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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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tJ/ &t:% Ntar4wAdvocatc:

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents

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filth Year No 47 5c Per Titusville Florida Friday April 17. 1964 \s '
Copy! _____ 20( Pages Today .lundays, Wednesdays and Filday
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I Cape Explosion :,, I I Master Plan yj Details*

Claims First Life I Defended By- Planner

<10 I a i it tun pi to resolvi' quest ( dee Mire tcniiil: i n "i.,1111"" t t.i, i II the" 'ia.ir, needs of
Sidney Ragle 29: of Orlando and Sailer Jr..
Longmont ; Stanley ..
'''n wiicrning I the new eiUon ws, asked to KIM 1111' I"II'> i i'' '" I wino', iti the sat 'jft
Colo dud this morning! from of Orlando. These three are in
i'"ian.( future land use \ \' who ''W HI 1'* ,veil at I tin,, /m I 'lln' .. chat was needed and
burns which covered 100 percent serious condition with burns coy
nup meeting between the i >! ind, land u,,' maps" \I ',,it -hllilid I haflnl< priontr
d f his body received when a Bring more than 25 per cent of
solid (.'imi, ,(o,. II l 100 the pi inning: MiG"t inspired, thut Ih' The' negf'borhood, utiul.sis
(uel third stage rocket Ig. their bodies
Cited Tuesday wale a capsule Donald McCluney of Eau Gal inn 'niru> ;! board and tin cit\ \ bv which the f11r: js l pl.ln>l le explained went into a

was- being mated to it. lie and R. P. Culpeppcr Jr.. of :sun 'u 'A a held last 1 night itthi finali/ul were many :ml .' idof ncighlorhoods. their.

He died at Cape Canaveral Cocoa were transferred from .- VVni.pi mg Villa Cuuntiyc !. Hi pointed out it 'n-i condition, and whit the to millions .

Hospital' Patrick Air Force Base hospitalto 'lito \ ,. comprehensive\ cuinmimi would{ likely be in the

Those still on the critical list Wuesthoff Hospital In a less ?t'' Oonr Searle. president of the ( planning! the Indicated CIOM future:; which neighboi hoods
serious condition.Dr. committee acted as muster of ( j'u'tein' and the following would hold their value and those

areJohn W. Fassctt, spacecraft Harry Goitt. director of the turrnonio during the dinner 'u: Imd, people anti! which would be apt to go into

engineer of the Goddard Space Goddard Space Flight:;: Center, b nuitinu with Herb Ilirslibu'R!, :no'ny. slums!
Flight Center office, of Merritt instituted a fact-finding board of f"f past president, conducting the There it the Ihoiounhfiro The land use plan, a comprehensive
Island with second and third dc 12 members from various NASA l'' aoa4 a f as question answer IK'nod. I I Inn," he slid.. "by which wo study of the probable

free: burns over 80 per cent of centers to probe the cause and : De\\iti! McGee city planning for !MIL com.nitrated a. liil.hc'tt( and best use for propel t1'
Ins body He is in Brooke Army offer recommendations as to the ,e aI engine'i flowered the questions of tmtfic and thereby in the future, a plan(; that extended

Medical Center in San Antonio, cause of the first such incidentat f I ear f lit the zoning board and inie up w Ilh the suggested 20 years into the future.

Tex the cape. city ('01"11'11" a\ numbers of the I i >rial n",idt of the ('It)'." McCtce told the committee
lot D Gabriel, :51, also of1.0nmont Brig. Gen Harry Sands, commander r se committee; asked them \ I i' told of the community f fjei- that correctonmg could become
:: burns covering 83 per of the Air Force Missile s'1 a Seal, vhirh took into if all
stated at rte outset of plan ( con reality zoning M
cent, Cape Canaveral Hospital Test Center, also established! a i/ + based on the proposed, land use
Transferred to Brooke with local investigative board which 1 1 W and
map consideration for future
f asset were Douglas employes will function as an agency! : of too
WINS SCHOLARSHIP of of it geared to that end
-- Lyla Hepner winner one riming result
John G Mitiliell, 40, of Merritt\( Atlantic Missile Range In prob "
the seven Astronaut Scholarships, is shown above as she r
Island; Malcolm C Odham :35, ins: the causes I .
talks with Truman o Scarborough, principal at Titus a 7/iiiirig exiitj( today. McGee

ville High Lyla was the only winner from Titusville and t l x lalDl'd. "Land use maps areKinir.illy

Seeks Beach Erosion she plans to enter the University of Florida Titusvillealso for the future, whatw
Gurney had a student to receive one of the awards last year ., would like the area to be-

I -S-A( Photo). i oino or what we think the area

Study Funds This Fiscal Year will become always keeping
in mind the highest and best use

Florida Congressman EdwardJ The 11th District projects Gur of Inul
as, "We cannot come up with a
will will include the THS Senior Gets(
Gurney said today he ney support r -onins map that will last forvei -

seek to obtain funds this year for !Southern and Central Florida f'j "' but it can guide decisions

the Brevard County Beach Ero- Flood Control Project Canaveral toward proper uivage: of bud.
non Study authorized this week
Harbor and the funds for com "In the lame token he continued
bv Congress "we cannot create a zoning .
the Econlockhatchee
pletion of
Normally thU study would be Astronaut AwardLyla map that will please everyone
River flood control study, plus
included' in the Corps of Engineers fir everyone has different
budget request for fiscal annual maintenance funds for |ideas| ,

19K). but Gurney said he will continuing projects. (% tia t Nor 'I do not conceive it my rule

ask the House AppropriationsPublic Gurney said he was hopeful the Hepner, daughter of Mr Interests, curricular activities, h., Irujprss dkttarJcerrw to tome: into the city end tell

Works Sub-Committee to fact that approximately half of and Mrs Lyle N Stanford of charter references, teacher or (seem err sec euv arrrrrRaar.a you what you want!, but rather
approve the funds for 1965 because Brevaid County's 72 mile shore Titusville will receive $300 as administrator recommendation ona I would be the atrhituct-and youlclfiwwhat

of the urgency of the pro line Federally ,owned would her pars of jhe ''.$ .fIOO Seven family finances, and background .. __ ,.? .!'ttelsuI10ATS'ONbSPLAY you want and 111

jectThe r make apparent! / t6 the Committee( Astronaut: Scholarship .. Fund The meney-available A'* sW [ -"Tfi boats wll\( be bhown and try to design a city in thut man-
two and a half:yearitudrr 'what 'hi tuned V"the clear responslblllty award. dents was increased this year being held on the lot at the hand to give advice a- not," he summed up.

requested! by Gurney last year of the Federal Gov. The award was made yesterday from $3,000 to $4,000. Eight students [Is now In full swing and Shown above !la Ronald Among questions asked were:

and recommended by the Corp ernment to move promptly to morning at a urban fast in the were selected for awardsby vited! to attend and view the : of the Citizens Wh.it planning has been made

of Engineers, will cost an estim protect the Brevard beaches honor( of the six Brevard winners the committee, but two choseto It is being sponsored by the : /: McLendon, Correct for downtown paiklng' What can

ated $109,000. from further erosion and their parents at the Holiday take other grants and become and boats will be on display. explains!! the ability Le done to enforce city face-lifting

Gurney said I he will make the Inn, Cocoa Beach. The breakfastwas ineligible for the Seven Astro-- rect Craft Marina, Rogers !! (S-A Photo), ? What. provisions can be
nauts scholarships. The $400 not
and Titusville Pier Mercury
sponsored by the Cocoa( made for industrial
request during testimony before claimed will go into scholarshipfunds and heavy
the Public Works Appropriations Pride Salutes Beach Chamber of Commerce. to{ be awarded next year, type buildings

Subcommittee later this month. The top award of $1400 went to Other winners were: Michael J. %v. Cluldi ought up the

At that time, Gurney, Governor Pride, the local organization Neil Olsen of Cocoa Cook of Satellite HUh: $750; Consolidation Big need fur immediate zoning to

Farris Bryant, and other memo working in the area of beautification About 35 applications were re Larry Lustig of Satellite High allow Industrial complexes and

ben of the Florida Delegation and cultural benefits for ccived The scholarship commit $550; David Tatelman, also of pointed) nut the Committee of

are schduled to appear In sup North Brevard, today salutes the tee selected students on the basisof Satellite High $.100. IUOs recent: ad In an Industrial

port of all the State Civil Works{ Three Oaks Motel for the clean- grades standardized\ test I.yla is a candy striper at Jess Growth Of CB magazine, enticing Industry to

Projects up'and paint.up work scores, an essay outlining their Parrish Memorial Hospital and Mayor come! to Tltuiville/,

belongs to various school clubs "!If they come," Childre aldt.

Drevard Group Will Play SundaySymphony Her father is employed with Crediting Titusvilie Consolid ld of that city s government' "\I't have no place to put them
White Laboratories and her mother We can pick out a piece of
ation and' the closeness of the alto of his knowledge of
in employed with \the Corpsf MILA installations his property and t tell, the prospective
as rca
I f EngineersAnn song, Cocoa Beach Mayor Hubert of growth out of the Cape, buyer we/'11 KO before the zoning

Is Welly of Titusville, a winner Murkshe yesterday warned that lie I ii employed by RCA, board for two meetings, and before -

ComingThe last year, I N presently enrolled "North Brevard could take over / the council for two meetings -

at University of Florida the popularity and population ; 'Wi. .... /and maybe wt can get a

now enjoyed by Central and zoning change or variance for
Brevard Symphony Orchestra b-rs of this successful aggregation :; spent mo. t of his life in the South Erevan!." the property which would allow
pride of county music lovers are local people, including music profession, and has Talent Will ( e them to come in and set up their
will play In concert for North Shuler Besides Shuler there are served also, as Titusville llijh Speaking at a breakfast meet. business"

Drevard residents Sunday after Seth Miller a former band director Ban,] director Ile directed ,'rryluccesluJly ing of 200 Cocoa Beach Chamber Childre further asked con-

noon at Titusville Hith School at Titusville High School, the school hand in Also CountTwelve of Commerce number, I Isr mdciatloit on f holding up the

auditorium The concert will begin who has been with the orchestra 1916 and again in 1950 tnrougn/,; Murk he sold "The activity In 1 cdoplnm of the until furth.
at 3.00. for seven years playing the 1953 of Titusville most the north is going, to detract
ei study Is made, "and a lot of
French horn, Mrs Jill Smith, the Prior I to{ coming to Florida, beautiful young women will com from the central and south partof it "
The appearance of the orch s as put it.
viola; Mrs Jackie Maynaru, a'so: Shuler directed musical/ groupsin pete tomorrow night for the titled the county w
is through the auspice of
Ira the French horn and Gary lied. Detroit and taught instrumental Miss[ Priic" in the area's i "TI UI are many different
the We in en s Association of the lie pointer! to building permit
rick plays the trombone music there for 17 years. first beauty.talent pageant. ideas rl'pre'uleiJ her tonight
First Presbyterian Church and statistics from Titusville and I
Keith Kilgallen, Robert It Tickets for this Previous have 4 and
agin performance beauty pageants' time of the Ideas could be'tneuip.'rated
this is the annual appearance of look over" of Titusville con 4rt
and Wayne Young are all in the may be obtained from any Presbyterian teen based on appearance' In In this zoning
the orchestra under its sponsor solid.ted area" to prove his map
.'lnp percussion section Women Association bathing suits only. point that Titusville coul Shuler, who is presently Titus member or may be purchased at Tomorrow night contest I la going the focal point of missile- 4r n".nlt"' )'" he concluded.
The symphony orchestra, con ville High School librarian has the door. to be vastly dIfferent. True,
ducted by II Gardner Shuler of related growth In the future Councilman
all 12 will make their appcaramein r Ed Willis pointed;
1tt.avele. will play a versatile bathing suits and this appearance He said Hut he felt that Cocoa out! list/ tho planner, the zoning
rT '!cr:
gram will be "Triumphal March"by talk about dcvenlpinrnts here many months on these maps and

Grieg.; A Night on Bald Moun Ing.But also weighing! heavily on we don't want to see buildings/ hll lelt they were good "I b..
tain by :Momsorgsky; London their stand I I.ve dies should be
the outcome will be appear! empty. cdoptfd now,
Stile' by Eric Coates, which includes
which t toie "
ance in evening gowns\ any : delay
Covent Garden We tmln- Murkshe emphasized the factthat a/
will climax the evening's program
titer and Kniehtsbrldge March the Cocoa Beach area could I
and in the talent competition
The second period of the pro-( not stand I by and watch the pop-
which will open) tile program Pupils (Continue
yearn after intermission will be
In presenting their talent some
the work "From the Western
World" including Allegro Risol11(0 ,,: '.' entrants will do dame routines, Parkway Band
ethers will present readings-at I I Upward Trend
Larghetto, Motto Vivace- <.
least one reading her own poemswhito ,
Scherzo, Finale-Allegro by An- others will. play the piano,
ttnin Dvnrak; Lustspitl Over- \ sing, etc Set For Contest I"abat< school enrollment taUrev.nl

tnre. by BcUFantasy" > it The event ahoiM provide a County t' taled 40513
by Vincent You :: complete evening 01/ entertainment Twenty-three Junior High/ students an of April 6. according

mans will be presented for the .; :"" t climaxed by the crowningof Dam's! from Central Florida will to the |latest enrollment figures.
light;: enjoyment of the audience ; :i'J\\,; 'Miss Pride". The winner will compete in District content at ,
This contains Great Day, More be eligible either for the 'Mini Fdgewood) Junior High In Mrrritt Seth r I Brrvard Schools shows

Than You Know, Time On My r Teen Ag Florida or Miss Flor.I 1 bland tomorrow t did of 6 839 pupils as fol

Hands, Without A Song and I: a" contest depending on her lows: [".irkwiy: Junior high
Drums In my Heart, which fans Parkway Junior high two TtiMvllle lli,l 1,034.
will recognize as former popular i ageEn Ron band. under direction of Wayne Whispering Hills Elementaryi
nnta Diane Ivo.
Lewis, will b. among those making err
songs i( l.imtiew;: Elementary 105.qu ,
alynn Cantrell, Judy Taylor,
The Bretard Symphony Orchestra Vicki Hamilton Helen Ooerrler, an appearance THEY LOVED HIM Part of tli:: cr.. d at ,mi! of the ';:'' ,nj; Elementary: 722, Mints

composed of residents Patti Parker Carol Klier, Candi The Parkway "second band shows! of yertne"Clint Walker .".t t Fl ,rid* Wonderland > EI.I1I. ntary 703. Gibson High
from many walks of life Is in its Shellenbarger Sherry Rennie, will appear at II:30 a.m. while H shown in this picture: taken of him last weekend ,KIM Bav'v.ew Elementary\ 403

10th year, the past six with Virginia Frizze!, Lone Keutm and the "flr t unit' will appear at The famous television star drew hug) crowds on Culrr HtMnrnt.ry: JW, and flor-

Shuler ai conductor, Eight memo H. C. Shulvr will Conduct Brevard $ymph.ny Ruthie Eicher5r \:311: > pm. both SLuicljy and Sunday.-(Carbon Photo). mandy. Sellout 13 ..

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;' 'PIg.2 Tltusvflle (Florlda). Star.Advacale Friday, April 17, 1964 __._ Lockheed Wives Women Of Moose

.-.. .. -' -.r -.r.'',.",,-.._- -- Get Acquainted Hold InitiationThe

Coffee April 23 Women of the Moose.

Chapter 1485, held its meeting
p The Lockheed Wives Coffee for April 8th, at which time the
; %j I With Nerd/ And Notes newcomers and oldtlmers will be following ladles were Initiated

held at Patrick AFB Officer Into the Chapter.
. pl. NorM Brevard '
e Ak Club April 23, at 10 a m.
: Charter members were: Nai

. y o/Ny/H Greeters will be Vesta Hutchinsand cy Hook, Kathleen Chase and

Betty Smith; Shirley Berger: Glenna llalloran Other mem

t tevc and Marie Roberts will pour. hen Inltated were: Alice De
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A movie, "Look at Lockheed'sProgress"
journett, Viola Thompson, Jan
-7N will be shown. ell Anderson Frances ijartii..

....., ewcomers Alyce Meeker The purpose of this coffea Is Elizabeth: Tourney and Eleanor

"4" to acquaint the new wives with Lackomy.

'Set For Big Engaged To the oldtimers Many door prizes

have been donated by local mer Rcfre+hments were served

,1TL chants. Olita Underwood, Eleanor I following adjournment.
Luau SaturdayA Paul Gee and Gail McMillan: are In
__ LaForgeMr. t tJ tWV
charge of these prizes.Reservation I THE DORIS LAMP SHOP
moonlit, sandy South Sea
Island beach, with balmy breezes r i 4 and Mrs T. II. Scott Mi 1st 3 in Titusvlll Lump SlytlatsS !
( R Daisy Road< are announcing the are Ruth Ashton 267.6550( and IMPORTS
\blowing softly through the coco
engagement of their daughter, Jerry Rennie 267.0734. DECORATOR m
nut palms, and the waves of the ALMOST READY Plans for the Dessert Card Party to *
Alyce L. Meeker, to Thomas
"romantic; Pacific lapping at the be held April 22 are finished and the final) work is under 0
Paul LaFergc son of Mr and r'
Over 500 to
feet of feasting "natives"This ) way. The event is sponsored by the Indian River City Creative Writing j
Mrs. Donald J. LaForge, 315 Le. choose from I
will be the Impressions Woman's Club and will be held !in the community room Slates Meeting
the Florida Jeuna Dr., Merritt Island. Group All Sizes! I
.treated by Greeters
---i Miss Meeker U a graduate ofTitusvlllc of the Citizens Bank Shown planning space arrangementare .
Newcomers Club its luau !
for at senpdulcd High School and Is from left: Mrs. Harold Gray, Mrs. Glen Young, and The Creative Writing Study All Shapes -i

Saturday (tomorrow.) presently employed with NASAat Mrs. Richard Webber.-(S-A Photo). Group of AAUW will meet Mon. Colors!(
night at 7 The sandy beachr
p.m. .Cocoa: Beach. day, April 20, at 3:30 p.m., at THE DORIS LAMP SHOP
will be the Whispering Hills _
The prospective bridegroom is the home of Mrs. J. C. Talley', J''nn.' t..... II lunw.5. l' V.. J
Country Club.Members s 1"MAl t'IIKT UK toe: ii.t,
of the decorating a graduate of Cocoa High School, Dessert Card Agenda 1422 Sun Ten ace.

committee have gone all out to t I Rockledge, and Is presently employed Party '1
with Pan American World
decorate and
create the
atmosphere -
of the South Seas and the Airways at Patrick APB Includes Cards Prizes FunY'all BREVARD S'YMPHONYORCHESTRA

,entire program Is geared to that Wedding plans will be announrced ,

bf the actual ancient Hawaiian at a later date

feast The meal Itself will be come! This invitation Is will be awarded by Mayor Ed I

served to the "natives" on the Beta Sigma Phi extended by the IRC Women's Kitties.

floor ai they are arranged. Club to couples and gals This evening of community SUNDAY-APRIL 19th

around'lit would the be banquet advisable floor to table.bring Plans Founders .even men are most welcome entertainment will be spiced 3:00: P. M.

your own pillows.) to play Bridge Canasta, or even with' drawing for door prizes TITUSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Gin at the Dessert Card Partyon solicited by the Women's Club,
Canakas (men) and wahlanls GARD SCHULERConductorSPONSORED
Wednesday night, April 22, Some of the generous contributor
{girls) are requested to wear Day BanquetBeta BY: WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF FIRST
,typical Hawaiian attire sue: as P 1 ra, from 8:00: to 11:30: at the Citi- are aa follows: PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH TITUSVILLE

"It. cans shoes, muu.muu's, grass + b a 'x 11fk Sigma Phi Sorority, at zens Bank Community Room. Eagle Store Pyrex divided

Skirts, sarongs, clam diggers, dish; Indian River ftexall Drugs
Council meeting
its recent Tr-City Cards, refreshments and door
Bermuda shorts and flower Arpego cologne by Lanvln:
t completed plans for thSorority' prizes will be the main interests
)printed shirts. Guests will be Jay-Bee Jewelers blue necklace .
local Founders, Day of the and the
i" ,greeted with the traditional Hawaiian evening specialprize and car ring set, House of
Banquet Founders Day is ob a 3-piect matched set of
lei's and "aloha" from the Gossip Shampoo, set and
: served each year by all of the American Tourister luggage,
-'hostesses. haircut, including tipping or
chapters of the Sorority throughout
Mrs Charles Kestler, chair. Alyc. L. Meeker frosting; Diebls Enterprises! -
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'It. announced there will be
; man Plans ActivitiesFor Hurricane lamp, Master Clean.
this function that each 1SI
it at
"prizes for the, most authinic ers certificate for $300 in
'costume, the prettiest costume, Kickoff Breakfast Launches individual chapter bestows upon Cub Pack 312Den cleaning; Pansy's Beauty Salon
lie members special recognition
And the funniest costume.
j\ J2JOO! () Belk's
Mothers and the Cub- permanent; -
them with of
Ul Pledge
by honoring
"Included in the entertainment
will be a 'hula line' composed of 1964 NB Cancer CrusadeMrs. the: Year and Girl ef the Year master of Pack 312 met recentlyto $300 gift certificate;
plan April and May activities, Torch Club Dinner and
,,members. of the club. Called the awards, ItS well as other troph
,.? lea members particularly deserving at the home of Mrs. Bill Ownbyon cocktails for two; Merritt De-
'Hula Glnny and the Swinging to
will also offer
Jayhugh P Luttwyler, they you
Highway 1. Since this is "Cub partment Stores $300( gift
Six these wahianls will special! acclaim.
Bre- what be life : intorm-
Jr., chairman for the North may -sav.ng -
Scout Naturalists" month dens certificate River
; Lanes Bowling]I
.N. really entertain the natives, vard area of the 1964 Cancer Crusade ation in the form of booklets and The Founders Day Dinner to
Iilrs.' are having Treasure Hunts, iat- two gifts of three ((3) bowling
Kestler Also scheduled
I', be held at the Rockledge Count.
that between 75 about cancer anger
pamphlets s
'I'I'la' a grass.skirt hula routine by announces ure trails, and making bird houses games each; Hepp Supply 1.1 I Reg. $T to $10
crusaders Club, Cocoa, April 30, can
and 100 door to door signals ry OR .
ant farms collect
t Paula Bamfortn. of the Earnest gallon Rely On flat paint.
I Values
attended the kickoff breakfast attribute iU success to the combined
.\:" chool of Dance. Remember that if it continues ions, bark pictures, and many Other contributors: Automatic
\ held for the campaign last Sat. efforts and cooperation of
Exotic kaukau (food) will be at the present rate, cancer will other activities. Each Den is Appliance Sales and Service,
urday at the Moose( Lodge !nMima. the chapters in this area.
,. 'served in a lush tropical man. strike some 48,000,000())( Americans planting corn, any way they Peek Oil Corp., Western Auto,
l'ner. Included In the menu Is now living One of them could The responsibility for the Pro- choose, and will compete for the Spangler Lumber, Imperial

"Bird of paradise, Rice Bluff, Cathcryne Honored Park guests, president were Dr.of Mary f the wed be a "member, of' you* family. grant lies in the able care of the tallest stalks. House Furniture.

this when XI Beta Omega Chapter, Cocoa,
Golden Sun Salad, Green Isle Remember your Saturday
Brevard County Unit, ACS, II M. April 18, Is plantingday
Salad, Native Fruit Punch and neighbor calls and. asks you (or" with decorations: being artisti-
at the Church
director Mrj. Episcopal ,
Benlnghof, area ;
cally created by Theta Theta Birthday PartyDavy
Schmoos. (The latter Is dcsvsert. contribution.
James Armistead, County Cru when all the Cubs In the Pack
!: .) Fight cancer with a checkup and Phi Alpha Theta of Cocoa,
sade Chairman; and Virginia will arrive, trowel in hand, to Baker celebrated his
1'TT There will be wooden bowls of Schenck County Crusade Vice- and a check. It will be the duty of the Titus- plant their flowers to beautifythe 6th birthday April 14th with a

"fresh fruit, baby orchid wreaths chairman. Mrs. Luetwyler intro vllle Nu. Phi Mu Chapter to church grounds. Time Is very exciting backyard party at

and sea shells for table decor duced these guests and also her GOP CandidatesTo secure the favors which each 10:00: o'clock Each Cub will furnish his home in the IRC area. Home

{.":'Jrtlons. /guest will find at her table set one plant for this service
area chairmen to the gathering.Over Address ClubThe made ice cream and cake was
", Guests, newcomers and club 400 crusaders in tnls area ting, whereas the Flowers project. served and games were enjoyed.

.,.members and their friends are alone will make their calls at four candidates: whose: adorning the tables, and thePresldunts' Saturday, April 25, is the April Davy received many nice gifts
will be
Invited to attend. For inform'a'tion.
names will appear on the Republican
each and home during Pack meeting This will be heldat
every Omicron Little friends
selected tn Theta
call Mrs. John Keefer primary ballot have been by present were:
,:"1267-7339)( ) or Mrs Kestler ((20771S5) April Cancer Control Month. invited to the Monday meeting Chapter, Titusville. the Episcopal Parish Hall, at David Rogers, Mark Miller,
9:30 Cubmaster Robert Gibson -
: a.m.
). They will ask you for a contri- .\.., the North rtieunrH .Ponnhll.--r---- Name tags will be printed ,by will present awards and hold David Mount, Timmy and San

Eta Epsilon Cocoa, whereas dra Milton, Ricky Pittengcr Ter.
can Club, 8:oO p.m. at Citizens an Induction Ceremony for sev
ry, Jerry, Janice and Julie
Program Buoks will be designedby
Bank. eral new boys. The craft work
the XI Delta Mus, Titusville. for this month will be on displayat Greene Cindy and Carolyn Lar

20% Discount Sale Melvin E. Fetner and Harry It is the pleasure of the Eta this time.Immediately. son, Susan Davis, Curtis Cannon,
W llasselbrmg are opposing Greg Ryan, Tonie Stubbs and
Eta and Del
Chapter, Titusville
each other for the office of County following the Davy's sister, Terry.
ta Omega Chapter, Cocoa, to
ON ALL JEWELRYONE Commissioner, District 1. share this Important event with meeting, the Den Mothers and flow
Miss Sally Warren and Mrs. Cubmaster will take the boys In
WEEK ONLY Barbara Johnson are each seek the public through the mediumof the Pack to the Old Sugar Mill If you have rental
the local and
ing the nomination for the of. newspapers near Daytona, for several hoursof
list it in
radio. housing
fun and nature trailing. The ,
COTTAGE GIFT SHOPBONNIE flee of Supervisor of Registration
Chicken Dinner boys will call their parents from The Star-Advocate!

their Den Mother's house, on
VAN WAGONER, Owner Th public it Invited to attend
Saturday NightAt their return. Each boys will take
and meet: these candidates.
IRC Fire HallThe with him a sack lunch and money
for cold drinks.For ,

Jaycee Wives Club Titusville Fire Departrrcri their Community Service

., Elects New Officers Ladies Auxiliary: and the Orucr! project this spring, the Cubs will
A Shoe For Every Fool! cf the Eastern Star, Chapter 6, make tray favors for the Hos
cordially Invite the public to a
New officers. were elected at pital some Sunday In May
I the April meeting of the Titus- chicken dinner with all the trim V

ville Jaycee Wives club held at mlngs tomorrow, Saturda; "The First Americans" is the

the First Federal Friendship night, April 18th, between th theme for May, so each Den will Pair

hours of 51 p.m. at the India learn an Indian Dance, among
Room. Mrs. Earl Spencer, past
River City Fire Departmen other things, and do their dances
will Install the
president, new
I building, corner of Coquina an around a large campfire at the
officers at the installation ban
BEHRSHOE Hopkins Avenues. A take-on May meeting. A camp supper is LEM
to be held in May. P.Ra
quet service will be available to every also in the plans for the May vt

Newly elected were Mrs one. Pack meeting. Ip IRA110N

James Lovan, president; Mrs

I, Dale freeman' vice president; SOLVED even 81mt1aeTo

Mrs. Stephen Pantano, secretary; fw fteee wfce perspire heevffy I Inwtratton

and .Mrs. John Hopkins, treasurer Gospel Sing "T1

Th wives group will take part

in Pride's! "Plant 'n Polish SLiPONSl

CENTER fIT Week." Members will assist the SUNDAY, APRIL 19 2 P.M.
A new Bira.t that
local garden clubs in the sellingof really ::r\t's; under

plants. featuring arm problem for many who
CONNIE SELLERSformer had despaired!.f effective help.Mltchum .
MORE SHOES AT Aitl-Poriir.nt

THEFLOTILLA ( soprano of lh. Revival Tim. Choir) keeps undertime abtolutely
dry for thousands of grateful
accompanied by her husband Gen user, Peeitive action coupled
LOWEST PRICES I IN INN with __,.1.'. gmtlnuit t I.
David Fernandez singing evangelist normal eAm cad ."" king U l
Make It Possible to mad* poaaible by new type .tformula .
Buddy M.ars. former tenor of Florida Boys produced by a trustworthy \ >
ALL N. ,., Enjoy Delicious Eating SOyeol i laboratory.
: BREVARD! Carol Mears. featured on Ted Mack Show Satisfaction......nMotLDon.'

SMOG-A STYLE five In to perspiration wor Open 10 to 9
Jubllatres Evangelettes near try Mitckum Ant -P.r.
FAMOUS NAME SAMPLES spirant today. so-d a y a''II'<
BUFFET 1.35 I Many other Quartets, Trios. Duets & Solos U.00 ,/.. to*. Sunday 10 to 5

AND CANCELLATIONSFOR OPEN DAILY 4:30 te 1 "---...*Craw ftnuttm I
ALL THE FAMILY! .: e.m. SOTM n.--|w..,. ......
SUNDAY- 1:00: p.m. to 1 p.m." First Of God


340 S. Washington' Ave.. TitutvllU NOTHING LIKE IT IN REXALL DRUGSIndian

1/: OuI.. $5..5 1I..t" I..... River, Plaza!
I 11 limnmiimimiiimiimi iiiimmmiimm


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PrkUy.. ., April 17, 1944 Tltimlll (Florida ) Stir Advtcst. P.,. :J tI

____ __ :!FF"a i

/ t4IJa r- ira I IAnother ,- ', .,.. I INSURANCE Sam Janover

Phone 267-3934 with car .ion ,* #s:,:' :' ; REAL STATE

busy weekend"! Ledford secretary ef Pride, Inc., of the Board of Directors

North Brevard residents will representing a 100 per cent 210 So. Washington AY*.

I oi& have a choice of several fun. membership of thus sorority Dewey) D Fisk of Watson St.. ,\ Titusvlll

--- - _.. filled events planned for their ihapter Something to be proud spent laM t week end In. Tamp:: 1.L Phone! 267-7319
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entertainment by various local of: and! attended the Panerama of "I'm11 Star An four/ Phone"

rrryri r II've1: '; Clrga niu lions. Music 2,200 1II1ltb r.ugh Co. --- -- ---

Mary Threlkeld Tonight at 8 p.m. students at unty Students put on a show I ;\flTII'K Of l>l HI It lit: > HI\(, 1 IN TlU. IH'tlll I 01 liT XIMTN4t '
The public library is one US IMKMIIMt: .lit l...fr: 01, lilt 10111 I MI. < 111l.1 f, INi'It to* I
Parkway Junior High will vie based on the them. "America riri nn 1.1.I C'S; i UI <> i AIKIIIKIu s 51555 11411 I"I 'Si \ trITE SlY
talent show honk richer today thanks to the TimmM.Nolle "I OKIIl 1. IN I III M t.Ht.
for prizes in a sponsored National Secretaries' Association. Our Heritage". !I. .nrrtby (Ivrn that ttuTllui .,

Engaged To by the school faculty. Pro- Miss Flea nor A. !Fisk daught vl lie-Cocoa Airport AuthorityllM 1 K'I'MII': iinihWAY( aATlNOdIA.SK '
!Mrs Sjmlra Waitkus presented (ovitrnlnc board of the 'rIta.. \ n N.w York) orporallon.,
p'.t coeds from this event will bused er of Mr. unA Mrs. Fisk, was vlMCocoa AIrport Ulntrlit, a ipci. Plaintiff
book to the entitled
; costs a library Ul Utt olotrkl orj.nUcil, amtalln ,.
to pay transportation "Modern Business English" on Conductor of the Elementary ..* tiMrf the. lawn uf ihi' \'lNT'' iSTg'.VAIST: .1 .1.
Larry Palmer for the! teachers to attend the Chorus; uf 500 Students. Claw ./ ".I"; "K.rh will hIA t | iibIU DefenlastI.,5Il .
behalf of the local NSA. chaptei litfcrive on .,lHv: .11)1..u f: \ I' Ill MS IC
:jo! ,Education Association meet This commemorates two 1WI4 II I HO .'ilock p....., I In, Hi.". TUP I: KTVTi K: 'I" P'l;.. .Ill I ISA )
> Mr. and Mrs. Ellis T. Threlk- in Miami next week. Co- dinner will be heW County C..... .._*rii Room Sir'. 'r.. J.ns, o..",'war whose .....
ovrnts, National Library Week, A chicken vied Cwiakjr: C...... HOUM. TII.111" ....- ,...,,,10'11",", I. unknnwn.
| eld ef Orlando> fornerly! of Tt- chairmen of the show are Ralph 18th the Indian \'\ frMnu. I.. Ik, pitrpi. ,.M> nf Nail i. l I. I lunhy given that .ult
"'.,ilw. ananunee the engag Glenn Archer (this week) and National Secretary Saturday, April at "Ieiern,5sls. l "'h...".. tho' Authorityuould ka> h.p" (llnl I In.. tnr. above Indl-
Hoheilson and Wwlc! (next week ). River City Fire Department .......1 Its ktMli>% Ice I''". (ural ,aleS (''''" 1 11..lnol. V"". 110,1 "oln'
1 Ment of their daltght r. Mary which b October I. .. ., ,.
un Kl'Inlo.
fr with coach Ken Gaslin acting as year Mt.'Wurt Co. oa Anaorlai -
Ellis to Palmer building, from 3 to 8 p.ra. It Is Ml.: sal .nil h BrlUrmbi-r a', IMk.. *.. I In., auil 'Ih" I'nlted Hlatra
Larry Skipper Master of Ceremonks. lor the benefit of the Order 'ot In tk.* following pirttrulun, tn-wtl.: of Atari I. n. 'lh. till. i.r which rai.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Woecly! Polmtt Carter. Brian l t.. rNmlnatint S builndMl. I,cm <>!.rft..30eutl I. aa how nh.iwa,
Judge June Gateway Welcome Wagon Eastern Star and the fire department for airport' ,inilnti.imn.fmiuiulni You are hrrby rrqulri-d to fll"
of Winter Park. Kilgallcn and Robert Lee, nlj Demond r......... your "......r ,,wrllirn ,lefennea
fund. Mrs. Bertha
TTie bride-elect was graduated: Club installed new officeis 'lbs prvvlillnt: : for in xpcnillturof .. my, In tint nlxivf, urorci. .'dine with
riiSfr? iiV local radio personalities, will\, Wednesday at the Chanticleer l.s worthy matron of the local SMIMNIIM) lor s terminal uulliiln i: Ik. ('1..rk ..f thla Couit, .and lo servO
fio Wiater Park IJigU' School select first second and third; let> provklln* .a aililltloiMl sos a copy laereof upna tb plalntlffa' I
and attended the University of Inn Mrs. Joseph D. Kennedy, Star chapter.Mrs of ttioawi for op. ..rlkiil. ..nlflirr attorney, whoae niiau, .t ,unit; addreM:
from about 21 different Mlary, b ,
prize winner appear! ur.an m or before lb.
FlurUla. She .U a member of out going, president, conducted (ill' prnrliUni. St.MiOlM far a.lvfr- llth lay of May I 1'111') '. th. natr,' oftrli
Phi ol Beta aits As an added at., the Installing Mrs. Ialnc: I prix eeillna: hi-liiR,, u coil to "
Atpfva Beta Chapter
> traction: the Cummanchero's Acicordinn cui'mony : Eloise: Wardman of Ash tee ..vl.iiisg. fSiMiw for slIiIaInsolesrsy.ss'iaa I r"" ", ltso.. lb. It..a "r II m'lI't"a 0"
Sigma Phi. '* Don Kryslie as president, Mrs. arrived this, ; Hand will play a few,,, land Kentucky irr prevMiBt. IUI.UMUMI for T- .Unite |I. Hreiard I ('ounly.. Florida, \
Her fiance was Graduatedfrom : Ham Eads: as first vice presi- k5sti by uullititi k In of I.55Insted ..
selections and of teachtilcr week far a visit with her son and tin la wit:
Winter Park Schoc! a group drnt Bruce s5nlilsr. .. .n.1 b, Situ'
High Mis J Snyder as Lot I I. nioik 7. I In, PI.NFRIDOB
Orlando will sins These two groups: family, the Murph Wardnmnicf r.rrt.. nrnlel from $0. ....,va f". I'NIT No I. .it mibillvlalon accurulnn -
and is
now attending cocllnd'ire Mrs. J. .
209! Golfview Dr. On Thar3 I In ,iniii, ,| or ,ilul thereofrw.urii
will rut hi In competition \uthi All pi>,.... who ape Int..... Junior College.An REFRESHMENTS FOR CONTESTANT Miss Pride l Kostakoj recording secretary; se.lsythl d 1 'in,i 'lut, llooM I 12, Pag
the itjrlcnts day Murpsey, Faye and t\T to .II.B August wedding is planned. beauty contestants and their Mothers were guests of Mrs.! Tony Novotny corresponding three chlldicn, Stephanie Mart-. Autiorlly al *uck llm* will k.>r.rr County. Klurlila.

honor Sunday afternoon at a tea in the home of Mrs. Tomorrow secretary; Mrs. James Turner jane: and Tracy, will drive s."bll.* iifiU: rriurillnil and i inplall she: pr.ps.l from arlulmmta I IS.- u...Nt, It Am'..,'ar,1, P UKDBRED County: State at Tltuavlllo oft -

Patriots DayRemembersd Ralph B. Powell in Fairglen. From left are Ruthie Eich- : evening Epsilon chaplain and Mrs. Art Fir- "grandma" to Vero Beach .. St Sits. kuil'.. .,( tk. Authority .lurliia, t...1.I h.n lay of April. lUll,
Alpha will hoU ClHTlH:
Sigma : Sorority R
HAItNIOMtier :
ert Mrs. George Eichert Mrs. Cathy Spencer Mrs. Fran lion, historian.Mr. TIT vILt.E.'O'nAAlllmltT ,
will of
their annual Ball at the where! she visit for a few Hit Cli.ult Court
By Jonquil
Mrs. Powell. The contest will be held Saturday AI'TMOHITYB By V M "ftimngler' 1) C.
Partelow and
.. .. .
lia-nada Inn in Cocoa Beach. days with a friend. She wiO ; h C- rl Hv Chakr_. Rl>FM.. \\ IUH1' a IllItCOIUJAawrtian

Legion Women 8 p. m. in the Bayview Auditorium. member/' then resume her visit here and Apr. !I) I..q) IM4.M __ :-ta".1 I. I Hank, m",.
Prior to the big event and Mrs. Clarnnec Sch-( P. 0/. .lion. lliMt !, .
I'd. 1'1": C I ISIS' IT 'ft' liT .r TCI =
Patriot's the of the local Epsilon Delta Chapter rock, who have been upending Is looking forward to seeing 1-eter.liiirR, 1.1 I. FloridaAilurnpyii .
Day, April 19th I" rn as ass i i \ i. I >u" iir.MI I" fur .

anniversary of that day in 1775 Ixora Garden Circle Pink Lady ScheduleThe will meet ..t the home of Jan the winter in St. Petersburg Stephanie's dance recital the .I%11(11111 Pile% MMktHI.> ISIS !liT'. I ..e. I..>, 17. :'I. !Miv I'l' ilntlffA 7 tP'rI.i 1S4.IN .

when farmers fired "the shot Ixora Garden Circle met The Pink Lady Schedule for and Henry Tneed on Anna Dr. Hopped by for a visit with Mr. middle of May. < n M,1".11"1n1:1I. :- : umiMUM i Ills, ;: i jCfhlll-C-i Ill Nj. up TUBMNIII
r ni "1,1I'"I4I\
heard around the world" was for and Mrs. Clare Branch Deles- 1 I Jllillltl. IIHtltr 5 ININIl
a jewel pinning ceremony i at !
at Illtt'l'K WIlLIAM
Wednesday evening, April 15, at \vtck: of April 19 through 23, LKHtrvVINII.T0 :! I-1X1 111"'RII OtNTV
celebrated at Monday night's pirc on their way home luMuskegan Mr. and Mrs. Ted! Bosmeny, 1'lalllLIrr.I IIIHMI t
8:00 at the home of Mrs. Jess PdrrUh Hospital as VII
: p.m. daughter Tern Lynn and I II \M PIll Nil 'JKIIIHNlllll "'
meeting of Titusville Unit No.1. :Muhigan\ sons KATIIRYN, 1If.
E D. Scandrett, 4273 Bivcrly follows: It will be aloha" ot Whisper;' LE"I'INO.Vtot'n"A. I IOt II IIITION|
American Legion. Auxiliary Steven and James along with nt (1IAKI.K4:. U: KIUIUCK
Street. Sunday morning: L. Rash;; ing I.ilU Country Club tomorrow *' Mrs | K4TIIRTN M. LEH>>WINli Plaintiff
Bcameny's Mrs.
Mrs. W. H. Barnard, American. Meeting was called to order by afternoon: M. Doerrlcr, J. Skinner when Florid' mother II Eu'. Trrrai-. v'.
ism chairman stated that the evening Chief and Mrs Donavan Westerfield, were Easter weekend wo l. l'I'w York "III R I. :Y F RIDDICK

story of the minutemen, at Concord the reading of "The Garden Col N. Shields. evening: H. Con Grertcrs Newcomer's Club members Johnston and son who have visitors at the home of rr.osmfny' that TOU a Illll AHB of HERKUY Complaint, for NOTIFIF.n Ulvnro 01 l.tnl.lf"fIO"DefemlantOMIIMI

was. to her, one of the most lect" in unison. ner, M. N. Cason greet guests to their big' bom living: in Peru for three brother and family, am bai hereby buns flloil rriulri. aiahmt>il you anil you TO 111515(5kW: r. HIDDICKYH

interesting in American history. The speaker for the evening Monday morning. M. Ramney Hawaiian Luau The tropical affair .' year: where Chief Johnston was Mr. and Mrs Alex, Hasmrny of of your Anawar lo :Ik 5oervea-.y* Bill t ('0,5' a> lull AUK for,lll'ltKlir:'.llvnrc: NoriFlEDlaat bus been:

She told of visiting the Old North was Bill Clark, a member of the ,\. Newkeik; afternoon: W. has been planned to provide stationed with the Navy, have 214 Hilldalc Kd anti plaInt to nn rue 15.th. orlfliml. ," atl.rnpy Atinwrr In Court flli-il 0G ot/ Ihe s.C Ninth)"U In Juillilal the Circuit

Church in Boston in 1949 and Titusville Toastmasters Club lie Howe B. Nunnally; evening: an opportunity for new' be"n vmting her parents Mr. th. offle of Ih* daiS of th* tlrcull la and for Hretard I County Plorlda.entitled Circuit.

following, with her husband, as presented! a most Informative and M. Long B. Youmans, C. Williams residents and old to become better -' ond Mrs Clare Branch at Dclej- Mrs. Stewart McKay has returned Court Mny, 1W4.on or If you before full th In. d'bO'I 4th: day jiiil-1 of Plaintiff {vi'IIAlil.MHIHLEY':" K: HIDDICK.K. RID-

nearly as possible the route taken picturesque talk on A Day in M. Willis. acquainted. There will be pine Don's mother, Mrs. Sch- mrnl by ilrlault will silt K, Defendant, ( hancery Nn*
to her home In Ft Laud r' I alnit you for the relief ilpmiinili,, ,,. I JHlilk I You. an* hi:;.reby required lit
.. by Paul Revere when his friend the Park", emphasizing the numerous Tuviday morning: L. Pettit, hula gills exotic food and tantalizing tilts of Ft Smith, Ark., visited dale! after a weekend visit with In DATED the Illll of Tltu.villo Complaint\ e'.rvesa 3y of your. bower or

hung the lantern in the chjrch .rewards of outdoor camping F. Tuten, L. Browning; afternoon Hawaiian music to set with them and a sister of Mr. her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. 11. IIHudson. tol <.lay of at April 19414tCOVHr ,.Klorl.lu. thin nlher plaint wtlttrn fllrd. heWarren. deenai-i''r'ln upon t In the Ho..1 Com.

tower. : M. Kraus F. Thompson; the mi Hid and all guest are requested Schultz's while at Delcspme. \. : IdEAL. I H No AU.nllo Av.,
Ctwtl* It Pan""
A picture .f the Minuteman It was announced that the circle cvrning: P. Filer B. Mathiwn. to wear typical Hawaiian The Johnston also visited her CuRtis BARN: Cayos the Plaintiff.llom'h and Flurhla, file, Altom.y th. original for'

monument In Concord, taken on has a 100 percent membership Wednesday morning: M. E. attire. brother Hilas Branch at May- !Mrs. II II Coleman returned eLICit HHKVAKn, flMCI'IT COl'NTY.COURT! of thereof th. Circuit in ISo Court i>ffk of of Ihe Urevard Clerk

: that trip. was passed around In Pride. Circle members Busby, S. Sims; afternoon: K. port. Chief Johnston i is being home early this week from 'a FLORIDA {'sooty I"orhla, on 0' biter. lb.

while The Concord Hymn by were urged to make a special effort Goethe; evening: T Kennedy, The last, but by far not the transferred to San Diego Calif. visit with her daughter Mr. ftyi' RertU Deputy Halt(lertc 18th day, nf PAIL May, I 1IM4HK.HUN NUT or a Dor,..

j .Ralph Waldo Emerson was read. to beautify their yards and P Wilson T. Wilson: least, event! scheduled for Sat Charles Roblchaud and familyin Atlarcty rRANCB for ANN Plaintiff JAM1KSON Leo Confeain will te entered againt -

I. The hymn was first sang at the clean up surrounding areas dur Thursday morning: L. urday: night is the Miss Pride Miami. Coil OOdles ltOK Ul sell.you Complaint for th*. relief Brayed for In

Z3 J completion of the monument on '',lng "Plant 'n Polish Week." beauty pageant at Bayview Elementary The North Brevard Women'sRcpubllcan Cap Canaveral, FloridaApr.J. DUNK: AND OHDFRED: at THua-
B. Jones G.
.,- Walding Bray; ... 10. n.. ..a4 lP'rl.) 1084 vllle. Plorlda' this 15th day nf April
: April 19, 1888. April 1925. Areas to be coveredby School. Twelve Club will meet tit :. : __
afternoon: W. Whalen G. Singleton lovely !Mr and Mrs. Albln Crutchfleld I'M14ICOURT! .
Mrs. J. J. Condos vice.president the Circle So. the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Conner SOtlC'l!: lp5l'sTETIsp') I : TitHMlltTrH SEAL
;-l j are Comfort ; evening S. Balongue, N. contestants: will chat .briefly returned Tuesday from a week'sbuaineas ; : rUlinolo > IMNUTICR d.: Curtla H. ".rn..

who resided In Lexington Homes Lakevlew' Hills, original Knight M. Spears.' with the five judges, during, an 1717) Park Ave., Wednesday trip to Pittsburgh, that und.I* IIRKEBr OIVK: (lerk of Ihe Clnull Court
I bit lnnil will
r> '
was asked to telt how the day Is Gardcndalft% South Laxe Vil Friday D Holland informal, coffee Saturday atl: April 22. at 1:30: p.m. Penna. 55. Clerk or lb. CIo,1I, Court lly: HiTlln Deputy Mall Clerk

'celebrated in Mass. "On the night lage.With I. Oeiteireicher- morning afternoon: : R. V m. n Whispering fills Country IWra.- ('.ten -Rlnhmnnn-' '_ rtrpal-- luu.. ..."d..,,tar'_..Bu..d. hy ..M...County.... ." .,...Sianida. ......_. April 17. S4, May, I. I, ifrll 59514.lsTluPIlKcIlrelotKOFTHS.

of April 18th, two men ride again great pride the memberswere Kingman A. ; Jackson B. Club The final three phases of dent, will i give a report on the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Graves of Ida $tattss.. 11161 1 ; th'; fullowlif flu :

from the old North Church one advised that the yearly pro- convention of the Florida Federation Swift Ave. the birth ofa Illliitii 'mamas M'IITII' JIIII4MI. IHttir. INNI
competition bathing formal announce ,
Wright; evening: B. Bell, M \ > S IIHII.IIKIII IllS I' S 'Hit C'Otd.TY.
'taking Revere's route and the ject the beautification of the en- Monhollun. and talent will be held that of Republican Women being daughter Kimberley Diane, Under : .::* tNO IS; ( II ';\CkJtV.

.other taking Dawe's route. The trance to South Lake Village nlghl at the school. held this weekend in St. Augus- Saturday afternoon at Wuesthoff lo which.n,i,n Ih In bu san.Por.lgn.lsopocsu .ln..a .1 'imil" :NIITK K: OP HUT

;colonists did not take a chance was finally getting underway. Saturday afternoon: E. tine, Hospital in Rockludge. The little P O. lbs *il/m North W>urwa FRANK T. 1tI., :\'INIf aol I NAOMI

: :''on one man getting thru to warn The first stage, the removal of Liner. K. Shields. J. Skinner; All women Interested in the miss weighed eight: pounds nine DrIve Thai MattlllM th. par II.llach. lntrttd, florltla' In. aal, HUTU I.OOAN( III.FVIVS J. MANI>l:hlii IU. Indlvliluallynil wife and

: the settlers, but sent two The the sales office at the entrance, evening: C. Munro L. Rash, N. Would like to apologize in ounces at birth. bail.... unurprln U an fujlvwi a. Truntec,
two for Floridaare WMITB-WBIIHrKK
-. day is a holiday and all join in has been accomplished. Prep- Knight. (punt for an erroneous reportconcerning party system IATKIT. INCOnl-URATKO AM:HOC- IMalatlff,
the celebration" she stated. atlons were discussed for the the "King and I" Invited to attend the meet- sly AI.ITKKI) l>. WIu,; $'rElt, WELlS: and'1 PRARLVKI.LM
.. Two junior members of the cleaning up and landscaping of Wives recently. We reported Cecil Ing. Card Of ThanksWould ATTeST, ,I \ : 1 hN. wife: OLADYH
Chrysler \Vhl.l.K: nillKFITH and. FRANK
unit were present, Pam Greco* the vacant lot. Bailey was excellent in his portrayal like to sincere HBCHKTARrFRANK HOHCRT C WIIIT ), W. UKIFFini. her hu.hanil, If

and Gall Powell, and they were -Coffee April :21 express M Wf>l.rK living: AMY WFI.I.B: wife of H,
The Program chairman Mrs. Captain Orton and The Past Chief's Club of the thanks to( the many friends for ATTOHMRr AT LAW PKMHTOTTVKLI.M: leceaaeil;

.' as interested in the historical tale II. C. Pierce and Circle chairman The other small parts in the pro. Pythian Sisters will meet Mon. all prayers cards, flowers and porT" orrirM Box m WILLIAM A WBLL8I and
monthly get acquainted HCOTT WFLLtt, .t. al.
as the members.The COCOA UK At ''. M.OHIIIA
senior Mrs. Randall Maney will attend coffee of the Chrysler Wives will duction. Unknown to this re day night, April 2Uth. 7.30: ( o'clockat visits during my stay in Orange Apr 17 14 May 1, S .irrl) 1004 refendaatf,.

story was one of the the Florida Federation of porter however Bailey steppedout Castle Hall Memorial Hospital and amee returning -, :... TO: Th. unknown hlr, d,vl**...
be: held Tuesday April 21, 10 ,
monthly Americanism talks given NOTICE else alms (ranleea, > III..r. or other
Garden Clubs Inc., District VI am to 12 noon, at the home of of the play after the programs Mrs Mattie Carlile and Mrs home. They were a g.alil' HIil will b* receIved by parilea claiming; Intareal by.
In the year-round American. Spring President's Conference in were printed and was re Layton Corbin are hoitcsses. comfort to Ih. Board of Cntinty ronimlHlonr I through under or agatnatVVIM.IAM
great me
Ism of the unit.A Mrs. Dudley Coolcy, CM Hibiscus up Until C-li o'clock A M.. April 33: T WELLS and
program Cocoa Beach April 27. Ave. placed by Ed Austin. It was the J. B. Walker Mtmt I ltst4, 5 in th. Commlialonitri Honm NOKA .. WBLL8.: hi. wlfa,
copy of the American Le Delightful refreshments of fine performance -, County Courthuuw, Tllunvllle.. Klor I who ire known to b* list
gion's booklet "Let's Pi we were speaking Mrs. Dewey B. Fisk of Watson ,; ;. ::: UI Ida, for: TO! OI.ADYH WELLS GRIrrO'ril; .
Right s
frozen torte mints nuts and coffee The hostesses Mrs. Glenn .
are of. Sorry Ed, but now you .. it T." fur <4) Wh *l DrIve Waatwonil Real flam. Ht_
On Flag Etiquette" was givento St., spent the weekend! in .." .. 1 Panel. TH fact
were served by the hostess. Chapman and Mrs. Richard Park Hnulevtrd' City,
can change name"back .
your "stage I oyllmlcr nicln not I... than lt.O; : *
the junior auxiliary by Mrs. The door beautiful Rockwell.All Hollywood attending the State 11 II. P. Iowa,; aid ) -
prize a pot.
to real If
your one ;ffld; Md FITH. her hueband. living;
Barnard. ted' caladium and an arrangement Chrysler wives are cordially Board mt'e'ine of the Licensed l4 t! Cr&le r Froat Front .N sal r N..., aal an..I.*>nil i.M.Ur. '.1:1/.soS: AMY VSBI.LB.: 19* Cheetaut,

April is Child Welfare Monthin Practical Vurses Association of .toil linn S3MI .. Mtrnl Knglewo New J. -
of green foliage, was received invited. Anyone desiring Six members of Eta Eta .. ,., D Clutch'' III" : mlaitnum' N ney, WILLIAM WCLLH. ./bManufaolureri
the auxiliary and Mrs. Bar by Mrs. E. D. Scandrett. further information please contact Florida, Inc at the Diplomat ... .. Power illvMer-tlBike Tnt 1 Hanover Trail
Chapter of Beta Phi .
Sigma recently U'I Co., W Park Avnu.. New
nard gave a comprehensive report Members\ present were Mrs. Mrs. William C. 1 Pck, 287- their Hotel Mrs. Fisk Is a number . N': ipm.i) ,.II". .1IM IDA York New York, and SCOT

on what the program is Gordon Beeson, Mrs. E. D. Bre- 7443 or Mrs. George Archer, 287- completed pledge I ---. --- Traaamlmloa.....b I .peiil nyncrrtumprr VVKII.H. "'" Mr.. Amy.. Welll.,
trcinlrg under the leadershipof 190! Chvilnut .tr. .. Rngte.wood. '
nationally. in the state, and in 0 Crass sueS rearMM
assealc Mrs. E. T. Floyd Mrs. 7838. New Jeraey. and L.' D
Mary Lou Pierce and reedy SPRAY I l' Hf on and off real
the unit. There are three crlppleJchildren' Wm. G. Hill Mrs D. F. Hudson, DAVIS LAWN Unajunior MKRlkY. JR, sod rt.Elt&5)AV.
ed the Ritual of Jewels pins .. ,. IIUKRY.: hI. who AvantHi
hospitals in Florida to w t uit blue
Mrs. Charles R. Flower, Mrs iFWEffAYfW b-tb( sal rl.bln.clrla Bolivar Number 55. Kant
which the unit contributes. The Randall Maney, Mrs. II C. during!: special ceremonies last dL S ,, wla If have real estateto night. Sorority president Goldie STW EM Chinch Palal.a Kil7k TO; All partwa claiming' any nt-
Eccleston Crippled Pierce, Mrs. E. D. Scandrett, you .. B.*,,, ,...n.. Ik. rlfht to ..., right, till .r ''al...., I I.
Children's Hospital in Orlando is Mrs. John L. Stephens Mrs\ Dcun, presented jewel pins to "Jooe' any awl all bid. or lien upon lb. real ....1.
sell if Bugs All' kill, U .IM marked. on oulaM brlnafl rl.rcr' Ib.d. .. to-wln
the nearest plus the American Hugh Wicker, and guests Mrs. or you are Elmaryne Beeson, Evelyn Burn I nf ..>*!..... -III4 foe S Tea Panel"' Th. north D.I feet of Lot I a art

Legion Crippled Children's Hospital Chas Koury and Mrs. Robert ctte, Mildred Haztn, Laura ,' JOK K WICKHAM. th. north N foot of tka call 10'
7-284 > Fungus JHAINMAN (.el of Lnl 4. lll.uk .. W, T.
in St. Petersburg recently Young. looking for choice real Holm, Margaret Hurst and Julie ISlAND OF COl'MTT WNLLS NI.. 4, a.'c.wdlng la tk*

--enlarged and the American Legion I'arker. .COMMIMIONBRHHNKVAKUCOINTT Plat thereof, a* recorded, !.
Worms ', PItS Hook I. at Page 13*. Publld
Auxiliary Crippled Child.cn'a estate, use our classi- As if this wasn't enough for rUlltlOAAp Reeor'l of Its nova..5 County,
*. IU IT (lVpIs > 1X14 riorldal oiilh,, 37 feel ef Lot Iuni
Home in Pensacola. 20 7:30: p.m. at Jess Parrish "
Goldie to "beam with pride"about .
'V1. Fertilization Baulk 17 vet of Knel 10> feel
> April is also Foreign Re- Memorial Hospital fied columns. Pauline White treasurer 'Jee. 1151'' ; CSSCS'IV S Ill If" etc "isrSOSTI ar Lul 4. of fllock i, WELLS
The __ J110041'aI. 11511 iT. ISSa MAP NO. 4. acconllo the
latwns month until recently guest speaker will speakon also presented a check to Ray p-l.a" 155555111 IllS' 'SiT. Plat thereof aa recorile.i l I'> Plat
known as Pan-American Study "The Law and the LPN". AllLPN'a I"S..III" SIS Book I. al Pg. lit. P,,"' Roened. -
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l'N-4'I'PNV 'fI. tealS .f II rerun'I Ceauly. 1'10"
;:: Mrs. Condes chairman will pre. are cordially invited to 5511l4. r ..r el IT ida: and All of Lota f and 4, ewrepl .

, : tent a program with Mrs. Roy hear Attorney Morton, who will PATRICIA 0. MILLKIt tba Kail: HI'' ?v.I of Lot 4.
/ Plalnllff.H'AHYEY bOorS I, City of Melbourne.I W.:
forward at the next meeting., speak at 8:30: p.m, T WRLL.H SCBniVIHIION.!
-April 27 The will be : K MILLER!: MAP NO. 4. ....o.dlnll lo Ihe
program DefendantIf Plat thereof. so ,r..1,. l I I. PlalHook
:prior to the business session so r;: : THK': NAME OP Tim "TATROK : 1, M Hum* iso! of ISo Puljli" -
members at. At Cteorg Stuart's rl..fJlllIA, Peord of IIrov.ril County, .
young junior may TO' IIAKVRY K. MILLER Florida.You C .

;tend. Mrs. Forward and her busband II STEEL SHELVING Wines '....1.."* la tenkn.iwii.bui aid rach nf. vnn ar* h......
whoa. bno.... notified thai Plaintiff. th. uld
leeS nal.IreuiNorth
: 14 as mission
spent years la Prank T Hlevlna and Naomi' Rylb.itovlna. .
:-arlel In Ecuador which! is the : ; Eait: Ma, wire: and login J.Mandera .
The "Kickoff" Coffee in behalf nf nCaHdUlaeii / Maryland Inillvld.ielly and .. True*..
country the auxiliary is studying CABINETS Y0l, HArtVCY K. MILI.ER. ar* .*. did .n lb. SIb day nf April.Ml. ,
for rt-ltcti m H'aa a InaMtut ir<. above "llyU'
:jhls year. All interested persons hereby notllleil that a Complaint' forDivorce .
LOCKERS Tt' neudnus Si It ii inth humble baa been filed agalail yea Chancery pro.-eeillne In which I hey.aek .
are invited to attend. .CCCMM. and to deilar n'lll, and void oartel' -
you ar required l* aerv acops' : '
that I "Thank You." ...f your Aiuwf. a*' PKMillBgIh .. restrictive rnnvxnanta contained
priJe /
nay deada 55. of (
BENCHES Ike 1 5 In In chain till* o
Caraplalat on
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proprtle hurelnibore deivrlbed.
bivision 26 LPN's A'l..a..n tTORM PAPPA AND
KRAg.Vr. P O. taos 137*. Met- you and .<"-h nt you are b.rsby'rmyIn.d
RACKS It in my hope and sincere desire that/ I bourne, Florida, and file. lb. rev> la flits an apoerane. an4
Hear Attorney I 'sal Anw.r er 1',11.. I. she of' answer In puch tiroc4ln. o* the
Jo BINS may work with you and for yitu in Mo* e. Ik. .,...11 .t Ik* Ctrull. Camel return day la May,. lo-wlt. .: JII....*
".> of I>04. elie. deire. prt coa(. a 0 will"b
=:;, Attorney Kenneth B. !Morton the future/ nn your Senator in the Floriiln .of If tutor you fall la S'S do day.... )i.....MvIN4. ...... r .* entered aaralnet' y". -

sill address the Licensed Pract- by d..ult will IM taken atalnat ,... 'nam of Ih* Court In wafekj':
we,. ,., I',.. c...... Lffjinlnfurf. f", III. relief demanded In laid I ..Idb.p. .,n waa In.tltut-d aadaa
aral: Nurses Association Division Is s..." 0rI.$ ... W---. Omolalnt.Tkla I abbrevlale.l till.* ar* a. hereinabnv .'I
night April 1.--1-' Dgcogo ellMIY no*!.. .h.ll bo publlali4 t'Tf hl.W'TNESM *
2JS;, meeting Monday ... ,. . MY" '
% n*).e4Vtlv week |I.i N* 'f"l.IJCVIU.E ) aail us THmvlll,
= : stuart ? arrAR-AnVOCATB. Tltuavlll F*..rlila.. thla ttk day of April, A.DVI9A4
d.rnanI/trrzJI/ .. Florid, < .
3: OLD AND NEW COINS _.., .CM I.MM I OO.VB AND f *l>CMl: :: > a. 'Pt,... (CIRCI'IT' COURT SEAL)
S..d hCl S lOJ
r2 -
AND SOLD |e...te.... .Me_AM 14574I vine., n.H.'.. tk' 11 day of April. ('urll. R. Rarne .
BOUGHT 5544. A* Clerk. ri-cult CountSly
Ill I MST OSIN5O OtlAMOO -. ICIRt"1! r01'R" P51)rtRlls : P-r I- n.un..u'
--Sp.clalixiog In Scarce CalM H. BAR.NEHrurk rierk.d .
itusville- Toll Free! .( IIM. CUw" t rourtrimvafit 'OlAH AND: MITMK1CKA'tieney
j NORMAN D. BLAIR Ci.>""'". FloridaBY for Plaintiff .
p-rti.. 56." _n., linerS .
J? Dial AM 7-6859 (Pol. Adv. Paid) fir by Committee
,47 $. DtytwM wt U. S. 1 for Sen. Parrisb) Clerk MiamI rVarV, rloIl.cirb;: aje>
tLPaytoois. Buck, Florida Apr. I. ..G.Pif Iri.) 1554.! Apr. II). 17, II. ; JI! <<.


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April 17, W4 TlruivMU (Fler-Ma) Stir-Advocite lye S Iij'w' 4-Man Team To Appear. Al Cocoa

Mints Area Happenings The King and his Court a four. Feigner four The King and his

1 man softball team which (or 18 court have played about 3,000

years has made a habit of hejt games and lost about one-Iweltth t tof

) N Ing the best 9-man teams around them I
Students Visit Memorial GardensCn the World will\ appear In Cocoa Resides Feigner at pitcher, the

+l Saturday night at 8 p.m. team includes catcher: :Mike Mollieke -

I Eddie Feigner the 28yevr! old first baseman AI Jackson
-- There 1 I
for Den Mothers. I
Cn more
Wednesday. April 15lh a stir pitcher and three other athletes and shortstop Jerry Jones
croup of first year students un are a number of boys wanting to will play Rockledgc Rice They have tangled with teams in

. der tin' supervision of Mrs. Ella he Cub Scouts but no more can t trie'a fast pitch team in Cocoa 49!) state, seven Canadian provinces

I M\ Crum leather and MnLliabe'th I be accepted until new Den i. Colt Stadium. and made 29 foreign tours, j

f : Bradley the Curriculum ( Mothers can be found. A Den rb .I This foursome beat the/ Rink 'IIII'I King hilling himself unashamedly J

Coordinator of Minn. Mothers' training class will be ledge!! team 21, last summer at as Softball's greatest ,

took a trip tu the Florida Mem set up in this area within the Provost Park pitcher figures his team has 'f

1 orial Gardens bt Rockledge r t next month. Any mother who -- .... It's no disgrace to lose to the ti.ixilrd 1 IS million miles and
f would like for her son to be I a I
William llucston. President of appe ued before 73 million people
Indian River Audubon Society Cub Scout and would be able Bowling News The tram was featured in I
.md to donate one afternoon
greeted the children on their arrivJ s willing January': on .lib'( national tele
a week with the boys is M MI in show "Sunday Sports
and presented a very
talk about birds their urged to call Bill Kimble at AM Lady Kcglcrs Spl'.ta'lliar."

habits habitat etc. Then he 7.1<1114. High Individual uamt KlouiM': 1'itehinu!: for the tlocklcdge ...1..
tuck, the children for a walk Norman 210; Clearinc (iloasim, tc.mi which has ompeted<(<, kith

town\ the Nature Trail where he Personals 196. the best fast bull teams in the

told then: about Florida plant Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gae- High Individual I series: Elouist slate, will be Bill llankins. co-;

life out various bur Norman 525 Bet Lust 501. cua recreation director.
polntmg tano and family entertained a a aKJ ;
Pvt. Robert S. Wittw
ries. trees and also told them Leonards' sister and husband High: team game: Harrington: -1T11" a. I IKI 111'' OH Kl lit TlirMM -':
The Cleaners, 720. 'II HI'III" 'IHIIII' INIMI <1
how to recognize poison-Ivy Mr. and Mrs Joseph Aimlio,
ion nit i-iv ii lb i 1111 vii.WILLIAM .
student tl
children hud lunch under the contest for one of these hum Union City N. J., last High team name: : Harrington: IluNpv,.
bhclkr Chickie which was We will let you know at a lalel Cleaners, 2018() t..tH\. .I.M.III
of a \'ee>k. Tney also visited in Day lPIIY8UNYA :
built by a group of Boy Scouts. date who won this picture contest inns Orlando and Miami, took Nlndl.a.. .lint I.... DL kBUWVUNii; : l.lJ, .
('lnrr. TJ 47llvirgir 11.1.lo.lff..vo
after Mrs. Bohannon judges 1I11"IIIIIlun
It was a tired group that returned tin- tour throujjii Cape Kennedy \ltcho'I. AI'r.rt 11 49Nh.ffrr' I -
, alt ar 61 T Ul.l llM.l<'UIl':
pictures: l'Ifn
I to Minis but the children and may be moving to our community \I.rrlll': Au I. lIervlc. 611 f7 1 Did iKlnnlT ,
KH MV <>: Mr Wlllllini T IdlnHfloiac '
to live. King
thought they had learned so ,, l
\ ,.lrrn Awn 111', SISrhrrryilnii I o 1 L II..dII"lIol ItlKiiulr l
that it was ally I
many new things Miihlli llmm-a (WiS
The Ljlliin R. Britton Circl Cutter. rltnrm. Inc ft"S" tllI', I Oiamlvlrw" Ti\i.
t. wroth! being tired for. Naidi from I'lni. Urovc Inn 61'4, 112', You .u.r.. hereby n..Hi.i its,' .
: and Mrs '
nut r. Tony ,
Mina Methodist Church I @
: 1 Krrl Innuramv 57 HI Cum!>>""nl for Ulvcirti' his' bran
with Mrs. Leonard Gaetano as Ciooklyn. N. Y. stopped to visit sat rnnn ("an IMS 1111't>Snrat flloil 8".111..1 you unit you an ,.
Awaiting Leave National Hunk HI nfl nuirml In wrvr a espy| ot your An
, hostess Mrs. Coy Duff gave the their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Maiko'a lx.ung 41. 70 'WIT or I'li-n.lliKr 'In the I'oiniilnlnt(
Pvt. Robert! S. Wittwer of Leonard Gaetano and family and air tIN eitlif. hank 914(, H'S' a.. the IMnluliff .utlirnivt.. :MIlHAN
dMotions( Aft r taking care I 1,(. sl J k $11011 II ON. io. Ilex VUD' TIIUylllv .,
. Mrs. Eleanora Wittwcr of Ellis the circle business the meeting, after a trip to Miami and Puerto t'l.lda, mill isle the. orliclnulAimwir
SEEKS TITLE Rosalynn Can % Risers
; Lane is looking forward to the Rico plun to stop for a longer I- ; Early ur "I'lvmllnic In the offk.
adjourned and the hostess they .
was I of the ( 'rk of Ih t'In'tilt (burton
25th of this month when her sun.p.t. served Orange Sherbet float, visit trell, a former beauty pageant lligh individual game: Ruth or balsa! the lath .lay of May
Titusville is of ...... Its I. 1C vi.U fail lit tin no. JuilKment.
Robert will be winner in one a
S. -
rookies! mints and nuts to Mrs. George. 169; Mary Ann Rudolph|' hy ili'f"n.I.I will 1 bi' Ink ii .igulml. you
home: : on leave. Returning to Ft. Courtney Porter, Mrs John Tay dozen beautiful young! girls seek 1 CONTEST Diane Elizabeth 1G4 fi.r Ii,.. nllrf man.If.I. In th. Con

J&ksFn' after his leave he will lor, Mrs J. A. Taylor, Mrs. Coy Mrs. Ray De Rausse of Orlando ing the "Miss Pride" title in tomorrow -I leo, 18. has entered the "Miss high Individual series: Mary pl.lnl pox. AVI. flllIl :It.u: .l -Tltu.vllli ..
train for d weeks in AIT then her daughter Mrs Lloyd Pride i onti'st" Diane enjoys llrckiinl Cuuiilv, HurliU, till
Duff Mr. G. C. Wright Mrs L. nights beauty pageant. Ann Rudolph 450; Ruth George: I'.lh ,Uv ol. Apill' 1AI1C : .
UiLo I'aintioop training L. Cantrell, Mrs. James SpangIcr Liilly; and gt'and-daughter, Jessica + dancing and reading She Is: :S 450 'III'11 r HICAI i iI
and daughter Angeline, Mrs. visited Mrs. Bob Bass and -IS( -A Photo). J+ feet 4 Inches tall weighs 110 High team name: Jokers 557. lurk'1'liT II'..r It the. IIAHNKS,'Ore,,01: Court

bhut jr-Bug Working II. E. Atkinson, Mrs. Robert her mother Mrs. Leonard GaeUno pounds and n sponsored by the Ilifih: t'OI1Beril's: You Devils! liy liiRVonl' V H, 'KimimlirOifuiiv,only' Horhl
At School'have local Cutter Mores. (S.A Photo). .
Buss :and Daughter Lorrie. this week. I 1514Mliillilln. < li I I MOHAN :MOKTIIVAll.in.v
\\ntt 1..1
you 8 tn! Hashing lights You. Iwvlla 17 \I ,, (nr I'Ulntlff
arpund Mims lately and a little Have Guests lli-ptli IS U 1:1:I IInkfra I 1llu I' n ,III.ii.'' Supper Taylor of ID
Forms In Bract Club At THS IN CONTEST Judy
clicking noise? Been wondering Atttndi Convention Rotary Clutter Hall" 0 IU AIr, I IT JI May 1 I. aFri/ 1\111t.\
Last Junior College -- --
Miss Frances Brevard
what it was all about? Well don't Saturday Mime, I

Worry if you didn't smile when Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimbl Gactino entertained guests at a Formation of a new youth ort. ty and ,to promote, ) international, student and local, beauty. .page....
the lights were flashing for it pent List weekend in Miami "!.Dsagna Supper." Later they ganization: at Tituiville lIigS' ant winner seeks tne "Mm F EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
\ v\asnt Candid Camera but the combining business and plea! were shown films taken by School known at the Interact understandingHeading Pride" beauty pageant title tomorrow

Shutter bugs of Mima School. ure.. Bill attended the Fla. State Frances on her tour of the Holy Club of Titusville, has attracted the Rotary advisory night. .. E DANCINGE
The fifth year students heard Council of Machinists Convention Land and other Countries she some 30 of the school's top mali' committee for Ihe Interact clubis -

taking contest was On Friday and Saturday visited Guests were Mrs. Naomi students, according to Dicty Curtis Baincs, and Russ Shas- p
I that a picture W. E Tromanhauser assisted \ ..v
Bill and Jane enjoyed At The
t t&take place and all fifth year evening Bryan: Mrs. Wilma Sisson Mrs Simonet president of Titusvillfl c
students with a camera received square dancing at the Pioneer Adeline Schneider and Mrs. Rotary Club.Establisber. : by Jim Hillurd Glen Young, teen w- LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE

from the Bo- Square Dance Club.Attention Seth !Miller and children according to plan I, TITUSVILLE LODGE NO. 1962
roll of films a
a free '
__ s' Vi lr1r 1 'lC'I"R. _._
hann-jn Stu.lio. who were sponsoring provided by Rotary Internation ':.00 TO 1.00: NO COVER CHARGE LIVE ORCHESTRA

.,; the contest.. Since the last Mothers Calvary Baptist ul, Interact clubs are being organised MEMBERS AND GUESTS -

bulidays( these shutter bugs by Rotary clubs all over i 1 Mile North Mlmi on U. S. No.1 1 Semi Formal
/lave'really been clicking The Cub Scout Committee Services will be held Sundayat the world. Their purpose Is to
held at the home ofBill the Calvary Baptist Church as
I'\e seen a few of these pieturrj meeting was provide an oppoiunity( fur out
Kimble on Monday night follows: male school students
H on the bulletin board In standing high For Your Freezer. husds Trv .
the hall at Mimi school and let Those attending the meeting; Sunday School will begin at to work together In a

t rha\. say thut there are some real were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dool- 10.00 a.m. under the direction of world fellowship dedicated to GENUINE HORMELNEBRASKA t E L
Ed. Mrs. Joe undertstundmg. .
Hopton ,
Mrs. and international
Mi good pictures on display. So ey. Marvin Fisher, Sunday School serve .
if you hear I click and see a .Ice Walker and Robcit t }tfcdgate nded Supt., with classes for all ages. BEEFTHIS

flash, mile you 'might win the The> group discussed the The morning worhip service At the present time, a little
I --- .J begins at 11:00: a.m. with Pastor mOle than! a year after Ihe laun- WEEK ONLYI

1 Bill McClure bringing the message china of the program by Rotary

MIMS METHODIST CHURCHANNOUNCING The Young People's Group International there are 339 Interact SIDES 53c lb.

will meet at 6:30: p.m. and Fiay- clubs in 31 cuuntiics on . . .

er services will be held at 7:13: six continents. I
p.m. The newly officers of the .
Two Morning Worship Services The Weekly: Bible Study will local Interact Club are Roy Cow- Raised Corn Fed and Killed In Nbrtka. Strictly guaranteed
He held at Brother MeClure's nit president; Duna Focks Check the Cod. All cut Wrapped and Pr.-froa.n.
9 a. m. and 11 a, m. home at 220 w
Sluait Ave., Indian secretary; Jerome Thomas, vice FREE DELIVERY .,
Sunday School Classes and Nursery . 10 a, m. River City. Tuesday at 10:01a president; find Rudy Reynolds, w

Mid Week Bible Study . 7 p. m. .m. and Visitation will bu treasurer The other ehartei I I ATLANTIC FOOD SERVICE
'Jul' day at 10:00: amCalv .
Services . : p. m.
Evening cry Baptist ii a Pre.Mil. Don Mctzgtr Raymond Johnson i 705th Street, Esc GUie, Fl.

REV. LLOYD W MULLIS Pastor letimum, Independent Church John Burke, John Owens J Call Collect AL 4-7)54)

and Pastor McClure extends a Charles Pooler, Dave Champion 1

--- ------------ ----------- ----- - cordial invitation to the public to Steven Webber, Duvld Lirnhvy
f attend nil services. Services are Jerry' Christian Jim Edmunds, ,1I

j, being held temporarily at the John Savailo, Bobby Cdtox 4 Atd No Money DownBEAT

I Women's' Club (House, 110 Hopkins Don Toney, Put Gordon David : t

\ FERTILIZENOW Avenue UriHr John La Bruiiclaiio, Ronnie .

Lakin Chris Broylc. David : i

Church Of God Carpenter and Herb Smith INTERACT OFFICERS-Offficers of the newly organized
I FOR GREENER LAWNS Erich student was chosen because Internet Club of Titiibville: High School, a part of RotaryInternational's THE HEAT :
Services of the Church of ''Jod ) were feted recently at
of his demonstrated qualities youth program(
ORIGINAL GRO-TONE PELLETS Titusville area, are temporarily of charter and leadership Rotary Luncheon. Top photo, left to right, Art Tolls, ALL NEW194
held at 308 Washington Ave. Tie
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In the president, and W. E. Tromanhauser
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Tltvsvllle (Florid) Star Advcctt Friday ANI117,1114 ISJ PECTOR I
__ 1.I.4. ; PRECINCT: ::110rOrO \. FLA. morn nrxi >
Rebecca I. Hnbert P O. Hon WO Cocoa CLERK;
Sally MiaeilMr Alabama Way, M rrltt Inland Men, Jones (D) R..... "No. 1. Box IOU, Cares

Five Brevard Cagers *. Robert Do*en. Sri. Street, Merrltt Inland NE-.II3!:! ,
Hi*. .,.... Hea .... Weatwood Or? Merrill Inland INSPECTORS:
Are NominatedBrevard J. At* KoearkoMr It Hunt Av*.. M"rrllt Inland Ethel. Thomp.on (n) 148 Hhrh..od. Cocoa pMr.
I Star-Advocate Sports *. A 0. Btuh. P 0 Bon 763 Merrltt Inland .. :01.11 .Jachaoa lot 705' "ar Av., Cocoa
County had five play HerrJa" ('eIe lot 43 Mulb.ry. C..eaMen.
1':11\1"1: ... It MERRITT. : .CLA1S. a'LA.ISeoce \ Eva Aeharnl tltt 1311I 011. St. CeeaaMr. I
era nominated for District 10() .lh'.J1..1 f hureA/ .. Paul C. Je..... CD'' 211 Bedford Place. Cocoa
North and South CLERK:
High Mr* Alffrd Ke Ml Hampton Way Mttrltt Island 1'11&1'1'"" ha4 sa M ('(IUrI...', IT..a. : YL'YI I
school basketball team, fotl.d CLERKS
I NEWS AND VIEWS lag on from TittMvlll with Co.od's Patricia M UrayKatarya : P. O Box 20 Merrltt Inland. Mra Marpamt Be.th .ot $4 HlChlurt 1tI.. Cncea I
r .
0.1.... SW Lajune Dr.. Merrltt Inland 1'f..SUIL
( Dave Stinnett receiving the Mre. Charles:. Wartey Rt > Hon 21, MerrHI ..I.... INSPECTORS: :
honor. Jaila 1l1oo..a. Rt. 2 Hex 411. Merrltt Inland Men. W. L Manweli .ot 11' 1JIo.\19 Rt, Co....
..... WMIIaa H.... U5: Sable Road Merrltt Inland Mra Lydia Tod. eD) F.rrral Ave. Cocoa i
Bob Contparato, OM of Titusvillc Mrn. Hetty Harana f'l1j nivcrkal Dr., Merrltt Inland. Mra Lydia T.rnnMv IM :: W. Peachtree: : Cocoa

'a 'Ugh point men during the s:. Maps M Buttonwood St. MerrUt Inland ..... CheMlne narw tilt 214 PoerenI Ave. Can
.... Stamp ..... 4tS> MIA Hr.vard Ave? Cocoa ,
past ea.paign, was among the rnrriNCTCLERK "\" U. I*. ,'41C''' alE.\ It HUH' NOISE KNRTI.IN 1.1..a.,
Cocoa Favored( To : F .. OCOh. n. %.
five nomlajated players along Mttdee C fAaartINSPECTOR 411 Ocean Itch. _Iv.., Cocoa Beach .ISIet. :e. .r-.i\: ;; .C *h a King .fl t tW t

with Harry' Dunn, also 01 Cocas, *:: CLERK:
Mart Dryski and Harriet LeletOlaOra 2W Young Av.. Cocoa Reach 1)el.n. YaaNeM IIN "7 "N OeorfM Ay,. Cocoa
Ralph Polit kaadler. tail Nail Ave, Caeca Beach N C:.640,5/ \

ana of Florida Air Academy. Rw 1.11 .M..'3 Na.1'L Av? Cocoa leach INSPECTORS'
Stinnett .>.>rle.. ... II..... IM Went leon lane. Cocoa Peach H.ka Vaeula IM 1411 N. K.nlllrkJ A".., CnrnaMn
averaged ever 13 I... M Amoe 126 Me Kin"key Ave. Cocoa Beach Bleu A'wPlI 1.1 III. Na I. lien S. Cocoa
points a game for Cocoa this Aide. V, larnoaera :Jot Uelman. Ave. Cocoa Beach a.e- WNabere. 'DI 419 N. Flake Blvd.. Corns
Capture 3 TitlesCocoa year and helped carry them to *Ha Inky 141 Feel: Park I.ane. Cocoa; Beach" Nur... H.tfwaa tic> ::11I4 Phomera D.. Cocoa

a 29-J record and also to the rM IIMT let. &a 1\I.N IIKI: 11111 lIt:. ('01 liT" "') PRsrtvr. 10. u.n roro. Fr..',
CLERK: I....... ".. 5 Pk.lepa King a 11111., ML.t
state finals In the Class AA Alice C. Wkltcomb. 111 Box IU No 2. Merrltt Inland CLERK:

tournament. INSPECTOR: June Dena ID, ad. B. Kentucky Ay.. CocoaN
tack points against Pauline Kaellaer HI No 2. Box BUS Merrill Inland : K-S: 'h109le8l'EC'rORg
High School may be team can Mildred Noalecav HI No, :1. Box 21X1 M.rrltt Iilaad : :

come the first t turn In Brevard the Tigers/ there I I' a possible Vera Strarer RI. No. :2. Iron Otis MerrUt Inland Oerlrud. Diemn (DI )lJnl: I..b Orl". Cocoa
Pranon Zych Kl No. :1, Hon Slit Mcrrltt Inland
1314 Frra
Pal Mattbewe II )
County to win all three spring upset in the making. x Howard Dixon ?)) 1131 t eke :rivo'Cocoa

sports titles In one year, as they Some of the events where records r.F"'fT V0. IG Pole Edw.da ..D) III 1'01.,11. Cocoa,
( ..... River Tralke' Park IIpp'.lh..1 ".11. .,..I"b.., Ylnelle I.... IDI' lad Caroline Ave? Cocoa
are favored to take the swim may be broken will be the Noman Nch.r IRS 1113 Dhon Rlvd? Cocoa

miDjt meet at Satellite baseball mile run high jump. 100 yard ally L. Griffin lit Vo. 3. Box IMf:! ). Morrltt Inland .
INSPECTORS: : I'RECI\CT NO. 'T rO(1 \, "1.\
tournament In Cocoa and the dash and 1 the relays. Clive Ca;la- Him H.... Jaren Rt. No 1. Aux. 1281 Mcrrltt .. ...
track meet In Melbourne this of Eau Gallic jumped 6'I" Beryl Ayrt RI. No. 3Ilox 1231 Mnrrltt Inland I CLERK::
way V.I... 8mlIk 1(111( Harbour Avt, ttcrrltt Inland i'6xy ca'ho'ou.h cDt) 1:11 Pardon Way. Cocoa
weekend.Cocoa Wednesday on the Cocoa track % Marl L AlM-l Mlenlle View Ave.. Merrltt Inland NE.6-1II"4

. is undefeated In county and could hotter his 6'6" mark INSPECTORS! :
rnn M"" eT1). .ti HCLERt Mary Inu Ha".11 10' 133 Frrn lit.. Cocoa
competition in swimming and set several works ago In the .Cu.meelsy Ihaceb. ,'rllt".hll' 111111, Cocoa Reach Jllirle Fonl.not cD, 12111 Princeton, "'ecaaMr.

however have lost in Winter Park. e .. Edgar IRS' Mcrarland Cora
(Jrack, they Kiwanis! Relays 1m ?
..ynl. MIIIn Ml N. Orlando Ave.. Cocoa Reach Rnrber. Warren (.tktJr. Pi nrcrert CI.: (meanJean

two county baseball games The mile run will\ sec Maury .... INHPI.CTORSPaul : HI.1f II II 17..4. Manor D,.. Cocoa

Starting time for the swim Roberts of Titusville, Dave Bru Oedk P O. lion 282 Cocoa Reach Jan Kennedy ID) 1204 Udor.1. War Cocoa
r Dlev. rlamniemVlT P fl Hex 11H. Cocoa. Death
)rniiig meet at Satellite will be 1 ncr of Cocoa and Sid Merchant of d p 't r.q d i.l.. KaevhleJae !Ml D.mpncy Dr., Cocoa Roach. IkUCIVIT >.. a t ItI rllflUllF-: :
B. IrwlaBarbara 41.y..t 4Mh HI.. Cocoa ISench lute *l Fun lillle. fl>l* 4>.l.fCIFRK
p.m. Saturday. The preliminaries Melbourne all trying for Individual
Taylor" 44$ South Atlantis Cocoa Beach : .
for the county track meet will bo honors. Bruntr is the only Helen. Wllktnn North Orl".lo Ava? Cocoa Beach Kay Maradcn Fagan P. O. Box 476, Fan flattie

In l Melbourne at 1 Saturdaywith the tile who remains Sara Flllott 912 Ball Read Cocoa Roach INSPECTORS! : ",
member of
p.m. r Helen BertramHliabeth 1111 Aurlla H I.. Cocoa Beach Arthur 8. Keadall 1424 Hlghlanl Ave., Eau Onllle
the finals starting Saturday undefeated In county competition PhefterMr. P O Box 134, Cocoa Beach Hubert. 8 Fasan P. O. Box 471, Mae. Oallle
; ., John Hyde 4th Street North Cocoa Beach Alice Farr 1711 Guava" 'at, Kea 0.111.Ueothy .
bight at 7, Baseball opened today Bruner has beaten Robertsonce Anion 1U1 Aurora nri. Fan Gallle
with Cocoa and Eau Gallie Merchant twice while Rob. 7 PKM: I"'T N/). II SIIIHOIRVE: FI.IIRIO\
(('Iris ( eider Eronl IIIt'.1 CLERK
playing at 1 p.m, and Titusvillc, erts has defeated Merchant onetime # CLERK: Hugh UtCormkltINSPECTORS: 1109 Man4la Ave., Ea.. Oallle

Melbourne billed at 3:30.: Win. Claude R JnDU Box 713 MelhournINSPECTORS ,

: Garry H. Tbuleit 1199 Hou.ton St. Eau Oallle
ACT' of the Cocoa and Eau Gallie : :J. .rJ Laura Hln. (cRI) t, 611 Melwood Or. Melbourne Wailer Fowler T5U\ 7th Kl, Fee Oallle.

:pme!! will play Satellite tonightAt >., ,,' Margaret I' Waddell. (ID) 225 8. Babcock at. Mrlknurna Krnarth KarrltkMiWritl 1671 Pineapple Avenue, Eau Oallle
THS Tennis Team ..f'i'I Elaine \V Vaughn CD'( 211 Melbourne An. Malboum. P. Kianbell 1731 Highland Avenue.. Eau Oallle
1:30: All baseball games will : trace D ..Jon. (DI) Hon 7)3) Melbourne

tie played in Cocoa's Provost .: 441f Mary Ft-alllng (RI) 12: nignaola Ct. Melhourn. rkHIITT !10. M ,N"" K'I': (14111k. .
Leah M FlHhrr IR') 21 H. Babcock Mt, Melbourne. \.1. el Kk. rwe.o.
Meld Final tilt Is at 7:30: Satur ?4*. e;". issai CLERK:

jlay. Tops In County F" -1''\.' CLERK'Kt.fI''T';; NO 1 IH."II. t'IlIalll'IUC( IE.NThlt: Mr. Juanlta Howe Rle 1. Bra 24, Ban OaM

However, In the track meet at v Cecelia N Kloepnet. Box 20 Malabar 1NSPFCTORMr. O. L Minion: Rte 1. Bex 41 Eau OaUleMr

Melbourne, if the other four INSPECTORS: Sieve Lark.r Rte 1, Hoc 49t, Fa. OnIHeMrn ,
With Ten Games Melba C:. Marshall (D) Box 113 Malabar Helen Hall 312: Live Oak. Lane, Eae: Oallle
1' Victoria B. Moellar I D') Ilox 52: Malabar
lurr r Robert A. Moellar (ID) nox U Malabar .R..T: Xf). x. W. "u' tlAU.U: -
;;;:' Drink. CUrrldire" (R) Box 146. Malabar ,.*. .. \\'nt En .IU. tb. MtaM.a
Oviedo) Wins Tight Titusvillc High School! tennis .).111 e ., 'feu.r Helen aTcaiuidt IR) Linn 13H Malabar CLERK I

team unofficially captured the f :' Myrtle. While. P. O Box MM. Eaa Oallle. FloridaINSPECTORS
j ", .It JfoI/I rIlM.\I'T :NIL a (." '\T .ORII'\ (tarry (''K"TF.II,
Rrevard tennis title when .. ,*' :
County CLERK:
Law 961 Lytton Road, Eaa filth
;Same Tuesday they defeated Melbourne Wed + l' 1111 Edna ChanceyINSPECTORS: : Box HIS l. Grant Mary Loulae Koehitck H.rlook Road San. Oa1R.rarcrcT .

nesday 12. and added win turn- J R. R. Ormand ID Box 33 Grant ... U I"' MFItmOK A L'I.'It) .H. 4r ntlllEl :
ber 10( to their unblemished record t" ... 4. ... II. rlnie Ma. Brlnmn (TIrt )) Rex t4". Grant Vine at ('..... Jr Illgk Srlxxl. Lou. Lane
.;1 .:t. ... ..
A Junior left handed hurler Bits 6wl I..r Ski Ilex :!, Grant CLERK
Trom Ethel O. Michel. (ID) Box J7. Grant Evelyn Helen 1231 Hark. *** CHy Biv1, Eau Gallle
Oviedo, one of the finest ; Ruble Chrlntenion (101 Box 21 OrantIBMIMT
Although, there is BO county r INSPECTORS:
pushers!{ in Central Florida, was .t" Garland Baldwin 1310 rndhm) River Dr. Eau: O.HIe
tennis playoff, the nctiers have } '1111. It ".'LM HBox it', n.oHIIICflT\ 11 hi-I.) .
tapped solidly by Titusville Highhoot CLERK Ruth Atwater CM FverglaW: Drive, Eau Oallle
Tuesday afternoon but defeated all of the big.five schools ," <" ; :_: ; .:. Marten :8 Knecht 1. Pain Hay Shirley Bartlett 873: Wblunlr Dr. Eau Oallle

In the county with tennis teams INSPECTORS
the Terriers made several costly and can be unofficially called the HADAWAY ASSURES WIN Ken Hadaway Titus- Mary B. 1'04lale ID Box 16. Palm Bay Dorothy: WubkerINSPECTORS 137 Indian River Dr. Eats Oallle
: mistakes at critical moments Dave Alexandra Michel (D) Box 72. Palm Bay
ville High School senior is barely ahead of Cocoa's :
Fern Tickle .ID Box 114 Palm
M. ) Hay
county champs
,...., S20 Dallard Eau Oallle
: W
in the contest, losing a tight and Wednesday against Melbourne, Bruner as both head for the finish line in the sprint med.. Olady. J. Mulhearn, (D) Box 136. Palm Buy Fllxabeth McCarthy SIS WhlUnlr. Dr, I-a: G.IMeErnest
Marian, Michel D Hoi U5. Palm
lint duet 54. A. ( ) ( Bay
the Terriers bad a rough go ley relay in Cocoa Wednesday. The Terriers won the N.r.lllack..U IRS 8.2 S. E. Palm Bay Rl, Palm Bay O Lange 3U4 Royal Palm CEau Oallle .

Jim" Courier, who started pitch- through the singles and started event with a 2:05.9. Bruner is also Cocoa's five mile run Ellen Jacot (ft) cio Palm Bay Peat Office. Palm Bay PR..rT: NIL 41. KIST IMIwE: e.taIR\M: .
leg for Oviedo while a freshman, tote al Narbevr. (Itr rlemrntarr: Hi hool
the doubles needing a clean I ner,- save up six hits to Titusville, one ( Unit ...n.... Hlml' ..ii)
Fay Thomas 988 Garfield Ban: Oallle
double: and the rest singles sweep. Boyd Yfessmger and I ('LII''.CS .1\D. INai....ITIIIIMAppolated CLERK ? I .
Sara L.flnnieyINSPFCTOR8 Route 2. Box 340 Vero Beach INSPECTORS:
James Dieterle'beat McGruderand br Ib.. aaara el ('o"nlr C..mml..lon.n ElrevarelCe.
Shirley LeatprMartha 1)49 Coolldfe Avenue. Ban OalMeI
however, he managed to pitch .. lie alb. silos .Iecllon.
? I. oen. May : Grubby 3S Jatknea. Eau Oallle
himself out of two hot spots and Jones 97, 46 and 6.1 for Margaret r:. Brlcker (R) Route 2. Box 227.:! Vero Beach Ruth Hint 2003 Nixon Avenue. Eau Oaltl
the first doubles win and Jim rllU'1'Of-T! N0. I L.ONI\YE"" :. CaMMi'alo\RKC: 11)'ru1E: Kathryn Nucent ( PI Route 2. Box 3f19), Vero Beach Fntella McQarltvMr 1)35 Jeff.noa Av.nuo Eau Q.llle
displayed his prowess by striking! Loul. IDI Koute 2, Box 221 Vero Beach
CLERK* Benjamin ( .. (lady. Cox ISilS Adam. Avenue. Eau Oallle
121: batters and allowing only one Mathison and Chip Sturchio took Mary Alice Klttl*. 4 Chrlntmanj Hill Rd, Tltu.vllle Florence Lvann (Uti Route a. Box 316ero Beach

the second set over Kunert and INSPECTORS: 1'lItI'f'T: N.. (It. WEST StolE' N U.\"DKS "UUL: rr.1.t\I.: 1II'HOOr.
bases on balls Rd. Tltuavllle KKCINCT \ fc)0
Thehra. rkeudeleMail Dairy (T.npnrery'sHint I'loee Nldt .1 "0' .t PInrwanl a WI. h.m Kea l.
::.la Lynch, 46 6.2 and 6 4, .. Born hold t P. O Box 1744, Tltunvllle CLERK: CLERK:
the first Titusville'sTommy
inning Winning in singles were Wess Jeanctt HaawMabrl ZOId' Oil .r.hIR.r..tiiu.vtll.. Oeoriej W gtubbnIV8PFCTOR8 box Kl, Melbourne Beach Joseph Staling BOI Comancbe Ave. Eau Oalll
Edwards struck out the ; J :
brat lager over Lynch, 6.2, 6.2; Poole Winifred .. Bryarly P90. DosO WS. Tlvlll.llte Flnrenre Ron IRS Box 85 Melbourne Beach Gertrude INSPECTORS Machon: 22"4 Dordan Drive. Fau Gallle
then second
and the
Route 1. Box 34J. Melbourne Beach
Andrew R
Edith VV ( )
Grogan 6.3 75 Mathisonover Blvd :
over ; Helen BuachackerMr :2004 Leewood kau Oallle
man at the plate hit a bouncer rnr<'IXCT N.. t..% iiTiMinir' :. (\11111'.11 or r'o11usaesCLERK : II I.IHI. Grace nardenour. (IR) Avenue. A. Melbourne. Beach *. John Roberta 1114 Mandan Eau Oalll.M *
Kunert 6.3 and 7 S Sturchiolost : MS, Hlhliiu Trail Box 222 Melbourne rich
; : Carol Clrary ID) ,.. Fred A. Conecher 2487 Fattier Road Lau: OallleIMIMN
U. Edwards who made a high to Jones ,73 and 63; and Tkclma O. Chink P. O Box 213, TtturvllleINSPECTORS M,.. M. Cowen f ID Bon 1107. Melbourne Beach

Jtrrow! to first baseman Gene !Mel : I'HEU''T NI). 30 Kit rK: nLi rr M>KTII MM: .not R"a; .
MaGruder beat the Terriers IIIMINtT: :NO). VB Silt TIIIII.IIIII'H": :, t'I.ORII.tIlle .
Clara flak. P O Hon S62. Tltuavlll ('h..".. or.lItll 1'.lu1 lenIn \1.lhGOI. Hillo ....h.nlto
4'in. pulling his foot off the bag number one man. James Diet M.ry Cottrell, 43:* Canaveral Av? TllunvllU' (enter Rare Mired) TsUprodll..rlo....
SJTd putting Oviedo first man W. H. BHI :2 I2: e. Palm Av.., TltunvlllcP CLERK: CLERK:
erle 0.6 and 46. Tltuavlll Ellaab.lh Johnson 108 Lln. Street MelbourneINSrECTORS Boo
r. rern Hambfen" O Box :21lM Annie J, Hancock 603 Avenue Melbourne
on base This was only the beginning : INSPECTORS

as Oviedo later scored three rMIrT N., S-H TITIMIII.LE I :, Cll IMHICH: Or' ( OMHEarK: : BLIKi>> Helen Horn (ID 2tf 8 Melbourne Ave.. Melbourne M,.. Hubert C: Ellin 2801 M. Babcock Melbourne
Llllle Mae Brother (ID) i"l) Stone Street. Melbourne
Oliver 210 Avenue B.. Melbourne
Joule M.
Lake Park
UJis, with all nine players get. Fox Vr.a Nelson. 5 Broad 8t. TIt..vlll.IN.PECTORa Oretha Johnson IR) 215 Llp.comb. Melbourne Mary O. Phillip. 529 Welman. Avenue. Melbourne

the Ed- Theodore Fournler 1JI4 N. Dixie Hwy, Melbourne
sing a chance at plate : lilt lonra at. Tltu.vllle .'II(;C'I"'T NO 17 INDMI.STI<', FI.OHIOV (TOWN I( 1L1.)
Loul. Nevlnn Elisabeth 8teaneo 334: Avenue A. MelbournePKEI'ISCT
%lrds struck out the last two Julia Parker P. O. Bon S64. Tltu.vllleCaerrylon CLERK:
betters retiring the aide after Opens This WeekFox Emma W. Keay Mobile Home, Tltiuvllle force, J. Brandeleln. 150 Fifth Avenue Indialantlo XtJ. tit.ItI.HU': .*IC. CIt tN6E: OK % OTIN pnrriMrT: .
INSPECTORS: fr.m M'lHrla ...... lie. Inline. Till .tdntlnliilratl Ride.,
Walking three, hitting one batter PM U.'T. N0. H M. LtIuK. $.a:W.\lIt: .'1.\!I T, ON'"" ('.\al'f:ofT!!:II a I'. Mary Alice Dlngwell (fR) 214 Michigan Avenue Indialantlo .tlr! .".... ny .3 Talm Drive. :Melbu.rne
Judd CLERK: Lydia Wentworth ((0)) BiM N. Ramona Ave, Indlalantla CLERK:
seeing his teammates make Lake Park will open at Thclrna P. Blnfbam 4301:! Catalina ..., Tlluerlll. Carl Bran,leleln IR) 150 Fifth Avenue Indialantlo Barbara Finn /tm Btrawbrklgnj. Av*.. M.Ibo.r.eINSPECTORS

two errors. scheduled this week.end, despite INSPECTORS: Kathryn Arthur ID 223 Pint Avenue, IndialantloHenter :
Your.e 43 Sky Lane TlluavllleP R, Green' ID) 2JO Eleventh Avenue, Indlalantle M>T Btrawbrltge. Ave. MerWeraeM
Tltusvllle managed to get one $50 executed Leul Bll : Shelton Fl.h
property damage by
a : Box 4-1: .
B Koury O : Tltuavlll EIHaoaElma : PatrUh Circle. Melbourne
Caroiya Margaret
",. the three runs back in their Ocauvlll BU Tlluevlll 1'lit.( l"f'T "n. to Si ':"TItI.III': H"'tI.nKUI' .
vandals during the past week Belly J. Gilbert 4324 ) Hum 727 Fee Are., MelbourneSO
(J"M Park 1I11III.t l hunh)
portion of the first when Bob | E. L. Dllchflell.. Hallwood Plane. Melbourne
Dick Spanglcr. assistant to IKMINrr: Ml td l :VMH. EIRE: IIOIH: CLERK: Alice Marnh 1H7" Randor D,.. Melbourne.
; struck out, however County Commissioner Gus Faulk, CLERKs Ruby Simmons 181 Mlnton Road, Melbourne Margaret Owen 214 Render D,.. MelbourneKatherine
Sntarsto missed the ball and Pauline K Pitman Rt :3. Ilox 13A: -B. Tltuivlll IV8PFCTOKS: Drebert 82 Render Dr". Melbourne
said the vandals did only minor INSPECTORS Marie Cotkerbam (CD') 522 Church M. 8. W. Melbourne

rmrtbrew first base Tim ttar- damage to landscaped areas and Olady McLemton: P. O Box 304, Mlm ': mar Illrcher (D') 436 Church St. 8. W.. Melbourne
.maa Violet Wright P. U Hox Zllt: Mimi Marroret CLERK:
singled moving Coraptmto shrubbery, "however, this is gen.erally Dorothy Walker lit. 2. Ilox soil. Rims William Flnher h. O Box BCT MelbourneINSPECTORS
around to third. and Gen I IRMINtT). 4* OKTII INIMUTIC r'I.OHIO I
what happens when you Oscar Abernathy P O.10" BU\ Mlm. :
Walkar. lit 2. sins iul. Tltmvlll Iladbhnlle rlementary 1II'h.,11 l Brltlna 5(45 Crane Rdn Melbourne
5.!elvia then hit a single down the Joratta L. Rollo H
give the public something free CLERK: Donald.. Cecil Ulack M.W Sheridan Hi. Melbourne
third ban line Com \ flit tOMMIMTl III.IX), ......1 Marlon B49 Ecabreeae Drive.. Indialantlo
scoring The 31.acre park is located at I PKrrlXCT: NO IMHKIMK: W \!.. Stutxman SiMO 8herldan Read, Malbourn

pirate Third baseman Gary Fox Lake, Southwest of Titus. Stella CLERK H.: Orlfjn 113 Wuhlnrlon Av., lotion River City INSPECTORS Helen V Honnetter: (ID) 1020 a. Patrick D,., Inllal.ntlo I'Rr.fl''T Ni 1. \l'1'I1T. :\IIILR'\'RlIC.

hart, filed out to short and Ken ville\ off of State Road 51>4. Signs IN8PFCTORBOrn.vl.v: : Edith Walton, ID) 4U' ) Wataon Drive, IndialantloM.rcellla IoM.' Tone' Hell._We. .t :MelhuureeJ7U6 '
Hudnon (IR) 626 Hahama Drive, Indl.laaUoI'MHI"'T
P O Box 14KS TltuDVlll CLERK:
ay:Duff, right fiekler, struck out. have now been erected showing Ev. ,*.*Mobo H. Newman 223 Pin. Street' In.l.I Rlv City Cecil Halt ,.Ncv Kaveh Ave. M.lbouneINSPECTORB
-The Lions scored their fourth specific directions gaining entrance Irene A. Honhoff I' O lion J65. Inllan Rlv tlly :\11. 41 l'IIK1'II.UIH.. "I.OKIIITtI'1'K': :"" : ) : -

iun in the third inning! after Edwards Erma L Humlonnj IU:! Bermuda Avenue, Ind. Rlv City CLERK: Wane'le* James Weet 6urt. Went Melbourne,
2fi4 Palm
Ridge Road Bay
J.ael.O :
to the park. Sue Coleman Hox .a. Ind Rlv City r.rt Mallock P, O Hon 1512, MelbourneCarl
walked Courier, who wasHer New Fox Lake road Is almost V.ra Loul.. Ranks S Oanaa Court Indian Rlv. City : Parker P O. Box 174. MulbouraeSit -,
Mlllard W Finch lox S&. Inil Rlv city Mary Joe Cooke IRI( ) 221 Worth Court Palm Stay *. Jo*. nrownlee Sit Irwin N. W? went Melbourne
brought home on a single constructed, and the park Itself III'. Ueorire WIcker (ID) lit Angler* Dr a. r:.. Palm Hay ;
into left field will offer picnic swimming PRECINCT: NIA II, ,.( lI.r1.\I..K..0"t:'" '...:H\lr.1 ,..ra UKOC. argaret[ l l-jnory: ID) 819 Dairy Terrao Palm Bay PHKriMfT NO. 4) WEST :\1t.I.no\-,1'",, : .
areas )1..lh.Ir.. .
11 rat
::.I Dennis Morris led off for the diving, volleyball and bad. Clarlie CantrellINSPFCTORS P, O Box 18 Icottameer _. vii st:: 1\I"r I N/. 4 M .1Ir.1I1: KXt: 1.011111.\ CLERK:

Terriers In the third, getting! a minton nets horseshoes and : \Iudo. ..00. 1.1eme.earp .hooll) Franklin E. I,ymanINSPECTORS :371 Wick ham Rd.. Went Melbourne. f

tingle 'Into left field. Mike Know- bathing. Lucille Blanch.meen A. Pouts P.. O fl. lion lion II 17,, BcottumoorP cottameor CLERK 0..... Platt: Hotel :Melbourne, M..lbnuraeINSPECTORS P. B. Knight: Role Blvd. Went Melbourne I

let, catcher struck out Edwards A commissioner Iliabeth: M Hcra"g IU.1. Box M. Tltu.vlll : Mr. Kathleen L. Rowland 24S N.W. Oak Street, Went Melbourne
county projectof Edna M. Futch P. O Hon ::)\s> Scotlnmoor Walter Davl (ID) 8.195 New Haven Avnue. 1hlboun. Mr. Albert Hot 71S4 Stank N W, Oak Street. Went MelbourneIKbrlNII
)EQgled into right, and Comparato Gus Faulk, District 1, Fox Fred W Racket. (IRS 11.11 Dauy Road Melbourne _-
In* a triple into left field driving I'HMI\f'T: NO. SI. .Ol-TII! I TITI'M111.LE: UK.II HfllOOl) CtiM Virgin. Atha IRI) 445 Dairy Road M.Ibourne. ".. M. EAL'.AI.I.IR: RHUIf ..a \I\K%
Lake recreation area was COD'Itructed CLERK: U.... H. Mlnton (ID) lion III. Mln.on' Corner Melbourne V.I. at .Sea Park F.1.m. ".1.1, '
Morris and Edwards. for approximately $10- W, Frank Harden S2I Indian River Ave. Tltu.vll1eIN8PF.CTORI CLERK:
tin the top of the fifth inning : I I'Htf: INT NO III tie1.NOLRNI.. F..f.ID Mr, Ruth R.y UB Curry Lana Batelllt BeachINSPECTORS
000 '
(IKMYMeI : ,
Snxl.eeriae Ceileee
Myrtle N. ThompnonHunle K)2( lallaa, River Ave. Tltunvllte. : '
Otfeda picked up their last run D. llrown hoe'" Indian River Ave? Tltuavlll CLERK: Mn. Pauline Graham IV Brhcton Lane' Katelltte Beach j
etlthe afternoon.Starting "Cracker Day"Volusla Ronalle M Kirkland Ids Reuaevelt al.. Tltunvlll Kline DevlinINSPECTORS 621 Emory atreel Mlb Mra: Haael: Miller Eden Street Satellite BeachMen.
"- Thelma Pries 1.U) Wnnalngtea Avenue TltanvllleI : Vera McOldneyMr 98 Chtrlrtc, Satellite Beach..
again in the seventh Alice Hmitb lining, Melvin I lAId off with a Conuty Cattlemen Association I I'H1<:('I"'T Ml 'W. Wl lofEKIMl MILLS r )l' :>THV CLIH Alice Claire Hall (IRS IIZI Emory Street Melbourne *. Cleoae William IRS Eden. Satellite Beech
annual "CrackerDay" CLERK: Ruth 111..... IR 1''I liubber Road Melbourne Mr. Dorothy HutchlaaoaMm. tun gurry Lane, Satellite Beach
tingle 'Into center Hart struck s Helen R. Wheeler. 309 Slngli-ton Ave Tltu.vll1eIN8PECTORS n..... A. Hahn ((0' 226 Par Avenue. MelbournelKKflNTT Mildred Oaae 511 Clarld*;. Salelalt Beach
will be held Saturday at 151 Edea, Satellite Beach ,
eeL and Duff singled. A throw to : Mr* Adeline La.key
:XI KIMKIrOLERKl .". 1'1.f'O' I'lt\l\l. FlaK DIPT.: '
Samsula located Pauline M..erv* J8MV. Troplo 8t. Tltuvlll
10 a m. at Airport,
third to get Melvin was high and Katy RamerFlonal Ik"a Jane Night' $'., Tltuavlllt PRFfllCT NO Teiwl OF a.1TKLLITE IIEUH .
b:: scored .a an error putting west of New Smyrna Thompson 2748 Country Lane TltuavllU O.orRe Strayer (D) NE-t-3621. fharpe tale .: SaehR.. Beach ?.w. MaU .

Beach Leland A Loalry 2U* SlnnWtaa Ave.. Tltiuvllle ASS?. CLERK CLERK:
the Terriers one run behind with \r.. Lena Ralney ,D) SE-65970. iharpe Kathleen R CulpINSPECTORS Il' Norweod Ave, BatelHU Beach

Tuff on second base. Courier retired No admission will be charged I'Ktn'I'T Ml. t 100tI'T.I \.,.fltlTT Inin' "1.\. IULAsn: not'sr.t INSPECTORS: : r
Contestants will compete in such I CLERK: :lfr.. Ron What (Tharlea ) P O Box 111 laae Bridge 2119 Oleawood Ave, Satellite Beach
the side with a strikeout Emmy Reed HarptrINSPECTORS Rt 3. Box too Morrltt dud B Kemp (D) Fharpe.Ptmrpei. EM her Broom SN Oleawood Avenue. SaielHte Beach

:.:Again, in the final inning TItusvlUe events as horse races, barrel : joe Klumle lit Bally Luchea.Mine 200 Olenwoad Ave. gatelllte' Beach
races, kid races and also prizes Rufus. Mttwart RI. S. Box 630. Marrltl UleadRl. Mr. ltA4" Macy lOt) Sharpen V. Kader 4IH Harwaod Ave., Satellite. Beach 1
tried a comeback. Tony Melvin H Canp.r a. Rox 052. M.rrltt l.l.ad .ra. Ollt Kill ID) Hox 27 Sharpeifharpe. .
McCarthy Hmr a single into leftfield awarded for the best dressed J. B Montcomery RI. 5. Hon 4A8. Mcrrltt Inland M... Harry Ber.*r I ID) PRECINCT: xn..t. 1"01111I..n.' 81\H:. ".\"0',1: \. .oYNe .
ci Indian HarM.r Bach .. .1' ( 1."
Taylor struck out and cowboy and cowgirl! HMIMT: N0. Ia fltllaf.I1tTlltllIllII'I': : ('Nt'Ufll 'IIU"I\'T: "0.4 IIlIf 1.IIIIe.. Ft\ KeseRLw.OK: ,.!.. HtATeOX) CLERKt ,
".. 2S81 N. A1A, Ea. OaBI
flew I..rltl I.Und. rl,*. CLZRKIMra 5Mve .Ikl
Bingian out to
right field Men's Tourney CLERK: Alta Reynolds (IDS) Nu. 2 South P.M' Way, QNkladfaNE4S404 INSPECTORS:
With OM man on base, Compare Eva B. FoliomINSPECTORS P. O Box. 134 Cocoa : I Walter Six WIll S. AIA, San Oallt.

1(6( hit tingle into : I IHKPMCTOR' : I Mr. W. i. Cf4jntnMr. t-l: Ttneoochee Dr, ladle ffarbow. Beach.
a center field Whispering Hills Men's Golf Margareta, Coleman Rt 3. Box 5.m:: :Merrltt Inland Xra Mil.. AHIatr ID, 111 Valencia Road. Bockfedce .. A IM. PlnkenMndefIn IX' Aneuia Avenue. ladles H...._ Beech. I IZBS
waving McCarthy to second andjjldehg Association will conclude the Kr.drlck W. Kendall Rt 1. Hox 4S7. Xerrltt Inland Jeanne CIr.arl.y I ID) P O. Bo. 4M, Cocoa C. O Thomas : shell Ave., Melbourne I
I two men onWOJs their Mary W. Peternon Ht t Ben 8:11. :Merrltt! Inland Mr.. Ruth Boll IRS >2 Uttle ...... L.. QecksedesMra I"'*. Dora. Jakenen Sit '1'1.' ......,_. I"" ". Harhamr each
final 38 holes of President'sCup Edith W, O.Unev Ht S Box 4IHI Merrltt ....n.. Frma B. Platt. <101) 129 Vats.cle, Kit, Rocktodt. I
-, a two balls and one strikeSJunt Tournament this weekend, M,.. Cedelle Olllett Rt 1 Box 4till. Merrltt Inland Mr.*, rraace M. "*.ell (DI No 1 8outa Pal. Way RockUdf.' Jo* H Wlckbam. Clirm.
Mra. Ercla Andrew tR) NT Dove Av* itockiedee Beard *t cc..-...*...
Barrowman hit a fly into beginning Saturday at 12:30: p.na. PIIF.fI".T "... ii "F.JtltlTT I"I.\.P.. rLA. Mr. Chrlitln Kern lit) 1027 Lee St. Rocklcdg. Be.nfd 4:_..,., FUrlde.

deep! right center, and it was Jeff Adams is presently lead (M. I. temmeoUjt ....I&.Ila.& aad. .1.. H..... Mr. J... Brink. (ID) 45 Valencia. *.... ItMa..... April IT 1"1.) 194 ,
CLERK I Tucker Mr*. Hulk Flake '''
caught by the right fielder Ing the croup: with a 78 Frank 1I.a. 47S Rlverdale Rd. Merrltt Inland *, Joyce Ruth (D) 1159 RockleJg: Or, Rockledge r
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FrWty, April 17, I'M TltV1Yltfe("torW.)Stir. Adrocit P.e.7 ; r

Tennis Gets t p.

17IJIJ/ll' I M ti01ILic

"IJwi'h City Attention :

Titu vill* recreation department fast one week There Is

will sponsor a learn 'to. chars: however. ach pert f.
play-tennis week starting May
pant will have to furnish tht]
3, Recreation Director lack Mil
et ler announced Thursday own racket. The Recreation. 'ai+;

nte..tw. partmem will, furnish: the bat
** Idler The clinic will feature Iller.
"The classes will fie ,
ies of daily classes taught by Titusvill Singh I
Picking favorites in the various county championshipcontests \ High School tennis coach with the Tituavdta Adult

for this weekend will not be much of a problem. Frank Tomdale and Mist! Nancy, ChampunYhip( Miller conhfeuoil ;

There will be one favorite. Yourre, physical oduralitm, dircctor This I"rnaml'ntlilL it

Cocoa High School should take the swimming meet at at Parkway Junior High|! open to anyone over 20 ytanurfaga
Satellite Cocoa should take the track meet in MelbourneSaturday School and I a resident of TitiMvi ,
win the baseball tournameml There will be hath a nuns .aifj
and Cocoa will -
!Miller said, youngster between womf'n's dvision, oi'N
and I 'he !f:!!
A lot from the football
cry the of 8 and 11 are Invitedto
ages fee
entry required will he t }
So far this Titusville rated possibly the second
year enroll In the clinic which will tennis balls per entry The I tnurnfnmont ( !
best m swimming, second best In track and second best in
will begin rrid.is evenii'(
baseball The Terriers )have not been able to beat the Tigersin (|
: 7. at 7 the
Eau Gallic Head May p m on Tihuviljfl!
any of the!' thret sports. Therefore, it looks like a rugged High School courts and 1 will
weekend North and South Brevard teams. Coach cOt
tintie all day Saturday d"I.r"1 | "
However, upsets have been known to occur and it is Ing on the numlur o'! rntrtuaXIrnphics |
the ranks and Eau Galhe's Hifih: School's first
possible fur Titusville to sneak through nip will he awarded In hulls

the Tigers( from behind, but it's not probable. athktlc director and, heal foot male amt I female winnero' .;/:

The Terrier baseball team will have the bes opportunity ... ..... ,, ball coach has announced his -_.;
to get into the county finals, if they can get past their ",,' <':::10 ,>' "f"' "'< ,' .... I resignation and will return to .
first with Melbourne. The Terriers have defeated the 'j#< ;: : Lakeland next to assume TENNESSEE'S
year I
game " Bulldogs two times this year, however, Titusville's pitching 1' .... :"'' '\" .. : coaching duties there BARBER SHOP
three starters to two since ." : : .... i
state has dwindled: from good "; : .(. : .-M. 1
t yt 'a : .Jt; .\ Coach Jack Barker, who took
Wayne Craddock Is longer with the team, making the 1 ,t' 4..a" : STILL DOING BUSINESS
no ,, < ew t -
.. football
.. "; ':, -t : the task of making a
going even a little tougher; ;'f ". ; \ ._ .._ _. .. .l... ... .. ,... ,. -_.__. tram and starting athletic program IN SAME LOCATION iON ,
Just a guess, Coach, Morrell Bailey will probably start EAST MAIN ST. .:
right bander) Tommy Edwards on the mound for Titusville, CALLOWAY WINS 100 Clive Calloway. Eau Gallie's running the 100 m 10.1. Also pictured are his teammate for Eau Gallie. will return I.

since Edwards, has the best record of any Terrier hurler. all-around athlete, Is shown nearing the finish line in the Steve1oodv. and Titusville's Clifford Cooper and Gene School.to Lakeland's Santa Te High 3 BARBERS

Only a Junior Edwards has pitched several l fine games, including 100-yard dash at the track meet In Cocoa Wednesday Melvin ( first and second from left--S-A) ( Photo). '

one against Cocoa. Calloway is one of the fastest sprinters m! the county, Eau Gallic is the latest high MR BARKER
to the Rrevard MR BATCHELOR

school addition
Tituaville will have to play only one game to get into - - f
the finals, which Is just about the only factor in their favor, County school system. being In TENNESSEE HERNDON ,

while the remaining four teams may have to play two. Open- Callaway Tops But Cocoa: Wins Meet I existence since last year ___n ___ _
ing the tournament will be Cocoa and Eau Gallie, followed -

by Tltusvilte and Melbourne. Then, the winner of the I

Cocoa and Eau Gallic wilt play Satellite and the winner _.. .L" m'.L u "_d u' "".,._ "ft'AV.' ('.."nA .n..n'.. ....Oft DO YOU HATE TO SEE 1
game and Titus- Cave: canoway: ot Eau; Gallie. inp luu jam 05511 wan a urn 01 11 rect.Cocoa Trim; :her: 'ii llo'Tii.\ :, .. l iTin; ;;':
between this game will play the Melbourne High School took the renaming :I:37. II.
rated among the top three high 10.1 1 and anchored the 880 relay :
villa victor in the finals Saturday evening events with the llroHl Jump Ream (IT) Muller I
Starting Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. will, be the county jumpers in the United States, that turned in a 1:34.1.: Callowayis of Calloway's high: jump exception and IDS(C),. Ahnrl K1)! ;, M >rrl. (T)'. Tlmi.:: ::: IT RAIN? i

swimming meet at Satellite Beach and, at the same time turned in another of his usual the state defending high jump 1 00.yard dash triumphs end Eau high Jump viwayHuln ( : ),

and day, the preliminaries for the County track meet will be brilliant performances WeJnos champion in Class A, jumping Gallie 880 relay tram Hilght(IT)8'.5rlhoi "Ahnrl (rCl: >. <',..by ((1)1) GET A NEW CONVERTIBLE TOP AT \tTAYLOR'S
day but Cocoa High School hall I
held in Melbourne. 6'3", while only a sophomore. Cocoa's Fred Tucker won the Atlanta eCI), Inll (ITI.) An
As far as track is concerned, several outstanding records the team points, beating Titus 'Ihuny ICI.1 ) Hfttlry. lt> ninlanc,
ville and Eau Gallie in a tri Titusville picked up four first 120 high hurdles!) with a sweeping 41:' font IV, ..cb.... AUTO UPHOLSTERY
may be set, including the mile, high jump, pole vault and angular meet on the Cocoa oval place awards, with the sprint time of 14.95, one of the low. DIM.". Itahl leux ICI) KrymililaT '. y
maybe in the 100 yard dash. ). ('h.>.n.y I IK:nl,, Lots Din 1027 S. Hopkins Avenue
Competing under a blight sun medley relay team, ran by Law cst in Central Honda and was lance 12D tees 114 inch... C
The only event of the three, which will not have whatis with a brisk wind blowing from renee Nieman, Clifford Cooper, also clocked at 2025 in the high Pole vault Wynn (T), LrtankyC AM 7.1170 .t
( Haunr (C), VVII'lama (ICI
termed competition will be the high jump. Undoubtedly, the North, Cocoa combined 81 Ken Hadaway and Gene Melvin hurdles llrlchtt: It fi-vt _ _
Eau Galhe's admirable will have little ____ __ ___ ____ u ___
Calloway points while Titusville managed stopping the clock at 2059) Dave Bruner, nr Yard County's
difficulty in clearing the bar at least at 6' 4", which is three to score 64 and Eau Gallie 35. Sandy Loveless won the 220 yard fastest miler turneJ: in a slow -

inches higher than any other athlete in Brevard has ventured The tall sturdy.built Eau Gal dash J m 23.$; Tom Ream jumped 4:39.2.: Maury Roberta, Titusville

Titusville's Hardy Bain has made the 6' 1" mark. lic junior leaped 6'5" on lua 18'in:\ broad jump; and Paul miler, was entered in the 880
Wednesday afternoon, in Cocoa under strenuous con- second try in the high jump won Wynn took the pole vault with yard run. Does It's time for oengine

ditions which included a tough wind factor blowing the MI| MiimiH,: .
1JO high hunllm Tucker wrong direction, Calloway cleared 6' 5" as if the bar wasn't Morrln ICI). I.uvel.1'1.( 1. ltlchrC .

there. Calloway is ranked second or third nationally, with 100). Time yard MUS dash l. CsllowayEGI, ) TUNEUPor

the highest Jump in the United States going to a boy from Bowling News Moody. i'::01, Cooper (T), lldawayIT FALTER

the northeast with 6' 8". However, fans may just see Cal- Mlle) Time. Krunar 10.1.I '1C). Wpfcater, ICI) JERK
loway get close to the 6' 7" mark, especially if the condi- Herschel I iPU i ). Mock IkU). Time ?
tions are favorable. Recently, in the Kiwanis Relays in Win- 4:Ml.KM>> eels l Pan Onlll. (Moo.ly, or

ter Park, Calloway Jumped 6' 6'. which takes the state record Wednesday NightHigh Koffoe League lioykln, J.nkln., ,Calloway)) ntu..
by all means, but, while jumping th's'! record, he received villa Time: 1:341: .
440 yard ilaah Hnrcl in). DunUC
a stone bruise on a heel, which has slowed most of individual game: John High individual gamer Ides ( ). Abort II.CJ: ), Uorrla (Ti.) Time: If so .
his best attempts. According to his coach, last week was Thomas, 220; Frank Little, 218, Langgle, 231; Shirley Huddleston, N."

the first time since the Kiwanis Relays that he has tried for High individual series: Tom 216. luvelaaa ISO low(T hurdltm>, !M.irrle-(IC Tucker), Mlllrr(IC CCI.TI. ),).

height At Cocoa Wednesday, he appeared in perfect con- Halloran, 601; Gordon Shepherd, ...i Wit ,
Una yard ROM IC< > RnhrrteT
run -
dition and ready for a 6' 7" attempt. S83 High individual series: Thelma < >. Blair. (C), Ream. IT( ), Tim; Get cars motor ready for
Other than cinching the high jump, Calloway also has a High team game: T and G Lake 602; June Ryan, 593 2:11.: your
Music print Medley relay Tlluevlll.IM.ivin .
good possibility of winning the hundred yard dash. One of High, team series T and G High team game: First Mortgage Nlema. Conoor,, Had carefree driving In the warm-
his fastest opponents will be Peter Snell from Melbourne : away) Cocoa. Time: 3:011.:
Music, 2466. 613. 330: yard dank Lovo..... (TI),
since both are running just over 10 seconds. .. Wynn If), Rlchoe (C'I), BayklnINDIAN weather months ahead
Xt Blln Unit loot TN/S
Pole vault will be another tight event, with Larry Davis First National Dank 3J ItBpaceonlx High team series: Steel Tavern _CBaJa Tlmel: 20.5.

of Melbourne and Paul Titusville about the ai 17 167BMlllllilllia saFErr sERVfcE
Wynn, jumping T O Mu.lo 211 11) Only
same height. Wynn has been hitting in the neighborhood of Kalhya Steak Home 27 it Unil 1..1 OFFERf
Ray Nel.on Inaurance :27 21
11' 8", and Davis around 12'. John Landecaplng Zrt 18 sleet Pond.Motel 70S say RIVER f

Another close event will be the broad jump, Melbourm'sTom Flrat Duffy' a Mornaga Heatauraal Corp 20 XI: .It 22 II & .Ii: Shirt Lettering 74 75'411'42HI.el' *

Garvin has been jumping near the 20' mark and so hasTitusville's Gateway' Lanea 17 21 27 2ABudwelner M.rteue.Tavern TJ 7H 4:1"Ir.t 43': GUN SHOP 66 ,
Tom Justice Honiei 'lL
Graham Masonry 14 1)CltUena 7m 44'4 \
I oe Southern Bnom
However, Cocoa's Fred Tucker cannot be overlooked, Hank a 43 Muter Cleaner. 455k 81'61"1 55'4 ,
and neither can the competition in the mile run. Tuckerran Laff-em-down T Adele ft O Mu.lo (km M'h NEW & USED GUNS 6 "'" .
Shop 69 117 any
a brilliant high and low hurdle time in Cocoa Thursday lIeOflreJarl.. .)' Kvaltor' ftV4 Ally (REPAIRS & AMMO) (I 11
against Eau Gallie and Titusville, skimming over the lowsat High individual game: Janice J.rat M:.II I,)vnnn' Aaoo. 62 51 fl4 fl2 .Ia:1:
20.25 and the highs at 1495. Laneou, 160. n.y'. Cleaner 411UJlpllon 59y '/ Mil. South of J
In the mile competition anything can happen. Bre- High individual series: Sarah Atlantic Pontiac Plumnlnf 42 JIIH. '74 79'" Florida Wond.il.nd 8 tight

vard County is lucky, to have three of the top six milers in King, 406. Itkothley, 8ta<* BlcilowWerv 36 11II Oa U. S. No. 1 1Ie cylinder car J

Florida. Cocoa has Dave Bruner, Melbourne has Sid Mer- High team game: Gutter Rats, Joyce Plumbing' 31 8.1 '
Parta eatra if n ede I .
chant and Titusville will be 422. 1
entering Maury Roberts. Try- '
ing to pick a winner would be like swatting flies off the High team series: The 3 Pins, : .'s .... ., : U.i. nidriwAr II WE DO ALL THIS. ; ,
1088 .NO. 4
buttermilk. Knock one down and another takes its
Bruner is the only miler of the three who is undefeated place.He The HtaailUo-a a Plna W HI,,n> I.4.... DOWNTOWN **...... t ;.,.: j O Clean and Adjust Spark Plugs O Check Coil and Condenser

has beaten Merchant twice and Roberts once, however, in Alley Cat. 11 II TITUS$ VIIU: :r;
Gutter Rate 11 9 < O Clean and Set Points O Check Generator andO
competition like the county meet, anything can happen. All The Lament 10 HI" .... "i .

three fellows have run under 430.: The I ae Birds...!.., ,rID.,,.__ 8.0 1T 11 k' tJ ,' ', BREVARD i Set Timing Voltage Regulator

I I I.f MOTOR O Adjust Carburetor O Check Battery
I :Read Star Affvoeata Oaaslfieda'I : '. 0 ,
j .,,
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with rod teitorlor. heat,,. tharpl' 287-4190 .rife

HAM'S IN STOCK I. j Sporting Good*

\ I BREVARD MOTOR CO. I Lawn & Gander

CYCLE CENTER Bicycles, Radio, TV


Magnolia 562 King Plus St.,, TltutvllU Cocoa MARY CARTER PAINTS I Phone M7-4W1 Indian Itl.., City OUTSTANDING CAR SERVICE CENTER,

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t TltutvlllclPbrMa r. ) A....if. 'riel.", April, 17, 1H4 I

i Officials Looking At BayviewCity

Kiwanis Clubs Medical Society of Titusville officials are- any transaction regardless of I

known to be looking over the price. jjA jj

.r Bayview Elementary School as a study is being made of the

possible future city hall and building's value at this time and,

Okay County Anti-Polio Drive School Board officials are studying when this is determined, the oficials .

just what could be done 1a if/ ( arc expected to get to.

Members of the Brevard leal Society both have endorsedand Society, said 'the society U solidly transaction is proposed. gcthcr

County Kiwanis Clubs and the adopted the countywide pledged to the drive! and will Some city officials have been Titusville Shopping Center
polio inoculation 100 percent participate In the campaign
I Brevard County Medical Society, officials of both organizationsstated agumst the crippling disease with shown all areas of the building 10 ,*" m. to 9 p. m.ATTENTION. I

have started to roll up their Wednesday. all the medical personnel In Its c.y school officials, so that some
ideas for future use could! be de
sleeves and go to work to combat John Langstaff of Melbourne, ranks HERE TODAY Ford's lively new Mus- economy and Ford Quality, Mustang con- term irsed. I

polio Kiwanis and the Med president of the County Medical Herbert S. Johnson of 1'lIulI- tang, which is on display at McCotter convertibles and hardtops feature bucket

vine Kiwanis District Lt Gov Motors here today, combines the stylingand seats and molded nylon carpeting as stand There are 304 students in grad,

ernor, said the formal adoptionof features of expensive foreign cars with ard equipment, with a full-width seat in cs one through three housed in indscyI

May 28 Set As Tentative Dale the polio drive by the Rock American mass-productlon price, compact the rear the 47.year.old poured concrete
I ledge Kiwanis Club, has brought structure, Available In the build

the ranks of Kiwanis throughoutthe ing for school purposes are about I

For YMCA Membership- KickoffMonday project.county 100 percent Into the "No Delay" In GENESYS ProgramIn 13 suitable made classrooms out of hree a class cafeteria !

night, April 13, marked of the Board; Keith Robeson, The declaration by medical rooms, auditorium tttice and ALL I ELECTRICSHAVER

the sixth of a series of mEetIng lot Vice Chairman; Rev Edward society and Kiwanis officials: answer to some Brevard "I I have complete confidencethat ing the project, since the plans storage space.

between local residents and Norman 2nd Vice Chairman, definite the drive Is this matter will be resolved I OWNERS
made it a County concern over delay In > are not scheduled! to be completed Any deal will probably hinge I
Brtvaid County 'Y' Officials Mrs Robert Lehman Secretary; reality and Rrevard will have a the implementing of the GEN in the very near future. Attorney for the most par on the priceitl'hough '. '
inter>tfd in establishing! a Vernon Jansen, Treasurer county wide dl.trlbulion of the some General Kynes is at work and bids let until August of ( cay: or school' ntiicials

North Dievard YMCA In the A major item of business was new two.close, oral polio vaccine ESYS program because of 4 with the real estate division of this year haven t committed themselves on '0 w?
Titusville Area. the establishing of a '\" Kick.off with Kiwanis supervising admin problems which have come ip' ) the Corps of Engineers and I am \

Walter Soufiwortli Y' General Date fur the North Dievaid Istrative details, keeping Inoculation with locating the base station on as urul hat! a satisfactory solution s
Secretary, along with local sustaining membership drive. records and I underwriting property: at the south end .bf involving either a transferof I

attorney, Bert McIntosh pre sid. A tentative date for the one day the cost, and the Medical Soc Cape Kennedy University 'Of> title or a lease will be achieved r

et lOt the meeting. drive was established us Thurs Icty taking care of actual adminIstering Florida President J_ Way{le ,

New officials for the proposed clay May 28th Ray Winsteadwas of the vaccine and a team Reitz today issued the following "In the meantime work on

YMCA, all Titusvil residents appointed as general chair approach designed: to make the statement regarding lease &. soil fists and architectural plantis

are, Bert McIntosh, Chairman man for the 'Y' Day. medicine available, to very individual ioliitions: for the land: i progressing on schedule and 8iq
in the county
Southworth stated that the Probable contribution askedof "It has come to my attention we expect no further delays in

major( purpose of the membership receiving the vaccines that there is considerable con moving!: forward' with the GEN.
Richard Mason persons run over possible delays in developing ESYS facility and the
drive was to .allow North will be 50 cents per dose, with 2 program
Bievird citizens to financially a suitable lease for tJia. at Cape Kennedy
doses of the medicine being required -
participate in raising the initial for immunization, KiwanIs land on which the GENESYS "Negotiations over acquisitionof

Dies Suddenly money to make a community'Y' and Medical Society officials facility will be located L the land are in no way delay

possible. Each person participating both stress that persons T

Richard :Mason 'Si., 87, a financially automatically able to make contributions are \ ]

resident here for the past 11 becomes a charter memo asked to do so No one, regardless !: Count/; Calendar

years died suddenly yesterdayat ber of the 'Y'. All monies raised of ability to pay will be turn-

the home of his niece, Mri. would be utilized in the establishing ed away. lor listings of community mil Hills Country Club "

George I'nrtelow Jr a 'Y' program for this Stressing all are invited to participate wide Interest and participation Clean, Sharpen 1 19
Sunday, April 19 [ : .
area with the eventuality that Johnson commented call Jill Funk, 2670283 .'1.\:1': & Oil Razor Head
A retired textile worker, he Beginning of Pride Inc ; i
a permanent 'Y' building would "To turn anyone away from the Friday, April 17 TWO DAYS ONLY -
"Plant N Polish" Week,
N. J. ,
here from Newton,
came bean immediate future goal 'feeding: stations' without Ins receiving at
9 am. 9 Boat Show
He was a' member at the the vaccine would des. p.m 3 p,m. Drevard Symphony ."... .-... Monday and Tuesdayl!
Sustaining charter members Citizens Bank on the river.
Fraternal Order of Eagles, and have a unique advantage, it troy the whole purpose of the 8 pm- Talent Show at Parkway Orchestra Concert at Titusville COLONIAL Pictured with "Cheynne" Body at the I Repairs Made On
Knights of the Golden Eagles program to deal a hard blow as High School, sponsored by Pres 1 All Makes!
was pointed out, In becoming a Junior High Colonial Lounge after dinner Saturday is the Colonial
of Chest, lit*. partner In the North Brevard'Y' possible to polio by gelling 8 p.m Twirl.A.Ways square bvtenan Women, maitre d' Bill Myers, right, and Mrs. Myers left Cheyenne Belk.Indscy

..; Survivors ftWrA' ton Richard at its very inception and can everyone who can be told about dancing, Indian River City civic Wednesday, April 22 in real life, Clint Walker appeared at Florida Wonderland I Jewelry Department

m Jr, of Newton; one daughter, assist in establishing the growth the program immunized"Dr center. Saturday and Sunday.-{(S-A Photo).
MM Ralph E. Slater, of Newton, and potential T Paul Haney, Titusville 8 p.m H:30() p.m. Dessert ---

Zone niece, Mrs\ Part low, and pattern County Medical officer will Saturday, April It card party, Citizens Bank Com
: six crundclulden The following standing committee throw the resources of his department 9 am. 9 p.m Boat Show at munty Room, table and door TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER STORE HOURS 10 AM TO 9 PM
chairmen were appointed: into the drive and will
Citizens Dank on the river
prizes, public welcome
Funeral services will be heldat Program, Dr, Durdette Olson; act as purchasing agent for the 5pm, 8 pm. Fire Depart by Indian River sponsored Wo-

10 am. Saturday at Smith Buiincia and Finance, Vernon Brevard Kiwanis clubs In acqu ment Auxiliary and Eastern man's Club.Titusville City

Chapel with Fr. W; Sumner Jansen. sition of tho vaccine. Star Chicken supper, IRC fire
"feigusoaof St Gabriels Episcopal : Local Citizens interested in obtaining The vaccine will be administer' hall

Church officiating Remain information about the ed at strategic points around the
8pm. "Miss Pride" beauty Shopping Center
will be forwarded to Brlston, proposed 'Y' may write Bert county pageant Bayview School auditorium 10AM. to 9 PM ndscWashed 33 Times !
Pa, for{ Interment under dlrec McIntosh: P. O Box 483, Titus. Possible date for the mass In.
lion of Smith Funeral Home villoMrlllr. ovulation Is September, for the sponsored by Pride Inc. l

,-- --- I first application with tha second 8 p.m Hawaiian Luau Flor Never Ironed
IK1 INTrSTIOI: 111 tIMMT IIl'I>>4IY.1 and final feeding! following in rida Greeters and NewcomersClub
y1/a MM',\t, irK: 1..1.
TO WHOM IT MAY rONCMHX AND TO ALL OWNtJR", F'tNHOXHOR' KM"' November dirtier_an ddance,

NOTICF; 18 HEREBY!: GIVEN. In oi>m|>IUnce with and I by uthirltr ofChaptrr J.w ndscSOLID
37S, Florida Htatutae ae amended sod Chapter Z..J70: I..w.I of H..>r-
loJa 1HU! ''h.1 the Gove.n"/ Board of Central and eouth..n nor"la Flnol
Control blatrirt l a puhlla rrrpnratlon .xl.llnr' and op.ealtnj undr .nil byalrlo.
: : \ ::
st ,the' lawn of (he: alait of Flrlla, Intenda to ..dnplhe tullnwingteal.lly. I I WhisperA
budget, ar s. Ih. ,.m. mar b. amon.led' for ..Id'1 1I101.lcl fug lbs
tl? .I' yra, hrglnsing: July t1904 ." June 8'',. 53,
.tln.a,1: anv.eni, to b. r..l.ect. 'by 1J1.rr.,1, taxes 1I,1"'IInooOO,," VALUE I
n..n..a'' llevrnoe. Fund Elate of JI'1orlll. 8no",1"10, Of'
11"11 f:. r"w Ai', "unt 9ft.OOOOIlf.Um.le.1
amount to be recelved.trom olber
sear lUGOOOoo
fJ"Um.led "obll..d' .r nil'( b..l.nc.. whlcb'will I ,
be on hand, et IIIe b.gtnntng 01 the above r.r..r.d
to usual year 1.8'1.0110,00,. ''

Esllmerad: tolal rued arsllable /14n00Ih/0o0/

Fur P.ransl Cnmtrecnbw' F.rvb'rs 1 I ,IIOO.OO j f

Conl.1 Services ", 7,360.00Cnmmodiues + t
MI,1:6.W\ '
Capital Outlay ',1I.7,1",1JOTole' '
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,iijii.tii.oo 55' rue
For A"q..I.ltl. of Lands and Other Purpolea r
Personal 8ervlca c. ", ( ,Tp 51,105
Contractual 8ervIces, 10300.00: :: '"
('ommudllles 111711'Is) T tvF
'urrent (''h.rgee 2.Nsi,1a M4,. lli I I
('" ,IIRI Outlay RIghta. ot Way 7lM147.1OCa"II..1 : LIIIj'L1't
) Outl.y $qUlpl1l.u' I I ,tmoosConlingeucles )I I1l

., .1, __2O.1",1JO'
Total v ao 1 7,1118.7901,00 4r (/ -'gIItII
For Reserve 4 lT4.uO,0II ,

For Tat Asaeaaora'...Faa/ 342,600.00For IIIIIIN" rIil

Olerallon and Mllntentnee' ef the \
UlHlrlcl W..k. .' ? ,
nniinal. tfcrvlcri .| tIIOf",11O! '
nntractUHl' Hervkee lJIIQhllii.1tI
C ommoOltlra : .' '; :, 4NIt.i0lUIJ
Current Ch.rB.eCapital :Hi',*"i,mima i n
Outlay ,24i"on
Cunejignnclei, sl':. .3.mm',ooZ c 1

Total |12.251.793.00: SOLID COLOGNE

For Con,I,ut of the Affalri ef the X9'1lNeuerNeedslronngl
Dlnlrlct UenertllyParnonal regular $2.25 size
tttrvl It'. iCintreclial ""i,"011,011,
Service DH'mill',IK)
tunimidltlea 11 ItWI, ),(10'
Current f'harjei .nun m
Capital CulU Z4M,m $1.00available
CoutlnKsnuleiTutal 7,61X1,15/,,
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leilnialel' total e 'lmati>d amount which will. appear at the beclnnlnff _
of tba above referred to focal gar ai obllgtted :Mrs Jack Horton left and Dana fragrances
upon eoiiiinltmpn made bit. Incomplete I 800,011000 WIND UP PLANTING ( )
That on the' 1-th: day ef Mav. A:.1). 1M4, at nine clock anoa In Oh. Mrs. Ike Rlgell are shown wl Inding up the planting in the Imcs \
County Commltelnnera ; -
lUnm ,
lint l'l"re", I'lorl'' hrering Meeting will lJ& atturd.d of the to Ml all owner County. per.ons Courthouse. or en.tills. ., triangle between the two 1 la of U S 1 south of the :' TABU
who u. o. nosy M .bjecl. 10 said 01..1.\is.... Ih..I Th of
altnreya oragenre American 011 Station. .
10 spent brrure old Iinerd and. chow Ih.lr obJtoctiou to said Ruol..I I 20 CARATS _
.Thl.nc.Nollc.lhai.sll. be.p"bll.hed..., lit the .llh'.n' counties of Ohs DI.trle' 10 plants" for this and other b eautification projects set for
This the 1Kb day of April work during Pride Month. I f anyone has plants or might AMBUSH
1161CENTRAl.. ANT MOtlTHKRN: FLORIDA wish to make monetary don;ations for purchase of plants < Cosmetics
t'Ltlno ffiNTIliiL PltlTHICT! BY ITS be called- S;i-A Photo Department
ask they ( )
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W, n. II..1tApt' .
11. L. ....1. Slacks that promise to do just that -
IT !4 M.y 1 'Frl/ lot
--- -- CALL US FIRST FREE ESTIMATES Stay Pressed! They keep that store-fresh look

even after many, many washings.

LEARN EARN! ENCE IN BUILDING LICENSED AND IN. 100% cotton tailored for a perfect fit.

Secretarial Courses SURED RESIDENTIAL fc: COMMERCIAL. .' "
model in sand olive
Belt loop pewter, ,
Spcedwriting, Shorthand PAYMENT
Claiiaa Now Forming! ? 28-33 sizes 6.98. For Boys, belt loop

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Nosing Around I Ii Star'AdvocateTh << Unfcle FuD's

rev Bob Hudson) Vole. of 25.000 North Br.vard County R..ld.aU

This column's discussion of join the pack or the clique nor,
possible Mullet Wrapper In should a Damon Pythias relationship
I support of several candidates the be established. -- --- .- -- ,,_ .
Bother day has prompted a num. "Because of the way the "'S'Y''''

'1 ber of telephone calls asking 'Mullet Wrapper' deal was hand ', >{if,:..,

about the situation led, I hue taken steps to correct 1 a

It also brought forth a letter this situation >n tie upcoming 't".': I .r r
and a bit of Information that a elections. I have had this ar .
;, ." I bill trj In' out that new fraud& *
local resident feels should be name registered under by own ''N;

made public name by Tom Adams. And those .b '.o. .' xr 1'1I111' 11.ico 1 get there tit teat Ami tl dt a purty tight tew

Seems as though: Clonnie liar. who are interested can save rd Hc',"I ittute; office on West sec th..t t In!, new apartment
ns Jr? 228 PrItchard Ave., In themselves time and( stamps. by :Main\ Street an' I shore get tew house ED n' up on south( WashIngton .

dian River City, didn't like the stopping by the the Star Advocate sit a lot (of f folks Hcliit! Trabve'her '' It ,tv want tow see
methods used In the last city and locking at papers. II how W"I'I' /crow: in' jist 1\ Un (
enclose them for your benefit and .' "n thl', Travel Uuicau
council election; that is the on the bulkhead out in front it
will appreciate you holding them keeps me posted un what thereA
publication of "mullet wrappers"to the Citizens: Bank one ot ihcatnice
for me.) MI tiound the \\'oildhtrallcy '
promote the candidacy of a clear meats: un look 11th,'
"If the Mulletrappcr Is usedIn C'lc! tells me oil thetiling '
couple of candidates. 1 fights, in South Tidyville at" aver
this election it will in the
support poppm'
m'w up
So, he took some action, and on the island I waz standm'there
Pruitt, Wilson and Kittles These nvnp"itatian plans fir Tidy
had the name Mullet Wrapper'registered tether e\cnln with Jes
people will not be supported a*< w ville, I'.it humor tells me all
under his name with ClulJrp, Henry Goethe. Pier' '
j: Secretary cf f State Tom AJams Democrats or Republicans but. '" vT tin mw plans an' decviccs the Tnln.idge an' denied if It ':,,in'
as the best man for the given jo > I/! : far the
The letter from Harris: who ,. liliphnni. Company got look like I: the outer dca' ,:iChicewgy
r operates Tcmco Tower Co., Is as And, in the space that was blank ?'...... "" : luliiu it[,'ik, when 1 wiz: a set. when' I visited! in!

follows before, there will appear my sit TJr tin ont< i: at Lem WtnckrsnooU
: there one time I still say tolks
of the
nature or the signature : DJI Parlor in Coon
"I I read recent column : m Sippin
Your "Yew ain't seen nothm y'I i
the upcoming issues person who I have given per lit".ll'i I Iuis gittin' tho latest
concerning ,
of the 'Mullet Wrapper' and( I mission to use the name of 'Mul 'itittl lull on whether Calvin With all these new schooui
let Wrapper', I have nothing to l
have a few observations to make ('" ,iI'l'! ,i' wns conni run agin'n rs gout' up I asked i cziii
hide, not even my signature
on the subject: n \\ I"I M in Harold Lloyds .
Clonnie Harris Jr ,,4-1 Chuck Motley about all'hs' edjicntinn
I lal'.1' i !lItWin', pickturw Jut '
R First cf all I was very unhappy bUzinct "Wal. aid
h'I\\ s von( how up to the minute '
, < the way the situation Chuck, the 3R i are l1\1g' ,mport.int '
Since one of the vice presl'ents fl 'ihinu u ttttm': kw be> in Tidy- all life. 'Attwrnty
came about In tile last election Sq through
( died," the brash young ..a t Mill, ,
I fivei its Roman .
t It reminds me of a quotation ai
clerk told his boss "do
read somewhere: 'Oh what tang coo V\<' ih.,r"i gut few Alt: a flroI.IJlIOI forty five its Rent, an' at uxty
think I could take his place1
led webs we weave when first r \M-st of thus I EC five, brother its Rhcumatizm '
"It's okay with me,
we practice to deceive. timk Tithir evenm I was: Reckon I ott hew know Chuch--
boss if it with
"I think the public Is being dc the ,undertaker you can" arrange iciidin hone! for the Holler nn' sorry I auktdBe .

, ceived when papers are printed I w"und up gum' clean up north '
seats' all
". under anonymity without givingthe y
other candidates a chance for A gambler recently! died. The if tin ovea pass tn Kit across the Unkl fudA
desks on account of a freight(
rebuttal or. as the FCC calls It funeral was well attended by his

'equal time', friends, Including his gambling OPENS TOMORROW Titusville's newest addition to open (tn Crt>\'ard (the others are totaled (In Eau Gallic II ails striklm! out fOr derv near I

"A lot of people thought It was associates During the eulogy the business scene is the Handyman Drive-In Hardware and Satellite Qtath The :ountv s four'h' store will open a null, Gives think a what feller gone cued beauty treat It In store for

a laughing matter but I for one the minister said, "Lucky Is not Store located on South Washington Avenue at the corner April .J.! in\ i l'tCoa Roland Pastermatk. who has lust moved pimpl! tow oil, you, working tttpt and color,
fire an'
did not. I think that politics Is a dead, lie only sleeps." of Roosevelt Street. The store will open tomorrow with here from !New Smvrna Beach. is the new manager happen Kith a bad too,
serious business as it directly From the rear of the chapel a grand opening early next month. It is the third one to the apparatus on the wrong I
of the traekt and train bluekln
concerns the amount of money came the stage whisper, "I gota DEEYACOSMETICS

each citizen will pay In taxes and hundred that says he's dead" the way. 1

this certainly Is not a laughing "I'll cover you," a second Church Of Chris) Handyman Drive-In Hardware lints off low the city fillurs( with a FREE dtmonstrtllon

matter In my opinion, I don't see voice croaked fer that VII ml lot 'leunup( law ,

people laughing while they pay Store Opens Here Salurday Makes Oil(. Fuel tvi'I like he atI -

their taxes, so why should they Revival NowIn uint bin sr>mitm' off ill tin U'IT I NAN'S BEAUTY' PARLOR
lai'gh over the antics of the cat' "Where do you think you are rg,
fir nuthii. Iota 01 I Iud i l links< TltutvllU, FU.
( week which slioul I he for
Drevurrt f'ounty'a third Ilan.qman : good
them shouted the policeman to
diclates! who will 1 represent going: .
the weekend, "do it our elf" pitched In tt w help' hi in;: ,t Phony! 247 2411JX
the Progress Belie In Hardware Store- )
during the election period the driver going wrong way ,
about an' with 1,1)IIn
yew I
in the Tltimille
people area
"Any candidate who presents on a one way street. "I don't and! North Brevarcl first-will I -- -

himself for public office should 1 know," he replied. "but I must The Church of Christ Is con. be open for business here tomorrow Ronald 1'aslcrrnack, formerlyof I

conduct himself and his plat. be late, Everyone else seems to dueling a gospel meeting which New Smyrna heads but a new I I .

form with honesty, forthrightness be coming back." begins April 13th and continues Located! on Washington;: Ave- "
resident of tusvillc, Is the
and be able to stand close scrutiny nightly at 'MO: ( through April 3 nue at the corner of Roosevelt) prop. ** |

If he Is successful l and Is cl Boy Scout leader to troop: 21st. The church meets in the Street, the unusual "A" frame rietor of the new store, I

acted to office, his first duty Is "Remember, men If you're lost! recently remodeled bUilding at structure will house 3,500, llif( Two other stores-In Satellite St. Petersburg

to do his level best t to( accomplishthat in the woods at night./get your the corner of St. Johns and Hop f rent items including all typesof ? Beach and &.u' Gallic-are as. II r

which he promised duringhis bearings from the sky; A glow krs: Ave hardware paints, housewares, ready open In the county: and a

campaign He should becomean will indicate the nearest shopping The speaker each night will be garden tools, fertilizer, and even week, from tomorrow a fourth I Times Endorses

-independent-thinker and not center," Marshall E, Patton, evangelist, precut lumber and plywood will be opened In Cocoa ,

of Oilando, He is widely known Marshall E. The store will also have all Idea of drive.In hardware I

among churches of Christ as a Rev Patton kinds of tools and equipment stores started In Central Florida MATHEWSULfg !

r TTTI faithful and able gospel preach available for rental and their growth U similar to (tile
er. The store will be open from growth of the state-fabulous
LI. Garvin
t Y Upon coming to Orlando he Among 9 I.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a over a very short period of time

served the Holden Heights

SUPPORT Church of Christ for three and 1 E

fn e s one.half years, He Is presently Academy GradsLieutenant i r e fime* jdjforiels

N in his fourth year with the Put ask uS Si' HOW I to I get I thisfamoil'make
James II Garvinof
Avenue Church of Christ in OrLando .l'" poli'I.1].",ftfn It t irf iptt-itTitj It till/ Ik 1rIII/t/

", 4' i and the Brevard County Sheilffi 1 I t W5 I l -Pl Pojiiir' ,fMntir,1912,WONMM

'" Prior to his move to central Office was graduated today from Idurw' '''' 2D .,..1111 !.. *.* A>l It 1l,,.
Florida he served the 4th Street the new Florida Law Enforce.

Church of Christ in Cullman, ment Academy after completingthe automatic I gas/ water neater

A ELECT Alabama for six years. He was first course offered to supervisory '
Mathews For Governor
I also with the North Birmingham personnel.

I Church of Christ in Birmingham' lie was one of 31 officers In a I II
tt .I.V '.:.1,000> ,
Alabama for seven years. class which Included 12 men from I DELIVERED 1 1 nd P"nrra/l' prlitwrnr;, JaJiiX', ftallimitt .
I the State Game ant Fresh! Water 6 \ Ilijiloit inini, end fRfMilillaul ,. p
In addition to hit poaching. I I I | .....
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I '
GENE Fish Commission, five from tne O. Vkkl..m, II""lurf xng Ugly' "K ,
Talton enjoys \&c.c.! \ .o as a two end, curl and Scali golly II /",
State Beverage Department
wiitei He is a member of the I ZuborbasPropaa. / "primary'1 Km Tollt lee tccomplUhmenli Includ
of from the State Board! ( of Censor 5..I. B, iuiicr ami Charts/ ( A. ennclln the lone standing
stuff a monthly publication vation, six city policemen and( I JI," ''I' .bu., ..c(ilatt printing by Initial'ln

known as 'Searching The six deputy sheriffs. I Ir &In.I", John E se.theva' '. rimldaa modem .law'" In that
Scriptures," which is circulatedinto f It Mtn lama will h. Ittt Porno lltld' atefrlnx thraugh the Smat
tin latest / among
They were taught .
law to bring UK wayward Turn
ROBERTS thousands of homes in the tx''atle c.ndld.I.ro( invtrnor onalphabeticallyarranged .
supervisory technique from pike Authority under control; teal.0sMuy3prlinary
\ bailoli (for
United States and several handling grievances to :rcating tutlnf protpcllnn ...llIIt bond
t'ountl'les. scheme thuxca and patting' a
foreign Incentives by inttruetoif\ (rom flit on II,. fitmllat "..>ll.ir m"aur'* to rnnovi .t.le uilvtc, ,
lie i I' married and has two( the Florida! Sheriffs Uirean and quallllralloaa to. k* f lorUarhlfl '. iiUetbompoUUcf,
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE childern, a son and a daughter. Division a u) 515511pw rtrrullva Inr th'* aIAAm'w'
the Law Enforcement I 01 Moo.wa.ax" / : : HAS WOV ftvm
y..n sad' po |hly haeS
COUNTY COMMISSION Hi aunht"r) : is presently in Folrula State University II gdba, a.ca.lly91.u al, hr Joan flu..hews Haaua alII award for ltKUvtma/ t. a
econd .t Florida College\ the Vnrmy ', UnW. ..brad at nwoak. maker el Jaws, IniVudlnf Th*
rc tr ;' The next course( at I captor 1nwIN.1l Time 'U and '61 dutloni at

DISTRICT No. 1 Temple letroce His sin is mar rlorida's first state-vvidi l ,, delall2.w rw wanaNy Tit" Tlm" 'ilimgly tnjonuUathcwi rout valuable member ot UM lAC- Pia

i ted ant: 'a' a faithful minister of training facility for law enforce tut Ihett ntaoniit latur.. Hit /honors II". ben
(Pd. Pol. Adv by Gene Roberts Camp. Fund) voted both by stands _paper
tie gospel in Panama City merit t>t icers, will open/ May 11 : < Mathrw* will be a Mr tb teflaUlon" with
cnforcment SUBURBAN livllta, ,'''.''''''r hue any U is.dunmk.: IM'r:
-------- and will cover basic law <' slit
[; tar lilt oulilandlnc, work In
r itath.w,hat the b.d! rand. the S3 teailon, Mallwwi ha. btm, t
The Academy wit taMUtcr a, arniniylMimcalt' ValuabI la ailed "th* floor alder for foodlovtmmral
ntiueMi :ently by the Florida Shcntt I PROPANE riot Id., ."
estem t4 Till In IS.11.4.1 ......
'Delation, and offers a wld: ...... .1.'
55 k* Malhm h th* lu mUfdl'allH TlorUt. md hi it* ...-..
range of courses on a year 'round I 2019 U.51N267.6411George rindkliila on rinrfda .fflc.
basis, ft I ubltn a and w.)'. I In iolvt thtm.flailu On I lilt frlUril .hiss of rac rJatlon *-
., Halhewt billows' DM
--- -- : l1uto II\OIIIurthlclllra"p.I.l .. :l Office' ahould b* a poaitlv
U't IIwm lore. u* think Math*** couldcreti
Scz *,. Malh! w. II a aalllleal'J' l .. (or Florida a MW climate
:::: -..-,; I it ''''r,"rota promucr.. ," Cl haritionlout rti lal pro.' ....

..the family store : :.:: .......'. -+ .. M I,,Hr,, ,,,' liknU'''' tr.. no secret No cilljrn can say h. doc not
:;:; I tnow when Mathawt" tandt or
;0 "FOR THE DO IT V URSELFER to r o" ulua. TIle ton nl a ormrr
.. : :: t i 1 .
'J": q +a+n.. e : "It"f Jo.1' l I ol the riorula 1Itto' what h* ran accompli! HI pub-
nd CATALOG + ---4 "" a ,.' ; I P -n." Cout,t, H.&U..... grew" up lid rtvord" I I. too /tlv Upon; that "
ORDER :::: : ri, '.-, r'' lo pnlltU n. III{ hAt saved rerord ...1.......been hi.Candida-
."T... I I!! --lIT!: .. -, ,) J l WE GOT III' I'' ,.. I ilalilurni a< a rtDrnml ry, olfarlr" hlmaall torthrlihlly UXorkU
.. vown, and without taceuar -
h 'ffrr( 10 II l ""ItOtn DIIV>| Vainly: on* at
I I fit' S lor, |lie[ h.n. a tr,,11:1: rrnurk.I '. alve pros tjenlryW ,
:: /8 III I ir> lot'-xxi ,lea and I"ldo btltov. Jlortdt voter. wiltiwnwiln ,
o0o ONM owl c.Q I I't I r i L. Ir' stirs mill the quality of the nun
prP, s III .r italntoraM. hi. knnwMc ol lovtrnrttrnt and
I Ant hat imlua, for grltlng thins don
FOR THE BUYS OF A LIFETIME DON'T MISS WA.'S GREATEST SAUl nnq All Lee saAtonna 1t, 2.50TUjs sad el,.t.t.John Mtthtw. our Natgov.ma'


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Special Anniversary Prices on hundreds of items for the entire I \ voteforJOHNE."JACK"MATHEWS: {


family. If you have not receive a copy of our Sale Catalog, be ,

sure to ask for one when you come in

1 best decfor6overnorfi. .1 I Ik

Ii MORLEY'S WESTERN AUTO : George's Electronics, '; ..,;;\\l,,'

"Wh.r. TV I* A BualnMi Not A Sld.lln.

Corner Washington and Broad TUuiYill 247-3321 I 1412 Hopkins>> AM 7-4631 TUusvUU ( P.1 l. Adv. ,eI. f.r by Campaign Tr.*tur.f) .
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r>.t.2-B Tlruivllle,"" (Florida) Star Advocate Friday, April 17, 1964 The supper will consist of fried They will visit Mary's daughterand and Patrick Air Tore Base. Miss -
chicken and all the trimmings son In law in Winter Haven Klem lives In Rochester, N. V- "r
TTd + with Mrs. Penny Kieffer u Mr. and Mu. Eric Westphal and The Krafts, former residents fynt'ttjfatSAtflyw* EwlCd f 5tMuI }
n y aa f, Chairman of the Dinner. children, and with Bwy Bur- cf Rochester. reside at 139 Pine-
S These of the public',.whohave:, .loon and family at Cypress Gar crest St. South Titusville. 1m I

previously enjoyed the excellent dens. eKERl)). a"

I y1 cooking) of the Fire Department! WMls) all Ibis ylsJUng\ is in Viiits Children ,>? : : rn'
f y S Auxiliary, will know what the progress Charles{Chuck) .Bur- JIrs. ClyJe Archer.Johnson

word: "trlmmings" means here. goon, .Mary'f husband, has goneto City, Tcnn., is visiting her I
The public is assured of an excellent ( High Point, N. C. to the Furniture children in Titusville for a few
,m "l..at.a nominal,cost: Market. weeks. She has visited .with ,
1'rpceuda derived (roan( .;this per son, Glen Archer and his [ Sale Prices Good 'Thru Monday ,'

1 function will be shared equally From Rochester family, with Mr. and JUrs. John
1 Jbttwetn the two sponsoring ,orfianJzatiom. Cochranc of Deverly Street and FAMOUS SWIFT'S
Mills Wilma Klem visited ,, ,,
: with Mildred Archer of 18.Bryan GOLD (CREST
t '( he( fJc.oald Kraft family ,bst Avenue. She spent last week a
) .Baseball Team* week She egjtyed Flo
many .With another ,daughter, :Dorothy (
the .IRC ,LitJJe') League will rid, attractions.and was especially Archer at Cocoa ,Beach. ICE'CREAM

wt place: ,.0 ,teams on the Gold l in the Interested, in Cape Kennedy ;$ee, ..R..tIUWS: Drsfage, ..e I
; a r a .Major i Diyision; 41 lews in,Iftc !
'Senior .Division, and four.. tea&4s .
in the'lGwrDivIFlon. I ;,n. e.S4 1fw' !JDm !

In ,the Jttaj0r ;Division, e
scams and thejr sponsors: :1M: ''D Half Y.ltht '

'Tigers _. Gutter's Drug, ,\ Store; ,. Gallon 49 I
Bulldogs Citizens .J3a J; I
Y olcciJ.t'Ji.traaal' \ Bad; I I '
JUk B.P.O.E.; Elks Club); COUPON a i

Braves lCrevard i National iI i
Bank; : ; '
Pirates ,let Federal i I 'VIJJ. I
.l .& Loan 'Asfiotiajtivn; ,* I Jewelry Depf. :Specials { Roe 79< tot of 4 rabbi SET OF 4 i
covered drip dry hongert. I
-, In the SenwrDivlfionitaamsand t :\ <
-W. ... _
Eo I Protection or 'Itt but fer 29
'pons.ors.Cubs LAYAWAYS$;& 'BUDGETAI(0811TS,
i V1ST I'.L LiERARY Mrs. W W Jam- when they visited the IRC Branch of the Judge .MliUard.'SJultll; drip dry.
e::, Sr rJ: u ;' --v to the children of Mrs. Titusville Public Library on Wednesday Twins ;gtacWwuse.Construction Limit. 4 .with .. ." through Monday '/20ml

Mar; N. I d. i .ass of Coquina School, Company; ricaf Pleat en diamonds rate ,

. Indian River South Titusville Happenings Colts: Gateway Lanes; UP Vi hen and moo poor \. '. u I IIn fcouporv !
Cardinalj: Hxll,&, Lucas\ : SW1 I tn. o t emonth.
., W. Mr. +. !
Service. fi n./ Innerwr .
There wall\ be |n erw ee YN ; -
no gperuors> f 4
I First Graders Enjoy Field TripField the Minor, vision and Abe,LMHe snare we have. lie.Ian '

League Treasury will-Jbear, alt.\ mends owlleewen Irom ede lw .ml -PLANT FOOD AvRtg.
expenses ,of placing four .Mil.9r} rote.ntm".twn and AfrlOaIn .1 59c S pound bag of < Mp
Trip furnished to them. Readers may ponder why the League teams ,ln'ile I field ,tbs! Aul.s-Camilla-Gar. ow Jf
.roar. The Mr denla .. luxera Plant Food
The First Year students in picamble to this article stressedthe season. -' h ly
Mrs Mary Nordan's Classroomat A Praiseworthy Project name "Orlando Road'1. The Actually tour teams J hye been our put eustomor.alone t. you All, ,r, Limit 1 with e uaon tnmuall, Monday, 4/20

Coquina Elementary School Coquina Avenue, running reason\ is that the original Tabe formed,but only'; three have been | .diamond* Irttid
injoyrd a walking field trip west from U. S. No. t to south. buia Tree in.Florida was plsnt named so-far."They arevDod.grs' pro lait."(While then s i '

labt Wednesday to the Fire De. west on State Highway No. 50, ed in Orlando 23 years ago by "Indians" .and*,Bed Legs". FLITTER' .BAG: ,
partment of Titusvillc's No. 3 originally wus known as the Mulford D. Foster from see da The last team was only completed
Station in IRC An informative "Orlando Road", because in brought from South America. Jast Wednesday afternoon ,LADIES' :1 ((1e DIAMOND SOLITAIRE 1 Big litter.3"x6"12"Steam Ploiiie sealed,
talk on the lire apparatus and early day :t was the only road That original tree was donated ,and .it will Joe namod and publicized bag.
Vt O. Diamond Solitaire mcwnltd In
durable ,
the! duties of the firemen was from (this city to Orlando. ta the City of Orlando's I.arryP. in the next issue. 14 K Wlut .r yellow! fold --$119.tS .4900' r for Kleen- long wear.Free
given. Each member of the class Later en when State Road No. Leu's Gardens and there it Line I ..
lode for several blocks on the 50 was straightened out to intersect is today the parent tree of Homo From Hospital r ex '=""-
fire engine the highlight of at what was then knownas ill existing Tabebuia trees in Mrs Hazel Flynn of Maple .1 T LCT. [DIAMOND ,BRIDAL"?SET i each bag. 1tR.
the visit. "Clark's Corner," Coquina Central Florida. Therefore what released from Jess
Place was Vi i C'-: Dim.*d Bridal Set mounted In
The class then proceeded to Ave was known as the "Old is more fitting that the original Parrish Memorial Hospital last 14. Kwhite or yellow gold $119.91 ',599.5 .,. 19.
the Post Office While there, Orlando Road", and later still Orlando Road here should be JMcnday. She ,was a patient I u... >, I Il EXTRA
Mrs. Myrtle Finch, Postmaster, it was named "Coquina Ave." beautified with trees originallyfrom : there for a week for treatment, 44 SPECIAL!
explained what happened to the which name it now b ars. the parent tree in Orlando tests and JC-rays. The doctors : ;! :CT. ;DIAMOND SOLITAIRE I IVI
letter: after it was mailed in the The Tri-City Garden Club is The project 1 is>> an excellent one have ordered a much needed 3 PIECE(
e ,Cf: lJW.modJ ,Solitaire( .mounted InUK GARDENSET
letter slot She save each a postcard initiating a project which will for thu beautification of Coquina rest fur Hazel. 00( '
and a slip on which was beautify Coquina Avenue for Avmie, and it is hoped that .........it. *r pillowgold, 247.50 97. [B
printed the Zip Code. posterity! and strangely enough, property owners on both sides Guests t And Visits + 1

Using tha safety signal lights, .still bring! .to memory that it will favor this project and plant Mrs Norman Gibson of Del. .i S LT.( HIGH STYLE SOLITAIRE JNi All metal I let nothing toW
the class then walked; to the was once the "Orlando Road". their trees when the same are ray Beachwinter( ) and Erie, '' ::rust or break

IRC Branch \pf the: 'TI}IISV1Ue Mrs. W. W. James Sr., senior tvnilable for sale in this area. Pat (summer), at the present V .C .,Dmmond High style, IGlit ''ri1I A Bargain at 98cVUII7VESbamupocLm 69c
Public Library. JUra., I\ckl\ (! citizen and, always civic minded This tree I 1".a.h1rd1oone"sntl is. time en route from pelray Beach A i -, Liir. lr"13800$249.50 '
Merriam, the librarian: ,greeted. tells u* that her Club desire said to withstand\ rold'\v ll.. to'Erie, stopped" by'to visit with 'Lb
them nnd gave each .child a ,to sell Tabebuia trees at $1.50 an .old friejtvd, >lrs. Mary Bur < ::: 33
library cord, explaining about, each to.every owner of property Chlck.n Supper goon, of 222. Pine St., for several ;ii 1 :(1.( DIAMOND ,BRIDALSE1: t I ,;I'1

it and what it represented. abutting on both sides of A chicken supper will be heldIn days.While 1 fvll eorot Diamond .' /
Mrs. R. V. Ashley, President CoquiriU Avenue so that in time, the IRC Fire Hall, Saturday here, -Mrs. Gibson and mounted In btoutiful white .r yellow i 19700 sro,li e
of the IRC Library -Association, when these trees grow and produce evening, commencing at 5:00: and Mrs. Burgoon will be Joined by a ,old $247.50 lilt. .I Aqua Velva a. 39'
and Mrs G. W. Martin i end Mrs.% (heir clusters of golden lasting till 8t:>i p.m. This function Mrs. Kenneth Fogg and the ,

C. T. Mance, members of the yellow blossoms, it will ,make is being sponsored by the three of them will go to Winter MEWS & !lADlfS' WATCHES( '
Association, werealso on handto Coquina Avenue one of the most Tituivillc Eastern Star ChapterNo. haven, and Cypress Gardens to \ arelsc j
Fabulous Harvtitir Watckti SIM
greet the children and their beautiful avenues or thorough. .6 and. by the Titiuville Fi" spend a lew days with memo warirproof ,1. JPANA'TOOTH' : .46 J
lor p. .iL".TiINoxzemaK:44',
m ri end dross wolchai 699 t ,
I teacher. bres in these United States Department; Ladies Auxiliary bl'uf Mrs. Burgeon's family
far the ladiot $14 95 Hit.MenV17J .
Accompanying$ children l to
the library were Mrs, D. R.
King, Mrs J. ,W.HookMrs.| \ : A- i : / :: :
S. Barlett, and V. P. ,
Mrs. } '" '|" 1
Chrclst, Curriculum\ CIJ.or'dic.at'1 l' Gruen 0; ( I MAN II...
or at the Coquina -ElemejaUry: ) : t 30ldSpice ::= .66
School.Mrs. W. W. James Sr.ijorm- :INSIST: {ON .... Waltham I

itly with the TWusyHle Library, : BpI'. 1.113
iod, a longtime resident assembled or I Economy?? of 4(,', 9911 1
all .the children jn the ; Helbros Re I P.ckefe l.lmlt 1 i
library and read them an, interesting "

story entitled "Ice : ; .J SLEEP ... us
cream for Breakfast." AmericanBrakeblok" :=" / Jw.l Oruro: NN. : '
\ dNN ::h I NYTOL 74
A surprise party, sponsored by : :'dah.wowe} .hoch.roalum ncond hand: I
the Library Association, :was m.alo u0.a"n band _
outside the library building: in In any white lylH of.yellow to CKMU Cold. POP from S 1 ,
celebration of National Library : .BRAKE LINING I Gillette BLADE t 59''
Week, and the children did 17?
justice t4 the juice .and .cookie $45.00 LISTLadies' "NEW" PISTOl GRIP
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UEDBY .A Gruen, Walfham or Helbros [G 9

LEA'DNG; ISSO RIGHT:! ,ENGINEEREDFOR Lx.it*' IT Jmnl Qrutm, Walthtm H. t:!
ant Itflifl 4r M w.ahowall haw 00
..SIT Squeeia It'i on R
'r..h' m.nunne end m.lchin ] ?
I MANUFACTURERS ", .,... ":...I.t 11. .. ./." LI.t Ii leaia it't .55.Locks( in| d,.
OF 73 l 3 % 'F FAJJLtF'YIHUMJBi. i STANDARDAND Lod' sired trot, Hon position-Cormsive.Reg. Inttant. Con.

L J s. 'POWERiBRAKES I M...'> WallKam .watawroof. watehn ,In white I 4! 7"1cu. a
., ,
.BUSES 1 ".11 eold' 110. Lumlnaiit Dial. awM e I
aeand Hand. Unbreakable Mans I0.. .1473 I a
$. C
14 OUT'OF WLININGS'FA Matcriine e antan! and Ua to eras( .I 4at r I
TRUCKS kltt* I Cuard 4ife "VestsFiilod
I Approved
I wdeh. ;K.o" ..."i
bee IUI ne ..
E3 Ror ElectED 'Imported. from the Orisof, beautiful' Chill.II' 5i.-.-. to'- _
t ... cultured' pearl necklace, handmoyHted 1497'm.tch. i J 50 'q.. Ai9. J.50 1.69
14K Gold. claip' Conspire _
Cloil -
I MASON i aft fa $4995. I 1 w 90ipa .;ay.1.951.89z 1


tO if HIrtoRiD LINING Iraniietor radio complato with bather
fro' '
A pueiicUTILIT1IS r carrying i COM, batteriei, aarphena: for aWJV I LA.WW'EDGER' E
private itonirif at lowest prlco ever (jl >! r .
COMMISSION (lIMit II) .hue MN mown al./. i+;t
: ,IS BRANDED ''WITH :OUR -NAME A ate borgain.IaMerd Iaaw.d.. 0.d4.. "'"'t 1i'I' .

Law Groduote. and Former FANTASTIC DISCO WATCHES t at '98c 68' 01

Special U. S. AHoiney Aiu'itant lo ;American Brake blo k" ; : .watehM Watarareof.... aavoral, same,. Myln mn't with" matcnino to w.tch<,,NN.,..."..m.tad..._W.fcraco1 dcaaa.I'..o I .aakwr* 'I I\ YOUR FISHING HEADQUARTERS
a *>w lad.Madiamond wateh 4.el lndod .1 I
24 Years of' Law and : In_1h?_arms_A tTh.t_ Pr_. W I e
Progressive Publ!< Service, CASTING
Cited for Fair and 1 OUTFIT

Impartial Rtgulallon r Any 7 to 17 Jewel watch Asoso.,dn. 8 awl_.. amlowowln ru

Now Sorving a> Chairman DISTRIBUTED BY cleaned, oiled, and regulated 29. .ww/nN ate a.x MenN.ment c."n., a0. tar ya. HOOKS
.! Florida Public UtilitieiCommlarian for only $2.95utQwinds MML, we
I m 'R Reg.t311'S .
-- .. and specialty watches, ..slightlyI 1 10! J5U
[ Motor I higher. Yolue ioY4e
,So .f/ect fo MASON Stradley, Supply : 1 t

'f rXp.' cIrs"lp',. ,, for c.tJ: florl Poven'L. l :U- .(we & P1kt $lHd1 tECJ: I / b Sbt.1JOUt E krut_"Dw9t6 1,

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Friday, April W, W4 *' ***. p:4'.4.:: Tlhmllle (r hp s-a .
Social Worker ----


To Represent VA .

At Conference tOWRi "j

Miss Eloise Roadcap, Clinical
Social Worker in the Veteran 1 r
Administration Regional; olVp I Ij
Office .. N
St. Petersburg will take part ina $
three day national conferencein j:
Washington D.C. beginning
April 29 on plans for a countywide .
expansion of homemaker
services, Manager Rufus 11 Wilson .
announced. ,
Homemaker services are, expected
to play a major role In the 5flSiEAKSFRff
wan on poverty and i.i raising V.c
Icvei of living of counties Amc'r
lean families. .
The meeting, first to be sponsored
by the recently formed
National Council fcr jiomcmak- .
er Services, will 'attract .' uiufc
than 1,000 leaders from the welfare
and health fields all
parts of the country. Th" cessions
will be held at the Mayflower ,
Hotel. i
The National Council for Homemaker -
Services, with headquarters -
in New York City, Is an out
growth of the National Commit
tee on Homemaker Service. The
forthcoming conference is the
first to be held since I960.

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tellers To .. k

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The Editor Up to 50 juicy mouth watering steaks

'/ when you buy a modern, convenience
Editor: ,
Albert E. Burke on April 12's ;_ t styled' Bradford freezer or combination.

probe, levelled a strong charge L These U.S. Government inspected 10 or.
against a Dallas Texas businessman '
Dr. Burke stated that the 2" a 1 ,,,_ :;:::::_ 'Choice' grade steaks are delivered right

man was more dangerous to the F to your door in a refrigerated truck.. are
United States than any Com
munist because he bought Tele unconditionally guaranteed. This is not a

vision and Radio time to sell CANT food plan, but a genuine FREE bonus offer.
Racking my brain I could >, + i AT LAST'r' THESE'iREE Grants one low price includes everything.

think of only one man who fills t? ,.I ; ALL THEf000 STEAkS! There are no extras to buy. Offer good
that category; H. L. Hunt who sroaACfsvACEy
sponsors "Lifeline". If this is ; t" 1 April 16-25th only.

the man Burke meant, an Inter.

esting association Is developed. i t '-- GRANTS LOW PRICE INCLUDES
Jack Bell, a Washington correspondent
in a recent book
r DELIVERY within regular service
plugging/ Barry Goldwater ; our area
stated that H. L. Hunt was one NORMAL INSTALLATIONby

of Barry's greatest supporters i I= > by courteous, qualified service men
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Has Barry sold his soul and --
this .nation out for 13 pieces of 50BLUI RIBBON WRITTEN GUARANTEE -Your Bradford

silver, ? .... SIRLOIN STEAKS Y freezer or combination warranty coven the: .,
Lanyard Budd ) a W complete appliance for 1 full year end the

HAPPYBIRTHDAY n j 'Q- refrlgerotJng system for 5 full years


Saturday, April 18 Grants-own brand
Mrs Leah Evans I

Clary W. H.TaylorW. J. Howe BRADFORD 14.7 cu. ft. REFRIGERATOR / FREEZER COMBINATION ---,==.. ...-.=.7r

B. Jones .- .,
Mrs. Pat Patterson ....., "
Norman M. Sewell Refrigerator Section Never Needs Defrosting-Frost! vanishes automatically at the j
Paul Brown end of every cycle 2 removable egg trays Big roomy crisper Tilt down door .A i i ,
Palma Gaetano 'lv.' dairy compartment Tall bottle area Compartmentalized sloraco In door "
$27' ,9. del} J ulu 1
Wilhelm C. Hansen ... Automatic interior light' 'I y

Michael O'Dell !I., True Zero Freezer really big family size capacity hold 187 Ibs.of assorted frozen ._._ I '
Quay Broyles foods Quick freezes and maintains below zero temperatures HoU-out basket I
Book-shelf storage in door Magnetic doors / I, J
Sunday, April 19
3.50 WEEKLYOnly
John Gorgas Charg.-lf ( ,
i iigm .
Marjo Martin I

Harvey Swink e t I i
Walter Miller, Sr. '
A. D. Moody, Sr. .. -
Lucy Schindler y F'
Annette Cleveland I 1 '
Mike Glenn ;

Monday, April 20 \
Geraldine Hearne White' f

Mrs.Vernon J, W.Swink Carhle 'h'ha

Mrs. H. H Carrow
Fred Burkett (777rr
f 2'
Billy Bob Paglia st u ,
Roberta Lee Marsh
Frank Pumphrey i, I II
Carole Sanders TERM$
Lloyd H. Ellis I t J:i rx

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SIRLOIN STEAKS ? ; + //' f _--. SIRl01N STEAKS
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Grants-own brand Grants-own brand ,'


tli! having a supermarket In your own horn Iv.rytMng nary" to ... and reach,In this ipac.-iavlng upright '' '.. .: ., ,t,)

Sliding storage. ba.ketfor small package and most frequently ? Hold,* a big 425 Ibs., of food Freezer door book-shelf storage 3 fast-freezing<< : .'I
used items Counter-balanced lid /
never pops up or down Handyadjustable q
divider systematic food storage Automatic interior .. ... food shrives Cold control-provides t temperature range from zero to20 below zero( '
light shuts itself off when lid (closed Temperature control provides W' Automatic juice dispenser Safety door with -tieair-tiglaspetkseal- ,,' <( ,
record Is one of zero to 20 below zero temperature' range "j
i/ecf'ccifecf, tireless service $ ': '
to the community 'Charge-It' .


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".OMONETCOWN..30DAYS., ...' '. .&. :. ., PIRTLE PLAZA
OR'MONTHSTO'AY Y .'; r j r e:! !:! &L -,- .' ,

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(or Boy Kyu, Camilla raid '
.Near, CbtlnMB

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PageB Tltvt.viru (PI.rU ) Star.Atfv.cat. Friday, April 17, 1964 up Into small groups and '...m week, and continued through the slonarics sented by Mrs Betty Christian send, Mrs Surrency, Mrs Judy
stations, with the younger boys summer months the troop meet. Last minute plans were made Patterson Mrs Betty Christian
.., .... .. program chairman. Those taking ,
w going from station to station on li\S\ would begin at .
: 7:30: and end for the Y. W A State Conference Mrs. Sara Bates and Mrs.
Saturday learning phases (of at 9 00 This will part in the program were) : Mrs Sue
I : : p m enable the to be held in DeLand on
ryr.; ; $ AY, .. Scouting. It was suggested that boys practicing ball to have the April 17, 18 and 19. The girls are Carolyn Carey Mrs. Ova Townsend Craddock
; ; : ; the boys get uniforms in the near additional 30 minutes to get planning to leave at 12;00 noon and Mrs Surrency. The
.t... future It was suggested that toe ready for Scout then adjourned and ra
: ;,; meeting and go into a group to DeLand. meeting
boys work merit badges togctlier Boys were again reminded of Young women from all over the freshments were served by the LEGAL PADS Big Supply, 35c
There were many merit the Insurance and to get their State will meet with the State hostess Present were: Mrs 25e each ilt t the Mar.Advocate
11 HM badges nominated and it was voted reservation in for Camp La. Y. W A. workers and learn to Carolyn Carey Mrs. 0a Tov\n Office
that"Personal Fitness would Noche winch will be from June be better Y. W, A.'.. There will
bo the first merit bade;: they 14th thru 20th The Closing also be missionaries present and
would work on. Ceremony was In charge of Ray many special features of interest,
k Malott, Assistant Senior Patrol It was reported that the Y. W.
Bay Scout News Leader. A's would be in charge of the
Troop 310, Days( Scads tt America Njrsery on April 28th from 700;
held its weekly meeting at p.m. till 900; p.m. There will bea
the Civic Center last Tuesday Helen Matters Circle: W.M.U Study Class at this ip WE BOTH AGREEQUALIFICATIONS

evening. The Scoutmaster, Glen The Helen Masters Circle of time.
y t Archer, opened the meeting by Central Baptist Church met last The meeting was adjournedwith MEAN
calling on 12 boys to explain In Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Ol prayer by Mrs. Delores Sur- MORE THAN PROMISES .
detail what one point of the lie Lewis, 214 Tuscarora Rr. The rency, YWA Director. Present
Scout Law meant to them f meeting opened with the readingof were Sandy George, Lerita Armstrong -
A report on the Canaveral tho scriptures and:! Prayer Cat Becky Adams, Margie ED KITTLES for COUNTYCOMMISSIONER J
District Camporee was given by ['ndar.lrs.! Nita Focks led In Spears, Carolyn McAllister Sharon (
Robert Webber. Chairman of the prayer for the missionaries ob Clay and Mrs Surrency.
Troop Committee Archer a4 4- serving their birthday on April
"Dodgtri" Manager R rbert Hoog and Family nounced that there would be & 14th.The Betty Mills Circle "
District Court of Honor on May business session and pro. The Betty Mills Circle of Central DEMO. DIST 1 ..
1, at the First Methodist Church motional period followed led by Baptist Church met last '
points. The older boys servedas in Cocoa. All units are requestedto Mr. Conrad Circle Chairman
Tuesday at the home c: '

I I Indian River City News I competition.scored Aid instructors of the second 64 >patrols The> or highest jn Rebel I at gee the on for Camp Patrol First,tha this rented have meeting.are representatives Star Awards, Life, Eagle to be attend rrf-and Thomas It would was work reported of the with extension that Mrs.the department Eunice Circle. Sara called Carey.Bates to Devotional order The by meeting Mrs was, Irs'l

I Eagle Palms This will be th'first for their community pro ed by Mrs. Delores
oree. There were 419 boys and District Court of Honor In ject. Each lady will be given the after which she surrencY.j
led In
: (Continued From Page 2B) the surprise 41 leaders" In attendance, at the of shut-In
name a and
several years they will the Missionaries The minutes
"Doi/en"! / MOln.;" Troop 310 Cimpore of Iudan;News River City Camporte A letter was read from II D. visit and assist them In any way were read and approved.

Robert Hoog is the managtr: was rcpicscnfd: at the District Senior Petrol 1 Meeting Robinson Leader of the Wtb they can. It was announced that the Mis
of the "Dodgers" team in the Camporee held last week.end;) The Senior Patrol of Troop 310 elos Den thanking Roy Malott The program followed with slon Study book "Spiritual Life
IRC west of the Orlando Unities Commissions and Jerry Champloi. for the first Mrs Alice Johnson, Mrs Esther Development" would
; Minor League Division of met last Tuesday evening at the be taughton
Anderson, Mrs. Cora Conrad and
U Little League Bob has been Indian River Plant by Civic Center. The boys present aid demonstration they gave for April 28th next from 7:00:
the boys in the Webelos Hi said Mrs. Inez Hill taking part. Others
""""In Brevard County for the last the following boys: Mike Alfred wore: Phil 1 Elm!>re. Rojcrt Wail Mrs p.m. till 900; p.m. at the church
in his letter "They were well present were Polly Arm .
8 years und works for Lockheedat Steven Hopkins, John Gandy, Ed. dell Cecil Reynolds Chris pared on the subject and set pre.a strong and the hostess The Circle The Circle project for this quarter It,
the Cape. He is keenly in Freeman Gene Gray, Jerry Kraft, Miki Cook Dave Champion will meet next month with Is Correctional Institution
good example of Scouting
ttrt'st.'d in all sports, particular. Champion, Chuck Davis, Bill Stove Webber, Bill INonn for very the Cubs". : Mrs Cora Conrad, 305 Byron Visitation. Tho Circle voted to
mutt Denton ConraJ, and Mike by Y. W. A manuals from the airI
ly baseball end boxing. lie Is a Northcutt Denny Conrad, Chris Avenue
Mrrtensen Roddy Northcutt is The different patrols were glv Treasury and let each individual
member of Titjsv.lie "Polaris" Kraft, and Cecil Reynold Ad. ( I
advisor. Other adults en their assignments for next pay the treasurer. Mrs. Ova
acting as
team In Volley Ball tits attending were Robert Weber > .
week which will consist of dem' Y. W. A. Newt Townsend gave a testimony on I
Brb, his wife, Linda, and and David Champion, who present were Bob Simpson and
three children, Cherry I, 2; Rob- spent the entire time there. Ro'1. EJ!> Webber. onstrations 'on the Compass and. The Mary Reeder Young Wo "Tithing" and what it means to
tit Jr.. 3 and Jarkie 1, live at dy Northcutt and Glen Archer A camping trip was discussed finding The one's way using also a electednew c >m mans' Auxiliary met last Tuesday her family
1130 Thomas Si Bob comes went for Saturday only Northcutt Informed the boys thata pass. patrols at the Central Baptist Mrs. Surrency reported on the I
from St Louis, Mo., and Linda The events to be entered for camping trip was In the plan. patrol officers to serve the Church The meeting was open. W M U. Associational MeetIng
I.om Clarinda, Iowa.Birthday competition were: Cooking, Compass ning. A treasurer of the group remainder of the year. This was ed with the singing of the Y W. which was held in Melbourne on
Stalking, Knot.tying, First was appointed in the person cf necessary since so many of the A. hymn. Miss Sharon Clay, Vice. April 9th She urged all to sup. I
Aid!. Nature and Signalling. The Denton Conrad. Northcutt sug patrol officers were older boys President, presided in the abscnce port these Associational meetings .
Party; Rebel Patrol made up of the gested that the boys should train who have gone to tho Exploirr of the president Carolyn .
Mm Lucy Fernandez of 409 younger boys scored a total I of the younger boys of the troop. It Post which is being organ zed. McAllister led in the opening The program "Baptist Emergeinto I ( Pot Adv Pd for( by Mary Alice Kittles, Camp. Tress)
W. Coquina Avenue, celebrated. 691 points out of a possible 800 was suggested that the boys split|) It was announced that next prayer and prayer for the Mis Modern History was pre

her 71st birthday Tuesdav She '
I had; invited NIC- and -Jenny: Gent .

U of itihard Street to come
to her home on this date. In

the Lucy meantime the Gentiles, unknown conspiredwith to ill ;

Eva off, to Bobo Mrs give and Mary Mrj Lucy Hoggs Irene a surprise Bosh Mrs. w oo @ OO@ D' :: :

birthday party at the Colonial
lounge In Titusville NIl! andS ., .
Jenny went and picket up Lucy; y' ( b
and drove her around for some
time so as to give the other
three time to get to the Colonial
Lounge and arrange for the
party, Finally when Jenny
thought the party ought to be
ready, she drove into the yard
of the Colonial Lounge and sure
enough when they entered they
found a table, complete with
birthday cake set for six. The
birthday: cake had one candleon
it. The honoree and her
friends enjoyed a delightful
meal at the Lounge and Lucy .T
was literally overwhelmed at


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I Next Production

'''Miss Pride Of 1964"r iuu.udo> I Little Theatre, Inc M.i> IS.16 22.23 In the Titusvlli

1 Sun in t'. its next production 1 Little Tin utrt building on CII'I'leStru.t.
r viii I", (,.l(slight1: a drama In .
The houi ,. 1 twit, approaching is the wife of City Manager the judges panel are three TI-> I thn., ,ids off( Brown Avenue
when .umc tortunate young Cleveland Talmadge Toni has tusville favorites, Walter Carpenter ,
lady will be crowned Miss done this! sort of thing before whose name has a familiar Phi' ohou' will be directed by
I If f
Pride", The scene will be set and said she certainly is looking: ring around town as being a*' 1 BOI'e Ann trouih and Bob Tick you get any businessover

tomorrow night! at 8;00 at Bay forward to the pageant. sodattcl with Kinsman.Carpenter "cane it will star Ken Morton the
view Elementary School audio The lovely and gracious Nor Insurance Agency; Senator ,tnl I Ethel; l Sego a* Mr and Mrs telephone -
toe'lum. ma Larks knows( how these Bernard Parrish will add his t. \liinnin :ham Supporting rotes will business
t Judging these young lovelies girls feel as she just recently poLtic.il knowhow to the panel; r will, he pl.ivi-il by Elma fceott a.. you get more

J and deciding on a winner will went through a contest herself and our well known. Dr Ben ; \am.mil Charles BridfUd: u when use
be the job ot five prominent and won the title of "Mrs. Bie- Storey will complete the groupof InWitnr [K I
Ittusvillians vard". Norma has had a busy Judges. Bin (roiuh will be lighting! ;
On the feminine side of the year as president (of the Titus It will be far from an easy ,director for the show; Mary Mm (44ce
J judges panel will be Mrs. Cleve K44'e lt -
\ille Jr. Woman's from
Club and winner
is task to pick a son will design the set and Ed
land (Toni) Talmadge and Mis an old hand at judging beauty among these talented and attractive P Austin will be stage manager
p Jack (Norma) Larks, The contests young ladies entered in 3 r i Gaslight; : will bo produced' 2675530MONEY
i charming TOni, as most know Holding up the male side of the pageant.

"Miss Pride" ; !
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I sa ..
i Pageant
Officials SERVICE $$300.001. I 517.79T :

; Saturday' night April 18, promises these young ladies at 2:00: p,m LLAl PALMS These member It t the Hills Country Club Left to right, Mrs. Phone 267-4331 ismsao I $$26.23 JUt.
g many young Titusvilie maidens Whispering Hills Country\ Club out this week cutting palms t to. nvate A L. Klemschmldt and Mrs. Raymond
who will be competing for the This will be the first phase of the"Miss tropical Hawaiian setting Cpr their S.itui- Zanetta.-(S-A Photo). Southern Loan
title of 'Miss Pride" at Bayview !\ Pride" contest when the da\ night luau to be held fit Whispering I Company

t Elementary School auditorium. girls will meet the judge for per .n 344 S. WASHINGTON AVE, TITUSVILLE.
The competition( will begin for sonal Interviews. .. .
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"-". following this coke time they

) t' : will bathing appearing have suit their at, Rayview evening beauty rest at gown 8.00 before and(for:! $

a L t tI t9f talent lovely Aside competition girls from parade watching, In bathing these 1Il: :::, l850UOD Shopping Spree

suits and evening gowns, the..
audience will be entertained ,
various talent routines consist r

ing of Jazz dancing original J W
poetry readings, hair styling,

piano pantomme( playing acts., monologues and I 4{, ft, PEPSI 41 Tkm PATIOOifrcou

Earl Spencer, President of the mP
Titusvilie Jaycees, will be the fv $
luck Emcee for the pageant t S. 4wi '

Catherine Rigcll will" crown the t t ., r j PEPSI Tim PATIO oiticot1
runners-up and !\ftss
will be crowned by Bci:
President of Pr'de' Inc Pride'I I .I

Tickets are $1 t for r S
$150 for adults:! and: may be ads ) s PEPSI Tcm PATIO DIIT COU
bought at the door Advance tickets i roc
aeg r
will be on sail at Citizens
Bank First National Bank, First
Federal: Savings and Loan King
man Carpenter Insurance Roberts i PEPSI TEm
Growers Supply, Flowers by L"'a fL
Fran and The Coffee Shop. I
... .. ,. The public Is invited to attend VIE FOR TITLE Helen
;;''''.<.10 ,. and support Pride and:! lend:! encouragement Doerrler of Mims\ will be of the (
>.+to,, ..... .> to the lucky young several girls vieing for the title 'I PEPSI TEm l PATIO OUT COW
tIo;;:. wcmen who will represent Titusville cf 'Miss Pride" this Saturday :4 .
in either the "Miss Florida" night. Helen, a 17 year old junior y :o 1;; : I
I 4L i. contest or) the "Miss Teen.Age at Titusvilie. High, loves swimming 1' 1p. 'v e'er '
FIcrida' competitions( .-(S.A Photo). -s- M PEPSI ; TEm ; PATIO DIETCCIAHttffi w

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CONTESTANT Rutliie Eichert, .) r
18 year old senior at Titusville 1 Ix 1 / rf lc
High, will be one of the contest. 0 a

ants in the "Miss Pride" con PICNIC SPECIAL tt
test to be held tomorrow night. c : t PEPSI TEEm ii DIET COIA
She enjoys modeling and all to to a a

sports. ller plans for the futureare LIFOAM dR.THEnMA BASKET ..+ t ru1U f OTftfTPATlOOIlKOU ......

to enter college (SA ri _. '
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I House Cleaning? Don't Throw It Away, Sell It For Cash On This Page TODAY'S BEST


CLASSIFIED AD Child Care I GlAMOfc: GIRLS. For Rent For Sale. I For Sale BUYSWHY

2224 Lakeside Dr. 2671767. 42 drink box $450 and mattress. Has .been climatized. -
; Are case
B.for 4iiji 'THREE: OFFICES 117% south
I Day *
p.m. very good condition, $30.
: New Smyrna Beach, 428.8810. PAY MORE?
Publication. For Wad.Publication* Frt. CLOSE IN: Tltusville. clean, comfortable Washington over Rexall Drug __ 267-2600. 4 Azalea Ave.
U A M. 8kU For Mon.
I, home. Experienced. Store. 2675030. CHEST, 9 DRAWERS, 72", $12; 800-3 bedroom, 2 tiled baths.
Hour, day or week. 267-2210. box spring $15 267- Help WantedCAFE
WANT AD RATES!! ----- --.-- OFFICE SPACE available new, mattress ;; Brand new setting picturesque
S cents per word WILL CARE for preschool child. 300 gq. ft, each Just north of 0264. and landscaped lot with lots of
KJnlnum Cbtrc toe ren in own home. Monday thru Tltuaville city limit, 'US. 1, I THOMAS ORGAN, good condition. lee cream MANAGER parlor to lease to the beautiful shrubs. Air conditioned -

I Friday. Mrs. Monroe 267-0513. available in 60 days 267-3661.ROOMJFOIfc I Call 260'7&78.TURQUOISE right party. Florida Wonderland, by Westinghouse with,

ALL CLASSIFIED! ADS For Rent a.-NT SOFA suitable for South TituBville, U.S. 1. central( heat. Kitchen equipped
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE trailer, perfect condition $60. 2676895 with bar and complete
Erupt: ltblt hed AcoounUl FEMALE HELP WANTED
BOOM FOR RENT, 602 Tropic
ARTICLES FOB RINTMAC'S set of beautiful cabinets and

Street I' MAYTAG WRINGER washer Aluminum FULL TIME housekeeper, must Westinghouse Continental n
::tudtll4 Dllpla Rate Avatlabl.oft CAPE KENNEDY
ReeueetTha DAY.WEEK, MONTH. Reasonablerates. tub. $25. 2679882 504 have own transportation. Call Range. Extra large utility
atar. ..... rMrr the EQUIPMENTSales Air conditioned. 267-4103 Garden 26T-l883 after 6 p.m. ,for
.. room large enough your
drlrlM et nvtetug or rejecting
njt idvertlMOKnt which It deemiobjtctlon Rentals Repairs ROOM AND bath in private horn. OVER STUFFED sofa and chair DREAMING\ OF a fabulous vaca workshop and laundry. Gracious
fcte aDd to cban. the Construction EquipmentHand lion this ? A few hours .
clmiricitua. of ear lId..rU..ment Tools $20 per week. 267 6895. naugahyde light brown good con summer living room with 8 ft. glass
dally will make it possible. Call
from that ordered to conform to dition. Reasonable. 267-1707 white terrazzo floor
doors with
Is. /
the policy of IW paper. 88 E. Merritt Causeway COMFORTABLE ROOM for man. now for private interview in your
'Vb*. SKM-A4vooa wilt not bt Days 636-8340( -Nights 636-0160 Kitchen use is desired Every. DRYER AND AUTOMATIC elec. home with Avon. Write Avon makes this home one of the
"apODllble for more than onl toe thing furnished. Reasonable. 7 tric range. Take over payments. Manager P. O. Box 1408, Eau most outstanding values in
1I0rrlci. for Inl.rlloa aor error Oil' la will adv.rttm.must. It beItabl. FOR RENT t South Park Avenue. I W. T. Grant, Pirtle Plaza. Gallie. Florida or call 234-7840 Brevard County. Priced at

to a greater .nent than Floor Sanders Polishers TV AND MAID service, S27 Washington i after 6 p..m. $13.630 with only $450 down.
Kelvlnator refrigeratorwith
Iba coat 0' tb. epaoe .ooupll" by 1 USED
FAKE CARE of 4 children live
I .lag Item 10 the adv.rlla.men& Phone AM 7-3253 ( Ave.PRIVATE cross top freezer. $I0( -$3 In. 2676227. Call today and let us show

FACTORY PAINT OUTLET ENTRANCE bath, refrigerator down $1.25 weekly. Use our WHITE WOMAN to keep house. you this fine home.
1lueloa..otnc.-u( Dial AK4IaaL Main 8tr. i I Baldwin Shopping Center $15 weekly, woman, I easy Store pay 315 plan S. Hopkins! Goodyear Ava.Service Phone References, part time or steady.
4.11slims 267.3463. Phone AM 7-14M. 887-Indian River Plantation
otft.Houri 1:00: to 1:10: APARTMENTS FOR RENT I 2673013.
Fw.arearrrr19a4W.'ii road SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies (Continued on Next Pate) Estates. Tired of cramped
APARTMENT 2 bed WALNUT LANE DESK completewith subdivision living? Then see
GARAGE for rent 801 Orange St. 267
Special Notice room, unfurnished, Oak Hill. "Just' !Ignore that list I gave! you;dear! I did thmarketttre I 3400 glass top and Sally stitch this beautiful home placed on
-- dress form, size A, 2671840. one acre of land. All
Beach 345 over
Phone New Smyrna tide; morning. REAL ESTATE
3472. i CLEAN< ? ROOMS for working men. your neighbors will have the
1 hereby wish to give notice that 2670234. AUTOMATIC WASHER in good same amount of land too. This
I will net be responsible for any SUITABLE FOR 2 gentlemen, $38 For RentAPARTMENTS condition will guarantee, $37. large new home has central
bills Incurred by persons other per week, 267-4164 before 8 P.M. For Rent LOW rates, clean rooms for work. Call 267-6267. BUSINESSPROPERTIES heating and air conditioning.
UM R myaell. men. 103. Ca1I267.6185.WAREHOUSE .
1964 GE AIRCONDITIONERS all Priced low at $15,500. $1500
Joseph K Rial FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM, air. FOR RENT I down and payment Gf $108
sizes. Discount prices.
April 15, 17, 20, 22. (1964)If ) conditioned, all modern.Julia.Florida HOUSIS FOR RENTUNFURNI'SHED FOR RENT and Appliances, 2300 So. U.S. per' month. If desired, it: canrented
You Would Like A theatre building PALM HOUSEAPARTMENTS WAREHOUSE NEW 4,000 sq. ft. 1. 2674107. b for $123 monthly
EFFICIENCY, 2 ROOMS, private TWO'BEDROOM 1005 Tropic St. $200 monthly. I with option to buy.
Real Estate License entrance. 502 Robbins Ave. house, $75. Adults. Inquire 600 C. A. Heller 267-0478. NEW SPINET PIANO .
Tropic Street. Walnut finish, full size only $495. B 29-BEETR BAR-Excellent location ,
Phone Mrs. Davis FURNISHED, UNFURNISHED a- --. 4200 SQUARE FEET Immediate Easy terms arranged. between two trailer 757 Downtown apartment building -
Representative Bert Rodgers partments. $140 furnished, $125 New Excellent Choice LARGE HOUSE kitchen",fully equipped occupancy. J. W. Childre Real. KIRK SCHOOL, OF MUSIC parks with U. S. No. 1 front. "Floridian Apartment,
School of Real Estate Law unfurnished. Three blocks from Call F and S DepartmentStore. tor. 2675563. 2126 W. Tropic 287-6385 age. Priced rleht.D.30RESTAtJRANT. located on Julia Street. Cornerlot
Pirtle Plaza. Call 267.6327 or Some FurnishedAir 2674424. 3 floors, 17 units. Out of
267-2392 --- For Sale FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES, town owner wishes to sell.
267.2866.BRAND Conditioned BEDROOM nicely furnished no
__ 2 mattresses greatly reduced at operating:
: AnimalsAKC NEW bedroom, dining children, no pets, $125 monthly. I warehouse prices. Get them Business, equipment. Owner
ADMIRAL CONSOLE stereo hi-fi
Titusville, So. U. S.1 267.7021 or 1388. will sacrifice: good will and 755-Rental income property in. '
room kitchen, fully air condItioned record player $93; Hotpoint air. while they last. 2111 Garden! St. ft. '
Beach. 100
POODLES Chihuahuas. Toy and heated. Carport and 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH .unfurnish- conditioner t $50, Singer portable Nidy Shopping! Center. 267-5733 good lease all for $3,000 Cash. New from ocean.Smyrna 3 completely fur.nished
poodle stud service Pekingese utility Edwardr Realty AM 7- SEE THIS! Luxurious town house ed, $100 monthly. 1200 River- sewing machine, $20 Tropical or 267-1926. I apartments on corner

stud service. New Smyrna Beach, 3261 nights AM 77821. apartment. Newly constructed, side Drive, 267 5030. Motel IRC Phone 267.9962. FENDER: PRECISION electric D.13-THREE DUPLEXES paved street with extra 50 x '

Florida. Phone 345 3472 APARTMENTS OR TRAILERS. 3 central bedroom heat, IVi and bath air, living conditioned room,, 2 BEDROOM, FURNISHED, -USED 21"--Philco-Console---TV-with- base guitar. Blonde finish with Indian River City area. Total I 100 ft lot Priced at $20,00 and, ,

Auto Service Weekly, monthly rates, adults kitchen, enclosed garage. ThisIs clean, modern, damage deposit new picture tube $100-$5 down. accessories, plus fender leather price itself 28000.off after Property down will i shown by appointment. I!
only. 504 Garden.CHANTICLEER within walking distance to newshopping required.: $150 monthly, TV, $2:! weekly. Use our easy pay ca e. Base juitar, list price $279; pay payment of 5000. and a still I 1

HAS a newly center and schools. washer Included. 2672580. plant Goodyear Service Store guitar case, list price $60; worth. deliver income. A good In. I 573-384 ft. on both sides of U.S. ,
: H. & II. MOTORS furnished, 1 bedroom, airconditioned For Information call; C. M. Bare: 315 S. Hopkins Ave. Phone 267- near $350 sacrifice at $200. Excellent vestment. No. 1 in Indian River City, Including ,
3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH, all re 1 3013. condition. Call ROil 287.
Realtors The
ley 342 WashingtonAve. waterfront. I
Body and Fender Auto. available.For i inside. $100 monthly; I 0331 267-7135 after 1.
Repairs. apartment; 2673622. painted or p.m. I and location of this property :
Information, CAMPING TRAILER. 1 wheel
mat c Transmission Specialists. pec 2670803. .
i L 86 300 FEET HOPKINS f I such.
ron offers possibilities I
attached FURNITURE 3
call 267.7043.FURNISHED cabin type, with 9x9 :
Hwy No. 1, 6 ml. North of Mlms. UNFURNISHED NEW, 3 bedroom tent, $175. Two 21" TV's, $25 furniture. 8 piece bedroom snit,. tage. This parcel is surround 1 as large motel and apartment I
1 BEDROOM, 520 town house, tiled bath, central I' each, 2674639. 7 piece dinette .. all only$13.M ed by 3 streets. City water site. Priced low.
'Telephone 267.5008.Boats Grannis Ave., airconditioned, I EDGEWATER. small furnished heat and airconditionlng. with os per month. Decor Furniture, 204 and sewers. Ideal apartmentsite
carpeted newly decorated $93 i cottage, $43 including electricity without range. Near Pirtle! Plaza; 1 USED DIXIE gas range Yellow I N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian Biv or drive-through business
S. No. 1 frontageat
first and last month. Available and water. Park Avenue Realty, $135 monthly. 287-1921. $50 $3 down. $1.25 weekly. Use er City. Phone 267-7613. operation. Priced within market 572-550 ft.
For Sale 103 E. Park Ave., Edgewater, value. $80 ft. plus twenty 127 x 270-
May 1st. Winter Park Midway 4- our easy pay plant I Goodyear Service ,
9314 or owner on premises week ;: Fla. IRC, 2 bedroom, like new, adults; Store 315 S. Hopkins Ave. I I ft. lots to the rear priced. at
each at Star-Advocate Office. $1995 each. 50% \down ba'I(
BOAT WANTED. 14 to 16 foot, ends. 69 Phone 2673013. I
,'motor and trailer, private party BEACH EFFICIENCY cottage, no pets,. $80. 2676149. M-83-300 FEET US No 1 front 9 yrs. at.&%. .This* parcel.!
> Cash. 2678494.I 2 BEDROOM apartment furnish utilities furnished', $23 weekly, p.m.' I I age in Bellwood area. Good located just north of Home's ,
ed, downtown, off street parking, $e0 monthly. Phone New Smyrna corner business location with Restaurant Drive out and i
WILL TRADE automobile for Phone 267.2103.UNFURNISHED. Beach, 4286810. \ Local & Long Distance Movers good building, $60,000 look it over, 1
; boats. Don Browning Auto Sales, 1I I
405 Hopkins, 2671520. 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX FOR RENT This
apartment, tile bath central A-52-TEN ACRES In Fox Lake 571-193 ft. on U. S. No. 1 close I
Building & Const. heat and airconditioned, near ,FURNISHED TWO BEDROOM Moving Packing area. $2,300 down handles.R.44RESIDENTIAL to Howard: Johnson's Restaurant I
large rooms and closets, Tile Quality and motor lodge. Tract
Pirtle Plaza $110
I 267-1928. bath, electric kitchen, $110 plus Storage .- Shipping extends from east side of U. I
NIDY CONSTRUCTION residentlals Phone damage deposit. Phone 267-0748. .' i '10 LOTS In S. No. 1 to the Indian River

12 commercial in Tltusville.and 'License: ARTISTIC APARTMENT, newly FREE ESTIMATES 26;'-3341 Scottsmoor, 75 x 135. Up to and Is divided by Riverside ,
100 available at $1,000 each. ,
decorated, completely 'ySpt31AT10MNMa4,
and bonded. Phone AM 7-2328. LOCAL AGENT -
airconditioned, electric kitchen, I

;Business Opportunity private driveway storage ad- IT STANDSFOR BREVARD RIDGWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD A-51-260 ACRES at 1500. per I 569B-Lease: 12V4 acre indus
ults. 904 Indian River Ave. 4 FUR STORAGE1600 N. U. S. No. 1 CRATING acre. West of Titusvlllt in up. trial tract with 700 ft. frontage -

PLAN TO OPEN a reducing stu- FURNISHED MODERN large 2 PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE and coming area. Terms. on F.EC. railroad, north
dio. Complete information write bedroom apartment. 267-6288. of city I limits $400 per month '

State Distributor, 4100 7th St. "'kuNnroS ..... 20 50 years with escalator
i No. St. Petersburg, Florida. FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS, close -- HOMESC clause after 20 years or as

in, efficiencies, weekly, monthly mutually agreed.
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only rates, air conditioned, 417 Julia s ? WATERFRONThome
Seal of
This Is the official,
]25c each at the Star-Advocate Street. of I. R. C. AreaNew with 2 bedrooms and 2 559 :2 adjacent parcels on U. S.
the National Association baths. 80 x 177 lot is beautifully No. 1. 312 ft. and 188 ft. frontage
1 Home Builders. Only members landscaped. Situated in Both 400 ft. deep. Locate
of the National 'Asso- modern 3 and 4 bedroom homes exclusive residential area. ed In rapidly growing area.

ciation and local' associate F.H.A. and V.A. Just completed. Price $23.900 total price includes Ideal business location. Priced -
riparian rights. low at $55 foot. Suitable
The Name Is Changed
t L fS7Al ions are allowed to display ed from $15,950.00 to $20,000.00 terms.493Indian.
I- this seal:
< .-. Is the official seal of the area of Indian River City. 3 River Plantation Es
Alexander Construction .
National Association oi Real Trade In Your Old HomeWe bedroom, 2 bath home with tates. Slightly over one acre
; But The Same Friendly Folks Estate Boards. Only members Company, many extras, including: central building lot. $2100 with $200 ,
of the Association may display heat and air, fenced in down and $50 monthly.
Broyhill Development have ten 3 and 4 bedroom homes back yard 2 utility rooms I
: i this teal. And only those who
.2 under construction. Some with carportsand ) etc.. $17,830. 196-Large building lot withtrees
this seal call themselves Childre Inc. .
display may Homes j
't ? All Here To You double Priced from $18,500to III in Spruce lllM .
: Are Help Realtors. Cowart '& Carter, Inc. garages. H-129-2 BEDROOM home closet 80 ':.2.2zoOO $1850 and 100 x I
t1 George M. Barley, Jr., 1945000. Builder will definitely all conveniences: CBS construction 200 : Residential section
Inc. I Cozart Const. Company consider old home on trade. Callus Beautiful pine treeson cleared and ready for .
your I
lot, all for 5500. building.
Bryan-Conwajr & Fisher Construction!: Co, today!!

DONN SEARLEREALTOR I WInstead, Inc. Futch Construction,,Co. 190-8 acres on a good dirt road i I Ia

S Campbell Associates .' We have new and used homes in all ARROW'REALTY few feet from U. S. No. 1, 6 I
John Beach I I miles north of Titusville. This
412 Main St. Titusville Florida
Inc. locations. Call for an appointment toGeorge area is presently under going
Inc. :
: Telephone 267-5000 Louis & Brownf. I
J. W. Childre, Realtor see- much development. Priced at

I Danenburgt Beach Northwood Builders Inc.Penziner $12,000 with 29% down. i if

Realty Bros. M. Barley Inc. I f

IF ITS REAL ESTATE SEE SEARLE FIRST S Duffy's Real EstateS Robert Evans 311 North Dixie Highway 182-20 acres off Carpenter Road ,
REAL ESTATE north of South Lake. $1250 per
Ronald Moretto* Indian River
(Formerly Branch Office of M N Weir 4 Sons Inc Edwards Realty II City acre, 29't down, bal. 3 yrs. at |

Realtors of Pompano Beach, Florida) Ed Kittles AgencyL. Tiffany Builders, Inc. 842 S. Washington Titusville 217.3622 AM 7-7037 ; 8'8. j I I

Justice Homes, Inc. I I I
B. Newman Realtor ---- 173-Mlms. 10 acre ranch with I
James Trimble 2 bedroom home. High and
Sydney Schwartz William Everman I dry and all cleared.I Thisparcel I

SEE S M. N. Weir & Son Inc. Wingate Homes Is 3 miles west of Mima

OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE I' -, Brentwood EstatesASHWOOD2bedrooms Priced at $18,950 with terms. I

160-County line. 153 acres on I I
HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing I I West On Garden Street north county line. Close to Indian '
River and new canal site. I'
Westwood Manor I la Good county road to property.
Priced at a low $275 per acre.

LARGE 7? z 110' S LARGE POOL Old Dixie HighwayBRICK I 1 bath .t e i

I PtNEWOOO-3 bedrooms, I bath

WATER S Etc HOMES, 3 Bedroom, 2 Full TileI I i

Baths, Central Heat, Built In Range I BEECHWOOD-3-bedrooms, 2 baths DANENBURGREALTY

; w/Hood, Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice, of I

Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. HOLLYWOOD-4-bedrooms, 2 baths MONTHLY

I'' TO RE4CH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north en Also FH.A. Homes from ,$ T3,750.00 to Includes Everything

U.sl to Mlms. Continue north err U.S. 1: for one more 1514 South WashingtonAM

tulle to our entrance on right. For free lofonnaUoacall ; $14,500.00 ... 450.00 DoVl Ready) for THE OAKWOOD Model is now under 7-3833

ii 2674386. FOR TRANSPORTATION, CALL corotruetiort.3-bedroorns,2baths

Occupancy. sq. Lt. of living area, plus garage. Where buyer and idler expect i'

AM 7-7T42 NE 2-5655 Come' "* ., DRIVE- OUT AFTER WORK TODAVT 267-5437', 267-5293, 267.2802 day or night a Cosmopolitan Home. get service


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$60 267-4229 after 6 ------ ----
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'I : ., LUXURY LIVING .brkckk
I FOUR ROOM HOUSE with 2 bedrooms new
FEpIfAIE.HEIPyVANTED STAGE COACH driver and young TRAILER WITH home like add! 3" BEDROOM, iBATIL. between veneer, 4 bedroom 3 tile bat\
,mea to train for gun lingers in tion. on large lot) at Hall's Trail. TINY TRAILER TOWN personal '1 1 tl..,Ille and Slims, $800 down pr 2672470. I built in range and ,'ven. disoX/
WANTED 'PART-Tlme Bookkeepers Dodge City ,it Florida Wonder. er Park has extra furniture, open I $1200 with furniture. $91.33 men LOVELY NEW 2, 3. and 4 bed I washer and disposal intercom!
.';vr8 Joi4ohou in t the eve land. priced $1250. Phone 267-6441 I II-' n.f. alooa"I traa FAYE Augie'i PARNELL tteauty! Salon.has purchaind.. thly Include ever}thing. Phone 'i room ,.homes Forest Hills andother with AM and FM radio central

nlagu: jiatw-ested pleaseseedresume : 4GE: '25r40, ,,Driver's license re- KOZY COACH 8 x 31. *400. Call I Apple Plaza Help us select:Big a 287-2649. areas'ls !low A* $8934 I oil heat and aircooditkmed,'
1 o Personnel :-Manager per month. 1. custom builder wood burning fireplace, ,tvaJl.towall :
uired. Lawn spray Service. 267-0564 or can be seen at Whis e Ira Nrttei1 ASNS'" Op.nll. new name. The name must have MOVE IMMEDIATELY into 2. 3
Post Office Box 82. TI'Uinlle,1Florida. ? .. ..... I Zke Evan Construction; Inc,, double ,
Only experienced book. Phone 1673530. pering Pines Trailer Park. !Mr\ I f : us Faye In it. Name selected wins or 4 bedroom homes! n'I new I 167-3267. I carpet car gatage
Wright. .. $50 permanent. Coolest emU In area of mirth hJcher ; fully landscaped corner lot;
H t CM*
keepers need apply._' $L00, 43 HOUR, Men 2143. Pass MAD, .... -T .f.i trn.nIM May 1st Mail or drop entries off horn*!*, Small down payment and 3 BEDROOM I,bath fey owner j I $27.500. For appointment 2671*
(AfcLBt4iLP, ] WANTED out free gUts take .orders Car CABANA AND TRAILER lot I".. M.W. .... hN at Shop. only $*5.monthly total payment. Whispering, Hills area. Phone 2874372. i 1928.
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and phone needed.. ,Protected fenced lot. Must sell I 267-7481. VA no down payment. BRENT I
I territory Call Mr. Silver ,at NOW t IOC\TIO \\UOD( ,ESTATES west on Garden I I I C.n
AUTOMOBILE he experienced"MECHANIC. Herndon'i, mus t Daytona Beach. 232.5284, 7.9 only 'MOONLAND'Mobile "in,..No.S..i. .use..,,,x... ll..oh i>ijJll Plumbing'SupplySEPTIC St., AM 7T142 or 632.36M LEASE WITH option 6r trade. .
Apply write Box BF. .
or I'll OtHit. I Newly renovated .Ipprox. 1700
rage,7.2683. TANKS : 2 bath '
Home Sales tOM No. 1, t Ml. north of mUSVILLE.S ft 3 bedroom, 1 bath Country
I :
,, INVENTORY CLERK,.must have! ,, allm..l Knrkrt Motel. ....of pre-cast: concrete, steel-rela- double carporte: large Mine: home with one acre rich fertile GREAT BUYS'.
high schopl education, apply I'M. AM J-3IW1 room, wall to wall carpet, $11.750
QUALITY IIOMES AND arced, state-approved, sizes MOjals land, Also tractor with Implements "
zed )Jr"ck..Grinr! Iqad ,and des : I AT
-, Associate. Inc 210 S
Jjver tuu&bed! lumber products. i City Hall, !l25 Palm Avenue.'Titusv.ille SERVICE I .. 630 gals. 735 gals, and 1000 Campbell : Located near US. No. l-
Florida Washington Ave 267-T32I
TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT \ (als Grease traps Installed tanks I and north county line. .Contact
i Experience> preferred CPC, 152( U.S. 1 North of Overpays Rocket Motors
N.' Washington. OPERATOR J FOR i mechanicalstreet limped and cleaned drain fields NEW SMYRNA BEACH owner, AM 73858.Prke at.$13 "
sweeper, apply City JIaJl, Titusville 267- 695 TRAILER SPACES plaid Work guaranteed.: 1'iUman 3.bcdroom. 2.bjth home with fire. t 75G, suitable terns.; u. s. No.1 1 at Garden -
EXPERIENCED COMBINATION 525 Palm/Avenue. Large lots Reasonable rent. I Coptic Tanks, Inc.. Phone AM 7- place, screened porch, double\
presser for Washington Avenue, 421 P. O. Box 2016, Titusville, I BEDROOM, 2 bath, 'new. low 267-3834
carporte and large corner lot I section
Good transportation to Cape 'lorlda.'lumbing. ; town payment. NjceM In
60 Minute Cleaners
wages MOBILE HOME OWNERS near beach and stores. Can he TltusflUe. Forest Hilll. H7-3544
easy hours. 261.9950.HELP be qualified master electrician. FRIENDLY SHORES I bought $1600 cash; $107 par I 62 IMPALA $$1995
:High school graduate or have LIVE ,RENT E U.S. No I, City Limits, Edgewater. I a. Electrical Supplies month Call 4288142 (eves). t|
equal combination of epper LorSCSALE; i New Beach House; Few steps to beach I : Loaded Hard
fenced training. Ability to examine a modern bedroom home '
., plans and. specifications ofniopoted I .FREE !I -- Supplies, Inc. with Florida room and landscaped 2.29l
.electric wiring installations 68 x 100 trailer lot, zoned for trail. CompleteDumbing lot. 950000. PAXTON SALESMEN.ATTENTION ,smiRD $ ; ;
COUNTERMAN WITH and alterations make inspections -*, $20 down payment and $20 a er 8 x 40. $3700 cash. J. W. I and bUolrl.al:; Supplies. REALTORS, Sales and Rentals, 1+ I
/Automotive Experience of new and existing! month will buy your own) full Childre Realty, 267-2341. .Vater Pumps Hyitmn, l-lpt-. Valves Hprlnkltr, Fitting systems 419 Flatter Ave.. New Smyrnq I Loaded Air t
wiring and electrical instal. acreobilehome, lot at beautiful Copper Tubing PUitlo PipsI.IRhI Beach .
WANTED APPLY lations. Apply C. B. Talmadge, Christmas Park. Become TRAILER LOTS 93 x 140 ft. Near Flxturti, \>'lr... Uto.: ---------____ -
City ,Manager, 525 Palm Ave., your own landlord. More than U.S. 1, 35 minutes to Cape. 1232 Canal-New Smyrna ,Beach WHISPERING OAKS 3 bedroom. ? 62 'TEMPEST'Wagon [
CHAFFER HDWE. TUusviJIe, Florida 150 families BOW reside here. Terms to suit Tinfow, Lenore Phone 428-2703 2 bath family room, corner lot .
BIG APPLE PLAZA Don't buy before you see for Avenue. AVI 71481. Sun..Nltes.HondIYs 428-9923 with sidewalks $500 down, no WANT'SUB' -- Like New .
GUS FAULK CHEVROLET Is now yourself. Only a few lots left. closing costs, 1706 Smith Dr. So., DO YOU -
taking applications for experienced Trailer Parts and Srvlc Real Estate Please call 2671T70. STANTIAL EARNINGS TODAY'S $1395$
j I preferable around)", 40 .years f>\ld- .,Service Manager, Route 50 Christmas, Florida Nu-Way Trailer Service ACREAGE FOR SAL SOUTH LAKE 3 bedroom, fence. 'DO YOU,OR CAN-YOU
I Call,or.see Glen L. flyer 2 N., Phone, Orlando 275-1727 "Your 1 Stop Supply House' in, $400 down $64 monthly, plenty
Hopkins. 267.4379.APPLIANCE Mobile.Homes x>r We have it or will get it I ACRE, Inquire first--house--east FHA fruit qualify trees 4234, roses Alachua shrubs.Ave. LIVE IN OR NEAR I 61 MERC $$1795$ :

of radio station Gus Martinvic.EIXJEWATER TITUSVILLE?
For Make Model -- -- -- -
SALESMAN, full Any or Loaded
time job, company benefits. Apply 1201 N Dixie New Smyrna Beach approximately 10
AV. T. Grant Co., Pirtle. Cocoa 636.3790 Tel. 4285002 acres dole in, suitable for sub both alrconditioned home. $830 Generous Commission I Including
x month.
$101 per Campbell -,
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Plaza, Titusville. bath, sacrifice for 4000. Bank Directions 12 miles west of) division, $16600/ Park Avenue Associates Inc, 210 S. Wash- Schedule Available
will loan $3400. 267.7021 or) 1388 TUusvtile on Highway 50 at Remember pay your Paper Boy Really Edgewater 103 E Park Avenue., Jngton, 2677325. '1 For Full Particulars I 62 ,FALCON $12954Door.
Christmas, Fla. bath t
1961. 32 ft. trailer and 1961 pick. -- --- -- - LOVELY 3 BEDROOM, 2 Call Visit Auto., R & H '
:BUILDERS up truck Complete with hitch. fOLk on county road near home. Spacious! living room, air- or
Will sell as one unit or separate. Hartley, between Genevaand conditioning, JleDet1d ,
Slims, lake privileges, $3000()( ). '' t59i
267.6815. Used ;.63IMONZA $
CarSPECIALS yard Many extras. 11II1IIfJliW', ;
WANTED tT.-JiV. Mero.) rok r.5aviford 3222481 : ,
ton. 267 1639.NO [Etonn[)) Searfe.REAITOR
1963 GREAT LAKES exgansiM tor ,appomtn)!mtDUPUEXSS '
M IT? :_ __ -- --- ---- Auto Clean Red
"FOREST HILLS trailer, excellent condition.: 297- WN CITY TAXES nU isIn r4 aljaniee,3 '
I 7792. I / ; : : if OR siALC badrluwl, llaibalhiisewu,
ESTATES"ONLY __ r .4ru s IWt.. Jt 'Jias j 1300*q.ftJAYAagerpaanel .. 412)<.H 4n street :S9 ::FORD $755$
4 LOTS LEFT AT I BRAND -NEW ifeucjcdwUx an ,.it ,aoiv *4 tfUimille, ,iFlorda .
$3000 Per Lot! 1963 FORD SS2H55I large.OW.IWrJ6it.'J 2-lMclnMttii: md, yearaod. TM lot,is ,133 ,x.100t. Galaxle, Power
j' ,
each side. Excellent it Priced, .t $13,600 ,with 40 percent PHONE( '287-5000 ,
25c carporte on
I Futura 260 V8. R & H terms, Edwards Realty, AM 7- flnanisug. ,OAK1TfRJ1Ml8:
Titusville Shopping Center Deluxe. 3261 nights AM 7-7821., 3 brdrooB), ili bath. ,deep -- - .- --- --
AM 7.3441HARVEY I well Rood location<$i2950My, I
Car WashThis 1960 PONT $1395 Whispering' .Oaks 3 I l.. edr'".... I WIRE (REALLY ,.LONG ;ON
OWNER TRANSFERRED: make IVi bath, room air ea01tseeet. '
I offer on JJ200 equity 3 bedroom 'Ja rge screen patio, ex *U ,Btiloeatwn. I& USED lGAR'VALUES .
4 dr. Catalina, Power, Radio 2 ball airconditicned, doublecarport \ SIl SOO with $1000. '
totally new
I e. on ;large shady fenced ''P.orge >,1>1. parley, Inc.. Vbepe ,D'ufitNG 1 l !JRUtES
REAL ESTATELICENSE .YOllrsell..24 hoar,coin operated POST lot 1429 "nftlr... T orriceyVQERMARKFI', .,>..71933. 367:3622. ,
$$1295 ,r
SCHOOLStart autoilMindry. Is absolutely unbelievable I I ..J I mt

I I The customer( Dr Catalina. Automatic, 1 Il

;;,attend this first Tuesday session as-our 7 P.guest.M. can: get a car clean Inside and I a I Radio & Heater, Clean! I lAID

out ( less than 60c.
HOWELL'S or Operators I

BUSINESS COLLEGE report earnings of) $800.00 to I Practice makes perfect. Our 1961 PONT $$1795 ; && .MERCURY} ""Monterey-'J-dpor\ t

1528 S. Wash. Ave. (U.S. 1)) $ ,soo.oo per month. No employees long experience in the moving Bonneville! Conv., R & H -I J I t VALUES :",port oupe.! jliucket seaU. Power- 'Sl09'J c
267-1161 required. 4500.00 minimum field assures you of) a speedy ,peering Power Brakes, Autouia-
cash required balancecan Job We've the up-to.date equipment Very Clean 'lie' tr.h m.ll.n. radio A heater

be financed. Act today and move. to handle any type of I 1959 IMPALA $$850 I 03 CORVAJR Poor\ Sedan. x$S1595

own the RAMJET Auto Wash Extra l (>an_ . .
AWNINGSFor Think of V-8 4 door R &. H.
franchise In your area. Only Auto. Transt. 63 CHEVROLET!: "laipala"'Station:
responsible investors will be con Wagon,\""a. iWrillte TraismlsjlonnjP t$2695$
Home or Trailers Cab l 'wertecrlfl!| ,., R- It H
anas Carports Utility sidered. Call or write: Ml 7 6363 FIDELITYSTORAGE SEE OUR BUYS -.. -. ".
Screened and Florida Rooms. I BEFORE YOU BUY! I 82 FOR"XL. :: '600" 2 ,idr. SportY 2 f
Coupe, onatk TranimlijJon, $$2 95
No Downl I & TRANSFERDAY P.owerstwtiMi.Hadlo, sad Heater.
Money William A. Massey; ; :
.._ I
& Associates I 1
: N. Brevard Phone AM 7.0228 Super Kxl oupe,V8ri'hweyglie} $$2195' ,
AwningSales 191 WEST FAIRBANKS AVE. I 1316 South Hopkins 2 Door, Automatic, 05000 miles 'Radlo>*PdIqater' 1
I ,Agent f

; 267.6333 or 267-2779 Winter Park Florida ,ALLIED VAN ,LINES G.MAC 267.3211 FINANCING I 63 T-BIRD H/T $$3995 / "rfl- M"I- ft:

I I IDUFFY'S Loaded Local Owner62'CHEVIMPALA '- Thes. far* (tarry 1
I I I \

$$2195 ; s Guaranteed I Warranty 1

,QUALITY :; REAL ESTATECorner Convertible V8 AutomaUc' t .: for one full year :

\ 1

U. S. No. 1 and Mims 62 VW BUS 9 : .,
(' --. ( @ Hwy 46 !AS.L;$$1495R i }

& H ,.hQUIJr La9abte'6 FOOD iFalrlane. 4 : i
4. .
See Us FOR: & i1'ralllmiJ- 695160 V8
:} ,
FREE ESTIMATES & PLANS i ,,62, FORD XL CONV $$2195 II .fI1.. tnfia*. ,R. ;I --- :
390" Bucket Seats '
(iAir"rR Door Sedan, $S89.5
CHEWNING CONSTRUCTION 10 ACRES, High and Dry, well located North.of. Mims. Ii1Jl $ :
267-6789 61 M.L.ltdJ.Wqt'109-SV"# -:- '
COMET $$1295Automatic
4 EXCELLENT Producing Groves. S/WAG t "(.eyl.,, >'\, ..i.. .. ; CHEVROLET "Bel :
H & II, Nice i! : Air" 14 ,door sedan, .$B7S, I .
BEAUTIFUL 2 Bedroom House On Lot. Va'P lideTraosrnlssl
Large , < -

Kids'Walk to'School.' U. S. NO. HIGHWAY Frontage Numerous Tracts. 60 OLDS CONV $$1295 .i InQ..AatamitlcTrans.:. Vii Air conditionVllfy5: brakes- ___o,:Radio PowersteerUig.aid_ .!Heater.! Power.--=-p. .:

"98" Loaded muWM, .do.JWI ,,J eater. JTORD Ranch
WAREHOUSE 13,000 Ft. with Railroad :
Sq. Siding. ,on. 4maUc door V8 AutoCOAT '
For Rent Sale or Lease. 57 PONT 2 DR H/T $$495 ; I ,Transmission, ..
LM jPON'lIAC Fowersteering. Radio._._ Heater. rfurs" ,
Moms Love the Kitchens! 115 ACRES 3 Miles North of Mims. Ideal for Develop Extra NiceM'Cotter J ,4 ,i fft.S1'n5, !

ment. Shown by appointment. 'gnaticowes(lrnpngg,!EslanBOdlo Ii 114atrr. '39 CHEVROLET H- ,YV/
Ton Pkck>Up :

Dads Relax In Comfort!

HUNTER y DUFFY'S REAL ESTATE t L> Ford u:j ::Jauft -Chevrolet : i

730 S. Washington 267-2637 ) S.aiQPKINS; AYE. aaa _
BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES l,., Phon -3 7-1234 a'r

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Community Of Fine .Homes ,In TitusvilleOnly ; ,tot.wtaMaeollo'iadtol3oow'1t...,1+lntmana. 'j :'

F H A LOW DOWN 2 Miles West of U.S. 1 On Gardea St. '. l((i .WAlVJ";$ {tC RTF. '
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THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY: ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 or 267-2331 i


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'.ge fr-B TltuivlH (Florid) Stir .Advocate Frld.y. April 17, 1 1964 1" TOE flRrnT 'Ot".T 01' TRill entitled court, on tile :both day ef
I 51,111 JLOI(1,11. II Rt liT I" real estate See The 'I 1
March 1M4 In the above styledcause have
1511 tOil 8I1t.HI>> t'otST\; Ilf! you
levied the follow.

. Star-Advocate Classified Ads I INlTrU tl."RIIOCII4I1.II'CORP.MUHTOAUtt.!' !M'SERVICING >:. 111n3 ln Inc Florida( and described. to-wlt being property:In upon Brevard. limit County. ly, I to sell, or if you are Star AdvocateFor

Plaintiff.VI real
1MO OKU Falcon a 2605341M4 door .sedan ID No. looking for choice Your
HAROLD D. WILLIS. et ux et al.c.'e..danl. .
Continued From Prececdmg Page Scrao Iron & Metals Used Cars & Trucks Wanted To .. Florida License. 19D-2140 I estate, use our classified -
I Buy NOntr Of NUT l\: ylI9ftTG.liE: ai the property: of the Shove named
tUHtlLUalHt; defendant, and that on the 12th day f columns. Printing Needs!

Real Estate KING IRON & METALS S7 CIIEVY, nice--;-:53--Chevy- beach- USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto TO. Robert orla. B.Brut Hollemao Hollemin. ..and. of noun May of. sale 1964, namely. between, eleven the clock legal !
Parti. AM 7.3686,
In the
Injgjy: 2253 Old Dixie Trailer > forenoon and two o'clock In
>I.NCI! : aSH Tlpton Lane
Buying Iron, Steel l Metals 1'ark. Smith Alexandria, Virginia the afternoon on said day, at the
front Door of the Hrevard
HOUSES FOR SALE 4 Miles South On U.S. No 1 1939 RAMBLER WAGON, must see Work Wanted Complaint lou art to hereby lon.tlo notified.e a that certain. a Court will offer House for. Tltuevllle ogle and. Mil Florida.to the I Spring is the time to e .

to appreciate. Original.low mil murt"ar encumberlnc the following highest bidder for cash. In hand,
Cocoa, Florida ACET AND electric deatrlbid real property, (o..lt'Lot th. above described .. the
welding Call property
age, priced to sell at $895 Israel
13, Block F Vitter Iilelrilatei .
LAKEFRONT ESTATES has the property of laid defendant to sailsfir -
Clinton :3\7690, South
Services 2671349. Daytona Section 2, aald
according to execution Bald property will
homes with advantages you 11 Beach, Florida. the plat thereof. aa recordein b* old eubjuct to all prior record-
like. 3 bedrooms IVt baths at ------- ----- 1959 FORD GALAXIE 500 Air Plat Hook 18. pane 1J2 public .d (Item. P .wJJ1t
12.600. $500 down, $79.38 monthly INSIDE 267.4654.AND OUTSIDE painting! conditioning, no rust. 267-0255. PAINT INTERIOR and exterior. record Ida of Brevard County, I'lor. LEIGH B WILSON Sheriff ; 1
including P and 1., 24 year mortgage Call afternoon or evening. 267 Bward County. Florida ,
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Large lots Just south of ROOFING, PAINTING, additions:: FORD TRACTOR, NAA, $795. 267- 4103 above ha been styled mil against, and you you are In tba required By Elliabeto Deputy Sheriff M Conner

Whispering Hills Country Club and general repairs. AU work 1983 nights. to serve a copy of ,ourAn.wrr Apr. 10 17 24 May 1 (Frl.) 1014.
(Route 405):\): George B. Barley, I guaranteed free estimates, licensed 61 TEMPEST, sports coupe, air. IS Tilt ('ul'STY .IllICit;.,. Ltmpialnt: or on other Pulntlff Plpndlnn attorneys to the. with a low-cost
Inc totter, IUU.V.\RII .
Titusville 2673622. ("tHII'I'It \
and 267.3411. ,
conditioned, A.NUP.KKON F C8H DEAN *
power, radio, heater IOHIII.0. .
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mi'SVILLE' 3 BEDROOM 2 bath BRICK, BLOCK and cement work. automatic:, bucket seats Needs IN 0.RR. ESTATE Orlando, Florida. and file HOME E IMPROVEMENT LOAN
modern kitchen all conveniences. Free estimates Yerger Construction :. little body work. $1100. 267 DKAWDV-! OfAUDA the original Answer or other Plead.log .

Florida room airconditioned, AM 7.:3728. 7849 after 5 p.m. PLATT.I>. .... day In of the April oftlce, 1M4 of, If the you Clerk fall 1 of to the do I els

18000. Campbell Associates, 62 Falcon sedan >' OTI<'K: or IXTKXTION' TOM 10. a decree pro confemo. will betaken
210 So. Washington 267.7325. COOK'S WELL DRILLING Service $1050 .tK\1'I'I.U': .\1'1 ION' t.o KMNU agalnut you for the relief licensed, insured, work guaranteed 63 Chevy, 4 door 150:\ I'I"UI.RCI minded In the Complaint
LOTS FOR SALe 267.3245. :58\ Pontiac Catalina 495 TO ALL WHOM IT MAr CON- This Notlre ihall be publlnhtd
57 Ford V8 stick 295 CERN; : : once a week for four conaecutlve
NOTICE 18 HCRLrfY GIVEN ",r.k. In the Tltuavilla BtirAdvocate -
PAINTING reliable Browning Auto Sales
ATTENTION BUILDERS, 6 low, expert that Frank. Litr Platt, n> AdmlnlHtrator I
as Is, $2200 each. Shady Oaks satisfying work. Estimates gladly 403 Hopkins Ave 267-1520:\ of the Estate of Allila DATED thin 26 day of MarioIJKI .
subdivision, large AM 7-0773() Drawdy Plait deceased. l. hue com : I
storage warehouse Magnolia Motor pleteil the ,
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and small house Included. FREE LP bottled InsUl'ation ealat. and bat filed hla final return '
(a* (ntprnulinniil I Murvroter II /IITIM R. 'BAI1NF3t
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Call owner. 267.5963.Rides and application fur dial h..rlle.. '
2019 N U. S. NJ 1, Titusville Scout After flUnaproof I'rk of Circuit Court
4-Wheel Drive of publlcatNushowing
lly Bertie HallDeputy
Suburban Propane Gas Service this Notice has. been pub-
Wanted 2676411. Sales Parti Service Ilihed once a week for four comet. Miir 27 Apr 8. 10 Clerk 17 (FrI.) 1MI '
1603 W Canal Rt. 40 ullve weeks. the matter of approvalof North Brevard'sOnly
FREE BOTTLE gas installation New Smyrna Beach: said report and. the ordering of lTllr: IKfllr I'III'KT. 1'1
distribution of Said entate will come .\M tOK DIRE>> : OLXTI, ILOK Home-
WANTED RIDE to Cape industrial No gas deposit required Phone 428.47(1Townsend before the Court. ObJection. should ID14'ter.
267.3076 or 267.1989. Titusville be Immediately filed : Ml. Old Mill (
area or will join carpool 7:30: Gas CO. Auto Parts Dated. this 14th day of March, OtKrKLDk.! K. Owned Bank
am to 4 p.m. Phone 267-5052 I 1M4 TfcPLYPLAINTIFF DADDYAIN'T
after 5 p.m. Used Parts Cars ./ FRANK LF8TER: PLATT V8

FREEI! I Top Prices Paid For tutor Frank Letter of Estate Matt. of Admlnln Allda JAMES O. TEFLY DEFENDANT: : Docs your home need a second carporte screened-in!

Schools L.P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION Wrecked Cars'! Drawdy Platt deceased MiriCr. : OK. NIIIKIrrit: ".\.t: VOTIN'FOR porch patio another sleeping room, etc?
Murray W. Overitreet. Jr N >tl..e la hereby given that. I.
Free Statewide Teletype Service Attorney for Admlnlatrator UGH I 8. WILKO-S. Sheriff of Arrange with us a Home Improvement Loan at low bank
-- --- ----- SUBURBAN PROPANEGAS 8 Mlles North Of Mims P, O Box 492Klaaimmee Mre\ard County. Florida, under an I rates, and repay in reasonable monthly payments.
Florida by virtue of writ of
AN FLECTKONIC EDUCATION TltusvllU 267 1351: a Execution
SERVICE Apr. 8. 10, 17. 24
irrl) 1961 heretofore I.au..d out of Ihe above
is a guarantee of job security at 2019 U. S, 1 N. 267-6411 I.
automobile for
high wages Contact FETI, IDS: any. ED KITTLESFor I
King St., Cocoi. Phone 636.3720, thing of value. Browning Auto

day or evening Used Cars & TrucksBUICK I Sole., 405 Hopkins, 2671520. Brevard Lumber Company CountyCommissioner First National Bank

WILL TRADE automobile for any
See The 1957, little rust, new tires kind of garage equipment. READYMIXEDINTRANSIT CONCRETE TITUSVILLE ST FLORIDA
and brakes. Sacrifice, $325 2677747 Browning Auto Sales, 405 Hop.
Star AdvocateFor kiss, 267.1520. Building Materiel Lumber 9 Paint Hardware Washington and Pint Sts.
BUICK 1960 LASABRE, 4 door I Us DEMO DIST. 1 Not! The Oldest. Not The Largest But The BESTf
Your hardtop, A.1 condition inside and Wanted To Buy GIn You An Estimate -
out. I I Prompt D.llr Phone AM 7.3831 Insurance '
Printing Needs! Only $1150. Or will trade ry (Pd. Pol. Adv Pd for by Member Federal Deposit Corp.
for good travel trailer 1215 Pine GOOD CLEAN, COTTON RAGS. Kittles Camp Treas A FULL SERVICE BANK
fslrppt Titiievillp Fla I !;'I...i* Arlt/nnaf Ufa In Ctwaat .. > .

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Operation 01 The Weir Company

\ The Volc. of 25,000 North Brttrard County R..ld.nU
Dunn S,'arl". Inrmrrlv vu'(' Hi n,...tur I of the Greater TitusI -
president of M N. Weir & Sons, \ ,,1'1'I' (Chamber of Commer e!
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Inc realtors of Pompom Beach, president' of the Committee of f

Ira has (akin over [the TitusvilteDianch 100 men'ber of the Military Affairs

e operation of the Weir Committee of I he Florida
t Pride Hears On Current
rR( Reports Company as of April 1 1He I. State Chamber of Cormier"o,

member of the Citizens Survey
has been in charge of the
In:plonu'ntution Council of Ore-
Tltusvillo for the past
Mircl County, vice preiidrni of
two and one Mil years. lie IIi North revard) Board of

Beautification Project Along U.S. 1 1At wo Iranifurcd from the I'om Iteultori! Sire president of the ,.

patio head office at the time theTitusville neater Ttusvllle, Kiwanis Club
and' a member of the Titusvill
brunch! was !
Elks; LiwlneClflun .
Efmtc. has bun with the Weir
.Y ti the April meeting of Greater she is actively participating in id) to TituiMlle Service i inipaiR-i! to start on Api II 2'itli'
,urtianlznlioii for the past! t sight i M[ Weaver wall be n
.' t.+' sv s JA Pride, Inc., Mrs Ike Rigell, the movement of the Merritt Island and lit particularly She silted that the City would ymn and l In a statement rcfiajtd -'Icia"'dIth the new fum.
Beautification: Chairman, reported 'Dummitt' plantation to the Mrs. Hilla Couait on her odd extra garbage and train
today, stated there would be Weaver is a native of Pittsburgh
mainland assured frllowml'mcrs annul In trucks during the week
that her committee had completed She jccomplMhinent pickup
i no change! In personnel lit the Penna, where he attended! the
a major beautification ; that she would leave ln : ((0 new Pride members to help bindle the extra at.
\. > j opt'ration of the local office The UI1I'I'fNiluf Pittsburgh Schooled
( project 'Model Area' where U. no stone unturned In seeing that cumulationVeinnn ,
< Jack Lurks Pride Civic firm will now be known 81 DushtMs Admimstiution lIe
j S, 1 South splits into Washington the old! plantation would be restored Jansen:: Piiilc representative -
,J< Ii tor Dunn Static Realtor and will was active in the automotive supply -
A' chairman
to true historical and mm received
and! HopkinsThe its the North UuvardV ,
i : on opuaie throughout the CapeKennoih and I equipment beiiiriPss for
f Island on U S. 1 has been cultural stale.Recruiting vote of thanks for his Up'i Hoard reported! that major Impact nrta Very. 17 year* lend jf transformed into a miniature Chairman Phil Warren ing efforts In obtaining ,
/ ftri'ks t have been rrali/id; In cordial rtlition remain between 12 years in Florida In the real
;. k garden spot, stated that litters: of Pride planning und design critetia tin two films who will continue stile. business in Fort L uder-\
f Mrs Rigell also reported that Information had been distribute the proposed Titusville briiiflmg a 'Y' to this area to work un cooperative real dale and Pompano Beach prior

Auditorium April has been siRimled, as stito( tminaUioni ti throughout!; It mnvinii to Titusville, lie Is
,..: Mrs Hilda Cownit PiM1'1 month in Tit i+vdle and O'nti ill mil Southern; Florida, a Navy veteran of World War II,
; { l Brevard World's Fair Authority on the initial success and (' till !local residents are urged to Sooli who
t munity rl'urlio" toward the (' suppoit t the various Piidu ipoii llluebiid Court In Titusville, is Sihrintr, and resides at 759Fdgewood I

:<< 't: J Seekinn Supervisor For Booth I wide "P imt Up Clean eared' activities: Inuntdiiite past prokltint and a Road, Titusville

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BEACH LOVER Vicki Hamilton WESTERN STYLE Sherrie Brevard County Is seeking an Twin Towers Apartment, 201 N,

one of the several entries Lee Rennie 'is shown above as individual tor the position of Atlantic' Ave. Cocoa Beach, in

for the "Miss Pride" contest, is she displays her unusual "western Supervisor at the New York tin Atlantic Room, on Saturday, This Is Brevard County'sSENATOR
shown above as she poses for the Woilcts Fair, The individual ,
Advocate style" bathing suit She is April! 18th from 9:30: a m, to 2:30:
Star photographer.When selected for the job must be p.m. The Atlantic Room is locat,
one of the entries In the Miss\
asked what her hobbies
able to remain in New York for id between the North and South
said "I the Pride" contest to be held
were she simply love Saturday BERNARD PARRISH
approximately six months towers fronting on the ocean
beach", Vicki, a 16.year-old Sherrie Is a IT.'ear-old
Job requirement will be to This: will be a very demanding
sophomore has figure measure senior and enjoys artwork and
ments of 36.24.38.-(S.A Photo). sewing.-(S.A Photo). supervise the operation of the Job which will require a lot of
i Brevard County Booth, which work, not only with the Brevard
will include the hiring of person- displa, but with meeting the .1'j

Mrs. Leonardy To Conduct nel to man the booth, maIntain- public and selling the people on 'I< ,
ing adequate inventory of sup- visiting Biovard County. ",. '

I plies to be sold at the booth and, Salary is open for negotiations, HIS HISTORY ':

Parliamentary Law Workshop in general, to represent the Bix Bishop said !
yard Authority in New York, Native Educated of in Brevard Brevard County County Schaer ",1. I

Saturday, April 25, Mrs Herb- These discussions will be gearedto The person selected must be Tides Graduate of University of Florida with Seduce of fete*. Dt.!'" In Business ,'' ,

\ erta Leonardy Attorney and pro benefit not only officers but able to meet the public and talk High L.. Administration Spent '4' Years in U.S. Army, 3 of them In European Tlatar .! Opantlent. Wit In I IB ,:t::?':

fessional parliamentarian, will also participating members of authoritatively on the subject of major battles. attained rank of major ,. ..' '
conduct a workshop on parliamentary Brevard County, according to Saturday, April II 1
law. The work Is any organization. Alvin H 1:18: a.m, 7:32: a.m. .
shop Bishop, Jr, vice chair COMMUNITY SERVICE .1" ; .
HIS tj i
sponsored by the Titusville Registration will be held from man of World's Fair Authorityof 1:31: p m 7:57: p.m.

Branch of The American AssocIation 9:30 a.m. until 10:00: a.m. The Brevard County Sunday, April If organized Boy Scouts of America In Brevard County and served tl County chairman I i I 'I 1.1 (.
of University Women, and work thop will begin promptly at The successful 2:24: a.m. 8:44: a.m and a member of Central Florida Council j, 01.11,
10:00 lunch applicant must 2:54: p.m, 9:09: p.mMonday Past t President of Tituivillt t Rotary Club '
will be held at Titusville High : a m ; 12: 1:30: p m be able to go to New York with. Served as Chairman of the Cancer DnvtCharter I ,'" :"l\ ,
School. The work shop will be completedat April 20 member of the Titusvilla Elks and Jaycees \ .
The program will include dlscus 3:00: p.m. In ten (10)) days from the oate of 3:34: a.m, 9:S3 p.m. Helped organize Brtvard County United Appeal' served M 1910 chaIrman I J '4 .
hiring!:. 3:59pm.: : 10:18: p,re. Member of the First t Presbyterian Church of Titusvlllt. served it Deacon, Trurtet and Elder :4
lon the duties the A $2.00 fee will be A
of of president registration ... '.... .
and Numb& ledge .
Member of the American Legion y.FWW. :. +& ',-, "?. I'! fi :
secretary and treasurer. required. Ladies and gentlemenof : ) r--
Motions, amendments and" 'bylaws the community are Invited to I i r :.
will also be discussed. attendElectroMechanical I HIS POLITICAL ACTIVITIES ; .
Elected to Board of County Commissioners of Brtvard County In 1151 l i
Served four years when many new county services i were) Initiated ''t' I ; .
Closes Oul County began paving i own roads with I equipment I purchased an time' payments I y .i'
County greatly expanded Mosquito Control Department by IIHj er dtklnf many thousands ,
\ I 4%% EarningsON ef breeding areas to rid county permanently of most of the salt water mosquitoes I "
Strengthened platting laws to insure now homo owners of paved streets, botttr drainage .' .' .
Successful Year Report ShowsElectro County zoning established to protect property valuol "
Elected State Senator In I960 by people o4 Brtvard and Semintlt CountiesHIS ,
-Mechanical Systems, A, R. Lietz Vice President; andS .
Inc of Titusville, one of the C de Lesdernier Secretary I :i ? '
very few firms with a national and Treasurer; the stockholders Participated in two regular stsslont, four extraordinary unions along with numerous :.. ::,i
conferences and special hearings at State Capitol' I '
throughly elected as Directors, Kenneth Current committee meetings!! 'If' I't!
reputation as being
Served on more educational eommittttt than any other member of the LtfiiltturtWas 1 ., .
qualified to perform precision W Osborne, Stockbroker and I I Dividend vice chairman of the General Education and Ju itr Collage Committee I s .: : ;.
chemical cleaning and analytical Business Consultant; and John Rate Other posts Included: ti '
T Skolfied. Jr, Attorney; both Compoundl'dr Junior Colleges: Coordinating Commlttttt ,'lti':" .
testing of missile ground sup. r Education 1
Covernors Committee on Quality ,
of Winter Park Louis Jr., 1Mdi< I I.
; Frey OO !
port systems at Cape Kennedy, legislative Council Committta on Higher Educations .
held its annual meeting on also a prominent Winter Park Sub-Committee for the Appropriations Committee for Higher Education! '" I + 11..1., ,
8.Annual. attorney; and Walter Carpenter, Chairman of the Impact Area Committee for Higher Education ';l. I ;:. .
April Kingman Insurance 'Y Florida Delegate to tho Southern Regional Education Board. I 'I! 'tI i rPV, -1
og to' ,.
Member of the Senate Committees for Roads and Highway i ; 'o' ;,
reports previously Agent of Titusville. Member Senate General legislation Committee ',,'.". 1 JM .. ..
moiled nationwide to some 600 Chairman of Governmental' organization Committee 'In 1113 '. .'; t' .,;ItR r
stockholders revealed earnings Served. lither as chairman or member of the Citrus Committee sinebfglnninr Senattservice q"r i :,, 'j- It'' .

uf approximately: 22c per share 71t Otd1 ',.,; rat,; .f'
for the fiscal year ended Jan f2 ;
uary 1964, compared to a per \ i\C % HIS LEGISLATIVE ACHIEVEMENTS ,+ Ttf:.M

share loss at 97c during the similar operated with county, city officials, school' board and sptelJl, district officials to obtain \. ': f 4
period ended January, 1963. passage of 96 local bills In 1961 and 25 In 1963 I "rltr' 'y
The report made by the president Bills' included such subitcts as regulations on fishing zoning now charters for( several ,. ...., .'.:14''

Wm M. Burr emphasizedthat NO YEAR'SWAIT of Introduced major cities and obtained In Brevard passagt County of new codes for Florida engineers and charges In !laws ;.' '.,;
programs in progre'si! and affecting architects and surveyors ; I 4
in prospect give every reason to sponsored new cigarette tax bill r which gives cities of Brtvard County moro than .
irftrease "A i ttaMtelkMi i..a.tlet $1 million each year In additional revenue r I
anticipate a continuing I I .s
sponsored bill which tstablished GENE8YS
in volume and profits, thing which if give a* hide Sponsored bill for new space university bo built In Eatt-Ctntral. Florida .';,
In addition to Wmi M J3urr, will Uk a 'ad.Skillet Sponsored amendment to Constitution approved by Florid voters. allowing sale of bands i '.
FOR for capital outlay ot Institutions of higher taming( ; .
President and General Manager. Introduced and obtained passage of bill wfckk dlrtrflHrtes farads from that bond Issue (
which allots $2,153,000 to Brevard Junior. Cotlogo at C CM ,.

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Savings left by the 10th of any month earn BERNARDPARRISH

from the 1st Savings insured up to
$10,000 ($30,000 for a husband and wife)

by FSLIC, a permanent agency of the
U. S. Government

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2-C Tlhwllle (Florida) Star Advocite Friday, April 17, 1964 ear.

i Church News Of The Week

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Deadline For Church News on These Paces :3PM s Wednesday

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Trinity LutheranSunday NazareneThe Scottsmoor Baptist at G

morning worship service ; First Church of the Nazarene Sunday School! will begin at

< at Trinity Lutheran Church The War M Moil WJdofy used announces the following 9:45: a.m. at First Baptist Church
begins at 10:15. The church is Dvvottonal Guide sen'Ices. of Scottsmoor with Benjamin

1 natcd on Magnolia Ave., in Tomorrow night there will bea Busby, Sr., aa Superintendentand
Indian River City, and is air. Young People's Zone Rally. classes for all ages bw

conditioned A nursery i* This rally is to be held at the Rev Lloyd Amlersofi of New 5,

provided for small children dur Cocoa Nazarene Church and will Smyrna Beach will bring the

ing the service begin: at 7:30: ,, Everyone Is wel Inspirational message at the 11

Sunday School is held at 9:00: come to attend a.m. worship service. Music will
with classes for all ages Includ be by the adult choir under the i 1 1b
Th Sunday School hour begins
ins a class: for adults taught by leadership of Mrs Morris
at 9:45 under the leadershipof
the paster t1UpptrRootn- Hallum :
Rubert Blankenship, with !
a' Sunday evening members of e) TW None aoo* .HMWIMBead r.anas Training Union with Mrs.
fie Luther League will attend classes for all ages Grady Sanders as Director, is

? the Central Florida Area Rally I Corinthians 15151.58 The Worship hour begins at tinted! for 6:30( p.m., with Unions .
Stand firmt t Let nothing move ; Ii//
of the American Lutheran 11:00: with Rev Thomas Ream for all age groups :
4 ns busy yourselves in
you you
IChurch at Ascension Lutheran that bringing the message of the Evening Worship will be at
the Lord work. Be
sure i
Church in Indian Harbour hour, entitled 'The Christianand 7:30( p.m. The Junior and Inter t
nothing do for him is ever
Beach Pastor Tejan will con you his Church." The church mediate choir will furnish the i Wf ;
lost wasted (11 Corinth ee Ill
or ever a
duct the closing Vesper devo choir, under the direction of music. aY
ians 15:58. PHILLIPS.) : ,
Imt.s at the Rally. The theme : Frank Itallum, Jr, will presenta Mid-Week Prayer Service will :
*'. Is Jesus Is Lord On September 1, 1923, Tokyo special Nurseries are open for be Wednesday: at 7 p.m., follow

The Confirmation Class will and its surrounding communities all regular! services ed by the Adult Choir rehearsal.

meet Tuesday at 6:00 at the were almost wiped out by Nursery for children under
earthquake and fire. In the The Junior Fellowship will ",
I church. At 6:30 Tuesday even four years of age is provided at
space of only a few hours, the meet at 6:00: under the leader all Church Services. o4
the Junior Lutheran Choir
ing fruits of patient missionarywork ship of Mrs. Jean Haser.'fhp .
jwU'' rehearse followed by the Sunbeams, with Mrs. E. A.
.' Adult Choir rehearsal at 7:00.: over a period of many decodes Annual Meeting of the McElravcy as leader, will meet :

The Adult Class for informa, appeared lost. In the N.Y.P.S. will be held at 6:00.: at the church Saturday at 1

:"tion about the Christian Church midst of the ruins, missionary All members of the society are p.m., R A's, under the leader I

: and the Lutheran Church specifically bishop John McKim sent this urged to be present Election of ship of Eugene Lamparter, will C

will meet Wednesday message by cable back to the officers for the new year will be meet at 2 p.tn.Grace .
United States: 'All gone but held at this time. ;
of the
evening at 7:30.: Members v47r
faith in God.
church and anyone wishing Inform Inspired by this message of The Evangelistic_ _. _Service__ .n_ begins BaptistServices
:ition about the Lutheran faith Christians in Japan and at. 7:00 with Rev Thomas
Church are invited to attend. hands to Ream speaking. Music will be for Grace Baptist x t{
in America joined re
Church held in the Community
Thursday the organization ,
under the direction of Frank
build what had been destroyed.
meeting of the Couples Club will Hallum, Jr.Wednesday. Church Building, Old Dixie
Out of the ashes arose schools r
be held at 7:30: at the church. better IIwv, are announced as follows od points the way'g ,
and churches and hospitals
will be the Pastor John
Husbands and wives interested night by Margene:
and the invitation
fro; encouraged to attend. than those which had been Annual Millenary: Meeting Sunday: 10 a.m., Bible School gives
lost.The Election of officers for the new with classes for all ages The ".are you ready to hear? / \
j; Women of Trinity LutheranChurch Christians in Corinth, a attendance
attend year will be held and'all memo Sunday School will feature 7s Sunday church 't

the Southeastern: plan to Conference small and obscure minority In a bers are urged to be present. a Bible drill, an object lesson and the extent of your religious / 5

pagan seaport, likewise faced illustrated hymns Pastor Mar life? Do you expect to give the
Convention of the American .
The Annual
discouragoments Meeting
difficulties and
Lutheran Church Women la Ila- many gtne will speak on "Witnessing"In least and get the most? Is your Sunday morning prayer your weekly talk ioul'TleChurch,.,
In his letter to them, wil! be held on Wednesday, April TleCharrl lar.a.hm .
the adult class.
with God? Are anxious to work "overtime" in Kingdom service ai
1 leah on Saturday. Paul pointed out that no matter 29th!) There will be reports from you as n aombinNlon for
how dark the outlook, they each department of the church, 11 am., morning"Four Clowns servicepastoi's !, you are at the plant where you earn your living? God is everywhere. Christ ran
St. Gabriel's ChurchThe could be sure nothing they did along with the pastors report 0:00: p.m. Youth meetings expects your best seven days a week.,.not just on Sunday. Here is the church. \:

for Christ would be "ever. lost and election of new officers of 7:00, evening gospel hour, He points the way. The invitation is for all; young people, old people and. sites"fn'N"N.nq'r"k'""
schedule: for St. Gabriel'sEpiscopul or ever wasted." the church between. He "Follow Me"This (. _
sermon subject "The Highly ages says, e.1j&az ==-=-
Church, as announcedby PRAYER: Almighty God,
Priestly Prayer of Christ"John

Father: Ferguson, is as fellows glory of be scabacks to Thee that and, discouragements regardless First Presbyterian 17Wednesday., ____ ... < 11 11' ,::::: ::) : ; 4fAr1! : \:! ,":'..'r..ro.,. -_r.d1
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: evangelistic
On Sunday, Morning Prayer whatever we do At the 8:30: service on Sundayat campaign will convene Tom Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
will be said at 7:15: a.m.; Holy for Thee is not in vain. Renew First Presbyterian Church Casey li serving under tltfe'\

Communion will be celebratedat our zeal, we pray, that we the Rev. Charles W. Bates, pas American Evangelistic Associa

7:30: a.m.; Sunday School, foi' may do our utmost in spreadIng tor, -will preach on "The Marks ties He is well trained and ed Rinker Materials Corp. Brevard Mutual Ins. Agency Inc.
the fourth grade and up, will]1' Thy kingdom In Jesus'name. tf' a Good WItness." ,
ucated in the best schools In the
West Orange Ph. AM 75900Duffy's Downtown
meet at 9:00: a.m. The adull 1 Amen Titusville
Guest preacher at 11 will country, and is known as a
time a m
class will also meet at this 1 Thought For Th. Day
be "Modern Paul". Dick Mietus ii
the Rev. C John Trois
under the direction of Jack Her Nothing we do for Christ is of ,.
convered drunkard and Is
a now
ton, Family Eucharist will bThe e! ever lost or wasted Cameron New Smyrna Beach, whose topic :
celebrated at 10:00: a.m.; 1 F McRae (Michigan) will be "The Dignity. of Man." in full time evangelism.If Mims, Florida Moonland Mobile Homes, Sales

Sunday School, third grade and There Is a cliurch hour nurseryfor
U. S.1 North of Overpass Titusville
below, will meet at 10:00: a.m, children t to( age six, at 11 you have rental .. ,
; Central Baptist o'clock Town Motel
under the direction of Jaroei ODly.'Sunday .

Munnis, Jr E.Y.C. will meet at t Services for Central Baptist School convenes at housing, list it in Downtown Titusvllle

630: p.m.'I'he Church, Rev. D V. McAllister, 9:43 I.m., with classes for all The Star-Advocate The Employees of
42nd Annual Conventionof 1 Pastor, are announced 1 as tel age groups through Adult. Edwards Suburban Gas Service
the Diocese of South Floridawin 1 I Realty Propane
...m 1._ .... .... .f lows: ..
tiv' held Apri I 41, 4*, **i at* :Sunday; ; Sunday School, wee: Joe and Mary Edwards
Daytona Beach. The followingare am; morning worship, 11:00: ; FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Baldwin Shopping Center

delegates to the convention: Junior choir practice, 6:00: p.m.; 1027 Park Ave Tltunme

Robert Cobb, John Ball and Training Union, V:30, evening Sunder School, 9:45: AM Worship Hour, J 11 AM First Federal Savings & Loan Association

George Partelow. The Alter worship, 7:30: ; adult choir practice Youth Fellowship, 8 P.M. Evangeli.tic Hour, Downtown Titusvmetlantlc
nates are Dr. W H II Bennett,
8:43.Tuesday: 7 PM Wed mIdweek .enlce 7 P.M. A Plumbing Co.
Jury Herrln and Jack Dicklnfcon : 7:30: p.m., YWA'a
meet. Fay Taylor Circle! meets THOMAS itEAM. MINISTER 329 St. Johns St., Titusville

Father, Ferguson is in charge with Mrs. Barbara Sanders, Mt Scriptural Christ Centered Everyone Welcome Luke Cain

of all the Exhibits at the Con Sterling, 7:30: p.m.; Sunday Infants & Toddlers Nursery '

vention and he has been nominated School Associational meeting. ., Threlkeld's Standard Service State Farm Insurance Companies
tc the Executive Board of Cocoa First Baptist, 7:30. 214 Palm Titusville
Titusville AM 7.9927
the Diocese of South Florida andto Wednesdays ':30 p.m., Beginner Tr.INITY: LUTHERAN CHURCH Downtown
the Cathedral Chapter of \the and Primary Sunbeams

Cathedral Parish of St Luke. Junior and Intermediate GA's (An American Lutheran Church) Baird's Mobile Homes

At the same time the Episcopal and RA's meet at the church: ; Indian River Machine Shop :

t Churchwomen will hold their 7:00: p.m. Officers and Teachers 8(1) MAGNOLIA AVENUE Indian River City, Florida .Rte 1 Bo* 331 Cocoa. Florida

/, Annual Meeting. The followingare meeting; 7:30: prayer meeting INDIAN RIVER CITY '

Delegates: Mrs. I. A. Rlgell, Thursday: 9:30: a.m., women'svisitation BUNDA\ SCHOOL . . . . .9:00: am.

Mrs Robert Cobb and Alternates Mrs. 7:00 p.m. men's CHURCH SERVICES . . . 10:15: '.m. Mims Citrus Growers Association Bead's Gulf Service
Charles Williams visitation
are Mrs Orel Orvis, Mrs. Harry Mims. Florida Downtown Titusvllle
w. Extend A Cordial Welcome To Youl
Campbell and Mrs Beth Scobie Orsino Baptist : '
The choir will rehearse on CLAUD I E. TEJAN 'utor

Friday, April 24, at 7:45: p.rti. begin Evangelistic April 19 Revival at Oisino Services Baptist Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr. W E. Kennedy

Westside BaptistThe Church, two miles north of Mima, Florida Badcock Furniture Titusrille

barge canal on A1A, with serVices WELCOME: TO THE ; "

Westside Baptist Church each evening at 7:30: p.m. .. .'
will hold Its first revival April Rev Gene Winfrey, of Marietta t. -r
d & Winstead Inc.
First Brevard Lumber Bryan-Conway
20 through May 3. The Rev. K Georgia, nationally knownas Baptist :? ; ; ,\ Company '' ,

E. Flynn, pastor, cordially in- the 'Cowboy Evangelist" will :" ,, !- Downtown Tituaville.
vit<:s all to attend the services preach each evening, announced : '
Church i tc .: .
conducted by The Rev Fay De Rev J. L. Gaines, Pastor. The }....:. Nelson Insurancegency'
Sha, pastor of the First Baptist revival will continue through .... Ray ,
Church of Tavarts April 25th. I Of Mims ct. It Big Apple Plaza : ; Belk-Lindsey,

I f .....t.. r Titusville

A. M. r J. Burger King .

"la The Heart Of The .Community" MORNING WOItSHIP 11:11'J: A. M r p .: North U. S. 1, Titusville :t 1 Morley's Western Auto

Main &: Hopkins Tltuavllle, FloridaW. YOUTH CHOIR R!. rift .' Mr and Mrs. Chas J. Morley

HEARSAL 5:30: p. .. r aft1S oeMtn ; Washington & Broad, TitusvilleMr.
S. Hardln. Pastor TRAINING UNION Duff Electric Titusville

SERVICESSunday EVENING WORSHIP: P. M'I; '1!J' Mr. and Mrs H Guy Duff'; f ,

Worship . . . . 8i30 & 11:00: A.M. 7:3Q: P. 1 ',' an e s W
Sunday School . . . . . . . 3:4J: A.M. WID.SlRYICI! 7:30: P. .1.-:. .1 I: avrwac'Rh. Canaveral Rambler .

Training Union . . . . . . . 6IS A.M. ,, .... = Danenbur Realty
Sunday Evening Worship . . . . 7i30 P.M. End Of Your .: .1I' x Phone AM 7-1348 15H S. Washington, Titusvllle

Mid-Week Service. Wedaeaday . . . 7130> P,M. i Search For A FrIendly i :1 oA ;..
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Air COfIdItIcI Poe r. -'I L" 3 Master Cleaners
1889 Affiliated with Southern Baptist Conveallen '
a Yeas COni f.,,, J a1kv Employees, South Washington
Alr-Condlllon Mother of Three MUslona Way Only S Minutes !fnm Titusville S. Hopkins at Titusville City LimitsPig. '

y f Cordially Invite You to Attend Our Services I' Rev Joseph I. a..twrlht Downtown TltvlYiJl.

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April 17, W TltusvllU (Florida) Star. Arfvectte Pi9. 3-C First Church Of GodThe Mimi Methodist Retired MinsterTo \ Baptist Church, IRC -

I services of the First Mims Methodist Church, Ke\ Preach Her. First Missionary i Baptist

Church of God will begin with Lloyd W Mullis, pastor, an Sunday At 11 Church of IRC Eld Howard

Sunday School clashes at 10:00: flounces the following services: Thornton, pastor, announcesthe
Church News Of The Week clock this Sunday morning. Morning Worship services Rev: C John Trois, New Smy following services: !

There will be classes for all 9:00: and 11:00: a.m. rna\ Beach retired member of Sunday: 94): am. Sunday

4( ages Sunday School, 10 a,m? Rob. the Presbytery, will be the guest School, classes for alt ages,'
The morning worship service ert It!. Porter, General Supermtendert minister at the 11:00: a.m. ter. nursery provided, 11:00: i.m? .'

For Titusville and North Brevard County 1y will follow at 10:45: o'clock with !Methodist\ Youth Fellowship vice Sunday at First PresbyterIan Morning Worship Service; 8:30:
the Pastor, Rev, Ronald Holder, meets at 6:30: p.m. Church at TltusviMeRev p-m,. Baptist Training Course,
Deadline For Church News oa These Paces 5 P. M. Wednesday classes for all 30
the ages; f; p.m.
bringing morning message A covered dish supper at 6:30: Bales will conduct the {
entitled "Love Unknowable, yet p.m. Sunday. The meat will be 830 am. service, following Evening: Worship Servle..
Known." supplied Please bring other which he will leave :to attend Wednesday: 730: p.m., Midweek

I IRC MethodistSunday Good ShepherdThe First MethodistMorning Church Of GodServices During the Youth Fellowship dishes. his eldest son'. graduation exercises Prayer Service, Bible
strnh U Fid! Thornton, 8:30:
for Mims Church of inciting there will be a carom at the University of Fin
morning worship for First Fourth Quarterly Conferencewill p,m Adult Choir Rehearsal.
Rev. Arnold F. Claus will worship at timeof
followsby tournament by a rids. Gainesville
the Indian River City Methodist speak this Sunday, April 19, of Methodist Church of Titusvillewill God are announced as H t i refreshments and a study be held at 7:30: p,m. Dr. Thuitdjy: 10:00: am, Ladies
Church will be held at the pastor, Rev Kyle Bruce F. Gannaway will Visitation 7:10: Mens Visitation
11:00: 'The Christians' Joy! basedon be held at 945: and 1100a : period This will be held in the pre- : p.m.
a.m. in the new church building the text from St. John chap .m. Sunday with Rev. E. W. Bryan: pastor home 3374 Elder St side and preach at the evening Pine Grove BaptistServices ; 7:00: p.m., Beginners

on the Orlando Highway across ter 16, verses 18 to 23. Church Norman bringing both messages Sunday April 19, Fomecom. Midweek service this week service Officials and Commissions Choir Rehearsal; 7:30( p.m.,
School 10 a m ; Pipe Grove Missionary
from Indian River Heights. The worship services will be conduct on "The Face In The Mirror." Ing Sunday will be be elected for the ; tumors Choir Rehearsal
will be held on Wednesday evening -
pastor, Rev. Robert Waddell, ed at 8:00: am and 10:30: am, The 11:00 am service will be morning worship, 11:00: ; dinner in the home of Mr. and Mil coming year. Baptist Church: ore announced Friday: 7:30: p,m? Local Youth
will bring !the Thre at the Church, 12 noon; Singing as tallows: Rally :\Imtrey Missionary Bap-
,i message, !! with the celebration of the broadcast over Radio Station Powell 2489 Old Dixie
Jetty ,
Essential Steps To !'altl1." lacrameat of Holy Communion WRMF. in the afurnoon( April 20 The Commission on Sunday: Sunday School, 10 titt Church in Qrlando
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Youth Highway The meeting will Education will meet at 7:30: p.m. Service. 11:00 follow
i Scripture will be read from the taking place during the later sere Church School will be held at at 7:30 a m ; Song : Saturday: Fellowship Day"
bl'ilD: :
Service. pm. April 21 Bob Scout Troop ed by morning' worship at the Church,
Gospel according to Mark. vice only. 9:45: a.m. for all ages. An additional Services are presently being
No. 360 will meet at 7 .m. .
p service ,is held each)
Church School for infants Prayer
Sunday School will be held The nursery will be available First ChristianServices conducted on Sunday morningin April 22 Bible study at The subjectnow aaaaaaaseeeSeeei.. .
to during the 10:30: o'clock servicefor through sixth grade is Christian (the Indian River City Fire Wednesday night. : -_----
from 9:43 a.m. 10:33 a m and for First 7 pm being studied 1 I. taken from :.
classes for all ages will be conducted the care of pre-school child held at 11:00.: Church of Titusville are announced !Hill on Magnolia Ave April 24 Junior choir practice thp Book ot Revelation! ar\d will .
will be held :
Youth recreation
The nursery will be ren,, Attendants will be Mrs as follows by Pastor Tim congregation Is associated 330: pm be :
continued until tompleted.Ladies'
available for Infants and small Marilyn Helsel and Miss Nancy at 4:00: p.m. Sunday followed by Eddie fineSunday : with the Church of God will I : j :
orchestra practice and MYF Auxiliary meeting I. .
children during the worship Brandenburg Snack MYF meetings : Sunday School, 10 whose general: offices are in First AssemblyOf be held Thursday April JJrd. LttendServices :
supper. Anderson, Ind.Christian.
At 9:IS o'clock, Sunday School,
hour and the Sunday School follow. Evening worship will be am. The Easter to Pentecost attendance All ladies are Invited. .
God ChurchA .
Junior and Adult Bible Classes
Methodist Youth continuesand
The Fellow.
held at 7:30 campaign The Pint Grove Baptist
: p mOn
ship will participate In the Sub me t. At this time also, Pastor members are urged to attend Science : :
Sessionfor Church Is ot the
Monday, a Training Gospel Sing will be hold! a member \ ,
Claus will conduct the class cur '
District meeting of the MYF, Bible School ork ; 1100: a.m. worship hour American Association.
Vacation Sunday, April 19, 2:00: ,m.. at Baptist ,
rently studying the fundamentals Dnitilne of Atonement" Is p : I
the church "What Must
in the will be
leaving early sermon topic
will be held at First Methodist '.
ern the First! Assembly of God, This
afternoon All! Commissions of of the Christian Faith. The I Do To Be Saved", 6:45: the sublet ot Christian Sciencetliurchej : .
Church of Cocoa at 9:30: 1212 W. Main St., Titusulle If have .
the church will meet at 4:30: subject to be partially covered Christian Endeavor Youth next Sunday Golden you real,, estateto '
p.m. Sunday for their regular this Sunday la "God's Standardof I.m.At meeting for juniors and seniors, Text: "All things are of God, Featured singers coming are: sell or If you are Week1 : !
7:30: .m. on Monday, the ,
Right and Wrong. p last who hath reconciled us to himself Connie Sellers, former soprano
monthly meeting The Official 7:30: Bible study hour -
The Girls' Commission on Finance will by Jesus Christ, and hath of the Revival Time Choir; DavId looking for choice real ':
Board will meet at 9:30 p,m. League in a aeries of "The Growing
members, including girls in the meet Christian Presses On". given to us the ministry of re Fernandez, singing evangelist estate, use our classified t ii at your own i if
The Girl Scout Troop N 130 third through the sixth grade Choir practice for the 1100a : Wednesday: 7:30: to 8:15: Prayer ., conciliation" (01 'or.. :5:18)). ; Buddy Mears former tenorof columns.Dr. .
will meet at the church Tuesday, will meet at the church on Tues .m. choir will be held at 7:30: meeting sPllces.Bellwood I! The following citation from Fla Boys, Carol Mears fra ',i
7:00: pan. under the direction of day evening at 7:00: o'clock Tuesday. The Commission on "Science and Health with Keyto lured on Ted Mack Show; the- ,f place i iof

Scoutleader, Mrs Jack James. Leaders of this group are Mrs Education: will meet at 7:30: p,m. Baptist the Scriptures by Mary Baker Jubihlrcs Evangeldtcs and '. .

The Adult choir will have its Claudia Zanetta, Mrs. Betty Tuesday. Bellwood Baptist Chapel servIces Eddy \1.111l1/ 0 be read: many: other quartets, trios, and Robert B. HogueOptometrist : worship i
rehearsal Wednesday, 7:30: p min ., Nethlng, Mrs. Jeanne GeMer and Midweek prayer service will beheld are announced as follows by "Jesus aided in reconciling soloists. .

the chapel. Mri Marjorie Bunker. in Hennessey Hall on Wednesday the Pastor, Bro. Herbert Walters ,", man to God by giving man 3'I :11

Members of the church Interested For those persons who wish to at 7:30: p.m. : ', truer sense of Love, the divine Announces the new :1' '.:

in Vacation Bible Schoolwork study the major doctrines of the The Philathea Class will Sunday School, 9:45 am ?' Principle of Jesus' teachings, services at 11 am and Wednesday :
are asked to participatein meet at the home of Mrs. Byrd this of Love location: ) of his office
Christian faith but cannot attend morning worship, 11:30. and truer sense testimony meetings at 3
the Training Session for the Sunday morning class, Cutright, 140 Anna Dr., Orange This chapel is located 4 miles redeems man from the law of p.m at 109 Baldwin Shopping inPIRTLE

Vacation Bible School to be heldat the 'ra tor's Class' will be held Heights[ on Thursday! at 10:30: south of Indian River City on the i p( matter, sin, and death by the Center Sunday School) for children PLAZA

the First Methodist Church again on Tuesday evening at a.m. A covered dish luncheon right side of U. S. 1. one.half i",p I law of Spirit, the law of divine up to the age of 20 convenes TltwivllU, FU.
Cocoa, Monday April 20th, from 7:30: o'chick) will follow. mile north of Orlando Utilities, i?" Love (p. 19)). at 11 a.m. in the Chamber of r

9:30 a,m will. to be 2:00: p,m. The for Thursday evening atT:30 o' On April 25th, Saturday, tho and is a mission of Central Baptist i x i First Church of Christ Scien Commerce building All are welcome Office 100-400: Hours: AM Phone TIW
nursery clock, all Congregational Committees District Lay Retreat will be held of Indian, River City. n/ tint Titusville hold Sunday : ,
small children of wish
will meet at the Church at Methodist Youth camp in
to attend
ing Transportationwill
Good< Shepherd Lutheran Leesburg. The Joy class will holda

be furnished Church is located at 2001 Garden progressive dinner on April 25. Standard you the first new
A special offering will be take Street, just one mile west

en Sunday during the worship of U S. Highway 1, in TitusvUle Catholic ServicesHours
hour the Alaska Visitors ore welcome.
I for Earthquake

Appeal to assist in rebuilding of worship at St. Ter. antiknock compound since Ethyl

churches, parsonage i and C&M Alliance "- esa's Catholic Church are announced
churchrelated schools in the as follows by Rev

disaster area The Sunday School of the rather John B O'Hare, pastor: 'iw rvr

Christian and Missionary Alliance
i The Men's Club landscaping Sunday Masses: 7.00, 8:30: ,
Church opens at 9:45: a.m.
and painting project will continue 10:00: and 11:30: am
with John Allen directing There

Saturday. are classes for all age groups Weekly Masses Monday

I including an up-to-date nursery through Friday, 8:00: am., Sat. b,
Church Of Christ Rev. Forward will teach the urday 9:00: am.Confessions .

i, Adult Bible class using the topic:
The Church of Christ meets "The Christian Faces Family Saturdays 4:00.5:00: :
at the corner of St. Johns and! Tensions I and 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Hopkins Avenue The scheduleof
"The Ministry of the New
services !fs as folows:
Covenant" will be the sermon I
Sunday: Bible study, 9:SO LET GOD
topic during tho 11:00: am wore
a.m., evening service, 7:30: p.m.; ship hour This Is the second i TAKE CHARGE
midweek Bible study is on
lecture of the series on: 'The' s
Wednesday at 7:00:
p.m. "
Ministry of Action. VYheuManReacheaTheEnds

The gospel meeting, with The Christian: Cadets and Sen- I !His StrengthGodHasJustBegun,
Marshall E. Patton of Orlando, ior Young people meet at 6:30 \
doing the speaking is in progress pm a. e I

I and will continue through Tues "The Flying Angels" will be r.Rsl9 .

day, April 21st The time of the sermon topic during the (CODIUCXESOUTFORYOU] : i
the services is 7:30: nightly. 7:30: p.m. service This will be
1! Good crowds have been realized of ..R.a .
first message a series on Ange- t
':43 A. M\ Sunday School
; each night thus far. Interest and Jology For the Adults, at i

enthusiasm have been in evidence 6:30 p.ro", there will be special 11:00: A.M. "Ministry of __
?I classes on Soul-Winning and effective the Covenant"

witnessing. 7:30: p.m. "The Flying
t Bible lasses for all age
7:30 Prayer Angels"Plenty '
Wednesday, : p.m.
groups will be provided as
and Bible study and I
meeting of parking
usual at the 9:50: hour Sunday

morning. Choir practice Modern Nursery r
t The! services of this church '......
are planned on a Biblical basisto CHRISTIAN .. ...._, := = :1"I
Jehorah's WitnessesThe ii ;
meet the spiritual need of the MISSIONARY ; t

program to be held at the seeker of truth and eternal life ALLIANCE CHURCH '' f-1 f :u 4i
with God. Everyone Is cordially ,
Kingdom Hall, 1422 110 SUN GOAD
| Ave., is announced by L. D. invited to attend the above mentioned I.e. ley rorw rd, Pa.for I .

Shawver, local presiding minis meetings i

ter, as follows J
Sunday, at 3:00: p.m., a Public

Bible lecture will be given by Com And Hear J
a representative of the Watch I
tower Society G. Hughes, TWO OUTSTANDING EVANGELISTSAmerican

whose subject is, "What Is ( lvan .llili. AitccUtion) ,4

God s View of Image Worship?" 1 "
Following the lecture, at 4:13:

pm, the weekly Bible lecture APRIL 22 26 Each Evening at 7.30 pjn. 4
will discuss the subject, "Youth, ,
Get Saved, from This Crooked SPECIAL MUSIC INSTRUCTIVE et".4'

Every Tuesday at 8:00: p.m., GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH

another Bible study is held on Meeting In Old Community Church Building, Old Dixie Hwy.
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Thursday, at 7:30: p.m., the ( It's an important gasoline discovery Methyl stepa up octane perform.

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i: a "r.i Dear bed: Move and give TO l'oUr(1 ALL! !: fCRHUNH yin (CHrDITOH RAVING >KM.MORTGAGE I.111'KKMcCAt'OHAN : COM of the County Public Florida.Reconii of Brevard -

t( '" .f your mother whatever ;you can CLAIMS OK DEMANDS!: AGAINST PANY, INC. a Florida iriiorallun: Thin notice shall b* publlabed

41.WIld oxen.' 11.Real :S 0: afford If you have a breakdown SAIL You,tSTATEl!:and each of you are her. .v,. Plaintiff.; one week each In the weak. for four consecutive
1. Brandx of 'Tibet Nta.te i : .1 i 4 how much help will you : notified and requlrrd to the toy ADELINE M DKATON: a widow, can. 8UrAdvoDONK -
C2.Uolu of 16. i alma and demand wblch I you, or and itlll not remarried, AND ORDERED
;1 Snare :to << be to your mother? either of you may. havr aialmit said. Defendant vIII.. Prevent at Tltut-
5. work County, riwl.la, thin
; relate In the office of tho
: Honorable 1'0: ADELINE M. DEATHS, a let day of
9. Around DOWN 111.CUp f' I t! Virgil B. Conklln County Judge of
/ : widow, and still not remarried (Court Scot
Dowel will be glad to llr.verd County', .
Forcing for $ Ann Landers Florida t hl of- IUJ Georgia Avenue CURTIS R. BARNEY:
tool LHiefawajr breath t he now! In the courthoum In Tltu.vllle. IIlIvor IIIprlnlU. Maryland CLERK CIRCUIT
'. SURVEYS help you with your problems.Send Florida, within COURT
t r six 6
< ) month from .
12.Roman L Large :0.An YOU. ADELINE: !! M. D1ATON!: BY: Pectin HallDeputy
s the Urn of the tint of
IrodtIc them to her in care of this publication era hereby notified that a COlllplalnt Clerk
noon klecaak age II .... ..;1 f 'f. INC. :J this notU for FI.r.elo.ur. or Mortgage h.. JO.PI.b| M. Fltngerald
enclosing a stamped,
I C Art of 21. Keg u newspaper been tiled .aln.t you and YOU are 2M Security Truil Building
IS.Rent SMttfclffOptajr & 22. sound, T H ) it aelf-addressed envelope. Each claim or demand must b* In required 10 serve a copy of your Ml ml 3J. Florida
14.Affix ua < .' writing and contain the place of ret* Answer or Pleadinga 10 the Complaint FKanklln 1-M73
Idence and office on the 1'lalntlf Apr 3. 10. 17 .24 Fri.
L lrsMusdufti b.wN pout address of the attorney ( ) IBM.
li Depart wStorle donkey oaeph M. Fltigerald, 2J8 '
; claimant and mutt be Security
17.Taat IIIIIC 4 RecretI 22. .A. + 3O Storm.IIym. ., f worn to by Truut JJulldlng, Miami 3.:, Florida. ENVELOPES Business _
T.Ko8lem wrtnkJo 11. :r.-. ADDING MACHINE\ ROLLS only the claimant, his agent or attorney, and file the original. An.wer or Sizes
'' or the lam shall be void. Pleading In the office of the Clerk Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp
18.Pronoun title 24. CradIe80nc obligated ; 25c each at the StarAdvocateOffice. /./ Kenneth W. Buchanan of the Circuit Court on or before the
19.Boat ng' !S.'Bn.ytog 25.Thcughtf4 S3. Strike: aL Kenneth. Buchanan Sin day of May, AD. lrt)4.! ) If you for mailing. Full stock at Star.
target knMtmmentj Koootary a4. $i pond Admlnl.Ir.lor fall to do 10 Judgment by default Advocate. I III
%0.Entire a.Oardaa fit 1lnlti R16.. :llttinctn : Mar 27. Apr. a. 10. 17 (Fri 51 1964 will b* taken against you' for the ,

amount Iadea 28.& .
WWaaikkk dwe0er aagolr S3.=

22.Vegetable 3 t+ 5"ID 7 Ij f0 ARE YOU A HUNDRED I I
a street 9 10 I INVITATION LIST* III

cartel FIGURED OUT ., ,
25.Dun II I 13 ij-17 FOR OUR i
outran It't II:> 1/ ""Result of our latest house-to-house survey, sir- r t

-- ST.Thin 2&Antlcred 6 ; 20 3% for, 7% against% no opinion and. 86%
: .
Animal against me bothering them ;
29.Disavow n : u

8a Inter- son was born with ears that They never get to bed before 1 1

.-. rational IU ;24 Z5 protruded badly. The doctor ad a.m. and I must be up at 6 a.m. 6

: 32.language Man's la; 121 vised us to have his ears set My aunt doesn't have to be at III,

nickname back the summer before he entered work until 9 a.m. so she's in 4 = .
83., Th shank [""IS
84. : I29 kindergarten. He explained fine shape after eight hours of.Ieep. _
that the operation was a _
tto"geo"' 1" 5 **
35.Peaifim relatively simple one. The child CX CHIP GO AND TALK IF you PROMISE NOT
past six months I have
hland a was in the hospital only one TO THEM UNTIL MOM TD SNITCHIILTELLYOUTHE

I :., ST.Ukeneai night, and he never once complained lost 10 pounds. I walk around I BELL RANd,HI/ AND I ARE HOW I BROKE MOM

:;; 311.Hard, black ?J 140 of I I SOMEONE MUST HAVE DRESSED AND PAD'S' CLOCK
... ;, wood pain. ARRIVED FOR A PARTY I i
4t tiZeocu The results wonderful.The >
r 4Vu.We.Aher- t : were !
boy looks so much better

M7 now and his personality reflects OKAY Uc. _

confidence and friendliness. We

: can't help feeling sorry for children ,. I

whose ears protrude because J, =N .

: Ann Landers we know how easily it ,

can be corrected. Please encourage -
I her. T.L.B. l

Dear T.L.B.: Yours was one -la o
( III11111. .
Three Charge Accounts
of dozens of letters I received

supporting this procedure. I do _

not have the right to recommend TONIGHT 1 \ / LETMEKNIOW
Dear Ann Landers: Ten years aspects ot marriage. When sexis surgery. I can only presentthe PIERRE,I'M JUST WANT \\ ABERNATHY IFYOufYANIT

:ago I married a woman with afive used as a payment for favors information. The parents Would you have to field KIND OF SIMPLE, 6ECONDS.

-year-old daughter. From and is withheld as punishment must decide. the bill for this foul bill I? TIRED OF UNPRETENTIOUS J JAAEAU V

'the start, this girl has been the it places the marriageat Not Form if Homeowners you have a Broad Pack- /M.LTHGFANCY 1 tr ))1

'source of problems between us. the prostitution level. Dear Ann Landers: How much age Policy with /Etna FOODS f

:I thought I could handle it. NowI'm Insist that she see a clergyman docs a daughter owe her mother Casualty It Include. coy. youVe

not so sure. with you or you will put ? I am a career girl, aged 29, crap many for glas other: breakageand Costly PEEN

About 18 months ago my wife more than a wall between you. and I live at home because my perils. See ui for complete > SERVING

T permitted her daughter ,to open mother needs the money. information X LATELY.

"up three charge accounts. The Dear Ann Landers: I read My father left 11 years ago KEEL I-. & .

girl is not mature, in spite of with Interest your recent column and I don't blame him. Mother UorlLSet af9C

: her mother's bragging to the dealing with the little boy whose has a violent temper and she INSURANCEAGENCY Z 4-17

-contrary, I became aware of the ears stuck out at right angles. opened his head with a milk bottle INC.

\ charge accounts when the girl The child was self-conscious once to often. UlCO ILIKETO WHICH ONE DO W THE ONE THAT HAPPENS TO PS \

began to loan her charge platesto about his ears and the children For the past year my moth 201 Magnolia Avenue VAN DAES&tERTHESE THINK60. VDU UKE PEST? 1 LYING THE PIZZA I'M I 1 1f

friends. Whether her friends at school ,made his life miserable !! er's sister has lived with us. I. R. C. 247-7121 MOCtRNtSTJCPAINTINGS 'w ON THE HAVING FOR LUNCH.Q / f

ever paid her for their pur by teasing him. The boy's This aunt works and pays my TABLE. / Ih

chases I don't know. I never mother was undecided about mother room and board. They 4151 CASUALTYalto OF>OURSCERTAINty 1 J I f 3
saw any of the money. eurgery. argue all the time and I'm a nero !Th9 ) MIRfTY COMPMIVHMTFOM. t ( I 3j i

After several months of such May I give that mother the vous wreck from the screaming, CONNECTICUT UN ALP] 3J

foolishness I closed the girl's I benefit of my experience? Our swearing and table-pounding.
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'promptly Into the guest retaliated room. by She moving has j J

been there for over a year.I TELEVISION GUIDE D 41E .I

I don't wish to live on one

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