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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: May 29, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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-frUJc_, **" Pet" Copy ____ __ Titusville. Florida, Friday, May 29 1964 published M.V'.Ja. p JT/,edncsdaye--- and_ Friday. .-

Titusville Is Assured & MCA

One-Day Charier Membership Drive


; "' H,,, 7 ,'; ,, r x I Jaycees Install, Results In $$6.020( Initial Funds

,t i Tiluiville hti been assured of last night, and Morgan'a division

i YMCA. wit far out In front,

Present Awards Ye tercf.Y'1 big charter mfinbrnhlp A goal of Kl.ooo( wit set ae a
drlvt proved to b* the minimum and It l II hoped thai .
+ u'' r 1 r most successful In Brevard fiouoo goal will be reached within

..w.,...+ ",I,IfWp"r 'P" 'f' { ryr County, according to drive chilr- the next few dayi 11 the in-rve'
r nun Ray Winstead, who repmtedi continue.
Paul Salisbury wn Instilled a* accepted Ore Committee of the work Also given certificate of
prealdent of the Tltuavllle Junior Year award n chairman of the appreciation were the Stir.Ad-, total or W,020 Mined In rash Walter Southworth, !-neraleiretary !

Chamber of Commerce last night Christmas Activltlei Committee, va.ale, the Orlando. Sentinel anti and pledges. of the YMCA In Bre
during the annual ladles' night ponsori of the Chrlstmai Par Radio Station WRMF, for publicity "When they held their charter vird County, prilaed the local
membership drive In Melbourne workera for the.lr .
and Inntillation banquet ode In behalf of the club effort a
they stead 12.QUO and ID Conn Your diligent work haa
v Earl
Spencer, outgoing president is-

Past Slate Vice President and Spencer accepted, on behalf\ of "
ti In $4x, 10 we topped thnm ill, lured North Brevird of a YMCA.
came for special recognition newly elected National Dlrettor the dub, the idle' membership
proiHlly rrportrdA You are (0( be "
y a* he Joined a world wide congratulated, he
Gene Roberta woe presented with awirda for the greatest Increase group of workers under division
pointed out.
group of law thin 4,000 who have aa awed for hit attendance at in membership numerically and chairmen
George Morgin The Board of Governor of the
been nominated
for the Jaycee
state meetings, having a 100 by percent ale, ind Doyle Frlsbee
International Senator award, "worked. "Y" will Immediately becm the
percent attendance record. Mri. Earl Spencer waa p e"t- over" the rntlr Nnrlh
----- ---- -- ----- -- one of the highest awards In International lirevardirei prorraa securing aervlcea of
TOPPING CEREMONY Is customary point toward the customary treqjtre/Blll Jiycee wort County Commissioner Gun nixed by the club for her ik>|"iatlon In i conrvntrited one.day an executive secretary for thli

.for all major building firms to have a "top Myers who was in charge of the' party; Faulk wa* presented a certificate ind isalstince to her husband campaign The Mil I wn announced area. and make plum to hive a

'ping ceremony" when they build large or VV. H. Tost, Superintendent of construe The Installation program held ef appreciation for hii cooperation ai president and waa pre it the report meetingRoberts "Y" program/ !In operation heel

tall buildings. Such a ceremony was held tion; Jack Mentzer, head of Irving Indus- it the Torch Club with SlirAdvocate with TltURville Jaycee See JAYCEES On Cite Iw -o _-_-._ -_ -- by September,
Wednesday at the Imperial Towers con tries; Gus Faulk county commissioner; editor In chief Robert The local "Y" program will begin .

struction site. The ceremony consists ofa and Pat Blamer, Chamber of Commerce Hudson ai mister of ceremonies, Family Buys boy*' and ilrla': cluba the)
for all workers and also the A scale wn feitured with the preienla- "Ora.Y" 'for
party plat model of the building elementary school
ing of a tree at the highest point of con Eresident.i at Bryan, Conway & Win- lion of awards and climaxed %3 Scipa Hotel In IRCThe age atudtnta, the, "Jr, ''JII.Y" for

struction. Shown above from left as they stead Real Estate Office.-{S-A Photo). with Frank an address r'ostur by of State Weal President Palm/ Srtpi Hotel ,km( | land Junlnr High age student, th"TrIHIY"

mark of the former Indian River for aenlor high glrli'
Brach Foster congratulated the City and once a hiven for winter ind the "K1Y"! 'for aenlor high
club and Hi past president (Spencer
being of the' outstanding tourists, hn been told to Roy boya. i
I Baccalaureate Set Sunday cluba of (tho able He Roberts Jr and hli ,mother, Mrs Bert Mclntoah, head of:the

thanked the club for It* support 7 efA Edna Robert. board of governor of the local

of hi* nomination for itite president The hotel! wil built Bruin. the "Y" and other official* aloethe

i Titusville Web graduate and gowns here on Sunday nightat Tho annual program wUj+ be and offered aaslslance If Florida'' boom of 'the 1D30;: and: fact that the local "Y" will
hn bran owned kin Ellen be a family r Orgsnliatlon, taking
11 250 in number will appear officially the annual Baccalaureate begin at 8 p.m. In case of rainit needed any time. ', by
Greihim for the place of Individual YMCA
for the first time in cap Services at Draa Field. will be held In PIe( gymnasium ; many yeiri. .
r "* Spencer, In hi* past prnldent'lreport 1 Robert and nil mother ire and YWCA. -
at Titusville
i High paid high tribute to the J ry"e { ; ownori of Roy F Roborti and' Southwwtl will assist In the *upiwlRlon <
Rev. Roy Forward and Rev. T club for backing him In this very 4 Son paving and land clearing' and organlxatlon ot

Trooper Nabs Suspected Killer E. Ream will be In charge of the aucceaaful year 1 company, and wire formerly extensive the local W and among the

service. There will be special! l New president Salisbury called M land owner In the Or- drat 1 program will be awlm-
A man wanted lor murder day afternoon. As he wn* music by the Titusville High upon the club for the same assist- rind area The family alao 'are min{ dine for all igea.Wlnitead .

and shootlnj in' Orlando' pelIciman bout to eemploie hli work, chorus under direction of Joseph sate given,: Spencer and encour- former owners of Roberta Motor thanked all the worn

la' In the Orange County Burrell noticed a vehicle pan Courson. aged the membership to work Co, now McCotter Metori. era, poliiting,put that\ the drive

J Jail at a Yawl1f' making that matched the description Bacculuur.eate Mfcis will beheld even harder and to ittaln even Jut Chlldre of ChI lr. Unity waa a lucreta bacaua of the de

the mistake of driving by the ef ono sought by Orange County et >St. Teiesti' Roman higher gods In the coming year .rand) associate, Floyd Stone, hamll- WIled' 'and ueU/Ing I effort of the
scon ef an accident Wadnas. Uwmon the dttcrlp- Awardi fur outstanding i d t ad the trausactlntf of tko rule Atorney byird., d' end. ,other I
"" .,.... ; ""'"" '" ..'.... ., PUw .:If ,..JIt.u9.A .' Jayri ?a, t ,, rk, M j JII. |v( cltK
',l' "Wr"" ?.. -'f.I IWlng .bnaLA: roadsaah ,Sunday, honoring member or iervlce"were! pmenfed to Dan. 'J r'PR) ,(SnErITs) : rrelld v* \\4 l Gil Gqsborn of CroJlon, ten,' Me. wk f Hut\ II any' people
I day.Trooper Bill Burred we* only' T ceaple day ..rU* Matteson a* Jayce of the Year; Outgoing nt Earl Spencer, Brewer and Holland, represented were not tan Bed yeaterday and
f :inr.. .H9.Hong the Jacfclinlfe, Burrell had tr fight feeffla the senior: class.' ; U will be Dale Freeman, the Robert C. left 'offers words of encouragement and congratulation the purrhiaeri. are interested In becoming charter

kecldent of. truck south 'efhritusTille backed u.' by the lockiont, followed with a breuk/nt/ at' the Splllmin Memorial "Key Ma." to new president Paul Salisbury at the (Installation. banquet No purihue price bn !been announced .. member jut t. call him at

en U. 8. 1 Wednes- See TROOPER On Pag I Chanticleer Inn. Award for district f. Salisbury teat nlg t.-S-I\ Photo). -: > 267.mll.I .

I : With Viking Courage She 'B ll/ IJ" The Nazis I

(By Bill) Lyerly) the despised Hitler; of resin Mrs. Johnson' Job was to listen extensively In Europe and knew "We had smuggled radloa," visit me some tl".. thread can be ......n. Bha makes, At we prepared to leave thli ;

elands beaten mercilessly; of to the outlawed radio, receive tome German and they prom lied the raid proudly "and the Lehman her own Dinlah Unen ("bitter happy home after two hours of
Picture, if you pleas, a grey- being cooped up for a year in one messages from London or' her laM)' If she would Interpretfor guards knew we /bad them 'Wilt I year*, 1 told( him 'It, than IrUh", she aayi) table, Interesting 'conversation, we
will tike time for to for
haired pleasant woman In her (cell crowded with 14 other wo New York telling of the, time and, them. They would come to ui and lik lome ui clothe, complete with the Icy., held out our hind to both Mr
At the end
'twilight years, sitting In an easy men. place of arma drops for her "Whit NewT", gab Wilt five years /fringe and would be appropriate, and Mrs, Johnson, (he ,grippe: I
of the Naz1 of five he and hli wife
Very conemptuou years
;char crocheting Now what army. Finding out where and to gran her Idn,', royal table. my bind with the itrength o( a
sort of thoughts or memories are Mr. Johnson, whose lense of when the drop would be made, 1 Mr. Johnson told them, Surprisingly, In complete contrast cime from Germany and vlilted mall
passing through her mind a* she humor and radiant smile are Mr*. Johnson would notify the "You're In Denmark now, speak with the Nuremburg trial with me. They were wonderful And all of thla she doer wltb a

toil awayT pleasant to behold, was at onetime underground to hive men stationed Danish" She refused them again ,, going on presently and the account people" big big, bright and runny amile. ; "Ah," she ''imllod broadly,
Involved in extreme serious and again, ualng/ aa her alibi, "I of horror and atrocltle a imlle which brlghteni the "you shako the' band Oared
in the field end the allied
The thoughts of Mr, Johanne Mr, Johnson, a connoisseur
business and, at the risk of her understand acme German, but I committed by Die commandant whole room. Many ,people' tier here when
Johnson of North Mlm are varied planes would drop (Ih" ammunition fine thing! who surround herself
life do not ipeak It." She add one of some concentration camp, the they come, they any "III" When.. :'
for she has so much to re or guns at the specified with niceties, 1 II. craftswoman She and her huiband. Jeppe | \
German "judge" told her, commandant of the Froslev- they \go, they uy 'bye'. They do
member: the beautiful country After the Germans overran time ai are moat North Sei retired carpunter, who smile*
"Either you are whit you uy you Lejren camp wa "Vunderful", not ihike the head, When I
tide of her beloved Denmark; the Denmark, Mrs. Johnson (it that Due to a compatriot with a people, She doe! needlepoint with with the ridlinre of his wife, and, ywiihike
ire or you're the best actress In ,as Mr. Johnson put It, "He wii my band, don't be, ibid
cherished memories of her happy time Johanna Larsen) became "big mouth", as Mrs. Johnson the ability of in artist. It la unbelievable who teases hll wife with an odor
Denmark. considerate and tried to do for It t !! the
tq J
marriage of U years to her bus- Jnvolved In the underground put It in her thick Danish accent, .u* a* best he could," ihe laid. and must be seen toM In, twinkle In hla eye, live on hind."t'tI'f' Jlklt strong
bund, Jeppe; the philosophical movement in her native land. her underground group wn captured They also Implored her to \tell appreciated.' Her crocheting lathe Orlando Road, north of Mime, In

dreams of world happiness and Her beloved King Christian X refused ind icntenced to the concentration of the activities of the underground "When the wet wi* over, and first we hive ever seen that a imall but romfortible home, As we l left, ib* laid; "If everybody

pence to flee hn country to find camp at f roilev-LJ- group; promising her we were released, the commandant I.I perfect', both on the top and filled with love, happlneu an/I" hid {" 'niaband like mine; i

But, these pleasant thoughts asylum in England, but rather ren, Denmark. safety again, If she would cooper came to me and said he the underneath. It can he turned many memento of their beloved, oh, what hn'e/than. would be In
are interrupted occasionally by listed, "I will live and die in my During her day there the wai ate would like to bring hla wife to over, and not a flaw or a loose Denmark. the world" t I Io

j the dark memories of a German nest". King Christian once said asked over and over to be an Interpreter "I knew If I told I would be

concentration camp; of seeing of his underground,: militia "I ; a go.between lang shot by the Germans," Mn. "

her beloved North Sea nation have the best army In the u'le.wlse for the Germane They Johnson told us. "They warned w, -w,. ti.. .,W.L.,
overrun by the storm troopers of world." knew Mr, Johnson bid traveled me to admit that I had been ?

,I part of the 'group' and they .i.
would have reason for ahooting 1I '
t i it v
me," she continued and added, ,

In her beautiful accent, '1 don't ,
,, y, ,
lay one word!
I Ii Is
s The little woman, with the aJ

i courage of her Viking ancestor: ,
one diy In the prison vant. convinced

some teen.ige German
toldler to lay down !their arms
+I Ig'
and she would teach them a ,

+ t i lame The boy.soldiers wert hesitant i -
at tint, but after the bright- t i

yi 'eyed, amlllng woman told themto ,, '' r r a
place the pointing M ,
gun upward hr "
ra where they could only. rt .nr"1"

shoot! up, "ind there' no one up 1 ,
there but St. Peter", they Joined
her In a game of Danish hop

s v What a picture! A captured / u '{
woman end a group of enemy, '
} soldier pitying hop-ecolc6t

wi One boy.soldier spotted Mr,
Johnson ono day hi tbe camp,

v ind I* she' related to us, b* bunt
Into tesrs.

"You look like my mother,"

the f4-yar old cried pitifully.
"Why do I have to be here; why

mow: can't I be home I don't want to
-- "
be here," he sobbed a* hi* short-
COMFORTABLE HOME Mr and Mrs Mrs. Johnson whiles away the noun crocheting ( lived manhood crumbled.Mr --

Jeppe Johnson enioy, the evening hoursof : working her needlepoint or weave Johnson raid there wi* CONCENTRATION CAMP German guard In the the silhouetted machine gun and ha.ngman"II008e as mute

their comfortable home; Mr Johnson ing lace as above.-(S-A Photo). humor In the camp, even la the guard tower at Frotlev-Lejren concentration camp with testimony oj the horrors of war. ,
reads a Danish paper received daily and face of eonCnemeat.M .

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I Tltvlvlll. (Florida) St..AdYlCIte Friday., May. %9, 1H4 Included chicken livers wI'
will rice shrimp! de loot,
peach melba mold green bas J

I 'round town deluxe, tomato proveau,
: cucumbers"' la sour cream Wit'

chocolate shells filled with nib]
,W/tS Mdtpd And Notn M sherbet and assorted cookie
1f NorfA It1 Phon harvard carkAon far deiiert.

Women who served
with NorMa
/ Patricia McGonlgal., lovely ---a; ; bridge let. "welcotm" last year were Busan (Mrs]

daughter of William and Anna by a.'. Neighborhood Chairman D. 0)) Ftalnerman, June (tin
McOoniRsI, 203 Barns Ave.. MM Lorraine Hlf hbr'. William) Huffman. Rostnne
will trSfluin/ Sunday afternoon Mrs. Hlrshberg will then light (Mrs.. Richard) Goodwin, Barbara .

from Judson College In Marlon three candles and explain the (Mri. C. A.) Terhune Martha .
County Federation Of Women'sClubs II I Alabama. Patricia a I860 three parts of the 0.8. Premise (Mrs Jack) Farabe, Shirley

I graduate of THuiflll High and the six girls will light tea (Mri. Dick) Simonet, Esther

Holds Installation School! trill twelve her B.A. a candles, one for each of the (Mrs. J. K) Davidson, Blnk

degree after cornpltting four G.8. Lawi.Llmly (Mn. Fred) Orlffli,
se f Murray, Mary Booth Helga' (Mri. William) Clark
Hire North Brtvard Club greenery running the length of Pa Cynthia F.t er,
ray Debbie Bever Sandy (Mrs Mark) Goodkind'
women who will hold prominent each table with
Interspersed day
Silly Watson and Kim Tbomp- Mary (Mri. Dick) Andrews
office In the Brevard County lillli at ,
itateglc spots through/ e art
Girl Scout
son will repeat the (Mrs Jule) Schmidt, tally (Mrs
Federation of Womeh'l Clubi out the and main club
foyer .. be .
and pinned "
Promise ai a group LeRoy) Jones
tot the year 1964-85, were Installed rooms. I ,(,- : .i
t by Mr. Hirshberg. lara Jackie (M,.. Glenn) Chapman
at the last county meeting Colorful and : ; ,
I hi Id in Eau: Gallic recently. cards decorated programs with butterflieswere place ; .l t, :;;: Archer and Kath Cavil will Betty (Mri. Earl) Snyder
;: .Junior
to their
the girls
I A fourth buoy club woman was prepared by Mrs. Marie y, ...: \ : 'i ., : welcome Marge (Mrs Jack) Freed, Becky
'It 'j Girl Scout troop.Refreshmenta (Mrs W. D. White Helen
Appointed and radio chairman Kcntzel. Taking of :: .d
presi car reservations acrvtd
Tltusvllle-North Ere- ,4"rya :'. .... will be (Mrs Gordon) Ritchie Jan
of the was Mrs. C. E. Yount with .
,I"i\\" r'"{ by Mrs. Chart Biltsborougn, (II"". Richard) Van Morn
yard area.Mn. ;Mrs In of
Joseph Young charge ,
and Mrs Lynn
Mri. !Kd
J, N. Dumb Immediate tickets Mrs William Jonker, I : Don (Mn. John) Nelson,
past preildent of the Indian MI'.. IL L. Murphree Mrs I" : falrlcla McCUfllaal Shepard. Elaine (M.... Peter) Oaenkke,

River City Woman' Club was Catherine Scott Mrs. Max Bach forward to "Caallght"tonight Nancy (Mrs. Paul) Wilkinson
installed as first vice-preeldent; er, Mrs James Thierry and Mrs. 0 regular meeting at the Looking at Tltusvllle Little The Mary (Mrs Charles) Massey,
Mrs. Gilbert Goshorn of the TI. Edna Huebschmsn were In Mrs Jeanns Patterson weekend Doris (Mrs. R. 0.) Ruffe, Annette
This Is the second
tusville Junior Woman'i Club charge of the luncheon. Mrs tI t ;; Ave. Participat atre.far the tense mysterydramaand (Mrs John) WelU, Carolyn (Mrs.

became corresponding secretaryand Jerry Krnaul, outgoing federa ceremonies were Miss W N.) Bandusky, Donna (Mrs.
from all of tha
reports opening
Mrs J. J. Condes, Immediate lion president conducted the Hcnsley, Mrs Mary it's of the top C. Richard) McCotter Shirley
past president of the Thus business portion of the meetingat Mrs Sharon Brown TLT<< shows one The stage setting (Mrs liens) Walker and JoAnn
vlll seniors was Installed at which she heard annual reports Diane Robinson (Mri. Roy) Roberta
Is of the best
from the thirteen club for the meeting war ( one
Federation Chaplain. Appointedfor I'
I'I at TLT. The story ,takes
press coverage was Mrs. presidents in the County Federa I I l Fesgan who demon place In the 1890's and the furni The JWC't first informal meeting .

Joseph Draper Kennedy, IRC tion.Mrs. a art of floral arrange lure and decor Is distinctly of of the summer will be InNorma'
Club member pant president of Scotty Clip and Mri. Is owner of Flower that time period. Ed Austin li home also next Tues

the Melbourne Senior Club. Albert Pekora were in charge of ai- 1 doing double duty for this production day evening, Hostesses for the

Mrs. William T. Marquette registration. Serving on the resolutions t serving ai stage manager event will be Ann Schmidt, Barbara -
outstanding club woman of committee were Mrs.J. and Jack Larks of and playing the part of apoliceman. Terhune, Sandy Goodkind,
South Brevard, who hat Just J. Condei, Mrs 11. C. Steger r Ave. and their two Betty Snyder, Beverly Simon
completed two service and Mrs. Sidney Lilly are spending a delight
yean at crop. and Norma.
We've witnessed bits and snatches
District Six Director was In. Mrs. Archie Million, Sr., ', --.-... )' weekend In Tampa. of the rehearsals and neediest
stalled the hew president of the Eiu dalll Seniors :
as president. LOVELY MODELS Two of the lovely !
and direction
young to say the acting
Other! officer included Mrs the opening call to ;20 am. Mass at St.
gave wearing (their own handmade creation Forecast for
during the Catholic Church next Is superb. The tense scenes July 10, 11, 17
Scotty Gulp representing the Eau order with the following taking yllle! High School's home! economic 18
department will Bac- between Ken Morton and Ethel and Rain! But of course,
be specie
Gsills Seniors at second vice. part: Mrs. Carl Jackson Titus- lath Ion show recently were from )left June a students of Sego ai Mr. and Mri. Manning- we're not referring to the weather
Mass for
president; Mrs Russell Hopklnt, Villa Rr'l., devotional; Mrs. Joe and Barbara Uarneg.-. -(CarUon Photo). graduating from TI. ham are so realistic Ethel will just Titusville. Little
Eau Collie Juniors, recording Williams Melbourne Jr's.,
High this The have bruises on her arms for Theatre's next production of
secretary; Mri. If. D. McDonald, pledge; Mrs McDonald Cocoa year.
Tcbcbula Treei Will receive! Holy some time. Supporting rules are the Mason; "Rain", Tw popular
'Cocoa Juniors, treasurer; Mrs. Jr'.., collect; Mrs. H. J. Andrlx, '
Stewart Haeprr, Cocoa Seniors, Cocoa Sr's., America; Mrs. Russell Arrive; Order Taken( Miss Coyle at this Mass and being played by Elmo: Scott ai TLT personalities will be direct-
| with their parents the pretty young maid, Evelyn Ing the prize-winning drama,
auditor and Mrs Kphrlam La- Hopkins, Eau Gallie wel
( By Club For 175
j Weinhold the older maid and
breakfast guests of as adapted from Somerset Maugh
Prade, Melbourne Senior., his come and Mrs. Plumb, IRe
torian. club, response. The Flowering trees uponsnred Recipient B. O'Hsre at the Charles Bradfield as the police am's sensational l ahort story,
Inn. Pat Blumer, inspector. Directors of the play (Mrs. Roy) Ramsey and OnetaMr
Attending from the TltusvllleJuniors by the TCI City Gsrden Club
Appointed by the
new president are Rosanne Crouch and Bob\ ( *. J. B,) ,
tU Telephone Mgr., Leutwyler
to was Mrs. Jack Larks, have arrived.! The planting<< of the
serve as parlimentarlan past president, Mrs. Coshorn Tabcbula trees It the Club'i Scholarship of St. Teresa's' Holy Pickering. Curtain is 8:15: p.m. Casting for the play will be
was Mrs. John Soukup of the
Cocoa Beach Club. and Mrs. Luce, the new presi part of the clty'l besutiflcatlon and president of tonight and Saturday. this Sunday from 3 5:00 p.m.
dent. program rfunng May when or. of Commerce will: -- In TLT's building on Brown
Mri. C. L. Meuaer,, state
past den for 171 trees! were taken by speaker at the break. Don't forget the "Around St., with alx men and four wo-
president of the Florida Federation Mrs W D. Bruner, past district
Town" bake sal this afternoonat .
the club members.The > mea needed for the cast.
served ai instilling officer. director; Mri. Carl Jackson Pirtle Plata, Big Apple Plaza

Using a simple/service/ with a past president; Mr. Condes, trees' In cam, are now in Troop 369 and Indian River Plaza sponsor: ...........
wedding themei'Mrs. Menser received past president; Mri. Moore, the avitlabl and can be picked upIt tr, A ed by Future Homemakers of ... ",,
second vice and the Rock Garden Nursery + up" to Girl Scouts to- .. wr..r/ aid "
plodgci Vfrom. all the new new president ; America at, Parkway Jr. High.
officers BS webs s standing Mrs Roy Ramsey, the new which li located\ at 8221 Old Dix ,, a special program The sale began after school and i rritd AIda'US.t'

pledge from deflates and club! president of the Tltusvllle Sr's., ie Hwy, 14 mile north of the LaGrange room at Citi will last until all items are sold. ... .
members ting their alto attended. Cemetery The girls have .mMeW.r .
repren respective This will be a good chance to
club M The,. labebula lion. of the very impressive even "a5 . as"
From the IRC club were Mr. pick up lots of delicious goodies .
will with the
With Mrs. Clark Maxwell, Sr., R. S. Nunnally president; Mrs most beautiful and hardiest flowering Girl Scout open flag cere lor the holiday picnics and trips

past president of the Eau Galllo Plumb past president; Mrs. trees' for Florida. They Davis and Cynthia to the beach. THE DORIS LAMP SHOD
seniors as general chairman of Nick Turopoljac Mrs. Larry grow to berfrom 13 to 25 feet In Lamp Stylists
will bearers
be flag
arrangements, the whole affair airnms, Mrs. C. J, lleckclmoser, height and like "Wet feet" and Human"a Shepard, Amy Chad- Lovely Norma (Mrs. Jack) IMPORTS 5st .I I
was geared to making the one Mrs Harold: Oriy, Mrs. Reene planted tui high ground uM Lynn Pfarr will make Lark, our owl Mrs. BrevaraY DECORATOR
hundred or so club .women attending -' Jacobua and Mrs T. C. Pope. plenty btJ"r'soul the toot : Guard. used her award winning talents CUSTOM LI t

most welcome system r fs Mubltshed, and next troop will recite the and Ingenuity, to prepare a delicious Over 500 to I
Mrs Roy Dean and Mri. William Keen Teen Club winter should a freeze occur, buffet luncheon Wednesday .. from
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protect by bsliking like a cltrui
Vice were official greeters Of ScottsmoorThe the flag and sing for all the officers and department All 'Siiesl L-
who received In the foyer of the tree.The They will then join chairmen who served All Shapes!

beautiful new Eau Gallie Wo Keen Teen Club of Scotts- parent tree was brought a Brownie circle to under her presidency/ of the Titusville Coloral! ,
man's Club house At the coffee moor met at the home of Mrs. from South America 25 years Mist Cathlten C yl : Are The Happy Junior Woman'i Club THE DORIS LAMP SHOPGenii
table were Mrs. J. Frank Horne Jack Garry, Monday 25 at They begin to bloom when
May ago and receive their this past year.Norma'a ..h.... "'... nlnouwey xe' I
and Mrs. Kathryn Beach. 7:00.: four yean old and have beautiful The Southern membership start. mouthwatering menu !I 1'1. e.1M. "NT OICAIIIU. CLA

Mrs. Byron Caulking and Mr. clusters of tmlll yellow Research Foundation, ;;___ _n__
In attendance were Patch leaders, Mrs. Gayle
,Anne Billings were In charge of trumpet Blooming time Is announced the selection ::
the Sanders Louis Sanders Maureen and Mrs. Chris
beautiful table arrangements March and April. Sometimes teen Coyle as a
Hawthorne, Karen Mundhenk
which featured ribbons of Judy Duke, Judy Alsobrook Bar- called "Silver Trumpet Tree" The William Q. & Marie present Billsborough stars to Katy Amy !

bars Glllenwater, Butch Garry though the botanical name Is Scholarship The Sheree Chapman,

For The Donald Hawk, Edward Rout, Argentea Tabcbula. will continue until she ., Cynthia Looka Why line Why age? Why vanish wrinkles for threeor

Host, Georgians Futch, Tommy Ono of the alma of the Trl City she ceived her doctorate Kay Pittman. even 8 hours? Wipe them away twenty-four hours
maintains standards
June e1ieExclusive Sanders, Bob Hogan, Gary Wadding Garden Club la to encourage the Nancy Walker a day. Correct them DON'T HIDE them. Let a
and Jeanne Burchfield and planting of Flowering Trees and lished by the Foundation. Cynthia Fetner, "GENII"
work before
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Directors Graham
Mrs. Ruby Dower, your eyes.
thus to mike Tltusvllle
a Kim Thompson,
Mr. Jack Allen and Mrs. Curtis Beautiful Cathy, 17, Is the Product.
Futch. City.Titusville Mr. and Mrs. Paul L Cynthia Rawls

New and the eldest of six Murray. INDIAN RIVER REXALL DRUGS
Articles discussed were membership JWC She is a senior in "fly up" girls will then INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

Styles cards ago limit, which To Hold First High School, vice- : "Wings" and cross I
was set at 13 to 21, and other the Science Club, ___

Item. Meeting Of SeasonThe (the F.T.A, I member
Brevard County Seminar Clip this adl It.. worth $5.00 toward
After the meeting refreshments Tllusvllle Junior Woman's 00 your pur-
were served which were Club will hold its first meetingof Beta Club and The OFF chaw of watch for the gradual $24.75 and

furnished by Barbara Glllen tho summer season In the Honor Society. up. Hurry Inl Limited time offer

water and Butch Garry, home of the past president Mrs. Cathy will attend :

The next meeting will be Jack !Larks 122 Thornton Ave., State University In the
Thursday June 4th at 7:00 j
Mri. Jack Allen's home.: All at Tuesday, June 2, at 8:00: p.m. where ahe will major in OF WORLD-FAMOUS '

ematics.James i
.teenagers\ are Invited to attend. Newly Installed.! president Mrs I dk

rut Iaaa re lava DAVIS NURSERY Luce, will preside WATCHES!

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Oti KGWY. 1 3-MI. NORTH OF OAK HILLON meeting will be Just arrived the largest collection BULOVA
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COMPLETE LANDSCAPING. TREE SURGERY -to -attend.--! ---- models we've ever offered! You'll find more stylesto

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CHINESE BIRTHDAY Y CAKE]- Mrs. Chris Benner was
presented a surprise birthday'cake recently at the Boe-
__ 1 ing Wives Oriental luncheon jn the home of Mrs Lila
r & Pickering. In keeping with the theme of the luncheon, y 5e I
j \ the cake said, Iappy Birthday Chris" in Chinese Admiring tale ? 1'r"

I. .- 'M HBB n *. .. : :E., .2.it.l.: ol. r,:.wl:..;...s'I ,.. Benner the and cake Mrs are Pickering, from left-farlson( Mrs Helga Photo)Clark. Mrs. ORIENTAL LUNCHEON -Boeing Wives Sweet, Mrs Pickering, Mrs, Midge Golds-

PRE-WEDDING TOAST Friends of Hennessey Hall From left are Mrs Joan dressed "Japanese style" for an Oriental bury and Mrs Chris Benner In rear are .
Miss Carol Thweatt offered her a pre- Grenville, Mist Virginia Ann Banta, Miss 9 luncheon recently in the home of Mrs. Mrs. Nonnie Smelser, Mrs Mary Ann
wedding toast with pink party punch ser Thweatt and Mrs Odetta Jacobs.-(Carl Lila Pickering on Chinese Seated Morrison and Mrs. Helgn ClarkCarl- I
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A WELCOMING ROSE-Mrs. Joy Myers, left, vice presi- r
dent of Eta Eta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi presented the
traditional yellow rose to new member, Mrs Ruby Bam-
ford during the sorority's recent meeting at First Federal "
: Mrs Bamford is an Alpha Theta transferee from
Orlando.-(Carlson Photo).

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GARDEN CIRCLE INSTALLS -'New officers Stephens treasurer; Mrs. E. T Floyd, sec -..-... _woyft -. .... '
A for the Ixora Garden Circle were retary; Mrs Randall Maney, co-chairman; mi -- e.:.... : ,..1 .. 41. : .......Lii
installed recently by Mrs. J. A. Sheridan, Mrs Charles Tumey, chairman and ,Mr.. t-.l
during an installation luncheon 'at'' the Sheridan.-(Carlson Photo). NEW SORORITY OFFICERS Epsilon Mrs Larry Hill, presldel ; .. Nevin
Colonial Lounge. From left are Mrs John M Delta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Ball, vice-president; Mrs. Brady,
'1 Sorority installed new officers recently secretary; Mrs. Henry Tieed' treasurer 'I"
during a banquet at the Rivervlew Restaurant and Mrs. Jack Miller* educational direc-
From left are Mrs William Duff, tor, (Carlson Photo).
out-going president and Installing officer;

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GOING AWAY GIFTS Two officers of Florida Greeters -
Newcomers Club were presented going away gifts -1
recently at the club'i monthly "newcomers coffee' at '
the home of Mrs:Dee Kestler on Gardena'! Circle Admir-
ing the gift are, from left, Mrs Peggy Koonti, corres- 7 k
ponding secretary; Mrs. Kestler and Mrs Helen Smith,
1 1 secretary (Carlson Photo). ,

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members of XI Delta Mu Chapter, Beta Mrs. Ray Massa, vice president; Mrs Harry .' -- _MI ...". .. 7 '--e J ..a
I Sigma Phi received their Exemplar Ritual Campbell, guest; Mrs Paul Demole and
recently following a dinner party at the Mrs. DeWitt 'Lyle, new members.-(Carl- OFFICERS INSTALLED Orange Bios- Zimmerman, vice-chairman; Mrs. Deleon
home of Mrs. E. D Scandrett. From left son Photo): corn Garden Circle's newly elected officers Ellis, chairman. Mrs. Polly Miller, outgoing -
were installed recently at the Torch chairman; Mrs Lee: Mrs Margaret
Club by Mrs Esther Lee, a past president Fogg<<, secretary and Mrs. Margaret Goad, 'I
of Titusville Garden Club and a past DIs- treasurer, (Carlson Photo).
t trict Director From left are Mrs Vivian

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INSTALLATION BANQUET-Mrs. Char- A. G. Roman, treasurer; Mrs. Herbert E. DANCER A broken ankle didn't stop NEW OFFICERS MEET New officers Mrs Clark chairman; Mrs Paul Estrada,
les Massey, newly elected president of Ruch, Jr., secretary; Mrs T. W. Watts, this boy! Jeff Hinkson was determined to be part of for the Acacia Garden Circle met recentlyat secretary; Mrs. James Jicha, vicechairman -
the Titusville Garden* Club, Installed officers vice-chairman, Mra. B. K. Schultz, chair- Rivervlew Elementary School May festivities so he shed the home of Mrs. William Clark to ; Mrs. Tolbtrt Daniels, treasurer and
for Whispering Oaks Garden Circle man and Mr$. Fred W. Griffia. outgoing' hit crutches and did a "Pop Goes The Weasel"dance with make plans for the forthcoming year. Mra ,Vtrnon Jansen, outgoing chairman.
recently during a banquet at the Torch chairman. (Carlson Photo). his pretty little partner, Linda Campbell. (Carlson Seated around the table, from left are Carlson( Photo).
C1ubr From,left are,..Mrs. U&uey"Mrs. Photo).


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t, 4 Tlhiivlll (P........) ahrAly.s.h Friday. May If.. ItM.. Union Urges Flag Display Tomorrow.
--- To 'Teach
J "Mi, there be a National Em Star' and atrip?.* should not i

blest flag tlyUg from every; govenc( | oy Uie declared DI,,

At Lighthouse' TabernacleThe home and to front of every business tonal holidays; but should '
establishment In our great flown wherever and whence

+ May 30th, possible during daylight hour
Full Gospel Lighthouse Cates, Jr.. of Greensboro, N. C., City of Tituiville" on weather permitting.
wttls Nnoa Attd Notea Memorial. Day AU Veteran or ,
Tabernacle, on North U. S. teach on tho "Girts and Opera
0/ North Bravtsrd ) Highway 1 Ht MimI are Justifjably tlon of the Holy Spirit' and ganisations within area the are city making and "*ll n displaying the RI,
) proud to have the esteemed pray for the sick, commencln the White and Blue you are tout

Missionary-Evangeliat: E J. Monday night, June lit, at 7.30: this plea to the general public.A aerv- the world' -I am an Amoric.
Memorial Day
1j special and thank God It .Is a democrat
pm.Rev. Ice will be held in front of the 'wa'y of We and not Comm
;' Cates Is a bumble con
1st Missionary TitusvUle Courthouse at 11 a.m. lam,"
--- '-'--' secreated God.
r ., dedicated Man of morning This will be
Baptist Church, IRC ', Everyone Is cordially invited a joint ceremony with the Vet -ea
29 Tiny Tot 'nT The first Missionary Baptist but (the Mends of Rev. Cates In erans of Foreign War, American Notlci l. hereby or liven. tbil: n,'
this area are exhorted to support World War I nimnl to tin rin.l, Ueorw of Co
Church of 'Indian River City, Legion and 'olixura' ..nl..rr4 !I. thv MUM urn
Indian River and Tangelo Ave him with their presence and Veterans and their respective Inn la lh. Circuit Court of t
? NInth Judicial' Clrault la aM, .
I Graduates Elder Hqward Thornton, pastor, prayers Auxiliaries participating Brevmrd County Florida. In eh.nr
,; announces the following ser The colon will be advanced by ,Clerk No will 87 Mil.SW.lb. th property. undrrai,!
Miles Hollingsworth; the Invocation In Mid County HMrrlbm
vices ?:
:: Rev. Robert Lot 19. Block 00. n.plat| l | ,
GirlIs will be given by
(" In Exercises Sunday; ,Sunday School, 9:45: Rockledge '.011'It thru to, Block ou V !:
Waddell, pastor of the Methodist lion D, 8hurwood Park Huhrtlv"Ixlon
d?,eql a.m., with classes for all ages, Indian River ,'' a* r.eordn la Plm Book
| By Illiabeth Ctorwr nursery provided; morning worship Church of 1a. Pane a.p1 the PubUo H,,.
? will be placed In orta of Br vard ,
r 22nd VictimA City; Flowers County rior-
it' 4 11.00: ; Baptist Training Ida.
The feeling of expectation front of the Memorial by Mrs. Tn.eber(
with an
Course!, (8:30 I: p m with classes
School last Gold Star lmwrov.mi.nu low and hmafter"fculd
reigned over Bayvlew ; Mary Hitfield for the
for all 7.30, 19'yesr-old Rockledge girl land .and flxlurai ,
ages; wor H1h
night.: with 20 shining/ faces seriously .,.r Lee Hillhouse (Debbie) Jennings, Mothers, Mrs. Kay Balr for the (hereto, and all Mali, Iniut
ship. prods, and 'olr
saluting the flag. Veterans of Foreign& Wars Auxiliary proflta accruing ,
of 1073 Judith Terrace, became accrua .(rum mid pramliei, all\ ,
Wednesday: 7.30: p.m., Mid Mrs. Arthur Gaudct for which are Included within the ,
This was the opening!! scene of week prayer service. Bible study Brtvard County's 22nd traffic the American Legion Auxiliaryand I l"ln* 4Morl|>tlon and the hibmdu" ft,,
the in head-on, two car thnnol.; at..11 fat. team, flnctr
"Graduation Night" magIc fatality a
'I' ; course conducted by Eld. Thorn Mrs. Johanna Trumboll fur water, and other bea0 a. ,
night long awaited by parentsand ton; 8:30, adult choir rehearsal collision Thursday morning on the World War I Auxiliary. refrlneraina. ll.htln., ttunl"V'ntllRttn ,
stud nls of Tiny Tot Kinder Thursday: 10 a.m., Ladles' SR S20 Wreaths will be placed In' dltlonlnii*and 1"llIalln.power systems air. mm om,

garten. ertrDANCE visitation; 7:15: ,p.m., Men's visitation The collision, which occurred memorium by Mr. Scheible for 'Inn,.nanu appllanont..... which Ixtum/now and II,
at the east end of the Indian Curt. .,. art or n>
A musical follow. r ; 7 p.m Beginners choir ; the Veterans of Foreign Wars, pertaIn to,. or be u>r
program ,
at with In on or ahout laid
tog the invocation by Rev, David rehearsal; 7:30. p.m., Junior choir River Drawbridge, sent six Harry Teetrlck for the American aven though thny b* dotachM prpmiw

II. Grnner of First t'tptist Y rehearsal the seven occupants of- the other Legion and F. B. Hearne' for the drtachablK.and, at Deny public bidder/ .I.tore to..b,i iklirhMl

Church, gave parents in inklingas car to the hospital. World War I Veterans: 1Je: o'clock Noon on thn lib d].*
to Trooper Ian of June, WM at the KI.I
According front
The Honorable Gus Faulk, ??
to what has been learned during of Dravard
their children's first year of .-. -r---:" Chrjtfiin; Science Macllwraith's report, Miss Jennings County Commissioner of District ,, In lTlt",vlil.. Florida County Courthou',

"school". Their class song, One of the many dances performed Margaret, Ritenour, Paul Carraway, Kdthy"J' "T ,r" '1 Is no power but of an employee of J. M 1, will deliver the main address Clark CURTIS of..R tha. BARNKg Circuit Court
Field store Merritt Island, *
on benediction will be said by I By V. "llan.l.rICOt'nT
"We Are Kindergarten Pupils by students at Riverv'ew!' Elementary Cruke, Bruce Butch, Kathy West,:.Mark. Cod" .This Golden Text from The I Dvputy ClerltJII..12
traveling west of 820, apparently I followed the
Rev. Wadded by
told of learning to salute the flag School for their May festivities was Mellon) Frieda Hogan and Steve Sandidge, RornMljl (th.; 13)) establishes the dropped off the pavement Retirement of the Colors. / (KBAU Krl) )1904,
and to be true to God and "Gustaf Skoal," A Swedish folk dance. -Carlson( Photo). theme of this Sunday's Bible I IIhoulder ...
ust she started onto is Invited to -
as The general public
country. This Is only part of their ;
Shown doing the dance are, from 1 left. Lessorf at all, Christian Sciencechurches. .
kindergarten experiences that ''The Is the bijdge approach, lost con pay homage to that men and women
will their minds trot and swerved across the who laid down their lives In
help to develop i I f get business
clent and Modern you
WW Necromancy any :
and help build the youngstersInto Gateway Club litfhway: into the east lane am all wars so that we and ours I

future leaden of this Executive Board Hill 'N. Dale Garden Circle alias DenounCed Mesmerism and Hypnotism, .. head-on into a station wagoi .. might live In a land of the free Over' the telephone} -
country driven by Willis Lee Hartley> :, The flying of the Flag on Memorial
To Meet Wednesday Some/ .of 'the Bible readings Cocoa Beach, accompanied bt Day Is a Way of expressing
Included in the tell about the building of the you will get more bus!.
program was Enjoys Luncheon Pool Party ? his wife and six children. to the veterans of all wars that
the kinging of fun songs lad:! by Mrs. Don Fryslle, president of wall of Jerusalem through Ne.hemlah' those who laid down their lives
Mrs. II. E. (Miss Pat) Whltaker Gateway Welcome; Wagon Club, .' acknowledgment that tress when you use
for the protection of these United
The lull 'N Dale Garden Club II. L. Lindsey, Mrs. H. ti. '
urges.ath members of the club to Class Of 59 ReunionThe
and several musical stories were "The Cod of heaven, he wIDprospea
States and Our Great Democracy
circle met at the homo of Mrs lousy, Jr., Mrs W. J. Erndl,
be present at till next executive .
narrated by Mrs. J, E. (Aunt .
us" Neh.
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: did not die In vain.
Jack Farabee 6n Mrs LJungquist, Mrs. ot)
Ruby) Whltaker, the school director board meeting to be held Wednesday Wednesday Olgby Titusville High Class a
Passages from "Science and
In the words of Harry Teetrlck,
with the adding the June S, at the friendship May 20, for a luncheon and pool Wm. G. Blackwell, Mrs. Robert '59 will have a five.year reunion
group Health with Key to the Scriptures" Commander of American
musical words, Room of First Federal Savings party. W. Parker, Mrs C. B. Rigglns, banquet at 7 pm. June 8 at
by Mary Baker Eddy Post No. 1, Tltusvllle, "The flying
and Loan Association Jr., Mrs Andruo Workum Whispering Hills Country .Club. 267.5530GIGANTIC
Mrs. Charles Mansey, president will Include this: "There Is no J'of our National Emblem the
As part of the school's physical
The meeting will begin prompt. Pat Ostcen, who has been! ..
of the TitusvUle Garden Mrs. Virgil Mullenburg, .Mrs. power apart from God. Omnipotence
fitness for the
program pant year ly at 10 a.m when many Important working on the reunion, said that
the Elephant Walk was demon. Items of business will be Clubs, was special guest and Darwin Drown Mrs. Ron Hal- has all power, and to the banquet will consist( of tomato
presided over the Installation of comb, Mrs John P. Dolfis.'Mrs.. acknowledge any other power
strated by the boys "On a SailIng brought before the'group. salad, roast beef,'
Ship" gave a musical background Mrs. Bruce J. Snyder, hand. officers for the forthcoming .Clyde L. O'Neal, Mrs. Gerald is to dishonor Cod" (p, 228) ,Juice beans,."rolls, Ice ceram potatoes, cake;,,

to display the coordination book chairman, will have the year, Hookt, Mrs Willard Hulcomb, ,, Flrsf Church of Christ, Scientist coffee or tea. It will be semi'

developed this past year proof available for constructive incoming/o.officers are; Mrs Mrs II. E. Trammell, Mrs. services,- TitusvUle at Ham., holds and Wednesday Sunday formal and the cast will be $3
criticism Mrs. Snyder stresses ,*
"Aunt Ruby" and "Miss Pat" John Nclion, president; Mrs Tom Youngblood, Mrs. AlbertE per person.
that club member be testimony meetings at 8 p.m. .
were presented gifts by "ISM eponftlble every for her own listing re- Frank Little, vice-president; Porolan Mrs. John M. Star et 100 Baldwin Shopping Center 20 Ounces .The largest size
Graduating for their "ten Mrs, Harry Limlsey, secretary ling Mrs. Hull de Deugd :
This will be the last opportunity ; war Sunday School for child If you have rental
der loving nd understand Mia. Gerald Hooks, treasurer. a guest.Hannemanrt, quality hair spray you' can buy !
to the
for members to be listed. Those ren up age of 20 convenesat

ing during Cla..1" t year". 'members' who' have no telephone Tables! were.s t\\.UII, around the It a,m. In the Chamber. of housing, list it in

At last alIlc" moment ot who have not been available' IXIfiI.IIt). ) | .., day| motif used an Goes Commerce!! building,' All are
came and nKstera march are especially requested to get tile primary| ,decorative theme North For SummerJacob welcome., The Star-AdvocetelI i

ed down the alu\* with caps and: any pertinent Information to Mri and a. color! Bchem: of ,yellow, GIGANTICUp
gowns Singing We're Going to Snyder by this meeting date. and whlilt\ was/( carried out. Two Hannemann, local piano
Graduate," they received their The regular June meeting will .
bouquets were -floating in the professional, plans to leave Mon
diplomas from Rev. Clrlmer be held at the Torch Club on pool, both arrangements .featur n. / to spend the summer with
"America", sung by class and:! Wednesday, June 17, at which ing garden: -i. 'mfe''hap d like the North Shore Music Theatre, to an extra 20 days supply of

parents, ended the program as time guests and new residents a daisy and' the other a round at Highland! Park, 111. He has '
the kindergarten children looked will be most welcome to attend. Living Curl at no extra cost to you!
bouquet of spring flower/. been connected with this organ'Izalios '
forward to the "grown up world"of Executive board meetings art
Hostesses were Mrs. CI de 0' for 12 years.
first grade next fall. confined to members only.
01' Neal, Mrs. R. L. baton, Mrs
Mr. Hannemann handles all rehearsals -

Noel V. F. W. Auxiliary Mrs Willard Hulcomb, Mrs and plays with the orchestra GIGANTIC
;. deLesdernier John Nelson. and Mrs. Ronald during the performances I

Tapped For Scroll Tltusvllle Auxiliary 422S, Veterans Halcnmb. He plans to return here after Labor .
of Foreign.: Wars, will hold Two new members, Mrs
And At Stetson
Key Day. Mra. Hannemann will
Its monthly meeting Monday, Robert W. Parker and Mrs. Virgil Savings

Noel deLesdernier of Titus June 1, at 7.30: p.m. at the Post Mullenburg, were welcomed' remain here during the. summer 2.35 value!

home. Members: ,present were Mrs. as usual. q
s vllle, a junior at Stetson University }
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Of, wis among students In All members are urged to at

the upper five percent of her tend. to pity
I class tapped for Scroll and Key,

I v, the University's equivalent of Phi VISITS FATHER IN ALA. Very individually yours'OGILVIE
Beta Kappa, at a recent assembly Mrs. Carl Jackson of U. S 1. "s
x (for leadership awards on the Indian River City, and daughter, '

DeLand campus Mrs Eleanor Free, spent the 3For'
Dr. Jnhlm lingua, chairman of weekend in Annlstnn and Oxford,
1 h'' Stetson's American studies department Alabama Mrs. Jackson visited 3 Steps to Hair: Beauty 1' hair

announced the students her father, Mr J. M Butler, who GO AHEAD! SOAK IT UPI!

selected for this honor and presented I Is a patient in Annl ton Nursing ]

:! them with scrolls, )lame lie I Is 94 yeara old and do. Special: i1

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Fdday, Mugs 29, i4 Tltumlle (IFljrldil'' ) ItarMve.ale P'N a .
Mime Area Happenhi9ir'i
abedi j. Editorials :

",J I 'r "t- lfhe Devil Has. ClEiins Williams HonoredBy II

,,,,,I"- .. e Principal= Is
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M 1f Cledvi McLendon restaurant In Orlando; for dinner Redgita ind Mrs E. L. Job- ,
h':1rrbe: Prince Edward Case AM 7-1241 and later a show were co-chairman for the but

letn Jlntll'> i year Others were Mrs H. W.
'" 1 J I' I* %, List week was "National In HespitalMri. Galloway, Mrs Wayne Ysucy,
die pl1: The Supreme Court of the United States, In a decls- 4e { Bon Week"". The time when Elisabeth Bradley, Curriculum Mrs Jim Walker Mrs. 'Charles

mi rust'( ion handed down Monday, ordered t Prince Edward County ",, ry t you let your ,boiscl' know how Coordln.tor'of Mime Thompson, Mrs. Pauline Dean,

Virginia to re-open its public school! on a desegregated much you enjoy working with School was admitted to Holiday Mrs Nancy Spivey, Mrs, David
basis by next and for them. The faculty of Hospital In Orlando, last Thursday Myeri. Mrs Joe Lee Walker,
1ne September I Mima School think their boss Is for lame tests. She wii Mrs, Grover Wright, Mrs. John
? The Prince Edward racial controversy was one of topi.On Wednesday Mrs MaxIne able to come home on Saturday, Bell, Mrs C E. Hopton, Mrs.
:,',' the original school desegregation cases decided by the Wilson and Mri. Sue Dmmm but unable to be In school Mon John Schneider' Mri. Floyd M.,-

Ihtb f,' highest tribunal in May, 1954, and school officials closed 1 both who work In the office day. We sure wish her luck and nard Mri. H. C McLendon, Mrs.
good health 10 the cm soon be Charles Roof and daughter CharIcnc -
04 with'olhf'r
"' ''' the along secretary
I. public schools in 1959 to avoid court-ordered Inte-
ray and their bosses, enjoyed a delicious back with us. Mrs. Tony N..t.... Mrs.
'2C 'I" gration.: Since that time all Prince Edward students s"T luncheon. After school was Don Null, and Mri. Jim Phillips.

1 have been enrolled in private schools with no public dismissed Mr. Wllllimi atm hid Has Birthday Party Principal Bill\ Williams Joined

'. schools operating in the county. another surprise'coming, for ho Mri. Z. Odell Kluer, of! 310 the group for lunch and thanked
with In Westwood Villa, the Gray Ladles for their splendid
red wit honored a party given Kirby Drive
Associate Justice Black who delivered the Court'sk
help to the ichool this put
by' the faculty. He was present. gave a party for her ion Odell
main opinion, held that the case would go back to the U ed with a piece of luggage and Marlon, who was 11 years old, year

", S; District Court in Virginia "with directions to enter a Mrs Wllllimi wii presented a on May 20th, Members of tho

area decree which will guarantee that these petitioners (Negro let of hostess glasses, for behind Little League teams were on Circle Meeting
successful boss U hand to help Oilell i"
.' students) will get the kind of education that is given in 'yy' dx ta usually every a successful wife.Injoyi The children played many games The Alice GavenU Circle met

n0nn, '"." the. state's public schools." a ,. ind prliei were given. Before at the home of Mri. Gene Gil-

. p. This order may not be as easily carried out as the Field Trip hiving refreshment Odell\ opened more on Monday night. During
'' the business meeting Mra. Tom
'nn..a: Justices might think. The physical plant conditions of Mrs. Dorothy Layering and his gifts. my Jamison wii elected to serve

'; the Prince Edward School\, system have, no doubt, suffered Mri. Janet Burkrlt\ took their Those enjoying the party with on the WMU nominating commit
to Sanford to visit the him were Steve Mullls, Stove
, decline during this period and competent school closes tee.
+edx Zoo. The children hid an enjoyable Hill\ Ronny llugglna, Jon Hill,
personnel principals teachers administrators etc Altemm, Program Chairman, Mrs. P. W.Robrrti .
'" time witching the in- David Johnson Ronny
,- I'i'l:: have sought employment elsewhere. With the national fies'of the inlmili. At noon they Billy Thomas, Eddy O'Neal, Sam grim entitled Jr. presented"For Liberty the pro and ;

tera ;. shortage of teachers this :could pose a serious problem in wfetlt to Urn Municipal\ Pirk*nd Swanger. Danny Klmble MikeBailey Light" misted by Mrs. Robert
Charles Frye, Uoyd Griffin
ate lunch. Then played on the ,
endeavoring to staff the schools for reopening. until Linda Griffin Beverly Prye.Helena Mick, Mrs Tommy Jamison,
pliy> ground equipment
County students who have been attending other time ,to come back to school. Trent, Tommy Graham, Mrs. Daniel Lord, Mrs Lloyd

schools, likely will choose to continue their schooling u 1 1 1i They were tired,'but hippy, remembering Gary Riulcrson, John Swinger Lashley.refreshments Following were served the meeting by the 1

there and when the schools reopen Negroes are the only all they had seen M auction, David, Rocky Robinson Davis, Carolyn Cynthia hostess to the 13: members prey

ones expected to enroll. ent. Next meeting will be June
Ousts, Bobby Splcer, Karen
Mr, John Bounds and his students 22ml. at the home V.
[ r of Mrs. B. ,
This Is a hard case and, fortunately, a rare one. It e" 1 Divls, Cindy Boris, Rany Davis,
4I at Mimi School took a trip Andre.
'S9Sic '. evolves on the question of federal right to Intervene in Rockfrdge to visit the Mem- Donald Boris, h Harold Stevenson, -
Jeanette Conner, Fitly Splcer, t
state and county administration. These Prince Edward .oHil Gardens. This li a beautiful
Allen' Roblnnon Greg Altmin, Perswtils I.Mra.
countians dled-in-the-wool and resent be- place where ono sees many
: are Virginians
Ricky Davis, Steven Tiykir,
bird Fred Bender and daughter
*, !flowers, trees, etc., where -
ing told how to run their affairs. CQ SIQ'- you. can walk with nature ai tho Larry llama Kevin Hull Ricky Mr,. Larry Kurr visited list

'While we do not condone the drastic action taken by StiT guide,, tells you ill about the Smith. Merrill Warden, Rindnl week In Decatur, Georgia, With
Francis Warden and
the officials in closing the schools we do defend their 'Ia tblll.you see The group ate Scotty Browning Somerset., Mothers present Mri. Benders parents, Mr. 'and
&lunch at the Boy Scout Chicken Mrs. T. H. Fuller
right to resent and resist federal Intervention In the administration I before were Mri. Lena Conner,

of county affairs. Heed, Uncle Sam Before It's Too Late! All 'the returning itudenti enjoyed to the this school.nitura Mrs. Harry Trent, Mri. Pat Spl
and Mrs F. D. Browning.A Mr
cer and Mri. Larry Sharpe
When the Supreme Court tells a county In one state II, .study very much, rake decorated with baseball and daughter Kimberly are visiting

what it shall, and must do this sets a precedent for chirictcrs, sandwiches and Larry'i parents, Mr. mil,!
J "' Idling any county in any state what it shall do. If they "" Let The Voices Be Heard : c,.Mri....Norm*. Birthday Smith with beloved Friends cokes were served around I:00" Mrs J. 0. Sharpe and family,

have jurisdiction over the schools they then it p.m. They will return to Cullowee,
county I' secretary of the North Brevard
N C., about the 14th of June,
would !appear! ;'have jurisdiction over'the county tax Rebibllltitlon Center, celcbrited Pack Meeting when they will go back to college ',
structure and administration of local government.The By Ed Stevenson Desegregation of the schools Is Stales of this Nation the rightto her birthday list week.. Mri. The Cub Scouts of Pack 300 for the summer term. t
NOT their true desire. The Supreme run their own affairs, Before Smith. wii presented a .GI...-
usurpation of federal power is one of the gravest Whit doei It take to fully awaken Court decision of 1994 to the law every literate,mm li fa- hopper" suitcase by the Staff will have their monthly pack

threats facing the United States and our form of gov- the people of our beloved permit ncgroci In white schools titled to vote, tit he, blifiOr The school sang 'tongi and shared meeting In the Methodist Educational Wayne Billlngton entered

ernment in this mid-twentieth century if allowed to Country to the dmgeri of the hn not fulfilled their aspiration'' white, md our States should attend nor birthday cake with their Building, Thursday, May JPM Hospital last week, where

continue at its present rate we will witness the chokingoff Civil Rights Bill now being fought to put an end to my school that to It and not give excusa fqr lunch. 28th. he underwent surgery on
over In the United Stitei Senile doei not have a full balance of Federal Intervention. Likewise by That evening' Mri. Elisabeth All Cubs and their parent are day At lilt report Wayne
of freedoms.
by one our priceless
one Some week I wrote strongly white and black itudenti. They the 13th Amendment It U the Bradley, Mr. and lira/ urged to attend feeling much better.
about this and lao others of our wish to destroy the neighborhood prlvelege of every mia to like, Leidy (Nfl, Leidy li occupationl 1. -
has school system, that has endured work "and traj with whom ha l Therapist "it t (Normandy, Gray Lana Lwncheen Mr, m4 Mr Ray .
National and Foreign policy '
&; .Forward *'QIan ; ,"irdoUi situations.! None of these throughout our history, ly taking/ prefer,! md' to, risk hli ,cipltil School), Mill Loil McAllister, a The Um'American Red Croni announce (Ithe arrival of a MOj
fe .Jjavetaken a favorable! turn, but large numbers of those whitu according to Mi own Ideal and Uacher at the school, and Mrs Gray Ladies were honored witha Shawn Anthony, The baby
now, this Civil Rights Issued In children In buisei to a' distant government In this country, must Doris Boynton, speech therapist, luncheon on Wednesday, at the born FriJiy Miy 12nd
Few, )if any, can appreciate the many problems facIng the Senate assumes gargantuan colored neighborhood ichool end not be allowed to control him. laok ,Mri.' Smith to the Skyline School Cafctorlum. Mri. Rogers weighed 7 Ibi
officials at here in the fastest replacing them with colored We must fight: my further tread -. -
our City Hall growing stature 11 a frinkenstdn rearingto I .

city we know of anywhere. enclose us all in it's relentless children Many from prominent acrou negroes the city. In toward Our Senator a dlctorial, Holland government.''amjSmathen ';'. : : .'. ,"

I Titusville has practically undergone a transition from arms freedom and squeeie from this! the Nation.life bloodof It this fight have said their real desire are fighting with 1
small town to sprawling city in the space of a very few will trample the Constitution further let'i face it, U to mix the others to itop this Inventy. This, ilh' .. "

I months the many, growing pains and problems accompanying In the dust that rises .in a white rice and the black race Is grueling work. Every trick III ''W '" ,
They want blood asslmulatlon by the book md clever minds will ,
dark cloud bringing to view the
this'phenomenal growth have been no respecter ,
Intermarriage. They are stultifying be used to mike the Senate pass
image of all\ powerful Cen
of a limited staff or budget at City Hall. tral Government. A Govern the dignity of their rice and this bill. We should give them .
City Manager Cleveland Talmadge and our City Fa- ment that will then become as Insulting the character md more every help we cm to pifvcnt.lt. .' .

thers have burned the midnight oil in their efforts ,to tyrannical n my, by It'. very al Integrity of the great bulk of and we cm dq it Jn an imprti

cope with the future needs of this expanding area and nature and steered by forcei dedicated sincere md fine colored people. live way Current Mol.Daldne l
this with cunning Greater Titusville his a lard
For they, Cnmpnuntn4Si (
here of the results achieved in the to destroying our form of r ..
are some planning planning ire leading and encouraging population of better than average > -Auurllr|
Government, to cutting ui downto '
stage via $4.1 million revenue certificates: the level of the most vlvlous. / anarchy In our streets with people of both races. | suggest

Expanded water supply and distribution system The Communist Conspiracy led tacit approval of our national we.ill write a Jitter to one
of our Senators with a copy! to
plus a much-needed water treatment plant; a white-way by Moscow, that hn vowed to government They are building a
climate of racial itrifu unknownto the other Let ui express our
street lighting program; construction of a new fire station "bury us", will be further on Its this Nation. They will continue View to them In no uncertiiatermi.
road to success with the help of
and sub-station; resurfacing and repairing of streets; sidewalk and President to disrupt and not the worst, To make It known to other I
our own people our '
,Construction;' two community centers; :street and who so ardently Is demanding nor leas sickening part of It, lathe communities, that they might do I' v
of Congressional likewise md give It national Impact -
right md sound our
storm sewer improvements;' a new city hall; and others. the passage of thli bill, and Representatives from iota send these letters to '

This is'truly a big order and all are essential projects. using and hatchctry all\ the ,arti learned of persuasion In a long ill over the country, treating It the Star Adovcste to be forwarded -L e

Rome wasn't built in a day, remember neither can political career In the Congress, lightly and favoring them as a to Washington ennuis to
bride for votei In an election our Senators for their use. i
the of Titusville be transformed into
City a metropolisin to achieve It. Why cm he not lee
year. 11 our voices be beard, loud
short order.Let's ill dangers?
Our constitution guarantee the md clear!
all lend and The long planned single mind-
our cooperation, understanding ; .
ed campaign of the Commies begun
patience to our city officials their's is a tremendoustask after the first ,World War, Scout Troop Court Of Honor HeldTuesday I

and a heavy load. In the not-too-distant future we made the Involvement of the colored

can all enjoy the fruits of their labor as these plans ma- people In the Reds' scheme night Miy 20, a Tenderfoots md now several of

terialize physically and become a reality. of racial unrest, a must, under Court of Honor was held for them hive advanced to Star and kQ1
the guise of helping those peopleto Scout Troop 330, when the Advancement Eagle rank. Six of the boys, In-
greater freedom. It has been Committee announced eluding the Scout Muter and .Vofo

without deviation. In the l>20's these honors: Aist. Scout Mailers have been : :: _

Live And Let Live! the.triining cells for our negroes Advanced to Second Clan elected for the Order of the
were let up md many recruited Scouts: Robert Hurston, Gary Eagle. I
some line have seen the light Cloth. Arthur .(;.,, With the closing of another school year practicallyupon and rebelled. Bit, there still remain Elledge was acvanced to Star school Is out, Troop 320 will be i NO YEAR'S WAITFOR
those the present
among Scout. involved In a Troop Swimmingand
us, may we call to your attention the increased leaders ml) agitators of the The following; Merit Badges" Life Saving Program In the

activity of children and their frequent use of our streets demonstration and disturbmcei were awarded: mornings/ it the Titusville High
and that have this In their records. School pool.Home.
highways. Citizenship in Community and
Let face to the facts!
Children will soon be flocking to our parks and playgrounds ui up In Nation Lowell! Barker, Mike

and caution must be exercised for their protection A great preponderance of our McLester Paul Williams; First : THIS HIGHER RATESavings
thru this On
citizenry do not lee Aid Eddie Elledge, Lowell\ NASA'sAerospace
in. traveling to and from these areas.. conspiracy, but the words of J. Barker Paul Williams. Paul

The degree of care and caution wt may expect from Edgar Hoover should be enough. WUliiml also received Merit the
left by the 10th of any month earn from
children especially those with carefree play on their He his iiid the Reds are behind Badges for Reptile Study, Pets, Team i
this scourge There li an abund- World Brotherhood Home 1st. Savings Insured up. to $10,000 ($30,000 for a hue
mind.. is minimized at this season of the year with nine nee of other proof In print. SeekIt Repairs. Charles V Horne son of Mr. band and wife) by FSLIC a permanent agency of the

long months of school Just behind them and a whole lot of out and read, oh Ve Doubting The Court of Honor Is the last and Mrs. B. T Horne of Leeds, U. S. Government.

play to ,'catch up' on. Tbomiseif When the proponents forms! affair for Troop 320 Alabama, li employed is asupervisory

Too, our scarcity of sidewalks poses an even greater with heavy idmlnlstritlon backIng however Scout Mister Bill aerospace engineerat
of this bill demands its pass- Luecking with Ami. Scout Masters the National Aeroniutici 'and
problem in this impacted area as walking and bike riding age, they should know they are Jim Eachelmm and Jubn.Locklear Space Administration' John T, rat S

f is done alongside the streets. serving the amt of the "Butcherof iiy that many scouting ))tennedy Spate Center: Cape itstYe irtg$
We have to expect the unexpected from children Moscow". Under the cloak of activities will be going on this Kennedy, -

when meeting or overtaking them this obligation is greater freedom, so called for summer. There will be numerous, Horn li i gradual of Annla- ,and Loan Association of f THusvtIU

law and have automobiles under our minority they will put. ramp outs, a trip to Camp Lan- ton Alabama, High School and
imposed by our chains of slavery on the majority ochce, several! service projects Auburn University, where be re. Downtown Office Branch OfficeUS
complete control, thus enabling instant stops when nec and that, minority such as landing and varnishing! eelved a BS degree In Mechanical Washington at Main N. equine

The negro !leader. of., this floors at the Presbyterian Engineering. :
essary.Let's make our streets and highways as safe as !is campaign are DOW "going 'for Church where the troop meets, An Army veteran, he Joined Open f fe J Deily, Alst 4 *. f PrU.r
possible for our children, and adults as well broke". Even: Jf ,tfci* I It .pasted Maul 41 boys arc active In the NASA's launch taste/ In September -
humanly they will not be MtUfled. Already Troop and] they hive bid a busy 134 "

and all enjoy a fun-filled summer, they art fighting la the, courts Mr. year Last September about IS He livei at 2777 Plneridge ......., .r. M 4
Slow down think live and let live! their real aim. percent of the boys were only) Drive, Tltusville. "


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n New Sport Added At THIS

I'llw l6

Golf Is Planned
fate d tttvtvllle. |N.rUU) It** A."e.st. frWey Mar *.. M4 Whispering Hills Golfer Enters

1\0.cnrwe Physical Fitness Mate Pee Wee Qualifying Round

,T hnris Hu h Ipoftlda* SportsNEWS
Room PossibleA y Wesley Mimes, 11-year-old Titusville

golfer, will compete In
John Redman was out on the golf course Tuesday after.noon new sport and a physical he 18th National pee Wee Golf

only a day after he took a third place in the first, U !S. fitness building may be added AND VIEWS t0k'M Championships Qualifying Round

Open, qualifying round at Orlando's Bay Hill Country Club. to ho Tltunville High Bchool .June' at Rorkledge Country

Sort of nice to watch a good golfer in action. Athletic Department next year, Club

And, John works hard to be good Physical condition Principal Truman Scarbrnugh -
rr. Mimes, a veteran! of Whispering
he says Is one of the main objectives of any golfer. aid Thursday Hills Country Club Unirnainenta -

He appears to be in good shape, physically wise, has The new apart will be ROlf fa the son of Mr and

just a little excess weight around the waist, but, not enoughto and completion! of the physical ti Mrs, C W, Klmes, 000 Park
really hurt, fltncis room I i. let for September Adventure Avenue

John has also quit smoking cigarettes, and !is now puff before achool starts next The qualifying round sponsoredby

ing on pipes year the Brevard County Coca-Cola
"I don't really think it helps my golf game a great deal, "Adding( golf at "another! sport Bottling Company ia only for

but I've quit for only about three weeks and time may make li almost definite, Scarbrough By C.,l. David A. Allen Pee Wee boys divisions JO.12 and
a difference. I do know, I imagine I would have been more "And we're almost certain! 23,IS. The Pee Wee, June 2324
tired Monday afternoon upon completing 36 holes, if I was that we'll have the physical fitness Bimlni crulael! Be sure everything at Rio Finer Country Club In Orlando .
building We don't know for
still smoking.. So, maybe it has made a difference," Is aboard, proper equip. features golfers ages 3
sure what will be put inside the scent In place, enough food,
fitness room, but aome IUlleat.I I f ..Ch.,..." Alton the wind U blowln' M !bad thatIt t rations and water and oh a trWashy to 15.

Now, after taking a third place in the qualifying round, lens I have been a two-lane bowling makes it Just a little bit rough spare Boys and girls Interested in the
Fly flshln' la ef the passengers
John has just to practice, and keep his swing down pat until alley, a billiard table, trampolines interestln' one moat to learn to use a fly rod; but If yes Pea Wee may contact .tournament
the next qualifying round at Atlanta Ga., June 8. and aU of the school's ways to eaten fish you've used one before, It ain't "Crank her up" and head director W F, Cairns,

"Since I will be going to Atlanta, I may stop over at weight lifting equipment And It you had an idea that a,, ao bad. Moat folks flfger that Southward from Titusville at --- the Greater Orlando Chamberof

Fernandina Beach for a tournament there, just to stay In "We have negolatod and talked fly tatchln'rod waist little any old good exceptfor you have to have a lot of room 01:30 hours ((1:30am.: ). Set cruising Rims Commerce

practice," says Redman. ed about putting two bowling fresh water! behind you, If you're loin' to doa speed for about 14 knots (16

At any rate, Redman was wiping perspiration off his lanes down the center of the trout, I've cot news for, you. You'en good job of castln' a fly; but mph) and 6-6H hours later you

forehead with one hand and talking with a golf ball in the building, but we'll have to wait big flak whip wit down a little some fly mighty rod that alnt necesaarlly aa. should be "close aboard" to Ft. North Brevard, U of F Alumni
Other. He wasn't really worried when a wild shot might and lee Pierce
and have a barrel of fill doln' It I keep thlnkln about a ma.
veer off the wrong direction, (maybe 15 yards off target), "With the addition of loll, this enough" for the
Or you can get into a mess of who was flshln' in the mountainsone If you've "had
simply wanting to make it perfect. will mean we'll hive to come bream with that same fly rod, time, and when he rounded a day make a turn towards the Inlet Meet Tuesday At Country ClubThe

Redman was practicing on the driving range at Royal through with loins sort of golf and I don't think you'll ever curve In the atreara he was fish- and "hole up" at the Pelican

Oak Golf and Country Club, where incidentally, he's also course, maybe start off with a have more fun catchln' fish, than in', he saw a little old lady up Yacht Club. Brevard University Officers will be elected at this

the resident golf professional, and was hitting a seven Iron putting green and use this strictly you can have then. ahead of him She war atsndln North hold meeting and reports heard on
distance of about 200 yards. I for Instructional If you fad like continuing onisatead af Florida Alumni Club will\
practice U eur recent sales are any indication with her back to a sheer wall, the of the 1964 Loyalty
hour's meeting! progress
His down the right side of the ; another cruisingwill :organisational\
target was a green area, purposes. there are more fishermen and he didn't tiller she'd have a M the Fund Campaign
fairway, and after slamming through golf bag of about 25 Scarbrough continued! to lay now usln' fly rods than chance in the world 01".11I., a place yon la Francis Lang June 9, 7:00: pm, at

balls, only five or six appeared to be outside the limits of he would much rather have his there have ever been, at least In decent cast. But she fooled that ford'a Marina with time left for. Whispering Hills Country Club Duo to travel distances involved

the target. recreational facilities located on this area. I don't know what has feller! She made the pretb.at"Steepis" poolslde..chatter. ls and Polynesiantype perbap.nekt.II. TitutvUle.be and epandlng population con
There a
He was hitting almost perfect. the grounds of the school Instead happened but we ain't got a doggoned east he ever saw and restsurant. there and tho"setting" centration, the old Brevard County .

Jokingly, Redman said, "Look out Washington." of having to transport the thing Mt but a couple of she didn't have a bit of trouble well most often Club Is being dissolved and
is (>fctty, as as re the tills'caught
Of course, he has to place in the Atlanta Qualifyinground students to bowling lanes, golf rods and two or three: flies! But workln that particular\ pool. laxing. Two,three days here usually new clubs farmed for North,
first. courses, etc one thing is for sure: there are
Another good trick to know suffices. Central and South
"If there Is enough Interest In more fellers hayln' more fun, and one that'a a whole lot easier You don't have to hurry. U you YOU will lave found Blmlnl a
I'm will than there ever around at or Langfords All U of F alumni, wives'.and
golf sure we have a were than that one, la a !"Roll" cast. slop Ft..Pierce Quaint, sort of pretty little Isle,
golf team," he pointed out. here It la another cast 'that's made border 'and1- you're happy there stay perhaps best known for fishing dates are cordially Invited to

Also part of the additions will There Is one nice thing about for tight spots like that, anothcd day or two by all mean and Its home made bread. Perhaps attend
be two or more handball courts usln' a fly outfit: you don't haveto It'a worth the relaxation after
only It ain't near hard to next can head
aa you
You can tell it's summer time, without looking around "I'm a strong believer In Individual hook a big fish to have fun many jnontOa. of working. te Nassau
learn. In fact, almost any cast Is Blmlnl then go on
at shorts and bikinis. sports, such as handball, with It. You get a good ailed a whole lot easier today than U', When ready to continue on, a across the flats. IN von concert corny or Tine
: We were sitting at a drive-In restaurant on U S. 1 Sun- tennis, bowling, billiards. The bream on fly rod, and there'llbe been That's because fly good departure time would be "I>'TM 41 UK''''. Plats, IT, IXAMI

day afternoon, and about one out of every five cars that handball courts' may be constructed plenty of times when you'll ever lines are a whole lot better today near 08:30: bourn Of course If Arriving back at the Inlet at tlltKIIMCIM rOK. IIRHKI 'Ol'NT",
'" by was pulling a boat and motor heading for the Ft. Pierce you proceed until :\< FHVO: taut
came on one side of the phy wonder If you're gonna )land the than they've ever been. you're a real early riser you can IIKfKHD
Indian River, South or Fox Lake, or the St. John's River. sisal fitness wall and used as a critter And if you tie Into a change this schedule to suit West reaching the Inland Waterway, BEVERLY.TU'fC ANN TO COOPER
We've been told Fox Lake is still Reports You can buy level lines; then make a sharp turn to Starboard Plaintiff
fishing at good. two fold purpose, really big Bass, then you'll really Palm Beach will appear in about
are showing lot of large bass catches, getting most "And, if at all possible, we ) find out If you've got alt tho tapered lines; some with a"Torpedo" two hours and from there it is and on the right will be a JACK WATNE!: "''.

of them on top wa ter: plugs hope within the near future to smarts you thought you had) taper; lines that float; about hours to Ft. Lauderdale largo concrete wall which you COOPEnDfttomlant
lines than sink that sink TOi lack Wayne CooperRealdenca
; some tie along side of, go ashore'and
have the entire athletic grounds, And there's another thing thatI Occasslonally you'll proceed; Unknown
con-siderably. the tennis courts, swimmingpool like about fly flshla', and that real fast; others that sink slowly through sections where' speed' use the telephone booth,,. to call Notice la why" given that ae.e'nNWt
ln<"hort clII'l.t 'em to for dlvorre kaa been
.between South an 1 Fox Lakes. This will connect the two track field and baseball la that It ain't anywhere near as you will necessarily be cut down due the Dept. of CusWms-Iwaugra- filed anuses yeu by Ihe plaintiff' In

4 lakes, and fisher >n will be able to cruise from one lake tot field, all equipped with lights 'apenslve an most other kinds do just about anything you want to existing conditions The Inland tlon advising that you are awaiting the hereby.above required to cor nerve,'t and a you cope are of
'em to do. There'i
even a
the other without having to land their boat, then drive thee Facilities of this nature will Coot at least, not after you've got Waterway goes right past "Pier a customs check. Be sure ton snore,,,ner and pleading upon J.
fly line with a led core, in case the "Q" flag (Quarantine), William Woodion, P. O Pox 1175.
about $31000. If afford outfit all together. You can
distance we can your 86" and this is where we suggest Eau Qallle. Florida, attorney for
this, we will be able to have night get little old flies for a dime you want a fly to go down real to "lay in" and eventually both when entering Bimini and Ihe plaintiff, and file the original
last! And there's another IIn.th.t'l answer In the
or pleading office of
to the US.
contests auck a4' baseball games, apiece, and they"ll do a good "jump off" from for the Isle of returning the Clerk of the Circuit Court at
'* and track meets Job of catchln' a lot of good eat. guaranteed to float for Blmlnl. To go on to Miami mere You. can proceed on a little fur. .Tlluavllle. Brevard County, Florida.ar ,
and that'a time! a before the ails day of June,
ever a long
.: "Most of this In the planning In' fish. Or you can go on up Into ly to save :3.5 miles on your trip ther and lay In at "Pier 66" and 1IW4 It you fall to do ao. a Deere

.. stages, but\ It Is possible that the higher priced bugs and still across the "drink" I is not worth use the same procedure. )It'a Pro you for Confeaao lbe relief will demanded k. taken amlnut tb.oomplll' .
It can officially be said ,now, spring sports arc finally parts of it wilt Crime true by the ''not pay out a buck and a quarteror the trouble. The passage from easier to lay in at "61" because ''. In
River Island &
I over ,".:'.to \ time school starts next year.' a buck and a half, like you'd Lauderdale to Miami Is quite the other spot has a fast running! ono Thla a notlre week for ahall four be ennaeoutlvaworki published

.. Summer is here. 't\ ,..J J "However, we're almost ocr- have to pay for plugs. alow and conditions get crowded current. In the Tltuivlllo Mtar-Advo-

; Swimming, tennis, track and football have all completed tan to have the physical fitness Don't get me wrong! you can In the area. From here, and the rest of cala.Itena end Ordered at Tltuivllla.

t their seasons and they just barely made it, finishing about building and handball court," pay a small fortune for some of Ocean Fishing your vacation, your time Is riorlda turtle. thla K!isih, day of May 1V64.
j two days before the second half of baseball started. he concluded the better fly outfits. You can Pier 60 it the "ultimate" In yours to do with as you please. of the Circuit Court

\ For Coach Larry Monhollon and Sue Thomas, their get some fly rods that cost from modern marinas. It's a real joy You can slay at "66" for a few By I Deputy V, S ttpanprlnr" Clerk
a hundred dollars on but Looks FavorableSalt to berth there! days, fish out of the inlet or J.
: iwimmlng) teams had a fairly good year; Coach Don Godwin up William WoodeolAHorn.
1 teemed pleased with his trackaters and football coach John FSl[ Teams Play most of us, I'm afraid wouldn'tbe You may decide to spend several working your way leisurely backup P. 0, .Box" for Ills Plaintiff

Gaines said this was a most profitable spring session for able to tell the difference be. water, surf and fresh days there before going the waterway towards home Eau O.llle, Florida.
them and the ten dollar "over" but can always do port, stopping .Various. (COURT anAL:
tween mar
his Terrier gridiron team. water fishing conditions all appear you May :II, June ( 19, IS tFrl) 1M4.
: And, of course Coach Frank Tomdale is more than ap. At Colt StadiumCocoa kind. And you can have somebody favorable for the weekendas that on your return cruise. Him- ins along the way.

preclatlve of his tennis team since )he had the only unde make up a batch of files for most of the fishing establishments Inl doesn't offer too much other No matter: how you ,work tt

feated team at Titusville High School for about 10 :years. area !baseball fans who you and you can tie up s whole in North Brevard report than local color, a strew market you'll have a "ball". By the
'attend wad of foldin' money on 'em. better than average catches and several "night spots" where same token you have not "knock.
-Records are somewhat fuzzy, and no one seems to know ex- the, game here net
One of the best little bugs you can hear plenty of limbo and ed" yourself out trying to maintain l
I actly how long it has been since THS had an undefeatedseason Wednesday night will get a preview Ed Ratliff of the Causeway / I
we've la a little fellertbat' calypso. t
a ever seen a "fast achedule", Its tua /r0
in any sport, so Tomdale Just said 10, that's u far as of 'the calibre of ball which Marina said surf fishing has not
made out of rub.
sponge Almost eating establish to with .
will be played at Cocoa Colt every go a'group or even another -
J .
N, memory serves lennii lug' Stadum this Summer. ber. It's called a "Bream Killer" been too bad during the past. ment specializes In "conch" boat' but Its just as much 41 Ylece.it .
\xThroagtjiout'Tlmldalbls; ; season, kept hinting and It works It has week, with some anglers catchIng
really is
The lakeland will soup The only Item (that reasonable fun to do it by yourselves due
J It wad going to be a perfect one. Tigers play ranging from one
rubber band legs, and it must pompano, on the Island Is liquor. to the wonderful sccomodations
a They finished with an official 11-0 record but five team the Tampa Tarpons at 7:30 Wed.neaday five and whiting, along
feel like a real bug when a fish to pounds The Avis Hotel has a lounge and and activities you'll find all along
:backed out the last minute so they classified them as for In a regular Class A bites on It, 'cause they don'tleem with some redflsh. Best bait for restaurant and of course overnight the way.A .

S felts, coming through the season with an unofficial 18 wins Florida To add State to the League Interest game.It will to drop It like they do a lot any of the three has been sand\ accomodations and there latin word of caution. If you don't l t hftar''a
and no losses. of bugs Some of the realistic fleas and dead shrimp. the '
be "Cocoa lids Night" with a more Marine "Pen", run by know how to use your compass,
,. Bard Wesslnger the number two man on the squad was teal live and saddle, bj- lookln' of the plastic bugs He said, since Flayallnda U S. Government, operated I how to allow for drift error and
.. the only Terrier netter to go the entire route without a de- Cycles and other prizes given ain't any good for catchln' fish. Beach is now closed to the pub believe by the Univ. of Miami. how to convert a true course! to

feat. He also won the Most Valuable Tennis Player Trophy away. The bodies are so firm that whena lic, locations south of there here You'll find all type of marine a compass course you'll be way ,

for 1964. For Wednesday night's game, Bream bites one of 'em, he been good for fishing life In the pens Including swordfish ahead of the game if you try and i
: As far u a winning team in football, Coach Gaines said Cocoa area merchants are knows it sin't for real, and he'll shark, barracuda and even line up an experienced ,boater
e there was no winning team. The only people who actually of the tickets providing for drop it like it was hot. I've seen Titusville Pier, the nerve cen large turtles. Its worthwhile( seeIng who will be making the trip over

? won, to a point it would do some good, was the entire foot- youngsters many but general admission 'em do, time and time again. ter of down town Tltusvllle's congregation especially at feeding time. and back from Bimini. It's not

ball squad The experience and training was more valuable tickets will be sold at the That'a one advantage of clear of fisherman reportsthe Skin diving la fun due to the a dangerous trip but some skill 10
than finding a winner. gate. More than 1,000 persons ,water. It's harder to catch fish shrimp are Just about gone, clear water but you have to Is necessary I SOFA. BED

So, the football spring training sessions ended with a are expected to. attend In, aa a rule, but It sure docs' but, trout fishing Is still up to watch for currents, especially Before this year is over why Group Value- $169.95

J3-8 victory for the White team. Lakeland got permission from help a feller learn what's wrong par Wednesday evening two men during tide changes.One not try and catch one of the

Baseball Coach Morrell Bailey did not complain about the Colt .43s to play the lUll when he csn't catch fish. from Orlando caught 15 trout, of the best places to anchor Piloting Classes offered by the

his baseball team, so, evidently, he's pleased too. at Cocoa because the Lakeland Moat of the time, in this area with the largest weighing about la upstream from the Avis Power Squardrons and the CoastGuard
It all boils down I pounds Hotel at the "Complete Angler". Auxiliary You "just can't
to one thing what are we going to field was committed to other roe| country
.. do for It', a nice, modern marina and go wrong!" Cape Canaveral'snext
some events the three
sports during next
months? that night before the baseball "We hope that the rookie league Charles Alton, Star-Adovcato I
they have fresh water In abundance Free Piloting Course, un- I
schedule was set, play will compare respectably Fishing reporter, add fresh water r
even though it has to be fortunlately, does not begin until
The state league Is comprised with state league play," fishing on the Island Is pick. shipped in.Cat this coming September.
mostly of rookies or men whohave Chandler, Colt .43s .
Wayne representative log up. Bass are hitting plugs Cay is several! miles
played lens than a year of said "It should be
an mainly plastic purple worms,
professional baseball. And of Interesting summer here for and hulla dalton South easily seen from Bimlni STEEL 10 PC. BEDROOM
specIs .
Still think Titusville
needs an AAU swimming team. however It la private club property
course, the rookie league which baseball fans after they get to and others. Group Value 149.95
Wouldn't hurt that's for sure. Just think, the big contest will get under about although we're sure you tan SHELVING
way know the he said
,held at Patrick Air Force Base and sponsored by the Plat July 1, will have all\ first year The Dolt .43s still plan ta applyto Fox Lake, South Lake and atop In and look things over. CABINETS
inum Coast Swim Club will have 70 races. As far'as we players. Laughmaa Lake are all reporting The fishing Is good throughoutthe
the State for Cocoa
league a BENCHES
know, not a single person is going from Titusvtlle. The Houston Colt, .45s and the entry in the 19M season nice bass Itching area however barracuda will

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lro.: Ifll, and 104 of till Canaveral till, died at his home In Maj :

I' : l.1 District, Central Florida Ccnintil villa, New York May 14. tfcr i I
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joined with Senior! Olrl vices were held there May 16

1 cowl 01 Troop 979, and M rlncr with interment In tilt MayeR?

.. ..c,. Ip Ships I and lit of the Citrus Council Cemetery.

Youth BaseballSenior :' ... .r., ". hrt In II Coed Campor nut Horn May 13, 1817, In Chat
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., !t' MimI last weekend' tauqua County, N. Y., Da Ita

;;. resided In the county aU .hi* Uf

Nineteen Explorers, twenty lie wee employed" a* custodial
tour.. Ctrl Scout, and ten adult School to
of Mavvlllc
Senior 4 leaders engaged In Sroutlni
League League ,
ill years prior to his retirement>
.._. .. activities Softball and
a a
;w. 'I"'C jim| ,
i H. at Urn owner o
was one
By Don H.mk, Indian 4 Dod-jar 2Wayne Joint .
the Dean cheea* factory anal Wa
Yank*. t Pirate 1 r Bingham sharked A Thf event' was planned by the a well known carpenter, "If Inbuilt

In the battle for second place U two-run homer sad Mike Knowlea Scouts and carried out under the mnny home III ,the May

L In the Senior division the Yank scattered five hita as the Indians guidancef Mr. William vllle area

tees tame out vktoriously over downed the Dodgers 4.2 U Pbny, Mounts, Neighborhood Chairman He attended Mayvlll. Media..

[ the Pirates 1-1 Thursday night It ? League! action Thursday eveningand Mr. R. N. While, Mrs N. dint Church and was S metnlVe

.hit Butch undefeated.. Uses Mrs Lee and
on the one pitching of remained McDanlrl of CMutjnqim Orange for rhlri
Mri. SHam of the Citrus Council .
The tadlins took an early I toad than 50 year. i
and Jim Patton
Scout Executive
The Pirates led once In the ball with 1 tea In the top of the first A / Other survivor Include fwi
I Onrtr tiwlne, Jack Ault
game as they scored In the opening r .Ardsl t I If Ir on I walk and Wayne bins- Dill tuecklnj. and John( Forbc ions, Kennrth Phillip, Fat

tram* on two walks, a hit ham'a bloat over the left-center- Oak, Cahf and Lavrn philips
of the Canaveral District.
bauman and a single by Robert field Call The Dodgers came 1 C West field, N. Y,| oil" suit

Dix back wlik Sill!! In their halt on an ", $1 wa six Iran<.lduldreln and lever

error, two walks, and a wild nieces and nephews.
The Yankees made It 3-1 with Possible Jail
pitch. They tied the score In the _. .
three run In their half on three
second with a run on two walks
walks, an error and a double by tJV. and singlets by Billy tills and Tltusvllla (Florida) Star-AdvaclM
Mike Farmer. The Yanks added Break FoiledA
Joe Broyle.
one more in the third making It f s v ............. .sae '.

41, and then rounded out the The Indians scored the two possible jail break or other MoniUn. .
scoring In the fourth on three winning runs In the fourth on I W.i)>y* '
trouble within cell blocks 3 and ll, TUu.flM
walks, an interference call and hit batsman an error, and ling* Aiirtx-ixa, J'rh''j
at the County Jail In Tltunvllle tiL'l'ubll.hod
an error. lea by Richard Byara and Mike At Tb -
wan foiled early yesterday morn- Rulldln' *
Knowfcs. Knowles In striking out IA Mall tr4 1Tiiwviiia
Stamp struck out ten and bi I in|.
rte' aS
walked five In four'Innings. Dix i aee+' six winner.and Kenny walking Duff eight wee was the lon the '. __ ., .. __ ___. _u__"__ Upon receiving Information of >TM \

was the loser. He struck out six er. H* whiffed nine. and walked Joe Noble, l-y ar-old Pony League Player, receives this week'aSenior possible trouble, a search wa MM lltury'Nil'Ml H'' H Hudum Mmlaon, mil Y;P.

and gave up ten free lSsel. three while hitting two. Division "Player of the Week" award made by the Sheriff Department Italian N. U'''.Macy-TraM...

Score by Innings: Nobles, the second Dodger athlete to receive the honor In two of the prisoner! and the M.ost-CMM 5051a11 NId Ii TKvin. > Mllmrf
SCOT by Innings: weeks cell brockl between the hours of .. "'''rill.. ..
Pirates 100 0-1 1 5 t 200-4 slugged his first home run of the season, a grand slammer,
Yankees 301 2-811 Indiana 200 S IDodget'l last week midnight and 2:15: a.m., with tin IIICIIII.ft, 1JIt.r.
110 ono-2 5 I P.es, A..e.lsa
Batteries: Stamp and Farmer; 9a wV During the same! game, Joe had two singles, totaling three for four following article discovered( and : RAB.vMI. Aaasalarh. -,

Dix and Poff ,8 'rR Batteries: Knowles and W. at the plate removed, from the pelts: II "lid';. mbltnawItulierl ,

The Box Score: Bingham; Duff and Ernest According his Manager "He's a natural center fielder, but ran An assortment of piece of II lluiliun, kdllor: ,
Paved I
PI.ATE" The Box Score: handle first, second or third base easily when needed." metal about 10 Inches long& taken William..... O. Lyarly Aavortlaliiii, L'lratiiiiiHm Ma Her> :

N.ma H.rdmo..2b Ab 1 a 0 R II aura 0 N.... txtmi Alt' C II ....'. lie has been the mlddl. man on two double plays and line the from around' light fixtures, ubMrlptton lutat
ebnre 0 0IYruoe Dunba, tb 0Knowles season began he has not mad an error. spoons broken pieces of coat
: : : I IS, Carrlrw' Hmtb nv.e.
bj.Hb I In
ills P 1 0 t 1 e 1Env.rt K. IIlnbl' ab I I 0 1 Notice Is an Eight Grade Student at Parkway Junior High, hull hanger wire, numerous pieces of rh 51.w I Me. $4.55 .8 a MeL
W, tll".hlll C 5 t I JR. ind throws right "anded.nI1iJft' 'jY
1m y 0 0 eR canvas cut Into strips about .
nr Slits In
Adklmes as I e I IIed.I'b
rr/erker Lt 1 0 0 0 0Marrl.m ... 1 10 0 0Narlewlols I 1 three Inches! wide and six foot ,. lUG I ".. IUO aMasowOuraM. '.
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shurn : CI Cf I : g IEvan. IC C. : 1 : 0Brows. i loop, two quart jar tit coffee, R nrldr
. Lf 1 e I 0 coffee Ye. 51.10 MOo (1.t0
Rf I 0 0 a cups, two,. food trays and : ..
M.y III 1 0 0 0 5 I I'IT, aIlFT""'." Lt.4lt'lII:
:.YU'I' : I 1
one hype tomplet with needle
Hardman 2b 0 0 II I Sit 0 0Totals aT A C III CoalTram News .I
c. Decker Rf. CI a 0 0 I Bowling was found In the shower atall.Tskng ,
1 n. 1 I w.. I...'
Tol.h 14 1 1 1 BeD.se: Nrull.mnny .tlMrnonnrtl ) part in the soorch. '
TASK SIRS: --- Name Alt II It CRi'sAmes I 1 HONDA.
"ama Ab R N RIP.Crockett Ronnie Schwartz 11.year old Indian River City resident, has nBrorlM 1. 0 0 0 rnlunUI 1 Wednesday Night were Agent! frank Rothery, Deputy .
i iI 0 1 1 Atltfttla 0
e. I 1 0 I 8
Carter D '
Oro.. CI I I II 1J.n..u pitched two no-hitter and wa* elected as this week'l IRC Little >uff .PNoblM 1 1 0 JaymMseven I 1 High" Individual tame: TontUIUor.n < puty Clyde
sob 0 I 0 1 Rf I 0 e 0 Bates, ,Jr. Deputy Tom Rudge,
Grimm 2b I 1 0 1 League "Player of the Week." Hamllloe\ !:! i 222)> Juhn Brandem ? "Wortd'. No. I CyeU"
Deputy Karl
futch Jailer
Farm.r C I 0 1 4R.nrmrni the Yankees rl 0Ev.ss Nick
who plays with pitched hitter In hit I
Ronnie a no- 203.
Ib 0 and walked Iwo.. 4 Cycle No 011 MIX
Ball and Jailer
I g I X Sam ,
w. Nubia lit : : 0Strlckl..d I first outing and then fired another one last week against tile Bulldogs.\ Puri 1* Score by Innings High Imllvldiial\ Series: Toni(

Stamp P Rr I 1 0 0 0 0 I 0 lie has struck out tt batter 11 two gimai. Crater If, A I : ITotal. temtrlra Cubs 011: 001a iBfaveri Halloran, 502; Harry Pelham, r

Totals 15 e 1 I Also against the Bulldogs, ftchwartt, a right hander, hit I triple '" Yl a a I 000 Slx-4 4 2 I3t. Weather ReportThe

and drove In two run. BatteriesPoff' : Tourney ((4)), T and 0 Music beat first Nat
He also plays third base and has-been playing In the IRC Little 'Little and friBure; Holland and ional Bank In the Cliaihpltmshlitrolloff official' weather report for

Senior League Lerigu for two years. League Brown' match and will be crown Tltuivllle for the three weeks

Pirates 10 Dodger I The son of Hr. and Mr.. Raymond Scbwarti, M Royal Palm Ct., a"V"1 4 Cub t 'The! Box Score: ed as league champ at the annual ending May 24th follow: 1
he stands J'S" tall and weigh 110 pound. CIIMBrans banquet to be hell at 7 p.m, HI.h Law Rain

Southpaw Terry Enyart pitched Th Buyers edged past. the "... .Ib a so ass'. Wednesday June I at Duffy' 1 78 67 0.00 A'y
__ .
-.a._ c. =yeaa Cub 43 In Little LMgue I. Restaurant In Miml, All I fI fJ6 0.00
a one hitter as the Pirate play Mank *. I { : : league
Wednesday night behind the Kwanaotl Sb 1 0 0 trophyi will be presented! and officers 1 II 62 0.10
: ;
coasted Into a tie with the Yank Tntimny IC, P i 5 0 7 IS 8. 0.00
Hamilton also pitched for the Kvana Kf 1aber. 1 Steve Port p, ik I I I S will be elected for the
second In Rf i f pitching and hitting of
eel for place Pony Dodgers. C Uwktr. ICn rratura C 1 1 1 0 coming ,ear.Brown I IN! 117 0.00 9
a LI Ik 1 t 1
Holland. The Cub took Ilobart Paly Rf I 1 I nMarovlPh 9
an early 14 tIO 0.00
League action Wednesday eve .bura > cr I e 0
Score by Innings: Cf I ModelsFrom
.l.d. .. cl i iMarrtan I II 0ls.awejl lead with a run In the second MUraon' Cf 1 *e *0 IH I 10 tNl) 60 0,00
ning. Dodger Ml 000- 111 C( I 0 Engineering
I I on two walks and a single by S 0 e 11 011) fI.t 0.00

The Pirates took the lead In Plratel .tl. Mx-10 4 IBatterlei K ,........- -Lf Lf I I 11 1. 0 I Steve Frasure. They went out In adsilaL.L'Ik J I. o. *j Austin High&: 155 Individual Harry,Peterson game: Mid 1M 12 00) 84 0.00 $$299 lo $$7K

the second with a run on an er : Enyart and !'off; front f-0 with a run In the thirdon Totals -- ; ; 13 03 8S 0.00If
an *
ror, a walk, and singles by Rob Ernest, Hamilton ((4)) and EVSnS: Totals n: I* 4 .0' a walk and an error, $.".... Zola Dunneman, 1UIlitlh 13 87 0.85IS HAM'S a

ert Shore and Robert Dlx. Ernest. (4> hams \It It Is '"1'1 Individual aeries: Harry 83 115 0,00
The BOH Score: Mims Little Leaguey The Beavers! scored three In r.rdl..1. a M 0 II "0 Peterson 410: ; John Vance 394; l' 13 112 0.00
1o:1I1..t: 'It
The Dodgers tied the score 11 ODt1ER" the fourth making it U on two K.llv III I I t /I 1 1/I Jackie (lark. 303, 17 84 82 0,00II CYCLE CENTER

with a run in the third on three Amos-2b Nuns 111 all's 1Bile.0 y 11001. Hu..lIlI" errors and singles by Steve Holland Rrewa 01111.; d. 'cP I i : : High team game: Mfg Misfits, 13 119 coo

Pirate errors and a walk. The : 0 1Duf Braves! came from behind In and Larry Brown Psyns Lt I 0 II 1 6M JI 11II tIO 0.00

Pirates broke close pitching ... 3bEmr Lt. R'' II : t th* second Inning to take a 54 The Cub rounded out the scoring .5a.H.r...um.,,' Lt so I. II n 0 0 High team series: HammerHeads 20 .O III 0.00 Mapiwll l Plate" Tltvsvlltoi CacaaBabcask ''

duel wide open and scored nine ; &. ,, : ; 0 IRi.na 0Hamilton lead over the Cards then rallied with a one tally in the sixth Johns 1'.yl0r r1b. it, e I 1": : I IBM' ; Mfg Misfits, 1852Mimllnn ,. II 18 11 0.00 !{2 King It.,St.Ban, Oalll
runs in the fourth ** they sent C. Cf I' I 0 5Puna tot five more runs In the fourth Am. hI' Hun I < 22 118 110 0.00
on a triple by Robert Paty and afielder' 1 O. I 05f5. Mlirfnn la
fifteen batters to the plate. lb I. 1 I and won 12-1 behind the pitching MdJoo1' IIr 0 I .. | .
Holm.. nt 1 0 0 1Brockelt choice. Holland who 0 oTatata H mm r H /(. I 4 23 M ,,89 0,00I. 'N /4 2 Wheels-Se
Lt, 0' 1 0 0 1Total. of Jerry Jobe aided by two D -. .- lOb..rl. Ctrou111. I'1t..I. 19 '117 0.00
Terry Enyart gave up one hit, ,homers whiffed nine and walked five was _._____. I II
'. 23 1 I 1 the winner. --- ---'
a single to Roger Pugh In the
P..ATI: ,Jobe struck out flv* and walk. Hamblle"I
fourth. He whiffed eleven and N....." All R R aRt'. ed four and gave up four Matter* Butch Tourney was the loser inrelief
walked three. Ernest started for ".rdlll.. 8b 1 1 1Ptrltoa Mercury
out four and walkIng
ed hits. striking .
I a RI I 00Enyart n"K
the Dodgers and also was SDIs I In Dave
P Jobe also connected with a one two innings Puff
charged with the loss He struck lb t I 1 .
Poff.C I I I home run and a double, and pitched three Innings and atart-
out two and walked five. Richard Pester .R' 0 I I ed for the
I r. teammate, Corky Romans slim Cubs lie struck out ,

med a home run, double and -
single" to lead the Drives hitting Pikes 1 peak Champion ; '

THE .tti"k. 55540111Nara. Ak H H .""'. '
SEE ALL. NEWBARRACUDA Other sluggers were John Lawyer Jerry Jobs I I i
Corky Rom.ru I I i i
getting two single and a Jobs Lawyer 4 1 Come try the action _
double Gene Duff double Asher U... Duff I I 1 I '
; ) Charles Tu lo.r I 0 e I
Kahn, two singles and a dou Jody A.hr AHdaraoil Kaka" : I : : in this f' ':..

ble; Terry Conley, a single and David Hoses 10
Dennis" Mosely, a double and Edward ONxal' t 1 0 I Pikes Peak Champion t.r.' ',
Mlles llarrla I I 1 I .,
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BY Wordan was the losing pitcher Mo..l, I 1 1 I

giving up six hit., strikingout Total CAII II 13 14 1 The price ft! t
five and walking none.
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Batteries: Ronnie Altmsft and Jobs HallMark 4 I I I p
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PLYMOUTHNOW Wade Pickrln\ ; Jerry Job! and nary Jones Wood I I o.1 1 1 e
John Lawyer. Tommy OrakamOd 1 I I J ,
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Score By Innings: Roy Aim I : : I '

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STATE PRESIDENT State President I I ,
Frank Foster, INSECT
'center is introduced by muster of ceremonies Bob Hudson H E P IOMI SAFFLOWER
right as past presid Eat1"Spencer left, applauds. e
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hews I With OUMII ThrMtk I McMlw 0/1 timH s WIn ..'-. Ttimnh .....-II. ./l '/2-CT. el DIAMONDS hu 4ra <. Vlluw ta IM,HMen's

Proposal For Use tented(dontinued I birthday From cake Page and 1))present _t COUPON SKCmpJ ; COUPON ,5e" ,; v*,COCKTAIL, th...l 01 RING CccfcU.. Waliham ,

In celebration of her birth. ftlm,. OrM..l ..i .r tall.

Of Ti-Co AIrport. day. Other,yesterday.officer Installed by Pant SCHICK STAINLESS BLADES [ KODE5S V-FODM ).Nlr"Ile, .rwAW.K. NINW. NN. W.Y.r.r.M or Helbros, ..NNN..MNYk l a ,.

,National Vlce.pre.ldent and forMM Aeq. 1.49 Pock of JiRoj.' 1.29 let of .' 249.50 O .YUN N.In ,rln.,., w+,
9.40Fi Beh.Y.
The awaited proposal horn: lf w.
/ Deland Judge Urlel B. ( chick Double 83C 15' Fameat' N e w Volu.P .N..nP.M.. ti7 "
NASA concerning) : requirement Wit SI i In I It I 7'3e .r.nNN MnNwrrl tl'
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plount of eLand: were: i .._ ,
Shopt.'Extra .N h NDI. NI t
for facilities at Tltuivllle-( Cocoa Dale Freeman, tint Blades. ; Is. 5.45 s, ., r, ,
Airport fell flat yesterday., at the ,president; Jim Hertzel second vice- ELI Limit I wild OHMS ThrMwk M..*m e/" IImN 1 WIlli era,.. Th..,... MNds 1/1

space agency Informed T C *\uthorlty -: vice.president; Stan Ewing, recording .. _, "" ...."" .________ -- _. .1" 2.711. 14
It would make --------- '
no propos >' '
(! JH..u t' :'tJ'>IIIG. lbty'LADIES'
secretary; Lents Roger, I
air at present. corresponding: secretary; Lee LkJ: : Large '"7..-.y. 0%. HAV'IOMI,
In a letter to John.; C. Flake, 'Clay, treasurer
T.C Airport Authority chairman! Directors Installed were Sam RAPID SHAVE E : : 49cQ + WALTHAM
Albert F. Sir-pert, deputy director 'Gleem'TOOTH ;
Beddlngflcld. John S Miller, W.
of John F. Kennedy Space ,, F. Mann Steve Pantano, Don 0, w4+ t GRUEN, ELGIN! H lBROS |

Center said "recent changes In Sags, Don Mattcson, Earl Spencer MIXED NUT .55:Z" 58c a..lllul OrM W..I..... I In mtw.
the concept of providing air and Joel Kirkland ai state NYN. ..., 11...I. ,,,"_, .k.". .n.n.ulln. .
transportation services and requirements director. I .h. .a.i. alN.n4.. mutcMiMlMto. .. II SNIN..N
All IM M
Just I "
fur the KSC and HAIR SPRAY64c; ; / ts, whY1 N NINl. Nr. .. ..r.
other elements of NASA made it Wond.erful : .&.:

necessary for KSC to advise the .Community 39.75 ro 17QO

TC Airport Authority that no VITA'LIS HAIR ::; : .98cl .:1 45.00 ListEXTRA
special hanger or ramp facilities TONIC ........ CII.
will be required! by this centel.at, Calendar
the T.C Airport In the. Immediate RPASTE.g. 69c: Tube IAIY sit.I'" .' CULTURED. PEARL NECKLACE SPECIALLadies'
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previously it would protSabbr Friday May 46cD Of 60 TABLETSBUFFERIN
have requirements fpr the Ti.Co :I pm. Bake Sale by Parkway E1 r Gruen or Walihamimny

airport In support of UK spade, Future Homemaker ofAnvrlca ----- 58c| Ladies'& Men'sRINGS with HyM In /IIm.M. .,, p
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at Plaza
Big Apple
programs" and the authority had
geared Itself In the event the proposal 7:30 p.m. Wlsby Kinder AnywkeroUp 144
was made.According > fI Karten graduation at Bayvlcw CITRONELLA' CANDLE URGE BOnLELI.QU.ID '
to FlAe, "Th TI. .School Auditorium. Vii' Hasdo d. if IryblY lo II0,001MEWS
tiisvllle.Cocoa Alrrt>rt_Authority 8:15: p.m. Curtain time Popular Candlo K",. I j .mi I/NM, -.i.orll,, S
will continue to 1m ro .' and do "Gaslight" amateur production, bugs and Insects owoy..Y ryottroctlvo Iklh/l.a..- -' oil utovntoitot 1t ".
"velop TiCo AlrpoU t (for use by Tltuavllle Little Theatre Building I JJ glass holder witS 10K c, UK gold.ets AUTOWiND I
on) Carlysli, ,, P.E LLRICHSHAMPOO '
general aviation and commercial "
\ net cover 55IN.Se WALTHAM \
carriers and when' NASA need Saturday, May 30 V.I".. I i
Our facilities at this airport, we Memorial Day, : or GRUEN t o 11.
will certainly make1 every effort 8.15 p.tji. .... Curtain tlrw'Gaslight" J.77.ct ; : / 4"H 3488C. i1 1.54,1, warrrgN, v, t?t! '
to provide the lame Titusville Little t WITH "PEARL" YhN. Mh hI/AIMY, L I i
."We are disappointed, for we theatre. t IN4 .went 5.555.51 "IFrMSY

felt we could do a bitter job In Sunday, May 31 NN NNe
providing all of the facilities; :3 p.m.I/ p.m. Tryouts for Boys Plaid 1.00 51.. lottle WNw J I

(hat! la, general facllitiea for gen "Rain" Titusvllle Little Theatre 1M 62.50 to

eral aviation, commercial car Sldg Needed: Cast and backstage TRUNKSI .//.1he../ LINIIY., NNY 71,50 List l9 66t4 ti p1; 1
tiers and NASA facilities U'whfd workers ] I
more facilities, and I d..nl a limit" 6.2CD 29.15
possiblycommercial 8
p.m. Baccalaureate Ser.vices Nlrr.l. L.hNMr 49 12"
carrier a facilities, Tltusvllle High, Drus rww.. 2 [L11,t] Volu. Men's 30-J AUIOWIKD HELBROS
ind then wo will be In position\ Field. 1 4h.1{ VIh W.hr.r.N, MNlrn./.IUnIMw
to devote our full attcnton to any Tuesday, June 2 TRANSISTOR TAPE RECORDERLADIES' / .rrN1 I.M NNM, 111.1.h./, M 5755.kNSfNIhY.MIN ,
facilities which NASA might 10 a.m. 12 noon Garden
need luter on," the chairman Clinic. County Court House TI. I EXTRA LARGE FEEH-A-MINT u:N'I" 23cl
tusvlllo, S. A. Rose, asst. "emoul Ceonil Ofor
aald.Flake .....
told the Star-Advoeate Agent. d COSTUME JEWELRY Ire..ia.. Rnero;, ..,De.so. ,
yesterday the authority had Wdnllday, Jne :3 SECRETROLLON JAB Ikl pleto With leetfcerCOM ;
been in contact with several airlines 130'; '' p.m. St Teresa's SALT T LET S a;! *"Y Our vurNtekli .h.4., kerlerf end prl/ T ,

I for possible service from Kindergarten Graduation, Indian d N r ctlv,lh.matth-M > SS Y.1. N/mhM.,. I
L $14.01 v.les } M
a major airline. He Indicated\ ")he' River City Civic Center, ; Oral I NI IgNIgM 48 tO *ff
had nothing concrete to go on as (EPACOL i MM. ::tli. 58e
Antiseptic imnM "
yet, but felt some decision wouldbe DEODORANT 6)
made In the neap future, TROOPERContinued I LbdwNNr, ., '
The chairman said Slepert indicated NF V "ICE LUE" TOOTHBRUSH. .sneak F a !
IIN p)I. 2k ......t .f H..
through his letter in the ( From
event changes should occur In Page 1)) REO. 1.09 BOntE .......4 .nt., TRANSISTOR RADIO
'but cut the unused Len.of .
I t. east
I the future which
would establish hid/, w.IbM. II
a for the four-lane highway and ENFAMU'rtL5,99c. :
I reqiremcnt special fadlltesat ,
the airport for KSC' the air. overtook miles north.the vehicle several Limit 61IN C ala1.A hew SCRIPTO IwN"I :.::: :', 431
port authority would bi'advised. (Ill) MO. |111 IOTTLI ILK. 01 SHOWN 112 leekesd tGtI YtMIGHTER 'Ht;:: ;:: '1
Flake said he felt strongly a* He apprehended. Robert 1 Sh.. ...tch''". '
.1 11 in. MILA develops there would Reynolds, 31, of 126 Dummltt GRIFFU.;.) Lle.uM Iie; 11c .
be a great need by NASA of the Avenue, Tltusvlllo, and look LADIES' 'eNa.M'::
Tl.Co facilities: MILA, 'la 'just him to the Brovard County Comport Anfwhere: (Up ,o S.ooj : :- 4. 4 f
across the Indian River'from Tl- tall to await tranifor to Or ABOVE THIN ALL : PENDANTS ;

t I NASA l'o and cauaeway.I connecting. the two la the for lende.murder Reynolds as well Is as wanted for HEADXND L:j] FOR HER: 99C ,, 2" ; u [j] !
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LOW BID snooting an Orlando polleo- r 56
Hubbard man six months ago o / : """:
I Construction was ONE FOR HIM: 1" 3" LIGHTER S
apparent low bidder on the con.atrut'tlon Reynolds was employed by ,. saw
Morrlton Knudson On the I
of the first portion of SHOULDERSSHAMPOO
Interstate 95 In this area when MIIA project, a cement | Complete. .Moitmont of Men's heovtifvloJ SHEAFFER SKIPWRITER PEN
the bids were opened yesterday 'Slumber, '; misses klllfoMi, In. oiMrl styles, tut hernia JkooHor kollsoliK ,.. 99-I

In Hubbard Tallahassee. OLD AND NEW COINS e \ "). ,,_ Volvos lo,$10) .00 -NIn ....1.1 LIMit<(< 21) / '/ I
$2.8M,4'13 on the e
I project, which stretches from BOUGHT AND SOLD I I Rag: 69c Tub
the 'south end of the interchangeat Spoflallilnf In Scarce Coins KIDDIES' ELECTRIC SHAVER SPECIALS
Highway 50 to a point U miles NORMAN D. BLAIR WHILE THEY LAST '
north of State Road :3UQ weal of Om aN LAMP LADIU' CHICK 1" \
Cocoa. eO S. Daytona on U. I. 1 IALLIIINALADIES' .
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Tabulation Of Tuesday's Primaries In Brevard County

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Highs 1142 118 2281817_ 22201-1981 881 521 30 ll -11364J 469 m 1911-\ 381.I 65'/-i el! lOt loz23 tol 203 I' 4251 WISiiI"5ii: 1791 1491.3481 8,; 203rS IMI lUll I I' 1331-224'/15'1,/ t081,;' 2871-863// i 2831-.701" 218' 21\2'189'\ '' '40, 2401, 363\ 561 11S\\ -US ii-Z7S-,, 21M'', i IgO z;! i 165;-' 174,' -1441

Draw y 280 270 157 458/-'292 31- [[421 171215-158 -514534t' 2391-82 2921 119 -380 52, '178, 292'\ 1821 987 23837/ 151 1511 4341' 271// 3UI2861- Z02, 115, 25111141: '881 i811 i jfj70' Tti 15811! iui

Smallwood 22. 169 151 .80 301 73pi 51! 279 .30 2U .8 '2, 2301 .1,, Q 279 .90 140,, 34 16SIIQ 481/ 117 38, 237 W i; t221169i 3W1: 435: 2:12): ) 461 310; 214, 201 .91 ZOIlJr"l' 73 60 591122 69WUOOI
Fet'ney mTzINP 8-j TN 75---'; 180 -365 iflS' 199' 138! --571041-261 1TU '178 333'-2971' 14J 12027/j: S9 147- -128 -

Kiltlca 2\171\ 340 205 578L.Z 142 721 1 291 u 23230 3021)) 100138 581 352 150 6T 219 t 3381 292 5112 :.I881!, .121 2O9 1 40.187[ 2121 513'' .200+ 359+ 711 179260):_ ,1_ )Ll3lL' 62 _!861' 1671 2151 77f 7.2!; 1241 ..1-731

Brew.ter 263 171 188 .881 3tI8 148 17 195 332 : liT 916 374r22 I US!VS0I\ 196' 96( SUfi1-349 23S-; 103 15981 782:191, : 74r-c/I\8' 116! lSSI-8
61"39j"4 1921 239il35f NI200)) 3151 Its\\ 220)) 641 245\\ .18\\ 119\\
Northcutt 205 190 lOt 311.1195 761_ 18 199 299 221 I 258 3801 23)) U8, 178;, 1271 38, 150\\ 3031 2971 11141 2111! 3"\\ ISO\ 38 661\ 232r 287'H' 6f1/ I 701; 1521 371 7,",

D.Lpat.s FerSohnwn 202f 182 172 5OIIT283 120 'I36246 i : I 17117331 1 I_ = 8118ir! 381! _2236220j.L2341 3.3! 942,, 2:10: '711131_ ..I07I53f 701 y M i49r1110tll-DR_ 1541_ 41 -.,423REPUOOCAN I

Ddtgatts UnpledgedDoltgatts 18191 1 7I'' | 123 18.1! 27C! 5i, 131 281 201 ..838 31 531 0221| 30] 141| [ 16 15101! 1518'! 31'' III 81 3RI .01! lOt' 26 121 221 tot
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BOB HUDSON'S r.vH? Star'Advocate: Lakeview Hills

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._ oq The Voice of 25,000 North Brrrtrd County RecldratsTITUSVILLE
WRAPPER Section FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 2*, W4 '.g. 1 M Has Open HouseWilliam

A few years ago the late State School secretaries of North School Year r Axrliod. pusldcnt of bnsift. The 1,000 valuable prizes

Rep. Roy P. Roberts ST. sent us Brevard honored principals and JEM Builders, Inc", announced hi be given away in the contest
a postcard from Chicago, saying assistant principals at a luncheon today that Lakeview Hills Ispnrtkipntlng ire as follows1: 80 Terrace' Top
that he had purchased the Palm. at the Torch Club recently In the Westinghc electric range! BO automatic
er House lintel( there and would during Educational Bosses Week. move It to Orsino. You see, at Then on Tuesday of this week Nears End gram end content Imudquat ten irltiTatori, 50 home laundry
the time Roy was the self styled School Board members and all will be at model Inline In Lake- centers 100 portable TV's 140
"mayor" of Orsino-being as how members of the county school view HIIK
electric cun 140 hairdryers
he had lived there( so long In the administrative staff here were openers
beautiful Roberts' home "The guests at a luncheon also at the The Westinghouie Open 140 electric cordless
At GibsonThe House" Is annual toothbrushes, 140 translator
Homestead" Torch Club, with the secretariesand program an
We used to kid a lot with Roy other office workers as the vent In which newly developedeioclrical radios and 140 steam lions, all

lie was always claiming that he hosts We can tell you-both were applinnces and equipment by Westinghouse,
was born In Ilahlra, Ga, particularly very nice commencement season at are plead In selected Details of the contest will be
when talking to Georgia Gibson gets under way with Baccul home"i and upirtminls, Luke announced by Liikcvltw hula
fans during a big Georgia Florida "Look at the lovely ring John mrcate Services at 8 p.m. view Hills Is presently building and, Westinghouse in the June 9
football game weekend In has !given me. It fits beauti Sunday, May 31. Rev Harold Us marina and new modem Issue of Life magazine At
Jacksonville. fully." Whithurst, principal of J. R E. hoinei on (the east' shore of South this time, an tichltecta rendering

We came through Haliira one "Yes, it's very nice, dear. It School in Wildwood will be the Luke, These homes will feature ol the Lnkevlew Hills homes will
time and made sure to atop and was a bit.tight for me". speaker. these new Wrstiiikhoute; bo featured In an ad
send him a postcard. So we sent Class night exercises will be products. C W Da.ienburg Realty, cx-
postcards back and forth many We'll miss friend Jake Hanna- held In the school cafctoilum on Cis elusive agents for Laktvltw
times on tripe man, the talented musician, this Monday night, June 1 at 8 p,m. The "Open' louse: '64" contest Hills( announced that entry
This week Roy'i wonderful summer, He'll soon be off for The public is Invited to come out a Is purl of the ovei all program In blanks are available now at the
wife Edna and her son, Roy F Chicago to direct and accompany and share this occasion r)4 which 1,000 of the featured tnktvlew, lUlli model home and

Roberts Jr? purchased the Scapa In Summer Stock He has been On Thursday, June at 8 p,m.commencement Westinghouse products will be the contest deadline Is July 31,
Hotel And so this purchase accompanies! for the talented exercises will beheld a?_ given away on a nation wide 1KH4
brought back memories of Roy'i tenor Thomas L. Thomas We're Dr Lionel Newton, National
ambition of owning a hotel. lucky to have Jake here with us President of Alpha Phi Alpha _

for most of the 'ear-he addsso Fraternity, and a sociologist School Alfendance Areas For Next B

The gallant suitor had gone much to. the cultural atmosphere and professor at Morehouse Col
overboard In presenting his of North Brevard He Is lege Atlanta, Georgia, will deliver
fiancee's parents with expensive very cooperative In Little Thea the main address Year Are Fixed By Board

gifts cigars and cufflinks tre productions and has a number Everyone is Invited to attendall _

fur the father, orchids and of musical. students t ) ..,of these> ,!inipoijint'! *, ,,activities.y School Hoard yesterday Wm. Fsr,t' was named is
pcrfuive for the mother' jiOne" -! ...'1'; \ I .r 1 rrK ,;"oo rr ** approved school attindanc architect three new, Junior
tho'Iho- father told him, Wril'be'prinling our' 'annu r I GRAHAM FUNERAL arras for the 196483 school year, lillh, ich.<"Kil_In Indian River
day r el'' ._ _' ..
"Graduation Issue" on Wednesday OQ"V'l> J f -Hvi" !II" "" 'fI)-e A r _rA ""' ItI. making few
"My bey, please discontinue and this year's will be the Attending the funeral of Mrs UP IT,GOES -. One of a number of steel\ Inrf,. being built by Chlldre Construction changes only from s the current necessary year's Clly, Rocklerfg and Indlalantlc.
ftltowciing us with gifts. But biggest ever-something that Is Lee Graham in Orlando Wednesday roof trusses is shown being hoisted into Co on South Hopkins.. The roof is now district. Regular airhlUrt'l. lee will be
just in case you wish to pampermy not to unusual in growing Titus. were Mr. and Mrs. J. D place< as construction work continues at a on and.interior work la, underway. (S-A paid fur the original plan with a
principal desire, bring me the Star-Advocate build Photo Only change In the North Br. reducedre tor reuse of planson
ville We'll be publishing picturesand Hamm, Mra, Doris Knlsley, Mrs. fast pace at new ) the other two
of last Income tax card! area Is that the
j copy your short stories of each of the F M Evert'itt, Miss Mamie Love Coquina
rtpoit. 250-odd graduates of Titusville Elementary Schol) arcs has beenextended The bond voted to .
and Mrs. Leah Conley, Two Parole Arc re us* the
High School on Wednesday and New Geographical District to Include' the! areasmith plans of Corns Beach High for
Our foreman Warren Davidson will follow with pictures and stories SURGERY SUNDAY Socking Jobs In of Indian (liver City the new Merrltt Islsnd High
Is In North Carolina look- of the 20.odd graduates of Bal bara Ziegler, Titusville Brevard Area through Port St. John Elementary SrlxMil with the architect, Wm.
Ing at equipment we're planningto Gibson High on Friday. High junior underwent an operation Proposed For Area Methodists school students In Port St Gomon, to be paid a reduced
John are now going to (liver-- '
Look for this fee.
purchase to add to the grow. "special" next Sunday morning for removal
Two men, qualified for view School but will be
Wednesday of appendix. She Is Florida Meth- Ira! district par. at Co-
ing newspaper. The equipmentwill recuperating Delegates to the with headquarters in
ole, are seeking labor employ- qulna next year became of the Sits for the Merritt Island.
more than double our type- at Jess Parrlsh Mem odist Annual Conference In Lake Melbourne.The .
vetting capabilities, a move Sign above a Chicago morgue: orial Hospital where she will be land June 3.T will vote on i pro meet In this area. expanded facilities.The school Is itlll under negotlitlon
made necessary by the growth. "Remains to be seen." for the next several days. posal to create a new gcograph- proposed district will be (board voted with Federal and Stile govern
recommended:: by a special I The Titusville Probation and s $8.200 pen. ment.
br d l t Itt ally against Campbell ,Construct
run area any Comm ee Parole
headed by the lies J. Milburn located In the ion Co. fur the dcloy In completing The board renamed (the Cocoa

I Pays $100 Gilt With $300 Check superintendent.The McLeod, Jacksonville. district Courthouse helping these, Is deserving desirous men of Eau Gillie High Sihool. Beach Freedom Elementary 7 Elementary School School.the

find employment All they are Twit new principals were Parents and students had urged.
church's Florida Conference liking is a chance to work named: James K, Vcnclll itSpesmrd Die school be renamed Alan B.

By Bill Lytrly Crofton revealed his reasoning years, so I am just returning the L. C was attending Florida Is now composed of 11 districts Anyone needing manual labor Holland Elementary Shepard or Freedom 7 Elementary .
L. C, C'rofton doctor of Jurisprudence behind his generous membership loan but I'm giving It to the Teacher's College at that time, each headed by a superintendent Is asked to contact the Parole near Satellite Beach and Gordon School, sine the flag
who the work Crouch at Forrest Park Elementary
flown dally at the school rode In
Kiwanis silver haired, contribution to the young club. North Brevard YMCA which was a method of workinghis office at 2670331 or by
of pastors In his territory School old( Brevard Junior the
silver.tongue poet laureate and The reasoning dates back ex L. C. began his YMCA career way through law school! And writing!! to P. 0 Box B43 City. 7 capsule duringSheperd's
The new district would bo College building) In Cocoa. .
the "grand old man of law" In achy 43 years ago, May 1919 It and his war work In Army when the call went out for the outer space fllllht.Official
carved from the Orlando
North Brevard Is a $300 charter was during this month, 45 years Camps In North Carolina, Mississippi volunteers to entertain the servicemen .
and West Palm Beach districts member of North Brevard YMCA ago that L. C, received a $100 and with a Naval Station In L. C, answered It. ---- .r.'e.ee.' n.wwraM.uw.e s p
In addition to Melbourne, It
Attorney Croflon presented the scholarship from the YMCA to Pensacola. The government was
lie told us during (hose days would Include churches in these
check to fellow Klwanian Bill go toward the young lawyer's railing young ministers; coaches
there were no radios so one principal{ cities and towns: Cocoa
Davis at Tue1 entertained troops with the"grammaphune" Eal Gallic, Fellsmere, Fort
luncheon Davis Is a team captain As L. C, explained "That $100 basic needs of religion, education THIS PROGRAM MUST
or record player Drum, Fort Pierce, Georgians, aip8/T
In the YMCA's membership principal would have earned at and recreation for the young men
as many of us know It. lie Indian River City, Jensen Beach,
drive and an interview with least $200 Interest !In tbe past 43 of the service.
said, even today, he could recite Lakewood Park Mrrrltt Island
. from memory many of the records Minis, Okeecholx'e, Palm flay, 0R
played for the records were St. Lurie, Roselsnd Sebastlon
few and they were played over Titusville, Vero Beach Wabssio
and over and over again. and White City
In turn churches In Danli,
One record he said, was a Divls
and Hollywood would be ,
recitation, "My Old 'I'ouumJunt" .
transferred from the Miami district
1to and he fold us ht could to the West Palm Beach
; s recite It to this day ,lf we had district.
o a y pa time to listen.
The new Melbourne district, If

Also, there were few newspapers created!, would number 24 ,
\Y111111111J,1! : '4 e available for the servicemen churches with a total of Uooo

so L. C, would read to assembled members
\ soldiers, the latest news It would bt the smallest district o 4 Jr +
from available In the Conference Dr Me I
\ kI papers Lend! said, "but one with great j i t lYrrL r k 41 c
\i lie wn also!! education secretary growth potential In the heart of b
-- II fur his particular "Y" and rapidly expanding Cape Kennedy -
I it was his Job to handle the area:.

"Y" library, schedule programs,
and play the same record over
and over, Ust Call For Girls

rt iti r 'si L. C received his LLB degree Scout Summer Camp

__ In 1917 and with the help of the The lent rill has been sound

YMCA received his doctorate .d for all non.registered girls
one of the few In Florida, from 3rd through 12th grade, for the i
Stetson University in Itllt North Drtvard Girl tkout Camp '

So, you rae see, bt his s ten. Applications may be had by
der spot in his large hurt for contacting Mr. Alice Compsrato,
c;. -- the "Y"LEGAL Csjmp Director. 26 Royal Palm
$300 MEMBERSHIP Attorney L. C. low Kiwanian! and membership drive cap. Court AM 70760 or Mrs K. :: :
Crofton, doctor of Juris Prudence poet, tain for theY" as Bert McIntosh, "Y"" Swager business manager, 1M j _
humorist, auctioneer, presents $300 YMCA temporary chairman looks on approvingly. PADS Bit Supply, 3SZSr Gregory Ave AM7.7 1I8. on or _
contribution to fel -S-A Photo)_ each at die fciar-Advocsl: "
charter membership Office before" June lot, application ,
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Mathes Stereo, Danish Walnut, Rattan, X:=r ft $189.95* white, right hand door only,
Sliding Top AM-FM 6 speakers$258.61 .._ -... J-RCA! Whirlpool 24" wide washer, 2 cy- Model TB 305Y . . $258.88*
1-GE 23" TV, Walnut, GE7s"Best Ie,single speed porcelain tub

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AM-FM-FMS, Featherweight
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Center, Color TV, AM-FM Record 1-RCA Whirlpool 14 cu. ft. 2-Door Re-

)1-Delmonico AM-FM-SW Radio w/rec- Player, 6 speaker sound . $538.88* frigerator, bottom freezer, white,
and Tone Control . . $179.98 1-Norge Wringer Washer, as is $71.00 right hand door . . $299.95*
1-GE Early American Hutch Type Home

1-Motorola Portable Stereo, 4 speed with Entertainment Center . 525.00*" 1-GE Washer, 2 speed 3 cycle, Porcelain 1-RCA

swing out speakers, Balance, Loudnessand Tub and Top . . . $216.66* Whirlpool 2-door no frost Refrigerator .
.1-Curtis Color TV Danish -
Math.es Walnut white, 1 14 cu. ft., Top ,r
Tone Control . . $99.88W
1 Yr. Guarantee all parts 499.00*" Freezer Model . $309.95* !

W 1-Sun Ray 20" Electric Range 91.00*" 1o
1 1OL 1-Curtis Mathes Stereo, Danish Modern, 1-Curtis Mathes Color TV, Danish Wal- '

6 speakers, 6 feet long, AM-FM-Radio nut, 1Yr. guarantee, all parts $549.88*" 1-RCA Whirlpool Refrigerator, Yellow, %

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1-Curtis Mathes Home Entertainment
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Center, Black and White 23" TV, with
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AM-FM Radio, 4 Speed, Record Changer ,
1-rCurtis 1 Mathes Walnut Wood,Finish right hand door *
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S 1-GE Home Entertainment Center, Black AIR CONDITIONING( 1-RCA Whirlpool Chest Type Freezer,

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FIRST COMMUNICANTS Thirty-five children received first Communion Kidder, Wendy Mackovitch, Elizabeth Maguire, arlan Mahan Karen ,- ''____ -
on Mother's Day at St Teresa's Catholic Church The students, Marcinko, Sharon McCormIck, Mark Meldrom, Betty Muldowney, ::; !
In alphabetical order, were Stephen Amato, Dolores Charest, Anthony Richard Murphy, Patricia' Nelson, Christine Novatny, John Pfihler, the Indianapolis car and I
I" Coffy, James Davis, Dickson Meta Karen Karen McCotter of McCotter's Ford Motor were awarded to the dealers for their out
Timothy Tony Dickson, M. Disbrow, Rudolph, Phillip Sheridan, Smfrcick, Bradley Stevens,
Christopher Erndl, Debra Ferris Patricia Company was one of 35 dealers in Ford standing sales performance in a contest
Galka, Ronald 'Grandpre, Mary L. Thacker Linda Wigg and Michael UJbrik With the childrenare
Danny Guppenberger, James Holt M 'Hare Division Jacksonville sales district, who which ran from March 10 to April 30 The,
Nancy Alicia Johnson, Deborah Sister Patrick and Father John B O pastor of the churqhiU4
: received a replica of the new Mustang that car was presented to McCotter by S. J,
will be the official pace car in this year's Obringer, Jacksonville district sales manager
, 500-mile Indianapolis Memorial Day race. .
The Mustangs are all white and carry the

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    .'";11"..-t<- -- .- i'...fI..J'.,. ..."...... ".1. < "fi.;.," ;j.(1'" NEW TESTING EQUIPMENT John meters, is considered to be the best on the,
    I ;*' < .,. < I ,1.1' < < ,t', ,.'1'ot..4'. Lane, Supt, of the local water departmentis market today Lane stated that all meters
    I f' 1 '" ) : shown demonstrating the new Ford will be checked: and that my that need repairing I
    ... I"< 'It. ..' ..ft. .,"i.. Testing Machine recently Installed here. ) will be completely repaired before -
    t+ E ,trvi z The machine which Is used to test water they leave the shopSA( Photo).

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    PAID IN FULL A M. Johnston, Manager of the Boeing Campaign, accepts the check on behalf of the United \ AT WONDERLAND By popular demand, a return
    Atlantic Test Center, is shown presenting the final Fund. BEGNF representatives pictured (from left) are: engagement{ has been booked for Bonanzas Little Joe
    payment of $12000 on the Boeing employee's's pledge of Tom King (secretary), Hugh Wallace (treasurer), and Cartwright (Michael Landon) of TV stardom at the Florida *
    $22,000 to the 1963 Brevard County United Fund Campaign Dick Joslin (president). Wonderland In Titusville. Florida, Saturday and Sun-
    Marshall T Orr '(Chrysler), Chairman of the 1964 day, May 30 and 31. Little Joe will arrive by airplane
    .__ '_ .. Saturday morning In Orlando. A big welcome extended -
    w- a+ -:= t''iaoi Air.!'
    to ill to see und meet Little Joe in person while he Is
    at the Florida Wonderland.

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    ANYONE FOR TENNIS'-These girls are all preparedfor 1

    r the summer's sport\ activities with the casual-wear

    ( ] r ; clothes they made and modeled for Titusville High

    School's home economics department recent annual fashion (t
    .NEW AND OLD Mrs. L. E Rackley, new president of
    show. Forty beginner students and ten advanced
    is shown accepting the gavel from the outgoing "
    .the PTSA president, Mrs. E. W Norman. The installation of ... 1 .... ,X'XXX .: a students modeled handmade creations at the show dedi- _
    officers was held recently at Titusville High School at the ON NASSAU CRUISE Miss Helena R, Conner (left) \.t 1 ;4
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    cated to their teacher, M. Florence Eaton -(Carlson V
    of the PTSA year. Other officers Installed and Miss Sandra Sheffield of Titusville were recent passengers
    } program Mn 1st vice ; Frank Tomdale aboard the S.S. Bahama Star on a cruise from Photo). MAYOR GETS POPPY Little Miss Poppy Cheryl
    2nd were vice: resdcntW; Harol/Gray, secretary; Mr and1rs. tropical Miami to Nassau The ship WM their floating. Gaudett, presented Mayor Ed Kittles with the first Poppy
    William Woodward treasurer; and Mrs. Granville hotel, docked in downtown Nassau, right in the center of recently: and, In exchange received a kist on the cheek
    historian (S-A Photo). all activities. from the Mayor Cheryl! is a )Junior member Titus.
    Goad, ville Legion Auxiliary, Unit No 1.-{Carlson photo).

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    you say, and U your husband Is Lea trade-la. 1 Foro.oa MayorTractor

    halfway decent he win keep in front loader Herlal and No.bucket 144UM4 with i I *

    clone touch with Ms children.: Title The Board ....."' .. th. NSgbId folks' bank
    reject any and all bldi. A real home
    Ann Landers means you are going to ben/ All bid. t* .be marked' "Bid. -for *
    I touch" too, Madame whetheryou tractor end loader"

    I like It or wrt. JOB CHAIRMAN H. W1CKHAM.HOARD OP tre compl.t.ly owned by iolki who lire It also means w. are anxious to help you with *

    BRKVARD COUNTY h.r. loans for all good purpo.... You'll: find us warm
    ShowerDear around
    In The Ann Landers will be glad to FLORIDA ,.j,

    help you with your problems. May 00, 00 (Pelt. 11..... w sew and sympathetic with all your .problems neighborly 1'

    ..... Send them to her In care of this That means w. are deeply concerned about the I *
    Ann Landers: Our 15- your father that be 01110 I M wife Remember )"IT your Paper Bay W. mean.

    year-old daughter: in upstairs crying dlicusi this with the clergymanwho newspaper enclosing a stamped, I, safety of the money you deposit with us. This Is

    her eyes out. I told her I married them. The family self-addreneed envelope. on top of that Insurance you get oa your money We want to be the pleasantest bank for many *

    diil.i't t want to hear any more members will then nut be Involved NOTICK' or Hill
    about It and that I was writing/& to and the decision will be Heeled' bit!. will .b* received by 'from an agency of tb. U. S. Government mil. ic
    the Board of County Cominiuioneu'
    pun" linn in what happened: an objective: one. at the t'ourthouea In Tltu.vlll.,
    arleUa' friend called Klorlda. up to. *.44 A.M., June 4. -k
    M boy lees...: INDIAN RIVER PLAZA
    her on the telephone an hour Dear Ann Linden: I am letting flea lit( IBM Vendor PaiMngrAulomoblleto

    ago. Her father n,wi-rcd. He tick and tired of reading .apeclflcatlonaiV meet the following: ) I national[I .I.. } STATE ROAD 50 ic
    told Gordy that Marietta was taking that tame old worn.out phriM In .: 100

    a bath and asked him to your column "When you merry ) ?
    call later. It Volt IgnKlo*) system y.
    please divorced the
    I a man you marry Aulomatlo heavy duty Iran.Poiltlv. ..
    When Marietta came Into the whole package the ea-wlle, the mlalvs

    living room her father announcedthat kids, the ex'. In-liwi, old M- Power .Fleering Traollon Bear End i '

    Gordy v/a. supposed to eaU code, and ton on". :You gotta be Power Brake. ,
    after she had time to get Healer and Air Conditioner (
    again craty. Not lee. then 114' Wheel B.ee
    out of the tub Well Marietta Not lea than 1:14: 4 ply' lire WHEEL OF MISFORTUNE
    I married a divorced! man ..ndthl're' Wide Rim: Whale: NLT 4V
    (;went straight through the roof. nothing in my' marriage Th. Board .....ve. the right to The odds ainst drivers R I
    She said It was vulgar, crude and repot sep lad .11 hide. gamble: :
    contract that iayi I have to be All Mils loi .b.* narked "Did for who with' the
    horrible of her father to tell bothered with any of Uw .fore One P.wengor Car fur Tag A._.- Steering wheel But ../, ,
    Gordy thai she was in the bath or", on left hand corner of envelope. drivirt can always win
    ,I .onod kook huiband'iexwife .
    men : My with the lowtr tniartnct
    tub. Now hhe doesn't think she Joe H. Wlukham. Chairman
    la a rellgluu'" Janatlc who Hoard of CountyHreve'r circa of a quality JBteaCaeudtr
    "lean faro him again at long as '
    reads the Bible with '-one hand .. .... AutocRitPol.I -
    she lives (.eunir. florid Icy. And have the
    you con.
    and drlnka gm with the. other, : ;KrT.
    have views? key U; 2 ( ) iwl. ymience quarterly
    May we your : pupa
    ."'Bedlam Center. Her children are going to be Just mints, too. Call us now.
    like her. MOTIC COB HIUHl' tT
    Dcaienter: : It :J not essential Hailed. bid. will b. received by 9 _

    that everyone' who calla on the American courts teem t to have the Hoard( of County, C'ommlneloner. I'' 1 -
    at the Courtboune In Tltuavlllo, II
    i telrphone be provided with a the insane Idea that children! are : Klorlda. up to D.45 A. M. Jun. t.111ti. KEELINSURANCE ." IiIIIIiitlI'H' blYAN 5.19

    1 detailed account o; why the better off with their mother evenif : On... fort(1) tractor, with front I...... 00:

    person wanted Is nut available she U a nut, 10 I lay let her er and apecltlcaIonaTnclnn bllok.... to, meet tb. following AGENCY INC. ew HELP WOULDN'T' HURT \X DIDNT' EXPECT G 1A crvI

    : at that precise moment paddle her own canoe.: And whdon't 0I ME TAKE '7 TO BEAT SOME k.. THIS MUCH J

    i It should come as no surprise you talk aoout nomellilng Three Hydraulic point park.lift JOO Magnolia AvenueI. I THINK WE REALLY \> UP! OP THE DIRT ./( GO-OPERATION.
    R. C. 37.71131LIPS
    to Gordy however that Marietta else for a change? OuUpokrM. Dleiel Coil OUT OF IT,

    1 bath?*. I don't see how this Information Dear Out: It'. easy to lay Let PTO. abaft( .I. and I' RUG A GOOD AlRiNO.
    oonnoctlng O
    could diminish her In her paddle her own canoe but nOr.I, tractor, bock 5UJ1 cUlIAlnI

    his <* .. If she hasn't stopped that canoe bus your' huiband'a ;lea lull *M ..,.n *f..fsw I '
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    crying by the time tills appears kids In It. I hoarier with following I It I
    yard bucket. with tread width
    f in print tell her to dry up and If this woman I.I a* putty, as bucket --.LJ.' 1 -

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    Ann Landers: We are Georgt"FOR SeJ e "\ 7y I i I l i

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    I Ma died 10 year ago. Pa bought 550BECAUSEIW

    a double cemetery plot and put I -

    one big stone In the middle. Mae / W1: -

    name Is on one side of the f0 Pt $ VERY ; I NEVER KNOW WHEN I

    .ujriono, and (, 'tiictVs.... space fore J00 aktfor, I1 DEDICATED ARTIST) I ; I. : GETAN INSPIRATION,

    e Pa's name on\ tlu other aide, pHM Twla Geege gJJi''' .. DABBLER, ALWAYS WANT TD BEPREPAREDTOCREATE. rVGTGFOR .{

    \jT Three years ego Pa remarried. Al.ppaa At.nng . 9.Tt1 WHY DO AATE .y.yp ,

    These past fw minthe. p.', ,cc"r y dJf Lq Ft, j ((1

    ond wife has becft ,aftrt, him to TUeE9 Cbann.l, hc[; 1e ALWAYSCARRY

    buy another [double1' plot for the e p RrB YOUR I

    i two of them... It Id the only thing PAINT ( I1Dt UBBLE'
    wilt hwfa Ant JJd1
    .a. 'we have argue, >- BRUSH SODA
    about sine they marriedT' ANDOIIS WEBER
    We are trying to stay out of It. SHORTWAVE WITH

    Of course we talk among ourselves Wu? JZie P-I

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    i' may need that plot' sooner than I George's Electronics INC. 3 :: ALREADY GOT A CADDIES NECESSARY ENSURE MY; GOLF BAIL FOR, MEf
    lie think What should be diinn'.
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    be burled beside the spouse with '

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    Friday can. 100: Ck Kd!: HulllvaoS
    Ch. IOu, Lombardo sue: ('Is. Urludl.S .
    THEATREltueville HIUMT 1:11: Ch. I N...., Mender Vanocur S Arrest. and Trial io a U
    1.00: ('h. S Nnwa Spurts, Weather 1W: Ch. I Clrau. Buy Pan: Lb S Uoneni.J .
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    >f' CLASSIFIED AD 11 GLAMOR GIRLS For Sale For Sale Http Wanted Mobile I
    :+ 6 MONTH OLD ZIG
    motors lawn mowers fertilizer ZAG. Repossessed !
    Publication I p.m. D.* B.fo spreader, shovels cement block, Swing Needle Dial OMalic WANTED DOZER operator and ADULTS ONLY, ;
    a A.M. tt Per For Mu Wad*.'PubUMU*.VrL steel desk also shrubbery .net Make Hundreds Of truck driver, must be exponent.ed. II Park 2676198.Centlnvc .
    shade trees." All below cost. Mra Fancy Stitches Make Buttonholes 267-2845. OPEN HOUSE
    .s.sIt Sews On Buttons Blind en !
    F. M. Everritt, 10 South Lemon
    WANT AD must bevr I
    .RATU Stitches, Monograms, Etc. All PART TIME help 21.
    I ... Ave 1
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    .. wordHlnlaun toe -......... Without Attachments. Assume 6 Tup's Pure Service, DOT N. U. S.
    lIrIr,1l4, USED SECRETARIAL wood desk. Remaining Payments Of WOO. ""Yl.

    typewriter pedestal. '267-0311. Ph. Finance Mgr. AM 7S530.NATIONAL CAR'SALESMAN: Experience pro- IT I WHY ? ?

    ALL CLAiaiPIED ADS 5 PIECE Rattan living or Florid CASH register, $111; (erred, but others considered
    .imp! .,.Ioll.bod ADVANCS Annual room aet $63. Also lamp and electric cash register, $160; Well respected dealership Bra FOR I
    V end tablea. 2679924. __. j tables and counters, maniquins, vard Motor Co. Call 267 4J91. Tltusvllle .

    lulltlod DlipU Rate Anllkbl 1 USED HOTPOINT- range, 40 inch, rack Barr Wholesale, 111 W, fla. because this is where
    >> en It..u1 $6888. T. V Ave., Orlando. ROUTE SALESMAN apply For;.

    lye ', tll Tbt.S*Ur-Adrooai of rt' ''l.oID, or KMITVM rMoil Uw e Emporium, 2673577. : "Help Wanted most after 2pm.Dairies, Norwood Ave., you register for the
    Mr tdmrUMniut wblok II MW5o .
    HOTmNTr PORTABLE dlshwaah
    obl..Uu..bI....lrlo.Uu.I of a.d ,o adranl..m..l ab..r. W, er, maple cutting board top front APPLICANTS WANTED for ex. InstructionsTIME free prizes.
    U...7"ordm4 Ie aoaOrm U I load, $50. Also RCA 21-Inch console perienced sales clerks Me
    ib. polio ol ...,. ptpw. TV $40. 267-0576. Crory'a Big Apple Plaia. ,6)
    Tb. .ui-Advoo t* will ed a* TO REGISTER In the Wlsbr
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    rwipaulbl, tor mar* lb. .. ... Uiiorrvil TWO 19" girl' blcycleiTiu and MEN AND WOMEN aged 21-45 toUaln land Kindergarten for the Fal,
    ..... liiMrUoi for will it M .f M session Phone 2674874, 310 WHAT PRIZES?
    blt (or (or rror I* t T.tlwnuU $10. Phone 267 4259 after 4:30: for managers and assist
    to TMUr ......1 Ihaa p.m. ant managers in bantam type) Highland.: Avenue.
    bo' oiwt of lb. opkoo ououpi** k>f ----- grocery stores. Apply Lit General
    CM I... In lbs' .dvortlMia.iil.BUOIDMM FURNITURE DINETTE living : Lost
    This I I. the official
    Store, 2120 Garden St., Titusvllla. -
    room, bedroom sot, and washer _. _---_ National The 1000 fabulous prizes being
    Orflr. M Mali "mat" I 508 Collins Ave. EYE GLASSES contained In case, Estate Boards.
    given free
    Dl.l, AM T-OMl vicinity Hoik's, 2076699. away absolutely
    Offloo. lI.u,. tiuu, to I.N: ..." 3 USED TV', 21 inch table model!, of the Association
    all with new picture tubes, $40 Mobile Homes I this leal. And only by Wcstlnghouse during its
    IpIOrIF..w4.Au.b.,1% .It data wwwL $59 $611. T V. Emporium, Big CAPABLE WOMEN needed In this seal ,
    display ma "Open House 14" Contest
    Special Apple Plaza, 2673577. profitable established territories'to
    "So THIS Is how It feels to be President of Amalgamated ----- ---- _-- show Avon Cosmetic. Writ TRAILERS FOR HINT selves Realtor.
    175 TABEBUIA TREES Dingbat Corporation. GOOD TRADE IN appliances, gas Avon Manager, P. O. Box 1408, __ S George M. These
    prize. are
    Orders taken by member of and electric water heaters, $10< Eau Gallic, Florida or call 254- 2 lEDROOM"trailer for rent :
    TRI.City Garden Club up. Ranges $10 up. 7840 after 6 p,m. Pucketfs Place north U. S. Inc: SO Home Laundry Centers
    Child CareIN For Rent
    Propane 2019 N. U.S. Suburbs .
    Now available at ,Hwy 1. S Bryan Conway:
    ROCK GARDEN NURSERY 267.6411. WANTED GIRL experienced In auto -- -. Winstead 50 Electric' Ringers
    3225 Old Dixie Hwy MY HOME day or week. Call HOUSES FOR RENT sale and title work. Must be SMALL HOUSE"tralferT Tor 2 Inc.
    Vt Mile N. of LaGrange Cemetery 2678947. AUTOMATIC WASHING machine, able to complete sale contact, adults $)W monthly Utilities S Campbell SO, Front free refrigerators
    UNFURNISHED 3 BEDROOMtown $35. 3378 Oklahoma Ave. notarize and act a* title clerk. Included. 2671870.LOVELY Inc.
    house, tile bath, central 50 Automatic dishwasher
    KEITH ROBESON of Gulfstream McCotter Motors Inc., 267-2112.
    \ Industries Inc, offer a complete For Rent airconditioned and heating. Near ELECTRIC BUILT-IN oven wit : ; 2 BEDR o-Mmbath.; I J. W. Chlldre,
    line of home Improvement; awn Pirtle\ Plata, S125 monthly 267- stainless surface unit for boo COLORED GIRL to keep house sod air conditioned, $125 monthly. e 100 Portable TV seta
    ings, aluminum aiding, carporte, 1928. and light. Used 6 month. All fo care. for 2 children $25 weekly Adults only I 2677021or Danenburg'g 140 Electric toothbrushes
    ARTICLES FOR RENT ---'-- $100. Clinton Motel. 267 2310 rqut' Realty
    Saturday or Sunday
    patio covers, screen room, BEACH RENTALS Houses and or Whispering
    : -- --- --
    commercial fronts. Pine Trailer! Court. I Duffy'. Real 140 Radio
    267.7906.Animals apartments, $39 to flSO per SINGER SLANT needle model 301. CHILD CARE and light housework ,
    FOR RENT week; reduced rates by month $85: coffee table and 2 end c. required. Live In approximately 'TUILIItS.'OR. SALT I Edwards Realt 140 Hair Dryer set
    Floor Sanders. Polisher season, or year. MARGARET tables, (blonde) $10; 2 piece "* ((2 months) 267-2211, extension I Ed Kitties
    KLIKNA Paxton Realtors, 419 brown sectional, $20; kitchen 2307. Earl Sowell.EXPERIENCED 1958 CREE trailer! 8 X 25 ft, $1150, 140 Automatic can opener
    I YEAR OLD midget stallion. Oak Phone AM 7-32SJ FlaRler Ave., Beachslde. table and chairs $20; Brand 1709 So. Rtdgcwood, Edgewater, I Harris Realty
    Hill, 2453312. saleslady wanted. GA "2006. L. B. Newman 140 Steam'n Sprinkle Iron
    NEW SMYRNA BEACH new twin bed and box springs, S
    HORSES BOARDED FACTORY PAINT OUTLET $30; or box springs, $10; Apply In person: only Frederick ';-trailer Tandem' e Donn Searle
    Individual stalls, Baldwin Shopping Center ROOMS FOR RENT $15;! painted: work bench m.er.j a Department Store 33 X with axle e Sydney u advertised In June Sth Issue
    daily exercise and hydraulic dolly wheels, Ideal
    correct feeding. drawers and chair, $15; Color MEDICAL SECRETARY-receptlon- for farm trailer W, J. Smith of
    MAC'S CAPE KENNEDY PRIVATE HOME, with TV privileges or heavy duty e
    TV console model RCA, $250 1
    OAK HILL 3453441 EQUIPMENT River ; lot experienced In routine. of boat trailer tHO! Apply at
    Indian City area, .
    green plastic covered chair $4; doctor' office Able to --- ---- I
    Sales Rentals Repair assume Rocket Motel, 2 miles north of
    gentleman l 267 0513.
    Boats For Sale Construction Equipment :_ 2920 South Hopkins Ave responsibility. Send resume of Mlm.
    Hand Tool CLEAN DOUBLE room air-condi experience and salary expectedto WHEN
    ; P. 0. Box me, Tltuavllle. I x M. 1 bedroom trailer, $500.( 267: Iif
    17 FT. FLEETWING completely 88 E. Merritt Is. Causeway tioned maid service, private girl's 24" bike, $15; Lambretta "
    fiberglass/ excellent condition, Day. 638-8340-Nlght 6360160 bath. $30 weekly 2223 S. Wash 1962 motorscooter, $100 (needs BREAKFAST- "COOK,- Whit; apply I. 4589. '

    50 HP Johnson motor and trailer APARTMENTS FOR liNT, I I "ington. repair) 267-1744. 110 Maynard Sue'a Grill after 5. DETROITER, 1962. 55 x 10, 3 bed m
    267.2533.CABIN SI250 PER PERSON, per week. Road, Route 50, Indian River room. $250 equity, $7978 month.
    CRUISER. 19 ft. can be UNFURNISHHED BEDROOM a. Rocket Motel, Him. hone 287- City. Remember pay| your Paper Boy ly. 2875873.

    wen )Just north at overpass Dock partment. $70. Adults. Inquire 3097. SPINET PIANO I

    _Inn.-=_$195.:_2676461.. __.__ I -609 Tropic. -Street.-- SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies REPOSSESSED, new piano guar
    1960 NATIONAL water bug> cabin TITUSVILLE, furnished duplex apartment for rent. 801 Orange St. 287- antee. Small monthly payment.
    cruiser, 75 h p. Johnson $1300. 2 bedroom 1311 In. 3400 KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC I. R. C AreaNew i
    1709 So. RldRowood Ave., Edge- dian River Ave. Open house 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385
    water GA -2906.. next weekend Telephone.723.9126. CLEAN ROOMS (for working men. WHERE?
    : 2670234. FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES modern 3 and 4 bedroom home _
    14 FT. PLYWOOD fishing boat AVAILABLE JUNE 10 unfurnished clearance sale all merchandise
    and trailer, good condition. $.50 2 bedroom apartment. Not LOW rates., elesn room for work. on door. Hurry on while it F.I1.A end V.A. Just completed. Priced ry
    suitable for small children. 267- men. $10 3. Call 267-8185. .
    each. Call 267.4358.Building lasts, 2111 Garden St., Nldy from $15,850.00 to $20,000.00.Trade "Open House 64" headquarter
    NICE ROOM for gentlman., Call Shopping Center, 267.5733 or 267- .. .. for Brtvard County I I. at
    & Const. FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS: closeIn -aitcn 4 p.m. .261-6768. 1926. if; .. 4" -' i _

    efficiencies, weekly, monthly BEDROOM, close In, private home, EARLY AMERICAN '* In Your Old -Home Lakevlew Hill model home on
    NIDY CONSTRUCTION, resident. rate., air conditioned, 417 Julia.' gentleman I only. Phone 267-1630. bench pine, like new. 267.3612 beautiful South Lake. Direction
    ial*, commercial and remodeling Street. after 6pm.GARDEN .
    12 )'ea,. in TitusvtUe. Licensedand $15 WEEKLY, with kitchen p-'M.; We hive ten ,3''and 4 bedroom homes .2'i lo Lakcvlew Hill arc -
    bonded. Phone AM 2326.. NEW TOWN HOUSE apartment leges, for man only. 267-4463. construction.
    under Some with .
    air conditioned, 3 bedrooms IVi : carport.Sand : We're net sticking Drive west on Garden! Street to
    Camping HuntingTAKE I baths, enclosed I garage, walking STORES FOR RENT STREET-Com- double garages Priced from $18, OO when we a.r our .
    distance to schools and shopping merclal corner lot, close In, I Is the firm* yes can : : South Lake, turn right on Carpenter
    YOUR vacation In a Florida: G. M. Barley, 342 Washington!: 15 available x 50 loot store June or office space excellent buy. $19,450.00. Builder will definitely tar complete/ details Itoad .and proceed .to
    1st. Contact I
    camper. Mike reservations now. 267 3622. George LaGaase at George' Electronics Small down payment nice )'our'old home on ,trade. Call the wisest "m..." ,
    Call Double J. Campers, 267-1584. '' mad. I Lakevlew Hills.
    UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM 1412 South Hopkins,, two bedroom home in good todayl! Think ol
    Child Care apartment, tile bath central WILL location family room I I
    heat and airconditioned, near I Foot BUILD store or UP TO warehouse 4000 Square for big corner lot-only $12,750. We have new and used homes In all

    "CHILD CARE Pirtle Plaza, $110 monthly. suitable tennant. $550 acre excellent FID While you are there! yfu
    by hour day or Phone 267-1928. Contact George per location, Call {tor, an appointment to
    week. Indian River Height.: AM LaGasse at George' Electronics acreage for future gain, all and your family arc invited Jo
    Commercial Buildings For Rent 1412 South Hopkins. 1100 acres.Commercial. leeGeorge-
    I Ag'DtALLIED visit the model home and seethe
    WAREHOUSE FOR RENT good corner
    1.5788.A 60 for rent June 1st on Route 1 lot, good traffic count. M. Barley Inc. VAN new layout of the beautiful -
    north of Mlms. 260 ft. frontage, ware '
    Jim 500 n. deep. Also for pale 267- houses for rent. 200 square feet, Space Real Estate Inc PEAL ESTATE STORAGE Ic TR MARINA, beach, boat docks
    airconditioned office 600
    0389. sq. Glen Schlueter, 267-6668 I
    DAY OR and fenced In recereatlonal
    HollandINC. ft. warehouse space. $125 mon 342 S. Washington Tlturvlll 267-3022
    DUPLEX FOR RENT thly each. J. W. Chlldre Real. Phone AM areas, plus the planned til
    :. ty, 267.5563.
    NEW UNFURNISHED. 3 bedroom
    -- -- Westinghouse home to
    U. No. soon
    1..2 Miles
    heat WAREHOUSE
    apartment tile bath, central SPACE
    Of Mlms At
    'Rocket Motel AM 7-3097 and air conditioning $125 month. Repair Shop Officeor I b* built on the shores til South

    ly. 267.1928.HOUIIS. Storage Space "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service ; Lake i


    at 810 S. Hopkins Ave.
    2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, 222 GolfvlewDr. SCHOOLStart
    MOBILE I HOMES Phone 267.5946. Call or Write: J. J. Rozen ;
    $135 monthly. At the time ell
    &z1l same you
    ;20 71 St. Miami Beach-866-0272 this Tuesday 7 P. M.
    attend first session as our guest.HOWELL'S .
    .Co ncAJettJ view the activity presently underway
    Sales And Rentals WAREHOUSE, suitable for shop z4Ie.acL (}
    garage or storsge. In center o( 11 J which I I. making South
    BUILDERSWANTED town See II. II. Hudson at Star- BUSINESS COLLEGE rtJ"'t1- ,
    Advocate o.:> Lake the attraction crater ofTituavlll.
    SPECIAL 1528 S. Wsuh. Ave (U.S. 1))
    SO X 10 NEW BEDROOM ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only 267-1161 TdcyhoneWuhtngton .. The beautiful rollingand
    $3960.00 25c each at the Star-Advocat 4418ou1h
    "FOREST HILLS hi* been cleared and the
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    36 x 8 STEWART 1 BEDROOM ESTATES"JUST treeta are being aurveyed.
    Local & Distance Movers
    $1195.00 A FEW LOTS I Long w

    LEFTI! I ICIIAS. 1. Two bedroom home located on beau. h a Also, you will be able to leI-

    \V i Down Local Bank JANNARONE I Moving
    Financing p Tiluavllle Shopping Center i nicest itrecti. Sales price 1060000. .
    WE TRADE ANYTHING AM 7-3441' Storage Jjf3t choice a smell deposit will
    I tjg Shipping z O.OO will handle.
    ,. __- __ 0' Approximately $8 ally old It until your home Is com
    Call for
    appointment. ?

    ,OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE tJREVAPD RIDGWAY MAYFLOWER I 2. Three,.nd four bedroom homes near. I

    COLD FUR STOrAGE -1600 N. U. S. No. 1 CRATING Brick block
    Ing completion. con AND
    struction. From $14,250 to $17,500.
    I. Paul Conway ft, C. Win...
    Pndd.al, Vtw.......
    Low down payment. YOU CAN
    -- : j on't fall to register fur the

    .'._. jI QUALIFY. t x
    I I Kids Walk to School! '1000( prizes.

    t.Ak\Jl[ ; 75' EV\\ LARGE POOL I 3. If you have moderate income but good \ i

    LOTS WITHCENTRAL a SHUFTLJEBOARDHORSESHOES!: credit, we have a nice clean three bed.

    WATER a Etc & t 1 room home that can be purchased for i

    Moms Love the Kitchens! $.150.00 down and payments only $63.00

    I 'I per month. If located hero permanently r -

    WilY rent when this type of DANENBVRGREALTY

    $95 DOWN $35'MONTHLY + home can be purchased. Occupancy I

    Dads Relax in ComfortHUNTER _"4- approximately 30 day.

    vUI. north i 8.'R:,,, ., ... A" 11_.
    TO REACH OAKWOOD From Tttu go on : "'
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    north U.s. I fur one more
    u.s. 1 to Mima. Continue on I
    I --- II 1314 South WashingtonAM
    mile to, our entrance: on right For free information 12
    call 281- M6. PARK HOMES PRICED FROM ll gan..Conway & W-tleacl.nc. 7-3858

    buyer and seller expect

    AGENTS ON PROPERTY TTL DARK INDIAN RIVER CITY zer.sm j_ Dial All 1.011Day, Night er HoMay

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    I :: i"N; ) o Spring Fever: Oti This Page. .'/" hese Ads Jump With Real Buys

    Continued From Proceeding Pip Mobile Hornet MISTER 8REGERugy. Real Estate I Real Estate Real l Estate
    f I
    SKYLINE vate shady yard, 2 yean old. 2 Data, family corner lot home with advantages you'll
    1963 GREAT LAKES, Expansion' W 1 10, S bedroom $3098. 267.6t04. with ttitewalM, $500 down, noclottnc like 3 bedrooms, Ill bath* it
    ESTATE trailer, 2 Amer W57 Travel Trailer --y.- tost*, 1708 Stnlth Dr. So., 12600. $500 down, $79.38 monthly,
    lean furniture automat wash. 1958 Mark V, 2 bedroom Please tall 267-1770. including P and I., 24 :year mortgage.

    er, carpeting. Large kitchen, excellent 1957 Magnolia, 1 bedl'OOllla WESTWOOb NEW AND only $850 down $101 Large lots. Just south! of
    condition, Shaded lot. 267- Low A60-10 ACRES with some 7792. UARTltfs MOBILE HOMES 3 bedroom 2 baths. Dream kit. (Route 405)). George B. Barley,
    grove North of Scottsmoor BALES MANOR then. Better hurry, rtieie move Inc. Titusville 2673622.
    $1500. per acre with terms. JUST ARRIVED! 12 ft. wide Skyline Authorized Skyline and Buddy )p t rant at $17.750. Campbell Asso-
    with private dining room. dealer / r !Fiats Inc. 267-7329. Riders WantedWILL
    X34-16(\'' ACRES In Bellewood Come and *ee HI Martin's Mo 1224 N U. S. 8.,. I OLD DIXIE HWY
    vicinity, fronting on County bile Moines .1224 North U. S. 1, fcto. nt ovwpttfiTituivlilo NEW SMYRNA BEACH TAKE 13 rider to or partway
    !road $2500. per acre $:S1r10. (north of Tltnsvllle overpass). 267-3081 CRICK HOMES, 3 Bedroom, Modern CBS 3 bedroom, t bath, to Lexington, Kentucky
    dash' down handles 267-3081. t Full Tile Baths, Central Fia. room! attached garage Share expenses June 6th. Call
    )'urn. er unfurn. 1 bnt. to *
    ocean Gene 267-0331 between am.S
    A12-20' ACRES with frontageon aa MOOTLANDMobilHome I Iteat, Built-la Range With Best buy' 1 in Town! Call I OwnerMcMahon pm.
    two roads Priced at I Hood, Sod Lawns and Shrubi, : 4286246, 314 Condict{ .
    $1850. per acre. Good highland MOBJttfc pfNERUH Sales Choice of Color Figures./ Dr. SchoolsAN
    Could: ) be easily subdi rVi QUALITY HOMES AND a.0 I

    UA 1 North of Overpass room, 1 bath only JROO doWn and a guarantee of Job security at
    ACRES In Bellwood FRttl Titusvilld 267-5695 tart $14,900 $6229 monthly. Immediate occupancy. high wages. Contact FETI, 105
    vicinity South of Indian River Ryan Realty! 267.4691.: King St., Cocoa Phone 636-3720: ,
    'City, $9B! 0.A15 $20 down payment and $20 day or evening.
    RANCHERO within
    I Ready For Occupancy easy
    -5 ACRES of good highland month will buy your own full PACEMAKER distance to Cape. 3 Bedrooms Scrap Iron & Metals
    mobile home lot at beautiful

    acre LIBERTYTOt1171ERN 2C75293 2C7-2802 2 Baths In
    with scattered pines. Lake Louise Estates. 2075437 tip top condition
    North of Mims. $2000. per HOME I on a half Acre plus lot.
    Become your own landlord. 1-Bcdroom (front dining room) Check this out and we'll help I KINO IRON & METALS
    acre Don't tear up rent receipt each 2 Bedroom m a. Ana BO, folks, w* go into the day of our low down Von with your financing. Camp
    \ fibent.: fifth MUST SELL, payment,
    }D45-2 3/4 ACRES on Route : month.in our Many beautiful families trailer now community reside We also hive lots televised six-day tike .If assume VA loan 3 bedroom, 1H bell. Associates. Inc. 2677325. Buying Iron, Steel] Metals

    No.room 50 frame with house good $13,500.two bed visit( us and see for We Invite you te ome tee bur display -- ------ bath CBS, 267-3219. EDGEWATER, 2 bedroom masonry 4 Miles South'On U.S. No. 1
    yourself the finest aelf-owned : Estate BEDROOM, 2 bath home. Closed garage Paved
    Mobile Homes Real l LOVELY 3 Cocoa Florida
    home We are ace! withPACEMAKER ,
    mobile park. I streets. Guest house, close to
    L94-180 feet frontage on Magnolia home. Spacious living room,
    Avenue with good CBS LAKE LOUISE ESTATESon 'BURGESS MOBILE HOMES BUSINESS LOCATION> with resl.I alrcondltinning carpeted, fenced Indian River. Riparian rights
    dwelling Plenty of room for East Orlando Estate Road Teller yarn and Service dence on heavily traveled Hopkins yard. Many extras. 108 Thorn. $26,500. Park Avenue Realty, 103 Services
    additional buildings. Pricedat Blthlo, Florida Rt. 10 At Friendly Shore I I Avenue. Suitable for T.V ton, 267-1659. East Park Ave., Edgewater, Fla.
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    only $17,900. with 29% Phone 277.5282 2201. S. Rtdgewood, U.S. 1 Nu-Way Trailer Service I bale and Service or other retail 3 BEDROOM home on lot 100' x BETTER QUALITY since ;46. A
    HOMES OF unusual beauty and 1st. 412 South; U. S. Ito Each
    down. or Edgewater, Fla. business Only $15,70000. Ed furnished .
    260' or unfurnished.Good
    ALLEN REALTYR. I GA 84436 our 1 Stop Supply House"We I Kittles Agency, elf SO. Washington style for those who would rather price, easy terms, quiet shirt guaranteed
    hi City. New have it or will it 267-0831 2670323. not conform to traditional same
    D13-Duplex R. No. 1, Box 364 get :: or location. Sydney Schwartz' Roal THE
    to de SECRET'S out! Wash or dry
    seas Several are ready
    modern construction. Two S Miles N. Of Cocoa For Make or Model -- Estate, 1141 S.
    Any Hopkins Avenue,
    for leis A LAUNDRY
    more At -1
    We also I assist
    bedroom each side. Owner 'Cocoa 634-3790 I ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only 1201 N. Dixie, New Smyrna" BeachTel. I ACREAGI FOR SALE light in selecting your eye.a plan and building you Titusville, Florida, 267-6100 or COIN DEPARTMENT, 412 South
    reduced to 18500. Directions Route mile
    price 50 1 .
    4285002 267 6101.
    25c rtch the Bta,Advocate U. S. No.1.ACT
    site tt you prefer. range
    Will provide a good return on I past Blthlo Cutoff 1 ACRE COVERED with becotlul
    your :Investment at only 0 Office. TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT tree Located Just a few minute from $20,000 to $30,000 with only IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY, withno NOWI I FILL your waterfrontor
    ---- -- --- 10% down. 3, I 5 bedroom.
    $2700 down. Hurry on this I I ,I IDUFFY'S from Titosvllle. fl.OOO. or qualifying/ bedroom, 2 bath, lakefront property while 10-
    LARGE 46X 100 spaces, I1PM., Ed Kitties Agency, 8t'1. Wash: Call us for service today. Ed screened patio, wall to wall car Inch cutterhead dredge available
    1112-440 feet US No. 1 frontage Kitties Agency, 611 S. Washington peting, airconditioned, near Co-
    267-09J3.! ington, 267 0831 or 2675323. Titusville Payment cash, prop.
    to the Railroad In Belle- REAL ESTATECorner _! 267 0831 or 26:523.Comfortable?: quina school and shopping. $1100 erty. 636.2296, Cocoa
    wood. $75. per front foot. TRAILER SPACES iso"ACRES In North Lake County: down $92 monthly. Ryan Realty, .. _
    high land, best bet for cattle, HomeNew 2674691. FREE BOTTLE gas Installation.,
    C58-Two excellent motel or U S. No. 1 and fowy 46 Mimi TRAILER SPACES !hunting lodge, or pure investment No gas deposit required no minimum
    apartment sites In Bellewood. at $115 per acre, easy 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, METZ !REAL ESTATE and Insurance bills. Phone 267-3076 or 267-
    One has 300 feet frontage on Large lot. Reasonable rent. term T W Mero, Broker, San. acre lot optional. Nicely furnished 1989. Tltusvllle Gas Co.
    See Us FOR .
    Highway and River, the other : Good transportation to Cape ford 3222481 for appointment 10% down, only 35 minutes 3 BR House, $100 down -_
    to Cape. Tinfow, 1 Lenore FURNITURE TOUCH-op and refinishing -
    has feet
    440 frontage on FRIENDLY SHORES
    Highway and River These II ACRES, High and Dry, well ]located North of Mims. 2 ACRES covered with beautiful Avenue. Phone 2G7-1481. 57.00 mo. Homes, Lots, Acreage also antique work,
    tJ.S. No. 1, City Limits, Edgewater.
    trees, just north of Minis, only I qnarahteed service. 2675733.
    parcel are about the last of 9922 E. Colonial Rt. 50. Union
    4 EXCELLENT Producing Groves $1,600, 29% down, 5 years on MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2, 3,
    their in this Call
    type. Plumbing Supply balance. Call Wessner Realty! or 4 bedroom homes, brand new Park 277.3204_ VACUUM CLEANERS REPAIRS
    In are of much higher priced Parts sales Electrolux
    2677125. supplies ,
    1 bedroom --
    BEAUTIFUL House On Large Lot homes. Small down payment and Hoover! Kirby, Air.Way, Rex-
    AM \ O Developers: Several SEPTIC TANKSof DUPLEXES FOR SALE" only $85 monthly total payment.VA LUXURY LimG, new brick I air, Filter-Queen, G.E., etc.
    tracts of acreagefor U. S, NO 1 HIGHWAY I frontage, Numerous Tracts. no BRENT veneer, 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath, Free pick up and delivery. SOS
    reln ;
    pre-cast concreU, ateel- ;T"t
    development. Good highland LARGE DUPLEX with 2 ed.rooms WOOD ; on Garden built In range and oven, South Washington Ave., 267-5530.
    with road frontage 115 ACRES 3 Miles North tot Mlms. Ideal] for Develop"] forced, alate-approved, urea 1540 each aide, living: room St., AM 7-7142 or 6325655. washer and disposal. di.b-I
    Come In for further inform gals, 690 gala, 739 gal., and 1000 and kitchen, with built-in oven with AM and FM radio, central (Continued on Next Papa)
    ation. ment. Shown by appointment ,al.. Grease trap Installed, tanks and range, $1250 down, $85 r BEDROOM, 2 bath" new? low oil heat and airconditioned.
    pumped and cleaned, drain fields Call down Nicest\ section in
    monthly. Wessner Realty payment
    B35 Business Opportunities >FOR SALE: Chic 3 bedroom house. Ideal location In relaid. Work guaranteed. PIttman 267-7125. Tltusville. Forest Hills. 267-S564 wood burning fireplace, waU to
    Tanks Inc Phone AM 74421. wall carpet double car garage,
    We have several established Mime Septic This StandsFor
    businesses that are available p, 0. Box 2016, Tltusvllle, HOUSIS FOR IALI AIRCONDITIONED MODEL folly landscaped, corner lot
    Florida. home, 4 bedroom. 2 bath, 2 car $2700 down. For appointment
    such as: trailer patks, restaurants PHONE AM 70821DUFFY'S _
    taverns, and dry SAVE $700. Brick home brand garage, eatm' kitchen and screen QualityThis
    cleaning business. Confidential Plumbing il'>ctrlc | SupplUt new 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Was porch. Near schools and shop. NEW 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, $750
    details to Interested part. New Smyrna Plumbing i $1,400 down on $14.900 price. Now ping. Our special deal on this down with no qualifying. Ryan
    ies. REAL ESTATE Supplies, Inc $700 down on $14,200 approximately terrific home never lived In, new Realty, 267-4691. !
    CompletePlumbing X90 per month. Compareat guarantee. Small down pay pN
    "UsBl'droom, !U Bath and Eleelrl.it eupplleswater $17,000 Ed Kitties Agency, ment. Call 267-5221 builder.
    home In Imperial EstatesNo 8y.t,ni Bprlnklir HyiUm ell So. Washington, 2670831 or EXTRA LARGE older home, large
    3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH home lot, fruit trees, rental
    Pumps Plpu Vtlvmopper FltUsas 2675323. on ,
    /qualifying Has built In 8 AGENCY 6"cUepFDST
    Tubing PlutLlubt Pipes corner lot airconditloning 24000. $1500 down
    "' ex fully furn
    kitchen, Florida Room, fenced Pictures, Wire. do.' TITUSVILLE; 3 BEDROOM, "V cellent condition. 2673276. ished. 2673463. I
    In yard Queen Mary 1232 Canal-New Smyrna Beach bath, fenced in, $400 down, FHA
    model. Phone 4282706Sun..NltetHoUdl,1 $84 monthly. South Lake, 4254 WILL SACRIFICE 3 bedroom, 2 --- ----- ------- I ES
    bath home aircondilioning, dou
    Alachua Avenue.
    LEGAL PADS Big Supply, at
    II144-BP toning 3 bedroom, bin carports with family room.
    2 bath, 2 kitchens, swimming 3 T BEDROOM 1V4 BATH fenced $17,830, $850 down, 2744 N. Circle the Slor-Advocato Office
    pool, stereo room, 3 fully sodded, well and pump, Drive, Forest Hills. Call I Ie This Is the official Seal of
    separate air conditioners: h i& / 267 5054. builder, 2673267. the National] Association of
    fenced In yard and two car uppittfAA a 4er ------
    garage. Can be made into two 3 I BEDROOM house Including furniture 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH, $300 down,, Home Builders. Only mem-
    t bedroom duplexes. $30,000. will sacrifice for quick $85 monthly Call Wcssncr Realty bers of the National Association
    By appointment only. """"' ''I<; t-.,.. sale, can between 8 I.m. end 267-7:25.: and local associations

    1104 S Bedrooms t baths In f' 'q I 1kd.wed 10:30 a.m. 2671257. 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath, bY owner, are allowed to displaythis
    J this home with spacious ; :.4. 0 3 t BEDROOM. } BATH available Whispering Hills area. Phone 267 seal:
    June 1st.
    ground on Indian River.This / --2676493.- 4572.
    Alexander Construction
    is really Florida living 1';;; 0 ',...,..... "
    at its finest Owner will fi '' "'i f'I Company

    nance. NORTH BREVARD AWNING JESS W. CHILDRE Broyhill Development

    IlS5-$9.000. total price on this 2676333Tilusvllle P. 0. Box 928 267-2779

    ualnt 2 bedroom home on aa Fla. 'A TO"I. SUIL0aw Childre Homes Inc.
    100 x 120 shaded lot with 14 fA5HION"AdiUii
    bearing orange trees. Terms. A I I For riomesr or Trailer __ Cowart & Carter, Inc.
    r ,' yMe 1 Cozart Const. Company
    H119-Fine 3 bedroom 2 bath a Home of your Own vs1 Cabanas CarportsUtility "', WITH ....<<
    home Just outside city limits < e ;,\1.k))) Fisher Construction Co.
    Lot Is 00 x 240 feet deep with Screened ",'is: .. ) IINISM b'l
    *. \ Futch Construction Co
    30 bearing trees .
    orange Built '
    FISHER For Month
    Price Immediate Just reduced to $14,500.I : By N and Fla Room :;: -).',,.y-. .' Of June John Beach
    occupancy Hurryt I"V"-- Off BEAUTIFUL GARDENDALE 3

    H184-New bedroom', 03s Chain Link Fence 33 Price bedroom, 2 bath, Kitchen equip- Louis & Brown, Inc.

    2 bath home kj\sl\; off Old v-. _. _... ped, Florida room, 10 x 25 patio, Northwood Builders, Inc.
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    Dixie Hlwl. ,. Total price I 3 and 4 BEDROOM HOMESIN air conditioned well kept lawn, Penziner Bros.
    $14600 90% financing. shrubbery, double carporte, vanl-
    FOR RENT: Good corner office Robert Evans
    Tories In baths, extras galore.
    location for Insurance aN
    mortgage broker, engineer:: Priced right at $15.650 with $1150 Ronald MorettoTiffany
    and other professional men. re down $11116 per month. Includes Euildein: Inc.

    Several choose from.location.Come and in sizes and let to FOREST HILLS ESTATES TWO HEADS ARE everything I No qualifying. Hurry Justice Homes, Inc.

    us know what you need James Trimble
    BETTER THAN ONE Call Mr. Floyd R. Stone with William Everman
    2 CAR ENCLOSED GARAGE Yours and ours. You know the kind of 75563 Wingate Homes

    ARROWREALTY FAMILY ROOM MARBLE SILLS house you want we know where to ___n __ nn ___n -

    TILE FLOORS INSULATED SIDE WALLS find It. You know the limits of your

    budget we'll show you how to

    !, SALESMAN ON PREMISES 'TIL DARK stretch It. 111:1"Olp: ,

    For houses, financing and expert Realty III>t WMXX J
    2700 S. Washington Ave. JUST FOLLOW THE SIGNS n o advice, come toCampbell ..

    Titusville, Fla. ; "

    ''y AM 7.7037 Custom Built By .
    Don R. Mancini Broker | Associates, Inc. NEW HOMES REMODELING ROOMS

    ENVELOPES Business Size I
    Also Kraft Envelope with clasp I 210 S. Washington 267.73:5:: CHEWNING CONSTRUCTION

    ;t for Advocate.mailing. Full stock at Star.i I PHONE 267-0564 I I 267-6789

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    I'A Community Of Fine Homes In TitusvilleOnly ,,1 $4750 to $6850 Home* restricted to 1100 sq. ft minimum.

    F HA LOW DOWN 2 Miles West of U.S. 1 On Garden St COWART & CARTER
    PAYMENT.. --r-'I
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    Friday. M.y W, 1 1964 TMve |'I ll. y ltrM.) Star Atty..... Pat* ,-a ,


    I Star-Advocate Classified Ad-- !!I PUBLIC TICESi I1'If

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    Services: Used CarsV& Trji fcs '5115 'I.'IT COIS" 1Of AMD50b ]NIbYsO'S 0. eAtS inr TIllS rikcrir roiiitT OF 'TB>:

    1111.1.: "OniTt rLohIhfhb. Nntlee. I. hereby gIven that sor' hiNTS JIIIHMI, ( IklllTM.OKIIM.
    VOLKSWAGEN white walls 'IN Olt.VTKHt STAR ADVOCATE'SCrosswQrgj Miaul lo tha final' decree of tan. Ill' AND 1'01' jltfapIV
    Services 1959 ; .l" >. tAllY i'm M |""IN' -' .....U.* and .,. entered In the kOASU ('(aUNT.'
    good condition radio, hitr. UNION DIMS gAVINUa BANK, a MUM Binding in the Circuit Com tHt(5PY NO. IM.Txonrg
    WATER PROBLEMS? $ 3S. 7-2632. .orporatk'.. In and for Bravard ( Florlili; ; OF BUT .
    :_ PlaIntiff ease laos I kataus I :.unl"I Ihund.nlned FEDERAL NATIONAL MORtOA1JK -
    |BRICK, BLOCK and cement work. Jj4e ASSOCIATiON
    e57 PLYMOUTH V4. standard .. Clerk will' saIl the a cerpuP..
    Free estimates. Yerger Construe led In Count'deatrlbad allan orgenhwd and alUMIng under
    tion. AM 757Zfi.TVSERVICE ahift runs good. >lg. yiZ Jfldy. hla wlf and CArlO \ 011ot an Act .f Congreae pur.qant 1.155Fteral
    qt Brcvard., M. I. CAR INC" .KH. eighteen II III, Replat of partS National Mortgage Aa.ua.latlnn .
    CALLS .82 CHEVY 3/4 ton pickup truck' Defendant Block five (101), PINR, QHOVK Charter Act.'having' IM prtntlual .
    only $2.95, A-l condition after II bones nr m if ACROSS $?. StaIrway p.'i" IRK SUBDIVISION aaaord-. off.lie In the Lily of ..yV'enhIngion -
    and why pay more? T. V. Servo 632-2172 THE STATlO Or FLORIDA So CION tID poet b1l1\1. r to lbs plot l of askS aundivIM Dletrlut' nf Columbia. II

    ice Center 2673883.: .p.m.26H337. TOl, CHARI.KS A. MARKET ..n"BF.TTY 'Runrot .. tInt".t ,Msflsladdm' 71-; II ..n aa renoriled In Plat Hook V .I'lalallff.' *
    Call Collect 8:30.S p. m. JANK MARKS 1 15, Pag 150. Public Romrda; ,f V-
    [COOK'S WELL DRILLING Service 53 MERCURY 9 passenger station KKHIDKSCB': : UNKNOWN' tor 4n.naee stami EiTMD3p. Bravard County, Florida.Together ISISISTRAM (1. SCHNEIDER 4
    wagon $124 take up paymentsr MAIUNll AI>DRK ftf. Zarl1'. .0. 6ey4ut .n.JI'ouow, fl'iJUjJ, wIth Ib* following (.Um ,WiLLIAM GREEN
    licensed Insured, work guar V $750 totsl. J87-037J. O. IIOX 434: Ot.l NJ>ORA. neat )IIOtUsfS. M.lwlnt" af property (orated In' Sell per D.letlela.' ','
    anteed. 2673243.PAINTING lhaaenlly Inalalled a* 0"I thimarovomenia STATS OF FLORIDA
    --- -- -- CALIFORNIA 1111411 10. Fulorlun '1.Rew.rd ;
    IIBRTMAM siCPtfltlOID3Ofl.l'lalr : ,
    FREEIII! I an aald 1 land! TOl : O.
    1954 FORD automatic transmlsaion .' YOU AKB .HJCRM1Y... u. f$>>itc.s "" itireIrle ,1111111-Is Tower., ColombIA, .oulbjCarolina
    { expert reliable and LP. BOTTLED GASINSTAILATIONI that oatS barn filed agaiunlmu f.: L: S fel1 tVN". *
    good running condition., jurust. > In Ih n.ilovec.u a. and you u. gny Ob a-. n Ifn. flIP; .)*<*
    unifying work. Estimates glad : I TMUS7II3" fl nan'.I Klofirle: Bur- Tou are hereby notified that a,
    ly. AM 70776.IHOME / $150. i7.46t0. .are with required th Clerk to of die lhl y.ursnnwrr Court and to s. 867.1 .DOt76 .tionnl b '.: ; 1 fie*' llnll. Model No.' ".'i. Mrla ult ana been riled e">lnl yi.' !.
    i hltenn 1.1I'.M"p.. Ur\M1 I No, |C"ua7M.lennilKleHrln:: th esbuv.en titled au.. and hM
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    5uburban Propane 55 FORD pickup (ruck good tires' ncr.. a opy thereof satan She,plain Hudlow. 14. ftDman t. Epocha y). ) IIJirT.Perl you art required In rile your aewer >>
    IMPROVEMENTS Remodeling tiff or It* tlorneya, Mahonry 'lr JOI'.J'.I.1'I: ..
    Colin bnawae ) PvrfeillnnWall other plejlUi
    good condition, contact Adama, Uirnetl .J.tlody .p.f'; IA. ,9mIurdao's I ar reapanaiy
    Chamber* copper
    S. 1 N. 207-0411
    2019 V. -
    Patios Noi, with the Driveways. r I 'p.fII. .t i4ie. national, Dunk Ilulldlng. Jaikaun. $. a1 ..Maks. fhO7y' i'O'.r "% llaaler... rUI'eoc. V' aery thereof .iUw.
    Call 267-0234 for estimates. :!U.e : villa ,I not later t 5bpsJun. ZUIRt- =- SerIal 551451151 a copy op's
    r bettor
    .l.I.t ;; ridge V lOse dvSlSl. house bottled on Plaintiff or Plaintiff Anurneya,
    1WU.. If fall eo I to dn,, .
    IT. Uk. \\'atllr odltS ,1l.JOlglIti I the abov daKTlljed proporty.u5Struolttrsies4. whoeo aame anil addreaa,. W Ootloavllrewer
    t i iii Hie f ** Hm im-- ** *i i ** *ii lii *+ 96 FORD 2 door, cap/ .|M aeeo. .at entered a IMcn*agalnat Pro Conies you fur the will relleldnmandwl n 18. TItle of wopor .GPTI1Jx6" 33. atau'eaddreu Together; with *. HmiHnil. sOC ..*....' A wniie. -
    Improvement unw and .hereafter TH I u.Mile, not laktrthan '
    ii Lakeviefir. In Ui* Complaint. Thin 6Ood at ahoflU Ji.TohttS : a* aaM la "" fUlureeltahed Jose* JO, mu4,nn'I.u; IS ISO
    butt la lo fomloa I a DinriKng*; The n. A bUVI ;thun4tr: .uTlowtr u 0 au.1'It: vat. .UereM, d.II' 'all renn.tknuea :. .a, a thor* Pro Confoaawill' ha

    II Ford 1902 FORD pick-up. Long whl'f'I'base. Teal Anl property iilook proceeded A, Vetlrr agnfnHt lilraKutilen I lat Instrument\ Morse .5"v*t rstI. ,16.tit' pr_eda, and proflla *... entered ;agitlnM: you toP: the; l'iIIofV
    McCotter 13. "
    excellent condition ISO and ) eruln* and amrn* from aaldpremieaa demaniled. la lIme noaiulalnl. TM*
    tfeUlon 1, according tolh Ooddeaa E7-1Yn)6PPY IIO
    20. Fathtrf J.. bTt.rP!
    assume payments. 2672252. of Which ere In- still I* lo foreuluMi a most a *. 7h*
    plat thereof aa recorded In goat''. I9fILW0 Cornrtd J8.hl'id2Lw rtiided wlihln |5Ste "foregoing real prepenv prursesied *:ainet'' 1,1 I ILul
    Hat ilouk, III, | iag IM .pullllo ro- ... ... .
    kaliuhduinIhereefi Muhdlvlelon
    BobyL JenfrluKton Hid th* K4, Hamilton -
    LET ME sell your cr or boat,. fmi nf. Hravard I County, FlurTogether : %J I i3on. i- It ti -; 10'I&/ : ,leo all gen, lIPId 50- loll No. t, accwrdlnirilor :I
    Browning Auto Sales, 267-1520. hi. ''eetrli', : water an.r other healing (ha Plal thi-Muif.; aa re ori
    FORD DEALERUSED with all etruoturei and hereafterun sn,5Impr.nin.nI. al. ,- 0 r nekklnir, refrigerating, IlKhtlnt.rlumWng ed In Plat float U ..ge U.Ih e">

    1958 4 DOOR Slmca, $242. 2676226'after 1 aald land" new and fixture attach i .11-1 : : Ventilating, I Irrlnllo.aisi I : publlit reran)* af llrvanlounty <
    S .. tIme 1 pnwvr ayntemo, Klnrlda y
    p.m. ihereloi' also all atom Ii V (I V, paylloeei. flxturea, and anpurMtannea W1TNKM: my hand. and anal .(
    elm"trio, water. and nthir heating, S3. Auctions ,, I ; : I whlrh. nAy IrS nr may aald Cnu.I.1 Ttluavlll FrevaMCounty.

    58 VOLKSWAGEN with 99 reconditioned cooking;, 'rerlgrailnir. ,Irrlgallng lighting: ,, 80. Potttry- w. "ic 110 r hereafter pertain In nr he iienl I Florida, VUU ntk. day' M
    engine excellent plumbing venlllallng, making 1 ftIN '.lib,1 In, nr on aald. premleea, May, IWIICt

    condition. Call 267-0156. and I"r:: fixture eyatem: ,and mHchlne appur.Ienan'el artlu 16 I I oven slelackakla.St though .they ba detarhedar Clrrk KTlaR.nf the. BARNM circuit CourtIortvari

    whk now ara or stayhereafter 26.d6) piktlts' .1.. Ce tka h'.h..t' sodsn.t County. Florida
    MODEL Ford tractor,' pertain I to or IM u edwith minus 7 a. bidder for ratio al II a'cloi I IA .|lIp V. I. MpaoglerDeputy f
    good condition and five foot Harrow In, or on ald premliea detached, TaperIng" / /; II / M. on Ih. 1.1th: day of June IM'.' Clerk. '
    .v.. though they b* kt'lk. .Front Door nf the HravaNCounty (COURT SEALS
    $605 cash. 267-1983 after S' :
    or detachable.Together .;) June & II t* 1.,1.1 1M4.MOTK
    t?:: zS 0 Courthouse In Tlluivlll. _May n. ,
    p.m. with th. following Item of 88 .. \,
    property. which ara looatad In and d Florida.ClrRTIN R. BAnNKtt, Clerk 'K OF .aAl.K .
    : 60 METRO coupe J50 permanently Installed aa a part of SOJantot:: 2-, ,,0 nf the Circuit Court Nollca la hereby given that purauaal -
    57 English Ford 150 'tha $improvement on said land! Byi V. Silennlerflepltty t* the Final leoeoa af Fori.pliMiir .
    On* ((1)) Weatlnghouea; : DrnnlnKtove rum : 19 :.7 30 il Clerk enlereil In th. c.Ue. ". .
    J CARs 57 Mercury hardtop 175 Model KTIIKIAt familyJO.ItsJlon 7 1 (COURT URAL:) Ion In Ih* circuit Courtnf lha

    54 Dodge sedan 100 One. ((1) Klectrend: Heeler, MoilnlRR24 Q : 7 sT 7': !1r ,4"L, QRIDLRT: ANpAttorneya Ninth Judicial' Circuit In and far
    59 Rambler 4 door 395 : {r. M Hrevard County' Florida" la Chakxerv
    river :
    On. ii) Elertrcnd Heater, Mmlel' for Plaintiff No. 17 M4 th* unili-r.lgned
    56 Ford pick-up 295! lOin D2aWITNESS Bonitanat. rw sit '7 nT n no North' Caurl lIned Clerk will| sell the properly' ellualld\
    I BROWNING AUTO SALES mv hand sail. Ih. nest nl 23.: Churchcalendar font OffIce SItS HIM In .I llfo' ill-bribed nal '.
    4111I Hopkins 2671520Wanted this Court at Tltuavllle Florida, 1111.lath ( Orlando, Florida Lal' Mlork Ml, Hoplat of
    EXTRA CLEAN NEW CAR TRADES : "day of May A.D. 1U04. : : 1040 May 11II (Fell) UM.IN 1.ulal\ thru XI', Ulmk UU in.-
    Court deal) JtTofMter} .z lion I), HherwiHNl Park Mubdly.I.Ion .
    Cuitla R. Barnea Clerk with 104l- 74T THK ( IHfl'IT l'lat'ssl'or I TH* aa rminriled.I'p'I'lal 'HookLIS
    1963 .BIRDThis 1962 CHEVROLETBeautiful By V. a. MiianglerDeputy stitches r t5tlIi .lt'lIlll 'aS, C list'! IT. It Page: t, of I Itec-f
    J- Clerk 15511 OliN snevaisso 5105010. orda of llrevard Couaty, Florida.
    OLD COINS also gold paying May IK 22, 2., June a (Fri.) IM. 10 Custom "i9IN i'Iinlsofo .
    :._ Together, with all .tructure. aMImprovemenla
    Bold new by us Impala 2 door hard. 12c each for Indian Held cent. .UM
    car was and b.rnafteeeulti
    TilE': lIMIt IT 'I'IIT' IN "550 It" ISlE (IM< liT I'III' kT laP THKMNTII SIP 1111.11I now
    and traded In on a new Lincoln. top. Hat all the extras. It's a AM 3C87.. M>TirK': OK IXTKMTIOM' Tl> nail ftbkf.11. tot NTt t'1."M. Jl hail HI. ( Ihl'I'IT U.t.Ubll" A. F COTTIIKUL and GRACE la ml. .and (.luturea attached
    III'UIIITIoM': : KICTITIIM: NAMK Ik' ASS )lIb 5150.Y.tKls thereto, and all rent.
    The miles are low. Look this 'lovely light blue with matching In tornplleoo with Houi Bill asiA ril %\('KKV.': IOlTV.' CUTTRHLL, hIs wlf rialntiffi wed*, and profit nor;'UJI'.r.r.a..u. :
    I Wanted To Buy NO. 1179. Chapter Number 1WU, IX IMAM'-' POSY NO. MaltNIMH from said premleoa, all ttf
    Interior. TANK NO. liail v..
    over at only .
    Lawn of FlorIda Atm' of 1941 thaunderalgnrd K lIP MirFKDKRAL which sea lanluileil wilbIs I". foreguliig -
    i will regleler with I hi, THE BRONX .*VI NOB TUNIC a NATIONAL MORTOAOS p. R. rANNIN and MAuLS FAN.kIlN de4rlpllon I and Iho habondun

    5I1995nIY.$ USED AUTOMOBILES City Alto Clerk of Sits circuit Court In Bn. corporation onanlletl. sod .>IMIn.|| ) AHHOCIATION a cnrlinr. : hla wIfe l>of.ndanllNOTICR ibereiif, ; alia all get. .team, eletlrhj. ,

    $$3595 Part AM T3CM.Wanted yard County, Florida, upon iwelptof undvr the l Itwa of New York Plaintiff, lion organlaed and, enl.ilnj underan I. hereby given. that water, and other keallna, looklna: ,
    proof .r publlo.tlon of thIn refrigerating.;, lightingplumbing I ,
    .. Art of Congreia pureuanl In th* "",oU.hI I. Final' l>eoree of Foreolnour
    nnllu, th* fnllnwlni fli'tltlom .. Aaaoo.latlnn ventilating, Irrigating, air. c*>-
    yd rBl National Mortgage and Isle' entwreil In oauM
    Jp Rent nam. ( .wItf' Tllu.vlll Ho<,ifln ( ARTHUR F. vOl800N imsmsr'sled Charter Art having Ita principal numbered. tlIn\ the circuit Cuur( dltlonlng and power >,.1.105. mach
    ; and Bmodlln. Conpanyuodcr *t .1.! Vrf andante.15ITlf5 nfl)..-. In SIte City of Wanhlngtun of Itrevard County, Florida, I wIllsell Inn, appllanoea' fixture and ape

    MIDDLE AGED couple wanta 1 which nmodellnt I am at.n'HiM Tltuivlll In roofing. riiirlda and, or stirTOll Dlntrlcl of Cnlunilila. Plaintiff County lIla nVorrlbed property! ; illuat aaiH'gln In Rravan plllrtanaattl perlsin, I1I",w :....; oa mehereflee I

    bedroom apartment or duplex. and that lha .nd..I.n.d !I. the STATS (IK KI.OHIDATO with In on or annul aald premtena.even .
    vaJOHN -
    7'Work only person Intemtml In sold but- : A1ITIIIIH F. l'::(::( rHu. PltOnCEWiiITrOItD soIl at lila Norlkweat. earner though thor b* detached. *r
    No children qr pots. Call .. Lot No 4 Neo.
    I..'... You are kerehy a of Uovernment eI.t..I.. at puhllo isle, to tie
    1.WPII'rFOID wISe
    7847. Tltuavlll Florida"' hIp suIt baa been lied aialnil\ you aol """ hIs linn III Tnwn.hlp Ill/: Unuth "llh..1 and .beM lllelt'.r' 19mm oseb. at
    ..D day 4.a'M A D. 1W4. auRlnal I Helen W EllIs, formerly' ("If any) that Hinge at Kaal, i hence aouth oaIh hIllS o'clo.k Neon an the 10Ib .lay.
    You '
    \Vanted hubert H. Jefferson HaIr Uilireen,' If llvlnn, and her lull haa ar been. .r.r.ct"ol. agalnat: a Want line. nf naIl Lot 4, a af Jose, IM4 at the Kaal front door
    May 14, S>, 91 luna a IP'rI.1) 1M4. Unknown UPOUM, If marrlwl, ..ndIt and seth of I. *0eakutenn.you dl.tance: of itail feel to a Cotllna of th* Ii river 4 County Court ho..wIn
    deail, her unknown helri, nevliieea, you t'oirt. then,'. Ra.l parallelIn Tltuavllle, FloridaCUHTm .
    |1..1... or araniaea and all other tilled ranee and that you are rereepnnalva MarUt line of .aId Lot 4. a B. BARNRM
    DAYS WORK own transportation .
    gulped III fli. veer an.. or sihee
    dl.lanc of 04070 feel to
    claluinnta clalinlna by ihrough, under a oonoreia Cl.irk .( the circuit Court
    267-13C3 after S p.m. i'd" Till'' ('IRfI'IT ('OI'NT IN .urn or agalnul *al,1 Jefenlaett.:i and pleadlnga with the Clerk pleat na the Meat right nf U, V, H. KpanglerIhpuly
    '.ON .IIN"Abll ('OIN'ft. Fills.JisA all other prraani clilmln any slabs, of Ibm Court and lo aerv* a, copy way (Ilna nf mat, Hoad Nil, 6, Clark
    LABORER WANTS work. What till. antI lnt.r..l In antI' lo lha Defendanta' "being It.I n. Highway Mo I. COURT URAL)
    have to do. 267-3963. I'a UUItY 5n501JAMSa properly" beinv foN.rl..*iil In Ihl"* FrAYS or FLORIDA Iheau Houlhea.lerly I along laid MayM (FH.) 1M4.
    C.' IlAOlCht aull. and Tha Pint National I II.nk ; K.al p1 Itt .r woo I lips a ISIs- -
    hour week. tl.lnllff.! of Miami a national banking corporation and Wlim-OHD hlawife I esoen, 0154 Sect Soaronerelapoll ,, 'foiIM; i ;r'Tin ."ItpIII" ;:;
    HOUSEWORK day, or .. aa Defendant, In the shove re.l'ienee lIt any), thence lOad: parsIlel''C. Ia 0 115f510L5 IllIfo i'I.llSSO' '
    '" Own transportation. 267-3423. DORA P ItAti'ltR'! and entitled oauiiai awl thai you sri I unknown. North Line I : of nld I Lot No. a 5' of' 511,11 .tSaa .ksnnvlatstaSb
    500'1This .:..- CORA IUS. HAukR. .: bin wIfe hereby required to fll. your annwerwllh thereof upon lha I'lalnllff or Plnln.UH' dlitaac of SKI It feel to a con A PORTION OF A DRASNAIISAMIPttTlI.1TY
    60 FORD IN" THE ClltrilT; 'Ot.T: OF THR' Icfnnene.NISTIf'S $ : lha Clerk: of thla court, and to Attorney, whoa Sims and i-r.i poll Point of lieglnnlng, I ICAII lell leNT JJATla:
    MMH JIIHIIAL UIK1HKT./ |NAND OF III IT .*... a rosy thereof upon lbs fluln ..111...* la I Crofton, Mrawer A. Hoiir eaut baralle) to North lln* nf.elil ON Title WEST BO FEET: OF LOT
    HK HHKVAKII ('1)1'NTT. ; TOl DORAN ... MAORR and tiff or Plaintiff' attorney whownama lanI Flnhda. tile Palm AvnOea. Tliuavllle. Lot 4. a dl.tanca of :3IHIfeel II, Hl.OCK S, CATALINA 1MI8k.NTATK
    ( IMNtKHT<: Mr. IM7fCHAH1KH COM Bl'K HAUKR hi. wife and addrena' lai, SmIlli: Kllliit: not Isles' than June C. 10114. to a concrete plot Ihenc,. : t'NIT' II ACCORDINO
    KDKN a/k a HKRKHV NOrlPIKU; yua laU III d. e0. a It"" ... Pr.Centr.pe Mouth HO feel to ('oltr.1I I Avenue
    local 4 door car has VI C JtfNKINI; YOU AUK and Kckwalbe, 61 J Barnelt Nallonal TO TillS FLAT THEHNOF: RkVCOHDKI
    CHARlES: IcDICN: and MAUAE51 that a suit for apeclflo performano Hank llullillng. V.onvllle I, riornfe.o wIll h. ontered a alonl thunc Weal 1111I feel 10 an Iron ) IN PLAT HOOK *
    radio and heater and beautiful 1t" 895 II. JvNKINI. "I. ..Ir.. h.. been filed asalnat you In lha 1 Ida 1 sot toter (Ills Juse PS 15114.If you for the relief demanded, In thaonmplalnt. Pine, thence North lo a illlane .- PAtIO 4t, PimllC; RRroRDie! : J
    clean white Interior. Our shop I'lalnUtt.. Circuit Court of Ihe Ninth JudHalFlorida' reIn rail to do eO. liecren 1"11 This Poll I. la Inraoloe of DO 1.I.a: :. point ofbe FLOHIDATO !
    has serviced this car since new. .. ('Ircait In and rot 8..01 (busty will. ha entered again you a morlgag. Th* real property proceed 'lenhig, being land In llov1. ICJt.1IATYC! KHNl
    o' I W. P. READ at al. antllled JAMKg C. HAdKltlPlHlnllff .. for the relief dmanilad In tna 1 agalnat lai eminent: Lot 4, Mxclloa It.Tnwn.hlp 1 HellOS I. hereliy given that p''''-
    I Defendaala.kOTirR V*. DORAN P. HAUKHanil : complaint. Lot Kl,o.rlp.k CO .Motion O, :28 Hiiiiih, Itiina ''il Hint I lo .Mention WHIUI, Florid.
    OF ansi CORA Milk JIAUEH. bIn wife, The nature *f ..101 pull beIng for r mihdlvlidiin.I a* Kaili, together with all alruol- Hl.tutei 1MB, Ihe Hoard of County
    TOl W. P. READ and Defendant, Chanuery No. 211271. oretlo.ur. of mnrtiaf recorded In reuonlod In PInt llook III pag urea, Improvement flnluron, Commuieliinera of llrevanl Caunly,
    FALCON 1960 RAMBLER READ hi. wife K .live and You are .hereby required to _.. Vol. 269. Pan 10 7, nf the nfriilnl 132. of Ih* Pulillo llmurda ofllrevard appliance, and autiurten.nnea. Florida, adopted a Heeulutlon o*
    1962 If dead hla her or their mi a copy of your ...w., or other Record of llrevanl I Count,. riorlila County: hti Florida, on aalil land or need In voajutiitlon lbs Slot diy of May. IIM4 cloalni,
    and seal nf
    knows hun, 01..1...*, fraatai.lgneea written defentea to Ih* Complaint lbs deacrlpllon .( the properly urnreeded WITNESS sy therewith.: vanallng, and .....,llInln. certain
    an., llenor., oredllori filed herein upon CARL O NWAN- ...In.1 heini .. rnlluwa: All pall' Courl al Tlluevlll. Hrevard at public paIn, la lIla hlghext and, drainage' and utility eaumenl I lallrevard
    2 door with low miles. This car Custom 4 door station iru'toea and other p... MON .Attorney for th* Plaintiff that certain prapartyslIeI.pntl. ( ,,ll5tf, Florida, thIs I.Mh day of beat hid d.. fur ra.b at the Item nf County, Florida, dt>aurlbe4
    wagon. .on. natural I or arllfliilal, and to file the original theraiif In brlnn In Hrevnrrt County, rioilila, May, IM4. .Rrevard County CourthouM In '
    will give extra good /gas mile. Has automatic with radio and cliilmlng by through under or Ihr rifflf. of th* clerk of 111* circuit more partliularly deacrlned. aa fol41. ('!lIITII R. DAIINKH Tltuivllle, Florida at llioo, A.M. on "The'Na't'sT feet of the. Went I IK,
    heater. A bright red with Mack ...In.1 tb. abov. named. 1),. Court Af llrevard County, Florida low., Clerk nf th. Circuit: CourtMre.anl June I 15 111411.WITNESS Lot 13 1110.11 5, ('AT-
    age. Well worth the money at and white upholstery. Silling li-niliint.. or either o( them, aid on or .befora the lib day of .' INDIAN HIVRItIIKIOHTIf I County, Flotilla my hand and seal Ihl.Circuit 1.\N1\ 151.0, IO0TAT1CI: t'PdITII

    only for all peraona having nr claiming June, A D., 111I;(. UNIT ONK. a ooriiIna lly V. IC. DnanglerDeputy lII.b 1 Snv ,,S I.l 111144 cording I* Ih* ,I.. hereof
    only any Intarnt In ar to the following HKRKIN FAIL NOT or a Decree lo Ih* plat thereof recorded. Clerk ('I : )IAI(74OI. 5. recorded In I'lalJllok IS,
    ; dcacrlbed land* In Bra- Pro Confeiao will h. entered agammyou In Plat Oonk *1, loge 4?. Puh- COURT BK.AI.j Cl.ERl: KII" Isle 47 Public llaitordi nf P...-
    yard County, Florida for tha relief prayed for In lla Heoorda of Uravard County, M.y 15, 22. an. jfuna S (r.I.1> I'M! !. V. P. paopler: va rd County, Florida. .
    $$1095 $$195 North H of Lot I and all cf ..1" Complaint' Klnrlila., sold land allunle, lying ----- Deputy: Clank Let lhl noll.ie b* published oae
    Lot 7 through 11 Inolu.lvn tifItlock DONK' : AND ORDRRKD: ': al Tlluavlll and helm. In Irevard County, II THK': 'UI''Tt' it 1'1'':'" ( Court Head lime Within thirty days following
    T of KKAD and ALLKNM ., Florida, thIs 71 h day of MayA Plnrlila.Tontlier. IIMNT HNKtANII: 0 IINT> HARTOO a WOLFMAN th* adoption I of Ih* Reaolutlnn In
    --- $..JlUI Via ION, according to tha D 10114.couivr with all alrunluriK and M.IIHIII4. Attorney (nr Plaintiff I Icaue of a of generalvlreulntloa
    ---- --- Plot thereof a* recorded In Plat ( KRAUCTRTm Improvemenla now end h.... M fit K Tl ( BKIMTOHH: IU Derby MlreeiCaoaa one ,,ibllebeA, In lbs Tnunll.J1ARNR .

    hook I. al Page Itt of lb. Public R BARNFJH: a Vier.n.n, Id land and fl.>tureaattachad In ri rSntaie ofHJAIJMAH Florida ibIs Ihe Get JM da ,,f N.y. 1110I4.
    Record of Hravard County, ClERK; OF TUB'] CIRCt'lT' thereto, and all ...,to. IOIINKONDeiieaeed Hv ai.nu.v: WolfmaaMay ('(IIITIN it. *:
    ,1962 CORVAIR 1961 PONTIAC Florida. COURT for BHKVARDCOUNTT I iMue*, prnoeedK, and nrnflt an.crulnc in (IFrI ) IIHI4. Clerk of lISa Board of ConnIf
    You, and each of you an hereby FLORIDA and ... aouru. from aald, TO A 1,1. CHKDITOIIM AND ALL Commla.lnnera of llreverdCiiu.iy
    notified that a Complaint baa been Byi V. *. HpangierDeputy premleea, all nf whli.h are Included PKHHONN' IMVINII CI.AIMN OHDKMANDlt I'". ISIS ('IIINIT ('III'bT III' tue1.55t5 Flnrldt'
    AUAINMT SAIl KM-': oIl''UL' 'III'I'IT' I"
    flli-d and agalnetFKANC Clerk
    agalnel you wlihln Ih* fiwrgiilnii (leirrlptlnn .
    This Monza haa 4 speed floor 4 door Catalina maroon and 'hi:.* It ALLRN: KLIZAHKTH!: ,May S, 15 J2, n 11',1.1 1MI4.II and lbs habnntfumthereof TATBlVou Ate, roaj HMICtAHIt "'iesTV, Max K yrl) 1WI4.

    shift radio and heater In /gold while V8 with standard drive.\ ALI.BN OTTRN FRANCkH: ALLKN 51 noalliap. steam, elaolrle and Path of you ar eerebynotified \'Ptllelllfo'.: I 5 J I W V "II'TIIR: rim 111'rl; H'fiTFSHlNIMTII
    P.LIKOEHOT end required lo Sly .IBrtltrrVV' NlA aapM j D- i IHIIIT 11Al
    Radio and heater. This car LIKI1KHOT! and JJKfUII. water and other heating, : iireaent dl '
    bucket leata. MATHKLLK ; lelmi aid atemsada whluh nr T3 KrtTim, nf HI-IT I a,I, 'ITf.ll .
    wllh her husband, conking, refrigerating llghllng, you. > FOW HHMANU I IM
    sela| for the low price of only MOIILTHV JKVKINH, III THin till!III TI' oIl'U'' ,: ; .. ventilating: ,'I IrrFgitlng: either or ya i, may bav agalnatIh MLOINM CHKICKISHIIOtlOll. V p >nlllt.IHINI '

    a/k/a MAlILK M. JeNKINS: and 'C'O'NT. I" "Nil J'UM 11"111'C1I1J"'Tt. and pow omnyaln ma, machine., eelale of HJalmar Jiihnaon, da- I'lalntlffVa. 'I IniciiARn: '' 'dl.,Ct. 175011SIITPI
    $$1495 KHTEU.A: BELL, and If "be b. "I.O.IP". appllnaeea, flMture, and. appurlenanref naaed, leSs .f Hravard County, I JI: n. .001,5CJtARl.Eb
    $$1095 married, -VV, her hu.lund I. PkOBATK.: whlih sow aro or maybereaftar Florida. to Ik. Honnrabl. Virgil II. FHKDKniCK, : CHRRHRIinoirnif.Drfendanl! : V. CII1UIoLMKII'lalDUtf;
    lb. Circuit Court In and for tt,.. IN HEr pertain 'lo, or ba anti| ('o.,. lIn.. County Judg at Hravard .
    yard County Florida, ..hl I. .ds.obov. herein. Th "KINO, even hough. they b* d.lanh.il, ar .'. I in Ihe County Courl lloun. In ; LANS1rEY
    Plaintiff sonic I th. qulellug of Illln no..d. detarhahle. lirovard Coualy, Florida within whoee lt known. reildenn Detesdat.
    real property ahova deaorlb- JIIOTI('. or rIUHI rilTurss': WITNKMM mr hind anil Ihe seal sIn I ral.ndr menlhi from Ihe dale ,I. unknowD'' Nollo" la hereby given lhal pun
    1959 CHEVROLET I960 Sn1lb.. visit "I" ". itis( 14111110: upAN of ..lil Court. at Tltuavllto, Klorl.la. nf Ih. fIrst pullllc'a"on hereof. NOTICR IM HBRKIIT OIVKNlhal auaat lot Final Deere of Furaflo*
    Q "BUICK You ar* hereby required la fll* iI.P.A5V AI) IIM''TK 'TI, IITH Ihla 141h day of M.v A I). IIW4ClIRTiaj hid ulalma nr demand la oonl.ln a Complaint for Dlvorra b.. ur* dated May Wlh: 1W4. and eklered <
    your defeanea to Iho ahova lull with WHOM IT MAY CONCKKNl: K. HAKNKM, ClerIc nfth I". legal, addraaa of lb. aald claimant .been filed agalnat you hv she nlaln-. In ('hon..." Ca. No. 27'I"B' *l
    the' Clerk of lb. above alylrd Court JI"Mlc" I. hereby flven that I, Circuit Court and lo ba worn In and pnenied tiff In. Ih. .kv* elvletl. Court aid Inn Circuit Court af the Ninth
    Cool cool air conditioning plus This LaSabre hard top has had and .to ..r vane.|'y of .me uponCKOFTON JOHN W. WKI'OOH. JR. have NFl V. II. KpangUrOeputy, aa aforeaald, ar aam will b* you ama hereby reoulreil la arrveanpy a Judicial Circuit In and for Krevari
    liREWRK: HOLLAND filel m" fInal mlu.n. .. Anrlllnry Clerk barred af V eurann wee and pleading, County, Florida. wherein CharleaV
    all the other extras. Green and the bent of care. It's beautiful P. O. Box lIla Tllu.vllle, Admlnlalratnr of She Kalal of MIU. irol'HT ftKAI.) Math IS, 11 4. upon th* plaintiff paltorteyn' Cegelekl I I. plaintiff' and Klik.I

    white are the colon. Only blue finish shows it. It can be Florida, Attorney for Pl.lntlff., IKKI W. KINO. IMceaeed: that I May 15, K, 2V, Inn I (I'rl.1) 1M4. */ Agn. CoupleadRiecutria KNI.LMY, PTItKUU MAHKIN, sri ingley I la defendant, I will sell
    yours for only on er btfor June I. IIM4. Herein hive filed my Petition for final din.rhorin nf the l.ael Will P. O. Hoi HWI, Ku O.llle. Florida I. Ih* hliheel ant .beat bidder' for
    fall not or a Deer. Pra Confmo and that I will apply" 10 Site and Tealamenl of lljalmarJnhnaon and fIle th earlllnalaan, wnr or eaih al. the pant front door of Braevard
    will be entered' ...In.1 you Honurshln Virgil II .ConklIng. pleading In th* offlu of th* Clerk' County Courlhouaa In Tliufvllle
    $$1095 IN WITNKBH WHEREOF I hay County Judge of Drevard County Ilf TIll 'I.CIJIT: COIlS/ slY SIPS e/ ;. William 1 WoodaonAttorney of the ', Tjluavlll*. I Florida at thou am. an Ills
    $$1295 Ml my band and afflied my cfflcialaeal Florida on She lOIS dy of June NI"'TII' 01"1"( UL 0 PattI I" for Petitioner. Florida. :: or Ib.r. ,: Ihe bilk: day hulk day of June. \IM4 Ih* following

    at Tltu.vllle, Bravard Couaty, into, for approval of the aanw sRi ASIa r"M N5SSli fsstJNTW. P. O. Hog lilt( of June, IIW4. If you fall\ ti do ao, deeorlbed property, to-wlli, '
    Florida' I thin 7tn day of May A. ft.1M4. for final: disth edna, AncillaryAdministrator : KIIIHIIIA. ( H" ""KKHV .0. 11510 Kiu Oallle, FlorIda a Deere Pro (ConfHo will h* takanagalnil Lot S and the Weal M feel of
    of th* E.lat of Mildred 1'NITKI etOKTQAOKtl: IICRVIC. May JJ. M Jane S, II ,1',1.) 104II you for th* relief demanded l.ol 1, Hlock SI. Oraveo Plat of
    COURT URAL: W. Klnr. derraaed INO CORP In Ihe Complaint.Thli : Melbourne Reach ae found recorded .
    CHEVY PUHalf CURTII R. BARNR Dated this tIlls day of May, ll 4. PlalatKf, TIPS ('111'1TVNIITK dS'lIfiY'S011CR : notice shall be auhllihedonue In Plat Hook t. Page W.puhllo .
    1962 1963 CHEVY PULong Clerk of tha Circuit Court JOHN' W. BrRlIUOe JR ? iseptnAaii<: I'lIfliTI, a week for four, fi) eoneeo- record of Breve fdCoualy
    Jlr...'" County, Florida ANCILLARY ADMINIHTRATOROF HAROLD O. wittla, .t U, at al. I".IIIUII'. alive weeke In Ih. THuevlll MlarAdvoeal Florida.
    Byi Bertie Hall THE'] ESTATE OF MILDREDW. Defendanla.AMKunrn 'R TO (fRrOITOR '*, Tlluavlll. Florida.DONE Dated thle sum day af May. U4
    Ton Deputy Clerk. KINO. NOTICE or all' I... ret Estate 01HICIUJICRT and ORDrRRD I. Cham- Turtle N. Bariee "

    Box May a. U. 2%. M (Frl.) I.... May.!:.!li. .2J. M..'<.':"I.I_1M4. IN .HDHTOAUK KOHKI.I..... HK B.. LOWE, here, In Tltuavllle, Florida, tbli nib Clerk of Ih. Circuit Court
    -:- Tot hobart Hrun Molleman and Deceaaed day of May. 1W4" Byi V. II5Oanleeflepntly
    $ $ $ $ $ $ $ on. II Hollem.n, han wIfe TO A I.I. CREDITORH AND AM.PKRMONII C'HTI' R BARNRf Clerk
    $$1395 $$1595 RIIIIDI'JI'ICIC!: : WU. TIptoe Lana / HAVINO CLAIM* lilt Clerk of th* Circuit Court COURT URAL)
    .. Ale nan.lrlo, Virginia OKMAMOU: AOAINMT MAID KHTATHl By V. 5n.nler005ilty flay I* (Frl.) 1M4.
    V You a.. hereby notified thai s Clerk *! fit: 401 n or TiirMINTN
    V Complaint .. (onlo* a curtain COM, and ...11 *( yu ,ar* ...... ff'OLIRT ) TiiKriii*l'IMI'Ml. I IM< I IT. 554
    OK BUYS! mWla.. encumbering" the followingdeeorlbed by aollflod aid required to retirement Map 10, Lta. J22.! m) 1114 Awls rnn HKKV .tm> KM' T*,
    I real properly' lo-wlli any claim sad demand whlih
    l.te.Rataua you, or either of you may hate "uTIC' elY I"TP.'TIOII' YIP 51.51510*
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    rordeil In .. oeaMid, lata of HrevardCoiiaty I. complIance with llouaa mil
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    1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 door hard top, V8 automatic Plat. Hook M, page 13' puhllo Florida, .. Ike Honorable. No. lilt Chapter Number' totftt ROBBHT LOUIS OWRNDEB PlalnitfDefend, (
    "p Virgil H. rtaklla County. Judge .( of Florida, Acts of IMI, Ike
    Wheel Drive Camper _.,.. o( ",..a.d fount' rior l.awi "
    4 transmission radio and heater power steering, Ida. Hravard County' Flurt... and (II. underilgaed. will regl.ier with tb* : ANNR OW'N
    *. Ii... keen filed ag.ln.t you la Ih* Ihe Mm In bla .0k.! > la th* CoualyCourt Clerk of th. Clroull Court la Dre- **!
    $$1195Over power brake Beautiful light green with white top shave. ayl4' suIt, aad you arc re- Hau. la) Hmvard Coualy. card County Florida, upon. ) receln Tot
    $$895 clean quimed ..rs a ..pv your An' Florida within' oil raleadar moath af proof of piiblloatloa of thInnokv DM Ann OweaMl .
    runs and drives like new. This exceptionally ., aver ': ether Pleudlne :: (he Cost.p15151 frem th* dal of th* drat a, ellluia the following SldlIlolesame t, lien IMUulacy. \
    *. laIntIff'nalleeeeys. ,. Hereof mId alalai* ar .... la-will Rock Oarden Mure .
    used car is priced at only {$2695.. ANI>ERHOIK, Kl'BH DKAN ataad 1.i1"no" legal. addr* ore under whlek I am nagl In. You sri .hereby Waahlngtoa notified that a

    To Look Over! 4. I.OWNDKg.: tit Colt Central Houlavard of th* ( and lo ba Nureery at Tll.evlll Florida, sad Complaint for dIvorce baa keea
    An Acre of Cars ... Ie aad .reanl il ( .nllerOIgsRi I th
    Orlando Florida, a.' file it* .w. aa er- lhal the only lied agaln.l you aad you see r**
    1962 CHEVROLET H FORDOR, 4 cylinder, straight orlglaal, A..... or other. Pleading aid, or **im will be 'barred.May .person Intereetad la eald buala.eeaDated ulrd to serve a copy of a*
    ',. I* Ik. .fdo .( lila Clerk of the M ,.... at Tltiiavlll Florida, Ml Pleading In th* lm"If.. ,
    and heater. A ] nice clean car priced ,7 1. William "' .nel... M... A.U. IM4.U. ewer or .
    drive radio .real Circuit Court .. or before Ik* SIb. M dv o on SIne .Uo,.... .John A>
    day .( lu.. I...*.. If you fill lo do Kierutor o/ aba. Mel will aadTnlament T.aII.rZ Read. lias Palm Drlv. Eal' OalIe( .
    at $1393. A-, to djxrree pro coafeeaa will >. of Herbert H. .LAW May 29.: It fY40.) 1M4 Florlila. and file Ib. ....1.....* A a-
    l.kea you for Ik* relief d*> aVJ. wnii.ai Wodoai ewer er pleading In tba alflaa af
    ...n .d the Complaint. WillIam Woadcoa Circuit C aurtas arkefora
    i Ford !I. real estateto the Clerk nf '
    MCCotter Thla Noitco shall .b* publlh.4 Attorney at Law If you have: Ih* 1Mb day af June IM*.
    >> : : ._ S week (nr lour connocutlv P. O. Bo. IllS If you fall to to .*, judgment ky
    Ja/t Chevrolet vIrile la tko. TIliMTlll Itar-Adv Fan Oalll/ Florida sell or if you are default. will ..* takea agalnat. you
    _May n. June i, U. It LI1)1104. for lbS relief denaad.d I* '....
    TRADE IN DIVISION DATED tItle ItS day of May, 11 4. rental l < choice real 1 : '
    L4d I.*. USED CAR DEP ARTMENT 4. COCKY MKAI.I I It you have oofynjor) 4.'r'KTlI: II. RAMMER:

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    1-. TNuevllfe (Fbrida) .,-Ah..... Friday, May 29, 1964I City two months ago asking themto Citrus
    Install such In the library Brevard Menial League

    Indian River South Tifuiville Happenings' opinion building.that The the meeting City,was being of tho the
    June 1The 2
    owner of the, library building, Health AssnlReorganizes Meeting

    I should bear Die cost of Installingthis

    item, a i a capital expenditure 33rd annual meeting of
    Young Pianist Wins Talent ShowStanton rather than an operational the Indian River Citrui League

    cost will be held at the Community

    The last Item coming before The Brevard Mental Health Building.:, In Vero Beach, Tuesday -
    year-old son June 2 ,at 10
    Candy this meeting was an Intimation Association has recently reorganized a.m.
    of Mr and Mrs John Candy of by Col. Boshoff that, after seven dividing the County 4 4 4aP Important Items on the agenda
    Coral Roud, won first Include the annual report of the
    620 Key years of work at this library, ho into threw sections, North, Central
    prize last Friday night at the had decided not to seek reelection and South. From each sec League and the election of the
    9th Grade Sponsored Talent next September when new Board of Directors for the ensuing
    lion twelve Board Director
    Show at Parkway Junior High.: officers would be elected year.Preeent .
    members have been elected with
    officers and director
    School! Stanton, a 7th grader,
    a Vlce-President from each sec West Palm
    won $10 first prize for a piano Stvdtntt' Variety el Interests are:
    tion. Beach, Chairman of the Board;
    Solo "Moon River. The morning group of StageI The Directors elected from the Paul Robertson, Vero Beach,
    He Is a student of Jake Han students at Coquina Elementary !:
    him North Brevard area are, Mrs Vice-Chairman; R, C. Brady, Tltusvtlle -
    ncmanii and has been under School have been studying
    harry C. Miley, 3rd Vice President President; J. J. Par-
    for Previously Stanton the United States a different
    a year. with Ray Ledford, Mrs rish, Tituivllle\ and H. H. Willis,
    was In the Miami Conservatory State each day. The State Capital
    Randolph Nunnally, Rev. Ed- Sr.. Fort Pierce, Vice Presidenta;
    of Music atudylng for 8 years Flower and Bird are learn
    ward Norman, Mis. R. S. Con- C M. Scraphine, Vero Beach,
    This is the first contest he has ed and also what the State Is .f
    Icy, II. E. Allen, Mrs Chas J. Secretary-Treasurer; and M. R.
    he famous for
    Some art experienceshave
    won. When grows up
    Theodore Sauer. Buckalew, Executive Vice-Preal-
    Morley, Mrs
    professional been chalk, drawing and
    want to be a
    dent. Other directors are. Marshall
    toothpick letters back, Richard Simonet, Mrs.
    pl.mist Donald Thompson, F. P. Lud-- Barnes, Robert W Graves,
    The afternoon
    the Stage I quest
    the Clarinet In
    He plays
    Alex Ryburn and Randy Sexton,
    students have just finished their wig, Rev Thomas E. Ream.
    Band of Parkway
    Intermediate Vero Beach Walter A. Dun,
    c, The June of the Bre- ;
    Junior High, and next year, ho 1> bts ', study of snakes by constructingone meeting IN GRADUATING CLASS, Cadet W, C Alexander, Jr. Ralph Hays, Anthony Scotto and
    vard Mental Health Association -
    will be In the Advanced Band. 's about twenty feet long. Their Titusville (left) son of Mr, and Mrs. W C. Alexander, 1832 Hamlin Cornelius Van der Lugt!, Fort
    will bo held in ,
    John Candy, his father, has a poems are on display in Court and Cadet Ensign Russell F, Burr, son of Mr, and Pierce; Joe W. Michael, Wab-
    the night, June 17th, at
    Library and are excellent.At Wednesday
    business at Magnolia Plaza and Mrs. Wm. M. Burr, Fairglen Drive, will graduate from asso; J. V. D'Albora, Jr., Cocoa:
    this time, their Interest has 8:00 at the Citizens Bank Community
    has !ben here more than a year. Admiral Farragut Academy, a noted honor Naval School, Robert S. (Hill Merritt Island;
    switched to dinasaurs and they Room The public Is in
    Stanton has 2 brothers, age 19 are making booklets about them. vited. in exercises May 30, 1964, at 9.00; a. m. at St. Petersburg.Both and J. Cortlandt Flake, Mime

    and 9, and a sister, age 2. The Stage II group have explored boys plan to enter the University of Florida in The organizational meeting of
    the Board will be held later in the
    many areas, coins, myth. Probationer Held
    From Miami Stanton Candy at the piano ology, creative science fiction day.
    Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Poe of stories, modern "Math"" Historyof On Like ChargeJo Following the annual meeting;
    birth and was named Liesa Mi- Calllstcr, Danny Robinson, Ronnie AI Public LibraryThe
    Miami spent the weekend recently our Flag and soap carving Ann Zurbaugh, 1157 New Books of the League, three! other cit
    chills Mrs Anderson Is the former Pittman and Beryl Roblson.
    the home of his sister, : rus meetings are scheduled.
    at These small students are kept Martha Lee Ave., Rockledge,
    of Ginger Home of Indian River have Behind the Burma Road by First, three directors of FlorIda
    Mr. and Mrs. Frank busy all the time and are taught who Is on probation for forgery following new books
    They City Troop 370, Boy Scouts William R. Peers The Humor of Citrus Mutual will be elected
    124 Bermuda Avenue. how to think and act for themselves been received at the Titusville ; f
    and uttering forgery, was arrested -
    Troop 370, Joy: Scouts of Amer. from the Indian River .
    were very much Impressed with like Public Library, announcd Mrs Christ by Elton Trueblood; area.Present
    Wednesday on a
    Awards ica, had Its first meeting last Helmuth M. directors are J. R.
    Cape Kennedy and the growth Jean Swiddnskl: hbarlan. Wonder Drugs by
    Monday, May 2 th. charge Graves and J. J. Parrlsh, Jr.
    Marooned by Martin
    of this city. Linda Comparato, daughter of Attend Council bond AdultA ;
    Those She is being held without
    present were: Billy Con The caused by the deathof
    Girls by vacancy
    Caidin The
    Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Comparato of Rev. and Mrs Roy Forward of pending information from the of President ;
    rad, Ronald Wheelus, Walt Sa- Day In the Life Full A. B. Michael was not filled.
    From Ohio 20 Royal Palm Court, was honor 2G3 Stuart Avenue the Florida Probation and Parole The Elizabeth Bowen; Insuring
    o bins, Mike Minthorn, Gene Gay, attended Kennedy by Jim Bishop;
    Mrs Harry Shouse of 309 ed on Tuesday, May 20th at Steven Godwin and Jay Reginald 67th Council of the Christian and office. Rockwells' new complete book Employment by John H. O, Pier- Next, growers will\ nominate.
    Osceola Road, now visiting in Parkway Junior High School, son; Beyond the West Horizon four members to the Growers
    !. Scoutmaster Dick Woods, Missionary Alliance Church In Lt. Speedy DeWitt of the of Flowers Arrangement by F.
    Stsubenllle l l l Ohio, along She was awarded the American Asat Scoutmaster Ken Ahmle Columbus, Ohio. They stayed at Cocoa Sheriff's office, resting F. Rockwell; Taxpayers Hay by Eric C. Hiscock. Administrative Committee. From
    with Harry, called Virginia Legion Auxiliary Good Cltl/en Juvenile these nominees, the Secretary of
    and Perry Conrad, Jack Bevel the Dcshler Hilton Hotel and officer, stated the department ride, the Farm Problem from
    McClung from Steubenville. ship Award by the Tltusvill and Bob Webber, Institutional dally meetings! were held at tho has Information subject has the New Deal to the BIllie Sol The Tale of Two Mice by Agriculture.: will later name a

    Ohio, lost week repotting that Post No 1, American Legion representative, also were pres Veterans' Memorial Auditorium.Over floated checks In various areas Eatej Case by Julius Duscha; Beatlix Poller; She Loves me member and an alternate. The
    be the rest of the Auxiliary 1300 delegates registered present member is Hugh Russell
    tat .
    they may gone J : when Com Robert
    of tins county, sometimes signIng Never In the Kitchen Site Loves Me Not by Vero with C.
    summer. Harry went to the Linda was chosen by the faculty A discussion of summer One Hundred and thirty foreign.: A. Beach Philip
    camps her own name to checks and pany Arrives by Theresa Kecshan; Just Like EveryoneElse
    Gates Fort Pierce, as his alternate -
    Cleveland Clinic and submit missionaries were present and ,
    may for her outstanding qualities was hold with a possibility of 4
    on occasion forges her husband'sname. Morse; Alone In the Universeby by Karla Kuskln; Jerry and The' Growers Administrative -
    to an operation. of courage, honor, leadership boys attending/ Camp LaNuche some 4,000 people attended 1 tho And then The
    evening John W. Macvey; Ami by Anna Kopczynski; Committee sets the size
    They were called to Ohio due service and scholarship Thu at Eu.ills. The ,boys then wentto public services. ReV.
    there were Eight by Paul Molloy. Winged Watchman by Hilda and grade of fresh citrus in Interstate -
    to the illness of Harry's slater, award was presented by Mrs. patrol corners, for patrol business Philip Tong(, President( of the At- Leader, to all the patrols. Tho Van Stockton Building the Bank I

    and she passed away soon after Bea Barnard. Jody Kahn, son of and selected a patrol name, liance in (Hong Kong!, and Dr Jl.( patrol scribes recorded attendance of America ;A. P. Giannlnl by shipments. .

    they arrivedTheir Dr and Mrs. Alvin Kahn of Indian the new name being the Gator Sldlow Baxter, of Scotland, won and dues. Approximately Three Advertising Paul Rink.Mystery. ; Finally, twelve members and i.

    own. daughter and her River City received tho Patrol. the hearts of all by their wonderful 30 boys were present. Awards Won By twelve alternates will be nominated .
    Skull Castle Dirk
    and challenging at by
    family arrived from Okinawaand same award for the boys. Jack Bevel announced that the personalities Roddy Northcutt, assistant to the Indian River Grape-
    Mrs. Forward Publix Markets Uncle andHis
    at the sat minute her hus Methodist Men's Club of this messages Scoutmaster, announced a hike Grlnghuls; Wlggily fruit Committee. Six membersand
    attended the banquet of the Woomen' Friends Howard R. Garis
    band's orders were changed front city had voted to help the troop would be held Saturday morningfor McCalls Magazine and tha by six alternates must be growers -
    Alaska to the Slat of Washing To Lakeland out with a donation for the Troop missionary fellowship at all boys desiring to go. Each Market Institute recently -r2 copies; Willie and the Wild and six members and six
    Angus Williams, who has been dis- which (50 ladies were present Super cat Well by Alberta Wilson Constant alternates are shippers. This
    ton. Treasury, troop was boy Is to bring a casserole din. announced the winners In the
    living with his brother and family Enroute home the Forwards ; Tik-Tok of Oz by L Frank Committee administers the Fed
    The : son In law II hi minted( with the Scoutmaster's ner to be fixed on the trail. 15th Annual Advertising Awards
    serve and Mr and Mrs. Charles Williams Benediction visited Mrs. Forward's brother Baum; Ozma of Oz by L. Frank eral Marketing Agreement regulating .
    military of the U, S, and sister.in.law, Jim and Karen The Wolverine patrol led by Competition held last month in
    Gaum About Cave Men of the
    for of 24 Flamingo Court, has ; the volume of grapefruit
    was stationed at Okinawa Joe Kyle gave a talk on correct
    of Kentucky
    his home Lake- Foose, at the University Chicago. Old Stone Age by Bettina L. into interstate channel
    returned to in Library Meeting shipped
    several! yews. They have Lexington. They also visited hiking methods, the Gator patrol '
    II tons, the youngest being born in land. He has been attending Bre A meeting of the Indian River many friends In Tampa demonstrated how to: coriectly: The' winning advertisementswere Kramer. from the Indian River area. r

    Okinawa and this was the first vard Junior College and will enter City Library Association was whom they had not seen In over tie different first aid bandages.The selected from 1550 news

    time thai the grandparents hadmen the University of South held last Wednesday evening in three years. boys were reminded that paper ads representing more

    t their grandson, Florida In Tampa this Fall. the Library Building with Mrs. the quota for Camp LaNoche was than 8,000 of the nation's leadIng I

    Harel Ashley, president, In the Wtk-.nd t. Remember almost filled At the present time super markets, Including FLORIDA'S FASTEST GROWINGGAS

    Martd Webilos Niws Chair. Members present were Last weekend the Ed Mills 23 boys have registered and Super Market Institute member

    The Arrow Realty owned and Last Sunday the outing of We- Mrs Jackie Merriam, Librarian; family of 128 Moon Road, wenton there will be ipace for only 2 or stoics from all over the world. UTILITY BRINGS ;

    operated by the Mancinl! Interests bclos Puck 310 was held at the Col. W. H. Boshoff! Executive a camping trip to Makka 3 more The Troop will go to All entries were judged on

    has moved from their forWr home of Harvey D. Robinson, Secretary and Treasurer. ; Mrs State Park In South Florida. camp Juno 14th to 20th. This the following criteria: Originality NATURAL GAS TO r t

    location on U. S. 1 to thu leader. The .plan of the day was Erfe! Porter, Vice President and They were accompanied by Mrs. will be a wonderful opportunityfor and Creativity, Quality of Head -!:\ \
    Mrs, Jo Anne Mitch, member
    I corner of U. S. 1 and Harrison hotdogs, games and watermel, Mills' sister boys to earn some! of the line and Copy, Excellence of TITUSVILLECity
    Also David
    present were Coving-
    ''Street. ons. This was a weekend to remember "hurd-to-get" merit badges Layout and Typography, and
    ton, assistant to the City Manager
    their first
    One event, in keeping with the of Tltusville and Mrs Agnes as being Dick Woods and son, Bill General Appearance and Read,

    From W. Va. and Ohio theme!;! of the month, "The First Morlcy, Chairman of Brevard camping tent experience., one pole broke In gettingthe leaving were welcomed as guests. Dickis ability. Gas Company of Florid hat brought

    Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walton Americans", was an Apache endurance County Library Board. a one-sided up tent, Then came the new Scoutmaster of Troop Publix Super Markets, head natural gas to Brevard County. Lies modern .,

    'land daughter, Kay Lynn, of 230, race. The boys ran a Main items on the agenda, the rain. Everyone dashed inside 370 sponsored by the Methodist quartered In Lakeland, receiveda and save money with n.turalill for cooking

    Pine Street have returned, mouthful routine Church of Indian River City total of three Certificate of .. air clothes .
    just given distance with a after disposition of matters to keep from getting wet, but home hosting conditioning,, drying i

    home from a visit with relatives of water which they still had to was settling the amount of the rain came through. The only While the meeting was being Merit for outstanding super mar water heating and many commercial &

    in New Martlnville and Middle. have as they crossed the finish the budget for this Library for dry spot seemed to be under the held in the main room, a Board,, ket advertlsipg during 1963. industrial applications. Through our subsidiary

    bourne, West Virginia and in Bel- line. This event was won by the year 1964-1905. After discussion sleeping cots. After the rain let of Review was conducted In the The three Publix awards (out -Drl-Gai Corporation-wi also supply

    tie, Ohio. Kenneth McAllister. Among other It was unanimously resolved up, they decided there must be a adjoining room. Adults present of a possible six categories) the finest bottled gas throughout the county.

    games played was volley ball to set up a budget for $12.000.00. drier spot In the park than what for this Board of Review were: were won in ((1)I) Best Store Image All City Gas and Dri-Gsi customers are

    New Citizen and many feats of strength and The next question to come before they had and so they broke camp Robert Webber, Dr. W. O. category, ((2)) Best Meat Advertisement iirvicid by union mgloyois..

    j Mr, and Mrs James L. Anderson skill the meeting was the hiring and drove a couple of miles to a Young, Perry Conrad and Jon! category, and ((3)) Best '
    assistant librarian. Col.
    of Dixie Village are the' Boys attending were Webelos of an better area. Schilling of Cocoa. Mr. Schilling; Plentiful Food category
    Bo ,hoff outlined that when Mrs.
    proud parents of I new baby Mike Roblnwn' David Crocker, : It The park was full of beautiful is the Advancement Chairmanfor Tho Publix advertising department .
    Merriam was hired, was CITY DAB COMPANY Of FLORIDA
    wild animals. They stayed over Canaveral District. Boys Is headed R. William
    girl born; at Jess Parrish Memorial Riley McCafferty and Kenneth appearing by
    agreed that she would have to and Sunday drove downto Poe "O".ATION' 0. sICvICl. CONV''ON' a "A"".. c. 1/.
    Hospital! on May 20th. The McCullistcr, Den Chief Roy best she night on before the Board of Review (Bill) Schroter, Director of Ad.
    run the library as COCOA TITWVIILe Mal5000N5Seee
    baby weighed 7-Ib. 13-oz. at Malott and guests Kenneth Me- could and would aim have the Fort Myers and back home, were: John Candy, St n. vertising. .'4.e4 I AM T.fesa I 1A 3.4150
    did not
    Although everything go
    ---I ton Candy and Fike Allred. --- t
    responsibility of its upkeep and loads of fun
    smooth they
    however here The meeting was closed by all

    changed cleaning.: ; the Times library at presentIs and plan of to weeks go on vacation the East In a jrtm.ng hands and repeating the !
    couple ,up
    GOOD CAR KEEPINGAT l Issuing books to the public at Coast to Canada, Scoutmaster'' benediction. TheT '

    a rate of 7 books to each reading Bird Patrol, led by David Webber LITTLE JOE CART WRIGHT

    patron, whereas I books per person Boy Seoul Rows was in charge of the closing

    TAYLOR'S AUTO UPHOLSTERINGCheck was considered good. It Is Troop 310, Boy' Scouts of ceremony.

    virtually Impossible for one per America met at the Civic Center

    the Items below on your car as part of Good Car son to supervise everything and for their regular! weekly meeting In PiMiburg -1

    ho made a motion that an assist Mr ani:! Mrs Carl Mance of a ; Of BONANZA
    Keeping. Also check the car you may Intend to buy, I list Tuesday "evening at 801 e
    ant bo hire;! at $240 w per The stilted lute 203 Hairuon Street, left last

    making sure all Is properly taken car of Saves youmoney month This was seconded by duo pm.to the! meeting election. Sunday for Pittsburgh due to the .. .e .a

    safer Mrs Effie Porter. The resolution death of Curl's brother there.
    means driving. Opt'nll1lt'ceremony by the Rebel

    .-.. '" ,, .... recommended was adopted to by the the'City' meetIng of. Patrol which convicted of They returned last Thursday IN PERSON!

    Att0Af TAAV wtfILAC the Pledge of Allegiance and The Minces are the parents of .
    Titusville, subject to both County j
    ,1 Joe the well known athlete and 1 1x
    ARMRIfTT IA0LINI and City approval,. repeating the Scout Oath. hike ,

    SuN YNOAS In another matter, tho qu U- Allred lit a candle for each pointof student ,,01 Titusville High

    Ion of an conditioner1 came the Scout' Law. Dues envelopes School, who will graduate this SAT. &: SUN.

    S A/NIeAAO up, when It was Intimajel that were distributed by Roy year, And is abated to enter West .

    ... application had been made to the Malott, assistant Senior Patrol Point.
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    April Savings Bonds
    lillle Theatre
    Purchases $325,419In

    Star-Advocate Brevard County Tryouts Sunday

    Brcvaid! County residents pur
    Yr"M The Voice of 25,000 North Brevtrd County Residents cluiNid; .. $3J1: .419 In E and II SavIntiS Millie Ramsey and OneUIxutwykr
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    Section C TITUSVILLI, FLORIDA:;FRIDAY, MAY W, 1H4 Page 1-C Bonds during the month of directors for 'I+tui-
    -- -- - total!
    -- -- -- -- -- April bringing tits ytars villa I.Ittle Theatre production
    tcxlate In $130451)1)) 30 percent of "Rain", invite all Interested
    of county quota for 19(14( parties to attend tryouts this

    This reflects at ITS. percent Sunday May 3lal t, from 3 to 5
    1,600 Workers Are gain over the corresponding per. p,m. at the TLT building on
    iod last year shun purchases Curlylr Street
    gl totaled t $1,170,505.Purchases : .
    Four women and six men are
    of Savings Bonds needed, plus many backitageworkm
    sluiiKlicd off mildly In April in
    The show will be pro-
    Florida from last year s level daces July 10, It, 17 and 18th.
    lrwv',1'' and,' were off 86 percent across "
    Added In BrevardAn m the story of Sadie
    the As of 30 suit
    country April a Thompson, taken from the ihort
    of E unit If Bond In tho U. S, dory. Mini Thompson," by
    '! 50 behind .
    Na ire mining percent Simii,MI t Miuham| .
    i tl', i', a4 last t )car
    6 'r"r"W1aMl$( F- 4a estimated 1600 workers Expansion by both private and al Jobs in the past year New rapid pace of construitim actIvity !. A great deal if payroll SivIngs If you are interested in a part.
    ,, Ikw >} Federal agencies linked to the apartments, homes, banks ant OnMruition
    r 4f1 iY were added to Brevard County l'lUptuynll'lItroMe promotion Is /gitting underway or In helping; out backstage but
    payrolls during the last half of Aero Space program accountedfor Federal contracts for the Cape 444 per edit during& thin throughout/ bunnies and in cannot come to tryouts call
    approximately 3000 addition Kennedy area accounted for the past year M III* at 237.6031 or Oneta at
    u -- -- --- .
    March and through mid April dll try from const tit toast and it
    , AWARDS GIVEN Pirtle Plaza's first anniversary sale it anticipated that a* soon as the 267.645A.
    awards were selected Monday Shown here are the Plaza Non-farm employment Jumped ; TA result of these activities can be ENVELOPES Builneii _
    t to M,900, largely due to initial Fr reflected In sale stutistics, E Kraft Envelope- with Sizes.Also chap
    registration .
    : hiring by large construction contractors Bind figures will show .
    a con f r"r malting, Full stock at St...
    i dent, Mrs Priscilla Close; president, Ed Broome; Dick at Cape Kennedy (gov r slstant rise, Advocate,
    I Griffin, representing vice-president John Moore, and Mrs. ernment construction contracts I

    I Phyllis Earnest, secretary-treasurer.-S-A Photo). valued at $101,409,100 have been

    let since the first of the year). A

    Brevard Probationers-Parolees Peak building activity on the A FV Y5 R r' ). : i ii

    I' Vertical Assembly Building, larg IT IS WITH
    est building In the world, accounted -
    Have April Income Of $$58,340.91The for a majority of the

    167 probationers and 91 tance in providing I complete hiring i =1 1I f DEEPAPPRECIATION

    parolees In Brevard County earn picture of the defendant entire Some hiring for the housekeeping _____
    ed a total income of $5834091 situation contract, continued additionsto _____
    during the month of April More than 82 percent of the the school system and the ______

    i A expenses total by of these$50,724.33 while people savings was for livIng expended accounted -. ole from people successfully the serving program Probation receive and become or benefit Par vate Aerospace firms program and Federal by agencies both: prl, x I ______ I TAKE THIS

    for 5982.18 of their respectable citizens of Florida, accounted for other luring activity ," MEANS TO

    combined incomes, according to the report points out. it was pointed out in

    Charles L Barfield, District Supervisor The cost of keeping a man or "Labor Market Trends' by the
    of the Titusvllle office of woman in prison in Florida Florida Industrial Commissionand THANK YOUALL

    the Florida Probation and Parole amounts to approxlmatey $4.00. Florida State Employment c
    Commission per day In capital equipment Service, ace
    The monthly report of the outlay and upkeep in addition to
    Commission lists 2,028 contacts benefits received by the familiesof Only 1100 jobseekcrs were unemployed -
    mado during the month by the these individuals through by mid.April, with woman THOSE WHO WORKEDSO
    four full time Probation and welfare and related agencies accounting for approximately -
    Parole Supervisors In the local In comparison, a person on pro 400 of that number Unemployment HARD DURING THE

    office, in a supervisory capacity. bation or parole is earning his represented 1.8 per
    of the total civilian labor CAMPAIGN AND THOSE
    made to the
    Some 332 contacts were own way, contributing
    during the month, concerning welfare of his family, paying national force of 68800, WHO VOTED
    -- -- FOR ME
    Special Investigations, with defendants and local taxes, while the Demand for qualified workers RECEIVES CERTIFICATE Bob Keel Board by Jack Hunt, president, at a meet
    law enforcement average cost of each Individual continues to exceed the labor (right). of Keel Insurance Agency, Inc, Ing held recently at the Galt Ocean Mile
    agencies, victims, family, employers under supervision is approximately surplus of this area despite new was presented his certificate of appoint. Hotel in Fort Lauderdale ED KITTLES
    and all others In the com- 40 cents per day, the Com- entrants and 're.entrants into tbe ment to the company's Agents' Advisory
    munity who could be as assis- minion emphasizes labor market, the report shows,

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    I. Dr.. Care Of Birth Certificates I owe w fiwin I ew a. .''' '' 'N % : ',.t, ... w ":'.". fl ... "lt
    .Haney Urges '.r.ll M .' a .t i' 't; t t' :' a 4 "' ,\ ..tf": Jo.iN'1\: ,
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    Dr T. Paul Haney, Brevard been entered and Is correct be usually made when the child U filed by the attending physl j _, h 'If!
    County Health/ Officers, urges fire the mother leaves the hos three or four months old. dun" .
    parents to more carefully check pitsla I he said .'It is recommended ,
    t Occasionally, on finding an t ,
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    the information to be placed on that the mother sign the awar.+ansrMaa.e 4I ;
    error, parents become angry because COLLECTOR'SITEM u <<
    the birth certificates of their actual bith certificate rather I
    they think the board made '
    babies before they leave the hospital than a hospital information !
    a mistake In Issuing the ceitifi .'
    sheet the board is Rare Shakespeare idltlen -
    cute Actually,
    The State Board of Health re "Parents should be SUM that Volume 1 le 14 e" : r rIi
    suet only photocopies of the or!
    cently pointed out that spproxlmately the hospital l and attending physician Box 171 Christmas, Flo. j
    glnal certificate which has been ,
    S per cent of all birth have the correct spelling of : ,
    certificates sent to the board the full name of the child, the ,
    have an error of some type, and father name and maiden name DAVIS LAWN SPRAY I ;I t ;j 1 1t
    hence new parents should be of the mother. When a certificate '
    WEIUYF lb ( )
    very careful to Inspect the certificate is sent In to the board, the r ,. .. w
    after it Is filled out and board has no :way of knowing if STAMP E Chinch : ,a, I. t
    before it is filed the name is spelled correctly, or TN! Bugs 1 .1 ,
    Everett H Williams Jr. director whether the correct sex or birth ,j I
    of the board Bureau of date have been filled In correctly. Fungus ,
    1J)# '
    Vital Statistics said most com 'The bureau, to make sure thata .jj
    mon errors are, in spelling the child birth certificate is cor Worms { er et I
    names, sect, rnutln'!ly sends to parents, !
    "In many cases, hospitals obtain without i charge a small photocopy Fertilization
    Infoimition from the par. of the certificate with a request '
    ant fur completing the certifl. t hut the parents check the ,.' .
    cite; no the parent should ask record carefully and advise the I

    to sc: the certificate to make board of any error, This notification ,," ,
    sure that .n]| information has of birth regulation U

    e,, Will all your assetsgo

    up in smoke if i ''pr !00ldrA ;,

    I fire strikes!

    e1 You wouldn burn mono
    a/ y, se why risk Irving .J

    OWN BOAT T 7 'h it you If undor a fire.Insured would catch Play u'sase

    , FOR A NEW : safe by chocking,

    Lot ui make sure' your home 'fire
    't'I WORLD OF FUN ,
    :. Inur.nel i civorago not kept pace

    I with tola: ,'. rising property values.

    Outboard or Inboard motorboat, 'cabin cruiser, sailbeat I.. us soon f.r'Complete Home

    you Mine It, you can have It NOW I Financing A Owner's Protection without obligation.
    Boat Lean from us lakes care of that! Come In, moot 1 e '

    the friendly people at your fUll SERVICI BANK)
    You'd never forget where you left a car that looks this good.You .

    Your Financial Partner in Progress 1
    t ft *;

    First In Name simply can't low looker, like the Catalina, especially 'In a crowd It't too distinctively Pontlae. So's Its ride

    ywe First In Seryice A SURE KINGMAN I (Wlde-Track smooth) and the way it moves (Trophy V-8 quick). Only thing you can forget "Is your notion about

    r SIGN OF how much all this Pontiac should cost.And you will, surely! when you price a Catalina Wld.-Track Pontiac
    See your authorized Pontiac, dealer for a wide choice of Wide.Tracks and good used cars too.

    First National i Bank AGENCY, INC. w ,;;:- A
    Garden TUusTtlle
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    Page s.c Tltvaw"" (Plorlel.) Star.Advocafe Friday, May 29, 1964
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    Church News Of The

    Week4r ONLY TilE BEGINN1Iij

    For Titusville and North Brevard

    Deadline For Church New on These Pages 5 P. M Wednesday

    j r tR

    Nazarene Scottsmoor First ,

    id t; MEDITATION ,
    The First Church of the Nez BaptistSunday 'k al. ,,
    1027 Park Avenue :::rl Molt WIdely u..d I
    arena announces The
    GuIde School will be held at i For all those who truly seek
    the following services of
    9:45: a.m. Sunday at the First I > wMom this ta "Only The
    (the week: Baptist Church of Scottsmoor Beginning It's time for
    Tomorrow afternoon at 3:30: at
    with classes for all ages and rewards but alto tint for letting
    (the church there will be a dinner
    the Mils to cope with the high
    nursery provided for children ,
    tn the ground and all the
    under four of Ben o winds ahead. Commencement
    mcmbcri and friends of the years age
    Booby is Superintendent.Rev. to serious minds can be little
    church are Invited. At this din
    4 i less than frightening. Have these
    ner the church will be honoring
    Roy Cordell will bring young people learned well to do
    the seniors of the church, Judy
    tho Inspirational message at the t their duty Are they qualified to
    1b- #
    Manning Lynn Ruckcr and Tom y. $.
    Roam, Jr. ..QtUpptfItOMINIIIIK 11 o'clock worship service. r", r ., y accept prosperity? Are they fortified
    ........- Music will be by the adult choir v for adversity Have they learned
    The Sunday School hour beginsat
    under the supervision! of Mrs. ; e about Cod If they have not
    0:45: under the leadership of ?
    Read Romans 7ill through
    Morria Hallum. welt then
    Rubcrt E'nnkenshlp!' At the learned these things ,

    close of the Sunday School hour "The Helper, the holy Spirit Junior and Intermediate choir they have learned but little.

    the installation of the Sunday whom the Father will send In will practice at S p.m.; Training x a Opportunities are in abundance

    School teachers will be held. Thli my name, will teach you everything Union is dated for 6:30: p.m. a' ds' for those who are determined.

    will be the. teachers for the new and recall to you everything with Mri. 'Grady Sanders M r Commencement is only the first

    year and they are Mary Jones, 1 have said. (John 14:26.: Director and Unions for all age G round on a ladder that reaches to
    Levitt Sandra Green the stars toraH who' will tut Apply
    Marjorie MOFFATT.) group; evening worship service
    Beatrice Moody, Dorothy Godby, At even o'clock In the morn is scheduled for 7:30: p.m. ,a, themselves. Then, young graduates,
    -- c; ; be of great faith and unlimited
    Martha Rollins, Linda Gndby, Ing I prayed, "0 Father, makeme I."e
    Marie Carter, Patty Hallum: channel of Thy love A week of :Revival services Rov. Roy Cordoll d'n. perseverance.! For He laid you have'

    Carl Green, Betty Terry, Paul Teach an open to be perceptive and will be held beginning Sunday, only "to leek and ye shell find, knock

    Godby, i Betty'Roberts, Dan God me May lIst, and continuing tbru Revival Services r and it hall be opened unto you"
    understanding, and to have good
    by, Clifford Hampton, Ernest Judgment that I may bless and Saturday June 6th, at 7:30: p.m. Start SundayFirst
    McNab and James Relmann. Nursery will be provided for
    There are clamm for all ages. help children under four years of Baptist Church of
    But it nine o'clock, when a
    The Worship Hour begins at 6ge. Rev Roy Cordell will Scottsmoor will have one week
    trouble'some woman came once
    11:00: with Rev Thomns Ream bring the messages each night. Revival Services, beginning Sun v s I
    again asking for "a help, I was
    bringing the of the hour. June s q
    message day, May Slat, through '
    Irritated, abrupt, and rather Vacation Bible School will begin < y
    Junior Teen Adult
    7th. Services will start at 7:30: a'a.aa
    harsh. Only later did I realize on Friday, June 5th. Pre. ':
    Fellowships will meet at 6:00: ; p.m. The Rev. Roy Cordell will 6.h h as4 'q
    Evangelistic service at 7:00.: the difference between my prayer paratlon Day is Juno 6th, 8:30: bring the message. ar. + +aa '

    Tuesday night at 7:30: at the and my action. I moaned a.m. 10:30: a.m. School in

    church there will bo a meeting of Inwardly, "I didn't remembermy Monday, June 6th thru Friday) Rev. Cordell has accepted the

    all Sunday School Officers andSupI'rvlsors. prayer." June 12th, 8:30: a.m. 11:30: pastorate of The First Baptist r.w w.ww,
    Len Commencement Night will Church of Scottsmoor. He has M
    This Is the cause of so many
    Wednesday night will be the failures; we are sincere at pray. be Sunday n.giit, June 14th at a background of several years '- -
    regular monthly Missionary er time our .longing is 7:30: p.m. Children ages 3-12 experience in both Pastoral and I =

    Meeting under the leadership of deep and ardent. But in the years old are invited to attend. Evangelistic preaching 1

    Patty Hallum. This will begin burly burly of our daily work,. Mrs. Gene Lamparter Is princi -.1 m f 4ra8 n/h ,
    tho new year and the study book our dcslra becomes diffused and pal. Ili

    Is entitled 'The Many Faces of Vanishes.: I 9
    Japan and the study chairman la Ways ; (
    Our task In to train ourselves, Calvary Baptist
    Mrs. Miriam MrNab. Choir rehearsal {
    to discipline( our thoughts to return f.THIS CHURCH
    will follow this meeting Sunday School at Calvary Baptist ..
    hourly or momentarily, to CAN SERVE YOU
    the deep inner remembrance of Church begins at 10 a.m. \
    First Baptist, MimsThe our heart's sJncert desire. By under the direction of Marvin 1. Provide you I pIlOt to worship.
    Fisher 2. Bring personal peace.
    guest speaker this Sunday such training and discipline, at Superintendent and morn.
    lug worship at 11 with Roy, D. 3. Aid In studying God' Word.
    morning at First Baptist Churchof Jcngtli wa abide, even amid out. IRU
    Wm. McClure 4. Help meat new and wholi-
    bringing the mes you
    Mime will be Rev Woody er distractions the awareness some Christian, friends. dlI ,
    Crouse. Bro. Crouse Is a mem Of the Holy Spirit's keeping and sage. t

    ber of our church and la I student guidance Classes are held for all ages -.I'I'II-"II'I\I: ; Ilil'J-1 Iin.

    v at Carson-Newman College PRAYER: Dear Father, it la and a nursery Is provided duringall
    ':45 a.m." Sunday School This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
    In Tennessee where
    vl beta preparing our true desire to follow the'! services 11:00: a.m." "The Man God
    for the ministry way of love. Let the powerof Evening services are held at 7 Can Net Use'"'

    lie will serve with the Home tho Holy Spirit keep us f:30 p.m." Youth Groups

    Mission Board of the Southern steadfast through every moment p.m.Prayer service is held Wednesday 7:30 p.m. "Vigilance of Burger King BelkLindseyTitusville

    Baptist Convention In New Mexico of this day. For Christ's at 7:30: p.m. the lev I" North U. S, 1, Titusville
    during the summer months. lake Amen Modern Nurury
    We invite people of all ages to The Ladies' Bible Class meetson Monty of Parking,,!
    9:43 for Thought For The Day) Tuesday at 10 a.m. and visitation .
    come : a.m. Sunday
    Today with the help of the'! is held I Duff Electric Titusville !
    School and then to remain for the on Thursday at 10 a ,, Morley's Western Auto
    Holy Spirit, I shall not forget a.m. CHRISTIAN A .
    11:00: a.m. Worship Service ,:
    Mr. and Mrs H. Guy Duff
    Mr. and Mrs. Chas J.
    divine 1 Morley
    my purpose Margaret MISSIONARY
    Following the Youth Choir rehearsal Calvary Baptist Is a Pre-mll-
    Sheldon, Homemaker (Bardados) Washington & Broad, Titusville
    at 1:00: p.m. on Sunday lennlum, Independent Missionary ALLIANCE CHURCH

    the regular Training Union hour Church. Services are being temp. as. aaa. raeb. Isar C14 ,I Canaveral Rambler

    will begin at 8:15.: The 7:30: p.m.. First Baptist ChurchFirst orarily held at the Woman' Club ,.v, Roy Forward, Pester .x, Phone AM 7.1348
    service will be the Choral Concert Building on Hopkins Ave. f
    'presented by the entire Baptist Church offers 1---------- C. W. Danenburg
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    music department of the church three worship services each Sunday
    On Wednesday evening the regular The early service at 8:30: FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Fransen's Drive In Restaurant Danenburg Realty
    Officer Teecher o'clock and 1027 Park Ave.. Tituarlll 1514 S. Washington Titusville
    Improve regular service at '
    and South i
    Employees, Washington w
    ment Meeting will convene at 11:00: a.m. Sunday School. 9:45 A.M. Worship Hour, 11 A.M. Titusville
    6:30.: At 7:30: p.m. a Moody Adams Dr. Cheater L Quarles, execu S
    Youth Fellowship. 6 P.M. Evangelistic Hour.
    film "The Mystery of the tine secretary-treasurer of the
    7 PM. Wed. midweek service 7 P.M. Master CleanersS.
    Mayas" will be tho highlight of Mississippi Baptist Conventionwill Materials
    the evening The Church choir be guest speaker at one of THOMAS REAM. MINISTER Corp Hopkins at Titusville City Limit
    will have rehearsal at 8:30: p.m. the morning services Scriptural Christ > Centered Everyone W.lcom. 'West Orange, Ph. AM 7-5900
    Sunday School for all ages Infant b Toddle Nursery '
    Central IRC
    Baptist meets at 0:45: a.m. and Training Brevard Mutual Ins. Agency Inc.
    Unions at 6:15: p.m. Duffy'sMims .,
    Services for Central Baptist ; Florida Downtown Titusville :
    Church of Indian River City are Evening Worship at 7:30: p.m. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCHAn '". .
    announced as follows by Rev. D. Convention reports by Rev Dean

    V. McAllister, pastor: Torrence and Dr. W. S. Ilardin ( Amirlean Lutheran Church) Town Motel

    Sunday: Sunday School, 9:43: Midweek services, Wednesday \
    a.m.; morning worship, 11:00: ; at 6:15: p.m. for organizational 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE / Downtown Titusville Moonland Mobile Homes, Sales

    Junior choir practice, (::00 p.m. ; meetings and Prayer Service at INDIAN RIVER CITY :: I U. S. 1 North of Overpass, Titusville
    Union 8:30 7:30: followed by Youth Choir rehearsal t
    Training : ; Baptismal SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . . 9:00: MB. r"
    service, 7:30.Tuesday: at 1:30: p.m.Westwood Edwards Realty .
    CHURCH SERVICES . . 10:15 a.m. : i
    : 9:30: a.m., General + Joe and Mary Edwards!

    I W.M.U. meeting Prayer Re. Baptist We Extend A Cordial Welcome To You! ;;n' Baldwin Shopping Center I: The Employees oft
    treat at Fox Lake 7:30: p.m., '
    YWA's meet at the church. Westwood Baptist Church, 3112 CLAUD I. Tf JAN, Pastor Suburban Propane

    Wednesday, 6:30: p.m. Junior Old Dixie Highway, Rev A. J. "

    and Intermediate GA'a, RA's, Be Howell, pastor, announces services .
    ginner and Primary Sunbeams as follows: Atlantic Plumbing Co. : I

    meet at the church; 7:00: p.m. Sunday: Sunday School, 10 WELCOME TO THE 329 St. Johns St., Titusville First Federal Savings & Loan Association
    Officers and Teachers meeting; a.m.; at the 11 a.m. service pastor "

    7:30: Prayer meeting, will preach on "Revival In First Baptist Downtown Titusville

    Thursday: Women's visitation, the Night";; 6:30: p.m., training
    9.30 a.m., men'a visitation, 7:00: union. t" ate' Threlkeld's Standard Service

    p.m.; 7:30.9:30: : p.m., an open- Beginning Sunday night at 7:30: ChurchOf Downtown Titusville AM 7.9927
    house farewell party will be held Rev. Jerrel Chiney of Tampa Luke Cain

    at the home of Mr. and Mrs. will conduct evangelistic! sere M State Farm Insurance

    Jim Mixson. ices nightly! at 7:30: ( Mims" Indian River Machine Shop : 1 t 214 Palm TitusvilleBaird's Companies

    Indian River City, Florida f J ,
    9:4S A. M.
    : '
    Mobile Homes
    "In The Heart Of Th. Community"Main MORNING WORSHIP Mims Citrus Growers Association
    11:00: A. M. r Rte. 1 Box :351 Cocoa. FloridaBoyd's
    b Hopklni Tlttavllle. Florida YOUTH CHOIR RI. t seer :. Mims. }'lorlda'i.. '
    HEARSAL 5:30 p. M. '
    W. S. Hardin, Pastor TRAINING UNION r Y coaaw i'
    6:15: P. M. o \
    SERVICESScnday Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts Jr. Gulf Service
    EVENING WORSHIP t I ... ''
    . . 1:30: P. M. ....'1Ift e k: 1/ Mima Florida ,(,>' Downtown Titusville
    I Worahlp . . 8:30 b 11:00 k.M. s :

    Sunday School . . . . . . . 9:45 A.M. WED.SERVICE NIGHT PRAYER 7:30: P. M. I asasea w t

    Trstniag Union . . . . . . .6:15 AJM. -.u.r:
    Sunday EvenUg Worship . . . 7:30 P.M. "The End Of Your I :' :ti. : 'dL.:.. C : W. E. KennedyBadcock

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    Friday, May 29, IM4 Tlhisvllle"' (Florida) Stir-Arfveeito. s-c. t EpiscopalThe Central Baptist Good ShepherdAt MJrm Methodist

    schedule for St Gabriel's Good: Shepherd Lutheran !Services for Mime Methodist

    Episcopal Church, as announced Church 2001 Garden Street In Church, Rev. Lloyd W. Mullfa.

    -r Church Of The WeekFor by Father Ferguson, is as follows Revival MeetingRevival Tltusvllle. Sunday, May 31, pastor are announced as follow*:
    / : Divine worship services win bo
    4r Sunday, May 30. at 10:00: i.m, meetings are being conducted at 8:00: clock ami Moraine Worship, 8 and II
    Children" Confirmation Class. hold nightly at Central Baptist 10:30 a.m. "Christian Soldiers!" o'clock' Sermon, topic "The IP-

    Titusville and North Brevard CountyDeadline Sunday, Morning Prayer will Church In Indian River City, 11 the vermin topic selected by sue li Ultimate" Service .f

    be said at 7)30) a.m., Holy Com with Rev. Hugh Beailey of the Rev Arnold F. Claus. It Holy Communion.

    For Church Newt on These Fagei S P. U. Wednesday munion will be celebrated" at 7:30i Cocoa in the Ev'angelnt. ii bared on the New Testament Sunday School, 10 a.m., with

    .m., Sunday School for the The his been gratifying Text, I Timothy. Chapter 2: nursery and classes for all age*.
    fourth grade and up will meet at verse 3, "For this Is good and
    9:00.: The adult class will also and many decisions have acceptable in Iho light of God There will be no Methodist

    IRC MethodistMorning First MethodistMorning C&M AllianceThe Church Of ChristThe meet at this time under the direction been made for Christ throughthe our Savior" Nursery facilities Youth Fellowship and Sunday
    spirit-filled preaching of
    of Jack Horton; Family wilt bo available during the later evening services due to tax
    First School of the Church of Christ la located Rev. Beaaley. Baccalaureate services at the
    worship for the Indian worship at Sunday Eucharist will be celebrated at service.
    River Methodist Church of Tituiville Christian and Missionary Alliance at the corner of St. Johns 10:00 High School.
    City Mottadlst : a.m.; The Sunday School, Rev. Beasiey has announced Sunday School Clauses, Junior
    Church will be held Sunday, will be held at 945: and 11-00: Church of Indian River City will and Hopkins. third grade and below, will meett thai ho will speak at a special and Senior Bible Clues, and Wed, June 3, regular meetIng -
    11:00: i.m. in the new church a.m. with Rev. E. W. Norman be opened by John Allen, assisted The schedule of services Is as $ 10:00: a.m, under the direction service Sunday during the Sun the 'Pastor's Clan' will meet at of the Womin'i Society .f

    building located on the Orlando preaching on "The Shepherd- by Troton <:Coleman at follows: Sunday: Bible study, i>f James Munnli, Jr day School hour for the Junior 9:15 am. The Sunday School Christian Service, 10 a.m.

    Highway across from Indian hnod of All Believer" The 11:00: 9:45 a.m. with song and illustrated 9:50: am; Sunday worship, Monday, June I, at 8:00: p.m. through Adult department. Superintendent, Roy Leisure. June! 3-7, the 122nd Session af
    River Heights. The pastor, a.m. service will be broadcastover talk. Rev. Roy Forward 10:50: a.m.; evening service 6:00: the Vestry will mtll't.Tueday announced that the children will the Florida Conference of the

    Rev. Robert Waddell, will bring radio station WRMF. pastor, will teach the pm; midweek service is on June 2, at 1:00: am To conclude the revival ier- bring their Minion Offerings Methodist< Church will be held In
    the message, "Keeping Faith Church School will begin Bible Class using the topic: Wednesday at 7:00: p.m. the Mary Martha Chapter will vices\ a Baptismal service will be this Sunday. The last Sundayof Lakeland
    With The Dead "Scripturewill promptly at 9:49 with classes "The Christian Looks at Nation- Bible classes for all agi groupsare meet it the Parish" Hall hold Sunday night at the church each month li designated

    be read from Hebrews, the for all ages An additional alism". There will be classes) provided Dolt Sunday morn- Wednesday, June 3, at 7:15: at 790.: "Mission Sunday", with the offerings Juno 8-19, Vacation Bible
    12th chapter. There will also be church school for Infants through for all age groups. Ing and Wednesday night 4 m. Morning Prayer and Holy brought by the children School
    a Dedication Service in keeping the sixth grade will be held "The Man God Can Not Use" The minister Is in the midst Communion; 7:30: p.m. Adult First Presbyterian to be usedor foreign or home

    with Loyalty Sunday. at 11:00 a.m. will be the sermon topic by the of a series of sermons pertaining Confirmation Class. minion pro 'at.. First Christian IRC
    Pledges toward the church Youth recreation will be held pastor at the 11:00 im. worship to the worship of the New Thursday, June 4, at 9:30: i.m. "Tlireo" Pictures of a Chr llt. The Paiter. Class will meet ,

    program for next year will be re from 4:00: to 7:00: p.m. Sunday, hour. There will be a choir Testament Church. Sunday Holy Communion. Inn" will be Clio topic .f ih. MC- on Tuesday evening at 8:00: o' First Christian Church of Indian

    ceived, anti Kenneth Boone, including youth orchestra, MFY number during the same service. morning the sermon is entitled Saturday, June 0,. at 10:00: mon by the Rev. Charles W. clock River City meets at the
    Chairman of the Stewardshipand snack supper, and meetings. The Christian Cadets and Senior "Chrialiin Giving" i m. Children ConfirmationClass Biiles, pastor, at the 8:30: and Wednesday evening, from 5:30 IRC Civic Center.

    Finance Commission, will Evening worship will be held AYF. groups will meet at 11 am worship services Sun until 7:30: o'clock, members of
    make a brief statement. The ut 7:30: p.m. 6:30 p.m."The First Christian Evening Prayer will be read day There li a church-hour n.rsi the Girls' Mission League and Sunday: Bible School, 9 a.m.>

    nursery will be available for infants The Woman's Society of Vigilance, of the Soul- at 5:00: pm. on Monday, Wed. 'ry for children to age six it their friends will enjoy a picnic morning worship, 10; evening
    and small children. Christian Service will hold its will be the sermon topic during Services for First Christian nesdav and Friday. and at 7:00: eleven o'clock only. on the church grounds, service, 7 p.m., a "Singsplrir

    Church School will meet from regular monthly meeting on the 7:30: p.m. evangelistic ser Church of TUtmille are announced p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. The Board of Directors, the !lion."
    Sunday School with classes
    9:45 am. to 10:35 am. Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. A covered vice. is follows by Pastor Eddie ,
    governing of the church
    Fine: for all, convenes at 9:43.JuniorHi body Wednesday evening prayerservices
    The Methodist Youth Fellow dish luncheon will follow.
    Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Prayer Sunday: Sunday School, 9 am.; Pine Grove Baptist will hold their June meeting on arc held at 7:30: p.m.
    ship will meet at 8:00 at The 943: am. choir will hold
    p.m. meeting and Bible study, morning worship, 10 i.m., with and SI'lIlor.m You Thursday it 7:30: p.m,
    the church for its program and rehearsal at 7:30: p.m. TuesdayIn Sunday< School J Ja scheduled for th
    Groups meet In the church
    Thursday, 7:30: p.m., The Alliance sermon topic, "Anchored Again 1 1st Assembly Of God
    Adult Bible the 10
    recreation The Sanctuary.Mid em. at Pine Grove' Baptist
    Men will meet. st the Storms", 6:4: p.m. Christ. ut p m for their lust meeting Church Of God Mims
    Class will meet Sunday, 7.45: week prayer service and Mission located on US. 1 in ,
    The whole Bible is the bases ian Endeavor; T:30: p.m? eve until fall A summer schedule Services for First Assembly 'of
    at the church. Bible study will be held at 7.30: Scotlsmoor with Ernest Worxlcll
    Wednesday in Hennessey of teaching of this church, in ning worship with sermon topic as superintendent fur Smithy School and Morning Service for Church of God, God, 1212 West Main St., are inniuineed -
    The newly organized Boy p.m. on that it will meet the spiiitual "Adventures In Thrilling Battles" Worship will also go Into effect Mlmi, are announced is follows by Pastor W J, Cox il
    Scout will meet at the Hall. The 11:00: ..m. choir will _Worship service will follow it
    need of the community next week by Rev Kyle II. Bryan, Pastor: follows:
    hold rehearsal at 7:30: Wed 11 arm with Pastor Roe John.
    church Monday, 7:00: p.m. p.m. Wednesday, 7:30: to 11:15: pm.,
    nesday the Sanctuary service. son bringing/ the message. Eve Sunday: Sunday School, 10 Sunday, : Sunday School, 141I :
    The Woman's Society Of Rev. E. W. Norman will be Church Of GodThe Prayer ning service will begin at 7:30: Orsino Baptist a.m.; morning worship, it, even m. morning worship, 10:45))
    Christian Service will have Its leaving on Tuesday to attend p.m. elistic service, 1.30: p..m. Chrlat'l Ambassadors, 1:30: p.m.|
    Sunday, May 31, hn been designated
    executive meeting Tuesday at the :Florida Annual Conferencein services of the First Bellwood Baptist Choir practice will be at T:30: evening worship, 7:30
    9:30 General Church of God will with p.m. on Tuesday ?
    : a.m. The Meeting Lakelend which will last through begin

    Bellwood Baptist Chapel services Day at Ormno Baptist aervke with Mrs Sue Bell In Mid.week( services ire held on
    will follow at 10:30: a.m. at Sunday, June 7, at noon. Sunday School classci at 10:00: Midweek prayer service will '
    are announced as follows Church, The program will charge, Thursday at 7:30: p.m.
    the church. A coveted dish o'clock this Sunday morning.. be Wednesday at T:30 p.m. with
    by the pastor, Bro Herbert Walters consist of Sunday School at 9:45m.
    The Methodist Men's Club
    dinner will be served at the con- There will be cia sse. for all prayer service end Bllilo lutcly
    rlu lon of the meeting will meet on Saturday, June 6th, iffes : (the Bonk of Revelation). und morning worship it
    Sunday ,School 015: am; 11. The pastor, J. U Gaines,
    from 6:00 to 8:00
    : :
    The Adult Choir will meet for p.m. The morning worship service The\ Pine Grove Baptist Mission Brevard Lumber Company
    morning worship, 11:30: a.m. will return from vacitlon anti
    Vacation/ Bible School will be
    Its rehearsal Wednesday, 7:30: ii a member of the American

    will fallow at 10:45: o'clock with .
    held from June 8 through June: This chapel Is located 4 miles will pI.al'h, during the 11 o'
    p.m. in the chapel. the pastor, Rev. Ronald Holder, Baptist Association READY-MIXED-IN-TRANSIT CONCRETE
    12 for chlldern five years old aouth of Indian River City on clock hour tin sermon topic
    Tho Explorer Scouts will meet through the sixth grade and will bringing the morning message. the right side of U S. 1 one- will be "The Secret of Church Building Material' Lumber Paint Hardwire
    At 3:00: p.m. there will be an Lighthouse Tabernacle WE: BUILD ROOF TRUSSES '
    Thursday, 7:30: p.m. at the last from 8:30: to 11:00: a.m. half mile north of Orlando Utilities Prosperity
    Church. All Sunday School Picnic. This and is a mission of Central Dinner will bo spread on the Let Us Give You An Estimate '
    will take place at the Fox Lake The Full Gospel Lighthouse
    The Florida Annual Confer Baptist of Indian River City Tabernacle Is a Non Denominational ground ut 12:30 p.m. with every Prompt Delivery Phone AM 7-3831

    Trinity LutheranSunday Recreational Area. There will be one bringing a basket dinner A I
    ence will meet beginning Wed Church located at Mlms
    contests, and
    games .upper
    nesday, 9:30: am at Lakelandon morning worship service worship Church Of GodThe on North U. S. Highway I, past DuptHmal service will be conducted 1- --- -
    the Florida Southern Campus.The at Trinity Lutheran Church Kelly Builders at 3:30 p.m. CHAIN LINK
    Lay delegate from the begins at 10:15: a.m. The church The mid-week prayer service Tltusville Church of God Sunday School Is held it 10:00 All sets invllc-d to this great
    church Is Mrs Zack Crumpton. is located on Magnolia Ave. In will begin at 7:30: p.m., Wednesday extends i most cordial invitation a.m.t Sunday worship services day uf, fellowship, worship and
    Alternate delegates are: Mrs. Indian River City. The church isirconditioned evening In the home of Mr. to attend the services on at 11:00: spa and 7:30 p.tn, ilnglng There will be no Sun FENCE SALE

    ;Thomas Jackson and Jack and I nursery is and Mrs. Floyd Stone, 12 Fern Sundays and also through! tho Prayer meeting every Wed day night service.Jehovah's I
    1r Wheeler The Conference will provided for small children durIng Ave. week Sunday School is at 10. nesday nlKht. at 730.;

    end Sunday, June 7, at 12 noon. the service. Pastor Tejan'i a.m., Worship ut 11, and Evangelistic WitnessesThe
    sermon will be "Make Up Your Services are presently being service at 7 p.m. St. Teresa's

    ... ....e...........,. et' Mind". conducted on Sunday morning In The Youth service, held on following program to beheld S 9cUnstall.d
    .: --.------- the Indian River City Fire Hallon Hours of at the Hill /
    : Sunday School begins at 9 00. Tuesday night at 7:30: Is a worship it St Teresa's Kingdom 1422 ( ) 1 1Termln.1
    There are classes for all ages including Magnolia Ave. blessing to all. Special emphlasl Catholic Church ire announced Not'wooJ Ave., Is announced by
    : adults. The adult class Is is follows L. D Shawver local .ta,
    This li by Rev, presiding
    congregation/ affiliated is laid on youth training and Cotos Ixtri
    A / presently studying the Bonk of with the Church of God whose leadership Father John B. OHire, pastor: nlinIN'Jr.( /

    r : Romans. general offices are in Anderson Sunday Masses': 7:00: g:30, Sunday, at 3.00 p.m., a Pub- I 1
    LttendService, l Tuesday morning, at 10:00: the Indiana. Prayer meeting is on Thurs. 10:00: and 11:30: i.m. lic Bible lecture will be given bya j i.
    day night./! All are Invited to DOWNI
    board the /
    executive of Trinity
    Weekly Masses: Moid ay representative of he Watchtower -
    : I : Lutheran Church Women will come pray is long as one desires through Friday, 8:00 arm. Saturday Society, R Honuker,
    / t I. meet at the church. Tuesday eve Church Of God The new church is located on f:oo aM.ConCession. whose! luhjt-ct will be, "Science PAYMENT

    ::1 : ning at 6:30, the Junior Lutheran Of ProphecyThe Hopkins" The pastor's phone Saturdays 4:00./1: / 00 Upholds Bibla Truths;. Follow > 36 MONTHS
    Choir will rehearse; it 7:00: I is 267-7094. and 7:00-11:00: : p.m. ing the II'ctJreIt 4:15: p.m., the r
    E'' r'l'TfeI : the Adult Choir will rehearse. Church of God of Prophecy ---- I weekly study of the Bible will PAY! /pA

    : .Week1at : : Thursday morning, from 9:3011.30 1218 Norwood, Ave., Rev be held on, "Whit Does, God'iKingdom
    I : the first In a aeries of 0. A. Dudding, pastor, announce PUBLICIZE I Come, Mean To you?" Direct FactoryTo
    : Teacher Training Courses will be the following services ,I","r You
    Every Tuesday at 8:00: p.m, I'TO

    i your own .: held.course Pastor at the Tejan church will teach and the all Sunday service School, 11:00,: 8:45: a m.i.m.; Worship SERVICES OR ed mother Bible study The la conduct I, .= r/

    on, 'Uubylon Great Has
    those Interested are urcgd/ to at- AlseSummer
    i : tend. Prayer service Tuesday eve SPECIAL I EVENTS "' Fallen< God' Kingdom Ruloi." tile Price
    I. place, The newly organized "Couple.Group" ning with Bible study, 7:30: p.m. Du<' to the Semi.Annual Circuit .n Redwood er Cyprett
    'I' : Young peoples service Friday Assembly in Orlando, the Theocratic
    f of Trinity Lutheran evening 7:30: p_m. ON THIS PAGE Mlala '., School Scheduled
    i' ,ot worship : Church will meet at 7:00: Thursday HERCULES FENCE CO.
    for Thursday ;Aenlrttf ,11 aM the :
    evening. The meeting will Sunday, May 31, will be the 5th Veu'll be phased with the response from Will
    you fit reaching weekly Service Meeting be
    :1 : be a Luau and "splash party" at Sunday and there will be in all the people of North Brevird, County For Free IDImiUs Call
    through the columns ol held on Friday evening at 0:43p
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