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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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
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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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81th Year No. :38 5c Per Copy Titusville Florida, FridaMarch 27 1964 14 Pages Today_ Published Mondays' Wt: *X bps 1 .d FrldayaII _
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Two Nabbed For ..?;: ,1 :j'-', Urges Aft -lion

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Stolen Drug SaleTwo i In Planning For

prominent Satellite Beach (lod by the two druggists, accordIng b

druggists! one the husband of a to the FBI. Several thousand a

former Titusville woman, have dollars worth of stolen drugs t Tourist Business
bean arrested by the FBI and were found by the FBI at the

charged with possession of stolen time of the arrest on a federal LT

drugs search warrant

Special Agent J S, Sdntlano The FBI is still investigatingother Cob Doyle executive secretaryof nine workshop at St Gabriel'aEpiscopal zoning must be an Intrejdl part

Tampa Division office of the FBI aspects of the case, and expect : the East Central Florida Heganal I Parish House last of long-range planning.

announced the arrest yesterdayof further arrests involving : Planning Council, told city night: He condemned toning/ that I Is
James N Gaskins, 31V 24] Deborah those responsible for the Wash officials ami .
interested citizens Doyle said this was an oppor passed with consideration only; for}
St. and'lr Miller, 30, 138 ington theft In the near future. last night to discount the
not tunity for the council to hear the one or two parties involve!
So. E 4th St. Satellite Beach. Caskins, who Is also married!, tourist angle in planning: far thereat some of the problems of the lie stressed that all citizens of the
The two have been with
and Miller, are described as two NASA expansion. area directly from tho citizrr.H community should be consideredIn

being order a stolen segment of a large mail young men doing a good business Pointing out '1 and encouraged questions, ant I any zone change and how It

drug operation. ; "young businessmen on that NASA ex s r discussion on these pto\t\ 'ems. may effect them in the future
Miller is the husband of the for
the way up," as one described tic further encouraged thedty'
mer June Dyer, also a phar- poets ovtr 10 In bringing!: the auc'unco up I h
them. They were active In civic consideration in hiring a
midst, formerly of Titusville.The FIRST "SKYSCRAPER" Titusville just plumbing, plus interior and exterior walls. 000 persons a date on the NASA expansion on to sit in
affairs of their community, members professional planner on
two in doesn't look like Titusville is The the left the MILA operations, Doyle call)
men are partners of Chamber of Commerce, anymore, section to is awaiting the raisIng day, a great all zoning board matters, which
the operation of two drug stores what some old timers when lookat of the sixth floor and Titusville and North Excv-irl
and had Invested quite heavily in say they into place. many of them may decrease many problemsthat
\ should not Irulintrits
in the Satellite Beach area. the real estate market. the new Imperial Towers apartments Another section (not shown) at the right is tourists expect treat: arise out of these zone
The FBI said the two men al going up on South U. S. 1, overlooking the also ready for raising floors and roof into ID tour to spring up, but should et- changes.
Icgedly sent orders for expensive The two men were arraigned Indian River. This section of the after the facilities a pert small industries* of this warehousing -
six-story place they have been laid on the those last
Among attending
before U. S. Commissioned Tom of which ,
part .... and supplier type wi.hsmall :
drugs to contacts in Washington, last structure, being built by Tex-Star: for Irv- ground. (S-A Photo). night's meeting were City Man\
Henderson here night, charged will be to .
open Doyle payrolls.Doyle
D.C The orders for the complete
Industries is for
with receiving stolen govern- ing ready wiring and ager!: Cleveland Talmadge, hitassistant .
items the public on Injected Idea to
line of drug were suppliedby numerous occus- an pit-
David Covington, council
thefts of a large government ment property. If convicted, according lions, Doyle urged!: this be taken mote tourism, "just as a luuptit-: : Willis
hospital facility in the Washington to federal statutes, the Into serious consideration in fu ion as to what could be done" ," men James Pritchard, Ed

area. Payments\ for the drugs sentence would be up to 10 yearsIn Public hire planning:! by the city and he explained. Ho suggested 4 delegation and Randy Nu.nn.illy, zoning
federal penitentary andorup / Zoning Map Hearing board member Ed Rice Commit-
were made at less than one third county. might go to Los Angeles
Donn Se rl'
to $10,000 fine. Their bond was lee of 100 president ,
the wholesale' price. set by Henderson at $2,500 each "The NASA causeway, Just and point out to Walt Disney the Chamber of Commerce executive:
Agent Neil Welsh also of the south of the city limits of Titusvlllu possibility of locating something secretary, Jack Schwlensberg and

Tampa office, FBI, told the Star. Is going to be a focal pointof kin to the Weat coast's DisneyLand Junior Woman's Club president

Advocate last night the druggists Injured In Wreck Florida," Doyle explained Ho tot Brevard. "Think of i it." Norma Larks, In. addition to

kept the drugs in question hidden To Be Held Monday NightResidents showed on a map how the area Dole said, "a Disney Land rUht others
and separate'.from their regular MM. Billy Feagan of Mima, will be tied in by Interstate 95, next to 'Missile Land'. It could bea
stock, refilling the legitimate bottles who was injured in an accident four.lane highways to Orlando, great tourist attraction."

as needed north of Cocoa yesterday afternoon connecting with the Sunshine The one thing Doyle dwelled on Community
These stolen drug purchase op is reported to be resting at approving or objecting cornmodatlon with :50 or more sale of agricultural products, Parkway, and Interstate 75, plus In length, and which caused serious

erations reportedly have been home after treatment at Jess to any phase of the new units may also establish asses- public parks, recreation aicas, V. S. 1.Duyle. discussion among planning

carried on over a two.year per-. Parrish Memorial/ Hospital. proposed zoning map and ordin- sory uses, such as drug and sun game preserves, historicalareas and Don Thompson of I tie) council members and member ..f 'Calendar

ance of the City of Titusvlllu dry shops, florists, gift shops, school, churches, clubs (planning council, met with approximately the city official bodies, was Ih't

restaurants, etc. and ledges, 25 at stressed
: people a plan of toning Doyle that
"'1I"r:: to attend the
are urged public:
to \ (For lilting; of events of communitywid -
.. hearing to be conducted Monday TM May be used for mobih
.' : interest and parti'cip.ition
home parks: hotels, motels,
night in the auditorium! of Bay- i call Mrs. Jill fUnk,
] view Elementary School tourist accommodations, IIpar ___ ., 2S7-028J).
menu, churches, clubs, lodges, +
9G"en The public hearing will begin packing:! lots, restaurant apd Friday, March 27

f... At t 7O-::! ,pm... .. .. ,...., T{.. :,'...v.cocktail. : 'lourigesEP I- :. :, 8 p.m.rirl' -A'waya, square
Y A reproduction of the proposed / dancing, IflC Civic Onto0.1) -.
May be used for bustnobs -
.q zoning map was officially ad- 1 ; tin, "Meet the Candi
professional and
5 vertised in the March 13 issueof personal date". Fred Bud Dickinson,
services hotels .. ,. ... .
apartments, *"' "" .-
the Star Advocate and the Governor candidate, Citizens
1 motels
original large maps will be i Dank community room.
; available for Inspection duringthe 13R -- May: be used for buiIntss y Monty March 39

hearing Monday night : professional and personal 930 a.m. "Meet the Candidato"
services, retail sales and ser ,
'Hayden Burn, Governor -
A check of the zoning map
/ /
vices, hotels motels and I
candidate, campaign: headquarters *
and ordinance reveals the following
classifications. : storage. '! 302 Sxyith Washington.
y EA Mty be used for busi- Lcz .
Ii Rla Single family district, ness, professional and .
i tM personal 7 JO p m Public hearing on
must he 10,000( square feet in the
services, retail sales and services flew zoning map, Bay view Elementary. -

lot.Rib hotels and mqtels, drive.in .
Y .1 .Single family district, establishments service station, r' Jk.lh. tP.'i#f.yr h: I.!. ..., J. .' .. ...;. ...:s ", .ir. :.t.<,__:sxur'aJte.t _d: "..., 'a.jJ j 8 p.m. Dessert coffee, joint
must be 7 500 square feet in lot.
: ft.2 Multifamily district, .utt>!r.obila sales and services. BEAUTY SPOT City of Titusville park the old dirt, added new, fertilized, ran Spaceport Young Republican

for singly: family dwellings or BVV May\ be used for business employees are shown at work engaged in water to the area and is doing the plant. Club and North Brevard Republican

; p multl.family dwelling units not professional and personal planting an "island" just south of the Ing. Pride Inc. furnished the plants Club, "Meet the COUJIryCall

a. building strvices, retail sales and aer- American Oil Station between north (S-A Photo). ldo1hs" Citizens Bank Com.'
exceeding four units -
per vlces, Tivein! establishments, and southbound U S.1, The city dug up inanity room, '

service station, automotive Tuesday, Much 31
R 3 Unlimited mutt; family
sties and services wholesale 10 D.nGarden Clinic, county
for single familand multifamily -
wuri homing, trucking facilities courthouse Assistant County .
living units, churches, Cooperation SoughtIn
schools. freight terminals, moving Agent S. .... Rose.
RP Unlimited multl-famly storage uses 1! coon Public luncheon,

ARRESTED BY FBI Pictured in U. S. Commissioner fur single family and, multifamily MR.Marina: district, maybe speaker: Senator. John Mathews.Governor ,

Tom Henderson's office last night, are James N. Gaskins living units, business ser ( used for customary marina Crime 'War' HereAn Candidate, WomtfifrbulUhns. ;,

left, and Virgil Miller, right, who have been charged by vices, profesional ,services, lie rvic.c,. <<. Hopkins Avenue

the FBI with possession of stolen government property.SA .- churches, schools. Ml Local service may be W.dnladlY, April 1
( Photo.) used by all firms permitted inB" All Day. Look out "AprilFool's
hM May be used for single appeal for'more cooperation here were inadequate and vole- needs of law enforcement and "
districts lumber Day,
and build-
from residents methodof lid! a need for a larger numberof Ihe .
and multifamily dwellings: as a investigation; police department
ing and air
heating Thursday April 2
'Brevard National Bank To Open hotel, motel, hospital for conditioning sheet metal, weld. combating a rising incidenceof policemen. had been Increased only 8 p.m, North Brrvard Gold-

human care, medical or dental lag, plumbing electrical, laundries crime, was made here yeiter- Saldano said that petty larceny five per cent.Comparing. water for President Committee,

office, clinics for medical or dry cleaners, bakeries, day by Henry Soldano, special cases were up from eightin / Tituivllle, with- Citizens" Dank Community room,
Next Week In Indian River PlazaBrevard dental tee/ firjt two months of last
practice, clinical laboratories '
bottling plants, printing, i light investigator for the City of Tltusvil'e year to 41 this year. about 20.UOO population, to other public welcome
churches, schools and and
processing. cities Snlduno said that Titus
Police Dept. ( ,
National Bank will as L. Henderson as president, dormitories, pharmacies devoted M2 Light Industrial and lie also listed dogs as a major
ville has 15
policemen, Including
open Wednesday in temporary Fred Bell and N. E. Jones as exclusively to the preparationand manufacturing/ activities, indus Citing figures to show a great problem. H. pointed out that Chief W T. Brown, comparedwith Rotarians Elect-

headquarters in Indian River vice.president. retailing of drugs, medicines, trial park. increase in crime in Tltusvlllo there. have"" been 37 dog bites reported 123 at Daytona Beach New Officers

Plaza on State Road 50 and officials The opening on Wednesday is surgical and orthopedic: supplies. 13 All uses permitted in this year over last, Saldano said this year compared to where. the population is about .
are I looking forward to the T May be used for apartments 112. that one of the biggctt problemsis only one last year 45,000/ ; 42 members at Eau Rotary Club officers, elected

construction and opening of their primarily for the purpose! of having hotels, motels, all tour GU Single-family dwellings juvenile" delinquency and he Traffic violations bavo also Gillio: with a population ot about this week, ''who will take their
building sometime later this stockholders pick up their/ ist pointed out that in this field positions July 1, are Raymond
new stock (this be accommodations, churches, all agricultural pursuits, Increased rapidly, !he said. 28,000: and 30 men at Cocoa
can't done
year until dubs, lodges, parking lots, restaurants dairy products, livestock, poul cooperation of parents would( be Beach with a population less Wnstead, president; Dr. Glen
the bank is Admitting that the area and .
opened officially) and Dr Ii.
Tempcrary headquarters are cockiail lounges Any try, fkld citrus of great aid. Young, vice president: ;
crops groves than Titusville.
showing officials, other population of Titusville has lr.-
T. Walker and Ken
heated hi the secretary: ;
apartment, hotel or tourist ac- etc., processing:, packaging and Hit emphasized the fact that
shopping center etc. the facilities. creased, he pointed out that "We need your help and anything Upper" treasurer.
The public is invited to the facil.ties: for holding Juvenilesand crime rat |increase wn much you can do to stay within The four were elected at a

building; Sullins where, iii opening on Thursday and Friday Haydon Burns To Be Here Monday mental'y' disturbed patients greater and that, ,to meet the the laws and encourage other merging{ yesterday of the boardof
The new executive! vice.president to do the same will be greatly director', which had be ntinted

formerly of Or. George Sullins, ls originally: LW7 appreciated," he concluded. .. last. t week
Jacksonville II rvr
lando, will dir. from Waco, Texas. He it a graduate Mayor Haydon the courity: will be at the local

ect operations as of Rice Institute in Houston. Burns brings his campaign: !: for campaign headquarters ((30' _

executive vice. SulliM Sullms has 14 years experienceIn Democratic nomination for governor South Washington: Washington Hotel Avenue-In Building) the at r/ Bud Dickinson Coming Tomorrow .

president! of the new financial. In- banking and formerly worked to Titusville on Monday 9.:30 a,m. and all area residentsare
stitution. and was cashier for South Or- during a daylong swing through invited to meet him there. Although several candidatesfor donut' will be served.prmocratic .

Plans are that the new building, lando National Bank. He has ex- Brevard County. Following the his governor have been in Ti, l C : : candidate willb
opening of
perience in each department of Curtis Futch. North BrevarJ 7 *!&, daylong
which will be located in the para local king a swing
office Burns will tour Nov prior to actual
ing area of the Plaza, and front. banking, having worked In )ook- chairman for the Burns cam- Ins Fruit Co. and Mime Citrus I rI qualification 'tlr/igh Bievsrd. He will beII

ing on Highway 20, will begin im keeping, payroll and as a teller, paign said that the candidatewill Grower's packing- houses at the first one to come after i 'ii. coun.ry club in Ro<:lt.

mediately.The advancing into the position of arrive with his wife at the Minis, to be I \ such qualification will be hereon led.r from ll.'ilO: tll( 12:43.
returning at Big Ap
cashier, and liter vice, TitusvUle-Cocoa .
institution has a capitalization as presi Airport at 9 a m Saturday WauteiHl
pie Shopping Center at 10.'M i Hit North Crevard
of $600.000 with $400,000 capital dent. "He'll be Joined there by 50 I Fred Bud Dickinson West ''Jn .for
t a.m., then to Pirtle Plaza at 10:4] of t to e' CD -gavernor chairman
and S300000 'In surplus and Mr and Mrs. Sullins have two ears.,IOf 'BlitUer from Jackson.rule aim and at Indian River Plaza I, Palm Beach, former.( : state sin! *" aid that Dicklaon "would be aocotnpumed

undivided profits. Ther* were 20- children, both teenagers Georgeand plu cart from Titiuvine, at t 11:1S: a.m.At It tor and chairman of the Florida by his wife.
000 shares of stock sold at a Barbara. The family .is and throughout Brevard County," I
par presently t 10 s.m. there will be a reception Committee" pf 100 will be in "War expecting a larger
value of $::10. The stock was over- still living in Orlando .Futch pointed"ef.Bursa for'Mrs. Burns at the .. .. Titusville from 9:43 to 10:43 a.mtomoirow ,, u? of Dtckinjon: supporters

subscribed when announced last where George a sealer in high will officially open headquarters community roo'Iof Citizens CONGRATULATIONS Rotary President Dick Simonet fron, throughout: the county ua

year. school They plan to move toT in Titusville. Cocoa Bank, Refreshment will be served (left) congratulate Ray Winstead following announce.. Dickinson will bo ot the com hug motorcade U being mad.

J J Parrish Jr Is chairman of itul lI1e at the end of the school Cocoa Reach, Eau CaHl and and all local women are invited ment that thi b't.'r had bean elected new club presi. munity room of Cltiz..'n. Bank up h, re to accompany him the

the board of the tank with Thom ltat. Melbourne on 1 his swing through!: lu. attend dent He will take since July t. (S-A Photo), during hat time and toffee and the enlir: fay" Wloatead said,



Pag 2 (florid.) Star Advocate Friday, March 27, 1964 Pink Lady Schedul

r...- 'round town : Jess The Parrish Pink Lady Memorial Schedule Hospita l

I follow week of: March 29 April 4, is ,;

/ Neroa And NoEeeof carton March
Phone 2674394 wltk Barbara Sunday 29 Morning
North Brapard L. Rash; afternoon; M. Doerrle

J. Skinner N. Shields; evening|
Theatrical husband and wile Catholic Woman's ,Club annual Seventh grade I cheerleaders H. Conner, M N. Cason.

teams are quite popular, in Hollywood I. Spring Fashion! Show.card party working on the project are Monday March 30 Morning j

these days and so it next Wednesday In the Golden Cheryl Winstead, co-captain, L. Jones, L. Willis; afternoonJ.

seems in Titusville also. Room of the Ramada Inn. Db.Ho: White, Betsy Nartowicz Ryan, G. Williams; eveningJ. :'

-- Jan and Ron/ Kilgore co.direct Jackie will model Spring and Kathy Adams, Sarah Kahn, Phelps, R. Williams, C WillIams -

Good Shepherd ed "Janus" recently and ere Summer faihbns, including captain Jeanne Crager and P. Wilson.

Howe-Starrick currently working together in beach and formal wear, from Kathy Johnson. Cheerleaders
L.W.M.L. Hears Titusville Little Theatre's forth- numerous dress shops in the from the eighth grade are Peggy Tuesday March 31 Morning:

;.,. ,. i Mrs Simpson corning production" "The King Cocoa Beach area. Her dark Rorvick. Debbie Gallion, co- F. Young, L. Pettit F. Tuten;|
Wedding I i b and 'I." blonde hair and sparkling green captain Eloise Bourquin, Amy afternoon: F. Thompson, 1\1.;

I t ,jJit I Mrs. John Simpson related..interesting Jan: Is playing the lead as Ann eyea are sure to enhance the Kahn Ronnie Richards, Sharyn Krasu; evening: P. Filer B.

i L I facts about some of the an English school teacher tired colorful new Spring fashions. Kellar and Lynn Cameron Mathison. .
II countries in which she and Wednesday, April 1 MorningE.
brr .
April 18 I by the King of .Siam to teach This will be Jackie's first "big Ninth grade cheerleaders selling
I II family have lived to the ladies-,of Bamforth, L. Estrada; afternoon -
bin 74 children, and Ron ii directing McClure,
in tickets Linda
I i show" since she first enrolled are
I the Good Shepherd Lutheran Wo : V. Gass, L. Browning: evening
Mr. and Mrs. Alton R Howe the popular musical. Sheila Pat Lynn
II I men's Missionary League at thflir the Charms Unlimited Modeling Finley Tupper. : E. Chaudoin Toward .1 i
8849 Delaware Ave., announce March meeting. They each became interestedin School aCocoa Beach seven Dougherty, Caroline Taylor Wilson, P. Wilson.
the engagement and approaching J theatre work early in life; months ago. She attends classesfor Linda Comparato and Debbie

marriage of their daughter, ., Mrs. Simpson told of women in Jan In. grammar school and Ron two hours each Monday and Rice. Thursday, April 2 Morning

Rosalie Teresa, to'Lee Roy Morocco who have to follow behind in high school. Ran/ worked in has worked on/ television/ and B. Jones, G. Bray; afternoon: Z

Starrick, son of Earl D. Star. ;Li Ii I their husbands and of melts many shows in high school and with professionals in many var.led Two members of the Parkway Cutter, J. Roberts, J. Tolls; eve

rick, 126 Smoky Lane. i served "community" style from1! a has studied various musical instruments fields important to the modeling Future Homemakers of America ping: A. Webster, J. Goodwin.

taX I center bowl of platter from whtth (he plays the drums profession. Jackie will grad Club will be traveling to Clear. Friday, April 3 Morning: V

The wedding will take place the food is taken with the fingers and bass viol)), dancing singing uate from the School next month Water on April 9, 10 and 11 for Shuler, I. Oesterrelcher; afternoon
April 18 at the First Methodist no silverware. A I end 1 dramatics. : M. Salter W Whalen; evening .
and with flying colors we're Convention.
the State
F.HA. ,
Church of Titusville with Rev t J. Hughes, J. Moore, B
Jn His career in the theatre :
described .
situations by
She ) They will be accompanied
E W. Norman
officiating. I f are' ,Hinds
t world ranged from working in sure.While
Pakistan where childless wom, n chatting with Jackie, Mrs. Pat Gipson, home economics
Friends and relatives of the i .
f't vaudeville to being disc Jockeyon Saturday, April 4 AfternoonN.
sometimes rent a child from another teacher at the school and a sponsor
couple are invited to attend the we learned she was born In Berlin -
f' radio. He Shields evening C. ,
t ,, family and then deliberately once woked as a ; : Young
4 4 t 7 for the F.H.A.
7:00: p.m. ceremony.Republican 0 'I> lighting technician for 20th Cen and served as president for L. Rash, C. Munro.
starve it to
t ry tf J % so as 'n the German Youth Activities, an Eileen. Marks and Betty Ed.
WomenTo r !o! .. : 1 1r begging purposes. Jan attended high school in organization for young people' munds have'been'', working on

) :-'," .. j Life In Turkey is fairly modern Los Angeles County California formed by the American troops their Junior, Degree in F.HA. ENVELOPES Business Sizes -

Attend StateConvention r t +NY i3 td and it was interesting where she played in such playsas after the war. She recently 'and were selected for the trip because Also Kraft Envelopes, with clasp

< hear about the present-day ap "Stage Door;" "Overtcnei,!' joined the Miniature First Night- they have the highest for mailing. Full stock at Star-
.' "J' pearance of the places in the Theonix Too Frequent" and ers theatre) for young people'and : number of points in the club. Advocate.

Mrs. Glen Richmond, president 1'1> ",-_ 4 Holy Land where Christ was born "I'm A Fool." She was co-- will work with other adult mem
of p and later crucified. bers to wholesome and
the North Brevard Women'sRepublican director for "Taming of tha provide
Mrs Nelson Schmidt president cultutol activities for
Club, will attend the Shicw" and placed third in a summer
biannual convention of the Flor of the Cocoa Beach Zone of the the youth of North Brevard. Her
ida Federation of Republican Wo- L.W.M.L., visited the meeting (together speech regional contest on mon first venture with the M.F.N.

men in St. Augustine: on April with Mrs. William Bradford ologues. group will be as assistant director Like To Read )
vice president, and Mrs. Out of high school Jan's en-
17th and 18th. As club president, for ono of three one-act plays
she Is a member of the board of Frank Horn, secretary.treasurer thuslam led her directly into coming up next month. Other People's Mail?

directors of the federation Mrs. of the zone. The officers invited little theatre work where she Jackie and husband, Frank,

William Burr first vice.president the members of the Good Shep played'! In "Night of January have been married five years in

of the club, was elected as delegate herd L.WML. to attend the 10" apd "Mehss My Western and have two adorable daughters WTlWWATCH
to the convention. zone's spring rally on April 18, at Miss". She also sang with the
'Grace, four and Patricia,
Redeemer Lutheran Church In Apple Valley Romanys, a choral MONDAY'S PAPER!
-' The club voted to send the twor"women Miss Rosalie T.r. to the convention at the will be Good Shepherd's representative Charles Thomas little 'gal who walked away with
S monthly meeting held at the discussion leader. top honors in the beauty contest
as a
: home of Mrs. Hulg de Deugd, Jaycee Wives Share Pot Luck Supper The young couple moved to sponsored by the IRC. Fire Department
Wednesday afternoon Other guests at the meetingwere Titusville seven years ago from last year.

: ''I Titusville Jaycee Wives sponsored chairman was assisted by the Mrs Samuel McFaddcn, of Alabama Jan began voice les LEARN EARN !
Mrs. Richmond read a list of
.. .'items taken from the Florida a Pot Luck Supper last following chairmen: Favors Detroit, Michigan: ; Mrs\ Frank sons from Jake Hannemann Plans being formulated
weekend in the Woman's Club and Decorations, Mrs. Earl Spencer Reed and Mrs. Robert Ivo. Mrs. (musical director for the King are Secretarial Courses
: Election Laws compiled by Miss for the annual Country Fair at
Building: initiate a fund raising ; Entertainment, Mrs. Step Ivo and Mr. Joseph Rufo served and 1)) two years ago and re
: Sally Warren, candidate for the The local wives hen Pantano. St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church. Speedwriting ShorthandClasses
campaign home-made donuts and coffee to newed her interest in little ,
office of Supervisor of Registration.

.. group is raising money to help Place settings featured color. the group after the meeting. theatre work just a few months Co-chairmen for this year's Now Fonnlngl
Miss Warren had used the
event Mr. and Mrs. Jim
furnish the Jaycee Club ful Easter and nut are
new placements The have three
The Reverend Arnold Claus ago. Kilgores
.._Items in a quiz at a recent meet
Munnls and Mr. and Mrs. Tol-
house on Singleton Ave. made by the Jaycee Wives. HOWELL'SBUSINESS
cups conducted the devotional 'future actors", Gayle Donna
--- ing of the Spaceport Young Re- opening bert Daniels who have scheduled .
....publicans. Mrs. James Hertzel, general Entertainment was supplied by which was an unusual written and Michiel.As .
club members and members bf the Easter Anna, Jan Is inlsls-, the first meeting for aU commit
. Members present were given quiz on Gospel very COLLEGE(
tee chairman April 9th. The
the Twirl-A-Ways dance club on
tent the his
on King's keeping
membership cards to carry at all lowns. The president Mrs. H. K.: ( Fair Is scheduled for ,May 9th
and the Kape Kanaveral) J< 1528 S. Washington 267-1161
times in order to try to Increasethe The next meeting will be heldon promise that she should have,
A surprise Spring Fashion Show Fiumbach; presided over the and, as usual, will feature a variety
club's membership. They April 22 at a place to be an- "a brick, residence adjoining thepalace"
was narrated by Mrs. Stephen business meeting. The group of booths, games and lots of
were authorized to collect the one nounced lateT.Delicious while the King (Ro
Pantano. Those modeling were reached the major decision of discontinuing "all 'round family fun".
dollar dues and give a card to dessert ot Norwegian land Marshal) Is very insistent
Mrs. James Hertzel in a fashionable the circle plan after ayear's
new members Joining. The club Is origin was served by the hostess the that(;ho never made the promise t' EASTER FLOWERS
tangerine "A" line dress; trial and returning to
in a nationwide contest on mem- following adjournment. of the This "promise" causes several Parkway Jr. High P.T.A. is s
Mrs. William Clark, showing a regular monthly meeting
I student
classic White Sheath; Miss Lei- entire group at the church. Mrs. "sparks flying" scenes betweenthe sponsoring a parent "The Finest Cost

Lane Clark (played by Bill Clark) Robert Funkhouser was ajjpoint- two as well as many tender Spring: Dance next Friday in the "
school cafetorium from 710p No More!
modeling a casual "at horrie"MU ed as the project Chairman: a and comical scenes with Anna
trying to keep her head below .m. Tickets went on sale last .
tis 7 MU; Miss Lots Lovan new office which will be responsible -
(played by James Lovan) modeled for planning: a project to be the King's Wednesday and are being dis, Flowers 01Distinction -

a wraparound dress and play carried out by the members of Jan is doing a tremendous job tributed by the school cheer r'

outfit; and Miss Petunia Pant. each meeting. in acting as well as singing in leaders under the supervision of 1 -
k ano (played by Steve Pantano) the show, just as Ron is in directing. Mrs. Joseph Ponds, Mrs. Roy :

dressed In a typical Florida sun Immediate projects of fie The opening night of Ramsey and Mrs. Robert Com- 418 S..Washington 267-2379
group were the making of palm
suit. Grand Prize winner was the production will be next Fri. parato.
crosses for Palm Sunday distribution -
"Miss Lotsa Lovan". day with other performances on --- --- --- -
a pre-Easter housecleaning '
Members of the Twirl-A-Ways April 4, S, 10 and 11 in T.t.T's
Dance Club gave, a square dance at the church and the servingof building: on Carlisle St.

a"( 4 rj demonstration skit Those ,participating and a comedy Included .Easter the light Crown morning refreshments Drive-In sunrise after Theater.serviceat the\! Lovely Jackie Nolin of 193 Take The First Steps Toward ,Easter !

: Mr. and Mrs. John Draper Decorated coffee-can contain Osceola Rd. has been selected as
Mr and Mrs. Rubin Hanson, Mr. the of the models for the
ers were displayed, and this pro-
and Mrs. Joe Campbell, *.!:. and
Shoes For and taster
Mrs. Howard Matteson, Mr. and ject will League.be assumed These by containers the Girl'iMission Spring
JWC Executive
Mrs. William Kimbell M-, and ,
will be used for flower arrange.
j Mrs. Robert Redgate, Mr. and ments to be delivered to those Board To Meet '
Mrs. Loyd Smith, Mr. and Mrs e. For All 'The Family
who are ill in the congregation. Candidates, \ for next year'sJunior
Al Bender and Mr. and Mrs. Bud
Woman's Club offices
Tompkins. --r /"
are ,Invited to attend the March '
: The Kape Kanaveral Klowny nine to donate of the kit faster
VISITS NASSAU De Ann Duff of Mims, recently returned many 30 executive Board meeting to
delighted those attending by making chen and will make the /
from a Nassau cruise aboard the completely air.
be held at the home of the Presi
conditioned S. S. Bahama Star. She lived aboard the a surprise showing draperies for the club house. '
The Door prize a dinner at dent, Mrs. Jack Larks 122 afoot "
ship, enjoyed shipboard activities, and saw Nassau with Howard Johnson's Restaurant, Thornton Ave. The meeting will l
e time for Free-Port shops swimming and night- 'l
was won by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. begin at 7:30( p.m.

clubbing. Clark. Dr. Robert B. HogueOptometrist Delegates for the Florida Federation You're Just A Step /:/

I of Woman's Clubs convention Away From Easter fA
ROCK GARDEN NURSERY'' Benefit Bake Sale' I in Jacksonville on April with Famous Name
Announces the new 13, to? Jfl/Iwl11 be chosen. All Brand Shoes From ,
3225 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY March 28 /
... TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Saturday, location of his office member are urged to attend. JJ'
1 l' .<< '
Jaycee Wives of Titusville !

C : J } I Palm Trees 1P' 12 -1 S' )laid" benefit Bake Sale at inPIRTLE FOR PRIVATE PART- BEHR'SSHOE .

Pirtle Plaza on Saturday, March PLAZA IES AT' WHISPERING WE
I r, : Price Inclides: fflrt Ctl C 23 All of baked foods and TltusvlIU, Fla. rtfB7 .
Sotting I out ? $,12 types CENTER ; .
1::" candy will be sold Mrs. Stephen Office Hours Phone HILLS COUNTRY SELL
New Shipment All Types Plants! Pantano is chairman of the 9.00-4:00: : AM 7-U15 : CLUB-AM 7-6221 s's, '

Peat Pots Flowers Plants Ever money raising project 1-- FOR
greens Trees Vines -, Landscape Mrs. Earl. Spencer announces '
Phone 247-JW that vacuum packed candy will LESS!
also be on' sale for H l per can. Say "Happy Easter" With o ." '

The Bake Sale is the second ,

money raising project for the FLOWERS Discount Prices Famous Brands
Wives this The ,
Pot Plants Lilies group is raising money to help ,

furnish the kitchen for the new '
For The
Jaycee Club House on Singleton : Choose From Greatest Stock Of

j Azaleas, Mums, Tulips, Ave. The wives are plan- For The Home


m ferdenias-Corsages INN Quality Footwear In North BrevardBEHR'S

PliA\ ALL BEAUTIFXJLLY Makes It Possible to CORSAGES $2.00 and up
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Flowers Fran SUNDAY -: 1:00: p.m. t. t ,.m. We Wire "GM17.469SMAM
by CtoMd Mondays bOS .DtJCIC. HWY.tsc-T.noI'244q,. 340 S. Washington Avenue'\ TUusville 267-2824
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Much V, 1W4 (Florida) St tar.Adyscab Palle y time, Mrs. Clayton' sister, a person or a thing. Color Is affected last Sunday. Joining by Parenl-Sludeni HAPPY .
Mrs. Patricia Walker and ht'r by different lights and transfer of membership were:
13-month old daughter Paul light in itself Is important for Mr. and Mrs. Richard Summe- BIRTHDAYSaturday

Indian River South Titusville HappeningsTryOut are residing with the Claytons. any color scheme. row. 364 North Coquina; Jennings Dance Tickets

Swatches of decorating mater Bryan Chapman, 1020 March 29
I New Citizen lal were passed around to the Johnson; Mr: and Mrs Wilton
; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard K members of this club and members Bushing, 70S Jana; Mrs. Vesta Sale C. W. Garble
Schedule Has Been SetEd Barding, 363 Coleridge Ave., an divided into three different Reynold. 120 Darden Ave.; Mrs. P. F. Lyons

the parents ef a baby boy, Timothy groups Each group had to Mm Maryland White, 210 Keats; from Parkway Mrs. George M. Gable
James, born at 10:11: am plan a color scheme for a whole Bob Witherspoon and Joyce Cheerleaders
Ed Mills, baseball players' Tuesday at the Jess Farrist room. Wllhrrspoon. 730 Edgevvood Rd., Junior High's 7th, 8th and 9th Sunday, March 29 t

agent, reports that as a result of t Memorial Hospital, Timothy The next meeting will be heldon Mrs. R. W. Draudy, 1140 Thoreau grades to the will Parent-Student be selling tickets Danceto to. Jack Boyd
his meeting with the varlou a eleven Ave. R. L. Frye, 1180 day
six pounds, toa ;
weighed April 28th and in addition be held April 3 in the school Harold Patterson
managers of teams, the following Thomas Ave.; Mrs Lester Badger
ounce!! at scheduled program, a demonstration cafetorium. Sarah Trances Crawford
schedule has been agree d Q Ff He, i is the second son of the: on making yeast bread 1004 Barclay Drive, Port The Cheerleaders will be at Graham Lyeily

upon: +i s.d Barding funnily. Keith, aged 2, with frllthe members mixing and St. Johns; Mr and Mrs. Richard Citizens Bank, First National Eula J. Salisbury
Starting Monday, at 4:30 p.m.at is anxiously awaiting his baby kneading their own dough during Trombla, 472 Camel Circle, Port Bank, Big Apple Shopping Center -

the Little League Ball Fieldsenior .d brother's arrival home. Grandparents !. the demonstration. Further St. Johns Pirtle Plaza, and Indian Monday March 30

league tryoutswill be- efKell lr1 are Mr. and Mrs. Jame: details nn this project: will ba Mr. and Mrs. James. Settle, River City Plaza Price of the
gin. The players will be (give W Strickland. Buffalo Road announced later. 1105 Hardy Street. Two Infants tickets will be :SOc for parents Henry Morgan'
colored cards to wear on their I Titusville, and Mr. and Mrs L were dedicated In Holy and students. William E. Barnhart

backs and chests with number J, Barding, 523 Magnolia Ave Scout: News Baptism: Matthew John Trom The dance is sponsored by Athena Karantmos

for manager identifies!ior Timothy's greal-grand-parentl! Troop 310, Eoy Scouts met at bla, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Parkway PTA, which urges all Mrs. Ray JonesMarth'a
These!! tryouts will last for 2 h' are Mr. and Mrs. Otis Flynn, 316( the Civic Center Tuesday. The Richard Trombla and Randy parents of Parkway students to J. Luther

hours a day for four consecutive Maple Place. Meeting was opened by the Settle son of Mr. and Mrs. join their children in his 'am.. Nancy Cay White
days. The age groups are 13.15.! David James Settle. ily-Planned Activity. A closer're-( Don Zimmerman
Rebel Patrol, led by '
On Monday, April 6lh, the Work Party Champion and troop scribe lationship can be enjoyed be. Deborah Wicker
players' auction will be held for The work party scheduled fllr)i Ltldie: Armbruster. Bible Study and Fellowship tween a parent and! teenager by
determining team roster result! in school activities
evening at the LitiU participating
Tuesday A dtmonstratiun on realistic The Bible study on Revelations
Titusville (Florida) Star-Adrocate
These results will be publish das PTA by buying a
League Ball Park in this city Support your
h eROPEMAKERS- first aid was given' by the Titan Will be held next
soon as possible. had a good turn out and accomplished Patrol; Chuck Davis, Steve evening, at 8 pm. at the James ticket and attending the dance. Jrot.blloh.d: IIIIM'Pubillhed

Beginning Monday, April 6th, a lot of useful vui k. Hopkins, Glenn Young, Randy Htllis Home, 293 Key Largo(

major league\: try-outs will begin Present were: Tom Walker, EC. Mann, Robert Preston, Charles drive This Bible Study is being Card Of ThanksWe OllWedn..d./ ..,.Monday*. md!ylly
al 4:30: p.m. at the Little Lea Mills. Max Young, Jack Malt! Tltuivllli HtarAdvoctt.
Wnpnvr and Wesley Teel Theirarmonslraticn conducted by Rev wish to thank all the people ., ., Inn
gun Ball Field] for 2'/4 hour sea. -- Four of the Scouts from Troop 310, in, Charlie Sullivan, Bob Kogp' covered blisters Male of the Orthodox Presbyterian who sent flowers, cards, and food Z"2: '" r: At Tbt at.r-Adracel.e .
sicns. This will for AI Sharek Rube Hanson, l : BuildingS5
Indian River City, who recently went to Cocoa to demon- : and sliock. Church of Ocoee. during the passing of our !Mother "' Main: DirectTltuivllle.
four consecutive days. The age strate rope making for the Scout Exposition are (left to ie 'Clifford Ken Wemhold, Gk'r The J.Bird Patrol led by David There has been Interestin and sister. 1rON an1lO: PI*.
for this event will be 912.On Young, Kenny Walker, Jim
group and David Webber demonstrated first the meetings held every other
right) Roy Balott, Ed Freeman, Cecil Reynolds The Family of Mrs. Mrarniaoylaridr ;
April'13th the Eddie Young, Jody(
Monday, Webber. Not pictured, but who helped at the Expositionwere Hooks, aid for broken bones. This was Thursday evening and anyone Millie Kittles Aneetatss
major league players' auction Young, Mike Young, Pryce Mar made real of chick interested in studying with this
Steve Webber, Gene! Gray, Glenn Snyder and Steve very by use Henry M Hudson Pm,
will be held and the team result; cum, Cl>'da Stephens, Wllliatv en bones wax and food coloring. group may receive more information lighting, Molly Hodges led in the Mr. Hi l 8 Hudson, V-P.
will be Hopkins. Bas Bill and Bill Olmah for missionaries Robert II. Hudson 8"" ,-Tre...
published as soon as pos Perry The boys were advised by by calling 287-7659 or special prayer

fible. beautifully decorated in Easter bird from Indian River City the! Scoutmaster, Glen Archer: 2672605. There were eleven: Carolyn McAllister gave a Mftcond-CI.yule. Florida po.lae. paid. at Tltue.-
Minor league try-outs will bei motif. came in first at 107092 yards H. D. Meeting not to try the realistic first-aia present at the last study. book review! en "White Witch A..I.t'.a
:01011..1 1I1.lal
gin on Monday, April 13, at the< per minute; Bill Ouellelte's bird The Indian River City Horn on their parents: Between 5 p.m and 6 p.m. Doctor. Mrs. Deloei :
i Little Field 4.3'p (' Demonstration Club met Tues' Surrency then led the girls In Henry H. Hud.".. Publl.h.r
I League Ball at : From N. J. from Titusville come in second The 13 older boys ((14 and in the Rev. Male had singing and a Kob.rt H. HucUon. Editor
,m. for four consecutive days at 1070.40 y.pm.; third place day in the Civic: Center host t 9th grade; or older) met in another Bible story for the children.. the study of the 3rd and 4th navld Dunn. Adv.rtl+ln. Mgr aWllit.m
Mr. and Mrs George J. Arm. of the Y.W.A. Manual, O. Lyerly, Circulation Mfr.DubMrlptlon .
The age group for this even went to John Johnson of Merritt essess were Mrs. Diantha PirtU room( for the purpose of Present at the meeting were Chapters
will be boys reaching 9 years of bruster and their two children: Island, whose bird was clockedat and Mrs. Irene Boshoff, whc() organizing a Senior Patrol or Ex- Mary Kenyon, Timmy Syverson, Helen Riddle closed the meeting Rate.

I age by August 1. Any boy not' Allen and Virginia', visited with 1040.49 y.p.m., while Jerry served coffee, tea, cookies, and ploier's foil They will continue Terry Syverson, Lori and Joy with prayer. 11. Carrl.r. In North 51revard1Yrt7as
having been chosen fond major Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Arm. Pillus Ji' bird from Cocoa came blueberry coffee-cake. A centerpiece to meet on Tuesday eveningsbut Brady, Pam Shire, Bridget Anderson Others present: Sherry Bla eMa$4.00 aMa52.00

league team ,age 9 to 12) will be bruster, 118 Park Lane. Mr. and fourth at 944.14 y.p.m. and on the buffet table was ir will be separate from theyounger Lisa and Doll Morgan, lock, Donna Thomas, Margie try. .Mall In Florida.
Mo 52.00
Mrs George Armbruster are Bertha Swame,. Tr $ .SU Mo. S3.80 a
i the shape of a nest with Dana Bishop, Mandy and Robin( Spears, Mrs.
I eligible for these try-outs. Mon from Cherry Hill, New Jersey Jerry Pillus Sr. also from Cocoa, boys. d.'FloridaY.
counselor and Mrs Delores Sur. Out.+
1 day, April 20th, the players and they are going on a tour of was next with his bird making decorated eggs Samples of HIP troop would like to express I Hillis, Patty Mar si a no and Rob Mw-tMn./e1.1. fMn t7 !III...
1 auction will be held and the< Florida. iL in 1)34) .92 y.p.m Ken Frey Florida homemade jam or "thanks" to( all who gave in, Mark and Beth Coates. The rency, YWA Director. .- ..
team rosters will be published tells IJs' that the Mid Florida crackers were distributed to the articles to the Goodwill Industries chldrens'!' meeting Is held: at tho I ---

L Any boy desiring to register at' From Ira Combine released 354 birds fur members by Irene: Boshoff. tit Orlando last Saturday. home of Mr. and Mrs. David I

this time may still do so up to Mr. and Mrs. Homer lie Idler this race. Members present were: Dor' This is *n annual Good Turn the Coats, 270 Key Madeira Drive. Brevard Lumber Company

the day of his respective age from Newport News, Va., have toby Condes, Ethel Atkinson, Scouts elo for the handicapped
group try.outs. just spent a week with their son Meeting Of Managers Eva Bobo, Mary Boggs, Irene people of Central Florida, Cloth Y.W.A. News. READY-MIXED-.IN. -TRANSIT CONCRETE

Any boy who does not attend and daughter.in.law Mr. and Tom Walker of IKC's Little Boshoff) Eulah Breedlove, Mary es and other articles were given. The Mary Reeder Young Wo- f Building Material It Lumber A Paint Q Hardware

to per cent of the tryouts is not Mrs. Homer F. HehHer, 375 Dickens League, says he will hold a Burns, Pat Canzano, Jennie Scouts who helped collect man's Auxiliary met at the WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSESLet

eligible! for players' auction Avenue. The Senior Heidlers meeting of managers at 6 to Gentile, Marie Gilliam, Muriel. were: Roy Malott\ Roger Archer, Central Baptist Church Tuesday! Us Give You An Estimate -
This means that boys not chosen are retiring to live in Sun City. night at the Little League BallPark Graham, Katherine He 11 pen Phil Elmore, Bill Northcutt, evening. The girls answeredthe Prompt D.llr ry Phone AM 7.3831

through play rs' auction, if they; stell, Doris Hoover, Lillian Kar Chris Kraft, Russess Kraft, Ray roll by saying the Y.W.A.
eventually make a team, will not From W. Va. All managers are urged to at berg, Mary Slab/. Nothing Eddie Armbruster, watchword (Daniel 12.3): ). Becky
be permanent members of that Visitors at the home of Miss tend. Two managers 'still are Anita Smith, Fay Stearns,, Stanton Candy, Charles Wocr- Adams led in the opening pray. -
Ruth Newman, Pine Street, re Florence Strom, Eunice Thomas,, ) Offset
team. needed for two of the League's ncr, and 'John Candy er. Sherry Blalock presided Letterpress
cently were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph teams and 'more' coachesare M.ldred: ; Watson, Mildred Welly,,, Adults who helped were Rick over the business meeting, in ,
Eooten'and Lee from Huntington, Diantha Pirtle, Irene Harrell,,, Webber Glen which Mrs. Delores Surrencygave r P1
Kids Dtf Circus required. Anyone who Barrrtt, Robert rn'r: ri 1; 11f\!
.L. Final plans are being made W. Va. :. would like to fill these positions Sue Humphries, Mina Wager. Archer, Mrs, Northcutt and Mrs a report on the State ,.. _!_ __ !.

."ready for the "Kids'Day Circus: TVStt.llii; )-B:iecll': should Contact '2670981 or 267- and Eunice Bridges.. Kraft. Glen Archer, Scoutmaster Y.WA.: Convention. This con
Guests were Stella Parker, Pat announced that Insurancefor vention will be held at Stetson
at the Indian River Plaza ot and Mrs Donald Home of 7360. Co. Inc.
Monday.: This show, sponsoredby Whispering Mr. Pines Trailer Park, -- Parker, Kathy Larson, Mrs. the boys was due by April University in DeLand, April 17 Busy B's Printing ,
Russell Hovichins Ethel Gibson
1. It is $1. which thru 19. The girls were also
the Coquina Elementary spent the last week.end at Satellite Trip To Maitland and Verntle Vaughn. per year to J\K'M( TNIo"! .... a. arise Slisi: IIIII.IMMI
to give their offering
covers them for all injuries they urged
School P. T. A. will be present Beach, with Mrs. Home's Mr: and Mrs. Clancy L. Tripp Reports were submitted by receive attending Scout meetings the Annie Armstrong Mission PHONE 267-4186 P, O. BOX 1176
ed from 3 to 9 p.m. Thnllm; Mother and sister. and children Terri and Brad, Mrs. Pat Canzuno on the several Offering Tiri"viu.K 'y
high acts by aerialists and] many 113 N. Sun Rd., drove to Mait Plaster Molding Workshops that or They are the BEN TOOTS, ED AND SUE BENZENHAFER
urged to bring it to the meeting Molly Hodges presented '
performing animal acts art Victim Of BurnsBarry land last Sunday. They had held. She commentedthat Pick-Up Delivery Service
were next week. The losing ceremony prayer Calendar Margie Spears!
planned as free entertainment Miner is recuperating dinner with Mr. and Mrs.\ Raymond successfulthat
these were so
was by the Wolverine lighted the 1st candle; Becky)!
for all.There. at his home from some burnshe Lienard. another( one was projected.She Patrol, led Ly Joe Kyle. Adams the 2nd; Ellen Oliver the
added attrac received several week Later in the day the Tripps
will be an ago. aha announced that a 3rd; Glindj: Hcflin the 4th;
tion for the children in th His lends sad all the Scouts spent some time with Clancy's the -
Painting Workshop to paint .7
Pastor of the Indian River Sandy George the 5th, and
mechanical and animal rides. wish him speedy father and mother, Mr. and :
a recovery.
plaques and other plaster articles .
City Methodist Church, Rev Thomas the 6th candle.: 1 .
Many of the booths will be Mrs. James B. Tiipp In Orlando. would be soon i .. T'
Robert Waddtll, received 17 Each candle represented o
operated by the P. T, A. memo To Edg watar. They abc enjoyed a visit with Mrs. Muriel Graham reported/ new members In Church different missionary,. After the PICK ANY
bers. These should provide I Some of the boys from Troop Clancy's aunt Miss Julio Vaughn on the program planning meetIng .
wide variety of food and entertainment 310 rode on their scooters to who: Is down from New held at Cocoa recently for I +vP
for the children and Edjewuter recently to visit with Bedford, Mass. next Year's-Year-Book of this

parents< alike' Marvin Clark, a frmer'resident.( Club. The major subjects fdf .COLOJ']
Proceeds from theyaffair will! Harvin will be remembered forMs NewcomersNewcomers the ensuing year would be clothIng a PAINT

go toward the purchase ol fine ball-playing at Parkway.Jr. to this area are construction, caring and

blackout blinds for the class- High School.To Mr. and Mrs.\ Claude Claytonand storing .

rooms. These aid the visual programs ol Falrglsn into their home at 312 Delespine health. She also reportedon .
the school as well as provide! Mr. and Mrs. Burl Ferguson Avenue The Claytons are the shoe covering Demonstration .-

protection from the afternoonsun. and airily, who" lived at 24 from Sabina,, Ohio. at Belk-Llndsey's store 'YOU SHOP ROBERT'S iiLn--I If
This has been a. severe Brevord St., have moved( into They moved to Florida about Concluding the reports, the
problem for these classrooms on their new home !in Fairglen sub. two months ago and lived on program for this meeting was f n WE'LL' MATCH

double sessions.: division. Roosevelt Ave., until they could presented by Mrs, Florence 1 .
find a larger house. The Clay Strom on "Color in the Home." I
Grounds "Off Limits" Pigeon Racing tv'!.' have four children: Sharon, Mrs. Slaby who assisted Mn. WE RENT ROTO-TILLERS MOWERS L L. !r : '' L IT WHILE YOU

Parents are reminded that the Last Sunday! birds from the 12; Portia, 8, and Timothy 6, Strum, showed the mixing and SPREADERS ROLLERS ETC. p '.

school buildings and grounds of Mid Florida Combine of the Rac- Brenda, 6 months, Claude is a shading of the three basic colors, -. WATCH. .
Coquina Elementary School are ing Pigeon Association stageda Mason and is employed by William Chapters of the Y..A. Manual.

"off-limits" to children after 200 mile race from Waycross, Ei'crman & Son, a con red, blue ;end: yellow, She also ; ON OUR. NEW
school hours and on weekends.The Ca., to home lofts. Ken Frey's struction firm. At the present mentioned how color can flatter

use of the hard-top play area I lertiJ.IfJORIGINAL SHERWINWILLIAMSCOLORMETER,
as a race-way for bicycles and
go-carts must be stopped. Bicycles
riding on corridors of the
school create a hazard. Families
1 I of Children damaging the build- GRO TONE PELLET

ing grounds: after hours are held Sherwin'Williams Colormeter makes any

responsible for damages. ALSO paint color your heart desires-in minutes.

Teacher Workshop 6.6.8 IN 25% 30% 50%} 100% ORGANIC Use this unique color meter service for all

Maurice Stiles, consultant for fliiI ICa your paint needs and be sure of perfect
Ed. Projection Corporation, conducted EVERY FO t t1ER color match.
a teacher workshop at Co- (

quina Elementary School Wednesday I GAR D
demonstrator I the filmstrip GREG n'nfl
1 J method of teaching reading ,, njv
The Stage I class of Miss Carol I $1Ti1lifliDEMOCRATIC : ;

Thweatt was used in the demon. ROSE BUSHES. . . . 2.50 up
stration. The fIlmstrip Is an Important .
audio-visual aid used in
the elementary school. It can bused

for Introduction of material, I CENTIPEDE '. SODMASTER
additional information or follow

Welcome to Teacher CANDIDATE _
Rich at Coquina Elementary .
Peggy ..
School welcomed her back 11',,z, CHECK YOURS NOW!
last Wednesday after her absencefor 'J Williams PaintsBREVARD

weeks because of Illness.
two .
Easter Activities (Pot. Adv. Pd. for'by.EdKittles) ROBERTS GROWERS SUPPLYNEXT PAINT & DECORATING

Easter parties were held the AM 7-73J4
last hour of the School day Wednesday TO SEARS AM 7.0321WE DELIVER

I at Coquina Elementary I
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Easter; Sunrise Service Planned I Is

There vill be a Easter Sun. Mrs E. A Dnff and Mrs. Lyle Hammrick was tile lucky one,
f i L i"o S T
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Rise S6rvice oh Sunday at 6.30it : Duff v"ere co-hostess at a supper winning in Easter bask t.

. m. In the Methodist Church and everfng 6f visiting recently' They played pin the tail on

Sanctuary, under the tupervls athe\ home of Mrs. Lyle Duff, the rabbit and Gayle Wagner HAM

ion of the friendship Class Lyle in honor 6f Mr and Mrs HarveInekhcn wm *". Ea.!er story book. The

Duff will bring the m ssage. of Qeine, Indiana, who children were Equally excited

Special music will be presented have been visiting Mrs Inichen' about the new colt the Myeriliave1

by the Junior find Senicf Choirs sister and brother.inKiw Earter decorated cup STEAK

Everyone I is invited to attend l Mr and Mrs E A. Duff, cakes and punch was served to

the service and breakfast that and Mr. and Mrs Elmo Godseyof Gayle Wagner, Robin and Sandy

follows the service, in the Educational Alpcna Michigan, who spent Hamnirick. Andrea Boatwright, :
Building. the winter with Mr and Mrs. Randy Cow ttr Chris Feafan.

Ernie Harris Julia Nailv Shelly Pennington, SSe

Clait Me.tma Other! guests were, Mr. and Lynn Reevei. Patti Roddell DIana

Mrs George Crowell and Mr Carpenter' Susan Lashley.
The class of Intermediate
year-old and MM. Runs Shi/ley of Spring Sliorna! Anderson, Kim, Carter
girli, had their regular With French FrUs.LAtfacft .
and David .
field, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs Bill MyersGibson
meeting in the home of Kathy
Doff, Mr and Mrs Bill King, &: Tomato
Shealy on Thursday afternoon.
Mr. E. A Duff, Lyle Duff, De
Manljn McLondon class president and Buttered Roll.PlrtU .
presided over the business Ann Duff who Is attending Fla. Band "DRIVE" FOR CANCER =- Mrs Betty Leutwyler, North Brevard chairman and

meeting, at which they elected Southern College and her friend, Armistead, Brevard County Cancer Crusade president of XI Delta MU Chapter of Beta .
Mark Gocliel.Mr Chairman automobile Sigma Phi Dr. David Kovacs and Jim -
officers for the coming three
Receives Rating stickers and other for the Maltbic, Governor of Titusville's Moose

months: President Kathy Shealy, and Mrs. Lyle Duff entertained April Cancer Crusade \g a recent Lodge. Moose Lodge members will be covering W'.T.'GRA.1'lT, ,co:.
President McLend-
Marilyn at a dinner last week meeting at Citizens Bank. '-orh left are the business district for the cra- .

on, Secretary Sherry Mills Hendrix, Assistant Rev. and Mrs. Clark Langford Of Excellent Mrs. Armistead, Virgil Sch nck, County sade. Carl on Photo Plaza TItusvilla
Sec. Kay ,
and ton. Jody, from Gainsville Crusade vice-chairman ; rtrs. Oneta
Treasurer Dean Social
Patsy ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harve Intichen Entering into its new classification
Director Wendy Watson
Mr. and Mrs. Harris and Mr of CC and "Serving aa Dance Wednesday Ton I Honor Bob Tindall
After the meeting adjourned and Mr?, Bill Duff. host for the llth Annual Band 661 l Acquainted

the group played games and enJo Festival of District III, "the .\ Informal dance, In the in- terest of Bob Tindall's candidacy

jed refreshments of cold After a pleasant ten day visit local Blue Devils Band of for Sheriff, will be held atWhispering MANDISH
drinks potato chips, cookies and Andrew J. Gibson School of this Retepiion For Fish Fry Planned I
cakes. with Mr and Mrs fe A,. Duff, Country ,
cup and a trip through Cope Kennedy city earned a rating'of excellent For Bob TindallA Wednesday night, April 1.

Mr. and Mrs Harve last Saturday, Music will be provided by the PLASTICS
J. B. Walker entered Orange fnfetchea have returned to their The adjudicators graded the Kenney April 1 1A free fish fry will be held Rockmasters and there will be ,
Saturday March 28th for Bob
Memorial Hospital Tuesday for home at Berne, Indiana. band concert numbers': Superior no cover charge The pub INC.
surgerv. He is in room 6506. Excellent and Excellent. Also "get acquainted" reception Tindall, Democratic candidate lic is invited, said Mrs. Lisa
for Tom Kenney, Democr'aticcandidate for Sheriff.
Mrs Walker reports that Jimmy
Sight Reading and Marching Frase, sponsor of the dance.
Mrs David and
co- for Congress from the Rt. 46. Mlms. Fla.
Is doing just fine. were given a rating of Excellent, Roy* F sCamp/ Merritt Island
hostess Mrs. Tomrry Bevjlle llth District, will be held Wednesday 520 Causeway between l> Tllr: nit< liT COI'KT OK" Tilt:
giving the band an of :NINTH JllHiltl.
average IKfllr INAM
Miss De Ann Duff and friends entertained their Sunday School Excellent. evening! April 1, from Indian and Banana Rivers, will *OK BMtKI> tOlNTl I IUNITJoD
Class 7.9 o'clock' at the Cape MOftll> \ rilVNOKl NO 7 }
of 6 years old Primaries in Colony 5
be the site of the 3:00 ,m. fete
Mark Gockel, Margie Thomson, Mn. Mjers home Thursday Since a band must have a Inn in Cocoa Beach. of food and INd CORP MORTOAUhE, 8LRVIC-

Hiedi I Lincoln and Paula Ambrose afternoon, with an Easter egg Superior average, Stat com The former Cocoa Beach mayor Ed Redfern.music sponsored by Plaintiff I I Complete Line of Reinforced

', all attending Florida hunt Sandy and Linda Myers petition cannot be entered this will be making his first pub The public is Invited. HAROLD D. WILLIS-n- et UX. et al.Defend.nll.. I

Southern College, _will visit this and Janlre McLendon assisted >ear Dand members vowed lic appearance since he filed for > MI KT week.end with De Ann's parents by hiding the eggs The search it will mnke it next year. They the nomination and will speak f.MMI.:I >OTItHLtA4P : toRM IOHI KTO > ;
*.%l.K' : Robert Bruce
: Holleman and
Mr and Mrs. Lyle Duff of for the are proud to have received two briefly after greeting his friends The .
golden egg was a lot of ) Brevard County Board of Orla B Holleman, hla wife
,Spruce' Kills. fun for the children, and Robin I Superior ratings by soloists, and supporters. the Public hicheat Imirucilon tat beat often bid Aaed for" lala.u.! .to.. RESIUb.NCK! : K614 Alexandria.Tlpton Lane Vlrflnla I

Wanda Griffin, Oboe and Lillian The "Dutch treat" affair is a trucki, farm tractor .>. rantra. You are hereby notified that a
Finder, Bass Clarinet. several milk cam" end houie trailer with Complaint to forecloae a certainmortgage MOST COMPLETE LINE OF MOLDS IN U. S. A.
first for Not
reasons. only no under carriage or wbrela, encumbering the following
p EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT The majorettes who entered win U mark his first exposure to Three :Item* :'.rdaiJnl"Mt" dncrtbed real property to-wlt
Monday through : toTh Lot 13. Block F. Vetter Iilea
the twirling competition for the the public, but Kenney wished to : Latatea Section 2. according to BOAT HOUSES
- first time, also walked away have the initial get.together in his bua.. and houw trailer may' the plat thereof aa recorded In
If S DANCING be Inapected at Ifta Melbourne Bui Hat Book IS, pave 13J: public
with ratings of Excellent. city and in his adopted county Compound bourne, on Monroe Street la Mel recorda ida.. of Brevard County, Flor CAMP HOUSES

\ E The school wishes td thank Kenney is a native of Orlando, Trucka. tractor, rancei and milk hai been filed agalnat you In the
At 'Ihe the community and various Ser 'was educated there and married caae ho"...at. the School Supply Ware above etyfed' lult anil you are required I POOL COVERS
C Roula ,
? No 620 one mile aaat to aerve a copy of your
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE vice Organizations that made an Orlando girl: the former Miss of Cocoa. Anawer or other Pleading to tha

TITUSVILLE LODGE 'NO. 1962 the affnir a success. Peggy Gatewood, before moving I 19 BMa:00 A.mild.M. M ha nda returned,. April en f.or 19U be fora to toftinklnt ANOfcKtsON.on Plaintiff RUSH. a DEAN attorney*! : .* GREEN HOUSES
to Cocoa Beach where his father the Board o( Public Inatructlon. LOWNDK-a. K2. ra.t Central Boul-
':00 TO 1.00: NO COVER CHARGE LIVE for had business Interests +f. O Box 6. 'Tltuavllle, FtorlcU. avard Urlndo Florida, and file H'iLDREN'S
ORCHESTRA years : Bid Inatructloaa may be obtained th. orl.lnal Anlw..r or othlr Ple.d- + HOUSES
MEMBERS AND GUESTS New Art 1 Classes primarily ,In the construction In Mafnienaaca and Conatruttlon Ing In he office of the Clerk of tbe '
'Office phone number Cocoa (3672U Clreult Court en or before the 21
1 Mil* North Minn en U. S. No.1 1 Soml| Formal field. I ,Mr. Denver Uoodlnf, Dlapoaal day of April, I9t>4. If you fall to do COOK OUT COVERS
Offl.r. ao. a decree pro confeaio will be
Kenney, though the press media Tha Board, reoervea the right to taken again. *! you for the relief demanded
Begin In April in Brevard County radio and reject any and all blda, In whole or In tie Complaint. I
In part Thla Notice .hall be publlahednce WE AN PROD?CE ALMOST ANY FIBERGLASS
has Invited all of
newspapers del by Bailey a week for four connecutlve
of his friends and supporters to.be Purctta.lnf Director week In I be Tltuavtll Star-Advo BUILDING FOR ANY PURPOSE I IBRUNING
D7 popular demand Ed Stevenson Mar, 27. 3u Apr', 1 (Crl, Mon .* cate,
will conduct another ten to attend the acquainted session Wed) 1964. DATED thla 26 day of March,

Like To Read weeks session of adult art classes the first of the campaign :>;"TICK' 1964.(COl'AT REAL)
leading up to the November election NOTICE' OF ORECLOStREVALE. CLRT18 H BARVE3:
at the Titusvllle Art Center
Nolle* la hereby given that Clerk of Circuit Court
Other which is just south of the city under and pureuant to the 'terma By Bertie HallDeputy
People's Mail? and condltloni of that certain rlnal Clerk
library Deem of Foreclosure' and gale Mar 27. Apr 8, 10. 17 (Trl ) 1984IV
entered on March 28 1964 br Honorable
Stevfnson has just completed at the Art Center. from 9:00 Wm O. Akrldne Judge of the TIIK ('OINTV .11 1X1 F'M': PAINT
the first session Thi Wednesday until 1100 am, and from 130: Circuit Court of ilrevard County, tlllKF IX: ,\NI II KIK nR :V.\KI>
Florida. under a came" pending In I'I-'U.: Kl" .OKIItiIN
'rtas!*. worked on portraiture until 3:00 p.m. All persons interested Chancery In lllil Court wherein PHomTK: NO.
WATCH MONDAY'S PAPER.IT'S while the Thursday class work National Mortgage Company a IN HE: ESTATE OF _
axe asked to come early, Florida corporation, la Plaintiff and WARRF3M J. BUCHANAN.! PICNIC SPECIALLIFOAM
ed on still Hfe set ups. These Plans arc for only ten persons in tmnia' Lee Smith' a alngle pernon !I. DecranedXtTUr
Defendant, : I
being- Docket No 27783 ICurtla TO fHrlllTOKM
were provided by Stevenson each class, and they are partially R. Barnea, Clerk of aald TO ALL. PFRSOVS HAVING :
and left intact and undisturbed Court will' offer for aale and aell. atrubllo CLAIM! OR DEMANDS AGAINST
filled already with first session
aale between the hour* of SAID ESTATE: dR.THERMAL BASKET
in the Art Center. students who plan to con I ) o'clock A.M, and 3;DO clock You and each of you. are hereby
F.M. on April 16. 19KI. to the high- notified and required to file any
The next session will be similar
tinue. e>t and beat bidder for caah at the clalma. and demand which you or
to the fir it. but will add a Further I information re Ealt door of th. B.e..rd Count,. either of you may' have agalnat laid
EASTER TIME! Court Houae, Tltuivtlla Florida tha eatate In the ofrice of the Honorable
greater variety of study sub carding these classes, is avail, fallowing, I described property to-wll. I Virgil H. Conkllng County Judge of
jects He will Also Lot 1 In Black 12A. of the Amended Brevard County, Florida at hla office
: fnject a able from Ed Stevenson, or Mrs '
Map of College Park according 10' In the courthouae In Tltuavllle
couple of demonstrations ahoIectu'te' Ruth KJngman, Titusvllle Art plat recorded In Plat Hook I paga Florida, within, alx ((8)) montha from
73, public recorde of Brevard County the time of the flrll publlc.UOD of.
GIVE MOM A BREAK and illustrate perspec.- League president I Florida WITNESS my hand and official thla. notice.
aeal of aald Court at TltuivllleBrevard Each claim or demand muit ba In
tie.He County Florida thli 26th writing and contain tha place of reaclalmant -
vill\ conduct a Wednesday day of March 1004. CURTIS R, Idenc. and po It offtce addrl.. at tb.
The Titusville Star- Clerk of the Circuit and muit be to
BARNES. Court aworn by
TAKE HOME class, also a Thursday i. 'clais 1 by Bertie Hall Deputy Clerk (CIRCUIT tile claimant hla agent or attorney,
starting at 9:00 a m. and lasting 4 Advocate, )1st in circulation COURT SEAU!!: ) JOHN MINOT or tile aame aha II be, void
and the firm of 8HCPARD. IIHF.P.AItD ,.1 K.nneth V. Buch.nan
until 12 noun. I I' in No. Brevard .* MINOT. Cocoa, llorlda. Attorney Kenneth W Buchanan
for Plaintiff Admln.itratnrMar
Registration will be April 1st Mar 27 (Frt.) 1W4 27. Apr t. 10, IT (Frl.) 19 4

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TERRIERS GOING TO REL)Y$, Shown' above are the' ing in the Florida Relays at Gainesville tomorrow. Left I jump; Maury Roberts, mile: Don Toney, Ken Hadaway, Ream, broad jump; and Gene Melvin. also 880 relay man., .;

Titusville High School tracksters, who will be compet- to right, Sandy Loveless, high hurdles; Hardy Bain, high I Robert Nieman, and Clifford Cooper, 880 relay; Tom (S-A Photo).

Friday, March 27, 1M4 ntutvlIU IFendaI t Star ".."''. Pays s

3 County Star-Advocate SportsNEWS Five School Records Set As Swim

Milers To

Fla. RelaysBrevard AND VIEWS Teams Split Meets With SatelliteFive

Terriers Have Narrow school records were set the 200 yard individual: medleyand (T). Tlmel. liSa: Boys
consider 4iH-yard) reeatyle QuatafinnS
County can as the Titusville High School boys 100 yard butterfly; Kcllar In ( >, Hrhmldlltorar( 1111), Ring (TI), ( 2i)0-y) .nl n.mM I::, relay Flttman; Parker'
itself lucky to have three athletes diving. Smith in the 100 yard I..ns (ITI. Time:: 112.6.: Tim. 1II.T.
: :
(team picked their third win of
) ) breailalrok 'liraanlck.A
up 100-yard -
who can run the mile in the. 4:30's: backstroke and Rusty Itarnhill In : ( )- d freeatyle: Hepburn (T)
( ) Hill ((5) Ourdon (IT) MeCarttiyTl. tlarnhlll I { (T;), Javert (4). Tlme;
the season and the girls team .
: Time! 1:23.4.900yard :
and less.
With tho 400 yard freestyle with 5:585.: : 1:11.1.: '
Escape BulldogsWhen lost to Satellite here ( tree relay Tllu.vlllaOord"n. (0-yard freeatyla Bcnmldlkotrti
Wednesday Gustation of Satellite act a new ( Malheny, Mlley and Morton. .
These three rollers will all Dillon (ITI.) Parker (TI.) Time(
afternoon ) Time: 2:10.3.Nationals:
in a duel swimmingmeet. pool record for girls: with 5:52.5: 28.1.

1 meet at one time tomorrow in Coach Don Godwin pre while Eustis ran a close third lead over DeLand and Eustis at in the 400-yard freestyle event. .ram ano-yard(TI), Individual McKenale medley(181.) Ruaaell. In-.

Gainesville; during the Florida dicted early this week, the Ter with 48 points during a triangularmeet the end of the first six events, Meet summary: Will (ai.) Tlmel, 9:41.1.Divln : .
Relays along with the best track Meg King broke two school records Girls'2iKyarit (IT), Gunter" (al,
tiers would have a battle on their in DeLand Wednesday however, Eustis tightened up and Practice Saturday Mark (hK.lI.r
*, men in the state Athletes from hand with DeLand, he'wasn't afternoon in what undoubetedly, nearly put the Bulldogs out of the with time of 3:48.6: In the ) medley relay TltiinvlllR ino-y.rd butterfly Intrant the top colleges, junior colleges fooling. will be the closest track meet of running, until they were blankedIn 200-yard freestyle and 5:56.5: In (Miller, McCarthy, Mllcy and Morton Titusville Nationals aeml-professional Austin (TI.) McKen. < (Ilfl, PorUr' ,
). Time: 2StII.2f1O.yad : ((8)) Time: 1:1J.:
and schools in the
Southeast The Titusville High track team, the season e the sprint medley relay and the 400-yard freestyle, and Donna frreityla Brannlrk .Iff). baseball team will practice 100-yard treeayle( Scnmldlkoie* I:
will compete. squeezed past DeLand 66 to 6SAdventure Titusville took a 24Vi -11-15 shot put. Carlson set another mark in the Ou.t.f.on., (I'll. (.leg (TI) MelclrumT Saturday afternoon at Tltuayille ((8)OO4.), Cran. (T), dablk ((8)) Tlnvy ,r
( ) Time 2.93.0.I51"yard
the toughest meet : .
Undoubtedly Titusville's 50 freeityle, Koerner (I"). High School, according to -yard backatroka Smith (IT), I I1Iucb.nao
One of problemswas -yard freestyle with 309. Margaret
until the state the Florida Simmons ((8) Time; ''I
contest MrKenalej)I. Hoyd (TI) Time: 3'47. manager Roy Schoolficld. (IT)
Belays will be held on the light at the visible miles. depth in all positions or : Miller swam a 1:26.5: to get Mvlna Crannell. (TI.) Blndall iTl.HMIyartl 'SoV-'yard: Barnhlll (IT ,
1 butterfly Carlaon Tl.( Practice will begin at 4 freestyle ) ,
; University of Florida oval today One white 20 point light, visible boys to win the second third or another record In the 100-yard McKrnalai (Ml' Ruaaell ((4)) MII.yIT. p.m. Jo': ) Iln :((8). Tlma.: Ruu0yad : :;
3 miles .. also said he has his ,,. breanletroke ellIS
near amidships at the fourth Instead, Titusvillewon ( Time: l-.m.t.: Schoqlfield .
and Saturday.The backstroke. ( ). Mark (T>. Terfuaon (IT) Tim*
highest point possible and a combination 6 first places while DeLandwon SrhmMlkofer 100-yard, ) rnwatyl 11'11.' ) Morton- Caney ITI), Luna((81, tint practice game of the tea- JJ3.1.: : }.
three unexhaustable athletes Red-Green 20 point light The TI.) 8 with 100-yard free style relay "'"""ICummin.
only four. But, the Bulldogsput only new pool record set ( Tlm.1:122\ : son scheduled for April .., liurch and BtalTIm.I
-yard backatrnke Koerner ((8)! ( Carey
Maury Roberts of Titus;; visible 1 mile' located at the bow together a total of 17 In see- for the boys was made by Keith Miller (ITI, Kuiaell (MI.) M.ltlrum the Orlando Fliers. li)2.:) \

yule Sid Merchant of Melbourne By Capt. David A. AllenFlorida of the boat. on, third and fourth places. Smith in the 100-yard backstroke \
v and Bruner of cocoa have neye Option II .1s the same however Terrier Tom Ream Dean Lotz 1
: Boating! Law Lights instead combination with 1:15,8: time.
met at one time, however, Brun. of a light at and Hardy Bain took three of five
er has defeated both Merchant requirements; Basic -Every the bow you may use separate field events. Picking up first places for) : 1 '
and Roberts In separate contests. vesel 'shall, between sunset and sidelights, Port and Starboard 10 TI-I 1 S I -
tusville the 200 4
were yard
Loveless of Titusville
sunrise, lighting devise Sandy
carry a visible
Bruner'a best time has been points, one mile.
around 4:30: while Roberts 'has' capable of. shinidg a white- light: Other rules and regulationsare won the 120 high hurdles with a ley Relay team with .wlm
all around the horizon, visible at : have your boat registration 16,4 time and Maury Roberta ran Robertson, Mark Pittman and

ben For running other a competition 4:32: average., Coach a* distance of at least one mile aboard at all times! Law enforce- a sluggish 4:41.2: mile, his slowestof Parker; Marc Hepburn In the 1 I' L LOUR' I

t* and shall display this light In sufficient -. .ment officers are not prone to the year despite winning the 200-yard freestyle; Jim Ingram In C..
Don is taking his 880 -
relay time to void'collision with excuses and the registration Is event. The Terrier sprint med
high team hurdler., a broad jumper, and a another boat. This pertains to one of the first things they look ley team took first with a 2:07.25:

boats of any size with or without for. Also remember the numberson with Ken Hadaway, Gene Melvin

Tom Ream a senior will enter power and or sail! There are (two the boat itself have to be prop and Clifford Cooper and Robert HONDA"World's

the broad jump and Sandy Love I sets of 'rules applying to all type erly spaced with letters spaced Nieman carrying the batons. DO ALL THIS WORK >11
less, Junior, .will compete in the I i power poats,' referred to as In from the numbers at least the Meet Summary: >

high hurdles. land'rulel' and International width of a letter. Now's the time 120 yard high hurdlea I.oveleie No. I Cycle"
mleai; Tower boats under 26' (IT), Pruitt 110:1.:) Wlenand (TI), Co*
to take of this if
"I'm taking a group of hard- care problem, (DI.) Tim.i. If... 4 Cycle No Oil Mix: 1. Align Both Front Wheels I'
nosed boys on the 880 relay team must an all around white it exists on your.boat. When buy 100 yard daHh Rymer IDI), Radw.y III
Godwin said. "They'll run until light, visible two miles at or near log a boat which Is already numbered (IT). Melvin (T) end More- "Q" ; :
head (11:1( : tied. Tlm.i. 50.4.Mile = 2. Balance Front Wheels
the' Item J8Q( degre light). In and wish .
their legs fall. off and! run hard you to use the run Roberta |ITI. Tremella r I
addition< they must have a combination boat while the transfer is being (IDI) Tyler (ID), Carter (T), Time:
from start to finish. I'll be taking, 4.46.2. Brakes
Red 1 and Green light located 3. Adjust
handled in Tallahassee it Is
five boys, and as yet I'm still safe 88O yard relay Euatia Gaylord, r.
at thew\ ) showing 20 to use the boat in the Interim Smith Morehead and Morgan), Tltuavllle -
trying to narrow it down to four. (Toney Nlaman. ...et....., .
( angle of 225 degrees) 4. Front Wheel BearingsALL
Ken Hadaway senior Clifford points an providing you carry a bill of saleor and Cooper" ) Time: 1:86.6.: Repack
visible for one! mile. Power boats sales receipt showing the date 440 yard run Jacob (DI.) Mnrrla I ;>
Cooper; senior and Robert Nie (TI) and Hammnnda (lEI), tied; Mac- t ,
over 26' but not more than 65'will of purchase. Same w true in the aiurnphy (IDI), Time: (4.15. r
man, junior will probably anchor display an all around white case of buying an unnumbered or 110 yard law, hurdle OaylonlE A Any
the first three positions and either and ( :), Harrlion (IDI), Lov.lem (Tl, .. 95 American
Light aft toward the stern) .
( new boat. You suddenly buy on i .
Don Toney, Gene Melvin or Wlenand (TI) and Pruitt (IE) tied. Car
''at the highest possible point on weekend but can't get the boat Time i ::1l.0.SIlO.y.rd. 9
Bain will take! the fourth run McNIel (11':1.' ) Ream
Hardy the boat visible for two miles anda ONLY
registered until Monday. Go (TI.) noodlln (D), Ofleiby (TI.) Time, 9 Parts extra,
position. Bain might enter the white 20 point light visible 2 ahead and use the boat duringthe 2OT.T. If needed
Sprint Medley Relay Tltuavllla ModelsFrom .... .
high jump.
miles located at the bow of the weekend but carry proper (Hadaway, Mtlvln/Cooper and NI. I
"Overall, a meet like tnis is boat, also separate sidelights, red papers with you. Don't however, man ; D.land (Smith, Johnaon Bra-
nan and Beldearaufh Time: 07.25.
real good experience for the and Green points (an angle of make the mistake of) trying this 220 yard run Morton (lEI.) Rvmar $$299lo $$795HAM'S
, Lovelea. (TI), Melvin (ITI.) Tlm.i, r
boys. They have an opportunityto 112 degrees). Combination light method indefinitely; 23 S.. ,

run against the beat athletes in not allowed on boats over 26' un Every boat own r shoulddefln-. Mile I I Relay. Time Euatua: 8:28: '.DeLand. andTltunvllU. FanibUs t 'Ma'o'\ ",f r 100% 'NYLON
Florida plus watch two days of der inland\ rules. Inland rulei are itely have liability Insurance pro Shot put Sanford (ID), Dial IDI), .
track which will involve ma'"y onlY| good!> for Inland Water cruisIng tection. This can be added to tne Loll (.TI), Anderaon (ID); Dlalanrei. SAFETYBELTS

Southeastern Universities, Junior. 'not offshore! Internationalrules average "home owner" policy in 46'Dlacua 10" Lots (TI>, Arnold (ID), CYCLE CENTERMagnolia BATTERIES
colleges and high schools" he apply to any boat under 40 the form of an endorsement fora Steer .(IDI), Reynold. (T). Din!a nee I

said. gross tons, offering two Install. comparatively small fee. 121-3"Broad Jump Ream (T), Mo,... AS LOW AS
Titusville will compete tomorrow ation options permitting the boat It is illegal to anchor under a (E), Kllllp It'IT) and". Linder (IDI, 1I0d.DI.I.nce .. Plan, Tltusvlll .
5' 562
: King St., Cocoa
morning in some heats and to be used in.both inland and In. bridge or in a navigation chan- High Jump: Bain (T), Crlbha (ID), $ 95With
Pet 11 (DI), Kdwarda. (T). Helaht I : Babcock St., E!.u Calll $_ 95
will the finals ternational waters. I "
if they qualify run nel. People engaging in this practice 5' "".
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Crlbba (ID), Drury (D). McClelland EACH
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Plans For VisitEight kMI were Mrs.to Grace the pin Williams on hole and 3 People's Mail iI? ,
new members were Mrs. Gerry Carlson In the weekly \
meet of the Women's Golf Assoc.
the Spaceport
welcomed into
latlon of the Whispering Hills .
Young Republican Club Mondayas WATCH MONDAYS PAPERI!
ry 3D( members and guests participated
in a program on state Club officials announced to.

election laws, led by Miss Sally day, there will be a "Krazy Day"at ---- ----
Warren, EaU Gallie attorney and the club April 1 and all members -
dl dd candidatJ for Supervisor of Re j- I are to wear a costume at 9 .
jUtration of Brevard County a.m., and play a match using tn.utY; ftVLIIJlJl
only two clubs. Awards will be ..I
Three other Republican candidates given and a luncheon will follow rt
Jk present were Bill Clark, at noon.
Poit Authority District 1; Mel The latest results In the King-
Fetncr and Wally Hasselbring, HOW ABOUT THIS PROBLEM? County Tax Assessor man.Carpenter Tourney are
County Commissioner District 1. Clark Maxwell (right) asks Titusville police investi- Grace Williams defeated Bernice I
Also a guest was Mrs. Glen gator Henry Saldano (left), about a problem followingthe McCotter, June Ryan beat Mary Outdoor Bar-B-Que .
Richmond, president of the Wo latter's talk to the Titusville Rotary Club Thursday Matheney; Elaine Dehmlow won
man's Republican Club of North In the center Is president Dick Simonet.-(S-A Photo). over Dorothy Dooley, and Gerry Piis PatiosBrick -
Bievard Carlson beat Jackie Keller.

The club elected the following Top places In the last week of Stone Block
k To Break Ground For New Convent
e officer: Charles Best, president; the Association's Ladder Tournament FREE ESTIMATES WE'LL PLAN FOR YOUI)
Mrs. Pat Clark, vice-president; are held by Mrs. Bernice
Aft.KF Mis Lola Dickinson, recording Anothet historical move for. ceremonies; Sister Mary Ignatius McCotter In "A" Flight and Mrs I INSIDE FIREPLACES A SPECIALTY I
secretary; Mrs Helfia Clark, ward for parishioners at SUTeresa's << Mother Superior and princi! Emma Adamletz In "B" Flight.
corresponding secretary Dick Catholic Church wilM pal of the school Sister Margaret VERGER CONSTRUCTIONAM
Van Horn, treasurer begin Sunday afternoon' at 3:30: Mary, Sister Mary Patrick
r p.m. with ground breaking Sister Mary Mercy, Sister Mary If you have rental 7.5728
Plans were discussed for a dcstert ceremonies for a new Convent to' Aloysious) Sister Mary Im- list it in
coffee to be held at Citizens be located just west of the existing oculdta and Sister Mary Paul housing, -----
Bank at 8 p.m. March 30 In hon. i Convent on Ojibway The Star-Advocate! BRING THIS ADI BRING THIS ADI!
or of the Republican primary The Right Reverend Monsign*

candidates. Congressman Ed or William J. Mullally, V.F., Local Youth FRIDAY ANDSATURDAY
Gurney and many candidates of P. A., Dean of the Orlando Cen; q __ gen
J x the Republican party for state tral Deanery will officiate at the'' All St..l'Built For llfo ONLY 2
FILING I Iindsell
and county offices are expectedto Easter Sunday ceremonies as To Be On TV CABINETSSurp.x.io Q
attend. ? H Tltuivill Shopping Center ,
slated by Fr. John B. O Hare, Grad.25'"deepa. OIo
The public is Invited. pastor, Fr. Thomas Grace, Fr. Talented Jimmie Strakbem will =
Domlnik: Gullay all of St. Teresas -, be dancing his thescrp.tns
.y I Ive and: priests from neigh. way .10..." SPECIAL SALE :
of television sets tomorrow -
Pony Loop boring parishes. .. pq t7
afternoon as part of the entertainment .c.., -
The Initial! two-story structure
will be large enough to house on the popular teen Zircolite
Tryouts MondayIndian tin Sisters; and has been designedso variety show Talk 'N Talent.
It Jimmie, 11 year old son of ...
may readily be expanded to RINGS
River City's Pony League accomodate 16 Sisters, the number Mr and Mrs. Ray Strakbem aRra.!:: r I
!division of the Little League anticipated. to be required 1601 Cardinal Court, is a stu w"" en Z
organization will have dent the Earnest School of """ .. Silver 0
of Surfing
tryouts soon to staff the rapidly growing Let..... ;: -
r3 s. Monday afternoon at S p.m. on parochial .school Dance and} has tap danced numerous .$56.50 .H .r Gold' Filled OQC ptMM OICJ
James-Boshoff Field, secretary Seven Sisters of Mercy are times for various organ!. Ou Special 4 .v.tingt Jr jf 9.. ::5fI
Nova Thurlow hat announced the : lIe is
zations in area a
currently teaching at the school Price display .nting MM. :
Mrs Thurlow said "The boys regular performer at the IRC Gigantic r pr i
and will be on hand for the $39.95 utmost akiN of. !modern icUnc. Svbkef -
who have not registered do
can Hidden Talent Show and once IQ:
: stuart th.M to almost' tnt. Y*.l -
; any
at the March 30 how. cwSrNNEce gcorgo
so park on weeks as a laborer. won first prize in a Moose Club with
$ ever, no applications will be re rear OrkKKte CM I.S He was arraigned before U. S. talent show He Is a memberof
4 rA *.tadi CL S5201Cw goAwM' diamonds! $.. if you e..
ceived after" that date in senior Commissioner Thomas L Hen the Miniature First Nlghters EAST ROBINSON Galla,Motown AM ORLANDO 2 4S71J3 .toll the dffofonet..
division. derson"herl! and was remandedto theatre for people and
young Gvorant covers tarnish of mownIng. *- g
f r Pony League age is from 13 the custody of the U S. Marshsl played the Emperor in last years I TITUSVILLE TOLL FREE lest of atoM or lost of bnlkaMC.
i > IG through 15.Try04ts in Orlando I in lieu of $3. production of The Emperor I DIAL. AM 7.6859
tdR '. for the Major League 000 bond. New Clothes I 51 t MEN'S lINGS ........1.49.pLADliS' 0t
/ division will be Monday April 6 ---- ...... .. 99t
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and ?Minor League will be April


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w l has announced' arrest of I 5 NEW 3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMES I ICowdr'J IN BRING THIS ADI! BRING THIS ADI!

VISIT AT HOSPITAL-Members of the Cape Canaveral William Lee Simpson, Z3, at

Clown Club, who were In town for performances at the Cocoa Wednesday night: I Titusville Shopping Center
Eayview Schobl Carnival Saturday, took time out to i. F. 'S11'otollina Jr. special Ctti fieif/'li STORE HOURS:
visit patient,, in the Jess Parrish Hospital pediatrics ward agent in charge of the FBI officein
10 to 9 P.M.lIntisellPHONE .
Upper photo shows Philip Watson, a student at Bayview, Tampa' said that Simpsonwas
engaged in unwrapping, some candy while a clown looks arrested for unlawful flight IN THE BEAUTIFUL HIGH AND DRY WHISPERING HILLS SECTION AM 71511Ladies7
on Lowe i ni> oto Doyle Frisbee III, who celebrated a to avoid prosecution for the
birthday l i !may, talks with a "bum alter being pre crime of burglary and petty RENT WILL BE APPLIED 130 l % TO DOWN PAYMENTI!
sented with a box of gifts.-(S-A,Photos). larceny from the State of Ark.

According to the/ FBI, Simpson .
Star-Advocate Classifieds. Get Quick Results! had been working in the I 267-2758. TITUSVILLE ANYTIME.
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Jay-Bees To Hold Organizational Meetingwon

The local Jaycees are sponsor. An organizational meeting will!
AroundBy Star Advocate ing a Jay-Bee organization In the be held Saturday morning t
Titusville area 10:00 o'clock at the Jaycee Chit
( Bob Hudson) Young men 15 to 21 are eligible hmu site on Singleton Ave Anf- I
Voice of 2 .OOO North Brorard County RotldtnU
for membership in this social one eligible and interested In Hits
Know it has probably happened are Here Again", (The 1461 is
in other families, but whenit the number of days In a four- Stcllon B TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA..- --, FRIDAY MARCH 27. 1964 P.Q.I-8 Owns and:service project club.chairman announced Con organization'' ; meeting Is urged to attcftd'he
happened in our household, it year term in office). Instead -
"broke us all up" in laughter. they chose 'I've Been WorkingOn
Our smallest poodle is used to The Railroad" We guess Civic Center Committee
watching me shave In the mornIngs they have Florida East Coast
usually from a spot sitting hasn't paid its taxes as yet and ? rsas
on tha "throne" cover, the three are interested in this. < T
interviews Architects .J
while I lather up and wink away i J7a

the whiskers.She "Doctor, what is wrong with
was a little behind time me?" the Civic Center Planning ed were Warren and Hob >n, their' next meeting, following
the other morning and I was "Madam, you are too fat, you Committee of Greater PRIDE, Hirrftbcrg and Thompson, .nd which the selection will be announced -
already engaged in shaving use too much rouge and lipstick, Inc. Interviewed architects for Lemon and Megglnsnn, of Tit ,
when she came piling into the you get your hair bleached, you ville and Tanner and Thorn-"n, Committee member present
bathroom, and without looking, smoke too much, and one other the proposed structure at a Melbourne. 'vote Earl Spencer, Bill CUrkVIis .
jumped up to the usual spot. The thing you are in the wrong meeting Wednesday night, pre On the basis of these im' i r : Tom Henderson! Dud Pow
only trouble was the cover was- office. The doctor Is next door sided over by Jack Lurks, \iews, this committee II (II I Ul and MM: Richard Van Horn
n't In place. I am nothing but a news chairman. make its recommendations, to Den Utility end Ike Rigell also!
Ever had the experience of paperman" Architectural firms interview- the Pride Board of Director it 'dt in on the interviews '
looking at a dripping and surprised _r v.

poodle? Something like What do you thing of Titus.ville's -
that sure does break up a house- first building above four Little Theatre BuzzingIn
hold in the early morning hours.
stories Sorta gives us a skyline,
doesn t it? Imperial Towers .
Customer: "Give me a poundof "raised the roof" on two sections Readiness For Opening
those husband U of their structure the
grapes. My apartment
fond of them. Do you knowif past week We have a few u
they have been sprayed with three.story buildings Bay Things are really buzzing at audience of a great treat m Linda Robinson arc among the R1VERVIEW SCIENCE FAIR Part of third place in the contest. Pictured
any kind of poison?" view Elementary and Hotel the Tltusville Little Theatre opening night i hildren appearing in the show the science fair presented to the Rher- are three of the students who worked on I
Clerk: "No, ma'am; you'll Dixie to name a couple and building on Carlyle Street. One of the highlight of till The wives' choru consists of view school students by Miss Janice it' from left Cindy Boster George Han- i
have to get. that at the drugstore both of these had what one Pounding Is heard at all hourson show is sure to be the adoiahli' iXlarjorie Fyke Sandy Gai-tano Hicks 6th year class is shown above. The num, and Ricky Rogers.-(S-A Photo).
," might consider "fouith floors", pianos, drums, and nails youngsters playing parts as the Evelyn Weinhold Linda Mahan title of the project was 'Space''. whichThe
with small rooms in the peak of in preparation for the gala open- King's many offspring Elane Pdtttua i
and Blackmon
City election when we'11 roofs in the center of the structure ing of the building with the production Carlson, Vickie and Champ IRC Methodist Easter Cantata Je! For Sunday Night ffl
vote fur three members of the of "The King and I", Warm, Douglas: Elaine and Choreographer: Jeannae Moore
April 3, 4, 5, 10 and 11th. Teddie Carter, Micke: and Caro Pultirson the follow
Others Wonder announces
are planned ,
council may be a good six Cantata lUlklujnh McCoskey Lou Ann Keel, Doc Coskey, Fern'1 Boyle, Jim rtoyla( ,
Many hours of tireless effortare lyn Scott Max Kiel, Pat Harrison ing of her students will
when well get the first 10 or appear What .' Savior" John WPeterson ;. .
months away but there are A by City McCoskey James MeJim D(1YI l6; ),r and V Peterson
several local men, "nosing a.round" over? being put in by the cast, Phyllis Stout, Randy Pickering ''n the production number will be rp, '
crew and directors to assure the Diana BUnkcnship and "Small House of Uncle Thomas": I
has found out are inter- Fat'ir Sunday: night a 1.lu IIIn
cited in entering the race. One of the few men who can Donna Mollitor Kathy Lundy, liivr City Methodist .,.
Although there may be more, smile when everything goes TidesHigh L'nnLmler! Dave Austin, beginning at 7:45' ChUI'Ch'l
Folklore SeminarIs Chi'is MONEY !
Compton and Mike Austin
we understand that George Bar- wrong is an auto mechanic. Low be Carol Ahmic, Marilyn .
Icy, Ed Rice, George Arnold Tccni Sawyer. Dolores Snyder.
and Sam Beddingfied are "peel- Dressed in flambouyant sport Saturday, March 28 Seating capacity in the new Charles Dradfiild and Joe Snyder For Extra FastSERVICE. BORROW. PAYMENT
ing" their eyes for the race. shirt and loud.checkered slacks, PostponedThe 8::94 a.m. 2:48: a.m. theatre N limited, early ticket !\Mrs Jewell M. Braclfield isdirct'lor . $300.00$159 J .M j f $$8.If*
the college student, home for 9:18: p.m 3:06: p.m. purchase 4s advised H50.00 1
Irate woman driver to cop: vacation, was met by his some Folklore Seminar, sched- Sunday March 29 Rev Robert Waddell will be Phone 267-4331 $( : mJ::
"How could I have a driver' what old fashioned father, who 9:30: a.m. 3:27: a.m. The productions on April 3, the narrator and Miss Juno Rob- Loans Up To $400. _
license? You took it away from eyed his attire and said: uled to be held at Brevard Junior 9:56: p.m. 3:43: p,m. 4. 10 and 11 will be evening:; eats will be! at thu organ. PAY BILLS.. TAXES REPAIRS* ETCT. .
me last summer" "Son, you look like a darned College this weekend, March performances, with the curtain Other choir members will be
fool," 27.28, Is being postponed indef Monday, March 30 going up at 9 p, m The April Ellen Webber Peggy Peterson Southern Loan Company
10:05: a.m. 4:05: a.m 5th show will be an afternoon( Roberta Bevel Lois Woods, Dot
Rotary song leaders at yester- On the way home they met an initely. 346 S, WASHINGTON AVE. 'TITUSVILLE
day's luncheon were three un- old family friend who greeted 10:34: a m. 4:19: p.m. matinee beginning: at 2:30: p,m \\Vklill Dot Bohannon, Diane .
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The Seminar was planned under n -
opposed candidates for re election both cordially and said to the
to county offices Clerk young man: the direction of Dr Robert
Curtis Barnes, Tax Assessor "John, you're getting to look 11. Humphrey, coordinator of
Clark Maxwell and Tax Collector more and more like your father." community services for the college i BURNS ,
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Christian ScienceThe Titusrille Scottsmoor BaptistSunday

resurrectionon 'It.MEIITATION BaptistFirst School is slated for 9:45:
effect of the
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...and may we lingHallelujah! For Chruc .
Jesus' disciples win be one ,..wtaldwed. u.l Baptist Church of Titus. a.m. at First Baptist Church of '
of the themes at Christian Science yule offers three worship services Scottsmoor, with Benjamin Bus-," the Lord it risen. The lilict are in bloom and .

church services this Sun- by, Sr., as acting superintendent' t and in w 1i' ,
each Sunday. The early service and classes for all ages. men angels arc jubilation.

day. begins at 8'30 a.m. and the Rev. Lloyd Anderson of New' Because Hi flaw in know m IM iMI lives r J '
;!!oUt Matthew's and John'sattceUnt regular worship hour Is 11:00: '
resurrectic will Smyrna Beach will bring the inspirational tc "
of the The Greeks were wron|
the .,i '
at 11
be read as part of the Bible a.m.Botb message r is mortal, but other immortal1. s
morning services thli a.m. worship service. Easter' Man not d
Lesson on "Reality., the la- ,
Sunday will be given over to music will be by the adult choir:
elided will be this passage from presentation of the Cantata lib j j Far God bath ut ttrroitj In tin hurt if man. 1 fr r

the Christian Science textbook: ThU Easter,we share he immorality ot
"No Greater Love" W. '
by John Training Union, with Mrs'
'Through all the disciples ex- ..Qe UtIIMrKMMR..cI
Petersonv Youth and Adult Grady Sanders as director, wilt Jesus Christ Hil journey to Golgotha g r
pwienee, they become more .. ...----:--
Chairs have been combined for be with unions t
at 6:30: p.m. for, 0
spiritual and understood better \ transfigured the crow forever, turning that )
Matthew Uc3f-4 this' worshipful service with all age groups. t
wist the Master had taught. '
Scripture narration by the Pastor 1 symbol of suffering Into* ,, ; r!
Hid:) resurrection was also their Again,, for the second time, he Evening worship service will'convene J
went and prayed, "My Dr. W. S. Hardin. symbol of triumphant tile. a
resurrection. It helped them t away at 7:30: p.m., with the' ,
rates themselves and others Father, if this cannot pass unless Sunday School begins at 9:45: Junior and Intermediate choirs'.'i I Then let ui live like women and men who ,

from" spiritual dullness and blind I drink: it, thy wilt be with graded nurseries, classes furnishing the music. .,I II 'J expect to go on and on forever sEt
belief In God into the perceptkji done." (Matthew 2642RSV.: ) and departments for all Ages. Midweek prayer service will II t q t ,
ot infinite possibilities' Ono bitter cold day I knelt Training Union begins at 6:13: be Wednesday at 7:00: p.m. followed 'I ... world without end. This it indeed dkj

(Science and Health. with Key alone at the altar of a little village for alt age groups. by the adult choir rehearsal : out true Christian hop. This it whatEaster

tothe: Scriptures by Mary Bak church and prayed a desperate Evening servicebegins at under the leadership of Mrs. '

edEddy; p 34)). prayer. A tragedy had 7:30: p.m., with, message by the Morris Hallum. meant to us today. a

First Church of Christ Sclenlist. overtaken me, and the pain of it pastor. An Easter egg hunt will be held ..

Titusvitle) holds Sunday was almost beyond description. Midweek Services Wednes- at the Church Saturday at 1:30:

services: at 11 a.m. and Wednesday In this modern Gethsemane I day with organizational meet p.m. All children are invited to'.'' t. ,
testimo "at'-p.m.\. at 109 turned my face toward heaven ings at U:30: ( p.m.; Prayer meet. attend.

Bdwin: Shopping Center. Sun and asked God to take my life. ing at 7:30: and Youth Choir rehearsal -

day School for children up to God indeed took my life, but at 8:30: ( p.m. Central BaptistCentral ''I
not as I had asked. He used it
thf age of 20 convenes at It Mi. '
a.m. in the Chamber of Comm from that very hour as never be- Mims MethodistServices Baptist Church of Indian ,

{rce building:. All are welcome fore. the cross of pain I was for Mims Methodist River City, Rev. D. V. Mc
> called to bear became the instru- Allister, pastor, announces the
I [ Church are announced as follows:
I enabled to services
ment whereby was following :
Sunday Schonl. 10 RobertM.
help others. Through suffering a.m.
; Calvary Baptist my better Porter, General Superintend Sunday: Sunday School, 9:43
Services will be 'held at the I came to understand ent. Nursery for small children a.m.; morning worship, 11:00: ;

Cajvary Baptist. Church as follows the world's suffering. provided and classes for all ages. Dinner on the ground at 1:00:

: God's Son prayed in a Gethse- Easter Sunrise Services will be p.m.; Youth choir, 6:00: p.m.;

Sunday School will begin at mane infinitely more terrible conducted at 8:30: ( for members Training union, 6:30: ; Evening

10:00: a.m. under 'the' ,direction of than mine. He prayed that the ot the Friendship class. Everyoneis worship, 7:30: ; adult choir practice

Marvin Fisher,' Sunday School cup pass, but with perfect faith cordially invited to stay for the 3:43.Monday: O : tr a.a r Iwt

Suet>t., with classes for all ages. He prayed. "Thy will be done.'" breakfast which will be served \ : 9:30: a.m.. Executive w.wwrW ,

The morning worship service His prayer was in accordancewith following the service WMU meeting at Central Baptist, e 3 : dr.x wl n ,

begins at 11:TO'iTmr'with Pastor God's plan for the salvation Morning Worship Service, 11 Tuesday: 7:30: p.m., YWA 4 iMlw. Ix

Bill McClur 'Dring'nIg the message. of the world. a.m., with special! Easter music. meeting. y' ..........
The Young People'sGroup PRAYER: Our Father In Sermon "The ReaUty of LifeEverlasting' \ .. .ww.w.
.. Wednesday: 6:30: p.m., Beginner -
will meet at 6:30: p.m. heaven, whose wisdom is and Primary Sunbeams
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ana Prayer services will be held unimpeachable, whose love far Methodist Youth Fellowship Junior and Intermediate GA's w

at '7:13: : p.m. us is perfect and whose power meets at 6:30: p.m. There will be and RA's; 7:00: officers and

Pastor McCrare will be teaching is supreme, enable us to no evening. service'* on EasterSundaY' teachers meeting; 7:30: Prayer f

from the Book of Revelationat say, "Thy will be done.! meeting.
Good Friday' Service March 27,
he ednesday night serviceat Grant to us Thine Infinite 7:30: p.nw, the Pastor will bring'a Thursday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m i
tt:30.: strength for every ordeal. In message on /Redemption IsFinislled" YWA Leadership Course; All-

the Weekly Bible StudyuwiU ,the name of Christ Amen. .. "?-*-' 'JT""t:: } day visitation 9:30: a.m. for women -- This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
For .
bet Brother McClure's ,
held at
April :3, there u.t.be an early and 7 p.m. for men. ., ...
hoiie at 220 Stuart Avr, Indian: -V'ttD, Cross that lirtest up my worship service at 9 a.m. Friday: YWA Leadership "
River City, Tuesday at 10:00: head, I dare not ask .to fly from Course, 10 a.m. to 12:30: p.m. Edwards Realty Moonland Mobile<;> Homes, Sales

a.m. and visitation will be Tues Thee." Lynn E. Chapel! First ChristianSunrise \\r'I. Joe and Mary Edwards U. S..1 North of. Overpass, Titusville

dat at 10:00: a.m. (Michigan). services will be heldat Church Of ChristThe Baldwin Shopping Center

Calvary Baptist Is" a Pre-Mil- 6:00: a.m. Easter at First

lerjnium, Independent Church First Church Of GodThe Christian Church of Titusville, Church of Christ meets at ; The Employees of

and Pastor McClure extends a services 'of the First announces Pastor Eddie Fine. the corner of St. Johns and Hopkins a''- .. ; : Suburban Propane Gas Service
coBdial invitation to the public to Church of ,God will begin with Bible School! convenes at 10 Avenue. The schedule of Atlantic Plumbing Co. .. t

attend all services Services are Sunday School classes at 10:00: a.m. The Easter to Pentecost services !is as follows: 'r 329 St. Johns St., Titusville ""
being held temporarily at the with classes for all ages. .statewide attendance campaign Sunday: Bible study 9:50: a.m.; ..

Woman's Club House, 110 h Hopkirs The morning worship service begins/ this Sunday. Sunday worship service: 10:50: First federal Savings & Loan Association
) Avenue. will follow at 10:45: o'clock with "The Resurrection Faith" is a.m.; evening service, 6:00: p.m.

the pastor, Rev. Ronald Holder, the pastor's sermon topic for the Midweek Bible study Is on Wed Threlkeld's Standard Service I Downtown Titusville

;:|Trinity Lutheran bringing the message. It a.m. worship hour. nesday at 7:00: p.m. Downtown Titusville AM 7-9927 'r.
Youth Fellowship will meet In Bible classes are provided for
Christian Endeavor meets at I
The Good Friday evening sen- the pastor's home, 3375 Elder all age groups both Sunday morn- Luke Cain
is at ,
6:43: evening: worship I .
vine will be held tonight at Street, at 6:30: p.m. ''The themeof p.m.; ning and Wednesday night. I '
7:30 and will consist of the 5th State Farm
Trfnity Lutheran Church begin the worship will be "God : A gospel meeting is planned by Indian River Machine Shop ,4.!' '" Insurance Companies
at 7:15: with a "SingapiratioD" Gives Victory." Sunday Singspirntion. sing the church to begin April 13th and 214, Palm, Titusville
invited. Indian River City, Florida : E
and Children's Sermonette. There will be a midweek service ing groups are continue through April 21st. Mar, .,' ;
aster Sunday worship service on Wednesday evening at 7:30: Tuesday: Men's monthly class shall E. Patton, of Orlando, will I. '

will be held at 10:15: a.m. o'clock In the home of Mr. and meeting at home of Herman be speaking nightly. The services .": Baird's Mobile Homes

The Sacrament of Holy Communion Mrs M.\ F, Brcedlove 236 Pine Waitwood, Jr., at 7:30: p.m. will begin at 7:30: p.m., according Mims C. Growers Association y '
will be celebrated at this.evlce. St.. IRC. Wednesday: Weekly prayer to the minister, Maurice W. Jack.' Itrus.Mims. Florida .1 I .;I Rte. 1 Box 351- Cocoa. Florida

The youth, who were Tuesday evening there will bea t meeting 7:30: to 8:15: p.m. son Jr. !! .1 I''j

confirmed in the church last teachers meeting for all the I '.' j )r'

Sunday, will receive their first Sunday School teachers. I FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE : ) Boyd's Gulf Service ;
Holy Communion at this time. Services are presently being 1027 Park Ave. Titusville Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr. 'i 'rt/ f'I'
The public Is Invited conducted on Sunday morning: in 4' .); '<3. to
worshipthe .
Mima Florida ,
the IRC Fire Hall on Magnolia Sunday School. 9:45 A.M. Worship Hour 11 A.M. 1 ; '
crucified and risen Lord at j.. '
.t.tt' .
those services. Ave.This Youth Fellowship 8 P.M. Evangelistic Hour :''P... '\'' '.:,\:,- A'''' ''" : ,

Sunday School will begin at congregation is associatedwith 7 P.M. Wed midweek service. 7 P.M. ; "J. ; f1', ,' JfV; Kennedy
the Church of God whose .. ;
9:00: Sunday morning with classes THOMAS REAM. MINISTER '
general offices are In Anderson,, ; Brevard Lumber Company 4ti ", r r Iladcock'Furnlture' Titusville. :
;for all ages Including adults. Scriptural Christ Centered Everyone Welcome
Indiana. 't. 'Vi "ft '.; 1 '
Tuesday, at 6:00: the Confir- Infants & Toddlers Nursery :
J ; .' I
m4tion' clasK will meet. At 'J
Westside I
Baptist Conwa&
-- i :, rY n Winstead Inc.
"t t ,
6:30: the Junior Lutheran Choir of' .
service is held the
Worship at Nelson Insurance Agency 11
'Ray .t. tr. 'of' Downtown''Titusville
will rehearse followed by the '
Westside Baptist Church on .. ..1'J ,
Adult Choir rehearsal at 7:00: onT Tropic St. at 11:00: a.m. Sunday \ .' .
sday. School begins at 9:49: a.m. with (CAn American Lutheran Church)
j the Adult Class for information classes for all ages. Junior :: Belk-Lindsey ;
concerning the beliefs and 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE ,
choir practice Is at 5:00: p.m.; Burger King Titusyille ;
practices of the Christian church Training Union begins at 6:1: *- INDIAN RIVER CITY ... ., (
North U. S. 1, Titusville K Kr
and specifically: the Lutheran
meets followed by worship service at SUNDAY SCHOOL . . to. . 9:03 sun. '
Wednesday evening 7:30. !
CifMrch : t t
at 7:30.: Those interested in Prayer meeting begins at 7:15: CHURCH SERVICES . . . 10:15: .m. I Morley's..Western .Auto
learning about the Lutheran Duff Electric Titusville Mr. and Mrs. Chas J. Morley f ft
p.m. on Wednesday; G. A. Girls We Extend A Cordial Welcome To You I -
Church are invited and mem- Washington & Broad Titusville t 1
meet at 6U: on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. H. Guy Duff ,
bets are encouraged .to* attend Nursery is .provided for all CLAUDE E.TEJAN. Pastor '
ass. a review. .Ii scivlces. .

: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I t THE BOOK: THE BLOOD THE BLESSED HOPE Canaveral Rambler ;rffJJi'' C.Danenburg.W. Danenburg Realty .

Phone AM 7.1348

C ""IntThe Heart Of The Community" Grace Baptist ChurchMeeting : .... 1514 S. Washington. Titusville

" : Main & Hopkins Titusville, Florida ''It 'N.,.

in The Community Church Building.Old ; Fransen's Drive In Restaurant
W. S. Hardln.! Pastor Master Cleaners

Dixie Highway. and Employees, South Washington. S. Limits
'. SERVICESSunday Titusville Hopkins at Titusville City

11:00 A. M. Pastor Margene's Message ; ',.

Worahlp . . . . 8:30: & 11:00 A.M I

Sunday School . . . . . . 9:45 A.M. "The Empty Tomb"Music Mutual Insurance Service, inc.

Training Union . . . . . . 811S AJ4. Rinker Materials Corp. ".
Sunday Evening Worship . . . . 7:30 P.M. By Mrs. John Margene. Judy Margene and Ph. AM 7-6900 >If j Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Jones

d-,W..k Service: Wednesday. i'j I. . ,. . 7:30: P.M. Miss. Caroline Platt. ':\\ West Orange, .'J: : \; : Downtown! Titusville

I ''OldMt Baptist Ouch j ID Area Established la 7:00: P. M. "The Christian Life in John" .

889 Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention .s' Fulmer's Drug Store
SEE) Motel
of' Three Missions .
Llr-Condilloned Mother W.ordJally .
Downtown Titusville Gene Sego
< lJ1yJ!. You to Attend Our Services. WE SERVE A LIVING SAVIOR AND LORDI

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PrM.r, March V, 1944 TltwsvllU (FUrUs.) Star Arfvecat Pare s-a I IfcC Methodist St. Gabriel's: Church; : R IlwoodBaptist: 'ChurchiOf:Jesus |

I I Christ Of Latter
The Indian River City Methodist The schedule for St. Gabriel Chapel

Church will have two, morning Episcopal Church, as announcedby Day SaintsThe
Bcllwood Baptist Chapel servo
worship hours Easter Sun Father Ferguson, Is as follows Icu are announced as follows by
Church News Of The Week
Church- Jesus Christ ot
day In the new church building : the Pastor, Bro. Herbert Walters:
located on the Orlando Highway On Saturday, March 28 the Sunday School !M5: a.m. ; Latter Day Saints located at2C09
across from Indian River fo ,Y.C.'iIl have a car wash! worship, 11:00.: Clearlake Road, Cocoa, ar*>
4r morning
service will 1000 at 730: noifnces the following services: {
I Heights The first Uniting at : a.m.; This church is located 4 miles

For Titusville and North Brevard County be held at 8:30: a.m. and the second p.m. the Lighting of the Fire south of Indian River City on the Sunday: : 9:00: ..m., Priesthood
at 11:00: am The pastor, On Sunday March 29, Morn .
half mile Sundaf
side( of U.S. 1
right one meeting; 1:30(): a.m.,
headline> trot Chutch News on These PasM 5 P. M Wednesday\ Rev Robert Waddell, will bring ing Prayer will be laid at 7:Ham north of Orlando Utilities School: 6:00 p.m. Sacrament

the both services Communion will be
message ot ; Holy meeting
The church Is a mission of
and will preach on "The Gospel celebrated at 7:30: a m.; Family IRC and all
Central Baptist of
First MethodistThree Oi The Resurrection" Eucharist! at 10:00: am. There InteresteJ In Tuesday' 10:00: to 12:00: Rel'ef'
Baptists Society; 1:311: to 9,00 p.m MIA.
The adult choir will sing anthems will he no Sunday School The helping! establish this mission! arc ?
morning worship serf, h e for both the a services The childicn's Easter Smlce! with especially invite:I Thursday: Primary 4:30: to 8:00:

Ices will be held at 8:30: 9:45: ,, boys and girls of the Church presentation! of the Mite boxes! p.m.Chester
and 11:00: o'clock it First Methodist s ttt membership class will be reitived and flowers, will be followed byn located on AlA north of Barge L Tillman Is the Bis

Church, Titusville on into the membership of ?. egg hunt.Wednesday. Canal. hop

Easter. The pastor, Rev Ed the church on profession of faith April 1 I. 7:15: a.m.,. I _

Norman, will speak on the 81 i the 11:00: am service The Morning! Prayer, Holy CommunIon. -

theme" "From Tragedy To Trl .8 a, nursery will be available: for the I

umph t* worship hours. Thursday, April 2. 9.30 a.m?
Three choirs will sing. The t., : Sunday' School for all ages Holy Communion Like To Read
youth choir, under the leadershipof .
,till be held at the usual time The choir will rehearse on Friday -
Mrs Dale Custer and Mrs\ \ rct" .
Robert Nedimyer. will sing at t.i II";' # M (from 9:45: to 10:33 a.m. April 3. at 7:45: pm. Other People's Mail? rI

8:30.: Mrs Percy Hensley will be .... i" \ The' Adult Choir will present turning Prayer will he read

organist. The Fifth grade choir, '" T -. '". an Easter Cantata Sunday night at S:00 p.m. on Monday Wed '

under the direction of Mrs Robert '. 'I; ". l ',; ). at 7:45: p.m. Mrs. Charles Brad n<"sday and Friday and at 7:00: I'I I

Linger, will sing at 0.11: with },.f,,f/.t'f' .' .. (field I choir director, will direct, p in on Tuesday and Thursday
Mrs. T. W. Jetties plsyiflg (the or. '.....1t. ;: d J ,,,. a.'..' '): .'. and Miss Jane Roberts, organist, WATCH MONDAY'S PAPERI I Q

gan. At 11:00 o'clock the adult I t..l \ ... mil accompany the choir on the Orsino BaptistEaster
choir, led by Miss Jean Wright, .- I.. .'.."... "' off" .....,...,.; ,.... new church organ. The public Sunday will be a day
will sing and Mrs H E. Peels i -- -- - -- ---
\ I I 14 cordially invited to attend of dedication: and fellowship at
will be organist nI.: e'. \ 1 =. .: t ; .;.. The nursery will be available Oislno Baptist! Church The all

Church School will be held as : "' \:. \ I I I for r".t', : "I t There wIll| be a Good Friday day program; will begin! with Christian Missionary Alliance Church
usual at 9:45 a.m. T .
There will not be I j' l... .4.'>J. 'f.'d Communion Service tonight, ,I I Sunday: School: at 9:45: n.m.. followed Sun Road Oil Hwy. 50 Indian River City
any Evening 7:30: All of and
p.m. our people by Caster worship at
worship nor will there! be CONFIRMATION SERVICE the Arthur Golk. Front WELCOMES YOU TO'OUR SERVICESI
any By gihia" Huber, and row: (friends are invited to participate 11 :00 when the pastors Re+gr-
meetings of the Methodist Youth Rite of Confirmation these young people Mike Schultz,Connie Zimmerman, Leslie The boys and girls of the lection !sermon' will be delivered! "Tho Whole Bible, is the basis of all teaching"PUBLICIZE

Fellowship became members of Good Shepherd Luth Wheeler, Janet Nethintf, Terry Gillen, church membership class will Dinner will be spread on the .
On Monday, the Committee on eran Church on Sunday. Back row: Rob Carol Henry, and Eric Hollmann These meet for the list time tomorrow, church grounds at 12 noon with -- -- ---

Nominations will meet. Membersare ert Golk, Linda Zimmerman, Carol Claus, Word people have been studying the Saturday: 10:00: am Final Instnicllons t." r'fne bringing a basket din
: Douglas Barnhart Mrs Irving Karen Schwartz, The Rev Arnold F. Claus of God and the Christian Doctrines will be given In preparation I I YOUR'

Lee, Sam Clonts, William who conducted the Confirmation Service, for the past. two years.-(Gregory for joining the church nerAn service
Scott and Mrs John Locke. Inspirational song
Paula Brandenburg, Pam de Deugd, Vir Photo). Enter
:; Sunday morning.
The choir will hold rehearsal will begin at 1:30: p.m. Several SERVICES OR

on Tuesday at 7:3D() p.m. in the The adult choir will have Ita special groups from over Cen
Sanctuary. Good ShepherdSunrise First Presbyterian C&M AllianceJohn rehearsal next Wednesday, 7:3\: \) trill Florida ore expected and SPECIAL EVENTSON

Mid week Allen will the Sun. pm. in the chapel others are invited,.
prayer service and open
held at
service will be Identical worship services will The Men's Club
Bible study will be held Wed. Theater day School of the Christian and project will A church dedication service Is THIS I PAGE"Yau'll
the Crown Drive In be conducted at 8:30: and II a.m. continue at the building site tomorrow
neaday at 7:30: p.m. Missionary Alliance church at scheduled at 2:30: p,m to be
north of Titusville on U. S Highway Easter Sunday. The Adult Choir Saturday. ?
The Methodist Men will hold 9:45: a.m. with lively singing and hunt
followed Easter
by an egg
I, at 6 o'clock on Easter assisted by a string quartette be pleased with the response you get from reaching
their regular monthly meetingand morning, March 29. Good Shepherd will render a S>'dows 'Sev'!n story. There are classes (for all Assembly Of God for the children at 300. the people of North Bravtrd County through the columns of
dinner and Is
on Saturday April 4
age groups a nursery provided
Lutheran Church is sponsoring Words from the Cross". The The cervices of the day will these Star.Advocat church pagts A paid advtrti! .m.nt lh.
6:00: to 1:00: during each of the church
p.m. this service and the Rev. Junior Choir will also sing, and services. First Assembly of God, Rev close with a Baptismal No also of this announcement will cost 'you only )S.00,ptr 1.lu.. Call
Annual Conference of the Woman's Arnold F. Claus, pastor for the there will be a brief message by W. J. Cox, pastor, announces the services ore scheduled Sunday 267.0331( for the services of one of our dvortiilng man.
Society of Christian "Resurrectl'n Faith" will be
Servlea !
congregation of Good Shepherd, the pistor' entitled "The ABCof following services: night
will be held at First Methodist the sermon topic by the pastor
Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45
will deliver the sermon, "The Immortality". There Will be : The now church building U
Church in Orlando on April 7, 8, during the 11:00: am worship a.m.: morning worship, 10 43 I - ._ -----.
Importance of Christ's Resur church.houf at 11 ; --- -- -- --- --
and 9. Please call Mrs. J C, Pat. a nursery hour. Dedication of children will evening worship, 7:30: CA's
rection''!" o'clock p.m.;
tetson If you are Interested! In IS Bible only.Sunday be held during the hour meet at 8:30: p,m. and( WMC'smeet
At 9:1: a.m., Sunday
attending any meetings or in School, with classesfor The Christian Cadets and the following evening servicefor
making reservations for the Banquet :! classes: and Sunday School class all, convenes at 0:45.: The Senior AYF groups will meet at election of officers.
or Young Woman's Lunch. es for children from nursery age Jun'or' .II i and Senior Hi Youth' 1s
6S0: p.m. with Mrs Forward On Tuesday night Rev. and
eo,. A nursery will be provided to adults will meeTlte Past' Groups! meet at 7 p m. Coleman and Mr. Taylor leading! Mrs. Cox will entertain the CA'a

for all meetings oi"'a Class, presently. studying also On Saturday.. April 4th, at "Who Will Roll Away the at the parsonage.
God s Plan of Salvation,
Id) a.m. ReBates will meet Stone?" will be the sermon topic

Church Of God meets The at festival this hour
i Of ProphecyServices will be conducted at the church: boys and girls twelve years of service. Tertsl't Catholic Church
ago and older The class will There
will be special music!
at 10:30: am Pastor Claus will announce* the /following schedule:
for Church of God of continue for about ten weeks. during' each of the above mention GII
speak to the worshipers of the d FrM y: Way of the Cross
Prophecy, 1216 Norwood Ave, Risen Savior Infants and small ed meetings at 2:30: p.m.; Liturgical' Services
are announced as follows by Pas children will be cared for in the Naiarcn* Prayer meeting and Bible of Our' Lord Passion and Death
tor O A Dudding: during the worship service study Wednesday, 7:30: p.,m. and Holy Communion at 5:30:
Sunday School, S:4S: a.m. The First Church of the Nazarene Ladies Missionary Prayer Fellowship p.ntt| Way of the Cross at 8.00

This Is Easter Sunday and also The Canaveral Lutheran Council 1021 Park Avedue, an. Thursday, 7:30: p.m p.
the fifth Sunday when it has been nounces the following services mHoly' :i1
Council of Brevard County will I IRC Christian Church SSfurday: The Resurrect
for the church to
customary ( for the week
meet at Good Shepherd Church : ion Liturgy'and Holy Mass (Easter
have an all-day service with din. Tonight at 7:30: there will be a First Service & in the Name of Our Risen Savior"
Monday at 7:30: p.m. Pastor and Christian Church of IRC Virgil ) 10:30: p.m. "Greeting Blessings
ner on the ground with offering. delegated laymen of Redeemer Baby Shower given In the honorof holds services at the IRC Civic! Easter Sunday Masses: 7:00,.
going for the building fund. Dinner Lutheran of Melbourne, Trinity Mrs Eugene Bush The Center 8:30: 10:00: and 11:30: a.m.

will be served at 12:30: p.m. of Rockledge, Christ Lutheran shower will be held at the Bible School convenes at 9:00: Confession Schedule:

Midweek prayer service Tuesday Church of Cocoa Beach, Our church annex and all the ladiesof a.m.; morning worship at 10 with Friday 11 .12 Im.; 3 4 ," 'r

Youth evening service at 7:00.: Savior of Satellite Beach, Holy the church are Invited. .Landon Devilller, minister, bringing p.m. and 8:30: to 10:00: p.m. May f the Joy and promlie
Friday eveningat .
The annual Easter Egg Hunt the message Saturday It 12 a.m., 3:30: 1
Cross of South Daytona, Trinity
charge 7:00: with Emma Dudding in of holly Hill, and Good Shep will be held at the church Sat Sunday evening services will lie 11:00: p.m. and 7:30: 8:30: p,m. of' Easter uplift your

herd of Titusville will be in attendance urday morning at 9:00.: All of a "Singspiration" at 7:30: p.m. Groundbreaking for the new

... .. . .-....-...-. .. to discuss mission ex the children of the church arc In. Wednesday evening prayer convent will be held Sunday at and gladden ] a '
: -- -'- : pansion, scholarships and other \ltcd. .' meeting is held at 7:30: p.m. 3:30: p.m. at the church grounds. spIrit

, joint tndeavors: Sunday School begins: at 9:45:

, .: Wednesday evening at 7:33 under the leadership of Hubert your heart. fl ,...,
F A o'clock the choir will rehear Blankefiship, with classes for all
[ [
1 ttend' at t the church. ages .
The April meeting of the The Worship( Hour begins at F

.. Board of Directors of the Congregation 11:00: with Rev Thomas Ream = UII = .A NA' +

:' Services i ; will take place on Thurs hour bringing the message of the t. :fIa

day evening at 7:30: clock in I
: the fellowship hall.Church The Junior, Teen and Young [
:: !" ThisWeek'; Adult Fellowships will meet at t

I;. Of God 6:00 The p.m.church choir, under the I 6:00: A. M. SUNDAY, AvJARCH 29th

,.\ I ; direction of Frank Hallum, Jr,
., Newcomers to this area are Invited
: to attend services with will present its Easter Cantata'' CROWN DRIVE-IN, TITUSVILLE I
i: at own "Prince! of Life", Sunday nightat ,
your the congregation of the Churchof SPONSORED BYl, l y
1:00. The Is
: public invited I
God, now holding services at "

.i i place 's 308 town Washington Titusville Ave., down. be Wednesday the regular:night monthly at 7:00 Missionary : will. Good. Shepherd Lutheran, Church w + 1 I Ir o rj rjf rjk44

meeting church choir +
Sunday school Is set for 10
jl will hold rehearsal REV. ARNOLD F. CLAUS
following the
of worship a.m. and worship at 11. Evangelistic service d

: service will be at 7 p.m. .
-- -- -- --- -- -- ,
Rev F. J Catei, Jr, and his -,,;, -I- L2
.. t
::1.L. Evangelistic party will be visiting '

L in the morning service Services \ / ta S ERVI CES ;; iooo; e 1+

WVo each night at 7:30: will be \tl ; \
WELCOMI held in the big tent on Churchof

God property, Hopkins Ave. !.< '
:'b 'i'
+ llr 7ra There will be only one service ...... ;p :
? a ..rptr.k, Sunday under the tent, at 2:45: .
p.m. announced Joseph N. Dan 1' C
ie, Pastor First Baptist r1 srautrw "s'c"rp ,v ,
N+LLa 1

I I r Church of Mims 11 H0' .a 1

First Methodist Church, Titusville JOSEPH E. BOATWRIGHT, Pastor ; t ,

Announce '"RESURRECTION. MIRACLE or MYTH i rise r

11 A. M. SUNDAY, MARCH 21th '=
Worship Services \ "
i Three Morning SUNDAY SCHOOL . . 9:45: A.M. J\5\ .
EASTER .I I i w in t i 4A

WHAT A '0 sgat

i( 8:30: 9:45: 11:00 SAVIOR"I I 5.4 ..

East.* Canitia.By 4/ vsltA6r

Strmoni "From Tragedy To Triumph" 11,$ John P.ttrsonv a ;I 1.aAlr St. Teresa's Catholic: Church:

(Cl1oo: o'clock atrvlce broadcast ever Radio Station WRMF) > k 7,30 P.M. Sunday. I -. :

< March 29th. t ;"Iwrn.4ooCondltlors.d rs.usa U. NO.1 1 i OJIflWAY FATHER JOHN B. O'HARE .
Thr. Choirs 1.30 Yomlh Choir P9nvN79 ...,('J MI 1 S. -
't-/.. .
9:45 Fifth Grid Choir a
Adult Choir S V Hf"" tftT1 .Jioo-" r-.a (( Only I Minutes Irons (cs.. Adjoining) I Column For Holy W..k Schedule)
11:00: >. End Of Your' Soarch. For' A FrUndJy Chorea'' r.c::. Ownwn Tltuivltle I


i -Pao. -B Tttvivlll (1Flerldal; Sfir Advocate Friday, March V, 1W fl flI

CHURCH NEWS OF THE WEEK Easier (Cantata At First Baptist I

The combined Young People the piano. Soloists will be Mrs @w lfOO
,, and Adult Choirs will present John Washburn and Mrs Will @
-- -
John W Peterson's Easter cantata Holladay, soprano, Miss Nancy :
1st Missionary falls at sundown of Saturday "No Greater Love" at both West and Mrs. Joyce Wicks alto,
M.rclt! 28. In obedience to
Mission the 8:30 and 11:00: o'clock morning Mr Eldon Raley and Mr. Lynn
Baptist this we have arranged to hold a : services March 29! l'Jo4 Shepard, tenor, and Mr Arthur
First: Missionary Baptist toting celebration beginning at Peterson has dune a remark Moore and Mr James Spencer,

Church of lotion River City, EIder 8.00 p.m.Sunday. able job in composing this cantata baritone. @
@lf @ [ID
at 3:00: p.m., a Public
around the crucifixion

(Howard services Thornton as ,followsIffi pastor,: announces Hible Lecture will of be the held Watch by arepresentative centered of Christ and the greatest narrator Dr. W. and S Ilardin Dean will Terrene be .''jthe is

Sunday: 9:4:1: : a.m., Sunday Ingredient;: in all the umvcrso-- the director *."
School with clashes for all ages, tower Society, R Fine, who Love He said of this work, "For I
,1}] nursery provided, 11:00: am., will speak on, "Dues God favor me it 'was a joyous privilege: Indeed The Nursery will be ope7 children for \
services for ,
A Union of Ml\ Religions Following anothercantata both of the wiri
morning worship service; 6:30I to be able to write .
r 'it I p.m., Baptist Training Course, the lecture at 4:1:IS p.m., using this &glorious: ages through three. You arkin? i
at either the 01:31.1or
vitcd to worship :
classes for all ages, 1:30: p.m?, the weekly Bible study will be theme." '''lePr'
hour ant
11:30: o'clock :
evening worship conducted on the subject, "Of The church has just recently this special Easter music. ,
-.. Cottage: Prayer Meetings!:: each Which God Are You A Witness purchased new robes for these III,
night: at 1:30: March 30 thru Every Tuesday, at 8:00: p.m., choirs and they will be used for tit '
April 4, preceding ]Revival mother Bible study Is held on, the first t time (In presenting this'! Easter Sunrise : w /
Monday: Johnson home, 345 'Babylon The Great Has Fallen, Easter cantata. i
Palm and Merritt home, 240 Gray Coda Kingdom Rules." Those who will be sin1:Ing Sunday
Ave.; Tuesday: Edwards home, Thursday, at 730: p.m., the morning arc Mr Walter A" Service Al Crop
118 Taylor and Shartzcr home, Theocratic Ministry School I is dorson. Mr Ed Callon, Mr an,I The Paradise Key
; :205'! ColeruUe; ; Wednesday' : at held, followed at 830( p.m. by Mrs Doug! Blotker. Mr. ant Mr' Come see what thousands hailed last weekend at the *
Church; Thursday:: Froemnn( the! weekly Sci vice Meeting. James Crutthficld, Mrl. iletty; Drive-In theatre: $| J 490
: Avilcz and (Hatch Goodnight, Mr Fred KannilMr /.
home, 223:! : General Development's new "Ports of the Sun" Homes. I
home 1603 Shelly Place; Friday: Don NoNon:! biro Mary!
Tindall home, 210 Gray Ave anl) Book Of( Poems Parker Mrs. Ruth Robbing Mr Easter Sunrise worship sei; lce 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, urport ,
5 Morris home, 475 Abbot, Satur Bill Smith, Mrs Dean Torrcnce, will be held at 6:00: o'clock Sunday
day: Church under the direction Mrs Miriam Walker and Mr morning at the Crown Drive-
t of Bro Richard Shartzcr Also Among New Bill Woodward In Theatre north of Tllusyjlle, T
e Work Day at the Church SaturI Mrs Nancy Ccaricy, 61Ls: Jane: through the courtesy of the own W OO @oolYDO
I day Everyone bring lunch and Dean, Misa Barbara (lend'rsan, ers and managers of the The ter D
,.. come prepared to work all day Library Books Miss Molly Hodge. Miss! Annclte .. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
i* Northcutt, Miss !Mary\ Virginia of Titusville will sponsor this
Quarlcs, Miss Linda Sechrcst hour of worship. The Rev ArnoldF.
:.: Grace Baptist The following; new books have Mire Judy Smith, Miss Claus, pastor of Good Sh'p.h'rd

:, Services f fojc Grace Baptist( born added at the Titusville Donna Thomas, Mr Wortham will deliver the sermon,
,1 Church +nN.1\ ) held In the Community Public Library, according to Heard, Mr Hollu Whitaker. Mr "The Importance of Christ's ,fiesurrection @& &oo e &
: Church Building( !. Old Dixie Mrs Jean Swldzinski, librarian: Gary Iledrlck and Anita Garri ." Text from the F I st
Highway, as 'follows': Adult: Poems for Pleasure by son. Epistle of Paul the Apostlo t to
: Dible 5rhool,10:00 a.m. A special Herman M[ Ward;; The Innocent Accompanying the choir will he the Corinthians, Chapter 15, cr '
h Easter Sunday School pro Dreamers by Alice Thdtle Hobart Mrs. W. S. Hardin at the console sea 12.20. :
gram will be conducted, with ; Why England Slept by John organ end Mrs M. L. Gowan at The anthem "Christ the llrd' qv

,I. film-strip?;.shown- 'entitled "TheResurrextfon F. Kennedy; A Graveyard Plot ------ Is Risen Today; Alleluia!" wilf,be
:: of .Jesus Christ." by Margaret Erskln; Drug Guide sung by the Good Shepherd Choir, -
j,. Three Illustrated hymns will be 1959 by Dr. E. F. Stelnmctz; Happy Hollihters at Sea Gull and a solo, "As It Began f toDawn" '
the suffering Rome and the Romans by Grant Beach by Jerry West; Physician I
!I"sung! each depicting by Mrs Lisa Simpson,
deatJ.pDd, Resurrection. A Showcrman, PhH; Love Is the to the Children Dr Aaa Sthiek i r a'' a i lJ I Ii
\ Coffee and doughnuts will,be q0 ill elti
flannclgraph lesson will climax Winner by Gail Everett. by Iris Noble; The Lost Half served at the concession flowing !: i ir
Hour, Eulalio Stclnmetz, edit /
the service. Two guns to Avalon by Barry the service by Walthcr League ; ,
I At the \l a m morning service, Cord, This High/ Man The life !In our Church by Sara U. and Lutheran Women's 'Missionary i
1 Pastor John Margcne: will preach of Robert !II. Goddard by Milton Klein; Buckskin Brigade by Jim League: members of Goad
Tomb". Mrs[ Kjelgaard; What is One by '
on "Therhylypty Lehman; Foundations of Scienceby Shepherd. The Bayview) Key>r
Margene, JrtdjfiMargene' and Norman Robert Campbell; Nancy Pictures Dingman. Visual Watson geography; FinlandIn ;: : A portion of the offering will be 15 homes were sold at Port Malabar during the opening week
Miss Carolina 'Platt will renderi The Nongraded;: High School by given to the North Brevard Rehabilitation $12 690
series of gospel san;:a duringthe B. Frank Brown A History of scries, Find Out by Touching by Center .from that
; designs
service Paul Showers, Herbert the Lion bring a new individuality to the Cape area. I
Firearms by Harold L. Peterson;
Youth meeting.. 6:00: p.m.I by Clare Turiay Newberry; The *
American Folk Songs for Children 2 bedrooms 2 baths, carport
Trail to Santa Fe adapt. by Eu PADS Big Supply, at
I I At the 7.00: p.m |evening gospel by Ruth Crawford Seeger; LEGAL .
hour Pastor Margcne will con gene Dunlop; The Pled Piper by the Star-Advocate Office
Illustrators Children's
of Ewks
r tinue his series on "The Christian 1774-1915, compiled by Bertha E. AI Graham.

Life. Mid In.week John"service. at 7 p,m., will Mahony @(ill@[}{] @ U @
L feature studies In Colosslans. Also have: The Second Coming
Thursday, 6:30 p,m., Bible Cl ib of Christ; The Spirit World; '
and) Mrs Rightly Dividing the Word {h-,
\\1\ meets at home of Mr. ; The I Like To Read
I. Book of Daniel The /
'+ Charles Denman, 'Temple Heights. ; Book of

s.*:: !in Revelation the World; ;Disptnsatlonal by Clarence<< Parkin Truth. Other People's Mail? ', t'rl '

: \ Juvenile: War Whoops and [}{] @ [ID

.:: held Jehn(it following the=.h'.Kingdom. *I. WitnessesThe program Hall,to 1422 r* Charles Medicine Boys: The Ilofman Songs Mystery,; compiled The at Devil'sPaw Hardy by VfATCH MONDAY'S PAPER! I @ @ @

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March 27, 1 M Tltv 4vllt4> (rMerlda) Stir Advocate -- Pigs !-!
I it TRI: rimrrn COURT or TRI: IJf THE: CIlfVIT COfKT OF Till: has been. filed against you" aid you lorirr or tiTr.iTtoi Tit
MSTII: JIUMMI. ('111' If, IXAMI IINTII! oIlUII\L elRCLIr 1"1 are required. to serve a copy of vour HX.MTr.H ritTiriOlll:! I
not invited" .%i'i'LITIOTO FOR HKhVAHU tt Ot .XT > .\1 FUR '111"(81)' ( ill\T5. answer or pleading to the complainton In compliance with House Bill I
NoTittc: !: or
felt waiting fur I.OKI II \ rLOHIIIl.M the tilalntlffa Attorneys, Will- No. UTS. Chapter Number MOOd,
I like two cents .H''T" I'I..I r
11 j CONCERN,: IS ill.\MKHi: Xt.t7H.lll. tlatSkkY(1.110.15 lama '* Uelllch. 4-4 Grant Place, PO Law of Florida. Aola of 1W1. the
change. I will never be able to TO .WHOM IT MAY of the NOTIt: >n< .: Tlii ..! II'S: \ IIIARLKOIWl'un Don all Melbourne, Florida, and un..I..n..1. will register wltn the
Notice la hereby given Intention
MISTER BREGIR DONOV1N H. BB.N013T: ) HAVING BANK, file the original answer. or pleadingIn Clerk of the Circuit Court la Bre*
look that In the face agalc.: of C. B. KINQMAN lu
girl .p. I'lalnlltfKLVIRA a MaasnahuMlt: aavlnge hank the office of the Clerk nf the yard County, Florida, upon receipt
... he did ply to the Board of County Cnmmleaionere Plaintiff Circuit Court Hrevard County of proof of of
xYy L.ww rn. IY41. .N eM ee.rr3.21 / Wasn't that a dirty thing of llrevard County )Florid, v. publicatto lhlenotice
BENOUT va. Courthouse., Tltuavllle, Florida, on or the following fictitious
to me. How can I protect myself at the county. courthouae o'llm at niuavllle DefendantTO HARRY MASTER: and SYLVIA before the :2'th day of April, 1M: 4.I name., to-wlt: "DANKNBURO 1
i8 against falling into such a trap in Florid, at 10:00: thenufteraa ,k on : ELVIRA BKNO1ST NASTKR.: hla wife I If you fall to do ao, Judgment by 1t :ALT1'" under which I am an.
April 81b. 1'JUt. or ai coon
P. O. Box 103\ Defendant default will b. taken agalnat you for gatnd I. Roal Relate' Brokerage. at
I the future? D-4 Petitioner. may be beard i I" vacate thf. relief demanded. In the Com J.1t South W..hln.loft Avenue, TI.
certain portions. of the f,"Mowing Ft. Sumner New Mexico TO: Harry Naster and Sylvia. Naa-
2: Dear D-4: Every person has a* Plata In Brevard Counu Mvr- You are hereby notified, that a ter hla wife plaint. tunville 'lorlda. and that the under'algned
?$ This notice ahall be publliihed ,
I Complaint for Divorce haa been ItMtdeme unknown I. the only p.r.oD 1,1..I.d
least When ask Ida to..11It. : once each week for four. conaecutlveweek ID aeld. bllolne..
one good quality. a) That portion of the Pint of filed agntn.t. you and you are raqulrod Ton are hereby notified that a
In Plar" -Adovcate. Tltuavllle.
ed for a "frank opinion" say LaGrange aa shown at pugs to nerve .a copy 0' your An. complaint to foreclose a certain Dated at Tltuavllle Florida tide U
in of J. O. )'r..... Township awrr or Pleading. 10 It.. Compl.lntOD mortgage on th. following described Florida day of March A.D. 1116- .
ORDERED at Titusyule
something positive. the PI.lntlff' John. A. to-wlt C. W.
Plat located In the NM '. of .1I0rn.y. property Danenbursr
Your destructive remarks reflected NW'. of 8WH of Becson: l< :n, Reed. 478 Ballard Drive Knit:: Uallle! All that certain. piece. parcel, or March, Florida 11)04.Curtis) thi lllh day of March 2)) :ft April .. 10, (rr//.) 144.If .
Township 21 80., Kanir :JS Florida, and file the orlclnsl An- loci of land .1111.1. In the R Barnea
cI poorly on the man's taste. East located West of In,. railroad ewer or Pleading In the ofttio of County of Sr.v.rd and Stale ur Clerk Circuit Court
right of way except! the the Clerk of Circuit Court on orb..ror. Florida, described u foil.......
You wielded a double-edged axe
county road acroai the nrui,>. the IlIh day of April. I'M.': LOT 1, "!.lICK K, of HII I Kit- Brevard County Florida. I f you have rental
and lost two friends in the pro arty presently dealgnai.,1,. I ,, If you fall to du ao, judgment by WOOD PARK! :. SECTION: f, according Hy V rt Spastic
LaUranie Road and that road default. will b. taken against you / to the Pint thereof. recorded Deputy. Clerk
I cess. railroad rlghl of for the relief demanded I" theComplalnL In Plat Book U, 'SEAL:
the :
vY. i along way at PaveUl housing list it in
10 Frl 1M4.DD1NG .
and designated on the attachedtracing .of the Public Records, >ifllrevard Mar :20 27, Apr. 5. ( ) ,
aa Railroad Street l (COURT BEAD County Florida; to-
t Ann Landers will be glad to Croon the aforementionedcounty CURTIS R. BARNES,; ether with the following. ,,<< equipmeol \ MACHINE ROLLS, only The Star-Advocate!
} to help you with your problem road to what I. now Clerk of Circuit Court :
the Brevard Lumber Cnmpaaw : V. 8. Spangter DC IIUIIl-ln Surface 1nlt. Oven. and 25c earn at tile Star-Advocale
Send them to her in care of this on the north boundary aaldPlat. Mar..Yb, 20, 27 ,1)'rl.:) 1164. He.le.

newspaper enclosing a stampej, Office

self-addressed envelope. (b) The Plat of the Iw-SulMllvla-\
Ion of Rldgewood. recorded, in.
flat. Book 7 M and
ix TIIK: IK'll ir rut itr or rut: described aa follows pace: WU CANT MARRY BESIDES IP BE TOO OLD FOR JILTED

? MNTII' JIUllltl lIKllir. IXAMI beginning at the UK: >'ornero. ME,DITTO.I'M ALREADY YOU, AND VOU CAN'T' AT
FOR east \KI tot NT's ,
the SW' Section 28 Town- FOUR
1 f f ,1 r.a LOKIII\.. ship 21 Mouth Range .,;> K:, MARRIED MARRY YOUR
IX Cll %,( rRNO.: 'TtI'Iti thence N U* 24' W. JIN7 WHEN I GROW OWNMOTHER/
:o.tHIt K TO IIKr' : .., .. theme 8 80* 39' K: to In.. rightof << UP I'M' GOINGTOWARRYVOU j 1q
KIDQENVOOD DAV1NUS RANK a way of the branch line,
.0..w domeatla banking corporation. the F, E. C. R. R.1 thence. > ,
PUIntlft.V 26* E to the south line >".f aani MOM
Section 28; thence Weat..rlv trt 1

"Nothing serious be shot his lirst bolo 1B ARLEEN M. PAYNE a wl.low.. the point of beginning. HHnu
-one . Defendant.TO 6 acres more or l ipso. Kxn: i I'>tl4j p
: ARLEEN M. PAYNEResidence however from the ..boU || 1 6 nO
Unknown foot itrlp designated. Dixie
YOU] ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED: Highway of State Road No 4. P
that a suit to foreclose a Mortgage. Also except iota di-nlgllal! Wand
hu been tiled against/ you In the. 17. Block 1. Plat M ok,7, d
above Court by the above named at page 4, not Included In IrH* sec.
.I '
Plaintiff. Th property .uught to be "lat. Iand i ,r'Ii '
foreiloaed I.I as follow.:
Lot C, Block M fceitlnn, J-3 to return the aald land tn acne.ago .
HOWE GARDENS SUBDIVISION for the purpoae of taxation and
to vacate, abandon and cloaiaril, "'0
LandersDon't plat thereof a*
Ann according to
recorded; ; In Plat Hook U. Pane atreeta Included In salt portions,. ., C

a W, Public Records, of Urevard said aubillvliilon 1'1'
County Florid DATED thi* 19lh day of WOULPNT IT J
March 1M4.
YOU ARE RrWIRED to fill '
your Answer with the CI.rk d' the C. B KINOMANBy MEETING HER GUESS THAT'S BE FUNNY IF
Fight It Court and to nerve a copy upon Charles F. Broom. := I CANT HAVE UNDERTUECLOCJ( EVERYONE'SFAVORITE EVERYONE INI

the Plaintiffs' ,Attorney 210 South. FKgBU Washington ANATHAN3ON of Holland Crofton him Brewer attorney& "' LUNCH WITH YOU AT THE PICK WICK TOWN DECIDED HILARIOUS?

Avenue Tltuiivllle, Florida, not Mar 20, 27
later than April 21, 1M4! If you fall MEETING THE SAME ,, l b

Dear Ann Landers: I love my thing about fuel-pump trouble. I to do io, a decree..In.t pro you confeaao fur. the willlief'de'iriand'ed r.- MY WIFE 4 I PAY/ >}, !

husbanj l but sometimes he acts checked the mileage on the car In the Complaint g
WITNESS mv hand and teal of
like such a donkey I could die of and discovered it had traveled 90 raid Court at Brevard County thU ti t

', embarrassment. Please tell me miles.I 18 day of March 191>4. v
Curtis R. Barney "
what to do about a man who told him we knew he lied but Clerk of Circuit Court y :

\ thinks he can tell jokes. he can't figure out how we knew. By: Portia Deputy Hall Clerk

For 25 years I have sat by, Shall we tell him? lie reads your (Court Seal)
Mar 20. 27. Apr. 3 10 (Frl) 1964.
like a saint, while he butchers column every day and says fran
1 lo TUB f'I HO I If ct'KT OK TilE
stories beyond recognition. The old hag you do all right. XlXm oIl ltl\l. IHIIIT INAXI ti I II

worst is when he goes In for dia What is fair punishment for the > KK ItKKtAHl: ( Ol'o.T\: ,

lects. I've told him thousand boy US r'1.0HIII
a <'!! tt mMl.. 'T911

times that a poorly told dialect Dear Us: If Bob reads this column NORMAN E. EMERSON,; r1 r1f
joke is an Insult to the people he every day he'll KNOW how .v.- MR. SAFECRACKER I THA'c OI'YD ATAPB RECORDER]

is trying to imitate. you know. Make a pedestrian out MART F. EMERSON, THINK BIG COULD PRCAK / TAKCN o

Once he told an Able and Izzy of the kid for one month and you XOTItK: or stir Defendant. WITH ALL (INTO IT,>OU / ANOTHER g PTHk

story in the presence of a distinguished can tell him "the old hag" let TO: MARY F. EMERSON The big thing about any MONEY KNOW A PPECAUTIONARy 0yOUIVtVEIN
147 Weit Sixth Street Insurance policy you buy MEASURE! 0 ,
Hebrew philosopher andI him off easy South Boston. Manachuertt. 1 I. not the price you PlY, tSAFEARE

I wanted to sink through the YOU ARE: HEREBY NOTIFIED but the service you jet YOUR WAIL, jYOUOAF toy ( 0
that a complaint for divorce baa T 1
from I
floor lie even tries Chinese. I've Dear Ann Landers: Please tell been lied against you. and you are your aftnt. For the RAID I
but in service "thi Ik r .
d' ) big"and
to a
hereby required serve copy
the pained expressions on
seen me why people ask for your your .n.wor 0. other pleading to get an Aitna Casualty >- _

the faces of the others when my honest opinion and then get mad the complaint on the plaintiff a attorney. policy with thl P.S.- :
starts with "Have William C. Irvin Attorney traonal Service
husband you when give it. .
.. you at Law 820 North Atlantic Avenue
heard the one about ? asked Cocoa Beach t lor Ida. and to file the cz
Yesterday a me original answer or other pleading
This man is not a fool. He is a to tell him what I thought of the In the office 0' the Clerk 0' the g GROUI
and successful business Circuit Court on or before the 21al 317
respected woman he is going with. I told day of April. IBM. If you fall to doo =

man. a faithful and generous husband him I regarded the girl as a a decree pro confeiao will be KEEL ..

and a fine father. The only cheap little gold-digger, conniv- entered DUNG. against AND ORDERED you .t Tltuiivllle INSURANCEAGENCY. co z DON'T THINK IVB UIVEC3 WITHHIvFORVEAR3 ALLtVEGOTB; HE EVEN GIVE3 STRANGER'S 1 ."

thing wrong with him is the joke. Brevard County. Florida, this Q MR.A&ERNATH1LIKE.4 / : THIS MEA&ty PERCH BETTERACCOMAAODATIONS THAN rVEj ), 1
log self-centered and far be.
so 18th day of March 1H! >4. MEVERYMUO7. WITHNOTIIh d 70SITONDAYa '
Please tell whatI .
telling thing. me
neath him socially: I can't under. CI'RTIS! R BARNES. CLERKOF 705FIOWFORIT AND NIGf IT'!' O \
do about it. Thank
can you. stand why he spends so much BY! THE Bertie CIRCUIT HallDeputy COURT 201 Magnolia Avenue OC l\\ uIFh

WEARY WOMAN time with her. He replied, "Well, Clerk I I. R. C. 267.7121 ))
(Court Seal) )1
Dear Woman: If this has been
she is planning a party to an. /William C. Irvin XCTM CASUALTY i II I
going on for 25: years he Isn't go. WILLIAM C. IKVIN 6 ii
nounce our engagement In a few Attorney for Plaintiff IIID lUMTT COMMNVMTFOm '
ing to change. So give up. Ob weeks. Now that I know year X'O North Atlantic Avenue COHNtCTICOT

he has Cocoa Beach, Florida
viously, many
qUalitieS'' opinion of her I'll see that you are Marti ;ill, 27. Apr :3. 10 'I"rl.l 191.
you wouldn't change

world. Meantime, the powder i .

room is always a convenient es L ,

cape listen.hatch if you can't bear to TELEVISION GUIDEFriday nss ee v a

Dear Ann Landers: Our 17- --- --- -<
:MIIHT ':30 Ch 3 Clrlndl' a.elMYWMw..ar.M'Ye r-y 7.97a
year-oIJ son told us a lie and we (:.00 Ch. 2 Flahlni: Ch. a Arrant and Trial

don't know how to handle it. Ch. S New., Hportn, Weather.. 1.00: t..h..2 "una".aCb.
MIIM I 'r /:.1S Ch. 1 N...., ilurl., WvalberK 4 Judy Garland,
Bob gets the car one evening; 8:00: Ch. ( Newa. Hporta, WeatherCh. : Ch. 6 Waahlnaiton Report 10:00: C h. 2 ltresklhruughCh
a wct'k. We expect him to tell ui S Newa. Spurt, Weaver (:.30: Ch. S Miller Jod: 4 Candid Camera
Ch. 1 Guy Lombardo Ch. 1 Htoney Burke
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where he is going with whom, 410: Ch. 8 New, Spurts 6:49 Ch. 2 N..... Haniler,, Vanocur7.1X1 10:30: Ch 6 What My LlneT 4j'1
and when he will be home. lIe 1:8': '> Ch. a Newa. Huntlry-Brinkley : Ch. 2 Clrcua Boy 11:30: Cb. 2 New, Sports, VVeither
Cb. 1 Central Florida Ch 1 News lIarrr n"'DIIDr
6:43: : Ch a Newa. Weather _
pays for the gas out of his allow. 7Ul Ch 2 Silent Service Bhowcaaa 110: Cb. / ABC News Reports
the Ch 6 Wyatt Earp Ch. 6 !Sea! Hunt 11:16: Cb. / Movie 'Chicken EverySunday" : 5 ,
ance and washes car once .1 _
7.30 Ch. 2 Ueuteoant
Ch 8 Lawbreakere : b N
week. 7:30 Ch 2 International Showtlmu Ch. ( Jackie Ulcaion 11:30:: Ch. 2 Peter Ollnft ii: \
Ch 6 Great Adventure Ch. Hootenanny 11:40: Cb. / Keyhole
Last Friday D.')!) said he anti( Ch. 9 Deiitry 8:30 Cb. 2 Joey BishopCh. ;

his buddy were taking; two inters 1:30 Ch 2 Bob Hope ( Uefeadara Monday
Cb. 1 Lawrence Welk
Ch 6 Route I.
to a movie. He promised to( be Ch. S Burke'a Law 8 m Ch. 2 Movie -Wild Jtll,..." Z I I ;: ( {.

home at 12:30( a.m. which would ':30 Ch 2 That that wae waa the Week 1:30: Ch.Ch. /6 Phil Hollywood Silvers Palace (.15 Ch. 2 fcun.liuie MOMS III ft AlmanauC Q s0. i _4 > _w ew

have given them plenty of time Ch t Twilight Zone 10:00: Ch. 8 Qunsmoke 'h. 4 Sunshine Almaniau. %
10:00 Ch 2 Jack 1'aar 10:3D Ch. 8 Battle Line 6.30: ('h 2 World Clvlllaatlun
for an 8:30: movie and a snack Ch II Alfred Hitchcock 11.U) Ch. News Sport" Weather Cb. ( Munrlae Memestir _

later. Cb S Boxing, Hobo Olion vaWayue 11:1': Ch. Movie "ataie. )'rhh'" Too: Ch. 2 Today
Thornton 11:IS r":1: News. K wOe. Weather Ch. I Operation Alphaunl D:: I I' 0.3gl.
Dad and I heard Bob pull In at : -
10:43: Ch Make that Spare Ch. 9 Movie "ExpreaaoSunday 7.30: Ch / Film. Ke.turea ..... '
1:30. He said nothing the next 11:00 Ch 2 Newa, Sports, Weather Hon.o" Ch. 9 Mlckle .:v.n. \
Ch. < New., Sport.. Weather 11:45: C5o. 2 Movie "home In 7:58: Ch. 4 N..., Weather G. C t. J l jv'e
morning( until I asked him why Cb I New., Bob Young Ind la n." 1:00: Cb. 4 Captain Kangaroo 13' ( r

he got in late. lie mumbled some- 11-10: Ch. I Newa. Bporta. Weather 1:341: Ch. / Cartoon. I
11:20: Ch C Editorial (:.00 Ch. 2 Divorce Court
11:21: Ch. 6 Movie Ch. 4 American History
Ch. t Weather MOKMM., Ch. ( Exercise for Women
11:30: Ch. J Johnny CarsonCh. SO Ch. I That I May See (:15 ('n I Cartoon
> Maverick Ch. Gospel Caravan 1:311: Ch. 4 Homper Room
FLOR DAT9HEATRE I .- >::00 Ch. 2 You Are There 10:00: Ch. 3 Hay When
Ch. 1 British Calendar Ch. 4 Newa. Mike Wallace
Saturday Ch. 8 I>avey and Unllalh 1":28" : ('h. 2 Newa, Edwin Newman
(:.IS Ch. a Industry on ParadeCh. 10:30: Ch. 2 Word for Word
T TITUSVILLE Adventure Time Ch. 4 I Love Lui vth.
MONNI\6 (30 t n.I e nacre 0 ,'pol! Hour December Bride .t1ii&S Z
1:30: Ch. ( Sundae Semester Ch. I This la the Life 11.00: ('h 2 Concentration a
1:50 ONLYI! :5 na A
IN COLOR TII4I: Ch. < Qrower'a Almanac Ch. ( Word of Life Ch. 4 McCoy. ;
T.30: Ch. I One-Way Mirror 10:00: Ch. 2 Wire Service Ch. ( Price la RlKht
"Goliath And The Ch. t R,ro.M IdFloridaI Ch. a Easier Muslo 11:30: Ch. 2 Mlsalnai Link
:00 Ch. I Acro. the Fence Ch. I Church In the Home Ch. 4 Pet and Gladys THEY WONT MUfVf Dill WHEN T -- Sil SLATS \ NO--HP AIRS?
Sins Of Babylon"IN Ch.. a Captala KangarooCh. 10.30: Ch. I Discover, '64 Ch. I Object) I I.. &L>/ "S I TILL 'EW-VMTINS A BEAUTIFUL ft/11. ANYWSR!, )NAVE SWUM PEST??
I 30 ('h. (2 Robin Rocky Hood Jones 11:00: Ch. 2 Eaatar III... APTEMYoos: .ea \ ;?VV =, LIKf THIS UNDER WATER AM) iiAVINAV CHARLIS J FAR FROM UC ,'
.: Ch. 8 Eaater Service 12.00 Ch. 3 Your Fleet lmpreslon 'i MtRlEAO MONTO-WhetJ T
Ch. I Major Mercury Ch ( Church Meerla1rRNIIGS Ch. 4 Love of Lit -
COLOR-7:00.10:10 ,
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Alvin 12:00: Ch. 2 Revival Tim 12:21: Ch. 4 Nave, Robert Trout
"Samson And The gins: ('h. 2 Ruff and Pedily Ch. C One-Wav Mirror UJO:: Ch. 1 Truth or ConanqueaoeeCh.
Ch. < Tenneaaee Tusedo Ch. ( Faith for Today 4 Search for TomorrowCh.
Slave Queen"TONITE I Ch. t Superman 12:30 Ch. 2 Oral Roberta ( rather Know Beet.
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'.i. i-II TDv vtfl. (Florida) SIsr d AdVoeaf Friday, March 27, 1964

I Classified Ads Bring Cash For Spring Buying. Try. 'Em. 2670331CLASSIFIED TODAY'S BEST

For Least GLAMOR GIRLS For Sale! Help Wanted Insurance REAL ESTATE

MODERN OFFICE building suit.
able for professional use. Six BUYS

t>fiAt>LlNH I p."'. D.y Btfat offices, furnished or unfurnished furniture clearance sale.greatly Wide reduced selection for, WANTED PART-Tlme Bookkeep.
Fubllcttkm Far W.d, It Tr\\ all or part plus large show
era for 3 to 4 hours in the eve Inc.
2111 St., Nidy Shopping
II A.M. 8aU For Mot. Publication Off street parking. Located
room. ning: If Interested! please send ISO-Rare speculation opportun
Route No, :9V Indian Center. 267-5733 or 267-1926. 2001 So. Ave. l line.
on resume to Personnel Manager, Washington ity. 133 acres on county
WANT AD RATES River City. Call Confetti Realty, ,REFRIGERATOR, .4 TRAILER Post Office Box 82. Titusville, Phone 267-6120 Close to Indian River and
UlnlmtfA S cU Chart pp t word* Mo Realtors 267-1251. 2 gas bottles, Box Kennawa Florida. Only experienced book. new canal site. Priced at $275
J, Road, Turn off U.57Ci 1 on Deles- keepers need apply. per acre. ,We also have a 25
For Rent pine, :2 roads south of Orlando Lost acre parcel joining the south
ALL 6LAastnxo ADS Utilities, left one block and rightto SECRETARY, BOOKKEEPER, cold of these 153 acres, which
permanent position with I established extends to the Indian River.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCEat FOR RENT house. : LOST BLACK female eat heart.
Xdt blllb.4 Account l construction company 287- broken children. Country Club Priced at Jll.Soo with open
floor Sanders, Polisher EASTER BUNNIES 2902. Heights. Reward. 2675442. terms.
Putmel/ 1st house south of school. _
:SUMifltd: Display l Rat. Available Phone AM[ 73255 MALI HELP WANTED 113-10 acres of elbow room.
.. (Grover Wright, Mim
Iqu.It Ii :.. Mobile Homes
Has home
--- 2 bedroom some
Tb. 8tar-Advocat the
reiervei OUTLET
>rlYll t. of f.vlilh. or rejecting FACTORY PAINT NEW 1964 COLOR T.V. $:!SUO GUS FAULK CHEVROLET is now citrus, chicken yard. Land is
any fcdreMMtalnrt which. It de m. Baldwin Shopping Center AW. T. plus service. Buy EmI taking applications for experienced TRAILERS FOR SALE Cleared And well drained. Located
elaeililoUea objectionable el and U change, tbe APARTMENTS FOR ReNT Wholesale. T.V Service Center, Chevrolet mechanics. See 3 miles west of Mima.\

lka OM"fod any tc a adveKlMmentfrom >> cotform to toy'a ,h_2115 Garden St.,_2673883. Service Manager. TRAILER WITH home-like addit- Priced at only $1895 per acre.
tbe !folic, ef thlf paper. FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS closein ion. Close in town on nice lot. 196 Large building lot with
The Star-AflVecata will Bel bertupcrteible efficiencies, weekly monthly FENDER PRECISION electric ROUTE SALESMAN, cash bond Total price, $1350. phone 267- -
trees in Mills.\ 250(
Spruce x 195
tat mar. than between 2-6 .
Incorrect -
is. i base guitar. Blonde finish with required. Apply p m. 6441.
air conditioned 417 Julia
Ineerllon I Hot will It bliable1 rates fender leather Foremost Dalres, Norwood Ave. feet deep. Paved;! street to
.Accessories! plus
f r any trror IA adrertlte Street.
UTILITY TRAILER. 4x8, all property. Reduced to $2550 for
case. Base guitar, list price $279 I
menu to a frtaUr extent ;
lbs doet of tbe epaee' occupied' by I EFFICIENCY!: SEPARATE entrance ''S guitar case, list price $60; worth GRANTS NEEDS salesmen for ap. steel, hTI r1Itfrafl Oh: Llndstrom. quick sale.
tbe Item IB tbe aarertli m..nl.BuilioM : < Inquire 803 Bobbins AVe. rII near $350, sacrifice at $200. Excellent Guaranteed pliance and TV department.commis 202-25 acres due east of Minis
salary plus
condition. Call Ron, 267- with waterfront and fish
sion. Company benefits, group 28 FOOT SCHULTZ. 1 bedroom,
after 7 camp. Priced at $2000 per
Office 18 Mala Blreet 0331 or p.m.
Garden Street Trailer
health insurance, retirement Court, In.
with down
29"i hal
Dial AM 7-0831 acre 5
Of flee Hour 1:00: t. 1:116: ) : PALM HOUSEAPARTMENTS ? -RNITURE 3 room of fbi benefits no experience neces quire trailer 17. yrs. @ 8%.
1 furniture. 3 piece bedroom suite. sary. We will train. No phone
C lou _ty.koo I..I964..W e""" __ .1 7 piece dinette all only $13.83 calls, interviews 0P1rtf-5 p.m. 2 ROOM TRAILER, with partial 403-2 adjacent lots on pavedstreet
: Animals 01. month. Decor Furniture, 206 -Apply W. T. Grants Plaza.: bath, $450. Dixie Trailer Park, in Spruce Hills, Mims.
"WhatTl You let your watch stop?!" N.per Magnolia Avenue, Indian Rlv.I Lot 1, Frank B. Rosenbaum. 80 x 200 $1850( and 100 X 200 -
I CITY FIREMEN Career positionsopen 2000. Residential section,
ARC 'tOY POODLE black l temporlry Some Furnished er City. Phone 2677613. in Titusville Fire Depart. CABANA AND TRAILER lot, must Cleared and ready for build

snots, trained. Call 267' Children Welcome! CE FILTER FLO, automatic wash- ment. Applicants must be high sell. Fenced yard. 267-7481. ing.
: For Rent For Sale 1 er, good working condition, $55 school graduates between ages 55 FT. x 10 ft. 2 bedroom mobile 589-Two adjacent parcels on

COCKER-POOS, CLASSY!! popular, Titusville, So. U. S. 1 I or what have you to trade. 267- 21 31, in good physical condition home, screened in patio. $2300 U.S. No. 1. These parcels are
ideal pet, $25 ton, 267-0730. HOUSES FOR RENT COLUMBIA EX R- YCLE, like e:' 1489. and of high moral char. equity for $1.000 and take over separated by Richey Road
new, phone 267-3612. acter. Applications tt central 267-7186 after which gives two useful cor
: Boats' Grove For Sale fire station, 513 Palm Ave. One has 188 ft.
For Sajrtj. UNFURNISHED in whispering 3 BEDROOM. IVi BATH, screen KENMORE AUTOMATIC washer, ners. parcel
-"r III lis. 2G7-7661. ed porch, $125 monthly. no pets. 12 lb. capacity, It works. $20. MANAGER TRAINEE with Flor Continued on Next Page frontage and the! other 312 ft.
LET US SELL your 'car or boat. 267-3353.: CARBURETOR FOR &7-82, 6 cylinder GROVE ON TROPIC St., 185' ida's fastest growing drug store on U.S. No. 1. Both have 400
Browning Auto Sales. 405 Hop- I S ARTICLES FOR RENTMAc'S Chevrolet. Used 2 weeks, .- frontage. 2672909. chain. Start in tackle depart ft. frontage on Richey Road.
UNFURNISHED, NEW, 3 bedroom They cleared and have
kips Ave., 2671520. are re
CAPE!: KENNEDY town house tiled bath, central Guaranteed. Take $5. 1039 AlfordSt. ment. Excellent opportunity for cently been mowed. Pricedfor
7 JIORSEPOWER, outboard motor EQUIPMENT!: heat and aircondltioning.I with orwithout !Help right man. Apply Eckerd'a, Pir immediate sale at $55 per
tle Plaza, TltulIV iIle. This
Trailer, $S5. LlndstromTitnsvlllc !Salef; '- Rental Repairs range. Near rirtie Plaza. MUCK, TOP SOIL! and fill dirt, DEPENDABLE dean, re- ft. 29% down can be purch.
Court; Construction Equipment $133 monthly. 267.1928. Roy Roberts 267-2845. liable colored cook. 267-0902. :STATION ATTENDANT, apply In ased separately.

15 WFT FIBERGLASS Hand tool person. River Plaza Pure Station Quality! 569-1100 ft. adjacent and northof
boat, 40 IRC 2 bedroom, like new, no small
DINETTE formica with rod
Road 50.
HP Johnson motor. Heavy tilt- 88 E. Merritt Is. Causeway children or pets. 267-6149. 6-8 new Jess Parrish hospital.
trailer at .a real bargain. Phone Days 8J6-8340-Nlihts: 836-0160 pm. iron legs; ping pong table, reg. Church of Christ Scientist. Call Exceptional site for shoppingor

267-6131. ulation 5. 267-2909. 267-1694. ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only &$ ;; medical center.
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH separate CHANNEL MASTER Antenna SALESMAN WANTED Attractive 572-S50 ft. U. S. No. frontageS
Building ,&. Con st. BEDROOM unfurnished duplex, dining, screened porch, double Systems. Installed 2495. 267- proposition to Insurance Salts- 25c each at the Star-Advocate 326 f ft. depth $80 ft. plus I
air conditioned built.in range carporte, corner lot, Gardendale. 3577. man or Real Estate Salesman 14 127 ft x 270 ft. l lots to therear
NIEfY CONSTRUCTION, residentialj and refrigerator $115 monthly. 2679911: after E p.m. Call 267-3986 for an appointment. priced at $1995 each. 50%
commercial/ and remodeling Available. Phone 267.6W1. SMALL UPRIGHT down, bal. 5 yrs. @ 6''n. This
12 years in TlttuvilKr.'. Licensed OFFICES K3R RENT piano completely reconditioned FEMALE HELP WANTED NiT parcel is located just north
and banded.: Phono Ay r2328. UNFURNISHED, 2 BEDROOM duplex and refinished. Terms to suit. ''I rum and adjacent to Homes Rest.
\ with stove, refrigerator, OFFICE SPACE. Good location. KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC I SALES CLERK, ladies ready-to- MtTEDS7This aurant. Drive out and look it
Business; Opportunity central heat and air. 2675456. 1-2 or 3 room offices. AM 7-5728. -.. 2126 W Tropic .:- 267-6385 I wear. Apply by letter giving over
BEFORE YOU DECIDE: See age, experience and references.! 873-384 ft. on both sides of
Box W, Star-Advocate. is the official Seal ol 1
FOR LEASE-BUSINESS. Texaco! this downtown Titusville office. washers, dryers (almost any > U.S. No. 1 in Indian River

Service StatKnnVS.? "Hwy 1, 2 BEDROOM on corner lot, nice Air-conditioned heat parking, make). Buy Em Wholesale plus GOOD OPPORTUNITY for mothers the National Association of City, including waterfront.
across from Byra'Pfiji; Cocoa, area, unfurnished $90 monthly $95. C. B. Dlvls Realtor Or. service. T.V. Service Center, of school age children Home Builders. Only members The size and location of the
Florida 636-8709 or PA3-8434. $25 damage fed Call 2(7-0630 or lando, nlte-day CU 13336; Titus 2115 Garden St.. 267-3883. i lervicing Avon Cosmetic Customers. of the National Asso- property offers many possibilities .
I ville 267-78401 such as a large motel
2673735. Write Avon Manager,
or I
REAL LOCATION for Trailer ITS TIME TO FERTILIZE, com ciation and local associat and apartment site. First
Gallic Florida
Eau ,
P. O. Box( 1408 (
Sales or used car sales on U.S. HOUSE FOR RENT, call F and S ROOMS FOR RENT I post 3 bags for $1. Nichols Poultry or call 254-7840 after 8 p.r1I. ions are allowed to displaythis time advertised. Priced low.
1 Highway. North Brevard fastest -
Farm. Closed Saturday. 267-
Store 2674424. I
Department ,
growing county in U.S. Six ROOM WITH private bath in new 2367. seal: 751-320 ft. commercial frontage
4 months free rent. P. O. Box 123, UNFURNISHED 3 BEDROOM, 1 home. Business man only with on Hopkins Avenue. Pro
board available.
Trcasville, Fla. bath monthly. AvailableApril references. Indian River City POLAROID HIGHLANDER cam and Experienced Alexander Construction posed U. S. No. 1 site for new I
i 1.\\. 267.1382.UNI"URNISIIED location. Call 267-6523 after 8ROOM era kit, light meter, flash, carry : .. 783-4465. Cocoa Beach. Company Quality Court Motel II to the

PARTNER WANTED for Awningand p.00. ing case, $50. New tennis racquetand HOUSEKEEPER, LIVE In, 261. rear of this property. Owner ,
Fence Business In fastest 2 bedroom house. press, girls $10. Single Simmons boll Of 267.5380. Broyhill Development will consider dividing. Attractively I
growing<<) county in U.S. Free Adults only, no pets 267-2744. IN private home, close in. innersprinz hollywood bed, priced for use.
rent, small capital required. P.O. Gentlemen only. Phone 267-1630. $13. 170 RosehaU, Indian River Childre Homes Inc. 755-Lucrative income property
Box 123, Titusville. Fla._ 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, $110 month. CLEAN ROOMS for working men. City, 287-1565. in New Smyrna Beach. 100 ft.
ly. 267-6784 between 9-5 p.m. Cowart & Carter, Inc. from ocean. 3 completelyfurnished
j ChidCareONb After 5p.m.2671252. WilY BUY used appliances that ? : I
Moving Valuable records? Phonograph Cozart Const. Company apartments on corner
has been demonstrated for
ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen privileges paved street with extra
UNFURNISHED, S BEDROOM, or offlo records when
: CHILD, age 6 mos. to 2 years Whispering Hills section, $125:: TV and! washer. AM 7- I months on the floor at high wo Fisher Construction Co. 50 x 100 ft. lot. Priced at
private home. $10 weekly 267. 2283 after S p.m. prices when you cad get the appliance handle your move you know $20,000 and shown by appoint.
monthly. Call 267-1883 after Sp.m. LOW LOW RATES I I
5 7. you want wholesale I and your valuable Items will arrive Futch Construction Co. ment only.
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies in the carton with service from a
Call for
CLOSE: IN Titusville clean comfortable SUITABLE FOR small business for rent. 801 Orange St. 267. dealer you know. T.V. Service Quality Service safoly. row John Beach 804-3 bedroom 2 bath home in
fine residential I area. 4
::3 ( home. Experienced. 3400. Center 2113 Garden St. 2673883. Think yrs.
and home combination, 2 bed. .
Louis & Brown Inc. old, good lawn, awning windows
4 lI*ur. day or week. 2672210. ,
bath. Kitchen Compare Our
1 equipped.
room LOW rates dean rooms for work. drapes city water
CHILD CARE by hour, day of 267-8940. men. 103. Call 267-6185. Northwood Builders, Inc. double carporte corner lot
-- ----- ---- Free Estimates
& week, Indian River Heights. LARGE UNFURNISHED 3. bed. FIDELITYSTORAGE Penziner Bros. and extra nice Florida room.
ONE OR TWO men. private bath WANTEDWaitress
Afl 15766.ENVELOPES 13650. This home Is worth
house tile baths built.ntili
t room 2 and entrance. Phone 267-2090. Robert Evans
in car port and utility Lowest Interstate Rates From more and Is a bargain for the
Business Sizes room, month. 2671928. WAREHOUSE FOR RENT Brevard County I I I & TRANSFER Ronald Moretto person who can afford approx.
for luncheonette.
Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp: $3600 down.

( for mailing. Full ttock at Star LEGAL!: PADS Die Supply We STORAGE SPACE in metal build Excellent Working Conditions FOGARTYBros. bAY OR NIGHT Tiffany Builder, Inc. 852-Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath,

Advocate. each at Star-Advocate Office. ing on Nevins Court rear of. vacation with pay, Transfer, Inc Justice Homes, Inc. beautiful hardwood floors
Star-Advocate building Available
------ ----- Phone AM 7.0228Agent
Company Benefits! Trimble carporte and porch on Indian
now. See H. H. Hudson CALL COLLECTI I
River Avenue in Titusville.
at Star.Advocate. Apply in Person at Cocoa NE 6-0713 William Everman Low down payment. Before

For SaleGE 1 Eau Gallic 254-3133 ALLIED VAN LINES Wingate Homes you buy see this one.
Westwood Manor
W. T. Grant Co. ------------ 865-3 bedroom 2 bath home
-- --- ---- ------- ----
: RANGE, like new, 36" oven, Pirtle Plaia Titusville just north of city limits. Many
perfect condition, $90. 267. j Real Estate Service" extras. Owner must sell. Priced -
7749. I "North Brevard's Oldest at $13,630 and $82 monthly.

: :Old Dixie HighwayBrick j Down$750.payment just reducedto

Local & Long bistance Movers &tuJ 887-Beautiful executive type

Homes, 3 bedroom, 2 Full Tile Bath, Co rUlia I} ll24eQc! n city estate limits.just 1000 Has ft.a beautiful north of A

large home placed among
Packing ? :
(Colored) Central Heat, Built-in Range Moving } JIlI citrus groves and high oak

; w/Hood, Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice of Storage Shipping -, only.trees. Shown by appointment

COlor Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. FREE ESTIMATES 26J-3341 Why Pay More?

F.H.A. Homes from 800-3 bedroom, 2 tiled bath.
Also $13,750.00 to
BREVARD RIDGWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD Brand new setting in picturesque t

$14,500.00 $450.00 Down. for N. U. No. CRATING landscaped lot with I
Ready FUR STOP.AGE1600 S. 1 -
: ;: I lots of beautiful shrubs. Air
Occupancy. PUBLIC WEIGH SCALEI. I- Investigate this quality home located conditioned by Westinghousewith J
central t l heat. Kitchen equipped
in a settled, prime community. Three with bar and complete f
267-5437 267-5293 267-2802 : set of beautiful cabinets and
: : bedrooms 2 deluxe baths with extra I t I
: Westinghouse Cont n e n a
ttgA: Range. Extra large utility I
I. R. C. AreaNew 9 large, carpeted living room. Built in 9 room.large enough for your

and laundry. Gracious
EE OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE modern 3 and 4 bedroom homes e1ectrickitcienwithai1up.to.ciateap.. 23 ft. living room with 8 I
It. sliding glass doors with
F.H.A. and V.A. Just completed.t Pric- pliances. Beautifully landscaped, fen white terrazzo floors makes
this i home one of the mostoutstanding
HOME SUBDIVISION ed from' $15,950.00, to 2000000., ced yard with several large shade : values 1 in Brevard I

I. a, It. Jr.e County. Priced at $13,650 with
\ I :: trees. Well and pump for irrigation. 'le: :: :.41; only $450 down. Call today and

j'1\\ :' Featuring: Trade In Your Old HomeWe Owner has new FHA commitment and let home.us Ready show you for immediate this fine I I

will pay all closing costs. Only $900.00 occupancy. !
have ten 3 and 4 bedroom homes

) FI: LARGE 75' x 110 LARGE POOL under construction.! Some With carports .' 0 down payment. Shown by appoint- F i

: LOTS WITHCENTRAL S SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES and double garages. Priced from4 $18,500to kgbe1.- ment only. 8 _ii

: ; WATER Etc!. $19,45000. Builder will definitely

I consider your old home on trade. CaU i

us today! :J 2. Check with us on FHA acquired horn.

: $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY 8 We have new and Used home In all a__S es! being remarketed. Several nice _ _ DANENBUR6 !

locations. Call for an appointment to : Blvlal' ones are available now. Art Roed.rJh."IIDU'.1 REALTY I

tO REACH OAKWOOD: From TittuvUl go north on leeGeorge- salse KI1' IsleussoL

: U:!. 1 to Mlmi. Continue north on UJB. 1 for one more ,

v mile

REALTORS INSURORS Where buyer and seller etpect
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! $42 S. Washington TitusvUle 267-3622 Dial AM t-2011 Day- flIght or holidays I I and get better and faster aeme.I I




TlhiMlU IPIorldaJ Sfar'Adveut. Page ?-* .
March V, 'H64 ".

I Spring Time Is Home Buying Time. Advertise Your Home Here..267-0331 : I ICOlltinueli

Fran Preceedlng Page Plumbing Supply I Real Estate Real Estate I II Real Estate ServicesFREE Services I Used Cars & Trucks

I 1231! FORD 2 doer sedan adds! ,
Mobile r Homes HOUSES FOR SALT HOUSES FOR SALE I HOUSES FOR SALE BOTTLE {as installation.No shift heater good urea.. $TMLt t i
SEPTIC TANKSof I gas deposit required. PAINTING, expert reliable and 267-7758./ ,
3 BEDROOM' 2 BATH! small LARGE 3 BEDROOM 2 bath BRENTWOOD ESTATES 267-3076 or 267-19HO. TitusvilleGas sitfsfjlntf work. Estimates: gladly. -L
7RAILEIIS OR BALE p recast concrete, IteeJ..reln.forced. equity and no qualifying Deep double carport oa beautiful I 4 well planned! models are ww Co. AM 7-0776.) 1963 MG MIDGET.U.00 nul 5.bj1
sizes 540
Well and drapes, nice lawn. 270 Iims BrentwooxT Estates is minutes $JSZs. 217-14111) '
t BEDROOM Vagabond Trailer. gals.. 638 gals. 733: gals, and 1000 Swift Ave., Indian River' Heights, wooded lot In Whispering,. open. PAINTING by dependable semi- DlNUCIt SEWIMQ: Machine Co., owner. -
Good condition. Reasonable. lalg. Grease traps installed, tanks 267-6599. 1429 Oak Tfif xer 2JI-153S: from downtown Titusville., retired native, terms and reference safes and service. Pinking shears 1961 PONTIAC BOJOJEvLLC coavtruble -*

Call Ted Confortt 267-1231. pumped and cleaned, drain fields>> FOUR ROOM with/ I :West"A34 on Garden bedroom Street.homes FHA, from U desired Write P O. Box etc toarpued. Phone AM 7- : real sharp 3-waiy pow I
relaid. Work guaranteed Plttman EDGEWATER. 2-bedroom furnish 267-2470. I 29L. TittisvUU. 2244. Sr. low mileage, jet black top;
53 FT. x 10 ft. new 2 bedroom mobil Septic Tanks, Inc.. Phone AM 7- ed masonry horn, Florida room. rooms. $85 monthly, includes every. and bottom. Priced to sell t ick.f
home, screened in patio 4421. P. O. Box 2016, Titusville, Walking distance to) stores, JlO- SOUTH LAKE. 3 bedroom fence thing 267-7142 or NE 6-8383. BRICK. BLOCK and cement work. FREE LP bottled gas installation. See Ed Davlison, Belton Foatiac.*
$2300 equity for $1,000 and take Florida. Free es mati's. Yerger Censtruc- 209 X. U. S. No.1, Titusville.
500. Park Avenue Realty, lOa E. lit. $4fl dow, $)" momMy LOTS FOR SAL! I
over payments. 267-7186 after 7 Park Avenue, Edgewater: Flor Plenty fruit trees roses, shrubs. tion. AM T-S72J Suburban. Propane Gas Service 1959 FORD dump truck F800J(
Plumbing A Electrical Supplies --
p.m. Alachua 267 641L 1 Phone 267-2845.. noon w .kdajfs.ConttnuvJon .
ida. FHA. qualify. 4254 ATTENTION BUILDERS 6 lots, COOK'S WELL DRILLING Service 1I

New Smyrna Plumbing Ave. ,as is. $2200 each. Shady Oaks license Insured, work guar I .!\
3 BEDROOM 1H BATH. $360 ( : Next h'l
TINY TRAILER TOWN Supplies, Inc. down. $8& monthly Call Wessner NEWLY!: DECORATED: !: :2 and 3 'subdivision, large storage warehouse anteed. 2M3243.PAINTING. Used Cars & Trucks
house included.
and small
Teaaraoan CompletePlumbing Realty, 267.7125. bedroom, 1 and 2 bath homes
D. .Call 267-5963.
n fcleclrl-'ul Supplies Reasonable. Lowddwn owner.
Lara HILLMAN MINX\ : Liedstem
AVAILABLE, with 1938 1275.
Water Syatema Sprinkler SystemsPumps agreement Call Con- AWNINGSFor
LltaeteicaasN6 payment. FHA. LARGE LOT for multiple dwelling DECORATING
Plp., Valve., Fitting Tituvlll Trailer Court.
for deed no qualifying, immediate :
01.. Copper Tubing Flaitlo I'lpu1232Lt f sill Realty Realtors! 267-1231 or community business. $200
6 &lie bail bt Fixture. Wine. Eio. occupancy 3 bedroom, down, $35 monthly Also can ftjunce 1962 COnVAm. series 500s 2 door,
I Cabanas
HC'MIJio. central Home -
or -
/.0. bath, built-in and BATH
IVt 2
anal-New Smyrna Beach oven range 3 BEDROOM r building. Inquire 267-1481. club-coupe, reasonable. Phone I
X.. a. oua Phone 428.2705Sun.Nitesllolidays fully ducted heating system. 267- heat and air. Phone 287-6120. Carports Utility -
...... .... .. .. 267-3280.
.Tra' .D." 428-9923 3219 after 6pm, oft C. H. Frizzell and Florida Rooms.
17 LOTS, high ant dry just Screened
,,111I I,... Y.la. B... rug QUICK CASK for) jour house\ eq Garden St., near shopping. Call 1120 Johnson St. 267-3747 1958 OLDSMOBILE:\ CONVERT-
NOW I LOCATIONS Real Estate 2 BR. Home-Corner lot lOOxlli- uity, 2673262.T 267.0241 days or 267-3733: rites. IDLE !full power, $425. 267-6685. No Money Dow f
Indian River City. $9850. Shown INCOME!: TAX returns, accountingand :
C" >' .. I, ViOl: N. DUU 2 BATH, built in -- -- UP TO 9 YEARS TO PAYI
n">r., N..r mum, Beach, INVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT by appointment only. W. J. : BCTHIOOM. foot system servlct. C.F Assoc 1959 FORD GALAXIE 500, 4 door,
Ph. OR-.4A4.1T or high wooded Smith, Realtor 2001 So. Washing- kitchen, carport,fenced 1C x 32 yard Real Estate WantedWE iates. 281027LINCmta 332 engine, crulscomatic, Radio N Brevard Awning
1,080 acres
:" >o, I. :Ml. north ot ton-Titusville Tele. 2673511. swimming\ pool and heater, air conditioned, tinted .
Mlmn .! Kork.t. Mold, beautiful land. CAPE KENNEDY deep well. $12,90! Terms can be TAX amt bookkeeping Sales
HAVE cash buyers, waiting Florida rust.
glass Original
Ph. AM I-3epr area. Hwy frontage. Near new 3 BEDROOM 2 BATHS small arranged. 2676830)8SO service Resident 267-3313 -
for lots zoned R2 and R3. CallEdward's owner 3312: Pennsylvania
golf! courleand rapidly growing equity end no qualifying. Deep Office 2l7-373t.: H. Burgess & 2S7-I333 or 267nnPOre
Patrick Air Force base. Maps, DOWN, 3 bedroom air conditioned Realty 2873281, nltes Associates Ave. 267 *2S5.
SEE THE NEW 1964 well and drapes, nice lawn. 270( and weekends 2677821.Repossessions.
SKYLINE prices, data. Realtor coopera Swift Ave., Indian River Heights, double carporte and I I
31 X 10, 2 bedroom. $3695. tion. Write-call. Thurmond KnlglltRealty. 267-6599. family room 2744 No. Circle INCOME( TAX returns prepared,
BUDDY Inc. phone 844.1355. Res. I Drive, Forest Hills, Mr. Evans Phone 267-3183. 13.00and tip_

:50 ]x 10( 2 bedroom, $4195. 9998 W. Palm Beach, Florida. GARDENDALE, OWNER transfer. 2673267. ROOFLMG PAJNTINGidittlonalttona.
furnished In modern decor. red, 2 bedroom 2 bath, aircon t S S7 MERCURY TURNPIKE I ,
Fully Ac"lte 4 BEDROOM. 7 bath new, low Cruiser, portable Motorola tele and) general repairs. All work
Free delivery and set up. Long ditioned, 2 car garage. 2677273. down payment Nicest section in vision.! Southern Loan Company guaranteed, free estimate, li en. !

term MARTIN'S bank financing MOBILE HOMES: 20 ACRES at $1.000 per acre. 29% LAKEFRONT ESTATES has the TitusvUle. Forest Hflls. 267-3564 346 South Washington, Titusville led and bonded. 267.3411. fGCO
down balance 7 years. Call homes with advantages you'll 367-4331. %
and Dealer brick T.V. SERVICE CENTER: 267- OI
Skyline Buddy Wessner Realty, 2677125. like. 3 bedrooms 1H baths at LUXURY new ,1Pp J,
1224 No. U. S.1, No. of Overpass veneer, 4 bedroom. 3 tile bath, 3883. llama cvUt call only
Tltmvllle 267.3081 70-ACRE FARM with 1,320 ft. 12,600.including$500 P down.and I.$79.38, 24 year monthly mort built in range and, oven dish Sale or TradeNEW $2.RS with this ad. All repairs 10 ..
frontage on Lake Harney, a wide lots. Just south of washer and disposal, Intercom guaranteed In writing for 90
MOONLAND part of the St. Johns River, only Whispering gage. Large Hills Country Club with AM and FM radio, centraloil AND USED: days. STAFF
and ammunition
GUNS (repair )
30() miles from missile base, ideal i beat and alreonditioned,
(Route 405)). George B. Barley, .
I / mile south Florida Wonder-
Mobile Home Sales for Summer homes, best in wood burning fireplace, wall to
many Inc., Titusville. 267 3622. land. Indian River Gun Shop. Remember pay your Piper Boy
fishing and hunting for deer and wan carpet double car garage, I
i 1 QUALITY HOMES AND wild turkeys, tops in natural CLOSE TO BEACH fully landscaped corner lot,

SERVICE beauty, a good group invest Hugh!! fireplace, cypress paneling, $27,500. For appointment 267- SchoolsIBM ,
U-S. 1 North of Overpass ment opportunity of $500 per TV room, lanai. 3 bedrooms, 2 1928. i ii4t
TJtusville acre, terms. T W. Mero, Broker, baths and double lot $1600 cash, Boy NICE 3 BEDROOM
267-5695 Paper
Sanford 322.2481 for appointment. $102 per month. For appoint. >pay> your TRAINEES needed. Call 17835375. 11wr
ment, call Margaret Klikna Paxton HOMES ,
IOBILE HOME OWNERS BUILDERS, ACREAGE 2 blocks Realtors, 419 Flagler Avenue,
from country Club or lots with NEW SMYRNA BEACH. 428- Scrap Iron & Metal % Hour From Cape
: LIVE RENT city sewage and water Readyto 8221 or 428-8142 (eves.)
build on. Call Baker, 267-3530. REAL CUSTOM REALTY
3 BEDROOM, 350 sq. ft. fami'. KING IRON & METALS
FREE HOUSES FOR SALE room in well established neigh CORNER LEE ROAD
borhood. Close to Elementaryand it HWY 17-92
Buying Iron, Steel Metals
COUNTRY LIVING, close In, 3 -
)20$ ( down payment and $20() a bedroom, 2 bath airconditioned, Junior High schools, range ESTATE WINTER PARK'
month will buy your own full large fenced yard citrus palms, and refrigerator, air conditioner 4 Miles South On U.S. No.1
4 Phone 644 8021WE'RE
built in dishwasher. large -
acre mobile home lot at beautiful ,
oak trees, good terms. Immediate
:, Christmas Park. Become Oak trees, sidewalks, paved: Cocoa, Florida .
occupancy) 2673389. streets and street lights.' Inquire _
your own landlord. !More than _
ISO) families now reside here. 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED, 1722 Smith Drive South, Titus MIMS Beautiful 3 bedroom __
Do 't buy before you see for $350 down, $55 monthly. Balancedue ville. home with 2 full baths,
yourself Only a few lots left. $7400. 4243 Alachua Ave. Florida room carporte, I a ..._.Y
washer and

Route 50 Christmas, Florida RIVERFRONT HOME BUILDERS extras, $18,000.00.WlUSPEIUNG USED CAR VALUES H. O. Atkinson t Ralph Scheibel I Ray Wilson I I

Phone Orlando 2751727or For sale by owner in Edgewater. HILLS, 3 Manager { Sales Rep. f Shop Foreman' \ "

Modern 6 rooms, 2 bath' large WANTED bedroom, 2 bath home on DURING OURSlLES
1 screened porch, airconditionedon lot with 188 feet street I Sam Floundry I Herb Hardister I[ Charlie Wood I -r .
ALLEN REALTY lot 300 x 115 ft. "FOREST-HILLS-' frontage for $14,000. with Lot Ma Int. Sales Rep { Sales
Cocoa 636-3790
$33,300 GA8-5508. ESTATES"ONLY $45000 down. I Nick Donaldson Recon. Supt.
Directions 12 miles west of rm
Titusville on Highway 50 at 4 LOTS LEFT AT INDIAN RIVER CITY Red The whole staff at McCotter's trade-in division wishes to .

Christmas, Fla. $3000 Per LoU brick home, 4 bedroomsand thank the many people who have made it possible for

IT STANDSFOR CHAS. JANNARONE: 2 baths. $14,900.00. us to have the best month in the history of McCotter's

Titusville Shopping Center Beautiful adjoining lots $S2895 22 years of selling pre-owned cars. .
61 CADILLAC 4 Air Con.
TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT AM 7-3441: can also be purchased. Door .
Full Power
ditiomng. ;
Below are a few reason why we are growing so fast in
TRAILER SPACES INTEGRITYThis GARDENDALE :3 bedroom, 83"CHEVROLET "Impala" Station sales .
Large Iota Reasonable rent. 2 bath home with 2-car Wagon, VS. Powergilde Transmls- $S2695
16,000 square feet storm, Powersteerlng, R It U(
Good transportation to Cape garage
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FRIENDLY SHORES of living space. Exceptionally 62 FORD "XL 500" 2 dr. Sport 1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA $$1395 :
ESTATELICENSE nice. be seen V8 Automatic Transmission $$1195
U.S.No. 1, City Limits, Edgewater.ONE May Coupe .
by appointment. Power teering, Radio and Heater AUTOMATIC R & H 2 DR. HARD TOP. :
SCHOOLStart ------ -- -- -- --
ACRE trailer space, $30 per -
children welcome. Applyto New residential 62 CHEVROLET "Impala" 2 door
off this Tuesday 7 P. M. SCOTTSMOOR Super Sport Coupe, V8 Powergilde, S2195
2 blocks
R. E. Springman 1962 DODGE DART $$1295
50, Christmas Park. attend first session as our &uest.HOWELL'S development, re Radio and HeateriiZCHEVROLET .
9 stricted. Lots now avail.
TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE f.rrAtp' able at $1,00000 each. "Bel Air" 4 door S-1695 2 DOOR EXTRA NICE. .
BUSINESS Powerglide transmission,
68 100 trailer lot, zoned for trailer Buy one or more. Radio and Heater, Air Cond. -
x Wash. Ave. U.S. 1)
1528 S. (
8 x 40. $3700 cash. J. W. National This Is the Association official seal of of Real the 267-1161 MIMS 5 acres of nice high 1962 PONTIAC 4 DR HT $$1995 :

Childre Realty, 267-2541. land. Selling for $6,000.
Trailer Paris and Service Estate Boards. Only membersof AUTOMATIC POWER STEERING- t* H.

the! Association may display BELLEWOOD 300 ft. U. S.

Nu-Way Trailer Service this seal. And only those whodisplay No.1 frontage with 300 1961 FORD GAX $$1395
this seal may call themselves
House"We feet river frontage. This ,
"Your 1
Stop Supply
(6 '
have it or will get it Rilitors.I 105 beautiful parcel contains 4,tOOR) '- AUTOMATjw4./ ; NI .: ", :
For Any Make or Model I George M. Barley, Jr., 8 acres. Possibilities un

1201( N. Dixie, New Smyrna Beach Inc. ACRES limited. Fair price with 1961 CORVAIR $1095

Tel. 428-5002 Bryan-Conway & t good terms. ,

Winstead, Inc. 3600 feet Hwy. 48 '61 BUICK "LaSabre" 4/nri 60 FORD Falrlane. 4
Motor Scooter For Sale V frontage. Approx- INDIAN RIVER CITY 120 2 door Hard Top V$, J lOVj Door Sedan, Automatic $895 4 DOOR AUTOMATIC.
Campbell Associates feet U. S. No. 1 frontage, Automatic Trarumisrslon Transmission, VS.
1959 LAMBRETTA, motor scooter, Inc. 50 acres bearing grove, 225 feet deep, with 2 bedroom Powersteerlng, R it H.( 1961 BUICK SPECIAL l $$1495
less than miles, $123 firm houses and barn. Almost '
5,000 J. W. Childre, Realtor home. Come in for 59 CHEVROLET "Bel :
price. Call 267-5303 after 5 p.m. unbelievable financing to 61 RAMBLER Claude f 4 f\ftr\ r' Air" 2 Door Sedan, $895
Danenburg's Beach responsible party. Price- details. Custom 4 door sedan, ylVX60 A I 111 Jcy V8 DELUXE AUTOMATIC

If you have real estateto Realty 150000. 9 years on bal- We have office space avail I->.,--Ufc -H_ ---' 57-CHEVROLET "Bel r I

sell or if are ,Edwards Realty ance after down paymenthas able in Titusville, up to FORD Ranch Ws ,Air" 4 door sedan, $$695 1960 FALCON 6'I $$895 '
you Ed Kittles Agency been negotiated. 6%. 1,000 feet. Modern gone V8.Air condition-$109) VI Powerglide! Transmission .
looking for choice real square tag Automatic Trans- Powersteerlng. Power. 4 DOOR HEATER.
classi- Lk B. Newman, Realtor W. J. Smith Realtor building on comer lot. million Radio and Heater. brakes Radio and Heater. ,
estate use our Prime location on U. S. -- --- --------
fied columns., Sydney Schwartz 2001 S. Washington Ph. 267-0153) No. with plenty of park 60 "Ven. M FORD Ranch 1959 BUICK '225' $H95

M. N. Weir & Son. Inc. Titusville, Fla.VIXX tura'. 4 door, auto$t1295 gon, 4 door VS, Auto$595
matieTrarumluion, matte .
\ 1
Powersteering. Radio & Heater Powersteerlng. Radio lI.ater.THERE'S LOADED FACTORY AIR.

FOR SALE! ing.ARROW 1958 T.BIRD $$1195 ;


3 LOTS160'1 x 105'on LOADED EXTRA CLEAN. .,

250'. W St.of Johns Hopkins St.Ave. REALTY t UJ 5ctutk ChevroletUSED 1957 CADILLAC $$395I:



.: 1026 S. HOPKINS AVE. 11IIII'
J. R'SM 220-71 St. I CHEWNING CONSTRUCTION Don R. Mancini Broker I 414 S. WASHINGTON AM 7-265T
Miami Beach UN 6-0212 267-6789 I


V A PAYMENT ? $15,000 TO $19,000

U. eau ( (t'
/ Several Large LOTS FOR SALE la ,AIR GLEN

; A Community Of f Fine Homes I In Titusville. 14750 to $6830( Homes restricted to 1800 sq. ft minimum.

H A LOW DoWN Only Miles West of US ,1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER, INC.
: PAYMENT. 3200 Garden St., Tltuavillt

r ... THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 or 2672531Frldalf.



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"III I-B TItuavItFhrId( .) It., .. Advocate) Friday, March 27, 11(4
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Used Cars & Trucks :.1 Relatives 21. Of E: sor ".t: or.U lStsIKsRCtIrUtRTOl'TISt; : OTKK Or ,1'I'I.ICATIOM IN' THE CIRCUIT ClICItT OF Till: NOTICIC OF INTB-XTIO.N: TO
1. The Great 4 Finis the TO.\IO'UL" 559551 .... ...(1.\1. URlllf or1'LuIIIU' 51011 T.II..U !1"TII "LIIIII'L .llIll.T orJoLUKIII. Ha.l.l$'I'." ftltTiriOtS: : !1MB
-- -- --- --- 5 fltot I'" Arlo! .0" BStk.RlJ .- Notice I. hereby given that holder .\ IS .,:oon CCIII 15CC- In compliance with, House Bill No!
LET US SELL your car or boat. Compos Notice, la hereby given. that on the % .' ( IitnTb. 1'1.OKIO.I" .\. of Tax Sale Certificate No. 47 issued >.'''U IOI.MT1' l.N; tlUNttKl: 1178, LUauler Number :2U9SJ Laws
Browning Auto Sales, 405 HopWn Conciliatory point Ill day of April 1544, .t the beer tlIt5t"% 1'oU. .10144STl the \ th day of June A V. 1961!! baa -Os. 11 an of Florida, Acts of 1941 the under
Ave. 267-1520. gifts 6. Slope the "-) A of 111:00 am.. the underelajnecj will :' (' !: TO AI.t't\K; flied same In. my office ana haa lUltll!: rust 1'IIILHATIOX signed will register with the Clerk
--- -- -.------ -- 10. Sheepllke 7. Over leg offer for aale at public auction to JOIlAI'II'IA VURo'rUIoA 1It.AKE. made applIcation for a tao deed A L TRADINO CO., 1NCV aNew 01 me Circuit Court In Brevard
bldd.r tar cub ID h."daL and has paid redeemed York corporation County .FlorIda
lb. hlh..t "tollntift thereon or upon receipt of
UTILITY BODY Trucks In good 11. Biblical poet. 23. Persian .'.ulk Chevrolet Tltuavllle, Flor- v.. all outsiandlng Clly 15messeseseed, Plaintiff proof of publication of this notice,
condition. 1937 3/4 Ton Chevrolet woman 8. Father: fairy S Ida. Lb. following CI..crlb.d car: to. HARRIS BLAKE by the City aalDeL the lands bore- Y. the following flctltloua name,
wheel drive GMAC 1 Ton. Call 12. Go colloq.! 27. Weird wit\: CefendanU leafier dvacribed., Said certificate THE FRANKLIN NATIONAL to-wlt: Tne. fig Orange under whichwe
13. Of thewrist 0. Kind ofdaisy 28. A. One 1960 Chevrolet Convertible. TO: HARRIS BLAKE.addnaa embraces the following described RANK Of LU.NU< ISLAND a nlluual are engaged In Ulfte and fruit
Ted Conforti 267-1251. Burial No. ul8 7N10i2S. and residence real eatate In City of Tltuivllle, bauklng cvrpurallon: et al shipping a. 10diaD River City, Flor.I. .
-- bone match o15.Haifem Dated Ibis lath day of March. 1964. unknown Brevard County Florida, to wit: DefeudantaTo Ida. .Dd that the undersigned are
1963 PONTIAC CATALINA, sports 13. Paint 29. Super. Mun..ll'i ION CHUVOLCT You are hereby. notified that t South 60 feet of North/ ISO feet : TILE FRANKLIN NATIONAL I lie only 1 porsooe Interested. In laid
coupe with automatic power 16.: 2,000 Ibs. 14.: Greek flulty Yeilere'ay'e A.... COMPANY Kill of CemulaUt fur Divorce baa of Eaal 100 feet N''" of K'/i: of BANK' OF LONO\ ISLAND buklnaaa.Ualeu .

and brakes. Radio factory 1?.Biblical beautY' 30. Firm Oriental Uy a. a. Baker been ( edt against' y o u. and you art 17 acree of Ooveinmenl Lot 1, a Dallon.1 banking corporation at Tltuavllle Florida, this
steering S. II. licker Agent required I oserveac of your .. described In Official Hecorda Plo Hempatead Turnpike Ot day of February, A D. 1M>4.Harrlotte .
air all tinted glass, seat I king 18. Spreads Breathes nurse Mar. 27 (Fri.) W4.M answer or pleading to the Slit of Book 29, Page H>8, I Iranklln, Sitiaare, Long Iiland C. LecklePendlelon
belts. Less than 6,000 actual 18.Theme grain noisily 41.Kan's Complaint herein on the Plaintiff According to the plat thereof on New/ York O. Leckle
miles. $1200 under original cost 22. Music note to dry while maine Attorney Lloyd A h'ba'I; : Canal file In the office of the Clerk of the CHEMiCAL BANK NEW Feb. 28 Mar. 6, 13, 20 (.'rl.) 1M4
mrtet. New Smyrna Circuit Court. Plat Book -, Page YUKK TRUST COMPANY
Call Ronnie Boyd. 267-0633 after 23. A shlpwormZ 19.A sleepIng 42.:Not :!! >Tlt'K; rOli HID-4 and file your origInal answer or -, Public Records of Brevard New York banking corporationPlod

5 p.m. or 2671211. Financing ar &. Java tree) French bright Sealed bid. will be received by Ibe pleadings In the oiflce of the Clerk County, Florida! unleaa the City Street Madman Avauue IN Til 1C tIKCLIT COURT: OF Till:
28.-and cheeao 32. Exit 41 Polya. Hoard of County Commissioners up of the Circuit Court tfrevard Clerk la paid a aufflclent amount to New York New York :MMII. JtUKIAL: tlHCtlr. IN
ranged. out 20. Female 33. Spirit drink until 10:00: o'clock: A,M. April 9, 1IW4. County, Tltuivllle, Florida on or redeem said cerlflcate and tax hone THE UUADOW BKUUK NATIONAL .\M tOH BRIo.\lUI CO" 1".
ID the Comml..loner. itoom Cou"ty before the lUtb day of April 1964. anil all cost according to law the BANK Jo LOHII<,*.
Magnolia Motor Co. 27. Before wren lamp 4&Sun godLike Court llouae, Tltuavllle Florida fort If you fall to do aa, Judfraent by propel'ty described therein will be a national banking. assocIation I.N lH,% I-'EKY NO. 17S43N01HE
International Harvester Trucks 28. Hammerhead One (ii) U..d truck Lractor Default will be taken against sold to the highest biduler .t the of- 1JJO; Ave., of the AmerIcas TO l>r.l'KM 1J
part It' '+ r r i- I r rated at not I... than .6 toolS, I for tin relict demanded. In the till flee ot the City the City New' Yolk New YoGi MIAMI riKACH FEDERAL 8AVINGW .
Scout 4-Wheel Drive inuit be at lead 1S57 or I later of Complaint. Dated this 4th day of Hall I I In City of .g..kVII: Florldu.\ GERALD!: OR8KCK!: AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Sales Parts Service 30. A funeral It-. model:: ; equipped will not less I March A.U., 11M4. beginning at 1-00: 0 clock In the :3 Park Ave. a Federal "SavIngs and Loan Aamiclatlon .
vehicle :10 than 11:UU x0:/ 10 ply tires;, '(1II>ALI afternoon Uaelern: Standard Tires New.. fort. New York emleting; under the laws ut
1603 W. Canal Rt. 40 33. Hewing tool must have air and equipped wltU CURTIS BARNES on the first Monday In the month of JEREMIAH. :: 8. O HTM ANa the United States of America.
New Smyrna Beach 31. One-year ..a S bib t wheel; must be clean. .. Clerk of the Circuit Court. April 1964 which I. the dill clay of Klvervlew Place Plaintiff,
The Hoard reserves the right to llrevard Counly, Florida April 1964.DATED. HaatlngonthaHudaoa. Va.
428.4761Townsend old animal reject any and all t>l 36.So.Am.I I, ; I" '7 All bide to be marked "Hid for Clerk 1984. NATIONAL KtL.EM&: BLACK: his wife
Auto Parts river 2 Used Truck Tractor" on outside, elenvelope. Mar. 8. 13. lii' :27 (Frl.) 1964. Margaret Cooper BANK a a/k/a LOKA1N II. CANFIELD
33. I' I I' 20 21 iT City Clerk City of Tltuivlllo, nutlonal banking aiaoclatlooJ Defendanti
Used Parts Cars Attempt JOB H. WICKHAM :MITItK: (IK I:>.TK::>.TION TO FloridaPEAL :J Weat Hemp.leal Ave. TO! JOHN F. BLACK
39.Word ofchoice _- j j CHAIRMAN ? KKIilHTI'H. tJ'Tl1lf1l" !\ %\I" ( ) Weal Hempatead Long island Residence V'aknown
Top Prices Paid For 2' t BOARD OF COUNTY In compliance with House Bill No. Marcn 8, 13. 20 27 (FrI.) 1964.NOTiCE New York YOU ARK: HEREBY NOTIFIED

Wrecked Cars! 40. Cause' aperson - COMMI8OIONRROBRRVARO 1173 Chapter Number :20U5J.: Lawi LEO BLANK that a cult to foreclose a Mortgawe
2. 7 U 7 7 !: COUNTY of Florida Aota of 1941 the undersigned 81 Winslow FlareLiberty baa been. filed against you In the
Free Statewide Teletype Service to r FLORIDA '. will register: with the Clerk tJF .\t'I'UC.'I'IlfJoOIt New York above Court by the above namod
6 Miles North Of Minis remember Mar. :20. 27 tfr'rl.) 1964. of the Circuit Court In Brevard TAS. hELl S. POLLACK Plaintiff. The property sought to be
Titusville 267-1351 42. Venture 2' 2' 0 I roe County Florida, upon receipt of Notice I. hereby .given that holder 296 Vreeland Ave. foreclosed la ae followi
41. Frances proof of publication of thin notice of Tax Sale Certificate No 81 Issued Patterson, New Jersey Lot 23 Block F, Section! K-l
n I- the following fictitious name to- the titb day of June A D. liI6t hu ChDHIC!: J. JAN1UN!: and HOWE) GARDENS! SUBDIVIS
:1950 CHRYSLER $50: 1958 Plymouth Burnett r 0f- :!!OTICK: wit: "Duffy Real Katate: Aency" filed' same Ira my office aDd has JANIEN' all wife ION according to plat thereof
$60; 1954 Oldsmobile con heroine NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN under which I am engaged In. bua- made application for. tan deed 41. E. 60th Street aa recorded In Plat Book 13,
vertible $75. 267-6998. 43. Tear* apart 4- 11 t I" that It I. the Intention of the under lorIs at Mime, Florida, and that the thereon and has paid or redeemedall New York New York Page 24, Public Records of Bre
signed corporation to engage In a undersigned la the only person In- outstanding City taxea assessed You are hereby notified that a yard County, Florida
43. Shinto ---I I" ) bust, nets enterprise under the flctllloue lereated In said boal ne... bv the City against the landa hereinafter complaint for forecloaure of mort. YOU ARE REQUIRED to file
Wanted To Buy temple I r name of MERCHANTS COLLECTION Dated at Tltuavllle Florida, this deacrlbed. Said certificate gate hae been filed t agalnel' you lare your Answer with the Clerk of the
47.Accumulate ; !: AGENCY. located tt 1818 191 h day of March A. D. 1KM.! embraces the following described the following I described property! Court arid to aerve a oopy upon the
r r" New Haven Avenue In the City ,of Duff I real eatate in City ol luusvillet, Government Iota :3. I and 4, theSE Plaintiff.' Altorne)'.. FREED A
:USED AUTOMOBILES, City Auto DOWN Melbourne. Brevard County FlorIda M.rcJ'A: r. 3, 10 (Fri.) 1964.NOTICK Bievard County Florida to wit: .. of the HE! .t%, the NE'4' of NATHANSON. 210 South Waiblng-
Parts. A4JJ-3686. Humblest ; and Lo register the .aidCircuit name -- Lots 19 :20. :21 and 3J: Block 50 the SE .* and the 8KH: of the ton Avenue, Tltuavllle, Florida, not
.._ 2.: Wide r I' I: : : I.l I I I with the Clerk of the Court OF ..tl'PLUMTIOMOK Subdivision of E'lo' of NE'< street .17 of Ii rover,1 Count,. Florid. TVX Ubhlt Robblna A Graham Addition ship 26, South Range 17 Eaal: do soy a decree pro confeaao will be
Work Wanted Those Interested. In laid enterprise, Notice la hereby given that holderof Section 4, Townahlp 2J, Range 35 nndB nhl"d: ld
.. and tbe extent of the Interest of Tax Bale Certificate No. 112: issued According to the Dlat thereof On 27. demanded In the Complaint.
each la aa followi: the 6th day of June A.O. 19t>l has file In the office of the Clerk of the South Range 17 East; lying and WITNESS my hand and seal of
,TYPING OF ALL KINDS. photo Vtrlllil H. Apkq 15 .bar. 01 stock filed same In my office and has Circuit Court Flat Book 1. Page 17 being. In Brevard County, Florida aald Court at Brevard County, tbla
stat work, copy: work. can makeup Julia C. Apke 4 sharee of Mock made application for a tax deed Publlo Records of B meyer d County, Bib day of March 1964.
to 300 copies easily manu James. Kbba: 1 share of clock ther.on and. has paid or rsoieemedau Florida! unions the City Clerk Is and that you are required to serve (COURT SEAL)
neat accurate rea VEG-M-JAY CORPORATION' outstanding. City t.xee ausessedby paid a sufficient amount to redeem a copy of your anawer to auch complaint Curtla K. Barnea
script typing. By Virgil H. Apke the CIty against the lands her.- saId certificate and lax llena and all on the plaintiff attorney, Clerk ot Circuit Court
sonable. Call 267-3751, nites 267- ;.. Inafttr deacrlbed. Bald certificate coata according to law, the property SEYMOUR KAPLAN whose add. By: Hurtle Hall
6253. ', Mar ZO, n. Apr 5. 10 (Fri.) 1984.bSITICR embraces tb. followtnlll deocrlbed described therein will be sold to the mess II 1810 C engross Bulidirg. Mi- Deputy Clerk
To Read real estate In City of Tltuavllle highest. bidder .t the office of the ami 32 Florida, and file the original Mar. 6 13. 20.) 27 (Frl.) 1964
Hrevard County Florida to wIt: City Clerk In the City Hall In City aniwer, In the office of the Clerk of
Lot T. Block 10 Plat of Tltuivllle of Tltuavllle Florida., beginning at the Circuit Court on or before the
\.I1C.\TlUf Section 3, Township :23. tOO: o'clock In the afternoon Kaatern 91 h day of April. 19b4.! J.O-IHE: : or .UTLUTIO.N TOtACtIc'
Other People's Mail? hOSt T.t:\. lJkkloNotice Range 15According Standard Time Oil the lint )nOllda Dated at Tltuavllle Florida this : I'L.tlH.
Printed ,is hereby gIven that bottler to the plat thereof on In the montb o'f April I'llI.! which Is 61 h day of March 11164. TO WHOM If MAY CONCERN!
Pattern of Tax Bale Certificate' ) No. 1:=Issued file In the office of the Clerk of the the 8th day of. April 1984. (COURT SEAL) Notice la hereby given of the Intention .
the Hth day of June. AD. 1961 baa Circuit Court Plat Book 1. Page 8 DATED THIS 2t>th day of February CURTIS: R. BARNES' ol HO If .'. ROBERTS *
filed same In. my office and baa to 11 Public Recorda of Brevard 1964.Margaret. Clerk Circuit Court SON UROVES INC., a Florida corporation .
made application for a tax deed Count,. Florida) unions the City Cooper By Bertie HailDeputy to apply I to the Board ot
the reonan II baa paid or rede.m.d.U Clerk la paid a sufficient amount to City Clerk City of Tltuavllle Clerk County Comiuiaalonera of Brevard.
WATCH MONDAY'S PAPERI outstanding City tases aaaesaedInafter redeem aid certificate and tax lien. FlorIdaSEAL Mar 8. 13. :30. 21 (Frl.) 19 3.IN Count)', Florida at the county courthouse
by the City against the land. bers- and all coat according to law the ( ) at Tltuavllle, Florida at 9\10:
described. Said certificate: property described therein will be March 8. 13 :20 21 (Frl) 1961. Til t. CIHtllT COl: RT OF 1IIKMxrii : o clock -A.Al. on April ,th, 1964, or a.
embraces the following described sold, to the highest: bidder at the JtuKitL tlnilir. i> soon thereafter ae Petitioner may be
real estate In City of Tltuavllle, office of the City Clerk In the City ayes rOH ll (fc' .IKU IOLXTV;; heard to vacate certain. portlona of
Brevard County Florida to will Hall In City of Tltuavllle, Florida IX TilE ( OtoiT.It:: : UC) E'* tUIHI".S ( ".\ (t.Kt. tbe following plate In Brevard
Lot 7. lllock :29, Plat of Tltua beginning! at 1:00: o'clock In the ClOCK "LUlU COlMl, !550. 7H.IH, County, Honda to-wlt:
vllle. Section 8, TownshIp 22, afternoon Eaetern Standard Tim tLOHIUA.NO FRED R. MacDONALD 1',1) Thai part of PLAN OP
Sam JanoverINSURANCE Range 86According on the tint Monday In the montb of flC i': TO l'IC EIHTOIU Plaintiff SCOTT'S MOOR LITTLE: FARMS
to the plat thereof on April liWK which U the 6th day of In re: Estate ofHJALMAR aa recorded In Plat Book 3, Page
file In the office of the Clerk et the April mtDATED JOHNSON:- \ llka-EJ: a. MacDONALD.Defendant. 6J: described aa:
Circuit Court Plat Book 1, Page 8 THIS 38th day of February Deceased Beginning, at the Northweaierly
to 13. Public Records of Brevard 11164. TO; HELEN Q. MacDONALD C oroero.f farm 1 aa ahown on
TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL Uxeler Ontario CanadaNo saId plat. run thence Southeaaterly .
County Florida! unless the City Margaret Cooper
Any Time Clerk I. paid a aufflclent amount to City Clerk, City of Tltuivllle PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR ( street address Mailing along the Weaterly line of
redeem said certificate: and. tax FloridaSCAD DEMANDS AGAINST SAID EST addreaa: said farm 1. and the Southerly
Anyone liens and all Costs according to law ( ATE: PO. Box T30, Exeter. Ontario, entenalon thereof to the Weiterly -
the proper ty described therein ",III March 8. 19. 20. 27 Fri.) 1964. You and each of you are hereby YOU'AKK) I extension of the Southerly
: Any Place I be sold Lo (be IIll11h. bidder at the notified and required to present any HEREBY NOTIFIED line of *arm 12: aa shown on
office of the City Clerk In the City XOTItK' OF APFLICiTIOM claims and demand which you. nr. that a edt for divorce bat been saId plat, thence run Easterly
Anything Hall In City of Tttusvllle, Florida post T.II." fcfclNotice .) either of polo. may have against the brought naln you 'by bRED KMacOUNALD along the Southerly lines of
beginning at 1:00: ) o clock In the la hereby given that bolder the Circuit. Court barren 1... 13 14 ft 16 aa ahown
; 210 So. Washington Ave. aftnrnou Pastern Standard Time i 0" of Tax Sale Certificate No. 171 laauetl estate of Hjaltnar Johnson 4eeeaied of the Nlntn Judicial Circuit la and. on said plat to the Southeasterly
the first Monday Itt the month ef the Kite day of Juae. AD. 1961 baa late of Hrevard County, tor Bravard COUIII rlorioa and. corner of said Farm 16, thence
''I TUusYllf.! April 19U4 which la the 6tb day. of filed same In my office and has Florida, to the Honorable Virgil B. pots .re hereby essansoaned. ordered run Northerly. along the Eaaterly:
il Phone 267-7319 April 1964.UATRD. made application lor. tan dee l sod required to file I your written: line of acid heron IS to the
TillS 26th day of February thereon and baa paid or redeemedall Conkllng, County Judge of Mrevard answer or def erses to the complain. Northcanterly corner thereof.

"I'm. An: Near Aa Your Ph"", ," 196.4.Margaret. outstandIng City taxea. aewiunU County and file the aame In Ms office filed herein against' you In the above thence run Westerly along the
Cooper by the City against the landa hereinafter entitled cause In the office of the Northerly line of sail Farm 13
City Clerk City of Tlttiavllle. deacrlbed. Bald certificate: In the County Court House In Clerk of the Circuit Court I nand te the Northwesterly corner.
Florida embraces the following; described legal address of the said. claimant\ for Brevard County, Brevard Count thereof; thence run Northerly
(REAL) real shale In City of Tltuavllle, and to be sworn to and preaented aeaforeaald Courlhouse. 'IIIuevIlte. Florida. on along the Easterly!: lines of
Murcli 8, 13. :20 27 (Frl.) 1964. Brevard County, Florida to wit: or befoie the 11th day of April 1064. hernia I Ie 4 as .hown OD said
DAVIS LAWN SPRAY Lot D, Block 0. Read Allen or same will be barred. and to aerve a copy of Ouch anaweror plat. to the Northeasterly corner
gubdlvlalon Section 8. Township March 1$, 1964. det cone. upon FLOYD V. HULL: of said Farm 4t; thence run
IFWEIIAYE 70EM 13: Hange 85. CouulandICxeculrlx JR., Plalntlffa[ Attorney whadilreia .. Weaterly along the Northerly
9337 is Tilt: ( IHC t IT Cllt5t'f or TUB: According to the plat thereof on SAsnee la 1MO) Bayvlew Drive, Fort linen of Farms 4. 3, 2 ft 1 ae
. 10-18 wa !& r.srssJtsoItll.' tiK( iir. lt! file In the office of his Clerk of the of the Lust Will end Lauderdale Florida. 33304: en' or before hewn on laid plat to the point
p STGNQ Chinch ..tM host JlH tV.\: I. VIOL: 5Th, Circuit Court Plat Book 2. Page Hi lealament of lljalmar John.cn said date on required by the of beginning;
tl.OKIIIt Public Records of Brevard <'oiir>iv IlrevarU luuuiy, tluium, wiium a,.. lowe of the Sate of Florid.. and AND .
Till Bugs la (ham-en. No. Win Florida: unless the City Clerk U calendar moo IDa from lb. data oclalma the tOM Florida Rules of CIvIl. Procedure. Beginning at the Northweaterly
Mint K: Yes IIKrtSI;; ) paid a sufficient amount to redeem lbe flraL publication hereol. bald. If you fall to do ao, a Decree corner of Farm ii ai shown on
LINDA U. NOHRI9 said certificate and tax liens and. all or demanUe tu cunluln tuvSt Pro Confeaeo will be entered said plat, run thence Southeaateily -
284 Fungus Plaintiff costs according to law. the property I. William Woc-ilson agalnet you for the relief demanded Hieing. tne Weeteily, lilIes. of
v. described therein will be sold In the complaint.WITNESS Farm 1U 17 II ft 19 aa shown
WILLIAM J. NOIUtIS to the highest bidder at the office of J. William WooilnunAttorney my hand aa Clerk of on said plat to the 8outhwe
Wormssrat' Defendant, the City Clerk In the City Hall InCity : Box tar 1175Kau PetitionerV. aald Clicult Court of lirovurd eily corner of laid Faun 19;
TO: WILLIAM J. NOKKIS of Tltuavllle, Florida, beginningat t I O.Callle, Florida County Florida and the Heal of thence run Easterly along the
You, WILLIAM J. NUKKIM are 1:00: o'clock In the afternoon auld Court at Tltuavllle. Br..verdl'ouraty Southerly line of said Farm 19!
10 Frl luiil.
Mar. 20, f j. Apr U, ( )
hereby notified that A Hill of .' ..tern Standard Time, on the ftralMonilay Florida on the Hb day <01 to the Southeasterly corner
Fertilization COMPLAINT< for Divorce hat been In the month of April 1M4, March. 19514.ICUIJRT! thereof; thence run Northerly
filed, against you, and you are required .. which la the Sub elsie of April 1U6-4 1II0flCK 0.' .U..l'\.UOol. : ( SEAL) along tile Eaalerly lines of natO
to serve a copy of your enwer DATED THIS 261 h day of February bolt 1.\, In..... CURTIS R BARNES Clerk Farms 19. It, 17 ft 18 to the
or pleading the Bill of Complaint l'X 4. I Notice I. hereby liven that holll.r of Circuit Court Northeasterly corner of said
------ I') the Plaintiff attorney Margaret Cooper of Tat Pale CeriUkaie: No. InS lnaueUtue Uy Bertie Hall Farm 16: thence Wenlerly alone
O. K. FITT8, P. l>. Box :2468. Satel- City Cleik, City of Tltuivllle, bill uay vt Juue AD. lobS* has Deputy Clerk the Northerly line of aald Farm'
In1flfA tc4i5 INc Beach Fla. and file the originalaniwer FloridaBEAU filed same In. my office and hastaue FLOYD V. HULL.: JR. la to Die point of beginning;
or I office of ( ) for tax deed Attorney for Plaintiff AND
pllc-atluu a
:r..ot.'t1: Marcn (, IS. :20 21 (Frl) IWil.MJTK 1H40 Bayvlew Drive ,
64 TAX LAWCAN the Clerk of the Court on or thereon and has paid or redeemed beginning at the Northwesterly
PrlntedTPattern '])<: Coll before the Ttb day of April 11)64. all outatandlog City tears ...ei...U Fort Lauderdale Florida 3J30.4 corner of tartn 21 aa ihown on
dren's Sites S, 4, (. S It you fall to do eo. Judgment by K or T..K..tPI'I.lTlUNSUit ..... by lbs Cl.y axamal the land hereinafter Mar. H, 13: 20 27 (Frl.) 1964. aald plat run thence Southerly
SAVE YOU MONEY NOW! default will be taken against you duatnued., Bald certltlcata along the Westerly lines of
Printed Pattern 1137 fur. the relief demanded In aalil Notice la hereby given that bottler* embraces tlie following ilencrlbeil IN Tilt CIKCI I IT tOlHTOf TIC JI: harms 21 ft 23 aa .hown on saId
)l1.K..' Sixes 10. It 14. ii. It.Thirtyfive Complaint. of Tax Bale Certificate No.4 issued real snide In City of Tltuavllle \OTII: oILUIC IU. tlHCllr. 1 lv' plat to the Southwesterly corner
B. take ol' the tun say of June A.D. mi hu, \\ll K>K UKC.VAHU tVlSTl of ...Id Farm :2J thence
c.nt.ln coins for sura you advantage This notice shall he published has Uivvaii, U Loony: lurlda. to wit: ; run
each week. for four coneecutlveweeki filed aarne In my office and i > ito HIli \. Easterly!: alonn the Southerly line
each pattern add 15 cents once Lot 3 anil Couch H of Lot 4.
this opportunity before you HI. your In the Tltiuvllift, Bur-Advo made application for a tax deed block 1. Kuatl ds Allen Suudlvli- t'II\ I ElY: Ml. 87MHINO of said Farm :2J to tIle, Southeaitnly .
for each pattern for Ist-class thereon and haa paid or redeemedall riCt. TO IIKrfcSI;: D
corner thereof thence
cate, Tltuavllle Florida. ion Section 8, Tuwiiahlu :U.Uanga : ;
mailing i and special handling. Done and Order!I. In Tltuivllta outstanding City taxra .a".dby 85. JOHN I). MacARTHUR. tun fourthcrly along the Easterly

Send to 17* Newspaper Pat NATIONAL INCOME TAX & Prevard County Florida. this 5th the City deecnued.agalnut Bald the landa certlflcsteembraces hereinafter Acoerdloif to the plat thereot on Plaintiff line of said Farm ii: to the
tern Dept 232 West 18th St., 4lr of March 1MI! descrIbed file la the ulflc-e of the Clerk of tin- v. < Northeasterly corner thereof:
New York 11, N. Y. Send GO* BUSINESS SERVICE (Court Seal) of Tltuavllle Circuit Court. Plat. Hook 5. Page 2U. thence run Easterly along Lh.SOlltn.rly .)
Ciir'l. R. Pftrnoa Clerkof real eitate In City Public Records of Hrevard County, et al., line of Farm 22 aa
for Spring-Summer Pit- Circuit Court liievard ;o"uda'l' Florida;' : to wit: Florida] uuleia the City Clerk l I. Pefendants. shown on said plat to the
Catalog. Includes I coupon Lota S Block "B". Dixie TO! Republic National Bank of Southeasterly corner thereof:
paid eurtlclei.t amount to redeem
PHONE 247-5530 by Bertie HallDeputy Heights, Section 13. TownshIp 11 a Dallas, A National Banking
good for One Free Pattern. said certificate anil tax liens and all thence run Northerly along the
Clerk Range 85Aucurcling Corporation Da 11 a. 22 Texas.
coeta accenting to law the property Kaau-rly: line of naB Farm it to
Mar. 8, 13. 20. 27 (Frl) 1IMI.! to the plat on described therein. will be sold to the tad the Northeasterly corner there
_. -- file In. tlia, office of tbe Clerk of the Davis Meter Co. Inc
I highest bidder at the office of the Supply of, thence. : run Weaterly along
Circuit Court Plat Book 3. Page 44. City Clerk In. the City Hall In City A Georgia Corporation, the Northerly linen of aalil
Public Records of Brevard County of Tltuavllle, Florida, beginning- Tbomaevllla. Georgia. Farina 22: ft 21 to the point of
Florida unleaa the City Clerk la 1-00: clock In the afternoon K:seers You are hereby notified that beginning;
paid a suffIcient amount to redeemaald Standard Time, on the tint Monday: a complaint: to foreclose a certain (hi I All of SUBDIVISION! or
certificate and, lax llena and all In the month of April! 1M.! which lathe mortgage and. for a declaratory decree FARM 6 8COTTSMOOR ae recorded .
costa according to law. the property Dth day of April 11X>.. determining a> controveray In Flat Book 6, Page 88, \lying
ADDITIONS deacrlbed therein will offlre be aold nl DATED THIS 26th day of Feb. to the following describe property, i-aalerly of Weldon Street and
the highest bidder at
ruary 11X>4. to-wtli I Southerly of Lincoln Avenue;
the City Clerk In the City Halt In Margaret Cooper All those certain Iota, placet or ((0,1) All of St'BDIVIMO.V; orFARM
City of Tltuavllle. Florida bra-Inning City Clerk, City of Tltuivllle. parcels of land situate, lying and /:! I ft S SCOTTtfMOOR ae recorded .
at I'UO, o'clock In the afternoon Florida being In Brevard Count,. Fiorina In Plat Book 8. Page 73. lying
Masters) Standard Time on the fleet (REAL) more particularly described. Southerly of Lincoln A venue; .
i Monday In the month of April 1M4' March 6. 13. 20. 27 (Frl) 1964. as follow! (II All of RK-ScTBDlVIMION: OP
AND which la the (tb day of April 1".WI.' Lola 1 through 33. Block S.: Lots PART or FARM I SCOTTSMnofcae
DATED! TIllS :26th, day of February 1 ill Block 4 Lots 1 .
through ; recorded' In Plat Book 7, Page
': 1V 4.Margaret. IV TIIIC riHf I IT ('ut HT IX ,\MI through :29, Block 5, Lou 1 2B .lying Southerly of Lincoln Avenue .
if ConnerCity : ISlE IIKK bill (ll >Tl', M.OK- through 28. Block 6, Lots 1 )
iP'REPAIRSI II I by Copt. Fred lawton. Director iI Clerk. City of Tit uevltl., 11' \ through 211. Blocs 1; Lou 1 (I.) AU of SUBDIVISION or
It Florida
I C 11 bSCI'so" SU. t711'fa througn 26. Block I, Lou 1 FAH.M 16 8COTTSMOOR. Plat

Morlrte Company Safety& America', Raytdeon Cup f (Marcu IfIIAL! ).. 13. 20. 21 (Frl) 19(4.IN JULIO! MAZARRtDO.v.: Plaintiff trough through, )0:23.. Block Block PINEWOOD< 10*.; and of HAVENOREKN Lots SfcCT1ON. ; 1. Book Mangrove S, Page"'L. and 67, Southerly lying Easterly of Coral' of

(Ol HT 411' TIlE Avenue, :
championship tailing mailer. of the
Drfendant.M Houlbwe.t I.. of Section 10.Township .
FARM :n 8COTTSMOOR.: record.
__ MINIMUM WIRE sires tl.OKIIM." \\U StIll UKAKI TICK.: or. stir 30 South Range 88Sast ed In Plat Book I. Page 13 lylna
Ol'NTV.la .
Poll. / rr'r ( To: Pura A. :Maxaritdo Bievarcl County. Florida Eaaierly of mamford St. Southerly
( haiwry >.. *1010"
I YOU ARE HEKEIir NOTIFIED according to the Plat thereof re*
MirU'K: TO HI..'KVIIHUTU of Coral Avenue and Westerly of
that a soil for divorce haa been Corded In Plat Book 1J al page Mangrove St.:
I I. I'Ulltiff, filed agalnal you lit the Circuit 107, Public Becorda of Brevard fill P All of NORTH END EXTE.X-::
Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, County Florida, lION: OF 8COTT8MOOR. ae recorded .
".. In end for Hrevard County has be.ntied agaInst you and yen
Florida In Plat Book 8. Page M. lying
t FOT Dcfenlacl i entitled Julio/ )Maxarredo" plaintiff .. are required to serve o. copy at your: Eaaterly of Stamford Street, except,
rOY MATHIS va Pura A. U."IT.dG> Defend. answer or pleading the eompialnlSn hose S i T of Block 4fl. thereof;
TO: RESIDENCE fNKMOWX set Chancrrv No rot:: You are the plaintiff e Attorneys. Will (h ) All of RE-ai'BDIVlSION: or
NOTICE: is HERKUV GIVEN hereby required to serve a copy of lama Uelllc-h. 44 Grant Place. P. PART OF FARMS 2*. 28 30 81 ft 12
your answer nr other written defenses O Box 811. 61db ourae. Flerlila.. end NORTH ColD: EXTENSION OP
UP TO 5 YEARS BANK FINANCING AT LOW BANK RATES that a Complaint for Divorce a.be.1I to the Complaint\ filed herein file the original Answer or Pleading 8CDTT8MOOR aa recorded la
filed against you by the Plaintiff
In the above e yled Court. and upon Carl I]. Bwanson! Attorney for In the office ef the Clerk of the Plat Book T. Page 27. lying Eaal.erly .
Plaintiff. 4595 W..t Orange Ave.. Circuit Court. Brevard Couety ef Htamford Street and Wealerly .
you are hereby required to serve t Beach Florida and Courthouse Tlttiavlllo. Florida, oaot
Cocoa to file ef Mangrove Street:
I PLANNING I copy of your ANSWER or pleadlnerton the original. thereof In the office of before b. T day; of April, 1044. If 11.1) All of RE-SUBDIVISION OPPART
SPECIALISTS IN AND i the Clerk of the Circuit Court ofBrevard you fall to do>> .... judgment by default OP FARMS 83 ft S3 NORTH
County Florida be. will be taken agalaat you for
for the Plaintiff and file
RESIDENTIAL ADDITIONS b REMODELING IML4Pft1F1IYEEDF'UFVUfR the Altor.original, ANSWER In the Office fore the :loth day of April A.D.. 1901. the relief demanded la the Com MOOR. Flat Book 1. Page 2*. \lying;

CONSTRUCTION of the Clerk ef the Circuit HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Decree plaint.Tbla. notice shall be published eneeeach Easterly: of Stamford Street Northerly .
I Ir 7 o 11/.I/l.. Tttuevllle, Brevard County, ot Sunaet Avenue and Westertyof
Court Pro defense will be entered. against week for four consecutiveweeka .
Mangrove Street
iueFflh&51xszcDM .. en or before the 7th day of la Star-Advocate, Tltuevllle.Florida. :
,Jo5s. April. 1M4. If you fall la do eo. a you for the relief preyed for la and le return the aId land to acreage .

UP TO 5 YEARS BANK FINANCING AT LOW BANK RATES ( 1.RfASlSRE5I Decre. Pro you Confnao for the relief will demandedIn ... takenagalnat said DONE Complaint.AND ORDERED at TltUiTllle DONE! AND ORDERED at Titusvine vacate for the, abandon purpose of and taxation close andIt all
this lUll ef March.
Florida day
rA A4J MfeJ.IAnJ Ibe Complaint.WITNESS etretu Included la laid portlona ot
my hand and officIal Florida, thla 1'th day ef M4. aid lubdlvlalena.

/ seal. at TltuavlM Florida. tHe ItaCUHT1S March. A. D. 1964. CuRia R. Barnee Data Ibis 19tk day of March. 1M4.


R BARNES1 CurtIs R. Barnes Brevard County. Florida CROFTON. BREWER It


Tltuivill.! Florida P- Box 2122 Phone) AM 7-3688 Bertie Hall \ for Brevard County Florida i Clerk By Albert P. McIntoaM. Jr.

Ov.. tI V.... '. FtnpI. Fv.7'Ieyir. "-.,e'- '...... By V. aT. Ipangler DC ((8EAL) Albert P. Melntosb, Jr.

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