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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: June 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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j North Brevard Business Firms Present 1964 'Itusvllle High Graduates.i' ,! ; ; '

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84th Year No. 68 32 Pages Today Titusville. Florida, WednesdaY June 3, 1064 5c Per Publi&hed
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I THS To Graduate 248 Thursday ::11

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Allana Bourne

Cooperation In Water Use David DeVlesc, I I

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A Reduction Praised By CM. o!. exercise for 248 '
numbers\" of the Tltusvllle High

School Clan of 1D64 are icheduletl -
I \ for I p m. tomorrow it ) I I

"Residents are cooperating have to let up some schedule die. They should water them Dim Field. I
.,.n well and It appears we won't for use of water on lawns, enough to keep them alive, but It In the ichool'i largest! class I
t have to let up a schedule for shrubs, etc., but ilnce we made not use the water In IICf'''. ( r of graduate end li only a fore I I
t water use," City Manager Cleveland our appeal for residents to re- The cooperation: tint hat cut of bigger! chances: to corns:
Tilmidge told the Star-C dues their use of water, they been shown Indicates, tint time aoinithing like 1,10 to 371 exported '.

I Advocate this morning ai he dill: have shown fine cooperation: wells ire supplying enough water next year
cussed the continuing shortageof "We just urge them to continue to meet the current reduced de- 0i i Lastear'e class: wit 179 h
city: water to cooperate: /in reduction of mends a"We're fclmnu and in 1W1! there Wfre 161
"We had thought,Jut week and water use. We don't want them seniors In receive dlplomlii., .
earlier this week that we would to let their lawns, shrubs, etc: asking people who Highlight: of tomorrow'nlbt',
might normally water every day, program, which spparently his
to mike It every other day or been arranged primarily for the

+, every third day and, linen" who' benefit uf the students and their
1 r't d +er.le+i'wti water every oilier day to skip parents, will be the awarding of

The Case Of TheMfssinyFisIr lit rixtra one tin diplomat. Following the custom
I. "We want to leave this reduction of several yearn, there will
10. la use strictly on a voluntary + bo oo speaker,

basis, ai lung n people are Rev. Charles Dales will give
v cooperating. We'll check the( use- the Invocation and Rev. Claude '
L ag. avcf..,.the period) of the next Ttjin the benediction In between
week orjloiday awl V make a Principal T. 0.
I Scarborough will
NEW MAP Three members of the vocational drafting Tile detective dlvjiion of the boy had gone Into the utility) determination then whether or make Introductlona. AllansUimme
class at Titusville High are shown with the results of a 'TUusvllle I'ollclDep.rtment, hid room where the fish were and not we'll lave to let! up I waterIng will give the salutatory
six-months project the drawing of a scaled map of the schedule be added
took them out of the Jars In which and David DeVleae will give the
roost unusual the'
entire North Brevard area -from the Volusla Countyline a : cast over they were kept. lie then put Talmadge said he rcillr.esj valediction.Loli .

to and including Port St. John. The map project was titled weekend."The It Cise could of very the)' 100 well MI.In be.- them into one large/ Jar to play j Inert, ire i'some .buiUHiu firms NEW COAT OF AHMS -- Titusville High School has t Culrigbt will sing a ..,a..,.

requested by the County School Board for aid in make ri "". with them', and later gave themto ;lin lubdlvision development that new coat of arms or insifma as shown'" above. It was used ". Believe"Presiding .
ing population and enrollment studies, etc. Shown (left j It' another boy to play 'with and hive been using. water at a high
for the first time the of 'the school maadne"Jmpctua" over the
and'Mrs on cover awarding of
It Mr. '
begin Sunday
to right) are John Fanton, -Schdol Supt WOOdrow Dar?, olio, boy'f father.took them awayfrvnt rite where lawns. are new and d
'den, Bennie Hinds and Richard jMoon. The threL1'HS'studenta Arthur:.,R. Gaud of Aril .4 hiAi, because til thought that''that the rti-IwJnJ*" contacted, WhIch .is befntf{ dlstribqtcd! today, The '"less will, be Xivervlewrjlnclpe o'
presented a copy of the map to Supt. Darderf Lakevfew AVfrfiiJi m >; fawned hwue .flil lt were 'dylnn He took thin, ,_ asking them to'Value* thii. MS*, w.v,," r uI'roundlnh.I e coat ot I arms ii lymjMic\ of 'the+ -'; .,.- "*, fv.ni)"dseghler turchin,M wbctbu '' the a
.;7 yesterday and are making'ojhef toptes,which are"vaU;'" 'IhDm"rihrob'' davr:imtvhM'ok t 'to'' 'a nrarbfi; d anon hoiTtniiw-i '; VHe '"''d,..hit"HB V" trrdiy Indian, River.F{ The t'ocket.rtn the mlddleJreptlisents( the d'II| 'Aislktint 1'ruiclpal\ Frank): 7

able The' map is eight feet frond top to oot\on'f"rid"b\ town. Uport that: their return they, die'revered log. their, value, thfew them In. were cVltlcil' pf t .tke. rUy using moon' shot effort, which will be mad rear Titusville. Tomdsle," John N Forbes Jr..
four feet wide. It drawn from Information obtain.-' over 100 "of their he hid water! at the city 'nursery at the
was. Mr. Giudct listed that The quill and gavel are aymbolic of the fact that Tltusville rhilnnn of the rasi! sponsors,
ed from plats, aerial photographs, etc., and includes all Siamese Fighting: fish were misa- been collecting the. Ooh tor the South Lake sewer pUot and be and School Board Chairman Rob.
streets and roads, etc in the area.-S-A Photo). Ing.The past three years and hid been pointed out that the city will do \\f the county seat of Brevard. The mask and lyre rrt Hudson.

fish are small tropical crossbreeding them to got different the same ai they're asking othersto represent drama and music, is part of tote culture of the Dills'Jtodrlguei will b.l1.nisl p

l- ones which hive very beautiful color fish! The fish were' do-reduce the use but not school and area. The winged; foot symbol/es( : athletics. for the; processions! and \meccaahonal.

Take 'i fins. The males are the most kept In separate ,bars' be'ceuae.IL entirely eliminate it. The torch and surrounding rings symbolize (earning with

Jaycees > beautiful and sell for $175 to they are put together they fight He said that some people maybe emphasis! on scientific advancement Colors of the coat Other, clam: ipnntori ire Mri.Marloa .
12 29 each The females cost: and kill each other or damage accused of excen watering, X. McUster
of blue 'and white the official school colors. Glenn O.Phllllpi ,
arms are -
about 80 cents each. their fins. but reminded the public that a Arthur Tolli Dale
Upon.,' Investigating, around" the The boy who took the floh was number of local homes have It I Is planned that' the school rings pi' next year will contain Kelly, Raymond J. Craig, CharIr )JI..

No 'Holiday neighborhood, Dot. Sgt Tony turned over to juvenile author their own wells and\ may be using the coat t,of arms shown above.-(S-A Photo), R. Mimll, Joe II, Campbell: j
Suldano! discovered thit"a small Itics. this water for lawna Mill Alice C. Conner and lllai

I Janet M. MeNutt. I''
Titusvilla Jaycees sponsored a dungcrfc of constant driving with- Indian River City Resident Directs 64-Man Team Of Specialists Officer of the graduating
"Stop, Take a Coffee Break" out a 'break"' now and then. \ clan ire Joseph r Mince, President
campaign over the 72-hour Signs were Ret up at the approaches ; David M. Dlrkunn, Vice.

Memorial holiday weekend. of the booth inviting President) Msrgirct King, Sec.retiryi .

The campaign, the second of motorists to "take a break". with Space Work Demands ReliabilityIn and Glee) 8.. Chapman
;_ its kind sponsored by the local coffee ir., Treasurer
Jaycce Club, had a coffee booth, Jaycee John Hopkins was
manned 24.hours a days, located chairman of thin event with Ray t "a
at the west end of the overpass Summy 11 co-chairman, Hopkinssaid today' complex world ot .arnontlia:. structures weighing several mil that 'every pities l or equipment, It the Army BnUlstle Miscue Goldwaler Comes

on North Washington Avenue. the booth was net up Friday Industry tha ambiguous/ term Cruund support equipment for lion pound to tiny pipe fit rcgirdlf of Its doe or individual Agrncytl Liaison'; Office In

Along with coffee the Jayceea at 6 p.m. and was open continuously Quality Assurance has multiple the mighty Saturn (family l IIf rotketi ting/ which must be surgically Inuoirtance, : measures up to Chrysler's Detroit missile plant,
meanings and a sliding scale the precise itsndardi Imposed From Behind
had cookies to offer weary motor- until Sunday mid which rum from the baby clean for the exotic propellant where Kedatonrs and Jupiter,
the ,
of standards.But by spice program
lull night. Saturn I, at,104 fact, to the papa that will pass through them en- forerunners to today's Btturn
The campaign Is designed "We had well over a hundred at the Nation HI Aeronautics Saturn V. at 304' fret, varies route to the locket's fuel lanka 'In! many cases," Cramer ex-, manufactured. Hurry 'Uoldwiter, according to
with" safety in mind and the object people atop and take advantage and Space Administration's' frofn Iialit, 'nlublle. 'steel service It's Russ Cramer's job to see pi sins, "we're setting entirelynew family/ were latent reports, hn approximate* v
of the whole program/ la to of eAir free coffee booth," Hop- John r Kennedy Space Center, standards for Industry. Our lIe transferred, to OI'I.ndIwo ly a 59000 vote lead over Doe,
Implant in motorists' minds the kins said He pointed out these Cape Kennedy, It .means pno requirement for welding I I yeirs later to head the. ABMA Nels-H// Rockefeller! In the bid]

people represented almost every thing perfection, or u near to soldering and cleaning, for example industrial\ Liaison Office st the for Cslllfornlu'i' la voles it (he
Pool dale in the eastern part of the it as I I. humanly possible. ire Mine of the most exacting Morns Company plant, where! COP: National Convention ,in
Swimming United Stales The demanding: reliability re- / evil established." Perihlnj missiles are msde. San Francisco next month.In .

qulicircnti of America's the. eaily balloting kit
"We had in opportunity, to To meet such specifications, Then In August 1001, he joined ..
prrhap. ihe'molt ,,,
Schedule Set talk to many of these mulortetaand programs art night took the' lead<<
found the Idea met whole- stringent In the nation's history Cramer his his personnel stationed NASA's Quality Assursnc only to relinquish It liter In.

The swimming pool it Titus heaitcdly with their approval. They have to be ,; ,I ptJAY at rapidly rising new Division st the Marslmll Spare' Rockefeller ai the North' Call
We received complimentson The record speaks 'lot lt ell. 11 launch end construction dies on Flight Center In lluntivllle, forma retnmi favored the New
School will be many
ville Hli.h open ,
Y Alamabs, is a Project Engineer.
for membership swimming starting the project," the chairman Six astronaut have been sent ti lr Cape Kennedy, and at nearby York Governor I'

tomorrow, according to Truman inid. into apace and all six carried Mirritt |*Jand, where NASA Iss When the Kennedy spice Center This ha* been, a hotly contestid -
Scarborough, Tituiville Hopkins give .the praue '' for out remarkably successful mia mult! million dollar spaceport. organ looking for s man to primary armless clmifled as
of eons b i P head their newly formed QA of- almost a ;:'efaor-du" one for
High principal :and tin official the success of" the project to ,?w f t His men work closely with design -
Spicrport; Inc., the operators of members of his committee and Cut even the Quality Asaur- enfclnsers' to see that exact flu:**,itLthe Cape about a year GoMwater In Ma bid for .the
tile pl also the JBi (high school JCs( )) sore) requirements lor their itsndardi for equipment are written agny Jhey,,, Went ta Grami-r 'for.. re GOP+I nomination, resulting 19:*

The pool will be open to members and the Jaycee Wives, who augmented \ flights must"be exceeded In the intyieich, contract: with Industry commendations he came up with votes
tomorrow from 10 am. to members of his commitIce. : Saturn launches., to' come, the Quality Assurance sped- six names. None of the six could

I p.m and thereafter Monday .> v v, ones that .will cirry American allots then follow that equipment, masseurs' up to the demanding& Special, Council
through Saturday from 10 a.m. "We feel certain," Hopkins to the moon this decade and on (from blueprints and manufacture qualifications of the anew job, Meeting TodayA
to 'I or 9.30 p.m. Sundays it raid, "In a .mbU Way 'we may interplanetary travel in the sti' home plants to'delivery however six! Bus wit than asked
will be open from 1 to t p.m. have prevented ant 1 accident or years to follow. and Installation at launch sites. If he would take .Me\ (million.He tpeciul meeting been of TltiuvUl
City Council has called for
This schedule will be"in effect possible death. And Uwe did, The man most responsible for
'School- \1f' Cramer's/ Job Is, obviously one accepted Immediately be,,. S,30 p in tuda/ correct an .r-
until June 22, when the tire many hour worked was seeing that launch support &e
cause a
a new organisation, .
wi'h awesome retponslbllltles, cur In the |4 2 million revenue
city summer recreation program( welt worth the effoit/' equipment for such! minions Is particularly when each rocket felt' he "wisn't' inheriting a lilt fold bond resolution
k started. The uhcdule starting of the highest caliber humanly established
Juno 22 will be from 1 p.m. toa $8,000 Race Track possible, is a Delta Chi and enElectrical launch Involves millions of'dullar ': could try out some practices new' Id,..and.. TIll resolution pmied May 11,-
culled for :
tie Issuance
IB hardware and months of of ",.185.000 ,-
p.m. Monday through Saturday Tax Checks Mailed : Engineering griduateof
ml 1 to 6 p.m on Sunday Michigan State University, work. It Is, In tart a job (hat I IsIn "Then'' U they dldnl work excise tales revenue bonds
Swimming classes in the summer State Comptroller Hay E. clan of '33. Itsc'f measured by stringent .ut," he did, ".U 1'tf have ta dci of the City of TltiMvllle. and see
Undsrds, but Russ loves the to find the guy to blame, wouldbe lion 1 of the 'resolution provides
program will uie the! pool Green said today race Deck tax As Chief of (he Quality Assurance
chall'nge. to look In (he mirror"fortunately that same li adopted' pursuant lapravlslcwt
hours for fun.1) checks for $3,000 being ;
during the rooming/ are Division for NASA I l, Y _

Instruction.Membership: mailed, to each of the (7 counties. Cape Kennedy. Russell A. Cramer A It's been 4 long, winding route and to the btne Law I ft florldl of Chapter, Act of:591834.159;

in the pool is ft directs a 04 man team of engineer fur Cramer hem the campus o! fit of the U 8. spice: program, and ether applicable
per po rein per year, with a Cram laid each county has *, lechnkaas and research MSU In Cape Kennedy Enruute he hasn't bad to look yet lie IlOw.Aceortlllll. : provisions'of
charge of 23 cents for children: received20,000! from the 'fund specialists dedicated to assuring he spent 21 sears In Industry doing to
Married' to the former Vivian City Manager
and JO cents during the current fiscal period. NASA the
and student per get best productfor every thing; noon production, RutH-h of Detroit, Russ Cleveland\ Talniadge the reiohi
adult for entrance The ft membership which! la ta Increase of $21,000 lie money This Jed'group cor.tiol work to process development
makes his home In Indian River' lion> should be amended to read
fee U for the Spate: ever the same perlod",Jast fiscal is Increasing rapidly! to onset the of net Indusl.'UI techniques City.. The Crimers hive lour wherever and, whenever
Auociatioe and thus enables year. One more check will be varied chiilcages of they
port today's In such' areas s* welding children hill'
Russell. 22, Anthony appear la said resoluthnT'Cbipt "" :
the to qualify to smiled, IA the counties. before the space and will
person programs number In 137, he titans A..I.t.nlClWef .
----- 21, Raymond I'. sad Mary r 63-2001, ,Laws :
pay admission. new, Local! year begins well over 100 within a few all..11 A. Cramer ut industrial Eng VMerlnj Louisa. 14. Florida, S icUl Acts cl Ml**,...:

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Paaa I TItv,1I1e ('Iorlda) It..AcIecare W.dn..dryltm. 3, 111r W.S.C.S. In First

r % --- : ;- Meeting New Church Of The Year UI:1 C town I INew

Tie Women', Society of Christian :

I fll Ntno6 And Notes I Service ot the'" First ilethodlit Phone ZI7-3W4 adil s rC M

r r rl Nord 8r'epord er Church of TltuivlUe held Its

; first meeting of the new church J said Les.
families are still moving Association Monday \\lUIit along'i j.JKe !newspaper "They
year Tuesday, June 2, beginning don't'recdve graduation
Into our area at a rapid pace with Joe Rothenburg, vice president gifts
at 10:30: I.m. one of the newest being Ed and Rossnne (Mrs. Richard)) either" Lea continued, "so all

After the business meeting, Roberta Wang of 2785 Pinerldge Goodwin secretary and Nellie these gifts make It seem more

Mri. M. H. Foe gave a reporton Drive. The young couple have (Mri. Edwin) Burke, treasurer. like Christmas.Les .

Miss McCallister : the recent annual conference three children Michael, 0 Deborah Installing officer and guest recently invited 15 senior

EngagedTo i at First Methodist Church of Orlando 7; Tanya, 6 and are expecting rpeaker was Fr. Spellman of friends to his "American home"
I another addition In July. Our Saviour's Catholic Churchin with Mr and Mrs. R. L.
which the attended ai a Price
Allen Mitchell Katz II delegate.An The Wang family moved here Cocoa Beach. Fr. Spellman 1610 Oriole Ct., to view two color -
4 several weeks ago from Soother spoke to the group on the "par films and numerous color
Impressive reception was
love It." ants responsibility for their
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. MeCallmter Mitchell Katz son of Mr. and Tfiyri held for new members presidedover California and "just slides of Johannesburg and So.
Ed transferred to the Cape children' religion.
of Orlando announcethe Mrs. Harry Katz, Eau Gallic. by Mrs E. D. Scaodrett.( was Africa taken recently by his par
engagement of their daughter The bride-elect was graduated !\ There were thirty.two new mem- with North American. Seems to A special program tor the enta Les bas been taking color
Louise Annnctte to Alan from Winter Park High School sp ben received for the year just have been a good transfer too, evening was provided by second film of Titusvllle and of his
and Florida State University eaded.Mr sine Ed! enjoy spending his f rode students of SIster M. Patrick many trips and special events

She Is presently employed as a \ ., Richard darldge presented spare' Urn fishing, hunting and and.. fending them to his parents
Titusville Art teacher of physically handicapped 1tJ; a program entitled To Are doing" ether sports popular in our Committee chairmen announced Last Saturday! Dick Price, hit
at the North toward Re. Christ Called". area. Michael of course Is a this week by Mrs. Tagudln son Gary Lee J. C, Talley,

habilitation Center Titusville. ; Sixty members and guests enjoyed typical young lad and accompanies wore Mr. and Mrs. Bud Tompkins Harry Siemcn Jr., and Charles
League Slates Her fiance was graduated from a luncheon after the meeting his dad OB the. sporting ex ways and means; Mrs Evans went on an all day deeps

Melbourne High School and Florida adjourned, with lovely table peditions.A Loretta Wu>y, telephone; Mrs. ..a fishing excursion out from
State University. He Is now decorations arranged by member former secretary Roberta' Alice Llndaey, home room mothers Stuart. Lee caught the first fish
Summer CourseSummertime on the faculty of Sa bill Elementary favorite paittfanes are sewing Brown and Emil
of the Mabel Larch Care Chuck and really had to fight to pull
School Melbourne. The church secretary, Un. and cooking, and It looks as 1.1II t1. co-chairmen for playground him in.
la almost here The couple will be married on Kenneth Ifnwe, was surprised though! Deborah and Tanya are ; Mrs. Mickey Madders,
and most school activities are Juno 13, 1904, at Mead Botanical y with a cake and lovely gifts from going to follow in her footsteps. Hbra-yj; Mrs Natalie Redman In his "spareT" time, this pop.

'-coming<< to a close. There are, Gardens Winter Park All circles and Individuals In appreciation The girls love to tinker In tho Blue Ladies and Mrs Kay Koran islet lad baa been taking a lifesaving
'aovrever' summer clssses available friends of the bride and groomare for her l kitchen
unselfish and
Il'rvlce.Parkway help Mother with convent committee. course after school at-
to those who are Interested Invited the Making R<'fi."ohmenU were served by U-adkig boating parties and even

.in constructive creative activities Latin ClubIn Tho Wang's are members of Mrs Terry Porwet. Improving his water skiing (heran
: and particularly in art all Miss Wanda Strom
Final Trinity Luthern Church but so now skim across the water
year ,round. j Honoree At ShowerA Meeting; far, have been so busy getting Foreign exchange student Lea oo only one ski).

The Titusville Art League, The Latin Club of Parkway settled they haven't.. had time to But the time U
has been busy getting short
bridal sl-.owor was given pretty
Junior High held its last join any local organizations. We
which will its art
: begin summer for Wanda Strom recently Miss the school year Thursday would like to say "welcome" to these past few weeks, net only for LN. In just a few short

.clauses on Saturday, June Oth, Nancy Russell honored the bride. May 2S, at which time officers this family and all other new with parties, trips to the beach, weeks, be will return to his

baa announced that there are to-be at her home at 224 Beverly tP for next year were elected as families In this area. etc. but with future plans for family and friends in Johannesburg -
-still! openings for students who St. Wanda was presented follows: but not without memories
Jiave not yet registered for the with. a tieloto corsage then a. President, Carole Sanders his return homo later this month M top of memories of his year

course. games. were played prizes being Vice.President, Wendy Krall,; Titusville chapter Legal Secretaries and his first school graduation at Titusville High.RUMMAGE.

Th. dosses will be held every awarded winners :" ,.01 Treasurer, Mary Moore; Secretary International will have a tomorrow night
Saturday morning for a period Many nice gifts were received ;" Linda MosIe,. board meeting tonight at 7:30 Although Lei finished high SALEat
":'of tea weeks (except for a joint by the bride-elect The club had a very successful p.m. at the home of Martha (Mrs. school in Johannesburg, So
Donald) Perry, 1531 Hibiscus. TiiusvllU Chamber
evening clan' scheduled for Refreshments, carried out the year, the two main events Africa last year, there were no of

"July: 3rd Instead of July 4th). theme of sa umbrella In color '""", being a Roman Banquet held In Baccalaureate or graduation Commerce
:The beginners' class will be used thru- .- -- Marcs and a Pool Party held Jackie (Mrs A. L.) Tagudm ceremonies "The only way a Saturday, Juno eth, 9 '.m. on y., .
of sad white
:.Vrotn 8:45: a m. until 10:15; the yellow of Mto Loulio Annette McCallister/ on May 19th Lots eC fun was had was installed as president of student knows foe aura ha has Sponsor
out. Nut were made
:advanced class, from 10:30 until sugar molded cups wedding bells attached F ., ".. at both of these events. St. Trre a'. Home and School I passed is .to sea if I his name isle Indian. River Grange No. 181"

-tiuon. to a 'tyrofoam bane Mixon-Scott

"* The course, taught by Mrs Cuetts attending were: Miss w+ar fk FIRST
Naida Loudon, will emphasize Cathy Smith Miss Terri Jo TRY FREDRBCKS

!basic drawing principle. and Qass, Mlsi Jeanne Larson Miss Vows Said

.Techniques. This will give the Nancy Lankford Miss Skipper YOUR FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE

student a broad yet specific Morton Mrs Betty Masck Mrs. Miss Elsie Juanita Scott daughter

knowledge and understanding ofUhe Bert Gass, Mrs Sandy Schutt of Mr. and Mrs Ben Scott ,
foundations of all fine .art Katoer, Mrs. J. W. Groan, Mrs.Weadoill .
of 610 Tropic Street became the $1 DAYSMEN'S
dorms ,Barker, Mrs James
bride of Horace Mixon son of
:. Registration for both begin Gross Mrs Bob Cuthbertson *
Miss Nancy Russell Mrs Walter Mrs Daisy Peeples of Laurent, j'
"ners and advanced studentsJUncludini
Russell andJvlrs. Viola. BenTho S. C., In a ':30 a m. ceremonySaturday I LEATHER BELTS
children'aM adultawill ). .

"from- be g a.m.held until Saturday noon'ci"" ,Aino the 6th1 Art 'i\,,'. ,t..r '"e' who'( ,'j A)>pp:**t! by with."'4nd.| t ryL Regul..I.o0,. ...p, .. 2 For, $1 Dacron Compare- Cotton 1.99 I. . ., SALE $1

League<< building! adjacent to the *3Publie Library .M,.. Harry Tyler, Mrs. Kernest
Lanoux Sr., Mrs. Herman of Bohannon Camera MEN'S TIES $ LADIES' BLOUSES
r"VFW Adams, Mrs. Frsns Larson Miss Shop for about six years. The n 1

Auxiliary, Deloria Leslie, Mrs. E. R. Roger groom works as a self.employed ., r Values 1.50 ? ? 2 For Whit. Sleeveless $1

Meets At Post Home Mrs. Paul Hoover Mrs carpenter .' Compare at 1.79MEN'S .. . . .. ,2 For
Robert Young, and Miss Gail r Mrs. Horace Mixers !I I r,
Titusville Auxiliary 422S Vet-
erana of Foreign Wars held Its Thompson. Barbecue Supper STRETCH SOX 1if

.monthly meeting Monday, June $1 LADIES' TRICOT Vi SLIPSMEN'S > "' ,
*J, at 7.30: p.m. at the post home. JPM Hospital Saturday NightA Reg.sfc . ,39c or 3 For $ fl <

In the absence of the president Activity barbecue supper, pork and 59cor2for.as .
Ell) Gilbert senior vice. i. .
chicken, Is being sponsored by
president Eleanor Falser pre Admissions and dismissals' at
the Mims Church of God Saturday
;sided. Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital $1
June I, boglaning at I:M
Mri. John K. Brunsvold received May 28 and 29, are listed as follows p.m. at the church. Whit. R.g.49c 39c Or 3 For LADIES' BRAS
her obligation and wan : ph.
Adult and children's plates $1
accepted as a' new member.
Plata made for May Z8 will both be available. Fret do Compare ? $1. 2 For ,
veje" a group Admitted: Estrilo Hicks Viola\ livery be had by
ref members to attend the Award may calling MEN'S S.SL. SPORT SHIRTS $ :
'') Sharpe, Wilson SUraobangh, Agnes New Arrivals M7 42M! 1 :
.unrheon, June 13, at tho Dept.
Newton, Esther Lee, Elisabeth
"JEncimjimont at Cocoa Beach via the Stork Values to 2.99 . SALE ;
Strickland Laura Tallant DOUBLE SEAT PANTIES
Mrs Opal O'Donnell the
newly ENVELOPES: Business Sizes _
Linda Bourdelals, Rosie Leo $
Mnstalled Auxiliary president Thomas, of Titusville Virginia: A daughter! Carla Joellen Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp! 1 J
; !
-will .3900' 3 For
officially take over her Webb, Bertha Whltakcr. of Mlms; born May 28 to Mr. and Mrs E. for mailing. Full stock at Star- BOYS' SH. SL SHIRTS Ladies .
Duties! June HUt after the Installation :
Mary Vopelak of Indian River Sharpe, Titusville, weighing < Advocate. $1
of the District and Department
officers. City; Estolle Edge of Cocoa; IN. 1 oz. Regular 1.99 . ? SALE "
Susan Malnous of Christmas. '
and Parties
The next business meeting will\ A Ruxsrll Louis Banquets
Marion and son, Vopclak ---- SHOWER CURTAINSBOYS'
: Hardy
'-te Monday, July 6th, at the Post baby girl Edgar Wllley Ray. II, born May 28 to Mr. and Mrs. WHISPERING HILLS $1
Home at which
time Mrs. O'Don-
:lirll will appoint her chairmen mood Register, Harry Lee Tyler Russell L. Vopclak of Indian COUNTRY CLUBAM BRIEFS & T-SHIRTS $1 Compare at 1.99 . SALE ;
.' James Maltble of Titusville; River City weighing 9 Ibs. TVtOS.
W for_, the new year Jeannette Stewart Dorothy Dyer 7-8221 39c or 3 For r

TJtusvllle! (Florida) Star-Advocate Stephen Amoto, of Indian ----_ 1..
A daughter born 29 to rcreated
River City; Grace Klckllghter DRAPESExtra
_.(.bll.hrd IMOPuklllhld and baby boy, of Scottsmoor. Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson, in theTROPICS BOYS' 10-OZ. DUNGAREES
.w weighing!: 7 Ibs. 13 3/4 o*. *
Moo.l.M.ttttirjr $ Wldo Lined

9. W-.I..d.lIy Ado.'.11..11I.,..,.A. trldara aImotarw Admitted: May Linda 29 Csudell, Elizabeth A son, born May 29 to Mr and Reg.Sites.IS 79 to-12 On. Week Only . 1 Regular 88c . . 2 For | t
Mrs. E. Thompson, weighing 6lb.
At TO.amW.Advocate Mclaughlin, Leland Smith,
.. 13 7/8 ox.
till Mon a root Jr. Infant daughter of Mr. and
Tltwouulal FL, Mra. Jimmie Thomas of Titus A son, born May 29 to Mr and I 11J. GIRLS' BEACH COATS y
ville; James R. Drury of Indian Mrs. A. Caldwell weighing 7 $1 PLASTIC TABLE CLOTHS $
MM H..H.l .HudMin. Itud.o, 1',''vP.'. River City; Kerry Bellflower, of Ibs. Little Girls' Terrr Cloth
o Rotort H Hud... ...,.,.,.,.... Cocoa. Regular 199 . .. SALE 54 x 54 R eg. 1.59 SALE

e.'o.d Clala p04lI.,. pale at Tit.... Discharged: William Drew .. ".,... US 1 1a
IIW.. FlOrid. Leon Simon Mearl West, Mer- ,... ::.._ ., t x

._: 1..1,1.MtMIlJO C.:... .: ._, ..t.. Irae Whitehurst Valeria White- AlA SPECIAL COMPANION ITEMS! GIGANTIC VALUES!
N.N.uI _1..1 .,_I.u.e hurst Darbara Zleglrr, of Titus ,

:: 110m., H "..,too., Publlikw ville; Linda Dorsey Linda Fuxco ... ..,....".., D e I
HabOTt" H Matron. Kdllnr: Jacqueline Norment, of Indian 'a. .I' Compare 13 ONLY MEN'S SUITS
"'- David Dunn, Advorllilnc N MEN'S SUITS :
Mar River aa..e.
City. at 39.99
Wim.oi a. l.y.rly. Clroul.. .
UaMb Mar. $ $
Nylon Cord. Compar. 11
: .orlplloBr R.... desirable -1 WEEK ONLY" SALE at 1999LATEST . . SALE ._
C rrl r !I. North' 1I'.rd
t-Tr. S7.Sit' I Mo. ttjm t Mo. 12.00 everywhere .

; lip Mall In noriil. TU"GASLIGHT" Joan Graham's treplcthoorcotmotlct SPECIAL GROUP STYLES MEN'SSTRIPED r rMEN'S
;Jtt.:: KM t M. MM | Ma. SIM wore croatod for the -
Out.ld.-rioriiU feminine! woman who cares PANTS Compar. SPORT COATS
*:tic S750 s Ma. 1400 s V4. UMI bout the offoctt of climate Value that you .. at 1 $10
.nd w.otho on hot MmpIa., Only at Fredrick's 5.99 Dacron and Cotton First Ouallty
ENGRAVED .Nan. "'...cosmetics egg",Idry' "One Week Only" Compare at 19.99 ,
cake or fade throughout

JVedding Invitations the or.do.hot,.dry What cold ovor or Iho wtt LADIES DRESSES Special Sale Values lo 5 99 -SALE. $Sl.MUSE :

FREE GIFT. HELD OVER JUNE 6 boil protect d.ikel.tiro tout . .

sample at for wedding}Just book.looking.1 FOR TICKETS AND RESERVATIONSCALL leva sneaks Its by ;: J OUR LAY-AWAY PLANS FOR GIFTS! J I

Also announcements 267-1887 v

napkins, INDIAN 211 S. HOPKINS
thank you notes, RIVER AVENUE

Call I. River Plate I


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**....". J m. S, 1H4 TUrnvRIt (PtoMa) ttsr-AeVeoH fait 1 Visual Screening
Impressive Number Of Brevard I a.ra..a.r.
---- Results Tabulated I IW

First Methodist Porter To Join Mental Health Visual abilities screening In
fublic DefenderAssistant County Graduates Attend Bit county schools was completed
recently and results are. bring
Vacation Church County Solicitor Consultant An Impressive number of net 14 at 8:00: a.m. Both will beheld tabulated
DaVid Porter announced yesterday high school graduates In Bre- at the college campus In Dr,, Werner Met, director of
he is resigning to become yard attend Brevard College, Cocoa guidance and psychological services -

School June 8 8-12 Assistant Public Defender for Visits Clinic cording( !( to re.ults of a survey said more students were Gifts Distinction]
Brevard County. just released by the college tented this year than last year, of
Porter said he plans to leave Frahm when over 12,000 were scrrenod
The First Methodist Church of the solicitor' office within two Miss Dorothy Schroeder, special registrar, James Whitney. Receiving Tests were given to those referred

TltOTVllle will hold Vacation weeks, a post he ha* !held for a consultant hi the clinical facilities The survey showed that graduates by their teachers, and Watches Clock
Church School for one week, beginning year and a half, to become Pub section of the community of Cocoa High School and Basic TrainingAt most all of the basic group in I| I' 11
June 8 and ending June ,lie Defender W D. Frederick' research and service branch of Melbourne High School represented the new phase system wore Ring Shavers

12, under the direction of Mea assistant. the National Institute of Mental the highest number of tested, since the primary pur I Charm Men's Jewelry ;
belle Gibson, Children' Department Health and professor of Social Bievard County high school Great LakesLawrence pose of the tests Is to determine I \
Frederick! saId he had been Work at the University of Michigan Bracelet
Superintendent In attendance at Bre the cause of slow reading, anti |
for assistant for graduate Pell't
ritcMng an visited the Brevard County
help the child improve in read-I t
There will be dUlles for children several!' tnonttis' and wa "very Guidance Center recently vard Junior College during the L. Frahm Jr. 18, inn and over-atl achievement as I Wt Can Pmondli Your Gift with Engraving. II
now In the five year old pleased" to name Porter to the Spring term which ended May ion of Mr and Mrs Lawrence
Kindergarten through sixth 'I"1st. "Brevard for the first time, For the pant two years bliss 29. L. Frahm of 2107 Garden St.. well.Thli
Schroeder hat tan studying year, for the first time It
grade The Kindergarten croup'will will have an assistant public defender Over 280 stucdnts were graduate Titutville, I Is attending basic
mensal health! and child guidance will be noted in a child's recordIf
be under the leadership of devoted to case arising of Cocoa High School and training -at the Naval Training Jay Bee JewelersINDIAN
he has been tested in
This to
clinics Yhrntighmit te United
Barbara Sanders, Mary jean In that county, ke acid. 244 were Melbourne High School Center, Great Lakes, III.
States She Is interested In current prevent duplication
He also laid he will soon release Tltuavllle High
Bea Could. Primary graduates.
Thompson and Mi new budget Brevard trends in their activities, the School graduate totaled 95. The nlne-week training Include years RIVER PLAZA" J4T JM7 .. INDIAN RIVER CITY II
activity I I. being planned naval orientation, history The tests .
battery of administered
relationship of clinics to the community were (
Commissioners will be "The Slort
With" A Contclence"No
by Joan Claridge, and Junior County problem which clinics "It is Interesting to note", and ergnninotlonseamonship, or- by four qualified testers .
asked to (14,000 to
activity by Mary Story. pay support said John Haynes, director of dnunre and .
mint face and attempt to solve, gunnery military
defender' office,
the the same Guidance, "that distance to the ._ ,, ._ 1
fir t aid and ----- --- -- --
Besides these leaden, a full amount paid last and other aspects t>f their pro. drill survival. ---- --::= : = = :-"" -- -- -
staff of excellent teachers will "When Porter assume year hi* 1ut. grams college does not appear I to be a Daring t the training" recruits

bo recognised later. lea as'assistant public defender The Brevard County Guidance crucial factor when the number are tested and Interviewed which ,,

Time of the school Is 9:00: a.m. and we hire a new investigatorfor Center It one of two (electedfront of high school graduate from tletermtnes their future assignment ''
to 11:SO a.m. A full program of Prevard at $8,400 a year, the twenty community clinic Melbourne or Titusville .ta terse In the Navy, Upon completing 'I
study, craft woik, slide pictures, public defender1 office will act. In Florida to be visited by Miss pared to the number" of gracfaatta the program they are I I Defrosting I Ever !
from Cocoa.
refreshments, songs and wor Bally be spending more money In Schroeder during her current tour assigned! to service schools for I
ship Is planned for all depart. Brevard county than it Is taking of clinics In the southeastern 'Each school teem to have n Uxhnicil training urto ships and I
ments. A nursery will be pro out," Frederick said. part of the United State The local proportionate: number of itigraduates elation :tor un-lhe.job training i "
vided for teachers' children clinic liar been open! only alx In a Navy rating H
under the direction only Porter received his law degree month It Is the newest of Flor in attendance! !, Hay- specially FROST I NEVER FORMS I
of Irma Nor. Mel suld.He .
from Stetson University in 1959! ida's community menial health
man.A He plans to open a law office in and child guidance clinics affiliated also pointed out that this ON TRIP NORTH I I
last minute request has Indian Rim City to supplementthe with the State Board of trend shows every sign of contin General Electric

been made for empty detergent fart-time defender' post, Health ulna He cited as an example Mr. and Mrs A. K. Schenckleft Lowest Operating ,

bottles, so will anyone who. has which pays $000 a month, plus Miss Schroeder expressed a the large/ turnout of potential Friday for a two weeks' trip
some please drop them tiff lit the expenses keen interest In the present students at a pre.testing session /fin which they plan to daft In Cost! I rIl

Education Building The public defender's office services of the local clinic and held Saturday, May 23 New Jersey and will meet their Proven In test with 8 't' "
wee formed In July, 1903, after son, Rill at Johns Hopkins University
Its role In the development of a "Three hundred and twenty competitive "no-frost"
Registration for Bible School Baltimore, Md. Bill who
the US Supreme Court ruled the community mental five mostly high school .. .
is being taken at the Education comprehensive: persons; has completed his freshman models based on G. E. -
state must provide an attorney health program. graduates showed ," he said. year F
up laboratory testing under
Building on Sunday from 113-: for any needy defendant accused tfhere. will return here with
"And this I Is of several!
just one
11:00: o.m., or if you can't be .f t 'I.'IOIIY.Sisler pliem for the summer extreme usage condltions. f
sessions which we'llhold
Circles testing -t";
there, we will register on Mon Apollo "
throughout the summer ENVELOPES business Mtea -
day morning before nine. Globe 50 TimesThe He said that other testing sessions Also Kraft Envelope with clasp Biggest Freezer! 5 .
Dies After
37,300.pound un m aniit'dApLllo are scheduled: for June 24 'for mailing Pull dock at Star I Holds Up to 126 '
Graduate Records dummy at I I'OO: pm. and again on Aug- Advocate. I
Lbs. of Frozen
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Exam BJC ScheduledAt July 11 Short Illness May launched 28 at circled 12:08 p the,m. paCl.'crsft'1 . . . . . I Food!. ,,,- .w

Mrs Edward Carrera, 59, ulster time and had .a three EASY TO TRY : Much more room for I
The before 7
graduate record examine- re
I of hire .Donn Scarle of TI. span 'frown foods than any | r' ?
lion will 'be administered at tusvflle, died yesterday in Cleveland noBphere The National Aeronautic and : PROFITABLE TO USE other leading com par- %
Brevard Junior College on Sat. Ohio, following a short ill able refrigerator.' -,
Administration set the More Call Mean More Business -
urday, July 11, according to ness. Remains are being forwarded Spice .
John Haynes, Director of Quid. to Florida for funeral time of the crsft's fiery demiseat Slide-Out Shelf f I
Sunday, May 31. 8
once rt the college. services and interment at Palm 8:30: p.m. a 2
This was the sixth.,successful 44 Porcelain En y --
Cemetery of Winter Park Cox. .
of the Saturn I and l 81
Haynes said that Individual launching amel r
Parker Funeral Home being in Vegetable #
THusrllle Area Cocoa It Cocoa Beach
desiring to make an application charge was the first firing for the Apollo B

for this test should have -an ap- The deceased 'was a resident model. p 267.5530 83..7031. Drawers / _I.. !IglluflWu

1 plirfltlon submitted to the' Ed. of (Cleveland many years, and . .
!! !! ! !f .
1 CamOfer)jlouse
ulhtional Testing Service at had winter homes in Miami Mrs of .-. .. _'-i. _.
I' J Princeton, New' had' She was a member of the '
Jersey no later Bench and Hollywood She,
than June 26, 1964. many friends In South Florida. Cleveland Quota Club, the Cleveland I I $287 ,1,1 A :
Survivors are her mother, Woman's Club, and the n
Application forms can be ,obtained Mrs. Lena Caldira, who Is critically Catholic Church Services will be INDIAN RIVER I NitVolumt
from Hayncj by writing III in a Cleveland hospital conducted by Father Wells of 'WEEKLY
to him at Brevard Junior 'College her husband, and two sisters, St. Margaret Mary Church In I
or phoning 032.ill], Mrs. Searle of Titusvllle and Winter Park at 2 p.m. Saturday. I
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fig* "tv."".. (FlorMi.) gt.r........* W dnMUy, June 1,1M4 : Tides
Cocoa Beach Chosen As Site For High sir !

Mims Area Happenings Wednesday' JUIM I Brevard Lumber CompanyREADYMIXEDINTRANSIT

Commissioners' February Meet 2:02,aw.. 8Z3: a.m.
.. 2:32 p,m. 8:45: p.m. CONCRETE

Vacation Bible School Dates Set County Commiiiloncr George ed by county commissioner from 2:58: am.Thursday! June B 4:20 a.m. Building Material Lumber ROOF-TRUSSESLet Paint Hardware

King/ Jr. received word today all over the state and will also be WE BUILD
3:36: ,m 6:46: p.m. Estimate
that Cocoa Beach has been officially attended by toning' directors, p U. Girt You An -
By Mr. Gladys McLendon formation call the Baptist summer recreation closed today, selected by the Stale Association county' engineers county attorneys Friday June S rompl Delivery Phone AM 7.3831
Church Office AM 74436. but will reopen June 2 Mims Methodist Vacation your child need help with his as the site for the annual In ill 67 counties 4:38 p.m. 10:45: p,m,
Bible School w1U begin June 6th. reading? There Is still a place I
lronler.nce February -
midyear This will be one of the most
and end June 19th. There will Mother and Daughter Isnquot for him in the readmllllaa. during
1120, 1965.
be classes for 3,year.olds upUru' Important conferences for governmental in Writing
Girl Scout Troop No. 938 helda summer recreation If Interested The, conference rohcadquurten Wizard Batteries -
Junior High, also i nurtn 1 officials In that It will Dependable
the school oLke.
Ban- call
Mother and Daughter : will\ be the llaniada Inn and
s ,' prodded for those workers quet, last t Thursday at the Mime the Capo Colony Inn, bo held Just prior to the next 2* Alt Guarantee
with small children. The time is Fire St iliun The troop opened Art Dltplay meeting of the Slate Legislature, *aea *
00-1J.30: am. each day Mon. Commissioner King was congratulated King, who has been attempt vYdr-
with the Flag Salute anj song Till students of Stage III at Wizard 6-V. Champ.
day thru' Friday Anyone want. by the: officers and directors Ing to draw this conference to 9 5
"Pledge Allegiance" and giving Mime have shown a treat Inter- Low cost dependable
log transportation may call Mis. their laws and promise Each e4 I'l art, alter visiting Mr and the members of the Brevard County for over a ;year, 8 service! For '4054Cher.
Arthur Miller Jr AM 7.4240.. Scout then seated her Mothtr, tevnnsnn's &:hool of Art in TI. hold and motel association for received: the good news by telegram rlYeA. ., '36.35 Ply
and helped serve. his efforts In bringing this very from Ed. R Hafncr, Executive Gr. 1 mouth and others.sdee .
tusvlllii and hearing him talk.
Important conference to Brevard Secretary. of the State
For BrowniesBrown.e
Fly-Up Ceremony After the banquet, a Court of They have had on display pictures slaaao, is-v. Omsk 'S5-63 die. Wawa
Association of missioners.
Count County Conn
Troop No. 34 present. Awards was held and the alrl.wel'e drawn by the students the Y
ed a fly-up program Idbt Tuesday presented proficiency badges past few week. As viewed the I The conference will be ittend-!' ( ,;; 30 Me Ceere4oteew
an ei noon They opened sign of the Star and year drawings at school I wai quite
their meeting by giving the Flag Wizard 6-V. Deluxe.
presented to them by Mrs. DAVIS LAWN SPRAY -
pins ?
Irp-cisc'd: : with the ability of the 8
and America, after silver Cobalt plates.
Salute singing -
G. 2i-- I
R. Pennington. 128
i \ which tHey repeated the students in all subjects chosen r WENAYE TbSTq Y M--w ..... Fits '40-54 chew, '47.
Brownie premise. Special guests were Mrs. Rob- TI e pictures were dune In water p EM Chinch Or t 53 Ford, others

Trocp leader Mrs Francis sit Coirparato, Mrs Jack Coland coluis, paint, chullt and pomil! xdou 12-V.. ....... 55.63 0.. C16IO(
They were all very good, altht 1 TN/ Bugs alelola
Eevllle then presented those and three Cadets from Troop No.
who haj been la the Browne 619. some were more outstandingthan
others end I know the 7484 Fungus Western AutoCORNER
ot awards
l Ie troop a year their member. After presentation Morley's
children must have been real
,slp: ttjri. Mrs E D. Scand Mis. Comparato welcomed tho Worms
*. ret; accompanied by two Junior following! << now glil' Into the proud of tticm. We just hope

Stouts Elaino bcandiett and Cadets; : Nora Blair, Mary Ann they will continue: to be Inter. Fertilization WASHINGTON AVE. & BROAD ST. TITUSVILLE 287-3321
Rachel! 1 McKinney, invested Mrs. Scold, Elizabeth Lang, Janice tiled In the field of art when
Eevillo as a Junior leader Shercplated Walker and Nancy Snook. school resumes next fall. wn.
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the Girl Stout promise ----- -
Mrs. Broth and Mrs. Blair, In -

and was the pinned.10 girls She present(then, their presented charge well of\the in banquet hand. ,The had Motheis everything r' CLIP :KEE P *o W ft m I ON ,

r wings as they were flying-up the dishesof
into Junior Gill' Stouts, Each food and the many Scouts from THESE DIG quality, HUGE selections, GIANT values -all add up to
repeated a Chi Scout law and ht
furnished ham and
troop No. 930
a candle, fohuntd by the glrlj drinks. Everyone had a wonderful COUPONS'AND JUMBO JUNE SAVINGS on family fashions and home needs
repeating !in unison, the Girl
\time and enjoyed the evenIng
:: Scout promise. The assistant .
together. ;
leader: Mrs. M. J. Beville presented vacs

their badge sashes to KNoWNia
*.. each glil I and welcomed them as Mr. and Mrs 11. D. Churchill i LL:: SAVE ,
Junior Riouti' : The girls servtd Clearwater, parents of Mrs. ,

thtlr guesle.( refreshments. Lluyd Mullls, are here to stay JU
Those present were Mrs. E. D. with Rev and Mis. Mullls's THURSDAY ONLY

Standrelt Slalna.Scandrett, and family, while they attend the
Riclcl KbKinnoy, Mrs. Francis Methodist! Annual Conference I 1HUAa.

Seville, Mis. Den Lewis, Mrs at Lak.'I..nd. ONLY* IouABLAIROUro r'
BPl: TruJeau and daughter,
,Suzanne, Mrs. Daniel Lord and .Reglatrstiion HAIR SPRAY
Mrs. David
'daughter, Kathryn Klndoigarten will be open thru 11 full era 66c
Carpenter, Mrg. Jean Drawdyand Friday this week. There Is stillroom Reg.180 ?
Deborah, Mrs a
in the class, so if you Llmlflh.eushme )
-Kobert Beasley and son, Mrs
would like for your child to attend Sale
Jim Reeves and daughter, Lynn, this kindergarten before \
G. Ptnnln&lon and Mrs.
Mrs R. :
next call the school office
Sept TNVAa l ;. .
B B. Cox. AM 7.3344.. Also registration fortQerry JONIr afn fAL COUPON t { yyPl'e Ae' a ,'+si
Those girls going into Junior 0
Scouts were Diane Reeves, JanIce IACSA01.1100 1'i' 'i' / '; aA r 6 88
.. McLendon, Pat Lewis, Kar- Graduates INCH carts runs ire's % 30 to 91

;en Lord, Paulu Orawiy.CQnnlii Sd1014a t c \
'I'" :.Cox. Joyce Carp bibrr' Linda Y would b.2.11 more I IIf
I BevUlei: Carolyn Bevlllf Harriet From University 1Yhih rh wrr not specially purchased '
rNlnbawnlae r
I :'Busjloy and Linda Myers, who '
was absent due to having measl
"es. Terry Pennlnlon|[ and Of Pillsburg FRIDAY ONLY 277 Girls'
Kathy Lewis both received \ ;. ,. ,\ 7 to 14 .a..

Brownie Stars but will remain in Nicholas Orlando Berry, 213 N1ei wrtA MI. COUPON 1. tJ wAspriri

'the Brownie troop for another Golf View Drive, Titusvllle, Is oNlr SPECIAL PURCHASE ;
Iornl or loo
year for
among the 2,639
degrees at commencement exercises TAHITI FASHIONABLE CHILDREN'S SPECIALS

Visits Florida Wonderland today at the University of Sale 12' FIRST QUALITY l-pc,2pc.and
of blousonetngroup
The Baptist Kindergarten Pittsburg. ''OUIAI1Y ,. "
Mimi took the class on their aNrSEAMLESS MESH I
his M.A. in era I Ie e .u., 84C Knit nylon or Orion1 I
last trip of the year last Friday Berry received '
They went by bus to Florida Graduate Social Science. NYLONSSale A acrylic with Lycra j'
Wonderland, south of TllusvUle, The graduates heard commencement : spandex tr

the children all hud a big time speaker L. Quincy Mum- 3 $1 l
,and enjoyed the many things ford Librarian of Congress, ONLYWUA Skis COH'ON PH. IJC'ttAYOICAIANASITHuf IITTt10ISIS IARYOOII Black,blue,red,
.,there to see They also: took In describe the Information explo- selection, machine, r AJ AM Al-Pretty trims, yellow, pink, green,
Marine Uf, across the road Ion as one of the most Important ;;; T5.OWN OsANT MAID washable cottons Boys'and top and panty.EasycareWashable turquoiae..aleoLAD I
girls'37.UTTUOIW. cotton. 3 8X. 2-tone combinations '
from Wonderland. Here they problems confronting mankind AND COYIA !IT .Nude heel,smart with )
saw several animals of the 'Sea, Dr. Mumford told the graduating Sale 66c dressy sandalsRunresistant COTTON IUN TOletsas'No.isOllrl1551: in the group cs

J, Tiled and hungry the group class, "knowledge availability DMiilf-W ih-wear,apafhetti UIIHll-Cool cotton, ( f
alOUlalLY lase mesh .
returned to the Church and ate systems Involve librarians, -tit or button shoulder .. (ripper front,elastic back.
3 to 6X. and 1....
style. Boys' girls'
= :.lunch. These Adults assisting educators, computer experts
Mrs Robert Mack, teacher, and ladio-TV specialists and other SATURDAY ONLYY7rr7S
::- ,Mrs, Lloyd:! Lasliley, were Mn information scientists It is necessary \ \. !
Herbert Brcyhlll. Mn. Jack as an Independent discipline aAT.JONIT. 3 f
IT Frost, Mrs Joe Booth, Mrs. Fred If the nation and the adiA 'SAL ctwo.vp Children's Washable Boxer Shorts t I'lls" Cotton Plisse Gowns, Pajamas I IM

J= Haun and Mis. Gene Gilmore. world are to cope with the great WTG }'rlnUlOlidll, textures Cool,washable prints,pastel
RegUtciation is now open for volume of information currently .na S M L Boxer waist *Sues 2-6X Sale I 3 for I .No iron Misses'34 to 40 Sale I I.67 I

:. 'the new school year that starts being produced In stlunce and SPORT SHIRTS I SANFORIZED RIOUIARIT."

.=. In September, For further in technology-"--- --_._---- Sale $1.00 ; COTTON TWILL Children's Aluminum Folding Choir Women's l'ls* Cool Summer Bras

r.. Lightweight and strong Three styles,varied fabrics)
WORK PANTS Sale I 2 37
dale I
No sharp corners for safety e .A to C cups, sizes 32 to 42 1 117 I

-.. iiouiAair t.so '
-- BUY ONE GET ONE oNlr arrA circa couro, Sale 2.67REGULARLY S-ML Sale Women's Acetate Tricot Fancy Briefs

.Lace trims'Runproof "
.- CRSSTIOOTHrurt coLGAn otisM 3.29 PURPOSE LONG WEARING CASUALS ALL 39c & 49c 'White,pastels'Sizes 5-8 Sale I 3> FT*'i i iSal64R


M Ira sseulasiesea .Pmportionedaizeafor Children's Pre-Shrunk Shorts Colorful Cotton Sleeveless Blousettes

w.. [! oats s h rYN nNr more comtort' Cotton, Many Prln!.. Colors. Overblouse,tuck-in styles' .1

-... ? points Nylon of reinforced stressfopJses at all Textures 2 to 6x 3 M $$1' .Machine washable;32-38 Sale 87C

Acrylic ONt COAT Lehx 2nd GAL oNlr'h wiA stria C0UP0' .longer Vat-dyed wear colon, 'Girls' Cotton Baby Doll Pajamas Special Purchase I Bathing Caps

HOUSI PAINT Iorru a Is Men'l sizes 29 to 42 Matching panties'Sanforized .With Inner-rim water seal,
e t p I. HNnE FREE AIxAsettlrs1AILITS Machine washable *7 to 14 Sel I e I IeL7 a feature of costlier caps Sale 57
'""' .
FOES'' Y.Ir-yNmlNa. NY It e.IYIU felt Sale 44tmeulAAlT

raw.n rarfYCr...... NNN n., Jeaf easy RhUah 100%
E / Nic. Firat G.llon Wash h Hang
.... fr0a!} Nn.d I"MY PATIOTABLES I Sale 74' W L ngRM
? PY' Ixr cossack...r...rNder'. ,a aAT. $' ., ;), Grtn, 51
t YNNY NNa ..,., $8 GAL olaT'h ftA Ills COUP0 J 'a El MOUUI1T 1.00 .ncllr.WIt'
SMYN-NYw IMsossto L E S Sale < YDS.


I UOllI ,...... .TafTrtlzed plisse,emLwfwed,shrer cottons Sale 1 97CSMCIAl Sale I I 97

.Machine washable,colorfast;2-10 yard lengths PUICHASI IOUUUT I.J'masrm"

'' ,' Park AT. & CO.S.. .
104 Main Street AM 7-0701 OR MONTHS TOP A., .T F .t'! '-- 1 1I

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Wednesday. June I, 1'M -
TlluavtliePierldaSfer.Adveeste( ) Pit* I

New Juvenile

Big Apple Plaza-Titusville "1


Assumes Dulles I -- Magnolia Ave. Indian River City


Roy L. Klncanon has been ap NCtVIIntroductory .1 :
-.wpulnled Counselor of the Juven Get Set For Summer Time Siiol 59' Size 470
Tile Court of Brevard County I It 'Magic Secret9Temporary :

has just been announced by CookOutsk1 25 TABLETS ;1
Virgil B Conkling. Juvenile Wrinkle Smoothing( Lotion ;"
R.serred to LImit Quantities .
Judge and County Judge. = by Helene/ Curtis / ,Right ,V eE h. *," '. '

The 11.member Juvenile m Original skin lotion 1 4 "t j

Court Merit Board met May 28th Mot smooths away fine CORY FRh S AT. qCTFCUP :
and nominated Klncanon and &]r In minutes-and keeps GLASS SUNDAY SUNDAY I' "I

two other from which Judge I them for hours!
Conkling selected Klncanon Large Rubber E DINNER 1'

A former school principal and / SWIMMASK
licensed; to practice law in Vir w 500 BREWER SPLIT AU Th. Chicken

glnla; Kincanon bal been the Assutant You C.n Ea
Counselor for the Eau 6 ( 5CY045C C Ii J
Gallie Melbourne area since '-u i Safe,water-lighl. j'
1959 and has had considerable $5.77 Seller| .
$1.29 SelUrl / Burnt The B.Iloeny
success In helping! children YOUR PRESCRIPTION i4
I and SslI
mend their delinquent ways 9" PAPER FOLDING
W. meat l Yf.ee4Jr1'tdtlsalddJYy' 1 Wllh66C

: Kincanon replaces James E R tumfltH"hales' .,. ...... I -r. I :
\1 Luce who resigned March lit, PLATES GRILL LiCE
| 1964 to go with the United Fund DIN OUl ECONOMICAIIY
Bondwart"" Whit.. 1
' as Executive Secretary of thee \1"aluminum Itgi. CREAM '
At Cutters Fountain-Grill

e| Council Citizen Survey Implementation TONI! HOME PERMANENT 10s I

t 130'a9"7c 24" SALISBURY STEAK
Jl' "' 4999k Rag. 200 Sip i 1

HAPPY Siz1 r HALF-A Served with dtllctoui( I J.
BIRTHDAY Cold Cups, lie SAT. '
7ge onion gravy, buttered 650

Wednesday, June 3 LYSOl SPRAY r GALLON mludvegetablllend ONLyr
9939c roll with butter, for_
Mrs E. J. Eerrant
H F lllobil p
) ,
Terry Wisby II .. / -- ::!f;

Mra Emist Kloss ( 45C 79 Pack 5 ;1APA ,
Mrs Pat Blumer THRU

Edith Crannell Rig, 10 Mal

Mrs. L. Itamer STAINLESS
J. II McLendonCarl

Luther Boyd C Taylor $1.64 Seller! GRIL-LITE ,SIMILAC BABY FORMULA 99c Complete With Nipple B LA DES 1

Ronald Marx
Thomas BlackburnJeff PICNIC Charcoal R.g. lit Can Now S Far .

Threlkeld Doubt.
T. C: Cooper COOLER LighterOf RgSMc C .dg.
Clifford Reiser
Styrene Foam. )fait'itart.Quart. GARDEN type
Friday, June S 299 s

Mrs. John E. Marx 50 FOOT S/l INCHAeg. 1.Sf .. SAVE!

David Frances Balongue O'stcen 34 144 38ciflI

Ricky McCotter Qt. '

10 TRANSISTOR RADIO 88 Johnson b JohnsonRESUSITUBE 000000,00000

NOTICE or colaNonce : 1t
I.l hereby; rIven pureuanl JEWEL r Regular 2475 N.w i E ooooooooOOPODOOO ,
to a Final Deere >f fureUoeuredated a
June l.l. 1WI4 and 1 entered inChanonry ;
CM No Js of the
Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Adult sr Children 0,0 0 0 0 0 f1IR.
Circuit In and for Br.iv.rd County. j '1
florid, wherein OKVTHAb WAV 0000 0
NEW: YORK a New York B nklnCorporation .. FATHER'S DAY AND
<< la Ilalntirr and AbKfl .
>' > E. SMITH and, MAHAH W. I.SIt
HMITH. hln wife and MAHUAKhTII
HATCHUUm ilia-Ill, an Do.. Coot-rlay PolaroId
fcnilanta, 1 will mil to Ih. hlfhml
and. .beat bidder fir. cub at the GRADUATION CARDS GOLF BALLS
front door\ of the Untvard County
County Courthouse Klurld.. In .Tltuavllle at 11: olntk llrevard A.M. 4.98 FOUR-PLAYER OUTFITIBADMINTON I 99 C Sun Glasses
on the lath day of Juno 1IK.4\ the PO.Do-
following dxacrlbecl property u. aet silicone 3' 1 139
forth In acid hoot Decree. to win SET
Lot 111 8EACOA8T BHOKL8: vllalilldNIo._... 98C 10 5-
UNIT cording NO lo S tha. MhtTlON pint thereof I. ac... FABERGE COLOGNE DOZEN BALLS ......'.39 y
n-cordcd In Plat Huok U. Page 4 official in* laminated
fill County,. Public, Florida Kecordl, of llrevaid hardwood rocketi, 20-ft. 3 44 SPRAY BOTTLE 1 Popular Pyrenees
CURTIS K BARMEN \ cocki, ilppered carry cate_.... Walgreen

By V. a. ap.nelrrDopuly| All
Cle.kluua Quirt Sis*
I (Wed,, 111(14.( B D Snake Bits MISS CLAIROLHAIR Purpose OUT

colt IIIIMT uto. .IV fI.OKI"I'KOHTK till! ION% BKr.\AND NEW CREAM FORMULA Rtg. 1.25 ( Bradt.* 127 0.620 OF FILM!
>UI .1"Ml
IN RE: Buy all th. film you
JoIIT4TE De.......d or LUCILIC CLINTON. I-- R.g, nB think you'll mod- i
crelllora of Ilia F.l.te o( IFr' S8e 7GkJPgsrue / return unopened
Veieaaed In aaaeeet' .w\ 1v
J.I'CII.1I: CLINTON OOAMM111D for full
(lie Htata or Florida' are herebyn SHAMPOO Rt|, Ste Jar
titled and required to file any
claim. or demand. which they e CASH REFUND!
may have ai.ln.l laid ritate In
the office of the County Judge of r-- famous brand -
rlrevard County fl'Hda In the 1
Court houw at Tltuavlllit, Florida' popular rnx .
wllhla al. calendar mom hi from the t DOMINION
date of the flrnt publliatlua of thla ? ,,,' ''fib 1ru>rI TOASTER 14
notice Each claim' or demand mealbe kw?
In writing and must alala. the. 4 SLICE AUTOMATIC Rog If.11 J '
place or re.illonc. and Dual
Idiwa be iworn ot lo Ilia by claimant the cla. muni aid ,meN hie I I t."" 69 SPECIAL LOW PRICE' BEST QUALITY
agru4 or Ml attorney or It willbrome "INSTANT" $1.18 Selltrl
vnll.. .o.nrdlo to law.

Dated 8 of An, ,L the'thin Illary HOLLAND Relate:June Adminlalrutr of I.,L-uclla 1901!I R.,Union c'.TA. SWIM\ TENNIS LAWNMOWER! .cEANER! 77 CURITY COTTON BALLS

Dee.*wd AND GREASER R.. .. cotton.
June S. lit 11. SI I What) 1IW4 POOL BALLSTough
,, ailsFor baby care of for cosmetic us*. This low C

4 ITt OF TITIHtllfKorilK ; polyethylene Don Budge Tru Court prig makes It a wonderful time to stock upl

\I b... will TO r*elDDaanreeled re. shed l.by the r_ :? 69' PACK OF 275
niy of Tltuavllle Florida fur HAIR STRAIGHTHER 112Zero
firnlahlnc the f"II>wln" material 3
to be doICPRCCIPICATIONSI.. 60 699 9gex12" N-Oa. Rt(. US rive W.Tu M Telleolei.Uneie.MUoHa.dud Van**,aid Jewelry.

Full Asphalt| Coated Pi|>a and
ruling 1ga e <. each fOR r t
FltllnP.W aa 11 fate per UKrt b. .. 33 Pint Pock 16 '' $1.23BATH

II :pf Kodak
"" i
1.'. M a... S ........ JJ III'*.r1h't < Worthmore brand O JJ A gentle laxative 2 LPiil! softens Q OL
Handaf tone finer I L-.mmV pleasant lo take, and smooths _,W VSOMINEX

."p"' ..14 10IP
.- SW Camera complete with rod of film, ( )
Orate I type drop 1nN'a. 4 flash bulbs,and 2 AM batteries. untrtIAJAM Table! SQUIBB SWEETA / Swimmer Supporter

Pt, and Die ipwlflnillona S are ea.. for safe sleep without Dieter's old ...sweetens with- / IAUE 1 BUCK-a
file at the City Hall h the Itf'*. OUTFIT Pack of II. out calories. 24c bottle / I swimmer s belt friend( I
of III. Public Worka. peoartmanlnine .
.. O
will a re Nred la r.ewr.r
-Mo.vllle fl.a/ of .tha. Florida city Manager.. vnl II 11:011 Cl: ', .A.1iI Roil l SB Zero "Breeze Boxer Save 23c-h 123 69 ONLY $1You're
r:...T. Tueaday. June t, I'" AH ,
\Ida shall be aubmlttad la waled.nrelnpeti 20" SUNTAN CREAM r
the City FAN
addre *ed lo
M........ rIO, Hall all.I Plalnlf
....rhlEAL&O BltM TO Mr"l Awl Tan beautifully, sjsa ff \e
<.>- ;NJoO TI'I'SU"Y' II'HB I. MS4, For floor,window,

Ay The" 11'City 1115 Ike.A.M.fight of' Tltawak.R.CT la r..J;";". u Tlorhla.reoerew aad. I"1'I leaf table. speeds., 156-7 burn.without! ounce painful_ /|f Always Welcome at CUTTERS

.II bide aad reem-ira the. sight !. re pushbuttolt IW lch_
dvertlao for new It'd.
CoaperClly "
Jaws t (Weal. ) 14.



: rate '. .....ttr_-.'-*;---. ,.. .:,wxyVl7CX: : .W.tw1.a 6blFwaCi; M.wr eq'.i

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Fatal TttwtvllU"" Fbrtda( ) star-AJv*iI" Wtdrwtdsr, JUlIe |, W4 W. ":NlbAia: w t'll' e A 1 1o. nmtrlab Holm.:: : :: 1 : 0 0TM.N P
Yanks Edge Dodgers in PL Game Nohl96 P, 5 II 0 II'l'otah ... _i.1 0
IT I5Dowpxast .
.y Don Htmka and, 'walked) .but two bitten. See ;The
Mes.e All C II RCIYu
The Yankee edged the Dod- Crll.Jal'neat: was the loser A"'... S 0 0Or. AdvocateFor
) .
t In In pitching the first three Inn- ..... Star -
gen Pony Loop play Tuesday .
1 tCV a4T night 3 2 on the pitching at Cer- legs lie Vbilfed one and walked Rr.f.c=: e;' -' C 4ct, P I I i 0 i I n: Your
old Nobles and one big inning, one. Kenny Duff pitched three Nobles 1.f 2h 1 o. eEv.
the first, in which they scored Innings for the Dodgers striking M....titen'4 ct, 1.1. I 1 Printing Needs! '
all their runa.Responsible. out seven Richard Hamilton also Push t O t 1
.:..2.b _
for the rwns lethe pitched for the Dodger
opening frame for the Yank-
Ski see were a walk, a Welder's Score by Innings: ARC DODGE INC.
Program choice, and a tingle by Steve Yankees 300 808 5-1 1 5 I
Eggers: along with Iwo errors Dodgers 011 000() 0-2 I ( '
The Dodgers made tt J-l tn the Batteries: G. Noblea and YOUR NEW DODGE DEALER
second on a walk, two stolen Farmer; Earnest, Duff (4)), Ham
/ Gets 18 Ft. bases and a passed ball. The Won Dodgers came within one ran In Box Score: Chrysler Product.
y ry the Third when they pushed ..._ VASil:::"It w .SwN
t across, a single manor m< a caroekli.R."' .1.8'1 e e Air Conditioning and Transmission Specialists
I + r walk, a single by Billy EVens: J.lmlll, .- 5e 1 I I 0 On Duty Now.
InboardFred and an error. Gerald Nobles was lump Ct s. t .
the winner. R. struck out nine NCA.han F.remrsC' .. Lf : t : : Cor. )Hopkins fa Harrison 2674931mIXPWCM
80011.01'0 Rt I 0 I I
Gross_ Rt...._ 1 0 0 -
Carter of Correct Craft, adequately end have permission - -- -- ---- ---
Inc. has donated M '11 foot Inboard of their parents
Correct Craft ,boat to Tltwvllle -
"We're expecting a large number

The' school's High summer fidMtf. for recreation use In of students will participate In sEHWcE.omve 1 m'
this year's skiing program, at
rtihig *Mcn underway
program Beta
they did last year, Tomdale
June 22.
said They will have the opportunity .
Valued at $4SoO the ""Tourn to ski two times or more a p %
ament Skier" ran pull' 5 or more week, and water time behind the
skiers at one time, It has a 171 boat will total about 30 mlutca
i I a' horsepower! engine capable of per day,
4 f4 I
... .... teaching speeds In excess of 40 "However, this with the
"""'.ft... ...--- .- I<' --.. --- At' '" ---- year '
tnilei' per bour. new boat furnished by Correct
PITTING' OUT BOAT TituivlWe) High Gibbons, has been donated to the school The local distributor for Texaco Craft we will be able to handle VACATION SAFETY SERVICE
School'Assistant Principal Frank Tomdale for use in their summer recreation skiing Oil Company is giving gasoline more students and possibly give 1 I
: I it pictured with Fred Carter,,President of program. Also pictured is 'Barbara to the program for cost. more time to Individual skiers," i
I : Correct Craft, Inc., waking flans for thee Banks, one of last year's ,skiers and Bill Probably the most popular of he added
THS summer recreation skiing program. Lopez, Plant Manager at Correct.SAPhoto ill the summer recreation actlv- Brevard County Recreation ..L. +. /
J The boat, which is being prepared by one ). flies offered by the school, the Board will also furnish the pro
r.of. Correct Craft's Chief Mechanics, Walter skiing program, which attract gram with a County outboard
e ed nearly 7S students last year motorboat, and the City Recre
may double this session, accordIng ation Dept. will furnish the group
to Assistant Principal Frank with skill. e L
lt K Tomdale. The skiing will begin at t:30: e.,4..... ..
i// It i 1 win be and continue to 5 As-
t All\ skiing tnrtrvctors p m. p m.
given in the Indian, River Northof slating Tomdale will be John Let ourEXPERT
: L the Tltusvilto Causeway Gaines and Jim Parker. Regis.
About the only requirementasked tration fee of $3 win be required MECHANICS
In order to participate in to help meet some of the expen get your car ready now I ,
the program la to be able to swim sea
------ -- I We do all this .work.J.} 9 5

1 a / ..ill + 1 Align Front Wheels *,

lava feu Balance Front Wheels
,110 pTIMATr1NOw1I F"TRUSSES **"
Adjust Brakes, Any American ,

vPlus Complete Car

Safety Inspection Parts extra, If needed


Authorltt Sanford Dealer f ggT* Member World's I

4 Larftst Reef Trust/ Prefabricating System LISTED BELOW :'
CANDY WINNERS The three young League secretary Shirley Mixson Ricky .
: Little League baseball players shown a- sold 06 boxes of candy, Jay Campbell, PANNING LUMBER CO.
.'' bove sold a total of 238 boxes of candy'for Leaguq P'elident) Is giving a check to the
: the Titusville Little League, and'won the third place winner, Kevin Robbing who CITY
r.top three prizes in the League's selling. sold 66 boxes Standing in the center is NEW. &s. 1 SOUTH INDIAN< RIVER Get the 2nd Tire
," i contest. The winner is Ricky Jenkins of Ricky Mj !lon, second place with 76 boxes. PHONE 267-6885
{ the Giants, receiving a check from the - 'V t .. .1 ,;

| WH Tourney Goes
e 'ls Phone for League Reservatlons1267.7118

i Info Semi Finals u { 0- t4--

t River Lanes Bowling

Most of the Golfers)( favored to
t the Whispering Hills Country ""1 FAMILY RECREATION CENTER
Men's Golf Association's
Ball Tournament" have 800 Orlando Road Indian Hirer City. Florida a Phone 267-7118
eliminated and severs(' ? I s
IWIII have "swiped" the Jack Molr Manager
as the \tournament moves
the semi.finals this week' ee

;, :ref f the Club's mare promising ) H IM I'' N I 1r I

golfers I week's competition.were defeated In the last $m 1 SUMMER LEAGUES SCHEDULE FOR YOUR

I Charlie Rhodes and Dob Stanton BOWLING ENJOYMENT
heat Killer and Don Karl.
Jsoti; i>r.'CHI) Finn and Bob Car I t I
Outhcfs. tfaf! Linoue and Bob r
:Flrtlon; Paul Houston and "., ; STARTING DATE LEAGUES NYLONAIRB
.Jim Hall beat Joe Richards and
:Jim Miller; Jim Munnla Sr? and! Sunday, June 7th 7:00 P.M. Couples Handicap WHITEWALLS

Speed Jones beat Jim' Munnts fit' Monday, June 8th 10:30: A.M. Ladies "Free Learn To Bowl"
:JJr., and( Larry Denford,
t 5 Week Series and Film BLACKWALLS J
: Semi final pairings will be .I 1 1l 6
;Jim Munnm and Speed Jones Ill Monday, June 8th, 1:00: P.M. AJBCBantams,812ycuoldsMonday ', TUBELESS The minelerubberE I
against Charlie Rhodes and lob }cr
: ,
e .I June 8th 6:30 P.M.
: Couples Handicap
Stanton; Dr Finn and Bob Car AItI TUBED-TYPE xtremi/es/ t

x !others Dr. J.m against Hall Paul Houston and A ,), 'i' ,{ t Monday, June 8th, 9:00 P.M. Couples Handicap

I The two winners of this weekend'a m tlii Tuesday, June 9th, 9:30: A.M. Ladies Handicap: BUY NOW! DON'T MISS THIS

.finals tourney for the championship will meet In the the wnii 1I'4;lt Tuesday, June 9th, 7:00: Pe M. Ladies HandicapLadies.Handicap OUTSTANDING "LIMITED TIME" OFFER!

I following week i, Ii' .1 Wed., June 10th, 9:30: A.M. ilZE TYPE 101 TillE' 1M TIRE

h ; SOTlnl TII eRIniORs't hi, f Wed., June 10th 7:00 P.M. Couples HandicapAJBCtIuniors I IIda' .nt..tOft NO LIMIT GUARANTEE U.1. M.d-',.. BI.ch..1I lu,5s5,0o_ _
''t a 'You end /wrh, 01 ym ... h..hr II ; f0.Il T".d-ty. Whlltw _1li/i_ _'soo
hotlflyd and mqulred ent June 10th 1:00 olds Is honored 'by thousands and thousands of Ihehw.0' 'soo"
: any Wed. : P.M. 13-15 TuNhn l aim
which:: ,
.cl.hn.1 sod dememt. year
or Firettoiis daltr* end (tort* in tht Unftfd Ststes -
.felth ...rn.t ( i '.?G.iaar0 Tub.hn Whn.r.n, jo as" "! 00
r of y u. may have the i end Canada, wntrawr pawl !
.Nap KM or of Bravtrd O. L. CARTER County, rinrlili de.,.....,.to,, Wed., June 10th, 7:00 P.M. Mens Scratch, 3 Man Team i full UHTIMI IIMRiNTEl NO IMIT/you M HUES M MONTHS 1,10.11 Tub.4n' ei.ckw.Ii '17." "! DOI

.County/h. County, Florida' JUI1, within\(. of e''lx m U.e.ceder.lnonlho .... Thurs., June 4th, 9:30 A.M. Ladies Handicap : .NM,:;=: Nw:.w.AN-ImeN N.e-W N.,.W Ww". -.::.:ew..I.e.a=':-,=.:: "= .1 lua. t.a TWhile..1I- 5501 8iJ1'8"r ,"-"'uo mrcNN

>JH-.KOO of from thli the rotKe d.le, sloe nf Oren the uimtrwlll pub. i Thurs., June 1 11th, 7:00 P.M. Mens Handicap W.es..N win ..Sf We li Semii
.b* bimd. Each shim' or d. I .. + P y' kty., -
:: .
= : =
... [ :: ( r l IwWw )
Iri1Nis't "
.... Md nqulnd must. be by In l I.w mann r ind form Friday, June 12th, 10:00: A.M. Mens Handicap ,..wM Mw.MNhw INwMM.W.N ewM : i .E IT Mo.thr. 'O" ohthty

I ANNIE AdmlDl>trtrlMJTROMON L.'WHITAKRR: C tat Friday, Juno 12th, 1:00 P.M. AJBC Seniors 16-18 year olds .

HOI.LAND' I1KEWER, *. t' 1 i, Friday, June 12th, 6:30 P.M. Couples Handicap ALL TIRES MOUNTED FREE Open 7A.M., to 6 P.M.

.*>Tltu O.vlll Box.. riorldi MS 809 Film A.e. e I Friday, June 12th, 9:00 P.M. Couples Handicap Fast Service by Tire Experts Friday 7A.M. to 9 P.M.
.a.'Jun___a,_10__IT-, 14-4.1) !_M4_.
... i a
lOTII'll or
III '-N!... 1175 eompll.nct, Chapter with Number HOUM JO Bill M, i i Ttwt of Florida Asp of lilt lb.Ladenlfe.d IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN JOINING PLEASE Orang*
; will minor with the oL 7 : i >H7-4150
at the Circuit
Chirk Court
In Brt-
Mard County, riorida, upon rMHpl a I ., CONTACT RIVER : APPllancaSporting
*>t proof of puhllcitlnn of ihtitlo ,1 e' LANES Goods
., A
"' Ik* ollowlni flrtltluui
Lawn a\ 13srdenOleyetes
memo to-wll Tlluivlll Electric: a
ip.ny pods which w* an in4ritcad -
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.-. .'ctt 5Moab. Atsw Itt 1 u. n 0. Indians lit (O-T T I
Little League .r 1 a aoUYN. Itt 0. 0 0 n Pirates Ml oe-a I I
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i e. t bears i 111- A. R R RlwyM.N ...... M i 3 and PoS K. Decker (4)); W. 1 1G
David Pelt bagged. sal twodoubh NOW TAKING REGISTRATIONS
I : 1C : .r/Mtora.51.sit. F'sduiM. AA* (0)), MdKnowle
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+.* and a (aiMwtaatafborne .. I I IToumey ,.
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run tad led UM Cuba to aIf P I I e 0 oar AaWooa 1.1' o. u 0. Don INN: FORSWIMMING 1
In this area, when they speak of drag racing they're not win ever the Bears .ta Little .wemnab I'. I I l t. _--,...... .. U III 8. 0 0 0 0 0 0 IVMA.. x01
preferring to the Carpenter Road home made! strip nor the League play Monday an.Th .-. H.r.l. 110 0 I Y 0 .'horchw.n.. C i 0 0 s WMM Ak a R BM' (
[U. S.1 four -laned death They're talking about Once ........ r.lr Ht' 41 0 0a.oet. sas.n e 1 Y 1 0 Dunbiir 3b, Ki a I 0 nKauwt. nj SIS.
trap. Dears took an early lead 1'.1" let 41 I o t Mwon N 1 0' 0 .. C 4 I t fl
fola, the Bug Junction Capital of Central Florida, the only with a run in the open ing frame M........ I"f a a aCouun Ak.. .. ..lit I 0 0P.wrn K, llln.h.*....m. !ti t II 1 TO BEGIN JUNE

[place in the state where the Mosquito Control boys forgot on singlet by David FVans andEII'le : 1 I I S iIc --.well -lit 010 a 1 0 0 0 0 I I Alto W '"nln.boa-N.", JIB ak a' a 1 II II 1 S t v t .Classes! lot All Aga Groups. Kinder 1 tJL
Ito drive their rocket trucks. es Lr 0 0dil.lua n.rlln Me 41.. a 150.10 a. II uNurlnwIuU
spraying Davie, The Cuba went "
lit a 1 <0 1 "DO' Ib 'Q. 1TOt.t. Of' I s 0 0 I gar.. and Above. All skills taughtncludiaf /-'
I Never seen the likes of so many crawling climbing and out In rent ta the second 21 with'a \\hllPhurN: Rf I : 1 eII :: I' BalUt. -
s [flying bugs in all my life but they didn't stay long, once )pair' of rasa en two walks aad 01. 2' S a it-0.--- IIV". AdklMNHI. cr Kf I I (Q. 5 0 -:" j

the competition got underway. They couldn t stand tho alrgles by Mark Marmrirh awl Little League Pony League n...".kln."I.v..t. Lt. Lf I I A o.* ec e MRS. D. E, THOMPSON 287-18$4S,
[noise. Actually, the drag strip does have its own sort of David M
"bullt.ln"' bug:repellant, the big' dragsters and superstocks the tkird en a walk and s law Beavtis Rome Incl1.. I Pirttot. I T1.l.. n r t r
I, fthat blow out a lot of oil, smoke and rubbish, will choke the bauer' / Dave Evani The Jim EiUwtt and steve HMhmc rlll'TlCil Skillet "
',largest flying beetles on the track. Cube scored three runs In their combined their ptteMng chant The Indians fmlslipj the (first ass' ,. .'It. sal'.
halt uncit fraud, 11- .. >> I.
,_R)t takes about 20 minutes for the fuel mixtures catch half ef the third miking It 52 Monday coming I* etiutoiit feeSatis al they downed' IMCIIW Ifii 1 0 I. 1

hold and the bug leaves, then you forget about the bugs and en. an error, twe walka a field' W) ii time Beavers. wen .tatlnie the action Wratoa Tuesday 1 1 in afternoon Senior League chinl bnywt;__..r>. ir !mosluitoes'and' start worrying about which way to run e.'. choke, a single by Mar .League: play The geme is'ttVc' a I II
!when a rail'job starts sliding 'In your direction pounding out vkb and a double by Pelf 'was still twd at the e4 oC( fourinndifii the and fttrfun,the hitting* of Wayne Billhm! lumiwivif, p o Si e a aK i It a
The Bears tied I the score at but the Beaver spared or Jigger Adkin- .. .
about 110 miles per hour halfway down the trackdidn't Adkkisdii IM4MT If. Co 0 0 a
53 with three In the fourth OK hi each (tilt! fifth sad sixth to Olin banged" ( out a "h11.h a n A
runs :
;This < happen Sunday, instead it was smooth and homer and a single In Hire t'.I.i ('I. I a Q ,
on three walks a single by David So CI' to win MI"-"'..' < f I n II
and fair weather for
[quiet, peaceable ( a day, perfect competition times at tie plate. t'abunl Hf .
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[ Moore, and a double by Evans. The Beavers scored t><-Ir single fv... Kt 0 a a 0
HaWAnd speaking of competition, there was plenty of it The Cubs scored two in the fifthon tally In the fifth on two walks, TIle Indians took an early lead MR y -lit 0 a a 0 JUMBO ,JUNE SALE

[therfe an error, two walks sad a an error, all a single by Larry In die first when thry scored .,.,,,1 a"i f"i TNotlrt '1$11TlrRer -
double by- Toff. Tile Boan tied Brown Responsible for tIN nu I -
|At any rate, there was only one thing that we could see three/ rum en buck to back bit I Arriw'aloll.eR CHOCOLATESUNDAE
it at 7-7 with a pair In the sixth in the sixth were a bit batiman, TAR Raa.
[Wrong/ with the entire day and that was the concession bjr Mike Knowlri, Ken Bins
on two errors and a walk With an error, a walk, a flehlnr's I. hMWby gloss! Shot! ]>.
[stand ran out of hotdogs about 230.: Ever try to fill up on hat, Wayao liinchaai and: RCIRcr Knmn hnklw .t u. _III..... Ma. ., '
one en and the snare fad with choke, and a tingle by Steve .,. .. ,
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[potato chips and soft drinks? It's bard to do, so don't try it. two outs David Paft banged a Holland Adkhmon. with Kmwlea' and AU tae. M. find .m. In M.r row
I K Blnrtum'i otttot .,1. h.. Rod.
hitting two bag' : nullKUnil I I.
I ir homer over the I left entcr fence row a ,:> .Led la W ...i therms,
giving' the Cubs a 17 victory Steve Holland who pitched Uu IIft'L The Indians added s .11I1I1e l 1 ICUCI ..,1Ntu.M .,.M_ tIt., room.ttMn Flavor rich for your anjey. .
That group of people In the' Pure Oil Racing Panel of Butch Toumcy was tile 'wlnnhitpitcher last two and two.third Inningswas marker In the second on two er t'o.ur:: tMerrttNa.t rr.I oa./y. :is ..:= went with "Premium" let
Experts: have made their selections in'the> Atlanta Intemajtlonal lie aback out five alegave the winner. He truck out roes a stolen bane, and a wilk hi.. N.wtt, Crane.t50 :
IlK and walked two. Jim Elliot The Pirates scored their lone I'.Pt nf WB.U' : of HR\t oat dN. I.
I I' Dixie 409 Fred Lorenmn
Raceway's \: up five free panes URn IM ".0 tn M
started for the leavers. He *. tally ef the in ..., a T, j
ptti lime tho third ana JS a. U M K
I Probably the hottest driver on the stock car circuit Kevin RuUUna was the beer ta I Ti.n.nt nf itio mir Reg.
ed three and third Innta" hit batiman and
'1U>ren/en will be driving his usual 1964 man-Moody relief lie pitched the (last three a ** an error unilrr Ik. t&U wrUftiwITnlFM 5..d C
out five and The Indiana made it w.. In IMI ". ot
jford., Innings striking out -(wo said I linking walking H In the .i .1. !h. Port.r P.IIw 24 ::
three. fifth when they leered on a walk,
" walking four Wattwood pitchedthe wad a.Wttk.t.. i4i.l| w .
Lorenzen and his Ford were chosen by 20 panel members first three Innings!: for the Don Roger was the (km*. II* an error and Roger Adk f1son'l wxiMlmi. In taw ,... prop.iwiy M.ilmonxl I
\ to outrun his rival and his estimated speeds range from three-run' borne dr.rahed UMralii will k* aid
( Bcara. lie whiffed four and walked 'whiffed eleven and gave ..p five run over the left In Ih. hKliiiM. nodes .( Ik. own.bnum .
\ 42.240 miles per hour to \6110: free sanseiScere renter fence Ounr It lll .'rlcnk .... ..
Getting second choice Was Paul Goldsmith and third five by Innings: Wayne Blagham was tho win. Id.July,Oral M *"...wlrk I. Ill*U Mu.lk Ux Ilk at
Score Isnlags
lace was Richard Petty, both driving Plymouths by : Heaven OM tU-J t 0 'f 1If'I'. lie whiffed five and willedtwe. toy ..i'J-Iy.lrn. IWI.l .
Bean 101 102-;; 7 S S l n.led Rami 000 .
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Cubs 023 D2S-4 6 3 Bittcrlei Terry Enyart who struck out (',,"' .. K _.....
Batteriea: Tourney and Frawre : Rogers and Church. ( Irrtt at OrimK Northern Dancer will beat; Hill Rise for the third ; Wattwood. Rntihins ((4)), well; Elliot, IloUand ((4)), and five, and walked one wan the los.er trMrun115.4 Ilrrmir4;::: CwMy HMD ri rM. PlrtU Plait TltusrllU

.straight time and win the Belmont Stakes at Aqueduct Sat- and Moors Wattwood ((5)) Kelly M>y 30. If <_ a, M.WI.| H44, ..
urday and fill the triple crown with three big jewels Mark E'IX! Score: Box Snow: \
inly word. Hill Rise will pull a second. scans RRaraa.a. : "
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fA 8 n n e Si I I.I : t starts tomorrow! pick your ,;,

1.< Couldn't help from laughing some of the headlines: llobWni; -3b lb, P : : i (1Ma 1 a.kitty...ml.- C... II I'0 0N.Y..d 0 deal! come and get em! ,-
7 ""Starting to Gripe" .They day when a sick person be- -. C 0 ii"'l IM I. lb, P : I t PBCIAU FOR COMPACTS J
Ufviii a e 1111mW1 P. Ib L special prices four dollars
,gins to gripe about certain things, his condition is improving !..... .- ..-._ --- -_-_- FOUR FOR

So, it looks like Fireball Roberts of Daytona Beach is down, compact to big-car sizes! SAVEI09x11 \
slowly but surely on his way back to recovery. He is still In : BREVARD JUNIOR COLLEGE tits 'j:8
I terious but satisfactory condition. ,I wonder what he wasliPing Nylon All-Wwitxr :
: aboutr + #--! *. announcer 4 j f ,1 f Tubsilss but pus ht an4 4 aid tiro. j''

Bettor Collects: $4,898". He must be trying to : Registration For Summer Session; '1964 Whit wWa 98.80 more aoh J
from the "reVenooers". I know If I won that much ,

'money on a $10 ticket for a daily double, everyone within JUNE 10 f 11 GOOD/r EARPRESUMMER
miles would hear of it the and
,ten ,,everyone except press
9:00: a. m, to 8:30 p. m.
.revenue people.
"Probe Looms on Gasoline in Indy 500" How long COLLEGE CAMPUS. COCOA

will it be before they invent a way to use pure water for CLASSES BEGIN JUNE IS SPECIAL FOR OLDER CARS

petroleum It would be cheaper in the long run and just FOUR FOR .
think, if anyone ran out of gas coming in on the back stretch, FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL (32.Mil 8AVEI -

heading for the checkered flag simply stop and grab a cup ,701II tits 6 I

.of water from a startled spectator and come gurgling/,: on Nyio AliWMthr42 j
across TubitypttMl ,*,d u, ,*4 an tlrMWhitamsJLs

"23 Innings and Lots of Balls" During the San Fran $3.OO more) *aoh

cisco and New York Mets ball game Sunday, they used 22 INVENTORY: :

dozen baseballs or in round I*figures, 264 balls That's a lot

of horsehide. 1, } 1

Got a fishing report* Wednesday* from Titusvilte Pier ,,r SAtE!: PICIAL FOR '67-'83 CARS

and the gentleman answering the phone naid trout fishing '' ir; a Y2 5, My ,, 1 1A' Mtiro

was good however the shrimp were about all gone. SAVEI TOUR FOR
Charley Alton fishing writer for the Star-Advocate! $
called IH bright and early Friday morning and said his nk GOODYEAR TIRES 730 14llS 44 '
don and another boy really cleaned house on the shrimp :, Tubeless Nylon All Tins Wtather 42
North of the Causeway near the railroad bridge Thursday WITH TUFSYN ,hew Ii4 4 M UtN

evening I, Whit walie 92.OO more .a>ohPICIALfOR '
Butch Alton caught: 290 shrimp and George Hartley .
caught a tub full.Evidentally INSTANT CREDIT I

the shrimp have altered course and headed For holdtrs of Charg Plate and national credit cards )0 "
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... ',' Indian River South Titusrillc Happenings. ", _
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tar-Advocate New Scout Troop Organizes

The Vole of 25.000 North Brevard County. .BeoId&bSection .-_. -
; JUNE f'g* !1-1
a TITUSVILLI FLORIDA WEDNESDAY_.. ---------- Troop 370 Boy Stouts In the und family, who have been llv Ir, so eiw.ng tin Florid Hun*
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newly funned troop in IKCi log in Oik Hill for some time thins.
i sponsored by the Mtlhodlst han lust m'lived In this city
Bids Church This troop nut last mill Me located it BIO Karen Mr. and Mrs Richard H.
$1.2 Monday evening fur one of Its Drive. 11lue Impeilul Estates Bogg of 303 Jepson Street

first meetings: since it came into livid m. Tilth son, Wally Is II1Il'mlll'r spent lust weekend with their t
being lint munth of the new Doy Scout K"n end daughter.in-law, Mr

o Also pro,,cnt at t the niccting, 1'roop' 170MM \ and MI I, Michael IJoggi In W
Awarded For MILA were. Hubert Wiblxr Inntitutionttl mni Mlkia| one of our beat
WRAPPER Representative; 1 Don Dan) Vera Mattls and MMHelen lioyi who Is now in the Stile i
,4 Iris md Perry Conrad, Tionp Joins of N. Miami Beach Fin .tanh.Ii'1 Department' 'in
-. .........-- Two contracts totaling nearly spacecraft It will be a one- by the Canaveral District of the Committeeman Programs for opt nt several days with their11'11'1da Miami Mrs Boggs is the former
I I with from alery pessimistic 23.45'percent 1.2 million have been warded story building with two tent cills Corps (if Engineers to build a this summer were dUcusscd; i Mr, Betty Mullty and Dolly AlUf of this city. The two
, Ever tried eating jello firms the Canav addition to the supply and O1l'tal.sldl',1,) structure in Hangar bad
Orlando The
do mOiL all the way up to in optimistic to by they act up and picked 2 pa1'roll her rUuhlit'r: Mis Joun Harper ladies, Dully mid Sue Boggs,
i a knife' Guess one can A 61.23 per, cent. eral District of the U.S. Army ground support equipment building U at Cape Ktnnuly The struit and 8"rl'l',1! on colon for their of 42(1( Key HiNra)lie Drive. lust a fine time/ hopping in Mi rrMn \
anything when one has Corps of Engineers for additional will contain 14700 squarefeet tire will be used for working on wit k.
Caster ,
Mr '
Congratulations 1I1'1'kcrt'hll'h. Two of the coiU
woman told us the other day construction In the National and will include a 50-foot. Micro mi tc rold Detection bale!. Emma Knkkrehm, uJTv
that she wd caught in the mid Aeronautics and Space Adminlstration high bay area with a bridge/ crane litej.whiih NASA will launch from this loop, Mike Mintlioin
Mi and)
M F Bailley from Chicago heights: ill. anda
In the
and Included in his entry Cello Gray. accnmpllnh'dthe
die of moving out of town Saturn vehicles and
s Merritt Island industrial and two 10 ton trolley hoists The atop I No.8, 9
didnt: realize that all she had contest Mr. Caster said: "I alsopredict will be used for storing and 10. group from( Troop 310 under from Atmore, Alabama, lulled former citizen of thla city, tans
Editor complex. building Kathy Mjik, Dawn und Tina Just returned for a visit, *ICconipiiiiled -
that Sports North.
kept out of her silver was one your A'Mt.t Scoutmaster Roddy
for $640 used
One of the ; and maintaining equipment Conduction of the elevator In
Ronnie will not be liar pi r at the home nf lie( child. by her sun Emma
sandwich She Mr. Hughes this taut week
knife to make a cull, on a hike
414.71, was awarded to H J. High In handling the Apollo epacocraft. the Compkx acrylic! structure
from rl'n' aunt and limit, Mr. and and her lute husband EriffSt
alright but then remembered on your payroll one year
one Construction Co for a Security will cost ( )
there was some jello. now If he continues to pick and roximalily $66,0606The ndUho meeting date for this new Mis. nit k Burittt of 313 l Deles. lived lure for many years until
Building aBase endless
Headquarters hilt will to
Said it was aorta hard trying to"slab" those ponies like he! did In Sat.urd.y' Operations Building Work Lab on must the be Ordnance completed FIl'IdTest by height of 96 feet and will run contain a Ironp will be 7:30: p.m., every pine Avenue, liut t Sulurdiiy his death around 1089 She tluM

some firm jello and get Preakness"We The other contract, for $542, October, work on the other building stops on which tcthnlclans can" Monday evening at the Ml'thu'dl moved to Chicago.
It Into her mouth. can tell you, Mr. Caster, 288, was awarded to Smith and by January 1963 ride from ground level to var. t Church, George M. Dyblb rom Erie,
that he probably won't be on the IN'mm U vlnlting his daughter Letter From
Sapp Construction Co for construction Strode Construction of Cocoa ious work platforms The device ? Open
We have a $3 check for R L. payroll a year from now, but not of an Ordnance Field was awarded a $46640 contract will be inclined In a safety cage Ptrionals' snit ..,n.in.law, Mr, und Mrs, Fermtr Cltlsen
Caster, Box 126, Indian River because he'll be off picking the Test Lab and for building an ad. Mr and Mrs B E, Sabins Howard L Muir of 920 dive. Mrs Helen Dukes, wife oT,I
City, and we'll put it in the mailto ponies Ronnie is hoping to resume ditlon onto a supply and ground land Rnuil Ho arrived last Sat retired Master Sergeant of the!'

him today his collegiate career (he support equipment building. +..,: TS.aihwesaya.yamr urdti)' ant plum to spend week $.. I I.R.C. NIWS On Paie IB
. ... .
for had two before coming
the contest years -' -
Mr. Caster won In addition, the Corps of Engineers ------ -------:
picking the closest percentage of with us I year ago) and we're announced:
the vote in last weeks second working with him to get a Job and 4 A $46,640 contract for a small
primary election lie guessed attend the University of Florida structure at Cape Kennedy to be FACTORY PAINT
that 38.73 per cent of the re.:ls. used In connection with the '

tered voters would turn out. The Star.Advocate hat two micrometcoroid detection program OUTLET INC.I
If we count the 21,515, who .
more of its boys graduating tomorrow
did vote, against the total registration BALDWIN
night A bid opening for today SHOPPING CENTER :

of 53766, the percentageIs count the A year ago we sent off Into the (June 3)) at 2 p.m. for an endless- Ma PHONE 261.3255reioo1
I 40,01 per cent. If we belt elevator In the service
i theS2S47 world of college work and the
21,515, who did vote, against structure of Saturn Launch Com
who were eligible (you army three fine young men who plex 37 at Cape Kennedy,
ace there are 1219 registered ai either worked in the office or had Both of the structures to be
who can't vote until routes VilfSch-: .
independents motor delivery built under the High contract will
November) then the percentage enck, Bob Jones and Jim Payne be used by NASA's John F, Ktnnedy .
is 40.7. Tomorrow night Bill Lcucklng Space Center

Either way Mr. Caster won and Tony McCarthy will be The Base Operations Buildingwill :
lie edged out Greg Hunnlcutt, among the 240 graduates of TI. be a two.atory structure It
who said It would be 3063 percent tusvllle High. Bill has worked will contain 20000 square feet v nus COUPON /atee.aarrrau.gwnaas
with us for two years and Tony and will be the main office for dN 101111 --
We had guesses all the way has been with us off and on herFLORIDA'S day.to.day support services In ;
I the Merritt Island Launch Area

The Security Headquarters IL1 llllJ :
Building will be one.story high!!
GROWINGGAS with 2.500 squat feet. The contractor
has until October to fin 1 + =--==.=;::::. -
Inn the Security headqusteroBuilding t
UTILITY BRINGS and until early 1969 for SAVE 12Qeus.n

the Base Operations Building
NATURAL GAS TO 6\ NASA Manned Spacecraft w Vs .. .i5, u. P..teMa,. ..... .enetarms
...-... .... .. ... .....
Center will use the two strut -a.-...... --"-- --' -- 11IOI .. ._III Ueeww.srM

TITUSVILLE tjies to be be built under th* NEW SCOUT TROOP Boy Scouts ,In merling, Kevin Kemmerling, Billy Woods,. i FOR A FINE FINIS
Smith and Sapp contract. the newly formed Troop 370 are, from lofth ifSteveu Godwin; In background are Scout. ;
The ",Oftlnance Field Test Lab Kneeling.-Billy Conrad, Ronald WheelfirV {floater Dick; Wood and: {smneth' Ahmle, START WITftBRUNING!
City Css Company( of Florida has 'brought will be used for test.firing pyro-''M'''\ ally abinifr\ Mike MinlhoiU, Gene Gray, -V\Nsi tHnt Scoutmaster. I 'WE GIVE T.V STAMPS too,
natural ps U revere' CountLive modern technIc $tevlces used la manned Jay Reginald]?: second row Butch'KeitU
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and lava money with natural fit for cooking, v .1 ___. --- --- -- --- n ___
hems boating ft air conditioning clothe dryIng about the same penoaWell .
water boating and many commercial l miss them both and we ,}
Industrial applications Through our sub wish them welL
sidiary-Orl Corporationalto supply As we look over the school snnuai .
the finest bottled gas throughout the county this year, we find no less
All City Gas and Drl 6as customers art than 14 boys and two girls who WESTINGHOUSE
serviced by union *mptoyo, .. spent time In the circulation department .
(rf.\ of the Star.Advocate. .
t'\ Some for only a few weeks or
months, others for several years
1 1"N
j CITY DAB COMPANY OP FLORIDA Congratulations to you all
We're happy for you-but your
eoeoA TITUevU.e Mel50URNeae .. act of graduation ages us Just a 1 I
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.4e44 I AM 1.5555 PA 5.4150 little more.
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Avery Sr. and their brother, 1964.: June I.R.C. NEWSContinued Johnny, all from Little Rock from Orlando, June 13th, "The Ronald Young, son of Mr and y' yY,
Arkansas Avantes" from Cocoa; June 20th Mrs. M. E Young of 837 Vanguard
( From page 18)) After enjoying a few days In "The Icemet" from Orlando; Lane was home recentlyfor
Indian River City, including a and June 27th "Th, Coachmen" ten days leave from the U.S.
U S. Army, last week attendedthe from Orlando. The Teenagers -** afeifc t ""
tout of the Cape, Marilyn drove Navy. Ronnie U one of our local -MMMMW
Home Demonstration Campat are thus assured of excellent boys, who joined the Navy last
her parents and brother to MIami
Camp: Cloverleaf near Se- music every Saturday Right In
to visit with two of Mr.Avery'
bring, and there the met two of this month. THURS.-FRI.-SAT.
brothers, They toured He recently completed a six
friends Mrs
I l.er former Boshoff, Miami, Miami Beach; drove Adult chaperones on duty months( tour of duty aboard the
Curu-y and Mr Irene down the Florida Keys to Key last Saturday night were! Mr. Heavy Cruiser, the US.S. New*
both of our City. The Dukes West and on the return trip traveled and Mrs. Joe Ponds Mr. and port News, the Flagship of the
family lived in IRC for four the Tamlaml Trail up the Mrs. Bill Boa, Mrs. Haul Ash Second Fleet, which recently Titusville Shopping Center
years, moving to Tampa 2 yearsago' West Coast to Tamps, then back ley, Mrs. Lois Ramage and Mrs celebrated its J5th anniversarySee Are-Titusrillo, Florida
across to this ares The three Jackie Merrlam. \I.R.C. NlWt On Page SB Washington
Mr. Dukes I b the mother of visitors enjoyed seeing much of
Mike Eberling, who was President our beautiful Sunshine State be-
of the Teenage group of for returning to Arkansas I 1 CLOSE OUT-AT COST !
Te Town in 1961. Mike It now ,
in the U. S. Navy and has three Breaks All Records 8-Ft. x '1S Ia. Wtr.SWIMMING*
years service to his credit. lIe When Teen-Town Club held Its
recently was In Pentacola Naval weekly dance last Saturday $875
Hospital for an operation. lie night, some 270 boys and girls Bog.
is now. in St. Albana Hospital,. signed In, the largest number 1 POOLS L S 12,87f
N. Y for another operation.Mike's
that has even been on hand at e/
address for the Teen-
any of these functions since CAl
Towners of this city Is: Mike Teen.Town was started. Music
Ebcrlmg PH. 3., St. Albans was by the "Dimensions". This FLAB
Navy Hospital, St. Albans, N. Y. was their last rendition In this
area and they will not be hark l i6t fO
till Fall.
VUltori From ArkansasMrs.
TheWard\ of Directors of this
Marie Morris of Abbott Club has voted to have a band 0 I fl 'ifEROS
Avenue and Miss Marilyn every Saturday night that it Is Y
Avery of State Iload No. 50 had possible to book ono. The fol.
is visitors this past week their lowing schedule of bands will
parents, Mr. and Mrs Herman pertain for the month of June -

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Dear Ann 'Landers: I work inn The doctor said me baby 1 ii tubes yr 15' 31 3' .1 PIPSQUEAK, HONEY CRABBY LADY
office where it lrat t once a due In fix months. Do you thin! force.a7. % I OFTEN ,"
.Tracks .. 'I,( 4+ i GRUMPY, SWEETIE,
for : DER WET!
week someone approaches me if I wear a tight girdle and tratna I4 A FATSO IT ,v

about joining an oflluETltpoul: : It stand up straight I can get away 49. Girl'. name l'i) I"" 41 48 REAL NAME? CHANGES FROM

It isn't the How( Dowl, a profes.cional with 111? Hurry your answer 110. Chlldof 49 IS! ONE MINUTE/
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fuolball gamp, or the Ken and put it In the paper pleats the Sun" QO 101n TO THE NEXT.

tucky Derby, it'i the All.Star I can't have your reply coming; George Hernud 5// :H: ,

game or the World Scrlci, to the house. FINGER /O
Gambling; la against my principles CROSSED ..* 6i SOj

but 1 have never criticized Ueur> Crossed: Sorry, I can't I know you are not running/ asocial IN THN rlH('( IT trot NT or Tee 8!twJlS CONFUSING!

these who do it. I just lay be of( much help. I don't know column but this comcf M'i1'II.ll'lr''L ('Ice's l' fit" r
rl.u Hlnl. 111I AND i
10K Hex;
"No" and let it go. Something It you are slim or heavy, under the heading of a problem. C 'HII f'OI'NTY

new has come up, however, andI whether you will gain 10 poundsor Please suggest something. OMMKHYlh Nuritit OK tr.mtg"1'1'

wonder If I should nay Home- 40 pounds. Some girls look HATTIE FFDFRAI. NATIONAL MOHTOAOB -

thing. pregnant in the third month and Dear Hattlc: Stagger the linn nrimilftud AH80CIATION.end l exletln' a curpor.under --- -

Five of my ro-woikers have others look as If they are going gucs'a. Invite SO for 4.00: p.m. .n Kerieral Act ot National Con.r.! nur.u.nt' to. "f LETS SEE NOW, IS ..THIS WAS SIJPPOSEDTO0!

formed a poul In which each of to a dance when they are realty and so on. lallnn Charier Ailt.Mnrtcae b.oina*II*Aaaef-nrlf- I'M HAVING SOME THEREANYTHINGIya MYAFTEFUJOON (

them has listed the name of going to the hospital to do Of couisa tome people can be In.elect lon office, Dletrlut In of the. Cltr of Wa.|- 6UESTS IN FOR.LUNCH..000KTAILS. FORGOTTEN IYES.

Ida famous people who may die liver depended on to arrive with the COlumblI'IOIl'. N\ y

during 1904.( When one of People can and do count, so first wave and to hang aroundtill MATTHEW "'* PARKER zed AND CANAPESPYTHEL .. AJl

,, those people. .dine the ones who don't plan on putting anythingover the last drop Is poured, but WANDA I. PARKER. wife '".4* POOL J'J h

had his name add pulnts to their has !BTATB! !: OP FLORIDADe'"i" r oIT
even with the help of a nobudy ever figured out AT 12 00 1 1t <<

tcorM by deducting the age: of tight girdle. Your best bet h what to do about them, so don't TOI MATTHEW WANDA J.S. PARKKK.t'ARKRR: end Mr ...A COLD r 1 NOAfNHre'

the drceaaed from 100. to level with your mother and try wife, whom. )lot known r..l- BUFFETAT .
denrw I. IMS Arthur Avenue, ?
Rcrenlly a well known American ask her what she think shouldbe Eau Oallle. ""rld.. :

died. Mr. X cams boundingInto done Do you lean on cigarettes as a eult Toil.hen are been.hereby riled notirieil aln von that In e

the oMce all smiles and announced social crutch You may regret Hi. ibov. entitled cause and that. cz
you are required to file ..
your wausa 43
trlumphphantly "110 win Dear Ann Landers: My sinters It later. Send for ANN LAND. leer ar ether, "an.'ve' Illeadlnro W
ERS' booklet with the. Clerk of cola Court and toeerve
on my list. and I "Teenage SmokIng
plan to give a party In I a copy thereof ones the. '
honor ,'* enclosing with your requett Plaintiff or Plaintiff. Attorneve. HAS TO I CAN SAY ,
Unacr the rule it says, "If of our parents' 33th/ wed- whom name .end .d""" ... I.I Crorton, VOUCAMEWTHEVk.I
t: e player h.niself: diet, ten ding/ anniversary Since my lOc In coin,, and a long, self Ilrewer fc Hnlhedi5 P Jf.'lm Avenun n DABEU.ER,1l'D RIGHT PtACE, SEA GIVE YOU NIHENJj
addresser TUuivllle rnMrta) not Inter MR.ABERNATHY. CERTAIN ANY SIZE
points should be Added to his home,Is the largest t. I have of stamped envelope. then Bill IWH'Jt vnif fall: 1 to ilo ao. IKE'tb3UYA' Si-iAPt..NOr OU WANT.A !

core. If at the end of the year fared to have the party here. Aim Landers will be glad to .lured Deoree etalnat Pro you rnnfmiio lee the will...'l-f'be .rie... I l FOR LANDSCAPE MY DEN. 1, I T00 DIG

he!' 1 11 the winner, the pioceeds The trouble Is my folks know help you with your problems. mended .In the connilnlnt. Tii ."1' AND NOT
Send them I. lo ..,, .. e mort....... The I
to her in care of reel Too SMALL.O j (ALP
the should in
pool be spent fur everybody) town and the guest protiertv proceeded .*.10..t lei

flowers fur his /grave, unless the list will run to about 300 people. this newspaper enclosing a l.nt 4, Blurb MB. gorllnn C-l.,
surviving players should vote My home can't accommodate stamped, self addressed envelope e-c-Mn| Inl*' .thereof
ee. recorded In Plat Bo..k 13,
to have a party" that crowd but I don't see how Pane J 1110 Public Ri>rorde of Breriirlrtn .
,- ., .
we CHII trim the list
What do _
think of tills
you WITNESS mv ben and oust .'
D. F.Dear. My husband suggested we re If you have real estateto eald Court et Tltnivllle "....v.'d .Y
County hlorida. thin 26110 day 0'
D. F.: What you dozy move all the chairs from the M.y, tOO('
sell or if are rtTRTIH R BARNKH ra l l ..... .......-. ......
cilba is a heated version of house to discourage people from you Clerk of the Circuit Court : I

the old ghoul pool. Anyone sitting down. We plan to have lireverd Coiiniv. Florida
looking for choice reEll il Hvi' V. B gpangler _
who would make a came out of sandwiches and a sweet table, (COURT 81CAL)

death is a tibtvless clod but folks like to sit when they M.y 31. June 3, in IT (We".> IMI4! ..nEJP I w'y '

ate having a snack especially estate, use our classified LEGAL TADS --Big Supply;; :, 3Sc c1\/; ; ,

Dear Ann Landers: This Is an I the men <-. so I vetoed the no- columns. 2&c each lit iht bur-Advocaw

emergency,, I need help right I) chair idea. Olfic 1 .
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away I am Zf; my fiance is 24. Il t Ra

The wedding' has been plannedfor l ;

September. I learned today w ( r'r,
that I am pregnant.I'm c

ashamed to tell you how

ignorant I am about Uieitethings. 4 L 1,
It will break my moth ('10. Y .ach for Tomorrow Q
C.'h. Y yule; Coed
er'a heart If _
we don't t have
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I 11:45: Ch. UuidleIJ.ht\ MOB1INUS Ly, ilM"UMwwln hA
big wedding as planned. That' 1361; Ch I Nnwe Hay Cr herer : Cb. Kunehlne Almanaob.
all Mom Inn Ch: Newe:, Weatuer (.. S flunehlne Almanao
has talked about for NiourCh. ('h. d (tin Tolk ':80 C.. I World t'lvlllaallon Z
month. ('S. 1 lisoembur. Ilrhl.t:11 (''h, a Hummer Cementer7loo e.
':UII S Neal, Miiorle, WeathelIII. t L f
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A. the World TernaCh
1'11. Cues Feature
"dfJ Ii. Y News, :
YAI I Newe, HuntlnyRllnklnyCh Muorleth. \ 0 Newa. ""k.e"II.rlaln. C..h.. Mlikl Kv.n.T W
iorIAr Newe, Welter CrunklUt e :MI 1" .h. 0 Newa, WeatherS Ian
1 .1 Ch... 0 Cnrtuoni /
: (XI' Ch I Captain KangarooS
Y News lion CiRhrau
tale Ch a tare Make s DentCh r .
( 'h. Cartoon l1l ,
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9(6: ( Ii. Y Newe, W.alher 6 J>...wnr" r
Ch 1 Divorce CourtCb
1:00 I h, J 11.00: o
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('h... M,. Ma."o American MleloryI
THEATRE TUusvlll. .. S lllniiii Keeveein. I 211 Ch I Newa. Clnyd Kalber 1 1I.rol.: for Women
I (
'beyeneeTau 1.80 ('h.1. linrtornCh ', !
e.... a "IS ( h I CaUoone
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Ch. S lluole of. rreedom
OPEN 6:30 C". I Hay In C..urlI : 10 no ('h. C tree When
: Fut. 7:20M :
: : 1:110:: (:'Ii I Hilly UrabunCrowd 51 ('h.. Newe. Line Ilownrdtad Ch. C Newe, Mike Welleoeh.

IW t.n.. I Tlgiitroueh. rarmer1: : CS. : Another thoT: : !Hpanlahtn '
Daughter :
Ch' a News. Kdwln Newman3U50
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Ch 1 U..r.1 t HoepitelI : r.. 1 Word. for Word
( Y Men lawyh. : 2e C.'h.. a N.w. IMIg,. Kdwerds:
Ch 1 I Love Lucy
WINNER 1:911:: (' d Muakal (' ,,reedy '
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Lao: h. Prim I I. Right
10100 ( .h. I Eleventh Her Riseud Night f. :
('h. :, : : Concentration: ,.
BEST ACTOR (C'['b',h.. S Denny Kaye Ch. queen. for a nay 11100Ch, R Mi.CoveCh. .1 .........
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doe ('a. a M.h Inn
: I Oct the Mileag
11:011: ( J News, Hpn'b, WeatherCh. I Reuel
1'10. 155,151Ch
t Newt, Himrla, Weather I Teellmuler 11:30 Ch., I U JeopardyCh Pete I IM ALMOST AFRAID TO WHAT 6000 IS IT TO HAVE HALF
Sidney C.'h'. Y Newa, Hub Young ('15 C.. 1 "' .w., $oIer, Vonoou Cb. I MlMtnn' LlnklArTKHMlOV Oladyg I ASK VOO WHV. WrN DID SHE} A VVAKl-'A WAN WHOSE HEART
} 11,10 ( 11. Y Newe, H|>orta, Weather 4:80: Ch. 11t..n.. end All... SLATS"WHAt /'" >t tNAIPINED LET VOU 60, DARLING AND THOOGHTS WOULD NCVER. BS
11:90 r... I KilltiiilHlCh. ; I
I 'a. Iteote Wait 12:00: Ch a Your } ) OFME-'SUT -' .
PollJCJ: Iv 11.25: .. S M.I vie ""Latin Loveia'Cb. 300: Ch. Rea, nt oran"hnC" Ch: C Love :tLlt.Impreaelo I, / Op ele-e

I I\'JII' : S I WeatkerCli. I lIu.kolb.rry lIo..nd Ch. I Father Kmwe Beet WOMAN
: Johnny Canon S"S: C". I I..al.ot 1I..lIn.. 1> IS r.. I Newe. Robert Trout .
NELSON S 11:811: Ch. Y Movie 1'". Vudkt"Thursday HE'LL .rL
8.au Ch, I NawornceCa U:80 Ch I Truth. 10' Coneequencel I Y 'I'r #
Le... It 10 Braver C..h. C Crotch for Tomorrow ALWAYS
.1fllec Cb. C Krnle: Ford
IllIUMT 1J:48 1'10. C OuMlni Light
gee: C"h. C N.w.. 11110" Woelh.e U'M\ I..h. I News Ray HVherer.
oJ!!tf-h./CD liS era'' NIL. ">u Ch 1 N..o. lI..ott., Wnlher:1t I.IM: r..h. I Newe. Weather
fLJLlJv ,, soMrronn.INJ eta: C". I Cunohlnn. Almon.o ': C.. ICdliorhl.I C.. C flirt T.lkC. (LARSTCO
seen,. Cb.. I II..nohl"o Aho.noo /.I. CM S fl.wo, Pln10to C l> *" Pride /MIRACLE, TO OOOTg
rifill..d. I:90 Ch. i World S T
ClvlllaellonI gen
Nla. Inuw., Ch 1 '. 1"10. I N.w.. "nll.y.ltrlnkl.yrh. l'\S YOUR OLD MAN. HONBVJ2ANDRA ( \
TnrtaT11 Cemealer I N.... Walter ('ronkll. 1:80: rh I Krleniea *
Ott Ch t 6AVS SHE
5 v
1"10. 5 Ra. Ce'Iree the Turns
('h.. film rVeliire' 146, I.'h.. 101.... Weather a a.W'. aSr'' 4 v bOESN'T WANT ME! :' IM
T :no C.... 1 Mltkey Kvene WHAT'S
Lain 1.110 (10. 1 1t1'I.m.n a. YOURS, HON6V- err !
3:65: Ch. S New, Weather' 141 rh.C. oeV"11Parawnrd 6
( 10. C Huotine Itching / LfFTOFWE.THATIS/ / ,
CROWN Times .IMt (''a. '. I'.I.loln Kangaroo CS a Vlrllela Ito,. 1.00 1'10. 1..1' Moks. s Deal z
:ao ( 10. C'.rlonn. IBO: Ch. 1 Nlarl year. NnelneeCh ; c.'h. .
I OU Ch. I IXvorre. Court 0 Pa.ewoedCh. CS 1 M.. Mcsno 'YOUDELtNG Tee IOPtOIENCE KIT THETVE MANOTHEK >
Ch.. < Amerli.. an 1I1'ory' 1':1C. AND THEN IANDRA p
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DRIVE-IN TltusvllU Ch. I K>erol.e far Womu I fltnletoeea' 1.80 rh. I r>nrtoreHonee Fly KaISer TO SECKY 'AN0 A WOMANLIKE COST wC PART OF MV V' KIND CFTREAS61P.
I I IS ('I. S Cartoon. 166 C.... I HaehldeCS. CS' I Party tuea Me CAIrT BUY LODE. SOrLLr TREASURE MV Loll KH SLATS NOTHINSNC.CPY y
.::.m, r.... I Romper Room Donnn Reed r.. PUTITDCWNASAPCLR CAN TAKE THAT
aM.. I'll. I I'", N"dereCh o.y In rmirt ,_,-
OPEN 6:4: $ AT 7:50-10.45: : 10:<) (('h'10.. 1 I.Key News.When a My T"r.. Cone 1 1\1I\ Ch g Newe Line Howard \ INVtSTMENT, AWAY FROM ME;
Mike Wettero 1:00 CS
I Annlber WorldTo o>
1,00 ('h. Perry Mien
C" .
IN epneish rh. 1 Tell I IS, Truth LCastsLAnR.
BLAH-JO: COLOR 1's.S Paelen' 0 Taol."BO
Ch. I hewn. Kdwln: Newman Ch 1 Gon...' Hoepllel
10.30 Ch. I Word. for Word CII. I HoeelCS. I.M, .
1 Jimmy Doe.1mm r. d "' .w. Den* Bdward'
"SHAME OF THE Ch.. I Love Lucy 130: rho I To
Ch. S Price le ('h.. I Kraft "umwnee Theatre n Den'ens e
Cleat CS.. I nine P.r.d"In.1Ift Ch niirm' 0' NIgH' .
11 00 r. I
roo..It.llon .
SABINE WOMEN'SHOWN Ch. C "nl' N.wo Reperl.Sloe CS 2'TS toe a D"
C.Ch: : (1.1 M'Co t: Mews. : CS I N..... Ooortw w..,.... 4:00 Ch.' C. CiameNewe. ik
( ennet Chem
Ch I Newn. "or'o.' WeetSerCh.
AT 9:30: ONLY n.80 I" I Joa".r"" S Newa Ruh Tnun. 1'' a Trettmenler
('h. I Pete and fll.",. 1119 ('h. I N.w.. IpnrH W..lh.rn. 4':el! Ch. 1 Lander Vanoour
Cb. I Miming I IJnkaAPTCNNInN 4 m' Cb.Cb.. I Hume and Alle
"Young, Willing .'" CII. a F.dllDrlol I 1'nole Welt *
IS.OO Ch.' I Your First Impreealon UII: CS 1 MD'" "n.." Gmlo" I no c><,1 R..' rof OrourhD
And Eager" Ch I Love of Life CS I Weather. Cb.Cb. RI..rb".1 I y
('h. I rather Known Meet r ",A 1 Momee I. lportl
12:2': Ch C Newa. Robert Trout 11:80: r.. I Johnny roll I SO Cb I Yaerer.CS .
1 1:30 Ch. a Truth or Con...."..... Cb. C Movl. "DHP V.II.," w... 1& 10 Bever


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Wednesday, June I, 1H4 TtfcMvrtt. (PUHdal. 'Her -A4vM. ,". I-f _


(Continued From Page 20)) I i, EtaiilI.:, iltlt,, ,,.!,:,{,
SAYE ; ; ;
of ronslructiod ond com mission' Sl ely

Ing. It was built In Newport i..r...,,. ...,:. '
News, Va. liiijl VAN CAMP'S Y
The hip held open house in ; I !; gr'naft 9'

New York and Ronnie waa one .
Of the sailors who acted as Ship's :;::
guides He says he felt just a
little embarrassed when he found :illy i 3f;

himself having his signing picture autographs taken with and i i,:, "iEii 0 ,,,,,.- '" rA ti! NSET SIEi ,
mall boys. While In New York, \
{? !fili
Ronnie spent two days at tneWorld's h'r.I: i:: csj
i. ....
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Fair and of
saw many ,.. -
: {Y:: "
the Pavilions and Exhibits, ,.,
among them being the Florida, ll !!iias: :;;:;!:,:::::,,.: :o00. ST oats..Iai'i: ; x PEjiRi: ; :::i ililii EA. .. .
: ,, . :' .. SAVE 7-5/6 STOKELY HALVES SLICES Y.ltew Clint
Texas and Ford Pavilions; Gen !,:!; :; {.' uttwwwwluuwu.udtuiiuoniWtdl:: :; : ;, ,,:. fiiii, : .:. ..i..f i '
eral Motors' Futurama and the : Peaches .6'1.
.-..-Vatican Pavilion with Michael- .
angclo's magnificent "Plela". SAVE 4/ EACH STOKELY fRUIT
Ho also visited many of the attractions t ,
of the City itself.\ Including QUANTITY RIGHTS 1' >F I Cocktail I .4-1.
the Empire State BuildIng RESERVED ,,.f, ,- ++
Greenwich JUNE *THRegular I 1L JOJ '
Village. Ronnie C
t h 1.
t Peas 5
brought back color movies to .
show his parents and brothers

Great Ronnie'a Lakes next, III duty, where station he will la y s 1 Green Beans 4 "" '1
i .
be going to Radar School for / .
forty.two weeks lie has been SAVE 3< EACH STOKELY
working with the Radar crew e 39' I Colonial Brand Quick Frozen JOJ
aboard ship( so he Is looking Green Limas 5 CANS 1.
forward with great Interest to
(Iii-Up HENS : Juice 3 ..6001. 1. I

Senior League Monday eve d SAVE 8< EACH STOKELY TOMATO
ping, May 25th, saw the league .
.6-01. '
leading Cardinals shut out the Juice 4 1
Cubs 4-0. Tommy Thompson FOR .
pitched for the Redmen, [facing Angel Food Cake FOR STEWING SAVE IS-2/ EACH VAN CAMP'S j
Gary Hart( of the Cubs; on Wed
nesday evening.the Twins bowedto CHICKEN SALAD .2 5 Corned Beef 3 CANg 1. t .t
the Colts 10 8. Mark McAllis
ter was on the mound for the CHICKEN & RICE j SAVE 4-1/3 EACH STOKELY'S
Colts and Dennis Weaver pitchIng 29
for the Twins; Friday evening _I CASSEROLES ;li Catsup 61.

:, May 29, the Cardinals padded I II

their hold on first place by f'W'W'f'iIt"U'1I'C.! ...I -. ,;:!I ....,.:.\._." .. '":", -- --I! .
putting down the Colts 8.2. John I
Savarie pitched for the Cards f : = ; :
facing Butch Barnes of the Colts. I Rep 49i .i:39--: : ,
Stnlor Ltague Standing : ;
as of 5/2' B. E EF I Rtg /SSureyland. F..sh

Tom Cardinals Won S :0 Lost I Sausage u>39'' l'

Cubs Colts 2 S 2 2 ,, ; LUNCHMeat Rep, 69< Copeland Faro" Pk. ti ,. 1

Twins 0 Seoee FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND | lb 59' a.

k 79 l Reg 25* Kraft Plmtnto Olive
Major League Saturday, May ',, g Stea LB. ? I Cheese Ja,19i '
23rd, saw the Bulldogs defeat the
Elks In a makeup S S. SO EXTRA STAMPS
: 1
Steve Maxwell was. the slugger p Steak 8 8 ,I WITH PURCHASE OF LARGE JUICY SUNKIST
.LI .
I Tarnow Whole Hog
f ,
for the Bulldogs( hitting a home Lemons DOZ'j19" \
tun In the 7th inning with two 50 Extra Top Value Stamp BONELESS RUMP OR) BONELESS ROUND I Sausage Lb,69' .
on base. R. Hall and M. Martin a Go. Brand BrickSausage ,' I
pitched for the Elka with J. Donn e-+ ,1"1 59 j
the mound ONC a Li PiBreaded' PAN.IIIDI'J. Lb.
and J. Jones on for
the Bulldogs. ;i .. r Shrimp I WITH PURCHASE OF a G
Tuesday evening, May 20tn: 6000 Txw JuNe arxf1 Roast ". 88x 1 a Sunnyland/ Chapped ,
saw the Bulldogs shutout the AT ANY WINN-DIXIE MAINE BAKING POTATOESRussets
Tigers 14 O. G. Young and J. g 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH' :D Ham e*.. M.. 59'LS. '
Jones pitched for the Bulldogs I Clapped Shaped Cub .. 5 ; G 4 9M 1
Gr. Beef 5 T
with M. Marr, R. Blankennhin PKG. I steaksloFa89'rr !
and D Ringer pitching for the i i

the the ,.. ..... ... -- -. .."..
Tigers second of "' ---
; Value ,
evening game excitement 50 Extra Top Stamps ijtit .. .*....Mt'l'QiA\ ..J..L'I. ""' '''' ; "',\, ,.1"/'" ; ", nA..
saw some
with the game being called because .,
of time, with the final two PK rnoziN PATIO t
.. Innings being played under pro Enchilada Dinners SAVE 7, .. ALL PURPOSEWesson
test. The league-leading Pirates OOOD THRU JUNI 'TM 61'
were deadlocked at 1111 with the AT ANY WINN-DIXIE 2d.Dt. low
'Q Oil 28-
Elks when the game was called BOTTLE -J e
Pitching for the Elks were A.
Simon and R. Hall racing: MCooper 62i. . .,. . . '
and B. Stephens of the ; v. SAVE 10* ALL PURPOSEAstor ':
Pirates. 50 Extra Top Value Stamps ,
Thursday, May 281 h, saw a WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE aTwo.NSe..NOnx | Oil 24.0: 25 ; Fish Sticks 3 :ft $1.SUPERBRANO 1 1.
over clone the game Braves won TAB by the. Morton Yankf RICH' BOTTLE ; "..j(? :;,

hurled for the Braves with J. Chocolate Eclairs

McLaughlin pitching for the aooo null JUKI trx - - SHERBET OR HALf
Yankees, the second game of the AT. .ANY WINN-DIXII. g / ,
evening saw the Bulldogs put IJL. :. :,::.. .T. :: : 'Ii I Ice Cream 2 r 51 ,
down the Elks 10 d. Pitching for j Fresh I Land 0' Sunshine j jI II Y
the Bulldogs were G. Young and _I ASTOR FLORIDA CONCENTRATE ORANGE :

J Hall.Friday Jones, and evening facing D. Davis A.saw of(Simon the the Elks Pirates R. 50 Extra Top Value StamDs1-i I PECAN I 11 I Creamery II j ;i Juice 5 a 99' NM M.:

of the lose season their to first the! official Yankees game 5.4. WITH Two THIS PH"COUPON. PAOieN AND WOODY"PURCHASE Of I PIES I"Butter I e MORTON ALL FLAVORS ::

Yanks Ronnie slammed SchwarU hm pitching first f'ir"home the 0000 Corny Txeu JuNe Dogs erN re ; Cr. Pies 2w79xMcKcnzic .;:'

run of the season In the fifth 'in \ AT ANY WIN"-DIXII" I
Se I.R.C. NEWS On tips IS 64 g 1 .
--- --- ..-: ii .fflA i iI ; Frozen Vegetables :
;E; '
'i'iI I '.'
50 Extra Top Value StEm i 2 l-ll. 1
t118r/ WITH THIS COUPON AND PURcHASi a M HBiH mmmmmr mm it CUT CORN .
axe TwiN' Mte CIIACKIN' GOOD I FULL I POUND PIE | I Limit I with f S. order or morel IUTTIR HANS lAGS :

Dip or Potato Chips

ONLY 000.TN.U JYNe IT" '- MSM O mmt mm WWm mmm mmimm anaBB Iw J ,. .. .. . ti
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ONEtMwM at a a e":, J I .,, .
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Maps. .ManuBsaM. .,.MMT 50 Extra Top Valae Sum.s tADeT t 1 XWEU ,A -
1000 kMtMM.. kM aw* WITH puRcHASl
ftM Mrtr too/XI|Mr mnittum ttMvtRf .. s NOUS s'' ..
la auslMas aMMnnualr ONt i.L' P.. CNACNIN': GOOD i IIa
;Ifa far atora lufgnwM -
apart... Fig Bars a s sI
1000 T..U JYNe arN I I I Rel = + I'
Ia :
a .
ti Y18T0IdI /d g =

.... ri -f
I (50 Extra Tei Vain StEm s
.. rr Mrr
.....M. to awl ft* | WITH THIS COUPON\ AND PURCHASi Of Save 20< Giant Box ; Save Bag ;! Big 12-oz, throw away Cans ; Save ; 1 Can

:W;- I I E $1,00__Worth Tuny, JUMV of*TK Candy 69 151 5949 II Is s

n *- *
Nw'.il i I
D I SaMkiMMteiila: I d1 g .. Limit I with $S.00 ads I Until I with $S.00 Ofd r tt r..... : '
Limit 1 '" |S 00 adorn more ; Ho.A Cook-Out) Tonight RIgUIa or Low Celotll l ; of NNxe
Star Advocate. I! .... ........ eMM

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1-1 Tthiivlll (FterMa' ) IUr-MvMiH I Wednesday, June 1, IMi

I House Cleaning? Don't Throw It Away, Sell It For Cash On This Page i TODAY'S REAL ESTATE BEST ..

AD I Real Estate I WilY PAY MORE

MOVIES FOR SAL 3 bedroom, 2 tiled baths, all
I p.nv D.p Man. FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS, closein # I MOONLANDMobile Westinghouse homes.
JMblloilloo For W... *. frt efficiencies, weekly, monthly I ,, .'1 CHRISTIAN JANITOR, call for appointment TITUSVILLE, S bedroom, fenced I
U A.M. ..to For II 0.. FulllMrtlea.. rites, air conditioned, 417 Julia II 287-3646, between a. Home Sales I' yard, like new. $390 and assume

Street.AVAILABLE. m.-U noon. ____ QUALITY HOMES AND payments. 287.0515 or 2873146.

WANT I loots AD prr RATCS word ) -: :JUNE Id.'Trifurnlnh-: I 1 ASSISTAN-FI-O"WATER PLANT SERVICE .ASSUME VA mortgage- no qualifying

Minimum Ch.r sot ed, 2 bedroom apartment. Not I OPERATOR-Applicant must be UJ3.1 North of OverpanTltuuvllle available July 1st. 267JB -
High School Graduate or have 7.NEED.
suitable for small children 267- 207-6693: _
2533. equal combination at experienceand Featuring Westinghouse central
ALL CLASSIFIED ADS training water plant opera. TRAIltR LOIS POE SAL ROOM FOR CHILDREN or beat and air conditioning
PAYABLE IN ADVANCBEloepl 4 employment and entertaining? In Forest Hills,
FURNISHED MODERN large 2 tion. Steady ducted to every room. The
: KfUlilllh A U U bedroom apartment, 267-6288. good working conditions. Apply MIMS I AREA, all Improved trailer : see the new spacious 3 and 4 lovely kitchen feature the
HOUSHf y---- City Hall, 525 Palm Avenue, I lot, cool and quiet Call 267-: bedrooms, airconditloned homes, handsome Westinghouse Contmental -
Diu4tlud\ Dl.pUy' Kite A"nalll' NEW TOWN apartment, p .,. Titusville. Fla. 5183 on Hibiscus Ave., with family Range, breakfast
air conditioned, 3 bedrooms, m
OB Rebut rooms and enclosed patios as
Thi ai"r-Ad.oc.l. ....n.. tho baths, enclosed garage, walking PART TIME boy: (6.18for motel I well as 2 car garages. Priced bar and complete set of beau
of rcvtilM or rtup ,..,Un" Moving StorageLOCAL tiful cabinets. Gleaming
)1'\,11.( distance to sehonls and shopping work, salary paid. Lawn and from
which R '.... $18,950 to $22,000, FHA
.dirartlMmint white terrazzo floors through
objMtlonibl and M ehtni thuolautttla.tton G. M. Barley, 342 Washington, pool tire Bell boy tips extra. AND LONG distance mov Let us show them to you. Please out. Large utility room-large
Of adveettlot..thoO "J67-3622., 287-1771. I
rep ers. Moving, storage, phone 267-3622, George Barley, and
that ordered I. ooafnrM to packing, Inc. enough for your workshop
tbi notify of lhl p.p. UNFURNISHED :2 I BEDROOM INVENTORY CLERK, must have shipping, cold fur storage, erat- > --, -exclusive- agents laundry. Picturesque landscaped .
Tho Star-Advoortu wilt Mt b.ruipa.elblo .. apartmect, tile bath, central high school education, apply Ing. Free estimates 207-3341. -- lot with lots of beaut
for than InH 3 BEDROOM :2 I bath
man o.e ,
< >rrtt Innruon nor will' It hi heat and aircondltioned, near Cary Hall, 525 Palm Avenue, Brevard Ridgeway Mayflower 80 x 125, 14 corner lot. iful shrubs. Only $450 down
I In Fiche Flat, $110 monthly Titusville Florida. I year mortgage 2675326. and monthly
HabU for any oror idvtrtlMOMDU 1 approx. $79 pays
,. a THIor' oxlnt than Phone 2671928.UNFURNISHED. Plumbing Supply principal and Interest.
lb< eoit of (ha byit ROUTE SALESMAN, apply Fore- .
Morn. ID tba'I't.:: :'t. i Bedlam. ;apartment ; most Dairies, Norwood Ave., LARGE 3 bedroom, :2 I tile baths, Remember ALL LakeviewHill
built-in residents will soon have
$70 adults, inquire 609 Tro. adfh SEPTIC TANKSof range and oven. Hardwood
after :2pm.KITCHEN I I floors and double carporte. their own marina, beach, and
8u.'._ OfTloo n Maid Strut pie Street.Comn'.1. 1
ciat ateel
concrete rela- beautiful
Dial All stet J HELP, Kentucky Fried pre- Utility room no red tape. $500 recreational area on
Offloa uoura IIUII: ,. IM: Buildings Per Rent a.CKls Chicken, 212 Garden. forced, atate-approved, don MO down and move in. $UO monthly. South Lake. Drive out Garden .
--- .. S gals., 630 ,gals., 735 gals. and 1000 267-1928.. Street, turn north on
COMMERCIAL BUILDING 40 x .srea.4ho..uMw.uddoooo. WANTErT, DOZER operator and I gala Grease trlpslutaue4, tanks Carpenter Road and look

Animals' 60 for rent on Route 1 north of "Wh t good is Instant coffee'instant Juice, instant truck driver, must be experienced. pumped and cleaned, drain fields 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH. $300 down, over the activity presently
-- Mina 2W ft. frontage, Soo n. '. 2672845. relaid. Work guaranteed Plttman $U monthly, no qualifying. Call underway.
HORSES BOARDED deep. Also for sale 2674389.HOUSCS cereal, instant biscuit, unless you get up Instantly!" I Septic Tanks,Bnt. -li'wt' Wessner Realty, 267-7125. 101-Modest home situated on
Individual stalls, dally exer CAR SALESMAN. Experience preferred 4421. P. 0. approximately 2U acres on

cite. correct feeding. FOR RENT For Rent For Sale but others considered. Florida. Old Dixie Highway between
1 Well respected dealership. Bre-
OAK HILL 845-3441 I Titusville and Mims. Widow
BEDROOM house, 2 blocks from yard Motor Co. Call 287-4391. Titus Real Estate WESTWOODMANOR will sell all or part. Liberal
Boats For Sale A&P. JOJ month< Mrl, Cabella, WAREHOUSE FOR RENT I DUE TO DIVORCE:, We Have A vUle, Fla.Mobile. term available since owner
AM 7-1845. Repossessed 64 Model Swing
desires monthly payments as
Z SMALL OFFICES and ware Needle Dia60-Matie Zlg Zag, Homes Income.
33FTCRRECT ALMOST NEW 3 bedroom; bath; dence on heavily traveled Hopkins
CRAFT Millet Stitches Makes
two Fancy ,
houtes for rent. 200 square feet, Avenue. Suitable I for T.v. 160-153 acres at a low $275 per
185 HP Gary, extras. Seen by $145 monthly may be aircondltioned office plus 600 sq. Buttonholes, Sew on Buttons, OLD DIXIE with terms. Tract borders .
HWY. acre
Sales and Service other retailbusiness.
option to buy, airconditloner i Blind Stitches, Monogram Em. TRAILERS FOR RENT or
appointment only 267-2326. ft. warehouse space. $125 monthly on north county line and

17 FT. FLEETWING J completely;; I tact, drapes Danenburg, and Realty fireplace., 267.3858.Con ; each. J. W. Chlldre' Real Take broider up,remaining Darn, Patches B payment, Etc.of 1 BEDROOM, air conditioned trail. Kitties Agency Only, 611 1570000.So. Washing.Ed BRICK HOMES, 3 Bedroom, has some Indian River front.

fiberglass, excellent condition, I ty. 267-5503. $ Ph. Credit Mgr AM 7(530. er for rent, adults, $80 monthly. ton 267-0831 or 267-5323. 2 Full Tile Baths, Central age. Also, has approx. :2 I
50 HP Johnson motor and trailer 2 BEDROOM modern home, completely .> Osceola Trailer. Park, 400 Oak Heat, Built-in Range With miles of railroad frontage.
2672533. furnished Including WAREHOUSE SPACE St., IRC.FURNISHED. ACREAGE FOR SAL Good county road to prop.
Hood Sod Lawns
------ ---- and Shrubs
TV and washer, Call 26770j. FURNITURE erty.
drapes, Repair Shop Office( DISCOUNT SALES,
CABIN CRUISER, 19 ft. can be $ lV clearance sale on all merchandise TRAILER and FlorIda FOUR 5-acre tracts between Gen. Choice of Color Fixture. 191-40 acres in exceptionallyfine
_.___ or Storage Space $flo monthly Christmas and Lake
seen just north at overpass Dock -- ----- -- on floor. Hurry while it room eva Harney. $2,750 location. Off Garden
FROM $30 MONTHat Park, TV Shop, Hwy SO. I each T. W. Mero Broker PRICES START AT
Inn. $1095. 2676441. UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house, lasts, 2111 Garden St., Nidy San.ford Street near Falrglen subdivision.
:: electric range, carporte and 810 S. Hopkins Ave. 3222481 for appointment.! Excellent site for large.ubdivl.lon
ooq'NATIO; water;:bug cabin Shopping Center, 267-5733 or 267- 2 BEDROOM trailer, large Floe :
utility room. $80 monthly 267- Call or Write; 3. I, Rosen 1921 ida lot aircondltioncd I besutiuTtrees. $14,900 and priced lo at
cruiser, 75 h.p. Johnson, $1300. 1928. 4.1 r room, private I L ACRE: COVERED with
: 20 71 St. Miami Beach-866-0272 call I $2000 per acre, 20% down and
267-2619. Located few
1700 So. Ridgewood Ave., Edge. ---- _!! ,_ just a minutes balance In .
water GA 8.2906.Building UNFURNISHED 3 BEDROOMtown Help Wanted from Titusville. Only $3ooo. I years.404Over
WAREHOUSE, suitable shop, Ready For full restrict
house, tile bath, central i Ed Kittles Agency, 111 S. Washington Occupancy I one acre
garage or storage. In center of MOBILE HOME: OWNERS: ed homesite, has real country
& Const. airconditloned and heating Near town. See II. H. Hudson at Stat WANTED FRONT counter help, 267-0831 or 267-5323. 267.5437 267-5293 267-2802 and Is minutes .
I atmosphere just
Plrtlo 1928. Plaza, $125 monthly 267- I Advocate, Kentucky Fried Chicken. [LIVE RENT HOUSES FOR SAL II I away from town. Paved

NIDY CONSTRUCTION, residenttali \- I MEN A ND WOMEN aged 2M5 to i I streets of course and excel.
commercial and remodeling, FURNISHED :2 I BEDROOM available II I For Sate train for managers and assistant FREE ] NEW SMYRNA BEACH Continued on Next Page lent water, nice trees and
12 years In Tltusvlllo.I Licensed for 60-70 days Inquire first manager in bantam type RIVERFRONT: Deep Water all\ I good fertile soil. An Ideal

and bonded. Phone AM 7-2320. drive went of Oak Park Trailer RENT A PIANO OR ORGAN grocery stores Apply Lll Gen $20 down payment and $20 a the way to the Inlet! 4 bedrooms I place for your children and
I- accordlans, guitars, band lnstrumcnts < eral Store, 1120 Garden St., Titusville. month will buy own full 2 baths, a screened \ pets to play. $2993 is the total
Business Opportunity Court.ROOMS F R.i-NT-- Enroll for summer acre mobile' home your lot at beautiful porch, full dining room-a lovely price with lust $295 down
I lessons. All rental and tuition Lake Louise Estates new air-conditioned home In a A JimHolland : 477-Nice large home lte In
GOODS-- HOWARD JOHNSON RESTAURANT convenient location. fine location in town. Cleared .
SPORTING r by will\ apply on purchase price of Become own landlord. Only $3100
owner, at Bargain Price, Small ROOM FOR RENT, Io2 Tropic Instrument of your choice. to high school graduates, Don't tear your rent receipt each down, too. $NIt6A5N ready for building with
Investment will put you In bus Street I KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC rammer jobs available In follow. month. Many up families now re CLOSE TO THE BEACH: Custom. I citrus trees already growingon
iness. Phone 2676114. Evenings, SLEEPINGTFoovT- --- ---- 2128 W, Trople 2676385 tog categories: cooks helper, util side In our beautiful trailer community built bedroom, bath home the rear of the large 101
2672918. for gentleman, ity personnel waitress (evening with screened porch, fireplace, INC. x 146 lot. $3300.857Exceptlonal .
-- aeml private bath, TV, kitchen U FORD, 2 door, $223; Pepti e ol'l and day shah open). Apply in yourself, visit the finest u* and lelf-owoed see for den, and many other extras. U. 8 b. No. 1 :2 I Mile I business prop
:2,000 SHARES, Spaceonlx common I privilege, $12 M weekly, 267 er, 10 case flat top; freezer person between hours of 9 a.m.- mobile home park. Can be bought FHA for $1500 North Of Mimi At erty located on U. S. No. 1

yoUng stoek $1 per share, all or .-2904 after---S-p-,- m.- ---_ lb*., O. C. Campbell, Scott- _11 am. and'...!'pm.-4 p.m.__ LAKE LOUISE ESTATESon down $107 per month. Rocket Motel AM 7-3097 lust north of Mims. Corner

part 287.7 2-__ SLEEPING ROOMS! tat, 4 men, ; moor, 287.2206. _,. ? i FEMALE HELP WANTED East Orlando.Estates Road MARGARET S. KLIKNA- I property has 362 ft. on U. S.
I REALTOR No. I, 281 ft. Irwin Ave
private entrance, $10. 267 0968. TWNTY Inch
Camping Hunting THREE screen WHITE!: WOMAN to live In and Bithlo Florida Rt. 50 Paxton Realtors, NEW and USED I nue and 382 ft. on Old Dixie
CLEAN DOUBLE air. Bradford TV. New guarantee Phone 277-5282 419 Ave. Beachslde.,
room ondl- care for school children, weekends I Fligler Highway. Modern building
9x9x7'-10"! : high tent, outside poles, tloned, maid service, private Take up payments. Grant' Appliance free. Mobile Manor trailer or Phones: 4288221. or 4288142 MOBILE HOMES has approximately 3000 sq. ft.
good condition, used :2 I times, 1 bath. $30 weekly 2223 8. Wash i Department. __ park, Lot 58 North U. S. Hwy. 1. ALLEN REALTYR. --- I Suitable for many uses suchas
year old, $39 267-4676 ington. f WHEEL/ ENCLOSED" trailer;:' 4 R. No. 1, Box 364 Sales And Rentals motel, restaurant, frater
2 WANTED GIRL experienced In auto 5 Miles N. Of Cocoa .
nal club house, roadside attraction
TAKE YOUR vacation hTa' Florida $12.110 PER PERSON, net week. x 8 ft., excellent condition, $100or nit and title work. Must be Cocoa (3 .3796 etc. Priced at

camper Make reservations now. Rocket Motel, Mims. Phone 267- best- offer.- -2674979.-- able to complete sales contacts, Directions Route 50 1 mile WOMEN I $65,000, 291 down.
Call Double J. Campers 2671584. 3097. RCA 21 inch console TV, $40. 2670576 notorlze and act si title clerk past Blthlo Cutoff SPECIAL 761-Shopping Center. Very

Child Care SLEEPING ROOMS sties efOclen- _McCotter Motors _Inc., 267-2113.: WITH TRANSPORTATION TO 50 X 10 NEW 2-BEDROOM attractive shopping center

for rent. 801 Orange St 267- 3CANDALLI ACCORDIAN, 3 MEDICAL SECRETARY-reception- i BEDROOM, extra nice carpeting REGISTER IN PERSON FOR $3960.00 containing 11 stores showing
3400 ist, experienced in routine ofdoctor' airconditloning. Inquire BABY SITTING OPPORTUNI high return with room for
by day or switch, 120 billS Cllmatlzed, USED
available June 6th. expansion. \Ideally
Able 235 Coquina,
office. to
week Indian River Heights. AM CLEAN ROOMS for working men like new, $185. 267-6526. responsibility. Send resume assume of ""- I TIES. 36 X 8 STEWART 1-BEDROOM with 601 ft. on Titusville'smain

_7-S768. 267-0234. GOLD high gain TV experience and salary expectedto TRAILER' FORS"-L'i---j $1195.00 East-West arterial high.

IN MY nOME, day or week. Call LOW rt antenna, $7, 267167. F. O. Box 1838. Titu.vllle.RECEPTIONISTMust LEAH CONLEY'SEMPLOYME.1IJT way Excellent Investment In.
t 267-8947. rates. aa rooms for work 1963 GREENBRIAR, SO x 10, assume come now plus bonus of terif-
men. $10-1. Call 217-6185. 1 USED HOTPOINT range, 40 inch, have knowledge payment, call 287-4146 after SERVICE 10% Down Local Bank fie potential.
For Rents good condition, $6888. T. V of typing and shorthand 5:30: p.m, U S. No. 1- South Financing 829-Brand new 3 bedroom, :2 I II
STORES FOR RENT .. Emporium, 2673577. must be able to meet the public. 32 x-8. trailer-with- Tandem-axle Across Street from Caia Burr WE TRADE I fully tiled! bath home. Locatedin

,.ARTICLES FOR RENT 15 x 50 foot store or office space 3 USED TV', 21 Inch table model, ply Excellent, City Hall working 525! conditions.Palm Avenue Ap, and hydraulic dolly wheels, Ideal ANYTHING"I town.one Lovely of the! finest built In areas kitch in
available June tat Contact all with new picture tubes, $49, Titusville. Florida. I for farm trailer or heavy duty
FOR RENT George LaGasse at George's Electronics boat trailer. $260. Apply at I ens. Only $695 down. Total
$ T. V.
Emporium, Big WHISPERING
i ,. 1412 South Hopkins. SPI:6: : Plaza, 267-3577. I Rocket Motel, :2 I miles north of price Is a low 15900.
Floor Sanders 847-Need a furnished
Polisher Remember nv your Paper Boy Mims. ((6))
Phone AM 7-3255 WILL BUILD UP TO 4000 Square NATIONAL CASH register, $111;; with low monthly payments?
Foot store or warehouse for electric cash register, $160 i; 4 BEDROOM HOMES Then see this well cared for
FACTORY PAINT suitable tcnnant. Contact; I table and 3 bedroom, 1 bath home The
OUTLET George counter, manlqulni
I La C ass* at George's Electron.Ics,1412 racks. Barr Wholesale, 118 W., Kids Walk to School! Ready for occupancy or Nearing Completion. 2 Full furniture Includes tv. set,
Baldwin Shopping Center
South Hopkins.! Central Ave. Orlando. Tile Baths, of Course. Dishwashers, Garages, Sidewalks, air conditioned and stove
ville's Finest well for the care of the lawn.
APARTMENT OR trailers. Weekly The total I price Is a low $9900
L monthly rates, adults only $18,750-$20,000 with $1400 down and best of
504 Garden. JUST GOOD BUYSIN all the monthly payments
-- ---" Moms Love the Kitchens! CLOSE-OUT REDUCTIONBuilder's including taxes and insurance

NEW FURNISHED 1 bedroom '_. Last Model. 3 Bedrooms 1V4 Bath Fire are only $67.41.859Country
apartment, all-conditioning! close Club Heights./
in,call 267-0489 or 2679321.APARTMENT place. Was $18,250, Now. Large modern home in ex

2 ROOM man 602 Tropic Street.for work.Ing _. REAL ESTATE Dads Relax In Comfort! ,.JW' ):; $450 down, Less Than$13,950$100 Month. Hurry On This cellent bedrooms brick neighborhood.fireplace and 2 complete 3 Beautiful large.

WODERN APARTMENT,-com One, Won't Last Long Phone 267.2756 Anytime. baths Close to Country Club
shopping and school Pricedat
pletcly furnished, .ircomlitlon-
vl,. electric litchen. Private :2 I ACRES north of Mims near U. S. No. 1. $3000 with $300 down. -HUNTER GEO. BARLEY INC. $16.900, 10% down, month.

Irlveway std storage. Adults. 10 ACRES near Rt. No. 46. Nicely wooded, $5500 with terms FROM ly payments of $108.891Large .
J04 Indian River Ave PRICED home, 4 bedrooms,
-- --- 100 FT. U. S. No 1 with frame building. Total price $6600. PARK HOMES $16.200 FHA I :2 I baths and large family
room In exclusive residentialarea.
e 100 FT. U. S. No 1 In Bellwood. $75 per front ft. . .. .. IN BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES "North Brevards Oldest Real Estate Service/ Built.In kitchen double
INDIAN RIVER CITY 267-5221 central heal
BEER AND WINE\!: BAR In excellent location with well established carporte. ducted
business. A real bargain and money maker Stop for details. &Z All practicually iwvr.' Priced
at $21,500 and $15. monthly
UNFINISHED Frame Home on beautiful 100 x 135 ft. lot. Out of pays all after reasonable

1pn .town owner asking SS.ooo . . . . .. SEE OAKWOOD 1'I4/'clr( J! down payment.955WATERFRONT.. Above

LIKE NEW 3 bedroom :2 I bath In Gardendale. Compare our price average home located on the
with other homes in this area. $16,0(10( with $900!! down. bllloN fi4phaww beautiful Indian River exactly .

NEW, EXTRA LARGE 1 'bedroom' 2 bath on corner lot Central MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing All well I one mile south of new
heat and many extras. $700 down with no FHA qualifying.
away from work at the
"IAL.TO"I .ult.D. 78 FT. V, S. No. lln south section of city. Strategic location of : ATTENTION NEWCOMERS TO TITUSVILLE! Cape or Merrltt Island. Home
this parcel plus' the adjoining lot with beautiful I bedroom has f bedrooms and one bath,
home make this a real buy at $23,000 Terms. bulkhead, dock completely
I If you are considering Titusville as your new home, landscaped and IIneea\)
RENT WITH OPTION. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, central heat and llr- LARGE 7V x 110' LARGE: POOL kept Immaculate. The location
why spend time and
conditioning. $125 month. your money driving your car a-
and waterfront It
a AM1 LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFTLEBOARDHORSESHOES.: round the area without any knowledge about the various lasting value. Let us show

hrrtt eft WATER Etc. communities. Just call for one of our trained experienced you this fine home

RYAN sales staff to conduct a tour for your family throughthe

BEAUTIFUL GARDENDALE 3 .. many nice residential sections. There is absolutelyno
bedroom, :2 I bath, Kitchen equip
ped, Florida room 10 x 25 patio, ;: $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO obligation to purchase. Moreover, you probably will

6 air( conditioned, well kept lawn, enjoy the trip and learn a great deal about our city.

shrubbery, double carporte, vantdrles !- REALTYR. Homes are priced and financed to fit almost any budget. DANENBURGREALTY

t in bath., extras galore. REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on

Priced right at $19,650 with $1150 U.s. 1 to Mima. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more

down, $111.16 per month, Includes G RYAN Reg. Broker mile to our entrance on rIght. For free Informationcall i tOrijanContvayREALTORS & UnJ/.aJ .J/nc..

everything. No qualifying. Hur- ASSOCIATES: J. D LAVENDER & JOE JOHNSON 287-5566. 1514 South Washington

AM 7- 2011
PHONE 267.4691DAY OR NIGHT Day. Night or Holidays
Realty and get better and faster service11tI
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Continued From Preceedlng Page Real Estate Services Used Cars & Truck --

Wanted Till fOITV Jl'I.OK'a.': Ile". THai CIUCCIT COOS: 0. THI
Real Estate To Buy I Work ? 5- Asia suse nUVUD M1TH JlltiriAt ( tit
HOUSES FOR SALE i iI ST PLYMOUTH push button I f.MTT, riOKIIM AIim FOIl A :.It"fl.tr x *,
condition Nil. ai 411M p ieii" s
---- I and why pay more' T. V. Service cylinder" machanlcal USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto LADY DESIRES "l U. MITK': (,H ,\,(KMT: N". *M4INOTICK
HOUSES rOR SALR WHISPERING OAKS I bedroom Center 267-3883. and tires very good radio and Parts. AM:\ 7-3686. lent references Rlh) RNTATK, OP Of nt'I1'|
2 bath family room. comer lot heater, new battery, 64 tag $250. after 4 p.lII. HATTIE I). OIL ICRT. LILLIAN KOHKOl'rTII.

3 BEDROOM, a baths eentral heat wIth sidewalks $500 down no FREE BOTTLE-. IIIstaUatloQ'j Phone 267.5750. M."|.. I III knwbr UI.tterrtsu..1... lOot wa va. pt.totirjChARLES *,
and conditioning. Will ecU closing costs 1708 Smith Or So., No gas deposit Work Wanted .. 1114 our final ritnrna aa K.. ROTOHtTrlHTO : '
furnished or unfurnished. No I Please call 267-1770. mum bills. Phone 2C7.3078 or lOTt 56 CHEVY 2 door S cyltader ulo.. of lha nlal. nf HATTIIC D.C.ndes4.

qualifying. Small down 989. Titusvllle Oat Co luto, rib not I cream ruff, !but I U1LHKRT, d*<-.aa..l, lam w* ) CHARLKI4 noHERUHII
LUXURY LIVING new brick iAB SITIINGOR our petition fur illalrl-I PInIon Hold
assume mortgage. 2675786. I Iota 01 cream left. I3TS. Call 187H8 housework, =:i.. n"aid for final. : diaihana, and Flint, Odisblses
veneer, 4 bedroom I tile bath, $. lays or week 267-4838. *it Juaa tnih, 1M4, w* will ap oo Jerry Hunt
NEW 4 BEDROOM 2 bath all built In range and oven dishwasher FREEH! -- lo lila Juris of ih* ahnv*.nlvlrd You ARC: HRRKnT NOT1nll11i _

brick home $700 down $120 and disposal Intercom L.P. BOTTLED GAS 1963 CHEVY, Super Sport radio, CARPENTER DESIRES trim ': Cur: aunraviti for:: of aalit flaal r- that n soft for, dlvore ka. noun

monthly No qualifying. Call with AM and FM radio centraloil INSTAtLATIONISuburban better, VS. Stick, Equity i and work,.preferably by job_267-S820.tlltM ..lad..d for an final onlrr,ill.chnrir.' of illairl-I filed.. .of..In.th Ninth'011''In Judicial lie. (.'.15.1,11Court .

Wessner Realty 261-7125. heat and alrconditioned. aaiumt payments. 2675522.A.1TRANSPORTATION 1'4. TIIK (11111 IT tltt liT CI" TliltJOtI'll111 tllI.R lIto'.IC liT.nf the'lesss.pd' Will of HAFTIK In anil for Hrvard* Couaty, Florida rirouli., *
wall to
wood burning fireplace, Propane II'"I\I. s-.esi. Ir, ,s.oIs I., THILIMI, Nfl, entitled. LILLiAN'. KIIMBHI'HH"
SAVE $700. BrickThomeT brand wall carpet double car garage, Flat 600, OIN IIK"'KII" 14" NT', i K OII.HI.HT Plaintiff Va llfARLHM KOHB.
new 3 bedroom 2 bath. Wai fully landscaped, corner kit, 2019 U. S. t N. 267-6411 1st $225. 4 new tires and motor. a ...,sui \. a Kaavulora.: lU'HH n.frnda.,. Ckanory. N*.

$1.400 dowfi on $14,900 price. Now $27H( down. For appointment S675680. .\Nt
$700 down on $14,200 approximately 267-1928. I DOES YOUR sewing machine noM IIIRLRY TKMPLkl JK.NNINOI. CAOver otbi-r wrtttrn: tlrlnam: I* ta* C.m.Kalnt .
$90 per month. Compare repair No Job too small 267- 1HS FORD good condition, rca I'lalullff MOTir: or oI'ptSCITION flloil hmiln upon Jualli *.
LAKEFRONT ESTATES hat the innable. 2672281. vie P O Ron MS. Coona
at 17000. Ed Kitties Agency roll TIIK:. I>
OSCAR I.CS: Hrm-h. FlorId, Atlornva for
homes with advantages you'lllike. Nallpa I Ia hcrrhv iivnn" 10.5Irote
111 So. Washington 267-08J1) or tIff anil In flla Ih thnrrofIn
H TON DODGE pickup truck '.""**' Tru |i> knlilor,! .
267-5323. 3 bedrooms, 1* baths at lot OSCAR LEO: JUNNINlll, ;:.n .. nf aIM! rorllf-: tha ofOcC Ih* Clerk of lnllrcuit <
12,600. $500 down, $79.38 monthly I Used Cars & Trucks 1956 model, $350. 2G7.5856, tftor( U Jaik.mitllla, tlorl.U' N 1702 U. Iniuwl ih Ulil. day Court nlIou..41 Couatyj.
May Solo I ,
WHISPERING HILLS bargain. Including P and I., 24 year mort I pm. *,0 % You, ar* binliy, nullflml IK Ioomplalnl a 5 r: my ..tn,.. ant haa", I\I:1:1\ ,:: Florida JiiniA, on D or IIW4HrKKIN hrfor. Ih. tftlh dulof

113,900, 3 bedroom tile bath gage. Large lots. Just south of i 1955 CHEVROLET 2-door Bet Air IWtJ roRD- FALCON truck. $200 ...In.1 you tor In illvi.ro.ihn (..Iraull kaa boon('......flint fur : ,'*,:'far. Kalit a too oarllfliat IMI| lo 'h". :booed : FAIL NOT or n !><* *

large utility room, screen patio Whispering Hills Country Club radio and heater! Excellent condition ash and take inward CNiuniy' n...rldn. a n aM,r.. An fi>llola. daanrlliril rmhrnori Pro ConI3'ue will he .nl..01 0501., '
with brick patio large lot, 22 (Route 405)). George B. Barley, i 267-IU87. over payment ofaae.1S vi.' '''' (III* or I Ih. e... 1..ln. HHIHLK t'unl, of llrvari|arniwrly, mala' of In you for lb.. rullat .pray.d for In. aUComplaint -
_ monthly 267-M19. TKMHI:
: JKNN1MIH Inln-, ...,"., lo-wlli
trees and many shrubs call Inc., Tltusvllle. 2673622. - -- .. IHJ.VU: AND ': -
lift v. 'SliMe l.t-M: JICNNINUH.: Cars To l.ola HI lao. ORDRRRP ll Tlluf
owner 2672049. 56 FORD CONVERTIBLE new LET ME sell your car or boat. iMfi-niliint. hi'Hit ikanwy HUM kau "lalll lo U lly Tha HIiM-k H. ill vIII., Florida' thla Knit nay of May
a aa '"r
paint good tires runs good 1. no &MI ami, you a.. k ruy r.uliwl .- flat' Honk. I | All. ISM '
Real Estate Wanted Crowning Auto Sales 267-1520. t raia IIIBVo .
LOVELY S BEDROOM7T bath l want quick sale ao only asking I la Mi, 'your inawrr with lha I T JT *. H. 11 U:. (f'I.t ,KTlft" nf n 40.. DARNR1 Clroull. Court -
Clnrk ,
*f lk ( Irrult
home. Spacious living room, -- $175. 267.3154. 1M3 VOLKSWAGEN sodas lens verd County 11 Tlluavlll I'oiirl.for Klaililaml sire.' 64 ._.'m..1 nf Ih. aalil prnirrlr| for, liravard County, Flurlda

IrcondilKining, carpeted fenced WANTED WATER frontage 3 bedroom I ;; than sow actual miles, $137$. la ..,." ,'<>uv (Unroot upon .. Ih* Hid orrilfiiaia" laaunl, Ily V. 6. 1,1., '.
i9iI3 gon.I .
yard Many extras. 108 Thorn. preferably with a view. STUDEBAKER Lark, Call 267-0778. R..tii" (t'CII"5'. O. 55.5 4M. la Ilia cam uf Julia II,.."w, Deputy ('I.k _
Will consider to aire automatic sliding roof excellent teue, b'I'rI.i. .''hnr. C,,. 'ha Lens Than ( ( ntirl iial) ,
ton 267-UU8. acreage new I -- -- --- ..... sold KTIIfliala.. May tl. Jun* I, in, IT (eW.d. l.fftai
__ Plaintiff. on ir I ,Iun ahall ha
__ Causeway on ?Merrill Inland Also I condition take over JUBILEE MODEL Ford tractor I'M I; IMion y.,:ir ; n-'a::: |,, ,i" :,:: U &\ II, "..,.d awnr 4 BEDROOM sTbathT new. low Homo Wanted no qualifying payments, no cash required. 267- good condition and five out Harrow Ju"l.nifnt by ..lifuult will u* ..qdinIagelnel : Mirlwrd Ihrraln will' In
down payment. Nicest section in low down payment and low monthly 5849. JfiflS cash. 267-1 $ .....
Iin ICC Cuni,0iI.WITNbaa\ at U:"no' niloik
TitusviUe. Forest Hills. 2612564ROMEO ; ta. 2678fi39 THM aTATB OF FLORIDA 't1t1''
... ,..
pay'me tha rl
2.m. : "V aid the of- a Monday" I In Ihv
Remember .pay your Paper: Boy tideS seal| of thn Court .iSle lull at July. A D. im>4. WIll h I. I.o.fic.II: '. JANe THUMASLTHOMAII ADOA
OF unusual beauty and IIAVE DOWN payment want coun ' 1WH TIIIIMAO, old

stylo for those who would rather try home: retired Army Captain Wanted IClRCl'IT t'OI'IIT IIIIA: t.I) 63 OLDS 4 >slid IMk day of May 4.n.I ond If d.ol, mpulvrly, oIl SortIe., If claImIng llvinf' ,

not conform to traditional same family of four wishes: to CURTIS I II. HAHNKK. Clerk' .. Curtla R Baraatlork tst.rrls onl.r .5. 111.: Thom.. Joes

ness. Several are ready to delight buy or rent large country home TOP SOIL CAMPING TRAILER, old lip type ol Hravanl. Ika .Irrint uiinty\ ,cmirl Flnrlili, for at Circuit (Court Thom... Jobs IC.: Thomas. anil Had-

I your eye We also I assist you "with" acreage East.Central Florida off ground I sleeping i WT351. i Byt V. C. 1I1..n.h.'III"Y .. Factory Hravaril County, Klorlila, in alharwl. IMuuiaa, ,*.1..1.. apnua., II....ileeaa... devl.. ..ar.,
in selecting a plan and building Box 1031 Titusville 267.7171. after 4pm.JESS l) ('Iorktol..rt All Inert Nest l leuitiMi, llenOIN
site if you prefer. Prices range FILL MARLFor __ _ /P. O Poll flodbry.4M .. IT, Jun a. lo IT (IWod.1) 1904miTirn ...,111.iranleea.,., trualeea aaalaneol, or nIhrtolll.nl. *'

from $20,000 to $30ooo with Services In tIm. property. Involved
only Ceona. Florida $ In Oil, aiilt anil hemlnafler dijnrlbeili -
10% down. 3 4 5 bedroom. Attorney for .the PlaintiffiMuy .
or Complete Service 15, ft>, IT, Juno,, I |iwrl.,I. > llfll THill (l1t"T" fon" 0. TIIII: : ::: all I praona. bavlnf I ofilahninc
Call UI for service today. Ed FURNITURE TOUCH-up and refinishing .55 IllS I \I. S INS liT. I'll any In lha .land*
Kittles Agency 611 S. Washington also antique work --I; ----- rita .t\11: f'1 Nil, h..ln dI",1 (ho pIno. 0' ,..1.
CallFRANK ", Ill K Cissel I ir IIUHT OK1II8AMI .Olt II". "Ieoi III .",'h nl COins I. unkoowil,
267-OW1 or 2675323.Comfortable: quaranteed service. 267-5733. AfC IOoI"TII UtIIlH, 4Ilutil' 'N 62 '' ....." Sn' ). '11'". all ..roo.. .1.lml. nn, n.lsl. ..,
JOHNS r,,H IIHrltHU: S ill. NTf, TO nr.ncHp: rliht, till or Internal In or lies
HomeNew TRAINED SEWING machine tLOHIIM. : NATIONAL upon tba real property. kercln' n>anrlkwl .
mechanic repair all makes. Landscaping o HtNtrHV Ml ta "' K UK III IT J'l.lnllff, solo, (OHKKT1NI| You an kr.
3 large bedrooms 2 baths Phone 2679208. SHIRLEY TKMI'IK JIGNNINGSvs. : v. ky aollfl.il tOol Complaint' IIIa .
acre lot optional. Nicely furnished "Ialnllr $ MILK RITCIIAKON met 111 la ka. bean kroiiibl In tIll
AM 70656Owner DJ :
BRICK BLOCK and cement work. et .1 l, (Irrult Court for llnvarj County.Florida ..
10% down only 35 minutes I CHILDRE
Free estimates. Yerger Construc OSCAR LEE JENNINOR Dafanflanli' .. Chancery C... N.. SwM
to Cape. Tinfow 1 Lenore tion. AM 7-5728. i O.I.nllant) l lanuul ..".. Rllrhaaan WIOM nialn: >t you and ach. of you ladilalmlni
Avenue. Phone 2671481. Toi O8CAR I.riC JRNNINUH, rmlilinc I I. la: N. Clark lit., .eotn.l .11 p.rnnnu a anlbid.
MKAI.TOB I Lk.oavlll,. flurlila. 62 ..lIn. Kanaaa. ait10. 1.1.. 1111. ae 1.1..t '
NO F bedrooms, COOK'S WELL DRILLING Servo TransferredAm You are hereby nntlflxil. .thai a .... kir.by notlfl.d that a Ii.nopots. Ih. Iilowin d...
giuI3kit ice licensed Insured work guar complaint tap illvnnx. hn bees lo tormluM. a onrlaln. real properly altuata In ....vao"f' )
m baths, wallto anteed. 2673245.PAINTINC fllwl a dent you l In lbs Clrxull 4 Dr. *n th* lollowlni d... : Murlda, I Loll. 14, IK
wall carpeting on lake. Mort. sacrificing this deluxe S bed. Court fi.r Uravard 1 County, Florlila;, ;jf.S'o rly, lo-wlli: II H of il.,:11w R at Craaneailleaok
gage $11,700 plus small down an abbrcvUlffl title n( lha vtM k*. !- alt, Work: a, MMllon K-t, aa per nial _0...... In Pit
expert reliable and room 2 bath custom built home. ln|. 8HIKLKT TIM.HI...K JICNNINOH I10WB QAHUKNM $011101.! Hook I, paia U of the current ptib,1, ,m
payment. 2673096. satisfying work. Estimates glad- Will take $1600 for $3,350 equity. ,Plalnlirf Val tlBCAn LKM $ .. racordud. on Paia Ho .raonrda ., Mrevard County, Florida
IMMEDIATELY i io23 ly. AM 70776.WATER JKNNINQa ,)..r..nl' .bvinCbsnmry Plal Rook' In, Puklla llnini :) and: sins and aaih of you *M
MOVE Payments are $111.00 per month Cause No. in.mi I, an"l youar Br.v rd County. Klorlil:: hereby required. ta aerva copy ofrur
or 4 bedroom homes brand new kari-ky qulri-4 I 4 Ou. yuur OM. fIlmS nalnai! you anil you :n. .r upon PUIniirra I afc>'
In area of much higher priced PROBLEMS? principal and Interest. Many anawor with tha I Hwk o( inn tlr I raqulnil lo a..rve. copy of Ibr. whoa namea ar. *naMiHlU
cult Court C, ... Notice. on or .kefir Ik* 1I1t1l_
outstanding feature. Including County WSP Os' .ltPadISf I. tbe
homes. Small down payment and ACREAGE riurlua, ai tr".vll'It'l:: < ., andto : '. on tba' pl.lnlllf'a Altor- day of June, IIM. anil la fll I MWn
only $85 monthly total payment.VA CENTURY SOFT WATEROf family room, recessed lighting woes a espy 1hnrof upon JtI,. .. Wllllama Otilllih: 44 (Irani .w-! wllh th* Clerk; of the tie.
no down payment. BRENT. ret CliHlboy.. 5'. O. Hoi 4M. Ocironriorlda .* III, MallMiurna, cult Court fur Hravard County,
Brevard M. I. in kitchen traverse rods, Venetian 1 J..P.t: 'I \ Klorlila. .Tltuivllle, riorlda' ....
WOOD west 200 sores, North of MIms one mil Allorn.y for Plalnlirfon Olin tOo orlalnal' an. '"
on blinds, vanity baths, disposal or brlora: Jun lhil.. Uponyuur .....Nee, .. or vlndlai. ,In lha offTia itf Ih. In bulls: up the e.l.le. rlcht: till*
den St.AM 7-7142 or 6325655. 632.2172 of River frontage one mile of fallura lo do so. juilimrnt, by Dealer"I'd of tOn c Iroult Court, llnvarit or Utereik In or Men, upo;* ike ibuvalewrllied
to mention a few railroad frontage Only $650 per ...r."" will b* unlrrml ...In.. you : Coiirlhnuaa I Tltuavllla; Flor ( : I prnprrly ; mlIlb'to.you!
AIRCONDITIONED MODEL acre terms. for tha relief dvmanoail. I I. tka wim"wlrNKHS on or "rl..,. Ik. solO day of fallln* whlik judtment. ea-
Call Collect 8:305: p. m. 61 ., IM4.., If you fall lo ri* ao lend ...In.. yau aad ...11 of pots
home 4 bedroom 2 bath, 2 car CALL 2GTT833 /Call: Mr. Floyd R. Stone with : m, bail) awl Iht of mstll ky llrfault will 1 loOm TOo Ilila of lha ..... la John U.
garage catin' kitchen and screen J. W. Childre Realty ficial ...1 of tha tuurt. ibis rib .,: you for lha rallnf II'-m: .'...., Jr., aa Truilee, plalallff,
porch. Near schools and shop- for appointment to see day of May. 1 I AM T2941 ( COl'HT' HHAI) nnllr ahall ba publl.h.d anl.. W'TNIoIIII: my kand. ...1 tttk
fling. Our special deal on this BUILDERSWANTED Brokers Invited! COlITIS It. IlAMUKK, Clrrkof I ). .auk w.alt. for four onnamullv. ...1 til aalil Court at Tlliuvlll,)
teriffic home never lived In, new I -- .. --- ------ -- U.'*XrUlYi; ,>,,rl fur $ ..... .U .'...A..I.. Tltuavllln Klnrldn: .' iaI Mh it.' of May, IM4.4l'HTI .
Small down I llravaril Coiwty, >'hirklaUy .rld. ... M BARNKIf aa l.rk atIh
guarantee. pay. : V. H. iejesb.rDepuly | ) AND OHDFHKD: It 'I'll".. Clrault Court above alyleil, +,..
ment. Call 267-5221 builder COrk. *, riorlda, tkla Wail day *f May V S). ."...1.. Deputy, Clerk Or.,
NORTH BREVARD AWNING Robcrl OoilhryP '''.. lull Court Meal). JOHN II KMKVM
WILL SACRIFICE 3 bedroom 2 O. Box 46.1 61 CHEV 4 Curlli K. Marnra AlIt and HIIKPAHI, HUHAHD
home "FOREST HILLSESTATES" 267 6333 P. O. Box '21 281-2179 (Cnao; Florid. Clark, Circuit CourtItravard MINOT: 114 Hoer: ).., HireeUI
bath airconditionmg, dou. Altornoy for lha Tlilnllff (ounlr. Klorl.l "oroa, riorlda, Allorneyi, for PUInjMay
ble carporte with family room. Titusville, Fla. 1 May' M, :37 Jun. 5. HI (tWod.) lOOt Fac. Air lly V 5. $|lanllw- It',. '
$17,850 $850 down 2744 N. Circle j 'A5HION4ACliiiii I D.puiy (lurk IT, lan I I, 10 IT (Wed. ) 1M4,(
Drive, Forest Hills. Call For Homes' or Trailers lv. IIIKIIT ri.inr, !NKITIItlllnlllf Court 'Ural) ---- .....
It, Jun. I, HI', IT tWo 1IM4.
builder 2673267. LEFT! II i'lISi. IKr.IIT. 95. ASS. rUM $
I IIH"\' 5511 4 III "T\', YI.itSils5. IH THM nun IT ornT or TMriM
- CHAS. JANNARONETitusvllle : Cabanas Carports WITH Is" CII\'r.K' '". ens.WAI.Trti 'llll 35- IsIs I \t. I .INI'I IT lir
3 BEDROOM 2 bath by owner. Shopping Center 1: b'1 ; IUJWAKIJ II.II/IUR/ THK nnri IT 'nt'NT or THK MOKIIIt. I* AMI tllll KIIIJV

Whispering Hills area. Phone 267- AM 73441JOHNNYA.MOLES Utility Screened 1\-;' ; PlNISH I 60 OLDS[ "" "TN Jll'l('| H. (15(1' ir Of l'\ 101 XIV ,1.inrun e
I IIIKTTT ) ) '. IK SOIl r 4572. I '. j ..... For Month CAROL McNBAR ... ('IM'MTV OF MIT .I IrMDFRAI.
and FI a. Rooms [ :::: Of June I IIoI..II..nt. All Power ''I'I'IIlilt.' 1551eNSlTlCP ; NATIONAl. MOBf
r"2-- Oft I kItties or ."IT Vial 1'1'11(11 : or MIST lAtiN AHIUICIATION, 5 eorixrJailun
I 331 1'01 IIETTY CAHOL M.NICAII, :" NATIONAL Mfln?. oritnnlaed. and .01,1115 underan
Chain Link Fence Price win.. mutrni I I. AHHOCIATION I dorpor. Act (" lwr'm. niir.u.nl ta Ills
unknown la flnlnilffYau $ .. orianlaad and) .alallnii unit.r rederal I"Nallitn.l!:: Miirllliil, Aieola >
__ -_ ira h.r.liy nailflad thatC..mpieint uf ('sneer.. nnriii.nl In ID* lion Chartar Aol, bavins Its prlntiliwl -
$ $ fff ff as far Ulvama k.. hem .: NotIonal. Norto. Aoon. off'I lie in lha Cliv I of W b"J -
$ $ $ $ $ rilml italnnl you, unit y nose. raqulr rh.rl.r Anl. havlni II. nrln. """ ", """ tf
REG. BROKER .d la .. veers yr of your A... offl"* I In .lha thy of Wa.h. C""l"'p..l. l,
} ..... or other l>"lf>iillnt la lha Ci.m-. 59 Plalrlnl. .f Columbia. VICHARLDH .
: : ,nlMlnt' on fl.lnllff.' At trne y. JOHN Pie 1.11ff.. I. Oll.ri and CAR-
OK BUYS w HCKircicm! Jit.. I'. (i. uox nun ... OLIN J. OILRH, toll; /
412 Lincoln Avenue Titusville TITI HVILLJC. I.HIDA, mil flla V-0 St., L, CRANR, *t at.1flofendonln wif.Vrfrndnotl.. .
lha orlRliml .An..eros nlhnr Plr.il. n-f ATB: or FLORIDATOitllARIRH
Phone 2676327ACREAGE In* In lh. offlD of the ('1.,_ ofth : or FLORIDA L. ail.RM: and
Uo FROM YOUR iI9 tlnull Court for Itr.v.," $ I TIIKIIMAN n 1:<'1f0'.1 nil CAROLYN I. atl.lllI.: hIs wlf*.
County, In Ml ,.frie. it Tltuivlllo. MAHIW K:. KCIIDI.W. hIs wlf.,, wh..... tool known reeldenp",. I I.
riorlila. on ar b.for. the I IHU d., .......... North Carolina. Sir?! Khler "'.......1. TllunollieFloelda. .
.f Jun., 1MM. If yau fall la a. ta, .... b.r.liy notl'M I '
: OK USED CAR LOT : Jud c..) by dxfitult I will 1 l,. lob.saoIo.l boo .be.. flosS: 51010.1 yea t..to You tm. hereby nnllfledj, that a,
you for ih* nllnl d.mos.l.( 58 V/W .h.... anllllad .....* nnil Ihat lull 0.. .been filed ...1..' you In
In tb. tamptalntnijNH
pets /*urwt| In rUe your" an- I h. hove enlllleil D.,"" aad thAI
"nil (OHDKRRn It 1'11". r or l.lHi! naitofutr* Spots it* required" la fll* your a-
Uo -__-- iI9 vllli, blond, thIs iih day of May, Talk About Ikajtrlartl: : nf / CoW all bw.r or: other reipnnilv' pleadlnmwllh :

20 ACRES Rt 48 West of MIms. Zoned trailer park. Engineers IIHIt. airva n oopv th.r.of upon Ih* 'tha Clerk of 'Ihli Court and l"
iCol'RT RRAL .. .
or Plaintiff AUornovi CVOICC 5, Ih..10. Ik*
61 FALCON 60 PONTIAC iIt (,!'RTI" It. RARNPft" rtPIIK $ .. nan. and addr_ ,la Profloa, I'lalnllff' or Plaintiff. Allorn.v.
plans and design for complete park of 152 spaces plus office IKCl'IT COURT. MIIKVAIIIIOUNTT w' Holland Urn Palm Avw wkoM ..... tad addrea. .la rrufton.Krewer ..
(' Fl.1i51IIlA. Tlluavlllii riorlila. not inter Holland Mit Palm Ao.
recreation area. 660 feet Rt. 46 frontage. Priced to soil, Qn. Wagon 2Door. Duy Bonneville 4-Dr. hard Top iI9 llyl V. M llpinikrItoiiuty iu.. M. IM4 If you fall In do nue. Tlluavlll. Klorlila.. not .later
of the Week I Air Conditioned. Power. In k a (torn* Pro Confraw will .k. than Jun, Mik 1WI. If you fall Uda
and terms can le arranged. JOHN W. MCHI'OUM:; JR. 57 BUICK ,* ...In.1 you fur Ik. relict aa, a Deere Pr* Confeila wtf
: Altorn.y for PlaIntIff "":. In Ik'* ootnpl.lnl" Tkla be entered anlael you (or lbs r'
$$1195 $$1695 : U17W 6. Wiihlnum' AVI.P I I. 'lo forarloa o morllaaa: I 1 lief ilemandml in tOo complaint,
5. flue lists' Power ...1 proparly prwMdad. ...111.1 Tb). mil. I. to foreulnaa a murt
Tlluiylim. florid' .ae. Th ...1 properly profeedrf
LOTS May H< 10, 17, Jun I (W.d. 114' ..' 4, Hlock. ,,,.. Sherwood I I., -
-- -- --- : ''''", Mitlan "A', aoonllii* to "Yot'l. III...... .. OARDKNDAIR
: $ ;
I CHEVROE1[ CHEVROLET : pint lkrof a* r*"*rdi>o in UNIT NO t, .oourdln to lh.
1.-Large lot 100 x 130, not In Subdivision Sewer and Water. mixrii, 45.114 it i. MKiiir 4IY'TiISC of ......11.Hook of 12 Bravard P.*. 47,County publlu, plat Hook thereof 13. pea.recorded 114 puhlto In PInS raoenrdi '

2 Door, hardtop Straight Impala Wason. Only 4,000 ml ...1..11I111I AMJ iron Sill).. ..,,".. of N....,d County, rloeltn.WITNHeI4 .
Cash or term 4- tHIl 4IH'IITY. of
? 1111 vr kind and sasS of my hand' and moo)
Drive. iIt I. I ha_rr, "5.' t...4 Cou'l II Tllo.vlll.. Hravard aid. Conn .1 THu.vllle llrevardfounlr
HUNDREDS OF SISSIES 4>r fl HI.14"TIIIH" Vrlda, IbIs SOlO. dav u> Florida. Ihli :Mill diy SfRARNY.5
2.-Lot 60 x 140 Close.in. Only 135000. "'" $$1295 DOLLARS OFF OF LIST. iI9 l5TH'V: Til UHrtlUHOWAItU 'It..: *.***. cTHTIH
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PlBlnllff' (lark. of Ik. Irciiit (ollrt ( ,l.rk. nf lbs Circuit Court
J.-Lot, corner Old Dixie Highway and Lincoln Ave. 75 x 133 x 105. -..- nmvo.d (""olin'. .10.101. ",...,d Counly Florid. .1
: rilEIDA: OERTRUDB ADAMU, Ily' V. S. Sponntrr l UpanllerTH '
62CHEVY II4Door Iwfundniit URAL I (('O"n 1I'i't, .
Priced $3850.00.
59 DODGE P IU } TUB: STATE or FLORIDA IT, 2... 5. aO 11 ''W..... I.... May n. Jooa I. 111._" (Wrd I 111I4.'
: : TO Frrlda Ofrlruil AII.m.0 .,
for the most I econo ./ )f,. Wllto liudlry r'If' rTitiJf.i&O.-Tn.. e-t'snrus'Y
Good Transportation mlc.l tran portaUon. P. O. Box No Ml. 751451 MY II.r"ItT""T tlr (
HOUSES La Plata, Maryland i "IIITI nATY.eWASIlIoUTIlS
To* Kt r..ulr..l |o aurvi. a f fyof Of. ;
: $$495 $$1295 : your 'A..... la Ib* < omi.uintfor : : Wb.'..., ullatK-lory. ovId,.,,. baa buns praanalait I* tOo '.
Ulvorc. herein I .. ..
1.-Extra nice 3 bedroom 2 bath home completely redecorated.Good '. Allorn.y, a. upon Uarlan th ll.rln Hlninllff. Onaipirollw < lb. ( .. ."., lhal loch"loc.t44 .

-- ------- -- -- Ka N.w Havn Av..".. M..u'' ... )) In Tlluivllli.'V'at* ef'riOT-'d., baa eompllnl with ill
location. Lot 75 x 135. Conventional or F1IA Financed. florid. mil fll,. lh. orlilnal' In IOn pravlilon of III. Malul. of the II.U.4 0101.. naulrad I* .M
..ltl.. of tb. ('Ia." at Circuit Cnurl .....pll." wtlll .bafar. bolor. auiharlaad. la aommanr In. Iou1. Il
F1IA $450. Down. Full price U.500.oo. : : at Tllu..lll., Florida, on or ....,.... Ion,* al .knnkln. .* p National, HankIeS Aaaoclallonl' .
qu 5altlk Chevrolet Ik. ISIS day of Juno, 114 or a .... Ham, Inarafor. I nrbr ....11', ihat Ik. abovim4aawlailo .
rues pre "ODI._ will b* .nl.r.l Trade In I I. iutnnria4 I* wminanc ISo kualnra ol kaakla -
2. New 4 bedroom air conditioned home under construction Buy ...In.t you M a Nalloaal Hankln AMOriallon I
USED CAR DEPARTMENT .4. Doted' May IS, 1M4. 730 South In Mlmaiy wk>r or wltnna my .,....111'* old anl olffl d. I

this one and aeleet your own colors. Price $17,00000 with Cloric CURTIS Circuit R BARNKfl Court AM HEAktn.iur** Ills: Mik. fax at Marok, 19M. .

l026 S. HOPKINS AVENUE PHONE 2t7.1234 4* By IVrM. Hall "Central K*. 1SMT 0'
down to cult buyer. I ---
Depot tineS lamb* / f *im

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PAYMENT&auiid' $15,000 TO $19,000


'ItA Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville |47W to MVO\ Home* resMtt 4 to 1KX) tq. ft. minimum.

FH A LOW PAYMENT DOWN Only 2 Miles West of US. 1 On G rdi St COWART & CARTER

3200 Garden St., Titusvlll


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I -t htv."Ir.'ItrI" ( /.J.) It.r-Ah..... Wednesday, Juno JW

I '[/ / /River City News I ''i Ilt "Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef Allgood Brand Sugar Cured 1 I

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(Contiiiuod From Paso 5U) to this camp. Added to the number 4
of lady campers were 32 CHUCK SLICEDROAST
ning to breal. a tic and win the
day tamper from locul or nearby
ballgame On the mound (for the
I'lratcs were B. Stephen and MConprr clubs. .
From Brcvaid County, 22 ladles
the second game of the )
and 7 men attended! and adding
(evening saw the Tigers bow to
Mrs Sue B. Young, Brevard
the Braves 115. Rodney
home Demonstration CounlyAII.nt i
hit his tec-
cnnhip of the Tigers BACONI
Brevard County and the A 4V
ond homcrim of the season In the d
I third Inning. R. Vcstcr pitchedfor largest presentation. Next larg
the Braves facing. M. Morton est a'ti'ndanco was HiHsborough
of the Tigers. County with 19 I I
Major League Standings Tho administration of this
Tam Won Lost County, with Mrs. Sue B.
Yankees 7 1 Young as manager Her assistant 37 PKO. 391LBI I
Piritca ( 1 was Mrs. Muriel Graham of IN I r.
Bulldogs S 4 Indian River City, who is also 50
Braves 3 8 President-elect of the local club. STAMPS (((2-Lb. Pkg. 77c)

Tigers 2 5Elks Also attending from Indian River P .. .
1 7Ordination With thli r.up.n mmil imrrhww f "
Mrs. Ethel Currey,
City were .
M.I 0-Bit American Piment..r
who served *i music director and, Swiss U-Oi. Pkg.
Servic.The :. Instructor In reed.weaving, and SLICED; CHEESE Esc
First Missionary BupUst Mis. Irene Boshoff. "SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
Church held a special service Former residents of IRC were anal ate.thrash aasoCCupa. .Cu.., .... I
taut Friday night/ to ordain Bro. Mis. Marie Johnson, formerly a
Richard Shartzcr to the office of member of the local Club, now .-":'':':':::.:;;:===;;;.:...;:.: ':.:;:,;-;.;.;.;;. CHUCK STEAK Bone In45C
Deacon. Several ordained ministirs President of Amherst Club In Lb.
of the American
and deacons Melbourne and Mrs Mrs. Helen
Baptist Association from all Dukes, now from Tampa. The 50 PLAID
over the state were present to minority group of men at the STAMPSMilk' "SUPER-RIGHT' HEAVY WESTERN BEEF RIB STEAK OR
participate In this service. Camp assumed the duties of sate ea.e e act .......... II
Bro. SharUcr has been a raining and lowering the Flag Pickle Retch Hamburger 1 1-Qt. 1-Pt.
number, r>f the First Baptist every day; they assisted In set SLICED DILLS )Jar 49csttamt RIB ROAST Bone In 69c
Church h>t 4 years. He leached ting up the various exhibits and .
the Young Adult Class and Is a removing same and generally aa.d aA Ih.h". 1 e NIrwrna pea." .... t Lb."SuperRight" .
member of the church choir. assisted in the proper police of 1
I the ,, .. _:I Ir Heavy Western Beef Shoulder "Super-Right" Freshly (1Lb. Pkg. fer)
camp. _-_-_---.' -
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Revival Thursday, upon arrival at the : igfl&foa "Super-Right" Front Quarter
The Revival at Central Baptist camp, registration took place :" LB.
which had been held for and assignment of cabins. The PLAID Sat!
r Church
Heavy Center Cut Smoked
"Super-RlghYI Western Boneless Shoulder "Sup.r-RIght" rrcexer t/Jeef
the past week, ended last Sunday men were segregated to a cabin W 'STAMPSwilh
rooming with Rev. Hugh Be... by themselves. At 7:30: p.m. tlil stapes .nH purview alp I SWISS JTEAK. LB. 79c PORK CHOPS LB. 69c
ley preaching a special sermon that evening a Get-Acquainted -Jane Parker Light Tender ,ISO to 175-Lb. Avg. Whole
during the Sunday School hour Patty was held In the Audltorl I 1-Lb. 1-Os. Cake I I'I "Super-Rlghf' H.avy Western Beef. "Supor-Rlght" Sliced Liver Loaf, Olive Loot' or
.' after which he returned to hit um. At 843: pm, the same ANGEL FOOD ? 49oXHtitiBiiii iaAx. 1 FRONT QUARTERS LB. 35c
own Church, Clearlake Baptist evening there was Square Dancing W.AeA I DEIMOIJICO STEAKS S LB. $$1.49 BOLOGNA 2 iS: 49c

Church in Cocoa for the Sunday under the Instruction at 'I esa.we Wr..eh see,, seen 1 j tO to 100.Lb. Avg. WholeCUBED
morning worship hour. Henry Wagner, one of the male .. "Super-Right Heavy Wettorn' Beef Minute Copoland's Stick (By the Piece)
This last weuk was one filled campers.On :- : BEEF CHUCK 35e"Sup..RIht"
: wilh very great Inspiration icr- Friday and Saturday, the J JNIIs L. LB.
V minis led by a very devoted man ladles were busy will classes In s ''' .
\\fa P.tAID 25 30Lb. 10 Inch Cut Whole
& Avg.
:. of Cod, with many decision a number of diversified sub .25 Heavy Western Btol Cop'n John's Quick Froion Fried
made for Christ, The musical Jed, all pertaining( to and common STAMPS BEEF RIB 59c"SuperRight"
.'. GROUND CHUCK 59c FISH STICKS 3 V':::; $$1.00 LB.
program was led by Bro. Rucker to the home. tJall ....... ud .psrrhe.l. .1 LB. .
Howard, Music and Educational On Friday evening there was ASP (In.nt. Ch.colet. Flavored
Director of tho First Baptist an assembly In the auditoriumand 114/5 p.. 'k. Heavy Wottern Beef Quick Froion Headless Cut and Wrapped For Your Freezer

church of Mimi, wth Mrs. met a Hawaiian Luuu was held. DRINK\ .,.,.It. ...... 33c SHORT RIBS LB. 29c SHRIMP 79c At No Additional Charge)
Braslev as pianist for the week. The motif the whole eveningwas t..Itt>. .....Ih'.h easel, June 1 .
The musical program was very "Hawaiian", Angle Kelly, I I.I
1 Inspiring as the message of God bon In Hawaii, now living In I ........__...__.._.__.........._ ---:.irs REALLY FINE
was brought forth In song u Venus, an a member of the .
Bro. Howard tang may favoritesof Home Demonstration Club there, QUART ;
the congregation Special music PLAID T MAYONNAISESPECIAL 45C
lanced a hula Dance and thereafter JAR,
WAS slat, rendered by a duet Java dancing instructionto ,
and a quartet from Clearlake four of the girls.
Baptist CJiurcJi Cocoa. On Saturday evening, the asscmbly us IIp Ihla reaps. DEL MONTE YELLOW CLING I HALVES OR SLICED
There wat an excellent attend. In "Hootcn ST4MPS'I
Indulged a
Quart 5eh Ann
I aneo at all the meetings and anny", planned by Muriel Graham YINEGAR I OR FRUITCOCKTAIL 1LB.
many of the youth organizations and Ethel Currey. Tho con. PEACHES 4 99c
attended in groups to support sided of well.mown American ......a1Y.. (hrlll/eh e-A.u.eY6. a/1111 t IL I IM'YYIMA I CANS
their pastor and the work of Folk conga\ and sentimental bal-
___ 0.0 _awitBrHiKTHMe -_J
their tliurch Among theta
lads. A skit based on the song Spoclall Jane Parker Delicious Spoclall' Victory Brand! Chicken Of The Soa Light Meat

groups n, the outstanding Girl,' Auxiliarieshad attendance "Coming complete! thru with the appropriate Mountains costumed ," cnfcdra(
with the Robeita Dorr{Auxiliary was the highlight of the

paving sixteen girls present evening's entertainment. Henry D'J STAMPS Special) Jane Porker Luscious Every Day Low Pried White House SpocUII Hills Regular Diet

Wednesday night, i' Wagner Wagner, husband newly elected of Mrs. Maxine County a ''''111III., ,Oal.. euap.s Suited.nrf.Low pu,.C.I.I. ',.,.. ..fVk PINEAPPLE PIE "y:?h 39c EVAP. MILK 3 d cSlS: I: 39c DOG FOOD 6 t 99c

H.D.CampThe Council President of Home Demonstration LEMONADE, ... 3ka
Annual Home Demonstra Clubs, la a square
lion Leadership Camp was held dance-expert, and he and Oliver I. ..U. g.eel'a '
C.npu. .01 I I'ueII Oily .1 t'LWa.e
.ut Camp Cloverleaf, Lake Placid Haislen, normally Postmaster of i
May 28th thru 31st. Present at Cocoa Beach, took great part !
this camp: were 109 ladies from In both the Hootenanny and the JANE PARKER WHITE ENRICHED NEW CROP
12 counties. Eight, husbands of Hawaiian Luau. FRESH LARGE
some of the women also attend! On Sunday, the Camp came loan
ed. This Is the first year that end and all returned to their Thoro BlendBread YELLOWON
husbands were allowed to come respective homes.

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40 box 49cKRAFT ..0.. Jar 10,Oi..Jar Jit Miracle aawwt IOTWAIU anoun Jaw is
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Teresa Frances White Tha Vole of? 21000 Norlk Brerard County ReoldeaUOraduetlen Donnie Clifton Gregory '

Section Tltuivllle Florida' Star-Advocate Wednesday June J, 1M4 Pete 1

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Kim Charles Oglesby t V Marsha Ward Newton i. ;i
Dnnnie Clifton Gregory, son
Daughter of Mr. and Mn. .., of Mr, and Mrs. Q D, Gregory ,
E B. White Teresa Francea r'O;) "I'1. was born on December L
White was born in Laurel. 24. 1945 In Nashlvlle, Tennessee ;
Mississippi on June 17. 1945. .
Teresa will attend Brevard future Science and His. '
Junior College to major In L1'' ., ...: tory A major, Donnie plans to
her Kim Charles Oglesby of %
Physical Education, upon ion enter Brevard Junior College
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graduation from Tituavllle Mrs Raymond Milton 011. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. thin Fall
High School. hw by. was born on December 21, M. tllve Newton Martha : While a student of TltuivilleIlliih '
member of G. 1946. at St. Louis, Missouri!
Teresa was I Ward Newton was born on / Sihool. Bonnie. was a
A. A. and Pep Club. Her sports After THS graduation, Kim April 29, 194(1, at Dover Delaware member the Kay Club anti .
at TITS were Volleyball Track will work during the summer. I rtterman'S' Club. Ills sports
a 4t and Softball. xrw Possibly he will attend Vocational Beauty Culture School will were football and surfing.
School to study Architectural re, keep Marsha busy after her .
u e Drafting \this fell. graduation from TitusvllleHlKh
i nz Kim Is very much Interested .
t | In model ears bowling and \1." Mart ha'i activities were _.
swimming He was also a PDA., Pep Club and TIIS
member of the T. E. C Clubat Chorus.Sponsored .

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I 317 South Washington 267.4641 Sponsored By By U. S. 1 -1 1 Mile S. of lllutvllle '2677900

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Presenting 425 So Washington Tituivllle 207.9841 1427 Magnolia lmlian'Rlver City 207-(081 Presenting ,

Lynda Sue Robbins Frank Anthony Delnfro;
Presenting Presenting .
l'' i Charles Ralph McKnight
Vivian Marie Robertson : -

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born Lynda In Plant Sue City Robbins, on January was. Daughter/ of Mr. and )Ira.C \ : Frank Anthony Delnero' ton
'II'IIII 4, 1947. Her parents are aI II Crawford of Indian Kiv- / ( t of Mr, and Sire John Delnero,
Mr. and Mrfs. J. B. Robbins er City, Vivian Marie Rubt>rt. Titusvllle, was born on May
t of Indian River City. ion wn born In Daytona 11. 1040, In Plainfield, New
Lynda wil Icontinue to workat I Beach on October. 1948. Son of Mr. and Mri J. L. ; Jersey.
Wlnn.Dixie, and her future x'i i 1 Plant after graduation for McKnliiht of Indian River Upon graduation.. Frankle
plant Include marriage Vivian will be to work aa a City, Charles Ralph McKnlnht ..,..,..." plans to itudy Business or
While a student at Titusvllle ?dr k 1 Receptionist and Denial Asilstant was born In Oak Ridge, Tennessee "'I Ptyihiilogy. :lie Is undecided
High School Lynda was In Miami, Florida on September, 21 1H46, I I between Brevard Junior College .
r Treasurer of the D E Club August/ 22 Is the data of her Upon graduation::: : Charles I or another convenient
F She Is interested In sewing marriage/ to A2C Bill Matho- has college and military service i ODO.
cooking, and epode ion USAF. In mind. Frank's Interests! are can, '
J : While I student of TICS, Vivian In addition to his school se rJl'J places and people photo
i win a member of F. IIA vltles, Charles likes can and inphy and bukel \h

dancing.i, b'SI D / E?enjoy and the singing/ Drama and weight lifting, I

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Congratulations To The Class Of '(4
\ Imperial Estates Imperial Estates Titusville Hardware Co.
\I'' Joseph and Margaret Kennedy Cosmopolitan Construction Corp Cosmopolite Construction Corp 305 So Washington Tltuiville 2t71521
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''J ..., .. _. r.1 ':.. We Proudly': Salute The 1964 Graduates Of Titusville High School'' v" 4t '

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:i I Cheryle Lynn Aker Ronald Richard Gross Patricia Ellen Sturchio Carl Wesley Pittman: ,. V.. i,

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Son of Mr. and Mrl Char. 14
ss lei C. Gross Sr,, Ronald Richard !
'II Daughter/ of Dr. and Mn C. Cross, wn born In Pittsburgh Carl Wesley Plttmsn son
I M Aker of Tltui\llle, Cheryle Pennsylvania, on April Patricia Ellen' Sturchlo, of Carl F. Plttman, Tltuiville i
Lynn Aker was born In Scv- 3, 1946 daughter of Mr and Mrs Gene was born on July 1, 1948 In
r ierville, Tennessee on June Ronald will work at the i A. Miirchlo, Jr., was born In MJm Chester, South: 1 Carolina.u t!u
10, 1946. First National Bank and attend '!' Orlando on December 2fl, 1940 Wei plant 1 to attend the
Cheryle plans to attend Brevard Junior Collegeat ( 9t Pat will be enrolled at lire- University of Florida'! and I
Florida State University to night/ to major In Business I card Junior College In the then transfer to Emory University
I major in Art after graduation Education j fall In Atlanta, Georgia' :
As a student of THS While at THS. Ronald wan a I' While a student of Tltuiville to stony medicine ,
Cheryle was on the Float member of D.C.T. 4. Basketball High School, Pat wu i mem At TIIS, Wts wu In the Scl-
Committee 2. 3, third place In Team 1. Baseball Team her of the National Honor cone Club l National Honor :
Magazine Sales 3, Decorating 1, 2. and In journalism Society, Beta Club, Key Club Society, Beta Club, Brevard ,;
Committee Chairman for r 3. Hit outside Interest > Anchor Clou, Letterman Science Seminar School ,
the Prom 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, are boat and stock car racei. ; Cluh. Pep Club and wu also 'Sports' Photographer, Track
and Science Club. / "i. a Cheerleader Manager and playa golf ,

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I t' Daughter of Mr. and Mrs

I George Austin Morgan, Jr. Gayle Elizabeth Sikes Diane Sue Willis Edwin Willis, H.was Willis.born on Diane February Sue iI"amRay Walker

I 18. 1946 at New Castle, Piimlylvanla -

i Diane ,U considering a major
I a In Medical Research at r :
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Daughter/ of Mr. and Mri Queens College Charlotte, I
W F Sikes Gayle Elizabeth North Carolina after her
D> Bikes wee born In Orlandoon YIi graduation from Titusville 'If- Willsm Ray Walker, ion of
I Son of Mr. and Mrs George October\ 22 1V46. 7 High School' Mr and Mn F. M. Carter,
A. Morgan George Austin I After graduation at Titus* Activities at TIll for Diane was born In Charleston, West
Morgan, Jr. was born in ., vllle High School, Gayle plant were: F, II A. 11; J. V. Cheer Virginia' on March 194flWllllam
I !rf ,, 1 1I 1i Jackson Mlislsippl, on Nov. to work during the summer. bratr 1, 3CA. 1. 2. 4, D \ plane to be 1rnJ California i.
ember 13. 1946. In the fall the will be registered i n 4, Latin Club; rr f for the summer and
He will attend University of at Brevard Junior College 1, 2. Science Club 2, Homecoming :: .i then travel In New York for
Florida's School of Buslnens, for two years before Skit 2; Chairman, : the World'i Fair Tills fill
upon graduation from THS transferring to the University Homecoming Halftime 3. Anchor \ \ 1 he will attend either Rollins "
George was a member of of rlorkla : Club 2. 3, 4, Anchor lull .. College In Winter Park or
the Key Club 2. 3, ,4 Treasurer While a student of Tit lYllle President 4; P A. 8, A. 2, 3. 1 I hiss Francisco I ain
4; Latin Club 234.: Hitch School, Gayle was a 4, 8. C A, Convention 2; .. California, oltdPfr: : 4
Treasurer 3; National Honor member of Student Council 1, Sophomore Class President; the tI.lllIf Education,, .
Society 4; Letterman Club (hor'i I. Pep Club 1. 2, 3. Junior Class Secretary; American William's TIM actlvlllts include
4; and on the TITS Football V Trl.Hi.Y Club 2. 2. Prom Committee FIrid Service Student membership 1 In the' Key +
Trim 2 and 4. 7 3, Homecoming Committee Representative 3, 4; ChairmanJr Club I Letterman tint). N*.
3. 4. F H. A. 4. and ,br. Prom 3, Americans I tiimil Honor Society and swim '
Vice-president of her Freshman Abroad Canuklate 4, Young mine Team 'for IWO y".r..
Class. i Americans For Freedom 2, skiing tennis and basketball ,
Mo.t School, Spirit 4; Pep
Club 3, 4.; and Chairman,
I (Homecoming rep Rally 1.

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..t 2 Tlfvivlll.. Florida. Itar-Adwate. Wednesday. lone 3, I!i4 Graduation lectlen--
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David Michael Dickson Diane Elizabeth Ivo ::.r David Myers DeViese Mary Ann Hallum i


Son of Mr. and Mn Russell
: Daughter of Mr. and Mn
Dlckson, Tltuivllle. David R. 0 Ivo, Indian River City, H Mary Ann! Hattum, daughter
Michael Dlckson, was born In Diane Elizabeth Iwo, was of Mr. and Mr*. Samuel HaK
Orlando, on October 22, 1948. horn on September 26, 1943, at David Myers DeViese, son him of Scottsmoor, was bora
III Upon graduation from TITS, Norfolk, Virginia. of Mr and Mrs David L. De. on October IB, 1948, id HI?
David profciilon will be ,I Upon graduation, Diane t Viese, Tltuivllle, wa born In don, Georgia.
Mechanical Engineering He. plans to become a cosmetic Charleston, West Virginia, on ham k' Mary plan to work this I t
will register at Brevard Junior hry,
ian or go to business school, wv September 23, 1048 .kl summer and enter college! In t
College and transfer to the ,I In which ease her choice Is David will study premed at September. Her major will be
University of Florida at a I Concordla Junior College In the University of Florida afterhis Elementary Education at "
future date New York, to major in Education' graduation from THS. i 1, Berry College, Mount Berry,
David wa* HomecomingKing 1I 1 M He was member In the c wjM Georgia I
((1963-64))I. Vice President I Diane I was Secretary of Key Club, National) Honor Reading, swimming, sewSjag
of IRC Teen. Town, VicePreddent Society and Beta Club. Other f
the Pep Club, Cheerleader 1, Beta Club, Spanish Club I
of Senior Class, ands tai on the Homecoming Commit. activities include munle, cars, ,P lflet and Future Homemakera of
member of the National ; tee. Float Committee I and 4, basketball and working In the America were her Interest I
Honor Society and Key Club and Prom Committee J, whilea Mr yard.Sponsored while a itudent of TituivllUV.High I
Water skiing, hunting, fishing, student of Tlfusville High School.
and acuba diving are hit SehooiSponsored ; .
aporta outside of school : '


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By 5r;

George Barley, Realtor Edwin H WillisPresenting. Abstract & Title Corp of America Fidelity Storage & Transfer Co.

342 S. Washington Tltuavllle 267.3622 308 Pine Titusville 267.3741 917 Magnolia: ttdlan'River City 267.0228jj I

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Glenda Baxley Hogan Lana Marie Hutcheson. ,P : Charles Howard Henry James Edward Dieterle

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Glenda James Edward. Dieterle, ion
Baxley Hogan, daughter .
i of Mr. and Mrs. Carey Lana Marie Rutcheson, daughter 4u of Mr and Mrs James E. Die. I
fF.t D. Baxley, was born on November of Mrs Louise Uutchei- terle, Titusville, was born on
,_ 2, 1948, at Georgetown. on, wee born Iff Sanford, on Charier Howard Henry son February 11, 1948, at Lebanon
June 14, 1948
/ "' : South Carolina of Mr and Mrs. Franklin Indiana
'V.) Glenda will continue work. Lana plans to be a secretary. Henry, Titusville, waa bore Upon graduation, Orlando
"'Q Ing In the Real Estate field upon graduation and, eventually t on September II, 1948, at Lancaster Junior College! will have
and continue her education ata to be married South Carolina James In attendance, then he
Real Estate School or a business Her hobbles are roller skatIng I Upon graduation from the will transfer to University of

.If';? ;ps College. i Lana and was playing a member the of piano.the .4 Tltuivllle High School, Char a Florida to major in Chemistry
I t On addition to her school lei will attend Brevard Junior .
I activities, she like loftball, Future Chorus Secretaries Association College member, of the Key Club
basketball Spanish at Titusvllle High School .,
skiing, dancing, Club I at TUuittlle High School
skating, motorcycle riding James, also participated In
and listening to records. 4'1 !tennis and' basketball


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Burger King of Titusville Cut.ter'sSundries Chuck's Atlantic Station Ray Nelson Insurance. AgencyBig

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Sharon Bruce Clay Larry Allan Jarrell 'It Martha Ruth Higginbotham John Randolph English


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of Mr, and Mn Henry R Son of ".. and MM Lament of Mr and Mrs Robert Its
Clay, was born on October 2, t Jarrell, Larry Jarrell I English, Indian River City,
1840, at Man, Went Virginia, was born In Madison, West Martha Ruth Higginbotham, was born January. 15, 1946,
and lives In Indian River a stO I Virginia daughter of Mr. and Mra W, In Long Beach, California
CitySharon's. During high school, Larry B Higginbotham, was born on John will spend three
c future plan In r 1 war active In a-r- October 10, 1946, at Sanford. months at Wilford Hall, Lack!
clude Brevard Junior College Football and RaAketball'a Martha will be a student at land A,F.B", San Antonio, Tex
and the School of Business at four years He was a memberof Georgia University at an as, and will then enter Florida
Florida) State University. the Key Club and Letter- English major in preparation State University In the Fall
Outside of school, Sharon en. man's Club e for a teaching career. upon graduation from THS.
Joys swimming and ping'pongrWhile Larry, a future Physical While at TIIS, Martha was a Oceanography la his planned
0 at THS, she was a Education major Is undecided member of the Spanish Club, major .
member of Latin I Club 1, lid about the college he will FTA and FHA During: IRS John amember
4, Skit Committee 2, attendSponsored I of the elllwalub,
Future homemakers of America IT.:1rw Science Club and Brain Team.

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Dr. 0 C, Ryals Optometrist *
Jones Atlantic Service Wingate Homes Taylor Tractor, Inc. Indian River, Plaza

505 Orlando Road Howard J. Jones Tltuivllle 2000 Vaughn Titusville 3564 Mints 267.2361 710 Orlando Road Titusvllle 267.2980

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Charlene Kaye Barbour Robert Hayes Cozort Sharon Diane CarawayDaughter Wallace Thurman Gilliam



of Mr. and Mn
Charlene Kaye Barbour, 1:1: DeWitt Caraway Indian River
daughter of Robert Hayes Cohort, son of Sharon Diane Caraway .
Mr and Mrs Hubert City,

O Barbour, Jr., InthanRlvl'l' F was Mr. born Argel Coiort, Titusvllle, was hors la Palatka, Ciltlom Indian River Mrs City.
p July I. 1948, atOreana ,
City, was horn on June West on July 16 1946 Wallace
5, 1940, at Tampa. Virginia Sharon piano to attend Palm Thurman Gilliam,
Robert plans to work this was bora on November 20,
Upon graduation from TITS, Beach Junior College to majorIn
before 1945 In
summer Greensboro
majoring In North
Charlene business.During
will attend
Physical Ed at Brevard
school, Sharon
at the University of South high
College or University/ of Since he la Interested In
Florida or the University of was a member of the National Model
Tampa, to major in Elemen South Florida Honor Society, 3. 4; Future enroll Rocketry, Wallace will
tarp Education Charlene'sactivities Woodwork and sport, track!!, Secretaries Association 4' at Florida State University
Include basketball and baseball. were Spanish Club Z. 3. and DrillTeam to major In the Held
playing the of
his school activities i Engineering
whilestudent a 1. Her favorite' recr
piano swimming, skating, Scuba
at TitusvlU diving la Mi favorite
and bowlingSponsored SchoolSponsored High ation is bowling and swim diversion.

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Marian's Dress, Shop Dr. Robert B. Hogue, Optometrist jjt _. Ace Cleaners Brevard Mechanical Contractors

224 Orlando I Road Indian River City 261.3358 Pirtle Plaza Titusville 2671919 Highway: 50 Indian River City 26704108 3215 Garden St. Tltuivme 287 5734UlUllJ '




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TUwwUlev 'awu., $$u-Adv.c.N, Wednesday, June VItU 'ep J'I

Presenting Presenting Presenting- Presenting .

Carolyn Eunice Tucker aI Marsha Lynn Trimble Mary Emma Tomberlin Kathfeen'ThomasKathleen

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of Mr. and Mm. James ,
': Daughter at Mr. and Mrs S. Trimble wa* born in < Thomas. daughter.
i I Tommy L. Tucker, Minis, Rorkledge, November 26,
: on ., el Mr. and Mrs. Palmer 3.Thomas .
Carolyn Eunice! Tucker WM 1946. .
waa born on December
bent oa November 28, 196, Upon Maraha'i graduationfrom Emma Tomherlin
17, 1048. in Antique,
Jfl' it Plant City ; Tltuaville High School cruses "!1 1"Sr daughter/ of Mra. Elva Tom. British West! Indiea.
Upon CaroI1I" graduation : she plana to get a lob for the berlin was horn May 20, IMll Upon graduation i Kathleen I
from Tltuaville High School, .. summer and. then in September at Ocllla, Georgia. hopes to become: a nurse'a aid
be pUa te take nurse'a start to Woody'a in Or Upon graduation, Mary will anil to continue with college
training at Orange Memorial v" lando. work for W. T. Grant Company later for advanced Nursing.
School of Nursing Orlando. i While a student of high in Plrtle Plata. I Kathleen' activities, besides
Carolyn was a member of school Marsha was a memo '1 Mary'a hobbles are swim. j Future Secretaries Asortition *-
the National Honor Society ber of the Pep Club 4; G.A.A. ming skating and reading Membership include
and Beta Club white at THS. 1, I, and 3; and Chorus 1, 3. Painting Reading, Swimming,
Her hobble are reading and and 4, She enjoys swimming I Honn-hack. Ruling, and Basketball -
.a.iIII playing Softball. skims, and working In Rain *
bow. I

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Cutter Drug Walgreen
I AgencyBig Wattwood Dress Shop Home Furniture Co. Roberts Grower's Supply Co.

Apple Plane InUaa River City r

267-0434 ,',,' 267.4353 335 S. Washington Titusvllle 267-3816 Mimi 2117.358:1: 4)9() S Washington Ave. Tituaville 267-0321

Presenting Presenting. Presenting Presenting ,

I I IMary
Victor Kenneth Hadaway Judith'Charlene' : Zimmerman Barbara Ann Grimm James Douglas Cooper

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J Jv Judith Cliarlrne Zimmerman '.::1: "f : ; Daughter of Mr and Mra.
t 4: daughter of Mr. and j E. M. Grimm Barbara Ann
Son of Mr. and Mrs CharlesK. Mrs. Theodore E. Zimmerman ... Grimm: was born In Morris-
Hadaway, Victor Kenneth was born In Kalam.zoo.Mil'hilan town New Jersey on February Sim of Mr and Mrs James
Hadaway was born on March / on May 4, 1946. 10, 1047. A. Cooper Indian River City

6, 1945 in Guantanamo Cubs tit'l'( Judith plans after graduation ,. ...... Upon graduation, Barbarawill tib,3w born James on Douglas August Cooper 12 1943, wan In
from Tituaville High enroll Florida
Ken'a plans are Junior College at State Decatur, Illinois
rOsNA'x College and St'rvIn\ School, to work In the secretarial University to major In Edu James, graduation
field. : ration
that order. His major will be will to work
in the field of Electronica. She was a member of Beta -
.. V'OJ As a student ef THS Barb- While James attended Titus-
At THS, Ken was a member Club S and 4, National Honor ira was a member of the Future vllle High School, he enjoyed
Society 4, F.BL.A. 3, Future '
the '
of Letter-man's Club. \ Teachers of America, drag races In addition to the
Football Team and Track Secretaries Association 4. }" Latin Club, Spanish Club and school spurts
Team. Judith received a Nursing '" Chorua.
Award in her sophomore year
of Tituaville High School -----1


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Sixty Minute Cleaners
Denver Brownlee Motors Hartman" Radio & Television >
'PIrtle Plan 267.0060! East CoastMuto Body

Quality Used Carl Bill V..IIMII' ,
Garden 51. Tltulville 267-704 1300 South Street TltulVllle 267.2141 I2 S. Washington Avenue 267.0050 1:1.10: So llopklns'I TltuaYIUe 261.5453J
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Marcus j Joseph Hepburn, I"I I I Jo eph' Bryan Smith Sharon Edwina O'Mara Rebecca A. Taylor

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: : Smith Joseph Bryan Smith, i
: wan born in Chattanooga!! Daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Marcus Joseph Hepburn Daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Tennessee S,
on September .
David A. Taylor Jr.. RebeccaA.
Wlnnifred! E. Indian
111 son of Mra. 1946. R. O'Mara of River
r Hepburn waa born In New City Sharon Edwina O'Mara, Taylor, was horn on November
Joseph will enter Emory Jr. .
n, 1946, at D.yton.Btol'h.
'y York City New York on \p College at Oxford for two was born on July S, 194D, In .
September 22, 1946.Marcua New York ".Y.
He will then transfer .
Q years. After TIN' graduation Rebecca
will attend BrevardJunior .m Sharon plans to go to a
to In Atlanta
Emory University
will attend Brevard Jr.
College thla fall and : : ,1> to complete his Psychology school for police women. Her
T>egln work toward' a law degree ..".., / Major.During r ultimate goal la to become anarcotics College' to ,major then In Florida Business Southern
agent for a police
high school at Titus- :
Rebecca of
.t-- was a member
At Tituaville High School. lore
vllle Joseph was a memberof .
Future Homemakers of America
Marcus belonged to the Dra the Latin Club Spanish During her senior year at
Future Secretaries Association
malice Club. His out lf-doora Tituaville High School, Sharon
Club, Science Club, and I.
Pup and e I! Cadet
activity la swimming ..ndfootball Club Swimming, football, was in D.E C.A. For her en.joymenl in itrOIlR to her school I
track surfing, water polo. collects folk-
j activities at THS Rebecca
music recorda.
skiing, tumbling wrestling, likes to swim
shootingpsot: awl billiards I are
I his outside interests.

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W. Kloss, Accountant Davis Lawn Supply

i I 336 So. Washington Ave. Titusvill 287-6808 Presenting .. ... Presenting 121' North Dixie My Imliin River City 287.2849

Paul Douglas Kirkland Danny Joe GreeneSon

Presenting .
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: Robert Joseph ComparatoSon Wanda Faye Strom

I 1 Joe Green son of

!rIi'Danny.., and Daniel B ,,
Son of Mr. ..Un. George was born In Detroit, ""
Kirkland Jr. of Indian River on October 4. 1041. .
i : City, Paul Douglas Kirkland will be working at the *
of Mr. Robert S. Com was born on May 4. 1946, at Technicolor after .
parato Indian River City Persinger. West Virginia. His future
Robert J. Comparato. was Paul after receiving his degree plan are to attend' Brevard Daughter\ of Mr. and Mr.
born on September 21 1944, at In Mechancial' Technology Junior College to study Eng r Robert If. Strom Wanda
Portsmouth Virginia. from Brevard Junior College I N
Inllerln, Faye Storm was born In Du-
Robert Plans to study History / and West Virginia University Coin collecting, bowling, lulh. Minnesota, on May 30,
at Brevard Junior Col plans to open a garage billiards, playing baseball for 19M.
and apeed shop. the Jaycees, and Captain of I Wanda' plans, after graduation
lege.While Robert was a student In addition to hit Tituaville the bowling team at work are u from TITS Include' marriage
at THS. he played basketball High School activities, Paul Danny' interest at present and 1.8.11.I Training atBrevarri
and baaeball" : four years. likes cycling and playing pool. In addition to hi* activities Junior College.
Other actvlti..ere Tennis while a student of THS. I Wanda enjoys Painting and
2; Lettermen Club 2. 3, 4; 3 Singing.
Track X 4; Chew Club 4; Pep t' $ + ...:
Club J, 4: Tee Club 4. FreachClub r
4. and Key Club S. 4.
'ti v.
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Leah Conley's Employment Service Family Recreation Center" City Wheel & Russet's Garage

Indian River City 287-2801 Indian River Plata Shopping Center 2677111 134 So. Hopkins TitusvlIIe 267- t2SI" .
;1041 N. Dixie Hwy .,


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Presenting Presenting Presenting iArlington Presenting .

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Helen Diane Wachholder Clifford Almond Cooper Stewart Brockett Maxine Juanita Arnold I II I II I

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,1" I 4r' 'v9y Daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Helen Diane WscbhoMcr, ,J Y M. J. Arnold of Indian River
daughter of Mrs. Helen F. 0' Clifford Almon Cooper son City, Maxine Juanita Arnold,
Wachholder of Tituevllle, wit j ) if Mr. and Mrs Emory Al.mend was born in Jacksonville, on
born In Gleni Fall, New Cooper t' Tltusville. was Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. December 24. 1946.
born on October 1, 1947, in Maxine plans to work at
IIf Brockett of Titusville, Arlington
York, on December (, 1946. '
Monroe, Georgia. the Cape this Summer and to
After graduation from Titus .f ...... -j ricrX Stewart Brocket, was Brevard Junior
n. rt Upon' graduation from THS, born In Rorkledge on December enroll at Col.
,...... ville High School. "Diane"will u ..., Clifford plans. to enlist In the T, 1946 loge to prepare for a business
work at the Brevird Air Force. vttr Jtf Stewart will continue hiseducation career or possibly/; an airline
Clifford a member of the *** at the University of stewardess
Courthouse \
\ County and) perhaps Letterman jffjnihr
Club and Key Florida to study engineering. While Maxine attended
later attend a Beauty Club at THS. was active in she member
Besides his THS activities he THS, was a of
Academy I football basketball track and [ Hi, likes to bowl FSA> and the PEP Club, alsoa
Music, art, and swimming/ boat riding. Riverview Cadet for two
were her Interests while i )'ear.. She enjoys the beach
student of Titusville High t _, JI basketball and is a fen THS football and

School.Sponsored __

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I e Threlkeld's Standard Station

: Mobile Manor Trailer Park Alphon L Threlkeld Champ Waring Fuel Oil Co. Lu-Ann Sandwich Shop

U. S. Hwy. 1 N. Tltusville 2072069 Washington Ave. Tltusvllle 267.\9927 LaGrange Tltusvllle 2671725 Nidy Shopping Center Tltusville 267.9938

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Anthony Baxter Blua Barbara Jo Creel, Nancy Ann Lankford Curtis Lee Futch Jr.

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Anthony Baxter Blua,
of son Barbara Jo Creel of Mime, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
r Mr and Mrs Anton Blua of
I Ij Nancy Ann n daughter L. Futch, Curtis Lee Futch
Indian River City, was born was born In plant City, and of Mr. and f.d': Charles Jr., was born In Lakeland
In Springfield, Illinois, Is the daughter of Mr. t
on a apd 4'I E. Lankford, was born on Lee is going to Brevard Junior
September The Christian 25, 1946.Brothers College Mrs Olen R. Creel. December 3, 1946, at Norfork College to major In Engineering
Barbara plans upon graduation Virginia upon graduation.
member have of Its Anthony Freshman as a from TilusviUo High Nancy plans to go Into the At Titusville High School.
class this fall where he will School to enter Jones Business field of Cosmetology after Lee was a member of the
graduation.\ TEC Club. His
favorite sportsare
major in math.
School In Orlando. r
school water swimming,
While During at THS skiing
was a
j at THS, he waa active In Barbara was in THS Chorus I 1 Nancy participated in Chorus, fishing, and shrimping. He is
swimming, tennis and ping/ for three years, also In V.H.A (I'vi' Art, and Swimming a member of DeMola,.
Wng.Sponsored 1, and G.A.A. 2 and 4. '
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Southern Plumbing Co. Inc.

t Jim's TV Walker & Taylor Trucking Brid g. "Serving the South" ,

Highway: 50 Indian River City 207.2552 Mime 267.5201 Mims 267-6354 3567 Industrial Road Titusville 267-7383

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David John Balongue Dennis Lenartie Jesensky Mack Wayne Cowart Suzanne Lambert

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David John Balongue ion 1 rtl I
of Mrs. Stella T. Balongue of .; I
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Tltusvllle. waa born In Muskcgon Daughter of Mr and Mrs
Michigan/ on June S, I Dennis, Lenartie Jeiensky! Mack Wayne Cowart sod L C. S. Lambert, Suzanne Lam
1945. bert was born In Arcadia. :j
of Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cow'
and Mrs.
son Eugene
David plans to further''' his :. A. Jescnsky Indian River art, Tltusville, was born on Suzanne was a member of
education by attending Bre GA.A. 2 and 3. D.C.T. 4.
February 14, 1946. at Hope,
Heights, born June 1,
yard Junior College to study was Arkansas. Treasurer 4, F.H.A. 1 and 2,
IHL Electronics or Business Management .1946'Ivanla., In Punxsutsmney, Penn A future electrical engineering A and Prom Committee 3, while|
) student at Brevard Junior [lr T she was a student of Titus- ,
Dennis upon graduation
During high school, David yule High School. Suzanne
I! College and University of
I plans to attend\ Brevard Junior
was active In the Tee Club, Florida are his present plans likes aU sports especially
to In
College major Engineer
Tennis, Letterman'a Club Industrial after graduation. asketball and swimming ,
Arts Award, Radio ingArt Mack's extracurricular activities After graduation Suzanne
work and
Club Staff and the ; Prom his hunting are are basketball swim plans to take It easy before I II
chief Interests.
Committee He likes ID fish ming boating and fishing. starting, to work In September.

and to swim .I' M } I :,t t


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Shaffer's Hardware
Rock Garden Nursery
Big Apple Plaza Titusville Auto Parts
First Mortgage Corp, of Titusville I
M. T. Skaus
Southside Motor
Supply 400 Main Titunllle 26HI241 3225 Old Dixie tlwy. Tltu.vllle 261-2989 Broad Street Tltu.vllle 267.4.551
I Highway 50 at Magnolia 267.7783

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i Charles Lee Jones, Jr. John Lawrence Fanton Alvin Dwin Andre Peggy Jo Marsh ,I IF !



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r ri ri f Peggy Joe Marsh, daughterof
r 1t fI Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison .
Marsh Jr.. born
i Son of Mr and Mrs. Charles r John Lawrence ".lIto... son Alvin Dwln Andre, son of December 31. 1946 in Miami. ,.
Jones, Charles Lee Jones I Mr. and Mrs. B.
was of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. V. Andre of After THS graduation Peg.
born on April 2i, 1945. In Bell. Fanton of Minis, was born Mimi, was born on July 27, will take a Job during the
p wood, Indian River City in St Albans, New York. ma. In Orlando. .. .... summer.gy: In the fall she will
Charles plans to enter college John plans after graduation, .. ..... Alvin plans to work this be studying music courses at
after graduation exercises to work and also continue Ms summer before enlisting in Brevard Junior: College, then
of Tilusville High to become education In the field of draft. the Air Force.Electronics CQ. Florida State University, and 1
a vocational draftsmanat log at the Brevard Junior Col. and r
I Iy > eventually consider marriage f fr.r'r.1
the Cape or In Industry. I lege. are his main Interests. Whileat h > activities In-
I While a student of Tltusvllle Drafting architecture drama THS. football was his far- )P''" :, Pep Club, Chorus I
High School Charles played and electronics were his orate sport. Alvin also likes to Music and Dancing.I .
Basketball. He likes to workon Interests while at THS. FJ swim and to fish. :
cars and to draw house and 4 I
factory plans.AirportiRoad .
t i ,n I
.A. /w42 t(:"
tit' I

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Jones Rock & Shell .1"\: \
Sharpe Barber Shop Sharpe Grocery

Contractor ,I ( ,>,
Tltuivllle 2671155 Mlms[ ,,' Mims Notrb U. S.1 Titusville
411 287.44111 I IPepe I


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- Graduation' Section. THuevllle, ,r.rtJI, t$er.Atfvetate. Wednesday, .Jim t, 1'" Panel,

Presenting Presenting Presenting Presenting .

Mary Ellen Sleeman Patricia June McGuinnessPatricia Camilla Ann Shealy Elizabeth Joyce Miller I


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i Daughter of Mr. and Mr.
\ William Sleeman of Indian RlvI -
er City Mary Ellen Sleemin, r'I'
was born on September S, 19- e 4. t Elizabeth Joyce Miller,
46, at Newport News, Virginia Camilla Ann Shealy, daughter daughter of Mrs. Ida Miller,
Upon graduation from Tltuivelil McGuinness of Mr. and Mrs Marvin T. from Gillham, Arkansas was
High School, Mary: will June Shealy of Mima Florida, was : was born on August 12, 1946.
register at Brevard Junior College daughter of E. B. Crlthley of born on May I, 1940, at Sanford Elizabeth wan a member of
f" | for one year and then f Titusville was born on June III'194T the National Honor Society, G.
f transfer to Salem State Teach-- in Long Island New Millie plans to get a secretarial ; ,' A. A. Pep Club, French Club
111 ) era College In Salem Massachusetts. York. c job after finishing at Titusville k 1 I German Club and FHA at Ti
Mary plans to be a Pat plans to work after High School. i tusville High School.
....1 Librarian graduation, and she may at* She was Secretary of F, S. t After commencement Elisabeth
'" She enjoyi iwlmmlng and tend Jones College in Jacksonvile. -" A. and enjoys singing and will be in the Freshman
I playing tennii Mary belongsto a I loftball.Sponsored Class of Brevard Junior College -
the Latin Club 3 4 3, F.H.A ti t this fall.Sponsored .
2; Pep Club 2 & 3, and was In e !
'. the Titusville High School t1
Homecoming, Skit 2 at 3. .

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Duffy's Standard Station W. Kennedy I
Brevard Secretarial Service Eunice Beauty Salon
Johnson Bunions Badcock! Furniture Araoe. Store
I 1425 So. Magnolia Ave. Indian River City 267.3751 415 South Palm Titusville 2870213I Mima 267-9907 21 East Main Tltuavllle


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Brenda Gay Shuman Nancy Catherine ParneU. Kathleen Frances Smith Kenneth Reginald Reinsch I

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daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
j., Rotusel Titusville, was bornon Kenneth Reginald" Reinsch,
Brenda Gay Shuman. daughter 'n'I I August 5, 1946 In San Mateo, son (of Mr. ami ;Mrs Richard
(J' of Mr. B C. Shuman of Indian I I Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I' 4 .' California P. Reinsch, was born In Washington
River City, was born on L. S. ParneU of Mima, Nancy Cj.._ Kathy plans, upon graduation D. C., on March 29,
Catherine ParneU, born Ida to attend San Franclico
September 28, 1946, at Savannah Q'' ... was r '" 1946.
Georgia. Tampa, on April 23 1946. .... State College, California ,to Kenneth plans, after graduation -
Brenda will continue work Nancy will be attending Hootwell's major In History and Elementary from TITS, to work at the
ing at Confortl Realty after Business School after,n, Education Cape during the day and to
graduation of Titusville High ...., TICS graduation While Kathy was a student attend Brevard Junior College
School. Ii' Nancy was a Cbeerlelder'lIlI I ot Tltuavllle High School f I, she at night. Ho will take Mechanical .
Her sports interest li iwlm the 8th grade, and enjoys was a member of the Spanish Traftlrt4Kenneth's ,
t ming I golf and tennis. w Club, Latin.. Club, Anchor Club, Inlereits are drawIng
!! I I. f' Pep Club, Chorus and on the skiing and archery, -
Prom Committee and Homecoming
feklt-Float Committee.

i I ..I i She swlmm enjoys/ng. water skiing and


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Sponsored By Sponsored By

Faye's Magic Mirror STR Store
Texaco Station Dr George R. Howe, Optometrist
Formerly AUllle' Den Lewia. Owner
State Road SO Indian River City 267-11130 Bill Apple Plaza 267.Z630 414 South Washington TltulVllle 2117.023t Mime Shopping Center 267.7000i

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Thomas Daniel Whiting Joseph Claude McNeff Jr
r I Loretta Mae Pugh" 'William Boyd Wessinger

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Loretta Mae Pugh, daughter (: 'VJ '"fit(::. ,,4Q r1 Joseph Claude McNeff, Jr., II I .1"'IMo' :I William Boyd Weislnger ion

of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Son of Mr and Mrs. Donald .1, i1! ) son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C, I of{ Mr, and Mra. W, q Weasln-
Pugh, Titusville was born In F. Whiting Thomas Daniel .0 : ; f" r'!""" McNeff. 8r., was born In Ft ger was hors on January 20,
Buckhanon West Virginia, on Whiting, was born In BirmIngham ,... r: ""' Lauderdale, Florida, on June 1946, at Columbia, South Carolina
I j 12, 1946. .
November S 1946. I IKi Alabama, on March a
Loretta will register at Bre IS, 1946. < After graduation: from Titusville 1 William will enroll as an
b vard Junior College and later, -'" "Danny" plans to attend rf.;. High School, Joseph >f Electronic student at Brevard
at Georgia State Women'a Col. --- Brevard Junior College l and to .. will enroll at the University of Junior College after his grad
jI 1I 1i j jI jI lege. She wants to go into Physical w work at the Cape after graduation 4. Florida to major In Math or uatlon from Tltuivllle High
I Therapy. from Titusville High r Science( ( School.
During he school years, her School At TITS, Joseph was a member While at THS William was
r Interesta were swimming, For recreation, "Danny" enjoys of the Key Club; his hub I a member of the Key Dub
camping, and boating. Loretta the beach. by Is coin collecting, Latin Club, Lcllermin's Club,
was Vice President of the Latin and Science Club. Ills sports
Club and a member of the were Tennis, Basketball and
I Science Club. Baseball.

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Air Products & Chemicals Inc

Brevard Electric Co Keel Insurance Agency, Inc. Southern Oxygen Division p.. W. Roberts Jr.

t Shawnee Consolidated Electric Inc. Insurance I* Our Only Business Grove Care
314 Singleton Ave. Titusville 267-0741 201 Magnolia St. Indian River City 267.7121 P. 0. Box lots Tltusvilli 207.7202 Mlml 2673974

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i I 1, Kenneth W. Webb Ellen Grace Eisenhower Mary Roberta Doerrler Alma Frances Overstreet


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1i Son of Mr. and Mn. H W.
Miry Roberts Doerrler,
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Kenneth W. Webb
i Webb was Daughter of Mr. and Mn.
daughter/ of Mrs. Marie /burr- Alma France Overitreet I Uthe
born 23, 1946\ in 0 "'
on September
II James J. Eisenhower of Titus-' rler of Minis, was born In daughter of Mr. and Mrs
: Orlando. ville, Ellen Grace Elsenhow- Honeidale, Pennsylvania on u. L. Overslreefbf Mime. She,
Kenneth plans after graduation pro was born on March 2, 11147, November I, 1943 was born In Gulf Hammock on
L e, from Titusville High In Philadelphia.' Pennsylvania.Ellen .
will attend ,
Miry Orange August S 1940.
I School', to to Brevard! Jun.
go will work at 41
a secreUrisl I
Memorial Hospital School "of Frances will work In the secretarial
for and
boor College two
career after graduation.During .
Nursing graduating' fromTitusville field after Tltuivlllo
I then to a major college for
I school Ellen waa I High School.During High School graduation.
four years for a degree in Den Treasurer of Future 'I.
I school, her' artiv. Frances was In Advanced'
.tistry. lei Association and a Rivtr- goes Include CAA. 4, FNA 3, Chorus S 4; r.I.A 4; ".H.A."
In addition to his TUB actlvltives. -
I i view Cadet. s Science I 1, Spanish Club Club 4,
Kenneth likes coin collecting Club 2 I'lJ" 1, and the 4 11; Pep

J IJ I II I and weight hftJne.I y volleyball team. and a Rlvervlew Cadet 3& 4.

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Sponsored By

& Inc. Clawson Electric Inc Conn-Car
Heating Company
I Southern ,Cooling Booth Auto Service

Authorued Luxaire Dealer Comm erelal-Residential Smooth Riding to the Clam of IBM
2912 Hopkins Avenue Titusville 2677289 713 Magnolia Ave. Indian River City 267.1862 U. S. Highway 1 Mints 267-1938 U. 8. Highway 1 Mlms 267-4223
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Presenting Presenting. Presenting Presenting -.
Mike Elwood HarveyMike Harriette Ann Rocco :""*" Catherine Louise HTrshberg Glenn Stanton Cnapman, Jr.-

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HwwK Rene, (ton .OJ! Glenn. Stante Chapman, Jr.,
.. Daughter of Mr and Mrs.
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of and Mm. YeweH B.Harvey. j,
ef Glenn & Chapman sr.
o Herbert S. lllnhherc. Jr., ton.
WM horn m Mir i, of Tltuivtlle. war born .In. At.
Catherine Lauiae
IMa, at' Yorktown, Virginia Harriett! Ann Recce* daughter Illnhberg lasts, Georgia, e. May at,
was ben en November 20, 1946
Upon graduation Mike will of Ass C. Roeee
wan 184*.
either work for Brevard County bora In Tampa, a.. Nevemacr at Santa Monica California in the fall Glenn will' be in
Kit. to attend Florida
Tax Aueiuor, attend BJC before 25, 114%. re-med at University ef I
PresbyterlM College in St.
going tea' four year college to her.
e* agenda: after Florida. During the ammeter,
er enter the Armed For- TIB graduathw.Harriette Petenbutf.Kit
be plane to work, after gr.dsn- ,
ff'!!. was a member of the
was a member oftke TitutviUe
albs from High
While .. ttudent at TITS Beta, Club, NitUeMl. Him- National Honor Society President V:0 School. I i
.. Mike war an Admiral el the er SwIet,.. and' Aaekor Ctab of the Beta Club, Girls
Anchor Club* and a member She liken bwmekark $stlag. 4 State Science Club, Latin Club Glenn war Treasurer ef nig
.. the Key Club sad the National Anchor Club Art, finalist for Senior Class at. THS, a member I
HOMF Serety. Mike Mite THS, and M the Student 1 of the Key Club and elected

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Jack John1( Hamilton Carof Ann Waterrose' I .. RobertDwight Lockamy' I Jeffrey Dale Hartsog

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Jack John Hamilton, son of 4 I '
I Mr. and Mn. H. M. Hamilton 1 I
war born OR October 14, 194,
In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Daughter el Mr,, aM Mrs. Son of Mr and Mn R. W. !
Waterrote. Carol Lockimy, Robert Dwight Lock Son of Mr and Mrs Dale
Jack plant to attend a Junior : ear
: Hartsog, Jeffrey Dale Hartsng,
r J College for a year then tram- Ann was horn on amy, WM horn in Simpson
fen to University of Floridafor June 19, 1945, at West Point, County, North Carolina on was born on January 28, 1947,
at Beckley, West Virginia
hi* Liberal Arts education New York. August 21, 1MI.
While in high school, Jackplayed Carol plant" to get marriedand Upon receiving 'his TIN diploma. Football and wrestling are
J I football ; to be a housewife after Robert plan to get a his favorite iperts. After eraJuation -
aa a quarterback ,,, tlnM
1 and end for three yeari, her graduation Swan Titusvllle good Job at the Cape and, In '1'01ITltusvWe High.
High School. the near future, to be married School Jeffrey plant to maor
and baseball for two yeanHe .
| In Business Administration
war oleo In the Club Carol hobbles are hone- Robert was a Tech Club
3 ft 4, Letterman'i Club, Cheat back riding, swimming and member at Tltuivllle High at Brevard Junior College

Club 4, Drama Club 12, Set- reading. School.Sponsored .
nice Club- 3, and en the i ",
Prom Committee 3. l I

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Carfene Pearl Young Janet.'S e Utterback ... Bonnie Lynn Tuten r Ronald; David Johnson I

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on September 21, IIM8. lj Janet Sue Utterback, daughter u Mr and Mrt R. V Tutee. Son of Mr. and Mrt. Eric
Carlene plant to attend Woman'l g.r. of Mr. William R. Utter. wit born In Parkiville, South ;I- M. Johnson, Indian River City,
.1 College of Georgia and. back of Tltusvllle, was born Carolina Ronald David Johnson, was
Nursing School, upon graduation on December 1.194, at Terre After her graduation from : born on October 27, 1946, at
from Tltuivllle High Haute, Indiana Tltusville High School, Bonnie Camden New Jersey.
t School. She will Intern at St. : ; After graduation, Janet will +1 1kkteyuvi w will attend Brevard Junior \ / I After graduating from Titusville .
Vincent' Nursing School, In ... work this summer In the fall College to take a course In \ High, Ronald will study
Jacksonville, Florida .. the will attend Brevard Junior I B M.Bonnie'l Zoology at Brevard Junior
While a student at TUB, Car w ichool activities are
College/ to study Art.While College, then at the Florida
lenD was t member of the Na t.J Janet was at THS, the Prom Committee 3; F. H. A. Rate University..
'Y tional Honor Society, Science I. .\I enjoyed painting and sketch- Float Committee 2; F. H. A.
i' Club, and Future Nurses Club. i In,. .. 1 ind 4; .Nursing Award 2.Sponsored .
She enjoys basketball, bowlingand
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"\ Sherry Fay Blalock Robert Conrad Kemmerling Leslie John Kennedy Ralph Dwayne Larkins

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of Mr and Mra C. E <
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Blalock of
Tltuiville wit born D. Kemmerllng of Indian River r 1945. He has been at home with Son of Mr. and Mn Ralph
on February 12, 1946, at Oak flJ. .
born Mr. and Mra L. Price
Ridge, Tennessee. City was in Rockford, R. i D Larkin Ralph Dwayne I
Illlnoit Tltuiville Lealle'l are Larklna
parent was born In Watseka,
Upon graduation from TUB, I { I Upon graduation from TUB Mr. and Mrt A. 0. Kennedy I Illinois, on August 26, 1946.
Sherry will travel to Middle I Robert plant to work ai a of Kensington, Johannesburg, Ralph graduation
Tennessee State College, Draftsman and attend night South Africa from.nst ,ertohlo: into
1 T" Murfreesburo, Tennessee to .. V (.3) school at Brevard Junior Col Leslie will attend the University the Air Force in August ,I
study Music She plant to become ,
lege of Wltwatenrand In While Ralph was a itudent
a Southern Baptist Roberts hobbles are: BuildIng Johannesburg South Africa, to at Tltuiville\ High School he
Missionary boats cart, swimming and study Metallurgical Engineering played. BasebaU and Basket t
During high school Sherry fishing He was lit Vice Press ballSponsored
war President of the Chorus, a dent of the T.E.C. Club while While at THS. Leslie war a
Majorette the THS Band, n he was a student of Tltuivllle member af the Key Club, Anchor .
Cheerleader, and a memberof High, School Club, and Student Coun I
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Madaline Kay Chalfant Janice Thackrey Ward Ronald Wesley Carlile Willard 'Abbott Morrison ;

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f. Rnnald Wesley Carlile, son of
Daughter of Mr. and MM.LaVauRhn C. W, Carlile, Jr.. of Tltuavllle,
Chalfant\ of Titus- Willard Abbott Morrison aon
II was horn lit' Miami, on June
vllle, Msdaline Kay Chalfant f of Mr. and Mrs. Russell! A.
28, 148.
I wan born in Muncie, Indiana, Janice Thackrey Ward, daughter graduation, Ronald has Morrison of Indian River City,
.. Upon
of Mr. K.Thackrey .
on June 18, 1948. lTi'tum"o'W 8 (t the field of Elertronlri In was born In Providence, Rhode
A future business major, MbI Island, on September 10, 1045
born In Jacksonville, on September mind. HIs future plans areindefinite will
I Madallne will attend business Willard soon become a
I 14, 1941 I' t but he may possibly -
I'I school on a BNA Scholarship Social Studies student' at Bre-

While a student at TITS, : Janice to cni.ote'I:: :: In duties addition I College attend before Brevard going Into Junior the yard Junior College
I Madeline was a member of i Willard was a member of
the National Honor Society, after' graduation from Air Force the Tltusvllle IliRh School
'tr" 4 ritiiBvtlle High School. During high school, Ronald
Future Secretaries Associationand Band His favorite past timeIs
was sergeant-at-arma of the x
i swimming. _
the Club.
: Pep
THS Ter Club and participated
In Track S, 4, and foot-
ball 4.Ruth.

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Janet Ruth Holodak'e Sylvia Laverne Carlile June Alice Crabtree' Dean Edward Lotz'

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o "t Daughter of Mr. and Mr. Sylvia Laverne Carlile, daughter -
: Anthony G. Holodak, of Titus of Mr. and Mrs. W, Norris .
? 7 Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
i" i"'i vllle, Janet Ruth Holodak, was Carlile of Titusville, was d Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Lots of Indian River City, Dean
I born In Yonkers, New York, re" born In Rocklerige, Marshall L. Mitchell June I I I Edward Lots, was born In Louisville
on October 23, 1946. Sylvia Is not quite sure about i Alice Crahtree, was horn on November
Kentucky, on -
After graduation from Titus- her plans after graduation.She >4 September :28, 194A\ at NewCastle 20, 194fl.
IIIIf. o vllle High School in June Jan hopes to attend businens f Indiana After graduation from Titus-
1 et will travel to the Universityof school, preferably Howell'a 1 June plans to relax during villa High School Dean will
Florida to major in Elementary 4 Buslnesi College or Jones Business the summer before starting to enter Memphis State College.:
Education. College. work In the 'fall In Tennessee, to major in Man-
Janet was a member of the While at THS. Sylvia I was While at THS, June was a
I Beta Club: Future Tcacher'a active In the following activities I 1 member of the Anchor Club agement.Dean was a Member of the
I of America, and a Riverview : Band 1.2, *; F,11A.1, 4; She especially enjoys horseback Key Club and Lctterman's!

j Cadet while a student of TlIS.I Prom Committee 3; CoChairman I. riding, skating, and Club at ISIS, slim, he was active
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Float Committee Float
Swimming, bowling, reading, 11; skiing In football, basketball ;
and horseback riding are her Committee: :lher4; Riverview a track and baseball
outside interest. Cadet 3. In free time' she
I likes to skate I ..


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Laurence Anthony McCarthy, Jr. Sandra Adams Dunn Ruth Beatrice Efchert Harriett Sheila Greenberg

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Son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence w.
Anthony McCarthy, Sr. of
Titusville Laurence Anthony Sandra Adams Dunn, daughter
McCarthy, Jr., was born on Beatrice Elchert,
of Gwlun Adams, was horn
of Mr. and Mrs.
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Daughter
June 28, 1948, at Savannah,
on September S, 1948, In Char
Harriet Sheila
A Georgia. George J. Elchert of Tltusvllle, Sam Greenberg,
Tony will enroll at the University I leston South Carolina was born In Cincinnati, Ohio, Greenberg, was born In Atlanta
Sandra plans after graduation -
of Florida or The Citadel ''r' 44u from Titusville High on October S, 1943.Ruthle Georgia, on November
college 28. 1984.Harriett' .
to attend
to his become Titusville an High Engineerupon Schoolgraduation :;:;1 School Sandra, to be was a housewife a member of for four plans years to majorin will attend the Unl-
of Florida graduation
Hill specialization iflemelnary education or versty upon
Ills Band for three
will be either Civil, Chem- beauty culture upon graduation from THS.
She also
was a member of
from THS. As a member of the Beta
ical Electrical.Tony ** 1
or the Titusville High School *
During school, her Interests Club, National Honor Society
was a member ,of Beta the Chapter of F.If.A. 1 ft 2, FuI were rhcerleadlng, AnchorClub Anchor Club and /Science Club,
National Honor Society
I ture Secretaries Association 4, she relaxes cards
Pep Club, Lettermsn'sClub by playing
Club, Club, and French
Key and
Future Teachers Association.
Club at THS. Coin collecting with dancing, swimmingand and reading
Vt It his hobby. Tony enjoys all tennis a* other activities

sports, but baseball In par I *

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I t Joseph Frank Mance Cheryl Grimbley Hoats James William Mathison Linda June Hayes

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;jI Prank Stance, son of Ma Moon, Jr., James William daughter -
Joseph Linda June Hayes
Cheryl Grimbley Moats, daughter a Mathison, was born on September
I Titusville
Carl T. Manee, of of Mr. and Mrs E. L.
; Pennsylvania of Mr. and Mrs S. C. 10, 1944"" and came to
was born in Pittsburgh Hayes of Indian !River City,
I Ii jrlmbley of Titusville, was Titusville from Dothan, Alabama
I .1 on May 28 MtI was burn on November 17, 1946
born In Riverside, California, .
Joseph will attend West PointIn In Miami, Oklahoma1.During .
...... on December 28, 1945. James Intends to register at
New York to study Designor THS, Linda was a
I After graduation, Cheryl! win Brevard Junior College for
Drafting, his graduation of the National Honor
from upon Titusville High. work and, later raise a fam two years, then go to F.8.U. or !Society member, also Spanish Club
ily. U. of F., to study Biology or ,
School. o+..v Presdenl end Treasurer, and
While a student of THS, Joseph At Tituavill l High School, Dentistry, on the G. A. A. Basketball
was President of his Senior Cheryl was a member of F.H James was Vice President of Team
Class, President of Lettermen't I A; Prom Committee 3; Chairman TIIS Student Council and of Linda wants to become a
Dub, a member of Beta Club of Float Committee. Her the Pep Club Besides being teacher, possibly join the
National Honor Society, and Interests Include drawing, elected Senior Superlative! p Peace Corps and teach In Germany
i swimming, cooking, and sew Friendliest' he was a member will be
Key Club Sports at school Included Mate In the fall she
Football 1 ft 4, Base '. In,. I of Boy's 3, Swimming e registered at Brevard Junior
and Tennis Team
Team 3,
ball I ft 4, and Track 4. College
James also enjoys hunting,
I .
fishing and watar skiing. j

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Robert Roy Peck Robert Lee Rag inl, IIr Margaret King Lori Francis Kuehn

5L Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
fi Charles E. Kuehn Lori Francis .
Margaret King, daughter of Kuehn, was born in Staten
Robert Roy Peck, ion of Mr. and Mr. John H. King Island, New York, on February
Roy E. Peck of Titusville, was was born on September 22, 23, 1946.
born In Jacksonville Florida, r Robert Lee Ragln. Ill, son 1946, in Bristol, Virginia. L 1 1 plans to work and later
of Mrs. Thwda M. Ragin, was Margaret plan to attend
on October 10, 1946. 4 on to continue school Her ambition
born on April 15, 1945 In Rock- Virginia Intermont College In
Bob will enroll at University I Ie la to become a Beauti
F of Florida'a School of Electrical ledge{ Florida. v4sll Bristol, Virginia. Later, she clan.
1I Engineering After graduation, Robert ; hope to go into a nursing ca Lori' Interests are hairstyling
Bob was a member of the plans to continue working at and traveling.! While
sll reer.While a
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the Court House.While .
Margaret was a
National Honor and
Society y student at THS Lori was a
the Beta Club while at Titus. a student of Titusvlllo dent at THS, she was a mem. member of the F. S. A. Club,
villa High School. Motorcycl High School, Robert playedthe ber of the Anchor Club, l.et.Icrman'l Glee Club; on the Newspaper
ing and sub race-watching are r clarinet and drums for Club, Pres. Pep Staff; In the Sophomore and
four years with the TITS band. Club, Captain SwimmingTeam
his outside activities Junior-Senior
plays Cheer.
; a
} He is also HI-FI enthusiast. Senior
Secretary -
leader on the Drill Team
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Class and was voted Senior and Played Softball and Vol.

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John Gerald Walding, Jr. Anne Guthrie McCauley': Clifton Bruce Weaver Michael Keith Varner

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Son of Mr. and Mrs John Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. b Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. F.
Walding. John Gerald Wald. A. J. McCauley, Anne Guthrie j Weaver of Indian River City, Varner of Mimi Michael
If ing, Jr., was born on Novem b McCauley, was born on Clifton Bruce Weaver, was Keith Varner, was born on Au.
ber 20, 1948 at Croiwcll. Mich. August I, 1946. at Auburn, born on July 31, 1945, at Pittsburgh gust 3, 1946, at Parker, Indi
New York. Pennsylvania. ana.
igan.Upon graduation from Titusvllle Anne plans to work for 'a West Palm Beach Junior Michael' plans after graduation .
RawM High School, John plane while, then, to enter Orange! College and the University of from Titusville High/ :
a year or two of college, and County Vocational School In Florida for his B. S. DegreeIn School, are to work for the
the U.S. Navy afterward At the field of cosmotnlogy, after Engineering are Clifton' County Engineers and attend
Brevard Junior College, he b graduation from THS a plan after graduation from Brevard Junior College!: to
may enroll ai a pre-oplome- During school, Anne was Titusville High: School. specialize In Engineering
try atudent. \ : very fond of art work. She Resides! his activities at Michael was a member of
At TIIS, John was member was a member of F. II. A., THS, Clifton likes sports cars, the National Honor Societyand
of the French Club 3, 4.; Football 7" 1 and 4, and the Prom Committee sports car racing, swimming, the Beta Club while a stu
1, 2, 3; Baseball 2; and : .: 3. bowling and skiing dent of Titusville High School.
v. Track 8. : 'fJ ,
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Marsha Ann Maitlen Edward Joseph Richardson' John Allan Sucharski Jerry David Townsend


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Frank B. Maiden, Marsha Ann a Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. N. .wmoo. John Allen Sucharski, son of Jerry David Townsend, son
Million, was born on August t Richardson, Edward Joseph Mr and Mrs. Victor Suchar of Mr. 0. W. Townsend was
10 1946, at Lafayette, Indi Richardson, was born on ski, was born In Madison, Wisconsin born in Knoxville, Tennessee
an. April 29, 1946, in Cleveland, on April 27, 1946. on September 26, 1946.
Upon graduation, Marsha Ohio. After THS graduation, John Jerry' plans upon gradua-
plans to be an Airline Stew v4 Ed will enter Brevard Jun plans to go to Purdue University > artless for College!: to take Law or i for his degree in Electrical .School are to join the Navy
+v At TIIS, Marsha was a Business Administration after Engineering. for his Initial training. Then,
54 member of the Band, First TIIS graduation. John's activities at Titus he will attend University of
Lieutenant 4. J. V. Cheerleader Ed Is a amateur magician ville High School were Tennis South Florida to major in
Yt Prom Committee F, II. and loves football and base r 3. Track 1, Football. Swimming Electronics and I. B. M.
A. 1, 0. A. A., Basketball, 2, ball.Sponsored Surfing and Skiing Jerry's hobbies and sport
Volleyball 2, Softball 2, and a are swimming boxing, camping
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Titusville 267-6201 1610 Orando Rd. Indian River City 267-7120 414 Pine St. Ttusvillo 267-0541 2918 S. Hopkins Ave. Titusville 267-7846 !

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Sandra Leigh Mann Joyce Ann Marks Brenda Joyce Mason Joyce Yvonne Mazzare

Daughter of Mr. and Mri. f'II'
| David Ogden! Marks, Joyce) -. II
< Ann !Marks was born in Bon
I ton, Massachusetts on April /
21, 1947. 0'. .: \ 44 /"
After! graduation, Joyce will I. '
enroll at the University of
Daughter of Mr and Mrs. South Florida to enter the fieldof
E. S. Mann, Sandra Leigh psychology, guidance, Brenda Joyce Mason, daugh Janice Yvonne Maztare was
Mann was horn on October and physical therapy (beginning ter of Mrs. Margaret Parted. born on June 8. 19\\6, In Titus
25. 1946, at Portsmouth Vir June 8)) and then she was born In Burchfield, West vine She Is the daughter of
j ginia. '. will go to George Peabody I ,'. Virginia, on February 1. 1946. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Strick
Upon graduation Sandra .r College for her remaining two .e This tall Brenda will be a land.After
LT plans tit enter Secretarial ---" years. I'f: fj Math or Art itudent at West graduation from Titus
School While Joyce was a student Virginia University to pre. ville High School Janice plans
Sandra was a member of of THS she was Anchor Club j pare for I teaching career. to do secretarial work.
: the track team and, F. II. A. i Treasurer Student Council t.9VI Brenda activities at Titus Janice ,Is a member of F. S.
while a student of Tltusvlllo I Secretary r, T. A. Vice Presi I I villa High School Included 'v r A. Her hobble are cooking,
High School. Swimming is l a1K'' dent, Pep Club Member, Beta .- ,'.,. Sewing, Painting National sewing, and dancing; she also
'''''''' favorite sport Club State Secretary, Honor :. Honor Society Anchor Club, like to watch Softball game
Society{ Member Miss THS Latin Club, Science Club, and
ii on the Foreign Exchange Stu Future Teachers of America.
dent Committee and Student

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Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Cathle Coyle daughter of
Acel F. Davis Indian River Margaret Ann Swope David Charles PartainDaughter Mr and Mrs. Paul L. Coyle
City Caroline Shirley Davis Indian River City, war born
was born In Lashburn Saskatchewan November 9, 1940, at Pueblo,
Canada on July 7, Ft Colorado.
1947. : .. Upon, her TITS graduation
After graduating from Tlhisville Cathleen will major In education -
High School Carolinewill of Mr. and Mrs at the Florida State I
l enter Stetson University University After which she
W, A. Margaret AnnSwope. I
for a history or political science ; thorn it Welch Son of Mr and Mrs Will- would like to teach Math or
career Her ambition Is Virginia war December lam Lee Paitaln Tltusvllle. Frenrh
West on
to become a United States 1946. David Chailes Partain was During I school tu
16 waltlT
cltlcen. Margaret plans to attend born on February 12, 194B at High Cathleen member -
While a student of THS. Knoxvllle, Tennessee
Brevard Junior College lor of the National Honor Society
Caroline was a member of the In David will adieu Auburn and Beta Club Reading
two to begin major
Beta Club National Honor Home years Economics University (Alabama Polv :lancing and talking are her 'I
Society Spanish Club and Pep School. techmc Institute) aa a Civil favorite diversions
s At Titusville High
( Club. Other Interests are dancing of nglneerlnu: student after
Margaret a member
and bowling from TIIS.
P Chorus (for three yean). /graduation
I Journalism Club Spanish Club David 1M' mrmlx of the
Older of DeMolny
and the Future HomemakerfAssociation.
d ri Order of Knighthood. He like

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Sandra Ann Thompson Gilbert Eugene Freeman
Daughter of Mr and Mrs
James F.Haynes Judy Dian
Haynes was born August 21, 1' I
t 1946 In Brookhaven Mississipl. ,, ,
3 a d
1 Daughter of and Mrs
Her future plan. Include Wlllnrd I p rltYI Arleenllepner
Brevard Junior was born In Wllhln,.
College and
the University of Florida to er Daughter of Mr. and Mrs y inn Gilbert I of Mr. and Eugene Mrs I Freeman. L. Freeman i4 its D.C., on September 20,

major in Math and Science. F. M. Thompson Sandra Ann Indian River City, was 1948Lyls medical
As student of plans 1 rereadat
Thompson, was born In Milledgevllle horn on August 11, 1941 at
the of Florida
activities were: Anchor Club Georgia, February University
I on North Carolina
Future rrGtil t4L after' graduation from THSlylt .
Teachers SCA FHA ;
8, 1847.Sandra r la I Interested I In Junior
member of the
Math Award. Cadet was a
Teacher I
will attend collegeto :
College and auto medianC -
National Honor Society, Science
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dock cars

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Allana Joy BourneAllana Joan Eleanor Arnold Kenneth Byrnes Morton, Jr. Thomas Eugene Ream, Jr.


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of Mr. and Mri ArthurJ.
as C, Ream, Sr, Thomas Eugene -
Arnold of Titutvllle, war e born In
r born on December I, 1946, In Kansas T.yJr'MU on
Monte lair, New Jersey I September 24, 1146
J Bourne daughterof Upon graduation Joan plant Son of Mr. and Mrs KennethB "Tom" plans to attend Bethany
to work for the FBI In WashIngton Morton 8r., Titusville, Nazarene College, Beth
Mr. and Mrs George E.
D.C., and to attend : i
Bourne Titusville, was bornat Kenneth: Byrnes Morton,c'lf any, Oklahoma) next DentalSchool
Wahoo, Nebraska, on May college at American or Georg., was horn In New York ;, and then the Armed
town to major In Business k4
22, 1946. New York on May 24, 1947. !Services His major wUl be
During high school Joan Kenneth has made plans togo Biology,
Upon graduation, Allana will
was President 'of" Future Secretaries
to Auburn become Tom's hobby Is coin
pursue her education at the / to an w !
Association Secretary I aW
Engineer During TltusvllU High School,
University of South Floridaat
of Beta Club and a member -
," J1't, Tampa planning to major Kenneth was 1 member of he was a member of the
'" In English or History During of the National Honor Society the !Beta' Club and the Key Key Club 3 and 4; Beta Club
TIIS days Allana bad french Club F.ILA., Future Club at Tltusvlll High School I and 4; National Honor Society
I number -
of varied Interests. D Business Leaders of America 3 and 4; F, T. A. J. a and
.., li. Jr Skit and Sr. Skit. I; Student Council 1 Rep 2 and
.. 1. She also enjoys swimming w'4. 3.; Band 1, a, and 3; Track 1,
2. and 3, Football 4; and
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Pamela Ann Barker : ; .. Luke, Preston Cain Rebecca Mae Forward I I't John Wise I

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Pamela Ann Barker, daughter Luke Preston Cain son of ward Rebecca M, Forward of B Wise, Jr., Tltusvllle was
of Mr. and Mrs Edward Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Lan, Ti-. Indian River City, was born In \ burn on May 111, 11/48./ at De
E. Barker of Tltusvllle, was tusville was born In Key j I Ecuador: South America on Q' ; trait Michigan
horn in Moundsville, West West on December 24, 1946 1 September 13, 1944. ;:', John plans to attend Brevard.
Virginia, on December 18, Luke will study mathematicsat Rebecca will study at Nyack Junior College' and later University
146 the Florida State University Missionary Collect In New of Georgia. to major In
Pamela plans to continue this FslhDuring I York after graduating from Social Studies. and to minor In.
working at the Citizens Bank high school. Luke Titusville High! School lo beI Education. upon his graduation
was a member of the TIIS from Tlt'isvllle' High
I after graduating from THS I rome a Christian Education
1 Band and Key Club 1 School
.x While Pamela attended high Teacher'
k school she was a member of I HIT: school activities at TI, & He was a member of the
r the D.C.T. Club.W I tuiville/ High were as follows/ : Brain Team and Chess Club at
!Secretary, Spanish Club, Nat TIIS. Jihns favorite hobby Isdtbstlng
loal Honor Society, Skits for .
81 class, and Basketball 2.

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"1\1'\' Pearl YGarrusso( t\.f (I *> Charles Louis Jones I
I Donald Ivan Graves Janie ,, Brenda. Laverne Ballinger '

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"f1:'!""' '''' Daughter of Mr and Mrs.\
0 D. BalHirger of Titusville,

.' Brenda Lavrrne Bellinger, '.
was born In Winchester Ken 'I ,
October 194$.
tucky, on IS I
Son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Janie
Pearl Giarrtisso, daughter
Brenda plane to be flM
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Graves, Donald Ivin Craves, T
of John J. Glarruim. and .. work after ""aatian.
: 1[;.Ir 1 was bon on July t, 1948, at was born on April S, 1946, hi At a future date "the .....d Charles Louis' .Jones, son of
Griffin, Georgia Coleman. Texan. like to enroll at a Bible Colletr. Elmer V. Jones, was born.; on
', At lOOn at Don graduates Janie plan. to work it Thus February 4, 194(1( at San Antonia 'r\
"" from Tltuivllle Hlsh: School villo High School, grad '
upon While at THS, the enjoyed Texas.Upon
he plant to enlist In the Navy. .
uation. from Titusville
tewing, basketball swimming' ,
Weight lining, flitting, and
A member of FIt.A for School Charles
\ High
pinging and Haying the aceordian .J
hunting are tin extracurricular three years and of Pen Club and to Into the Air Force ..
activities :: v plas* orfan. plans go "
for one year, Janie also enjoy Brenda't staging has enabledher
horseback riding to travel around' the State

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Jill Harryett Carney Reva Mae Lawson Gerald Nathaniel Daniel ,Robert. Brooks Jr,


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1 Jill Harryett Carney, living
with Mr and Mrs. Jack V. I
Carney of Tltuivllle was I
born In Oakland, California, Rev Mae Lawson, daughter I Son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Hubert E. Brooks, Jr. ton
on May 29 1946. of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I N. Daniel of Titusville, Gerald of Robert Brooks of Minus,
Jill It considering Brevard F. Lawson was born in < Nathaniel Daniel, was was born In St Augustine! on
Junior College to either major Sweetwater, Tennessee, on born on October 20, 1S4J, at August 16, 1944.
In business or in education September 10, 1946 Clearwater, Florida. Robert plans to work at th;
upon graduation. Reva is undecided about the A Gerald will enter the Military Cape for Leavelle and Killvlt
While In school L she was active college the will: attend after Service and, after completing Construction Company upon
1 In Swimming Trampolining. graduation Her major will aw+ this, will go to a Vocational graduation from THS.
Pep Club, Jr.-Sr. prom:: be Physical l Education and w. School. During high school, Robert
Chairman of 1961. and Corresponding Art (Education). Gerald's out-of.school activities was Interested in all outside
Newspaper Report. At THS, Revs was a member are boat mlng and drag sports, and he especially enjoys
er. Jill received an Outstanding of G. A A... Track Volleyball racing. cars, swimming, baseballand
Vocalist Award' In addition and Softball.

Trampoline to Exhibition Team 1983 ;' football.'w

1963 Volleyball Team and -'
; Basketball Team. : //v :

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Edward Arthur Fanton 'j'" :}, ,:.. Jill Carol Fortier. ," ''!'' Paul Henry Matthews '*"": Jeffrey Henry Courtemanche 1

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Jill Carol Fortier, daughterof i. Paul Henry Matthews was
Indian River
manche, City,
Edward Arthur Fanton, aon Howard C. Florda
Mr. and Mrs. .... born In Orlando, on :
born February t, 1945,
was on
of Mr and Mri. Walter B. '
Fortier. Indian River City, was : November 11, 1946. He Is the .
Fanton of Mima, born .. in Fariboult, Minnesota.Jeffrey
was on born In New Haven, Connecticut son of Mr. and Mrs Hugh Lee
March 11.1946 at Jacksonville.Edward on June 24, 1946. IJt "' Matthews of Tltusvlle. ,,1 plans to study Mar
: ine at the
Biology University
will enroll I at the After graduation: from Titus 1 Put plan., upon graduationfrom
New College in Sarasota, upon 1 ville High School, Jill will work Titutville High School, to a-i'; of Miami, after his graduation
graduation, to major in :: His from THS.
as a secretary. study Math or Forestry ; ."tfr."t"'tr '
History 1' 1 lJ During her term at TITS, she choice of college it unknown at Jeffrey was a member of
At THS, he was a memberof was a member of the Future the present time. the Chess Club, Escadrllle
the Drama Cub Senior Secretaries Association, Beta During high school, Paul's 'j Gun Club, Brevard Chess
Skit, Committee I and the "Ter Club, and Secretary of the National sport was B8IketbaU.I Club, and the Florida Chess
rier's Growl" school mags- Honor Society. \ Association. Swimming, fish
tine, r.i I\ <,..... side ing, and activities camping are his out-

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PjJi '
Sharon Base !, Thomas Carl Gabriel
Kaye Victor Frank Irvine, son of .....
Mrs. Helen Irvine, wit born

on September I, 1946., at West- I Murray Alex Conrath, ton of
field Massachusetts.Victor
and MR. Paul Conrath
I Mr.
Guitar and Ban-
plays 'rh born December It, INS,
s was
to and likes Country Music: and ,
Daughter of Mr and Mrs at Wettfleld New York.
Frank L. Base Sharon Kaye )Folk Music His outside activl- Murray will Join the Army
Base was born In Brookings, Ides are fishing and swimming after his graduation from Tituivllle
b South Dakota, on January 20, High School. Murray's ,
1948. Victor plans to work for
la cooking
I Flans for Sharon, after THS Florida Power and Light upon i apeclalty Thomas Carl Gabriel, son
graduation from Titusvilla
graduation, will be two years of Thomas Carl Gabriel Sr. of
of study at Brevard Junior High School. Scott moor. was born Septem
College then attend a four- her' 28, 1946, in Los Angeles,
year college. Sharon will i California
major In Education but Intends I
I i\ .,.. Tom's hobbles are writing'
to make a career of '
.. I ;',: : I short stories and swimming.
Cosmetology.Sharon's activities at THS :. ,. After Titusville High School,
will to
,'I go Brevard Juts
were: Science Club 2 and 3; ior College to
major Eng
FH.A. 1; Par Medic Club 2and lish. .
3; Student Council 1, 2,
i and 3, Drama Club 3, DEC.A. .
4 (President Titusville ':
Chapter), and Little Theatre LOOK TO A SUNNY FUTURE IN THE' SUNSHINE STATE! cs ,'.,: .".'J !-,:';.+t.",

Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of J 'more opportunity for action-minded, well-
tt No other state offers more promise trained young people. More power to yowl!

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Rebecca Gene Cocke :' .1' John William Pittman, II [ Anita Aline Miley Nellie Diane Chaffin


1 M + Nellie Diane Chiffin, daughter
Daughter' .f Mr red Mr. II
of Mr and Mri WallerS.
Robert N. Oocke, lutorrt Anita Aline Oiaffin of .
Iln d Miley, daughter Holly Hilt was
+yd .Gene Cecke. now of TlUisvitle, r John W. nttman II, eon of of Harry C Miley, .was horn horn on December '4, 1946, In
was torn on November II, W. of TlrusvUle, In Marietta
John Pittman Kockledge: on September Georgia r
1948, at Padueah. Kentucky wa bora on June I, 1944, at !4, I.... Diane plans a secretarial.
Upon graduation, lebeeca'a Brooklyn, New York. Anita will be a Business career upon graduating from
choice of iclMioi wii he the
will enter University .
John Emory Administration student at Brevard TltS
6i University of South Florida atTampa. In Atlanta, Georgia Junior College after receiving An active band member for
lire major will he a* a freshman In the School of r' ye her diploma from Tltusville four years, Diane was' also a
i Physical Education.At r MedicineHi High School Second Lieutenant' 4.; Major-
a THS. Rebecca wa a TitS activities were: She was on the Swimming rite 2, 3, 4: Beta Club Member
A member of the Spanish Club Swimming Team 34.; Lat Team and Prom Committee at :3. 4; National Honor Society .
and the Honor Society. Sitting, in Club; Lettcrman'a Club; THS \0\ Member 3, 4; and Future
coifing, swimming and ftI4.Sponsored Letterman' 3 and 4. Secretaries Association Member
me are her hobbies. I 4.Daughter.

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Eleanore Justine Aemisegger Stella Scarola Jeffery Harold Turner Linda Joyce Johnson

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P'' t Joyce Johnson, born In
I Ifi wan
Stella Scarola, daughter of
r-Q' Eleanore Justine Aemlneg- Mri Maria Lucia Scarola of e n Son of Mr. and Mrs Tom W, Llilmoteague. Virginia, on
ger, daughter: of Mr. and Mrt u i born Turner .f Tituiville, Jeffrey May <, 1946
I' Paul S. Byan of Tituivllle, 30, 1945,eln"O: Nt'nw YorkStella Harold Turner, was born on Linda plant to take Liberal
wii born In Paterson, New plani to attend SouthEastern ; November 28, 1946, at St Arts at Brevard Junior College
; Jersey, on September >, 1946 Bible College Lake. I Louii, Missouri then If possible, she
; Upon graduation, Eleanore land, and, in the future, do I, Jeffrey plans are to study b I wants 'to become. an AirlineStewaretesa.
plans to enroll at loan College Missionary work, after grad Drifting and Designing at
of Orlando, to major in uatlon exercise at THS Brevird Junior College upon While a student of Titui
I Builnesi Administration Stella was President of hit graduation from lltuivlllc yule High School( Linda was I
member of the Latin Club, I,
While at THS. Eleanore was High School
Youth For Christ Club 2 and
i a member of the Choru 3, Chorus 3, and Triple Trio 3. Ills hobble are hunting and 3, 4: FHA 4.: Pep Club :3
fishingSponsored !. and 4: !Skit Committee 2; An.
I' nUll Stiff 3; Prom Committee

I i 40 3, and Student Council.

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David Arthur:Dunkelberger r Marlise Claudette Iseman Mary-. Elaine Edwards Charles Tom Ward t

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r., r + daughter of Mr. and Mri W -
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Son of Mr and Mrs A. C. a C. Brown, wai born In Pittsburgh Mri. D, L. Clayton of Mimi,

':, Dunkelbcrger. David Arthur rPv Marline, on December will attend 3, Grace.1946. Mary Elaine Edward. dan was born In Durham, North
"t Dunkelberger. f Titus land College, Lamonl, Iowa' to later and Mr*. T G, Carolina .
..,::: vllle, was born on April 29, Economic r1.rin River City l I f" After graduation from Tltusvllle
v major In Home *, .
1940, at Shamokln, I'cnnsylvanla High !School, Tom
December 3
was on
after THS graduation Then,
r I
plant to work for Hlrihberg,
; she plant to enter the Peace i lIes In Abbyvllle, Alabama :
David will Associate
attend Brevard Mary I I. considering Bu. .\ Thompson and ArchIteiti -
." Junior College and later a xrr Corps Ineis School. and Engineers Ilia fu
?a.. r four.year college after hia While at Tituiville High! : While a student of Tilusvllle ,:.". \ lure plans Include Brevard
i graduation from Tituiville School Marlin was a memo Junior College and University
High School, she wss
bl"of the Anchor Club for
School. of Florda'a School
High of Engineering
President of the Beta Club,
three yean and Secretary her
David played football for .
member of the National Honor
list two year She was also a
three and In addition to his activities
yean was a mt'm'ber
Society, Anchor Club and Future
of the Latin Club 2, 3, and member of F.H.A. 1. Student Secretaries. Association. while a Undent of Tltuivlll
Interact Council: 1, and Terrier' GrowlSponsored High School, Tom hobbles
Staff 4. ,
were Acting Singing and
I a'k' I House Designing HI. favorite
ipnrt were Tennis and Swim

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Jack Orville Thompson Virginia Lee Johns '; : Jeanette Marie Assink Nancy Stuart Shields



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r Daughter of Mr and "Mrs
Daughter of Mr and Mri '+ d br Jeanette Mirie Asslnk. daughter S D. NhicbN, Nancy Stuart
x t'i Frank John, Virginia Lee of Mr. and Mri C, V.Lryanna Shields, was' horn In Akron,
i of Tltusvllle, wee Ohio on March 30, 1946
bon In
Jack Orville Thompson, con Johns was Rockledge,
born in Mutkegon. Michigan, wants to become a
of Orville Thompson wai born September M, 1946 pediatric
on February 23, 1945Upo nurse I She I hnpii to
on May 13, 1M. at New Castle Virginia plan to de secretarial Jeanette Mt'morltIHllipitalin
graduation study at Orange
Penniytvania from TitS. upon graduation plant to devote full time to Orlando, after TITS
Jack after graduation plant
U be Master Mechanic and She was a member of the homemaking a* the enjoy graduation
a ?M Y .
and tewing Her During high school Nancy
to Join the Marine Corp Band for four years, F.H A. I, cooking .
from the Prom Committee
la collecting was on ,
At THS, Jack was Club Free- Prom Committee 3, and FS
Latin Club, Science Club,
(Went of TE.C and t* the A. 4. Swimming Ia I her pre. foreign countries
Teen. Town, Art Club, and a
Football Team bit first year tend 1Ip8f1.Sponsored .
Cindy ttrlper She likes vol.
ley bill, tennis, and swim I

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I I j Thomas Earl Barrowman Linda Gayle Rogers Carolyn Walton Ripple Catherine, Holt Hagler I

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Linda Gayle Roger, daughter Carolyn Walton Ripple, daughter "
.. Son ef Mr. and Mr. W. T. of Joseph B. Rogers of of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Rirrowman of Indian River Titusvllle, was born on Oct Nelson and wife of t ........ ,
\ City, Thomas Earl Barrow. A ober 22, 1948, it Orlando. Perry Ripple, Jr., cam to ? Daughter of Mr. and Mrs,,
man was born In PlkevHIe, Linda will enroll at Brigham Titusville from Griffin, Geo Emory M Hagler, CatherineHolt
Kentucky, on September 25, Young University, at Provo, rgia. I4t": .aa. Magic was born on
1948. Utah, upon graduation from After Carolyn October T, 1946 In Jackson
Thomas will\ attend Brevard THS. b plans to fda housewife and 41P vllle.
Junior College for one year During: school, Linda was a to have a business career '. Drawing, the Anchor Club
and continue Mi education at Cheerleader 1. 2. and, 4: i Her Interesta during high .1j' and Student Council were"Cathy's"
.. Florida State University, with member of the Anchor Club 2, school were boating I f; school activities
: a major in Education, after 3, and 4; Letterm..'. Club 4; and reading.mc'Carolyn: was : Upon graduation from TIIS,
a graduation from THS. Pep Club 3 and 4; Annual a member of F.H.A. 1 and 3; P "htK "Cathy" will study Art at
During high: school his activities Malt 2. 3, and 4.; and Student F.B.L.A. 4; Science Club 2, \ Jacksonville University.
Include Letterman'a Council I j 1 and 2. Perfect Attendance 3; and
Club, future Teachers of pep Club 3.
America, Basketball and Base %
I ball. 114' y'r

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I Space Real Estate Inc. Rogers Outboard Sales & Service Dri Gas Corporation Moving Storing Packing Fur Storage
Glen Schlueter
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I j Joyce Ann Queen Nancy Ellen Russell. l Sherrie Lee Rennie [, Gene Albert Sturchio, III

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1 Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. r I- tusvillo, Sherrle Lee Rennie, ?
E. L. Queen of Titusville, Nancy Ellen Russel was was born on October 9, }948, I Wf& Sun of Mr. and Mrs Gene
Joyce Ann Queen, was born In born In Martlnsburg, West Virginia in Buffalo, New York. ." a r I Sturchlo, Gene Albert SturchioJII -
I Lincoln Illinois on December IS, 1946. Sherrie will work at Croft- : ; '- was born in Algoma,
I Jolce will\\ soon be an Elementary Her parents are Mr. and Mrs on, Brewer and Holland as a : : Wivonsin./ on January 6, 1948.
Walter T. Russell of Titus. legal secretary and attend After Gene graduates from
Education Major at 1r
Brevard Junior College vllle. Brevard Junior College afterTHS ::. ::7.. }'. \ Titusville High Schol, he win
J Joyce was a band member Nancy plans to work and to ev ..ePY uiiniol: the future enroll at Valdosta State or
for four years at Titusville be married on August 2, 1964 she would I take a legalcourse Brevard Junior College
High School' ; she aim received While Nancy was a student at Jane Taylor In Mi } Gene's activities at TIIS
I'i 4 1 a band letter for lour years of Titusville High School, she ami.Besides :e were Band, Key Club, Prom
iI tralght. Other activities was a member of the Latin working after schoolat Committee Tennis, Track,
I 4.j, were: G.A.A. 2 and 1, F.lI.A. Club. Future Homemakers of tbe legal firm she was also and Baseball.
iI 1; ; ; America a Riverview Cadet, a member of the Anchor Club,
j1 I coming Skit Ii;hBand3Skit 4 and on the Prom Committee Future Secretaries Association
t ; and a past member of
I the Spanish Club, Future Business rw
I Leaders of America, and

I I 1 I Ice Future Homemakers of Amer.

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!i Beauty ) Shop : Ideal Exterminating Co., Inc, ., ,
Bertha Meyers State Farm Insurance
333 Washington&: Ave. Tltusvl1le 267-4535
: ; 2Dl8 S. Hopklnl TltulVll, 287.7845 291d Hopkins, Avenue Titusville 287.2680 !14 South. Palm Titusville 267-4:144: I

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John Guy.pritchard David Edmund Mark;.Jr; James Edward Poole Linda Fay Sechrest


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James Edward Poole, son Linda Fay Sechrert, daughter
of Mr, and Mrs. James S. of Mr and Mrs. James W
Poole, of Indian River City, Scchrest of Indian River City,
David Edmund Mark, Jr., was born In Orlando, on Aug! wan born on May 1, 1948, in
Son of Mr. and 1 Mrs A. F:. son of Mr. and Mrs. David E. ust IS, 1948. Mt. Airy, North Carolina
Prichard of Tltusville, John :@ Mark Sr, was born in Jacksonville At the University of Florida, Linda plans to be marriedon
Guy Pritchard, was born on r on October 18, 1946. James will be In the School of July 18, 1984. She will workat
I David will major in mathematics Mississippi State Universityas
July 29, 1945, at Fairmont, Medicine.
West Virginia : '. at Brevard Junior College While a student at THS, ( a secretary) where her
I John Is undecided about his f : upon graduation from James was a member of the fiance is attending college.1
future plans after graduatingfrom TIIS. National Honor Society, Beta While a student at Titus-
Titusville High School. At TIIS, David war active in Club, Brain Team Chess villa High School Linda was
i While at HIS John was a the Science Club, Future Club Student Council 1 Vice.President I In the Chorus her first two
member or the Chess Club Teachers of America Swimming Science Club, Florida years and in the Future Secre
Team, and Sailing." Boy's State National Science tarter Association during her
s Foundation Research last year Her hobbies are
Grant .Brevard Science Seminars singing and reading.

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Jas. Pritchard & Son 'Charlotte Ann Stone Robert Lorin Parker Sno White Koin Laundry

Frank P. Schuster, Owner
Hwy 1 North
327 Washington Ave. Titusville 267-1221 Mim, Florida


t J. Presenting Charlotte Ann Stone daughter j b Presenting .

.1 I i of Mr. and Mrs Louis E. I d,. wI Robert term Parker, son of
Jacqueline Sullivan Robinson Stone of Bellwood, was born t B. F Parker of Indian River Patricia Ann Shaw
: on December 22, 1946, in or. 4 City, was born In Jasper,
lando. Georgia, on September 11,
t After Charlotte graduates 1946.
.. from THS, she will be Art
: "' '- an Robert will attend Brevard
or Math student at the Uni Junior College and' a tour
P "I versity of South Florida from: 'rea
-. .' school upon graduation
: : Charlotte President
was Vice Titusville High School. q4. .
: "\. Jacqueline Sullivan Robin- of the National Honor Robert received a Science
n : sun. was born in Waukegan, Society Treasurer of the Award while student of Titusville
t > \ Illinois, on September' 26.1946. Science Club Secretary of the High School. He was a Daughter of Mr. and. Mrs
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Her parents are. Mr. and Mrs: Latin Club and a member of member of the Letterman's Z. P. Shaw, Patricia Ann
H ; Joseph T, Sullivan of Indian the Beta Club and G. A. A. Club, Science Club, and on Shaw'waa born on November
River City.Jacqueline. the Swimming Team during 20 1946 at Rockledge.
t Si plans to take a I his Junior and Senior years Upon graduation her future
Job after graduation and later I plans are not definite. Pat
attend college (Brevard Junior ricia may go to work or attenda
\ I College) for courses In beautician school.
;' IBM d. Patricia's activities during
r Jacqueline was a member THS. Include Sewing Cooking
I of F.H,A. 1; Latin Club 2 and Soccer Softball Volleyball
i 4; Anchor Club 3 and 4 and sad Swimming
Historian of the Anchor Club
her Senior year at Titusville CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATESOur
High School.
H't' sincerest congratulations to you, the graduates of 1964 Your abilities and ombitions will\ mold, stimulateand

be rewarded by Florida's growth! ', .;:;' .' i

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ffnduil Section THusvllU, HerWa, Ctar-Aitvecate. Wtdnexlar, June J, 1N4 P a.. 1.

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I Linda Carole Warren Nina Jean Knight Linda Smith Haynes Richard Alan MoonLinda I

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t' 1 : Smith Havnes, daughter (
of Mr and Mrs. R. C Alan Moon. .end
Daughter of Mr. and Mn I" Eldrldge, was born on Juno J. D. Hartiog,
Edward W Debnar, Linda t f" :: 22. 1946, in Mineral Well, In Malad City, Idaho
Carole Warren, wan born In fA'J Texas the summer, Rlctt- I
Steubenville Ohio, on November i Nina Jean Knight daughte4 Linda and her husband will at the Cape In/ t
I, 1946 : ; of Mra B. C. Drake, was born, be stationed In Norfolk. Virginia he will be studying :'
Linda received three awards on March 11, 1946, at San following graduation : Junior College I to ''
v' while a student of Titusville \ Diego, California from TIIS. She also plans Id : Engineering I Degree f
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...: ... .. J High School: Math Award 1. Upon graduation Nina take I l business course and 1 and 2, Letter-
Nursing Award 2, and Typing attend St. Vincents HopMtalj!: continue to work. irHRichard. 4, Student Council i'I
Award 3. School of Nursing In Jackson .
i.I i.I i. Linda enjoys cooking, sewing 1, Swimming
Linda wan also a Member of vide I hat, swimming and skatlnn and 4, and Terh
the Beta Club 3 and 4. F.S.A. Nina I joa: Candy Strlpcri, During high school, she was his activities at Tl-.
4; FHA 1 and 2.; F.B.LA. and *he swimming and a member of the Beta Club, School
3; and Student Council Rep 2. bowling. r Anchor Hub and F.II.A.

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Factory Paint Outlet, Inc. Taylor's Auto Upholstery Belton Pontiac Oldsmobile, Inc. Arco Dodge, Inc.

Baldwin Shopping Center Titusville 267.32S3 1027 Hopkins Avenue 267117911 1316 S. Hopkins 2073211 Hopkins Avenue Titusville

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Richard Edward Lewis Doris Jean SnowdenI Patricia Gail Thompson Penny Lu Coonrod :


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son of Howard A. Lewis of Daughter of Mr anti Mrs
I Indian River City, was bornon ; } William If. Thompson 1'at. Penny Lu Coonrod:, daughter
August 1946, In Granite Dorla Jean bnowdcn daughter rlcla Gall Thompson, waa born I of Mrs Helen 1 Coonrod: el Indian >
City Illinois of Mr and Mri Pete In Knoxvlllc Tennessee, River City, was born is
I "Rick" plans to go Into Snowden, was born In Or. Gail plans marriage and i 'W'I Independence, Iowa, on Jan
I I.B.M. and the Business field lando, on November 4, 1946. caret after graduation uary 24, 1946 :
at Jones Business College After Doris graduate from, At TttuHVllle High School Penny plans after grad.
upon graduation He will .f THS, she will work it the telephone she was. a member of the following ii a I Inn from Tltimvllle High
specialize: in Business Mach office : FHA I, S, 4; Pep| School are not definite/ as yet,
Inca and psychology.Rick Her school activities Include Club 3 and 4, Prom Committee Art work occupied Penny
I was a member of the Swimming Band, Pep Club time while she student
j t ti 3.; Skit 2; 1). b: Club 4; was a
? D. E. Club at TIIS. Other act and Basketball ,', Chorus 3. '" at TIIS,
Ivitirs include track swimming
football bowling horseback .
riding and water skiing


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1538 N. Washington Ave. Titusville 267.6467 : U. S. Hwy 1 Mimi 267.M13 1224 N U. S. 1 Tltusvlllo 207.:30HI 110 So Washington Titusville 207 7324*

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James Ralph Matrazzo Sidney Monroe: Tweady, II David Wayne Houchins Joyce Marie Skinner ,

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',6James Ralph Matrazzo of Mr and Mrs S M. Tweady i I Daughter of Mr and Mrs
t rame from Saratoga Springs. of Indian River City, was J. II Skinner, Joyce MuleSkinner
New York where he was bornon born on September ; September 13, 1946. JIll at Plant City nf E, U' trlli hley, was bornon County, Tennessee, on December
t parents are Mr and Mrs. John Plana for Sidney after graduation I : ..... May 11, 1V40, In, llopewcll, S, 1941
1' Matrazzo of Indian River from Titusville High Virginia Joyce will attend Orange;
\ City, School are four years of college Upon leaving Tltusvlllo High Memorial School of Nursing\
: James plans to work here In : and then the Air Force School. David will go Into the after leaving Titusville High
"1" the Titusville area or else go His first two years will be at Air Force, School
., to Brevard Junior College, Brevard Junior College and David Is a motocycle en Joyce participated, In the
I upon his graduation from TI. then two years at Florida, to thuslast following at 'I lilt: Teen Town,:
tusville High School. 4 major in Math with I minor In \ Sewing, Swimming, Pep Club,
James likes all sports, especially History. I Science Club, Future Nurses,
baseball and basketball Sidney's activities while In and Vlre.President of the,
Anything to do with high school Includes readmit/ Candy Stripers,
autos Is his avocation bowling swimming, football
and track irs 'i..t I


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803 N. Magnolia Indian River City 267.3329 Sen Ing All Brevard County 267.SS30 29 Palm 207-2421 & 2C7-1133 2 Ml. West of U. S. 1 on Garden St. Tltuivllle

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Judith Mae Manning Charles Aubrey Hodge Sally Broderick Sylvia Louise Lambert



Sally Brmlerlck. daughter v .
i of Mra Elizabeth Broderlik,
was born in Greenwich, Conectlcut '
Daughter of Mr and Mrs .
William S. Manning Judith
Mae Manning was born on Charles Aubrey 11.,<1 III!-. son plans Upon to attend graduation, Enrulia Sally Equestra : Daughter of Mr. and Lwilwt MI'
January 14, 1948, In Detroit of Mr. and Mrs AI B Cory, In Mexico this summer M M. Lambert Sylvia un Jan'
Michigan was born on October 10, 1945, and to enter the Unlvers lambert was .
I Her plans. after graduation, It Conroe, Texas ily of Boston this fall to major wary 28, t!*. at grau.
I are to attend Bethany Nai- Charles plans to work it the In Physical Education Ww. Illllh
arene College, Bethany, Oklahoma nation (nnn
M 1 Cape as I photographer for Sally was page editor for
I bin father after graduation the school endsports School to ld Jlmwrtfnllegeurx
At Titusville High School, lie enjoys track and workIng editor for the uhaolmagazine at Brev arhvllle5
Judith was a member of the u aar on cars.Sponsored also a lifeguard at softball, .kaUni,
National Honor Beta
I Club, Terrier's: : Grow r' Staff, a' THS and dancing.
r .. Hiding swimming basket.ball :
and r.B.L.A. tw', ,r b1 tennis, volleyball and j
softball were her extra.cur.
L/l ocular activities. j
Li..r f ..aaI I

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Nevins Fruit Co., Inc. Atlantic Plumbing Co.: '.*&4 .. J. W and Lucy GailbreatbN _. John "Corky" flak' .

Titusville 267-1131 32> St. John TltusvlIU 267-4173 /of. Over al' U. S No 1 Titusville 267-4135 lIma 267-4661

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Dennis Michael Morris Alien Gawain Killip Katherine Humphreys... Helena Mae Warren

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Son of Mr and Mm EmerMB : "" P
Morris, Deimta Michael \ Allen Cawaln. Kiflip, tan of Helena Mae Warren daughter :
tot k, r Morris, wn born ia Detroit, ... .,' Mr. and Mn John G. Killip, Katherlae 1Iu_ hreJ., 4au- of William Wallace Combs
Michigan, on June 11, U46 A F ) wai born In Altendale, Miltonri. tht.er.f Mr. and Mr*. John E.Ramineki of Indian River City, was Hornon
.7t "s After receiving nil diploma cm July 22, 1945 of Indian River August 5, 1948, at St Louis,
A from Tltusvllle High School A Allen will enroll for two City, was bon on February Mimwuri
t Dennis will enroll *t Brevird years at Brevard Junior Col. Z4, U48. is Ridley Park, Helena plans, after graduation .
Junior College hit lint two loge, after which, he would Pennsylvania. from Titusville High::
J years to major in History and like to go to Stetson for hn Upon graduation, Kathy will School to work at the Bell
tc r Psychology Law Degree, upon graduations attend ........ college!, but Telephone Company
Dennis belonged to the Nit i Tltusville High School she 1* not Mire which one. While a student of Tltusvillo
!rv rvJn "tonal Honor Society, Latin TITS activities/ for Allen Sbe colored inarching>> In High School Helena was a
v'1 d dub, Variety Club. and he ..' were swimming, dancing! football the Drum sad Bugle Corn, member of the Girls Athletic
I was in active participant of track, naskrtball. I).K. while a atwtent.I Asociatmn She like all
THS Baseball!, BiRketbill and Clubman and Senior Skit sports, especially Track and
Track # Cammitteeman, Volleyball.

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N. U, S. Hwy 1 Mini 267-4827 )
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Jerry Daniel Elrod Linda Diane Bartlett Rosalind Easter Darlene Sue Street

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Daughter of Mr. and ),fra. Darlene Sue Street wee bornIn i
14 ,a st Jerry Daniel Rind aon of Ire Linda Diane Bartlett daughter E L. Enter of Indian River tr,}.. Lebanon, Oregon Her par '
Mrs Geneva Elrod, .... bornon I of Mr, and Mr*. ArthurS. City, Rosalind Easter was ent, Mr and Mrs Dallas
October 11, 1946, at Bartlett of Indian v River born in Memphis, Tennessee, Street, live at Indian River
Thomaiton, Georgia. City, wa born on October 21, ra May 27, 194S City
After school' Jerry wants to r 1946, at Grosse Polnte. Michigan 1 u Upon graduation: from THS, Darlene has several alternatives
do construction work (build. r+AI"1e' Rosalind will attend Beauty in mind after high
tat houiei). I Upon graduation from Till, College at Orlando Vocational school graduation She miy attend .
While student of THS Linda plan to become anur. r School. I." a Beautician School and,
a ,
Jerry wit member of the ... Linda li I member of I, ,.j While at Tltuaville High eventually consider marriage
t Tech Club and Swimming the Future Homemakers of < School ahe was a member of Her Titusville High School
Team 4. Hunting and swim. i America (F.H.A.), and her the Pep Club t and Choru 3, activities$ are: F. H A. 1 and
ming is hii recreation interests include sewing, 4. Rosalind hobbies are r.ni 2; Chorus 3, Prom Commit.
swimming and skiing swimming, drawing and atyl tee 3: Skit 2, D. E Club 4;
1 Ing hair Vice President of D.E. ClubSponsored .

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Residential Commercial .. I
701 Magnolia Ave, Indian River City 267.4173 226 State Road 50 Indian River City 267.6050 Norwood Ave. Tltusvllle 267.2828 115 Washington Ave Titusville 267.3056
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__ Doctor Carl Revels Henry Mantz, Jr -. James Edward Conrad, Jr June Carolyn Skroback

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I It t a I I ;.1 ,.<.'J. r June Carolyn Skroback was
Doctor. Carl Bevels. ion of I' Edward Conrad Jr. born in
". and:: Emporia, Virginia, on
Mr and Mrs 1. B Revels, < ..,. "' "' eon and Mra. EdwaniConrad October B. 1944. June par.
was born on March 18, 19t5, In ,' .. I of Indian River City, end are Mr and Mr. W. J.
Tltusvllle I Henry Mantz, Jr., inn of was born In Randllestown, Skroback of Indian River
After graduation from Titus. 1 Mr, and Mr. Henry Manlz, Maryland on October 8. 1945. City
I vllle 'J Sr. woe born in Barberton, Upon graduation from Ti-
High School, he plans to Her
plans arc to to col.
Ohio, on September 21. 1949 nryd tuiville School, James go
enroll ai a business itudent at :I 7 High .tI lege (possibly Junior College)
Henry has a job at the Cape
Brevard Junior anticipates radio communications
College before : to become social
a nurse or
\ entering the Air Force after graduation from THS and repair in theN worker,
i He enjoyed music, reading, i He I.I undecided about attend. .R.0.T.C. Program While a student June was a
} swimming, tennis, and basket. Ing Brevard Junior College. Besides his active participation
member of
1 the Glee Club 1,
i At Titusville High School, in baseball track, and
ball while at Titusville
High TrIHIY ;
I Ii 3, Green and Gold
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I School a member of football, James enjoys bowling I
1.3w \ Staff 3, Latin Club 1, and on
and 4 President of AY
: building model planet, y
the Basketball .
DCT. 4 and the Football Team 3
on swimming, horseback riding i
1 team 1 and I. and playing Softball on the
Church League.

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The Best for the Class of 14/
2123 Garden St Tltusvllle 2671955 108 Fisher Avenue Titusville 267.5344

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Linda Marie Futch Imelda Clair Brown

Lyndell) Merl! Huber William Russell Davis

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i Linda Marie Futch, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs Thomaa
Son of Mr. and Mr*. Merl H s sCo R. Futch of Indian River City, Imelda Clair Brown, daugher .
liner, Lyndell Merl Huber.wa William Russell Davis,
was born on September 24, lion
t: of Mr and Mn. Arthur R.
born on April 11, 1944 1946, In the Panama Canal tI of Mr. and Mrs Glenn L.
and came from Highland, 111Inol Zone, Panama. I Brown of Indian River City, Layne of Titusville, was bornon
*. Linda plans after gradu- ,was born In Oak Ridge. Tennessee April 21, 1946 in Rotkledge&: .
Lyndell) wan a member of 1w I I alien from THS to I on August 24 194. y .w ww William plan. to be working
the DCT. Club while a student yard Junior College to major' II After graduating from Tltuavill until he enters the U S. Navy
at THS. He Intend. to in Busines Administration I i rvr'oe II I: High School I Imelda in January, 1965 upon graduation -
i ,.. work for a while before join. Swimming cooking and I plane to work and later get from Titusville High.
log the Navy to take his r At his leisure
j col. k William
\ I horseback riding are her hob- married repairs
: IsAE .
; ] leg course. In the service qNf bicycles, listens
1, biei During school, ihe was ; Imelda's bobble and sports to hi.
'1 Beside the sports offered in Chorus, t'.S.A., G.A..'., and I ire varied fi records. and take part In
( at Titusville High School, he Newspaper Work 2 and 3. the Tech Club.
3! liken swimming, hunting and r' "
fishing f

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brevard bank ,
national I
: South Waahlngton Tituivllle 267.9938 1404 S. Hopkins Ave TituniHe 2CTS502

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I Shirley Ann Swails Louis Laflin Norcross : William Thomas Ouellette Phyllis Louise MartinI I

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of Mr. and yin Bernard '
I N. Martin, was born In Dau-
Ion. West Virginia on December
1, IW
Daughter of Mr. and Upon graduation, PhyRIa, will
Mrs. IIhe Son of Mr. and Mm. Donald
Louts laflin Norrrow \
Albert Swells A attend Brevard Junior. College
Shirley Ann .
Ouellette., Indian River City
of Mr. P.
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awaits, was born In Tifton, Ga., i 1m'nJleE. i William Thomas Ouellette was for two tri-mestert and FinnMa .
I on July 11, 1JI41. .,.... ., born Momtma at Lake of Zurich, DUnnls horn .In Mlneola, Long Inland\ State University the. fol-
three '
E Shirley will enroll at Abra -- New York, on May 14, 1M8. lowing 8. become I
ham Home Economics Tcncber.
Balwhi Agriculture MCome .
Louis wilt William plan to get a Bachelor
to : September Phyllis President ef Future .
leg study was
History and
I oology after high school com Pay. Vk I be majoring .In Math at Wof- of. Science Degree! fromcollege. '! tlomematora of America,
inmrcni nt. ford College while'! a senior at THS and. a
In addition to bring Football
At TiUnvflte IliRh School,
I ,tlI Shirley was a member of member for four yearn Other
Manager at TIN, be
I Louis I was Captain of the' Band enjoy
the Beta activities BeU dub *
Club at THS and : are: *
I NationalHonor 1 reading' howling and swim-
and a member of the <<
enjoyi horseback riding, skatIng ming. 4; Latin Club 1, 1, 4; Pr mCommittee
I' and swimming. Society. 1; Student CouncilI
h 1I ; Future Teachers of Amerllea .
4; Pep"" Club S ft /.
I Tennis, Boating, Bowling
Sewing and Collecting Salt andPrimer
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Big Apple I Plaza Indian River City Carl Schmidt Rambler, Inc Correct Craft Marina, Inc, Coca-Cola Bottling Co,

2670494 261-4353 1351l1opkinr Avenue 267-1348 V, S. Huy I and Yacht Basin TltuiWllle 2111.1241 Congntulutione: Class ot 19114

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Kenneth Chester Thomas James Ronald Williams Dianne Lenore Strum Martha Gayle Smith

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Son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dianne Lenor Strum daughter Ray A. Smith, Gayle Martha
I Thomas, Kenneth Chatter Thomas I Son of Mr and Mrs. J. R.: of Mr. and Mrs. I,. W. Smth, waa born on June 19,
was born In Gainesville, Williams, James Ronald Williams Strum, Jr., was born In N.A 3.Lakehurst 1D4A, at Jacknon, Miss
p Florida, on October I, 1945. I was born In Jacksonville New Jersey, on No. Gayle will enroll aa a Psychology
Kenneth will go into the Florida, on November November 27, 1948. I Major at David Lips-
Armed Services after gradu 12, 191. After graduation, Dianne comb College' In Tennessee,
ation.In James will enter the Armed I plans one year of business edu r ww soon after graduating from
addition to his TICS activities I I Services after his graduationfrom cation. Later, aha Intends to THS.
r he likes racing and hunt. Titusville High! School. study Art and Drama at Ring- Gayle wan a member of
log BrevaK Junior College may ling School of Art. the TITS Band for three years
be an alternative.White Dianne likes Oil Painting, and TItS Chorus her last" year
at TitS, James was a Etching, Acting and Swim. Besides being awarded Junior
member of the Key Club' and mini.I Achievement she enjoys music
Interested:: In Football, Baseball t and psychology

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j : Mary Spangler Babcock Tim Adrian Rowell .: Patricia Lynn Rucker Judith Ann Schnell

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y'f t Tim Adrian Rowell wn bora ; July 1. 1946. She is the diugh-
", In Fort Banning, Georgia, onJune Daughter of Mr and Mrs 1 ter of Mr. and Mrs E. A. Me-
Wer :angler! Babcock., 11, IMS Hit parent ire D B. Rucker, Patricia Lynn Elravy of TltusvlUe
da lpanlllt'f. Mr and Mri J Mr, and Mrs Adrian Rowellof Rucker was born on February I I This summer, Judith plans to
; } D. wi born In Or. y Indian River City. 24, 1941, at Charleston, West 1 be an assistant bookkeeper and
Undo on January 10, 1945 attend Massoy's College
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r Miry war a member; of the toT work at the Hartvell Propeller Pane: after graduating for j In Georgia, to take a course
Honor Society, Spanish Club Patricia may' Include college in Advanced Accounting
Flint in Plqua, Ohio
and Anchor Club, while attendIng
In addition to nil activities Patricia Is considering Bre- As a student of TltusvllleIIlRh
1 Titusville Kigli School. while a student at TttuivtUe rrli'ii vard Junior College or Bethany School Judith wee activein
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College the Girls Athletic Assoclation "
'\ High School I, Tlm'i bobbin in
music swimming, bowling I and rebuilding d y, 4 Future Homemakers of
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F.rahk Stephen Petranek < :: WiI.1i4mHoward England '. Sharon Kay Roberts ... Nancie Lou Barton


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England William Howard Sharon Kay Robert is the ;' Daughter of Mr and Mrs.
England, was born In Login, + daughter of Mr and Mrs Darroll Barton of Tltuiville,
rr + Went Virginia Clarence Roberta She was 6 Nancie Lou Barton, was bornIn
Frank Stephen :::rot"N'P': l William plans after gradu: born In Plkevllle, Kentucky, e Gassaway, West Virginia,
of Mr, and Mrs alien to attend Brevird Jim on June 12 1946 on November 23, 1946.
ranch of Titusville, was bornon lor College for two yeiri and After graduation, Sharon will Nancie has no definite plans
) May $1. 104, at Westfield then go to r.S.U. for an Engl l. go to college. ,<''''''' >It', as yet after graduating from

*R'1t Y Massachusetts! veering Degree. fharon likes water skiing '..... '" THS She is considering an
After TITS graduation Frank William was on the track ,
and horseback riding!! She Art School or the Daytona
will study Electronics at Bre- team for four years at Titus M was on the Annual Stiff in Beautician School Nancle's
vard Junior College, vllle Hljli:: School and on thefootball Chorus. (i A A. and the Pep Interests Include Drag Racing
teem for two years Club at THS. !:,, and Stock Car Racing
t He la i member of the T,E.C: # h <
y'a Club and favors Geology ai i f, ':
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+ son of James I E Collins
ci cii 4 !, Rebecca Lea Chewning, daughter a e I E Indian River City was born in of Mr and Mrs. Victor
a of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I Lawrence Massachusetts on Leslie of Indian River City,
} Chewning of Tltusvllle, was Raymond October 27. 1944. wan born on June 7, 1946, at
I born In Madison, West Vlrgl James at present. I 1M undecided Pikeville Kentucky
nil. on November 11, 1946 mond Kllgnllen, was born on about what he will do upon After graduation, Debris
$ Becky would like to enroll at August 3, 11146. at Battle Creek, graduation, but thinks he may plans to work for a year In
% ,' Brevard Junior College for a r Michigan t tk go to Junior College, then to the secretarial field, and then
r year and then transfer to FS WI + Kim Will attend Brevard 4 the University or into Service further her education at Miami
\ U, to study business' Junior College upon gradual lie Is Interested In Architecture Business College
1 I Interests I ion from Tltuiville A z-j trAX Tltusville
I During I TITS her High and Drifting A Senior Superlative at -
f were: Pep Club 3, 4; Drama.i School ,.. Swimming football, leather High School Debris I
II )i tics 1: Band 1. 2. 3: JournalIsm work and homes occupied / was also a member of F.H,A.
It I Club 4; Prom Committee J a mt'N' time while a itudent Club Future Secretaries Aslociation -
i 3, GAA 2, and Float Committee i at TITS and In the Home.
t 1, 2, 4. coming Court 3 & 4. Tennis
Jf and basketball are her prefer.
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I..1 James Burl Ferguson i ij July, 31, 1946, at St. Augustine wrI 1!

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plane to have a wonderful summer .
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with his friends and to Richard Ernest Archer, son --' .v
attend the University of FlorIda of George L Archer, was bornon \. "
t I In the fall to major In forestry December 24 1945, at F'i-
and Wildlife Minagement Huntsvlllc, Alabama < .
After Rlcnard's graduationfrom : Dorothy Eleanor Morton
While a student at THS. Wll TituSVIlle High: School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morton -
Z Ham achievements werePresident : he will register at Brevard of Indian River City was
Son of Mr and Mri Burl r of the Latin Club S Junior College ai an Electronics born on February S, 1945, at
j G. Ferguson, James Burl Fur. & 4, Member; four years. Preaidcnt I student Grand Rapids, Michigan
was born in ickenoc- of the Science Club 4, Right after graduation from
lady. New York, on October Member three years; Student TitusvUle High: School, Doro
14. 1946 Council four years: 4II Member thy Intends to return to Michigan
James la a talented musician i four years and President to work. Later she will
I and Is to continue his education I ha: & 3. J. V, a billelb Jr. start training for a nursing
it Stetson University, Illsprofeasion t Committee 3, ; career.
i will include Church to howl swim, play Tennis 44i Besides being a member of
y vf Organ Music. and Baseball. the Pep Club Chorus, and
While a itudent of TICS, FIIA Dorothy likes to sew,
Wit Interested In boating cook and swimi .
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