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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: August 21, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TOKYO, (AP) Lt. Everrett Alvarez Jr., the
Partly cloudy with widely scattered U.S. pilot captured August 5 by the Commuit -

showers mainly during the afternoon hours NtarAdvoatc >t North Vietnamese, reportedly has sent a t\'

through Saturday. Low tonight In the 70s. letter saying( he is well treated :

High Saturday 88 to 92 North Vietnam's radio station at Hanoi ,

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents said that the pilot sent the letter to his wife

Tanee in San Jose California.Published 1

84th Year = No.-101' 18 Pages Today Titusville, Florida, Friday:August 21, 1964_ 5c Per Copy_.. !Mondays_ Wednesdays_ and Friday .n.nI

L Seven Killed 10 Injured As \

k : II Truck, Speeding. Train Collide I :

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Another Council Forum MondayIRC Are Three Derailed Cars I

Group heavy gravel truck rammed the
Titusville Second Place fad Ottawa Montreal "Bust

/\4' Sponsor EventThe nemman'i Special" train today,
killlnit seven persona and caua-
-_. -..-$..- .->. 1- Tltuivillo hat taken an i-.tc- Cocoa at $34 million non-exempt valuation, that portion Intf Injuries to fight or 10.
Indian River Clly Civic Mned place on Brevird County )Roy( pointed out, however, which does' not Imvr liome-
CONTEST WINNER Skippy Glass, of driving a car it's plain to( sec, you havea Association will hold a forum The truck plowed into the
Tax Assessor Clark Maxwell'svslualim Hint fituaville placed( fourth in stead or widow'<< exemption
So. Mantor Ave., won the recent safety big responsibility. You have to watch for the candidate for City Council roles, according to fide if a day coach, which: ca-
slogan contest sponsored by the Brevard and forever look for trouble that is
I not of Titusville on Monday Deputy Assessor Maurice Roy, rerncd Into a concrete pump-
County Safety Committee. He was awarded found in a book. Skippy is shown above evening, August 24 and 31, at Alexander Annexation Approved house and ran Into a grove of
today at Ramada Inn in Cocoa Beach with his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. the Civic Center on Magnolia Roy told counly ronimiawners poplar) Two following parlor

Skippy's jingle began like this: "When Chester Glass. S-A Photo. Ave., beginning promptly at Thursday that Eau Gallie Will Four reroning requests, a pint In regard to methods' of giving\ can were derailed' but remained
8pm. first In total real estate valua upilglit. A dining car burst into
Duo to the large number of lien and litusvillu was not far of liullan River Helghti end the public not letof! coning changeiequeety flames' About BO yard of

I Artist' Warning Issued candidates for council scats, it behml, in second place Annexation of two acres of the | no the change commission front!reronrinemli'd the miilnllne track were torn up in

was decided to divide the For Titusvllle'i valuation stands at W C, Alexandir land to the city current method, ot publication this village IT miles eait of Ottawa.

Tho Greater Titusvillo Chamber Manager of the Chamber of Com materialize in the finished! job. um into two sections. $43,170,500 with Eau Caulks limits were leionimemled' to by a vole of 3.1, three member' .
of Commerce yesterday merce laid thousands of home. These guideline are set forth On the first section, Aug. 24, at $50,599,190. Melbourne U City Council at the Wednesday Spanker, Slmmi and VOl'.- "It was Just t terrible just ter :
the candidate for District 3 and (thll'dI jtll $31)) million, followed night meeting of the Planning luk al nrnt.Rezoninn "
warned homo-ownere against owners are victimized each sum for homeowners: being > ribl,, said Rodrigue LaLonde, '
9 will be heard. They are, Bob by Cocoa. Ovadi, $38 million and and Zoning Commission. recommended -
I itinerant house painters who of mer by fly-by-night operators requeiti the station agent at nearby Na-
Talk first with Feeney, Tom Cruunmeycr,
fer to paint homes and barns at whose extravagant promises concerning a reputable for approved Include: van He arrived at the wreck
oaiiit dealer and, tell him Jack Larks and Tom Looks-
yourIII'l' Paul White's to rerone
unrealistically low prices. the quality of their ahoitly after it occurred about
baugh. For District 5 George
lS :
Jack Schweinsberg, Executive paints and workmanship fail to < a .eVl'n"IIC'" tract on the north C::20 a.m. EST.
Barley, J. B. Lrutwyler tide of Gardin St., east of TI-
2. Deal with contractor Hurricane LaLonde the
a laid Canadian
I Mrs. Karanlinos Theofanidis Runs known locally A reputable painter Gerald Bobbins N Mendelsohn, Wendell, Sease Th..o.dore AdvisoryMIAMI tun'lilt) Cemetery, from its pie- ral'ifltrain\! was speeding east-.
will specify' In writing exactly and Robert tent R Ib clusslf lent kin to an ward through Leonard when: the
what he will do and what (AP)-Hurricane warning flag flew over 11.3( and UA. After hearing:' truik, approaching from the
Mrs Daphne Karantmos The- THS.
Tho following Monday, Aug Chddre local I contractor
paint he will Barbados and the Windward Islands Jesa ,
use today aa tropical south, rammed into the coach
ofanidis has for City
qualified Upon graduation from high 31, the seven candidate* for Du- and l contingent purchaser and
storm Cleo's approaching winds wound to 70 mlUa the third car from the end. The
Council, District 1 seat, In the school she entered the family 3. When In doubt about a trio 1 tat( large) seat will be up developer, who! estimated $40-
Sept 8 election. business, managing Mt. Vernon painter ask him for a 30.day heard beginning at 8 p.m. Thmn an hour 000 In fill woik would be required lad two were parlor cart
Mrs. Thcofanidi was born Lodge, In which she hal been credit arrangement, Virtually ate George Arnold, Millard The Weather Bureau* at Sa Juan. Puerto Rico on the tract, the coinmla-
and raised !in Titusville, attended engaged for the lust 10 years, all reliable contractors will Finch, Mrs. Ann Finn, Lewis L. predicted that Cleo would develop Into the year'i first lion l'el'ommPlld.d inning the GOP HeadquartersTo ,
I school( here and graduated along with other family holdIngs. agree to this. Leonard, Dick Spangler, W, O. hurricane tonight, with winds building up to 75 mil. (rut H-3. except the South 200 Open Saturday

Valedictorian of her class atDaphne 4. Be lure to be at home when Young and Daphne Karintinns an hour, feet weal 130 feet of the tame

., .' ... -- Mrs. Theofanidis, attain the painting Is done, and checkto Theufan idle. Winds are expected to reach hurricane force over to be rvconed BA (to allow fill' The Brcrird County Republican I
I ing the age of 21, qualified upon and lee that it conforms with your The schedule for the forum Is the Windward Islands at the eastern .dq. of the Car Ing station) and the 1 balance re- party announce the open. I
ran a* a candidate for city contract. as follows: 10 minute (or less) ibbeart Sea, Saturday morning toned lilt.TlluevWsGee. Ing ol the North Brevard Republican 1

1 council, lost and ran again and 5. Remember that )yOu; get only speech by each candidate( ,. followed The term, dlacovtred Thursday by Nary recon Company's request heidtiuarter* at 10 am .A '
lost. Later slio was elected to what youpayTor."Chc'dp' or by '. lwo-niinir. rebuttal natsaanc alrcrafir bloMOmed quickly from a tropical for rezoning of property Saturday, Aug, 22nd, on V S. I
fill a one'year unexpired termat an Inferior job will cost you to answer opponents charge, depression Into a tropical storm aa It built energy from from its pieient R'lt> claialfl- North near the corner of Main, 1
end of which she war electedto more In the long run. and approximately 30 minute warm tropical waters ration to s BW to allow an additional St. I
a two year term, cut short for question from the floor, An advisory at 11 .m., EST plac.d the storm c.nl.r L. P. Gas Storage Tank The office will remain open I
..p yh. by con olidation. I'lun are to close the forum near latitude 12.9 north, longitude 52.4 weat. or about on their property! on U. 8. 1 throughout the campaign from
JustBlowing It Out" promptly at 10 p m. 460 mile east of Barbados Just beyond Ihe Windward north, 10 a in. to 1 p,m., Monday
With respect to her announcement The nois and steam -
coming through Saturday, announced
This Is 970 miles southeast of San Juan and 2,000 miles
Mrs. Thcofjnidis told the from pips at Orlando Utilities Add To BudgetA John Derezney's request for Charley Brit of the Brevard
.ast-eouth..at of Miami.
Star-Advocate "I had plannedto Commission': Indian supplemental budget for the retiming of appioxlinately 30 County Young Republican,
retire from city politics, but River Plant at Bollwood me fine Highest wind whipped around a small area near acres lying west of Carpenter Office managrra will be Mrs
and forfeiture fund was approved the Gale force winds lashed 110 miles In
of ha.n'tlMen center. out Rna l and east of South Lake William Burr Mra. Charles O.
this town U my hometown and i Is past couple nights by commission to ,
county the north.rn semicircle and 45 miles In the southern arc from It la clualficution to an
Barnett Mr.
very close to my heart, I low anything lorloui the tune of $113,733.Sheriff Melvin Fetnrr and
Its people, respect their Judg- they're Just "blowing' out tholrpipti" Leigh Wilson gets 111,- Picking up forward speed during the night, the !It t Ib, Lukevlew Park Subdivision. Mn. Charles L. Beit.

h., [ ment, realize and understand Ted Pope, plant 032 of this amount; $4,000 goes storm was moving on a westward course at about 24 There have been many volunteer -
their problems, and have re- manager, said the pipes need for additional funds needed for mlU an hour Juik Cox' request for certain to staff the office and
received a valuable educationin to be blown out before connection witnesses and Jury fees $23,000 It we..xp.ct.d to continue In Ihe same, dlr.cUolloR"ld.n. running within the Royal Oak many more are anticipated. Anyperson
public service. I sincerely to the now generating for additional court tout; and .. of the affected lalanda were warned to begin Subdivision to II Ib to comply Interested In working for
unit. with new city inning regular the GOP may come into the of-
believe experience i is the best the balance goes to the contingency lmm.dlat..af.ty precautions
II Karantinoa Thoofanidi teacher" fund. fee ALIXANDIR Pat I Ike and ilgnup' Belt atate.

II Council 1 Candidates Express Views During JC Public Forum Icause I


I r.fleen; city council candidates little and big and, watched it way superintendent could be he believes there are "cer. was a common goal. "I 1 urge time would want to come back Young.,: Indicated no Individualcan before, any actual building U
filled, the tiyview Elementary: grow beneficial to as to where' and begun.
city lain Items" that must be accomplished every candidate. to seek unity", and day give answer
aui'itorium stage to capacity Daphne Karantinoa, district 5, Tom Gru candidate for district to make "Tilu \lIIe a he stated Ho stressed that jovjernment Lewis L. Leonard, district 1, when a civic center' can be built. Mendelsohn: Said he had been
Wednesday night In a well.conducted laid she was born and raised 1, said his expedience ai a better place to live He laid, hi. at all levels belong lethe told spectator the city needed Many thing inqst\ he considered trying since 1941 to get a civic
and well attended public here this was her home and a land surveyor has familiarized participation In the civic life of )people, mil promised to concert men capable of organization'and..- a* to cost, purpose' he laid Aid center' but his attempt had at-
I forum, real part of her and "close to my him with many of city'* problem Tltusville/ has given him a real his efforts to the lies! In- planning and pointed out Ilia efforts Indicated there would lit many, way failed He Indicated a need
All candidates( wire present heart". Said she had working *. "My program la progressbut Insight into the needs within the tenets In behalf of the people, In organIzIng Spaceonlx, many long night of planning. for the center.
with the exception of J. D Luetwylcr / knowledge of business to qualify at the same time hold the city administration structure. Tom Lookabaugh, district 3, an Industry here' of which he It bpangler: Said first thing to dole Robbins: Thinks a civic cent-
candidate for district S, her for council, phi the fact tax line." He said also his pro- He further stated he felt certain said Initially city needs would president and general minagrr' I to find ilte and explore avennue rr can lie a reality without beinga
represented by his wife, and, W ihe spent three year on council gram is to encourage business change In administration policies have to be analyzed and then qualified him at one capable. nf of revenue burden to the people lie said
Hubert Young, also a district 5 previously. development, commercial and were necessary to promote these need would have to hn this organization lilt Interest t In Barley: Said he understood' a civic center' mud first be builtIn
candidate, who was unable to attend Theodore Robbing. district S, industrial, but "let them carry growth. justified. Too often he raid, ell- Industry has made him aware !Pride had, just appeared before the heart of the people and
laid he had participated in business the tax load let'a reduce the Dick Spanglcr, district 1, told 17.I'nl want something, for nothing of a need for diversified Industry city council to explore method" then It will become a reality
Unlike similar public forums life of Titusville for burden of the home financing. lie Indicated Pride' tlirnugh a sincere desire for it.
many owner. the crowd he recognized the: Incompetence butIe stressed citl/eni he said, and ho laid he Is of
within the past year, the Jaycee year and was editor of a Jack Larks, district 3. said, and fallacies of city must pay for city conveniences all for an all out effort for Industry had found that HUM (financing Finch.: Stated the city should
conducted and sponsored political "newspaper". He said Titusville "A unified, strong Titusville I I. hall and stated, If elected, he He Indicated his platform wouldbe could be obtained for planningon have a civic center, however
public meeting war without has "much talk" of progress but what we desperately need" He would "call for termination of' to "embark on a new reilin Bob reeney, district 3, gave a an 18 month basis He also felt no one can answer how and
the usual floor questions except he has seen very little of what laid he I I. vitally Interested in certain people within city hall." of reality" but laid he would biographic l sketch of his life; aid !Pride had found that the when it can be constructed rlghf
(hone written and collected byJacees can be done. He said progress what will help Titusville progress Mr*. J, B. Luetwyler, speak need help of every citizen his education and experienceand ) civic center could be financedfor now He said It would have to
which went through a can be for this city .and and believes about 50 cents pl'rIIulith be explored and channeled
a unified city Ing for her husband said )fro not Indian River City or Whispering laid he believed' his background
screening process eliminating I'm all for it" He indicated that will augment the growth. He Luetwyler' wanted to help builda Hill but citizen of of education, coupled per household and laid h* felt Larks: Said he was chairmanof
personal questions and those not progress baa come to the very asked audience if they wanted to better city for "our children", Tltuivill must reassemble' Into with hi* business experience the civic center' would lit In well elsIe center' building commit
"bearing directly on issue few see people with "apeclal interest She laid he want to promote Issue one unified city for better gov qualifies him for city council with the growth tee and I'riile was In planning
Each candidate was given a Wendell Sease, district 5 candidate *" and propccti on the council wanted' by the people and ernment. He asked the clti/ens He said he had been In chargeof Gru': lie said the ground' or stages with the center and )III
two minute period to Introduce said this city has the indicating this wai a moral not those issue that are "pol to look, for sincere, honest, alert purchasing millions of dollars "ipide" work hid been done position to get an architect. He'
I himself, give a very brief biography greatest potential in the nation.He conflict of Interests. itically expedient". She laid he candidates and to look toward worth of equipment and material by Pride and felt assistance iild the civic center was not a-
of himself and to outline has offered himself, he said, George Barley, candidate. district would always be available. to dis- the future a* a purchasing agent for a must be given Pride and other dream "but a reality HeIndlctaed
as much as possible his platform because he feels he 1 I. qualified 1 1II 5, voiced his reason for cuss request and feel out the Mrs. Ann Finn, district 1, laid contractor at the cape and was organization Involved. so that that a feaiible'plan ol.
.The moderator, Sam Bcd a busmessmtn. "I operate a running for council seat a* wantIng determination of the )people for she hail, been a housewife for aware of value received fur dollar a plan can be submitted to the financing had been presented fjo.Prlil .
dingf fleld, kept each candidate business In downtown Titus "to make this a better placein the operation) of city government 24'" year. and had lived 'herewith spent. city council. He felt the benefit *. hid
he beefs'Involved
well within his reasonable time villa," he laid and further indicated which, to live." He said I he He believes, the told! the her husband since the early The Jiycee had compiled! derived from s center could "be Arnold: Al'O laid of civic'

limit thereby cutting to a min :! his faith by expanding his was obligated to absorb blame audience, in civic pride creating days of rocket firing at the Cape three major question. to be answered very Important to business, In Pride planning member, Ifl
imum the overall time of the busmen recently, Sease stated! for the past action of the council a city of which citizen can "be and has seen the growth She by the candidates. Them young people and will Improve center at a ,
forum. he "stands loud and clear for himself because ", I was proud.Dr. aid she wai already proud of were: "Are you In favor of a cultural climate of community. said he wholeheartedly!Idea supported
civic center ,
Joe Mendelsohn, candidate for solid economic growth" and to content to let someone else do W, C. Young, district 1, none of the progress/ but. indicated civic center .and how do But fell cost, location, source of that.lt
district S, led the list of candidates work for all citizens without personal the job" He charged that In the slated that his concern for Die more could be done to 'UeIlitate you propose it be financed", financing, etc must be known. could be of tremendous and, like value Lack t->
speaking, order of appear Ilin.Millard past he had lCen, In the city present and for the future of Ti and expedite) growth She "Are you In favor of redistrictIng Sease: Realize. the need and the community,
ance chosen by drawing lot*. Finch, district 1, voiced government, Indication of "dis tusville was the motivating force nut she was aware of the Importance the city?", and "What do would support such a civic renter said M was. snore of a reality tnat.
Mendelsohn said he had been a hii opinion that City of Titus hOGesl,". H. pointed to Royal in his bid for council. He said of the city' proximity you think U Tllusville'i most ai it I II beneficial Slid city must a dream.Mri. Finn Said she was not
Titusville resident for 20 ,earl ville now needs some change Oak, which, he accused, engagedthe the city was' experiencing unparallel to the cape and how Important pressing material need! ?" continue to support and proceed Informed: to
and felt council needed someone "One thing we do need la economical city attorney a* Its attorney, growth and he Intendedto this was to the future. To augment Lnokabaugh/: Said civic center with plana laid out by Pride, bed Diffidently the tlvic a
who had been a resident city government". He the city consulting engineer as strive to make thin good, Ihe future growth, she outlined had been bounced around fur felt this should< that period of time. He slid he aid by that he didn't mean dollar its engineer and the city fiscal I sound growth. II* pointed out a program of Industrial two year with no solution. Said burden on the community and
had no special interests, was a value for dollar spent but Indicated agent a* its fiscal agent. He fur that the City of Tttuivlll wu growth was needed' for sound It had been an objective of !Pride ways and means of financing
house painter and owned no "big unnecessary expense ther charged that "Mr. Sean I. nut city hall, but In fact the growth. She said a city without but 14 yet unresolved. Believe It other than taxes should be found. Leonard: Said It was an obff-
real I estate" to conflict with could be economized. He aid financed and endorsed by those people who live In the town vision would be a city without should be put to referendum' due KarantliKM: Said she ia for it gallon that the people have, ..
best interest of city. Told audience department' with an over supply special interest' group" make up the city, He indicateda growth She wanted growth to to complexity/ Has no Immed' sal feels the' city desperately' civic center, and would lend l lilt'
all he wanted was a "fair for help costs money He said. George Arnold, district 1, aid unity of thru people wa* an be In such a manner that pea late' solution to financing but neeuj' such a renter' But would support.
shake." He bad seen the town hi* former experience aa high- he u running for the seat be- important factor and harmony pin corning hen fur Uw first feel! civic center needed. like to look Into it i M further See JAYCIIS Page I 3

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Papa 2 Tltusvlfo (Florida) St., Advscate Friday, August 21, 1'64I Jeanne Hendrix, Diana Walker Courtney Porter, Mrs. Leonard S-A Classified Ad

and Kalliy Everett; Ladies 1 I Gaetano and Mrs Julian KalsBirthday Gts Quick Results \

Mlim Area Happenings Waiting are Karen Crouse and] er

Beth Robert; Princess is Con-j Jt didn't take long for Mrs.fl .

I ale Laihley; The Sword Bearers, ok-0ut P. Wager to rent a couple of

Scouts Get Awards AI Court Of Honor R. Swords Aboyi through who form which an arch theQueens 1 1of Linda a Myers welner and roast 10 guests on her enjoyed South spare St.rpomi She placed.in l hr> a home"for rent"at 8

pass are Billy Allcgo,
.... birthday, Wednesday at her ad In the Star-Advocate one day
(By Mrs. Gladys McLondon)) I IAMM24I : .; *" 1Jf ..... Mike Tucker, Dennis Sharpe, home. Linda received many nice That did it. One Insertion! was
r-\\ Kenneth' .. Poole, Wayne Rucker, from family and friends.
!' .., / gifts sufficient \yhatevcr ynq have to
r 1 Ito John Coburn, Ronald Walker, The children played several sell, rent or exchange, phone
Scout -Troop No. SOO of the tY : and Joe Boatwright Jr.; Queen games with Enid Wright andLynn your ad to the stsr-Adywute\

Central Fla. Council and spon [. ...' : } \ ';'f..j are kfaren( Sharpe and her! lttendaqts Hunt winning prizes. Tbnsa 267113$'.
''t y Bobbj) Bajlington and Connie Roof .Lynn
cored by hc Mimi Methodist : present! !! were ?
Chujnh, 'hcW a "Court of lion 4 \ /I i ,!:!t .'.. payid. Sharp; Connie Cantrell! Hunt, )Enid: Wright, Janc| MeLendon -
or" In !the Educational bulging i ti.J"i, !" t' f.::.: .. : and her attendant" Lynn Kennedy Tom Marshall, (Gary) have | time for Voola'd' and
of the Mimi Methodist'Church ), \ Ii,.. I \ ) .... R and Pantry Burke; C1 Walker, Johnny Sherill, Carolyn CIJO: III. There lea registration
Tuesday evening I J Sharp end |her) attendants ph"rene Bevllle, Linda Seville, and i Lin of M and a charge of W.M per
; | Roof' and pddju Jantlspn; das' Sandy.To clasi hour will
Assembly call was 1 by;> Wayne J : sister ,month; the run
Mcnd'Call' ) ) t.q prder was by | It \ 1 Barbara CII add, and her attendants / from 8-12 noon each day. If you

A. J. test*. The group $< /o4 aiid Price and her attendants
gave tt t pU4f pf A egeopce. ( ; Registrations for 'the "Merry please contact me at 'my home
1 1 Cindy and Crln rca! -
then sang "My Country TIs ot1'hee" Mldgeti'! Kindergarten of the on Grand Avenue or else registeryour
fl' gan; Qlprla Hlggfnbqthtin; ,and, child on the Registration
and "America The Beaullful" | Minis Methodist! \ Church are now
led by Charles Smith' end her attendant, Carol and JerrY being accepted. Toe Kindergarten !! morning of August 31st.
Foley| Sherry! Mills and her attendants -
accompanied( by Miss Frances Buena Peacock and will Include ages four and Teacher will be Mrs pavdRicller. |
\ five, and will from Sept. 9th .
Gaetano on the piano. run !
; Mark Taylor Queen with
; a
Bernard Roberts the devotional } el through the last week In May ----- -
Scepter Pam Sharpe and her at
It will have the same vacation } '.
using the 5th chap ,.
tendant Wendy
Wells and CoenGilmpr
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ter of Matthew, the 16th verse, Sherry Mills / days off ai the public .chpolsIt / | BAND AND
and IwIttendanti
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will each, the children their!
as the basis for hit) talk. Elating; 4 ; Queen Regent Sutann | l STRINQmSTPUMENTS
(that (the Boy SawUnov founded Mills and her attendants plane numbers and bow to use them 0
in "dot to dot" pictures. By the
Christian and '
on principle Gilmore and Allan Taylor Pam,
'r' ; end pf the year, they will learn Sold: By
that the boys Jvuld let {their
; Sharps! and her ffWdants( / ;
lights of kindnecs, thriAiness, .(, what' their/ ABC'i look like and I
Queen! regent!! In,'scryjci: S 'ann VOSS
honesty, bravery, obedience, 'of'I' Mills and her attendants; Assistants each: child get 'M.,
Weekly Reader" each, week.
cleanliness and reverence so are R. A. Boys, Charles
StoreNEW i iy
shine ; Tucker and/ Parrell Thompson "Dirk and Jane" New\ Basic: Music

A. L .Leslie) welcomed the parents I.f't. The theme of the Cornation is Readers in work book form will| DEPARTMENT )Ir '
and friends. EdwardPat "Lead op ph King pternal"! nar- be used and the group will "go op R OPENING. MONDAY
( ) O'Neal, who Is the Institutional -: .....". ., .. M N Ma. ...,. .,.,.. aM I ...... riled byfri.. Riy Caldwell. nine different field trips duringthe at !d
Each: child will learnto & '
Representative cave a report RECEIVES AWARDS Mims Scouts who received Thomas Narrow year. STEREO ;
Boy Charles Frye, Charlie Hollmann and Organist will be Mre. Wm. Man. write his own name. Pirtle Pint
on the happenings' at Camp higher ranks or merit badges in a recent court of honorare Martin O'Neal; (second row) Donald Bortz, Ted Leslie fling and pianist Miss Lana Hut- (
l.a'No'Chee End how well the left to right (front row) Danny Taylor, Gary Leslie Larry Srjook, Allen Clark and Wayne Mendel. cheson.. Counselors are Mrs Jim and There! will! each be day a Bible as'well story as \sflI"
boys did on earning their badges. Dowdy, Mrs. Curt Peacock Mrs prayer!

Committee Chairman W. S. Cape Kennedy today! barge for Swimming Mrs Webb and son, who will not be available for students Inside Sterling Mills, Mrs. Tommy I" '\

of Austin spbke on the: Importance terry Snook, (4( ))2 red Wayne Mendel merit badgefor spend the weekend with Ber- 'the two mile' line at the beginning Tucker, Mrs. Jim Shirley, Mrs. 6 Authentic

Scouting. candles, each candle: represent motorboutlng, first aid, nice and her parents, Mr. and of school, but every effort Howard. Rucker, Mrs Gene Gilmore F R E E Old Auto Design
Charles. Roberts gave a very ing a Scout Law, which was swimming, canoeing and sea Mrs. Ray Maudlin. will be made to make it Ushers are Donna Pen- 16-Oz. Glasses!
Interesting talk about the beginning read by Ted Lpslle, then 3 blue manship. available as soon as possible. nington, Sherry Rathburn Cathy

of the boy Scouts, and candles: ) for the three points of Donald Bortz 1st Class and Mr. and Mrs Roy Runlonj Bus tickets will remain the same cohurn, Kerry and Kathy Kelly
then gave some of the history the Scout Oath 1. Duty to God and daughters, Beth and Mayme Tomberlin.
; merit budges in first old, seamanship and Mary as last year, $4.SO per student or 7.l"
or the Area which is now part and CuuntrY, 2. TO help other motoi boating. Lee, are in Pcarjsburg, Va., $7.S9 for two or more students In Circle tQU61' Gg 't' 0C d trtt 'KY Jbz

of Cape Kennedy. Recalling people at all times/ ; ;3. Keepphysically Larry Snook 1st Class and Viii/ill"( / with Roy'i parents. same family, each six weeks. Mooting
back to 1937 and '38, when he The Lillian R. Britton Circle
and morallystraight.
utrong merit badges in first aid, pea -r"ft'W"f Parents will be notified'w en
taught school at Canaveral in a Little Miss met In the home of Mrs. Roscoe
,/ Kerry Mack
manslilp, and motoruoating, nature also when tickets are to go PI! sale
2-room school. house and had a Awards of second dais rank forestry, and soil and yapolloned/ I last week, with her at the school office. Shealy Wednesday afternopn.
total of Devotions were given by Mrs. II.
14 pupils.There'
and writ badges presented by water conservation.Danny / ffmfy- !I'm lorry her name wasorpilted Until further notice Minis
E. Atkinson .who'also led Inprl'lr.
waa also an art build- / the ,
Pat O'Neal. Awards of merit in vacation ,trip. School
will at 9 and be
!1st Classand open a'"I.
Ing, and a one room post Office Taylor ) The hostess! Mr,. Shealy

and general atore. Mr Roberta presented badges; and by first W S.clasa(Pappy rank) merit badges In home repairs Mr, and Mrs. C, R. Coleman dismissed All 1st year at students 8$0: p.will m. attendon dally. scryed pineapple cake, punch, FREE WITH EACH LUBE JOB AND OIL CHANGE
gardening, automotive
certainly had no Idea then that Austin Awards of star rank and( proudly announces the birth! / pr double sessions, morning session !puts snd mints to her guests SATURDAY, AUGUST 22 THRU AUG. 31 I
and aulllmo illn,
the area would be -the famous merit badges presented by gaiety Pawl pav!, (let Clasp and their named third Valeria child Tulla' ,a" daughter 6 will be from 8:00: a.m. to They after were the : meeting Mrs. John adjourned.Taylor, J JONES ATLANTIC SERVICEOrlando E
Charles Roberta Thoae receiving weighing 12-00: Noon. Afternoon session
merit badges In first aid and Ibs. Mrs. Earl Duff Mrs. H. E. At-
'awards were as follows: Mwl/pl1\jn. and 11 01. She arrived qn/ will be from 12:10: p.m. to 4:10: W. B. Road Highway 50 Across from 7-11 Market I
/ kinson, Mrs. Jones
Odell Klscr 2nd Class Leslie 'lit Tuesday August 18th at Jess. Par- p.m. Since thee will be no bus ..--
TWIN TOWERS Gary m- (Cass| rlsh Memorial .
I Danny Klmble 2nd Class. and merit badges In first aid, Hospital service available for students In-
RENtAL $ .Ide the two mile line, these
APARTMENt Frye 2nd Class .
iylnvpjng/ njotwrboa! )g., l .a"1J1'J1B1jp ',""s.lr. Class Matins
will attend the
Thomas Narrow ; Class., morning session
1(' '4 'IJACIt i / and caijoelnft
Leonard Gaetano All students the two
Charles Hollmann 'merit SUr/jind/ was beyond mile
j Allen Carlf4) : merit|
1 hostess
-- Tuesday evening to the, line will be In the afternoon
badges In archery, llfcsovlng,
Prggraisive clasi: of the Met-))- session and will have bus serv
mooi'boating and first' aid.
odist cbur lJ. Mrs. J. W. Erwjn ice.
MONEY Martin O'Neal, Star and /had the devotions and prayer

merit bpdjpj in/ seamapship., They /mad. Alone| for (he dinner C.A. Holds Coronation Service r

For Extra FastSERVICE. BORROW PAYMENT nature, rnptorboating, swimming that' \fll| be seryed oq Mopda/ ; The Qirls .Auxiliary of the
:aoo.oo:: :: pioneering night to tilt Mep Club and (their| First Baptist Church of Mims
: : study. guests Frances Qaetano showo l
mt are planning their annual "Cor-
Phone 267-4331 $4p;; +,. Ted Leslie Star and merit films she had taken while at the'" nation Service," which will take
badges In automotive ,
!' Loins Up T. $600. safety Wood's/ Fair. Pie and tolled\ place August 26th at 7:30: 'p.m.
PAY BILLS. TAXES REPAIRS, ETC; seamanship, aulomobiling and were seryed to {the following at the Church.
motoiboulmg.Ecncdiition.. Mrs J. W. Erwin Mrs
Southern Loan Company was given by A. Taylor, Mrs. Courtney Porter John, Those participating In' the pro
gram are as follows: Melanie
L. Leslie. Refreshments of
Mrs. Julian Kaiser' .
344 S. WASHINGTON AVI. tlTUSV'lLLIINSURANCE. cakes and lemonade was servedto Wright, Mrs. James Mrs GroverC. Rutker and Donna Eire will light
the candles used in the ceremony
tliu grouj/ by the scouts' and her .guest end Mrs Charles
The Maidens are Emily
mothers. Smith. eSpecial
Peacock, Marsha Cantrell. Bon.

nle Raulcrson, Debbie Cazadd,
Mims Methodist Mcns Club Meeting
? Marty Sweet, Sheila Thompson,
Will members the
entertain of
r" There will be a special call Linda Smith, Wanda Smith,
"Little League"\ and thejr man for ti
pieotmg | Minis, I :
GOT TOO MUCH? agvn. pt a dinner H.nday/ evening Ladles! Thursday 6p embor pr'Y.'I:3fdj g

/, at 7 p.m. In the Educational at 9 a m. at the School I rTTP
GOT TOO LITTLE? budding of the Church. ; ,

NEED ADVICE? Portontli School News I 0'' / a J e e J

Registration for all students t'
Mrs. Betty Bradley and Mrs.
entering Mims School for the
Doris Boynton and sons, Rhody 1st time will he held on August 4l Pieces *
w + aM v SEE US NOW and Bill, visited the World's
Fair while on vacation. Also 26th 27th returning and 2Rth.to Mims Those School students and it costs only $7595

took in the many places of interest will
register August 31st. Bus
in and around Philadelphia service wilt be available for all fully equipped and delivered

ED: KITTLES Mrs. lloynton and sons wenton students living beyond .the two '''BtaU.taxei and tramportatlo
to visit her sister Mrs. Bradley mile line.Parents. charges additional
visited relatives in fhiludel- r ,,
of 1st year students I '
Agency phla: and New Jersey before she !
should bring birth certificate and
returned to her home in Scotts-
a completed medical examination .8
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE moor form. Student entering

Mims school, 'from outside of
611 50. WASHINGTON Mini Bernice Maudlin of Opa- Drevard County, for 'the 1st time

TITUSVILLE AM 7-0831 Locks has been visiting with should bring evidence of med,
Mr. and Mrs. Roland' Webb since ical examination and last year 10 PIECE SOFA BED
I July 7th. She will return home| report cards. I Group Value-4189.93

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Aiwit 21, 1944 TllutvUU (Pl.rlda) StU-AdVOCIft pale 3 Pink Lady Schedule !
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Jess The Parrish Pink Lady Memorial Schedule Hospital for, mDI 1I 4'a,( t.Shp'lfM EWi41 9-StM f ,ali :

F. Reek of Aug. 23'29, Is is follows: I
Sunday. Aug. 23 Morning: KING SIZE
I4'tA( NeSre ANd Notes M Suitorl; attt'rnllOnd.: S A

eNe5'fA Eyeoard Cason. B. Hinds; evening: IL I
Conner /
fT GGl/
V Monday Aug. 24 Morning: 1 I .
/ Jrt. Ramsey, M. E. Busby; after. : _..
: d on; M Long, G. Sellers; vw M91elNsaml..d:
fciRM: Willis J. Wilson.
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- --- -- 'Tut' day. Aug. 25 Morning: SALE PRICES GOOD 5e.l

Lockheed Wives Hold Club LuncheonThe I IRC Little League F: Young L. Pettlt. F. Tuten; ....,.....hIt.LI.w..IItt..
Newcomers Iffcrnoon
: Kraut F. Thompson
Monthly LuncheonThe Auxiliary C Thompson; evening: P. a a 1 y MI/i.$.
Florida Greeters New ter Martha Crooks, Julia Ann Filer. B.
of Mathison J. Hosklns. ...
Lockheed Wives Club The Ladles Auxiliary p.hh.e sipped laps sod IIem"
held their monthly luncheon comers Club will hold Its August Brooks Helen Henry, Joyce God. the Indian River City Little League Wednesday Aug 28 MornIng SHOWER CAP w5.M trey.
luncheon at Whispering Hills M E. ,
: Busby M. Willis T.
last week at the Officer Clubat frey, Roe Decker Earlenc will hold Ita regular' monthly
Patrick. Country Club Wednesday- August Doose, Pat Reehlin and Mrs. I meeting Monday evening Howard; afternoon: K. Goethe lonffant slat, ofl shower c Cmp.r4at .
26 at 11:30 a m Cards will in the K Glerum; evening: S. Roller, plqttte 7S 79
August 24th : p.m. $1.496PACK
Hostesses for the event and wereOlets Sally preceed the luncheon at 9:50: Wm. H Carter.Members Community Room of the River T. Kennedy cap*-Compart at Ifc lochthan
Underwood I
a.m. are now signing up Lanes Bowling Alley In Indian t Thursday, Aug. 27 Mornhf .....
Harman. Clever door prizes Program chairman Mrs Charles wit MUM thru uses
in for the bowling league and those River Plaza. : L Walding B. Jones N.hlelI" .
awarded that were 1
announced Miss
were Kestler Joy
barb' Interested should contact Claud This Is an important meetingas ; afternoon: W. Whalen, QUHU8! Itf
keeping with the special Satcher and Mrs. Ginny Gormana ,
la Zanetta, 267.4045.Church Officers for the coming year ] Singleton; evening: S. Batone -
que dish. beauty counselor of Merritt will be elected at this meeting. M,, Spears, T. Howard _COUIJO _
A new slate of officers was Island will be our guest. Miss i Friday Aug 28 Morning: .,
elected who will take over their Satcher has just returned from Of GodThe ENTERTAIN VISITORS I. Roller; afternoon: R. King- PALMOLIVE SOAPRegular
duties In Sept, as follows: President Paris and will speak on "The public Is invited to attend Mr. and Mrs. John If. Gendall han. A. Jackson B. Wright;
Gayle McMillan; Vice Latest Fads and Fashions In tvening' : B Bell M Monhollon.
of 20 S. Williams Ave.
president, Marie Roberts; Recording .lake.Up". Sunday School at the Churchof been entertaining Mrs. Glen. Saturday, Aug. 29 Morning: alg( package I j.
located : Ave 2 3c
God. on Hopkins
Ruth Smith .
Secretary Secretary Celia; Newcomers and guests are Invited at 10 o'clock and worship at 11. dnll's mother, Mn. Agnes Stew p. J Snowden. C. Oliver J. of 4 Usually 31c k:
Corresponding Treasurer, Eleanor to the luncheon. For reservations Evangelistic service Is set for 7 1 art of Fanwood NJ. and Mr. .
Casavant at the luncheon and for and Mrs. Arthur Meyer and fam limit' I wild MUMH Dim "ai. a/") .
Gee; Hospitality, Louise Hurd; cards, call Ann Steele 267.784B. pm. ily of Scotch Plains N.M. Mrs l'h Vacation To End
Program, Joyce Berger Sun- Youth training' Is Tuesday Mejeis Is Mrs. Gendall's sister ( ]
Ehifie, Ruth Ashton and Publicity An informal coffee was heldat .
and and
night: prayer' meeting They have enjoyed the and Mrs. Alphon Threl COUI'O SVh 6 CHEST
Betty Smith Nominating Louise (Mrs. C. L.) Klcinsch- Bible study Is Thursday night.In nice beaches and sight'seeing are expected back late next Y ,
chairman for next year is Jerri mldt's home, Thursday August trips while here and the tour of I
Wilson. the Sunday morning service week from a three wl't'kl'l8l'a. ; DUCO CEMENT mew PtlwM" said push
20. Guests and members attend Cape Kennedy. ...
at Wavnesvllle, N. C. lit slate kMt t 11
The out-going officers will pre ing were: Bernice Carmickeal the Pastor will tell about A friend of Mrs. Stewart's,, -lion----- 39c Popular '."IM w iMM plus !III -I Ittirtfy
side as hostesses at the next Ann Steele Claudia Zanctta his recent trip to the Church of Mrs. M. Koch and family of and Mrs. A. Leary and son of Rtg. C __l rW srryla9haidl. '
luncheon which will be announced Eileen Cihak, Vivian McPhillips, God General Assembly in Dallas Jacksonville stopped by for a H.igerslown:! Maryland stoppedby ( I Household 1 1limit 19 ..
at a later date. Gayle Sheldon Hyacenth Car Texas. visit. Also on the weekend Mr. to dee the Gendalls. Cement
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4 Tltulvlll. (Florid.) 51.,. Advocate Friday; Auvat'21, 1H4i -


I II WiA News And Notee ,

0/ North Brevard

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i Miss Nancy Russell Weds f I -

John William GillinghamMiss Y

Nancy! Ellen Russell, dress with beige accessoriesand ftj

daughter of Mr. and Mr. Walter a white orchid corsage.

T Russell, 224 Beverly SI, Ti- They will be ut home in Orlando ha s

tusvllle, became the bride of lifer August 30lh.
John William Gillingham of The bride, a native of Cumbciland -
Chuluota In a 2 p.m. ceremony Maryland, was gradual Dolores Snyder, assistant librarian at Titusville Public

August 19, 1984, at St Teresa's cd from Titiisvilla High Schoolin Library, awarded outstanding achievement certificates to

Catholic Church with Rev. JohnB. the class of I 1964 The bride' the four winners in the annual summer reading program

O'Hartf officiating groom, a native of New Castle which lasted from June 15 through August 15. From

The bridegroom is the son of Pa,. wan graduated from T1IS left are Diane Kitchen, Susan Gamble, both second place I Id1

\1 George W Gillingham of Chu In the class: of I 1902. lie is an winners in two divisions; Susan Schneider and Tommy
luota and Mri. Evelyn Fischer of employee of the Orlando Utilities I
Del Priore, first place winners in two divisions. The four
West Palm Beach Com miss'on.'
\ youngsters read a total of 268 books.-(Carlston Photo).
The bride, given in marriageby Out-of town guests'! Included: : r.

her father, chose I candle- Mrs. A. O. ,Ruygor and three \r ,, us )"
I 1"I.t l tmbosced peau Ic soie full daughters of Cumberland Md. I'M' I
,I ,
length gown, with a modified Mr and Mrs Frank Kruise and .h'." I Young Reading EnthusiastsGet

empire waistline, chapel train, Mr and Mis Harold Chamberlain .
round neckline and long sleeves. of West Palm Beach '" ..\ ),: \
Her fingertip veil of leaf petals : d" 'J.' t CertificatesBy
of white net had flowerlike
GOP Women .' (
peaiU! setting off each leaf. She To Map t '
t' Barbara Carlson Diane, daughter of Mr and
carried a white orchid on a Fund Raising EventsThe fr j 'W' ,)
Mrs. Marshall Kitchen, loves to
prayer book. A small cascadeof ,, P' ... Four young' reading enthusiasts
swim and plans to be a "Mom ,
North :
white mums was placed at Brevard Women's) 'I' were awarded outstanding
'lo- mie"
one day
the Virgin Mary' feel Republican Club will meet Wednesday ( achievement certificates Tues i A e _s ..
11. < Susan Schneider is old handat
August 2(1( al the home .' .<- "" \ '*' lI day for being top readers In the an
Mrs. John LaRoche of Lake I" f'
." winning reading awards. She
of Mrs. William M. '
Burr, 48 ,
Park, sister of the bridegroom, iii', ri r IlA Tltusvillc Public Library's annual won second place last year and
Falrglcn Drive, Titusville, to
served as matron of honor, She :t':' al5w' summer'reading program. read 83 books to win first placein
formulate plans for a card party 1 First prize winner In the
Apricot street! length J' .
wore an ; her division this year Susan
dress of smooth peau de sole, September and other fundraising ? ) :'1S'J third-fourth grade group was selected a book about horses as
events prior to the election ... \ ) Tommy Del Priore Second
Apricot hat, and two.tiered ;'i1.f''f' her "Rain Cloud
crown In November i'J ::1. "i, place was awarded to Diane Kitchen prize, The WildMustang"
caged veil. She carried .:. which fits in with one
) ,'I' 1ft"It.-:: In the fifth-sixth grade div
Nile green mums with ,a lighted Tho club has suppoilcd all 'I : ', of her favorite' hobbies, horse.

cathedral candelabra In the center Republican candidates in the ''i..Jl. J. ''.& ,..''t".J :,.,.t ._'.""":' iJ.\.;. Susan Islcn, first Schneider place was with won second by back riding Susan, 12, la the 16,500 BTU
of the cascade. county since It was organized In daughter of Mr and Mrs. John
i Mrs John William Cilllngham awarded
place to Susan
Bridesmaids were Mrs. A. OKaygor 1953. and will do so this year. being Schneider of Mims and will be
Cumberland, Maryland, Members will also work at the Gamble As their prize, the In the seventh grade at Parkway

Mrs R. E. Cuthbcrtson, Titus' headquarters In Titusville. Hawaiian Birthday Supper Held TuesdayTerry youngsters new library had a books.choice of several Jr. High School.

ville, sitters of the bride, and Susan Gamble was a new con
All women who Intend to sup Baker,. daughter of Mr. Guests were Julie and Janice More than 100 children participated ONLY
Miss Betsy Grimm of Titusvllle, tender for the reading award
port the Republican candidatesin and Mr.. Chas A. Baker, 290 Greene, Patty and Susie Davis, In' the program and
I They wore identical Nile green the county, state and nation, Becky Steele and Gale Sanborn. this year, having moved here
read total of books
t of de Parker, celebrated her 8th a over 2000
street dresses smooth peau ere Invited to attend the meetingon birthday Tuesday night with a Helping Mrs. Baker with the from June IS to August 15. Total just a few days before the program
sole, Nile green crown hat, one
Wednesday. Hawaiian supper for her littluft arrangements/ was her sister, number of books read by the began from Birmingham,
tier of caged veil and carried Mrs Burr will preside at all lends Judy Moore. four winners was 2bg All the Alabama. Susan, daughter of IIII IIIII IlGI9gl l iildl lliii i iS
Apricot mums with a lighted meetings while Mrs Glen Rich. participants received a unique Mr and !Mrs\ Richard C. Gamble

cathedral candelabra.In the cen mond, club president, Is away As the children arrived the Legion certificate designating their 204 Hilldale Rd., read most.
ter of the cascade. hostess placed a leis around Auxiliary total number of books read. ly mysteries and biographies for

John LaRoche _of Lake Park,_ Cmdr. Babb ArrivesTo their necks and an artificial or- To Meet Monday They were very colorful with her total of 53 books and select.
brother-ln-law of thou brtd chid in their hair ed "Shoes In her
Delicious refreshments multicolored books marching in September" as Ix .,
.groom, was best man Ushers Visit Goethes were served topped Titusville Unit No.1'\ Amer.'I a parade with musical Instruments prize book. Although she will

were Thomas Hogan, Peter olf with cake, decorated will lean Legion Auxiliary, will meet flags, balloons and carry. just be in the sixth grade at
Hlgdon and Peter Dunnoway, Commander R. E. Babb (ret) Monday, Aug. 24 at 8 at the
pineapples and coconuts, and p m ing a big banner proclaiming Whispering Hills School this fall,
For her daughter's wedding, and wife and son, Richard of Legion Club The annual ,
Hawaiian punch. membership "Book Parade"; Perched on top Susan already has plans for being -
Mis. Russell chose blue linen Norfolk, Va. arrived Wednesday drive Is
a now on and women of the banner was a delightful a "foreign exchange student"In
sheath with beige accessories.. for a visit at the home of Games were played and pi'lies eligible to join are Invitedto "book worm". high school. She is quite a

Her corsage was of pink carna Mr. Babb's sister Mrs. Henry won by Putty Davis and Julia the meeting.The little ballet dancer and looks
lion. Mis. Fincher, mother of Goethe 1025 Indian River Ave. Greene! Tommy, 8'/k year old son of forward to becoming a model or 6,500, BTU
unit is taking acM fora Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Del Prioreof
the bridegroom, wore I beige actress in future life.
community calendar for 1965, |nd Kings Ct, read a total of 84
dress with matching accessories also all dates, meetings, birthdays books and selected a biographyon In keeping with the "book par.
Her corsage was of white carnations de" theme, the youngsters ,
anniversaries, or any "Jacqueline Bouvier Ken $19995ITS
other dates wished. The proceeds nedy" as his prize. Tommy sclcttcd reading achievement certificateshad
A i caption was held at the will be used for the unit's this book because he Is a very interesting little ONLY
Titusville Woman' Club Im poem on them which read, "A
community service projects. "very Interested In the late I
mediately following the cere Members and friends are Invited President Kennedy and his fam solitary soldier cannot pass a

mony. Mrs Robert Strom served to send In their dates, and ily", In _addition to reading, brigade, Nor can a single bookIe

the three-tiered traditional twenty-five cents each, to Mrs Tommy loves to swim and hopesone : called the perfect cavalcade,

Catholic wedding cake and Mri. / W. H Barnard, treasurer, or day to become a Doctor. But as we read each book and
Horace Mixsun presided at the bring to meetings through our memories they per.
Nine old Diane Kitchen
punch bowl. The bride' book year vade, They seem to join together -
uF read 88 books, most of them
was kept by Miss Pam Frye. A "white elephant" table was In a colorful parade.
mysteries or fairy tales, but scl
started at the last
Following the reception the meeting with ---
Jq ected her "prize" book along a
left jewelry and, other small items.
young couple for
trip to the Smoky Mountains a wedding of fir Articles not disposed of In this completely different line. She CH* MB E |ISswell1
also chose a biography, "Walter
Tennessee For the way will be kept for s rummage
traveling ) W E itS
bride tale In the Fall Raleigh Man Of Two Worlds"Personals ,
woe a pleated floral '/ ef 1M t feff, kM'.

g Officers and chairman of the riimi ruz

HAPPY unit arc plaiting to attend! the Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Brady re' "then' 2t.7inRUMMAGE Q 4,000 BTU

BIRTHDAYSaturday district school of Instruction August toned last week from a several

,' $ 30 at tho Indian River Amer. weeks' vacation at Waynesvllle, I ---I $ 95
Auuguif 22 ican Legion Hume in Cocoa N. C. SALE I

L. L. Cantrell CHURCH OF GOD

E E. Miller Notice Tri-Sigmas Mr and Mrs. Henry Foul and 12U Norwood Ave, Titusville ONLY

Janie McNeely two daughters left today for a SATURDAY, AUGUST 22
Starts at V 00 A. M. ]
Mrs Kenneth W Godfrey, :
Mrs. Henry A. Wenzel two weeks' vacation with
Leon Russell National Chairman of the Southeast latives at Montgomery, Ala. re'l ALL WELCOME TIME TO BUY cool Summertime

Mrs. Sunday James, August 23 Sigma t Region sorority for would Sigma like Sigma for --- I comfort for your home! Now we can past

Mrs. P. E AndersonMrs Irby all Tri-Sigmas in the' Titusvillearea I on our tremendous bulk buying savings'to
to contact here at 330 Elliot ANNUAL BACK-TO
Bernard Taylor you. Now that HOT WEATHER is'
Ave., South Titusville, phone
Charles Flood 267 8908. here, you get huge bargains in all brand

John. Edward MiDonoughMis L. Martin I"SWEETHEART" I SCHOOL SPECIALS new 1964 GeneraLElectric: air conditioning -

Billy Tumblin I 'HI ,;)Ut, "I f, units. There's a model to suit your

Suella Joseph Conrath McCann Jr. OPENS DANCE Terry II TWIN TOWERS every space requirement. Buy now and

Mis. Emerson Kyzer District DeMolay Sweetheart, opened the recent -I RENTAL APARTMENTS PERMANENT WAVE save!
Raglna Gregory Dance by doing "the bird" with David Swoyer,
Monday, August 24 Jr, Deacon and chairman of the dance.-Carlson ) COCOA IIACH
Mrs. James Johns I -, .1- _- _-_ I Regular 8.50 . . . . 6.50

Charles Mrs. L. L.Warrell Price I Regular 10.00 . . . 8.50 EASY CREDIT TERMS THROUGH

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August 21, 1H4 -: TlfuivllU FUrlda( ) Star.Aiy"I" Pep P Mr. Paeglow baa two growi attending William and Mary College Interested may prone Nan at will portray their characters for Lolane :Raraafe n Madam Del fc. ;/ I

children, Mrs. Agnes Bauer in In Williamsburg, Va. and 267-4502. one performance of the four her, Linda Faragee as'-AmTa
1 Jacksonville and Jack Neely in married Mrs. J
daughter. Cast In the other parts were scheduled next month. They ire Dekker and Cathy Brlmer
DeLand. She will won be work Andrews in Huntington, West as'A,
Keith Smith the Pied ,
as Piper
I 'round ing In the office ol Dr Frank Virginia. Martha ((18)) will be Eddie Armbruster as Jan Dek Kurtis Cowart as Jan Dekker. Tllll. r:
r town Colombo. leaving m September to enter ker, Connie Goldsbury as Madam, ----
I It Eileen (Mr. Richard) Cihakof her freshman year at Kent State Dekker, Susan Gamble as Anna MOTOR LOBBY
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Dekker, Robert Goad as Cornell
f wdl tartara hake moved to our area last
i L Phon.267.3994f, carbon February from San Diego, California Nan (Mrs. Curt) Wilson director Hoist, Peggy Goad as Misstres EVERY CONVENIENCE ,I

with their Childre for the Miniature First Till! and Karl Johnson a* Dirk ,. PHONE 8734821CAFETERIA
f Trips to the World Fai still Saturday and spent three days who moved here with her family Diane ((6)) and David ((2)). Nightrrs next production "The Four understudies were cast and I t,01ff L
seem to be popular with Titus. touring the fair, seeing the Em. in July from Kansas City, Mo. Julia Ann (Mrs. John H] I II
vllle' vacationers this summer pire State building, taking a Pied Piper of Hamlln" Is. still I
The Godfrey's reside at 330 Elliot Brooks and lovely E I
Burt and Ginny Gass returned cruise around Manhattan Island looking for a boy to play one of f "'rIIb"fS/ $! I 110"" t
this week from 18 wonderful and going through the Metropolitan Ave. and have two children, Martha, of 2730 South Circle the leading roles in the play. i iReNTAL. .
days up North which Included Museum of Art before returning Charles (3) and Danny ((5 mons.) Drive, who moved to our area In The part of Hendrik Hoist, son :
four days at the fair. Their three home Tuesday. Mrs. Llewellyn Paeglow of 24 June from Arlington, Virginia of the town councilor calls for a .APARtMENTS MEETING AND DISPLAY ROOMS
children, Terri Robert and West Park Drive who' moved The Brook's have two other children boy about 5' tall who could portray '
Pamela, had two guests along, We can be proud of several here recently from Jacksonville. John ((19) who Is currently a "spoiled brat. Anyone CQ; O 11.AI1. "ONCE OUR GUEST ALWAYS OUR GUEST" ,

Don Cozort and Chris Edwards. young people In our area who -- ) '
Clnny and the children droveup took time out from their play

to Norfolk, Virginia where this week to put on a little showto ._3? ,''''t. .._ .l. __ __ ., .: \t ))1
they met Bert and old friends benefit the John F. Kennedy
from Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Memorial Library Seven year
Sharpd. Bert had Just completedtwo old Joy Lindsey, daughter of
weeks of reserve training.The Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lindsey, 88
group of vacationers traveled Gardenia Circle, and eight year
on up to Washington to see old Michelle Mogilevsky daughter r "We love living in Rocket City"u
the sights including our fatePresident's of Mr.\ and Mrs. Michael
grave and the monuments Mogilevsky, 60 Gardenia Court

' At the. World Fair everyone enjoyed planned Kid of the Scott show Carpenter and enlistedthe 13 to t (. .and you will.too! )

, the many exhibits, espec- print up little posters and pro
, t (lally a quaint Belgian village er' grams.
i ected in exact detail from the Several youngsters took partin and Mrs. Thomas .,
' i cobble stone streets to the de- the program including Bonnie
J llghtful sidewalk cafe's. Belgian Lindsay ((10)), Earl Lindsay Jr. Potter and family shown ,4 V '
i lImen danced in the streets and ((13)), Peggy Stockton ((10)), Anton )
I ," tossed oranges to the pretty ((4)) and Andre ((2)) Mogilcvbky .: here in their beautiful All- :
, .' girls. Ginny said she got a beautiful The children danced, sang end
N i linen table cloth In one of the very young ones did a delightful Electric kitchen featuring Y
. Wthe little shops. Indian type dance around
I ;/ The younger traveler's favorite Joy as she chanted an Indian Hotpoint Appliances."We l "1jItllll
I and beat the drums.A I A.
:| exhibit was Disney's singing song on
I 1 dolls exhibit and Ginny felt the large group of parents end llllllhlllh! +I II ;i
'. y, "most beautiful" one was the children attended the perform. S'
I r" Vatican. Everyone enjoyed rid. ante and the children raised looked everywhere for a new .r ;'
: v' ing the subway to and from the $10.20 from donations and the home, and the minute we saw
I "* fair and the young people round. sale of Kool-Aid. They will for. Rocket City, we knew it was exact'r l ., k i .
; er out their stay in New York ward this to the library fund and, ly right for us. It is the kind of I' \V s .4.
t be seeing a Broadway play, someday, will have their names community we want our children er tr, 1'
I "Mary, Mary". etched among all others donating to grow up in. We're so pleased .P'' I
I One exciting moment for Ginny to this wonderful project. with our home and all its luxury +. I
and the children happened on the features, and our children are
home from the fair Florida Greeters NewcomersClub the ,
way one wonderfully excited about ,y ,
night. They saw a crowd on a held a delightful coffee for beautiful new elementary school doll= k' t
street corner and, naturally, figured members, their guests and siv. that's opening here this fall.
cral newcomers to our area
it was an accident. When yes'
they asked, however, a man said terday In the lovely home of t7b
I Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Louise (Mrs. C L.) Klcinschmidt -I,.. f
Burton would be leaving the of Holly St. Louise served cof The Potter are typical of the
I' theatre soon, and they did. The fee, homemade cookies and coffee many fine young families now P
boys got very close to the cake to the many guests. living in Rocket City I
couple, although there were sev Newcomers attending were: _
I eral policemen on hand, and Vivian (Mrs. Gilford) McPhil-
were thrilled to see them. lips of 1830 So. Smith Drive who Opps, sorry; we almost neglected .A... +
I From New York, Bert and moved here in July from Santa to mention the Potters' ""'M' }6; "
Cinny took the children on a tour Maria California The McPhil- two lovely daughters; Paula, :
I of New England where the boy's lips have four children, Debbie age 7, and Valerie, ago 4. .. ? :
enjoyed water skiing. Not only ((8)), Susan ((7)), Judy ((4) and
I was the water cold, but the weather Windy Jane (2)).
was so cool, Bob donned his Pat (SIrs Norman) Rcchlin of t
I Jacket under a life jacket to 1839: Kings Ct. The Rechlin's %
I keep warm. have one daughter, Kathleen
; On the trip home Ginny found ((5"1)) and moved to this area last ,%3f ccr-afs: -
I there Is some truth about June from Orlando. They) origin ;

"Southern hospitality". Bert ally hail from Buffalo, New .____. ]; .4.- J
drove one car home while Ginny York. 3
1 and the girls drove another. On Gayle (Mrs. Bob) Sheldon of _
the highest part of a new bridge 2900 Juniper 8>:rcet. Gayle, Bob
f. between Maryland and Norfolk, and daughter Cheryl Lynn ((1)) ''
Va., Ginny's car had a flat tire. moved here July 13 from Little & m o p 4 R .i She coasted to a lower part of Rock Ark. q B __ 1 1 I
the bridge before she stopped Joyce (Mrs. Kenneth) Godfrey 1
and was quickly offered assistance .. .,.. THE SATELLITE THE CONSTELLATION THE VENUS
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I by two local couples. One q Z.t. ",/ 2 bedrooms -2 baths 3 bedrooms -2 baths 4 bedrooms -3 baths- Pool
directed traffic while the
: man .
I other changed the tire. Then \r: VOSS ..
they followed her into Norfolk, ;
I helped her buy a tire and cherrily Store

waved our Floridians on OPENING A NEWDEPARTMENT
: their way. IN .,
i .., wur : wr
I The Gass family had a wonderful w tl ,Y.wV n 3't: :3yVYNr
I time and will now be ) I s
t Pirtl. Pl.,iFxturlng '.
spending a great deal of time
yt =
settled in their lovelynew
getting l'
k Full Lin. of ;
home in Fairglvn. Ya' y
; Band And :4 :
Jack and Martha Farabee of J. String nwTOTALHOUSINGAREA)1721Square
Poinsettia Ave. enjoyed a short Insirum.ntsKAYE
"second honeymoon" this weekin 'I." : """ : feet TOTAL HOUSING AREA: 1779 square feet TOTAL HOUSING AREA:3355 square feet
New York. They flew up last > :a *
. -- .--- I '16,100-$1,610 down $88.03 monthly 16,350-11,635 down $89.85 monthly 5-$2,769down $150.S5monthly

-- Prices on all homes include GE central air-conditioning and heating; large garages; screened porches;

ANY an entire kitchen-full of appliances; 80 x 125 ft. homesites. Also Includes all utilities and assessments.

I PAINT COLOR .,aMORE FABULOUS PLUS VALUE: I t lot paint.' 11ulpoint llutpotnt flirt point
An entire kitchen-full of EJ(t 14cu. ft. ftI Double Cycle DeLuxe WALL-OVEN
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IT'S GUARANTEED .\ \ .FCk tOM,tN ;, 11D You'll love the clean, carefree way of life that only a

planned-for-perfection community like Rocket City
y can offer. Designed and built from the drawing board

even fin.ormarkl) Vrrtuevlua up, nothing has been overlooked to make Rocket City

. right marks offl wnSS w. ((1- I' R flC144E1.: r 0 uNso > No, tt ,%% a true garden community. No overhead poles to marI
all tho
new have colon. : its beauty all utilities, Including telephone and

aN Corn.t,.s w,...d IJA'I /1 r, ", scev *ROCKET aces ,', ( electricity, are being Installed underground. Paved

.V V :J 'aS" N CITY streets, curbs and gutters, even the latest type street

WALLPAPER ,9 l 1Y lights have been Installed. There's a central water .

; waaeu.Ni and sewage system, too as weft as underground

: Drive out and see Rocket City today I .

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I Miss Nancy Russell Weds l''

John William GillinghamMiss

Nancy Ellen Russell, dress with beige accessorial

daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter and a white orchid corsage

T Russell, 224 Beverly St, Ti- They will be ut home in Orlando

tusvllle, became the bride of alter August 30lh
John William Gillingham of The bride, a native of Cum tr
Dolores Snyder assistant librarian at Titusville Public
Chuluota in 12 ceremony ,
p m. berland, Maryland, was gradual'
August: 19, 1964 at St. Teresa's fit from TituHVilla High Schoolin r Library, awarded outstanding achievement certificates to

Catholic Church with Rev. JohnB. the class of 1964. The bride the four winners in the annual summer reading program

O'Har officiating groom, a native of New Castle. which lasted from June 15 through August 15. From I

The bridegroom is the son of Pa., wan graduated from THS i left are Diane Kitchen, Susan Gamble, both second place

George W, Gillingham of Chu In the class of 19(12.( lie is an winners in two divisions; Susan Schneider and Tommy

\ luota and Mrs. Evelyn Fincher of employee of the Oilumlo. Utilities lr Del Priore, first place winners in two divisions. The four I

West Palm Beach. Commiss'on.' o youngsters read a total of 268 books.-(Carlston Photo).

The bride, given in marriage Out of town gudls included: r ': :'f ,. '

by her father, chose a candle- Mrs A O. .Iliiygor and three L r 'a Jv I

Lgt.t 1 t t embossed pcau Ic son full daughters: of Cumberland, Md.. EnthusiastsGet
length gown, with a modified Mr and Mrs. Frank Kruise and Young Reading

empire waistline, chapel train, Mi. and Mrs Iljrold Chamber. v II
round neckline and long sleeves. lain of West Palm Bench. j : : Achievement CertificatesBy
Her fingertip veil of leaf petalsof d ;.,

white net had flowerlike ,

pearls setting off each lesf. She GOP Women To Map Barbara Cirlicn Diane, daughter of Mr, and

carried a white orchid on a Fund Raising EventsThe ? Mrs Marshall Kitchen, loves to
book. A small cascade : I' Four young reading enthusiasts
prayer <, swim and plans to be a "Mom-
of white mums was placed at North Brevard Womcn'i] .. .' were awarded outstanding mie" one day.
Republican Club will meet Wed. achievement certificates Tuesday
the Virgin Mary's feeL
v 9 p Susan Schneider is an old handat
neiklay, August 20, at the home a s. i for being top readers In the
Mrs. John LaRoche of Lake winning reading awards. She
of Mrs. William M. Burr, 48 fr t ti Titusville Public Library's an-
Park, sister of the bridegroom, won second place last year and
Falrglrn Drive, Tltuavlllo to nual
She < h' summer reading program. read 63 books to win first
served as matron of honor. i 1 v placein
formulate plans for a card partyin f jf J ""KMIM' First prize winner In the
wore an Apricot street length her division this year. Susan
September and other fundraising third fourth
grade group was
dress of smooth peau de sole, / selected a book about horses asher
events prior to the election I'M'i/ Tommy Dcl Priore. Second
Apricot crown hat, and two.tier prize, "Rain Cloud The WildMustang"
November. place was awarded to Diane Kit
ed caged veil. She carried f which fits in with one
chen. In the fifth-sixth grade div.
Nile green mums with a lighted ,The club has luppoiled all of her favorite' hobbles, horse
cathedral candelabra In the center Republican candidates:! In the ision, first place was won by back riding Susan, 12, Is the 16,500 BTU
-- Susan Schneider with second
since It daughter of Mr. and Mrs John
of the cascade. county was organized In
Mrs. John William Cilllngham
place being to Susan
1953,. and will do so this Schneider of Mims and will be I
Bridesmaids Mrs. A. O. year
were Gamble. As their prize, the
in the seventh grade at Parkway $ 95
Members will also work at the
Raygor, Cumberland, Maryland, youngsters had a choicest sev
Hawaiian Birthday Supper Held Jr. High School
headquarter Titusvlllc. TuesdayTerry
Mrs. R E. Cuthbertson, Titus' eral new library books. 2-------

ville, sitters of the bride, and All women who Intend to sup Baker,..daughter of Mr,. Guests were Julie and Janice More than 100 children participated Susan Gamble was a new con ONLY
Miss Betsy Grimm of Titusvllle. port the Republican candidates Greene and Susie Davis tender for the reading award
and Mrs. Chas. A. Baker, 290 I Patty in the program and
They wore Identical Nile green In the county, state and nation, Parker, celebrated her 8th I Becky Steele and Gale Sanborn. read a total of over 2000 books this year, having moved here ,

street dresses of smooth peau de ore Invited to attend the meeting birthday! Tuesday night with a I Helping Mrs. Baker with the from June 15 to August 15. Total just a few days before the pro \

sole, Nile green crown hat, one on Wednesday for her little arrangements was her sister, number of books read by the gram began from Birmingham,
Hawaiian I
tier of caged veil and carried Mrs. Burr will preside at all\ ft lends. supper Judy Moore. four winners was 268. All the Alabama. Susan, daughter! of jjjllllJiflfllHIIlllllh1llhlllIlllllllhilljllllllhiiE3w[ !
Apricot mums with a lighted meetings while Mrs. Glen Rich participants received a unique Mr. and Mrs Richard C. Gamble '

cathedral candelabra In the center mond, 'club president, It away. As the children arrived the Legion Auxiliary certificate designating their 204 Hilldale Rd., read most.
of the cascade. hostels' placed a lets around: total number of books read. ly mysteries and biographies for

John LaRoche ,of, Lake Park, Cmdr. Babb ArrivesTo their necks and an artificial or To Meet Monday .. They were very colorful with her total of 53 books and select
brother'in'law of the* brido- ed "Shoes In September" her
chid In their hair Delicious refreshments multicolored books marching Ina as
(room, was best man. Ushers Visit Goethes were served topped Titusville Unit No l"; Amer.1' parade with musical Instruments prize book. Although she will

were Thomas Hogan, Peter off with cake, decorated with lean Legion Auxiliary, will meet flags, balloons and carry. just be in the sixth grade at '
Hlgdon and Peter Dunnoway, Commander R. E. Dabb (ret.) pltinipples and coconuts, and Monday, Au;. 24 at 8 p.m. at the ing a big banner proclaiming Whispering Hills School this fall, nlr: !! J

For her daughter's wedding, and wife and son, Richard of Hawaiian punch. Legion Club. The annual membcrsliip "Book Parade"; Perched on top Susan already has plans for being .

Mrs. Russell chose a blue linen Norfolk, Va. arrived Wednesday drive Is now on and women of the banner was a delightful a "foreign exchange student"in

sheath with beige accessories.. for a visit at the home oC Games were played and prix eligible: to join are invited "book worm". high school. She is quite a

Her corsage was of pink carna Mr. Babb's sister, Mrs Henry I'M won by Putty Davis and Julia to the meeting little ballet dancer and looks
tions. Mrs Fincher, mother of Goethe. 1025 Indian; River Ave. Green Tommy, 8'<4 year old son of forward to becoming a model or 6,500 BTU
Tho unit Is taking ads for J a Mr. and Mrs Angelo Del Prioreof
the bridegroom, wore a beige community calendar for 1965, end Kings Ct, read a total of 84 actress In future life

dress with matching accessories.Her also all dales, meetings/ birthdays books and selected a biographyon In keeping with the "book par $10095
was of white carna ade" theme, the
corsage anniversaries, or apy "Jacqueline Bouvier Ken youngsters
tions.A other dates wished. Tho proceeds nedy" as his prize. Tommy selected reading achievement certificateshad
reception was held at the r will be used for the unit's this book because he is a very interesting little ONLY

Titusville Woman's Club Im community service projects. "very Interested In the lute poem on them which read "A I

mediately following the cere Members and friends are Invited President Kennedy and his fam solitary soldier cannot pass a

mony. Mrs.. Robert Strom ser v to send in their dates, and ily", In ,addition, to reading, brigade, Nor can a single bookIe
ved the three.tiered traditional twenty.five tents each, to Mrs Tommy loves to swim and hopes ; called the perfect cavalcade,

Catholic wedding cake and Mrs W. H. Barnard, treasurer, or one day to become a Doctor. But as we read each book and

Horace Mixsun presided at the bring to meetings, Nine year old Diane Kitchen through our memories they per.
punch bowl. The bride's book vade, They seem to join together r'
read 68 books, most of them
A "white
elephant" table was In a colorful parade.
was kept by Miss Pam Fiye.
tales, but scl
mysteries or fairy
started at the last meeting with
Following the reception the '' i ected her "prize" book along a
and other small
young couple left for a wedding j$1 t a Articles not disposed of in Items.this completely different line. She c HAM B i s 1 I
trip to the Smoky Mountains of 9er # Ae
also chose a biography "Walter
way will be kept fur a /
i rummage XEWEtERSHRHI
Tennessee. For traveling the ,
sale in the Fall. Raleigh Man Of Two Worlds"Personals OJ .
bride woie a pleated floral 'Jnrel,,' e<< ifIe 110", 111M"

Officers and chairman of the PLAZA 4,000 BTU

HAPPY unit are plann'ni to attend the Mr and Mrs. R C Biddy re- 'IMN 26.7191

district school of instruction Aug. tUI ned last week from a several I ..
BIRTHDAY ust 30 at the Indian River Amer. weeks' vacation at Waynesvllle, I -- --- -I $11 95

ican Legion Home in Cocoa. N. C. RUMMAGE SALE
Saturday, Auugutt 22 t.va
L. L. Cantrell '
E. E. Miller Notice Tri-Sigmas Mr and Mrs. Henry Fold and I 111* Norwood Ave., Titusville ONLY

two daughters left today for a SATURDAY, AUGUST 22.
Janie McNeely Mrs Kenneth W. Godfrey, Starts; at t.OO: A, M.
two weeks' vacation with relatives
Mrs. Henry A. Wenzel National. Chairman of the Southeast at Montgomery, Ala. ALL WELCOME ITS TIME TO BUY cool Summertime'
Leon Russell I I II
t Region for Sigma Sigma --- -- ---
Sunday, August 21 .r n"SWEETHEART" comfort for your home! Now we can passon
Sigma sorority, would like for
Mrs. James Irby all! Tri-Sigmas In the Titusville I our tremendous bulk buying savings'

Mrs.Mrs. Bernard P. E. Anderson A area to contact here at 330 Elliot ANNUAL BACK-TO to you. Now that HOT WEATHER is '
Ave., South Titusville, phone
Charles Flood a 267 8968. here, you get huge bargains in all brand

John Mrs Edward McDunough L Martin I SCHOOL SPECIALS new 1964 GeneraLElectric; air conditioning -

Billy Tumblin 'J/f )..t ADllt./ units. There's a model to suit your

Suclla Conratb -'---'- --'-- TWIN TOWERS I every space requirement. Buy now and
Joseph McCann Jr. Terry Howard,
Mis. Emerson Kyzer District DeMolay Sweetheart, opened) the recent Victory RENTAL APARTMENTS! PERMANENT WAVE save!

Raglna Gregory Dance by doing "the bird" with David Swoyer, DeMolay I
Monday, 24 Jr, Deacon and chairman of the dance.-(Carlson Photo). COCOA HACK
August ._ 1 _- Regular 8.50 . . . . 6.50
Mrs James Johns i -I

Charles Warrell I Regular 10.00 . . . 8.50(; I EASY CREDIT TERMS THROUGHG.
Mrs. Wm. A. Wenzel 12.50 (Zotos E. C. C.
Winnie Thomas Regular ) . . 10.00 iI i

Barbara Dorminey I I

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Colorsl) ,. MRS. NAN BARNES. Owner
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Friday, August 21, 1964 --: Tltu.vlll. (FI.rld.) St..A.....,. ,.,. Ik Mrs. Paeglow has two grown attending! William and Mary College interested nay prone Nan at will portray their characters foe Lolane Bamage n Madam P.akn >

children, Mrs. Agnes Bauer in In Uilliamsburg, Va. and 267-4502. one performance of the four *, Linda Faragee at ms '
Jacksonville and Jack Neely in married daughter Mrs. John !
Cast In the other parts were scheduled next month. They
are Dekker and Cathy Brimer aiTilll y
DeLand. She will soon be work. Andrews in Huntington, West
Keith Smith as the Pied Piper,
ing in the office of Dr. i'rank Virginia Martha ((18)) will be Kurtis Cowart as Jan Dekktr .
Eddie Armbruster as Jan Dek ,
I.k ;r'round town Colombo. leaving I m September to enter ker, Connie Goldsbury as Madam I
I Eileen (Mrs. Richard) Cihakof her freshman year at Kent State Dikker Susan Gamble as Anna MOTOR LOBBY
2764 Country Lane. The> Ci- University in Kent, Ohio. fREE
; L Phon. 267.399I<< I' with barbara carton haka moved to our area last Dekker, Robert Goad as Cornells I j
Diego, California Nan Hoist Goad Misstress PARKINa'f
February from San (Mrs Curt) Wilson, director Peggy as I
/ with their children? fur the Miniature First Tilli! and Karl Johnson as Dirk ,( ''f '
Trips to the World Fait still Saturday and spent three days who moved here with her familyIn Diane ((6)) and David ((2)). t' JDuJf L
seem to be with Titus. the Nighteri mxt' production. "The Four understudies wire cast andTWINIQWIEHI J7
popular touring fair seeing the Em. July from Kansas City, Mo. Julia Ann (Mrs. John IIIlovely ,
I vllle vacationer this summer. pire State building, taking a The Godfrey's reside at 330 Elliot Pied Piper of lIamlin" I Is. still '
Burt and Ginny Cats returnedthis cruise around Manhattan Island Brooks and daughte; looking for a boy to play one of m "AA :' .O .US' O I
Ave and have (two CAFETERIA
week from 18 wonderful and going through the Metropolitan Martha, of 2730 South Circle the loading roles in the play. I
days up North which Included Museum of Art before re Charles ((3) and Danny ((5 mons) Drive, who moved to our area In The part of Hendrlk Hoist, son DINING ROOM AND LOUNGE
four days at the fair. Their three turning home Tuesday. Mrs. Llewellyn Paeglow of 24 June from Arlington, Virginia. of the town councilor calls for a RENtAl PA'UMENtsC MEETING AND DISPLAY ROOMS
children, Terri, Robert and West Park Drive who' moved The Brook's have two other child. boy about I' tail who could pore
Pamela, bad two guests along, We can be proud of several here recently from Jacksonville, ren, John ((19) who la currently tray a "spoiled brat" Anyone <04 ,f (t+ "ONCE OUR GUEST ALWAYS OUR GUEST" t
Don Cozort and Chris Edwards. young people in our area who - ------
Crony and the children droveup took time out from their play
to Norfolk. Virginia where this week to put on a little showto .4 "v'' .! I fi
they met Bert and old friends benefit the John F Kennedy : _......t. ___.-:...- .:-__ -1 .:.
from Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Memorial Library Seven year I If
Sharpd. Bert had just completed old Joy LJndsey daughter of
two weeks of reserve training. Mr. and Mrs Earl Lindsey, 88
The group of vacationers traveled Gardenia:! Circle, and eight year
on up to Washington to see old Michelle Mogilevsky, daughter "We love living in Rocket City"
the sights including our latePresident's of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
grave and the monuments Mogilevsky, 60 Gardenia Court
planned the show and enlistedthe

At the World Fair everyone enjoyed lid of Scott Carpenter, 13 to (. .and you will.too! )

the many exhibits, espec- print up little posters and pro
j r tally a quaint Belgian village erected grams vI r .
I in exact detail from the Several youngsters: took partin
y .
and Mrs. Thomas
.' a;- cobble stone streets to the dollghtful the program Including Bonnie ; ?,

sidewalk cafe's. Belgian Lindsay ((10)), Earl Lindsay Jr. Potter and family shown
I 1 men danced in the streets andy ((13)), Peggy Stockton ((10)), Anton k
': tossed oranges to the pretty ((4)) and Andre ((2)) Mofiilevikj here in their beautiful All- "
,.'r: girls Ginny said she got a beautH The children danced, sang and
J' '
iful linen table cloth in one of the very young ones did a delightful Electric kitchen featuring i. 1
lithe little shops : Indian type dance around
The younger traveler's favorite Joy as she chanted an Indian t
j exhibit was DUncy's singing song and beat on the drums t Hotpoint Appliances."We T ?} ,.
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dolls exhibit and Ginny felt the A large group of parents and Ill 1111111 a
"most beautiful" one was the children attended the perform rl Itlplll( it Ih ;, rr

fy Vatican Everyone enjoyed rid. ance and the children raised looked everywhere for a new
i j. Ing the subway to and from the $10.20 from donations and the J home, and the minute we saw
I fair and the young people round. sale of Kool-Aid They will for. Rocket'City, we knew it was exactly t ,t ;, wy
; er out their stay In New York ward this to the library fund and, right for us. It is the kind of

be seeing a Broadway play, someday, will have their names community we want our childrento ; h"
"Mary, Mary". etched all others donating c
in. We're '
grow up so pleased N Y.Y '
One exciting moment for Ginny to this wonderful project. with our home and all its luxury r, "J

and the children happened on the features, and our children are T _
way home from the fair one Florida Greeters NewcomersClub wonderfully excited about the M'
night. They saw a crowd on a held a delightful coffee for beautiful new elementary school
members, their guests and siv*
street and
corner naturally, fig. that's opening here this fall."
ured it was an accident. When eral newcomers to our area yesterday
they asked, however, a man said t in the lovely home of
l Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Louise (Mrs. C. L) Kleinschmidt '

Burton would be leaving the of ]Holly St. Louise served coffee The Potters are typical of the ......... ,
I theatre soon, and they did. The homemade cookies and coffee many fin young Camille now 'S' I
boys got very close to the cake to the many guests Hying In Rocket City.! II
couple, although there were several Newcomers attending were:
I. policemen on hand, and Vivian (Mrs Gilford) McPhil

I were thrilled to see them. lips of 1830 So. Smith Drive who Opp, sorry; we almost neglected
From New York moved here in .. Y
Bert and July from Santa to mention the Potters' '" "' '
Ginny took the children on a tour Maria, California The Mi'Phillips r" a "
two lovely daughter; Paula,
of New England where the boy's have four children, Debbie
age 7, and Valerie, age 4.
enjoyed water tkimg Not only ((8)), Susan ((7)), Judy ((4)) and
I was the water cold, but the weather Windy Jane ((2)).
was so cool, Bob donned his Pat (Mrs. Norman) Rcchlin of j
I jacket under a life jacket to 1039 Kings Ct. The Rcchlm'a keep warm. have one daughter, Kathleen
On the trip home Ginny found ((5'4)' ) and moved to this area last ,9 "
j there Is some truth about June from Orlando. They origin. : I

!I drove"Southern one car hospitality"home while. Ginny Bert York.ally hail from Buffalo, New T L if'""! !'j 1iIIIIIIIlfJr j :

and the girls drove another. On Gayle (Mrs. Bob) Sheldon of -
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} the highest part of a new bridge 2000 Juniper b:reel. Gayle, Bob
i between Maryland and Norfolk, and daughter Cheryl I Lynn ((1)) 1
Va., Gmny's car had a flat tire moved here July 13 from Little $ I l&
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I She coasted to a lower part of Rock Ark p 1 1 I {
the bridge before she stopped Joyce (Mrs. Kenneth) Godfrey
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and was quickly offered assistance -
by two local couples One 7: "
man directed traffic while the ( 4 2 bedrooms 2 baths 3 bedrooms 2 baths 4 bedrooms -3 baths- PoolS

I other changed the tire Then I r: VOSS '..
I they followed her into Norfolk, ; w ] iT. <
helped her buy a tire and cher- Store >
rily waved our Floridians on
J their way. 711* rsfF-I IY721
IN rs-
i The Casa family had a wonderful I 1 /.w it YLN rs1l.rEfkJ" lets
time and will be STEREO STORE t.T1
now I I
I Pirll PlataFeaturing = WJI
deal of time
spending a great
getting settled In their lovelynew I l' W4fyr w Pr= x: "

home in Falrgll'n.I Full Line of O A VJf L F"
; Band And I b&r
i J Jack and Martha Farabee of StringInstruments V' w : 3!
Poinsettia Ave enjoyed a short )

"second New York.honeymoon"They flew this up weekIn last fO'1.'B ;;'iq',; t" b P,,, TOTAL HOUSING AREA: 1721 square feet TOTAL HOUSING AREA: 1779 square feet I TOTAL HOUSING AREA;3355 square feet

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Friday, August; 21, h64 Dan.nburg Leaving
Tllusvllle (Flortds) liar Advocate
Page Veneral I DiseaseTo Peru
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r Be Topic On tor c., plans W. Danenburg to leave tomorrow, local real ona

business trip to Lima Pern.Ke .

i : plans to be away three
Fla. ShowcaseWilliam weeks and will be accompaniedby

r ,his daughter! Mrs. Ann Ron
Schwartz, representing of

.- --. the Communicable Disease
Center in Atlanta Ga., will appear I Miami.COMPLETE
on the Central Florida

Running Or Passing Showcase on Channel I, Satur
Mai ttarpa 91NM 9dlr day, Aug. 22, at 7 p.m. SERVICE I

Today' Friday. That'i nothing new. According to Dr. T Paul

It happens onre a week, four times a month and If all goes well Haney, Brevard County Health TRANSMISSIONSULLY'S
52 times a year.Perhaps Director, there is a serious Increase I .

no one really pays any attention or half way elves a "Too Early To Tell"Titusville In veneral diseases in I

hank. For the Titusville Terriers, this I is FRIDAY. Not just plain Florida.. Brevard County had 60 SINCLAIR +r

old' Friday.At cases. of infectious syphilis from M7-W41
7 a.m. Monday, football season for the Terriers began with had Brevard Coun and Steve Walley Junior S'9" Line coach Morrell Bailey good defensive year Is Bill Har- January 1964 to July 1964. I 214 $. Wash BId,.
tough conditioning drills. The coaches prefer training nil Ions. Some ty's best passer last year In 145 pound senior from California. said he feels there will be a little din, possibly one 6f the smallest Uead Classifieds! Former Chevrolet
even call It harder to withstand than actual cotitart work, because onlya Charlie Huggins and he was more depth in the forward "monster" melt Gaines has Star-Advoeate I I II
small majority of them and! actually what we cm consider In topphysical aced! to I full extent. Experienced backfield men'' wall this year, and beef should ever had. Hardin played a line)
condition to withstand the grueling running that seems to They also had several fine re- for the Terriers are somewhat"' be plentiful Returning Charlie back and "monster" position
'ever end. This corner! knows for a fact K hurt ui just Watching.For reivers Including All-County slim at the fullback position.-; Griffin "'"", 214 pound senior last year but is expected to takes I A S II CONSOLIDATE BILLS OR ANY
the Terriers, Friday meant they can look forward lo two end Donnie l Gregory and Larry Sam Woriham,'S'Id", Ids pound aH county pick;; bill McBride, over first string "monster" man V e a a TO PURPOSE. NOW .. NO

Jays of rest. Something they haven't had since the season started. Jarrell. However, both' Gregory junior appears te be the likely 5'2" 185 pound Junior Vito Gear duties this season Hardin is OTHER WORTHWHILE TO DRIVE 15 TO 50 MILES
duated. eandkk te. Wartham played a 6'2", 220 pounds; Bruce 5'8" and weighs 135 pounnds. LONGER NECESSARY
>Jlonday morning, an eager band of 45 reported, and later the same and Jarrell !have \ usso; ADDITIONAL LOANI
day that same amount appeared ready for more of the same medi- leaving the cOunty'a finest field defensive linebacker last year I McWhorter, 59", 200 pound sen Gaines also talked highly of FOR THAT
general without connecting and alternated at the fullback ior. three former Parkway Junior
teat of abilities.
sine, which In a small way Is nothing more than a
It's been that way since Monday. But, today's Friday and things "Mates and a rest head Scratching position. Glenn Long, IDS pound For guard slots, talent is also High athletes Kahn, Joe Summers ATLANTIC LOAN COMPANY
problem for Coach John junior, Is also In contention for:1: plentiful. Don toney" II'9" 183 6'1" 175 pound tackle;
are somewhat dairies. the fullback position and show,j who !missed most along with Eddie Ford, S'8",
"but test pound senior, PLAZA
: They've got two days to sit at home loaf, do nothing lots 711 ORLANDO ROAD INDIAN RIVER
ing of ability. tailback.
"It Is 150
said pound z
Claim Thursday
of last with a knee InJury -
and and look forward to Monday .,
cake $400.00
toft pie Te
about drinks
Jilnk Loans Up
( does get underway again. Monday Morning Still too early to tell it we'llagsla Other backfield men Include j appears' In good! condition, All three boys are showing Phone 27-4721
When football season really the passing route this Howard Bain, S'8", 145 '
10 pound along with Mike Steblck, S'9" good ability, dairies said.
I. they'll be knocking wearing full uniforms, )year ai we did last. We managed 'senior halfback, who played a '1163 i pound ...senior) Dan Stansell.) j'IS
to get through our first defensive safety position last I I 15'9" 175 pound senior and Bill
of "Buck's Fish Camp" called a few day ago I
: Lowell Buchannan several fames without relyingon year end was used on punt returns Hogan, S'9", HO pound Junior.
and told us a large rattlesnake nearly got him and Pete Brows while our passing attack for the and kickoffs David Ward At center, Bill\ Woodward, I
bow and arrow target shooting at the county gun range but I don't 5'8"
doing some punch last year 145 pounds will be at the '5'1" 180 pound appears the likely
ijhlch' Is now under construction near Laughman Lake. Buck said he know U we can do the same other. halfback slot. Ward twisted candidate along with Jodie
walked past the rattier. happened... to look down at the ground and thing for this .eason.It his ankle while playing Kahn, I'll", 185 pound sophomore
'mped just as the wake started to strike. Brown killed the snake With only one returning letterman touch football before the aeaaon r

\yilh three arrows, fired from the bow at end, Gaines had to started and has been sidelined And, expected to have another
Buck also said the bass are biting off shore, doing real good with do some manufacturing. All- Also at half back will be George '
Edwards, Eichcrt, 8'0", 155 pound Junior; ";----- -
artificial lures County center Tommy curse H OK NAI.K ,,
8'1" 180 pounder, who didn't Ronnie Carter II..", 130 pound Notice I In hereby! (Ivra that pur.uant .
of the Junior Herb Smith. B'S" 145 to she Klnil IMm of PoreUoMira -
version ;
the 1964 center ,
Glancing over some statistics concerning make a bad snap from enlerod ta she ease. arnilItif -
Florida Caters, It appears they're having about the same trouble as last year, has been. looking well pound senior. I Ninth' In Judicial the circuit Circuit Court, la Red of the forBifivard
Ac Titusville Terriers perhaps on a different cede at ..nel. and so has Larry Zim- family. a'; Id.. In Chun-
\ It has been said, If Florida can handle one of It', toughest schedules merman, 5'IO", 15J pound JunIor Crown Drive-In eery No will MHO nil tt: Ik pru* .Mny aedrretanr4Clerk aUvatml

in history and come up with some linemen to go with a shining and Dave Howitt I'll", 170 In Lot old 4.County Block HH.Ornrtlkrd" HHKKWOOD*.,
Backfield, the Gators are a definite threat for the Southeastern Con. pound transfer student. PARK Bret,Ion "A" .. ordlnll to
Gets IK OsCo nnlyd In flat Hook
ftrcnce; football championship, despite what some people May a.,. "We cant really tell until we" PavingThe U pl6 47, publicrecord.. of

Pro.season polls have them ranked fourth or fifth In the Conference. start the contact workouts Crown Drive-In Theatre Is Together llrevard County with' all, FlnrMa.itrmturw and
this thing hat been. saM about the Gaines said. Improve wrote' now end. .h.r.oft"
round about same look.
In. way getting a new Paving being on laid land and fixture attache
Terriers they're playing their hardest schedule as far as history on The Terriers will start full pad completed. on the entrance, thereto: mil. all runt, Iraue: ,proceed
practice sessions Monday mornIng and .profile accruing; awl to
Tltusville goes back. ramps and exits and around the accrue from laid premier, all of
they play went. at T pm.Bsckfleld Snack which are Included within the for5eln *-
six of the first seven teams Bar
But, for the Caters, d..crlpUon and the baton-
has Its work cut out. coach Larry Mon- thereof at.*. all .teamcooklni .
thus Florida This ls ; sea
bowl part year improvement Just another
fp games .
'eler.trlo wear sod other keatlne
No matter. how nice Florida's backfield sounds, they're hurtingfor hollon said, "Car, Hart. Junior. effort on the part of the refrlSoratlng, lltntln. THE TIME !
B'9" playing behind watllittnf, Irrlmattnn.
depth at tackle, center. and guard position. Two linemen. Who are quarterback management to offer the public sir plumblnc conditioning. and power ayetern -
to do great things for Florida this season are Dennis Murphy, Huggins has been running the best in film entertainment, *, machine, appliance, Suturesand
expected well considerIng .ppur'.n.n.. which now are
real ,
62", 250 pound senior tackle, and Barry Brown, a 6'2", 207 pound the ball club Manager Tuggle told the Star. or my hereafter pertain to, or be
a the will be his first full session i. u"d with la, on or about saidpremises TO GET.
j Junior end, who was a unanimous choice of the ALL-SEC sophomore with the varsity emnliart, Advocate. |iA with a r or -dvtaibible at publto
!tram last season even though he mined the last four games who was a guard while In JunIor CIMMIB! THAT WENT .*e'O to bl":1 When and beet bidder I
broken I for 1300: clock" Noon on
arm. High, was changed to quarterback GREELEY Colo. (CAP) Six.teen.y..ar.old the 4th day ol "September' IWII. at
Florida will open their season September 9 against Southern! last year for the Junior Dave Sthcy was the Kiel freal doer .f (h* Bowed SPECIAL SAVINGSAT
Canary Courthoaee la Tlluerllle
Methodist and then meet in order,Mississippi State, LSU, Mississippi Varsity squad and played In the about to tap a one-foot putt in Floridacvkna
South Carolina Alabama Auburn, Georgia, Florida State and Miami. ft. taAMiRsr'
last two Terrier games the Colorado Junior Chamber of i Clerk of Inn. Circuit Court
; In Titusville it can be said without little problem, with teams Continuing Monhollon said Commerce Golf Tournament By Alloe M. MuteraoaDeputy OUR BIG

like Cocoa, Melbourne, Eau Gallic!, Sanford, Seabreeze and Colonial "there are some transfer students when a chum cried, "Dave, /COI'RT $RAI.tCROPTON ClerkHOLLAND
\tae season may be a long one too. also beginning! to shape up. they 're taking your picture" ''II_ BREWER k
+ Barry Gouge, senior B'9" 160 Flustered, Schey punched the SO\* Palm Avenue SELLDOWNON
.. Just because we mention the tact, that some people, including pound halfbsck from Oviedo, ball 15 feet past the cup. |Tllu.vllle Am. at , 11MI4. SUMMER
Oummltt Castle sitting on the new I __
\tills corner would rather not lee I
rjcreation complex North of town they're calling us "Chief of the I, ,

House! Wrecking Crew." I River Lanes Bowling I

Novice Car Racers To BRAND NEW
Sports 800 Orlando Road Indian River City Florida Phone 267-711(1

II Jack Molt, Manager

Learn[ Road Racing On SundayFair I '

.[ weather or foul, novice driving' an MGA( Sebring special 64 CHEVROLETSi

sforts car racers will learn road and Bill Morton In a Lotus Mark

racing! Sunday at Osceola race XI. I

ciuroe. The Central Florida Re. Many 'of the experienced drivers

gun Sports Car tlub of America will\ be checking out their SEETHt'MAN WITH THE Not BUYS t
1 will stage a drivers school curs for the Daytona Labor Day

for ctymaxiniTm 1U members( a series this of weekend sprint Race as well as demonstrating I
racing techniques to the novices
races on Sunday. These raves
their No.1YOUR
will pack all feature of full scale and monitoring progress.The I
Osceola race course Is L'iN'
ricer Into a few laps over a
winding course with I fewatiaighlawaye north of Geneva which Is on. .SATURDAYS 9
route 48 east of Mims Numerous
Veteran. drivers .,
will teach the fundamentals of signs In the area erected for 9A.M.'TIL 9 5 P.M. CHEVROLET DEALER

racing through Individual instruction the convenience of guests will

In the students own give final directions. ,

cars. I 3 GAMES

t will be Dick Honson, SERVICEFor HOT DOG
Tliusvlll Area


To Meet WednesdayTuesday MECHANIC ON DUTY

Nite Lady Kcglcrs I $1.00 T u: SAVINGS!
bowling league will meet Wed. BRUCE'SAMERICAN

n&day. night In the Community SERVICE
Room of Citizen's Bank at 730

l I"p-*n.. for an organization/ meet.! Broad: & Washington. St. CHEVROLET HEVELLE (CHEVY II I

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I Semi-Pro Tourney To Open

Star-Advocate Sports I .
Brevard County's first semiprofessional ment, and coordinated by Recreation and Royal; Schoolfleld Manage! :
baseball kwrnn/ Director Jack Miller of thanouncod Nationals have oat aniI j .

meat the Erevan) Invitational/ Giant Manager Joo Leo Smith I their starting Pitcher, ;: 1 4
starts bore Sunday!! and also In

_., .. Melbourne. rile I.ead IL I I :
.. lO- .' .. Sunday afternoon on the Gibson \ S.nh In ;

There are three or four real little bream follerin' a worm High! School told the! Tllus-
Merritt IsLand or any other lure you can be In vllle Giants will meet the Melbourne : : 511 I
dear pqnds put on Many Entered Citizen's Dink appoars almost ions Cplonlst Spirits. ;
that have plenty of fishfin pretty sure that it's movin' at Cubs In the I tournament certain to maintain the top Next week, CiU \!!fl'\ will\& meScottimoor : '
how it ain't just about the right speed. Most- opener and in Melbourne, the then I
'em Beeln' a* slot In the city| fast pitch softball |ackfi| \
ions. be long till we'll have, to ly they'll Just be curious. It's Tltusvtlle National will play the league this, week as tha season eilcs, the last placed\ team" wit j j f ', ,I

[quit fishln' put there. I ususally only once in a while that a little Sports Car SCCA Event Melbourne Braves. comes to an end next week with his t PUP PF WQre of those fi8 hm', bream will kinds peck at a i A (wo'game elimination! (\pnnvament qnly three gamui renialnlnK, on game stand i : 1

nles each week.end. worm like he was still half vyittj four roiinty trams Ilia schedule. Most of Citizen's success ), ..

| This weekend I was fishm' scared of it. Fifty-eight sports pars, representing to the starting prld won lost year by Charlie Knlh cnlornd, thp rpntflU, will bo alt. FpllQwIna tills week's action. been partially due to belt( siarlog !

ono where the water la only Then, if you don't make too six Southern states, already The \\hitcman race Is a 100- Miami In a Ixttiq {3, at the rfc,! trn ted hflweon' Titusvilla and, Citizen's hold onto their one anda pitcher, Al Lanou. Lanou

[about five or six feet deep and many 'mpn}(| rnpyps, the little| have been officially enter miler ((32 laps) pvtr the Sp,rdway'i ord average speed qf 94.If ", ill'sp'r Malbaiiroe., half came: lead over Scotts- has a 4-1 record and I la consld i<
II could see fish just about any bass will| begin tq show upYou'll ed In the annual SCCA divisional fags |Q4 }crim| IJ,9I, --i1e! hour, Kolb will defend this Sponsoring the event Is the TI. moor, and a full three game lead rd one of the best pitchers In th
look It's hard fishin'a pr.9bab.ly find, the, little
I'd International
championships at Daytona track and road course. It was year in a. Porsche RSK. .I tusville City Recreation Depart over the first half league thimp- league.
place like that, 'cause when bass fallen"1\ the tyre }Mst i like Speedway on Sept SO ..
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ever you can see the fish you the bream and since |In while Florida tops the list with 36 -
know doggoned well they can one of 'em will||| Rick it up while entries followed by Georgia,
see you BO they're a lot harder )yqu wpfch) him l ,. Only once In Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina .
to catch. At the same time, maybe a thousand times, one pf .
it's a lot more fun to try to the critters will run toward you. I
The cars entered to date represent
catch fish out of water like that Mostly/ they turn and run away
19 manufacturers and in'
at least It Is for me. It's a from you. But it's kinda fun
elude Porsche, Daimler, Lotus,
challenge, when you see fish watchin' 'em do it. If you're Corvette Austin.Healcy! Elva,
and you know they're watchin' real quill, as well as real lucky Stangucllml and Alfa Romeo

everything you do you know sometimes you'll find a big bass The Central Florida Region: ,

that you cOIn make any wrong httm'( while you're watch in' sponsors pf the annual two-day A" '
moves and still catch fish him. For (the/ moat part, though race meet, feels that the large sA I

You learn very quickly Just ypu'l) find that the bigger bass number of early entries indicates I
how close can cometo only hit when your lure is along
jibout you that a record field will be at the
a fish without scarln' him. way out. Speedway) on Labor Day week t
You learn just as quickly whatit Chances lire, If the water Is .
end.Eight i.on
is that scares 'em. Sometimesit real quiet you.wqn't. even get races are scheduled for
is droppln", a lure too close to a hit. If the wind Is rufflin' the two days, with the climax
'em. Sometimes it is bring in" the water just a bit, your coming in the final race on Sunday .

a lure past 'em too fast. chances of gettin fish are a Sept 6, when competitors SaleEndsy
And there are times when whole lot bitter 'cause they can't. for the Paul Whitman Trophy go

just jerkin' rpd tip will pause see yqu sq good. Naturally

your lure to make a sudden if (the water is rough you wo,,', o.stiior: mi.KNotlca AI-

move that will spook the fish. be able to see' the fish so far loam I to la the hereby rlnnl, IWrea" that ul Vantluiura pur-- 0.1.
Maybe they don't know what's out, but just the same you can entered In tha catlM pending l
In the Circuit wrong but they do know that be sure they are out there. Ninth Jurilrlal Clroult, In anti for
Hravard t County, Florida. .. In ('haneery -
lure alnt aitii like a wormor
your ) The wprst of it U that the bigger No 2M.Ih.:!;! undurilgnert.
a bug ought to; and they the (fish, the less chance Clerk will aril the,property tllualid
In laid County cif rlbed am'
ain't gonna stick around to fig .there\ is pf 'em hittm whileyou'ro lot itw, WArnnvAV FHIATKS / -
ger out why! watchin'. How did 1 ') RKPLAT: according,
to ]'he pint! Iberiof A riionlwlU
In the particular pond I was do Not too bad I must have (flat Brorf 1 Pap,J it 1'Hblla.
Kvcorda of lln-vatd. ,
fishin', there are bass, bream caught a dozen of 'emIt' .'Inrlda.TnIPthCC.
gars and several /good.sized with all alruclurfi and
a frustrating thing watch- Improv.mesta now and hefreafitrun
carp One thing (hat makesit said land and Ixturca aia| <'hnltbrrrto
in. ,fish just kinda shy away and all laiuia. s sI sp
rpnia pro.caed.
such a good place'' .to fish is ., and. proflia acirulng:: anil to
the fact that there me nq '1.4kkkln' from your bait; but like we said, ",01 run from ..hi) pr>mlma, all of
it's fun just the same, It's more which are lnolu up the mud in the bottom ilricrlptlon and *
of it, so moat pf the time It fun when, they grab it an' run- 4um thereof,; Flea" all a-a, Gleam
Is'ery clear. There al"an.as while yqq'ra watchin'! aleitrlc coking, w.rrlt:: and>ratlng othrr, I llRblltiK hmllin:::: ,,
Rlumblng, vrnlllatlni IrrlKlllmJlr ,
of bottom vegetation condltldonlng, and power ay>
where the fish can hide (ass Tides r ., .machlnaa, appllancpa. flxturr;
and appurtvnanLva which now are
where they do hide), and there! 2r mav hereafter pertain to, or baM I
High LowSlt..Au >rd, with In. on or about Nit '
of where the .
are plenty arias .picmlura even though thrv ba d. I
bottom is blight by comparison ,. Z2 Ittbcd or dptaihahlt' !, at puhllp.alr' I
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If you keep wutchm' a place f:4Q: sm. 1:52: a.m823pm CHUB at U"(Mi' otlnik Noon (pn Ihii w t. : : : : /
41 h diiy'' pi ." / J1'**, "I ""
like and you'll stand real tr.I \
that Trotil
; 2:04 p iqSup. aa| dour u P Hrrvardounty
Mill fur a while, it usually won'tbe (.' Courlhouao In Tlluavlllp,
long before you see fish mov- ., Aug. 23 {lorlilaCl'BTIlt H nARNKfl: /
in' from one area of concealment: t:3Q a.m. 2:28 a./If. (fly lurk Alice of the M Ircull ManiirwiiiDeputy "Court
to another. 8.59 p.m. 244pm.AM : lark
First, there will be the smaller ., Aug. 24Pll CKorroM. AitkvVKK: aHOLLNs

fish like the bream that move. : *.m. 3:08: a.,,!, ass Palm AernueTltueville I '
They often scare easier, but they 8:38 p.m. 3:23: p.m. Aua 21 IFrI.I. Florida) )9n4.' I ,

drift forget back sooner Usually, and they just won'f aorta ,'r.ont' flr"font 7lrttone' 'Irt' ono f'lr4ttonoI
hit a big lure, even as big{ ARCO DODGE INC. S NY!emirs ChampIon Nylon Safety Champion Nylon D. lung Champion "50Q" Nylon

as a plastic worm, but sometimes .IM16 wish SUP.R-TIW' .WII.", "..."' lreddvmysu 'Draper." tmadtndimproved d.. ,A"lrl'. NlJMnRR ON" 'AIIrlc.1): most "I.kedI
I Imhhea..the."'". tourk toes) mom mdw.. a than the Non .Ive )011 25% more mileurlln.t ulpm.nt, ( Sirs on ot premium tiw.a
they seem to get TOUR NEW DODGE DEALERS i ribber used In r Iamuu ytnaloneNYlINAIRK: Ihanlhe )tAMPION new lle4oar.,5w.ynu 1 E5:1:: ::1 ;,: I
hungry and tackle just about :, I yire.ttela nclnr ; .IA0/ : I .dLUIM IhaR. ;Y f YIAN, 30 mum mile.'a Than ,. ,
anything. As. matter of fact 4 are.grmaapu6/y {M"'jr.ron. / tlO" "' Fr.'I'V' parl.nL..llu".ljt..na'h curd!"rue '
t menMP1UlnnNt'.dfAn/hen flvln" order
enddlu.bllity. t'lltMl'tON) l'IYUllIf I'
the .
gettin' away from that partic rvlc Headquarters For All Z II t ynyN.t t F11aluNV,

ular pond for a minute I Chrysler Products.Air r.1 .
lLACMWAUI "nlt1 elarkPAll5> .. 'M"'WIlI" .IAUIALlI ,'nwII'' TsMIPI" Tuprhllf r 'J"""p.ol1ra.I.N,
caught real nice bream out at I -
Fox Lake recently, on a purple Conditioning and Transmission Specialist j E 1NeIsw TN.NN' ;; TNu4rN T.N4rT0N5N:; f. IM t'-; 1.N,I55, 1NUe v.ar.ie 1N.nNtscs.Alte. 'IIIImt.l! !. stAC.ealts' wosoesus" ..
On Now. M AN ref "In M lot AN lot 1M AN IN aN .t M ie M lol IM IN hI.T1" .
Duty lit 1ft IN I. I. IN IN M 'ot 155
worm. i Ii.. tae 155 IM li+ sm ,... Tw Txe re. lu. ln, TI" ,... Iw see tar lea 1xr Iue, to, TI" tee TI,. 'III '''' t. TI,,. Too
But what I was getlin' at, is Cor. Hopkins &: Harrison 267.4931 I ;;; ste so + Ise ts. + 11la 1s, nM IIR I/la/ llla 1la I/M NI UN NII ltlf'

that when you find a bunch of|, /laid Its LU + IIN 14, e, aN IqN .. IIM IIR >! i5 ? 5550 +K 1 't!,l_ ttNT1N14 :
L O.N IN + i. ; q IIN ill + IT//llla L .s. ILN 1111111' NN IIN IIN IIN N.4 tin 1111 ./lI- I
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[River Lanes Takes Pleasure In Announcing Their ala is ass us, + st.ll Ills 545lag + N Ile?. .NII- 1s RM N 11.11IM/ rl laC NNItR 550 HUla nn.T.

1 Fall Leagues Schedules For Your I: I hell Uis Ml 51551N 1N 1st N11N aNIIa IRN.NNr551450 ttN lsit's ispssNlls aisi / NN _NNttN NN_ ILNIL alea Iye I
1 ILIf w e. w /5550NIINaNUN NLLla NNIs.Ni iiUiAall sNisss jN_ Ills Ns 1 .N NN jj Rn Isi
1151/ + 1/50/ 41 nssu.NNR 11 is sN 11r NNILain 1ssnws assn 1,1, NN iiii ILN_ sin Isla ash RN
Bowling Enjoyment : 1151 RMILR + laNI/Jt NRIINNNI/NN Ire MN_ 411 IIN nu Na as ii /tMNII-
I 11511 + rN 50 4555 + 55 5/55 555 NN NN 55la 55N N15 NU

River Lanes Meeting Room I AU "'//CIS rtv5 TAXe Ol/ltr/ 1Iz.....4tW44IOII\ UOII, IWJ) 7.00 ll IMM, 50U.700H, 11014, SO II, II l If't. Lee!' II, I Mil, ...a.II, f.00( ) K, I IO,1*

Starting Date Leagues Organization Date '

Sept. 14th. 9:30 A.M. Mon. 9:30 A.M. Couplet Hdcp. August 24th, 9:30: A.M.

Sept. Uth. 6:45 P.M. Mon. 6:45 P.M. Couple Hdcp. August 24th. 6:45: P.M. M NO f lets" fOpt' IIMITh AH

Sept. Uth. 9:00 P.M. Mon. 9:00: P.M. Couple Hdcp. August 24th, 9:00: P.M. NO 01 NEY p Ir TRAI4E: ( honored by thouundl BVAAANTtE tnd Ihouiandi 9 OO ante ,, Tires, Mounted +

9:30 A.M. Ladle Hdcp. August 25, 11:30 A.M. 1Arj/1f1RGE lr g' y f;iililon*dealari and itoiai In the United P.m.
Tuei. :
A.M. :
Sept. 8th. 9:30 "*'!!' f""*',,. W tiavel
Sept. 8th 6:30: P.M. Tues. 6:30 P.M. McDonnell Co. August 25 6:30 P.M. ,Igg kea161eAtbti r0 Per i' EWUreef /NllmanWMA.nt. a11A.rMlwq: ?

Sept. 8th. 8:45: P.M. Tue.. 8:45: P.M. Ladle Hdcp. August 25. 8:45 P.M. '( efuyefwMawiwa{ :e+.Mww+'wwNNe MN :e, ,i.Iw Fr y

Sept. 9th. 9:30 A.M. Wed. 9:30 A.M. Ladle Hdcp. August 26th 9:30 A.M. **,rr > "., ..,.. -.... ....r Lt1 9p'me, 'Isr' i Wiate..w IM
Sept. 9th 1:00 P.M. Wed. 1:00 P.M. Senior Citizen August 26th 1:00: P.M.

Sept. 9ih. 6:45: P.M. Wed. 6:45: P.M. Men Scratch August 26th 6:45: P.M. I
Sept. 9th. 9:00: P.M. Wed. 9:00 P.M. Men Hdcp. August 26th. 9:00: P.M. TilCronc..THE' GREATEST'TIRE I NAME IN RACING!

Sept. 10th. 9:30 A.M. Tburs. 9:30: A.M. Ladle Hdcp. August 27, 11:30 A.M.

Sept. 10th. 9:00 P.M. Thur.. 9:00: P.M. Ladle Scratch August 27th. 9:00: P.M. Priced as shown at FJrtsionq Stores tgmpetih'vely priced at Firestone Dealer and at all service stations displaying the firestone sign.

Sept. Uth 9:30: A.M. FrL 9:30: A.M. Men Hdcp. August 28th 9:30: A.M.

Sept. llth. 6:45 P.M. FrL 6.45: P.M. Men Hdcp. August 2tth. 6i4S P.M.

Sept. llth. 9:00 P.M. FrL 9:00: P.,' Couple Hdcp. August 28th 8:00: P.M.

Sept. 11th. MidnightLG Fri. 12:30 A.M. Men Hdcp. August 28th. 12.00Midnight 1O9 HOPKINS e

12:30 A.M. Cape Worker p
Corner Orange
Sept. 13th. 8:30 P.M. SUN. 8:30 P.M. Couple Hdcp. August 30th. 9:00: P.M. ,

There are still openings in each of these Leagues!**.. 267-4150 -' !

interested In Joining please contact River Lanes .NwL.la ?a t
If you are Spophilq' Goods:
and attend the Organization Meetings! : a v
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Hope To See You This Fall! i

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,peal. Tltuivllle _(Florid I ) Stir-Advocate Friday, Auiuil 21, HA4 Registration At Titusville High Director Is Chosen Open House Sunday AI ConventOpen

A director of the North Ere-

vard YMCA hat been selected, house for the convent at just west of the old convent on

I I Jaycee Public Forum Will Be Held August 26,27,28 according of the to the newly board organized of directors St.will Teresa's be held this Catholic Sunday Church followIng Ojibway.class will St Teresa'i be moved kindergarten into the

Registration of students attending soon (i possible to make *nappointment. group.John King of Atlanta will each mats and during old convent to make room for ,

Continued from Page 1 (Editor's Note: No such statement park commission, Titusville High School initiate his duties as director the afternoon. The public Is eighth grade: students in the
Fecney: Felt the civic center has been made by the editor Young: Election of three coun will be held on August 26, 27 It school.
which to
School Insurance, next month, and according attend and!
would pay its own way if constructed and Mr. Barley well knows oilmen dedicated to the Job of and 28 from 8:00: a.m. to 4:00: p. cordially Invited to
optional, will be available during Ray Winstead, member of the I
in a practical manner it J If he can prove any such was helping Titusville No one thing m. in the school library. inspect the building which will -
registration days. The costto board, he has had over five
and U not too exotic. If practical ever made the editor hereby Is needed more than another. Seniors will register on Wed each student this year will be years experience. Prior to en' house Sisters of Mercy teachingin CHAMP WARING

plans are submitted, he challenges him to produce such Felt a unified desire by people nesday, August 26, Junion on gaging in YMCA work, King the school. This will be the OIL CO.
325. FUEL
would bo in favor of it. evidence or retract the statement of all sections to develop great Thursday, August 27, Sopoho- ministerial student. only time certain sections of the
locki will be availablefor was a
Qucition: "Are you In favorof .) est need. mores on Friday, August 28. School Winstead indicated King's building will be open to the pub OIL BURNER SERVICB I
lockers. There will be a ren-
rodlstrlctlngT"Feeney Spangler: Felt redistricting Spangler: Equipment is needed lic.
: Doesn't see any reason should be done fairly by pop badly. City can't build roads All students, both new and tal chat.ge of SOc per lock. temporary headquarters will FURNACE CLEANING
for altering/ the diMruts. ulation. without hiring it done or with old, must register on the above The Physical Education towel possibly be in the former post The new convent is located 267.1470
dates i rental will be $2.00 tot each 9- office at the south Titusville fire ---- -->--- -- --- -- -- ---
Arnold: Believes in redistrlct- Young: Districts by population county's help. I
ing as set out In the charter, by Is fair. J If population continues to Barley: Better planning of expansion On these registration days week period the rental for the station. STORE HOURS:

population. As population increases grow, felt more scats on council of sewage and water. Titusville High School students first weeks to be paid at regis To Get Trucks PHONE AM 7.1511 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M.

redistricting/ is in order. should be created so people Claimed Royal Oak was getting will take care of various matters \tration.
Larks: Believes future popul- could bo better and more fairly $268,000 worth of utilities that in addition to receiving Mime Fire Department will
represented taxpayers will have to for. have a pumper, minus a chassisto
latlon will require redistricting pay their class schedules.
in five equal districts. Lookabaugh.: Redistrict according Gru: Better utilities: Many ALEXANDERContinued put it on if any delay occurs

Finch: Believes only slight to population. Five sections problems to be solved as to Pictures for the school annual in le advertising fur the

change in order to equalize 1 population ; each district vote on representatives priority. will be taken of Juniors and ( From Page 1)) Commissioners ch88sls.1 I
In each district. In that district and, Sophomoies. Junior and Sophomore ceived bids on the
Sease to bo
Robbins Should not at large.&: At large vote in even : Many problems boy will wear dark coats tlons. chassis for a fire truck but
: change solved. Expansion of water and Recommended approval of a
and districts on odd years. with: long dark ties. Junior girls threw out the chasis bid as illegal
districts until density of population fur the health of the
sewage/ of( Indian River Heights and
plat '
when it lound that interest
"What Is Tltusvillo'sMod
Qutitiom will wear dark sweaters with a t
is determined. then
Only IRC area which are plaguedwith annexation of two acres of the
?" Included in the bid.
Pressing Material Ntod single strand of pearls. Sopho' was
should districts be changed for distasteful water and at C. Alexander land to be V
W. ,
Mendelsohn: Better streets. mote girls will wear dark sweaters The pumper was approved but
equity. times, raw in the streets.
sewage zoned Rib I
"I lost two mufflers last wck" with white collars. Sweaters the chassis was ordered re-ad-

with Mendelsohn Bobbins.: Said he agreed Rolbms: To have a real democratic an Karantmos open door: policy Better for roads develop and colors, or pearls will be No action was "taken by the vertiied. Mime dcpaitmentmembers Wonderfully exciting

government here ment. available at the school for those commission on Joseph B. Rog raid this should work
Karantmos: Believes in redistricting -
who ers' request for rezoning of pro' out since it takes a good while
Finch: Expansion of water do not bring their own.
Questions "How do fool
by not for :
population, you
political expediency. Larks: Traffic expert to help about Industrial dev.tepm.nt7"Feeney There is no sitting fee for Soph petty located on the south side for delivery of the pumper. fashion begins withLUXURIOUS
of Garden St., west of Brown
solve huge truffle problems with omoies and Juniors
Suasc: Believes should rcdiv : City should begin! to
Ave. from Its present BR classi-
blot In five equal districts so sound traffic plan. expand facilities to encourage Senior pictures are now being location to a BA to allow the extension Twirling ClinicThe
everyone will he adequately and Arnold): Expansion of roads.If development. Greatest attraction taken at Gregory Studio on of beat business, the
equally presented. roads are not expanded "wo for development in Cape Ken Orange Street. Seniors who Tilusviile High School
vote being 2 and 2 on this
Gru: Feat: a representative will be late for work. nedy. have not already done so should plication. ap Band Twirling Clinic will begin

committee should study problem Luctwyler: Roads and water Leonard: Lack of water has contact the' Gregory Studio as Monday, Aug. 24th at 9 a.m. in
and come up with a recommendation Finn: Water Eliminate deficiencies. hurt development as tome Industrial Under other business, the the high school gym.
of redistricting. Let no As housewife, have concerns need much Commission heard the readingof All girls who will be in grades
small &croup: of Individuals force trouble with laundry. water. mcnts.Seise. H. S. and Rodney Thompson's 10 through 12 this school year

on city a system which would be Leonard: South Titusville Finn: Industry will seek us out : Industrial committee, request for rezoning part of Lot are eligible to attend. At the

detrimental. needs more and better recreation with adequate tax structure and Committee of 100 la working on 8 and oil of Lot 9, Morgan clinic, competitive try outs will 100 % WOOL

Barley: Said, redistricting facilities./ other inducements. Industrial park north of yacht Lands Subdivision, from its present be held and the majorettes for

comes close to apportionment. Feeney: Streets and lewalks Luctwyler: Do not need Industry basin and south of railroad TM classification to 1 M 2 the coming year will be select

If elected he will see that prop. most pressing/ need overall. just for Industry atone. Want bridge. Should encourage this. to allow boat building./ This ed.

er redistricting Is voted! on by Water and, sewage!: expansionalso the right type of Industry with Gru: Analyze our Inducements property is located Just west of Anyono interested, including

people. Slated Bob Hudson, of needed out smoke and smog Clean In and should organize county Industrial the sewer plant, on the south students new to the area, should
the Star-Advocate said city Lookubdugh: Recreation needed dustry. committees Into one side of Buffalo Road, and Is pre' report to the clinic.Ad nGEORGIA"FLANNEL

needed to rei'< "rift because! to expand Losing our beaches large group to benefit whole sentty being used for boat manu I
Arnold: An Industrial park, .
factoring, with expansion plans .
Walker and Nunnally rlcctcd. In "
were soon. Recommend town sponsored by the city would county and fight "grab-off" by
facilities and development of I benefit industrial development Cocoa Beach. prompting this request. '\. Complete Line
L- Also heard a letter from Art
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--=='===-: Larks: Adequate labor market Barley: I'm more InterestedIn {
I iif1ta Wortham of Florida Power Light ] Band And
and ability to show profit here people than what we can do
Co. read by Clerk Margaret ,
\\ is what will entice Industry. Must for Industrial development. Interested Cooper regarding a proposed 'Hj String .
ds For Dudes show what Titusville has to of. '
In fair representative tabulation on Hwy 50, just i Ins ( :

fer. government west of Dr. Alvin J. Kuhn's clinic. ''U t-;; .
3400 S. Nova Road, South Daytona Phone 255-6016 Finch: City should engage In a Young: Industry Is playing Woitham stated that In lightof f ssntsf .r. ., ,.11,10'.. v' ', '. .
better public relations field to working/ and living togl'ther.We/ the concern exhibited, possibly f I ''''',' I
Volusia: County's Only Complete promote Titusville and entice Industry need s spirit of unity toward another site would be selected f Music Store \ ". .,.' ,

Western Store! making this a better place 'to if available and if not, the A Now With Space In 1
Robbins: City should encourage live. structure at the present site 1* Pirtle Planet sab fi fot

0 Outfit Your Horso and YourselfFor the ,right kind of Industry, Lookabaugh: Clean up the would be set hack further from !*'tf : I II.
but Industry won't come here city Industry is not just looking! the street fur the benefit of ad- \M STEREO STORE AJ
Horse Shows and without a reasonable tax structure for a place to hang its hat. Offer joining and surrounding proper \ p ,+ ;

All Occasions. a clean civic-minded city for ty owners \\ '. \
Mendelsohn! Had quite\! a few Industrial location.
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Open Daily 9 to 6'ti119 P.M. Friday and chances for Industry but no In. Other questions were asked I

Saturday Evenings and All Day Sunday ducements. Now there are Inducements from the floor, by way of written PHONE AM 7.1511

: "higher taxes"Karentinos and screened queries.The .
Cecil and Margaret Jacobs : City should ask 'entire program was approximately I STORE HOURS: y

I Industry what It wants .and three hours long, 10 A.M. 1'09 P.M.

t-- _- __ __ &go: from there toward Induce. and this was considered com
I -----.1 mendable by many people at. Lindsey
tending due to the number of

ANNOUNCING candidates Jaycee President Paul Salisbury .

opened the session with

remarks of welcome to audience a

NATIONWIDE TIRE COMPANY and to the expressions candidates.Dr. .of appreciation BLANKET "

Dave Picnhone was chairman YI .
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of the Jaycce ,forum.
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MULLET o Th Vole *f 23.000 North Brvard County H.l1 ld nU Scouts Hear Lecture On Reptiles .

Pat 1-B Boy Scout Troop 310 mot at
-- -- of the Gator Patrol ent specie were found what
I the Civic Center last Tui'sduy nhIav\! (' the biukcioiind in' they out how large they grow I
--- I evening formation aa to where the differ Continued On Page 2.B

You take a trip out of town and We're not "running down"the 131 School Buses Begin The ipcnlns r'rI'1II0n18 1 1 .
come back to find that you're service men. But we feel by Jrrry Champion. -;
"popular" Senior Patrol Louder and HoyMalott 1 '
at least "popular"enough that the electronic age Is uponus
: to be mentioned In apolitical and much of our defense definitely assistant Senior 1'ulnil +ht
Rolling September 8One Lcaekr
rally.Appears rests on the massive i

as Uou&h'one candi electronic equipment of today. IIigLRght of this meeting wasa

date feels this writer has an unusual One disturbing tact that the hundred thirty-one yellow routes and bus stops have been rives and until the last bus talk or leituie on reptiles by :

interest in redistricting NORAD people will tell you and Brevard County public school completed and adopted by the Ifavc-s Parents are urged to Rhell Murphy, ion of Mr and i
the City: of Titusville. tell you straight! we have no buses will start rolling! on the Board, They are being discussed caution their/ children concerningtheir Mia, Mariellus Murphy of 2917
Well, for his benefit, we plead defense against the intcrcontin- morning of September 8 carry' this week in joint meetings of behavior while !Holly Avenue, Caidrndulc unitThe _
guilty, and would ask if he ential ballistic missile, but they ing 19,000 Brevard students to principals and drivers in order to bus stops as these arc waiting not Murphy hove Just mrntly '1 ar
is more interested in continuing are dedicated In their effort to their various schools supervised turned lure
throughout smooth them out as much aa by school personnel Bus from Indonesia,
the unfair basis that it is now on. find one. More on NORAD later. the where Mr
possible It will take several days students should not accumulate Murphy was on dose
Is this fair Currently one the end) of the school at the beginning: of school to at these slops until five or ten willi the U S Information Set
council member MUST be chosen "If you" try to kiss me, I shall year, these vehicles will have adjust and rearrange routes to minutes. / before the arrival lime "h'!'. Cuiutilly he Is on leave,
from among 2,634 registered scream! traveled more than one million provide for the increases and relocations of the bus at that slap Buses but lire family luis bought Hull
voters (you have to be one to "Not with all these people miles these of students will own home and when lie
1 on routes, It has been throughout stop on both sides of four retiree
t qualify as a candidate) In the around surely" announced by Thomas E. Smith, the County. Ross urges parents lane highways to discharge/ slur Gone She service, they/ will live
I f old city limits of Titusville plus "Ix-t's find a quieter spot Assistant Superintendent for Administration to be patient until this can be dents only on the side where they hue peimnnentlyniu
| the north and west aieas. Cur' then." and Finance done. live r

7 rently also one council member This service Is provided to students Bus service\ will also be provided Ha/ardotis, areas have been reported 'It, the non, had ample op *
J MUST be chosebvfrom among Did |Purl> (unity to duly leplilen In
you know that airmail who live two miles or for those students who are \ to the vsrioim .
1,457 registered voters' In the stamps cannot be used on ordin more from their nearest school required to register on August agencies of( the County IndnncKla bceim.se it Is a tropical .IIIMTAp1 is

"I' Indian also River City area. Cur ary mail? So says Postmaster by the most direct route Service 31, Pick.up will be made on this so that Iniprovrmenti or protection eininti.v and abound in nil
rently one council member mannir of aplilea and wild unl-
MUST be chosen from among Herman Watlwood. He also will not be provided for those day at 7:30: in the morning and can be provided. mall, Chen Archer, Stoulmae
:308 registered voters in the points out the following: airmail students who live closer than two returns at approximately 10:30: Walking and bicycle studentswill \her of the troop, InliiKluied Rhitt
miles for the first two to three
Whispering Hills Area. stamps may be used to pay fees weeks. arm lie directed along (lie safest( who excelled 1 to give a very I
This is in order
Now, mind you, we say for special services on airmail that adjustments necessary for the regular Mr Ross also slated that bus walking mutes\ from) the various- rtvilixtc: and interesting t.ilk on I|Eta.
MUST and that's what the city articles (special handling, special routes be made to determine routes have been adjusted to residential areas to and from reptiles" He had on display to
charter says. delivery Insurance); any stamp comply with the recommendations their homes and school., Students supplement' hU liiluie. an In' REPTILE EXHIBIT Boy Scout Troop 310 was favored
We wonder if this candidate partly concealed by an ovei lap the number of buses that of the safety survey which are urged to use till crosswalks riiKii unlike, a hog nosed miake, with a reptile lecture und exhibit at Tuesday night's
feels that these figures represent ping stamp may not be counted service are available for the extended( was conducted last year. Parents traffic lights' and other and rmporcr boa/ runktriitni and,) rnwtintf Ed Freeman left, holds: an Indigo snake while I
fairness.Ho as postage; postal employees, As many of the requests safety areas which are establish u green liiuunu. lie
for students closer than two in sparse areas where buses ed wet .1 ilij Khctt Murphy, recently returned from Indonesia, holdsan
didn't write the charter other than rural carriers, are miles will be cannot go will be offered( Isolated by Ed Freeman, Patrol Lmder cmpcior boa.
and we didn't write the charter. not required to affix stamps to honored as possible transportation for (heir children. -.. .
if there

lie(he But of was said consolidation.how in so)favor he and feels we of consolidation were about in favor fair with Now mail stuck you deficient matter on know with; I musilage postage scotch tape.stamps cannotbe justify provide By, the special the the are Brevard pickups service enough legislative and Board students buses permission may to to ranged.children Buses circuitous must coming Hard travel trunk to surfaced along the lines stops throughor with ar all \\ltll'jIlI\ ] l f-f '

representation, we don't know. also weather roads must be available
provide service to those
What we do know is that we Parents are people who bear Buses may enter subdivisions
feel it is now unfair. Infants, bore teenagers and board areas which are under the two only when there
mile limit for a cost equal to the are aa many as
How do you feel about it? newlyweds. cost of operating the buses The 20 elementary student to be DID YOU KNOW YOU
We don't care what the solution Board has set this figure at $4.50 puked up there, paved roads are COULD I
If you feel neglected think of
provided, there Is
is but we do feel a solution Whistler's for each six weeks period with a a place
is necessary We don't care father. total of $7.00 for the children of for students to gather to bo picked .
if five members all elected up and the bus does not haveto
The world is a big ball that re- a single family attending the back: up to turn around Bus BUY A
i "at large" this la, come from NEW 1964 FORD
, any part of the city. Or we don't volves on Its taxes. same school There arc no refunds stops are generally limited to a

J care if there are five districts but students entering Ute mlximum of 30 students per pickup .
as nearly as equal as possible. Sign on nudist camp: "Clothedfor will bo charged proportionatelyfor and are spaced so as to ac
the winter" the days remaining in tho commodate the greatest numberof
I All we do care about Is to see
period of time. Each student will students.
that each area is full representation
in proportion to A man who drives away customers be given a card upon paymentand The earliest pick.up In the regular '/ '
their needs and their contribu- is the cab driver. this must be displayed to morning bus schedule Is I
tion to the finances of the City the bus driver in order for the 7:00: a,m. and the latest, except Fairlane SedanWITH
of Titusvitle. A committee is a body that student to ride. These cards are for a very few, Is 5:00: In the

Anyone like to argue that keeps minutes and wast en hours.A the purchased stucdnt's through Ichool.Transport4lion ,the office of afternoon.

point? Supervision U provided at each
nurse got 30 days for pan Director Earl school having bus servlpe I to

A member of Britain's Parliament handling. Ross announces that all of the cover the time the first bus ar-

visiting a field hospital -- .
during the war, saw a badly

wounded"When is Scots this Guardsman.man being sent ---_. -

home?" he inquired. I \

"He's not going home," an THE ULTIMATE IN REFRIGERATORS
orderly Informed him. "He's going
back to the front.
"Back to the front!" exclaimedthe

visiting VIP ."Why the man
Is in terrible shape," NOW. HI AmericanaYou v
"Yes sir, replied the orderly
"but he thinks he knows who

Enjoyed a -four-day tour with Shop in
the Air Force, Navy and Army P; -- T FRESH FOOD

to NORAD headquarters in Tilusvilleand 7j ., "'' AT EYE LEVEL! .'
Colorado Springs and Montgomeiy's r-r { ,
r J vA : ALL FACTORY ', .
We say, Army, Navy and Air Gel F : ,," I, )
Force, because we dealt with l ,

members) of all three blanches. (hoseEXTRA UNLOADING, : Plus ,';
Technically we were guestsof PREPARING, OR

the Air Force (The "we" was % SERVING F000SsQ ,)g
21 men representing 21 papersin ON THE SPOT. J ;

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We came to one conclusion a .1 .',
the defense of our nation rests, andSelections FREEZER, WITH .

on radar computers, telephone i SELFFILLINGICETRAYI I ron '; ,""t',' ,, :'
lines and radio
equipment as '
well as on fighter planes, rock ; "

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., Pago Z-B Tttvivtll (Florid) St.,. Advocate Friday, August" 21, : Maurice who

I : ikN ;s-- Bible Principal--Mrs.-Bill-, -Jed Cox-in,--the-the Call- -- .. las Springs a Lake native Aircraft City.between Floridian Joann at Cape. !! \ : t '

I South f 1.it / / Worship the singing, which of "All was Creatures followed their Santa two Monica sons,

One Cod and King are Californians,
His parents can hardly wait Mrs. .Warren Mount lead Intermediate sons (
Continued from Palo 1 prayer and the children World War
until October 9th when they go During
end some of the. habits peculiar to West Point to see Joe play his "0 Worship the Lord." served In the \. S. ,\ ,
(to (U1e"", The scouts enjoyedSandling first home football!; \ game against Congregation joined in and was, assigned '
the\ snakes and his the University ot( Massachusetts. pledge to the Flag. ( Force Training : ation should, be very Jew says hello to all' his friends After welcoming many held at the
profl!,bU act welt l\ as \\nte estlna. here am| hopes to\ hoe most\ of tars, recognition was given Is Plant In Santa
''Announcements were made of them when ho corned home. for the workers of the school plant is the main !
the' niv'faiatric'' l '\ Court of( Christmas vacation! also to all the children who < plant of that\ ( i | | \ :;:
100 cent in attendance c
!donor to be held this evening per today. While
tho two weeks. eve'F' In Santa Monica, t \ B
(frldaj( ) at" a;0fl p.m. at the
Purlcwiy junior High School {'teat f Birthday: P _rtj Each Department shared were entertained by \

Ail'' ico'utsheir parents and fri l- Mr. and Mrs. Dunny I C. pates tho audio nce songs, Bible young women in

nd.'are urge4 \to attend.. Troop ot 'lOUO, Johnson Street\, honored and they many had learned things/ during of .. Service clubs and ( [
31* wit; serve ai co- olt along_ their son, panny Leslie, with a at that time. Joann '
with troop 370 and Post, 370. birthday\ party last Tuesday- year's Bible laces School. / Indl heartedly) In .
were beaming > all over (
ment for the men in
A camping trip\ is being plan\; \jernoon on his ;first I \ birthday.\ auditorium us parents sat occasion, the :: ,
tied_ tor August 28-30 11\\ Alexander The living room: of their, home their children on an
In for a of
Springs.From was decorated In pInk end, blue
It is estimated I { their girl friends.
multicolored\ balloons were
were more than 200 Maurice and
> Mlneurl I ( given to 'the, 1itle} au,,,.. as favors.
adult and children, in the gether, and the
Delicious of
: Mf. and\ Mrs. taut. Hlatko of; \ refreshments> torium. As the Bendiction marriage.
ice-cream! cake: and\ candy were : '
Florissant", yto'.arrive by'Cessna erred\. given, the children Maurice served 3
HO t plane ot their, own I at Dunn, their respective \
field in Titusvin, *; to 'visit with' Guess\ ( attending were Danny They were followed by ( ,, rica, Italy and i
Mr. and(:( Mrs. "WUHam'\ >hgeemanoti ; \ grandparents, Mr.. and Mrs parents and friends to see in the 12th Air ;
( prange pour;. "'h* tnatkoa Raymond, ': Shelor, 0,4( Logan, West children's handiwork which and after the war
said the\ "i11&ht\ {from Missouriwas ( Virginia; Laurie and, Roh le on, display in the class back to Santa ; ;
.! very smooth and\ unevenf\- Andry', Charles and Tommy they remained until ;
fti!,. till', the trip 'from Dunn) Craddock, ;Paul Allen Craddock; Florida and South : I i t, ,
FlefcJ the ) home wail 'Angle Y, W. A. News Joann was born I .
n to Freeman Mary 'llen Elmore, El- '
: 4uite rough\* as they arrived during mere, Mothers attending were The Mary Render Young at Mich. At an early I (
i one of our recent showersThey Mrs: Kay Andry, Mrs. Margaret cols went to Santa b
remained here several man's Auxiliary of Central she grew up. She t'I
for Craddock and Mrs. Sue Crad- :
days, visited Daytona Beach list Church met on Tuesday High School there F1 I : I fII i

and took a tour of Cap Ken- dock.Mr.. Bates, the father, worksat .t,.tern i:

1 riady. a block plant In Cocoa. They .. _.... .., .. .. -.,.. ..._ ; ::t.
--- .y ---+ 'f !J: ;
nave lived here 19 months. ? f' "''' ". :r d:.t' '" "' .. ; =
''Mane Completes Boot Training ,, ,, : b

Joe Mance, our weUfknownyouog We/k( .n cf Aicn+atlon' ,";;f. I::'fIiIlJ/ !1' 'L- l< : \ ';1, :..:2I g...:
citizen, son of Mr and / :, ; ,4.tj ,
Mn. Carl Mance of 203 HarrisonStreet Last( w ek.encthe, Ferguson nt ; : I
family, the Fryer family and the ; ,' ( WStW6r : ; ; I tI:
left here six weeks ago. ><" ...... t'I
Cato family all went to Silver JNi
to"enter West Point Military ,w
Springs and the Six-Oun Territory <, ,
Academy, N. Y. Joe writes to ('
of Central Florida ,.;
his parents that the. six weeks,
They were: Mr: and Mrs.
wer really rough. .r
Burl Ferguson and four children
This period is better known to
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Fryer ; tt:
: t .
new cadets a. "Beast Barracks" a, :
and four children and Mr. and ?
,jy 1. ; ;
They are divided into eight ;
Mrs. Robert Cato and three I
companies and Joe is in the 7th. : ;
children, all from South Titusvllle. -
t Hit squad leader gets them up -
at J:50 and lets them off at(
: '.m. ; ; ; I
ffpO: ptnDuring\ Each family went by car to :) w
Silver Springs and they stayedtill
this "Boot" time, he ,4
Sunday afternoon The
does not get to read the newspaper families all boated and the 0W M

t : listen to T.V. or radio, and adults. played golf, while the '
does not meet anyone except his younger members found plenty t fIIM
fellow cadets. He is permitted to cf pleasure to 'occupy them fur W :x:
s {ecfive mail from the outside the week-end.
: tip> \ 1 le permitted to write but Cwt r :i

once a week. Carl Munce, his C.B.C. Commencement Might DEALER"a I 1
i father, say. that he sends Joe IDeal I en
news clippings In his letters, The/ ago-old question has always ;
PO as to keep Joe up-to-date with been asked "Where was Y f
home town news. Moses when the lights went M
The- cadeU are permitted only out?". Anyone In Central Baptist t"
20 demerits per month. In July, Church last Sunday night at : g
Joe made only 7, which was the 7:30: p.m. would have given the I .)0'I
lowest In his Cadet Corps. That answer "In the Dark", and MI .
made him the "Plebe" of the that's what happened; at Central /' I -1.9.
: month..He! wag very bappy'ovef Baptist t Church, preparatory to .' ({
t' :
this, aa it gave him some extra the Commencement for the \:.
privileges. For that reason, Joe Vacation Bible School just com 1JH
a is able to call homo- every Sat- pleted. i '\ : I I
(j !
urday or Sunday.
Just as the children were -
During the final week of i' :;: J
"Boot" training, the cadets wenton lined up to march Into the ,"'.il;' !,\\1'.., i
four-day camping Auditorium, out went the lights : ,1
a programin r. ; I .
full military dress, with a 35- There was some commmlon ;'I'-'I'f'B .. .. ::t (h ti! -
the children but {
Ib pack and a rifle weighing 9ftIbs. among younger
They lived under simulated someone began turning on the \ IT'S An ] I" ." ; ;
combat conditions and even fired hendlights' of parked f fern and, ; ; ;

f .' their rifles. At present Joe Is quieted them. f 1r' ,,.. .hr\tP'ut! ; ; ; ; NM
in his but
temporary quarters In the meantime, other members r
noon will be reassigned a per. : '
of the Church found candles I
manent room-mate and address. and this was 'probably the : I
This will last him through all the first time In this Church's history :
remainder of his first year. that a Vacation Bible School i
With all his military and ath- Commencement was held by f <( ':
,.letic duties, Joe goci to class In candlelight 4 I II
the morning for English and in
the afternoon for mathematics With no delay, the children began I stown' a ti .
He .had.a week of light football marching into the auditorium I g ; I M
: :
practice and at the end of this led by the Flag Bearerscarrying I 1Pf''t o t + : .: !l t' fII
month will start regular' practice. / the American Flag, '. ) \
The Christian Flag and the Holy!: I DoAll j .....
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b i I ttf year long the Dodge Boys have been out-dealing every other ; ; t EI

f even outdoing themselves! Result? You get fabulous deals on H i

1 1I dramatic Dependables from Dodge! Just take your pick: A big Dod ,! J I

Polara..a Delightful Dodge Dart. There's a caf for every taste-a r

.%5. 'i Dodge Boys and move up in quality at a price{ so low you won't ; I dM

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W ST POINT MUG Carl Mancp} received a package I I DODGE' Hopkins & Harrison Strets -- .. : -
from son, toe, West Ppjnt\ Cadet! containing; a Stein witht 'YOUR DbDGE -SIMC.
t } West Point Insignia.embossed thereon.i BOYS '



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I [House Cleaning? Don't Throw It Away, Sell It For Cash On This Page TODAY'SBEST BUYS

Child Care GLAMOR GIRLS For Rent For Sal For 5.1.PRACTICE l.
babysit for working mothers 1962 HONDA ISO: excellent condition good playing condition, prices startat acre homnites on paved
AIRCONDITIONED ROOMS mirrors saddle bags,
$13 ,
in my home, $2 per day. Infanta $95. roads. Nice setting; close !III
DEADLINE! I 'm. Dty Before and small children, 267-0288. ( I per person per week Royal -$350. 267--6398. -- KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC but still retains pleasant coun-
I'ubllc.lion For W.d. Frl. Palm Motel 267-4103. 30 MIXER coffee maker, 2126 W Tropic 267-6381 try atmosphere. Priced at
11 A.K. lIa" For MOD. Publication KIDDIE KEEPERS $2995: with 10% down and $40
ROOM AND BOARD stainlesa steel updraft stand,
multi-motor mixer, hand sheer Plants For Sal.CAMELLIAS per month.800LAKEVIEW.
I oeDt..AD per RATES word J YOUNG MAN wants room and stainless steel dishwasher, large HILLS. This
Minimum Chant SOo Open 7 Days board In private home. Don'tdrink gas grill, counter stools, other 4 to S ft. big, $3; beautiful 3 bedroom 2 full
Phone 2679570ClIlLD wilfurnish references used cafe equipment. 267-48JO Azaleas 150.: 267-2459. bath home can be yours for

ALL CLASSIFIED!!! ADO!!! Call 267-8485.: : aftfr 3 p.m. Titusville.PH1LCO just $450 down with FHA termsor
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE CARE by hour, day, or ---------- -- Wanted nothing down with VA
Except Kiubltshed Aooouot.CIPNIOed week. Indian River Heights. 267 1r Stores For Rent 21" TV, Zenith 21" TV, Help Terms. Home Is complete!
5766. used radio Kenmore used automatic air conditioned ducted to
-- COUPLE WITH without children
Dt."la Itat. "aUablaOD NEW STORE building for officesor washers, etc. Used refrigerators every room. The kitchen Is
to lave In and for 2
Hlqu..t For Kent used clothes dryers, car complete with built.
a in
business IS: x 60 or 30 I s 00 children Rent free, half range
Th atar-Alvocato .......".. tfe* ( l Heated and air-conditioned! easy terms. White's Refrigeration groceries 2674316. pay and oven, abundant cabinets
prlvlU>(* of r vilD! or nicotine. BAND INSTRUMENT I v Phone 2673160.WARJHOUSI. and Appliance 719 Mag- and counter space and breakfast .
..y dnrtlMinint which It 0.enn Magnolia Plata, Titusville. Call DISTRICT MANAGER and sales area. The total price Is
objMtlonabl and to obanc the
RENTALSParents ton SIN a low low $13,900. Before
clarification of any advortlMmant personnel wanted to Introducenew you
used TV's In
WE HAVE 4 workingcondition.
from that ordered to conform to -r I IC fabulous line of cosmetics. buy, make it a point to lee
lb. policy of this paper. who realize the Important WAREHOUSE OVER 900 sq. ft., $65 each, take your this home first.$10FOREST
Tea etar-Advooet. will not DOraaponalblo advantages of music education $70 monthly, centrally located. choice, "Use our Easy Pay Plan" Will train. 2675500.
for more' than on* Incorrect for their children should 2671963. $10 down, $2 weekly Goodyear HILLS. Large
liable for Inaarllon any error nor la will advortlaamanti It ba- contact Streep's Florida's largest Service Store, 315: So. Hopkins WANTEDYOGllns1ructor new home In fine location J I
to a creator ittnt than school supply house to arrange 3 SMALtToFFICES and warbouies *- Ave., Titusville, Fla., Phone 267- immediately MT bedrooms, 2 full baths. Wall
the cO'1 of the .p... orcuplol b' Trial Purchase: of a mus for rent. 400 square feet, 3013. 5500. to wall carpet thruout entire i
the Item In the adverllomenLBudoeu leal instrument recommendedby alrcondltloned office plus (00 iq. house Fireplace, foyer, and I
their band director. Streep's ft. warehouse apace $123: monthly FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES. FIMALI HIL WANTID family room. Huge two car
Office 16 MaiD Street offer parents selection from bun eacn. J. W. CnUdr Realty Mattresses offered at warehouse garage. Priced, at $22,000

Office Dial Hour.AM 1.00 7-OW1 to>> I:80 dreds of new and used band and -z.. 267.5563.: prices. See us today. 2111 Garden CLERK : FINANCE DEPARTMENT $1500: down, and $133: .86 mon
f orchestra instruments from St. Nldy Shopping Center 2673733 High school graduate, thly.

$::1.00 per month. Phone orders Khc'-9nt U.li V.U.:?; .M.;I. WAREIIOUSES NOW UNDER con or 267-194}. must have knowledge of office 819-RENT WITH OPTION. At.
can be handled and deliveries structlon. Any size up to 30,000 practices and procedures,
< Notice arranged. Telephone Streep's in "This younger generation b soft Your mother and square feet, lease. 2670564.: Industrial KIRBY vacuum and polishers bookkeeping desired but not es' tractive 2 bedroom 1 bath
Special Orlando 4242401 or visit storeat I eloped on a motorcycle." or commercial apace sales and service. 267.5637 srnllal. Apply: City Hill 525 home in central location. Close
to schools Churches and
available. shop.
641 N. Orange Ave. Palm Avenue City.
!: FINE WATCH and Jewelry repair-
ping. be rented to qual
n. WE WILL CLOSE for vacation For Rent WAREHOUSE, suitable for shop. Ing. Jay Bee Jewelers, Indian i BABYSITTER; 8 a.m."' -:TT fled 'pacyn: with option to bu.:

-, August 29 and will reopen Sept. FOR RENT For Rent garage or atorage. In center oi _River City, Indian River Plaia.1CU. preferably white woman, car Call and ask about this good
!. ember 8.t' COMMERCIAL BuilPINcTFOR town. See 11. II. Hudson at star- I for 5 children. 267-7B86 or 2861 opportunity.
FT. Hired GE refrigerator,
GEORGE'S ELECTRONICS Floor Sanders, Polishers Advocate.
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like like with new warns -
rt 1412 HOPKINS Phone AM 7-3255 RENT lease store 2 BEDROOM unfurnished $110
space New 4 Bedroom 2 bath home
t65. "Us our Easy Pay (Continued Neat fat)
ty $
I en
II' 20 60 ft., suitable fur office monthly, 2920 South Hopkins
x or
.... FACTORY PAINT OUTLET For Sale Plan" $10 down $225: weekly, In "beautiful\ Whispering Lake
Located Magnolia Plaza, Avenue. Could also be used as a
Ideal location Close to shop.
SIS: So.
Service Store
AnimalsAPPALOOSA Baldwin Shopping CenterMAC'S Goodyear ,
$125: 2671928. business home combination
:x: 1963 HONDA :50CC! 2675059.: Hopkins TltusvUle, Fla., 267-3013. ping and close to new NASA
Ed Kittles Agency. 2670831.
CAPE KENNEDY COTTAGE FOR RENT Causeway Priced to sell .t
H AT STUDS EQUIPMENTSales UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house, USED TWIN bedroom suite, good PIANO LESSONS A Jim $15,900 with $600 down and
: Horses for sale. Singleton and Rentals Repairs COTTAGE FOR RENT, furnished, tiled bath, carport and utility condition 1 odd dresser, 267.356! experienced and qualified teach FHA terms
I Dairy Road. AM 7.2338, after 6, I 1
2673974. Construction EquipmentHand 2672210. room. $80. monthly Temple Hei Home Furniture Company of er. Beginniners._and up.. 297.9262. Holland' 122-INDIAN RIVER CITY 4
-- Mims.
Tools ghts. 267-1928. bedrooms, 2 baths, soddec
2 FEMALE GERMAN Shepherd 88 E. Merritt Is. Causeway lawn, central heat and ducts
rUSIIMAN SCOOTER in working con
1958 good good INC.
636-0160 OFFICES FOR RENT gsa range
O; puppies, 2676517.DACHSHUND Days 636.8340-Nights CLOSE IN, 2 bedroom unfurnished condition t 267-4233. dition. $65. "Us our easy pay for sir Close to schools and
1 ( apartment, stove and __ $2.00 weekly, U. S. No.1 2 Miles shopping center Priced low
plan" $10 down
< PUPPIES, male, APARTMENTS FOR RENT refrigerator 267.7960 20 X 40 OFFICE SPACE for rent. AIRCONDITIONING UNiT, 6500 Service More So. at $17,000, $700 down. 1 1I
ioodyear North of Mimi At
*1 i AKC registered.,! Black and tan. 2674316. BTU $75.: 267-8579.: :Hopkins i Titusville, -:ioi.5! 32-Lovely home on Anna Drive
!g;1 $35.: 1408V Carlisle, 267-0171. MODERN FIVE room duplex, WELL FURNISHED. 1 bedroom, ROOMS FOR RENT Rocket Motel AM 7 3097 Has 3 bedrooms and IV* bath.
screened dining porch, reason 1964 HONDA 50, Sportster, takeover ELECTRIC
good washer and dry. servlc on Large 8 x 24 utility LoU
Boats For Sale able. Garden and Williams Ave. er, electric paid, $123: monthly. HAVE 2 ROOMS, meals and payments. Good condition. all makes. Jay Bee Jewelers well landscaped :hmi orange !

WANTED-1 or 2-GIRLS to share 1009 Jones Street after 6 p.m. laundry. Gentleman preferred. 267-6001. Indian River Plata. MOTEL, and EFFICIENCY trees, one 40 ft pecan

CABIN fiberglass CRUISER.bottom, built 19' in inboard, 1962,, apartment. 2 bedroom 2 bath, FURNISHED, 2 bedroom, all mod. 267-6219. 1 CU. FT, GE refrigerator, excellent apartments, by weekor tree plus.' Realistic several I price:of $10 arxpalms ,

less than 40 hours use. Cost 22.26 years old 267-2940. ern, maximum 1 child $110. PRIVATE ROOM for workingman condition, Ideal for apartment month. 300. $2800 down and assume

$1800 new, now $695: today. Own 2 R OMAPARTM ENT. $:ok.Iy ;;; Phone 267-0748. newly decorated all house .! or trailer, 1450. 267-6768, TREMENDOUSBUSINESS monthly payments of $78.63.:

er, 2676441. or $90 monthly; 2 kitchen HOUSES FOR RENT hold privileges $13: weekly, GUNS 134-Large new home on large
15 FT. CRITCHFIELD. fiberglass ettes, $25 weekly, $75: monthly; I call after S p.m. 267-9184 at 419 160 ft. x 2W! ft. lot located 7
l with new top. 40 hp electric Everything furnished, 1709 S. UNFURNISHED 3 BEDROOM Main Street. 730 South Dixie OPPORTUNITY MOBILE HOMES miles from center of town.

u start Evlnrude motor, Tilt trail- _Ridgewood Edgewater. 1 bath large family room ROOMS FOR rent with kitchen Investors Needed for Corporation 10 and 12 wide. (Home consists of 3 bedrooms, 2
Old U. S,1 1
er.11 excellentM fenced yard. 2672674. privileges. Call 267-0610 before baths, central air conditioning
SH accessories MODERN LARGE 2 bedroomapartment. To Handle A Once Sales and Rental I
buy at $695.: 2670943. II, after S 2678866. and heat, foyer, family room
2676288. Indian River City
I -Lifetime Opportunity Purchase. and double garage. Land f.1
FULLY EQUIPPED, 18 ft. fibre- UPSTAIRS APARTMENT, call hath, built In oven and range, TV AND MAID service, 327 Wash. .------- Nationwide market. A- well landscaped Including
$135 plus utilities. Damage deposit 1 1964 HONDA r 305. Super Hawke, I
N glass cruiser, 75: hp electric I Ington Ave.BEDROOM and many tall beautiful trees
start Johnson, heavy duty trails required, Inquire 2573: Titus pick up remaining 31 paymentsof mounts from $10,000.00 Pri'ed.t $18,300 with 10%
er, 1 year old original $3500 EFFICIENCY APARTMENT $55: Avenue. IN private home, $36.90. Call 267.2452: after 4:30: Is Of The Essence! LOW Down Local Bank down and conventional financ,

M will sacrifice $2195. 2679481._ per month. Call 267-3505: : after 5 2 BEDROOM furnished. 10 mile close. in, gentleman only. 267 p. m.FURNITURE. Pease Furnish References. FinancingWE I ing.
p.m. north of Titusville, adults. 267J1933. --- -----.L new and used 2673034 CALL 267-6335 TRADE ANYTHING 852: -Large 1 bedroom, 2 bath,
I Boat Rentals FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS close HOME all coavenTcncM, ". I beautiful hardwood floors, carport ..
-- and central heal Local
meals and diets desired. 267-
HOLIDAY BOAT RENTALS In, efficiencies, weekly, monthly 3 I ROOM nicely furnished home, 8969. as TURQUOISE FRIGIDAIRETelectrie ed in fine downtown resldentlat .

?y INCORPORATEDNEW rates air conditioned, 417 Julia $70 monthly plus damage de ______ u._ __ _i .. range $75. 720 Karen Drive, TRAINEESFor area. Owner has applied
18' and 15': run-abouts. Con- bUett.INFURNISHED. I posit. Campbell Associates Inc., ROOM WITH private entrance Imperial Estates. IRC, call 267< STORE MANAGER for a FHA commitment and
1 vcrtible 45: H.: P. motors.: twin beds will sell at value
tops, 2 BEDROOM apartment 67-7325. twin closets, 1 or \ 4770. appraised
_____ _
1 Call 2676086.Q .u men, 213 Broad Florida's Fastest Growing Drive-In Grocery 177 -C 0 UN TRY CLUB
__ __ new modern, all electric St.- ; i
SMALL: HOUSE, furnised! for one : 500: BTU air conditioning unit, $75.
Malt and
Jackson's Minis Markets. Qualified HEIGHTS. Large home. 1840
kitchen, alrconditioned, not PLEASANTrroom wltli Stores,
clean low rent. 267605f LARGE 2B7 R57 .
Building & Const. suitable for small children. 287- Female Applicants Between The Ages of 25 and 45 years sq. ft. of living area. 3 bedrooms .,
mornings s, and after '. pribath. 2674763. :
2533.: !! !.. :I! __ Persons Selected Must Be In Good 2 baths, dining room
t MDY\ CONSTRUCTION resident. will be considered. large screened porch, closet]
FURNISHED 3 bedroom, 1 bath, ROOMS FOR Working Men.
O Isle, commercial and remodeling Z BEDROOM, unfurnished. Quiet carporte. $110 2670748. Double or single. 267-9370. 3 BEDROOMSSecluded Physical condition and Willing To Learn Our Business. garage, work shop and large
6 12 years in Titusville.I Licensedand location airconditloned, stove .- These Are Not Cashier Jobs and Persons Selected Must utility j room. : .
bonded. Phone AM 72326. refrigerator, $110 monthly 267- 2 BEDROOM furnished house, $1250: PER PERSON seek Be Able To Handle All Store Management Duties. Positions tier lot. In .c .
--- -- --- 4127. $115: monthly, 2675933: 240 Col. Rocket Motel. Mims. done 267- Beach Priced at $23,300 and FIlA or;
with shade The Melbourne Cocoa Cocoa
rear yard Open ,
Business OpportunityDUFFY'S --- ------ eridge. 3097. i are VA terml.1177CCOUNTRY.
UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment Blanks Are AvailableAt
and fruit trees. Eating space In and Titusville Areas. Application CLUB
aircondit' hoed, central UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house SLEEPING ROOMS and fflclen- ,
Market. Insurance and
MARKET for rent 20 Any Jackson's Mlnit Group JlEI ft. 267-4316. heat lovely kitchen range and IRC, maximum 2 children, 2678802 ripe for rent. Ml Orange St. 267-' kitchen plus 28' llvlng-dlnlng 2 bath
X 40 maintenance Paid Vacations When Qualified. Personal InterviewsWill home In exclusive area.
refrigerator, 267-391)9.:.___ 1400 room. Florida room, garage. and Fri Double carporte, Florida I room
HOME( BUSINESS, small Invest provided. Adult couple only. Be Conducted Every Tuesday, Thursday
wall to wall
ment. 267.2488 alter 8 p.m.I 267-4581. LARGE UNFURNISHED 3 bed Like a little privacy? Immediate day Between 4 P.M. and 6 P.M. as Follows: Contact Mr. out. Enjoy carpeting round through
----- room, 2 tile baths, built In range year cam-
APARTMENT OR trailers. Weekly oven, carporte and utility room. TOP SOILFILLMARL possession. EZ to handle. Brady at Jackson's Mmit Market 1003 S. Dixie, Rock- fort In this lovely central heat

monthly rates, adults only. $ $ monthly 2671928. ledge Mr. McGee At Jackson's Minit Market, 805 Orlando and central air conditioning
Camping Hunting : / ;
I 504 Garden .: __ Real Estate Inc home Total price $20,200,
Space Road (Highway 50)), Titusville or Mr. Dunn At :
3In ----- ---- S BEDROOM: 1 bath on 5 acre In $1,000 down and FHA terms
TAKE YOUR vacation In a Floridacamper. New Smyrna. 267-767S. Jackson's Minot Market, 221 Babcock Street, Eau Gallic. I 177D-4 bedroom, 2 bath all new
LEGAL PADS S5c 267-6668
B.g Supply, Glen Schluetcr
--- ---- --- No Phone Calls.
In Person
Make reservations now. Service Please Apply home located In fine residential
ors hUMS: 2 bedroom tile bath For Complete
Double J. 2671584. each at Star-Adeucste Office. section. Large
Call Camper
1'1 .. living j room, large kitchen with I : family
IX: --- --- -------- ---- -- CallFRANK room, single carporte with
spacious cabinets Florida room,
large storage space, utility
m utility, carporVe, deep well, near room. Central t 1 air condition.Ing .

; NEW 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH BRICK HOME $110.school Call churches 267-0200.and grocery Landscaping JOHNS "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service" carpeting and heat.throughout Wall to entire wall

FIND ONE LIKE IT & I'LL BUY IT! WIDOW live WOMAN in :private desires home coupleto household AM 7-0656 %h,r $home.1':100: Priced with $!uoo reasonable) down and at

I r I privileges, 2670798-4287 &- approx. $140 per month pays
'tU everything.

rE 1560 Sq. feet living area and double car- I ConlIIa'l z4Ie. D64-Duplex lots. Total frontage
IJu"tj"r1 110 feet s 135: feet loned Rj
:: porte-garage. All extras. 85-120 ft landscaped : -. a( JII (limited multiple I I family) 2
"' bedroom, 1 bath home on portion
tj lot. Sidewalks, paved streets. (. of one lot. City water
and $10,500 with
$16,990 total price. $1100 down, $110 a 4018outh Telephone terms. (Owner applying open for

month; or $2440 down, $89 a month.R. Wuh4iQton AM 7.2011 963 FHA-Corner Commitment.lot. 2 bedroom I

f fts block house located on new 4

M EVANS; BUILDER OWNER ; lanud RP (Residential Garden Street..Professional Zoned)

NOT CMptll tarn liiUwttoi. fw fctt Ideally located for businessman
-"IICJ.Tilt fIIIOIt, IMIt....... w I, Attention Newcomers Titusville has who needs offlce-rest
AM 72834OAKWOOD SIM .moil. Mi..l...rt""'"nl MMIii|I II 4 communities and dence combination Owner will
Oil Novl MOM > KOTMtyKM many delightful sell or lease

-- -. - SUCH Pool...lal a Iw4 are erSet heatlq, ...iYWoItI1"coH PMIM. homes in nearly every price range to I I fi-mas.Route 119 50 ft.frontage frontage In, Christ-220 ft. }

PIM aid M DwktIwrtcM PNVMe.wrww/ Call for one of
fit almost any Income. deep. Trailer presently on
I LUXURY CUMrn'l i rtirirwutf. lMT ... sales staff to I property. Has septic tank
i I our trained, experienced well patio This lot ls
SEE TODAY lUfif*M*(low' .....r... pump
tIC,....Meets"" ..*",> M*.tla. | conduct family on a tour over; I zoned business. Total price
tnttt M"Mlii''|.,., rwty IM jJ. your [ Is a very low $.uoo( with liberal -

0 5( MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION FOR' SOLITTLE hili'Maw led Iaemaleed.." Paul Conway the entire area and familiarize your.a. C.YIc.wt..Y..eld.sl.t.ad. I., terms.). (Trailer not included

President self with the by actual inspection.

Ia' Featuring: !' \t&:; \ w'. ::-=-=; 4 area I

Nt... aLreer.F..r. NNPN. _Nd 2. For Rent Three Bedroom, One Bath I
r-I ........e.ee-1.-. .
LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL Home. Only $00.00 Month. Call for



I. p 3. Completely Furnished Home in one

(a!' '\tJ.t.r of Titusville'a finest neighborhoods.; : ,

? $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYr a Selling Price only $l ,OOO.OO. t''

1314 South Washington

t TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on IMPERIAL UtoI. TOWERS I. 'Epp'a .e' .. Art saiNmaa RNdw AM 7-3858
& .. Mg
U. S. 1 for
north more
"i U. S.1 to Mims. Continue on one
; mile'to our entrance on right For free Information Open '.11. Mon. thru Sat
1' Win.ileac! or by appointment.
call 2675586. t._.,.Ds Bryan.Cancva'J & JnC. ((24 Hr. Tel. Ana. Service)

DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! INSURORS When.( buyer and seller aped
and fader swrle
tad better
AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK DU1 AM 7.2011Day, Night or Holidays _



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Help' Wanted ,FIREMEN!:MALE. HELP Career WANT-& TRAILERS fpR SSE4JCUS' I TRAILER spaces} rented PARK, I and apartment< motel ,all 2 House? I f p; F.1/ HOUSES FOR SAL HOUSES FOR SAL? florid BEDROOM* room, 2 and bath double brick nohie.*srporte. ,4:

in\ Tifosvllle' Fire pepartmrpt. kitchenettes" t motel. room and! Central: bc' COP fe97203 ..
SrECIALS living .rtcrs, $30,000. IHMEOl :TELV: into 1 ,! GARENDALE-S1gS00, bed '
MM AH HKLf tyjUjlTEPpertjjme. Applicants must pe }high: school .u 0.Rkjgewood MOVE I 4 ', $.
graduate, btstecM 31, good Etfgywater.MET or 4 bedwoni hone! b 1 W new I' r6ms, 2 baths/ completely l g8fLakesatpricedk It,. h
.i :NWJEA ICI4.N, full :ad 1964 SKYLINE in area' si rafldk' Ugher priced turnhhed. $JU month PITI. WHISPERING LAKES, 3 bedroom
or condition ,
physical of
e .. ESTATE 990, tor
$34 5 ? JJEAL : : sod appointment call 287-
1 bedroom. X 10 insurance

2$7->67p./ moral ehara ter. Experience annecesaary. fiR homes Sm.Q doVa payment and Best buy in area tall Charles 8495 after Manuel Real- bath, new !borne, Central II
? Hooif, $W dowh I only $85 monJNy\ total payment Maxwell 267-TS40. 3pm. beat and air-egndltto,ed, a
Apply l Central Fire .. U.
; I bedroom, 50 x 10 $3595 I. .
Emn, 15 B 57 mo. Homes.: Lpts, Acreage.
day jy.LOVELY
tLOvsE down BRENT
or Station 813 Palm Avenue City euif VA no paymeit.! ; garage, many extras, JlS.poo. :
Colonial UnionPark
etftl $30 weekly/ 7:305: p.m., 1 bedroom, 51 X 10 E. Rt. M. WOOD E9T lES, wept M Garden TREES? I HA $550 down. VA IIG dOwn y
267450 ,net 5:30 p to. BELL BOY, full Time position Deluxe . . .. $38fB _772.11 4. St.. Af TT }/%,II\' ja-0 CUSTOM built 3 bed payment. Call Charles M. Mas- .
2 bath home. Floridaroom
I T IN> FLORIDA you say? We have room
-b' sit Oi./ Apply Howard Johnson Motor 1 ACRE GROVE and house fat I heat and air well _Realtor. 2677840. I
HOUSEKEEPER no I 1 3 bedroom, IVi bath 1 1 t homes left, on lots with pines ceptral -con
THmt /have own transportation.J$7362T Udgts. Highway p. $. Titus STAR, 68 S 10 . .. $4495 I sale! by owner, 2318 Ql4 Dole in J oaks, If you are looking for ditionmg, double carporte, 4. LARGE bedrooms, forced klr! ,
after S:00. vjllg. lPP'y, 26T slb9, SACRIFICE ''I | home, not J an ordinary drapes, and carpeting, Manymfra's. all GE equipment FHA 'iL6,yoo,
BARTENDER, In new HowardJohnsoh'a 1957 ,", .46 X J U. S. 1-FRONTAGE" Good s broom i iI' house, but I boflie.,. plan for your South Tftusvllle, Low $COO down. 267-3564. i
PART TIME: sales lady ExpsriCBced bedeoodn ; >>
apply In person. Fred- .irtraclive Shipwreck Bar, Full 2 ac44RTIN'S House; large workshop' I $2000 PRICE CUT, enjoyment I/ bedrooms, call, 2 today baths: centralheat 3 and down payment, 2675244. :

lid:'. 211 S. Hopklni. jrGROCERY). T//tlo. wages. Apply MOBILE 10500. Phone 2674623. Owner Is transferred .and must sacrifice ready for air. From $98 to 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath can be seen Centtnue *q Nexf} pate
ijji'N'Ftrt Department HOMES SALES INGLIS YANKEETOWN valued'at l8tyx> for $110 monthly including every. at 280 Abbott Ave., Indian Rlv .
and Recreation DepartWent. MAN needed to train 5' ACRE TRACT .500. only) $1,000. $nop down and thing. FHA-low down, VA-no cr City.
'Must /t have> knowledge of as assistant -managers 'In editvenleol 1224 N. V. S. 1 Nice, small retirement ome near move right 1n. To a \lively 3 bed occuppncy.COLONi4L WHEN
typing <1 shorthand. Must be type, store. Good salary, North of Overpass large shsdy 'lot, $495000. room, 2 bath home, i>ith central HEIGHTS 2 BEDROOM, shell home, 100 x Iii 1
fable; t Oq1 itid eth piftjlc./ ; Excel. 1losp+taDzaton, paid vacation, : .TitusviUe 267-3081 NW 3 H.$ R. HOME ti Crystal Mat aSd air coaiJiUdning.' The F CROWN BUILDERS 135 ft. lot, high, dry with trees.
rent Working condtto\ e. Apply excellent opportunity for Advancement River. Large lot. Lots ol shado rioderA kitchen asrf arge master I 2678621. An excellent buy at $2995, total
with expanding cohtpany. trees, $9.850.00. Terms; bedroom 1 U x >n ft. are features ---- price Ryan Realty, 267-4691.-
Hall 52$ half Avenue NEW SMYRNA BEACH : ,
Apply Ul General Store, 1961 55 X 10, 3 bedroom mobn.I'hom. close
Citj TRACT In. '
.. small RIVER 'you'll I wye. on Residential ,
Like new Quiet Uncrowded!
Garden crlcu4
2121 SLTWO 16000. Terms.Archie lot Located 3 BEDROOM, concrete blocks, I
oversized corner eep
COCKTAIL WAITRESSES to wort J70JJ5 monthly 267.28888LIVEQMRENT. I G. Eiland, Realtor well and fehctd! : back yard. You A SWIMMING, POOL, a beautiful, Shady Oaks, Old Dixie Highway ? n r l II I li
MEN wooded lot central heat 3 bedrooms
Johnsons Shipwreck Port Inglis Realty, inc. By owner, $8.500. 26707984287EDGEWATER !
in Howard '
new won't since you .
full baths all :
}Wanted 'for responsible position ed3\fkt 2 for only
Port Inglis, Florida 447-2383 from
Bar. Attractive} wages.Apply _. are only grade .
tyitft large ridonal distributororgantzipg $950 down and $ 3 bedroom home,
Mr. f uhn. school, I block from now shopping INVESTMEN
in TitusviUe in A TOP-NOTCH T, room, Florida room
.o. .
MOD. ELtING CLASSES!{ Some medr! ACRfAOI FOR SALf center I I is only The 10 new minutes NASA a- I with a comfortable! home: only close J garage, orange grove:
STARTING leal aptitude helpful but not Causeway' a few feet from the ocean: 3 $17,500, Park Avenue Realty,
this home at 810 De
Teenagers add adults. Make up) necessary. Car a distinct advantage FREEJ 1 1t20 GENEVA AREA 10 Acres near way lano Road See or call Super Market bedroom, m bath house on a 103 E. Park Avenue, Edgewater,
U are available Im I Urge corner lot zoned for apartments
kaflrstyllng and job! pre rCASHfER "atlqo. you Lake Harney $1,500 cash. Also Of Homes, 636 9670. open Saturdays. _
807-6300. mediately. Write for personal! : $12,500, with 10% down.
interview giving address down payment and $20 4 a heat and apaeiob8'cottage.onLake $5320 PER MONTH, $300 down, FURNISHED 2 bedroom frame.
f FOR drive l in theatre, and phone brIT: Box 457. jnonttt will buy lour ova full Harney $10,800. T. W: BRIARVOODJ.tate I for this A-l bedroom home in Unattached garage 267-3268 for
it years or older. Furnish owntransportation. 2 f/eibpuroe/ | ,_Florid., acre mobile borne lot at beautiful Mero, Broker, Sanford 322248J : size, grass carpeted, tree good suburb; Cheaper than details.
Apply Manager, Lake Louise Estates.: for appolntdient. studded lots, adorned with 3, 4, I Rentl!
f'lqrliJ, f eaue.L NATIONS FASTEST growing food Become your own landlord. 10 ACRES tJWv 50, 2 miles wentof and f bedroom visions plucked I. MARGARET XLIKNA, REALTOR 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath house with
chain, has several openings l in Don t tear up rent receipt eacl Cnrlstmas. Trar/cr And Cabana from dreams. Escape to luxury Sales and Rentals swimming\ pool in Whispering i
MALE, HELP WANT' ID the TitusviUe areaPermanentposition month. Many families now reside in this v andrestricted 419 Flagler Avenue. Hills area, Terms 2672321.
Bargain, for cash phonoW2339.
: yw:: ; nrtN; : ----- ------
in beautiful trailer ofTitusviUe
community ,
very liberal company our 1 -- --- 3 BEDROOM Florida room, 2
,INVENTORY CLERfC: Must' hive feood Stirling' salary, visit u. and tel for LaGrange area. GARDENDALE 3 BEDROOM 2
baths available
high! school e4\1 icatlop.! Apply: the finest bath home on large lot. $600 immediately, Whether It's a trunk or a house-
must lave education, yourself ieU-owned HAVE OVER 2 full acres on 3 CALL 287-9300I
pty Hall 525 Palm Avenue mobile home park. down, $96 monthly. 267-9558. $350 down. 2670683. full of furniture you tan rely
i ,
over 21, sol) Contact! position lor roKds Just 400 ft. from U. s. i ,/ :
tt ___ M Mot!! the 7-Eleveb LAKE ,LOUTS ESTATES $1,799, cash, Ryan Realty, BEDROOM.' I bath.' Will. take M ex0ft movers'I to handle,
household Items with
Store office, 803 N. Flake, 14 mites east of Orlando on 4b91. l'j trallet'oh trade. 267.7678.BY your tare.all "
EP.UJPWENT operate mechanical strict Cocoa: phone (30(1635( Monday }floflte 50 Pbon> 5682761TRAILS BUILDER. 41 bedroom, centralair fw" for 'fh. Drills." ;

sweeper.good working Steady conditions.employment Apply, thru Friday. ;- neighborhood p.m.: or stop byyourrfrTehdty T- Hoyft3 t'oR ,i'4T '! many, oil extras.heat, wall-to-wall Large corner carpet lot,, local & |. Movers n inlr O''

Oty Hall, 525 ,Palm Avenut Eleven Store to pick up application SPACES, _FOR RENT Whispering mill Road to Greenwood
and get more inform'atlon. } BFDROOM, 2 bath, by ftwner.Whiiipcrihi 2 blocks north. Make the. Pilir
Cud Moving Packing
) r
'- -- This Is a equal opportuirjty TRAILER SPACES I Stills .re,. ttiooe T terms'with Masonry tec., 2.7.. FIDELITY
STORE ROOM MAN over ZD> )ears. employer. 267-4572. Storage ShippingFREE
'with record-keepmg or clericalfxtoertence. Large kts. Reasonable rentGood
AM 7-133J. Ask tat Lost transportation to Cape T SNORE ADDITION, 1 bed 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH home In .:: Agsat
ffl are Santos.DISttWASHER. FRIENDLY SHORES rooms, 2 bath, large Florida Whispering pis ALLIED VAN LINES
WHITE GOLD ladles 17 jewel EI'| Edgewater.JyApFJCjij room well. FHA, $600 doWl.i fnotfthly payfeenti, : LOCAL AGENT -
U.S. No.l, dty TRfl2iSF
Ljmlts ta
apple ly persefa gin watch. Reward, 2670700. 267-38JJI. <2S Carrie Hill Rd. BREVARD MAYFLOWERCOLD
after ,.m. Ranch House Rett- I MIMS, 2 bedroom cement block
aurant. Mobile Homes > ; J 1 |nstrjjrjient! !| BY OWNER, transferred, 3 bedrodul -, home, large lot. Price reducedto FUR STORAGE1600 N. U S. No. 1 CRATING DAY 03 NIGHT
_. ,
I i bath home In establish $5300 for Cape worker, Additional Phone AM 7-0221
$OJJTJI: }HELPER!: wanted, must HACK TO school, back tQ bud ed neighborhood.. 1352 Overlook I ITerrace. bedrooms can be added. PUBLIC
have own transportation. Preferchauffeurs TttAlltRS' FOE RtNT 0 months' rental program tvallable. Phone 267-7534 for ap-1 Tinfow, Lpnor/ Ave Phone 267- --
lleI/ e. Cope) oppor- 2 BEDROOM 10 wide, adults ReseiVe' your Instrumentnow. IDlIfl'pent.? rl 1481.
'funny, phone evenings 267-65M. Call collect. Cocoa School
only, will 'consider infant.
of Music JJE 15575 80$ Forest Country
2281.- eve., Cocoa. J If f Y94 y real l estate fhtl, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, garage,
.PULDERSINVESTORS| ONE BEDROOM trailer: "coupTeponly :.._ r room and well. $500

I inquire Ouceola, Trailer' Plgbingl Supply to sell, or If you aria do'f, 267-3040.
Park, IRC.,, ; NEW. SMYRNA BEACH Swim We
BUYERS ATRAIUR.* rOR SAL SEPTIC TANKS looking for choice reel ming pool home near ocean.
LOOK THESE OVER 144 lots -- of pre-cast concrete, 'steel reinforced 11 Full price $$18,000.00 with $800.00
cheap if all go togcthef. S3 TROTWOOD, SO x 10, 2 bedroom, 630 to 1000 gallons. Grease e$t fate t use our : /down, monthly payments $102. "
INVESTMENT and and Will small house, lot,
commercial'' equity, anuipe! monthly payments traps installed, tanks pumped accept ) Need
Propt'rti lee. $89.1$. 2,61-3311, xt./208 Cleaned, drain I fields' relaid. Pitt- fied columns. t:1aSi.i trailer or boat In trade. Call
APPROXIMATELY I acres, 5W befor 5 p.m. or 267-2169 after man Septic Tanks, Inc., 267.4221, 4286944 New Smyrna Beach or

rove Dear Mimli.TWENTY ) :.30pm." ______________ P. O. Box 2018. Titusville. write P. 0. Pox 2028.LUXURY .
acres, near Mlms, 2 BEDROOM TRAILER, large -
$f7 W acre. Position Wanted SpaceMAKE
lot, < rooms added with car I .
FIVE ACRES Dairy Road. porte, fenced with lots of flowers BOOKKEEPER, IST with II I I
THOUSAND five hundred acres; and shrubbries. Also small college training position wanted LIVINGNew
}4SO acre.THREE lake Will accept late model car where experience, penman '
thousand and twentyone or pickup as part of payment. ship and references are required & MODEL Down PaymentCash
acres $350 per acre. 247.3485.ENVELOPS. Put full time. Resume
or .
FIVE acres & duplex In city. <: Business Sizes to E. S., P.:_0. Box 56, Mims. 4 bedroom brick home! 3 tile baths, or Trade Per Month

TUSCARORA, only $1,0(10 road( IRC down., 3 bedroom Envelopes with clasp I 1963 FORD GALAXIE $$100,00 $$61.93

GREENWOOD:;Dished. Ave., $11,500 fur for Advocate mailing. Full stock at Star. BUILDERSWANTED wall to wall' carpet, intercom AM/FM radio i Factory. Air, P-S, _P-Mt; &. H

.OVERLOOK IU.500.) Terrace, 3 bedroom JUST ONE LEFTI! central) .heat and air conditioning 1962 VOLKSWAGEN BUS 125,00 59,51 9 J

.. SUN BARNA avRJI.: : 3 bdrm.down.$1,000 NEW. BRICK 3 bedroom., 2 "FOREST HILLS 9 .passenger, 4 Speed, R & H
Double Car No red :
down. Florida room. No city Garage. t tape, no quali '
TEMPLE Heights Minis, taxes, price 13,300, Payments ESTATES"JUST I
$12,500 11700. ,19627RAMBLlRlOJIC R

for this One area.large of the family nicest room homeswill In rampttelfw, A LEFTI FEW LOTS fying. $4000 down and move in. $159 a Auto "6", Radio and Heater 135,00 44.63

ASK about an kinds other and REAL see ESTATEof call or Titusville CHAS. JANNARONI Shopping Center: month For appointment Call 267-1928.. 1962 WAGON/ 100,00 5li5
Write AM 7-3441 f FALCON STATION

Lakin-Gordon Realty _.- .- ..- -- -- I Delux i H

23 Registered Main St.Beal'Fsfate Brokers 2$ -3021 WSJ, o r'' wItli 1961 FORD STATION WAGON 95,00 545

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1 \\M. n Y... \e X11I Factory- Air, Auto., R & H

.t I960 OLDSMOBILE! CONVERTIBLE/ E [25,00 52.07"

u, S. No ) highway frontage (several 70", .,

tracts). __ _

,1;,1 1, : .:'. .irlrr.saq :'Ta.ii.lhej (1958 LINCOLN PREMIER 150,00 46.44

Four producing orange groyes. 2 Dr. Hardtop, Loaded
,1, a. ,J ,1 hiia1
\1 t ;i1 TlTeyrre 1 i1,, "
1958 FORD 500" NONE 28.19

1 115 Acres located North of Mims, I 2 Door. "6", Auto, R & H


Several Lots in Mims Are, IiI' I 1956 CADILLAC DEVIll NONE 34.11
Air Conditioned & H
I' F SHE I -

J 10 Acres located west pf f Mim$. I 3 OR 4 BEDROOM In Beautiful HOMES' I 1954 FORD TWO DOOR NONE 3.5))

FOREST Hll S V-8 Automatic, R & H '

Las paw. .asap saw arr. r gas a, caw aE ':

.. t i.J I, FLORIDA'S &>> M Cotte r Ford



y -

'PAYMENT / aul I tt $15,000 TO $19,000'Several

A Community Of Finp Homes In TitusviUeOnly $4750 to $68 Homes restricted tq 1900 iq. ft. minimum.

'- A LOW DOWN 2 Miles West of U..S. 1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER

BEDROOMS TWP TILED' BATHS .1200 Garden St, Titusvill
THREE & FOUR FAMILY ROOM Phone: 267-3222 or 267-2531


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I Star-Advocate Classified Ads: PUBLIC NOTICES :

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Real Estate MARGARET M ROBERTSON, NO. WM4MITHM Trusties. ot lbs Inlrnil' Improv LAW NO. T811NOTICE CHANCERY: NO. 14484MMICB '
HOUSES FOR SAL DRESSMAKING ORIGINAL styling Plaintiff TO 51(557141): mint Fund of lbs Bid of Florid. OP BULB KIM TO AFricAn I Ii
HOUSES fitted Iterations .....u.. BAM D LBDKORD. In mrttii( In Ik* Boird Room of STATS ROAD DEPARTMENT: OJ' AMI DKFKMI: (! "
FOR SAL 4 BEDROOM 2 bath Florida expertly CHRI8TOPHKH' NV. ROnKRT PUInllff' ih. 0 sv.rn sr'e (ufflt, Cpllol FI.OKIDA..... ? of Ih* stat.of JEFF T ROUSES, JR ,.
for men's and women's gar SON v.. I for 1(1( nil AM. ylartlIs. PIllJMftDOROTKT '
3 BEDROOM CB. 1 bath. built room drapes shallow welt ex ments. Llllien Hudson 267-3158. etondst.'to NORMA. C. tKDFORn (:Itf'on"'I.i ; .* elk, IIM4: will i i.1. Patttiotlsr. vs \
in cellent location $800 down ; ChrIstopher' W. Ruhertssaadder. DefemUnl consider pphriiiion mail by Null .. BROOMS ROO1CRHlfnnlhl
large lot
range $119 monthly. 2673527 after t PAINTING. INTERIOR and flter.I unknown TO NORMA C. IKDFOKOH.nlirMH : Nunwcil A. Hill f. U linn 1.1T : N. MARK. MAURER" OIl.. .
terms 1603 Palmetto. Titusville. YOU ARK 1II:1111111Y: NOTIFIED North Carolina .Hl.h.Mr*. KlorliU on hohllf of fletendsalu.NOTICS TOt DOROThY BROOMB ROt4Ra\
NE 3398 Ol ME 6-0381, Cocoa. _except Saturdays and Sunda.BY I toe Specialize .la array painting' that a Complaint for Dtv.'I'.e. its. lou sea herahy urn I fieri. hIss 0 ko.nfIetll A. B. Albsry' fsi Ilrlth..s Who* Rmirnr I 1,7
House tralh-rs; etc 387-3129 been flM ...ln.l you ami your comiiliint for illvnnM ".. boon JIM .47 5k. toiawlnt dem-rli.5d lasi, I- : OF EMI1CHT DOMAIN 3211 IIIIOAU STREET:
NOW IS THE TIME OWNER CBS I room, S. rrqntnd lo n-rv ropy of I llnt roil nil ,..., *r* required PKlH'KKUINO: ; Al'Ol'HTA. IrOHOIA
your nawr or plraillnit to.ithfoomplalnt to file I IntlFit. IN THE: NAMB AND BT TRia YOU ARK HbtlhllY NOTIflFOIhn
bath well screened air your no pi** lint
ro SEE the delightfully differentnew porch, EErrrLr. on the plaintiff attornry with the ( l r.r'. th. Circuit Court !''f... 1.19.410.1113 At'THtiNITY OF THB. STATE l Oil' in Amnd <'nmnlmnl7:.: for

homes In Colonial Helghti. conditioned, $soo down pat: Oor..* Rtl< hlo, of' the for Sonar Oouitly. *t A .pot-ri of "bn'.p.1 lend I. FIOKIKA, Ulvnro bit* .bern filed x..I ln' t you
3 and 4 bedroom all with 2 mcnt $111 monthly tall aflef ? T3trflEDrsLATIO GAS law firm of toWAKf ANI) m'r'l Florid. and In MTV 0 Co lbs SI anses NIcer In Hciilon if', TO ALl. WHOM IT MAT COCbKN. StIlt you *r* ri-quird in SIrS*. ::
p.m. 2fl7.3612 715 Glado 81 (NIK' :JO/ Hrllulr Arxailo. Copnarhirlcla I upon ROHk.KT: : Tllu."II..1 Towonhlu- 24 knulk. llnnit a? and to all ""*,.nn. sad ropy of your Anrwr, or otb f r..
baths Designed for the modern anil fit* the original. *n- H.> 46.1. (font. Florida. RM, Krvrd (ounly rlurliln' partln. .italmln. nr havlni lop I 0.IMinrlv, t'lesllnl upon tb. Pliln-
family and their many needs by IRC. ww or plartln In tkn. ..fflp* of fur the PUInlirt n. *r mnr pnrlliHfiitiy: rfoxrllml: ; : as \\.8 \ till :lnlr' t, **ll"*, morlia tiff .Un.n..y. FRANK CI ARK
aa architect specializing i In this l Suburban: Propane th. clerk of lbs Clroull r.mrl) on I ember H. IM4 It yoir full lo At tori "Ih'| WlICnmrnrno; ., Ii.. lit or on 0.055 wrtapan 111 I4il Ilk Avnu. IniHilkntlo.. J
SEE MAGNOLIA < l. of and h.rlnaft il.ls- KlorliU, *nd for .lbs '
HOMES! in LaGrange nr brfor* the 21.1 day of HvplVnclior a ...,r.* pro ronfi.ma WIN b* onlondifnltiM OrKlnnl Ao-
field. From $08 to $110 a month acres 2''" miles north of 2019 U. S. 1 N 267-8411 KW4. If you fall to On mir a you fur tIle ...11." Urinun,l.4 al Ih* point nf lnli r* airlll. and tile followlnf prraonInRfthir wr. or olh,, H*>pnnlv* 1'1..ln.
everything Included Immediate >..rr** Pro Con f.a..i will .b* I.kftn In Hi* oomiiUIntWITNM4 f Milon of the Nonh, liar! nf I.otU with all unknown prorlalmlni I In Ib* nfflr. of the Curt of Ih. .'Irrult -
Titusville Beautiful 3 and 4 bedrooms .n.iost for Ih* relIef ihinund, : hnml .. Bnnnii* Ilvr t.uicn: noortllnii by throufh or u.d.r Court Couniy Court PIstIls
you .1)
little f
occupancy or nothing on big lots with trees 2 *.l In th romjilalntPATGI ; :I Plli l l Mai of mv the (.ourl*.. thin''Ikt HIts i> <: l. the pint: 'lkrrif ..- .known, |iriHin. who sea dead a.- Tlluivlll. Florida on or .brfnrv th*
down. Call today for directions. full > at Tliu.vlU n.'k,1, orI.5 In Vial Umk. 10 pule I who ira not known lo b* d>a COLONIAL HEIGHTS baths Formica cabinets, Used Cars & Trucks County' FIe>," ., thIs Ilih da y oAuu day of furtli AuiuM H lUrnno IIWI .'flba 1'iibllt. 11_..... of Un>..r4Ouinty In *n do. a I>....r** Pro Confruo
dueled heat range and hood and .i. 111414.Curt! ,. : l-'lnids.. (Hit I..Its Will : TIIt'II.2.0II:: STATIC ROA will b* ntrrd * BUILDERS rk
CROWN of tIle unuli
godded yards. Priced from $14. )la R Barnra rhjiht if wnV tlaesftlasais II,Ml IIRhVAIIIt. ('U NAMES & relief demanded In the An .*dd"rTi'l'Nollr
Kyi V SlaslsrIbpaly :
267-8f2I 000() to 16000. Call 267.4166 from ('I 1 Ink of the Clmilt, Court |CicoblCOi'Ri' ltlvr lOrIS,, .ihcncVrnt .Ion* ADDKrMHKM (.' "
I CHEVY CONVERTIBLE ta Prvvarl ( Florl).lit Ib* .01,1 I Mirth tine of lot It, I Ion*hi Clisrtilt thill h* puhHhdour .
ADDING MACHINE: ROLLS onlj ___9 to S, sec by appointment. clean, $703 Campsalls Trailer By V.oiinly* HpannlrrDeputy SEA UOOUKTI : IIIOHKKT ) illrtanm 11 JHI trrt .., nr N>MI rlflh Ayes. each wk. fnr four ennwc
I Clirk la a point an Ik* menu kilnwtvr New York I III, Nw York nilv week, In th. Tltunvllt .*..rAdvor .
each the Star.Advocate Park IRC. see Hargrove i iOor I O. HIM 4M:
25c at Rlli I murk on lbs Kxtrrlf HUD N I 114,5 11*. *!*. a nrwnpir" | nf *;f>nrftlilrtulallun ,
CLASSIC HOMES iWART(* hi*AND RITCII1KM Cocoa. FlorIda' .hot* if ISo liinnni Rlwr Mil Go1IIIdj, ,.. 11114 i. II* In II roar,5 County.
WILL TRADE: ear for boat, motor (If At torn,V f., 1'1.lntftf b.ln
point | 'Ih* Point nf n.- lnnlKK Pnamla) II. KalnlikInllvlluallv Florida
f' and trUler. 28'1-1520. nllalr FloridaAtlsenoy Arcadeolena All, 121.. 0$. ill'p"" 4 .IFri.) 11It4. nf ibba ilM
Titusville's Best Home Value oonilnu Norik' 51'! 4J a" W_. rfll rifik. Avnu Florid. Couniy of flrtvird 1 ,al.
fnr PI.lntltfWIRC'I'IT TAX DEE: )) Fll.K ewtOUTIIN : .
This Stands overhauled a .M.I.n.l nf IK7M: fmt t* a Nw York HI, N,.w York, JHIh ilny IIH14I
!(i 3 and 4 Bedrooms 2 Full Bath rot'RT IiEAI.1Au. t1I4I, nf tiriirtrioNH point' !.. lbs ....hll.",-.. bulkhead Flit No. Jill, 11(11)( 11(5, '''R"Iua': IIAUMKH: .
II 1.'rl.1
20. fttopl. 4. T \ I't-It" .
engine very good running condition llnr; '100"" South. 41' .* 46'W loll 4, at.i.l, IIM( lrk of Imilt ('nnrtIIY
Homes with Garages. $493. calt2lT-03| I' --- WIllIe: la hereby' ylvmt that Dr.Iom'e *.t. *loii. said kulkkwil. II**. ".I.M II. KalnlikMl V. M. Hpan>' rl
For Quality! ,_ ___ I IN! THK 'tllCt'iT COl'HTTHK (IF K, i Non-la holder of l. 5 illi>m<* .( HJitHJ: frl Mrilni Sulk Avnu >*puty ClvrkClrriilt
i rrrilfliai. No IMil .lmiil !I .
1963 CHEVROLET: 4 door automatic \ NINTH JI'DIOIAI, 1111(111IK the InS ( tkn>* Mmilh 55" 43 ll N.w York in. Nt-w York ( Court Mili
BUY NOW AND Milt lllthVAHI> tllt'M VKIOKIDA day nt June .A .I.).. HIM baa filed a dlminc* of ,...*. till fmtto SItS I> Nn ilK I. 1141 118.n July ill. AUI. 1. 14. 21 41l'rt.S. > 1ftt4.
air conditioned 1 1If In .tr. haa
transmission ainn my and ms4oattttai
IN tIIANt'Kittt .. a point on lbs ..hl I mooS .blot, III'' 4. imil. tllIl
heater power steering./ power o. 20970 fur a Ian d_ to I h* w'.l'r murk on lbs Kimlrly SECTION", TO"2I:!).94011 .MTATM IIOAIHM > TAX lOKED 511.5 At.2MOTU'
Nothing Down See Us Todayat brakes. Good condition. 267.7678. MHIt, 'R: III II 111.1 M' tTIII laaunil .1I..0n. Haiti etrtirtcat iwohrn'ea hor. of the Hun** Rlvri. 1 ( HKKVAU1): COl'NT !\ (IF "rl'l.Il"TIO" ,
I Ih* Mowing ilMrll 1 .
VKTUIt I. EllEn .. JrualMi, jiro. Ihint- mrnilr Nor>hM..lv DFM'HirTIONH PIllS TIlt 10CP11 -
Colonial Heights,:: 1 I'; .lnllrr.V. erly, In lie ( minlv *f llrevard .l".ic Mil, mean kink wtrinnrK RD No. 1l"( l, lint, 1111IH4. Nolle I I. brnbv |I lvn Ibit 11.W..

L!, Hopkins Ave. South : .. Mists of 111.1.1.. towiltI'lls illiimMw, of ItMTn' four IKft, ll Klnl_ hnldnr of !.. cniflrt, N..
I W'l1tfd Tq KIRKrllV ConrOHATION a Oil' of sat Wi nf NW'i a, dm In mare or less. .lo ih* Piilnl of 5lltiIIW I PIT .bI| ,*:1:1h'| :* 291 h day nf 111*,

1)0'1.,.,..* (luiiortlon| T.t. : tR. Psninnisg. ('oolsinlnq JTM ItORROW PIT NO. I LEFT A HIM: filed aim* I In ny"of'fit
lIes. II .a ST R
267-8641 USED AUTOMOBILE City Auto nnfenlant" len-a. iiinrt or IM (WMIT) HTATION 13U tOO '. slIt h*. mad. application far a
The aimraiimeat *f .the sail. I
r nropnrly tan dd. to b.. 1,51,0,1 11I..n. liMrrtlfklt
Parts. AM T4C88.Want TO: KIRKFIIY rOltl'OIIATlUN under Ih aal..I crllrlral. l I.. ..d Tkat part: ofHnlliia '
n wal :
4* Mill airwt .n.1 will rontlilw nbjM-lloni) tk.. .. S, Tnwn.klu CT Houln.Runi. mbrim th. followriliurlbil **
LOTS FOR SAL! YoU ( lly' New TotkHEKK1IY In th. nam af Will llutkMilrrmml I Io,,. Okjwtlon 10 lbS *ri.>M..il .....j 3* Fa.IoWrllHtd : nroiwrly In th* {'.unl' ofllrvrd
Unl_ ....1 ..
1'os. r54'ilfloai ilit .ha en- IOf Mlit I last. I Hiat of Florida
J To Trade A5 NtlTlrlKI J<:J) Phoulit b ubmlilit I *. tollnwai to-WIti
.that) C..I.I.I, to Fraol.anrs, aoi;ordlni' to "law Ik* uronerly inn Chief Kniinm-r irumrr *f Hi* I lot 54. Him k 18 *
Ii BUILDING LOT with trees. $995 Menials OIH'innbtrlngThe drxtrlhed th.rel will b* Bold Inlrrniil Inn,rovmrnt r lilt.I, Billot I Comm.ni on Ik* Hoiith hnundiry Plat of Ku (nilll
cash' Phone 2674623 GUNS m of Its IWo and lb. tu th* btskest, bldilnr at .t Ik. court' 1t"IIlIn. TillnhiiMK*. KlorliU, prior nf Hkitln I. Town.hln, IT Moilll.on H.... liT. n H II. ST BTh .
i p This Is the official Seal of ws of the >H' it H"'rtlon II. hollar door at II:(Ml o'clock anon Itn lo Ski il tale l Clratallv.ol.elierl. M Kill at a point 873.(ll toot anmmnt of lbs Mid' pmprt.
< (he Clrnt M mdav 'In .
Town.hln Kouth. ltiinit miKt the mnntli otIc'pl..b. The TruDtiw ....>r\* lbs rliht lonVolln West ','*,n th* ""UI rant Corner under th* **lil "" ,urlral. |.."*.| wa
200 FT. FRONTAGE US 1 193 .
I South ..
on x .
730 Dixie $ rAD IM4, whl.-b I I. lh.
mult In .hIs of .
of lo MI Ih.ranf Fi14OlI"West nm Haul O P. Thorns.ns
the National Association .>..11 pr* II tli wrlted 1. eofmnynra II ; Ihi-ur. run Nnrlh
lilt day nf titemhor A Ik
Ft. commercial building 28 x 62 in I**.I Hook 81" t>nIt :f'-'. IWI4 of Mil) IM".I. Th. MO. If ami when, I UMlliT r"'ll| lhi.ni. run Hout *t il '
Home Builders. Only members and 2 bedroom home on prop : Old U. S. 1 !>>.ril Hook Oil (I'''*'* -",*. *nl l!>fl.Hand. Ihl. Salk day of July An mail shall b* auhjn lo the Trunlria 111'18'811"V..t, tUNI' fri-t In lbs 1'' mill ertlflrata shall, n* Kd -
rrM-rvlnR uiiiii .ihrmiH-lvii Thif I'OINT DK MKIINNINd: thi-nt ..'*md. avcnrilln lo law th. Kronen
Association See W. A. Vestal 1..1 limik 21M. IKK hOt. .odrxunl ; :
4 of the National erty. owner (Curtl It. Harm'. ,
Slot phoniihnl mlnnrala an I Imi run Honth' O"H:111"\l : Kal MM frat Inlle ''y ilrmrlheil. therein will .hot inld
Indian River City the H'.', nf llm .SI'% of .. '
I .,4 and local associations corner of U.S. 1 and Huntington 'the H\\, unl) ills Bum .HI fill ilntk f I' In'ult ( nnrtllnvnrd .'tots Salt (1\11'\ ,-I.1 ih* iimrolrumthirinn Moulhr.Kt oornrr nf Morrow I*1\ In Ih* hlahut blildir. *t 'lbs oirtirthnu.e .
( '
Fliil Id'
Scntlimoor I of I ho MW nf the SE', of 'It,. .irirrull I' ounly, .* or thi riinili'r, lkun.haarr I Irrqulril No li I thiMir run Mouth' aliMK: ili.or it U:"M o'rim'k noo* *nIh
: are allowed to displaythis 4 II 'lilWIKhlllJtt ourt Heal) to pay for nr furnlnli it.. ..1.1 \Vi'.t noil' feel: thi'nr* run North 0' firm Monday, In lbs mi.nl* of
Wanted Work Wanted SOY..n'tlnfl Milith' llnnKii Oil' I:..... II''.- July HI. AUK T. 14. 81, IFrl.) 1-H14 ui ,inl lOIS lou aiainii for Ih* InHV mill\ : >\'*.|, lm.l ,,.,.tl| lhi.ni- ton ".|,',mlH'r. A I It. IJAI! whIrl I I. (Ih*

seal: Real Estate --, -- varl,I (ounly, .'loIoIh. ,In, .- ------- .Irnm.llt< .f .< .> .'". N...ilh& Ntt'Mill: k.n.1: .. "mkl' feelS. Tib ilay: of Sb'lOl.nbt'r: A I). IMHk ,-
----- IRONING IN my home, mature .. linen fltt I MRulniit' you *n,It I your .IN riir/ (.tin.HIT rot nitl> <::11 i"V"n* TrlcIre. oIh Ih,,",.* run Molllfl VlHIln" Km. Xfml "' Dmnl thl* 50115isy ',f July *5.DTurll .
t Alexander Construction : Trr.:: Inirrnal Imiiruvi'Mii-iil run"I ollm lo Ih* I'ulnl nf Ib.lnnlniONTAININII 1H1.!
WANTED 2 or 3 bedroom home white reliable. 1408' Carlisle hirehy required ,In nerve S CIII'S, IIIH NINTH I .
HI n' if rlorllarAHKIN n tlarnei
.londlniromiiUlnl lIt 1110 (n-lur IN AND Milt IIKH.VAIII ( 4111.1' 'salaqon,* f**
Must be low down and St. 2670171. your nwir or I HltYANT O.ivrrnd II774 .. I I... tlerk of Circuit Court
Company assume (' nn Ih* Plaintiff ..1torn.y I Ol'NTV' rllllllUA ( air ) mor or ,
I. A 11ft.' W. It. KIDII I I hli'f I'Sllntn.r: Al 1.1(1): lI..v.," County, Fli.rl.latriroiilt .
payments 267-7900. MA II TIN YUKN: Mill III- IN < HANCKHV: NO FNI4IMllllr / ,
I : TrsIrosIIP'. .. Court .Heal.)
"'tIl 11111 I. ROAD rOil ntlllROW I'IT
i 'i Broyhill Development I r.vn.lIIllcllnlf.38IJO,, COlt, silo SIts. Mluml urlKlnnl, 1'110"anaw'r NKI: rOM. I'NOI rtHTITIOIOK .rHI"I Au.. T, 14. II. 211 (1",1.) I Nil. Nil I July 111. AlsO. 1. 14 81 trVl.imlf..

Ills oftlr of ut lIstS: IIRADIMICK" That part. ifS5"iIsn
In lirNCIIun
Inc. ServicesDRESSMAKING TAX DEPD: rn.ui 84.21 or ---- -- IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT or 'THI! t
Childre NOTK OK !,I ITIO1 lerk of lIsa. stve l Cinirl on at' li "IMlnllff a. Town..11. n 50111k. DUIAI, CIRCUIT, i JN
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1 rllH TA* JiSSU > fore Mpptnkir| 1*. IIH\: \l. It yon fill, ) y.lARL5:14 S I'Mm I,tMlTKXI (41.LINO MTV Hangs 31 Ifoalt Z 7i'-n-l': : IIKKVAHI:) CdUKTX.

Cowart & Carter, Inc. Nnllo I li hr.hy .lvim thai E. W. .la do MI. judKmint hy drfiuli will ('/ : I'IHYAIt\': \) JItINC/I/ M>arrMt, KIMTION ON Ill MI*. blnl wllilin SO tori' nn ia-h .Id. fI' FIORIDA
AND alteration, King holil-T of tan *rllflit N... Im taken Hiraln.l' you fir 1hn rrli"fdnnol.d Ills belle .1 taw,' lO41sleen. .1,01.- TION, I.K <"THIIIM'i"rum Sep a r.nl..r Him ..deierllii,I II follow! CIIANtKRT<: NO :2HKIISM /

.' Cozart Const. Company Martha Bullock 267217 till, l..u"4 the Jill liny. of My A I), 1 In lbs roinuliilBt. ri'.. ......,..... or any "titrr I'rC' IrllONIHrINIll THK W'' Tr.. tommnni-. it th* $1,516..nlnlr.i TI<'KCIIKIITINR ,
This notli shall t' tIltlehed05e0p5 clalinlni und.r ChnilM. a5nt505sr| TIIK Sit 01l .. :
1517 km flla asian In mr nfftr' 11- nf Horrnw Ht N*, I SanolSllllahelsh.vel CAMI'1101LLvs
..h 'k fir four we,'d. I I" \lllr lllHIltI ..
Fisher Construction Co. ENVELOPES Business Sizes and baa mad application fo' a laic wci ward I..b M Ihnni run N..h. Him'' VIWnal rialnflfX.
rin-d. to l b. (..uo.I th.r.on. Ha Idrrrllflral the Tllnnvllle $ ."Actv..nl. Ih'f'nloitn' I I. I'D: KITTIEs: Mayor of I". Mil fut lo lbs POINT tIP'I1I3iiNNINIj .
Futch Construction Co. Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp rmlinrci. Ih. fnllowlni, DONK and oillihUrl: : this 12lhilnv In (he Nam nf the Him uf (lly uf Tliu>vlll.. rlorlda. proilalw. : Ihen-n run North WKRMCT LEE CAMPBELL,
rt.erlbd property In th. County( of Aimiai,, 1WI4 I-'li.rid* that a .i>nulm' .'.,'lIu", ut nuallllnilrlnilnra "U'.1'811" rant: 4IM\ fnel to lbs Weilnrly I>rf niiai"l
for mailing. Full stock at Star llrvard. HI.I. of Horlila, 10.,11., (('()l'HT HI-Al: I.) 11.1: lharlia. Kilwnnt, Hum. hhhi ..f She SlIp of Tltuavlll. rliht of way, linn nf Itlat Hoai.II TOl We.ley lee rmpbll ,
t John Beach Advocate. I.ol I Stock I ( IITIH It. ItARNTS' .Ira at law,. .gatnea. ,dnvlM-e. Plnrlla:; will b* hill. on Menlemlier il-lift) and lbs emIl of this enlr c/n Vlran t .* AdmlnWrillonHonpllal : : ::
I Map No. Welts "SubS .. p I.rSlat (Clerk Circuit, < uurlKrevrd liraniira "rityoltlor IHTHIHI a' IMI4, at Ih* name lIme *nt: at :(the lit* ilnn'rlpilonONTAININII' ..
Louis & Brown Inc. 1 see IfiH County rlorlUHy dunning under Charlia J KilwarilHiinih : ..m* I 1.II..n. hat tha rnaular ( 8JSOO iquar foil Tuikege, Allbam .
.j 1 rOT. 28 t. H I1T BTh V. M, Hmnnlir ('1'', rimUm': I. held Th* iiurnn I HIT ...dralnI, Ido nr. lnIIWNKII ... 5'ooarn hrby; untitled thai a
Builders Inc. a..amnt of the raid propertyuniliir I-:; tote link And I to! All unknown, Knnimna ol of lbs mail aimilal, lniilnn. ahall :/ IIY; LAKH WAHHINO rnniplalnt fur lIt vorns has .his
Northwood lbs said cm..IIIt'.le I la.u.d was, MARTIN YEI.EN. laid abnv named nalunl I dirondAnil "- ba In aulmilt lbs folluwlni ,u..iim TON HIKIIIBrI DKVrl.OPMK.NT\ filed aialnil, you and yon ar. r*>
Bros. IMMEDIATEPOSSESSION' In tk* vain. or H. t:. Kkodx.l'nl Attorney for Plaintiff .lIt., to Ih* eleilnriHhull I I'OIII'OIIATIUNHt'MJKCT quired 1 I* wry oony of yourAniwor
Penziner * I Evans: .....o'dln. I* law Ik. prnfM Miami "....101.. hy Ihinuxn, under nlaialnal 1,1.< flunrhl In I he !M!.. ..up.Tb In U H Hal Hi. paa I 171nd on th* I'lalnllff allorxy,
Robert: pet, ilrccrllwd thresh will .b. wild Ann H tl in Belli 4 (Fill 1M4 inn alxivn immi,,I natural, ply? II, R. IIrnh to, 'ml In MOHAN .. MORTON i>. n HaunTMuivlll >

Ronald Moretto in the klh.t nlililrr' at the ourt- ......" .111. not kiiuwii l" lie dead favar nC ('IlAItt.lYil tr..r.u'. !*I. tu I *. Flnrlila, ml, rue Ski or.
I house door at 12:(vtl .'rkirk noon miIn Jt'IH11E'S. or allv*. Cllr rnnnrll of ihs tty nf 'a'rnaleolsl; ,.I MOrtTdAOH rmnrdn.l la-lnnl Aonwrr or rie.dln. in,4b.
tiffany Euildeis Inc. On "jThese!! Four Desirable Cleat Mnn.l.y In In* riMnlk of IN Tillf'IINTY! An,I loi All I artlra llnvlnn or riluavllln rflali.'ll' .11 ..r,..I11111no. IIn I In Morl Utl II. nk till, tn.' ,,fti,.. of ib. Clerk of lila ciruUourl 1
Hptn. .'. A 5.). IBM whlok I. lfc< llalmlnii I* hav* any Him' nil* Aiia-ual: 4: I IMI.Iniroduollnn 'llroVl1155: fr,: :the Justice Homes Inc. Homes! lot day of "iviiin*.. A l>. 1MI4. JI'1.IIIIIDA or lul'.n..l In and, ) lit the r,''UIII'.I, '' of l 50111 ll I 1st lb.woler COMPANY\ : and MoHTOAUhM r*. blolllenio'r l | IIM4 If you fall > do
tasted thla ants "., of July' ADVMM I. 'Rat. rICIITINOF.R .'....'Ib.d |iroirrlv| ."111,1" of, lbs ('H, lit TMua. inrdnU In O. It. HuiiK T*.. pal* ro. lu.lgment: ; by dei.ult 1 Ii.1.l.ftn : b*
James Trimble .' Stabs. of it'I'raSSltYotTiY Itlivard Couniy. rlnrlda, 'lo.will, vllln. II., Id*. with .all, nrllnunreIn lit and O II. Hook TH pat* 8M l valnt you fnr lbs i-el,HI\ .t d.-
1 ('11..1. R. Turn... !\ C'RKttiroK ('ummem'Inn at a .iinlnl. 'tWO: It II. effmllv. ...1" In Ihn nvenlmajority S held' by IIKNJAMIN H. KALNK KInllvMiially nun,led In lbs (tnmpUlnl
William Everman ASSUME VA LOANNO ( lrk of Circuit Court. All .'t'oiII.ee TO of mo bHiat ofFKLIX went of 'the ItS ('ore of Ihn .., llm vulM **.t .l nui'k 'and I ai Trustee and IHINB AND ORDKRKR: : 41 Tt>
Stressed nunly. FlurlJa a-aIl'iNuh.R rtropwdr .SIC quartir of Hi.."lion 1*. .I. ,Imiion taviir tile 'Inlrtilmthia ot Wlf'I ItbLKNIt::: M. KAINKK, *ndMINA1 :: lu.Hlle. llr.v.nl nunly' FliMrMa,
I Wingate Homes QUALIFYING I This I Is one (rirrtill 1 IT."jlh. hereby n..lltlpd and required K. 27 H. Hunt. 117 h. Ih..ft an fjimrldii, Into' I Ik* Clly watf-r. ay*' ) .I) OOl'rll: : unit ACOlI'r.1111.1111I ibis llth day of Aumi.t IM4
of the test kept homes In Im July at, Auf (r>I I.) O4t4. tIle claims or dnnandu i wklib south. two fi. la a point ..,.nc.. rn.nr.lnd In O R Honk. 6''m'. ('RriH' It. UAHNKMllerk : .
1 any Ih .1",,,,. .
penal Estates Hu. bedrooms llly may hav> alalnal tall. nlat (o raai: Ml ft ilinin KI> mil"IIIwdl qunminn SlateS "011 belli'ilt | ," \\t In favor of MARK MAt of th. ('1...,,," (ouri
fl hnin-n. %%'..l 10 I:: 'Ih* ballot naIl I vlmil I E.(<::14. .* Iruiln! and AOHrM: llr.v.rd Florida
In th. llffliof the ounly. "...1.* of |u point : hnh, .r'.1 J County
Ion ::
will h :
ef 2 baths, built In kit Hrvril Couaty Florida. In Ih. nf heflnnlnaYin g\ ||i f, leNT run ) ( ar.ru.Ipol In lip Mary Jle I I'nger
chen with dishwasher and garbage I Cmrthoua at Tlluavlll. Mnnllla. and Each nf you, 5,. a lowlnal.nlllna. W |il* n. '.IHnlrlil" Nrt 0. 1 II' Hunk! (7J imica HIT: In favor l.limy Ch',,,
blNin' InIlllla (
nnilflml Partition of lln i .1111"" riuhnn of VILTOK VAI.LrcuilMA, C"OI'RT MICA
that I aa I
disposal Centrally heated wIthIn Hl valaailar monlha ffimIh
IT STANDSFOR : Proprrly In lb. abuv ileairlbntproperty Ihn WhlHurrlna; HIM I* tl.o.i: I; III*. Truain' MOHAN MORTON
and air conditioned Situ. dais, of ih* Unl ubllotloii of Irtut Nn 4. Indlaa: ltlvr tlvls II'is.-
has horn fllnl .nmt, Attorney, for PlaIntiff
Ihl'. nolle. Sock claim or ilemund ,
ated on well landscaped lot. nd Inr. ipklmi Aynim; lil.irlil. No. TAKIII NOTI'III 1"1"' a 0..1. l>, O. Sis: 455
Ire hnrnby nuulrmlto
m..l lie In wrllln and muat *tl.. you yuu ft 1"1. tIlalisn, 113 1'.1111
Only down and nl o ..>eves roiiy, nf your AnuwwrIn A..n", .u" .f Tahin bss knits fII.,1, ittte Tlluwlll. Florid StlmHr
S900 $113 per I Ills ul 1.c uf rmlloni* ""u.l-or. TlIl.aviil "Inhl.1.1C ..
the Loinplnlnl nn ihs I'lalnlirr alnna'elpiali ebb by 16.PrlllllOrr 11 Kndll. T. M..,...
I and
flea dlniM of th* tlalnmnl I ,
mo. Includes everything Don'twait inset b* .worn, to by she illmnl allorniy, John A. llnrd.. MM I.aim. (/ ';WoI :: the: foilowiog;:: : Ike acqolrl.ll aulhnrllvot A Membr of th. Firm
call today! Drlvn llrnvard Oh. slili. iin'-oai II lIt tll.. "'........111... lb. Uklni Au 14, 81 .
Kail llallln 715 SrI'S4 'I 15,1.' ) IDfti.IW
bl* *.eat. uf hi lllornny C. nr II ,. |
Ih.t N S Mr .
II INTEGRITYI will .bm-omn viill aiK-orillna- law (ounly, Murlda, Sill I fllo the nrl"- "-t No.4. Mr.*. frank Mtrouli; INin *- of She .b".1, .. land' toe tIll, : :.. .. .:
HTKrllTN: \ Vlll1'tNI2FItCAItOtYN Inal In the iffli .., lbs turk of Iliimlomf: pod s"l not forth' In Oils Peilllon; I TIlE: < IRCI'IT CIIUIIT OFTl75
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.l.irl.t No It .
I NEW AND NICE VANVIM .lbs ('Intuit Cnurl on nr In.f.... Th. I.,II; ,.,inllfh.IJ: mnan Ill, ) cauan. via.; Aa rlji't of NINTH' Jl I''DK'IAI L (IIICUIT IN,
JESS W. CHILDRE Imlnlnlritor" of .the Enlal.! lbs 'Old day nf Mepipmlirr. HM4: TOHM of : way 'no. 5 pnlllno' nr "1.1. basIl (.IIRbVAIIK: (.'(lUNTT.t .
the :r.l.'Rlr
4 2 bath Built In iinlllnir iIla".ul
BR. of Fell Flihtlnxr. ilnwiardWILLIAMH nth.rwla the alliiHllnna nf null |: ; i IH.trlnl 140. a II nl, llravard ( niinlv.' Clor1,1 ,
No. II Mra
Marfarnt I ) :
Hirlnrt Mr, n ibId Ibo Pin.rabis if4nnae '
stove and surface unit. Double 4. MKII..K'IIAttorarv Complaint will b* lakvn a* nunfe. JHAN( FRY NO
H. K':. llnndnrm '
and Mr*. Kail H ( arllnni on. of Ills lu.'... ur Ito \ : '
edThla. A. ( ()x.
Located I In fir the rulul:
carporte Whisper- Hamnr l l
.1 I eIALI'5 ; Illotniol No 4 Mra. IC. K. (Irrull (''''''1 In and fur NlnihJudhlal .
_ : Dotk hull ho pulillnlmdon.
lag Lakes addition P. O. not etaMihonrss llrl..a. Mra. Hnlinrl A, '
near shop llrown ( ICy 015 if Florida. will on Plaintiff
) lorMa eaih wN fir rour inn I PMCutlv $ ,
ping center schools and NASA July '1.IIu... 7. 14." "I I (Sri! ) 1X4'" .. wmk In Ih* Tllutvllln "l>r. I U Mr.II. N.james,.,,"*.K i M.Irlil Ma.wnll No.n,1, t,I. Mr.. the Jnlh- lay uf Aiiu.l,. : A. l>. in 14, ... .
.1I __ Advoiai Mrs at. a 45 AN.. In th causeway $700 down FIR llobrrl I>. Navln. Mr. fll'-hard, (lln ( .h.mlier. in lbs llr.v.rd I Cnuniy' rtridanbMITICF ..
lIsted this Idlh of '
day .
VA down Priced Im Mra Howard II .
no payment on.n hnf.r. Mr*. f'.urth..u..t Tlluavlll. Florida, ': OF l'ir -
at $16930: Call today) printed pattern 1IM4 rurlla It. ft mrs.. ''''ill Th*. noil...k.will.",'b ...". fI"ftl": t' tru. Mnl4r" aald:: Dnularailon I of: Taklnitaiipnlnl I TOl 11 Ml A A.u'cOX
tIerS or C'lre'ull 475t0t en.nn' I T.'IM A M. appralanra. and teaks Soc h R/li, Randolph New York:
loll) will clui t 7 no
; Order aa tha Court 'ilm ropnr
llnvard C'II"n'y.' Pints NOTK I I. hereby |lvn Ihal the
This la the official teal of the All part)** I.> lbs ult and silpirtles
MR. EXECUTIVE lIp V. II. )tlsntl'rOtpllty, r\\ KlllleiMayor ruintlff. I AURKNCM(: A. WlloOX
National Association of Real dirk Inlerol.d, may ppr and (' has filed his lull for nivnrc*
NEW 3 bedroom. 1V4 bath central COUNTRY CLUB location 3 Estate Boards (Court .Hali" ('lly of- THn.vllln. Florida' IHI :rr'| II| tb* llm ana plan Ue. ..- aln.t 'lbs lfndant LIN DA 'A. \

heat corTNI p MiK)), 1430 bedrooms, 2 bath Double garage Only membersof Au.. 21, 55 Sept| 4 li il rl II ;IiIlt.| 4.0C41 i T M HI 'iFri( )' : 1. I W II.I'OX. In the ('Icult ('..urt IsS
: ., \ yi Tall ii down $1 Si Jl llJymentin Home features built.In the Association may displaythis *" "el" "T "T* I 5.4 --0-51- j 1 to/inuk.ill," ItlKf Ml I III 4IP 'l4Jev5O4 'nonty. 1.,101.,

eluding pi /UL est, taxca, kitchen Central heat and air seal And only those who :,' rt1 .t i IC .r M 1(4)( ) I'Si'lH' "
: and insurunrtr Screened porch r'HA and VA STAR ADVOCATE'S In {ill I. clifaw I In" Ih* lmv*. llnfnndant la required to til*

financing Price $21,500 $1.400 display this seal may call themselves "lItl.oI (ourt on nr .hftr Ih* I4lb' her An.,.,.., with, lha (llerk i.f th*
II., if N> jmhr| A. I). IIW4 la
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BEDROOM 1 bath wood floors down. lie Realtors Clnuli I:YourS and lo *. rv. a Cup!
2 who
: :: hesitates Is how whit rlfhi. llil, )IIcre. op .
thereof Ih l'I lnllrt. A I-
I gas fireplace, city water andsewers. lost Crossword PuzzleDAILY Urn you or use i.f you. hsee I. '',raryao upon later thin Mplambr. ,
Ideal for dm.tor'i or dent George M. Barley Jr, or In any nf Ib. *hvn.lcS'llbeIiIsnI ilim 10114.FAll. I .
I Sal I >hu":r nose wh* ha *'>mbmilil > ; .
1st'a office. $24,200. Requires MOVE IN TODAY Inc. n.,t b* lkn C.... Ih.I IIM un4| NOT 0' a. default .kaIl.tahes .
ooslsnt ,nil.Cu.lI.
I ...* it forth I I'otltl"
refinancing nurpi U In*
I $600 DOWN: on\ new 3 bedroom C J. W. Chlldre, RealtorDanenburg'i CROSSWORD fit.' ,V 1I.ln. .of R.tb llurneiClnrk llrrull Court
2 bath large WITNESS: mv Itinil, sal l th Brllnf
NEW 4 bedroom 2 bath home with single garage lay: Mary Jo* I'ng.r
double carporte Beach ACROHI'I' DOWN '!t. Sen_ **M knurl *n this :ItINN lay *l,
Built lerk
in (
living room stove LocatedIn July, A l I' 1111:1.tS'iI'rtlI : 1ITr.1'"ItJIII llvpuly
central heat dueled for air conditioning Colonial Heights With city Realty 1. A cougar 1. Ached I Isonu I II. ruKNFi' It. MAOYAII

$18700 down $125 sewrr and sidewalks Price Duffy's Real Estate 5. Slant-u' "J. M.v.., MInwavM 21. Merry < I.HlK: DK TIIH r'Hirt'lT 141 Attorney N M.ini.lla for Plaintiff Ay.nu
9. louree ot ("I"IT" IN AND' .'\>H :
22. UlundIIr ;
monthly pa) menl. Including principle $11700 This one cant last IIH..VAKlll'IIIIH'rr.' Orlaniln. Fltri.laAol.

interest t. taxca and Insur. for long Bryan-Conway & indIgo S.Xrlhncmrtor 2dUk.ty I. KIIIIIIOAIITl I 14. H. t*. *.pl. 4 (Frl) 114

10. A Gnat 25. .ktr8 Alloa, M N.n5apan. j
ance. Winstead. Inc. LeAs Co Malt 21.Coni. II. nIp IN THK ('IH("KIT (II'HT IN AND

I DUPLEX 2 bedroom. large living 11.Mos b.voraga ( It tf Pi'. I Hilt lllKVAltl) t'II.'NTV FLIIM..
Campbell Associates potJe4 JAMES IDA l'IIANI'tKY: NO ZM.'lKll.DllHl
rooms city water and sewer $150 SUTTON & r sideways S. Rot o' llnlllll Illillillnir KirlUKDHON : ... COONI1UII

t per month Income. $13,300, $88 Inc. U. DlYI.tIoIa 1 .. itsuapo. twc TilllkniiM. Florida Plaintiff.- I

monthly P and I I. Edwards Realty (i long Uml fir C'"u.1 f..r Hi. PMII"' nr. JAMES rOONHOP"
puta, 'III. D
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ASSOCIATESREALTY poem 1. FastusI Bot. ., Asawsi July" 81. Au.. T, M n tmi lOPS n..f..d"al.

: NEW 3 bedroom 2 bath central Ed Kittles Agency ItCetUc L Type of t.b .. _
$14 ducI'SOLD l :' m: L. B. Newman Realtor I 15.Tree 29. FemlJ' $7 Iplnnln .I"OIl'IAI. ('I IlI'I'iT OF'" FIIMIIUAunrvAHi that a iull for divorce ha. kw
I i -r taxes "New Home Specialists" Donn Searle 18.Thou: Fr. U Expel: IhNp fll*.I iirilnit you In Ih. Clmlt
Realtors 17.JslIyliks 25, BoTtbaatle toy fH74e5tY I.IN2M:1NrWHllJA: : (ourl if Ik. Ninth Judicial' Clrcnlt
and insuraneUNDER 0"1... Pnonl Night Phon..s S Sydney Schwartz I atibutase. 11.111. 11.-- ... cll.rfall.d IAUL KAY PLMUAHNKR' : I In and) for II,....,I Couniy .1orl4a.rnlltlwl .
t 3 bedroom 251-4f04 ia.FaVlU-Uk. betwaus anlfllsI PlaintiffJOTOB MILI>RFI: ) L. (OONHIH>.
I CONSTRUCTION 267-9440 ::1114o21 W J. Smith 4/Ip y OIIIC flail proc M autO.. 39 JpooIa: ".. I'lalnllff. va JAMES D CnoNHIMl.

I 2 bath. large living room 111. W.... _ ANN nirMOARNFR tirtendial Ch..e.", No. Hum V*.

double carporte central heat. ---- 20.Ilowlyo ,,I i- cr ) ,1, .r. .hereby rqulrd I oa.rv.a OMP

$16,000. $600 down $119 per mo., dT- $ $ $ ?; $ I $: InlIL 1 941,1stIC TO APPiIN:ntndaal drf.awa of ynurss.to war Ih. or Complaint other written tiled.

Including principle Interest taxes 22.Bltandens23Blsro ,,9 III Tpl JOYCK/ ANN IIUMOARNFrtIMr.nilaal ".rln upon Carl O Hwanaon. Attorney
and insurance : ( r .b.... plat of fur Plaintiff' and la fll'* lbs
I I strumpet II r '*.Id.n.>. I I. unknown original' Iharaof In the offlo of <..
3 BEDROO!'( 1 bath stucco lOO x 0' 1961 1 FORD 4 DOOR I TI 25. Comply il You tbr unliflod lh.S (l.rk of lbs Circuit Court of Vrvvard
yard. fruit all furniture romplalnt for Ulv. orra *nd Chilfll : Couniy Florida. on or knr
172 ft. trees. 27Tosaound ,. ''- Cu.I....' Iou b... fII..1 ...Inol yuu. Ik. lltb day of pinibr A. ....
goes, Including range and 6 Cylinder, Auto. Trans. Green and CflflC : 30.:Utti., gIst 0; ass p ass.. required. so ..", a ll111L .

refrigerator Only $13650, re White. A nice clean car. 977J *' ; 21.Inaect r' 05 ( ysor: s.sw.r or pleading Sop11,1 HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Dcr**
22.:Trials I" 'nrnplsiat fIr faivoro. s.d Pr. Conf..n will .b. *alr4aialnit
quires refinancing 'hil.I ( 1k. PlaIntiff's .t you for ih* r.ll.f priyxl
9346 l3IndlIfblJtaI'Ucl 2G II f uiir.n: 05. Snusdlr.., fir In and Complain!,
UNDER CONSTRUCTION S bed SIZES 10-16 ...n.r.. A.d. ('........ Florida. .n. DONE AND ORDFRFO: : tl +II. *'

room. 2 bath attractive front. 19J2 CHEVROLET 1/2 TON PICKUP 24. Perfornnsd25EIltdvocat. u lbs original ...w., or plxrilna SIlls. Florid' this I2tk day of AufBM .
: : ftM. I. Ib. offlu of Ih* rierk ot lbs A. D 1M4" .
$15.2 2 per mo.l''nlrai Printed Pattern .14.: Teats (IroMil. <:ourl on or ".f.... th. had (1l.'Ql'IIT SEA Lt
SSOLD : Include.principle Blue and White. Good Tires of 1..... It fill CURTIS R BARNEHCIERK
C170C Rises! 10 Prtcuu 121 day H.plembw you
ia 14 it. sis. i* Ii' a as
I I. do .. Juilamnnl. by default will UF THE R '
!s aDd In.lurance. lots of I LJPPEN8TIL8 38. s. :
service yet. . y Uk*. 2% yards II Inch fabric Himmir104s4a b* lab 555am st you *' ('lIhRF for I1RPSVARDCOUNTY. r

Thirty,. costa In eolna for JO .. .C mnld In lbs ( .,m:3:1"II.: FLORIDA

** thIs pattern add li costs, 40. A thsoiwsytas Dm. and Ordered at Tltuavlll. BTI. V. 5. Mp.nil.r
NEW 3 bedroom 2 bath conventional )J ,""Itt.. Ihl). :Jtih day of July 1044. DeSvCierk
financing 17500. Down /or tack pattern for lit-ela dLICOtUsIs. ), : : Court Solo .. 14. n, if. ll.pt 4 (It 1M4.
1 mtlllna and Metal handlinr. Cl'MTIK R. PARSER
payment $18110 l monthly pay Send to 170 Newspaper fiU 14.Jl n.rh nf Ih. rirnull' Court '
including principle Interest .Jaufh u. =:"1 )Hrvr Couniy. Florida i"
ment $141 SeeThe I ;
: Chevrolet! tent IXpL, 232 West llth it Hy V .. Cpannl.rlirpuly
taxes and insurance New York 11. N. Y. Send CO? foIl 44326U..IaJS .o f j 4r Clark .

1 Call- V&tn CAR 4 for eec Htrinr-Somirwr' Pat : I William H tlouetlro.Allorsop Star Advocate :

1028 S HOPKINS AVENUE L! PHONE: 287-1254 tent C Ulo r. InelodM' coupon ..... 1 [., E f" Itnllalr' Arrad for FlalallftT For You'Printing

1It t t ( or*.. Florida. Needs!
267-55C3 i
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Today Is The Day !

Now Live just moments' away :
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from the Cape in a beautiful ii4 : ; 4

Rutenberg Home fl '

f Yci, today and every day well be holding Open House In the all new ,s,

Ridge Manor states. Designed specifically for convenient living Ridge; -

Manor Estate will lave you precious hours of driving time., to and from the : i ;,,,,

C.pa. 0 Time you need for relaxation and family pleasure This and more iii

ain now be yours when you own your own Rutenberg Home x, a j i

r Just think! While others are battling traffic and heat, you can be :

swimming in your pool or relaxing In 100% alr-condltioned comfort. So if r

where you live Is Important,drive out today to Ridge Manor Estates, Banana

River Drive and Bennett Causeway. Professionally decorated and land- i

gaped models open daily until 9 P.M. '. '.' ,

; ,. The Riviera. I
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Banana River Drive & Bennett Causeway* ; 3 Professionally Decorated Models: From Which To Choose :

tN2 The Carmel The Andes The Riviera :

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