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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 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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84th Year No 50 5c Per Copy Titusville, Florida, Friday Apiil J4 1964 115 -- Published I -- -
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TitusvilleApril dry


Pass S8 MillionThere

Showers bring May Flew rees and other clubs will be out r

erg" could be used to define the in force to aid city crews sweep? -

ambitions of Greater Pride, Inc., Streets Thus and will clean go "Clean up alleyways Up Titus. little t quosljon t but The lotai i to more lmpieiive With one week till left[ I inl buildings, one church.relited

and Its cooperating civic clubs in ville Week" by Greater Pride, that Titusville is now getting: a ti/mien it .it mparl'd with the 'April the total for lie I tryouts i U structure and 24 permits or <1ditions. -

the gigantic Cleanup., Paint-up, Inc. vital share in new constructionin Mal for all 01 13 ilightlyvcr : $1114900) and includes. 78 new alterations or swimming

f'lx.up Titusviiie"; campaign. Mrs. Hilda Cowart, Prides Bi 'VHicI! Countv City of Titu ,> $12 I: million home,, seven new commercial pools

The efforts put forth by Great. chairman for the week's activities vine building: permit derailment The? month's (argent! permit M
this morning issued a number of far IS i the
: one for $80,000 issued
'
er Pride in April, it is hoped, will has high hopes for the
new home permits that pushedthe to J. L. Martin Co to constructthe
campaign, "not for what it will
nuke Titusville
a much more total I in new construction I convent at M Teresa's Roman
beautiful city in May and the rest accomplish this month, she within the city limits past the $8 Catholic Church, Next largest -
said, "but what learn
we can
of the year. million mark for 1M! >4. I !: Ii one for $43.ooo issued (bhlldre
from our experience this year ;
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Rounding out "Pride Month", will better enable us to carry .
the last week of April will be the out better campaigns later" .. I 1 new Star Advocate building on
concerted effort of civic clubs Hopkins Avenue
working through; Pride to clean Pride and its cooperating agencies : Final Coat Others Include two for 042,000apiece

vacant lots, tidy up the high feel generally the greatest \ ', iMtiod to John Beach for

ways and streets and instill I incintive accomplishments will be that of town houies in Circle I'ark.
among business people getting the many vacant lots Several contractors obtained

generally to "feet (their houses in within the city cleared and cleaned On Garden pnrmits fur( 21 new homes in

order". Also high on its priority is the Gardemlale while 18 new homes
cleaning of downtown streets and have J permits> in Indian River
Sunday, April 26 will be educating merchant to stop I Heights, 12 in Colonial Heights
Church and will begin. the iy 'r"1
Day" :
stl seven on Bon Alre five In
sweeping their trash into the TT1iuul.r ? Whlsptrlni -
"clean Ministerial up week". The Association North Dre.vard is- street gutters, City Manager St. TodayFinul !; Hills, four in Urentwood

Cleveland Talmadge I is workingon -g and four In Whispering Lakes
encouraging its clergy membersto
and two in Forrest Hills
some type of city legislation:: to .
mention the campaign from curb the habit. coat of paving on Garden y. Since January 1 this year, permits .
the
their pulpits Sunday and give
have been issued for 568 new
week a good; send off JOB FOR" PRIDE: A partial load of what formerly Street is in the process of being homes or In
apartments Titus
t concrete blocks lie broken along U. S. 1 in front of laid with the work possibly beIng ;.; -.;:). ville
Monday will be Littcrbag and ... .. .&!""oJ,
Johnson's Restaurant The looks like
mess a
completed today I .. .
Barrel Day Although Herman 's. ..
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week ;
job for Pride during this clean-up but
Chandler of the Titusville Jay-
was all taken care of. The blocks just missed the car Equipment of W. L. Cobb Construction TWO INJURED HERE Two 17-year-old girls were in- McGee Named
cees will have already cleaned up
the highways with the help of TI. in front of the restaurant.-(S-A Photo). Co., contractors, Will jured In an auto accident Thursday on Magnolia Avenueat

tusville High and Parkway Junior ut work this morning speedily 1.50: p. m, Treated for injuries at Jess Parrish Memorial

High students on Saturday, laying this about final two-thirds coat and(finish the Hospital and released!! were Barbara Baxlcy of 12 Manager Of
job was
the Monday day has for this been effort.set aside What as ) ; Project To cd at t noon. Park Ave and Judy Ann Little of 123 Anna Drive W. F.

highway rlghti-of-way are not J The four laning is from Hopkins Mann, Titusville Policeman, investigated the accident and Dunn Airpark

policed on Saturday will be fin- Avenue west to Highland reported that the auto driven by MUM!! Daxley was travelIng -

ished on Monday. Avenue, where: there is a wide north on Magnolia when a car pulled Into her path Bill McGee, commander of the

Also on Monday, vacant lots Begin By May 6 turning area as Garden lanes beginsto and when she turned to miss it t lost control and hit a Prrvard Flying Posse, stationed

will be cleaned This project is narrow to two- again pole The 1950 Ford was a total loss.-(S-A Photo). at Arthur Dunn Airport has been

under the chairmanship of Ray $9 "
Ledford, who reports that many State Road 40$.lead- removing| tho existing: paved Thomas Morford t. : ',.r. county eoromlnsioner Gus Faulk.
miles of
lots have already been cleaned. ..*o d-aod':providing'19' >loottref< $ \ 111' r-r' ,/!,, \I..... .. -J fault told commissioners yesterday '
Tuesday wflri> MeFcnant : : north' into)"TltusVflWls esF! rioto.l the appointment would tre!
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fdurlaned
flc lanes A small! : .
Day, with Chamber of Commerce ) to be atarted by May 6, section will be: constructed\; at the Drops Dead At ',. P temporary until an agreement Is
reached with the Titusville Cocoa
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executive manager Jack State Road Department has approach to South jStreet In T)- fi.: -
""" Airport Authority for the
of operatlcyi '- ;
Schwemsbcrg in charge encouraging ,
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tusville and eight-foot parking
/ of the
bubinessei and Indus Hoard member A. Max arras will bet provided on both Home Thursday r ". airport.
trial areas to clean up and fix up ; Titusville Cocoa Airport Authority
.' r said the project in Bre sides of the roadway
to conform with the general pat- f has been delegated the ft-
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County extends from SR 50 Hubhard Construction Co, of Thomas Hilterman Morford, 49, [I Ia
tern of the progress of the month I uponHlliility of opei' sling the air-
miles west of Indian Riv Orlando hat been warded the e+ '
resident of 1200() IUvel'llldeDrive l a- port by the county commission,
Wednesday, "Repair and Mod "PRIDE"A City area north and northeast contract and will have 220 working \ died suddenly at his but as yet no definite agreement
ernize". will be an effort to entire South Street? In Titusville days to complete the project has been drawn by the two agen:
home yesterday afternoon
homeowners to modernize or cies.

clean up their grounds, or at An electrical contractor,, he McGee, a''tape worker has

least those who didn't Week"during which the Invited To Meeting moved, here from his birthplace been active, In the, developmentof
"Paint and Polish
In Dxnm 10 year,ago. He was the Ar tljW1l11n Alr art
concludes tomorrow River Civic: Association Refreshments will be servedto born there April 1, 19151'e through his Activities! with the
"Paint
Thursday will be Up a special meeting on all who attend.Pelillon !' wa a veteran of Navul Flying F'IWS .Tht Posse hu
will be toward
and the efforts
Day" evening April 27, begin. service In World War II and was Instigated,! many Improvement
painting up the town. at 8 o'clock in the IRC Said a member of the First Baptist at the local&:airport through the

Friday is "Inspection Day", Center All the legislative Church of Mims. cooperation :of f1'Commissioneraulk
I PLANT-UP Greater Pride Inc. and its affiliated
'
mem- > McGee la alto
of tineflight
The various chairmen of Greater will be presented to( one
Pride, Inc .will tour the area public All candl ales have To Be Survivors are his wife, Betty; bers are shown working around Brevards courthouse! Instructors s here.J .

and:! appraise the work accomplished Invited and arc: requested ConfusingAn one sun, George, both of Titus- this morning, planting and cleaning up Center is Syl J:;>'r&ty!: A
in the Pride Month effort. either Paul Wiley, vice ville; oi.o daughter Miss With Rose, assistant county agricultural(: agent working furiously
Saturday, May 2, "Polish Day" at 2375712 or Mrs apparent attempt to confuse Morford, a student nurse>> In Atlanta with hoe and at left is Mrs. Hilda Cowart, chairman [ommunilyCalendar

will be the last official day of Simms, secretary at 267- voters of Brevard County Ga.; one brother, Joseph, of Clean-Up, Fix-Up, Paint-Up Week of Greater r
hus been<< reported to the Stars Pride The others are Jaycee sponsored JBs, part of) the ,
Pride Month On Saturdays, Jay as to whether or not they of Indian River City; and four
be attending the meeting. Advocate this morning sisters, Mrs Jane McArdle, Jaycee youth organization,-(S-A Photo).
The attempt is being made in
is the committee's wish that
Mrs Cornelia: Kingrey, Mrs,
,
Miss Chalfant candidates will be present to the form of unsigned petition Frances Vrona and Mrs. Doris TeMav"} AjiH 1 24
being circulated in an effort to "
the public a chance to ro Marsh all of Ft. Lauderdale: '"
acquaintances or to meet confuse voters with untruths 809 pm. Stevenson Alt

Is Presented for the first time.,,Each will A number of candidates. con. Funeral. services will be held Gallery -+ exhibit of student
allowed 1 19 minutes to talk and tatted by the Star.Advocate this t.2 p.m. 'Saturday (tomorrow) work. Located at' Marina off U.

a question and answer per. morning urge' all voters net. to ftt the First Baptist Church of S I I.

Scholar AwardIn from the audience will be be confused by such last minute Minns with Rev Joseph Boats BOO;: pm 'Twirl.A-Way

"scare" tactic wright officiating Square Dance 'IRC Civic Center. .

.. ._ ei ..... Interment will be in Oak tSfJcU'r
of National --- -- ,
recognition '
Lawn Cemetery under direction
SrcretnrlfS Association Week, : .tl of Smith Funeral Home < April U
the Tit-i'ViHe Chapter of the oat ri 4a L- $.30( a.m. ":' ParliamentaryLaw

jMniJii'ion' presented a scholar- f Should: friends desire they a Workshop at TUB audited

,hip award to Miss Madaline t may contribute to the heart 'In in, Sp<'>n4cre4 by Titinvtlle
Cbjlfnnt senior at TitunvUl fund cancer society, muscular Branch: AAUW.) Small reglslra-

High School ,v v atrophy: or to their favorite <.t. lira lea< .. ; ,
i' church In his memory '"
prc Anting the scholarship was I e9 d Sunday April 21
MM Virginia Gault recording I 4 .I J>rJCI,', Church pay be-

creinry'! : and Mrs, Kathy Ray, Doyle Named To < '.' Binning of 'CI.an.up, Paint.up,
Committee. Chairman for Florida FU-up Wee/t"/ .

Seer I >rie. Association. ;
Miss tlialfant is the daughter I ,",, .r Mtnday/ As-fil' 17
Stale Committee Litter Sag and Barrel Day -
of Mr and Mrs. LaVaughn ---

Ch ilfant. 302 Hillcrcst, and is anatnc EXAMINE REGISTRATION LIST Three mo-Tibers of F'ride clean-up.
Robert II. Doyle, executive 8 Meet
rm. LegislativeCandldste4
Indiana. Mr.
of Muncie, American Association of University Women dine) the
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director of the Planning
Regional Sponsored by IRt
is in electronic inspector -
thalfant list lor Farliarnentaiy
General Council, has been named registration Saturday's prkshop on Civic! Association. at IRC Civic
(for Dynamics Law being conducted by Mw. Herbcrta Leonardy
to the Military Aflame. Com Center
at CW Kennedy Madalme'aenter I from 10 a m. till 3 p.m. in the Titusville High auditorium. .
mittee of the Honda State 8pm "Susl The Siren"Pav
? Karen, Is employed by I From left are Mrs. S. A Rose, Mrs. William Clark, and
Chamber of Commerce, it wa* In Gitsun School cafetorlon -
tirncnd/ Dynamics ai a stenographer Mrs. Curtis Wherry.-.(Carlson Photo). .
I announced today by Floyd B.
Bow en president of the Chamber
who assisted in the
Mr Ray Twederr April 21

presentation is a secretary with City Police Expanding Offices Merchants Day:' Pride,

ran American at Cape Kennedy The committee function is to Wednesday, April.aiRtp

fire Department and Mrs, Gault maintain\ a continuing appraisal tv>nt go looking for the City engineering department will ,,,lr It 1'I.deridee]| Day -Prld

' is a secretary for General Dynamics et military, activities the state, of Titunvlll" building Impector's ur\ inane and where the recreation 8 p,T -. "Season of Happi-
Security at Capo Kennedy Arai. and to work; toward making Florida BCM*' Primary I'ept Operetta
office in the bock of( the little department Is now located
RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP Madaline activities: in recognition of National Secretaries more attractive to the military east in GibM School eafetorium.
whit house just of the city Tilt apace! formerly used by the
Also present were Titusvtlle Chalfant a senior at Titusville High Week. Also pictured is Mrs. Ber- including retired personnel hall more. building: department is being re Point-up Day =: Pride

High:: School principal Truman School receives a scholarship award nice L. Lovan, Business Administration Ii, this way it Is able to serve the It Is any row located on the second nnxIcUd for additional room foe 7.30: p.m.' Auction and bake
Scarborough; Mrs. Bernice Lou- from Mrs. Kathy Ray, Committee Chair- Director at Titusville High School and nation's. defense while Improving with rater sponsored! by IRC Little
flmir nf tin* fire station just the police department members -
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van, FSA School' Advisor; and man of the Titusville Secretaries: Au'n. Mrs Virginia; Gault, Recording Secretary cQri'jmic: conditons: in the north of the city hall where, the doing the work. League Auxiliary at' IRC Civic

Mrs. Chalfant The award was presented as part of the for the Association.-(S-A Photo). state. Center .. .





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Our Choice For Henry M. lIu Senator .. Mra. Haiti H. Hod..,, V-P. JL
Robert H. Hudaon. Becy-Traal.
S-ioml-Clana poiuc paid at Tltua- .
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Four years ago I Wednesday, the Star-Advocate editorially for Quality Education and the Junior College coordlnat-I' villa, Florida.. Mr

endorsed a youthful Titusville man for the Flor ing Council. He had a part in nearly every Florida Mr.1I:1&1 Pre.. A.001.000:
J
ida Senate. We asked local residents to join with us in islation dealing with education-including the bond issue Nnll.a.l. Edlt: H.1 A..I.....

voting for him. for higher education which included over $2 million for ; llffiry H. Htidion Publlahcr
Robert If. Hudson Editor '
Today we once again editorially endorse this fine Brevard Junior College. He sponsored the legislation! William David' O.Dunn.Ly rly Advrtlilnc, Circulation M...Mar. ,) YOURSHERIFF

man and once again, ask local residents to'join with us creating a university in East-Central Florida and the Subscription Rate.ny .
in voting to return him to the Senate, in which he has so GENESYS program
Carder In North Brevard
ably served this first important term. He served as chairman of the Governmental Reorganization I Tr $IMO ( Mo. 8.,110 > S Mo. $200 the laws 111 a
Fair and courteous law enforcement Enforcing .
Brevard County needs Bernard Parrish in the Florida committee and was a member of such other By In; Florida. Enforcement'tmphuli will be placed
Tr HBO( Ma. |'8K) ( Mo. 1200 fair' and courteous m nner.
Senate for another four years. committees as Citrus General Legislation, Public Roads OuUld Florid on QUALITY arrests and not quantity. There will be no borderline
We said four years ago "his outstanding ability is and highways. Yr. I7IW < a Mo. MOO-a Mo. 1360 arrests. criminal or traffic.

shown in his past record of service as a county commis- And his civic work background is left unchallengedin Co-Operation and Co-Ordination with other law enforcement agencies

sioner, a school trustee, a church member and officer, a its magnitude of regard for his fellow man in Brevard Finest and public officials.

soldier in the service of his country, a sportsman and an County.He. Folding wherever poiilble.
Review the budget and reduce expenditures
: active civic worker." has been county United Fund chairman, a director Chair for an economical administration.

. To this we now can add "and his service to Brevard in the Red Cross, county chairman for Boy Scouts and Value
Increase Service to unincorporated Areas proper deploymentof
I County and the State of Florida, for four years in thet a member of the Central Florida Council for Boy Scouts, personnel.

t Florida Senate." county chairman of the county cancer fund.

I We firmly believe that Brevard County has not only He is a devoted family man with a wife and five chil- Req.S.9S. Establish a Sub Station In Merritt Island. r.rr-

i been ably represented by Senator Parrish these past four dren. =..a.ep.cl.1. Establish a Juvenile Division assign deputies skilled In workIng .

{ years but that this growing county can ill afford, at this His service to his church includes terms on all three with Juvenile to combat Juvenile delinquency.

I crucial time, to trade effective leadership for something official boards. $395 Organize a Harbor Patrol Auxiliary with qualified boat owners
/ to be His service to his to "Special Deputies" to provide Increased protection and
yet is
; provn. country unquestioned throughfive All...... "II.._. n-............, serve as
years in the Army, the major portion of this in front hid. .--. ..., assistance on our waterways.
The record stands for itself the work that Senator I-b.. :::'i-.......
line action in North Africa and full time Safety Officer In theSheriff'
f Europe and he is a mem- Promote Highway Safety assign
Parrish and his opponent did in Tallahassee are there for c CHICK: : georgo stuart
ber of the Legion and VFW. WITH Department.
t all to see. It doesn't take long for any person to determine >*wOrtaxfe CH I.14JIDnm
who was the most effective leader. Anyone who questions this record of service to: his r..Ggll...*.MIIIOMK too)"CL AM 1.SJ01-<574 Easy access to see the Sheriff 0. No appointments necessary. I am
t family, his church, his county, state or nation, or to his 113 EAST ROBINSON ORIANDO available for questions now and after the.election.

I Bernard Parrish has served on more education committees fellowman must be able to prove himself as well, be it Titusville Toll Free! A sound cornmon-sense and business like Administration of the
: than other member of the entire his Sheriff's Department.
any Legislature. opponent or any others who may choose to cast
Dial AM
; He was vice-chairman of the committee on public school 7-6859

; and junior college education; a member of the Legislative stones.His service and his record leave the StarAdvocateno ARETIRED LIEUTENANT, FLORIDA HIGHWAY .PATROL: :|i'4i-W2))*

Council Committee on Higher Education; chairman of alternative but to strongly urge his re-election. Bre FORMER CAPTAIN AND CHIEF DEPUTY, PALM BEACH COUNTY I

f the Impact Area Higher Education Committee; a dele vard County has had effective leadership In the Florida If you have rental

: gate to the Southern Regional Education Board; a member Senate the past four years. There is NO REASON why It housing, list it in DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 5TH

: of the appropriations subcommittee for Higher Education should not continue by voting to return Senator Bernard
o ; the only member of the Senate on the Committee Parrifh there for another term. The Star-Advocate! Paid political ad paid by Clyde R. Pirtle Campaign Treasurer
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Friday, April 34, IU4 Tlfuswllb (Florida) Stir.A W.<..f. Pan ) I .. or BILL
Null
In h.r.hy Ir.n shat
PFC Knowles Had .. .. pun.Mani
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t-:: :" Inn la th'. Circuit Court at the
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: Part In Exercise Itrovaril County Florida, I la Chancery )
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rr'J -.1.:- 'It .. t' Clerk will ..ll th. property lluaoil
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"' 'Quick Kick VArmy
BoWI.: IIAHUE.VH; !) Hl'IIDIVlain.N -
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... a t 'r' eo r.. ..r.1 I. flat Hook Hfair .
Ito. Public 1&1. ...II1r.
;-: "": -- :: PFC Bethr! R. Know- : l" .-,drtl I'ounty. Florida.
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Irs, son of Bethel L. Knowles, ... To(.th..r WK.I nil alruiturra. andImprovementu
now 0",1, hernaflerI .
ll Cocoa and other members of the I n 001'1 1..1.. nn.1 'b'llI' attachedIUerrta

: t 82d Airborne Division participated : ., ;and::''l pmdll.ill 1 c.0.rrutna'tn' lnue.and'i proen. to.Uuilml ..

I in Exercise QUICK KICK accrue frnm, 'oil. pn-rnli. all 0'
O' 1a which are ". within thn fore-,
V, and inter-services
training
gala lenrlptiun unit I he' habfailumuntm .
I hereO,. .1... nil .
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maneuver held at Camp Lejeune, gas
J/j- .,e,,. mi.i. .in,', h..OII"I cooklrn.refrlfera .
: .' + N. C.. April 12-13.: 'Inf. ll htl>iK. plumbing,
untllallng Irrljuini. air "800IItlonIn. -

f --- The exercise: utilized Army .. ., lad. .pager|. ntinlmut .,.milram... aid.. appurtvnul.l maebmen..pullan.e. ..

j Navy, Marine Corps and Air .. wh,. h now are nr may hor.-
t GRADUATES John Olcwskl. p.rl.ln 'ia. or ..e ud with
Force unit in combined .
a para In. "is .r ail, \ nlnei. even
: chute /and beachhead assault pro 11? oldest son of !Mr\ and Mrs I though th s ',1..t..h.,1. or d.tach-'
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able at imhlli tie. t" the highestend
John Olewski. 1902 WhisperingHills .
blem. heat bid' 'cr fr iaah at t.im:
1I Rd. of the I clock' N.I..TI on I II h.. INtO day of
top
f Knowles, assigned to Head- was one Miy I'IH4.' ut the F..IM: front door
quart*:rt Company lit Airborne four outstanding: trainees In a I "f the IIr..-,nr.1. ,fiiunly 'Cnurthoun
In Tltllavllle,. Fliirlili,
Bottle Group in t the division' flaws of over 200 who finished (.CHTIH... It lid lINEN:'

ELr1 505th Infantry regularly stationed training recently at Fort Gordon I Clerk V.nf S the Ppnngl.rIh'pnly,..lr..I'' ('"urlnil'

at Fort Bragg, N. C, enteredthe Ga lie has been sent to Seattle, : Clerk
I irnrnr SEA 1.1
in October 1963. He \Vaih.. for further training.
Army .
Apr 21 I t'rl.l I twt\/
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r.- a ,d : '4111 P ltar Jackson: S. C.

The 23.yesr-old soldier is the

READY FOR CAMP Four Titusville girls attended a on of Mrs. Doris D. Powell CHINA SALEVALUES
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recent 4-H District Demonstration at Camp McQuarrieto Titimille.MITICK .

compete with girls from Brevard and six other coun- -- -- --- ---- you can't afford to MISS!

ties for the opportunity of going to the State Demonstrations. : or tORt"l'I.O'' Ht: N uNiiTll'K t:
: l I. hrrrhv .1.... thai th<> Regular: NOWI!
Shown preparing to leave are left, LaVina Han- unilrrilgnnl 'urll. U Iliirnn, "I,rk
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of llnim Court Ill-ovum County Dinner Plate 2.50 1.25
nurn Theresa Deason: Jan Price and Kathleen Mendenhall 4111 )Klnrlil will, on lit. IMh day,.. of Salad Plate . I ICO .90
M.y, 1104.! at H.IMI, / uVluik AM
LaVina will be going to State next week and Kathleen .l in* Front Dour of the IIr.vU.1 Bread & Butter Plate ? ? 1.20:! .60

was selected first alternate.-(Carlson: Photo). C'minly County In Court she city Hou of.., Tliu lirnvinl.\lllnKlorlilu Cup & Saucer 2.SO 1.40

offer for axle l and sell .lliiitillv Fruit Dish . . 1.40 .70
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I but" bidder outcry for la.1.11 th.ttm hlah..t fiilluwliinImrllKMl mil Soup/Cereal . . . . .. 1.93 1.00

I. . ; . . i "yard' County. properly I'lorlil.uluitiril.,. lo-wit In Hi.' Sugar & Creamer Set . 5.73 2.90

Lot 6, Block n, Hi-plnl of II.., Vegetable imall . 325 1.65
= : POSTER WINNERS Parkway's Assist moting Pride's Clean-Up Week The stud. tlon t:. HHKK\VlL l t'AItKU'IIOIVIIIUN Vegetable large .193 2.00

YOU GET MORE BUSINESS ant Principal Glen Archer (center) and ents are Mike Roberts and Larry Cox, |>lut Ihfr.of u, roi-onlfil uiiiii.llint. In Plat tu I Platter . 5.93 :3.00 .
Mrs Edward Decker (right), of the Flor- Ninth graders; and Paula Conrath, eighth Hook H, P.(* II, Hulillu K..-

= When phone is always answered! : ida Greeters Newcomers Club, are shown grade, second from right and Alice Lou. HRTHKK nrui) 01 Hrvnl: WITH 5'lIItnt th.), Florida follow' ,, LIMITED SUPPLY ,

your with Parkwav winners in the Florida don, seventh grade, left. The posters will liif Ili-iitrr pcrxinal, Day *proiiirty Nlghl:I, Water MnillNo HURRY TO
' Greeters N Newcomers Club's Poster Con be on display in various establishments I 4ii 11-4, Rulll-ln oven. mule .j
The winners announced throughout the citv,. (S-A Photo). Mod -1 No 4. 1.6I. lUilll-ln
test. were today ItmiKV. l 1)1.1.., MmM. No. 4l;ll- Martha's
: K4/t e- e and each received $5 for their part in pro- I II Mirkol lAt. tl>> taxi HathVnll. Wmu Until Hoilnril Khaunt .., Gift Shop

TltulvUle Area Cocoa & Cocoa Beach Fan Mrnury. Mo . anal" W.II Kuinaun,. llollry 111 Harrison Street
267.5530 636.70:11.: Model. 1 No 85.l-l: ,
a punuant to the Final Doiriv of Downtown Cocoa Phone NE 6-8532
e'orrelouure emend In a e.... ....",1.
k.a..e.e I.ln( In mold Court the ityl of whl.h

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band and! wife,
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la WirNKMM 27521 my hand, nod Ih. offklal 1
.nl! of std< Court, this Jlrrt day
COLOR of April 114.Curtl .
R. Barn., Clerk of th.
Circuit Court nf KrovarriCounty. BEHRS'

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10 SERVICENow Deputy Clerk I
Th (couRT 1.1Ja..ph )
| 101, FltageraldAttorney '
fur Plaintiff
2W: Hfcurlly Truat llulltUn
available residents ofTITUSVILLE
to f 1 Ld Miami .12. Klorl.la I .
... e .vn' + armi rKanklla I-S073 #> H O E -
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and !
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. M With top technical equipment direct from RCA I. kurrby given that pur. 1
marl to Ih* Final l 5r.rree, of Far.clu.un .'
ti.. OFFICERS INSTALLED New officersof Bruce J. Snycfer second vice-president; ntrd In Ih. cauan pend.tug .
the Gateway Welcome Wagon Club Mts. J. Kostakas, recording secretary; la th. Circuit Court of th.

f were installed recently. during a formal Mrs. Tony Novotny, corresponding seen llrrvaril Ninth Juillvla.1 County,Circuit Florida In, In and('ba for- has the shoes! .
The Two Top T-V Service Organisations Have ceremony at the Chanticleer Inn From tary; Mrs. R. E. Cato, treasurer; Mrs. James c.ry 1(0. 21.MJI., .b.. und.r.lgned' '

Merged To Give YOU Better and Faster Ser left are Mrs. Don Fryslie president; Mrs. Turner Chaplain and Mrs. Art Firtion, Clerk Ml will l County sell she d"property<'rlbml aa alluan.lIn :

vice. Mrs. Harry Eads, first vice-president Mrs. historian.-(Carlson Photo). PANIC Lot 16,oJ'l Hlock I"J'* ,r.cord.d. 'UN WOOl l In And We Can Fit You

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JIM'S INC. I Selllemenl Between Union Railroads Averts StrikePresident I Improvement County Toiolh.r, Florida.with now all snit itructur h..r..Ileg-and on

amid. 'land and tI.lur. attachedlhrrolo
PRICESOn
DIAL 267-2552 NOW! Johnson announced volverl, averts the nationwide and bring about a rebirth of the cada, ,and end profit all rent accruing, lanuva and'pram toaccru LOWEST

INDIAN RIVER CITY RT. SO settlement of (the 5-year-old rail- rail stoppage which was (scheduled spirit of cooperation between from aalil. prrmlxn. all of
Cancellations
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Famous Ni
which are included within th* for* >m Samples
read work rules dispute Wed- to go into effort at 10:01: union and management leaders going ilfacrlptlnn and the bal..". )
dim thereof, alas all mi, ilram .1'
n *ctav In a televised report to a.m. tomorrow.A ---, -- -- .l*'-irln, water, and other haling,
the n-ttjon. BREVARD COUNT MAPS- cooklnj. rtfrlftimllni' llfhtlni. MORE SHOES
spokesman for tie railway Irrlialliif.Ir .
plumbing vnnciutlna
The settlement, which must be brotherhoods said the agreement These maps .include Intricate details : conditioning, itnil power *.n.tem. :
gr. ratified by the five unions in- of shore Until, takes rivers, ., machlnea, appllanoa, flxtum
was acceptable In principle and appurtnanca, which' now era than anywhere else In Ml!' N. Brevard,
rural homes marshy lands, air hffnafur. .
or may prrlaln to or h.u.,1
ratification
the
to
subject procedures I
with In on or abuul aalilprvnilara
beacons section and
of tne labor organisation township raven thoiiih they b. d.
lines, etc:. Are covered by each' Cached or ildarbabl. at piibllo
e He recognized that significant. nit*. I* .and brat blililrr FINE QUALITYWe
municipality Is shown also rail .hlh:1bWIII,1;
Included In the for : o clock" Noon on
gains ore agree roads canals, and government the Ulh day of Mar, 1164, at th.
ment.A!. Kant: front iloor of she llrcvard Guarantee Our Shoe. to Satisfy out
reservations; along with focal County 'ourlhou. .In Tlluavllln,

1O thief management spokesman maps for greater Mall. Set hi i ( Plorlila Cl'RTII H nAltMKrt .
:: 3O WASHINGTON AVE TITUSVILtE
tti Clerk of lha Circuit Court S. ,
41 S'tece. said the settlement promises the two sections) mailed any .
IJy V. II Y1unglerDeputy
to restore the morale of ';'GOOOOempllJ'ees where for $1.10. Order rrom ('Irrk "WE CAM FIT ANY IiUMAV"; f J.REELECT'f'l..,
ICOI'HT HUAM .
the level Star-Advocate.
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New HonoredNewer MembersAre round town i





Nnog And Nofcg ,/ members of the First Phone 267.3994 with barb ara carton

: ; tt, of North Brivard Presbyterian: Church here were

honored at a reception at the Pride Inc 's Paint N' Polish" Oneta is president/ of the XI Delta evening. Lynn Is the daughter if

assembly room of the church week has kept many folks In Rlu chapter of Beta Sigma and Ray and Louise Daugherty, uoLakeview

last night. oar area busy this past week, No. Brevard chairman for the .

A brief program of entertain. cleaning up their yard, plantingnew Cancer Crusade And, in her I
merit and music was enjoyed, time she Is painting her
trees and shrubs and painting spare r
"MissRosal ; conducted by Herman Ricdiger house lovely white with coral Enjoyed chatting with Nan
: their houses with bright new a
Howe Becomes Mrs Peggy/: Lantz, choir director, colors trim (Mrs. Curtis) Wilson yesterday
I
about the play she is
I was heard In two piano !solos, a Even Fire Chief Jim Brown for the Miniature First directing
Ni&htcrt
-j duet was sung by Mrs John D. has been wrilding brush aroundhis
Bride Of Lee Roy Starrick Threlkeld and Mrs Cecil Came. place lately in a his spare time. Speaking of the Cancer Cru first production of the season,

_
sade, Oneta tells us the figures three one act ghost comedie
Mrs James Putchard
ron
sanga Of course, he's had lots of help
.
Jl will set an all time high this Nan, vivacious vice chairman IIf f
Mia Rosalie Howe! daughter a dowered blue nylon dress anda soprano solo, and Mr. Ricdiger from his lovely wife, Marguerite,
Amount collected to date Is the MFN board of directors
of Mr. and Mrs, Alton R. Howe, white carnation corsage favored the group with two and their children, Gretchen and year. is
JJ.35833: as compared to $1,400 working with a group of teenagcrs -
3349 Delaware Avenue, becamethe A reception was held at Hen baritone sines with Mrs. Lantzas Tommy. The Browns are paint. in comical
in The
last year and $2.100 1961. a play about
bride of Lee Roy Starrick, l lr ls accompaniest Ing their home turquoise with a
nesacv Hall following the ceremony five local chapters of Beta Sigma! two ghosts who use their supernatural -
A committee, with Mrs S. T. white trim and Jim has added
son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl! D Star
The wedding cake, Phi Sorority took charge of the powers to catch a would!
rick, 126 Old Smoky Lane, Ina Beddmgficld as chairman, ser his own special decorative touch
trimmed with white mums at crusade this year and rounded be killer and cause numerous
7:00: p.m. ceremony Saturday, ved punch coffee, sandwiches with the all white utility rooms. humorous situations
the bottom two matching punchbowls up over 400 volunteer marchersto throughout/:
18, at the First Methodist cake and nuts One door is red and one is green. .
April the The
nuts and mints occupied canvass the area It's certainly (lay play, "Old Ghosts
Church of Titusville with the the: table Covered: with white each trimmed with a large white proving to be a success. Con At Home' is one of the three

Rev E W. Norman officiating lace over blue cloth ut which LL Auxiliary Meets Rooster. gratulation girls 1 1Titusvllle that will be seen next Friday and

Two altar bouquets and two Mrs. W. G. SUrnck. sister.in. With Mrs AkerA Marguerite has been quite busyin batirtJay at 8 p.m. in the Rid|

pedestal baskets of white glad! law of the groom, presided. Miss the yard too, planting several Barn at Florida Wonderland.

oil, white pom pOOl mums and Pam Siaipe and Miss Lmdi meeting of the Tittmille Hibiscus bushes She is a mem Chapter of Legal Sec
calla \lilies Honked. the altar ber of the Hibiscus Garden Circle rotaries was represented at the
the Little
Oswald served punch to league Auxiliary
was sixth annual state convention of Talented Jimmie Strakbein,
which was adorned with a guests, MM Edward Robinson held at the home of Mrs. Laura .
the Florida Association of .
Legal son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Slrakbcm
event: candelabra and two was in charge of the btidc's Aker with 23 members present A'l' the Garden Circles are Secretaries by Mrs. Alyce Sim
k. : of Cardinal Court will
smaller/ candlvabra Pew mal ir. tap
book President
Peggy Campbell reported and Mrs. Knox Cooncr last
try>> were of white satin Out the concession stand working! along with Pride, inc week mons.end. dance tomorrow afternoon at t
Following a wedding trip to on this general clean-up, pro- p.m. on the popular TV variety
T..r biide, given in marriage! the florlda beaches, the young I it expected to be enlarged by gram, with the members telephoning The convention was held in how, Talk and Talent. Jim

by her father wore a bodice of cnup'u' will reside in Myrtle the first game May 1st. and railing on their St Petersburg nne was on the show a few

white chantilly lace with Queen Brach S. C. after May 4, where Telephone committee was picked .- friends and neighbors to urge Mrs. Conner is governor pro weeks ago and has been invitedto

Anne collar billowing skirt of the groom' Is now nerving in the for each team with contession them to "paint 'n polish". The tern and Mrs. Simmons was a return to perform two or three

white satin with lace insert: lu U. S. Air force stand chairman, Wanda Ixorla Circle recently arrangedto delegate. The latter is chairmanof more times. lie is a student if

front liver) panel and a de. They both attend TU J as villa Everrrwn, in charge have the old construction of the association state project the Earnest School of Dance.

tachable train of white chantilly High School Discussed at length were flee at the entrance to South -eyes for the needy

lace with alternate rows of ruffle ; "plans for money.making pro. Lake removed to make room for .. ... .. ... US
.
lace and net Her fingertipveil i.e. jects und a motion was made to an entrance garden Mrs Charles .. ..

was of white silk illusion at. Mrs Condes HonoredAt .' ,..rr. pinmoto a booster club with! Maney, chairman of the clr- Mrs. Jeanne Hunt, daughter of ATKt4ii

tached to a crown of pearls. WC ConventionAt '. little league stickers to be given tie, tells us there is a good Mrs. Laurel Roberts and the !t krd J ;kl k4x f
late Verne Roberts, former resIdents -
for donations. Doris
Funkhouscr cleanup campaign going on out '. R
She curried a prayer book '- --Q. here, will be the .,
-- among .
the sixty n.niii annual con. ;(' was placed in charge of the project in South Lake "There is much .
with three while orchids with .
graduating class of 1964 at St .
streamers of ribbon trimmed vention of the Florida redrr e e more rubbish out by the road Petersburg College Ceremonieswill . .. N
Mr and Mrs. lee Roy Starrick It side now and several houses are '. ..
was decided all mothers
by
with bows and lily of the valley ation of Women's Clubs, Mrs. be held May 7. Mrs Hunt
to either getting a new coat of paintor
Mrs Richard Cherry matronof J. J. Condes, president of the prepare and sell tiotdogs at newly trim" will\ be going into RN wcik THE DORIS LAMP SHOP

honor, wore a Peacock blue VrOman's Club of Titusville, re -, ..... all\ games. painted She is the niece of Mrs. Edna Lamp Stylist''

satin dross with matching lace FutchStoweVows Coffee amt! doughnuts wer New trees and plants are pop. Roberts of Titusville. IMPORTS
celved a ceitiflcate of merit for \i
jacket: and a short veil of peacock served to the following mem ping up through-out the area anda DECORATOR f

blue attached to a white flower her participation In the state bets; Joni! Moore, Wanda Ever. large number of women took CUSTOM 1I1

crown. She carried a bouquet ESO reading project. Said 'to'R man, Shlrlsy Mixson, Pat Eny advantage of the big plant sale Lovely young teenager, Lynn Over 500 to
art, Jean yesterday at Blanton Park. We Daugherty, was the hostess for
of blue and white carnations Mrs W D. Bruncr, a member Bobbins Gwen Eggers, choose from
Peggy hear this sale was such a huge about 30 of her friends at a big ,
Campbell, Laura Aker,
with white streamers of the local club was present. Miss Marjorie Nina Futch, All Sizes!
:: Mary success the first truck load ot cookout last Saturday to cclebratc
Storey
William G. Starrick brother ed of merit in # C Kathryn Rigell .
certificate
a recog daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Cur _, .I.i plants were sold almost before her 15th birthday The All Shapes!
cf the groom served as best man. nition for oustanding achieve. ... Mary Conkling June Fisher -
W.:...
tis N. Futch of Scottsmoor became Bette Barnes, Pauline they could be unloaded. youngsters cooked their own hot CeloralTHE
Bridesmaids Sherry O Mara, ment, Cutright
i Another pair of 'do.it-yourself' dogs (the first batch was raw DORIS LAMP SHOP
Libby Oswald and Sandy Martin the bride of Jerry Roger : -1 Jeanne Geisler, Doris Funk I
Mrs. Bruner as District 6 Sen ., houser Murial house painters are Mr and Mrs and the second batch burned) and l'I"UlP l'N. iiie.s.w.t.n: I
Mrs Florence ; McConn Mickie .
wore dresses identical to that Stowe, son of 1'1. t \/1.\1/ l"tlKT tilt.f.: t;. a 5,5.
lor Director, 196264 organizedthe I Dale Kelly of Elder Lane Dale is enjoyed dancing the rest of the
of the matron of honor but In Stowe of Auburn Ga., in a ceremony ." .' Mandirs Nettie Spivey, Connie
science -- -- ----
number of clubs in the a teacher at Titusville
baby blue satin with baby blue top Saturday, April 18, at ; I Arnold, Ozella Garrett, Jane
lace jackets They carried but. state on a district basis. The Toccoa, Ga, with Rev Freeman to JanarU, and Betty Abbott High School and will probably ELECT
new clubs brought Into the Fed. spend the summer studying again r- ---- t
Next W. S.UPappY I
meeting will be held AustinCo.
tern)" bouquets of baby blue and eration are Cocoa Beach Sate! Anderson officiating this year.
May 13 at the home of Mrs.
white carnations with whitestreamers.
lite Beach: and West Melbourne Attendants of the couple weiehis Aker The Whispering Oaks Garden
120 Echo Circle Commissioner Dist. 1
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mother, Mr. Florence Stowe Circle has been working ou,. ja .* "
Janice Brewer served 4 ", DEMOCRAT
as their area on several different-
Pink Schedule and brotler, Sam 'Stowe.
flower girl She wore a baby Lady Chrysler Wives projects, including the beautrflration .- Experienced Qualified

blue satin dress with scalloped Pink Lady Schedule at Jess A reception was held following Mrs. Jerry Roger Stow' Elect OfficersThe of the tennis courts and 't Dependable

Collar of baby lace with a large Parrish Memorial Hospital, week the ceremony at the home of getting other women interestedin ':v t Brevard County Need A Full Tim

bow in back. She carried a of Apiil *6 through May 2, !is as the bridegroom's: mother In Au. IRC Club Card Chrysler Wives met Wed. gardening and joining!: their County Commissioner!
blue and white lace basket of burn, Ga. The couple will organisation&:
follows: young SuccessIndian nesday, April IS, at the Atlantic I '
Party Big -W S. -"P pp'AUSTIN XPol. |
white rose petals. reside in AubUln.Scottsmoor Room Patrick Officers Club One cf the busiest painters we

Ring bearer was Jimmy Os. April 20 Sunday morning Mrs. Marshall Orr know Is Oneta (Mrs. J. B.) Leut )
president ( Adv Pd. by Camp. Tress)
wald and ushers were Richard {: 1 1.. Rash, afternoon: M. H.D. River City Wumans conducted the meeting at which .wyler of North Smith: Drive I II II II

Cherry. Tlnk Steele and Taffy DoenlT; J. Skinner N. Shields; Club ended. their fund raisinglast new officers for the coming year I

Threlkeld evening: II Conner M N Club Raising Funds Wednesday night with a were elected as follows:

Mrs. Dale Custer soloist Cason very successful "Dessert Card .
was For Fire HallThe Mrs Rom McDonald, president

'lth.Mr.. 11. E Peele at the organ Party". The dessert was beautifully ) Mrs. AI Notary, vice president 6
Monday morning: L. Jones ladies of the Scottsmooi arranged with floral arrangements ; Mrs John Martin, secretary .l

L Willis; afternoon: J. Ryan G. Club have in all hues of spring and Mis '
Demonstration
For her daughter's wedding, Home Henry Loehr
Williams' ; evening: J Phelps R and all the flowers in blossom in
Mrs. Howe chose a dress of started a fund raising drive for treasurer
Williams, C Williams M. Willis many gardens now. Brightly decorated
apilcot1ace ovef satin with a F. a File (Hall Ladies of the duo; boxes contained the Many artistic flower ariangemonts tit
Tuesday : YoungL
morning
novelty yota and semi full skirt I'('Id a bake sale and white elc were given as door prizes.
Pi'ttlt, f Tuten; afternoon: names of many hopeful winner
with white:'accessories Her cur t hdnt sale tp raise funds fur the The installation banquet will ,
M Kraus, r Thompson even Also the homemade dessertswere
; be held
sage wai of white carnations. Saturday May 16, at
Ing: D Curtis C Waterrcbe, U. piojert most attractive as well as 1'ntriik Officers ,
the bridegrooms: mother wore Club with cocktails
vV Willis Mrs. Edward Rot: president delicious from 8:30 to 7:30: p.m. and \ith11J

Card Of ThanksI Wednesday morning: F. end Mrs. Robert Allen presenteda Mrs. John Greene was tile dancing at !) 00 to the music of I
cheek of $(liO to Jim Allen the Kinsmen ,
Damforth, L. Eftrada; afternoon: winner of the piece set of

wish ti)' express my sincere V. Gass, L. Browning. ; evening!>!: Crew Chief of the Se-otbmoor:: matched American Tourister! Chrysler Wives members and? t IS

thanks to, pride Inc., of North E. Chcnidom: T. howard, J. Wilson branch: which is under the supfivMin luggage\ which was the special jjiiests: are invited\ Reservation I :

Brevard, to.the chairman of tha P. Wilson of the Minis Volunteer prize offeiel I Many door prizes I must be made by May 13.
Fne Dcpailment' to start the
"Miss Pride" pageant. to Mrs. were al,o iwjr vdfS .
Invitedme Th'irsdiy morning: S. fund. A fire truck Is available
Oeo"e Partdow, who
I'urkctt!, 1Short, S. Oroskl; It a hill! is constructed -- -
to b and
'coene a contestant
afternoon: Z. Cutter J. Roberta, 1-
certainly a blg "thank you" to For years thin project wat
J. Tolls, evening: A. Webster
my sponsor The Coffee Shop discussed then droipid' It is
J GOl'lJn.
I feel very fortunate to hays loped, v.itli the ai-l' of the Minis !

been chosen lat runner.up ai Friday morning: V Shuler Dept. and Ine community back.

the girls were all lovely and 1.I Oesterreicher; afternoon: M. mg the project) will be realized. V

talented. Since the content I Salter. W Whalen; evening: J. .
have been overwhelmed. by tin SiotMmuor }ranch Volunteers
Hushes, J. Moore, L. Hinds
many phone' 'rails and personal ore Jim Allen, Calvin }

afternoon J. Giles, Roy Smith, Fred Carver
contacts encouraging me to continue Saturday : Ir i Pair

my chosen talent of piano Skinn, N. Shields, evening; Kenneth Weheint, and George

and thing voice that. It inspires is just young this kindof people C Young, L. Rash C. Munro. Sanders ,i PROBLEM l m4 1 1ti


and proves that one never PROUD GRANDPARENTS CHICAGO BOUND PERSfWOHv

walks alone ,
Mr and Mrs. Clifford HFrUzcll. T. E. Fike, Jr., employee of ReElectED
Sincerely SOLVED awe'sfor
Rosalynn Cantrell Sr., 1120 Johnson St.. Pan American World Airways, ( those whe p.rlpl heavilyA ':.A
are the proud grandparents of a is I"'living tomorrow by Delta ,* 4

bouncing baby boy born to jet for a weekend) in Chicago and I MASON) tit

ru Barbara and Robert Frizzell of and tn visit friends at Downers '

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COMMISSION really work) Solves under
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w ELECT had despaired of effective help {*
law Gradual and FormerSpecial Mitehum Anti-Persplrant

Aisitlanl, laU I keeps underarm absolutely

; Colonia i/2 : S. Attorney dry user for Positive thousand action of grateful coupled "k.r: SUNDAY

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Pregretilv" Public Service" by new type of
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III mare fr.dom, In Interior' : try Mitchum Antl.Per.
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parliamentarian, willcondut't TO ION A I.A\\.IfS I.I 1.1.VWHITK L. r
Law lid? Mavillffe ru.. \
'(By Mrs Gladys McLtnden a Parliamentary Clatlnnall JO, Ohio i(1u( GNtllfl ,nna r
) Mrt Michael Tier, Mrs. Gene penter Road They procured: Workshop Saturday, April 25. You are hereby noiiflml, thai, >n ( Q

o AM 7-124J Moore Mrs. J. K. Stevenson, ,various camping skills such ai. In the auditorium at Titusville Complaint flied iguliiM. fur you l>,lvnr and.'. you ha..are been required

The Deborah Sunday School Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Lloyd setting up camp, reading their High School, beginning at 930 to Iron a copy of your .An Nationally WHILE
awrr or Plrmllrg to the Compl..11I1on ii:
Class of the First Rackley, Mrs. J. O. Sharpe, and compass and trail signs Their th 0 Pl.lntlftsuitors.p, A J
Church
Baptist
Freda Perry, a visitor. Den Leader, Robert Redgate was I.m.All and of the HOSKMANN: JR. P. O. Bin TJS. GIANT
men women
of Minna met at the home of Merrill Inland, KlorliU and file Ihi Advertised
their teacher. assisted by Bill Kimble, Cub county are invited to attend. & original An.wor or l'le..dln. In the
Mrs. Roselle San. offlr. of thr Clerk o( the CInulinurt ,
Young W.m.ns Master and Odell Kaiser Sr. as. small fee will be charged. t (' STOCKS
I didge, of Mims, Tuesday. Mrs. on nr before I he Nth day
Auxiliary Meats listing: Father. of May. 11164 If you all. to da an
"j 1 Richard Bare opened the meet. IlIdmenl by d..r.ull will 1M lI.ho" 2 1
." Ing with prayer. The group The 'Young Women's Auxiliaryof Later In the day before returning Wisconsin on Wednesday. JJt t In...In.1 you for the. relief demanded FOR LAST!
the First baptist Church Of home the boys enjoyed a the complaint.DONb
'41 ate before the business meet. wai a pleasant' supiise since we : AM f'UDHlr.O; :\ ., Tltua,
ing as this was an out-door cook Mi mi, held their weekly meeting wiener roast. Boy Scouts Jack had not seen each other the plat vllle. tlorlda, (hi. 23 day of Apill.

out of hamburgers potatoes and Wednesday Carolyn Tinker Foircster, Martin O'Neal! and 20 years. It was hard trying 1964. Turtle K Harno. Clerk,
president opened the meet Earl Cockerham: and Robert Circuit, Court. Urevaril, lf!I
other delicious food. A short to catch up on all past happenings Cnunly, Flnrld I
"" buJntss: session followed. The ing and a song, "0 Zion Haste" Walker a visitor enjoyed the In so short a visit, but real By llcrtle HallPrnuly I \ .. a

,.. group discussed the clothing! was sang by the group. Each!:. day with the WEBLOs. They, fun trying. My husband, Cyril troi'RT M ;ALI Clark if r f 1- ( i NOT inn om urn tf rr urn
,r" '' and girl participated in reading the were Gene Dull, Odell Kaiser enjoyed' meeting the visitors Apr. 24. May. I. 5, 15 ( 'rll I:K.4\
gift sent to the little girl P
,. at the Baptist Children's Home dedication for the week. Jr., Roger Dooley Charles Fr>'e, since he had heard me speak 'if ----- -- iI tartta
"., '. at Lakeland, whkh the class Ths past weekend the gills Terry Price, Danny Kimble, them so often ; Ml IK kNOT1CK : FF "lii'N"mIt22: 10< IV
and ''lieir. leader, Mrs. Emory Steven Bridges, Kenny Poole. 1t OF SUIT.' Til &1.10U ,
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sponsors. NKIXJN: ..
reeideno iniku ROLL ONDEODORANT
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' ':' Jones attended a 'Y.W.A. convention Eddy O'Neal, Eugene Guiles. Surprise Shower I You are bori-hy untlfleil. Him a mill BANEa.9gee
?, Games were played and the ho been flied afalnnl. von In the *H.
in DoLand. Meetingswere The Progressive Class of the t rcult tnurt of 14 Th.
rover Count TUMStaNa
9 door prize was won by Mrs. Car held and different mission Entertains Club Mims Methodist\ Church held I'lorida. The. name nf Ih,. knllwnn"tur.1 7 Limit 98 L?HI 2 for 12 1 ,
ilifonriunt l I. Mart' (J Niln L i C .
nter. Prizes
pl for the games aries spoke on the theme of Mrs. Robert Redgate was its regular meeting and a .1': The .naiurp "f the. mill Ir r.. ,
were "Love In Action". hostess to her Bunco Club a dlvnne The name or the i'ouri: .. ,. 24ce
won by Charles Thompson Those who surprise baby shower for Mrs. In which old lull !I. limiting, ,It Ih, < Squibb
,. and Mrs. Milliard Dare. attended were Linda Jones, which meets once a month. John Nolt at the home of Mrs. (or rciilt Florida Court In Ninth Judicial. Circuit SWEETA E 22 69

"I Prayer was requested for sever Carolyn Tucker Martha Higgin- First prize was won by Mrs. Wil Tom Price in Spruce Hills. Florida. ,and and, for the Hrrvardnunty Ibb,. LImit for

, ., al families and before closing botliam, Jo Creel, and Mrs. liam Laflante, second prize by vlaled title, In I the cane I. Hum
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Mr E Keefe co-hostess. Notion
was Plaintiff va Mart O I |
the melting each one prayed Jones. The meeting was adjourned Mrs. Leo Shimshock and the low N..I."n..r.nd"nl.. bplni Chantery' # [ .E
Those after prize: was won by the hostess. Mis. John Nolt is the former Me- No 2(1(ITS. You are hcri-b required JLt CHICKtS1i279ieH I r:?: !
""J, enjoying the meeting discussing a skitto linda Kelsler. She received to flit your a..wer with the Clerk [J] S ,
with hostess Rosella Sandidgewere be: presented in May. Orange cream surprise pie, C f aald Court and to KITVC .. iopt! [}]
nice Refreshmentsof
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many gifts. thereof on John Mlnnl of Ih flan
Mrs. Maurice Green, Mrs. brownies and coffee were served cake-, nuts and ice cream of Hhppard. Hhrpard Minus'. [I' O EVEREADY #
Dare, Mrs R. A Watson, Mrs. WEBLO's Go On Field to Mrs Roger Row en, Drawer 612. Coroa, Florlilii, at t DBRYLCREEM t
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Trip floats were served to: Mrs. W. tnrney for Plaintiff no lau>i than. "BDePr :t922 l9egg.
'Mack W. Lucas, Mrs Marvin Last Saturday the WEBLO's Mrs. Stanley Payne, Mrs. William S. Austin Mrs Mary Edwin, dnirea May .1, 11W4 If you fall to dn\( a i. a BATTERIESBC for
pro confeiao will l h.
Sliealy, Mrs. Carpenter, MrsJJoyd pack 360 of the Cub Scouts tooka Lal liinte, Mrs. Leo Shim- Mm. Brcnton Keisler, Mrs. John acalnnt, entered 2lnl,' far
Hardec, Mrs shock, Mrs. Richard Lasure, day of lprr.u'19f. :, t7-\"m'l4\ K : 2gc 2 loc *. lathes' 20't.
; Edwin Tier hike to Indian Mound on Car I Taylor, 'Mrs. L. L. Cantrell, "'ra. IIAKNUtt, Clint. of Ihi I'll",,, Mil ; It
Mrs. Charles Tuck and Mrs. Es2DaPra 1 1.9
Salvatore Collurc. John Schneider, Mrs Bruce! (lei'nun RI.'I'IT hv It ftll'Hr rtliIf nil,UKAI.I IV: |im i''l.I., YEAST & IRON fr

Price Mrs. Courtney Porter, Apr. S4. May. I. S. 15 IFrl1( > I'M' ,! I

; RECONDITIONED Mrs.! JOlian Kaiser, Mrs. Bonnie 1' Muhlpla. VH.iwin. 100'
Celebrates 9th BirthdayMrs. 1PIIII4IllSIIre11tIiIii I ,
Van Wagoner, Mrs Leonard ::0. f'\ fit Jt III! I \t. II Ntt II lilt IS ORBIT Reg.2 for 299'
Charles Shimer assistedby Gaetano, and Mrs. Grover t:. .\ Ml KIK. IIKrt\lll KIIMt 1 2.99
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0A Mrs. Vance Nelson, was Wright. Il (IOHIII1.IN I4'11.5541,11l.

3 Spark Plugs hostess! for her daughter, Donna, KARL: MORMAN and H1IIHI Kuril ,loll ee..rnea.JawrO1 DaPrae) Olatment Tvka .
as she celebrated her 9th birthday \ 'flip,, Ius KT or HtKIHII. IIlU MAN, his w..c.. p,2 43
MIK HHB>.tHI> lOlMt, 1'.hII", ZINC OXIDE ? for
Thursday afternoon at her t '.01111". y".
- CHAMPION A. C. AUTOLITE BOSCH I..INn. etlUOODYKAK IIAHLKM! I'. ni<*;.KN: and HIAN
home. The children had a : TIHH: AND IUTHBKH: LbH L .UltbK.V: hit wlfi. DPhM ...clcl Llqul.
lovely time playing and COMPANY in Ohio. corporation.authorised it.i-nilniiu AQ
| Unconditionally Guaranteed! I f games tu. do buelneae In If'lurIda (KHk'M; ( :Mini: ur a \I t. Pi.'Re9.2 !
nelpmg Donna unwrap her NotUe la hereby Ivvn that undo. orALKALADE 'for .
gifts. Prizes won for the 1'1..1. still a decree of tori'cionute and! i.aleentered Ra 9. 255 ) }
games ,
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played were won by Susan Holl- SCOTT STKVKN8: tourt of the Nlnlh Juillilal. Circuit, P99. of 6 I AINu' 1 L DC Nvne Ireed Mouth Weih Pint rASTRINGENT -
an Individual In and for Krevanl, .
8 DAY County Fiorlda *
NOW mann and Cynthia Coble. Refreshments n..I"nd..alo.OTU' on the iJ: nay ul April, I'M. In a Vl: 2" 69of
of ice cream, cake : \k.!: 4.t'> MI. II curtain clone hi'I ween KARL; (l ,
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29 IOB HM'lttlN;\ MAN and KITH C.oltMAN. hit :
ONLY and punch was served the TO: >COTT trrh.vH.Nti wife ,
to plaintiff Aid.KM: K
SPECIAL! Whom renlilvnce 'tr unknown I HHKKh: and ancIU I. of Pro TckTOOTHBRUSH ... ,. Tabled 100'
following children: Patricia and or
YOU AUK' HEKEBT NIJTU'Ia.O IIRKhiN. bla wife. defon.lnt.lii hemp
.. Diana Nelson, Linda and Susan that a Complaint for Heplevln. baa Chancery No. 374OT. I will sell .| A.P.C. TABLETS R..2 forD 89
Ea. been lied aialnat you for the p..... publlu auction: to the hlRheal and
Hollmann Linda Creel, Cynthia .e.'lon or certain. ebetlie. .. 10-.11: beat bidder for cash, at the fiont I
GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY, MAY 2 One. B4I3( a a.E. RofI..ratorand door of the Courthouia In Tiluavliln
Cubic, Lee Ann
Draa, Judy you U. required. to serve a llrevard County Klnrlda' at I he Rtg. 69e VII+e PPM S firaln lOO'i fASPIRIN \
Jobe, Enid Wright and her COPY: o. your An..r 0' other pirad.In.a .. hour of 12:00: clock Noon on Mon I Vl2' 5 '
MORLEY'S brother Ricky Shimer. Attorney to. the JOHN Complaint W. gCKVOflU on Plaintiff. JR., following d.ytho. IS described day of. May property. 1MI. the 14- 2F.r69cDUCO 1 I :; 'for

P. O BOX 1768, TITU8VILLE, Iletln. at the Northeant corner of
WESTERN AUTO FLORIDA. and file the original Lot 8, Illock I. KKKl'llDI' VISION Lm.a
STORE Personals Anewer. or other. Plradinga In she or RIVKRVIbW: !: Tltuavllle -
office of the Clerk or the Court of Florida. for point of be. 'ffiHRcrif.R7 9c2 39
f I Miss Linda Oswald, student Record for Urevanl! County Florida. Inning, 0 the extenilon R7 for
Corner Bread & Washington Downtown TituivilU at Columbia College in Columbia In Mi office In Tit u.vlll., Florida, Ofolh : ::1Ino"nn lot line I 0 I
Open All Day Wednesday 'Til on or before the 27tb day of May between loll 4 and 6 nf old nub
Friday 8 P. M.
S. C., spent her Spring vacation 1M4. If you fall I lo da no. 'luilimral dlYllllon 1:1: II lee then,. Wool ,,,. DtPrea Via lortl WI. *
by default will be taken. aaalirHT: 76 tart, them'* ho'ulh ftjBl fee. ? IQ a ;
with her parents Mr. and you for the r.II' demanded la-th. Hence. Enl IB feet to the pointof fy,2 '
Mrs. James Oswald, sister Complaint. beginning. BEEF & IRON for.'
I I IrONy:: and OftDBRRD, at 711... (COURT HEAL) ...
For Your Freezer Needs Try Libby, and brother Jimmy, of vllle, Florida, thla JJrd day of CURTIS It. IIAIt.Nr.'M: Cluk' .
April' 1164 Circuit Coillt, .v.__ 11 a aisle e
GENUINE Dixie Village, last week. WILLIAM WBBII, c'I.| KRh: :: By V H. Hpanglor, pr*,, Ia1.M
HORMELNEBRASKA L OF- COURT or ItbCUHD, James C. Rnhlnunn, or the firm nfIILKtt .2 490t
L HKEVAR1) COUNTY, ( \ : ,. H KI>IU'K It KOUINNON HOUSEHOLD CCMEUT 6YLCERIH 1 E I 4c:9I 9: for
Mrs. Charles Hudlck, 28 year- PLOniDA. 1 I'* .:..t Church MtreotOrlando
By Mae. T. NeadK'OUKT .. I [3MAGNESIA
BEEFTHIS old mother of two, passed away : HUAL FlnrlilnAllorxeya Rey. 395 2 "' 39e
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for Plaintiff D.Pn Milk W
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April 16 at the North Side llos Apr 14 May 1. I, IS -- -- - 1
WEEK ONLY! petal in 'Youngstown, Ohio. Mrs. 'R459c2: for 59.

?4Y4p' sat b Eefdad s4ia ,
Uudak suffered a severe heart 7itwa raa9

SIDES S3c lb. stuck Iter father In.law Oa' V /O/aln-lOOO'l Tablet
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Hudick of Mime, sincerely uppredates 2jo-10 1
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HINDQUARTERS 63c lb. all expressions olsmypatliy t ,

and said "it Is
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Beef Raised Corn F.d.nd Killed In Nebraska + Ce"'ree ...... el 20'|
Strictly ouerenleid to have good friends. Our s
Check (lie Cede. All cut, 2 119'
Wrapped and Pre
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sympathy to Joe and bis family SLEEPING T'K.1.19 J fa.

FREE DELIVERY and Ills son, Charles, husbandof n

the lale Mrs. Charles Hudick, DaPre' Pint leMle V fALCOHOL \

ATLANTIC FOOD SERVICE 'Your Jewelry Deph Specials CELLO TAPE L L &; 2 f ''

reporter was surprised Reg. 29c % hi
*70Sth Street Ecu GalHa, Fl. by a licit I from friends Mr and APRIL SHOWER if DIAMONDS 1000' roll L' *"* a 19C '
Call Collect AL 4-7154 U
Mrs. Joe Schmidt, of Sturtevant,
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Frldsv April 24, 'W4 Tltuivlll (Florida) Its r .Ad"ecl" Page Starboard (right) head on down Tar, li adjacent to the marina

the ktrcam until you com to and all of the fine hotel' facilities Terriers 'Error'Game
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first the! Buccaneer Lodge on are at your disposal, includingthe r

Adventure your Port, second, Sailfish Center free cocktail party given '

also on your Port Wednesday evenings. To Indians
IlrkW t tB Both marinas are excellent You'll\ probably wish to spendat

overnight havens, both having least several days enjoyingthe Tommy Ed
pool and restaurant facilities and atmosphere and bear In mind best game of the year last night,' ."
Capt. David A. Allan offering excellent off" be out of the USA.
( an "jump you have to Vacation cruise! If you have point for West End at Grand; for 48 hours to enjoy custom free walks, however. his teammate!
two weeks or more this summer Bahama 1 Island. You'll .00 worth each
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prohahly buying ($100 per made too many errors( and 'lost to-
.and' wish to take "momma" and arrive well/ before and *
noon )
you son Von Beach, 5.3, eliminating the
Little League the family on a cruise In the may as well enjoy yourself with Fishing/ /( offshore, Is good all Tltusville I hUh School: Terriers--

Bahamas here i Is an Itinerary' facilities ashore for the rest t of around' the urea There Is a fine from the 'District 7 rmebaljL.triurnamrnt .

('that you might wish to follow: the day The time. will also'' swimming beach also, as well at *\.-
n Your boat Is "packed", food "np- allow you to check with the The three!!
1II1IJl a fishing pier.. The water" ii game was held' up ;
ply aboard, all equipment t In or Coast Guard marina hours dup ..
operatorsand to
crystal' clear and "free diving"proves lighting difficult
i Kicks Off Sale dcr Time is 08:30 ((8:30 a.m. ).
In Vero IWI\'h. .
weather news on conditions!l 'lots of fun1Unfortunately + -
Your motor is
/ now warmed up( for the next day you'll have to, Titusville got seven hits and *
and It Is time for
departure from You are located" but a hop, skip think of returning and this will Kdwardi. gave lip only' three but
Tituivllle\ Little League's an Board of Directors President Titusville. and Jump from the 'Inlet Perhaps he the toughest part of your the Terriers made' 10 errorsj! -

12. nual fund raising "candy sale"" Jay Campbell said in order to Maintaining a cruising speed" you'd like to take a quick cruise>> leaving) which allowed Vero to score alt

was kicked off today when City keep the newly sanctioned charter of not less t than 11 knots ltd( ( run over to It and have a look Anyway Departing time five of their run unearned .;; "

Manager Cleveland Talmadge for the Senior Division, they mph) you head! her down the sort of "site it up". 'Its not a should be some morning near Scoring for Titusville were .

1'tmnte and Mayor Ed Kittles reservedthe must abide bv the rules and:! waterway, arriving In the Vero dangerous Inlet under normal 06:00-07:00. You have to allow' Gene Melvin, Tim Barrowmah""
IBflat Beach
h Basta tt.ds area near 13:30: hours
first two boxes of candy, move the backstop, which was 30 conditions and If the weather for drift again and chart a return and Dan Bingham.Melbourne -
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Personalities among coaches at Titusville High School which will officially go on sale originally constructed for softball : pm forecast seems reasonable! course, Don't make the mistake heat Cocoa In t thtf.!

is about to reach a peak. Saturday morning. instead of baseball. The Another three quarters: of an there's no reason why you can't of trying to merely' reverse! Cam prior to the Titusvil -

Spring: football practice begins in two weeks and none Both city officials expressedtheir children's. playground will be a hour Pierce.or so will\ put you at Ft depart near OR,00 or 07:00 the the course you came over on, bourne Vt'rn Reach elash. The Melt,
Cocoa tilt, scheduled f f*
of to the baseball following morning This' departure You might wind up near Stuart )
the coaches will breathe a word about what they plan fenced area near
wishes for the success cf) Take Port turn loft the ( p.m, didn start until 9
a ( at
do and how they will do it, once they have it panned[ headquarters with toys and ) lime will put you In West providing your gas would hold p.nw
the candy sale which Is the most junction of the Inland Waterway and! the Terrier-Vero Real. Et
End and miss that ,
near noon you'll long
Nevertheless and and facilities for recreation which
they're busy with pencil paper, screwdrivers impol tant fund-raising drive of and the Ft. Pierce 'Inlet und head the afternoon hreere which game sot: underway at 11 p,.nt.
usually -
will Le lined who t'pon reentering the Inlet at
and by youngsters
working on plays equipment. '
Athletic Director John Gaines said' he planned to begin the League entire, season for the Little ore not little league age lean Font Yacht until you Club' pick Marina up the Whll"llwill Pet spring up, sometimes mak West Palm Reach you proceed you can enjoy,; ;-'cthrdy-; ;;

with one week of skull practice before putting the boysin : inn the "drink" a liltle choppy almost t due West to the big eon- at the Buccaneer [Lodge or Sufi
This the donated Ic: off
Starboard how.
It the Terriers be some new year money The "coconut crowns" candy your There is a "range" on shorewliuh mete pier on the mainland soilthere'll Fish Center, maybe fishing oift\
pads.
running
appears may will be Move into the
used to moorings, tie
provide a new .
will ale tomorrow morn
of offense. go on can be readily seen from )'oll'lllll.e the Custom Office of the inlet a I little or go no
type back stop for the Senior Divisionor ing and will be sold until May\ alongside and ask for the clock. your boat while in the inlet The with flag: flying Pull Into the North again: and(' stop in at tlui'

Anyway, if you get in smelling distance of Titusville Pony League baseball field 16, master Advise him that you pl.m, range shows on your chart and, pier and the Captain only goes! Pelican! Yacht Club' again am)

High, the cigar smoke will clog your nostrils and the chewing and also to equip a "tinytot to lay over for the night: andhe'll you can get two accurate headings ashore and asks for permission fish out of H. Pierce Inlet. '
Chances door bells in Ti (tell where
tobacco will stick to your feet, which is nothing more playground: : on Sand Point. are you to berth (from it, insofar as a "true fur clearance Customs will hoard' Working your way back frog?
tusville will be since You have arrived at the
than symptoms because the pigskin parade is about to get ringing right course" Is concerned. When vou your boat, check for this and that there/ you might wish to taj
the entire of the Little Lea time The Pelican Yacht Club' of
body
started nothing more than a start but to us, and the line up your stem on the range; and then you'1be/ on your way. over at Langforcls Marina for #;
fers a lovely pool-snark bar, alsoa
coaches, it's football, organized or not. BowlingBriefs Sue organzation is selling the beautiful restaurant and lounge you'll be headed O'X! () degrees Avoid taking any pots with you, time and then finally set your
It has been hinted, but nothing definite has been said, tandy The league has nearly true If your compass is within when visiting foreign shores course for home. %
and ovcrnitcrs at the
exactly how much passing the Terriers will do next year COO boys participating In Saturda allowed to use these marina farllit Irs.arc :3 I degrees of accuracy you have because" U S, Customs has a set Editor's Note: ;

Record books show, Titusville has one of the best passing \', Minor Major and Senior There arc 8.9 motels within a nothing to worry about of rules about pets and could' The Star Advocate receives,,,,.

quarterbacks in Brevard County But what good is a quar- PivMoni five minute walking distance. Now turn your boat around cause considerable' delay upon many call'!! daily' concerning the f-
terback without receivers and check the range with your your return to the States
There's even time to run out to proper use of boats, and the:
Pass catching halfbacks will not be much of a problem, Lady Kegler the inlet which is Just around the how pointed towards it. Your Bo sure you have a ship's the rules and regulations governing .

,since notables David Ward and Howard Bain are both returning High/ individual game: Betty Spaceport YoungRepublicans bend, before supper time. You'llbe heading should! show 270 degrees,;: manifest, both for the trip over them Captain Allen Is wettU.:

Ends will be the big problem. They're as scarce at Mattingly, 213; Vera Wilson, 203. planning to merely stay over or within three degrees This will and back.If educated in boating and laws aniJ;;-

Titusville High as hairs on a bald man's head. Both of their High/ individual series: Betty night but there's a good chance help] ) you for your return bending( i I you have plenty of time left can be reached at 2672241, ft 1.1
To from the 'Island./
starting ends graduated last year. Mattingly, 573; Vera Wilson, 533. you might change your mind -
'*" '*" '." If you maintain 13 knots on lime 1
High team game: (Handicap) after being here a short while.
The theory has generally been: If you can't run over Richard's Aircraft, '718. Anyway you're headed for West way over you'll/ arrive In approx. ARE YOU ASHAMED? : =

them, go around. If you can't outrun them, try passing. If Hear CandidatesThe End eventually and maybe you 4'ii' hours The Grand Bahama i-
High team series: (Handicap) Motorship back and., forth
can't them then return to the fundamentals and can stop In at the Yacht Club goes
try you the three out-pass p's: punt,,pass and Pray. The latter has been Merrill's Acct! Service, 2037. Spaceport Young Republican again on your return cruise! three times weekly, at 13 knots Do You Hide Your Seat With A Blanket? ;
Splits converted: Jean Crab. and leaves a nice, smooth"wakt"
else will. Club' is planning to hold a Next morning, after checking --
known to work when nothing
Get New Covers At I
tree, 56 :
Shirley McClure, 56; You can follow in its
everything "crank up" and
For the newcomer football fan, wondering who Coach dinner at the Torch Club on over, .
Vera
Crabtree, 6.710; Edna Hudson [ wake if you desire The Norwegian
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the marina for
Gaines will be using as quarterback, it's our guess, and we 58; ]Helen Brannan, 2.7;, Monday, April 27 at 8:30.( All depart the how heading skipper won't mind. Just TAYLOR'S AUTO UPHOLSTERY I
again,
; waterway pointed
will the team.
Charlie pilot
feel it safe, Huggins
is quite Glcnna Halloran, 3-10; Vera Wil GOP candidates for the May[ Southward once more don't get too close to him or i

Huggins, a Junior and last several year,other was named energetic on athletes the All-Brevard are fast son, 9-10; Nova Thurlow, 5.10;, Primary have been Invited to Departure time approxl'mately cause him to maneuver about 1027 South Hopkins t : .
team
Huggins Sue Thomas, 57; Shirley White :' 08:30 hours. lie's there on business amt<
turning into the men "Atlas Built." You've noticed the comic 3.10; Peggy Lchtio, 5-8.Ktamllnt attend Eventually: you'll the doesn't have time to worry about AM 71170SPECIAL w

book ads reading "don't be a scrawny kid, put weight be- "' Wan I,imt Dick Muldrew, County Commissioner Channel leading Westward pas!! to- who's behind him.
tween shoulders Instead of ears! Well that's what Harrington Cleaner 76 49 0- _
your your of District No 3 will
Richard. Aircraft T3 51 Awards Francis Langford'i Mar- If you feel you're not readyto
has happened to the entire team. Many of the first string Merrill., Acct. Service 72 62 be the M.C. and Ed Stanley linn[ Make not to stop here overnight cross "alone"' a little cheek.ing .
school started in Bur, King 72 M
worked with
have weights since !
players Writer Auto 84)>4 KHShaffer District Chairman of the Young on the return cruise, you'll around at the Marinas or n I !

September. Chorrydon', Plnia Mobile hardware Ilomei. 69 2H 81 M V, Republicans, will Install the new like JtlYou'll! telephone l call to Mel Spl'nc'r.across ,f
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Cutte,', Blor., Inc 1\It M* club officers.This be running( at reduced the river at Spencer Hont

We might ask a favor of Titusville residents and that's Pin Keel l Orov.Innurimct Inn (II 60S 8.1 B4H" speeds along the<< way due toI Works will probably develop the BRAKE E SHOES E S INSTALLED I 1 : J.ON J.
lend a helping hand and fork over some green folding stuffto Conn ('.r. (6'1"1') 117'" dlrncr is open (p the j I channel narrowness, posted name of slime other party who Is, ,
Flrat National Dunk Ml 7(1
the Titusville Little League's candy sale.\ riLlai-n Hank 4-'H m%, public. Tickets can le 'boughtat waterways, and skiers, especially experienced In crossing and t "
After all, it's not a donation, you'll receive nice, coco Macko'a Lounge, 42 SJ the door or by calling Don while proceeding throughthe who'd probably be willing to 'lead FRONT OF ANY $$9 99S

nut Crown candy for your money, maybe a little melted Junes at 267. 359, said Doris Jupiter area and prior to ar the way for you, providing your CAR FOR ONLY ,
Self/ Brakes Excluded)
from the heat, but, at least you're getting something in return Koffoe League Hooker, Publicity Chairman. rival' at Lake Worth near West boat speeds match. GFFfi GOOD( Adjusting)APRIL-20th "THROUGH 25th ;

instead of self-satisfaction. Palm Beach! Don't forget to allow for the ". /
Before boarding up the doors with nails, disconnectingthe High, individual game: Nancy After entering and passing "current" In trie Gulf Stream, GARDEN GULF SERVICE, !

door bell and turning off the lights, first consider the DeScno, 223; Kathy Browne 1531.Standl.... W.n r.not through Lake Worth you'll go un which flows Northward at an CORNER GARDEN A NIDY 247-78 I

youngsters and their offer. This year the League is hoping 224. natty. 1>11I. RN',. 474 der a causeway, then making a average speed of)f about 2 knots. '

ta sell enough candy to purchase a new back stop for the High; individual series: Ann IJpl'Lazy O.lnl. 68 6:1: 6.1Krazy 48 90 degree turn to port, at reduced You can ascertain the allowance -

senior division baseball field and also a playground for the Ilclemeycr' ] 609; Nancy DeSerio, Kal. RJ: 11:1.JUJ' : speed, you'll/ note a balh necessary by making a Vector

children who are not quite Little League age. 605, '61'II 535narry 530Slowpokr. Ing urea to port, fenced in with Diagram on your chart : ---i-

There's no doubt, you will be contacted by at least one High team game: Master Ioubin Inhla 1)P... &N jig 56Inue 67 rope and buoys Proceed/ Eastward Bill Shncklcford Is the the marinaat dock.mastcr.manag"r YESTHE

boy, especially since the Titusville Little League is now Cleaners, 597. Coat. M'4: 41I..dy until you reach the private at
Rue.: : West End The Grand Bah I II
lnnillnt U'on I.nnl 6:144 62Hopeful docks along the Island strip, then
enrollment of nearly 500 boys in the entire league .
boasting an
4& 71
Siesta Motel 7e'l' 41'A1 ,. making a 90 degree! turn to ama I Hotel/ operated by Jack
total Cal. '
41'4' 71'4
and the season hasn't even started. So, there's no point in BAB Shirt T.ttterln 7H U I
IIte.I', Tavnrn 77 43 I HOMELITE 4-CYCLE-55
sdying: no, because they're just like flys and rubber balls Pond'. W.fltrrn Auto 75'" U'AI :
push one little leaguer away there's five more bouncingback Flrat Mort, .e 731* 46.%

to take his place Juntlce Lee. Southern Home Room 731 7'S3H'* 46.% WILL CUT GAS AND OIL COSTIN

The thing to do is buy a box now and avoid the rush T Mauler*. O Mualo Cleaner* 6111I IT*' MV 58V4*
'*" .'" Ailulr Beauty Shop 111 69
fat Boo 57 S3Oor HALF ON YOUR BOAT :
Titusville! School's mile
Maury Roberts, High runner, |' Barley Realtor 8R4! U4V4 SPECIAL
will have one more chance to beat Cocoa's Dave Bruner andMelbourne's J. E. Rvani AIIOC ((13 85
Day* CI nannr. 72
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Sid Merchant as all ,three schools will be com- Helton Pontiac 45 15 b

peting in the Group 7 meet at West Palm Beach next Saturday Atlantic PltkeChlejr Plumbing.A BI.Hr.w tsu 80') n .4 ,

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SECRETARIES PRESENT BOOK Members of the '
Titusville Chapter National Secretaries Assn., International "
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presented the book. "Modern Business English"by ..... '
I Charles Babenroth to Mrs. Jean Swldzinski, librarianat \. I., U
the Titusville Public Library today in connection with _
National Secretaries Week. Presenting the book were '4--
t Mrs. Frank Waitkus, center, chairman of book committeeand
her committee member, Mrs. J. C. Tidmore. (Carl HONORED Mrs. Jack (Gwen) Mathews Mrs. Robert (Lorraine) McIntyre of St.

;. GUEST SPEAKER Bob Tindall, democratic Bill Feagan in Mims. From left are Mrs. son Photo). of Jacksonville, wife of the gubernatorial Petersburg, who travels with Mrs. Mathews
Mrs Earl(Cathy)Spencer,Mrs. Gil
candidate, was honored at a coffee recently ;
candidate for sheriff, chats with Kill Sleeman, Mrs. Feagan, Tindall, Mrs.
at the home of Mrs. Norman Cowart in (Vivian) Goshorn and Mrs. Vernon (Mary)
I Dave and Mrs. Sam Barr All Pels
Beta And
Sigma members Phi of following Theta Omicron his' talk Chapter recently, at (Carlson Campbell Photo). Big lillleThey're Fairglen. Left to right are Mrs. Mathews; Carter.-(Carlson Photo).

their regular meeting in the home of Mrs. Everything from baby turtles cat -- ---- --------- -

t to( giant airedales, mixed with Most unusual: Chris Bannister, cat.Longest tail, Linda prltchle"I'
hamsters, rabbits, cats and dogs, Hamster. EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
teller To Shortest Ears: F
Oldest Lisa Ratcliff. dog, nine
were only a part of the creatures : hamster.
exhibited in the City recreation years old.Smallest. cis DANCINGAt
Shortest hair: Linda Hendrix,
department's first sponsored pet : Frank Goule, tuitle
The EditorEditor show held at Blanton Park Thursday Whitest: Gene Ball, rabbit dog.Longest
nose: Jerry Patterson,
afternoon Youngest: Ray Baisden, ham dog. \ atE The

: City Recreation Director Jack ster. Shortest noseSteve Flowers, O. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Miller estimated there were 80 Largest eyes: Rose Maria : (I.
You the voters and taxpayers Hamster. TITUSVILLE LODGE NO. 1982
children competing In the pet Poole airedale.
should know that recordedin show which awarded prizes for Longest ears: Denice Zanetta Shortest tall: Frank Goule, tur ';.00 TO 1:00: NO COVER CHARGE LIVE ORCHESTRA
the minute at the March peculiarities such as the "most dog. tle. MEMBERS AND GUESTS *
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City CouncIl| :meeting three spots," "largest eyes", "lon est. Longest Hair: Mark Ratcliffe, Smallest eyes: Frank Goule, 1 Mil North MIMI en U. S. No. 1 Saml Formal
." the dog. turtle.
tail
and "shortest Winning
members of our council appiovad .
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of an R 3 spot zoning a
residential R.1 area of Titus- played by Fran Goule
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,, Sam JanovcrINSURANCE CARPET
ville. These three members Judging the content were three ?
apparently did not consider the Titusville High School students: Pi
Boyd Wessinger, Dean Lola, and
best Interests of everyone con. 100% WOOL
cerned. They voted In favor ofre7.onini Theresa White.
a 60 foot lot on Highland Ribbons were awarded in some :R. l AND $
Terrace In order to permit categories through first and $4-95
"i REAL ESTATE YARD INSTALLED
second places.
the erection: of a multiple < u"pq s
dwelling. The rezoning re Miller said the pet show was STEVENS RUGS & CARPETS INC.
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such a success that another one 210 So. Washington AT*.
quest was pasted on a 3 2 vote.The 525 PARK AVE. S. WINTER PARK, FLA.
tnree councilmen who approved will be held this hummer in conjunction TitusvllUPhon
of what we feel 1 is an with a summer recreation 267.7319 CALL COLLECT Ml 4-7802
injustice are: Mayor Ed Kitties, program. "I'm All Near A* Your Pknnn"/
GETTING READY Members of the Junior Class at William "Bill" Walker and Ed Fallowing are the results: I t
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Titusville High chool'are shown getting table decorations Willis Best trained: Sharon Reinsch, I

ready for tomorrow'night's annual Junior-Senior dog; Linda Herz, dog. I PHONE AM 7-1311 STORE HOURS: 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M.
,Prom in the schoogym.\ The theme is a Roman Holidayand Concerned Property Blackest: Denice Zanctta, doij.
class members have been busy the past several weeks Owners Prownest; Linda Herz, dog; "
getting ready. ''Shown here are left to right (front row) Largest: : Rose Marie Poole. : l BABY WEEK !
Colette Keeney,Cathy Phillips, Kathryne Wise and Marsha Mrs. George( GeU 'r airedale: f' ..t
Stroud, chairman, (back row) Gary Price and Steve Mrs. Raymond Marrinko Most spots) Linda' mtchley, :\ .1 I' -
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will be held from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m., when a senior break y yX
fast is scheduled at Whispering Hills Country Club. Phone AM 7.1511 t

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He Calls From. Booth At The Fair 10 AM. to 9 P.M. JOHNNY CARRY-ETTE'


James Nichols, Jr. 'who is at- 'phone' and no receiver Is ncce dsen

ending the N,w 'York Woild's sary as everyone in the room 2.44BDby

R tair t'u! wfeW with a group of may talk and hear the con er T:: r

75 cadet, from,,$'rbrest Lab gallon. takes it easy in car at play, I
Academy, .Maitlanjl. called his James told hit parents th FOUNDERS DAY SALE! or bathtime and so do you! Carry- J
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Erevard has week mile from station and
County prominent ; one
places in the list of Ford Foundation one fourth mile from the river.
grants to educational research No charge for transfer of passengers Activity Slows Down :
and projects in Florida. A and baggage
new report just out shawl Melbourne Titusville County seat of Bre ry'
High School has a $2,500 vard County; junction of the
grant for cooperative teacher Sanford Branch with main line; It was another of those rather Four smaller commercial per. was flr,> a new\ radio station Nw Church Of Cod Sanctuary
internship program with Stan on the banks of the famous Indian slow weeks in county building mils added l up to $32200 and structure in the Indian River for
ford University; Brevard County River, which, at this point, permit business. th miscellaneous category produced tile Dba Crystal Droadl'asllOri Indian River South Tirusvillo Happenings
Board of Public Instruction a Is seven miles wide, Canaveral
The Otfice'srecords
County Zoning the remaining $86,0.40.This .
$20,000 grant for a program to Club is on the beach opposite Corp which plans to become
improve the utilization of staff in Titusville Hunting consists of show the week's total week most of the activity the third Cocoa proper urea
senior high schools and the Bre- duck, snipe and various kinds of through Thursday hit $636,840 went for residential construction station on the air In a month New Church Of God Opens Sunday I
card Hospital in Melbourne $17,- water foul: larger game a few with 30 new homes accounting in South Brevaid One of the or so.
600 for study of service expansion miles In the Interior. The lagoonsand for $4J8600!) of that. (commercial permits at Cocoa, Noilh Briv ira had one cum
bayous close by afford the menial permit That was for Church of God I of Titiitx lit mains\ : a lot of work to hi done them

rarest of wild duck shooting a mission stricture for the I'in" stnrtul! holding scrvms resin insult Mint' of the work has ben Tins building Is the first ofthrt'
Received a copy of the annual Boats and boatmen, who will pro. Grave Baptist Mission (Rev. R mi nlIn ago!: with Ui'\ Joseph| duns hv members. ltd by Rev.
report of the Des Monies (Iowa) vkle decoys and blinds and at. C Johnson), 287 WcEtuood Dr :\ Board of Health in the mail yes. tend the shooter in all their r Titu-wlle, tint D. O KiLffti, "Miming (IIll'rl'1'011 a total of 14 Damsel who. winter and I sum pliant will include an educational
tcrday Wonder why? Well our wants, can be obtained at reasonable Box 211, Indian Riser City, will members and I 2J; alttn ling Sun nur. sunshine: and rain always mil and the third phase a I.ir j
old friend Dr James F. Speers, rates. Fishing Is also very build et the-Spring| and Stamford I (lay bihod \t t the present time" ,. was on hanJ to lead his fellow sanctuary The present structureS
formerly county health directorin fine The streets of the town are the' membership of this Church I is work .
x Street intiisettion ut Siutts wickrnd I to as one of IR.C I NEWS On Pape 2 B
Provard and former physician shelled, making good bicycle 50 with a Sunday, School attendance ---
moor. The puiinit was for $13, -- ----
in Titusville, has been director of) riding. Pleasant drives along the 000. of 83.Toward I I
that department for the past !several banks of the river and throughthe the end I of last scar. I
years and hI! always sends hammocks and orange groves Residential permits included: land.. was nuiiirul| for this new VOTE
1c J D. Laiit170(1( S. Smith
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down a report. Always have a adjacent to the town
.. in Jim- Dr.. Titiisvillc $19.(000)() for home duinh on M.unoliavin; '
heart
warm spot my for The Indian River Hotel (laterto block ,
nf land
he was a fine doctor, a wonderful become the Dixie) J. C Bast, Oscar J. Jutch, 1421 Hill Tir rot of $17,iHID I was. To purrh"pun ,. "<,-
friend and, besides that, a Lessee and Manager, open all rate Titu: viilt, will buiU on I land I and to build! a Church th, FOR
real good bridge'player.. year, accommodates 75 guests, Fox Lake RoidG pastor and offictrs of this tli'iritured .. '
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Rates $250 per day, $10 to $15 rcnalugton, 33l)0 IVunfjl I. I'
> a loan of $J3,IKK) (from !
A few weeks ago Margaret per week. Pleasantly located, vnnuve., Dixie Village, $14 the Central Headquarters of the AND
the broad of P Jilt() for( home Nick Turopolja,',
overlooking r
llitgs left an interesting booklet sweep Church if' xxl, in Cle,e1anj
the river, and three blocks from 207 Mantor Ave., will build in
with us and we've finally had TN1II1' sCt'. 1ho church hull\ ,tint !
time to read it completely. It's the station Rooms single or en Indian River Park, on IHiikliolm when completed! I will cost around)
one entitled East Coast of Flor suite. Baths, Baggage transfer Rd, cast of U,S. 1 1. JJ1,500. Small though the (con SUPPORT
1 la-The New Florida" and was twenty.five cents. A good table, Donald B. Nonkivil, Rt t I. griii"tion of this Church was ut
issued in 1901.02 by the Florida comfortable beds and careful Box 67 Titusville, $18,000( for the ginning, (they have raised
East Coast Railway Co The attention to the welfare of the PROUD "PRIDE" MEMBERS Mrs. Goldie Dean, left, home Claude G Marlowe, 1533 the sum of $25iJO toward the pro
booklet covers the East Coast guests. president of Eta Eta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority Hibiscus St, Titusville, will
from St Augustine to Key West, -h seemed to be 'beaming with pride' as the sorority treasurer build in Be 11 wood Colony sub JictThe! outside of this tdi.ke
giving general Information about Mrs! Pauline White recently presented a check to division, a sc EDKITTLES
Most traffic accidents occuron about completed, but (time/ re
the coast as well as a hotel list. Ray Ledford, treasurer of Pride, Inc The check repre- ------ --- -
About this area it had the following Saturdays and Sundays, which sented a 100 percent membership ot the Eta Eta Chapterin
just proves that: It's a great lifeif the Pride organization be !
to report: a good reason to proud-
Oak Hill 100 miles from St. you don't weekend, (Carlson Photo), MONEY !
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Augustine, a spendid point for
hunting and fishing Ducks very Sign at a restaurant adjacentto For Extra FastSERVICE. !BORROW PAYMENT
plentiful: frequently during the an atomic energy plant feat .
past season, twenty five to fifty ures Fission Chips :$300.001: $17.7': ; i

ducks were brought in as the re Phone 267-4331 5450.00 !, $$34.3s.
suit of a day's hunting, II a. Give a man enough rope and Leans Up To J400. $600.00 DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
Baker boarding house open all he'II claim he's tied up at the PAY BILLS. TAXES. REPAIRS, ETCT. .
the year, rate $1 per day, $3 per office, COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT'I'
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.Pag 2-B Titusville (Florida) Star Advocate Friday, April 24, 1964 From Copporhlll This event Is scheduled to open and at the Indian River Plaza In were served. OLD AND NEW COINS
Weekend visitors recently at and clove this city-wlrle "Clean Indian River City. The young Otherluests/ present! Included! : BOUGHT AND SOLD

Director ot the Church of Cod. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe up" Project, on April 25th and folks are selling these tags for Sara Carter, Anne Keenan, Specialising In Scarce Coins

Other Guests present at this Shinpaugh and son, Joe Charles, \May 2. The P.T.A. under the direction their building fund. Lorein Dean, Jerry Gregory, NORMAN D. BLAIR
I I opening service will be the District of 344 Pritchard Avenue, were of Kenneth Stuckey, Pres ,
/Indian River City News Bishop of the Church of Mr. and Mrs. Fred! Shinpaugh, ident, will be on hand to clean up Baby Shower Oveen Taylor, Ilene Donaldson 647 S. Daytona on U. S. 1

God, Rev. C. D. Harris of Cocoa, Joe's parents and his sisters automobiles from 9:00: a.m. till A surprise "Baby Shower" Betty Johnson. Ruth Forrester. Daytona Beach, Florida
I and Rev. A. V. Howell, memberof Mrs. Carl Danner!! and Mrs Lake 5:00: p.m. on these two days. was given in honer of Mn. Doris. Smith. Marlene Touchton,
(Continued the State Council of the Churchof Standridge and her lon, Jack, all Kirby G. (Ann) Edwards at the Sao I.R.C. NEWS On Page 3.B j Remember pay your Paper Boy.

has been God from Orlando. from Copperhill. Tennessee. They Monthly<< / MHti"9 home of Rev. and Mrs. C. H.

err with lumber Lunch will\ be spread at noon had an enjoyable but short visit.B The!! regular! monthly meetingof Thornton, 345 Browning Ave., LAWN SPRAY
The windows and on Sunday. Singing let for 2:30:: the Women's Auxiliary of the last Tuesday evening by Sylvia DAVIS
doors will be of t p.m. There will be visiting groups ck to Tnn. v. IRC Little League will be held Thornton and Marie Morris, co. iFWERAYETw
the floors will be and local groups. For music, Miss Pat Cox and Mrs. PajiyItuffine next Monday evening, April 2Tth, hostesses. 'ul u' $rAMP M Chinch
will be central there will be an Italian Trb have returned to tljgir at 8:00: p.m. st the home of it*
.. conditioning. : from Merritt Island. There will home in Tennessee after <<\ President, !Mrs. Shirley Riclccr Several{ entertaining games a TN/ Bugs
Restrooms, a be an Evangelistic Service at t ing two weeks with Miss Mildred 295 Byron Avenue In view of the were played with Iva Zimmer
7:30: p.m., which will completethe Archer Bryan Avenue. (ti imminence of the start of the man. Frances Ostner and Peggy Fungus
L opening services lint Sun Little League Season on May tat pxendinc winning the prizes. !
day. We asked Rev. Daniel when Ann received many very ; Worms
: Annual all members are urged to attentS.
Meeting la
Factory Pa the new Church would be dedi lovely' and useful gifts from the d :
Glen Archer, Ralph Robertson
Baldwin Sho cated. His reply was character 27 guests attending the shower.! I Fertilization
Jack Boone, Ken Gaslin and ;Miss
.: Phon.i Istie: "We are going to pay it off Doris Bauer are In Miami 4-H Club News Rcfi eshments of punch and cake 'eMass

in full and when the church Is Beach this weekend attending! Tuesday, April 21st, the boys'4fl decorated for the occasion, -
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debt-free, we will dedicate it ti -
club of Coquina Elementary
: PAINT 'rvvvv'I the Annual Meeting of the FJpr- ,
God"
ka! Educaton Association the; School held its monthly meeting.
: meeting Is being held at the -l li. The meeting was opened by the I \Jicn Lifer
FIX !' Coming and: Goings ami Beach Auditorium Thursday/ Club's president Charlie Wocr-
through Saturday afternoon. ner; with the 4-H Club pledge did
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Welly of
CLEAN They are representing Parkway the Pledge to the Flag.( After the
43 Hibiscus Ct., drove to Gainesville
if Taxes
Junior High School. opening, the President asked of
last Friday where theirdaughter Assessor
Large i there! were! any demonstrationson County
had Brevard HOUSE
I Ann just com From Alaska any projects. COURT
Wall Paper : COUNtY
pleted her freshman at the
year Mrs. Otis Dean and children Raymond Hoffman gave an account BREVARD FLORIDA
University of Florida. Ann Is now tItUSVILLE
Cindy and Tim, are visitingat of his trip to the County
home for the summer and Is job-
l the home of Mr. and Mrs. Council meeting( in Cocoa lIe
This Coupon hunting. Ann's brother, George,
Glen Archer, Mrs. Dean, a sislor also told of Charlie Woerner and:!
not hand to welcomeher
on
was
: 100 of Mrs. Archer's has been.,in he going to the pool. Charlie gave MAXWELL
home he in Jacksonville
as was CLARK
Alaska for the past three years. an account of hit trip to the ASSESSOR
from last Thursday to Sat TAX
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meeting and told about attending
WIth urday, being one of the five
Slumber Party the Brevard County Recognition I
: S5.DO or representatives from the Key Jana Malott recently held, a Dinner, when he received his County: .
Club of Titusville High Schoolat Medal. of Brevard
County
State Sunday School and Youth the Florida District Convention Slumber Party. Girls who attcjid- TO The People confidence
I of Key Club International. ed this aU night folly were: Ann Richard Woerner gave a talk for he
Gray, Barbie Collins, chcrl \Mey- on "how to use a snakebite kit". express my appreciation office 01
hew, Diane Cato and Susan Fry- lie also talked on "bicycle safe 1 wish tort in the Tax ","sotl
cr. Patty Copeland was invited ty". Then Mr. La Roe showed the 01 my efforts :
WAIT FOR IT tions
suppo valu
and
but could not attend. They did boys some slides\ on different in assessed
not get to bed until after raid- kinds of flowers. bringing about equality

xl night and they didn't settle down The Club's president desires this County did not place
d until 4:30: a.m., when they were that all 4 H boys turn in their that the people of indication
tired out. They all got up later books at the next meeting. The fact to my ,,-eieclion ? an

xa ORIGIMIe that morning and then separated. candidate in opposition among the majority
Later Tun-Town Tag Sale a favorably
Patty Copeland came! over have met
and gave Jana her present.In "Cape Kennedy" tags for automobiles that my efforts
will be on sale this evening
at the Citizens Bank, Titus of our taxpayers.
Hospital
ville; the First National Bank,
Little Timmy Webber is In Jess Titusville; the Big Apple Plaza
Parrish Memorial Hospital for I Paid Political ad by Clark Maxwell,
and at Pirtle Plaza in Titusville.
observation and treatment. lie'' --- .
expects to be there for about 3 .
America's Greatest
or 4 days. lie is the son of Mr.
Drug Start Event anrj Mrs. Robert Webber of 270

; CLEARING In-lIADINO-MAOAZINIS, Stuart Avenue. Standard brings you the first new

Attend: Conv.ntionEll.n
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CAPABILITY. 42nd Annual I Convention of the!
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: Man and Machine STARtS as a delegate of the Episcopal

: ONLY Churchwomen, representing St.
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: For land clearing, land improving and 10 Gabriel's Episcopal Church,' TI.
tusville./ The Convention began
: all the cleanup jobs (rooting, stump April 21 and ran through April

ing, ditching. consider both the Hundreds of items at 23rd. Mr. Williams' mother from

man and the machine. 2 for the price of ] family Lakeland this, is week.visiting her son and
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The clearing specialist .in your area PLUS 1INDIAN PENNY _
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April J4, 'W4 --- titvevllleFLrI1eNu( ) AeVeeafe Pa0e 3-. next month with Mrs Inei Hill meeting was opened with prayer Ing with prayer rian at l the TRC branch of the heart" by Patrick OMalley;

at 1205 Orlando Road. by Sharon Clay Members present were: Sandy Titusville public Library says Little Men" by Louis Hares;

George, Sherry! Blalock, Helen that recent best-seller* "The Timo has come" by Dr.
ing: Two packages of yeast, all League would play on Mondays, For the April Community bits among
IRC NEWS purpose flour, milk margarine Wednesday and Saturdays. W.S.C.S. General Mooting lions Project the girls decided Riddle, Sharon Clay, Becky received at her! library arc the John R"'tV: "Day of the A>row"

or shortening, 2 eggss, salt and The General Meeting of the to make a Sunshine Basket tot Adams, Maigie Spiars, Carolyn following: by Philip Lorame; "The? Land

(Continued From Page 2-8)) sugar, bread.board or pastry Official Wanted WSCS of the IRC Methodist an older or invalid person. The McAllister. MM Bertha Swalnc, "A Time For Action" by Urcakers by John EhleJ "The

Myrle Millmess, Grace Merrill, cloth, dry and wet measuring Tom Walker, President of the Church was held last Tuesdayat girls thin gave interesting re counselor and Mrs Delores Surrenty Pres. Lyndon B Johnson; "Night Winter People' by Gilbert

Myrtle i Lewis Betty Freeman, cups, dishtowel, wooden spoon Little League says that a Scorekeeper the Methodist Church, on ports un the Confcremes they Y.W A. Direitor, Comes! to the Cumberlands" by Ph"ps| "Too Young to be a
Jack
Frances Edwards Judy Street let of measuring spoons, spatula and a Groundkeeper are Orlando Road, with Mrs chair tended( jt the Statewide Harry Caudill; "A SavagePlace" Ci, indGn.! i 1"1'r hv Willard Tern-
WheclT President In the
man, Loretta Taylor, Enth: or straight e knife urgently needed For score and four visitors VWA Convention at Stetson New Books by Frank Slaughter ph"A I flay Dying by Wit
Five members
f Hatch, Billie Shartzer Thresa Second part of Ihe program keeper, he says he can use a University in OcLand Mrs Jackie Merriam. Libra- "The Affair of Chief Strong ham uilktii, :
will be on "Accessories in the boy or a girl who knows the attended Margie Spears read the prayer
Thornton and Marilyn Avery. Homa". game of baseball, preferably Installation: of the new calendar, Carolyn McAllister led

held who !Is not connectedwith WSCS officers Is to be held on in the .
Business session will be someone Prayer for the Misslonari
Boy Scout Now May 10th during school to fce Dr. Robert B HogueOptometrist LEARN EARN !
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I fur election of officers for 1964 the local Little League es whose birthdays are in this
Troop 310, Boy Scouts of In Methodist
1963 and Planning for Achievement Ground-keeper is needed to held in the Epworth week; Sandy George presentedthe
dish River City, met at the day. lay off the field before each Church !in Orlando between 9:30a Secretarial) Courses
program "In the Battle for
Civic Center last Tuesday even .m. and 12:30 p.m. Baby sit i I
Tom both Announces the ShorthandClasses
i- Ing; for their regular meeting game says are paid !Men Minds. There was alsoa new Speedwriting,
ters will be provided.
The :>opening ceremony was: In The regular monthly meeting jobs and he would like to see The meeting was turned ov'rto very inteiesting panel discus, location of his office Now Forming!

charge of the Titan Patrol, of the Board of Directors of IRC them filled as soon as possible Mrs Thomas Jackson, who sion about the publications of InPIRTLE
Little League was held last Tuesday literature HOWELL'SBUSINESS
I Steve Hopkins Patrol Leader.
Sunday School ClassThe had the program. She gave "it PLAZA
An election was held to select evening at the'hame of Tom Fidelis book report entitled "Look at Following this,, was a meditation .
Walker, 405 Abbott Ave. Pre Sunday School Titurrill, Fla
someone for Senior Patrol Lead. with COLLEGE
period
Class of Central Church Christian Perfection, a storyof Mrs DeloresSutrency
Baptist
sent were! : Tom Walker President Office! Hour Phone
er, with
elect
Jerry Champion the life of Evelyn Underhill. leading in prayer
Dr. W. G. Young, Vice met last Monday night in the 9.004:00: AM 7-lW 1523 S. Washington 267.1181
ed. Roy Malolt was elected as home of Mrs M M Thigpen, At the close of the meeting, thb Sherry Blalock losed the meet
President Ed Mills, Players'Agent
Assistant Senior Patrol Leader ; had covered dihlunchon -
women a
335 Bryon Avenue for their J
I to serve along with Gary Queen, ; Shirley Ricker, President monthly class meeting the Allison Circle

' who The was T.elected Bird Patrol previously gave a ;of'Marguerite the Little Morton League) Treasuier Auxiliary Mrs Cora Conrad led in the members :serving as hostesses. / .,." ., tl OiJ [O] I :. 1. t1:

and Ken Welnhold Bud opening prayer and the devotion
demonstration and talk homemade Y.W.A. News
on
Jones, Dave Sanborn Jon Miller al period was led by Mrs Inez s
compasses. Understanding and Bob Linton, managers Kill, Mrs Mable Barker led in The Miry Ruder Young Woman N "'

Contour Lines was the subject It was announced by the President the entertainment with games ;' Auxiliary of Central Bap- KNOB OUTDOOR
discussed by the Wolvt'rlnePatrll.
that the City of Titusvills and fun to suit everyone. list Church met last Tuesday
The Rebel Patrol ex
how had offered to give this organizition The hostess served delicious evening, April 21, at 730.: This
plalned to orient a map,
: 3 bases for the new Senior refreshments and the meeting was a combined missionary program
using a compass as well as land
League Field This offer and business meeting Thj\
was ndjourncd with prayer. A
masks. Glen Archer, Scoutmaster
was thankfully accepted by un visitor, Mrs Alma Boylan, wa. I
reviewed the entire troop on
animous vote. welcomed.
the compass and finding one's KNOWLEDGE"Kynet' LIVING NEEDS
way. Mrs Shirley Ricker reportedthat Other members present were

The following boys have been the Mothers Auxiliary had Mrs. Bess Nichols Mis Mable

elected to serve as patrol lead completed the job of placing all Barker, Mrs Inez Hill Mrs
uniforms in order pending the Eunice ,
Thomas Mrs Norma h
ers of the respective Patrols "
: start of the season on May 1. James, Mrs. Willa Pippin and ,, GENUINE: CALIFORNIA
Rebel Patrol, Mike Allred; The President reported that Mrs Cora Conrad I '
Titan Patrol, Steven Hopkins; Indian River REDWOOD
City will have a The Fidelis Class will meet '
Wolverine Patrol, Joe Lyle; total of fourteen ((14)) teams in you'll find no lower
prices
Va'A :
Gator Patrol, Ed Freeman; T- the field this season, which will r ,'
Bird I'atiul, David Webber I'fE(1t WITH I'o. .tuan i' anywhere
; embrace 4 Senior League Teams, I N '1 '
Panther Patrol, Vice Merriam. 6 Major League Teams and 4 FREE at George Stuart'

The closing ceremony was in Minor League.
charge of Gene Gray and Kenneth "
He also reported that he had
Burgess. There were 28
received a check for $93.77 from
boys present, along with adults,
the
Mothers'
Auxiliary of the
Glen Archer and Bub
Webber. ''
Little League and that an aucticm -

H.D. will be held on May 30th at .r grounding In low In
Meeting 7:30: at the r ,
p m Civic Center government, in administration
The regular monthly meeting It was decided that the Little O and In knowledge of Florida,

.of the IRC Home Demonstration League will sell candy this i hold promise for a successful i

t Club will be held next year instead of Decals. Sale will NEW 1964 tenure as attorney general." a =

Tuesday April 28th at the Civic be week of May 9th/ at $1.00 per OFFICE GUIDE .ir ..ci
Center at 9:45 a,m. Part of box for benefit BRADENTON HERALDKEEP
of the Little League IDIAS to htlp yes cut the /
the program will be a demon Fund. cod of your oHico work. 261 POSITION FOAM PADDED ,, _
stration of yeast breads. This *.!.. of Modern OfficoIqulpmeitt James W.ATTORNEY .
will be a "Do it.Yourself" President! also announced that. ond. fcli.| Syttomi.CM CUSHIONED CHAISE LOUNGE 1,,,
the
opening game and sccompanying .nil attach till I. rd N
program rear IUllft" ..ttt.....
ceremony will be on
The members will participatein May 1st. He also announcedthat C wine + >rgo Stuart I ,

the demonstration by actual a work party was neededto art .... ekinMnOrlinM. Sale 12.77
ly doing the Q .
work. Anyone help peter up signs around the Plorldl GENERALll A'a
planning to attend this meeting perimeter of the field. It had C IE''- WITH' J.ttturJn! stuart r? 'y GENUINf CAIifORNIA ,
a'nld \il rrll+.a.nh I'ltlil REGULARLY 15.88 ,..
is n4awo
required to bring the follow been arranged that the I Ynr Ny Nyn.+ ('nmrnlrn YonJ, ,
!
Minor Nunnln nprnvrr, ('hnlrnrn 'Charge- '..1.3J weekly "'p ''1}{ aMI1:
., ...u.n. '

)f * )f'f V * polyurethane o Sturdy tubular foam alum pad nulW o Large conrtruction size rubber o :3"thick tire .'.', THI PIRFKCT. NIIDS OUTDOOR.REFINISHINO WOOOINIVIM

.wheels on chaise o Folds compactly storage ;','.

Club .II Positively Immune to weather and Insects
M.tchlnl Chair Only
For The People Matching locke, Only 11." .'J' Sturdily constructed for years of picnicking( In

your own back yard. Save now while they last.


JUST SAY"Charge 3Pc. DELUXE SET-PRICED

Not The Politicians! I

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A STATEMENT. END BENCHES-EACH 2.59
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*, Brevard County Is reputed to be the fastest growing county in the nation. With each growth there' must be the suffer & I '
ing through a number of growing pains. Most demanding In a period such as this is leadership; leadership of a quality '
heretofore not available nor in demand. It must be a vigorous, enthusiastic youthful, dedicated and unselfish leader
ship unhampered by political tics This leadership must be comprised of individuals with the ability to devote time to the v 2 lIP Brigos & Stratton Engine ; trsifdom
fullest in the execution of go\ernmcntal duties While there are a number of able candidates participating in this election H
it Is my firm belief my background In the fields I of public service and business make me worthy of your vote on May Sth' *
Brevard County is continuing to grow it needs the constant attention of its governing bodies attention that will 18" REEL MOWER !
assure Its every resident that not only its demands for today are met and solved head.on but that attention and legUlaV .
lion will be directed to the tomorrows that will find us growing still more Representation by government cannot be for H r. ,;.
the few. ]it t must be equitable and encompassing It must be sensitive and aggressive It must be a government ready and -
able and willing to grow so there is an assurance we are tea dy for the sound and brighter future that will be ours. Every "
citizen shares this responsibility and should do his part by casting his vote to insure good government k
I ask for your role <4-, 8488 rr
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PLATFORM: -\(.
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5 precision ground ,%" u :%
steel blades '.! ,.. ; 3elaryht.adjusiment
Advocate and strive for a strong central purchasing system. alloy 1
o Kccoll Ktarter
Work for a plan that would assist communities now responsible "
for the maintenance of Brevard County Beaches, offering
..w assistance when and where feasible ',," s r e Uniform engine atr.r
I oeraUanregardlora
Propose the cstah'i' 'hsnent of an effective liaison between coon of cutting height

ty ana local government o 12-gauge steel deck DELUXE PLAY GYM

Work fur a program!: opening: bulkheading matters to public f, o linked enamel lintahellenvydutytlrce
hearing!:, fully researching the problem with the offices of the r, "?o 1
Male \ulhCI..llIon Department and !the Internal Improvement WITH 7-FT. SLIDE
Board. s "'rP' a Cany-turning rollers
iiiei w"""
AND LAWN SWING
Further Improve the county's public information program, see- rIng -. i
to it that county residents are fully appraised of all matters V M +,
affecting them as both residents and taxpayers ,

servant and businessman work toward the ; a j Fun for all and perfectly!
As both a public
intensification of the county's quest for new and diversified business -r.-- '..,',.. 3 e ,,. \w aafel Made 2 inch steel 1 8 8
and Industry s rl tubing.( With California
>" Redwood lawn swing andDuraGleem" a
Establish a strong liaison with the State Road Board that will ... I 2" 7
keep them fully aware of the county's highway' needs, and to platform
assure Lirevard County of its full share of road building appropriations +P '' a11deOthetplayelnclasdua
*" + ikyride( gym rings,two
wings trapeze chin bars.
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Institute an immediate study of the county's recreational facilities C rQnrrt'rr ,
and needs and propose legislation that would bring the Voto For North Brcvard's "Most 1

facilities into perspective with the population growth. Outstanding Young Man" ,,,,,.. +". "' !t "Chargt'llH-N Monty Dowtt-r.25 W""UylHIBISCUS

Work closely' with State offices and representatives of the legislative .
branches in working toward the obtaining of adequate VOTE FOR
roads and bridges adjacent to the Cape Kennedy and Merritt ..-- >


Advocate Island complexes.the establishment of a county board to study' and GENECounty(j

ultimately allied trades police the business practices of the building and I I 3 for $ 00CALADIUM


Devote the amount of time necessary In being an effective and

Ac worthy full time County Commissioner R 0 B E R T S

c Make available the time necessary to hear the seeds and desires -
.it: of the residents of this county in making t better place

"l' to live,;work and do business. I each 77''
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I Commissioner
DISC 1
Establish and maintain a close rapport with fellow County Commissioners '1'
and members of county and city government In
I --." -. order to make possible these important plaaks la this campaign DEMOCRAT .

platform. lti'F rA ,
(Pol. Adv Pd. By Campaign Treasurer) 1 'ANT GO.Y
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I Greet Spring With A Home Of Your Own--Check Classified Ads -Now I




Auto Service For Rent WantedMALE Mobile Homes
GLAMOR GIRLS Help
CLASSIFIED AD For Sale

INFORMATIONDEADLINE I I H & H. MOTORS HOUSES FOR RENT! 1 HELP WANTED -I II TRAILERS FOR SALI

I Publication-For. p wed t.. D*.Trt B.for. band Fender Repairs. Auto- FURNISHED 2 bedroom, immed 1964 sizes.GE Discount AIRCOND1TIONERS prices. ColonialTV all I AGE 25-40, driver's license re BURGESS MOBILE

a A.M. **U For Ma Publlcttloi mad Transmission specialists .v late. occupancy. Lakeview hills and Appliances, 2300 So. U.S. qulred. Lawn Spray Servlcje.:

Hwy i ,. 1, 6 ml. North of Mims. 267 8953. 1. 267-4107. -Phone- 267.5530_" HOMES
WANT AD RATES FURNISHED: 2 BEDROOM bath, NEW SPINET PIANO YOUNG MAN between 20.30 yearsof Featuring Liberty Pacemaker!
I e nU par wordKlnlmum Tel .. one 2675008. 305 Ave No children. Wanted to train for c ted
: Nidy 267- age. widers.
Ckarg* 80o Walnut finish, full size only I $495. 10 and 12
7498. it sales manager position. !Mustbe
Easy terms arranged. 2201 So. Ridgewood
m ; .
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Boats For Sale KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC high school graduate. Excellent Edgewater Florida
2 BEDROOM modern house, corn* opportunity for advance.
ALL CLUfllTIID JO39 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385
pletely furnished. Includes drapes ment. Company benefits include SEE THE NEW 1964
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
CHRISBANK, cruiser, must
28 FT. TV, and washer. $150 month.. .
weeks Free hospitahzation.
Except EittbllilMd Account offer SIMPLEX go-cart with extra tires 2 paid vacation. SKYLINE
Best
sell immediately. ly. Call 267-2580. helmet, goggles, etc. Retirement plan
$125. 635
over $1000.())) 65 h.p. Mercury, with I 50 x 10, 2 bedroom $3693.
lurlt'04' Dliplty Hate ..Availableen Murray trailer. 762-S680. 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH, unfurnished Highand Road-IRC. Only ambitious young man need 1957 Travel Trailer
R QD.t -- --gI $100 monthly. Located Barna FURNITURE: of fins apply. Appointment can be' 1958 Mark V, 2 bedroom
Th. Ita.Ad."ate teiervM the rooms made for ,
< Saturday or
TRADE: automobile for evenings
I WILL Avenue, 2670803. 1957 2 bedroom, acLow
Magnolia
>rivll of mlilOB *r relating furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite Sunday through previous! arrangement
ny adnrtlMnnt wklcb 1d.*.m. boats. Don Browning Auto Sales, 7 piece dinette all only $13,83per >> down payment bank financing
Contact R. L. tlea-
b/ect/oaabl. cod to cb nr the 405 Hopkins 2671320.Building r 2 BEDROOM, carporte utility month Decor Furniture, 208 MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES[
of adT nli mint convenient ton, Goodyear Service Store, 315
clminenUoa any I room to Cape. Kit.
teem thai ordered: to conform to I N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian Ely South Hopkins Ave., ''Titusville. SALES
Const.SIDY chen 267-1926
& equipped. or 5733.
tl>* policy' of this paper. er City. Phone 267-761) Authorized Skyline and Buddy
Tb? lar-A4Tocat: win lot t>. I STATION ATTENDANT, 30 50. dealer
I' UNFURNISHED, NEW, 3 bedroom to
mpoailbl for mot than OD> Ill- DISCOUNT
CONSTRUCTION retldent- t. FURNITURE SALES See ,:Pacer Sta- 1224 N. U. S. Hwy 1
correct" IBMTUOI ... Will It b. town house, tiled bath, central George Simpson
tab, commercial and tenaodafia5 mattresses greatly reduced at
lion North Titusville. No. of overpass
liable for aiy error li .4Y.-t.- heat and airconditloning, with or ,
12 in Tltmville. Licensed warehouse prices. Get them
KMBti l a healer solar lheeme years Titusville 267.3081
coat of tfce epae* occupied brIbe and bonded. Phone All 7-2320. without range. Near Pirtle Plaza. while they last. 2111 Garden St., MEN NEEDED! Train for man-
Item la tee adTartttenieiit $135 monthly. 2671928. Nldy Shopping Center. 267-5733 agers and assistant managers 1953, 8 x 36. 1 bedroom, 1 bath,
I
Business OpportunityFOR IRC, 2 bedroom, like new, adults, or 2671928. for Florida's fastest growing $600. 2674589.
Builaeea Offlea H Kill tlraet no pets,. $80. 267-6149. 6-8p.m. food chain. Fast expension in
Dial AH T-lBBi LEASE !41.1 I FENDER PRECISION electric this immediate area. Good 1963 GREAT LAKES expansion
Office Bean axed: M I:M base guitar. Blonde finish with starting( salary, applicationstaken trailer. See to appreciate. 267-
Modern Texaco Service Station C ICIotrSyodKa..r.IM, 1964.WorU. stall.ar,.... :3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH kitchen accessories, plus fender leather at Jackson's Mimt\ Market, 1 7792.
located at Hwy 1, Mims. equipped, airconditionmg, cen caie. Base ;guitar, list price $279; corner Washington and Jackson
For Information call 267.2945 or "About how do guitar case, list price $60; worth TOWN AND COUNTRY like new,
Special Notice long you the engagement tral heat, drapes included. Walk. Street, Titusville.
expect 2 bedroom full bath, 10 x 50.
write Box 185, Tltusville. to ?' A ing distance to schools and shopping near $350 sacrifice at $200. Excellent
$125 monthly. Call 267-4477 condition. Call Ron, 267- INVENTORY CLERK must haw Small equity, assume $85 monthly
If You Would Like A Child Care for appointment. ._0331_or 267-7135 after 7 p.m. high school education, apply payments. 267-4434 after 5
For Rent City Hall, 525 Palm Avenne, p.m.
Real Estate License For RentAPARTMENTS
OFFICES FOR RENT 17" TV. $15; limed oak dining set. Titusville, Florida. Florida
WILL DO babysitting in my home $35; Trundle beds, $30; air purifier TRAILER WITH
Phone Mrs Davit by hour, day or week. Will also ARTICLES FOR RENT FOR RENT OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE 528 $10; platform rocker, $20 OPERATOR FOR mechanical room on corner lot. Hall's Trail.
Representative Bert Rotifers babysit out evenings or week. MAC'S CAPE KENNEDY sq. (ft. $125.00 per month on year and miscellaneous. 635 Highland street sweeper, apply City Hall, er Park. Extra Furniture. $1250.
School of Real Estate Law ends. 2677149. EQUIPMENT lease first and last month's Road IRC.FEMALE. 525 Palm Avenue. 2676441 Ready to move into.
267.2392 PALM HOUSEAPARTMENTS rent in advance. Sydney
CLOSE IN Titusville. clean, com Sales Rentals Repairs) Schwartz, Realtor 1141 S. Hop HELP WANTED Lost (Continued On Next Page)
fortable home. Experienced. Construction Equipment kins Avenue, Titusville. 267.6100, TAKE CARE of 4 children, live
AnimalsGIVE Hour day or week. 2672210. Hand Tools 6101.
in. 2676227. REWARD FOR return of boy'sbicycle
CHILD CARE by hour, day or 88 E. Merritt Is. Causeway New Excellent Choice taken from 150 GregoryAve.
THREE OFFICES
Days 636-8340-Nights 636-0160 WANTED PART-Tlme Bookkeepers .. 2674749.
AWAY 3-month female week. Indian River Heights. AM This StandsFor
Over Rexall Drug Store, 117V4
for 3 to 4 hours in the evening
Collie. AM 70972. 75766. Some FurnishedAir ENVELOPES Business Sizes
puppy part FOR RENT South Washington Ave? 267-5030. : If Interested please send -I

3 AKC REGISTERED Dachshund For Lease Floor Sanders, Polishers Conditioned ROOMS FOR RENT resume to Personnel Manager, Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp Quality
I
puppies. 4V weeks old. 267.4676. Phone AM 7-3253 Post Office Box 82. Titusville, for mailing. Full stock: at Star
Titusville, So. U. S.1 ROOM FOR RENT, 602 Tropic St. Florida. Only experienced book. Advocate.
AKC POODLES, Chihuahuas. Toy 201 CAPRON ROAD Indian River FACTORY PAINT OUTLET keepers need apply.
poodle stud service, Pekingesestud City Plot 150 x 150', zoned com Baldwin Shopping Center SLEEPING ROOM for gentleman. ,,
service. New Smyrna Beach, mercial. Main building 28' x 60' SEE THIS! Luxurious town house Private entrance. $12 weekly. MALI HELP WANTED SSpLU7tONNAdy'
Florida. Phone 3453472. Air Conditioned) heated, will APARTMINTS FOR RENT apartment. Newly constructed, 287-7197.
paint. Large Warehouse in rear. central beat and air conditioned, EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for IT STANDSFOR
ENVELOPES Business Sizes Long or short term lease. EFFICIENCY 2 BEDROOMS 3 bedroom, IVi bath living room, $12.50 PER PERSON per week. person willing to learn bottled
Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp Sydney Schwartz, Realtor, 1141S. furnished weekly 1 or monthly kitchen, enclosed garage. Thisis Rocket Motel, Mims. Phone 267- gas Good salary, fringe bene
for mailing. Full stock at Star. Hopkins Avenue, Titusville, rates 267.4103.FURNISHED within walking distance to new 3097 fits. Apply (in person. Suburban
Advocate. (101.I. shopping center and schools. 2019 N. U. S. 1.
2676100. Propane ES
APARTMENT 3 For information call; G. It\!. Barley DAY-WEEK, MONTH. Reasonable INTEGRITY eOHITEDSt/
rooms and bath. Newly decor. Realtors 342 Washington rates. Air conditioned. 2674103. 2 MEN TO insulate homes. 267-
ated. Adults. 2672941. Ave. 267-3622. 4658 or 2674330.
,
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies AS
AreaNew FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS, closein DUPLEX FOR RENT for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- GUS FAULK CHEVROLET is now This is the official Seal of
I. R. C. efficiencies, weekly, monthly 3400 taking applications: for exper I the National Association of
rates, air conditioned, 417 Julia 2 BEDROOM furnished duplex. fenced Chevrolet mechanics. See Builders.
CLEAN ROOMS for working men. Home Only members
Street. Carporte and utility, 1 child
.
modern 3 and 4 bedroom homes only. 267.3999. 267.0234. Service Manager.TV of the National Asso-

2 BEDROOM, airconditioned, 2 AND APPLIANCE salesman. a ciation and local associations
F.H.A nd V.A. Just completed. Priced -
LOW clean for work.
HOUSES FOR RENT rates rooms
miles South of New Nassau Company benefits $75 salary, allowed to
are displaythis
from $15,950.00 to $$20,000.00.Trade Causeway. 267.4127.UNFURNISIIED men. $10-3. Call 2676185. commission W. T. Grant, Pirtle 7FSfA seal
FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM, 520 :
WAREHOUSE FOR RENT Plaza. Interviews, 95., Monday
2 BEDROOM Grannis Ave. near Pirtle Plaza thru Saturday.$550acreexcellent. This Is the official seal of the
I apartment, tile bath central alrconditioned.t carpeted, attract:. WAREHOUSE NEW 4,000 aq. ft. National A.soclation of Real Alexander Construction
In Your Old HomeWe heat and conditioned, near. ively lurJ1lah $95. 1 1005 Tropic St. $200 monthly Estate Boards. Only membersof Company
Pirtle Plaza (
$110 monthly
Phone 2671923. NEW SMYRNA BEACH, 3 bed- 1 C. A. Heller 267-0479. acreage for the Association. may display
have ten 3 and 4 bedroom homes room, all furnished 2 bath electric 4200 SQUARE FEET. Immediate future gain, all 1100 acres of this seal. And only those who Broyhill Development

under construction. Some with carports NEW Bedroom duplex apartment.j kitchen, 1 block from I occupancy. J. W. Chlldre Realtor it. display this seal may call themselves Childre Homes Inc.
Call after 5 p.m. A beach. 267.5664 till noon. After 2675563.
and double garages. Priced from $18,500 Slims\ Fla. 4 p.m. in evening. COMMERCIAL[ ft on AlA Realtors Cowart & Carter, Inc.
I to 1945000. Builder will definitely Merritt Island. George M. Barley, Jr.,
: For Salo Inc. Cozart Const. Company
consider old home trade. CalliUS Beautifulnew
your on OFFICE SPACE -
office bldg. space immediately Bryan-Conway & Fisher Construction Co.
todayl QUA SEAT BELTS, $U5 each, any available. Wmstead Inc. Futch Construction Co.
color. For home delivery, call
MTX;Ld1MODELING
have new and used homes in all Jaycees, 267.3619, 267-1489, 267- MOTEL Small Motel, top location Campbell Associates, John Beach

Call for an appointment to 0834, 267-0965() Ideal for the older cou Inc.
t' Louis & Brown, Inc.
J. W. Childre P.ealtor
ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER, Smith pIe needing income and some ,

NEW HOMES RI ROOMS Corona standard 13". Asking thing to do.COMMERCIAL. Danenburg's Beach Northwood Builders, Inc.

FREE ESTIMA TES & PLANS $150. 267.6618.AUTOMATIC Frontage on Realty Penziner Bros

George M. Barley, Inc. FINANCINGCHEWNING ARRANGEDONSTRUCTION WASHER, G-E, U. S. No. 1- vacant land Duffy's Real Estate Robert Evans

HEAL ESTATE C( 4700. 2676267. zoned for business. Edwards Realty Ronald Moretto

WANT TO SAVE MONEY, We
342 S. Washington Tituavffla( 267-3822 267-6789 Have A Repossessed 64 Model Space Real Estate, Ed Kittles Agency Tiffany Builders, InC.
Swing Needle Dial.O-Matic, Like Justice Homes, Inc.
Inc. L. B. Newman, Realtor
New, Makes Hundreds of Fancy James Trimble
Stitches, Makes Automatic But Donn Searle Realtors
SCHLUETER
ROBERTS REALTY : tonholes, Sews On Buttons, Mon. GLENN William Everman
I SSffifEXTRA Schwartz
267.6668 Sydney
ograms, Embroiders Etc. As. Wingate Homes
sume Remaining 4 Payments of
4 Now Open SPECIAL 5530.900.! Ph. Finance Mgr, AM 7-


1960 VOLKSWAGEN. $900; car- "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"

RIVERFRONT new home. 3 bedrooms, IVt Bath, Double top boat $30;'Zenith transoceanic

Chickasha Mobile HomesSALES Garage, fully furnished (very lovely), Bulkhead. radio, $50.267.7724.KELVINATOR /
I &- /1
REFRIGERATOR,
$$16,000 31 x 59, large freezer, $40. 267- CortlAla'1' ZUeQcL
DIVISION AND LOTU. TERMS 2004. fJQ
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S. No. 1 2 miles North of Mims at Rocket CALL FI 5-3121 BY APPOINTMENT: ONLY FRIGIDAIRE, TURQUOISE, pull- ; J'l
Motel Phone AM 7-3097. out oven, electric range like ;>rtJcLf1

Open 7 days 9 A.M. until 7 P.M. new. 267.7435. I


SPECIAL! Local & Long Distance Movers WHEN I if I Washington 401 South ((8 AM Telephone 7.2011

50 x 10

2 BEDROOM $3960.00"A Moving rtrJ J $S&\\ Packing -- Colonial Heights -

Storage ffflfHSQi: Shipping
Investigate this attractive and ideally
LOT MORE FOR A LOT LESS" FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341
LOCAL AGENT located rsidential area. Brand New!

BREVAP.D RIDGWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD "" Each home with three bed rooms, two

FUR STOPAGE1600 N. U. S. No. 1 CRATING
baths and many extras. These taste- t
SEE
OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE I PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE

ful, efficient homes range from $15,700to
I

HOME SUBDIVISION $16,500. FHA financing with $600.00

,; Featuring: P Westwood Manor I. I Conway down payment and monthly payments R. vies Preda\ ni 1I....


r, as low as $104.00 include principal, interest ,


LARGE 75' r 110' LARGE POOL Old Dixie HighwayBRICK Don't flip quarters your "lid"are crowded if your taxes and insurance. Plans and
present Q specifications available'' on six homes
just call us and let us handle
LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHTJFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES
Spacious vans, ex '"
)'OIIr move. now under construction. CALL US FOR
movers see to it that 1
WATER Etc. HOMES, 3 Bedroom, 2 Full Tile move Is done in as little time APPOINTMENT. Convenient to Catholic

Baths, Central Heat, Built In Range as possible.Think of 4&-1 Church and School, Riverview,

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY w/Hood, Sod Lawns & Shrubs, Choice of Grammar and High School and shopp

: : Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. FIDELITYSTORAGE ing. EXCLUSIVE with,

/ : TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusvllle go north on Also FH.A. Homes from $13,750.00 to ; : r.rKrr.: Art eak.maa1.f Rad.rRatdential

0t : U.S.1 to Mlnu. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more & TRANSFERDAY

entrance on right. For free !Information 14500.00 $450.00 Down. Ready for
:lie J-e; e. Occupancy. Phone OR AM NIGHT 7-0228 yan.Conlvay & Wll( &lead .inc.


r'r'J : DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Agent REALTORS: .. INSURORS
J 267.5437, 267-5293, 267-2802 ALLIED VAN LINES Dial All 7.2011Day. Night/ or holidays
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I work
MOONLANDMobile BY OWNER NO CITY TAXES on this extra I guar.anteed
Oak Hill. 5Mi acres ----- --- .
TRAILERS FOR SALE with 459 ft. on Anal Road!, nice 3 bedroom its bath homein TITUSVILLE 3 BEDROOM 2 bath J; BEDROOM, deep well, closed i>Buying Iron, Steel Metals -27-3245..;. -
Home Sales depth 543 ft., just off U.S. No. 1, Spruce Hills. It has 1200 sq.. double carport, lam living garage, on crest Avenue, I PAINTING, expert reliable and
ft. living area and is only 4
FI5-3121. years old. The lot !Is 133 x 200 room wall to wall carpet.: $13,7511.) I contact Credit Union. Patrick I, 4 Miles South On U.S. No. 1 satisfying work. Estimates gladly -
TINY TRAILER TOWN Air Force 494-J1SJ.
QUALITY HOMES AND Campbell Associates! Inc. 210 S. Base. AM 7-0778.
ft. Priced at $13,500 with 80 percent Cocoa) Florida
DUPLEXES FOR -
r SALE ----- -
owtwe .,. TIn SERVICE financing. OAK TERRACE -Washington-Ave.- -, 287-732J. LOTS FOR SALE I FREE LP bottled gas Installation.
aJOOU'I U.S. 1 North of Overpass LARGE DUPLEX close in. A-l 3 bedroom, 1 bath deep WHISPERING OAKS 3 bedroom Services 2019 N U S. No 1, Tltusrllle.
Wtu.tNICNisCI Titusville 267-5695 condition $lW down $83 month. well, good: location $12900 only 2 bath family room, corner lot OAK HILL waterfront, ZOO x 250 Suburban Propane Gas Service.
0.11. ly. Call Uessner Realty, 267- $1000 down LANE AVENUE: :, with sidewalks MOO down ao ft., surrounded by luxurious 287-6411.
III u.s..uflu TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT 7125. f. L Whimpering Oaks, 3 bedroom, closing costs 1706 Smith Dr. So., homes OB paved streets high and EXPERT TREE service of all
a Q.1.lt. ..' m bath, room air conditioner1 Please call 247-1770. dry. Price $50 per foot. Good' kinds. Any t time 2678687. SINGER SEWING :Machine Co.
.....Tra..1 ?all... TRAILER SPACES HOUSES FOR SALE large screen patio excellent location terms Call Robert Realty, PI ( : ale and sen'Ice. Pinking shearsetc.
III .,... ..... M.u h.a Large lot. Reasonable rent $15500 with $1000. MOVE IMMEDIATELY Intou. 53121 HOME IMPROVEMENTS. No( job sharpened Phone AM 7-
George: M. Barley Inc., Phone or 4 bedroom homes brand new too mall Kitchens a speciality. 2244 I
SOW 1 LOCATIONSr Good transportation to Cape LARGE 3 BEDROOM I. IMi bath ATTENTION BUILDER. I lots
2673622. In area of much higher priced 2670234.
N.. i, iu N. out double carporte. $300 down, $tl
FRIENDLY SHORESU.S. each Oaks
homes. at Is. $2200 Shady
11w,.. I''Nw h. G."hmrrim\ a-U4H.m .llttch. No. 1, City Limits Edgewater. monthly; New 3 bedroom, 2 LOVELY NEW 2, 3, and .4 bed. i only $85 Small monthly down total payment payment.and subdivision large storage ware PAINTING Inside and outside. FREE'! !H!
?lo. 1, t Ml. north of bath, $500 down. $90 monthly. room homes. Forest Hills and VA no down payment. BRENTWOOD house and small house included. Call AM 7-748. I L.P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION
all,. .l Korkvt Mold I TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE Call Wessner Realty 267-7125 other areas. As low as $89.U ESTATES, west t on Gar-: Call ewner. 2675963. !
--- T V .
"" AM i-sovi SERVICE CALLS only 12 95,
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68 x 100 trailer lot, zoned for trailer 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH Florida per. Zeke month.Evans P. Construction I. custom builder Inc., _den___St., AM7142 n ____ _or_632_'5636.___ Sale or Rent and why pay more? T. V. Servo SUBURBAN GAS SERVICE PROPANE
Lakes.
8 x 40. $3700 cash. J. W. room Whispering Fruit 267-3267. WilY RENT ice Center 2673883.
MOBILE HOME OWNERS Childre Realty 267-2541. -trees.--267-1797- New 4 bedroom 2 bath, near LEAVING TOWN, sacrifice new 3 ROOFING: PAINTING additions, 2019! U. S. 1 IN- 267-6411

LIVE RENT TRAILER LOTS, 93 X 140 ft. Near 3 BEDROOM:\ 2 BATH nice lo 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, by owner. schools and shopping. $600 down; bedroom IVi\ bath. Large backyard and general repairs AU work
U.S. 1, 35 minutes to Cape. cation. 2673232 after :3 I p m. or Whispering Hills area. Phone 267- New 3 bedroom 2 bath on 100 x partly sodded, Assume low guaranteed free estimates, licensed FREE BOTTLE gas: in tallatlon.No .
.
1572.LUXURY: 100 ft lot, $450 down New 2 gas deposit required, no minimum
;
Terms to suit. Tinfow, Lenore anytime Saturday or Sunday. payments, $450 down. 2199 Lake) and bonded. 2673411.
--- bedroom on good sized lot $$2:! Side Rd. bills. Phone 267-3078: or 2671989 -
;-:t. F FREE E E Avenue. AM\ 71481. OWNER TRANSFERRED, make UVL G, new tile brick monthly after low down pay- -- ------ BRICK, BLOCK and cement work. Tltusville Gas_Coon .. I
4 bedroom
offeron 3 bedroom, veneer 3 bath ment 2 _
Trail.r Parts and Strvlct $3200 equity ; bedroom block on nice SchoolsAN Free estimates. Verger Construction. I
.'; $20 down payment and (20 a 2 bath t airconditioned\ double built in range and oven, dishwasher corner lot. $6900( with low down AM 7-5728. C..tlllue4 SemI. f a.t.r
'E month will buy your own full carporte on large shady lot, and disposal Intercom payment Ryan Realty.
Magnolia 4-
-
1" acre mobile home lot at beautiful Nu-Way Trailer Service fenced lot 1429 Oak Terrace, with AM I and FM radio central Plaza, 2675196 or 8R81 ELECTRONIC EDUCATIONis -
Christmas Park. Become "Your 1 House" 267-1935. oil heat and airconditioned, a guarantee of job security at
your own landlord. More than Stop Supply wood burning fireplace wall to INSPECT OUR spacious 3 and 4 high wages Contact FETI. 1(15King (
i ISO families now reside here. We have it or will get it GARDENDALE, 3 BEDROOM 2 wall carpet, double car garage. bedroom, 2 bath homes with i 7 St., Cocoa Plume 836-3720, i
Don't buy before you see for For Any Make or Model bath, florid room call 267-3783 fully landscaped, corner lot, closets, large 7' x 10' laundry day or evening.:
yourself. Only a few lots left. 1201 N. Dixie, New Smyrna Beach after 4 p.m. $27,500.() For appointment 267- room, carporte central heat Remember pay your Paper BoyHARVEY MAYBE WE CAN SWAP?
Tel. 428.5002 1928. insulated
fully prepared for ulr
CHRISTMAS PARK I BEDROOM, :2. bath, new, low conditioning
Ideally located
Route 50 Christmas, Florida Motor Scooter For Sale down; payment. Nicest section in SOUTH LAKE, 3 bedroom fencedIn large extensively landscaped on lot a .
Titusville. Forest Hills. 267-3564 $400 down, $64 monthly. Plenty
Phone Orlando 275-1727 between
fruit trees, roses and shrubbery. Route 1 (US) and Hop You may be cramped for spare while
SCOOTER 1958 BELLA, 7Vi kins St.. Mi mile north of Route
hp. INDIAN RIVER HEIGHTS 3 bed-
or Jo'II.\ qualify Titusville 4254 Al- Mr.\ X Is rattling around In lit all-of-a.
$60. 267.4229 after 6 p.m. room, Iii bath, shallow well. achua A\e 50. Within walking distance to
ALLEN REALTY -- ---- ---- Sell equity for $650. payments shopping, schools and churches.Confortl REAL ESTATELICENSE sudden.too-blg house
Cocoa 638-3790 Plumbing Supply $82 monthly. 267-6899. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, terrazao Realty (Realtors) 2G7-
floors carpeted, airconditloned, 1251. SCHOOL
Directions 12 miles west of SEPTIC TANKSof LEASE WITH option or trade. well and sprinkler system dou LAKEFRONT ESTATES---has--the- Start this Tuesday 7 P. M Exchanges: are often effected In real
Titusville on Highway 50 at Newly renovated, approx. 1700 ble carporte, good location paved homes with attend first sesilon is our guest estate. We know who has what and who y 1 1;
i advantages
Christmas, Fla.LEWIS recast concrete, steel-rein sq ft. 3 bedroom 1 bath Country street possession May\ 1. you'lllike.
3 bedrooms, IV baths wants which. Come In !let I1 li i
at and
forced, state-approved, sizes 540 home with one acre rich fertile Call 267.2981 after 5 p.m. or call HOWELL'S us help
I gals., 6.10 gals., 735 gals., and 1000 land. Also tractor with imple 267.2511 ext. 250.riTUSVlLLE 12,600. $500 down $79.38 monthly, BUSINESS COLLEGE you, toolCampbell! !' i
gals Grease traps installed, tanks ments. Located near U.S. No. 1 including P and I., 24 year mort
I pumped and cleaned, drain fields and north county line. Contact 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath gage. Large lots. Just south of 1528 S. Wash. Ave. (U.S. 1))
i I relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman AM 73858. Price at modern kitchen, all conveniences. Whispering( Hills Country Club 267-1161 \
$15,
& BROWN Septic Tanks Inc.. Phone AM 74421. 750 owner suitable terms. Florida room, airconditioned, (Rout 405)). George B. Barley, Associates, Inc
P. O. Box 2018 Titusville, I $18,000 Campbell Associates, Inc.. Tltusville. 207-3622. --- .-
Florida. 210 So. Washington. 2677325. ---- -- Realtors _:
BUILDERS INC. $950 DOWN payment $66 a month. I
I TITUSVILLE NEW 3 bedroom, 2
j Plumbing & Electrical Supplies porch.2 bedroom 2675359., 1 bath with screened I FOUR ROOM HOUSE with 2 bed 'i bath, aircondltloned home. $850 Have BUYERS For 210 S. Washington 267-7325

149 Tuscarora Road rooms. 267-2470. i down' $1M per month. Camp
I I Indian River City, Florida New Smyrna Plumbing bell Associate Int., 210 S. Wash Acreage
1
Inc.
267-7678 Supplies. legion! 287-7323.:

CompletePlumbing DUFFY'S LOVELY 3 BEDROOM 2 1. Need 50 to 10 acres for
and Elrctrl-- Supplies REAL ESTATECorner bath
o CUSTOM BUILT HOMES Water 8yitem Sprinkler gyitemi home. Spacious) living room, air- immediate development for WE'RE REALLY LONG ON
Pumpi, Plpei, valves. Fitting conditioning: carpeted, fenced 2 buyers.
I Let build home Copper Tubing Pl..tla Plp.aLlsbt U. S. No. 1 and 46 Mims USED
us a new Futures, Wlr i, Eta Hwy yard. Many extras. 108 Thorn. 2. Need Trailer Court site, CAR VALUES
for remodel 1232 Canal-New Smyrna Beach ton, 267-1IH.
or
you your
DURING
Phone 4282705Sun.NitesHolidays buyer ready< \to go. OUR ,
present one. Ask the people 428-9923 See Us FOR: IMPERIAL ESTATES, new 8 bod- ,
room, bath and half, must sell Commercial

Brown"who home own! a "Lewis & Real Estate 10 ACRES High and Dry, well located North of Mims. immediately, 267-6567., Low down payment I 1. Have Immediate buyer for

ACREAGE FOR SALE 3Vt acres or larger desire SASFAIE' .
4 EXCELLENT Producing Groves. 350' frontage or better

LOOK AT THIS I IN 70-ACRE RANCH, 30 miles from 3. ISO' x ISO corner lot for f
t missile base0.. mile on wide BEAUTIFUL 2 Bedroom House On Large Lot SEE THIS I service station-wants high
SCOTTSMOOR! cart of St. Johns River remote Bl MERCURY "Monterey" 2-door
location tops in natural beauty, U. S. NO. 1 HIGHWAY Frontage, Numerous Tracts. volume traffic prefer sport coupe. Bucket seats Power. $$2095
Intersection or fairly ma steering, Power Drake, AutomaHf
investment I -
a good group opportunity ,
NEW 2 bedroom, 1 bath homes,
at $500 per acre, terms. WAREHOUSE 13,000 Sq. Ft., with Railroad Siding.For jor atreets.Residential trnnnrrmlnn, radio( A heater
1 block west from Allen's Ser T. W. Mem, Sanford 322-2481 lor TOWNHOUSE!: APARTMENT!::
vice Station, then 1 block north appointment. Rent, Sale, or Lease. Newly constructed, within walk.
63 CORVAIR 2 Dool'SedaD. $5'595
'
follow the signs! Ing distance to schools ..ndShoI'Pinl ,
Remember pay your Paper Boy. 115 ACRES 3 Miles North of Mims. Ideal for Development. 1. 3 fldrms. buyer has good Kxtra; Clean
Center.
Total Selling Price Shown by appointment. position but smell and\ modest 63 CHEVROLET "Impala" Station
3 bedroom, 1% bath I down payment Wagon VII, rowcrnlide Transmit $52695
FOR SALE: One 3 bedroom house. Ideal location in I slonn. Powcrateerlng, n 4 II

$8,500.00Reaonable I BUILDERS Mims. Living Rm.,. Kitchen Space Real Estate 82 l'onD"XL 509" 2 dr Sport

Enclosed Garage Inc. Coupe VJ Automatic'Transmission, $52195 ,
Down Payment, WANTED PHONE AM 70821DUFFY'S Powersteerlng, Radio and Heater.
GLEN SCHLUETER
Central Heat
$80.00 or Less Per Month. I 62 CHEVROLET "Impala" 2 door ;
"FOREST HILLSESTATES" 267-6668
Super Sport Coupe V8, $52195 1
Air ConditionedFor Powergllde,
12 Year Mortgage REAL ESTATEAGENCY Radio and Heater6tRUtL

ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT Information Call

Homes For Sale! $3000 Per Lot! Rocket Motors

I 1-3 bedroom, 2 bath at 118 Pine. CHAS. JANNARONE e G.M. BARLEY U. S. No. 1 At Garden
Titusville Shopping Center 2(17388462IMPALA(
crest (U. S.1 S. near Titusville
AM 73441AWNINGS Guaranteed Warranty
Howard Johnsons) REALTORS
4 Only 13900.00 $1995
---- ---- -- -- . 342 Avenue for
Washington Loaded Hard Top on ;fuif>y aj>

2-3 bedroom 1 bath, Indian 287-3622
Riser Heights. REAL ESTATELAKE 61 T-BIRD $2295

3-NEW HOME under construc For Home or Trailers Cabanas I. Loaded Air 2 ':door, K-"LaSKbre"4$1695!$ f n fr&nrj Fairtane. .4

tion.heat 3 bedroom double, 2 carport.baths, central In- Carports Utility FRONT, Delightful 3 Bedroom home on shaded j REAL ESTATE 62 TEMPESTWagon -,; !Tranmlssion Door Sedan Automa., V8 $$595

M Gardandalc Section of Titus. Screened and Florida Rooms 1 acre lot on lake only 25 min. from Titusville. Tru- : Like New -Ion, Powenteerlng-,"R-& -If.-- __ _

ville. No Money Down! ly a dream house in a heavenly setting. 2700000. SALESMENATTENTION TODAY'SSPECIAL $1395 CIIEVY II, 4 door Ie. Air"59 CHEVROLET 2 Door "Bel f OrtT
J Sedan
UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAY! Terms. dan, Radio and $1395$ V.8 JQ/J

Heater ._
House Lot For Sale! 61 MERCURY$1795 ---- -' '---'
N Brevard Awning 57 CHEVROLET "Bel l
6 ACRES Industrial site inside city, close in, Great Potential 6ff( FORD Ranch Wa-
I Wagon Loaded V8, Air condition-, S$1095 1 Air" 4 door sedan, $$695
Sales
Located SR46. Size of lot 50 x $40,000.00, terms arranged.MOSt" ARE YOU AMBITIOUS? Including AIM! front Automatic Transmission Vi. F-owerglide Transmission -

I 130'. Total price only $275.00. 267-6333 or 267-2779 Radio and Heater Powerstcering. Power
I
I''- -- GORGEOUS homes in Cape area, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom DO YOU WANT SUB- 62 FALCON $1295 ----- -_ -brakes---Radio- --and -Heater.-- _

I Let us show you these completely different STANTIAL EARNINGS? 4 Door, Auto., R 4 H[ 60 PONTIAC "Ven- 49Qr 58 FORD Ranch
ttirm", 4 door auto- j | l jj gon, .4matic door, V8, Auto$895$
Kids Walk to School homes for discriminating tastes. Outside city but DO YOU, OR CAN YOU MONZA $1995Auto matlc Transmission; .

conveniently located. $25,750.00 terms. LIVE IN OR NEAR Clean Red Powersteerlng, Radio tt Heater Powersteerlng, Radio. Heater
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ado. ONLY $693 down No closing costs puts in extra TITUSVILLE? 61 DODGE 4 dr. i
you 59 FORD $795 Wagon, Automatic Sta'S1295$ 59 CHEVROLET $$695
nice 3 bedroom 2 bath Home in Excellent neigh Generous Commission Calaxle, Power [ Transmission Ton Pick.Up .

Moms Love the Kitchens! borhood. Schedule AvailableFor Steering Radio and..Heater t ,_ 60 -PONTIAC:". [ : doorf 4t\f\r- -

\ 58 MGA $795Red FALCON. 2 Door Sedan, Catalina Au'

I \JffJ 75 ACRES with over 1000 feet U. S,1 frontage. Pricedfor Full Particulars Clean Heater Station Wagon, with $$1 095 ornatlc Transmission..
Radio and Heater
speculation. Excellent for development, only Call or Visit _____ _
Dads Relax in Comfort! $1600 per acre. Terms arranged. 61 F-85 OLDS $1695 THERE'S A LOT TO LOOK FOR ON OUR LOTIqllJ !
Wagon Loaded

HUNTER ED KITTLES, AGENCYREALTORS Donn Searle 62 CHEVY 1$1695 1 I .2 Chevrolet -

8 REALTOR Wagon Auto Radio, Heater i

PRICED FROM INSURORS 412 Main f Street

PARK HOMES $16,200 FHA 611 S. WASHINGTON AVE. Titusville Florda 57 MERCEDES $795 7 USED CAR DEPT. -

I IN BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES I Phone 267-0831 (or) 267- 323 PHONE 267-5000 Good Condition I 1026 S. HOPKINS AVE. taw..,,._

INDIAN RIVER CITY 2t7- 'S.ZS SEC US TODAY I ... Phone 267-1234

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NO DOWN GARDENDALE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
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PAYMENT V':>ealtltt tl $ 15,00 0 TO $ 19,00 0

Several Large LOTS' FOR SALE In FAIR GLEN.

A Community Of Fine Homes J In Titusville $47Idto$685olgomesrealrieledtolsooaq.ft.tnlnimum.F t .

LOW DOWN

H A PAYMENT Only 2 Miles West of U.S. 1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER

3200 Garden St. Titusville

THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 ,or 267-2531







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Classified Ads PUBLIC NOTICES






Continued from Preceedlng Page Wanted To Buy :>$)m( r: or ii''iir.ITIOVrOH MtTIC: ot' tPI'I.ICVTIOX :NOTICE or MiLK: IN" Tilt (IKrllT tUlHT OK TUB IN Title CIKtllT ('01 liT. IV 1'Ij TIeR': tllltl'1T O'OEKT: UNTIl

T,\\ llt.Ml bolt '1.%\ hEEl!: !: I Notice I. hereby liven that pursuant :NINTH "11111 III. ('I KCt IT. INNII AMU SUIt 11.\11& .Ol.NO: | LIHIII 411)11.\1. t'IIII.1 IT. 110 A'4L0 lOll
Nolle.) li hereby given tint Lillian to the i'lnal Decree of Fore .\ \ rllK IIH.a .\IIIJ LOI. Tt *. t BaLlARD ( ut TMr.TII: or
GLASS SHOWCASE Dcx 846 Notice la hereby given that I.llllu, '. ., :NO. flic Isle (Twe rLOMIIIt
Pletrai holder of la. certificate No. ci osurienter.d In lb cause pending tl.OHIl ( '" ) I.N IllNftKV.! .
Used Cars & Trucks Mims, Florida 32754. IIMI.. Issued the lit day of Jun. A U *certificate Stephen No.Plttraa lHhi holder Itiued the of Sill las,, In the Circuit Court of the IN IHANCrHV: : : 1"114 OERTRUDK K. TEPLY.PLAINTIFF :N.. SlIm
In and for :\UIIl'l'I ': OK lOur : KINGS HIGHWAY BAVINOS
IMWi>> has filed same In my office Ninth Judicial Circuit
day of May A D. 1960. has flied
I
GOLD COINS will pay up to 4' and. has made application for a In office and. has mad, Brevard County, Florida In Chancery PATRICIA O. MILLKR. VI BANK a New' York corporation
same my
1961 CARMAN GIIIA. real nice. tax deed to be Issued thereon Said No. 27,119. the undersignedClerk PlalDtlff.v. JAMES O. TEPLY, PlaintiffVINTON"
times face value. Lee Gowan, 267 application for a tax deed. to bi t ..
embraces the will sell the property altu- "
a following
radio, heater, new WW rubber. Issued thereon. Said certificate era DEFENDANT "
3687 1514 Garden Street. hARVEY K. MILLER STEWART at si,
described
ileac-rlbsd property In the County olUreviril sled I In said County at!
braces the following described tlHC.ltt"1..&
Local owner. $1495. CaU Bud. prop Defendant >OTICK: or Defendants
Block l 17, of AMENDED
male of Florida) to-wlti: Lot S. In
2673211. GOOD, CLEAN, COTTON RAGS. 1.01. 43, 41. 45, 40 Block KM erty of Florida In lbs County to-wit of Urevard Via. .. PLAT OF WHIsPERING"' !! IN: THE NAME OF TUB: STATE Notice t Is hereby given that atBrevard I, NOT tin OF HI IT'
: LEIGH M. WILHON. Sheriff
TilE "
STATE OF
Star Advocate Main Street.t June Park Addition No.8.. per Lots SI, 02: Blk M LAKBd 8ECOND SECTION, ao- OF FLORIDA: FLORIDA
Florida
County, under sad TI) Joan A.
MILLER : Stewart whose
HARVEY K.
TO: :
Plat thereof
book 4 74 the a.
CHEVROLET, 58, 2 door, 8 cylinder plat pate Towns ubd aa per plat book 3page cording to virtue of writ of Execution:
by a residence la unknown.
AUTOMOBELEsT Auto II.... U T, 21 a. R. 38 E. 11 recorded In Plat Book U: at Whose residence Is unknown
standard shift, good con USED City The assessment. of the said Pate 10. of the Public Recordsof but whose last known addreasIs heretofore Issued out of the above Notice 1 Is hereby" given that suit
properly :
dition. $300. 267-2716. Parts. AM 7-3686. under the ssld certificate, la. lIeo. 18 T. 21 8. R. 87 B. Brevard County Florida. : entitled court o. the :ifOtn day, ef has Been filed In the above Indicated -
The assessment of the said property March 1114>4. In the above styled Court ...Inot you and against -
sued was In the name of Ella Ue- under the said. certificate Issued Together with all structures and North East. cause, have levied upon the follow. Vlnton Stewart Cocoa Aasoolates. .

1958 CHEVROLET stick shift, 6 Work Wanted Hart Rejaunler. In the name of David. Ella.. Improvements now and hereafter MarylandYOU Inf desorlbed property situate, lying Inc., and the United slates
Unless! aald certificate shall be redeemed and fiaturea attaohedthereho HARVEY1 K. MILLER are
cylinder. 2670456. abeth Thompson. on .Id land
and la Brevard
being County
,
of America, the title of which case
accordant- law the hereby notified that a Complaint for
property I s.o.s. '
and .11 rents pro.ceeds
Unless said certificate shall be .. Florida, to-wlli: la aa above shown.
described therein will be sold n Divorce has been filed against you,
1957 CHRYSLER Imperial Crown. IRONING: DONE: in my home and to the highest bidder at the courthouse deemed according to law. the properly and from profits said accruing prsraliss and all of to and you are required to aerve a liWO Falcon 4 door .sedan ID No. You arc hereby required to file

$640. AM 70972. will do light housework out. 267- door at 12:00: o'clock noon on described therein will be sobS accrue copy of your Answer or Pleading to OK 12 8 4)0636W4 ) your answer or written defenaealf
the first Monday In the month of to the hlgheit bidder at the courthouse which are Included within the fore- the Complaint on the Plaintiffs Florida LIcense 19D-2H8 any. In the above proceeding with

1964 H. D, 3/4 ton Chevy truck. 1917. _ _ June, A.D. IIMM. which li the 1st day door at 13:00: o'clock noon on going description and. the habendum Attorneys, STORMS PAPPAH AND aa the "property of the above nameddefendant the Clerk of this Court and to servea
of June. A.U. 134. the first Monday In the month or thereof, also all gas, steam electric, KBAHNY. P. O. Box 137S, Melbourne and that on the 12th day copy thereof upon tha plaintiff's'
283 engine custom cab radio REGISTERED NURSE. new in Dated this U day of April AD. June, A.D. 1904 which I. the 1st day water and other healing, cooking, Florida, end file the original of May, 104. between the legal attorneys whose name: and address

etc. Also, 10 ft., deluxe Del-Ray area, seeking ebployment. Doc.bra 1964. of June, A.O. 1964. refrigerating. Hinting plumbing, Answer or Heading In the office hours of sale, namely eleven o'clockIn appears hereon, on or before the
truck-campei.1 self contained.i 267-S185. Curtis R. Barnes Dated Ihla 21 day of April AD ventilating Irrigating air conditioning cf the Clerk of the Circuit Court the forenoon and two clock In llth day of May, 1984. the naturs of
office preferred.
196t. and power systems machines on or before the 6th day of May, ths afternoon on laId day, at the this proceeding being t lull to
Will sell camper alone. 267-9789. Clerk of Circuit Court Curtis R. Barnes appliances, futures and appur- 1964. If fall to do so, judgmentby Front Door of the Brevard County foreclose the lisa of a mortgage on
ACET. AND electric welding. Call lirevard County Florida which maY you Coirt House Tltusvllle Florida, I
Clerk of Circuit Court enances. now are or default will be taken against you the following described property
1963 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE, 4 Clinton 5-7690 South Daytona (Circuit Court Seal> Brevard County, Florida hereafter pertain 10 or b. uad for the relief demanded In laid will offer for sale and sell to the situate U Brevard County, Florida
door hardtop with factory aircon- Florida. Apr 24. Hay 1. 8. 18 (Frl) 11KH.xiric Circuit Court Seal) with In, on or about said premises Complaint. highest bidder f oroas h. In hand to will
Beach, Apr. St. May 1, a. 13 (Frl.) 11)64.orn ) even though they ba detached or tho above described property as the
Lot 1, Block T In PINER1DOE
ditioning. Power steering power : K: OKrri.K .vnoN' detachable at public tale, to the This notice shall be published for property of laid defendant to satisfy ,
brakes. $3095. Inquire Citizen's PAINT INTERIOR and exterior. pile TAx 5)5.555 :> r: OK .\J'I'I.II' \TIO vI hlgheat and best bidder for cash at four consecutive weeks In the Tl- aald. execution. Maid, property will UNIT NU. 2. a subdivision ao-

Bank or call 267-3281 after 6 CaU afternoon or evening. 267- Notice Is hereby given that 1.llIIall slit 'rt\ 5)EKI; l lNotice 1.:IKI o'clock Noon on the llth day TL'SVILLE: S'I'Ait-ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle. be sold subject to all prior record cording to la map Plat or Book plat 12 thereofrecordetl Pass
Stephen Plelras holder of tax Florida.
la Bast front doorof
hereby given that Lillian of May, l11ti4* at the ed liens
p.m. 4103. rtlflcate No. 1510 I luauecl,5 the Slat *. Stephen Plelras holder of Ian. the Brevard County CourthouseIn DONE!: AND ORDERED at Titus LEIGH 8 WILSON Sheriff 29 Public Records of ilrivard

day of Hay A O. 1U60, has filed certificate No. 42. Issueil the lid Tltusvllle, Florida. vllle, Florida, the lot day of April. Brevard County, FloridaBy County Florida.
-2) PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE WILLING: INTELLIGENT college same In my office and has made day of May. A t>. land, has file.. 14. : EHiabmh M, Conner DONB/ AND ORDERED at TI.
girl desires work. Experiencedin application for ala. deed. to be same In my office and baa mad CURTIS R. BARNES (ClKCl'IT COURT PEAL': ) Deputy Sheriff tusvllle, Brsvsrd County Slate of
white with red interior. Power general office work. Ann Issued thereon. Bald certificate embraces application' for a deed to to Clerk of the Circuit Court CUHTIS K BARNES Apr 10, 17 24 May 1 (Frl) 1964. Florida this Ith day. of April, 1164.
steering/ and brakes, radio, heat. the following described prop. Issued thereon. S IJaer l .I embraces By V. S. $panlrr Clerk of the Circuit Court CURTIS R. BARNES
er automatic transmission lined Welly AM 70663. erty In the County of lirevard. Mute the following described" property Deputy Clerk lirevard County Florida. l IN TIIK': l'IIItlT I tOt KT (>r Till: Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Florida. to-wltl In the County of Bnvard, State (t'OURT PEAL: ) BY Bertie HallDeputy .N IN III JIDKItl IHtllT, IX By V. 8. Spangler D.C.
glass, new WW rubber. $219 YOUNG MAN age 18, desires Lot 4 Block W of Florida, to-wlt: '. Apr. 24 (Krl.) 1964. Clork .' :Ml StIlt HHtt .\KI) tOL.NTV.: KOKHa, WIGHT Bl'KFOHU
Call Mr. Weeks 2673211. work after school weekends. 267. Magnolia Park-Plat No.2.. per Lota 22. 23 Blk: 69 Apr. 3. 10, IT 21 Frl.) 1W4.IN IOHIIIA.I I American. National Bank 1110*.
plat book S Pairs 74 Sun Valley Subd at per> plat \.NltKY: Nt). ......\\11 P. O Box 11988
(1 TEMPEST, sports coupe, air. 2716. Weo. 83/4 T. rt/M: 8. R. 87/37 IS. hook 11 page 29 :XITIIKBONYA m. Petersburg 33 FloridaAttorneys
'IH( t IT ('Ul HT Or 1'111I'fll <: THE: CIHCIIT COIKT OF THE
IS Tilt ( for !
Sec. 28 T. 22 a. R. SS E.
The assessment of the said
radio heater property M. BEDDINOFIELD.Plaintiff..
conditioned power, SN.55NIS VIh .51 51I( 5.05. ClltlllT IN' AMU: nvrFrI.
The of the :\ : JIIHIML\ tlKCIir Apr. 10, i IT, 14, May ( ) 1964.IN .
under the laid certificate Issued assessment mild
proa .
automatic bucket seats. Need l\" Tin: cia('I IT ( 01 M r 0. 1'1"11'11 : KIR IIKK\AKI IOIM1. tOM URI\\HII!: 10I.JOoTI'Lull.: .
was In the asm of Thomas eli? under the said certificate Issued -
:\ : Jll"Kltl.I IIMIir. INAMI
Hi
I.UKI1> \
little work. $1100. 267- ll'tUDINQrlELD.Defendant.
body Quest. waa In the name of Thomas .
K>K IIHt.l .tlll> tlllNTl: IHA.NCkHV: tt)'.S IN C II \N('r.KY; M). tool 11: WILLIAM T. :
7849' after 5 p.m. } IIIK1I.t Unless laid certlfloati' shall be re- K.' Applegate et ux. Mini K 0.llIltTI.Ut: >01 lit. TO llrrbNU!:: OK OKDLUo : TUK; (',IM :>TY "IIOK'S
'mNO.: 7ICISoru / deemed according 10 law, tho Unless said certificate ahall be redeemed TO: Mr. William T. Beddlngtleld
.
IIMM prop.erty lOKtcLOHl: UK 11.\1.1: SIC rim H .v rioN\ stir OUR UIHT. HHfcVlHU C.UUJoof\ ,
WILL TRADE automobile for any > K; 05. I'r.rmoN' d.ocrlbed th.r.ln will b. sil according to law. the property I'I.IIK .0Itt.ll.II..I' KbMcCAUOHA.N ; c/o J. L. Beddlngflelil tLUKIDl.O. .

kind of garage equipment. ton .tuui'riuNPETITION : to the highest bidder at the courL- desrrlbpd therein will be aId: FIRST FEDBRAL 8AVINO8 & blOltT AGE COMS'ANY Route 1 :\ .
to the bidder
highest the
at courthouse
: :I OF SA.NDV ARM- house door at 12:00 o'clock noon on Oiandvlew Tasaa
PALM INC. Florida ,
LOAN ASSOCIATION! OF a corpniatlon IN REI ESTATE or
Browning Auto Sales, 405 Hop- MTKUNO and JL'LIA AIUHI1'lw.IlJ.hi. the first Monday In the month of door at 12:00: o'clock noon on Plaintiff.ADELINE : You are hereby notified that a
kina 267-1520. wire, for the Adoption, ...f ANTHONY June, AD. 1964 which. Is the lat day the first Monday In the month of bAt FLORIDA a curporaUon I'lalotllf Complaint for Divorce b.. been ALIDA DnA WDY PLATT
CILOVKH" ami CYNTHIAANN of June. A U. 1W4. June, A.O. 1M! .4, which la the lat day : M. DK'ATON, a widow. filed against you and you ars cequirod Decsaaad
of June, A D 1984 v. of An. NOTICE OK INTENTION Tit
Motor Co. OLOVER. Minors Dated this 21 of A.Dlam. OAI8FORD et al., aud still nut remarried to aerve a copy your
Magnolia day April JOHN F.
TO: JOK UI.U\Mt; and UUStJlU! Dated thla 21 day of April A D. Defendant swer or Pleading I to the Complaint I MORE; "I'I'UI'\TIIItI: KH

'International llnrvrntpr Trucks BANKS ADAMS 1964. Defendants. TO: ADELINE M. DEATON. a on the Plaintiff's attorneys.. MOHAN ISAL IMsCH! IKIiK:
Curtis R. Barnes Curti. R. Tames if MORTON P. O. Box 5104. Tltusvllle TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN .
Cocoa Florida and still remarried84U
Scout 4-Wheel Drive HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Clerk of Clasult Court.lirevard Clerk of Circuit Court.Hrevanl NOTICE! I. hereby given pursuant widow not Florida and file the original INOTICE
YOU AUK !! : to a Final Decree of Furs- Georgia Avenue
Sales Parts Service a Petition has been tiled, In CojTily, FloridaCircuit County Florida closure dated the 22 day of April Silver Oprlnifs, Maryland Anawer or Pleading In the office 18 HERtdY GIVEN!:
the above itylad Court by HANDY! ( Court Heal. I) (Circuit Court NesS) 1jt" .. and entered I In Chancery No. YOU. ADfe.Ll.Nlb!: :; M. DEATON.!! of the Clerk of the Circuit Court that Frank Letter Platt. .. Administrator .
Ki03 W. Canal Rt. 40 ARMSTRONG and JULIA ARMSTRONG Apr. 24, May 1. 1, IS (ttrt.i) 1XU! Apr. 21. May 1. 5. 15 (Frl) I'Wt. 27625> of the Ninth Judicial CircuitIn are hereby notified that a Complaint on or before the lath day of May of the Estate ef Allrta

New Smyrna Beacb hit wife, for the adoption and for Rrevard County. Florida. fur Foreclosure of Mortgage has Ilf84. If you fall to do ao. judgment Drawdy Platt, deceased bat corn-
4284761Townsend of ANTHONY (1I.OVKR: and wherein FIRST FEDERAL: SAVINGS been filed against you, and you are by default will be taken against you pitted the ailmlnlstratlon of said
CYNTHIA ANN GLOVER!! Mlnori. STARADVOCATE'SCrossword -> LOAN AF.MOCIATION. OF inquired to serve a copy of your for the relief demanded In the Com ssiate, and has filed hOe final rs.

by the Petitioners, bANUY ARM- PALM BAY. FLORIDA Is plaintiffand Answer, or Pleaillnis, to the Complaint plaint. turn and application for discharge
Auto Parts STRONG and JULIA AItI>lTRUNU.( JOHN F. OAISFGHD el al., on the Plaintiff' DONE AND ORDERED at Tltus. After filing proof of publlcallon

Cars hi. wit.. and you are required t.; Puzzle are defendants, I will sell to the Joseph M. Fltsgrrald. 236 Security. vllle Brevard County Florida, this showing this Notice has been. published
Used Parts sores a copy of your An.w>.r or highest and best bidder for oath st Trust Building, Mlsml Top Prices Paid For Objectloni to show cause why iHliI, the East front door of the CounlyCourthouse and file the original Answer or [,COURT SEAM) weeks, the mstter of approval
Petition ahoulil, not be granted. on In Tltuavilis, Florida Pleading; In the office of the. Clerkof CURTI4 R. BARNES of said report and lb. ordering of
Wrecked Cars! th attorney V for petitioners. ROII durIng the legal boura of aol, on the Circuit Court on or before the Clerk of tAo Circuit Court IlKtrUutloB of acid estate will oorne

Free Statewide i Teletype Service EHT A. SCOTT 282S! North llabcork ACROSS DOWN 19. Bra-. A l the tun day of May 19114.; the following 6th day of May A D.. 1DU4. If you Bievard County Florida before the COdrt. Objections should
Mrset, Melbourne, Florida. and file 1.Maize 1.NepUve s11lan I > described property as set fall to do so, Judgment by default By V B. truanaler be Immediately filed.
6 Miles North Of Minis the original In the office of the ,- E forth In the final Decree. will be taken against you for the Deputy Clerk Dated this 24th day of March..
Tltusvillc 267.1351 Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before 5. Breakers' electrode palm relief demanded In the Complaint MORAN MORTON: 11)64.)
: : Lot a. Block 40, KUMAC BUB-
rN2All 9. Melody 2. SwedlIli 21.Born recorued In flat The description of the real prop. Attorneys for Plaintiff If FRANK LESTER PLATT

WILL TRADE automobile for any. NOT nr a PcrrraPro 10. SmeU eoln 22.Sweet. I_ Book DIVISION 10. as 63. public records erty proceeded against la: P. O. Box UTltusvllle. Frank Letter Platt Administrator .
Confesao will be entered ....In.L It. Stair J.Tears page Lot 14 Block 48, nf PORT Florida 82780 of Estate of AlldaDrawdr
of value. Browning Auto heart of Brevard County. Florida:
thins you. MALABAR UNIT TWO. accordIng Apr. 17 21 May 1. I (Frl.) 1964.IN Platt, deceased
Sales 405 Hopkins 267-1320.: WITNESS my haml and the seal 12,-.,. 4. Not nice 2'.Tidy A 'c CURTIS: R. BARNES Clerk of to the Plat thereof recorded Murray W. Overalreet. Jr.

of said court In Tltusvllle., Florida. pneumonia 8. Sun 28. Mri. l '" H the Circuit Court In Plat Book U at Page 65 Tilt flHNTY: JLUUE's Attorney for AdminiatratorP.
WHOLESALE PRICES thin 2l.t day of April. 1911$. 14. tlLlll&e..Japancee Cantor By: Bertie Hall Clork of the 5'..LI la Kecnrda of Bre HHr, IN: .%:MI FOISt IIKr.\''% .O O. Box 493Klaslmmte :
(CIRCuIT COtTHT KRAI.: ) Deputy vard County, Florida., ( CIt ?uT\', FLORID Florida
FOR CASH tion shrub 29.Insult L I Circuit Court Seal)
(
CURTIS It. HAIINKS: This notice, shall bo In R.I: Apr. 0.16, 17. S4 (U'rl.) 1964.
publishedonce
57 Chevrolet, 6, stick $375 CLERK OF CIKCIMT COURT 15. Pigpea unJ'f..Mechanical 8O'Oil a .aa. Apr. 24 tl'cl.) 1964. each week for four consecutiveweeks Estate nf MABEL BLAKESLEE .

55 Oldsmobile, 4 dr. liT 200 BY V. K. .KPANOLKII: 17.: Single mae of In the Tltuavllla Star-Advo MILLIKEN

60 Plymouth 4 door 695 DEPUTY CLERK: 18. Kettle ..- rose 'raperin& cate dsceamlSOTKK
ROBERT A. IICOTT 20 Chines LIazt petala of 5 IX TIIK': tune I IT flit) 'HT OF TIlE: DONE AND ORDERED at Tltua- : OF MtlXI I'KTITUINOK : OTII.t; or INTIONTIUY" ; TO
4 door 300 point a
56 Oldsmobile Attorney for petitioners NINTh: Jllll\L I < liSt 1. IN yule Brevard County Florida this 9 tINtt: IliuO'll.K.K Of KrllllTKK: rKTITKHM N\\ir.:.
60 Buick. 4 door HT 1195 2)125 North Babcock Street river Letharcto 33.Amert. .teepte ,\MI: I rOH HKtVAKU 10 tL NTh lot day of April A.D., 1964. l.fldTIIHNotice : : NOTICE It HEREBY GIVEN.
62 Falcon radio. heater 995 Melbourne Florida 23. None Sleep C&ft 31. Ant M.UKIUl Court Real! )) Is hereby given that I thst the undersigned. will register

55 Ford. V-8 pickup 375 Apr. 21. May 1, I. 15 Prl ) l'K)4.ADDLNG ) war god 13.Female snoUt Loca.t1ot\ l'II.\l..H\: : 1HI.MNOTK 1 CURTIS R. BARNES! have filed my final returns aa Administrator with and the for Clerk Brevard of the County.Circuit Florida CourtIn
'
: K Ol Ml If den of the EnlOIs -
rotC ots
84.
23. Cola: Port. EmClamor CLERK. CIRCUIT COUHTBY
57 Ford. Vstick 225 aa required bv Section a'j S.IIII, Florida
S3 Oldsmobile runs good 63 MACHINE ROLLS, only 26. htegardiaji: u. Measure. ploy 45. Conclounlon JOSEPH EARL URYANT.PlalnLlft.. ) Bertie Deputy Hall Clerk t of MABKL. deceased:BLAKEIfLiEMILLIKEN. thai I have Statutes 1W1. the following fUitllloiil -

Browning Auto Sales 25c each at the Star-Advocate abbr. meat by u Orowu 47.:Not: v. Joseph M. Fltsgerald tiled my petition for distribution nonielINFORMATIONAL,

405 2C7-1520 27. Kind of yard. white s>retlS MARJORIE ANN ERYANT.Defo'olant. 216: Security Trust Building and for fInal dlochar,.., and that RESEARCH!:
Hopkins .1.1Q duck Miami 32.! Florida pn Msy tlrri: 1W4. I will apply to S-ERV1CE8
r I r ;- 7 8 TO: MARJORIH ANN BRYANT 1 FRanklin 1-S6TJ the Honorable VirgIl B Conkllng. Under which the undersigned
29. Riven [
r I IVt North TenncaseaDanville I Apr. a. 10. 17 .24 (Frl' ) 1964. County Judge of Brevard County. expects ta engage In buslnesa at
Latvia Indiana. Florida, for approval of said final P. O. Box .IW8./445 North WalerwayDrIve
.R 81. cItrIc i 10 = g Returns and for sn Order of Distribution Satellite Beach Florida.
name YOU ARE IIEKKLIV: NOTIFIEDthat :NOTK' h Or" S 1\: T t.\: .tlU'i) : TO and for Final! Discharge aa That tha parties Interested In said<
t '0. II i IZ a suit fur divorce has been. IIMoJ..n.K tll"IIIIIIIII11': : Administrator, ctadbn. of IhrEmate business enterprise. Is as follows:
'- USIDCARS 32. RaUe I tiled' ag.lust you In tOe C'lrcuft In compliance with Hou e Bill No. of Mauel Blakeslee Mllllken. WHITE-WKBHTER: AHHOC1ATEW. -

/ Position of Court of the Ninth Judicial' Circuit U1). Chapter Number 2iW. Lawsof dece..d.' INCORPORATED:
\ :; :: an actor Iq 111-i V/.II i' 1f4t iT la and for Brsvard County. Fiorina. Florida Acts of 1941.>> the undersigned BANK OF MELBOURNEAND : UYi ALFRED: D WEBSTER
'J .. play'h entitled JOHiil'H; KARL BRYANT, will register with the Clerk:l TRUST COMPANY PREnI DENT:
__ ...... _'.. a .ii': Zl. Plaintiff, Va MARJOKIK ANN:I of the Circuit Court In Brevard Administrator, c.t.a.d.b.n.By ATTEST:
-'- 38. Often) 118 I BRYANT, Defendant Chancery No. County Florida upon receipt of Richard 8. Carnry ROHKRT C. WHITE,
'
poet. 2H161. You are hereby required to proof of publication of this notice, Vice Prealdsnt and Trust SECRETARY: :
.
Weaken .19 2+ 7. Z5" Vh "/ V.0. .. serve a copy of your answer or the following fictitious name OfficerWILLIAMS FRANK M WOLFE
r//"h ,,, 'h other written defenses to the Complaint to-wtt: 'Arvon Advertising Agency" GBILICH ATTORNKY AT LAW
.Type 2.1i1 if 28 23 90 filed. herein upon JUSTICE; under which I am engaged lu business Attorneys for EstateP. posrr omen BOX 7W
measure McCAREY. P. O. liox 541$. Cocoa at Mimi Florida, and that the O. Box 118Melbourne. COCOA BEACH. FLORIDA
Bun rod Ueacn. Horlila. Altorneya for Plaintiff underalgned, Is the only person Interested Florida Apr. IT. 24 May 1, 8 (Fri.) 1964.TO .
43. Leave off V'I : 51. U and to file the original, thereof In bid Dullness.Dated Apr. 24 May 1. 8. 15 FrI ) J36I.
In the office. of the CIcrK of tne at Tltuavllle Florida tills
a> alyllable 343s3 31 3a Circuit Court of Urevard County, 82nd dRY of April A.D. 11M>4 NOTICE I- lTKNTleiN: TO ADOPT Itt l.KT;
I Florida, on or before the 25 uay of W. T. HennlevApr. \ I'.S': II 111II4.1..1. .
48. AsIa- 'I May A.' D 1964. 24. May 1 ,s, 13 (Frl) 1904. I WHOM tit'AY roNCF.RrNHAND rn' ALL OWNERS' PERSONS' ENiVrr -
Ireland; : r r0 40 t- ;: iJ. HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Decree TITIFM gN rwvTRAL AND SOUTHERN FLORIDA FLOOD
Pro Confesso will be entered against IV Tilt; (1111'11'1' ( fll'IIT fir Tit bMN1II ; CONTROL DISTRICT TAXB9. .
poet. 'W 44 15 4i 4-7 you for the relief prayed for In said JIIIIU" IIHtlir. IN VOTTB IS HERKBY GIVEN. In cnmpllance with and by authority; otpr9,811
40. Boys'Jacket 1 ComlI.lnl. AMI OR lIBEl!: ABI> lOlMr\, Florida Statutes as emended and Chapter" 2.270.
- DON! AND ORDERED at Titusvhii' r I.OKIII1tlllNlrKl ida. ;: the Governing Board: of Central 1 and Southern; Florida Flood.
7'so. / -16 r// .lnrI Dlipatoh r.i"/ A. D. 196. :\IIII It h IIV 1'1 II Ul'.'1110:: virtue of the laws of the State of Florida. Intends lo .flo.1, the following
51. Camper1 31 CURTIS R. BAHNES natct!: WILLIAM LtaswiNti.Plaintiff.. tentative budget or aa the same may be amended for sold Dlllrlci for the
require Clerk of the Circuit Court for July 1. 1M4 and ending June BO, 1965.
meat - Brevard County, Florida VS B.rmlt5."o! m loWrals-d' hy DIstrict '.'0. 1.0110.000.110|
t-24 By Bertie Hall KATHRYN M. LEgaWl.NO.Defendant.: Oenersl I Revenue Fund State of Florida 5,5151llflO.000'

1963 Deputy Clerk poll Escrow: Aorount M.OUOOO
FORD GAX $$1995 (Court Seal TO: KATHRYN M. LESStVINO! Estimated amount to be received from other

Apr. 24. May 1, 5. 15 (Frl) 1I. 11 East Terrace .onrc. IU5.ooo.00
Lakewood. New York Entlmated unoblliated or net balance whl.h. will
V-8 Air Conditioned YOU ARK HEHMIY NOTIFIEDthat : be on hand at the beginning cf the above referredto

a Bill of Complaint for Divorcehas fiscal year 1.551,100.00Ectlnlaletl
Brevard Lumber CompanyREADY.MIXEDIN.TRANSIT 100 UT0\ I' sOLE been tiled against you and you
Notice I. hereby given pur.uant are hereby required 0oaervea copy total funds available I 14,060.000.00
1962 MERCURY METEOR $$1495Air to a 'In.1 Decree of forecln.n ore of 'our Answer to the Dill of Comrnplaimt For Conttructloa
.dated. April 2*. 1IM>4. and entered In on the Piaintiff attorney 1,renn.h Services f U.IIOft.1IO
CONCRETE Chancery Case No. 27814 of the Cli- and In file the orIginal An.w..r III Contractual I Service 13 vim
Cond. V-8 Automatic cult Court of the Ninth Judicial the nfflce, of the Clerk of the CIrcuitCoutt Cemmotiltles iw.i:J5.no
Building Material Lumbar Paint Hardware Circuit In and for II rover" County on or before the 4th d"y of Capital Outlay t.BST.VUO

WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSESLet Florida, wherein YONKERS SAVINGS May 1UU4. If to do ao, Juan- "'
BANK. a New York Dunking merit, by 'er.'llf"I.: : will .be taken Total f 3.63V.ST.

1962 CHEVROLET BEL AIR $$1695 Ui Give You An Estimate Corporation Is Plaintiff and EDWARD against you fur the relief d.maadedIn
MES8ER: and LUCINDA the lllll of Complaint For Acquisition of Land and Other Purposes
rrompt Delivery Phone AM 7-3831 MK.f.SKlt.: his wife, are Dt'f nilnnis, DArED at Tltusvllle.. Florida, this Perannal I fervlctaContractual t 97.nn4I.1IO
Radio and Heater Extra Nice I will sell to the highest and best 11 due of April 1W4. Service t lo 590(10:
bluocr f..r cash at the front ....or (COURT SEAL! :: ) Commodl'l n I I $70.00':
of the lirevard County Courth,'UHe Curtis It .II srne. Current Charges J.scwno
--- In Tltusvllle Urevard County Florida CUKTI8 BARNES:'" Capital, Outlay Rights of Way f. 8T.470.111t
$1395 at 11 0 clock A. M.. on the lltn CLKKK. tlllCUIT COURT Capital Outlay Equipment ttxiono
1962 FORD FAIRLANE $ day of Msy 1H! >4. the fnllowlnit des KKKVAHD COUNTY Contingencies 20.onti.ooT.51U90.001

crlbed properly. set forth In said rLOIMOA

Final Decree, to-wlt: Byi Brrtle DIalS.ISepuly Total I
V.8 Radio and Heater SkillclPlrtle Lot 1*. Illock H. Hectlon H, ClfV "
HOWE GARDENS: bUBWVIW- FRANCES ANN JAMIEttON: For Reserve : 111.1)00.00)

ION. according. to plat thereof Attorney for Plaintiff
.. recorded. In rial Hunk U: Post office U"i Ul For Tan Asleisoms' Feel ;:; S 14..800

1961 BUICK SPECIAL $$1395 Page 84 Public llevorda of Ure taps" Canaveral. FloridaApr. .I thl ;. ,
vard C'ounty, Florida. 8. 111. 17, 24 Frl.) 1884 For Operation and Maintenance .' '..
Districts Works
r
I
(Court Heal)
V.8 .- Automatic Curtis n Ilsrn- I Personal I StrvleeaContractual I Services .t, 0. 9 l.it.O50.flO 106.005500:
CIRCUIT: ln'rilEIsnt'llroolstrol'THLl'oflt
CI. "K OF TUB
I COURT % Jl III) Ml. tl1&tI. ". 1"1 Commodities 0 .1)1) I.". .. 41.iitnooI )
Uy V. ri. Spangler .\NI> rOH \BHBt.tHII till :>'I\. Current Charges I t. I F .. 11I1.8111100
.. FOR SAT Clerk rIOKIDttil Capital Outlay "'to ; 100,214)00Contingencies '
Deputy ;; .
1961 METRO HARDTOP $$598 I Apr. II (Frl.) 1961. INI r.K%' :XI. SOIlS (;: ,4 ,. 'i ,t. 28,0041,00.
:oru r. "
9 St'
h I CHICKENWith CHAKLEal: E.: KIDDICK Total i.217.Tlri
Standard Radio and Heater II Plaintiff A''' .
I Mlflt\:, or \-l'l.IftTION: ... For Conduct'' of the Affalrl ol the T 0*
rOH T\\ ......11 SHIRLEY: r. KIDDICK District Generally .
Notice la hereby given that Lillian Defendant Personal Service" I : 251 mono

1960 FORD 500" $$695 Stephen Pletran halt rent tax OHIIFH: OF I't HI.IT \TIONTO' Contractual Services .; .. ono 00

certifIcate No. IMA Issued the Blot : SHIRLEY: F KIDDICK Commodities .i .. .i ii.ioomm:" :
I I :
day of Nay. A D 1MO.. has filed YOU ARE: HEREBY: : NOTIFIEDthat Current Chergee .
Automatic Radio: and Heater 99C same In my office and has maile a suit for divorce baa been Capital Outlay 51,496.00Contingencies
application for a tasilee 4 to be filed against you I In : Circuit 1,11111.00Totti \
:1
Issued thereon. Haiti certificate.m. Court I of the bUdc Circuit
braces. the following described property U and for Brevard County. Florida. I 874.940 00
1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA $$1095 ) In the County of Brevard Stale entitled CHARLES: E KIDDICK. EstImated: total expeadlturas 8 14.06000600
of Florida, lo-wlt: Plaintiff vs. riHIRLEY F. RID- tit I ma ted antoual which will appear at the beflnolngef

French FrUt. Cole Lola 4. 5 Blk S Re-8ubd of DICK Defendant Chancery No. tha above referred, to fiscal yoarss obligated
Air Loaded Silks A. B. C. D. N, O. r1, Q :2H1UI You are hereby required le upon commitments made but Incomplete f Hfl.ODflfH)) I
Factory Slaw. Buttered Roll. that part of Blks L. M. R .8. T, .rve a copy of your .wee or That on the 15th. day of May. A.D., 194. at nine e'rlotk am. la the
Commlsalnner's M>ellsg Room ef the S4. Lucia
of Towne's Hubd as per plat other written defenses to the Complaint County Ceunty Courthouse
Pr filed herds upon Howard Fort Pierce. Florida, hearing will ke afforded. Ul all ....r.. persons, er entitles : I
book : T page. as S. R. n E. W.rr.n.I No. Atlantic Ave, who are or may be subject te laid Dlatrlul (I..... their attorneys or
1
1958 RAMBLER STATION WAGON $$545 I FOR ALL DAY FRIDAY The 5.0.assessment of the said property Cocoa Beach Florida.. Attorney for agents, 10 appear before said Board and show their objections lo said Budget.Thla I

FISH SPECIAL cf ;YffRIr\\ under the said certificate Islurd the Plaintiff and file the original Notice. ahall be published la the elghleea ceunUes of tIme District In .
of Paul 3.Itodry. the office. of the Clerkof with existing law*
: was 'In the name thereof In .CCfOa.D-;:: ;:
Automatic Radio & Heater .. the Circuit Court of Brevard Ith day of April ml.
All The Fish Y.w Can Eat '
Unless aald certificate shall be redeemed County. Florida, en or before the CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN FLORIDA
Cole SlawButttrad according to law. the property 181 h day of May 1M4HEREIN FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT BY ITS
Roll 69 described) therein will\ be sold FAIL, NOT or a Decree GOVERNING,, BOARDBy
.
French Fries C to the highest. bidder at the court Fro Confeaao will be entered against /./ Riley SI. Mile
;
McCotter Ford ( house door at 13:00: o'clock noon on you for the relief prayed for Inssld airman
the first Monday. In the month of ComplaintDONR (Seat')

lune. A.D. 104.! which .Is the lit day : AND ORDERED at Tltusvllle ATTESTs
TRADE IN DIVISION June> Florida. this 15th day. of April. O E. Dall, Jr.
ttan, day .f April A.D. 1JH4: Secretary
730 S. WASHINGTON AVE. 267-2837 p .tr.GR.A: FoF: 1964.Dated (COURT SEAL Member of Boar

.. Curtis R. Barnes Curtis R. Fames Robert R. Horaer. Tlce-Cbalrmaa
"Central FI,', Tradln'.t Ford. ...1,," Clerk of Circuit CourtBrevard Clerk of the Circuit Court C W. Koller
Pitt!. Plata Tltuivlllo cnunlv. Florida By: Perils Hall.Deeuty W. ft. guolt
.fT'o ', r -, ... Clerk R. L. Kesri
t AI 2 7'y! 1"' .\IJ JM I 9!" p.. 1. 5, (Frl 11!*<. Apr. IT. 24 May. 1 (Frl) lt1114.

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Student Art Work Is On Display


Mental Health $tar Advocate Painting and drawings by t their> t..ichers and parents
students in recent art daises: will
Non display -tailing today at Three Baptised At
The Vole of 25.000 North Brtvtrd County Resident the Stevenson Gallery of Art Trinity Lutheran
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Film Set HereThe Section C TITUSVILLE FLORIDA, FRIDAY APRIL 24, 1964 Pag 1-C A reception for the Stevensonwill Tliier v ry young children 'e
LCIiR Edward: M cuved tli-, Holy Sacrament of
formally open the exhibiton n.II'ti-m|' hctnrt the usual tarecrowd
91st day Why Friday evening ut 8:00: ut the ..I t Trinity
Mental Health Association : more day a \\ornlupcis
of Drevard County will pre must society turn its back on art gallery located l off US 1 at Lutheran\ .. Church of Indian 1 Rise
sent an DO.minute film drama her husband after 90( days? Zone Board Approves the Tituavillo MarinaAppiojklmatdy ei C'lty last Sunday April 'lUthA"i
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about mental illness: and its ef She refuses to resign herself to \ twenty drawings \ "na:; the babies baptised
feet on the lives of a young the inevitability of lifelong hospitalization and, paintings, InctudinipoitiaiU More the two adopted i nildrcn
couple during Mental Health and sets out to and still life, will be of Mr. and !Mrs Keith Valentinoof
Week, April 26 May 2. create a 91st day for her bus shown. Pmt !:it. John Muh.I hi till. ,
The film will be shown in Ti'usvilh band. The public is: invited to see tin 4 months of i see/: and Linda Susan
on Tuesday, April 28, Inspired by the report to 6 Of 11 ApplicationsFour entire display during the week 17 months old.
8.00 p.m. at the Citizens Dank Congress by the Joint Commissiun stutnH: Sdtuuljy. April 25th. Th. third baby. wu Mar'nn
Community Room. on Mental Illness and Heal Comni,iruii'r Stevenson also ex Martin llr..I. k. 14 month old ton
th, the film was produced for l Is nd' u spe'ml invitation! to all nt Mr and Mis Jinimie Mimkilso
,, located at the northwest led request for vacating and ab sonic shown to be' platted Druid
Following the showing of the change requests and
,
the National: and French Laboratorici zoning sihool/ children to attend with (If Kurt St John
film a discussion will be held : of Philadelphia. one special use permit and two miner of U. S. 1 South and Grail jncia'unii: that part of South St. Kill: Park in IIJ7;! and rt'plattrd : -- --- ---- --
about the probUms and Issues O'Neal has appeared in more parking plans were acted upon tn Street. lying! between Avocado Ave as (lo.ithtrj-c' Subdivision 1'Mb\ t,I -- .
the film. tN Wednesday night meet until meeting and Highland Tirr.ui. In older! to clear titli onpropertv
presented in than 300 television shows, including tit Postponed next The Best
the Titusville Planningand Development Approval l of petition fromproper This properly IS located on tin
of
[ Directed by Lee R. Dobker, "The Defenders, "Aliee ins action on Parkway
retail George La North aide of King St VMM 1 III i r"r QUALIFIED
nho was associate producer of Presents" and "Naked City Zoning Board. Co's revised plan for ) owners ,
the Academy Award nominee. lie also appealed in the movies Zon.ng: requests recommended stores at the SE corner of Highland Ctatf Jr. and Leila B and Lee Ibsud.Approval. | Candidate For
and the Venice Film Festival "From the Terrace" and "The to City Council\ were: Avenue and Garden Street Frank \\'. Clurk to vacate and of Plat of Lakivuu,' GOVERNORJohn
Award winner "David and Cardinal" and on Broadway in Recommended denial of Tom (B-1A zone), abandon that portion of) Djyvkw Height* Subdivision ,mil plot E
Lisa, the film "The 81st Day" "Night of the Iguana" an "A Far Voders request that properly Under new business, board recommended toad Ivuii West of Hopkins plans for ingress and 'gr's to #
tells the story of a high school Country". located immediately west of the to council: Avenue between lM 20 Plink, vtdiehoiisea and fug South St MATHEWSWtll
music teacher, Loren BensonjPalrick )Mica[ Sherwood major television railroad, east of Bon Air Sub Appioval of petition from pro 1 and Lot 11, Block 8, Plat ofP.iyvicw Motel and ApaitmenMTlio \!
( O'Nealho becomes appearances have been in division be rezoned from its perty owners J, V. Bennett and subject to the up- boast postponed until Trained Proved Leader
mentally ill Taken to a distant "Naked City", "The Nurses"and present Rl (City) classificationto Violet Griffin, requesting that provul of( the City Engineer, luxt nutting Tliomas L Hen Winner of Every LegislativeAward
t hospital he fails to recover this season's "The Fug! an R.3 (City) classificationsto : portion of Guava Avenue lying Approval of petition of Male, "n'IIIII' rcquevt that 11: lots on
completely despite an intensive: gitive", She has appeared on the :allow" apartments between Blocks 8 and 9, of the mar Inc.. Philttmorc Inc. and UK West side of Hopkins Avenue LET'S MAKE THIS OUTSTANDING LEADER
DO day. effort by the Admissions screen 11"Cat on a Hot Tin Recommended denial of own plat of Highland Terrace No. 1, Jay.Dl'l', Inc. to vacate and be rezoned from the present OUR NEXT GOVERNOR!
Ward.I Roof". "Baby Doll" and "Sweet cr E. J. Rupert's request that be vacated and abandoned. Den abandon certain strut which l RIM I (County) iHsvificatum lo
5 and 6, Block 6, Bay (Pol Adv Pd. Dy Campaign Treasurer)
Lots 4. :
I Unable to extend this effort Bird of Voiitli" Her Broadway .1 n a (City) dastificutlon
for a longer period because of credits include "Camelot", "Caton view Manor, be rezoned from -- --- ---- -
pressure of incoming! pat a Hot Tin Roof" and "Nightof their present. B.1 classificationto Missionary To Speak Here Sunday \
She and a shortage of physici the Iguana.: a B 2 (City) classification
ins, the hospital, on the 91st Make your plans now to attend allow an automatic car wash Miss Martha Boss, Lutheran School children ale urged to ut Brentwood
'day, is forced to transfer Loren tnis inspiring film This property is located at the Deaconess. presently en fur tend; visitors are welcome. EstatesWest
'Benson to another ward where northeast .coiner of Bayview Miss Boss has been in the
Street and U S. 1. lough from her service as I
Mission Field in the orientcince
treatment at a less intensive
TidesHigh in Hong Kong will Street
missionary Garden
On
level can be continued. Benson Tabled application of Broy- to 1943, where she served in
this Sunday
be In Titusville
's family is faced with a Low hill Investment Corporation to the interior of China until 191):) \1:11; ::
Lutheran .
to Good Shepherd .
frightening; prospect brought on Saturday, April 2S rezone the north 80 feet to Lot speak Church during the Sunday when she fled to Hong Kong, .- 1
9. east of highway, Plat of Bay- where she has served ever since
hy the public's lack of concernfor
9:15 until 10:15: ASHWOOD-2-bedrooms 1 bath et
Schod hour ,
the mentally ill. The longer 7:46: a,m. 1:401: a.m. view, from its: resent R3 (City) The of the Sunday except for three furloughs to ,, : .
Benson stays in the hospital, the 8:16: p.m. 1:58: p.m. classification to a D.I 1 (City) a.m. parents! visit with her family In the I i

l"ss treatment he'll receive. Saturday, April 26 classification to allow offices HAPPYBIRTHDAY United States PINEWOOD-3-bedrooms 1 bath .. lY". r '.r.. \ ': "
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Maggie his wife (Madeline and parking lot.Recommended Miss Boss has been a teacher .J. '" ,
Sherwood). who must work asa 8:22: a.m. 2:23: a.m. denial of Pet and nur 'e among the refugeesand )
waitress to support their teen 8:53: p.m. 2:35: p.m. Elizabeth Conner request thata Saturday, April 25 at the Haven of Hope, a BEECHWOOD-3-bedrooms 2 baths.j )

age boy and infant son, angrily Monday, April 27 parcel of land at the SE corn Herbert lUrrell tuberculosis sanitarium in Hong ,.,
hurls a question at the 8:57: a.m. 3IJ:() aim er of Park Avenue and South Minnie Simmons Kerns, and: has initiated and developed
world; What if he needs only one _9:29 p.m. 3:11: p.m. Street, approximately 150.165 be Mri W. L Cantrell the plan to 'help the HOLLYWOOD-4-bedrooms 2 baths MONTHLY
--- I rezoned from its present R1 Melvyn W. Iliggs refugees to help thcmstlves' Includes
(City) classification to a Cl Patricia Hampton Taylor through Handicraft Projects. I Everything
er .
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CARPET fi :l (City) classification to allow a Mildred Sumler Miss Boss will speak of her I THE OAKWOOD Motions now under
i". ,J' ,. '; service station The property Jack Bledsoe experiences in the )Hong KongRefugee construction. 3-Dcdrooms 2 Baths,
100% NYLON d is a part of lot 4, Osban's Subdivision Sunday, April 28 Camps, 'and show projected I FOR TRANSPORTATION, CALL l U loll rai]. ft. of living area, plus garage
D ., Mrs C. A. Flood J color slides of the area,I k.ipfxrr- Come, see the construction quality of
$$4.95 -r& Recommended. approval of Virginia Ann Puckett Hall rooftop schools, Missions, and AM 7-71 42, day or night Cosmopolitan 'Home.
ACtED. parking plan fur Peail's Beauty Lmvillo Brown (he people of Hong Kong./ I t. :Y t
YARD I ST t ..
Shop BeVerly Ann Johnson -- --- A

STEVENS RUGS & CARPETS, INC. Recommended, approval of Mrs. D. O. Kieffer
525 Park Ave. S, Winter Park Fla Glenn L Hyer's request t for a Monday April 27
to allow car Johnny Franklin Jones
special permit a
CALL COLLECT MI 4-7802
rental fit service station on Carl Ramage
property presently zoned C-l Kathryn Jones
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ENGINEERS ARCHITECTSAND ji. &'i '


SURVEYORS i .:..:; .

in the State of Florida selected Bernard Parrish 1 1to I ,

carry their leglstatvie; program in 1963. I I'j j

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He introduced and carried through to a successful i'.,'

!' passage a complete revision of their Professional .

Standards Laws, which had not been changed f

.. materially in.30 years. I .
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Since that new Engineering Act was passed, over i"

WE'ISESO 1- 140 engineers have voluntarily signed up for

refresher courses to obtain registration. ;

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One of the outstanding provisions of the Engineering i

: PBOlJiJ/ Act was the establishment of a scholarship fund for 1 r.

engineering students, using a part of the registration i

fee for this fund. ,

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That we want to tell the world about the hard work our "Good Citizen have NOW BERNARD PARRISH NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT I

done to learn how to help you more. The "Good Citizens" listed below have

completed the American Institute of Banking Economics Course. IIE-ELECT '


Ronnie Boyd Phyllis L. Doiley *************** .

Frank Hallum, Jr. Bennie Lee

Mildred Mitchell Mae Rotbtrry BERNARD '

Alice Zintmeiitcr Norma McCann

Claudine Crabrree Uldine Keller PARRISH t 4iM r s

You ell ere 'invited to come in and meet these people. We know you'll enjoy doing

business with them. 11 ... I'

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The F.l.eIvJ4/ "BankCITIZENS
STATE SENA'rORII


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Titusrille's Oldest and Largest Financial Institution _i 1

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i Titusville and North Brevard County ,1Hr&sthe Answer


Deadllne For Church News on These Paces :3 s P. M Wednesday I II


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I RC Methodist NazareneThe Christian And j

tad;;- MEDITATION AllianceJon t ,
Worship for the Indian River First Church of the Nazarene Missionary f / ..
Boo.
.. rooted In Ood's Word- The
be Park Avenue, announces Moat WIdely Used 9 deep
City Methodist Church will 1027( The World Allen, the Christian and
held Sunday 1100: am. in then the following services: *! Guide Missionary Alliance Church a e When Sir Walter Scott lay dying-he

.\\f Church building located on Tomorrow at 9:00: in the pas. Sunday school superlntendcnt eFe, called for The Book The servant who best
to,', study there will be a meet
(the Orlando Highway across
will open the school with Trenton i vs knew his library hesitated and asked
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of the ''heads,
(rcm Indian River Heights, The ing department
Coleman leading a lively "Which Book?" Being the writer and
pastor, Rev. Robert Waddell, Rubert niankenship, Lloyd Terry service! There are classesfor j ? :
kill bring the message The and Patty Hallum tons r. .. reader of many books Sir Walter said
all ago groups. Modern nur 5'-
hour
School
Consequence of Freedom" The The 9:45: Sunday under the leadership beginsat of acre is provided during all the I'' "There it only one book tot dyinf; man."

nursery will be available for In- Rubert BJarkenshlp, with classes services of the church. Rev Is it not equally true for I living man?

farts! and ni6ll children. Sun for all ag8.The Forward will teach the Adult What book compares In value to aid us inbetter
day School for all ages! will be tIst1pi tRcolnO -
class
Bible using the topic, "The
to Worship Hour begins at Ns'ni living Do try to find out what
you
Conducted from 9:45: a m iw vr w loots NMHVUI Christian aid His ,
11:00 with Rev. Thomas Ream Neighbors'"The
(10:35 a.m. : Two Sided Gospel"will C ., Q is your highest duty? Do you want
Youth Fellowship bringing the message of the hour, Read Acts 16:2334Therefore : I
The Methodist entitled "The Challenge of be the sermon topic duringthe I Y guidance? Do) you cherish

will meet at 6:00: recreation p.m. for Christian Missions"! The church being justified by 11:00: am worship hour, 'e peace of mind? Do you seek inspiration?
and
(their program choir will be singing under the faith, we have peace with God also there will be special music "
know what
A Bible Study Class for adults Do you really want to
direction of Frank Hallum, Jr, through our Lord Jesus Christ. by the choir and others -5
will be held Sunday, 7:30: p.m., minister of music. Nurseries are lite n for This man holds The Source -.. gI
and each Sunday thereafter The (Humans: 5:1: .) The Christian Cadets and the i
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open for all the regular services The Answer The Divine WayDay
,I.arse, of study should be of Senior Youth: meet at t
The Junior, Teen and Young When I visited a sick person groups by day let us" enrich our minds,
particular interest to all teacher 6:30 A special training
:
Adult Fellowships will be meetingat p.m.
and workers in the church 6:00. in the hospital, we talked about class for all Christian workers at s. let u* seek from the Bible, wisdom

School. William Johnson, Sun- the risks of life. He had a understand Ood'ipurpose
The Evangelistic service begins 6:30: p.m."Duties and try to
toy! School Superintendent, will moving business and he told me II '-
at '7:00: with Rev Ream \ for us in His World.
of the
leader for the Bible study Christian to
be the
about what happened to him
All adults of the church are invited speaking The sermon topic Satan" will be the sermon $ See you in church or Synagogue avE
"Steps to Sanotification". There once In relation to his work. I
topic during the evening ser this week.
to attend o
will be special music presented
All teachers interested in helping Tuesday night, at 7:30: the He said<1, "I was to move the vice at 7:30Wednesday, /4 ,v T a

wIth the Vacation Bible Cottage Prayer Meeting will beheld household l furnishings for a civil 7:00.: youth choir : ,
School are ased to meet for a at the home of Howard and engineer from his home in Nor practice; 7 7:30: p.m., Prayer -
brief meeting at the church Mon Alice Allen, 1085 Milton Indian meeting; 8:30: p,m. Adult choir
way to his future home in Sweden -
day, '7:30: p.m. River City.Wednesday. practice.
The customs office in Norway
The Adult Choir will have Its :
told the in Thursday 7:30 p.m., Ladies
night, at 7:00: the me papers were i ij
rehearsal Wednesday, 7 7:30: p.m., Prayer .
Fellowship Meeting
I Annual Church Meeting will beheld order But when we arrived at
t, ,in the chapel. The yearly reports will be the customs office in Sweden, I All teaching and preachingIn j
The Trustees of the Church made by the pastor, department was shocked to learn that the the Christian and Missionary
.have been called into a special heads and officers of the church. papers were not in order I was Alliance church Is based on the

"meeting for Friday, April 24th, The election of new officers of rHajcd one' whole day in returnIng sacred Hcriptures The trutn
I '7:30: p m., at the church. the church will also take place in / to Norway. So you see," he is preached and the truth shall

I II Girl Scout Troop No. 130( will this meeting. All members are concluded, "it is very Important set you free. u y

:liave its regular meeting Tuesday urged to be present to have the papers in order when A cordial Invitation Is extended .

7.00 p.m., at the church. crossing the border. to all to come and worship. ,,., x? r w iw sea
:,Mrs. Jack James, Scoutleader, LutheranSunday .. >w a.a r ill
will There was a serious look in the
supervise the meeting.
'\ new group of persons will morning worship service man's eyes as he closed his Christian Church ''.,1'V t W LY MM

'be received into the member at Trinity Lutheran Churchon story I asked him, "What doesit .Mla f..u 1 ly
ship 'A the church on transferof Magnolia Ave. In Indian River mean to have the papers Services for the Christian

membership within the next City begins at 10:IS: A nursery cleared when one is to cross the Church of Titusville. Rev. Eddie
Jew weeks Is conducted during! the servicefor last border?" Fine, minister, are announced as

'The Fourth Quarterly Conference small children. follows:
His answer was, "It means to
will be held Friday May Sunday School begins at 9:00: have been Justified by faith in Sunday: 10 a.m., Bible Classesfor
'8th, 1064 at the church. with classes for children of all Jesus Christ. all ages. The church Is participating
ages and a class for adults. in an Easter To Pcnte
Christian ScienceA The Junior Lutherans will PRAYER: 0 God of grac3 cost attendance campaign whichIs
meet Sunday'afternoon at 2:00.: and glory we offer; to Thee statewide. This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:

Bible Lesson on "Proba, This group is for children ages our gratitude for Thy plan of
lion After Death" will be heard 611 The Luther League will redemption for us. Help us 11 aim, Worship Service and

ot Christian Science churches meet from 6:00: to 7 7:00: Sunday. live by faith and to be thank Communion. Fransen's Drive In Restaurant Master Cleaners

next Sunday. A major theme At 7:30: the Church Council will ful that by Thy grace salva- 6:45: p.m., Junior and Senior and Employees South Washington S. Hopkins at Titusville City Limits
of the Lesson will be broughtout
hold its April meeting tion is offered to us through Youth meetings Titusville
in these readings: 'Work The Trinity Lutheran Church Christ Thy Son. In His
out your own salvation with 7:30: p.m., Smgspiration with
Women will meet Monday evening
Amen
name we
pray
fear and trembling For It is at 7:3: ( at the church. The congregational singing and special Rinker Materials Corp. Brevard Mutual Ins Agency, Inc.
God which worketh 111' you both Bible Study will be conducted by Though! For The Day numbers. Downtown Titusville
Ph. AM 75000Duffy's ; !)
to will and to do of his good Mrs. Claude Tejan. After the bu!!. Our faith, Christ's forgiveness Wednesday, '7:30.8: :.13, Prayer West Orange,

pleasure. That ye may be mess meeting, refreshments will and Gort's admitIntothe meeting;
Harmless and harmless, the be served by Mrs. Robert Walker mercy
p sons of God" (Phil. 2)). kingdom of heaven. HaniLonncr : The church is located on Jay Moonland Mobile Homes Sales
, "This task God demands us to The Confirmation Class meets (Norway: ) Jay Road, north of Titusville. Mims, Florida ,

accept lovingly today, and to Tuesday at 6.00; the Junior Lutheran U. S. 1 North of Overpass, Titusville

abandon so fist as practical the Choir will rehearse at 6:30: FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Town Motel

matei'al! and to work out the and the Adult Choir at \T:08.: JO1 Park Ave Tltusvllle
spiritual which determines the On Wednesday evening at '7:30: Downtown Titusville!
Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Worship Hour 11 A.M,
outuord) and actual" (Science the Adult Class, studying the The Employees of
und Health with Key to the teachings of the Lutheran Youth Fellowship, 6 P.M. Evangelistic Hour, Suburban Propane Gas Service

Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy, Church, will meet Those interested 7 P.M. Wed. midweek service, 7 P.M. Edwards Realty

p. 254)). in learning about the Lutheran THOMAS REAM. MINISTER Joe and Mary Edwards
Church reviewing Its teachingsare
First Church of Christ, Scientist or Scriptural Christ Centered Everyone Welcome Baldwin Shopping Center
encouraged to attend
Titusville holds Sunday Infants &r: Toddle Nursery
First Federal
Savings & Loan Association
services at 11 am and Wednesday -

testimony, meetings at fi 1st Missionary Downtown TitusvIlle

p.m.Center at, 109 Sunday Baldwin School Shopping for Indian: River CityFirst TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Atlantic Plumbing Co.

children up to the age of 20 COIve.u \- Missionary Baptist Church (An Ameriiaft Lutheran Church) 329 St. Johns St., TitusvilleThrelkeld's /
tit 11 :t.m. in the Chamber of Indian River City Eld Howard Luke Cain

of Commerce building, All Thornton, pastor, announcesthe 840<< MAGNOLIA AVENUE
are welcome following services: INDIAN RIVER CITY i State Farm Insurance Companies
Sunday: 9:45: Sunday School Standard, Service \; 214 Palm., TitusvilleBaird's

with Classes for all ages. Nursery SUNDAY SCHOOL : . . . 9:01a.m. Downtown Titusville AM 79927Indian l '
First
Presbyterian"Some provided; 11:00, Morning CHURCH SERVICES . JO:15: aim
Worship Services; 6:30: p.m.,
Practical Christian Mobile Homes
Virtues" will be the topic of the Baptist Training Course, classes I We Extend A CordIal Welcome To You! River Machine Shop ,,
for all ages; 7:30: p.m., Evening Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa. Florida
sermon by Rev. Charles W. Worship Services CLAUD I. TIJAN, Pastor Indian River City, Florida
Bates pastor. First Presbyterian

Church at the 8:30: and 11 o'clock Tuesday: 7:30: p.m.. Ladies

worship services Sunday, com Auxiliary Meeting at the Church. Mims Citrus Growers Association Boyd's Gulf Service
mencing a series of sermons Wednesday: 7 7:30( p.m., MidWeek WELCOME TO THE > : >
based) upon the Epistles. Prayer Services Bible f Mims. Florida : Downtown Titusville

There is a church-hour nursery! Study by pastor; 8:30: p.m, Ad- I First y t r: \ >-71
at 11 an only ult Choir Rehearsal Baptist

Sunday School with classes for Thursday: 10:00: a.m., Ladies Itt .u';:' Mr. and Mrs P. W. Roberts, Jr. ;'. ,' W. E. Kennedy
all, convenes at 9:45: ; and the Visitation, 7:15: p.m., Men's Vis- : t'
Junior.Hi and Senior-Ill Youth itatlon; 7:00: p.m., Beginners Church v. JIo Mims\ Florida Badcock Furniture, Titusville
Groups meet in the ........ J
church at 7 Choir Rehearsal; 7:3: ( p.m.. Jun. ;.iI-. .:-... ....
p.m. lors Choir Rehearsal :t*

Of Mlms .'>, e;; Brevard Lumber Company Bryan-Conway '&,:Winstead, Inc.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH"In I SUNDAY SCHOOL :: Downtown Titusville

14S A. M. 1'" a 4

The Heart Of The Community"Main MORNING WORSHIP .
11:00: A. M. t .. Ray Nelson Insurance Agency -
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& Hopkins Titusville, Florida YOUTH CHOIR RI. f i aisr. { Plaza BelkLindseyTitusville
HEARSAL 5130 P. M. ;:* ,W'1'\n Big Apple -I'' .
W. S. Htrdln. PastorSERVICES TRAINING UNION c '" : CJ\IJIQ

4:15: P. M. s
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EVENING WORSHIP P' 'r ;; Burger King '

Sunday Worship . . . . 8:30 b 11:00 A.M 7:30: P. M. ))1,. ,M ee C North U. S. 1, Titusville Morley's Western Auto

Sunday School . . . . . . 9.45: A.M. WED. NIGHT PRAYER psrt"The a h
' Training Union . . . . . . 6:15: A.M. SERVICE 7'30: P. M. r:, I. v Mr. and Mrs: Chas J. Morley

, Sunday Evening Worship . . . . 7:30 P.M. End Of Your i= t ';I Duff Electric Titusville Washington & Broad, Titusville

I Mid-Wak Service, Wednesday . . . 7.30 P.M. Search For A Friendly ,1 I oChurch"
, 1: Mr. and Mr. II. Guy Dull
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Oldest Baptist Church In Area Established In -FI I a..

1889 Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention Air Conditioned For ._plraarwoaa 0 v 1 I C. W. Danenburg

Alr-Condltloned Mother of Three Missions We Yeur Comfort! iJt! ui- L Y t' Canaveral Rambler Danenburj; Realty

Cordially Invite You to Attend Our Service. Rev. Joseph E. eo.twrlght Only Downtown 5 Minutes Titusville From I Phone AM 7.1348 1514 S. Washington, TitusvillePI"



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First Methodist To Observe "*Y't\"" / *it sic.. rifd b? past- Georgia Lay deleiat from

11- slid, *av delegates from more! Good Shepherd Church will be


Church News Of The Week h, I I Homecoming And Everrill Day I congregations thin one, hundrEd of Florida twenty.five and B. Karl Schultz of Titusville


Homecoming and Evcrrltt Day church who have moved away
will be celebrated at First Methodist are being Invited to return for
Church Titusville, Sunday the occasion REVIVALWEST

For Titusville and North Brevard County morning at 9'45 and 11:00 o'clock Everritt Day will he emphasIzed "
followed by a covered-dish dinner at the 11:00: o'clock senior
Deadline For Church News on These Pages 5PM\ Wednesday I at noon. when special recognition will ho SIDE BAPTIST CHURCHWEST

For the Homecoming all for. given to Mr. and Mrs Fred

-. mer members and friends of the Everritt for their many years of TROPIC ST.. TITUSVILLE

First MethodistMorning St. Gabriel's ChurchThe Calvary Baptist First BaptistFirst Good ShepherdThe generous The pastor service, the In Rev.the Ed church Nor APRIL 16 Through MAY 3 3Mtuagti

worship at First Meth. schedule for St. Gabriel Sunday School at Calvary Eap Baptist Church offers Rev Arnold F. Claus, man, will speak during both sere
odist Church will be held at Episcopal Church as announcedby tist Church begins at 10:00 a.m. three worship services each Sun I Pastor at l\es on the theme Taking The will b. delivered by Rev, Fay DoShi, pastor el first
9:45: and 11:00: a.m. with Rev Father under the direction of Marvin for the congregation Long View" Special music! will Baptist Church, T var's. Fl.., a graduate .f Stetson D Land,
service
E. W. Norman Ferguson is as fol. day. The early begins ''Good' Shepherd will conduct the be Florida, and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville,
preaching presented the
on lows during 9 45 verve
: Fisher, Supt and morning wor Music by the Youth
nt 8:30: a.m. 'two services Kentucky,
"Taking The Long View". Spec Sat., April 25, 9:30 ship at 11:00: a.m. with Rev D. the regular worship on ice by the choir under the lead ?k
: a.m. Holy Choir and message by
lal recognition will he paid Mr Communion celebrating the Feast Wm McClure bringing the morn Dr a W S. Hardin Sunday Morning, April 26, the ershlp of Miss Alice Conner and Services Every Night Starting at 7:30:
Pastor,
first at 8 o'clock and the second
and Mrs Fred Everritt at the of St. Mark. ing message. 9:45 at 11:00: by the choir under (the ...
School begins at : .
11:00: o'clock service for the Sunday at 10:30: o'clock. The sermon leadership of Miss Jean Wright
On Classes for all held :
Sunday, :Morning Prayerwill ages are nurseries, -- ---
with
a m graded Theme, Rememberl'! is based
faithful service they have The Committee in ,
given charts:; if
be said at 7,15: a.m. ; Holy and a nursery is provided duringall for all
the church over the jears The Communion will be celebrated at servIces. Special music I Is classes and departments and "on the text from the Second Let the program for the day i is mm "big money"in
11:00 o'clock service ages, Including Cradle Roll Ur of St. Paul the Apostle to of Carry your
: will be 7:30: a.m.; Sunday School, for rendered by the Fisher family, posrd Douglas Rarnhart :MisH
broadcast over Radio Station the fourth grade and up will meet Evening Services are held at Extension. .''Timothj, chapter 2, verses 8 to E. Pecle and Mrs Ken
WRMF!\ Regular morning worship at 13. Do wen. In chare of the dinnerare fountain !
at 9:00: a.m. The adult class will 7:00: p.m. Rev. McClure is teach. : your pen
Church School will be held also meet at this time under the ing Larkln's book on the "Second 11:00: o'clock. Music by the Small children may be left In Mrs J. C. Patterson and :Mrs
promptly at 9:45: a.m with class. Christ" and Adult Choir and a message by Fred Salter.
direction of Jack Horton. Family Coming of using the nursery during the later
es for all ages. A nursery Is piovulcd and charts to illustrate the Pastor on "Wronging One'aSoul" :
Eucharist will be celebrated! at maps worship service Mrs Mel Hcln A
>
Open
in Hennessey Hall for 10:00: a.m.; The Sunday School, Prayer Service Is held Wed and Miss Carol Henry will be In Bcllwood Baptist
children of pre-school age. third grade and below, will meetat nesday at 7:30: p.m. and the book Training Union for all age charge.All Bellwood l Baptist Chapel servIces '.
Youth recreation will be heldat of Is taught by groups at 6:15: p.m. announced 1
10:00 a.m. under the direction Phillippians being Sunday School classes and are as follows hy ; CheckingAccount
4:00 .m. followed by the :MYF Evening Worship at 7:30: o' V
: p of James Munnls, Jr. Marvin Fisher. .Bible Classes will meet toKether the Pastor Bro. Herbert Walt. ) ,
Snack supper and meetings. The Ladies' Bible Class meetson clock. Music by the IntermediateChoir ers: \ t
=
On
Wednesday, April 29, !Morning : at 9:15: a.m, the regular
Evening service will be held at at 10:00 and Girl Auxiliary Corona C
Tuesday : a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. morning -
Prayer will be said followed
Sunday: School hour, to hear the
7:30: p.m. Sunday. Communion. visitation is held on Thursday at tion Scrviie. worship, 11::30.
by Holy
Choir rehearsal, for the 11 :00 On Thursday, April 30, Holy 10:00: a.m.Calvary. Midweek services Wednesday guest speaker, Miss Martha This chapel Is located 4 miles p1 '4 1 << With Us
Boss Mina Lutheran
I ocolck choir, will be held Tuesday Communion will be celebrated at Baptist is a Pre-millennium beginning with organizational Boss, south of Indian River City on the

at 7:30: p.m. 9:30: am. Independent, Missionary meetings at 6:30: p.m. and Prayer luaconess. serving In the Hong right side of U. S 1, one.half
Scouts will meet at Blan McClure Kong mission field, will tell of This Week!
Coy On Friday, May 1, Holy Com Church and Bro. ex Service at 7:30: followed by mile north of Orlando Utilities
ton Park at 6:30( p.m. Wcdnes. munion will be celebrated for the tends an invitation to the public Youth Choir rehearsal at 8:30. her work with refugees and and Is a mission of Central Baptist .

day.Choir Feast of St. Philip and St. James to attend Services are being show many color-slide pictures. of Indian River City.
practice, for the 9:43o held temporarily at the Woman's Church Of God Sunday evening at 6:15: o'
At 7:45: p m the Choir will re
.m. chair, will he held at 7:30: hearse Club Bldg on Hopkins clock the Good Shepherd League Christian Church ,t
Of
p.m. Wednesday. Avenue ProphecyServices will meet Indian: River CityFirst
Midweek prayer service will for Church of God of No meetings are scheduled for Don't risk the loss of'import

he held at 7:30: p.m. in HennesseyHall Mims MethodistMims Central Baptist, Mims Prophecy 1216 Norwood Ave., the next week Pastor Claus will Christian Church of Indian ant sums of money by carrying

on Wednesday. are announced as follows by Rev. be attendance at the Florida River City hold services In
in
: Methodist Church Rev. Services for Central Baptist them about with ,in
On Thursday at 6:45: p.m. the O A. Dudding, pastor: Georgia) District Convention to the IRC Civic Center as follows: you -
Lloyd W. Mullis, pastor, an Church Rev. D. V. McAllister,
District of the :MethodistMen Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45: cash, Just take your check.1
meeting ( be held In Miami Monday thr Bible School. 9 (no)() am. morn j
!\ will be held in the First flounces the following services: pastor, are announced as fol a.m\; !Morning worship, 11:00.: ough Thursday 27 30. Ing worship 11)00); lI.m. and evening book along when shopping.
April -
Services 9
!Morning[ Worship lows
Methodist Church of Winter ParkJehovah's : Tuesday, 7:30: p.m., Bible worship 7'00 pm. with Write checks as buy..
a.m. and 11 a.m., sermon topic! you
Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45: study.
Orsino Rev. London Devillier mister,
"Don't Worry Have your Faith 11:00 Baptist They're good as cash wherever
morning worship, :
a.m.; ;
Youth the
Friday, 7:30: p.m. servo bringing messages
Witnesses
Lined. Youth choir practice, 6:00: p.m.; services for Orsino Baptist you're known, and lots safer ''

The following program to be Sunday School, 10 a.m., Rob. Training Union, 6:30: ; Baptismal Ice.The public is invited to attend Church. Rev J. L. Gaines, Past Lutheran Pastor
held at the Kingdom Hall, 1422 ert M Porter, General Superlntendent Service, 7:30: p.m.; Adult choir all of these services or, are announced as follows: To Attend MiamiConvention Not The Oldest Not The Largest But The BESTI.

Norwood Ave., i ill announced by Nursery and classes for practice, 8:45.: The pastor sermon subject '

L. D Shawver, local presiding all ages. Tuesday: 7.9:30: p.m., WMU Catholic Services It the Sunday a.m. worship M

minister: !Methodist Youth Fellowship Mission Study with Mrs June hour will be "The Unpardonable The Rev Arnold F Claus First National
Sunday at 3:00: p.m., a Public both groups of Junior High and Jones teacher. A nursery will be Hours of worship at St. Teresa Sin." pastor at Good Shepherd Church Bank

Bible lecture will be given by a Senior.Older Youth will be serveda provided; YWA meeting, 7:30.: 's Catholic Church are announced A Baptismal service will be will go to Miami early Monday 'ST
supper by a Circle of the Wo Wednesday! : 630: p.m., Begin. as follows by Rev. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
representative of the Watchtow held Sunuay night during the morning where he will attendthe
man's Society of Christian Serve Father John B. O Hare, pastor:
and Primary Sunbeams, Junior .
rr Society, R. Honaker, whose ner 7:30: worship hour, The rlvlval Annual Florida Georgia WASHINGTON Pin Sts!
ice at 6 p.m.Evening and Intermediate GA's and Sunday Masses: 7:00: 8:30: ,
subject is, 'Are All Faiths Goodin will close Sunday night District Convention of the Luth Member Federal Reserve System
service, 7:30: 'p.m. RA's meet at the church; 7:00: 10:00: and 11:30: a.m.
"
God's Sight Following the Singing of favorite hymns and officers and teachers meet. Weekly Masses: Monday Sunday School convenes at eran Church. Missouri Synod. Member Federal Deposit insurance Cap.yr .
lecture at 4:15: p.m.. the weekly and p.m. 945: am. This will be a four.day con-
sermon: "Faith. Lost Ing; 7:30: Prayer meeting through Friday, 8:00: a.m.; Sat. ..
conductedon -
Bible study will be
Found". 9:00 .
women'svisitation urday, : a.m.Conession8
"Faithf'jl! Women Ministers April 27. the Methodist Men will Thursday. : 9:30: a.m.,ml'n's visitation ( Saturday 4:00.5.00
1:00
: ,
p.m. I
A Blessing in the New World be host to the boys of Scout Troop .. and 7008.00: p.m. r
Society No: 360 and their fathers at t a 7

Every Tuesday at 8:00) p.m. p.m. supper Convention The Regional convenes Training at Union First Church Of God, Mims -L

another Bible study is held on April 29, Bible study at 7 p.m. Baptist Church, Melbourne on Church of God, Mims, Rev
the subject, "Babylon the Great April 30, the Cub Scouts will Thursday. Kyle II Bryan, pastor, announcesthe
Has Fallen, God's Kingdom meet in the Educational buildingat following services:

Rules" 7 p.m.1Ilay Church Of GodThe Sunday: Sunday School, 10
1, Junior choir practice. a.m. worship 11 a.m.
Thursday at 7:30: p.m., the ; morning ;
Theocratic Minister/ School is 3:30: pm services of the First Evangelistic service, 7:00: p.m.
Church of God will begin with 7:30 Youth
Wednesday: : p.m.
conducted, followed at 8:3i) p.m.
Church Of Christ Sunday School classes at 10:00) service with Mrs Sue Bell in
by the weekly Service Meeting.
o'clock this Sunday morning. charge
The} Church of Christ meetsat : There will be classes for all

Lighthouse Talernacle: the corner of St. Johns and ages

The "Lighthouse" is a Full Hopkins/ Avenue. The scheduleof The morning worship service

Gospel I Non-Denominational cervices Is as follows: will be follow at 10:45: o'clock Iii1 O'THL

Church located at !Minis on U. S. Sunday: Bible Study, 9:50: with the pastor, Rev. Ronald

Highway 1, past Kelly Builders a.ra.; Worship Services, 10:50: Holder, bringing the message

Services are as follows: a.m. und 6:00: p.m.; midweek entitled, "FIlled with the Ful

Sunday School at 10:00: am; Bible study Is on Wednesday at ness of God." JESUS

Sunday Worship Services at 11:00: 7:00: p.m.BIble The youth Fellowship group Past sins are forgiven? s

a.m. and 7:30: p.m. study: classes are provide will go bowling this Sunday Present happiness Is assured

Prayer Meeting Every Wednes ed for all age groups both Sun evening. They will meet at 6:30) Future life Is made certain.

day Night at 7:30.: day morning and Wednesday p.m Following this will be a
night The material for second time of refreshments and wor

: r! .!..I.. 1e !.!.!_S r1e : quarter has arrived. The new chip 9:45: A.M. Sunday School
: courses! of study will begin im- The midweek prayer service
11:00: A.M. "The Two
mediately.The will be hold on Wednesday Sided Gospel'
: :
I. gospel meeting which evening In the home of Mr and "
8:30: P.M. Youth Groups
ended last Tuesday night was a Mrs. George Moon, 3203 Old Dix
A
7:30 P.M. "The Christians
i success in every way. Marshall ie Highway. The meeting will :
(Vendsemces Duty to Satan"Modern
E. Patton, of Orlando did an begin at 7:30: p.m,
.. "" excellent job of preaching each Services are presently being Nursery k,. a 'at I i ,
: evening Interest and enthusiasm conducted on Sunday morningin Tva, 'en' w sr>s+lf f ,<
:
r
were in evidence through. the Indian River City Fire I' CHRISTIANAMISSIONARY a'qu ? ,

out the entire meeting. Brethren Hall on Magnolia Ave. 4 tt
.: I Ibis from Merritt Island, Eau Gallic, This congregation is associatedwith ALLIANCE CHURCH

t New Smyrna Beach DeLand, the Church of God whose I
,
ears Hod 1 91 Har CttrA.r.
,: Wed' Umatilla, and Orlando visited general offices are In Anderson, Ror forward, P ,ter
j from night to night. The entire Indiana. :

J nine days afforded a most re

:: at your own warding and enjoyable experience ,crw"r

I. according to Maurice W

Jackson Jr.. the regular minis
places First Methodist Church Titusville
ter.

Morning Worship 9:45: and 11:00:

s worship Westwood BaptistServices ((11:00: o'clock service broadcast over

for Westside Baptist Radio Station WRMF) ATq

..' Church are announced as followsby Evening Worship 7:30 + pry.

Pastor II E. Flynn: Sunday School -

"" Revival starting April 26 runs 9:45: (all classes Infants through adults)

thrrough May Messages! will be 11:00: (classes for Infants through sixth grade) r*
brought by Rev Fay DeSha, pas 5
tor of First Baptist Church, Tav- LOCATED AT CORNER BROAD ST. & PALM AVE. $ )r'

ares, at 7:30: each evening
r V7rr, G j r'Rl I Rev. DeSha graduated from White lines hold the road like a Wide-Track Pontiac;

Stetson University, DeLand and

6 SR.TS. Louisville, Ky PUBLICIZE YOUR .

SERVICES OR If this Wlde.Trsck Pontiac Catalina clung to the highway any closer, It'd bo a cwt of point Pitch and away,

MIMS METHODIST CHURCHANNOUNCING Wldo.Tracks don't They corner flat, through hlgh-spood turnpike curves or vicious baekro.d S'.. (They also

SPECIAL EVENTSON turn corduroy rood to ,.bardlne.) Why alt here yearning? You could.. bo out driving a Catalina yourself

THIS Wide-Track Pontiac
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Two Morning Worship Services Sa your authorized Pontiac dealer for a wide choice/ of W Ide-Tracks and flood Used ear,too.

9 a. m. and 11 a. m. You'll be pleased with the response you got from reaching .

. 10 a. m. the people of North Brtvard County through the column of i BELTON PONTIAC-OLDSMOBILE.INC. .II
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Sunday School Class and Nursry the* Star-Advscste church P',". A paid advertisement the f :; ,: ,:, --
Mid Waok Bible Study . 7 p m. else of this announcement will cost you only $5.00 per issuo. Call/ J :; .,,, 1318 HOPKINS :TITUSVILLE FLORIDAr = -

Evening Worship Sonrlcaa . . 7:30: p. m. 27-4311 1 for? the services of on of our advertising men. I serene
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6-C Tttvsvlll (FlarUa) Stir. Advocitt Frl KIHTH JiUICIAL CIKCtlT. IMAMI cevl WILLIAM WELLS cloM.nuta.turer. Plat thereof a* recorded: In Plat Attorney' for Plaintiff
sewhere. Send them to her in care of thi r.H HBKVAHII; OJ.NTI', Hanover Trust' Book 1. at Pal 159. of the Pub- 220-Tla "Street"
FI.tial1A IN: 111Ma.KV., Co., 36)1 Park Avenue. New lie Record of Brevard County, ,
Miami Bach Florida
I am writing to ask If you feelit newspaper, enclosing tam4-
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Florida.
MISTER BREGERAnn au. :sash York. New York; and SCOTT Apr. 10 17, 24, May 1 (Frl! ) 1964.
would be a slap in the face to ed, self-addressed envelope aunts or nr: WELLS c/o Mr. Amy Welli. You and each of you are hereby
FRANK T. BLEV1N and NAOMI U' Chestnut Street Englewood notified that Plaintiff. the said
m ns Ir-s.rl. .- be. I w.wi1 the girl if Gwendolyn refused to RUTH BLEVINH. his wife; and New Jersey; and L. D. Frank T. Blevlna and Naomi Ruth
serve unless she has a voice in LOGAN I. MANDERS, Individually BERRY JR. and FLORIDA Blevlna. his wife; and Logan. J. l.
and a. Trustee, Y. BERRY, hi* wife Avenue Minder., Individually. and a* Truitee -
the selection of the dresses. May Plaintiffs, Bolivar Number 59 Santo did on the 9th day of April, -=:-:::: I
1M4, Institute the above Ityl.dChane..r :40R ifiItn
wa Domingo Dominican Republic.
we hear from you? IRRITATED STANFORD WELLS and PEARL TO: All panic claiming any estate ,. proceeding In which they *
MOTHER the Old y WEULB.: hi* wife: QLADY8 right' title or interest In seek. to declare null and void certain
WELLS OKIFFITH and FRANKW. or lien upon the real estate re.trlctlv oonvenant contained \: /
A Dear Mother Better Gwen- the chain of title of ...
: URIFFITH. her hu.band. If hereinafter described to-wtt: In deed to S .
K dolyn should she is unable to living, AMY WELLS wife of H. Th north 83 feet of Lot 1 and the properties herelnabove <]*.crlbed. 1b18iU. I
say PRESCOTT; WELLS: deceased. ; the north 93 feet of the east. 10 You and each of you are hereby
t 1r serve and be honest about WILLIAM A. WELLS; and feet of Lot 4, Block 8, W. T. required' to file an appearance and He dedicated far is, a n'wand
SCOTT WELLS, .t. al. WELLS No. 4. according to the answer In such proceeding on the living ".,..
the reason. Defendant. Plat thereof, a. recorded In return day In May. to-wll: 15th
TO Th. unknown bllro. davl....., Plat Book 1, al Page 139. Publlo 1W\ >4. ales decree pro confei.o will -(Heb. 10:20),
The bride and her mother do grantee, creditor or other Record of Brevard County, be entered agalnit )'c'" The story *f Jesus will
parties claiming interest by, Florida, South 87 fret of Lot 1 The name of the Court In which
w P.eRXK. Indeed (and should) select the I through under or agaln.t and South 37 feet of East In feet aid proceeding wa Instituted. and never be completely told until
bridesmaids' gowns. Gwendolyn K 4 WILLIAM T. WELLs and of Lot 4, of Block 8. WELLS an abbreviated till are aa herein- the heart of every man fulfills

MAP NO. 4,
NORA S. WELLS his wife according to the above styled
would be way out of line If she "The man who has* to eajf who are known to be de.ri! Plat thereof. aa recorlein II I Plat WITNESS my hand at Tltuavllle, His commandments, and
his words never asks fo TO: GLADYS WELLS GRIFFITH, Book 1, at Page 159 Publlo Rec- Florida, thl* 9th day of April. AD.. every man adapts his own
asked for a voice In selection. 194.
Weatwood Rest Home Stone ord. of Brevard County, Florida
t a Ann Landers will be glad to seconds. Park Boulevard Sioux City ; and All of Lot S and 4. excpt CIRCUIT( COURT SEAL) behavior to Christ's loving
Iowa; and FRANK W GRIFFITH the East HI feet of Lot 4, Curtl R. Barnes perfection, and walks a living
help you with your problems. .her husband If living; Block e. City of Melbourne ,V. A* Clerk Circuit Court
I AMY WELL. 1U9 Chestnut T. WELLS HL'BDIVISION. By: Bertie Hall way
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Tenit* DOV3U HAVE TO IT'S' NOT THE oK.i'rr"rs IT'S' THE WAY

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Smart DogDear LLS JM1e/e "SUNDAY I IN 1111 ITS AFTER GLAD I'M' TRYING TO FINISH THIS I (I MYSTERY FROM THE

"' NEW YORK" :Z: ONE AM.BOOK SO WE CAN SAVE I !II II RENTAL LIBRARY!

TURN OUTTHE MONEY I' I .

LIGHT HI J '
Ann Landers: This is a Just Heartsick. IN COLOR 8:4: $ ONLY IN COLOR 11:15: ONLY II WHAT'S JrI

Heartsick: Please, I it ITABOUTs s f it I
true story so help me. Dear Just DEBBIE BOB HOPE I / FAMILY ,,
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Our next door neighbors, the for the sake of everyone involved REYNOLDS ? ,ir BUDTINE J( '

Kdlys; went to Europe for three (particularly the unborn "CALL ME Ij'Ili rO a

weeks. They left their cocker child) let your daughter make "My Six Loves"BW '

,paniel, "Lucky" with us. The this decision.In .

first week Lucky didn't eat my opinion, it would be far

much He was lonesome for the better If the girl followed her AT THE FLORIDA THEATRE

.Kellys. The second week his ap- plan. Your proposal could mean

:,petite perked up but then on disaster for all of you / Sat. & Sun.TELEVISIONGUIDE
,
'Friday he wouldn't eat the ,. .

pieces of leftover roast. He just Dear Ann Landers: My daugh

;drank his water. ter was asked to be a brides WELLDON'TJUST BETERPIERREI

The next day Lucky ate fine maid at the wedding of a girl she THERE'S A STAND THERE! DO STAND BACK.

and continued to eat well all docs not know very well. If m) FLY IN MY SOAP!! SOMETHING ABOUT ITT!

.through !the week. When Friday daughter lays "yes" this will bE<

came around he turned his nose the seventh wedding in the pas

'up at the hamburger and refused three years in which she walasked 1
.
to touch it. to take part.I 0e

Jokingly, my husband said know it is,an honor, but it ii e

*'You know, that darned dog a heavy financial burden foi )ac

eats like the Kellys no meat middle-incomi people. Gwendo COLORSCOPEe :

''on Friday We laughed. Just lyn Is in college, not' a workinllirt

!so you can see what thi.e
|or the heck of It I opened a can

of sardines and put it down for problems are.Bridemald OPEN z
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Lucky. He cleaned up the tin. gowns, as yoi e ALLr 10:45A.M.

Now, I ask you, Ann Landers know, are selected by the \brid, ? I VERY MUCH,MR.AREYOtl I'M SIADX CAME, WHATAMURALI \

can a dog know when it Is Fri. and her mother. The girls have t S SEATS Sates day I \= n\ A3ERNATLJ ,., PUTIMUSTSAYIT ,1 COULD PAINT ON 1 1VTHIS "

day I wouldn't have believed pay for them whether they lik, ENJOYING \ .. T= i i, .mot -+- MAKES ME VERYENVIOUS CANVASII/X-/ ? #
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it was possible, but I'm not so them or not. Then there an Sunday c:.= F1SHT ? ,

sure now. Comment, please hoes, hesd pieces, and gloves tfcuy. OPEN12:30P.M.: VAN

Astonished. Only one out of the sb MATINEE ONLYII OA0Bt ft?
has bough t
Gwendulyn
Dear Astonlnhed: Dogs do gowns \
looked good enough to wear el 1 1 _
VOT know when it Is; Friday. It r r I I
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Perhaps there is a logical explanation

for this fantastic story
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but I tion't know what it is. May I

be 1 the Kellys will be able to a I I (

come up with the answer when :J ais

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they get home.
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Dear Ann Landers: Our teen 6.JO: Ch. S Ulster Ed Ch. Empire I L2
Ch. P Guy Lombardo 1:00: Cb. Lucille Ball I IiJP1 er
age daughter just told us she is "GiltW 6:15: Ch. 2 News gander Vanocur7.UO Iau: Ch. S Urlnde'Cb. e t
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pregnant. She says the boy will V N.w.. L'lporl., Weather Ch.: S Central Florida 5:00: Cb. 2 Bonanaa
not marry her: I don't believe I:15 Ch. 9 K.llloilalt 8howc'M Ch. 8 Celebrity Oame _
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she knows who the father of the (:.30 Ch. 3 N...., HuntlejrBrlnkleyI T.30: Ch. I Lieutenant lUOO: Ch. I Soul ot .n A. 4
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child is. She wants to to .
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home for unwed mothers and put Ch. a Wyatt. Kt.rp!: 1:30: Ch. S Joey Bishop lU:30: Cb. What' My Line?
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stay home and have the baby. 1.30: Ch. } Bob Hop (:.30 Ch. S Phil slivers 11:25 Ch. S ABC Newt Report
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worries me is that I am In my 10.00 Ch.: a 5 Jack Alfred FaarCh. Hitchcock. 11:10: Ch.Ch.: 1 I Newe Movie Sport.: .Reformer Weather

middle fifties and not in the best Ch.: I Boxlnic' Cuitl Cokes aad the Kedhi-ad" (::1S Ch. a World ClvllliatlonCh.
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