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Title: Star-advocate
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Res ents on

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84th Year No. 32 5c Per Copy Titusville, Florida i ruday, March 13, 1964 ,16 Pages ,Today Wednesdays and Fridays
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I First Hearing On New Zoning Map Mach 30 I


: Map ReproducedOn

Engineer "Reluctant"On Pages 4,5 4 5

Titusvlllc, guide pattern for

the future will get it* (first official .

public hearing on March

Bulkhead Breaches 30.

City council has set the fir.t

hearing on the proposed new zon

long map and ordinance lor 7'30

William H Kidd chief engmec luctant" to continually present ficiali that t the city should re, the present bulkhead line ,it p.m, Monday March 30, in the

'r for the Trustees of the Internal revised bulkhead lines to the view its entire bulkhead line least not until a study for a new auditorium of Bayvlew Elementary .

Improvement Fund of trustees when "they know sucha and Incorporate all of the ncces line has been made. School ,H

I 'Iorlda, has informed Mayor Ed procedure Is wasteful of their sary changes in one application Kidd letters came as ace \nd, for the benefit of the pub

Kittles and City Manger Cleve time and energy". His advice Is for the city not suit of a report by Jack Buforci lie and,I to make It all "legal the

Talmadge that he is "most re- Thus Kldd informed local of. to submit piecemeal changes InI field reperscntatives for the U council Is printing an official

Board, on his review of pending notice of the hearing plus a reproduction -

__ applications for bulkhead line of the zoning map, on

extensions made by Don k pages!: 4 and 3 of todays star-

I MacLean et al, and H C Kirk J t&ww Advocate

__ # Buford recommended a study Because of the great amount of

for a new line and ao informedthe reduction necessary to fit the

council earlier this week, map into the apace within the

Portions of Kidd letter con Star.Advocate, some dl'taills lost,

firm Duford recommendationas however residents can use this

follows: map as a guide line for their (inspection

and can, if they desire,
"I 1 have just received a report
make a closer inspection of the
from Mr Buford relative to his
original and( large map in (lie lob-
r recent field investigation of the
by of the city hall
proposed changes to the existing p+ ? pt
This large will be display
bulkhead line in the City of Titusville
until Marfh 30, when it will
be used at the hearing
"Let me thank you for the i" The
zoning map and accomp-
cooperation and assistance anying ordinances will, upon approval -
which have extended Mr i S Y
.r be used as a "guicta lire"for
Buford. a.+Y. .L......_ iLl future growth of the city. It

"Our of experience bulkhead revision in these Indicates matters OH, FOR THE LIFE OF A POLITICIAN'' the cheek Mrs. Norma Larks, "Mrs. Dievard Is' In much greater detail than

that a revised bulkheadline "Don't t worry, dear, it's just one of was ready to leave for Miami and city.previous toning maps for the

those things we must do during a campaign the 'Mrs. Florida" contest this weekend,
requires considerably more
know babies and the Residential I areas are divided
you kissing pretty popular attorney general joined
time and effort than does the
girls and all that. Florida Attorney Gen- with Titusville officials in wishing her Into five classes: single family
original line, We are aware of low ,
eral James Kynes might be telling his luck Mr. and Mrs. Kynes were guests at density, single family medium
SIGNS PROCLAMATION i- Titusville Junior Councilor Greg Holley look on. The the circumstances which have density, limited multifamily
Mayor Ed Kittles presents a proclamationhe proclamation was in honor of the 45th anniversary prompted the proposed chances lovely wife, Marjorie, that, as she looks on u breakfast meeting here yesterday. =- and, residential-professional.

I has just signed to DeMolay Master of the founding of DeMolay and and you may rest assured that with apparent mixed emotions while he -S-A( Photo). Cosiness areas are divided Into
Councilor Tom Ward center while Sen. these factors will be gives "Mrs. Brevard" a good luck buzz on .
( ), Kittles proclaimed the week of March fully four classes: business professional

ior Councilor David Carpenter, left, and 15-22 as DeMolay Week here. cvalatcd in arriving at our .. retail sales and services,

staff decision, automotive oriented business,

"P ecemea1 establishment or Jim wholesale,and..warehousing! ,
I:I revision: of bulkhead ,,lints: ;cap,. IiK} 'KynesDraws Industrial' areas are In three
Another Airline "Interested"The lead to serious complications claws: local service Industry

manufacturing, parks
misunderstandings We feel,
I r rM Y 4 Other classes include: hospital-
as I know that you do, that the
future of Titusville.Cocoa ; P I : medical, tourist accommodations,
; 'ij
: : is A
::1' : } public! fully entitled to know
with t mobile home
Airport seems bright, one : park districts, marina
exactly what is and '
scheduled air service now operating proposed j' } and general use.
the peissibile adverse effects of
out of the airport. But yesterday The zoning map Is one of 10
brought the president of i the proposed line. Bulkhead I I tr items covered In a planning program

another airline Interested in See ENGINEER On Page I I; Big CrowdFlorida Initiated by the city backIn

flights from T.C. 4P1iiff"; December, 1961, The program

James M\ Orr, president of Next Week Is It a Joint one by the city amt

Argonaut Aairwaya of Miami, Attorney( General the Florida Development Com-

flew into the airport yesterdayin James Kynes, known to his host mission with DeWitt McGee do- (
one of the company multi. Ing the work
DeMolay WeekIn of friends in the state as "Jim
engine aircraft to look over the my", the former fine Florida The 10 Items covered include

facilities at the airport and the football( player brought his campaign major street and traffic plan,

population of the area' with the Titusville jtCIIH : for election to Titusville neighborhood, analyses, commute
possibility of the airline scheduling yesterday morning. Sally Warren ily facilities plan, major bus-

regular flights from the r,1JIE1Ij Incas district plan, land use plan, I

local field. Next week 1 U DeMolay Weekin Carlln Kynes and his lovely wife, Sally WarrenIs annexation study, public Improvements -

Orr told the Star-Advocate yes. Titusville according to a pro- Marjorie\ were tacit of honor ata program! zoning, subdivision

terday that his airline Is the ; clamation signed by Mayor Kit Carlin AnnouncesFor "light breakfast" in the com regulations and planting;

only regular line In tho state to ties yesterday unity room of Citizen Dank and Candidate procedures ..

be licensed for the operation of TALKING IT OVER Dick Spangler (left), operations The DeMolay will observe thy their presence drew what was McGee was just about com'
multi-engine, large aircraft of officer for the Titusville-Cocoa Airport 45th anniversary of the founding termed by bank president George pleted with his work when TlUs-
Authority answers Supervisor
12,500 pounds, some questions asked by James Orr, president of by Dad Frank S, Land In Morgan the largest crowd in the Attorney Sally Warren of Eau: sills was consolidated with the
The airline president said this Airlines March, 1919. history of the community room Gallic filtd! today as a GOP can. surrounding area. At that time
Argonaut Company's plane is shown in back-
was only a "sight.seeing trip", to Cliff Carlin, Brevard County A total of J50:) people enjoyed dilate for the position of( county the council aaw the need for soother -
S-A Photo
ground. March
( ) 12.22 has officially
see what facilities the airport offered resident since 1946, announced coffee, orange juice and doughnuts !: registration supervisor, contract for a revised plan
been declared
and what the chances were DeMolay Week toddy that he will seek the office while visiting with Mr and :Member of the South Urevard and, the first thing, McGee started -

for regular airline-connecting Norma Larks Off For Confesl. by the International Supreme of supervisor of registration. Mrs Kynes and members of the Republican Club, Miss\ Warren work on was this toning map

flights:;: from the T.C field. Council the and is being honoredby Carlin, a member of the Cent party traveling with them moved to Eau Gallic from So- The Planning and Zoning Com
T.C Authority Operations Officer Titusville Chapter tral Brevard Democratic Assoc Making arrangements here was bring She Is a graduate of the mission members have been
Dick Popular, 'personable Norma 20 cars escorted Mrs. Larks to Order of DeMolay. of meeting with McGee
Spangler pointed out lation and who serves as a memo Charles Broome of the firm of University Florida Law School. at various
the progressive plans now under. Larks, Brevard County's excel- the airport and city and county Mayor Kitties calls on all ber of the board of directors, emphasized Crofton, Brewer and !Holland, Prior to entering law" school Miss\ times since last June and, the

way by the authority He informed lent choice as a candidate for the officials, along with her family citi/ens: to join In commendingthese that his primary con While here Kynes named Warren was supervisor of registration Council joined the Commission In

Orx that construction' of a new Mrs. Florida Contest, which may and some members of the Junior young men of the DeMolay cern is to promote the rcgiitra: Brooma his ( files and student records, workshop sessions with McGee in
as area campaignmanager ):
terminal building will begin ace her in the running for Mrs. Woman Club, of which she Is and in expressing 'grateful appreciation tion of all eligible voters also naming attorney and, was responsible for registering : November, meeting.several times
shortly and brought him up to America, left for the Miami contest president, were there to see her of the fine example lie to offer municipal. Jack Shreve as Cocoa chairman, /( students under special cir since then.Ray .
off and wish her luck In the proposes
date on other features to be yesterday, upconing set by these young leaders in cumstances"According.
sties the opportunity to cooperate Dr. William Borlti in Eau Gallle.
See AIRLINE On Page 8 A motorcade of contest contributing( to the welfare and to all accounts, the
approximately Mayor Ed Kitties the in a dual city and county registration John Turner Jr. In Melbourne\ and
presented character of other Winstead
young men County registration office has not
Don in Cocoa
program, making It POI'sible Jackeway Deach
candidate a bouquet of roses withmany
I officials of the city, thus aiding in the to register at only one place Wednesday night Kynes spoke been run efficiently for years,"
W. S. "Pappy" Austin Announces looking on development and leadership of hilts Warren states. "There is no
Mrs Larks will compete today and be eligible to vote In both at a meeting of the Crcvard Heads
and tomorrow city and county elections, County liar Association, necessity for people to stand In CountyU
tomorrow against five
W S. Pappy" Austin, a rest 1."I'; other candidates In skill This organization Is composedof Carlin pledges complete support line for. hours to register to vote,"
!' categories
dent cf Mims\ for the past 20 young men ranging in age to civic, service and other the said, recalling the university
Jt t of baking, table setting, menu
Of F AlumniRay
from fourteen to twentyoneyears New "v" BoardTo registered lO.OW and more students
)cars, Thursday announced his planning etc. Also she will be organizations interested in 'spec
who are seeking to become in two days "with no one Inline
candidacy for the Democratic judged on ,grooming, poise per. lal registration projects'. He
tomorrow's citizens for more thin: half an hour," Winstead of Titusville was
nomination for County Commissioner senility and community ac'ivit.ej; stated that In his campaign he
for District No 1. and will make a two minute talk DeMolay was organized In will often and openly state, "I Meet Monday t Besides!! the need for streamlinIng elected president of the ftrevard

A resident of Florida for the on "What Mrs America Meansto 1919: It was named for Jacque want you to be able to register," /( the office Miss Warren said County Chapter of the University
DeMolay, the last Grand Master one of her strongest objections of Florida Alumni Association
past 26 years, Austin is superintendent Me f irst meeting of the North Ere-
of the Knights Templar Just was that South Brevard has the here last t night Named to serve
of Goethe Lumber Coat vard Branch of the YMCA Board, .
LaGrange. is DeMolay and his fellow High Divers which was elected recently, will largest: population In the county with Winstead were Walt Rot>

The candidate has been active Interest Sought knights championed the virtuesof be held at 8 p.m. Monday at the anti yet the registration office is shaw of Cocoa: as vice-pre,U rit

in civic affairs and founded the In New Club Here loyalty, reverence and chivalry Citizens Bank open only 12 hours a week and at and Cliff McNulty of Melbourneas

Baseball or so ,it Is with the members Coming HereKoehtcr'i Items on the agenda Include el- the least convenient time. There treasurer,
Mims Little League A will be I la reajorf the oftl Dean Harold Crosby of the UnIvrritity .
of which he Is cur meeting held at 12 of DeMoUy\ today ectlon of offIcers, preparation for no legal ;.,Jy I
ganization, noon Tuesday at Rlverview cannot be open I I'f.' day of Florida disc saed
I.to It charter drive and
Theorg.nlzatlon' membership
serving as president He Is purpose Water Sportcade ,
rently Restaurant for with members som of the
local IntcrerteJ or c
any men j 5' !
Board of Mims offer the teen age boy of today appointment of finance, program mlnimunJ
chairman of the in the formation of an which there is a triple high: dive state the )fl 0t dynamic growth of the university
Methodist Church and has been a Optimist Club of Titusville. ((1)I a wholesome occupation from 73 feet into seven feet of and publicity committees. flee for voter reguration' mist and many unique features of the

board member for several I years, Representatives of the Optimist for hit spare time; ((2) worth water-will appear at Pirtle b* open, but it doe ot limit the growing' school: He pointed out

Austin is married and the Club of West Tampa, the club while associates. ((3)) the best of Plaza March 1921, according; to Pride Inc. Board hours no maxim is given," that Jhe University ot Florida was

father of two children. His son. sponsoring the local organization, environment; and ((4)) an Interesting officials of the Plaza Merchant To Meet TomorrowA she said!. I one of three universities in the

Gerald, works for Pan American ; 'i will be here to meet with beat and complete program of Association: Miss Warren is si| uinr for 'he U. S. offering such a wide variety
at the Cape and daughter, Mrs\ : 1 men all around youth development It will be set up In the Plaza special meeting of the Boardof Keyettcs Club at EaiT Gallic Huh;:! of education on one campus.

Joan Spangler, is an employee of .. .. '.. They were here recently to confer By meeting these foals, De parking lot and will be free to Directors of Pride Inc, will School, a member of the American Outgoing\ president is Dean

Citizens Bank, Titusville W. S. "Pappy" Austin' with Mayor Ed Kitties and Molay leaden: believe that the the public. be held at noon Saturday, at a Legion. the Business and John Haynes of Brevard Junior
The candidate has had considerable will use the Tuesday meeting to youths learn to be better citizensand The act features Rudy and luncheon In the Rlverview Rest Professional Women's Club, and College: :

experience in all phase road and bridge work which lie determine what Interest If found loaders, thereby providing a Jerry Koehler and Jerry's wife, atirant Members of the Board of I U currently chairman of the The dinner meeting was held at

of construction work, including engaged in prior to moving beret locally for such a club better world tomorrow Yvonne Directors are urged to attend. Eau! Gallie Cancer Drive Whispering Hills Country Clu"H01SIH "! ;

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j Fags TItutvllU (Florid) Star Advocate Friday, March 13, 1 1964 N Jaycee Wives Plan

Several Raising Money Projects 'round town, ii

Several money raising projects

fYtth Nelae And Notes were planned by Tltuiville Jaycee -

i pj' NortA Brtpard Wives at their March 10 Phone 267.3994 with/ barbara/ cdrwon

meetlnc held .t tbe Tint Federal :

'WIves Friendship group his room.offered The to furnish local Mrs. Nick (Lillian) Turpoljac, to about 150 prospective teach olarship! fund.

., the kitchen supplies and 203 Mantor, has been wearing a ers. Although their major Interestwas

drapes for the new Jaycee clubhouse bright cheerful smile these past In elementary education, Don't forget the Spring Hat

two days, and with good reason. they talked to and took applications S.le. today and Saturday sponsored -
She won first place in the District from many teachers in
Mrs.\ James Hertztl. general education. by St. Teresa's C.W.C. in
6, Florida Federation of Woman's secondary
Ralph Carter chairman of the Club House Com Clubs sewing coolest at Cocoa The principals used descriptive room "K" at the school. Got a

mittee' has plans well underwayfor Beach Wednesday afternoon. literature pamphlets and sneak preview of the cats this

a pot-luck supper for Jaycees, Lillian looked stunning in her photos of our schools in making week and they are all lovely PIS-

Speaks To their wives, and invited guests, to lovely yellow and white two-piece their presentations. The' teacherswere .tel colors and have lots of flowers

be held at the Woman's Club ensemble and won a total of 90 very Impressed with the and frills typical of Spring. Com-

building on March 21. The sup points out of a possible 100 In the new un-graded educational system Jbined with the beautiful white

IRC WomenUnderwater per will begin at 7 p.m. followedby judging for "appropriateness of here the "Space Program"; .creations, the hats make a gay,

entertainment supplied by costume", "becomingness to Principals making the trip refreshing scene reminding 415

mowers dredges, members. The following chair wearer", "over-all fashion ef with Hclladay) were Bill Williams, Spring is here.

land acquisitions terms not men were named by Mrs. Hert- fect" and "workrnansjiip". Mims Elementary; Boyce Pad

generally associated with woteens' zel to help with the supper: On April 13, 14, 15 and 16, Lillian gett, Sabal Elementary in Mel I 1--
Centerpiece decorations, Mrs. will be attending the state
William Weeks Cam
clubs' jargon were a very bourne; ,
Earl Spencer; phone committee, F.FW.C convention In Jacksonville I! -
necessary part of the talk Ralph bridge Elem. in Cocoa, Dale
Carter presented at the March : Mrs. Douglas Ahrens and Mrs where she will compete with Weizenecker, Surf side Elem. in
: Dale Freeman; and Door prize, other District winners for the -:
meeting of the Indian River City ",, .. Mrs. William.. Clark Satellite Beach; and Robert
Womans Club. I state championship. Fritz, Cocoa Beach Elem.
f' A baked goods sale under the
Carter, who ii Brevard Coun
3'- chairmanship of Mrs. Steve Pan. In the midst of all the sewing
ty Recreation Director, told of ; Recent house guest of Rev. and Jewelry Dept. Specials
.' i tans will take place In the near Lillian and Nick were hosts to
the background of the county Mrs. Ed Norman, GoKview Dr..
e ftl
,.Ifs., future. some old family friends, Mr. and( I Uy-Awiy
program from its beginning in I, 11 y was Miss Elizabeth Howell, a d].t Account"
Mrs. Walter Seman from Toledo, I
19J8 when the first project undertaken -' .... l'f' Mrs. Hertzrl announced that Missionary teacher for Junior I
acquisition of It...;... .J. ._..."- r .A .t..' ___ t.'ll'llr.i!!' : ''I stamps will he collected Ohio. Lillian went all through and Senior High School in Fuk- -
was trading
MEETING SPEAKER of the kitchen items.A school with their daughter, Mrs. \uoka, Japan. Miss Howell attended ..). .n4 .... C',.,:;; Wt;
recreational lIe Ralph Carter. Indian River Woman'sClub and redeemed for
land for parks. man City Vivian Stager, and enjoyed talkIng ..,..tl." a In th. ...t .... .Y
also told of how the county or Brevard County Recreation Director, is Conservation Department, and Mrs. donation of stamps by memo over the good old school days. Florida Southern! College with a n* mort. .< (Mtery. .<,lie tr.....
.tlre I K Walthim
ganization helped communities shown with Mrs. Curies Dean (left), chair- Jean Hecklemoser, Club Treasurer. tiers and friends would be greatly After the Seemans left on their !the Normans and was Miss South .Hi,,,Mir.,, Bwwuto, Walkm.>, < ...and,.. i,OH.mllMn IT.._.".
ern in 1947. They all had a deli&hUul -
throughout the county, establish appreciated. return trip home, Lillian went ..I.ma.> waUhn.
their own forms of rccreatioji. Parkway P.T.A I' Members and guest attending down to Ft. Lauderdale for i time going hack through

He pointed out that mat- JWC To Honor Club .1 I the March meeting made decor- port vLit with her parents, Mr. !the year books and reminiscing 14DIAMONDLADIES'
Sponsor about the times had at
Stresses Value good they
trials for the enlargement of the I i ations for the pot luck supper. and Mrs. Roy Nelson. GRUEH

InJian River City Civic Center Of The Sciences I o:i Hostesses Mrs. Henry Theed and college. _17.01_ In.w-.M... -
the Mrs Douglas Ahrens served a House Miss Howell has been attend. '".... .IIIt. W
were by county With Mother-Daughter Tea ) guests usually come 1 'u.. ,
association with labor being Parkway Junior High .I, St. Patrick's Day cake to those calling in a car, train, bus or air ing Columbia University and was -49' :
local residents. P-TA met briefly Monday night I attending. guest speaker at Wedaesday'smeetinlr
by Clare
dofle plane but Larry and
Members of both the TitusvilleJr. the Sr. Women's Club of Titus. annual of the Woman's Society
the fourth ,
IJe showed slides of the progress Women's Club and !the Sr. preceding Members\ and guests present In- Simms of Abbott Ave. had some 2-Dlomaid l4lM'Orwi.'
villa Science Fair award presentai, of Christian Service at First w.,....., .
of the various parks over Women's Club will have ad- friends casually stop by SundayIn .
an eluded Mrs. Henry Theed. Mrs. Methodist Church. HrikfMsr
Members of both clubs invited tlons with Ponds'ipresiding. : ,,
are Mrs. Betty : I a 32' Chris Craft cruis .j-.4, in
th! county including Wickham vance chance to show off their Jesse Fisher Mrs. Len Rogers, super whit v .>..
Park, Max K. Rhodes Park, in Easter finery at the Mother. to attend and bring along > Mrs. James Lovan, Mrs Earl er. The two couples met Larry Titiuville High School's P.T.S. tew iM, withN.khlnd .... 2597

thJ soutn of the county the Daughter tea to be given by the their daughters. Rev. Thomas Ream, pastor of I Spencer, Mrs. Vern Cannon, and Clare at the Marina and went ....... Un.- V.I .1_
A. is planning two interesting and .
First Church of (the Nazarene I I to their home for dinner and M1.f0.Men's
Grange Islands in the Indian Jr. Women's Club on Sunday Mrs. Hans T. Walker chairmanof Mrs. James Hertzel, Mrs. Stephen .
River, Fox Lake west of Titus. March 22, from 2 to 4 p.m., at the Home Life Dept. and Mrs. spoke to the assembly of parentsand 'I Fantano Mrs. John Hopkins, iniscing of old times. They slepton important starting study-discussion next Monday nightin sessions or Ladles' I
students out hid board that night and headed
vilft find of the Gun Range and the women's club building Richard Van ]Horn, chairman of pointing Mrs. Donald Jones, Mrs. Philip the e cafeteria from 2,30: till 17-Jewel. t
theory that the Psalmist David for the Keys early Monday morning
Riding stables all under developrjient The Tea Is being planned by the Community Affairs Dept., C. Warren, Mrs. Dale Freeman, return from 9:30( p.m. This month's programwill
He showed slides of members of the Home Life Department have asked that members of both was an early scientist. Mrs. Charles Crumpton. Mrs They plan a trip begin with! two short movie DISCO WATCHES

the portion of the Valkaria air and the Community Affairs clubs who wish, to attend please He stressed the fact that David Charles Sheeler, Mrs. Donald the Keys to Baltimore, Marylandon films "Age of Turmoil" and M.H'. W.t.,..f..*. thMeleV.. ***

slrjp(: which has been made Department of the J.W.C. RSVP either to Mrs. Walker at was very familiar with the Heacock, Mrs. Douglas Ahrens, the cruiser "Early Marriage" which will ban IttminsMM' wit*a.l.i*.'U*...-WM.-.Ma-..,e..
Tho club has chosen this tea 2G7-OS30 to Mrs. Van Horn at things around him and he wrote Mrs. Don Matteson and Mrs. IMM. and IMIIM, IT 'r.rC.Ns
available for drag racing whichhe as or describe the topic of the discus .....h.. w," w.lehint _*.*..
:said was under supervision their way to honor their sponsor, 267.0426. his many poems and songs about William Clark. W, G. Holladay Director of aion groups. 44M Mn...

of Jhe National Association of the creation. that "the Personnel) for the Brevard The small discussion groups Compare At 099
firmament showeth his handiwork" -
Sports Car Racing. TitusvilleCocoaCoin County School System and five will be under the leadership of 24.95 Anywhere /
Dinner Will Celebrate 45th
*(Jrs. W. D. Bruner DistrictNo Clubs Slate area principals returned recent. Dr. Pauline Fertsch from the
? 6 Director gave a brief summary "I believe", Rev. Ream said, ly from a recruitment trip to Brevard County Guidance Clinic, r

of federation work. "not only did David know about Joint MeetingThe colleges in Mississippi Tennessee Miss Mary Walker, psychiatric

tyrs. James Plumb president Birthday Of American LegionThe creation; I believe he knew the Arkansas, Louisiana, South social worker at the center and 4M
Titusville Coin Club will
presided over a rather lengthy Creator. Carolina and Kentucky. Mrs. Rosalie Gasson. psychiatricnurse.
buness session at which time American Legion will be served at '7.00: p,m. at the Legion Rev Ream pointed out that bold a joint meeting with the Holladay tells us the trip was All parents and teenagers

*lri. Larry Flink announced the iS years old on !March 17, and the Hall science only upholds the fact Cocoa Cola Club Monday, March very successful and they talked are urged to attend this session

vaijous' chairmen of the upcoming TUusville Post No. 1 will be hon- Titusville Post No.1 has many that there is a God. 23, 7:30: p.m., at the IRC Civic and a follow-up session next

card party slated for April .oed with a dinner prepared by members' who are veterans 'of Election of officers was also Center. ( Luncheon Fashion month.
.members} of the Auxiliary and World War 1, and several of these held during the meeting with ,
22 )'t t Citizens Bank. Heading the An auction will be held and
hold continuous membership the following elected: Show On Agenda Of Joan and Bert Greenville have
committees were: Mrs. Chris refreshments served. A 1964
Webber tickets; Mrs. Rose Mitchell Pink Lady Schedule cards for 43 years. Mrs. Betty Ponds, president; New York World's Fair medal Chrysler WivesThe special visitors in their home at

1. refreshments; Mrs. Jua- Final plans for the dinner were Mrs. Doris Roberts, 1st vice- will be one of several door prizes 205 Diamond Rd. Joan's parents,
'The Pink Lady Schedule at Chrysler Wives Club will Mr. and Mrs. Bjorn Try from
nita4 Young, table arrangements made at a meeting of the Auxiliary vice-president; Mrs. James Her- to be given.
meet Wednesday, March 18, at Chicago, have been having a gay I
i\4\ cards; Mrs. Lillian Turopol- Jess Parrish Memorial) Hospital on Monday night. Several president; Ralph Robertson, 2nd Visitors are welcome and a
week of March 15th through guests of both the Legion and the the Rockledge Country Club. The time visiting with their four VALTHAM
JacJ: prizes; Mrs. Clare Simms, vice-president; Mrs. James Herring special invitation is extended to or HEL ROSMEN'S
isas follows Auxiliary are expected to attend. social hour will begin at 11:00: grandchildren Ann Alan Carol
treasurer Mrs. Paul Bam-
publicity; Mrs. Peggy Gray, ; all juniors.
o'clock a.m. followed by luncheonand and Lindy and have been taking WATCHES
posters.Mrs. forth, secretary Mrs.
Sunday March 15 After. ; Harry fashion show presented by short trips to various points of -
a '' '
I IRC Teen-Town Bell, historian.Mrs. : :.:: _
Theo. Mitchell reported noon: M. Doerrlcr J, Skinner Pythian Sisters D'Orr of Eau Gallic. interest in Florida. Joan tells us ..N.WM., Irn..o.n.d"NI"' l JW7n4
that approximately 100 Fireman N: Shields; Evening: H. Conner Attendance Set Ponds announced a par. Chrysler wives will model the her parents really love it down ...n.I..,.l.hnNiN hln., .= I EUf ,

Directories had been sold. Mrs. M. N. Cason. tnt-student dance to be held Temple No 22 newest spring creations and Inspire here and may retire In this area. "|. |:jf,f. vHen's
At 98 March 7 April 3, In the cafetorium. Pythian Sisters, Temple No. searchedfor
Randolph Nunnally was appointed Monday, March 16 Morning those who have
)Auditor replacing Mrs. Gary : L. Jones, L. Willis-; After Saturday evening activities at 22, held a regular meeting last that "Just right" Easter A dessert.card party is comingup Autowlnd>> Gruen,
Tuesday night at Castle }Hall. Monday night at '7.30 Walthan Helbros '
WoOds who resigned.Mrs. noon: J. Ryan G. Williams; Indian River City TeenTownwere Division 26 LPN's finery p.m. ,
Various committees reports for the Senior IT.,...., rNnNNb
Plumb urged membersto gave Please call for reservations sponsored by Woman's
Evening: J. Phelps, R. Williams, pleasant and there were 98 To Meet Monday .h..k....'. I U '" '
{ttend juvenile court under and several members were your Chrysler guests before Club In their building on Hopkins ...... d.h, ..rNNM
C. Williams P. Wilson. young people present. Two servo ....
The Licensed Practical bn" m.khM
Nurses W.Sunday 16th. SU Ave. Proceeds from this
reported Monday March 37160 event .
Judge: Conkling's Day in Courton ''
Tuesday, March 17 Morn ice men were enjoying their : : ;
Association of Inc. Division : ll t
Florida AM 7-3631 or AM 7-7462. will be used for the student senf HIM 17 >
.larch 19 at 2:30: p.m. ing: F. Young, L. Pettit, F. leave with old friends, prior to 26, will meet at the Jess March 15, is "Go to -

Ik was voted to contribute to Tuten; Afternoon: M. Kraus F. going over seas. Richard J. Bishop Parrish Memorial Hospital at Church Sunday" and the group *$' **$!$ WWACannon's st Ladies' 11
the three Major Community Thompson, C. Thompson; Even will be going to Germany T.30; p.m., March 16th. will attend First Methodist

Drives, Polio Heart, and Can- ing G. Sikes, C. Waterrose and Pete Fain to France. Highlights of the program will Church at 7:30: p.m. Hon')'.uck- r Waltham,

cer: D. Willn.! During the evening the police be a welcome to student memo le Council No.9. Pythian Sun- I Helbros Gruen .,. j jIf

]Mrs. Webber Mrs. Ted Pope Wednesday March 18 apprehended a car with several bers at 800; and a lecture by shin Girls have been invitedto Bakery Jwae, .unMNh,.........-, ,
and Mrs. Kenneth Kindsvater Morning: E. Bamforth, L. Estra people In It, just as they were In Mrs. Elva M. Saunders R.N., at attend this service also. .h..k I...."..'....10 rllh / 1.'
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weld elected to the nominating da; Afternoon: V. Gass, L. front of Teen.Town, and it is 8:30.( Mrs. Saunders will discuss MM-.h.N..ta;lln. t."..n.ATLY

committee, with the president Browning; Evening: E. Chau- hoped that if anyone saw this "Premature Babies Isolette Mrs. Vernon Thomas chair WE SELL BV' DELIVERY ONLY' :J;. .hNe

appointing Mrs. Kindsvater as doin, T. Howard, J. Wilson, P. commotion they do not think thatit Care and Newborn Problems." man of Ways and Means Committee 39.75 to 17.TRANSISTOR 00(.

cha man. Wilson. was any of the Teenagers. The All interested individuals ire announced a meeting to I WE SPECIALIZE IN DECORATED CAKES Z. 45.0011ut 1

Reports were also heard con Thursday, March 19 Morn officer apologized for taking this Invited to hear this Interestingand be held Tuesday, March 17, 7.30p : () RADIO

cer lfrs. the installation banquetby ing: B. Jones, G. Bray; After action near Teen.Town but said informative discussion. .m,, at Castle Hall. ORDER TODAY-AM 7-5635 =

Turopoljac and county noon: Z. Cutter J. Roberts J. that they had tried to catch !this Mrs. Myrtle Thompson, Deputy Coniul....a.Ir.MINN.e.n
Federation meeting by Mrs. Tolis car near South Street. VISIT HERE of District No. 6 will be in I u. u.I V .... .... 696
; Evening, : A. Webster. ylN ssllti ,*.".. 1
Plumb. Friday March 20 Morning: It was announced by Pres, Mr and Mrs. Roy Boulton of charge of a school of Instruction ,I l

ifrs.( Christine Patton and V. Schuler; Afternoon: M. Sal. Joe Mance that there will be a Lakewood Ohio, and Mrs. H A. to be held Saturday March 14, TAPE RECORDER

MrsJ! Dolores Mancini were ter. W. Whalen; Evening: J. free membership dance March Keske of Dunedin were visitors in Daytona. A group from

special guests.It Hughes, J, Moore, B. Hinds. 31 when "The Avantes" will play at the II. H. Hudson home Thurs Temple' No. 23 plans to attend tr.mi.tor."IM. will. .* -lM.
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and is to dress in hillBilly SkilletSPECIAL f
everyone .Moe ao
was announced the April Saturday, March 21 After. outfits. This should be a I day. this, meeting ._U4.M ...,

meutmg has been scheduled for noon: C. Hagler, N, Shields; gala occasion. There will be
Math 30 so .a s not to conflict -' S RECORDING TAPE
Evening: C. Young, L. Rash, K. prizes given for the two best out tylVAt
will the state convention to beheld Monroe, L. Hepner. fits. Young Actors and Actresses! K O '.In." Noe.,0 for

!! in Jacksonville. t,,-. .".... 4N 3 1 ?
Hostesses were Mrs. Theo

Mitchell, Mrs. Theodore Sauer. Your Special Talent is

becl Mrs. Helen Allen, Mrs. FOR SAT. ladiesPendants K
Wanted Now !1- Join The .
David I
James Plumb and Mrs. Joseph Kovacs M. D. tNNrMIk' !
drwih lirtlntoiM 44 VniKMr
Draper Kennedy, u. M

Arjother} DaughterFor ANNOUNCES THE OPENINGOF THESE Save %-ad* More-


Salt; and Mrs. Theo Melvin of HIS OFFICE AT benefits. ((1)) ALL PLAYS CAST FROM MEMBERS. -

Topeka Kansas announce the ((2)) 25c ADMISSION TO ALL PLAYS.

birth of their third daughter TITUSVILLE MEDICAL CENTERFOR


miss weighed 7 Ibs. PLAZA (or) MAIL TO: If NORTH WILLIAMS AVENUE.D .
14 on. The mother is the former THE PRACTICE OF

Miss Bonita Kittles, daughter I 1

cf Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Kit- OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGYOFFICE With French Fries,

tics,., Sr., Titusville '
HOURS: NAME . . Lettuce & Tomato of Diamonds hth.

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Past Chief's Club ADDRESS . . fi and Buttered RolL .._ *._ and _..
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday __ .
S.N.-au/ r Kwhlro
PHONE AGE . I N rNl.r ......
Tie Past Chief's Club of the 9.30( t-3to6
Pythian Sisters will meet Mon- : PARENTS SIGNATURE . . Compere 070

day, March 16th 7:30: p.m., at Saturday 9:30: to 1:00: Eve. Hours Mon. 6:00: to 8:00: 1 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL: i iAM 'W' GNT: <::0. Al 230.00I It
1.3911 TODAY)
Caste( Hall with Mrs. Bert
Phone 267-4486
or 267.603.4By Appointment
Freeman and Mrs. Ira Tinnel as Plrtle Plaza TUiurllle



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Friday, March U, W4 TI"'III.'IJ'ISI! ( ) -Adv eit'' Page 3a1 land He touched on selecting such a talented member and are a on of the Workman and the

rme mil spoke nt omi" )lengthon iking forward to another \'lei lather: and mnlhor will he ti\in
Campbell Associates Joins Forces
the selection of root) .toe k.. i"nv at the Convention in our city for a month altei _'
He spoke about a suitable solution eating between the home of then .

si for destroying fungus on Boy Scout NewsBoy son and their daughter( Mr. In Cheoah Valley
plants stating It was better to Workman Sr Is retired and livesIn DevelopmentCampbell
Scout Troop 310 met it the J
be. Clearwater, a small town near
dip plants into the solution
tivic Center last Tuesday eve Augusta, Ga. : Associates, Inc. dent of Campbell Associates,
: fk fore planting At UV conclu rang for its regular meeting Thj Joins! forces with 'Cheoah Val ins conferred with Jack L.
ion( It his talk he held a quest.au
4 meeting was opened by the Gator To Lehigh Acres lc\" Developers! m the "Second Barnes of Fnrt Lauderdale, president -- {
and answer period. B. Patrol, led by Patrol Leader :Mr and Mrs Albert Kicharl Home Market." Americans on of Smoky Mountain Pro-
I Following this, Mrs. L.
sieve Ucbber Dues were collect son of 225 Pardon Annul!. and! the move will spend $J4 millionfor poetics Inc. Plans were formulated ..
Newman read the Gardening
k rd,I and recorded. two children, Nanette and ,Joty recreation this year compared for joint sales coverage of h
Table for
limp March.
Mrs William Diehl was hostess Glen Archer Scoutmaster, left last Saturday! toWt his to approximately $8 million Cheoah Valley" t
talked to the boys concerning( the father and mother :Mr and :Mrs in 1913 The U S. Dept of
at this meetng. The mantle to be- held Cncoah! VMIcy I Is a 700.acrq j
scout Exposition on Albert Richardson Sr. in I"liiKh; Commerce states that purchaseswill
shelf was decorated with pink Saturday, March 14th at the Acres, on the West Coast (erf Florida range from power boats to vacation and retirement project

-I- d t" ki, t Ih i ; geranium cuttings, which later. (cocoa Armory, from 2:00: p.m. till Mr. Albert Richardson Sr. golf carts nestled In the heart of the great

were distributed among the ladies '0 i 00 p.m The ticket sales end (on celebrated his 70th birthday over Rising income and lets Smoky Mountains of North

_ _ _ present. The officers' table Friday.A the last week end, and our Rich! ure has created an more exploded Carolina

was decorated with a bowl of demonstration on sterilized ardsons went to help him ctlebrate market for the "Second Home" According to Campbell, "prei i
various colored azaleas The their with triangular sent vacation !
dressings and use Joseph W. Campbell prcst day home buyers
centerpiece! on the buffet table bandages was given by y are more demanding. Todays

__.-'w. _r iJlIIUllll/1lIOU..Ji;; : WAS an Ikebana arrangementof the Panther Patrol, led by Patrol Visitors Fran, Ky second home owners are looking

AT MEETING Attending a meeting of ervisor; Mrs. Lucille Francisco, AssocI- glorlosa lilies and green I Leader Chris Kraft. Assisting First lieutenant Taylor Ewing: :Mrs Lyman Green, Mrs Ken toward all the comforts of home

the Brevard Food Service Associationwere ation President; Mrs Lena Baker Patrick haves Mrs. Diehl, assisted in him were Russell! Kraft, Gene U. S. Army, lOll I his wife arol I son, Frey Mrs Charles Jaccbs, Mrj with the huilt.In modern conveniences

I (left to right) Henry Woodward Jr., AFB School lunchroom manager; and Dr. serving by Mrs. Gordon Moore, Fredericks and Roy Ma'utt! Taylor Jr., from Fort Knox, Ken- Verna Gooden, Mrs\ NoreenEastt'r coupled with their recreation
nerved coffee, tea, cookies Steve Webber and Phil Elmore tueky spent last Mon'lay and Major purchasers
County Sanitation Officer Miss Sara E. S. Manning, PAFB veterinarian and arefamilies
; ;Mrs Verna Hepncr, Mrs
candies and nuts to all. Tuesday visiting with his co 1 ism,,
uteri advisers. who round
Howard, County School Lunchroom the : as want a year
Sup- guest speaker at meeting. Eulah: BaUer. Mrs. Betty Jack
Stiles held the
R. lucky .
Another demonstration, "t'on- :Mrs[ Billie Rae Freeman at :N'n; Mrs. Herman Glasser Mrs repeat a* well as a place to vacation
Indian River City i South Tihisville Happenings number which was 11 and wona irol of Bleeding" was presented\ 4 Orange Court !It Euin.; is a Thomas son Porter Mrs. Shirley ."

plant. In' the! Rebel Patrol, whose( pat great: gulf enthusiast ant) is Golf Stair :Mrs Elizabeth Hatchctt. Smoky Mountains Properties,

I rot! leader is David ChampIon. Tournament: Champion of 'the Of. Mrs\ E. n. \\hite. Mrs Lou Ra Inc., sponsors of Cheoah Valley .

Coquina Hosts Food Service Assn Y. W. A. News Helping in this demonstrationwere ficers' Club at Fort Knox. gIn' ; Mrs. Charles Clifford, Mrs. offer the discrete "Second

The Young Women Auxiliary John Gandy, Stanton Candy Jeanne Davis, Mrs Catherine Home Buyer" a complete custom
of Central Baptist Churchmet and Mike :Mortensen ChuckDavia' Bridal Shower Maltbic, and Mrs\ Richard Ragin. built furnished
Patrol, the Titan Patrol on
Monday evening Coquina Elementary at the Church last Tuesday Mrs I Kate: Bahnsen: of IInli\u\ Out of town guests were: Mrs rite fur $7,500 with $1,000 down:
toad the One
< ( meeting. Forty
School was host tithe ( evening at 7:30: p.m. The meeting No 50, assisted by Mrs flu Pcflgy/ Grashoff from Iowa, Mrs Other models range from $8,500to
"n's attended. this meeting.
regular) meeting of the Ere opened with the singing of Bartlshar: recently honored Viss! John Hammond, Orlando, Mrs $19" .000 upward depending

yard Food Service AssociationMrs the\ YWA Hymn "0 Zion Sharon Waddell, daughter: rf Mr Ed Watcheskl from Baltimore: the need of the purchaser
upon ;
Pete Waddell w'io! will Mrs! !Roe Farmer from Los Angeles
Lucille Francisco presiden t"I Haste. Roll Call was answered Oyster Bake and Mrs
of the Association and Lunch with each girl quoting the Members! of the IRC Tourist be married( to Chuck Porter on ( California; !Mrs VcrnaHefner I.
9 the 19th of April, with a I bridal Bradinton; Mrs. !\Ill)'
room manager from Unl'ersit3Park Y W A. Watchword: Daniel 123.: and! Social Club went to Jones' Smith Orlando Mrs Ruby Pear

Elementary School, pre The glib helped celebrate the Fish Camp at Oak Hill, last Sunday shower i'e'! '>', Orlando. ;
sided at this meeting. birthday of the Missionaries by for an "Oyster Rake". Members Present at this function were GARDENHEADQUARTERS

Lunchroom managers who attended 'j lighting candles for each missionary who attended this function, :Mrs Pete Waddell, the honoree The honoree received a numher .

included Nadine Cooper 1 I j observing a birthday on were Mr .and! Mrs. Paul Mann, mother Mrs. Flo Dardshar. Mm of beai,.tifiil and useful! gifts
Whispering Hills ElementaryLeila that day. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Wade, Mr[ Ann Kemmcrlms. Mrs!! Julie Mrs I L'ihrui-n and Mrs. Dardshar

Thackrey Titusville High: .'1-\ ': :H <' ""'1it : i"t1: A report was heard from the and Mrs. Fred Detweilcr, Mr Hoffman Mrs Woorow Ram"r served delirious! refreshments rrm "a __

Midge Cooper Coquina Elemen :..oI..t. ...,._: ._,.;,, .i......... ., A! girls who attended the County and Mrs. Charles Fnrie'i' Mr. -
tarv: Cleo Ramer, Rivcrview Home last Saturday. After reviewing and Mrs. Glen Richmond ,
Elementary Anna L Mays, THEY SING Four boys from Coquina Elementary lames Hewitt Mrs Mamie Patton EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
; Chapter 1 of the YW F
School (left to right) Gary Jackson, James Stark, Wesley
:Mr and Mrs. Harold
Parkway Jr. Fran Gibson
High Lucille
; Teel and Barry Thomas, sang during the Food Service A. Manual the glib were given Mr and Mrs. Clinton Stadia and I
Cisco, University Park Elementary questions on Chapter II. : DANCINGAt
; Emma Garret!. Harbor r Association Meeting The girls will be studying the :Mrs! Gertrude Moomaw r 4

City Elementary; Lena Baker,, manual for the next four weeks. -
Pa'rick Gas Mills Edgeuooi Jr High; Beatrice Breedlove president, presidedat To Port Orange At The
Elementary\ ; Mary in preparation for the YWA C
kins, Indialantic; Limbaugh, Pineda Ele her first meeting, she having State: Conference to be held In Last Sunday afternoon. Mr. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE For All Your Lawn and
and Kate Snead, been fleeted at the last meeting.
Polly Austin Mims Elemen- DcLaivi April 17.19th. The girls and( !Mrs Glen Richmond of Co TITUSVILLE LODGE NO. 1962
Satellite High School A short business session Garden Needs!
tars Mrs. retired, decided to start work the quina Avenue, visited with Mr.
; Taylor on
Decorations in the spacious the opening ceremony. 9:00: TO 1 1:00: NO COVER CHARGE LIVE ORCHESTRA
Mimo Cousins, Rock Y.W.A. Citation This cle- ant :Mrs George Dletter In Pert
Josephine is
; auditorium of Coquina School Mrs. Carl Signorelli reportedthat MEMBERS AND GUESTS *
ledge: Marie Liebar. Ruth Hene- signed to( let the individual girls Orange. These couplea have [ 1 Mil North Mimt U. S. No.1 1 NEW
were In the motif of St. Patrisk's the tree ordered for the been friends for TIe on Semi Formal SHIPMENT
School excel many years. :
Melbourne ,
gar : Lou in missionary
Refreshments of late Laura
Day. were the Mrs
Diettrrs have
Dean, Clearlake Jr Bea after fulfilling certain quite an acreage _.
High requirements
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furnished by all North Brevard Gorpas had been duly plantednear near Port Orange and are enjoying .
Schools Even here, the cake her grave. The club vot life In the Sunshine State
was frosted In gieen ed to allow the IRC Home: Dem The State office will send BUILD

I'1T.; In a business session officers onstration Club to use its dishes!! Citation Certificates to each From III, \1\1 I WWE EachLAWNMOWERS
individual and they will be presented N E HOUSESREMODELING
eo t were elected for the coming and silver for its spaghetti din Mr. and !Mrs Frank Buscumi \
during a Irnpiessiveservice
i very
a ,year. Virginia Lissette wan ner on April 6th from Rockford, Illinois, were re- I WORK
elected President; Flora Lewis, Members present were Mrs. rent visitors with Mr and Mrs.
President elect; Irene Ellington, After a short business session, Leon Bahnsen Bank Financing Available
M. F. Breedlove, Mrs W. IIBofchoff of highway t o. I IN STOCK
41 Piece. Secretary and Josephine Cous';; Mrs. William Diehl there was Committee Planning 50. The Bahnseni came to IndUn FREE ESTIMATES
ins as Treasurer. Mrs. Nicholas Gentile, Mrs J.' The Community Mission Chair River City from Rockford\ and. Ix OJf .NO DOWN PAYMENT SNAPPING TURTLE
99t Special guests for the eveningwere J. Holley, Mrs. Edward J. McGee man presented plans for the that Is why the Buscumi's cameto MOTO-MOWER

Mr. Woodward and Mrs Mrs J H Leight, Mrs.L. Quarter. For April the girls visit They had been wintering COLEMAN CONST.CO. I JACOBSEN
Taylor now, retired from the B Newman, Mrs Glen Rich lire planning Visitation for Bell in Fort Lauderdale for (two ;.' E-Z ROLL MONO

Mims Lunchroom mond, Mrs. Carl Signorelli, Mrs. wood Mission, a Southern Bap months and decided to break 267.TOM Financing/ AvaiableBEAUTIFUL '

tKSG Miss Sara Howard, Supervis C. I I. Stearns and Mrs. Paul R. tist Mission sponsored by Central their journey for a week to visit _

cr of Brevard County Lunch Stiles Guests were Mrs. Esther Baptist Church. the Bahnsens. They were so impressed BIG

rooms, took all the guests through Anderson, Mrs Charles Strickler For May they will present a with Indian River City,

a tour of the Coquina Mrs Gail Rollins, Mrs Special May Day program for they have decided to winter here IMPORTANTNOTICE ROSEBUSHES

Lunchroom. Martha Longstaff and Mrs. Edward the residents of the County next year. I

Guest speaker for the even Einhouse Home

ing was Captain E. S. Mennmg Introducing the program, Mrs. For June each girl is going to Visitor
U. S. Air Force from Patrick Stiles read adopt an older citizen, shut-in A
an article on "The Recent visitors at the home of
or invalid, and do something 2.50 Each
H AFB where he is a veterinarian. "
Group Value-$169.95 Growing Season. Following Mr. and Mrs. William Diehl of .
He spoke on "Sanitation in the this Sylvester Rose, Assistant special for them. Jepson Street, were Mr. and Mrs *
School Lunch.room". Plentiful County Agent gave an Interest. Those present were: Penny Edward Elnhouse and Mr. and Effective f March 1 1st.

refreshments were served to all 1111 and informative talk on see FOlks, Carolyn McAllister, Sandy Mrs Albert Einhouse and their Be at Tampa international airport
guests and members of the Association c-al: gardening topics He dealt George, Becky Adams, and three children Renee, Rachel FERTILIZE

The four boys sang with the subject of starting a Mrs. Debris Surrency, YWA and Ramona, both families from or Pinellas international airportin Original Gro-Tone
two "If I had a hammer"and Director minutes. .
plant. Trimmings are easierto Perryopolis, Pa., and Mrs. Martha Pellet Ferllllxer
"Cotton Field. An enjoy. start a plant than from seeds, Longstaff from Orlando. The Alto
able evening was reported by he said. Sewing Contest I Scheduled Shuttle Service
senior Mr Elnhouse Is Mrs f ) Titu-
t 3-6-8 In 25% 30% 50%
those attending He went on to say that many Mrs.' Nick Turpoljac, IRC Woman Diehl brother and Mrs. Martha G.f;:; f rrville/Ceceo elrpert and Cope Kennedy
s Club member, who re t 1. 100% Organic
plants are better started by Longstaff a sister a'i Melbourne Alrpert.SOUTH.
10 PC. BEDROOM Garden Club propagation than from seeds, for cently won that Club's Sewing

Group Value 149.95, The IRC Garden Club met "By propagation, you get the Contest, continued her winning From S.C.
last Wednesday afternoon at true plant". He told the ladies streak when she took top honorsat O CENTRAL GRASS SEED
Mr. and Mrs C. Work
2:00 p.m. In the Civic Center for that it was best to start cuttingsin the Regional Sewing Contest Emory CENTIPEDEBERMUDA

s its regular meeting Mrs. M. F. a mixture of peat.moss and held at the Cape Colony Inn, man from Clearwater, South AIRLINES.INC. .
v Cocoa Beach, last Wednesday Carolina, are visiting their daughter SODMASTER
a I --- afternoon. !Mrs Turpoljac com and son in-law Mr and Tifimille 247.4241 BAHIA

peted with winners from thirty Mrs Robert Sceflutti of 341) C"oo cell Titu.vill. collect
five clubs in District No. 6, and Pritchard Street )fro Drlino Melbourne 727.2288 ii I

now has the honor of participating Workman of 313 Boy Avenue, is

21 PC. DINETTE For Extra Fast BORROW. PAYMENT I ii in the Statewide competition --- I LAWN-

Group Value 54.$5 o si0.00: : $17.7: sponsored by the Federation of -- -
: : Women's MOWER REPAIRSRepair
Clubs in Jacksonville
Phone 267-4331 $450.00'' $26.23 I Ii l
$600.00 $34.3' In April. ADDITIONS Now Don't

Loans Up To $400. For her efforts, she was awarded Get Caught Short
MATHEROF PAY BILLS TAXES REPAIRS. ETC. a lovely Sewing Case: When Your Grass

NEW SMYRNA Southern Loan Company material from Belk-Llndsey In Gets Longl!
Cocoa and refunded the entire!
524 Canal St.: I
COt of her costume. The IRC AND
Woman's Club Is proud to have

e Mowers Seeders

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mstem W.}11 Lend You A Fertilizer

; ,J Spreader When You

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P..4.,* 4 TlhisWUe (('Florida) Star,., .Advocate. 'Friday.", Mar,P*. 11, 1H4. "-Mf"' .y, M..Pa... n,1 1fl4, TltotvllU' (FterUO. .., Stit., AaV .f4 "fig'* 3 3p


Medical! Auxiliary Poinsettia Garden Garden Club Holds

. ; .r, -r-r-- Elects Officers Circle In MeetingThe Spring Meeting

!- I I I Brevard County) Medical( Soc. Poinsettia Circle of the Titusvllle Garden Club held

iety and Auxiliary met Tuesday Titusvrille Garden Club met its Spring meeting at the Wo
I 0 0Q :
at t the Cape Colony Inn In Cocoa Wednesday afternoon at the man's' Club Building at 1 p.m.. .

Beach, enjoying a social hour and home of Mrs.. George Scobie Monday.. March 9th..

I ,. I dinner prior to business meet with Mrs. II. II. Hudson as co- Ixora Circle was hostess and

d ings.. hostess.. .served coffee and cupcakes
1 ; __ Auxiliary officers were' elected(' '
iI .. ; ( -. ----- .- --1' Members' enjoyed walking, frosted in green: from a festiveSt.
... : : ffTIiT. as follows: Mrs.. Thomas Kena-
-.i '
= T through Mrs. Scobie's ,garden, Patrick's Day
ston Jr.. of Rockledge.. president;
= l.- .' which Is e ea i p pee c I 1111 1 I y lovely) a lovely centerpiece of yellow
:: Mrs.. Ben Storey of TiUmille\' ,
.. [ with azaleas at this time cf year.. roses, green foliage and yellow
president-elect: Mrs.\ Robert served dessertof camllos.' Mrs. Hugh Wicker,
The hostesses a
= 1 '
;. JAmison
of Cocoa, vice-president! ;
= Z 5iI lemon tarts, nuts and coffeeto hostess'! supervised(' as Mrs.. A..
) Mrs. D. W. McMillan!\ of Melbourne
I r
: the 111)) members present. T. Floy, Mrs. Gordon L.I. Beeson,
i i' recording secretary;
: During' the business meeting MrE.< F.E.. O. Scandrett and Mrs...
Mrs. Edward Austin of !Merritt\ ('
a Hi_- Island, corresponding secretary( ; the !slate of officers te for>r next Randall Mancy. Circle chairman

a 0 I Mrs. Glen P. Mussclman of year was presented' by the now, assisted.'

Q.c Cocoa licach. treasurer.. mating committee and! unanimously Following the d delicious refreshments. -

John Cusson, executive\' dir. approved.To Jack Siebenthaler

ector of South Brevard Crippled be installed at the meetIng of Florida Nursery and Land

I < _. -< p Children's' Center.. talked' to the are: Mrs. Sumner Ferguson, scape Co.., Cocoa. was introducedby

Croup. covering the history of the president; Mrs.. Lee R.. Scott, Mrs.. Chas. Massey.. program

I center' from 1956 to the dedicationIn ,vice president' ; Mrs. W. 11.. H. chairman. Siebenthaler spokeon

== 1963. He' stressed' the need' for Bennett, secretary and Mrs. the theme "Waiting in the

: ; ., ; physiotherapy and !speech! ther. Sidney Carraway, treasurer. Wings. for You" signifying plant ..

____ -- p : .- ; *- M..i... materials waiting for us to discover
apy.It Mri. that
. : ftl'Wiq fe was announced' the spring Carraway reported and use.
... "" i she plans to go to the RehabIlitation
V luncheon would be held
on April lie suggested that we need a
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:; :f":: rrr: :,: s "r.T ii'2 ii'- Center the week before
,0, QE1 I 30 at the Patrick AK1). ) officer's' wider range of plants to draw
- : ir1i ff'' i I club. ?Easter: and help' the children:
i from so as not to become stereo
': 0 I [ j : make baskets of flowers. typed in our area; that we
. 8 ( L I I Sylvia Aldrich ""Gardening in Your City"was choose plants less susceptible to

"'=' ::I M, Circle To MeetThe the program subject during cold) damage and use varietiesof

I :."-. t, f ;A c--' ) 1r' 1--- Sylvia Aldrich, Circle of and which Mri.\ Mrs.. I. .A.. Norman Rigcll discussed Cowart/ of plants the area.to increase the beauty

'" m g \":. S ; \ : r frJLJTI (the First Methodist. Church will what has and is to be done> 11clly in\ Using plants from the north or

meet' March 17th,
Tuesday beautlfication.
:J on The Gar-
from locations with similar
. Eo- Q.. : \ / '& ; : 1 1 J ; > : i'' &2%$%* tttijMiipPiS :;1 I 4 J .! a TI'j' I I r at the home of Mrs. Roy Bray, den Club, working with PRIDE, climatic conditions, such as

.. JkL 414 Dummitt Ave., at
... Q ,' ; ___ ____ I 10:30: a.m. has itartcd work on the High parts of California, and using
- Eo- L '. _4 i i- t---- -- r T -C--- -----c- A covered dish luncheon will bo! way islands north of town. With\ more of our own native plantsin

. II"" c. ( -,2i'tT' : ::;:: j isI11wf L't' 1 I ij served.(' \ : lit' (C'IIHI'IIHrlCIIIM""I.l1'IU'' $' \ J Jt.HflrJrTt a the aled help the' sabel of NASA'! palms,.,which Roy Rob d doB-(). phasized..different. ways was em

: .
o ) erts and the county\ both fro- The different ways of using,

.kij- ii I ill : I IM Tllr; ,N\MK\' ; :AMI., ,HV. Tilt, : vided trucks to bring the palms old plants was also mentioned,
S + N\
- _. : RIE1,1A, IL JI J _______j Lk: _;1 Ff rif( \ .fL : ...itTiiiiKirv: Or"' M.OMIIll"OK. ')" IIIK. P.: .orrt. ,\ ; to the planting sites where tho such as some plants may be

N. TO ALL 'To WHOM TIIKttN' : I'KK-' 1'':. planting was done with both'city1and : used in three different ways. to
.. *
6 : iaI { : county labor, get varied effect; as ground
,. # (\Mherra\ .. .HOIIKIIT' : It. LOWU.,,:. Plans' are In progress' for more cover, hedges. or Individual
I ;;; : > C.. M.. UAlf, ORLANIM. ) ) .CLOU-' palms on both the north\ and plants determined by the way

It Kh-qSl i \ IDA MIl.t.AIin. n. KMITIt[, TITUoVILl.K south highway islands with they are planted' and pruned..
: ':, .FLORIDA other shrubbery also to be e plant. lie then specified the actual
i.. 'H I I && }- I VII.I.K:, .FLORIDA. ) ed. Work is also underway on plant types which will grow
-i ; r JOHN C.. "KI.AKK" TITL'8V1LI.K. -
I _42 I I d FLORIDA) the grounds of the. County well' here.. For ground cover

IfKNHT: OOKTHE.() : : TITUH- Courthouse.Mri. ) he recommended .several typesof
i II.. H. IIUU80N) TITU8V1LLR.. Cowart ahd Mrs. RigoR Ivy, day lilies and junipers

.II.FLORIDA. () T.. WIU.TAM8.. TITUU- expressed' deep' appreciation' for among others. Varieties of vines

I. VILI.K. I :, FI.OHIDA/ the cooperation they have received s, shrubs and palms were discussed. .
KDWIM: ) II. W11,1.18.$. TITUSVILLK. .
':. FLORIDA) !! from city and county officials A question and answer
I W.. I II.). WILSON, TITUaVILLK. and man7 period progressed to the mutual
FL.OIIIDA. !/ private citi
.day of Aue-uel.-,.. A.D.. zens.. benefit of all..
T 1' 1967. caui. to be Inuoritoriteil., .. .. unclpr,,, ,. ..
Mrs. Ike Rigell conducted the
Ih* law nf the Stale' of f FlurBRKVAIlt ',, .
: / /) MUTUAL. INV II'TOHII.' business meeting at which time
INC.., a corporation with It. nrln-. Nurse Committee
( .I'lpal' p1 aeefbua'" I nasa I TI.TV.VILL. <. changes: : (of It the By-Laws were
T '. .:. liHtCVAUl) COUNTY To Meet
In Ih. mete of Florida, and.! March 17 read by !Mrs.\ Vernon Carter and
.wh/ .rsapue, h corporallun. did.. 4 approved d by the members..
on th. 81 h .day... of March.. A.D.) 1 1came 111II4.. The Committee
i r r r1-1-/; / -. .-, :: ; ii \ w ( I to,) be fllnd.... In the office, of Ih*. of the .Florida Nurses on Membership' Nomination of officers( for the

I 1 J --t-r-! ; crlary florida( ,. the of documentary Mlate of tli.. authority Htal of will meet in Orlando AtsocUtiun on March coming year took place and

required.. under. Martlon,' tiim, !i7.. Flor' elected' were:
lila, Iftalulra.. ahowlna,, the, .dlaiolutlon\ 17..
President,, Mrs. .
C. B. Massey;
of Now luch. 1 therefore corporation:; : th. Mu.ereiur)5. .,) 01 Chairman of the coin in II ice I I.* First t Vice Preslednf' Mrs. Bea
.. Stale "doe hereby. certify, lo Ihffnr .. Iliac Barbara '
I > 'f.o.i x ( Warren, H.N.. fort(
-iS : 4 .. ..,folnf and that ha i la aalleflml.... Gould; Second Vice J'rcs.' Mrs.
s *- / .v -. -. -- thai tha .requlromrnH. .. '.. .nt. the law.. Orange.. Other members who will Douglas Miller' ; Recording Secretary .
(lev. been compllml d with.. bo attending(' are Mr, Oris Cone,
: : w.i.r
: 5rP? .
f ((813A 1.1IN) )', Mrs. Harry LIndsey;
WITNESS': WIIKHKOK./ : : I It.N., Lake City; Miss Ann Drag..
feV:- Vraf have hereunto act.. my hand. H.N.. Titusvllle Corresponding Secretary, Mrs..
\ | :: -: .and" have afflxHl., the.. (Unial,.. ; Miss Karen Randall Maney and Treasurer,
...., l'' rUn .
Deal' of the Stole of Florida R.N., Lake Wales.; Mrs.
--- ..t I TaIialia.n.u ll h .... IhHpllal* (-.... J\Mary\! Eubanks, R.N. Jacksonvllle Mrs... Vernon Jansen..
thin the MIXTIf (day of
MARCH.. AU.). 11M4, ; Mrs.. Margaret Gardiner, Whispering Oaks Circle an-
'- : TOM ADAMMMeirelary) R.N., (Ocala nounced that they had planted
\\-i nf Hut ; Miss Emily Hendrix
..... Mar, 111.: :VI.". 3T, Apr.. t 'IFrl.l'' .) 1IM1I.It. .; R.N., Pensacola and Mrs.. 310 palm trees in WhisperingOaks

; I I''" Tilt: (tiNt( I n C'III;-.-HT. 01"" TIllihlv.TIe -: Dorothy L.. Waterbury, R.N.. Mel during the past week. A.
\ U IIIC I I\\01.!. 4 IN..lr. 1% bourne. moHt commendable effort' for
A vIP. PIuK' .. IIH.N..\ \ II C'CII) '1'r' \'.
I .1 t UIHI". l P.. C II P. '1C lY\ 'lu.. c'.n* ", The ono day session will be beautifying our city.. Beautifica-.
Tils.to:. MONTCLAIIt afAviNileSANK. I lion of the library and Art League .
held in the FNA Memorial) Head
no< I SJ H AJii-'i'-1- !; .. I'llIInll"' quarters Building on the cornerof Building have almost been

I n l-ti h'i.MLcvv' mirt i. ; ;L.' A. KOKKMOLK: : ':, .IK... et uU.Ivfonloti.. East Concord and Shine In Or. completed thanks to the effortsof

: i I XITM'K' (' : OK' .Mtl.K. ).... Undo.M several' of the circles and the
// NOTICIC 114 HKKKIIV: : (ilVBN public Is Invited to "come and
... ... .. '' that on the ZTlh day of M.rch.. 1W4, IIIK' .(iiH. t ur (tin Mr or. Till, I see.."
1 1"I .1 I Ilil:"" A.M. at t thn mala ilnor of >
I I T r I \ the Courthouae of Hrevard County, .: P.15:! :t fruit) IIU', ..tMlt\ (cii'aThu'''( \ i i A short Executive Board
I .
....: > al t Tltuavllle, Florida, the underI .,. ,. r p1.1101116il I
: : : t; al"ned ('I.rll will oUp, fur pale to (t'/ P. SI I icIlY NO. stan? i iNKW meeting was then held. An an-
..... r O.. :' ./' the blh".t, cad hoot hld.ier" fur cub 554l ( ,\ ,&; t.C''1.1'1'11. ''' nouncement
Hffr r s L' ,. ,( YORK'Lirw was made by Mrs.
( ... .. \ \ I Ih ho following, deaurlbed real proprir INItIJIUNCK
I r .. .' .w ; '' COMPANY, a Nw Turk *)iir,<,jrI'lalnllff- Beeson that there Is a new display -
rJ ': q .<.'l 13.. Block K., HOCKt.EDOE( atlas, of gardening
: \ KHTATKN.: ': UNIT ONK.:. 2nd ,,. I books at the
Aildlllon according,.. .. to the platt .n." I library.. The Board decided
: t hereof a* recorded,. In Plat Hook !HOHKRT/ : M. MoARTlIlJR aid .
14. .Fac. 'H. I'ubllo' Recunla( of JkAN, C. McAHTHL'H.' bla wIle/ to request that the City make it
lire.vi.rd" (County' Florida., Uef. .nilanta.IrHH'H ..' possible to .
use outdoor
( !kOTICK\ ) (' lights on
;;J together wllb all elriicliirn Improvement OF BU.e.\
/ 0'' i *, fliturei. appliance c *, NUT 1C 1C .ID. )HKRUHT UIVKN: our ""living", Christmas tree* at
I kz\N : and apvurlenance.. ::: on aalil,r land or thai pursuant to .a. 'Final' Deere* 01<
H.1Lj4r : r O.. : u..1. .il l In conjunction Iherewllb.' .. Fureclueure., dated Ih. 12th day y of( either end of town for the com
: ,
......, .: L. Thla sale la mad purauanl I to March, mi.. and" entered In Chan ing holiday season.
; final decree of 'toru.'lnur.pmiareh,' eery Can No.. 27527: In the Circuit
IB Chancery, action No. C-I79W now (Court of the Ninth Judicial.. (CIrcuit.' Mrs.\ Rigell discussed the success -
L., : "peniiln, In the Circuit (Court of. aol. In and for llrvrd 4 County, .Florida.... of the island
/ .. beautification,
: ] for' Brevard County, Florida.DATKU wherein NKW: YoRK LarK: INtll'R.ANCK
_ ,. \/ % ) !: THIS tilth "day" of March, : COMPANY.. a New York courthouse planting etc. and
--1 1 J jir .
I L / 1IM4. corporation I Ie Plaintiff and KOHKKT
U) --- ; (Court .Seal. ) / M MuAKTHUR, and JRAN: C. well received they have
.. 0 CUKTIH: .. R.. 11A) UN!Eg': MoAIlTIIUH.. hla wife, are l Def.nd.> <| been.. Three Circles

. -_ _. iTI HH\ } I .' Clark Uy' Sortie.of )the HallDeputy Circuit: Court am hem., hIJiler I ,will).,, or Mil.. bldderay to.....the... .. 'for hlcheat. vaihi. aad. .itIh participating i la the are landscaping actively
w- -r .. T Clerk front, door of the Urevaril,
:...... '" school at
.. HUla
'. ANDRR8ON/: ) Hl'HII.DKAN (' County: \ Courthouse In Tlt".vllio.% > Ele.
- If 1H I \ I > ;;; \ ) : *. LOWNDK) /) : Brevard. County,, Florida' '''' at II :lUll mentary and all members are
\ ", .
Aiturneya.. for Plaintiff'. oYlock' AM., on the aiith/ dar of
H \ :i i4L it 322 Kant': .t (Central.. Boulevard. March. 1IW4.. the following,. tlenrlbe.lproparlr ., urged to attend. The General
I : Clrlando) ..... Florida ai let& 'forth r In said l Final Club voted to
-D Mar. U (Frl.) 11X14.I r I.ereo' sitUate .In UrevarU. County;, sponsor a hedge

.. .. : -I IS lilY.I! (-I IM4'I H('(-IT ((1,1--, SillY' YIIKNMtll YlOOklaIOWiU Lot, < II., Hlork",'l ""H"" ALMAKI'HMVIMION. for the Juvenile Home In order
4L i1JJ ; : 1 1I !\ .Jll 1,14151., (imtlf' l IMil ) MwtlonU"., ae- that the ,youngster* may have a
z UJH ... v L1J 11iIIiii1zj I'' OH IIKt\: \' .\\HII 4 liii *4T tFLuaillt. t\\ curdln, lo Plot .. 'found.. recnrd- bit of much needed .
= .. a %. f H \P.54!>' < *KMV\' :Mt1IU\I> ( \.) ..I>l In, Slat' )Hook,, II.. Pai' t1 7 of privacy.
,t JX'K, (' K. COIMOHON.) ( Air NOMINKK the rubllo' .. Record* of UrevirJrounlr The May meeting will be a
j. : ell. ..... (OF TUB' TRlfHTKKH: or ',, Florida.TO .. luncheon
\\\I at the
\ \. '" ruts" MOHTUAOK INVICHTOIIH.:$ JKTIIKK; / WITItere.e. ) : newly decorated
: : _J. .2 ( .... .
25 flalntlff.W'AIIREN I Ilihl future. !flange! > and managed Torch Club
.. ... on
Vt LiJ ::1 Q) ... v. L.. MCOUTIIT.. ..t .ox.. *affixed(ov.n.. beater to the: which freehold" have'" been and.. Monday', May 25th. Reservations -
.g .. ::! ,iv.fndanla.MOTICK } ," whIch ar hereby deemed by the may be made
'" : a EX" => -. :c ;= E 5 ..a 2 EI MOTICK!': l I" HKHICBr(or' ati.e\ : OIVKN( Tuf'iiartlci lb:.r:herein with:: to all: be atructurea t:fixture'; andImpruvimenu ..,,1) IJ.OO$ lo the Circle Chairmen check for
.. ', .., ". 0 0 I.-. /) that on the Z7tb "day of March...., 194.\ aow and hereafter. on for the
," I LLLLW :::> at 11.00 A.M.... at the main door, of' aid land, and future attacked. .,.. 12:30: luncheon and installatlon -
(Courthouse' .. of Hrtvard... County, and all .nte. l oreoeede. '
the thereto r euee of officer.
the un.ler.. : .. .., : :::, : t; *
," ',' E ... a E at Tllu.vlll. rlor"la. and profit aotrulm' and
I N c//, .., .. .
druid Clerk II will offer for aal* to accrue) from nail prnmieee all of
.,. 0 = .E!: (I) Ih* bl>bal and. beet blo......' for each .which. are. 'Included, within Ih* for. Indian River
..1 t., Dc. ;; I u .. .c co-a : Ih* (allowlac dacrlb"" real prop1 ,olng. .ducriintlnn. and.. the ltolN.dulD
..... ,
0 .
C thereof alia all .t. elactrt
: ".rtlllI.) ; fa Chapter
: .. 0 i 1 I..:..:* n.. Block\ r. COIMCOK: .water. and other heating, eeoklnf.rfrleralln .. D.A.R.. .

. : : .; : : ) I-
., .. 0 Book' ..I.,4r.t,;:: County*!6T:, Public, florIda Hecordaof :., eynl.ma lame,. ."' and, machines appurt, .aaaeoa.p ll._. .which. tI." of The American Revolution, Daughters

r: .. z together' with" all .ftrurtura'.. *. lm.proveuuinilte. sow.... are, nr, stay, h.r.oltso. "portals" .. t.. will' meet ,
: : ii-: :: floturri.,.... .0nll.ncII.. and or IN u..d.. ..Ilb... la or o. .said<1 .preen.lore. .. .... Tuesday, March 17th.
:: k ". ., .. appartananc .on. aaldl. 'land or need. ... ..veo though,,, bey be detachedor at t the home of Mra.* Warren
> ..... .. la eoaju action therewith... detachable.IN.WITNK8.
Till* aala .ta .IM.. .* .purauant. .. t lo : ** WHEREOF, I avhereunto ... *, on the Old Dixie High:
e-: final.. ) .decree.,.. of forerloaure, entered In eet I my hand. and aftiveil, way at 2:30: p.m. Co-hostesses'
Chancery,. action No. C-2T449' : now.. the .teal :of the Circuit... Court of are
ci: I- a .:: ... of Dorothy Brown and
I *.dln.< la the> rireult Court llrevard 5 County at Tltuavlll llor.Ma. )Mr. ,Ira.
and, for' Brevard...' County.( Flnrldii.. INI* li\h\ day .f f March", 1WI.ttfUAfj Nobles.
DATED THIH 12th.. day .of. March'''. : ) Guest
1. IW4. Cl'HTIH' R. BARNE4 speaker will be Arthur J..
(Court II.a"CURT"') Clerk .f( Circuit, Court< Arnold, author
____ R. BARNF.M!' Ii..var".. County, Floridsluyi of "Behold My
Clerk .of. the Circuit Court .Ilertli. Mali Brother". )Mr.. Arnold and family
By, .Bortl. H.IIDepUI" Deputy Clerk, are residents
of our .
$ Clerk city.)
___ .--- ANDKRHOM.> H.DKAN North" Magnolia: Avenue Aay visiting, member I Ia* cord-
LMWMDAliornmy. d
- Orlando' Florida lally, Invited to attend
,. for Plaintiff by calling*
S33: SeeS, Central, Boulevard Altoraey"" for.. the Plaintiff Mrs. Burnpu*, telephone
Orlando... Florida.. March U (IrrI.t> 1M4. 2908. AM T.
Mar. 13 (Frl,) IM4..

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\ I Tlfuivina' (Florida) Stir.AdveOt. Friday, March II, 19M' Daffy Doodles

News Gr'stine High'! inc.1iv1duallame, 218. GInny Di.

Bowling High individual series: J

DiGristine, 564.

I' I. i High team game: ..*
Fri. Nite MixersHigh Nelson Ins. LeagueHigh Cairns! 178; Lynette Sullivan, 540. I *

individual gameRo: e- 162; Mary Cairns, 463; Wanda High team series: Slowpskes!

team series: C's and B's, Cannon, 458. 1505 -
mary Welch 200; Glenna Miner .
2125; Burger King, 2102. MancllnKI, 50,15 I" tanlInl" Won Lora 1
.,. sST 1 Poll. ar
High: individual series: Shop .ner. natty '= intlluwpoku
individual Helen 4'I
High series: Bly.Ree. 38'4 10'* vela
....-- Shepherd, 674; Charlotte Jarrttt, Hnntnannte 21''I.. 14451111hlltle. 110 43JDJ'
,:' Langgle: : 547, Rosemary Welch, .. 21 11Ma M 44iouble
; : 537. JII 1 S D... no 43
::1/ Fa.Py. 314.High lleeaa }
Individual game: George High team : WRMF and Ilk.... 17 19 Duffy Man 48th :f'' I r:
game 45
: Koomjian, 244; Toby Davis 199. Hobble It.UI.,1 JII 20 Lary nal'dea .
48th 45'4 "
r '\, Ejdweiser No. 1,373.: Alley Oop. 111 211 Slave Coats
Adventure tJ" High team game: Burger King, High team series, WRMF and Aw Head-.6huek.B-cratcher J5 1* 21 21oull.r 2810.416 Krall' 1Cata Cau .1 iY': "{ fit 524Hopeful.

., ,>' : 763. Budwelser No.1 12th' lath ::11 na
"j 373. Hnlpe ;
t' .. :58th 55y
"' .1.. W n I mil Gutter Bu.wr. 11>'4" 24Vt Lady Bugs '
:" "" Hovrm at Distinction. 14 12 Splits converted: Claudia Zan- .
t C'> and H'. 70 M etta, 3710.'
All American 111<<: IKnurrir
(EDITORS NOTE Captain King 83 34Davla *<...<4Uf< Wan lout t'
.. A Criui 48 48 Hudwdwr fo. :3 I 46/OJ:
Dave Allen has been boating ... COURTESY BRINGS
t 5.-erg Bl.etren6ee l 4" 48'VIa' Rattan Room 45'.41OJ':
since' he was ten years old and .. "Vt" 4U'4 Dun lautk Chevrolet 43 :S!IIh.r"r'
\ ChambmJcwMrn CO Hardware 43 1 2.! FRIENDS
is a Coast Guard licensed cap. '""" ft Yank*** 411121/ % TludwHer No. 1 4J4 2?1I\it
tain, providing charters as well 4 t tl tNrlmin. A Pailty 41S: 13''* Klrit National Hank 4J 'WMcCotter Time A '
f : Motor. 41''', 3o'tMlull Answer Your Telephone Every
+ Marvllla Darmnkv 4.1: MKr
as yacht brokerage service. He .y Kvermaa 4] MHratc Motor 41'", :3014\o Customer Calla. Or Let U. Do It For You. '
Lance Inc. 41 31
has acquired considerable piloting Wrla-ht 41 in
L. A. Melvin! 1UI 68 T-ll Fond Store :Jl! ',, 32V4Htrtv \o
and navigational training > Rtor 37'i 84''AWnMP 1
from the U. S. Power Squadron aO'4il"> / @I
Classic League Hleirta( Motel' :,10 34
coursen, and is a past commander t ta1 Mutual' In*, 30 38
Kuburhnn I'ropane 84', BT'i
of the Banana River squad of High individual game: R Pas- Tom'. Feanat 34 38 Tltutvlll Arta Cocoa Beach Area
Melbourne and past commander :Icy 247. Cat and Do.* 'J.I:t i I 9 267-5530 434-7031
Mrtropolllan Llfa Inc. 29'7 I,
of the Cape Canaveral Power High individual merles: R. Pas- T Q Munlfl 28', 43'0'

Squadron of Titusville\ A mem Icy, 247, 222. 193 for( 662. Hay HomlnldB. Motor Supply 24 28 H 44 _. --- --- -- --
ber'of the signal corp unit which High team game: B. and E. Hay. Nelson In. 28 44 .

helped set up the I Invasion of the 'Shirt' Lettering, 940.I Jackson Mainolla Mlnll Tavern Market 24 3J 441 80 DAVIS LAWN SPRAY

PhilHpines In 1945 and received 1'I High team series: Band E

the Presidential Citation) for such & I Shirt Lettering, 2708. Fri. Nite HandicapHigh IF WE HAVE 7&M

work) Allen I now keeps In touch .tiri Buddy Booth shot a triplicate individual game: Jerry uy: = t ST!WIPro Chinch

with the inland waterway act. ''game of 189. 189, 189. Wisdom, 238; L. C Fite 233.
.vity and activity on the islands.) 200 games: R. Hemstead 214; High individual series: L. C. TNBugs

SPECKS BITING-Two unidentified fishCamp near Mims. Located on Loughman'sermen ,C.: Tillotson. 201 and 210; F Kirk, File, 650; L. Headrick, 628 S Fungus

By Capt. David A. Allen are holding 25 specks which were Lake, Buck'i Camp reported the specks 200 and 233; J. Brandenburg 200; High team game: Team No. 3, 'F284
There was an old boat, "Mess Missouri Minnows. B. Siedel, 212; II. Keller 209; K.
Buck's Fish heavy on
caught Sunday afternoon at : are biting 1047.High Worms
enger"! a 35 foot converted WWII 'Karberg I 202 and 233:: ; D. Wai- team series: Team No. 3, }

launch, originally by Owens. She turn to headquarters In Mangos\ ,lace, 220; F Little, 218; A. Stonier 2920.Hluxllnt.. Fertilization

was previously owned by Dr. E. perhaps once a month for 4.5 I' 202; E. Thompkins. 224; W. .. Von loot *. _
P. Lichtenberger of Indian River r.Anderson: 233; B. Anderson, 202 George Harley 11 111! _
days receiving supplies. Mickey"and Team No.8 1'1 IJ
Clt lor than 12 and and 203 K. Shatter, 210 J. '
more years ; ; fepper Corp. 11 10 -
David will remain here -------
berhed in the local Yacht Basin: r where they will attend school. Grady, 204; J. Emerson 232; Team McCormick No. 10 11 11 UMB K

during that time. Perhaps three 'M.\[ Lust, 220; C. Sandusky, 204, Klrit Federal Bavlnifi
yeas' or Dr. "Licht"" as .' : .+.. Annette, who is not school age, T. Aim 811. 203 and Loan Annas. 11 II
so .
ago r.L will sail with her parents. Moorland l Mobile 110"'- 11 13 ALL UNION BARBER SHOPSHours
hc'a more fondly known decidedto II i Match results: Titusville Tile Kcali. insurance U 1"Vinlom I
use The Frestona plan remaining \ Hrrvlca Bta'lon 8 .'(Ilirevard
Jise>> ocean liners for cruising ? in this work in Brazil for five .",and Terrazzo over Space Paint- National Daak a 1...
rather than a yacht, so the ling, 3-0Budwciser(); over La. : 8:30: 6:00:
r then return to Florida
"M}ssenger" was disposed of 6.e.s Grange Grocery, 2.1; Breedlovesover Douglas Aircraft '
where they will berth at St. Petersburg Closed Wednesday and Sunday I
and later acquired by Correct for refitting and vacationing T and G Music, 2-1; Littles High individual game: Dick

Critft: Marina. ey1wM- WM with relatives and then Tavern over Firestone, 21; his White, Jack Rowley, 188, 188;
Several months ago a gentle- Brazil. this Faulk over Titunille Auto Parts, Dick Cannon 186. Haircuts: $1.50 Adult, $1.75 Adult Flattop "
back to They plan
mat came to the Marina seeking for the remain :3-0; Magnolia liquors over Virginia High individual series: Ed Deserio ''I
such a vessel. lie saw the "Mess same der of their lives. They have al Fried Chicken, 2-1; B and E 527; Dick White, 522. TWO UNION SHOPS IN AREA

enger", noted Its heavy construction t periodin Shirt Lettering over Floorco, 10.Miin High team game: Ed Deserio,
ready pent one five-year
*and rugged appearance and Brazil and later a 19-motith GUI Faulk Chevrolet 62 rJLittle' ; Pete's Barber Shop Jake's Barber Shop I'"
decided, that properly refitted, it team Sooners, 664.
the Tavern 62 23 High game: .
to return to '
having I
was just what was needed. BAR. Shirt Lettering; 41 28 High team series: Sooners, Magnolia Plaza I I Magnolia & Rt. 50
because of illness. 4t S4
states Magnolia UquonIludwelner "
Kiev J. H. Preston, New Tribes 41 34 1827. Indian River City Indian River City 'J
Rev. Preston points up a coincidence
Minion'!; Woodworth, Mich., was with relation to the"Messenger" Tltuavlll 110 Tll all,1Terra 40 311 I Women high scores: !Mary 'it itT1
phoning to return to missionary 'if Apace PaintingT 39th" 8554
la that the Mission
1 O MunloVirginia all 81
work in Brazil and needed this
already happens to have a 30' Fried Chicken 311 31
type of boat for a floating home LaOranc Grot'ry 31 38
boat It Brazil named "Messenger Nova Cabinet Shop 311 a8 (
and1 supply ship. Having transact. I(1( ", The Reverend states Dreitona 32 43
ed the purchase of the boat Rev. 1 d# Elk'. 30 42
that this is one of the reasons he Itreedlnve Tf..l"Tltuivlll <> 29 46 :
Preston throughout.proceeded Many to refit days and and refinish decided basin.on the boat in the local Floored Auto Part 28 16'4' 5SVi 41 IN TITUSVILLECIRCLE ::

nights have been spent workingon yacht '
These folks are doing a tre Morning Trio League :
the boat in its berth, Including BIG BASS CD. Gladwell, Ashland, Ky., (left) whois mendous job for the Lord and in \
engine installed, boat com in Titusville this 34 bass individual .
visiting caught pound sea this writer's opinion, deserve High game: George

pletely reframed, retightened. five miles north of the old coast guard station, recently.The "heaps of credit! We wish them Sands, 233.

Masts have been fashioned and bass was forty-two inches long and was caughton good luck and good sailing. High individual series: Gill ;'
installed by the Rev in orderto cut mullet using 30 pound test line. Also picturedis Holmes and George Sands, 555. :;

make the boat as much likea W. W. Gladwell, of 2240 Tropic St..-(S-A Photo). Martin Mixed LeagueHigh High team game: Magnolia
motor sailer as possible. More Tavern, :S1 i }. t;(

keel was also added to insure Individual series: Bob High team series: Magnolia
ings. Then to the Antilles, on to ing missionaries and supplies and house
stability under sail. The "Bugs"are Trinidad, then sailing along the teaching the Indian Tribes along Moyer, 619; Hobe Short, 548; Tavern, 1524. town
well worked out and .. Won Lout
pretty Hugh Holley, 503. at n"llni.
coastline of South America until 1
the Here again there Is Cltlaen Pr.. 61r/i 4JHMainolla
time for departure Is nearing, way. Individual Bob
the broad mouth of the Amazon High game: Tavern Rl 41
con(eluding a comparitively long Is reached. plenty of sailing room mince the Moyer, 244; Hobe Short, 223. Team No. 8 if 41
41 3i
and. "back breaking" work pro. river averages 15 miles in width. Hliindlnt Unit I.nut Team Hilton No.Shell S Service 4'1't 57',

Ira 6t I I&tme The voyage will continue on up The Reverend and his wife will Ole Kln.-.Mo'Pin. 74 64 26 46 Team No. 1 !l7 fiTPAINT' .. OWN YOUR OWN

time this month Rev. the Amazon for some 1.800 miles provide medical and dental care Ohu-In.' 48 52Titan -

Preston and his wife Marjorie with plenty of sailing room avail. whenever necessary and will re Frantic I,V'Four* 4S 42'i' 92 67H I

plus* their three children Mickey, able since the river is from SO- Odd &11. 33t, 88\10\

15; David, 8 and Annette, 5 years, 90 miles wide most of the way. NOW 2BEDROOMLWTOWN '

will embark for South America. Destination is !Mangos' a city of

Firs stop the Bahamas thenon 250,000 population, a rubber center CITY OF TITUSVILLE

to Grand Turk, and Puerto in Brazil. PAY LATER! ,
Rice, where they will remain fora The Prestons will headquarter Notice Of Public Hearing HOUSE'

week or ao while Rev Preston here and' work the 750 mile

engages in some church meet. stretch' of the Negro River carry- The City of TltvtvllU will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, Up To 5 Mos. ":,

March 24, 1964, at 7:30 p.m. hi the Council Room to hear Inter. With No Carrying < 4f FIRST OF ITS KIND IN FLORIDA

mated; persons In regard to a request for a variance In retr-yard! : : ; : Complete with

,Br Yard Lumber Company set-back requirement In order to allow the owner to add a Charge !., 2. T Central Heat and Air Conditioning

utility room. :; t t Wall-To.Wall Carpeting

READYMIXEDINTRANSIT CONCRETE This application has been made by James B. Ryan for property /i/OiV. Masonry I '--. .... ,.

.,' Building Material Lumber Paint Hardware on the South tide .< Jones Street approximately IS feet west : TOTAL MONTHLY

WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSESLet : of Deleon Aven'Je, the legal description of which 1st house paint that ( PAYMENT ONLY
1 $6024
Us Give You An Estimate
The West 55 feet of the fo Me wing described land: begin at .. :f-fij Monthly Payments Include principal. .
Delivery Phone AM 7-3831
resists flakinp 4.; Interest, estimated taxes
f Block 1 Rice's Addition Titus :
the northeast corner to ,",", ii and insurance.
vlllt, recorded In Plat Book 1, page 6, south parallel with -
-- andpeelinglSHtRWINWtLUAMS (after 10% Down Payment)
the east line of saM Block 1, for a distance of 100 feet, In
Section 33, Township 21 South, Range 35 East.



for tttrtco, Mck As a Town House owner YOU pay lets than rent less
Friday, March 13, 1"4.CITY.
: I concrete- cement block. than In a cooperative or condominium; yet, YOU receive a

SERVICE tibtttot siding maximum of housing benefits'. with a minimum of expense!

YOU owe It to yourself to Investigate the many advantages of '

DON'T PAY TAXES YOU DON'T OWE! OF TITUSVILLE r Town House living, Town House Ownership)

27 years tax and accounting experience and a desire Notice Of Public Hearing N :, r

Q> give you the very beat tax service available, .li I I'r 'l a APPPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED!

tour assurance that your tax return will be properly The City of Tltvmltle will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, SALES OFFICE IN MODEL BUILDINGAT

prepared. In a manner to sate you time and money; March 24, 1964, at 7:30: p.m. In the Council Room to hear Inter. ;. 3333 GARDEN STREET IN TITUSVILLE.

that you will be advised of deductions, credits and expens. sled persons In regard to I request for a variance In sideyardrestriction '
.. that lave Inform of legaltax *.
you money you Goes M. Inn,
angle and accounting methods to reduce tax. DIRECTIONS: From U. S. No. 1 Turn Weston Garden
This application has been made by Milton Flnkle for Hunter Dries e cklf
Street (Highway 406)) Proceed Garden Street 2V'a Miles
.$,>le Income and save you money.GUARANTEE. Park Homes, Inc., for property on the east side of Byron Avenue, Extrs-loni Me, ;, To Circle Park In the Gardendala on Area of Tltusvill
Colors that last ;
the legal description: of which Is:

; Lets 31 end 32. Block< 4, Whispering Lakes Second miMew,,

To pay all penalties or Interests you may be charged If due Section, 'RepUt of I portion of Block 2, 3 and 4, according I OWNED AND DEVELOPED BY
to an error on our part. You must be satisfied with our M & P PROPERTIES
to the plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 14 at page 31 I SHERWIN
ervlce, or no fee.NATIONAL
of the Public Records Brevard County, Florida.

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'Callaway Triple Winner But Cocoa Wins Meetti I II

r Friday' ;', March 13, 1964 1 Ttnitvllle (PlorMel, I'." .<>..<... Page 1 l--

I Area Fishina Prospects; improve Team Balance Brings J And J Fish |_

If the weather stays nice and Indian River Talkin to one fisherman Star-Advocate SportsNEWS
warm, as It has for the past four angling off the causeway, Camp Reports

days, a big weekend fishing re "I've been, here four hours and Easy Win For Tiaers
port can be predicted. haven't caught one yet,"
Surf fishing is picking up at Specks, and bass fishing on AND VIEWS Good Catches '

Titusville and Playalinda Reach Loughman Lake Is also getting Eau Gallle's Clive Callawaywas events he stopped( trying to go
es, with some nice catches of better, however, the weather the spark for his Commodore further after he was assured of J and J Fish Camp Is one o
whiting and blues, being report. could make a difference. Buck's teammates here Wednesday first place /in the high jump. lie few location on the India Rive
ed. Ed Ratliff of Causeway Mar. Fish Camp on Loughman said afternoon but any Eau Gallic had previously I jumped 0-4 in a reporting any nice catches o
ina said one fellow caught two large catches of specks are being trout and red bass
flame was blown out by a sweeping dual meet here with Tltimllle
whiting that weighed a combined reported. victory by the Cocoa High Tl In addition CaUaway anchored Robson-Morton To Team Up Cob Birtteld and Jessie
total of 5 Blue
pounds. are aver Both South and Fox Lakes are
in four track meet the team, takingthe
880 relay
gers a -way ea -yard field of Winter Park and Or I
aging about 2 each and
pounds also nice catches of
reporting .
the! Titusville track baton behind about 25 yardsthe last week anchored
both fish are being caught on cut bass, some even being caught on two red
mullet and shrimp. water others Cocoa raced to an easy victory, third place runner and pickIng Dick Robson of Titusville may dom awarded Carnegie Foundation !! umbla, South Carolina. weighing Sfi'i' pounds and
top plugs using
The Trout fishing is slow In the mwinows. piling up 105 points to 58 for the up a few but the Eau Gallic drive Call Morton's 1963 Renault award (for heroism About 70 top (flight cars already pounds. The bass were
Terriers, 41 for Eau GaUle and team wound up last. R8 In a 250 kilometer race at So- Lund! will be driving a new have signed in for the race, silver spoons using 10 pound
39 for Satellite. Over-all team strength paid off bring the weekend of Sebring's Ford Cobra roadster! and co- which will start like the famed line and wading in water
Callaway did his share for his (for the Tigers. The state's 13th 12 Hour Endurance Race, Friday. driven by Graham Shaw of Col- Le Mans race. feet dorp. The large fish
teammates. He was the top performer largest high:;: school brought about March 20.Robson inches long. t
in the meet winning the 50 performers to the meet. TypIcal who entered his own '
1timJlinw 100-yard dash in 101 seconds, of their strength was the MGA in the Continental at Day Phillies Yankees Orioles First Phil (Hair of Sanford caugh
the 220-yard dash in 22.8 seconds 8811 yard: run, in which they entered tuna recently has been driving in four trout ranging from 1 to
and( the high jump with just eight winding tip with first, sports car races for the past five pounds and also a 23: -pound re
l6 enough to win-an even 6 feet second and:! third places. jears. Opponents For Coils At Cocoapie besa which took one hour and 4,
minutes to land. !Hair was usin
Since he was entered In so many: While Callaway won three first The biggest attraction of the artificial lures.

places. no Cocoa performer won weekend, will be the big 12 hour The Philadelphia I'hillies, New ( and Tony Taylor Harry Anderson and John Par
: than first place, but
1 the more Tigers one through with six endurance run which will beheld York Yankees, and Baltimore The opening day game will be ington of Springfield, New Jerse
/) first came six seconds and, March\ 21. Orioles will provide the opposition preceded by dedication ceremonies bagged 14 trout weighing up t
"tmnte. five thirds.places Latest star of the auto racing for the Houston Colt ,45s: In fur t the new Cocoa Colts Stad 3"i pounds using live shrlrn .

..* .. W Spe* Idler champion drivers of the world to their opening week of exhibition ium.The for bait, and L. M. Heinren an
Winning first places for the TI. sign in as a driver for the spectacular baseball at the new Cocoa Colts: Yankee game on Mondaywill Clyde Kasper of Orlando all.
In a way we look forward to summer coming on, be- gers were Tucker In the 120.yard race Is one of America's Stadium. mark the first time that the registered{ some nice trout catc
cause that's generally a good indication football season is high hurdles Bruner in the mile, most famous big car oval pilots, The Phillies, managed by .45s have ever faced the American es.
only a few short months away, the year is halfway over Hord In the 440-yard run, Millerin Dcwayne 'Tiny' Lund, from. Gene Mauch\ will open the Colt League champions.

and Christmas is nearer. the 180.yard low hurdles, Russin Cross, South Carolina. .43: home season on Sunday, Mickey Mantle, Roger Marls,
At this stage of the year, Coach John Gaines will be the 880-yard run and Adamsin Lund won the famed 19U3 Daytona March 15. Elston Howard, Bobby Richardson -

eyeing the transfer student, who is supposed to be an out. the shot put. The Tigers won 500.Standing. Yogi Oerra's New York Yank- Tony Kuheck, Joe Pepitone, E

standing end, but we haven't heard for sure, Parkway all three relay races handily to tall In the saddle and ees will meet the .45i on !\Monday Clete Boyer and Whitey Ford area
Coaches will be wondering what to do without Harvin s.r pile up 30 easy points. also In the girth Lund was one of March 10 and (Hank Bauer's few of the Yankee treats,: who
Clark, while Jay Campbell, Titusville Little League presi- Callaway was the only first five who pulled Marvin Panch Baltimore! Orioles complete the will probably see action Monday\ ( f
dent, shakes and rattles every nook and shanty in town in place winner for Eau Gallie andTitusville's from a flaming sports car wreck, three game home stand on Tues The Orioles, once managed by
pursuit of sponsors for the coming season.) lone bright spot in winning for themselves, the seler. day, March 17. Houston general manager Paul

Overall, the father and son, mother and daughter, the meet was Paul Wynn's polo The Phillies, who finished a Richards, will feature such starsas DOG

grandmother and grandpa, niece and nephew, aunt and vault first place victory at 11 Cocoa; 2. Riches, Cocoa; 3. strong fourth in the National Luis Aparicio( Norm Siebern, '

uncle, mayor and street cleaner's favorite sport will get into feet. Loveless, Titusville; 4. Wemand, League last season, are led by Boca Powell, Brooks Robinsonand : RACING.
high gear May 1 and kickoff the season that will have at Satellite won two firsts-HutchInson Titusville; 5. Boykin, Eau Gallic. their hitting attack of Tony Gonzalez John Orisino.

least 600 boys playing baseball. "."rte taking the broad jump and Time; 16.3 seconds. Wes Covington, John( Cal- The Tuesday game with the '

Already equipment is beginning to arrive, sponsors are { Graham the discus. In 100-yard dash 1. Callaway lison, Roy Sievers, Clay Dalrym- Orioles will also he the first time t e.
One of the big upsets was
being corralled and managers and coaches are receiving Eau Gallic; 2. Butler, Cocoa; 3. that the .45s: have faced that
the discus, where the county
teams. About 18 umpires have learned the stance a !\Moody Eau Gallic; 4. Creech, club
proper I
and voice to beller "steeee-rtke!" in such a mumble jumble .. champ Walt fifth.Titusville's Robidoux. of Cocoa, Satellite; 5. (tie) !Miller\ Cocoa, River Lanes '
O wound Sorry)
% up ,
Hadaway Titusville. Time
1N "
way that no one can understand them, as a result of a recent big hope on the 10.3 seconds : Gibson Gets StartedIn No Mineral
umpire school held here and conducted by District Chief track mller Roberts- .
Maury Mile\ Baseball Track
1. Bruner
run Cocoa Sets CourseRiver
; ,
Umpire Nick Copair of Cocoa Beach. Racing NIGHTLY
-.. found out that he may be only the 2. Roberts, Titusville 3. Webster
Many of the little rascal model gangs in WhisperingHills t.., r. '" third best miler In the county Cocoa 4. herschel; Eau Gibson high( School Blue Devils 1:1: } EXCEPT SUNDAY
Forrest Hills and "Podunk Hump" will be breakingup .ft! this year. He broke out In frontin Gallic 5. ;Mock, Eau Gallie. Lanes Bowling Center is started baseball practice two

and mounting two-wheeled bicycles, with as many as '" .. -&, .,. his race and led until the Time:; 4373.: offering a five week aeries film weeks ago and also began work. MatInCCSWEDNESDAY

two guys hitching a ride on the handle bars, one on the .- last 100 yards. At that point Bru 880-yard relay 1. Cocoa (But. presentation "Learn to Bowl" Ing on a school track course, FRIDAY & SAT 2 P. M.
cross bar, the peddler, two more wearing the seats out of \ .' -.' ner, who had been "dogging" him her, Miller, Powers, Tucker) 2. program and actual ]lanes practice which will be the first time, officially
their pants from riding on the back tire and one more kid I the entire race, put on his kick Titusville; 3. Satellite Time: for women 'which began the school) has even presented LADIES' NIGHT THURSDAY
hanging onto the side of a wagon that is being towed behind overtook' and passed Roberts,' 1354.: Thursday a thin clad group.
the bike to carry such necessary equipment as Mickey Mantle's WINS HURDLES Tucker of leading him across the finish line 440-yard run 1. fiord, Cocoa Jack Moir manager of River "We are trying to start a track HEATED GLASS GRANDSTAND ENCLOSED
autographed orange, crinkled baseball glove, water- Cocoa, prepares to break the tape by six yards. Bruner's winning 2. Tincher, Cocoa; 3. Jenkins;, Lanes, said, "We feel it Is much team and it at all possible will LUXURIOUS CLUBHOUSE
soaked balls and cracked bats with an old stagnant piece of during action in the 120-yard time was a slow 3:37.3: some Eau Gallie; 4. Houser. Eau Gal- more valuable] than the single set up several) meets J ht r. ta the VALET PARKING
chewing tobacco wrapped in cellophane which one lucky high hurdles competition. Tuckerwon seven seconds slower than the lie; 5. Schner, Eau Gallie. Time: period of instruction because it county and In the surrounding
Is hard to retain all of the
kid scooped off the ground at a spring training camp and first place in the event as best time of Melbourne's Sid 539. tips areas, Coach Napoleon Johnson F
presented at one time. By break.
his teammates won six other first Merchant said
for souvenir.
kept a places, six seconds and five third Results 180-yard low hurdles 1. Miller ing down bowling Instructions into Curley Edmondson/ will be head.
Complete :
This is little league baseball, our pet peeve. Cocoa; 2. Creech, Satellite; 3. basic steps and giving pea Hwy. "17 M Btt. Sanford Orlando,
S-A Photo Tuck- mentor for basebaU.
places. hurdles 1
-( ) 120-yard high ,
The first game of the season will be played May 1, Morris, Cocoa; 4. Verg, Satellite; ple an opportunity to develop -
Sand Point's baseball Tal- .. -,..-. ., 5. Wcinand, Titusville.
(Loyalty Day) on headquarters, tr'r--- ( Time: each skill before proceeding to
madge Wells Field, and March 21 has been selected for the 21.4. the next, we can build bowlers
day of mass confusion, "Registration Day," 880yard run 1. Russ, Cocoa; who will compete well in regular HORSES
Titusville has a league of which to be proud. 4 111 2, Blair, Cocoa; 3. Gillespie, leagues r
They don't wear cut-off blue jeans'!' carry a ragged glove, Cocoa; 4. Ahart, Eau Gallic; 3 The lessons are free, along with

play bare foot with the sun burning blisters through holes in "_ Ream, Titusville, Time: 20065.: shoes, and a nursery. FOR .
their t-shirts, they come equipped with the.best LL officialscan Sprint medley relay 1. Cocoa
afford. (Paille, Pettmeyer, Guntz, Eru-! ,
f ner); 2. Titusville; 3. Satellite BaseballersHere
Thursday we happened to be at Marvin Hemke's Fire- Time: 2,08.220yard .
stone Store when some of the equipment'arrived.' The first
dash I,
batch included head protectors, hats, catcher's mitts, etc.
Eau Gallie ,
i'r ; 2 Butler, Cocoa 3.
It totaled $1,450. However, Campbell said it will cost about Dunn, Satellite; 4. (Itie) Nunrs, TodayTitusville
$3,000 to run this year's program. Where does all this money Satellite, and Toney, Titusville
come from, especially since the Little League is a non Time: 228. High School's base FARMSON
? 14 ball team will play play Mel-
profit organization ,
relay 1. Cocoa (Tucker,
From like and his Board of bourne Central Catholic at 3 p.m. ..
people Campbell Directors, Tincher, Guntz, Hord); 2. Titus. RT. 405 TITUSVILLE
whose members businessmen to contribute today on the TIIS diamond
corner lump .
r vine; 3. Eau Gallic Time: 3382.:
sums and sponsor teams. Without this group of financial Pole vault 1. Wynn, Titusville; After winning the past two WILL BE OPEN
backers the LL would make the first games, over Melbourne and Eau
never inning. 2. Houser, Eau Gallie; 3. Burdick,
Some of the nation's! finest athletes have come out of Cocoa; 4. (tie) Lctasky. Cocoa, Gallie, the Terriers have a 22 -
Y record, ]losing to Cocoa in their :
little league baseball. Mickey Mantle, of Commerce, Oklahoma I and Parker, Satellite Heigth: and Satellite Beach SATURDAY MARCH 14th
has contributed much to a field there which bears 11feet. opener ,
On the mound for Titusville will
his name, like many other major leaguers. But, building a High jump 1 1. Callaway, Eau probably be Tommy Edwards. RATES $2.00 P.r Hour :.
Mickey Mantle, Jr., is not theit intention. Their first goal is Gallie; 2. Bain Titusville; 3. Edwards .
to attain sportsmanship' and learn to .take a defeat. r Titusville; 4. Ahart, Eau T CLIP THIS COUPON 1I 1 1I --
Titusville's Little League last the certificate Gallie; 5. McGuire, Cocoa
year won at ADDING MACHINE: ROLLS, only
Jacksonville during the District Tournament for "Outstanding Hdgtb: 8 feet 2Se each et the StirAdvocateHONDA I I 1 SPECIAL RATES FOR OPENING WEEKEND I I .

Sportsmanship, on and off the.Field,," proving we have Broad jump 1. Hutchinson, SATURDAY & SUNDAY MARCH 14-15 :
here a fine group of boys. Satellite; 2. Ream, Titusville; 3. I I :
Seems as if we harp an awful lot about the managersand -w,0.w Miller, Cocoa; 4. Holland, Satel-

coaches, but they're the ones who provide the free baby eT : 4. litf; t. Killup, Titusville. Dis- ONLY $1.50 PER HOUR I :
sitting service six days a week for boys ages 8-15, place Insurance s tajcs: 19 feet 9 inches. I
policies on the young athletes, and .aid in building Discus 1. Graham, Satellite; j WITH THIS COUPONI
strong physical bodies. 2. 'Burdick, Cocoa; 3. Reynolds, l ., J
there's Titusville; 4. Hurpin, Cocoa; 5. "World's No. 1 Cycl. .
Just the same, always one in the wood pile hid
Robidoux, Cocoa. Distance: 120 4 Crclo No OH Mix --
den behind his loud voice You know the "Throw
type; DISPLAYS ABILITY Clive Callaway of Eau Gallic, feet, 11 in.
the ump"" "What's the matter with ya ref", that was a the only man to win three first place events during the Shot put. 1. Adams, Cocoa; 2.Gallimott' CITY OF TITUSVILLE
"He's safe
strike, you're showing favoritism.
four-team track meet here Wednesday is nearing the tape Satellite; 3. Lots TI.
This is the person behind the screen' at home plate. end of the followed Cocoa Notice Of Public
at the 100 yard dash and by a tusvlUe; 4. Chandler, Eau Gallie; Hearing
His son is possibly the best player on the field and can do and Satellite runner Callaway, the state high-jump S. Melvin, Tiluiville. Distance: 44
about The City et, Tltviville will hold a public hearing en Tuesday,
no wrong. He complains everything and when little
a champion, ran the distance in 10.3.-(S-A Photo). feet, S inches.1q .
nine or ten year old boy comes through the stands passing March 24, 1M, In th. Council loom to heir Interested person

the hat and receiving donations to help support the teams, 1 'I In retard to a request te reiene the following described property :
he drops in a 5) cent piece, taps the bottom of the hat to m 'from Us present covnty classification to an R-3A (City)
make the money already there jingle, consequently giving clettlficatlen to allow additional' trailer ipicei.
others the impression he's a big donor to the Little League. Add A Room! i This application her been made by Mr. Clyde Cowlla, e
He's setting a good example."We y' for Whispering Pines Trailer Park, the le.i! description' of which

can actually guarantee 600 boys will register, and 9 l tat
that figure may reach as high as 800, if things keep progressing ModelsFrom The west \1.f( L.t 5 and Lot 4, except that portion
CALL US FIRST FREE ESTIMATES described at follows: '
as they are now, Campbell said.
"People don't realize it takes some good backing from i) NO OBLIGATION 18 YEARS EXPERIENCE $$299 to $$195HAM'S Begin at the NW corner of said; Lot 4; thence run
business establishments to run a good program. We will -- east 140 feet thence run south 254.11' feet; thence run :
have 25 different teams playing this year'; in Pony League, IN BUILDING LICENSED AND INSURED west 140 feet; thence run north 154.31 feet to the point

Saturday, Minor and Little League. Headquarters specify RESIDENTIAL It COMMERCIAL.NO of Beginning.According .
to much equipment for each team, like at'least six head protectors / to Tltusvllle, Frult'.and Farm Land Company's
having plenty and assuming the bases may be load- DOWN PAYMENT! Subdivision In Section 27, Towntlilp' 22 South. Range 35 East, a*
ed a batter on home plate and two team coaches. Multiply 1 CYCLE CENTER recorded In Plat look 2, Pale 21, Public Record of BreverrfCounty.

that times 25 and you get an idea what we mean. Zeke Evans Florida t
However, yet to come are uniforms, which will cost an- Magnolia Plaza Tltuivllle CITY OP TITUSVILLB
other $1,000. 52 King St., Coco By Margaret Cooper

Figure it up, it's going to be expensive. \ Construction Co./ Inc. Babcock St., Eau Calllo City Clerk

So, if a LL manager or coach, baseball player or fan 1425 Magnolia Av., Indian River City, Ph. 274247 "Need 2 Wheel-Se Mambone" Friday, March 1). 1744 e
comes to your place looking for, help, how''' about obliging?


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Pag I ,,TOutvllU (Pbrhf. ) Sti r Advee it. Friday, March 13, ,1M4 utilized
Students New Pianist At erly present a county gist from the Department of

...... ,_ UrgedTo Colonial ENGINEER or city the means to provide( Conservation. Any differenceof
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,,f... ." future developments which are opinion can be ironed out on
'\ H '\ Attend PISA Bill Meyers, maitre d' at the (Continued From Page: 1)) in the public interest. the ground

Colonial Lounge Is Introducing linn constitute one of Die most Therefore, for these and "I am most reluctant to continually

tonight for the first time, useful planning tools and prop- other reasons I suggest that present revised lines to

Meeting MondayTheme Jeanne', piano stylist, for the the city review its entire bulk the Trustees when they know
dining and listening pleasure of head line and incorporate all of that such a procedure is wasteful -

for Monday night's his customers. his customers to visit the lounge the necessary changes: in one of their time and energy

v meeting of the Titusville High Jeanne', according to( Myers, is to night and welcome this new application, We will make You may rest asured that we
School I Parent.1'eacher.Student extremely versatile and a very addition to his popular staff. available to you the services of will assist you to the best of our
accomplished pianist. He invites Mr. Buford, as well as a biolo ability."
Association: will be "New Ad.
cnturcs In Living With

Sti! :rlcntj, parents and teach. Phone AM 7.1511-Store Hours: 10 A.M.to 9 PM Titusville Shopping Center

era arc all urged to attend and
view two film. "Age of Tur
-I moil and "Early Marriage

There will be a round table

study discussion period, over
coffee, after. the films are shown.
To help guide the discussion,
four people from the Brevard
County MenIal Health Clinic
and Cuidance Center will be
GOOD LUCK Mayor Ed Kittles wishes testants for the title of "Mrs. Florida", '3
on hand. These are Dr. Pauline
Mrs. Jack Larks good luck as he presentsher From left are City Manager/ Cleve Tal- Fertch, director of the health
with flowers from the City of Titus- madge. Mrs. Larks, Mayor Kittles, C of C clinic Schoolfield
ville Mrs. Larks, chosen as "Mrs. Bre President Pat Blumer and CommissionerGus psy

vard County*, left yesterday for Miami Faulk. (S-A Photo). Mrs.ihiatric Rosalie and guidance Gasson, service.; aster
where she will compete with other con-
nurse; and Miss Mary Walk. Fairest of
er, psychiatric social worker.

I Community CalendarGreater Republican Club them all .
Postpones Meet 'a .

The monthly meeting of the
Pride Inc, throughits Jill Funk, 440 Abbot Avenue, Monday, March 16 North Ercvard Kipublican Cluo,
cultural and asthetic chairman Indian River City, AM 70285. 7:30: p.m. dessert card party, usually held on the third !Monday\ "
Dr. Alvin Kahn, is spon Friday, March 13 Woman's Club at Woman's Club has been cancelled for March. jj !,
coring a community calendar, 12 5 p,m. St. Teresa's Hat i building, bent"t, scholarship
which will list events of public Sale, Catholic School. fund. The club will join with the

interest in the North Brevatd 8 p.m Science Fair Coquina 7:30: p.m. PTSA at Titusville Spaceport Young!: Republican Cluoat
a dessert'coffee 1.'" !March (L JS
area Elementary Iligh.
30th 8pm at the CommunityRoom
It is hoped this service can be 8 p.m. Twirl.A-Ways, square 8 p.m. North Brevard GOP of the?CItizen's Bank, CYiY qP
continued to inform citizens of dancing, IRC Civic Center Club, Citizens Bank communityroom. l.
Candidates for
county offices
events of a cultural and enter. Saturday, March 14 will *
attend the meeting.
twining nature D a.m. 5 p.m. Hat sale,
March 17
If any one has a listing for this Catholic School. Tuesday
'community calendar, 'They 8 p.m. Teen Town, IRC 6:30: pm Legion Post 1 Birthday AIRLINEContinued t
should mail it or call it to 'Mrs. Civic Center. Party, 45th anniversary b E.
730.930: : p.m. Landscape
school, Whispering Hills school ( From Page 1)) \

. Book Fair Plans To Begin Monday registration cafeteria: second of series, $1.50 undertaken this year \' ,.h ,

Mayor Ed Kittles, City Manager -
Plans for the annual Book Favorite story took charact 8.10 pm Practical politics Cleveland Talmadge and: .yr'

Fair at St. Teresa's Catholic era, clowns, pjny rides and Course, by Titusville Chamberat Spangler took Orr on a tour of the e

School: will get underway at ameeting other special attractions will be Chamber bulding, first of city and the North Brevard area .a\ 'Vj'J
9 week session, -registration \
for 811parens on hand to( delight children prc and filled him in on the potential
Monday tommlttee'memo night& while parents browse through nescssary growth and the proximity to the
the book collection. Local artist MI LA just across the river from
Wednesday, March 18
tiers working on the project the
Ed:Stevenson will visit the fair 8 p.m. Art Club building, airport 'I
The fair is scheduled for April one day to sketch storybook Frank Blgclow speaking on Orr said he was impressed with ;*
10 11 and 12 and will feature a characters for the children What. New In Art" the area, but would make no

selection of 1.000 different books Mrs Logan Manders, general Thursday, March 19 commitment as to his future r sir { c :$ #! a4k :
(or children from Kindergarten plans) or the recommendations he :
chairman of the book fair, urges 9:30: a m Golden Years Club, !
through Junior High School. The everyone planning to work on Woman's Club building, 60 would make to the airline board. ;
books all have standard hard.
the special event attend Monday years old or older, The airline now operates {lights
'back such covers.known and come from as '. meeting at 8 p,m. in the 8 p.m. Friends of the hbraray. out of major cities throughout the : ';, 9 :r""s
well publishers 7th grade classroom of the book discussion, "The Last Con- state, directly tying in with major J ; s ,
Rand World Publish.
McNalley school. fucian" by Denis Warner. flights throughout the U.S. .' t
ing Co? Harper Brothers, John "
Enchanting as a nosegay .
Winston and Messncr, as well, as
exquisitely styled with linen. \
many others PHONE AM 7.1511 I like bodice that has an empire

STORE HOURS: 10 AM TO 9 P.M. bow and a dacron polyester

Miss t Tull Dies "", TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER yellow skirt. and Nectar blue.sweet, sizes colors of

.4" ." T to 12. .. .. /.99

In Boston, Mass. Jneq ;",

'fl.. t Little rays of sunshine peep
Miss Marth Elizabeth Tull 56, : through eyelet styled in the A.
a former resident of Titusville, line with inverted pleat in front

died in Boston, Mass,, Tuesday, and completely lined Sunshine
after a long Illness. She was Accent Easter r yellow with white eyelet in

born in Guyman, Oklahoma. your .... sizes 7 to 12. "" 8,99

Survivors are three brothers, Outfit
A Bert Tull and John W. Tull of

Miami, Bryan C Tull of Hous with South Pacific Childrens' Department
Ion, Texas.
tint terrific tan ,
Funeral services will be held ? l ?

Ut 2 p.m. Monday ,at Smith and basic swings
Chapel with Mary Louise Col "" Accent
with black, sings r' e Ways to
tins of the First Church of Christ ; .

Scientist officiating Interment with brown A seamless ,,; ,
Mill be in the family plot in
Oaklawn Cemetery under direc beauty all around! ,N ;r ,

lion of Smith Funeral Home '
l.SOpr. '" ",
Stella Grant r
A complete assortment of

gloves for Easter in many

Dies Wednesday different styles. Choose colors

'Pr -? :.m of white, blue yellow, pink

Mrs. Stella C. Grant, 73, of t bone and black 2.00
307 DeLeon St., died Wednesday
after a short illness She came _
here two years ago( from AsheVille .
N C. She was born In r rA K
Sandy Mush, N C., August 7, Fabulous ShuMakupis e

1890 Survivors are two dauChters. as easy to apply as nail ,{'
Mrs. Gene C. Roberts of
lilusville and !\Mrs Ruth Light polish. Flows smoothlyover t A y

Of Charleston, S. C., and four any surface (except
sisters. Remains are being
forwarded today to Asheville plastic). Will not crack or
fur Interment in .
Union Church
rub off and is water
Cemetery at Sandy Mush, under .
direction of Smith funeral resistant, too. When you 6.1 : y \ .. ,....
Home. ,
want to change the color, .. I

remove the color with t 0.,'..t%{

Major Jones b:, ., F ,
> \
conditioner and start over t .10. s r "
t '. Gleaming bright patent I
lightshades will cover S a handbags for Easter in colors
Funeral Is Set \ '
borrowed from spring blossoms
dark. One of
quarter a Choose colors
of white,
Funeral services for Major bottle will cover a pair of / t color me blue, yellow .
John R. Jones, who passed away or pink. ... .. ,:'V 4.99 I
March 10 In Heidelberg, Ger shoes takes Just color withSHUMAKUP4 ,Y Y'i :
many, will be held in the Chapel 30 minutes. any _
.t t Fort) Myers, Virginia, Friday
morning., March 20. i
1.25 bottle
Interment will be in Arlington ,,' "', I
National Cemetery with full LADIES' ACCESSORIES 4

Military honors DEPARTMENT I Accessories Department I
He Js the son of Arthur and
Laura Jones of Tilu vllle.
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FuD's Star*Advocate P PNosing AroundBy I

The Vole of 25,000 North Brcvard County Residents ( Bob Hudson)

Section B TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 13, W4 P'gt 1-B Think back just four years ago and, Tuesday Dardcn was appointed I
(/YUHI/ --------- ---- -- -- -- --- (II I realize many here now were to a four.year term, I

not then) and
Demos Plan For Council Asks Drcvard voted in the Democratic And commission chairman Joe" I
Year Around primaries in May.\ Wkkham, who says he's gonna

I 1f I :Many might remember the winner retire, won over one of the mm I

Wat, I sure had a blzzy time done about some of these eyesore United "Fronl"During Slower Speed but few would remember the running now-Roy Warner-by a

last week, what with gittin' Invited trash heaps an' stuff. If yew figures. 6.014 to 3,133 count. f

tew that Committy of 100 think Ole Fud's gonna quit hoi- For example in the first pri t

cloiiw: at the Country Club (and It lertn' about it then yew sure be- Primaryi Operation OK Limits On U.S. 1 mary, Brevard ran up a big vote "Your wife Is ugly. Why don't tI I

sure did look good tew see all leeve the moons made out of lor one candidate for governor: ,
them nice folks settin' at them green cheese cause we jilt cant No, it wasn't for Farris Bryant, jou mnd her to a beauty parlor
i council
I "
County Democratic City adopted a resolution
, Brcvaid Junior College discuss the matter. The master successful nominee. It was for a mud pack .
pretty tables), the Coon Holler have the kind of city we kin be
Tucs night asking the "
candidates met River-
Crab Smashers an' Oyster Shuck- proud of till lich places aint no view Restaurant Monday In Titusville at which had previously been approved plan has been approved by prop. State Road Department to consider lor John McCarty of Ft Pierre, 1 did last year, and for three
for year-round operation, er state agencies. who received 4.231 in the first days she was beautiful""Then
era Sassiety meetin' on Friday more. (An' these dern rat fam lowering the in
spied zone
to declare their solid backingfor what v
night, ole Horace Vinkle an' his ilies is gittin' bigger and bolderall by the State, won approval ot city limits of Titusville. primary. Bryant ran second happened?
a "clean, and as uneventful Then are three permanent "The off"
missus from Goose Gulch a visllin' the time. At nite they sound its new year round calendar tithe The resolution came after Hen with 2849. Doyle 1 I. Carlton third cwme
us, along with feedin' my like a passel of houn' d.aw schasin' as possible" campaign in Brevard School Board Tuea- buildings on the campus now Flink toll I council I members he 2.508, Hayden Hums fourth 2.251.
the and five buidingi are involved
upcoming May primary. new Ted Davis 1,4448 nad then Hud
little brother Jack Daniels san- a fox.) day
had recently made trips to Jacksonville Perhaps one of the reasons-
the $2.4 million second ,
in second
In the
wishes fer a couple days. OleFud' Boy howdy, when we git that Through the request of new The new calendar Is on thetrlml.'ster construction phase. and Miami and nowhere Dickinson 1002 had 7,323 and why there are fewer train:
beginnin' tew bog down. Sanford-Indian River Canal an' county Democratic executive! first along U.S. 1 did a city allow a primary
Reckon me an' Sophrony's gonna that cross state canal built, kin chairman Mrs W. D. Bruner, basis with the Also during Tuesday's meet I IS in lie.per.hour speed zone Cailton 6.0JJ: This year Burns wrecks than automobile wrecks'Is
trimester beginning classes August the board two of the due to the fact that the
Dickinson -
hafta take a day off an' cat ing : mil are engineer
go yew imagine what a place East the democratic campaigners, within the city limitIhefeHDhas .
24 and ending December 18; the post to seldom, ,
fish in'. candidates( << seeking if ever tries to
Central Florldy will be jist particularly those campaigningfor Heard that a firm is interested recently posted!
the second trimester beginning .
succeed Bryant.In nick the fireman!
Speakin of busy, this here is
about the best dawggonned placein nomination for sheriff, have classes January 4 and ending in purchasing the old Bre speed limits of (.5 MPH south of
Girl Scout Week an' do yew know all the world tew live an' work, Mount Edwardsled
Vernon ,
agreed to sit down with each 28 the third trimester divided Motel on south county races Mary
there's over 500 Girl Scouts nere- April ; yard Junior College campus and
that's what.
other and discuss any problems U.S. t and also west of the 711 Clark :Maxwell[ \ two votes-
into two "halves" with the }
and set 7 deadline
bouts an' only about 60 adults buildings April as Dr. Robert B. HogueOptometrist -
Didja hear about Clem Mui'kin- store on route SO
that may or may not arise. The 3.281) to 5,278-ln the first pri
first classes Ma
tew work with em'. Folks sometimes one ; for taking/ offers for pur-
is mitey prone tew blame fuss out at the Coon Holler Livery reasoning in the request, ac 7 and ending June 17 and the iiiascIt; was pointed out that The council felt that the speed mary with Ed Adams coming up
Stable He got tired of parlm' his cording to Mrs. Bruner, Is to second classic limit was excessive and asked with 2.8h7. But In the secon,I primary
kids fer things but they fail tew one beginning the buildings need extensive: renovation -
hair in the middle sew he partedit maintain a certain amount of 5. the SRD to consider the matter Maxwell piled up\ 7,301: to Announces the new
remember that children need! June 25 and ending August if they are to be ultl.'dfor
guidance an' direckshun so when cross ways from ear to ear. dignity in the campaign and to elementary Re. 5,428 for !Mrs Edwards. location of his office
fall down on the When I seen him tother day I hold down tne "mud slinging" The trimester plan coincides purposes. Not knowing: It at the lime but''
us grown ups novations were authorized, if the
says, "Clem, how dew yew like which tends to the GOP with the plan under which the inPIRTLE
give If
job weer jist as guilty as we kin deal falls through. The site you have rental running his last race in a popular
the way yew wear yer hair? candidates state university system Is now PLAZA
"cannon fodder" in
be fer failin' our young 'tins an'don't was named Forest Park School election for superintending
that fist sorta make yer "Wal, it aint sew bad. said the general election. being operated. housing, list it in Woody Darden romped over Tltutvlll, Fla.

conscience a little sticky? Clem, "except everybody" keeps The democratic party in the Projection on this plan indi- Authorized purchase of I 13 elll l Dixon 8323 to 3,731 Since Office Hours Phone

Kids need things tew dew an' whisper In my nose. county was split two years ago cults that next fall DJC expects acres in Port Malabar for an The Star-Advocoie''! that time the county has voted to t.004.00: : AM 7-111S
here's one of the most construct Say, that was a fine program during a primary campaign for and elementary site. have the post an appointive one
Ice spare time activities there is about the Saturns at the C of C demo nomination for sheriff between 3,585 students 3604
Kaffce Klatsch this mornin' at next Spring. Increased: cost of lunches for
fer young girls, sew pitch in gals Ralph Clark and Ed
I an' give this worth while cause a 8:00: am. at the Citizens Dempsey. The board Tuesday also adults in school lunchrooms 10 PHONE{ AM 7-1511! I

real hclpin hand. Jist call Cuz- Bank, all about the trip tew This is the first In a series of"togetherness" took another look at the ap cents above student prices.

zin Lorraine Ilirshberg an' sheel) the moon. Surely if them aster-: meetings and it proved master plan for develop Okayed a plan to cooperatein STORE HOURS:
notts kin git that far, some more ment of the college.
find a job fer tew dew.
yew was suggested at this meeting, teachers
sending to a A.M. TO 9 P.M.
Tidyville Is leadln' the parade of yew folks ott tew have made it
rather than have the forum
Faced with tremendous growth workshop on personal
tew the Citizens Bank, amt thatso
again fer buildin' permits an
Pat Blumer? type meetings, each candidateat on a 91-acre site along the shoresof economics, which will be taughtin
wooden think in a city as
yew public meetings would stand. Clear Lake, the board wantsto the system Lindseij
progressive an' growin as fast Be seem1 y'allUnkle e
introduce himself and his plat have a re-examination of the
as it is that somethln' cood be Fud The board will take up appomtmcnts .
form and leave the actual
speaking master plan to see if building
of other administrative _
to democratic r
personalitieswho sizes can be increased and
will point out the "follies"of "pulled together" for more ef personnel and principals
Commissioners Outline Road
I the Republican party. ficiency. at a meeting set for 8 a.m.
Mrs. Bill Coleman, presidentof Since buildings are air conditioned Match 30 and appointments of Go Spring

the North Brevard Democratic and should be serviced teachers ut a meeting set for
Needs For County To SR Board
Club, which 8:30 a.m. April 7. The regular
sponsored the
I from a central plant, it Is felt Summer in Cotton
April meeting of the board will
j : meeting, presided, along with that savings can result if the
County Commissioners initiated fast-growing counties, should be Mrs. Bruner be held on April 7 Instead of I
procedures Monday to bore earmarked for purchasing sizes can be increased and they April 14 because several board I

row up to $500,000 to keep the rights-of-way for special pri can be located dose together. members will be on a trip. SeersuckerJay

county's road building program mary road projects. All such Joe Savings can also be effected in

progressing.This rights.of.way are purchasedfrom WickhamSet cost of sidewalks, etc. The board will meet at 8 a.m. .
road funds.In The board will meet with representatives next Monday to consider recommendations
was done in anticipation secondary ii
of Gomon and Associates for a new salary Walkers I
the :
of the meeting Tuesday after. DeLand Tuesday commissioners To RetireCounty t
noon In DeLand when commissioners listed as top projectsthe of Daytona Beach, who schedule for all non-instruction

presented road budget widening of State Road 520 designed the master plan, to al personnel, .....
Commission chairmanJoe l
requests to State Road Board from U.S. 1 to the Orange County by. t ,1 l
Wickham {
who has served
\ Member Max Brewer. line; improve U.S. 192 from '
the board for 12 years, has
The to be borrowed Melbourne to the Osceola Coun an. fE\4y
money ;
nounced he won't be a candidate
Leslie Steele
I from a special state fund for ty line; widen and improve AlA for re.election. PA \ .\.I rt UItDl D 11 /
south of Indialantic to the Sebastian

Wickham \\t 1
:. has served the last ? l lr
Inlet; and widen State four .. 14
years as chairman of the
They Get More Road 405 from U. S. 1 to State commission. IJ
r ,
Road 50.Brewer. He is a longtime resident of It//f'/(f'M /

heard a number of Eau Gallie, being!! a graduate of Outdoor Bar B Oue -.. J
Than A Rug! complaints from South Brevard old Eau Gallie High. He servedon _

residents about the condition of the city council there prior to

The public Is being warned to AlA from Idialantic south to going on the county commission Pits Patios J- I, J r '

beware of a certain advertisement Sebastian Inlet. l s "

which asks $9.93 for a 9 x Brick Stone Block '

12 rug postpaid. Tides
While the rug is delivered al High Low The Titusville) Star.

right it is 9 inches by 12 Inches, Saturday, March 14 I INSIDE FIREPLACES A SPECIALTY I I

reports the Sheriff's Department 8:48: a.m. 2:38: a.m. Advocate, 1 1st In circulation
Whereas the ad doesn't say 9:12: pm. 3:00: p.m.
feet .neither does it list the Sunday, March 1$ in No. Brevard YERGER CONSTRUCTIONAM

size as in Inches A clever 9:29: a.m. 3:21: a.m. 7.5728

scheme, but hardly an oversight 9$7: p.m. 3:43: p.m.

Anyone having any information Monday, March U

relative to this matter is askedto 10:11: a.m. 4:07: a.m.

notify the Sheriff's office. 10:44: p.m. 4:28: p.m.
I I }

SPRING ,i 5 } t

BUILDING tA If/ price is Ir s ...'"..

j-i : .t. :,:
PLANS \ no factor. \\I

t l 1 1e { '
You'll b. buildIng t T \ 1, /

a bright future % w- ,/ 6 7 CHOOSE CUTTER'S PRESCRIPTION

when for your you 'feather family SERVICE FOR ITS UNEXCELLED Di i ill; l

s your nest with


y l d \

This % \\1'\/\ /

"Full Service" Bank /If economyis I

Your Savings Will .t \

Earn 4% For You ,

In Our important. ,11. The easiest going separates of all .:

Time Savings J ". cotton seersucker that does-up.

Deposits CHOOSE CUTTER'S PRESCRIPTION like a dream and resists wrinkles
a '
"' .'J i forever.( Shown here Is a 2-piece -
3Yi% Earned In Regular Savings Accounts SERVICE FOR ITS MONEY- ;

t1 If skirt set with collarless overblouse
7 !r" I' and straight skirt, 7.00; sleeveless '

First National Bank 'ii ) blouse, 2.50: and pedal pushers,

TITUSVILLE. H 5T I FLORIDA jTTERWALOR9GS ;;.; :,t:. '. 3.00. Also comes i in coachman. skirt,

4.00; and Jamaica.. 2.00. In blue,
Washington and Pine Sts. ; .- /1 .'

Not The Oldest Not Th Largest But Th BESTIr maize or pink. Sizes ,8,to 18.

Member F.lor.1 l Reserve SyittmMtmbcr J
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Federal l DltNslt Insurance C.rp. LADIES' SPORTSWEARUnkle '


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Page J-B -' TltulYllle (Florldl') S ar. Advocate ," Friday, March 13, 1964

Church News Of The Week .

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For Titusvllle and North Brevard County

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Deadline For Church News on These Pages 3PM. Wednesday a t r

Christian Science Trinity Lutheran Mims MethodistServices FOU ,
Spiritual "Substance" will be Sunday morning worship service for Mims Methodist

the subject at all Christian Scicnct TU World MINt Wldelt toad at Trinity Lutheran Church Church arc announced as follows: 1

church services next Sun DrIoItoMI GuIde begins at 10:13. The church Is Sunday: Sunday School, 10,

day, located on Magnolia Ave., In a.m., Robert M. Porter, General,
Indian River City A nursery Is Superintendent The Commission
Responsive Reading will Include provided during the service for on Education will meet March

this passage from II CorInthians small children. Sunday School 18, 7:30: p.m.j; morning worship,'

((4:18): ): "We look not at begins at 9:00: with classes for 11 a.m., Passion Sunday. Yoi \1\

the things which are seen, but all ages including adults are the Salt and the Light"* will

at the things which are not Sunday afternoon at 3:00: the be the sermon from the Sermon,

seen: for the things, which are Youth Confirmation Class will on the Mount.

seen are temporal; but the meet. At 4:00 Sunday the movie Methodist Youth Fellowship,
1 Upper KttmC 21q
things which are not teen are "The Uncommitted" will bo 8:30: p.m.; evening service will j ,
vm woe SMHWM tease '
mi 'wAl
eternal." shown to members and friends of begin at 7:30: singing of favorite 1Y

Related readings from "Sclence Read John 515.15 the church. After the movie, all hymns. Second study In ChristIan -: I" l

and Health with Key to will join in the Fellowship Dinner, Perfection, led by G. 0 > \.' J At
the Scriptures" by Mary Baker The Father hath delivered us The First Year Confirmation Talkington, will be based on '

Eddy will Include the following: from the power of darkness, Class will meet Tuesday at 8:00.: "John Wesley's Christian Per ( '
"As God is substance and man and hath translated us into the The Junior Lutheran choir will fection". ''I'"' ,

Is the divine image and likeness, kingdom of His dear Son: in rehearse Tuesday at 8:30: follow. Tuesday, March 17, the Pro' -"
whom have redemption ed at 7:00 slve class will meet at
adult 7:30
malt should wish for, and in we : by choir practice ire :
reality has, only the substance through His blood, even the forgiveness The Adult Instruction class for p.m. with Mrs Bonnie VanWagoner '
of sins. (Colosilans those seeking to know about the .
of good, the substance of Spirit,
1:13.14.: ) Lutheran Church and as a reviewfor Wednesday, March 18, Lillian
not.matter" (p 301)
First I once watched a blacksmithweld present members will meetat n. Britton Circle will meet with
Church of Christ,
a broken axle on a toy 7:30: Wednesday evening Mrs. Robert Bass at 2:30: p.m.; .. .
Scientist, Titusville, holds Sun d da
wagon. He took the torch, and Tuesday evening Lenten Servo Bible study, 7 p.m. ; senior choir ,9 .
day services at llam. and .,' t
with it fused the alloy and the ice begins at 1:15: with a "Sing. practice, 7:45.Thursday :" "." s
Wednesday testimony meetings axle together, Having finished spiratlon and Children Ser March 19, member "%t'% .:

at 8 'prn at 109 Baldwin Shop- he stepped back and said, monette. The special theme for ship class will meet at 4 p.m. vtt C. tttle I'. \ #

pirQI Center. Sunday School "There it is, kid, made whole this Thursday is "The Cross Saturday, March 21, the Sub i5 y atg Lot ecs; .
fortchildern: up to the age of 20 Conquers Death". district Methodist Men will meetat b 4e ntY
convenes at 11 a.m. in the again Maybe It isn't as smooth the Mims Church at 5 p.m. for vv t1t dt s?4 t e 1nr t a e tr ;.
and pretty as before, but it's of en 'to tt
Chamber of Commerce building twice as strong." First MethodistMorning a supper meeting, George Mor d tocSrit -1tte, but ..
All are welcome. gan will be the guest speaker. lle ad. ',l. +
t Lives become broken when worship will be held at Beginning on April 5 there will ;a4 wl 1. tlwelo F t t } ,

Episcopal they wander from the will of 8:30: and 11100 ..m, at First be two morning worship services, bt'l ret
God and fall into sin These Methodist Church of Titusvlile I a s k511ketnl o lt'
one at 9 pnd one at 11.
Tjhe schedule for St. Gabriel broken lives can be made whole Sunday with Rev, E.: W, Nor. ntY t Y g tbet t 1u5t5 11vcta .
Xpiccopal Church, as announced again when welded with true man bruising the sermon, "The First Presbyterian twet D Set.C; ut .ell 1t is net

byFather: Ferguson, is as foil. repentance and the redeeming Church and Its Task". The 11:00: 0 ::::0 it5e14 t0 bu bov 'aJ tcl' '' '
Evidences: of bit a .
cwt; ,: power of Christ. These lives a.m, service will be broadcast: Discipleship"will ome5 eltbec eea5 h

Morning Prayer will may bear the scars, yet they are over radio station( VYUMF. be the topic of the sermon p5 e 1t 15 itttlettcb
Sunday by the pastor, the Rev. Charles C 1C p .
be said at 7:15: a.m.; Holy Com made strong in faith and for service Church School will be held % ,4 tb to tna''i .v 15 sb
W. Bates, at the 8:30 and 11 like o to
at 9 45 with classes e
promptly ; a m eetdvetY
mli ion will be celebrated at << in God s kingdom o'clock services 4e t o hl toes
Sunday i5 ns
for all A is IIcC
Through! God's strength, the ages nursery pro a
7:3J a.m.j; Sunday School, for church.hour nursery for childrento
vided for children of school
then fourth grade and will most sordid and broken life can pro- d
up age six, is conducted at the lie bats' .
be remolded to His will. age In Hennessey Hall Adult 'ottl'l ltlc t lr'
meet{t at 9:00: am The adult holy membership class will be held latter hour only r seas :
clues will also meet at this time Lives made whole receive their Sunday School, with classes for
Sunday at 9:45: in the pastor'sstudy
under the direction of Jack Hor. strength from God. He uses redeemed all, convenes at 9:45: and Junior.

ton* Family Eucharist will be persons in the great III and Senior.Hi youth groups

celebrated at 10:00: a.m.; The task, of spreading and strengthening Youth recreation begins at meet from 7 tq 8 p.m. tCttl
4:00: p.m. Sunday followed by .vo
Sutjddy School, third grade and His kingdom orchestra The Session will meet it 7:30: +
practice, MYF snack
below, will meet at 10:00: a.m. PRAYER: Our Father grant supper and meetings. p.m. on next Thursday evening, '

linger the direction of James us faith to believe that our The choir will hold weekly re and as the first item of business

Mufinls, JrWednesday. broken and sinful lives can be hearsal on Tuesday at 7:30: p./min receive those persons I who planto
made whole and useful thr unite with the church on Sun
March 18, at 7:13 the Sanctuary
ani Morping Prayer, will be ough Thy Son's redemptivepower. The\ Girl Scouts will meet in day, March 22nd. This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:

said followed by Holy Como, .. Renew 'us for service Hennessey Hall at 4:00: p.m. on Another Communicant Class for II
boys and girls from Is .
rnuf ion. At 6:3D p.m. covered In'Thy kingdom and for theMasters Wednesday. The Boy Scouts will age twelve ,
now. forming, to meet in the "' Moonland Mobile Homes Sales
disH supper, followed by movie, sake. In His name meet at 8:30: p.m. Wednesday'atBlanton Edwards Realty ,
church on Saturday mornings at
'Crucifixion and Ressurection"": we pray Amen Park 10 a.m., commencing April 4th. Joe and! Mary Edwards U. S. 1 North of Overpass, Titusville
= TJiursday' March 19, at 9:30: THOUGHT FOR THE DAY Midweek praper service will Young people of sincere Baldwin ShopPIng CenterThrelkeld's
a.m> Holy ,Communion Through Christ all things are be held at 7:30: p.m. on Wednesday and who have their parents purpose con.

Friday, at 7:30: p.m., Stationsof possible, even the forgiveness of sent, are invited to join, First Federal & Loan
sins Edwin E. McDonald The Board of Trustees of the Savings
(Jhe Cross. The Choir will re Standard Service
(Colorado First Methodist Church will meetat
Westwood Downtown Tituavflle
hearse at 7:45: .m. Baptist
7:30: p.m. on Thursday in the Downtown Titusville AM 7-9927
Evening" ) Prayer will be readat
oftice. Services for Westwood ]Baptist
600: p.m. Monday Wednesday Scottsmoor
on Baptist
Church 'are held at 3112 Old
Friday, and at 7:00: p.mon Mims Church Of God Dixie Hwy, Westwood Villas Luke Cain

Tuesday and Thursday. Church Sunday of School Scottsmoor at First Is Baptist slated Services for Church of God in District, are announced as follows Indian River Machine Shop State Farm Insurance Companies

for 9:45: a.m. with Dale Redd as Mimi are announced as followsby by Rev A. J, Howell, pastor Indian River City, Florida 214 Palm Titusville
FJrst Baptist superintendent and classes for all Rev. Kyle H Bryan, pastor: :

ages Sunday: Sunday School, 10 Sunday: Sunday School, 10 a.mAll .

First Baptist Church offers Rev Lloyd Anderson of New a.m.i| morning\ worship, 11 a.m.. ; ( .Bible Sunday School); morning Baird's Mobile Homes
thre services evangelistic service Mims Citrus Growers Association
worship every Smyrna Beach will bring the Inspiratlonil 7 p.m. worship, 11 am; evening
Suntlay, The early service beginsat message at the 11 Wednesday: Youth service, 7:30: service, 7:30: p.m. Minis Florida Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa Florida

I.30 o'clock. Music by the a.m. worship service. p.m., with Mrs. Sue Bell in Wednesday: Prayer meeting, .

Yotith choir and a message by Training union, with Mrs charge 7:30: p.m.FJHST ". ,

Sunday School begins at 9:45: meet Grady at Sanders 6:30: p.m.as with director unions, will for CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr Boyd's Gulf Service f

a m, with graded nurseries, all Mims\ Florida Downtown Titusville
160: croups Evening worship 1027 Park Aye, Titusville ,
and w'N ,
classes departments for all I '
ago. Cradle Roll for infants and service will convene at 7:30: p.mMidweek Sunday School Crusade March 15-22

extension department for invalids prayer service la Sunday School. 9:45 A.M. Worship Hour, 11 A.M.

..shut.ins and people who mustwo scheduled for Wednesday at 7 Youth Fellowship 6 P.M. Evangelistic Hour, W. E. Kennedy
on Sundays. p.m., at which time the study 1 P.M Wed midweek service 7 P.M. Brevard Lumber Company Badcock furniture, Titusville
course on The Letter to the Eph.
Tee regular worship at 11:00: THOMAS REAM. MINISTER
eslans will be started. Adult
a.nf. Music by the Adult choiran choir rehearsal will follow. Scrlptuial! Christ Centered Everyone Welcome

(( sermon by the Pastor on for Infanta l St Toddlers Nursery & Winstead Inc.
Nursery children under Bryan-Conway :
"Wbted Effort". ; Ray Nelson Insurance Agency
four of is
years age provided at I Downtown TitusvilleBelkLindsey
Training Unions for all age all services Big Apple Plaza :

groups meet at 8:15: p.m. .
Royal Ambassadors, sponsored TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCHAn
Evening '
worship at 1:30:
by the Brotherhood, will :
o'clock Music by the Intermed meet at the church Saturday p.m. ( American Lutheran Church) .;
iatJ choir and :
sermon by the
Burger King
Pastor 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE TitusvilleMorley's
on "Negative Tragedies"
St. Teresa'sSt f \ -r North U. S. 1, Titusville :
Af d-week Services begin at INDIAN RIVER CITY t /

5:30 p.m. Wednesday with Family Teresa's Catholic Church
{Night Supper. (Make your announces a change in the Sunday SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . .9:00: a-m. ,Y' Western Auto :i

reservations) followed by organ as scheduled effective Sun CHURCH SERVICES . . . 10:15: a.m. ., Duff Electric: Titusville Mr. and Mrs. Chas J, Morley :1'

Izaflonal Prater service meetings at 7:30: Mid-week o'clock day.The March change 15.is due to an In. We Extend A Cordial Welcome To You I Mr. and Mrs II Guy Dull Washington & Broad, Titusville :..

followed by Youth choir rehearsalat crease In attendance CLAUDE !. TEJAN, Pastor ..
|::30 p.m. Four morning Masses will be

his is "Youth Week" in First held on Sunday follows: 7:00: + Rambler" C, W. Danenburg ,
Bai list Church and young people 8,:30 10:00: and 11:30: at ,the Canaveral

will serve in every adult office church located on Ojibway Ave? Welcome To The >, Phone AM 7-1318 Danenburg' Realty
a po ible. Titusville."I l 1514 S Washington, 'Titusville :

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH' First Baptist Fransen's Drive In Restaurant Master' Cleaners .. '

"I and Employees, South Washington
"In The Heart Of The Community Church of Mims Titusville :. S. Hopkins at Titusville City Limits

Malta & Hopkins TltusTllle. Florida
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W. S. Hardly Pastor Mutual Insurance Service
: On U. S,1 to Mims Turn Left at Blinker LIght i Inc.
Rinker Materials I Corp.' "' .
SERVICES ,' I Mr. and. 'I ra. N E. /ones < ;
t 4asoN sill 4fl UM04UMOQ UIOJJ se 4 n UW| J AUQ| West Orange, Ph. AM 7-5900 Y Downtown Titusville 'rv ,

Slmday Worship . . . . 8:30: & 11:00: A.M, SUNDAY SCHOOL ....... 945AM: "

Sunday School . . . . . . . 9:45: A.M. MORNING WORSHIP .. .. ... ..... 11:00: A. M ,- 5

Training Union . . . . . . 6IS A.M. YOUTH CHOIR REHEARSAL . ... 5:30: P. M 't., I, *
Sunday Evening Worship . . . . 7:30 P.M. TRAINING UNION ........ ,..,.. .,. 8:15: ? M, Town Motel Fulmer Drug Store

Mid-Week ';Tle.. Wednesday . . . 7:30 P.M. EVENING WORSHIP .,. .. .. . .. 7:30: P. M Downtown Titusville Gene Sego .
Oldest Baptist Church !In Area Established la1J89 Air Conditioned for your Comfort Rev, Joseph E. BoatwrliM "

Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention "The End of Your Search For A Friendly Church" Atlantic Plumbing Co The Employees of

Nt-CondUl! ned Mother of Three Missions We Suburban Gas Service
Cordially Invite You to Attend Our Services, "Wonderful Words of Life" 7:45: A.M. Mon.-FrL! WRMF 329 St. Johns St., Titusville

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Lutheran Hour Calvary Baptist Miniature First Nighters Group .-

Services will he held Sunday

Rally Sunday at the Calvary Baptist Churchas Launches First Membership Drive : ,
Church News Of The Week follows:
f r Sunday School will begin' : at
At Winter ParkAn 10:00: a.m. under the direction of A membership drive was ing places: The Earnest SchooCof f'

4( Marvin Fisher, Sunday School launched! by the %Mniature Firs.. Dance in Pirtle Plaza or .to tiThe
1 Supt., with classes for all am*. Theatre ata
outstanding event of the Nighters Children's
Miniature First Nighters,
The morning worship service
For Titusville and North Brevard
County ar will take place on Sunday begins at 11:00: am. with Pastor recent meeting for Interested 19 North Williams Ave. Titus

Deadline For Church News on These Pages 5 P. M Wednesday March U. at Grace Lutheran Bill McClure bringing :the message adults and teenagers in the CommUnity ville Member of the board"'
hurch, 4th and C Street, S. E., Room of Citizens Bank.
I The Young People Croup; request t you use check or money
Winter Haven when Dr. Oswald
Membership In the organizationIs
will meet at 6:30: p.m. aril Prayer order If registcration is made by
Hoffmann! the regular speaker of !
to all children through
Good service will he held it 7.I 13 open mail as they cannot be responsible I
ShepherdThe IRC Alliance 1st Missionary The Lutheran Hour" addresses high school aRe for a fee of 50 for money lost In the mail
m expected record crowd at the
p.m.Pastor .
Rev Arnold F. Clam I Sunday will open the Sun BaptistFirst Uitheran Hour Rally. This McClure will be teach: cents a year.Registering Membership cards will be distributed -

pastor for the congregation at the Indian the Christian and Mission I I sty Baptist t L'nnging, Christ to the Nations" ing from the Book of Revelationat ai a member of at a meeting for all
Good Shepherd Church, will deliver the Wednesday night serviceat members to be held within the
Church will : at 9:40: a m
Church of Indian River City lilly!, will begin at 4 p.m. the children theatre will afford
the sermon, "Christ, Our 1:30.: next two weeks All adults interested ,
a.m. in the special illus
a Elder Howard Thornton, pastor the Lutheran ]Hour' addresses two advantages for youngster In
High Priest! on Sunday morning located rn ] Mr. Dennison will national I The Weekly Bible Study I will beheld in registering as a mem- \
announces services as follows: government support the urea: The first tryouts for
March IS, at the 8:00( o'clock Bible at brother Modules[ hoi"c ber of the theatre group may
across Class from id radio broadcast which a recent be
9:4:5: a.m., all 111 F.N. productions
Sunday: : 4vc Indian River .
worship service. Romans. There at 220 Stuart ? do so by phoning!! 267 3994.
Heights Indicates has the
School with classes for all ages survey ( for members only. If a
: City Tuesday at 10:00: e,m. and open j
The second service, which Is Robert facilities dur- nursery provided: 11:00: a.m.. greatest worldwide coverage of Visitation will be Tuesday! at director h unable to completehis Plans were also made for a

conducted at 10:30 a.m., will message of the church. morning worship, Eld Howard shy religious or commercial pro. 10:00: I.m.Calvary. cast t at this first session, tryouts bonus production) of three one-
consist mainly of the You Say I of the Kingdom" Thornton 6:30: Baptist gram, has been on the airwaysfor Millennium will then be open to the
Questioning ; p.m. Baptist t is It Pre act plays to raise funds for a
of the Confirmands, fifteen is found in topic by the Training Course, classes (for all < 31' consecutive years. Presently Imlrpcn Ir nt Church pulilio Registered! memberswill full.scale: musical show during

boys and girls who will take ing to : ages, nursery provided. 8:00: Dr. !Iliffmanns sermons and Pastor McClure extend:< n be admitted to all productions the summer and to give members -
The are heard by more than 30 mil.
their confirmation vows the Cadets and the p.m., evening worship, Eld. l'ordlall'itation to the pi'Mic to held during the year for ,afro some acting experience before /
following Sunday Palm Sunday will be held : groups will meet Howard Thornton. lion many persons isolated in from 120( Christianityh countries, attend all services Services arc ( of 25 cents nnd proof of this major production goes

Pastor Claus who has In- pastor will : Monday: Adult choir rehear the Iron and Bamboo Curtains being held temporarily at the membership, regardless of thC into rehearsal.

structed this class concerning of messages worship service sal, 6:30( p.m.. under the direction locally this broadcast Is heard Women's Club !House. 110 linking .- number of howl produced b"]

Lutheran teachings, will ask Theology of 7:30 with good of Doyle Risnor rich Sunday over WDBO and Avenue tho theatre group.mcmbersl1ip. AT CONVENTION
questions about the Ten Commandments the sermon << special music. The Wednesday: 7:30: p.m., Mid WII1V A registrationblank

The Lord's Prayer, Doctrine" of : will be, "Are" Your Week prayer service, Study The Rally on Sunday in Winter RETURNS HOME: will be in Friday's Star Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hudson

The Apostles' Creed, the Sacrament ion. or Brass? Course by Eld Howard Thorn. Hjvin, In addition to the dynamo Mrs. M\[ B Smith expects to Advocate for all children Interested and Mr. and Mrs Robert H.

of Baptism, Holy Com music, and 9:30: a.m., Ladies ton; 8:30: p,m., adult choir rehearsal ic message of Dr. Hoffman, will return home Wednesday from In belonging to the organization Hudson returned Sunday frog",
munion, and others pertinent to ing will be At 7:30: p.m. present the thrilling choral music Orlando where she has been a The blanks must Winter Haven where they attended .

Christian doctrine nursery\ will Bible Study Thursday: 10:00: a.m., Ladies d( f a 300 voice choir from Ccn patient at Orange Memorial Hospital be completely filled out and the spring convention of

Nursery facilities will be available both the meeting. The Lay- Vititation; 7:1:15 p.m? Men's Visitation teal Florida Churches, plus the a few weeks due to a heart signed by a parent or guardianof the Florida Press Association

during the later service forth services. for Missionary ; 7:00: pm. Beginnerschoir gentry of a colorful Parade of mlmcnt For the present, she tlio child and returned' with Mr. and Mrs I I'' H Hudson also!

convenience of parents of :the! Junior Tuesday at 7:00: rehearsal; 7:30: p.m., Jun I Iiors 1 the Nations will be unable to have visitors,, the registration: fee to the follow- visited friends in Tampa *
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small children. choir rehearsal.
5:8(1( p,m. invited to attend I a .

Sunday School, Junior and net\ at the : 1
Adult Bible classes, and also The Official Jchovsh's WitnessesThe WANT MORE FOR ybUR oNEjv.K

the 'Pastor Class' meet at 9:15: 530:! ( p.m.The :
following program at the
each Sunday morning. Allison
of the Niz Kingdom Hall, 1422 Norwood
At 9:30: a.m., Monday, ladies man't I
Ave., announc Ave., is announced by L D.
of the church will canvass a vice will :
services of the Shawver, local presiding minis Patio
local area. a.m. In the ter: Specials
The Girls' Mission League Mrs. Jack :
at 9:45: under Sunday at 3 p.m., a Public
girls in the third through the Browning;
of Clifford Allen Bible lecture will be given by a
sixth grade will meet in the will meet in representative of the Watchtower
classes for all KNOWN
fellowship hall of the church Mrs. Society, W. Arndt, whose sub. IVAIas,

Tuesday at 7:00: p.m. At 7:30: Swift at 10: ; jcct will be, "Who Is Responsible r +
that same evening, the 'Pastor Circle will hour begins For World Woes?" Follow MODEL 2n

Class' will be held in the Church Mr. and : ( Thomas Ream ing the lecture ate:15 p,m. the AIWAfS 'IU' ""t tUNSUIPAIIiD
office. 335$ Key : message. The weekly Bible study will be held + IN QUALitY c0 .
and Youth Adult
nursery will one, "Messengers of Liberation."
The Midweek Lenten Ser church for meet at 6:00: ; Every Tuesday at 8 p.m,. another ,
vice, with Pastor Claus bringingthe The adult service begins Bible study is held discussing .

"Word of Victory! for his rehearsal : : Rev. Ream speak in detail "Babylon The rN.omr lawnf0o
message, will take place at 7:30: Mrs. Clark Lang e0NI101AOIUILII
at the Great Has Fallen, God:! s King
o'clock, Wednesday evening. cussion in the services to dom Rules" Wlv

Following the service, the choir int of music. Thursday at 1:30: p.m.. the
will rehearse. meet will launch Theocratic Ministry School is .. tuna. IIIU "
: CO.l' lI"el
At 8:00: p.m., Thursday, the the church Crusade. The conducted, followed at 8:30: p.m. f
Lutheran Women's Missionary begin nightly: at by the weekly Service Meeting IM OMI NANa1 I w A
League will hold Its quarterly The Thomas Ram --::- au. IUGO.D 1"1\ GARDEN TOOLS <"

meeting for boys and )' and the song Bellwood Baptist caurAUCnon All metal short handletools
Junior Confirmation Class will urday, 10:00: be Rev. and Mrs
50-Lb. fork cultivator
meet Saturday at 9:00: a.m. Men's The public is Bellwood Baptist Chapel services II ( .al ae.11 1 80 or trowels Metal
jest will The church are announced by the Mission w to lie' swell
r IuvIN rounrl pcsoIOe4 Bag ,
be for all the
Church Of GodThe open Pastor, Bro. Herbert
Central of the week. Nlw ,IAIr era.ts1 I"N" rIIceA

services of the First Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.; AE
Church of God will begin with Central Of Christ morning worship, 11. Right Now Is The CIAII.

Sunday School classes at 10:00: Indian McAllister River teaching"C&M of Christ is local This church is located 4 miles a Time to Plant the 69

o'clock this Sunday morning, the following of St Johns and south of Indian River City. on / I"A"to' Ieu, following. In stock C
with classes for all ages. the right side of U.S. 1, one half ''
The service Sunday: 9: The schedule of mile Orlando /.1111.IN/11 at Grants:
morning worship School follows: north of Utilities. ..uoNUna 'H+
will follow at 10:45 o'clock with This The church is a mission of Central / IA I
the : study; 9:50: a m Aelua.1u.IIIN
the pastor, Rev. Ronald Holder, Baptist of IRC and all SURNHAM CHERRY
will teach service, 10:50 eo"r101 "
bringing the message Southern Baptist Interested in
ments ; service, 6:00( p'.m. DRACENEA
Youth Fellowship will be meet helping establish this missionare
are provided for
ing in the pastor's home, 3374 youth : ( especially Invited JUST

Elder St., at 6:30 p.m. Youth I hi. worship : Wednesday both Sunday night. Beautify Your Home Grounds With A CROTONS ;
There( will be midweek service
ate Dept, 6: Sunday morning Church of God

Services 7:30 held( o'clock on are Wednesday presently eveningat being ship Union service, 7:30 ; : eldership W, Jackson, accord Jr., Services God, temporarily for Titusville located Churchof at POWER EDGER(j PUNK' TREE oARRIVED !

conducted choir Ave.. ,,,, PLU
on Sunday morningIn 308 Washington are announced A\
k service is Wed r
the Indian River City FireI Tuesday: : as follows by Pastor A Complete
lor Circle : ( p.m. 2 H. P. Brand/ Stratton f K\ \ LU STRUM
alf) on Magnolia Ave. Joseph N. Daniel: 88 .
This congregation Is associated Mr ., Bertha Sunday: Sunday School 10 This Is the machine that tiks I \\\D\

wit! the Church of God whose Alt: 730: ( Christian a.m., morning worship, 11:00: the drudgery out of lawn 52 :', : Assortment f

general offices are in Anderson, School with sermon by the pastor; evan *u
Cocoa*, First First Christian tdglrg. \ &
Indiana.( 5 gellstic service, 1:00: pm. ,Wednesday: : are an Tuesday 7:30: p.m", prayer Of
udAL PADS Big Supply, at liliner/ and ; by Pastor Ed. service

the Star.Advocate Office. //:and ; : Thursday, 7:30: pm., youth FLORIDAPEAT
RA: .'s meet ; : : School, 10 service PATIOSTONE
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p:fi.i; ; worship, 11, with 5/8" GARDEN HOSE
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/: : charge\ of Citizen";; 6:45:
'Thursday!: : vor for Junior 50 FEET l-Bushel "
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: : Women of ; hour, with topic
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; ; 7:30 p.m., Christian Over. to
visit tUheDiU. :\ 2 0 100 ?
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Services t ; 10:00: a.m., 7:30: p.m.service, 43 Fear not,only believe. wTCtj: 399 R 1 39
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; God In the strongest of affirmatives .
; list Youth we will Invite into

I.. + week Baptist of r c II of God of our experience the full expression
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The Sunday W B. Tucker Your 88' Spring Color!
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.. 4-8 TlluerilleFlarldalSlar( ) Advocat. frlday March U. 19" HAPPY ';
Mims Area Happenings BIRTHDAYSaturday

March 14

; Editorials I Youth Week At First Baptist. Robert Wilbur Eula Griner King Love Crow

By Mrs. Gladys McLtndan Garry Wadding. Adult No. 2. Jack Class Meeting March 17th William A. Livingston
26)-1248' Lewis; Adult No.1. Dennis The Deborah Sunday School Carol Ann Orminston
i j? -- .% u?, i *Wf&t-y& Penis; Married Young People, Class will take a Devotional program Stanley Pucket
Each year our youth of the
and share singing period
i& : Danny Nelson; Single Young a Sunday March IS
'frr : : .
< First of Mlms, takes
over the Home
with the residents of
People, Richard Morgan; and In- Mrs. Dora Brown
for one week In responsible jobs, termediates, Judy Sharpe. for the Aged on Tuesday. All Arloen Livingston
Ml training for their future is. Teachers for the boys and girls, Ladies, ages 41-49, are invited to Mrs C. F. WheelerE.
I i Church leaders. This Is a wonderful from 13 to 16 years, will be: meet at the Church at 6:45: p.m. Gifford
__ opportunity, the week of Lloyd Lucas Boyd Wessinger, After the devotional period, a
March 15-22 this year, to know Alvin Andre, Ray Cowart, l'hy'Ilis business meeting will be held in Henry A. Wenzel
and learn how our Church officials Saunders, Ann Brackin, Faye the home of Mrs. David Carpenter Melissa Wingo
take of these Odel Thorne
I care Important ,
Price and Carolyn Hyatt.[
jobs. We as adults should be very' Charles A. Lambert
i/ l Junior No. 2 Dept., David Car
proud of our boys and( girls: and Walter Pease
give them our support and help penter, boys and girls ages 11 to Peggy LevittB.
ir- % I whenever possible, for these 12 years, teachers are: Gary A Not from your Reporter H. Bakas
Bush, Alan Wadding, Robert
boys and girls will be the ones to It is Impossible for me to contact Floyd P. Luther
Parks, Charles Tucker, Millie
carry on when we are unable to have Eddie Smith
I each one that might
Shealy, Martha Higginbotharn!: ,
do so. Lana Hutchcson, and Sandra news for our column, so won't you Joseph L. Rizzo
\yr Woody Crouse, one cf)f our Monday, March 16
Mann please call me and let me knowof
I 1 young men that Is in training: for J. O. Sharpe
: .- the Ministry, will be our Pastor; Junior' No. 1 Dept., Carolyn any visitors, parties, trips, etc. Zunella BowlesJ.
L P It II Kenny Stevenson, the Youth Week Tucker, boys and girls ages 8 Will appreciate it very much. It W. Strickland
Director and Gerald Moore \Minister \ to 10 years, teachers are: Larry Is nice to share our good times Donald Carrow
t ( of Music and Education. Booth Edward Kolonick Kurtis with our friends. Would like to
Those serving In Training Cowart, Mike Tucker, Pat Green, hear from any newcomers to our Mrs. Jane Agncn
I Union starting this Sunday nightare I.ibby Oswald, Linda Jones and community also. Just call AI7.[ Carl Revels:
!JI. Director, Tony McKinney: ; Linda Stevenson. 1248 and if you can't reach me Curtis Futch
Lq1Li Adult Dept., David Ward; SYP, Primary 8 yr., No. 2, Mary E. the first time call again. Thank W. Q. Wessinger
Bobby Tomberlin; Intermediates, Tomberlin; Primary 8 yr. No. 1, you. Lcsler Joiner( Jr.
I. Joe Creel; Juniors, Darrell rila Parks; Primary 7 yr. No. 2,
I.t t Thompson; Primary 8, Sherry Barbara Higginbotham; Primary Sam JanoverINSURANCE
Mills; Primary 7, Kathy Shcaly; 7 yr. No.( 1, Susan Mills; Primary
/ i' ;I Primary 6, Jan Price; Beginners: 6 yr. No.2. Pam Sharpe; Primary .
d HNQPUg11 Marilyn McLcndon. 6 yr. No. 1, Donna Bare; ,
The Deacons will be Jerry Beginners 5 yr. No.2, Karen Any Time
Shealy, Kenny Howe Marvin Sharpe; Beginners, 3 yr. No.1. Anyone
I Shealy Jr.? Curt Peacock Jr., Melanie Ilucker and Beginners 4
.. t* i\ Mike McLendon and Imlph :yr., Gloria Higginbotham. ,? Any Place
7s Sharpe. The Ushers will bo David These young people are putting Anything
Carver, John Rathburn, Ray "God" in his rightful place so 210 So. Washington Av.
Green, Robert Hutchcson, Gary lets bring our families to Church Tiiuivlll
B-uckalcw, and Wesley Nails. and share In this wonderful ex '
Phone 267.7319
j : On Sunday, March 22nd tic perience of worshipping "God"as .
"I'm A* Near As Your Phone"
; Sunday School Supt will be a family
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Filibuster In Senate A Negative Vote? ; y I -

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The opposition forces 'In the Senate, l led by Senator The New Hampshire primaries, for- what they are .. p. "
?Richard] Russell of Georgia, are making their stand a- worth, are tabulated in the record books. *' I ; _

gainst the Civil Rights Bill. ,
In the GOP primary, the voters rejected both Gold- a 00V

H. R. 7152 has set off a filibuster by the Southern water and Rockefeller; it would appear, and gave fav-.

opposition forces in the Senate, aimed at defeating the orite son Henry Cabot Lodge a write-in victory. I

bill the only available.
by means
With Lodge 10,000, miles distant at his ambassadorialpost

These Senators conscientiously feel 1 that should this in Saigon, and his name not even on the ballot, he

bill be passed our very way of life would be jeopardized accomplished more through his silence than did his opponents

as the meat of this legislation is expanding federal who campaigned vigorously and possibly expressed '

control not civil rights. their views on too many subjects which both -
Goldwater and Rockefeller are capable of doing. >
Had the Administration not chosen to railroad this

bill through the House Judiciary Committee with- We would take nothing from Mr. Lodge, but along

out an opportunity afforded the able members of that with others view this as a purely negative vote againstthe

committee to discuss, debate or amend the 56-page mimeographed announced candidates. The voters are prone to vote'

document which was drawn up in the Attor- against what they don't want, at times, rather than for

ney General's office its plight might have been dif what they do want. We feel this is definitely one of '

ferent. those instances. The New Hampshire delegates are now

When our leaders chose to employ these ram-rod pledged to Lodge or to whom he directs at the proper ,

tactics they set off the deplorable chain of events now time.

rocking Washington and the entire country, for that Just what the experts learned from this first primaryof -," ,'........
0 matter. 1964, we do not know, but in light of these results we

: The stakes here are high. True, racial disturbances predict a dark horse, possibly Governor Scranton of

in the North, East and West, as well as in the South Pennsylvania, will emerge as the GOP standard bearerat
the heart of the Republican National Convention in July. ,
:? are tearing at our Republic. But, the

answer does not lie in federal control and forced integra The Democrats in New Hampshire, although there

I tion any more than it lies in the gun and the sword' was no contest on the ballot, chose to write-in President NO YEAR'S WAIT FORTHIS

Johnson with Gen.
Atty. Robert Kennedy as his running
Analytically, the bills of rights are bills of liberties
mate in the presidential primary. While this is of little I
: liberties without which our Republic cannot live.
significance, it would appear the expected drive for Bobby
: We are not condoning the filibuster now being staged as vice president is already getting up steam. It will

in the Senate but in light of the tactics used to place be !a hard one to stop, we venture, once It gets underway.A HIGHER RATE

the civil rights bill, in its present form, before this body lot can happen between now and convention time .

.. we will not be surprised at any length to which the this summer, but the write-in vote on Tuesday should

opposition might resort to quell this usurpation of execu- put the GOP on notice that the candidate who might

: tive power. possibly of this beat date.Lyndon Johnson is apparently unannouncedas Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from

Downtown the 1st. Savings insured to $10,000 (
Drag Strip Titusvillo (Florida) Star-Advocate up $30,000for

The local drag strip on U. S. 1 south, in the City of a husband and wife) by FSLIC, a permanent

:Titusville, made by the state posting 65 MPH speed limit ; Established 1880 QRID.

'signs, is an unwelcome one. Published Mondays, a p agency of the U. S. Government.
Wednesdays, and Fridays Aawl
City officials and others have recognized the dangerous Novae
By Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc
traffic conditions posed by this "open highway" OCr G y
: limit here in our city limits and are endeavoring to get it At The Star-Advocate Building (sae

lowered. 85 Main Street, Tltusville, Fla. 4r NY
3rstFeifai: l SLii3
This particular: area embraces a Catholic school and Henry II. Hudson, Pres. Mrs. Haiel S. Hudson, Ylce-Pres. ing$
; church as well as numerous businesses and residences, Robert II. Hudsnn. Secy.-Treas. .
Land Loan Association of Titusvillo
:with few sidewalks. The safety hazard presented is outrageous Henry II. Hudson Publisher Robert H. Hudson, Editor -
in light of the almost constant traffic using this David Dunn. Advertising Mgr. William G. Lyerly. Circulation Mgr
Downtown Office Indian River Branch
; highway. Second Class Postage Paid at Titusville Florida *
Surely a 40 to 43 mile speed limit would be acceptable Subscription Rates: TO 7
; to the state authorities on this strip of U. S. 1, thus Carrier Home Delivery' 1 Yr. $7.80.6 Mo. $4.00.3 Mo. $2.25 Current Dividend Rate Compounded! SemlAnnvelly'a. '
I lessening the danger to all concerned motorists as By Mall In Florida 1 Yr. $8.50.6 Mo. $3.50.3 Mo. $2.00
Outside Florida t Yr. $7.50.6 Mo. $1.00.3 Mo. $2.50 I
'well as pedestrians. Let's slow down and live!If.


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March 13, ,IW4 Trruivllls) (FIsrMs ) Star Advocirt Pa|. 3dTARADVOCATE'S decision.! What would you lay If wrong with your mother. Make SKIN!
lllClTrC: or "IITr.'tTIO'l:! TOIU.liUTER
she were your daughter? M\ use of your brains, ability and Dear Sister: Here! Is your fine t'ItTITW"8: ".'MII

AND DDear energy!: and amount to some letter. I hope "Mary" ices it
In compliance with HOUM Bill No.
MISTER BREGER land[ D.: If she were my thing." and takes the cue. It could 1175 Chapter Number :rxj, : Lawn
of llorlda. Act. of 1U4I the under
:;:;; .... ar tl .,. b.. IVea w..1a .rr e. p.e daughter I'd let her make the I pitched into school work and change! her life. ilgned will reglater with tbn Clerk

Crossword Puzzle decision. I would hope however attacked my studies fiercely. I of the Circuit; CourIn llrevard
County. Florida, upon receipt of
that she would give careful joined organizations!: and developed Ann Landers will be glad to proot of publication. of iSle notice

thought to the! kind of life she'd leadership qualities. I won help you with your problems. the following fictitious/ name,

ACROSS 2. Worship 25. Unee ':' have with a young man who ex honors for academics and music.I Semi them to her in care of this to-wlt we are:>The engaged BlaOranre' In Oifte under and which fruit
1. Strong S. Yearned "est. ) A' enclosing a stamped, hipping at Indian Rivet CHy florIda -
1 R 1 L 1 l hibited such Instability. I told myself there must be no newspaper ,
and that
winds t. Fencing menu r the undernlgnt-d are
I. F I self-addressed .
the ...
a. Mass ot sword Eccl: T u time wasted hating condemningor only._ person Intended In .Idbu&ln.

nerve tiaaue 5. Pigpen 26. Frenda I ea 7 a n tIn Dear Ann Landers: :.:y Heart whining. t1

skull a. Thin soup coin t [> .I went out "Mary"!\ who wrote ;\ TO Hr.lMTOKHMr. Dated at Tltuivllle Florida, this
11. Take as T Stone Weep p e tone's 1.- Today I am married to a mar VMIIIam (181111 West volunturlly 11// day of February A D 1M4.Hnrrlptte .
own 8.:A woman : 1 di that her mother hated l her and aeparated.. \ hlmaelf from Mur- C. LecklePenilleton 1
12. c tbrl. A N li liduring that she went to sleep every velous man. 1 know now my mother ford r.lecirlo; Inc. on February 28. .' U. IicklFtb .!
III T was a sick woman, filled 1HM4. Aa of thin data we.. are. no 8, Mar 8, 13: 211 (r'rl.l 1964
13. Cash 9. Sick l 1
32. Belon,. ri:; I night on a wet pillow. I longer reapomlblo for any Indebted-
U. Immature 10. Bawd of I II (o I N '1" I I"L with jealousy and hate! She had ness Incurred by him. a
geed phearanta rag I had the same kind of mo to take it out on someone and I MerIted Eloctrlo!: Inc MITirRI I

15. Inctte 18. Soak up him lasler4ay'. h..... then but somehow I didn't let was the victim. Don't ask me March liy 11,T.13 H.W-F Morton) lirtl.), I'rea. hereby wish to give notice that I 'I
16. Branch Small will out be for 1
17. Golf term 18.explosive! 33. ot Measure S8. Painful I l it turn me into a whimpering where I got the understanding. I -- b11U Incur"l. renponelble by po.on. other than any

18. Excla.. Bound dlatance 40. spots 8IcludedmaUon self-pitying creature. I told myself don't know. But I did get it. And ENVELOPES! Business Sizes mycelia ",

20.( Assam 33. Occupies valley "There is nothing wrong now 1 am giving it to you, Mary for mailing. Full stock at Star. Janet M. Peters
19. Bird'. bill IUkwonn the whole 41. P11. with you. There is something -YOUR SISTER UNDER THE Advocate. Mar. 111./ 1J, 18 M-W-F-M) 1944
2:1.: Let fall
21. Morsel of U. Look
24.lIInd\1 23. Regret 37. Bring Into U. Owned

garment 24. Female pig agreement t.. Put HI I, U WELL.,.ITLOOKS "> LETS WELL...I'D LIKE TO', BUT WHAT'S r4A yAweSN

27. Overhead

29.: Pronoun I 2. J i S f0" 1 II Y ,. y CyOIFT THE COURSE vT BOWLING, AND, UH.rr fOING?

30.92. ;Yowl;:::tater" / 1.a = I 3.03 WOULDN'TBe. .., THEN 1O

: e" 11
34. Prickly

aeedcoat ,i4 "Another dunning letter from the plumber,
35. A white I"I' f dear ."

38. Water 11 II ,' fl' ai.

godpoes39.Ausplces: ., the depression when a She was crushed. I had the O .

41. Circle, ?; J 4' 0 a. penny bought something a monumental task of ,telephonlllg in 0f7

of light u a n ; II 0 U jawbreaker a handful of pea and wiring tile guests. f

U'lIary verb 10 "$ n Ts nuts or jelly beans a slick of Now, four weeks later my daughter Ti'.r- '
r liccricc. And five pennies (heaven 0 -- -_
44. Cod of the receives a phone call from : 363
Ji : IS ::0 Jr 11 l' help us we snould be so T3C9
sea: Teut, Charles who says he Is "com C

myth, 4o 41 lucky) bought a hot dog or a pletely rested" and wants to get
: 45. Artiet's double-dip ice cream lone. ITb ALL INTH6 I MEAN, THEY COMPLAIN ,9tat btl DO THEY EVER i.
married next month.
48. Estimate Your friend's respect for a Our daughter Is torn with in- WOIC AT Ir/ BEING UMDERFOOT FEEL ABOUT

47. Paradises 4S 4" penny undoubtedly dates back to ITT

48. Unrolls his childhood. This doesn't mean arbMarrvnVMe.v .

1. An DOWN entire 11 .t he is cheap. It means he has a 0O 1 Oo I\ I n

range a'li good: memory.

11 1
Dear Ann Landers: Our daughter v

: who Is 22 was engaged to a

young man from a well.to-do west 11

'. coast family. The date was set, .. ..
Z;:; Ann Landers the invitations sent out, and tickets joj

purchased by her grandparents

for a Jamaican honeymoon. 0MDVI

If Six days before the wedding I 6.14I
Not So Cheap
received a phone call from the .

groom's mother. She said "Char

les is very run.down from practicing SMALL CRAFT WARNING IT WAS VERY NICE ONLY WISH THE REVERB u'SR{ I'M
for a golf tournament and
Dear Ann Landers: I am a such a man might be a financialhell With more and more boat. CASE OFAEASLE3 OUT IN THE COULD DO TO REPAY
the doctor he must
says get away inj enthusiasts turning MIDDLE OP THENIOHfLIKETH3 YOU I
widow who has been going with a ? Please advise. LOOKING for a few weeks. Postpone the out each year the danger 1)0 MR. N / THERE

very fine widower for several BEYOND wedding." The groom was unableto of serious accidents has ABERNATHY.YOU'D DOCIDR,

months. We are both in our early Dear B: If Dr. D. is in his speak to our daughter becausehe increased. Observe all the
40's. Dr. D. is considered quite a safety rules of the water.
early 40's he was a youngster was "too tired. w.y.-and bile:. you cast BETTER / ,
catch and many divorcees and off, see us for complete STAY FIORAFEW
widows who are younger than: I, pleasure boat insurancefor BED ''Jears. i

and better looking have shown your craft. )0X

more than cauallntcrest in him. GEORGE M. McCUTCHAN( ( I'I'V r /

Last evening we were walking KEEL Q

from the movie to the car when Mortgage Broker INSURANCE % D 13 '

he casually strolled over to the
gutter. lie leaned over as if to ((18 Years Experience In Mortgage Lending) AGENCY. INC. I

I pick up something and said, "I 1 m t DUDLEY, \ ] ruT, BOcSYOU ,I YE9Yvu; 9U COWARDI

though it was a penny, but it was COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL 201 Magnolia Avenue) Q / WANTVOOTO 1I | I HAVETHB I HAve 101I \ ARt:, MR.ABERNA114Y..

a wrapper.
tl iA17NA I I
4 s embarrassed to think he would I YOU'Re j jI
bother to pick up a penny. Keel Ins. Agency Ph. Titu vllle : =. I WORKINd ?
Dr. D. is not what I would calla 201 Magnolia 267.7121 NMTFom eoNWorwuT 1 FOR Me.j I

wild spender, but neither is he .. . ... ,, ,
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tight. What do you make of this i, I !gJIIf

Docs it mean he might be keep \ t /

ing his fckin.flint ten lencics ender \ I .

wraps and that marriage_ toLTE TELEVISION GUIDE. / _

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Ch. S Rocky: Jonea 10:00 to 2 Wire Service S MuCoya
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Pit <.1 TltuivllU (PkrMa' ) Star. Advoeit Friday, March 13, W4

I Don't Store Left-Overs .Sell 'Em With A Classified Ad TODAY'S BEST


CLASSIFIED AD Child Care GLAMOR GIRLS For Sale Help Wanted Insurance

2HILD CARE by hour, day or NEW 1964 COLOR T.V. $35950 I FEMALE HELP WANTED : .
INFORMATIONDEADLINE week. Indian River Heights. W. T. plus service. Buy Em I BUYS
I p.... Day B.torel'ublloaUaa AM 75766. Wholesale. T.V. Service Center, CLERK-TYPIST, WITH accounts RUSSELL'
For W.d. PrL q2llS Garden St., 2673883. receivable experience preferred,
11 A.M. Bat. For Moo. Publication For Sale or Rent for old established company. INSURANCEInc.
WHY BUY used appliances that I Many fringe benefits. Call 267* 122-2 adjacent lots north of
WANT AD RATES 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH ealrconditlonin .'4 has been demonstrated for 5900 for Intel''iew.CLERK.STENO. city. Each lot is slightly over
I otnti per wordMinimum porch, garage, central heat and .months on the floor at high 2001 So. Washington Ave
In size is
Chart Mo ,. $165 monthly. 2 ,b prices when you can get the ap- must have know. one acre and pricedat
-- months In advance. 2674576. Reliance you want wholesale and ledge of typing and shorthand, Phone 287-6720 $2250 with $850 down and
",,J in the carton with service from a must be able to meet public, excellent balance at 6% over 5 years.
ALL CLASSIFIED: ADS For Rent dealer you know. T.V. Service working conditions, apply Mobile Homes
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Center, 2115 Garden City Hall 525 Palm Ave.
t/ St., 2673883.
Except: X.tabUab.d Account.Tllnlta4 128-240( acres north of Mimi

Dlspltr' ttaw ArtllabU CAPE KENNEDY guitar Blonde finish with ft. railroad of
frontage good
.. i.qu.et accessories, plus fender leather I HELPER AUTOMOBILE paint and TRAILER LOT. already toned 68
'Tbo CUr-AdiraaaU rMnr tb. EQUIPMENTSales I II,I tlse. Base guitar list price $279; I body shop. Experienced and ability x 100 ft. 2" well, septic tank In, county road. Would make ex.

any arlvll.g..e. dT.rtlMmnt rvYlitnt which or rvjeetlnf It 4<.micUutrioaUa Rentals Repairs obJacU..I.. and 10 chug. t". Construction! EquipmentHand ';.i near $350, sacrifice at $200. Ex. ing. Phone 2677506. today, J. W. Childre Realty, 267- ment site $750 per acre with '
.( a.? .'''rll..m.nt Tools 2541.
condition. Call
from that ortmd to conform to Ron, :267-! I MAN TO HOE Citrus trees, part 23% down.
th* ptllcr .( thii papor. 88 E. Merritt Is. Causeway j 0331 or 267-7135 after 7 p.m. time. 2671481. SEE TIlE NEW 1964
Tb. atar.A/vocal. will .ot bo Days 636.8340! ( -Nights 634-0160) .
Mipatitbl for more than OM Incorrect -- : FURNITURE s rooms of fine KITCHEN HELP white, in SKYLINE 161-20 acres with 660 ft. on
Inacrtloa OFFICE for apply 51 X 10. 2 bedroom, $3901
nor will It b STORE AND space ,r furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite Chicken. Route 46 near 1-95 interchangex
Uabl for any error la advtrtlnmenu person, Virginia Fried i BUDDY
rent. See Harris Realty Inc., 7 piece dinette all only $13,81per
to a greater extent than 50 x 10, 2 bedroom, $4193. 1320 ft. depth. High and
267 0413. month. Decor Furniture, 204
the eat of PLUMBERS WITH Tituiville
th..pac. oocaplad l by county or I
the Item In tb. adrertlaemenUBuiUm N. Magnolia,: Avenue, Indian River licenses. Call Howard Fully furnished in modern decor. dry at only $2000 per acre.
FOR RENT City Phone 287-7613. Myers Southern Plumbing Company Free delivery and set up. Long 291. down, balance 15 yrs.
term bank financing.
Office M Main ftreet 'I, 267-7383. 6%.
Dial AM T-OJ31 Floor Sanders, Polishers rm ... MARTIN'S MOBILE\ HOMES @
Office Hour 1:00: to (:.30 Phone AM 7-3259 Help Wanted GRANTS NEEDS salesmen for appliance Authorized Skyline Dealer
and TV department. 1224 No. U. S. 1, No. of Overpass 196-1U acre wooded buildingsite
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET w.,r.a,.,sr.arw b..I ssh wog IM,....a 11 Guaranteed salary plus! commission. Titusville 267-3081 located in Spruce Hills, I!

Animals Baldwin Shopping Center "Oh no Gwen, I wouldn't say ALL parents are SALESLADY- (D-ELECTROVERT) Company benefits, group Mims. Paved street to I I
or salesman ((1)) Retired or part. health insurance, retirement 24'. 2 BEDROOMS, property
ARC REGISTERED Chihuahuas, APARTMENTS FOR RENT drags and creeps I Mime Public Relations type sales benefits, no experience neces fair shape. L. Earl Walls, 434 $2750.408Trailer ;
2926 South Hopkins Are., 267. and contacts, on commission ba- sary. We will train. No phone Hillcrest Avenue. t
3359!) after FURNISHED, 2 bedroom apart lslS' For interview write S. Orvis
S p.m. ,
calls. from 95 :
machine and utilities For Rent For Sale p.m. 1963 14 ft. TRAVEL TRAILER. on private lot ]located -
ment, washing Jr., P. O. Box 835, Melbourne, Apply W. T. Grants, Pirtle Plaza.
BOXER, male, fawn color, 1 year adults. 267-5837.: Fla. I Sleeps 4 adults, $895. can be in town. $4500 or $3700 :
old, ears clipped, all shots good ROOMS FOR RENT I TWIN BEDS, chest right stand financed, 267-5196 or 2674691. without trailer Lot size is 68 I
with children, beautiful animal, 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED duplex 2670669. FEMALE HELP WANTED InstructionsREAL x 100.
complete with nice doghouse!: apartment. $75 monthly 867-1323. BEDROOMS\ $$18 weekly or 2 men I I 1958 PACEMAKER 8 X 31. full :
$33.00. AM 7-8646. $25 weekly, refrigerator. Near SET OF BUNK BEDS with mat HOUSEKEEPER and baby sitter bath, A-l condition 267-6507.
FLOmmANAPARTMENTS. closein Magnolia Plaza. Call 2676633. tresses. Make offer. 2677113. wanted immediately. Phone AliiT.2464. ESTATE COURSES 415-100 x 130 off Old Dixie I
efficiencies, weekly, monthly Continued on Next' Page Highway near Titusville air .
:Boats For Sale rates, air conditioned, 417 Julia CLEAN ROOMS for working men. S.TVERTONE ELECTRIC Guitar $25 See Mrs. Davis. Tuesday, 4-7 Nicely wooded and
Street. 267- )234. and amplifier, almost new, $95 HAIRDRESSER TO take over fol. p.m. March 17, 1964. at Stanek Ideally;: located. $3350 and i iI
lowing. Guarantee. 2672630.NO : Insurance, 117 Broad St., Baldwin
complete 267.1559.COFFEE I well worth it. I
FIBERGLASS CEILING Catamaran LARGE 3 BEDROOM deluxe house ROOM WITH private bath rea Shopping Center. This StandsFor II
enable rates phone 267-2091) FREE EXPEDIENCE!: NECESSARY I
aluminum dacron apartment, walking distance to
mast sails schools and shopping, $150 ---- Best In town with sandwiches, pie to earn good income with AVON ENVELOPES Business Sizes 429-We have several building :
267.3168.complete with trailer, etc. Call monthly. George Barley, phone ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen priv or $1 purchase. 46 p.m. City COSMETICS We will train I you. Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp lots In Port St. John. If you j,
: or-WI 2673622. ileges, TV and washer AM T* Rexall. For appointment Call 254-7840 after for mailing.\ Full stock at Star- are considering building in
2283 after 5 p.m. 6 p m. or write Avon ManagerP. Advocate. this area, stop in and see us.
Building & Const. 2 BEDROOM: DUPLEX, unfurnished GE MOBILE made dishwasher, O. Box 1408, Eau Gallic, Fla. I
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies $50, good condition. 267.7607.
1 child, $90 monthly. $25 )
WIDY CONSTRUCTION reaJdentI for rent. 801 Orange St. 267. ------- RECEPTIONIST FOR doctor's of- SOtATIONNNf4ILNITEOSTES 549-Over 3 acres with 200 ft.
I damage deposit. Call 267-7586 3400. IMPACT WRENCH fice. Send en U.S. No. 1. Good high land _
fall, commercial and remodeling ELECTRICdrill resume to Box D,
12 years In Tltusville Licensed before 11 a.m. and after 9 p.m. Call 267-4377, Star-Advocate. IT STANDS Mims. Priced' at
:::5ggrt :
and bonded. Phone AM 72326. BACHELOR TO share house. Private NEWLY FURNISHED air conditioning : -- --- $ t 29% down. I
with bath. Complete TV, Maid lervlce, $30 PICK UP BODY CAB, for Ford 62 JtR II I
weekly. 2327 S. Washington or or 63. Short wheel base. $25. Sec.
Business OpportunitySUITABLE freedom. $75 month. 267-0748.) Call 267-5407. ond house north of Kelly's Block WHEN l f 559-500 ft. U.S. No. 1 frontageby I

Plant Mims.ACCORDIAN I INTEGRITYe 400 ft. deep including two
FOR small business HOUSES FOR RENT LOW rates clean rooms for work. corners. $55 per ft. with I
I men. 103. Call 2676183. WURLITZER 120) terms.
and home combination for rent,
2 bedroom.' 1 bath. Kitchen equip 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED, $75 WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 2673535.bass, $30. Will trade for guitar. This Is the official Seal! oi !
pe4. 2879940. 749-2 business lots in good location
monthly, adults. 267-1625. STORAGE SPACE in metal building GE the National Association of in Indian River City on
FILTERFLO automatic washer
Camping HuntingBUY IN CITY, 2 bedroom, 1 bath home. on Nevins Court, rear of $65. 267.2281.OVERLOADED Home Builders. Only members Hopkins Avenue. Well worth j
$85 monthly Call evenings 267- Star-Advocate building. Available of the National Asso- the price of $7500.
OR rent a folding tent camp 1822. now. See H. II. Hud- new, FROST- .
er,. sleeps 5, stove, sink icebox. ton, at Star-Advocate. CLEAR 15 cu. ft. REFRIGERATORFREEZER. -I ciation and local associations 751-220 ft. on Hopkins Avenue
SUITABLE FOR small business are allowed to displaythis
Double J. Campers. 2476 Old We must move
1194 ft.
Dixie Highway Phone 2671584. and home combination, 2 bed For Sale these NOWI Come in and talk to I seal: by priced for use.deep. Attractively I
room, 1 bath. Kitchen equipped. us before you buy anywhere.
-e 281.99 0.is SMALL UPRIGHT Home Furniture Company. Rt. 46 Alexander Construction
piano completely reconditionedand Mims Fla., Phone AM 73565. This is the official seal of the 755-Appro*. 100 ft. from ocean.
is BEDROOM information, 1 BATH, unfurnish refinnhed. Terms to suit. National Association of Real Company Two 2 bedroom apartmentsand I
ed. For call 267- ITS TIME TO FERTILIZE
rJ compost a one bedroom apartment
t KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC( Estate Boards. Only membersof
1252. 2126 W. Tropic 2676385 3 bags for $l. Nichols Poul I Broyhill Development all completely furnished on
try Farm. Closed Saturday. 267- the Association may displaythis
I corner paved street with extra
3 BEDROOM. UNFURNISHED, TAKE UP Payments on' two bedroom 2367. leal. And only those who Childre Homes Inc. 50 x 100 ft. lot. Located in
near shopping center. $90 monthly
with option to buy. Danenburg suites at $13.84. Dinette REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS, display this seal may call themselves Cowart & Carter, Inc. New Smyrna Reach Approx. 1
suite with six chain, $3000. AM
rentals $400 month. Pricedat
Realtors.George per
Realty 267.3858.UNFURNISHED. 76313. washers, dryers (almost any ..aK nao.eu r Cozart Const.
Company and shown
CHUPRjS3LiriiV' make). Buy Em Wholesale plus ,It's saf.r In the end If M. Barley, Jr., $20,000 only.800Beautiful by appointment -
W. NEW, 3 bedroom you
J JESS ANTIQUES, ODD SIZE lots rugs, service. T.V. Service Center, .l.t us handle moving probe Inc. Fisher Construction.Co.
town house tiled bath, central I 2113 Garden St. your
beds dressers, upright 2673883.
vacuum I
8UIL.OI".. heat and airconditionlng with or kitchen chairs and tables, large lem. Call NOW and Itt us ar- Bryan-Conway & Futch Construction Co.:, new 3 bedroom,
? gaLftl rang It from start to finish.
without Near Pirtle Plaza. ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only
range. antique chest and two sofas. Expert and modem Winstead, Inc. 2 bath home $13,650 no down
1 $135 monthly. 2671928. Bayview Shop 1412 So. Wash.. 25c earn at the Star-Advocat equipment movers John Beach payment with V.A. financing. j

'SS0tM110 M N, IRC 2 bedroom, like new, no small 2673940. I II I Office Campbell Associates, Louis & :Brown, Inc. '

children or pets. 267-6149. 6-8 Inc. 818-4 bedroom 2 bath home I
((8 p.m. J, W. Childre! P.ealtorDanenburg's Northwood Builders, Inc. between Titusville and Mims.

/ a5 OFFICES FOR RENT Local & Long Distance Movers 1F1plalt Beach Penziner Bros. Westinghouse 75. Deep well kitchen and, lot water 150x
Robert Evans
Realty softener, extra 2 room building .

Trailer and SpaceLot OFFICE 1.2 or 3 SPACE.room offices.Good AM location.7.5728. Moving /TfqpEJjfciter: ) Packing Edwards Realty Tiffany Ronald Moretto Builders, Inc. $3000 wired.down.623Central .Only $14,100 with

68 x 100, zoned for trailer BEFORE YOU DECIDE See storage *jjgBBB* Ed Kittles Agency Justice Homes Inc.
8' wide by 40' trailer, deep this downtown Titusville office Shipping air and heat, 3
well Only $4,500 cash. Air-conditioned, heat, parking, I* B. Newman, Realtor James Trimble bedroom,12 bath t home with I
W. $95. C. B. Davis, Realtor, Or FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341 William Everman deep well city water, car-
Call J. Childre Sydney SchwartzM.
Realty lando nite-day CH 1-3336; Titus. LOCAL AGENTBREVARD I porte, adjoining concrete floor
.. AM 7-2541 yule 267-7840. RIDGWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD N. Weir & Son. Inc. Wingate Homes for boat, fenced in side and I
$17,900 price, $2000
FUR STOP.AGE1600) N. U. S. No. 1 CRATING down, $125 per month includes

SEE PUBLIC WEIGH SCALEWANTED everything. This is a home
t OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service" you would be proud to own.
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886-4 bedrooms 2 baths Florida
HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing & room and patio just northof
: ( Mims including 100 ft.
: COfl.tt1ttV 'Uetld frontage on U.S. No. 1 which

Ph.D's interested In teaching college level courses in nU"ttJCttt could$19,500 be with sold terms off A buy at

Mathematics, Business Administration, Economics, Humanities } J'Z

.LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL ; 8 three-hour evening courses annually in Cape 887-Beautiful executive type

Kennedy area. No committee work or other administrative ; estate just 1000 ft. north of
401 South t Telephone
duties. Aj large home placed among
AM 7.2011
WATER Eta Washington citrus groves and high oak :
Write: Resident Director, P. O. Box 4393, trees. Shown by appointment
Patrick AFB Florida 32D25. r

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO 1. INVESTIGATE this real' I 953-200 ft. frontage on Garden

house value. Three bedrooms Street laned. which Zoned is for being business.four

(large master bedroom :, Just placed on the market for
REACH OAKWOOD From Titusville north
: go en !I. R. C. AreaNew ., with two deluxe $23,700 with terms.
U.S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more rg )

mile to our entrance on right. For free informationcall baths. Huge carpeted living RENTALSRent

2675586. modern 3 and 4 bedroom homes room. Two air conditioning with option to purchase.New .

F.H.A. and V.A. Just completed. Pric- units. Efficiently 1 3 bedroom 2 bath home
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! arranged kitchen with dishwasher with central heat and air conditioning
ed from $15,950.00 to 2000000. In nice neighborhood.
and disposal. Double
Rental $12500 month with
I. Paul Conway R. c. Whtttooa. 1.1.Pr..I'n per
\ carporte with extra large Vlce.Pre.ldent. first and last month In advance.
Trade In Your Old HomeWe One half of rent to apply to purchase ..
This home is
.. .. utility room. price if option is exercls.
situated on nice, beautifully 1 ed. References required.
( have ten 3 and 4 bedroom homes lot in ofTitusville's '
-Now landscaped one .
g 1 Open under construction. Some with
carportsand 'i prime residential f i

double garages. Priced from$18,500 et t" communities. The own- : i
to $19,450.00. Builder will definitely er is refinancing this loan _

Chickasha Mobile Homes consider your old home on trade. Callus i through the FHA at no cost II I I
?: &
todayl : to buyer. Price $19,90000

I SALES DIVISION AND LOT 8 We have new and used homes In all payment.legal j'

locations. Call for an appointment toGeorge I
I. 'Zpp' BI".S' Art Roed., REALTY !
f .al......
see- R.tt'oDUal Mar
U. S. No. 1 2 miles North of Mims at Rocket

I Motel Phone AM 7-3097. 1514 South Washington
M. Barley Inc. & anCouvaVUizifcaI !

Open 7 days 9 A.M. until 7 P.M. HEAL ESTATE !, nc. AM 7-3858

REALTORS .INSURORS Where buyer and seller expect

"A LOT MORE FOR A LOT LESS" 34) S. Washington TltusvU 267-3822 Dial AM T-2011 Day, Night or Holidays and get better and aster service I



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'', March 13, "1M4 Tltu".I""' ( "" ") Star Advecit Pale ,-

1- Say "Good-Bye" To Unused Articles And "Welcome" To Extra Cash j I

I Continued From Proceeding Page Mobile Homes Mobile Homes Plumbing Supply Real Estate I Real Estate Sale or TradeNEW Services i
TRAILERS FOR SALE TRAILERS FOR SALI I ammunition dons, all kinds
SEPTIC TANKSof GUNS (repair and ) 267-OC80 evenings!
Mobile Homes 3 bedroom 2 bath, "
: I DOUBLE LOTS 80 by 100 or I II Vi mile south Florida Wonder I days 2670890 ,
-- recast concrete, steel reinforced : central heat, a/c, make offer.
single lot In Sun Valley subdivision land. Indian River Gun Shop.

TRAILERS POR SALe MOBILE HOME:[ OWNERS TINY TRAILER TOWN state-approved, sixes 940gals. 207-1260. I in Brevard County, Flor TV. SERVICE CENTER, 287-)!
oast. ., 630 gals.. 715 gals.. and 1000 ida. E. Lehto, 4649 Redding St., 18 FOOT FIBERGLASS boat with I 3883. Home service calls only;'
LIVE RENTFREE .., ,. Tat Grease Installed, tanks 12 BEDROOMS:\ SCREENED porch,
MOONLANDMobile gals. traps I Oakland California 800 Mercury. Will sell for cashor $2.95 with this ad. All repairs!
alOOEft fenced lot, down
4& LlUI.eMltU.11I pumped and cleaned, drain fields earporte $1100 I trade for pickup truck. Can guaranteed In writing for 90f
Home Sales 0,...".. relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman $66 monthly 2675764. VTTENTIOM BUILDERS 0 Iota be seen at 1022 Tropic. I days i
..... Septic Tanks, Inc., Phone AM 71421. as Is, $2200 each. Shady Oaks t
1750 ,
b Sb. DOWN 3 bedroom conditioned I
t P. 0. Box 2016, double and subdivision, large storage warehouse 1963 FORD cylinder bookkeeping;
SPACES PROVIDED $20 down payment and $20 a t I New Viet tlorida. carporte and snail house included. with stick For sale or trade. service, Resident 267.35164 f
U.S. 1 North of Overpass month will buy your own full ,iMrtHeTmt:l VraOera'lM I 1 family room. Mr. Evans. 287- I Call owner 267-5963. Call after 6 p.m., AM: 75783. Office 267-3751. H. Burgsss U
acre mobile home lot at beautiful are.. Y.ba. Far Plumbing A Electrical Supplies 3267. INCOME TAX returns prepared.'

iTitusville 267-3693 Christmas Park. Decome :NOW I LOCATIONS New Smyrna Plumbing LARGE 3 BEDROOM, bath and IIN I SCOTTSMOOR, large lot 100 Scran I Iron & Metals Phone 287-3183, $3.00 and up. "f
your own landlord. More[ than 1:11 >.. I. in* >. litaleIlwrr r >;a, UOO down $M monthly. Call I x 135, $685. Large building lot, Associates. ;
I Inc. i -
150 families now reside here. New mnjrrim Beach, Supplies, : wessner Realty 2677125. 100 x 135 In Scottsmoor, $ PAINTING expert reliable and ;
Don't buy before you see for Ph. (I IA H-IHIJ CompletePlumbing 1 I KING IRON & METALS
Call Weisner Realty, 267 7125.
BUILDERSWANTED yourself. Only a few lots left ra >.. I. S XI. earth .( ; and_t-leotrk:I l Suppllei' ,GARDENDALE 3 BEDROOM ,I satisfying work. Estimates glad I .
CHRISTMAS PARK Mime 1'I.551 at Herket r..11I1..Mobil water*>ump Syitem, Pipes, YalvM.Sprinkler rtttloci Syittmi I 1 home, completely furnished. I LARGE LOT for multiple"dwelling Buying Iron Steel Metals ly. AM 70778. .
Copper Tubing Plastic Plp. $2,000. Take over payments. or community business. $200 INCOME:[ TAX RETURNS
I Route Phone 50 -Orlando Christmas 275.1727 Florida TRAILERS FOR MINT 123t''Canal bt Fixture-New.s riajlB ..ch Phone 267-3256. 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.GARDENDALE. j down, building.$U monthly.Inquire Also, 267.1481.can finance 4 Miles South On U.S. No. 1 by telephone or appointment ...
Licensed trained I
"FOREST HILLSESTATES" Phone 4282703Sun.NitesHolidays 3 BEDROOMS 2 experienced
or $75 PER MONTH, at Rivervlew 428.9923Rut bath, central 1 heat and air Real Estate Wanted Cocoa, Florida R. W, Copeland.. 2670274.___: :
"j Trailer Court, no children. Rt. 50 Small equity, $11375 monthly. I VV
i SINGER SEWING Machine Co.l' :
-- ServicesBRICK
and U.S. Hwy 1. Tltuavllle. Estate
.j t ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT I 267-6477. INTERESTED IN 3 bedroom sales and service. Pinking shears,
$3000 Per Lot! Cocoa 636-3790 MOBILE HOME with homelike i BRENTWOOD ESTATES house small equity, or good buyin BLOCK and cement work. etc. sharpened Phone AM 14 .. .
CHAS. JANNARONE Directions 12 miles west of room added, on corner lot, very 235 FT. HIGHWAY FRONTAGE It well planned models are now" new house. Titusville 267- Free estimates Yergcr Construc :2244 .
r 1 Tltusville Shopping Center Tltusville on Highway 50 at close In on U. S. 1, $24 weekly, and partially finished brick business 1 open. Brentwood Estates Is minutes I 7893. tion. AM\ 75728ROOFING ([Continued On Nut Page) ,
Christmas, Fla. Intellectuals. 2676441. building Priced at 10500. j..
from downtown Tltusville,
AM 7.3441 Terms. Perklss Realty, 2673940. I West Garden Street. FHA Sale or Trade PAINTING, additions,
TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT I and general repairs. All work
INVESTMENT or DEVELOPMENT I, VA, 2.3.4 bedroom homes, from 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, central heat guaranteed tree estimates, licen-
ONE ACRE trailer $30 1,030 acres high wooded $SS monthly, Includes every and all-conditioning, dishwasher,
apace per sed and bonded. 2673411.
I 50 x 10, IV* BATH, $8700 Invest month, children welcome. Applyto beautiful land. CAPE KENNEDYarea. thing. 267-7142 or NE 68383. duposal, built-in range and oven, Qu67zLL1h
ment sacrifice for $4500. 267-1388 R. E. Springman 2 blocks off Hwy. frontage. Near new I well for lawn, furnished or un I INCOME TAX: returns, accounting
? bath, low
2677021. 2
Moving or 50, Christmas Park. golf course and rapidly growing: new furnished for 10' wide trailer and system service. CF Associate
,Ij; Patrick Air Force bate. Maps down payment. Nicest section In ,
lots 0271.Make
or Phone 2672016. 267-
ON LOT, new 2 bedroom, 50 x 10, TRAILER SPACES prices data. Realtor cooperation I Titusville. Forest Hilla. 267-3504 I.. acreage. -. -. t
available adult
LOW LOW RATES I III t 1 267-5C95.Immediately Large lots. Reasonable rent. Write-call Thurmond Knight I
couple. Realty, Inc., phone' Res. : LUXURY LIVING, new brick Chevrolet
Good transportation to Cape 9998, W Palm Beach,td\ I veneer, 4 bedroom 3 tile bath,
Quality Service CALLING ALLDOCTORS FRIENDLY SHORESU.S. built in range and oven dish
No. 1, City Limits, Edgewater. Acreage washer and disposal, Intercom .
Compare Our Rates with AM and FM radio, central ,,eitS; ;: rY;
Trailer Parts and Service BUILDERS. ACREAGE, 2 blocks oil heat and all-conditioned, ? '
Free Estimates This property offers space for from country Club or Iota with wood burning fireplace, wall to GiiafanleedWarranty{
office facilities. First time advertised Nu-Way Trailer Service city sewage and water. Readyto wall carpet, double car garage,
build on. Call Baker 2675530. lot, .
I fully landscaped corner '
Lowest Interstate Rates From "Your 1 House"We .fo"' 1.'u
Stop Supply 'yeqt'
We wager it will be 27500. For appointment 267 .
Brevard County I t I have it or will get it HOUSES FOR SALE 1928.
the last Someone is going to For Make Model CHEVROLET
FOGARTYBros. Any or 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, built-in kit L 63 -
LOVELY 3 BEDROOM 2 bath $$2695
N. Dixie, New Beach "Impala" 9 passenger -
Transfer, Inc buy it today.HARRIS. 1201 Tel. 428-5002 Smyrna chen, payments $81 monthly, 229 home, spacious living room, air- Friday Station Wagon -
Parker Avenue Call 427-7189, conditioned, carpeted fenced V8 Powerglide, Powersteer- .
CALL COLLECT! REALTY, Inc. New Smyrna Beach. yard, many extras 108 Thornton ,Ins, Radio and Heater. "

Eau Cocoa Gallle NE 254-3133 0713 267-0413 Star AdvocateFor 2 BEDROOM HOUSE[ unfurnished, Ave. 2671659. '
[ $400 down $55 monthly, Call 267. OWNER LEAVING The 13th Biscayne 4dr sedan.-,$$2095 P'
---- -- Your 4207 after 5 p.m. Modern 2 BdRm home located In 8 cylinder, PowerglldeTrsrumlMton. i -
NEW HOMES In Forest Hills, 3 established residential area, nota Rarllo, Heater.
AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION development, convenient to
Printing Needs! and 4 bedroom, all electric, sod .
62 FORD XL500 2 Dr .;;
schools and town. t fruit trees
ded and 10% down,
: A-U-C-T-I-O-N landscaped and old shade trees. Custom \ Automatic Transmission $$2195''a
and low monthly payments.Chewnmg .
built home with city water and Your Lucky Day At PowersteerIng -
Z WEDNESDAY MARCH 18, 2 P. l\r.\ : Construction Company, sewer. In addition there H! an Radio and! Heater
o attached lot facing USl for bus
BUlin.. Lot Needs Fill oa U.S. Hwy 1 with Rlp.rl.nI ,> 62 CHEVROLET
.. LARGE 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, dou iness or Investment. FHA or Convertible Im'$2395'$
Right. Indian River pala
1.4 Propery nest door on south akle Sea-Zoo. Marine Lire and c:::: REAL ESTATELICENSE ble beautiful woodedlot conventional financing. Shown by wet lade
.ero. UP.. Uwy. 1 from Florida Wonderland Atlrsotiona: in Whispering Hills. 1429 Oak appointment only. W. J. Smith, McCOTTER'ST9ID VH !Radio and Heater -
V Only '%! nulls. mouth Jet. Hwy. 110 and New U.8. 1 In heat at n Terrace. 267-1933. Realtor phone 267.3511 .
.1: pros reae enl Gateway to the Moon. aickneu forceu owner y SCHOOLStart
F- to sell' by absolute auction without reserve. Auction sign on 62 CHEVROLET Impala .
.t: propertYlT'erma' r. this Tuesday 7 P. M. 2 Door Sport $$2295 '..
2o'S down .t .uctlon. 0 Coupe, V8, Power- t.
attend first session as our lUest.HOWELL'S .
1 GRISSOM.KEMP AUCTION CO. Z $$4195Low. glide transmission, Radio and "R:
"25 YEARS OF SELLING EXPERIENCE" : Low Miles Loaded, Plus Factory Air. 62 CHEVROLET -
1528: S. Wash. Ave.(U.S.1) "Bel Air" 2 Door Sedan .$$169

., .. AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION I I 267-1161 \ 1963 FORD GAX $$1695 Air,Conditioning 6 cylinder. Radio- '- -

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-- NEW HOMES REMODELING ROOMS "390" 4 On The Floor Local Owner. 61 FORD "Calaxle" f f rOC* :

Stop and See the Advantages of CHEWNING CONSTRUCTION 1963 PONTIAC 4 DOOR $$2595 and mission Fordomatlc heater.Power TransY Steering, Radio r,, a

Extra Clean Air Conditioned.

Lakefront EstatesTITUSVILLE'S 1962 TEMPEST LEMANS $$1495Bucket 1eOC

Seats Automatic. UARANII1DeARR


A WONDERFUL FEELING Automatic Bucket Seats.

when you put yourself In our hands. 1962 STUDEBAKER V-8 $$1195Air Ible"Lcmani", V8 AutomaticYTransmission convert. J/flTj-
:: .
... Power Steering
Whether you're house hunting, selling,
3 BEDROOMS 1 11 BATHS both your interests are OUR interest or! .. Conditioned. Rants and Heater

Our background of experience !is extensive 1961 FORD GAX $$1395 Ton 81 CHEVROLET$1195$

$500: $79.38 Per Month and Is ready to serve you. Satisfied '
Including P. A I I.
il Illh't V-8 Convertible.
12,600 60 FORD "Falrlane"
DOWN clients have made our reputation.
24 Year Mortgage $$895 .
t VS 4 door sedan, '
So why not come In and put Real i
your Forrtom atlc ., .
Estate problems In our hands? n 1961 FALCON WAGON $$1195Leather r
Interior !' sedan. Auloma-$1695'9$
Check These Campbell Associates Inc. r- Nicety dune tic Transmission. ,

wcMtfcrlng, Radio and Heater., .
MODEL 1962 V-W DELUXE $$1395Vinyl .
QualityFeatures Realtors -,, 58 FORD Ranch Wagon a
'OPEN 210 S. Washington 267-7323 Interior. V8, 4 door Ford $S595
omatlc Transmission,
: DAILY Radio and !Heater! a,
1960 CORVAIR 4 DOOR $$499 a
4'AMrTO7P A 60 PONTIAC "Bonne.
Built-In Range and Over. 6 ears'Mica llIe" 4 Door hardtop $1 595 :
Rough and Ready. .
In Colors liydramatic( jl Transmlsslon. ,
I Air Conditioning

.. White Covered Terrazzo Cabinets Floors '' t e ,,:l ;i Westwood Manor 1962 FORD 1 1/2 TON $$1395Extra Radio Powersteerlng.and Heater Power Brakes,? ;, a I

Ducted Central Heat .- 4 Nice. 61 CHEVROLET 4 door Sport Impala Sedan -- $$1695-. :

Full Tile Baths- Choice of Colors A W, Old Dixie HighwayBrick Transmission- Powerglide Powersteerlng.

Land.. Radio and Heater. ;
Paved Drive Sodded Lawn e '

scaped MCCOTTER Many More To Choose From!_: .
Plastered Walls and Ceilings tt 1'IDhj V Av. LOCATION I x s:: Homes, 3 bedroom, 2 Full Tile Bath, I t ; J

.. A
:tb+Mr ** Wksp r.. M3I, 8.4 IRtiwe (Colored) Central Heat Built-in
Water Range
City 49 J> la* Salk al the C.no ei Orb. ,

Located Between 2 Golf Courses' w/Hood, Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice of FORD Gus FaulkChevrolet

Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced.

Also F.H.A. Homes from $13,750.00 to

Geo Barley J re inC.EXCLUSIVE $14,500.00 $450.00 Down. Ready for TRADE-IN DIVISION -

8 Occupancy. 730 SOUTH WASHINGTON 7-2657 AVENUEAM


TITUSVILLE FLA. PHONE AM 7-2711 AM 7-U22 267-5437, 267-5293, 267-2802 "CENTRAL FLORIDA'S TRADINGEST DEALER" 1028 S. HOPKINS AVE. j: ;





A Community Or f. Homes In TitusvilleL $4750 W $ 101fomes restricted to 180o eq. ft. minimum.

H I ] A lOW DOWN Only 2 Miles West of UJS'1'! On Garden st COWART & CARTER, INC. :,
1 3200 Garden St. Titusville

THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY" ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267.3222 or 267.2531 i ij


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I Don't Store Left-Overs .Sell 'Em With A Classified Ad TODAY'S BEST



7HILD CARE by hour, day or NEW 1964 COLOR T.V. $359.50 FEMALE HELP WANTED
week. Indian River Heights.AM W. T, plus service. Buy Em j BUYS
OEADLINB I Day HetoroPublloaUo. 7-5766. .IS Wholesale. T.V. Service Center CLERK-TYPIST, WITH accounts RUSSELL
For. W.... M fri.! rq21H Garden St., 2673883. receivable experience preferred
U A.M eat For MOD. Publication For Sale or Rent for old established company INSURANCE
WHY BUY used appliances that Many fringe benefits. Call 267-: Inc. 122-2 adjacent lots north of
WANT AD RA.TK3I 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH screened ". has been demonstrated f or 5900 for Interview. city Each lot is slightly over
ctnti per wardMinimum porch, garage, central[ heat and months on the floor at highbprices 2001 So. Washington Ave.
I Chaff Mo airconditloning. $165 monthly 2 1 ,'5 when you can get the appliance CLERK-STENO, must have know. one acre in size and Is pricedat
months in advance. 2674576. j you want wholesale and ledge of typing and shorthand, Phone 267-6720 $2250 with $850 down and
ALLIED :.1.. In the carton with service: from a must be able to meet public ex balance at 6% over 5 years.
ADS For Rent dealer you know. T.V. Service cellent working conditions, ap- Mobile Homes
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE l/Ctnter: 2115 Garden St., 2673883. ply City Hall. 525 Palm Ave.
Except Xitabllihtd Account 126-240 acres north of Mimson
n\\.ltte4! DlipUy Rtta AnlltbU guitar. Blonde finish with
railroad frontage of good
ea K.qu..t II accessories: plus fender leather HELPER AUTOMOBILE paint end TRAILER LOT. already zoned 68
Tb. star.\ .-Advocat. rmrVM lb.artyl.a. EQUIPMENT ,< case Base guitar, list price $279; body shop Experienced and ability x 100 ft. 2" well, septic tank in, county road. Would make ex
any ad".rtIMm.Dt( nrtilnf which or rejecting It .*..mlobJ.cU..I. !Sales: Rentals Repair.Coftstrul'tlon 1 M t i guitar case list price $60; worth to prepare car for paint. only $3700 cash Don't wait, call cellent Industrial or develop.
ODeS to chub. tb. EquipmentHand \ V;1 near $350, sacrifice at $200. Excellent ing. Phone 2677506.: today, J. W. Childre Realty, 267- ment site. $750: per acre with
clanlfluUon. or Say idv rtli.m.nt Tools condition. Call Ron, 267- 2541.
from tbat ordind! to conform to MAN TO HOE Citrus trees, part 25% down.
Lb. policy et Ibis pa par. 88 E. Merritt Is. Causeway :1/0331 or 267.7135 after 7 p.m. time. 2671481. SEE THE NEW 1064.
Tbo tar-Advocata. will lot b. Days 8340-Nifihts( : 6340160STORE ()
,..poall bl. for morn than ODe la'eorrtat URmTURE 8 rooms of) fine KITCHEN HELP white, In SKYLINE 161-20 acres with 660 ft. on
apply 51 x 10, 2 bedroom, $3995.
Ineorllo nor will It b* AND OFFICE space for f furniture. I piece bedroom suite. Fried I Chicken. Route 46 near 105 interchange
Uabl. for any error la advortln. rent. See Harris Realty Inc., 7 piece dinette all only $13.81per person BUDDY
the mint coat to ef a the greater extent occupied. than 297-0413. month. Decor Furniture", 204N PLUMBERS WITH county or Titinville 50 x 10, 2 bedroom 4195. x 1320 ft. depth. High and
the Item. In tb. a.vlrtlloem.nL Magnolia Avenue, Indian lily licenses. Call Howard Fully furnished In modern decor dry at only $2000() per acre.
FOR RENT ,er City. Phone 267.7613. Myers, Southern Plumbing Company Free delivery and set up. Long 29% down, balance 15 yrs.
term bank financing.MARTIN'S
BuilaeM Offlc.-e.5 Main Slreet 'I. 267.7383.GRANTS @ 8%.
Floor Sanders. Polishers ,'
Dial I AM T-OSS1
Office Houra I:00 to 1.30: Phone AM '7.3259 r"F ; Help Wanted NEEDS salesmen for ap Authorized Skyline Dealer
I- pliance and TV department. 1224 No. U. S. 1, No. of Overpass 186-IV4 acre wooded buildingsite
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET e714v FM.M SridkM U.IM4*'old dale nnnd die Guaranteed salary plus commission Titusville 267.3081 located in Spruce Hills,

Animals Baldwin Shopping Center" "Oh, no, Gwen, I wouldn't say ALL" parents are SALESLADY or salesman ((1((1)l-ELECTROVERT)) Retired or part. health. Company insurance benefits, retirement, group TRAILER 24', 2 BEDROOMS, Mims. Paved street to prop.

ARC REGISTERED Chihuahuas, APARTMENTS FOR RENT drags and creeps ,time Public Relations type sales benefits, no experience necessary i fair shape. L. Earl Walls, 434 erty. $2750.408Trailer .
2926 South Hopkins Ave., 2C73359 .;1 and contacts, on commission ba'sis' We will train. No phone Hillcrest Avenue.
FURNISHED 2 bedroom apartment For Interview write S. Orvis : I
after I
8pm. calls Interviews from 95pm.:
For Rent For Sale 1963 14 ft. TRAVEL TRAILER. on private lot located -
washing machine and utilities Jr., P. O. Box 835, Melbourne, Apply W, T. Grants, Pirtle Plaza.
BOXER, male, fawn color, 1 year adults. 267-5857. Fla. T I --I Sleeps 4 adults, $895, can be in town. $4500 or $3700
old, ears clipped, all shots, good ROOMS FOR RENT TWIN BEDS, chest night stand, financed, 267.5196 or 267.4691. without trailer. Lot size Is 68x
with children beautiful animal, 2 BEDROOM[ FURNISHED duplex 267.0669. FEMALE HELP WANTED InstructionsREAL 100.
complete with nice doghouse: apartment. $75 monthly 267-1323.. BEDROOMS, $18 weekly or 2 men 1 1958 PACEMAKER 8 x 31. full
$35.00. AM 75646. $25 weekly, refrigerator. Near SET OF BUNK: BEDS with mat. HOUSEKEEPER and baby sitter bath, A-l condition 2676597.
FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS, close Magnolia Plaza. Call 2676633. tresses. Make offer. 2677113. wanted immediately Phone AM l ESTATE COURSES 415-100 x 130 off Old Dixie
in efficiencies 72464. Continued on Nut l Page\ Highway near Titusville air.
weekly --------
See Mrs. 4.7
$25, Davis. Tuesday
Boats For Sale rates, air conditioned 417 Julia CLEAN ROOMS for working men. S.LVERTONE ELECTRIC Guitar March 17, at Stanek port. Nicely wooded and
HAIRDRESSER TO take over fol. p.m.
Street. 2670234.) and amplifier, almost new, $95 ideally located. $3350 and
Insurance 117 Broad Bald.
lowing. Guarantee. 267.2630.NO .
complete. 261.1559.COFFEE well worth it.
FIBERGLASS CEILING Catamaran LARGE 3 BEDROOM deluxe house ROOM WITH private bath. reasonable EXPERIENCE NECESSARYto win Shopping Center. This StandsFor
apartment, walking distance to rates phone 267.2090. FREE
aluminum mast, dacron sails ENVELOPES Business Sizes
with 429-We have several
schools and Best In town with sandwiches, pie earn good Income AVON buildinglots
complete with trailer, etc. Call monthly. George shopping Barley phone$150 ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen privileges or $1 purchase. 46pm. City COSMETICS. We will train you. Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp in Port St. John. If you I
2673168. a r-Wf TV and washer. AM 7- For appointment Call 254-7840 after Quality in
; 2673622. Rexall. for mailing. Full stock at Star. are considering( building
2283 after. _:3 p.m. 6! p.m. or write Avon Manager Advocate. this area, stop in and see us. I
Building & Const. 2 BEDROOM: DUPLEX unfurnished -- --- GE MOBILE made dishwasher P. O. Box 1408, Eau Gallie, Fla.

V1DY CONSTRUCTION residentlala 1 child, $90 monthly. $25 SLEEPING cles for rent.ROOMS 801 Orange and efflcien-St 267- -$50-, good condition.-- 267-7607. RECEPTIONIST FOR doctor's office. SSpL1AT OM.ypO 549-Over 3 acres with 200 ft. I

I commercial and' remodeling damage deposit. Call 267-7586 3400.NEWLY. IMPACT WRENCH, ELECTRIC Send resume to Box D, on U.S. No. 1. Good high land _
before 11 a.m. and after 9 p.m. Call IT STANDS just Mims. Priced at
12 years in TitusvllJe Licensed I drill 2674377. Star-Advocale. 5ggrf
and bonded. Phone AVI 72326. BACHELOR TO share house. Private FURNISHED, air con 0 6 $ t 29% down, I
ditlonlng, TV Maid service, $30 PICK UP BODY CAB, for Ford 62 loUR Lgr14'UNITEDS11 II I
room with bath. Complete weekly. 2327 S. Washington) or or 63. Short wheel base. $2$. Sec.
Business OpportunitySUITABLE freedom. $75 month. 267-0748. call 287.5407 and house north of Kelly's Block INt1EH I 559-500 ft. U.S. No. 1 frontageby I
Plant, Mims.ACCORDIAN if INTEGRITYThis ES 400 ft. deep including two I
FOR small business HOUSES FOR RENT LOW rates, clean rooms. for work- corners. $5$ per ft. with !
men. 103. Call 267 6185. terms.
and home combination for rent,
2 bedroom.. 1 bath. Kitchen equip. 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED, $75 WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 2673535.bass $30. Will trade for guitar. This is the official Seal of I
pe4. 2879940. ---- 749-2 business lots in good location
monthly, adults. 267.1625. the National Association of I
STORAGE SPACE In metal building In Indian River City on
FILTERFLO. automatic washer
CampingHunting IN CITY, 2 bedroom, 1 bath home. on Nevins Court, rear of $65. 267.2261.OVERLOADED Home Builders. Only members Hopkins Avenue. Well worth I
$85 monthly. Call evenings 267. Star-Advocate building. Available 8 of the National Asso- the price of $7500.
BUY OR rent a folding tent camp 1822. now. See H. 11. Hud- new, FROST. ciation and local associations
ere sleeps 5, stove, sink, icebox. ion, at Star-Advocate. CLEAR 15 cu ft. REFRIGERA '751-320 ft. on Hopkins Avenue
Double J. Campers. 2476 OldDixie SUITABLE FOR small business TOR/FREEZER. We must move are allowed to displaythis by 1194 ft. deep. Attractively
Highway Phone 2671584. [ and home combination, 2 bed. For Sale these NOWI Come in and talk to seal: priced for use. I
room, 1 bath. Kitchen equipped. us before you buy anywhere.
2679940. SMALL UPRIGHT Home Furniture Company. Rt. 46 Alexander Construction
I3 piano completely reconditionedand Minis Fla., Phone AM '7.3565: Is the official seal of the 755-Approx. 100 ft. from ocean.
BEDROOM, 1 BATH unfurnish refinished. Terms to suit. National Association of) Real Company Two 2 bedroom apartments I
., a ed. For information call 267- KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC' ITS TIME TO FERTILIZE, compost Estate Boards. Only members and a one bedroom apartment
1252. 3 bags for $1. Nichols Poultry I Broyhill Development all completely furnished on _
2126 W. Tropic 267'6385
I Farm. Closed Saturday. 2672367J of the Association may display
I corner paved street with extra -
..3 BEDROOM, UNFURNISHED, this seal. And only those who Childre Homes Inc:.
rAKE UP bed.
Payments on two __ 50 x 100 ft. lot. Located in
near shopping center. $90 monthly room suites at $13.84. Dinette REFRIGERATORS display this seal may call themselves Cowart & Carter Inc. New Smyrna Beach Approx. ,
with to FREEZERS
option buy. Danenburg ,
suite with six chairs
$50 00. AM rentals $400 month. Pricedat
Realtors. per
Realty, 267.3858.UNFURNISHED: 76313. washers dryers (almost any WLY raADIMMIy ,.. Cozart Const. Company shown
HILDRE% make). Buy Em Wholesale plus It's safer In the end if you George M. Barley Jr., $20,000 and only.800Beautlful by appointment
W. 3 bedroom
JESS NEW ANTIQUES, ODD SIZE lots rugs, service. T.V. Service Center Jot us handle your. moving problem. Inc. Fisher Construction'.
town tiled bath central
house ,
2115 Garden
beds dressers, upright St., 2673883.
LTO' heat and airconditloning, with or kitchen chairs and tables vacuum, large Call NOW and l let vs u. Bryan-Conway & Futch Construction Co,, new 3 bedroom,
It from it ill to finiih.Expert .
: :: without range. Near Pirtle Plaza. antique chest and two sofas. ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only rang movers and modern Winstead, Inc. 2 bath home, $13,650, no down
$135 monthly 2671928. Bayview Shop, 1412 So. Wash.. 25c eacn at the Star-Advocate equipment, John Beach payment with V.A. financing.
j Associates '
n "\ IRC, 2 bedroom, like new, no small 2673940. Office Campbell Louis & Brown, Inc. '
lLJ children or pets. 267-6149. 8.8 I .I Inc. 818-4 bedroom, 2 bath home
(i' l' I p.m. J W. Childre PealtorDanenburg's Northwood Builders Inc. between Titusville and Mims.\

r", "Mi/rl1 t' 1 OFFICES FOR RENT Local & Long Distance Movers 1I DE1dITY Beach Robert Penziner Evans Bros. Westinghouse 75. Deep well kitchen and, lot water 150x

Realty softener, extra 2 room build.
OFFICE SPACE. Good location. ItAGm1oxe Ronald Moretto ing wired.
Only $14,100 with
Trailer and Sid
SpaceLot 1.2 or 3 room offices. AM 7.5728.. Moving Packing Edwards Realty $3000 down.
Builders Inc .
Tiffany :
68 x 100, zoned for trailer BEFORE YOU DECIDE See Storage .- M t:7'to22A61.1 Ed Kittles Agency Justice Homes Inc.
8' wide by 40' trailer deep this downtown Titusvtlle office Shipping 823-Central air and heat. 3
well Only $4,500 cash. Air-conditioned, heat, parking k L. B. Newman, Realtor James Trimble bedroom, 2 bath home with
Call J, W. Childre Realty $95. C. B. Davis, Realtor, Or. FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341 QK el.f Sydney Schwartz William Everman deep well, city water, car-
lando nlte-day CH 1.3336; Titus. 1 LOCAL AGENT porte, adjoining concrete floor
t AM 7-2541 ville 267-7840. BREVARD RIDGWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD M N. Weir & Son Inc. Wingate Homes for back.boat fenced in side and I

$17,900 price, $2000
FUR STOPAGE1600 N. U. S. No. 1 CRATING down $125 per month includes

SEE PUBLIC WEIGH SCALEWANTED everything. This i Is a home
OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE L "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"Conwaj you would be proud to awn

886-4 bedrooms 2 baths Flor
HOME SUBDIVISION &- ida room and patio just northof
: Minis including 100 ft.
'tUiz4leQcl frontage on U.S. No. 1 which
PhD's interested in teaching college level courses In nu"rtJctra could be sold off. A buy at
with >
$19,500 b rms.
Mathematics Business Administration, Economics, Humanities ; JIl C.

.LARGE 75' z 110' LARGE POOL ; 8 three-hour evening courses annually in Cape 887-Beautiful executive type

Kennedy area. No committee work or other adminis- i estate just 1000 ft. north of
401 South t Telephone
trative duties. j large home placed among
AM 7.2011
WATER Etc. Washington citrus groves and high oak I
Write: Resident Director P. O. Box 4393, trees. Shown by appointmentonly.
) .
Patrick AFB Florida
I 32925.

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO 1. INVESTIGATE this real ; 953-200 ft. frontage on Garden
'' house value. Three bedrooms Street which is being four
laned. Zoned for business.
y (large master bedroom Just placed on the market for
REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on 1
I. R. C AreaNew ) with two deluxe $23,700 with terms.
U.S. 1 to Mima. Continue north on US. 1 for one more V

mile to our entrance on right. For free information baths. Huge carpeted liv- RENTALSRent

call 287-5586. modern 3 and 4 bedroom homes ing room. Two air condi- with option to purchase.

F.HA. and V.A. Just completed. Pric tioning units. Efficiently 1 New 3 bedroom, 2 bath home
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! arranged kitchen with dishwasher with central heat and air conditioning
ed from $1 ,950.00 to 2000000.
in nice neighborhood.
AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK and disposal Double
I. Put Conway R. c. WI..I.... J.r.Prellet".t Rental $12500 per month with
carporte with extra large Vlce'Preold"ftt first and last month in advance.

Trade In Your Old HomeWe utility room. This home is One half price of rent if option to apply is exercised. to purchase -.

r. situated on nice beautifully t References required.

AN have ten 3 and 4 bedroom homes lot in of '
landscaped one
i ow Open under construction. Some with carportsand Titusville's prime residential c j

double garages. Priced from $18,500to h, communities. The own- i'A

i; 1945000. Builder will definitely V er is refinancing this loan t .

Chickasha Mobile Homes consider your old home on trade. Callus through the FHA at no cost I

todayl! to buyer. Price $19,900.00with

: SALES DIVISION AND LOTU. I We have new and used homes in all legal t tt
V payment.
locations. Call for an appointment toGeorge I
I t. 'Epp' 81Y1a. Art RoederR..Id.ou.l 1
B"e. H.,. aa1mmt
S. No 1 2 miles North of Minis at Rocket lee-

hl Motel Phone AM 73097. 1514 South WashingtonAM
M. Barley Inc. ? & Wild/cad
'" Open 7 days 9 A.M. until 7 P.M. i ( inc.L 7-3858
REAL ESTATE .. INSURORS WTur buyer and teller expect

: "A LOT MORE FOR A LOT LESS" 342 S. Washington Titusville 207-3622 Dial AM 72011Day, Night or Holidays and get better and faster service

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Friday, March 13, IM TltuavllleFlorldaStae( ) Advocate Pale 7--

1- Say "Good-Bye" To Unused Articles And "Welcome" To Extra CashContinued I I

From Proceedinj Page Mobile Homes Mobile Homes Plumbing Supply Real EstateMCRIFICE Real Esrato Sale or Trade I Services I
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Mobile Homes TRAILERS FOR SALE TRAILERS FOR SAL! SEPTIC TANKSof 3 bedroom. 2 bath, GUNS (repair and ammunition) done, all kinds 2G7-OG80 evenings,
2 DOUBLE LOTS, 80 by loo or Vi mile south Florida Wonder. days 267-0890.
steel-rein central make offer. 1
-of concrete heat a/c t
( single lot in Sun Valley subdivision land. Indian River Gun Shop
HOME OWNERS TINY TRAILER TOWN state-approved. Sites 540 267-1260. In Brevard County, Flor. -- T.V. SERVICE CENTER, 28T-
0..... gal., 630 gals., 735 and 1000 16 FOOT FIBERGLASS boat with 3883. Home service calls only
LIVE Ida. E. Lento. 4649 Redding St.,
MOONLANDMobile el gals Grease traps tanks porch i iI Oakland California. 800 Mercury. Will sell for cash $293 with this ad. All repairs! _
slaocnwt" 1 fenced lot, down,
Home pumped and cleaned, drain fields esrporte $1100 I or trade for pickup truck. Can guaranteed In writing for stir), .
Sales reliid. Work guaranteed Pitt manS $66 monthly. 267-3764. ATTENTION BUILDERS, 0 lots be seen' at 1022 Tropic. days
FREE Oelexaa 0".11. Tanks, Inc., Phone AM 71421. ___ I I
PRICES AND ptic as Is, $2200 each. Shady Oakssubdivision -
aehe sate (1750 DOWN 3 bedroom conditioned .
p, O. Box 2016, Titusville. storage ware 1963 FORD FAIRLANE. 8 I INCOME TAX: and bookkeeping:
SPACES PROVIDED $20 down payment and $20 a I, H.. a VMttUkna Florida. double carporte and house and small:, hogs included. with stick For sale cYllnd.r'j service: Resident 267-3316 --(
U.S,1 North of Overpass month will buy your own full r...** ?.! Italian'IM i family room. Mr. Evans. 267. Call owner. 267-596.1. Call after 6 p.m.. AM Office 2673751. H. Burgess 4 ;
Titusville 267-3693 acre mobile home lot at beautiful SM. H ,a:use P.ra Plumbing A Electrical SuppliesNew 3267. 1 INCOME TAX returns preparedt
Christmas Park. Become Now s LOCATIONSIM Smyrna Plumbing LARGE 3 BEDROOM, bath and IN SCOTTSMOOR. large lot, 100x Scrao Iron & Metals : Phone 287-3183, $3.00 't '
I your own landlord. More than .N.. I. IJJO N. DUI Inc. ",*, SJOO down $83 monthly. Call 133, $683. Large building lot, ; Associates -
130 families now reside here.Don't II"'., New .mun. n.aeh Supplies, : \Vessner Realty. 237-7123. 100 x 133 In Scottsmoor, 900. ? reliable*.
PAINTING expert ;
buy before you see for Ph. 0.114.1' CompletePlumbing KING IRON & METALS
BUILDERSWANTED yourself. Only a few lots left. fH >.. 1. S :Ml. n.r hMlmi .< and liltotrUial' Supplle GARDENDALE 3 BEDROOMhome Call Wessner Realty, 2677125. satisfying work. Estimates glad1ly .. .
at Reeket AI.ta4. Viler Systems -- Sprinkler 8yit rn 1 LOTfa-- dweil- AM 70776.
furnished. LARGE multiple Iron Steel Metals
CHRISTMAS PARK: Ph. AMl.1 Pump., PIpM Y.iv.s. rittloMCopper completely I Buying .
Pleads 32,000. Take ing or community business. $200 I
Tubing Pipes over payments INCOME TAX RETURNSby
Route SO Christmas, Florida 123tJaf Wlr .. ito)! Phone 267-3236, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. down, $35 monthly. Also can finance 4 Miles South On U.S. No. 1 telephone ..
TRAILERS fOU RENT New Beach or appointment
Phone Orlando 275-1727 Smyrna building. Inquire, 2671481. ..
"FOREST HILLSESTATES" Phone 428-2703 GARDENDALE. 3BEDROORS,3oath :\ Licensed, trained experienced} a
or $75 PER !\MONTH at Riverview Sun.Nites-Holidays 428-9923 central 1 heat and air.l Real Estate Wanted Cocoa, Florida R. W, Copeland. 267-0274. r.' :
Trailer Court, no children. Rt. 50
Small $11373 monthly.
ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT ALLEN REALTY and U.S. Hwy 1. Tltusville. Real I Estate i;,I 2676477. INTERESTED- IN- "3 bedroom ServicesBRICK SINGER sales and SEWING service. Pinking Machine shears.Co./: :;

$3000 Per Lot! Cocoa 636-3790 MOBILE HOME:\ with home like BRENTWOOD ESTATES house small equity or good buyin BLOCK and cement work. etc sharpened. Phone AM 14{ ,. .
CHAS. JANNARONE Directions 12 miles west of room added, on corner lot, very 233 FT. HIGHWAY FRONTAGE. 4 well planned models are now I new house. Titusville 2G7- Free estimates. Yergcr Construction 2244 .
Titusville Shopping Center Titusville on Highway 50 at close In on U. S. 1, $24 weekly, and partially! finished brick business open. Brentwood Estates Is minutes I 7893. AM 7-5728. (Continued On Nut Page) :
Priced at $10,500. .. ,
Christmas, Fla. Intellectuals. 2676441. I /
AM 7.3441Moving Terms PerMss Realty 2673940. V.'cit} from on Garden downtown Street.Titusville'FHA I Sale or Trade ROOFING, PAINTING, additions :
INVESTMENT or DEVELOPMENT I 1 VA, 234: bedroom homes from 3 BEDROOM, a bath, central heat guaranteed general free estimates, licen
ONE ACRE trailer space, $30 permonth 1,080 acres, high wooded $85 monthly, Includes every. and aircondltlonlng. dishwasher, sed and bonded. 2673411.
50 x 10, 1V4 BATH, $8700 Invest. beautiful land. CAPE KENNEDY thing. 267-7142 or NE 68385.
children welcome. Applyto disposal, built-in range and oven, I' quo5culh
sacrifice for
? merit $4500.267.1388or R. E. Springman 2 blocks off area. Hwy. frontage. Near new well for lawn, furnished or unfurnished INCOME TAX returns, accounting
2677021. 4 BEDROOM: 2 bath low .
I 50, Christmas Park. golf course and rapidly !growing: new for 10' wide trailer I and system service. C-F Associate :-
ON LOT, new 2 bedroom, :SO\ x 10 Patrick Air Force bate. Maps. Titusville.down payment.! Forest Nicest Hills.section In lots or acreage. Phone 207-2016. I *. 2670271. ,
TRAILER SPACES prices data. Realtor cooperation 267.35641 -- --
LOW LOW RATES I available immediately, adult Large loti. Reasonable rent. Write-call Thurmond Knight
couple. Realty Inc., phone 844-1333, Res. LUXURY LIVING new brick Chevrolet
Good transportation to Cape 9998 W Palm Beach Florida. veneer, 4 bedroom 3 tile bath,
Quality Service CALLING ALLDOCTORS FRIENDLY SHORES [ built in range and oven dishwasher -
U.S. No. I, City Limits. Edgewater. I Acreage I and disposal intercom -
Compare Our Rates | with AM and FM radio central T ;( iij ;< Tv,
Trailer Parts and Service ACREAGE, 2 blocks
BUILDERS \ oil heat and alrconditioned,
Free Estimates This property offers space for from country Club or lots with wood burning fireplace, wall to Make ;r.r. Guaranteed warranty'f
office facilities. First time ad. Nu-Way Trailer Service city sewage and water Readyto wall carpet, double car garage,

Lowest Brevard Interstate County Rates I !From vertised. We wager it will be "Your 1 Stop Supply House" build on. Call Baker 2675530. i' fully$27,300.landscaped For appointment, corner 267.lot, f f.q J.'.'yeqr:
We have it or will! get it 'I 1928.
FOGARTYBros. the last. Someone going to For Any Make or Model 63 CHEVROLET!: OC
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, built-in kit.
1201 N. Dixie New Smyrna Beach Le "Impala" 9 passeng- / J
Transfer, Inc II buy it today.HARRIS Tel. 428-3002 chen, payments $81 monthly, 229 home spacious: living room air. Friday er Station Wagon *"**
Parker Avenue Call 427-7189, conditioned! carpeted, fenced V8 Powerglide, Powersteer- .
I New Smyrna.. yard, many extras. 108 Thornton I I ,Radio and }Heater.( '
Cocoa NE 8-0713 --- -
Star AdvocateFor Ave. 267.1659.
Eau Gallie 254.3133 267.0413 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, unfurnished, "
I $400 down $25 monthly Call 267. OWNER LEAVING The 13th Biscayne 4 dr. sedan-. ,$$2095 '
-- Your 4207 after 5 p.m. Modern 2 BdRm home located !in 8 cylinder, Powergllde -.
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NEW HOMES In Forest Hills, 3 established residential area, not Trnn.mievlon Radio. Heater. -
Printing Needs!
and 4 all sod
bedroom electric
schools and town. 8 fruit trees 62 FORD XL300 2Dr. .n
A-U-C-T-I-O-N ded and and low landscaped monthly, 10 payments.Chewning % down. and old shad trees. Custom \' Automatic trans- $$2195'8. |
built home with city water and Your Lucky Day AtMcCOTTER'S mission Powersteer-
Z WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 2 P. lIr. Construction Company, sewer. In addition there Is an Ing,, Radio and Heater.
o I attached lot facing USI for business ''
.... 1M'Right.nusInen to lndtan Lot River N.d., Fill oa U.S. Hwy 1 with RiparIan ,> LARGE 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, double or Investment. FHA or 62 pala CHEVROLET Convertible, $2395'$ ;
Eo! Properly next door on south ekle S.a-Zoo Marine Lite and c:: REAL ESTATELICENSE beautiful woodedlot conventional financing. Shown by werglide
across LY.P. I 1 Florida Wnnderland Attrsetlone; in Whispering Hills. 1429 Oak appointment only. W. J. Smith, VII Radio and Heater -
U Only % mile south let..ol'w: fA and New U.S.: 1 In heal of n.a Terrace. 267-1933.: Realtor phone 267-3311 ,
: Oaleway= to the Noon. $icknes" forces owner y SCHOOLStart
ror.:; y.ge': -
auction without reserve' Auctloo sign on -
.oi: property t ? r. this Tuesday 7 P. M. pala 2 Door sss! $$2295 ...
Term. 20'7;\ down at aucllol1.GRISSOM.KEMP
p Coupe, V8, t'1fUde
attend first
session as our guest.
AUCTION CO. Z 1964 PONTIAC T G/P $$4195Low transmission, Radio and' "R

"25 YEARS OF PHONE SELLING.24.0954 EXPERIENCE" COLLEGE Low Miles Loaded Plus Factory Air. 62 CHEVROLET -
1528 S. Wash. Ave..(U.S. 1) le "Bel Air" 2 Door Sedan -$$169

I ', AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION "I'I 267-HC1 \ 19631/2 FORD GAX $6$ % Air,Conditioning 6 cylinder Radio. -

NEW HOMES REMODELING ROOMS "390" 4 On The Floor Local Owner. 81 FORD "flalaxfe' fCOf :
FREE ESTIMATES & PLANS door Sport Coupe $ oJ-

Stop and See the Advantages of CHEWNING CONSTRUCTION 1963 PONTIAC 4 DOOR $$2595Extra and Fordomatlc heater., Power Transmission Steering Radio ... a t

Clean Air Conditioned.'

Lakefront EstatesTITUSVILLE'S 1962 TEMPEST LEMANS $$1495Bucket

Seats Automatic. UNa1NtIIDwAaaA *


A WONDERFUL FEELING Automatic Bucket Seats.
63 PONTIAC Tempest

1962 STUDEBAKER V.8 $$1195Air Ible"Lemans", V8, Automatic convert-$$2495
when you put yourself In our hands. :
3 BEDROOMS 1 1'/i' BATHS Whether you're house hunting, selling, or M -" Conditioned. Transmission Radio and Heater, Power Steering
both-your Interests are OUR Interests!

1961 FORD GAX $$1395V8 Ton 81 CHEVROLET$1195$
Our background of experience Is extensive
4$300 Per Month and Is ready to serve ,
$ $79.38 you. Sat.'I'
I '
12 6 0 0 Including P. A I.
DOWN 24 Year Mortgage isfied clients hIVe made our reputation. illi iliiili!r..: Convertible. 60 FORD "Falrlane"VI. $$895
; 4 door sedan,
So why not come In and put your Real Fordomatie ,. .
Estate problems "In our hands? 1961 FALCON WAGON $$1195Leather "
61 BUICK LaSabre 2
Check These 11 Interior Nice, I .1 I croon' sedan. Automa'Jo -S$1695 .
Campbell Associates Inc, I Transmission YoWfrstffrlng -
Radio and Heater i
Realtors 1962 V-W DELUXE $$1395Vinyl .
QualityFeatures 58 FORD Ranch Wa- i
11TUSYI 210 S. Washington 267-7323 Interior. gon V8, 4 door Ford- $$595 I'
ooJ omatlc Transmission

: 1960 CORVAIR 4 DOOR $$499 60 Radio PONTIAC and Heater. ;:

Built-in Range and Oven v III e", .4 "Bonne1595 i .
in ColorsMica Rough and Ready. top Hydramatlc TransmUsion. '
Air Conditioning,

.. White C'Terrazzo Floors e J +1 Westwood Manor 1962 FORD 1 1/2 TON $1395 Radio Powcrsteerlng and Heater., Power Brakes,. :

r Extra Nice. CHEVROLET Impala :
Ducted Central Heat 61 .4 door Sport Se- $1695- .

Full Tile Baths Choice of Colors I W Old Dixie Highway dan Powerglide
P E : Transmission. Powersteerlng
Paved Drive Sodded Lawn Land. ? Radio and Heater .
I- I
scaped Mu : Many More To_Choose %! .
Brick Homes 3 bedroom 2 Full Tile Bath M'COTTER .
Plastered Walls and Ceilings .IDtA LOCATIONS I ..

City Water ,'4. .e Wbp.vs.. r ,. C., cehk"' (Colored) Central Heat, Built-in Range

Located Between 2 Golf CoursesGeo.M. w/Hood, Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice of FORD Gus FaulkChevrolet

Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced.

Also FH.A Homes from $13,750.00 to

Barley J Jr. Inc. $14,500.00 $450.00 Down. Ready for TRADE-IN DIVISION -

8 Occupancy. 730 SOUTH WASHINGTON 7-2657 AVENUEAM 'ate'USED


TirUSVILLE, FLA. PHONE AM 7-2711 AM 74422 267-5437, 267-5293, 267-2802 "CENTRAL FLORIDA'S TRADING DEALER" 1028 S. HOPKINS AVE. ;


FOR : .

PAYMENT (n f $15,000 TO $19,000 :


A Community Of f. Homes In TitusvilleOnly $475ot0$68501tomearestrlctedtol800eq.ftmnimum! f

F H A LOW PAYMENT DOWN 2 Miles West of U.SJ1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER, INC. :

3200 Garden St., Titusville
THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY/ ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 or 267-2531 :

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IN' Til, COUNTY J('IXiK'M: O'lla .U'l'LIC.\TIJ MOT1CE 101 UIU IN Till t IKfllT tOlMC OF TIn: each week for four Block lfl; Lot 21 and 22 Block
A.. FOR HHh\.tKU Suit T.I.. Staled bile received by ,I & ts, week la the Tltuavllle eon.o"utv. 18; Lot Block 22 Lot 19and
41 Itt > rv, .\. Notice I I. .1.It.11llr II.r.Advo' 2J ;
I Classified AdsContinued REIEI'ATE t'Lo.tl.IN uereuy .lvD mat bolder th. Orchard Luuniy Hoard of .& >1> b.a.\IU ,uJ1', 30, ; Lota 81 and 82.
: 2.
of las Hale No. ul uua County Commlaaionera at the CourtHouse a.ORIt>..t.tMA.NCk.RY.
\1..lc.l. cale.Dat.1 thIs 26 day of February, Block 28; Lola 6, 7. 8, 43 and
OF JOSEPH L. BPALL.Deceaaed. .* oiu uay A.i>. Itni Baa la 'illuivllle. Florida, unll .> NO. 57111)NOtICE 41 Block M: Lute 45 and 46
died came in my office and baa .::4o o'clock.am. March 11, 1W> frlb. TO Uk.th..XU (Court l.aU) Block 31); All In TITUSVILLE .
NOTI'1 TO CKBDITUHa mad, avpllcatiuu for. tax deed 1010.111'! MIAMI B .AiH 8AVINUa Curtla R. Barne b.lnl 8UBDIVISHouln -
All cr.dlo. of the Gatate of tkeiun nod paid or redeemedall on rubber Urea front AND IIUI1AI ', Clerk of Circuit Court ION t th' of tha SE
From Preceeding Page Joaeph .. Ipall. d coca..9, are b.r. ouiatanulng City taxn .... end loauer with not Ide Iban luu a *Ural Having .nt. Loaa.Aieoc- Brevard County, FloridaBy of Section f "TownshIp
V Wanted To Rent by notified required to> file any by the city .1.lnl the land b.. h.p. 4iMl engine, 4 wheel drive, 4 latlou xltlng the law of I K. C. Ru..1 Hangs 85 East; and i
clalma 1 or demand which they may luafter ...crue. Bald cerlfl.a.mDr. lovo x M Una or larger, etanoardbucktl toe United anale of America. Feb. 28, Mar. 8, 1 :0 Fri.) 11)64.) the NE i* of the NE Vi of
Services have agalnal aald eatate I lo the of .. the following to b* not lei tuan 2 oubla PlaIntiff V tion 6, Township 22 South,
fice of the County Judge, Bravard real estate In City of Tnuavilia' :t yard d.A.E. rated. Weight of machine Va IS Tit: UK'I.T (01 KT Tit Rang 85 East as per plat thereof .
COUPLE DESIRES furnished County, Tltuavllla, Florida within iu-varu County, Florida, lo will not .than :.U pound JOHN r. BLACK and LORAIN .St.lii.i.L ticotti'r recorded In Plat Book 3,
FREE LP bottled (8 installation home. Monthly alx calendar montba from the dale i.ul T, Oiled :, Plat' of Tltu'''' I Ike Board r.. toe right to Hu.i-t.iN BLACK, ola wife, .\I.'rl ._1\\10 tot Nit:, page 72 of the publIc of
209 N. U. S. No. 1. Tituivtlle apartment or uf the flrat publication of thlanotice. yUle Section Towoahlp reject) any and all bid. k/a LOKAlM U. \A UILD.Dund.nt., p LONIU tIN County, record.
U. lrv.rt
basis. Call 267.341. Each claim or demand muat Hang ao All blue to be marked on outilde .. tlll.SCKHY >O. I1H.I3GENEKAL .
Suburban Propane Gas Service be la writing and to the plat thereof LESS and EXCEPT the follow
feuat atate the A.curdlnl oh of .nvloieBid for ront and TO: lOIN r. BLACK
267-6411. GARAGE, SINGLE or double for place or realdence and pout office (II (( of toe Clerk of tit* loader" .* UaknowD CURPVK CUNFERINCI lug ueacribed property released
addreea of the claimant. and mull Circuit Court, Plat Page I JOE H. VV1CKHAM.CHAIKMAN YOU ARE HEREBY SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTU by Partial Kelease of Mor..a.
for several b ookol' NOTIFIED
private workshop dated the AltO day of
tu IJ. Publlo
.worn to by the claimant, bla BravarQ D"'e
thai a rellgloua corporation
PAINTING a uu to OffIcial
a Atorigagu 11168 and recorded
months. 2675674. or attorney or I will be void according County, Florida! unleu the CIty( UOARU OF COUNTY baa been filed frclo. In organised under the law
you toe Record Book 81', 177, pub.
to law. Clem la paid aufflulent page
DECORATINGand Dated thla 4th day of February. redeem pattI certificate amount and tax to COMMlStllONCRaBHEVARD COUNTY, above Court. : b) 1& .bl. namedO'iuIOLil of Dlatrlcl the Unt.d S.le., for. the lie record of Brevard County,
.,UTI't rOH HID, 1064. llena and all code according to law. FLORIDA property caught lo beforeclosed Florida: From the 8 "< cornerof

Staled be received b) ., Gladyi I. Oadln.rOlad tne prop.r, de."rlbd tnerell wll Mar. 8, 13. (Frl.) 1964.IX Lot IK, Block I. a* F follow, Section: K-l IlaluUf. Sec. 81. Twp. 21 South, Range
the Brevard County board I. Gardiner. Admlnli- be at the CHEVOIT HlLLa'ESTATEa 35 East, run North 89 del 23mln.
PAPERHANGINGC. County Cummluloar at the Court tratrlx of the Eetale of Joaeph office of the City Clerk i In the City INC. a enisling 20 ..0. Ful. the
Houae Tlluavllie Florida, up until L. 8pal. deceaaed H.I In City of Tilunile. Florida, TIIEiatIlTt'OLitttYTilEl94'l5l : recorded accorulng to plat In.rufa. under corpor.Uol, the Slat of South line of Sec, 31. a dU-
In PUt
II. Frlzzell 11:45: A.M.. March IK, 19 4. for the Feb. 21 ,2. ,. 6. 13 IFrl) 1964. be.llnial al : In the JtUUIAL tIKClir, I.N Page 24, PublIc 10.k lOrevad 14-, Florida I, et al., Cf lance North 0 of U 34. mln.feet, thence
deg. 40
(ullowlnn: E.I.rl Standard Time on .% M lo tVR UHhVAHU OtMTV, Defendants sea. West
1120 Johnson St 27-374 Minimum of 24 car. (approximately lye TUB CIRCUIT COIKT OF TMKMVMI the heat Monday In tIe month of tLOKIU.k. IN CIt.A94CLU94, YOU County ARE ,KEyUlRED Florida file NOTItti OF Silt Ml feet for the point of beginnlng -
IOtA) cubic yarde) sand- J11ULIAL IN April l4, which I I. tb* Bib ef M. .ia.UI. to said point being on the
NEED YOUR TREES trimmed or clay loaded on car. at snipping, AMI >UK CIK.IIT.( ', April 18H4.DATED. d.l.< FR 1 l It. MacDONALD, your Court Anawer aDd with the Clerk of the TO: it. LOWEN8TEIN SON*. North right-of-way line of
Hand-clay to the 101'luwl'l rl.OHIIIA THIS 10 serve a copy upon the INC.. a corporation exlallng Graden run thence
cut? Experienced and capable point. meet 28th day of F0- Plaintiff, Ilreel.
Plaintlfle Altorneyo. bREED A under the lawe Stats
requirement; 1> lll.tNCICHV >0. t7HJ ruary 1044. .v.. of the .r North 0 .. mln. 40 .'0.
tree trimmer. Call Ronald Green.' passing hove al..- 10 tOTICEbOtfOViN Maigaret Cooper HtLE.V G. NA'IHANtOH. Ill South W..bIDI' New York with Its principal Weal 150 t.el. thence North I
MaclOALD. .. FlorIda nut place of business al 3746 Leo
halfih No.4. U. deg. mln. 20 sec. Eait
City Clerk
City of Tltuavlll
26774.Used No. lU.1 11:018' PlaIntiff FlorIdaCEALO TO: 1ICUEN O. MacDONALD later tb.1 Apri 0. 1IN>4. If you all to nard Street, Borough ot Man- feel :the P. C. of a 1.2
Nu. 1111.1 v. ( Canada do *o, a .pro c.nh..o will be halt an, Nw York Cliy New the lef. ba a radius of 2t>64..

Cars & Trucks No. 41460.211.1 ELVIRA BENQI8T March 6. 13, SO, 27 (Frl.) 1064.IV a..tr.,ODlalo.addreia entered agalnat you for the relict York. 83 and"Inl Intersection angl
No. Defendant ..Idr...: m.IDI demanded I In the Complaint.WITNESS You are hereby notified that a of 6 deg. 81 mln. 45 aec., thence

62 excellent No. C.. 22.1. TO: ELVIRA DENOI8T P.O. Box 730, Exeter, Ontario my hand and seal of lull In equity been broughtCorporation Easterly along the arc of said
CORVETE. condition NO. 100 6.0 P. O. Box 1U3 Canada) aid Court al Urevtnl County, tHe agalnit you by ::er.vnU.t. curve 303.09 feet. thence South
$2950 fuel in H Clay U Ft. Bumner. New Mexico TiE flKtllT COIHT Or TH'I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 6th day of March, 1U64. of 'enV'llb- Adganlaed 7 d.. 06 mln. 25 lee East lio
jection. Alerb.r. llmlu plaatlo Index non- You are hereby notified that a 11'1 JLloccI.I. cluictir. 1NI YOI cult for divorce bar been (COURT SEAL) .. a rellgloua corporation or' f..t the North rllhl.of-w.
267.11. Complaint for iJlvorce boa been OK UHkVAHU CULlTr, I broogllt agalnet you by FICED K.Ma061ONALD Curtis K. Barnea under the law. of the line of Garden Street thence

58 MERCURY 2-door, new paint The Board reaervea the right to filed agalnal you, and you are required t .'. In the Circuit Courtof Clerk of Circuit Court LnUed State for the District of Weaterly) along the aro of a
nice and clean. reject any .nO all bide. to lervt a copy of your An. tllA.NCKHY MO. 57796rottTl'E Ibo Nlnll Judicial Circuit. l In and By Settle Hall Columbia, In tha Circuit Court, curve to the rilb. having a radlu .
Reasonable call All bide to b. marked outalde awer or Pleading lo the Complaint : or BUT X for County, Florida and Deputy Clerk Ninth Judicial Circuit. In and for ) of 2814.98 r.el and an Inter-
267-2693. of envelope "bid for aanu-clay'on on lb. Platntiff'e' attorney John A. JESSIE McKlNNEY, ',' you are hereby aummoned, ordered Mar. 6. 13, 2u. 21 (Frl.) 1B64 Brevard County. Florida and you section angl of 6 de,. 81 mln.
JOB H. WICKHAM.lHAIKMAH Need 478 Ballard VrIV. Ecu Gaul.. Plalotif( and requIred to file your written are hereby, aummoned. ordered and 45 )ec. a distance of H30.78 feel
SACRIFICE '81 Corvalr 700, equity Florida, and file the original An v.. '' or defenae to the complaint required to fIle your written answer to the P. T. of old curve,
and take over COUNTY awer or Pleading In the office of JOHN W. McKINNEY, anew.b..ln agalnat you In the above NOTICE fOK llll>* or defenses lo the complaint fled thence South 89 deg. 25 mln. 30
payments. 267S398 1iIAKD I u' the Clerk of Circuit Court on orbefore Deendanl ted cause In the office ot the Sealed bide .l b* received by the herein against you In the above 10*. Vent 64.22 foot to the point
after 4 p.m. COMMIIIONEIUIlUV CUUNTY. the Sib day of AprIl 1IM4. TO: JOHN W. McKINNUV. whoa Clerk of the Court I In and Biavard Board of County titled cause. In the office of thc ot beginning.
AKl If you fall to do ao. Judgment by lam known residence las for HrevarJ Circul, Brevard County C'ommlaftoner at the Court HouaeIn Clerk of the Circuit Court In and ALSO LESS and EXCEPT the

U61 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE convertible Mar. tf, 13 (*'rl.) 1961.NUfKK default will be tak enagolna I you RFD Hyde Park CourthouK. Tltuavlll, Florida, on Tltuavllle, Florida, until *::45 fur Brsvard County, Forida. at hi. following deacrlbed ro-
3-way power, low mileage for the relief demanded In the Hodge, South Carolina or before the ttth day of April, 1044, o clock ..m, ""rcb ID, 11M>4, for the office, Florida In the Court on or before the Tltuvllle 1st.- leased by Partial propel Keleaa of
in beautiful Com taint.OCOUNT NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN and to aerve a copy of eucn anaweror following! Mortgage the 2ulh day of
condition Inside SEAL) that detente FLOYD V. One (U uaeJ S to I ton ,eel wheel day of April. 114. and to serve acopy d.let
OF AI'I'l.lfAriON a Complaint for Divorce upon HULL, February, and recorded In
and out. Can be seen anytime bolt TAX ItfcKII CURTIS R. BARNE8 been (lied againat by .. JR., Plaintiff Attorney, wboae tandem roller wltb 4 cylinder cue of .ucb or defeoooaupon Official I Reoord Book 82, page
at 517 Park Ave., priced to sell Notice I. hereby Riven that holderof Clerk of Circuit Court 1'Ulntlff In the above)styled Cout addren I I. 1IMO Bayvlew Drive Fort engine, torque, converter hydraulic I Thomas L.. Henderson, plaintiffs \ 179 public record of Brevard

quick. Tax Hale Cerll.lcaie No. 165 lutued By: V, 8. Scantier DC and you are hereby to Lauilerdale. Florida, 33304. on or before leerlnl. aprlnkler capacity not le.. la 302 attorney South herein, who.- Address County, .Florida: Begin at a
the tflh day of June 1UK1 baa Mar. 6. 13, 20, 27 I Frl.) 1IMI. cerve a copy or your .nawer ..ndpleadln. Bald date aa required b, the ) gallon, dual control, Tltuavllle, Florida Washington, Avenue, polnl 1505.75 feel North 1 deg. 18mln.
1956 PONTIAC fled lame In my A.l. baa upon the Plaintiff attorney law of the State of Florida and rolling width not Ieee than CO Inche Isle on or betor.laid 84 etc. Weat and 83 feet
f good running con eppllcatlon oflc. aDt deed NOTICE or APPLICATIONFOR *, KELLEY HTROUD MARiON the 19S4 Florida Rul.of Civil Pro Tb. Board reaervea the right to Florida a* .re.ulr.d by of North 89 d.,. 10 mln. 24 see
dition, fairly clean, with alrconditioning thereon and baa paid or redeemedall TAX IIII P. O. Box hid, Eau.Uallle, e.dur. It you to do aO. a Deere reject any and all bid). Florida Rulea of Eaat of the SW corner of the
$295. 287-4357. oulatandlnar City taxea .....d Nolle la hereby Mary .Florida and (lie the original anawer Fro Canfeaao will b* enteredagalnat -I bloc to be marked on out- Civi, Pro.dur.Pro If Confeno you fall will to do NW "Cu of the SE Is of the SW
by the City acalnat the land. here T. Nirbota bolder o. lax certIfIcate or office of the you for the relief demanded of envelope "Bid for taDdemrulur" Pcre. be >, of Section 81 Townahlp 21
leafIer No. 134 I..u.d the Slut day of May fllnJlrllltbeC::: In the entered a..II.1 you for the relief
Clerk complaint.
flELPI Private owner forced to duacribed. Bald certificateembracea Tltuivllie South, Range 85 Eaat run thenceNorth
A.P. lOt?. baa filed earn. 10 my ot"fi'e WITNESS hand Clerk of H. WICKHAU, Complaint.The
the deacrlbed Florida on or before the 30 my a. 89 deg. 10 mln. 24 aeo.
sell very clean 57 Buick by real eatate In folowlnl and b.. mad application for a flay of March, If you fall to do aid Circuit Court of CHAIRMAN name of the court In which East, 847 feet theme North 1
194. U..rldnll thl. suit ha been Instituted I. .
2/1/6. Make offer. Bre.rl County. Florida. Tluall. tax deed to be I..uel thereon. Bald ao, a Decree Confeiio will be : Florida, and VIW* BOARD OF COUNTY Court Ninth Judicial Circuit deg. 18 mln. 84 ."0. Weal U.07
287774.US wil Circuit
and South >/, of .._. 4. certificate th* allowing taken a.alot you for the relief de u at Brevard COMMI8S1ONKH3BREVAKD Brevard County feet, thence South 88 deg. 4
CHRYSLER $ 1956 Ply- Shuck 7, Mead .Allen Bubdlvla- deacrlbed property In the Countyof man tb* Complaint. Florida, on the 6th day of COUNTY. abbreviated title Forida. .nt the mln. 26 eeu. West 847.04 ( ,
S; Ion. Unction 8. Townihlp 22, Brevard. Stale ot Florid, to-wlti: ThIs notice shall be .." 1964 FIORIPA Is thence South 1 18 mln. 81
$; 1954 Old.mobe convertible Itanae 85. LotlMlk,0, once a week for four ((4) publ.he CRT SEAL) Mar. I'rl.) 1964. General Conference Corporation of ceo East 45.92 ( del.to lbs pointof

A.cortlDI to the plat thereof on Read Allen fund of W'i! W week In the Tltuavllle Star-Advo. CURTIS R. BARNES Clerk Seventh-Day Adventlst. under a rehigiouncorporation beginning Containing 0.96
( of RK that lice In Del Grant Calm Tltuavllle. ef Court orl..I.ed the
of the Clerk of the Florida. Circul IN law of the acre*.
1>59 FORD Circuit Court Flat Heo. 1 '1'. 23 8. R. 86 E. and ORDERED a Hall TIU rKITI tot KT OF TICK 11.1. for the
pickup FBOO. Phone Hook 2. Fane 20. lONE I In Cham- ) D.rl. ? 1 tIKClIT eth'Yi.IIiOII't District of Columbia, -vs- Chevolt ALSO LESS and EXCEPT the
Public Recorde Tb. ian...ment of tbe aald Clerk l'Jll'I\
of property
Brevard County till
267-2845 noon weekday Florida! unleaa the City Clerk I.paid I. under the iota certificate laauedt'nleaa flay of February, 'Iorda. 2 FLOYD V. HULL JR. EelS HH ;> Hill Estate*, I Ino., a corporationexisting following by deacrlbed Partial properly Release released ofMortgage
VAKK OL'.NTV IN under the law of the
a aufflclent amount to redeem wu In the bam. of Hav", CURTIS R. BARNES Attorney roe CII.tMt.RY lal.
Cbarl. dated
1956 H1WI1.X of Florida. the 12 day of
BLACK Ford, t door hardtop, aald certificate and tax tune and llcoat. *uld< be redeemed Clerk of the Clroul Court 11)40 Hayvlew. Drl. : TICK KOK You are further notified that the 1969 and recorded In
3 speed floor shift, $175 .according to law the property according to law the property B H. C. Fort 33304 1.111.\TlN AUIUO.. Record Book
AAL nature of said Is 224
278.'a9 deacrlbed therein will be anld lo the dewrlbed therein will be cold ) Deputy CI.rl Mar 6, 13, 20, 3 (Fri.) 1064.IV Nw York corporation CO. INC. a mortgage given.ul the to for.co.e a 538, publlo record of Brevard page
blcheet bidder to the Dig-heat bidder at the court Court
CHEVROLET. at the office of the Seal) recorded
dor.' auto- City Clerk In the City Hall In City houae door at 1:0: o'clock noon on Feb. 28. Mar. 6. 13, (Fri.) 1064. Plaintiffv. 88 In Official Record. Book County, Florida: From the BK
transmission 2 page 324 publlo of Bre of Ibe SW l of the SW
of Tlluavllie. Florida beginning at the tInt the month ot rourd. oorne .
1:00: ) o'clock In the afternoon Kaalern( Apri. A.D. 1M4, which la th* 6 day Til tlKClIT tOlKT or Tile THE FRANKLIN NATIONAL, yard County upon the fol 4 Section 81, Township 21
JIDUIAL ('I lltLIT, IAD l 194 lowing describe property! South, Range 35 BrevardCounty
EQUITY: IN 1903 Chevrolet Standard A.D. 1964.Datad BANK OF Eul
the LONG
on drat
con. Monday a nat
In the Tim. thl day of Feb. A.D. ?OTICK OF AI'I'MCATIO.VFOR t'OI IKKO toLNTt. ILANP. PARCEL 1: Al SE ', of the .Florida 1 deg.
lonal "
vertible. Can be 1W4, which la 1. et aiDefendant.
teen at second the 8th day of Apri 11HJ4. TAX blEED 'allll NW % and H of BW H ofHectlon 35 mln. 63 sec. Wet along th.

house north of Kely'. Blot DATED THIS Ztith 114., of February Curtla It. Barne NotIce I I. hereby given that holder Chancery No. 26,217 To: THK FRANKLIN NATIONAL. 81. Townshln 21 Crouth. KBMI Hna of .Id I ., -H ,
Plant in Mime IM4.Marmret. Clerk of Circuit Court of Tax Sale Certificate No. 47 l..ud DOROTHY MAT1LDA BUCKLER. BANK OF LONG 1 ISLAND Rang 35 East. CODI.-IDlnl I line a dl.tirc.of 657 feet, thencego
more or
the 6th of 04 mln. 08
Cooper Brevard day June A.D. list ha* I banking oulI
Florida corporation
: City Clerk city of ( County, (lied came In my her v. PI.lotlt .". PARCEL 2: N II of (a. SW H Welt of 83 feel to the
Tltuavllle Court ofti.
Magnolia Motor Co; FloridaHEAL i .IClroul_. __ Iel.. ,.,. mad .pplcallol 'Dt ae'J i LAMBERt AMRHEIN and FLOR Franklin. nempto.ournp'ke Square Long Island of the SW V,. Weat I acrea of NE corner of the present Disposal .
fntrrnatoOI P rve"tr>r Trucks ( ) t" .v. ( paid or red.emt I bla wife and Now York the NW W ot the SE W of the Plant Site and, which point

_. March 6, 13. 20 27 (Frl. IMt.I 94(0Tl'it OF APPLICATION all oulalandlng City taxea .d I RICHARD AMRHEIN and DEVA' BANK NEW BW and North 110 feel of N la the point of beginning of the
O\UIU f-VVlltei .rve FOR TAX by the City agalnat the landa here AMKHElir hi. wife, et al CHEM1CAI COMPANY H of the a t lb of the SW i of property to be Included In thu.description .
Sales Part Service) Nolle la hereby given It.t.1. holderof inafter deacrlbed. Bald certificate I New York banking corporation tbe SWk, Section 81 Townahlp ; thence continuing
IM)3) Rt. 40 I: Til('1 IKCl'IT ('OlKr OK Tit, Tax Sal Certificate No. 17:1: laaued embrace the following de.crlb I JOTIa: or (U\ItM"l Deed.Dt t.K' 52nd Street Madison Avenue 21 South, Rang 85 Eaal. LESS South 19 deg. 04 mln. 08 aec.
I.nlll'IHlllr.. the 61h day 01 Juno AD 1661 ham real estate In City ot ''lluolo. .La 1'"uaIO NUT New York, New York and EXCEPT land descrIbed Indeed West a distance of 30 fee I
New Smyrna BeachTownsend AMI FOH UHLtAKU t-OLPT lame In my office and hu Brevard County, Florida, : la hr.b that the THE MEADOW BROOK NATIONAL recorded In Official Record thence North 1 deg. .
1R 41U .LONI"\ fed application for a tax deed Mouth 10 feet of North 1111 fee*!: unuenlgned, BANK. Book 13, lodge 602, and ccdeecribed aeo. Weat a dlatance of lid eel:
1.1 I'M tlfrJKY Pa 0. tTMOIKr thereon and baa paid or redeemed of Eaat 100 feet NH o( KV* of hereto, under and by C.mml..loler. a national banking association I In corrective deed recorded thence North 89 deg. 04 mln. U
Parts- > : bleat Fl Ml.lf.tTlOX all outitandlnv City taxea aaaeaaed 1 17 acrea of Government Lot 1, Court' Order entered In the above Ave. of the America In Official R.corl Book eeo. Eait a dlatance of Sot ( e ;
Auto WAINK O / } by the City ...''n.t the landa, hereinafter aa de.crlbel In Official Record. cauae dlroUn. .. of the property tJ York. New York 14. page 812 and thence South 1 deg. 85 mln.1 62.tec.
Newer Used Parts J1.lnUf deacrlbed. Said certificateembrace P.le 1116, tl"rlbed. will offer fur GERALD OJtSECK LEsS and EXCEPT land drc'cribed Eaat a dlatance of Ito fet
vs. the following deacrlbed Acoording the plat thereof en sale, and pUbl. auction to 2 Park Ave. In deed recorded In OfCtilal to the point of b..lnnlnl of the
Top Prices Paid For K08EMARIE CUNNINGHAM real asIde In City of Tltuavllle, file In the office of the Clerk or the the hlgheat and b..1 for caah New York New York Record Book 31, pa.1 171, property to b* In tbla

Wrecked & Burned Cars Defendant Brevard County Florida, to will: Circuit Court Plat Book _, Page at the Eaat ( door the Brevllle JEREMIAH 8. GUTMAN public record of BrevardCounty. description.ALSO .
TOt ROSEMAfllE CUNNINGHAM Lot 8, Block b, Road Alien Public Recorda of Ilrevard Yard County C'oertbouae o In Tllu.. 3 RI..rvle" Place Florida, ami. LESS an< EXCEPT the
Prf' Statewide Teletype Service Ito; HJ1.0u..vl. Kubrilrlalon (faction 8. Townablp' County, Florida! unleaa the City Pranced County. Florida on H.tn ga-on-tue-H udaon LESS and EXCEPT land described following described property released
S. Hwy No. 1 N. 6 Miles .. New York 22. Rang Si. Clerk I. paid a aufflclenl amount to Monday, March 30 1W>4. at 13:00: York In parcels numbeied 1 and b Partial Release of
Titusville 1IEKEUY GIVEN According to the plat thereof on redeem cold cerlflcate and tax lion Noon, IB* following I deacrlbed prop" IhADOWUROOK NATION. 3. deacrlbed as follows: Mortgage)dated the mh day of
:- 26735 that a Complaint/ for Divorce haa file In the office of the Clark of the and all coats according to law the lily situate In Brcvard County, AI IANK. llcgln at the SW corner o( the Apri. 11 and recorded In Of tic-
been fllod, against you In the above. Circuit Court Plat Honk 2. Page 20( property deacrlbed therein I will be Florida to-wlt: D.Uo"al 0 kl n. association NW of tOe SB of the SW Hook 589. page 206,
Wanted To BuyV entitled Court by WAYNE U. 1JNNINOHASI. Publlo Record of Brevard County. cold to the hIghest bidder al I the of LOl nineteen (19)) and twenty 60' Went Hemi>.leail. Avo. >4 of Section 81, Township 21 public record of BrevardCounly
Plaintiff (ID the abovelyled Florida! imle.a the City Clerk I. lice of the City Clerk In the City In Section nine ((9)), Town. West Hemp.lad. Long Island South Rang 36 Eaal. and run Florida! Begin at a
cauae; and you are hereby paid a iufflctent amount to redeem Hall I In City of Tltuavllle, Florida. nip twenty-nine ((2. 801ib. New North 1 cleg. 18 ml,. 34 aeu. point on the Weal line of the SE
AUTOMOBILES, Lily Auto Ordered and directed to file yourappearance saId certificate and tax lleni and all beginning at 1:0: clock In tb Range thirty-seven ) LEO BLANK West along the 40 acre lln* a 't of Section 81, TownshIp. 21
AM an..er or other pl..d. coot a.eordlnl lo law the property afternoon ". Standard Together with the building and 1 Wln.lo. Place dlatanc o? 13 5.75 feet; :thence South Range 35 Eaat altuated200.0U
73.Want loge to aald Complaint either peraonally de.crild therein will be aold on the flrat Monday In the month Of Improvement situate thereon. .lb York North 89 deg. 10 mln. 24 *ec.Eaat feet North 01 deg. 09 mln.
or by In the Of- to the bidder at the office of April 1U64, which la the 6th day of Bald property will be cold subject S. POLLACK parallel to the North lbs 65 eec. Weet from th. SW corner
To Trade five of the Clerk rrl.e:above-styled the City Clerk II the City Hall In April 1981. I to valid llena ot record. SOS Vrl.l.nt Ave. of the BE l u of th* 8Wi of said of laid SE 4"; run thence
Court or by lervlng an ...wer on City of Tltuavllle, Florida, brglnnlna: DATED THIS 26th day of February The above deacrlbsd property, together Jersey Section Ii. 8KU.O feet! thence North 01 deg. O mln. 55 sec.
O. E. Pit:.. Plaintiff attorney, al LOt: o'clock In the afternoon m4. with all of the tenement, CEDRIC J. JANIEN and South 1 d... 18 mln. 84 eeo. East West along .alt Weat line of
818 FT. U. S. 19 98 frontage, over wb .. adilresa, la P. O. Box 2158, Eaatern: Standard, Time on the ftrtt Margaret Cooper berdl.menl) and appurtenanceaappertaining JANIEN, hi. wit parallel to the West line of th. SE L 4 a of 769.379 (feel:
8 acres trade for Brevard Fatellita 10."b. Urev.rd County, Monday In the month of April 11)64 City Clerk City of Tltuavllle. or In eoywice 416 E. 50th Street Eaat of the SWV 848.8:1: tel thence North 88 deg. 50 mln. 05
acreage or lots. nor Florida, before tb* 23 which ,la the 8th day of Apri 19114.! Florida will be aold at said New York. New York 10 the North line of the SEU aeo. East a distance of 75.0IK
March, 14, otherwise ,d'o' DATED: THIS JtHh day February (REAL) ale In purtuanc of laid Order You ar* hereby notified that a the ttVV'i' : thence South 81) deg. feet; thence North 01 deg. 09
plaint will b taken ." 1S84. March 6, 13 20, 27 (Frl.) 1W4.IN subject to confirmation of cold aal complaint for foreclosure of montage 10 mln. 21 Hoc. Weal along laid mln. 56 cec. West a dlatanc* of
NOTICE TO ( HF.I: >ITOHl4 you and cacao ahull proceed Margaret Cooper by the Court. haa been lied against you In lln. 54>.''t feet; thence South 1IM.9U3 feet; thence North 89deg.
V Mr. William (Bill) W..t volun to final hearIng City Clerk City ot Dated at Tlu.vle. Brevard re' the following deacrlbed properly) 1 deg. IK mln 24 ."0. Eaat 8Sd.l6 23 mln. 2O stc. East a distance
tartly separated Mmself from Mar- (Court Seal) Florida Tl'ulle. l'IKClIT County, Florida, day of Government L.nla 2,, 8 and 4. theSE feet; thence South Sit) deg. 25 of 6U1.200 fel; thence
f..rd Electric Ino. on February It1'Mit. Curtla R. Barnei (SEAL) Tit JtUHIlL HT OF '/t lebru.l. 1964. '. of the KB the NE'4 of mln. 20 aec. West 305.08 feet to a North OU deg. 84 4 arc
A. ot this date we are no Clara of Clicuit Court Maron 6. 13. 21)). 2(frl.) 16O4.IN AMI' FOR \ ( II'IH. : eDaid Myera the BB V, and the 8E'' of the point 25.0 feet Eaat of the Weat Welt a distance of fe.t
longer responsible for In Indubtod- By! V. a. Bpangler l'OJXT\ a George Barley NE *.. all In Section Town- lIne of the East H of the SW thence North 89 d... 26 .
e.u Incurred I by him. ) Deputy Circuit Court Clerk Tit fIRC'l IT IOI RT I UF Tit la.I.IKIO.\t'lianrery >.. a/ J. Paul Conway Ill. South, Rang 37 Eaat; >4 of Section 81. Township 21 eeo. Eaat a distance of 4119.460feet
Morford ElKolrtu Inc. Feb. 21. 14. Mar. 6. 12 (Frl.) 11MJ4.JHUIKK M JIUKI.IL tlKtllr NO IKK TO hEll:ObFEND Feb. 23 Mar 6, 13 2(Frl.) 1M4.I.N : Government Lota 1 and 2: South, Range 33 Eut; thane ; thence South 00 deg. 8

Hy T. H. I'rui. t.OKIIN .' I KK) IIHE- LINDA G. NORRIS In Section 27 TownshIp 26 Mouth 1 ileg. 18 84 sec. mln. 40 aec. Eaat a dlatanc
March it. 13 ( /lurford.) UF At'Pl.lC.bl'tOP TY. r,.1 K ) \. South Range 17 Eaat: lying and East parallel to said West line 105.01)0) feet; thence North 89 deg.
114. "UK TAX DEED l.\ tith94tLilh U. .M: va Plaintiff belnl IB Urevard County, Flor of the End of the 8W'' of 25 mln. 20 eo. East a distance
Notice I. hereby given that holderof NOTITK TO .\frH WILLIAM J. TIN tlHCllr tOLHT or Tit SectIon II' of 6.216 feet; thence South 00
Tit CIHCl IT COl HT Or THE Tax Bale Certificate No. 81 laaueddeed JOHANNA UOROTHKA UI.AKK. NORR1 %I. JLUUIVL tlUClir, aDd th.t you are requIred to cerve Range 30 ',,'b12I feet:; deg. 84 mln. 40 aeo. East a distance -

Jllllfl.M. IKttIT <>t the 61b day of June A.P. 1061 bat Plaintiff.H"ARUII TO: WILLIAM J. D.fndaDI .b94L. fruit. IK&\KI (OLoLb, a copy of your answer to auch complaint thence South 89 53 of 15.0 f.ell| thence
M.OHIIIl. l I. .\ Ions Witt-; Wed .m. In my offIce and hoc You WILLIAM NOR'UI. ( LUHlll.l.CIIAMKHV on the plalntlffa attorney .eo. West 25.0 feet of South 89 d. mln. 2 "0
I \ AMU I (H' !TY.IK I made application for. lax ULAKE hereby are >O. 1.1 SEYMOUR KAPLAN whose address beginning, (containing 2D.O Went a dlatance of .( feet:
tlmnrerv ... I1M.* thereon and ha. paId or rde.medal Defendant. COMPLAINT for thai A 111 of >urlll 1( Ut.t..NO la 1810 Congreas. buildIng, Miami acre), ALSO the Eaat 10.0 fpet thence South 00 dvg. 84 mln. 4
"ril.t in. i> .rKM> outatandlni City taxea aaaeaned TO: HARRia PLAiCE lied Divorce been JOHN i>. MacAkTJL 32 Florida, and lie the original of the South 2110.0( feet of the aec Eaat a dlatanc of 115.0
HUTU MATHIH the City aialnat the land. here aildreaa and maldenc against lo you and you are required PI.lntf. answer In the office of the Clerk of NE L4 of the SW t. of Section feet; thenc North 89 d.l.
fUlntlff.FOY matter duacrlbed. Bald certificateembracea unknown .rv. a copy of your anewer -. "" the Circul Court on or before the 81, Township 21 South Range mln. 2o ..0. Eaat a of
... the following deacrlbed You are hereby notified that a or to pleading lo the 11 of Complaint HAVEN GREEN DEVELOPMENT 8th April. 1964. 35 East. 46.345 feet; thence South 00 deg.

MATHI8, real Mtate in 1:11 ycr'1itaviiI.. hill of Complaint fpr Divorce baa O. E. PITTS the p.PlalnUt. attorney COMPANY, et al., Dated at Tltuavllln. Florida this PARCEL 8: Th SW of tie 84 mln. 41) ..0. East a distance of
Defendant Unvard County .Florida to will been filed agalnal you and you are bite 24M. 8alel- Detnt.DI.. 51 h day of March 1964. Nt S. the Weo H of the 185.000 feel; thence Mould 89
TOJ TOY MATHI8RE.SIUKNCK Lota 19, 20, 21 and, Zl, lock to, required I to e rv. a copy of your Beach 'Ia. and lie the originalanawer TO: Republic National (COURT SKAL: ) Section lt. Townahlp 21 deg. 25 mln. 2') aec. Weat a dla
NOTICE III IIKRKUV OIVEN Itobblna A Graham Addition herein, on the Plaintiff before the 7lh the Circuit Court on or '111"ral.oD. l>allaa 22 Texaa, Court therefrom the right-of-way of South 11 deg. 44 mln. 42 sec.
that a Complaint for Divorce baa Hectlon 4. Townahlp 22, Range US Attorney Lloyd A. Smith 135 Canal If day of April 11161. aadtuvl By Bertie HallDeputy Florida Stale Highway 1408.eonl.'nlnl ( Eat a distance of 529.275 feet
bean lied ..aln, "l you by the PlainUK According the plat thereof on Blrett. New Hmyrna 1."h. Florida default you fal to uo oo. Judgment by ) M.le" Supply Co., Ino.. Clerk 12u* acrea. LEI and to a point on the Northerly
In the above i vied Court, and tile In the office of the Clerk of the and file your .. orpleudlogn for the wi be taken against you A Georgia CorJor"loD. Mar. (, 13. 211. 27 (Frl.) 1U63. EXCEPT land aa d In right-of-way of Garden Street
) you are hereby required to serve a ('Iul Court. Flat lluok 1, Page IT. In the office of the Clerkof Complaint. demanded In cold Tbonilvllle. recorded In Official Rec (State, Road No. 4MB 100 R/W)
copy o( your ANSWER or pleadingsnu Recorda of Urevard County the Clr.ul Court Brevard This notice You are hereby notified thata leet Book 14, page 318 publlo laid point also being a point on
WILLIAM!) GBILICH. P. O. l.r.lal! unleaa the City Clerk la County, Tluvllo. Florida on or once week.h.1 be publlataed complaint to lured ocea certain IN THI rlHllIT COl'KT OF THE record of Brevard County.Florida. a curve concave to the NW having
BOX SI*. MBLIIUl'HNK.; FLORIDAAttorney aufflclent amount, to redeem before of April. 14. week .cl the four coiiaecuilv* mortgage and for a declaratory da- Sib JllllCIAL ('.NCl'l. 1 INAM a radius ot 2496.640 feetl
for the PI.lnUf. and fit. coOl uirliricai ami ten .,eaeda it If you all to do ). Judgment by Tlluavlllo 1'Uu.vlh. Bur-Advocate ""8 .eternlnl.1 a conlroveray I) rOH "\\ :T', P"RCILAI All of Block t: thence from a tangent bearing
the original the Of- ooata according to law the propertyV Default will:: be taken agalnat you DoBrevard. and .. ,I. fOI"wID. described property, FLORIDA Inclusive, Lot It of South 74 deg. 48 mix 88 seo.Wat .
Cca' of the Clerk of the Circuit described therein will be V for the relief demanded In the Bill vrdor.d ID Titueville"thii 10.' I 11 iHlNCKHY Ne). 178 t4 to 87 Inclusive, Lot 4 to 60 Inclusive. run along tha arc of ald
Court, Tltuivllle, Hrevsrd County higheat htdder .t the office of the of Complaint. Del"t thl 4lh day of day of March lOft tlorld., 61b All Ihoao certain iOta, piece or SOlaCE or et.l'CLUCILLE Block, 4: Block 6; curve 29J.780 feet through a central
Florida, nn or before: the Tth day of, City Clerk ID the CIty hiall In City M.r"h. A.D., 111. Court Heal parade *( land altuat. lying and BRADDOCK BUNCH All Block 6: Al Block 7: All angle of 6 deg. 44 mln. 81ec.
Apri. 1MI. If you fall da ... a of TIlueville, .Iorlda. begtootng .1 L (SEAL) ( Curtla)R. Ilarne blol In Brevard County, Flor- Plaintiff Block 8: Lot to 2 Inc.. Blocka to the SE corner of property
Pro Confeieo will be takengalnat 1:110: o'clok In Keetere ('URTlt HARNEg. Clerk more particulardeacrlbed! ; Lola 1 to 24 ., Lots to described In Official Record
you for the relief demanded Standard Time. on the firat MondayIn V ( the Circul CDlrt of Circuit. Court a. followaiLota CHARLES EDWARD BUNCH.HI. 60 Inc.. Block 10: Lola 5 3 25 Book 500. peg 165. Brevard
In Urn Complaint. the month of Apri 14, which lathe llrtvard by ler. Hall 1 through 33, Block Si: Lot belr a law, legateea, devlaees, lao. Lois 23 lo 44 Inc.. Block : County public record; thenc
WITNESS my hand. and official 6th day of Apri 11H14. Bertie Hal) 6 U Clerk 1 through II. Block 4; Lota 1 gceutees. any other person Lola 1 to 24 Inc.. Lot 27 to 1 from a tangent bearing of South
Peel at Tltuavllle. Florida, tbla Sit DATED THIS day, of February ) Ma. ill. 27 lh'rt.i IDdl.NoriCK thruugn 2. Block I.; Lota 1 claiming under Chart Edward Inc.. Block 12; Lola 34 and 27 6 81 deg. 33 mln. 09 seo. Went run
day of March. 11MI4. Mar 6, 1.2. 27 (Frl.) 1964.J.OIM through Block ; Lota 1 Bunch 84 Inc.. Block 13: Lota 3 to lii> North 18 deg. 06 mln. 09 ace
(COURT SEAL llt Maria ret Cooper : through 26, Block 7.; Lots 1 Defendants Inc.. Lots IS to 19 Inc., 33 West a dlatance of 150.863 feet
('URTII R. TIAIiNKCf: City Clerk City of Tlluavllie, K: UF APPLICATION tOK\'I'lf.\TUX. througn 21. Illock I.; Lola 1 ItT TITLI 42 Ino. Block ; Lots L. 20 to the NE corner of caLl Olclal -
ClKCfIT COt'flT Florida tOH TAX UKKII la hereby It..U. through 2., Block t.; and Lou 1 In the Name of Florida loon Lot 23. Lota 1 28 lo 46 Ino. Recorda Book 5UO. page 166:
V Beril KailDeputy IKEAUMarch Notice I. hereby given that holderof of NDU"lax Bale holder through I Block 10: ol HAVEN Toi Charles Edward Bunch hIs Block 18; 2 to 41 Ino.. Block aald corner being on a curve
) Clerk 6. 13. SIt :Krl.) 19i4. Tax Tale Certificate No. 4 laaued the 6th CeUI".1 No. 11] laeuud GNEUN PINEWOOD SECTION heir at law legateea, devisee, IS: Lota 2 to 49 Inc., Block 20; concave to the NW having a
Mar. 6, 13. 30. 27 (Frl.I ) HW4.Motirr the Ith day of June A.D. mi filed uay In A H. toot : a lubdlvlalon of the grantees, or any other person Lot t lo 49 Inc. Block Lot radius ot 22911.522! feet and a
___'__ !(ITU't Tit rnr.niroMM mod canoe In my office and. hue mad aame my office .nt fcauthweail ot Section In.Towaahlp claiming/ under Charle Edward 2 to 2] In*.. Lot 24 to:11 Inc.. central angle of itS deg. 48 mla.
or API-MI-ATION Mr. WII.m (HIM)) Weal voluntarily mad applo.loa fur a lax deed thereon application and baa for at deeu South. Hang 38 Bunch, LoU 3 to 49 Inc.. Block 3: Lute 23 sec:; thence from a tangent
ION T\\ IIKKII .' .I.d hlmaeK from Mor- Iher.ol paid or redeemed all paid or r.deemel East, Brevard County, Florida.according And tel All unklowl ttpouae of 5 10 Inc.. Lot 2* to 46 inc., bearing of South 82 deg. 36 mln.
Nol. I. hereby, given that Mary ford Inc. on February 28 outatandlng City taxea aaaraaedby ty oUI.lanlUnl City late* .a"e ; to the 11.tberof recorded cold above l.m.d natural dd.nd..nl. Lot 2 and 4B, Block 23: Lo1 (8 eo. West run 302.4=8 feet
holder of tax certificate 1M4.! Aa of thin date we are no 4 the City igalnit the landa, hereinafter inafter (1' .10.1 thai here IK Plat ... to 24 Ino. Block 24: All of Block long the arc et said curv* and
No. 168 Issued the 29ln> day of May longer reeponilbla for any Indebted-- deecrlbed. Bald certificate ""ued. Said certificateembrace 101, rubble Recorda of Brevtril le: All Parllea claiming Inter- 25; Lot 1 te Ino., Lou S3 to along the North line of said
AD. 1D58. hat filed same In my office no,. I Incurred by him. embrace the following deecrlbed the following deacrtb.dreal County, Florida. ... '", through. under or ...inat 61) Ino., Block I: tote 1 to 3 Inc., O. R. Book Boo, nag 165; thence
I and baa ,mad application (ot Morfonl. Electric Inc.Uy real eitate In City of Tltuavllle, estate In City ef Tltuavllle, baa bees In.1 agaInst you and you ahoy. named natural defend. Lute to 43 Ino., Lot 48 to 6O South 89 deg. 25 mln. 20 eec
a tax deed tohe Issued thereon. Unlit T. II. Morford.. I're. Brevard County, Florida to wit: 1..rd Coun.y. h ,,0.1... to wit: ar* required le aerve copy ot your onto not "nowa 10 b. deed or alIve. Inc., : Lot 1 to lIne.. Wed a dlstsnce of 206.701 feet
certift cat.embraee e the followlndeacrlbed March II. 1 I IW-FI) 1MI. I.ola 6 and I. Block "U". DixIe\l Block ID. of Tltua. anawer or pleading OaI I tbe complainton And te: Al Parties Having or Blol 2 Inc.. Lot 41 te 1 to the point of beginning eon-,

property In the Coun'r of Height. Section J. Townahlp 31, vle. Section 36 8, Townahlp 22. the plaintiff Attorney. Will- Claiming have .0,rl.bl till 01 '.ot., Block 28; All of Blo,1 : lamIng 1966 acres more or less.It .
lire vent, Slat of Florida to-wltl: Rang 38According lam .Oelllch. 44 Grant Place P. InUreat U and to Lot 1 10 4 hc, Lot inc.. U hereby ordered that this
I.otIOBlk I te the Plat thereof on file According to the plat thereof on O. (18. Melbourne Florida and deacrlbed property eltuale In Bre Lot 47 to 50 Inc., Block 80; Lot order aol nntlm shall b* publlahed
Read Allen lubi) of tVft W file In Oho offleo of the Clerk of th.Circuit In the office of the Clerk of Ibo file the orltInal Anawer or PleadingIn yard Caunly. Florida, ta-wlt! 1 to B I so.. Lute 8 to Ino.. once a week for four ((4) eonaeeutlve -
of HR.that Ito. In l Pel Grant Court Plat Bonk 3 Page 44. Circuit Court, Plat Hook 1, Pag I the office of the Clerk of the Commencing at a point 39: ft. 22 to 43 110. Lots :to Inc.. weeka In the Tltuavllle Star-
Deleapln Grant Public, Record. of Brvvard County to 12 PublIc Recorda of Brevard ( Iroult Court. Bravard County west ot the NE corner of SE Block II' All of Block 5; All Advocate a newspaper publlnheel laTltnavllle.
Bee. i T. 22 a. R. E. aIM Old 1 Florida : tinleae the City Clerk I I' County Clerk Florida: unl.. the Cllj ConrthouM, Tltuavlll, ForIda. on quarter of Beetles 1. T 27 S, In TITITSV1LLB HEIGHTS Brevard County. Florida,,
Tbe aeeeaament of n eaM nmportyunder paid a .utl'l.nl amount to deem Is paid a sufficient amount lo or before the T day of 114. I Range 87 E, thence couth 1 SUBDIVISION of RE '. of KBH and having a genera I rireulatlon l lBrev.M In
sold 'I t to. llena and all redeem ..Id certIfIcate and tax i'eai' ft. to a point thence
the acid cerltflca'o liaued: waIn fall 10 Judgment fa east 31 Township 21 South. County Florida.
the name of Gq,,. Moore. code according law. the prOD'.rlv and all coata according to law the )01. wIll BW taken .aln.t you for ft. thence go north 1 ft. thencego l.t"I. Eaat. and NE li of WITNR.4S my band aa Clerk ot
.1,: .Unless laid I certificate I ehall b. re i deacrlbed thrrela will bo aol') properly described therein "II beaolo the. relief d.m.adl U the ComPlThla Weal to point beginning.. NE S 1 Section 6, Township 32SnUb acid Circuit Court of BrevariCountv.
deemed acaordlnf to taw. the pronerty lo tOe blghfai bidder al the nCfI"e ., to the hlgheat. bidder theoffIce You. and Each of You are noti Raag 88 Cast as plattedIn Florida, and the seal of the
; described therein will be soM a" th* City Clerk In the City H.l In of the City Clerk In the CIty nolle*' shall .publ.he once ted thai a suit to quiet title to the Plat Book 3, pag 72. publIc mid Court at Titusville. Brevsritrnnntv.
'to the highest bidder "l the courtheuee 1 City or TIlu.vllU. Florida, h"llnnlo..t In City of Tltuavllle, Florida .... ..1; for eonlull.. described property ha* been record of Brevard fountr. Fli"***, on the 25th day oCFenruaev.
beginning at 1:00: o'clock In the weeka Star-Advocate, Tltuavllle, filed against you and hereAnswer 11 4.
r door at 13Of: a'l-lnck anon o" 1:00: o'c.1 In the a"ernMI afternoon you Florida. LESS aid pxCErrmightofway : .
the Monday.In. the month ofApril. Eaalvrn: Time, nn the flrat E.I.r. Ilaodar Time, FID *. by required to-cerve a copy of your for Slat Road f4 (COVP' FAI.>
I tnt. 1S64. la the t day i1 Monday In the month of April 10114. on .I drat Monday 1 fit <)N AND ORDERED al Tltuevllle. te the Complaint on th. 6. through! aald property cuhJect (rt'RTI! R. BARNES
( -* 6f ApriL 1W4..Ic. which la the day ef 1M4. April I IM4.m4. which I Ii the 6th. day -of Florida, \bl. eta day of March. Plaintiffs attorney. Jobs A. Reed to r..ulcton. reeervatloeeasd Clerk Circuit Court
A.n 111 471 Ballaril
vie Dated day of Feb. A.D A' DATED JBlb Apri IMt. Drive Can Q.llle. For of record. Tlrevard County, Florida
day February .a.ment.
"There's one thing that can 1944.' PATEl THIS 2Slh day ot Feb CubIc R. ParolesClerk Ida. and lie the original la and also Lot 40 In Block 17. In By: Fettle Hall
".U8" Curtis R. Circuit Court flee el the Clerk of the CI.ul acid T1TVSVILLE HEIGHTS Denutv Clerk
Barnes be
said. in favor of Margaret Cooper
statues for Margaret Cooper
Florida Court before
Brevard County. on or the 30
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Clerk of Circuit!
I I'lty City of Tltuavlll
'v Pnun'y. Cnurt politician*-(hey keep their Florida City Clerk City ef Tltuavllle,. By Kettle Hall March. 1M4: etherwla the allegation PARCEL 4-R: Lot 24 to ft Alt 0mev fey Plaintiff

.c ( J."ar ) mnutriA shut." '-A,., hEAL( ) Deputy ClerkJrVrAikn. ) of aald Complaint will betubes In.. PlotS (II: L.t 26 sad) 27, lee Smith, Washington Avenue

Feb. M, U.'r'; \ : I 1X'. ,! t Ii' t' Murelr I. 13. 20 27 ) a* ... Block 1; Lola : t. 23 Ine. Tltusvllle. Florida
Itt' 1!C. (CFrtO !l. ) ::)1 :trm ML This notIce shall b* published once Block 1; Lots 2 to 34 Inc. Fob. 28. Mar. 6. 1.1. 20 (FrU 1964.

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