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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 22, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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\' Earl Ross, Director of Transportation Variety Store to Brevard Lumber Nicholson to Dixie Village to

"i for the Brevard County Company to Curler Elementaryand Westwood Villas to Nichols RonI! N P
Board of Public Instruction, released Gibson School. to Oakwood Trailer Park to Pino awv'
the following school bus Bus No. 161 U. S. No. 1 South Groves Estates to Mims Elementary
schedules to cover all major Dclespine to Port St. John to to Texaco Station Highway J
routes In North Brevard on Registration S.R.D. Office to C-T Airport No. 46 to Southbound U. S. No. 1 THE RIVIERA One of three new model homes being shown by Ruten- Manor Estates at Banana River Diive and Bennett Causeway Merritt I
Day August 31, 1964. Road. to Coquina Elementary, to Buffalo Road to Parkway berg Homes in their Grand Opening today. Models are located in Ridge Island. on
The first pickup time for all Titusville High and Parkway Junior High: to Titusville High to

7:30 buses: a.m.will Pupils be at should approximately: be returned Junior Bus No.High.12 Big Curve on Highway view Rivervlew Elementary.Elementary to Bay- Brevard County Rutenbera Model Homes On Disnlav I

at approximately 10:30a 405 to Sun Valley to Indian Bus No. 157 El Patio Motel to
,m. River Heights( to Imperial Est Carter Road to Home's to Mag- .
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First graders will not be pick. ales to Tuscarora Road to Whispering oon Avenue to Jones Grove to ASC CommitteeNominee r ,

ed up by bus on Registration Day Lakes to Coquina Elementary Richey Road to Temple Heights A trio of sparkling new model inter, quieter all year ruund Inll eimslunt supervision and un- Laurel &to $19,750 for the four
as the parents are required to Titusville High and to Mims Elementary to Parkway homes by Rutcnbeig Florida's and eliminates the major problem Hiiluited seivlie calU fur ono bedroom, three-bath Riviera, Including -
t register them. Parkway Junior High. Junior High to Titusville High. Listed largest "on your lot" buildeis. of moisture mid dinipnc year after occupancy This pergonuliied air conditioning plus
Bus No. 133 Brevard Lumber Bus No. Hi Sunswept Homes to Bus No. 42 Titusville Trailer make their appearance on the no prevalent In some Florida lo teivlco al.so includes hnmesite.
Company to Acosta Grove, Warren Whispering Hills to Golfvlew Park to Northbound U. S. No. 1 The election of the ASC committee Cupu scene today, in Ridge ration Rulenberg was the
Ct. to,St. Mary' Church to Estates to Smith Drive and Laneto to Mims to Back of Kelly Build for Brevard County will I I Manor Estates on Merrill Is first to use this amazing material fame color coordination. professional Located at Banana Riser Drive
Parkway Junior High to Whispering ers to Old Dixie and Highway be held by mall balloting beginning I land. In the homo constiuitlon flail Interior decorating guidance and Bennett Causeway, models 7
Hills Elementary to TI. No. 46 to Nicholson Street to August 21. All eligible This new branch will bring In Ji'llIl'hia. and assistance In choosing/ will bfl, open dally until 9 p.m.
Bujldlng Permits tusville HIGh. Diamond Road to Mendel Laneto farmers and ranchers In the I In nine the number of major In addition to the high quality the most suitable location, In anal on weekends until 8 p.m.
'. Bus No. 158 Lakcvlcw Hills to Highland\ and Hibiscus to. county are being mailed a bal brunch operations on both counts any area of Bievurd County The sales office is bused In one
South Lake Village to Garden- Parkway Junior High to Titus lot with the slate of nominees of Florida, selling In excels of Ktundards of construction, Huleii-'' The three model homes will nf the models/ and home counsel-
Total J $$529,680For dale to Forrest Hills to Garden ville High to Rlvcrview Element. Ballots will be tabulated publicly 950 homes per year. bcig offers their customers a riiniit- In price from $16,500 for ora \\.iII be'available to answerall
Street to Parkway Junior High ary to Bayvlew Elementary by the incumbent committee The piofessinnully decorated unique- service" program, nrn the thiee-liednwm. two bath questions.KILLET.

to Titusville High to Rivervlew Bus No. 21 Haulover Canal to Friday, September 4, 1964 at mid furnished models are fully I ,
Past Week Elementary to Bayvivw Element Titusville High to Parkway Junior the county ASCS Office landscaped and offer the future I

ary.Bus High and Whispering Hills James A. Howard, County Of home buyer a wide range ofexterior
A total of $529,680 in building No. 160 Highway No. 48 Elementary.The lice Manager, Agricultural Stabilization styling and Interior
permits were Issued the past West to Chicken Farm to Suburban entire bus schedules for and Conservation of room arrangement. All Ruten "
week, through Wednesday, by Heights to Spruce (Hills to September S, the first day ot lice has released the following brig Homes ate architect do Kzow"'" fine budget prl e
the County Zoning Office. Minis Elementary to Titusville school will be published In a few slate of nominees for the ASC signed/ and provide the features .
Of the total for construction In High to Parkway Junior High. days for all buses in Brevard committee election: C H Albrit- of custom building without the
areas outside city limits, $376- Bus No. 155 Old Dixie andVeterans' County. ton, Doyle I. Carlton, John Crts hiRh costs of special planning
310 went for 28 new homes, |120> afulll, Howard L. Nail, Frank E, and designing. Top quality ;:
000' for GRANTS
commercial permits Sullivan Sr., and Cecil E. Malt materials lire combined with the
(two of them) and the balance of Benefits Are Defined
Generally, farm ,
$33,370 from miscellaneous a owner\ (tenant best In workmanship to provide
per. or sharecropper may vote exceptionally high value.
mits.
North Brevard's share For Various in the ASC committee election 1 if For example, the use of styrofoam -
of the
Disability ClassesTitle he Is
taking part or Is cilslble!! : blake t
week's activity was limited to applied to tho Interior of
In of the
part one or more (
all
residential permits. outer living area walls, in.sum.
38 of the United Stales gress of the United States has I I programs administered by the .
(Heading that list five I Issued a Rutcnbvrg Home to be
were Code of Veterans' benefits defines committee. STEAKBURGER
to Cosmopolitan Construct. not declared any period of war, Questions on eligibility cooler! in summer, warmer In then
"Veteran" to mean any any such veterans disabled in to vote and hold office, non
ion Co., Box 558, Indian River person who served in the active line of duty are entitled to compensation the election procedure, will b in the rounty--- '
City, for construction In Imperial military, naval or air service and In the case of 'nettled by the Incumbent corn
Estates on State Road 50. Three Further Information on committeuman PLATE
and who was discharged or re death, the dependents are entitled mittee. Appeals from such decisions
of these permits were for $13- qualifications may bo MILKSHAKE
leased therefrom under conditions to "Dependency and Indemnity" may be made promptlyto
500 each, one for $11,000 and the obtained from the ASCS County
other than dishonorable compensation. I' the State ASC committee
fifth one for $10,600. "Servlce.connected"" means Ballots will be mailed to all I .-Office-------
Three permits were issued to with respect to disability or The Code goes even further farmers and ranchers on recordat FAMOUS V4 LB. STEAKBURGER SERVED S EON E

- Cay Construction Co., Box 408,' death, that such disability or and defines "Active" military, the county office. If you fall to BUTTER.TOASTED BUN WITH '
Indian River City. Two were for death was Incurred or aggravated naval or air service to include ballot 1 OPENING
$11,700 each, the third for $8DOO. or that the death resulted active and inactive duty training ,eligible receive\ a to vote,and please feel you contact*re ; MONDAY FRENCH FRIES, TOMATO AND LETTUCE with fount.l" treats
They were for homes In Port St. from such anywhere that If member of palrh.
disability In line of so a
the| county office at I 1123: W KingSt W> AND PICKLE CHIPS.
John subdivision number two In the tho armed services became disabled "
on duty active military, navalor .
Cocoa or call KW 2715:
U. S. 1 near Orlando Utilities air service or died from a disease or STEREO STORE n.7.
plant.L. Col W. H. Boshoff, Veterans Injury incurred or aggravated: Qualifications of person eligible Cr Plrtl. Plata 9Sc 29C75c
L. Lashley, Minis, was Issued Service Officer for Brevard during such periods of training, :! to hold office as a commit. R.gtdat
a $12,500 permit for a homeon County says that in this day and he or his dependents would benefit 'Iceman Include eligibility to J vossMusic 63c
a county road at West In the 1 vote in the election and being a y
Mime age where members of the arm same manner for
that James M. Chewning, 647 ed services are sent on foreign compensation or Indemnity compensation I local resident. It li also highly Store
Highland Terrace, Titusville, will expeditions to foreign countries with the reservation desirable that nominees be currently Will Feature ADepartment ;
build for him. that active farmers or ranch1ers e .
notwithstanding that the ConDo "peace-time" training would
who are qualified for county .
only rate at 80 percent of war Off.rlne. Band and
committee: work and who will be
time ratings for compensation or representative: of the various.. tiring'. 'Initrvmtnts
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Psge 2-C: Titulvlll (Florida) Star.AdVlCl" Friday, August 21, 194J4 Calvary Baptist First Church Of GodThe OrsIno BaptistThe EpiscopalThe

Sunday ScDooUjervlces! begin! services of the First Interim pastor of the schedule for St. Gabriels

at 10:00: am and worship terv- Church of God will begin with church, Rev. Louis Goodner, will Episcopal Church as announcedby !

Church News Of The WeekFor Ices at 11:00: a.m. with Rev D. Sunday School classes at 10:00: preach Sunday during the 11 Father Ferguson is as follows .

4r Wm. McClure bringing the mes o'clock this Sunday morning. am. and '7:30: p.m. worship :
sage. There will be classes for all hours at Orsino Baptist Church.

Sunday evening services are ages. Sunday School meets at 9:45: On Sunday, Morning Prayer

cancelled this Sunday The morning worship service am.; Training Unions at (30: will be said at 7.15: I m.; Holy

Titusville and North Brevard County The midweek prayer services will follow at 10:45: o'clock'with Communion will be celebrated at

Deadline for Church News OK These fttt I P. M. Wednesday! will be held Wednesday eveningat the pastor, Rev. Ronald Holder, p.m.The church is located on A1A '7:30: a.m.; Family Eucharist will
7:30: p.m. under the directionof on North Merritt Island. be celebrated at 10:00: *m,:
Rev McClure. bringing the morning message. Sunday School tor first grade
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There will be special recognition
and below at 10:00: a.m.
Calvary
LutheranAt Baptist Church la a of the newly formed Building
I IRC Methodist Methodist at B 30 .
Pre-mOlenlum Independent Mon. Aug. 24, : > m
Ys' HEIITATI9R Missionary Committee and a special song will be held< at 7:30: p.m., Wednesday will be cclebrated .
Communion
Good Shepherd Lutheran The service of worship for the Morning worship will be held Church and services are by Rev. Glen Marshall of evening in the home of Holy of St. Barth.
the feast
.w fwd. held for
Church, Sunday, August 23, worship = 0 Indian River City Methodist at 9:45: and 11:00: I m. at First being temporarily at the Tampa. the pastor.

services will be conducted ==== Church win be held Sunday at Methodist Church e* Titusville, kiss Woman's Club Building on Hop There win be a Youth Fellowship The services are presently! be etomew.

It 8:00: and 10:30: a m. The Rev. 11:00: am. in the new church Sunday, with Rev, C. W. Nor Avenue. meeting at S:30>> p m. in the ln| conducted (in the old Indian On Wed., Aug. 24, at T13: s.m

'Arnold F. Claus will continueith building located on Highway No. man bringing the sermon entitled" Rev. McClure extends a hearty homo of the pastor, 3374 Elder River City Post Office building. Morning Prayer, Holy Com

a aeries of sermons, "Sing' 50 across from Indian River "The Right Way Te Spell God". Invitation to the public to attend Street. This Is at the corner of Magnoliaand munion. On Thurs., Aug. 27, at

JH\S Unto The Lord!" The Them Heights The pastor, Rev Rob Church School, under the all service The midweek prayer service Coquina. 8:30: .m. Holy Communion.
/for this Sunday's message will ert Waddell will bring the message supervision of Sid Caraway trill

-, ic "The Church's One Found "Th Basic Question" : ManOr be held at /I3: a m. foe tit iges II

lion", based on the New Tent Beast?" Scripture will be and at 11:Oft i.m. for Infants

; Text, from the Epistle ol read from the Gospel according through S ,earl.

f'Iment and Apostle to the Ephes- a. to Matthew, and the text will Youth recreation will be held

l Chapter 2, verse 20; "And be taken from the words ot from 4:00: to 7:30: p.m. Sunday,

re built upon the foundation of Read Luke 8s 4-IS Jesus. with choir practice, orchestra

Ihe apostles and prophets, Jesus Sunday School far all ages practice, snack supper and meet- .
timlself being the chief corner Neither Is h. that ptantetn Wilt be conducted from 9:45 to Ing.

I .stone.' any thing, neither he that wa'I'rcthi ill*39 am. The nursery will be Evening worship wilt be held
,. glvcth
but God that the p p.v
During the second worship service ; available during the worship at '7:30: p.m. Sunday. The Com
increase ((1 Corinthians 3:7)
the nursery will be availablefor hour for infants and small mission on Finance wilt meet on
the convenience of parentsof The wife of a young pastor children Monday at 7:30: p.m. The 11:noa

Infants and small children, ant at a conference" vesper ser The Methodist Youth Fellow .m. choir will meet for rehearsal
with Mrs. Ollie Chaddock in vice only half listening te the on Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. Boy
ship will have its regular '
!! program
charge. speaker. She had come tired Scouts will meet at Blanton
and recreation at 6:00: p.m.
Sunday School Classes, Junior and worn out after a particularly Park on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
in the fellowship hall. All youth
and Adult Bible classes meet at strenuous year working with The 0:45: am. choir will meet
from the seventh grade in
9:15: o'clock The Junior Bible her husband, In the small parishhe for rehearsal on Wednesday at
} school through age 21 arc invit .
Class is taught by Bert Hein, served. She was discouraged ed to participate. The Adult '7:30: p.m.
and the Adult Class by Pastor and disillusioned work
; they
Bible Class conducted" by William Youth Activities Week will be "
Claus. ed so hard, It seemed, and accomplished Johnson, Sunday School held from August 30 through

The only scheduled meetings so little, Superintendent, will be held September 4 with the them

t for the coming week will be held' Suddenly, the words of the Sunday, 7:43 p.m., In the chapel. "Christ Above Alt" Registration/
on Thursday evening at 7:30: The Boy Scout Troop No. 370 are now being received In the' .a
o'clock follows Board of speaker broke through her train ; {
as : will have its meeting Monday church office.Church.
I. Christian Education, Board of of thought "This parable of
,
at I T30: '.M. In the fellowship o i. ,
I Christam Stewardship, and the the sower I I. what I call "The halt. Boys .f the community who Of ChristThe '

S Trustees of the Churlh. Parable to the Disillusioned" hit art Semis age/ are Invited to join MW
Church of Christ meets at
said. "It offers a word of encouragement this group
J the Johns and
corner of St. Hopkins .54
Trinity Lutheran for those who. The visitation Evangelism program Avenue. The schedule of

Sunday morning worship ser feel that what they are doing sponsored by the Com- services Is as follows:

I vice at Trinity Lutheran Church isn't achieving any results" Mission Membership and Sunday: BJble study, S:50 a.m.; '
Evangelism will morning worship 10:50: x"17
begins nt 10:15.: The church Is continue this m.; 4Y 1s
t located on Magnolia Ave. and is The speaker went on to say Wednesday and Thursday. All evening service <:00 p.m. ,
air-conditioned. A that ours should be the business members of the church are ask- Midweek Bible study is on Wed. -
completely
f nursery is provided during c will meet at the church at Bible study classes are provided '
the thorns,
I church for small children. rocks, sowing among
7:00: pm.Thl for all age /groups both
: Sunday School begins at 9:00: sowing on the good ground Sunday morning and Wednesday

with clauses for all ages includ swing everywhere. The results Adult Choir will have its night. Maurice W. Jackson is the
: ing adults. A nursery for child me not for us to worry about. rehearsal Wednesday, '7:30: p.m. minister.
den under 3 is conducted during Those we should leave to God. In the chapel The Explorer Post

Sunday School. Ours is tho job of aowln,. will meet Wednesday, '7:30: p.m. h. ) '
1st Christian Church : ,
In the School 11
Sunday of
wing
1r Sunduy afternoon at 500: S PRAYER: 0 God, keep me .
the building. H -
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discouraged Services for First Christian
U "Men Only" dinner will bo held, from becoming
this time with the wives being because I see no results. Keepme Church are announced as follows

invited also, to hear those seeking sowing, sowing and trustingto 1st Assembly Of God by Pastor Eddie Fine: '

... political ,offices\ in Titusville Thee to bring forth the harvest Services for First Assembly ol Sunday: Sunday School, ta # .1
share their views and answer to Thy glory and for God, 1212 West Main St, are announced .m.; Morning worship, 10, with "
questions. Jesus' sake. Amen. as follows by Pastor sermon topic "Security for ;'4
W. J. Cox: Sale"; Christian Endeavor, (:45 !
Monday evening at '7:30: tho Thought For The Day p.m.; Evening worship, 7:30: "\ J'

Trinity Lutheran Church Women When we are diligent in sewing Sunday: Sunday School, 9:45: with special programs by the '
church. am.; Morning worship, 10:45: senior l ;;
will meet at the the seed we trust God0 ; youth group.
The Bible Study from the Bookof bring the harvest. Florence Evening!! worship, 7:30: p.m.Christ' Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Prayer .

Acts will be conducted by h Wayman (Wisconsin) Ambassadors meet at' meeting. '

Mis. Gentry Greene, and refreshments '7:30: pm. Tuesday and ftiblo This Saturday, August/ 21, a reception Through good: books the cages of the ages may speak to the children

will be served by Christian Science"Mind" Study is conducted by the pastor will be held at the /homeof i of this age. Good books are antidotes for juvenile delinquency
Miss Hilda All
women
Tejan.
on Thursday night: at 7:30: Rev and Mrs. Fine, 2724 leo, and for adult delinquency. Good books increase our joys,
of church and those interested
i tho In the church and this will be the subject presently on the Bonk of Revelation Country Lane from 7 to 9 p.m. soften our sorrows, ennoble our friendships, enlarge our ideals, refine
in the last of series You IeTh/Chur this Sunday a All the congregation Is Invited
group are encouraged to attend. Lessons This ChsnhlsYsn our ambitions, guide our energies, feed our souls
of Bible on names _
Tuesday at 6:30: the Junior I "" 'M'i :3 They are companions in loneliness, friends in trouble, tools for work
belonging to God, being presented
Lutheran Choir will rehearseand at all Christian Science FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE and guides in wayfaring. The church and the church library

the Adult Choir will rehearse churches. 1027 Park Ave. Tliusvllb offer you books that will! keep your boys from being crooks.

at '7:00: on Tuesday. Sunday School. 9:45: A.M. Worship Hour 11 A.M. Books ,help mold minds.

"He that formeth the mountain Youth Fellowship, 6 P.M. Evangelistic Hour
and crealcth the wind,
First Baptist ChurchFirst and declarelh unto man whatis 7 P.M. Wed. midweek service. 7 P.M.

Baptist Church offers his thought, that maketh the Scriptural -THOMAS Christ Centered REAM. MINISTER Welcome This Chur ;h'.feature is sponsored and supported by:
three worship services each Sun morning darkness, and treadeth Everyone
upon the" high places of the Infants 8c Toddlers Nursery
vice
day The early }ei begins
lit 8:30: a.m, with- Special music earth, The Lord, The God ol Mims Citrus Growers',Association Brevard Lumber Company

and a message by the Pastor, hosts, Is his name" (Amos 4) I Mims, Florida

Dr W. S. Hardm. will be included in the Bible I TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCHAn W. E. Kennedy

readings. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts Jr. .
Sunday School opens at 9:45: ( American Lutheran Church) "r .a i Badcock Furnitu J, Titusville
To be heard also Is this statement Mims Florida 0
a.m. with graded nurseries, ,
classes and departments for all from "Science and Health 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE ,: ', I" 1', C.. W. Danenburg

ages Cradle Roll for infants with Key to the Scilptures" by INDIAN RIVER CITY : Bryan-Conway & WihsteadInc.; ) Danenburg Realty
.
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Baker ( 256)) "11\ :
Mary Eddy : .
and Extension for invalids shut- p. '
ins and people who must work finite Mind is the creator, and SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . 8:00 ..an. .\: Downtown Titusville'BelkLi'dsey. a.f. 1514 S. Washington Titusville

on Sundays. creation Is the Infinite imageor CHURCH SERVICES . . 10:13: ajrW \
idea emanating from this ::- -. :' Master Cleaners

Regular Morning Worship at Mind. If Mind Is within and Extend A Cordial Welcome To You! 't'i(. Titusville v. ', : .' ': i I S. Hopkins at Titusville City Limits
11:00: o'clock. Special music anda \ '
without all things, then all is CLAUD I. TCJAN. Patter ,'.1\.
message by the Pastor on Mind and this definition Is scientific. "
; Nelson Insurance Fransen's Drive
"Richness Of Life',* ." Ray Agency In Restaurant

Big Apple Plaza and Employees, South Washington
Training Union meets at 6:15: First
Church of Christ Scientist Titusville
WELCOME TO THE
p.m. for all age groups. Titusville, holds Sunday services Wa wood Burger King

at 11 a.,m. Wednesday testimony
Evening Worship at 7:30: pm. \ Edwards
Special music and a messageby meetings at 8 p.m. at 1M First Baptist North U S.1, Titusville ; i 1 Realty
Baldwin Shopping Center. Sun '('""M. | Joe and Mary Edwards
the Pastor on "Our Worries wtcas
Duff Electric -Titusville to I I Baldwin Shopping Center
And Chiist's Peace". day School for children up to ChurchOf .
the age of 20 convenes at 11 4i' ':\ Mr. and Mrs. II. Guy Duff \ .
Mid-week Prayer Service a.m. in the Chamber of Commerce _, trios! 'I. I Brevard Mutual Ins.
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. building. All are welcome. assvetN NI-? If Canaveral Agency, Inc.
Mims life ,, Rambler ij, Downtown Titusville
Phone AM 7-1343
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I SUNDAY SCHOOL re' ec fl ::5 ; The Employees of

f::4S A. M. Rinker Materials Corp. Suburban
MORNING WORSHIP I PropaneWest
"In The Heart Of The Community"Main *
11.MA.: M. Orange, Ph. AM 7-5900 t ,

& Hopkins TitusvllU, Florida YOUTH CHOIR 5:30:REHEARSAL P.- M. 1 e I' rxrtr/ I }( First Federal Savings & Loan Association

W. S. Hardln. Pastor TRAINING UNION t. Duffy'sMims i Downtown Titusville
acts P. M. -: Florida ,''
SERVICESSunday EVENING WORSHIP I I I" I.. .a: ;: it j Baird's Mobile Home
7:31: P. M. S
i Worship . . . . 8:30 ft 11:00 AM WID. NIGHT PRAYER I I f I,) Town Motel Rte 1 Box 351 Cocoa, Florida

Sunday School . . . . . ? . 9:45: AM.. SERVICE 7:30 P. M. i I Downtown Titusville .
(o Training Union . . . . . IllS A.M.i1f. pis'I / W i '
End
The Oi Your Luke Cain
Sunday Evening Worship . . . . 7:30 PM. Threlkeld's Standard Service I
t'J! MId-Week Service, Wednesday . . . 7130 P.M. Search For A FriendlyChurch" :' b J j 5 State Farm Insurance Companies
: ; Downtown Titusville, AM 7-9927 214 Palm, Titusville
Oldest Baptist Church in Area Established la 4 /

1839 Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention. AIr Your Condition Comfort t! .. w I at tleoae j Indian River Machine Shop Boyd's Gill Service
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Alr-Condhlonod Mother! of Three Churches We w Indian River City, Florida Downtown Titusville

L Cordially. Invite You to Attend Our Service Rev. Joseph E. Bo.twrlfht Only S Mlnrtoi Prom"
Downtown Tlfvtvlllo

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Cancer
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Pine Grove BaptistThe Mien MethodistServices Christian' And I
Brevard Baptist DurlBg the miming twelvemonths !

Pine Grove Baptist Mission for Mims Methodist. hundreds of volunteersof

of Scottsmoor will beginits Church are announced as follows Alliance ChurchThe County Units of the Florida .' )
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Sunday morning services : Sunday School of the Assn. To Meet Division of tile American Can 'e +
it '
cer Society will continue lo be 1fM'I
with Sunday School at 10 a m.
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Sunday: Morning Worship, 9 Christian and Missionary Alii- James I. gin., Yr .
Ryolend, Jr, engaged la year round
under the direction of Superintendent cancer: )
and 11 a.m.; Sunday School! 10 anc. church will be opened by :
Ernest Wooden, with a.m.; Methodist Youth Fellowship John Alkn at 941 am, with Aug. 25 In Cocoa control programs, involving pub' I ,
lie and professional, education, Jr 9ar
classes for all ages, Gels Masters
6:30 p.m.; Evening worship hymn of joy. The nursery will research and patient services. r ela
Morning worship service will
7:30: p.m. be open during each of the aer The Brevard Baptist Association "
begin at 11 am, with song aer Monday, Men's Club meeting. vices of the day. There will be The announcement was made 0''t.i.1. Jr
will hold IU quarterly ..
tills week In I report to the Soc' )
vice the morning message by Father and Son Night classes for .U "A From Stetson ":
: age groups
Rev, Coy Talley of Orlando. The brotherhood meeting on Au,. 'ivty'a headquarters la Tampa by 1 ne alb;d
Tuesday, 7 p.m., Boy Scout New Call For Faithfulness" will
evening service will begin at Troop 360Monday, be the topic of discussion for the 25 at King Street Baptist Church James R Ryoland Jr, I.du la )Harry P. Creep, Ft Lauderdale, :' -

6:30 p,m, with Training Course \ Aug 31, registration Adult Bible clue which. la in Cocoa with a highlight of theprogram trial art Instructor at Gibson this year's volunteer Crusade
Chilrmaa,
The evening worship service will for the Merry Midget Kindergarten taught 1 by thepastor.. to. be in illustrated School |Ia Tltusvllle was grad| 1 ....
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I a. Green's, report stated that as .
begin at 730: with by
message at the church from 9 to "The Triple You" will 'be the presentation of the journeys of f weed from Stepson\ University at at August IS, contributions ) :W'I: ,
the
pastor. 11 ..m. sermon topic during the 11:DO the AfMwtte Paul. summer commencement on August amounting to more than $1,114.- 'I. 'c ,

Tuesday evening at 7:30: a.m, worship 'Thennc... of the meeting will be ,11 t 7th. He received the degree J MM hid been made to the SIICi i 1I! ili a :..,.. ,
choir
practice Wednesday evening of
; Master ot Arts la Education
7:30: prayer meeting; Thursday Central Baptist The Christian Cadets and Sen- "Paul a Spokesman for God," ." with a major In Administration,. I'I let,'. cancer control fund by o 1_

evening, 7:30, Ladies Auxiliary ior AYF. and the piriMlan Doyle Carbon association president '1. and Supervision) 4RjoUnd I Florida citizens, btninesurs i Inni -- -

will meet for fellowship and Services for Central Baptist workers council will meet. at will be in charge of the I I N' attended < \ trie'! and organizationsIt LOCAL DELEGATES Beverly Jacobson left; and
Church of Indian River City are 8:30 p.m. 1 public sthoot teat also reported'' thatfot1ytwo '
Bible study.Saturday meptihgPresenting In Brrvardt Linda Lundy are in Detroit for the Luther League Convention -
county graduating
announced as follows by D, V.
county units hid!
"Fascinating and Useful CornInns" t'I ex-
evening at 7:30: the | from Stone High School of the American Luther Church.
talk Melbourne
McAllister, pastor: the on Paulatravels seeded their and
goals the
Southeast Local Assoc. meeting will be the sermon topic I'' remaining I
Sunday: Sunday School 9:45: will be Cot. J. Newton In 104S a* class ...-
during the evening service, at twenty-five ACS Units
will be held at the Forrest Ave.
a.m.; Morning worship 11, with In utatorlan. lie attended! Florida would add to the fund before
Baptist Church, which time there will be special Cox. Deputy Canaveral Engineer I
Field Sec>. Jane R. Thompson Memorial College at St. Augustine
August U which
marks till end
hymn singing.Wednesday I"t
En-
of the U. S. Corps of
Army
r speaking; Youth choir practice, receiving the Bachelor of the Society's fiscal
year. Announcing Registration
.,J """First Missionary 6 p.m.; Training Union, 8:30: ; 7:SO p.m., Prayer guwrs: An enthusiastic photographer of Science degree In IBM/ with a On commenting on the Cru

Evening worship, 7:30.: Fellowship and Bible study Col Cox will show. MI major In Industrial ante. Bade which he headed (this ,

First Missionary Baptist Tuesday, 7:30: p.m., YWA Thursday, 7:30: ,.m., The Ladle many of hi* best slides taken I Iflurlng Ip' He was employed as a teacher Creep credited the dedicated year MERRY MIDGETS KINDERGARTENMims

Church of Indian River City meeting, Missionary\ Prayer Fellowship.This a recent three-year tour i' In the adult education program services of the more 'than 00,

Eld. Howard Thornton, Pastor, Wednesday, 8:30: p.m., officers church' opens its doors >o' of duty in Italy: Greece and'in at Melbourne until he was in 000 men and 'women volunteerswho Methodist Church

announced services as follows: and teachers meeting and Beginner anyone wh. withes to worship Turkey as he describes the ex- r' ducted Into the army early In have participated in the

Sunday: 9:45: am, Sunday and Primary Sunbeams, from the Lord God and leek spiritual help tenslve mUsionary! journeys of 1951 Upon discharge from the "dollars ,,against>> cancer drive MONDAY AUGUST 31-9.1 1 A.M.

School, classes for all ages, nursery Junior GA's and RA'. 7:30, the Apostle Paul. army he was employed as Industrial He ,also/ commended them for

provided: 11:00: '.m. Morning Prayer meeting. arts leather In the J the dual service which they
Worship, 6:30 p.m. Baptist Bellwood Baptist The meeting will open at 6:30: R E. Lee High School at Jasper, performed" -that of distributingcancer For Information Call
Thursday, 10 '
a.m., women'avisitatlon II
Turning Course, classes for all pm with a barbecue supper ; where ho served until 1956, when educational liuratur Bob Porter AM 7-4661
7:30 men's as
: vis
p.m., with CcL Cox scheduled to
7:30: .m. Evening Wor Bellwood Baptist Church scnr to he
ages; p itation. came to Tltusvllle, they sought\: donation to carryon
ices are announced as followsby speak at 8:30.: He Will be Introduced -
ship.Tuesday Friday, 10:30: to 3:30: GA Associational D. E. Chief of Ryolnnd set an Impressive the fight against the disease
7:30 Ladles the pastor, Br Herbert by Eppcrt,
: : m.
p meeting at King St. Construction record while! at Stetson He was which Is\ lUll taking tho lives of
Walter the Canaveral District's
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Auxiliary Meeting Baptiit, Cocoa. chosen in 1963 as a participantin more than 9040 Floridians annually
Division and stewardship
Sunday School 145 PUBLICIZE YOUR
: a.m.; a summer Institute .
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid- sponsored
Brevard
p.m. chairman of the
First Christian IRC Morning worship, U. by the Fund for the Advancement
Week Prayer Service, Study This chapel Is a mission of Baptist Association. of Education and If* been a gratifying and SERVICES OR
Course by Eld. Thornton; 8:30 First support hrart.warming' for
Christian experience
Church of Indian Central Baptist Church of radian
Ushers for the meeting will .et Adult Choir Rehearsal "
p.m., River me, Creep said, "to know that
holds River
City its City.
services .
1000 Ladies be I.ndon Hatch,. Jim Morgan, project. "A Comparative SPECIAL EVENTSON
Thursday : .
in the IRC Civic Center so many thousands of our fellowFlorldl.n.
Garland Shoemaker and Larry Study of the Academic Achievemcnt
Visitation; 7:15: p.m., Men's Visitation Sunday Bible School give freely of their
9am ; St. Teresa's CatholicHours Williams, Handling the supper In Junior High Schoolof THIS
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7:00
; : p m", Beginners Morning worship, 10 a.m. with SruUinls efforts, time and money -
arrangements Carl I Kiser, Who Attended Urban
art
Choir Rehearsal; 730: p.m. Jun Bruce because they want to save
Spitler bringing the message of worship at| St Ter Louis Alderman, Bill Pcnley and Rural Elementary/ Schools", help .
iors Choir Rehearsal. ee.', Catholic Chun art. announced John Henderson and Spurgeon wan described by his oral examining lives and hasten the day when Vault! b. pleased/ with the Nip**** YI" par .>.. r*..MN

A business meeting will follow as follow by Rev. Tucker The welcome and board as being an exceptionally research will break through for the people/ sf North Brtvarst County through' Nws. l.*r>A V.at. I

Jehovah's WitnessesThe the worship s rv1te.Church Father John B. OHare, pastor parking ownmittee is compilsed thorough and comprehensive a glorious/ curl for cancer" church page. A paid advertisement/ the .r.. of this/ ..nrMunc.in.ntwill ,

Weekly Masses: Monday of Grad Morton, James Soy study. A'' resume of the hit you only $).M per lisu, ,Call M7-M31 rev the ""..*. i ief

program for the coming Of God through Friday, ( ..m., Saturday mour, Arnold Mallard, Dave study I Is being considered r or ENVELOPES Business Slae. ens of cur advertising. men.
week at the Kingdom Hall, 1422 Also Kraft Xnv.iope. with clasp
9 a m Malone S i E.: Jenkins, Bob Blu- publication by one ol fled leading I
I I''I Norwood Ave, ia announced by Of ProphecyServices for mailing, Full stock at Star.Advocate
L. D, Shawver, local presiding Confession Saturdays, 4:08. bluglv-and Ted Muaicluk. educational JburnaU.' 1 1Friday 1I 1l
for the Church of God 5:00: and 7:110-8:00: : p.m, ..
minister as follows:
Prophecy, UU Norwood Ave.,
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Sunday at 3 p.m. a Public O A, -Dividing, pastor, are announced First Presbyterian the topic:, "Vertical Living". T pr'e ,I t, 9cs?.

Bible lecture will be given by a as follows: There Is a church hour nursery;

representative of the Watchtower Sunday: Sunday School, 9:41am Titusville Assembly 99, Order for children to age six. of

I Society, L. Linder, whose .; Morning worship 11 a.m. of Rainbow will be guests at the ;.t 6Q ', a I

subject is, "How To Pray and Tuesday, Prayer service and 10:is worship service Sunday Sunday School, with classesfor

Be Heard By God." Followingthe Bible study, 7:30: p.m, morning at First Presbyterian all ages, convenes at 9 I 41 a '

lecture at, 41: } p.nu the Friday, Youth service, 7:30: Church The Rev. Charles W. clock.. Sunday evening Youth i1

weekly Bible Study will be held _p.m. Bates, pastor, will preach on Groups resume September 13
on the subject "Meeting Today

Problems with Courage, and gc

Faithful Endurance In the Timeof too
the End"

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Every Tuesday at 8:00: p.m. i

another Bible study is held on, +

"Babylon the Great Has Fallen, ,lie

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Thursday at 7:30: p.m. the The- .ii-i--- I f r It y K ( "'k r a>nn ae41 e 1 eYt ,are '"r f. lt R, I'' ""h. r

ocratic Ministry School, Is conducted ,Y

followed at 8:30: p.m. by Y .

the weekly service meeting. l ;4 ; I I 5 .i lt 1, yF (1

!OTU n' "I"" II Tit'\I Till TOItJUi''Tt.
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In compliance with Houm lull No. '
117S, thnplrr Number. 2>+r9M I.awe cu rl***+"* F
of florid, Act of 1941 the under-,
lord will ruteler with the Clerk
of the circuit Court In llrevard F i A '
County, Hnrlda, upon receipt of ,
proof of publication of thli notice. orUatae
the followlnc fMltloue name.lowltNationwide :
Tin Company undo
which w.. ar. sated In bu.I... atTilunvllle
Mori la. and thai the undeplaned i
are the onlr persona Intvreiled -
In aalil biMlnrM.
Slued at Tliuivlll Flnrlrta. thle
6th day cot A IBUHI, A. D. 19H4Virnon .
E. CroebvHobrrt '
R. OroibjfIt
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they'll I come gloriously true! Open a savings account ) t t'4 rt'ri' r. w hr G ., ry nrr, '

This here, and set up a schedule of systematic deposits that ,

I II will add up to "what it will take" in the way of money,

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:=_ MISTER BREGER traveling can't loseThe

V Iw.an....,, leis wall?wt..o money you

Ann Landers
II best way to carry money when you travel They are accepted like cash wherever you go

is NOT to carry money. Instead, carry First for whatever you want to buy.

National City Travelers Checks which we can sell
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Arm Yourself you. (They're the "official 'Travelers Checks" ol The only thing you have to be careful about Is

... 4 the New York World's Fair.)
f not to sign them until you are ready to use them.
t Dear Ann Landers: This letJter married he gave each a mm of ,

it no gag. I'm dead terlous money to help them get started. If you lose these or have them stolen (not these Travelers Checks in denominations
and I need look The oldest brother used his mon You can get -
I
some help. fMIfIPNIAr likely) and report the loss or theft at once, you

,like Marlon Brando and It'. ruin ey to return to college for a mas : ; can get your money back in a hurry anywhere on of $10, $20, $50, $100 or $500, and

ing my life ter' degree. The second bro w $ earth. you'll be surprised how little they cost.

j j. I'm 30 yean old, happily ther made a down-payment on

married and the father of three a beautiful bungalow. My sisters y yIN

children. I'm a steady churchgoer bought furniture. P INDIAN RIVER PLAZA,

The problem ii my fiance. He national bank

The girl who rum the elevator does not believe in accepting brevard t 1 STATE ROAD 50

.In thii building take me downto money from parents. I have %$

the basement, pushes the atop great respect for his spirit of independence

button and tries to get friendly. but I also feel I'm PENDINii our -- --

The baby litter keep askingme entitled to the same amount my LOOK AT THESE WHERE'S' OUR OLP-FASHIONEP t

to kits her goodnight when brothers and sisters received. HEADLINESWHAT'S/ FEELING FOR HUMANITY WERE: \

I drive her home because I am Will you give ua your opinion, %: c f: ARE OUR MORAL STANDARDS f

10 "mature" and she is sick of please? NO ORPHAN ME .I .. H r .,- .. HAPPENED WHERE ARE TUB I PEALS
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blah school boys. Dear No Orphan You: It I S 1 a '' OUR COUNTRY 1

When I atop at a lunch counter seems clear these sums of mon- :"How SOON :you start?" I I.traiaht. { T' FOUNDED WAS i PROBABLY IN CHIP'S'

women come over and ask ey have been wedding gifts. off f .1b ,f ROOM

for my autograph. I tell them Your fiance should not insult .
And for beaven'i are hereafter pertain to
they are mistaken but they lit your father by refusing to accept or bu'l: with In, or on said i I

down anyway and want to get such a gift take DO it premises, even though they be 8.71
Ann Lander will b. glad to detached or detachable rd
acquainted. WITNESS my hand and the seal VW6tNG !
After marriage, however, help you with your problem of this Court at Tltuivllle, Brevanl

Yesterday my wife law me, your fiance would be perfectly Send them to her in care of this August County, 1W4.Florida( this lath day M i/i % RIpT

hiving a cup of coffee with a Justified if he refused to acceptmoney newspaper enclosing a stamped, CURTIS R, BARNEtt Clerk J
beautiful from the office BPI Mary Joe Unger /76.
girl
young from father. AndI MURDER /
your self addressed envelope. Deputy Clerk -/
who has been making a ny more power to him. (COURT SEAL) 5O
Aug. H. 21, 88. Bept. 4 (Frl.) 19M.
pest of herself lately. I maybe IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND

in a little trouble at home. make FOR BRBVARD: COUNTY, FLOK- THEY SURE PO LOVE HE'S' ear THAT CERTAIN ) ,
Dear Ann Landers I'll
: ACHANCEII1' J ADDING' MACHINE ROLLS osTy25c It
HIMI WONPER WHAT SOMETHING THAT
Please give me some help. -e IN NO 28987 yJl
It short and iweet. I'm liar. I YAY! "
a MORE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND each at the Stir-Advocate '
MRTHIRSTY'S HE'S SOTQ / APPEALS TO CHILDREN
me
CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY
met this dreamy guy a few LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OH- Office. ,
ANUS COUNTY an emaciation ... :c HEREDAD/ /
months ago at a resort. I told //sans under th* l.w. of the UnludBute I
ot America, ... ..
him I school -
was a high junior.
Dear Case: Why don't you Plaintiff,

arm1'' yourself with a whip and The truth ii I'm only a fresh RONALD B. PICARD and ) 6 .
MYRNA b.MYCAR .
a chair or wear goggles and man. He was in college and I PICARD, his wife, .t al. o

a Beatle wig? was dying to make a hit with Defendant, ; 1 t
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NOTICB or
coin -
A thirty-year-old married man him. I thought It would help THE STATE Of FLORIDA
if he believed I was a junior.He TO Ronald B. Ploard and -L
who doesn't want to get mixed Myrna Plcard hie wife
Ii coming to this city in a Realdence unknown "
tip with dames knows how to I II
YOU ARID HEREBY NOTIFIED
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few weeks and I'm afraid he
.steer clear without any help that a cult hM. been filed a.aln.lyou g'1
will find out the truth. In tbt above napes..d you are ,
; from me, 10 put that show on required to file your sewer with
the road Dad. Should I tell him I was sick the Clark of thli Court and to
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In the hospital for two years? erv* a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff I -
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attorney, Porter L, Peaden
Or would It be better If I told Jr., of the law firm of Whittle CPeden .

five Dear children Ann Landers in our :family There and are him my.folks took me on a trip RUlldln. .104 Orlando On. Norlb Florida Orange, not HAG THAT+ASHAME IPERh.PSICAN THANKS A IATI'U.DPDPHIMOFF .

around the world and I misseda later" than September" 21, 1864. If RELAX! WHATSEEMS BROlENDOWNID CaoFA4SISTANCert NQa
I am the last tQ be married.Father tau tall 1 ao to do, a Docree Pro Con- BETHI? ANf I HAVE INTHEMORNING.
lot of school? ..
will bt entered against. r
Is not wealthy, but he for the relief demanded In the Com-you Why not lead your insurance i 7RDUBLEMR, TQGETHOME.ABERNATJIy3 t S .
has provided well for us and I is I will straighten out the lie Staid' This lull la to foreulo a problem to pr.. f } .

extremely generous. about my age later. I laid I needed fnortgag against Tb lai rail property pro- fenionili. Our continuing 6
Lot &, Block I, COUNTRY itttntlon to your Iniur-
When my brothers and listen was 17 and I am really II. Right CLUB HEIGHTS, THIRD AD. anti needs secures you of v i1a
now I want to square this thing DITION according to plat the bet protection at ill

about being two yean behind me thereat, Put recorded:Ins Public In Record Plat Book of timti. This promise la "reflected" >-
Hrevard County Florida.Torethnr f In all our "poll-'
TODAY in school. The truth is I am with all 1 .truoture.: and cle with; the PSePer.Ionll .

FLORIDA right where I ought to be. Improvsmenla now and hereafter Strvlc"
o. cud land, and tlnlunualtauhed
HEAP BIG TROUBLES therein ales .11 gas. I
.team elecirta water. and other
:THEATRE ._ TltuiTlll Dear Heap: You're where you hnatlag. ouoklnt' refrlieraling.
ought to be all right out on I Irrigating plumbing, veulllating KEEL go;
and power ayslam.:
Daily a limb with a nice sharp ..aw.That' marhinen. appliance.. floture., W '
2:00
at the trouble __ aid._appur/insane., which now INSURANCEAGENCY COOtf IAW VERONICA,WHAT DID fU N
with a lie- '
ARE AU.THOSE! SPILLmSMEyd3TER TEARS)
you usually have to tell six INC. I
2:20 1:00: '-.40 JIM'S + 1 PUPCXE3 AROUND ? ,, i %
more to cover up the first one. TV d ;A YOUR a

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do it promptly before someone ED RAJNISH, J47-J55

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