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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 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents

84th Year No. 49 5c Per Copy Titusville, Florida, Wednesday April 22. 1964 21__Pages_ Today Published' -rS_b4 ;::days! Wednesdays. -and-- -Frldavi-- -
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I $1.1 Million Grant To Hospital-r- I


Independents Are a 1 .vwt HHFA Funds

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Are Approved

Lonesome VotersIndependent -

bLLP- Announcement from the office of U S Senator Spes-
s !1 sari Holland in Washington this morning confirmed a grantof
$1.1 1 million by the Housing( and Home Finance Agency

or "other party" River City 2,342, Capehart 2,116, toward construction of the major additions to Jess Parriih
voters are a lonely lot in Bre Cocoa 2.053 and another Cocoa .,,,r +Va M.M Memorial Hospital
ward County. precinct 2,020. In a telephone conversation with the Star-Advocate

According to Supervisor of The complete precinct by-precinct this: morning' >; Senator Holland's office said that the senior
registration Mrs. Edna Carlile list follows: senator from Florida had been working with the local hos-
there are only 1,219 voters registered No. Precinct Total ,4' ,_ pital board to obtain the funds and that he was' "very happy"to
as independents or as 1 LaGrange 14JO be able to make the announcement
numbers, of parties other than 2 Titusville 1,248 --- -- "We have been- aumirnl that

Democratic or Republican. 3 City Point 878 h,_ __ this grant: will enable the i hos;
This represents about two per 4 Rockledge 2.434 Abbot Avenue petal board to expand the facilities !
cent of the total voter strength of 5 Eau Gallie 1091 IN NEW BUILDING Carl Schmidt Motors, Titusville'sRambler pass on U S. 1 to thia: new structure on South Hop .1(::.- to a much greater extent
the county which totaled 53,7b6 6 Melbourne 669 Dealer, recently moved from north of the over- Avenue at the corner of Laurel Place S-A( Photo). than hud been. previously planned

at the end of the registration per- 7 Malabar 303 Owners To Get ," the spokesman in Washington
lor prior to the May 5 primaries 8 Grant 191 : saM.I
There are 39,655 registered 9 Lotus 209 The grant announced this

Democrats and 12,892 registered 10 Georgian 129 School Projects Ditch Relief molding makes a total of til

republicans 11 Merritt Island 1,304, I .', Ci :! million available for the project,
Included among the 5J,7b8 12 Merritt Island 1877 I Dining 4 special meeting yes- estimated cost of which la
voters are 43,439 freeholders, who 13 Port Canaveral 1,510, !ti'rdiy. City Count agifH' to about $\\.3 million.
are eligible to vote in bond elections 14 South Lake 298 Funds available
boat halt the! coot of installing ".8
15 Courtenay 241 pipe In the now famous "Abbot million from a local hospital dls-
Mrs. Carhle's figures show 16 Mims 1,192 I In Area "Moving"Only K Avinue Ditch" about which tricot! bond issue, voted last year.
there are only seven precinctswith 17 Palm Bay 842: prpl'rlyWnl'rS! \ clung this These bond have been signed
2,000 or more voters-the 18 !Micro 452 s street have boon complaining. and delivered with the money
largest being West Cocoa with 19 Audubon 1131 available.
City Manager Cleveland Tal
2,558. Following are Cocoa Beach 21 Cocoa 2,053 one school project a It is expected: to relieve the overcrowded Also is a grant of $12 million
2,466, Rockledge: 2,434, Indian 22 Cocoa Beach 24bO, I:2 2-classroom addition to Coquina double sessions now in .+e made! made redommcndatluni from it-dcral Hill Burton Act
23 I I. R. City 2342 that the tlty enter into this! project Funds, previously approved.
Elementary: School is in tho effect at the new school.
New SiteStill 24 Scottsmoor 22J b in with the developers of prop. Olds on the seven.story structure
Dump uilding stages North Brc Final plans for major addi-
23 Melbourne Beach 1,260 erty that area bearing the -one of the tallest hospitalsin
and this but several
v at time, .
tions at Andrew J Gibson
other half of the Installation cost!
26 So. Melbourne 601 Florida. and the largest inBrevard
01 titers are In vaiious stages of School are being checked by the
27 Indialantic 1173 Tulmudgv t; pointed out to council County-are due to be
MysteryWith p lanning. State Department of Education. that the county had agreed:
28 Melbourne 1,641,, opened May 4.
29 Melbourne 678 The Cuquina Elementary pro. Bids sac expected to be advertised to install the pipe without the The "core" facility Is
the sale of the former soon f for opening In June. Installation seven
30- Melbourne 1,143 tM of being charged
meet will be completed and stories In ,hclght and Includes
city-owned 10 acre dump site Preliminary plans for the new 'to the city's portion of the
31 Melbourne 329 fl cudy for the coming fall term. complete new hospital facilities
to Royal: Oak the City of Titus elementary school ort p*>rd.n1Bfentvvoixl oaf '4'Junty' loud and bridge fund
32 Canova Beach 1220 It Is to lie constructed In frontAf'thii'prvnent
ville has cleared up the problem 33 South Eau Gallie v 1,403 t' "* SI.et.; ...weef'1A_ .irdeiMallt..i,1: : a.j' 'Citlmuted'cost' of :Initnlltnj/, building/ Leadingup
'of 'no dump Site" by'approving 34 'West Cocoa USA, 'ltgRain; Morcury"Continues > ; are 'under wriy. This p the( pipo and covering the upon/ to the hospital from U. S. I
the acquisition of n ther. 'Titusville 1257 C HighNo cUsiroomr( school(, Is scheduled | 4 tk ditch would be $18.2JO will be landscaped grounds,
Titusville City Council in a 36 Titusville 1767 to be ready for bids by U.te '.. { Kity Also during yesterday's mitt- which are being donated by the
special meeting' last bight, recommended 37 Cocoa 2,020> rain fell here during last summer and ready for occupancy Ing council agreed to permit Parrlsh family This Is the property
City Manager: 38 No. Eau Gallie1,431 leek, and temperatures contined by the fall of 1963. AT NEW LOCATION Carl Schmidt Rambler, formerly Ronnie Moretto( to install a on which several small
Cleveland Talmadge purchasethe 39 West Eau Gallie 349 u high. Official report follows: Negotiations are nearly complete located on U S.1 north, is now open for business at their "package sewage ticutmcnt buildings owned by the Whldden
property for an undisclosed 40 Eau Gallie 1728 April, High Low. Rain on the purchase of t) 28- new location at the 1300 block of South Hopkins Avenue facility for an apartment proposed family/ are now located.
amount The purchase price and 41 Eau Gallie 1,027 13 87 56 0.00 acre site for a junior high 'School R. L. Schmidt, right, general manager, said the new build- on State Road 405 snit. Heritage The upper six floors of the core
the location of the property have 42 Eau Gallie 288 14 89 65 000: about a half mile west of Coq- ing is all modern and that they have both indoor and Drive in Whispering ditto facility will be patient rooms -
not been made public until the 43 Eau Gallie 4tf3 15 79 62 0,00 uina Elementary in the Indian outdoor showrooms. He also stated they have a complete This treatment would a capacity of 50 patients per
purchase is consumated because 44 Satellite Beach 1,031 16 84 54 000 River City area. Design for this service department with top notch mechanics and a sales be treatment floor or 300 In alb These added ,
a temporary plant
.as the city manager explained, 45 Capehart 2,118 17 85 65 000 school will get under way soon force consisting five men. Shown with Schmidt is J, and would meet board of health to the other rooms available will' 1
"the owners would be swampedwith 46 Indialantic 521 18 84 61 Old) with occupancy due for the It. Pearce, sales manager. A grand opening will\ be held <'cllicutions until such time as bring the hospital capacity up to
calls in the morning." 47 Port Malabar 544 19 87 54 0.00 100588 school term. in the near future. .(S-A Photo). the HP Is able to. furnish new- 4110 patients.
The said of the former dump 48 West Melbourne 600 city Kids on the construction will b.
site to Royal Oak ended 19 mon- 49 West Melbourne 950 I age failities t to, the property. sn tabulated that the top two
the'!, of negotiation between the Moretto has agreed to hear the. /limrs may be "roughed In" only I
city and the development com coil rif dismantling the sewage and available for future occupancy -
pany The final offer acceptedby Students Have Clean Up Cooperation plant at such time as the city is This Is being planned Ira
ready to install Its own bids
the city, was $10,000., lines. sewage: estimates.cast) the ire higher than

Federal Grant Set 2-Day HolidayPublic I

For Health Offices ( Recreation SelsI
City Program
school students in Bre
A fcdcr i grant totaling $150- vard have a two-day holiday Drawing Praise Hereof

000 was approved yesterday bv from their studies for the re-
the Department of Health, Edu mainder of this week. Pet Show Tomorrow At ,Park. mAt
cation and Welfare for a county
public health building in Rock Teachers convention are attending of the Florida the annual ,City clean up and beautification I enter Into the spirit of the the Negro efforts: repotted Mrs Hilda Co wait, chair a special event of this week ertor Jack-Miller, pets will ba

It dge Education Association In Miami, is beginning to( gain momentum "Paint and Polish" purl of Tuesday that: the residents havo man of paint up and fix up week at the Blanton Park playground judged In 20 different classifications /-

The county will provide $150- with one delegate from each 10 di.jripg the last half of "Pride Pride Month by buying plants begun to clean up around manyo tit PI Ide Month, sponsored by program, under the direction nf and ribbons will be a-
000 in matching funds for tht tit cost from a truck Ipad of the Titusville Recreation Department -
teachers of each school M onth," with the last two weeks their homes Greater Pride Inc. said she
flowers and shrubby at Blanton { She; reported one warded t to( firsthand .second) place
two story building to be usedto After being dismissed from a pet show will be sponsor
house operations of the County school this afternoon, students of this month being devoted to Park tomorrow project which sha hopes to have foils the clean up campaign Ingoing ed by the department, winners' In'tlie following categories'

I.'ealt'i Deparment, in the won't return until Monday morn- city wide clean-up campaign. This sale, sponsored throughthe ( completed will be the cleaningof to be a complete success The show will be held from :
Central; Brevard Area residents will be able tore 3:30: to 5 p,m. tomorrow after
area. ing. efforts of the Titusville Gar Sylvan Park recreation area "We cannot do all we want to Beet t trained, blackest, brownest

den Club and the Jaycee Wives and the construction of a gate do In one or two( weeks," she noon According to Recreation Dlr- largest, most spots, most

with cooperation of nurserys, way, made of brick with tho said, "but the experience we unusual/ oldest smallest, whitest
will be conducted between 9 have this year will enable us to and
Inscription, "Sylvan Park youngest
a.m. and 5 p.m. at the park and do a better and more complete NB RealtorsTo
will enable home owners to buy She reported that many unsightly job in the future, Ribbons will be awarded it)
plants at actual cost. first place winners in the following
lots will be cleaned by 'ThN is the first concerted
Clean-up, Fix.Up Week, which residents and one or two old effort for clean up on a communitywiJe Hear LinvilleGeorge classifications:

begins officially Sunday, will sharks will be torn down. basis in many Largest eyes, longest' ear: ,
actually kick off Saturday, as Titusvilla Jaycees have planned years, find it Is hoped that whatwe M Unville of Jacksonville longest hair, longest tall, shortest
high school students with the to work with high school do now, will Instill a little tars, shortest hair, longest t nose,
will be the guest speaker
Jaycees and other organization:: students to police the highways, more community pride amongour shortest nose. shortest tail and
acting as sponsors, will gather both north and south, and planto ( residents," she concluded. at t the North Brevard. Boardof smallest ryes.Chatter.
a y t f e. *t Tilusviile High School to be- have a street sweeping day on Realtors banquet meeting tomorrow
J r P4t gin work on various piojects Saturday, May 2. night at Whispering
r rr Sunday morning, ministers Spangler Off furls' Country Club. Night
Extra trash pickup will bepos.lble
urged to announce the campaign -
into Unvlll Is wjtli.'ly known as an
the will put
as city
: from their pulpits to furtn operation more trucks with For Conference authority on,,?.1"i estate law and Set By Club
<'t emphasize the week's activities extra days being added for prut'lice add as a forceful
This Is being conducted jffk
through the ministerial association pickup. Also the city has a Dick: Spantfier;: Titusvidte-Cocoa speaker He .is sec etsry and directorof Tituivilltt Highs newest stf.
Yrr with Rev. Thomas Ream working agreement with Jack Airport Authority Operation the Jacksonville Board of ('ent organization Interact
YHI chairman Biding of East Const Disposalto Manager: left f t Realtors member of the National Club which Is sponsored by the
r k letters have been mailed! to) operate city trucks within hi) yesterday to attend Association; Real Estate BounU: Titusville Rotary Club-will h'',iv,
I t approximately 40 property own franchised districts to pick up an airport of the Toaatmanters its charter night at Whispering
trash. president hula Country Club Th-irsday.
manager's conference
rrs according to David Cov- Club land for Duvul
In ; April 31), according to
San ; RnhryPresident
ton, city administrative assistant
Ulf> Florida Greeters NewcomersClub County Courts and lending Institutions
Dick Aimonet
and many more are to ) will htvj posters on display Francisco and a charter. memberof
I be. mailed. Cvvington said 1! First: According to Interact Club members
beginning today at t h the American Society of Ap- and
1 Spangler. emeeting
many lots had already been/ rational, and Citizens banks, and prai't-n.. their (others Ire b-ing invited t,
RECEIVES DAR AWARD Miss Brenda !istics including leadership, dependability, cleaned, either by the property first Federal Savings and Loan of business will nature he followed_ i The speaker: will be Introducedby attend the banquet' which will
Mason, third from left, is the winner of the and loyalty. The award is given annually owners or by the city, with the These "posters will be the winning a orientation : by Mayor Ed Kitties, president begin at 1:30: p,m.

DAR Good Citizenship Award. She was by the DAR to an outstanding senior glr property' owners' permission. efforts of Parkway Junior ing an futuristic aircraft program and concern-airport of the Nurth Bicvard group. Hosts will he the Rotary Club
presented the award at the regular monthly Shown above are, from left Mrs. The Negro business and residential the and
: S. -A High School students and requirements for this advanced All rrkltiirs" their wives Art Tolls Is faculty advisor for
meeting held-Tue latmn. The! meeting Is aiscx-latei( are Invited A social the dub and Win. Tromannouser
Mrs. H. T. Williams. Brenda was chosen and Mrs W. G. Chilton, who made the city-wide campaign and dollars for then winning post to "h* held today, Thursday and hour begins lit 0.30 with dinnerat Is chairman of the Rotary Club
because of several outstanding character- the presentation.-(S-A Photo). Mrs Bernice! Warren, chairman: era. Friday, T.JO. commlttM. a



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... I TltuivllU"' (Florida. ) Star. Adv..it. Wednesday. April M, W4 Mfms I Area Happening I
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Editorials .... .... Brownies Tour Telephone Office')' I IBy

Mrs Gladys' McLtndon took Brownie Troop No. 34 to the Mr and:! Mrs ClyJc !MnrkljiKJ;,
Tradition r.y AM 7-1743 Southern Bell Tel and Tel. Com from Philadelphia,: Pa. are vui: (
Tuesday afternoon, Mrs, Fran pany In Titusville for a tour of Ing this week! with her family;
I cis Beville and Mrs. David Myers the building. Mrs. William T. Mr. and Mrs II C McLendon,
old saying in the theatrical world is that the yy Stealy took the troop on the Mike and Janice, and grand.

"show must go on" regardless of adversities. The same Terrier Metiers tour and explained how the! local father, William Adkini. and
can be said for the local newspaper.A and long distance calls were put her brother and his family MI

good example of the free press tradition is the per. 1 through also bow repairs were and Mrs. Dill Trudvau and dill,
Win Close One enter, Suzanne and other relatives
formance of the two newspapers of Anchorage, Alaska, made. This was all very Interest and friends.

after the recent earthquake. A report by Managing ing and the girls enjoyed the trip -
Editor Robin, of the Anchorage Times describes the tr Titusville High School tennis very much. \'
team cams close to suffering After thanking all those who Mrs J. A. Taylor, cousin of)
chaos in the newspaper office: "A scramble for the stairs their first loss of the season Tues showed them around they returned Mrs John Taylor, hat been viking !.
began as light fixtures crashed, typewriters spilled! shelves day afternoon against Florid home here this past week

crashed down In the library and teletype machines Central. Mrs. Edgar Jobc and Mrs Jim
Titusville lost two of three
overturned. And across town, the Jolt hit the News Phillips took their new Brownie Titusville <( the doubles
singles and then split
flipping trucks in an adjoining parking lot and sendingthe to win by a slim margin of Troup along with them. ..:.....11.10.d MHOPubllih.d -

back pressroom wall crashing outward. I 4-3 their closest match cf) the Mo"d.v., A
n -.w .F W.Aae.dari 4; Prld.yny
. In thts"shambles! the presses of both papers were M year. P.non.lsMartin b Tltuiville HtarAdvocate .
BANK PERSONNEL The employeesof bookkeeper Julie Sellers, secretary; Nina The Terriers' number one man, _'M : Ino
| found to be intact. After a day of clearing rubble, em- c: At Th Star.Adv..at.o ,.
: the recently opened temporary office Hudson, proof operator; and Robert Reck, James Dieterle lost to Alexander Myering and Mr. Rich nullUltiff
The Times
: ergency power was generated. was'out Sun. of, the Brevard National Bank are shown note teller. The bank is now open and in 1-C; Wessinfer downed Lehmann ard arrived Sunday from rON'; SIS Tltu.vlll.Main .ttret( ,
day with full coverage of the local disaster including a above. They are from left: George Sullins, full operation for all types of banking 8-1.; warding lost to Bruhl! SO; Pittsburgh, Pa. to spend the week 82780

. pictorial account. The News was out as usual on Mon 'executive vice president; Susie King, pay needs.-(S-A Photo). Mathison beat Sorrell 0-7; and with Martina mother, Mrs. Evelyn Henry H. Hud.on. Prei.
day. ing and receiving teller; Juanita Chastain Poole beat Schwartzkoph 8.6 giving Ammon. and sister, Mrs M... Hiwl 8 Huilion, V.!'. .
Robert H. Huciinn agcy-rre.e.eerondClaU
There is no doubt that the performance of the twoi 'l'1.W".r'---" -- --'-" fir _.......11. ....., Titusville singles. A a 31 clean lead sweep followingthe by Patricia Coffy. pOII.llo pal at Thu.

newspapers had a calming effect on the populace, bet Florida Central in the doubles viii,. Florid
Mr. and Mrs Bert Ricard and
a; cause there is nothing equivalent to published informa. could have clinched the match. children Jim and Dma, from M.10\1 15K ItFlnrlda : ,
Dieterle and Wessinger beat ntlitnnl .::01"0.101.II'IIIUII..
' tion to give people assurance that things are under con- Belton, Texas are visiting this
Alexander and Bruhl 12 In the
trol and back to normal. week with his parents, Mr. and llonry II Hudson Puhll.herItolart
'f getting .
first doubles match and Poole H. II u Mrs B. I I. Ricard, his sinter and David Dunn, Advrrtlilnf Mir
Mathison lost to Lehman and
William Q. Lyerly Circulation
brother-In-law, Mr. and MrsGerald Mr
i. World's Fair Opens Burry 84.Past. Austin and children, Subscription Itatti, -

Chief's ClubThe Steve and Brenda. Mr. and( Mrs llv Carrier In;"";North DrtvurdI '
the J, C Ricard and children Debra I Yr. $780-0 Ma. f 1.Oil 3 Mo. 'Z,..
Past Chief's Club of
:r The billion-dollar New York World's Fair opened today PytMan Sisters was entertained and Jay, from St. Augustinecame ny Mall In FlorklaTr.
SUO aMo,18.60 3Mo$2.0'Ontsld. !
down on Sunday to visit the I
? Builder Robert Moses brought to flower the 646- by Mrs. D. N. Carlile and
J C. is also of the .
family a son FloridaTr
'.:. acre Fair site which he refers to as an "Olympics of Mrs. Layton Corbin Monday B. I. Ricards. f ft.BO a Mn. M.00, 3 Mo, 12 W(
with the natural sciences. evening at Castle Hall.
Progress", emphasis on iilW
ii: Strawberry! sundae, cake and
Also on schedule for opening day was a "Stall-in" by .
? coffee were served the guest
civil rights leaders. Warnings that a demonstration suchas upon arrival after which the CARPET r ..

planned, using 2,000 automobiles would tend to tie up SERVICE PINS AWARDED Service Thompson( 100 hours; Mrs. June Carter business session was presidedover
100 WOOL
* fire protection, ambulance and emergency service and pins designating the number of volunteer 100 hours; Mrs Lillian Browning, 200 by Mrs. Curtis Futch, President :.. _'.7
hours spent at the hospital were awarded hours Mrs. Janet Howe, 300 hours Mrs. .
- police efforts in a large section of the sprawling city went ; ; fit:
- unheeded by those whom the administration and civil during a recent Pink Ladies luncheon at Flossie Thompson 300 hours; Mrs. Lois The meeting opened with the $$4-95 ;
;. Hennessey Hall. Mrs. Martha Salter, Walding, 300 hours and Bam- singing of America, followed by YARD INSTALLED
rights advocates would support. president, presented pins to Mrs. Connie forth, 300 hours.-Carlson Photo devotional by Mrs Lee Tinnel.
: In light of this unlawful action we ask, "Are these Mrs. J. C. Rogers won the STEVENS RUGS & CARPETS, INC. .
law .
:: deserving of the efforts being made in their behalf?" TEirt.ft'fTast4r'iftTrlr"fTy, mystery package. Canasta was 525 PARK AVE. S. WINTER PARK, FLA.

;. We do not think these so-called leaders represent theM { rT 1 1I played with Mrs. Lacy Ramer, CALL COLLECT MI 4.7802
Mrs. Bert Freeman, Mrs Herbert
of their in such tactics 4 i
majority race employing yet N Thompson and Mrs. Futch
M: the results might prove far-reaching. I 1 winning table prizes. --

: President Johnson and Attorney General Kennedy I Others present were Mrs

- both issued warnings that drastic action such as plan- Cecil Nicholson, Mrs. StevE KELLER MUSIC COMPANY
Cottrell Mrs. Julia Giles Mrs
: ned would slow toward the .J
progress bettering Negro'slot
Sarah Pappy, Mrs. Ted Morgan
.- and further impair the chances for passage of the civil Mrs. Thomas Poppcll, Sr., Mrs PIANOSb &raHAMMONDIORGANS

I"s rights legislation. It will go a step further and reflect Knox Thompson, Mrs. J. E,

w on all civil rights supporters. Koon, Miss Mamie Love and NEW USED

* This "stall-in" -' like sit-ins! sleep-ins, etc., will Mist Mary Cottrell. TITUSVILLE CALL! MRS. MORLEY, AM 7-1381 After 7 P.M.

:t: only tend to broaden the gap and will worsen rather than served Candies during nuts the and games drinks wee INDIALANTIC CALL MRS. HAMACHER PA 3-6340 I

.: help the civil rights problems and issues. I

.'- The old time-proven axiom of the law of equity: "He 1 >f )f )f >f >f )f )f *
a.: who seeks equity must do equity", surely applies in .ii _

w matters of civil rights yet this has been flagrantly
: disregarded time and time and time again. It could be (; 1 r t, '
: that herein lies much of the blame for the plight at hand.
-- -- -- THINK !
NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK As part treated to book marks, a lollipop, and book .
Unwarranted Intervention of the activities of National Library Week reminder booklets. Also the librarians

. > different groups from the Bayview Ele- read stories to the children. Shown aboveIs :I -\( I
fc mentary school made visits to the local Mrs. Dolores Snyder as she reads to one .
* The Administration's proposal to require double pay- library. While there the groups were of the groups.-(S-A Photo). I

: ment for overtime work to create additional jobs may I ;

m have a superficial appeal, but the built-in dangers in : SUPPORT
" this proposal far outweigh any theoretical benefits. :

: It is pointed out by industry spokesman in the words
: of an AP report, that it would result in unwarranted N F'W S I 17 E"' More stratch'ut room !Inside! Longer whee'-'

: government intervention in the conduct of private base! More car for the money than ever!

H business." That is certainly true. But there is a much ELECT

: larger issue at stake than the effect this would have on : :

- industry. That issue is the broad public interest. N] EW S I Modern V-8 with amazInZ performance ,

Z We consumers' pay the post: of every element that A from the builders of famous Rocket V-8s!

1 enters into the overhead of a business raw'material, -' 1

y transportation, rents, taxes, and above all, labor. Indus-

; try has no magic means of producing revenue. The price NEW SAVINGS r More people than lver

* charged for its product or service must represent all the can own an-Olds 11e

. costs involved. That is true of.the biggest manufacturer because Oldsmobile prices start lower than ever! i i .

; and the smallest retailer. ,

5 Also, we, as consumers, bear the full and heavy

2 burden of inflation when it comes. Any measure that
) .
s would increase industry's wage costs Is a certain shot in 5l ( ". < I i
t I
3 the arm to more inflation, and to further, \ cheapening ..rq.iis i ,,,:, t I .I
* of the already degraded dollar. '
:1-. It will be argued that the new proposal would result rein i < .
R in less overtime and the hiring of additional people. : ::
:: But here the vital element of efficiency enters in L' i

: and it is most certainly the prerogative of any business to .
: decide for itself how its productive affairs can best be T y! I


The way to create more jobs is to encourage enter- !

prise to press ahead, not by endeavoring to dictate its 6 I

: mode of operation. wrrrra, tidy ;

GENUINE For Your Fr.str N HORMElNEBRASKA. d* Try ,.- ", R 4t GENE ROBERTS ; ,


WEEK ONLYI ::=:.:.; ..:: *
SIDES 'S3c lb. Sensational performance for everyday owner driving! County Commissioner i

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April 22, 1964 Tltutvllle (Florida) Star Advocate PaqeS' .

__ __ ____ I Young America BakesFrosfed County-Wide Rally For Democratic

Polka-Dot Cake Candidates Slated TomorrowThe

DI'mo'I'tl Wlm) n'* Club of g''ith Hrevard. In coUP -
<'f.oIj'ln, vin( r the Democratic
(Makes 19!iiuh rtke)
Colcmans: Take Over ["(1',11\! '.' immittee n sponsoring
I + '4 cup warm waerlot( -II 1 M* F.)
1 pakageoreekeFleohmanns Paul Justice Interests : a l'unty.wld > Democratic
i I t0 i ikrl< ''east. c.imdry or Candidates' Rally tomorrow,
1 y,
Itj a
r ? compressed Chariot and Foster Coleman of April J3, it the Eau Gallle

rt Yea a cup cup' sugar lukcw arm maintarwlatoei this city have taken over the interests AniciicMi: Ugion/ :Hall from 10

of Paul Justice, builder, it m to U niton
b. -I Iw 1/4'4 tup (>/ tilik) Fleiuhirann'iNUrgarint in the development of \\"e twod Each! candidate will he given
at cinnamon Manor, located on the Old Dixie &n rppnitunity to( speak for
t t pIr i/J teaspoon teaspoon salt highway: north of laGrange\ Mr three (J) ..nmu'wThi .

u I egg, well beaten Justice and his family have mov- public Is cordially invited
l/4 cups biscuit mix tvl l to Pikesville, Ky They wild to attend the rally and meet theL3J1djd..tc
I/1/ cup j jam,marmalade orprlS'n'cs
their home in Forest Ililli Estates and I'ear then views

:f a few months ago.
?sb I sMs- Measure .warm" al.r Into large The Colemans, operating under
t arm bowl. Sprinkle.! or crumblen LEGAL PADS nlg Supply, 3Sc
the name of Coleman Bros, will
Fleischmann's''east, stir until
2:11': each .it.t th Star.Advocate
litH>lved. Add sugar, lukewarm continue the development of the Office,
mashed potatoes, flciuhmaniTi: WestwoodIanor! properly
Margarine' cinnamon, salt and -,------ -
egg' ; blend "well. Add biscuit mixn

NEW FSA MEMBERS-At recent meet. llolodak Arlene Matrazzo Miner ., v, ; two portions, mixing. well after J ELECT. 1 I
a Judy a tails! addition. Press dough evenly ---5
Ing of the Titusville High School Future Patricia Mattis, and Betty Smircich; back flea a square, greased 9.,inch pan ,T. IS.5Pappy" fushn(9f
Secretaries Association the above girls row. Pat O'Neill, Bea Rhodes, Pat Per- f t Censer, let rise in warm place free
I f rom draft until doubled in bulk, Co. Commissioner Dist. 1
were initiated. They are from left, front singer. Lynda Poff Barbara Barnes Cathy .
With handle
bout of
i minutes
row: Martha Hudson, Voncile Burkett, Gibson, Karen Duncan and Carol Guth- baker Frosted can make.Polka Dot Jam CakeJ polka/ *dot a*sweet and ."druile treat, any icing"young arc wooden spoon? make depressions ; I DEMOCRAT

Teresa Bennett, Linda Leonard, Theresa ne.-(S-A Photo). fun for the artistically inclined, too I I Ito 2'inch intervals Fill tie- Experienced Qualified
versions with jam, marmalade or Dependable

THS Future Secretaries Gibson School BisCUIJIlin Mix Cuts, Time >reier\ei.Bake in hot oven. (400' F) Brevard County Needs A Full Tim

bout 20 minutes, or until done, r County Commiisionerl
polka don and snowy sugar to prepare for Sunday brunch Mil: slightly Drizzle with Ion- r ,
frosting triuticilly dribbled inskthis Frosted Polka Hot Cake i ii f ccc"1nfu'Sular king.CONFECTIONFRS'. W. Soi'PIS'PY" AUSTIN X I
Initiate New Members Programs Set .nl.rai5.d bread a jUmnr-' loaded with good ( a\or. an appealing IuI
out aff.rina'or brunch, lunch of contrail of un",..e.t I jam SUGAR (Pol Adv Pd h> Tamp Tress)
IU. Biscuit mix it the ..horH'u'accru and sugary i long. For the novice ICING
Tttusville! High School Future eliminating much of themessuring id a good, introduction to the Mix together II) cup confertoners' .
For Next Week
Secretaries Association Initiated and nixing of 'Promscretth" interest and nlcature of working: t sugar, 1 teaspoon hot
seventeen members at its recipes. In fact this i it, wish )east. To the cxperieniedcook tater and Vj teaspoon vanilla Hiormg .
new "Susie the Siren" a play by just the recipe (for a young baker iI'. great fun! .
monthly meeting on April 13th
Anne Martens, will be presented INDIAN RIVER )
in the High School Cafeteria
l Monday night April 27 at 8:00p
Miss Joan Arnold, FSA President -
m", at Andrew J. Gibson
conducted the business School in the cafetorlum. Juvenile Counselor '
which Mrs 'h HI)
meeting, following The Primary Department DRUGSINDIAN (j
Frieda Carter, Titusville National Operetta "Season of Happi

Secretaries Association president ness' will;! be staged on Wednesday -
and Mrs. FSA
Kathy Ray
night, April 29, at 8:00: In Applications Sought
Committee initiatedthe
Chairman the school .cafetorium.
17 new FSA members.

SUPER Guest speaker for the meet Two Firms Here Applications for Juvenile Court $7500 range plus travel expenses her of the School Q 1arll; George

ing was Mrs. Mary Bertsch, Per Get Charters Counselor are now being sought After dx months of employment King, Jr, member of the Board! PrelnventorySale

DEALS3WAY sonnel Staffing Specialist, Recruitment by the Brevard County Juvenile tenure exists according to rules of County Commissioners 011,1 I
: Branch, NASA who Secretary of Stale Tom Ad Court Merit Board it was announced established by the Merit Board, Ellis Icwli, Vice Chairman ol
presented a very interesting and ams' office !In Tallahassee last today Jointly by Rob The Merit Board has been requested District Twelve of the State Wcl

impressive speech on "Your week issued charters to 15 new ert L. Blubaugh, Chairman of to approve and submit fare Board.

WARRANTY Interview". corporations In Brevard County. the Board and Virgil B. Conkling, a list of three applicants with the
Following the speech, Mrs The two in North Brevard Judge of the Juvenile Court. selection and appointment of the
were: counselor to be by Judge Conk. Sullivan Gels AG-l
" Bertsch performed a mock Interview There are no minimum qualifications
Jchn Ramsey and Associates
ling Application blanks be
withIiss! Ellen Eisenhower for the position but may
Inc., Box 524, authorized stock secured
1963 FAIRLANE and applications should
iewed as the applicant inter. 100 shares of common of no par sons preference having will served be as given a counseloror to per be submitted to the Juvenile Degree At U of F FLASHBULBS REG.f. 79c

Auto, R & H, Nice value, filed April 10 dealing in counselor of Court Office, Courthouse Titus
Guests at the meeting were real and personal property Incorporators assistant a juvenile vllle
court in Florida Robert Lee Sullivan, son of Mr
Mrs Nancy Gunter, Mrs. Gayle persons
$$1895 DeRose, Mrs. Millie Hagan and !Max L. Sander are Meta A Ramsey Ramseyand having a bachelor'i' degree from The eleven.member Merit and Mrs. R, H Sullivan, received OFF REPELLANT

Miss Mac Haynes, all members Sue A. Sander all of Titus a college or university of recognized Board 1 II composed of Professor his Batchelor degree in Elect

of tho Tituiville National Secretaries villa, standing, or persons having Robert L. Blubaugh, Chairman, rical Engineering at the Unlveri. INSECT SPRAY ml' 69c
1963 T.BIRD Association The Brevard County Mental four years of experience In Mrs. W, DBruner., Mrs M W, Ity of Florida graduation exec
work with chiKk*>n. & Buchanan,'; : else Sunday. \
Health Center Inc., Mrs. GeorgeF M.Martln'Rendall
Loaded, Plus Fac. Air Achievement Day : Fey, president, 605 Indian Salary will be In the $6500 too Mrs. Allen T, Attending( the exercises were AFTIR GLOW AND CREAM LOTION
Moran and' Donald Watson, plus Mr and Mrs Sullivan, Mr. and I
Set For HD ClubsHome River Avenue purpose Is to pro
$$3895 mote an effective community four officials by virtue of office: Mrs. Andrew Cutter, Mr. and

Demonstraticn Achievement wide mental health program. T. Paul Haney, County Health Mrs. Marshall Hyatt and Miss BRONZTAN 13c

Day will be held at the Subscribers are Curtis R, Barnes Doctor; Percy Hcdgecock, mem Caroline Hyatt, $1.25
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1962 FORD XL First Methodist Church Cocoa, of Rockledge, Chaplain George -- -
on Wednesday April 29th, at 10 H Pause of Satellite Beach and . . . . ROLL ON DEODORANT

Fac. Air Clean ..m, The new County Officers Dr. W II H. Bennett of Titus- YOU'LL MAKE AN EXTRA SALE ..

$$2195 a will short be business elected and meeting.installed at ville.Printed Pattern sr .. WITH THE WHEN EXTRA YOUR CALLS PHONE YOU GET .. ICE BLUE SECRET *: 49c

The main portion of the morning by Copt Fred lawlon, Director
Marine Safety, Raytheon IS ALWAYS ANSWERED ,
program will be the Dress o I.

Revue by members. Those who Company & America's Cup MITCHUM LIQUID RIG. $3.00ANTIPERIRANJ
made their own outfits will be championship sailing master.1v .
divided into three Begin t K44'KJC/t'"e.- .
groups H..., 1.95
ners, Advanced and MY. --Mcr
Tailoring TitutvllU Are Cocoa & Cocoa Beach .
Some of the models will fashion _
r 636-7031! .
what they have been doing in hat
making too. 0S5 . . . . EXTRA DRY SKIN REC. $1.25JERGEN'S

1962 FALCONDeluxe Each club will have an exhibit Ab
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representing a program of the -- FORMULA 69c

Fac. Air R&H past year along with the craft d
articles they have made.A ,
No Money DownBEAT
covered dish,luncheon will be FACIAL MOISTURE
held at noon and hostesses for
the day will be Indian River City gj rgi cLECrs TN6
1962 MERC METEOR I and Scottsmoor. $ J ,C4rsINCRfA'k JER6EN'SCREAM59c;1

The afternoon program will be INIF.US/7Y. Gf/AKo,7'Ai rsvNS"a' THE HEAT SALE !
V-8 Auto., R & H on Selection Care and the Need
a'nw ryNN'YGJ.or7OA'
for Correct Foundation Garments, FRIENDSHIP GARDENSPRAY
PEANF..OCAOA.wJ.Ath ALL New 1994
$$1495 to be given by !Mrs. Betlick from
H. Lindsey followed by a -scseuEOlAGrEf
Fashion Show of Fashions and n/rr ptJ-R. COLOGNE ::2 f.00

1962 V-W 9 PASS. Accessories for the Mature Fig

ure by Mrs. Whittaker at CclULindsey. ,:. SAFETY MAKES A HAW SHIP
\ J

$$1495 Former Resident at AIR CONDlTiONERo $.0 I 69c.

Dies In N. C. FREE

James K Campbell a residentof

more Titusville recently for a six patient yean at but the GUIDEFor .S' rlIl1mtmnnfl Hii IiIJlT lml 11 fiffi mIfmlIltlrl:; 500 FREE

Y Veterans., died Hospital at the hospital in Salisbury.NC. :Monday .. 9026 Bride o II" IliliiiiJIII' 6 TV STAMPS !

Pine, While Grove here Lane.he lived at 203 10-20 And Groom 1"III"'IIIIIIIIU"IIIIIII III! Ill,::1111111111I111 II, with purchase ofChUdren'

1961 FORD GAX He was 68, a member of the Printed Pattern IOUI! This new booklet "How To IIIHW
:1t: .- Hmlllltlllllllllllllllllllllll! !: Chewable
First Presbyterian Church and flue SKei 10, U. 14, U.U. Be Sensible About Best Man i i ,
V-B-RkH active in veterans' organizations. SO. Yardage, in pattern.' and Ushirs' Gift. is idver- 111 1t I ll+i 1 Vitamin

Survivors are his wife, Mary; this FIFTY pattern CENTS- add in coins 16 tents for Used in BRIDE Magazine. III! I1I1I111.I! !>> tl .. I ZEST AilS 100's $3.48
$$1595 one daughter and one son, in for each patttrn for lit-cliu Its many helpful I
Winston Salem, N.C. mailing/ and special handling. hints oa Waddlnf r RULER "58" _
services hell Send to 170 Newspaper Pattern I
Funeral were at Etiquette will
Dept, 232: West 11th St., TAKE IT HOME.
1960 CHEV SWA6Fac. 11 '.m. today at Vogler Funeral Mew York 11, N. Y Send 60C assure you of .. 5800 BTU I
Home in Winston Salem. Interment for our SDrin r.Summer Pat selecting the
I is Cemetery at coupon Perfect Gift for -
Auto flood for One Frae
Salisbury this afternoon j your Best Man ) ; ., ;

v $$1295 ft Ushers. meguin.' sa NO SPECIAL $200TOOLS DEIMONICO STEAK DINNER

ti sun In Brldt'f NEEDED!

VALUES!. JAY BEEJEWELERS ""T.I,I C.mf.rt"Air C.*4IUc ." ,,. WEEKLY iIn Tossed Salad French Fries.
'McCotterFord *.l>,flit...,*.liumllfl.tl .. $1 65
Esq)T-l Tl4liil. riti0McHHllV t.wntpr.e' .' ,,veMs Rolls and Butter Coffee or Tea .

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AM 72657 "The Store With" I Wednesday thru Saturday | P.M. to 8 P.M. OD11Wednesday
"Central Florida'Tradinfest :MIM5..LARGESTS' &. ioc A Conscience. & SERVICE -

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Peg, 4 TltvivllU (Florida) Star-Advocato Wednesday, April 22, 1964'\ others. Lynne will do a billet
dance as an imaginary Laum.

Don't forget the big dessut

s ira ij card party tonight in the community !
room at Citizens BJHKtponsorc'rt
by the Indian
% car/Jon River
i IfA News And Notes Phone 267-3994 with City Woman's Club. Mayor Ed

i of NortA Bnroard / i ; Kitties will be on hand to sclou t

Four talented young member t the slate demonstialiens and A complete m" for the TH3 winners for more than 15 cj<"<,r

of local 4-It[ clubs competed Linda Day of Cocoa Beach U Drama Club next production prizes and a special prize 3

against girls from Brevaid and second alternate: The girls were "Oklahoma", was announcedthis three,pelce matched set of lux.
six other counties In the district accompanied on their trip by week by director and sponsor gage.( Proceeds from this event

", 4-II demonstrations at Ocala's Mrs Glenda Newsome, assistant of the group AI Elmore. The will benefit the club'sar.
DAR Chapter Hears Report r n Camp McQuarrie last weekend Brevard County Home show Is scheduled for May 13 ious channel and building fund
Attending were Kathleen Demonstration Agent who was and 18 in the THS auditorium.

I Mentenhfill, 15, daughterof quite proud of the showing made Laurey will be played by Mis. James H[ VVlutakcr aid,

From Good Citizen Selectee Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Menden- by all the Drevard H'ers.. Vivian Robertson, Curley by Mis LPC Roy Scott have rctuin-!

hall of 2803 Old Dixie Ilwy; Jim Boyles, Ado Annie by Dilia cd from' Washington, D. C.
Indian River Chapter, Daugh that a Flag had been presented Jan Price, 14, daughter of Mr. The Missile Misses held their Rodriguez Will Parker by Mike where they attended the Seventy
ters of The American Revolution to Gals Scouts 474 West Side and Mrs. J M. Price Jr of regular monthly meeting last Knowles, Aunt Eller by Karen

met Tuesday afternoun, at Baptist Chapter whose leader ;'i kit Mims; Theresa Dtason 14, night Hawaiian Style at Phillips, All Hakim by George Second Associate Council
the home of Mrs. U. T. Williams, Is Mrs. Art Mew born. daughter of Mr and Mrs W. P. the home Morford Jud Fry by Bud Sue- National Society United States
of Mn Grimmon
on Whispering Hills Road, with Mrs. Kitties llegent' : Introduced Dtaton, 641 Highland; and La Betty more, Andrew Carnes by Gerald Daughters of 1812. Mrs. Wit,
Mrs R. T. Taylor, Mrs. D W Miss Mason a Titusvill' kr ,, Vlna }annum, 17, daufcthcr of LaGrange Ave. The gals, Moore, Card Elam by Bill akrr was elected Chaplain Nat

Sisson, and Mrs. L C. Taylor, High School StiKlint who hal Mr. and Mrs. Uoiidld( C Han- looking lovely' in their brightly Fresh Slim by Bob Gas: and ional of the Society.

as co,hoste ,:a. bren selected to receive the V num. IU08 LaGrange Lane. colored mums, sarongs and glass Ike Skidmjre: by Ed Funton They olio attended the Forts

The business"sess.on: was conducted DAR Annual Good Citizen lh (Girls left Titimille High: skirts, were fretted by Betty Supporting roles will be plated Third General Assembly !N.lonal ..'

by Mrs. S A. Kittles, Award This Award Will pie School about 3:30 p.m. Friday and her co,hostess, Anna Mile by Debbie Ponds Ed Fan ( Society Daughters Of I in.

III, Regent Miss Brenda Mason, scntril t>i' Mis W. U Chilton, 1 tr and arrived at camp in tune to McClelland, with the traditional ton Lynne: Lanirr and man American Colonist

end her mother, Mrs Vincent a 1'" Pattch, were welcomed as Chui'Ui' Miss Mason told of her iiuaintr-d with the other girls This Advertisement
guests at well as Mrs. Floyd M. activities lit the High School,, and enjoy the recreational facilities The guests enjoyed refresh-
iiunU cf candle salad I
Lee Ilidt blif was taking an academic available Highlight of the ,
Mrs. R T. Tailor, read Course Hut (OIll>IS.s of world evening was the traditional hors d'ueuvics Hawaiian
cookies, fresh fruit and beach-
Senator George Smalhers' h.Mniy, English, bpeech. torn lighting of the camp file
t k boy punch' served in coconut
Washington; Newilelttr covering minion aril I phyhiia She be Early Saturday morning the
cups: Later in the evenings
The Cuban Situation, Encouraging louts, to several school clubs! girls begin: preparing for their /
lovely hula girls from the Earn- I
Signs in Latin America, Aiuhor Club Vice.President, individual demonstrations Kathleen f
Cal; Schncl of Dance entertained'
School Prayer Amendment and Latin Club\ ; Natiuniil l Honor I entered the breads division, the Misses" The dancers wens
Civil; Rights legislation, which Society future Teachers ol
: ; LaV.na; the clothing division anj Pat
McClure Marianne Gowan,
was most InCol maUve. America, and Science Club. She Jan and Theresa worked as a I'.tti, Drown end Paula Bam- iTO1AELECT
The Flag Committee reported told jf being! one of eight stu teum in the foods and nutrition" forth
Attending the luau were
dents to go to the elementary division
Mrs Valerie Cook, Mrs Nel
school and leach about the heal
Florida Greeters An assembly was railed following Watson, Mrs Judy Burkett,
during National Heart Society
/ the clunonstiatiuns to announce Mis Jean Mothrmger Mrs.
Luau Hailed As .
Work. Shu is planning on attending
district winneis and the Lee McCormick, Mrs. Audrey
;.. Festive AffairThe ( West Virginia University girls risible to compete In the Webster, Mrs. Mary Hanks and ELECTION TIME0IZiCf
and teacher.A .
Florida Greeters Newcomers becoming a PINK LADY AWARDS Several awards were made state demonstrations on May 1 Mrs I/irone O'Dunncll

Club gave a luau Saturday request program on con-,cr- during the recent Pink Ladies Spring Luncheon at Hen and 2 in Gainesville Not only the

"? night at the Whispering vation, was given by Mild nc&bey Hall. Mrs. Ella Shimer, left, presented a 500 hour were the top four girls from A workshop ail officers of
Hi'ls' Country Club. Thirty Dorothy Drown, who U Conservation pin to Mrs Janet Howe and Mrs. Martha Salter, right, Bievard, (two of these from Tl- local organizations have been ftCol

couples, members and guests Committee Chairman.She Pink Lady President, presented a special certificate to tusville) but the highest,,; score in w.iltmq. for will be held this ( onlinea
attended spoke of the harm bring Mrs. L B. Newman for her outstanding volunteer work each category was made by a Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
done, both in the world at large sewing articles for the hospital. Mrs. Grace Unwin accepted Orrvard girl.LnVina .
I Dinner was served Hawaiian bt tin Tltusville High School. -STEAKS & SEAFOOD-
style tables on floor with and the United States in particular : the gift for Mrs. Newman-(Carlson Photo). will go to state along Sponsored| by the Titusville
rather than
-'banana leaves and huge bowl natural conservingthe with Joyce McGuire of Merritt Branch of American Associationof IN THE FINEST ATMOSPHEREFOR
i resources, including
Jbl lnll. These girls were the University Women, Mrs. Herb-
of Polynesian fruit for centerpieces. forest fires, water, soil, fish, YOUR DINING PLEASURE
two top scorers, Joyce with 100 rita Leonardy will conduct the
The food was Hawaiian: Dessert Card Tonight
wild life, minerals and the preservation Party
and delicious.The point and LaVina with 99M! workshop on parliamentary law - - -

ballroom was decorated land. of Parks and other points, and were both entered In Discussions in the program will Cocktail Lounge open 9:30: A.M to 2 A.M.

beautifully with palms and palm Tonight i Is the Night! The unction a success. the clothing. division. be geared to benefit participating Closed Sundays

branches creating a very "na Refreshments were solved tables are ready, the cards and His Honor The Mayor will Kathleen was district winner members of organizations as
tive" atmosphere. from a prettily appointed tea pick the lucky recipient for the in her division (breads) and well as the officers All ladies 35 PALM AVE. TITUSVILLE 267-30S7
the and
tallies await
table, centered with a Spring arrangement plan many prizes. had the third highest,,; score nnd gentlemen of the communityhave THIS IS NOT A PAID POLITICAL AD.
After Paula Damforth,
dinner : consisting of coffee bcoron, the coffee Is hot and the
98Vi She is (first alternate for been Invited to attend.
firm the "Ernest School of cake and nuts by the hostesses.At desstrt's arranged for set. The fun starts at 8.00 p m. andIt
your ----- -- --- -- - ------ ------- -
Dance", presented two Hawaiian the next meeting all officers cction, and the Indian River isn't too late for you to enjoyit
dances, A group of members of and committee Chairman will with! us. Tickets will be avail
t the club also performed a hula (give their annual reports. City Woman's Club heave a big able at the door. The fun and

dance. They were: Jinny Keefer, sigh as another project Is just goodies wlli continue right on FIRST TRY FREDRICKSYOUR
Serra, 'ttos Mfcct about computed.
Beverly :mary Becker Attend W.M.U. through;: until 11:30 p.m.
Peggy Koonts, Carol Clayton, '
In St Petersburg Many hours have been spentin
Marilee Cory and Clare Crow.
gathering the more than 19 FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE
Mrs. Gary Perrine won,a prizefor The annual meeting of the door prizes, getting donations For Banquets and Parties
the most authentic costume, Womans' Union of
Missionary for the 'special prize', a matched
her husband, Gary, for the funniest the Southern Baptist Convention three piece set of American WHISPERING HILLS TERRIFIC SAVINGS IN EACH DEPARTMENT !
and Mrs Richard Serra for was held last week In St. Tcmrislcr Luggage
; arranging COUNTRY CLUBAM
the prettiest. Prizes were wooden Petersburg at the Fifth Avenue many more of the numerous do-
bowls of fresh fruit. The Baptist Church. 7-6221
tails necessary to make such a -- --
judges were Dr David Kovacs, Among the sixteen hundred
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R. Zanetta, E. Decker and W women attending were Mrs I I WE HAVE THE LATEST STYLES IN MEN'S SPECIAL SALE !

Hasselbring. Howard Jones, Association
Games were enjoyed by the W.M.U. President of Brevard SHIRT JACKETS LADIES REG 1.99 to 4.99

group and then dancing rounded' County; Mrs. Ronald Green. GIRDLES I L E S 99c to $$2.99
out the festive ,
evening halgh. W.MU. President of . .
$$1.99 $2.91For $
Central Baptist Church, Indian FROM TO
Xi Delta Mu Marks River City; Mrs. Evelyn Carter, LADIES

Chapter Birthday WMU. President of Harbor HOLLYWOOD Graduation Reg. 2.99 A
City Baptist Church and Mrs, f BRA 1 for $$1.00
With Dinner Party Evelyn Hill of Melbourne. They BLACK CUMBERBUNS.MJ . . .

enjoyed a inspiring meet I
very :- _
The -- -
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ing with tha theme being "For
Beta Sigma Phi met recently at Wif
Liberty and Light"Special
Ramon's in Cocoa Beach for the
Chapter's birthday party. Missionary Speakers
The members had dinner and were: Dr Carl Whiney, Nigeria; MEN'S WHITE fr j..1 j LADIES WHITEDRESSES
a then held their regular meeting Miss Vdlda Long Nigeria;
discussing plans for the upcoming Mrs. Charles Lawhorn The ;L
Founder's Day Banquet to Philippines; Mrs. William Watson SPORTCOATS

be held at Roc-klei'ge Country Western Nyesaland, and c '
Club on April 30. Plans were also! Mrs. John McTyre, Chile. I ( For Mother Day
discussed for the chapter's act.Ivltles The next annual meeting of '

for the coming/ year. the WMU will be I I'eklln Jacksonville \y:; \ \ Reg 8.93 Value
The girls received revealing In April 1905. r I '
gifts from their secret sisters for ..; -
the past year. I II II p l\IJ: Special $$6.94
Those attending the dinner created in the II I Sale $$9.91 \ : ;

were: Mary Ellen Dugijan, Jane TROPICSCana I ,
Lanark, Oneta I.eutwjlcr Rec-
Die Massa, Shirley White Ethel -- --
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Krone, Peggy: Lehtio, and Louise -

Rennie Masso presented a MEN S BLACK DACRON COTTON PANTIES 59c ea. or 3 for 1.00
very interesting program: on the
topic. "Stimulants to Thought"The SLACKS L $$4.99
next meeting will be heldat . . . LADIES

the home of !Mrs. Manna with r Compare At 6.99MEN'S

program.Mrs. Jane Lanaris presenting the PERFECT COMFORT I!i SHORT SLEEVE Aast. Colors Reg. 2.99 HALF SLIPS" 59c ea. 2 for-1.00

Factory Paint Outlet IN A PADDED BRA SPORT SHIRTS I . $$2.39 REcr.-2.99 PILLOW FANCY-CASE SETS SALE tell

Baldwin SH ..-'-- renter Hollywood Vassar tt makes -- -

Phones. 267-3255 you the size you want to be-with I

desirable heavenly eomfortl! Light foam ,

PAINT UP and everywhere padded WhIrlpool' cups shape -

: Jean Graham tropic.>h*.rcoimttlci you to a full A or B size. And the REG. 1.00 BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT 100% COTTON PILE FOAM BACK 5x6
were created for trio smooth Stay There back brings I

FIX UP I about feminine the woman efforts who of climate carol you new bra freedom Stay ThereIs PLASTIC DRAPES BATHROOM RUGS

the open, knit made for

CLEAN UP! ion.and Thtie weothor coimotict on hr n.v.r"go complex active figures. It hugs your back Sale. 59c eau or 2 for $$1.00 Reg.Matching 6.99 Value Lid Cover Sale $$4144

I dry", coko or fad throughout as you move, but can't cut or .
: : :
Large Selection Of the day. What ever the. weather tindl) Bra 1623 In fine cotton ,_ -- -
Wall Paper & Murlala hot, dry,cold, or wet they broadcloth, AB3236, 395. =-=-
bat protect delicot.kln.You'IIlove
the tender-touch of cotmetlci -
This' Coupon Good For : VU all wood oU:rcM ShOIJ

100 Extra TV /

StampsWith Purchas el INDIAN 0 RIVER ". the most/ for your style dollar afire ysi" FREDRICK'S 211 S. HOPKINS AVENUE

$1.00 .r Morel REXALL DRUGS 3JJ South Washington Ave. -347-34U Downtown Tltutvllle
Indian River Plata




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April 22, 1M4 -- Tltuerllle i (Pbrl Surprise Birthday Dinner Honors PastorA 1

surprise birthday dinner for cardidatis wire baplisid

Rev u Urn. MtClun[ : was given The members presented Rev. STORE HOURS 10 AM TO 9 PMPOUNDER'S .

at the home of J. It Cotvin, !McClure with a !Rift oC( a mil of
1Vith Netaa And Notes I!-'O Highland; Road, LR.C by clothes and Rev McClure stated
'the members of Calvary Hap
i OJ North Brevard i i Church (hit he behaved this bilth
day \\a> tin happiest\ he had
\ CaptlMnal Scivui' was heldprrccedmg
the dinner and nin' curt had
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Sylvia Aldrich Titusville Shopping Center 10 A.M. to !9) P.M.

Gibson-Hobbs Circle MeetsThe -r
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Sylvia Aldrich Circle of
Engagement First Methodist Church met at ;
the home of Mrs Helen Gen- indsc
doll. 20 S, Williams St, for a I 9 DAYS
Announced covered dish luncheon. FEATURE!

< Mrs Dyed Outright had I ,... -.,
Mr and Mrs Robert M. Gibson 4 charge of the program and slioed \* r'.0'
of 1508 Garden St. an t : a move of Beautiful Florida -
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pounce the engagement of their Members present were Mr p1alQ Ml qtIINEI; / '' 'y'si+,pr IM
daughter( Judith Elaine to Dale ,
Flake, Mrs. Milly Sun
Judv |
Eugene Hobbs of 1G51 Terrace
mr: Mrs Joy ililcomb, Mr'$" '
St, Cocoa, son of Mr. and I Mrs s ceI /%
KHZ Uiason, Mrs. Geitrudi"M'ornaw .
Arthur llubba of
: Maryville
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Mis. Martha MoigaiJ
Tenn df Mrs Mary Hjtfuld, Mr, t,.rf' -
A July wedding Is planned I --. ,JO
Gorman, Mrs Lura Toe an/1/
Mrs. Mar ljreL Kilburn. f
Mrs Dotty Vogt i < ,1'r t i :
Philathea Class .
Returns FromHawaiian ,: i
Trip To Meet Thursday _
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Mrs Dyed :,,trl ,ht and ,, ,
Mrs olty> Vogt is back home
after an enjoyable trip to the Jdith: Logsdan have Mist! j
island of Oahu Hawaii (Capital members of the Ph lathia
Island!), with a party including of the First Methodist ta I "BEHOLD MY BROTHER"
her brother and slbtcr.in.law Mr luncheon at noon Thursday at,
1. fan1 Mrs Wm. A Shulti of the Cutiitfht home, 14U Anna': ll\
; Washington, I). C, and sister, 6 Drive. There will be a !short
Von Haeemann iiedricksburg class business melting prior to ARTHUR J. ARNOLD
Vu the luncheon
; This Lrral Author's NoV( 1 K A
The party stayed with rila ENGRAVED'
r' lives of the sister.in.law whileon a aw Wedding Invitations Must For All Good Book Readers! "'wIs
the Island/ She reports thtpioplc r
there os very friendly. Free gift for just looKing at wed nvnlLnllr AT ? .,,,' wLr
dins sample book Also announcemcnts __ ,
I considerate and hospitable Judith Elaine Gibson napkins, thank-you Belk-Lmdsey Book Department 51

They visited many places of in DDifs, ...!Informal.__etc: :,__267.S77S. D .
crest on the i island! including
earl Harbor Morman Tem Garden Club Plant Sale TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER bTOUL ItOUIlS 10 A Rf. to 9 PM ,
pin, the Glass Church, Punch
Dew I and fie! Ball on top of then s""'
>wl temp which most! all of Project Of 'Plant Up Week'Thursday now, fine tableware
the 1 island is vIsible. Diamond D
Head is an attractive sight at u morning April 23, including( citrus are from ccrtifird 9'\3NtlBn'S\ mid! not be fragile! '

distance and a neck, breaker at at 9 am the Titusville Garden nursery stock t CENTURA' ,Ubltwir by I
the bottom, she btatcd Club will hold a sale of manv All seven Garden Club Cir Corning Is the fleet tint, ceramic
varieties! of plants and trees at rim arc paitiripalmg along with table service without breakage
The flew to the Island of .
party Dlanton Park. the Jay Cte u ives f worry
Hawaii (Volcano Island), for a W'S
I These brilliant' white, gem
!JJa/ew days: In Kona where they This sale Is a part of Plant.Up The public is cordially( invited smooth dishes hive atrenflth ---
were taken around by another Week In cooperation with Pride and encouraged to come and 11:1: never baton poitible In teramlcUbltwara
relative to places of interest in. and! all plants will be sold on a take part in the effort to beautify Corning guarantees
t-- eluding the City of Refuge strictly wholesale level but not our City Let t make it a CENTURA pleas lor thneysarsegsinetbreekingchlppingcnck
A few hours of swimming was In competition with local nurser 100 percent participation. Get -- )
i enjoyed on their return to Oahu ics Flowering trees and shrubsare there .early! Pint come, First! Ingorcnrlnp.Replecementlne. t
at Sand Susie Beach, a few btintf, featured and all plants Seived t I SALE STARTS THURSDAY, 10 A. M. Elegant enough for special'
hundred yards from famed occasions. 10 durable you'II use
Waikiki BELTON IN HOSPITAL your tablawara every day The
Lynn Faulk Pledges CENTURA collection Includes
before leaving, a luau wupn'palPd Howard Belton, local Pont lac- Kappa Delta lll( SCI froze/cook/servlng/ / dishes
for the part Mrs. Oldsmobile dealer, is in New I Chooie from three" design
Vogt said this was fantastic and England Deaconess Hospital Boston Miss Lynn Faulk, daughter of J groups Package of }four dinner
must be seen to be appreciated( Mass where he submittcl Mr. and Mrs. Gus Faulk, Titus founders days specials I plates $7.(S In white Service (for c11'TUINlour
Un Their leturn tilp they stop to surgery a few days ago. He ville, has pledged Kappa Delta from $2).75. ny COrrroNo
pad in Tenancc, Calif, where was a patient there last June national social sorority at {; I
ether relatives had them on the where he submitted to open Queens College, Charlotte, N C. i
curve from Capistrano to The heart nurgery fe: expects to announces the Panhellenlc Council TRE-JUR BUBBLE BATHOr
Knotts Derry Farm and! from 3Revers j return here In a couple of weeks at the collegeSlim. U/l
Keg 1.00 Enough for 150 Baths
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I'ark I ---I, r i I' FREE TO SOME LUCKY

I They vUited; Disneyland the : ONCE-A-YEAIt OFf'EK''!
t day before leaving California N1JBRS LANVIN TRAVEL COLOGNE
t and while sitting in the "Rocket .
to the Moo'i saw Dr and MrCarnllc >. D4'..a ) 2.50 2.00 PERSON-A COMPLETESET
; also from Titusville. y ARPEGE MY SIN

Back In Washington, D. C, It >
diy' was spent admiring the !, OF "CENTURA"Win
I Cherry blossoms, another going I r 1
to visit a sister in Alexandria, r TRE-JUR BODY POWDER ,
Virginia and a niece in Goldvein,
Va Rc ;. 1.00 Special Occasion 69c
I With Wool Puff a complete table setting of "Cen

Twirl-A-Ways Elect
Couple-Officers Lindscll v tura" by Corning. Nothing to buy! No


j, _Dance The Club Twirl-A held.Ways election Square of Store Hoursl0arnto0pm n )' x? "Just Wonderful"* 14-oz Si/e 7Qr Jingles to write! All you have to do is

I year couple-officers last Friday for evening the coming z--_ lt 1.r : jl J register at Belk-Lindsey in the Titusville

Titusville -4'
Results of the election were: l '
Al and' Diane Lender president; Shopping Center R ONCE YEAR OFFER! Shopping Center and you may win a complete

I Ruben and Vivian Hanson, vice .-.I
president: John and Ruby Draptr Caron Cologne Parfum of "Centura" Tableware
secretary; Joe and Doris Stock up and save with i set by
) Campbell, treasurer, Cat and
| Shirley I'owirs and John amt this Anti-Perspirant Dividend NUIT de NOEL irDLLLODGIA Corning Four complete place settings.

Donna. Day, member of the from 2. j
i Dorothy
I Duard of Directors: Immediate Gray }
,, past.president, Riley and Dee '1 Just fill out an entry blank you'll find in

MtCaifcrtj, will also serve on ,
the Boird of I IJlrl'ctcrs. NOW 50% \'IORFORYOURNIONEY t FREE 2-oz. BOTTLE BONNIE the Fine Jewelry Department at elks and_

I Seven quires filled the IIICCorrmuru'y .
Center Cur the evenIng you may bo setting your table with Beau- :
's fun Refreshments wereIn 8 BOTTLE .
charge!: of Jean Smith and Anri.fr npirant Cream-epecitl oz. sire $100 3 3a00
Alice Johnson BOTH FOR[ tiful Centura Dishes. Elegant enough ford:
Anti-Pf rtpirint .Atomist-tpecial oz size $250

Next Friday evening, Apiil21th j special occasions. so durable you'lf use :
will bt a big night! fur the
I membtrs who Just computed ]Remove .
unwanted !hair
U the MEN'S AND \VOMENS "Centura"
the square Jancing course at every day ;
will bf Graduation Night. &p'rlil ;'/ .
beautifully with .
ascots and refreshments are easy way HAIR BRUSHESfI ..
I being planned by tie new of .
filers and member of Vie club BETTER OFF DEPILATORY Up To 4.00 Sellers 1.98 1
for this class. by Nylon and Natural Bristle I Register Now at Bclk-Lindscy's Jewclr)
Dorothy Gray I t I

I ,." ..... -::-'..- US, 'Better 011'DepU.tor, Cream, $2<>0THtw .,' DepartmentNothing To Buy No obli?

ti w r : 1 or'or! the race,with Finwhing Cream, I gofionYou don't have to be present tc:(

I '. ;; rnd; k kklt l, ;R $ISO *. $250 '-' -w. win Drawing Saturday, May 2nd. i

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TlhmllU (PI.rhl.It.) A4ve.. .aN Wednesday, April M, ,19(4 Church To Consider
-' -- -. .- . ,.. New Building Site
. ; ; : TT
Members of the First PreibyIt r
\\i>,: a a+atel a To Minor nan! Church hero will attend

a specie! ) meeting at T p.m. next

Sunday to hear a report from
Brings Arrest the site committee The committee -

.e with Ray Winstead a* chairman -
y A A lei year: old boy was taken will recommend? a site at
into custody Saturday; night Wluspcilng. Hill Road end

when ho was found intoxicatedIn Barns Ave. for a new church.

a local bar. The site under consideration

I.t W J. Bohannon of the includes slifl.tly more than J Jta

Tilusville Police reported that a acres of land and I is heavily'oodel'

found in A ',,
Iv MUis youth was
_ sip w r Pearl Bur intoxicated with a
: ar a A1
# bottle of beer In front of him. Welcome Is PlannedFor
- 1h4 ( ?1 iwa The bartender, James W. Rognt New MembersA
admitted selling tho beer to

+ L hrj 1, r) ,p l him) without asking fur iiUntificatlon !. locep'lon for new members

_.. 1 le'a of tho First Presbyterian Church
MAKING PLANS Members of the chairman, Juanita Young Sally Martin Rogers was arrested for selling will be held at the assemblyroom

THE WORKERS These women were Demond, Simone Higgs Penny Keiffer, planning committee of the IRC Little Lea- and Ida Baldwin (back row) Margie Wale alcoholic beverages to a beginning at 8 p,m. Thursday -

among the workers at the Saturday night Thelma Bingham, Bob Young and James gue Auxiliary, who are active in setting up ker, Agnes Stephens and Jamie, Dorothy minor and the Juvenile was arrested All members of the

'supper. First row (left to right) Orpha Bingham Others not pictured were Patricia an auction and bake sale met Monday. Leftto McCoskey and Vivian Hanson (Photo and then released until church are urged to attend

I Gregory Jean Young Jean Richards, Ad- Hall, Lillian Miller, Kay Murray, right (front row) Margaret Marcum, ByDJ) eta! further investigation are the Woman's
:rianne Bornholdt, and Esther Russell, back Clyde Stephens, Dan Kieffer, Peggy Tind- Lt. Bohannon laid he and his Sponsors
Revue; 1115: a.m. History of have band other week so don Association and the Men's Club
a every Greenhalgh, Brady Falzon( ,
,row (left to right) Johnnie Russell, Vi all, Bob Tmdall Lisa France, June Fisher' force local have
of patrolmen
Home Demonstration, and a Skit that members can be assured of Robert Mrs. S. T. Boddmgfield Is
Kloss Jaspers, Terry Hein, Bill
Glen B
Agnes Stephens, Betty Bell, Bertha and Hlggs-(Photo by ) been for luch as
checking cases
by Indian River City Club, continued good music. Harper, Stormy )Hook, Dennis chairman: of the Fellowship com-

. Indian River South Titusville Happenings. 11:33 am Recognition of On May 9th Teen.Town, baying Hopkins, Ribert McCa/ferty, this recently and they would mittee which has charge of arrangements
guests and Installation of Officers relinquished the Civic Center Neil Buchalter, Rick Jones, and continue to do so He further Herman Rlediger

to the Grange will have an Jim Tice stated the law requires a person will present a short program

Lunch will be served at 12 Open.\ir Dance in the Indian At this time, all the Senior, mutt be 21 to buy or drink any
To 400The
I Chicken Served
the state
Supper noon Everyone is asked to, River Plaza, in front of Winn- Major League Teams have been of alcoholic Florida beverage and he was in making a Lease Okayed For

bring a covered dish and individual Dixie ;establishment The completed: The only openings .

Jointly sponsored Chicken Inc Civic Center Dr. W. 0 rind last. t Sunday at the homeof table service. Hoitesariubi Avantts Band will be in atten will be through the Players' special 01'cod. effort to tee this law enf GENESYS BuildingA

supper of the Titusville Fire Do. Young will be the auctioneer his brother-in.law. and slater, will be Indian River, dencp Agent, Anyone wishing to $1 per year lease for 21 acres

partment Auxiliary and the The object( of the current Mr. and Mrs. Rick Barrett, of City and Scottsmoor Teenagers are busy selling sign up at this time, should con. of land!. located at the south end
Afternoon Program 1:00 .rn'!' "Cape Kennedy" tags for the tact Ed Mills, at 128 Moon St. Civil Defense Is has been
Eastern: Star Chapter No. 6 meeting at the home of Mri 313 Delespine Avenue Jim's : : p of Cape Kennedy, approved -
last t Saturday evening was a Marcum was to discuss details wife is in an Atmore, Alabama, "Underneath it all" with Mrs: front of automobiles in this or call 287.7360. Topic Of MeetingA by the State Cabinet as

huge success The supper was and formulate definite plans for hospital where she underwent Beverly Beltek; 1:43 p.m. -' area Lad: Friday evening, Joe the site for the headquarters
all Mince and i Billy Walker sold Y, W. countywide meeting on the for GENESYS
"Fashions for A.
scheduled to begin at 5:00: p.m. these forthcoming functions surgery:! last week. She la scheduled Figures" narrated News building
and to end at 8:00: p.m. and from Mrs. Marcum announced that foi further surgery so the by Mrs Jean Whitaker, them at the Citizens Bank, while The Mary Reeder Young Wo- participation of civilians in civil The University of Florida will
start there line Barretts will keep the children 2:30: p.m. Comments on E*% Judy Ashley and Debbie Ponds man's Auxiliary left last Friday defense will be held at Cocoa construct '1 $600,000 building on
the was a both
very there will be ,
many hitits sold at the First National Bank. to April 24, opening at 8:30 i.m.
In here for a short time : attend the Young Woman the site. which will house the extension
of people waiting get In. be sold at
and used, to auction
addition to those eating, some new. delicious home Jim is in the U. S. Navy, pre Mrs Sue B. Young and Mrs These tails ere a nest tag depict State Conference in DcLand The The meeting will take place in of the University Schoolof
135 "carry.out" meals were sold baked pies cakes, etc. will also sently attached to the U S. S. Mary Slaby, Drevard County ing a flying missile, a cloud this of purpose of these State meetings the county agricultural building Engineering for technical
smoke, while underneath
and taken out various( pointsin be Constellation Ke is due for a Home Demonstration Agent and is to meet the State workers to All public official, community workers at the cape.
the area. available. Those wish persons to donate cruise on May 7th, which will President of the Council of Home the words "Cape Kennedy"are meet other Y.W.A,'s of the State leaders and the public generally The lease is for 50 years
having items they take him to the Far East f01'six Demonstration Clubs, respect! evenly spaced across the face and to exchange ideas and ex. cre urged to attend, The building may be taken
From early Saturday morn are asked to call Mrs. Mar of the tag The Teenagers are the federal Governmentin
over by
periences of their local
months vely, suggest that all Clubs arrange -
lug some of the women of the cum, 267 5582 or Mrs. Stephens, selling/: these tags to augment for Christian fellowship case of national emergency
to( leave the exhibits up Mrs. Packard'sFuneral
Auxiliary and Eastern Star 267.2809. their building Fund for a future
In Hospital until 3:00: p.m. so that all will\ "Love in Action'v the IN Tilt; till RT <>P Tilt: ('OINT1Jl
worked in the multifarious preparations Coffee, cold drinks and other Teen Center On SaturdayFuneral
-Age theme IMih:. |:NM: > MH HHI-VkKU:
tor this supper. A fine refreshments will be sold durIng Mrs. Sue Phillips of 125 Sun have time to see them. Nurserywill for this three day Convention fIll "n'. Si.t/a11rt.
Road, is a patient In Jess Par- be available, This theme Wit car. services for Mrs. R. IN iKOMirt.n: -
menu of fried chicken, with the auction Division
Minor League M"ll< Ito f KMHIDHtIX
of baked rish Memorial Hospital where ried out through the Missionary 1<1. Packard, 79 who died in Rt:: STATE: OF
trimmings potatoes
the success of this project d, PT.A. Last Saturday was the day Speakers telling of their experiences CHAKLK: F KtTONI.
beans salads and all kinds of she underwent surgery last Friday Coquina Cocoa Thursday were held at DECEASED.
the end Team
pends upon the support of the marking of organization of how God's love
relishes buns Sue is reported doing: well conjunction: with the "Clean was 2:30: p.m. Saturday in Cocoa TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
along with and
public The public is cordially in Indian River City shown to the people of the world PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
butter, coffee and cold drinks and expects to be home soon Up" campaign, the Coquina: The Minor Mrs. Packard, a resident of DEMANDS: AGAINST: SAID ESTATE
Invited to arrive early and iniptct League managers, through our love and concern of :
really was outstanding. ) the many items offeredfor Elementary School P.T.A. has with! the player's agent drafted these people. Our love Is express. Cocoa since childhood was the You and each of you are hereby
Christian Education ConventionA planned a Car Wash to kickoff mother of Mrs Edward W. Nor notified and required to prfient any
This was the first venture be 4 Minor League These teams ed the
supper sale. All proceeds will through special offeringthat claims and demand which you, or
of the Titusville Auxiliary the week long drive to follow Southern man of Titusville in addition to either of you may have afalnBt the
used to help defray expenses of Christian Education Convention are at : Baptists give for
.Fire Department in Indian the Littla League including sponsored by the spruce up property in this area. Glen Martin had a team last the Cause of Missions. These offerings daughters 19 grand-. Deceased late of lirevard County.
The P.T.A. will be on hand children and seven great grandchildren Florida to the Honorable Virgil B.
River City since the consolida Senior, Major and Minor Divisions. Christian and Missionary Alliance un- year and there are 12 boys returning are the Lottie Moon Con kilo.. County l..d.e of Brevard
lion aqd reorganization of the Churches of Florida, was der the direction of Kenneth to the "Indians" this Christmas Offering, the Annie County. at Silo offl. In the County

separate auxiliaries. held at the First Alliance Churchin Stuckej, President, to assist year. They are Robert English, Armstrong Offering, and the Court Florida.HOUM within In ell Brevard month.County from,

This the Auxiliaries'first Farewell. Dinner everyone in cleaning their Ma.ty :Martin' Darryl Hunt, State Mission Offering and a the dale of the flrat publication
was joint Orlando, last Thursday and tral Baptist Church of Indian hereof. Each claim or demand shall
venture in a money.raising Mr and Mn. Paul Mann of Friday. Workshops were held*a* automobile on April 25 and Charles Brewer, Richard Cromwell portion of the Cooperative Pro- River City stayed at the Hotel be 10.. ..rllln,,. and shall .late the
again on May 2. gram Budget which all\ Southern placaddreai of realdence and pONt ottlce p
project to supplement the budgetof Indian River Trailer Lodge last well as devotion p riodf. Randy 'Caraway, Joe Putnam of De-Land of the claimant and hall .
This will be held from 9 00 Baptist Churches contributefor be ....orn to by the claimant kla !
the Fire Department and its : Rothenburg, Randy Caraway, Those
) week entertained the following Those attending: from the IRC attending were: Sherry agent or biN attorney and auch
auxiliary Mrs. Bertha Demond guests! at a dinner just before Christian! and Alliance Church a.m. till :5:00 p.m. at the Indian Joe Rothenburg Burt Walker. the cause of spreading the Blalock, Sharon Clay, Sandy claim or demand not 10 filed shan
"Good News" around the world. be void.Dated I \
is Worthy Matron of the Eastern t they left for Michigan on Sat were Rev and Mrs Roy For River Plaza Funds derived Tony Chdildm The new members All of the General sessions George, Glenda Heflin, Helen ) the 211t day of April 19(4 .
Star Chapter No.6, and Mrs urday. ward, Mr and Mrs. John Allen, from this! event will be addedto of this team are; Mike Red the Conference were held the of Riddle, Becky Adams, Carolyn FIRST LEESBLHU NATIONAL BANKOF

Penny Kieffer is President of Present were Mr and Mr,. Mr and Mrs Franz Ashbaugh, the fund to provide the much man, Dave Anderson, Mike First Baptist Church of DeLand in McAllister, Margie\ Spears, Eer tty It, I.. Carle \
needed blinds for the classrooms Brewer, Richard Baldasare, tha Swalne, Y W A Counselor Trim Officer j
the fire
Department Auxiliary )
Kenneth Hudson, !Mr and Mr,. Mr and Mrs Hubert Smith, Mrs Mrs. William MacMurray Chair Executor of La. Will and.
According to count, including Oren Wade, Mr and Mrs Ray William Hatfield and Jim Ta>'lorH at the school. Anyone wishingto Kirk Lee, and Kirby Lanoue man of the North American Wo and Delores Surrency Y.W.A. Testament Kunnl'. Deceased of Charles F.

,carryout meals, a total of about Harden, while Mr and Mri. assist in washing cars is ask Bob Hoog has taken over the mans' Missionary Union, Birmingham I Director Apr. 22 29 May 8. 13 (Wed) 1961 1

400 meals were served, adult Charles! Dorr were callers at the D. Achievement Day ed to contact Stuckey 267.2812T 'Dodgers' and there were 10 Alabama, led in the 1i i I

and children. At the close of Manns' during the afternoon Drjvard County Home Demonstration boys returning from last year. E'ble+ Study at each of these sea J.\\.
(the supper funds collected at the Achievement Day will tn>Town Club They are: Steven Chreist, Ray sions. Special music was led CARPET E T
is President of
Mrs. Mann the
supper were around $300.00, be presented on Wednesday, An unprecedented number of mond Hoffman, John Hill, Milton each night by one of Stetson's
with a number of outstanding IRC Tourist t and Social Club, a April 29th, from 9:10: a.m till teenagers, totalling 148, did Ohlman, David Martin, Sam music students Miss Becky 100% NYLONJ \.I
club that functions from about
,tickets yet to be accounted for : 3:00: p.m. at the First Methodist Justice to the fine dance music Di GrUtme. Kevin McGaujhy:: Hamby of Jacksonville pastY

from members who were selling While September large to April number each of year.residents Church, 825: Forrest Ave, Cocoa furnished by the Avantes Band Jim Scragg Harry Rickee, .W.A. President, presided over S 4.9S K
,them. Both organizationsput I a The Morning Program will be: from Cocoa last Saturday nightat Odest Cannon each of these sessions
to this club it YARD
In many hours of hard workto belong 019am: to 10:00 a.m. Set the Civic Center. New' boys in this team are: Missionary speakers for the INSTALLED

make this supper go over big, does not months operate because during most the sum of up of Exhibits (one table per Adult chaperones or duty Danny Terry Bill Bullard, Bob weekend were: Miss Joyce Car STEVENS RUGS & CARPETS INC.
mer Commerford, Mike and Don michael, Louisiana, Miss Vilda ,
to be
they are congratulated
club); 10:00: a.m. Opening were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Com 525 Park Ave. S.
its members Winter
north Park
on giving the public a wonderful; are up Ceremony, Business Constitutional parato and Mr and Mrs. Ed Marka-n, Gary Allen, and Bob Long, Nigeria; Mrs Catherine Fla.
repast. KilUter. Chappell, Brazil and Mrs. caar: CALL COLLECT MI 47802VALUES
Changes and Election; of Merriam. The Board of Di
Cub Scout Mows lea .
Bill Bailey is the new Lawhorn, Philippines Saturday
officers; 10:30: a.m. Dress rectors of this club has :voted to managerfor
Cub Scout Pack 310 will hold one of the new teams named afternoon, there were
A meeting of the Planning its regular monthly meeting the "Reds". This' team has the Know How"* conferences for

Committee of Indian River next Thursday evening at 7:30: .. n". '" following player's Paul San the young women to attend and

: City's Little League Auxiliary p.m. it the Civic Center, Tho } : ; born Jr., Oary Teel, Finley Bas, learn to be better Y.W.A.'s. These !

was. held last Monday morning theme for April is Cub Scout Ken Brower, Charles Bailey, conferences were led by State

at3; >:00 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Naturalists The Dens will present Randy Bart, Paul Sarver, Paul workers

: Margaret Marcum, 1015 Thomas skits and exhibit table displays i. kvrz Johnson, David Anderson Bill The new State Officers for

Street. Den No. 1 will presentthe z and George Reed, Bill\ Acard, 1904-65 were elected Saturday
Plans are well under way for opening ceremonies and Den Ron Savvar. Charles Hanson, morning and installed Mondiy UPTOWN 5c& I IMIMS
No 4 the morning Miss Sherry Blalock
Closing Refreshmentswill of
:Jthe Auction and Bake Sale Dan Guppenberger, Jim Gokee,
be served by Den No. 2. Richard Central Baptist Church served on
J sponsored by the Auxiliary, Drawdy the State Nominating Committee PLAZA MIMSMIMS
B. B
: which will be held on Thursday Visiting Here Commerfoid U handlingthe All meals were eaten at the
:Mets" Team This is the
April 30th, at 7:30: p.m. at the Jim Harper and children ar- other new. team. His roster is Stetson University Cafeteria LARGEST 5c & JOc
----- -- This was a wonderful
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: : = .-: -\ composed of these players: oppor
SJSSi SW -1"" "r' tunity for the girls to tour the
IMMpP ,, Dave Potller, Charles and Stan University and to see the school,

IS Safer \\Vay J Price, Tom Futch, Don Rogers, which they, as Southern Baptist,
There a Ed. Berry Mike Finney, Gor support The Y. W .A's of Cen
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to Smoke Cigarettes ""LITTLE LEAGUE" FAMILY The David Sanborn "" l

family of 241 Parker Avenue Is a real "Little League" I O wv

family David is manager of the Tigers in the Major I K

League/ and David Jr is a player in the Minor League RCA

II rest Are Concerned About the U. S. Surf*o/i-Gn.r.i'. David works for Pan Am They lived at Cocoa, moving I t FOR

Report on Smoking YOU SHOULD USE... there in 1954, and here in 1960: David Jr and Gail, 10, THURS.

are students at Coquina School. Left to right are David

1kjfiIter YVATt/ ACTIVATIQ Jr., David, Dale, Gail, Carol and Mrs Sanborn (Grace-) V'f11f COLOR CHICKEtl99c S


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Watching all the confusion and arguments along with

the down right 'wordy dirds' at the county track meet in Track MeetParkway 4 rRi
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Melbourne Saturday night, sort of reminded us of the good;

ole little leage days, where everybody in the stands came

roaring out on the field, telling the officials how to push

buttons on their stop watches and threatening "wait untilwe Junior High School 159V4, with Satellite receiving got for Central The Seventh Slope (C). Keith it C> ami: fmlthfarkway

meet" you on our track and then we'll see what'll hap won their third straight track 1034 and Eau Gallic. 82'4.' graders lost by Mi point with tUifll. pill Had.- lI.nn.h"Tlmr) i4 ''"' .:.,1w".d.

pen. victory of the season Friday Parkway's Eighth grade con Satellite netting 44Mi" Parkway (U"). Cox (PlOs:,' ir, <

The team that generally wins the most in Brevard afternoon in Eau Gallic over tinued undefeated Uy compiling 44; and Central 16. Eau Gallie Ulntiiiti)HlKh) Jump: 3'Jtl"- .Kilwanli: ..P> Walk

County is Cocoa. The team. that cries the most over spilled Central and( Satellite\ MU points, winning by a large Central won the ninth grade IT .IK(,, Newton ll'l. Font( ,81 miUnrrUoa I

milk is generally Cocoa. It's not that they are bad lasers, The Pirates had a total of margin of 26 for Satellite and competition with 50 points; followed <.IC)Clamp tlcil Uriah ll'l,. Hanoi itUlacua ,It',

it's just that they want to win and if they don't, it's Katy by Parkway, with 42; and I.un.y .(#>. "",a e.. ,il'l Dl.lamIJfttV ) '. =:

Bar the Door. They won the county track meet, but only by ,."""",\, ._,. ... Satellite 33. Uruait jump: Newton ">', H.oiCt.
photo finish. t : t A. usual ( ....r.... (P), Klh! H> 1)1)
I r Parkway's Eighth: UBI: I*'.
Overall despite Cocoa's urge to dispute matters, it was a graders displayed their fine above 0.e.th. irmli-i
1 1e 11: low hurillrn) I'rwkar. SInannlnlvr ,
fine meet the best in Brevard's overgrowing history and av'rageathletulnhelr' win. Ron (P), I'nffy ,IM) Uoh.rnIM

some of the records set will probably remain unchanged for Newton, was defeated In the high: lUll>. Tim.yard.: <.lu 170.h Pnrkpi, (II'., flrnodltl t"t
many years. Such as the 100 yard dash and the mile run. Jump for the first time this year, iHl, Cuffy (f1. l.awmin ,',

Peter Snell of Melbourne, who has the same name as Aus- dropping into third place. The Time Ml yard 1211. dash Parkri, (fl') Law t
tralia's famous runner, ran 10.2 hundred yard dash, edging winning jump was S'J", by Ed- ion. f 1C), Hartman' (11. (' "Irrm.. I I1IE'S \

Eau Gallic's Clive Callaway by a nostril and Dave Bruner, wards of Parkway. Gaining (IM 4111 Tim.r).lay: 15.. Parkway Raivlllli

the short endurance runner from Cocoa who stretches his points for the Eighth graders Time: 536.. .
JJU yard dmh Ueni-ilki :0))
legs like a giraffe, ran a blazing 425.5: : mile and beat Sid were Newton 19',11' ; Seraggs, 1J: ; Smith( (IIf), Millar) ) (1'1.) Dunn l ) '., Pi
1 Evans 10; Edwards 11; Cox 745 ; Tim.: 27ft
Merchants of Melbourne and Titusville's Roberts in
Maury .. Shot put Parker (trl.) ftmlth)
that order. I Stamp 5; Hawk 6; and(! Smith ICI IIod.|... (I'), Ci.ffv c 1'1 1 Oil
tot lye ..: :Ml'Minn 69! AND STILL SWINGING Jeff Adams, winner
Like always, Callaway is a site to behold} whether he's jump: ffinlth( (8), \Vllllnm. of the Whispering Hills Men's Golf Association's Presi
J The Eighth graders! took first l 4111' iJnwnn 1 id. Uannlntrr the 100
the anchor the 220 and
tanning leg on a relay, or ,
: 4'111') dent Cup Tournament is shown blasting off the first tee
in all of the events with .
he high Jump. However Saturday, his record of no defeatsn i place 1>)1..uo Andrrinn (IC). Dinllh)
the exception of 'the shot, which ICI. Hunrdkl )I8i. Catty (d'l) l 1)1.I ln Bring Hills Country Club The 69 year old golferreceive
two years of competition was almost spoiled when Melourne's if I lane: ltj-4". a gift certificate in defeating last year's club i\
was won by Hannah of Central Broad Jump Parkor' (IPI, (CoffyIP
Dan and athlete clearedhe
Garvy promising ,
a young f with a throw of 39'9Four *'. I ), Wllllanii 18), Renndr), (;ll'l). champion and several other above average golfers -
bar at 6'1"} Callaway, whose success depends partiallyn Dlnlanit) : H.". (S-A Photo).
iI boys picked all the Malkl''
his ability to concentrate, followed. Garvey missed all up 1AI: low !kurdl Arnnlrnnu (1C). w
hree times at 6'2", while Callaway barely squeezed ever) points for Parkway's Seventh Pli-ldlnf (Cl, Itr snobs <1M.). OunhnrIP

ne bar on his third try. 1 Parker got 22Vi, Coffy tl i. \ ).) Time yard.:"."oil IMKM .- Caulev (ID. Arch- THS Places Two On All-Courtly t

| If Calloway would have missed his third try at 6'2", he 1j I Bannister 9; first and Miller in 4Mi the" .r Tim.(III:),114W tlod',. .., (P), Forley 1 it1)) 1 .
Parker places
ould have lost the event, because Garvey had less misses. won ( relay Central Parkway ;
100 yard dash with a time of 12 Tim: 1:442. Senior short-stop Tim Barrow following the end of the Brevard
lloway did not begin jumping until the bar was at 5'11", 4411, riligoralil,. i till.r"ul..y .
second, the 50 yard dash in 6.5. yard run man and sophomore third base- County Baseball Tournament
but the for the first this he just same, time was
year pres- shot put with 36'8" and the broad ( ). Tim..: III ft. man Gary ,Hart were named to Saturday evening.. /
iured and barely came up with the win. 14'8". 881') yard nil Rknil (C'I.) ('R..It'y *- the All.County Baseball team Cocoa High School managed/ to
f As far as the home front was concerned, Titusville was J jump, .) ISO, l>ay (a), Roberta )TlTlnw (. j
Met Summary: : I 21. this week which was released place first baseman Gary Wright
n the running, but too far back to catch Cocoa and Mel 440 relay: Rau Qalll, ParRway and second( baseman Billy Stein I,
ROLLS HIGH SERIES Stewart Brockett memberof 11.11112u Tim: 4U aJJu '
bourne. a low hurdler Itrift

. ;: yard (1a a Annalranc) (1C'I.) along with pitcher Dave Amman
the Gateway Junior Bowling Team bowled games of .:....arll. I IP), rUoa 45), Hoot (CI.> King ICI, Ouster. (C), llnrnhnldt, BJC Ties OJC and( Rick Shotwcll to dominate

Along with the track meet finals Saturday night, the 234 226 and 248 for a 708 series recently during the National loo'vard'dftah Newton D. Con (IP). Tim) put:: 21.1.Mbot Rummrra fl'l), P.rhy the squad. .
finals Mail-O-Graphic Bowling Tournament. The (P") Ford (a.>, Murray tC) Time (1C (iunn.r ( nialanr 431 Math-
county swimming were held in Satellite Beach and score 11.1. ) I") : Others selected were Jim

again, Cocoa pulled their usual first place wins. Cocoa, was sanctioned and at present is the highest junior series HM. relay Parkway ftatrllllrTlm .t Broad(IP), Jump Klai ICI Uunnr, Dlalanca(S),ITDlaiua Frnt For Tennis Title en, Eau Gallie; Artie Ulmeri;

,vas favored to win all three titles, in baseball, swimming and in Bre\'srd.-S-A( Photo). yard: 1:43.5.no : da.h Kvaaa IP). IIhup. T K, .bn ,IP). Darby. (IT). Melbourne; Ronnie Rickert, Eau l
track, but the Tigers were removed from the baseball tour. 1C), no.... (B), Haw .IP). Time: 141'Fielding. ICI| Ouster (II' DUIinc( : Brevard( Junior College iwept Gallic, Dave Wynn Satellite*.

nament by Eau Gallie, preventing a clean-sweep of the 02 440 retry Parkway, gairlllu. Hll Jump Archrr (S), Knr- three out of five singles matchesand Mike Paulaitis, Melbourne' ; Bob I
ih.l 1C), I..). ((1'1.) Antoon IH')
number doubles In
spring sports. Mo"ya'rd:! dash N.wlo (PI). H.lfht ("f. the one Drake, Satellite, Brian Forty,
The swimming meet was rather lopsided especially in Bowling NewsClassic the Conference tournament Satur Satellite: Tom Hewitt, Melbourne '

the boys competition, leaning heavily towards( Cocoa. WH Women GolfersTo day at Lake City and tied Or. ; Will llarman, Melbourne

Melbourne won the county baseball tournament, beating Satellite Lanes lando Junior College for the Mid. ; and Tom Eason Satel I
Host Rockledge Florida College tennis title, lice .
Satellite in the finals.Melbourne's ,.,k ,
League Nelson Ins. LeaGue Wade Whit on of Tltusvlle was 1
big hero was Artie Ulmer, who hit a double
Hills Women'sGolf
r Whispering the only netter In the who Crowd Visits
group Large
single; and a home run against Titusville and then knocked Teams Hold LeadSatellite .
High individual game; B. High Individual( series: Hazel Association Is playing !lOst went through the entire season

wo more singles against Satellite which incidentally Booth, 246. Carlson, S28; Kathy Plamej, 483. to the Rockledge Women's Golf; without con/erenre defeat, win Fox Lake Park
in two runs. High individual series' R. Pas- individual Hazel Lanes Traveling .
game: fling pine straight matches. Saturday Commissioner of/iio
Association on Thursday, April County
f-ought lost to Melbourne In their opening round in ley, 209, 216, 212, 637. Carlson, 200; Kathy Plalnes, 198. team continues to lead the team In the conference tournament p'rsonllP.lf'IUmated Sunday, that
with coffee 8.00 tee
23rd at a.m.
be classified as an upset, especially since the High team game: D and E Shirt High team series: Cats and events in the Florida Woman's Whitson won 6.1 and 6-1 t tIn approximately 2,000 people vlsi.d I

'Terriers defeated the Bulldogs two times in regular season Lettering975.: Docs and Ray Nelson Ins, 854. Bowling Association's 17th an off at 1,30.Pairing: the finals of the number two ( opening of the new Fox Lake
>lay. High team series B and E High team Suburban
: game: nual State Tournament at Eau are ei follows: division. Park located on Fox Lake.
Shirt Lettering: 911, 943, 972, Propane and 7-il Food Store, Also playing on the team from Dick Spangler, asiiitant tn
, Remember last week, we mentioned something about 2829 365. Gallie, while several Titusville 1-A toe J. Whitesidc! L. Ryan Titusville Is George) Maintain, County Commisioner Gus Faulkof

eff Adams, the "terror of the fairways" at Whispering Hills 200 games: R. Borsdorf, 20], MunilliiM Won lo.t teams and singles and doubles M. Weiss, J, Schneider. who placed! fifth In the conference District 1, said there was as

ountry Club? Well, at that time, Jeff, was leading the 234; B. Sandusky, 208, 222; E. Hu.lwH.er Hudwetiw' N.Nn. 2 1 BlUt MVi I.. 84'34S". entries are also bidding for 1 1-B tee. M Sliman, B. Man- and defeated Orlando's< Oscar many as 500 people there at onetime

Glen's Golf Association President's Cup Tournament by two Thurlow 200; R. Pasley, 209, 216, Ova Miaul Faulk Motor Chevrolet E4 M" 3'37',% high honors. dus, S. Pitzrlck, H Lukens. Perez 63 and 6.1. with several' hundred mote,

trokes and according to Paul Houston, tournament chairman B. Dhaffer'a Hardware. 1)2) 30Fie. The Satellite Lanes team has 2 tee II. Whidden, L Darf- BJC downed St. John a day just driving through and taking
R. Booth
212, Miner 201 246
Jeff came right along in the 54 holes match ; ; .) National Hunk 61 99 rolled total of 205 In the
and won D. Jacobson, 204; H. Marr. 214 J.anca lao 61 39 a pins man, I. Munnls, D. Klines. before the tournament started, a glance at the county's latestrecreation

the tournament. 201 J. Brandenburg, 206 W. Anderson Kalian Room 49S", 4iH4McTotura Class A, leading Walters and 3 tee J, Parrish J. Foster, bringing/ an end to the first season facility.
; ; Motori 4IH* 40 Vj
201; K. Shafer 210; E. T-lt rood Store 1544 41SVVKMP Howards Service of Tampa and L. Carothers, J. Crawford. with a 5-2 slate The park, which is the largestIn

G&F Koontz, 200; W. Byrd, 202; G. Mutual Ini. 45 4S* 45T"ou' 4444 the First National Bank of Titus 4 tee L. Borden J Jarvii, K Others winning for BJC were: North Brevard with 31 acres,

Commission To Set Hunting Whitehurst, 202, 203; R. Borsdorf, '. Pnanuli.. 44 40Kl.ala ville team The local entry in Jander, D. Dooley. Bill Stormei over Jim Clark of has swimming, boating, diving! ,
Propane 4144 45'.4 the Class A Division Is now In Orlando, 80, 64 and In doubles!' picnic tables, horseshoes, playground -
621; Pasley 837; Sandusky, 614. Mole) 44 47 5 tee M. Biardi, L. Wylie J. ;
'ala *. Uo<> 43 4T third place with 2900. Caldas-Stormes defeated hall area Softball and volleyball
( Match results: B and E Shirt
And Fishing Rules At MeetFlorida's Metropolitan 37Vi MS River Lanes team is in third Adams, E. Dehmlow.
Friday Lettering over Budweiser, 3.0; Ray. 37 63 Ilarkncss 8-3. 2.11. 62. and concessions.SPECIAL .
Andrews B. Gnntz
Ray Nelnon' In. 87 M place In Class B with 2943 pins 6.A tee E ,
Gus Faulk over Titusville Tile T *. 0 Munlo SHVi M'4 B. Coleman J Vanllorn.
hunting and fishing do not conflict with sound wild- Z'I.; Breedloves Texaco over TI. IInulII..... Motor Supply 8.1 5SMianoha Leading Class B Is Al Hodges I
6 B tee Z. Burdick J Switzer
) Tavern :Iii 57Jackaon Motors of Cocoa followed by i
rules for 196465 will be set at life management. tusville Auto Parts, 21; Elk's '. Mlnll Market 3D "MI"l Beach Bowl of Cocoa Beach M. Robinson, E. Adamieti. !

the annual regulations meetingof At the annual regulations meeting over T and G Music 2.1; Mag Jean Ouellette and Lee Moo are T tee II Bower, C. Glaiicr. O.

the Game and Fresh Water the Commission establishes nolia Liquors over Floorco, 2.1; Mon. Nite Mixers In fifth place in the Class! n Williams, G Carlson.8th '

Fish Commission, April 14. The seasona, bag limits, and methods Littles Tavern over Virginia Doubles, and Eloulse Norman of tee P. Slater, J. Nathan BRAKE SHOES INSTALLEDON L :
meeting is scheduled for 9:DO ol taking native game animals, Fried Chicken, 2.1; Firestoneover High individual game; Art the North Brevard Association H son S. Thomas, L. Wortham
birds fresh LaGrange 2.1; Nova Cab. Schnurstein, 227; June Ryan, 191. 9.A tee J, Wittl, L. flaring, C.
a.m: at Tallahassee, Senate Room game and water fish. In second place Clan n, all events FRONT OF ANYCAR
31 of the Florida Capitol, according Regulations for migratory birds inet Shop, over Space Painting, High individual aeries: Art with 1S49 pins. Leading this Aldrich, L. Conforti FOR ONLY . (59 a 95
to A. D. Aldrich are provided by the U. S. Fish 30. Schnurstein, 562; June Ryan, 542.
director Is Indian
group Patsy Goldinger on M, (Self Adjusting Brakes Excluded: )
9 B tee. M. Mallableu 1
Over three thousand hunters and Wildlife Service and the 600 sets: R. liorwlorf( 621; Pas- High team game: Team No. 1
find fishermen will be heard as Commission may select a seaion\ ley, 637; and Sandusky 614. 6, 840. River with 1571 pins. Jones J. Ryan, M Matheney, J. :OFFER GOOD= APRIL 20th THROUGH! .24th_ I

their collected opinions and within a general framework pro Ml.nillno. Wan I.,.' High team series: Team No. 7, Mobil Homes, 1074.! Houston. GARDEN GULF SERVICE 1
flu caulk Chevrolet 05 28 Lunching and the awarding of
\thoughts obtained through a series vided by the federal agency. l.lttlea Tivrrn 112 31 1913. High team series: First Fed CORNER GARDEN NIDY M7-H90
of meetings and by mail The annual rules and regulations B *. K Whirl Lettering 81 32 NUnillna) < woe font eral Savings, 2926. prizes. will follow.

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are presented to tho,6cmmission meeting of the Corn mission Nova Cabinet Shop 4Y 44 Team No.8 3d 22 Late" .lIft.Cum.... w'.0 IIJ: 100'laSepper ..... ..... ..-: ..... ...... ............
at this meeting. The is an open meeting and all T *. O Mimla 40 4Tlluvllle Team No.3 :*1.1:) ao 277..m ('".p. 11:1:) 19 -CHECIl WlTU ()rJ.IJ..uar.! "' :HECI( WITH! j=, I .
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April\ 24 meeting follows a series interested sportsmen are invitedto Virginia Fried Chicken 44 41 Woo&h ppen m.. 30 Karl.y Koaltorrtrit 11 21
attend, stated Aldrich. Magnolia Liquor. 45 41..Or.nee 2. :JUlio .dft.al III: 22IC. FREE !
of 29 public regulations Tba ANOC 21
GroceryFtrtnona 43 00 ill ..)'. luuranc 211 21
Tam N. I* 21) :34 FREE 1964
meetings held throughout Flor- 41 SI Hionlaad Mobil* HoroWIMom .. Ii 27
Grace Williams Tllu.vllle Auto Part 41 61 T. m No. S n% MH sod H.rvlc.. 50 l R2
ida to allow sportsmen an opportunity Bnaca Filming, Inc. *Hi SI1* Oo-foura :U 31 B. n. McTormlckBrtvard ) IS 14
to discuss the huntingand Wins Match Play Flki:' .'. 38 54lI.eedlov. National Penh 1e :rr
Teiaco 8S MFlooreo Fri. Nite
fishing regulations. 23H 88'H Handicap = OFFICEGUIDE
Grace Williams woe the recent y
Aldrich said the regulations High individual Cliff {
established at this meeting wine Women's Golf Association King. ament were Mrs. Bernice Me- Weaver 270. If you have rental

mm-Carpe'ster Match Play Cotter, in the first flight Mrs
designed to allow the sportsmen ; High individual series: J. MeCoiky housing, list it in -r
Tournament. Whispering Hills Grace Williams most
of Florida a maximum harvest 685.
without Country Club.Winning played; Second flight winner The Star-Advocate!
of wildlife, creating High t team game: Moonland Mt k
to the fish runner up was Mrs. was Mn. Jackie Keller and Mrs.
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to replenish June Ryan and Mrs. Jeanoette Emma Adamietz won most

the population forests required and waters. Primarily Crawford was the wiener In the games played. ""' IDEAS I to help you cut '

all regulations are based on consolation flight. Thursday the association will pEE1CE 10E the cost of office':
biological findings of the Com Second flight winners war Mrs. hold an invitation match with lure 1l I your

mission's game and fish management Gerry Carbon, Mrs. Elaine the members of the Rockledge ii: wrlwtgMouaal rnt l II I work! M

divisions. Series consideration Dehmlow and Mrs. Dorothy Women's Golf Association on the I

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taw Bob Hudson) Th Vole. of 25.000 North Bravird Couaty R.tl State Road Department where without the kids?"' dN'r +Pt
Section B TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1964 Pig 1 1.8 i
toll project in Florida took in I\I "Yei, Marcia, but I kind of _.
nearly SI million from 9 million miss them Throw some sand in --

mutoiLsts in March That'i a my face". ,
Indecent Phone
lotta cash The Bennett Cause
way earned 344,914 from 292 We were down in South Bie
909/ vehicles vard Saturday "nosing around"in a
Calls Result In
behalf of politics and spoils ,* auruuu
The first grade teacher was
Noted an almost complete lack of
teaching her pupils how to
Arrest And FineA
count money. bumper stickers on vehicles

Placing a half dollar on her parked in two huge shopping r'k1J1
local Winrkll) S 'fton
desk, she asked: "What is that?"' centers. Don't know just what mm
of Gaimt Strut, ,on
315 'a'
Said a small voice from the that but to it '
back row: Tails" means me apparently .\\4 4P Acted recently in miniiipil
means a lack of Inter court of using Indcruit I Ian .""'>.<' _

cst in the election particularly over the tclepiitnit Upon _
You might not be able to outwit
a car thief, but you can when you see so many cars M e 'f a 'v Wv being found aunty hi appealed I
discourage him One suggestion similarly! tagged in North y the case to a higher i'(uit, but :t.
Inter dropped the uPI1I'.1I
Is to leave a big collie or Ger Uievard
man polka dog in the car. One thing we did note It W J. Iloliannnn and Tony
'" Another to drive shabby other cities In Brevard either the 1
. is a Sal"'linn investigated: 'U'" a Y
vehicle thieves like the best have tougher ordinances reguUt
mil/ :n pnitid that St fit n had
,: or at least an average vehicle. ing signs on rights.of.way than ,nixie< "call to a local woman
'. Of course the best way is toalways Titusville has or they are better rang, Indecent' language Th"
remove the key and enforced. We found few signs entrees woman ported it to tin lilusillc .
don't leave a spare one in the and poles. Police and when Si (ton
' glove compartment, under the .mud the second call to the .uiuA '
floor mat, etc. Lock luggage In Tho doctor's waiting room e eZle ',man: Doliannon heard the con
the trunk, lock all doors and was crowded, including a senior VI'isation ,,3 kl\ PROMOTION' Btlk-Linds.oy employees recently i pent
H da>' dressed m shorts promoting, of course!, the sale
; and park in a well.Uhtt'd citizen, who had been waiting a Scrim' received a fine of $251. "
this Dressed In the ..uniform"of
ill summer wear proper
or busy area. long time. lOr 60 day oijidieh of file tw>
It might be trouble but then After several others came in, ti, .rilU I' paid the fint! whici that day, were M B Crabtree, Manager George
It! 's more trouble trying to get a having to stand for lack of w .. I I'll,(Dint $51)0) Uiown and Assistant Manager Nick Alexander
stolen car back. chairs, the senior citizen stood up ,,
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NEED A DOG CATCHER? Scenes like the need of of
and said, "Well, I guess I'll &go; some type dog catcher and ,
this are not unusual in Titusville packsof animal compound to bring the situation '
i A frowning woman walked up home and die a natural death! .:=::J .
dogs earning the streets. Numerous under control.-(S-A Photo).
[to a little boy she caught stnokI' residents have indicated their feeling of FORBESTWlbCATIONfORYQURfiSTNOWIBUlf) 1 1 kING'S S GRANT on Fnkt Boulevard :
ihg Attended the meeting of the I (lust South of Rockledg Country
"Does your mother know you Classroom Teachers' Association : t Club and Barton Avenue
[smoke'? she demanded. of Brevard in the Cocoa
Woman CD Official Set For VisitMrs 1 FAIRWAY SOUTH on Fuke
"Llldy, he countered, "does High auditorium Monday night Boulevard across from Rockledg
your husband know you stop and heard candidates for school
Choose from the six outstandinghome Country Club
Rind talk to strange men on the board and the legislature talk. Jane Fiqutt Hanna, Deputy On Friday, May 1 at 10 a.m. Mrs Hanna is responsible for _
[Street?" One observation: at least one communities by Erevard'slargest COLLEGE MANOR ESTATES at
I liaison with national organizations
Director of Civil Defense, Of. Mrs Hanna will talk on Citizen
candidate for the Florida Houseof lice of the Secretary of the Participation in Civil DCfcnse private institutions, other quality home builders Clearlak. Road and Oxon
Congratulations to Judy T yTitumlle's Representatives isn't going to elements of Government: and Boulevard In the heartof
or, first "Miss have much of a chance if Army, will visit Patrick AFB ," at the Patrick Alit with diplomatic and other reprcbcnUtivcs Why Pay Rent? You can buy a Cocoa,
ride" homeowners vote on May 5. and Cape Kennedy Air Force theater. The theater seats 933
as well as her two of foreign) nations in CATALINA ISLE ISlAm A1A.
home for lessl! on
closest competitors Rosalynn Howard Warren of Cocoa Beach Station on April 29, 30 and May persons. connection: with the civil defense north from 520 Causeway for
-antrell and Carol Kher. In is advocating doing! away with 1. Arrangements! have been mark program. May we show YN our homes? waterfront' living .
act congratulations should go to the "antiquated" homestead exemption Mrs Hanna will be the guest of for members of the audience til She served 1 as a Spt'elal88lst.. Call AM 77142 er 4325453 (day or
Ball 12 of the contestants It : law That like wavinga the Air Force and the Brevard parks their cars in the lots ad ant to Assistant Secretary for night if you need transp rttl n. IMPERIAL ESTATES on Highway 39

takes a lot of courage to enter red flag in front of a bull County Civil Defense organIzation jacent ao and across from the Civil Defense from October IJfal "\.t > t .. \*" lust a half mile Wilt of U.$, 1
I such a contest and we admhetach it's political suicide but perhapshe Joint hostesses for Mrs Officer Club on A1A Shuttle to date of her present appoint. II ,. and nearest community 'to
[ of the gals.A doen't care. Hanna visit will be Mrs. Leigh. buses will operate I between the nm\t \ ; NASA Causeway

ton I. Davis, wife of the Com parking lots and the theater before She hast Ions been active in COStbP&ITANCONSTItUCTIO IRENTWOOD ESTATES on Garden,
middle.aged couple were A lawyer sent an overdue bill mander National Range Division and after Mrs. Hanna ad civil defense, beginning !>ii St Street' In Tituiville. Drive
S sunning themselves to a client attaching a note (Provisional), Mrs. Harry J. dress Joseph, Missouri, during World (,O.Rl>OHA'TI0N west from U.S. 1.
I lion beach. on a vaca which said, "This bill is one Sands, Jr.. wife of the Command. A press conference, a Cape War II.Un. :N )
year old" er, Air Fore Missile Test Center, tour, and several social events Hanna Is a member of t\'J. \. JBrevard' fHA.VA. CONVENTIONAL FINANCING
"Do you know Henry' ,"' said By return mall the lawyer had and Mrs. Louise C, Gibbons, Dir are planned for the visitor, one; of Phi Beta Phi and I Is listed ,inWho's. Homo[ Builder Phone AM 7.8501 or... 638-1385
I the Quality '
wife Largest
dreamily, this is the his bill back. To it was attached ector of Civil Defense for Ere- the top-rjpkmj women In gsern'ment .Will around American i women .. "
F first time we've ever been any another note Haifry! Birthday ',vard County: ...ftIt '" ;'. -::.. ;J!. i\I\!'\ \ \I! 1f as.1I ,::::
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vard County Health Departmentsaid starting Saturday, April 25th.
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I Letters Cathy We Pitman, Rickey Richard for mailing. Full stock at Star

To The EditorEditor and Stephen Hart Advocate

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: 20 years Almost everybody appears ing this you\ pursue justice, find How Communism Crows'-" munists know this and flatter Well, we must be very careful CHINA SALEVALUES

to be especially healthy it, kill it and then question the Editor and encourage them. about what organizations we
Ed Steven=on' long.winded wealthy and happy. You have law ot the land. In the same : What comment would you join, so we aren't unknowingly

article in April 1st Star.Advo- advanced most in science and breath you speak of courage and belief Is Communism? Just like tile just a political have bar your son or daughter, helping Communism in anyway. you can't afford to MISS!
cite was amusing and I wonder we new look forward to your truth and ask us delinquent youthto ogressive who is planning to go on into We must learn all we can about
not that he should ask the quest. putting one of our generation on understand your phantasm. party and the Prohibition party? higher education, when she or Communism and how it worksso Regular NOWI
It is true that lot of
ion "what'i happening to us, the moon. This is quite an The youth on street corners, a people he wants to know if some teach we can recognize: it But we Dinner Plate . 2.50 1.25
who will speak for this country, tuhierrcnt for you considering in poulroo, classrooms I think that it l is just a political ers and professors are sympathMic must not let our enthusiasm Salad Plate 1.80 ,90

and where is the voice of cour the fact the unemployed gang Church, space capsule, in the patty, the trend lately seems to to Communism Unfortunately carry us away, so that we call Bread k Butter Plata . 1.20 .60
age?" and tl'ink of ways to assassinate Mississippi jungle the African be to believe so, but it goes it Is true. Probably, anyone a Communist who happens Cup & Saucer 2.80 1.40

Let's assume (for the clarifica- you. jungle, youths in the peace corps, much, much deeper than that. in a lot of cases, it is becausein to advocate something that Fruit Dish . 1.40 .70

monist( threats; you, who fought You who gave us all this free youths in Korea, Vietnam, Cuba, It is properly Criminal called Communist the International Conspiracy the world of books and ideasin Communists! advocate SoupCerealSugar . . . 1.95 1.00
Stevenson is of the J. F. Ken Berlin, Cyprus Hungary and which they live, they think of b Creamer Set 5.75 2,90
refuse to how and its We check
dom recognize aim is world can on groups by
nedy generation and I am of the United Nations will speak it as some sort of Ideal. They Vegetable, small 325 1.65
this Lee Oswald generation. I fatal this freedom can be in the one day. As Hitler and Stalin domination, don't think of the practical or reading reports of the House Vegetable, large 3.93 2.00

him now. You're what's hands of the ignorant Yet, had tb-it day and Castro, Kaddr, "Well, if it is a political realistic aspects. Also manyof Committee on American Platter 5.95 :3.00
answer do nothing to understandwhy theory, I don't haN Activities and our own State investigating -
with us. You, who speak! rOil Khrushchev now having theirs, so !see why we them feel that they are underpaid
wrong we youths loathe your de to worry about it in this country.No committees. Also, LIMITED SUPPLY
of who speak of will we, the new generation have : and think that it is unjust
courage; you
creeping enslavement of Com mode doctrines and are bittcred one would go for it" for the Capitalistic! system the Attorney General has a list HURRY TOMartha's

munist threats; you, who fought by your lack of ability to communicate ours.Weil be a very busy genera tome' bright senior High School to let others, who aren't nearlyas If[ subversive organizations We
with us and save u:* student would probably reason should support the House Committee -
smart much
with courage so we might grow tion. llusy cleansing our air and earn so more Gift Shop
up free. Free from what from your delinquency You, water, re-establishing one and "Why in the world would an monry Then they pass these on American Activities -
who are polluting the air your American believe in Communism ideas to their because through their invest -
on impressionable
and free for what only one set of flexible rules by '
GrunLldiildiVn breath, tearing ? students. igation and exposure, we 111 Harrison
have misplacedyour width\' we want out youngsters to
You seem to \
asunder tilt forests, poisoningthe One standard set by us That Is a very good question.! "But how du the Communistsget can learn more about the con Downtown Cocoa Phone NE 6-B5S2
values so we young folks watvr and milk we drink grow spiracy. Then, of course, we
their help this ?
There in country
several different
bo our chlklrenan't be suspicious are types
have no sense of value at all. have tin gill to suggest the Ful. It impossible believe must be good, alert citizens and
seems to
a.id contused by us. of people to whom it appeals
We don( t know rightists from bright view is appeasement in that Americans born and raided vote the right people Into office.
one si,,HjilarJ built on a solid (usually! the liberal
and really care less. We totality One man of \; W G, Hodrisuez
Jeftisis your generation spiritual, foundation bent on citizens). in this country with all (the privileges *
never fought a war so we knowno can see plain tiuth and SOclliiCminded and freedom of choice Indian River City
i.clpms I tt> understand with respect are very idealistic *'
courage We have never admit errors and that same; could possibly think of RE-ELECT
the? other tclluw's point that Communism would joining
been hungry so we know not generation cringes at that truth by taking froruiierich. a foreign political movement to '
ot view.We'll poor away
We've barely been the generation so accustomedto Science Students '
starvation. :
They don't realize ,dat help overthrow their own Govt. *
bit busy feeding! educating JAMES
read we status. that the tlio
educated but we can quo more mote people are much bette'bft and ending their pursuit of liber
and the starved t dumb
can hear and we can hate ught of any thought beyond is curing: : ty thereof,
ai.d di soa&cu wuilil black and in this country, that there is less Guests On ( *
more terrible that nuclear 'Clay'Foitytwo
We see that hateful double war. yellow :and red-Jew, Christian suffering and Injustice re, They get their help by recruit :
standard set before us and we You speak of economic intlu- and M.is cm. We !know humilitynow than anywhere else. And It ing dupes. Dupes are people who H.
are very confused and terribly once to me who never: knew a < us W4.'vc! seen how the lack this (is all due to our Ame n help the Communists without outstanding science *
suspicious of you You say depression, who never under- system reali/mg It. They have them students from Brevard's high I
ot it can fester society and
one thing, you do another. You stood why In a land of plenty wound the minds of my genera- You see, the Communists tell working on newspapers, radio, scuofih saw> t.ie; results of sclent!. PRUITT LA
talk of enslavement in the people should be starving To Lon. We see what you have these idealists that what goes and TV They are in the churches fie: effort firsthand Thursdayas *
Eastern half of Europe but you your generation economics must anj: in the schools, and in guests!! of the USS Henry
In Russia Red
i cared in Dallas and we refuse on and/or Clv \iah
loathe the idea of releasing be a magic word as you've overworked the State Dept and it
to accept your status just temporary. That eventually even, Cia) (SSBN 625)) at Port Canavrrol. STATE'
cozy quo.
tile ..lave'here, You speak of it so much lately Economics seems, on the Supreme Court I.
We haven't time to iI.len eitherto the people will achieve
the jungle of Africa but the and courage you call your whinings about cour true Communism and then Wfy and in other blanches of Govt. Cacti student was hand picked

jungle from whence Lee Oswald ingredients lo solve trouble yet age: freedom and Patriotism as won't need a Dictator any more These people don't deliberately by his principal on the basis of REPRESENTATIVE
: bigger you abhor using the former to intend to help the Communists
carps grows his interest and achievement in
we are too busy scrubbing clean I should mention that here 1 .
speak of freedom to wor stem starvation and ignorance in fact, don't even know that science GROUP
You the obnoxious odors of your in our country they do >f .
ship! ',but I never saw you on in countries whose ideologydoesnt generation and the one before their recruiting in the colleges.: they are. The Invitation was extended DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 5TH *

your knee.. You sent me to conform( to yours )ou You asked und not with The young people are the ones A Congressman on the House ty: v.the Gold Crew Skipper

Sunday School but you didn't This ideology led by what you out reasons "who will speak for they are after They have said Committee of American Cmdr, J C Lewis, USN, at the (Pol Adv Pd by James Pruitt

practice what the preacher term the "butcher". Just whois Americans I am speaking that, if they could destroy the Activities estimates that there request' of the<< Lockheed MSC

preached to. you in Church. the "butcher". Who was the but I am only one of the new patriotism of just one generation, are about two thousand Communists Management Association and!
I've been watching you for a "butcher" in Hungary those generation they could achieve their goal working in defense the Brevard County Board of

long, long time and 1 don't like who drove the tanks or those Lon Harvey Oswald! was of So, there are lots of young people jobs. "Well, if this is so, why Fcluca'ion.
what I tee. You pray in abstraction who stood by and watched? the who aren't they fired from those
new generation, too, but I are away from hoi.e The USS Henry Clay, the
and only when in dire Who was the "butcher" at 'Bay !shirk not'from. (that. Therein lies for the first time, struggling to jobs?" They cannot be fired be. most modern of the polaris THIS WEEK'S BIG BUYAT

need, then you rave about the of Pigs"? And who was tho the difference; we can see beyond make ends meet 'on their allowances cause the Supreme Court has submarines; Is at the Cape on

atheistic conspiracy You con- "butcher" of the bleeding youth and we hope to think be. or on part-time jobs, to ruled that an employee cannot her "demonstration and shake GOODYEAR
slstcnty seek to endow me with at the wall? Don't talk to mo The fired for Communist
yond youths you have whom the Idea of dividing up the pe being! a down" trials, and offers
the right versus the wrong in of Patriotism, as I know not the been watching at the wall and wealth sounas "quite appealing. ''\II1lnB bo.U in a1 "sensitive poll* opportunities\ for the students many to SERVICE STORE
human behavior and I keep meaning in Budapest will 'IIbeyond, It is also true That these same-"';f oft.'c 'BI.ft -woitt1.n't( ;working In observe science at'work -'

confusing/ that with love and No, I'm not surprised you cry"* too, again one day the wall kids who are away from home a Defense job consideredr"sensitrVe"7 SPRINGSPECIAL

.lute. As always what is given for a Patriot when Texas schoolchildren will crumble, the wire will break don't fit into college life too well It seems, it dependson Among those invited from Tl-

freely to you from the pulpit cheer the falling of a and the tank will be but a and are happy to join any group tie position held within the tusville( High School were:

jou never carried to me at martyrd fieneiation Dots your crutch against: the overpowering: that will accept them The Com- Defense! job. "What can we do?" Judy Sindall, Steve Albert,
home You never speak of generation know for what those stampede of a youthful generation

love) never of God; you never children cheered? Was it wrath hellbent on shedding: the
know humility.I for the cause: or the result of shackles you've helped lock. Comet..World's 100,000-Mile Durability ChampionAt

I learned humility by watching those bullets? Without reflect (Mrs) Carol Kelly '
you as idly viewed the I. Daytona, a team of four specially equipped In Africa, Comet showd its stamina. again! in
you -------- .
100.000 ""the wildest ride on earth't- the monsoon swept
filling of generation in Buda. '64 Comets each traveled day and night
my Safari Rally, 94 car startej< Only
miles It over 105 miles per hour-an un. East African
best; .as you watched one oat : Brevard Lumber equaled feat of stamina and durability. 21 finished the run-two of them were Comets. -
Is the Wall in Berlin bleeding CompanyREADY.MIXED.INTRANSIT ,

to: death, slowly, on thewirer. ,
Now you're asking about CONCRETEBuilding

courage you, who watched Material Lumber Paint Hardwire
the wall go up helped build WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSESLet [

|ft', You, who stood by and watched Us Give You An Estimate:

Hungarian youths, ask now
Prompt Delivery Phone AM 7-3831 --
about freedom. Just how far die I
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you go in two wars to make me ----- .- ----- ----

Lee: Oswald stuns the world

by his one act and you hollei LEARN EARN :

for justice. You got: your justice I /T- A
when he, too, was gunned down Secretarial Courses

And now you question the Speed writing, Shorthand e

Courts, I question everythingand Classes Now Forming! s y 1
I wonder at it all. You

question now when it's all\ ovei HOWELL'SBUSINESS
arid you're too late You hau se

your turn in speaking for Ameri o 0 dl
earth hug ago. Your bitter

aweet rule in history is gone an 1528 S. Washington 267.1161 the Ro..t."wlld"lrid. of

you really messed It. .....rtll"
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You gave my generation a -5lae mimes .
nuclear warhead but we don', thr.uA. tim.hart
of AM(..
need it. The fate of this work .

lies not in such things as man WHY PAY MOR
makes nor even in man. We're

learning whut not to be by watching BUY ONE GET ONEFREE
you The values you M

long ago lost we are finding:, ont
by one, slowly! The still confused .

we'll clear that cluud as Wt ..
stop seeing you start seeing yourselves .

and each other all arounc LfflLi1iIk I I .
the world.

Your generation looks for a
Patriot and this gent:ration losei

Lit in Vietnam. Your generation ,., ONE COAT
bled our lives into the Kor OIL BASE

can toil and now you ask fur i A HOUSE PAINT.. 'P8GAl jLeads Fabulous Minl-Wash

Patriot You, who still have ar UP re s rug HIS 2 Wash Speeds $21995
old Korea also now have a new IXMCTANCTKCIFTIONAl WHITIMIUCONTAIMt PLUS the sales success parade! 2 Spin Speeds

Cyprus and you scoff the Uniteo d.. a .,s w NUaumlrv 4nd OAf. 3 Wash Cycles

Nations. You haven't once I Mush Is it any surprise thai Cornet sales are up to miles of African mud, rocks and |ungte-th 5 Water Temps TRADE
followed through with anything 7 ryyfrt INHIIITOISb TO ua IQUAM sin almost double last year's?Comet proves whatIt first to carry America colors in the world's

you started yet you belittle my o r.A e q FOI COVIHACI Ml ON WOO Mt ,.+NON ? Me IanA AMT Can do. After 100,000 miles at Daytona, toughest car event Want more reasons Just DOWN
generation of Scots, Swedes, hlte pa n MITAl OK MAMMirWALLPAPER one of these special Comets has traveled take a look at this new Comet. Husky, racy, NO MONEY !

Irish and other United Nations another 31,000 and Is still going strong Then beautiful, and built, really bUilt. Make

t hoops who hold the forts allover rally.equipped Cometf logged through 3,188 tracks for a Comet at your Mercury dealer's. USE OUR [E-Z PAY PLANGOOD

the world while you fumble >Rote,, Will D.J. 4''t ,Magic Sk,..y at the FOld Motor Camp.Wonder' Rotund, Nor York Wortd'l Far, -
Just what sort of couragedo AND COMET
you want When you were I IN STOCK I

playing your courageous role in .. E4R
World War 11, 1 remember
nothing but fear Wat's thiscourage McCOTTER MOTORS

you want from today's SERVICE STORE
Americans? The kind of courageyou've MARY CARTER PAINTS 101 S, Washington Avo. Tirusvillc, Florida
shown. me the past 404 Mal Street AM 7-0731 A 'OOUcT' 01 MOTe" 5MPN1f IINCCIx NtI\CURY Division\ PHONE 2673013r .
years? .;$. ... l
Yot 've come a long ways in f'
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Sales Up For SAYE ql iii'' ::i

40-Week Period YOU IUY

Sale recorded by Wirm.DixieStores ;, : il ONE 4-LB. u. 1L mhmii
during the 40 week period ii ; C
ended\ April 4 showed un In
crease of 4.72 percent over the It!; !!!ill
i t corresponding period a year

J ago
I A total Baits volume of $(Jb9860684 ,-
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for this >'ear's 49 week

.' period surpassed last year's fig sZ& ? ; '
i "I" lire of $639.642.813 by $30,218- '
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U Itil'i!' .1 'I II IM I 'l. Ill i !' > '' '""
J Salon during the week period

I ending; April 4 totaled $69598.- *1
751 coinparicl with $b6.836.293 PEG. 690. CODELAND < _1 tk i
during the corresponding period Sausage.T591 Yj,, ,
of 19i>3. increase of $2,762.456 ,
I or 413 percent PORK \ ,
4 Wmn-Dixie earnings after
4 taxes during the 40.week period Sausage. 391
ended April 4 totaled $15201,544,
,. which represented a percentage!! 33 EXTRA STCole/ WITH PALMETTO FAR' 1 LB. 51

f to sales of 2.27 and earnings per I ; Reg.. .S29x
common share of $t.20. This _
t compared to earnings after taxesof I ",
$13371,792 during the 40weuk (
period ended April 6, 3 1. r
OR HAM Pkps. +s
1903, which represented a per. Y ,
ccntagn to sales of 2.09 and earn. 100 EXTRA STAMPS
,,. ings per common share of $1.06.
Shares outstanding on April 4 Roast; LB 39 WHEN YOU BUY ONE S-L8. PKG.
amounted to 12.632,494 compared nd
to 12.,658.019 on April 6, 1963Wmn Ground Beef PSkAb k I95
Dixie now operates a SMALL, TENDER
total of 632 retail stores and
eight wholesale units comparedto Smoked PICNICS i r ,
607 retail stores and eight 100 'Extra Top Value Stamps ;
wholesale units a year ago. SUPERBRAND W"h'" This Coupon and Purchase of aFresh

Florida All White HALF OR ON."In"OUND"ACK"IIIL

Completes Basic SLICED tHanCTED LE Ground Beef

, Combat TrainingPrivate g u. 3 3 F

, I Larry B, Goodwin, JO, /

' of son 80 of Sk Mr>land and,Mrs Titusville Bill Goodwin, will 2 DOl. 79, m ut'IIt! M '. W..1\C-::!!\ : ;.

complete his Basic Combat Train. '
ing at Fort Jackson S.C. on 100.Extra Top Value Stamps When Buy Any
April 21, 1964 This is the first

phase a of part his of active the obligation duty trainingand he GRADE "A" Piece of Revere Cookware! FROZEN FO 6

incurred upon enlisting in the
U. S. National Guard.
N.w Patriot War hot a ep.clal'Mot lined center
r While assigned to Company B, Brand New! shot spreads h'at rapidly and tvinly Gleaming. Hl-ACRES CONCENTRATE ORANGEJuice
10th Battalion, 2nd Training Brigade i i itomltM heel Intcrchongtabl covers, cool Bak
lit* "HJ't-grip" handles and knobt 6-0Z.
of this Infantry Training
50 Extra Vilne 4 9 9 ".
Center he has been introduced toa Top Stamps. RJEVEKE ON SALE THIS WEEK I Cons ,
wide variety of infantry skills, WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .
I along with intensive physical con Stainless SteelCOOKWARE PACER SLICED STRAW
ditioning lie has attended class. White 'icrio'peas Sauce Pan 'l0-o[, _
es in the tradition of the service, ..00 THIIU A/til, nTM. 5 Pkgs. .
character and the role S 49
guidance .
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of toe Army In the world today --m 'i g ''tL.j-J ONLY 5 MORTON i ,ALL FLAVORSCream
Fort Jackson uses the U. S. -
Army's tralnfire j 1 method of Pies 3 FamilyS1
I teaching rifle marksmanship. I. (. s .
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the trainee fires at pop 50 Extra Top Value Stain s s :: | 49 MPte : ]
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I terrain which duplicates com Two ...... /.0.....AN.IUDI Beautiful, durable ** DoughPole P 9 ,.
bat areas.Basic Breaded Oysters and easy to clean SEE COMPLETE SET AT WINN-DIXIE .

training Is climaxed by a .
graduation review before Major GOOD THIIU A/eIL IITN tt fs.,.,.. ..,ua.ua'4t'.a '..._.t.4 q\t.Y9l:: ; .v;.. r 'IATANYWINNDIXII i'.J'.....,<
General Charles S. D'Orsa, com 2 1 / .... ,
mending general of Fort Jackson n t1 _
Outstanding Trainees are \ j

recognized In the ceremony thatis I' I SAVE 20* GOLD MEDAL LIMIT 1 WITH $5,.00 ORDER OR MORE ; -r-Y'
open to parents and invited : '
guests 50 Extra Top Value Stamps '==-:
Private Goodwin Is a graduate WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF FI I 5 3 9 I
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of Titusville High, TitusvillePrior Two /... FeoieN GOLD KING '
\ to entering the U S Army Onion Rings

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I | House Cleaning? Don't Throw It Away, Sell It For Cash On This Page TODAY'S REAL ESTATE BEST

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f CLASSIFIED AD Camping Hunting GLAMOR Help WantedMALE Moving StorageLOCAL Real Estate WHY BUYS PAY MORE

INFORMATIONDEADLINE HELP WANTED AND LONG distance mov- HOUSES FOR SALE 800--3 bedroom, 2 tiled! baths.
,I ---- ---- -- ers. Moving storage, packing, Brand new setting picture.
folding tent
I p..". Day B.(or BUY OR rent 5,a stove, sink Icebox.camp' GIRLSfl MEN NEEDED' Train for managers shipping cold fur storage, crat I INDIAN= RIVER HEIGHTS, 3 bedroom sque landscaped lot with lots
Publication For WtJ. TtII \. er, sleeps 2476 Old I' I and assistant managersfor ing. Free estimates. 2673341. 1 bath shallow well. of beautiful shrubs. Air con
A.M. Sat. I'or Mon. PublloBtlon Double J. Campers. Florida's I I fastest growingfood
Phone Brtvard RJdgeway Mayflower. Sell) equity for $850 payments ditioned by Westinghouse! with
Dixie Highway.
:... 26715&1.I I Li" chain. Fast pension in $&J monthly. 2676899. central heat. Kitchen equipped
WANT AD RATES this immediate area. Good Plumbing Supply with bar and complete set
I o nU per word Child Care starting salary, applications! NO CITY TAXES on this extra of beautiful cabinets and
Minimum Chart' 800 taken at Jackson's Mimt Market nice 3 bedroom IV* bath homein
SEPTIC TANKSof Westinghouse Cent i n e n t a 1
WILL DO baby sitting in my corner Washington and Jackson Spruce Hills. It has 1200 sq. Extra large utility
hour day or week.! Street Titusville pre-cast concrete, steelreinforced ft. living area and is only 4 Range.
home. By ___ largo enough for
Westwood Villas section, 267- state-approved, sizes 540 years olJ. The lot Is 133 x 200 and Gracious
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE gals., 630 gals, 735 gals., and 1000 ft. Priced at $13,500 with 80 percent workshop laundry. -
Except ElUbllnhed Account -7149.--- _ _ HELP! gals.: : Grease traps I Installed l tanks financing. OAK TERRACE I living room with 8 ft.
white terrazzo
CHILD CARE by hour, day or pumped and cleaned drain fields 3 bedroom, 1 bath deep glass doors with this home-
:Iurltl.4 DlipUr Rate Available week. Indian River Heights. AM relaid. Work guaranteed. Fittman well, good location $12900 only floors makes
00 K.qu itTIi thoirlvllef 75766.. COUNTERMAN WITH Septic Tanks, Inc.. Phone AM 7. $1000 down. LANE AVENUE, one of the most outstanding
Sttr-AdTocat retervei :3 4421. P. 0. Box 2018 Titusville values in Brevard County.
Oaks 3
of Whispering bedroom
) nvtilnr or r.j.cttn Automotive Experience Priced at $13,650 with only
U d.em. Florida. air
njr advertlMmcnt which 1V4 bath, room conditioner,
bjectlontbl and to ChaoS ton For Rent WANTED APPLY large screen patio excellent lo $450 down. Call today and let
IftMtflcAtloa of advertlMment show this fine home.
any Real Estate with us you
prom that ordered to cOliform to cation. $15500 $1000. Riverfront home. Two bed
the policy of this paper.Th SHAFFER HDWE.BIG George M. Barley, Inc.!! Phone 954-
Sur-AdrocaU will. not b. FOR RENT ACREAGE FOR SALE 2673622. room, 2 bath home resting ona
re.poDIJbl. for more than 00. inCorrect APPLE PLAZA hill over looking the Indian

Insertion nor will It b. Floor Sanders, Polishers HWY FRONTAGE. 600 x 250, high LOVELY NEW 2, 3, and 4 bed- River south of Indian River
liable far la advertliemen'e
to any a ?error eater extent than- Phone AM 7-3255 INVENTORY CLERK must have ground on 3 roads excellent room homes. Forest Hills and City. Beautifully landscaped.

the coat of the ipace occupied by FACTORY PAINT OUTLET high school education! apply buy. Also several good Hwy. other areas. As low as $89.54 Property Is 90 ft. by 330 ft.

(be Item la the advertlieraent. Baldwin Shopping Center cz, City Hall 525 Palm Avenue parcels. Perkiss Realty. AM 7- per month. P. I. custom builder deep. $31,500 with open terms.
0 Titusville Florida. 3940. Zeke Evans Construction Inc., 887-Spacious estate! located a
Butlneie Office SS Main Street 2673267. few feet from north city limits
Dial AM 7-0331 For RentAPARTMENTS ..4.22a OPERATOR FOR mechanical 10 ACRES on county road near This executive type home
Office Iloure I:00 to I:SO street sweeper, apply City Hall I Lake Harney, between Geneva 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, by owner. has hardwood floors, 3 oversized
KJ.F__5yJ1ntit In'. tSOlW.48,.lle- ".
FOR RENT 525 Palm Avenue. and Mims lake privileges $5000. Whispering Hills area. Phone 267- bedrooms, two huge
T W Mero, Broker Sanford 322- 4572. bathrooms, foyer large living
Special Notice "Take a memo to the Board of Directors
requesting 2481 for appointment.
4 ROOM I apartment. cool comfort Mobile Homes room with old brick fireplace,
office." LEASE WITH option or trade.
a larger
able. 13 N. Lemon. 267-1596. den large kitchen with
NOTICEI Newly renovated, 1700
--- ----- -- TRAILERS FOR SALE approx. modern features including a
hereby wish to give notice!! that 2 BEDROOM aircondltioned 2 LARGE DUPLEX in A-l condition, sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 1 bath Country built.in laundry room plus a
I will not be responsible for any miles South of New Nassau home with one acre rich fertile dining room. ThereIs
close in. priced separate
$14,000. $1250
For Rent For Sale
bills incurred land. Also tractor with Imple
by persons other Causeway. 267-4127. also 14 35 foot base.
down $85 monthly. Call Wessner a x
_ I
2 bedroom, full bath, 10 x 50
'han myself. ----- -- ments. Located near U.S. No. 1 ment. The acres of land
Realty, 267-7125. seven
Joseph K. Rial GARAGE APARTMENT= 2 bed Small equity assume $85 monthly and north county line. Contact into
has been developed a
\pril! 15, IT, 20, 22. ((1964)) room, unfurnished, Oak Hill. OFFICES FOR RENT FURNITURE mattresses greatly DISCOUNT reduced SALES at payments 267-4434 after 5 HOUSES FOR SALE owner, AM 73858. Price at $15- citrus grove and ranch com
: Phone New Smyrna Beach! 345- p.m. 750:( suitable terms.
bination. Make appoint
If You Would Like A THREE OFFICES warehouse prices. Get them an
3472. Over Rexall Drug Store, 117 I while they last. 2111 Garden St.. TRAILER WITH nice Florida OWNER TRANSFERRED= make $950 DOWN, payment $66 a month. ment and let us show you this
offeron 3
Real Estate LicensePhone FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM, air- South Washington Ave' 267-5030. Nidy Shopping Center. 287-5733 room on corner lot. Hall's\ Trailer $3200 equity 2 bedroom 1 bath with screened estate.
conditioned, all modern. Florida or 2671926. Park. Extra Furniture $1250. 2 bath aircondltioned double porch. 267-5659. 877-Indian River Plantation
Mrs. Davis theatre building 301 Julia. ROOMS FOR RENT 267-6441. Ready to move into carporte on large shady lot, Estates. Tired of cramped
Representative Bert Rodgers FENDER PRECISION electric fenced lot 1429 Oak Terrace LUXURY LIVING. new brick subdivision living. Then see

School of Real Estate Law UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED ROOM, 2 beds, 2 base guitar. Blonde finish with 50 x 10 AIR CONDITIONED: 1 267-1935. veneer 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath this beautiful home placed on

\ 267-2392 apartment! tile bath. central adults, 2004 So. Washington. accessories plus fender leather bath, sacrifice! for 4000. Bank built in range and (oven dishwasher over an acre of land. Your
heat and aircondltioned. near ca!'e. Base guitar, list price $279:; will loan $3400. 267-7021 or 1388. EXTRA LARGE older home, largelot and disposal, intercom neighbors will have the same
Pirtle Plaza. $110 monthly. ROOM FOR RENT 602 Tropic guitar case, list price $60; worth fruit trees, rental units with AM and FM radio centraloil amount of land also. This
Animals Phone 2671928. Street near $350, sacrifice at $200. Excellent CABANA AND TRAILER lot, $24,000. $1500 down, fully furn heat and airconditioned large new home has central
fenced lot. Must sell! 2677481. ished. 2673463.GARDENDALE .
condition.) Call Ron 267-
wood burning fireplace wall to heating and air conditioning.
3 AKC REGISTERED Dachshund PALM HOUSEAPARTMENTS SINGLE OR double room in private 0331 or 267-7135 after 7 p.m. wall double low
home. 3 BEDROOM 2 carpet car garage, Priced at $15,500, $1500
puppies. 4H weeks old. 267.4676. MOBILE HOME: OWNERS bath florid room call 267-5785 fully landscaped. corner lot, down and payments of $108
7" TV. $15 limed oak dining set
$12.50 PER PERSON per week. ; after 4 p.m. $27,500. For appointment 267- per month. If desired it can
Boats For Sale $35; Trundle beds $30; air purifier LIVE RENT
be rented for $125 monthly
Rocket Motel, Mims. Phone 267-
$10 platform rocker $20
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3097. 3 1V4 bath in with option to buy.
20 FT. CIiRISBANK, cruiser must New Excellent Choice and miscellaneous. 635 Highland Imperial Estates. $1200 equity FOUR ROOM frame 2 bedroom, 852-Downtown, attractive home

I sell I Immediately Best offer Furnished DAY-WEEK, MONTH.! Reasonable Road. IRC. FREE assume payments. See at 280 living room, bath kitchen Moved located on Indian River Ave.
over $1000 65 h.p. Mercury, with rates. Air conditioned. 2874103. Key Madeira Dr.. IRC to your lot to Oak Hill. $2250. nue. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
Murray trailer. 7625680. Air Conditioned FoundGOLD $20 down payment and $20 a 267-6037 and 267-7931. beautiful hardwood floors and
I SLEEPING ROOMS: and efflclen- month will buy your own full t BEDROOM It bath, 267'5753'1 porch. Priced reasonable at

PLYWOOD BOAT, 15 x 4Vi ft. Titusville, So. U. S. 1NEW cles for rent. 801 Orange St. 267. BRACELET, with engraved acre. mobile home lot at beautiful down payment. Nicest!! (Continued on Next Page) $15,500: with suitable terms.
beam. Call
Brown I
Forest Hills.
3400 Christmas Park. Become 267-3564
initials. Owner may recover 757-Downtown apart. building,

16.FT. THUNDERBIRD all fiber. I 2.Bedroom duplex apartment.Call CLEAN ROOMS for working men. same at Star-Adovcate office and your 150 families own landlord.now reside!More here.than I.. -- "Flcridian Apartments" located
glass 40 liP electric Evinrude. paying for this ad. on Julia Street. Corner
after 5pm. AM 0391.. 2670234. I
Don't before for
buy see The
Extras included brake frame I Name Is Changed property has 3 floors contain-
trailer. First $650 takes all. See -!Slims-Fla.-- ____________ LOW rates, clean rooms for work I KEY CHAIN with 5 keys (one yourself. Only a few lots left. ing 17 rental units. Out of

at 3313 Kentucky Avenue. SEE THIS! Luxurious town house men. 103. Call 267-61S5. General Motors), in Fox Lake CHRISTMAS PARK town owner wishes to sell
-- --- -- --- apartment. Newly constructed, Park Sunday. Owner may claim This property is producing a
I WILL TRADE automobile for central heat and air conditioned WAREHOUSE FOR RENT same at Star.Advocate and paying Route 50 Christmas, Florida & good income and Is a good

boats. Don Browning Auto Sales, 3 bedroom 1 bath living room WAREHOUSE NEW 4,000 ft. for this advertising. Phone Orlando 275-1727 Investment. I
I 405 Hopkins, 267.1520.Buitdina kitchen enclosed garage. This sq. --- 755-Rental income property In
1005 Tropic St. $200 monthly. or
distance to FEMALE HELP WANTED But The Same Folks New Beach 100 ft.
I is within walking new C. A. Heller 267-0476. Friendly Smyrna
& Const. shopping center and schools.) ALLEN: REALTY from ocean. 3 completely
I For information call; G. M. liar- 4200 SQUARE FEET. Immediate WHITE WOMAN for Ironing and Cocoa 636-3790 furnished apartments on cor
VIDY CONSTRUCTION resident- ley Realtors. 342 WashingtonAve. occupancy. J. W. Childre Real- light house work Friday and ner paved street with extra
ials commercial and remodeling 2673622. tor. 267-5563. Saturday. Must have own trans. Directions 12 miles west of 50 x 100 ft. lot. Priced at
12 years in Titusville. Liceniedandbonded. portation. Call 2675815 after 6 Titusville on Highway 50 at Are All Here To Help You $20,000 and shown by appoint

Phone AM 72326. HOUSES FOR RENT For Salo pm. _ Christmas, Fla. ment.

CARE of 4 children live 572-U.S. No. 1 north 600 ft.
Business! Opportunity FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM, 520 frontage x :526 ft. deep Pricedat
Grannis Ave., near Pirtle Plaza, 1960 VOLKSWAGON $900; car- in. 267.6227.WANTED .
$80 foot. Also several
5 -- top boat $30 Zenith transoceanic per
FOR"LEASE! aircondltioned, carpeted, attract radio, $30. 2677724. PART-Time Bookkeepers MOONLANDMobile DONN SEARLEREALTOR lots, 127 x 270 ft., to the rear

ively furnished, $95. _ --- -- -- ----- for 3 to 4 hours In the evening priced at $1995 each. SOf
Modern Texaco Service Station NEW----SMYRNA: BEACH--- :3 bed KELVINATOR REFRIGERATOR : If interested please send Home Sales down, balance 5 years 6

For located Information at Hwy call 1, 257-2945 Mims. or room, all furnished 2 bath, electric 31 x 59! large freezer $40. 267- resume to Personnel Manager 412 Main St. Titusville, Florida Ok.: Located just north and adJacent
2004. Office Box 82. Titusville I to Homes Restaurant.
Post ,
kitchen 1 block; from QUALITY HOMES AND Telephone 2675000IF
write Box
185, Titusville.
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till After Florida. Only experienced bookkeepers Drive out and look it over.
beach. 267-5664 noon. SERVICE
FRIGIDAIRE TURQUOISE, pull- need apply. 569B-Lease: 12'j' acre indus
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only -4 p.m.-in-evening.- _ out oven, electric range like U.S. 1 North of Overpass trial tract with 700 ft. front

FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM: bath, -new. 267-7435. MALE HELP WANTED Titusville 267-5695 age on F.E.C. railroad north
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25c each at the Star-Advocate 305 Nldy Ave. No children. 267 -DAVOBED------LIKE-new.-----$30 ITS REAL ESTATE SEE SEARLE FIRST of city limits. $400 per month.

7498. _ _ _ breakfast set bedroom suite, end; 2 MEN TO insulate homes. 267- TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE 20-50 years with escalator
tables Kelvlnator 4658 or 2674330.EXPERIENCED. (Formerly Branch Office of XI N. Weir'& Sons Inc. clause after 20' years or as
-- 3 BEDROOM Catholic NICE church neighborhood and school. I oil stove and tank, Tillie heater, ----- COMBINATIONpresser 68 x 100 trailer lot, zoned for trailer Realtors of Pompano Beach, Florida) mutually agreed.
near cash. J. 559 2 parcels U.S.
all Phone 8 x 40. $3700 W. adjacent on
reasonably priced. for
Washington Avenue
225 Beverly Street. 2670352. 2673849. Childre Realty, 2672541. No. 1. 312 ft. and 188 ft. front
-- Minute Cleaners. -
--- ---- 60 Top wages .
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3 BEDROOM. -- ---
UNFURNISHED easy hours. 2679950. TRAILER LOTS. 93 x 140 ft. Near
Drapes and stove Included. $100 HALF HORSEPOWER shallow rapidly rowing
monthly 2004 So. Washington. well pump with Unk. Call AM GUS FAULK CHEVROLET is now U.S. 1, 35 minutes to Cape. area. Ideal business location
7.5539 after 8 p.m. taking applications for experienced Terms to suit. Tinfow, Lenore Priced low at $55 foot. Suit
3 BEDROOM 1 BATH unfurnished --- -- ---- Chevrolet mechanics. See Avenue. AM 71481.Motorcycles JUST GOOD BUYSIN able terms.

$100 monthly. Located Barna JOB TRANSFERRED Service Manager 495-Indian River Plantation
Avenue, 2670803. Had to move out of town. Take For Sale Estates. Slightly over one
\I JESS W. CHILDRE over balance on furniture Cal AGE 2540, driver's license required. acre building lot. $2100 with

2 BEDROOM, nicely furnished, no Adjustors at 2675735.: Lawn Spray Service. 1963 HONDA 300. Take up pay. $200 down and $50 monthly.

-elALTOR uIkDeACREAGE children, no pets, $125 monthly Phone 2675530. ments. Call 2670409. REAL ESTATE 190--8 acres on a good dirt
267-7021 or 1388.UNFIJRNISIIED ------ --- --- --
road a few feet from U. S.
record player, $95 Hot point air. between
: YOUNG MAN 20-30 yearsof Motor Scooter For Sale. No.1. 8 miles north of Titus-
NEW. 3 bedroom) conditioner, $50; Singer portable Wanted train for credit -
I age to .
tiled bath central machine IMEDIYTE OCCUP.\ CY. New 4 bedrooms, 2 baths near! Magnolia ville. This area Is presently
town house. sewing $20. Tropical Must
heat and airconditioning with or Motel, IRC Phone 2679962. manager position. Excellent SCOOTER. 1958 BELLA 7V4" h.p.,, Plaza. Attractively designed with brick front and circular undergoing much develop.
be school graduate -
without Near Pirtle Plaza. -- -- high $60. 267-4229 after 6 p.m. driveway. Central ducted heat and a kitchen that leaves ment. Priced at $12,000 with
for advancement :
$135 monthly. 267-1928. 1964 GE AIRCONDITIONERS, all opportunity benefits Include --- nothing to be desired $600 moves you\ in and puts an end 29c down

sizes. Discount prices!! ColonialTV weeks Company vacation. Free hospitalization ENVELOPES Business Sizes to your rental problem. 173-:Mims\ 10 acre ranch with
IRC 2 bedroom like new, adults. and Appliances 2300 So. US. 2 bedroom home. High and
no pets. $80. 2676149. 6p.m. -!' 1. 267-4107. Retirement plan. Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp NEW 2 BEDROOM country home. Block constructed with Ter- dry and all cleared. This parcel
Only ambitious young man need for mailing Full stock at Star. razzo floors and oil heat. Nice sized lot. $8,500 total price Is 3 miles west of Mims.

_. -- NEW SPINET PIANO apply. Appointment: can be Advocate. with $850 down. Low monthly. Priced at $18950 with terms.
3 BEDROOM 1 BATH!, kitchen Walnut finish, full size only $495. made for (!evenings Saturday or) line. 153 on
160-County acres
200 acres, North of Rims, one mileof equipped, airconditioning ten Easy terms arranged. Sunday through previous ar IDEALLY LOCATED. Trailer house and cabana on large shady north county line. Close to

River frontage one mile of tral heat drapes included. Walk KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC rangement.! Contact R. L. Hea- lot $6,993. Indian River and new canal

\ railroad frontage. Only $650 per Ing distance to schools and shop- 2126 W. Tropic 2676385 ton, Goodyear Service Store 315 NEAR HIGH SCHOOL. Very neat 3 bedroom home on well lite. Good county road to

acre, terms, ping. $125 monthly. Call 2674477for -- South Hopkins Ave.-, Titusville.-- -- -- landscaped lot in A.1 location. $12,900 with $1000 down. property. Priced at a low
appointment SIMPLEX go cart with extra tires -- --- 25
,fall: Mr. Floyd R. Stone withJ. helmet goggles/ etc. $125 635Highand TV AND: APPLIANCE salesman. OVER 2 ACRES with 600 ft. !county! road frontage. Would make $273 Dixie per acre. Nevins
W. Childre Road IRC. Company benefits $75 salary, 101- Highway near
Realty 6 nice sized homesites. Just 10 minutes from Titusville
LEGAL PADS Big!! Supply, ISo _- --- commission. W T. Grant. Pirtle Plant. 2 acres of high land,
Brokers AM 7-2541 Invited each at Star-Advocate Office FURNITURE a rooms of- flu Plaza. Interviews, 95., Monday causeway. -1,500' with $450 down. 378 feet frontage on highway.

furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite.: thru Saturday Car WashThis 5n ACRES 1300 ft. off U. S. No. 1. All high and dry and a real Ideal location adjacent to
7 piece dinette all only $13 K bargain at $4,800 with $800 down. Owner will consider! any new grove and across street
per month. Decor) Furniture 2W STATION ATTENDANT.= 30 to 50. cash offer. from subdivision., Cute one

SEE OAI City. Phone 2677613. lion North Titusville. totally new RAM-JET: do it- 3 ACRES on good road near U. S. No. 1. $3850. Terms. northern part of property.Will .

yourself 24 hour coin operatedauto sell all or part. Very liberal
ONE ACRE North of Slims on County Road. $250 down and $35 terms available.
: MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing laundry Is absolutely unbelievable mo. 404-Over one full acre restricted

Westwood Manor I t I The customer 60 x 185 BUILDING LOT Just off Rt. No. 46. Total price $375 cash. homesite. High dry and
just far enough out to lend a
: clean Inside and
a car
: can get
MODERN: DUPLEXES with room for expansion. Excellent return real country atmosphere. Paved
out for less than 60c. Operators on this investment will be shown to interested parties. streets of course, and excellent -

report earnings of $800.00 to Priced for quick sale and shown by appointment only. water. An ideal place

LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL Old Dixie HighwayBRICK $1,500.00 per month. No employees COME and IN and let us show you our fine selection of) Lots, Houses play.for your Choose children yours and now pets to to

LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES required. $4.500.00 mini. Acreage. you're;the not aio rca rih$2995Is just

mum cash required balance!!
WATER Etc HOMES 3 Bedroom 2 Full Tile $295 down.
can be financed. Act today and

Baths, Central Heat, Built In Range own the RAM-JET Auto Wash 8DAHEHBURG

: wI Hood, Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice of franchise In your area. Only

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY responsible investors will be con- \
Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. R. G. .. Reg.
sidered. Call or write: Ml 7-6363 .. .Q

TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on Also F.H.A. Homes from $13,750.00 to RYAN :;elkm Broker

Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more &
U.S. 1 to
14500.00 1 $450.00 Down. Ready for William A. Massey REALTY
mile to our entrance on right. For free Informationcall ASSOCIATES:

267- 586. Occupancy. & Associates J. D. LAVENDER JOE JOHNSON 1514 South WashingtonAM

DRIVE 267.5437 267-5293 267-2802 PHONE 2674691DAY OR NIGHT
Winter Park Florida and get better and faster service


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Real Estate ServicesROOFING. IV Tilt: C'IRrnT COO MT OV TIIKMMII : IX Tilt: t'IlttTIT tussle 0.' Till: IX Tilt (iaSIT tIll HT Ol THE plumbing ventilating. Irrigating EDNA M RATO.V '1.....**.'I
JillKIU I ( IHtlT. INM MS Til .11 l>lfl It. CIHCIIT. IS XIXTII" oIt1>l\t\l. IKttir INl and povemavstemmachIne. >frI< 51: TO < !HKiMrnni' ,
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Real Estate HOUSIS FOR SAL PAINTING: : additions, "Kit, NTtTK: IIV fKIKIIIV I OKIII. I IHIIIt and appurttnaniea. which now EDNA M. RATON': : d.ceiw t. far
and general repairs. All work M ( II \:'iI tKt "Ml., tftIMTHB ( IMMhKt MVHIH al1Mllll > ( II \ M > KXII. tlttMIIOMH are or may hereafter pertain to hertty notified aol required to>> flit
guaranteed, free estimates licefr MOA.VKNS: : BANK FOR I I. 11%' I'l HI.H' 5 I III" : KKHKRAL: AVi.voa' AVD! or h* uneil with In or on .a14 any claim or iletnanda which they
HOUSES FOR SALH TITUSVILLE NEW 3 bedroom, 2 RAVINOt IN THK CITY OP NKV1IKK :\\' AHY BLLKN: OIHHONtT, LOAN AHVOI IATKIV: OK OR- pr..mlan. even though skew b. may han oglat: i .1,1),I Inutc In 'lib.
ted and bonded. 2673411. a New York corpnratlnn PlaIntiff ANti IC: corNTnn nuoilntlan. ..- 'Iptn.'h.l. nr delachable.OVITNESP office) nf the ""nty jul.. it Br..
bath airconditioned home. $830 Plaintiff VI! inting unili-r, the Iowa :of ih. fnlieilotateii my h.n.1 .n,1 tho seal noel, Count> Klorlilit, In the court
WESTWOOD VILLAS, 3 bedroom, down $101 per month. Camp. BRICK. BLOCK and cement work. n. i KSTER DANIEL oinnovs.Defendant. :of Amerlia. of thla) Court at Tltuavllle. lire tiflime. nt VIto, DIr. P'Isrlcln. wIthin
1 bath backyard fence wall to bell Associates Inc., 210 S. Wash. Free estimates. Verger Construe. JAMES 8. nLACKlKY and DOR Plaintiff.VI yard County. Florida. thin ilnl ,day sill calrnilnr monthtram the ,dataof
llfHV C. IILACKLhY.: hla wifeOefenilanta. Til KATEH DAVIFh UIIIHOVrtKoule nf April 11114ICOUHT the firm pnhll.. ln of thl.
267.7325. tion. .
AM r 75728.COOK'S
wall carpet living room and ,' 1. Hon 407-A DA.NA U SMITH anil WANDA J. ( MEAL not Ire, Ka: ,'h lalm. or ilmnanrl mum
dining room, $700 down, $69 LOVELY ,url< K: 'it lOt iiSTATK O Fallon Mlnaourl HMITII hla wife. et al. Cl'RTIS R BARNES Clerk to* In writing ,,ni mull itite the
monthly 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath WELL DRILLING Servo 1*' FLORIDA TO. VOl AKK IIKIIKUY: : NOTIFIES nef<>mlant. RY V. II. ttp..I.rP.pul plum' or rmldeni. P nml po.t-office
no qualifying. 2672802. home. Spacious living room, air. ice licensed. insured work guar. Jan..-. M Illacklev anilHiirnihv tbal a Complaint' for Mvorre has MITUF (II' Mil r ClerkApr ddreM of ihr .. 'Ulmunt ami, mimt
C Illuckley, hla wife. been ru.d ,aoraln.t, )'UII and you am. be nworn to h\ \\t\-\ .Claimant.. hU
conditioning, carpeted fenced anteed. THF. STATE Ilr' n.OKIU.A
SOUTH 2673245. J2, :2! IS Weil. 1901
LAKE 3 bedroom t. May45 ( )
fencedIn mm Kirby Street hereby required., I oacm\. a copy or 10: Oana R. XiTillh an yard. Many extras. 108 Thorn ---- ---
$400 down, $64 monthly. Plenty Raleigh North Carolina your Answer to Ih* lull of Ion, 1. Mmlth hU wlfVVa.hlnnton come void, i>rc:"rlIn. I I": law
fruit trees roses, and shrubbery. ton. 2671639. PAINTINC, expert reliable and anil all purlin claiming* Intrreila. plaint mi the Plaintiff attorney AvenuiClevnlHllil. For Your April W), IMt
satisfying work Estimates glad. by, through, untler 0 afalnm I Ihi- anil to rile the orlalnnl Annwer In T.n ne.... .' II. T WillIs m.
lilA qualify Titusville, 4254 Al- 3 BEDROOM: deep well, closed I ly. AM ".())778. pill Jam. S. Illackley anil, Dorothy the office nf the clerK nf the Cir. TOV AUK IIKItKHY MlTtflRD Printing Needs! H. T Wllllami. Kxrrutor
achua Ave. C. Blatkley. hi. wife anil, .nil |mrtlihavlni -. tilt, Court on or before the 21 it ilaynf ) ./ John T. Itaron
garage, on Hillcrest Avenue thin a HUH)! has I Ip"n flleit, 4coio.troll
or <'ilatmln to h avean v Mnv 19ft4. If you fall to ilo a
contact Credit Union. Patrick FREE LP bottled gas installation. In the alnue laime and, you arerequlreil See The John T Boron atlnrney toe
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH terrazzo right title or Intereat, In the real I Iprperty judgment bY default will lie takenagalnat .
019 N. U. S. No TitusUlle. ,, to filentii, nniwer with K: eoulor. P. O Snot 1-!9STlluavlllp .
Air 1. Sberrnnher'ittr.'rihni. j h relict ilemaH.I I.I I.
Force Base. 494-2153. with lniirovemrnt| you
floors, carpeted airconditioned, Suburban Gas :in \the 11 rt"rort Complaint the Clerk of thin. Cnurl anil I toaerve Star Advocate FloridaApr. .
Propane Service.
well and I a copy thin of upon I the plaintiff K. ::19.1.; ., H, 11: )tWr1\ sprinkler double DATKI I) Tltuavlllo, Horl.la. thin
system, CHRISTMAS: in VOIt! AND KACH OP YOV hereby al
IS today Titus. 2676411. I :21)!)) ,day of 191.4.K'OI or It. mtorn.'v. I'nrlrr( I.. l'..- .
carporte, good location, pav ville! This owner will give $2000of lake notice that a suit haa bern 'HT "faLlCurlla April den Jr., of tho sf0,'" of chenter RWhlllla. f'0 SI 5TksI.0.P1 g 01THK TIlE: f' KH"'Y. :
ed street possession May 1. SINGER: SEWING Machine Co. filet against you In the ahmiatyleil IHI4 One North lat 50\ I II KIM I T\I.'T' ..C 1 lit:
his improvements to lucky K. llarneaIKlIM OraniieHiillillnic ..
of thu mill .
Call 267.2981 after 5 or call sale and service. shears court Tha nature (' BARNB9.: : drlnniln, "Plorlila not Inter MTUI. : .rtr.
p.m. Pinking ..
buyer before rerlaln '
May 1st. Transfer I In to foreelane that morlmiceiluteil \\ \ IIIMf: )', ii. C.
267-2511 ext 250. forces sale of this deluxe 4 bed etc. sharpened. Phone AM: 7- !May 2(. taos), anil, flKil ofr'or.1 I Clerk Hrtvaril Circuit County Court, Florida.. to than tIn:May a Decree 2), IIMil\ I'r.I If(Continue ymi fall, will an NVhereaa. aatlafaclory esilaiCompimoiler ,net ha< been prtientcil, to th.
---- In official Hecnnlallook
MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2, 3, room, 2 bath, Forest Hill home 2244. public 2WI pane 4jn.! ulillc Kernriln, of Ily: Hertle HallDeputy be entered. aKalnit. von fur:, Ih. relief of the Currency Nat th"nr..vort ot SinaI Rank"rlorlcl.
ilemanileil the
or 4 bedroom homes, brand new with built in vanity modern llrevnril,1 Cnuntv Florida, i-niiinih.T-. I fKALFUAVCKS > ('I..rkrOI'nT Thin null I In ti, fnreilnap In s Cnmulitlnl.miirlxafe.The loialed In Tltuavllle, Stale of I Iprovlnlona .. han complleil with allITnllcil
kitchen and service bar. Assume Inll the hprnlnafler clenorlbeil roilpruperty I of lb.ntatuteo of Ihinmplled )Mtiite required to bekor54oI
FREE1! real ,
propwlnl: ilHHtla
In area of much higher priced I The nama of the Court ANN JAV1ESON ; property a with before. bring autIneaa to comnirnci I lhi> On.- -
homes. Small down payment and existing mortgage with sensible L.P. BOTTLED GAS i In whi, h mM, ...11 la penillnK In tin. i Aitwnev for PlaintiffPoat : I" nf banking aa a Nnllanal 1 Ihnklnll Alinrlntloncortlfy : .
monthly .will work of the Ninth Juilt.UI. Office Ron III Lot :25. 8hnily. (Oak. Paiirlh Aililltlon. ; .
only $85 monthly total payment.VA payments Circuit Court Now, therefore, I h rbyanaoihillon that tOe al'>\f>-niiinpilmenc .
out additional finances if INSTALLATION! Circuit In anil for the County of Cap Canaveral. l'loriIaApr atinnllnii t 0, lit. pint la authnrlaed', I lo com the bumneim or, Slashing '
no down payment BRENT-:, neces llmvaril. Htata of Florl aa a
WOOD ESTATES. west on Gar. sary. Only 20500. Campbell SUBURBAN: PROPANEGAS : very Nit, 'St-W anil the abhrevlatetl -.- .------ 17. I'.... M, Publli Iteii.nla, ,,f In teailmnny whureo wllna c-amy ilinntur, amial of
den St., AM I 7-7142 or 6325655. Associates Inc., 267-7325. SERVICE title of 11.cello I. The Seamen. l 1"1 Till.: Illl I IT I III HT OK till'MM : Itn-varil County. KlnrlilaToother ... orfh' :2flth! day of March, 1911(.
2019 U. S. 1 N. 267.6411 Hank For Suvlni.. In The City of II .1t1'11I\I. I lIlt I II. I with all .lru1 ur,'" nivlIninrnveincnla SEAS: .
TITUSVILLE. 3 [ 2 bath IMPERIAL ESTATES, new 3 bed. New York, n New Ynrk corporation.Plaintiff \1!II I'OH IllS '.t \KI I III >'I S. now :nml'% hi>rraflrron I'hut..r, No. UR1:! .'
BEDROOM. room bath and half must sell so. .. H. niaikley anilUnroihv ,i IllIltIllu. IX I II \ 156\ >"I.II"n", anil flxiurta 1111,1,11ed I Jam.. 3 fPaxon
double carporte, large living C Illackley hla wife Difenilnnm .. XII ."MW thereto; III... all ..a. tniin, ("omplroller of the Currency
room, wall to wall carpet. 13750. Immediately Low down pay DONUT MAN: IS BACK! Call! orders worm s-.ii: IOKM l.I't HI: U IHIIMTON : .1"1.' .. wut'r "nd, olh.r l 1..1.. Apr a: :29! :May (. 11, :30! 37 June & Ii), IT W".I l.) loll!! ,
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Campbell Associates, Inc. 210 S. ment, 267.6567.LAKEFRONT early. Will Deliver. Anita The ilricrlptlon: of the real property I- FhDKKAL. MAVINOH n n n n
Invulveil, In ail sit anil ilenirlbeil I ,
Motel Donut Kitchen 2675391. AND I OAN AJISDCIATION. a I'll
Washington Ave., 267-7325. I
the Complaint I. aa fulinnle.1 ,
ESTATES has the' In Iteil teirurl oral ion.

WHISPERING: OAKS, 3 bedroom. homes with advantages you'll I FREE BOTTLE gas installation. 10"I.ot. 1:1: flInch M "I'N\VOOO Plaintiff, Club & Lodge Notices I

2 bath family room. corner lot like. 3 bedrooms, IVi baths at No gas deposit required, no mini I'AIIK t1L'IIIHVIIIION! No.1, inuorllng Ya.k. F FPEVTE8 and PATItlCIAKirKVThM
with sidewalks $500 down, no 12,600. $500 down, $$79.38 monthly mum bills. Phone 267.3076 or 267- 10 pIal th"r..o'. .. rr-. : hi. wife Tit I-I: UM I'KlMTATIM >
In Plat Rook 12. page Jt : OK AM :lnl'A I IJA.MKH .n.1
closing costs, 1706 Smith Dr. So., including P and I., 24 year mort 1989. Titusville Gas Co I'ubllr llocnrili. of llrevanlounty ; : PKUKY MAl'lK inS
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Please call 2671770. gage. Large lots. Just south of -- <' Florlila DOKOTHY K:. MAI'dv hla wife
Whispering Hills Country Club Used Cars & TrucksWILL \OI' ANI> KACH: OF YOU are rtala. TITUSVILLI GARDIN CLUB
3 BEDROOM 1 BATH. redecorated (Route B. required to file your anawer to Ih,' O..r.n"nl. ROTARY CLUB YORK-RITE
405)) George Barley Complaint with the Clerk of the. 1l\ BODIES I

Whispering Hills Area, I Inc., Titusville 267-3622. TRADE automobile for any above ntylfd Court and nerve a NOTICE In a Id Final HEREBY nP<'r.. of UIVKNpuriuant MoIDIte 0 MEETS THURSDAY datitral. melting all circle! 2ndMondai
near schools $600 down, no thing of value. Browning Auto copy (hereof upon Plnlntlffe attorney Fnrei.lnaure, iluli-d. April II. 12:15 P. M. of Oct.' Nov., F...., March Of North Br.vard County .
qualifying monthly payment TITUSVILLE BEDROOM. 2 bath, HTRWART L. AYitti5 11It'1 .n,1 entered In Oh sneer p C.., May. Tim. and plies to be announ
modern kitchen all conveniences. Sales 405 Hopkins._ 2671520. who.* adilreia I. Pot Off let IlnxWI3 No. :JIU49 of the L'lnult Court ot aed.. Etecutly lloanl lait Tuesday
Call J. W. Vhildre Realty
$106. ,later Hllli Club ,
Kin lallle Florida not WMtporlng Country ark month, October thru May.
the Ninth JudlUal Circuit In and
267.5563. Florida room, airconditioned CHEVROLET, '56, 2 door, 6 cylinder than the 21al day of May A.I). IoniC! for Hrevard County Klnrlda, where' Dick Simonet Prei.H. Indian River Chapter No. 27
$18,000. Campbell Associates, standard shift good con a. required tir law elM, a ilerreepro In HOSTON .'.:I) :ltAI. HAVINUrT Mr*. I. A. Rlgull, Trtalilent. ROYAL ARCH MASONS
BEDROOM home 2 lonfeaao will be entered Raln>t !. T. Sec'
LARGE 3 bath 210 So. Washington. 2677323. dition. $300) 267.2716. AND lOAN AKHOrlATION. a Walker. ,
on corner lot. $300 down, $94 _. you nml each of you I'nlled lila'''. pnrpoiatlon. la I'laln-
-- -- Clifford Yoder
monthly Call Wessner Realty, 61 TEMPEST air- .. hand and affixed
sports coupe, ha\e hereunto .t mv -
"K.NTKX.: wife TIlE
2677125. conditioned, power radio heater, the rifflclal *eal of aalil Cnurlal INITKI: ) STATES: OF hit AMERICA;: ; Titusville Chap. No. 6 i I BETA SIGMA PHI Gill Wllliimi, Secretary
EDGEWATER, wooded lot, facing Tltun\llle Brevard CountyFlorida Meeting lit end IrdThuridey
automatic, bucket seats Need an.l JAMES: DKVVKY MAl'LK 1..1
Muss 3rd
thla 17 day of April A I) OE.S.BERTiI. Wednesday 7:30 P. M.at .
Indian River paved street $6,- little body work. $1100. 267. DOROTHY K:. MAl'CK. hi. wife, ( 7:30 P.M.
800. Park Avenue Realty 103 E. 1961. are Defendanta, I will aell to the ... XI 11..1'tU. Masonic Ttmple, Tlruivllle
LEWIS & BROWN 7849 after 5 p.m. hl.h..t .n.1 beat ble".r" for caah .t ,\ DEMO.VD: 01015 I..t.t.
Fla. of the Clrrult CourtIlrevnnl
Park Ave.
lbs Front Door nf the IIrevarlCounty .
1..I..n. HIRAM
FloridaUY Matron 13.
-- --- WILL County Worthy I.
TRADE automobile for Courthouae
any ... In the lily of 041.44w
ATTENTION BUILDERS 6 lots : /./ .rU. Hall Tlluavllle, Mro. Mary Allc. KIltIn.. Secty.
kind of garage equipment. OlerklUEAI County of II revar I Florida TIlr.T.IIIIIC.ItI)" R. & S. M.
BUILDERS, INC. as Is, $2200 each. Shady Oaks Browning Auto Sales 405 Hop OF TIIK neputv: CIKClTir COI'RTt at II DO A.M. on the Suth lay of Mania lat 'loll 3rd Tueadayit : I pl\ Murjr Jan, "ll.ni.il*
April 1964. the following; ileicrllieilproperty l'r..lilentAM R. V. Bikei
subdivision. large storage ware Slfwnrt L. AyersAttrnnv i Maaonl Tempi
kins, 2671520. aa aol forth In laid FialIH'rrrc .
149 Tuscarora Road house and small house included. for Plaintiff I of Mortgage. Fureiloaure, to- \ KTAflnlill T4UJrr Thrice Illustrious Master.
I'oit Office Box ft>3Fau
Indian River City Florida Call owner. 2675963. Wanted To Buy lallle, Florida, I wit: ) I.a..l'iao.
267-7678 Apr. 22. 29 May 8. 1:1: (Weil.) iqitl Lot M. Block F. I.KEWOODFOHKHT AM '-.OSV Gill Williams Recorder
SECTION 2. ., Indian River
Sale Rent -- ------ ...
or GLASS SHOWCASE Bex 848, In, th* Pint' thereof aa recorded, mi nrrMU Mtett 2nd Wednesday at 7JO: ,P.M.
CUSTOM BUILT HOMESLet I Slims, Florida 32754. IV Till: elIot 1'1 ir 4111 HT III-' Till: In Plat Hook U: Hagit HM of lbs Lodg. No. 90 On, I. Nellera rreililentDistrict Matenlc TampCOCOI/
NINTH 011111\1. .IHtlr. 1 INNII
_. Public Keconla of Ilievard
LEAVING TOWN sacrifice new 3 --- --- \ Hilt IlIet: .\HII ( III '\iTilK \. County. Florida, together with F. & A. M. .0'81\
us build a new home bedroom, IVi bath. Large bacic- GOLD COINS I ,lulle pay up to 4 ". III tIN the following: Meett 2nd A 4th Thurideys 7:30 BREVARlTcOMMANDERYNo.
yard, partly sodded. Assume low times face Gowan. 2(57-( ( ii \N( m\ MI anitu: Hilly, Mater Heater Model< M-9 Masonic :11 24 K. T.
for remodel Temple No.
you, or your Mini ITI) !It!,:r r:NlCKVTIIAI > Ker 7JKU4: 40 (lalNutone .
1514 Garden Strret.
down. Lake 3687 !
payments, $450 2199 tlAVIVO MASK INTIIK .
J. If MnitirW
Hood over exhaust fan m. Stewart
present one. Ask the people Side Rd. ----- CITY DP- NF.W'DltK.. aNew :11001 perle.William. -. Frank Florida Nursei Ann Lacy Ramer, Eminent Cemmtnd'r
GOOD, CLEAN: COTTON: RAGS. Harden Reefy. .
York Ranking Corporation .
who own a "Lewis & Fnraalre Wall HuaterMod _____ ___ '
Services Star Advocate, Main Street. Plaintiff. SO-n "HIT agriA n Meets First Tuei. Gill Wllllami. Ricerder
Brown" home! V.. Two (12k Market Bath heaters
USED AUTOMOBILES, City Auto ALFRED E. SMITH and* Moil 241 Junior ChamberOf of each month 8 p.M. Mute 4th Wednesday: 7i3: P.M.

I EXPERT TREE service of all Parts. AM 73686.WanfedTo. KAHAII W. UMITII hi. wife, ant, (I. R nulll-ln flange Mod, Jlt20 At rir.l Federal. Having ami loan Maaonl Temple, Cocee
MAItUAUKT II HATCHEIOH.aln.le. T S Ilr. Her. lIT 04i.nl'; :
kinds. Any time 2678687.
All Commerce frealilenl Dorothy Foriler. n.X.Secretary .
Inntalled In.
LOOK AT THIS IN Rent Defenilanta, permanently : llorln
elu.llnathe bullling! and appnrlnn. Mlllner PILOT CLUBr"r
HOME IMPROVEMENTS. No job TO: ALFRRD R: aMInO and asses located' thereon, together with Earl Spencer, Prei. I'hon. AM T-5UTJ
too small. Kitchens a speciality. SAHAH'. WMiril. hi. wife, the furnltur. furnlahlnga, anil flu.
SCOTTSMOOR! 267.0234. I' COUPLE: WANT 2 bedroom house and MAHHARKT: n. HATCHKIOR. turea altuat therein, anit, located Steve Penteno, See'yCitizens CZECHOSLOVAIC.AMERICAN Mrs. Betty Janet, P......
prefer furnished. Carporte or : alngleKeiililence thereon. Dank Building.

NEW 2 bedroom, 1 bath homes, I PAINTING: : inside and outside. 2676765.garage. IRC or Bellwood areas. YOU ARE IIFREHV L:' :nown NOTIF1FD 1)454.SlATED thin Zlat day nf April, Meets Every Thursday 7:30: P.M. CLUBOf Meeting -12:00:lot Dixie and.:3rd Hotel Wednesday

1 block west from Allen's Service Call AM 7-7408 _. that a ault to foreclose a Mortgage CorRT UFA I.I Titusville

Station, then 1 block north T-V SERVICE---CALLS--only -$2.95-, Work WantedACET. ---- above h.. been(ouit. filed by) agalnat the above you In named the. Clerk(THTIM of tha It TIARNKa CIrcuIt. Court; TITUSVILLE POST MO. 1 Sll Grinnis Au.R..lar Executive Board Monday

follow the signs! and why pay more? T. V. Servo Plaintiff The property sought to b. Rrnvard.. County FloridaBY ) neaUBia loll Widneaday of Before 1st Wednesday
AND electric welding. Call foretlo.ed I ; la aa followi: Hertl MallDeputy -
ice Center 267-3883. lol I Id. iKACOADT KHOHE8 Clerk AMERICAN each month Hall open each Tueailay' TITUSVILli/
Total Selling Price Clinton 57690. South Daytona L'NIT NO 6. HKCTION 1 ,aocnrdlng 'oURaIiON AND COL'RffHON Thurwlay. slid Saturday ...nln, at
Beach Florida. In the plat thereof aa las Forlv-Ft Htreet Wl II LEGIONHarry I pm. PUBLIC LIBRARY
recordml In Plat Hook II PalS Miami Beach Florlila 83140 I
PAINT INTERioR: and exterior.! 81f. Public Ritcorda of Brevard Apr. 22 (Wed!) IM4 ftlavka llehtn 1421 Dma Road -
___ __ Teetrlck. Comdr. -
S8,500.00Reasonable BUILDERSWANTED Call afternoon or evening. 267. ('ount,ARE. FloridaYOU HKQl'IHFD. to) fll. Saul llyara. Ailjutanl VETERANS WORLD WAR I I!iCoHS; :

4103. your Annwer with th. Clerk of Ih. Menlo lit anil Drd l Tu.."., BARRACKS 114 Won. thru Fri. !9 a.m. 8:00 p.m.
---------- L.glon Hall, I pm.
Down Payment, YOUNG LADY, good personality Court Plaintiff.and S Attorney o.rrV. a, copy KKKKII upon: the* Meets first Wednesday Saturday m 9_ a.m.. --S:30 p.m.
excellent I references wants day NATHANHO.N. 210 Kouth Waahlng- Old 1rn& each month, American
$80.00 or Less Per Month. "FOREST HILLSESTATES" work ton Avenue. Tltu.vllle. Florida, not : Woman's Club of ,0 Legion Hall with Cover. Titusville Lodge No. 1962 ::..
or steady job. 267-1724 at- ,
later than May 21 W4 If you fall ,
; fd Dlnh Luncheon, 1 lwniTa:7: Loyal Order Of
12 Year Mortgage ter 4 p.m. to am lo ao, a deirea pro eon t..o will Titusville Inc. pm -
be entered .,.In.t POll for tIle relief L. E. Pepper Comdr. MOOSEMeets
WILLING INTELLIGENT college demanded. In the Complaint. Meets lit Monday of Each Month Tom Watson Qm. ,
girl desires work. ExperiencedIn \MTNKHrt my hand and leal of Meets Tuttdiy I p.m.

Homes For Sale! $3000 Per Lot! general office work. Ann aalil 2iuh day Court. of at April Brevard 1944.I County thin I October thru May TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUB 1 Mile North.of. Mimi, en U. S. I

CHAS. JANNARONE Welly AM 706G3. CUUKT BEAUCurtla I Mri. J. J, Condos Prei. Jim MaRble Governor
1-3 bedroom, 2 bath at 118 PIneS K. (lame.. 0 '\ 1 ____- Ralph Brokiw. Sec'y
Titusville Shopping: Center Circuit Court 7:00: pm. Thursdays
Clerk of
Titusville YOUNG MAN, 18 desire
crest (U. S. 1 S. near ace \ -
AM 73441AWNINGS Hy: V 8 spongier
work after school weekends. 267- PYTHIAN Flotilla Restaurant ;;
Howard Johnsons). Deputy Clerk "The mootheat running O -3-
2716. 13 Weil\ ) 1M4 South Lake
Apr 22. 29 May e. I I .
Only $13,900.00 famllle are tho that believe I SISTERS II. 0. Benzenhafer V r month .o'

In teen work." Tlluavlll Tempi 21 President P. M. -
2-3 bedroom 1 bath Indian Me.ta 2nd A 4ih T..".. 13 I
River Heights. REAL ESTATELAKE of .ach ,month al. dp m. J, W. Scruggs, Jr., Sec'y 1 May

Mn. Doiiglaa, Futch M K.C. r Hirdln .
Mr.. .. H. Ht.wart [
Ileely. '
3-NEW HOME under construc For Home or Trailers Cab- I Mrs Evelyn; Freeman I'lanlrt ttorth BraYI..d' *4 4Hou.man' I AM MJMettir

tion. 3 bedroom, 2 baths cen anas Carports Utility FRONT Delightful 3 Bedroom home on shaded REAL ESTATE 5 p.m.

tral heat, double carport.Titus In Screened and Florida Rooms. 1 acre lot on lake only 25 min. from Titusville. Truly KIWANIS CLUB M.ota Second Club
Gardandale Section of : Monday Each Month NorthBrsvaTdR.habilitaiion .

ville. No Money Down! a dream house in a heavenly setting. $27,000.00. SALESMENATTENTION M..ri Tuodiyi 7:00: P. M. Center .

UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAYI Terms. 12:10: pm.WHISPERING Lawrence Parker Pr... No. William Aye. ,

HILLS (;) Phon. AM 7-4o2 Arthur Dunn Alrpert
House Lot For Sale! N. Brevard Awning COUNTRY CLUB month
6 ACRES Industrial site inside city, close in, Great Po- Chris! Parker See'y Mists 2nd Thurs. erery
Dor I* )'rialmieeainsi I ___ .. PUBLIC INVITED
Located SR46. Size of lot 50 x Sales : tential $40,000.00, terms arranged. ARE YOU AMBITIOUS? Tom lieu, North Br yard Prl.t W. Lee PertainSec'y
IfecretarrB. Shrine Club
130'. Total price only $275.00. 267-6333 or 267-2779 3rd -< Mri. Martha Faulk .

--- __ 1 MOST GORGEOUS homes in Cape area, 3,4 and 5 bed DO YOU WANT SUB I P. O. E. ELKS LODGE Thursday 7sJO: p.m. Phono AM 7-1041
-- -- -
STANTIAL Meet At ---
No. 211)
room. Let us show you these completely different .

Kids Walk to School homes for discriminating tastes. Outside city but DO YOU, OR CAN YOU I Meats Monday Nlghti/ ELKS CLUB II
123 S. W.thington Ac.I .V Chas. Heller Pr... TLTTITUSVILLE

conveniently located. $25,750.00 terms. LIVE IN OR NEAR 'tlock Frank Dard.n, $.<',.

Fran Vvlplut/ I. R,
ONLY $693 down No closing costs puts you in extra TITUSVILLE? Ru..." CaUhtldtr, Soc. Ph. AM 7414 LITTLf.

nice 3 bedroom 2 bath Home in Excellent neigh Generous Commission -- I VITERANS OP THEATRE, INC.
THujyllle Toattmuters lit Tuo" of Mo. 1:00: p. "'.'
t1 Moms Love the Kitchens! borhood. Schedule AvailableFor FOREIGN WARS '\ Sills Thealr .11.... all H.... Art--
Meet Wednetdayt MMtlag* lad ills jI'\o _. _._-
l <:45 fMChintleleir. Thr.....,.. | p>|. each TirL'nLLa

75 ACRES with over 1000 feet U. S. 1 frontage. Pricedfor Full ParticularsCall ., / cTubOfMit S P.M. Dally Scottish Rite

speculation. Excellent for development, only or Visit Inn 705 Magnolia A".. Club P. O. B.. 10)

$1600) per acre. Terms arranged. Ralph Schlb l, Cammindtr Floyd C. Brown Pr.*.'
Dads Relax in Comfort Bob Yevngi, Pres. AM 7-J7W Milt Morttntcn, Quirt.rtnaafrTITUSVILLE John W. PraIse $*er{

----.--- M<*l Ia Sad Ta.,- Ills, p.4.)
Donn Searle M....!. T**>|.l.
8 RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB Tltutvlll Chapter

PARK HOMES $16,200. FHA 611 S. WASHINGTON AVE. Tltjsvllle, Florda School lit Man. Itch Meeti SECRETARIES .
i) Month lit and 3rd .
( 7(39
( p.m. Wedneediys
ASS'N. (Inl'l)
IN BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES I Phone 267-0831 (or) 267-5323 PHONE 267-5000 Earl Snyder 7:30: p.m. '

281.S221 ,
J laat Monday of Eaek Month
nt Chamber" el Commerce Frieda Carter Pros. AM ,-3506r
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V A PAYMENT V.Jeaull/n.f)l f $15,000 TO $19,000


A Community Of i I: Fine. Homes In Titusville. $4750to$8RSOIIomerentdctelitolMoaqft.mlnlinlam.I .

F 'I Ii"A LOWDOWN Only 2 Miles West of US. 1 On Carded St. COWART & CARTER

,"PAYMENT 3200 aard n St. Titusville
.. ,
:".,, ; q ': THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 or) 267-2531 .

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fit* -a Tltusvllta (Florid) Star-Advoe.t. Wednesday, April M,ltd who attenIn\ addition to the
----- Banquet To : Honor Juniors Juniors and Seniors, the Young .
People of these churches are also jTfi. Best

Missionary Nurse Relates And Seniors Of This AreaThe invited. ;. ,"r QUALIFIED
A very inspiring 63 minute Candidate For

I Juniors and Seniors of and thought is and will be going film will be shown during the GOVERNORw.4'M
the area will be honor guests at into the decorations and enter. latter put of the tvening; en John E.
In Far East a banquet this Saturday evening tainmcnt for the evening. The titled "Decades of Decision," ;
Experiences in the Educational building' banquet will be a semiformal This is the Billy Graham Storytelling MATHEWSWell
affair about the early ministryof ,
Trained Proved Lud.rWinner
of the First Baptist Church !jpfMlms
this forceful and inspiring ,
This has become The Central Baptist Church I of Every LOIIIII.tl"eAwerd
Miss Martha Boss, a missionary er Church in Melbourne.Mrs covi rs. name tags and table decorations an personality s"
annual affair for the area. The of Indian River City First Baptist
-nurse from Hong Kong, Ceisler served des I Mrs. NEthing
as a : present.
banquet will begin at 7 39 and Reservations be made by
: Church of Titusville, and may LET'S MAKE THIS OUTSTANDING LEADER
introduced to the thirty
was cussion leader in the workshop eel a read by the zone last
paper until
memories have
ladies present at the April meeting many the First Baptist Church of calling the church offices or con- OUR NEXT GOVERNOR"!
meetings using the theme "The president, Mrs. Nelson Schmidt, been collected for those prese t."Sp"ng the Young
of the Good Shrpht'rdL.W.M.L. Mims working together to tacting in
(Pol. Adv. Pd. By Campaign Treasurer)
Tree of Life which also nerved the
by the Rev. Arnold on organization and purpose Fantasy" is the themeof make this a memorable and Peoples Dept or teachers of the .
Clause I as the basis for the program uf the Girls' Mission League. the banquet and much work meaningful evening for those older Intermediates
and ---------- ----
Miss Boss showed slides ,
lectured about her work in the
Far East which stalled in 1943 uI
and continued in Hong Kong In : TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 10 A,M. To 9 P.M.Dial AM 7.1511BELKLINDSEY
1949 after it became necessaryto
leave China because of the
Communist t rise to power
Miss Boss emphasized the :
crowded conditions In Hong I
Kong telling how a populationof
700000 in 1949 had grown l
to more! than 4 million at this
time who are compressed ontoan t'
island 3 miles wide and 10
mile long. Many Instances of
people with no home other than. RUG RIO
the strut as conditions well as other were unbelievable

shown in Miss Boss' slides. 4;
->'-vFOUNDER'S -"*
Accompanying this situation is
a shortage of schools, hospitals, DAYSSALE
homes and a lack of work for

A handcraft project has been -4 .
started in order to keep people \
occupied, help them earn a liv
ing and gain a small profit for
mission work Mill Boss and OVER.SIZE RUGS
other missionaries provided the. I
capital to make this project pen :
sible, and some of the articles
made will be available for display r
and purchase In the future. ; '.
Such articles will be,shown at

the World's Fair in New York, 100% Nylon I -. .
and efforts are being made to j J.

have Shepherd soma Lutheran shipped Church.to Good .,. .; I :: 2 BIG GROUPS *

In addition to the speaker if .
the evening, Mrs H E, Bauin. 100%/ WoolNylon } t\.d > ;:.:
bach, president of the L.WM.I., : .

of welcomed Detroit,Mrs Michigan, Teddy, Mrs Johnson William \ 1 rt''\ .._''Wi.I,1.; .', :*w S

.. '. .
Barnes, Mrs. Martin Lob t:'
tie, Mrs Roy McCormick and r ; & WoolContinuous
-. Mrs, R, C. O'Neal who were Group Group $9
attending a general LWML t. .
meeting for the first time i- .' A B
Mrs Raymond SthwprU, vice
s president of the organization, Filament j : !
$ who is serving as chairman of. \ ,.' :
the annual Mothef and Daughter
banquet, announced'that Friday i
May 22, has been set as the I
tentative date for this event. Bring the new look of spring .Into your home with one of ihese colorful. carefree, oversized rugs. They'" such a w..d.dully'
A committee has been appointedand low price because they are remnants of favorite patterns from famous mills. Be sure to check your measurements because they
will announce !definite plans completely. finished ready to put on Y.Ud'oo'L'

soon.Mrs.. Fred IteLM and Mrs.
Roy Leasure served: refreshments I lU >trp a. I
to the group.
Mri Baumbath t together with
Mrs George Gcislei, Mrs. Jack
Smclsn, Mrs Lolly Westcrburg,
!Mrs, Frank Wheeler and Mrs
Raymond Nething, attended the
Spring Rally of the Cocoa Beach
Zone LWML., held at'Redeem. I I
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Music Dept. To SponsorBC

Wind Ensemble Concert May 7 lThe Advocate -- w a

Andrew J Gibson Music Ing over the band at Andrew J. The Vole. of( 25.000 North Brerard County ReeldenU ,
Department and Band Booster Gibson
Club will the Eothune
sponsor "In keeping with our constant
-- - - -----------
Cookman College 53.piece WindEnsemble effort to culturally entertain our
: in concert on Thursday community, we offer this concertnot t
evening:. May 7th, at 8:00: p.m. only as a means of musical
enjoyment but also as a media Civil Defense
Lee Scott, band director at MeetingSet
for much needed funds in order r
dibson: is a graduate of this .
that purchase band
we may
Daytona Beach college and servo w
equipment Instruments and help
eel i under Dr. L. Allen Fyke "
pay for robes for the choir,
leadership tor five years as a
member of the Marching, Con Scott said.Donations. ,
cert and Dance Bands before tak for the concert have In Cocoa ThursdayThe
been set at $1.00 for adults and rr
50 cents for students. Tickets

Bates Receives may be purchased from any
homeroom teacher at Gibson, Florida Institute for Continuing and key private citizens of tin anyone Interested In Civil DC fctaff are Glenn A CioerKionlindtor I
Band Booster Club members and University Studies (Ht continuing need for adequate tense is cordially Invited! to attend and, Insti M'tor t 1101\rr
Commission In the members of the band and US) under contract to the Department preparedness for survlal in eventof I city Civil Defense' Extension; t'lu
choir of Defense, Office of nuclear attack or natural disaster Louise Gibbons Urevard gram: HCt'S; B. c Stewart
Civil Defense, will conduct in County Civil Defense Director, Sidney Conference Coordinator
Air Force TidesHigh conjunction with this Agency a Provide a better understandingof The honorable Joe Wickhnm HtUS; Harry Huuhey. Conference
Low Local Government Civil Defense the Federal, State, and County Chairman of Board of Brevard Coordinator, Httb, Robert
Conference. April 24, 1M-4 at the Civil Defense Programs County Commissioners and Mr Kohler Instructor Radiological< > ;
Charles V. Bates, son of Rev. Thursday April 23 Brevard Agricultural Building, Provide assistance in defining Harry lltishiy of HCtS are In Monitoring.:. IICUS; Cicorue Cur.
and :Mrs Charles W. Bates, 615 8:2: a.m. 12:15 R.m. Cocoa, beginning at 8:30 a.m. local Civil Defense problemareas charge! of the arrangements lin, Director Radio( !()gieal I Ue. .
8:53: p.m. 12:39 p.m. The purpose of this local I government through workshops tailored This will be a most interestingand :: tense Office Murlda Civil Defense -
Indian River Avenue, brushed
was among: NORTHERN VLSITORS Hair all with
Friday, April 24 conference is to: to specific community needs informative meeting Anyone Agency.
the 33 United States In ceremoniesat armed for 7:08: a.m. 1:02: a.m. Appraise local government officials Governor Farris Bryant issued who attends will go Away Topics on the agenda: are: plaid ribbons al heir' ears, these (two perky little poodles
ccs the University of Florida on 7:36: p.m. 1:20: p.m. elected and appointed, invitations to key people but with a much greater: knowledge Why Civil I)<'fin tit Civil Defense Thl'rctort'l' tarts It': What U Tin Threat?;
Saturday, April 18 lie was com ......"' -- --......-_.-.-.. -.--...............- n urge: all to attend, particularly elected Who Is Civil Defenselut: Can rcccnth with I heir owners Mi and Mrs John Van Baren
missioned in the Air Force. officials Shield, n'; du?; What\ C'un \\i 01! <. arv. [Indiana! al (the home of Mr and Mrs Ralph ParK -

Graduating senior cadets representing FIGHT t Included on the conference VI)?; Let's Talk It Over tt on NlJ. Williams Van Baron is a supervisor with
the Air Force Army, nited l States Steel in Gary and plans to retire to Central
commissioned LR Florida within the next' few years -Carlson Photo).
Marines! and! Navy were ,

the in University's a ceremony Army sponsoredby anti! I If Will Close StationThe

Air force Reserve Officer

for:,: Corps, .
f Shiloh Rural Station, IJf the of the Titusville Post i 1'1 ii ,
Lt General David A Burch
tt Titusville Post Office will be l David D Taylor was l'uhllll.lI.tl.tat
that director of the Joint Staff,
hindquarters! of the Joint Chiefs discontinued at the close of biixIncus Sliiltih for many years ri ,

of Staff, Pentagon, Washington, April 30. The site of the tiring May\ 30, 11)55) On Im ruin: 1 4
1) C delivered the commissioning station and the surrounding:: area men! the post office was disiontmucd
address. has been taken over by the Fedl I .
with his wife !Mrs Claude
eral Government for use in the
The oath of office were a Imin. Moonshot Program: It Taylor nerving/( as desk, in

Istered by Col\ William N. Don, For Shiloh charge of the station until (tin
many years was a
1 Professor of Air Science at the ] 'ditkL. post office being! discontinuedMay present time Rural Delivery No
and Col\, James T r. '
30. 1933 It has been operated 1. lltnnesscy, Professor of Military\ since that date as a station will continue to nerve the area. rat bp x.llr for G..ws..C..p.gw rune
Science The Air Force and Army
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commissioned IS officers each,
the Marines two and the Navy

3 t Iry v
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To Elect

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DISCUSS CANCER CRUSADE Area business district, during the recent kick-
Thursday Chairman representing the four local off breakfast in the Moose Lodge. From

chapters of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority discussed left are Ellen Duggan, Xi Delta Mu and
The nomination and election of the Cancer Crusade with Al Todd, Doris Hooker Phi Beta Mu.-(Carlson
Post "ccrs!! for the year will be the Moose Lodge area chairman for the Photo).
the order of business at the ----

meeting of Post 4228, Veterans of HAPPY
Foreign Wars, at 8 p.m. Thurs I

day April 23, at the YFW .H" l ..BIRTHDAY Drive in and bank
located I at 70S Magnolia: Ave., In
the Indian: River City area. Thllnd'Y', April 23

All members are urged to at- S. v. Cottiell Wild I I
tend and participate in this elect '.
Bedford PIrtle w. "
Ion, said M\ R Mortensen, Post ) s' (
Quartermaster. "Members are George Johns Speed
asked to bear in mind that the Wayne Box u
future and welfare of our organization !: Mrs. J B. Taylor SPRINGlTIRE BUYS !
! and the quality of benefits Mrs. W. H Burr
and services made available to Goo A. Martin.+

our members, lies in the hands of" Mrs. Gertrude; E Ormsbee SWITCH YOUR SMOOTHIES TO NEW GOODYEAR TIRES

the men you elect to office Friday, April 24 Ease! ,

Mortensen L C Crofton / Save lime and trouble by NEW CAR; BIG CARVALUE

BJC Plans ForCommencement MM Stella Mdllaid\Karantinos Nobles ai .\0. l. ... taking advantage of our drive- SPECIAL ; BUY

Mrs Ruby
Day .,b k In banking service Just drive f 7.10 U, 800 lu\.l.e.I
Walter Miller, Jr 7.50. It, <.7' S 1J tubtkM I .If

Roy Tindall in, and let our friendly courteous

tellers serve you quickly $ 95

A committee has been organizct e $1169 17bltrkwall
._ I and : f 'II II
to efficiently.
Brcvaid Junior College kiss..C
plan the commencement ever- ECONOMICAL I << .. ."..II.r .......
rscs to be hi Id on Friday, May FOLDING
29 at t this year. CHAIR I blitkwtll plea tat and old tire plus tit and old tire

1 Try It Soon You'll Do Glad You Did NylonAHWeather 3-T Nylon.
The graduation: and convocation -
R.g. "42" __ 4tiI. %'ealher
will see a record number of $5.95 A FULL SERVICE BANK
graduates: of the Brevard Junior
College most: of whom are plan Speclol t Not The Oldest Not The Largest But The BEST!

ning to transfer to four year 35'' COMPACTECONOMY ALL-NEW

colleges and universities. .
........... I TIRE TUBELESSi.oo
Chairman of the committee is : First National I Bank y
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Di C Raymond Van Dusen CHECK.b. s i.b..a a..rK" x 13 chilies, UI x I l. 0.70 a IS aloes

Dean of Instruction at the col WITH georgo stuart. ST (

Kge Other members of the -o.CHt.J4JI o..-, _a.s.$20J I TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA

,Committee are Tom Whiteside 133 EASTROBINSOfl r..Goa., .--'S: patu a.Sra+DcJ WASHINGTON and Pine Sts $1225 $1940 I
Mm Nancy Strange, John Haynes -
Miss Louise Cribble Walter Titusville Toll Free! Member Federal Reserve System l ....
LilM'-n John Blank and Adrien I Dial AM 7-6859 Mtmber' Fedtral. Deposit Insurance Corp I

Ccaudom bUckwill plus tax end. old lire blatk..all plus au and old tire
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LIMIT GUARANTEE punctures. .' .'

No limit on monthsNo limit on If A Goodyear: Tire Fans Under This Guarantee: any of more. than
mlles No limit as to roadsNo 80,000 Goodyear dealers In the United States and Canada will make
limit as to speedfor the entire allowance on a new tire based on original tread<<: depth remaining and
I You Are Coidiallu 'Invited life of the tread current"Goodyear Price". '' 1 '

\ to AttendS.'.), NO MONEY DOWN -. FREE MOUNTING\ '
A Coffee In the Honor of I


Wednesday April 22udT I Just drive In Preeent your: plate, end yo ir chargo account will be opened while ]

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Appointment Made To I / I EG 4G w 0 1601 I/M/ I .. THURSDAY FRIDAY




director of the Florida In. to accelerate graduate credit of- Tallahassee! Chamber of Commeree including Delta Sigma Pi, profes
stitute (for Continuing University teeing: of this type hi the Cape md was honored by the sional business administration AVE.TITUSVILLE
Studies (FICUS) has an- Kennedy: area as weIr as to chamber at the end of his ser fraternity.Dr .
r.ounced the appointment ot a: sponsor') non-eredit conferencesand vice for the contribution whichhe Edney received )his mas
special tepf8sntativ to accele seminars dealing with specific hud made to. the economy of tcr' degree from the universitycf )
rate all phases of the state university problems In managementthat Tallahassee. He is the author Nebraska; and his Ph.D. degree RESERVED
system's business management may be confronting Space of several books and a member from the State Universit I
program In the Cape Age industries. cf live honorary organizations. of Iowa.' I

Kennedy area. Dr. Edney presently teaches FLA. or.. GA. GRADE "A" WHOLE Lb I
Dr. Clarence Edneyv professor courses in> problem' solving and C
nt Florida State University, will decision making in business!! at Scholarship Grant Participation
serve ia the special post duringthe FSU. He served as head of the sW e C
university system's Trimester speech department from 1943 to
III-A. His duties wilt be to 1059.II. Urged By Rotary Club Speakertraining n I
assist FICUS In evaluating the
needs of industry in the manage served for eight years as Encouraging members of the all brilliant young people -
ment field and helping to get chairman of the Tourist and Development Titusville Rotary Club to consider we in America are losing[ .,
: Committee of the
specific programs of instruction aiding some worthy stu six out of 10 such outstanding '
established.Dr. dent in obtaining a college students!!, many because of lack j'
Myron R. Bte*, directorof
Students AidBeaulificalion education, Dr. Sam T. Lastingor of guidance and financing. ,
FICUS, announced the ap
of Florida State University discussed '
pointment at a meeting here of the southern regional Dr. Lnstinger encouraged the
the Canaveral Area Division of scholarship program at Thurs Rotarians:: to participate in some j
the American Society ol Training day's meeting of the club. phase cf a scholarship program '
Directors. The training "seed" scholarship which
directors are the educational representatives !Members of the Student NEA- Dr. Lastinger, who is directorof -would a raise money fora brilliant I I
of the Space Age FEA (National Education Association counseling cf student person student while the student is
industries which are I located in .Floeida Education As- nel service of the School of Education till in high school, a scholarship I
this area. sociation) observed Bcautiflca- at FSU, is also vice- for a student to Brevard
Dr. Bloc explained that Dr.Edney's tion Day at Brevard Junior Cortege president of the Southern Junior College or one of the
Saturday April 4, by Scholarship and Research Foundation scholarships for upper division
appointment was In recognition ,
gathering at the campus to set study.lIe :
of the urgent need for out some 60 plants donated by : Fancy" Top Quality "Northern"
management-level instruction by He said that the efforts of the said there are 215 young "
generous Brevard County nur
industries at the Cape. He said foundation i is to find brilliant people in this foundation scholar
Dr Edney will draw on the resources serymen. young people, who do not have ship program( at FSU. These are I CTFAII 1IIIi II TOILET I
of two divisions within The project for landscapingthe the financial! resources to go to given through the foundation, i
FICUS, the Division of Advanced area around the Administration college, and aid them. the chance to have all living 1
Studies and the Division of Building at Brevard Junior He said that while Russia is expenses paid I : JIEMIt II TISSUEEach
General Extension, to meet local College was conceived and carred -------- --- -
needs with a combination of out by the members of
credit and non-credit Instruction. Student NEA-FEA, with Dr. S. : II IIC
Florida State University is H. Hurt aj advisor. fi t +r .
presently offering through FIC Titusville contributors to the ROUND CI.
US a program- leading to a mas project were: Rock Garden Nur Illi
tore degree in research and development sery, Burke's' Nursery, Food
management for students Center Nursery, Galbreath's Nursery I
who work at Cape Ken W. T. Grant Lawn and SIRLOIN I Roll
nedy and Patrick Air Force Patio, Everritts Nursery, Tur- I.
Base.: The sixty students enrolled ner's Nursery, and Jackson's 111\
in the course were select. Nursery. lb. 1III
ed by the U. S. Air Force and
the National Aeronautics and IH BREVARD HOSPITAL (Limit 3 with your $S or Mart Food Order, Please)
Space Administration.
Students in the FSU program Mrs! Adelaide Harb of Riverside 'LEAN WESTERN" FIRST CUTS
have backgrounds in science Dr. who has been a patient uiquW1 'i UCK
and engineering but have now at Tropic Nursing Home, South PORK lh. lb.)
reached the point in their care Merritt Island several months, ", 39"BEEF' 39
ers where they also need advanced broke her hip in a fait there last
training in management..' week. She is now a patient at CHOPS
Dr. Blee said FICUS,)intends Brevard Hospital at Melbourne. .




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That 'We want to tell the world about the hard) work our "Good Citizens" have

done to team how to help you more The "Good Citizens" listed below have ,

completed tIle American Institute or Banking Economic, Course. C '

WHOLE : 29 I Qflc

Ronnie Boyd Phyllis L'. Dailey I

Frank Helium, Jr. Bennie 1... lh 11.11
Mildred Mitchell Mae Rasberry SLICED. : 33c I J1IS.OZJr

Alice Zinsmeister Norma McCann ,
Claudine Crobtree Uldine Keller

You all ore Invited ta come in and meet these people. W. know yau'li enjoy doing
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TI..III.) (Florida) .....Advocate Wedrteidir/Aprn M, W4


Booklet Lists :; WANT'1l ,M RE 'FOR YOUR, EY..KE Ji V UR' Er.E :ON 'GRANTS :


Cancer Dangers


As a special project lea.;er& ot whether or not to smoke. APRIL 22nd
youth groups, of organizations:!, or The answer to the fifty quest
churches in FlorlJa are being offered ions have been prepared by the !SHRINK FADE STRETCH BURN
without cost, an educational American Cancer Society from ( TwINDOWcA5H7 j ,
booklet titled "Answers to worldwide medical! and scientific NEWES
oil-often Asked Questions About' findings. The booklet also con !
Cigarette Smoking and Lung tains a definitive conclusion, regarding j C
Cancer. : : cigarette smoking, which
This free booklet endeavors to was issued by the United States Magic value
provide helpful information on Surgeon! General in January of
smoking and the link between the
1964.Youth /Slpi
use of cigarettes and I ling can leaders who wish to ? 162 size and combinations / #
cer. It is: estimated that up to consider a health project session I
73 percent of lung cancer is for oung people may have a fclJlJT"
caused by cigarette smoking. copy of this booklet without cost \ 3V* tST v Grants-own brand i ijw

Questions inclu ;icd in the text cr obligation. They may be ob it-i
are a composite of I those must tain?li 1 iy contacting the liiu-!: a GRANT CREST > ...
frequently asked by Junior anj cation chairman or nearest in l h i iF
Senior high school students formation center of the American WASHANDHANGBROCADE { r 4 ,
across the country. These young Cancer Society, or by writing to Jflh ,
people a large majority of themas the Florida Division, American
yet uncommitted to the cigar- Cancer Society, 416 Tampa Street, DRAW DRAPES s 'M
cite lu'iit.', face tins decision Tampa, Florida, 33602:!, 1r Jjfl 1 :

Needs Of Episcopal Church In only 7.99


South Florida Outlined By Loullit I SO" wide by 63" long i41; ? '

"Our young diocese faces the University of South Florida at P s $ .
largest responsibility and great Tampa and Florida Atlantic University t" +t Everything you want selection, style, quality, ;
est opportunity we have ever en at Boca Raton. ., r easy care, value! Rich-looking draperies of cot- t ? 4 'fit.f'w
countered," said the Right Rev. The church in South Florida ton-and-rayon with brocade elegance..in: glowing ? r r ,a J
Henry I. Lbuttit to lay leadersof has also been invited to bUild "'- colors Pinch-pleat tops give lavishly full folds. '.",. ,, j3' ) v
the Daytona Deanery, Episcopal residential colleges adjoining &SAVE23GRANT *in stock or ruskorderediriJtli / slry y v?a.
Diocese. of South Florida these campuses as well as that s
Thursday night in a plea for $3 of the Stetson University. Student Singly to u-till-lii-urlt! Sill Irni/tlm, ,, la Hanr Irngtht" &j%, s+ '
million to bolster the work of work expansion would cost CREST NOVELTY lingl' '' doubt* .d tools" r '
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length w dih 50" d 100" I w dlh 150' e
the church. about $330,000.: k d'M'
54' 7.99 12.99 16.99 22.99 26.99 a '
Urging listeners to face the "The $3 million we need Immediately 63" 7.99 13.99 17.99 27.99 + ,
challenge of growth sacrificially is an absolute minimum 72" 8.99 15.99 20.99 29.99 a s
Bishop Louttit said, "When ." 4' 84" 9.99 16.99 21.99 27.99 32.99 q ,
90" 9.99 16.99 21.99 27.99 32.99 ..e
we're talking about God and His Other needs of the church 5 cIe I 77 99" 10.99 17.99 22.99 35.99 id4 f I
church and the work there is to" were outlined in a booklet givento
do we're talking!/: about money. Thursday night's participants. SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF KIRSCH DRAPERY HARDWAREA.
Among the immediate needs The Bishop listed $250,000 REGULARLY 1 1.00
of the Diocese he listed missions needed by the Berkley Preparatory -
and parishes, ttudcnt work, School In Tampa, a coeducational Cotton sailclotli Cape Codders inmix-or-match JUST SAY CHARGE IT -- NO MONEY DOWN!
and aid to the elderly. day school. print & solid, (Ask for matching tie-backa:)

Speaking:;: to' a large! group of The book stated that there is br B. Termament finish Ewrglaze 'Minicare cot ;1}, .' "t,,, / -r ,
church members attending a a need for a preparatory board- ton. Ever-crisp; full\ ruffled.( White and pastels. tt PRICES CUTUP
dinner at the Rockledge Country ing school for girls to be estab- C. Drip-dry whit! cotton with 2-tone fiock-and- ,: :,.. '"
Club in Rockledge, Bishop Lout- lished In the Diocese. Such a print band in simulated cross-stitch design. ;.. s ," I : TO 2.22
; tit likened present conditions to school would cost at least $500; Valances available [ f42,. : .1+" I"J.1, ""I.
4 'the promised land', "As Israel of GOO initially 'j4 I .' .
old, we stand at a point of decision. ;' : j GRANT CREST'WASIAND
A preparatory .day school ona < 7'; 0"1 '
'Our problem dues nut concern educational basis !18" ".150 !:: HANG VIER .' /..; i;;> ANTIQUE
defining the mission of the needed in the Orlando area. >. _. ;
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Costs would be about $250,000.In 100% COTTON ; SATIN DRAPES
church. Our problem Is simply _.'
closing! the reiterated r << 1 M f' V
how redemption best to proclaim to the the people.gospelof .: the limitless opportunitiesand 36" Long Assorted Colors lI T"L $ I :i t.. ,' :: 3", 72"..." long I

great responsibility of the f 1 .
fessional Bishop Louttit research laid had that Indicatedthat pro- luture. I" 1.57 1 :t 4t'R l :1 .

70 or 80 new parishes and Capital Funds Drive Chair. '!(t 1.99 ; M Sale I
missions should be built In this man for Drevard County Is Robert :
area as soon as possible. One Schlernitzauer with Father ; :
a' .
new church can be supported by Alex Boyer, Rector of Holy Sale- Val. reg. 1.29-1.00 ; r'li'2'
each 20,000 inhabitants Trinity Church, Melbourne, cochairman :' 97
"It takes $100,000 before any ::-! ? pr.
mission can be established with '1 f 1 100% RAYON =- "'!"
its roots really down in a com LEAVE MONDAYMrs. ; REC.3.79&3,99r
Ralph E. Slater and r
"We need $2 million tonight, as
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36" Long Asst, Colors
brother, Richard Mason Jr., both
a revolving! fund toward this '
end." of Newton N. J. left Mun- GRANT CREST NO-IRON .3. j i eRayonacetatewithlus.trous

"The second area where the day for Bristol, Pa., where remains FIBERGLAS' satin weave back
of their father, Richard 2 5 7 CAFE
Episcopal church needs to advance that serves as a lining.
Mason, 87, will be buried. Mr. Rc
is in the area of service to g. e 4*buckram tops, blind-
Mason died here The 4
older people," continued the visitors had been Thursday.guests at the 2.95 Val. Reg. 1.69-1.27 Sale'.5730'eto I I ; :: q r stitched sides, generous
Bishop. lie urged the establishment a bottom hems.
home of Mr and Mrs George E. #
of homes on both coasts of ;
Partelow Jr 301 Parish Rd. ,s, e 10 pinch pleats overall.Lovelydecoratorcolors..
have Florida limited designed: resources for people who home.where Mr. Mason made his MATCHSTICiiBAMBOO C S I I\ REGULARLY 1.99 i ''T ; 4' e .

lIe estimated Washable iron fiber Double width
that the cost fur no- Fiberglas glass Pinch- z YEAs Cosoa : 63,72,90" long
this project would be around pleated tops White and colors Gold-hue rings ouA8ANfla REGULARLY S.99 t 9.99
$350,000.() The daily worldwide publi BLINDSBLUE L I WASH-AND-HANO COTTON POPLIN CAFE IN WHITE, N.nayw Irga bwk,, a er ael.n year Sale 7.77
TI.e third area in need of Im cation of scientific papers would, COLORS REGULARLY 1.99 Sat I. 1.57 /edewiehinr'ramerh a.n .r .,. ,"1.' !' : ,ry.it4N; )iW
mediate financial aid is .btudent fill .beven complete sots of the Irr Valencet available L'1: ; I,', t:lf!j
work.! Bishop Louttit said that Encyclopedia Britannica, accordIng BEIGE 2.27 \ T + '
I. 2.S9 "T ; P
Beg. t a #
studtnt centers, chapels and the National
chaplains are needed at both the to Space Administration.Aeronauticsand WHITE 1 liJI 1 Ii t1\\V"t/ }f'f; r\81" \ ,
Jv Reg. 1.99 I' e
PINK, m i I Em: GRANT CREST I. '" .
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,) GOLDEN L THIMBLE L E :', i F5\{f'J,. ''1( CURTAINS Sale 1.57 l 24x\ : .

= AND Cotton Yard Goods J fJ'J;i rl !Sale 2.97,,. REGULAItLYI,99 t;. 3 .


SUPPORT .... V -and.hangrayonchalhs.WhitewithSchlffU
ON.DOLTS I 3 YDS. 1 .00 .,' \ ---w._ I I I daisies, ," and scalloped edge in choice' of colors'
Reg. 49c: Yd. ( :r -. Sheer, wash-and-liang Dacron polyester .
J J'.r' Need no stretching, ironing I NOV nTY' BRAID TRIM (N.llll""d). )
:Fresh whitesthite! .54., 63" cr 72" long I 100': rayon butcher linen White wtih 2.tone

EDKITTLES PlrleH PLEAT CAFE E CURTAIN Bl",90" loop; single width knItted trIm, Predominantly melon, gold or blue
((112" overall>-REO. 4.49_Sol. 3.7 I Valanc" ,1.19
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COTTON SAILCLOTH ((204"" vrallj. _REO. a.99Sal. 6.77 HANDSOME

Washable TUFTED CUSHIONS No Us, No Ands,
Sale I 1.00 No Buts!
.. 36" Long CAFE C nORDINATES Reg. 41
I lit 1,99 1 lul SPECIAL: PURCHASE

ASST-COLORS 1 4 7 11 Machine W..habl. Patterned & textured cot. SatldacUon Guarant.edReg.

1.99 ton & rayon covers, Ka- Or Your Money Backl:
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR e VALANCE 99C pok Iilhni. Lovely colors

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 1 I i-O 'CHARGE ,.r. ,.... ? _. : : A ,... ,..., '

FAIR REPRESENTATION TO ALLI I ; MONEY DOWN, .30 DAYS '.. i.&. :_ .... -.a.--, '',." 520 Park A9enu. t
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pill AC TlfwtvllU (IPlorldal( ; 51'" Aelvocal W. "Mtrf.y, April H;Tt 64 tiv file' newer to theC'omplelot I IX TBI COCNTVtucnt JPl' >>aI11:
: IV TUB: riKCHT TOt KT or THE: puhife. rteoeil la- Offlnle! *ee nHiRitOUNTt : >
JIoI'llloII.IIII.\I. CIHilir IN! Hook: ST1; page 206, Public He urd. with the Clerk of the ; is Avis FOR
.*M> FOR Till' IIH">Tl' lit' lIRE;. of Brevard County Florida. encumbering above .tyled Court and serve a copy. ; KIOHII\
MISTER BREGER STAR ADVOCATE'S VtHII. KTITF: Iii' MOMlUt the hereinafter described real thereof' upon Flalntlffa: Attorarv8TS.WART NOTICE: TO utt:I>ITOR
II ( II IMfcttVO. *m)lWATtOWAU property The name of the Court In L. AVERS, whose *d.I- r.f 1111::
-. ;;;t..,_ ...., /I... Ives, wsN.. ,..... ,weal..c. LtFW INSURANCE: which said ait, : .I. pending la the re. le Po.t Office Ue. Mi LmUallle ESTATE of
COMPANY a Vermont corporation. Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Florida. fled later thari Ohs6th
Crossword Puzzle day of fay A.D. 19C4, aa .required CHAUNCEY SMITH
.. 1r1 o.r Plaintiff Circuit In and for the County of .
.... Brevard State of Florida In Chancery by law, else a decree pro deceanedAH
oNARD; C WARD and SANDRA No :xo4t. a.ad abbreviated conteMO will be entered against you of ofCHAUNCbY
ACIEDSS ITOWIf WARD hi* wife. title at Me ea>. la National UfeInauraiM and east of yeuIV creditors the Elate:
1S.Soak i Defendant Company" .a Vermont, : WITNESS: :: WHEREO 1 have : SMITH. decea.ed are
1. Young: 1. Capital f ftaJL 'tOTICr' etc eels corpnralina. PIII.tlff, Va Leonard hereunto eat my hand< ) and'' affixed hereby notified and require.I to file
horse Se.Carlla. 19. Ex- STATE: OF FLORIDA TO: C War and. Sandra. Ward hU the official seal of said Cnvrt. aTltueville any olalm. or demands which theymay
". Ward and wife DefefMlanta. Brevard County Fiends,, have against said I estate In the
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5. Rolli 2. Japanese elama- Leonard :: .,
W offl at the County Judge of Bre>
thl. 7th day o' April A. D. INk\ r
Sandra War I. Me cite, The d.wertpcfon of the> real property '
9. Of a lob sash tlol\ e/or, Mr. It. G Shirrstea Involve I ln said< cult. .and lee. CURTIS R BARNES: : v.rU Caunty Honda, within sly
19/ Join 3. Aetrees 21. Clerk of the Circuit Courtnrevard calendar. month from the data of
: Fuel ,
/\ Ft Payne Hlrh..ylI.oll.bnro. 1 crlbed'" In the Complaint' I.I a* fol. .
11 Similar Yeron1ca 22. LUt.I Alabama. County; Floclda t the first publication of this nntlreKaon
r low.Lot claim or deman must be In
11 Become) 23.Neee.. r, and all parI1 elalmlnaj lnt..r..t. 23-A, Block M. HOWE;] BY: Sortie lIa"De"uty Clerk wrltln and must state the place or
,- 6ANadp ready to eat, Woody .Itat" t u vI. by through. under or against the GARDENS: SCBDIVIRION ao.. OPAL!' or THE CIRCUIT cotrm' residence and po.t.office ad.Ireea of
r .aid Leonard C. Ward and Sandra cording to plat thereof a* re
Sod fruit A Stewart. L. Aver.Attorner the claimant and I must be sworn
perennials 25. rrrllt. y ; e Ward. hi. wife and all partin having corded In Plat Hook 13. pane 37VMrttW for Plaintiff top by the. claimant his agent, or M.
Creelt PrIckly tate ; to have r1.tL \lUnorda of Umvard
or claiming any Poet Offlo. Ron. tut.Fu attorney or It will become void
letter TMt.6a/'s Lase. InteretX In the real County Florlla< : said: auNllvelorn .
envelope of 2e:z Conetlt. title or prop- Oalllv riortdaA aoanrdln to law .
:: 13, Everpoet.. fruit uent 39. Island of erty wills improvement" thereon being a replal of all of r. ... 16 ;22. 211' IvYeil 1964. Defied Ohio let day of April A. D
herein' .lew rltoe I. Block 0 amI U>t. W through 2.1. 1944.
!1t 17 Lard 8. Rerulatlon parts Indonesiabuttoe.Ite. TOW AflD-tArn OF YOU here Block M .Section J-4 and> pine of
oatlHa 2T. Mal/tuN 41 Let fait bv take .notice that. .ull has been Kertlon. .-A, Howe Curlene. LEGAL PADS mg Supply, 3Sc23c /./ Olga A. smith
IS Mother: 7. Indian 29. OYIr: 43 Factor filed ifnlnrrt yea In the above ttyled Hundl-vlelen. illation U Town. !! cash 11t1Ie star.Advocat I Executr'x of the Fstale:
Court. The nature.r the suit. le top ship' ZT .rtiutl Hnnge 37 Ea..t,
collaci palm poet.: fanner's forectD that email mortgage nrevarJ County. M >rl...InVQU Office of fhAuncey !Smith deceased,
20; rtah 8. Let It 32. Diocesan harvest date I Ma rah 13 13H3s end. filed I oft AND EACH Ot" YOU area Apr S. IB 22 2'J Wed( ) JM4.
state stand: center 43 S.shaped1<

flovvr 35Strikes worm,
27 Dexterous .cape: all 37.Obtatned: 4?. Greek HERE AND THEY

21.Covered U. Half em. 38. Spoken letterweek TiFIXI LOVE PO'fATU SOUND GOOD
with tar
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"Frankly, I think it's time we traded it In for something 33 31: Killed Savors 14 !j 1 110 11 O 0rz

NEWER, instead of having him with 34. Greek god
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48 Sphere 51 38 sy t40 141 4 4J.fa. IS THE THIRD GIGGLING TIME I WAS UP,,. I PUT ] '

Why They /MarryDear .of i'kI.action... I"" I"iV 14'1Ioed. :=- I TiME YOU'VE'TONIGHT BEEN 1 DES i ABOUT? I I MYSELF BACK TWICE! ilk

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49 snghtiy: 1'\6\ .>> a OUT OF BED! II Ii

Ann Landers: In a recent a letter signed "Past Tense" appeared 5O.Covers natty I'../ & : : :I !, III I ''A (

column you offered two reasons lit your column The-writ Sl.MineraT .// -- II I

why homosexuals marry. er asked "Am I wrong or h it springs '" 2

First: "They :yearn to be normal the height of bad manners! to we had a semester geometry sary to let her know that he was I

and hope that marriage will use a toothpick at the tatter test. The boy who sits a willing helper. J

somehow enable them to lead a Shotildal. the gentleman have; In front of me is just about a

normal sex life." excused himself genius Geometry is my weakest Ann Landers will be glad t 0

Second: "They hope marriagewill Your reply begged the question subject although I have managed help' you with your problems, 0 4'r

provide them with a cloak : You gave the woman the 10 far to sweat out a B. Send them to her In care of Uil:

of respectability and serve as an Impression that her escort's bad This particular exam was a newspaper, enclosing a stamped,,

effective cover" manners were acceptable: and beast I got stumped on the last addressed envelope --

There is a third reason Ann she wound up looking stupid. problem and passed note to
Landers a reason of which I I have a 13-year-old daughterwho the boy: ahead of me asking him WILLIAM, also HASLET known BURR deceased HILDA, DON'T FREEZE FEElSG00D. YOU KNOW;' MOULTING SEASON.b 1J 1

aril acutely aware I married for reads your column regular to. please slide over so I could Burr ai William H IEAVETHATWINDOWOPENJ IREALIZE

this reason. knowing full well ly and respects your advIce. Will see bis answer He slid over NOTICE TO CR EDITOR )

that I was a homosexual In you' please address yourself( to and I copied straight off his WILLIAM All cr.dltore HANLEY of the HURK estate. d.ol. lf THAT.., 3f 3

simple language it was the the woman's question? CON. paper I also changed my third ceased to are file hereby any notified claim and or tie.mend. required .. f 3J

unbeatable pressure from well- NECTICUT YANKEE answer after looking at his which they may have sgalnSt 1 3J
said estate In the office of the 1 i
meaning family and friends. Dear Yankee: Approximately: work county judge of Brevard County !

I was 29, good-looking, well- 509 people wrote with the same I got an A on that exam but I villa Florida. )Florida. In the within courthouse six at calendar Titus. >- t J

built, successful in my profes complaint: Half of the letters feel like a thief. If I confess to month from the date of the first Xcr I

lion and frankly, quite content came from Boston and the other the teacher I may get the boy In claim publication or demand of thla must nonce be la. writingand Each QT ..

with my life as it was. My half came from Maine, Cannes trouble because he must slate the place or reel.1.d.n. IR k144Y I
helped me .. and po.t-office .dd..... of the 4.11WITH .. 6e.tV :
homosexual drives were low. tieut and Rhode Island. cheat. Please give me your ad. claimant and mu.t be sworn to b Z -..- :;ar ::,,;j de'

key and I had none of the With all those fine schools in vice at once SHOOK COOKIE the claimant, or It will his agent become. or void his according tttorney : aA A V -- A

)knanifestations generally associated New England how come you : to law. 111
with homosexuality I people can t read? Dear Shook: Go. to the teacher Edna HEdna Minor Burr 4lw LOOK THERE tJZlli lylylJU WOULD HE WANT TO BUY / TO &E A REASON I \\
managed to. keep that side of I said in plain English 'It is Minor Burr, Executrix -'
and tell her you did not deservean R/ John T. Baron 60ESvRABERNATHY/ CLOTHES
my life so. well disguised that Indeed poor manners to use a John T. Baron attorney for 1N THERE, I pON'T ALLOW ME, .
A because copied off a r1 /
you Kxecutrlx P O Bon 1 95. / KNOW.
family and friends suspected the table. The MISS. !
tothplck at man Tltuavllle. Florida INTO A
boy's It is not
nothing. toothpick at the table. The man paper. neces Apr. S, 15. 22 29 (Wed) ?tee. SECONPHAND rf f
Finally I was so. bedeviled by should have excused himself.

this relentless pressure to get I did :NOT mean the man SEE THE OPENING OF THE CLOTHING Ib'I' /1

married that I decided to do it. h6ukl have said "Excuse me," WORLD'S FAIR ONNlrH STORE! / liG ,

The girl I married was charm and used the toothpick thereat

ing, bright, and totally unaware the table. I meant (and I

bf, what she was getting into. thought it was clear) the man COLOR

She Is now m a private mental should have left the table and 433ry

hospital as a result of two taken his toothpick to the men'i ...A. TV

years with a louse who used loom ------

her for his own purposes Compre? Tonight 7:30: to 9 P.M. at

In your book "Since You Ask -

Me" one chapter was headed, Dear Ann Landers: Can you AUTOMATIC APPLIANCEINDIAN I Claltr
'Carriage Is Not For Every. tell me what to do about a conscience ? t

6ne" I wish I had seen it five I that's killing meT Last RIVER PLAZA INDIAN RIVER CITY

years ago. Thanks for letting me

get this off my chest- -

GUILTY a ,,,4 C 11
Dear Guilty: Your letter Is TELEVISION GUIDE

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Ch. 9 Tr.llma.ter ALL THIS LOVELY LOOT
11:20.: Ch. It Editorial: SIM+LE RESUEStCF
11:28 Ch. S Movie "a.ro"lmo"Ch. 4:26: Cb. 2 News. !Sander! Vanocur BELONGS TO SLATS 1TWrS '
12:00 Ch 2 '
: Your Flat Impretalon MINE ,
9 Weather 4:30: Ch. II Hurls and Allen ; it
Ch S Love of Life
11:3: ( Ch. :2 Johnny Canon Cb. l'ncle Wait Ch. 9 Father Know. Beat
8:00: Ch 2 11..1 of OrouchoCb.
Cb. 0 Movie Tnret
C itucklrberry Hound 12:35 Ch a Newe. Robert Trout
i gtrancera Cb. 9 Bronco U:30 Ch 1 Truth or ConaequenceeCh I
S Search for Tomorrow
8:28: Ch. 2 Greatest Headline.
Ch 9 Ernie hq
!: Ford
6:3: () eh.: I N.w.coeeCh
Thursday 8 Leave It to Beaver" 12:48 Ch S Guiding. Light I
U:M Ch.I: Newe, Ray Hcherer '" W'I'
Last JIoICIHT 1:00: Ch, 2 N..... Weather I I Ihl
TlmeiTonitt 8:00: Ch. News, 8porl.. Weather Ch S Gal Talk
MORMNO! Ch. New.. Sp".t.. Weather Ch December Bride SID
1:15: rh. 2.unehlne Albans.Ch Ils: C..... 9 Edltorl.1 1:15 Ch 2 Focus + A Ju r
/ Sunshine Almanac 1'20 Ch 1 New.. o1poru 1:30: Ch 2 Science ,' ::11 1. it 1
.:30 Ch. II World I Clvllliatloa8un 8:30: Ch: 5 New.. Huatley.RrlnklevCh. Ch S Aa the World Turn. V)
DRIVE.IN Tllns'ITle Ch. >hln. BrmMterTo 1 1'1.' Harry R..onerCb. Ch 'N..... Mike
TOOT: Cb. II .lay 9 New.. Ron Cochran Chamberlain54S
Shown Cb. d Film Feature 5:4): ('h. 9 N.w.. Weather : Ch t Cartoon. z
Twico1:25.10:50: : :30T Ch 9 Mickey .]van. TOO: Ch. 1 Rifleman : Ch :a I..t' Make a Deal
:Maim Cb. Newi. Weather Ch.' / Hunting .and Plating Ch 6 Password. Q IT''
Cb. Captain Kangaroo Ch p Virginia PloysT:30 Ch 'M.. Matoo THE WHOLE STCRV! tM A l l' DETAIL !
t 1:30 Cb. 9 Cartoons : Ch, 2 Temple Houston 2 :28 Ch a News Vinyl Kalber W
i THE MOST UCUIMfD/ MOW/ .:00 Cb. II Divorce Court Ch / Password silo Ch 2 Doctors MARRIED MAN- VERY MUCH IKl __
0h. 4 Pint Year Spanish Ch p Fllnl.lo. Ch < House Party LOVE WITH MY WIFE,
PICTURE OF OUR TIME/ Cb. 9 Exrrclae for Women 1,00: Ch / Rawhld.Chl Ch. 9 Day In Court SOIGUESS1eSU Re'' I
: 1:16: Cb. 9 Cartoon Donna Reed 1:51S: Ch 1 News. Usa Howard CD AND ME HAVE ii / + e 1-
Q! 9:30: Ch. Romper Room 1,30 Ch 2 Or. KildareCh S:00 Ch 2 I.ore'l.i Young; Q GOT NO DEAL :
t. ylal" UOOO: Ch. 2 hay When\. / My Three 80n. Ch C To Tell the Truth ,
) life>, Ch.New., Mike Wallace 1:00: Ch 1 Pent. MaeanCh Ch General. Hospital
,. rusty, Ch 9 Spanish p Ensign O'Toole 3:28 Ch t Newe. Doud.e Edwards!:
., ,, 10:25: Ch 2 New., Edwin: Newman 1,30: Ch 2 Basel S:30 ('II. a You Don't Say
assNsyp 1 le:3u rh. I Woe for Word Ch Jimmy Dean Ch II Edge of Night' 1
a real 1 rh. 1I Love I.ucyrhs 10:00: Ch 2 Kraft suspense Thule Ch t Queen for a Day ri
: .tru 9 Prloe !I. Right Ch 8 Nur. 4:00: Ch 2 Milan Game
11:00: Ch 2 ronrentraUonCh U:811: Ch 2 N...., lI'port. WuthrrCh Ch s Secret Storm
d McCo,.. I N.w.. )"b Young Ch Tnllme.ter 6 .
..--- ( h. O.t tn. Meoice 11:10: ('h. p N.... Sports, weather 4:55 Ch. 2 Newe. Pander Vanocur, ;,
11:10 Ch. 2 JeopardyPete 11M:: Ch i Editorial: 4:30 Ch. Kurna and Allen Ssaey a/
CH.Ch" and QlKiIyi. 11:6::: Ch Movie MWorl4Proml. Ch. C uncle Walt
In Color at 10:15: Missing Llnke ..." I:00 Ch. 2 Rest ef Oroucho
Adventure" .IPT.KNOON) CIt. p Weather ('II. ( Riverboat 1 ar1M
"Deep 12o:() Ch 2 Your First Impreaalon )11.SO Ch 2 Johnny C..eonCb. S:25 Ch :2 Momenta In Sport
Ch Love of Lit Movla "W...,.. o. the t:JO Ch 2 NewaceoeCh
Ch 9 Father Knowr liNt IIhl..." I Leave It to Beaver --


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W.dn.idayprtI 22, 1964 Tlfu vlll. ( "orldaJ) Stir- Advocate Pate 7-C :-


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I II1..rll: .. Hllle'l\1. ('IIIIt:1r1' Fl.. It 10.1) fElt: YI0'TlTlDI .0 h S Ii KI'tirnoent II JlltKltl. (.1"1....'... r\.. ''iI'4TlC JillIlt "I'll. I IKe liT. IN.nN ji mi I If, fmrrrr. (:H
.\ 11111 11111 t..T. .. "t' 1151- ,i., Chtoptrr 5)10)) PIn,.. 'I' PIlE ohtItyinKIl 4nl'4Ta. 1' P1111 lIlt ny; \II Int"lfTY.I Solo > OK "1Ir., \nn' f'nl''fT\,
t SKI. 0 r\ir.: ut I lOHII'lIN I I 1,1! > I "( "(n.1X! >J, SoIl,'" I_ Hereby rlOKIIl\ IIKIMi* > MIKIKV. .
: I II M loOk imtit M I, "i .Hi.(n tile underlined. ) (mtinO i \\riLKV NO. itraixiru : la I ha.oer.. 1... *fn IN I II \NI C .. HNl.t M**i
DONAI.U 1.. HRLLHEK I i 11, HKI-IIT(! with. tl,.. (Ur of tb. H of al irPA NIITICW TO lllttKNIIRDNA \ NOTimAR.VOt
Plaintiff I III I Ii(4'Cull for Ilrrvanl C'nU1\ly. IT. R. MAATIMKLI.I.: W. CIKDROK: ) .I) I.KK CAL'DLIf'
v. rliirlil.i. ih* ftotltlu> name .r PlaintIff Plaintiff PlaIntIff

Defendant whit hf Inten.la |o en gut. In b_ MARY C. MARTINKLLt. AI. FR1' C. GKOROI- 81:1.V.RaOLlI"1I CAUDLBDWenu,
TO: DOROTHY JEAN: BKLCHEK.whoa lice< In llrevartl County. ", ..rhla. Defend. a.. I. Defendant >*t
remdeni I. unknown. H. In thr imlti owner" of rile ihu .10. To: Mnr! C. MARTiNKi: TO i TO : HRLMA RRDLICH CAUDLB
Y..u ar. .nrbv. notified that a r lne..ii ant. I no other person. hu llul- l.'Mh Street ALBERT C. GFORnB' c o) .9 r. rtedlh-ri, (er>.
for Divorce boa been Too ire
Complaint Icy Intrrml therein Collfge Polnc. New Tork
.. notified that A Hill) of COMPLAINT Tit .
..mralnit I you. anil yoU are nquired Dole) thl. :Sti! day of March, YOU ARE tlEnF.,.... :MOTIFIKT hereby Pennsylvania Avenue.
for Divorce han been filedaftataal :Jn..klyn.f.w: York
to aerve a copy of your Anawr 1MU.! that. fur nna .
a lull divan beenfiletl'
and, are required You anhereby" notified that 'a
tile Comulaimn you. you
ot Pleading t* Lannv II Oelfaml
tho SALLY l.nnnv agalnat you la the Circuit to aerva a copy of your anxwer orpleading Ci.niplc.iMl. for, LM",,rcc ha. .been fllliicalnut
attorney H OrifeilitESi.l.11.
? plulnilrt Court: of the Ninth Judicial, Clrrult the Bill of .ind I
to ComulaJnlto v iu( you are r"q.1
i .WAKIII.N.\ Eon halite.48:1: Harbor Florkla.City ami Tloularil fill-- Ml i l.i.l.itAit..rn'yo. : lIIOIirit.N A I In. and for llrovard. I (County, Floridaentitled th. .. Plalntlffe/ .It...., IK K.Pitta eec t copy of roar A..... ar
: In PATI. K MAUTIN.I.I.I. Ito South. Atlantic Hive).. HalII11 Ptea.llnir to the Complaint on IN*
Anawer of 1'1.,11"
tile original fur Hi-Klnlrnnt
Plaintiff Va. MAUY f. MAKTIN1- .. .... Plamttrr ...
Clerk of Llnultfnuit Itaaclu ,1. n.( file' tka attorney Jnhnv A. R. .
of the ltd Itixlr
the ofUe Lan
Kl.l.l O.feniliinl, Chanterv Noinus.l. original aniwor nr ploadloa In the 470' \tall..., Drive Ban ".11I.. Florida.
1 ) of
before the II
mi or ar I'ol"nnl'h.. rial I.In( .
You .
are hereby required toaerva
office. of the CI.rll..f the Circuit nnd flit the Aniwo
;May 11H.4 If you full to lo * a yufyouraee.. othonwinten .
Ueireo Plo I'onfenao will b* taken. ----.-- or Court cu or b.f,,,," the :JO day *XAiull PleiuUua in I Ih. office, ur the Clrrtt
f,, the relief demanded. '. nrirnaci; lo line CnmulnlnV 1...A of rirruii' rUrt on or belo,.. 4H*
afalmt you r fit. horeln Juillce MoCarpy
In the C'ouip.ilnt.DONE IN I III t; I IH( liT ( lit IIP OP TIIKMMM P. O. HoC. bill upon Cocoa Peach 'Iorhla.Attorn.y. ,. If you fall In do .e. Juil.. an.' ORDBRBD! at TII',.. : .Illlltltl.. riNCkir IV will b* taken. acnlnit you It you full: I tn do ao. judgment try
for Plaintiff and
TOPS IN TOURNAMENT Earl Spencerof flight; June Ryan, runner.up in first fli. I vllle llre\ard Counly Florida thla ,\ .ll IOH 1151.5 \KII tOINTt.HI : the, original thereof In the office In fil off* far tIle relIef demanded In aald default win" .D.. taken ua)..lnit yoni
7 day of April. 1944.t \ I"; 01.' Ill HII> \ Complaint. for the relief domindeil In the Cam
the Clerk of Circuit '
the Court of
Kingman-Carpenter Ins. Co. presentedgift ght; Elaine Dehmlow, runner up in the ((,orttr xhADCL'IITIH; lIlSlPRy :Ml, muni\; Krevard County. Florida on ar before Thl* n*tlo* shall. n* nubllihnd.. onn plaIntICaurt

recently to winners in the Kingman- second flight; Gerry Carlson, winner of R. MINES 'IN UK: ADDITION Of DAIlY the no tIny of April A.Di 14IIKKRIN each week for four ronaecutlv Seal
., Circuit Court HOY CASTI.":. MIMin: lit
( 1. k of FAIL Nor D..r,.. week In the' Tltuavlll Mtar.oinIvq., CVRTt1! R HARVH3
Carpenter golf tournament at Whispering the second flight and Dorothy Kimes, con llrevnrd County' FlorliUlly Albert. Herman, Allcwell. nn.l Join Pro Contemn will be nr a entered' role Tltuavlllo., Pi......., Clerk. .,f Circuit Court '

Hills Club : llertle 11011.V"puly l.llllan Allrwvll agnlnm you for the relief prayed) Don. and Ordered., In THiiKvlll, fly: Brrtle! 4
From for Jan
Country left of solation. Absent 1(1.r191t.
Spencer picture was Cleric MiriCK: fur In aid Complaint lire vi M C."I,. Fl.rlcl", this 3D tlii* Apr. 1. a. if, 23 t\ i; '[
are Grace Williams winner of the first Crawford consolation.-(Carlson Photo). SALLY WAHHKNAttornrv : 10. utifinY UENB: CA8TLR I DUNK AND OKDKHK11 at Tltuavlllo nf Maroa. 1M4
at I.aw tit I'uul..I Virginia Florlilo, thla 30 day of :M.ir.-b, I Court Seat)
4'11I Harbor City : A.D. 11)44.tCOUHT ('''rtl.) R. Hume rtorkr
Kau: UIOlllr.'orl' <'10 that in ubost-numeil lYllllnnera, fv. TIIK ruin IT tot'ir* OF THl,
PEA!. ..
rintult' Ceurt
Apr a. ij: 21, 211 iWeJ.) 180is <. .UHKKT: HKItMAN: ALI.KWKI.T' : CURTIS It. BARNES tlertl Hall I""III AI hill ill. iHri IT. IN
Civic Orchestra lint JOIN "".I.I.\N ALI.KWKI.T by SOIl r>OW IIHKt: SKI' tOIVTY.VtOHIItt. : .
Clerk of the Circuit
Caurt far Clerk:
I .. 1111. i nit i ir C''I N'r UK 111 KMsiit hute hind n Petition In the al li.nulnl .". Deputy .
Trevard County, P'lorilaity Apr I. I. 19 22 VTe.. IM4.ix .
: I .., UK it I. tiKcrir. i I' Court for the. adoption\ of *, llrrtl HallDeputy ( ) IHtNIKH\\'. I' \KK Nl>. nMIRNKHAL ,.
.\M Kill illS ;V.tItl> tIlt >T' mlnur, ) ihllil niimiMl therein anil. y .>i ( ; DKVKLOPMBNT:
CI.rkA TIIK intrririDi XT of TUNNINTH
: Gives ConcertAn tl.UIIIII\. iirirequired. .. In chow caum why theami pl''. 1. ft 15. i2!: I tVVnd.) 1901.IN :. JIHM' \I. I I lie I IT IN ('iiltl'm' ( iliA TIC IN
l I' I II t'lEltV: XI Total .. nhuuld nut be urn mod liyervln .,NII SilK Ill K I "TN TV OK IIMrHI .. I'IuiottII'ANNIE ,
IN UK Till: ADOPTION 0 of written tIcS _
: a onpy your
appreciative audience heard I'KUCJV ANN I McbLWAIN I and. -n.... If any upon WHITE TIlE IHCI I IP lilt! KT IIK TIll: in'' \ .. HTTK. OK. ri.l>NII> \ : N KRMIPiIT pt .1.
KIIKIIKV LYNN I MiBLWAIN.B IIKDMAN. Allom..,. fnr Pntltlnnirx ::101..1.. 41 itie I ti. IIHIIIP I IN:. IV ( II \M r:HV tNAAA Po.f.n.I"
the annual concert of the Bre. \NII PIllS HKf.: \ ,\llll ( IIIIMk.. HILLY HAY URKKN: : !
ln|' :| IIIbl..,,,. Houlevard, Mi>|
vard Civic Symphony Orchestra tH' "rTIIEL R. McELWAIN' liciurm-. Flurlila. ami by fllln. Lit, I lOlllllt IN I II tNfr.HNO. : : \ fenilanl :NOIK F: OF Kl IT
:Mint urlKtnul thereof with the Clerk of
jestcrday afternoon at the high TO MARTHA ANN COOK mhl Court on or .before the Sib day K OK Ml I irMAI7SIIAI. NORMA JeAN aHKKN: ToAnnie M. Krager If alive and
K.'T Cra btre. A v.. uf Jun.', l M. otherwlna. a ,ilecre .[. M. IIKKN.: Indlvliliwllv PUInllff If ilenI. h.'r unknown hrtn. davla-
school auditorium.The iiwennburo. Kentucky ,may h,. entered agalnit you uraiit- iind a* TninH'o. JAM KM: I U. TO NORMA IRAN' GHKHN. wham. eon legiitvea' grantee or aielgree.and
conceit conducted by H. VOI' AUK HERK1IY MOTIFIF1J: Inn mill) adoption.W1TNR.XW KiiVVKI.L: ami ANITA M. HOW- reelilenc li Shelby' North ,i K: II: ,Kruger.:; her but hand, ll
that a Prtltloii ha. been filed In the ray haml ami the. > wnl ll.l.. h... wlf, Carolina alive. reililcnif unknown..
Gardner Shuler of Titusville, above itylnd court by ETIIKL: H. ..f nidi. Court al Tltuavllle. Klurliln. Plalatlffa You .r. hereby notified, that a D M Htiilgman, and M. O.
rUffPLfJc sponsored by the Woman's MfKLWAIN.' for the ailopllon ofHKOUY this T tIny of April 1IHII. VI. Complaint, for DIvorce Itm b..nfll.,1 Hodgman hit wife. If alive, and Itilei.l.
was ASS McKL\VAIN and ,K-OITItr SEAL: ) JAM II CAI.I.AIIAN and JKAVMCTTk agalnit you. anil. you are required .. their unknown helra, ...vl....,
Association of the First Presbyterian 8HUKKT: LYNN j\lc ;LWAIN. minor (ItTId K. BARNES CALI.AIIAN. hla wife lo nerve a copy of your An legaloe, gr anlre.oroe.ioe, red
*. by Ih. Petitioner, and you oct, ('I.rtr. Circuit Court Nlll.ll / HAAKTAMOINKN: anlEMMA ....er fit Pleading, la the Complaint ilence i unknown. ,,
Church of Titusville required to ...rv. a copy of your UY: Itertle Hall L. MAAHrAMOINK.NT: hit on the plalnllffa I attorney: : HAI.LYWAKHKN Howard C Olbbi anil Mary

; The music {group includes about n.w"r nr obJ.ctlona 10 .how caum. Deputy Clerk wife; WINIFHKU T. HTICKI.KY.: 4H* Harbor City llnule- K. Cllbba. him wife If alive and Ud..d.
why aald' Petition ahould' not be WHITE! HKDMAN a wlilow.: KOCH: cnMMI'NlTli.8KIKK vard. K.u Oallle. Florida, and file their unknown helra devtieo.
fifty talented musicians from all ranted, on the attorney for PnItloner. Attorney at Law ; UEPAKTMEMT. INC. a tha original Aaawer of Pleaillng Intb legato, grantee or aaelgna, resi
the who CAUL L. THOMl'WJN Jit i 11111I: Hlbiaiu lily,) Florida corporation, JoSIAh offIce of th* Clerk of Circuit ,
parts of county con- 26 South Mannolla Av"" Orlando.Klorlila Melbourne, riorlilally THOMPSON and (' :("II.IA V Court on. or before the It day of d..ne.L'.k3:: Ll n.r, If all, and Ifdent
tribute their efforts for the benefit and. fll* the orlitlnal on orbefore (rady W. Whit THUMPnuN hi. wife If alive, andIf .May ,114I,. If you fall ln doM aDetrea I'll. unknown helre dvlaea.legiitpe .
Ibo II of May A O 1W4 either both of them b Pro Confrvao will b* takenagalnal
day Thla notice ihall. be run on lhi or dead *. grantee. or aaalgna, reaj-
of the public.A In the offIce of tbe Clerk I of thi- 'following ilayi. of four conan. .ullv* the helra. ilevlaeea, legatee!, (rant.eon. In. the Complaint.DONE you fur;' Ih.. relief damaaded dence unknown.Hanna .

feature ot the program was Circuit Court aftalcneea llenorn. ireoitoraIruHteea. and IfIcoi
: Herein full not or a decree pro ApT "i. M Welt 19R. ur other claimant by. anil ORDERED: al Tltui-', Tonmy If alive,
'IS 23. ( >
IJLJ and oboe solo by Charles Alley eonfeaio will ha entered ...In.1 through under or agalnal them or vIII. Hrevard I County, Florida,' ihlaT ;: her*, grantee unknown. ora.eigi.helre.: I iteyIrpulee. and* ,

# music director at Brevard Jun. ,"wiTNKKB my hand anil, the aenl. either of them Defendant. COURT day at 81CAL April )n'M' -, Toiimy her ."' ",,,
whoa. Ctirlitlan n..... I. unknownto
of cold Court In Tltuavllle, florid< fiurtrr tomr or TIlE:
ior College. is TIIK TO: JOSIAh TliniMPMON and rt-nTia it BARNES ijlalmlff If alive .naldanc, uat
Ihla 7 tiny of April A.O. 1964.1 I\L IN
:MNril Jl Oil IHtllT. CECILIA V. TUUM 1'1101'1. lila Clerk of Circuit Court known.
ICUL'RT SKAI .%M> rOil IIlIta.\II" (U"NTr. wife reeldence. llrevanl County, Flurlila
LADDER TOURNAMENT WINNERS Winners 1-1: Tilt CIIICl'IT COlIIT: 01' iliriNTii : fl'RTIS K BARNES Peter Tunle Oitertioff anti
in the :\ .. l..IIIH. IIUtL1T. I... U.OI" \ If living and, If either or both by: llertle Ilialttepuly.
OP nIB CIRCt'ITfOUKT oaterhoff .hli wKe,
CLERK ill INS: ICIlY Ni). t7'M Clirkr
recent Ladder Golf Tournament at Hills AIoIl: killS ISKE'. .tills ( ..IST\. of them be dead, the heirs,
Whispering NINTH JUDICIAL > II fIt' h M v ri in ICITIOX llevleeea. Ic.. ...., granteea, RALLY WARREN whne Chrlillan nam I I. unknown
country club were from left, Grace Williams, most games (a IA.IIANCERY. NO. I7II I INOTK ('I HCl'I1', HRKVARD ('U'"" SI 'IT' VON bURPS '.0"(; R' ...1....... ii 01mm.. creditors, Attorney at Law plaintiff.. If alive and If dead.
their unknown holra dovteeel.
FLORIDA. legato
A. ij'. UTTKJoLL: Intl' UHAL'KCOTTREL.L. : CHI: Harbor City Boulevard
played; Jackie Keller winner of "B" ladder and Emma : K: Tl) lit t't.n: IIV llvrtl Hall D.C'Apr. his wife truateca. through. or, unilnr Oihorciatmaotaby. or ....In.. Kau: Uallle, Vlorl.U, *" granloea or ...IS.... reildeneeJmal

Adamietz most games played. Absent for picture was AUDREY WILMA HUTCHKHON.i'la.ntirf.: >. 15 It.: :29! (Wed 19C4. v.. IMalntlffi them or either of them; all Apr. 0. IS, J2. 2\1 tVVed. 1904.iv u.. nuwo. F. Walker. If alive and

Bernice McCotter winner of "A" ladder. (Carlson n.MARVIN :?MtTK lf "III.lIITOIUYnu U R. FANN1N and MADLK: FAN. partlea through claiming under' lot or ereola afalnttJOHIAII by TMH ('1111'1'IT rot sIr NINTH.. : If dead her unknown holra drvleleBatoea -
: HUTCHE8ON. and each of you are hereby. MN: ,hi. wife THOMPSON and Jl'IMI Ml. 4)Illc'UIl. IV.. .\NIIMIHHHKVAHO one, arantaea or aialfina,
Photo). Defendant. notified and required to prrmnt any. Defendant CECILIA V. TIIOMt'KON ; C IOIIMTY. tllllllltlIbaneery ..n.1 --- Walker, her bua-
THE STATE OF FLORIDA clalma and ,demand which you or TO: Q It. Faanlit and either of them and all pat.I. M*. tmiunNoTirr,, ban.i .ho. Chrieltan. name I. 0*.
TO: MARVIN:- HUTCHE8O.V either of you may have aialnat the MiliU Kannln lea damming : or KIlT known 10 plaintiff If .llve. reel
having or
Defendant ealat of PATL CUYLKll, dac.....l, You are hereby notified thai a right till ar inhered In thai any SAMUEL VINMON ADAM and dance u"knuwn.
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED lute of Brevard County, FlorlJ. to Complaint hou been flied agatnntyntu certain real. altuata In ANNA HttLJQN AflAMe hi. wife, Norm hivani: If allv. and U
Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results! that a .ult fo.Uvorc. and cu.lod the County JUdW" of Bmvard for forlt'lD.ure of lien on the Ilrevard County. Florida, and ruintlffe, dead her. unknown helre, "lUvleeo.
.has been filed afilnit you In the County Klorlita. within .h! montha. followlnll real prop..rt,. lo.wltl particularly tleacrlbed. aa: 'II' legatee*, granteea or h\b. and
above entitled c.uie; and that you from the dot of firm publication of Ilegtn' .t ,b. lIorthwe.t aorner Tote :2u, ill: 24 and 2H, In JA'.MEU: F. I.RNOJC and -- Kvani. "; ,
art required to ..rv. your anawer thla notlue rice the pam will b.barrel. of Oov.rnninnt Lot No. 4. Mao Hlork 1. Of4. HHKNTWOflD:, DOltUTII M. LKNUX: hi. wife.Defendant. whoe. ChrUllan name I. unknown
or other wrltt.n dcl en... upon Each claim or dttmaml muatbe tlon U Townihlp :23 Koulb HEIQHTU.! according 10 the .. lo plaintiff If alive, ratldenc, unknown.
Crofton. Brewer A Holland Bun In manner and form .. requiredby Rono 3< Ua: .t. thane Sooth on plat thereof recorded, In Plat TO! JAMES F.!. I.RNOX and, DOH- .
DAVIS LAWN SPRAY Palm Avenue, Tltuavllle, Brevard 'law. the Wait lie. of tald Lot 4. a look 3, at Pag. 47, of the Public lillY M LUNOX.: bin wife, C.mllla A. Rtrelhkh, .If allv;*.
County, Florida on or before the IUOnmAN: CUYLER dUtanc at 3J3.77 feet la a Co. llaoordi uf llrevanl 1 County, 3oo liroadwayfl. and If dead her unknown hole*.
JFWEIIAVE7VwaLEM Mth day of May. 1964. and before A* Admlnlitratrl qulnn 1'oit. thnnv Kait uarallel Florida pieaaani. llcacb New ....vi...., ligalere, greojtoee or Mr
or Immediately thereafter to file PROFTON. BREWER to North line of laid' Lot 4.. till- YOU AIIK HEREBY .notified thaI' .., linn and -' IIlnlbll'h. barhiiaband.
STEM Chinch with the Clerk of tha aboveatylodIf HOLLAND tani at 5411.75 foeS to a convral a complaint hoe been tllnd acnlna, You are hereliy notlflcil, hat lull whose Chrlallan name 1 la
Court the original of cold bower F O. llox IRi poit on the Eaat rliihl of way you :and: olhera by the plalnllffa: : In II.. been. filed istnat you ''n tho unknown plaintiff, It allvt real,
Till or .Id written defonie.. 'f .nv. Tltuavllle. Florida Una. of StaLe Road No. 5. bolngI the above atyled caua In the Clr aboveaanttleit cauean,1 that you dene* unknown.John .
P Bugs you fall to do co. a Decree Pro Apr. I. 15 U: 29! IW.d.) IW4.! I /... Hiibway No. 1. (lien.. cult Court In and, for llrvar are required, to Ct).. V n.e.,.wer or H. Kuhl and Llnna ...
Confeiao will b. entered' again __ 8iiulh.a.. yatong.a 1,1 KaitrtfOt County Florida' for the purp*** of ether reaponilv pleadlnte' with tae Kohl hi. wife. If allv, aad If .....,.
you for the relief demanded In the of way ii oeadtoian4eo( quieting till lo and canceling and Clerk:' at L..I..I Court and la *erv* a their unknown heir, ,..."' ...., logo
.. !: 7-284 Fungus Complaint. See The :20H feet 10 a concr t. po.l. removing oerl.111 reulrtctl. onaun Iheshove copy thereof upon the PI.Inti""' attorney alee, granten or ...IS..*. ,..ld.o.. <*
WITNESS my hand and official i thence taut.: parallel, to North ,l.ncrthml !. 1IIIKWER: unknown.Oerrllt.
neil of office at Tltuavllle, Urevanl<1 lice ol Mid Lot No. 4. a ,dlatanc AItE IlERlu'ltY require I 'J'r e HOLLAND, tut rlli.: Avenue Tltuavllle. Huneama. antI Jennie

I Worms County, Florid.. this 13th day of Star AdvocateFor of 396.'T feat to a concrete poll. copy .f your An.w.r or plemllngeon Florida: not later than I Iluneania. hli wife. If au ,.. and If
April 1UM. Point of Gait parallel April, at) 1M4 If you fall lo do 10, a
th' plaintiff* 14. iloail, their unknown b.4rdavla 1 ***.
(COURT CURTIS UK: A I.) BARNES.Clerk Your to North line of aald Lot 4. a E 102 ... :r.r'YBu l'oil: n Decree ..ro Conr-.o will he entered I........, grantee, or aeetgne, rut..
Fertilization H. Olitmno of 'JUO feat to a roncrel'* agalnat you for lha relief "demanded
k / $ of Miami tl. Florida. and file the or. : done.* ua no"'n.
the Circuit Court Inane. South DO feet tiCottrall ,> In the romplalnt.WlTNKMaT '
pout. Illnal Anawar nr nleadlma I la' the : D. II. Welch and. Leila 6V
By V. 8. Hpander, Printing Needs! Avenue. thence WeaL office ot th* Clerk nf the abovealyleil my' hand and leal of Welch his wife. If ally*. and If
Deputy Clerk .1 200 feel to an Iron pipe, thane aid Court at Tit o.vlll., Brevard
court on or before tb* llth dee.l. their unknown heir. dvlee,
April 15. 22. 29. May, a (Wed. ) 10C.4. North to a distance of 90 feet day of May J164.wllf County, Florida, tItle the Hat day ofMarch Irgatoe., grant* or aailgaa rrdence .
la the point of Ueglnnlnf.. balns 11144.tCUL'RY .
land. In Government. Lot 4, ....c. tu fall to do ao, : Judgment SEAL) C. Hnyder and ----.."I.Bnydo '.
I da*
n alalnal o by
Don" 19. Townahlp !I3 South, rURTIK" R. RARNKftClark .
,. hi. wlf. wkoa ChrliUannam
fault for the relief d.manilei m the
88 Ka.t of 'he Circuit Court
Ranta If
I la unknown t" plaintiff.
and you are required to aerva a copy c"'uATfcVat! Tliu.vllle Flurlila, IhlTlh llr.vanl County, Florida ally*, and If dead their unknown

of your Answer nr PleaillnK to tha. day of April lIMIt.ICOI'It1' ) Hy V. M. Mpaniha.rDeputy heir' dvle ., legal**, grantee*,'r
the Plalntlffa' attorneya. Clerk
Complaint on
The Florida rreii.sceuaktiowo.Ella .
Harlot and Wolf man. 111: Curtla MEAL It. )Barn/. April I, I. 16. h
Derby Street Cocoa, riorlda. and Clerk of Circuit Court -- -- -- I If dead her unknuwa helra. devl*>
file lha ordinal' Anawer or Pleadln IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN ANI1
.. ...
H Hectic Hall.Deputy cad, leg teee. grealew' or .1. .
I In the office of the Clerk of Ih.Circuit ,: Clerk FOR HAMILTON COUNTY I'LOR and J. M. McCain her ........nd. U

Court on or before th. With :22. 2!II (IW.".) 1M4.ix 911)4 allv. realdenc unknown.And .
day e' IIrll. 1984. If you fail to do 2' !:,.U. W, B. LEWIS AND MAROARHTL. '
ao, judfinent by d.f.,11 will b* HAPP Co-partaar VitA Lewla all perec'le claiming njr,
Fictitious Name Law lots eoai.. ),.I you for the relief d.- .TIIK rtllrllT' rot NT or Tim Lumber Company tbri>u rt or under the abov-namu.
:Msrii. Jt IIK iti. i IHI i ir. I"
. manuad. In the Complaint' PLAINTIFF" dofendaali, iir any *f them.
\\lt IOH TIIM. CIK MtV. ill' 4
VII hereby notified I thai
Thl nolle ahall ha
publlahad neceeach
t week for four roniwcutlv 1'...' tEll liTtlE lIP ri.OIIIIV MORflAN' LVMllltR SL'PrLT '"'rlo't.rt.: filed agalnct coo Inth
weeki In Th Tltuavlll Star-Advo- I't'" f.II" Nl II. HUN. CO., a oarporatlon above.entitled caua and. you
c.i.. NATIONAL LIVId INKCKANCEI' DEFENDANTIN :, are hereby required to> RIo: yoiaraniwar

UONR!: AND ORDERED: at Tltuavlll COMPANY, a Vermont corporation.Plaintiff.:: : .0. with the Clerk of tblr Court
*. )Florida thl. 81 d.y of March THM COURT OF RECORD IN and t ornery. a copy thereof. upn
If your business is not operated under youi own name it is probablethat 1910' AND FOR BKEVAno COUNTY, plaintiff* attorney, whoe* nam*
and LOI8
CURTIS R. BARNES Clerk ALFRED SMITH FLORIDA '** ar*. OI-b-k'23.: : Gray
; :
Circuit Court. Hrevaril Count*, MMITII hi. wife, .1 a I. CASK NO. 4.14 Cnnray A :
)'lorlila.llyi Defendant PACIFIC FOREST PRODUCTS. Foreylh Blrevt P. O. Boa 447. J.ckannvllle. -

should advertise its name and ownership under the "Florida Ficti. Hertl Hall IITI'I U, lI I IT JKCOHPORATKU,; a ,Wa hln.ton. Florida, not later thai
you Deputy Clerk HTATR OF FI.OKIUA TOi: ; May 15th A D., IMi.If .
Circuit Court list Alfred: Smith and > '. FrPfrn \ .1 i 'pLA NTlF.j you fall to da 10, a deer. pro

Ilarli>. and Wolfman. Lola Smith hla wife, VII oonfeiio will b* entered. afalooL.

tious Name Law". This is what the Florida law saysr"It 11 Ailorneya] Derby for MIred Plalollffa WUI3 llaltlmora: Tulaakl Mirvlanil Highway COMPANY.MOROAN LUMBER a enrporatlon* SUPPLY you for nl.the relief demanded In tlM.complal 10.

Cocoa Florida and all parllea claiming Intereita by, DEFENDANT: Tb nature of laid. suit I. to qu _
It l through, under or agalnel lhn aald .0- the title III' the 101lDwl'lI deecrilontI ..
I t'ubii.h) Alfred, Hltillh I and Loll Smith I > hi,* I IN TIIC3 HMAf.L (CtAIM rOt'RT, In "rnod County. norld. _
AnrU 1. .. V 23 (Weil ) 10(54.IN ( wife, and all partlea having ..r IN AND Volt BltRVAKU COUNTY, wll: 'm
claiming to have any right till or FLORIDA Th. ollowing loll, a. platted.coor'hinf .m
Interest In the real properly with CAME NI). 1970SOABLKTITM to the Plat of Ik* .o>
: .. TICK IT IICHT nr TIIKMNfll Improvement thereon heroin del- PRODUCTS CO., Florid. Inhian River Load'
shall b. unlawful for any person ox persons as defined herein to engage In buil- : .. ,JIIIMMI IIHIIir MSI .. crlhed. INC. Company landa In Townnhlp nKouth. _

,\ > Pills HHKVtKII OIITV, YOU APP EACH OF YOU PLAINTIFF Uanga 87 E.." recorded' ..

ntsa as herein deiiaecL without and unle.. Aid fictitious name shall b. regIstered with KIHII. \. horeby lake nnllce that a .ulll h.. VII In 11.1 Hook 1. pole 14. Bra- _
t II 'M'1 SKY ::0.fl. <'WMI1Miirif been. filed as.ln.t you In the aboy.elyted MORGAN' LUMIIEH A SUPPLY viol founty Record ..

the ClerIc of the Circuit Court of the Couaty when the principal place of bu fn..s u. IIOMK! ..SAYINGS.f. TO. HANK ur.rrMn.. la lo (foracloaa.urt. The that fibre certain of I".mortgage ..ul&I. CO., DRFKNUANTM fLot f.Ei./ 'll. :20. n. 21 anti M f to' :

Plot ntif dateil March 29. 1W2.* and filedof : ('... OF ..IIKKI.I.t: Hectlon 32 Lota 2f1. 20, 8U and Q,, _

i which registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all "., publlo record< la Official Koeorda Nolkt' la hereby given that ltlr I In Mocllnn' XI ..
ROBERT L. noMfAM. JH. and Hook bit ..... TO*, antI aubaeqiwntly LEIGH .. WII.HON. Sheriff of .: PARCEL; 1AI.
EDNA W. IIONIIAM. hi. wife, re-recorded In Official I Kewirda yard County Flnrld.. coder anti bySlrtue .|> IT In Section 12 :
Interested persons slating under oath the names of all those Interested In the business l>rfenilantTOi .. Book Hi*, page 111 Public Keeorda of a writ of .EnenutIno. heretufore PARCEL 2H .
Robert t.. Ronham J,.. and. of It reva,1 County. Florida, eneum- I..u.d out of lb. above en'titt.d Lot 32 In SectIon' S2 -
...-. enterprise the extent of the Interest of each and the Fictitious Name under which laid Edna. W. Bonham. hi. wife boring. the hereinafter dncrlbai ,..aIpro..rt' coueta the Olin Jay ofAugtant. PARCEL 'A .-.
Hoildenc unknown. Tb. nain of lb. Court 'In .i.o'b. day of March, LUW a nol 8t I I. Section 12'' .
You are hereby notified that.. a which aald aull la ponding la the 1IW.I and the Slab day of January PARCKL IB ..
business U carried on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons complaint to forednen a certain Circuit C.urof tb. !Ninth' Judicial 1IW3: In the above ilylod, cauwi, I.,,.. 24 and 25 In Section 83 a. .08.
mortgage on the follow''nil dracrlbad Circuit la and for th* C..nl' of have levied upon th. followlnaj deecrlbed PARCEL 4A V .
( r Hrevard State uf Florida la Chancery : properly, iltual. I..t. :a and M In Section S3 i n.
In business under fictitious shall hare :
desiring to engaye name advertised his or tJielr Lot rlri."A". Row Oar- No. 27) U, and the abbreviated being I In Bravard YIi'orr.r PARCEL 111 '..

dena lIub Intention to register! said fictitious same at least once a week for four ((4)) consecutive according to the Plat thereof a> Company, a Vermont; anrp- 1 SmIth Corona. Typewriter Herlal PARCF.L _
reaordeil In Plat Hook 12. I...e oratIon I Plaintiff I vi. Alfred lnlthand No. 1AJ03T2IM-I1: : NW 'a et HE 'm of BW t 14 d, .q
Lou Meetib. 111. wIfe. ., at0 v. 1 R. C. Allen. machine .... 32
: 15. Public Hecorda of ilrevard adcllna- ""
: weeks In some newspaper aa defined by law In the county wher, said registration U to County, Florid fentlanta.The Modal 'T8 Merlal No. 1V.84IO; iL: :

Together with Ih* followln deacrlnvd deacrlpllon of the rail properly 1 llurrough (HtiUment machine n,1 E H of Lot II t ...
( be made. and saUL registration shall not be accepted by the Clerk of the Circuit Court appllanie. which are and 1 Involved In aald ault and d..- ) Social No -&M.1V8! with 2S ..
hall be deemed to be flilurea crlbeit In the Complaint I. a* fol- table PARCEL 1 ?
such and a part of the really and : OTHER OFFICR EQUIPMENT: Lot 14 la Section tl _
except upon receiving proof of publication. are a portion of the tecurlty T'i II. Block T., BOWK OARDKN 1 RED nEVI Paint Condition PARCEL I 7. "
for tb. Indobtedn. heroinmentioned' ., HKCT1ON '-I, accordIn er Serial -2tlU Lot 14 In Section II -.
: to Plat thereof .. reor. .>dIn 1 82" Handaaw. PARCEL .
1 "Iliad with Dado Head W H of Lot 12 In .*Ulon. M *
", i Narrow Wall Ou Healer Holly Plat Honk I). paga 8*. pulloHecorda
: I Model No. IM serIal' Number of Hraviril County. I .b..... "rlal' N,. 5olol PARCEL >H **
...... X-III1J Florid I 12" Planer Mortal. No. 11T-M1D Lot 8 and IS In. Section n and 04
.t. .... been filed atalnal you and you YOU AND EACH or YOU ar. 1 10" Bench Saw Mortal No. N )Mj af Lot :2. and Lot K In o*
..:,. are required to aerva a copy of your required la file your newer I.I.* BMMJI: wllb ." Joiner attached Kectlon 2* **.
If wish have business i lanawer bib. Clerk af the Mortal N*. B17UW PARCEL, 1C ,.
to properly registered suggest that or pleadlni I to the complaint.on Complaint wll .
you your Lot IS and K I. Section 20
.. and. .
tb* plalntlfra Attorneyi, Will. above y led Court aarv a copy :
lam A Oelll"a. 44 Grant Place thereof upon Plaintiff' Attorney. INO MAY KM HERN. AT PARCEL '
P. O. ReD Iii M.llIou'.... Florida, STEWART L. AYKK. whoe. addroea BMCRirr OFFICE: IN TITUIVILLK. M Mi of Lola I through I Inelua. ?

drop in for details flnd/or ue attorney for advice as t o how to rand fIle l the original anewer. or I I. PORt Off).. Hoi nil. Kailflalll :, FLORIDA PARCEL Iv*. In Section iii:: 21 *
you your 'pleading |n the office of the Clerk *. Florida, not later than the C. the propert of the above "a mod oNE >
_*' 1 : of the Circuit Court. Brev.rtiCounty 80th day of April A D. 1M4. a. re- dofeedaat, aad that en the 11th 'lay l Is of 8WV4 of KMtlan :9. ,_
.' Caurthoua. Tltuarllla Florida ulred by law, ale* a decree pro eonMUO .f May. betwn. the legal. bou. of eicopt pert thereof deeerlbed In., _
on or befara tbo 14th day of ? will' ,b* entered agalaat I you .. .. ..m.I,. elevao .. ..I<>C... ID the Deed Book 74. pig *2. DeoJ Z_
proceed. Hook M. 80. Deed Book I 1st
.. foreaooo and Q'lork I. lb. peg
May. 1M4. If and each of u. two
,Il yew aa. y
I judgment by defaull'I"II\\ bed taken IN WITNKMH WHERBOr I aavehereunto afternoon, an laid day, .t the place page IM and. Deed Book 1 C' 3

galnet you for Ik. relief demandedtb eat my hand and affUedth where acid property. la btlng floridtowltl : page 1Cr:5.IO.\: .
n _pl.I.I. offIcIal aeal of laid Ceurt alTltuivtlle. : :
l i T..I.. .01.,. shall be pubtiohedoew Bravard County. Florida, to> Main Iftr..., Tltuavlll, Lola t and :2. cllon 19 !.
each woek. for four Coneecuttveweeke thin 311111 day of March A D. 1M4. Florida PARCEL WBIhl :
la Itia..Advoeate, Tllunill. COURT *KALCLRTI' I will offer. for *al* aol nell lo the N 5k of tote S and .. R.cUoaPARCEl. 2\ :
Florida R. flARNr! hlfbeet bidder for ea>b. In. kaad, litcSi .. .
\ DON AND ORDRRED al Tltu. Clerk of the Circuit CoartHrevard tha above deecrloot" property al the '. ef Lot hi. Smell,. 2S ,
: Titusville Star-Advocate villa, Florida tbla U day of April County. Florida, properly: at aald defendant In aalla- WiTNESS my lIa.d mad .1'\11-
:. 1064. BY V. It. MpaaglerDeputy fy askS elocution., Maid property .Id Court .1 Tltu..I1.. .. Florida.-
(Curtl R. Bar nee flerkiHBAt will be acId aubject to all prior re- lIlt dor of April. I9 4. $

,'1., J . | Clark Circuit Court OF THE C1RCVIT COt'RT) orded I..... CURTIS R. HARNKH >-
.- .IV..d County. florIda Stewart L. AvereAttorney LCIUH 5. WILHON. aherlffBrrrard Clerk of the. Clreult Court **
I Published Monday Wednesdays rnni Friday Dr JIoortle Hail for Plaintiff Cunty Florida (SBAL -

D.poty Clerk Poet Office lion toi By Elliaboth M Cooaer By V. m. SP..gi.r' .,kd:;
(HAM Ran Oellle. Florida Deputy Sheriff Deputy Clerk
Apr. 14. O 20, Mar (Wtd) 19... Apr. 1, I. 15. 22 ,(Wed) lN4.I April 1*. U t). May S Wd.J) II<<. Apr, 15, :22. :20. May T tWd.) 1....


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