Anyone t No Never

t Come see these new ,I From One Year Too Old To "TRIP TO MARS"

tl homes at Port Malabar. To 99 Years Have Fun! DART GAMES

Grand opening And Up If
,i March 21, 22. Wonderland / You Can Eat, Come To The And Many Others!

4 miles south of Walk, Talk or Carnival

Melbourne on U.S. 1. i'1',' 1 fr Enjoy Fun! Sat., March 21st! l'

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W.dnescl.y, Marsh IS, 17(4 Tltuivin (Florida f ) Star AlvoCife Pif._S-B
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SA VE ,a wss.DIIs' ronii, INC. eorvn..t _it..
r Activity ,

Adn. issiom! and dismissals at

Je s M..rclH.IS Parrish. Memorial were Hospitalfur as fol- UkL

lows: Much 14 t N BEEF: : ;

Admitted 1: Titusville: George !
Slurpe, Michael Dunbar, Willie W-D BRAND SIRLOIN

1 Covington, Jr.; Others: Graden LU2
Steak 881
.. Cox Mims; Virginia Rood, Mis- r11N. r .u
sourl .
: Discharged: Titusville: Anette >,1 't' ) A W.D BRAND T.BONE
Sanclf'M, Barbara: HaUhtr, William !- FOOp STORE'S

I Davis, Barbara Harrison.; t a :' Steak .u. 88;
Othcr: Christina Platt SCI>US- 't ;

moor t .

Admitted, :March Jacquelyn Titusville 15 : Noble BonitaLukadicr ; } .. Steak. LB. 88;

Others: Adelle Bevil, Vonda 4 .
_. Hoiibton, John R Lake, Atlas 5 ,_
McClilloiigh, of Mims; Uvd l lCalhhan 44
Scottsmoor( ; Alfred Roast. LI.88;
Holland, Dartow
Discharge- : TLtusvilJe: Billy W D BRAND BONELESS RUMP
Ward George Sharpe, Bessie ANNIVERSARY Beltsville TURKEYS
I lust, Sheil Parker, Ronald Phil > Roast LB. 88,
man; Others: Wesley Burry, .

James River City Guppcnburgcr, Indian r *1 4 Gr. 'A' Quick Frozen WD BRAND BONELESS ROUND
,. March 16 ; : fi1k t *4,4 to 10-Ib. Average Roast. LI.881
Admitted: Titusville: Dorothy S .
Hil: .11L1
Gwendolen Owens, Ruby Carl M REG 49t. FRESH GROUND DAILY LEAN
I1ntt I Cheryl Edwards, Joyce ;Gov't Inspected
Canada of Mims Gr. Beef 39i
... Discharged. : Titusville: Leon *Regular 49 a Ib. ,
Dowdy, Clifton Pine, Jacquelyn ,l.
Noble, Simonne Higgs Others: .
Addle Bvil, LeRoy ;Sanders, SAVE M, DEEP SOUTH GRAPE "!..:.Z .----- .- --T:1 Ti :.....
Mims\ ; Nathalie. Redman, Christine .
Jam 24'0, JAR 291
Maikwaltcr of Indian River l' i

liurtow City; and Alfred Holland of SAVE 6.2/35 EV PILLSBURY Whitt. Y.llow DM 7 (___. : 1"1 v JUST BAKE & SERVE
ff im fr'if.15rO a
Cake MIX 3pKGs'1. t 1 .
t nit.... ,. c
Emory Glee Club SAVE 52/3* EA DIXIE JUMBO t 'f ,;

12.Ct. $1 | | if ,
P.Ie 5 . J PKGS. jp@p ( \ '. y Morton
.- Concert ThursdayA SAVE ti DIXIE DARLING RAISIN CINNAMON! I r'. 'f. V

Rolls 291 ; wm-t I. FRUIT
Spring Concert will be pro 8.CT.PKG. BEAN U "
: ,' sented by Emory University SAVE 5< EA DIXIE DARLING DINNER I ; I taM 1 R, ? '
Glee Club of Atlanta, Ga., I \ I PIES
Thursday March 19, at 8 p.m, R 0 I II I S PKG. F6 5" i I. I I'',
tit the Cape Colony Convention VAN CAMP I PINEBREEZE GR "A" FRESH FLA, j

$1 IliJI.00, Cocoa and may Beach.be purchased Tickets are at Ii.. Pork & Beans i Medium;. EGGS '

the door Value Stamps : 1 "
50 Extra Top
, ,, Tic Clue: is internationally WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF t : CHERRY
iii 300
. known:Jhaving! .completed,numcr.,, <".. O" [ LS'rNO'1/ICTIOYU.NlAOSD' 'f 4. -w cAN ,/, i'1:2: DOZ.-- 7 9 F PEACH
t .
I oils overseas concert tours asvtt.ll ''flounder Steaks COCONUT
I (S.re Hh I.i 1 I
II the Ed
as appearances on
I Sullivan show, Dr. William W. AT ANY'WINN-DIXIE LImit 3 with $5. ordcrol r. .. Every egg Guaranteed Save Famrly SIze
Lemonds, associate professor of 7t I i
fine arts in the( College of Arts r 'as1LThMI ",. .
and Sciences. is its director., d
1 I. Ii .
The program! for the eveningwill
include an especially selected 50 Extra Top Value Stamps
group of tuneful negro: spirituals WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
fir) which the club is famous 1 N.. ON
On he lighter side will ChickenNOWAIID Croquettes Detergent GT. BOX 39,!
be portions! of the "Frostian iIeanis
6000 TNND MANCN etsT
Suit!" poems of Robert Frost +p*

net rangernenls to music of, well and known choral: folk ar 52 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE g SAVE 30# DETERGENT ., Limit 1 with $5, order or more ti t f 4' "

songs cf American and English
origin, as well as Show tunes of i I I GlafltFthB049x ?
Dodgers and Hammerstein. I
50 Extra Top Value Stamps
The Crncert is being sponsored WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
I by the Women's Society of ...... AeTO" FseziN. I SAVE 5* EACH THRIFTY MAID APPLE U. S. NO. ONE REGULAR WHITE
CtrMian Service of the Cocoa Green Peas
Beach: Methodist ,. 303
I --- Church- .-: AT caoo; ANY THRU MARCH' tl 'rW'HMp'xlt Sauce O O 2. Cans 25 1rt POTATO. E S.

If you have real estate I

I to sell, or if you are I $ r 1 0 u. 39/
;'I' 111 lAC
looking for choice real 50 Eitra Top Vjlus Stamps ---- J e i cans 1
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estate, use our S PNas PAN'aa/' FRESH' JUICY SUNKIST

columns BreadedMOysters SAVE 8* EACH CHICKEN OF THE SEA LIGHT MEAT / :
$ L emons DOZEN :2 7 4" ;
--- AT ANT Wl N.M.PIXI iimfmaaaBEEwm No. Yi
ilYovi 5' I Ii T una .000.CansSD ,

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Welcome Wagon IntirnitlonW,with pwSO
over 51)00) bodnsa, lea more Ii
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then thirty food years will In wpwlMc business*and Infotttrlnf WITH Extra THIS CDUPON Tap YalBe AND fURCFVSE Stamps OF I Shortening T'' II 1.. ,i .;
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I:; Doti't Store Left-Overs Sell1Em l. With A. Classified Ad TODAY'S BEST

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For Rent Help Wanted Mobile HorhbaTRAILERS Real testate

I INFORMATIONDEADLIER I and nice 3-bedroom home, large BUYS
) I p.m. Diy B (or. FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS, close :LrW 'U CL&RK-STENO; must ,hve' know. 1963 14 ft. TRAVEL TRAILER. corner, lot, pump. North of Titus-
4. ft FM. ft efficiencies, wtWtljr, BittnthlJ'' ledge of typing and shorthand, Sleeps 4 adults, $895, can be ville. Prieted $18,000, terms. Per-
I1P.A.M. tllloM :. PubIIOstIo; ra\es\ air conditioned 417 Julia' must be able to meet public ex- I financed 1 267.519(5( er 7-4Gdl.1. kiss Realty, 267-3940. 122-2 adjacent lots north of
Street. teltent working condititas, apply city. Each lot Is slightly over
WANT AD RATES City Hall :525 Palm Ave. 1 AcVttg
MOBILE; HOME OWNERS one acre In size and is priced
I mnt word >llX FOR RENT
par DUf at $2250 with I $850 down andbalance
LIVE RENT I at 8"'. over 5
must be 21. 2672475.1I0USEKEEPEt years.
2 BEDROOM AIRCONDITKNED) from tountry Club or lots with

ALLPATAfel.E CL.A8SU.J'ltJ Ito ADVANCE) AtI4 utility electric room kitchen. $130 yard, unfurnished heat maintenancefurnished. \ carporte$115.,, :; I 5933 or 2875380., LIVE In, 267. FREE E city to build sewage on. Call and Baker water t : 26 1.GEN JT3 room-14 acre home ranch needs with some 2 bed.repairs -

Except ICalabUlbed _Account* Call 267-8901. ASSISTANT VA 60 acres, high rolling with 30 fruit trees and
I Hill $20 down payment) and $20 a land and pins flatwoods, partly lots of shade trees High and
tU iin.d Dliplay Rat. ArillabU CLEAN NICELY furnUfteH. twin area, experienced. Send month will\ buy your own full cleared a bargain at $250 per dry and all cleared. This en
ba Riquut apartment. Adults. 267-5244. I resume of experience Box T, acre mobile home lot at beautiful cre. T. W. .Mero, Sanford 322- tire parcel with improve.
Tb 'lby t y*_rV l the I Star-Aclovcate. Christmas Park. Become 2481 for appointment.
)rIY\l"\ of riviilnc or r.Jtdlc, ments lying approx.) 500 ft.
ny tdvertlleinent which It' inMobjectlon HOUSES FOR) TMTLARGEUNFUR1SIIED I OFFICE WORKER, with\ tome your own landlord. More than from Route 46 and a short
*bl. and t. cbt0. tbcl < bookkeeping experience prefer ISO families now reside here. HOUSES FOR SALE distance from SlIms\ reducedto
ilflo0o\ o( anr dnrtlnmint Don't buy before you see for with
red. $18,950 $5000
3tbed 267-3343 for appointment. only
rrom tbal ordar d to conform
the policy of Ibis paper. a. I room tiduse. 2 tite baths, built yourself. Only a few lots left. SACRIFICE $6,000 equity for $2500on down.

Tba 8Ur-AdToc. will _0b.. in range. car port and utility Help WAnted CHRISTMAS PARK 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida
rtipomlbte for moreIi n on i Inf.olLr.ot."rUon -. \\\\lI.\ 7.i6 $. room with fireplace, double car
ft room $125 m Route 50 Cfiristmas, Florida 549-Over 3 acres with 200 ft. on
for.: any rr.o r'kHll.la tAfurtlM-1i MALI HELP 'WANTED porte and swimming pool. 267. U.S. No. 1. Good high land
m.ot. to a .r. t.r 'it the cost of the apses occupied by ped. F. and S
lbs tern 'e UI advertIiee0t.Busies. IKrrr.i\ 267-442) STATION ATTENDANT see Ceo- or SAVE 33"r TO V4 of comparable $18,500 with 29% down.

rge Simpson, Pacer Station, U.S. ALLEN REALTY construction. 2 bedroom, CBS,
.. Ortlee IS tbej, 81.... SEMI FURNISHED.\ 3 Bedroom\ 2 : ll1' l'tb. terrazzo, utility, carporte, overall 559-Two adjacent parcels on
Dla'' AM -G8n .. bath fenced yard, carporte, 2 Cocoa 636-3790 1,000 sq ft., A Bargain, U.S. No. 1. These parcels are
Offlc Hour 1:00: to S:30 utility rooms, 2676538 after 5pro 1824 YEARS OF AGE telephone, Directions 12 miles west of $5995, financing, 2677931 or 267- separated by Richey Road
tz car, that needs j job. After 7 p.m. 6037. which gives two useful corn-
I c10elr.iyaeoh....'hit WaIJ,....__ 2674236. Titusville on) Highway 50 at en. One parcel has 188 ft.
Anim l lj' HOUSE IN EDCJEWATER, Fla, Christmas, Fla.TRAILERS. QUICK CASH for your house equity frontage and the other 312 ft.
Children welcome. Lets M room "" \ul; didn't ANYBODY have t finger In Ihe dokel" ROUTE SALESMAN, cash bond re 267-3262. on U.S. No. 1. Both have 400
$60 per month unfurnished. Pfoone quired. Apply! between 2-6 p.m. ft. frontage on Richey Road.
AKC REGISTERED Chihuahuas: Mr. Fox, Garden 8-2212, New Foremost Dairies, Norwood Ave. SUITABLE FOR small business They are cleared and have
2928 South Hopkins Ave. 267. FOR RENT and home combination, 2 bed
Smyrna. .
been mowed. Priced
WITH\ recently
:3559! after S p.m. For RentWAREHOUSE For Sale county room, 1 bath. Kitchen equipped.
for immediate sale at $55
I FORREN7 OPTION to I usville licenses. Call Howard
or buy. ,
COCKER.POOS Mym Southern PlamMng Company $75 PER MONTH, at Rlverview 267.9940. per ft. 29% down. Can be purchased .
classy Ideal l, pop. bedroom home, near Parkwa;)
Trailer Court, no children. Rt. 50
ular, housedog 67-0750.() School and shopping center $10C 3 bags for $1. Mchots, Poultry compost -. 2677383. and U.S. Hwy 1. Titusville. SOUTH LAKE, corner house, 3 I separately.
monthly priced 10850. W. J. STORAGE SPACE m metal building Farm. Closed GRANTS) NEEDS salesmen\ for bedroom, $400 down, $64 rnonttily. -
Building & Const Realtor 267-3511.: Saturday. 267. ap. like Alachua 569-1100 ft. adjacent and northof
Smith on Nevins Court, rear of 2367. pliance and TV department.Guaranteed MOBILE HOME with home 4254 Ave. ,
Star-Advocate building. Available room added), on corner lot, very new Jess Parrish hospital.
ROOMY Tn \ stelarV pla* com mission.
MDY CONSTRUCTION residentlals. HOUSES Edgewater, I now. See II. II. Hud- OVERLOADED new, FROST. Company benefits, close In OH U. S. 1, $24 weekly, WHISPERING HILLS. Modern 9 Exceptional) site for shoppingor
commercial and remodeling Fla., $60 per month, unfurnish ton, at Star-Advocate. CLEAR 15 cU. ft. REFRIGERA; heajth fnsuranfce retirement group Intellectuals. 267.6441. room, 2 bath, swimming pool I medical center.
ed. Write owner, 3600 Surfstds I air (conditioned
12 years in Titusville. Licensed TOR/FREEZER. We must fireplace, deep
Terrace, Daytona Beach, Fla. move no experience) necessary TRAILER LOTS RENT
and bonded. FOR well. And an income apartmentover
Phone AM 72328. For Sale these NOW! Come in and talk to We will train. No( phone 701-Trailer park yielding an
UNFURNISHED. NEW 3 bedroom us before you buy anywhere. calls, interviews from 2 car garage and work shop.} extraordinary return inVestment
; I 85pm. I CHRISTMAS PARK acre tracts, Grounds on
Camping Hunting town house, tiled bath, central CHANNEL MASTER Antenna Home Furniture Company. Rt. 46Mims _Apply' _W. T. Grants, Pirtle Plaza $30 monthly, 267-3245. completely landscaped. however it requires -
and contain 120 trees bran
: mostly '
Fla Phone AM
heat and airconditioning, with or Systems. Installed 2495. 2673S77. 7-3565. -- mostly cash to pur
BUY OR rent a folding tent camp.Cr without range. Near Pirtle Plaza. :! I HANDYMAN WHITE, age no ONE ACRE trailer) space $34-'per ge, ptumosa palm and oak. chase. If interested, contactus
sleeps 5, stove sink icebox. $135 monthly 267-1928. NEW 1964 COLOR T.V. $359.50W. barrier. Some carpentry and month, children welcome. Applyto Near golf courte. Call 267-204) for details.
.- Double J. Campers. 2476 Old 30" ELECTRIC RANGE, $50; 1 T. plus service. BUy Em painting. 267-2711. '
R. E. \ 2 blocks
SpringMan off NEW
Dixie III IRC 2 bedroom like double bed $50. 267 4578. Wholesale. T.V. Service Center HOMES in Forest Hills, 3
i hw8', Phone 267.l84.Child new, no imall 50 Christmas Park.
children or pets. 267-6149.( 6-t 2115 Garden St., 2673883. Instructions' and 4 bedroom, all electric sod! 751-320 ft. commercial front.
Care MUCK, TOP SOIL, and fill Jrt. dod and landscaped' 10% down age on Hopkins Avenue. Proposed
t p.m.- Roy Roberts, 267-2845. WHY BUY used appliances that Motor S ooter For Sale and low monthly payments. $ U. S. 1 site for new
t OFFICES FOR RENT has been demonstrated for, SPEAK GERMANPrivate Chewnmg Construction Company, Quality Court Motel is to the
CHILD CARE anbY Hour, day or ELECTROLUX, WITH power months on the floor at high,, 1959 LAMBRETTA. motor scooter 2676789. rear of this Owner
week : River Heights.I OFFICE SPACE. Good location mote for 2 months old. property.
carpets, less
prices when you can get the ap- Groups than 5,000 miles $125 firm will consider At.
AM 7-5766. 1.2or 3 room offices. AM 7-5728. $60 paid, assume balance. 267. pliance I you want wholesale and 1 Free Trial Lesson price. Call 267-5303 after 5 p.m. TWO HOUSES I in Edgewater Fla. tractively priced dividing.for use.
5637. In the cirton with service I from a' TunslatlOnstxper Near stores. Cash $400 and $120 ,
For Rent BEFORE YOU DECIDE See per month for both. Write Owner -
dealer know. T.V. Service
you enc InterpreterCall Moving Storage
this downtown\ Titusville office. 110 WINCHESTER, single shot, Center, 2115 Garden St., 2673883.. 3600 Surfside Terrace, Daytona 749-2 business lots in good location
FOR RENT Air-conditioned, heat, parking, with accessories. $20. 267-0730 Mrs. Nelon 2676658 LOCAL AND LONG distance Beach, Fla. in Indian River Cityon
$96.i C. B. Davis, Realtor, Orlando -EvenIngs. FENDER PRECISION electric movers. Hopkins Avenue. Well' .
nite-day! CH 1-3336 Titus- Moving. storage, packing, SACRIFICE, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
Floor Sanders Polishers\ ; base guitar. Blonde finish with Insurance cold fur worth the price of $7500.
shipping, crat
Phone AM 7-3255 villa\ 267-7840. LIKE NEW bedroom suite, 3 piece accessories, plus fender leather 1 storage central heat, a/c make offer.
ing. Free estimates. 267-3341.
living room set, 4 chair dinette 267-1260.
ROOMS FOR liNT case. Base guitar list price $279; RUSSELLINSIYRANCE Brevard Ridgeway Mayflower. 831 Quality home
set, See at Martin's Mobile near shop.
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET I' Homes 1224 No. U.S. Hwy 1, guitar case, list price $60; wort! I $$750 DOWN, 3 bedroom, air con I ping center m Indian River

Baldwin Shopping Center NICE ROOM private home, for' north of Overpass. 2673081.. near $350 condition.sacrifice Call at $200.Ron, 267 Excellent I Plumbing Supply ditioned, double carporte and City. lias 3 bedrooms, 1 bath,
men 1203 Pine St. Inc. family room. Mr. Evans. 267. city water and sewer, plus
0331 or 267-7135 after 7
APARTMENTS FOR RENT SOUTH LAKE, Maytai fcasher p.m. 3267. many extras. Ample lot size,
machine 4 cost tell 1 2001 Ave.Phone
cycle t229. So.
FURNITURE 3 rooms of fIne Washington 90 x 120. Priced at $15,750
can be prlv.b1.5759.\ for $100 new., ,4254 Alachua Ave. pre-cast concrete, steel rein LARGE 3 BEDROOM, bath and
with $3000 down and
._. furniture. 8 pie $ bedroom suite pay.
GIRL WANTED too share Vt, $300 down. $85
house in Titusville2670439) .new CLEAN ROOMS for working men. JOB TRANSFERREDlad 7 piece dinette all only $13.83, 2676720Investrhehr forced., ,630 state-lpproved 735 gals 'sizes and 1000 S40gals. Wessner Realty, 2677125.monthly. Call ments of $87, per month.

267-02)4. ( to move out of town. Take per month. Decor' Furniture, 206; gals.I Grease Sir i installed, tanks
2 BEDROOM DUPLEX unfurnishcd i over balance on furniture. Call N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian Rlv-j Property. GARDENDALE 3 BEDROOM 865-3 bedroom 2 bath home
: ROOM WITH private bath and\ private City. Phone 2677613. ] pumped and cleaned, drain fields
child er
1 i $90 monthly.I $25 home completely furnished. north
Adjustors at 2675735. relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman just of city limits. Has
entrance, 1 or 2 shIn, phone .
damage deposit. Call 267-7586 2000. Take
2672090. Septic Tanks, Inc.. Phone AM 7- Over payments.. several extras including a
before 11 a.m. and after 9 p.m. DOUBLE BED with Hollywood Help Wanted INVESTMENT PROPERTY 4421. P. O. Box 2016, Titusville, Phone 267-3256, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. deep well and 2 utility rooms.

UNFURNISHED SUITABLE for ROOM( WITH private bath and re- frame, quilted turquoise head I Florida. 4 *!! BRENTWOOD Priced at $14,600 wtih $2600
board. Make offer. Phone 267- SALESLADY (1)) EXTROVERT on
refrigerator, $15 week, phone down and $82 per month
1 refrigerator per Here are 12 rental units. 4 well pays
person swimming planned models
267-4184 before 6 5612. 1608 Diane Drive. salesman ((1)) Retired or part-i, Position Wanted are now all.
pool privileges, in Whispering p.m. time Public Relations type sales Close in and no vacancies. open. Brentwood Estates Is minutes
Hills. 267-7661. ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen priv. SMALL UPRIGHT and contacts, on commission from downtown Titusville\ ,
ileges, TV and washer. AM 7. I piano completely reconditionedand basis. For interview write S. Only $81,000 with 12# West ton Garden Street. FHA t 887-Beautiful executive type
2283 after 5 p.m. refinished. Terms to suit. Orvis Jr., P. O. B.ox: 835, Mel. down and balance 25 years. DEVELOPERSReal VA, 23-4 bedroom homes, from estate just 1000 ft. north of
PALM HOUSEAPARTMENTS I KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC bourne, Fla.FEMALE. $85 monthly I includes every city limits. Has a beautiful
SLEEPING ROOMS and ttaAn 2126 W. Tropic 267-63M Estate SalesmanMan thing. 267-7142 Or NE 68385. large home placed among
tIes for rent. 801 Onega St. 267. HELP WANTED CALL WESSNER REALTY and wife team Qualified citrus groves and high oak
\, I ROTOTILLtR, 3 liP and attach trees. Shown by appointmentonly.
-140o.--\ ments. 355 West Coquina, Indian RECEPTIONIST FOR doctor's of. 267-7125 ta take full charge of Sales & j .
NEWLY FURNISHED air conditioning River City. fice. Send resume to Box D, Process VA and lilA Papers COntinued on Nut' PegsMoving
Some Furnished TV, Maid service $30 I Star-Advocate. '
Children Welcome! weekly. 2327 S. Washington or ''I COFFEE FREE Mobile Homes Through Mortgage Company. 847-Lease with option to pur
call 26T-M07. Best in town with sandwiches, pie CLERK-TYPIST. WITH accounts Write J\I.G.U.\ 205 Willow Ave.. 'I chase. Nice 3 bedroom 1 bath
: or $1 purchase. 46 p.m. City receivable experience preferred, Merritt Island Fla. home, paved street, city water
Titusville, So. U. S. 1 LOW rates clean rooms for work Rexall. for old established company. TRAILERS FOR SALES and sewer $100 per month.
men 103. Call 267-6183. Many fringe benefits. Call: 267- I ? Purchase price $8350. If option .
REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS, :5900 for interview. $ FT. x 10 ft. 2 bedroom mobile is exercised one half of
tEGAL PADS Big supply. 35c ADDING MACHINE' ROLLS, only washers, dryers (almost any home, screened in patio. $2300 ENVELOPES!: Business Sizes I rental to apply to down pay.
,25t each nt t'l'!: btar-Advocat ISo cacti at the Star-Advocitr make). Buy Em Wholesale plus WANTED PART-Time Bookkeep. equity' for $1,000 and take over for mailing.! Full stock at Star. ment of $500. Owner will
Office, Offic. service. T.V Service Center, ers for 3 to 4 hours In the evening payments. 2677186. Advocate. LOW ,-. LOW RATES !II 1 make allowance on painting
: If interested please send
2115 Garden St, 2673883.
inside and out.
I I resume to Personnel Manager, TRAILER WITH home-like addit
LEGAL PADS Big Supply, at Post Office Box 82. Titusville, ion. Close In town on nice lot. Quality Service
SEE the Star-Advocate Office. Florida. Only experienced book. Total price, $1450.: Phone 267. I BUILDERS 755-Approx.) 100 ft. from ocean.
OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE keepers need apply. 6441. Compare Our Rates Two 2 bedroom apartmentsand

a one bedroom apartment
I SEE TIlE NEW 1964 Free Estimates all completely furnished

SUBDIVISION ABOUT SMILES SKYLINE WANTED corner paved street with extra on-
HOME 51 :x 10, 2 bedroom, $3995.
: NORTH OF NOVA I BUDDY "FOREST HILLSESTATES" I Lowest Interstate Rates From SO x 100 ft. lot. Located
In New
Brevard County I I I Smyrna Beach. Ap
:t Featuring: 50 x 10, 2 bedroom $4195. prox. rentals $400 month.
(Cape Canaveral Project j ) and near New Smyrna Beach approximately Fully furnished in modern decor. F'OGARTYBros. Priced at $20,000 per and shown
2230 acres starting 500 feet West of U. S. Highway Free delivery and set up. Long ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT by appointment only.
1 for sale as a whole at an avenge price of about $600 per I term bank financing. Lot Transfer, Inc
Per !
t LARGE 75' x: 110' '. LARGE POOL acre. Part or all cf 2500'; of adjoining I U. S 1 frontage 500' deep MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES $3000
available at $50 per foot if included with acreage sale. Some adJoining I Skyline and Buddy Dealer CHAS. JANNARONETitusville CALL COLLECT! : Why Pay More?
LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUTTLEBOARDHORSESHOES Hwy. to Indian River frontage and other lands available. 1224 No. U. S I, No. of Overpass Shopping Center Cocoa NE 6-0713
For details this "buy" see Titusville 267-3081 Eau Gallie 2543133
on AM 7-3441 I M -3 bedroom 2 tiled bath.

: WATER Etc. S. O. SHINHOLSER, JR., Realtor MOONLANDMobile Brand new setting in pictures .

1501: N. Peninsular, Box 472 ue landscaped lot with
GA 88141 New Beach lots of beautiful shrubs. Air
Home Sales
"North Brevird'i Oldest Real' Estate Service" conditioned by Westinghousewith
$95 DOWN $35 QUALITY HOMES AND ;. 1 central heat. Kitchen equipped .
MONTHLY SERVICE e2z1 with bar and l complete
CwatJ set of beautiful l cabinets and
u.s. I North of Overpass WestlhjT' dse Cent I 11\ e n t a 1
( TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville) go north on SYDNEY SCHWARTZ REALTOR Titusville 267-5695) Range. Extra large utility
U.S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more room.Urge enough for your

mile to our entrance on right. For free information workshop' and laundry. Gracious .
Call 237-5586. 23 ft. living room with 8
"BEST BUYS"COMMERCIAL ft. sliding glass doors withwhite
terrazzo floors makes
DRIVE AFTER WORK this home one of the most
1, INVESTIGATE this real house Value. Three bed- utstanduiij values In BrevardCbirnty.
AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK BUILDING: For lease, Offices & Ware- rooms, (large master bedroom) with \two deluxe Priced at $13$50 with
28 60 ft. bldg. Lot 150 O only $m down. cad today and
house air-conditioned x: x baths. Huge carpeted living room. Two air conditioning let us show you this fine

150, additional building (1068 sq. feet) in rear. I units. Efficiently arranged kitchen with home. Ready for Immediate

APARTMENT SITE: Frontage on three streets, City JESS W. CHILDRE' dishwasher and disposal. Double carporte with occupancy.

AsssesNow Open water and sewers, Zoned R-3, positively the best UlkDKNACREAGE extra large utility room. Fenced yard; well and

1'1 buy in town $15,000. I pump for irrigation. This home is situated on nice 8

((1 t WAREHOUSE: 24 x 40( CBS, practically new, roll-up beautifully landscaped lot in one of Titusville's

; steel door, close in, will rent for $75.00 per month. it prime residential communities. The owner is're.

t. Chickasha Mobile Homes I financing this loan through FHA at no cost to buyer.

CORNER OF U. S. No. 1 So. end Brevard Street, Busiest Price $$19,900 with legal low FHA down payment. DANENBURG
corner in Titusville, Total of 333 feet street front I

\ SALES DIVISION AND LOT age, Nice House and Zoned B-2 A steal 2. We have several nice FHA acquired properties that
$17,000. are being remarketed. Call for Information.

ri; S. No. I 2 miles North ot Mint at Rocket SYDNEY SCHWARTZ Realtor 200 acres, North cf Mints, one mil
of River frontage one mile of & 1914 South WashingtonAM
Motel Phone AM 7-3097. 1141 S. Hopkins Ave. railroad frontage. Only $650 per l'Jan.Conwa'J lA/inltead, *Jnc.

Open 7 days 9 A.M. until 7 P.M. Titusville Florida 8 t acre, terms, 7-3858
AM 7-6100 or 6101 Call Mr. Floyd R. Stone with Where buyer and seller expect

L "A LOT MORE FOR A LOT LESS" EXPERIENCE( DOES COUNT I J W,AM hUdr 7-2541. Realty Dial AM ,. 2011 Day Night OT Holidays and. gel better and faster wrriee'Pe \

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I. Star-AdvocateClassified Ads: PUBLIC NOTICES ,

t Services It TUP fltCt IT CUCIIT OP TUB I ln( I fadlua of 221132 feet, thence and wlf MARY HAMROCK is Tin: ciutiiT COCK: or TUB IN TilE OR'l:1T I : ( OCR Of TUB
\ Continued From Freceediog Page Used Cars & Trucks HIMu nouiiL tiiuiir. INAM run Northerly' 13i"8.tT feet lone said TAKE') NOTICE that t Declarallon 1IXTH! JtalllltL: CIKCLIT: IV !NINTH .11'" II.. CIMdlT IN
) .'tllI Hrlr.all tOLNTVrlllRIIM. ;,; ur.a lam. a e.rural aiifK al t'01 ot Taking hai been fuel I In \M rOK HRKVKD: ('OL: NT\'. I .kNl I> rllit ItKrt 5555 ('Ol' tT>
ROOFLNG. PAINTING: additions. 0 1;I Real and general repairs All work 1950 CHRYSLER; 1958 l ly LOW Ml. lisassrIcs North mi-UJJ" 02a.t: IJIti.IIU, feet to l ieneeo, t heucqu rIng autnorlly ot I t II t>t kKT; NO tTIMI !_ WIWF6T
Estate mouth $60; 1954 Oldsmobile convertible 1 OK HlTlB M'lSTATh IB. North iMiumiury. o' maid, Section Idea proiaedlnire I of Ike taking: of soncr: TO nr-rrxn: : SIDE FEDERAL SAVINGS:'
guaranteed, free estimates licensed 2676998 KOAt DFPAHTMhNT Of M. al a paint 147,111 I feet Went at Ih the above..riheit. Innrii. lor tae I Ipur" DOLORES. EDDLEMA1: ANtI LUAV AttfcOCIATION; Of
HOUSES FOR SALE and bonded. 2673411. FLORIDA s. Agency ft the mate Northeast corner. IhrrvofContaining ", .. ..1 forth In lb< Petition. In Plaintiff NEW YCIKK (,St a .orpornilonortanlnel ,
at Mono. JJ,uo mrrn, mart' or lea. thi caum. vii Ai rlnnl at way" for ,. andjxl Ing under the
1957 CHRYSLER Imperial Crown, PaUllonrrl OWN* DRY: AlBKrYJ: fc.UA8Tru : a portion nf Road No' 0 EDWARD W EDDLEMAN lei ef the nltnl tata of Arriefpuiitnrr. -
4 BEDROOM 2 bath, new low PAINTINGDECORATING $600 good condition 267.0972. .. .U81 -. I-lOt), In. 1 "v lr"'l.CO riorlilaanil I Defendant Ie..
down payment. Nicest section in !. N. BELCHER tt ti* I tutor: TO: Mortgage reworded loot the Honorable William TO: Tt Edward W. Eddi.mas l ,
!30' FIAT 500, (convertible excellent nc. *ndanh In n. K. Rk Tl. pale Ml In favorof Aartdire. on. of the Jnilirea nf 0'1 Oeiaearnent. :J04 tomrnunl.cation 'VILAWRFVCE- I .
Tituaville. Forest Hills. 2673564 NOTICF OF EMINENT DOMAIN 5-', M. rorlenWiy \\'. h lortenbrrr Circuit Court of use Nliun ,' Hit! (AKC8!) SprIngfield L CROWL artrt I
andPAPERHANGING condition reasonable, call aftrr l'nOC.I'DINO' : ?. C .K t'ort.nb.r.y. I. A. Circuit rf r'lort,la, will on the Nib I Municipal Airport Oblo ANNA MAKIP CROW hi. Wit,
LUXURY LIVING, new brick 3 p.m. 267-5995. IN TIllS NAME AND BY TUB I rort..nlwrry, Imllvldu.llv .ocl ihiInn day of March. AU. lit.... at 4 o'CIOCMPM Notice la hereby given thai a and TIDhWAPFH: I-;:NCI VLhliUNU!:
veneer, 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath, Ai'THuKll Of' islE STATK UKrLOIUDA builnmi .. Fortenbeiry Iont.r- .. In the Branch Courthouia alKotkleilKp complaint for divorce sal toel filed CONTRACTORS INt a orpor-
built in and dishwasher 1959! FORD pickup F600, Phone 1"1..... and Carol' Ann bontnberry. .Horlla toimliler ink! I afalnat you by the plaintiff la tha atloa. "
range oven C. H. Frizzell 267.2845 weekdays. TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CON. minor. Moltln. M. toronbrrry Declaration: of Taking. .,pela. apuralaera aoova atyled court and you are Defendant I.
and disposal intercom 1120 Johnson St. 267.3747 noon CERN. and to all fwraon and p.rl> OunntUn .hl l Carol Ann torrnbrrrr .-' I nnl,I make Kb order aa I hereby. r. ,utn with AM and FAI I radio centraloil I Ion tlalmlnc or aavln any right a minor the Court 1 .' mnp. .: All l partlealo your aniwrr and \ < I...HK tit' ( lilI III' lOl KU
heat and airconditioned REMODELING \ I960 FORD convertible 6 cylinder till. Intareat .aalat. mor fn.. or SRi) No H'Jl)! 1192 lot.' the lull and I all partloa Interested. William Woo,lion.Pj 5 P. U 1f8orl1t Notice II hireby given thai the' }
IMMEDIATELYdone standard transmission good top othvr Urn to or on thorn otrtaln par- RIOHT OK WAY may appear anil be hoard al the rau: blue. Florida, attorney for unaendgned Hnn Curtla R SIarnueClert
wood burning fireplace wall to all kinds. 267.0680 evenings and tirei 267-4362 after 5:30: p.m. cell l ot land hereinafter. ....crlo..d..nd UIMIfH ACCESS lime antI place: ileminated the plaintiff and file the original ot the Circuit Curt ofUreTard 1
wall carpet double car garage, days 2670890TV the following peraona tocrthor That part .f: You and each of you. are. hereby. I ......., or pleading m (ha Office of County. Florida I will, on..51m7th
fully landscaped, corner lot, '61 FORD V8 automatic 2 door with all unknown .,..eo.. claiming I.ot, 114 anti I 1:1. In. .Section 1flTownnhlp comminile.l lo appear by filing an the Clerk ef the Circuit Court atTltuevllle day of April 1UM at it u clock I
the brent door of the
Aniwer to the Petition heretoforefiled Brtvarri County Florida. AM.. at
SERVICE by. through or under kaown peraona 22 Soulh. Hana-o ail
$27,500 For appointment 267. CENTER sedan radio heater. $200 takeover who sri (dead or who art not .:1\01. according to the put of la thli auie emttleo I .n or before tba Z7lh day of March Hrevard County Courthoua In th,* !
1928 3883. Home service calls only payments. 2671825. known to be claad or allvtt Ti't.c, 'ille Fruit anti, Firm L.nl. Court on or before: 1.1'2.: .' 19(14:: lo 194! If you fall to do .0. a Decree City of Tlluivllle\ f'lorl la. ">ff-T fur
$2.95 with this ae!. All repairs ------ hk.CTlOV!: 702-0' -114 STAT!! ROAD ('mpnnjr Subdivision .. recorded how what right, title. Intercut or I'ro Cont..." will b. taken. acaln.it .1.l and aell at public oui.'ry.. to tluthlgheat I
LOTS FOR SALE! guaranteed in writing for 90 K MERCURY' 2.door, new paint, 9 (cI.Y) HHrVARIl COUNTY In flat Hook 2. page 29 ofI llena you or aay of TOtS have In you for.the; rillef demanded In tb.compl.lnl. following and deacrtbed beat bidder.property tor' .b.alt lha a-
anti lo tha abova-ilenrlbail landt
NAMES: A ADDHkadBl: I he I ubll Kecorda of llr.vnrcl
days. rice and clean Reasonable, call Carol Ann Fortab.r17, a minor rountr. Florida and ahow" ,'BUM why lbs aarnahnull Thin none iha.II be publlihadonce ) ald la Mrevard County t'lorld.l: ,-

ATTENTION BUILDERS 6 lots 267-2693. e/o Maltla 1 M Fortennerry, (vine within im feet of the l not be taken for the men. aol I Ipurnoaea a week for four conaecutlv Still I!
aurvcy 1-S.
INCOME TAX and bookkeeping aet forth In the 1 rtltlonflleil : weekt In the Tltuarlll StarAdvocata Lot 2. Block M. Section
Uuarllan I line of 1-tata" Road I Section' "
9 ( 95) :
as is, $2200 each. Shady Oaks service, Resident 2673518 1958 PONTIAC f good running condition Route 1, tio,< 24 7"2'O. aid. aurvry. lln* beIng)J.. dccrlbel .. herein.WITNESS. ION HOWKi, :according OAKDFM1 tn plat bUUUlVlt-thereof. '

subdivision, large storage ware Office 2673751 H Burgess & fairly clean, with aircon VVeiaon Mlaslaalppl .. followa, Hrfln on lh. my SlantS anti I the Soul I Don. and Ordered at Tltuavlll. .. record.,1 la Plot Book Tt,
house and small house included. Associates. ditioning. $295 287.4357. 8RD No. 1031: M92 South boundary of Section. 30. of nuts Court nn thli \ttth day of Florida. Ihll 181b doy 01 February, Par* III. Habile Re,'ord. it Ufavard '
Call owner 267-5963 Mary Hamrock Tovnlhlp 2.1 South' Hang 86 Fait, March, Al 1>, I Ml. 1 1M4 County. FloridaTOOETHh.ll .
INCOME TAX returns prepared 4 WHEEL DRIVE Jeep Station Ji'16 Maihewt IloaitYuungitown at a point 147000 feet Weil fromtill CURTIS R. nARNP4ILtHK 8Curtla R Burma. Clerkof WITH: Raleigh 43'.
Ohio Soiih eautcorner thereof. run : (IF TUB (-I I RCt'IT I the Circuit Court gallon wali-r heater Model. Not.
LARGE LOT for multiple dwelling Phone 267 3183. $3.00 and up. Wagon, 1960 A.1 condition $1200. BUD No. liWl. 10$.I. 109.1 thence North 09'l.I'23" Fa.l 1289.2S cot'itr.| IV AND KHHHH Ily V. 8. Sn.neler.! D.C. MR-W-B: Peerleaa. wall heater '
: or community business $200 267.3535 or 4422. Thomat llamrook3U15 feet to the end of said .urve y line., :VARI) CDUVTVM 1 (CIRC I'IT COURT ".:A I.) 3&OUU HTtT Model No. Wr'.96. '
down, $35 monthly. Also can finance POINTING expert, reliable and : :Malhawa StoatS Ihen,... for the purpone of a .OH 11)A11V I 8/J William WoodnonJ All permanently. Initalleil '
building. Inquire 267.1481. satisfying work. Estimates glad. YounfHtown, Ohio llnue North .mld22" ttl.4.lr1I .) ; : liertla Hall WilliamVood.on purauant 10 the final, decree, ; of forecloaure -
AM\ fliRT No. insi, IOU, ions feel lo the North boundary of laid Deputy Clerk Attorney for Plaintiff entered I In a caae pending In
ly. 1.0718.INCOME RUCTION 1I.J02I04: ) STAT: ROAD Mectlon JO, at a point, 147U feet. West (1'1.' : A Id> P. 0 liox 1171 .lll' (ourS, the style of wbl..h la
Real Estate Wanted ( II.Y I ) IIKI>:VARU COUNTY from the North. corner theraof. JANEt! J. RKIIARD8ONHillanl rau:. flalHe.. florid Weat. Hide Feileral Snvlnri tintS
TAX RETURNSby WANTED any condition. UFSCItllTIONS: Containing 4 477 .t'..... more or lena. liullillng I re.*. M Mar. 4. 15. II (Wed) 1M4 Loan AMOclallon ot New York

telephone or appointment Spinet grand upright or what sits No. 1'KII') 1012RIOHT (MVNMJ BT: JOHFPH K. YA9K: Tallnhaiup/ Florida City a corporation organlaeil' I antI
:INTERESTED IV 3 bedroom : : have you. 261.1931.Wanted OF WAY KO and wife KU.A N. TARbLKO (It Cnunwl for the Petitioner. IN TIlE: IIRIIT ( nt HT Or'TIIK.NINTH : xlitlng 1 tinier, the lawa of tha United

house, small equity or good buy Licensed, trained, experiencedR. IIMIfrD: ACCbKS t! I &HJhcT! TO: MOHTOAUB recorled I _I'tln. II, III 2S Apr t (Wed. UII4IN \ 1 VNI COIN Jlmtlll HHMAHII. IKll< ..111'fI.:' \I. Slalee of America. veraua Lawrence .
W. Copeland. 267-0274() That of In O R. Hook 4UJ 113 L. Crowl anti Anna MerleCrowS
in new house Titusville 267- part pair : .
To THr: tITI.iliTin; I Kl OK IIHI
BuyAIR Tidewater KncIneerlng
bla wife
nat -
of 8WH in favor of LEON ALLEN; and :
7193 NVV, at BWS ; WH VMr.HI: \ 'fi 0. Ulna
SINGER SEWING Machine Co. wife 8ABRA 141'tSTiit 1,10 I Ml. 4IHIIII' IXM C Inc a corporation
Lot 4, :
of 8W' and Government NOTK K: (>r SCSiJAMES wr'u 'r
sales and service Pinking shears 1-2 ton and that part of the NH of NW FOR DEED re. .\ > fOK IIHrVtim I U' NT), II 1t-:ID. and which la21UMC
CONDITIONER phone I : .. .
North of the South line of tooled In 0 R. nnnk 811.1 page /Ml\ t KKII \ PlaIntIff '
Services etc. ibarpened. Phone AM 7- 267-2952. U IIrant In Hectlon In favor of THOMAS HAM HOCK nmiDARNFTT WITNESS my haml anti official
the Urleiplna V.-
2244 SMITH opal of ..t.. Court tbl* 17th day orM.h
27. and the Wb of NW4 of JO ANN REID .
BRICK, BLOCK and cement work. USED AUTOMOBILES, City Auto Section 84. All In TownshIp 23 1'lalntlff I I Defendant.
FREE LP bottled gas Installation. Farts AM 73686. houth stane 55 Eat H'TTY TOt: JO ANN REID: ( / CURTIS R BARNF8CI '
Free estimates.. Verger Construetion 209 N. V S. No. 1, Titusville. :lying within 150 tOrt of the survey : LOU SMITH Sill N. Cleveland .fc.RK CIRCUIT COUKlKRFVARD
AM 7 5728. Suburban Gas Service. Sine ct state StoatS S II-.5)). Hectlon Defendantxnhicsc Albany Georgia COUNTY
Propane Want To TradeCAR 70220: .Id aurvry line being dfrrlbed .. : or *iirTOlIIPlrr YOU ARK!! HFRMir: ': NOTIFIED F1OHIDAHY .4
'COOK'S WELL DRILLING: Servo 267-6411. .. followa: LOU SMITH whoarculuenta that a ault for divorce haa be.n : V, 8. Spongier .
ice licensed insured work Brim ln on the. South boundary nfHectlon and lilreai are filed eillnat you In th* Circuit' Deputy llerkOREQORY '
guar. FOR any kind of garage 34 Township 23 South, "' lourt if. the. Ninth Judicial. Circuit COCHN PANIHLLO4i
anteed. 267 3245. Used Cars & Trucks equipment, air compressors Itanga 36 fcaiu),:18U point S 150.IT feet TAk: 'UoiICK THAT A stir In anti for lirevanl. County FlorIda. Jackann KtreetTampa
East from corner ban been flhtl agalnai you In 111Mntu entitled JAMES II >. Plaintiff I Florida :
INCOME TAX jacks, grinders etc. 405 Hopkins, thereof. thence. North 00'U'8S" rrJI: I ICban..ry al: %
returns accounting run JulIcl..1"Ult in ami tot Va JO ANN : Defendant.: Mar. IS (Wed ) I IIi
and system service C.F Assoc 1951 PACKARD SEDAN radio and 267 1520 Weat SIT.1.1 feet to the beginningof llravarU Cuunty. .rlorlla and pots No. 2788)1) You are hereby ----- -- -.: ;- I
heater $80. See at 21 a curva concave to the Wenterlynl are hereby. ununonvd.. orilircd anti
lates. 267-0271() runs good. require to acrvlo a copy of M TICr I : OK FIIII5C5.IM1StCablE I
baring a radlua of 84J7747 required to file writien. An .
East Main or 267 5412. Wanted To Rent your your answer or other .rlllen d. HtlrMK Or tllUJr"rol
feet theme. run along mid curvethru user or ilrfennea to tha Complain fenaea to lha Complaint filed Herein I (' HT
central angle of 2'U OIl" a tasso a'roRv.wDEaL flleil herein agalnit In III. I
a you upon Juatlce. McCarey Travera, Hr.Kt.HY OlofJtNth.L
51 CHEVY good condition, dependable FURNISHED 2 or 3 bedroom distance of 1340 feet to the. end. nf above intlileil: iaue In the office I P. U llox M Cocoa a Beaih FlorI NOTICE IS Curti. li.
the underlined
SHH '! KEEP IT QUIET for local transportation. house. 267 2624. curve., thence run North 1'.III'8S":. of the Clerk of the circuit l Court I Isand I I 1.1., attorney. for iMalntltf, and to Bamea. Clerk of th* Circuit Court
Call 2675456. West 300417 feet to the /North' fir lanyard County tlorlila. .1 file the ordinal thereof. In the of. I at Brevard Florida, will
TOP VALUENO I boundary of laid flection J4 at a hi. offloe In tba Court, 110".. I I. tie of the Clmk of the Circuit Court County of March 1D64' at
th nIb day
COUPLE DESIRES furnished point 3033 feet. East from the Northwest Tlluivllle bravard County, Hurl,I a. an *
of Ilravnrd (County 10.101.. on *r door nf thaCnurthauaa
TRAILER TOTER Ford 11:00 AM.. the east
STAMPS but 1948 I corner thereof. thence continue on or before I n. and day of Apr I :
apartment or home Monthly before the 26th day of March A O. of H In
good condition. Reasonable 267 basis Call 267.3411, North a'26'38" We.t W820) feet to 1963 FORD A.D. 1UK4; and lo aarva a copy ot 11)64 tha City of Tttuavlllx.r-'I'rd'i\t: :; .
tho Nuat: boundary of lIactl.n 2S.f loch Anawer or lefenaea porn foiWatann .,
$23,000 IS THE OWNERS2OST 3577. HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Dart** to r.ai000, 4 nell at Public outcry'
35 E.t, i'Ulntlf hereIn
GARAGE SINGLE or double for a n': raf3S.I'Jlh'(: .Range North from Gax. "'390" 4 on the Floor Sb o.eaidre.* la atlorne/y VJn: North. Pro Lonfeaao will .ho entered ...111. to lb. hlgheit. antI, beat bidder'foreaah .
FOR THIS 59 CHEVROLET 2 door auto. for several the iouthe aatrorseref.a il Section Magnolia, 1. Orlando Morlda o at you for tha relief prayed for Inaalrt the following deacrlhed property
transmission 267.5792. private workshop Low Miles t.r : Complaint.DOMB I I iltuat In Orivard County. ,
2S! continue North 22831' West or bifore I data, It you full t
months. 267.5674.Work AND! ORDERED at Tltua-
YOU CAN TRADE YOUR 2405.58 feet to the beginning. of a do 10 a Decree Pro Confaiaa win Florida 'o-wlt:
VIII. Florida t..lo M day ot Feb. certain Iota. piece airpnrceia
to the Eaaieriy hay- ba entered agalnat for the All these
Remember Cllrv. cont'.ve you relief
$$2695 .
TITUSVILLE HOME FOR pay your Paper Boy Wanted demanileu In the Complaint riiary A D 1W4COUHT of land altuate lying anilbelag
YOU AHH FURTHER : ( In Brevard County. Fbi'Ida.
I that. the nature of tna suit la a putt more particularly dtacrlhedlot"
Located in Pinehurst TYPING: OF ALL KINDS, photo. for dlvorca matrlmonll a vine,il. Clerk ot thu Circuit Court for I ..

venient to all schools Area and shop.con. Home or Trailers stat work copy work can makeup NICE 3 BEDROOM 1962 DODGEDart from the Dettiiilant and permanent, and care for an thtemporary I Br H.rtle Cnunty Hall Florid ;: TO Block CROWN 27 FIRST IlblUHTft8UBDIVUIOX AnnITION -

to 300 (copies easily manu euDlody of the nnrchildren. Deputy Clerk a* recorded in
ping bus transportation etc. 4 Awnings Cabanas Carports script typing neat accurate, reaaonable HOMES 2 Dr., St. Drive, Alella Deborah Kay SmIth Jeia Feh in. Mar 4, 11. U WI"( ) 1M4IN Plat Book 13. Page Ill. PubUflRecord .,

bedroom 2 bath built.ins Fla Call 267.3751,, nites 267- llarnett Smith, and June MurSmith of Ilrevard County.Florlla. .
Utility Screened Fla. Has Had Care. together. with hooter '
TII t. IIH4I? ( (staT OP Tin: ..
rm., dining rm, living rm. modern Rooms. 6253. h Hour From Cape Iba name of the Court In which 14,lv: Ill Jtllllltl. IHIIir I SIb' permanently Inalalled
kitchen 2 ton air condo fenced $$1295 thin lUll has been InitltHtedt I. rLIII No Down I If f have real estateto CUSTOM REALTY Ireult C.urt of the Ninth Judlcla 5.14055 t'SaI'NT Pond oauruentr retl I oacaie
landscaped, 18 x 34 pool. Money you Ircult: In anil for Hrevarl Counttlnrldai II. ( M \NI'Jr.R' Ml. .1 uftll Ins In aald Court the atvle of wSI.hIa .
and the, abbrevlited title ci l PENINSULA:/' NATIONAL
Offered for sale or trade at discount t-UP: TO YEARS.TO'PA YIN sell, or if you ,are CORNER LEE ROAD thin cauaa 10' llAHNf tt SMITH. LOU NELLIE'IOTII'Tn l In.rt.1U: : OF CK.UAKHURfCT. Ni.W VOXK.ve .
1 1962 TEMPEST Plaintiff vt RETrY: LOU WMITt' MOatLtrPlaintiff VIRGIL P. WFFD. and I*. doc...
, price of only $17,950. looking for choice real l & TiWY 1M2 Uefenlanl chancery No. HUT v.. ".. number la IT7il"

Brevard Awning WITNtriM my band anti I the. of- HARRY EARL MO ELJlY.: WITNESS my ban I antI ,fflelal
Campbell Associates, Inc. estate use our classi- WINTER PARK final! teal of a.ld Court In Hntvariounly 1 Defendant eat ef mid Court tbl* lUlls da.> of
REALTORS Sales Phone 644.0021 ( I Plorlila I this. Brd day o TOl HARRY CARL MOKM/.ftKrHlt March 19(14(
I I fied columns. .1.1r Auto, Radio and Heater, March A U 1!,HCIUCUIT ; >BNCF: NKNOWN (Circuit,, Court Real)
210 S. Washington 267.732$ 287.6333-TITUSVILLE Plus Bucket Seats ( COURT HEAL) NOTICE Id HFKbHY!: lIVEN Curtla R Hurnei
tuitla H. Harnei
that a Complaint for Divorce h.. Clark of Circuit Court
Clerk. of the Circuit Court Hall. "
been filed avnlnit you by the l'lln Hyi flertla
$$1495 By V. M. Mpangler I tiff In tb sahnv.s Court and Deputy Clerk. .
r Deputy Clerk that you are hereoy require I to Mar II (Wel ) 1004.Printed .
I Tom Walaon Attorney for Plaintiff aerv a copy of your ANVk.K or
B.'O: N. Mairnolla. 1 A "I.ndiqi i nn WIIIIAMH *. QEILICH I -
Manor Orlando, rlorl"I* P, O. lIon all Melbournelorl Pattern
JUST GOOD BUYSIN 1962 V-W Mar. 4. 11. II. :115 l (Wed) 1M4 file;: tha la, Attorney orlclnal\ ANSWER for Plaintiff' :In, anti ikeIffice

101 KT. IIHKVAHI ( lii NTTIN ,
( of Ihn Clerk of the Circuit
DeLuxe A Gas Saver tilE:
llllNTY JllMlrH;
Court Tltuarlll, llrevard County
One Local Owner rlOKII tIllil Florida on nr liefore the IDth day
Old Dixie HighwayBrick NII.IlIru'r.- of April 1.W4 If you fall lo do aolMn.re .
TO t HriiiToiig
a frn Canfeaao will b. t.un.lJaln.1
$$1395 IN flKt i Bitat ofrTHH. you for lb. relief eenian.led
In th* CimulalntWirNFMa .
MIILIIM!: Dvceaned. hand and official 4, .

Homes 3 bedroom 2 Full Tile Bath 10 ALL PENSIONS HAVINO aeitl at av'nr., FlorIda I thla Itllb
LISTED advertised CIAIMM OH IKMANI!: AUAINHT day of March 19114. '
first ,
and time 5 acres high and dryon 1962 FALCONStation SAIl l.STATK: BARNES .

good road just off U. S. No 1. This parcel would make (Colored) Central Heat Built-in Range You aol each of you are hereby Clerk CURTIS Circuit R Court ((1 \
nutlfl.d .n,1 requlr.d to tile
several nice homesitesr or just a beautiful estate at slightly ass By Ilertlo Hall1)epoty

higher than the average building lot. Out of town owner wantsto w/Hood Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice of Auto.Wagon Extra, Leather Shape.Interior either cl.lm.ot.nd you d..m.nd., may have which....In.1 you pail, or ( HEAD clerkCOURT /0.

sell with ,
now. Only terms.
entat. In the ofnc. of Honor.bl" Mar 11 21 Apr I. a (WeJ) 1MINOTHF .
2 ACRE corner lot on Old Dixie cleared and ready for building. Priced. 141,515, II. f'onklln.. Counly Jutigu" of
Color Fixtures. Reasonably $$1695 IIrn.rd County. at hia office In I thuortbouo.
$5500 ': In Titu.vlil C'lurltia. OK INTENTION:! TO

850 FT U. S. No 1 frontage by 1000()( ( ft. deep. This parcel con Also F.H.A. Homes from $13,750.00 to within .1. c..nd.r' mnnlhl from the HMIINIrK: I-MTITIIIIM MttlR I
time of the flral
publication of thl. ..
In cnmpllanca with 5-mu Bill No. .
tains 28 acres. $57. per front foot. $7500 will handle. mil'lie. Fai h claim or demand molt 1176 Chapter Number 20\l\ 'l. L... .
1961 Ic
100 FT U. S. No frontage near Airport Rd. in Bellwood Below 14500.00 1 $450.00 Down. Ready for CHEVROLET of be realdema In .writing. anil and pelt contain office tha ail-pit Ireia,.. Oined of Florida will. Aol ruglater at 1941 with tba the under-Clerk

market at ft, Terms.
price $75. per ut Ih. claimant,' anti mu.t by sworn of the: Circuit: Court la lirevard
CORNER LOT 89 x 120 near"school and new shopping center in Occupancy. Bel Air Loaded & Factory to by the claimant. hla a if nt nr attorney County tlnrlda. upon renelpt ofproof

Indian River City. A real beauty and an excellent: buy at Air, Cool. Cool, Cool! fcalat or of.J.r! :'.skull(JhRTRUPKPAKTELOW 'IM- void tXe r.nll at ,
$2200 >'M IA | 267-5437 267-5293 267-2802 MHEKM, ,: r wit=!> .1. : (W ,
DREAM HOME: that can be yours easier than you thinkl! Drive $$1695 UacaaiitdIly which : alMerrllt
\ William K.
1.lantl Florida. and lie
by this spacious 3 Bedroom 2 bath executive type home at K. larUlow. .. undertlgned 11 tha only person. la.
765 Forest Rd., Indian River City and then call for an appointment naiulor: nf aald TatataFlrat .: lereiled. la ..Id bualneae.
This home has everything Including fireplaceand 1961 Publlcnllon on Dated al Tltuivllla Florida, thl*
double garage. Priced low at $18900 with reasonable FORD .Mar 11 I. IS :J6,-Apr 1 (Wol)_ 11W4 IS day of March A, A.I 0IlrIonMar. D. 1004Kenneta ,

down payment. Low monthly. WESSNER REALTY 2 Door IN TUB tOCHT or T"II in 2ft. Apr I. S. (Wed) 1M4i .
Factory Air and ''UNTJI'I"' IN Ann roiIIKFVtHIt $
LIKE NEW 2 Bedroom block home with den. or would make Auto Local ': ""c.IIIT.CIIIIII.: .\
3rd bedroom. Corner lot within walking distance to school ', Owner. In Hal, i 1'1 TIIK rot NTY Jini.ra

and shopping. Nicely landscaped with beautiful shrubs and U.S. No. 1 Specials F.lata; of MARION ELAKESLEE: SIll Mr IN .%'NII rOil HHrVtMU l

shopping. Nicely landscaped with beautiful shrubs and fruit $$1195 WILL, ilacaaaadXOTICE lot. NT1 M.IIKIUiNO

trees. Only $10.600 with terms. Must see to appreciate. or ritii! rrriTioNOH I In Stat Fatata otCtCILB

100 x 100 Nicely wooded lot near new NASA causeway and river. 386 FT. ON U. S. 1 total of 6.8 Acres. $25,000, 30% or tI "''A r.trtirowNotlca : I. IIHtCHAHUSS: :. : U IIKADLEY D..........

Tall oak*. magnolia and palm trees worth asking price of down. SPECIAL! I. bartbr. ilvan Ibal t have NiiTirr TI) rnriiiToa
this beautiful homesite. $2950 Cash or Terms. filed mr final roturna ai Fiaoiilorol To all Cradltnra of tha fcelate of
960 FT. ON U. S. No. 1, 31.3 acres, potential Trailer. the Katala ef MArtlON SLAKES.IgE fKCIIK: : O. HEADLEY: : doc....<1.
200 FT, ON INDIAN RIVER in Bellwood near NASA causeway. : WILL. doaaa; that I have are hereby notified and required to
This parcel has 4 bedroom home 18 bearing fruit trees and is Park Site. Only $75,000 with 30% down. 1964 PONTIAC fllnd my palltlon for dlitrlbutl the any clalma or demanda which

beautifully wooded. Coquina sea wall and boat add toit's and for fInal diarharie. and that ,5 they. may .have aialnM tie. aald

value. Priced right for quick sale ramp 777 FEET U. S. No. 1, this parcel has 44.2 acres, a stealat G/P Loaded & Fac. Air. April lat. IM4 Virgil I will H.apply Cenkllng' In tb.Honor.bl. .. ..1.. .. In of the liravard, office" County of the. riorlila CauatyJvdga '"

2 V4 ACRE homesite adjoining nice grove just 300 ft off Rt. No. only $88,000 with 30> down. Like New County Judge of lirevard County: In me Court Heva it Titviil.FlorItia *. 9121 : ;

46, west of Mims $4.400 Cash. 420 FT. U. S. No. 1, this parcel has 11.7 acres. A steal at Florida Returna I and for approval for an order of aald ef. dlitrl Final from wllhla the all data III of) la ealandarmontha tint 1224 a,

$3995$ bullon and for final di.n'hare .1 publication of till nolle Back. :
only $27,500, 30% down. Fieoutor .1 the Will of Marloa claim' or demand moat b* In writing Printed( r tt.rn UtI: Hall
Ulakaelee Will. ,ilereaiail. fllle. 12S4"' 14i4, 1I 1&
and muat Kate th ol renldenue -
RYANREALTY: 482 FT. U. S. No. 1 1,285 ft. deep, $82.50 per ft., 29% down. BANK OF MKLMOI'RNE and poit office .""r... of thuClaimant 20
Balance open. AND TRUST COMPANY and. mint ba swam t. by Ukei S'/4! yard JJ.Inch fabric;
\1.1 McCotterFord tXFrUTOP: th* Claimant' hi. agaal. ar hla Attorney .
fir or It will become veld according for-
312 FT. U S. No. 1 frontage 280 ft. deep $82.50 per ft.
# Vie. Praaldenl and TruatWILIIAMfTeV 'to lawKENNETH this pattern add 16 ecnU

29 ri; down. OEILICII : ; W, HEADLET.Admlnlitraler for each pattern for It -eam ...
of the Enlal Jlini and

192 FT. U. S. No. 1 in Titusville, 137.50 per ft., 29%. Attorney. O tin* all for EatalaP : of".*.CKCILB..*"'. a. HEADLKY: Send. to; 170 special Newspaper handling Fat?

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Corps Awards Three I "SUPER-Rl$ HT" SHORT SHANK '

Air Force Jobs I '

I I t 11 Lieu contracts totaling more Hircraft ramp area: construct 6 to 8-Lb.
t' I $1.6 million have beeni :"n of an aircraft engine in-
I ru d by the Canaveral, Distn iperiion and repair shop, and PICNICS Average 2 9 c
t of the U. S. Army Engine- install: .mi utilities for an aircraft
e's for construction of Air Force
maintenance shop. i
facilities at Patrick Air Force Another job is to put up a LB."SUPERRIGHT" . . .
Base!. Cape Kennedy and Mtr.t"itt civil engineering maintenance
bland shop between the Technological
Largest: of tho three contracts, Laooratory and the CapchartH
$017,818,50 was signed by <>uFing area. II
C'tl.l G. A. Finley Canaveral! Volet; Construction Co of
Divtrtit: Engineer! with Ferguson Chuluota was awarded a $238- Rib Loin i
Crow. Icy, Inc., of Palm Beach, OdO contract to erect a meteorological -
for construction of two build. substation and seven' Half Half
logs and relocation of a third at weather towers on Cape Kennedy 4 To S LB. C 4 To S LD. C
Cape Kenned/ and Merritt Island. The AverageLB. 4 5 Araraga"SuperEight" 4 9 ;
One. of the structures will be facilities will be used to study; J
s, one story building for biological weather conditions as they a-
I and medical use in connec- feet launch facilities. . . LB. . . .
lion with, Air Force space flight The weather substation will
projects have two stories and will be
The second building will be a used for measuring data received Western V< Pork Loin Sliced "Super-Right" Western Corn Fed Pork "Super.Right" Smoked: 1

R I used story: as an high office structure maintenance to be Five from of the the towers.towers will be PORK CHOPS LB. 59c SPARE RIBS LB. 35c SLICED BEEF 40Z.PKG... 29c ;

shop} and storage area for comrponicatiuns built on Merritt Island, the other "Super-kight"/ Western Center Cut "Super-Right" Heavy Beef, Full Cut Vn John's Quick Frozen

.'equipment on and the Atlantic electronics Missile two metal on towers the Cape.will be Each 54 of feethigh. the vI PORK CHOPS LB. 79c CHUCK STEAK LB. 49c HADDOCK FILLETS 1LB.PKG... 49c

Range. The work is scheduledfur ? "Sup.r r.Rlght" Western First Cut Pork Chopi "Super.Right" Minute Beef Cap'n John's Standard

'p,,The'Its fur third dismantling part of the and work re The completion Corps of in Engineers August also A ROAST LB. 39c CUBED STEAKS LB. 79c OYSTERS 'SAN I 89cSwift

Truting on a new site in the announced that bids for two new Premium All Meat Skinless "Super-Right" Full Cut Beef Shoulder Quick Frozen Headless
("ape'. Industrial area a prefab- jobs at Patrick AFB will be
f Heated metal building to be usIfd opened Thursday March 19, at rvh FRANKS I SS39C; : ARM ROAST LB. 59c SHRIMP LB. 79c
as a missile propellant office. the Canaveral District Office on .
All Phases of work must be Merritt Island. w w Morton Quick Frozen Spaghetti & Meat or Algood Brand Sugar Cured Sliced Quick Frozen Fla. Cooked .

t f Completed A $473,040 by .January 20 contract 1969 was (11a At 2 8,800-aquare p.m., bids will.foot be additionto opened 4F : z. d MACARONI-CHEESE. 6': :: 98c BACON J;:: 89c LOBSTERS sp;f or LB 69c I :

ligncd by Col. J. N. Cox the Base Communications ,
Deputy Canaveral District Engineer Building Estimated cost of the Save al A 1 &/P! St'ctat! LADY BETTY
for Air Fore construction work is $100,000.At .
\ with Julian Evans and Associates 3 p.m bids will be opened

,g three) construction, Inc, of Tituiville jobs to for be on structural to the and Administrative electrical alterations Save At A & P! Jane Parker P J ice Quart 3 9 c

I J\rB.Hone by December at Patrick Patrick.Missile Research Approximate> Building cost at is LEMONPIES run e ii Bottle

p Two of the projects are !in theI $10,000

l' Pride I .,ave 'if 49! ANN PAGE E PURE

I Ii! Outlines Planning Civic CampaignsThe Commilfee G rape"Cit.tJ Jelly 2 Jar Lb. 49 C

Pridi Planning Commit- provement Board of Melbourne, I ,
tro met Monday night March will address the Civic Center ;
1C, at tho home of Den Committee at 8:00 {
Hursey.J1I Planning :
.3 I'umtui: Ct, and discussed pm. on Friday March 20, at Special' Save al .A &//2Special''! BATHROOM i
plans to inaugurate several his home, 122 Thornton Ave. 11/a-Lb. 3 9c ,
.Campaigns to be carried out by Mr. Brownlie will speak on the Each. .
Greater Fndc. Inc. .' obstacles to be overcome by a ,
The [first of these was the planning: Committee and will Marcal i Tissue 4 Rolls 3 9cave
out the city ut locations which plans to Pride for study. Larks L>
have been beautified; through requests that all members *V

Pride f'.or.Vtre/ H\: marie for a IIP present *. aV ..St &IJ! Cx"/. Lvtrij! e&ay cLowShortening P"cflVHITE\ ,BEAUTY
much needed! anti-litter and My Neighbors
tloari up campaign In line % j
with! bra utiCJcoa tion. 'proposals @ Jane Parker Golucn Cinnamon or I 3 Lb. 49cCan
are to be made by the Committee
for i-nprovina' the! appearr e IQI SUGARFD j
ante of the downtowq aera in : !
bid-r to rnliance its value.
The Corn- ittee suggc.sted! thata. j: sp.crall Jana Parker Ann Page Creamy ... - -

made. stray and Also traffic in the survey area be of DINNER ROLLS wiz, 10c PEANUT BUTTER ; $$1.19Special : DIAL Pink SOAP ((2 Bath 2 Bars Bars* I9c)':
'! DONUTS I Jane Parker Sultana I
puhhc vcUnre the Committee
Improvement would like to of bring)local( about entertainment the. I ,{ GLAMOUR BREAD43c PRESERVES 3Lb.Jar 95c r. '!.!'i : i1iiijl1Tifm1r r

r : Special! Jane Parker Danish Ann Page :; t '
and recreational facilitiesJack J:
Civic Center Larks,Planning chairman' Commit.of the "Why. I'd love to have you PECAN RING a 35c MUSTARDTudor 2Lb.Jar 29c iff'25 t {Afrt j!IJ ..! f
drop BOX Of Speclall! Jane Parker Cake Brand :,It"f :
over Don-I want to ,
tee announced that ..
Crownl.e. head of the Civic Conger Im- show you my new dress!" 12 ANGEL,' FOOD Lb.Ring 6-On. 39c ALE OR BEER 12 12.01'1.79 I};:1.J 111th M 1,1.1/8.Ox eo.q.n. Box mill Ann|>'iir Page I liu of "figj;|

Wisconsin f Colored Cheddar Ann Page : it| WHOLE CLOVES 19c 89|

: b7 a I II I ... FRESH CHEESE LB. 53c MAYONNAISE ?.'; 49c ;;:.U, <' 'ssns' Kooil air iliroiith,.a.urls I Him, M.irih' Hi $r lj,!!l la
I \' s V";. Chef Boord-dee with Meet 'n Mushrooms Jane. Parker fnT1itt""-"- .qa: \

BUY ONE e GET ONE : SPAGHETTI MIX 2 !Pkg:: 79c POTATO CHIPS ''so Lo 49c I r :ttiaaiU i Eiiiiii i { :--- -1 j ;. ,

J I Iii'nC .thu PLAID-,1
Fresh Roasted
Fresh Valence

j O R A N G E S I I1I11I PEA NUT S iii)|);:M nun*, *thin. oiupnn and STAMPS l KiintiHHit of .1' '

f z a d yt 111111 ] Two 23 Oi Dots. Ann Page Tomato -I' '

:\ OIL BASE HOUSE PAINT I .'+ BAG.5-LB. 4 9 C III1II BAG 1-LB. 3 9 C j I.IR..tans.KETCHUP,.- ro:lIi... ..,.X..;.il:1CxxtR.:;.1-11.. sun... .d.;;:."49cNtbltco .. i.I. I

All Purpose 6.6.6 \i ,q1{ i :

Ihli MAN mill pHnhiiw fI
PER GAL.EXCELLENT. Fresh Tender I .11 -Oi. Bottle Pfeiffer Cole Slew "

t. r.( 1 WOOD MASONRY FOR USE, METAL ON SURFACES DURABILITY EXTERIOR OR P 0 L E B I A N 5 2 Ihs. 2 9 C !I.C.n DRESSING a.a rood ax, ; ;;. ,.;39c:; 1,I,

v P e $698 PLUS Golden Ripe :150 EXTRA PLAID STAMPS I

.kii 2nd GAL. BAN A N A 5 31bs.2 9c ,( COISPAN With Purchase of TABLETS(No Coupon Neteuery I9c) 1

]/ 1 115 EXTRA PLAID 25'S !;

II It; ; ,?, i SAL 24.Ot.TINES.Pkq Ken-L.Trest . 29c SALTINES 1-Lb.. Box Strletmann's Knorr'. .ZESTA. . 2ge : ALCOA WRAP ";:,r35c .

11+ 1' DOG. FOOD . 43c SOUP U Ox. Pkg.MIXES . . 39c With I Purchase of (No Coupon, Ntceuary).

t Roller and Pan Set . . ]79c 6 APPLE 1.Ox Lb.. Can Btttle SAUCE Diet Sweet Delight 10. . . . 29c 2Lb.13/4-0z.COFFEE Can Can Vacuum. Underwoods Packed Maxwell. . .House. .. .. ...S1.69 I:if. '_' Only' Phi/ MMi f Stamps MMMVHSave I I

.J R01. 1.39 ValuelWALLPAPER! SWEETNER . . ,;0'... .. ? 89c SARDINES . . .. 2 for 33c ti. q.* Ce* Fine Gifts Faster ,

I' MAPLE 12-Oi. Bottle SYRUP Diet Delight. .. ... ".. ; . . 45c S.Of. PII,. CarnationINSTANTMILK . . .. ... . . .73e ATLANTIC 4 PACIFIC CIA COMf ANf. IMC
IN STOCK 9'4' Ox Can Star-Klat Light Meat 1 Mueller Elbow
I CHUNK TUNA . . . .... ? 49c MACARONI 1Lb. Pkg. . ., .. .... 2Se (iCC' 0 .
Fep od.nt King Site JVi-Oi Pkg Bakers Angle Flake Moist ,
TOOTH PASTE . .I.1..t'. t. . 69c COCONUT . . . . .. .2Se.
MARY CARTER PAINTS I Pep od.nt Medium and Hard' Minute
TOOTHBRUSH. . . T..... ... 63c RICE 1Iol..Pkg. . . .. . 4ge Saturday.",,t.7/Tuesday; Friday Wednesday, f.t; Sunday Thursday, 104Prices and

k .04 Main Street AM 7.0731 I SWISS Oi AlP CHEESE Sliced Switzerland. . .. S9c t.Lb.01.R.. Ben 20 Mule Teem . .. . 43e 'In This Saturday Advertisement, March are 21.t .Coed Through
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Seaman Schutt

if I Star-Advocate Aboard USS Essex

a'd3: Dewey E. Schutt, gunner's!
I Th. Vole of 25,000 North Brevard! County Residents mate seaman apprentice, US&,

Section c TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH "IS, '1964 Page 1-C son of :Mr. and :Mrs.! John C Sc6-

h. ,'f o'G +! ult of 2U20 South Hopkins, Titus*
fi a
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I submarine aircraft! carrier USS
Firms In Area
I I ,, : Essex presently undergoing ovei
, "! J "'-tr -
"'\ "'.). Shipyard
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Upon completion of the overhaul -
: .Y L. :: jR Get ChartersTwelve Essex which normally operates
: ,I Ii Ij a out of( Quonset Point, II.t,
will again Join the Atlantic Fleet
t Brevard firm- F and [ Co. Inc.
County : Trenching ? ,
Essex Is the hub of an antisubmarine -
? received Incorporation charter P..im Harbor Trailer Court, Bell-
Hunter Klller
r. group
I from the office of Secretary nf wood( authorized stock SO shares ,
consisting of surface sub-aurfaca
State Tom Adams during the past oi common) of no par value, filed
and air units designed to find and
week. March 10. dealing In construction. -
Of the 12 six are contracting; Itiforporatorj arc Frank Mauslof, ti'r destroy enemy submarines
firms three are engaged In real John W Scruggs Jr. and VirginiaW
P estate and one each In hotel and\ Seruegs. all of TitusvilleS Caster Completes
motel construction and operation, and G. Land Development Weapons TrainingArmy
marine products and school of Corp., Box 2093 Titimille, authorized
cosmetology.Three stock 50 shares of commonof A vv IM. Wayne Caster son
arc located In Cocoa two no par value, filed March 5, of Mr. and !Mrs\ Gerald G. Cat
each In Titusville Cocoa Dead dealing)! in real estate development ter. 111 Gregory Ave., Titusville,

and Satellite Beach and one eachin Incorporators are Romeo A .... completed advanced training. alight
Eollwood. Indian River City Ani.iri, James E. !Moore and C : weapons Infantryman at'

I' i'i'Y and Eau Gallic. Frances Denny, all of Cocoa Fort Ord, California, March U.
Those in North Brevard arc: Beach.Woodstock. isa
Caster was trained in the usf
j Garden Shopping Mall Inc., 210( Corp., 1207 Magnolia\ a E of the automatic rifle, machlno-.
South Washington Avenue, Titus \\rnuc. Indian River City, authorized 1 E ,
gun rocket launcher and flamg
yule authorized stock 50 sharesof stock 500 shares of com
common of no par value filed) mon of no par value, filed Ma'ch APAHTMENT MODEL Imperial Towers as it appearsin thrower. :
March 4, dealing In general construction 3. dealing In construction Incorporators model form but as: tt will appear in finished form. In The 18 year-eld soldier entered
corporators are Milton are Christine Joynt. the futeground I is the huge swimming pool, and In front the Army In March lW3! and re*
Itichman, Jack Freed, Dun Richard K Bahm of Indian River may be seen boat slips and the marina. The "U" shaped celved basic training at Fort
Sand and Letherea Henrietta Elliott city G E Nicholson, RaymondL building faces the Indian River with U. S. 1 in the background Ord. lie attended Titusville high
I all of Titusville. Wiggins Jr. both of Titusville. School "
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Dr. Walter C. Williams, former Edward J. Barlow, vice presidentand national space effort." foral"Dtpt.. Mgr. M Tom Smith'
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Space 9 ---- -- 'Ch.rge-It'.1.75 weekly
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management and researchfor the key role he had played in
IT. S. ballistic missile and military NASA's manned space programs,
space programs, principallyfor beginning with Mercury We feel Sale $198'CharlloIt'
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2-C Tltuivlll (Florid) Star Advocate Wednesday, March IS, 1964
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Twin Astronauts Seen In Spate By End Of 64

a ual) reference and pulse jet.
'Twin American astronauts The National Aeronautics and the first manned Gemini on a the craft The target will carry
may ride into space together In Space Administration will observe relatively short flight. radar and tho crew will attemptto thread the nose of the Gemini\
the Gemini spacecraft by the closely how well Titan 2 Eventually Gemini astronauts home-In on the radar beacon into the docking cellar of thi.
end of 1984Whether makes the transition from our Hill stay In orbit up to two and approach the tiny satellite. Agena clamping them tojethe,
r the Gemini space most powerful military rocket weeks, Join their craft with However no effort will be madeto When the two vehicles becon
men will meet a first flight dead /to a role as a manned apace other orbiting satellites and step Join with it. locked the astronauts coul:
line this year depends on the looker. outside to see what its like more From confidence gained in then use the Agena fuel sup
I results of two unmanned launch Scheduled for midsummer Is than 100 miles above the earth. these experiments it is hoped ply and engine' to alter cours.
Ingi 1 the first of which Is scheduled the first full scale Gemini The flights will practice techniques that by late 1965 the Gemini possibly maneuvering over m
late this month or early in spacecraft's second unmannedte necessary for rocketing team will be launched several spot on earth.
S April from Cope Kennedy ,, flight. Plans call for the men to the moon and planets. hour! behind an Agena satellite Space rendezvous will beI I
The initial flight will be < vehicle to be fired on a brief Beginning next year, Gemini in an attempt'to catch it and key element of Project Apollo
attempt to hurl a dummy model up.and.down course, paradhut flights will be Increased to a align the orbit of the Gemini so The plans call for a three.mar,
Into (orbit It will tell engirftt Jriff into the Atlantic ocean sev week and then two weeks to it will coincide with the Agena's spaceship to orbit the moon I lal.
? ers, among other things thl oral) hundred miles southeast of gather data on the pilots' reaction orbit.Once in this decade! and for two of fh. ',,
structural compatibility of thai Cape Kennedy, A 'mechanicalman' to extended space weightlessness this is accomplished, the crew to drop onto the moor tJ
spacecraft: and booster, tempera- will be aboard to simulate pilot will perform the final over surface In a capsule After 1 .
tures and pressures which will oxygen consumption and outputof During the long fights Gem take by applying small amount* period of exploration the t tS. t\\", '
Ii affect the combination performance carbon dioxide. ini teams will conduct rendezvous of thrust and with the use of vie .. TWIN On page I-C
of the guidance system; Success of this mission would experiments. This will) be .
and Titan 2's ability to place a then open' the way In Novemberor accomplished !by ejecting a tar .,J
payload in a precise orbit December for launching of get satellite from the nose of I
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DECEIVES TOP AWARD Richard E Deputy Resident Engineer for construc- .
;Payzant, left, is presented the Department tion of the Vertical Assembly Building on
I of the Army's Decoration for Meritorious Merritt Island, received the award for his
.. :Civilian Service from Col G. A Finley work In constructing Titan II missile sitesin ::
Canaveral; District Engineer Payzant, now Arizona-(U.S. Army Photo).

L a* I., s j.!

I Scout Troop Formed At Normandy l I'

a + tr ,,1 late FOR ALL DAY FRIDAY ,
t Two Girl Scouts, Loretta Pugh Gated at the Arthur Dunn AirPark totaled 244, including both adults FISH SPECIALAll
Lid Elly Aemlsegger attended next door to the new and children and some out The Fish You Can Eat
Q e meeting of the Board of Directors quarters of the Rehabilitation patients.The DISCUSS LANDSCAPING SCHOOL From left are Mrs. Ike Rigell, president of Cole Buffered Slaw Roll 69c
of North Brcvard Rehab Center. It Is attended by handi board of directors meet on Charles Gerwig, recent newcomer to Tit- Titusville Garden Club; Gerwig Mrs. N French FrUs .
illation Center March 12 and reported capped children who cannot attend the second Thursdays of the usville from Greenbelt Maryland, discussed Paglialonga, American Association of Uni-
that they had formed a the regular public schools. the Landscape and Garden School versity Women representative and Syl
troop of Girl Scouts among stu They receive therapy during the month at 8 p.m. The public is invited with representatives of the sponsoring organizations Rose, assistant Brevard County Agricul
flints of the Normandy School. day in addition to their schooling to attend the meetings and during the first session recently tural Agent.-(Carlson Photo).
They asked the help of the dircjptors inspect the new quarters. at Whispering Hills Elementary School Pirtle Plaza TitusvillePLYWOOD"
in finding an organizationt The center is one of the organizations ,
Stan Murray, director of the TidesHigh II
sponsor the. troop. receiving operational
center and the physical there funds from the United Fund. Directors Low I
J Miss\ Lou MacAllister a teacher apist, announced that the total at the center will work on Thursday Much 1 19 j II
\ at the school announced that number of treatments given during the drive again this year 12:31: a.m. 6:39: a.mll* I
tficre! wai also interest in obtain February were less than Mrs Charles Barnett and Mrs. 12:39: p.m. 7:05: p.m, 1
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troop at the school. facilities Physical therapy and of pie and coffee followingthe ( 1:32: a.m. 7:44: a.m:
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hoe t-C Trtvnt (Phrlda) 1m. AdYOClte Wednesday, Mtrch II, 1M4 '. IK l'RII! : lal'rlT Coral OF THF Deputy Clerk leach Florida and to file the or- 0/0 George Woodward Newtnwn
f NINTH 4tlICIAI CIMrtlT: OP (COURT HEAL) IlIlnnl thereof In Iho ntrlo'. of the XlHhnp Hollow Hoarl
IN AND JOB TUB: Sally barren Clerk of lbs Circuit: Court of Orevard Square. Pennsylvania ,
OS' BRK\AKt Attorney at Law County Tltuavllle. Florida. on You are hereby notified thatOrac.
MISTER 6REGER STARADVOCATE'SCrossword gn.: Nu1aa. 48j Harbor City Boulevardriiu or before" the 2 day of April, A.D. Clemenu has lied suit. In
tula Court seeking: a divorceAnd
MINNIE QUEEN TURNER!: Oallle, Florida 1JA4
Plaintiff Mar 11, 18, 25 Apr. 1 (Wed,) 1964. HEREIN FAIL NOT or a De. you arc hereby required to
.t "'. tree Pre Gonfeiao will be entered file your answer or other pleading ,
1C Puzzle .* CLARENCE O. agalnat you for the relief prayed for with the Clerk of tlila Court not
TfRNERDefendant IX THE CIH.tJT COURT OF Tilt: In laid Complaint later than April R, 1B64; nerving a
NINTH JtllK'IAI. ( IKClir, IN I ORDERED true thereof upon the Attorney
Tltuivllle. copy
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ACROSS DOW f 11. Chn. TO: CLAREN. O. TURNER, ASS," *'OK IIKt\AteU: tOtNTV: DONE AND .t March, for the Plaintiff. Robert
Florida, this a day
C Frarment Eerone! drelof \'. whore' realdence I I. Shelby, I r Stilts I'S A D., 1064.1COlikT. Oodbey, P. O. Box 4U: Cocoa, Florida
earthen 2.Wandering game North Carolina ( VXrKV JII0. tTRItTICR WEAt) or suffer a judgment pro con-
You hereby. notified that
are a
> Of Ct'1TJAMES : t..G.COJ.'RT.
vessel workman 20. Coin CURTIS R. BARNES:-
: Complaint for Divorce ha. been SEAL
BROWN, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Innd'for ( )
e.Penetrates, 3. Like L wing Rwed f filed agalnit you and you are required Plaintiff' firevacd .County. Curtl R. Darn.*
to nerva a copy of your An- V., the circuit Court
u a dagger! 4. Fabulous 21. One Florida Clerk ol
flR1NK5r U.A hUIII bird thou- r ?tr a aver the or plaintiff Pleading to attorney the Complainton SALLY MART EMMA BROWN, Defendant. Ity V. tJ. Rpangler' Sly: Berne Hall Clerk,

Boa 12. ExcllUl1&IS.. Pulled sand 1tlonof WARREN, 4IU Harbor. City Houlevard. TO: MART EMMA BROWN Deputy Clerk Wed. 19C4.II Mar 4, 11i.Deputy\ 20 (Wed) 19 Mar 4 11 a )
t'O 6. Bombarded 23. Hall! i .:au Oallle. tlorida, and file Route No 8. Box TT .
) the original Anawer of Pleading In Htateivllle. NC
greeting: 1.A net ltk. 24. Humor
CO the office of the Clerk of the Circuit YOU ARE HEREBY!: NOTIFIEDthat TUB CIRCUIT C01-tT OF Tilt: have real estateto
v VLI' fabrlo 2".0Irl' H Court on or before the loth day of a cult for divorce hat been !M' > TH JLI>u'nl. 41Kttir. IN !If f you
n.Marilla. 8. German name .. April, 1X4 If you fall to do 10 a filed agalnat you In the Circuit ,tM" FOR 5515 EVA: it ii ('Ol'JIIT\',
hemp river 21. Leap. ..1.,4.,'. Luwu Decree Pro Confeuo will be taken Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, > 10 all>A sell or if are
U.Olrl' 9.Internal low 31Jewlah I agalusl you:: for the relief demanded In and for Hrevard County Florida. (,11\'I"tkT: NO. tniuit you
In the Complaint.DONE entitled JAMBS BROWN, Plaintiff, GRACE CLEMENTS
name decay at 29.Viper month and ORDERED at TltuiVIII V.. MARY EMMA: BROWN Defend- Plaintiff looking for choice: real
15.Craggy fruit 32. 38.Carry I 2! *. Brevard County, Florida this ant Chancery No. 27(13. You are V8!!
hill 10. One's Quixote 39.Real tth day of March, 19114.CUHTIS hereby required. to nerve a copy of ROT F. CIEMENTS: estate use our classi
R, fcAhNES your answer or other written do. Defendant ,
15.Pocket.offllprtnr: U.Minute 40.Offlcer'sbooks ., Clerk of Circuit Court feme to the Complaint filed<1 herein NOTICE TO 'lTF.I,
p1. groove assistant Brevard County, Floridaby upon Justice ft M 19.A relative 1'1. Exclama.. 3:1.: a'lIhapeel 41.Pry : V. S Spongier fur Plaintiff. P. O Box 542 Cocoa c/o Mm Ada Clement.

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Under Her SkinDear Crt
'5.Language t
ot Ancient yr 'J l5 t9 "Q "I THREE WHOLE SC BET V

Rome H 9.. It NOORAY! DAYS 50 .. rI4AT TFIUMBIt -
45.Evade 4& :ct WE SEE THE ,.; FAR TACK STAYS

Ann: My wife and I have (They live out of town) I spent 47.Topayfor anthers 45 4. BOTTOM SHOE Or DAD YOUR? i / THERE FORe

been married four years. We two and a half hour In the soda / s S A WHOLE

have excellent jobs and we need beauty chop. My hair was done in 4S. Smooth 41 4a Y MONTH

them to pay her doctor bills. in upsweep beehive with wispy and rlo"7 I."ll

Hilda has a rash on her hands bingi. The make-up expert did \1itl r X11
chaperoned IN 1 THP: IKfl IT < OI'NT Of' Tilt
which drives her crazy It started my face and I bought a new !NINTH' JIIIKIU. <'IH('I'IT. l\

shortly after we married. She dress, which was a knockout Everything seems to be going AND!' fOK. KKh\.AKI 'OI'ST\,

tcratchea her hands until they When Sol came for me he took co fast these days that I don't p1.01(11)S.leltIENI': NO; 17 WUM

bleed. The doctor hat kept her one look and said, "you aren't goIng know the answers anymore. CHARLES>TI(V'K: TO .DtPlM: J J

hands in bandages for weeks but like that, are you?" I asked Thank you. GRANDMOTHERDear CEGELcKIPlaintiff

jt does no good. She has taken what was wrong. He laid, "Your Grandmother: Those little RICHARD LANOLEY

lamp treatments, pills and she hair looks like a rat's nest, your darlings have a pretty sharp mother DefendantTO 1 3.19WE

has used all kinds of ointments. face looks like Halloween and the and since these are her : Richard Lleuthera Langley AAFD .

The rash improves for a few dress makes you look pregnant" children, why don't you stay out Attention: Staff Clerk I -

weeks then, for no apparent reason I was furious but changed of it? The kids have enlisted Notice Patrick I I. hereby AFH, Florida given that a TELL ME, DOEs tTTHAT I HAVEN TBEENTO

it comes back worse than lresse, removed part of the Granny's help because they ap complaint to forecloie mortgage ha LOOK ATALL. GiVe you ANY I IDEAS? ; _-cis .-
been filed agait you by the plaintiff
ever. mike.up and modified the hair. parently can't budge Horn. In the above alyled court and THE PRETTY

Last week Hilda went to a famous do. Sol is the only man I've ever copy you are of your hereby answer required. and te pleading serve a RINGS IN \ 44 G B INDEED DOESMYDEAR. IT

clinic and spent three days wanted to marry. Do you think I Ann Landers will be glad to upon J. William WoodHon P O. THE .,.
there. The doctor said the Box 1175, fan: Oallle. Florida attorney WINDOW .
will ever be able to educate the help you with your problems. for the plaintiff and file the ,

lem is emotional and unless she clod ShaD I try? NO BUMP. Send them to her in care of this original answer or pleading/ ; In the MR. I I I I
resolves her she will Office of the Clerk' of the CircuitCourt ABERNATHY! yt, r
problems newspaper, enclosing a stamped, at Tltuivlllf. Brevard County t-

lave the eruption forever. KINDear No: Some ,men appreciatehigh self-addressed envelope. Florida, on .or .before the 10th day of 11 E 7V r
His diagnosis made her furious. April 1(64 It you fall to do no, a 1
fashion but most men prefer Deere Pro Confeiao will bo taken X r
She says the doctor is a quack l-r 'flU; 'O'ltT or Tilt: Col'NTYJIHOE : agalnat you for the relief demandedIn 1 llrt
the natural look. BKI:v.BO l'oooITI"I.OKIII : \, the complaint N- '
and her real problem is an allergy If you're smart (wid' I mean! SIN Thla notice halt b. published oncea
which he can't track down I'KOR\T.: NO tatm! week for four cnniecutlve' weeks
in. the head and not k* the ward- !M' > ri( t; TO tHtimoita; In the Tltuevllle Biar-Advocate. z .6110411
o he blames it on "nerves" Hilda Tube department! ) youll dress to IN REI Estate of Done and Ordered In Chamber at I t 1 1
tell DANIEL. E. CARRKRA, Tltuivllle. Florida thl* Itb day of *
made not to
me promise pine' Sol( and 'lot try to resem I ask/ Daniel E. Dl tle, March. 1964 114CO

her mother (whom she hates) ble some of the pasty.faced, con DcceaivA Curtla R. Bares NOYOLI CAN I HAVE A WON!ABOUT THAT HAPPENS
All creditor of the eitat of DAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court
and insists too that I am not to
lumptlvt-looklnf girls
pone lh.L. K. CARRBHA, eceased are Hvi V. 8 Spongier! DC. ,,4 DUDLEY
to tell our friends .,for fashion .*naf xineiw- hereby notified Vnrt- required to file. (COURT SEAL % !
any claim' or" drnitnila which they. J. William \Vooileon QOE&yATHY CONFOUNDED ,
Why Is she taking on like this.? m.y have aialnit old eatate In the Attorney for Plaintiff rJ l NO! SAFE
office of the County Judge of Bre- P O Box 1I7S HAVEA +
What can I do to help BEN
Dear Ann Landers: My daugh yard County, Florida, In the Courthouse Eau Oallle, Florida I RAISE?
Dear Ben: Hilda reacted angrily ter has two )little alr'11' and U at Tltuivllle, Florida, within il... 11, IS. 28 Apr 1 (Wed) 1964.
: eight Calendar month from the }
because she knows the doctor
of She will not allow of thla 1---
years ige. dale of the flrat publication NOTICE TO CIt F- lTnHI4
Is right. She is fighting his notice Each claim or demand mutt
the little darlings to to
go boy. be In willing and mu.t elate the You and each or you are hereby
diagnosis because she's ashamed girl parties. They feel very much place of nlilen and post oftloeBddren notified and required. 10. present anvolalm.
and demandi which you 0'
of having an emotional problem.She left out and have appealed to me be .worn of to the by claimant the claimant and ,must tola either. of you, may have ...In.t the .I.
considers It a weakness and ..t." of OSCAR SMITH, deceaaedlate r
t t. help them. ...nt, or hi. attorney, or It will becrime -
void according to Uw.. of Brevard County
therefore a "disgrace.. How will they learn to be at Dateil January lath, 1964. within .Ix calendar monthi from the
she asks in to date of flrit publication of thli .
Do as regard c B
with if Zrnobla R. Dletle rxrrutrlif
ease boys they.demt get
notice, nice. the urna will be liarreil 3.19I .
friends and family. Stick to the the experience in their growingup of the Fitate of DANIEL, K.tAHKUlA Each claim or demand must be In
: ilmwaiedJITRTIcr
allergy story and her to get manner and form a* required bylaw -- .-
urge -
,years? They tell me all the McCARbY .. .

psychiatric help. When she learns other girls In their crowd can go THAVKRS DY Thurmin O. Juntlce WILLIE E SMITH 11f
what has been getting under her ttnrneya for Executrix EXECUTRIXCROFTON: II IIMa
and they feel persecuted WouldIt nrtEWEH *; I e/
skin and how to cope with it, the tie for their mother to I*. O. HOle 549 Florida HOLLAND r hc ,,
proper Cocoa IirKch ,
P O. VOX t>6> 509 Palm Avenu.
eruption ON her skin will prob- phone the mothers of) the youngsters Mar 4. 11. IS. 29 (Wed) 1964 Tltuavllle. Florida '/ 9 11t

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who are having the parties ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only (l1I

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brought out in our communication Gemini to mitter will his reactions'and '
attempt relay
crew may
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I From Our ReadersJudicial media? Ilavo the days of (Continued From Page l-C) leave the craft as early as the physical conditions to earth''
fiery editorials dissappeared prevent the county from accept- second manned flight. stations.
Eugene W. Lamparter;\ Jng the check from the racetrack will take off in the capsule to Plans call for the pilots to be Ills outside stay would\ be'

Mishmash balked up by a lone editorial not do bette,? Rt. 1, Box 37 Titusvillo tax fund, money_ derived rendezvous with the mother protected by pressurized space brief on the first try, probably
Editor: that President Johnson appointa Earl Warren has shown complete from gambling. 1 ship lor the return trip to earth. suits. One will wear a pack just tiptoeing around the cap-
The assassination of President special invcstlK.itinu commit. unfitnesr for the highest Extra-Vehicular maneuver- with a 30 minute supply of sule, hanging onto metal rungs.
Kennedy was on Friday Novem h'ej; headed by Chief Justice Hac Track Tax Esther G. Tamlnga ---
Judicial: ability the ability of men to oxygen on his back, open a -- ---
ber 22. On Tuesday, November Warnn On Friday. Nov 29, position In our country Editor: leave the ship and function use. hatch and step out. His only attachment ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only
26, the midweek edition of The through Executive Order 11130 should be relieved of his I am sure the people who, Box 754, Mims fully in space is considered to the ship will be a 25c each at the Star-AdvocaU
Worker, official publication of President Johnson complied with .
the Communist Party, U.S.A., this Communist demand.
Issued an insistent demand It appears the Communists
visibly have the chief say in the
appointment of a Communist to
Airman Ouzts At
investigate the merrier of the
Chanute Air Base President of the United States!

.. Even to the extent of dctirmm: pE .(
r. ing the head of the commissionwith .. N avp Here comes the storcwide parade of family fashions everything new, priced to cut down the cost of
their greatest idol, Earl O
Warren! dressing up! Extra savings, even on Grants-own bra nds, famous for quality.SAVE .
What kind of juridicial mish--

mash arc we converting our __ _
once great judicial system into,
anyway? What has happened' 4
to the "separation of powers" a. '

decreed by our Constitution? : : 1.11 I SAVE 62GARDEN SAVtv6IcEXTRAON3PRS.
And lust what brunch of our
government is Women working

v for: the Judiciary division part Grants-own brand na a Grants-own brand : ,
time, the Executive division part
time, or the Warren super divlncm GRANTOGSLITTLE ", I'SIS 1st I QUALITY .k
all the lime?

i If the involvement of the BOYS' ; 1. SEAMLESSWASHABLE
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Airman Lewis C. Ouzts, son was the reason for bringing the S.T.R.E.T.C.II.
t of Mr and Mrs. John L. Ouzts, Federal Government into the \
,Sr, of 243 Westwood Drive, Ti- investigation, just what is 1 It SPORT SUITS : w rya NYLONS : ;; ,
tubville, I b to that the Warren commissioncan 1
being reassigned % s 1 j k t rE TM \
Chanute AFD, III, for technician do that the FBI, the House :. -
training as a United States Committee on American I Sale 4 Sale 3 :2
Air Forte aircraft maintenance Activities, or the Senate Internal .
specialist. Security Committee conkLadies' / ''
Airman Ouzts, who enlisted in REGULARLY 5.99 REGULARLY 87 pro
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NASA Jewelry Dept... qi shapa mm.taitoredkerp WASHABLE SATEEN BLOUSES cling to every curve \

New Fashion colors; in
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was dhciihKcd with the Air Force 1 after washing( .
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SUM 3 to 7 REGULARLY 2.99 _
importance of his continuing to ..f" i
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Dr. Williams was associatedwith
NASA ani its predecessor Le: --- ,
organization, the National Advis
ory Committee for Aeronautics, LI
fur the past 24 years. lie is widely ,LTa.alar r 96 GO ON AN EASTER HUNT FOR UNADVERTISED SPECIALS. EASY TO FIND. STOREWIDEII! I
known for the key managementrole
he played in the Mercury, \ -=--=--
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Gemini and Apollo programs and p aWIM/M nrMM NI111N.Y.IM ,..

earlier, including in research the X aircraft-15. projects Tit; .f.\'l.\fnl! Imm II1i 1I mDID II iB IlJDIII

Before) being appointed a deputy 1- R

NASA associate headquarters administrator in Washln at. 17 JewelGruen Grants-own brand GrJnts-ou'n brand Grant -own rand ,Grant.-own brand Grants-own brand

'Ion, D.C., on November 1, 10G3,

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Iloufcttn Texas. and director of 11'
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headquarters Office of Manned

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and operations director for REGULARLY 3.99 REGULARLY 1.99 REGULARLY 1.99 REGULARLY: 2.99 REGULARLY 2.99 REGULARLY39cCI.
the Manned Spacecraft Center. .;, 10"10 .d. T.cTailoredof
From 1917 to 1959 he directed
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treat variety of flight research ,x Save rayoq-nylon Little girl styles go : I Dacrons polyeBter-
r flannel with new dresses 10 wit1} new dresses Black 'patent' plastic nylon-cotton or nylon Hun-resistant
at what is now the
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Edwards, California, During lose their shape( Wash-wear cotton, Little or no ironing (cDrlizod) Shadow panels double comfort and smooth fit
World War 11 he was located at Easy cm..Jittlt': or nylon,no.iron blends Cotton, nylon or 2.tof\e combinations in skirts: lavish trims ElasticIzed waist, snug
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Dr. Williams has been the recipient -
of a number of awards Including -. .
the NASA Distinguished
Service Medal\ in 19G2 and the ;
Men's ,
Sylvanus Albert Reed Award
from the Institute of the Aerospace J4'p' 117 Jewel ? "
Sciences in 1903. lie Is a # Magicvafut I,
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Fellow of the American Institute AutowindGRUEN
(If Aeronautics and Astronautics.A .
native of New Orleans, Dr. orWALTHAM brand''
Williams earned a B.S. degree In t
aeronautical engineering in 1939 PENNLE1GH' PREP

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