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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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84th_Year No. 35 5c Per Copy Titusville. Florida Friday. March 20. 1964 22 Paues Today ..a'4'. I'ublishc-d.) Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays .
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Sidewalks "Stop" OrcVer PlacedOn


"Must BeIncluded"

r School Work With

County Commission V I Ice- t No Building PermitsAn

Chairman Lee Wenner yesterday
Introduced a resolution before the
official county board that will
have an Important bearing onresidents apparent lack of communication permit on the job, although the and recommended changes: to blanket legislative: act coveredall
and developers of Bre sal between the Brevard PUnning firm had hem notified!I it net-del! Lrmx( the school( up to (lie j.tatul. construction in the clunt""Indurling ,
vwid County. and Zoning Board and the the permit aril! of the county building\ \ coilc the school construction
Board of Public Instruction hat I'eavy said yesterday that the The contractor continued to jobs," he said. "Apparently they
VVrnner, in his resolution re, caused a stop work order to be contractor "refuses to come in Ignore our inspection reports have taken the position that they
commended that Brevard County placed on a $561,750 school and obtain a permit saying!! the and sail, that Snpt Djrclen told\( do not come under this act, !but j'
Commissioners. require sidewalks .. ck" construction project school 1 board told l him he did not nun to do MI." legally: we have the right to put a
in all county subdivisions in the The school, Audubon Elementary have to l'omplylth county regulations I'ea\y told lire coinmiiftinn the stop order on the work if it f,
future and his resolution received on Merritt Inland( is duo to because the board come county would, hear the burnt dt doom' meet! the building code,*'

unanimous support from open the first of September for tinder a special legislative act, criticism if (tno bmlilmg was the allot'ney advised the coinmls
the board. the new school year. coveting: school construction faulty after (construction! "We hion.

The resolution would, however, .+ The County Commission ordered jobs" can l IJr i ritici/cd if! anything hup- Commissioner Gus Faulk snap.
exempt those subdivisions pending I O D. Peaty to place the stop Peaty further staled (hat the l pen to (hit' buildinc: ho ijil I ped iiiekly| "Stop it (the construction -
; which have already received work order yesterday after I'eavy zoning board had /Inspedc1 I pointing out the count' s resonsllilit )' )!"

county plat approval and which reported the failure of the con, new school site on It'\e > In the latter!\ After the board authorized
have the red stamp of approval tractor Settacasi-Chillura of ant occasions and found m ncr, Leon Stromevcr commission I'cuvy to put a stop work order

bthe county engineer, Jack i e Tampa, to take out a building ous deficiencies in construction attorney, told the board that a (.n the construction site, which:
Grcevcrn 3WIf was put up approximately 2::30p
FORMAL ROSE GARDEN Roses in will have its grand opening all next week. ,m yesterday! the action wan

( the resolution, Wenner said, many colors are blooming in this formal This rose garden is just one of the many A criticized by assistant superintendent
"I recommend that the county re colonial rose garden at the New Indian features of the newest structure in Indian or schools, Tommy Smith.

quire sidewalks In all subdivisions River branch of First Federal Savings and River Plaza. -S-A( Plw to). sti "That school is supposed to
to be constructed Brevard Loan Association of Titusville. The branch t open Sept. 1," he said, "and it

dedicated and included in plats -- it will delay the opening. After
and performance bonds as are Geo. Douglass construction, there has to be
the streets presently accepted." Enrollment tome time for the board to officially -
f Inspect the building beforeit
Commissioner Gus Faulk add "
can oll'n10( added.
ed. And trailer subdivisions not Is CandidateFor
According to Smith, the eon-\
excepted, which also( won 4
tract, under which the school is
proval of the board. Continues built, calls for the contractor to
Some discussion arose, after an "comply with all regulation,
Injection by engineer Jack Gree- rrt specifications and fees whldi
George W Douglass of Merritt "
ver concerning the draining t may
ditches! which, in many cases, run Island qualified Monday March g s "This means," Smith added
parallel to the streets. He pointed o e Trend UpEnrollment 18, as a Democratic candidate "the contractor must comply
out' Wenner's suggestion that for the office 'of Supervisor of with building permits as reqiilrqi

all streets have sidewalks to be Registration for Brevard County by the county. This Is the responsibility
constructed on the extreme In. figures for the pubic Douglass, a native Floridian of the contractor, not
side of the light,of.way would $ Aw schools of Brevard show there born in Madison County,, had the school) boaid. The school
create problems when all or most were 7153 more students attend..., I lived. in Brevard County for board( docs not take out building
all of the right-of.way was taken 'ng schools as of the end of the tight t and one-half years. He has! permits, '-
by these ditches. esa.A. a sixth month this year than last. bi'KO' employedin; the, t missile'
HAPPY ''our Democratic this good to interested
"The FOURSOME -- ing news an sup In answer to I'eary's charge
figure list total of
propellent section Pan American
Wenner told the engineer that students now) enrolled comparedto of officials are shown earlier thin week as porter while Tax Collector J, D Nash Sr? that the school board In the past
the ditches must be placed where 33,233 a Airways since 1956. they enjoyed the news that they had no and Tax Assessor Clark Maxwell (>standing > has failed to comply on numerous

they! will not Interfere with the Mrs:. Barbara. Johnston This is an year increase ago. ot 21.5 per Following his appointment opponents: to face in either the Democratic ) and County Judge Virgil B Conkling occasions with Inspection notices
sidewalks, because he felt the cent. the Brevaid: County Democratic Primary or General Election this year (seated) look on. Others' unopposed are of building deficiencies, Paul
side walks were just as Importantas Barbara JohnstonIs Executive Committee in 1961, he thus practically assuring them each another Small Claims Court Judge Cecil Rosier Krone, school board architect
the drainage ditches. He put North Brevard schools have was elected to the Committee in four-year term in office. Clerk Cur and Court of Record Judge Tom Waddell ind Smith both Genied ever receiving -

the responsibility on the county shown the greatest percentage 1902 Prior to moving to Bre tis Barnes is shown on the telephone, giv _(SeA Photo). notices' of said deficiencies .
engineer as to the problems of CandidateFor increase in the year 23,4 percent vard he lIen'ed'oll this committee by Peavy.
sidewalks vs drainage ditches This is an increase of 1.205 in Duval County for five years. "I have been with the school
Officials Receive
when the question arises. students from 5,523 a year ago to He is a charter: member of Hospital r A board one year," !Krone advised,
6818 now.Central the Central Brevard Democratic "and have never been told ot
The sidewalks must be at least SupervisorMrs. Association and active in Its any infractions of' building codes.
four west wide, reinforced with Brevard schools showed program of work He is active in Further Assurance Of Funds If I had, been so advised, I wouli
btcct or wire mesh.He's Barbara Johnston of a 22.8 per cent gain, Increasing: have checked into
the King Street Baptist Church, It and seen
Cocoa Beach filed Tuesday as aJkpublican 2C56,<<; students from 11,594 last Cocoa, Assurance of $1,219,300 in Cutter, another board member, that t these infractions were remedied. -

candidate for the office year to 14250 this year. Douglasj holds a Marine En- Hill.Burton Federal Funds for had conferred: In Atlanta earlier ."

LookingFor of Supervisor of Registra School in the South Beach area Cicci|! License which he has the expansion of Jess Parrish this week with Housing and And In answer to Stromtyer's

tion. (Patrick AFB and south) Incriav maintained for 33 years and it Memorial Hospital was given Hume- Finance Agency offices statement that. he (the attorney)
Mrs. Johnston said, "I sin fora cj 21.6 per cent, gaining 922 new in his words "has' helped me two members of the local board In regard to a grant from this had, written a letter to Darden

AlabamaCar water voter turnout and students from 4,2fi3:! a )'C1f a-50 to gain a better understanding of by officials in Tallahassee ear agenl'Y. asking to see the act which covers I
plHje: that I will take two big :3,183 this year. administrative functions her this week. "We have win working closely the school board not coin-

steps to get it, the first step is lie fluted "An extensive studyof with Harry Lindsey of the plying with county regulation,
And Man to make registration easier by South Brevard schools showed the election laws pertaining to Art Woitham, hospital board Inca) 11 UFA office and the conr"rl'ncf' Smith said, "It In not up to us
bringing!! the books to the voters the lowest per cent increase 192 the U mostimportant vif-chairman and head of the in Atlanta was u fur Y (the board) to tell Mr. Stronieyer
registration voters
Manager H rshel Thompson of ; Second, I will operate the per cent on) a gain of 2282, students und I have made this building! committee, said that thcitinio of this prior work A rf what the law Is; he should knowhimself"
from 11,873 to H.133.
the Co-Op Gas Station, south of office for the voter's convenience study to better prepare myself to thin 10101VIS given to the final figure on this grant wilt .

I,: 50 on U S 1 is probably a and on a nonpartisan Camparative figures for North serve the of lice. I believe that board 1111 a final ligure an soon be announced," Wortham Hal Oren. supervisor of maintenance
Utfr' man this morning basis. Working closely with Brevard schools arc as follows: increased registration and voter increase of $313500 over the said : for the school board, toll
U county officials, 1 propose. to Bayview Elementary 4N5 /last puiticipation will more original) j grant of $900,000. He pointed out that the two .. l.i the Star.Advocate last night the
Last night, Thompson stoppedby carry out the intent of the Flo- 'year, 407 this year. in 'fuUjhaiaec."I cause: "W,'.." natutaily very happy grants, coupled wilh the $1.8 act, mentioned by Darden( covered
the station about 9 p.m. to .rids Election Law." Coquina Elementary 0 last respect 1 will about the increase, which means: million local bond issue, will en- Harry W (Wally) Hintlbrlnfl construction by school boarl
ate how things were operating year, 709 this year (school was everything possible that more of the project can be :Able the hoKpitul board to complete personnel only and "I'm lure
Ik-fcre he lelt, he noticed a hammer Mrs Johnston has lived In to get every' citizen registered! by "
opened) new this year). completed, Wortham pointed the entire structure, ex H.W.HasselbringEnters that Is what Mr. Darden was retuning -
and several boxes laying Brevard County since 1949 She organizing the office to give
Minis Elementary 531 last out cept for finishing the top two to", Olsen said.
c.icle. the sa.rf In the small is a charter member of the >ou the service you deserve; UM lie pointed out that' construction .
714 this
)eu, year lie also said that he and H A patient floors.
hultillll): and picked the hummer Cocoa Beach Women's) Republican Riverview Elementary: G94 last every piactical l method to make CountyCommission by school board personnel did

up, saying to an employee, Club and a member of Bre- year, 801 this year tie privilege of registering a not have to be (covered by a
This doesn't belong here" vard's Republican Executive Whispering Hills Elementary pleasure. ; let the public know of Mrs. Leah Re building permit according to a

left and, finding he Committee.' She was the Cocoa 718 last year, 856 this' year changes that t will effect the votCM Conley Appointed Race ruling of the attorney general.
Thompson Death campaign: manager for Parkway inior High 1,073 last ; arrange:; to have a deputy But, thh does not rover contractors
had Ut his glasses, retutned ut branch court- Mrs. Leah Conley yesterday tho commission, would serve as
Cur- .
Congressman Edward J year 1.353: this year. every They must have build. .
about 53 minutes: later and upon wan ,appointed to a five. an advisor\ to the Industrial com W. (Wally) lUisclbring
ney in 19Q2:! Also as Precinct Titusville High 1,152 lat year. (.oust* at regular. intervals and i year Harry ing permits," he itided.
found the station term member of the board mission, accorc'lng!' to Mulrlrew'splan. of .
arriving, 22 Committeewoman. she has 1,048 this year modernize the functIOns of the at a of the Inillaa River City area School board chairman, Robert
.cark: Upon investigation, ho been' active in county Republican Ciiylcr Elementary 230 last iiiice: to speed up registration of Jess Parriith Memorial Hos Titu'iville has qualified as a Hudson also denied ever having
found( hie employee, Robert Aidruun. affairs during the last ten year, 246 this year methods I will >stand> readyto pital. ,The reappointment was "This would better serve the candidate for County ComrnliMontr seen or heard:! of any complaintsfrom
of 335 fiey Maderla Dr., recommended by Commissioner future Industrial! growth of tho District 1, on the Republican
*: all the
)'ear,. Andrew J Gibson 588 lau year, cooperate w m civic toning board at any
in his
with $90 In Gus Faulk. county, Muldrew stated
:riissm.i. along ticket. board
676 this yearNormandy groups or organisations; meetings
She is a member of the League '
cJj>h and 20 cartons of cigarettes. School 0 last year, Mrs Conley, an original member motion. )[ If.tntlll, ; a native of lilt- Peaty said that the board was
('f Women Voters, and of Muldrew at
Depaflmcnf of the board of directors of Also proposed! by ,
He called the Sheriffs 13 this ( school, this where he In the Inconsistent In its with
year new noH was construction policies
St. David's Episcopal Church, Set the of the Grant Grange,
Bayview request t
;, and fret Larson! incstigat year). the hospital, has served! one flie- business for several the toning board.!
and has served on the Cocoa term is the authorizing of a county
<'d. Larson>> found that Since last there have been year "It littlu
\ year years, has been a resident of gets a fuzzy. he said,
Muldrew said
Beach Zoning Board. She attend The board originally called the historical>> society
tic suspect had also tried: to some changes which would "Sometimes they took out b'Iil-I.
Florida for four and of
this would "a long way" to. : years
ed the Connecticut College fur For Carnival North Brevard Hospital Board:!, go
e.np open the safe, but had probably Women. some of the variations in Is in its sixth ward preservation! of county records Titusvlllu for two years log permits, other times th-
been interrupted byThompson's figures. The 9th grade wiu mt,ud year. took permits out after we fang'''t
arrival at 9. In 1953 Mrs. Johnston lost her out of Titusville High to Parkway .; The big 8.y.le.. Elementary Other members of the heart and other Important data for A builci' r, he is employed by with them and other time they
husband who was in the Civil Junior High Sixth; grades School Spring Carnival' are, chairman Mrs Needham W generations.: to come. Eroyhill Development( Corp. 1101 refused to take out the permit.
Alderman is reported to be Service lit Patrick. She raised were moved from Parkway back il bringing! the Capo Canaveral Bryan: Lyle Duff R ,\, Cotter The board also approved a resolution served three years In the Air On the construction of Brfvard
a'S4 Pontiac: sedan with her two children by a Henry Goethe and Art Wortham by Commissioner Gus Force during World War II.
driving! running into elementary schools. Clown Club here t. Junior College they took) I o< t the
Faulk lo' the SKD authorizing expenditure
Alabama license plates but the beach motel and the Cocoa Beach: highlight the event tooMirew In other action: of $1,330 in secondary Ilaiielbring! Is married and permit, and:! we snide period: !

suspect or the car had not been News Center, a business she Rotarians Elect afternoon, starting at 3 pun County Commissioners yesterday road funds for the relocation of the father of four children H) Inspections. Once we even made
located: as of noon today. still operates as sole proprietor. A:I events are ples used 'In ft e set up two organization, utilities SR 405 right.of- \II treasurer of the North Br- them tear out some work aici,
Board MembersTitusville front yard or 'Inside the school l which would cover the past and vard Home Builders Association; correct that pifcie ol enfi.'riirtion. .
building food and future of Brevard County. way vlce-picsldent on Board of Director sod tangs" went smoothly,,"
game letter toIw
Al I+o authorized was a
.1 Big Crowds At Aerial Show Rotarians electolnew biolhi, shows, morln. ..Ie.A Commmlsaioner Dick Muldrew written tl<> General' Development of Good Shepherd Lutheran he said.
members of the board of dir proposed the county set up an In. It found that the
was yesterday
special' surprise Is In store Church.
Co, devopers of Port St
ectors yesterday for the year du triil commission to aid the also
Next show ef the KeeMer Keehler family, who divefrera starting July t, fn l local residents at t 3 p.m. Industrial organizations that have John inquiring about the comp Ho told the Slur. .Advocate, City of Cape order Canaveral the had CapoView

"Sporfcade" In Piztto Plaza a tower .up to 70 feet Named to the board were CurUi to sprnsers ef, the Tent grown out of the rapidly expanding any's origin! offer of a portion "I feel that I am the best qualified put a elementary stop school.on AccoHInf -

.Is Jt S p.m. this afttrneen and into a tank with only seven R. Barnes, 1. Pat Blumer, urge all p .ple to arrive' county business population. of property in the development with a full understanding of to the biiiMIn Inspector'

two more performance arc lest of wets,. They also put Will Holladay, George A.' Morgan ( eerly or .n time Th event Facts: commission district I III fir r'fre-Ht.onal purposes The the sleds, and requirements of there, the contractor failed to<<
slated for tem.rr.w11 a.m. on a clown oct and present Ken Tipper, Ray C. Win- I I. sponsored by the ParentTeachrr to have an appointed member of commission is asking for a deedto the citizens of Brevard( County.I take out a building permit and

and S p.m. Tho "Sportcade" unusual features on the tram. stead Jr. and Dr. W Glenn Association and Is Ve- tornmissioii. The professional the property M it might proceed I am willing to devote full time h* placed' a stop work order

features' three members of tho olme. The show is tree Young signed fo r tun for ail.. ag... planner, recently authorized by vUu rvc.erftiolMl: : facilities.: to UII job. aa.Jnat thePKY lIDtr.tor.. ; ..



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,.,.2 TltwivllM Florida' ) Star. Advocate Friday, March 20,'1X4 I Congratulations Joel
Enjoyed talking with Batty
Lindsey out at Brevard Secretar,
tT-: 'round town lal yesterday. Betty tells us
II things are really picking up at
i t ttll Netol And Notel this new business in our area

i of NorRA Bretiard Phori* 2S7-3934 lVrih oaroara cari6on I She is the "gal Friday" in the office .
and does business or personal

letters, manuscript typing
Mad bats, gay hats, upsidedown worn by members of Gateway ing up for lost time while they photostat or copy work and i is
hats, glad hats, pretty hats, surprise Welcome Wagon Club at their are here. even a public stenographer. lo
hats add Just about any Mad Hatters luncheon Wednesdayat wonder she's a busy gal!
.- -- other hat we can think! of was the Torch Club. Sunday is the day for TitusvilleJr.
z The ladies all looked lovely In Woman's Club's Mother daughter The Hill 'N Dale Garden Clr

ConservationOf Indian River D.A.R. their attractively styled chap- tea being<< held at the Wo de met Wednesday evening at
eaus. Several were designed with man's.Club building to honor the home of Mrs. Lolly Black'
Chapter MeetsThe Easter in mind and were adorn. the aenlofr members. All Junior well, 632 Hibiscus Ave. to elect
Wafer Is ed with gaily: decorated eggs, and'Senior club members ore Invited new officers for the next year
J< RiVer Chapter, baby chicks, and flowers. to bring their daughters to Elected were Mrs. Doe Nelson
Daughters of the American
Rev Each In the "mad hat" Ruth Little
entry the special event. chairman; Mrs. vice
Talk olution1,' !met Tuesday, March contest modeled her hat, Introduced chairman, Mrs. Alice Lindsay.
Subject 17tN. at the home of
Mrs. Warren
e herself and told interesting secretary and Mrs. Evelyn
ar Bumpus Old Dixie Bert and Storey of Barna
on Hwy. with little tidbits about why and how ( Mary Hooks treasurer.A .
An interesting film on water her mother, Mrs. Ira Nobles Sr., she styled the hat. Many named' Ave. returned recently from a delightful talk on Spring How
i onscrvation was the highlight and Mrs. W. H. Burr and Miss long weekend trip to Chicago, Illinois
their I chapeaus, such as by Mrs. Mary
Dorothy Brown as We hear they had warm ers was
)if the meeting of the various 4 to-hostesses.The Mrs. Bette Barnes' lovely'ere. who brought several floral
(tubs affiliated with the Bre- } Regent, Mrs. S. A", kittles ation1, a Pink Surprise because weather and a real good time. Carter cuttings for the members. Mrs
yard! Federation of Wonen's Ill, presided and the Ritual. ScrV- ,
County -
she out
1 ,, tliM: "was surprised it turned Blackwell and co hostess Mrs
Clubs at a meeting held ice was led by Mrs. James I nWhlteket' well".
so All committee members for Indian Celia Jungquist served refreshments
Wednesday. Chaplain. Mrs. Ruth Barnhart's hat was River City Woman's Club's of Angel layer cake, green:
After the election o adorned with an array of pro card are requestedto sherbert, coffee and
Chfpter dessert- party and orange
The film, "Waters of Destl- ?
Jatnef\ Murinls Jr1. to
ducts Welcome
representing at 8
,iy". made in 1959, was shown tviri attend a meeting Monday tea.
:: membership! committee reports Wagon sponsors in the area. Mrs. p,m. at the home of Mrs. Jill
'y Arthur D. Cadorath, U. S. ., and the routine business'session, Barnhart is the local Welcome Fllnk, 440( Abbot Ave., chairman
Army Engineers of Jacksonville.! Mr',. Kittles introduced Arthur Wagon Hostess. Mrs. Darlene of the eventTitusville Mrs. Clyde Malson of Orlando.
The film depicted the progress Arnold, Titusville author of a new Salvitelh's hat was an upsidedowndoily was an all day visitor at the
node in controlling both floodwaters :; 1 Civil War novel, "Behold Bro
My decorated with flowers .
gay daughter
; High School band director home of charming
droughts and point. then,", as guest speaker1.Mr1. .
while Mrs. Frances Plcrbone'swide received Mrs. Hugh (Barbara) Wicker In
Joe a
r" Courson
d out that flood damage, which, Artiold spoke of his Interestin brimmed design looked good ,nice surprise Wednesday South Lake recently. Mrs. Malsonis
ms co4 t millions of dollars as i11m the Civil War period, not so enough to eat, trimmed with an' very evening at the Titusville School treasurer of the College Park
'.\.11. as homes end lives, has '" if much for the war and its battles, assortment of Florida fruits and Band Parents Association meet Garden Club and was guest

I i'icon greatly lessened by the .. :1- but the peoples la the two societies vegetables. ing. Ed Critchley presented Joea speaker for Wednesday's meeting
canal and pumping statIons in the North and South "I After the last contestant intro beautiful plaque inscribed with of the Acasia Garden Circle. Mrs.
built to control the waters. PRIZE WINNING CHAPEAUS These and other newspapers, the most orig.' have endeavored! to study the duced herself, Joe D'Agostino' "Joe Courson, for unselfish devotion liaison demonstrated a way to
Cadorath explained that the unusual hat creations won top prizes at inal; Mrs. Janette Kostakos' hat, created nature of the people In the North part owner of the Torch Club, delighted to our school music pro make corsages out of artificial

film, being five years old, did Gateway Welcome Wagon Club's Mad with A cardboard box and a waste paper and South, their origin, their traditions everyone by rushing up to gram. T.S,B.P.A." Orchids.
'Jiot show many newer phases of Hatters luncheon Wednesday at the Torch basket, won first prize as the "maddest their politics, their social the mike, holding a potted planton
the water conservation program, Club. Winners were from left, Mrs. Mar- hat" and Mrs. Clare Kadlec's and moral motivations To me his head and welcoming them
,Jvhich totals over one billion garet Kennedy's' "We Cover Everything"hat ,creation made from net dish "prettlest"l it was the people and their lead. to his club.Judges .
Hollars. Present! plans involveprojects made with copies of the Star-Advocate ers,' on both sides, and their ult- for the event, Sue fijt- LEARN EARN !
t Mate decisions, or lack of them,
ia 18 counties and in- ler of the Daytona Beach News
the Issues
-- on great of the day Secretarial Courses
Journal, Dorrit Mason of the Orlando
Nude navigation as well as con- Twirl'-A-WaVs .
cervation stated : that divided a people and plunged Sentinel and yours truly, Spcedwriting Shorthand
he Squal'e' Dancers them into Civil War." ,
selected Mrs. Janette Kostakos'high
Classes Now Forming!
i Mrs. Bruner also introduced I. He said that in his book he has wide and handsome crea-
James Ferguson, a 17-year-old Last Friday evening the
relived those tragic days before ation for first prize, the MaddestHat.
Student of the world-known Twlrl-A-Ways Square Dance
war came through the lives and Janette made her hat by
-; Club gathered at the IRC Community fortunes of two families, dividedin covering a large cardboard' box
Center for another fun- .Y 6 a war* which some historians and a waste paper basket with COLLEGE
usvllle. James, a senior at TI. filled night of square dandng. say/was/ a mistake of history.In beige crepe paper and decoratedthe
Jusville high School, played two Following beginners lessons, r conclusion Mr. Arnold said pieces of colored paper. Several 1528'S. Washington 267.1181
elections. members of that class were ask- the Civil War "tested our land
t 1t handmade flowers and ferns ---------- -- -
Mrs. Norms Larks told of her ed to dance with the club members and our people and proved that (made with pipe cleaners and
Experiences in Miami where sheJvas for half an hour. During this'form of government, this Republic tooth picks) were in the basket. ROCK GARDEN NURSERY
in the "Mrs. Florida" contest that time seven squares filled J *, this democracy, the The prettiest hat award went to 3225 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY
and came out third. She the Community Center. world's best hope, could endure." Mrs. Clare Kadlec for her net TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

Said she had to bake a cake, Refreshments of lime punch, dishcloth hat trimmed with small J I. SPECIAL I
thange her make-up from day- President Riley McCaffertycalled cake, salted nuts and mints were flowers. Mrs. Margaret Ken.nedy' > "
lime to nighttime, show the a business meeting to report served by the hostesses at the unique design won the .c c F?' .TOP QUALITY

Costume which she had made on the board meeting held J conclusion of the meeting. title of "most original". Margaret ? oCushel1
the previous week. He announced j J used of the Star- :
end tell what being selected _". ..., copies : ,
Jvould mean to her. She said that Joe and Doris Campbellwere with white candles ori a lace Advocateand other news .7 t' In Your Container. .
appointed chairmen the!* TRANSFEREEtfL6MtiD OffWeYs tf ThetA. hat w ,,,, .
tablecloth.! The refreshments to. make her and -
hat of the six five '' papers *
contestants, micron of Beta ..i Put Ever"
; ere active in Junior-WaaMaU., nominating committee with Bill Sigma Phi wel< Olhed'< Mfs. carried out the color scheme of named ft "We Cover Every p<' -"; -! Pots Flowers Plants -
v ; arid Barbara Taylof, Center! as a member theirs greens Trees Vines LandscapeIF .
tfhd Gin Hamilton( Cal and new during: pink, and white. thing". It was gaily trimmed AM 7-2989
flubs. first regular meeting in March. From left Mrs. fity'en ; WE DON'T HAVE IT, WE WILL GET ITI
the other are
Shirley Powers as GueWs here. W. E. with large pink flowers.
elected Mrs.
f. officers during Mary Jane DerrioJe; president, Mrs. and Mrs. ynlth '
members of the committee. Taylor and Mrs. J. B. Watson. It was a delightful\ luncheon,
fie business meeting were: Mrs Ann Lyle, vice president. Carlson Photo.
iVilliam Marquette of Melbourne They will report their slate of Members present were: Mrs. one we hope will become an annual
officers on April 10th with Martha Farabee, Mrs. Florence affair for a fine group. NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP .
unlor club, president Mrs. J.
(T, Plumb of IRC club; first election being held April 17th. Hill 'N Dale Garden Circle Holds MeetingThe Cato, Mrs. Mildred Halcomb, Augies ENCHANTED MIRROR ,' : .
Tony Austin, a former mornbe.r Home for a "Spring Holiday"visit
Mrs. Evelyn Brown, Mrs. Evelyn \:
lice president; Mrs. Archie was voted into membershipagain Hill 'N Dale Garden: Circle Ruth Little; Secretary, Mrs. with Tom and Dot Watts of Big Appl. Plaza b ,,'
Hook!!, Mrs. Ruth Little,
ifachone, of the Eau Callie sen- by the board. met Wednesday, March 18, Alice Lindsay; Treasurer, Mrs. Mrs. So. Smith Dr. are their two lovely Now Under the Ownership of (... I
Lee Heaton Mrs.
Mary ,
,r club, second vice-president; at the home Mrs. G. FAYE
of W. Evelyn Hooks. daughters, Dottie, a student at PARNELL Mgr.-Owner f"
Mrs. Russell Hopkins, of Eau After much discussion as to Blackwell. Co-hostelses were Members voted to donate Lolly Blackwell, Mrs. Edna Florida Southern and Mrs. Jack ... ".
Erndl, Mrs. Celia Ljunguist, FEATURING
;rallie junior club, recording the net'd'tol' i bigger place In Mrs. Digby LJungquist! and Wray and her children, Mell,
ecrefary; Mrs. Gilbert Cos- which to dance, the president Mrs. William Erndl. gardening book to the library Mrs. Kathy Youngblood, Mrs. Lisa, and Ginny, from Millcdge- HAZEL LOGGINS and NAOMI PARMER
orn, of Titusville club, Plans for the Circle's tour of Helen Dolfls, Mrs. Winnie yule, Dot tells she Senior OperatorsDial
junior appointed Howard and Marie\( Mrs. Carter Georgia. us
Mary the guest
the State Headquarters and Wright, Mrs. Billie Sue Holley,
Corresponding secretary Mrs. hardly knew the grandchildren, 7.2630
; AM Early
Matteson as chairmen of committee For and Late
a AppointmentsFor
speaker, led n most interestingand luncheon at Malson et Jardin Mrs. Sharon Nevin, Mrs Ruth
1 D. MacDonald of Cocoa junr to try to locate such a they have grown so much, but she The Working Girl
II. club, treasurer; Mrs. J. J. place. Other members of the Annuals.Informative discussion on were should discussed. Reservations O'Neal and_Mrs. Alice Lindsay L| is having a wonderful time make
be in
.by April 19th.
Titusville senior club, committee are Al and Diane
fhaplainj; Mrs. Ephriarn La- Bender. Officers elected for the follow- The refreshment table was I !IIWhere's

trade, Melbourne senior club, ing tear were: Chairman, Mrs. centered with a bouquet of
Jistorlan; Mrs. Stuart Haper, The Florida: East Coast Dane Dot Nelson;, "lce7chalrmalMrs.. pink and white gladioli flanked eV2rybody? Take The First Step Toward Easter!

ocoa senior club, auditor and irs Association asked that our
)Ira. John Soukap, Cocoa Beach club join the Association and IMOUSt

lub, parliamentarian. pend a representative to help

i The new officers will be in- plan Association dances for the s4 aE4Pgs Shoes For Spring and Easter
Jailed at the next countrywide coming years. John and Donna v
netting to be held In Eau Gallle. Day were appointed as the club c

}:1rs. C. L. Menser, a past president representatives At the meeting
of the Florida Federa- they attended Sunday evening at C.
Bob and Doris Store's lit Mel For All The Family
bourne Beach, they were elect
Discover ed treasurers of the group. OF-TOWN ORDERS BY ORDERING ; 1r/ Easter

: Deeya Cosmetics At the conclusion of the business NOW! HOW

!If to Your You -Fees You Is Should Not Becoming B. Com- continued meeting until 11:00.square: Guests dancing area' When You Want (he Best ..0attheTruckloadSale : afoot

tog. To U< are always welcomed by the /I

;:, TryIt111! Twirl.A-Ways. !

| Get A FREE 30.MlnllteDemonstration. Flowers Fran ALL KINDS You r. Just A I
i;t tion of Women's Clubs will be by (
Away From
guest speaker at this meeting I
NANS. BEAUTY PARLOR The Titusville Junior Woman's 2119 GARDEN AM 7-2135 PLYWOODand with Famous ,II
1304 South St. J6M611 Club prepared and served the : Brand Shoes from

luncheon. r" -, w '".. i i'I


: Hammer" \, SHOE CENTER WE I

I Mask & ,. I
Samuel J. Barr M. D. l.' Many Many Other ._.r .,
3 ; presents Lia.tf Mat.rlalsFRIDAY.of Building ,


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; .. SHOE
: Hours ByAppointment Sunday Matinee 2673329INDIAN CENTER
t 'Tel. 267-5923 : ,
: 2:30'P.M.: .* STORE HOURS 341/5. Washington AT*. TtfuYlne tt6r182t
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,March 20, 1944 Titutv/ll./ (Florida' ) jf.r Adve tt. Pat. 3 WSCS, Of First Pink Lady Schedule L Waldina;; Afternoon: W .J'f'k+oni-Kv: +ln'lI'!i ,B. .Bell. M ft; \.

Methodist Church Whalcn; Evening:: S Balonguts. Monhollon i.1 1
Schedule for
The Pink Lady
The regular monthly meeting Jets Parrish Memorial Hospital N Knight, M. Spears Saturday. 1 March 28th 'Af f t
01 the Woman Society of week of March 22-28. Is as follows Friday March 27th Morn ternoon: E' Liner, C. Hagler,)8. .
Christian Service of First : Infl:'P Folltnd I. Ocstcrreicher Shields, Evening: L. (Rash, 'lj.1, t

With N15oa And Notu Methodist! Church was held on Afternoon: R. Kingman, A Monroe. N Knight .f
( Wednesday March 11, in the Surday March 22 Afternoon
j g- Ql of North Breroard Church Sanctuary : M. Doerrler J. Skinner
N. Shields; Evening: 1'I:, Connir
Mrs. J. C Patterson president
reported) on the District M. N. CasonMonday BRIM m FAMILY!
Meeting" recently held In Eustliat March 23rd MornIng -
which the Titusville Societyreceived [ : :M Ramsey, A Newkerk;

Is Now an achievement award Afternoon: W Howe. H Nun BYoumfcns ({:@[M @ Jrng j HCJ :
Dental Society Iowa Family which MM E. D. Seandrett, nally; Evening: M Long

Legion Post Celebrates40th Auxiliary Holds Located Here secretary, of Promotion, accept C. Williams P. VMt
I cd OlJ. Wilson.Tuesday { I
Luncheon MeetingEighteen Mr and Mrs Walter Davis! Other announcements were: March 24th ,

Anniversary Tuesday members of the Drc formerly of Kcosauqua Iowa) Icnten Services will be observ Morning: F. Young: / L. Pcttit. Fluten {,VAT
yard County Dental Society Auxiliary have moved here and, have -d! at noon each day during the ; Afteinoon: M Kraus F'I I
Titusvllle Post No.1. Ameri portment Community Service met for luncheon Tuesday, bought a house on Kingston A\e, week preceeding Easter Thompson. C. Thompson! ; Evin \ PIRTLE Ii IiPLAZASHOPPI
tan Legion. and Unit No.1. Chairman, complimented the March 17. at Rivers Edge: Dining Indian River Heights. At present The Titusville Woman's Soeic Ing: P. Filer B Mathison, I THE
Legion Auxiliary were joinedby post and unit on their histories.lIe Room Cocoa R-ach with Mrs Motel Wednesday March 2Mh -' I
making their home with ':y will be Hotel and
Mel. are '
Wm Peters president of they
many guests in celebratingthe then told of the study of the Mrs: lio bourne presiding Mrs. Davis' grandmother '
45th of the American made by the
birthday ocean depths being Officers elected 's Society Conference to be S Purkett, S Onskl; S
Legion at a dinner Tuesdayat United States because he stat the ensuing year unanimouslyfor were; Lola M McIntosh 516 OakUle he 11 in Orlando April 7, 8, and noon: K Glerum, K ACtl'r.i': t :
the Post Home. cd. the nation that controls the Lane
President, Mrs Richard Andrew Oth Evening; T. Kennedy I I.
All joined in singing Happy ocean currents will control the PARK AVENUE TITUSVILLE t
,, Titusville; presidentelect, Mr. Davis, who Is an cxpcrienced Officers will be elected attune relcher, P Wilson J.
,Birthday :as Harry Tectrlck, world. War for the silent deep Thursday, March 2Gth .
Mrs. Jas Holloway, Cocoa abstractor, Is employed at April l'T1el'tinghidl will be
Commander of Post 1. cut !the it even greater than space, he Beach vice --------
Mrs Scott
; president hell April 7th.
beautiful decorated cake which aid, and any of the streams in Linn, Melbourne the Abstract! and Title Co t i
; recording secretary Mrs. E. W Norman had held on April 17th in Hennessev '
was centered with a large Leg. the oceans can be changed. Mrs. Wm. Hambolc, Melbourne :
ion emblem. Historian YOUNGS HAVE SON <91:11'Jc:i (of f the program. Sheitioducetl Hall from 800; until 500; pm ''I i.
!Mrs Margaret Sords
corresponding secretary
; How All members were urged! to
Miss !
The dinner was prepared and for the Department of Florida Mrs Dominic Scalera, Cocoa; Mr and Mrs Albert Young announce ell, to Fukuoka donate their good used clothing I I \ 't\\\ I :
served by the Auxiliary as a Auxiliary, and! district parliamentarian treasurer Mrs Walt Conner In. Todd missionary !,. i \\
of make i
wishes dialantic the birth a son ( <{[upon. who 'poke of her eperl and other Items to help 1
added her best
birthday gift to the Titusville .
loth at
Albert on March (imp n that country this sale a .uccess. Proceeds ill Sa
Post Mrs. Audrey Webster, and compliment The May luncheon meeting will Rockledge weight aid'' I urday '
thou Hospital /JUr\! Patterson also announced go into the General Fund to t \ 4 t'
unit member baked and decorated introduced Bill be held at tile home of the S
Other guests pres. 0 Ibs, 6 ozs thai Rummage. Sale will be needy families In the area ,' '" .
the cake.Commander Becker, Fort Pierce, district idcnt, Mrs \Vm, Peters. .1 \ .,' & S v. .-. l'
Teetrick gave a chaplain; Stu Jackson, ..a."' '
brief history of the Titusville bourne district Mel'l: j:4 ; y
Post and announced that only 20 J. J. Condos. Titusville. ANT MORE FOR *bUR'M6NEyBeautify ...",.- ", M
mere! members were needed to sergeant-at arms; Art .\
reach 100 percent membership. Titusville adjutant; and Col. : J. t t'i'

Six new members were voted to Wm. H Boshoff district service !

'membership' in the only business officer.
conducted. Past Commanders of the TI.
Patio Specials \, \..' ..
"" The history of the Titusville tusville lost present were Milen / ESKNo v .,

.Auxiliary Unit was given by ollingsworth. Sheldon Silva, ,. wNtolvpE h' ;! \
titsfm. H. Barnard a past Bill Knight and John Johnston. ,\ J
'C \
ttnit! and past district president. The singing of old Legion : l .! J;
Jack Bell, 12th District Com songs: of both[ World Wars, as Right Now Is The ,' 'lf i
Tnander presented an orange will as some in honor of St. MODEL 1qV JUST
;'1-cgion cap to Joe Stafford for Patrick, and other favorites end ALWAYS 'fist. Time to Plant the 'fo't'/ i

( members for the Titus. ed the evening UNIUI'UIID IH ,'I .
Mite ; '
Rented Post Joe was also pre 'I OUILIT"ARRIVED! following. In stock or:.rr i ,"- 1:

R card from the Depart. '. ,4 '.
Jncnt of Florida Commander for 1 ti rn oo.nr' at Grants: "", ,
e :
fits work in membership. Arthur '
A Complete "
Gaudet, post senior Commander SURNHAM CHERRY "
was presented a card from the f' t.
Commander Bell for obtaining Assortment DRACENEA i.
5cHrla stuD
100 members. /1 Piece.rlMl Co CIlIVla CROTONS ;

Two! 45.year Legion members, Of i
\\m H Barnard and Orin asle/rant _CIIIOMI_ean.ll HIBISCUS

Wade were asked to stand and all 1Osois EJaGtei'o''IOO1' PATIOSTONE T I PUNK TREE
were given a hearty applause. 1
Mrs. Wade was asked to stand 'qtr"cu'i"nM 4 PLUMBAGOLUGUSTRUM ',, t
',long with all veterans of World S E /
.ttVIN wwiul, .
:''a rNrrl .
War I. as she served as a nurse I

tin Europe There were about r, un.ua IMN" .
dozen veterans of the "war to neon "
'a f.j: t f' .
end all wars" present: 39c t0 t 4 .tJs \ 1
r Commander" Teetrick announced l
the showing of "The Ultimata t
Weapon" the best film to.datd autoArw/i \ aawran.ttP rae uuo.au
10 PIECE ,SOFA BED 139 Final
on) the dangers of Communism, NUlNO/
at the Legion Hall on April 8, I Group Value-$169.95 4 .uo41D I ,nr,
I Tall
at t.8 p.m. It is free and the pubs, uuNnN Day j

lie as Invited) CONIa01 )
Hen Moyer of Orlando, De Saturday, I

tusvlllo (Florida) Star.Advocttt Your Home Grounds With 'A u VIGORO March 21st. iS tr t

E.WblI; .k.I. 'IHHIIPubllnhed e d r

Mon UyUrrinef POWER EDGER ,
0Alge r (layi Friday.By }
""t Tlliuvllle tar-
Advocate, Inn J
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o- At The alar Advocate 10 PC. BEDROOM :: t l
q; kW) Building: > >
',; n Main r.etTllusvllle. Value149.95 \
Fla Group 2 H, ''P. Briggs and Stratton 88
arras This Is the m chmo that tik01 2 I
:HEsIHF.HI1'InNda ; : W sx:,. the drudgery out of lawn. 5 ft1. i
"',... ..l..neL.fonIlenrtP k '
odjing I) .
H. -utl.on.. PrMMri .
Hazel S Hudson, V-P, GARDEN TOOLS
Robert H Hudson arcyTreas All mtttl, short Hindi: tools 50.lb. 88 FREE
"'reftd-Clu8 pOltale paltl+at Tltlll'"lIe. fork, cultivator .r trow.".
rlorlda rtdl . ,
Nttl.nul, HII or'1.1' ..t.aorlatiolHoary
H. Hudson. Publisher 3 Group 21 PC.Value DINETTE 54 95
Robert H. Hudson. Editorbartd Ploforrni /

Illlam O Dunn. Lyerly Aftv..rtl.lnl Circulation Mlr.Mar ,tree M"r 69cD.9 THE FAMOUS KOEHLERS

Subicrtptlon Ratei W e

riy ICarrlrr In North BrevardTr MATHEROF
i7flu a Mo 1400 a Mo 12.1)0)
d dSportcadeU
By Mall. In rlorldaYr. NEW SMYRNA
8,50 e MD IUO 3 Mo 52.00 524 Canal St.
Outride PlorllaTr Phone GA 8.4131
:\17 SO 5 Mo. $4 00 S Mo f 50 ;
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Skillet ,/ ,.. PLANTS$199 PICNIC TABLE I ( I i $[frn [jt\! DIVE'I! j'I'Ift. :

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Fun for all and perfectly C CHAIR\\1 $ 88 O into / .of water ;

aafetMadeofZinchlteel! 2 6
1 tubing. With California 9 5
I Redwood lawn swing and Asst. $4 44
3 9
"Dura-Gleetn" '
platform :
$109With| ftlide.Other play include Colors TRAMPOLINE

a skyride, gym Ting,two
swinge trapeze,chin ban."Cllor.II"Ho .

French Frlea. / MoneyDovre-1ZSWeefdyf' Just Say "Charge It"I I I I .J OMEDV DIVING i'<

Lettuce & Tomato No Money Down 30 Days or Month To Parr

". OC Q 1 1Pitt FANCY DIVING 1

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... 4 Tlfu.vllle (Florid) SUr Advocate Friday, March 20, W4 T Keiths AnnounceDaughter's

Pride Hears Report On Civic MarriageMr FOR PRIVATE PART-

I Center Entrance Under StudyThe Center Planning For Titusville South. and Park Mrs Avenue Larry, wish Keith to an-911 IES HILLS AT WHISPERING COUNTRY

nounce the marriage of their daughter CLUB AM 7-6221
Greater Pride Inc heard re Kahn, chairman of Pride's esthetic -
J Roxie Lee, to Jack Ward.
ports on Pride activity at lastnight's committee, on the commit ,
hazardous exit from Big In other action the board: age C and subject to renaming Oak at home at
meeting, held at the Woman's tee's progress In establishing a The couple are now ADDING MACHINE!: ROLLS, Onl2ic
Apple Plaza Shopping Center onto Recommended approval of Circle to some other name. Board Southern Com > ?>
sch 1009 Alford
Club building. Of local column for publishing
the southbound lane of U.S. 1 has parking plan of II C. Kirk for a felt Oak Circle would be confusIng prime Titusville each at the Star-Advocate
interest was the report on the eduled activities of Titusville fort Homes,
once again come to the attention drive in restaurant subject to since the name "!'ak" h used
civic center by Jack Larks area. Dr. Kahn also discussed
of the Tltusvillc Planning/ and overall parking restrictions of Big several times In lire t names in
Larks, civic center planning possibility of establishing a recreational > > rlK!; FOH HIIJN
a Zoning Board Apple Shopping Center the city. eral treasury by $100 million Coaled' bide will be retelvul I"
Chairman R. II Simonet Wed- Recommended acceptance or Approved )parking:;! plan for chairman for Pride, told members activity for senior citizens The last parcel post Increasewas Hoard of County Commmalui, ,,
to be located in a 00 cluck A.61. April ,
his possibly until 10: I'
: nesday night authorized a letter a parking plan submitted by Rhoc'cll! Mia ray's Billiard I'.lr' committee plans to present downtown location. on February 1, 1960, the In toe Commlniiloneri; Uuum '"

to be sent to City Manager Cleve. John Huston for 236-unit apart. lor located on south side!! of fcojt.iSt : ; w Conger Brownlie of Melbourne postmaster pointed out. Court" Home bland lltunvilli truck tlui I! ,,
(One (ii) limuni "
land(I Talmadge requesting him to moot proposed for Lee Road, at the next meeting; of Accepted treasurer Ray Led at nut KM luau o i iiiiunt I' ,

inform the State Road Depart near Gibon, School Pride to discuss and outline the frrd report on finances To illustrate the effect of the bo at kail IJjT or I.I .,, ,

rnent of the need of a yield laneon Tabled rezoning application by Approved off ttreet parking, problems encountered by Mel Heard a plea from Mrs Nor new rates here, Wattwood noted limn model.. 11; :equipped Do) x :JO .with II lily not' I I"

the west of the highway R. L. Hawk for property on access and egress:: submitted by bourne in the planning and con man Cowart, Pride secretary, fora that a six.pound parcel<: which 5th must wheel hive; air must and be equipped clean| \\1., .

It was pointed out that the Williams and Grove. It was felt Jack Crannell for addition of a struction of a civic center there. membership drive among Pride is the weight for too 1 The Board reiervee the rat! \' I ,
new stranded warehouse at the This will be held at the March 20 average reject/ any and all bldi.
from bound that R
(ross over north to 2 zoning change: would
Members Pride has .
now approximately til area delivery will cost 37c AI blue to bu marked "IIUmd I ,,
louth bound lanes of the highway, 03 unnecessary since a single rear of existing warehouse )b-, meeting 200 members, accordingto Truck Tractor" on out, C
instead 32c
t particularly for those attempting dwelling is proposed! catcd off Buffalo Rd Jmet MIllion At last Pride of envelope
nint{ s meeting, : Mrs CowartParcel JOE II. \\ICKHA.\t
to cross over and enter into the Recommended denial of request Approved Gardu-ndale plat of Accepted a letter of resignationfrom CHAm IAN

shopping center, is extremely of Tom Yoder to rezone unit numter 10, submitted by BelkLindseyTransfers George Arnold, PriJe recruiting (110'OMMIH.HlONKIt.H A KD O*' COUNT

dangerous due to the inability tosee property located west of FEC Merman Cowart, subject to tng chairman, who resigned Post Hike HKbVAill(, COUNTY

: across the highway/ In con railroad near Gibson School from Ineered'drainage. due to conflict In work schedule See The 5ear. 20 KLOKIDA, 27 (*'rl.) 1J4

a a> itruction of the highway the south R-1 to R3 to permit construct Approved In reHs and egress of MixsonJim and also acknowledge I Arnold's

: lane was raised above the north ion of apartments service station for corner of U.S. outstanding! contributions to Effective Apr. 1 Star AdvocateFor -OUIIt.: IH'. '. .IPPI.11',1rIGlu'.
\< >: 1.\ r
: lane in height and it is impossibleIn Recommcnde I approval for rezoning 1 ant) Highway: 50/ submitted Ijy Mixson, former Merchandise <: Pride TO WHOM IT MAY UNCI'II:!
some instances to tee across application submitted by Jack Robinson anj Dave Nesbit Your Nutlet la hereby given( or tlIcntlun ',",
Manager of the Titus Heard Ben Hurscy, Pride plan Postmaster Kermon Wattwood of C. H. KINGMAN,, i I". "I
the highway C I". Remington for properly I b, Tentative approval of rezone ply to the Board of County (.' ,milunera .,
The planning and zoning/ board Gated south of South St to be application made by Mr and] vine BilkLinasey store, has ning chairman, report on committee reminded residents of Titusville, Printing Needs! o( Hrevard County, F'I.I..,,, I ,
courthouse ,
tt the county ul I I"
felt the yield lane for those auto. changed,: to 113.Recommended. Mrs Cowin of Whispering Pines been transferred to GamesMlle) action in the areas of anti- thai an effective date of April vllle. Florida at 10:00 o'clu" k .e
duties litter, city clean. up and! an over April 9th, UH. or .ai noon thcr, ,ifae ,
: mobiles making a right turn onto approval of plat Trailer Park on lit, 50 Approval where Ic has tssumed as all 1 has been set for new domesticparrel Petitioner may be heard i I" ,.
south-lane of US 1 would case of County Estates, unit number wu subject to certain variances assistant; manager of the BtlkLinilsey safety and traffic survey rate Increases. IN riif: (iK< iir ran Kr MNTII: gate certain portions of tin toIl, ?,.
post Jlllllltl. IIKtllT. IN .V:Ml ..IH .
: the traffic hazard. 1, subject to approval of drain. approved by council. Central Florida store. Heard report by Vernon Jan- IIKKI: III\'I1, MIIHlUt I Ida Inn to-wlt plate :In llrevard Coun v I 1.1 ,

Mixsun has been with the sen, Pride information chairman, The parcel post Increase fesl.l\oIRS: :\CI. inn" :. ,la) That portion of the Plot .,..t
1'JlI l r Belle Lindsey operation for the that Pride members were Invol- NINTH FEDERAL: SAVINGS AND LaGrange .. ihowii at i iIh I._

past nine years lie has, been ved with numerous Titusville .LOAN ASSOCIATION a col'.portlon 1'lnt of located J. O In'rlee the TIIWI'h NV>' :.f:, .
orKxnlietl and cxlmlnit uu rlh
I ; Aero-Jet Co. Celebrates associated with the chain In St. civic and cultural organizationsin averaging about 13.1 percent law, of the United Slates of Am NW'4 of MW 21 4 80 of. Km.lit Hung'i iTowimhlp ", _',

Petersburg and Cocoa as well as the promotion! ) of important is expected to yield about $75.4 erica 1'lalutiMfltRALU Kant!: located Went of the ,?,I
Pride sponsored} projects He "a road right. of way except' I".
Titusville annuallyCatalog
General the I late Dr. Theodoie Von in urged chic groups and other nrganUations !: It JON'H:. ;! end WINI- county. road acroi for pirrly '?,_
t Aerojet Corporation, by In their recent Hport to stock iltfct!: A JONES, hit ",lto.Uefendaull.. presently deHlitnuicILuOraiKO
!Mis Mixson and Dnrmy
son to contact Pride rates will be i Increased Road and In it ?i ., '
regarded as one of the pioneer Karman and a group of his cswiiattM holders Doard Chan man, DanA { .
will remain at their home IrhJTitusvillc ( I.(:UK'M \<>TI<'!>: Illn.\I.t. along the rallinad right if "
loaders In rocket propulsion in at the California In Kimball and President! W E. chairmen If ;i>..t ai; i ride program approximately 13 percent and NOTICE IS HbHLHV; UlVfc-S and dctlRiiated on the alt' ,!:" I
until.1 the end of schu >I l. (rating ae IU11 road 1111,, '
: the
| r various dubs. will added of that under a Decree ut froreclimuirand
produce revenue
the Uni'cd' States and presently stitutt of Technology to produce Zisch cited number of ..
a piomh when she will join her husband: I Sale entered by the Judge.,l of lhi> from the aforrmrntl I
active on the Thor.Delta, Minuteman jet'assist takeoff rockets for mill ing exptnples) toward commercial Heard/ report by Mrs. lice Big-! about $2.4 million if 1902 volumeis Circuit. touit of the NINTH Juill.lnl county road to what I I. ","II
In Oaincsville. Circuit, In and for HRLVAKD I ho Hrevard Lumber Cornn, '"
S Polaiis, Titan II and III toiy aircraft di\crsiication such as, a Gel Pride doing chairman, oTher maintained County, Horlda. on the lath day of on the north boundary it -II'' I
% and Gemini at Cape Operations began In a small biushloss alternator for the auto. Mix!on was active in the n- committee's action in City March. 1984 In a certain cause b... Plat
programs tral Baptist Church in lad n The higher rates do not af tween NINTH FEDERAL: SAVINGS (Ib) ine Pint of the Re-Subdl" "
Kennedy, celebmtes its 22nd former fruit juice plant in Pas- motive industry, a welding In. beautification She stated a meeting feet AN/) LOAN ASSOCIATION! a corp Ion of Kldgpwood recorded m'
River City as well as other corn was to be held, in the near air parcel post or interne oration organized and existing Pint Hook T at page St ,,,"i I Iclencrlbi.il
: birthday today. adeni, California, muving short stnmicnt fur microminiature elec. munity activities tional parcel post under the ...W. of the United Slate a* follow.:
thereafter future regarding" proposed actionto of America with It* principal' place lli'KirmlMit at the bl" ant",,'," ,
to vacated auto tronlc
ly system auto
It March 20 1942, a components,
was ,
on be taken concerning; the historic Postmaster Wattwood said ha of buslneu at 1467 Broadway al of the HWi. Section 26'Ioao-:I
that the firm was founded as mobile sales room and ultimately mated package and handling has been advised Postmaster Time. Square. New York 3D, New. .hlp 21 !South Kanitp 35 K:
old Durnmitt Plantation by thence N 0' 24' W .'1R 7
York llalntlff and' GERALD HJoNES
: Aerojet Engineering Corporation to the firm s first large plantto systems and production of chemicals Elks To Install She also reported on numerous General John A Gronouskl that : and WINIFHED A. JONES. thence S 80' 39 E to the right
hi. wife, of way of the branch line ''Jr
be constructed, in Azusa, through the process of fisslo defendant* being Chan
the decision of
accomplishments regarding civic the ICC will as eery No. 11219. I will Mil at public the F E C. R. H: them s
Caltfoin'a' where is Is known as m Is try. flower, shrub and tree bcautifi slat the Post Office Department auction to the hlgheal bidder fir 28' K to the moth line of said,
cash at the Courthou.e In the Section 28; thence Westerlythe I
Mrs. Broome Vun Karman Center. The General Tire and Rubber Officers SoonOfficers cation. in carrying out its objective of of Tltuavllle Brevard County FlorIda point of beginning. Itclim
I at the hour of 11:00: a.m., on S acres more or lena Excepting:
Company acquired interest in Heard report by Dr Alvin reducing the drain on the Fed
Today more than 30,000( employees an April 8. 1964. that certain. parcel of however from the above a ht I;
Aerojet( in 1944, later increasingIts to be Installed by Ti real properly described a. follow: foot itrlp designated DUI
Dies work in major Aerojet- I.ol 9. Block "A". CANNOVA Highway of mate Road No I IAlno
Thursday General facilities at Azusa, holding and now owning 84 tusville Elks Lodge on April 8 PARK KtBDIVlsrON accordingto except. lota dexlunntfd. ]hand
plat thereof recorded In Pint IT. Block 1. Plat Hook 7
Sacramento, Covina, Downey, percent<: of the firm. Two General are as follows: Brevard Lumber Company Hook 11 Page 65 Public Record at page 4, not Included In Linn,)

El Monte and San Ramon, California Tire executives, Kimball and Exalted Ruler Walter Macko; of Brevard County, Florida plat .
Ihla and to return the laid land to
Orlando sewage
[En alio
; Frederick, Maryland and A II Rude, now Honorary Chair Eat Leading Knight William: READYMIXEDINTRANSIT CONCRETE Oven and Two (2) beat.Pr for the purpose of taxation,, .and
man of the Board, joined fences Herndon; Eit Loyal Knight .; permanently Installed. to vacate, abandon and clone alelre.1 \
Dade County, Florida Material Lumber .
i Building Hardware (COURT PEAL Included In aald portion ot
4 a
Mrs Agnes Eleanor Broome, Harold Fahixlrich Est Lecturing .
Sales last year were In excessof Aerojet official to direct ; WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSES Curtla R BnrneiClerk aid .ubdivltdonn.DATED
86, of 181 Jackson Street, died the Company's operations Knight Jack Herberger; secretary of Circuit Court this 19th day IIf
703.000000 three times Let Ui Give You An E.Umat.- aye Bertie Hall D.C. March 1964.
In Orlando Thursday after a R. S. Batcheldcr; treasurer Wlnderweedle Halne Ward C. B. KINGMAN
what they were five years ago, Activity outside of the United Prompt Delivery Phone AM 7-3831
king illness She moved here D L .Storm;,. tylerDallas 224 Park Avenue SouthWinter By Charlea F. .
and from, Park FlorldaAttorney. of Crofton Brewer oil:
a long way the CompImy' States Includes General
Aerojet .
10 years ago to live with her Morrison; five year trustee for Plaintiff Holland hi. aUorn..yMar.
daughter, Mrs Charles Morley, first major contract International with Headquartersin Franz Vulplus M.r. 20 (IFrl.) 1964. 20, 21 (Frl) 14.
award $200,000 from the Pans and ventures with other
and family. The ceremony will be. preceed-
She was a member" of St. Ter. Army Air Corps in 1942 for pro- firms in Britain, Canada,Japan ed by a dinner to be"served at

esa's Roman Catholic Church. due-tun of JATO units and! Mexico 8:30: p.m. In the lodge hall.

0 Survivors two Victor Production of JATO units was .
are sons,

T. Broome of Fond du Lac, the firm's main concern during Itappi1t4 ( I

a Wisconsin, and Herbert Broome World War II and again during, r'" 'r 'h, ::'" n. '. 4' ,

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daughter Mrs. of Tlluivtllc fines (for vehicles; such as, Titan C-
S ; ; one brother, John Hcrsh Minuteman, Polaris, Hawk MORE a Horn of your Own !

of Aberdeen, Washington; and a and Nerva) ttill make up the

... sister, Mrs Peter Gob of Grand biggest percentage of the bus!! SUPER KEM -TONE "

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IiO'ary services will be held at Aerojet has also expanded hIM ". '

8 pm. SunJay at Smith Funeral diverse activities; such as, "
Chapel and funeral mass at 10 sstrionle. submarine war !
R.m Monday at St Teresa's fare, automation chemistry and BREVARD'j

: Church. Interment will be in Bre- fisslo chetni!: ry, arohitect-- ;; '

: void Memorial" Cemetery under ginering, ordinance, life sciences _

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:- FrIJty$ March 20, W4 Tftvivlll (PtorfcU. ) Star. Arfvctt Paie Ir \. J
DeMolayFish Central Brevard Goldwaler Campaign Headquarters Opens Today

: Spaceport Young Republicans To Hear Miss Warren' Ken Andrews, Chairman of to Inform voters when where, Representative Cramer's slate, is urged to visit the Heacfquart,

FryA the Central Brevard Goldwater and how to register who the Cramer's slate is pledged to ers on Friday or phone 783 7300

Miss Sally Warren attorney of posed in the primary election in ing the first part of the meeting. Committee\ announces the open candidates are and their plat Gold water and has the Senator's after 6 p.m. Future Healquarfr

Eau Gallic, will be a special May by Barbara Johnson of After refreshments are served, fish fry is being held Sun me of headquarters on Merritt forms and to urge registered official approval" ers' hours are planned Monday II 1

guests of the Spaceport Young Cocoa Beach, the club will reconvene for a day March 22, at Mayor and Ivhnl! The grand opening will Republicans to 'support th unit Anyone interested in working through Saturday from 11 II.I. .ni
+In6. Republicans at their regular Mrs. Joyce Davidson, president briif business meeting at which Mrs Ed Kittles home on Lake be Friday March 20th at 325 ..
;/ll, ,,, monthly meeting on Monday, of the Spaceport Young time the annual election of of Harney for the Titusville Chap MerrItt Island Causeway from Ccldwattr
March 23, 8 p.rn? In the Com Republicans, announced that the fices will be held. AU members ter of DeMolay Boys and their 5 to 8 p,m, All conservativesare

nuinlty Room of the Citizens program!; will be presented dur are urged to attend, familiei\ encouraged to be there.

Bank The fish will be furnished by Andrews promises a large as
A program on the state dec sortment of interesting htera !!

I I.,",', tion laws has been planned All City Officials To Attend CourseLee lure, official Goldwater papers

persons Interested in meeting speak Monday morning on (fines the :National< Committee

Miss Warren and becomingmore Clay, finance director, and Florida Institute for Continuing "Types of Funding Methods for Washington, D C, and explan

familiar with these law, MM Margaret Cooper city Univeisity Studies in coopera Pension Plans !inns of Senator Goldwater's I'' 4" CALL US FIRST FREE ESTIMATES .

are invited to ottend clerk, will attend the 22nd Annual lion with the Florida Chapter, Other principal speakers are stand on issues of the day 1 NO OBLIGATION IS YEARS EXPERIENCE ),

Miss Warren is a candidatefor Short Course for Municipal Municipal Finance Officers Assochtion John E, Kerstetter, Chicago The main, purpose of the

County Registration Super Clerks and Finance Officers to of the United States executive director International I headquarters Andrews said. is '' IN BUILDING LICENSED AND INSURED .

visor She is a Graduate of the be held in Gainesville, March and Canada, and the University Institute of Municipal Clerks: RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
University of Florida Law 2225. of Florida. Robert E Dcvelle, director of

School, a member of the South This course provides an op The keynote speaker will be finance, City of New Orleans, Mayor Kittles with the rest of NO DOWN PAYMENTI! aI
the food prepared by the _
Brevard oublicun Club, the portunity for the public adinlnis Sidney H, Woolner. Housing end president of the Municipal being p G
HtMihy!\ Mothers
American Legion, the Business trator to see current trends and and Home Finances Agency, Finance Officeis. Association; Zeke EvansConstruction
1\r.: I David L. Clayton. preslI '
F. Clark, Chicago, ex .
and Professional Women's Club, developments that will help him Washington, D C., whose subject
(I.nl of DC'Molay Mothers. urgesall
sponsor of the Keyettes Club at iolve everyday problems that af Is "The Accelerated Work, restive director of the nssocia

Eau Gallie High, and is cuircnt feet all municipal department Program: Its Implications for tion; and John Ward, vice prcsi. families to come out and en Co., Inc.

ly Chairman of the Eau Gallie and officials Municipalities Blackburn II dent of Chase.Manhattan Hunk, joan afternoon of fellowship 1425 Magnolia An", Indian River City, Ph. 267-3267

,, Cancer Drive She will be op. It will be conducted by the Ha/elhuist, Atlanta, will also New York Cll)'. and good food -. .- ----_n__ _____
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that YOU a mull ARK to JI1III-IIY foretime; a NOTIFIrU Mortgage/ .. : b
ham been flied alCaln.t vou In the YOURS
above Court by the above named ,
llulntirt, The I property, sought to be .
furei loM.il In an follows rt
Lot 8. !dark: M. t>i",(Ion J.3:I, I T R AY
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reior,I"'il In I'lat Hook 12 Page' I
M. I'ubll Hc.iorili of Brevaid
County, .'Iurl,".. T.wJL/
YOU ARE": KUJlTIRrn to file
your An.wer with the Clerk of the
Court and tnorm. a envy upon --- -
the Plaintiff Attorney. .'k!>.:" *
NATIIAN60V 210 H ulh MHKllnic'
ton Avenue, lllu.vlllp. H"rl.U, nut
later than April :21, 1J:*>4, If you full, FALCON FUTURA HARDTOP
to do 10. a decree pro cnnfcuno will
b" entered agalnHt you fir the relief .

demanded my In ban the I (end'ompUIntWITNK8S I meal) .of MI Falcon for '64 All-time economy champ with new
all I Court at Brcvarl County. this '.
18 day or March, 1st;4Curtla : I tit style, new comfort and the plushest ride ever built
llnrneClerk \
: ; ot'd Court: I into a compact'!
Hy; llertle HallUeputy
Clerk I I'I
Court Scull '
Mar. 211, J7, Apr a. 10
Ti' 'INK: (11(1'1 I'r ell' 1\r 0. TICK: "
NINT11 al: 1,11IU' : II'M'n\: ,
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1 MAnY 1' LMbKSON. .
1) .tendantxiTU .
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1IT Wet Hlxth Street FAIRLANE 500 2 DR, HARDTOP
South Uonlnn, ManKHchunpttiiYOU
that complaint for divorce I has .
( .
\ (-- been filed .aln.t you. and you re' ; :
, your hereby answer required or to other merge pleading a copy of to .: ; F4 ... This is the 1964 Fairlane-I unique combination of familvsize ;:j": '

the complaint on the plolnllff' al.torney. .
"IF mind
and feel will
William. C. Irvin. Attorney .111 room sports-car change your
at law alp:! North A'lantk. Avenue .. i l."t, ... '
Cocoa lloach. riirlila and I to file the '4'c r ., about how much you can get at so low a price! "
original answer or other pluutllnx q Ie ,i
In the of flic of the Clerk. of the : #
Circuit! Court on or before the lint I ..
day of April l-X-4 If you fall to doan 0 ,
a decree pro cimfenno will be ;1
entered axalnit you. '
HONIAN1J 1)1KFn: at Tltmvlllo '
; Hrevnrri ('"untv. henna, title 64
llhth day of March' I l'xtl.
i, CI'KTIS It HAIt.M-S, rtVltK
OF TIII- CIRCUIT: cotiir11Y : ffP
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Deputy Clerk ,.
C Court Seal)
/. WilliAm e Irvin
At ornry for I'Inlnt,ff FORD'CARS
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P'o" / T1tulvln. (Flerlda) Starr Alh'Clt. Friday, March 20, '1164

1F ,,f/I1JJl n; ;I 0 i Parkway Shows One,Track Home Slate,MeetParkway I

Wtf, 1 Junior (rack fans will. Eau Gallic

have only one opportunity to wit parkway's Seventh Graders
'mess the squads at horn this

.,- R'""1r.,;f' 'f." .. ., -. --... "-S.- .- '- -.,,-,., yrar'as the 'Pirates host Centralof ,won the county championship last
I Eau Gallie and Southwest of year

nte Four Terrier Teams Melbourne April 10 Following is the entire schedule
: :: i .... HMM Spa*Her. The season for Parkway will ,for'Brevard County Junior Hich
get underway April 2, at Clear 'Schools:
: It's considered unusual for receive lake Junior ''High in'Cocoa, With
a sports writer to a April 2 Clearlake 3:31): ) p,mat .
compliment for writing an article concerning a teem, or in- Edgewood Parkway and Clear. Cocoa

I :.dividual player :In fact the.general procedure has been to Playing ,Here TodayAll lake entering teams. Edgewood'Parkway
,1 of
\call that"sports guy" and give him a "hunky dorey" chewIng Athletic Director Ken Gaslin '

I' out. It usually-comes from some irate momma who didn't Parkway laid the Pirates! will .
3 Southwest 3:30: m
a' April p
four major spring sports several runners, including have four meets, Including their
her ion's in .
see name printWhat's
teams will holt contests 'today couple of sprint men, who may'I home contest, and also compel Central,
more unusual, is to hear from a who lives
person at ,Titusville High 'School. not !see action today because of Ing at ClearlJke, Melbourne and Satellite
I lathe other end of the county. .
Edgewood 4pm
April 10
Track, tennis, swimming and injurlcd muscles Ken Hadaway,
I-:| Today, the ,sports department ,received a letter from w l .. host.
baseball teams will all 'have one of the Terrier's fastest 100 I McColler Keller
I Barbara of Melbourne. .
LaCapra It was one of those kind Satellite
activity at 3 p.m. today. men has a pulled led muscle and :j ,
\ you want to place in a gold frame, 'send lit to the Hall of and Southwest
I Coach track has times'j
Don Godwin's practiced only two
Fame, memograph et least a million copies, -end one April 10 Parkway 4 p.m.
team with record of 3.1 will this wctk Allen Killip has a'
a I rV
.tn each pocket, Strange as it may seem,I this was a letter On Ladder "Top"In host,
entertain Satellite 'Beach and loose) muscle in his angle
;of congratulations and "thank you" all rolled into one. 3nd'l Central
Orlando Evans, and Oviedo Clifford Cooper, a relay
\ Miss LaCapra was congratulating for coverage on atrack the Ladder Tournament of and Clearlake
\ meet herein Titusville that Involved the Terriers, Eau while the girl and boy swimming also has a pulled leg muscle 'I j the Women's Golf Association at April 17 Edgewood 3:30: p.m,

.Gallic and Oviedo, and related her "thanks" to one particu- quads meet Melbourne Coach Coach: Bailey will possibly I the Whispering Hills Country host,

:Elf: section the fact that we were the only paper to fully Morrell Bailey's baseball squad start either Tommy Edwards or j Club, still retaining top honorsare Clearlakeand

recognize: the .thletlc abilities of ,Richard Clive Callaway will play Sanford and the Tennis Wayne Craddock on the mound : Mrs. Bernice McCotter in Southwest

:loflEau( f! 'G lUe. team, coached by Frank Tom today Craddock hurled a no-hit ] "A" Flight and Mrs, Jackie Kcl April 17 Central '4 pm.

dale will clash with Satellite inning game against New ler In "'B" host,
;During this meet records were broken, set, and more
HEADS FOR HOME Dan heads for home
Sporting a record of 3,1, the Smyrna 'Beach, earlier this Bingham Parkway
,written, and the boy responsible one was/ Callaway. plate Monday afternoon against New Smyrna Beach, after Tied for first place with low
Terrier track team will be trying week winning 2.1. Satellite
According to Barbara's il tter, apparently the:Star-Ad-
J Morris hit ball to short for the weekly event
a ground Bingham run score
-not only to win In the Terriers gross .
the meet, swimming, May\ 1 Southwest 4pm
vocate was the only I in IBrerard to give the
paper County broke a 1-1 tie in the eighth inning to give the Terriers were Mrs\ Bernice McCotter and
but also/ come up with some fast boys and girls are coached by I i 1 I host,
!his needed credit for
I boy1 jumping'6'4" breaking
a county the win,-(S-A Photo). Mrs. Grace Williams In "A"
record. I times In order to qualify for the Larry Monhollon and Sue Thomas Parkway
rand state Cdllaway'e'name
'Young was evidently Flight and Mrs. Emma Adamictz
:lost somewhere in ''thel1'nlddle all other stories, however Florida Relays In Gainesville Carrying a record of 1.1. In -a" Flight Edgewood 4 pm.

:jour department 'tarried ''CalkvayS name above the local during Easter weekend. both units were defeated by .I Tiiusville Lillle BoysTo host,

team, mainly due to 'the 'fact ,that he-had broken the state 'Monday, the thlnclads Almost Cocoa Tuesday, League Since March 30th is the closing Central .
which he lost' took 'a clean sweep in the 440 The Terrier tennis team is the date for qualifying rounds'to be Clearlake 4 pm,
:'high: jumprecord, net year as a sophomore
"Your in Brevard that yard dash and 180 yard low only undefeated.;) team at THS ,In for the Club Championship host
-- newspaper was'theonly one covered Register For Season Saturday
it'with the enthusiasm'that-should be given to such a hurdles to come from behind, Carrying a record of 4.0, the Match to be held In April; members Satellite
fine athlete. Other. to and then swept the final event, Terriers will meet Satellite ''today must hare their ''qualifying May 9 County Meet 10 a,mat .
papers gavs.little or no recognition Titusville ,Little ''League will or Little League, may competefor recorded 'that date. Cocoa
the mile! relay to defeat Colonial Their match scheduled to. scores
:Diim: needless to Barbara said.
say, even a I hold registration ,tomorrow on positions on the :Saturday!! ''and
.... of Orlando 'and Oviedo. morrow with Florida Military I
Two weeks after the Eau Gallie broke ,
junior I Sand Point at lmadge 'Wells 'Minor ,League units on April 11
She Coach Godwin said he has Aiedtmy has been canceled. j
record, he shattered it again in the'Kiwanis Relays in Little League: Field between 1

;:Winter Park by leaping a 6'6", II and 4 pm, Each boy wanting to 'play In

"Needless to say," Barbara added, "Callaway has re- the ,program must register and WE IHAVE
Ueived a bare minimum of coverage in,this area and Central Bowling News All boys interested In joining(/ pay 'registration fees of '.$i,50,

-Florida I think for a trackster, who has reached second in I the league must be 8 years old bring a birth certificate and be

She national level in high school competition, he should be .. before: 'August 1. and not be 16 accompanied a parent 7'e STY RO'BIR'DQEX'C'LUSIVE

.recognized as well as other boys who set records and perForm before August '1, This will be Titusville's second ,
Acct. Service
well"However DAC ,Mixed
High team SeriesMerrills: The tryouts for team and season as a sanctioned
I one thing Barbara did not mention in her League, however, the tony Lea
Individual Marlin Acct Service, 1934
: held
will be
game league assignment
Getter was that Callaway also runs the fastest 100 yard dash '' .,. gue division received their char.
Munillm. Wrtn J
Norman, 224 Chuck Price, :199 '
:3or: the Eau Gallie team. ; Harrington Cleaner 64 40Hhafrcr April 4, for all major leaguersand ter several months ago and they
High Individual series Ma rim '
Only a junior, Callaway's future is more 'than 'bright. 'Norman, S32, Chuck Price: 527, -Burger *King Pla.a'Hardware *63 0 44 41 the pony league Boys who will be under their first sanction

::Ranking second highest nationally in high jump competition Hlcharrt. 'Aircraft, lit 45/ are not assigned to either Pony ed year.
High team game: Sooners, 783 Merrill a Ace Hervlct 61 43/
tallaway:: may be hitting close to the,7 foot mark by the time High team series: Sooners, We.lern Auto BS'4' 474 -
Cheer don Mobil Homo 94\
S 4914
from school. ,
Je high 2013 Keel Inauranc: tl M C
: Our only complaint is Callaway does,not live in Titus- ........1... ,u.n IL..I5..nr. Hlne Or...Ian. 49Vi K4HCvUef ,
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3/ifle i. 515 5@,. 2t1i teltH"nt.na.nl@ lean 1 'National Car Bank ''4 44>* 67Vt uoMacko MORE ROOMS ARE PAINTED WITH
We are positive both CoachtQalnes'andtCoaehiOodwincould t4Vfc 1SHHlllbllllea '. Lounge 38 68Cttlaeni I

:: : use Callaway in track and football. .Incidentally, hexas ..Beens It 19 .'18Ha. 11Kabbla Bank 35* 68V4

also an All-Brevardlirst-string halfback. Kou...ra 19 SI :
Alley Ooop. 19 21 Koffoe.League I SUPER KEM0NETHAN.ANY
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Gutter Bnlpt 16% 23'4Had : I
I 8cratuhe 15. J1/ High Individual game: 'Glcnna
Aw Bhucki ira ,2j !Miner, 228; Evelyn Kincade, 223 .
Gutter Uuatcr lilt JS',4' v
High Individual series: Glenna

Mon. Nite Mixers Miner, 609; Evelyn Kincade, 168H .
'.amllnc \\". I.nut
High Individual game: 'Don Hleata Motel OB 35Pon ,
Carlson, 206, June Ryan, 192. la Weitern Auto 66 35II I
4 E Shirt Lettering 64 38
High Individual series: Art fUeel. Tavern 61: 37t vy6

I Schnurstein, 508; June Ryan, 506. '!rat/ ..Mortgage Home. 60'60'4''!. 39'Juatle. 8914Muter

High team game: Team No 6, Cleaner) 7Vi 42'.
639. l.e"1 Southern Room BBS 44'.
T Q Mule 92<.4 47 4
High team series: Team No 2, George Barley Realtor 6n<4 4tV) i
Adair Beauty Shop 49 SIKat .
1840Ann Boys 45 5lt/ Lr ,,,r'I
Whitaker converted the J. E. Evan. Aiane 42 54I .N
>ay* Cleaner At Ian tig
6 7 10 splitftlandlnca Plumbing 184, (14
"' Team No :2 :29 11 Joyce Plumbing 83: 68
Y ;au.aa4w :+ Team No, 1 23 17 Pltkethlay Blgelow!
s 4 Team No 8 2J 18 Service Station 81 8}
>ahI Team No 6 SI 14 FLY EVER MADE
Team No. 10 20 2)Woodchoopper ) Saffy DoodlesHigh I
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Tem No. 7 19 21 rKem
The Tm ANOC No 5 15 18% 2fOo 21' % individual game: Peggy Looping Diving Gliding Performinglike

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High Individual aeries: 'Peggy
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Lady Keglcr Tumey, 496Bel .

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High individual .game: : Vera Daffy Doll)! M 44
I.a.v Dante M 44 bridle automatically compensates for speed and
Wilson, 198 Clcanne Gleason,
; Daffy Dllla M'/4' 44Vi" altitude. '
193. JDJ.'I 85 '45
Double Dee. 53 4Sdlowpnke
High individual series: Vera .. 51 49 Tone Styroblrd is extremely durable, but lightweight.
1 Wilson, 550, Clearlne Gleason, Illue Coat 4N't 5H4
Kra' Kat 48 53: With a wing spread of 32'Va inches siyrobird
500, Lady Bug 44* 56H"
MUlle Cat 41 58 weighs just a little over two ounces.
High team Merrill
game: Hopeful 89 61

.. Available In pure white.

TERRIERS EXCHANGE Herb Smith hands off to

Tommy Ream during the first round of the mile relay at RIVERSIDE TEXACOIs BIRD FLYING KITE .
:Titusville High School Monday. The Terriers won the lovelier
It's the easiest to rooms. One
.event and also the meet over Colonial of Orlando and FOR RAINY DAY PAINTING
coat and one gallon does the wallsof
K3viedo.-(S-A Photo). Now Under

an average room. Guaranteed washable.We WALL

: .. ONLY New
ManagementNow have all the NEW colors WONDERFUL WATER TOY

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: .. F.turlng Six SOKC FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY $ 79

i I Ch.mpin. in a Victory Tilt 20%/ OFFON only 1

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..... OUT8TAMDIN8 lDlcyel..R.dloTV
M '' 2P' M. MOTOR R 56.61 $$5.95 Open A Charge Account Up'1'o.5 Month With No CAR SERVICE CENTER [ CarAeeeaaorle.r .

?Cyl.TUNEUP Carrying Charg Wlat.So-Ev.rl
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Sarryl No Mineral Complete Brake Work Available! I EASY TERMS


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Friday{ Much 20, 1964 'TlhitvllU (Florid1) St.,. Advocit Page7rlsrw' t
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Folklore Seminar Plans I
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Miss Thelrrtfl Doltin. Program sibs on folk tale*, legend and 'us early as I'' sslbfe. .ccol'Jfiilr N
A 1 ri Director at the Steven Foster taMng will tic held to Or1 Humphrey, i'.
Memorial in White Springs, and' IhdtVldtiaU desiring to pttend' dud/ tb the! limited' facllltleii pt:
.' noted Folklorist will be one of th* two day Seminar should lend the' rIlee: ; attendance at tnfcSernln
the speakers at a Folklore ah advance1 registration of $$22(1:( v 111 I ie, (United' td t2c 3 3HOwDA
Seminar being planned at Bre to the!+ Fineness Maniger in cafe
yard! Junior College: on March of Brrvard Junior College, Cocoa( '

...'.. 27 and 28, -- -.
The Seminar under the dlree JI'l/llll5.5sI iV( flirt. riHii<'ir IITItt'Potts': V HtlMlliV:\I5Tn'. ; !, ;U
tan of Dr, Robert K Humph IX tM> Mill llttlV: 'HI.l c'u'.n, .
HIM VHS \41. iw d"Worldlc .
rev, coordinator of community MITM, Y or ,5i5.14: I .'
cci\icci for the college, will hold Fins'" ? rtnCItAI, VlmFf! 1M'.r. No. 1 CrcU" ..
4 IOAN J AHfMM' / Ila> .! 4 Cycle No Oil MIX .'
(the first of two sessions on the VAKU ('III'! NTV, M.OItllM} ...
:\enlng of Msrcli l 27 at 7:30 p.min lUlnllfr.JAMF'S ,. r,
ra .
the college administration H. J10WMAV end, TtiFti: I
i 1-8: A M, HOW\ ) MAN. his wire. rl al.! .'
d8l rom( building.
I pef.nrlant6 '
1 t On the program,,; with Miss Nolta\ b.rrbv trKnn. .l pursuant. ,, ta 1 r .I'.
} l + a flnnl Drcrr. n' I-ore 01. mm dole'' 1 } y .
n w r' G eR.dX baton will be Dr. Alton Morris the lath: dsv) or Marcn' tttM anil;; .
y wiUrrd In : ;
to thuncrrv Na HZ1T "r( 'the
e QQ. 5 Of the Department of English Circuit Court of lh. Ninth Judlrlil ::
with the of Florida, (!Irculi In and I for Itrevm-l CniititVi:! 'i ,
Hnrl.U' whrrln, FlHsT frh DPItA). "; ,
who will deliver a lecture on HA IATIOV' MOIl KISEVAItIllcnl'NT'Y: : '. I
Folk Songs, rinlUDA, I I. plaintiff and, JAMP9 1f
n HOW.MAN and .
Other pal ticlpnnts In this first IltWMAN, "hi' wlf*,TllMlfSA M .....:"ors ,d.|M.
nssioi: will be Phil Koss: and frniUnli I will iirll I. thx I liUhcit 1 1I I
blililisr far cash it Irm from doornt 9 i
Merlin Mitchell, Brcvard Junior 4h. Hrhvird 1 fnintv i College Instructor, who will !Iq Tlltin: lllc( Mrfvnr.l l County, PlorlU I Models j J
.. : pro I ; wllhlh tht |phl h<,nrH <'f nitln j
''7I -' ''!''- sent ballads and folk onKs for on the I (Uy if April 1M: ; tin fI/

CHARTER MEMBERS Titusville Chapter of DeMolay celebratirtg the Koller, Bobby Wittwer. Ronald Morton, Marc }JViendnd, Eugene McCoskey, (the participants: f"Inwliur I,:1If..ilpwr\hfl.mil\ Hnul prnimty, 1 Drcrm' ,, 'in as;wit art From $$299 lo $$195HAM'S
lllnrk i 1 I AVIVIIOIIOMUf.
45th! anniversary of the founding of the organization this week Shown John Feagan; (third row) Jim Mathison, Mike Knight, Murray Conrath, tho second session of the : Million II. according tit ,
I above are charter members of the local chapter when it was formed itt 1960 Mike Tier, Buddy Cirick, Hunter Tait, George Mathison, Scott Duff, Mike Seminar will' be held on Much lliok flat lht-ri 14, 1'0">nf, ivcoriliMl 4:1.lublin: In rnrnril flat i
Left to right (first row) Owen Feagan, Mike Johnson (deceased), Johnny Jacobus; (fourth row) Glenn Chapman, Dave Partain Johnnie Merriman, 28th and will begin at 8:30: a.m. of Hrcvur.l County. 1..1010. ,
Dugger, Tommy Ellis, Steward Neven, Steve Forrester: (second row)' Ken Art Johnson, James Stewart, Larry Goodwin, Jim Stewart and Carl Mance. The program will begin with a rlhnr Th. Mill with iirorrrty all ln >mnti tfnrmiilil, hrrrilllmonti to-
lotture: on the folk tale, delivered sad ppurtrnanc" thrrt- CYCLE CENTER( "
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unto holnn ln or In ;
KVWUM" aoPTtalnlni '
"lam V J f" fats a'7 ualF l 7r by Dr Ralph Steel DORRS of are being mil to ntl.fy
the sold l l ilecrrnDntnl .
the Unherslty of Miami this ]18 day at March A.D I Magnolia Plaza, Titutvltl '
'TIT l VILe A square dance demonstration l'B4, Curtis R na..n., Clerk Circuit 562 King St.) Cocoa "!
is then planned in the Student Babcock St? Kau CatlU
.. I Ily"rv: H. 1I1.n".r,
k 1TLJV Ci liter. Following the Di-puty Clerk "N..d 2 Whttlt-S.. H.mbonil
demonstration, A panel discus Circuit( Cntirt ""ml.> I
Mar 20 (Fr1yn4./ )
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ATTEND MEET Several members of Boy Scout troop .
340 of Titusville recently attended a Scout-A-Rama heldat '
Cocoa. The event was an all day affair and was an an- THE PLACE TO TRADED : QSho n 4
nual meet. Shown above are three members of the troopas

I they show their display on electronics and radios. Theyare \WHERE GOOD DEALS ARE MADE! 1,
sEVERAL from left: Jim Scandrett, Robert Wunder and Mark :

>; MEMBERS ATTEND six Sc&ndretf, David! Whitehurst, John Davis, I
members of Boy Scout Troop) 340 olf.Titus- and Robert Wuhder The troop is' sponsored tickets to win a Radio Kit: --- SPECIAL SPRING SELL-EBRAT10N
Ville attended a Scout-A-Rama Cocoa by the Methodist Men's Club and There were 22: Scout units See The
recently. Some of them are shown above. the scoutmaster' is Clarence Wunder participating in the Ex ositlon.
i They: are from left: Mark Hogue, Jimmy Star AdvocateFor
*. Because of the interest shown it I Your THESE ARE JUST A FEW'OF OUR HONEST BARGAINS!

i b hoped that the Scout show I
will become annual affair, Printing Needs! .
Local .Scouts Win Honorsscouting !an
-. Top ) I Lis; I -......-, 61 Ford Galaxie $$1395' 59'hd' ( V7Bei Air $$89'5 :

; !in Action an Exposition B.P.O.E, Titusville, "Salt ModeJing" Baptist Church, Merritt Island 4.Door, economical ilx'ttlck. Only 4-Doer, peWSrgllde! radl, heater, _

I of Scout skills and '; Second place; Pack 324, "Pioneering Models"A 18,000 actual mll$ and clean J Of J new; path. .

crafts by Cubs, Boy Scouts, and Methodist Men's Club, Cocoa, ticket'selling contest for all

Explorers, was held at the "Collections"; and Third place: participating scouts, cubs, and 61 V-W ConV $ 61 Falcon( 1 door =
Cocoa Saturday National, Guard Armory Name Pack 313 Society St Mary's Rockledge Holy, explorers earned Bill' Anderson $995 $$1049
of Troop 333 a free week at Coupe Sttal this on., wi are! Slick, runt good, Ilk. I -
Among the exhibits were dis- "Plaster Molds
Camp La-No.Che this summer. tiling It .t wholctaU.6Hh6v. F.leon Should.
ploys of making and weaving _.
rope The Troop winners were: Bill sold 232 tickets to becomethe
rabbit raising, salt modeling Fir t place 354, Methodist Men's top winner for the district. '
plaster molding, pioneering, Club, Cocoa, "Model Camp The top seller for the Boy Scout 6 ( Conr. $
cooking, first aid, archery Site"; Second place: Troop 320, was Robert Wadell, Troop 310 $2295 60 Ply. Belvedere $$795
and:l astronomy. A model camp First Presbyterian Church, Ti who sold 101 tickets and was V8, poworglid, power flooring,
door, VI, utamitlc drive.radio ,
site was set up explaining the tusville. Neckerchief and Neck- wared a Path Finder Compass. 't radii and.hater, gleaming( white .
heater. seat!
7 A. \IV coVIn.
difference between safe and unsafe erchief Slide Making";; ahd The top Cub winner was Steven with rod Interior -
camping. There was also Third place: Troop 333, First Camp of Pack 333 who sold 23 / rr "
a demonstration of boating safety -

tion and of the an illustrated John F Kennedy descrip- : -- '62 (Chev. Vi' Ton $$1395 60 (Chev. Bel Air $$1195] ]
Memorial Canoe Trip to West ,ARE YOU ALL WET? man Like a now on*. 4.docVI, pOII/trllllde,
Palm Beach r I' ,_. ridtfl' and heater ,

During the show five judges Get A New TcAt. for' I'land ,
your .
at each exhibit Cad. 4-door
were looking 57 $$895
for originality, aptness of thought .Tit' 62 (hay. Monza $169r$ j
best presentation of the TAYLOR'S AUTO UPHOLSTERY Hardtop, Flootwood Spoclol Has .
Idlals of Scouting to the pub Is the land clearer who operates vorythlng Including air conditioning: all..et toot, 4 In the floor, \

lie, and best contribution td 1027' S. Hopkins nl1ue Caterpillar.built equipment In your area. A fine car, realty priced low radio, water, one owner __ _
the Scouting movement 't \
The three Cub Pack winners AM1 7.1170 What kind of man is het? He's the type ";
were: First place: Pack 310, "0 -
--- -- that will give you the best clearing job MONEY SAVER SPECIALS :

at an economical rate.. You can count on

his being dependa- Ie because he operates -

ADDITIONSAND Caterpillar t machines, servicedby 1956 MERCURY 1 DOOR$ stick V-8 $$395*0 :

Radio and hectic
p The Caterpillar e iulp'ment he operates

AND means a lot, too Besides t its being the 1956 PACKARD FOUIT DOd ? $$195 j

MORE most dependable machinery-It's also Hit everything, runs fine, no rust
REPAIRSUP capable of the many Different Florida land !

ROOM clearing Jobs (like stlimpmg' clearing pal I

mettos, ditching and 1 raining lower areas). I 1955 CHEVROLET / TON PICK-UP $$449 j

L Coed Solid Truck. a
/ 0 For land clearing-the man for your I' aa i a

/ land Is the one wh operates Caterpillar .

equipment, serviced 'by Rozier SEE THESE AND MANY MORE AT. 1


UP TO 5 YEARS BANK' FlNAvNCl OAT LOW B'AiJK RAf E$ JOS. L. Brevard Motor Company i




You will Bo ,!lleI' you dull with u.. If wo con't help you, .. III' won hurt you. Plenty of prlt. :

ORLANDO .'.FLOJ:1IDA.YAMf:1A.: lug spaci. ttico, friendly, courteous olotmon. All looker don'l buy but all buyers look. ': : ;

STACKHOUSE CONSTRUCTION CQ. : 8T5 N. Magnolia Ave. Next to Best Builders Supply : : \
Cal.relller, Cat .sd lrneaesl.r arm g.ll.t.e.d, Phone 267-4391 Indian River City :
., Florida P. O. Box 2122 Phone AM 7-3S8J rrsdtassIle .f Ces.spiIlse, Trast.r c. t\
OYW 30 Tiara Construction & Home Financing Expftlenee .


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gage I TituevillaPleridsSlar.Advoeai.( ) Friday' March H, 1NI

Hat Contest Highlights MeetingThe I

Third Session Of Landscape '.t, -

Whispering Oaks Garden hostesses Proceeds for this In planting one of the Islands Roman and Mrs J A Day art

And Garden School March 24The Circle met on Monday, March card party will be used to enroll north of town on U S. No.1. in charge of the luncheon and

16. at the home of Mrs. R G the circle members 100 percent This Is a General Garden Club will announce their plans at a

.tt V Ruffe, Smith Drive The high. in PRIDE project In conjunction with the later date
third session! of the North are: Dooryard Citrus and other
3 + 7 9n Brevird Landscape and Garden fruit for the Homegrounds Fertilizing light of the meeting was the !Mrs\ B K. Schultz gave a report city and PRIDE Organization Mrs. Ruffe was in charge of

pgIi ___ School will be held at 7:30: pro .and Maintenance of the Spring hat contest. Each member on the palm trees which Election of officers was held the program: and gave a very

made up her own design were planted on the parkways chosen to informative talk and demon.
K on Tuesday March 2-Uh at the Landscape Insects of Ornamental with the following
d Whispering Hills Elementary Plants and their Control and and imaginations certainly ran along the streets in Whispering hold office next year: Mrs. B stration on making corsagesFloweis .

School Selecting Plants for the Land wild. Mrs C M Brlmer Mrs. Oaks Tho City of Titusville .C. Schultz Circle Chairman; and supplies were oa

p by jcape Plan. iI1 W L. Gardner, Mrs J. A donated and planted over 200 Mrs T L Watts, Program hand and each member made a

Iiterested person who have -? information and printed Stradley, Jr were award, the trees for this project. A vote Chairman, ; Mrs Heib Ruth, different corsage to take home.
nut attended these lectures
tia material obtained at these sesMoris prl ea. of thanks was given for the Secretary and Mrs A Roman The next meeting is to be a
should to attend theretraining
yet plan will be of much to wonderful Job they did. As a Treaium. The Installation of field! trip to State Headquarters
use A the
four mtvtings You report was given on
( result of this, circle members Officers will be held on May 18 and Mead( Gardens in Winter
w can pick up the literature per. newcomers to the area as wellas card party which was held on
voted to donate $100 to be used Mrs. W. L. Gardner Mrs. A Park on April 20.
taming to tile first two sessions to established residents, saidS March 12 at the home of Mrs. --- -- ----
at the dnvr.SubJ'cb A. Rose Assistant County T. L Watts. Mrs. A Roman and
Phone AM 7-1511 Store Hours: 10 A.M to 9 P.M.
yet to be covered Agf nt. Mrs F. W Griffis were co I

Store Hours: OSTRICH HANDBAGSiiudsou

I t 10 A.M. To 9 PM r

Phone AM 7.1511

1 So sensible and fashionable for Easter and

evMmw ecI all year Ostrich handbags in the new-

cst of shapes. Beautifully detailed and

r 4 lined White and colors.

TO BE DEDICATED The new sanctuary of St James 2.99 TO 10.99

,Missionary Baptist Church in Mims, will be dedicated in

e ceremony at 3 p. m. Sunday. Rev Robert Peterson is

pastor of the church.-S-A Photo).

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1\ A\t: II F/IB HgFVt81) Illtrh:"
J It t you have rental ( :" NO: trim,: .. wi
>:" on<'.; i>i' .H\i r; 1p /

housing, list t it in FIRST LOAN ASSOCIATION FhDKUAT RAVINGS OF liitfc AND:. u ,. ? s PrY

The Star-Advocate! .vaJAMirH- tLOIUDAPlulntlff

: n. ROWMAN mil TllhKK .
:tlA M BOWMAN. tola wife. rt ala.Dof"ndll .
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:>OTH E OK AI"I'lUATHIN' tO Notice la hereby given pursuant I ?rg r C C4 tr !
.U'\Tt ILtTMto to a Final Decree of roretloaura 1,
dated the 18th day of March twit!
WHOM IT MAT COWCER 1 1a I sod entered In Chancery No 2721V:: '.. ...
.Nttlc. U hereby liven of the In' of the Circuit Court of the Ninth
g ....lIun of ROY t.. ROBERTS It Judicial Circuit In and for Hrrvar' I p 1A\\(' i I '-' .. ...
SON (GROVES INC.. a Florida corp County; .Florida wherein, FUlln'FEDtJRAL ... ,Q '- e..
.ratlun. to apply. lo the lIuard of ASSOCIATION ot UKI VAIU I IUL'NTir > ( : A. :
touDtjf; CommlMlonon uf Ur v rdVouily (' FLORIDA la plaintiff % tf ;.1
.. Horlda. at tI.. county court. and JAMES II BOWMAN and I : ,
TIIFRL8A: M. BOWMAN hll wife. V" '-:- ,((; _
IOUM at TltmvlllB. Horldu. at I:DOUo at all. are (defendant I will sell to \\I' Y :' t.
'p <.kAM. on April Illh 1904 oral I the highest bidder for caiih at L thn -e 't: 'I
Woo thereafter ai etlllonur tiiay be front door of the llrevard. C unly 1 f" (.6 ,,
Courthoum. In Tltunvllle Ilrevar,I to. .. G (j
beard. to vacate. curtain nortluni of County. Florida. within she ligiil ... .
1 the following plate In llr! .v rd hauri of late on the 3 day of April" EASTER PARADE PREVIEWCome ...(J !" ;
'roomy. .Florida to-will: 'IM4 the following dnirlhol.. |properly l''>. : !. ,
I 1 .... Th
.. set forth In until Final Decree see all the 'suers '" { (
(a.) That part of LAN OPSCOTT to-wit; enchanting garden- \ .. IJ .

'8 MOOR LITTLE KAItMH lot 41. Block 2. FLAMIVdO fresh flower hats draped malines in i 0 (,. .. .. ,"''. J'_. c.,
a. recorded In Hat Hook 3.. PaJ. <. HOMES: Section II. according. In. 4 y1t11, "" ." J "" :6* jja'
the flat mint candy colors straw suitors
.,. described ailliglnnlnK : thereof rennrded In crisp 1 .t '
Hat Book II pugs 4J "pullloFlorn' .. I'k'
at tin Norlhwulerlyc ': of r"V'rd CoUnly. and all the other new looks of Spring ". ; .. <
of farm 1 an .huWII on .
aid plat, run them Buuthtaal. The odd property aa afureold to all designed to make every womana 1 ,' st .. .

nrly. along the Wnterly line of tether with and' all appurtenance tenement: ;, hrredlt there lovely lady. Choose yours now J N. __ ,'u. r .

kill Farm. 1. and the Southerly unto Belonging. or In any"''I.* iimr" .
while selections
lalnln.' are greatest! We show V. v
being sold' 1 to .atl.fy -
oUnalon thereof lo the Weilerty the aald deime ? .. -...
extension of .lh. fcuutherly ADo""l8 V1" "lk dy March. 3 from our huge new Easter collection. ,. -
line of farm 12 aa ahuwn oa
aid plait hellos run taalerly Court Curtla R Darner Clerk Circuit Others 2.98 to 14.98. W I J

along the Southerly lines of By V 8. SpanglerClroult .
.arma la. 13. 14 IS aa nhown
on aild plat, to the Houthtaaterly" War, ; ::1
pl ( ) 1964, I
corner of laid Poem Sal thence
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run Northerly along Ua Lauturly
i Iliiu of odd I aim IS la to.

jioilhvanlerly\ t.inir. theieofIbenia ; STORE HOURS; f to A.M. TO 9 P.M. to TITUSVILLt SHOPPING CENTER PHONE AM 7-1511
run Wu.terly along the
Northerly' hoe of aid heron It I '"' ,

along to tiereot the the tuenua Northwesterly Kutturiy. run Northerly knee corner of I THE MAN WHO CARES HOW HE LOOKS AT EASTER

>.arma 1 ft 4 ai a"own oa Maid
plat to tha f\>onhea.liirly corner '
vi card. *arm 4; thence run
V.'..l.rly along the Northerly CHOOSES A SUIT BY SAG NER'1lldseJ
lines ol Fauna 4 4 1 1
chows on. cow //1. tu. tu. point
ol btflunlng

AND Uiglunlng at the Northwesterly
.,. iue ol farm it aa shown unsaid 7Izii0cedtizeoe
plat run tliuui-a IIUUII.I'
a. ) auug. t.iurnu .. ..".""1, Iruee If A
lt>. li. lit r IV eu uttowiu
aa. .d soul. tu I..a ..HuulliweaIV .-
cur..ui of cold .rfliil III; Vr4Aeaitcfo/ai :
tlitmco run Kaaicriy. .101,5. hue I :
o..ulnerly h0001.0 id to'.m 1*
1u the lIuutb".fI! curlier
..tbe..f; Ii.en" run 1'Iunlle.l Ifoluug
toe jutaierly! HUM vt Bald. 8-IrOM dClfjI
taiuu in M, 11 r1 la lbMonueaiterly .
turner of mill'
lawn li: thence "..1."y hurl
lit Northerly line of Mud fcaiiulu
to the puml ot ,uci-muliig" :
at the Nurlhwuterly. w s
.iuulig p'
...,.SItr. ut ..a.w al ad "uwa uoa I' I
old I."IrU' thniiu kuutherlyji
UK the I V:rly i liner of
ruiiiin U ja: >. uliown on mid
plot. to the fcjuihweaicrly' ctirict .
o( laid, hub 1..i| Itcuut. run
'l.au-iiy alunic, tiiH buulburly Ilia"it
nil t.rin U tu In H!utu--
>a.lerly curucr thereof: I lieu. ..
tui (tuiilurly. clung the ta! l.rly :
line. uf cod ...r.ta: lo the
'..lIh..lorl', Loner thereof;
.theni. rUn runorlyuiTiy along the
Ilne| of ...rnl U a>!
..huwn un sold ,plat. Lo IM.Noutheaelrrly
tumor thereof
Ihol''.a run Northerly. along. the :
La.erly! lint of aid farm. J3 Iv
.1he Nurlh.'erly. eurller tuere..uf .
; thence run Wpalnrlr' along
the,.. Northerly llnui of sold f7
.rm..1:: A 21 tu the point of
eglnnlur' :

)*" 'R'MhJtTI; r ,IrlIO Ha 0 re*

forded In I'Ut II"< k 5. Page *I H. lying
j Kn.lnly of Weldon, Hircet and
Vnulherly of Lin,'i In Avenue:
-to.) All of MLIIDIVUKIN (,lAKM8 >' \\7
t' e It \v hlMllnvUMm" .. m. I

.urded' -rllaU:"lok' n8AI I'age'e'l.a'. lylmc i ; I I
Id.) All of 1tt-tllJlIlJVhHON UKPAlir
UK .'AlutI\ Mt! 'UTI>MUOIt.
ia recorded in flat U"ok 1. loge kL1i
to, lying Southerly of Lincoln Awi" -
:> All "f nunniviHiov "P
ARM 16 KCUrrUMOUll Flat. .f
Book 6. Page 67, lying: I l-anterly ot
iianitrera. : fcl and HuiiUeily of (Coral4t
"lie; f
:n 8COTTMMHOR HI re.'nrlI \
t In Flat I nook I. Fmtit KJ lying
|)a.!'erly of tnamford: Hi,. Buithtrlvaf ; '"
Coral Avenue and Watterly ol t.;" ,
Mangrove Stg .: () ) '
All of NORTH FNO fcXTEX: 4 .wla.pr,+igeF'wi.'
lied' In Plat I Hook a' Pap M lying '
FuiUrly. of Stamford Street t exoeut O
kill 6 t of Hlock,4e thereof; ; NORTHCO L PESO PLTJMA:

r .. All, of. RE-HI BDIViaiOX OF

BCOTT8MOOR. aa rannnled InFlat .1 by SAGNER SUIT by SAGNER
Book T. Page 27 lying Faatrlr .
of Rlamfont'' Slyest and Woilrly r!t No weight to speak of. No wrinkles. No discomfort. No Imita j

(1.l )of All Mangrove of KB 'UWniVIMOX fired: nr You stay neat and look fresh all day long; because hot thermometers tion. Just the one and only Peso( Pluma by Sagner World's 1

FART EXTENSION!OF: FARMS as or* as.HroTTIt.MOOR NnfiTltpND yield to Northcool's cool touch. Refreshing man-made fabrics frost lightest weight suit of 65 f Dacroa 45% wool fabric woven .

Eaalerljr. Pert of Stamford Bonk 1. Pan Street 29 North.lying' ] their way into summer taking you along. Wrinkles stay out, creases by Pacific Mills.

irly I of Bunaal Avenue and Westerly stay In. Wash 'n wear or dry cleanable. C-+O-I tailored by Sagner ....
.. 55.00
of Mmogrova' Btrael: ._ ...w. ... __....
and la return the Bald land to aero In the pick of current fashion. Just slip on one of these tints and ._ ___

age.far tb. purpnia pf Uwtloa. soil know the true meaning of real comfort. ,: <
to ..c.... abandon and clue an ,.
streets 'Included la (aid portldn.>> of < "
aal Dated thl. 191h tI." of Mareb/lMI\ '.. d""dntnpa,' to keep you f e.nn" fortl 39.95

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Th. Vole of 25,000 North Br vard County RosldonU OPENINGINDIAN

FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, \\164 Patio 1-B

First Federal Indian River Area RIVER BRANCHOF ,


Reach Milestone With OpeningWilliamsburg First Federal I Savings i OF TITUSVILLE I;


MON. MAR. 23 to FRI. MAR. 27 ';

Style Unit ,."i <.

First In Area $

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flu Indian River area of Titus
\ iiiI' reaches a milestone Monday
"'Hi the opening! of the permanent r
headquarters( of the Indian t DO /
Rixir branch of First Federal i ;: A rDi
Savings!:: and Loan of Titusville -
An.I Indian River Plaza, the at 3: i :
tr Uivc shopping!: center along !
I It! hway 50, gets another addit :t ; :. 1
inn to a growing list of stores and 1I I
ill ices,
Built facing both the plaza F : 0"I .. Y
perking I area as well as CoquinaA I V """ ':
ime, the new first Federal I D f'ln t'
linil mil is in direct contract to ,, '
ether buildings in the Plaza : ,."
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Done in the Williamsburg! ,.
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tv" '-from architectural treat. ,. f
nnnt to furnishings-the new .:.. -
I ranch features attractive red Jf '
lirirk walls gabled roofs and
white columnar trim. ,. .
The layout is actually two sep .. -.
,irate, structures, joined by cov
"ro'd walkway, Between the two
structures is a wishing well 9x
flanked by a formal rose garden PREMIUMS AND GIFTS .

The Indian River branch of ONE TO A FAMILY
First Federal occupies the north
structure of the two and is served i
l by a driveway and parking
urea along the north side. A
drive-up window is located on
the north side. .r -
The south structure is divided INTERIOR Lobby of the Indian River week, is: shown with the attractive brass
into four offices, which have beenor Branch of First Federal Savings and Loan, and crystal chandelier as a center focal
will soon be leased. which will officially be opened next point. (S-A Photo).

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on the opening of the new

Indian River Branch Where Your Dollars Receive

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No Year's Wait
and Loan Association of Titusville 1

t 1 for This Higher Rate

First National.7 Bank ) Downtown Office Indian Itlv.r It) nch t

TITUSVILLE.Washington and Pin St.. FLORIDA' F eral
Your Full Sorvlco Bank :First Sa"ing$' !

I and Loan Association of Titusville ,

MomMr fedo.1 RosorYe sstam Momb Fodoral Oopoiit Insurant Car*.

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Friday, March
papa 2-15 Tltwvlllo (Florlda) Star a Advocato 10a1lda .

V If lit/ Started With One Store But Indian River Plaza Keeps Growing I


: :'' <- .' Sepper Co.Developer'. Federal Had Fabulous HistoryOf

l:. b. Ym + First Has
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..... Growing Indian River Plazais Growth Since Opening Doors In 1957First

.".. adding another
Yta merrbcr cf its shopping cent r"family" is done in the WjQiannburg
h Federal Savings and totaling over $11 million new. of the home headquarters
.. with the opening of the I
..,. ,.. permanent branch of First Federal Loan Association!. which will Statement cf) condition last since the Indian River branch colonial motif
;,t open its Indian River branch December showed savings accounts
( Savings and Loan.
permanent headquarters on totaling $8.2 million with
:Starting; tack with just the
Monday, has had .a fabulous his $3-3 million in first mortgage
Wma Dixie Store as the only
unit, the builders tory cf growth since organization loans
Sepper Corp.
1 t tg and developers, have worked to on Feb 7, 1957.First In May of last year, First Federal 4'V: We OfferCongratulations
Federal opened in the : moved into its new home at
t make this the area's most
t al' old Kevins Fruit Co. offices on the corner of Washington and
I ., E tractive center. 1 Washington Avenue and Kevins Main the former Citizens

___ ___ Stretching along Highway 50, Court in 1957: with assets of Bank, building and, for the eat,
tI with plenty of landscaped park. only $250,780, first time, had the room that
I ing area, the center has ccntinu-- But it didn't take long to was needed for such a growing
ed to add stores and offices 4n{ resell the $1 million mark. Assets financial Institution. T And Our
a planned development program. grew to $1.7 million by the Drive In service was offered for
And there are still more to be end of 1938, then to $2.8 millionin the first time.
I announced! J In (the near future. a'year later, to $3.8 millionby The beautiful interior has attracted Very Best Wishesto
a wr the end of 1900; up to $5.1 much Attention, not only
Joining with Winn Dixie and million by the end of 1961. locally, but in national publications

the Sipper Corp. in welcomingFirst This jumped to $7.5 million by as well .
Federal opening are River the end of 1962 and to $10.7 mil The Indian River Branch is
I :: IN BRANCH Martha Roseberry (right) who is assistant secretary, will be in Plaza Bowling Lanes, an automatic lion the end of last in contrast to the French style
::: assisted by Evelyn'Liner (left) stand ready charge of the branch along with Ed Rhine- laundry, 60 minute clean. by year I "t t.
I m to greet people for the grand opening of hart of the Association Board of Directors. era, the temporary office of Bre-

;: the new Indian River_Branch of First Federal -S-A( Photo). vard National Bank, Raymond's
=4 Savings and Loan. Mrs. Roseberry, Beauty Salon, Indian River Rex. Brass Crystal Chandelier I

oM all Drugs, Eagle Store, Automatic ,

f i it optometrist Appliance, and, Dr.Jay O. Bee G, Ryals Jewelers Vocal Point Of The InteriorInterior I !ti1First

I:t ar of the Indian River blue with white trim, setting off
+7 Y eM One unit to be occupied and the blocked oak flooring. Federal SavingsAND
Branch of First Federal Is I just as
under lease starting July 1 is the Natural finish shutters are installed
postoffice, to be located adja impressive in its Wilhamsburg in all windows
cent to the Winn Dixie Store. style a* the home office in
Another unit planned and downtown Titusville is in itt Furniture is all In the Wil The Opening of the

I about ready to begin Is the build French motif. liamsburg style a semicircular -

.Q. ing for the new Brevard National The two offer great contrast. hunt table in the lone private INDIAN RIVER CITY BRANCH
.. Bank. office, and colonial chairs,
.. Interior of both has been under
I t a ; ; Among other units planned is tables and a sofa, in the lobby.
g g the direction of Mrs. Dorothy
.. redemption store, touc Brass vases and other brass objects
a stamp
7 Miller, local 'interior designer unusual GEORGE Inc.
> located near First Federal. Interior walls of the Indian compliment the ,
"" tables
River Branch are done in a soft
.. A center focal point in the 342 S. Washington
..... museum of Immigration at the lobby is the crystal and brass TitucrilU. Fla. 2672711Congratulations

... base of) the Statue of Liberty; sr ': iiueiir rOI'.T isFtR ; "''lilt chandelier
the (' '' ''", FIAia.tut .
cooperation in building KKJoV..IIIJ 01' '' ---- -------
:2: NEW REFINERY The iast-moving in- six hundred acres, it is fed with crude oil Cathedral of the Pines as a all 1NCRRY: NO. 51555!
JJ dust rial upsurge of the Southeast was given from the Gulf Coast fields through the memorial. to women who have JULIO MAZAftREDO Plaintiff,
added impetus as the new Pascagoula world' longest underwater pipeline. Gas died in all cur wars, and many b1AZARREDO...
U refinery'of the Standard Oil" Company of oline consumption is growing faster in the other worthwhile projects. However Pl'RA Defendant.'
-Kentucky was placed on full stream.With South than in any other section of America our club has the privilegeof NOTICE OF tir
To: Pura A. 155 surer do
:a capacity in excess of one hundred thousand and the construction of this giant new choosing any project we wishto YOU ARK HEREBY!: NOTIFIEDthat

barrels of oil a day, this new,refinery .... .refinery at Pascagoula helps assure ade- emphasize, always keeping in filed a agatnit ault for you divorce In the has Circuit been 1DV7
Sin" n' !t'rnn6dern"anororfeJolt; the"jiargest 'y uaTe"strppIieiTln. the'years, ... '6rgtinwth. ,. a- .mfnd! 0111e needs of bur locW' Court In and of tee to Br.varJCouely.FiorWlBentitled Ninth t Judicial Circuit,
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In the XvorFd": Covering" twe tyI hea3.!: community, Julia Meiarrerio, Plaintiff TO -:
vi Pura A. Maiarredo Defend
I: ,I Mrs. Dexter Otis Arnold, president ant Chancery. No. :27123 You are
hereby required to nerve a copy at
of the General Federation, your DOwer er other written do-
Letters To The Editor has declared that the General ten.upon..Carl to th O.. Complaint Swanson Attorney tiled heroin for JESS W. CHILDRE First Federal
Gj Federation of Women's Clubs Plaintiff, 408 west Orange Ave, Savings
Cocoa Beach Florida and to Ml!
PQQ GCSG has always strongly advocatedthe the original thereof In Chi office of REALTOR I BUILDER
Appreciate Publicity ben in 15,500 clubs In the Unit freedom of the press and tie Clerk of lb., Circuit Curt ofllrevard
., County Florida oa er before ASy, & LOAN ASSOCIATION. .
ed States and in 34 other that:! it has never been more Important the :2uth dar of Anrtl A.D.. 1904
Editor: a
than it is today when Pro Contoaao will be entered analnil
The General Federation
As president of the Indian : more than half the countries of you for the relief prayed for In I '
in this administration said Complaint. On Continued
River City Woman's Club I the world live under a partial or DONK: AND ORDERED: at TltUfvllle. pA ; I
hlghligf; an extensive campaign Florida thla ISth day ofbtareb yh'
wish to the
blackout of
express complete news *''c 0004
A. D. 15&5COURT
to obliterate Growth!
the club members for the fine through censorship. ( *EAUTurtle
1245 N. Magi oda Ave .
from the United States and thr K Ral'll"Clerk
Magnolia Plan cooperation ive receive from of the Clreu.t. Court
375542 your newspaper. The amountof oughout the world; a Dimes for Mrs James Plumb for Bravard Counl. Florida.
Liberty project to help build the President By: V. S. Spongier. D.C.
apace given annually to our Mar. :/0./ 21. Apr. 3. 111 IFrl,1 1004. .
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all the communicationsmedia
i Continued Successto available these days, it

; FIRST FEDERAL! is still the newspaper that puts
information Into our hands in

The rctalnable form to be read,
beautiful n.w floors In First digested, and kept. WE'RE HAPPY
Federal's nw Indian River cf-
The Indian River City Woman'a
?ices! were ImUlltd by Floorc. Club Is a member of .

the General. Federation of Women '
YOUR FLOOR COVERING 's Clubs, the largest groupof

o: NEEDSI! _world organized, :having l 11,000,000 women In.mem-the I J To Offer Congratulations To ; : -, ; :

a :Hrst Je6' erat{ Sainticl $' ,

We Salute
l nnd atlonof Titu svlll
.. LoanAls.ocl jOn

Savings & Loan Association Their Opening Of Their Indian River City Branch Office.The .

Of Titusville

r And Offer Sincere .

a Growth and Promise of Our Area is shown By The Need For @

Added Facilities in The Indian River Area for First Federal

1 Savings and Loan Association Of '

On the opening of the New Titusville. I ,

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of a Progressive Institution!

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Friday: March 20, 1964 Tltuivllle (".rI4.) Stir Advocate Pate J-B thee ulsters, Mrs: Ethel Fan 'She w.s not only) anxious to

fling, Mrs. Mac Snelorove and see her husband, ton and dough i .,.. '". ,
Mims Area Mrs Leslie! Merchant, have in!taw, but that new grandbaby
spent the winter here and in I BE SURE TO VIJIT"First
Orlando enjoying all the sightsour a little girl, born Monday, M irch
I niMen'
i 16th.
lovely' Suite has to offer. I

Methodist 5 'GetTogether'BY' They various have homes til In returned South Carolina to their I Federal Savings & Loan Assn.

( Mrs Gladys McLendon) go on a real trip and to demon Leonard Gaetano led the clevotional .
(AM7.1248)) strate their skill in citizenshipby !. Mr. and Mrs. David Itscll and If you have real estateto
children, Michael and John of GRAND 23-27
their care of the facilities OPENING MARCH
Plant made for din.
ThIen's! Club of the Mins were : a
Methodist Church will be host) at the park. An hour was spentin ncr for the Youth of the Mctho Howell/ Michigan, stopped by sell, or if you are i
playtime on the huge sta.tionary recently to see Mr, and MrsWll'iam .
In the Methodist Metis Clubs of dist Church. The hostess served AND ATTEND
looking for choice real I
Lawson while their
Brevard County Saturday, March fire engine and other Easter decorated" cup cakes, on
1st when the various clubs meet playground equipment cookies candy, nuts and coffee way to Cyprus Gardens.
,In their quarterly district "get. The happy comment of 52 Thos attending were Mrs. Lester estate, use our classified i INDIAN RIVER REXALL DRUGS
together'. slightly tired and sunburned CantrelI, Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs Albert Kuhl, daughter of columns
youngsters who returned to Mrs H. E Atkinson, Mrs Nellie Mrs Addle Bevil, has returned I
Starting at 3 p.m., a supper Mims School at 3 p.m. was, Ineii hen, Mrs Leonard Gaetano,i home to Baltimore, Marland I
will be served at the Fire Sta "Wow, this was a 'Real Fun' Mrs. W. S Austin, Mrs. G. CWiigrt -- ----------
Turn. with fried fish, "hush. diy". Mrs James Spanglerand I. = -
puppies", baked beans, swamp little daughter Angle and
l jbbage: salad, coifee soft CUss Mttting Mrs. Couitnev Porter" Little Miss BEST WISHES & CONTINUED[ suecEsslli1; : March 26 From 12 Noon Until 3 P. M.
drinks and dessert as the menu.
lori Bass was gad to have one
The Progressive TO and
Sunday I MISS GERDA BERKOWITZ. COSMOTOLOGIST Will demonstrate hair care
At 7:30 p.m. the men will gather School Class of the Mime Methodist small guest to play with too, Coloring, Make Up Art and Treatment of skin problems.
i 'n the Methodist Sanctuaryt (Church, held its monthly and she and Angle enjoyed FIRST FEDERALIn !
t, {heir business meeting and meeting at the home of Mrs. playing their own games. Rev I : GUEST COSMETICIANS:
immediately following will listen Bonnie Van, Wagoner, north of Lloyd Mullis was also a guest Your New Offices Indian i River, Plaza
Mrs Gall Rollins Mrs. Barbara La Gtsse
Mims and spoke to the group. OPEN
to an address by George I
Morgan\ president of the Citizen's 9 A.M. ELEMOH.
Mrs. W. S. Austin opened the. You'h Fellowship Dinner I To Miss Berkowitz will be available for consultation from March 26 until March 23.
Bank of Titusville. Mor- meeting with a scripture reading STORES COIdPANY
f tan is a very forceful speaker, nnd Mrs John Taylor pre A dinner prepared by the 9 P. M. SAT.CONGRATULATIONS i FREE DOOR PRIZES -- FREE REFRESHMENTS
.nd can be depended upon to sided over the business meeting. Womens Soiiety:! of Christian I .:
I,rim in-ipir.ng; Service, for the Methodist Youth i
an message. After the meeting adjourned the ----- --
guests Mrs. L. Fel'owship!' and twelve new
enjoyed a game. COUPON
Visit Zoo And Park L. Cantrell won the prize and members as guests, will be held
Mrs J. W. Erwin won the door Sunday evening, :March 22nd
Culminating several weeks of at the> Church Educational BIg. TO THE '
study, youngsters in Miss Nell Ashley Conneu. Jerry Jobe, 1
The hostess served cakes,
Jesse and Mrs Steven
Ruby IIoward Mutteson, Cynthia Mat
mints, nuts and coffee to Mrs.
son's, classes enjoyed an educational Leonard GaeUno, Mrs. W. S. teson, Martin O'Neal, Mary O. LOAN ASSOCIATIONON FREE DOOR PRIZES
trip to the Sanford Muniiipil ,
Austin, Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs\ Neal Mickie Phillips, Bruce
Zoo and Park. John Schneider, Mrs. Thomas Phillips, Robert Wright. Gary I YOUR NEW INDIAN RIVER PLAZA BRANCH I Indian River Drugs Indian River Plait

The morning was spent \isit- Price, Mrs. Courtney Porter Wright completed and Lyance the Littlejohnhave membership ':I ':, March 26 12 Noon Until 3 P.M.y .
ing the various animal, fish, and Mrs L. L. Cantrell, Mrs. Bernard RIVER BOWLING\ LANES (
course entitled "I I Choose
Roberts, Mrs. J. W. Erwin
bird areas in the Zoo. The I
children"had a delightful time and Mrs. Grover C. Wright. 'Church. rhey will\ be receivced I ( ,(' .'., "
into the members.up ot the / P\
f watching the antics of the monk.J ;- - ------ -- -- --- '- '
Methodst: Church on Sunda\ '
J ('Y' the laziness of the alliga- Circle Mtttlng
ut the 11 o'clock ,
jj tom and the unusual bird and The Lillian R. Bntton Circle morning;! serVice A COMPLETE LINE OF FINE COSMETICS-;:
: tisli species. Miss Jesse's met on March 18th at the homeof I' Jay Bee Jewelers :

I;year two level pupils who have Mrs Robert Bass. Mrs John Personals Chanel, Lenvln. English Leather. C 'nJlI'y' Max Factor Jean Nile Revlon. Coty.
been working on a unit of study Taylor acting chairman, presid Mrs. illy Miller mother of
oil "Animal Friends, their Home ed over the meeting Mrs. Mrs Man in Sheely. and her I SAY Rubinstein Dorothy (Gray Car Nome Shulton Early American Yardley. Alberto
and families, were enthusiastic __ i
111. questioners and commentators I WELCOME 1 1sl. FEDERAL :Culver, Miss Clairol, Crape de Chine. Cover Girl. Dana. Tussy. Bonne Bell Angelique -

about everything they saw. OUR COMPLIMENTS TO I Roux Toni. Faberge and Balmaln.
At noon teachers and pupils I
pal Park where they shared a OPEN
udiehtful: sack lunch at the shel-It LOAN ASSOCIATIONON SATURDAY
terhouse t 7DAYS
Year three youngsters who THEIR GRAND OPENING MARCH 23.27 3 PM

the have"National spent much Parks time of visiting America AUTOMATIC APPLIANCESALES INDIAN RIVER PLAZAYour 7 ([Rexall] DRUGS9A

through books, movies Presence Is Another Step Toward Making This NITES 6 PM
filmstrips and classroom attvi AND SERVICE "thV Place to Do Business In the North Brevard Areal INDIAN RIVER PLAZA RT. 50 I. R. C.
tiles enjoyed the opportunity to INDIAN RIVER PLAZA 267.2939 I

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Pigs 4-. Tltwtvlll.tFlorMa) Star. Advocate Friday, March 20, 'jyI F.

Indian River City South Tifusville Happenings Center Hostesses[ will be Mrs. cussed delinquent ticket sales for stration of the projects which From pittsburgh ton W. Va. Accompanying vr -

Diantha Pirtle and Mrs. Irene the Scout Exposition. Six boys they had selected. Raymond Recent visitors for a week at Shafer was her sister, Miss bdrh i,.

I Boshoff. The program will be went to the Exposition all day Hoffman reported on the trip the home of Mr. and Mrs. Millard ara Welch. Miss Welch has!. been

"Color in the Home", presentedby long to set up the booth and run which all the 4,H boys in Brevard Hill, 345 Pritchard Street, were residing with her sister fur J
"Kids Circus" Date NearsPlans I ue
Day Florence Storm. Visitors are the exhibit. These were Steve County took February 29th. He Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Littlewood

always welcome. Webber, David Weboer, Roy recounted that it was a very enJoyable and daughters, Betty and Ann, past seven months and i- I?,,.

forward who otherwise would be Mallott, Cecil Reynolds, Gene trip which lasted six from Pittsburgh, Pa. Mrs. Little- ployed by the Indian Rive, i br,
moving rapidly
are persons boys From Ala.Mr. Gray and Ed Freeman. Other hours. wood is Betty Hill's twin sister.
for the "Kids Day Circus" without employment. "The Spring tryouts will be the afternoon here, they Sff I.R.C NEWSOnPig.sa"Where's
and Mrs. L. F. Kilpatrick, helpers during were During their stay
sponsored by the Coquina P.T.A. Persons taking part in the pick- After this, Mr. La Roe, theClub's
commencing early in April, the Glenn and and fished. They
parents of Mrs. J B. Pitts, and Snyder, Ray Netting, went boat riding
under the chairmanship of Kent up should meet at 8 a.m. at the exact date to be announced later. leader, cave a demonstration I
sister Louise Steve Hopkins. to Margate, to
her Mrs. Drake and had been down
Stuckey. This show, to be New Methodist Church on how to mix different
present. on Highway As for now, we need lots of helpto
three children, Melissa, Theresaand Several boys from the delivered visit Mr. Littlewood's parentsand
ed at the Indian River Plaza on No. 50. Area of collectionwill ready the playing field The troop types of materials into a very \ everybody? 16alBO
Donna, all from Huntsville, Goodwill
Industry Bags on their return journey
Monday, March 30th, from 3:00: be assigned at that time. dugouts and concession: atand Ala., the house good type of soil. lie also showedthe
were guests' of on Saturday. These bags will be
P.M. till 0,00 p.m., promises an need painting the North, stopped over to visit.
; backstop an'l boys how to trench layer and
Mr. and Mrs. !Tilts of 177 Ellis collected with used cloth!; next
exciting time for all. To Savannah, 111. bleachers need repairs; wiring Circle, last week. Saturday commencing at 8.00 ether methods of producing more I II'
1 There will be continuous 'free Lieut. Julius! Kobinson, son of has to be spread on the outfield plants without having to buy To W. Va.
Instead of stated
a m. 9:00: as on
: entertainment consisting of circus Mrs. Eva Robinson of 539 Pine system; the scoreboard and flagpole the bags. to don more. Mrs. Ken Shafer of Key Coral
Housa Warming Anyone wishing ]
ads such as thrilling high Lane, who graduated last need attention Also, dirt '
year ; ( ate clothing, who did not receivea Anthony Simon was elected as Road, left this week for a two uSH .
acts by the Aerialists, a Tramp from the Citadel Military Academy has to b espcrad on the ojtfitlJ A surprise "Housewarming"was
for Betty and Daris bag, may utilke any grocery secretary and( Raymond Hoffman week's visit with her parents, Mr ;
olive Artist, High Diving Dog; In Charleston, S.C. completed and clay on the infield, plus several given DINOWRE
t Tony Drill and elephant acts In his first assignment in the other general maintenance Johnson in their new home at 343 bag and set It outside the front as county delegate. and Mrs. Lon Welch, in Charles. ,

.. this act, the elephant "Jewel", Army at Aberdeen Proving items. These things must be done Palm Street, last Monday night door on Saturday.A '
: America's largest, does the twist. Grounds, Maryland on the 1st of each year to keep our facilities by members of the First Mission demonstration was given by rMIS I II II

... A special treat, an elephant February lie was then assigncJ safe and looking;: respectable."It ary Baptist Church. the Gator Patrol, Participatingwere 64 TAX LAW\ WAY I aI
train and several mechanicalrides to Fort Lee, Va for a six: week would take the small The Johnsons were visited, Cecil Reynolds E I Free

.. specially designed for Children school course, and Mrs. KoMnxon that usually turns out for one group of earlier in the evening! by Dans' man, Robert Waddell, Gene CAN SAVE YOU MONEY NOW!
: arc planned for their amuce- now has received word that he those:! work. -patties three or four aunt and uncle. Mr and, Mrs. Gray, Glenn Snyder and Kenneth I
meet will be assigned to the Savannah weeks to accomplish the work Irvin Keenan, so that they would) Dllr elS.! The Wolverine Patrol B. sure you take advantage of

: Tickets for these riles! have Ordnance Depot of the U.S. Armyat outline! above. However, if enough b? home when the others arrived. gave a demonstration concerning this opportunity before file I

been distributed' in all areas to Savannah, Illinois people would! volunteer' this belly:. and Darls received many splints and this! demonstration splinting fractures. 63 TAX RETURN you your at the Truckload Sale! I "
Boys in w'reJoe
needy children. Many merchants could be accomplished in two or nice gifts for their new home
Kyle, Joe Ferguson, Roger INCOME TAX &
JJ throughout the Titusville Area A Call to I IRC Fathers three evenings Refreshments of coffee! tea and
Archer, Doug George and Wesley
have also purchased tickets to Tom Walker, president: of the "Ojr: field'" maintenance superl cockles were served. Preston BUSINESS SERVICE
distribute to customers or they Little League makes the followhg tier, Max Young, Is orgam/ing Others' attending wore: Lorene 303 SO. WASHINGTON AVE. /
may be purchased by contacting! aninincemcnt and call to all a work party for Tuesday cvr ml) C,(win Dean, Richard and A Troop Company Trip I li pi in- PHONE 267.5530 FOR APPOINTMENTMONEY

? Mrs. Dan Kieffer( ticket chair-- fathers lit tl'is' area: slug\ / March 2llh at the Dill I'.illie Sue Shartzer, Cecil Ross, ned for next Thursday Friday and

: M man, 2S7-3L64.M : "If you have a boy between' the I'ark. So( 'All you I)Jrli', how Wyman Bratchcr; Doris Smith, and Saturday during the Easter: - -- -
vacation. The meeting was closed( PRE FINISHEDPANELING
Risner, Thornton
Doyle Sylvia ,
S The P.T.A. will operate a n.nnJ ages if 8 and 15, inclusive, ho abo'it puking up that old paintbrush
the Panther Patrol. 42 scouts
bcr of concessions such as1 the probably Is or soon will be a hovel or some other tool Cicrrie Gregory/ Marie Morris by attended this !
p Hot Dog Stand, Coffee and tulJ member of one of our local I base and coming on down( to the Hall and Marilyn Avery. meeting f

:: Drinks, ani a Cake Walk under ball teams. As you well knnw, Park and] let Max put you' to
.f the chairmanship of Mr. and( our local Little League provides W"I k. Don't forget;; fie! date, Boy Scout NewsBoy Coquina:! Boys' 4.H Club For Extra Fast BORROW PAYMENT Many Many Other

:: Mrs. James McCoikey. Many good. clean wholesome entertain. March 211h, Tuesday evening: at Stout Troop 310 held its The !Boys' HI Club of Coquina| SERVICE. .. :$300.00 g: g :I $ g: Lines of Building
handmade Items will be on, display ment for these youngsters; 6'(on) p m We will have the. park scheduled Elementary School! held its 1W I $26.23 Materials
regular meeting
e for purchase by the public. throughout most of the school lights on and the coffee ready". Tuesday evening at the Civic on monthly meeting on March 17th. T Phone 267-4331 $$600..a i I $34.39.

: And, of course, no (circus would vacation period. 0 'r program;: The The President Charlie Woerner, Loans Up To $600. FRIDAY. MARCH 20
Center. meeting was openedby
be without the tradition H. Club the meeting with the PAY BILLS. TAXES.
complete D.
I consists of a Senior, Major and Mooting the Titan Patrol, whose: lead. opened
d ;= al peanuts, cotton candy and Minor League Division to accommodate The IRC Home Demonstration er Is Randy Mann. The Pledge of Pledge of Allegiance and the 4 II Southern Loan (Company SATURDAY. MARCH 21
snow cones. A good time for. nl) 1 in their Club Pledge. I
respic- Club will hold its regular!: monthly Allegiance.: to the Flag was recited SUNDAY MARCH 22
S Is in store. tice age groups. This year we meeting next Tuesday, March He then asked if any of the 344 S. WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLE.

t rill have between 175 and 200 24th, at 9:30: a.m. at the Civic I Glen 1 Archer, Scoutmaster, dis boys wanted to make a ('emon. ___ BESTBUILDERS
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1 0800 next Saturday, 21st March, I [ dP
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c 1 they put out on the 7th of this I I X70 rNBugs \IP!I

month. All large; articles will be I E At Th.
picked with a truck donated C?ea 803 N. Magnolia
I up 'F284 Fungus 7l*D LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
p by the Douglas Aircraft Com 267-3329
is that, the
pany. It requested Worms INDIAN RIVER CITY
: bags; be left in a conspicuous 9:00 TO 1:00: NO COVER CHARGE LIVE ORCHESTRA
: spot for easy pick-up. i Fertilization MEMBERS AND GUESTS Fri. A Sat. 7:30: a.m. to 9 p.m,.

..... h_ These articles collected Vflll 1 a : u ar.,1 .u'' rnx .,., 1 Milo North Mini on U. S. No.1 1 1- Soml Formal Sunday 9:00: a.m. to 3:00: p.m.Totally .
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Friday/ March 20, 1M4 TltuivllU (Florid) Sftr Advocate hye $-' ;

STAR ADVOCATE'S ,I 53)0() squaree feet of space. Mr.
I Guizzepi will open a Dodge Building In (County Moves "Downhill" Last Week II

Indian River News I Dialers' garage and parts department
City Crossword PuzzleACROSS for the sale and repairof The roller coaster route of North Brevard had only one Included one for $120,000 issued I

Dodge! cehkles building permits in the county permit, outside miscellaneous to the Brevard County Board of

g3Fniltot 24.Row'. I that has been displayed in the types issued. That was for Public Instruction for two ware
(Continued From Page 4 B) gave the fourth part "Where to LKeat the paJm boat n r M up and down swings of the
Store. witness?"; Mrs. Bertha Swain and tidy DOWN pro. 1 ,.A- 5 A L Iof'i A V5.8funder New Subdivision weekly figures was on another $2700, a commercial permit, (gome houses on State Road 520 west
then gave the last part of the $ Songbird pellet u" ; 0 r '" a I t Crossing the F.E.C. tracks at downhill slant this week. to Paul Frey Titusville Tile of Cocoa and for a 48-unit, two- t
9.LonE'2.' Shower 28.Large w n .
Allison Circle program "How to witness". eared a.Man' body w s a r... f Rest Harrison Street, we came Total for the week through and Terrazzo. for a storage bin story apartment building on Mer
The girls then began the rodent name of II< s Q ell U 1II.i. A I, upon a huge area that had been Wednesday, was $778,5 with to he built in Slims Business rill Island: a half mile north of i
The Allison Circle of the IRC 4.Meant to water I b W n. <.j U cleared for a new subdivision to State Road 520 State Road ,
study of the Second Chapter of 10.Encounter three commercial permit accounting P.irk J W Childre, Ttusville, on
Methodist Church met last Tues the YWA 11.A court b4i sun* 28.Unac e s; u : c be known as "Colonial Ileights"Imestigation A1A3
Manual Mrs De- I for $ 82,700 of that was littnl as the building contractor
day at the home of case 8.Typ cuss A 1
morning that
"I disclosed
lores Surrency led In this study 12.Dish of measures tomed i- :I; : overall figure compiled at the Permit figure for the upart-
Mrs. Betty Wheeler, 320 Brown- some ten homes already were In
ins/ Avenue. and Mrs. Bertha Swaine led in greens: and &of Quantity SO.Irlalt r......,.. as..v the course of being completed at County Zoning Office i The two commercial permits talent building was 360000.
the closing! prayer dressing paper ---v Residential permits took a
Present were: Mrs. Betty 14 Early 7.Enjoyed menu item 38.Famed this project The subdivision Is
Invader In 8.Sculptured 31.Haircloth 4L Part owned by Rossman and Goodman sharp drop to last week figun rev r. Sam JanoverINSURANCE
"IJ, Baird, Judy Burkett Gertrude Mere BuildingA Europe likeneM 82.Peck of a of Orlando.It where, new homes accounted for
James! Helen Crumpton, Faye 15.Whether 11.Melt 34.Wing camera more In total permits alum that
{ Stearns Kate Wade Dot Wad scant two weeks ago, we 17.Insect 12.Feat parts: 43.Dart is understood! that 400 new this week's entire total. This t
1 I'' watched a bulldozer clear a pieceof 18.Like 18.Meet ZooL 45.: Ob. homes are scheduled to be built
dell, Lillian Browning, Shirley land east of the F.E.C. rail. 19.Male 20.Club 35.Ladders serve in this subdivision and the plans week there were but 18 new I M. : Any Time
I + Harvey, Betty Hill and Chars road tracks and west of Hopkins wan Forecasting In silk 47.Dan. rail for the completion of 10 homes for which permits were Anyone
J *lotte Boone. Avenue between Harrison Street 21.Girl s the future stockings moneyname In nes week. issued adding up to $231.970
The program was 'Cross and and Jackson Palmetto brush and 22.Exclaaav I t I 4 S r per worth. .w- v Any Place

I He urrectl\n"\ presented by other trees and shrubs were removed tion Miscellaneous permits prodiu Anything

Helen Crumpton. ( in no time. A work party 25.:Cut deeply s 10 Tourist and Social Club I'd the balance of $43,H4troduced ;> t 210 So. Washington AY.
then started in found. 87.Flowed ---- -
digging ,
l I. I y I The IRC Tout'1st and Social Tltusville
29 Golf term II and welcomed a
Y. W. A. News ation
trenches; cement was pour.
30. Frightened Club held a co\end dish dinnerat Phone 267.7319
The Mary feeder Young Wotcttnan's cd; then a party commenced lay 83.Jewish 14 .r 'I. 11 Chester! Hewitt showed preview .
: the 'I'm Near Phone"For
I Civic Center lust Wednesday slide pit hires of the buildings / ''f All ?nnr/
Auxiliary of Central Baptist : in,! cement blocks and so on. monthtwitch
I. It ao i' evening wits; Mr. and Mi s. and grounds of ------------- --- -- --------
Church met last Tuesday Today, a building 117 feet long 88.Muscular !:! the IDMWoild's
J Ditwcilir and Mr. and Mrs. .
evening, March 17th. The meet. by 60ft. wide solidly built roofed u l4 U h Fair to be optmd .floor' '
;ing was opened with the singing with steel girders and a steel 39 37.:Pale Card cam'u. II irold Gibson as hosts. In New York City. : Lasting BeautySUNPROOF

of the Y. W. A Hymn, "0 roof stands where only a short 40.Another u t' If = Tin regular: tmpirns followed The annual Innqut! ,'I i ih<
Zion Haste" Becky Adams led time bl'fore'egetatioo covered Jewish Ut' Ii si s4 u Inc I clinni r with Mrs Paul Mann\ Club will be held at the rlvu( \
(he the area. We were told this b ilrJ. month r1 i the iluir Mr and Mrs. Waitu Center! on Wednesday evening
opening prayer.: 42.Fellow
Each girl answered the roll. Ing will contain six offices to be 43.Merriment'. sr sa I 4 St iclix( fioni Maine were In March 25th, ut 1'45 p.in
rented as office space .Artifices --- ----------
call by saying the Y W A +. 41 U
... Watchword, Daniel' 12:3.Iiss: \ Owner of this land and bint' ,linn ::.Throughway 40
is Gus D'Emilio of Titusville and
44 4 4541charges I
Carolyn McAllister read the
contractor is the Stackhouse
Prayer Calendar and Miss Ellen 48.Walking 4. 4'f FOR SALE
Company with Chuck Shimer the tick
Oliver led in the special prayerfor
man in charge of the operation. 49.
Silkworm !OO II
the Miss Sherry :
50.:Scottish* 1 h. -79 BEAUTIFUL LOTS IN
Blalock then led in the business Gaelic ,
meeting New Buiineii Building ; a 1

For Community Missions in A little further south of this kins Avenue ready to build a large garage: and I WHISPERING HILLS -
March, the Young Women are to structure, J. J. Holley's bulldozers -
for firm
Seeing our well known citizens store building a knownas '
visit for the Eclhvood Missionon again were clearing land, COUNTRY : 1 for most repaint work
Daphne Karantinos then investl the Arco Dodge Inc., owned by I CLUB ESTATESCity ,
Saturday at 2:30 Bell east of the railroad tracks on ,
gatlon disclosed that James Kar Robert Guizzepi of Orlando This I
the north west of the interscction ( of TiturvIlU)
wood Is a Mission sponsored by corner
Central Haptist of Harrison and HopOr. antinos, owner, was getting projected building will contain : FEATURING!II. p1TTST3URC REQUIRES NO PRIMER I
1 I.
Members were reminded to Highest Elevation In Tlfusvllle

fIgive to the Annie Armstrong 2. Sanitary Sewers (City of Titusvlll.)1)
r offering. Miss Helen Riddle, Robert B. HogueOptometrist 3. Water (City of Tltuivllle)
secretary then read the minutes. Don't let a ringing telephone make a mess of your 4. Positive Drainage

The Missionary Program was workbench. j. Paved StreetsConcrete

then presented. The programwas Announces the new Let us answer your phone and hold calls until you j 6. Curbs
begun by singing "Footstepsof free. 7. Lots Completely Filled
J'!sus" Sherry Blalock location of his office You'll get more work done and make more I. Lots Titusvllle's Adjacent 2 to Golf end Courses.overlooking D & J SUPPLY

gave the first part of the pro inPIRTLE profit I
,. Development to FHA Specifications
gram, "The Great Commission"; PLAZA t 214 Magnolia Indian River City
Carolyn McAllister led in the I@l ;
Tltusville, Fla p 2 Blocks North of Hwy. 50 Next to Decor Furniture
second part: "Why witness ;
Office Hours Phone AM 7.2W7 AM 7-4JJJ ., I
Becky Adams presented "Whento 9:0Q.6:00: : AM MtIS 303 S. Washington 267.5530 j CALL AM742J1 DAY AM 7.7545 NIGHT I .... Open 7:30: A. M. tea 6 P. M.
Witness";; Margie Spears
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'1& Grand Opening at Port Malabar, Ports of 1 the Sun" Homes

l oM Saturday and Sunday, March 21 & 22. 9:00: AM 9:00PM.




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You can move Into one of these new Port Malabar homes-and rw .gp s7i

I an hour after the furniture's in place, beds are made and dishes '

in the cupboards-you and your family are living more easily, + 4l t

more economically and more conveniently than you ever lived

before. This is Port Malabar's new line of aluminum homes,

homes that are way advanced in concept and design homes t I

that hardly ever need paint, are a breeze to clean and a joy to I '

take care of. Homes that give you more living space for less i I t ''r.r: f

cost less heat in winter and air-condition in Jl I rrplt
money, yet to t ill *****

i summer. And if you have kids, remember this: Port Malabar's

i new aluminum homes are Quiet Port Malabar's community

4 advantages add up to extra value, too value assured today

and tomorrow. This is the most carefully

planned community in the Cape Kennedy

"i area. There's central sewage and water The Bayview Key The Surfside Key

plants, there's the finest drainage in Bre '
tit2.son. 13190.
vard County, and the recreational facilities s
J 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, carport. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, carport.
: are second to none. Come see this nn awry

remarkable community and these exciting Large! outside utility: and storage room, double sinks in your Drop-in range and 'oven, laminated plastic kitchen cabinet,

choice of color, drop-in range and oven, extra closet space laminated double links in your choice of color, separate dining room off
new"Ports of the Sun"Homes..Saturday Port Malabar I u a General
De.elopmen& community, plastic kitchen cabinets, separate dining room off kitchen. kitchen, extra closet space. Two additional exterior designs.
and Sunday, March 21 and 22. You'll be 4 mU. South of Melbourne Covered garage, double carport. central heating and air-condi Covered garage double carport, central heating and air-condi

very glad you did. on U.S. i. Phone HO 1-atoo. tioning at extra cost. (Screen porch>? or Florida room optional). tioning at extra cost. (Screen porch or Florida room optional).



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For Rent GLAMOR GIRLS For Sale For Sale Help Wanted

FOR RENT l I saddle bridle, pad. $75. Hay, base guitar. Blonde finish with BUYS

.DEADLINE: S p.D' Da f B.(or. Floor Sanders. Polishers feed, other accessories. very accessories, plus fender leather LADIES. Do you need money?
: Work
Publication For Wed Frl. reasonable. Must ten at once. : Start now. Extra earnings
case. Base guitar, price $279;
AM 7-3253: I
Phone :
11"A.III. Bat. For Moa. Publication 267-2105.: guitar case list price) $60; worth part time rear your home show 122-2 adjacent lots north of
OUTLET ; near $350, sacrifice at $200. Excellent I ing Avon Cosmetics. Write Avon city. Each Jot Is slightly over
WANT AD RATES FACTORY PAINT 3 DRAWER CHEST Maple $26. condition. Call Ron 267. Manager P,0. Box() 1408 Eau one acre in size and is pricedat
I c.nu Mr word Baldwin Shopping Center Oak twin bed. complete, $48.50. 0331 or 267-7135 after 7 Gallic, Florida or call 2347840 $2250: with $850 down and
Minimum Charge 80o APARTMENTS FOR RENT 1 matchIng mattress, $6. All In p.m. after 6 pm. balance at 6',; over 5 years.
? good condition. 2670264. FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine
UNFURNISHED APARTMENT, L k ) t\\ furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite FULL TIME in cosmetics. Excel 173-10 acre ranch with 2 bed
ALL CLASSIFIED ADS new 2 bedroom, stove, and re- SPINET PIANOSWant 7 piece dinette all only $13,8] lent starting salary plus company room home, needs some repairs -
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE rigerator, central heat and air. a wonderful spinet for an per) month. Decor Furniture, 206 benefits and paid vacations. with 30 fruit I trees and
Eitlbllihtd AoeounUClaulfled
Eiceft Eckerd Drugs, Pirtle
price Streep's have Apply
2676317. economy N.' Magnolia Avenue. Indian River lots of shade trees. High and
Fri. until and Saturday
the loveliest you've ever seen. City. Phone 267-7613. Plaza 9pm.
all cleared. This
and entire
Dliplar. Rtto Available GIRL WANTED to share new Brand new, guaranteed 15 years, dry with
on RequeU house in Titusville. 267-0439. on sale for only $475 complete parcel
Tli* Star-Advocat rcMrvci the WANTED ments lying approx. 500 ft
including delivery Choice of Help
>rlvllef of revtatllW or rejecting I
46 and short
from Route a
any advertlarataat which It d mielanlflcaOoo hand-rubbed decorator walnutor
obJectionabl. aad to cba"l1 the 1 person refrigerator swim mine mahogany. phone Orlando BULLDOZER OPERATORS, must distance from Minis\ reducedto
from that ordered of aoy; to adv conform rt1i m>nt to pool privileges, in Whispering 424.2401 for home showing with. SALESMAN WANTED Attractive I be experienced. 267.2845. only $$18,950 with $5000(
to Insurance Sales down. .
Hills. 2677661. proposition
U. pofley o( tbli paper. \ out obligation. or visit Streep'sat "
The Star-Advocate will not k. v I t 641 N. Orange or call Titus. man or Real Estate Salesman. STATION ATTENDANT, see George -
ruponilbl for more" than one Incorrect Vllle 267-0596. Call 267-3986 for an appointment. I II Simpson, Pacer Station, U.S. 549-Over 3 acres with 200 ft. on
InaerUon nor will It b*. PALM HOUSEAPARTMENTS 1 north.GRANTS. U.S. No. 1. Good high land
liable for la
menta to a any greeter error ,..te.t advertliette than CHANNEL MASTER Antenna I FEMALE HELP WANTED just north of Mims. Priced at
lOot of the apace occupied b, Systems. Installed $2495 267- NEEDS salesmen for appliance $16,500 with 29": down.
til* Item la the adverUo.meal."o 3577. WANTED PART-Tlme Bookkeepers and TV department.
for 3 to 4 hours in the evening Guaranteed salary plui commission -
MUCK, TOP SOIL, and fill cirt, : If interested please send Company benefits, group 559-Two adjacent parcels) on
4.""o .. tiaIATot1-t33 Othc U 1a1. i'treet Some Furnished Roy Roberts 2672845. resume to Personnel Manager\ health Insurance retirement U.S. No. 1. These parcels are

.. Office Hourt I:00 (10 6.80: Children Welcome! Post Office Box 82. Titusvllle, benefits no experience necessary separated by Richey Road
cC -;;:>".. <=- J PIECE LIVING room set, 4 chair Florida. Only experienced book We will train. No phone) which gives two useful corn

......S""IaIo"I96f.W"--" dinette set. See at Martin's Mo. keepers need apply. calls interviews from 9-5 p).m. ers. One parcel has 188 ft.
: Titusvllle, So. U. S. I bile Homes, 1244 No. U. S. Itwy. Apply W. T. Grants Pirtle Plaza. frontage and the other 312 ft.
Ariimajs "No, no. You fasten your safety belt, THEN start I, north of Overpass. 267-3081. CLERK-STENO. must have know. on U.S. No 1. Both! have 400

the car. 1" ledge of typing and shorthand, 18.21 YEARS OF AGE, telephone, ft. frontage on Richey Road.
3 ROOM APARTMENT. furnished SOUTH LAKE, May tag washer must be able to meet public excellent car, that needs job. After 7 p.m. They are cleared and have
'ARC REGISTERED Chihuahuas, airconditloned, carporte, 12 I For Rent machine 4 cycle, cost $229, sell working conditions, ap. 267.4236. recently been mowed. Priced
2926 South Hopkins Ave., 267. Grannis. For Rent for $100 new. 4254 Alachua! Ave. ply City Hall 525 Palm Ave. for immediate sale at $55
ROUTE SALESMAN, cash bond required -
J5E9 after 5
p.m. Can
per ft. 29"%{ down. purchased
piano completely reconditionedand Foremost Dairies, Norwood Ave.
Hills. 267-7661. must be 21. 2672473.IIOUSEKEEPER
:;; oats for Sale HOUSES FOR RENT ROOM WITH private bath and rofinished Terms to suit.

NEW 2 BEDROOM furnished apartment refrigerator, $15 per week, re'l KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC LIVE In, 267- Continued on Next !fig 569-1100 ft. adjacent and northof
airconditloned. $135 [RC, 2 bedroom, like new no small 2674164 before 6 p.m. 2128 W. Tropic 2676385 5933 or 267-5380.: new Jess Parrish hospital.
B3-f GOT OWENS sports Fisher. monthly Adults, 2670489. children or pets. 2676149. 6-8 Exceptional site for shoppingor
Ttrarj! V-8 engine, glass: Bottom p.m. ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen privileges j REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS, ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER, Oak medical center.
enclosed head, Fighting chairs, 2V* ROOMS FURNISHED, $65 TV and washer. AM 7. washers, dryers (almost any Hill area, experienced. Send

287-5897.outriggers. Price $2,150, Phone monthly, JRC. 267-3463. OFFICES' FOR RENT 2283 after S p.m. service.make). Buy T.V.Em Service Wholesale Center.plus I Star-Adovcate.resume of experience to Box T, This StandsFor 701-Trailer park yielding an

,_ FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS, closein PRIVATE AIRCONDITIONED office SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies 2115 Garden St., 267-3883. extraordinary return on in-
: Building & Const. efficiencies! weekly) monthly suitable for mortgage for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- -------- ;SECRETARY BOOKKEEPER vestment, however it requires -
rates, air conditioned, 47} Julia broker attorney or accountant. 3400. ITS TIME TO FERTILIZE com permanent position with established QualityThis mostly cash to purchase -
Street. Part time receptionist available. post, 3 bags for $1. Nichols Poul- construction company. 267- If interested contactus
NIbCONSTRUCI'ION.' resident. 2672392. NEWLY FURNISHED air conditioning try Farm. Closed Saturday. 267- 2902. for details.
1 lob ls, commercial and remodeling ARTICLES FOR RIf
12 years in Titusvllle. Licensed OFFICE SPACE. Good location. ,
weekly. 2327 S. Washington or OFFICE WORKER, with some
__and bonded r hopq jiy 7-2328. MAC'S CAPE KENNEDY 12 or 3 room offices. AM 75728. call 267-5407. OVERLOADED new, FROST. bookkeeping experience preferred. 751-320 on ft.Hopkins commercial Avenue.front Pro.
I -- --- CLEAR 15 cu ft. REFRIGERA. 267-3343 for age
'Business OpportunityFOR EgUIPMENT BEFORE YOU DECIDE See LOW rates, clean rooms for work. TOR/FREEZER. We must move appointment posed U. S. 1 site for new

+------ -- --------- Sales Rentals Repairs this downtown Titusville office. men. $19-3.( Call 2676185. these NOW! Come in and talk to Quality Court Motel Is to the
SALE LEASE on coffee shop Construction EquipmentHand Air-conditioned, heat parking, us before you buy anywhere. rear of this property. Owner
and donut shop service station Tools $93. C. B. Davis, Realtor, Or. WAREHOUSE FOR RENT Home Furniture Company Rt. 46 NIT will consider dividing. Attractively

wflh facilities for parking a 88 E. Merritt Is. Causeway lando, nite-day CH 1-3338; Titusille Mims Fla., Phone AM 73565. priced for use.

mobile home. Inquire at Spar Days 636.8340-Nights 636-0160 \ 267-7840. STORAGE SPACE in metal building -
NEW 1964 COLOR T.V. $359.50
on Nevins Court, rear of ._. I
Station on highway 50, Christ. ROOMS FOR RENT 749-2 business lots in good location -
W. T. plus service. Buy Em
mas, Florida. HOUSES FOR RENT Star.Advocate See building.H. H. Available Hud Wholesale. T.V. Service Center, This is the official Seal of in Indian River Cityon
t : ::: Child Care 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED, ROOM can be, MEN private.ONLY 267 twin-5759.beds or son. at Star-Advocate. I 2115 Garden St., 2673883. the National Association of worth Hopkins the price Avenue of $$7500. Well

Mims carporte, utility room, WHY BUY used appliances that Home Builders. Only mem-
MATURED RELIABLE white $110 monthly. Inquire Bay Station CLEAN ROOMS for working men. For Sale i has been demonstrated for bers of the National Association 831-Quality home near shop

!lady! to baby sit, call 267-5780. or write Box) 3 Scottsmoor. 2670234. months on the floor at high and local associations ping center in Indian River

CHILD CARE by Hour day or LARGE UNFURNISHED 3 bed. ROOM WITH private) bath ind private ) prices when you can get the appliance are allowed to displaythis City. Has 3 bedrooms 1 bath
BUNDY CORNET and want wholesale and
\\ 0 seek Indian River Heights. room house, 2 tile baths built. entrance, 1 or 2 men phone case you I seal: city water and sewer. plus
267-0180 after 5:30: p.m. in the carton with I service from a
2672090. extras. Ample lot ,
AM 'J.S766.CLOSE in range car port and utility I dealer know. T.V. Service many size
room, $125 month. 2671928. you 90 x 120. Priced at $15.750 I
REFRIGERATOR GENERAL El- Alexander Construction
BEDROOMS. SINGLE OR Double. Center. 2115 Garden St., 267-3S83.
IN Titusvllle. clean comfortable ectric, good condition only $50. with $3000 down and pay.
home. Experienced. SUITABLE FOR small business Private entrance refrigerator 1317 Indian River Avenue. ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only Company ments of $87 per month. '
Hflur, day or week. 2672210. and home combination. 2 bedroom ( near Magnolia Shopping Plaza. ------
1 bath. Kitchen equipped. 2676633. 25c each at the StarAdvocat"Moving Broyhill Development
HERMES 3000 portable, script 865-3 bedroom, 2 bath home
.e 2679940. type, $75. 2673864.FRIGIDAIRE Childre Homes Inc. just north of city l limits. Has

COTTAGES. bedroom, twin beds, AUTOMATIC washer several extras including a
.' tile shower, living room, kitchen WantedWe good condition, call 267.1427. Cowart & Carter, Inc. deep well and 2 ':-fility rooms.
screened porch, Fully furnishedand ? .'0<" 'DI"'." '- Cozart Const. Priced at $14,6CO wtih $2600
.. equipped. $40 week, 2 per. Company down and $82 per month \pays
.. ,;..r.J sons Utilities t and i included. Ellnfn: tt that bottleneck I Of- Fisher Construction Co. all. tug
urtnels.: ; need salesmen for
Haynes N. appliance LOW LOW RATES I I fie* moves are our iptciiltyl I
Freeway, New Smyrna Beach. and TV depart- If you'r planning to move your Futch Construction Co. 887-Beautiful executive type

L Garden 8-4812 ments. SEE THIS! business we'll handle' the lob John Beach estate just 1000 ft. north of I

J JESS W. CHILDRE I IRC, UNFURNISHED, 3 bedroom -- Quality Service quickly and efficiently. city limits. Has a beautiful i
.. Louis & Brown Inc. large home placed among
2 bath with kitchen built in. $140 and Compare Our Rates ,
$75. salary commis- Think of citrus groves and high oak I
:eAtToR UILDCR monthly. 267-3842. Luxurious Town Northwood Builders Inc
sion. Free Estimates trees. Shown by appointmentonly. '
3 BEDROOM. 1 BATh, $110 month- Penziner Bros. I
ly. For information call 267. Company benefits House Apartment FIDELITYSTORAGE
1252. Lowest Interstate Rates From Robert Evans ,
847-Lease with option to
Group health insuranceS Brevard County t I I Ronald Moretto pur-
BEDROOM, kitchen fully equip. &: TRANSFERDAY chase. Nice 3 bedroom, 1 bath
ped. Whispering Hills F and S Retirement benefitsNo NEWLY CON- FOGARTYBros. OR NIGHT Tiffany Builders] Inc. home, paved street city water
and $100 month.
Department Store. 2674424. I
I Transfer, Inc Phone AM 7-0228 Justice Homes, Inc. Purchase price $8550 If opt
3 BEDROOM. IMi BATH, ion is exercised one half ofrental
: screen experience James Trimble
Trailer and Space necessary, we I HEAT AND CALL COLLECT!
ed porch, $125 monthly, no pets. will train Cocoa NE 6-0713 Agent William Everman I to apply to down payment
you. AIR COND. ,
267-3355. ALLIED VAN LINES of $500. Owner will
tot 68 100 zoned for trailer Eau Gallie 254-3133
x No Phone Calls Please I Wingate Homes make allowance on painting, '

S'welL-wide Only by$4,500 40' trailer cash., deep UNFURNISHED town house tiled NEW bath., 3 bedroom central Interviews from 9-5 p.m. I 3 BEDROOM, IVi BATH __ n_ __________ __ ____ _____ __ ____ ___ ___ ____ __ ____u--' inside and out. t

heat and airconditloning, with or Apply: Mr. Smith
:Call J. W. Childre Realty without range. Near Pirtle Plaza. LIVING ROOM, Real Estate Service" 755-Approx.) 100 ft. from ocean.
Oldest I
AM 7-2541 $135 monthly. 267-1928. W.T.GRANTSPIRTLE KITCHENS "North Two 2 bedroom apartmentsand
a one bedroom apartment
PLAZA all completely furnished on
: ..ABOui-' Titusville ENCLOSED GARAGEThis & corner paved street with l extra I
VU 50 x 100 ft. lot. Locatedin
Ha New Smyrna Beach. Ap- i
I* -4 is within walking distance ( orttlltt z4leQcL nrt..a prox. rentals $400 per month.
: (Cape Canaveral Project) and near New Smyrna Beach approximately to new shopping center Priced at $20,000 and shown ,
I 2230 acres starting 500 feet West of U. S. Highway J by appointment only. !
1 for sale as a whole at an average price of about $600( per) BUILDERSWANTED and Schools. 1
ere. Part or all of 2590 of adjoining U. S. 1 frontage 500' deep
: 'available at $50 per foot If included with acreage sale. Some adjoining \ Why Pay More?
Hwy. to Indian River frontage and other lands available. $150 per Mo.For .

I For details on this "buy" see AM 7.2011 800-3 bedroom 2 tiled bath.I I
"FOREST HILLS Information Call; I
: S. O. SHINHOLSER JR., Realtor Brand new setting .in picturesque
N. Box 472 ESTATES"ONLY G. M. BARLEY landscaped lot with !
: 1501 Peninsular lots of beautiful shrubs. Air :
GA 83141, New Smyrna Beach 4 LOTS LEFT AT I
: 1. THREE NEW MODELS UNDER conditioned by Westinghouse
$3000 Per Lot! REALTORS with central I heat. Kitchen equipped .
CHAS. JANNARONE I CONSTRUCTION.; Choose yours now! 1 with bar and completeset
3425 WASHINGTON AVE. of beautiful cabinets and
I Titusvllle Shopping Center I Three bedrooms, 2 baths with all electric I Westinghouse Cont I n e n t a I I
: SYDNEY SCHWARTZ, REALTOR I. AM\ 7-3441 I jdtchen, central heat (air' optional). Range.room-large Extra enough large for utility your I
.' I Bricjc veneer. Double garage. $15,650 workshop and laundry. Gracious -

VAI 23 ft. living room with 8
"BEST BUYS"COMMERCIAL SEE OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE with only $750.00 down. Excellent con- ft. sliding glass doors with '

ventional, financing. OUTSIDE CITY white terrazzo floors tnakes
I this home one of the most

________________ LIMITS. You can qualify. outstanding values in Brcvard
HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing County. Priced at $13.650 with
BUILDING: For lease, Offices & Ware I. Paul Conway II. C. Wlnat..d. Ir.Pr.ahltat .

house air-conditioned, 28 x 60 ft. bldg. Lot 150 x 2. Check on the FHA acquired homes VlcePre.ldentbeing only let us$450 show down.you Call this today fine and

: 150, additional building ((1063 sq. feet) in rear. : I remarketed. Several are now I -- home. Ready for immediate

: APARTMENT SITE: Frontage on three streets, City I available for purchase. I occupancy.

water and sewers, Zoned R-3, positively the best LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL

.. buy in town $15,000. LOTS WITHCENTRAL O SHUFFLEBOARD Q I 3. Listings wanted on property with 150 (i

WAREHOUSE: 24 x 40 CBS, practically new, roll-up I x 150 suitable for business. Preferably -
steel door, close In, will rent for $75.00 per month. 1 on highway.
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i CORNER OF U. S. No. 1 So. and Brevard Street, BusIest ( -
; corner in Titusville, Total of 333 feet street front- '. I 4. FOR LEASE Practically new two DANENBURG

: age, Nice House and Zoned B-2 A steal $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO .. I bedroom, air conditioned house. $110.
_ _ _
$17,000. month plus damage deposit. REALTY
!. 'Jpp': Blvtae Art Road
.r REACH OAKWDOD: From Ttusvllle} go north on Residential .alaa Mir, saleuwaut

SCHWARTZ Realtor U.S. 1 to Mima. Continue north U.S. 1 for
SYDNEY on one more
mile to our entrance on right. For free Information Contvaitkn/ ieacl/ inc5 1514 South Washington

.: 1141 Titusville S. Hopkins, Florida Ave. 8 call 267-5586. t?' ,atz- & AM 7-3358

; AM 7-6100 or 6101 REALTORS INSURORS Where buyer and seller expect:
EXPERIENCE( DOES COUNT Dial AM 7-2011 Day Night or Holidays and get better and faster service


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I A Good Spring Tonic For An Upset Budget --- Classifieds- -- Dial 267-0331- ] ]11.

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Continued From Preceeding Page Investment Property Mobile Homes Mobile Homes Mobile Homes Real Estate Real Estate I Real Esrato : '


MOBILE HOME OWNERS CHRISTMAS PARK, acre tracts corner lot pump. North of Titus- NEW BRICK deplei, move !In today SMYRNA BEACH .' j
PLUMBERS WITH 12 rental units. 55 FT. x 10 ft. 2 bedroom mobile ville Priced $18.000. terms. Per- NEWNVB ,
county or Tit- are $30 monthly 2B7-324S both sides nave 2 bedrooms, waterfronthome.
usville licenses. Call home, screened in patio $2300 LIVE RENT -- -- -------- kiss Realty, 2673140Acrtigt .
Howard 2 screened
Close in and no vacancies I dining room air conditioning and i baths pohj
for $1000 and take ---- ----
Myers, Southern Plumbing Com quity over ONE ACRE trailer space, $30 per heat, t-arporte and Utility, live) full dining room\, double garaje.
pany 267.7383, Only $81,000 with 12'; payments. 2677186. month, children welcome. Applyto trot free. Call Edward :Realty central heat and air'conditioning.
down and balance 25 years TRAILER WITH home-like addition FREE R. E. Springman 2 blocks off -----1 267.3261, nights: and weekendscall $3,too down $151 per month .
Income lot. 90, Christmas Park 267-7821. RIVERFRONT: 110 feet oelMlr*
Close town
Property in on nice
NORTH OF AIMS\ : 1 acre, reasonable I residential '
down and $20 a I -- --- ---- frontage mag-ifi
$20 payment
Total price, $1450 Phone 2C7- Trailer Parts and Service )
CALL WESSNER REALTY 6441 month will buy your own full 267.4f47.BUILDERS 1 BEDROOM, 2 BATH central cent landscaping; and a seawall
EDGEWATER, 3-unit apartment. acre mobile home lot at beautiful -- --- '' heat and air. Phone 267.6120. plus a spacious cottage with a1 j
motel, furnished. Lot 267.7125I ACREAGE, 2 block*
74 x 121 Christmas Park. Become Nu-Way Trailer Service hug fireplace and 2-car garage r
$16,800. Park Avenue Realty, 103 MOONLAND landlord More than from country Club or lots with i IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. 3 hod- $1550000,
own "Your 1 House"We
E. Park Ave, Edgewater, Fla. your Stop Supply city sewage and water Ready i room, 2 bath, aircondiUoood, OCEANFRONT j
families reside here. : Modem J- jed-
I Lost Mobile Home Sales Don't 150 buy before BOW you see for have it or will get it .._to build on, Call Baker, 267_. .5310. utility rooms, patio, carporte room cottage: in fine location f
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Instructions QUALITY HOMES AND yourself. Only a few lots l left. For Any Make or Model GENEVA 611 acres, high rolling large fenced!1 lot with citrus .completely furnished! $15.900..
1201 N. Dixie, New Smyrna Beach land and pine flatwoods partly : trees Leaving area, must sell. See !r
REWARDFor SERVICE CHRISTMAS PARK Tel. 428.5002 2488 Old Dixie Highway 267.3389 Margaret Klikna R. D. PaxtnPAXTO'I
SPEAK GERMANPrivate cleared a bargain at $250 I or -
information per
to .
leading recovery ---- -- -
U.S. 1 North of 1
Overpass Route 50 Christmas, Florida REALTORS
of small black and white acre. T W. Nero, Sanford 322- VRDENDALE, OWNEJTtransteTred / i"
Titusville 267-5695 Phone Orlando 275-1727 Motor Scooter For Sale 2481 for appointment. Specialists in Waterfront Property
miniature Fox Terrier, male, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, aircon 419 "
Free Trial Lesson with bobbed tail with crook in it. I ---- ditioned, 2 car garage. 267-7273. Flagler Avenue, Iicachsid.. r. .I
TranslationsExperienced Hugh Neighbors, 267.3211. 1963 14 ft. TRAVEL TRAILER or 1959 LAMBRETTA, motor scooter, SALE. : 428.8221 or 428-8142'
4 adults, be less than 5,000 miles, $125 firm ----- ------ -- :
InterpreterCall Sleeps $895. can ALLEN REALTY SACRIFICE $6,000 equity for $2500on ((Continued Or N;.ti.lleJf..
9 unit
financed, 267.5196 2674691. price Call 267 5303 after 5 apartment ,.
Mobile Homes or : p.m. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida :t
Mrs Nelon 267-6656 Cocoa 636.3790 ideal location plans specifications room with fireplace double car

Insurance TRAILERS FOR SALE TINY TRAILER TOWN Directions 12 miles west of Plumbing Supply full details, convenient, principles only.financing liar;, 0467.porte and swimming pool. 267 j
TitusvIlle on Highway 50 at
ris Realty, Inc. 930 N. Dixie
SEE THE SKYLINE NEW 1964 open" x .',. TUB Christmas, Fla.TRAILERS. SEPTIC TANKSof AM 70413. J BEDROOM: m BATH, $14550,
RUSSELL BIOGEfl --- qu6c&gLL.1aChevroIetF.
51 10, 2 $3995. steel close to school and shopping
x bedroom Llttl. recast concrete, -reinforced HOUSES FOR SALE
INSURANCEInc. BUDDY ... .. state_approved, sizes 540 center $100 down handles Call
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50 x 10, 2 bedroom $4195. /Lni CHCIUSrU: il HCXlA ** th. ..l* gals, 630 gals., 735 gals? and 1000 LOSE IN 3 bedroom one hath Arrow Realty, 267-7037. U S
Fully furnished in modern decor. ( FOR RENT /gals( Grease traps installed, tanks home. Hardwood floors double Hwy 1, Indian River City, Flor
2001 So. Washington Ave. Free delivery and set up. Long .M w a Dl.l pumped and cleaned, drain fields carporte Fruit bearing trees on Ida :
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term financing. relaid. Work guaranteed Pittman generous size lot. Owner within. .
Phone 267-6720 100 ... MtbDl Was Pita QUICK CASH for your house eq
MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES: 1 BEDROOM: trailer with rabana Septic Tanks, Inc.. Phone AM 7- 19 DeLcon Avenue Ulty 2673262.
I Skyline and Buddy Dealer NOW I I.OC.\TIOSS on Old Dixie Hwy 267.S597. 4421. P.. O. Box 2016, Titusville, - --- --- t'
1224 No. U. S. 1, No of Overpass l"1t :>o. I. fin: :N. huts I I Florida. I -
I Titusville 267-3081 II"'T.. >.w MniyriiM llrurh. MOBILE HOME[ with home like I' '
REAL ESTATE Ph. <1.t '-'4MId room added, on corner lot, very I Plumbing & Electric! Supplies 1 .s .:. Pr Q" :
:> I, Ml north of
Mian a 01 Korkft t : M.tcl, close in on U. S. 1, $24 weekly, New auar hJ '
1,1J9-l\Iotel! 9 units, office and Home or Trailers 1'h..4' M 7-aim? Intellectuals, 267.6441 I Smyrna Plumbing MV ti7. r T 'Wartantx
3 room living quarters 200 Supplies, Inc. l 1
feet US No. 1 frontage. Full TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT CompletePlumbing :' tt, f 1 t a.r: I
price only $33,000 with 1/3 Awnings Cabanas Carports !SELLING OUT, 1964 Regals and I and Electri.nl' Buppllel '
Utility and Screened Fla. Star models 1, 2, and 3 bedroom TRAILER SPACES Water Syitrmi Sprinkler System
down Rooms. 50' and 56'. Long from I Pump, Pipes Yilver, Fitting 63 CHEVROLET; -
R27-Two 75' x 150' lots, four priced Large lets Reasonable rent. Copper Tubing Plaitlo Pipe "Impala" 9 passeng- 5269.5
$3350 to $4450 Low down. 7 year Light Fixture, Wire*. Eta r .
miles south of I R C $1,500 No Money DownUP financing. Moonland Mobile Good transportation to Cape 1232 Canal-New Smyrna Beach V8 er Wagon -
each fide,
Homes. U.S. 1 North of Over- FRIENDLY SHORES Phone 428-2705 and TowersteerIng. -
C54-U.S. No. 1 to River, 600 ft. TO 5 YEARS TO PAYI! pass, Titusvllle, 2675695. U.S. No 1, City Limits Edgewater. Sun.-Nites-Holidays! 428.9923 Radio Heater i,
depth. All high land and readyfor 61 CHEVROLET .
your type business N. Brevard Awning Position Wanted Biicayne 4-dr. sedan an, $5209t'; '

$40,000 6 cylinder, PowerRlide'Tmmmhsinn : '".
43-417 feet Route No. 50 front. Sales Radio, Hesterr '
age, inside city limits Ideal 267-6333-TITUSVILLE DEVELOPERSReal 'I
location for business cateringto GOOD FOR YOUR NERVES'! 82 FOKD XL500. 2.DrV8 .
local and highway traffic. y Estate SalesmanMan Automatic Transmission $$2195
Call for details PowerstecrIng
If feel like and wife team Qualified .
A46-4 Acres North of Route No. you using a tranquilizer over Radio< and< Hcntcr! .

50. $2,200 per acre with only IT STANDS that property you want to buy or sell to take full charge of Sales & 62 CHEVROLET Im- MOfiT
19% down. come on into our office) Buying and Process VA and FHA Papers pala Convertible, \/J7J
1187 Two bedroom furnished FOR selling real estate is busi r
a specialized Through Mortgage Company werglide: transmission! ,.
home In IRC $6000. total ness. V8 Radio and Heater
price, Situated on 60' x 127"lot Write M.G.M., 205 Willow Ave.,
INTEGRITYThis Mcrntt Island, Ma. 62 CHEVROLET Impala .
We can get you anything from a lean.to 1964 PONTIAC t2295
H83-Nice two bedroom home G/P $$4195 2 Door Sport
and to a castle. We can find you mortgage Coupe8, Powfr. ,
with extra large rooms
hardwood floors. Between IRC money, too Toss away the pills and :1j ijilU! :! Real Estate Loaded Plus Fac. Air. glide transmission, Radio and

and Cocoa Selling for $10- come to experts in the business. We'll HIJlj! flealrr
800. save you a lot of time and trouble! INVESTMENT or DEVELOPMENT 1963 PONTIAC 4 DOOR : 62 CHEVROLET
1.080 acres, high wooded $$2495 -
H104-Five ((5)) bedroom River. 8 beautiful land. CAPE KENNEDYarea. "Bel Air" 2 Door Sedan $S1695
front home with 115 feet U.S, Hwy, frontage. Near new Low Miles Air. : 6 cylinder, Radio _.
No. 1 frontage Must see to Air Conditioning
Campbell Associates Inc. J golf course and rapidly growing +,1d
with ,
appreciate $35,000 29% Patrick Air Force base. Maps, I 1 FORD "Gilajtie
down. 1962 CHEV BEL AIR
11109-Two bedroom home with Realtors prices. Write-call., data. Thurmond Realtor cooperation Knight $$1695 Fcrdomatlc door Sport; Coupe Trans.V8 2S1S'91r$

garage, Florida: room and 210 S. Washington 267.7325 Realty Inc, phone 844.1355, Res. Gold and R & II. mission, Power Steering, Radio
four ((4)) adjoining lots 86 Is the official seal of the 0998, W, Palm Beach, Florida.: l and heater.
omoo 000000000 000 000 000000 _..
orange trees on property located 0 000 0000 00000000 000 QOO 00 I 0
National: Association of Real
total price.inside city limits. $16.000 Estate Boards. Only membersof Remember pay your Paper Boy) 1962 RAMBLER CLASSIC $$1295Nice B

H114-Gardendale Area New the Association may displaythis and Factory Air.
Z bedroom 1V4 bath home. seal. And only those who Local & Long Distance Movers HARVEY

down FHA handles.approved. Only $695 display this seal may call them. : 1962 STUDEBAKER V-8 $$1195Auto q4 1iE4tWAAgAN ,
selves R..ltorl.
Hill-3 Bedroom 2 bath home REAL :
fffPgii ESTATE
huge kitchen, family room and George :M. Batley, Jr., Moving ffSSgj Packing and Air e +'a's
living room. Central heat and Inc. wanxns
air conditioning with 2 car Storage gjJ0ES3tf Shipping LICENSE SCHOOLStart .
Bryan-Conway) 4
garage/( Situated in very nice this Tuesday 7 P. M. $$1095 fll FALCON, 4 Dr.
subdivision. $2,000 down. Wuistead, Inc. FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341; attend first session as our iuest.nOWELL'S Auto. Deluxe. Automatic $$1095.
Sharpe. Trans Kndio
Associates LOCAL AGENT
Campbell -
1961 METRO COUPE $$695 "Lemmansons" convert$t2495
I J. W Childre, P.ealtor FUR STOPAGE 1600 N. U. S. No. 1 CRATING 1528 S. Wash. Ave. (U.S. 1)) ible. V8, Automatic ..

Danenburg's Beach PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE 267-1161 Gas Saver Nice. Transmission Power Steering,
Realty 1 Radio and< Heater

Edwards Realty -- 1960 PONTIAC S/WAGON $$1195 Ton 61 CHEVROLET PickUp "$$1195

311 N. Dixie Highway Ed Kittles Power
AgencyL. NICE 3 BEDROOM Steering Auto
Indian River City,
60 FORD "FalrlaneV8.
AM 7-7037 B. Newman, Realtor HOMES $$895
Sydney Schwartz 1960 FALCON 4 DOOR $$795 Fordomatlc! 4 door sedan . .

Don R. Mancini Broker M. N. Weir & Son, Inc. 1 1/2 Hour From Cape Standard Gas Saver1959CADHT 81 BUICK LaSabre

door sedan. Auto matiti 2$1695$

FREE ESTIMATES & PLANS I I CORNER LEE ROAD ,> wtrstpertng!, Radio imf Heater. ,

FINANCING ARRANGED I Si HWY 1792 Loaded and Factory Air. 58 FORD Ranch Waf Crtf '
I. R. C. AreaNew WINTER PARK lon, V8, 4 door Ford- J JlVJ ,
CHEWNING CONSTRUCTION omatic Transmission :
Phone 6444021SHH. I 1959 FORD GAX $$795 Radio and Heater .
modern 3 and 4 bedroom homes 2676789Westwood I

Extra Nice 4 Door. 60 PONTIAC uB :
F.H.A. and V.A. Just Priced -- nne.S159$
completed. ville", 4 Door I $ I

from $$15,950.00, to $20,000.00. Manor I KEEP IT QUIET 1952 OLDS[ 88 $$245 top Powersteering, Hydramaticnsmlssion, Air, Power Conditioning Brakes.I :;'

Radio and Heater ,
Looks and Runs Good r
Trade In Your Old HomeWe STAMPS, but. 81 CHEVROLET Impala :

4 door Sport See S 1695' ,
have ten 3 and 4 bedroom homes dan PowcrglideTransmission. '
Old Dixie HignwayBrick FOR THIS JEWEL! Pcwersteerlng=
under construction. Some with carportsand Radio and Heater >- ,
double Priced from $18,500to YOU CAN TRADE YOUR M'COTTERFORD
garages. TITUSVILLE HOME FOR L Many More Tn Choose From :

1945000. Builder will definitely Homes, 3 bedroom, 2 Full Tile Bath, THIS ORLANDO BUYI! I .
consider old) home on trade. Callus
!your (Colored) Central Heat, Built-in Range Located In Pine Hills Area, con .
today venient to all schools and shopping Gus FaulkChevrolet
w/Hood, Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice of bus transportation, etc. 4
We have and used homes in all
8 new ) Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. bedroom, 2 bath, built.Ins, Fla
locations. Call for an appointment to rm., dining rm., living rm modern .

see.George. Also F.H.A. Homes from $13,750.00 to kitchen, 2 ton air cond. fenced TRADE-IN DIVISION <.
landscaped, 18 x 34 pool .
$14,500.00. $450.00 Down. Ready for Offered for sale or trade at discount ,
M. Barley, Inc. Occupancy. price of only $17,950 I 7-265'i ;i

BEAL ESTATE Campbell Associates, Inc. USED CAR DEPT. "
342 S. Washington Titusville 267-:3622\ 267-5437, 267.5293, 267.2802 210 1028 S. HOPKINS A V& ir i I
S. Washington 267-7325 I
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PAYMENT t V.ealtllf? tl/J $15,000 TO $19,000

Several Large LOTS FOR SALE la FAIR GLEN r

A Community Of Fine Homes In TitusvilleOnly $4730 to K8SO Homes restricted to 1800 iq. ft. minimum .;. t; l

F H A LOW DOWN 2 Miles Wet of U.S. 1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER INC.R ;
3200 Garden St., TitusvIlle. : "

THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY. ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 or 2872331I .:



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Real JLUMIIL tlHlllr, 1: 1" TIlE CIRCl'l Collar or Tit IN TlIEtllttII'rtaLIITOYTIIE have been compiled wltb.ItIAL Block 17; Lots 28 to 34 Inc.,
Estate BRICK, BLOCK and cement work. Townsend Auto Parts M. iOK BKBVAKUrLOKIIJ (OtaTs, 1'Tl ol.IIL tilur. 11 MSTII JllHtML ilHtlir Ot ( > ) Block 17, Lola 21 and 22 Block

Free estimates. Yerger Construc \ H. .' CUL,1\. rl.OKIIM. IS A> U lUl II Kt. WITNE81 WHEREOF I U i Lot U Ulock 22; Lota in
l- UC.\C&k\ NO. t1 J. I I.OHIIH.tll.OCKKV. t .%Ml0 C ,)l':TV. have set my hand and 2U, hock : Lois 31 and
HOUSES FOR SAL tion. AM 7-3728. Newer Used Parts turl.; >O. 577041N0)Tl'R I Chancery >,. .'!1 and have affixed the Great Block 26; ; 8, 7, 8, 4J 07i
Top Prices Paid For DONOVIN H. OF BUT lll'IC". TI IK .t ENIO Seal of the State t>f Florida, 44. Block SO; 45 and 46

COOK'S WELL DRILLING Servo Wrecked & Burned Cars IINUISTPI.IItf JESSIE McKINNEY, RUTI. 81WELL MATHI. at Tallahaaaee, the Capital Block 30; All In TITUSV1LLB .
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BEDROOM, 2 BATH, 2 carportes ice, insured work Plaintiff Plaintiff, thla the SIXTH day of HIIOHTI SUBDIVISION .
built-ins, cedar fence In lcensed. guar Free Statewide Teletype ServiceU. ELVIRA BENOIST Va. v.. MARCH. A.D. 1W4 of 81 I of the SE >.

GARDENDALE. Small equity antee. S. Hwy No. 1 N. 6 Miles Defendant JOHN W. McKIMNEY, .OV MATH13 TOM AOAM'S.cr.l.ry of Section Township 21
I TO: ELVIRA BENOIST Defendant Defendant of State Plunge 85 E..I; aol of
and assume VA loan. 67-7OO2. PAINTER WITH texture equip. Titusville 267-1351 P. O. Box 183Ft. TOl JOHN W. McKINNEY wboae TO: roY MATHIS Mar. 13 20, 27 Apr. 3 (4h'ni.9) 1964. S of the NE Ci of Section

ment to spray dry wall. Call 267- yumner. New Mexico lat known realdence In: HKHIDKNCE UNKNOWN 6, Townahlp 22 South,
1 BEDROOM, 2 BATHS email I 2702 after Wanted To BuyAIR You are hereby notified that a lorD Hyde Park NOTICE Id HEREBY GIVEN Range I5 Eat .. per plat thereof
equity and no qualifying. Deep 6 p.m. Complaint for Divert has beta Hodgea, South Carolina that a Complaint fur Divorce bee IN TIlE flKfl Cot KT <). Till! recorded ; Plat Book 3.
I filed aialnat you, and you are required NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN been filed agalnat you by the Plaintiff MM'H JlimilL ( leLIT. l> page 72, of the publIc reuordi of
well and drapes nice lawn. 270 INCOME TAX returns, accountingand CONDITIONER, 1-2 ton, phone to ,er. a copy ot your An that a Complaint for Divorce baa In the above atyled Court and .\Jl KIM \ .\ >Tk. Ii reese d County, Florida I

Swift Ave., Indian River Heights, system service. C-F Assoc 267-2952. awer or Pleading to the Complainton been filed against you by the you are hereby required to serve a r 'U.I LESS and EXCEPT the following .
2676599. tales. 2670271. the I'I.IUII'. attorney John A. Plaintiff In the above styled Court copy of your ANSVVKK; or pleadlngaon IN IHAACKKY M). t1 3.1 .....b.d property released
-.. I Heed Drive, Uau Oellle. and you are hereby required toserve WI.LAM8 ORILICH. P. O. GENERAL CONFERENCECORPORATION by Pal.1 Release 01 Mnrtsase
USED City Auto "Florida and file the original An- '
OF 20th
( of
I BEDROOM, 2 BATH! in PAINTING awer or Pleaillni In the office of a copy of your anawer and t.led day
bui ROOFIG additons. 7.3. pleading upon the Plalnllff'a attorney Atlorneya for the Plaintiff, and tile SEVENTH-DAY ADV1NTIITI and recorded In Official
kitchen, carporte, 16 x foot ad repair. I the Cleric of Circuit Court on or !, UTKOUU a: MARION the original ANSWER In the Office a religIous Record, Book 82. page 177 publiu .

swimming pool fenced yard, guaranteed, Ucen Wanted To Rent before the 61b day of April, 1W4.If KILLIY.. 1001. Eau Uallle, of the Clerk of the Circuit orfauljed under the laws recorda of Urevard County
well you fall to do 10, Judgment byt5fouit Florida and file the Court. Tltuavllle. Brevard I County. 01 the UnIted States for the Florida: From the S cornerof
deep led and bonded. an-
Terms bearranged.
$12.9. can 267.341. will be taken aialnit you iwer or pleading I orllln.1 the Florida, on or before the 7th day otApril. OI.lrlc 01 olumbl. Sou. 31 Twp. 21 South Kange

FURNISHED 1 or 2 bedroom for the relief. demanded In the Clerk of the ":th'c: Tllui lDfi4. If you fall to do 10. a rl.Iul., 'M Kaal, run Nortb Hi deg. 23
PAINTINGDECORATING Complaint.CUtltT Decree Pro Confeno will be taken mln. 2u aeo. along the
title, Florida, on or before the 30 I.t.
SOUTH LAKE corner house, 3 house or apartment walking distance ( 8E4L day of March, 1M4. you fall to do against you for the relief demandedIn CIIEV01T *. South line of .lt Sec. 81, a dla-

$400 down $64 month- to stores, etc., no children. PARNES 'o, a Decree Pro I ... will betaken the Complaint.I INC. a "orlur.tol soloIng tauce of I.e. thence
Clerk of Circuit
bdrom. Court : my hand and officIal under the of North 0 d".. 84 West
2676325. agilnat you for the relict demanded WITNt:11 lt.L.
Alachua Ave. Ily: V. U. Hpangler DC .. Florida, this Florida, .1 al. W fuel fur the point of beginning -
andPAPERHANGING In the Complaint, Tiuaile.
Mar 6, 13, !W. 21 U rl.I) 11M.NOril v nf Ilhd" Defendant wail point being on the
NEW HOMES In Forest Hills, 3and GARAGE, SINGLE or double for This notice lhall be publlahndonui ( .' .lUt. Miritr; luLl North right-of-way line otliraden

4 bedroom, all electric sod- private workshop (for several 'R or INT.* IIU.N Too weeka a In week the for Tlluiville four ((4) consecutive {'l'U'rll R. DAK.VK: TO: II. IUI .. tl BON* 1Ire.l. run thence
C. H. Frlzzell months. 2ti7-5 tied and landscaped W% down lltTIIIUtH cate, Tltuivllle, Florida. .
N-MI. Hi-rile Hall of West, IM feet thence North nil
under the laws vl tIle S'.a.e
end low monthly payments.' 1120 Johnson St. 207-3747 I cOIII.nc. with Hou. DONI and URIIIU.I la Chan- Deputy Clerk New York with deg. al win 20 inc. Bait 6422

Chewning Construction Company Want To TradeCAR .' lbalt.r :1. 1.awe b.r. 'Tltu.vle. ., thla liday Slur 41, 13,21t:> I. 2 (Frl.) 1MI.IV I. place of 11 It'.elal feet the P. C. of a curve lo
of of of ) Iu.lne..I a16
"nd. .bruay
T.V. 141. 194.
SERVICE CENTER. 267. Dud Man- 1..1.1. having a r.liu. of
267.678. Itnl1 will r..l ler the Clerk CURTIS R. BAKNK8: islE; ( IHCI IF C'Ol'KT OK TIlE Ilro'I. New an ,, a661.t
City 1.1
Home service calls only Circuit Court la UrevaruCounty h.l.. lew YO"1 .nt .nll.
3. Cli-rk of the Circuit
Court is 4 d. joIn 43 .
FOR kind of :I"rl .
01'11CIKCt. .
ttVO HOUSES In Edgewater Fla. with this ad. All repalr any garage Florida, upon receipt ol Ply C. KuaxellDeputy N I'Y. Easterly 8 th earcufia" Id
\ equipment, air compressors, of of title notice, I. Clerk r tChancery IK.\"I () You ate hereby notified lhat a along
stores. Cash $400 and $120 guaranteed in writing Qodays. .ruul publlc.to l.tHII curve feet thence TonlhT
tear fictitious lull In equity haa been brought aa.bt
month for both. Write jacks grinder etc. 405 Hopkins, name. (Court Seal No. 2C.217 den. ( ,,. 23 see Kant IMfeet
Ownr to-wlt: Tlie UlK Oranie under which _!.b. 28. Mar. '. 13. 20 (Frl) l'J64.MITIC ( DOKOTHY MATILDA axalnnt: you Iii' .1.'ontnrete1.orlttrat,00 10 She North
3600 Surf side Terrace, Day we are e".1 In Ditto and troll IlCKI.EI. uf cenvaIIII Ad- line of Garden rl.ul..y. ', thence
tona lieach, Fla. INCOME TAA and bookkeeping 2t7520.Work ahlppliix at Indian. River City, Klor 11.11111v. Vetluta. a reilgi ooecor purailon or. Weaterly along the ara of

service, Resident 287-3316 Wanted Ita. and that the undorelgnvd; ae K: of iri.icno.N AMIU1UIN and FLOK- gantued under the bows 01 (tietnI.eti I to the having a rodlos acurve -
I.AMDEIT Siawi fur the District of rllii.
SACRIFICE, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Office 2673751. II. Burgess & i. only p.r.on Inl..Le. In eatS Notice .UK TAX llt.r.ll .IN. hlH wle. andKICIIAKD In the Circuit Court of 3814.IJ and an I Intersection
U hereby given that holder
bu.ln. Culumbl.
AMHUKIN of 6 d,'.. 81 ml,.
central heat, a/c, make offer Associates. uaeu at Tluel. Florida, this of Tax Hala Certificate No. 47 Imimil OaVAAMRH1 Circuit In and for 46 dlatance of 3J0.78
>8 day of the IN. II. wife et al Iirevarta County FlorIda. ard, YOII aec. a f'.1to
:67.126. -------1 February l14. bib day ot June A 1> lUtil has the P. T. of aal.l curve,
INCOM TAX nl.lOTI'a are hereby aummoned. ordered and
C. ethic
returns prepared. U.rrl..I. Woe aunt In my office and bin thence South 811 d.,. 28 Otto 20
|rso DOWN. Phone 3.00 and 300 easily manuscript I'enillelon U. Lactic application( I"r. tax deed OF < OMMI4HliiNr.KV required to Wu your .auawcr West 64.2i
3 air up. up copies feel to the polutof
bedrom. con- 27.318.- Feb. 28. Mar. 6. 13. 20 (frl.) VMtMCliriC thereon and nan paid or redatinudall .\Lt is 1'\KrIIO' "llrNotc. 0 defenaea 5 to the comlI.lnl filed 'u.
tiitionod, carporte and typing neat accurate, reasonable. -- ----- outitandlnai City texrsssecsed U that the herein agalnal you en- b..ln"lnt.ALSO

family room. Mr. Evans. 2873267. PAINTING, expert, reliable and Call 267-3751 nites 267. <>K AITI.K'.tTIO.N: by the City '1.IDI the lands hereinafter .. Commiiwloneraliureln tilled cause In the office of the LKH8 and EXCEPT the
satisfying work. Estimates glad- 6253. lull l' \ : HKt.ltNolle .. Bald, certificateembracea under and by virtue of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, aol, following deHcrlbed
Court Order entered I In the above for Brevard Florida al hi. II'ul.orly reItaaed -
ly. AM 7-0778. .l I. hereby given that holder the ,deacrllied County by Partial ofMortasig
folowlnl cause directing aulo of the office In the Court Iluuxe In Tltuivllle JI.lc.u
of Tax No. II..u..1the real entate In { property
BRENTWOOD ESTATES CARPENTER, 15 YEARS experience lal. leriicl. "lu.vlu. aCer ftc Florida before lit ""LOt tne 20th day of
61h 11M1 hue Urevard anon y, Florida. : ber.ln.Uur d..orlb.d. wil on or
I. and
A.I. February recorded
< well planned models are now ICOME TAX RETURNSby desires to relocate in this filed same In my and bee South 1 feel of North 13" fert tale and sell at to day of AII'I. ]!'Ai4. and to nerve a I'fflclul' Record Hook 8J, In

Open. Brentwood Estates U mintites or appintmentLcensec area. Arnold Uixon. lit. 1 Box made, application for a l." deed of : lot feet. Nth of KH of the hlgheat and bent bidder for cash copy uf answer or defenaeaupon politIc recorda of pagein
trained, thereon and tiaa paid or redeemedall 17 acrea of Government Lot 1, at the East front door of the Bre Thomas L. Hendoraon, plaintiff : County, Florida Ir.ar.
from downtown Titusville, experience. 67B, Plant City, Fla.MHM outatanillnf City Uxri a waned ai deacribed In official Reconli vard County Courthouse, I In Tltuavllle I a attorney herein whone alice, point I 1305.73 feet: North Begin 1

West on Garden Street. FlEA oplan. 27.024. --- b" the City acalnel the lanila here Hook. 3D, Page Irev.rd Couniy. Florida, on I a02 10Ulb Wauhingion Avenue. 84 deg. 18mln.
West and 33
Ifl arc feet
r: UI I \TP.7. -rio 'to Mon 3(1( 1M4. it 12UU: .. before
manor riuaunbed. ur :
Bald oa
VA, 2-3-4 bedroom homes, from ilNGER SEWING Machine Co., Kr.lilnrr.lt .U"llW1111 .. the following c.rUII.I.rmbr.e. According to the plat thereof on Noon, the following described property Tiluoll. ..101.1. by the laws.hi of North Nil deg. lu mln. 21 ace.Kast .
deerlb. file In the office of the Clurk of lit, < : of the SW
|83 month Includes IJe and service. in oum".nc. wln IUUh. UI, rual estate In City of Tltuavllle situate I In 1rv.rl County Florida and the Florida Rules jf corner' nf the
) eve) Plnkul.beal No. lila, Circuit Court Plat Hook Page NW of tins HIS of the BW
thing. ) or NE sharpened. tl..lcr .unu" 1." Uievaril to wit: Florida, to-wlt Civi Procedure. If you fall to tb lo >
267.712 .8. ec. tawe of .Iur.. Acta uS ( COI.'Y. 'hrld. -. Publlu Record of ItrevardCounty. Decree Pro Confess will be 4 of Section 31, Townililp, 21
111. l.nt 7. Hllck 3V. Flat of Tlluxvl Lot nineteen (10) and twenty
Florida: unlrea the City South. Range ;33 East
'BEDROOM 1. untlrrolgtteti: wIll I nitlu.nr ": tt.eitrh He. 3. 23liange (ill)) Boctlon nine ((91.) Township entered agalnit you for the rUI th.n.
2 bat new low ( of the Clrutiti Court In use. lecUoD Town.hll Clerk la paid a diffident amount Inredeem demanded the Complaint. r.le North SO lrg. 10 .c.
flown section In FREE LP bottled installation. card County Florida. uuun rccviulof 11 laid cerlflcala and, tax llena twenty-nine (29)) South East: 147 feet, thence North 1
payment gas liroof of publication uf, tiaa According lo the plat thereof on and all conti according lo law (lieproperty Range thlrty-ieven (JI) East The name of the court In which log. II mln. 84 ..". West 6J.07
.._' & Hills. 2S7-3M4 209 N. U. S. No. I, Titusville. iiullue, t... lulluwlim fictltluuaname file In the office of the Clerk of the deaerlbed therein will ba To".lhe with the bulldlnga and thla lull has been In.lll.d la circuit feet, thence South 88 d... 41

Suburban Propane Gas Service. to-wit: "IJAM'J.NUIKO Circuit Court Plat Hook 1. P... .I cold to the hlgheit bidder at the office Improvement situate thereon. Court Ninth Circuit mln. 3d aeo Weat 817.04 feet
LUXURY LIVING, new brick KhALTV under which t am enlaced to 12, Publlo Record of Hrevard of the Cliy Clerk In the Said property will be sold lubjectlo Brevard County, Florida, and the thence South 1 dug. 18 mln. 84

4 bedroom, bath, 281.Used In Heal Estate Ilrok"r.". at County riorlda: unleei the City Hall In City of Tltuivllle, oA' valid llena of record. abbreviated title ot thIs caae la sea Kaet 49.82 feet to the pointof
\encer. : ue ui4 Mouth WashIngton Avenue Tltuavllle Clerk I. paid a lufflclent amount toredeem beginning at 1:00: 0 clock In The above described property, together General Conference Corporation of beginning. Containing 0.1)6
range and dishwasher with all .ot tenement Eleventh-Day Adventlnti. a religiouscorpurailon
blonds, and that the under. laid u.rlflu.l. anil tax afternoon Knatern Standard Time, acres
and disposal. Intercomvith Cars & Trucks .ignelieth. only perion Intureaiad llena and all : to law! on the tint Monday In the month tif heredltamenta and appurtenancesihoreunto organised und.r the ALSO LESS and EXCEPT the
\ AM and radio, central aald bualneaa.Dated the property e..redre will April l14.! which la the 6th ofApril belonging or In anywise lowe ot the United Slalea for the following .
t.y released -
FA be .oh&& to .t the appertaining will be soul at saIdsate Dlatrlct of Columbia, -viChevolt .crlbel propely
oil heat Tlluiville Florida, this 104.DAT by Releaae of
alrCDndrJn. -- ------ of March. A.M. 11M4. 1 office of the CII City THIS 26tn day of February In pursuance of laid Order Hilli, J.lat. I.e., a corporation Mortgage Pal.1 the 12 of
VOLKSWAGON 1960 clean $950.21.SZ. day subject to confirmation of laid the laws ot dll.d day
wo burning t C. W. DanenburMarch Hall In City Tltuavllle Florida, IW4.! sale .1.1" Ins stale Auguai, 11019! and recorded laOfficial
carpet double bcilnnlng at 1:00:: o'clock In the Margaret Cooper by the Court tf Forid.
a luac 211, ilT Aurll 8, 1U. (Url.) 1M4. Dated Brevard further notified that the Record Hook 2U4. page
-- -- afternoon E..I"rn Standard 'time on of TltuHVllle.Florida Titual. .r
fully landscaped City Clerk City publlo recorda of
lt. the flrat Monday In the month of County, th day of nature aald lull li to foreclose arnOrtguee r.vr.
963 PONTIAC \(>rU K Forida.
CATALINA. sports County Florida: From
For \'I'I.I.\TIO: the ..ndr.uord.d
appointment February given to plalntlffi IF
which li the 6th of
2.5. day
bIlk SEAL '
Apri 114. ( ) corner of the SW of the
without automatic T.1..1
coupe, David Myeraa I In Official Recorda Book
power 5
Notice I. hereby .Ivn holder pl'l 114.DATED. March 8, 13 20, 2(Frl.) 1064. US S of Section 31, Townahlp
824. record of Bre a
steering and brakes. Radio factory of George Barley page public
lax Bale
Certificate : issued THIS 26th day of February Mouth Range 35 Eaat,
No.1a card
aJ. Paul Florida -
Conway County the following Urev.r.
FOR SAL air all tinted seat the bin cay of June 1U 4. I upon .
LOn glass, County 'Iorld., go
Feb. 28 Mar 6, U, 20 (Frl.) 1964.IN : describe'1 property
filed la .
belts. Less tame my cOlas and Margaret Cooper 85 mln. aeo West along the
than 6,000 actual PARCEL
11 8fc! 's of the 12
iv c iNcur cot BT or TIlE
made appllvatlon ror. tax deed Al '
City Clerk City of TUt East of "a Section
ATTENTION miles. Tllu.vlle.. NW \ and '. of HW V, ofSection .Id 4
BUILDERS < loU.s $1200 under
original cost. theieon and has paid or redeemed 1iorldaNEAL : JtOllltL C'IKC1H. I line a distance of 667 feet thence

is, $2200 each. Shady Oaksubdivialon Call Ronnie Boyd. 267-0655 after all outstanding City taxee .....d ( ) .\:1 tOK J'K.a.\KU lIlt Nib ( Ot KT OF Rang 35 81,Bait.TownshIp 21 South Wacrei go South 8> deg. 04 mln. 08 ...0.W..I .

large storage warehouse 5 p.m. or 267.121. Financing ar I by the City UecriMd.aialnat Bald the lande hereinafter March (, 13. 50. 2 (Fri.) 1964. .UKI'\. .( NE .
certlc'I" V <>H tOlSTl corner the present Di -
and small house Included. ranged. DII\\H" :
embrace) the fallowing IX TUB COfRT Of R. MacDONALD
d.crlbed CIKCt'T Til 11.1)11110 '. of the SW ( West I of po.aI Plant Bite and .blub point
_Call owner. 27.59.LRGE real eitate In City of Tltuavllle, MVMI 011>(.1. tlKCl'IT Cr PI.lallf. tllV.NCfcKY NO. tJ.IIW.NUIICt the Is i the point of beginning I of the
NW M ot the BB of the
51 CHEVY good condition de.pendabie Urevard POOR .. *
Couniy, 'lorlili, to wit: .1.Ukl"1 TOO )( properly to be Included thlaSouth
Lot t, block 5, HKLKN O. .XI SW 4 and North 110 feet ot N .
LOT for multiple dwell for local l transportation Hubillvlalon Hecllun Head a. Allen IIIVM-KKI Ml.t .L 7:1..lNOTICK \ '0,1ISI MacDONALD.Defendant.. JOHN 1). MacARTHUK, H of the H S of the rTW "s of description: tinencecuntinulng

community business. $2 Call 2B7-5456. 22. Stooge B5.Aooordlni 1'lwn.hlp TO AIPBtRJOHANNA TOl HELEN O. MacDONALU Plaintiff, the IW., Section 81. Townihlp West an deg. 04 mln. 01 .
a die caece of 800 feet
down, $31 monthly. Also lo the plat thereof on DOROTHEA UIAKK.Plalatlfl. Exeter, Ontario Canada HAVEN GREEN v.DEVELOPMENT 21 and Range. 3(ut.. LIII thence North 1 deg. 35 mln. 63eo. ;
TRAILER TOTER 1948 Ford file In the office the Clerk of the (No street addreai mailing .
nance building. Inquire, 267-1481. o addreaa COMPANY, .1 .1.. deed recorded I In Official Record West a dlatance of 110 let;
good condition. Reasonable 267.' Circuit Court. Stock 2. Pa.. 20, V.. : Defendanti. thence North 89 deg. 04 .
P.O. Box 730. Ont.rlo.C.n.d. Book 13, 502, and asdescribed
3377. Public Recorda vf Urevard County HARRIS BLAKE, E..t.r. TO: Republic National Bank of In pal' deed eec. Bait a dlatance of 800 feet:
Sale or Trade Florida: un I... the City Clerk I. Defendani.To ) Dttllai. A National Banking In corretv. Book thence South 1 deg. 86 mln. 62aec.
paid a sufficient amount to redeem : HARRIS BLAKE ARI NOTIFIED Dllcl.1 .
Dallaa 22 Texai, East a dlataace ot 110 feet
1963 CHEVY II Nova SS, take up aid certificate and tax llena and ciicoot add renea,. reeldencaunknown that a for divorce been lorlur.t.oa. and 14, page 31. to the point of beginning of the
I I BEDROOM 2 DAT!! Florida payments. 2671981. to law the brought agalnat you by FRED R LE.o EXCEPT land del-
.a"or.I" properly to be Included In this
: Doyle Meter Supply In deed recorded In Of.
room closed in patio described therein will be aulilto MacUONALD. In the Circuit Court Co.lu.
pool You notified .
or are hereby that I IIllll a Ninth In and A Georgia i-lal Recordi Book 171, .urlplol.
Will trade for small acreage in 59 CHEVROLET 2 dor. au&o the the City hiBhem Clerk bidder In tOn at City me office Hall of of Complaint fur Divorce has ulh. .. Judica,Circul. ., and Tbom"vll., Georgia. puolle record 8. p.t.rv.rd ALi and EXCEPT thi
In been filed aaalnat and an
you you You notified thata Florida. described
transmission and
Brevard 267-2650. ordered County re-
County. City uf Tltuevllle, Florida, bralenleg ot you are hereby aummoned ae prol.rly
required nerve
a copy your.n.w.r complaint lo certain LESS and EXCEPT lands dea leased by of
u'cluuk and required lo file your written lurolo. a P.rt.1 .
at : In the .
NEW AND USED 1950 CHRYSLER $50; 1956 Ply. ..1:0 Standard Time on af.rnooa. or pleading( to the BIll 01Complaint an..r or defeniea to the complaint mortgage and for a declaratory decree cribed In parcel! numbered 1 and Mortgage 12th day of
on the PlaIntiffsAttorney.
ro b.r.la. .. 2. deicrlbed follows April lutf3 and recorded In Of tic'
(repair and ammunition mouth $60 1934 Oldsmobile M I In the month of April Lloyd A. Smith 135 C.o.1Ilre.l. l.d h.r.ln against you In the above determining a cOllrov..y aa :
GUS ) ; con. uld.1 the in the office 01 the to the following descrIbed property 1..ln at the SW corner of the 1.1 Record Rook 689. page 208,
Hth day of April 1IM 4. O.UI
south Florida Wonder vertible, $75. 2676998. DATED THIS Win day of February > .Mew Imyr. .Beach nold., Clerk or the Circuit Court In and lo-wll! \ of the SE of the SW pubilo recorde of BrecardCounty.

land. Indian River Gun Shop. I 1S04.Mi your anawarpleadlnge ur for B.vrd County. Brv.rd County Al thoie certain lots, pl.eO or H of Section 81 Township I FlorIda: Begin at a
81' FORD, 4 door, automatic, riant Cooper In the oilc. of the Clerk Courlboune. .. .. Of laoel. of land .IU.I. lying Mouth Range 35 Bail, and point on the West line of the SE
01 tb" Circuit Urevard
or before the 8th day of April In ly, Florida North 1 deg. II mln. 84 leu. V ot Section 81, Township 21
SCraD Iron & Metals 2.0 miles, $1000. 2673798. City FloridawEAL Clerk, City of Tltu.vll.. CounlY.the Tttuivllle.loth Florida, on ur and (lerva a copy of such answer. more particularly described Wet along the 40 acre line adistance South Range 35 Eaat .llu.t.1

( ) boor. t.y of April 194. or dot cones upon FLOYD V. as followi: of 15U6.7I feel; thenceNorlb 200.00 feet North 01 deg. > .
1959 FORD pick-up F600. Phone March 6. 13. 20 (Frl) 11MJ4.IkOTICK fall to 0. Judgment JR.. Plilnllffi Aloro.y. HULL Lola 1 through 33, Block 3; Lots 89 deg. lu ml,. 24 sec.Kasi 64 aec. West from the SW corner -
2(7-2845 noon weekdays. 2 Default will be taken agalnat you addren ti 1040 ., Fort 1 through 3. Block 4; (ole 1 parallel to the North line of laid IE Wi; run thence
KING IRON & METAL : Or AITI.IC.tTIUM for, the relief demanded In the Illll Lauderdale. layvl, 33304, on or before through 29, Block 5; Lota 1 of the SE 'iu of the SWL. of laid North 01 d. 0 mln. 65 ieo.

'61 FORD V.8 automatic 2 door KK TAX IIKKII; of Com l.lot. Da.d ibis 4th day of laid date, ai required by the through 16 Block 6; Lota 1 Section 81, VHU.O lel1: thence West along .. "'".t line of
Notice l hereby liven that holder March A.D., 116t. l luws of the Slate of Florida, and through 2H, Block 7; Lola I South 1 dog 18 mln. ". Eat, SE W a distance of 765.379 feet;
Buying Iron, Steel Metals sedan, radio, heater. $200 take of Tax Bale I. Certificate No. 4 I SEAL) the 1934 Florida Rules of Civil Pro througn !I6, Block 81: Lots 1 parallel to the Weit line of the thence North 88 deg. 60 ml,. 05

over payments. the 6th tay, ot June A.D. luu.t] CUITI BARNES. cedure. you fall to do 10, a Decree through 13, lock 9; and Lute 1 Kant Vi of the 8WH. 84893 feet ao. East a d 1.1.nc. of 11.0
4 Miles South On'U.S. No. 1 267-18. fllKil same In my office and has the Circuit COlrt I Confeeio will be entered hrough 50. In: of HAVEN to thi North line of the 8E' of feet; thence N orb 01 .
Magnolia Motor Co. made application tax deed Urevard I County )' agalnit you for the relief demanded 1REEN PINEWOOD SECTION the SW : thence South 88 den. mln. 65 eec. dlatance of
Cocoa Florida thereon and has paid lur.or redeemed Bertie HaiiDeputy In the complaint. subdIvisIon of the 10 mln. It aeo. Wesatoncaidline ( lt>6,902 feet; thence North Oil
Inleituuunai Harvester rucks all oulatandlni City 0aaeeeeeuoed Clerk WITMEHi my hand Clerk of Mouthwe of Section 10. 11.7e feet; thence South deg 23 rnln. Ill aw. East a dla

rUJLUMU MACHINE HULLS only Scout 4-Wheel Drive by the City air al Hat the lande horeInafter Mar. 6. 13, *), : lId) 1M4.i laid Circui Court Urevard Townihlu 80 South Range !1 lgXaat 1 ... It mln 24 eec, East 355.1 tance of 61.2 feel; Ib.nc.Norlb .
Uitvard Florida feet South 89 deg. 25 .
I bald certilIcete Cou and the aeal of County ; Ib.nc. OU mln. 40 aec.Weat
25c eacn at toe StarAdvocateOffice. Sales Parts Service embraces decrlo.t. described \ Tilt fl"lTIT cot Ilt or Tit aid Court at Tltuivllle Urevard aceortlol to the Plat thereof re- ml,. 20 aeo. West 81)6.03 feel to a a distance of 13.000 fe.t

loua: W. Canal itt real enlate In City "01 Tltueviile. : otaI'IU. CIKflir, County, Florida, on the 6th day of I Plat Book 12, at page point 23.0 feet East of the West thence North 89 deg. 25 ml .
40Mew County to wit M> IHI' .\1 I (ilLNTt, March. 107 Public Record of Brevard line of the East M of the SW ec. East a dIstance of 401160f..I
bmyrna beacn lrl. and 11.' Block'I d"U", DixIe: \ rl.tlHIUA ( 114.ICOl'RT ) County Florida.hai 'a of Section 01. Townahlp 21 ; thence South 00 d. .

NOTU.t 1/8 4Urevard / l :., Hocllon 1 TownshIp 21 < haiii-err >. 571:10: 'CURTIS R. BARNEI. Clerk been filed agalnat you and youarsrequlre 'South, Rang 35 East; thence ml,. 4O lec. East a illnlance of1U6.000
NOTICE U IBY GIVEN : :CIC'I TO ur.ttMi of Circuit il I aerve a copy of your South 1 dog IS mln. 34 nee. feet; thence North Ill) deg.

lhat It la the Intunilun lie unuer- County, witnlnonlen.iur J..II. a to the plat thereof on LINDA III Sly Beetle Hall answer or pleading to the complainton East, parallel to laid Went line 25 mln. 20 we. Eaat a dimanceot
l.en..I corpuratlun lo aniage In a muiitua from'lurl"l.the dull .. A.or.lnl uf luu Clork of tine Plalnllff D"I.Ity Clerk the plaintiff a Attorney!. Will- of the Steal H of the SW' of t.2U feat; thence Souih DOIff.

.ualiivaa eulerprlae under lha tictliluue I Ihe first heieof. tt fie,oott I. ullo', llook 44. ". FLOYD V. JR. lama Oclllch. 44 Grant Place 1. Section 81, Towninlp 2 South, ( 84 rain. 40 "0. Bail a dlat
name' ol &1".U4NTI COk- publcalul Bul.ltlalma Public Hecoida of Is YvlLI.tAM J.. NORKI9. Attorney( for HI'I. o.I 1.Joo III, Melbourne Florida, Ranga 35 ) feet; ance of 136.00 feel; th.nc.luuLb .
revar :;
LuC'liUN AUIII", lu."led Ittlttr or t'nlllt. tu cuutuln I I IB I.I : uoleae the City co"n I. Defendant 1'11lyvlew' -Drive fill the original Aniwer or Iloadln"In thence UlbE"ceOi mln. 69loo. 19 deg. 25 mln.' 20 0.Wil. .
>vw llavou A..lu.. In the thy ofMelbourne /' J. WII.m W.u.lol pall t'I"ld.1 etotuuot to TO: WILLIAM J. NOlltl Fort ", Flnrti'a 31104Mar. the office of the Clerk th. West point of a distance of 80.000 feet;
I ,.vard l"luIY. r'lor- J." WII.m sold ,.ertIi'Irate a .lf.lel.11 and Ileote aid rede.m altcolts You WILLIAM J. fUIUUS 8. U, So, 27 ( rl.) 11164.IN tlrcuii Court Urevard I County beginning ( 2".'> thence South oo dog. 24 mln. 40
lua; and to rculater .1" lame Alturn.v Pe.llluner 10 11.I.w. the hcirliy notliled lh,1 111 ul ( Courthouse, Tltl.vle. Florida onor acres)5. ALSO the Kail: 10.0 fyi aeo. Eaat a dlaiance ot 115.0100feet
Svith H. 0 Box 1173Kau accortilog prnp COMPLAINT for Divorce bee of the South feet nf the
the Clerk uf 1 C'lruull therein will he b. a before the April, IUI4. I 210.1 ; tb.nc. North 89 deg. 23mln.
.f Hrevaril : Florida .rly dlcrlled filod agalnat and NE t of the '4 of ruction .
Cvuniy. flarldu.Thuae 0.11. bhhl.r .1 the "rn. or you you are ro- you fall to do 10, judgment Jo aea. East a distance
InUreaieu lit nil lerprl... Mar.JiV, Apr.. 3. 10 IKrl.) lIMil.IN 10 the the City,Clerk In the City Hall. ICl.y quired to verve a copy I Ill t rlHTIir C'II II T or'. TIIK I.ul will be taken agalnit you for SI. Township 21 South R.n" 45.315 feet: thence South 00 .o.
StI lb. enenl of Interact of --- -. -- awer or pleading to the fIYn oltlKlt. I. 1 IK relict demanded the Complaint 85 Eut. 14 mix 40 ieo. Eaat a distance
loch It. aa follow.: II. TI.C'IKI'llr: I I III Kf o> r 1 I 11.: of Tlluaville, Flurlda, bellnnlni plaint to .tile Plaintiff .\ I'o. > 111"'kO <.<'NT\, PARCEL 3: Tin SW ot theN 165.VUO tent; hence( South o II

\ Ir.1 H. Apke II char,. of Stock :1TI 0111 1\ tIKIIir. l I' at Hantorn 1UU q'clii n'the flr. U. K.: I'lTTS. P. U. He ;). 1.lel-i | rLOHIIIk Thla notice .hal be published once I i*. the West H the SBW deg. 25 mln. 20 ..ec.taut a
Ih. C. AIIK 4 sharon of Stock. IK"\\KI KM .N'M ,. In 1IrJnTI' of April t9414. lite U.'uch. f'la. and 110 the IN I \NfKHY Ml 17:11.1on : each week I ourcoosacu live Section 81 Township 21 la lice ef 214.298 I.ell; thence
vainea ..b.. 1 vhare of Stock t LOKII.tU.ltK1\. which Monday the uf April IWI. .n..r ur .I"dlnl the of.Ie. 01 > < K: or MI irLUCILLE weeks In Star-Advocate Tltuavllle, South. Range 35 East, exceptingtherefrom South 11 d... 44 mln. 43 aco.
VKU-M-JAY COIHUJIAriuiSliy Ml. 1H.1$ the Cleik, Court on vr.ror BUADDOCK BUNCH Florida.DONE. the right-of-way nf East a dlitance of 29.275 feet
Vlrill H Alke lU rl..; TO lISP t, In DATED 1U64.IviMigHret.TIlls 2blh day ot feb- the 7th day of April 11M4. 1'1.1.11 AND ORDERED at TltuavIllM Florida: State Highway 8-4u, to a point on the Northerly
MARLuOIWUlllAVllUK HANK rUalY you ll lo do i ao. Judgment by v. Florida, this 6th day of Marvin rnntilnlng I 12O( acrei. LElW and rlgbl-of-wiy of Garden Street

alar. 30. 27, Apr. 5, 111 1 ) !4.Mirut. j".uhu.el. .vln" Il n's. '.'itycierk,Cooper of Tlluaville, default ne> taken afa.nat you (14R118PWAID HUNCH. 19fil. EXCEPT land at deacribed Indeed (Sate Roail No. 46' 100 R/W)
Y1. City
11.1"lr. fur the relief demanded lu aald I.w. .. doeleees.tr CurtIs R. Barnea recorded la Official Record aid point also being a point on
or "TIOTI, : TI ". ( FloridaSrJAL Complaint.Thli lp.., or oher' p-reons Clerk Circuit Court Book 14, page ale pulillorecordi a concave to the NW hay.
H HARRY NAHTEK'an.l SYLVIA ) notIce shall be KdwardUunca Hrtvard County, Florida ol Urevard County 24U6. ,.
tI"I..1 ..UllnLIIt March 8. 13. JO, (Frl.) 1W4.! publleheil claIming under Charlvi Ins a radlua of 40 .11)
,. 110..e NAifTEK. his wife, 2 once each week fur foccottse-OIlve, By Beetle Hall )'iorila.PARCEL. thence from a tangent bearing;
h 16. Chapter Number ar.tjj, Lows Defend litr or' Al'rM.ii'tllos' week I In the Tllimvllle, ttiar-Advo- Defendant Deputy Clerk 4-A All ot Block 3: ef South 74 .1.,. 48 mln. 88 aeo.
.f rloilua. Ac.. uf lull tlie mineraimed TO'Harry: Naetrr and r-ylvla Nanter ISO 1 I.. 1A 1.t.I'Nntc. ..1. 1'lu.vllle. Klorl.li. ItlKT TITlE; (SKAL Lota 1 to I I Inclusive, Lola 1 Weal run along the are of eelS

will register wick the Clerk hla wife tl.t la hereby liven that bolder Iun. Ufh'rpd. In Tlluavlll. In the Name of the itnte o Florl.la Nor 6. 13 20. 2(Fri.) 1'HII. to S7 Inclusive, LoU t to 5u curve :a.71 Ire through a central -
"f the Circuit Court In tirevard '1..hl"nc. unknownYou of Hale N... 31 leaned {'ou ty. Florida, thIs 5ib Tot Chance Edward lun'b. his ... Block 4; All Illock 1: ... 44 mln. 31
\ouOy. Florida, upon receipt of .r nollfleil that a the 6th day Crtrt.t.A.D. 1K1! hue day of March 1914 h.lr..1 law. legatee ,. C IKTI Ir.\T or C'OKI'OK.\T All Block I: Al Block 7: All .to the SI corner ot property
publication if thla nullce, cornplalit to foreclose a certainmurtiaie In. .of flea and baa (Court ..) .r.nl.. or any other p.r.ol' 10140(0 I.e. TlI) Block I; Lot to 23 Inc.. Block described Official Recorda
the on the following ctHaurlbeil led some my R. Ilarnea Charles I tote 1 to 21 ., Lota to Book
lolo.lnl fictitious name, ta- for a tan deel UI'LI Clerkof claiming uoder Udwaru ; a. 2 6. page led,
'wIt: Heal Gatate Aoncy' properly to-wlti thereon and haa paid or redeemoti Co.rlby Huncb. IN TIlE: \I: .\ "" It\ TIlE: 50 Inc.. Block ID: Lets I 2SIno records;Ir.v.rdCou.ly

"nder wnlch I am ena.ed In bui- All that certain piece, parcel or all outatandlna City I. aoeoseeti turtle Hailliepltty And to: Al unknown Ti>oueei of .\ \ITI"IIT\" Tit MT.tTK: Lat 28 to 4 Inc.. Block 11: from a tangent b.alnl of South

Ineaa .t Mime, )Florida anti th.llh. tract of land tltuale. loth. by the CIty egalnot the.lantls here- Clerk aald named natural Urfend- FI.OKII Lota 24 .. Lets 27 1 81 o>.. 8 mln. 0 West run
fcuderalined li the only In- County of Brevard and tate of matter _aid certificate Mar. t. 11, 2s. 27 ( Fri.) 1964. ante' TO ALL TO \' PRESENTS Inc., Block 12; Lois 24 and 2 North 1 cleg. mln. 09 sac
created In aid buelneaa.prul Florida, deecrlbed aa follows: embrace d.erlbe.
Dated al TIIU.v11 I'lorlda title LOT 1, BLOCK K. of 811 Eli- real na4 l la City: "I Tltuavllle,, MITUKOFITIIC: \T1OXFOK by. through under or agalnit l.NUSiWhereaa.: Inc. Lots 18 lo It Inc.. Ll 3 to the NE corner of laid Official -
lath day of M.rh. D. WOOD PARK. SECTION C, aocordlni Urevard County' Florida to wit: TAX .). the above named natural I defendants ROBERT R. LOWE, to 42 Inc.. Block 17: Lot 2' Records Book 6uO, pagi 185:
Lyle E. to the Pint thereof, recorded l.ola It 2(1( 21 and 21. Ulock Sf l. Notice I la hereby given that holder not knows to b. d..d or alive. ORLANDO. FLORIDA Inc.. Lot 23. Lola 28 to 48 .. aid corner being I 'a eurva
March : J7. Apr. 10 (Frl.) I'M.Ix In Plat Book 11. at Pale of K''' of N"". of Tax Sale Certificate No. Ill lieued And tot Al Partlee Having or C. M. GAY ORLANDO FLOR. Block 18: Lot 3 to 41 Inc., Block concave to the wn having a
a 131 .of the Public Rerorda uf Jubdl"I.lo.. Graham Addition tha 6th day of June A D. mi haa Claiming have my right, title or IDA 19: Lot 2 to 41 I Block 2V; radlua of 2545922 feet and a

Urevard Conuty Florida: t". Election 4. Townnhlp 22. Rama 35 filed sun,, In my office and had Intereat In and to the following I I Id..crlbd MII.I.ARD D. SMITH TITUS. Lat 3 to 49 Inc. Block 21: Lot c.alrl exile 01 tie d... 4* min.
TiE rot\TV JiiK.t'K ..Ih.r with the following According to the slat thereof on made application( I"r. tax dead prop.rtl. situate In Bn- VILI.K. FLORIDAA. tl 23 Inc.. Lou 24 to 80 I Inc, thence from a tangent

eOl RHt'.UCI < HC > rV, meal: euip.In file In the office of the Clerk of the thereon and has paid or redeemed, Jorhl.. to.wll: MAX BHJWER. TITUS- Lola- 3 lo 49 I Inc.. Block 23: LollS bearing of South 82 n>.. 3d min.II .

iLDHIIl.t.XIIICK. Surface Unit. Oven and Circuit Court Plat Book 1, Pace If. all outstanding City laxra aaaeueel Commencing point : ft. VI.I.E. ta> In 48 Inc. CM. West run 31)3.418) feet
TSP (' Heater. PublIc Recordi of Brevard County. by the City agalnal the landa here well ot the NIC corner of ( se C. FLAKE. TITUS- Lota 1 s7" 23: Lou i ito long the ceo ot aalil curve and

In ret Eatate 01HULM4R .I.IIO. baa been filed against you and you Florida: unlaaa the City Clerk I. matter dcac'rlued. Raid certificate quarter of Section IS T V1LLK. FLORIDA 24 : of Block long the North line of laid
are requIred to .erve of paid a pufflclent amount to redeem embracea the following .1..urll Range 87 K thence go ul'8: HKXRT OO. THE TITUSVILLK. 25; ( I.e.. Loti 13 to O. R. Book 600' page 166; thence
JOHN80VDectaaad newer or plea.llni a the copy your saId and tee llena and allcost. real aatate In City of Titunil. ft. to a pDI.I. thence go east 5u Inc.. Block 2e; Lots 1 to I Inc.. South 89 rieg. 26 enS,. 20) sea.
on the plaintiff Attorneys. complaInt will .c.rlfcl aocordloc to the prop.rtyd."rlb.d Brevard County, Florida, "It: ft. thence go MO ft. th.nc H. H. HlDION. TITl'SVILLE. Lola t to 42 Inc., Loti 48 to West a distance of 208.701 feet
') ALI CKEDITOR AND ALL la. Lot T. block Plat PLo I In,.. Block Late 1 to 1 .
111. of
lama Uelllch. 44 Grant Place, P.O. therein will be eol.l. to the of TItus.Ciii. go West to point beginning.You. 2 ID. to the point of beginning containing
PEKWO.V9 HAVING CLAIM Ot llo. Sll. Melbourne. Florida, cod hliheat bidder the office of the .. cVctlon '. Townihlp 33, and Each of You are notified II. T. WI.LIAMI. TITUS- Lota e to 4 Inc., Lets 48 to I 19.06 acres more or leae.
bKMANDf AOAINIT SAID file the orlilnal anawer or pleadlni Cite Clerk In a City Hall In Cltr Hang 3t i iAccording that a suit to quiet title to the VII.I.E. Inc.. Block ; All of Block ; It li hereby ordered that Ohio
19 the office of the Clerk of the, of Tltuavllle. Florida beginning at tit the Blat thereof oa above dncrb.1 property hue been EDWIN H. WILLIS. TITUS Lota 1 to 4 Inc.. Lola' S to 42 Inc.. order mil notice shall be published

-TEl. and each of you, sri hereby Circuit Court. Brevard Count I '110 o'clock In the afternoon KaiternHtandard file In the office of the Clerk nf ti filed ...In' and you are hereby VILLE FI.ORIDA Lola 47 le 1 Inc.. Block 1 Lola nee a week for four ((41 consecutive
kotlfled and required to anyClalma Courthouae, Tltuavllle, Florida en or Time the first Monday Ircul Court. Plat Hook 1, P.. required serve a copy of your W. D. WILSON TITUS VILLE. I to 6 Inc.. Ll' to 2 .. Lota weeka In the Tltuivllle Star
aid demanda which preeenl before the 2inh day of 1M4If In the month of 1M4, I. to Public Record of Answer te the Complaint of the FLORIDA 23 43 :. 44 5n Inc.. Advocate, a newspaper publlahed InTilosvltt.
of you. may have aialnit'Oi.the orIther you fall to do ao, Alrl. b" the th day of 4 Apri 1M4.DATKD wblb County, Flsrlila, : unleaa llrvar Clv Plalntlffe attorney. John Reed dM On the 3.1th. day of Auiuat, A.D. 31: 'I r '82; Alt .. Brevartt County Florida,
default be taken agaInst fur THIS 2iHh day Feb. Clerk li paid a aufflclent 47* Ballard Drive. Eau Oallle. Florida 116. cauae to b Incorporated under In TITtIVILLI HIIOHT" .od having a genera I circulation In
katate of Hjalmar Johnson de- the wi demanded In I be you Corn- ruary IV6I.Mariaret. 0 redeem salt certificate and tax llena and file tie original In the office lowe of t mate of Florida KB li Brrvard County, Florida.
keaied. late of Drevard County Conner and all cole according to law.| theproperly ot the Clerk of the CircuitCourt BREVARD MUTUAL 'NVEtORI. N 0 Section II. Township 51 WITNESS my hand al Clerk ef

11.1.a notice publlahed city Clerk City of Tltuavllle. descrIbed therein will I on or before the 30 day of INC.. a "orlr.Uln. "Ith Range s E..t mil NE of laid Circuit Court of BrevardCounlv.
riorlda., to the Honorable Virgil B. once> each week.h.1 b conieoullv Florida old to the) hIghest bidder at I: March 19: otlpr.l. the allegation rlpal n at TITdtVILLK. > NE '. .. Townihlp 23 Florida and the seal of thi

4 tonkllnf. County Iud of In 8tar-Adovcate. TltuavlllFlorida. .. <*EAL> office of the City Clerk In the will betaken BREVARD COUNTY.In Iou lb. Range S E..a ai platted aid Court it Tltuivllle. Brevard
tounty, and file the came, In Bnv.re hla office March 20. 27 fFrU IMf Hall I. City of Tltuavllle. Florda aa *onfeea.'d.Thla the $tate of norla and la Plat Book I T2. publlo Cnnniv. Florida, on the 25th day ef
0 DONK AND ORDERED at Tltui .13 beginning at 1:0: o'clock notice .b.1 be publlehed nnce wh'reaa inch didse records of Bn".n (lonl. February 1M4.
In the County Court Hnum In vllle. Florida, this lath day i 01 afternoon (.. llandard Tim* each week four cnnaecullveweeka the SIb d.v of Marcb. A.D. 190-4. Florida. LESS EXCEP (COURT SEAL>
Wai stide,.. of the sell claimant March W4. on the flrat Monday In the month of la the Tltuavllle Itr.Advo cause to be filed In the office of theRecretary right-of-way for stale Rod CURTIS R. BARNES
: Star AdvocateFor
Anrll IIM" which la the 6U day of of mate of the State of 4ii4 tbru.1 aald prpry. lubject Clark Circuit Court
and to be worn .anti p..nl.c Curt. R. Parse. Apri 1"4PATID "oated title 2 day of February. florid.. the documentary authorityrqolreI ".. ..loe. flrevard County Florida

I aforeaald, or lame wilt be barred.March Circuit Court THIS 26th day of Feb 1940.! uader SectIon 1'2.> rinrf and .....t. of Byr Bertie Hall
Brevard County. Florida Your 10- (Court Seal) lola Htetoea, .ho.I the .. and also 4* la Blerk 17. In D.p ty Clerk
I. 1MI. By V. H .8paaler W ..t Cooper Curl). R. Barnes turn rornnratlon.Now falil TITt'SVILI.F HEIGHTS THOU L. HENDRR8OX

.' AK.' r--"t... Deputy Clerk CIty Clerk. City of Clerk .f Circuit To.irtPrev therefore the Secretary at I II'FOlvlION i I.aelud" Attorney for Plaintiff

jr ve>*tir* op .," C .. *" ''14 Y.) Prinfirvj Needs' .. Startle' TIIvl. rrt .<',."t" Florida State doea .hereby c.rlI U t" PAICrL : '. ta 2 WU South Washington Avenue
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April 13 -18 Will Be "Pride Week"7 I

I Nosing AroundBy I Star Advocate In Titusville; Beauty Pageant SetThe I

( Bob Hudson) The Vote of 25.000 North Brevard County Resident week of April IJ 18 has\ Applications will be accepted)

Its rearing Easter time and IIi; and Jack Pirrie former Section C TITUSVILUl FLORIDA, FRIDAY MARCH 20, MM Page 1-C been designated as "PRIDE through Saturday April 11
those fateful days of Spring Vanderbilt U. basketball star. WEEK" m Titimille The contest will be idged "in

college vacations, which bring Then Dr. John "Knocky" .,. the basis of talent, evening joj/yji/
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: Greater PRIDE annnun
hords of) students to sunny Florida Parker professor at Methodist ::r7'; : "T TidesHigh and bathing suit competition.
Talked to Norm Hickey, College in North Carolina, and .' ,..... ces that the wl'l'k.lonll promotion.
;" : mid,I activity to stimulate' community
Daytona Beach city manager his "All-American Jazz Combo" : I Ltw Throughout the week various
the other day about the prob-! will be on hand. It features J' t pride and promote mom- civic. organizations: and,! the sjtf-
1 Saturday March 21 bt'r-hip In PRIDE, Inc. will be
kin' Norm was formerly Dr. Parker on piano, Doc Evanson :' dint council of TII3 will irtl"
climaxed with a beauty pageant:
nuiujjtr' here but directs opera- trumpet, Don Frans on tuba, 2 40 a.m. 8:5:5: : a m. at TitS auditorium Siltur lay PRIDE. membership buttons .at
t uns of our sister city to the Munn Ware on trombone, AI 2:53: p.m 9:23! : p.inSunday night: April 18, to select "Mm $1 J. earn. with all funds rained
north now. Shelton on drums and features Pride. going: toward the beautification
March 22
Norm ttllt us that Daytona Jazz Singer Edmond Souchen. I and cultural development of .Tttuivilli.1 -
Other activity and entertainment
Beach "all out" to This will also said George Arnold!, recruiting
is going entertain group accompany 3:52: a.m. 10:37 a.m. for the week wi'l' he announced
the collegians this year. RCA Victor recording stars 4.07 p.m. 10:33 p.in. later chairman.
Hi; Is in charge of the program Skeeter Davis and George
-- ---- -- -- Monday March 23 Girls over 16 inteiostrd( In entering The purpose of the promotion is
his recreation department Hamilton IV, during separate
through city
the "Miss Pride" contestarc to create interest in community
and, since he had good conceits in the bandshell Gregory 1a 9 00 n.m. 11:14: a m. asked' to contact Mri. Fran pride and to promote membership -
training in Titusville, he also Walcott, a featured per- 5:17: p.m. 11:37: p.m. Partelow or Mrs. Bud Powell In Greater PRIDE, Inc.
has: enlisted the aid of the Jay. furmer in the TV series "'87th
ceca Precinct" will also be on hand. _
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Ford Artist Howard Ellis will )i4d
lie has obtained the give .
Minor Company's "Folk and demonstrations along the beach. as -
Jazz I: Wingcimg," which will arrive And there will be daily enter "
on March 21 and be there tainmrnt provided by many of J JI

fur 14 days performing in the the motels local combos, ., '" 0 ,> M' ...nop ,I ) I;' _. j jIf'
bandshell and along the folk groups, hootenannies and 1\ '' ; 4 >
Dig ; "
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p a I' : J
beach area. This group is twist contests. If \: .....'. "t. :: i
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known as the "lively ones," according Guess we'll think about don "' ( 1r
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to Norm and ning the "uniform" of the dayin ; :
the Paul Winter Sextet John Daytona Beach this coming < ; ': }
White Jr., the Modern Folk week and join the expected '**3, ', .i.l'
and 'Sf ,\ :t
Quartet, the Moonbhiners 60,000 You know of course '
lion Eliran.Norm what that uniform for males is: ': l""X

has also enlisted the t striped t.shirt, worn outside a : "
aid of the Halifax Ministerial pair 01 tight white (well they \
Association( and they're sponsoring were white once) pants or ,rt, -.il5; '''' .

the appearance of a group of slacks, and a pair of sneakersthat : f," A";: .. r t er .
athletes, musicians and other started out white but, some : '

inertamers Uetk former These All-American include Ed where dirty along grey.Wouldn't .the way, wound upa 1k'1: ; ;:':':. :: : ,

basketball player at Kentucky : t
this grey haired old ., .
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und minister Billy Wade, 0
now a ; daddy be just the thing? We do t, ", ,,,,,'j I
Bears quarterback Don ..
Chicago .
; remember the days of the El ', f. ." \i .II
bhinnitk, Baltimore Colts line- ":f't... i
patio on the boardwalk and its .f.fL
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backers; Jim Ray Smith, Dallas .Z. < .' i
Sunday afternoon jam sessions .
Texans offensive guard Bill :-:
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(in those says it was "jam" and
Krisher, past Dallas Texans t '
captain; Buddy Dial outstanding not "jazz") and the many en ., L .. ..
tertainments in the bandsheU. In ; 1
Texans receiver Max- TTTT-.1
le Bjusham.pass Philadelphia ;Eagles those days students didn't have rtLT t
enough money to get far away "':ii: .. .
linebacker Tony Romeo Boston -
; from their campuses and so it s 1[ 4t .
Patriots end; Phil King, New was mostly Florida kids who he'll never catch anything. I'll Ida."-(S-A Photo), ('rrx r ..
York Giants halfback; Paul here in the and Flor- ,
made up the crowds. Sure did just lay sun enjoy 1
Anderson! the world's strongest have fun. Y ;
man; Chuck Hunter, a famed 0..1
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rm w '
weight lifter; Hank Slomanski
noted Karate expert who was So many women are wearing Read The Star-Advocate Classified Ads "Well I'll be doggoned, He did catch coming out of such a big pond, but It's a
General MadVrthur' personal wigs nowadays it's impossible to something. Guess he knew what he was fish."-.(S-A Photo).
bodyguard during World War tell which girl has the phony. doing after all An awful small fish to be
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... r.Pagt? 2-C Titusville (Florida) Star Advoesta Friday, March 20, W4 ,

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Church News Of The Week 4r -

j For Tirusville and North Brevard County

Deadline For Church News on These Paces IP. Wednesday


Episcopal Good ShepherdDivine Nazarene:

The schedule for St. Gabriel's worship services will The First Church of the Nazarene -

.' Episcopal Church, as announced lire Woftfi MM WIdely UM patine Ihe.eera w
: by Father Ferguson! is as Devotion! GuVfo March 22, at 8 ::00 a.m. and flounces the following services "Haarrr9 ttlTOlf Wh.rrw tM ernar my hell a +rd '1, .;,.,,"'"1 s
follows. 10:30: a.m. by the Rev. ArnoldF. for the week: M tlt .er11.'C1.ee hr ae "_ ,
MRMiry, r d r M Lrlan '
: Saturday, March 21st, thee Claus, pastor for the congregation Tonight, tomorrow night and I tatt.YM M M N NM tRnpter,N anee / ,/' a tMM'

Young People of the Church at Good Shepherd Sunday, will be the last nights of ors ore Ylum ,,y eie M ta.rrtyn war s er + M ,

will meet to make Palm Crosses Church. Pastor Claus has selected the Sunday School Crusadp.. } t.orN,Wt era tenaaM toad aadr+er btren<.r d O

: and to prepare, the palms for for the theme of his sermon Rev. Thomas Ream is the speaker ,:;. OtM tvfl.We waYa ba.+n Mumph w.r h.a ,r, 1. ,

7 ,Palm Sunday. The palm crosses "Will You Also Go Awayl"! The for the services and Reiv. Wtriet.r t Frktajr+ d< trvdA.fen wq Mna a' i ."" 1
: will be given to the children text will be taken from St. and Mrs. Clark Langford are 1 wrnpotrra ar.' 1* cal trh.nph oar Is lT .
and sick and shut-ins of their John, Chapter 6, verses 67 to the song evangelists. The sermon e.eth, and IbaupnmdMthe

: parish. All young people are to -' 1w'Yiaa Room. 69, and St. Luke, Chapter 22, topic for Saturday nigtrt AIM!*Mhi jr Th l Pi m a wd.r r .?

.5 be at the church at 10:00: a.m. sa laae/lr verses 54 to 62. will be "How Near is the Coming t / Naar$oitY.t. and M ar oar a.n.a a hero'tod sJ

; Sunday is Palm Sunday, commemorating Fifteen young people of the / of Christ. The services begin 4 rIaTA M right M Oo' b and right lhS dq .
Read Luke 5117-28 tuts. TMt MPrd1tees.
our Lord's triumph. tit 7:30: except for Sunday
: congregation will be accepted
./. far w, tphil J dial JItnilA
ant entry into Jerusalem. The Be ye kind one to another, into Communicant Membershipwith night at 7:00.: Also at the same Int'trier. d' r
: Palms will be blessed and distnibuted time Junior Church will be hedS.
tenderhearted, forgiving one another Good Shepherd Lutheran
at all services. The even as God for Christ's Church by the Rite of Confirmation. Rev. Eugene Bish will speak 1thrXt4 a'd

: schedule of services is as follows sake hath forgiven you. (Ephesians This ceremony will take and Mrs. Alice Allen will be fn w)

: : 4:32.: ) place during the 10:30: o'clock charge of the music.

.: 7:1S: Morning Prayer; 7:30: After a man told a lie about worship service The Sunday School hour be- S

Holy Communion; 9:00: Sunday his friend, the false news spreadall Sunday School classes, Jun. gins at 9:45: under the leadership ?

School for the fourth grade and around. Soon the liar was ior and Senior Bible Classes, and of Clifford Allen with

up; Family Eucharist will be asnamed of what he had said the Pastor's Class meet from classes for all ages.

celebrated at 10:00: a.m.; The and went to his friend to ask for 9:15: until 10:15: o'clock. Roy The worship hour begins at 3F' N ,

Sunday School, third grade and forgiveness.In Leasure Is the Sunday School 11:00: with Rev. Thomas Ream 6Ar .

e below, will meet at 10:00: am. reply, his friend took himto Superintendent. bringing the message, the ser
t under the direction of James a high mountain and openeda Tuesday evening at 7:30: 0' mon topic is "The Cross at the

: Munnis, Jr. The choir will sing pillow filled with feathers. A clock, Pastor Claus will meet Crossroad," Frank Hallum, Jr.,

: under the direction of Dr. W. 11. strong wind came and blew the with the 'Pastor's Class'. minister of music, will direct P'b

II. Bennett. The music for the feathrrs all around the country Choir rehearsal will be held the church choir singing The

'"Eucharist will be the ancient side. Then he said, "I'll for this week at 7:30: p.m., Wednes Palms. A solo by Mrs. Linda.
: Missa Marialis, which dates day. Bodby will be presented. 't
give you if you gather together kr ''h4l"&I
1y r
back to the sixth century. these feathers." But his friend Maundy Thursday, at 7:30: The Junior Teen and Young, '/ '- Y. t4 .

Father Ferguson's sermon topic was not able to collect them. o'clock worship service will be Adult Fellowships will meet at

., will be "Tho Via Crucis. The God's forgiveness is not dependent held. The Sacrament of Holy 6:00.: Mrs. Dorothy God,. will .

,,rpi.rr.pai!: Young People will upon our undoing all the Communion will take place during be in charge of the Young Adults sr tt ..r /

meet at 6:30: p.m. Father Ferguson harm and damage our sins have this hour of worship. The and John Ream will lead the t' t

: will speak to them on the caused. Therefore, should we message by Pastor Claus will be Teens. :

: subject: "What think ye of not all the more gladly give "The Lord's Supper! based on The Evangelistic service begins

a Christ?" thanks unto God for His{ forgiveness the text, St. Luke, Chapter 22, at 7:00: with Rev. Ream

Wednesday, March 25th, 7:15: ? It is for Christ's sake that verses 14 to 20. speaking. the sermon topic ? r. r tw aea F

: a.m. Morning Prayer will be He forgives us. Good Friday worship service "The Meaning of the Sop. tr n.a r r. ,
; said followed by the celebration will be conducted There will be
It is when we are repentantthat at 7:30: o' no Wednesday
of the Holy Communion. At 8:00: God forgives up our sins clock. "The Word of Peace! night service but Thursday

p.m. the Stations 'of the Cross and blots them out However, will be the sermon theme to be night at the church there will bea .. ,.,.,.. ..-

.will be read.Thursday if we expect God's forgiveness, brought<< by Pastor Claus. communion service. r'e't {eesn-w.R"NM YNr. NN.IN MM."Nt =
a y"a
is Maundy Thursday -
Good Shepherd Church is
we must be willing to forgiveone
; ... and the Holy Communion located Garden ,r W wM Wwn t
another, as Christ has com on St., one mile To Become MembersThis iy v?N
will be celebrated at 6:39 a.m. A
: : manded. west:! of Washington Ave. Visitors .
a. .The Altar of the church will be
Prayer: Our heavenly Father arc most welcome.Jehovah's Sunday, Palm Sunday,
: adorned with flowers the
for we thank Thee for Christ, fifteen of the youth who, for the
Altar of Repose and the watch Witnesses
who gave His life for us as a past two yean; have studied the
!.____ r the faithful will be from
ransom: Teach us Thy lying The program to be held at the doctrines of Holy Scriptureswill
7 a.m. to 8:00: p.m. The watch Is Kingdom Hall, 1422 Norwood
tho Rite
kindness so that Thy king by of Confirmationbe
in response to our Lord's ques dom may enter our hearts. Ave., Is announced by L. D. accepted into Communicant This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
lion "Could thou not watch with
Shawver, local minis.
Through love make our earth a presiding Membership with the Lutheran
me but for one hour?" At 8:09: !
ter, as follows
paradise for Thy honor and : Church-Missouri Synod, more The Employees of
p.m. the service of adorationwill Sunday at 3 a public Atlantic Plumbing Co
glory, For Jesus' sake Amen. p.m. specifically Good Shepherd
be followed by the tradition. Thought For The DayI Bible lecture will be given by Lutheran. Suburban Propane Gas Service
329 St. Johns St. Titusville
al washing of the Altar. give thanks unto God for Mr Shawver, representing the These children have shown in ,

Friday is Good Friday, the His forgiveness Watchtower Society with the questioning before the congregation -
most! !sacred and solemn day the subject, "Are All Faiths Goodin
that they know the doctrinesof
world has ever known, at 9:30: Christian SciencePaul's God's Sight?" Following the the Precious Word and are Threlkeld's Standard Service First Federal Savings & Loan Association

a.m. the Mass of the Pre Sanctified lecture, at 4:15: the weekly ready to become communicant Downtown Titusville AM '7.9927 Downtown> Titusvflle
will be said. From 12 wards, "Set your after Bible study will be conducted members.The .

noon to 3:00: p.m. the Three tions on things above, not on discussing. "The Comely Feet of ccnfirmands are: Paula
Hour service will be read. things on the earth" (Col.3:2): ), The "
Messengers. Luke Cain
Brandenberg, Carol Claus,
will be the Golden Text at all
Father Ferguson will conductthe Every Tuesday at 8 p.m. an Pamela deDeug. Terra Gillen, I Indian River Machine Shop
this State Farm Insurance
Christian Science churches
meditations the last Companies
on seven other Bible study is held discussing Arthur Golk, Robert Golk, Carol Indian River City, Florida
words of our Lord. At 8:00: Sunday.The "Babylon The Great Henry, Virginia Huber, Janet 214 Palm, Titusville

p.m. The Stations of the Cross Bible Lesson on "Matter"will Has FallenGod's Kingdom Ncthing, Eric Holman, Michael!
will be read. also include this explanatory Rules."
Schutz, Karen Schwartz Constance

passage from the Christian Thursday at 7:30: p.m the Zimmerman, Linda Zimmerman Mims Citrus Growers Association Baird's Mobile Homes
Science' textbook "You
First Theocratic Ministry School is and Leslie Wheeler Mims Florida l'
Baptist mand the situation if you under \ Rte. Box 351 Cocoa. Florida
held followed at 8:30: by the Their Confirmation will take ,
stand that mortal existence I.a is
First Baptist Church offers weekly Service meeting. place in the 10:30: a.m. servloe.FIHStCHURCH I
three services each state of self-deception and

Sunday worship The early service begins not the truth of being" (Science Mr, and: Mrs P. W. Roberts, Jr. Boyd's Gulf Service
and Health with Key to OF THE NAZARENE {
at 8:30: o'clock. Music by Mims, Florida
the Youth Choir and a messageby the Scriptures by Mary Baker 1027 Park Ave. Titusville f! .. Downtown Titusville

the Pastor, Dr. W. S. Hardin. Eddy, p. 403)). Sunday School. 9:45 A.M. Worship Hour. 11 A.M. .,' r '':C.
First Church of Christ, Scien- i foi\-, t ,
School 9:45 Youth
Sunday begins at : Fellowship 6 P.M. Evangelistic Hour, t a.

a.m. with graded nurseries, list services, Titusville at 11 a.m.holds and Sunday Wednesday 7 P.M.' '. Wed midweek service, 7 P.M. I Brevard. Lumber Company W. E. Kennedy
classes and .
departments .. THOMAS REAM MINISTER t \, Badcock Furniture, Titusville
testimony meetings
ages. Cradle Roll for infants and
an extension department for invalids 8 p.m. at 109 Baldwin Shopping Scriptural Christ Centered Everyone Welcome : ;

shut-ins and who Ctutcr. Sunday School for Infanta & Toddlers Nursery '
Insurance Bryan-Co'nway & Winstead
tnut>t work on Sunday. children up to the age of 20 convenes ; RayNelson; Agency Inc.
at 11 a.m. In the Chamber ". Big Apple Plaza Downtown? Titusville
Regular morning worship at :,1,1'I'" : :.t ,., .
11:00: a.m. Music by the Adult of Commerce building. All are TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCHAn tf';" '" $ .f.l. ,, .
Choir and message by the Pastor welcome. ', .; ;;t i. f IJ
on "And What Then"?, ( American Lutheran Church) ',tt '1'' Belk-Lindsey
Lighthouse TabernacleThe Burger King
Training Unions for all age '
840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE :i>> North U. S. 1, Titusville Titusville
groups meet at 6:15: p.m. The "Lighthouse Tabernacle"Is '
Pastor's Class for new members a Full Gospel NonDenominational INDIAN RIVER CITY .F'i i'S+

meets at the same hour. ( Church located at Mimson SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . 9:00 am. !i Titusville'' f-.' Morley's Western Auto

Evening worship at 7:30: o' U. S. Highway 1 past CHURCH SERVICES . . 10:15: a.m. Duff Electric -
clock. Music by the Intermediate Kelly Builders. . ra '+ Mr. and Mrs. Chas J. Morley
M and Mrs II.0 Duff
Choir and message by the Services are as follows: We Extend A Cordial Welcome To Youl} ;:; r. 111 Washington & Broad, Titusville

Pastor on "At The Cross-roads". Sunday School commences at
Mid-week services begin at 10:00: a.m.Sunday Y? ,
6.30 p.m. Wednesday with organizational Worship Services at ( '
Rambler r
Canaveral '
C 'We
meetings followedby 11:00: a.m. and 7:30 pm.lraYE'r .
Prayer Meeting at 7:30. is held Phone AM 7-1348
: Meeting every Welcome To TheFirst Danenburg Realty
Youth Choir rehearsal follows. Wednesday night at 7:30.: 1514 S. Washington. Titusville
Fransen's Drive In Restaurant
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH"In Baptist vs) r t '.
and Employees South Washington :) Master Cleaners
The Heart Of The Community" Church of MimsOn Titusville I.'l S. Hopkins at Titusville City Limits

y Main & Hopkins Titusville Florida *

d W. S. Hardin, Pastor U. S.1 to Mims Turn Lift at Blinker Light. ... Rinker Materials Corp. Mutual Insurance Service, inc.

SERVICESSunday .l I West Orange, Ph. AM 7-5900() Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Jones
Only S Minutes from Downtown Tltutville North .

Worship . . J:30: & 11:00: A.M SUNDAY SCHOOL .. .. . 1:43: A. M. Downtown Tituaville

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

Training Union . . . . 6:15 A.M. YOOTH CHOIR REHEARSAL . 5:30: P. M.
t Sunday Evening Worship . . . 7130 P.M. TRAINING UNION , , 8:13: P. U. Town Motel Fulmer's Drug Store

Mid-Week Service Wednesday . . . 7130 P.M. EVENING WORSHIP . . 7:30 P. M. Downtown Titusv le. #? Gene> Sego .. '
Oldest Baptist Church In Area Established la Air Conditioned for your Comfort R.v. Jc* ph E. BoarwrlHt i" 1 t'
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1889 Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention Edwards Realty _. !
"The End of Your Search For A Friendly Church" Moonland Mobile Homes Safes
' Air-Condliloned Mother of Three Missions We Joe and Mary Edwards ., ,

Cordially Invite You to Attend Our Services. "Wonderful Words of Life" 7145: A.M. Mon.-Fr1N WRMF Baldwin..Shopping Center U. S.1 North of Overpass, Titusvffl


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Frlday. March 20, m4 .........I.( .. ..I.) ........"... Iege S-C Orslno Baptist First Methodist Assembly Of God Mimi Church Of God

Services for Orsino Baptist Sunday morning. during both Rev. W. J. Cox has been called Services for Church of Cod,

Church are announced as fol the 8:30: and 11:00: o'clock worship as pastor. of the First Assem Mims, are anrounced: as followsby
lows by Pastor J. L. Gaines: service at the First Methodist Rev. Kyle H Bryan, pastor:
bly of God Rev Cox has past.
Church News Of The Week The pastor will deliver the Church, the Chancel Choir Sunday: School 10 i.m.;
prod In Hammond, Ind, and in
r message for the 11 a.m. worship will present an Easter Cantata morning worship 11am.; evangelistic
hour with his sermon subject "The Glory of Easter written by Ptnsacola for 11 t years prior to service, 7 p.m.
John W. Peterson and narratedby coming to Titusville.
q "And They That Were Ready Wednesday: Youth service,
1 Entered In and the Door Was Rev. E. W. Norman. The choiris
Services for the church, local 7'30 p,m., with Mrs. Sue Bejl' In
under the direction of :Miss\
Shut. A service will
For Titusville and North Brevard Baptismal
County Jean Wright Organist fur the rd at 1212 West Main\ St., are charge. Mrs. Odom will give the
be held at the close of morning :
Deadline For Church News on These Pages: 3PM, Wednesday worship. The pastor's sermon Cantata will be Mrs. Percy Ken cnnounccd as follows: Mission flannel graph talk,

subject for the 7:30: p.m. service sley and pianist will be Mrs( II Sunday: Sunday School, 9.43; vice, 7:30: ;

will be "The Dimensions of the E. Peele. morning worship 10:45, Youth I\lid-wee! re"ices are held on

C&M AllianceThe I IRC Methodist Trinity LutheranSunday 1st Missionary Go>pel" Choir members include: Marge,;: I service, 6:30( p.m.; evening ser Thursday, at 7:30( p.m,
Sunday School meets at 9:45: Thrclkcld Juno Carter Eunice: I.

Christian and Missionary Morning worship for the IRC morning worship ser Baptist a,m. with Dean McCroskey as Locke Phyllis Cusler l DtloreiNcdmiyer .

Alliance Church Sunday School Methodist Church on Palm Sunday vice will be held at 10:15: at Services for First Missionary superintendent and training Peusy Marsh, Johnny
will be opened by John Allen at will be held in the in Indian Marsh Alice Mastirson. Duffy
9. new Trinity Lutheran Church Baptist Church of IRC are announced union meets at 6:30: p.m, Men Of North BrevardYou
45 a.m. with songs and illus church building: located on the River City. At this Palm as follows by the pas Trip church is located on AlA, Hornbeck, Bill Muller Paul
trated talk, There will Krone, Janice Hicks. John Marsh
be classes Orlando
Highway across from Sunday service several youth tor, Elder Howard Thornton N. Merritt\ Island
for all ago groups and a nursery Indian River Heights at 11:00: will be received into the churchby Friday March 20, 7:30: pm.. Jack Scruggs: Phil Betts, Karen
will be provided during each of a.m. The Rev. Robert Phillips, Valerie Horntxik( Neal
pastor A Pine Grove
the Rite o{ Confirmation. Youth Rally at the Pine Grove BaptistSunday are invited to attend a Day of Recollection" (A
the church Glerum, Freddie Lee (Painter,
services Mr. Den- Waddell, will bring the Palm Sunday nursery for small children is Missionary Baptist Church in
nlson will teach the Adult Bible message, "The Triumphal maintained during the service Christmas Everyone to meet at services at Tine Grove Pauline Marsh, Norma Dome, retreat in miniature) sponsored by St. Teresa's Holy

class from the book of Romans Entry." Scripture will be read Sunday School is held at 9:00: the church In IRC to leave by baptist Mission begin at 10( a m. Louise McAllister Sally Webster. Name Society. It will be held from 1:30: to 430: () P. M.
from the with School under the Jim Norman and Woo Hie Lee
Applause Gospel according to Sunday direction
or Decision" will include ,
with classes for all 7:00:
be the sermon topic by the Mark ing adults Sunday ages afternoonat p.m.Sunday: Sunday School 9.u of Ernest Wooden, super. The 11:00: o'clock service will on next Sunday (Palm Sunday), March 22nd at St.

pastor Rev. Roy Forward during The adult and Junior Choirs 2:00: Junior Lutherans will a.m., with classes for all atis: Intcndcnt with classes for all be broadcast t over Radio Station Teresa's Catholic Church, Ojibway Avenue and U. 's.

the 11:00 am worship hour. will sing: a special anthem directed meet. This is for youth ages Nursery provided; 11 a in.. morning ages. WRMF No. 1 in Titusville. For further Information Call St.
The Marcum sisters will sing a by Charles Bradfield choir 6.11. worship with sermon by hlr Song service begins at 11 a m. Church School will be hell

duct and there will be other director, accompanied( by Miss\ der Howard Thornton; 6,:30 pm., followed! by morning service at promptly\ at 0,43 a in. with class Teresas Rectory, 267-1642
fpeclal music by the choir. Jane Roberts church organist. At S:00( Sunday, the Luther Baptist training course with 1130( with message by Pastor rs for all ai.es: A nursery is provide -

The Christian Cadets and the There will be a baptismal serv League will hold a dinner in classes for all ages; 7.30 p,m., Roe Johnson. Dinner on the for children of r>re-school
Senior A.Y.F. Ice during the worship hour for honor of the newly confirmed evening worship with sermon by ground Is planned for this Sun age in Hennessey Hall Youth "COME APART AND REST AWHILE"

6:30: groups will meetat infants anil children.and a group youth. This will also be a reunion Eldcr Howard Thointuu lay Sunday evening services begin recreation begins\: at 4:00: p.m. on I

p.m. will be received into the membership of all young people who Tuesday 7:30: p.m.. Ladies at 7:00.Prayer: Sunday followed by orclicsta'

"What the Cross Keeps Say.1ng" of the church by transfer have been confirmed in our Auxiliary inciting at the church. meeting: begins at 7:30: practice, MYF Snack supper and ,

will be the sermon topic of membership. church in past years. All con Wednesday: 7:30: p.m., mid Wednesday evening, meetings

, during the evening! evangelistic Sunday night worship will be firmed youth of our congregation week prayer service, Bible study Thursday at 7:30: p.m. the Lad. Next week the North Brevard
hour of songs and praises to the held at 7:45: p.m. The pastor will their parents, and the councilmen course; 8:30: adult choir rehear. ics Auxiliary will meet Ministerial! Association will hold! WESTWOOD BAPTIST

Lord conclude the series on "The Life and their wives are invited sal. Pine Grove Baptist Is a mem a series of services during Holy Hi: Old DIxU Highway Tltutvlll

'; Everyone in the eommunity Is and Theology on John Wesley" 13 this special dinner Thursday: 10 a,m., ladies visitation bee of the American Baptist Association Week, at First Methodist Church REV A. J. HOWELL Patter

I welcome to attend all the above with the message, "The Means of meeting. Following: this, at 7:30: ; 715: men's vi ilatilll.; from 12:10: 12:45.: These services

mentioned meetings of the Grace Mrs Tina Sawyer will the Church Council will meet. 7:00: Beginners choir rehearsal; will be broadcast over Ita lio I COME HEAR MISSIONARY SPEAKER
church. sing a special solo "The Palms," The Trinity Lutheran Church 7:30: junior choir rehearsal Church Of ChristThe Station WKMF. SUNDAY EVENING. 7i30 P.M.. MARCH 22ndl I
and congregational singing will
Wednesday 7:30( p.m. Prayer Women will meet at 7:30( Mon. Church of Christ meets at The choir will hold rehearsal In
be featured The nursery will be Central Baptist Mims SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP . 11 A. M.
the Sanctuary on Tuesday at 7:30:
meeting and Bible study available for both the morningand day evening at the church. Mrs. the corner of St Johns and Hopkins -
The La>'mens' Crusade for evening worship services. Ernest Hirchert will conduct the Central Baptist Church of Indian Avenue. The schedule of p.m, ALL BIBLE SUNDAY SCHOOL 10 A. M.

Missionary Action will meet There will be two morning wor Bible Study:: entitled, "Powerful River City, Rev. D. V. Mc- services Is as follows: The Girl Scouts will meet at SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE . 7:30 P. M.

Thursday, 730: ( p.m., at the ship services Easter Sunday, one Witnessing' based on Acts 3.5. Allister, pastor, announces the Sunday: Bible study, 9:50: a.m., 4:00: p.m. on Wednesday in Hen WEDNESDAY PRAYER MEETING 7:30: P. M.

church, at 8:30 and one at 11:00.: The Mrs, Melvin Bitter will serve as following: services: morning worship, 10:50: .: nessey Hall: the Boy Scouts will '
meet at 6 :30 .m. Wednesday at -- --
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hostess All who evening service, 6:00 -
adult choir will present an Easter : women are Sunday: Sunday School, 9:43: : p.m. ,
Calvary Cantata on Easter Sunday night, members of the church are memo a.m.; morning worship 11:(oo) Midweek Bible study is on Blanton Park
7:45: p.m. The public is cordially bers of TICW and are encour with Billy Osceola, pastor of First Wednesday at 7:00: p.m, Midweek prayer service will i PUBLICIZE YOUR
Services will be held Sundayat invited aged to attend and visitors are Seminole Baptist Church, Ft. Moth Sunday morning: and Wednesday be held at 7:30: p m. Wednesday

the Calvary Baptist Church There will be a service of Holy welcome Lauderdale as guest minister; night Bible classes are On Maundy( Thursday March

as follows: Communion, Good Friday, March First year Confirmation Class Junior choir practice 6:00: ; train. provided for all age groups. 26, Communion Service will be SERVICES OR
The held from 7:30( to 8:30: p,m. Come
sermon Sunday
Sunday School will begin at 27th, 7:30: p.m. All are invited to meets at 6:00: Tuesday evening. ing union 6:30: ; evening worship morningwill
10:00 under in adult pertain to the work of the anytime during the hour SPECIAL EVENTSON
: a m the direction of participate.The The Junior Lutheran Choir will 7:30.: with GA's charge;
Marvin Fisher, Sunday School choir practice 8:45.: Eldership according to Maurice On Easter Sunday there will be
Adult Choir will have its rehearse at 6:30: Tuesday and
Supt., with classes for all ages: the Tuesday, 7:30: YWA meets at W. Jackson, Jr., the minister three morning worship services THIS PAGE
rehearsal Wednesday 7 30 Adult Choir rehearsal will
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The morning worship service the church, 8:30: ; 9:45: ; and 11:00.:
in the chapel The adult discussion follow at 7:00. Westwood
begins at 11:00: a.m. with Pastor Wednesday, 6:30: Beginner and BaptistServices
the of Church You'll b. with the from reaching
group: on "Meaning The Adult Information class placed response you get
Bill McClure bringing the Primary Sunbeams and junior
sate The Young People's mes Membership"\ will be held Wed will be held at 7:30( Wednesday and Intermediate FA's and RA's for Westwood Baptist Ing worship, 11 a.m., evening the people of North Irovard County through the columns of
Group. nesday, 7:30: p.m. in the church evening This class is Church arc held at 3112 Old Dixie service 7:30: p.m. A Missionaryto these Star.Advocato church p"gi. A paid advertisement tho
will meet at 6:30 :give officers and
: p.m. and Prayer meet at church; 7:00: ,
office interested information Hwy Rev. A. J. Howell, pastor Ethiopia will speak at the 7:30: size of this announcement will colt you only $5.00 per .Issue Call
services will be held at 7:15 persons teachers 7:30,
: meeting; : prayer
The Church Membership Class on the beliefs and practices of announces the following schedule service Sunday 77.0331) for the services of one of our advertising men
p.m.Pastor for boys and girls will be held the meeting Sunday: Sunday School 10 a.mAll Wednesday: Prayer meeting,
Lutheran Church. Thursday, 2:00: ,m., GA officer .
McClure will be teaching
Saturday 10:00: a.m., at the ( Bible Sunday School), morn. 7:30: p.m,
The last Lenten Service will training clinic and Installation.
from the Book of Revelation
church. Boys and girls ol this ..
at the Wednesday night serviceat group will be given the opportunity be the Good Friday service to be Visitation: 9:30: women, 7:00: p.m. .

1 7:30( to Join the church on profession held at 7:15: Friday, The ser men
The Weekly Bible Study will be of faith Easter Sunday cur vice will begin 'with the "Sing-

T 1 held at Brother McClure's homeat ing the 11:00: a.m. worship hour spiration and Children's Serm Westside Baptist

220 Stuart Ave., Indian River Youth of the M.Y.F. will attend onelte, The special theme for Worship service is held at the .

City, Tuesday at 10:00: a.m and the Passion Play at Lake Wales Good Friday will] be "The Christ Westside Baptist Church on ; f t, ::: '

Visitation will be Tuesday at Saturday leaving the church at That Died On the Cross". We Tropic St at 11:00: a.m. Sunday .., !' !' 'f .. .
10:00 a.m.Calvary. 8:00: a.m.The Invite you to worship with us on School begins at 0:45: am, with '. ,
Baptist is a Pre.Millennium Sunday and Good Friday classes for all ages. Junior choir L
M.Y.F. will have Its regular -
Independent Church and recreation practice Is at 5:00: p.m. Training
and Pastor McClure extends a First Presbyterian"Why Union begins at 6:15 followed by
Sunday, 6:00: p m,
cordial invitation to the public to worship service at 7::30.
I attend all services. Services are TitusvilleChurch Jesus Cried" will] be the The G.A. Girls meet at 6:15: on

I being held temporarily at the topic of the sermon by Rev Wednesday Prayer meeting begins

Women's Club House, 110 Hopkins Of GodThe Charles W. Bates pastor, at the at 7:15: p.m. Wednesday followed I
i Avenue. Church of God will hold 8:30: and 11 o'clock services next by adult choir practice.

It's Sunday school at 10 a.m. Sunday. There is a church.hour Nursery is provided for all

I St. Teresa'sServices Sunday followed by worship service nursery at 11 a.m. only services
at 11 Rev. C. T. Kates Sunday School convenes at 9:45:

for St. Teresa's who is: conducting; a tent revivalon a.m. with classes for all and the t A
Junior Hi and Senior Hi Youth
Catholic Church are announcedas Church of God building site.
Ave. will be the meet in the church at 7 p.mOn tJ
folluws: Hopkins guest tryllelt ,lit ..
Thursday of next week
Sunday Masses: 7:1)0: 8:30( fptaker: The evening evangelistic .
(Maundy Thursday) the Sacrament J1lGP
service is set for 7 o'clock.
10(0:( and 11:30: a en.
Supper will be
Novena To Our Mother of Services for the week Monday -
by candlelight al 8
Perpetual I Up, Tuesday evening through Saturday, will be in 1
p.m. There will] be special music
the tent at 7:30. Rev Kates, a
7:30 :
p.m. by the choir, and a sermon by
Stations of The Cross member of the Clearvlew Holiness the pastor

This evening, 7'30 pm Church, extends a warm
Confessions tomorrow (Sat.) welcome! to all people to attend ,

J:30 to 5:00: and 7:00: to 9:00: tills revival. Bellwood Baptist
Pastor Joseph N. Daniel, who N
Bellwood Baptist Chapel servo
mNext started Gospel services in a
Sunday:! is Palm Sunday. ices are announced as follows by
The palms will be blessed before rented building at 308 Washington the Pastor, Bro. Herbert Walters: ,

the 7:00: a.m. Mass. Ave, about six months. Sunday School 9:45: am;
A Day of Recollection will beheld ago. announces that the attendance morning worship, 11:00.:

Sunday, March 22nd from has grown from a very. This church is located 4 miles
1:30: to 4.30 p.m. All men of small number to near one hundred south of Indian River City on the
North Brevard are cordially Invited and that the congregation .
right side of U S. 1, one half
to attend will S'OImove into their new mile ALL KrMDSPLYWOOD
north of Orlando Utilities. .
church building which is now The church Is a mission of Central Who'd ever think ,
. .....e.. C. S. .. under construction. The building of IRC
: Baptist and all South 213 inches long
a car
: is being erected by the congregation ern Baptist interested in helping ,

,: and and others who establish this mission are especially and 79 inches wide,
I wish to contribute work. Invited.
I. A PRE FINISHEDPANELING 6 passengers roomy and

ttend, Christian Missionary Alliance Church Trophy V-8 powerful

I.: Sun Road Off Hwry. 50 Indian Rlrtr City' could cost so little? ,... ;.;,.>: ,

Services WELCOMES YOU TO OUR SERVICESI Many Many Other> i' :; I

I I. "Th Whole Bible U in. bawls of all fetching" Line of Building r r

MaUriala Pontiac people. ,. ;.. .

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH You'll never guess what tin Pontiac
people jet for their money in Catalinai. 'I:1.i.fit', ., .
SUNDAY. MARCH 22 Pontiac\ styling Well obviously
at your own PRESENTS Curve uncurving Wid -Tuck? Of courSf. .
A Trophy V-8 that thrive on regular :

BEST gas, if they prefer? No charge: Lot mort : a T
i iof its choir singing! :,
place that could cost I extra but doc.n't1 I Sure, ...
electric wipers and dual visors and "
BUILDERSSUPPLY I fosm'cushioncdfrontseau: If you drove
worshipWILCQMIWJTOOH a Catalan you'd feel like a Pontiac person Smuf. e
Easter Cantata by Vi'
John Peterson Wide-Track Pontiac ; : .

See your authorized Pontiac dealer ; ::5',
Sunday Morning March 22 803 N. Magnolia tot a wide choice of Wide.Tracki and good uMd ear. t tee. .


8:30: & 11:00The : INDIAN RIVER CITY T

rx; 11:00: o'clock service is broadcastover ',1.*A Set.STORI 7:30: HOURS a.m." to ,*p.m. BELTON PONTIAC-OLDSMOBILE, INC.

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'Iii 4-C' TRuivllU''' (Florida) Stir Adveeift mot"- Friday, Much 20, County, Florida te will
9641 it THR ( inn'IT ('OI'ItT OF TUB New Tork. New York nelnaIn Erevan County. F1orMa -
'I..TII.Il\.IU\I.\ tIKIIir III- JfltF.MIAH fl' OUTMAN Lot J and South 'n of Lot 4.
IIOHII\ .\ \" IDH HRI.KII 2 Rlvervlew Place and that you are required lo nerve block r. Read' Allen /Siibdlvlalon -
MISTER BREGER a settlement or alimony. htlp you with your problems. \' \ IUI'TI' (11\,11" Haitln i g n-o n-t h..-H ud.on a copy of your answer to such com- Section 3, 1'own.hl22.\ .

Last night my former mother Send them to her In care of this Nn. UAn: New' YorkNEADOWnn001g :MAT ION- \plaint kEy&tOUR oa the KAPL.AV.plaintiff whose attorney adclreaa ., Awfrdlni to the plat thereof on

in-lavr to the eenclosing stamp. MrTMK FOR 1'tNIU'.S1tOtA :' li 1IW Bulldla. .ll- file In the offlre of tee Clerk of the
telephoned say newspaper! a AL HANK, a Congress
L.1 TRADING 1'0., IXC. aNee 1 Circuit Court. Plat. Book 2, Pace :JI.
natlenal banking aaeeclatloaHII .llIa Florida, and ftte the erlglnal
3.40s family hid talked it over and ed, self.addressed envelope. .. York corpor-UKm- Plaintiff: Went Mempatead Av*. answer la the office of the Clerk of Public" Record of Brevard County in,
they feel I should return the West Hempstead, Long Inland the Circuit Court on or before the Floridaunlnea, ; the City to Clerk redeem.
IN THE Lisle LIT 'Ol.ItT Or TIIKMNrit ': FRANKLIN New York 8th day of April, IDM. paid 1 a iMfflrtent amount
jewelry her son gave me, since : I JtllKIM, ( I K t. II r. INIM TI-fR NATIONAL LEO BLANK Dated al Tltunvlllc, Florida. the acid certificate and tax liens and all\
> rOH 1tSEFtR1tilt.. 'dli', RANK OP LUNi ISLAND a nat. HI Winslow PlaceLlhrrty. lob Clay of March 1904. cools accordin, to late the prope..tyde.crlbe"
most of the pieces are heirloomsand rl.OHIIIt.IN land| banking. urporalton, et al New York (COURT BKAII'URTIH .) therein will .be> aolil to the
:! would have no meaning to "" ''lor FollY \<,. 9tn14MIAMI : DefendanteTo 0. POLLACK K. BARNES highest bidder aa the office ef the.
Ml IK' t.; Tit lit: t t Ml" : ritB FRANKLINoAt'luNAL 295 Vreolaml Ave. Clerk, i'lruult( Court City Clerk In (he City Hall In City
me now.I nilAril FEDKHAI.: SAVIMUH BASK! OP.. LONG ISLAND! ...PnlUrann New Jersey By FlM-lle HallD'PUlY of Tltmvllle, riorldu.. .beginning It
AND LOAN AI4I'IATIUN, a national banking corporation fKDRIC:I J. JA.MKN\ and Clerk Joo: o'clock' In Inn afternnon Kaaaern
had the jewelry appraisedand a Federal Kavlima and Loan Aanoc.la W25 Kvmpetfad\ Turnpike JANIK..V, his wife Mar. 8, 13: 20 27 (Frl.) 1983 Standard Time, on the first MondayIn .
It Is worth about $13,000 1 1 the fnlteil Situ.. of Amerlia. New YorkCHEMICAL New York Now York xirirt: I IH' .1'iM.iiTIO the 8th day of April 1IW4, .
would never wear it but If 1 I Plaintiff, BANK NEW You are hereby notified that a silk< T1X till: DATED: THIS aim day of February "
eJ ever became ill it could get me Va. TURK: TRUST COMPANY, aNew complaint for foreclosure ef mortgage Notice ll hereby Riven that, holderof 1M>4.
JOHN F. BLACK and, LORAIN York banking mrporatlonNew has been filed aialnut you In Tax Sale. Certificate No. IIS: Imued. blargneeCooper
out of a tight spot. Should] 1 1 HKLCN BLACK tile wife : Street a Malilion Avenue re the following described property : the Illh day of June A.D. 1'Jfcl! baa City Clerk, City of Tltua llln,
a/k/a LORAIN:- II, CANKIELD.Defendanla. New York. New York Government Lots 2, 8 and 4, theSE filed aam* In my office and has Florida
keep the Jewelry or return it? TilE MEADOW BROOK NAT. ''a. of the UK it, the NKU: ef mad application for a tux. deed (lurch ) .
EX. W.Dear TOI! JOHN .. BLACK IONAL HANK tho (?E 4 and the IE'. of the thereon and has paid or redeemed 8. 13. 20. 27 Irr! ) 1901./
1 reRSONNEI Keil I'aknown a national banking association NB' s,. all In Section 2. Tnwn- .II nutetandlni City taxes aued.
Ex. The jewelry was Tot! ARK': IfKRI-.BV: : NOTIFIED 1231) Ave, of the Americas. ship J6.! south Range 87 Eaflt; by the City against the. lands herepmbracea LEGAL PADS Big Supply at
r b. ItR thai a suit to foreclose a Mortfaicehaa New York. New. York I and Government Lots 1 and) 2, Inart.r de.crlb..d. Said certificate
.;t"r t- given to you during your marriage been filed. against you In the 'J GERALD OR ECIC In BeutloB 27. Township 2il the following described. the Star-Advocate Office.
and you are entitled to above Court by the above named, 1 2 Park Ave. Mouth, Range 87 Eat; lying and real estate. In City of Tltuavllle
'. I'lalntlff The property Bought to be ..
: : ? keep it. Tell your ex.mother- forecloivd I.l, aa follow: -

t '. ', tt.::. V. ln-law if you ever decide to tell Lot IH1VVK 2,. Block UAUOB.K3 P: aoiXlon St'DDIVIX-1 K-l NONOTRIXE-! 5EEcc WATCHMOMMYIEEE OKAY, NOW 1)/EcrtsE

> the jewelry you promise to give ION, aecorillnc to plat thereof NOTINTHE you DO JUST
<,j" : : .: ', d"4 aa recorded In Plat Flook 13 EARIN WHAr MOMMY'SD01NG ul rnoMMYDID.
the family filet refusal. .
r"One- Pace 24 Public Record of Bra
,, .", ._ vard County Florida THE MOUTH .
:'S ,. Dear. Ann Landers: This may your keawer with the Clerk of tile 8
Court and to aprve a copy upon the
j be a small matter but it l hi beginning Plaintiff. Attorney. FUKKD: ITNATHAN3O.V.
'" ;r,
210 South Waahlnc-
to annoy me no end. Maybeyou ton Avenue Tltunvlllp.. Florida, not 1p

last question before we consider your job tan help. later than April e, 1M>4. It you. fall indo .. r
aa a decree pro ooafeaao will b r 1 1
application-do you drink to excess? At the office I have a very good friend, entered. "Iolnll you for the relief (
cooler that is she wants favor demanded in the Complaint bfc Sol
water who when a WITNESS mv hand and seal, of
never says "Please, could aid Court at Hrevard County this UI
ef March, 198f.
6th day
you?" or "I would appreciate it tCOURT BEAD :I 10ftj

If .." It'i always, "I want you Curtis it. Barnes ,. ...11a v.c
Clerk of Circuit Court
to do thus and sole By.: llTtle HallIleputy 3.20 0Pdru
Sometimes she lends her Mar 6, 13 29, 27 (Frl.) 1864 ': B
children to my door. They N6
speak the way she does. This ENVELOPES Business Sizes BUNNV/ IN SURE BELIEVES;

morning the 11-year-old said to Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp WELL,CHIP WHAT'S WNOAREYOU ANYTHING IN TUESDAY
me, "Mother wants you to pickup for mailing. Full stock at Star- 4 4I THE EASTER BUNNY TR/INSTO ANY MORE f' t3 WELD

Locked Door a loaf of bread and two Advocate. J r GOING BRING YOU TO ? KID/ 0

quarts! of) milk for her when you

go to the market today." af\dWe,. yh-r 1 rr /r I

I was particularly nettled and
Dear Ann Landers: This let. solve your problem permanentlf. replied, "It would be nice if 1, 1 I

ter will prove that a person Is He sounds like he's in his second you would hook a please on to

never too old to ask for advice. childhood and BO! do you. that." He did not get the point.

I sal a 70-year-old widow who Is Am I making a big fuss over

being pestered to death by a Dear Ann Landers: For eight nothing? Should I raise above I -;-:_ -

male neighbor. years I was married to a sadist. my irritation and remain silent? --.-- --1 --:

This man is 77 years of ago Lord knows I tried to make the Or should I let the woman know :- 3dlNOTHMG"NOTHING

and as spry as a colt. He marriage work but both my doe- how I (fEel and try to teach he

patches me when I am working tor ard my clergyman told me to and her children some decent I

in the garden and sticks like acorn leave before he put me in my manners? HUTCHINSON TELL MEADMI RALDID YOU ,..f ORTLJNATELV; IT WAS ONLY AA } 1 I Ii

plaster. I've tried locking grave. We were divored In HATTIE ABERNATHV/THESE ARE SOME YlI EVER HAVE TO GO DOWN ? -MILE WALKTiSHORE. JBrevarit

the door on him but he raps at December.I've Dear Hattie: Correct your ALL TIED UP PHOTOS TAKEN OFMEDURINa( TMY40YEARS WITH A SINKING SHIP? i

the window until I finally let always made good money friend and her children when A serious accident or IN THE NAVY.T INDEED o 1'i 1J J

dm) in. Once he put his arms and have been self-supporting. they demand instead of) ask. And illness could tic you up 't Pfl I DID,

around me when I was brewing Through the years I've managed be direct. This crew doesn't financially at well as phy. pllc BUT LWAS 'it

teanand; begged for just one little t to save a little because I was know from subtle iltally.million families Every year have hoalital one- '

iI ITS. I told him if he didn't unable to get Insurance due to and medical! expenses wcln !

!stop being to silly I would telo- heart condition. I did not ask forTELEVISION Ann Landers will be glad to exceeding one-half their >- GADSyVU 11
phone his wife. He said "She'll income Etna Life'a new CERTAINLY 011
o j
Major Medical Policy NAVE HAD o ao
never believe you. I haven'tklued help pay expenses notcoyerei tZ AN

: her in years" by basic hoipi.taliiatlon EXCITINGCAREER
jWell, Ann he was right. I 4w : 326I

t: telephoned his wife and she said KEEL :

l;mu.it be crazy because he ii Mortgage Broker .
(18( Years Experience In Mortgage Lending) 4fLe JTHIWK rl ITS NONE OFVOUP. 1 CANT HELP ? SHEETS)
::Last October 1 Invited a l lady INC. THIS CONCERN. FEELIN3SORRYFOR.

foend to spend a couple of COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL .

j JJeks with me. It didn't help. DEVELOPMENT CONSTRUCTIONKeel 201 Magnolia Avenue OVERSIZED BED OFMR. et HILDA Cv j jf

1*> continued to hang around and I I. R. C. 247-7121

tK:: even made a few plays for Ins. Agency Ph. Tltusville /ETNA CASUALTY: ABERNATHYS er 0 !

leer (She is 67.) Tell me how to [iJ, AND. SURETY COMPANY IS
201 Magnolia 267.7121 RIDICULOUS/
!get rid of this damned fool. HARTFORD CONHCCIICUT .

(eANADIAN READER I ,..,... ........ w .W '

fear Reader: Please don't 3.20

dive me any static about how I =. we.r .

tfcis man pesters you. A couple GUIDEFriday 4WuESM w.,

(01.no-nonsense sentences and afloor

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L'harks Mrs David T Patton Myen I INSIDE FIREPLACES A SPECIALTY !fc
f 1 liurrtll Thorne
Connie Mrs Alfred June L Couric Evans VERGER CONSTRUCTION :

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t" f a To The People Of Brevard County i iI i:!


-WORK DAY CREW Members of the :Mrs C R. McCotter, Jr., Mrs. R. G Ruf I am deeply grateful to ih. people of Brevard County!::'
Whispering Oaks Garden Circle got to- fe, work day chairman; Mrs John Day, \ I
I gether recently for a work day session to Mrs. Fred Griffis, circle chairman, and UP IN THE AIR :M li: Harmon, troubleman for for the fact that I will\ be an unopposed candidate for 1,

clean up various parts of the Whispering Mrs. Herb Ruche. Carhon ThotoFishin' Florida Power and Light Co.. demonstrated a Pelican another term .* County Tax Collector I thank you one*
Oaks area, Working on the project are Ducket truck recently for students in Minn\ Methodist +
Church Kindergarten. Harmon controlled the operationsof and all and will continue to serve you to the beat off,

the truck from the bucket and thrilled the youngsters! 'w \
by going nearly 50 feet high \', P Rozon, District Supr. my ability 2
I For 'Em described the operations of the lift truck and its! purposes ,
to the 16 !students and their teacher, Mrs! Evelyn]
Linger Carlson Photo. If the Tax Collectors office can be of service to you.S

please feel free to call on us at any time. JCI
(By "Charley" Alton) ception Only the feller this the reeds end stuff that's paint.
article was about had gone just ed on the side of that t boat, andif pylon tails watrr One man I know has :
Every so often we get tothinkin' one\ step better. He had the you can fool a snake like that, And the little tiny jigs will caught as many as nine trout I will
sincerely appreciate your vote and support In th.t-
about the clothes a fel- same trouble we have had so you sure ought to fool a fish. At catch fish In salt water or fresh in five casts watts a double rig(
let wears while he's out fishin. often, and lie decided to do any rate' the man says he's Shad dart have long been popular Just to prove to myself thatit November General Election '
It always made a lot of senseto something about it. We fig catchin' more and bigger fish Speckled perch will hit could be done, I went out the
us if we wore clothes that gered it would be a good ideato than he ever did, so it must them quite readily. Bream can other mornin' and caught 3 lb.
kmda blended into the grass and paint our fishin' boat in regular work. be taken with them, if they are trout on a small white Jig and
brush around a shore line. At camouflage colors, so It One of the deadliest of all quite small and you fish cm they wouldn even touch the J. D. Nash l It:
least we try not to wear anything
would kinda blend into its sur fishin' devices is i simple lit. just right live shrimp the other fellers
that would stand out
roundings.We tried to feed em!
tie jig. It could be any one ofa
sharply. We always figgered out In South Lake,
Right now
looked at the boat picturethis number of colors, or a combination
it was a good idea to take advantage specks are bitii' is well as bass. BREVARD COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR
man had painted and his of colors. Jigs come in
of any brush or grass And if I wanted a mesa of ADDING MACHINE: ROLLS, only ?
than a lot of different' sizes, but one of
idea lot
that was high enough to hide behind own. was He a had better an artist friend our the most effective is also one of specks, I b'lieve I'd just as 25c each ot the Star.Advocate (Pol. Adv Pd for By J. D. Naah)1)
because know that ,
we we soon have a small white jig.
are after one of the easiest of paint his boat for him. The main the smallest. The size of the (feathers, not nylon) and a surface __--- _________ __ -- n_______ _____________.____
is indication of the size
jig no
color a sky blue and
was upon
all fish don't
to spook. They plug A regular plug,
of the fish it will catch Some
this background the artist
often make a mad dash to get complete with hooks, will tangleup
real big fish will fall for a lit.
added lily pads, reeds and cat
out of sight they just kinda pretty easy; but there's always -
tails till would almost think tic tiny jig.Feathr
fade away Leastways that'sthe you a good chance that a him
the feller was settin' on his jigs have long been
way its always appears. gry bass will look up and spot
imagination( You hardly notice one of the most popular of all. PLYWOOD
that plug. It wouldn't be too
Anyway we got hold of a new the boat. From below the They often have a very heavy hard to forget about specks
magazine the other day and water line where a fish would head and are used for trolling in
with a big bass on the line
started to checkin' it out for new naturally be you sure would- deep sea fishm, Feathers have
ideas in the fish catchin' department n't notice It. the best action, but they tear up The same little Jig, tied In
Most of the magazineswe You can almost feel sorry for .pretty easy Nylon will take abe tandem, will take all kinds of
have, have at least one new the little water snake that tried at in' JL lot longer, althoughyou shad. A rig like that will take i1 Kt s ai
idea, and this one was no ex for a half an hour to hide among lose a bit of action with the trout most any time .in salt

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,... 4C ( Friday, Much 20, 1964 | ix TifF: riRrrir COI-HT or Tim New York New York tiring, la Brevsrit County FlnrMa Brsvard a anti County Mnnth "i of Lot 4,
MSTII; .1 II>KMI. iiuiir or jr.iiFMtAii' s. OUTMAN Winch T. Head & AIIMI guhillvla.
II.OKIIM l lof: VM H>M HKVAKII t:. 2 Rlvervlew PlaceHaitlnooth.Hudson and that you are required to serve Ion Suction 1. Townxhlp !J,
MISTER BREGER a settlement or alimony. help you with your problems ( OINTV IN tilMt.KY a copy of oa your the answer plaintiff to attorney complaint Itan*;* 36.According. thereof on
New York plat
Last night my former mother' Send them to( her In care of this ::0.0. mmA'.A : MUADOWflROOIC :fATIO kEYMOUR .KAHLA. *. whose add- file In the office to of the Clerk of the.
Q Are iww. ar.+- .r ,tea d n. u ,-. ""'KY. CUR J'lIH.I4\TI": AL HANK ree la Hie Congress Bullclla VIsvd Plat Book 2, Pats :)II.
In.law telephoned to say the newspaper! eenclosing a stamped Li\ TRADING' 41x, INC., *. ..tlenal hanklag association 82 Florid,, and fifc. the original Circuit lUoord Court. of ,, ,
family had talked it over and self-addressed envelope. f*.w York corponllou- Plaintiff mi Went Hempatiiart Ave. answer In the office of the Clerk the of Publlo Florid: unless th. : CRY cf.ntf:
3.20 We.t Hempstead Lone Island the circuit Court on or before amount to redeem
I uffpnt|
feel I should return, the Y. 8th day of April 19114. pM<< k and all
they IS TIIII. : ('IIICt'ITl."T or TII.vl .: TITH FRANKLIN NATIONAL New York Dated al Tltusvllle. Florida thin Mid ceetif eats and tax Hen

Jewelry her son laveme, sine* .: ".>rn"UII.nUl 8.'a.\IKII IA5. fuusetIr(flu. NTb 11I BANK: Ol woO ISLAND, et a al natIonal HI LEO Wlnilow BLANK Place 6th day of Marcb. 1914.ICOUkT : conti described acc"r therein,Hn. to wilt law..b*Iha nolrt property to the

most of the pieces are heirloomsand tr.IIHIII\I banking. corporation Liberty, New Tork ( II.ALICURTI' ) highest bidder at the office at the
D.I..ndant.To '" R. BARNESClerk .
C' POLLACK Hall In City
uHi.rrRV; MI. tmiSIMM : City CUTk l in would Lave no meaning tome IN NATIONAL Circuit Court
tics FRANKLIN at
K Til U M t." IJ : 295 Vreelanrl Ave.Patteraon of TltMVlll. Florida beginning
MIAMI 1KACH! : FEDBRAI 8AVI.NOH 1I.'f1!' Or- LONG ISLAND New JenerCK.DK1C By Bertie Hall 1-00: o'clock In the. afternoon Eastern:
now. LOAN ASSOCIATIONFederal a national banking corporation : J. JAM: and Deputy Clerk Standard Time, on the firm Monday
I had the Jewelry appraised I a ANI Having and Loon AMOC, BS5 Kempntead Turnpike JANIKN. bl* wife Mar. 8, 13. 20. :27 r (Frl.) 1963.: In the month of April 111<14. which lathe l

about 13000. 1 I ladon'' rvlntlnaun.lcr" the Iowa ollit Franklin Square. Lung lalaml 41H E. 80th Street AI'I'MCTI<>\ filh day of April lulI4.
and It is worth failed tilatfi of Amarlca. New ITorlcCHEMICAL New York New York JIOIITI( t: Of DATKI THIS 2 tH day of February
would never wear it but i if 1 1ever 1 Plaintiff BANK NEW You are hereby notified that a Colt T\ Ur.EDNonce tint; holderof 1964.
fJ1 COMPANY, complaint for foreclosure *f mortgage U hereby Cooper
Vl. TURK THL'T a :Marg-nret!
became ill it could get me .JOHN r. BLACK end LORAIN N.w York banking corporation hail been filed afalnm you In Tax. Bale Certificate A.D.No. 1113 foil! Imiimltrie hasflied City Clerk City of TItIl .lIIe.
Oth of June
wife. Kntt ft Waillson Avenue r. tb. following described property: day
Should 1 MKLIC.N BLACK hit Street I baa Florid
out of a tight spot. office and
Loin 2, 8 and 4, the .alll. my
Jar Government
o : k/. L.OKAIN: H, CAMKICLD.Uikniiwa New York New York deed SEAL! )
keep the Jewelry or return it? / Dotenda. TUB' MKADOW: [ ( BKOOK NATIONAL BE '. of the UK >k. the NE' of mad application for a. tax redeemedall "larch 6. 13. 20. :27 (rrl.) 19)14.!
e 1 TO IOHM r. BLACK HANK! the SB k, and the 8B>4 of the thereon and ha* paid or
: anncuiedby
EX. W.Dear ...ldon" a naUc.1 basking a..oclatlon NB 't. all In Section 22. Town- oiitalandlnit City lanes at
1 Supply
> the City against. the land hereinafter LEGAL PADS ,
NOTIFIEt 121 of the Americas ahlp 28 Mouth Rang 87 Bunt; I
Ex. The Jewelry was YOU ARK!: HEREBY!: Ave. described. Said certificate
thai a anti to foreclnn* a Morlfan. New "York New York and Government Lot 1 and 2, the following deacrlbed the Star-Advocate Office.
to during marriage In action 21. Township :a; embraces
given you your bas been. filed aaln l you In the GERALD OU8ECK ntati In City of Tttuavllle.
and are entitled to above Court by the above named 2 Park Ave. South, Range 87 East: lying and real
..:" you f'lalntlff. Th property ought to be -------
keep it. Tell your ex-mother-' forwlawd In a* allow: NOW o1r 144Eeb
Let :2!*. Block P. SMrtInn K-l /NONOTRIXIE- 5EEc WATCH OKAY,
t in-law if you ever decide to IIOWK! ; UARDKX3; SUUOIVIIt- MOMMY! SEE YOU DO JUST

.1 ,: :,; ;! ,:: :.: ; the Jewelry you promise to give ION rccorili-cl awarding In ta Plat iilat Rook thureota 13 NOT EARIN IN THE WHATMOMMYSDOING / LIKG fdOMMYDID.

the family first refusal. Page 24. Public Harord of Bra MOUTH/ .
r : ,1.... ., vard l County FlorliU THE
:.1'0. x{ YOU ARE REQUIRED to flU

:. ,i.d r 1t. ; '' / '*...:, ,, Dear Ann Landers: This may your Court Aniwi-r and. to iorv with th a.copy Clerk upon of the thiPlaintiff.1
be a small matter but it Is begin Attorneys, PRKKDNATIIANSON : a
1 ': ; ,(#'U14:). e-i1 ....'"", _"" 2111 Houth Waahlng 1
ning to annoy me no end. Maybe I ton Avenue. Tltuivllln, Florid. not'
later than April 9. lMi;.. If you fall tc I
"One last question before we consider your jobapplicationdo you tan help.I I do to a decree l pro ooifeno will bi

you drink to excess? At the office have a very good friend, entered igalnnt In the you Complaint.for the relicdrmandml aa/ aoIDON'T eb ebT20

water cooler that is who, when she wants a favor WITNESS my band and real. of t1ho
never says "Pleaie, could laid Court at Urevarri County, thli J
61 h you?" or "I would appreciate It SEAL)

"I want Curtis H. Burn*) ...
It -. It's always you Clerk of Circuit Court 4yq'

to do thus and so." lly: ll-rlle HallDeputy "aIC

Sometimes she sends her 6, 13 2u 27 (Frl.ClerkMar ) 1964 --- -epdwt- N6

f. children to my door. They ,Joe THE EASTERWELLCNIPWHAT'6NY KIDS 'it > ,\ BELIEVES

Ann Landers speak the way she does. This ENVELOPES Business Sizes BUNNY/ BELIEVE IN SURE '" IN TUESDAY

I morning the It-year-old said tome Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp X THE EASTER BUN WHOAREYOU ANYTHING I WELD

"Mother wants you to pickup for mailing1. Full stock at Star. I GOING TO TRYING TO ANY MORE V
KID?/ Ia
A Locked Door a loaf of bread and two Advocate. J r. BRING you?

quarts of milk: for her when you

go to the market today." NwNwt,_ G
I was particularly nettled and \

T Dear Ann Landers: This leper solve your problem permanently.He replied "It would be nice if

will prove that a person I 18 sounds like he's in his second you would hook a please on to I

lever too old to ask for advice childhood and no do you. that." He did not get the point. i

I am a 70-year-old widow who I Is Am I making a big fuss over I

being pestered to death by Dear Ann Landers: For eight nothing? Should I raise above .7 r ; -- i
sadist. Irritation and remain silent? =-.: 2liP
finale neighbor years I was married to a my I _

This man is 77 years of aie Lord knows I tried to( make the Or should I let the woman know

and; as spry as! a colt. lie marriage work but both my doctor how I feel and try to teach she .-

catches me when I am workin tipd my clergyman told me to and her children some decent TELL ME,ADMIRAL,Dl D YOU ,...FORTUNATELY IT WAS ONLY A ) 1

in the garden and sticks like a leave before he put me in my manners? HUTCHINSON EVER HAVE TO GO DOWN 20-MILE WALK TO SHORE. J
corn plaster. I've tried lockin grave. We were divored in HATTIE ALL TIED UP PHOTOS TAKEN OF ME DURIN3MY WfTHASINKINO SHIP?

the door on him but he raps at December.I've Dear Hattie: Correct your 40 YEARS IN THE NAVY. "

the window until I finally leJim always made good money friend' and her children when A strioui accident or INDEED "1

in. Once he put his arm and have been self-supporting. they demand Instead of ask. And illnei financially could ag well tit you a phy.up p BUT IDID tWAS, 1

around me when I was brewin; Through the years I've managed be direct. This crew doesn't shrilly Every year one J'd' .ij

tea-and begged for Just one little te tare a little because I wa know from subtle. million families have boa r, wclcy .ij j

&I!+. I told him if he didn'scup unable to get insurance due to yitsl and medial one-half expense their GADSDU Np j.ij

being *o silly I would tele heart condition. I did not ask for Ann Landers will be glad to exceeding income. .Etna Ll .'. new )0X CERTAINLY oHAVENHAD e j

pEon* his wife. He said "She'l Major Medical Policy ao WRGESv1rN J
never believe you. I haven' not a --
: earelaty : cIt hoapitalizadon i//

Cued f her in years" GEORGE M. McCUTCHANMortgage insurince. Z EXCRING 3-20

Well, Ann he wan right 1i
i telephoned 1 his wife and she sailErnust KEEL

be crazy because he i Is Broker CO WHAT DOVOU l CARE? I KNOW PUT SHE HAO1 IRON r
harmleu. ((18 Y. rs Experience In Mortgage Lending) 4I CONCERN.ITHINK FEELIHOSORRY
="Last October I invited a lady AGENCY INC. THIS FOR

Mend to spend a couple cJJJeks COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL 201 Magnolia Avenue r;; OVERSIZED ,l HILDA.

\ with me. It didn't hell[ DEVELOPMENT CONSTRUCTIONKeel I. R. C. 267-7121 &EDOFAR.

We continued to hang around and ABERNATIIYs -

made few plays fur Ph. TitusvilU ATNA CASUALTY: ,
2: even a Ins. Agency IS N
hr. (She is 67.) Tell me how t tOI 201 Magnolia 267-7121 AJIO HARTFORD.SURETY CONNCCTICUTi COMPANY RIDICULOUS!

Set t rid of this damned fool. -I
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year:: Reader: Please don'.

gtye me any static about hoi dONLS4 ..,
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t : r To The People Of Brevard County:i

WORK DAY CREW Members of the Mrs. C. R. McCotter, Jr., Mrs. R. G. Ruf. I am deeply grateful to the people! of Brovard Count?"
Whispering Oaks Garden Circle got to- fe, work day chairman; Mrs. John Day : ,
gether recently for a work day session' to Mrs. Fred Griffis, circle chairman, and UP IN THE AIR :M 11;. Harmon, troubleman for for the fact that I will b. an unopposed candidate for,

clean up ,various parts of Whispering} Mrs. Herb Ruche. Carlson Photo.Fishin' Florida Power and Light Co., demonstrated a Pelican another term at County Tax Collector I thank you onet
Oaks area. Working on the project are Bucket truck recently for students in Minn\ Methodist
Church Kindergarten. Harmon controlled the operationsof and all and will continue to serve you to the best of'
the truck from the bucket and thrilled the youngstersby -
going nearly 50 feet high, \'. P. Hozon District Supr my ability i
I II) For 'Em described the operations of the lift truck and its purpose )
the 16 students and their
Linger* to- Carlson Photo. teacher Mrs. Evelyn; If the Tax Collector's office can b. of service to you.i

please feel free to call on UII at any time. rI -
(By "Charity" Alton) ception Only the feller this the reeds' and stuff that's painted \,
article was about had gone just on the side of that boat, andif nylon tails water One man I know has ,
Every so often we get to one step better. He had the you can fool a snake like that, And the little tiny jigs will caught as many as nine troutin r I will vote and theF
thinkin' sincerely appreciate your support in
I about the clothes a fel name trouble we have had so you sure ought to fool a fish. At catch fish In bait water or fresh. five casts won a double rig.
ler wears while he's out fishin'. often, and he decided to do any rate the man says he's Shad darts have long been popular Just to prove to myself thatit A November General Election. ,*.
It always made a lot of sense something about it. We fig. catchin' more and bigger fish Speckled perch will hit could be done, I went out the
t to us if we wore clothes that gored! it would be a good ideato than he ever did, so it must them quite readily. Bream can other mornin' and caught 3 lb.
kinda blended into the grass and paint our fishin' boat In regular work. be taken with them if they are trout on a small white jig and 1-'
brush around a shore line. At camouflage colors, so it One of the deadliest of all quite small and you fish em they wouldn't even touch the J. D. Nash :
least we try not to wear anything would kinda blend Into its sur fishm' devices is a simple little just right. live shrimp the other fellers
that would stand out
soundings jig. It could be any one of tried to feed 'em!
sharply. We always figgeredit out In South Lake
Right now
We looked at the boat picture a number of colors, or a com
was a good idea to take advantage bitii' well bass.
this man had painted and his bination of colors Jigs come In
of any brush or grass And if I wanted a mess of ADDING MACHINE ROLLS onlyIde
a lot Of different sizes, but one of
that was high enough to hide behind idea was 'a lot better than our the most effective is also one of picks: I b'lieve I'd just asSaM each et the Star.Advocate ( Adv. Pd. for By J, D. Nash)
own. He had an artist friend
because know that
we we have a small white jig
paint his boat for him. The main the smallest. The size of the 1-
after of the easiest of
are one and
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all fish to spook. They don't color was a sky blue and upon jig is no indication of the size face plug. A regular plug,,
of the fish it will catch. Some
this background the artist had
often make a mad dash to get complete with hooks, will tangle
real fish will fall for little
big a
added lily pads, reeds and cat.
out of sight they just kinda up pretty easy; but there's always
tails till would almost think tiny jig.Feather
fade away. Leastways that'sthe a good chance that a hun
the feller was settin' on his jigs have long been
way its always appears. gry bass will look up and spot
imagination.( You hardly notice one of the most popular of all. PLYWOOD
that plug. It wouldn't be too
Anyway we got hold of a new the boat, From below the They often have a very heavy
had: t to forget about specks
magazine the other day and water line where a fish would head and are used for trolling in
with a big bass on the line.
started to checkin' It out for new naturally be you sure would deep sea fish in'. Feathers have
Ideas in the fish catchin' de n't notice it. the best action but they tear up The same little jig tied in
partment. Most of the magazineswe You can almost feel sorry for ,pretty' easy. Nylon will take a tandem, will take all kinds of
have, have at least one new the little water snake that tried beatm A Jot longer althoughyou shad. A rig like that will take
idea, and this one was no ex for a half an hour to hide among lose a bit of action with the trout most any time .In salt


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access road and drainageHOMES1TESREADY ;';" :..,(;._j. City It will be our pUaivre to redeem this r' ": March 20th
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(Offer limited to pattenoer carl ", Iy.) BUILDERS SATURDAY
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:"' .. Slates Civil Defense ConferencesThe I ., '
: David Kovacs M. D.
Florida Institute for Continuing preparedness for survival in ,
University I i t Studies event of nuclear attack or I
fI (FirUS). under contract to the natural disaster. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING ,
Department of Defense. Office 'Provide a better understanding
of Civil Defense in conjunctionwith of the Federal, State and County '
this Agency, will conducta Civil Defense Programs i OF HIS OFFICE AT
series of local government 'Provide assistance In defining.
Civil Defense conferences. local Civil Defense problemareas
The Brcvjrd County Conference through workshops 1j. TITUSVILLE MEDICAL CENTERFOR
will be held on April 24 at cd to specific community tanor'l r
the Brevard County Agricultural Governor Farris Bryant ti TUB PRACTICE OF i
i issue inventions
Building Cocoa beginning at to key
I 8:30: a.m.Purpo&c. but anyone interested In Civil GYNECOLOGYOFFICE
Defense Is cordially invited to
of this local government
conference Is to:
l r Appraise local government officials I-oulse Gibbons, Brevard Co. HOURS:
elected and appointed unty Civil Defense Director, The Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday r
and key private citizens of the Honorable Joe Wickham, Chairman
r continuing need for adequate of Board of Brevard County 9:30tol-3to6:

Commissioners and Harry Saturday 9:30: to 1:00: Eve. Hours Mon. 600; to 8:00:
Fccblcs Huehey of FICUS met on Fri.
day, March 13 and made the arrangements Phone 267.1136 or 2676034By Appointment
March 25, Bible study it 7 .
I p,m.; Senior choir practice, 7:45: : : PLANTS FOR LIBRARY Numerous flowering
p.m.March Anyone wishing to attend may plants and shrubs were planted around the Titusville
27, Junior Choir prac write to Uievard County Civil Library recently by members of the Orange Blossom
lice. 3:30: p.m.; Good Friday services Defense, Box 1163, Merritt Island Garden Circle. Working on the project are, from left, STAR-ADVOCATE Classified Ads Get ResultS
at 7:30: p,m., "The Seven or telephone Cocoa NE8 Mrs Margaret Goad, Mrs. Jotli i Ilerriu and Mrs Cathy ,
I I Words of the Cross". 2180 :i Spencer. Carlson Photo.
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.310:: PALM TREES; PLANTED Mrs. Fred Griffis
chairman of Whispering Oaks Garden Circle, admiresone
of 310 Coco Plumosa Palm trees donated to the circle -
and planted by the City of Titusville in the Whispering 1,
Hills area. Standing from left are Mrs. Russell Bat- :
.chelder Mrs. John Day, Aver Belflower and David
Photo Covington, assistant i to the City Manager. Carlson AMERICAS

Cocoa Beach Mims MethodistServices .

Church are for announced Mims as Methodist followsby modern
Jaycees Hear Rev. Lloyd Mullis: most refinery
Sunday School, 10 a.m., RobertM
Porter, General Superintendent. -
Bill (Clark Nursery and classes for all ,

w. II (Bill) Clark gave a talk ages Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Palm
on Parliamentary Law as applied Sunday The Sacrament of Baptism now Florida
to club meetings and Leg will be administered and serving
islatures to the Cocoa Beach members will unite with the
Jaycees at the Ramada Inn Mon church The Youth Membership
day night, March 16. class will be received into mem-
lIe stressed the point that bership. "
Parliamentary Law is built Methodist Youth Fellowship, .
upon the principle that rights ::1:30: p.m. The Youth Membershipclass .
must be respected of the maj will be special guests of the ..
ority, of the minority, of individuals MYF. Supper will be served by ". With giant strides,the South marches forward.1
of absentees, and all the Lillian R Britton circle. A
these film, "Thank you, Mr Chapel
together.Bill ii a member of the Titus- Grove" will be shown on the : :\ ::\ }: "'< .: More industries! More people! More tourists! More' !

villa Jaycees. meaning Evening of Services church:membership Hymn sing :" income! And-far more automobiles, requiring .

at 7:30: p.m. The third study In ., : .
: : : hundreds of millions of gallons of petroleum
: J1
Mead Star-Advocate Classifledit Christian Perfection by John :iif : ? \
Wesley will be given by W W. .,itt::; tl .J 1 '" '> products each year. SS
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1111" .# o.o.a.O.O 0t i i.oaO.OIlO.C1 S. .\ S construction of America's most modem oil refinery ;

: S S. at Pascagoula.
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g Covering 2600 acres, this refinery is fed with crude
oil from the Gulf Coast fields through the longest I
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0s 1 in excess of 100,000 barrels a day. it is one of the s :'"'
h 9'AGOSTINO'S 9 : 3 world's largest refineries. ,

Ii TORCH I 1 This new refinery embraces all of the latest

1.si.; technology of oil refining particularly in the

t rrr- r production of more powerful automotive gasolines. t I IS

I CLUB II ::1 h : These completely new Standard Oil gasolines i't'

t are on their way to you now. Try them at your jJ_.

I ON) THE INDIAN RIVER a 5.5"1 4 '.5 ---r.a Standard Oil dealer's, soon. \ '.

o. AT TITUSVILLE D ? Our new Gulf Coast refinery is another example of ; } V ,

Ii D D_ : : Standard Oil's planning ahead to serve the! South. x t j

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