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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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...lth Year No. 41 5c Per Copy Titusville; Florida' Friday. April 3. 1964 16'1!Pages; Today __ Published Mn' cdnes, .9, d''Fridays, -

L I "Avoid U. S. 1 1" Florida Tourists Are !1jdI 'r' I

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Chamber GelsIflformaiion

I April Is Pride Month; Of

Tourist Re-Roule

Motorists traveling either north

Plan City Clean-Up or south on the east coast of Flur.
ida arc being: directed to nvoM

U S 1 between Daytona Leach
and MiamI.

Plans are) now being made for Titusville carried out in conjunction with This program enlists the efforts This Information has been received >

Titusvillc first concentrated Basic objectives of the program Pride !Month\ during April, and of every civic.minded lit: by the Greater Tituiville

I cily.wide "Paint up Clean Up were decided at an organizational this particular campaign will cut lien In the community through Chamber of Commerce from a

Fix Up campaign. Coordinatingthe meeting held over a week ago at inmate the month's activities due individual clubs and individual number of authoritative! sources

citywide effort will be Great. the city council chambers. mil the week of April 19 through pdrtlupaticm: according to Pat Blunter Chamber .

er Pride Inc.. and the City of This cleanup campaign will be May. 2 president and Donn Searlo,
Based on the long standing!
president of Committee of IfJ().
complaints of citizens in Titus
The above officials in light of
ville to the of the
as appearance (this disturbing situation, hate
town, it is felt that a definite
Club Refunds Member Fees need,) for such a program exist. written to the Chambers of Com-
coerce! between! I Daytona Ilcacli
The first week of the two week
EE and Mlimi\ calling their attention
will be devoted primarily
campaign: to this effort( and seeking their
I tu plantings: and the pickup ml in combatting it.
of trash In residential areas

A concentrated effort by Titus AT OPENING Pictu*'" at (he formal President and cushier George/( Sullins: mil I"!Oaytena sUn have llcaeh been directing erected 1 north traffic

To Continue BargainingRoyal ville Garden! Club will be made which to opening of the new fit\arll> \ National member of the board J J Parrish and ( to follow Interstate 4 to tlio

obtain plants and flowers Bank yesterday were jar< I < rtgh', President Mayor Ed Kittles (S-A Photo), junction of the Sunshine Parkway
to sell at wholesale or
they plan
Tom Henderson, Fxeeeiuvt!': : Vice. north of Oilando and then follow
cost prices to resident) to encourage

Oak Golf and Country earlier this week the reasons for "We are unable to begin construction residents to plant around along Sunshine the!Parkway coast south to point

the fee refunding was the for two reasons,"' he and beautifly! their homes.
Club yesterday sent letters of Hear There is a very detcrmllll"1dort I
apology and explanation along inability to build the club house, pointed out. "First. we cannot get Tne second week will be an all Jaycees County ( being made by a number
and the clubhouse, he said, water and) sewer facilities to the
with a check to members of the was out drive to clean up some of the"eye'80re" nf agencies: probably incnuran: .: |
club refunding the membership part of the incentive for membership property due to the legal entanglements area within the city by rcfcpresenUtivcs. of turnpike

lees paid into the club by 119 involved between the Vacant lot clean up will be stress bond holders. ui welIS\( other

members.The "We can't deliver as' we have city and First Florida Utilities, ed along with dressing up the Commission HopefulsThe governmental: agencies, to turn!

promised," Cox said, "and we which are yet unresolved The downtown areas Business owners motorists away from US Highway -
letter is a culmination of feel It I Is only fair to show our contract first Florida bas to in the downtown areas will be No.1. This effort Is bein;:

the problems that presently good faith to our loyal membersby serve our area stands In the way asked to cooperate to the fullest Titusville Jaycees had /an iritl t candidate i, R F. Fecncj question anl answsr period ful manifested In many differcit
exist between the City of Titus refunding their membership of the City of Titusville servingour extent with the Pride committeeas and informative session ways. Filling station attendant
ville and Jack Cox and his Royal iptricstmg (Demo) und HV liaise! \lowed with Jaycees querying
fee. property Only until such will shopping center businesspeople Thursday night when lour and restaurant operators north of
Oak Development Co., develop time the differences between bring (OOP) were unable! to the candidate on their views of
as I
Commit Daytona are suggesting to tour
of the golf course and the Cox went 0to/ explain why candidates for County attend
ers these factions resolved local problems and stand with
two are ( ists that they follow the InUml
club house the company cannot at the pies- Thus first week during Pride iiioner, District 1. appeared before
proposed and some evidence for the commencement Earl Spencer, Jaycee pre l. regard to the various duties of route Handbills, printed I matter/ ,
Includes concerted drive .
Cox told the Star Advocate ent build the club house. Month a the gruup.Invitations
of the utility cervices dot) served as chairman and ant, billboard are also! directing
for memberships, according to recruiting had been extended the office Many good questionswere :
can we hope to begin construct chairman Philip Warren. : to the six District 1 eandldak modi'rut jr for the discussion, posed In this session and traffic to the Sunshine Parkway."We .

Ion. to Warren all allowing. the candidate: to draw all the candidates and have made a preliminary
Sells And Gray Circus Coming According preaently "* to attend the meeting and ) : sincerely:
"Secondly," Cox continued, poll of business establishments in
active members will be sent participate by airing their quuli position for introduction and remarks intelligently expressed their!

"there is the problem of the old letter asking them to sign: up rations( platform.' vi iwv ejc. .... ". opinion>> on the i many important our Immediate area and firm"I that
clt*,,J1ump property) We have of> member at 1ea t,4kn1tt.1 ",' b'lhlvlA"'ftn' I 1Gai'' f ia' ." Cennmlsulun .-' those prlmirlly located on U-S, ':
H;; To Indian River Plaza' .'.TomorrowA fcred to buy the,pVoperTy7': 1we one the new month, (to aimvci be foItowfTl periud.Present .b'y" qOeiftutt and, candidate fn: be F!heard, t followedin tlt6t "Idpi 1( c1s duties"ef the and County obligations: to the No. t have noticed cither a lrjrlit t.

submitted a bid for the propertyand who have not lost ur a very definite ton of voNtime
Allmembera paid
"star' will Circus being put through and actively' panic! npJer by Gene Roberts, Pappy taxpayers .
big Hollywood are we have offered to trade for their dues this will be sent In the face of one of the biggest
vlst, here' tomorrow. And we do their paces by the lovely La the property, but we have come letters requesting year their continued puting in the program went Austin and Ed KItties, each Each of the candidate was : seasons the state haa'l'r
Christina, the world' most beautiful against: resistance on every Democratic candidate W S"Pappy" of whom ably outlined his back granted: a minute summation had. We feel that the cities hetween ,
ton. In fact "AnnaMay' up In 1964.
mean big 1 elephant trainer turn. Austin, Ed Kitties and ground, qualifications and plat. following the question and answer ( and Including Daytona
the leader performing of the herd ele But the elephants are only "The dump site offers a major Pride Week will be April 12, Gene Roberts and Republican form for thu Commlnsiun post. period, prior to adjourn Heath and, Fort Pierce are being

Sells &is Gray the biggest one of many acts in the star block In the construction of the through 18. During this week, Melvin E. Fetner. The other Die- A vigorous end Informative merit vitally affected by this Ions of
phants probably the Pride will be sold to the residents tourist travel through their communitlei ,
star: to visit here She may be studded lineup for this year's club house since .

seen at two performance ((2 and all new bigger, better and would overlook the dump to view., and" of certed North program Drevard of through public Inform a con Former Resident Tells Of Earthquake Experience '.It U the feeling of our organization .
would be objectionable
8 p.m,) at Indian River Plazaon grander than ever edition of the Cox said the company wbuld ation, and the week's activitieswill that no amount of persuasion -

Highway 50. Sells & Gray Circus. probably make a counter offer be culminated with a beauty can deter the groups involved

"Anna May" had the most And certainly not to be missed for the dump site in the near contest on Saturday, April 18. In this campaign from

covetous role in all elephantdom, I is the Immense menagerie carried future, but was undecided as to The winner of this contest, ele 17f Was Just wful" continuing their efforts: nothing

that of "Jumbo" in MOM mus by the amusement enterprise what the offer would be. pending on the age, will represent can legally ho accomplished to

ical spectacular, "Jumbo", Among: the new additionsis Titusville in the Miss Teen Age: have their billboard removed;
Cox stated he had not had timeto "
It awful)
where she co.starred with Doris Fluffy the tare guanaca America or the Miss Florida ton was just no one can force them ti shIp
Day and Jimmy Durante A true from the Andes Mountains of adequately study the resolution test. Age restrictions for the con 'You just can't imagine'' Just printing their handbills snub, bri-'
cffered by councilman Randy test 16.24. thankful we are all OK and not churn, By tilt same token, not'i
veteran of the cinema, she's Peru There's also Conga that are
bcn' / in just about every other huge man.killing jungle giant Nunnally at the last meeting: of Ben Busby. president of Greater hurt!" Ing can atop us from doing; _tIre

circus movie produced, includIng plus lions, tigers, ocelots, monkeys the council, in which N rnally, Pride, Inc. and David Covington These were the words writtento A same thinii( In either words, i "ting .

the Oscar:: .winning epic "TheGreatest camels, dromedaries and an opponent of the previous offers who is coordinating the city's Titusville Fire Dept engineer/: our own horn only I doiijj itbetter
Show on Earth", and llama made by Cox, offered to trade- participation in the month act and Mrs Melvyn Higgs by his .
the 19-acre land-locked dumpsite all civic anl servUe sister, Mrs, Mildred McLean, and
ivitlcs, urge "The distance from l Daytona
slit modeled for Mama Elephant .
with its entire compliment of inside I
Walt Disney's "Dumbo". Coming for six acres property clubs, and individual citizens to postmarked Anchorage/ Alaska, otiw Beach to southeast: coastal rrtiei
n of performers, Sells and Rcyal Oak subdivision, to be cooperate with Pride during thin Mr*. McLean was trying, In n.- VN ; via Interstate 4 and the Sunshine
Slit is such a favorite in Hoi Gray will bring a brand new big suitable for a "civic hall or like month to help create a more words, to describe the horrible Parkway is not shorter th 'ri

lywnod not only because of her top fireproof and rainproof.All uses." A counter proposal in the beautiful Titusville experiences the people of Alaska U S. highway No. 1 and lri">

oninzlng intelligence, but alsof word robe has been specially same resolution was that the went through in those short minutes driving. time U not less than. It Is

>r her gentle nature and com designed by Inez of Paris, and city would I retain I the site, develop that "seemed like hours, on U. S. No I I. U.s. No. I Is nov/ :

plete trustworthiness. She's so rigging!:, and props have been rebuilt and improve it to the satisfaction Community The letter, in part,. rea,is: almost/ entirely 4-laneni from

docile the even did close.up* The t0 convoys of spec. of the development COlT'rJY! and .' This happened( Friday, r Daytona south and .**.*. janthrHO
with Doris Day. In fact, she is tally built all steel semi trailer then lease it to Royal Oak on a
(Good Friday) at 5:36: p.m, We : to 45 day will. be <** j<*tr +
reputed to have been the favor trucks have been repainted, and year.to.year basis Calendar had just finished supper and at lanrd all the way to. HomeMeaJ.

lit elephant of the late Cecil B. a new grandstand has been con Cox stated that it looked to six we would have been feeding a There are many pants o( intm t

DeMHte. *true ted, seats of which are saidto him 'like another gimmick to For listings of communitywide baby In front of the china closet" to the tourist aid traveler i

This season, the ponderous be much more comfortable hold us off" tnt pachyderms of the Sells & Gray than those previously used. Se. CLUB On Page I Jill Funk AM 7.0295. quake struck, and Mrs. McLean : of there being the free wurld'e)

I Friday, April 3 wrote, "My china came out of lariat,; space renter' : trpmenrlnly ..
iii... ...- -- I" Titus- that (china closet) and crashed to appealing) ; romnvntlirs thai I "
and .
8.00 p in. King
I = the floor The babies she nas south of the Daytona Brach area'
ville Little Theatre,
Talent twin, ) chairs were setting!: In ALASKA ; M and Mildred McLean excellent beaches, fishing:; airi
6.30 pm. Exhibit and IN QUAKE Sgt
front of the. china closet and they and other tourist attraction at ]
Show Riverview School. feed twins S 4t, McLean: is stationed at Elmendurf AFD,
were full of broken class: Thank if these things are matte' known t--!>
.Itj 7 30 Parent Student Anchorage, Alaska.Anchorage ,
: p.m. God the bible wt'ren't t sitting: In the traveler, it is oar feeline we
4 Dance, )Parkway Junior High[ them. could nut only !hire back Inn e
Cafetonum. !," she wrote Fourth "All of the roads to town are who have already forsaknus
"It just/ wrecked: our house; may ;
Street. the mam drag, has a damaged and bridges are unsafe
Saturday, April turned things upside down, the> but gain many many mere
crack three blocks long anti all to travel on and all the base
All Diy-Carwash $1.00 per TV, radio, lamp went out, cupboards tourists a* well
car Boyd) Gulf' Station, 425 S emptied, shelves, med. those buildings were damaged!: is restricted to personnel because" "To do this JIb effectively' require

Washington by Parkway Jr Kl: Nine cabinets emptied." Fifth street .u. where Penny wai 'the buildings are unsafe. the services nf all IM
q !locate I five story brick bull)ling
; Chambers of Cnminerce anl I
Honor Society( The local woman said her son, "We had SO) small earthquake .
r 8.00 'King and 1". Tit Mike teen !! completely demolinhcl Committee of Ira' in the! cit
m a
p -ajer was delivering after the big one Vie '(cpt In the*
o tusville little Theatre. paper on a route He was in a "My neighbor wn* down town living room on th* fkielr, rridny previn i I ly mention.!, and C':'!
Sunday, April S barracks at tlmenlorf, Air in her ear when the quake struck, night. Had the cwf\ packed with effort should! be a cooperative "
,. :tOO Matinee King and force Base, where his father I Is from a standpoint' of cost 40!
M .M1rs p.m. !! and, taw the building go down. blanket, food etc: and were
/; e I I" Titusville Little Theatre. stationed, and the barracks eol She toil' l me a woman was standing ). ready to run anytime Not much participation. ,

it v Monday, April I lapsed "But, thank gwxlncss ne in (rant' of the tore, and sleep because everytime. it would 'The Executive Manager I'I/J"f |..
Greater; Tituslilt thamb f
6:00 p.m., Spaghetti Supper got out just before it went down. when .it. started to crumble. apiece shake we would get ready to run
and the Greater
Commerce Tit
.J She related one fellow Jumped out of( window glass' fell froman
Indian River City Home Demon vllle Committee of too)( Mr. Ja, k
of the! third floor window in the and struck her, "I I just kept working cleaningup
titration Club at Indian River upper story .,
and thiniii bchwetniberg, win( be it tlllotit
bm* ) City' Civic Cente-r Benefit witting: It Jatk far In learwatrr' '
7:; According to the letter pandemonium other" wert killed in the and getting tuff together>: ev
Scholarsh.p Loan Fund. Iwo artiste. sa I didn t have time togo }Florists attending Florida Chamber .
L. ____ broke out, as people builelinu!, but they will probably .
Tuesday, April 7 of Commerce Ettc'lh..e'
-- -- the tu pieces But today Is whenil's
NEW CHARTER The newly organized president. John Nelson Pictured above, 10:00: a.m. Garden Clinic, terrible frantically consequence tried to escape of the find I utricn-l'kalle.when" they dig throughthe ready to hit me. meeting. and) will be available to

Greater Titusville Kiwanis Club celebrated left to right, Donn Searle, vice-president; County Court Jlou... Titumlle, quake, Mr, McLean saul GIs \\r "I am thinking very seriously dlicui: this matter with repre'

charter night last night at ChanticleerInn Harry Lindsey, secretary; Nelson (hold S. A. Rose, ......t. County Aft stationed at the Air Force bate The letter continue: of f leasing this place I don't thinkI tentative of yo'tr Chatibers sal

with a banquet. Dist. Lt. Gov. Her ing new charter); Jack Larks, vice-presi Wednesday April I were running, pushing and cresting "There were about 100 home ((sill! take much more Committees. <\f IMr, at his hea-t-

bert Johnson was master of ceremoniesand dent; and Jim Brown, treasurer.- Florida Governor of Kiwanis, J. S. Photo). Voters formation meeting. Woman nun,, M serape the unknown >f., reil but we don t know how more.. I write the more nervous I inn at, 1 :w pm. Call him Itt

Starkey, presented the charter to club '* Club building "It really cot downtown man) ''I'l these people are dead get time to suit your schedule,"'

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2 TItvtvlll (Florida) Stir Advocate April 3, 19(4 Orange Blossom

Garden Circle '

The Orange BlossOm Garden ira Ii
Circle met recently in the homeof Ut
Mrs Aileron of Mlms.
;z47 ;vi tlJl Nortb Netee And 8renard Nofee Mrs. Feagan is Feagen owner of "Flow- Phone 167-3994 with cart&on

/ en of Distinction" In Titusville

Mrs Douglas Miller, chairmanof and Saturday receive numerous prizes and,
At the rise of a curtain tonightat Inee and next Friday
the Circle, called the meetingto most Important of all, will represent -
8:00: Titusvlll Lilt la nights.A
t( order and conducted the read p.m. Titusville in the Miss
is being
Theatre will not only celebrate Hawaiian Luau
ing of the Garden Collect.A Greeters Florida or Miss Teenage Florida
opening night of the King and I, planned by Florida
and Newcomers Club on April 18 depending! on her age, and perhaps
report was given on the Arbor starring Roland Marshall
Day planting and the beautification Jan Kilgore, but will also celebrate at Whispering Hills Country later in (the bliss America

tub+ To Hear of the library grounds the gala opening of their Club. Plans for the event were contest.
available at
mad at recent meeting of the Entry blanks: are
which has been the circle's pro- theatre building on Carlisle St. a
peel f for the past two ytari. service and program committeesin the Chamber of Commerce office
Talk OnGommunism For man/ months members the home of Mrs. Dee Kestler or by phoning Mrs. Fran
The following slate of officers! have been working under the at 27 Gardenia Circle. Partclow at 207-2135. Miss Pride

wa elected for the coming year: guidance: of Andy Young, building The Luau will be open to thepublic will be crowned during special

Mrs David Ellis, chairman; chairman to rejuvenate the and will afford an opportunity ceremonies on April 18 in the

Mrs. Vivian Zimmerman, vice building, make additions, construct for newcomers to meet Titusville High gym.: Pride, Inc.
V panel discussion on Comnisrn chairman; Mrs Margaret Goad, a stage and prepare for area residents. An authentic will he sponsoring various
:1 "Undo It Yourself. i ; : M treasurer; Mrs Margaret Fogg tonight's show. The musical Hawaiian style dinner will be events throughout this month
score of the King and I includes
o, I feature: the meeting of thex' secretary. served at 7:00: p.m. and all
such Rodgers and Hammerstein at the home of
to wear Recent visitors
guests are requested
man's Club of Titusville. Inc.
discussed the
Plans were for
41! April 6, 2:00: at favorites as "Shall We Dance", Hawaiian costumes. Reservations Eleanor and Charles Armbrus-
ncfjiy p.m. which will be
: next meeting a .
"I Whistle A Happy Tune", brother George
and tickets availableby ter were Charles' ,
0| Woman's Club Bldg. on Hop- are
trip to Headquarters at Winter
tihs Ave. T Ty Park, "Getting To Know You", "Hello phoning Mrs. Virginia Keeferat Ms wife Eleanor and children
Young Lovers", "Something 267.7339 or Mrs. Kestler at Allen :and Virginia from
th panel will consist of the Mrs Feagan: had a beautifully Wonderful", "We Kiss In A. 267-7155. Ch rr>hill, New Jersey The

f-? Edward Norman, Minister appointed table featuring a large Shadow" and many more. "northern" Armbrusters were
Fiat: Methodist"" Church; Mrs. centerpiece of green and white This tender comedy directedby Nan and Curt Wilson of 1600 very Impressed with our area

4'Jnc D. Brown, president, carnations Spring pussywillowsand Ron Kilgore, will also run King Street spent a delightful and like Central Florida so well,
. ;tfholic, Woman's Club. and Carl I greenery.: The tablecloth Saturday night, a Sunday mat. they may move down here. They
Easter weekend in St. Augustine
W:Pearsun, Attorney. Mrs. Wm. L was while with green felt decora particularly mentioned how
with Nan's mother
M. Buri, chairman of the Department ,.., 4 ( tions. To complete her color Bowling Birthday Mrs.visiting Jane Httherington. TheWilson's "friendly and helpful everyone Is
of Education, is in theme. the dessert was a key in this area" Allen said "It will
Party For MoirsA two adorable sons,
, of arrangements. back in time to
i-njrge: lime pie. be: like going
Chris, and Marc thoroughly en-
Officers for the coming fiscal special bowling birthday go home now after the missile
The was a series of joyed watching the oldest city'sEaster
car will be elected during the .1. ________ __ program party was held Saturday March Parade which with center."
>slides> on Day Lillies presentedby began _
business session of the meeting TRAGIC SCENE A heart-warming but land Marshal the King; Linda Mahan, Mrs. Goad. 28, at River Lanes for Timothyand beautifully garbed Spanish ladies -
u be called to( order at 2:00: p.m. Kathleen Moir. Joy Bennett, local barber, is
tragic scene in Titusville Little Theatre'sforthcoming Sandy Gaetano Connie Goldsbury, some and gentlemen riding in old
(harp by Mrs. J, J. Condes, ., Those attending were: Mrs. The occasion Timothy's Florida Sanitarium, where he
production of "The King And of his wives: Denis Mahan, Chulalongkorn;; was fashioned surreys. Following in
duj. ) president. The program will I" is the final scene where the great Kingof June Carter, Lady Theon; Evelyn Wein- Margaret Goad, Mrs. Margaret 10th and Kathleen's 12th birthday were characters and rhymes of underwent surgery on Monday.

oifciw!; ) the business session. Siam dies and leaves the ruling of the hold a wife; Bob Pickering Wayne Hud. Fogg Mrs. Lois Dickinson Mrs. The party was from 10 to Mother Goose Land depicted by He is In room 2103 and Is reported -

f flostffscs for the social hour country to his young son Chulalongkorn. gins as Louis and Jan Kilgore as Anna. Jodi Herrin, Mrs. Polly Miller 12 with lunch served for the members of the town's little doing, fine.

HI dose of meeting are Mrs. J. Members shown rehearsing this, one of Opening performance is tonight followed Mrs Sue MacDougal, Mrs. Esther youngsters. theatre group. Nan enjoyed seeing
II. Sechrest, Mrs. T. E. Smith, the difficult in the musical 4 5 10 and 11 in ...... .
most scenes by performances April Lee, Mrs. Kathy Spencer Guests extending returnsto many of her former little ... .... PUS
Mrs. C. W. Kimes, Mrs. Raymond Laura Elaine the theatre off Brown Ave. happy I ." "
production are Hudgins new building Mrs. Vivian Zimmerman Mrs. theatre friends in the parade. .
the honorees and having fun AT
Smith, Mrs. 'Elizabeth Carlson, two of the King's 74 children; Ro- Carlson( : Photo). Joan Wheeler, Mrs. Marlon Me- Girls between the ages of 15 e d'-a'
Walker ( bowling were: Chip Rohlke, Jim
Brjdley, Mrs. Giles '' tfrid e .letK anpr.
and 24 will have an opportunity \ ,
Call and Mrs. Ellen Williams.
Mrs. Henry S. Elrod, Mrs. W. my Saddens, David Ingram, 'I .
to become Miss Pride this mon .
Xi Delta
Chapter Wayne and Betty Guppenberger: "f/ i..e D
M. .
D i Wilson, Mrs. Anthony .
Ehrct end Mrs. Lee R. Thompson Holds MeetingThe I.I R. C. Club Hears Talk On Hibiscus Garden Annie Mitchell, Joanie Hill, th in Pride a beauty Inc. contest The winner sponsoredby will I\ .... 5.... N E
Chris Coyle, Sue Graham, Sandra -
Circle To Meet -
i XI Delta Mu Chapter of Moir. Bill Mitchell, Dennis

Punk Schedule Beta Sigma Phi held a meeting Speech Therapy MondayCharts The Hibiscus Garden Circle Weaver, Patrick Moir, Claudia
Lady Richardson, Jackson, Jim LEARN EARN !
Thursday at the home of Mrs will meet at the home of Mrs. Gary
The Pink Lady Schedule for Nelda Flynn. graphs and various cr Rogers, principal of Coquinn: Arthur Carraway, 5 Fern Ave., Erhart Cynthia and Mike Fin-

they: week (of f April 5-11 at Jess Plans were discussed for (the helpful devices used in speech Elementary School was read Wednesday, April 8th, at 2:00: ney.Party Secretarial Courses
Pagristi Memorial Hospital is Chapter's Birthday Party which therapy were displayed most recognizing the donation recently p.m. arrangements were Speedwriting, ShorthandClasses
presented to tho school which made Mrs. John Moir and
effectively by Mrs. Nina Ransom by
as follows: will be held April 4 at Ramon's.At Now Forming!
used for the purchase of a Mrs, Fred Salter Mrs. Charles
when she addressed the was River Lanes Bowling.
Sunday, April 5 Morning: the party, the members will
L. hash; afternoon: M. Doerrler, learn who their secret sister for Indian River City Woman'sClub palm tree. The donation( was Enright and Mrs. Fred Sherry HOWELL'SBUSINESS

J. skinner, N. Shields; evening: the year has been and will draw at their Monday evening presented from the Department will serve as co-hostesses. Mrs. Business TripMrs.
Conservation of Natural Resources Sam Clonts will
the Civic Center. of speak on
meeting at
11. Conner, M. N Cason. names for next year.
Monday| April 6 Morning: Mrs. Ransom, who serves as of which: Mrs. J. H. "Herbs". N. W. Bryan and Mrs. H. COLLEGE '
The following officers elected Dean is Chairman. If unable to attend
M. Ramsey, A. Newkerk; after. were a speech therapist in all the you are II. Coleman left this week for 1528 S. Washington 267.1161
not; W. Howe[ B. Nunnally; for the 1964-1905 year: Brevard Cqunty Elementary 'The President rtcoenlccd! those please notify your hostess. North Carolina on a business trip. .
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evading: M, Long, M. Youmans Ethel Krone President; Keen- School, told the group that 8 club members, who had submit. --- -- ---- --
C. Williams, M. Willis. ee Massa, Vice-President; Mary percent of all school chlldrei ted entries in the District ,Six
'$aesday, April 7 Mornln1 Ellen Duggan, Recording Secre,, have speech; problems with 5 Fine Arts Festival at Cape' Col' ..".
F. ffounf.: t.. Pettit E. Tuten; lary; Jane Lanaris, Corresponding )percent attributed to articula ony IhrV' ''Ion, March llth.? A I 'I l 4
Secretary; Oneta:) Leutwylcr tion. Mrs. Ransom displayed a painting by Mrs. Larry Flink I."s'f '
afternoon: M. Kraus, F. Thompsorf :: i ,v' i
Treasurer, and Louis Scandrett, lrso d 11sF. p}r '
1s+Ft VId \ A
evening: P. Filer B. Mathigom head phone, magnet board and was on display and the poem entitled ; y
Extension Officer.
various other devices she usedin "Truth" written by Mrs.

\Jedncsday. April 8 Morn-\ Mary Ellen Duggan presentedthe her teaching.: She holds Joseph' Draper Kennedy was Certainty the price

ingi M. E. Busby, S. Simms; program on the topic "I.et's both a Bachelor's and Master's read by the President.
aftjrnoon: K. Goethe K. Glcr- Think about Thinking." The next Degree from Purdue University.Mrs. The Club voted to give a Certificate rw y :eqt

urn: evening/ : T, Kennedy P. meeting will be held at the homeof James Plumb president, of Merit and $10. to .- r i.e t
Wikon, T. Wilson. Oneta Leutwyler with Reence presided over a rather lengthy Mrs. Nick Turopoljac for her matters/ to i/oii ,

Thursday April 9 Morning: Massa presenting the program on business session at which timea winning entry in the Fa hion- t+ ,irlh;

L. Raiding, B. Jones, G. Bray; "Stimulants to Thought. "Thank You" letter from Luth-- Sewing content fm

afternoon: W. Whalen; evening: Mrs. Larry Simms encouraged > ..
S. alongue, N. Knight M. Episcopal ChurchwomenSlate members to get their Pap 1 ?RRiNG.yOL'R' ;'

Sprars.fjriday. Smear cards In and Mrs Randy AND CUTTER'S j ;sal V r ,:.; 5t.t. i ii .
April 10 Morning: Nunnally gave a report on the a h t ;
D. J Holland, I. Oesterrelcherjnft : Planning Meetingwill D.C.F.W.C. meeting held recently WALGREENPRESCRIPTION ,, JtWESCRlPflONS; 5 s h
in Titusville. Mrs. Allen V.ita n
rmon:: R. Kingman, A. Jackson

*' evening: G. Bell, M Mon- The final planning meeting of be at the Riviera Wednesday reported on a "Day In Court". tt 'WALQREEao'; L '
holfcm.Sjturday.. Mrs. Arlene Wedding distr(- S 3 > 'fc.an / { ,* *"'
committee chairmen and members noon. ,* "". tor 'trir isdpsestii; i \irfSiifaat
% April 11 After. f rr the 1964 Annual Meet Guest speaker for the Convention buted papers on basic parliamentary SERVICEIS y'' '..NC Sd K.
noon: E. Liner, N. Shields J. ing of the Episcopal Churchwomen will be the Rt. Rev. R. Procedures Mrs. Plink ; LSc ms
Skiincr; evening: C, Munro L. of the, Diocese of South Herbert Gooden, Bishop of the had on display the luggage tnat SO VERY '' {::; }';;; ; <,: tuv.jw, ; yj f, .,J imfe
Raft, N. Knight. will be given at the forthcoming i AtPHAM t cym .",' m
Florida will be held at the Riviera Canal Zone and the guest speaker away $

Motel, Daytona Beach on for the Annual Meeting will card party to be held LOW PRICED. jfj <;p: *'&$ R if %L'*? f SEjftft

Monday, April 6th, at 11:00: a.m. be Miss Frances M. Young Executive later this month. Mrs. Dolores t ; ) '' -&lS
i-iMtf' I'tj; '&> :
Each chairman will make a Secretary of the Nation. Manciiil was received into memo *

report unit working schedulesof al Council of the Episcopal bership.The vt> j'S iiila

all committee workers will be Church. President read a letter ,{, f f'k'

presented at this meeting. The ladies from this area who from the G.F.W.C. President, n.Br .
The Annual Meeting is to be arc involved J in plan for hosting Mrs. De.xtcr Otis Arnold, in
V held in conjunction with the the Annual Meeting are: from which Mrs. Arnold gave reco- .
s Diocesan Convention of the St. Gabriel; Titusville: Mrs. gnition ard praise to each individual

Episcopal Church of the Diocese David 1 E1IU Exhibits; Mrs. William club for their splendid

of South Florida on April 21, 22, Doyle. Hospitality; Mrs. H. cooperation.It !'% ;:
und 23. The Daytona Plaza will S. Elrod, Mrs. Almiri Buckham was announced that Mrs sr : ;

be headquarters for the Convention and Mrs. Jerry Herrin Pages; James Plumb, along with ten jai \ > :t'A t-
and the Annual Meeting. Mrs. Frunk Hubinger, Registration other Club presidents thiough- >
PRO lEM The Daytona Beach Deanerywill ; Mrs. M. Elizabeth Scobie, out Brevard County modeled tlvTS W'r "

IRATIONs be hosts to these meetings.The United Thanks Offering Chairman their Easter finery at the Eau ?,, e
Ei1S women of the Deanery will ; Mrs. G. M. Simmons Tickets Gallie Woman's Club benefit y

entertain all delegates and visitors brHjje, held the day after Easter. v
SOLVED oven. at a Reception at the Rivi The 1984-1965 slate of officers
lot((these who panplro heavily era Motel on ''Tuesday at 5:00: Returns To CollegeMiss wai presented for election. They

included: Mrs. Randy Nunnally
p.m.The opening service for the Paula Sue Conway, daughter President; Mrs. Glenn Young( ,
_f is.i'M t of Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul
Convention will be held in Peabody First Vico-President; Mrs. Ken
y Conway S24 Hopkins Ave., returned -
Auditorium at 8:00: p.m. on neth Kindivatcr, second Vice-
by plane to Gulfport,
Anew antl-paraplrant( that Tuesday The Convention Ban Pre"-tJtnt; Mrs. T. C. Pope, Re- I
really work I Solve under. Miss., Monday after spending the
arm problems for many who quet will be at the Riviera on Easter Holiday with her parents. cording Secretary; Mrs. Charles
had despaired effective help. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. The Paula Sue is a second year stu- Hecklomoser/) Corresponding .. '.
)Mltehum Anti-Penpirsnt Idymcns' and Seminarians' dent at Gulf Park College where Secretary; Mrs. Nick Turopol i
ketpi for underarm thousand of grateful Breakfasts will be held Wednesday she has recently been chosen by jac, Treasurer; Mrs. William

ustri. Positive action coupled morning at the Daytona the students as "Campus Favor. Johnson, Chaplain and Mrs.
with etmpltif ,entl,",.* to Plaza, and the ECW Luncheon ite of the Year". Lloyd Evans Auditor.
normal, skis and elotktng iimtfo Mrs. Plumb and Mrs. Nun
possible by new type offotmula
produced by a trust- I nally were appointed as Delegates
w<*!-thy5o-year-laboratory.. II ROCK GARDEN NURSERY to attend the State
Sat!if!action guaranteed.Don't
gif in to perspiration wor- 3225 OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA F.F.W.C. Convention to be heldIn
rid; try Mitchum AntlPerepfrant Jacksonville between April
today. pa( -day tupply Yr Extra Large, Fit. No. 1 13 and 17. Mrs. Simms and Mrs.

IJXJIJ plua tat. Philodendron Turopoljuc will also be attend
dow-ntw Cram Formula/ I $150 ing.
Sam prfet-tamt powfcV action, Selloum BIG APPLE PLAZA

RIVER Ear Tree.- Podocarpus25c to $2.00 AGENCY AVE.

REXALL DRUGSIndian Phone U7-29S9 Monkey Puzzle Troos. Shrub HILLS COUNTRY I. R. C.fridlY .


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April 3, 1964 TltuivllI* (FlerldaStar.' ) AdvtcaU Pa,. t '11r
.. ..... ._ served In a remote post His Eater Egg Hunt an Easter EKS Hunt last Friday
t1r.r. w sr .t : .i +IPIlI\"l\t\ \'ill bt Huh in'Itihlnll'un.
r :Mti II'Ut'l'' "I>f /tin, Pi' iiinry', Juntors :fluJ1a'nSeveral '
'f rt.r v r. \\ D. C., upon completion and Junior High Sunday Games of "Guess Who" 1

r of his present leave School\ daises of the First Missionary were played before, hunting the

W 4; L ... Baptist t Church met at eggs( Prizes were given to the
Attend Passion Play the one finding err, rnl/e most
k home if! \lvin :md Grace egg
11tti ; t a : : Miss Janice Hicks of Me !Merrill :24! ,i or,' A"',:nue for Set I I.RC. NEWS On Pa,. S .
Donald Street recently attended i
r si --- ----;.
11 the" Pinion Play In Lake Wnlc-

Back To Stetson I Skillet
Rich.tr,i 1 E!; Karherg son of
t Mr\ ann Mrs Elmer" KarbcrK of ,vfAtuty
315: nnvrhillrnue' ha* return- KNOWty
i pending Ea;ti'r vacation with
LZ.1i': nb parents A senior at Stetson, SPECIAL FOR SAT
Richnrd' did n dramatic readrn -

__ i n the First Annual Poetry ( HICKEtI99c E
E"- Kesmii ni the University of

South Florida In Tampa, before
mining: home on his vacation.
1't'vrously. as a member ofSlet."n'
DEN MOTHERS (left to right) Stella en Hopkins and Dee McCaffcrty Debating Team Richard .
Zirnfuss, Nova Thurlow. Betty Hill, Hel- particlpaled in debates

Indian River South Titusville Happenings LEAVES FOR CUBA AMI! Jack Harper, who is agam shown here with his wife and two daughters, left Wed- University_ in Mobile, Ala. 4'
-- -- With French Fries, ColeSlaw
nesdav for Norfolk Va.. enroute to Guantanamo Bay, --
Cuba, where he will be assigned to duty He has been on TidesHigh Buttered Roll.

Den Mothers Dedicated WorkersDen delayed orders from Miramar Naval) Air Station in California Low
for ;50 days. During this time he has been moving Saturday, April 4 FOR FISH AlL DAY FRIDAY
his family into their new home, 420:! Key Biscayne Drive SPECIALAll
The fish You Can Eat
mothers of Cub Scout with her husband. Riley. who should! be very entertaining for where they will remain pending his return from duty in 1 1:29: n.m. 7:30 a m Cab SbwButtered
Pack 310 all have a great deal In works for NASA, and their three the children as well as the adults. Cuba. He is the son of Mr and Mrs H E Harper of 1:31: p.m. 7:56: pm. Roll 69c

common-they love their work children Riley 10 and Rickey, 8, The Rev Ronald Holder, Pas. Maple Place Sunday April 5 i French Fries
with the boys, they have a great who are Cub Scouts, and Renea, tor of the Church of God will
Interest in Cub Scout work and 2. Dee is president of the Twirl- open the meeting with the devotional Managers present were Jim itmg with his sister Mm B<'tt\' 2:27: am. 8:40: am.
they are all married to men a.ways Square Dance Club They A business meeting will Sanders John Savarle and David Griffin :and hU mother MrII -. i'33 pm. 8:58: pm.
working at Cape Kennedy moved here from St. Louis Mo., follow the program at which timea Sanborn The second( clay of the .
Stella Zirnfus of Den One liveson 3Mi years ago, report of the 'Kids Day Cir tryouts two new boys regl slere', L Gumming, at 633 Pine(' Monday, April 8 O
Sun Valley Boulevard. Her cus" will he given, the daily attendance was 27. Lam Hi has just returned froma I
:1:2'!) a.rn. 9:43: a.m
husband, Edward, works for Chlldr.n's Books Also the nomination and election yeai'duty in Turkey where PirtU Plaza Tltuivllle
There has been a discussion 3:40: pm 10:01: pm.
NASA They are members of St. Mrs. Jackie Merriam librarian of officers for the 1964-196S -- -- -- -. -- _._ 1
the to makefour _._ ---- -
Teresa's Catholic Church and at the Indian River City Branchof school year will be held at this among managers ;;
12 or 13 man teams. Final
their son, Jeffrey 8, is the tub Titusville ,
: Public Library who meeting Refreshments will be .
Scout in their family. likes to cater to all sections of served decision of will the he tryouts made upon completion \rEmI.\ t tl.lIJ'M.: .] 1 .... : "Irnt lt,' t
Nova Thurlow of Den Two has her reading public tells us that
been a Den Mother since August, she has just unpacked a shipmentof Players' Agent News The County has Indi'td; ; to tspWt

1962. She and her husband, children's books for the young Ed Mills, players' agent for tile this Little league Associationthat : _
Frank, who works for General citizens of our city, Baseball Teams in this city re the Pony (Senior) League PATIO SPECIALS
Electric, live at 497 Abbott Avenue These include: "My\ own Little ports that the Senior League try Field, the County has built at the
They have three sons, Frank Cat" by Gerland-Ekeroth, "A outs are now progressing into the end of Stewart Street, will lie
Jr., 17, Dale, 10. the Cub Scout, Zoo in Her Bed" by !Marcin; final phase The opening day of ready by the opening of the ensuing ,, -
r <'
and Richard 4. Nova being sec The Singing Rhinoceros" by the four Season. ;
try-outs saw new boys 1 24"
retary of the Little League Association I ka
Anna Stanton
; "The Poodle who being registered, making a totalof
and Secretary of the North Barked at the Wind" by Zolotov; 3-&. From Turkey ,; WITH HOOD

Brevard sodation. Women's Bowling As "The Lion and the Rat" by La The average daily attendanceat First Lieutenant Clyde A. I I P/Jer7).1. MOTOR & SPIT
Fontaine; "Gray Shadow" by these tryouts has been 28 Gumming, U. S. Army. is vis I ," .r'Cn'u,.
)Betty Hill of Den Three has
Margaret Johnson; "Flip" by II N'rm i '
also been a Den :Mother! since Jane Moncure; "Felicia" by Lat Slld;
August, 1962 She and! her husband timore, "Strange Lizards" by $ 9 9
Millard, who works for Oliver Earle; "Us Mine" by Brevard Lumber Company 9
' Douglas Aircraft, live at 345 Bonsall; "Goodnight Sherbet"by
Pritchard Avenue. They have five Evelyn Lewis; Miranda's: READY-MIXED-,IN-TRANSIT CONCRETE

children, Tommy, 13, Johnny, 10, Beautiful Dream" by Robert m Building MaltrUI 4 lumber m Paint 4 Hardwire ,
, and!Danny, 9, who are all in the Kravis; "Quiet on account of WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSES
Scouts, plus Millard Jr., 4, and Dinosaur" by Janes Thayer and Let Us OlTe You An Estimate Has everything, .chrome
Suslje 2. They belong to the In. "Sherlock on the Trail" by James Prompt Delivery Phono AM 7-3331 ;i ; Jf ''spit with tines, quality
dian River City Methodist Church Holding. r d '' d YBTH motor, hood. Patented 4*

andhave been living here for the socket leg
'ri ,% '"' AOJUS7Mg
)past eight years. P.TA. Mutiny CgANK steel axle. H mbargann!
Helen Hopkins of Den Four bee Mrs, Grace Smith who is in r, "" Sam JanoverINSURANCE .w f4' e
tarta a Den Mother In July, 1962. charge of the Music Departmentof
: -
She; and her husband, Duane, Coquina Elementary School, r 9 i
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live at 635 Vanguard Lane with regular meeting of the P.T.A. Any Time em-.tubing throughout)
their four children, Steve, 12 a Monday evening.. April 6, at 8:00: FOLDING
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nis,18, and Colecn 6. They are She has planned a chorus group : Any Place 4 STEEL PLAY GYM WITH ALUMINUM

members of Trinity Lutheran from Stage III children with some ,' O Anything WEB CHAIR
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Sunday School class. They have also utilize children from all a 210 So. Washington Are.Titutvllle .
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A1II11 |!V TUB CIRCUIT: rofHT i>F 1't1.
lf TIlE fIRC't... rot'RT lot Jl III"Itl. IHlllf IS .,
IIlh .
4 trtvivllle ( Florida) SUr-Advoter. Friday April r, 1964 Tituivillo ( florida) Star-Advocate colt IIRII'Aall. c.Ol'lTi.( : iLUIt. tllH HHt.V.tKII; tOCMl IIMK' II
Gurney MailingQuestionnaires 10' 111\
Eslabllahed: .15545Puhllehed H\.CEIIV 511. f7e".5! I" CII\ ( tHY .n..I.1
JULIO MAZAHHE.UO. ..1I'It' ; '.IIIII..t..I) CoK O KIM' || ,
I ot !'( in..if.% !HUM. KI ii' suetpnKrtl1.0.1
(Editorials naf/ Wednesdays Friday MAZAIlREu'bM \ RIOSIcCAL'OIIAN
'lituivllle mar- Defendant. r ''I,
I A1by Advo a'., 1110. I'ANV. IMC. a Florida sort| | ', ,
>TI< K: "'K" St itTo 1'1"
To ResidentsApproximately z\ At The BierAdvocateBuilding : Pura A' In.eldo aJo
I J'" M taaln: Direct you ARE NOTIFIthat b11 ADELINE M. lie-ATON. ,iH u..
I .ij 1'1016 lltuaville, "'1... a suit Cur l"vorCI .u Clrcult .111., allll. not rvinarrlml. ,
toad aaaxst You In :: U.-f ,
residentsof -:
200,000 077 MJ Court o> me N.iita, Judicial Uicuil. ADKI.INE: M BEAT. .e
The Earlli Shook a e Then[ Came The Dawn the 11th Congressional District Henry H. Huileon, I'ree.Mra. 'In and for rev.u.Maiarredo.Couu.y, "IUrida.rial"-' TO: widow, and atlll not ,i.m, \

will receive questionnaires In the Hare( 8. Hudson v-P. entitled Julio De.etiu- Bile Jeorjla. Anu.' .
Robert H. Hudson Becy-Treaa. tiff va. Pura A. a arreuo Silver Springs! | Maryluu. i '
next two weeks from Congress : No. HiKJ. *"" '} YOU. ADELINE: !: MOt: \ I
=herihyhrequired: ;;'I
man Edward J. Gurney. Secend.Clau. postage paid. .1.. Titus.viii. to serve written a copy detente are hereby nnlliled that a C".,m",
., Florida. your anawer or older for Foreclosure of MoHmig.
The query asks voters' views to the Complaint filed, herein born rued aaln' you, anil ., ,
JIEIIISIIt.Ylurlda ; upon Carl O. Hanaon. AUurney'for... required to nerve a copy ,..r I
on major Issues to be consideredby 4"il* Weal Olange Av
Seen, ,\.H..t..a| lalntlfl. ,lethe Answer or PK-aillnin to th, -
Congress this year and will be .U..I. tilltitrlal \.url.lI..a Cocoa beach Florida, ass office to. z 01 plaint on the Clulnlltf a 'u ,
original' thereof In the Jo.h M. Kltm-raM.. 2J8 S',
4e ( ,y distributed by local Postmasters Henry. H. Hudson Publisher the Clerk of the Circuit Court De-oifcrevard Trust Bullillnn Miami Jj. h ,innil
under Public Law 88-248, which Robert H. Hudson, tailor. County Florida' on. or IM-! rue the original An..u '
David lore the Jinn day of April" ,
Dunn AdvertlHlng Mgr. rioacllnaIn the office of thdt
authorizes Members of the House FAiL N.JI' or a leu. .e
William O. Lyerly Circulation Mgr. the Ircull Court on or h. r..,
of Representative to address Pro Confeaao will ba entered. 1M"'i"in' 5th day. of May. A 0.. lUll 1 I it,
for the relief prayed for
Subscription" Rates you
fall to do ao. Judgment Vn :I. twill i
mail to all Postal Patrons. ...Id Compl.lnt. be taken. agnliint/ you t< i iI
Dy Carrier In North Brevard OONE AND ORDERED at Tltui ,
'fill'f demanded In the C< n'
contains I ;
The questionnaire a I Yr. I7M a Mo. '4.UO a Mo. 2.00 Stile Florida, this IDlit nay uf The ,deK.rlitli' | > of the ,n .i I, ,
letter to each resident in which March A. D. 1961.I"VUIt'I' rely proieedPtl. .aA!nil i.
By Mall In Florida ( SEAL: Lot 'M. Block' 46! ."f I I'. I ,
: flC Gurney reminds!) citizen of the Yr. Itl,SO 6 Mo. W.So 3 Mo. .OO Curtis: K. Barnes MALAUAH. I'NIT TWO n.

J importance of) giving their viewsto Clerk of the circuit*lorlili Court Inn in the Plat (hereof. ,i.rd i.
OulM.le' Florida' for Brevard County
I their Representative In Con 'Yr 1750-6 Mo. '4.uo a Mo. 12.SO By: V. d. 8anBlcr.| 1).C. of In the Plat I'llblK. llciok: Itcn.rrt.13. at I'k of, ISxrd j
Mar. 21.i. 27 Apr. a. lu l 1.'rl.l liM >4.
each Flnrl.ln
greis and asks recipient to County.

I II take a few minutes to fill out the I. Fti.t: L > O TIC': Ix TIIE c'ln 59 \ I)1. E'S(0110r Thin nnll.'e, .hull b,' pni: .'''
TO \VI10M IT MAY short form. MiTllK: In hereby given that the F .\. III Uu' Tltuavllle Mtu i \
Mould uf County tommlMlonera.illd 511. tx'r'
The Gurney Consrcssional:
:; |ONK AND:: OIIDKUKD Hr, I Ivllle
adopt. a reaululliin, March. 19. Ii'! RE: tIITATI lsFALIUA '
; Questionnaire contains approximately lull. cluBing.' vacating, and abandonIng OIlA\VOY 1-1oATT. Hri'Yurd ('..unIY. rloI.' ", ,
20 questions dealing will. the following' purllon of an unnamed IVce..svd.SorKK 'let day .of April A I IJ. 19t1l.\
Street, 'In Mime, Florlila. : 01 ITEST1010: (Court Seal)
( II i 1'' Foreign: and Domestic problems mine. fully described and bounded ai '1.\ K t. 11'1'l.l,1110PiSK Cl'HTI It UAIINC
follows: t IS M. l Iii 1"11.\) K.I t. CLERK: : t'MU'l'IT ('it!! Itl I
f i I I II facing the Nation. '1 hat finrtlnn. of an unnamed TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCKKN IIY: .Ik-rile Hull
: ,1t A rN Sample questions are: "Do you Street In Mime, Florida bound. : : Di-liu'y,' L'lelk
ed by the North line of Lol 2e, NOTICE IS HERf.flY GIVEN Joseph M. PlumraidJM
think the United States is winning
extended eastward Adminlalralor Kouirltv Trust Uulldlnv
the East
.. ; that Frank Loet.r Platt aa -
'. the Cold War against! Communism line of Lol :it, the East end of of the Estate of Allda Miami UJ. Kl'.rlda' '
n '" Church Street now vacated: the Drawdy Platt deceased, has. cam- Utanklln 1-6673
and "Do you favor In- North line of Lot 4.1, extended pleled the .dmlnl.r..llon of said Apr. J, 10. 17 .21 O'rl.) 1MI
creased trade with Communist eastward, and the Went right of estate and has flied his final' reo
way line of the Florida Kant: turn and application for d..ch..rleACI.r
I Nations? Other questions In. Coast Kallroad. right of way. all filing proof of publlc.lIon'oho..lna '
Mini) K: ion 'unit
site comment on proposed Med In Carlile Ward Plat of Mime, this Notice bar been pub-
.f) Plat. Bonk No.1. Scaled bid, will be recclMd I U
; page 4. publlo Itched once a week for four consecutive
iI ical Care Plans and Foreign Aid recordi Hrevard County, Florida. weeks, the mailer of approvalof Tituivino-Cocoa, Airport Autli, .

I a' rvyi I.. The questionnaire will be distributed In East Sea 17 Twp. 21 S.. R. 33 distribution said report of said and estate the ordering will come of the up to ConimlaMonera 7,30 f.M April Room 17.. lw<',:.,i i ,,

annually according to G'ir shouldbe C'oultnoune.. Tliu.vllle. tlurlilii r
thereby renouncing and dlaclalmlng before the Court Objeulone .
1// ,
One (Ill) 1'JM Husaenger Car to nH
1 ney. The results will be published any interest which the County Immediately filed dour sedan. Autoniatli Ti, ., ,
( > nnilBKlun -
t 'eA might have therein, and the Public. Dated this 24th day of March ...
wne'" not t Iran i Iii!>
tabulation the
following of re 'In and to aald unnamed Street.All 1964. ,
113 Inches, Ml Knglne tint I"
I 1 turns in about six weeks. The Interested persons take Noll'. U FRANK LESTER PLATT man. ilo hormpower outside' i iview "
4 / ref and govern yourielvea accorlInly.lIy Frank Letter Platt AUmlnlntralor ( mirror buck Ugh
Congressman said he expects Order of the Board of County of Estate of Allda renrculatlnii, heater.. and up ilriier. ....
more than 30,000 replies. fommlaiiloneia. this. 19th day o& Drawdy Platt. deceased live 151) 8:50 X 14 4 ply 11.-.
March .
Murray W Overelreet Jr.
not ten than 40.. ampere .all"

: .IV TIIK: < IK<,lir" 1 >IHri>*. Tilt: ( )Lee Wenner. Vice' Chairman P.Attorney O. Box for 492 Administrator nator, two ((2)) set. i-leiin,. ,
and windshield'
TM unl\l.l l C IK<'I IT IS .I Ml (Acting Chairman' ) Klaslmmee. Florida. wlprra wanliM-,
FOR BHr.;\ .\KI> (01 Nil, H.OKlilt. Board of County Commlaalon' Apr t. 10, 17 :24 I Frl) 1964.IY directional with signals and equlpp
'IN 11I\.Ct.K\ era, Hrevard County Florida power ateerlng prn.1 i
"0. ('-tllUI.1' l\MMI.ini.. .Jr.) Apr 1 (Frl) 14is TH h: 1'1X1) .IT ( OI KT ".' Tilt brukea. factory deluxe) air.. .u i iuuioninK
I NOTK K ttt ,M IITHW ... color' : light green
MS'fli JI"'I\I.I IKlir, 11111 \
1 ONONDAOA CVCNIY( 6AVINOH HIK HKt.\ SKI IOISI1;; Payment to be nmile. In twi-u, i L..'
I' DANK a New York coipora TII t. 4IHI'1Ir' C CII> XT OF rut: I.OKIItt equal monthly Inalallmemti
1t t / .., MSI JIIIK('I \l. I I'IKlllI', IS1ti .IS ( Si \ "Ct.II11.: IRDIHS01II All bids to be marked Mllil( I'.1 i I
'e"aJ it Plalnlltf.n. t'OIIIH); \KI' tOl.STt. .. Or our Sedan. Airport' on left uut-, .
w r i LIKIU\' PATRICIA O. MILLER. corner of bid envelope
1 i { ARDEN M. YI.VOUNO and SHIRLbl IS;; lll\ShKV; HIU.'OM Plaintiff.. The Airport Authority Boar.I.' i .
L. iNUiioiU.. hi. wife, >rl( r. TO l IIt.t.t'iD; y.. serves the right to reject am .ami .1 I Ibids.
_p p pI pe Uetendanta. KI DOE WOOD HVV1NOH BANK 1 HARVEY K. MILLER .
NOTICE: la HEREBY UIVEN:: domtsilo banking corporation, Defendant CORTLAND:: FLAKE
'I that pursues to the certain Final. Plaintiff l IN THE NAME OF* THE bTATE LHAlHAiANTITt'VILLEfOCOA
Final' Decree 'In oreclaiui mauc Vi. OF FLORIDA: I
and entered herein on the. Slat day ARLEEN M. PAYNE a widow< TO: HARVEY K. MILLER AIKPOHT AL'THOKITY
of March 11164 by the H"nonble Defendant Whose residence la unknown.. HKKVAKU COUNT
Voile A. WIIII.m., Jr. one of toe TO: ARLEEN M. PAYNE but whose last known address FLORIDA
Jua,.. of Circuit Court In and' fur Residence Unknown Is-: Apr. 3, 10 Frl.), 19t>4.
I : Let Us Have Compassion the IIlb Judicial Diatrlut ID and for YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED North East
; Hrevaid County Florida, wherein that a cult to forecioee a Mortgage MarylandYOU
1r THE ONONDAUA COUNTY SAVINGS haD been flied against you In the
K. ,
BANK .Is the Plaintiff and above Court by the above named are NOCK: Hilt, 1111)4ealrd
g hereby notified that a Complaint I fur bids will be reuelvetl b ,n I
ARDEN M Y1NOLINU and 511.50LEY Plaintiff. The property sought to t troreUoied b. )
Divorce has been filed
U YINOL1NU, his wife are la aa follow: agalnet you Tltuavllle-Cocoa Airport Aulnui< .
the Defenuanta tne underaigned Lot d. Block: M, Section J-3, and you are required to aerve a up to 7JO: P.M April 17 l'J<>4, at :"i
I! A Hand Parkinson AgainC. Clerk of the above etyled Court HOWE GARDENS SUBDIVISION copy of your Answer or Pleading. to Commlaittonera Room In Coon
: Helping the Complaint on the aAtlorneya
pointed by laid Decree, will 1o 'P-I according to plat thereof ae STORMS. PAPPAS AND:: Courthouse In TII uevllle. Flue) ,
for tale and aell to the highest recorded In Plat Book U. Page for:
KRASNY P. O. Box 137S Melbourne
beet bidder for cub at the east 86, I'ubllc Record of Brevard
Florida( and file the One ((11) Rigid name steel build!

t The local Red Cross drive underway to help the Northcoat Parkinson, a respected British economist Courthouse front door of'In the the BKEVAHU City of Tltunvllle County County YOU ARE Florida.REQUIRED to file inal of Answer the Clerk or Pleading of the Circuit' 'In the Court orig office Ing .60'Inside, 82-area x ID'of Air SU'T.rmtnAItype. x 40' i t....:

victims of the Alaskan earthquake and tidal with a light writing style, has his eye on govern Florida, on the 13th day of April your Answer with the Clerk of the on or before the 5.b day of May. be finished In panelling Vim I
; ; homeless 1964. at 11:00: o'clock A....., the following Court and to serve a copy upon 11164. If fall 10 do tile floor covering over 4" con'"
\ e. ment again. lIe is remembered for two famous "Parkin described property to-wstt the Plalntlffi1 Altorneya. FREED a by default you will b. taken so judgment Crete slab (So x 82)). acouatu'
merits against you
: support. .
waves your Lot 74 In ATLANTIC OAK- NATHANSON 210 South Washington for the relief demanded telling wall and ceIling, area .
Your Red Cross is extending a "helping hand" to son's laws." One is that expenditures rise to meet incomes DENS. according.1..': map or pl.lthereof Avenue. Tltu.vllle Florida. Dot Compllint.TII. In 1111 ldluivllle bit Insulated two ((2)) rent rooms
recorded In. Slat Nook later than April 21. 1944. If you fall with all necessary plumbln, ..,,/

i : count lass"thousands who have lost all earthly possessions, ; the other that work expands to occupy all the time oj' 1J, pace of Brevard'Couaty 4S, of the Public, Florid' Keoorda to belief do.nlered.0. a "allnlt decree pro yOU confe..o for the will re- coneeeullve notice shall weeks be pebll.hed'forfour 1n the TI.TU8VIL' fUturea(54' wartll, Tiled.height tlnur Huthllng and will/t .

j : along with loved ones and friends dead or missing, and of the number of people available to do it. together with : demanded In the Complaint. 'Florida. STAR-ADVOCATE. :. .TI- be dvalgned according to ..,nvtrtern .
1 Hot Point Refrigerator Model' WITNESS!: my hand and seal' of Standard' llulldlnir ', .
IJ : confronted with disaster on hand. The other day he added this bit of insight: Nationalized No. EYRA salts, Court at Brevard County this DONE AND ORDERED: .l THuevllle Hpeclfleatlona may be had. it In'
are every Florida. the let day of April.
1 Hot Point' Di.hwa her Model 16 day of March 19B4. Hrevard County Utxtrlct 1 ..1<.

: The plight of these citizens Is being duly recognized industry tends to go bankrupt. all No.ae BB-25 more particularly not forth In Clerk Curtis of K.Circuit Barnes Court 1964.(CIRCUIT: COURT REAL) flee.Payment. to be made Inet'.rion ,

: from Washington on down, but every bit of aid available From the howl raised by the British Labor Party the aforesaId Decree :In Foreclosureon By Myrtle Hall CURTIS R. BARNES and acceptance by Airport upon A'tIt,.
file In the above described Court Deputy Clerk' Clerk of the Circuit Court orlty Board.
: is direly needed in the aftermath of this catastrophe, you'd think it weren't true. But Mr Parkinson was Court SealtCLJvllS. Court Seal') Brevard County Florida. Hide to ba market "Rld-Alrpor<
R. BARNES:: Mar 20, 27. Apr. a, 10 (Frl) 19C4.SOTIIK BY Bertie HIliDeputy Building on I left hand cornet 'd.f
j ;L- which threatens to cripple its entire economy merely stating what he had observed in England and ,"".. Ul Um folio CUtlltDy Clerk bid' envelope
v. 8. bpaiigiurDeputy !: tClK) Bust Apr. 3, 10 17, 24 (Frl..) 1964. Airport Authority Board rftcr'"
;_ ? Your contributions will not only be welcome andy elsewhere. The British Railways are trying to avoid imrk Sealed bid. will be received by the right to reject any and all bM,
e the Tltu.vllle-Cocoa Airport Authority
Apr. a (IFrl.) 1ua"
helpful in their present hour of need but will aid Red bankruptcy by lopping off trains and employees right and up to 7:30: P.M. April 17 1964 IS;; Tit K < .IK('I IT ( Cll HITllh> C'H"'RMANTITl."VILLF..OCOA
l.s lilt: lutxrt J j 'j Cross plans for continued long-range help in building left. State-owned enterprises from India's steel plantsto c.ul'KI' BxhrRU lut.u5, County Florida, Courthouse for 'In Tltuivllle .tl.OHIO\" ", K>K HKM .IKI tot >T%. AIRPORT! AUTHORITY

1 ; future homes and restoring a way of life for these unfortunate Russia's farms operate disappointingly and usually at kLuKIUA..or'ICE. .. !: TO 1-Kk.lMIUIta Cine ((11) Rigid: frame building' 20 (H..CtH" "l\lIlt.K: 1 llXITM FLORIDAApr HREVARD COl'NTY
feel wide t.: HI'l HI.K' \TIOS,
by 40 feet long by 10 :
: : victims of nature's wrath. prodigious losses. In re: Estate: ofHJALMAK feel high. Front wall to be open BRUCE!: WILLIAM LKSSWINQ.Plaintiff! .1 10 (IFrl.) 1961I .
JOHNSON for a illitance of 24 feet remainder t
10 The American Red Cross, as always, was among the Even in the United States, it's becoming common Deieaaad of building to ba divided Into va
TO ALL, CREDITORS AND ALL two area*, for office It) feet KATHRYN M LES3VVI.VO.Dcfenilant! .
J first on the scene and they will be among the last to place to hear contrasts drawn between the dwindling service PERSONS: HAVING CLAIMS OHO 2il:) feel and a nlorage area II feet .
:MANOS AGAINST SAID ":"'1'- x it feel steel' panel partitions.Office TO: KATHRYN M. LESSW1MQ I MEN & WOMEN
t : leave. Give through your Red Cross to help those innocent rising rates and staggering losses of the Government ATE: area partitions to be 2. 4 11 East TerraceLakewood ,

services and the low and You and each of you are hereby stud wall Interior of office to be New York
run improvements costs
: victims of this horrible devastation which was no t notified and required 10 present any completely flnlihed. Building to YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED

J healthy profits of our privately operated telephone claims and demamla which you 01 be .n upon 4' concrete slab that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
1 of or thing. sys
respector person either of have agalim theatate All necessary doora wlndowa, has been filed against you and you
tems. you. and hardware to be Included. are hereby required to serve a cup)
t : Mail your contributions to Brevard County Red of Hjalmar Johnson de- Neceuary plumbing for one ((1)I of your Answer to the Bill. of Com IBM
The lesson is and crated late of Hrevard County rest room and all electrical unite plaint on the Plaintiffs attorneyand
repeated again again. RecentlyNew
i Cross Chapter, Cocoa, or in care of the Star-Advocate, Florida, to the Honorable Virgil D. a a needed for proper lighting, to file the original Answer In
if York City learned that it was subject to the same Conkll na. County Judge of Hrevard etc. llulldlng to be In accordance the office, of the Clerk of the Circuit MACHINE TRAINING
1 Box A, Titusville, you prefer. In so doing you, too, County and file the same 'In his office with Southern Standard, Building Court on or before the 4th (day of

can extend a helping hand'!in an hour of great need. law. New York has a provision for the city to take over In the County Court louse In Code In all ph..... rlpeclflra-. May, 1964. If er'I/aI: to da so, Judgment
local' adilreu of the anlil, claimant lions. may be obtained at Bre- by will be taken
a slum housing, make some repairs, raise the rent a bit and and to be iwnrn to and prewnied an card County Dlitrlct 1 office against you for the relief demandedIn ,' KEY
afnreialrt. or Hume will be bnrrpil, Contact Mr. Spangler.Payment the Rill of Complaint
operate the apartments. The owners complain that theycan't March IS. 1964. to be made upon Innpectr DATED at Tltuavllle.. Florida, this
Revolt In Brazil | and.' acceptance by Airport Sot rlav of April. 1964.
ftAinu ('nuI>lon"
maintain the properties as the city wishes and still1' Fxtxntrl,. of tOoe I .ant WHI' Authority Hoard. (COURT SEAL)
Hlils In be marked "ft.I!. Airport Curtis R Barnes
ff ("-1m.' J PUNCH
T..t r.n
break even. New York now has reported that it Rullillnf) I' nunlde. CURTIS BARN
can'tjeither ; nrevard County .Florida. wit1" In l on left| hand coresee
of bid' envelope.Alrnort CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
: The threat of a civil War hangs over Brazil, SouthAmerlra's even with the rent increases that were denied to' calendar mn.'h* from. hee*b..i..Site.on"I, Authority Board reserves BREVARD COUNTY:
the flrat ,n-ihll'-iiilin
the right to rrjwt any and. all blda.OHTI.ANII FLORIDABy Free Job Placement
: : largest and richest country. the private owners clalma or dPtn."'" In contain (' FLAKE:, : Bertie Hall

S : Seven of Brazil's 22 states and at least one of its four It's an old story that the thousands of Federal enter-i" J.g/ J.William William Wnodaon Wni'dnon, rilAIKVIAN TITI'SVILLR( -COCOA FRANCES Deputy ANN JAM Clerk It.SON COMPUTERPROGRAMING

: : armies the powerful 2nd under the command of Maj. prises that compete with private business do not make Attorney P. O. Box.for 1175 Petitioner I AIRPORT HRKVARD AUTHORITY COUNTY. I Post Attorney Office for Box Plaintiff 131

: : Gen. Amaury Krucl revolted this week against President ends meet, and we taxpayers pick up the tab. Mar Eau Oalllo 20. 27., Apr Florlf'a, 3. 10 (Frl:)...IMI. Apr 3 FLORIDA. 10 |Fret) 11164. _I Cape Apr" 3.Canaveral 10. 17. 24, Florida(FrIJ' 1964. _

: Joao Goulart. Experience is supposed to be the best teacher, butt

: : Goulart has been associated with "the accelerated perhaps those among us who are advocating more Federal ":; I Train on IBM Computers!

: : Communist march to power" in Latin America and most ownership of housing, railroads, power stations and ,,' ....."..-.

: -. of the nation's generals are expected to join in this revolt the rest have had their hearing aids turned off. SAVE I WIRINGTECHNICIANS

e touched off when Goulart freed group/ of leftist marines 1"e '\

1 .' and sailors who defied military authorities over the week- sn easily modified or abridged to Remember also that your plansto t

make them worthless.We build a new modern printing
by barricading themselves in a Communist union I
plant there has been no secret

: hall.I' are proud of our little part yet some high; .powered planners Where Your Dollar

The states reported in revolt include those blanketing cf Titusville and would like to have planned you and your business ,

southern and southwestern Brazil and all but cn- remain residential.the The area of be.to out of the picture. Works Harder ALL PHASES
our east Is In process

''h circle Rio de Janeiro. They include the nation's largest ing turned over R2 for development Gilbert McCormick and Grows Bigger!

1 and most populous states. ai duplexes and whatever 104 Garnet Ave. e Cell for Personal Inttrvlt

tine U permitted' to exist. Free Qualification Tints,
J This should prove a test of Just what inroads the l i ...
i The lots that are on Garden t Booklet or Personal' Tour tf
,h Communists have made in South America and how stronga turned to HPand
St. are being over Editor
foothold the Cuban-based movementhas secured in its all tb.it this zoning entails. NO ff' I II FOR THIS Training Facllitlot.
I would like to express my appreciation YEAR'S
; '" richest country.Lellers We want our area to stay Rib all \I C.l HIGHERRATE

the0 0a)'. We want this just as :to the employees of WAIT 41>'0
much as a well established family the Star-Advocate who assisted FloridaTechnical

wants to enjoy the tame coning at the recent Dixie Hotel fire. We I
: From Our Headers his to the south on
as neighbors art deeply Indebted to all of you.I IT DORS MAKE A DIFFERENCE WHERE YOU SAVE .
the Indian River or as as

: w Editor: downtown, U.S. 1 and the cause you want your home to he protected apologize for not having

e.: the In report Wednesdjy'i of the meeting Star.A'iovcjtc abiut way The to area work.had RlA. zoning and ing. by good and proper zon written pressing before matter this have but prevented other 1 rstYe e rat S at- ing $ I ,

t j. the re zoning nup w t is in error had deed restrictions tu we felt Speak out against: these things .it. However\ I wish you would College

M Not everyone at the meeting our home would be thus protected now as tomorrow it might be extend my thanks (fur and on behalf and Loan Association of Titusville

e wanted Gan'tn' st to be business later on. The City Council allowed jour home in jeopardy. Remember of the city to all those who 7404 N. Atlantic AT*.

from Lake to river. a duplex to be built in our midst Mr. Hudson, your new Downtown Office Indian River Branch

Ten year ago: we moved Into ao to wipe out our protection of printing plant Is In a BA or Auto- pa rtlcipa ted. WASHINGTON AT MAIN 145 N. COQUINA AVE. Cap Canaveral Fla-

this area'and began limiting for deed restrictions and tone pro motive oriented business zone PHONE
Cleveland B.
Talmadge DIAL AM 7-1 til
a home. Three >'car later we tections. It now seems sheer follyto and should you want to expandor City Manager Cu riMQDi4 vid R.t. nnpawdtd $.m.Anno| .lly 17835575Pall.

found it. We foi..d j place near believe in either II they are rebuild it would be Impossible.


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April 3, 1M4 Tltvevlll. (PbrbU' ) shr-Adv.cete hp.J e
I Ins Members present were: C ckr

'Mr Delores Suirenoy gave Adams, Penny Focks, Mangle

; Pack 320 Mardi Gras each
'I Indian River City NewsContinued I W" bo k.mark end) personal llcflm, Carolyn McAllister.

prav'i hii\ Mrs. Surrency led Molly Hodges Donna Thomas

To Be Staged SundayCub ,, I I (he >.nl. n the Study of the 5th Hcnn Riddle.Ira.! Bertha

I Northern visitors at the homeof ma 'it'( chapters of the Y W A.um Swiine: Counselor. Lerita Arm-

( From Page 3)) Mr end Mrs Henry Lieber wv i' Shaun closed the meet strone:: and Mrs. Delores Surren-

Pack 320 is I having a and props for these acts! eggs and least cjtrfs Prizes were man and Ml s. Helen Hennessey 'n* I i I P ,,'i 1' (ri ,I,. ertor

Mardi.Gras Sunday April S. at A King and Queen will be chosen won by Jimmy Zimmerman, 230 Coquina( Avenue. during thi-
: 2:00: p.m., at the! Little League from the parade and ribbons Bobbie Jean Millines and Danny y --
past week were: Mr and !Mrs
ball field Sand Point. The pub. will be awarded (for the best costumes Merritt. DAVIS
William LAWN
Liebel man and grand. SPRAY
lic is invited to join In the fun Those present were: JimmyZimmerman
daughter Joy, Mrs. Cavage Mr
; Among the attractions will be The Webloes will be selling hot Faye Carter, Roger inn/ TOAJ
Bill Wright and family
The Beatles Spike Jones' band. dogs and cokes. There will also Thornton Hazel Millines, Paul w u ) STOMProEM Chinch
and Mrs Pete Ver Gaste
Can Can Dancers, and a Minstrel be other refreshments available. Taylor l Theda Thornton Irene
Band A variety of games include Help will be needed In setting up Carter, Bobbie Jean Millines, !Mr. and Mrs W. De Grott all a TNT Bugs

Ing dart throw, fish pond magic the booths Saturday night starting Danny MerrItt, Janet Hunt Dar. from Webster N Y. anJ Mr

tricks balloon throw, wet sponge at 7:00: p.m. and the presence of roll hunt, Kathy Childre, Debbie and Mrs. Art Elston, Rochester 1184 Fungus

toss and various sideshow acts any dads, with a few hours to Shartzer Ellen Millines( N Y

will be offered. There will also spare, would be warmly wcl Ricky Millines Brenda Ostner e tf Worms
be a cake walk. corned and deeply appreciated by K Kr
and Kathy Morris Harvin Clark a former resl
The Scouts have been working Cubmaster Frank Keller. Following the hunt, refreshments dint at 373 Stuart Avenue who aNV Fertilization

for the past month on costumes were served. has moved to New Smyrna %ls,. .. Her-

Beach, visited old friends here ---- -- n ____ _.
AnnouncesFor s
Card Of ThanksWe IRC Personals during the Easter holidays He

Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs is setting new records for New

would tike this opportunityto National Robert Pdlmateer of 212 Jepson Smyrna Beach Junior High

express our deep appreciationfor Street. were Mrs. and Mrs School In their track meets this l2oK ATTrfiS

the kindness ant, sympathy Floyd Grace and Emma Kron Spring.Mr. .

extended upon the! death of our Commilleeman from East Pembroke N. V; _

dear son and the damage: to our Mr. and Mis Clarence Long and:
and Mrs. Charles WiI-
home Especially do we thank the Mr and Mrs Louis Peck (from
Rex Sweat, who served as
TitusMlIc Fire for of Flamingo Court, had as '
sheriff of Duval and Batavia N Y !
their help. County guests over the Easter holidays
who is now retired announcedthat Presently visiting with the Mr and l Mrs. John Murphy and I

!Mr and Mrs (Faye he Is a candidate for the Palmateers are Mrs. Palmateer's family from Lakeland. \\ ITII CIRCUS (imparable) equestrianism reigns

Skidmore and family office of Democratic National cousin and her husband Mr. supreme when the Sensational Riding Santiago come

Committeeman from Florida and Mrs Joseph Kohorst of East thundering into the ':"'nu ring of the Sells & Gray Circus -
Mi. and Mrs H[ Knauss of
subject t to the ensuing primary Pembroke N. Y. and Mr and Among their ha .udous (feats of hurtling hurricane
Mrs Raymond Lee of Batavia Boca Raton parents of Mrs.
JANSSEXNEVER election horsemanship are massed pyramids, voltege pas de dcaux,
N. Y., who will here for about Charles Williams, recently visited
and principal ballenru Eddie Santiago star of the ,
Ex, -Sheriff Sweat is well 2 weeks for several days with the
troupe acknowledged tll be the Royal Family of the
known throughout Florida. He Williams family, at their homein
Brazilian Circus is the only man in the United States
(2eU4Z served as Secretary and then Visitors from this area who Flamingo Court who attempts the leap through the hoop of fire and Mike
President of the Florida I
attended the Gubernatorial Dm -
Santiago at 18 the world youngest professional bareback -
( Sheriff's Association and served ner last Wednesday evening at
Little League rider-has been hailed by trade critics as the most
Chairman of the Board of Directors
us the
Cherry Plaza in Orlando Included
and also( Chairman of the Mrs W. D. Bruner of IRC Little League needs one promising young equestrian Wal9A2e1t AGENCY

i99" Legislative Committee for( seven Titusville, Mrs W H. Boshoff more manager for a Major Lea All
events members
Scouting Y.W.A. News
teen years. He also was elected and Mr and Bra W C Crow gue team and several coaches. Insurance. I
must take
,....,,...... and served as President of of IRCElks, To date only 5 managers are 2. Participation and plans fur The Mary Reeder Young Wo- -
the National Sheriffs' Association available for the six Major (the annual Spring Camporee of man's Auxiliary met at the Cm ONE rtJ.

and as President of the League: teams In order for Canaveral Oistriet The dalesare tral Baptist!: Church last Tuesday( I

Florida Peace Officers Association To Install the boys to play ball, they must The evening lit 7:30: p.m, Carolyn
1012 votedto
1 April boys
have adult supervision.
McAllister lid in the opening I CENT
i The role of the Manager Is t to( participate provided enough With amTWO
Prior to his election as .small tents can be secured. This prayer Molly !lodges: as
I, Sheriff of Duval County. Sweat Monday Night care for the safety of the buys; i U j hike.in Camporce and everything pianist, the girls lang the Y,W.A.
teach them the art of
playing Hymn "0 Zion haste." The
will be carried in girls
chief by
served as Duval County's .
Monday April 6. 1954 Titus. baseball; teach them good sportsmanship answered the roll by reciting theY
and tents hand
traffic officer from 1926 to 1932 boys on are too
and while in that ville Lodge 2113 BPO Elks will and fair play. The robot Urge. .W.A. Watchword (Daniel FOR THE
conduct the installation of of. the Coach is to assist the 12,:3)). Helen Riddle, Secretary,
capacity he inaugurated the first
ficers for the Lodge year 1984 manager during games and 3 Election of new officers read the minutes. Sharon Clay
School Boy Patrol In the State. .
1965. practices end to act as Manager since the older boys are meeting vice president preside l over the PRICE OF ONE
He Is a member of Solomon
Those to be installed are: during the absence of that scp'ratcly: The boys were told business meeting.
number & AM
Lodge 20 F.
Exalted Ruler official. to be thinking of someone for the
Walter Macko
Bodies Scottish and Rite Morocco and York Temple Rite of Est Leading Knight, William; Anyone Interested in managing different offices The ghU have been asked togo PLUS ONE CENT !

Herndon; Est Loyal Knight, or coaching In this League, Harvey Robinson leader of to Clearlake Baptist Church,
the Shrine. He is also a memo
Harold Fahndrich; Est. Leading may cell Tom Walker, 2B70681 the \Ubel< Dl'n.lnd four Cub to help organue a new Y.W.A.
ber of the B P. O E., The
Knight Jack as soon as possible Scouts welcomed will I STARTS THURSDAY APRIL 9th! |
American Legion Veterans of Herberger; Secretary were as giwstt They go next Tuesday ,

BEFORE Foreign Wars. He is a World R. S. Batchelder; Treasurer for the last of the meeting Iwo (evening to begin helping organ.

War I veteran and served in ; D, L. Storm; Tyler, Dallas Boy Scout News of the Scouts Roy Malott und ize the new group of baptist t
SUCH QUALITY AT B 106th Morrison; 5 Year Trustee Franz Troop 310, Boy Scouts met at Jnry Champion, will go to the Young Women CUTTER'SWALGREEN
Engineers '
company the Civic Cunter for their tetulST .
SO LOW A PRICE thirty-first Division. Vulpius, Webclos'nsefling next Tuesday Molly Nudges[ presented tho!
The ceremony will be weekly meeting on Tuesday and demonstrate First Aid for ACCV.DRUGS ..
e Three Dimensional TONE Sweat has been very active In ceedcd by a complimentary pre.dinner night, The opening ceremony the Cubs prayer\ calendar The girls taking .

e DIRECT BLOW ACTION civic affair and is married and which will vas In charge of Jerry Cham part were: Carolyn McAllij:
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charge: of Gary Quoin Assistant Sharon
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,.,. TltusvlllsFlorldeltar( ) Advcit. Friday, April 3, W4
-- -_. -- "Seven Words From The Cross"Presented ( Good ShepherdTwo Pine Grove Baptist Mission To f

Mims Area HappeningsStudents worship services are

Al First PresbyterianSeventeen held Church fit Good each Shepherd Sunday Lutheran morning, Have Ground Breaking SundayGround

PTA the first at 8:00 o'clock and the breaking ceremonyfor pastor, of the mission, which Is
To Present ProgramBy members of the received into the church on ,
Tint Presbyterian Church Choir Palm Sunday: Mr. and Mrs second at 10:30 o'clock This the new Pine Grove Baptist jpotnored by the Pine Grove
Sunday, April 5, the< Sacrament Mission of Scottsmoor will beheld Missionary Baptist: Church otChrlitma '
gave: two performances Easter Ray Brogler. Phillips Cash,
( Mrs. Gladys MeL.ndon) piece!' of the formal garden toM, and were explained by Sunday:: of the passion cantata, Cathy Constans, Mr. and Mrs. of Holy Communion will be at 9 p.m. Saturday *

AM 7.1248 To the right of the front portico Rev. rendergra Seven' Words from the Cross, William Hall, Mr and Mrs. celebrated during the early ser The ceremonies will be field at \ number of officials!! of stir5'

Is the! tower supporting he After leaving the church, the by Sydorr Robert{ and Barbara Lcuckin, rice the site of t the new sanctuary rounding Missionary Baptist

Moray, April 6th. at 730: shm and graceful: spire. Rising group was taken: out for dinner. The :minute: cantata was William Lcurking, William, Jr., During the second service a two\ blocks east off U S 1. Churches In the area are expected
f fj 'nl the Mims PTA will meet in base it cutmlnoUs There enjoying tints trip were, will be available for
>&3''fret above the :accompanied' by a string quartet Paul Marovich, Mr and, Mrs. nursery Roe Johnson is missionary for the ceremonies
t'Jet School I Cafctorium. Fallowgig its gof f jM'.rri! Cross Mary, Martin and Edward (]'. marie up of four members of Hollis Nash, Douglas McMaster, the convenience of parents with
the business<< meeting the 12 3/. feet high seal 5'S! feet Neat! I, Jerry Job( Ashley Con- the Brevard Symphony (Orchestra and Richard Patzke. The membership mall children: Mrs. Doris Funk

Stage II and III Students' will wide The spire is of white nelly Bob Wright<< Ruth Mlckle Wytth Read played firstviolin l now\ ) stands at 403 houwr! and Miss! Wendy Wheel.
present the program. which win baked: enamel on steel and is and Mary Sue Phillips) and Lyan- : Earl V/llen, second Violin tr will be in charge.
,iKn he presented to the students lighted) by fined rights: at right. ee Lltdejnhn. Mrs Pat O'Neal MM ; Adult members and workersIn !
Donald Smith Viola and
; the Sunday School class!! of Sunday School classes meet at
un Wondjy morning.
The tower Is not connected!' to and Rev Lfoyd Mum accomp
Mrs Curtis Bliss, Celto the church attended a covered 9:1:11:) A.iI., including junior and
the ,sin sfrnchire anted the young people.
The esntjts) WM arranged for dish supper! and evening of fun adult UiHe classes The 'Pastor's
Shower .
Surprise Stork The !fewer portion) contains a ,
string qturtet (by permission of
at the church Wednesday even Class' also convenes at this
A suprise stork shower was room for ushers ad their sin> ffow Church Schedule the Boston
publisher, Music Co) ,
Alben !
ing Mn!! Crutchfield was hour.
given for Mrs. Ray Church Wiggins of at( Bliss.. Above' tb*/ 1* the pastor's Mm) Methodist Chnrch".- and directed by Mrs. James D in charge of the arrangements, Girls' Mission League members HELP
the First Baptist
study that this
notmees beginning lantx, director of musk! for the with Mrs Ed Smith helping in
Mimi on Tuesday evening at As :you enter the lobby from Sunday, April 5th, there will be church. tile kitchen, Mr and Mrs. Paul will have their business
7 30, The table was beautifully
early morning worship serviceat devotional mission
the portico you see two brilliantly The adult choir also sing the Schmid and Mr. and Mrs Floyd meeting ana
decorated with many nice gifts 9 a.m. and again at 11 a.m., Tuesday evening at
of colored. Willet stained glass Resurrection Anthem, Alleluia i Brown planning the games, and study on
to be enjoyed by the guest Jr windows which are very beautl'ful with: Sunday School at the regular Alleluia, by Noble Cam j I I Herman Rlediger leading the 7:00 o'clock At 7pm.. Tuesday -
honor. Mrs P. W. Roberts time of 19 will conductthe
a.m. Pa tor Claus
The Sanctuary has a seatIng '
The bitter Choir, under the singing
the door prize. The group
won upodty of 140, <<. The four direction of Mrs. Jack Martin, 'Pastor's Class'Tne .
viewer the many: baby gifts'and ; Rex and Mrs Lloyd Mullis
refreshments of cup cakes, sculptured Willet windows on performed Easter Skies by 1; New Adult (Choir Church choir will\ rehearse -
wall of the Chancel visited Mrs. Mulll parents,
the east Nlcolwn at the II09 service
->and*riches, potato chips, mints, : : Wednesday at 7:30 P.M.
the great events of the Mr and Mrs. II. D Churchill, in
portray The .
member of the Junior
nuts. coftee and punch was ser Thursday evening at 7:30 0'
Butte from the OM and NewTestaments Clearwater on Monday and Tuesday Choir who !have been 4'1
ved to the following guests: Thesewere at of this week Being Formed At clock, the Sunday School staff- ELECTEd
Mrs. Ray Caldwell and daughter in attendance received red collar officers, teachers, and substitute -
MM. great Infcfest to the young visl- to wear over their robes. teach -will\ meet at the
Renee Mrs lee Ross,
Larry Bierman, Mrs. Edward Prize LuggageOn These were worn for the first Fin:! MethodistA church in the nursery room. Roy Kittles

Hcuss Kenneth Brackm, Mr.. Parrish Display At time at the Easter service, LI asure Sunday School Super

P W. Roberts, Jr. and daughter' Indian River Two babies were presented for new adult choir Is being mtenclcnt, will conduct themeeting
DrugsThe baptism by their parents: John Pastor Claus will bring
Beth, and Mrs Joseph Boat- formed at First Methodist DEMOCRAT
wrigM\ Hostesses were Mrs. Hospital I 3-piece matched luggage Barrett Forbes, son of Mr. and Church, Titnsville. Miss Alice! the devotional
Mrs. John and Michael
Andy Loot! ?;, Mrs. Gene Gilmore, set to be given as a special prizeat Wade Rumpus son; of Mr and Conner will be the director The The Rev. Arnold F. Claus is COUNTY COMMISSION! DIST. No. 1
Mrs Tom Jamison and Mrs. the IRC Woman's Club Des- j new choir will t !have its first practice I
ActivilyAdmission Mrs, Warren Bumpus In the pastor for the congregationat
the church
John Wednesday
Kennedy.Youth Bert Party Wednesday, Rev. Charles Bates, minister, evening at 7:30. Good Shepherd Lutheran
April 22 will be on display at
the Easter Church. Good
and dismissals at presented sermon entitled Shepherd is one
Group Visits This new choir Is being formed
Indian River Bcxall) Drugs I Indian ,
"The ABC of Immortality" mile west of Washington Avenueon
The Youth membership class! Jess Pmish Memorial Hospital River Plaia!, through Wed to sing each Sunday!! morning durIng (Pol. Adv Pd for by Mary Alice Kittles Camp Trcas)
Sixteen members Garden Street in Titusville
for March 31 April 1 were as new were a newly scheduled worship .i
of the Mims Methodist Church nesday, April 8th.
follows: service to begin on April 12th at
Tickets available the
visited the First Methodist are In
Church of Orlando last week. March II pharmacy there or from any D. L. 945:
Admitted i eAdah: Rigby Miss Conner has a Bachelor of lw dar
Pastor Rev. Edward J. Pen- dub member.
Suess and Cora triggers: ; Others Arts degree and a Master of Arts Add A Room !
showed the through
dergrass group Grace McClen- !degree in Music with In
: EbM: Flynn, a major
this beautiful Church. don, June Pilgrim. India River Mental Health Dies In Stark :"choral conductinaThe latter de
with, the \1 r
They were Impressed was earned I I ,
CIty; aad Crawford Catia, Jacksonville gree at Carnegie Institute
beautiful! builJmg, made from Mrs. D. L Rigby, sister of O of Technology, School of CALL US FIRST tREE ESTIMATES .
white cast stone There is a Discharged: Titusville: Pearl- Group To Hear W. Mart of Mims, pased away *Fine Arts Besides being actively
great t Portico and Formal Gar- w Park, Bill Goodwin, Dorothy Wednesday, April 1, In Stark engaged in choral work she was f NO OBLIGATION 16 YEARS EXPERT-

den'w'here members and visitors1 tinkle( Raymond Johnsonl} Hospital, Stark. lectured widely on choral tech 7 ENCE IN BUILDING LICENSED: AND INSURED -
may participate in Christian Others: 'Lucy Strickland, Mime Dr. Paul LeedsThe Funeral services will be heldat piques, most recently at the Music
fellowship before and after services April It 1 p.m. today (Friday) at the Educators National Confer. "e y RESIDENTIAL fc COMMERCIAL.
The Portico has four tor- Stark First Baptist Church. Bur enee in Washington, D.C. She is a S.r
Admitted: Tttirrvflle: JohnTackeft Mental Health Associationof *" NO DOWN PAYMENTI
inthjan) columns on each side ial will follow at the Evergreen Guidance Counselor at Titusville
Jr., Wetland Thompson, Brevard County announces -
approximately thirty feet high Bob Futch. Leretta Boyttt and that Dr. Paul Leeds has acceptedan Cenetery In Jacksonville High School
and has floor of 1,739 Already fifteen men, women 9 a
space soj. invitation to y Zeke Evans
speak the
David Gibbons) Others Emma years of special training in Psychiatry and Senior High School Students
feet The floors] of the porticoand
Wednesday, April, at 8:00
RoMrtson, Mims? Jeffery Sur- group : and Neurology including have enrolled in the
garden area are of Tennessee and Polly Robbins, Indian p.m. at the Brevard Hotel in experience at the Mennmger new choir
quartzite A circular fountain rency Cocoa.Dr. Others win be welcome and are Construction Co., Inc.
Foundation, Topeka, Kansas
Rlvef CIty.Dtsehngt'd invited
and pool form the center- : Titusville Dennis Leeds, a practicing Psychi Jackson Memorial Hospital, Mi Wednesday come night to choir practiceon 1425 Magnolia Av., Indian River City, Ph :247-3247 "Ift

Hardin, John Barker, Delores atrist and Nuerologist In Rock- ami and St Luke's Hospital in

Powell, Velma Stanley, Delores ledge, will speak on "Pleasureand New York City
NEEDs Cot} Others: Theresa Burnett, Pain". A question and answer Thoed'attending!! this lecture

lNElY1NGSHOP John Lake, Anthony Brome, period will follow his lecture. will have an opportunity to get I 1u1i[

Rena XTIit, Mims; Crawford acquainted with Dr. Leeds and
A graduate of Northwestern become more familiar with another
Calls, Jacksonville; and William
University School of Medicine, !' function of your Mental
Pritckett, Christmas
Evanston, III, he has had five Health Association oJ

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Friday, April'_X ItM! __ Tlrusvlllo (rM..rt'

Meets MelbourneTerriers k ill

Star-Advocate Sports i. 1.I:

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| With BulldogsTwo rTi 1.[.,

of the top three milers in

Brevard County, also listed THS
Team Wins
I among the best 6 in Florida, wilt 1 t Triangular

| meet! in Melbourne tonight is the
I Terriers and Bulldogs clash for

I the first time this year on the

I track Maury field.Roberta, Titusvllle's dis Meet Here Yesterday f

lance man, and iIoie: ourne's Sid e

(Merchants, considered about 2

I seconds faster than Roberts, are f
I both listed among the top three Two school records were lower Rum ; the high jump won by (Inborn 1111.) I..lnf. .8). Tim: 4'31 LMl

(county milers and also In the top ca and a team plWi Coai.li Don Bam; the broad jump won by way.. -.yard Wynn rclHV Vlrman Tlttuvlll. Cooper)tHai tie*fc.

16 ratings of the Florida High Ciixtwm cut "well soaked' as the Ream ; and I he pole vault, won br.*.>.>.. Time, 1la.l..: I
| |-).rd. run /h.I. IT). fine
1 School Activities Associationtrack aw'" 'J' ,de Titusville High trackiters soundly by W>'nn. (HI 1.la. IT/( notolk' { and field honor roll. whipped Seabreeze High 01Da.tona hollowing Loveless in point IMi''yard low hurdl.a Luvrli
IT)) (T), IT( ). II.tjilr
The third member of the trios Beach here yesterday totals were Wynn' and Ream with -n (..r.T) ,: J:it..8Dd. ISHO
a1 1034 to 68''*. Bringing the 12'i' -yard run llvam (T). tianeaIll
( up apiece Roberts
Brunner of Cocoa who has turn. faMl 1 7'Cooper //i.2 ilmby IT). Ilifr |1111) Tim
d in the second fastest mile run rear In the triangular meet was 7. Morris 7, Bain S''''', Iladaway 3NiimanS 2. ,
I) with six "H|>rlnl Molley relay Tltmvlll
vledo only points. '
Melvin 4'-1. Bohik 4'' .
n the state with a 4:29.6: follow I iMrlvIn Nil-man. Cooper, ll* d by Merchants with 4:29.7: and handy Loveless, a transfer stu Smith 3, Utynolds 3. Edwards 3, /. Hvabrtpa.', Tim: 2:of.4. ,'
; lent from Colorado, set new Killip ita, Uicnand 2. .2y..d gosh.. :Mlklvr (101.) LowIT
tobertj who now has a 4:30.3: Long! 2, I. .. IT''. :Melvin IT''. Slain IT)
1 thich he ran at 1 tae Florida Re -4gJ marks In both the 120yard high Oulishy 2, Sturiliio 2, Lundy( 1, uvnl.e,. 'let' 1 (tied. ). Tim., 24.5..
hurdles at 1922 seconds, and In relay TllulVl/I./ !
and Manee
ay's In Gainesville last week 1. steam. Ilchik n"h.te..b...aj
f'ocoa will not enter the meet, ho 180 yard' low hurdles in 21 Most thrilling of the races was: Tim., 5:41: .
u'conds He added soiond, in Shot t'ut Olb.nn II),
a the sprint' money which the Terriers
yhich means Roberts and Mer UI,. U.ynnldll ). Man* (IT), Plimn
$hands will be the main contend.rs phi r (ihi' 220 yard dash to wind up the won by a step in 2:06,4.: c* t(.' tort, (I and. 3'4 Inch... ..i
In the 'lay with 13 points Dunning the 110-yard leg, Melvin Ilium* Nelson (INS>. Olh.on 181;!
race. 110 rl.on) IMI) Ittynoliln' IT/).
The Terriers won all time re was about a step behindValser Inns., la9 t..I. :2 Inch... 011
However, It Is possible one of lay and picked(' up other first and Nleman clime through In the High Jump Dnl niT). .,

' y he coaches may pull the miler Uj places| In the mile won by Rob 220.yard leg in good shape as he (iTi llollhlli,, Kturchln: i reel (II Tl. .Inch.unity*. (

[and use him in a different event. .rti: the 4 yard( run won by faced the top Seabreeze dash Hroid Jump npun (T'
tltl) Mnrrli llnblk rtil.
Inhere he is sure of picking up Morris; the 880-yard run, won by man Wells and lost only a yardor lan' ,,. 19 ("I 7'i I InchonPol ITJ
Needed points. Last year against two. The Terriers 330-yard Vault Wynn |IT), .." :
181. .
llnr i IMl Kirby (Ill)
!Melbourne, Merchants was used man, Cliff Cooper was about II (xrt. 3 Inch, f

an another event, one that he was MILERS SET PACE Roberts No. 22 of Gainesville. three steps behind, when ho set
Maury Trailing behind the front runners is the Bowling
!lure to win. Coach Don Godwin Titusville High School, !Is shown in third position during pack of some 45 boys, and fifth from right is little Mike sail Sandcrab Archer was able to
I laid recently, that he would run cut to the Inside
after off
competition in the mile run at Gainesville Saturday, in Synard, who is starting to make his move. Synard won coming
the mile
Jllaury and possiblythe the and settled In
the Florida Relays Shown leading the pack is a boy first place in the mile, setting a new high school state BriefsLady rurve Cooper
[ anchor leg on the mile relay, behind him, but not for long I I.c
from Jacksonville and In second place is a boy from record of 4:18,9.: Roberts finished fifth.--(S-A Photo). Cooper passed him as he went Into .
In relay competition, the Ter- ;
the second curve and pulled In "World's No. 1 CyeU"
riers will again have their hands Keglers front to give anchor 4 yard Cycle No 011 Mix I I'I
[ full, Despite turning in faster Park Program To Horse Show Is I
man, Ken Haclaway, a lead of
| and faster times at each meet Mims High Individual game: Vera
about six yards. Collins, the final
Melbourne has a host of sprinters Wilson 221: Mary Williams lXi!
including Schnell, a 100 yard Slarl April 11Titusville's Planned High individual ..rries'era: Seabreeze runner, overtook Had t
SundayOrange .b
in the first half of the
dash, man, who has been hittingthe Wilson, 528; Mary Williams, 523. way quar o
ter mile, but the Terrier hung on. y
102 mark.Mtlbourne's. High team lame: Mt'rrlll'sACl'
first Recreation Sat. County Sheriff's Mounted !. Service As they came nut of the final
Register 724.
sprint medley relay Department sponsored supervised Posse sixth horse show of curve, Hadawoy had to break his
team has turned in a 2:04.9: playground program will get the season wit! be held at 7 p I.m. HiKh: team series, Richard's step to get out around Collins Y. 4
r Aircraft, 2093Mnnlliii .
and the Terriers fastest time hai underway April 11 at Blanton Young baseball players in the today "If we have enough boys Saturday April 11 at Fairvlew but he did and edged him at the {

been! 2:06.4: run here Wednesday Park. Mime area may be playing under interested, I believe we will have Park In OrUndo llxrrliictim rimnrrt Unit till I.onl 4,1 tape by a step.

against Sea breeze and Oviedo. Dick Miller, City Recreation the rules of the National Little the manpower and sponsors to A special added attraction of Itlihar,.,I'.* Plata Aircraft. Hardware. till till 411 411Mhdt. The 880.yard relay was lust as '

In' field competition, undoubt Director said a variety of activities League Association !this year, if have a fine sanctioned and chart. the show will be an exhibition by Murrlll Aoit Hrrvke HH 4" thrilling aa lUdaway, Wynn, Nle Vf 'I,

edlyt) Melbourne's L. Adams will will be offered including bad enough boys register for the end league" Turfside Twelve Quadrille Team Woole.n larger KinK Auto 68 M'4 &i'it 47! man and Cooper ran a 1,:33.1 with

give Titusville Paul Wynn loads minton, kickball, touch football, coming season (li.rrrydon, Mnhll Honif. IW4 MViCuller Cooper fighting off the challenge
of since the Bulldog has table games, crafts, free play, "We had 10 teams last year, The program will consist of '. auo..., Inc,, 5:1Se: im'n''' of Wells to win by two strides '

heed trouble vaulting around 13 feet 9 ping pong physical fitness act W S. Austin, organizer of the and there a good possibility we Western pleasure horse class, Cnn 1'lim (C.r.Orov Inn R3M.MV., SU'l MSknl After the last event the Ter From #29910 $$195; +
league some four years and hunt seat laddlescat I ln.ur.n.. M nit
Inches. Wynn's best jump has ivities and basketball. ago could have more, maybe 12. I equitation, I-1 rut Natlonil llnnk M HI rim caught coach Godwin and
been 12 feet. Also part of the park program also Commissioner for the Mims\, have the application now for a equitation, open three gaited eng' :\III.ko' Iouni :IT TlCltlwn. \ hoisted) him on their shoulders,

will -tie a) seven.week.,. course In Junior. Baseball Association said- .' charter ,and aftej, ,(registration, Ush pleasure horse, stock seat (Hunk. M>* 111''A. taking him to the swimming pool HAM'SCYCIE .

baton twirling. Tfiesi?' classes 5 we'll know if it is possible to join equitation, bridle path hack, for a victory dunking. Then they

Fox L Lake Park will begin Saturday morning GalileGame the National Little League Association hunter type, stock seat equitation, Laff-em-down all decided to go In and tile pool CENTER

April 11 and will be taught by THS-Eau ," he said hunt seat equitation, open jump. individual; Carol was the seine of t a brief but wild .
High :
Miss Becky Chewning from 10 "This will also include the ing, open three.gaited english! victory celebration .
Opening DelayedNorth a'.m. to 11 a.m. Each baton twirl sanctioning of the senior division pleasure hone, hunt seat nui :Miller, 147 s 1mmryl, Magnolia Plat, Tltusvlll : .. :
Here High individual series: CarolMiller 12'1'yard blah hoopoe tovlnIT 5.J King St, Cocoa
ing class must be limited to 15 Today boys," Austin continued. We tat Ion, western pleasure horse ) Quinn i*> Wynn ( ). Jones .
participant In order to give each should have at least 4 of the sen class, bridle hack ,hunter type, 402 Brevard's (High team game: Cutter hats, III' ) yard dish Well 'IM) Arthur
largest recre student the individual Instruction Wayne Craddock, a junior right for t teams, which includes boys and saddle teat equitation. IRS), Cnnpvr (TI): MlnliT I ( :)j. Time. "Nt d 2 Wriotls-S.. H.mbon :
ation park will not open this needed. handed pitcher and left handed 12 through 15" Trophies and ribbons will be 3C3High 1114 .
weekend as expected, however, a team series: Cutter Rata, Mlle Itohnrll. (ITI.) flmllh ITI.)
Registration fee for the courseis will be in the awarded in each class ------
officials of the County Commissioners :;. batter who has hit two home runs Registration held 1022
$L this will llims Fire House Friday and n Mn.lln. i5'no. I".I
District 1 said it will be year probably start for
Following is the schedule of Saturday, from 5 to 8 The II Pisa a 5nutter
the p m p.m. NB .
ready within two weeks Titusville High School Terriers Women's Bowling hate H I DO YOU HATE TO SEE
activity for Blanton Park: both days. Allry ('lIt. T 6
today, against Eau Gallic Assn. Slates MeetThe The ,Hlr,l. 1Tb. 5 T .
Dick Spangler, who has been Monday athletics and games, "We atdl have vacancies for .. nnirnH H TThn
working on the Fox Lake Recre supervised free play, table The game will begin at 3 p.mon managers and coaches and a few IV" ,a Tim :3 IDIf IT RAIN?
North Brevard Women'sBowling
ation Park for the past three games, organized activities. the Titusville diamond. sponscn.) Signs on the fence surrquridmg .
months, said the delay in open. Tuesday Physical fitness actIvities Craddock won his first ball / the park are also for Association will meet
Monday night: April 8, at 7:;30] I f have real estateto GET A NEW CONVERTIBLE TOP ATTAYLOR'S
ing the park facilities was due to supervised free play, organizes game of the season from Eau sale, on a two year contract of you
o'clock in the Community Roomat
Fox Lake road still being under games.Wednesday Gallic last month, 9.3, giving up $40, Austin added. Citizens Rank sell, or if you are
construction. Completion of the Craft day. Those only five hits, walking two and Age: limit for boys playing Jun looking for choice real AUTO UPHOLSTERY

road will be within two weeks, who are not interested in crafts also hitting his first home run. lor Baseball will be 8.12. The object of the meeting II I 'to
however, depending partially on will be allowed free play under Titusville now has a 7.2 record, Registration fees will be $1 for vote on proposed amendments, estate, use our classified 1027 S. Hopkins Avenue .

the weather. supervision. working on a seven game winning Junior division and $1 1.50 for the and constitution for the Florida. columns, AM 7-1170
Thursday Organized games, streak Senior Division Slate Association
The 315 acre park will be the free play, sports

largest In the Titusville area and Friday Special events day I'

one of the largest fresh water such as relays, contests, pet 'I-1 I (,t "' .S. '''"way No..L -.

swimming, fishing and boating shows, etc., Ribbons, certificatesand ,oowt'toWt4.TIt'IJVL1E. to ., i
other awards will be given to 4.1 ==
areas Brevard County "'
the winners of the various contests ...... '' X JUST .
Fox Lake Park Is located .:; ..1$ I \t 'r; r ... f JJHOMELITE

southwest of Titusville, off state Saturday Same as weekdays, 11.1(1. "I \ 6RcvD/ t I
road 405. The County has Inform. except baton classes will be offered ''h ''''OT R. ,
ation signs posted along the to the girls who are Interested "
route elr4t CO. ARRIVED!
TRADE ;, ._... .. 9

29th ANNUAL r .. Now you c.n.*. It hen the fabulous
The Outboard that
I 1964 Moment 4-Cycle.outboard
WHERE GOOD DEALS ARE MADE motor! On. demonstration ride will .

CENTRALFLORIDA "Th ri' No Substitute For Quality" cuts gas and oil cost convlnc.youthatth.rtlladllf.rtnce.b.tw *n outboards. I

j 7 7in cost a 4.Cycl In hall Economy cut gas and oil ('

vertible, I cyl c.n'$1095" $ I pals or.v.rtlbl, 'S2249$ .J\ 4-Cyel Convenience' tllmlnatetm /
PS, Automatic, power steering." cute- -_ !iy mixing, and ,tun/measuring of '
b air cond., Real Sharp mi tit. Like N.wlnomltel q 0 IU and oil, Since oil Is not being
DERBY burned as a fuel It also' eliminates f
il 1 VOLKSWAGEN 2 42 FORD 4 di'. Gii.' 1i.IVf.. r5aacvnaoisw ::it, smoke and 'fumes vn at idle.

door, really clean.: $$1195 1 axle, i crl., 'low mil.. $1395 _" =;! Cycle Quiet! I II something you'll
C TONIGHT .g., real nice oce- l/ i r'Tr i have to hear and get ready for a r
to oporitoM pleasant surprise .

U CHEVROLET, Va $$1395 55 I u: } Thar t Iota more about the remarkable ?
ton truck, and
runs I Ton igM $$474 I Homeht that will please and Intrigue :
driv.s like new t. roll :;;.zo:1 G __ you Before you buy, compareand
Racing Nightly 8:10: I : see the difference.
DODGE 440 Station' 57 CADILLAC 4 d>,
ONLY Except Sunday thru April > Wagon, p, leering, $S2395 1 H.T., R&H, automatic $$795 'I 4-Cycl'. 4-Cwllfttler If.M.M.*.wr
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P g 1 l Tltvsvlll (Florid) Star Advocate Friday, April 3, 1164p New Pastors SponsorGetAcquainted McDonnell Wives -

< x Luncheon Meeting 94TH CONSECUT4VE DlVIDEliDrQ

k iL1tiMs Party For Youths The McDonnell Wives Club

Rev and Mrs. W. J. Cox, new wl'l: hold its monthly meeting t1e.J/(3/J
r pastors of the First Assembly of and luncheon at the ChanticleerInn
God, sponsored a get-acquainted Wednesday April 8, with MUTUAL, INC.
party for the C.A (young people cards at 10:00: a.m. and lunch at This quarterly dividend of
per share U payable ontfrMar
), Tuesday, March 31. noon. fti/ 26, 1964 lotharc-

The entertainment and refreshments Reservations are asked to be holden of record a*of Mar

were enjoyed by: in by Monday, April 6, by call 25, 1964.

Ellen Smith, Jeanie Day, Julie ing 267-5509 or 2765504. R..r11. -T'EnMdatialry .......
Reimann Connie Gills, Joanna *
Parker. Judy Busby, Jackie ----I ELLIS E. LEWIS
i5r Busby Cindy Rehberg, Wanna will he the election of officers Zone Mgr
; Rehberg! Dianne Myers, Carolyn All members In good standing Box 1202 Cocoa, Fla.

Cooper Brenda Ballinger, Stella are urged to attend

F Scarola, Paul Buschy, Gerald
Buschy, Gerrald Parker, Rudy I.
r Rivers Dale Ballinger, Larry F EVERY SATURDAY NIGHTDANCING
Simmons Jerry Daniels, Rus I
1: set Wilkerson, Robert Joiner, h

FIRST TIME TOGETHER Natalie Wood and Steve John Register.

i'j McQueen appear on the screen together for the first timein VFW AuxiliaryTitusville E At The

: "Love With the Proper Stranger' which opens Sundayat LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
the Florida Theatre. Auxiliary 4228, i
Veterans of Foreign Wars, will

j utility service hold its monthly business meet. 9:00: TO 1:00: NO COVER CHARGE LIVE ORCHESTRA )
CLUB j "At such time as we feel certain ing Monday! April 6th, at 7:30: MEMBERS AND GUESTS ,

FIRST ACCOUNTS OPENED At the Goad and daughter Sherry who openedthe that we can deliver clubhouse p.m. at the VFW Post Home 1 Mill North Mlmt on U. S. No 1 1- Soml Formal s "
opening of the temporary office of the first savings account, and Mrs. Wil- (Continued From Page 1) facilities, we will again offer The main item on the agenda .
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liam E Decker the first i private golf and country -- .
Drevaid National Bank the above were opened per The letter to the members club format, and only those who _0- - -=--=- --- ;- -::- -=' = -=
the first t tll open different type accounts. sonal checking account. Mr. George E. read I
members of the
are present
left Mrs. David Rehberg, Sullins, executive vice-president of the
From they are: "In spite of Royal Oak Development will be given an opportunity to
Allen and children Andrewand bank, reported that new accounts
Mrs\ Phillip many Company's unflagging: join the club without payment of
Donna Marie, representatives of theWomen's were opened and he invites everyone in and experienced sense of confidence an initiation fee. a ADDITIONS
of the As- the to visit their institution .
Missionary area new in the future of the develop "Until then, the colt course will
sembly of God Church, who opened the (S-A Photo). ment and the golf and country, entertain play on a daily greens- E 9
first business account; Mrs. Granville club a part of it, a fresh and intense fee basis. Playing rates and other

review of influential particulars use policies will be announced by NEED AND
forces us to confront two the end of this month

I Bids Advertised For TBids -( Rose Hudson stark"After and some fundamental two years realities of cal: what"We has sincerely been your thank extraordinary you for

culated effort, we are without tz = REPAIRS
support, and we promise to keep
Dies Thursday water and sewer service to ,, he closely Informed devolp-
you on
have been advertised by the North Bxevard field development, and after soinc _
ments and resolutions affecting(
Titusville.Cocoa Airport Authority The terminal building, which, Mrs. Rosetta C Hudson, 77, eighteen months of the same kind golf course use and club plans"
i calling for construction of according to Spangler, will be 113 S. Washington, widow of the of effort, we are without title to The money was paid from the
two buildings at the airport, a built according to specificationsof late Peter W. Hudson, died at the city dump. escrowed account at Citizen's
terminal and a maintenance most nationally scheduled airlines 2, at
7:15 Thursday April
: a.m. Bank.
"Without reservations, then, we
buildings will be a rigid frame steel
Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital.
Dick Spangler new airport op. building, 50 feet by 82 feet by 10 for cannot predict residential construction 1
Hudson cripple
Mrs. a
erations officer, said this Is the feet. The inside area of the shell nor can we certainlyfix Virginia Class
is to be finished in seven years, had resided here a construction schedule for the j
beginning of many expected and building pan Of First
for approximately five years. clubhouse and its companion facilities. BaptistThe
long awaited improvements and elling She previously lived in Wash UP TO 5 YEARS BANK FINANCING AT LOW BANK RATES
added facilities at the airport,
The building, to Include restroom >
Virginia Class of First
ington D. C. Her late husband "We therefore feel required to ',
which he expects to be an in. facilities, will be finished Cnurch
Baptist of Titusville will
was a career civil service employee the club's membershipfrom PLANNING -
ducement for airline activity at Inside at a later date by the auth excuse SPECIALISTS 1
for 35 years. its share of the risks in- hold its April meeting at 9.30a : IN COMMERCIAL AND
ority or by further bids. This DESIGN -AND
volved In this unpredictability, m on Tuesday April 7 at the
Youth would include the finishing of the Survivors include two sisters, and we are consequently enclosIng home of Mrs W. J. Moore, 1600 CONSTRUCTION RESIDENTIAL ADDITIONS & REMODELING
Missing lobby and the airlines ticket Mrs. Rufus M. Robbins, Titus your presently escrowed Cardinal Court, with Mrs. Arthur

counter. yule; and! Mrs. Philip G. Beck- membership fee. Carraway as hostess .
The maintenance building! will man of Norfolk, Va., and "While we obviously can take All members of the class are UP TO 5 YEARS BANK FINANCING AT LOW BANK RATES''
Safe AI Home
be 20 feet by 40 feet by 10 feet Theodore Bobbins, a nephew, of no pleasure in the decision to refund urged to attendE.WELOPES .
and will include a 24 foot opening Titusville. for it frustration -
signals our
Greg Ivo, 11,year-old Titusville In the front. This will house the we are, nevertheless, STACKHOUSE CONSTRUCTION CO.I
High School junior Is back with airport authority equipment.The Services will be held at Smith quite certain that it is the right Business Sizes _
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert bids on these facilities will Chnpel at 8:00 p.m. today. The do. Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp ,'
Indian River Rich thing to for mailing Full stock at star. Tltuivlll. Florida P. O. Box 2122 Phone AM 7-3688
Ivo of Locke St., be opened April 17. body will be shipped to
been will be the "In are we suggesting g Adrocate. Over 30 Years Construction 8r! Horn Financing ExpcrUnr
Heights. He had missing The terminal building mood, Va., for interment in no way
located to the north of the surrender of development or ----
since Monday. present Oakwood Cemeteiy. Smith Fun a -- ----- ---- -- -- -- --- -- -
offices now used by a private oral Home of Titusville in club plans. In no way could objective .
Greg told the Star-Adovcale flying concern leasing that partof charge comment insinuate this. TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER -10 A.M. to 9 P.M.
this morning he voluntarily came the airport. We are dissolving no aims. \V. r
home last night after! spending Spangler also said that in the are dissolving no plans. We are =
lour small Island In tusville is attorney for the buyers
days on a
planning are "T" hangars fur dissolving no goals. We are SPORTING GOODSJAMBOREE
the Indian River south of tho while Seymour Simon of
effort to resolve the
the privately owned! aircraft at shorting no 'Undse
causeway Miami attorney for the sellers
the airport. essential problems infecting our
L. A. Melvin and Associates of
"I just had some problems I constructive progress.
wanted to think out," he said In Titusville have been retained as "We are, instead stepping up SALE
explaining his disappcrance. "I $$900,000 Land consulting engineers for the the pace*of golf course develop
felt pretty mixed up and Just property ment, (for the course itself Is
wanted to be by myself." This is reported to be one of not affected by all of this), and HURRY -2 DAYS 5000-A

Greg said he subsisted on cu- Sale ClosedGeorge the Urgent sales! ever made in we are otherwise determined to 300 MITCHEll SPINNING REEL
ban sandwiches which he obtained North Brevard Conuty and is one( even more aggressively contribute ONLY-FRI. 8a S. AMBASSADEUR

by swimming into shore and M. Barley, Jr., Inc. of a series of similar sales made ourselves to conclusive tot PLUS MATCHING GARCIA ROD
purchasing. by Barley's firm m the last three utions involving purchase of the REEL WITH A
announces the sale of 900 acres
"My first day out there," he in west Titusville to South Lake years. dump site and the provision of 302 MITCHEll AMERICAN FAVORITE

laid, "I caught a fish and tried( Sales, Inc., for approximately SPINNING OUTFIT 1 19 99 MATCHING
to cook it but it ended up half $900,000.! The property runs SURF REEL
raw. from new State Road 405 to Fox ROD
He said he "laid around"and WITH MATCHING
Lake, and adjoins Forest Hills FINEST !
having nothing to do, and Club CASTING ;
and Country Heights.
having! plenty of time to resolve GARCIA SURF REEL EVER .'
his problems mentally, he decided The purchaser bought the prop! t\t .... .,
AGENCYTruckload ,,"
to come home. His mother crty for an investment al'I' ROD ; 9ft
though portion of it will 34
said he was pretty badly sunburned SKI .
bably be developed as roads are j
built Into the area. SaleFERTILIZER 34.99
"I built a fire to keep warm
The sellers Ash of i !
are \11\
during the night: he explained.
"The first night I borrowed a !Miami, who formerly owned the tSALE SURF ROD
land under development by Inv I';
sleeping hag from a boat house 136 ABUMATIC
but I returned it the next day." pedal: Estates; Leon Kachurinwith "

Greg said he was happy to return the American Pharmaceutical '''I SPINCAST REEL ""' SKIS SALE
to the comforts of home. Company in New York, Mrs. .
"I didn't realize that I had up. Selma Uachrack, and Mr and'I 9 & 10 FOOT ACTION
ad my mother and father so Mrs. Herbert Go-sett, tilso from WITH MATCHING lMS-4 "lit Monster" . . 21.99 SPINNING
much I'm sorry for this," he New York.Thomas. I' GARCIA ROD
Sdicl! L. Henderson of TI. FRIDAY lMS-4TB Tournament Bevel 22.99
-------- .. _._ 14x99 I"

N ONLY 19.99 DP-17C Dick
0 SATURDAY Pope, Jr. -- -

Like To Combination . . 36.99

AMS-1 Famous Alfredo

.,v OUTFIT 404 Slalom . . 23.99 SALE :.


Dick Pope Slalom, Jr . . 13,99 6t 3 FOOT REBEL


RETURNS PREPARED Nancie Rideout Slalom : . 21.99 9:.

$ Challenger Slalom . . 14.99 _,,,_,_

UPPROFESSIONAL UP TO TWICE AS Specially formulatedMUCH UMCO Challenger Pair . . 18.99 ABU REFLEX
TACKLE BOX Perch Bream. While they
'Jtw 7e/ldd REG. .



Cover 2500 Sq. Ft. FREE SERVICE! JACKET, reg. 19.99 . . .
$489 On all Mitchell end Garcia R..I'
Bring ,our r"lln startins
BUSINESS REG. 2.59 NOW Friday and ttllY will be s.nf Sass REVOLVING CHARGE
SERVICES tl the Factory by AIr freight SKI BELT r re g. 7.95 . . LAYAWAY

303 So. WASHINGTON I ter S.nlce R.turned In 11 EASY TERMS
AM 7-5530 II LOAD UP AT THE VIGORO TRUCK Days W..ks You only PlY for


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J J '\ Around I %Advocate s

(By Bob Hudson) Th. Vole of 25,000) North Brevard County Residents / ,

We've been requested by the days we're going to find out how ''' -- -B
League I ol Women Voters of Central visitors to Miami Beach fare --- -
Brevard to print results of I I Ii .R
questionnaires they're mailingout It was the little boys' first _
to candidates. visit to church and when the GED Test Slated LT's "The King And! I

We're happy to do this choir entered all in white, he

having done it for several years. \v hispi:red to his daddy: "Look At BJC Apr. 7.8
Feel that: it is some type of pub quick, daddy! They're all goingto
lic service so that readers can get a haircut! Opens Here Tonight
compare candidates' answers to A special administration of the
some questions end then more Colonel "So you lost half General Education Test, CEO."
their School "The Kin md 1 i" will open II!, ;,' "'istein musk:,il will b store of a young English widowplated
intelligently make up your forces by a trick of the for the Florida High who has
mirds, ?" Equivalency Diploma will beheld tonightpril' 3rd ut the new unit I r the direction of lion Kil by Jan Kilgore/
enemy born brought to the Orient >m
Captain: "Yes, They rigged upa at Brevard Junior Collegeon Titus\tile' Little Theatre building :u'l"' Mtli musical I( dun lion l von Western eullunto
Kim: "Lit'a park awhile and machine gun to look like a Apr! 7 and 8, Chester E. Till ('ail vie Street off Brown Ave .J I I, ,I, Ihl\nl.'l11l1nn.\ order the to impart Kln 's court once i

t look at the scenery." movie camera, and the boys man GED test administratorfor Thi. ramous Rodgers and r Km* and I 1" t.t II, tin established there she manage!
tier: "Well. I guess that'll be just fought for a chanve: to get the college, said tad a)'. '
the King
not only to Instruct
allrislit but let me say one in front of it. Tillman said that it is Important si -- .. numerous wives and his even \
thing !before you fio! any further ? for individuals desiiing to children but the
more( numerous
don't go any further"A take the battery of tests to be halt
A I lecturer, talking on the King himself, a stubborn
sure that they have completed h3Ift'I'unnK'al. hut
population explosion to a wo' ehlrtKh.
smile always comes to the m"n's club stated: "Do you several requirements that are charming unpredictable and
t (face when we read editorials realize somewhere in the worlda mandatory before one IS eligibleto inpktcly fascinating imliviliul
ebout "overcrowded universities woman is giving birth to a take the test. played by Roland Marshall
and colleges" in the Orlando baby every: second?" These requirements are;: (U It i CffnuiiK drama ensues n I s ty
rapers, The smile comes to the The audience gasped. that an individual must be 20 the strufile( between two dii '
timer years of age or older (2)) a rcsi and personalitt
f face because: we recall the The lecturer asked "What i IUlll; opposite
; when, as a member of a special should we do about it?" dent of the State of Florida, (3)) FLO the! h'.op skirted gentle bin firm'
tate committee we spent a must fulfill the requirements in mndul leather and the arms s.
A declared "Find her
woman :
couple of days In Orlando! investigating make connection with American his htrluiic, seemingly infiixibl-,
and her stop]
;! the need for a public jun. Tory and government courses, but curious and siiintifu ninniren
and ((4) must file the application semi .
ior college! In Orange County They say there are two well Tho -political toni
"Not needed" said the powers known vehicle finishes lacq with the test administrator i In.' between the principals dii
that oefuie the deadline date into semi.romantic duel
that be on newspaper i lop :a
uer and liquor. PARTY SOON The Indian
How about the :9000 students, Tillman said that the deadline tin d.,nouncemcnt reached thrDUfch
who i will be graduating from date for fulfilling the. prelimin true, that arc both tense City Werruin Club will hid a i dessert card party In the
Orange County High Schools The shoe clerk had opened up dry requirements and filing an ana touching.There' Community Room of the( (('iu/i: 'n&! Bank April 22 begin-

each year In the near future; one box after another fur his .application with him is April Sat is real pathos( in >:."< sub ning at 8 p m. Ticket are now m sale and may be purchased

Whore will they 1I0?" we ask. woman customer left until the shelf.there ,i;00 p,m. Ke urged all individuals idiery plot a moving love story : from any member ol the club. Several prizes-
was only one on
frankly we never got a logical The customer remarked 'I who are interested in it tho beautiful slave Tuptim, will be awarded including a i-pieie matched set of
ui- vcr, But we do know this : taking!: the series of examma FV T Ftr I(Ii) lot'cs Nedimyer) and her American Touriiter LujK'ii0alued' in excess of $UO.OO.
don't really want to buy today.
if there ever were two places lions to contact his office) immediately R tw ,'et h>'art (Ray Ll'dCordl), There Going over the plans are. from left sitting: Barbara
I was looking for a friend.
that need public junior colleges so that arrangements s diiiMty iu well u* diminution Nunmlly and Rose Mitchell; standing, Jill Flink and
"WJ1, said the clerk, "I'll
more than Orlando or Jacksonville can be made t to( fulfill the above in tin character or Lady Thianj l Clare Stnims! (S-A Photo).
tike down the last if
we'd like for someone tc one you lcquirrments before the dead .June Carter), the Kings headw
think he is in it. ---- -
joint' them out tois, The success line date t"
,." .., ,,*1 "'"
of Erevprd Junior College Itidividuhs who meet the above .' Oilier principals include Way
las shown that students will take When asked by a new neigh. requirements will then ., ,} ,:,-,,:,_ .. ne Hudeins: as Louis, Anna MONEY !

advantage of higher education bor what her husband did a be eligible to take the series of FOUR FROM COUNTY The new Florida Law En- son, Denis Mahan, Prime Chul
opportunities when oUet'ed- wife replied; "My husband Is an tests on the two testing days forcement Academy in Tallahassee this week graduated ilongkurn; Dob Piektling, Kiuluilliome '
hundreds and thousands who efficiency expert, working for a According to Tillman, the tests 22 eitv county and state officers including four from ; Chump, Waring theinterpreter For Extra Fast -$160,00 BORROW ;PAYMENT. slew ,

could not otherwise. large company" will be administered only during Brevard. Left to right are Horace Wal&haw. Eau Gallic ; Ed Austin, Captain SERVICE. 13001) I I: $1779 [
"And what does an efficiency the day from 8:00 S:00 Fire Dept. inspector; Charles Slaughter detective serge- Oiton and George Mihan\ as 267-4331 $45000 S2123
And speaking of junior colleges expert do?" the neighbor want Examinees should report< to the ant of Eau Gallic Police Dept: John McEachern, Cocoa Phi a Alack. i $600,00 ; $)4:39 '
, the writer Is off to Miami ed to know Receptionist's Desk Adinims, Beach Police investigator: and Clyde Bates. Jr. Brevard '1 he show will open April 3rd PAY Loans BILLS Up To $400 TAXES ,?- -?_-. ETC..
I Utuch to attend sessions of the The wife thought for a (ration Building, between the County Deputy Sheriff This was the second class of the ml, will also run April 4, S. 10
American Association of Junior moment, then explained: "It'sa hours of 9:00: a m and 3:00: p.m. new academy which completed a highly specializedcourse and tlth For reservations call Southern Loan Company
Colleges and also a meeting today little hard to tell you, exactly, Successful completion of the in crime scene search technIques. The academywas Emerson Wilson, 207.4233, betvvoen I
f of the) State Junior College but if we women old it they exam qualities the individual to created by the Florida Sheriff's Association and is 4 and 6 ((1.m Season ticket 344 S. WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLE,
Board ,So for a couple of would call it nagging." See MED TEST On Pg 3.B operated by the Sheriffs' Bureau, tiokkrs must. have reservations.
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((2)) All anodized extra heavy aluminum awning type windows : a :., : rr
\ ((3)) 3 full sized bed rooms. *"< '

WITH V A ((4)) 2 complete tile baths '' .; 1tift *,*'

((5)) Oversize utility room with washer-dryer connection, ,: 1 : "
((6)) Home designed by master architect. :vr ,: J

((7)) All lots fully sodded with shrubs and palm trees. fr.r: .

Or Small Down Payment I With I FHA ((8)) Westinghouse WhispAire air conditioner. (Silent) ,. :\, ",v' '

((9)) Westinghouse WhispAire heat (Silent,) [ 4 ,

.. ((10)) Heat and air conditioning ducted to every room. ((6)) "**"'!'" I'D

((11)) Westinghouse Continental cooking center. : :' ;:

( FREE !I FREE !I FREE !I IWins ((12)] ) Color fixtures in bath rooms *;. *

((13)) Paved streets with curbs.

((14)) Sewers in and paid for (No future assessments.)
a $400 Westinghouse! home entertainment i center console All you have to do
((15)) Can be through Titusville Realtor. *
Stop by our office on Washington Avenue or model horn and register for free purchased any ... ..

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St. Gabriel's ChurchThe First MethodistMorning IRC MethodistThe

schedule for st. Gabriel
worship at First Methodist Sunday\ service of worship
's Episcopal Church, as an 1.>.WorW', MIlt yw Church, Titusville, will be for the Indian River City Methodist '
nnunccd by Father Ferguson Is DwoIIaMI auw. held at 8:30 a.m. and 11:00( a.m. Church will be held at t

a i follows: with the 11:00: a.m. service broad 11:00: a.m. in the new church

Saturday, April 4, Cub Scout cast over radio station WRMF. building, located on the Orlando
Pack 132 will have a :Mardi Rev. E. W. Norman will be Road across from Indian River

Cras from 2:00-3:30 p.m. on the bringing the message, "Easter Heights The pastor, Rev' Robert

Ch.irch, ground*. Began A Revolution". Waddell will bring the mes'sage

Church: School will be held "Help My\ Unbelief! .
On Sunday, Morning Prayer *
promptly at 9:45: a.rn., with classes Scripture will be taken from the C 6
will be said at 7:15: a.m.; Holy
Communion will be celebrated at /for all ages A nursery for pre ninth chapter of the Gospel ac, &
school children and babies is Mark. ;,
7:30: a.m.; Sunday School, for t1sL1: RG M pro cording to !
he fourth grade and up, will _: _wars awe vided in Hennessey Hall duringall Sunday School for all ages 1' I
of the church services.
9:00 The adult will be held from 1:45: a.m. to s
meet at : am
Youth recreation will begin at 10 35 The will be
this time Baud Matthew 21:10.20 : a.m. nursery
class will also meet at
4:00: p.m. on Sunday followed by available for School
Under the direction of Jack Because I live, ye shall live Sunday and
orchestra practice, MYF snack
church hours. The Methodist
: worship
Morton; Family Eucharist will also. (John 14:19.: )
supper and MYF meeting
Youth Fellowship meet
be celebrated at 10:00: a.m.; The In the midst of a storm, a .
Evening worship will be held at for their program and recreation
Sunday School, third grade and little bird was clinging to the
7 30
: Sunday
pen at 8:00: p.m. In the church.
below, will meet at 10:00: a.m. limb of a tree, seemingly calm On Tuesday the choir will hold
There will be no evening s rv- '
under the direction of James and urafraid As the wind tore rehearsal In the Sanctuary at
ice Sunday night. The adult choir
Munnla, Jr. et the limbs of the tree, the 7:30: pm
will have its rehearsal! Wednesday
The EYC will meet at 6:30 bird continued to look the stormin The woman's Society of Christ 7:30: p.m. in the chapet
the face, as if to say, "Shake Ian Service will hold its regular

p.m.On Monday, April 6, at 9:30 mo off; I still have wings." monthly meeting on Tuesday at Members of the Woman's Soc:

: &.m. Holy Communion will be Because of Christ's resurrec- 10:30: am In the Sanctuary. A iety of Christian Service will

.. celebrated for the Feast of the tion, each Christian: can look the covered dish luncheon will follow participate in the 24th annual

Annunciation, Trans. from experience of death in the face Girl Scouts will meet in Hen meeting of the Florida Confer

. Match 25 8:00 p m Vestry meeting and confidently say, "Shake me nessey Hall at 4:00: p.m. on Wednesday ence Woman's Society: of Christ
off; I still have wings. I'll live ; Boy Scouts will meet at ian Service and Wesleyan Service

S On Tuesday, April 7, at 930: anyway." Blanton Park at 6:30: p.m. Wednesday Guild to be held at the First I
Methodist Church, Orlando, en i
will Death do the Christian no
; a.m., St. Brigit Chapter can .
April 7 8 9th. The theme of the I
The Commission on Membership .
meet at the home of Mrs. Cata- Injury. Like birth, it is an < "a
conference is, 'He Commands.
and Evangelism will meet at
: at 1:00 the Mary incident in Me As birth opensup
pano, : p.m.; "
We Obey, The meeting will '
1:00: p m. on Wednesday Midweek open
Martha Chapter will meet at for a Christian a much larger
: .
prayer service will be held Tuesday, April 7th, 8:00: p.m.
the home of Mrs. Bolton and finer type of life than that r
at 1:30: p.m. The Men's Club will continueits
: On Wednesday, April 8, 7:15: which he experiences here In !
The Bethany Youth Circle will work project, painting and Swear.LIxVTwQ.d
Holy the flesh
: a.m. Morning Prayer, meet: at the home of Mrs Henry landscaping, at the building site
To be able to face the experience
Communion (
Markel, 434 Lenore Ave., at 10:00: Saturday.
: On Thursday, April 9, 9:30 of death unafraid, with th! am on Thursday; the Mabel Tie QWca Is YM

: a.m. Poly Communion. assurance of life beyond that experience Lorah Circle will meet on Thurs. Scottsmoor it's a Bible command. .a common-sense law of life "TViou halt not take -i:far'torn e.e. sea,yIlK -:::

The choir will rehear on Is the high privilegeof day at 9,:30 a.m. Baptist the name ot The Lord Thy Cod in va n." THEN WHY DO YOU DO IT??? :: ..: -: I ;- ':
a Christian. It gives new ) i The Violet Circle will
HuKhlett .
Careless habit? Limited vocabulary? Calloused souP JUST .....
a Friday, April 10, at 7:45: p.m. to mortal life. Sunday School Is slated for 9:45: Ie. IM Mfl
: Evening Prayer will be read meaning meet on Thursday at 8:00: p.m. a.m. at First Baptist Church of WHY DO YOU DO IT? "The Lord will not hold him gwltlti that takithHu .MM*fee fcvi ;':*.
PRAYER: Our Father, and t the Wesleyan Service Guild U>4 I*M hw
: at 5:00: p.m. on Monday, Wednesday while Scottsmoor with Benjamin Bus name in vain." Man, too will hold you guilty The members of ....,... ,:M7'k.'I.
we have the privilege of will meet at 8:00: I
a and Friday, and at 7:00: living: here, may we fill each: by, Sr, as superintendent and your family.-the fellows in your office-the stranger on the street =,';": IHI... ;

: p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday day with things most worth classes for all ages. rone of them like it! Your family deserves better of you. Your ,,,.,i,.

Church Of ChristThe neighbors expect better of you. God requires better of you. Go to
's while. Help us to make this Ordinance of the Lord Sup
! Trinity LutheranSunday world a better world becauseof Church of Christ Is locat per will be observed at the 11 church and break the swearing habit. Learn to respect and honor \

) our living it It. In the ed at the corner of St. Johns and a.m. worship service. Rev Lloyd and reverence God name. Please don't swear! rem

morning worship service name of Christ, our living Hopkins Avenue The scheduleof Anderson will bring the inspir ....
: at Trinity Lutheran Church Redeemer and Master, who services is as follows ational message. Ji'-' .
I in Indian River City begins at taught us to "Our
I t 10:IS. There Is a nursery durIng Father who art in heaven Sunday: Bible study, 9:50 a.m.: 8:30 Training Union will meet at
the service for small childI Amen" morning worship service, 10:50: ers: as p.m.director Mrs.and unions Grady for Sand.all This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
f I ren. Sunday: School is:heldr at*'IThought For Tho Day '5.51,1 t evening service,. 6:00 p.m.; \" ",
age groups. '. ,'. }'" "
J 9:00: with classes for all ages of lathe lifo.I am living worthy mid week Bible study Is on Wednesday Evening worship service will be : I'

children and a class for adults. of being perpetuated throughout at 7:00: p.m. at 7:30.: \. Duffy'sMims Moonland Mobile Homes Sales

On Saturday evening, April 4, eternity- ? Wayne T. Lamb Bible study classes are provided ,
! at 7:30: the Church Council will (Kentucky) for all age groups both Sun Midweek prayer service will t Florida U. S. 1 North of Overpass, Titusville

meet with Rev Richard Fenske day morning and Wednesday convene Wednesday at 7 p.m.,

a in a special planning session. night followed by adult choir rehearsal Town Motel
: Jehovah's WitnessesThe I
All members of all committees
: arc Invited. The sermon at the regular Nursery for children under I Downtown Titusviile:; The Employees of
following program at the worship service Sunday morningwill four years of age is provided forI I
I On Sunday morning the sermon Kingdom Hall, 1422 Norwood pertain to the New Testament all services Propane Gas Service

t will be delivered by Rev. Ave., Is announced by L. D church and Its relation to Edwards Realty

: Fenske, of Jacksonville Pastor Shawver, local presiding mln the "Reformation and Restoration The Sunbeams sponsored by .u
ister the Woman's Joe and Mary Edwards
: ." Missionary Union, ,
Fenske is the Regional Director -
:: fur American Missions of the Sunday April 5th, at 3 p.m. a with Mrs. Frances McElrany and r. Baldwin Shopping Center First Federal Savings & Loan Association
world-wide Bible lecture will be A gospel meeting will be held Mrs. Ethel Wood as leaders, will ,
: American Lutheran Church. given to the public by means of beginning April 13th and con meet Saturday at 1:30: p.m. at the Downtown Titusville
Sunday afternoon he will lead a
a representative of the Watch tinuing nightly through April church

I t practical group In planning Evagelism.a program of tower Society, R. Honker His 21t Marshall E. Patton evangelist The RA's, sponsored by the Atlantic Plumbing Co.

a subject is, "What Will God's of Orlando, will be the
Brotherhood, with Eugene Lamp. 329 St. Johns St. Titusville Luke Cain
Kingdom Come Mean To You" :
J Tuesday morning at 10:00: the speaker. The services will begin aeter as leader, will meet Satur
S Executive: Board of the Trinity Following the lecture at 4:15: at 7:30: each night. day at 1:00: p.m. State Farm Insurance Companies'

: Lutheran Church Women will p.m., the weekly Bible study will 214 Palm Titusville

1 meet at the church. The Con. be held en) "Of Which God Are Threlkeld's Standard Service .
You A Witness Part II.
: fnotation Class will meet at 6:00 Downtown Titusville AM 7-9927
s Tuesday evening The Junior Every Tuesday, at 8:00: p.m., 1027 Park Ave Tiiusvllle

: Lutheran Choir will rehearse at another Bible study is held dis Sunday School. 9:45: A.M. Worship Hour. 11 AM. .' Baird's Mobile Homes

: 6:30: Tuesday followed by the has cussing Fallen, "Babylon, God's The Kingdom Great Youth Fellowship. 6 P.M. Evangelistic Hour .' Indian River Machine Shop Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa. Florida K

. Senior Choir at 7:00.: 7 P.M Wed. midweek
Rules service 7 P.M. '
: At 9:30: Wednesday morning Indian River City, Florida
Thursday, at 7:30: p.m. the THOMAS REAM. MINISTER
a the women will meet at the Theocratic Ministry School Is Scriptural Christ Centered Everyone Welcome i. .. Boyd's Gulf Service
: church to attend the County t
conducted followed at 8:30: p.m. Infants &
. Home Toddlers Nursery Mims Citrus Growers Association Downtown Titusville 1
a by Weekly Service Meeting

: The Adult Class for Instruct- i,*fa.. Mims. Florida

f ion in Christian truths will conJ First Presbyterian"By : .
J time on Wednesday evening at TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCHAn 'r rfMr. w {. ; W. E. Kennedy ;.

:J730r : Appointment Only" will be ( American Lutheran Church) and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, J r, / $ -/' '. Badcock Furniture Titusville
the topic of the sermon by the .
r Rev. Charles W. Bates, pastor at 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE Mims, Florida Jir. ; :'

J Catholic Services the 8:30: and 11 o'clock services INDIAN RIVER CITY I
Bryan-Conway & Winstead Inc.
: Hours of worship at St. Ter Sunday. There will be a church. ,

7 esa's Catholic Church are announced hour nursery at 11 a.m. only. SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . 9:00 am. Brevard Lumber ; Downtown Titusville

, as. follows by Rev. Sunday School, with classesfor CHURCH SERVICES . . . lOllS tjn. Company r.
t Father John B. O'Hare, pastor: all, convenes at 9:45: : and the V
! Sunday Masses: 7:00: 8:30: Junior.Hi and St'nior'1I1 youth We Extend A Cordial Welcome To Youl)
r 10:00: and 11:30: a.m. meet at 7p.m. Belk-
: Weekly Masses: Monday The pastor's CommunicantClass CLAUDe I. TIJAN Pastor Ray Nelson Insurance Agency Titusville

t through Friday, 8:00: a.m., Sat. for young people from age Big Apple Plaza
J urday 9:00: a.m.ConIessions twelve, will hold its first ses 1 l

Saturdays :00-5:00: : anon in the church on Saturday I C

!I and 7:00.8:00: : p m. morning at 10 a.m. Welcome To The Burger King Morley's Western Auto

North U. S. 1, Titusville Mr and Mrs. Chas J. Morley .

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH II First "BaptistChurch ,. Washington. & Broad, Titusville ..

"In The Heart Of The Community"
of MimsOn Duff Electric Titusville : .
b Hopkins Titusville. FloridaW.
Mr and Mrs H. Guy Duff '; C W Danenburg

S. Hardln. Factor
u S. 1 to Mime Turn Left at Blinker Light. Danenburg Realty

SERVICESSunday Canaveral 1314: S. Washington, Titusville
Only S Minutes Iron Downtown Tlhwlllo N rtfi Rambler

Worship . . . . 8:10:: & 11100: AM SUNDAY SCHOOL ........ .. .. .. 9:45 A M. Phone AM 7.1348

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

Training Union . . . . . G:13: A.M. YOUTH CHOIR REHEARSAL . 5:30: P U Master Cleaners

Sunday Evening Worship . . . . 7i30: P.M. TRAINING UNION .. . . .. 8:15: P M. Fransen's Drive In Restaurant s. Hopkins at Titusville City Limits

Mid-W..k Service Wednesday . . . 7:30: P.M. EVENING WORSHIP . . . 7:30: P. M. and Employees South Washington

Oldest Baptist Church In Area Established la WED. NIGHT PRAYER SERVICE 7:30: P, M Titusville "
Air Condition for your Comfort Rev Joseph I. B *rwrfeh*
1889 Affiliated with Southern Baptist Conreatlon
""!'he End of Your Search For A Friendly Church" Mutual Insurance Service, inc.
Alr-Condllloned Mother of Three Mission W* Rinker Materials Corp. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Jones

Cordially Invite You to Attend Our Services. "Wond rful Words of LIfe" 7:45: A.M. Mon.-Fri!.. WRMF West Orange, Ph. AM 7-5900! Downtown TihuvilIePage


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GED TEST Orsino Baptist t

Rev. J. L. a.ilMl, pastor, will :

: Week I (Continued From Page l-B) deliver the megc during the 11 I
Church News Of The
f receive the Florida Hixh( School o'clock worship hour at OrsindBaptist

Equivalency Diploma which U two miles north ot(

$ flare Canal on AlA on the subject
issued by the State Department
I "Good N'pw-i". MM 7:30
''i'ia 'iea of Education in Tallahassee The : p.m.
For Titusville and North Brevard CountyDeadline certificate established (hot the worship subject witt ba "KeepingIn &:

For Church News on Th;se Pages.... 5 P. M. Wednesday Touch.
recipient has completed all requirements

l set by the State Department Sunday School meets at 9:4.4: '

of Education for a a.m., with Dean McCrosky nsuperintendent. <

First Baptist ChurchFirst Church Of GodThe Westside BaptistServices Church of GodThe high' school education. It li .

Baptist Church offers Sunday School classes of used extensively by adults in Training:: Unions meet at 6:30

three worship services each Sun. Church of God tempor at Westwood Baptist, the First Church of God will begin establishing the equivalent of a p.m.. with Richard McDaniel ai

clay. The early service begins at arily holding services at 308 3112 Old Dixie Highway, arebring at 10:00: o'clock this Sunday director.
school education for
high employment
8:30: !\ There will be classesfor
a.m.Iuslc by the Youth morning.
Washington Ave. Titusville extends conducted in a tent pending purposes.The .
Choir and a message by the pastor all ages. ---
Dr. a cordial invitation to attend erection!! of a sanctuary. fees for the toils! are $7.50
W. S. Hardin. The morning worship service formntionibout thr GED testingprogr.im !
Sunday School begins at 9:43: Sunday school at 10 a.m. Services include Sunday School, will follow at 10:45: o'clock with for the!! complete battery or $2.00
Tillman the
for each of feels taken; n: \1\ call at
a.m. with the graded nurseries and worship at 11. Evangelistic;! with classes for all ages at 10 the pastor Rev. Ronald Holder, >
Ins Individuals de ..inrmore!! in- lunioi cull: 'P 0367222YOU'LL
classes and departments for all service is set for 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday, morning worshipat bringing the message. --- -- -
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( ages. Cradle Roll for Infants and Youth Fellowship will be meet
Extension Service for invalids, Tuesday night prayer meeting 11 a.m. and evening worshipat ing at 6.30 o'clock. eeeeeee . . 0S
; and Bible will be 7:30 7:30 Midweek service is .,
shut-ini study at : : p.m
and people who must Mid-week/ prayer service will MAKE AN EXTRA SALE
and Youth meeting Thursday held at 7:30: p.m. Wednesday
; work on Wed P
convene at 7:30: p.m. on n
i nesday evening in the home of 0 WITH THE EXTRA CALLS YOU GET :

( Regular morning worship at t tI Mr and Mrs. George Moon, 3282:! i Ii, NEW PASTOR Sundav April 5, members of the As- WHEN YOUR PHONE

I 11:00: a.m. Music by the Adult I .r Old Dixie ,, simll,. ot,. God church. 1 1212 West Main Street, will entertain IS ALWAYS ANSWERED .
; Choir and message by the Pastor being i the new pastor Rev. W. J. Cox, and his+' wife with I.
j on "At The Cross-roads". Services are presently .
C conducted on Sunday morning in a yot-iicquainted luncheon an old fashioned "dinner on .
Training Unions for all age the Indian River City Fire Hall i, the round": after the morning services. Rev. and Mrs.! H4tte/tldcHe--, .
i groups meet at 6:15: p.m. Ave. Cox have recently returned from an evan lishe tour .
Evening Worship at 7:30: o'clock on Magnolia TllusvllU Area Cocoa & Cocoa Beach .
associatedwith which virtually circled the United States Visitors fire .
Is jl jlh1'IIt'cI
This congregation
j music by the Intermediate 267.5530
choir. Meditation by the Pastor the Church of God whose to all the services and for lunch on Sunday _

followed by Observance of "The general: offices are in Anderson, . . & . . irl.
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Lord's Supper". Indiana.

Wednesday, Family Night Supper 1st Missionary Mims Methodist
at 5:30: p.m.lake(!\ your
reservation) followed by organizational Baptist MissionFirst Two morning services will beheld
meetings. Mid-week at Mims Methodist Church.

Prayer Service Wednesday at Missionary Baptist Churchof beginning Sunday April I. The

7-30 followed by youth Choir rehearsals Indian River City Eld. (Howard first' senior will be held al !9)

at 8:30C&M: rt Thornton, pastor, announcesthe a.ni the second at 11 n.m holy
following services: Communion at both services The ,

Friday April 3, Prayer meeting message will he, "Lifted to Levcli
AllianceJohn in the Tlndall home at 210 of I.ovc". OUTSTANDING

Allen will open the Sunday Gray Ave., and the Morris home, Sunday School 10 a.m., with _
Abbot Ave.
School of the Christian and Saturday, Prayer) meeting at nursery provided. and cla>!srs \.
for all 0'1.Methodi.t: OFFER !
Missionary Alliance Church at the church, under the directionof Youth Fellowship. PAINT
0:43: a.m. with songs and illus Richard Shartzer.
fiio:: p.m Evening service, 7 30
trated talk. There are classes Sunday Sunday School, 9:45:
m. with singing of favorite
for all age groups from the a.m., with classes of all ages, p.
hymns and sermon by Pastor on
cradle roll to Grandfathers. nursery provided; morning worship "The Inner Kingdom". Save

Nursery is provided during eachof 11:00: ; Baptist Training April 8. Bible study at 7 p.m on
the church services. Course. 6:30: p.m., with classes
Senior choir practice, 7:4S: p.m.
"When Life Achieves Great. for all ages; evening worship, i RubberizedLatex

ness" will be the sermon topic T-30.) I r
of Rev. Roy Forward. duringthe Monday April 6 through Wednesday Revival Is
11:00: a.m. worship hour April 15, a Revival will
TINY LADY Two-year-old Cathy Simonet daughterof be In progress at the church each
The choir will have special numbers
The Christian Cadets Mr and Mrs Dick Simonet, made quite a picture of a evening at 7:30: with Dr. James Underway At i

I little lady perched in a chair enjoying her refreshments, Carpenter of Miami as the Evan.
and Senior A.Y.F. will meet at
gloves and all, at the Mother-Daughter Tea in the Wo- gelist. i
6:30: p.m. V/esIwood/ ChurchRevival
man's Club Building.-Carlson( photo). A
"Lovable Blunderer" will be Pine Grove Baptist <

the Berman topic during the services are being( ; I

evening worship hour at 7:30: Sunday School is scheduled for lirkl\ each night at the Westwood *uuttld "

10 a.m. at Pine Grove Baptist Bopti-it Church on the Old Dixlo Wall Paint
1pm. Mission, located on U.S. 1, ry
Highway.! Rev. Charles Covey
( Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Bible LATEXWALtPAINT
Scottsmoor, with Ernest Wontf
study and Prayer meeting of Pixon Boulevard Baptiit,
ell Superlntcndenr.Worship
I t as Church Cocoa is the
Thursday, 7:30: p.m. Laymen'sFellowship U service will follow at
l list. Services will be concluded
at the
meetings 1 lF'' !tl1 It 11:00: with Pastor Roe Johnson
church. bringing the morning message. Sunday night.
t The church Is currently meet
Everyone is invited to the Sunday evening service will begin .. 47
above ing In a tent on the site of theproposed 7 $UMMsa itui $
services where you will at 7:00.Midweek:
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learn more about the Bible teachings t I ( prayer service and
Dixie Rev. A. J. Howell -
for mankind. Bible study will begin at 7:30:

p.m.. studying the Book of Revelation Is pastor.
i" The church H affiliated with
Christian i Extra tough extra washable, extra fait-
the Bible Fellowship
Thursday 7:30: p.m., the ladies
wall-board, plait1/
for Bible ,College and Mission Hoard! In drying'You cower Gal.Regular I
meet study.
the Lord turned again o. brick, woodwork .tc. 'In seconds. No"Palnty" .
the captivity of Zion we were > ; Pine Grove Baptist Mission Is 'I Ia Springfield, Mo. odor. tfo messy cltan.up.. brush
member of the American DllpI'1 Rev. Huwell)' came here from
like them that dream" i I Psalms or. roller. |lust wash clan Pick up several
list Association. 'St.. Mary's Ga., where he hod wide of colon. You $2,99 gal.
126:1): ) "Suffering, sinning, dy gallons from our. range
ing beliefs are unreal" (Science : : f.J1' 3-1, years experience as full- don't oft.n ice Latex paint of this quality
1. I Christian Church
time minister.! He li a graduateof lowl
and Health
with Key to the :' / priced so
Scriptures by :Mary Baker Eddy, Services for First Christian El.iplijt Bible College In

p. 76)). ... Church of Titusville are announ Springfield, is married and has I

These two passages establishthe ced as follows by Pastor Eddie four children. BUCKET : .
theme of the Lesson-Sermon Fine: : i" PLASTIC

entitled "Unreality" at Christian r'ITALIAN Sunday: Sunday School, 10 ANNOUNCING ; 0 \\1''
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Bible readings will include passages with Pastor Fine's topic, "The 2 Morning Worship Services I .i.
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telling about God's deliverance Christian Endeavor .
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second winner: In table setting II ,' .w
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contest for advanced sixth level student at'Rlverview
from the land of
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First! Church of Christ, Scientist Elementary( School.'Ready.'to Debbie Mallory\ enjoy Carolyn their Italian Cullen Pizza..andbltndy 7:30.: Bible Study hour with topic Service' of Worship '.m. t '
from left ,
Titusville, holds Sunday ser are, "The Growing Christian Knows Second Service of Warship 11 am +
Hall. Carlson
vices at 11 a.m. and Wednesday His Church."
Holy[ Com:rt"nlon at both t ,1 1'
testimony meetings at 8 a.m. at Wednesday, 7:30 8:15: pm., '
:,. /teas S
109 Baldwin Shopping Center prayer meeting service.

Sunday School for children up to Thursday, 7:00: p.m. Visiting Rv. Floyd '.'1. Mu'Hi' Pastor ; '

the age of 20 convenes at 11 a.m. Night .. 1 ,, A ,
in the Chamber of Commerce g.

building. All are welcome. J 6r. .
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the scissors" I still get hackedto IN TUB: cmrriT COCRT ClOt 'T1'1,11"1 1 tllK IIHE\.tHII fOUNTT, BY: turtle 11.11Deputy uni r
or tur aliened corporation to enlace
l\ I KO" \TK: XI. i in .
pit'cC'lI.urtunatcly. .NIKTII.' oIl'I': 111.'la('U IT. 1"1 IN KK:: ESTATE: OP 16x1101 Court 8nla I) huilneia enterprise under th,. ii, _
\ '"' "H "KBK': 1 .ItC: FHY NI n. .1011
t'OJIoT\ tltluUH name MKIll.-HA.NTH .
p WARREN I. BLCHANAN: NORMAN 14. EMERSON: /! / William C. Irvin rc..I 1
1.oHln\ !
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my l grows lleceaaad.MtTICK. Plaintiff.va WILLIAM C. IRVIN- I.KCTKi.N AGENCY lovaloil HI :' I'"

Ann LandersBe fa.st t, but it took seven wrcks to ('iltSeEKy Mont: K,;O.111 11M"
lecovcr from the last t trlm." MAULBOHUUUn 8AVINUH IIANK, CLAIMS ALL.OR I'KKHIINll:< HAVINO litAny P. EMERSON (' CON .. hla: and Clerkauf th* iiil: Can"r"<1
a M..chu..It. .a.IDU b..k. DKMAMJS AOAINST Defendant.xirit March S,. 7h-Apr0rn. (Frl,) 1961.JIoo'ru'r. with the the Clrvult ,,, I
todny it happcnd again. t wanted 1'1.lnlilt.u SAIL ESTATE: :: K Ill' ".'Ir of llrevanl County, Florida.

tn lock especially; nice for to- IIAltflY You. and each of you, are here TO1.': MAKY K EMERSON: III' rr.'Tlu" 'lo Thdae Intereeteil la laid .nti'iinil | '
Honest GalDear NAATEH and SYLVIA by notified and required" to (the any 117 West Sixth Mireet' HM.IMrt.H riC'TIMOl'l N.\ WB: the extent of the Intmte ,
night ahd I am a mess: I can't NASTER hie wile, fiHlma, and clemam.i. which you. or South Boaton, Maiaachum-tla .i h In ai follows:
UefenJanle either or have In compliance with House tllll Vligll. II. 13
you may a..ln.t. cold Apka shares 01.. .
afford :a wig. Please I tell me TO Harry Nsrr and tyivlu. Ma.' .ola" .In t..e ofLe or the 1Io..bl. YOU ARE: MKKKBV: NOTIFIEDIhal'a No. 1175. Chapter Number :2(11)63.( Julia. C. Apkt 4 shares of m..
divorce hue ,
ler, hi* wife, Virgil II. ConkllnH, complaint for Law of Florida, Act of 1911. the Jones Kbba 1
what County Judge of utmr of ,
to do
t.lnlFEEL been tiled against and you are vt p
Healdence uuknnwn you underlined/ will register l with the
Krevard County VKK-M-JAV
Florida .
at lots of CORPtmATIf.Hv
Ann Landers: This morn this intentionally. lie tries to LIKE CRYING You are hereby notified that II fire In the courthoune In Tllunvllle. hereby required. to nerve a Copy of Clerk of the Circuit Court In Br.. Vireo II. ApkePreildent ,'
complaint to you answer or Dlhe. pleading 10 Florida' receipt
forccloee yard County upon
{hog my tutor untolded a story make guests feel at home. the a uertHlr Klorlila. within al. (Gl menthe from the .omplalnt on the plilIDUff' attorney of publication nt thin
my Dear Crying: .Most operators mor'gag on following denribedvropery the time of the first publlvitlun of ,. William C. Irvin Allol'n'yet of proof Alar. 20. 27 Apr. a. IO (1"'rI,1 ):i.l,
b.zarrc would be rejectedfor What be done about this? to-wlf thin notice.Kach notice/ the following tirllliouename
can pcrfcr tn cut the hair wet. . All that Law CZU North Atlantic Avenue. to-wll: "DAN :NlIURII'
tei-laln pl... -, pMril| or claim or ,itrnmnd aunt 1... In Cocoa Roach Florida, and to file th* whlrh
( grade C M. BARRASSEDFear RKALTY': under arn engaged
a movie. with a ra or. This U the correct trail of land situ,.. In and
live writing contain the piece of rraIdrnce original, answer or other pleadingIn In Real Karate Itrokerage ,at15H If have
June (not her real name) has M: Ask your dad if he'll method but it requires skill. County Florida,of diwrrtbed Hrevard and, stale and poet offlca mlilrem of the the office of the Clerk of the Mouth Washington Avenue Tl- you rental
aa follows
claimant and Intel bo swore to by Circuit Court on or before th* Clotday ,
tu.vllle. Florida, and (hut the under\
been mill rled fur six years and Just skip names. If he wantsto Since you've had the same LOT WOOD t, HLOCK K. of 8UK .. the claimant, bin aojeiit or attorney of April. liWI.! If >ou fall 1 In dow Igned. I I. the only person Intereiteil I list
PARK. HKCT10N: housing it in
C, the aamii ahill bo will be
or volil. a decree pre confeaao ,
call bunlneaa.
has wanted a family from the be friendly he can smile more problem cording In the Plat tnereof, In
repeatedly your opera .' Kenneth W. enlrrrd agalnit you.
corded : / Hiinlianon! Dated at Tltuavllle Florida this II
fir t. Her husband I In an only and keep his lip Lipped. tor must! bo a kJunk. Insist that lit .of the Plat Publlo Book Hecorde II.. at P, ,t Kenneth, W. Buchanan DONE AND ORDERED at Tltuevllle day of March A.D. IUflf. The Star-Advocate!

child and his have been llrevard Counly Florida AdmlnlHtratnr B re yard County Florida thle C. W. Danenburg
parents sic (or he) cut your hair dry gelher with the following equ) Mar. 27. Apr. 1. 10 IT (Prl.) tMI Seth day of March 198t. March 20 27, April 8, 10 (Frl.) l'.M4.! !

eying fot". a grandchild.; Dcur Ann Landers>>: For the v/ith scissors so that you ,I menu:
Kuil'-ln Surface Unit, Oven la I
Five months( ago June made umpteenth time I have come cr.n see the result of every snip Heater. ;j jha

the Joyfu, announcement that home from the beauty shop looking "ban flied agalnat you and you

ae8:1! : pregnant. Everyone was as if I !had been skinned. Ann Landers will be glad to are auawer required' or pleading to nerve to a Ihe copy complaint of YOU I SAW A MOUSE \ SHE GOLLY SURE

thrilled! for her She went into What are the magic words that help you with your problems. on In m.Ihe a cuillrh.idnlnltff'a 44 Grant Atlornev.'w'ill-Placa. ...u. INI THE KITCHEN, r HAS TICKLISH

maternity dothes and flal-heel- will convey to the beauty operator Send them to her in care of this I''". H18.' Melbourne, Florida. end. NI. BRING HOME HEELS ;<

Hi ihv( almost( Immediately, lhat you only want a little nt'W p31Jl'r enclosing a stamped, In fits the the office original. of' anawer the Clerk or Inim of ling the SOME MOUSETRAPS _

Last night at a family panty taken off that you don't wantto itlf-uddrcitted l envelope. Circuit Court Brevard Ctmiuy

June seemed to be filling out her look like Yul Brynner? (licfoia:"urlhoua' the .antS Tltuavlllo.. day of Florida.' Aurllj: Ion 19(or 4.

maternity sk.rt! fairly well so I If von fall Io do ao, Judgmerit bv
I hale: to be a cranky customerwho << The Titusville Star. default' will be taken against, yoirfurhil .
made. the cj'iict suggestion that the relief demented l '
directs every snip like a 10 lb. ''''m1 ) -
she! release her h"h t. She appeared Advocate, I 1st In Circu- > .
backseat driver but even when Isle nntlra ehall La pubs bed
nervous and replied "1 I beg them to "take it easy with lation in No. Brevard once eac h week for four, conaei tive

must talk to you about this." week In Klar-Ailovcale.. Tltu.Florida. .- tile
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Ti.ls morning the confessed. STAR ADVOCATE'S I' INB AND OKDKItKD: : at 1 tue.ville .

She is not pregnant; and never Florlda, thll 181h des ot
March 1M1! '
WIH. Even her husband is fool Curtis R name >CX
ed. When I inquired about the Clerk Circuit Court
Hrevard County Florid I'I I II I b l I GOTTA GET MYt
( I ;
"added weight" she said she Ity V. 8 .Suancler ' I I t'r '
Deputy Clork (I RADIUM DIAL IN
tied\ sofa cushion around t I
had a : ACROSS DOWN 20. Ilouae X I
ICi':A1lPier. ITt; STAR71Nb 70 I ) ARE YOU THE' DARK TO

her middle. Large reading Father lIebr. : pet hold ;. :So.I :27 Apr. 3, 10 (Fri.) 1 ,to I Ii'I' ; GET LK IT WHAT i I i DOING? I SEE IT.

I asked tier how sne plannedto
desk 2. Recompense 21. Angles

get away with it and she laid 5. Han:lIe a. A tile Saxon Il i I Iq I l ''i I I Ill lull 1 VIII ll f ll I i I

she hoped> to to to New York, roughly invaden money AI Iltd'I I ,
9. 4. Coin 22, '
I Shaggy : Fortify
adopt a baby and bring it backs mammaIl Swed. 21. Sea -
her own. "" ,\ 1LFuneral BStir eagle ,, -

She now realize; her scheme long Ext'maJ 2'. Gun: i t i .AI. III i ,, II '',I ''I.. II I,
U. Species coating of .1. t I I 1 I L I I I I
Is unretli,tic and'trie's becom- I ? I I I l I l
of pepper a seed 26. Bitter I
inj panicky. How can' she unwind 13B4nlah. Romely vetch Yeewdey'. Aaneement /' I'' I II'' I i''i l JI I YI I I, I' i I'' I

this wild plan with the a. Dregs 28. Kin" 3T. Breeze

minimum of embarrassments Classified 1OCut of dog 3:1.: InlaJIt

S. D. notices Dec.tve, 31Arld 40.Troubles
U. Sick 16. African 34. Near East 41. Malt

Dear S. D.: June should announce \ 17. French worm native beverages

river 18. Strikes 3'. Stop! 43. Solution
at once (like tomorrow) THAT AIL DEPENDS IFMY LEGS WILL
18. Fat 19.TOBled 36. A medley U Vitality r
tint no baby is on the way. 20. Fuel BURIED TREASUREThis VAN DABBLER, o MR. ABERNATHY. HOLD OUT!

Such unnounctmer.ts are nut un 23. Cling to I'l. S 42T b" I b 1 H
common If nosey friends or Tapestry DEPENDS
20Mbtake: 9 10 u30.Packed Is one way to mike I
relatives( Ac why, how etc., she cure you have a eihreierv MONTY'SPORTRAIT WHAT? '

can rcfuseTto\' discuss the detail downbylightblows IlL i 1 It when disaster I

strikes. But, a much bet. SOON ? I L e 1 l ) III

14 I 15 I.. 11 ter an Xtn: ,
32. Conclude.
Dear Ann Landers: I have the Life Guaranteed: Renewable ,

most wonderful dad in the 33. Bed animal tor a.nt'lj' r IQ 19 '//1"// V// Income Protection >

world but he has one fault that 33. By what Plan. It secures your fim.
(to II JL : J3 14 A Lw ily of a steady Income
embarrasses tle: daylights out of mean. should an accident or 111- '

me. He can't lilt a name 38' Norse god 21 B L9 bees disable you. <
of war 43LU
straight Z
39Cryofa .
I've been going with the lame lamb JI I r 3L KEELINSURANCE "

kids for years. lIe should know 42. Similar 77 77/H J1 r//////
their name as will as he knows

I mini! Yet he calls Bob Bill, tae 3S 34 H 38 341 4Q 41 AGENCY. INC. VAN DABBLER/ HOW \ TERRIBLE I 6VERYONDa

Cheryl Is Shirley and Betty Is going "''L 41-:; '>> s.teamahtp : : : 201 Magnolia AvenueI. t a? PORTRAIT?J .till/ I\ ARTCRfT1Cj / N 1

Barbara. Sometimes he will re- j I. R. C. 267-7121 11uolEsf

IT to the same fellow) by three 47. Book sacred of 4'4' :; / '

different names in a single con writings J >ETNA CASUHTYW
fl SUKTY !
versation. 48. Flycatcher r.;/ '" I MrrroM. CONMCTKIIT '

Last night when my date arrived 49. A muddle 4--i

: a boy I've been going
with for two years he said

'Hello, Fred, I saw your father/ t

day.over"at the Elk's Club yester TELEVISIONGUIDEFriday (tD4Etaa/ /

Ihs fellow replied, "My!\ nameis - -

Don. My father has been in
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the hospital for two weeks. Nionr 1'0:; Ch II OrlnlI
I 4.00 C'h 2 .'11..",,, CII, >a> Arrest and Trial I, i
I know my dad does not do ('h. B New. ttporta, Weathe I ':00 Ch.I: Bunalral : 1
-- der 1:16: ('h.I: New, HporteVealhei h. 8 made In Amerlc.9au ',.
1.00 ('h. 4 Ne.... IiIllerl.. 1VealberCh. 6:79: ('It.4 WanhliiKiou. Itepurt :; ('b. II Celebrltl .h UeuieCh. .f -..,
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11:10 th. 9 ABC /
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TITUSVILLE ('h. 4 Wyatt Efrp 'h. 9 r.ea. Hunt 11:13: Ch 1 Movie 'Are n..ba. ,I.I.N.c..llry" :; : ,, ".
7:30: Ch.I: Ueuienanltt
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fIO:: Cu a Inlnn.II".1 Showtlme tt JmklB demon' 11:9,1::, Ch 2 I'nlp hunt .. .
OPEN i:30irvFEAT.: 7:009:40VINCKMT : : "h. a Street Adventure. Ch. B I lloolonnmiv 11:40 Ch II Keyhole iJ : '
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11.00 (.5. :2 ... _
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'.80 Ch. 9 'rhal war the Week Phil'rillveri MIIt 5150 I ". t1a t7! rrlh t\ -
thaI we laD Ch 1:13: Ch.I: ttunlhlne Almanac
('h 4 Twilight Z"ne (5. V llollywoiid Palace 'h. 8 Ku..hlne AIOIlnac Z
10:00: ('h. a JeeR 'Hlr InI': l h Uunmiinke, 490: ('S. a S l'I.II..lI"Ql'h. i., f f Cnr ,tN MV-N rer,r,.., rr 1Q
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10:45: 'b. C Make that Bpar' 11:15: ('b. 2 Newa, fciiiirta." Weather 1:10:: CS f Feature.Ch loLl .

11:00: ('h. 2 N...., Hport.. WealhrrCh Ch 9 Movie "rlchool ForM ''e Fena7na : .... .
5 News. "Mporta. Weather -uundreb"ILSo \ 'h. A A I. Wpa'' her
('h. 9 No,... Hob Young. : : Ch 2 Movie' "Una Minute Io 8VII Ch 1 (.ploln Kangaroo
JI'I'I' ('h. P N..... Mporl, Weather Z'ro"Sunday, s-a0 ('h. >1> ('artonns C
11:0: ('h 9 Elltorl.lIii:3 :, -- lItIO: rho 2 l'l.nre'. Court \ v Il
::: C'h. 4 Mol. 'h. 1 Amprlcs" IIIHlnn
('h I Weather ('b. a Forrclae: for women
51:90: ('h. 2 "nhnny C.no"Ch. MOIIMN. 11'15 ('". a ('ortonne
C Maverick 8 OO rh. t That 1 May Fire 11:111: ('h. Ilomnrr noom !
('h. S Uoapel. Carxvan9.OU 10:00: Ch 9 May When .
('h. t You Are There Ch 1 Nrw.. Mike Wallace
Saturday Ch. I Hrlllah Calentnr 10:25: Ch. 9 New. Edwin: Newman ,1
,\. l/i ('h. a Davry. and Unllath 10:30: CS 9 Word for Word I IJc i. ;
8:15: ('h.4 Induatry on Parade Ch 1 I Love Lacy I n
MOKMXII : ('h. >9> Adventure. Tim remher Bride l J ,NI r ,r.yV
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IN COLOR 8:45: ONLY 6:JO Ch. Sundae Hemn.ter, 9:30: f h. > Chllilren'a, lnijel Hour 11:00: : Unrentr.ll, n f'
TiwTJV:' ti 11. S Urowrr'i Almanac Ch. S Thin la the I.Ir. Ch. 8 McCcye I
Ch One,Wy Mirror ('h 9 Word of Life ('h. 5 faire I. (tight. 1 __ __
;CURTIS; 'h. I n. '.u Mld-KI<>rld.. 10:00: f'h. 2 Wire SrrvHe 11:10:: ('S. : Muoing I 1.1,5.Ch 3t
IOU eh. 1 Acre. the I Fence ('h Kaalrr); MIIK-! : I'nte nt Uludye, .1 ?U.- I CAN'T SEE rV.lTA MINUTE.' THERE ITIS-JUST a''; '
('1.. a I'Hplala Kangaroo (5. 9 Churuh In the Home Cb. I IIhl..1 ,In1rry.N11115 NO OLD LIKE SLATS SAID IT WAS '' 1 >M.
"THE conns BRING T"e not., |
I'M t
GREAT ('h.l RiicKy J.inn. iao:: C'h. a 1 Dlw' very 'bi y i .
.:au ("h. 2 Robin Mood 11M: ) ('h.I: :....h" Mum 12,00 Ch :7 GOWN, r L RAVIN' BOV UP WITH, -, a j; SLATS /MOTIONING FOR ATO COME > 5
IMPOSTER"CROWN ('h. g Majnr Mercury ('h. 4 KaairrvUe: C h.:.q:,, POP : irS>* vou G4 .. rl ; i sa ,
1:00: ('h. 1 Muprrcar Ch. I Chur. h Mervla..5F'TKNNUOY' ('h. lI.ven Keve : y
Ch. Alvin 1:1: 3s ('h. C Newt. nob..t Trout ,
TONITE 9:30: ('h. 2 Ruff and Rnldv, 12:00: ( h.I: It.vl.,1I1 Time' IJau ('h. J Truth .r 'nn..qllen"
THRU ('h. Tenn...... Tuxedo. Ch. S On..-W*" Mirror rh. 4 .....eh fnr Tomorrow.
Ch. 1 Superman Ch. 9 Faith for Today ('h. C Father Know. fleet
SAT. 10:00 (('h. 2 llec-tnr" HnalhnnleCh. 11:30:: ('h. 2 Oral HuhrriaCh. 1:1: 4.1 ('h. A Oul..ln". LIgb, 5 i
Quick Draw MctirewCa. 6 11'..,. Ih* Nation I:: Ii6 ('h. 9 Newt. iJ
DRIVE.IN. TITUSVILLE Junior Auction Ch. 9 Lower l.lgrilhnuaa. 1 00 rh. 1 New. WHLlh.s J
10:30 I'h. 3 Klrrb.il "1..11 1:00: f h. :2 C'hrl.'n"h..r Prnaramrh. Ch. lion' Witi.
('h.4 Mighty MoneCh 8 Ynur Mfe In th.. World rh. 9 Ernie a .or"
SHOWN AT 720-12:00: Jolanne Ch. 9 Herald rf Truth I U ('h I F'mw .
11:01): ('5. 2 l'.'nnt. the Menace 1:30: l'h.I: a'rn n tirre l of KalthCh. 130 ('h. I Ih4enwCh =
LAWLESS TERRORS 01I ("h. lUll Tin Tin II Hllenta Flees A. the W old Tune
THE Ch. Canper Cb. ii ('hallen" Unit 'h. 0 Mike Chamberlain.
HIGHWAYS! 11:30:: I'h. 2 Fury :2OO: f h.I: Kaitnr: MunloCh. I 45 'h. 8 Crtonne 1
"THE CHOPPERS"AT ('h. 8 Hoy Roger 6 HI* Picture :9,40'h., J Lot Milke a I"al "
Cb. I Bonny and Cecil 2:3O: ('h.I: Tonlo! rh. a Paword -
.. Ch. 6 Chat flporlaHpactaucular :IlS: ('h. I 1'1.... Floyd Rather
1rTF.KN0O5Iaioo :rIV: ('h. 1 u
8:50: ONLY! : Ch. 2 ttergviint. Trenton Ch. 0 Pro llowlora Tour Ch.. A Hnuie. Party ; ;. /ite WANTS //vie TO fiooow J< -4 A TREASURE MEANWHM.6--OM .
Ch. I Hky King f. > HIM. AND AND THE 6CACH OP
3:0)1: Ch. 2: flunitny Ch.l I H y In Court, CHEST ;r A NEARBI '
Ch. I Bute Bunny. 4:00 Ch. 2: World of Onlf 2'11I Ch. Nrwa u>.. Howard W ..a ECITED-LIKE NE 104,0,0 a' / ISLAND TyJ -
11:30::! Ch. 2 HullwlnkleCh. Ch. S One of a Kind 9.40 ('h. 2 I.orel Ma,, Youn -
1 Uo You Know! Ch. 9 laauea and Answers ('h. A To Tell the
Truth "
Ch. t American Hanilaland 4:30: ChI: Mnlenra Alt- tan ('S.. I GCuter.I Ho.,11,1, mm 1:00 Ch. 2 : TIn *.
: Knplorlng 11:00: (""h.I: Tax Cut 5:44: ('h.' New. OnU.I.II Edward: i v *-
Ch. 1 NeweCh. Ch. S Almunl Fun 1I,3U Ch.. 2 To,, Dnn'f Hv
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Body Ina'ehe' ,,
Ch. II Probe
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IT'S A SHOCKER! 4-IS Ch. 2 Waahlngton Report TOO: Ch. 2: Hill Dana Ch. 1 Midi). OorllU
4.30 Ch. NUC Bliorla\ SpecialCh. Ch. .5 Marlnelanrl CarnivalCh. ('h. t Checkmate

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Word prti
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Ch. t Wide World of Snort Ch. > gaga of Western Mao 1:30: Ch. 2 Newicope

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Friday April!_3, 164 Tlluvlll.Florlda( ) Sltr Advo< f. Pif* S-! .1

FICUS Offering : ..' ..".;... t

Engineering .i *J,.r-J.i : : @ uDO i.

\,'.. .

Credit CoursesFive

I In engineering university and credit science courses are { lr

being offered in Brevard County t @U @ [ID @

during Florida Trimester Institute III for through Continuing the

University, Studies. (FICUS)
Dr. Robert Humphrey admims. 1
trator of the FICUS East Central .
Florida Center today an
nounced the following courses
meeting dates and instructors:
MS 523 High: Mathematics for
Engineers and Physicists University .
of Florida residence credit
taught by Dr. E G. Hagm at
GOP CANDIDATES candidate for re-election Virgil Schenck,
Attending a joint ; <
the E and A Building Confer
once Room, Cape Kennedy, 36 meeting of three Republican clubs in candidate for State Senator, Wally Hassel- ;
North Brevard here Monday night were bring, candidate for county '
p.m. Mondays beginning April
20. five GOP candidates. Left to right Mel in District 1 1. and Bill Clark, candidate for The Paradise Key
I EL, 362, Electric Circuits 2, Unl Fetner candidate for county commissioner Canaveral Port Authority in District 1 1.in 1.- have hailed since the opening $
versify of Florida extension credit District 1; Congressman Ed Gurney, (S-A Photo). \ $12 49 0
"Ports of the Sun" Homes.
taught by S. A. DeMars at new .
t Patrick Air Force Base Building I 2 bedrooms,1 bath, carport
"To Cure
Give More"
543, Room 109, on Mondays, 5.30 ,
8:30: beginning April 20.

EL ,580 University Digital Computer of Florida Principles resIdence Again Cancer Cn r rThe isade Themelion .. t, oo rn @oo

credit, taught by A. I I. I :
Bryan at Patrick AFB Building American Cancer Society and service programs 4' i
543, Room 111, 3:45-5:15: : p.m., announced today that it both ut which are saving lives ... Y1 ee.(4Mi .
Tuesdays and Thursdays, begin. would ugdin use its tirnt.tried
ning April 21. theme "To Cure More, Give now /
!MS\ 523 Higher !Mathematics\ More" during its Crusade "To Cure More, Give More" /$299''

for University Engineers of Florida and Physicists residence, which begins on April llth according to Mrs. Leutwjler. &e &oo A
"reflects the Society's determination _I '81
credit taught by M J. Clevelandat In Hulking this announcement, I
Patrick AtB Building 513, Mrs J. D Lcutw>'kr, North to reach more people M
Itrom 112. 3:45.5:15: : p.m., Mondays Brevard Area Chairman, said the with life.saving facts about can
and Wednesdays, beginning Society would also continue to cer; provide more physician fth
April 20. use its familiar slogan "Fight with the latest facts about detection
PS 109, Elements of Physic, Cancer with a Checkup anda and treatment; to sup-
University of Florida extenson Check" port more scientists in the grow. .
credit taught by E. C. Allmonat aas i
"Doth slogans are meaning ing cancer research field and to
Patrick AFB( Building 543,
supply service to cancer
Room 109, 5:30-8:30: : p.m., Tues ful", she said 10 PIECE SOFA BED
days beginiing April 21. (Spec. "All of us admit cancer is an patients M Group V lu.-$169.35
lal registration fee is $4050)). urgent problem," Mrs. Leut- Mrs\ IcuUyltT pointed out
Registration fee for the other w>'lcr explained "About 530- that the Society has a new focus I ,
courses is $90 for three trimester 000 will develop cancer In 1964 this year "more and better Y The Bayview Key
hours. "
Additional Information about deaths There will from be the more disease than 280,000 this trained volunteers lots and exciting styles $
enrollment in FICUS courses may "W are going to acquaint our ,e.R $12 690
be obtained by contacting Dr. yenr volunteers with all the facts to the Cape area.
"In the face of this, we must
Humphrey at Prevard Junior College about cancer how people can bedrooms,
t : waste no time in developing new best protect themselves from p 2 2 baths,carport
FICUS Is the off.campus unit of euros! for cancer and better detection death from the disease and the
the Florida state university system techniques because lost need for stepping up cancer research 10 PC. BEDROOM
coors time means lost lives. The Group Value 149.95
Enrollment In FICUS
More effective educationcan
es in Brevard County this tri Society'i broad research, program save lives today. More funds ( @UUEfl](
mester totals 312 students who is geared to move ahead for research promises an earlier EmI
are taking credit in the fields of toward this end. solution to the cancer problem
engineering and science, businessand "Also," she said, "the society
teacher education. must move ahead with its cduca- "More people than ever beforeare
aware that I pancer is an ..
I J HAPPY BIRTHDAY '-:,r'. emergency: problem> ," Mrs. 1@W .r
Leutwyler said, "I confidentwe
am 21 PC. DINETTE [ID @ @ @
Mrs. Satui Clel.mJ.*y,Rose April 4 Kenneth Mrs. Martha Fogg J. Smith The will lives top of our some goal 48,000,000Americans this year. Group Valu. 54.9

Paul Grandperrin Cathy Towmr now are at I
stake. That the number who
Mrs James Drury Monday, April 6 :
Mrs Nollie Griffis Carole Moore will eventually develop cancerif MATHER
present rales continue. When
Toddy Hallum Lynn Swink
people realize this,. they will understand
Gertrude L. Moomaw Hwood: Harrell OF NEW SMYRNA
why\ we lay, 'To Cure
Bernice Andrews John Campbell $24 Canal St.
Mrs. Clyde Grimm Ertw. L. GoodwinMrs Moie Give More'. she con- Phon GA 8-4131
luted! I
Frank Maitlen Verda Blackburn
Sunday, April S Mrs Sam Hcndnx. Sr
Douglas: McLendon Debbie Futch I
'Mrs. W N. Davis David Wayne HillBIGGER i INDIAN RIVER PLAZA
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Pg* 4-B .. -- (Florida) Star-Advocaf Friday, April 3, W4

I Flowers Are Blooming,_Spring Is Near... To Sell, Advertise Here II TODAY'S BEST I[

Child Care GLAMOR GIRLS For Rent For Sale Grove For Sale REAL ESTATE
BY HOUR[ day or week private Jxar n' I ROOMS FOR RENT GROVE ON TROPIC St., 185'
+ 4l /
INFORMATIONDEADLINE home, Gardrndale. 2S7 1138. frontage. 267-2909. BUYS
out of town. Takeover
IN PRIVATE HOME, call 367-3149 move
: S p.n. Day Betor. ONE CHILD, age 8 nos. to 2 years balance oo furniture Call I,
Publication For wail Frl. -
II A.M. gat. For Mon PitllcatUn In private home. $10 1( weekly 267S817. WAREHOUSE FOR RENT Adjusters at 267-5735. Help WantedNEED

1800 SQ. FT. including 10 x: 10 air- TOMATO PLANTS. SOc for 100. 2* 160-Rare speculation opportun
WANT AD RATES CHILD CARE by hour, day or conditioned, panelled office, tt miles north of Minis, Indian COMBINATION pre.lerand ity. 153 acres on county line.
Minimum I ctnti Chart fir word Wo week. Indian River U4>;ght.. bath water furnished $125 River Plantations, turn right to -.f960.WANTED silk. finisher EXJI@rlenced.21ST Close to Indian River and new
I AM 5766.. muthly on years @ue. Also approximately third house. canal site. Priced at $275 per
1000) aq. ft. with office AT ONCE! dishwash
a We also have a 25 acre
CLOSE IN Titusville. clean comfortable SHOP SMITH S power tools In acre
$85 monthly on years lease. Good
hours !m
ALL CLASSIFIED AD er. apply person
PArABLE lit ADVANCE home. Experienced.Hour Call 267-6317 or 287-2866. one. $130. 2671260. Home's Restaurant Eeottsmoor. parsel adjoining the south end
Except Eiitbllibd Account day or week. 2672210. of these 153 acres which extends
TABLE SAW, transit, B and D
For Sale 267-6692. HOWARD JOHNSON'S needs waitresses to the Indian River.
For Rent power saw day shift and evening
SUulfltd Dl.plar Rat. Avalltbl I Priced at $11,500 with open
on litquot RECORD(! PLAYER with some BEDROOM SUITE 2 electric shift open. Good wages, vacation
........ .
The St. of-Alvoat.rtriilnc r or ..J.oUn thjrlvllef ARTICLES FOR RENT records, $10; dog house $4; 267- mixers, lamps, 1 large fan, end with pay, hospitaluation insurance terms.
any ttlrertliement which It dnmi 3232. tables, 1 full size and single bed, Apply in person bewteen 9
objtetlonabl. and t. .".D,. tbclaniricatlon MAC'S CAPE XE.VXEDYEQUIPMENT / -;-" and other items. 2673034. and 11 a.m., 2 and 4 p.m. at 1817 139-2 &/acres zoned industrialwith
e( any advcrttMmnrt. 10'' HOTPOINT range like new South Washington Ave. 330( ft. SR 405
from tbat ord..4 to toaform to $lOO. Call 267-7428 after S p.m. COLUMBIA EXER!: .CYCLE, like approx.
the policy of tbla paper. Sales Rentals] Repairs FEMALE HELP WANTED frontage close to( Rt. 50. $7500
Th. Btar-AlTaeaU win vat b. new phone 2673612.
raiponilbl for more thin 0.. in* Construction EquipmentHand t I CARBURETOR FOR 57-62, 6 cylin open terms.
e rr.ct Iniartlon ..rwill n b. Tools der Chevrolet. Used 2 weeks, CHANNEL MASTER Antenna WOMEN who need extra income.
llabl for any error In tfvtrtkM'. 88 E. Merrill la. Causeway Guaranteed. Take $S. 1039 Alford] Installed $24.95. 2673577. New Representatives are making
mODt. to a creator .xtant than Systems. 173-10 acres of elbow room.
Days 636-1134G-Nlghts 36-01M() ; .
St. 00
tba coat of tba pace .omtpfcd by r7r $50 or more weekly representing
Has 2 bedroom home, some
tba Ham In the ailvarlhMniaat.Builntti Avon Cosmetics. Write Avon
FOR RENT BRAND NEW GE Filter flo washer. SMALL UPRIGHT Manager P. O. Box 1408 Eau citrus, chicken yard. Land Is

Offlo. -U Main 0trwt I Floor Sanders. Polishers 2672898.. never used, sacrifice $135. piano completely reconditionedand Gallic, Florida or call 254-7840( cleared and well drained. Located -

Dial AM 7-Olil Phone AM T 3255 refinished. Terms to suit after 6pm. 3 miles west of Slims
Offlca Iloura 1.10 to 6:30 SPINET PIANO for sale, call 287- KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC FULL TIME: housekeeper, must Priced at only $1890 per acre.
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET C K(*>i fern ardlew.t In.,PM,' 'MM rKt.? 0259 after 1 p.m. 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385 have own transportation. Call

NOTICEI Baldwin Shopping Center: "See, you hacked bumpers-it didn't follow BEAUTIFUL AMARYLLIS, now FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES, 267-1883 after 6 p.m 196-Large building lot with
: blooming Can be even at 265 mattresses greatly reduced at trees in Spruce Hills. 250 x
APARTMENTS FOR RENT you home. SALES CLERK, full time. Company
warehouse prices. Get them Paved street to
195 feet deep.
Darden Street, Indian River
hereby wish to give notice that I benefits. Apply W. T. GrantCo.
while they last. 2111 Garden St., Reduced at $2550 for
will not be responsible! for any bills FURNISHED APARTMENT newly City. ., Pirtle Plaza Titusville. property.
For Rent I Center. 267-5733 sale.
Nidy Shopping
Incurred by persons other than my. decorated, 1 bedroom. Forest For quick
FT. OF 3-tier Steel
18 2671926.
self. Hills section. AM 7 2941. Shelving or ELDERLY LADY NEEDED to I

Andrew J. Davis DUPLEX FOR RENT HOUSES FOR RENT $3:5: 00. Phone 267-2898. FENDER PRECISION electric i care for 02 school aged childrenand 302-25 acres due east of Mims! I
800()( Fiske Bou'evard! Cocoa, 2 BEDROOM apartment furnished base guitar. Blonds finish with to ]light housework. Live with waterfront and fish I
Florida downtown off street parking FURNISHED, 2 BEDROOM' du. UNFURNISHED, NEW 3 bedroom MACHINE SHOP TOOLS Satur- accessories, plus fender leather in or out. 2677291. camp. Priced at $2000( per 'I
Apr I, 3, 6, ((1964.) Phone 2672103. plex in IRC. 1 child only 26739D9. town house, tiled bath, central day and Sunday April 4 and S. case. Base guitar, list price $279; acre with 29% down, bal. 5
FURNISHED 1 bedroom apart- heat and airconditloning, with or 300 amp AC arc welder, com guitar ease, list: price $60; worth (Continued on Next Page) yrs. @ 6'::r.
plete with, rods 1 h. electric
Boats For Sale ment. Airconditiontd, $110 monthly without range. Near Pirtle Plaza. p near $350, sacrifice at $200. Excellent :
motor with grinder, air
$135 monthly 267-1928. condition. Call Ron 267-
i 2670489FURNISHED large rooms and closets, Tile pressor, cast iron welding table, 403-2 adjacent building lots on .
after 7
K FT., extra wide all electric, 12 UNFURNISHED bath electric kitchen $110 plus IRC, 2 bedroom like new, adults drill press, hi.speed drills to 3/4 0331 or 267-713 p.m. paved street in Spruce Hills
volt battery, canopy top all new 2 bedroom, stove and refrigerator -, damage deposit. Phone 267.0748, no pets. $80 2676149. 6.9 size, water chisel.f' Onam engine, FURNITURE 3 rooms of One This StandsFor Mims..80 x 200 $1830 and 100x I
newly painted 35 hp Johnson, central heat and air p.m. wrenches, ;, punches, taps furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite. 200 $2000. Residential section
Pelican trailer with directional 2672866. READY FOR OCCUPANCY, 4 and dies, etc. 20( ft. commercial 7 piece dinette all only $13.89 cleared and ready for I
signals. 2673287. 267-6317 or modern, town house unit. 2 bedroom OFFICES FOR RENT with building. I
fishing boat V-8 motor, 4 per month. Decor Furniture, 206 Quality
NEW UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom alrconditioned large utility BEFORE YOU DECIDE -See wheel trailer, 2 wheel trailer, N. Magnolia: : Avenue Indian River
18 with FT. full FIBREGLASS. run-a-bout apartment tile bath central and storage $125 monthly. this downtown Titusville office. Also! numerous other tools. Reil'i City. Phone 2677613. 491-96 x 165 building lot on Irwin I
canvas 78 A Mercury heat and air. Near Pirtle Plaza, 267-2866 or 267-6327. AJr.conditioned. heat, parking. Machine! Shop, 1 mile north of Avenue. $2000 with $800
motor trailer extras. $1150. 203 >r
Beverly, 267-().456.LE.r $125 monthly and up. 267-1928. DUPLEX NEW, 2 bedroom air. $95. C. B. Davis Realtor, OrLando Mims. 'SSpC1ATl Mho down and balance payable I

__ conditioned utility, carporte, un nite-day! CII 1-3336; Titus \ Remember pay your Paper Boy IT STANDSFOR under monthly terms.
your car or boat. PALM HOUSEAPARTMENTS I furnished. Call Edward's Realty ville 267-7810. I
Browning Auto Sale. 405 Hop 267-3261, cites 2677821. OFFICE SPACE. Good location. 569-1100 ft adjacent and northof
kiss Ave. 267.1520.Building ,
new Jess Parrish hospital.t
1.2 3 offices. AM: 75721. f
Exceptional site for shopping ,
:. ... & Con st. built-in heat range and, air.refrigerator 267-7151: central ROOMS FOR RENT INTEGRITY ar ONITE051btS or medical center !
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CONSTRUCTION, residentlals Some Furnished HOUSES FOR RENT FURNISHED 2 ROOMS and bath, 572-550 ft. U.S. No. 1 frontage I
commercial and remodeling 502 Robbins. ASS ((75 $80 ft. plus twenty 127 x I
Children Welcome! '
This Is the official Seal ol
13 years In TituivUle. Licensed or 270 ft. lots to the rear priced I
and bonded. Phone AM 72326. BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED 2 ROOM FOR GENTLEMEN, private the National Association of at $1995 each. 50'. down, bal.
bedroom home couple only. $135 entrance. $12 weekly. 267- Q 5 6'. This parcel is" '1
Titusville So. U S.1 "' Builders.
Home Only mem-
Business OpportunityFOR monthly. 267-7021. 7197.
located just north of Homes I i
Q, a bers of the National Asso I
Restaurant. Drive out and ,
2 BEDROOM house nearly
new and
LEASE-BUSINESS. Texaco FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS, close c avnc ciation and local associat- look it
with and over.
clean, stove refrigeratr St.t 267-
for rent 801 Orange
Service Station, U.S. Hwy I, in. efficiencies weekly monthly 2676056. > 9 ions are allowed to displaythis ;
across from Byrd Plaza Cocoa, rotes, air conditioned, 417 JuliaStrtet. 3400 10a"tO E A Q seal: 751-320 ft. commercial frontage I II II IS

Florida. 636-5709 or PA38434. LARGE HOUSE, Whispering Hills. BEDROOMS, SINGLE OR Double This Is the official seal of the on Hopkins I I Sst e Proposed I
---------- Phone F and S Department Private entrance refrigerator, National Association of Real Alexander Construction U. No 1 for new Quality
Store 267..24.UNFURNISHED. near Magnolia Shopping Plaza. Q oNo l\Iotells to the rear of this
EstaU Boards. Only members Company property. Owner will consider j
OPTION 3 BEDROOM, 267 .6633.CLEAN ,_________________________ of the Association may display dividing. Attractively. pricedfor
I RENT WITH TO BUY house tile bath electric range, ROOMS for working men. this seal. And only those who Broyhill Development use. '*
e carporte and utility room Dixie 2670231.
Village, $110 monthly. 267-1921.:: display this seal may call them- Childre Homes Inc. 673-384 ft. on botit sides ofUS.
: .
LOW rates, clean rooms for workmen
elves Realtors.
5 NEW 3 AND 4 BEDROOM HOMESIN Cowart & Carter Inc. No. 1 In Indian River
3 BEDROOM: UNFURNISHED, $10( 3. Call 267.6185.Moving. M. Jr. waterfront. '
49 George Barley, City, including,:
South Lake Village: swimming watt motion her.. Not
Inc Cozart Const. Company The size and location of the
pool. $125 monthly. 267-2134 or
when our oxptrt movers fake offers
1 267-9322. car of your move Ifs I 41 Bryan-Conway & Fisher Construction Co. ities property, such as a many large possibil.I motel I

UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom house. ? step thlt save you time, effort Winstead, Inc. Futch Construction Co. and apartment site. Price
Clut and money Call NOW for the
COMIw/ ( .JJeigldJ Adults only no pet., 2672744. dttdl. s Campbell Associates, John Beach low.

LARGE UNFURNISHED, 3 bedroom Inc 755-Lucrative income propertyin
Think of
house, 2 tile bath built in LOW LOW RATES !II I IS J. W. Childre, Realtor Louis & Brown, Inc. New Smyrna Beach. 100 ft. '

In Beautiful High and Dry Whispering Hills Section. range carporte, utility, no pets. from ocean. 3 completely
$125 monthly plus security 267- Quality Service Danenburg's Beach Northwood Builders, Inc. furnished apartments on corner

Rent will be Applied 100% to Down Payment. 2005. FIDELITYSTORAGE Realty Penziner Bros. paved street with extra 50 .

SUITABLE FOR small business Compare Our Rates Duffy's Real Estate Robert Evans x and 100 shown ft lot. by Priced appointment at $20,000(

INQUIRE AT SALES OFFICE OR and home combination, 2 bed-
Ronald Moretto
Free Estimates & TRANSFERDAY Edwards only.
room. 1 bath. Kitchen equipped. e : Realty I
I. PHONE 267-2758 ANYTIMEWestwood \ 9940. Tiffany Buildeis, Inc
OR NIGHT Ed Kitties Agency 757-Downtown apartment build. :
Lowest Interstate Rates From Justice Homes, Inc. log, "Floridian Apartments",
CABANA, private lot.
Brevard County I I I L. B. Newman Realtor !
modern, adults only. No pet. Phone AM 7.0228 a located t on Julia Street. Corner
Turn west Ellis Lane, 1 'mile FOGARTYBros. 49 Sydney Schwartz James Trimble lot, 3 floors, 17 units. Out j
I William Everman wishes sell.
Agent of town owner to
north of Mims. First house on I
M. N. Weir & Son Inc.
: right. Transfer, Inc ALLIED VAN LINES Wingate Homes
Manor 852-Large 3 bedroom 2 bath I
LARGE UNFURNISHED 3. bed. CALL COLLECT! beautiful hardwood floors ,
ream, .house, 2 tile baths, builtin Cocoa NE 6-0713 carporte, and porch on Indian :
range, .car port and utility Eau Gallie 254-3133 Oldest Real Estate Service" River Avenue in Titus- !
roan, $125 month. 267-1928. "North Brevard's vine Low down payment.
'Old Dixie HighwayBrick -- --- -- -- -- --- Before you buy, see this one. i

Local & Long Distance Movers &- 887-Beautiful executive type '!
estate just 1000 ft. north of ,

Homes!! 3 bedroom, 2 Full Tile Bath, .Co nw city limits Has a beautiful I
large home placed among cit
K ? I
(Colored) Central Heat, Built-in Range Moving Packing J leQcI.Ji'l rus groves and high oak trees.
} Shown by appointment only. :
w/Hood, Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice of Storage Shipping -

Color Fixtures. Reasonably'Priced. FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341 401 South ; +t Telephone Why Pay More? I

J > bedroom, 2 tiled bath.
Also F.H.A. Homes from 13750.00; to Washington Brand new setting in picturesque -i, !
BREVARD RIDGWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD landscaped lot with lots j

$14,500.00 $450.00 Down. Ready for FUR STOPAGE 1600 N. U. S. No. 1 CRATING -. of beautiful shrubs. Air con
ditioned by Westinghouse with '

Occupancy. PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE r 1. Industrial Site zoned IU, U. S. No. ) central heat. Kitchen equipI'I
-I II. : ped with bar and complete set
'r? a 1 frontage and old Dixie Highway of beautiful cabinets and
267-5437, 267-5293, 267-2802 Westinghouse Cont i n e n t a 1

,, frontage. Priced to sell. a Range. Extra large utility
R. C. AreaNew L room ]large enought for your
workshop and laundry. Gracious

2. We have builder who will 23 ft. living( room with 8
constructto x ft. doors with white ter-
SEE OAKWOOD modern 3 and 4 bedroom homes glass
TODAY razio floors makes this home
F.H.A. and VA. Just completed. Priced your specifications on acre lot. one of the most outstanding

from 15 minutes from downtown Titus values in Brevard County.
$15,950.00 to $20,000.00.
MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION Priced at $13.650 with only
I. Paul': Conway ville. "f R. C. Wlaetead.: lr $450( down. Call today and let
President I ijr Vlc. President :_
us show you this fine home.
Featuring: Trade In Your Old HomeWe Ready. for immediate occu
3. Several FHA acquired homes are (
have ten 3 and 4 bedroom homes ."

LARGE 75' x 110' ,LARGE POOL under construction. Some with carportsand Q .. being remarketed. Check with us t

LOTS WITHCENTRAL at SHUFFLEBOARD double garages. Priced from $18,500to '..: : for details on purchase. i
; : : WATER .1Iu0 iZ 11UL}, Etc: 1945000. Builder will definitely r ,

consider old home trade. Callus
your on .
I todayl! : ; 4. 5 ACRES IVa miles off Carpenter

road. Beautiful home site. EXCEL-

; $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY I We have new and used homes in all '-- -. LENT TERMS.: v

locations. Call for
an appointment toGeorge
I. 'Epp' BlrUf Art Roder REALTY
;, TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Tttusrine jo north oa see- Rt.UanUU sales Mgr Salesman

U.S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on US. 1 Jar one more

!DUe to our entrance on right For free Jnionnatlcn usa South WashingtonAM
call 267-5586. M. Barley Inc. ,.gan.COlUvay & Wln&tcad/ .!Ju:. 7-3858

REALTORS INSUROES Where buyer and teller expect
342 S. Washington Titusville 267-3622:! Dial AM 74011Ds7.. Night or Holidays and get better and (faster..eniceTltu.vllte

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I Behind The 8-Ball? Your Cue--See What A WantAd Will Do2670331Continued

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t From Proceeding Page I Help Wanted InstructionsREAL Mobile Homes I -- Mobile -Homes-- Real Estate I Real Estate I Real Estate _

Excellent preparation for real
3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, drapes, carpeted -
positions 2
48 8 MAGNOLIA TRAILER woodedbeautiful
FEMALE HELP WANTED estate salesman's examinations x I : 1.080 aero high OWNER TRANSFERRED, make airconditioner, 2Q3
open in Titusville Fire Depart. bedroom, excellent condition Large lots Reasonable rent : land. CAPE; KENNEDY I .
p I 3 week course. Monday and
offer on $32(O equity 3 bedroom. Merry Lane 267-9933.
COLORED MAID for motel work.ment.. Applicants must be high Wednesday, 7.10 p.m. $65 full 923: Orlando Road (Rt. 50)). Good transportation to( Cape | area. Hwy frontage. Near new 2 bath airronditioned<< double
Apply in person, River Palm* school graduates, between ages tuition includes text book. Next I FRIENDLY SHORES I I golf course and rapidly growing carporte on large shady fencedlot 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, my owner.
Motel. .sl tlWJEi 21 31, in good physical condit class starts April 6th. For fur- Patrick Air Force base. Maps, Whispering Hills area. Phone 267-
ion and of high moral character ther Information call NE6-6714 TINY TRAILER TOWN U.S. No t, City Limits, Edgewater. : prices data. Realtor cooperation 1429 Oak Terrace, 267 1935 4572. 4:
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RELIABLE MAID. Own transport. Experience unnecessary. Applications 112 Derby St., Cocoa. Ol'| m t ONE ACRE trailer -pt'r : \\rite-call Thurmond Knight
ation. 73.30: call 267.6998 after at central fire station, JOB PLACEMENT ..:, A. D.,. BiaotM Tel month, children welcome.apace Apply Realty Inc., phone 84-4-1353.::! Res. 2 hath family OAKS room 3 corner bedroom lot LARGE 3 bedroom IV* bath $300
4. :313 Palm Ave. I 9908, W I'alm Beach, Florida.
GUARANTEED! utu.OponllM. to R. E. Springman 2 block off with sidewalks $Vfl) down, no down $80 monthly. Call Wessner
WANTED PART-Tlme Bookkeepers GUS FAULK CHEVROLET Is now CMlcunl :50, Christmas Park. ACREAGE FOR SALE closing costs, 1706 Smith Dr. So., Realty, 2677125:
for 3 to 4 hours In the evetaking applications for experienced Mobile Homes ( = te Ik* I..a I I'lease call 2fi7.1770MIMS .
$500 3
nine: If interested please seed Chevrolet mechanics. See Ko. A. CM UWY. FRONTAGE 600 x 250.: high ------- ,.
tG Service ..... --- 3 roads excellent BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom room. 2 tile bath. Fla. room. Will
resume Personnel Manager Manager TRAILERS FOR SALE Ireaae trno5 rnS.n 68x 100 lot, ground on '
trailer zoned for
Post Office Box 82. Tltusville, lot ..... II.... .... Carl trail. buy. Also several JIJoelllwy. parcels home with 2 full baths Florida finance part of down payment.
Florida. Only experienced bookkeepers GRANTS NEEDS salesmen for ap cr 8 x 40. $3700 cash. J. W Perkins Realty AM 7-38-40 room, carporte. dishwasher, Loan can be assumed 121 Mmv
need apply. pliance end TV department. AMERICAN 48 x 8'. 2 bedroom 7 .SOW t LOCATIOMII Childre Realty, 267-2541. --- --------- many extras. 18000. Call Arrow osa Drive. 2670377 i .
Guaranteed salary plus commis.HOUSEWIVES clothes closets, cabinets, cabInets II So I, Utfl N. old.II. BY OWNER 5V4 acres with 430( ft. -
.,.. ,... Trailer Parts and Strvlc Realty 2677037 on U.S. No.
; galore, window awnings !\w .m IlIuh large;
3 BEDROOM house with
sion Ornpaay benefits, group I'll. (>V II.MM.t on Ariel Road Just off U.S. 1. 1 Indian River City
health Insurance: retirement and patio awning. Good con .. -- -- Price $7500()( Call F153121, Oak family room, near elementary
\ I Ml. north .e --- -- -- -
benefits no experience neces dition. Sims Hall's Trailer Nu-Way Trailer Service and high school, $500 down, 1722
Tel work, your home UD to $30.00 Mini it llnrkrt MOWS j 3 BEDROOM 2 bath by owner.
We will train. No phone Park Highway 1 north. I'llM.. '- Smith Drive South, Phone 267-
weekly comm. part time.' Per sary. "Your 1 Stop Supply House" x 112 lot just west of US No 1 .
calls, interviews APPROXIMATELY 2 ACRES cor 2153. ,Xl
manent. Write iternational from 9-S Para TRAVEL TRAILER, IS ft. Shasta We have it or will get it in Tituivlllp City limits. $14.000.
all, located north
W. T. Grants ner lot, part or
Apply Pirtle
Magazine Services P. O. Box Airflyte, excellent condition, electric SEE THE NEW 19G4 For Any Make or Model of Mims 267.7080. total price with $450. : down Call SOUTH LAKE, 3 bedroom, fence
6457, Orlando, Florida. brakes, for trips, SKYLINE Arrow Realty. 2(57( 7037 on US No.
I Insurance perfect 1201 N. Dixie New Smyrna Beach I in, $400 down, $64 monthly, plenty -)
MALE HELP. WANTED vacations and hunting Only 51 x 10, 2 bedroom. $3693. Tel. 428.5002Plumbing BUILDERS, ACREAGE, 2 blocks 1. Indian River City. fruit trees roses, shrub. FJIA
$895. Call 267 3449. from Club or lots with
BUDDY country qualify 4234 Alachua Ave
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WFSTMVOOD: VILLAS 3 bedroom! _
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for RUSSELL BUCKEYE, 8 x 30 1 bedroom SO x 10 2 bedroom $4195. Supply I city build sewage on. Call and Baker water t :2615530.DUPLEXES Readyto 1 bath home with screened in LOVELY bedroom, 2 bath home,
Fully furnished in modern decor. II '
l experienced, aggressive lutoINSURANCE full bath and shower, like new I porch carporte, utility room. spacious carpeted living room,.
mobile l Newly completed Inc. condition. 267.3884. Free delivery and act up. Long FOR SALE Situated on large: 117' x 90' corner built.in kitchen air-conditionedl
::. :tsnin at Carl ------ term bank financing SEPTIC TANKSof lot $65. a month payments 'I
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yard extras.
Schmidt Rambler, 1300 Block, S. 2001 So. Washington Ave.HopklJlS 10 x 47 TRAILER, cabana, air condition MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES: pre-cast concrete, steel-reinforced LIVE RENT FREE, brand new Includes taxes and insuranceCall 108 Thornton Ave AM many[
Titusville. Phone 267-6720 2 baths washer carpoile, Skyline anti Buddy Dealer state-approved, sizes 540 two. 2 bedroom apartments on Arrow Realty, 267 7037 on I 7'1659.
__ $3795. Call 2676267 1224 No U. S. 1, No of Overpass gals 630 gals, 735 gals., and 1000 big corner lot, airconditioned US No 1, Indian River City (Continued:I on Next Page)
Tltusville 267.3081 gals Grease traps installed tanks utility i and carports Excellent : -----
55 FT. x: 10 ft. 2 bedroom mobile -
Lost : ft : 1
pumped and cleaned, drain fields terms. Edwards Realty t
home in
screened patio $2300
AWNINGS rclaid Work guaranteed. Pittman 267.3261 rites 267-7821
for Sl.ooo and take
equity over MOONLANDMobile
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Phone AM
Tanks Inc.
For) Home or Trailers Cab. near Indian River, Lois Welborn payments. 267-7186 after-7 p.m.- P O Box 2016, Titusville, HOUSES FOR SALE QUALITY
Utility inside frame. leeward 267-0548.: 55 FT. x 10 ft. new 2 bedroom mobile Home Sales Florida. .
anas Carports home screened in patio. NO DOWN payment If you qualify
,Screened and Florida Rooms. ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only $2300 equity for 11,000 and takeover QUALITY IIO IES AND Plumbing & Electrical Supplies under VA. 3 bedroom 1'i 1
I SERVICE baths. Central heating and air-
267-718C alter 7
!j No Money Down! 25c ace at the Star-Advocai: p.m. U.S. 1 North of Overpass New Smyrna Plumbing conditioning; 13650. $90 pay
UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAYI Supplies, Inc. ment includes ev'r.thlnlPI'r.-
I D._.......! A.......:....... Remember pay your Paper Boy Titusville 267-5695 Completeriumblnf kiss Realty AM 7.3940. FREE ESTIMATES & PLANS
: N. DTCVtllU: : yVYViiSales I unit r.leitrUal: BurpllnI -
I Walir Bynrmi Sprinkler Hyilrm 3.BE RO1C\ W bath, screened FINANCING ARRANGED
IM1UliWJ6ETtNTTT MOBILE HOME: OWNERS !1 fumpi. l-lpei. Valve Flltlnm porch, large wooded lot aircon-
267.6333 or 267-2779 LIVE RENT I I I topper l.lht Tubl.Pluturiii.". Wlra I'lsitlo. Km Hp, dltioning, low down payment, CHEWNING CONSTRUCTION

I 1232 Canal-New Smyrna Beach bunk financing__._, $11,000_ __267.H80. 267-6789
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Phone 428-2705 I
WE DEAL IN PEOPLE, TOO! 4 FREE Sun.-Mites.Holidays 428.9923 CANT BE BEAT!!
Won't cost anything to LOOK and
$20 down payment and $20 a Real Estate COl\fPARE-1700 feet
3 LOTS1160' X 105'on Houses Yes, we have houses galore. square
month will buy your own full living area; 3 bedrooms 2 bath
St. Johns St But what good l is a house unless it's acre mobile home lot at beautiful SPLIT LEVEL Extra large Family tJsE CARS
Christmas Park. Become
I Room Work and
250' W. of Hopkins Ave. exactly right for your exacting needs your own landlord. More than Utility Rooms separate Blinds, Drapes
150 families now reside here. 300 FT. ON CLEAR chain of lakes und Built.ins; Landscaped Clone
ZONED: INDUSTRIAL We often ask about your hobbies and Don't buy before you see for 250: ft. deep, high:: land deep to Schools and Shopping. ;ONLY
WAREHOUSING yourself. Only a few lots left. well Oslecn area a bargain for $600.00 DOWN $110.00 month. .
Interests If you need room for electric per
$3,05000 T. W. Mero, Broker. Extra Bonas OPEN 325 DickensAve McCOTTER SAYS.
'* LIBERAL BUSINESS trains, sewing machines or whatever !jijlmi, _Sanford 3222481 for appointment OWNER 287-2987. .
Route :50 Christmas, Florida
Jack J. Rosen 220-71 St. try us we'll select a house with __
Phone Orlando 275-1727

Miami Beach UN 6 0272 vim in mind.Campbell" 'j I ALLEN or REALTY WE'RE REALLY LONG ON "Check Our Deals! ; -'

Associates, Inc Cocoa 636.3790 USED CAR VALUES

Realtors r.. Directions 12 miles west of DURING OURSItES
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105 210 S. Washington 267.7325 Titusville Christmas,on Fla.Highway 50 at 1963 FAIRLANE 500' $$1995.:

ACRES I Automatic, H&H, Extra Ncet.! -
I ,
3600 feet Hwy. 46 TRAILERS, FOR RENT
ApproxKids Walk to School! -- Overdrive R & H

'. :50 acres bearing grove, LIGHTS. WATER gas furnished.
houses and barn. Almost # o Couple or 3 adults. $75 monthly.Buck' 61 CADILLVC 4 Door Air Con$7895
1962 PONTIAC 4 DR H-T $$1995Power
Fish 2675267.:
unbelievable financing to nL Camp. dltioning, full Power . Y
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responsible party. Price TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT --- - Steering, Auto., R & H!, 2 Tone.
$150,000. 9 years on bal 63 CHEVROLET "Impala"! Station
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Moms Love
the Kitchens
after down Wagon/: V8. Powerglide Transmis.sionn $$2695
ance payment 2 TRAILER LOTS for rent at $139 .
1'owcrateerlng. R & H
has been negotiated. 6%. Buck's Fish Camp. $33:! monthly
; Electricity and water furnished. -
I W. J. Smith Realtor Quiet and peaceful rest. 62 FORD "XL 500" 2 dr Sport Extra, Extra Clean.

2001 S. Washington Titusville Fla.Ph. 267-0153 Dads Relax in Comfort! I Coupe Powerstccrlng, V8 Automatic, Radio Transmission and Heater $$2195 1961 FORD-STAR LINER $$1595

-- HARVEYREAL 5 T-Dird Engine R & II,
I HUNTER I 62 CHEVROLET "Impala" 2 door t"4f\r
Super Sport Coupe, V'8, Powerglide, /1S
Need A Lot PARK HOMES PRICED FROM ESTATELICENSE Radio and Heater' V- t 1960 CHEV S/WAGON $$1295:

$16,200 FHA SCHOOLStart Automatic, Air Conditioned.

Or Homesite.I.R.C. ? L'vD1ANIN BEAUTIFUL CITY WHISPERING LAKES 2675221 attend this first HOWELL'S Tuesday session as-our 7 P.guest.M. 1959 FORD GAX $$895

.-Nice trees 100' x BUSINESS COLLEGE Automatic Real Clean.

160' $3,000. .1528 S. Wash. Ave. (U.S.)

IR.C. Corner Lot $2,500. DUFFY'S REAL ESTATE 267-1161 1958 T.BIRD HA- .i' ,. $$129 i s, "

Loaded Plus Afr v v. '
I.R.C.-Spacious Corner Lot Corner U. S. No. 1 and Hwy 46 Mims ,

120' x 168' $5,900. 61! BUICK "LaSabre" i 80 FORD Fairlane. 4
2 door Hard Top V8 \lU7J Door Sedan Automa. $$595

Titusville-90' x 170' $3,500. See Us FOR: NICE 3 BEDROOM sloe Automatic, Poweriteeringi TransmisY R H. tic Transmission V8. Compact Corner

Near Power Plant 75' x HOMES -- I 159 1 CHEVROLET "Bel
150' $1,500.Scottsmoor Air" 2 Door Sedan, $$895
10 ACRES High and Dry, well located North of Mims. I V8
Vi Hour From f 4\f\r
75' x 135' Cape Custom 4 door Cedar, \ 1117J 64 Corvair Monza $2495 62 Falcon (Air) $1495

$1,000. each, buy 1 or 100. 4 EXCELLENT Producing Groves. CUSTOM REALTY '60-1. ? Rk_ H *-h I 151 Air"CHEVROLET 4 door sedan"Bel, t695 62 V-W Deluxe $1395 61 Metro Coupe $695

Large Corner Lot, zoned BEAUTIFUL 2 Bedroom House On Large Lot. CORNER LEE ROAD 60 FORD Ranch Waf I 1 V8 minion, Powerglide, Powf'rdf't'rlnf.Trans-' PowerI 61 Olds F-85 Wag. $1595 61 Buick Special $1495
&: HWY 17.92 gon, V8, Air conditioning S 1 0951 I
Apartments $7,500. U. S. NO. 1 HIGHWAY Frontage, Numerous Tracts. Automatic Trans- i brakes-,-Radio- and Heater. __ 61 Comet Wagon $1295 61 Falcon Wag. $995

24 Residential Lots, Whispering WINTER PARK mission, Radio and Heater 1 58 FORD Ranch WaCOftC
Hills Water WAREHOUSE, 13,000 Sq. Ft., with Railroad Siding Phone (444021) -----__ gon 4 door, va, Auto. \ 62 Tempest 61 Tempest. $1095
-City For Rent, Sale, or Lease. malic TrammUiion, TPowerstecrlng LeMans $1495 60 Falcon $695 '
and sewers. Owner will 60 PONTIAC "Yen' t Radio Heater,
1295 58 V-W Deluxe $893 I
subordinate to reputable 115 ACRES 3 Miles North of Mims. Ideal for Develop tura"malic, 4 Transmission door, auto- I -

builder ment. Shown by appointment.ARROW Powersteermtf. Radio & )Heater. '59 CHEVROLET 14Ton $$695 There Are Over 20 CompactsTo




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311 North Dixie! Highway {8 AGENCY $3000 Per Lot! I USED CAR DEPT

Indian River City CIIAS. JANNARONE: iiJ 1028 HOPKINS AVE. 00 730 S. Washington 267-2657 .
Titusvllla Shopping Center Phone 267-1234

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A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville $4750 to $6850 Ilomei restricted to 1800 sq. ft. minimum. :

F i I H I i A LOW pIvMENT DOWN Only 2 Miles West of U.S. 1 On Card .i St. COWART & CARTER, INC. .

3200 Garden St., Titusville

THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS .-. Phone: 267.322207.2531 -.


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I-B Tltutvlll (Florida) Star Advocato Friday, April J, 1t(4+ Real Eitate ,
is: THE: fluent corer or THE KOTICIC' : or IXTBXTIOS: TO wit: "Duffy,1 llency"
-- :MM II JIDICItl IIHfllT 'IIAMI '1 HhUIHTKH HC1ITHH. N""I: under which I am engaged In us*
fOH IIKK\HI"" COlKTt.tl.OKIIIt. In compliance with HOUM BUI No. Ineu at Mime Florida and thai, (lieunduralftnej
o11.4kRV:. :>0. inn 1175 Chapter Number 2UU63: / Law .
Star-Advocate Classified AdsContinued I UNITED MOKTGAUKE: 8KRV1C-! of Florida. Acli of 1041, too under- !I. the only .pores in' *
with the Clerkof trrrated In laid bualnena.Dated
lye (:()RP., cased will rrgleter ,
Tltutvllle Florida'
Plaintiff.va the Circuit: Court In BrevardCounty. at ell|
Florida upon' receipt of lath day of March. A. D. JM! > .

From 1'l'ccel'dmjl1'1I14; .
Real Estate SchoolsWE Used Cars & Trucks Used Cars & Trucks DirVndaiili.NOTIC'K
: OF XlIT IN! :MOHTU.tGEtOKhttool

Real Estate I FORM CLASSES 1960 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000, radio 63 Ford Falrlane, 4 dr. 6 cylinder, TO: Robert Bruce Holleman HK and Classified Ads Get Result.
HOUSES FOR SALt wirewheels, bucket seats, A-l radio, heater, white walls, stand. REdlDUNCK Orla!; U.!::ilolleman B6M Tlplon, hi*Lan.Alesandrla wit.. STAR-ADVOCATE .
condition $1595. 2672980. ard transmission. $1550 ,
ESTATES has the Teaching various phases of Elec VirginiaYou
Ford hereby notified that
tronics.! 58 wagon, 9 passenger 395 are a
homes with advantages&: you'll 1963 CHEVROLET STATION Complaint to foreclose certain
- --- 57 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser 395 a
DETTER THAN NEW with 3 bed \ like. 3 bedrooms, l'\j\ baths at I Call at FETI, 105 King/{ St. wagon take over payments. 267- 56 Cadillac 2 dr. hardtop 395 described mortgage encumbering real property the to-wlt allowing:

rooms, Florida room 10 x 27 terrace 12,600. $3UO down $79.38 monthly, Cocoa 636.3720 6053. 55 Oldsmobile, hardtop, 88 135 Lot 13, Block *", Vetter hi...
and many extras. Just including P and 1 I.? 24 year mort 50 Chevy 3/4 ton pickup 135 Enlatei, Mention: 2, according to
painted and very clean. In Whispering gage. Large lots. Just south of IBM TRAINEES needed. Call l7 1953 DODGE, R and n, fair, runs Browning Auto Sales the plat thereof aa recorded In
good, $100. Call 267-1368 after'S Plat Hook 16. page 132 public
Hills Club
Lakes within walking distance Whispering Country 783.5575. ,
405 Hopkins Ave, 267-1320 records of Brevard County Florida
of shopping and school. (Route 403)() ). George B. Barley, p.m. ,

Owners transferred and willing Inc., Titusville 2673622. Scrao Iron & Metals 1962 4-DOOR FALCON, will sacrifice Wanted To Buy hue been filed analnit you In the
to sacrifice for $1000 down and -- above .1)'led alb and you are required
assume monthly payments of 4 BEDROOM 2 bath, new low $1095. Phone 2673647. USED AUtOMOBrLESTCitJ"/: /Auto to ....rv. a copy 01 your

$86.; See this; ; one! Phone 267-3623. down payment. Nicest Hills.section in KING IRON & METALS 1957 FORD, 4 door, custom Parts. AM 73686. Complaint Anewer or on other Plaintiff I'lelldlnil attorneye.to the
George Barley Inc., 342 So. Titusville. Forest 267-3364 automatic t $250. 2670432. body AND ;R 'ON, RL'SH: DEAN A BUYIN
PIA'o.IO: WANTED, any condition, LOWNDES, 323 Raat: Central Boulevard
Washington Ave., Titusville. LUXURY LIVING new brick Buying Iron, Steel Metals call 2677831. Orlando, Florida and file
veneer, 4 bedroom 3 tile bath, FORD TRACTOR, NAA, $795. 267- the original Aniwrr or other Plead.
LEASE WITH option or trade. 1983 nights. Ing In the oltle. ot the Clerk 01 the
Newly renovated approx. 1700 built in range and oven, dishwasher 4 Miles South On U.S. No. 1 Wanted To Rent Circuit Court on or before the 28
and disposal, Intercom day of April, 1114... If fall to do
sq. ft. 3 bedroom 1 bath Country Cocoa, Florida LET US SELL your ear or beat you
10 a decree confemo will betaken
radio centraloil pro
with AM and FM ( ,
home with one acre rich fertile Browning Auto Sales, 403 Hop WIDOW LADY would like room again you for the relief demanded
land. Also tractor with imple heat and airconditioned, ServicesFINISH kins Ave., 267-1320. close to Big Apple Plaza. 267- In the Complaint.:
wall to
ments. Located near U.S. No. 1 wood burning fireplace, 2280. Thin Notice ehall be publlabcd
and north county line. Contact wall carpet double car garage, '39! MERCURY Montclalr 4 door once a week for ourc000eru live

owner AM( 73858. Price at $15.730 : .- fully landscaped, corner lot, CARPENTER WORK, hardtop, power( steering/{ and Work Wanted week In the Tltuivllle Star-Advo-
(), suitable terms. $27,300. For appointment 267- book cases, built to order. 0 .D. brakes. Excellent condition. can.DATED this 23 day of March
1928. Abbott 267.2609 evenings. Take payments of $42.33 I'.itil'!
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3 BEDROOM: HOME:\ in Titusville, monthly. Call 2677080. (COURT HKAL"' : ) DURABILITYIN
BRENTWOOD ESTATES PAINTING by dependable semi- 2674103. ri'KTIS H. T1ARNKH:!'!
It Mi bath utility room, carporte,
Clerk of Circuit Court
I well planned models are now retired native, terms and refer 1959 METRO A-l
!Is on lot 83 x 113. Small equity step van condition YOUNG COUPLE seeking employ By llortle! 11.11V.pllly
of open. Brcntwood Estates Is min ences If desired. Write P. O. Box new tires and completely Clerk _
take over monthly payments in Titusville Thirteen
ment _
area. Mar. 27, ID. 17 41",11 11661.
Apr. 3. )
utes from downtown Titusville 291, Titusville. overhauled. 2672898.
Located J at 224 Bermuda w
$77 monthly. years experience as General GOOD LOOKS
West on Garden Street. FIIA
St. Phone. 267-6373. VA, 23.4 bedroom homes from FREE BOTTLE gas installation.No 1951 NASH, 60,000, actual Motors dealership Service Man ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only
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BY OWNER 3 bedroom, with 1V4 $85 monthly Includes every. gas deposit required. Phone Economical and clean. $175.00.Phone ager. Write R. S. Simpson 1412

baths built In utility and large thing. 267-7142 or NE 6-8385. 267.3076 or 2871989. Titusville 2672898. Madison Street, Waynesboro 2Sc each at the Star-Advncatr a IN EASY PAINTING
-..--- Gas Co.INCOME. Virginia
screened porch. 267.3675. 3 BEDROOM:\ BATH, built In 1958 OLDSMOBILE CONVERT.
BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, kitchen, carporle, 16 x 32 foot TAX AND bookkeeping IBLE full power, $300. 267-6B85. MISTER BREGER I s&.YP&

all electric central heat and air, swimming pool, fenced yard service. H. Burgess&: and Assoc. 1960 RENAULT Dauphine, low I r.a.a+ h. w.Y- I I3w
77 x 143 lot. $1200 down, no qualifying deep well $12,9(10.( Terms can be late Office 2673731. 1425 South mileage, excellent shape, also ; HOUSE PAINT Reg,
2676690. Magnolia.\[ M' Sat.
2(576120.WlilSTKRING( arranged. Only
1956 Mercury 2 door, excellent
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BRICK BLOCK and cement work. shape. Call 267-2693.
!tllLI.S. 3 bedroom LOTS FOR SALE
1W' butlis/ double carport' Flor- Free estimates. Verger Construct $650
--'- tion. AM T-3728.. cars acetylene
I Ha room by owner sacrificIng
11 BUILDING LOTS on paved welding equipment or garage
14 equity I t ,_101 Dozier,_AM: 7: 631. i street $2300 each subordination, COOK'S WELL DRILLING Servo equipment. Browning! ( Auto Sales,

2 BR. Home-Corner lot 100x113- Call Wessner Realty 2677125. Ice licensed insured, work guar. 405 Hopkins, 261.1520.Townsend ,

Indian. River City $9850. Shownby LARGE LOT with 30 x 14 ft. build antecd. 267-3243. Auto Parts l'l'I I SWP OIL-BASE HOUSE PAINT

appointment! only. W. J. ing. Canal Ave., Oak Hill, C. E. INCOME TAX returns, accountingand
Smith, Realtor 2001 So. Washing. Bernard. system service. C-F Assoc Used Parts Cars I has houses than
painted more
ton-Titusville Tele. 267-3311.. -- tatcs. 267.0271. Top Prices Paid For

J-- BEDROOM r, 2 BATHS,- small \TTENT10N as is, $2200 BUILDERS each. Shady, 6 Oaks Iota, INCOME TAX returns prepared. Wrecked Cars! F. other paint in the world

trinity and no qual'fying.! / Deep subdivision large storage ware Phone 267-3183 $3.00 and up. Free Statewide Teletype Service (
well and drape;, nire lawn. 270 house and small house included 6 Miles North Of Mims

Swift Ave., Indian River Heights, Call owner. 2G7. 963. ROOFING PAINTING additions Titusville 267-1351: e lasts longer saves you money
267-6399.! and general repairs. All work

i --- --_ -- LARGE LOT for multiple dwelling guaranteed, free estimates, licen Magnolia Motor Co. .
OARDENDALE, OWNER transferred or community business. $200 sed and bonded. 267-3411 International l Harvester Trucks aI e Endorsed by leading painters everywhere

2 bedroom, 2 bath, airconditioned Scout 4-Wheel Drive ,
down, $35 monthly. Also ran (finance I
PAINTING reliable and Easier than I 19 apply
expert e ever
2 car garage. 267-7273. i
building. Inquire, 267.1481 satisfying work. Estimates Sales Parts Service M
gladly kl
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1 bid, >:i W Canal Rt 4i>
FOUR ROOM HOUSE with 2 bed- AM 7-0778.
17 LOTS, high and dry, just off
New Smyrna Beach 's'k', 'rJ ,
rooms. 2672470. Garden St., shopping. Call
ZINGER SEWING Machine Co.. 428 4761
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QUICK CASH for your house eq 267.0241 days or 267.3735 rites. sales and service, Pinking shear

uity, 2673262. Sale TradeNEW etc. sharpened. Phone AM 7 ri\l\ BREVA PAINT tt DECORATING
2244 ENVELOPES Business She -a a.
$839: DOWN, 3 bedroom, air conditioned I 110 S. Washington AM 7.7324 I
I double earporte and AND USED FREE LP bottled gas Installation Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp

family room, 27U NI). Circle GUNS (repair and ammunition! ) 209 N. U. S. No.1. Titusville. for mailln,. Full stock at Star *
Drive Forest Hills, Mr. Evans. ( V4 mile south( Florida Wonder Suburban Propane Gas Service. Advocate. I see where the average fait Income has gone J
2673267. land. Indian River Gun Shop. 2676411. uo again with aa usual Cram TKM -"

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63 RAMBLER $$1150 63 HILIMAN $$1395 61 FORD $$995 59 FORD $$695 S6 CHEY $$395 '

Classic Radio and Heater Clan, One Owner Fairlana. Clan, One Owner Station Wagon Automatic, R&H Good Condition.

62 HEY $$1895 61 RAMBLER $$895 60 RAMBLER $$995 61 RAMBLER $$1095 59 RAMBLER $$695

Impala 4 tic, Hardtop, American, 2 Door, Automatic, Classic, Station Wagon, Custom, 4 Dr, Chide, Custom, Clnaie, Super, Station Wagon, 4 "
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