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Title: Star-advocate
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Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1964
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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)-
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FROM THE FRONT The Dix home, ripped apart WRECKED INTERIOR Broken furniture and DE-ROOFED The roof from the hflCjKvof Mr. and REAR OF DIX HOME Winds from a tornado

by a tornado as Titusville awaited the arrival of Cleo glass,, strewn clothes, etc, are shown on the interior of Mrs R. C Dix on Sherry Street ii "hownFri -the foreground ripped apart the l home of Mr and Mrs R C Dix onSlirrry

last night, is shown "de-roofed from the front in this the Dix home following the tornado here last night. The with the house in the background, '1o..roof Street bluutb after 7, o'clock last night. The am :I

picture taken a few minutes after it occured. S-A Photo. lining room area is shown above S-A Photo. apparently was bluvui around or over the power Ti*. around the swimming pool>l Is shown above S-A Photon ,

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MISSISSIPPI' BOMiINO ., RAM TO ISCAPI

y JllcCOMB, Jllisl-AP-An( explosion shook the + UIDII.\US' lermany( (AP) Two 21.year-

I r home of a Negro family active In voter registration "' u "dll'h'OVlkl' rammed a truck through Cummun
Nta4 d atfD: \hot r usrrirn ,today and escaped to West Cer
i work In this racially tense southwest Mississippi town "O" -
early today Pi I C? many t .'r h"I'Y.RI'd.. fire',Gumln police reported.

There were no injuries The house was not dam- labs two ehcHJC'd at ROIVld.v, main border cross

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CAPE KENNEDY Blow (AP Easily) Ca. j t," !)!:''L' 'rw.:.J. t''*#I !.'xt"k i:'':\,"' ." ,.a..1f4; ..Pi1 'I''! Red Cross Shelters, Claus Says Makes Plans To Clean Up Debris I


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riiciems Cleo came calling on f "' -- .aM <'"ot 1. Red Cross Civilian Defense coopi'rated ao wonderfully durIng
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Cape Kennedy, but the Il'lIs.lhan. .i...- t < > < 1 efforts III offering she lie ri Hurricane tiro, In order that Surface winds of hurricane probably spiwnnd the iwUt tornado Flooding A Problem

hurricane.force winds. that but i" "'!,'!'!i. worked very smoothly" here shelters wire made available, Cleo the killer storm that left a was anxiously studied at

feted the spate center caused.. list: night according to Itev, Am staffed with nurses, secretaries 'trail of death In the Caribbean she approached from the south, Our major problem! If 'flooding
old t' Claus North IJrtvurJ for registration of people, fwd, ," county commitilan ..*.
only minor damage t and, elciitructulon on the Florida stalling In the Ft Pierce area to \ : '
\ Chairman of the Ked Cross and food services and to the bit li unt Dck, Sp.nter reported
tbi
Six mulH million dollar space Gold Coast, dropped today to 40 break up I. regroup
A total 1 of 593 North Frcvard principals of the schools who "
rockets which rode out the tiller in jiuur around tin .eye and head nod: this OrI'C" 1. U eolaj torierhadate
.. [ residents the majority of them w.NI' ao cooperative, In the! use ; ditches to
storm Thtrrsday "It1ltlr'1sQllch.hili ) 1 \ that At Mrlnmirna It again 'was Cutting
hunter
A Navy plane penetrated
from and trailerlien of the school buildings. "
outlying areas .
this tJDodln
\ relieve 101'of ,
pads were not damaged and stalled for a couple of hour, \
/ the storm at 930: am
I took advantage, of I the right A lint of people, who gave
beta.
.. $pmgltf hid it had rl'rort"d
crews today resumed fie: work \ EST that high level breaking! up the high winds ant ,
reported
shelters in North BrevaM last unselfishly of themselves for (he
i to him that Carpenter
of readying! them fur firing. Ihe.Y' 'klmimrlng' down"' to some 70
;; It nigh: arriving in the late after protection, and service to others, winds, however, still\ circle Road had tome rather bad "wastx-
A downed line caused a brief < ..at. at hurricane velocity, and mile per hour vftfl, to move up
and and would be long Indeed and, forfear
.. noon' curly evening staying outs but the rood was passible,
Titusvlllfl
power shortage and name minor :J ..''.'' until curly this morning, thnt some name might mi Clio still has comeback cupabil' through Cticilaud .
-1 and !hers wire a few tre a,
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to Sea.
wind < out
and water damage occurred { then
.. Rev Claus listed the following intentionally be inlnsed, and, Ity. across the Ilammoclt Road< In
facilities in 65 miles .
to per MY1 if.. >-, numbers at various shelters: since It Is not our goal to seek Cleo was centered at t the time the north put' of( Jbe county,

hour peak gusts -...... '.. ,' .. Minis Elementary 200, Baylew praise for service to our fellow near St Augustine, close to the Falls In Pool but "on the' whoa we fated

The six space rockets were .. 04> '-.J<'I !* : -_ ..... t r, Elementary 150, Gibson High: 75, man, therefore, 1 know that the coast and in position to draw pretty well," he added. .
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secured in service towers de. /i if it wasn't t enough that the
'-- Coquina| Elementary 58, Minis Heavenly' Father will richly more energy from the warm waters
signed to withstand ISO.mile'an. roof was torn off the R, C. Dix
Cuyler Elementary 40, Seotts and abundantly bless each (for of the Atlantic. Hurricane
hour winds AT WORK TODAY Part of the roof of this home moor Baptist Church 36 and Orlando a job well done." warnings to the northward were hums on/ Sherry>> Bt. an electrlelun Service Good

Cleo settled one thing. She next door to the Dix home on Sherry'Street was torn off Utilities I'lant 36. Rev. Claus said that I'ubllx. left in effect calleid In to check on Floiida fouer and Light

ruled out the! last slim hope of by a tornado last night and workmen( were on the job In a statement this morning, Winn Dixie and Sharp's Grocery After slumming, Miami with loose wires t.te., wu walking and Manager Art Worths said he

some officials that the first Pro early today making repairs S-A Photo llev Claus said: cooperated In furnishing 113.mile an hour blows, Cleo around in pitch darkness was happy that the company
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Jict Gemini manned orbital Your North Brevard Disaster fornl emergency electric generators was gradually weakened by land tti ppe I off Into' the swimming hud no major power tntMTUp\ '

flight would be accomplished in Chairman would like to extend were available, short wave friction In her progress up the ,IMIII!I. If he wnsn t wet from the thispal t ton. tu tl. customeu du rind

1J04 heaitfelt appreciation to all who oath sets were In use, etc Hen' Ida count/. She delivered heavy thoroughly rain the snaked water him in the hUh winds of Cleo

A Titan 2 rocket being groomed emly weak slaps at the rockets, Our IftL1ernl.er., located

to launch the last Gemini, nn' New Executive Vel In "Y" FieldThe If( Cape Kennedy and the resort Than DonnaCity and I more cut a minor aature"Worth
Worse
city of Beaeh 'However
manned spacecraft was partly Daytona rn reported ,

dismantled as the hurricane up North Bievurd" iSrsneh YMCA while in high school, and Hurricane warnings remainedup Manner Cleveland Tal we did have a power Interruption

proaehed, The crew planned t to r YMCA IJoarJ of Manugement joined the Atlanta staff on a north to Diunswiek, da, mange/ laid that estimated per- hunt the ninth (poww coming !.

lake the entire two Mage vchklc r full time basis !In 11)00. lie was and a hurricane watch wsi in mutual pieipirty, damage! would I into the area from the north)
his hired John A King as executive
to a hungar for irolutmn., Program!! Secretary ut the Cen effect to Charleston, 8, C exceed that cuu.,ed by the Infamous but lid no diificully switchingto
winds halted the who will begin his duly puAer hum lie' 101.111wh( cbI.
but increasing s trul Community Uianeh YMCAs Donna\ In IBUO This was
work after the second stage was t lea September 23rd Tornado Rugged caused n Id""I1by the tornado i U clone' automatically/ )."

removed Mr o, King was born In Macon, which struck the Whispering He untested' most of the pro
The rocket received electrical While ryes and ears were Duns, were more of a customer
Georgia, and moved shoitly tuned in on the of hurricane Hills area> jint prior to the! arrival
progress ,
damage from lightning last ten be problem, In that the
thereafter to Atlanta, Georgia tleo, as It ravage,! the of the main force of Cleo,
week and officials were consider. house and dams struct wa disturbed at the
He Is a graduate of Georgia lower Florida East Count and destroying one
house, rather than
Ing taking it down anyway. aging others. The tor poles being
Stats College with A.B. defre approached Titusville yesterday, many "blown down
Most said at the tune the lightning an wound the Dum- or wires snapped
MIII alio hit !
tornado | in and did
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hit that the mishap bad delayed ,. .... in Sociology He attended | a Our big responsibility Is tin
...ILoO.U''I- .''''''''' "" ".W'l: !! lot more damage' mutt Street area south of South
the unmanned shut from Candle School of Theology, The tornado down In Street dee-lion tj keep power tiens-
October until November and themanned ON dipped milting In the face of high
HOUSE TOP
It wasn't Santa Claus
on top Emory University before enter. several spots in the) city, elown' "Our most serious problem,
mission from December of the house of Mrs. Martha Jasper, 619 Vanguard Avenue !nit the YMCA secretaryship Ing a number of trees In (lie Talmadgej M, today, "la thel'IJ"J..lI winds'; Wortham ..ald.If
to January wurda' get to aueh an extent that
Reassembling the rocket and it was a portion of a big oak tree that was wrenched His YMCA experience covers Duinmllt Avenue area" striking conditions In the IRCarea it Is eJtingeroiii to continue
2)) which Is due to the lack of
at tine J, It. house
blradley on
checking: it out will\ add a coun apart during Cleo's visit here last night. Photo By B. a 10 year period starling as a North Smtlh Drive and then aimIng drainage, We began preparing transmitting power tlaough the

pie more weeks to the delay. parttime worker in the Atlanta 4 a deadly blow at homes oil for this about 21 hours be I hoes m the city, then it must be

-.. ----_. ... -. :k4V Sherry Street, tearing the roof for Clan arrived, and suit our responsibility, to cut the
Into that area tu wid power for the protection of life
3 off one and partially off another equipment
end' property, but fortunately we
in and, clear drainage ditches
d d not[ have I to make de
Anil Cleo pained right by, W. have equipment down theretoday that
els.on last, nigt.t'
bringing winds up to 70 miles per to rrl'eve the condition as
4. ..11Jeha hour, but damage was probably much as possible" Win !hens wed the company
held to a minimum Talmaclge Indicated this was maintained a Clp''" ,t, (nice all

Greatest elamage was to a the only' I.r"'ltm. thnt was of a during, tie night and calls well
A. King
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Ions the iiawirect' by p., onll -l anitqjipmrnt !
number of downed trees, broken an r"I'trleX'I'"t removal
limbs, some slum' anti I a nuin of trash lilt Indicated \ as fast ai possible
for then.
years and this past
her of broken windows' list trace and equipment'! would]
year !served. as Program Doer
But the tornado Wanted the t ties, out In force over the weekend Schools OkayS
tor of the Eastern Branch
K. C. l>ia borne on Sherry htrrrt, and clear aa much trash at '
YMCA. hex Bret aril. far
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tearing l the roil right off, anal I possible,
He Is President of the Southern scattering furniture and personal Ire in licet, aerding. to report ..
+v rr t Region A. KH'I.Uon "f r Inlet the office of Supt Woodrow .
H lit effeits! throughout the houne and Unwelcome Visitor
YMCA Youth Work Secretaries, lawn % O"r"'n, till! morning

and a member of the Fxerutive; Mrs. Dix was taken to Jets The Dub! Hlghtower 'amll' of Some tcliec t.i reported water
1 Cabinet of the North! American bat uJu In ,.untie some! doors.
FarrUh Memorial Hospital following CO Eloise Street hid an unwtl
> Association of Youth Wink the blow that struck her come .tutor during Cl-o's vis't!' AII'I'I we "i tt the ease o/ some
kid (td n| aJ, intage of the
Secretaries home unexpectedly shortly alter to the area A 4 foot rattler
.. hurricane' tu throw thing
--- --- --- Mr. King is married and hit 7 pm crawled, through water, eild nt

STRONG WIND A car, parked In the Pirtle Plaza BUYING SPREE;' Local supermarket were jammed one child four years of age Mr. Mrs Dix Is still a patent al ly seeking higher ground, andwound /through/ High' some ant windows r try le> at blame' Satellite It I

parking lot got an extra "shove" from Cleo'i winds and Wednesday afternoon and most of Thursday as residents and Mr. King are active members the hospital', where her condi. up on the patio of thHlxhtower on Tien Ins poln'H l out.
stocked up for the arrival of Cleo. One of the Methodist Church time described at home. The snake
plunged down off the lot onto the embankment along{ manager wan a* "good Orders' had .gone out to afjS
South Street. -S-A Photo. said "it is better than Thanksgiving and Christmas" as where Mr* King Is a licensed noon today. was dispatched Immediatelyfrom

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FROM THE FRONT The Dix home, ripped apart WRECKED INTERIOR Broken furniture and The roof from the h. Aof Mr. and REAR OF DIX HOME Winds from a tornado

by a tornado as Titusville awaited the arrival of Cleo glass, strewn clothes, etc., are shown on the interior of Mrs. R. C Dix on Sherry Street I It: hhown'TJ.the fine- ripped apart the home of Mr and Mrs. R. C Dix on

I last night, is shown "de-roofed" from the front in this the Dix home following the tornado here last night. The ground with the house in the bnikgumnd It ...roof Slurry Street bluntly after 7 o'clock last night. The area I

picture taken a few minutes after it occured. S-A Photo. living room area is: bhown above. S-A Photo. apparently was blown around 01 over the power 7i ytt O around the swimming; pool is shown above. S-A Photo.: d!



MISSISSIPPI' BOM I ING 0.. RAM TO CSCAH" \
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McCOMB, MiSI-AP-An) explosion ihook the AW JBL VAIDII.\US. Ormsny; (AP) Two 21 yf srinhohlovtks -

horn of a Negro family active In voter registration 4Bk adTB 1A./ a4 rt "Tfc P\ 0 rammed truck through Communbsrrlirs -
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work In this racially tense southwest Mississippi town Sf a Off /Wk fli W' H ss BIB :4LVHH H M hi 4ir ,today sad escaped! to West Ger

early today V" V >W H V _s lHJH HLW ninny Under heavy, Red flro',German pullet reported.
There were no injuries. The house was not damaged The two encaped at Rosvadov, main border crossing

The Voice of 25,000 North Brcvard County Residents point between Ctcihoslovakla and West Germany.



81th Year No. 104 18 Pages Today Titusville, Florida, Friday:-August 28, 1964 --=- 5c Per Copy __ Published MlI d yi-: \ Wednesdays and Fridays






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Oiil"KENNEDY Blow (CAP EasilyCAPE ) Capilcious f: 4\1.." f"') II:jU' iL 2:: !{ jj'tjJl..:;;1 r', '' ,:, ". "' "t'1. Red Cross. Shelters. Claus SaysRed during (Makes Plans To Clean Up Debris \ I

Cleo came calling on ,t J : [ Cross Civilian Difume cooperated so wonderfully
< efforts! in offering she-Deri Hurricane Cleo In order that
Kennedy, but the KM than- .. .
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I "worked smoothly" here shelters were made available
hurricane force winds that buffeted 1:. very
:' t .' Cleo the killer storm that left a was anxiously studied n
last 1 night according to Key Arnold staffed! with nurses serrctiilcsfor
the space center caused &' lull of death In the Caribbean she approached from the south, major problem It'flooding
J / '" F Claus, Ninth Lire vail registration: of people, nod
only minor damage. : "
and, cleslructulon on the Florida stalling In the Ft Pierce arts to counteommisiloa; as-
Chairman of the Ked Cross. and food services and to theprincipals
Six tnulH.tnilllnn.dollar/ space I 1" ;' Gold roast, dropped. today to 40 break up a. bit,. .t .* rt group .It I tjnt Dick Sp.nUr\ reported
of the schools who
A total of 993 North Pmard
rockets which rode out the I' : kliles sis hour around the ,eye,' and head tmrtH! : ,- f> *thus moTjimgI.. ii coil t tj tl'r >>
.f. residents, the- majority of them were" so conpnratlv In the use
storm Thursday: i irthcIrM! uiichhig *.:.t.t.t ditohts UrrUtvt
1 I from out,lying areas and trailer- of the school buildings A Navy hunter plane that penetiutcd At Melbourne It agate wt ] putting
pads were not damaged and lies, took advantage of the right "A list of people who gave the storm at 9:3D a m. stalled for a couple of houri, lam of this tlt>>dln.."
crews today resumed the work Ipinglef; laid> !it hid, boa rt
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shelters in North Hrevarl" last unsi Iflnlily of themselves for the EST repotted that high level breaking up the high wurts ta1"simmering
of readying them fur firing. 7 [ / 'J' night: arriving In the late afternoon protection and service to others winds, however, still circle the down:' to 10m. 70 ported to him that CsrptnttrKoad .
A downed line caused a brief .. and early evening and staying would he long Indeed and, for eye at hurricane velocity, and mile per.hour wAifli, to move up had tome rather bad "washouts
power shortage and some minor ..:(- "" Clio still has comeback tapabillly. through Cueo4'soul" Titusville, but the road was passable,
.... ..1 4' .. until early this morning, fear that Home name might unintentionally -
wind and water damage occurred "" < .. --'-: 't Itev Claus listed the following be missed a lid.lnl'8 then out to EesFalls and there wre. few trill,!
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to facilities In 65 milts .. the Hammock Road In
per numbers at various shelters: It Is not our goal I to seek Cleo was centered at Ire time across
hour peak utts. the north of the county,
Mona 'lew for service to our fellowman St. In Pool put
Elementary 200, Bay* praise near Augustine, close to the
The six: space rockets were '1 0 ;. 'M. therefore, I know that the put "on IM whets, w. fared
f '; ', Elementary!: IV: ), Gibson High 75, coast and in position to draw '
secured in service towers designed : 4'ttj; Coquina Elementary SO, Mine Heavenly Father will richly more energy from the warm waters At !if f it WIAn't enough that the pretty well" t. added.

to withstand 150-mile'an- Cuyler Elementary 40, Seotts- and abundantly bleu each fora of the Atlantic Hurricane roof was torn off the R, C Dix
hour winds. AT WORK TODAY Part of the roof of this home moor Baptist, Church 30 and Orlando job well done." warning to the northward were borne on Sherry St, an tl ctrlclnn Service Good

Cleo settled one thing She next door to the Dix home on Sherry Street was torn off Utilities Plant 36 Rev. Claus said that Public, left In effect. called In to check on foer

ruled! out the last slim hope'of by a tornado last night and workmen were on the job In a statement this morning Wlnn Dixie and bharpe's Grocery After slumming, Miami with loon wires, ale was walking Manager Flmida Art Worthim and+ slid Light he
some officials that the first Project Itev Claus said: cooperated In furnishing 115.mile around In pitch darkness and
an hour blows Cleo
early today ,
making repairs. S-A Photo. that the
was happy company
Gemini manned orbital "Your North Brevard Disaster food', emergency electric generators was gradually weakened by land stepped off Into tl,8 swimming ,
would be in available he wuunt wet from the had flU major power Interrupt \
flight accomplished Chairman would like to extend were short wave fildion in her the pool If
progress up t tons to tit customers \
14 hearth appreciation to all who radio\ sets were in use, etc Hoildu count She delivered heavy rain, the water in the duriQJ
winds Cleo.
soaked! him the high of'
pool thoroughly
A Titan 2 rocket being groomed only weak slaps at the rm'ketiif Our L-n-Uums- wert located
New Executive Vet In "Y" Field (, Cape Kt'nlll'dyllId the resort "
to launch the last Gemini un and mors of a minor itur.,
Worse Than Donna
manned spacecraft was partly city of iJaytona Beach Wuitliam reported "However.l.'e ,

dismantled as the hurricane approached 'f e t The North Erevurd Ullrich 'YMCA while in high school, anlJJolm'd Hurricane warnings remainedup City Manager Cleveland TalitiadKt \ did hive a power interrupt

The crew planned t 11) YMCA Hoard of Managementhis the Atlanta staff on a north to lliurmwkk, Oa said, that estimated persiiiml lion hum the south (pow.. coming

take the entire twotage vch, hired John A. King an executive full time basis in 1111)0) He was and a huirkane watch wan in pioperty' damage, would into the area horn the north)

Me to a hangar for l'rulI'cliun.bul 1 M1I who will begin his duties Program: Secretary at the Central effect to Charleston, S. C. exceed that cawed! by the infamous but had no dilficully switching:
increasing winds halted the Community HI Inch YMCA Donna In 10UO. This walrauII.d tu puwei 1 Jiuin U.. south (which
work after the second, stage was September 23rd. Tornado Rugged evidently)' the tornado la done automatically)."

removed Mr King was born In Macon, While eyes and ears were which struck the Whispering! lit militated mobt( of the pro-
The rocket received electrical Georgia and moved shortly thins were more of a customer
tuned In on the progress of hurricane !Hills sues Just prior to lie arrival -
damage from lightning last thereafter to Atlanta Georgia. Cleo is It ravaged the of the main force of Cleo, .ell Ice problem, in that\ the
week and officials were consider servile' was disturbed at the
lie is a graduate of Georgia lower Florida East Coast and destroying! one house and damaging
ing taking it down anyway. others. Hit tornmlo lioune, rather than poles' beinj,
Most said, at the lime the light. State College with an A,B. defre approached Titusville yesterday, many blown down
or wires snapped
a tornado slipped' In and did also hit wound' the DUln-
nmg hit, that the mishap had delayed .--........ 'V TON -. in Sociology! He attended lot more damage a mitt Street ana south of South "Our big' responsibility Is the
the unmanned shot from Candle School of Theology The tornado down Street derlnon 1 tj keep power trans-
dipped In
Oetuhtr until November and the HOUSE TOP It wasn't Santa Claus iniltinj in the face of high
on top Emory University before enter several spots In the city downIng "Our most serious problem, ;
manned mission; from Decemberto of the house of Mrs. Martha Jasper 619 Vanguard Avenue inrr the YMCA secretaryship A a number of trees In the Talmodge said today, "Is the winds' Wortham said' "If

Reassembling January. the rocket and it was a portion of a big oak tree that was wrenched His YMCA experience coven rh Dummitt Avenue area, strikingat flooded conditions In the J IRC wind get! to such an extent thatIt
the J. R. btradley hound area which Is due to the lack of Is dhngerous to continue
checking! it out will add a coun- apart during Cleo's visit here last night. Photo By B. 110 year period starling as a X on trantniltting the
North Smtlh Drive and then aim. drainage We began< preparing power through
worker
parttime in the Atlanta
pie more weeks to the delay ,
I lies in the city then it must be
before
log a deadly blow at homes Oil for this about 21 hours

.....- ... b '-'... ._- w Sherry Street tearing the roof Clen arrived and sent our responsibility. to cut the
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and riser drainage. ditches ami properly' but fortunately we
11 11is And Cleo passed right!: by We have equipment down thereto d d nut have to make that duels

bringing winds up to 70 miles per ,Uy to, relay' the condition as .on last, nigtt."

hour, but damage was probablyheld much as possible" Woitham said! the company
a. s _. ':' -- to a minimum. Tslmadgw indicated, this was maintained a, capucity; force all

Jthn A. King Greatest damage was to a Ih only problem" !Hint was of a riuruij, t II.) nigh and' tails were

number of downed (trees, broken, serum nuturw except t the removal anawired by p ikonn-1 1 and

for Ihiet years and this past limbs, ionic signs, and a number of trauh. He Indicated equipment as fast as possible
of broken windows It.at crews and equipment would
served as Program Duectar
1 e 1 year of the Eastern liranch But (lie tornado, Mauled the >j. out In force over the weekend Schools OkayS ,
A t. C 'I'm hfimt" on Sherry Street and clear as much trash as "
YMCA.
tearing the roof. right off, anl possible., In BrevsrJ,. fared welt,
He Is President of the Southern scattering furniture and personal ., fnm l bra, at. carding to reports
Region AKirl.\ (tKin "t effects throughout the house and Unwelcome Inlu' the office' of Supt. Woodrow -
YMCA Youth Work Secrets, l-s 'lawn, Visitor lI.r.I-n, 'tlii morningS .

..... and a member of the Executive Mr*. DU was taken to Jets The! Lob Hightowr' (ami/) ofC0 ->nn tchutU reported water
'A Cabin! of the Ninth American Parrkh Memorial hospital following Clolie: Street had an unwel had sly /n r SUM doori.

Association of 'Youth WOI kSecrtbr. the blow that struck her 'corn uitor 1 during Clo'sli't! Amt' w* ha''I I the cede. of some

2. .... home unexpectedly shortly after to the area. A 4 foot rattler kid tat nJ aJuntaie df the
---- -- --- --- 'ht-rrir- ,nt to throw things
Mr. ,
King is married and has 7 pm. craw M through water, evidently '
BUYING SPREE: Local supermarkets were jam one child four of Mr. Mrs tux I Is still at l through same windows at Satellite '
STRONG WIND A car, parked in the Pirtle Plaza years age. a patient seeking! hlghr ground, and
parking lot got an extra "shove" from Cleo's winds and med Wednesday afternoon and most of Thursday as resident and Mr. King are active members the hospital where \her condition wound up un tin, patio of the High" "if try 10 t blame' ,it
.i stocked for the arrival of Cleo. One on Clec. he pointed out.
of "
plunged down off Jhe lot onto the embankment along up manager the Methodist Church woo denerited as ,orld" at Hlghtower home. The snake
said "it is better than and Christmas" Orders had gone out to all
Thanksgiving where Mr.
South Street. -Photo. as King is a licensed noon today w a i dispatched Immediately
far as business was concerned S-A Photo. preacher But Cleo, whose condition from the business end of a gun Stt HURRICANI On Page s





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r 'round town I Nurses Monday North Brevard Night Registered :,f'bi\;',i

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pm. Monday
Brevard
of NortA
Room of the First Federal
"CIu''as the word 'round their lint slop in Charleston, mints and lime punch were served Savings

town yesterday! and moat of the W. Va., where the visited with to: Mrs Anne Hancock, Mrs and Loan building.

folks we talked to were busy friend. Joan Oalnes, Miss Glenda Phil- Roy Masso, registered nurse

ranking preparations for the In Cincinnati, me girls enjoyeda tips, bliss Nancy L, West, Mrs. anaesthetist at Jess Parrish

storm But a few took time out tour through Coney bland Rose Marie Kelly, Mrs. Linda Memorial Hospital, will present
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to tell us about their vacations which they had heard about Forbes, Mrs. Diane Bender, Miss the program

or forth coming events. from Millie. Cathy Phillips, Mrs. Martha Me-

Miss/ Foose //s Bride/ / O// Ronnie CurtisPatricia Miss Rennie So.Nola Mantor(Mrs Ave H E and) Peele daughterLori 111 weeks The Floridians In Indianapolis stayed for visiting two Sue Clure Thomas, Miss ,Pat Mrs.McClure Pat Wallace, Miss, Pink Lady ScheduleSchedule II


returned a short while ago with Millie's parents, Mr and Mrs. Gus King and Miss JoAnn : for the Pink Ladies

Jane Foose becamethe Engaged To from four delightful weeks visit Mrs. Howard McCurrey. While Lawson. at Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital i

bride of Ronnie Verlin Cur tit log( with lends and relativesin there they also saw one of the for the coming week:

tin, Saturday, August 1, in a Robinson the Carolina and West Virginia nation's biggest musical shows, Mrs H[ H.[ It.[ Coleman and Sunday afternoon M, N. Cas-

beautiful afternoon ceremony at IMr "My Fair Lady". The return trip Mrs Ccoige McVay returned on, B. Hinds; evening II. Con

the Christian and Missionary In Grcemile, S C., Nola en' was through the Smokies. This here last week from a fiveweeks' nor.
,
and Mrs. Alexander H of countries
w tour European
Alliance Church, York, Penn jojed a visit at her old alma was the Jill's first trip over
Monday L. Willis
a morning ,
Rennie announce the principally the Scandanavlan
sylvania. mater East Carolina State Col' mountains that they could rein-
engagemt'1 L. Jones, M Eakin; evening It.
of their daughter,
countries, Fiance, Belgium Ii
ember and, although they' had
The bride Is the daughter of 11'1:1.: Nola was quite impiessd Williams J. Phelps "
to Robert 11. and Germany.Mr .
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence N. Foose E. with the change in the col- many "on the edge of the seal"moments Tuesday morning F.
James
Mr and Mrs Robiif
Sr., 1150 Hardy St., Titusville lege during the 20 and they really enjoyedthe 1
,
past ,
son, Bellwood. *' years and Mrs. Walter Klmble Young, L. Pelt. F. Tutten, afternoon
fabulous
and the bridegroom is the son said she recognized only a few experience.They M. Kraus F Thompson,
The bride elect, a graduate of and son Don of Oilundo were
of Mr and Mr,. J. L. Curtis of of the buildings and the enrollment stopped In Chattanooga C. Thompson, "
rV vFI several at the home
TitusUlle High School class guests days
Jonesboro, Tennessee, I % has !Increased from 1500 to to see famous Lookout Mountain Wednesday morning E.Bamfoith '
of Mr. Klmble's parents, Mr.
Rev. Charles D. Wcldemann, MOO( While in Greenville they and In Cumberland, Kentucky, L. Estrada; afternoon
and Mrs Walter E. Ziegler,
former pastor of the bride and e I ,4. vUitod with Nola's nephew, visited the Raven Rock area l Dmno [Jr., last week. V, Can, L. Drowning
Rev Joel McGarvey, Eastern Rev. Douglas Ingram and family which will soon be turned Intoa !

District Superintendent of the 4i state park, While there, they Thursday morning S.
Mr. and Mrs, M H.[ Simmons '
Puekett, P. Short
Christian and Alliance found Millie's name which she S Oroskle,
Missionary In North Carolina, NoU and
and daughter, Lalne of Atlanta,
Church, performed the I I Lori visited tho "lare Count" versed on the hugh rock many afternoon S. Bushing, evening
beautiful: double years ago, several times we Ga., arrived Saturday for a A. Webster, J. Goodm
ring ceremony where tluro are several' hUtorlriil -
visit ut the home of Mrs. Simmons' '
hear The of the Friday afternoon ,
The bride was radiant as she .> rest !group: carved M Sailer,
of Interest Including
points
entered the sanctuary on the tie Wright Memorial at Kitty their own names and are aunt, Mr W E. Ziegler, W, Whalrn, evening J. Hughes,
looking forward to going back J, Moore, B. Hinds
arm of her father attired In
,
a
Hawk the Waterside Theatre
; some day to look for them. One Another "fiist" inciting\ of the Suturduy morning D. J,
elegant of "
gown Imported eyelet
where "The Lost Colony, the
organdy, designed by herself of their trip highlights: was a fall season will be next Thursday Snowden, C. Oliver, J, Johnson.
oldest and longest running of i
for the Eta Eta Chapter of
family reunion whore the this
and fashioned by a close friend, I alt American outdoor symphonic ----
tiP Beta Sigma Phi As
Sorority
ri got to meet many cousins they
Mrs. Grace
Nagorng, of York.
i dramas has been presented
The : had never met before Now Millie far as we know, the meeting LEGAL PAD! Big Supply 350
sanctuary was tastefully wry summer since 1937; Uio Is l hooking forward to many will be held in First Federali each at Star.Advocate Office.
appointed with palms lining the
+ Eluabclhan Garden and Nags ,
"Fllendship Room"
front behind! the visitors next summer
; altar with a Head

center basket of white gladiola A'J Nola said she even worked on black Knight: 2010 Oil Dixie I '" Hr'A' >M, S',E 1tS,
and Shasta daisies. Candleabra Peggy (Mrs. Glen)
.IIIIIIIII her vacation hut enjoyed eVl'ryminute Phillipswas Highway, i-ntcred Orange Mem01 J W '
o t' R'$ ,
,
J were gracefully stationed on el- feted by many of her friends,
of it She canned andprrpal'ed 'lal lloxpilal In Orlando this
j( ther tilde tiC the banks of flow at a stork shower Wednesday /iwtf( 1 ef ,*...letter' fro/in foods week ,
and even past end fur an operation "
I evening at Ihe home of Ruby 11"11.1'0: %'
ersThe dried some apples. Her niece, and he Is recuperating satisfact \
Ltt Rennie Mrs. John) ...... 2,1.71" I
bride was attended, as she Miss Sherrle ( Draper on North ,
,
Mrs J B. Potle, and daughter only
Williams Ave, hostesses for I
approached the bridegroom at
Becky, returned to Titusvllle for ------
I the altar, by her maid of honor, -- .'.... i..'....If Ii! i ,....... 1964. She attended Bievard Jun' a two weiks visit here. Loll the puny were Doris (Mrs Joe) -- ,

Inez Foose, of Thomasville, for College, and Is presently ems Campbell, Mrs. Sue Street and, 1
Mrs Ronnie Vtrlln Curtis !: said what si/'e really enjoyed Announcing Registration
who in Plus Margaret I'artch. A theme
' Pennsylvania turn was ployed by Arrow Realty most on the trip was meeting all
followed of "queen for a stork" was carried
the
bridesmaids
by ,
All of the bride's attendantswore teaching art at Titusville High Her fiance Is a graduate ol her cousins and "riding ponieson
I Rebecca Forward, of Titusville; Titusville Hieh School, class of the farm" out In the decorations with MERRY MIDGETS KINDERGARTEN
Rebecca Wink of Red Lion, Identical white organdy School Peggy: seated In one corner under
Mr Curtis Is of Sulphur 1962. lie attended Erevan! Junior Mary (Mrs. John) Wilkes and
dresses were lined with white a native a delightfully!: decoratc'd, umbrella
| Pennsylvania and bridesmaids
; junior
, Judith Santarsiero, York; batiste. They were patternedafter Springs, Tennessee lie College, and Is presently employed clnldien, Laura, Mary and Jack, wearing a silver rrown Mims Methodist Church
Martin ,
\ and Karen Thomas of Phoenix- the bride's dress, but were received' a BA in psychology and by Company also of Manlor Ave, traveled Guest at the party enjoyed
math from Carson.Newman College Cape Kennedy with the Pecles far Suffolk MONDAY AUGUST 31-9.11 A. M.
ville, Pa. All the bride's attend. street length and sleeveless Their as as playing "stork bingo" and "beat ,
I ants were her nieces. organdy rose and velvet leaf hats at Jefferson City, Tenn and The wedding Is planned, fur Virginia, where they visitid nik nursery rhymes", A door

* Waiting at the altar with the were the same as the bride's, is presently teaching math at Thanksgiving Eve, November 25: for two weeks with Mary's prize was awarded to Mrs Mur For Information Call

,
bridegroom Wit his brother and only with face veils and were of Central Junior High in Eau Gal 19G4. fjinlly On their return trip they lal Chriest. Refreshments of Bob Porter AM 7-4661

S best man, Jack Curtis. Ushers pastel colors Their velvet bells lie. slopped In Princeton to spend pound cake, sherbet, party mix, I
, matched the color of their hats Approximately 150 relatives tie afternoon with Nola and _. .
were Carroll Bales of Tarryi Jaycee Wives Enjoy __ -- --- -- --.
i and the ribbons of their nosegays: friends! and former students of Lori I
< ton, Tenn,; Billy G. Moore of Social
Weumpka, Ala,; Wortham of white, with Shasta daisies and the bride were in attendance at MeetingJaycee F0 .L t

Heard, Jonesboro, Ga.; and Rob Ivy. the wedding and the reception Wives met Tuesday fora f.Normu (Mrs Jack) Larks of I e I

crt James Foose, brother of the The bride's mother was gown. which followed at York YMCA stnckly social meeting Tuesday Thornton Ave, called to tell us '
.
bride. Out.of.townluest./ represented First Federal Flicndnhip of her' happy daughtci. ,
ed white street length dressof very young
in a
14 states and the District of Columbia '. Terri Terri entered real I NEW 1965 GE 1MB. WASHER
Precccding the bride to the silk organza with white lace Room at 8 p m a '

altar as acolyte were Daniel jacket. Her corsage was of white Hostesses for the evening were, estate coloring contest In Or' .
The couple left following the
Santarsiero, of York, nephew of glamehas and she wore white Mrs James Lovan and Mrs (lundo recently and was awardeda 196S MODEL
reception fur a three week tripto
the bride, and the ring bearer, accessories. The bridegroom's the New York's World Fair Vcrn Cannon, who provided the second place prize: of $25 in "h.\' rI

Jeffery Santarsiero, also the mother wore a street length entertainment. Games were the 3 5 age group. Terri did a
and Great !Mountains\
bride's nephew. dress of blue lace and white accessories National Park Smokey resort played with winners being Mrs wonderful job In coloring the Filter-Flo I

The bric'c's(! !gown, fashioned Her corsage was of The second skirt of areas.the bridal Andy Wortham, Mrs. Don home and, although she had
from her white glamelia. Jones, Mrs. Virgil Muilonhcia never seen it before, colored the r' .
own sketches, was lined gown was detachable and become Jh
house almost the exact shade of"pinkish" ,
with batiste, with a fitted The bride is originally from her honeymoon traveling; outfit and Mary Doenler. .

bodice featuring a neckline witha York and attended Aslilniry College She choKe white leather accessories. Punch and otter refreshments brick of which it is >'

scooping low "V" in back witha In Wilmore, Ky, where she were served to the following: actually constructed '." 14 Ib. Capacity !
Norma said Terri has already ?
four inch collar that accented received her bachelor of arts In The couple are now at home Mrs. Whimpy Mann, Mrs R
made plans to purchase a variety
.
the neckline by forming a "V" art and English She is presently at 1150 Hardy St., Titusvillc. Tom Montgomery, Mary Doerrler ,
of coloring books and, like
that came slightly below the Mrs. John Lee Mrs Don Separate Wash Temperature
most little girls, a delightful array
waistline in back. The sleeves
Peacock, Mrs. Bob McConnell,
were three.quarter length and Mrs. Ahrcns, Mrs Robert of "Barbie" clothes Separate Rinse Temperature
Doug
Twirl Other
I
puffed. The bouffant skirt had a Ways Join Six Lehman, Mrc Wortham and
five inch hem at street length Mrs. Muilenburg. Mary Lou and Chuck Pierce, Cold Wash Cold .
of (JO Lakeview Ave., returned [ '
and another hem at floor length Rinse 3 Cycle "
Her illusion veil was attached toa Clubs In Outing At SpringsMembers from! four days In New York at

white velvet latticed headband JWC To MeetThe the World's Fair Their child 3 Water Levels

supporting an organdy rose and of the Twirl-a-ways Participating in the outing to rem Peggy, Chit and Raymond,

velvet ribbon and leaves Her Square Dance Club joined with Ponce Deleon Springs were Junior Woman's Cludwill Well very much impressed witha

only jewelry was a cameo six other square dunce ol'ganl'zatlOns Mi and Mrs. Al Bender, Mr. hold its first regular meeting bottling firm's exhibit of done 95 :::::-a... I

brooch, a gift of the bridegroom.She from this area for an and Mr, Kueben Hanson, Mr. of the fail season! next Tuesday ing dolls created by Walt Disney 219
Leon and Mrs. Bob Hcnsen, Mr and at 8;:00 p.m. tit the Woman's -
wore white silk gloves and outing at Ponce De This seems to be the
carried a Bible covered with Springs last week Mrs. Wm Hamilton, Mr. and Club building Earl Spencer will most talked about exhibit at the
Mrs, John Day, und Mr and speak to the women on the new we've found Model WAS50A .
satin and lace, the handiwork oCher Besides square dancing in the fair One thing

mother On the Bible was a afternoons and evenings: the Mrs. Buy McCaffcrty Chuck Civic Center that really Impressed the entire

white &glamclia; corsage, stephanotis campers also enjoyed swimming Durant of Daytona Beach was family was the Swiss sky ride '

and ivy boating and according to one of the callersVirginia Back From Camp across tho fair at night/ Can NOW. You Can Shop in Titusville and

----- -- hardly wait to Lou'sbeautiful
-- of the members, simply having see Mary
one
THE DORIS LAMP SHOP a lot of fun "roughing it Class Dill Walker returned last color slides of the trip. Gel Those EXTRA VALUES and Selections You

Lamp Stu1istllrJ out" living in trailers and tentj To Meet 1 week from a six weeks' absence .

with no electricity and having Sept. during which: time he spent two Our vivacious president of the
IMPORTS Have Been Driving Miles To Gel!
DECORATOR to carry water The Virginia Class of First weeks at a reserve camp, and Titusville Woman's Club, Millie

CUSTOM II A large group of visitor from Baptist Church of Titusville will also spent some time In Los (Mrs Roy) Ramsey, returned

Clubof meet at the home of Angeles and Washington, D. C recently from several weeks up
I Over 500 tochooa. Harbor City Squme Dance Mrs W. S 1965 MODELS NOW ON DISPLAY!
north. Millie and two lovely
from Indian Harbor Beach attendedthe llarrlm, 313 Main St, on Tuesday
I Sept. 1, at 7:30: with/ daughters Nova and Susan,
All SlIesl Twirl a-ways regular meetIng p.m., BIG DISCOUNTS ON ALL OLD MODELS!
Mm Pamela ParrUh is visit alllnl'with/ a family friend
Friday evening in, the IRC Mrs. Murdoek Woods as co-host
, All Shapes) .'!:.__ ess. ing friends at Charleston, S. C Charles Chambers Jr. made I .
. Civic Center. .
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. THE"hnn_DORIS I. nunsw.v LAMP SHOP v.. r were Mrs. Robert Redgate and at this time. All members are I Br Expert T.ch VISITING US NOW Completely R.con'
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P to move into second gear the my Edwards, influenza/ ; and r r kit Complaint, MARTIN on Ih.YELEN.Plaintiff' KIR Bincavn it.iorney : -

< 1J Terrier of TiiiisvUlo\ High made ,/charlie Griffin, Senior tackle a building I Miami Florida,
the original anawer
83UO and file
a clean shift this week. pylied Jcg muscle or pleading I In the office of the
Clerk, of the above Court en or .
Surprisingly enough without Gaines added, practice have :
tore September U, W4 If you fall
tripping the gt-an. not been, to extensive for the to do .o, judgment by default will

After i week of dressing nut past week They've been lasting be demanded taken aaalnnl In the Complaint you .for the relief

with nothing but Shirt shorts about (two )hours, on two differ _____f". '.,.,.M; --- "u...'4""' E"1""Jif4 """ __ once Title each nolle week.hall far four l he publlahed weeka In

and cleats, blisters, lore muscles ent practice session per diy, BLOCKING PRACTICE-While the half for the season opener against Sanford the Tlniivllla Et.r-Adeecate.

and nunburni and empty however body contact Is being backs and quarterbacks worked on conditioning September 18. During the past week con dev DONE: and ORDERED 196.. thla 12th
stomachs t the pigskin parade )held to a minimum for at least. l''jTAi4{ i>
these linemen
plays are shown tact practice was held to a minimum to CL'RTIH! R. BARNEi:-
the several .
when day
changed considerably more working on.form blocking in preparation avoid injuries.-(S-A photo) Clerk, Clrrull ('ollrlHr.v.r,1
r g vai Terriers donned full uniforms "We are lUll working on (Individual County. FloridaBy
t1.Z \;.;.> d.'k 7 1"!,:;.;.., o;: 1M ---- --- ---- V. 8. Spangler
and started contact work and blocking assignment
LINEMEN DRILL Line Coach Morrell Bailey is shown'' after eight workout, the Injury and tackling form in an effort. \to LL Holds Banquet LIuOfllNO NOTICB ,Or VACATING>P{> ICATt0N, AND FOB AVANIJOMNO TAtMUAiaRF, FLOHI0AkolHK MARTIN:- YELEN.Attorney Deputy' Clerk

of Terrier linemen work. I Is minimum strengthening shoulders" Game A PORTION or A NOTICE: ll hereby alv.o that the for Plaintiff
working a group Varsity during list at a DKA1NAQU: AND tllll-ITr KAUKMbNT the Internal 'Improvement Mil Ill ur.vne, Bul.llng| ,
outs at Titusville High Wednesday afternoon Wednes "We've got to keep every man said : 1.UCATFO ON TUB MAST Ier..ao the Mlate of Florida Miami, .Florida 4 Trl.) 1M4.
6(1,( fell OP LOT 10 AND In mettluc/ In tits Board Room nf Am 74 21. 21 Sept
day's practice was the'.last session since Hurricane Cleo together In order to hit Sanford "Last year we made the mistake Tonight T Jaycees IHI.; Hfcxr *.o FEET: agJ."Lo n, the Governor office, Capitol
.) with all we have" Head Coach of hitting hard the first several AND 19. BLOCK in .. ihowo ON Bulldlni. achodulad for 10,00 AM.
hit evening1SAl'hoto.
MACHINE ROW only
Thursday THE' PLAT Of IMl'kRIAL.: KHTATK IK ".T.) on September ash 1WI4 will ADDING
John Gaines laid. day of practice and a*',a t'NIT J'lVlIJp KM'OHpKI) coiiildor 1al,, made by Hall, 2Se eacn it tile Star-Advofale

Gaines J Is referring to the Sanford result, we had lot of sore muscles Present AwardTitusville'i THK IN PLAT Pl'HLIC BOOK nurORD JOROI. fillHhaaaea H.nw.ll 1 J.'lorl cI'Hul.a.) o pn Boa behalf U.'S of, Office.HURRICANE.

M Seminoles, Titusville'i first arm and shoulders. If a VARD COUNTY, FLORIDA. : A. :13r'II lend:: ham
of 1bI'0 "I to-
opponent of pie t '64! campaign boy li sore to a certain extent, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NollL. !I. hereby glv n by tbt wF/ilt
In he can't think about football like ,Junior Athlete of Board Commluloncri /l. Mo. J :1MM5-563
I11Jl "They've got to be strong of Counly of
I
ISro\'lrd ,.Iorhl., A parcel. of aubmeraed land In
County
n physical condition and good he should. So, to avoid the bad the year award will ba presented Chupl.r HSU 10 riurlila punuinlto NUIUIN the Banana River In Section 27. I

moral spirits, because we know shoulders, elbow, etc., we're' by Jaycee" President Paul Sail- with/OIKU: the that..ld a Buurd pDtltlon oa WII site Hind bail Town.hip: Brevard a. South County., Statue Floilda 37, SUPPLIES

that' the type of condition Sanford taking it easy bury to a member of the Titus- C.lldol ltW4 lo clo.., vasote Aug.I, more .particularly described asfollows
,
WUfflflbmL will be In and! to boot "By next week, we should| > a certain dralimis and : I
are WESTERN
AUTO
yule Little League during the Sty .sniiient In (Iravai-d Commence at the point of Interaeailon -
one of the roughest teams on our start knocking, that i la if Cloo Florida di rlhed ai follow.: UIU'j of he North line of Lot powntown Pore
Sponsor' Banquet, tonight at The Ka.l BO feet of Lot 1(1( 12, Banana River ,,:..ale.. according I
ten game schedule, he added. and the weather make a changefor (he Stein 60 feet of Lot 11. I to the plat '
Generally, the first days of the better," he added WW hlperJII. Hill' Pountry pluij. Block Id. .. ihown on the Plat corded 1 In Plat Bonk 'r.r'.i:: ---
.
,
1.J of Imperial five. of the Public Record of Brevard
contact work mean sprained Last week, tho Terrier missqd i recorded In :. .t"'iI lIi 111, Pafe County, Florida and the Welt FACTORY PAINT
The banquet .If sponsored/ by lob, of the Public Kecorda of right of way line of Banana
ankles, torn knees and other Injuries only one practice due to rain}, the Board of Director and held lli.vtrd Counly, Florida. and River Drive: thence Weal along:
1\ the but sessions morning KIM 60 lent 11 andthe the aald North line of Lot 12. adleleooe
but apparently first Thursday
in of C: : 01IJioa: OUTLET INC.
primarily recognition\ the Unit to fed Ulock of 101 feet mora or lfa ,
week of hard conditioning running and afternoon! along with this league on ,' ( to a point op the mean blah
sponsors.Guest portal Putt Plv.,
off in style for the morning were also cancelled a* )Mat recorded water mark on the Vaalerlvbore Baldwin! Shopping Center!
paid ::; of the Banana River laid
At TIIS, the Terriers can hardly wait to meet Sanford in the season In rial JJook IS P .
Terrier Cleo at that time began bearing speaker for the banquet 105 of the Pulillo Recorda of point being I the Point of Beglnnlne "
opener and get the first contest out of the way. But, If they'll stop 03 revue d County, Florida. ; of tbla Only four member of the down on the east coast areas. II Bob Willis General Managerof and that the laid Hoard of County continue North SI' W 21" Weal.a fTX
and think, !they might low their thoughts to mere dream, because squad missed Thursday' practice Caine said if the weather the Orlando Twins. tiimmlMlonera will hold a Public dl.tanc of EK724 feet to a
Sanford will not be by Hearlnf on the poUUon.1 10:30onluuk point In the Mtahll.hed bulkb..dline
pushover means
a
any due to Injuries-Sophomore clear up and Cleo heads back Jaycee Junior Athlete of) the AM. on the 10th day of ; Ounce Mouth 41' W 46'
Last the Terrier lost 1312 to the f peminolei of Sanford in I Went, along laid bulkhead line, {
year, be held wiU Heptembor l 196. at Tlluivllle h !
halfback Eddie Ford has a twist- to sea, practice might: Year/ award eIn/ annual lila. at which time thoao for and a dlalanc of 112062 feet to a Il
possibly one of the hardest fought game for a season opener in quit polnl, thence South 81' 43' 21"
time. ed knee; David Ward, Senior this afternoon. presentation by the Jaycee flnnl.0In.1/ attlnn the .om.taken will be hard and But: a dl.tanc. of IMS 60 feet

some Thin the gnih day! of AuU.t 1964i to a point/ on the said mean high
They have 21 returning lettermen,that by Itself la enough to scare ('K \\1CKHAM, water mark on the Eauterly Ij!
CHAIRMAN, chore of the Banana Hlver;
anyone away Also, they have a potentially fine crop of youngstersfrom Carter Plans Talks IJOAKD I OfHHKVAHO COUNTY tbtnc meander NoKheaaurlv '
COM..II..ION.Rf. I. along amid mean high water ill 'liII'I
the highly successful Jayvee squad of last season, plus some : COl'NTT, lilrk. a dlalanc of 10070 feet !
sophomore up from the top notch Sanford Junior High Brave FLORIDA more or .leaa, to the Point ofRrginning. '
Aug 21 Orll 1M<. Containing 17.04seer.
However, as noted in Sanford Herald sports editor Julian Sten- .. mor* or las

= atrom'a "Thinking Out.oud"/ sports column, the Tribe will miss the and. will\ consider objection ther.to .- IllIli II II
With NASA On Beaches ENVELOPES Business Sires Objection to the propoaed sale ..
late Buddy Lawson and his ability to explode at any moment witha Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp of the laid thief land Engineer should, be Trueter submitted of the to -II

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TD. Lawson a* many probably remember wa no doubt, one of for mailing. Full stock at StarAdvocate. Internal Improvement Fund Elliot

Sanford' finest halfbacks and track ,men. He ,was killed last summer) Brevard County 1W001.ation cs for one More* season problems that arose for NASA I In Building the data TallahaMie fir.I. above. Florida mentioned. prior

.. In a car accident. v Director flslph Cartel J pLeas to "They (NASA) werned ,Quite ja opening the beaches directlyin decline The Tru.lee to make reaerthe.ale of any right or all to

= In last year'p campaign Sanford won 10 of >l contest. Several meet with National Aeronauticsand pleased with the beach operation the) heart of MIL country IV:' THE CIRfriT/ COfRT IN AND of laid lend, The ante If and when
.
at them were close, but that only county In horseshoe, Space Administration of. this year, and stated they It meant constant alertness for IDA FOK BREVARD IHANCFRY: COUNTY.NO MKlMILDRED FloOR mad reserving.h.'l b* unto aubjeu themanlve to the Truateea 76'1:- -

= The boy elected to do most of Sanford'i almost endless running icial in October to discus the also wanted to try opening it the construction crew especially : L COOS ROD.VI. Plaintiff of me.I a the la and pho.phat 60, of, the mineral petroleum and SAVE $1.00

= is Ronnie Hmson. Despite being a quarterback, Hinson rum, as wellas possibility of opening the Titus again for another season if Arrangement with all the heavy equipment thereon or thereunder, Purchaser I Isrequired
to for furnl.h
throwing when the occasion demand. He' S'9" and weigh(: 165 ville Beach for next year, could be made" he working In that area. JAMES D. COONHUD Defendant. I tax pay alamp or for. the documentary In..trun.nl .<'.Hit..I. out IIIIOH Ililx|>.r....nno-.. .>ll.i. .It.,.towardpnrrhNMt wwthI I

::.. pounds, and has taken command of Sanford'i squad!! for two year. The entire beach urea, along laid. "During the past season, an TOJamea: \on D l/'E CoonrodYOU : OF "i ir ORDER nt eonvevanee.HY ot Iho Trueleee or I". Taint' of Product u gallon Cum ot aeyRrunln. In]

= :. In the line they'll have Joe Farlesa, guard and middle linebacker. with the northern section of Speaking very highly of average of 300 persons visited ARE' HKHKMV NOTIFIED the the Btat internal of FloridaFARHIg Improvement. Fund of ......-anil novel! OKrKR: I1OOII
that lull for dlvorc her been tow A iiMirrn IIMK': OM.V
A short stocky S'9", 185 pounder, according to reports, he' ready for Merritt Island is expected to NASA Carter said local rest- the beaches daily and about 1200 filed a agalnat YOU In the Circuit HHYANT Governor

= a good season. And another big boy, David Noell Is expected to do close to the general public in dente actually don't realize the on the weekends. From what I In Court and of for the Brevard Ninth County Judicial Florida Circuit, Attest: W.Truelnea R KID!I., Chief I. Fund Engineer For A Fine Finish .

=- great: things for Sanford. Conference official rate him one of the October, while the beaches arc we've' been told the operation I entitled MII.DHH J L (OONROD, Aug..!, 14, 21. 28 '''rl.1) 1114I._ Start With BrunlnglWt

toughest tackles in the Metro Conference. scheduled for closing J J.abor pay Rec. Director was the most successful ever I Plaintiff Defendant va Chancery JAMES No.. COQNROO:2H821 You, lariat Give TV Tool
Read Star-Advocate CI Stamps
as- !
::. As Strenstrom say In his column Sanford'i going to have another September 7. held In Titusville, Carter add of are your hereby answer required nr to other aerv written a copy j r I.

::. winning season He says, they will lose some, natch, but not Carter laid there 1 II a possibility ed. I defenaeii to the Complaint filedherela
under the upon Carl a $!dwanaon Attorney
Operating County
= enough to consider a bad campaign. that even with Meiplt Praised For Work fur Plaintiff, and to file the
Recreation Department, conces-i: original thereof In the office of the
It'a not difficult to agree with the Sanford Sport Editor!: Without Island closing to the MILD Cleik of th* Clnult Court of lire- ARC DODGE INC.YOUR
even seeing Sanford in action, weknow they're hard to beat project, of obtaining the bench Fin Progr.mEditor lion stands were constructed, |i toed County, Florida. on or before .
,
the Hth of A D.,
lifeguards on duty nearly 7 days day September
--
: I 11161.HI'RI'N DODGE SIMCA DEALERS
week 14 hours along '
a per day : FAIL NOT or a OocreePrn
Summer Is passing, but we t.bles.1 I Confefeo will be oat.r.,1.lIala.t
u with showers and picnic .
for the relief
e trust it Is never to late to state Carter aaid if It li impossible j In sold you 'lImplalnl. prayedat rvlc Headquarter For All *
appreciation to the City of TI. I DONE AND OHD.KED at Tltuau -
1 care for NASA to reopen the beaches I vllle. "Inrhl.. thus 12th day of AIlIr- CbryiUr Product.
/ 14Y tusvlllo and the Recreation Department l A. D 1W4.
R SF the county can salvage most of:
for a job well done tCCH'RT' HFAI: ) S Air Conditioning and Tranamliilon Specialists
thl equipment! or move it to another I C-t hn* II BAHNEH
with their Summer Recreation CLERK: OF THE CIRCt'IT On Duty Now.
locatIon. I ('Ot'RT for BHHVAROCOINTY. :
PI.C sJ program. Mr Jack Miller did A .
FLORIDABY
Also while the beach hal been
Cor. Hopkins & Harrison 267-4331
fine job of planning and promoting V. M Kpangler
$ in operation there were no I
Z99 TRUSSESAIIthotbecI Summer Recreation; the Aug. 14. 21. 21.u2pth.r: ,) 1M4! I< .
drowning or reported st'riousl
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program was varied and the
Injiii lea.
young people employed were I

) Satrford DM!* *xSHr Member WwW, talented and reliable. Not only
Roof are the children helped and en Too Late To ClassifyTOO I
'e Larfttt Truss Prefabricating SystiM
OM couraged that attend the pro --

gram but the youth working LATE FINAL NOTICE !
PANNING LUMBER (0. with them arc gaining valuable DUPLEX FOR RENTUNFURN1SIIED 2 bedroom --I

experience for future vocations! adults preferred 434 Lenore
t NEW U. S.1 1 SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY We hope next summer we will -

PHONE 267-6383 see a bigger and even better CLEAN DUPLEX, NICELY FOR RENT furnished.. : 3: room While They Last No Reasonable Offer Refused!

-- Summer Recreation program apartment. Adult 267.5344.

10 PIECE SOFA BED for Titusville.Mr. .
MORTGAGES . .
Group Valut.S 1(9.99 and Mrs Bruce J.
-r STAR-ADVOCATE CI.ssifid Ads--tet Result Snyder MORTGAGE 2675500. WANTED. 2675500. 1- LINCOLN CONTINENTAL UP

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I'Jl lit. Savings insured up to 10,01)0) $30,000( for a husband

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V Government.
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Group Value 519SMATHER r FOR LES HOUGHTON or OWEN HUMAN


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Semi,Annually
OF NEW SMYHNA I Downtown Office Branch Office 7pQ $. WASHINGTON AVE. AT SOUTH ST. TITUSVILLE 267-7812

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.Friday- AUllust 28, 1964 Tltu.vlll. (Florida) Star.Adv.e.M lags I r that would give me ill the Inforn }- Tides I I ;
IN THIC CIRCUIT COURT
.
'.ttlon 1 wanted and finally l ) MJf* i.wft JjJU'W..ltD'; Jul'NTr; rWRJ' 4WOTI'ih.
bound up bU 'ln' a Boy Scout I or':. ;'u.
Auf 21 Kl riiAtiQddavd' .
Mari Badge booklet It has a lot M. liW"ij.ozl"..
11 26 8:50 a. t
: 1m. : m114pm .
uf JCIIIII l alutf ill U that I couldn't t."IIIIIt1.;
Star-Advocate : T:25: p.mtvn j'1I1tIin'OrlllrcROBltk .
SportsNEWS find anywhere else Like how to : *
t .. Aug. :3D ? j M?N,. *y.
t uxe a cause for rvsuue work It 1:22: I m. 7:SI a.m. I JWond.M: .
j jAI.TOM would I be about Ih* Jut thing ru: CbrJ.UiBluf" Rerottoow ..
: 11:19 pm 8:31: minmfi unknown ,

AND VIEWS O Id want to use for a Job Ilk!! MM., Au/. 31. yen a AUK unMHlol iiniKiiv:' for W"NOTirutullml ..... 7e I
1: LM that, but it con be used if you 2:27: ..In, 1:59: p.m'j I run ford I MUII.I you ..d f uif )
r. know how to it. You a rogniMA. 'in or'''.' w>pyfuUnff !
me canven 329pn: ). 9:41: ,, .
nUl' A1
) aoee.'r n' ""' to **
--III"l _4a2S.71 t9O",,.. _,._.. .. .- .-.-....._ _" Melissa Yardman, who it only one I don know how long he <' pick a Damped canoe outer --I ''nilitUI 111'|,i,, ,fflh, ? lalntirri,, of 'A t fitlt e- 4
the wnter get it onto our own Jf have rental law hint, u.nlV, 1 ANtr I0 -
old hit fought with you
fourteen yearn already : him, but it wit quito
done somithm' In the flshm' a IIjwll.|| t'anoi nnd get! rid I of nil the Water housing list It In I 1".1010.Illr ..n.11"1,iloilo"1\1.\ the AII'loIo.nlalnll( Coeua'JIlJI0"1' -.
:ii' in the procisH and then pick| I U. ptuallnj:I In .. of k-rf 6t ,
deparbunit' that I never ('ouldlShe That big old fish would go< ,tilllull. ut Ih. 11'.1111' Court on
the The Star Atavocate
that '
up uiie or more -
swamped "I'' Mdorr .h. KIll ,
few oIow nf a-
went out to the taker a down nnd t slay l down And he dam aWpt-
a ..
o't itThe b"I'' IWI If vim tiuTla 4" ,. I
day ago, II hin' with tn old and run and keep right on -- ----- !U.", i .,. I 1'1''., Confronts "'IIM'. tiCilflmilu
I IK Twin: niimiT ooi'WT or Tint
"t fir 'lb. .
yuti retie demaitA'rJ
cane pole and a live mfdleflnhand runnin' S.lIIwliml'a) it wan all point is, it's a dogenned 1.TI""I JI'DIC'l l IAU 1.HAJN;!:'! IN \In' lhr. .tanu) iiu 4
trout that Eddie But II : I1ATFI it. T7lu Mlli. ', Br.vi.r>
sho rauitH( a mull' do In turn Mm Rood idea to /go out mid turn one 0111OA .
I''UIIV( Hurhlu IMl Klk H .r.fI
weighed :3h pounds I don't he kept mi fiphtin him, and finally nt the tiling over Lh'l t1l'ratrly, I'IIANI'IRY' !: NO 9KMHI, AUKU.I, 1'Na.I Il .,.
I.A l'ICJlNCIi: : A. ,
know l how the got her bait, but tot Mm clear up to the so that joii ran rigger out all W1L.COYPUInUff. hrk iiriln uf n lilt llnrn rb.aitCoure". I

it'i a fart that trout will hit live bout UnlIt WU'II\'t t a bin tar these things befoie you have \lo 1.IND4 VI. \vnrox., llrcinid" (',iiinly. 'I"rlol".! '* '. t
V M
Hiiitiiii
uy rIlilillly
needlefish when they won't look pun like he won hopm' it wax !II l ,do it for set loin You can readll ( nifonlint, i | dirklrorm '

at anything Use. And anybody was a doomed:/ shark) And for :> the bwka, you want to nnd jtill | TO] |.IN'OTU'r DA A, WII.TOX or "I' r i ( "' ">'RarhhOf "In AND itmiiiKl ,

who will co to tie tioublo of conic reason' Mdio: fiKKcred fan md to no through t the real II l I', Unndolph, Nrw Turk ?l IlillHl, Ar ndx I .'.
NOTUX: 'III hmliv Rlv.S (hut lhfUlulirl taio.. tit..Ill
ficltm'! sonic of them streamlined bout wain"t big enough for him bung before" tint really know all lAl'HkMH" A. WllI .
rll' Halntirr
I i Atlu-ni-y '
OX him fllf I bin t null for nlvorrr.R.In.I
: cruUri for bait, can be pretty and that biR, old fmb So he finally about HmiiNhm' like that the o.feoaanL I INHA A. WlIl'I'IT! I l'OI'IIT MI-At
'. ,
Stet
21 Ji!
AUK h 4 II Pelt
pi
'
we of catd n' some real nice had to cut the line. But I \MI! OIn lb. limit I unit" In
and for Mrcvurd Mirllnlhi .
More Counly
unit .
mare fishermen -- -------- --
trout i iI a .pose! it'x just 01 well them are1Iln' > .bbr.vliliid till la UlllDX

1 iliarki afoot I much good! ( for ('ltt.in' cnnoos m this country va The\MlioX lIo'on.l"nl' Ii required lo file ADDING \C1IINE: ROLLS Ol lj15e
AV waR just tryin'to figger why anyway. They have already' used alot ot \b.r Annwrr with the (Ink, i>( therlrrull each at the Star.Advocate
: they like 'em so much, and it '('111 In the north woods, and Court end'! In Mrvi a PIMIVthcrmif ., j Office.!
You know I ain't t been awlm upon llw llalnilffi AtInrnrV -
just could be thut they can't"ordmarily I think fll pp 'lnlly In the urn thcaat Most ni Inlur I linn Hrnliriilifr. ,
min' for time
a long ao
catch of the (dog of Own have Jtl.l. IMKAIL!
any always been NOT Arfiiult .li.ll l lluk'n b. I
I It put n sail on my canoe 7hut or a r ECi1C'4Ir.
Ye + Bound thing I keep Ihinkln'about (fragile l things, tonipaied to oilier Kualnxl yuu
ought to take care o that) Any Ciiriln! R. Kxrniw
the only time I types of bonU but the I.Urk. of lh. tlrrull Court ARNOlClUltOUNCI'
king way, I want to find out if I modern l,
heard my line orally list: Mary Ju. I'nii" rItal'ulv
j could hake the water out of the i',noe, nmdi lIt aluminum, stain- dirk
through the water. I'd hooked a I IITJI"HICNl: It MAUVAItAllirmv '" Olt tAt
l/glit dogponod canoe I've been read' less steel" or ficerglnm/: ran take for riulnlirt' ,
e good tizod nccdlifuih on a ( \I )
arm) N Mmmiiu
in' on that sort of thing, and I IIf Avriiiworlnniln I
tfuuun' rill and when he took tip an awful lot of rough trenlment l InrliU I ,, NJ1/
a fellor known how to go at it. > ;= Auf, H 91, .*. Hufit" 4 Fri > JM4 I
oft, he really made the hew sing, err
he should be able to shako out I
at it went lultuT through the
all the water it will hold; and( in i
water And it just t might be that ,
UK !Uiun one minute! It'll bo .1
the trout know that they are
r tIA good tuck, anyway even if I Itan't
easier 10 catch whenever
yoiv' |
do ,itSdloutly.
got '.lu ou a tJill.lI' lina
/? foolw' around with

Eddie M'Dinids wend ''out n canoe t* nskin' to get wit And

4 A fisliin' too, a few vvi'iuM't blob 11'. a good Ma to know in advauie .
UJtJi i, "' l .:.z..Jf.., .-. .........-n .L ,fie 21 and got a real big fish Daily be ( flOw to Rd out of that kind

DtlAGSTER READY Bob Whiting and dragster/ Lathe, owner of the rail from lidiit( want it after he caught of trouble Most times it would

Lyle Lathe are shown placing the final Melbourne and Whiting constructed: the ill I Eddie! wee up by the railroad. be wise (o shay with the craft, 1

4 touches on their D Fuel Dragster the $4,000 machine in three weeks The small Liidgf, and ho was haVin jig matter what hOPJ>I.'ns. Mine !

they're to the 292 cubic inch Chevrolet trouble with aunulhio' that wan has ulyiofoani floatation In it,
I one taking National Dragsat engine, developing -
almost too big for him The Out but I'm not |oo sure that has '
and around is
Indianapolis leaving Titusville today 350 horsepower expected to
Whiting, 25 year old Titusville resident push the dragster to speeds of at least 170 time it happened, they couldn't enough to do more than just i
tell what it wax but it kept tear- hardy float !the canoe Itidf! It :
I and an employee of the County Engineer's miles per hour.-(S-A Photo.)
next don tack like it would hold
In' up their !gear So t the > up
drafting departnvnt) will drive the 'H
lime, Eddie wall rosily! And any additional weight I

"i sure enough/ he hooked a big I hunted around for a bonk,


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i T iivIU. ('Iorld.) It.r-Acln.1fe p,.,..", Auulf 21,1964 Lighthouse Tabernacle very tilt]. pole damage Moat of "If this storm had followed trol s favor, as larvae cannot

our problems were downed a prolonged drouth, we would exist In high water

Normandy Mrs. Carlile Dies Trash littlo Damage To Services at the full gospel wires." bave really had problems," "Thli last influx of mosquitoes

Pickup Lighthouse Tabernacle on Sunday Telephone communications Salmala said "But we had ram I feel, will be the climax of the
Mrs B. B. (Etta) Carlile former Citrus, Say Growers will begin at 10 a.m. with were intact during the storm Inmost and the water level was pretty mosquito season" Salmala re

resident of the LaGrangearea Cleo heavy rains aided citrus Sunday School followed at 11 of the city, however South good. We had put plenty) bf ported
Registration died Thursday In Mobile, Over Week-End and her a.m. with morning worship Titusville was affected some. minnows out which kept the
strong winds apparently He stated happily that a
Alabama, after a long illness with Pastor Jesse Trawick bringIng larva at a low point Of course
Registration for children attending She Is the wife of the late now City Manager Cleveland Tal- didn't do too much the message and at 7:30: Mosquitoes ComingJack after every rain like this, eggs dredge operated on the west

Normandy School will man Carlile and sister.in.law of madge said today that the city damage to local groves, ac pm evangelistic service with hatch and the mosquioea come." banks of the Indian River near

take place on Monday, August C W. Carlile of LaGrange will attempt to be out in all cording to local citrus menThe Evangelist Charles Woodson! In Sa.mala, county mosquito Salmala said the hurricane- Scottsmoor,, had battened

31 between 9 and 12 noon and areas of the city over the weekend Star'Advocate talked to charge control director said this morning down the hatches" and rode
driven rains flooded tne marshes '
1 and 3pm.Returning Mr. Foose Dies for trash and dtbrla collect. a number of grove owners who that the public can expectan out the storm with no injury or
which is in the mosquito con. damage to equipment.
long
immediate of
students and had been out In the hammockthis flurry mosquitoes
new
Clarence N. Koosc St 1150 but that the county
students morning, and all reported HURRICANEContinued
are expected to be "I want to advise citizens to
Tiitusvillc died will benefit from the hurricane,
Hardy Street damage
was slight
registered at this time in orderto put their dtbrls! in piles at col I
Thuraday while on a visit in mosquito control wise in the
facilitate class assignments Pennsylvania lit lion points for pick up Saturday 'There was some droppige ( From Page 1) long run.
schedule and bus route plan or Sunday" Talmadge said
and
we might lose some fruit in school principals, etc, to make ,
ning, before school begins on lie said the debris should not b* the next 60 days as a result of aecured
everything was
Sept. 8.Normandy. Mims Methodist in lengths of over S feet and wind sure /
damage, but I d it was
say around buildings prior to the arrival VOLKSWAGENREPAIRS fTlri/e/
School Is a part of piled In suth a manner that It extremely light In the hammock a.aTN
Bievard County School system Rev Sunford Mayo pastor of could be easily and quickly picked area." one observed said lie of Clco & SERVICEFor .
the First Methodlht Church of
and Is exclusively for education up. added that some exposed TltusrUU Aria
for children with Minis, announces morning!! air- grovts No Phone Delay
ability which physical dir vice at 900: and 11:00 o'clock Blown down trees, and other ., or some in the Shiloh area, r. ..tBREVARD
makes them un might have been Blumer Southern Bell
harder fat
hit ,
able to next Sunday. The sermon topic debris too largo for collection MECHANIC ON DUTY
attend other schools trucks lie also said that reports he manager here, said this mornIng -
Therefore it will be Quest for Salvation will have to be removedat PAINT & DECORATINGSHERWIN
serves the entire hud received flour that
further the telephone
the of the south, company
north end of the from Sunday school will convene expense) property BRUCE'SAMERICAN
county
Port St. John to the county line at 10:00: and Baplixt Youth .'el' owners Talmadge stressed where initial estimates were as i, escaped serious problems WILLIAMS PAINT

Newcomers in the Titusville lowship at 630: p.m. Stimuli/ He aid he was attemptingto high( as 75 per cent loss,"liidi'i "There is some cable problemIn SERVICE 110 S. WASHINGTON AVENUE PHONE 277124

area who have physically handicapped ) topic of the 7:30: p.m, si I'vice will get additional equipment and rated a 21 per cent figure wa | the south end of the city" Breed: A Wathlmjton St. ;8ESlIN MINT .' BUt t1f :OL RSBu.r: 1ft SUVltt
to retain
be Meaning for Life" personnel to relieve more realistic
children of school age Blumer said, but there was
the problems of trash collection,
are advised to call the school at -----------
The usual Bible study will beheld
267. lie pointed out that this will
5906 for
further Information. "
on Wednesday at 7:00: o be in all areas of the city even
All interested persons are invited clock Registration for the those presently under service by

located to visit on the North school Williams whichis Merry be held Midgets Monday Kindergartenwill from 9 to rather East Coast than Disposal by city Service service, / WANT MORE FOR YOUR MONEY?'' KEEP YOUR EYE ON GRANTS I

Ave at Arthur
Dunn
Airpark 12
noon alone. ,

First Christian IRCThe 150',1 el
STAR ADVOCATE'S in9 ;

Flr.t Chi.:.(Un. Church! of --

Indian River City meets at the

Indian River City civic center
dibit school opens at 9 am. Crossword PuzzleACROSS

fend worship IIcrv Ice opens at 10, ,> IlI
am. Bruce Spiller will preach.
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>uiiK or aktc DOWN 20. High ie nI
Koike la hireby ilv.n that L QIII& L l'Ia..ment' card
...am 10 Clio Uw.". of aw purJMIIHI .. .Howfroat 1 Precious 21. Spread I J
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tiufeuia "tl" In' the 101111 poud-
,... J'Inow'a atone out
lug iu lirtuil <(amt of lie
iutu Juiililul Circuit, Iu .",il for toll 5.Botch 22. Goat ,
1.'d County. t t..rlua. litaiy .ban 11.Metal 4.Wafer god ,,' : '
1 Grants down pric4s-yptr ring In tJsairtngat
No r rings
.a,0the 0n0uIaleued .
Link will nil Hi. 11.Aa B.Put through 23.Heard l p r .,
/ ...hl/ I uiinly drum plnpully.lluatedu lord' aa: .Jtpoatoa! ricer, a* ot t -JLV" ''mA"m IH*. K Wta.V BU" mju' f mar HUL / ..
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Li.I IH, HAMPTON HUMUS, llDroUfallovrti vegetables rya '"' -

ac atl1CDrvlle.UN:,iinllni to the. UNIT flat Mo thereof, 6, 6 Persia 28. Project ''I' -L-
recorded In Plal Book 13, Page edloq. Morning: 26.Impu- '
IU l-uullo 1<.o..rd. of Bravard poet n
County. Klorlila :: =:: I..TomaJie talk: r V4 ....
liaetnar with all truuluwe" and .
more U.A
Impiovempnla
now ant horaafioron .
said land. and fixture attacked 1C...god beloved 21.Arouc .e.1IountJe4.
thureto. aid all re...... laauea pro- 11.t1 bppf It Feathered 28.It II: u a bell
reed. and proflla auirulni. to to le.Ghlaa creature contracted
3TPiaootoe
accrue from old pmnlata, all at
whhh ara liu ludod within lha fora rtv.r 13 Part otachair 20Perleh beee
$AVE9st
null deaurlpilon aid tha Datum HXBupoMdto: back 10.Careen: '1.Weight) re
tiuin. thereof. alp all ells. aloarni 15.Girl. naut liieb .
01.11'10 l watir ana other hiailnacooklnit ON TWO
rvfrlaiiia.inn. h.ini"it. Currant nickname 82.Warda 40. EecapsI ,
pluiiilHim. vanillatinv, Irrlaallna, of air IT Pigpen oft IL
air conullliulna' ;, and powir aye SI Portion
toms. niachlnea, appllanovi. Clxturaa tlliludln I 2 4 ,s (o" i IbMuleo ;
and eppurtrnaeuo4" |
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or may hurratur. 1"laln, to. or buu Gulf of .,
..u with In. oa or about aalilpiumlM b ,,10u..r'oIlhl <
*. even tlioiinh they be do- l 1i

.lac.Ie..ed to or the aetuohablu hlshiKi and l .dual al. ..hld"r pulillu II II I 15 ; ,, 11b
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the lath day of Hppiunmor, lads, al 38.An under- I'" I ..
the ..ant front dour of 111. 111'...... water -"
1 1 IIut y CounbuuM; In iltuavili. err ,
flotilla ply Ib ; IlI 110$ ; .
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t lirk of the t'Ircult-'Vourt tool I liy diary lop 1'1'imkOWHT 12 Sultabl

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It: roanla M, Hwiuur holder of ten for 39 10
cirilfliatK" No til laaued the Ulat
day of May A D 1MU:, aaa flied 41:Affirm41UttlUof I-tl I 4l a I Sale
name In my offiua and haa made
aiiullcutlon fur a lax dead to be work
tamil: Ihorvon: the .fillowlns Maid cartlfkataaiuliiacra drucrlliM I 44.Kothlnj; %I* ;'V+ OR SCHOOL FOOTWEAR
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mule 01 I"IIII'hl" _. .
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Ylu'le" ------
11 inlalli n 36 al per -
plat buns a puma a Cotton
Lrluopln.I : Uranl Ten Acne 7-14..

erty The Mainvnt uniler inn of paid the: old oertlfliaie: prop. 1'1 MONEY r aerylic- e3.37'REGULARLY
MUI-I .... In the name of Will. socks
him llahman. halata: ,
rulienipil lIII.: .. aald mrtifkit. shall be For Extra FastSERVICE. BORROW_ PAYMENT ,
aooorlln to law the I I
,',r.I"'rly ilia.'rllM-d Ih rein: will be 1150.bo ,.' 3.99
to the hliiheit hi I Irt.\ at the 1300.00''' to
"ourthoul dour .1 e. 11$1 children will love the smart and
f : o'.lu"k styling com
nun. on W'IO flr.t Mondar in the Phone 267.4331 1:: : g:'
munlh of A l>, :Iiw4. whli h : these faahioav-right favorite-youU like
I.(6Lthe; Olh day of October AD I '' loens Up T. $600. quality, and low low price!
1>.10"' till.' U PAY BILLS. TAXES, REPAIRS. ETC. '!
AD, li164, day "' *"*".' GIRLS' SABOT snArl soft, Ripple black

(Curlla loik of R.llrtull tlarnea Court Br.. 'Southern Loan Company 4 & upper, durable dose-edge composition:

CClrell1t vard Counly. Ylnrlthl' Machine washable lack'W rubber heel lor beaUty support. Size 8%- .
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Elect vamp, soft, smooth leather upper, sturdy
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Tailored sportswear look in a mar.

t.nuM GEORGE J. velous selection: of styles...2.pc.shift 5
jumper and blouse; shirtwaist with j

3" hems, zippered or button front.

2.tone combination, stripes, checks $1
solids. Popular collar style 714.

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Mims Area Happenings



BOB HUDSON'S laix4drocate New School Teachers I


\' Th Voice .. 25.000 North Brvrard County Bld atsi ,

MULLET 1 1al
o William R Scmmes, who River City She U a graduate of and library piofesslon for seveV'
fRIDAY AUGUST 21, 1!M Page 1-B
TITUSVILLf FLORIDA, ,
WRAPPER Section B conus from Cleveland Trnn Mitsixsippi Stile College! for vl-srs. IK married and with
the past year he was affiliate,) Women at Columbus Miss, HIT her hus!).ind, who Is in the con

YLTI F J I with the Gulf Life nnuiaiuo Co horn town i is Corinth, MIIIII.1.II'IIInll' lruLtion business with the Op

I I r _. I Hi ruoivid his B\ degree from did substitute work crating Eng'm-en, and their

One of these days Alabama is would be accused of supporting St llunard College! In Cullmen m'court term In Elementary time id: children, Stephen

Doing to Join the union. We sym a pair of candidates Al.ilium.i, is now working on his sihiiiils of Corinth/ and during: Tlioina. age' 10, and twists
pathise with those Alabamians Mist t'r., di'uiie at the University (he Dimmer she worked with ti.akhn, like and MargeretSu
.
it the Democratic convention, An Ironworker was nonchalantly i of ('liall,intidsa. lie Is a the office ptrionnel at the Dean ..in. 8. live, In Westwood Man

but we were amused at the flying walking the beams high m I Im member of Toast uuihttrs nltinitioml liuik Line Inr. where her par' or at J2U:! l',coy Street Mrs. Rat-

of flags at the State Capitol in above the street on a new sky- J Ja and tin/ Juvifi's, lime Hub- rnts Mr und Mrs N. E. Honey- iiI HtlMidecl IJeica College at

Montgomery. scraper while the pneumatic lilts 010 flsl:ing. booting and cutt me lath employed Ilcreperi llerea Kentucky She loves to

Flying high on the pole over hammers made a ncrvejanghng likes to play' class He rmliltst d interest besides teaching read and collect coin

the dome of the Capitol building racket and the compressor be 4220 Albumin St.. Titusville, .ID sewing and refinishing old ,

are two flags-the top one the low shook the whole steel struc- with his wife Mary Margnrtt./ furniture. Miss Karen Koptish, now llv.

flag of the State of Alabama, ture. When he came down, a who '15 I tvoihtr at the Coquina --
inn at 10 Ellis Circle, Indian
the lower one the Flag of the spectator approached him. .lli'incntarv School Mn Jeanette Katliff, Comes
River City, cornea from New
Confederacy, "I was amazed at your calmness from Elkhorn City. Kentucky

On the south lawn, on a much tip there,' he yelled to the from the home of the Scenic Ilreuki Orleans, Louisiana Karen I It a
Judith E lit limit comes
lower pole flies the flag of the iron worker. "How did you of the Sandy" Interstate park, 1984 graduate of Southeasters
ChurVMoii! Went Virginia: In a
United States happen to get a job like this" I College: She!' has been In the teaching Louisiana College in Hammond
1 C' admit! from Harvey
.
"Well, the calm iron worker -- -- -- ------ --- -
In C'h Ji'Irsltw, Has a AH dcititein
A customer was being shaved yelled back, "I used to drive a 1Ya I
Sooolocy ciitiflid!
when an excited man burst Into school bus until my nerves gave Eh.mrnt'l
the barber shop and, shaking the out" try Eilwiitmn Judith I A H
\. two aura at Knnawhn : J e II I TO CONSOLIDATE BILLS OR ANY
customi'r'l foot, yelled, "Wilbur, v : OTHER WORTHWHILE PURPOSE NOW .
t1) m;ntJi>', srrond grade pi-unary NO
your house is on fire" What to do when a hurricane / J
I /, : dKismn. llir. fiithir la I !'oIl'lho-I LONGER NECESSARY TO DRIVE 15 TO SO MILES
Startled, the customer leaped comes, we made preparations FOR THAT ADDITIONAL LOANI!
dist minister Slim her
from the chair and, forgetting We put up the cover over the of ...- ..- _t' .1, ._ -, ----,--- -- says
mother Is housewife, but that
about his lathered face, ran fice windows and, If you passed NEW TEACHERS Mims Elementary Mrs Eva S, Powell, Hilda Smith, Melanie a
(lot of She ban
rivers cin errs
madly down the street After by late yesterday or this morn School will have several new teachers for Honeycutt, Karen KopU h, and Judith one brother a and likes practically ATLANTIC LOAN COMPANY

running two blocks he slopped ing, you probably wondered the coming school year They are shown Bennett; (back row) Ronald Ferguson, Roy all kinds of sports and animal

suddenly "Hey, he said to himself what those chalk marks were here during one of the preliminary meet- Semmes, Opie R Lacey and Mrs. Jeanette 711 ORLANDO ROAD INDIAN RIVIR PLAZA,

"what am running forT we'll tell you .they were the at the school. Left to right (front) Ratliff
My name isn't Wilbur! last election returns you see ings Mel mie Honeycutt, Now re! I Phone 217.4721 Leant Up Te 600.00

we use our hurricane shields for sldind It 105 Ellin Circle, Indiun
I
a chalk board and it works out -

Democrats A note from Democratic North Brevard headquarters well.We had settled down by the 2 New Members NamedTo

will be opened soon in television and radio sets, with

Tltusv iIIe. candles, flashlights, raincoats,
'
We mentioned a few days ago ,
etc., to "weather it out", 1
that the Republicans were open- Didn't last long went to Chamber BoardTwo
Ing office and another was
an
bed and slept from 10 to midnight
opened for Goldwater and wondered up to look the situation "

when the Democrats were over > then back to bed shortly Both have ,
President's posItion.
appointedto
were 1
persons
going to "get going
after again at 530.: :
Well, we got told and told one up the Board of Directors of the been very active in civic affairsfor
wasn't it?
Exciting,
Greater Titusville Chamber of
good. many years William Nevin
"We're waiting on you folks to Common. Pat Blumer, Chamber is a newcomer to the communityas

move, so we can open In your Entering the hotel, a shy President has announced the new President of the
building on Main Street," they bride whispered to her husband, George Morgan resigned as ,
told us.And "Lit.s act as If we've been mar Board Member and as Vice- Citizens Bank and we sincerely

that's what we found out ried a long time I don't want president of the Board. welcome him In taking his placein A L ,

I them to know we're newlyweds WOl king on community at
Mrs. Hilda (Norman) Cowart
." fairs," Blumcr said s v
Old John Jones was an incur was appointed to fill the unex-
"All right," replied her husband ..
able grumbler Nothing pleased pired term of George Morgan Bonn Searle, President of the
him. But last Fall his neighbor "Think you can" carry which runs to October 31, 19U3( Committee of 100 of the Greater '
both these suitcases?
taw that excellent apple crop on Wendell Stare was elected as lituNVille Chamber of Com 'ttikG
:
the place, and figured at last Vice-President to icplacc George rncrce, announced that William
Women live to shop Their
he had found one thing Jones Morgan and his term will Nevin had also accepted a post
husbands a charge out '
get quite
could not complain about run to October 31, this year, lion on the Committee of 100' Ivl .
of It too
"Well, John," he said friend Ir.., M Sara, Clopts\ resigned from Board to replace ..Geori,c Mor I" 7z 4aa q, 1y
ly like to JoneS one morning/ "I the Board ''r'ond'Wil1lam'Nevinwas ran who had resigned fieri this t A W Lt M
The little girl rushed Into kin
know you must be happy about appointed to fill his unex- Board
dergarten and said, breathless
your apple crop. Every one of pined term which runs to Oil
ly, "We got a new baby at our
the apples looks perfeetl"! ober 31, 1964 WITH NAN'S SHOP t?
Jones glared at him as he replied house. Why don't you come and 1

"Oh, I guess they'll do see It, teacher?" "We are very pleased to have Hazel Logging: : formerly ofthe aN
but where's the rotten 'uns to "I shall," replied the teacher, Hilda Cowart return to the Big Apple Plaza and Pence'cola AX.
"but I think I'd better wait until Board," Pat "
feed to the/ pigs" Blumer said, and is now associated with
your mother is better" to have Wendell Sease. present Nan's Beauty Parlor, 1306 South

"Oh, you don't have to be Board Member, accept the Vice St here

The scene U S, 1 in Daytona afraid," confided the little gul' -------- --- -. -- ---_. ,- ---- ? 1t ;
Beach. "it isn't catching! F7

One car drove up by another Power When And Where You Need It! .a*Y,
at a atop light. Dad: "One more bite like I'
'
The one car honked a couple of that, son, and you leave the ,
times thus puzzling the driver table," Electro-Mite 1 p

of the other. Son: "One more bite like that ql'aI

At the next stop, windows rol and I'll be finished"
led down, and the occupant of 110 Volts AC Alternator

one car shout to the other "I'll
There is a line on the ocean

Smith.trade "you one Jones for a where you lose s day when you 3500 Watts

cross it. There is a line on most I
There was still a question in highways where you can do
the mind of the other driver until even better OF POWER AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
the one vehicle pulled out In

frontthen he saw the' polit Among the leading do'It-your INDUSTRY FARM HOME '*' '
Zeal signs on the bumper and
self projects are the successful
realized he had signs of another efforts on the part of many drivers MOUNTS ON AUTOS, TRUCKS. TRACTORS BOATS
candidate on his own bumper to convert their standard Get on down to your Dodge I Boys

The smile came to his face size cars into compacts DEPENDABLE emergenry or auxiliary eleclrlcal."lc.
It was something that two Titusville RATED .
to operate! electric I"W" drills, compressors,

cars, each proclaiming Conductor "You'll have to winches Impact wrenches, milking machines, feed grinders

interest in Icily council can pay full fare for that boy well pump., refrigerators, freezers, portable battery for the deal of lif eon the
didate through bumper stickers, your
surely h!!'s over 14" chargers, etc. used by farmers, contractors, service men
should thus chance a meeting Woman "How could he be? rescue and emergency units, sportsmen and home own
Now we know there Is no I've only been married 12 era _
"Smith" or "Jones" running for of life -64 !
the Titusville city council but if years GUARANTY and WARRANTY! All Parts are UnconditionallyCwarantttd car your Dodge
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?Page 2-1 Tltuwills (Florida) Star.Advocate Friday, August 21, 1964 From Patran they went to Briii- Christ Skating Party at the ward. "Steal the Bacon" was enjoyed 205 back home again afto/ an. en

dill In Italy and visited! Pisa Coliseum in Orlando Monday. by til pxeaenL joyable six weeks' visit up

.South Titusville Happenings and its Leaning Tower. Over 200 young people enjoyed Boy Scout News North. The left on July 2nd
They then drove to Geneva, the skating and the 20 min Troop 310, Boy Scouts of Six Weeks' Vacation Whitaker S.1So. TITUS NtWSQn3-R
Switzerland, thence to Dijon, ute devotional time when all America) met Tuesday eveningat Betty; and Harold .

I France and on to Paris, where stopped skating and sat on the the Civic Center. The openIng -

they saw the sights The car floor to sing choruses; heard the ceremony was given by the

:tft Back From Long Overseas Trip avan crossed, vehicles on a ferry and people to Dover, then, and testimonies a devotional of Bilk talk teenager b)'. Lloyd Senior Champion.This: ) : Patrol'. Leader Jerry BANK REPOSSESSIONCOMPLETE

England where they the
saw
the
Young, a graduate of Toccoa. ceremony; Included
At the beginning: of July, historic: Whits Cliffs. They then
: Falls Bible. College In Georgia, Scout Oath,. Scouft, Law, ajtdi the
Woody and Ivan Whidden, arrived took a. train to London, where
to,the Flag
Pledge of.Allegiance
; i
who la ia assistant
pastor
"' now ; RESTAURANT
'
.'Cplloce l from, Southern Missionary milesI I "F: : l > ,', ; ,' >: .=r. : they caught a,plan back, to Nqw of tho WenUide Orlando Alliance During, the meeting Kagle, Scout
at
: College Dale 12 I:" York. Wilma, and the boys were Church. Chuck, Davis, gave a, report on
"from Nashville Tenn came to away for: ala weeks and the actual his trip to the,Boy; Scout Nation EQUIPMENT
wisll" ( their aunt Mrs. Those attending, from Titus- )
Wilma 0 caravan trip took 4Jk-wecka al Jamboree bald this summer
.uSisson., who lives at the Intericctioa of sightseeing. throughout all of villa were Patsy Smith, Rebecca .
Kjk" ". sepses PenayjyaniaCbucoli WORTH $3,000-
GO
( of State Road No. 50 and :;.J Europe. She says, that the, tour Forward Linda Braunstelnt aIJo.av. demonstraUoa USED. BEADY TO .000
a FOR $
0. S, No.1, this city moa certainly was very edu- Donna Hjrstcn RonnieSmith, SACRIFICE
'I", 0, ot (Ulan mans Scout p 4tchesthat :
From here the three drove to caUonal, and. enlightening Michael, Alfred David While he.. acquired by trading. for Contact
New York where. they loft the Bill Young, Wanda, Jack and.
", them,, while at the Jamboree/ DAVE ROGERSCITIZENS
car at Bates Memorial Hospitalat ." ; Skating Party Linda Bryant, Vivian Koehler, AIM this very interesting demo
Yonkers N.Y. They and 87 Threo carloads of Diane Allrod, Bonnie Gooden,
young pea onatcaUon: ,. Ute members, of. the BANK
other tourists, on an educational \ I ple and. chaperones, sponsored, Keith Hemkol, Debbie Smith Troop discussed/ plans foe; a
tout, chartered a K. L. M. (Dutch by the Missionary Alliance Mo and Mrs. James Taylor, Mr camping trip The meeting was
TITUSVILUIVERYNiW
Line) and RIVERSIDE A BROAD -
plane ,, flew from New CORNER
York to Amsterdam Holland. 1'y I Church attended the Youth foe./: -J. B, Smith-, and Mrs-, Boy-For-* adjouoiedi! Rflfin a game of I -- ------- --, .

The group consisted of the Seventh i t r

Day Adventist church mem i ill,
bers.On.

/ arrival, at Amsterdam, a "
convoy or caravan of some 70 tu 4
Volkswagen and small open I :
buses awaited the party. They T Ji 94t

left the plane and were accommodated

baggage and all, In this I

caravan. While In Holland/ they '
visited an ancient town of Mark !

to where the people live as they I 1 t r PASSENGER GAB TIRE: IN

did hundred of years ago. And, I+' 1+."""A... """""""' >. / e4t ... ...

Wilma tells -ua In Amsterdamone FAREWELL )PARTY A surprise farewell: party was
had to kep.out of the
way given Tuesday for the Richard Poole family, leaving soon a
of bicycles I1la Raid (Jut there
for Southeastern Bible College in Lakeland. Left to right 1 I
are 000,000 bicycles In that J
ore Richard, Gerald, Cynthia Ricky and Jimmie Ruth Pt

city.From Amsterdam they travel. Poole at the homo of Ed and Agnes Minyard, 715 Cleve-

ed to Rotterdam and then the land Road, where the party was given. Many membersof

whole caravan got on a ferryboat the Titusville Church of God plus others from the joWo

and went to Gutenburg on Mima Church of God and Assembly of God joined to A

the Rhine River. They traveledon present gifts.

the Rhine to }Bonn, Germanyand Sep '
leaving Bonn by caravan Syria, thence on to Antioc. They ice at the Open Tomb of the Lerd \ a l

went successively to Bad Codes- tried to go to Beirut, but on a Jesus Christ. They prayed In the

burg, Linz and Worms, where check of passports, one Individ Garden of Gethsame and visited
Martin Luther, the founder of the
ual In the caravan did not have, Jcrlco, where Joshua beheld the
Lutheran Church used, to live.
what the Turk., called a "prop. walls of tho City fall They visit
They went on to, Frnnkfort, and
er" passport and so the whole ed the River Jordan and Wilma ECO NOT
to Darmstadt where one of Wllma'i -
caravan of 87 persons was re waded in Its waters From there,
nieces was a hostess at the
fused admittance to Beirut. tho caravan went to Patran, ;
U. S. 0, Service Men's Club.
They went on to the Holy.Land Greece and the caravan with
They visited Heidelberg Germany
(Palestine or Israel) and went to vehicles and people all loaded on
and saw It's famous car
Jerusalem. They visited the a pleasure boat for a 24.hour
tle; traveled on their caravan to
Mount of Olives and hold a Servo cruise of tho Mediterranean Sea. !
Heilbron; Munich and on to Hit

ler's onetime retreat, Berch-
esgarten iri( the mountains, They ELECT
then went to Nurcnburg whore

the Nazi, trials were hold Dr. GLENN YOUNG

I Their caravan then headed for I

Salzburg, Austria, and on to
CITY COUNCIL-DIST. 1
Innsbruck where the-' winter .
'
sports are hold. Wilma (ays the .. ",
Bavarian Alp were gorgeous. 1 I

At Innsbruck, she took an aerial 1

ride in a: chair suspended by .Il Ila Ilj i a e e S
cable up 12,000 feet to the top of
one of th. mountains. From
there the caravan proceeded to i

Verona (home town of Romeo t

and Juliet), then to Venice
where they all rode gondolas on
the canals' They
or waterways.
then traveled, to Greece and r'rt' $ ont 11rt.font 11 iustone f.rt.font. 11rt.fone

crossed the frontier at Gorl/za.. Nylonsire Champion Nylon Safety Champion Ny wg. : D. Lose Champion "500" Nylon

They then went on to Yugo Slavla S aDllllt with stJP.n.TUP .Wider. derper tread .1_you .I-poor? tread and Improved !Ie' ."""'rica'.NUMBER ONE A,,! rica'. moat "..akedI'lIh""r..lh.
and went to Belgrade. They then same tough ?o%: more mileage then tbs sign Rive you 25's mnre mil.- oralnol, equipment! sire on for premium tire, ... i it
backtracked to Turkey I J1n: used in fenms .t'irtetonq NYI.ONAiRE mJ: the CHAMPION new 1961 can.,,gives you Vrod" developed:: from
I
melee tires for a mom traction edgnibis. 1'j, 00% more mileage than of race tire el.
They visited l Thcssalonlca and t "ul.r mdegq safety the 'I".lono NYLUNAIitE. .10% more t..rtlon ..I,.. than the Fi..lon. SAFET1r( Jf'rI.nce.Supoor.Slroongth ;
on to Tarsus, birthplace of the and durablhly. CHAMPION NYLON CHAMPION NYWN.nylon mrd for Ireattof :

Apostle, St. Paul. They went on INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE ; Z S, impulttwtsnce
I.
to Istanbul and here stayed at ; ILALMNAIIaNllleAlla 1.11.1.1.1: wNTgAW. ILAeRWAUI 'TI..LlI' T.NINTYNIIe. T....'... foists'. '
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tour, they came to a city Ailona DEDICATED TO GOOD GOVERNMENTFOR - --. .--: .1111: ''ii IMI rat '- w Ne ill' -.t-:: i:-.i .i.i"iI .u.5.- an 1/e '2111I Its Jill 1111.7'
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Friday, August 21, |H4 'Ttfvtvlll} (Florida) St., Adnc.tt P... '-I Harold and Betty then drove Ediih and Betty wag presented In reviewing' and scanning thU which wan exhibiting Keane's J

up to Rhode Inland to see Betty" i MMIli a Francis/ Poodle) she ed In m! .
which directory, one ia Impressed wild Pointing (MnrgsKt A Wilier).
their two sow cam duwn with later, Htkn, and her hui.bt.iiJ, named, Balette, From there the very complete InfoimatUii: ---
I I r I their families from Pennsylvania Bill Those two have a variety they again went to Cape> May then{ street b.\ street of mir Homo From California She visited In Los Angeles
South/ Titusville News store In R I. Bill with her brother Robert and his
I to turprlsc Betty They boit Appannug, tl) Hnrolds mother and stajed own area Name are Initially Trudy Hilofsky of 416 Osceoln
, ed all day, and then had a barbeque look Harold to hunt quahoga or a week They then headed listen) alphabetically along with Road returned from San Joie, family They rented a cottageon
I that evening for Betty and clam while Belly helped bark: toward Florida They hada telephone numbers of etch and Calif Intl Wednesday morning the hpitth at Oceanside and I
! (Continued:! From Page 2.B) week I:arold'i brother Walter Betty received many nice gifts Helen in the store Betty and new experience on the way every person, and the strecti' are after spending the summer with t there she I lonrned to surf Bestof 1
and arrived at the home offarold'a and hit wife, Vallie also Harold were then taken for a by coming over the new Ferry alphabetically by name givingthe ill, she Irked the artists .
} From there they went to New ferry ride from Jamestown to from her two brothers city of Carmel! It is really j
: aunt on the 3rd at live near Cape May and on the Cape May to Lewis, Del names and telephone) num
Cape Ma N. J They stayed a 4th of July (Betty birthday), town, Pa, to are their daughter, Newport. It was the first wnre and the bridge and two bens of each person living on the While In California, Trudy beautiful and the 17 miles drive
Edith, and her family for time that these two had ever tunnels under the
u Chesapeake particular Street, by Monterey and Peebles Beachis
look J short tour of the State
: w r vx xss week Edith lives on a farm been In Rhode 1 Island Bay to Norfolk, Va,
Some of I the things she saw were leally something! to lee
Take whole, this
which is also a riding academyand They then drove back to Pen' ai a comprehcnslve
the Big Basin! which Is a heave California is really a very scenic
Y M1 4 they have horse shows, nsyh'ania to their son Dan'i ancl 1 DirectoryThe directory for The Great
Stole,
rue They then visiteu their son, while there, a reunion of the new directory for the er City of TitusUlle should sat tiful forest; and the grounds of even with all the smog

Fred. near Neutown, and when Whitaker family was held with ,(Tity of TitusUlle md environs Isfy the wants of every one in the Stanford Unlvtisilv. which her and fog, but all in all, Trudy

they left there, he gave I arold 42: present From there, they ,fiat just limn published;! and dls. area for the mediate piescnt !broOr RUhaid attends She says the was glad to be back .r

a boat to bring home to Florida. went back to their daughter tribute I by Polk and Company, until a new Is publish. viillel, the Egyptian/ See So TITUS NEWS On 11
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w ., r.1lLI.

JOINT WORKSHOP Mrs Ethel Currey'g home, 244 .f --

Swift Avenue was the scene of a joint workshop Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ,,,
I Mrs. Edith Wright and Mrs. Doris Bice of the Scottsmoor '
i Home Demonstration Club Joined Mrs Iva Conrath Mrs, : Potter and family shown ,'
Anita Smith Mrs. Marie Gilham Mrs. Ellen
j ; Williams <
i here in '
their
and Mrs.Muriel Graham in a workshop learning to make beautiful All o

I reed "bird cages:', which are used to decorate the homes Electric kitchen r

Next Tuesday another workshop will be held on jewelry. featuring ,

Left to right are Mrs. Gilliam, Mrs, Conrath Mrs. Smith, Hotpoint Appliances
t Mrs. Bice and Mrs, Wright, .

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CITY OF TITUSVILLE We looked everywhere for a new i

Notice Of Public Hearing home, and the minute we saw 'w tie '
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Rocket City knew it s
we was exact. 3' T ""
Tro City of Tituivilt will hold a public haarlng on Tuesday, ly right for us. It is the kind of "" +'' mYh..rFr1
September 22, 1964 .t 7:30 p.m. In tho Council Room ta hear community we want our children ji

Interested parsons In regard to to grow up in We're so pleased L

A request to rezone the following described property from Its with our home and all its luxury J'i i,

prevent TM classification to an M.2 clarification to allow a bolt features, and our children are L., J
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building. wonderfully excited about the to
I
Thin application hat been madt by H. S. and Rotmy Thotip beautiful new elementary school '" t "
ton thats opening here this fall"

For property on the south tidt of Buffalo Road, Immediately
Wilt of tho City t Soworago Disposal Plant R i
Th. legal description of which Itt The Potter are typical of the ,
Lois I and 9, Morgan's Subdivision of Government Lot 2, I many fine young families now 'a0
it recorded in Plat Book I of page 5, except all the land living In Rocket City ,
taut of tho following line starting at tho NW corner of
Lot I, run south along west tin* of Lot i for 45.2 feet to r
tho south; thence south 40 degrees 29 feet east along tine II
Oppg, lorry; we almost ,
(watt) of City of Titutvillo property 755.73 feet line of neg
looted to mention the i .. iIs
Potters' .
Lot S, Section 33 and 34, Tewnshlp; 21 south, Rang 35 '
east two lovely daughters: Paula, .. .'!
age 7, and Valerie, age 4, '')
A public hearing will bo Mill before tho Planning and Zoning. :, ..
Commission on Wednesday; September 2, 1964. : 1 1J
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CITY' OF TITUSVILLEby Y,1i iu a P.AjH 'I
Mcrgaret Cooper
City Clerk
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Notice Of Public Hearing p t i u f33 II p III d o

Th. City of TitusvilU will hold a public hearing on Tuesdoy,

September 22, 1964 at 7:30 p.m. In the Council Room to hear Interested THE SATELLITE THE CONSTELLATION THE VENUS

persons in regard to: 2 bedrooms 2 baths 3 bed rooms 2 baths 4 bedrooms -3 baths Pool f,
&
A request to rezone the following described: property from I :
its present "TM" classification to aM.1 classification to allow I [ J H'-1 "I
development of light local industry, warehousing! facilities for .war.
loCi I Industry and Cape projects I LLs

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This application hat been made by Paradise Park Inc., rev O rar s1 Yrr Y Frw ?, I

resented: by Joe D. Matheny. r..n w u 1"

For property Approximately 27.77 acres of lend lecated on I ,

the northeast tide of North U, S. No. t. WL/ YY/Y FN /1 I"
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The I legal description of which If: O. FiY1 I -

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DESCRIPTIONThe L A
North Vj of tho Wilt 'U.3 acres of the NEVI of theSE f

'. of Section 33, Township 21 South, Range 35 East TOTAL HOUSING AREA: 1721 square feet TOTAL HOUSING AREA: 1779 square feet TOTAL HOUSING AREA*3355 square feet
Also, lots 4. 5. 10 and It of tho !Sdidivlslon{ of Government .
16,100-Jl down $88.03 monthly 16,350-SI down $8985 monthly 27,695-$2760 down $150.55 monthly
Lot 2 In Section 33. Plat Book 1, Page 5, Public
Records of Brevard Comfy, Florida: also that Part of Prices on all homes include GE central air conditioning and heating, large garages, screened porches; '

Loll '12 and 13 of laid Subdivision of G.v.rnm.nt Lot 2 an entire kitchen full of appliances, 80x125 ft. homesltes Also Includes ill utilities and assessments.
lying Northeast of U. S. Highway No 1, Lest the following
described parcel: Begin at a point on the North line of
Lot 13 of the Subdivision' of Government Lot 2 In Section I 4
33. Township 21 South, Range 35 East. Said Point being I FABULOUS PLUS VALUE: r Hut point: j '' .j Ifutfiolnir llutpolnb & flutpmAl::

I.M feet South 19 degree 34 minutes :seconds West of An entire kitchen.full of I J r 14.cu ft. Double Cycle Deluxe WALL.OVEN
said Lot 13 Kim then South 19
tho Nortieast: Corner of : .
Deluxe !! Frost FreeREFRIGERATOR HOMELAUNDRY .,. HOME andtabletap
degrees 34 minutes 3* seconds West, along. the NerU Line .futpotnt.Appliances I DRYER
of laid Lot, 111.16 feet to the Northeasterly right of way included at no extra cost! JJ I RANGE:

of U. S. Highway No. 1, thence, South 27 degrees 55 milt
utas 42 tecenJt: East along told right of way 471.57 feet f

to a point 200 feet North, measured ot right angles, of
tho South Line of laid Lot 13, thence North H degrees M PAY ONLY 10% DOWN
: minutes 53 teconct: root 211 9* feet thence North 27 degrees -
55 minutia 42 tecondi Wilt 471.71 feet to tho Pointof
beginning Less West M1 feet of LU U and Woof 24.5

feet of North V, of West 10 yards of NE'/4 of Sf'/4 and You'll Love Living In Rocket City. .
lest East 245 feet of Lot 11, and left tho following. Being
( a parcel of land 'n tho North half of the West 16.3 k5 And Now I Is The Time To Make Your Move!
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acres of the Kertheast Quitter of tho Southeast Quarterof r. I .
Section 33, Township 21 South, Range 15 lest, Bra 51W You'll love the clean, carefree way of life that only a
yard County, Florida, mere particularly cescnttd: otfollsws
planned-for-perfection community like Rocket City
: Commencing at the Northwest corner of It-o
Northeast Quarter of Southeast Quarter, Section" 33, Township S S -, can offer. Designed and built from the drawing board ;

21 Seith Range 35 lt, ttionto lout:i one degreo, wau up, nothing has been overlooked to make Rocket City ;
19 minutes 49 seconds East 420 N feet to tho point of bo- R.'Q'CJ T
pining. thence North S9 degrees M minutes 11 oecenit r.ru' o scree :or/'ern r a true garden community. No overhead poles to mar esou

East, 543.45 feet thence South one degree 01 minutet mtmmoi r'FFte. Its beauty all utilities, Including telephone and
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240.85 feel, thence South It degrees 3$ minutes 10
East, Y electricity, are being Installed underground. Paved
; seconds: West, 542.it feet, thence North I o degree 1' mis. 1l::. > '"e r ROCKE ta
totes 49 seconds Wilt, 240 M foot so the. paint of .beginning L./ east CITY streets, curbs and gutters, even the latest type streetlights ;

: A public hearing will be hold Leforo the Planning and Zoning .eA CITYCONSTRUCTION : have been installed. There's a central waterVS1'eVq ;
Wednesday September t '94.
: Commission on ensouees and sewage system, too, as well as underground ;

i CITY Margaret OF TITUSVILLEby Cooper. COMPANY ".ftlUNCU UtT INTSAKCI Of SOCMt CITY OH MI6* Af fur storm drainage. Drive out and see Rocket City todayl! a
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-- Camping Hunting GLAMOR GIRLS For Rent For Rent For Sale

CLASSIFIED AD MATTRESS AND box spring new
fAKE YOUR vacation in a Florida 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, separate Stores For Rent 2673034.
$30
:- INFORMATIONDRADLINB camper. Make reservations now' dining room, double carporte, AUTOMATIC: WASHER, and electric .
Call Double J. Campers 2t>7-ia 11 I -rt 245 Diamond Rd, $125 monthly, NEW STORE building for offices stove in Rood: condition, (Continued on ....t P aolBUYS

-, t ....bile....,.: -for I p Woo.ra. .D a., "B.frl'...... -Child- -Care-- h 267.5087.illRNISIIED4b. __ or business, 15 x 60 or 30 x 60. $50 each call 2676267.REFRIGERATOR -

....,. \' II A.M. 8,,u Tor MOB PukllcaUoo ; roomb.th, Heated Phone 267-6160.and air-conditioned. DINING/ room !
immediate Small
CHILD CARE, by day or com occupancy. set misc bedroom furniture.
:, WANT AD RATED: elder reliable, rooms not fancy but clean WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 2673495. SWIMMING POOL
spaciouspatio
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S <..n'. wurrtMinimum panion person :
pee $135 monthly. 267-66J3 after 8
Charm. ft.bALL good! cook. Box 297, Mima, f'lor- p cD oh la la, 3 bedrooms
548 Lenore Avenue window airconditioner -
Ida. p m. .. 2 SMALL OFFICES and ware- RCA WHIRLPOOL large landscaped lot, only
,- -- ---- houses for rent. MO square feet, 1V4 ton. 220 volt, like
'CLAI"'I"ID IN ADVANCN!: AlaPAVANI.IC CHILD CAKE by hour, day, or UNFURNISHED 3 BEDROOM, 1 airconditioned office plus 600 sq. new, $200. 2679190. $15,950.
R.vhi' a.ulbll.h.d. Auo.a.Ia week Indian/ River Height 267- bath, large family room fenced ft. warehouse space $125 monthly 3 BEDROOMS, Florida room
5766. yard. 267-2674 eacb. J. W. Childre Realty TRUMPET OLDS special 2V4 terrazzo floors, your own deep
,, ------ ------- 267-5563.WAREHOUSES. years old, good condition 267- well water system, garage
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CU *"lfl d Olnulmr R AVKllabll vr LARGE HOUSE for rent, Oak Hill
us K...""'1Th. MATURE RELIABLE babysitter y area Phone 3453472. 4475 cool and private, just $14,750
will babysit for working mothers, NOW UNDER
tit.r.Advwvio .._".. tbilirlvilcii in my home, $2 per day, Infants WIDOW WOMAN desires couple itruction. Any size up to lon'l FINE GENERAL ELECTRICstove it $500 DOWN 3 bedrooms, !tli' I

t, ,5', ...vvr"* of""rvimu"_'" wbob,or mm-tlui It dlOm. and mall.! _children I 207-0288.( to share private home. 2673018 square feet, lease 2670564. full size, perfect. $65. Call tile baths, formica cabinets,,
>!h).>,"/,,""bin >nd to nbonit. lbiHrtitknUuii < after 4pm.FURNISHED. dustrial or commercial ipace 267-7191. built.in oven and range FHA
ul any sdveri'!..mintfrom KIDDIE KEEPERS available $12,600.
thai ord.r.d M lonfurm tot ,
2-bedroom, car-
Iht pnlky of Ibis piiMir 24 HOUR SERVICE
Th. Btur-Advuiuiu will ant IM porte and utility Sept. 1. 267- WAREHOUSE suitable for shop, Space Real Estate Inc
rHi| niilhl fur mom than on. .In. Open 7 Days 0749. garage or storage. In center of This StandsFor
corrmit InMrilun nor will H b* town. See H. H. Hudson at Stare Glen Schlueter, 267-6668
llwhl fur any orror In alvwrllm.ninl,, Phone 207-U570! (
.. FURNISHED 3 bedroom, 1 bath, Advocate.
miol..hl ....to..I 5'h.inch.,..... ....'..nl. I Ib.R by For Rent carporte, $110 2670748. QualityThis
Ih. 110m In lb. 4v.rl.im.mL For Sale
UNFURNISIIED 3 bedroom house,
Hu.'''... lifflu.* m Main, Ul_, MAC'S CAPE KENNEDYEQUIPMENT IRC maximum 2 children, 267- -2 SETS---OF--twin bedding-, used 1 M NpyFyfkUNIT19SSl TODAY'SBEST
tileAN l 7ciHKlOfflf 0a 8802, 26739U9
11...... S flU 10 I:IMI Sales/ HcnUU Repairs b x9 used Maytag ringer washer, '
LARGE UNFURNISHED used desk, Home Furniture
Construction Tools EquipmentHand KIr F..wn aredke,,b.,IA1.wwu deli,,n.n,4 room, 2 tile baths, built In 3 range bed Company of Mims 267.35(15.( : 1'1 BUYS

I ": Special NoticeWE 88 E. Merritt Is Causeway "I hcvo to keep reminding myself 'Take It ee.ny- oven, carporte and utility room. 1964 SEARS camper, opens
Days 6J6-8J40: -Niphu rtjttonw: \ he's on vacation'!1" "$121; monthly. 2671928. 9 x 15 tent. Zippered window I 800-LAKEVIEW HILLS This
WILL CLOSE for vacation : and door. Storage In trailer, *
SEE VOSS MUSIC ad under class 2 BEDROOM unfurnished $110 beautiful 3 bedroom 2 full
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Augubt 29 and will reopen September -- -- --- -- -- spare tire, $350. See at 82 Grove
ification "Musical Instruments", monthly, 2920 South Hopkins bath home can be yours for
S.GEORGE'S. --- -- ..- 1-- For RentAPARTMENTS Avenue. Could also be used as a Lane. I just $450 down with FHA termsor
ELECTRONICS BAND INSTRUMENT For RentAPARTMENTS business home combination.Ed nothing down with VA
GIRL'S 24" E1KE, like new,
1412 HOPKINS This Is the official Seal of
Kittles Agency. 267-0831. $15.00. AM 72503. I Terms. Home is completelyair
267.4631 RENTALS
FOR RENT -- the National Association of conditioned ducted to
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OFFICES
ELECT DR. GLENN YOUNG Parents who realize the Import FOR. RENT ---- FOR RENT WILL SACRIFICE 23" GE tele Home Builders. Only members every room. The kitchen is
ant advantages of music edu -- --- --- APARTMENT OR trailers Weekly vision set. 267-4069. complete with a built-In range
Council District 1
City Scptom- X ,
40 Association
20 OFFICE SPACE for rent. of the National
ber 8. (Pd. Pol Adv.) cation contttit for Stn-cp's their children Florida's should largest NEW SMYRNA BEACH 504 Garden.monthly rates, adults only 267.4316. 10 INCH Delta table saw with all and local associations and counter oven abundant space and cabinetsand breakfast .

AnimalsAKC school supply( ( house to ar COLUMBUS APARTMENTS 3-minute ROOMS FOR RENT attachments. Call 267.3153 after are allowed to displaythis area. The total price is
range Trial Purihne of a mus COMMERCIAL BUILDINGFOR -- .--- ._-- 4pm. seal a low low $13,900 and $7995
--- walk to the Air ------- --- :
ical Instrument recommendedby I ocean. conditioned ROOMS FOR rent with kitchen monthly pays principal Inter
REGISTERED, female RENT or lease, store space 9 CU. FT GE refrigerator, excel. I
Chihuahua, 2926 South Hopkins, their band director. Streep's I. two bedroom apartmentsall 20 x 60 R.. or suitable f for, of privileges. Call 2R7-0610 before lent condition, ideal for apart Alexander Construction est and mortgage and insurance
5 Buy now can move
offer parents selection from him after 5 2678866 you
ment trailer.
2S7_3559_ ___n______ __ dreds of new and used band and electric equipment complete. fice. Located Magnolia Plata, ----- or $50 2676766. Company in as soon as you qualify,

APPALOOSA AT STUD orchestra insiruments from ly furnished Private swimmingpool. $125 monthly 267.1922DUPLEX : NEW HOME all convenience, SPINET PIANO, can be financed, 819-RENT WITH OPTION At.
$5.00 month. Phone orderscan meals and t diets as desired 267- 267 0596. Broyhill Development
for sale and -
Horses Singleton per FOR RENT
Special reduced prices for 896;. tractive 3 bedroom, 1 bath
Dairy Road. AM 7.2338, after 6, be handled and dellverleaarrangf'd.
Inc. in central location. Closeto
In rentals. 45.min. FURNISHED 2 bedroom, tile Childre Homes home
Telephone Streep's permanent Only
:K1 1 '397 ROOMS FOR Working
Men. schools Churches and
t GUNS shop
Orlando 4242401 visit store bath, electric kitchen, etc. Max
or
ute drive to Cape Kennedy. Phone Double or single. 2679370. Cowart & Carter Inc. ping. Can be rented to qualified .
Boats For Salt at 641 N. Orange Ave. imum 1 child. $110. Phone 2673909. 730 South
428:: 6906 to at Dixie party with option to buy
or come by see ui $12.50 PER PERSON rr week Cozart Const. Company
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Call and ask about this
FOR RENT: --- -- ---- good
16' DU CRAFT. 35 ho Evinrude 422.24 Columbus Avenue : FURNISHED, 1 bedroonTdiipiex.with Rocket. Motel Mima Phone 2673097. Old U. S. 1 Fisher Construction Co. opportunity.
electric, trailer (Hull needs Floor Sanders Polishers and IRC
t some paint As Is $b95. 267-6089. 3 BEDROOM, unfurnished, central I 267.3999.carporte utility, Indian River City Futch Construction Co. 822-All new 4 bedroom, 2 bath
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--- - Phone AM T-3253 heat and air. 2671)193.) SLEEPING ROOMS and efflclen- home in beautiful Whispering
I 16FT. FIBERGLASS boat, 50 HP FACTORY PAINT OUTLET --- --- -- CLOSE IN, 2 bedroom unfurn ties for rent. 801 Orange St. 257- John Beach Lakes, Indian River City
Mercury motor. Sale or trade 2 BEDROOM apartment ished stove and 3400 Close to shopping and close to
Baldwin Sh ipplnl Center apartments
for travel trailer. 267-6132 ed 13 N. Lemon, 2671596.furnlsh'j refrigerator. 267.7960 AIRCONDITIONED ROOMS $15 TOP SOILFILLMARL Louis & Brown, Inc. new NASA Causeway. Pricedto

CABIN CRUISER, 19' Inboard, For RentAPARTMtNtS UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM apartment HOUSES FOR RENT per person per week Royal Northwood Builders, Inc. sell at FHA$15.900 with $600
down and terms.
fiberglass bottom, built In, 1962, ---- -- -- new modern, all electric Palm Motel 207.4103. Penziner Bros.
less than 40 hours use. Cost : FOR ONT kitchen, all-conditioned not i FURNISHED 3 bedroom clean -LEGAL- --PADS-- --- 822-INDIAN RIVER CITY
$1800 new, now $593 today. Owner --- suitable for small children. 267- Big Supply 35 Robert Evans
FLORIDIAN ---I I maximum 2 children. $125. 2673146. each at Star For Complete Service Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath
267-6441. 2533. -AA from
minutes
home
In, efficiencies, weekly, monthly ___________ I Ronald Moretto NASA away Central heat newI
15 FfTciUTCHFIELD, fiberglass rates air conditioned, 417 Julia UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment I FURNISHED, 3 bedroom 1 bath, FRANK JOHNS Tiffany Euildeis, Inc. and ducted Causeway.for air. Enclosedone
\ 'with new top 40 tip electric SUwftFURNISHED a irconditl',ned. central fireplace, carporte, etc. Max. I Justice Homes Inc. I car garage. Priced low
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start Evlnrude motor, Tilt trail Apartment for rent, : heat, lovely kitchen, range and imum 2 children, $110. Phone A Jim LandscapingCall at $15,300 with just $500 down
.er, all accessories, excellent maintenance James Trimble '
refrigerator, yard 2073999.
buy at $b95. 2670943. $100 month. See Manager at I ._ tNICMSHI
Florida Theatre. I provided. Adult couple only. \ William Everman I'I 832-Lovely home on Anna Drive
207-4587. II BEDROOM HOUSE, furnished, HollandINC. AM 7-0656 I Has 3 bedrooms and Hi baths
Boat Rentals adults, 2670933.____ I DN6h i htr i Wingate Homes I I Large 8 x 24 utility room. Lot
% Read Star.Advocate Classifieds' |1-- --- I Is well landscaped with 8 orange
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HOLIDAY trees 40 ft.
BOAT UFNTALSINCORPORATED --- one pecan
u. S. No. 1 2 Miles tree plus several pines and

NEW 18' and 15' run.abouti. Convertible YOU NEVER COULD TOP REAL ESTATE North of Mims At NEW 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH BRICK HOME palms Realistic price of $10
tops, 45 11. P, motors. Rocket Motel AM 3097 500 $2800 down and assume
Call 267-G086.) THIS NEIGHBORHOOD 160 ACRES, 2000' DIRT ROADFRONT, 1300' railroad monthly payments of $78.65.
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Building & Const. ThiN prestige location In Forest FEC Mainline, 6 miles to North MILA limits $600 FIND ONE LIKE IT & I'LL BUY IT! 834-Large new home on large
Hills( 4 bedrooms 2 baths acre, 21'/ down, terms on balance industrial zoning MOTEL and EFFICIENCY 160 ft. x 296 ft. lot located 7
100 x 140 ft. Lot designed for and miles from center of town.
road.
available
MDY lals, commercial CONSTRUCTION and remodeling resident executive living. Only $20,500. paved apartments, by weekor 1560 Sq. feet living area and double car- Home consists of 3 bedrooms, 2

12 years In Tltusvllle I Licensed HIGH RISE MOTEL OR APARTMENT SITE U. S. No. month. baths, central air conditioningand
and bonded. Phone AM .2326. River 20 porte-garage. All extras. 85-120 ft. land- heat, foyer, family room
1 NEAT AS A PIN YOU'LL 1 to acres, no present mortgage, terms and double garage. Land Is
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Business Opportunity WANT TO MOVE IN available. MOBILE HOMES scaped lot Sidewalks, paved streets. well many landscaped tall beautiful including trees.

'VU.'FY-SMARK'ET. Something different only one CUSTOMDUILT WATERFRONT HOME, bulkheaded 10 and 12 wide I $16,990 total price. $1100 down, $110 a Priced at $18,500 with 10%:
... for rent, 20 In our bonk like it. 3 bed dock, boathouse, fence, two bedrooms, 1V4 1 bath two down and conventional financing
X 40 ft, 267 4316. I Sales and Rental month or $2440 down $89 month. .
; a
V rooms 2 full baths most Intriguing porches, modern, fireplace, furnished at $17,000 with i ,
; Purchase.
floor plan. On corner
terms. 852-Large 3 bedroom 2 baths,
Circle This And See I lot, Has everything for $14,200. I beautiful hardwood floors car

Us Before You Buy! $116 per month pays all, ONE BEDROOM NASHAU TRAILER, sleeps 4, pink R. M, EVANS; BUILDER. OYlNER porte and central heat. Local

'I FOR A COTTAGE OR appointments Admiral refrigerator, never used I LOW Down Local Bank ed in fine downtown residential
? ..3 Bedrooms, 2 bath $500 $2500, with terms. Financing area. Owner has appliedfor
A CASTLE CALL AM 7.2834 a FHA commitment and
down ,
II" $87.68 mo. I i WE TRADE ANYTHING will sell at value.
4 Bedrooms, 2 bath, $600 I EXCLUSIVE RIGHT of sale on all of the above. Call I appraised

down. $91.54 mo. I 8 New Smjrna Beach 427-7111 anytime. 9G5-.M1MS.!/ Nice 2 bedroom 1
cnntpbcl
I bath 'frame home in Mims
Lot Is 50 x 135. Has fruit
HARRISREALTY Sara Raynal Broker trees and closed porch Pricedat
2\ "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service" $6500 with $650 down and
: @ I open terms.
c ) Inc. 26712101 Rt. No, Smyrna Beach, Florida
WAtHINCTQ* I732SI !964/ -Duplex lots Total frontage
257.0413 I i & 140 feet x 135 feet zoned R2

'tU (limited multiple family) 2
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.Con.tIIlJ'I bedroom 1 bath home on
z4lecz / n tion of one lot. City
> 3 rltt'' ct, and sewer. $10,500 with por'j
terms. (Owner applying
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.i 402 South Telephone 4b4-Over one full acre restricted .
\ homesite has real country
( Washington AM 7.2011I atmosphere and Is just minutes
away from town. Paved
streets of course and excellent
water, nice trees and good
1 1s Now. MMplliti IUM,,"' lens'hr hotecctiptncy. I fertile soil An ideal place to

.The(rust east tnlnblt 1 1. your requirement, /is two bedrooms, Ct; raise your children and p.Js;:
Are You Looking For aid mist modttn ipirtmurt" Mldln laHi a $2995 is the total price,
*Novl Moo! Itw-C.,. K..ntdr. look at this lovely home located on one down and $40 monthly.
*'M fool 1 Simtfurtonditionliti .'. Ind"ld.t'' "
c e A 3 or 4 bedroom homeo SUCH I in'"< kMtln|.rnhlq of Titusville's finest t streets. Beautiful 191--40 acres exceptionally fine
fm and Bui Docki fti il, Messed.. location off Garden Street
thorn III btditom. ipirtmtmi" .. lot wjth plenty of nice strong trees, A near Fairglen Subdivision. Excellent
beautiful setting LUXURY Children'i"t'tIt"dlull4l"sal site for large housing
ilMil Mcft Now (Mtiurint, only $600.00 down payment to qualified i project. Priced at a low bet

I a "better" built home cocktail(Mini* arts ahtA sh.apNlgMeads bujer. per acre. 29down: and
MMtlni in* ling AsN ante over 5 years.
FOR SOLITTLE NHIn|SILLS..aid ShllflltbN. I i i
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...J? ) ; =i tl;.lll.: .,:= and four bedroom homes with FHA,

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Conventional
loans.
........ha-,gels. Call for

o. a See These And MoreIn one of our sales staff to conduct your

1 aft 2 BEDROOM RENTAL APARTMENTS + family over these various splendid k "
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Beautiful UNFURNISHED FROM MOO MONTHLY;; "* communities. ,

FOREST HILLS ESTATES 9 i DANENBURGREALTY

3. Prime business location, 240 Feet on
Homes Built by L
Hopkins Avenue Good depth. J


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5 Salesman On Premises Open 9-S. Mon thru Sat.
&yt i& /l/l/intteacl[ JuC. or by appointment.
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: from Proceeding Page Help Wanted Help Wanted Mobile Homes Plants For Sale Real Estate Real Estate I 1'

v For Sale. TRAILER FOR RENT CAMELLIAS" 4 to 5 R. high: $3;: I I WHEN if
-- MALI HELP WANTED Azaleas 125. 2672459.Plumbing HOUSES FOR SALT HOUSES FOR SALE
DISTRICT MANAGER tales
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Repossessed-used less than 4 personnel wanted to Introducenew EQUIPMENT OPERATOR To 2 BEDROOM trailer, close In, Supply MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into I. S. GARDENDALE 3 BEDROOM 2i I
267-0844.
months. Save $200. Take up pay. fabulous line of cosmetic operate mechanical street ---------- or 4 bedroom homes brand new bath home on large lot. $600
ments, 36 months on balance. Will train. 2675500. sweeper. Steady employment, TRAILERS FOR SALE SEPTIC TANKSof In area of much higher priced down' $1)6.). monthly. 267.9558.
KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC FEMALE HELP WANTED good working conditions. Apply homes. Small down payment andonly -
2126 W. TROPIC 267-8385 City Hall 525 Palm Avenue pre-cait concrete steel rein. $85 monthly total payment.VA FURNISHED 2 bedroom frame. I II'r
City. forced 630! to 1000 gallons. Grease no down payment. BRENT Unattached garage. 2fi7-32t)8:! for I
THERMOFAX PHOTOSTAT WAITRESS 4pm -midnight. 21- AUGUST SPECIALS WOOD ESTATES, west on Garden details.AW1SPERINO.
cop- (raps Installed, tanks pumped and
35, Hall's Steak
ler, good condition, maintained House, 2672861. FIREMEN Career positions openin cleaned! drain'I fields relafd. Pitt.man St., AM_7-7142._ or 832SUMCARDENDALE416,500 :
I Ij by service policy, reasonably TOPS CAPE Titusville Fire Department. 1964 SKYLINE Septic Tanks Inc 267-4221, -- -- --- -- : LAKES. S bed-
priced. Call 2673722. ROYAL OFFICE BUILDING Applicants must be high school 1 bedroom, 46 x: 10 . $3495 V. 0. Box 2016. Tituevliie.Real I 3 bedrooms room bath, new home, central
2 baths, completely heat and air-conditioned,
between 21 31,
graduates good
1964 HONDA[ 305. Super Hawke. Room 722 physical condition and of high 2 bedroom 50 x: 10 . $3595 Estate furnished, $115 month PITI. enrage, many extras, 15800.
pick up remaining 31 payments 1980 N. Atlantic Avenue Best buy In area. Call Charles' 111.50' down VA no down
moral character. Experience .. .
Cocoa Beach Florida un 2 bedroom, 51 x: 10 -- .
of $36.90. Call 267.2452 after 4:30: M. Maxwell 2677840. Call Charlca M. Maxwell
m.TURQUOISE. 783-1262 necessary. Apply: Central Fire Deluxe .. .. .. .. $3885 METZ REAL ESTATE and Insurance payment., Realtor, 2077810.
p. Typists, stenos, secretaries. Station 513 Palm Avenue City 3 BR (House $100 down : 4 LARGE bedrooms, forced alr.j
FRIGIDAIRE. elec. Interviews 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 3 bedroom, Itt bath 57.00 mo. Homes, Lots, Acreage. i all GE equipment, F11A $ ,
ESTABLISHED REAL Estate Office STAR 58 x: 10 . .. $4495 Continued on Neal Pee.
trie range $75 59 Chevy, V4 ton, ._ Full or part time work. needs two experienced, aggressive 9922 E. Colonial Rt. 50. Union $600 down. 267-3564.
Park 277.3.:!01.
pickup. 720 Karen Drive Imperial ;"
CLERK FINANCE DEPART salesmen. One to tell 1957 MAGNOLIA, 46 x: 8
Estates. IRC call 267-4770. MENT High school graduate, homes one for commercial and 2 bedroom, aleMARTIN'S GROVE FOR SAL I
FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES. must have knowledge of office acreage sales. Floor time, ad. ____
Hits the nail the head .
en
MOBILE Homes To Fall In Love With II. !
Call Stone
vertising. Mr. Sales
Mattresses offered at warehouse practices:: and procedures 10-\CRE BEARING: naval orange\ wt mean our speedy, safe moving
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bookkeeping desired but not es Manager with J. W. Childre HOMES SALES knoll In
prices. See us today. 2111 GardenSt. grove: on a high Osteen. service. Wt'rt equipped to
Nidy Shopping Center. 267- sential. Apply: City Hall 525 Realty. AM 75563. A beauty'' $22,500. terms. T. W. I. tick I* any ill* move from a
R. C. AREA
1224 N. U. S. 1
5733 or 267-1926. Palm Avenue City. TWO MEN Mere Broker Sanford 3222481 suitcase to an *n lr* business.

KIRBY vacuum and polishers I CLERK STENO: Fire Department Wanted for responsible position Titusville North l of Overpass 267-3081 fur appointment.___ 1. New 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central air conditioning. Call far compltt details
sales and service. 267.5637 and Recreation Depart. with large national distributor HOUSES FOR SAL Only 4 blocks from new elemen'ary school. Reduced I Think
organizing in Titusville in surrounding = of
FINE WATCH and jewelry repair- typing ment. Must and shorthand.have knowledge Must be of --. __ __ 3 BEDROOM 2 baths walk to $15,900.00 VA. No down payment. FHA
Ing. Jay Bee Jewelers Indian able to meet the public.I Excel.lent heal, lt rith rprmute not I 83 TROTWOOD, 50 x 10, 2 bedroom,. schools, Plaza, air conditioned $600.00 down.
River City Indian River Plat*. working conditions.I : Apply necessary. Car a distinct advantage equity, assume monthly payments large! kitchen, dead end street, FIDELITYAgent
City Hall 525 Palm Avenue if you are available :Im: I fi909. 2673311. CXt. 2fa6 FHA $16,000.. 2675023. 2. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths Good location 3 blocks of
ELECTRIC SHAVER!: service on City. mediately. Write for personal before S p.m. or 267.2169 after -- Catholic School. Price $11,000.00 with $1,250.00 and
all makes. Jay Bee Jewelers interview giving name, address 5:30: pm. OWNER BEING transferred have assume
mortgage.
Indian River Plaza PART TIME t p'm., 21- and phone number to Box 457, for sale 3 bedroom 2 bath
35. Apply ti Hall's sSta: House, Melbourne Florida. home. Across from Magnolia ALLIED VAN LINES
PEARS FOR sale $2.50 per bushel 2672861. MOBILE HOME OWNERS shopping center, full price $13- WHISPERING HILLS AREA
and bring own baskets. 267-0397 NATIONS FASTEST growing food 8UI, $fIlO( for our equity, payments STORAGE & TRANSFERDAY
or 2674629. PART TIME babysitter deededfor chain has several openings In LIVE RENT $94 monthly. Call 267.5714KemcmDcr 3. 3 bedrooms, IIi baths only $500.00 down. Payments OR NIGHT
church nursery. Call 267- the Titusville area. Permanent
Help Wanted 1747. liberal $80.00 P.I. Ph AM 7-0228
position very companybenefits I ODe
---- } FREE pay your Paper Boy.
-- ----- good starting salary, !
4. Lot 100 x 175. Zoned R3 2 blocks from Pirtle
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SENIOR OR WAITRESS. EXPERIENCED, apply H
junior beautician ope- must have high school education,
rator, call 267-1698. in person, Rivervicw Rest over 21, and desire a position for Shopping Center. Plus blue prints and lay out for
COOK, 4 l.m..8:30: a.m. and cook -aurant. _._--- the future. Contact the 7-Eleven $20 down payment and $20 a l-n 4 Tri-plex apartments. Asking price 10,000.00.

8 a,.m.-4 2672861.p.m., Hall SteakHouse NEEDS HOWARD WAITRESSES JOHNSON Stores Cocoa. office Phone 636-9635 803 N. Monday Fiske, acre month mobile will buy home your lot at own beautiful full BUILDERS Sewer and water available TODAY!

MORNING and evening shift open. thru Ff:1JI.5: : m. or stop by Become Lake Louise own Estates.landlord. 3. Model home in new development out of city taxes.
Experience unnecessary, willingto your I 7- Don't tear up your rent receipts each WANTED Loaded with extras. Estate site lots 21,800.00.Call .
Eleven Store to pick application REAL
up FLORIDA LIVINGIN
train, good wages, vacation for
month. Many families now reside appointment to see
and inform
IT STANDSFOR with pay, hospitalization Insur- ation. This Is get a equal more opportun In our beautiful trailer community I "FOREST HILLSESTATES" SIGHT of two Golf Courses
ance, credit union. Apply in per. visit us and see for New 3 bedrooms, 2 bath home
son between 9.11 a.m. and 2.4 ity employer. yourself the finest self-owned i with central heat and air. With
p.m. at 1817 Washington Ave., GROCERY MAN needed to trainas mobile home park. I JUST A FEW L01S Johnny A. Moles additional features of Double
Titusville. assistant managers in con. LAKE LOUISE ESTATES LEFT! Garage and Screened Porch.
INTEGRITY venient type store. Good salary, 14 miles east of Orlando on Priced at $21,100 with $1300
MODELLING CLASSES I
STARTING hospitalizaton, paid vacation, Route 50 Phone 568.2761 I II CHAS. JANNARONI 1240 Hopkins Ave. Titusvllle Florida down.
A.F51'R. excellent opportunity for advancement I Titusvtlle. Shopping Center
P Teenagers' and adults. Make up, Office Phone 207-4914
hairstyling and Job preparation. i with expanding com TRAILER SPACES: FOR RENT AM 7-3441 ASSUME VA LOAN,
pany. Apply Lil 1 General Store, I
267.5500. ---
2121 Garden St.Mobile YRAILER SPACES $050) DOWN and Immediate oc
WOMAN TO do ironing 2 days per cupunry on this 4 bedroom. 3
lots Reasonable
Large
rentGood
bath home with all the extras
week $1.25 per hour. 18 Fair- Homes
a glen Dr. transportation to Cape Beautifully landscaped yard
TRAILERS FOR RENT FRIENDLY SHORES You must see to appreciate
MALI HELP WANTED --. U.S. No. 1, City Limits. Edgewaler llRl! Payments $113 mo. Including)
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for everything.
28 FT TRAILER rent, carpeted
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This Is the official seal of the MAINTENANCE MAN. permanentwork air-conditioned. Residential
National Association of Real carpentry, painting general electric rates. $85 monthly plus Musicallnstrumcnts 1580 SQ. FT. $16,500
Estate Boards. Only membersof clean up knowledge of electric. HOMESITE'
the Association display welding desirable but not nec Call 267.9108 after S p.m. -- .--.--- --- -- I -'p SELECT YOUR MORE!: FOR your money In selecting .
may essary. Send letter or postcard RENTAL PLANS School bund this 4 bedroom 2 bathHouse
this seal. And only those who giving name, address and phonefor 3 BEDROOM, IMi bath, cabana. instruments now available at II with double. carporte
I display this seal may call themselves interview. Box T, Star-Advo Workshop, on large lot In Titus VOSS MUSIC in Stereo Store. NOW IN BEAUTIFUL central heat located near
Realtors cate. vile, $90 monthly, phone owner, Pirtle Plaza Phone 367.WJ!\ for shopping NASA Causeway,
-- --. .- ----- Geneva, 3493191. home demonstration. is and school. f'lIA" VA financing .
e George M. Barley, Jr., class .
PAINTERS WANTED. 1st ---- --- ----- -- -. available.
Inc. only. Imperial Estates High INDIAN RIVER
e J. W. Chlldre, PealtorDanenburg'g way 50. Top wages. Apply at of ,
fice. U. S. No. 1 NEAR EVERYTHING
(several
highway frontage
Beach VET
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NEAT 3 Bedroom 1 bath house
RealtyDuffy's BOYS FOR MORNING caner tracts). PLANTATION ESTATES with tented In back yard, nice.
i!
S Real EstateBryanCon routes in Mime, Titusville, Whispering Hk ly landscaped. Like new In
Hills, phone 2676151. every respect. Only 12950.

way & APPLIANCE SALESMAN com !ii $87.uo per month Include
Four j
Winstead, Inc. pany benefits. Apply Mr. Smith, producing orange groves. s everything
95: p.m.. W. T. Grant Co. %
Campbell Associates, f 4 BEDROOMS $15,900

Inc. COLORED benefits. Apply SALESMAN Mr. Smith company 9.5 115 Acres located North of Mims. LOCATED IN Whispering Lakes

Edwards Realty p m., W. T Grant Co. near schools and shopping
Ed Kitties Agency Features Built.In stove, 2
INVENTORY CLERK Must have baths, single garage, central
Harris Realty, Inc. high school education. Apply: 27 Acres Oak Hill Section ((6 acres set heat Only $WK) down, month.
L B. Newman, Realtor City Hall 525 Palm Avenue ly payment of $110.
Donn Searle Realtors City. in 3 year old grove) Excellent Buy.

e Stoner Realty STOREROOM MAN over 20 years 2995 $295 ON BEAUTIFUL LOT
Sydney Schwartz with record-keeping or clerical
., WITH FENCED In back yard.
W. J. Smith experience. AM 71331. Ask for 10 Acres located west of Mims. This 3 bedroom.I itt bath home

Miss Santos. TOTAL r 'e DOWN can be purchased by assunv.
leg; an existing loan with monthly
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AND payments of 'JO.OO. 1m. :

Local & Long Distance Movers DUFFY'S REAL ESTATE PRICE $40 mediate possession

e PREFER!: TO RENT?
Corner U. S. No. I and 48 Mims Inc. TitleInsurance
I Moving '
Storage affSBS Shipping PHONE AM 70821OAKWOODTODAY r months SILO I lease per month preferred.and upi! 6

FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341 -- ------- ----- --- --- -- Everything!
LOCAL AGENT DO YOU WANT

i BREVARD RIDGEWAY MAYFLOWER I RESULTS?

COLD FUR STORAGE 1600 N. U. S. No. 1 CRATING: SEE WE!: NEED: listings on vacant

i PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE lots aptr, and business acreage, subdivisions toned for,

SUBDIVISIONFeaturing LotOverl Full Acre etc., for our many Inquiries
MOBILE HOME Every each day

STORE MANAGER TRAINEES : LIST YOUR with Real our office Estate for or business best.

results. We also have on our

Stores For, Jackson's Florida's Mmit Fastest Markets.Growing Qualified Drive-In Male Grocery and LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL Hard surfaced roads high and dry very close to U. S. No. 1 err staff of one homes of the in finest Brevard Build-Co.

The of 25 and 45 Fill and VA approved also
Between Ages years
will Female be cons'dered.Applicants: Persons Selected Must Be In Good LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES and Just 10 minute drive from Titusville. Excellent Water i conventional.

Physical condition and Willing To Learn Our Business. WATER Etc.
Trees Priced than the small lot.
no more
average
These Are Not Cashier Jobs and Persons Selected Must SUTTON &

Be Able To Handle All Store Management Duties. Po-

sitions are Open in The Melbourne Cocoa Cocoa Beach Let us show the homes now under construction. A ASSOCIATESREALTY
and Tituiville Areas. Application: Blanks Are AvailableAt $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO you many

Any Jackson's Minit Market. Group Insurance and small deposit will hold your selection, so call now! CO.

Paid Vacations When Qualified. Personal interviewsWill REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on

Be Conducted Every Tuesday Thursday and Fri U S.1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S.1 for one more 1528 S. Washington Ave.

day Between 4 P.M. and 6 P.M. as Follows: Contact Mr. mile to our entrance on right. For free information Iiffiua Fhon.i, Nllht Phon.i:
Brady at Jackson's Minit Market 1003 S. Dixie Rock- I call 267-5586. Magnolia Plaza I. R. C. Is7.45 4rsr
Mmit Market 805 Orlando L RYAN REALTY I 267-9440
ledge; Mr. McGee At Jackson's 267.4691Can as e
Road (Highway 50)), Titusville or Mr. Dunn AtJackson's DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Anytime

Minit Market 221 Babcock Street, Eau Gallic. I I
AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK ADDING MACHINE!: ROLLS only
Please Apply In Person No Phone Calls. I 23c each at the Mar-Advocate!

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NO DOWN GARDENDALE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

V A PAYMENT auli I./ $15,000 TO $19,000

Several Large LOTS FOR SALE la FAIR GLEN.
A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville $4750 to $6851) Homes restricted to 1800 aq. ft. :


F H A LOW PAYMENT DOWN Only 2 Miles West of U. S.1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER


THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY, ROOM TWO TILED BATHS 'Phone: 267-3222 St., or Titusville 267-2331

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Tltuivlllt (NerMa Star.Adfvecate Friday, August 2t,11164StarAdvocate
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IX TUB CIRCUIT COURT or TNINTH 71* THE CIRCriT COr T IX AND IV: THE!NINTIItIJL'DCIAL: CIR-Of1
i JUDICIAL caRCtTrAND IN THK
FOR aREVARDCOL'NTY, fLOK.
FOR BHKVARD COCXTY: IDA 'CUT, IN AND: roll) 1IRKVARD
.i* FLORIDA. IN CHANCEMT NO 2S987- OofNTY, rU>RlDA
Classified Ads : NO./ J9041\
I CHANCKNT NO MUM HOME!: FEDERAL!: SAVINrtg AND IN CMAWCEHT PARTITION
M>TM K LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OR- "o.rlFoa
CHRISTINE CAMPBELL ANISE OK HUM. r.OruBTYLITCILLE ;
COUNTY an aaioclailon ea. BHADDOCK *IITNC*'
latin* under the taws of the Polled
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I Continued From Proceeding rage Real_Estate Used Cars & Trucks Used CatS & Trucks Wanted To Buy LEe CAMPBELL.Defendant.VI- Plalnutt.WRwl.LT Staten! uf America Plaintiff, CHARLES EDWARD. BUNCH

P'I'CA His hetra at taw Irgaleea, devla-
Real Estate HOUSES FOR SALi 1960 CHEVROLET 6 cylinder, USED AVTOMOWU3, City Au*> TO: Wesley LM Campbell: PICARD RONALD, tan B. wife, et and MTRNA era grantees, or any other per.
Parts AM 7,3686Want o/e Vi-lpram AdmlnlirtraUonHoipllal al.Dofendanta. eons claiming under Charles Edward -
-- standard shift, best offer 287- .
HOUlii ALi 1959 MOPS $!IOO or best offer. .. Buauti
FOR BRIARWOODbeautiful 6129. UL3-C74 or 2675.164. TuKk.C.*> ,A.1..b.l .. I 50TU'I0.\: mr De.I D\AI
i highly restricted area To Trade of the Hal. of
.. a THE! STATE OF FLORIDATO In the Name
4 BEDROOM, I BATH done k) of better 3.5 bedroom homes, I 51 CHEVY club coupe, excellent SECOND CAR small TOil are .kmby nnllflwl that a : RnnaM B. Plcanl and PlurlriaTot
Whispering Hill" $'10o down overfi l Ms, covered with condition. 267-3246. expense,, Com,l>UI for Divorc .ku hoes I Myrna PlMird, kla wifeJteeldecoe.
VK3 Pontiac good condition GUNS Cbarlea Edward: Huach. hla
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..,monthly payments $U7. 387-em. grass and trees on School bus 500 only $99. 267-4968. filed calnul you tt you are K.ulr4 i unknown belra at law leaaieea, devlaeea.araateea .
these exclusive dehghtfully 1061 FORD 730 / u serve s copy at yo"r I II or nereonatlulmlng
route. See South Dixie TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
MIMS, } bodroom ccmett bleak : de'ch'r: : ::
different designs. Only door six cylinder, standard I Answer or Pi-xdlor to the Com tail a salt kaa keen tiled xalnat I Edward
home large lot. Price reducedto homes left. Some shift, radio excellent condition. 1981 TRIUMPH Tiger<< Cub, motorcycle Old U S.1 1 plslnt on th. Plaintiff' attornnvi yen \In the above canes and you are liuaih.
$5500 for Cape worker. Addit 3 completed $950. 224 Barna Ave. 267-1641. MORAN *. MORTON P. O. woe ass required to file your aniwer walk And tot All unknown Spouses of
tonal bedroom can be added I featuring 19 ft. bedrooms, _. Indian River THiwvlll. Florida, and file the original the Clerk ef Ibis Court and te aald above named natural defend-
TioTow Lenore Ave Phono chooM colors during construct. 1941 FORD 2 rnew 1957 VOLKSWAGEN, overhauled City Aniwrr or Parading !Ie lie acres a loopy thereof upon the Plaintiff ants And'tot
Ml-'I door new uffli* of the Clerk of the Circuit I 'a attorney, porter 1.. Peaden, All Partlea claiming- In-
1481. Los LaGrange area. 1 mile paint, new upholstery engine, very good running con Court o* or krfan, Ik. Mlot day .ftlaylHtlMr Jr., of the law linn of Whittle *. tereeta by, through, under ccegalaei
I north of Titusville off Old Dixie. undercoated, like new, dition. $405! call 207-0336.) Work Wanted tan. If you full In do I Peaden, 604 0.Io"\ Orange lie hbove, aamea estar.lWoodsnle
WHISPERING HILLS 3 bedroom CALL 267.9300 161.7891.I I to Jtulgnwut by dmaull will 4etaken Building, Orlando. Florida, ratalelm' < not a.wa tit be deador
'- I IRONING IN home, mature ai-alnut you for he rrllrf d* than Itapteiiiber j 21, 1M4 If alive.And
2 bath Florida my ,
room large FOR SALE OK KENTi Will TRADE car for boat, motor .laailtil ,I.h.. Omplelnt, you fall ao to de a Decree Pro Con'fmao tot All Parties Having or
shady fenced in yard $690'\ and trailer 287-1520. ; white reliable. 1408V4 Carlisle JHN6 AND OMOKHUD: : at T1tuavlll will be entered acalnat you Claiming to have any right, title:
down. 1438 Oat Terrace. Call I IJ St., 267.0171. *. Br\ard Counly, Flurlila-1 for the relief demanded In the ComPlaint. or Interpol:: In and to the followingUiacrlbwl ':
267-3669. i BEDROOM FRAME house also Homes 4 Sale i -.--- -----. tats Wlh': riar of August'Fllfjj., Tain lull .le |. foreoloae itmurleate. ( property, altuatwl.JtIt'.
trailer lot for rent. Both In Oak $ $ $ $ .. $ S S $ $.. CfRTIK R. The real properly pro- Bievanl County, Florida lo-
Clerk of the circuit Court ceoiUcl afalaat lei Commencing at a point aD 2' ft
LUXURY LIVING, ready to move Hill north of Canal Road, Me- H505-One Acre beautiful Hnvard County, Florida Iof the NE Corner of the
Into. New 4 bedroom brick Mahan. I' By Mary Joe Vngtr Lot 8, Block t, COUNTRY SB qiiatUr of _10. la, T
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homes. 3 full bath, built-in! -" only $16,200. Anxious owner 1962 CHEVY II .. Deputy Clerk CLI'B HEIGHTS THIRD ADDITION 2? B, Range 17 B!, thence goaouth
LOTS FOR SALE will Include 3 bedroom 2 bath according to plat WO ft. to a point, thenoagn
range aid eva, diihwanrier, home with family room, cen ICOt'aT SEAL: ) thereof recorded In Plat Book Unit Gu ft. thence go north
cUgpoaal. Intercom with AM-FM 2 ADJOINING lots, 80 X 90 ft. tral heat and air for quick '.> 4 DOOR Black with Red Interior. 6 Cyl. Automatic MORAN a. MORTON 16. Page 1ne Public Ueoord of Mil ft. thence go Weat to point
AltnrnJy.t for Plaintiff Hrevard County, Florida. of beginning.You. .
radio double car garage as each 1 corner lot. 1 block from lall.et! us show you this Transmission Extra Sharp. y P. O. ilox WN Together with all atructurea and
low aa $2000 down. 267-1828. Coquina School. Good building today. Tltu.vlllo, Florida 32780 Improvement now and hereafter and Each of You are
location. Has trees Being'sold! $$1495 lly /./ Krnrtall T. MoranA on laid land and fixture notified that a Partition\ of Real
CHRISTMAS PARK 3 bedroom a Mnmbrr. of tha Firm attained thereto) also all tao, Properly, to the above deacrlbedproperty
home 1 acre, 5 out buildings 1 fcy WN/I/ f. 267-4431. Auf. 14, 21, 28. aryl 4 (FrI!.) 1M4 steam electric' water, and other \ h.. been filed agalnut
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heating cooking refrigerating you you are hereby
garden plots fruit trees Mo- I TWO LOTS, 80 X 110 n.I .. $1750 11531-Waterfront lovely quiet lighting, plumbing ventilating I a rve a copy of yeur It..w.,
Daniel, Batholemow St.. $6,000 I each (One corner lot, 90 x 110 getting with frontage on both I Irrigating, and power aveiemi, U the Complaint oa the Plaintiff
equity, payments $20 mo. I ft., $1875. Located In Dixie Vil sides of Riverside Drive with : 1961 CHEVROLET l 5CONVERTIBIE : \OTKK: INTKNTIOX FI(TI'rIOC"/ NAME TOIIF.O"11.tR : : and machlnei appurtenance, appllancea, which, flxturea noware Drive attorney, Eau John A.Gallic.Reed, 11M BrevardCounly Palm
BEDROri lage. Paved street. 267.5848 aftf riparian rights 3 bedrooms, or hereafter pertain to, I Florida, and file the original -
3 2 bath brick borne, $ p.m. and all day Saturday and 2 baths. Shown by appoint.. RED, BLACK TOP, V-8, uto. Trans, power steering I. compliance wllh HOIIM Bill No. or be 'used:: with, In, or oa eeldpremlocu In the offle. of the. Clerk of
Florida room and double carS I ment only. 1176. Chapter Number 209V. L... even though they be the Circuit Court on or before
porte. Central heat. Call 287- Sunday. R&H, good whitewall tires. Extra clean nice car. nf Florida Act of 1V41. the under- detached or detachable. the lint day of September, 1W4;
aliBcd will rex-later with the Clark WITNESS my hand and the, seal oiherwlie the' allegation. ; : of ld
2039. WILL TRADE! $$1895OPEN of Ika Circuit Court la Brtvard of IHIa Court at Tlluivllle, Brevard Comnlalnt will be taken aa con-
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3 BEDROOM 2 bath large Flor II342-FIIA or VA Or:1: bedroom, .. moot of publication upon of Skis receipt notice Counly.. 14CVRTI8 Florida. Ul litth. day ofAutual noUce ahaH he publlnkedowe
ida room well low down pay. EQUITY In custom 3 bedroom, 2 bath $16.800 heat andair the following fli-tltloua name.lo-wlii \ R. BARNES Clerk each week for four oonnec.utlve -
ment. 925 Carrie Hill Rd. 2U7- iMi bath, Florida room home. centrally located for FHA I .['TIL 81! "' which Nationwide we are' Tire entailed Company In bunlneaa undor at By l Mary Joe I'agcr .....k.. In the Tltuivllle marAdvocate. -
3816. Trade for nice trailer. 812 Ken $700 down handles, move in Tllunvllln' Klorida, and that tha underelined Deputy Clerk Doledhl.. IBth day of Auguit
Ave. S. Cocoa. 63 .3231 after week! If credit check the only In- COURT AVAL 1IW4. .
tucky or one are prreona ,
= Auto 121 28 Sept. 4 (Fri) 1964.
SEE MAGNOLIA IIO In! 207-0413. O K. $100 per month pays : Jaufh Chevrolet tar.e.dn. said bnolneu.Doled Curlla R. D.......
Grange acres 2Vt miles north of all. Well wrth your conilde. fJ at Tltunvllle Florliln, thli ENVELOPES Business Sizes (kk nf Circuit Court ,
Titusvillo. Beautiful 3 and 4 bed. Services ration. USED CAR DEPARTMENT tth d.I T of Autunt A. U. 19H4 Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp Rrevard COIIJ1I,., Florid "
rooms on big lots with trees aVs Vernon K.: CrosbyHobert fly V. 0 MpnnrlerDeputy .
I 1028 S. HOPKINS AVENUE PHONE 267-123I B. Crosby for mailing. Full stock at Star-. .Ckrk 'IICourt
full baths Formica
ducted heat, range: and hood cabinets and DRESSMAKING expertly fitted ORIGINAL, alterations styling JlI1 10-3 bedroom 2 bath-Own- t t t t i t a t s t .. R.7. II.N. DamnAu 81, :a* (hart.) 1984 Advocate Alit It;Seal RM fI'p 4.. 11 IFr198.\ ) .. ;

sodded yards. "Priced from $14- must Drive by then -- -
for men's and women's garmcpts. cr move.
000 to $16,000. Call 2G7-41C6 from UHlen Hudson 267-3158. come In for details. 205 Keats ,
9 to 5, see by appointment.
Ave, I.R.C. Central heat and< WE'RE HARD to-find l but you'll WILL DO Ironing In my home.;;; : air, nice yard will sell furnished 1
Phone 2678449.
unfurnished.
feel well rewarded when you or '>
see these Klnaxley brick borne .
by Manuel Builders. Turn In Imperial FREE( | |
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Estates opposite I.RC. LP. BOTTLED GAS 11115-Beautiful Waterfront Set
Shopping Center, past Cosmopolitan I ting-on/ Indian River Your .
INSTALLATIONI I
models (They're nice too), own bulkhead and dock, Immaculate j
then turn left at the 2nd turn. Suburban Propane I 2 bedroom CBS Rrentwoo
Blink financing! but as little as home 1V4 years young, no need tI
$500 down. 2078495. 2019 U. S. 1 N. 267-8411 : for air conditioning with the :
constant breeze from the river. ) !

CLASSIC"HOMES Used Cars & Trucks $18,500.Priced for quick sale at ,

Titusvllle's Best Home Value '
59 BISCAYNE / good< ,
3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bath condition, reasonable. Call 2(17-( ,, !

Homes with Garages. 2376. Arrow RealtyDon -am& t

BUY NOW 1963 CADILLAC, 4 door, hard top, .
WILL TRADE air condition, full power, like R. Manclnl BrokerU. to
new. 207-2888.
Nothing Down, See Us Today S. No. 1 at Harrison St. J
at Colonial Heights 1963 FALCON 2 door, automatic Tltusvllle Florida WEST GARDEN STBEETTITIJSVILLE
transmission $200. Older tear or Call 207-7037
Hopkins Ave. South what have you and take tip t
pay- 267-9187 NORTH
267-8641 ments. 267-3235.: ,Evenings I \ l IDEAL HOME LOCATION, BREVARD'SMOST
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I BEDROOM, 2 bath by owner. EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL AREA 1
Whispering Hills area. I'hoie era
267-4572. 1 C@

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Swimming
NEW SMYRNA BEACH

pool home near ocean. WITH THESE.
Full price $$18,000 with $800 00 ..
down monthly payments $102.
Will accept small house, lot, U5 CAR5 r 4, ,
trailer or boat in trade. Call ,
4286944 New Smyrna Beach er "
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write P. O. Box_ h 2026._ ____ 1964 FALCON FUTURA $$2495 ;.,... .4 )< .

3 BEDROOM 1 bath CBS house

oil heat paneled Florida room, 2 Dr., H. T., V-8 Automatic, Bucket Seats
utility room awnings, carporte,
patio fenced yard pump, fruit

Lane trees, Titusville.$12,000. See at 82 Gorve 1963 PONTIAC 4 DOOR $$2495


Air Conditioned Auto. Heater
If you have rental
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The housing Star-Advocate, list It in 1963 RANCHERO PICK-UP $$1195 r -

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1962 RAMBLER "400" $$1295 "W..tL"J J


Factory Air, P-S, Auto, R & H

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JESS W. CHILDRE Everything!

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1963 FALCON 4 DOOR $$1395

S BEDROOM, 1 bath, wood floors .
gas fireplace city water and "6" Cylinder R & II wrmi_

sewers. Ideal for doctor's or dent "mm> i ,, ,,o tol; I ewe p eraser 1 Bronfwood Estates homes, by Cosmopolitan Construction Corp., i iBrevard's
ist's office. $24,200. Requires 4 i **" a. a.'un largest quality home buildors offer
value
you greatest
refinancing. 1962 JEEP CJ.6 $$1495 J. Ll aa.
a for homo dollars
NEW 4, bedroom 2 bath, large: your buying spacious doign in a wide selection -

living rroom, double carporte, 4 Cylinder Full Equipment 4 of size finest construction superb location! only momentsSwart

central beat ducted for air conditioning ""w "" I : from downtown Titusville and ovory convenience. and Immediate :
$16,700 down. $125 (
monthly payment, Including prli- 1961 FORD FAIRLANE i m access to the NOVA complex as well as to Jho NASA Causeway and

ciple., interest taxes and insurance. $$895 N ., .. t,, the Cape Kennedy area. Como choose yours todayl I

V-8, Automatic, Heater
DUPLEX, 2 bedroom, large living iL
rooms, city water and sewer $150
per month Income $15,500, $U I 1960 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE $$1295 FHA Ne Closing Cents VA No Down PqymeM
monthly, P and I. Conventional Financing '

UNDER CONSTRUCTION. 3 bedroom Factory Air Loaded WHY t

2 bath, large living room,
double carporte, central heat (1 1 ::

including 16.000, $600 principle down., $interest U9 per,mo.taxes ., 1959 FORD GALAXIE $$895 fiAN PAY RENT? > r

and insurance. aa. TITUSVitIE
Convertible, V-8, Standard R & II CO
3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, stucco, 100 x
172 ft. yard, fruit tree, all lurl CO IATION You Can OWl.Brentwood g t eAaetN a1, .g .

ture goes, including range tad
refrigerator. Only $13,850, requires a Estates ArevJrd' ee
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refinancing. Largest Quality Home Builder Home for Less I-
NEW 3 bedroom 2 bath, eop etional > McCotterFordTRADE

payment financing$1W o, 17500.monthly Down payment IN DIVISION !HONE. ; AM 7-7141 or NE -UK Per Month! L!:. .....

$141 Including principle, Interest ,

taxes, and insurance 730 S. Washington 267-2837
Call I
J, W.: CHILDRE REALTY, "CENTRAL FLORIDA'S TRADINEST FORD
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Augll.t.21",1964 Titutllll" (....nIl.1) Sta..Advtc. hp..71.I teacher! at the Mime Methodist l his wife and children are" enjoyIng -
t Church took her class of girls the many Cajifocnia sights :\ I
Mims News I extend a. big welcome to our: and boys. to Blanton Park In Tltusvjlle to.. b4 seen while they are. there, mal 'lju. ,ft4 1f'l u? St re4f IEJCJ 1
community and we loook for- last Saturday August, "IIUl; him
wand to. working with them 22nd for a picnic. Those enjoying .
(Continued From Page 1.B) the TVA system She nit a thwwghroiit the. coming school j the picnic were. Patricia, Mrs Ethel Barrow ot Tampa; (
daughter who: Is attending Murray yeah To! OHO teachers who have and Cathy Lewis, Debra MiUer, has been visiting, her brother
La. Her parents Mr and Mrs College and a son who Is a. boom with us before and will be Wollncr, Susan Layton, Michael* W,. J, Folsom !this, week,
Roy L Kopllsh live In New Orleans chemical .. UJ .
engineering student ab natunning! foe another yeaR We Farmer, Carol Clougn, Enid -
also a younger sister and the University of Ky She enjoys saga wclooorte: i back, and. will be Mrs Adoron Eeagan and Mrs. ,
Her outside Wright, Danny, David and J
brother Interests I IIt
music, sewing and readingand looking forward to working with Uxz'fl' Nollia, had ax most enjoy <)'\ .
are sewing, reading and collects Bocky Tel rm.n. -
of says she has enjoyed seeing you again chic| tripto North! Carolina f
scores Broadway musicals tho beautiful sights of Florida: '
They; went to visit Mrs. Joe I
PersonalsWayne
Mrs Hilci Smith, comes It. Celebrates 4th BirthdayLittle Porter Is visiting with Savor at Cashew and from SALE PRICES GOOD THRU MONDAY tl I
Ople Lacey, arrived from. MIcRty saw, our years / there: they visited, several other
from Brookhaven, Miss and lea Maybury, West Virginia He hear old August, 23th,. celebrated his Bob!) Mullis al their home In El places in and, ,around the Great .A""'
196+State graduate of the Mississippi been teacher for 28 years In, Jjirthdsjf, will a. party at BUnt- Ijngton Previously, Bob bad,, .Smoklei, such a/i Maggie Valley,
for
College Womenin the: McDowell County School on Park in Tltusville Mickey .
Cherokee, '
WaynesviUo, and at .
Columbus, Miss Her visited here with the Porters BRILLQPADS. ; .v :
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System In West Virginia He had a good time opening presents Gatlinburg they were able tooct (
James Is recently discharged graduated from Concord. Collegeat and playing on the playground Mrs Howard 1 M t,
from the United States Air Mr and Mntte- some of the bears that roam 4._a '
Athens, W. Va, also attended equipment with his little r
Force and is presently employedwith West Virginia University at Morgantown friends. His guests were Lane son and children are now at around some areas In the smok j. I lei .f 10 ie.s> swfewltfcrait 0
the Winn Dixie in Cocoa. He Is married, and his Matthew, Linda.Kay Emory, Itancbo Cordova, California les They had a wonderful time -r.il.,.r CMSW 22l t
She likes sewing, recreational wifes name Is Audrey. They Elaine Bradwell and Rocky Met- J Howard: has been sent there by and highly recommend it as a this Pr'celeLl.' STACKING

activities and camping. Their have a daughter 12 year old. calf,_ their mothers! Mrs. Jim- the company, he works for and nice vacation trip I ...II a willI_, tare ..".(/>!) ,
add.J'eJis.I. Route No 2 Box 62 1* Hq Is a member of the American Matthew, Mrs David Emory, -- -- -- -- STORAGE BINS
titusvilla. Legion and the) V:K.W. Likes Mrs Elmon Mctcalf. Mrs Law

Powell athletics and ftshlng Mrs Winston Bradwell and 1 MOTOR LOBBY COUPON L.ft. ilw, heavy duty I.stle l In.,
Mrs Eva now living served sandwiches, crackers, 111.11..1 l .r M.k manta bins for
at 1523 Hibiscus Ave. in Titus- Ronald E, Ferguson, native cake, icecream, candy, and : ELEVATORS DIRECT TO ROOMS 1 HANOI-WRAP ...*..bl.SiIttmi bwsMlti! ....11I.. I
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has a B.A. degree from Murray and raised in Orlando. He got usal birthday cake, it was made SINGLE ROOMS SUITES ,
State College of Murray, Ken his schooling at the Universityof and decorated to look like a I Pomn" Dw .Ihlh" 8C and has taught fifteen MODERATE RATES, ,.,11 wrap-kle 100f. It 23 I II
years in Fla. Has a BS degree: in tram with engine, two, flak tars VALUE 4alrWESTCLOX :
.the Elementary: Schools of Ky Physical Education a. Masters one carrying tootsie' r.oll.1os the + CAFETERIA,,, -. DINING I II I 11la. rail-lea 2te .
The past eleven years, Mrs. degree: in. Mm. Sup. and P.S. otbfut !tpfl> cats, !then, there, WAS ROOM AND LOUNGE I (Limit S with _.." 'hr.. ...... SJ1)yrn
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Pu. $-. --- TltvlYnr. (PlerNa'' ) Star .AdvaaN Friday'' August, INI work is. being completed!>> *on, Orf. up the registration, card to be ness test. Parents may complete 1st MissionaryBaptist tation; 7.19: p.m. Mem Vms(
_. new Year Book and each mem- completed and signed by a parent registration in the cafetorium tion; 7 p.m. Beginners ChOit
ber Is an integral part or Individual and pay the $3. supply fee while the children are being Rehearsal; 7:30: p.m. Junior
I I In the programs and pro They will then be given a student tested In classrooms Services next week at the Choir Rehearsal.
South Titusville News jects for the ahead for the handbook assigning themto
year On the first day of school all First Missionary Baptist Churchof Church Of God
beautification of this community.Mrs. classes. first year students will reportto Indian River City:
I I M. F. Breedlove will bel New students must be accompanied the cafetorium for assignment Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday Services at Church of God of
(Continued From Page 3.B) the Indian River City Methodist vacationing, that they are enjoy guest speaker at the first meet- by a parent. They must to classes. All other children will School classes for all ages, Prophecy on Sunday:
Church. The Sacrament of Holy ing the cool weather. ing of the ensuing year and will show evidence of a physical report directly to the classroom nursery provided; 11 a.m. Sunday School at 9:45: a.m.,
home. Baptism was administered by speak on "Fall Plants. examination within the last six to which they have been assign- Morning Worship Service; 630: morning worship at 11 a.m. and
the Rev. Robert Waddell, Pastor. months by a Florida physician, ned. p.m, Baptist Training Course lunch on the grounds at 1 p.m.
Vacation Mr. and Mrs John Talbot All students who will attend on School Health Form No. 304. classes for all ages; 7:30: p.m. There will be services through
Clyde and Agnes Stephensand Personals and daughter, Nancy, from Coquina School are requested to A pupil assignment applicationand The first day of school is Tues Evening Worship Service. the afternoon, including singingand
children of 815 Cleveland Mr. and Mrs. John Dunn, Parkslde, Penna, spent the last register on Monday August 31, registration card must be day, September 8. Coquina Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mid- a gospel message by Rev.
Road, have just returned froma Chris and Johnny, of 129 Ellis week-end with Bob and Peggy between the hours of 8 a.m. and completed. The $3. supply fee hours are 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Week Prayer Service Study Bobby Welch from Sanford.
three weeks' vacation. They Circle, returned last Sunday Tindall of 200 Key Largo Drive. 4 p.m if they haven't already should be paid at registraton.First Only children living two miles Course; 8:30: p.m. Adult Choir Prayer service will be held at
visited for a few days with his from their vacation In Tennes registered. No further registrations year students must meet Rehearsal. 7:30: p.m. Tuesday and youth
family In Benton, Tenn. Jamie, see. They: visited with Mrs. M.... To Mtmbtrs will be accepted before the same requirements as new or more from the school may Thursday 10 a...m. Ladies Visi service at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
one year old daughter of the that date. students. In addition to the ride the school bus the first few ---- ---
Donna parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Call S Jackson, president -
family, being too young for an above, a birth certificate must days. Parents will be notified
W, J. Easterly of Knoxville, and of the Indian River City Two buses will serve the
extended tour, was left in the with her sisters and families, school be shown. when bus tickets go on sale PARKWAY DEVCO INC.
Garden Club reminds membersthat on registration day Bus
care of Mr. Stephens' sister in
Mr. and Mis. Robert Lucke and Returning students must report -
the first meeting of the ensuing No. 161 will the NOW LEASING
Tenn. serve area
to the school for -
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Milton of library registration
Upon leaving that state, the Oak Ridge. year will be at the Civic south on U. S. No. 1 through new students must report Little Theatre
Center, on the second Wednes- STORES AND OFFICESCONVENIENTLY
family toured Virginia and Port St. John. Bus No. 12 will to the school office and first
spent a night in Philadelphia, day, September 9th, at 2,00 p.m. students Meeting TuesdayTitusville
Mrs. Mary Boggs of 343 W. Members are alerted to be on serve the State Road No. 403 year must report to the LOCATED AT HIGHLAND A GARDEN ST.
visiting wth Mr. and Mn John cafeloi'lum.
Cdquina Avenue, had ai week' and Highway No. 50 area. Little Theater will On Main thoroughfare to Proposed I l-'5, also known as Cam
Bellerjeau and John Jr., former the lookout for a complete sub
end guests Tier sister and brother First pickup is at approximately All parents of first students hold a general meeting Turs., way Road Corner location on Orlando Road Cantratlylocated
residents of this city. year In High traffic area Adequate Front-of-Bulldlnq
'in'law, Mr. and Mrs Rob- sequent announcement and they 7:30: a.m. Return home will beat are requested to bring Sept 1st at 7:30: p.m, in the parking g) Rentals start at $120 Monthly.
The Stephens family then ert Senn from Dunnellon, and are urged to bring a friend or approximately 10:30: a.m. TLT Bldg. on Carlisle Street. TITUSVILLE PHONE
them at 9 WRITE BOX 1403 or
spent several days In New York the Senn's daughter, Mrs James Ir'ndsIlona( with them. As a Only students attending a Ere- a.m on August 31 and All members, are urged to at MRS. BETTY GRIFFIN 267-3528
City and saw the World's Fair. Yoh<.>y and her son, Garry, from part of the Greater City of TI. yard County School last year aaain on Sept 1 for the readi tend
The two boys of the family, Cleveland, Ohio. Tho Senn family tusvillc, ro,operation of all members should board the buses. All first
Barry and Randy, certainly en- had spent the week In Miamiat i li needed in this Club to year students and students new
joyed visiting all the points of the Barcelona Hotel on the maintain pride in their own com- to the county must be >accompanied I llf '
Interest and all were very much Beach. munity. by parents.Returning .'Jtllll ] "I

Impressed with the Worlds' Recent guests at the home of She announces further that students must pick I
Fair and the large and elaborate Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jackson of
pavilions.The U. S. No.1 were Mr and Mrs.
next stop was Washington Earl Couraey from Anniston,
D. C., ,where they spent Ala.; and Mrs. John Smith of DID YOU KNOW YOU COULD
two days. They enjoyed a con- Indian River Heights, formerly
ducted tour of the Capital. One from Anniston; Mr and Mrs. YEW BAR
of the most impressive scenes L. L. Calson and children, Dixie
BUY A NEW 1964 FORD
they saw was the Changing of and Casey, from Palatka; Mr.
Guard at the Tomb of the Un and Mrs. Bruno Zanlungo whose
under
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After leaving Washington, Michigan!! was an event. They NEW MANAGEMENTOPEN

they returned: to Tennessee, picked (Zanlungos) are now settled In 10:30-12. SUNDAY 1-9 FairlaneSedan
up Jamie, and spent several their new home in Azalea Park, I
Orlando at 139 Lynbrook Drive.
more days visiting around before FRIDAY
returning home. and SATURDAY Bob West I I r

Mrs. D. E. Bartlett o f 238 _---. -
Lisa Joy Unk, infant daughter Olmstead Drive, who is publi Playing At The Organ
of Mr. and Mrs. John Linkof city Chairman of the Indian River
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Th Vole .! 25.000 North Brcrard County R..Idta "
Sat John Threlkeld of the TVtusvill
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Stctlon C TITusv --ORIDA7"'RIDAY.. AUGUST 21, 1964------ .Page 1-C ? Police Department' sail
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today (hut I standard first aid
I'ourse111 be offered to all n.!rn-
{ here of the police force including
Illegal Signs To GoIn the auxiliary

.r The cliitei began Tuesday
night and Are being held at tilt
conjunction with the Govrrnor'i maintenance card located at sued I thirtl'-day written notice the removal of the slgna la eisential Citizen Bank at 6 p.m.
e Cleanup Program and Cocoa to correct the violation or the to the highway Mfely bl't. Thi"r elkeld.I I who lethe
r r Garden Clubs, the Florida State Signs that are not reclaimed. sign/ will be removed at the end and beaiillficalkm, and express. iiHrlutur laid that this
< Rood Department will begin re within a period of thirty ((30)) of the 1IlIl'ty.dllY period, ed confidence in the willingness conrv will enable the policemm -
moval of the illegal signs mist) days Mill bc destrojrd Komi Board Chiiiinian John of most dun owner to remove in give first aid at the
admtlscmcnta from the Slate Owners of signs valued at It, Phillips, In ordering the their signs from the rights of .repof. an accident or any
maintained rights of ray In ttre-! greater than $10000 will be is rh'lInlIlrrullralll, Mated that way ahead of the work forces. emergency
vard County on Highway Nos.
I II U SI FU. AlA 50.E.0 -.., .: 1f..1JI! ... ",1 -t:; .'1" (.'"," ( Bond Sales HighIn
1I2! :! beginning Tuesday, Sept 1,
14! Brevard County

VPl ., _.... { When sorts signs, having a
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value of One hundred ($1K( >.00))
I NEW FACES AT PARKWAY SCHOOl- and Gail Williams. Back row: Henry Wat- dollars or less, (minding entrance ? i during July tntalel $;84f8r. ,
'rl bringing the! total for the lint t tseven
Several new teachers have been added to kins, Bill Wood, Ed Irons, Crawford Drake, signs to private estab month the
the staff at Parkway Junior High School Hobson Laird, Ennis Proctor, George Sas- lishments, encroach upon the cent.RENT. of year to 67.1per
this year. Shown above are from left, ser and Druce Wike. Not pictured are Ron State owned rights-of-way, they
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Meeting Saturday Book On Children BAND


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On Vaccine DriveJack Af Library"Children ,,,4Pr, "' 1 I C Six Months

of Africa" by Louise Trial
Larks, chairman of the Saturday afternoon, August 29, Any organization may contact A. Stmetorf, depicting life and !J Htntal
"Manpower" committee of the at 3:00, In the Community Roomof Larks 267 2305 for further information customs on that continent Is Program
Kiwanls Clubs for North Bra Citizens Bank, where a talk "S. OS" Sabm Oral among the new books received at y" I Available
vard, will conduct a meeting to and informative movie will be Sunday "D" day Is Sunday, the TiHiBville Public Library, J//
acquaint representative of all shown to the leaders of the community Sept 27 and "11" !hour I II 10:00: announced Mr. Jean Swidrinskl,

civic, fraternal, religious and prior to organizing their a.m. to 6:00 p m at the Mime, librarian, ...,.. ..,-. All tn.dument on Band
service club with the Oral Vac help and support which so many Coquina, Bayvlew Elementary Other new books just received Director's Recommendd -
WELCOME Dr, J, Bruce Wilson, right, faculty. From' left ale Robert Wood, Llltn.nl.l
cine Drive. have already generously offer Schools, Parkway Junior High Include: .-
president of Drcvard Junior College, is mathematics; Deward Denton, business
The meeting will be held this ed. and Gibson High Schools.
JuvenileThe shown welcoming new faculty membersat Administration; Thomas Parker social Fee may be applied -
a recent briefing session for more than science; and Dr, Wilson i* Plircha Priceof

Parking Lot Decision Up To Highway YangtzeChina'by Cornelia Spencer River, 20 members of the Drevard Junior College Instrument.

The People on Lung Ago Street Legion Homo Is Ask us hew you tan got your
by Lillit-n Build Telescopes and Stroud Announces Appointment New Instrument Prod!
Rob Victim Again
Observatories by Patrick Moore, COCOA SCHOOLOF

County City Council Says Augusta Mr. Bumbu's Itarwond New Job Ukrainian by Pearl ing"Evidently grounds the of every favorite Tom"stomp, Dick Of Assistant County Solicitor TliuivllULM MUSIC

Folk Tales] by Marie Ilulun and Harry In North Brevard
Bloch, Kings, Bishop, Knights, with Intentions of the County Solicitor, Tom Stroud, the County Solicitor' Office may alien Aft!
Anticipated activity at Dow city council Tuesday night and renter user such at and Arnold thievery,
young people Pawns by Ilalph American home has has announced tl'e appointmentof present their l business to Mr
Chemical Aerospace Services asked for approval of the civic ( attending the Saturday night Geography by Lorrin Kennamerand Legion once Shreve and thus avoid driving to McCOTTERMERCURY
I operation and engineering office center board of director' dec. Teen Town A Paul Wlshart; again fallen prey to rubbery Merritt Island Attorney Jack the Court House In TltuivUle.
on, South Hopkins .Ave.,' Islon to allow Stackhouse to The council told Stackhouse/ The Post Home wan entered Shreve a* Assistant County Sol Mr Shreve. formeily aiismluted CpMET
across from IRC civic: center, grade and shell property to 'the that the property, as far a* Ada and the Wild Duck by some tune early this week idiot Mr. Shreve will be available with the law firm of Miller, Cone, SlfbWROOMCtr.
has prompted office building north of the civic center build- could be determined, was Edith Bread, Spring Holidays by to take complaint in the
for the fourth time since Owen, Wagner, & Nugent, baa South ... & U. 1.1
Sam and About Kockledge Branch Court House Hwy.
owner Roy Slackhouse to seek Ing for parking space, to be use county owned, and It would be Beryl Epstein January, Once Inside, after removing opened hi* own office on the. Washington' Avenue
I additional parking facilities.Mackhouse ed by Dow and related personneland the county' decision to make, Jerry and Jimmy and the jalousies from the front on Wednesday of every week Causeway, Merritt Island, and M"r, Let Houehton
appeared before which, be used by civic although the city would be Pharmacist by Frances B. from 9:00 a.m. until S:00 p m '
may window, persons unknown broke will work with the Solicitor'. Of. Open vonlng* Until SM
I -I II Ii It happy to see the parking area. Thompson, Jo Jo The Talking and on Tuesday of. fvjjjr week .7111 Wo' Dollvor
time
Into' a cigarette machine, a coin- fire on part hull only,,
Crow by Laura Bannon Shetland from 1:20: p.m. until 5:1JO: p,m. ...
operated' pool table and shuffleboard -----
The IRC civic center Is situated Ponies by Lilu Hess, Do.(It.In.A- machines. Estimated take All persons having business with I
Day Puppets for beginners by
on a dedicated but never was In excess of $75, according AMllNU MACIIINE ROLLS, only
opened street Many years ago, a Margaret Weeks Adalr. to Sheriff's Investigator, Lief 25c each at the Star-Advocste I 1
t two.lane street was proposed\ Adult Larsen. Read Star.Advocate Clavslfledit
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i 50 to run adjacent to the rail. State 0' Maine by Louise t r r
rrtrr road Included in the two lane Dickinson Ilich, Appointment In J
I e 1 Itr1'was\ I parkway separating the Sky by Sol Levine, The lion.
rrK the two lane sand it i lion ored Society by Norman Lewis, $ | 79 JUST
: this parkway that the civic center The Coming Explosion In Latin .
t.rvlco 0 C. KNoh n.I .
o Ancwerinf ARRIVED
la situated.Thompson, America by Gerald Clark, Posture BOX
Underground hrlia( ewkeeisg Peel Exercise Handbook by
Katharine F. Wells, The Amer.
Fully Carpvterf o High Spud Etovtar InjuredIn ican Reading Public by Various
L Scooter Wreck authors;
Condldonh, & i
Air Private B loony
The Birth of the Constitutionby
Heating Dcirrcll Edward Thompson of
!Donald Barr Chidsey, A
Mini injured Tuesday r
was Corpse For a Client by II. Wil SEARS
when he struck the rear of an
helm Gabriel Tracker by William -
motor automobile scooter.while riding his Vance, Plunct of Death by Whal Iraclor Is best
E. L. Arch, The Castle on the
The accident occurred on 407 Washington Are
Hill by Ellen Randolph, Seasonsof
Hopkins Avenue at 1:30: p m. the Heart by Margaret Abrams -
I and was investigated by Titus- Julian by Gore Vldul, ----i Tirusville, Fla.WA for your land clearing!
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villa policeman Lei Brandies.Ha
Durer and his World by Max
repotted that Thompson ran Sleek,
into the rear of a 1UH4 Plymouth
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,. 2-C Tttutvllle (Florida, ) SIar.A4veca" Friday, August 21, W4 .
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Good ShepherdSunday

morning identical worship -

_ Church News Of The WeekFor Good services Shepherd will be Lutheran held at '

Church at 8:00: and 10:30 am '

Titusville and North Brevard County 4r The Rev. Arnold F. Claus will :

: conduct both services, continuing -
the series of sermons,
Deadline For Church N vn on These Pages J P. M, Wednesday Sing! Unto The Lord" The

message this Sunday will be

., I based on the hymn, "Holy, Holy, -
Holy Lord God Almighty" wits
IRC Methodist Christian And Trinity LutheranSunday Christian Science the Text Revelation, Chapter 4,

. Alliance ChurchJohn verse 8 "And the four beasts
Servian of worship for the morning worship service The life' of Christ Jesus-from
had each of them six wings
Indian River City Methodist Allen will open the Sun- at Trinity Lutheran Church his birth through his ascensionwill
:.Church will be held Sunday at day School of the Christian & begins at 10:15: at the church located be taken up at all Christian about him and they were full
11 o.m. in the new church build- Missionary Alliance church at on Magnolia Ave. In Indian Science churches on Sunday of eyes within: and they rest not
and night, saying, Holy,
M located on Highway BO 8:45: a.m. Sunday. Mr Coleman River City The church Is The Golden Text Is from Isaiah day
.cross from India. River will lead the singing The nursery conditioned and a nursery Is 9: "Unto us a child Is born, holy, holy Lord God Almighty
which was, and is, and is to
ilcigbti will be open during all the provided for small children dun unto us a son Is given: and the. "
The pastor Rev Robert Waddell meetings of the church "Posses ing the church service government shall be upon his come

. will bring the menage sing the Promised! Land" will be Sunday School Is held at 8:00: shoulder Sunday school, junior and
The Church and The Communist the lesson topic for the Adult with classes for all ages Including adult Bible classes will meet at

. Conspiracy." Scripturewill Bible class which will be taught adults A nursery for child Readings will Include these 9:15: a.m. Pastor Claus teaches ,...
be read from one of Paul's by the pastor. ren under 3 years of ago( Is conducted lines from "Science and Health the Adult Bible Class 1IIk&.1 JaiiBe t _
'letters. Christian Cadets and Senior during Sunday School with Key to the Scriptures" by A Is provided during PLAN ANNUAL CARNIVAL Members B. O'Hare pastor; Bob Feeney, booth

The nursery will be availablefor AYF and Worker's Council! will The Junior Lutheran Choir will Mary Baker Eddy: "Jesus estabtished > the second nursery worship service at of the executive committee for St chairman; Joe Rothenburg, grand prize

infants and imaU children\ meet at I:30 p.m."FlllelnaUn. rehearse on Tuesday at 1:30.: The what be said by demonstration 10:30: a.m. Mrs Muriel Schwartzand Teresa's annual Carnival met Friday nightat chairman and Ed McGee, executive board
:Sunday School for all ages will and Useful Com Adult Choir rehearsal will beheld thus making his acts her daughter, Kristine in the office of Ken Morton to discuss member. Standing are Don Wilfert, exe-
be conducted from 8:45 a.m. to mas" will\ be the sermon tople! on Tuesday at T:30.: On of higher Importance than his charge.On plans for the big event coming up Nov. cutive board member. Standing are Don

,,10:35: a.m.Mcthodist. during the evening evangelistic\ Tuesday morning the Executive words. He proved what he 5 6, 7 and 8 on the church grounds. Seated Wilfert, executive advisor- Ken Moran
Youth Fellowship service. Board of the Trinity Lutheran taught This Is the Science of Tuesday evening at 7:30: around the table from left are, Mrs. James execut've board 'member; 'Pete Broome

will meet at 8 p.m. at the Midweek Bible study and Church Women will meet at 10:00: Christianity" (p. 473)). the tape recorded lecture, "Com Vevera, president of the Catholic Womans executive board member; Joe Ryal, games

church) for its program and re prayer conference'Wedesdaj ''r:3O': at the church. First Church of Christ, Scientist munlstlc Conspiracy" will be Club; Mrs. William Gardner, CWC vice chairman and Emil Hanks, grounds chair.

'creation Youth of the community pmThe The "M and M's" will meet Titusville, holds Sunday heard This lecture was pre president; Dan Denig, treasurer; Fr. John man.-Carlson Photo.)
: from seventh grade in school Alliance men will meet Thursday at 1:30: at the church. services at 11 a.m. and( Wednesday settled at Good Shepherd by

through age 21 are Invited to Thursday 7:30: p.m. This meeting will be a cookout testimony meetings st 8 Rev. Dr. August Drustat, pastorof MethodistMorning FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
participate in the youth pro People of this community are for the families followed by a p.m. at 109 Baldwin Shopping Trinity Lutheran Church
'ffram cordially Invited and welcome to motioa picture Center Sunday School for child- Scarsdale New York two worship will be heldat 1027 Park Ave. Titusville

t Adult Bible Claw under the the services of this church which ren up to the age of 20 convenes weeks ago, and will be heard 9:45: and 11:00: a.m. ot First Sunday School 9:45 A.M. .' Worship Hour 1 II 1 A.M.

,,Jirection of William Johnson, is Interdenominational la nature Episcopal I at 11 a.m. In the Chamber of again Tuesday at the request of Methodist Church Sunday with I Youth Fellowship, 6 P.M.. Evangelistic Hour.

Sunday School Superintendent, preaching the fuD Gospel of Commerce building All are wel many people who were unable Rev. E. W. Norman bringing the 7 P.M. Wed. midweek service 7 P.M.
wUI meet in the chapel at 7:43: Christ Rev. Roy Forward pas The schedule for St Gabriel's come. to attend the first lecture. The message "Well Live In It THOMAS REAM MINISTER

: Episcopal Church, as annoim- public is cordially Invited. Then." Scriptural! Christ Centered Everyone Welcome
torJehovah's
.nmBoy Scout Troop 370 will ed by Father Ferguson, ls a fol.
Nave Its regular meeting Mon.stay Witnesses lows: Bellwood BaptistBellwood The Board of Directors will Church School under the sup Infanta ft: Toddlers Nursery

: 7:30 p.m., in the fellowship The program to be held at the On Saturday August 29, at Baptist Church servIces 7:30 meet at the church Thursday, ervision of Sid Carraway will
:h>ll. The Girl Scout Troop will Kingdom hail 1422 Norwood 1:30: a.m. the Episcopal Church are announced as followsby : p.m.Saturday begin promptly at 9:45: a.m. 1 I

resume its meetings within the Ave, U announced by L. D. womea will meet In the Church the pastor, Bro. Herbert slatting at 8:00: a.m., Youth recreation will begin at
'rtcxt few weeksVisitation Shawver local presiding minister for Holy Communion with Board Walters, members and friends of the 5:30 Sunday with the start of PUBLICIZE YOUR
as follows: Meeting to follow Sunday School, 8:45: am.; church are asked to help with Youth Activities Week which
Evangelism pro Sunday at 3:00: p.m. a Public! On Sunday Morning Prayerwill Morning worship, 11. construction of the educational will be held through Friday SERVICES OR
will continue Wednesdayand
gram Bible lecture will be given by a be said at Tl5: a.m.; Holy building Ladies of the congregation
Sept. 4. Rev. Al Brock of the
Thursday 7 p.m..t the This chapel is a mission of
Communion
will he celebrated
representative of the Watchtower at will nerve lunch Mrs
church. is needed for visitation Ind Lakewood Methodist Church of SPECIAL EVENTSON
Help Central Church of
7:30: a.m. Family Eucharist will Baptist
Society C. Swanson, whose sub ; Myrna Baumbach president of -
Jacksonville will be guest speaker
: would
and who Ian River
anyone will be "The Divine be celebrated at 10:00: a.m. and City
Guideto
ject : the LWML, U In charge of A of
each evening.
like to the church in this program THIS PAGE
serve Sunday School for first
Successful grade and
A Marriage Following arrangements for the lunch!
way Is invited to meet with! the below meditation, supper, singing, worship
God'
the lecture at 4:15: p.m. 1st Assembly Of service, discussion groups,
.rroup on Wednesday and the weekly Bible study will bo On Tuesday September 1, at I circles You'll be pleated with the response you get from reaching
recreation and friendship
Thursdays or to call Perry Cain conducted on fie "Loyalty to 10:00 a.m. The St Brlgit Chapterwill Services for First Assembly of St. Teresa's Catholic the people of North Brevard County through those Star.Advocate
will be observed each evening.
chairman, to receive instructionsfor meet at the home of Mrs God 1212 West Main St., are an-j
Jehovah's Organization. (Hours of worship at St. Tcr Theme for the week Is "Christ church p..... A paid advertisement the site of this announcementwill
other times
Every Tuesday at 1:00: p.m Tolbert Daniels at 1:00: p.m.; nounced'' as follows by' Pastor1 esa's Catholic Church are announced Above All"Evening I cost you only $5.00 per Issue. Call 247331 for the servicesof !
Adult Choir will have its rehearsal the W J. Cox
another Bible study Is held on, Mary Martha Chapter will : as follows by Rev one of our advertising men
' Wednesday 7:30 p.m., "Babylon The Great Has FallenGod's meet at the home of Mrs Sadie worship will be held I
School Father John B. O'Hare
Sunday: Sunday 9:4: pastor:
.In the
chapel. Those who would Rules" Cobb ot 6:30: Sunday
Kingdom a.m.; Morning worship, 10:451: ; Sunday Masses: 7:00.: 8:30:
like to sing with the choir
; are
at 7 30 the '
Invited to attend Explorer Thursday : p m On Wednesday, September 2, Evening worship, 7:30: p.m. 10:00: and 11:S3 a,m.
Theocratic ministry school In
:Scouts: will meet Wednesday at 7:15: a.m. Morning Prayer Christ Ambassadors meet atj< Weekly Masses: Monday
held following at 8:30: .m. by
'7:30: p.m., in the Sunday School the weekly Service Meeting p followed by Holy Communion 7:30: p.m. Tuesday and Bublo! through Friday, 8.00 a.m., Sat
:wing of the building On Thursday, September 3, at study Is conducted by the pastor* urday 8:00: a.m.Confessions .

First Church Of GodThe 9:30 i.m. Holy Communion will on Thursday night at 7:30, presently Saturdays 4::00'
be celebrated on the Book of Revelations] 5:00: and 7:00.8:00: : p.m.
First Baptist ChurchFirst I I _. .
services of the First --T'------
Church of God will begin with (*" :
.
Baptist Church offers
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three Sunday School classes at 10
worship services every
."
>
Sunday! The early aervlce begins o'clock this Sunday morning .", 7 +krd'p 1 # ': ? nn s
a
will be classes for all\
There e
at 8:30: a.m. with special music
and a message by the Pastor ages.
W. S. lIardin. The morning worship service
will follow at 10:45: o'clock with What's PAY RENT ?
Sunday School: begins at 1:45: WHY
the pastor. Rev Ronald Holder
'
a.m. with graded nurseries, t
classes and departments for all bringing the morning message thi
There will be a Youth Fellowship
and pgei extension Cradle for Roll Invalids for Infanta, shut- meeting at 8:30 p.m. In the *, &, m t pitch IF YOUR RENT IS COSTING YOU $50

Sunday Los and people who must work on home Street of the pastor, 3374 Elder s j I onMethyl TO $75 OR MORE PER MONTH LET US

Regular morning worship at The midweek prayer service o- ? SHOW YOU HOW MUCH 'HOME WE
t:30 Wed.
hold
will be at : p.m., '
11:00 o'clock. Special music and
nesday evening In the home of THE SAME MONEY I
a message by the Pastor. on CAN BUILD FOR
.
Stone 12
"Our Imperative Need". Mr. and Mrs Floyd h

Training Unions meet at 1:15: Fern Avenue. t r
t.m. for all age groups The services are presently be. "' ., NO MONEY DOWN !
y
Evening worship at 7:30: ing conducted 1 In the old Indian s t Gel i
Office building
River City Post
o'clock. Special music and a
message by the Pastor on "The This is at the corner of Magnolia i' V IF WE BUILD ON YOUR LOTHow

Breath. Of God". and Coquina. a ,

Midweek Prayer Service. Wed. with This the congregation Church of is God affiliated whose f J i.4) much rent are you paying each month? / r Free:
nesday at 7:30:
p.m. In Ander $50 $63 $75 or more? Whatever rent you ,
offices art ,
Youth and Adult rehearsal general
a home for someone f
pay you are buying 32 P
Thursday at 7:30: p.m. son, Indiana. else-not for yourself and family I At the rend age

of 12 years you will have a nice bunch Catalogof
of rent receipts but no house. '
Ideas you may have of the cost of a
,
TUXEDO FEEDARMOUR WHAT $2.00 A DAY CAN BUYI suitable home for yourself and family we Invite

It teems hard to believe, but easy to prove, that you to write for our latest catalog which Illus
FERTILIZER only $50 a month, which Is less than $2.00 a hates our 21 model homes, shows floor plans,
dayamounlsto$7,200ln12years.$60amonth and gives detail of conduction. There Is no

for j 12 years amounts to $3,640.$70 a month for charge or obligation for this booklet., You owe
RIDING EQUIPMENT AND 12 years amounts to $10,080.And so on.;Also,a It to yourself and family to find out how much

part of your monthly payments are tax deductible home you can get for the money you are now
:1 SADDLERY So. .. no matter how little you are paying paying for rent We have built over 100,000per
month for rent, multiply that by 12 months homes throughout the country and they are our
and then multiply It by 12 years and the total best advertisements. Just mail the coupon or
Is how much money you will pay a landlord call at any one of the Jim Walter branches

f EEp b.,, or pay for a home of your own I You will be shown every courtesy..

-A .:

9 HOW MONEY GROWS IN 12 YEARS

Our Courteous It's an Important gasoline discovery! Methyl $ 50 per month amounts to $ 7,200.00

Write OrPhone Sale! Representative steps up octane performance so effectively that it stops powerwastingknock $ 60 per month amounts to $ 8,640.00

Will better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreads $ 70 per month amounts to $10,080.00

more evenly throughout all cylinders of your \Iine. stands up under $ 80 per month amounts to $11,520.00

4282111 hT Call On Your extreme umperatures. And it's in Standard gasoline (Crowrt and $ 90 per month amounts to $12,960.00

Pia Crown Extra) at no increase in $100 per month amounts to $14,400.00

price! Another important way that
5TA N DA R D
we take better care of Four car -- - -

We Offer A Complete and Courteous Delivery i Mtttiyl t Indtmirk antiknock compound OIL t 'lm.W91Ie JIM WAITER CORPORATION "TrI
I am Inloroitod In owning new horn, fltan send .me. a
< free catalog of homes .
Service Throughout the Titusville (t".... ,rliiq) I
office OMN 7 DAY A WIN
wnMN. spec M Noun A DAY. I Nome .
Area. ORLANDO, FLORIDA Addax I
4S40 W. ColonUI 1 City !:o.t-
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P. O. Box 5344 Telephone (fee' r-okl""V) I I IMr
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August 21, "64 Tltwville (Plerlds' ) It...Achoca" Fags 3-C Week Of Activities For Youth Will Begin Sun day At First Methodist Church r ,


Awpk actuitu, tor youth the: church Mr .no diStd part of the progrsi: I 11 i Jur high age have registeredfor

will begin Sunday evening at Carrawav. Floyd Blum Mrs. Young people will i a\( the activlei Others arc .

first Methodist Church\ Titus John Patterson Mrs Doug charge at the worship services Invited to call the church officeor I
Church News Of The Week ytlle....Fhe Rev. AI Brock, pastorpf Barn lIrt. Mrs. Dirk Cluridge each livening Already over CO to come Sunday evening before -
q ; taken'
nod Methodist Church Bill Sanduskj. Ken Martin, young people of junior high and 5:30 to register
I :Jlckson'lllt'Viii speak each Mn Dave Porter. Dr. James
evening at 6:30( p.m. Mr. Brock Milliard, Mr. and Mrs. John

Is known by young people of Flake, Tommy Smith, Bill Williams TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH ,
For North Brevard
Titusville and County Florida for his effective work asa Mrs. David Covington i

Deadline For Church Newt on These gaga S P. M. Wednesday speaker it the Methodist and Di. Paul llaney, (An American Lutheran Church)

Youth Camp In Leesburg.
Recreation and singing also 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE
The program will begin each
-- will be I part of each evening INDIAN RIVER CITY
evening at 5:TO with a few

10'-;r: MEDITATION First Presbyterian"Eyes (Closing Bible School Program minutes of ,guided meditation in piogram Junior high Counselors SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . . .1:00.a. j

ilia Werldj That See" will be the the sanctuary followed by supper Mr. and Mrs Stanley CHURCH SERVICES . . lOllS s m.
lysyo .. topic of the sermon by the Rev in Hennessey Hall. Towne and Mr. and Mrs. Cary ':

Charles W Bates, pastor, at the Held AI C and M Alliance ChurchThe The theme for the week H Lennnrd and senior high counselor We Extend A Cordial Welcome To Yon!

10:IS am worship service Sun "Christ Above All." The Dr and Mrs. James Clark
CLAUD I. T1JAN. PatterTheBasic
day There Is a church-bout closing program of the boys managed to finish their sages will be followed by mt"'j and Jim Patton aided by John

nursery for children to age six' Eight Nights of Vacation Bible handicraft. The adults had CUll ion group led by Day will have charge of this

Sunday School ,with classes! for School of the Christian and Missionary studied the book Basic Truthsfor
all, convenes at 9 o'clock.On Alliance Church was New Converts" and they

Sunday, September 13th held last Wednesday evening also recited Scripture. .. ,., I
All departments acknowledged "t'1'II' NY .< ,, ,
the winter schedule of Paik Braden welcomed the 1"r.1I'! .
Sunday should learn to .. :" ; t<> ;1' ,
services will resume. There will visitors and the program began that: they ,011, ''''f'lil''j' t' t.M Jl1" ,.....;
.se 'uRead then be Identical worship services with prayer and aalutes to the make their time count for ...<.,. .. .! ". 'A ". <

at 8:30 and 11 a.m., with Flag of the United States; to Christ and that now is the time I -- : ,,," .J' i.

Luke J4t 27-3) Sunday School at 9:45.: Junior.Hi the Christian Flag and the Holy to serve the Lord.Refreshments botir "'\. J <' 't,,,,
and Senior-Hi Youth Groups will Bible. The assembly sang the were served to \'" '
Whosoever doth not bear his meet at 7.Persons. theme song "Making Time all by Mrs. Margue Smith :,, !

cross, and come after me, can Count for Christ," also the: .. d..3 '

not be my disciple (Luke 14:27): ) desiring to be received hymn "Open Mine Eyes". jJJlu.e : >i'i'y ,f ,I

One fine summer day I was Into membership on October 4th, The three old children Can ReplaceLost I ) ; ,,
bathing in one of the lovely are urged to communicate with year
lit" I .
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under the direction of Mn I 3. < 1t I!
bays in the Channel Islands the pastor at their earliest convenience PapersEvery I
Coleman recited some
Mary
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Lying on my back and enjoyingthe verses and received certificates T'S that time again...the time that challenge anew "army of vlgorou !. a .u J 4i.
cool of the water and the member of the Armed .
Most of these little ones American youth to the talk of preparation,in bik5eduratton. that will
warmth of the: sun, I did not Services of the United States, 1' t
had perfect attendance. They equip them with know.how for their tomorrows. Her*.young minds .\, ; j
notice that I was drifting out to Seminar On upon discharge or separationfrom .
sea When I did look around, were then led to their own room the Service, Is given a Discharge trash from their bowl of whratiM., as..mbl. for classroom and d'R e}"fAf\. <" "
to continue an activity period ( '
I quickly turned over and swamin Certificate and a Record :', playground training Dear Teacher, itfporuibiHtjr; heavy en ,
led Mrs.
sheer panic as hard as I Catholic Faith Edna The Allen Beginners and, Linda by Hayes, of Service. commonly known asa ',: your .hould l'l. Don't forget that along.with reading and ; M !8 t., tI'
could As I lay gasping for DD 2l4. There are several ,
recited and airthmetic letions in how to live God lot<
sang a lovely new song; writing way u
breath on the shore, I realized types of discharges depending
Scripture and took part In a upon the character of the Individual I I' are needed. Teachers and students alike have Ood e'" ; j,.r 4 'f.I
vividly the danger of drifting. Held This WeekA ,
ft 't t '
flannelgraph story, telling of service. \ to honor and your country to save right then in your ,e N ,
This is not true of bath the time of Creation. ei"'
only Veterans very often lose the claisrooms. Always remember, *A word Mf .'
1\
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ing but of life Itself. It is possi- The joint Primary groups under 4
Seminar In Catholic religious Discharge Certificates and/or .
tide of the leadership of Evelyn spoken Is Me pp/ra ot told In pictures ot titvtf. f.(
ble to drift on the other:
education is under
at Records of Service and do not '
way Alice .. Proverbs 25.11. Blending of the academic with
people's convictions, but haveno Ashbaugh, Joan Smith .ie _
the Holiday Inn, Cocoa Beach know how or where to apply for '
firmly held ones of our own The Confraternity of Christian Forward and Marie Marcum, copies Col. W H Boshoff Veterans the spiritual lessons of Jews, the greatest teacher,.
all our ideas and attitudes being sang three new songs, recited : constitution tom'
Doctrine of Our Saviour's Service Officer for Bre offer a moral and spiritual possessing
secondhand. When life's Church, Cocoa Beach Is host to Scripture, and portrayed shadow vard County, says that In case of r; t all the qualities beck In life
tcFtmgs come in sickness sorrows the pictures of each of their loss the
200 lay representatives from logical thing to do Is ;
temptation, or just in ac the eight Catholic parishes of Bible Stories. Their handiwork consult the Veterans Service !

cepting the easygoing standardsof Brevard County was hour glasses. Officer, who will assist veteransto
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comfort-loving raw. w.
a society, we
obtain replacement documents -
The Joint Junior group, led by
The of the seminar
purpose ,
succumb.
which is being conducted by Sr Pat Taylor, Gertie Farley Hub either from Washington ] n
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D C. or from The Records Cen
Jesus calls us not to drift but Mary Theressa and Sr Mary ert Smith and Jim Taylor, t
ter In St. Louis, Mo. ;
to decide! When we definitely Nadine of the Congregation of showed objects they had mad

take Him (j our Master and Mission Helpers of the Sacred portraying the different ways Regardless of rank, enlistedor

walk In His way, nothing can Heart, Baltimore, Maryland is man has had to tell time. Their commissioned any veteran by

shake us; we become people of to instruct lay workers in the handiwork was Sun Dials. going to the correct Record Center .

convictions and not of opinions latest methods of Imparting religious Most of the teenagers had I can get a copy of his lost

PRAYER: 0 God save us education both to adults been away at Camp, but some papers

from the of amt to children. The
danger drifting Congre ___..__ .__. u_.___
Give us grace to choose Christas gallon of Mission Helpers was -T I .elnww...
our Savior and Lord. Helpus founded in 1890 for this purpose \. I
this day to renew cur vow and has continued to hold a fore : ,', 'r'"'I, ,.*"," ,-.;.i r- f 1ff4; I

of loyalty that we may serve most place in this field. They rT-- a .t
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Thee faithfully. We ask it in now have 30 permanent centers .

the name of our Master. for Catholic lay workers in the '," \

. Amen United States, Puerto Rico, and "<. 4 .,,.' ,\\
Thought For The Day Venezuela. Many summer seminars ; t E L t
Christ calls us to be decidersand such as the one now being ; : t :e1
,
not drifters conducted at the Holiday Inn \ ;

Cocoa Beach are also sponsored
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Church Of God Mims by this Order. \ 1
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Together with the host church, t : _
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Services of Church of God, the parish represented are: StTeresas t'.. r.' -1 ', ', tp'1
Minis are announced as followsby Titusville, Fr. J. B. 'f

Rev. Kyle H Bryan pastor: 0'Hare, pastor; St Mary's Rock.

Sunday: Sunday School 10 ledge, Fr. P. O O'Carroll, DI.

a.m.; Morning worship, 11; Ev vine Mercy; Merritt Island, FrS .

angelisttc service, 7:30: p.m. Malloy, Ascension, Eau Gallie, r

Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Youth Fr M. Powers Holy Name, Can- %

Service ova Beach, Fr. M Powers; Our j ; i ., prw.+nwu..4We

Lady of Lourdes, Melbourne, Fr

P. Dolan; St. Joseph's, Palm ti t ofM
Bay, Fr. J. Lowe

Attend Included in the seminar will I Ir This Church Feature 'is:sponsored;'and supported by:

be a discussion of methods of sr

Services Imparting religious education in Indian River Machine Shop Boyd's Gulf Service
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Sunday religious classes to Catholic > I .'
children who attend public .. I Indian River City,. Florida, '; ( \; I a 1If! ; ,1 J\t!\ ''i .I.;; ;; I i XtovrptoijnBrevard ; 'r u.vm ';

This elementary and high schools '
Special attention will be givento 6 1 Sir), Mims Citrus Growers Association Lumber Company

the use of classroom helpersand Mims, Florida
Weekat home visitors Parents of
W. E.
school children will be Kennedy
pre- age
given assistance In presenting Mr and Mrs. p, W. Roberts, Jr. .' Dadcock Furnltu ), Titusvilla
RAINBOW GIRLS PULL t
WEEDS Slave labor weekIn n
religious knowledge to this age Mims, Florida \ "I''
Titusville found '
Rainbow Girls doing kinds of
Your Own group odd jobs, from pulling weeds to washing many windows and I'. 'I' , C. W. Danenburg

cars. The girls worked to raise funds for a trip to Grand Bryan-Conway & Winstead, Inc. :.' : 'I 1 Danenburg Realty

Placeof Former Resident Assembly next year in Jacksonville. Working on a weed. Downtown Titusville j 1 i 11514 S Washington Titusville

pulling project are, from left, Paula Stamp Barbara Ziegler -

Dies In OrlandoMrs Worthy Advisor, and Sharon Gault/-Carlson Photo.) BelkLhdseyTitiwillo Master Cleaners
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8. Hopkins at Titusville City LimitsFransen's
II
Worship Janette Y. Huntley, 79, WELCOME--
SOS S. Hampton St. Orlando( p.r
passed away Sunday at Orlando.She Moos Ray Nelson Insurance Agent ;; Drive In Restaurantand

was the widow of the late First Baptist Dig Apple Plaza ; Employees, South Washington

s. Dr. Jim Huntley, who practiced Titusville
dentistry here for a number of Mutt '
Welcome Yvon Burger King
before moving to Orlando Church
years
North U. S. I, Titusville Edwards Realty

I Mrs. Huntley leaves two daughters rrMntMILLI Joe and Mary Edwards

and four grand-children. Of Mims 1 ,MILLI "aeNt- Duff Electric -TitusvilleMr. Baldwin Shopping Center

and Mrs, II Guy Duff

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH"In SUNDAY SCHOOL) A. M. ar ao d5:45 Brevard Mutual Ins. Agency, Inc.

Canaveral Rambler Downtown Tituav leThe
MORNING WORSHIP rS
The Heart Of The Community"Mala 11:00: A. M. LNEARSAL \ Phone AM 7.1348Materials

& Hopkins Tltusvllle. Florida YOUTH CHOIR U. Q. r.ar i Employees of
1:30 P. M. e __
e Rinker Corp. Suburban PropaneFirst
W. S. Hardla Pastor TRAINING UNION f
8:15: P. M. I West Orange, Ph. AM 7. 900Duffy's

SERVICES EVENING WORSHIP I. u L Federal Savings & Loan Association
7:30: P. M. a_
yaeta
Sunday Worship . .. . . . 8:30 & 11:00 AM WID. NIGHT PRAYER Downtown Titusville
Sunday School . . . . . . 1:45 AM. SERVICE 7:. P. M. I oie'a .. Mimi, Florida

Training Union . . . . . 811S A-M. "The End Of Your I e'lla5t W d'. Baird's Mobile HomeRte.

. . . . 7:30 P.M.
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Sunday Evening Worship Search For A Friendly i el 3 4 I Town Motel 1 Box 331 Cocoa Florida
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Mid-Wesk Service. Wednesday . . . 7:30 P.M. ChW'th" EI d.. r Downtown Titusville

Oldest Baptist Church In Area Established In e t Luke Cain

with Southern Baptist Convention AIr CendlfioNd Per n.Utt [< j Threlkeld's Standard Service
1839 Affiliated i Your C.mfortl I '; State Farm Insurance Companies
Th/e Churches We a1r.... I ."
Conditioned Mother of Downtown Titusville, AM 7-9927 214 Palm, TitusvilleFrld.y

Cordially Invite You to Attend Ow Service _... leseph,, I. Ieetwrlgki Only 5 Minutes Frees \
Dewetewe Tituavlllei
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"a.s -C ntuwlIU (PlerWa) Star. Atocito Friday, August, 19641


have her own phone nor will Dear Annamarle: Before you '

she be able to use :your phone. accepted the date :you consultedan I come in for the first time; you're welcomeYou I

And tell her in terms that will excellent authority your

Ann Landers (leave no room for speculation.Dear clergyman. lie gave what -

t : I feel was superb, and you I hope may be bashful about going Into a new talk about a possible loan, or are just looking I,-

: Ann Landers: My bus- you will\ continue to follow it. bank for the first time. Well, we are a compara round. We'll be in the same boat with you -

A Real Nut .. bund passed away six months if the girls have any further tively small bank and we are not old enough to we are looking around for new friends too.

ago. He was a fine man, 14 criticism, direct them to him
: have grown grumpy or hard-hearted, and we are Most of our customers come naturally, from
years my senior and treated mevery
looking for new customers so we'll be honestly neighborhoods close to the Indian River Plaza
well. He had three dough ,
Dear Ann Landers: I am go Dear Ann Landers: We gave Ann Landers will bo glad to

ing with a nut. List!,night when our daughter a telephone of her ters by a previous marriage. help you with glad to see you. Shopping Center up Route 1 or in from Route

he arrived to takA m. to a own for her 16th birthday It (He was a widower). Send them to her your in care problem of this 50. But many come south from the southern partof

party he had a bl1l.lI1) patch over was what Linda wanted most Before I married Jerold I newspaper enclosing a stamped, It makes no difference whether you want to Titusville, and some come from fairly far north,
a perfectly good eye. At first I 'tin all the world. She begged had a good position in a bank. I
self-addressed envelope. leave some for want to 'cause the shopping and parking are so easy here.
was frightened. I thought something for it for two years. To be honest returned to work several weeks money safe-keeping cr

terrible might have hap: I was happy to see her get after Jerold died just to keep

pened to him. I should hare :her: own telephone because our occupied. ENVELOPES Business Sizes -

known better H. is I always doing line was constantly tied up by A for mailing. Full stock at Star- INDIAN RIVER PLAZA
man who Is an officer of brevard national bank
crazy things Hke that red'her calla This 1 II what happen* the bank Is I a long-time friend. Advocate.HURRICANE. 1 1 I I STATE ROAD 50
formal he
If the party is : His wife
passed two
away years
wears a dinner jacket and The other evening my husband I
He invited
ago. me to have I E I'I
tennis ihoes. Or instead of -a and I were out. He was dinner with him and see a --

formal shirt, he'll wear a turtleneck expecting an important business
play. I didn't know
lilt wouldbe SUPPLIES
sweater or an ascot. call and tried to telephone hometo I I HOW MUCH HOW MUCH WILL HOUSE< & THISISNTARAP :u(.v#.:
proper so asked my clergy W1LLV3U FOR A PRICE TO PAY
Last he a half a learn if the call! had WESTERN AUTO
:year grew come '
man. He said "Yes go", so I Downtown CHIP, I'P LIKE M3UTO GIVE MB _-- I TO 1 LIVE IN,ALL! )'OUR FOR 6ETTINO
mustache. I refused to kiss him he 30 Store ?
through.: Well tried for did. CUT BRASS I iTO
FOR ITT CLOTHES:! AU.VOUKNO OUT OF LISTENING
till he shaved it off. (It toik minutes to get our line without TODA/ A BIt3SPEECH

three weeks before he gave in.) success. He finally got so mad This morning two of my step. : /, /

Last week he tried to pay a he got Into the car and drove daughters telephoned me to say JIM'S TV OKAY

-, bar bill with Chinese money. home. There he found Linda I had disgraced the memory of Professional JL Guarantied '' r r r OKA1 /

He got into an argument with lying on our bed yscking on their father by going with a ServiceED J

the bartender and I was embar 'our telephone. man "before he was cold in his RAJNISH, 27.2551 ,

raised to tears. Wt were asked Us asked her why she was grave." US 50, IRC I Block W. ofI. a eY wj1
,
I. R. Plata ry l ,rh 1 1r
to leave.
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not using her own phone. She I am sick about this. Do en reGU
... you
Believe it aot., be hat many ----
or -
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"I --
replied, am expecting Bill feel I should
stay home for a full O
tine qualities and considered. to call and I wanted to leave HOWARD S
JOHNSON'SSHIPWRECK '
year as the girls said I wantto ... ,'. .'1vS'jl(i' 4
a good catch. I'd like to, marry my line free. What do we do go out with this BAR BzaHl
man again,
him but frankly I'm afraid. '
to
NOW
STONEWALLDear
but not at the .
of creating enC
expense
; What do say? SHAKEY( Your Favorite
:you Drinks.
Stonewell: Now you tell trouble In the family. Your A44YBE TFWTd9 IT'S' HOW CAN VOU TELL rr

SHIELA Linda that If she pulls luch a views are welcome ANNA. Entertainment tt Music. DOr WILL 1bU GET DIT1U'3' BIKE POT'S HIS FROM HERS?

r Dear Shakey: If these small- stunt again she will no longer MARIE U S. Highway 1, South ItX k7UR BIKE OUT OR e

boy antics embarrass :you now. _.__ .1 THE DRIVEWAY

!.. I can promise you that after .

; marriage then will drive: ;yen CHAIN LINK

... out of your Ini!>?d.

A guy whe'''it as fiakey as rr

.. this ore sounds would probably FENCE SALE

sign the marriage certificate y. f !

with invisible ink then where 5 ;lslt

I would you be, Toots? to School



rH THB CIRCUIT COURT Of 5 9cHack S.U All Day u

THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' 4
IN AND FOIL UKBVABD COUNT
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CHANCKHT FLORIDA./ NO. 2874NOTICK .! Posts,

TO Ua."IIiO. m rcinrs CIOICE Extra I WANTIn NOWNOWGIRISONTARGUEttJU- 2 DON T OWN THB WORLD'S
BAM I>. LKlifORD, Plaintiff, WE USE UNITED STATES COME ON, GIRLS, GO FIRSTj ?-- I lARG2STY/ifJf7fORNOTHIN6f!

ve. Plant s*ast-te-eoaat "tht MADE WIRE HEAVILY LET GO CAN AJ.LCO FIRST! j1 j
NORMA C. LBDrORO. *.$.'. choice" In Iniur.aMt NO WATER SK1IN3
Defendant U Jesus Casualty COATED AFTER WEAVING. ; WW41L. 11
TO NORMA C LED FOJID "g aH iM with the P.S.- DOWNPAYMENT

.; Hendereon, North Carolina P......geryice.." Backed 3.25
You mn burr by notified that a b* able agency and illJRtM Costing BEFORE D
complaint/ fur dlvorc. has been filed Casualty aftntt waiving' cause 36 MONTHS Du.t
egalnet you and you ash requiredlo thre.(.tia.t the country J1
file your aaewer le.dlnfwith .P..." .. palvinlilng to 1WOwi r
: : siiurane
the Clerk l of the Circuit l Court: your TO PAY! )0X '
and
of rust eventually
for Bravard County, at Tltuivllle awmptttnt, pereonalWlp -
: Florida, and" lo y thor.nf"Vpu ) before and alter loan break .
T"'MB';; : ?
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: P. O. Direct Factory' ft. i
Box 453 Cocoa Florida. Attorney. Such ss may be
for the i'lalntltt: before Bopt- often the cue To YouStrings Q ,u acuwr :;4 WOlWANT1t
:
ember 14, 1904. e.rrf to do to. Z lO GO FIRST!
KEEL -1'4A
a decree pro oonfowo, will be enteraaaln.l with Belgian'
you for the rrllut demanded made wire -
In the complaint. INSURANCEAGENCY AlsoSummor ia.I
f.ncl", Silo Prices oaa Ju9T LOOKAT rrr[ NOW,WHAT IN THS
and'the
WITNESS hand of-
Metal peal of my the Court, tble Ulh INC. Q on Redwood or Cyprotl < HEY THE SIZE OF HER! IfJ-V* WORLD r3 WRONG

'day of Augu.t, 1184.! ABERNATWLOOK akt I I WITH LACY VERONICA ]
Curtlt K. BaronClara
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Ml Magnolia Avenue ? AT
of the Circuit Court HERCULES FENCE CO. THE SIZE .
1 Byi V. M. 8pan.ler I. R. C. .147.7121r ii)
Deputy: Clink > OFTHAT I rs
(COURT UBAI.) 1 BLIMP
ROBERT aoUBBT For Free Estimates Call
P. U. Box 453 ''I t Local Representative, John Phillips Tltusvlllo 26743 GOING BY!
Cocoa, FloridaAttorney I I .IWWEWry ) SoBUe 'o 55.
for Plaintiff I ) tJ
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