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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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j 84th Year No. 54 5c Per Copy Titusville, Florida, Monday. May 4 1964 -
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.""iI''! 48 Precincts "

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Length 'ryd\.. :w Set For PartyPrimaries





: i Confusing To Many Voters Fifty candidates, Tues 43 of them I i .'

l>,'mm'rots, seven Republicans, : ,
will be eking their party : :
nomination for 11 state, national

How much do people know morning were under the Imprei- For those who do not know, the and county offices In tomorrow

what /going on In politics? How stun the newly-elected governor governor of Florida to be elected primaries
llrpvarcl County li expected to
many people know Just how long would be elected to a normal In November after the Republican r
turn
out
and Democratic some 30,uou voters who
the to be elected this tour year term. prt '
governor wMw4x4 will trek to the 40
merles In 8 voting pro.rinds
May and the run oil ....
year, will serve? North Brevard residents seem primaries shortly after will In the county to help lelect

The Star.Advocate took a politically knowledgable as the serve a two year term at the end! : '" their party nominees ,
fever pitch of hits election draws of which he will be eligible for re ... '" < Of dish'Ict-wine Interest on the \{2
street poll this morning to de :
near Of the 10 residents questioned election to a four.year tc'rm. I '"' national t scene, are the I races for
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termlne how many people act. this morning four answered .. a', "'::.1r-' *, ..=;:' < U S. Senate and U S. House of I
ually knew the governor would four years and an equal number The amendment changing the I ., ""' ,. lrtum.Yxn. -r 4nr ee' ,. Representatives Senator Spfs- ;

serve only two years in his first correctly answered two years to regular terms and election yearsof a, a a 1 -11.1 i" _vU I"' .. _. ,II sard Hollsnd, U being opposedby I
5 1
term, but who would be eligible: the question "how long will the the governor office was votedon L ,- '' '' ,. .. ', Bradley Oilham In the Demo

for reelection for i four.year governor serve'. at the past November general .. rrallc primary while Thomas s.
............ of I'
term. Two house wives, one from the election. The purpose of the rwr Kenney Conn Heath face
Most of the 10 people asked this Mimi area and one from the Indian amendment was to take stale out OFF WE GO" Four Republic F-105 Thunderehlefs of and Captain Jerry M Shoikliy, slot The Thunderbirds James E. King of Merrill Mini
River City area answered of normal election years when the United States Air Force Thundei birds famed diamond will appear at Patrick Air Force Base on May 5th during for the Demo nomination to face

School Board Holds lour 3 ears presidential primaries are held formation roar off a runway to make the start of the visit of members of the Joint Civilian Orientation unopposed Congressman Ed

A camera shop a real and put In 'off election years an aerial demonstration Piloting the 'Chiefs are Major Conference The demonstration, which la open to the Gurney
owner
Itaydnn Burns,
Special Meeting estate salesman an office manager which the legislature hoped would Paul A. Kauttu flight leader; Captain Eugene J. Devlin, public will take place over the Banana River, east of Pat Robert King High Fred, Fred Dickinson

Tomorrow Morning and a barber, all correctly place races more emphasis on state left wing; Captain William G. Higginbotham, right wing; rick, with show time sit for 1:40: p.ni.-(USAF Photo). Suitt Kelly' and Jack Mattlicwi Karl

answered two yeara seek the Demo nomination for
hold Brtvard School Board will One secretary answered six Good or bad, there will be a big Where Will You Vote In Tomorrow's Primaries? governor whllo Ken Folks, Bob
a, special meeting,it. 8:30: years and one mechanic, a two election every two years In Foster and Charles llolley vie for
am. tnnonow in the *chool year resident said he didn know Florida, Instead of the historic Iho Republican nomination
board offices on South Washington haw long the governor served election year which fell every Karl Fall'cloth and Jim Kynei

Ave "down here". four years Voting Precincts Are Listed are running for the Demo nomln-
alien for Attorney General while
Phillip S Brewer' faces!: Ed Mason
f fI for I'ubllc Utilities Commission.
Edna Carlile, supervisor of registration and I 1,210 independent> south U.S. I. II Mima fire station er

,I IlL r and herself a cnnli Since tomorrow Is s primary, 5 Eau Oallle, civic center 17 Palm Bay, city hall Jim Premier faces Bernard
bu Independents! will not be eligible II Miccei, civic renter FarrUh for Demo
dale for reduction, is yprl'parlni nomination
\ the 49 precincts of to vote. and must muke their declsions 6 Melbourne, civic center, 10 Audubon, Danana River for state senator and Uvmvs Jim
) \b' only In the general elec. Front St. Trailer Park Recreation Hull rrullt and Howard Warren seek
Brevaid County for the Demo ti< ns. 7 Maljbar, civic center 21 Cocoa, Tiger Den nomination la Group 1 house of
erotic and Republican primaries The precincts have been re 8 Grunt, civic renter IVarhlree Street. representatives race. In Group 2

M candidate.! 'mukc aunt minute vamped and additions, .inseuiufwit't .II, -. Lotus Island .House, :22' -- C'v''ia lliueh, Cnminunlly Jol'1' Q,,J Murphy_ (act*. Bill I
44T-\\. rloat.t() _toro' for, hit,_sup\ ; 4(* < hut mlfiutcs changes South Merrltt I Jslund*' I'' Church ttllowshlp hall t lloun t :I 'Itrec: ,
H'
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IiI pert ,in the J pills, to Insure all voting 19 Oeorglana, Methodist 21 Indian Rives City, community Seeking lie Demo nominaUm
Brevurd will have the largest! will bo done Inside Church | house fur sheriff are Jim Drawdy, TU1,

( number of precinct and polling A pre'Inct by precinct list of 11 Mmltt Island fire. eta' 14 Scottimore, Jones Ore man McKenry) Clyde Plrtl.
i' 11 places In the history of Iho county Brevard County polling plates lion eery end, Service $'tstien. Frank BnuUwoml Ernie Trow
for tomorrow election for follows: 12 Merrltt Island Grace 23 ]Melbourne Beach, clubhouse rr ami, L, E. llndallDi .

the record number of registered 1 LaGrange, County Com Methodist Church, Needle'/ Boulevard mot rats running for Supervisor '
voters( S3.766 Democrat and mlnloners office, airport. 28 South Melbourne civic of Registration are Edna
IU publican 2 A and B Titusville 13 Canaveral Pol.ils' Motel center Race Street, Carllle, Cliff Carlin, and George

Mrs Cartile is predicting over Chamber Commerce build- 27 .- Inllilnntlc, town hall Douglass while Republicans
u seeking the ,post Barbara
3DOOO( will turn out to Vote tomorrow Ing. 14 loulh Lake, towage 28 MclbnuriiK, Florida Air are
Johnston and Sally' Warren.In .
I or about 18 percent. 3 Williams Point Four plant 'Carpenter Hosd', West academy admliilaliMion build the
rare for District 1
There are 31)055) registered Communities the station. Tltuivlllo.U' Ing, .t U S. 11)2): and Polio Ave County Commissioner, Demos

qtw Democrats, 12,802 Republcuns 4 Rocklvdgc, fire station on Courtcnay fire ..tltlon.II's moved from Melbourne Fire W S Austin, tab Feeney", El I

t Stulio: Kittles and Gene Roberts seek
S-A Election Returns 29 -- West Millxjurne, June nomination as do Republicans
No Longer Atlantic Missile Park BuplUt Church Mel Folntr and Willy Ilvssel

Complete Brevard County JO .. North Melbourne, auditorium bring.
tltction returns will be avail- at Trailer lluven near In District t, County Commissioner
able at the Star.Advocate' ef Range; Now "Eastern" Test Range tl'trpttrary, Melbourne City Hull Demos seeking nomln
Mm are Guy Brewster, Bob
lice on Main Street tomorrow moved from Melbourne High
nicjht Missile Range<< (AMR), which n..rI notes the guided missile operalluns rede, 'uliinatoil the Air Force Fast 31 Melbourne Vllliige, town Warner,
A election board will
largo of the USAF from ('I po em' lent Range, the space test hull, !finking Demo nomination tithe
L. be netted on the front win. Kennedy to Ascension Inland off center became the Air Force school board, District I Bull
dow of the newspaper office the coast of West Africa, will Western Test R.nge. Both are 3D In Ban Harbour Ileeieh Carroll and Norman Rice; Dtrtrlit .>
and the returns will bo' posted soon be forgotten under commanl of the NRD Crfiiova llcac Town Hall 4 Rudl Ouelslioff and Juh*
si soon as they are received 33 South Bas jallie, (Lovrrngci Turner BrDemos ,
The Air Force has announced The new division was estaliHrlied
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;: :.: Central Junloi \IIn
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Representatives of the Star- seeking county
permanent ststus for Its new Na on a provisional basis lad aurrtyrr
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: ". ..... "",-' Advocate will ba at each of tlonal Range Division. relocatedthe November, with Davis-who had Sclicol. nomination are C. C Jube and
I .. !;tiIfw.:, "' -a the eight,, Moith Brevard pre. headquarters and asuixnel commanded (the Atlantic Missile 34 West Cocoa county fire Arthur Slilnman
-,.. -r -- ... clnrts and also at Mrs f dmCarlllo new names to the Atlantic. Mishile Range as head Purpose was station Democrats are allowed only to
I COMING DOWN The old and historic aged by fire earlier this year, (S-A 's offl. to obtain returns Range and to the space list to tenrali/e( under one commandthe 35 South. Titusvlllo, high vole In their party's primary,
''II Dixie Hotel,,.,long a tourist center in this Photo). as quickly as they are center at Vamlcnbcrg Air Force planning for the Atlantic and school' girmnaslum. Republicans In their'a-there la
I urea is being torn down after being dam. counted Base, Calif Pacific ranges sod the Air Force 31 Titusvlllo, WhUpsrlng; nil cross filing
I The major realignment moves Satellite control facility at Hills Country Club. All voters In the county cast

"r ryI the NRD commander, MIJ.) Onlelshton Sunnyvale, Calif. 37 North Cocoa, Clcarluke ballot" In the county commission
Zoning Board 1. Davis, and his staff Davis sinte has been nominal Junior$ High School and Ic'h.M.1>l board races-regardless

from Patrick Air Force Bono, ed by' Preside Johnson for pro- :3D North E:,u Oallie, Sherwood of rllstrlel
to Andrew Air Force Base, MI.. loo !HANOI On Pace I Park Elementary &110",1. The ,polls will open at T a mind .
Agenda 31)) West will close at.7 p m. wltb
"Lighi"A -- Eau Qulllv, W..tlu
liaise voters In line at closing
liullu fire stution
lime allowed' to vote
short agenda will appeal to Counly Conservation And Awards 40 West Bowe Guldens,

rnemlrr of the members of the small alore corner of l'mewuud

i Planning; and Zoning Board as ind Wltkhdiii Roud FBI Man Will
Commillee Invites Nominations 41 --. East: Howe Gardens
the Hoard
convenes Wednesdayto
1 Isrbor! Clly Elementary bmool

consider recommendations of The Brevsrd Count Conner Outstanding/ Boy Scout, Ciil 4J West Melbourne: town Be Here FridayA
oven toning applications four I r vstloi: and Awards' Committee Remit. FFA, FHA or 4II Con hull

parking plans: and one request It anxious In public I ly' recognize rvntion, Forestry Conservation, 43 Weal Melbourne, fire lirge attendance/ Is expect-
fur street closing. und and Game and Fresh: Water Fish" .
reward Indlviduuls station, west of Melbourne Village
ed l at the May t, Kiffee Klatsch
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The T:30 p.m. meeting will group fed thilr efforts( In behalf Con*'rvatlod, Salt Water Dmsrrvatlnn Pat Dlumer President of tll.Cr.pt'r .
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find the. bond considering recommendations of conservation New Media Contrl 44 Satellite Beach town Titusville Chamber of
on the following: The Comm:lite Is Inviting bating., Mat to Conservation hsll Ommrrcr ha announced bo-

,, Rr.ubmuliloD of Parking plan i9J. nominations fom orfani/atieins Tilt nominations must be in 4) Cupohurt Sea Pails came the main speaker will be)
by Parkway Development Co. and groups of those who have the form of a written description Elementary) School. Rods 'the Fedi'ml Bureau of IB
for proposed retail stores atcOI.llt'r dine nutlsming conservation" of the. nomlne-e conservation 49 North Indldlantic, Ocean Y' ''lilalwn. Coffee and donut
of Garden St. and Highland work In tie following field due aCCfllI1plllhmt'nla and should be I'Nik, Indiuluntlc Elementary! will bet ,rverl starting' fct fl a.m.
j, Ave.Rezoning. irg the past yearS : trailed. to James C. Milliard &//1,11I1. In the COInln Itl''oofft' or the

application for Broy ill and Water Conservation IViurd of I'ubllc Instruction, P. 47 port Malabar, teen CIII,.",. Bunk nt Friday May
hill Investment Corp by Tom C"'nicir.' jliein of Human Life O Box, 5, Titusvilla eeadr. Jill 5 i.' ('
Crusenmeyer for property b located r Youth Conservation of Human This Information must be received 44 West Melbourne WcaJ, /N-U' W.L.b, Assistant Aj-nt in
east of Washington Ave from Life Adult Conservation of 11or before June I I.. OIA Ian. Elementary Schuol Charge of the Tampa Office wilt
A 3 to EM to allow offices and Morali for Youth Youth Croup 1W4 ;in order (hut the winner in 43 University park, Melbourne 'J'p' --li! MI 'Activities of the
parking lot.Application. INSTALLED BY Participation In Conservation, the varlotn! conservation categoi Brevard Engineriuij: rut Welch Is a native of
;, for MOOSE-Newly elected Maltbie Governor: Hap Fahndrich, Junior Adult tiroup Paiticipatlon InConsvivatlMi les call selected by' the co College, Country: Club Road. Nelmika. graduate) of Oeigbhw -
by officers of the
rescuing Titusville Loyal Order of Governor Don Clawson Retiring! Past Const.rvation In only committee prior to the annual moved from University Park University Law School
Pet Elizabeth: Conner for Corner Moose No. ,
1962 recently installed will officially Governor,. Back .
sif row Jack Davis Trustee Action Outstanding Coniervltinnlut Conservation Awards Bun El: 'rmntary S<:hexj l1.| Hutch, and a member uf the)
South St. and Park
Ave. take over their duties tonight Ted Bony,, Prelate; Hicks Wortham, Guard; Adult Guidance of Junior quelPiesue. The above hot Is the offichlpolllij : Ni"brink and ,AmcrU-vn Bar At
i Request that 15 lots on the Left to right, front row; Ralph Bro- Ed Critchley Sergesnt( -At-Arma; Carl Conservation Effort bwal Ed do not fail those d -crvlng p'jce list as compiled by hH.il,tkmx.
Vest side of Hopkins Ave be re- kaw Secretary; Pete Waddell Treasurer; ;Miles, Trustee Not present for picture url''''" with Outstanding Con "el there awards, lltlliard Supervisor of )Registration Edna He ,h ,,'4m" sate''t FBI Agent in
I See AGENDA On Fete I Sam WUiarnMm, Put Commander Jim wall Dallas Momson, Trustee. ,ovation Teaching Frogjsir, uatphaoltad r; CarUt >oe FBI Or Page I




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Ii} Page 2 Tltuivllto (Fie 4d.) .,,,. Advocate Monday, May .4. 1U4 like that Instead of talkin' good \


Editorials ... UnlleCoYum/ FuD'st sense"Well,", laid compared Clog to all the

Bernard Parrish Taking. All In' Stride ; thing Senator Parrish has done
fer all us folks in the past and

.. ..., ., I this Ml r doln' practically noth.
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Think Before You Vole ; ;: ; ::;;; T" in' I guess throwin mud jilt

'; : ",$rLrr'eNc ,v s1 4P : / nbout adds up to his maximum

.w cspecbillitys," said Lem.

_ Tomorrow another big election day. ; I "Wal I supp)se," Hal added,

"I reckon hen afraid that if
Democrats and Republicans will to the
go ( polls to I people knew what he was really
select their nominees"?! for office. talkin' about they'd! soon knowhe

Some' of us fellers out InMhS* small claims court judges," said didn't know what he waz
An estimated 25,000 to 30,000 of the county's 53,766\
Holler wax talkin' ibbut' then l. nr. Don't you remember talkin' about"
registered voters are to the to
expected go to polls cast *
ads'' lately wh'erf that hired tew
their' b'allots.ft ) 1.the noosepapers feller you About"this timE, Aunt Hattie
tellln'\ hbw' ,qua11fyed'10m)' of'' pick oranjej' 'bought the squirrel'' Hornwhistle fetched over some

is important that each registered voter enter the these pollytlshuns are fer public rifle from yew an' dlden pay fer ginger cookies an' sweet milk

voting booth and make his or her selection. It is more office "Now yew take that it an' yew took him tew court (pld, Lem Windernoot derma
feller what's tryln' to wal,'-that's the kind oC Judge he
young choked on the milk) An'
nigh
important than they know who and what they are votingfor Parrfsh's "
wear Senator Bernard wax
Hattie said, "Were
before' Aunt you
they make this trip. .
britches, said" Clog 'ores fellers talkin' about that "dyn
"Oh 'of single
sort
mean a
that fell r' claims heez a yew
What It their record? How have they served you, lawrrtakci1"Why what'' laws did' he Judge! It'Head: of a double barrel amic and Indorrupteebul" little

if they are seeking' re-election? What have they done make an" where?", laid 'Clog: led one", said Hal. "YeW no, I fetter Communnists what's bin. an'callin'Nazis good
(tew folks -
git wond rln' wyh in tarna
for their' community In the way of civic work? What
"Wai," said ole Harry Chez! tion a feller what lay In his ads Klnda like them John Birch,
hale they done Jar their fellow ? What of "
man type v "He Interduced amendmlnt that heez a statesman an' a civic Sussloty speakers?

:campaign have they conducted? Have they put forth In Tall'h IIsee' to take the control leader an' a lawmaker an' a "That's rite, Aunt Hattie,"
Ideas and promoted their platforms? Or have they done : of private yewtil'ltles'! away judge an' all that would git up I,

:;more in the way of attacks on their opponents? Have c: :. .. ; i from Brevard County sew tl'le'' in public1 an' call Senator Par- sex'Wal ftot'me tell' you some
folks at home coodent control rlsh
(whose long been mite
:Ithe'y attempted inform the of facts not "
public and at- Hattie
thin boys, sayd 'He
: their drlnkln' water an' if ithadtfht well known( around these parts
Jettipted t to throw up smokescreens? jr5TA 1 1Ili bin'fer cbnsollydashxin, I as a good honest patryotlc reminds me of. dinky littlestearrbont
what used to bustle
aPe'the reckon tame folks would bechevdln' American cltyzin) call him :
These1
questions you should ask yourself '
an' puff an wheeze along on
their drlnkln' water Instead Kruscheff
Hitler
a an' a Castro
and inswer'' to your satisfaction before you enter the '' Of'jillt'plain' swalleria' Sorta makes a feller feel the Indian River when I waz a
.:v tlng booth. little iilrl It had a five foot
fer year* tew come. That colesly- that sort of pollytishun Is a little
roll bad when it In boiler an' a seven foot whistle,
Is enhuf
gits moist behind the ears, klnda unsteady
Then,'and only then, can you vote intelligently 1'R you but them wooly worms an' jumpy like a goony an' every time it whistled, It
tio it you still have a few hours left. tickles goln' down bird, makes you feel mlley pit topped."

"I'll tell you one other taw he (ery about lettln him lIt hold DON'T FERGIT TEW VOTEj
Double Erosion' made," ald Lem Wlndersnoot. of the reins, dont It?" Be serin y'all

"He Intordooced consollyda hun "Why do you reckon he talks Unkle Fud
; : fer the City of Cape Canaveralan' -,_.

"If $100 in sock back in 1939 and left got it passed through the .... '
you put away a Leyslslatcchure by gun," tOrg '"..ua.J1o Y' ,HEIIC' wtrli'georlto MlVl.'n. *.** |
1t there, that $100 has shrunk to $44.00." Thus reports the ,

Portland, Oregon,'Journal!, using U. S. Labor Department .. ".' "Whatf "Did you say con- GEORGE STUART'' PRESENTS'
'IlgureS anti sollyda hurt, Lem?", asked ole
authority.This 'w Herman Hornwhistle, New Smith Corona ADDING MACHINEFor
massive erosion of the dollar's purchasing power 1.1 "That rite, Herman, the same

grad been the cause of grave hardship' great numbers of' ..,. ""'f." ,r .i"" feller, House'Bill No, 167,"

people especially the elderly living on fixed incomes d '1'i'.. .... 'Did they have a reffyren- -iIN '
Home
;Soho have not shared in increased wages and other in- .. .. .. dum? asked Herman.
L ,11. "'" r H rT" '
tome. Nope1!; you see with this here a r a; 'rr
Seven Boots Luck To You! filler Its list'what fits his pollticklri OHleel
Beyond 'that; the Journal makes this vital point Wearing League that matters tew him. Ho 9

ihe""shrinking) dollar also tends to cause an even more howls like a cool! hbund on a

Serious erosion of personal independence. It is a real moonlight, nile about what folks

flscouragemeht! to savings for independence, and as a re.tl1t'of'the'ahrinlcldg dew to benefit their town miles.wily'
from'where he
lives, but
'dollar' and the deficit spending attitude Philadelphia Symphony when he sees somethln' good

of the government more and more people are looking fer' hl.- own bill wick, he ineaks Plu. Pay

to Washington for their old age and even for the 'rainy Ills' there jlst as quiet is a only $5 Down

day." 'I I \it: J" ''a: revenoo officer sneakln' up on $89.9 5 Pe4 Tax $f A MO.It .
Granpappy Windersnoot's till," Adds It Subtracts. Ups only t s 12" Desk Space
w Erosion of personal independence can only result in To Appear In DB May 21 said Lem "And fellen, that Light Weight Only ( Ib. Totals to JWm,W. With direct

:1'nation growing weaker, not stronger. History teaches was derv nigh the total extent Subtraction. Money back Guarantee

$s this over and over again \ 'I i T -, .. of his lawmakln in Tallyhassee WITHGEORGE STUART'
The Philadelphia Orchestra talent and dktdrmtn'| ?* effort ha f I i The Box Office la open! Men, tew," 133 fait Robinson Orlando Fla.
2 tThe'cheapened dollar has been'a major cause" of the with Eugene' 6rmandytcondAct-\ became in a short time, radio's day, Tuesday and Wednesday L| "Wai maybe he didn't sinks a .Florida's' "Largest' Business- Supply dept Store

;*tehsion\ of the Welfare State, with all the destructionof Ing, will appear at Peabody first important conductor Tho from 10 aim, until 2:I p.m Tele many laws but lint he a Judge, Phone Toll Froe TITUSVILLE AM 7485
individual Auditorium in: Daytona Bcaclt turning point in his career came phone reservations may be made Lem*"
responsibility and independence that im. asked Kal Drew.
on May 21 at 8:30: p.m, when Toscsmnl was suddenly by calling the Box Office, 251- i ,. ...: .
}llies. And, despite the Administration's avowed !. "Yep he waz one of them Ore f,1iMf< J.ftQ'( -
optimism
The concert is a benefit performance taken ill and was unable to fill 2423 in Daytona Beach, Other
;. continued deficit spending threatens what is left under the sponsorshipof a guest appearance with the days, reservations may be -

:>Jf:the dollar's value. the Duytona Beach Symphony PhiUck'Iphla ,Orchestra Orman made by calling 252.1349, ,'i' ,'.
.
There are plenty of danger signals'on the horizon.jLet's Society with the assistance of dy was Invited as a replacement.Ho i ._. I
the Daytona Beach News.Journal wis Immediately signed for
\
steer from
: away further involvement in the Welfare McKinriey Promoted
CotporuUoh, the conductorshlp of the Minneapolis
fitafce and expanding Federal control these can only Symphony and held that To PFC In Germany ,
lead to A completely Socialistic: State, with its many prow Mr.. Ormandy conductor and post until 1933 At that time
alacles.. music director of the famed James C McKenner.. 18, son
.en he was Invited to return to the
I'ltlJudl'lphia Orchestra, was Philadelphia] Orchestra as their of Mr. and Mrs( James P, Me- i; i
only five years old when he ent"rcd permanent music director Kenney of Mims, was promotedto
the Royal Academy in private first class In Germany
Letters To: The Editor Budapest He studied the violin Since then he has guided the April 20, while assigned to the Current Kit Dividend
.. and soon began making public orchestra to Its present positionof 20th Transportation Battalion ; Compounded
Brail
r -Annually
Think Before appearance On one auspicious leadership in the World, an .
'ilhiiTltlo' (( rMa Voting McKenney Is an aircraft electrician
>)> StarAdvecateBy .
occasion ho played tor the Emperor achievement attested by a recent
,., 'a.tabllah.d 11Me Dear Editor* Fruncls Josef, poll of 200 critics who named Transportation In the batalllon's Company 661st near tJooI

Publl.he4 110.4.,0, I do hope you can find enough/ Now In his 28th year as con the Philadelphia ensemble Munich He.entered the Army In
W.dn..d.y.Tttnavuw.tar.!. Prldaye space on the Editorial pages of tiuctor of the Philadelphia Orthfslra tho luadinj symphony orchestrain July 1963 and received basic
Advorai. Ian. your fine newspaper to urge ALL Ormandy received at the U.S.Tickets training at Fort Jackson S.C. '
At Tk*Building Itir-Aavooata registered voters to go to the 17, professor's diploma at the for the Daytona Beach He was stationed at Fort Eustts, v v
M Tuu.vin.Miln .III.ru.mm .... polls, and do Just a little MORE Royal Academy and took degrees concert are available at Peabody Va? before arriving overseas In
than flip a lever on the machine. In violin playing, composing Auditorium, and the entire second February of this year. .
='I H' HudMB, Pr Urge them to search their and counterpoint.Dy bclcony Is reserved for stu- McKenney Is a 1963 graduate of 1
tin.'i7.'o H. Haitian, v-P, memories for someone wno IS Hint of genuine musical dents. All seal are reservd, Tltusvllle High School
"Iloilo" H. Hudun. ....,-'1'.....
not only well qualified, but Is
a .bSe?" the duties and responsibil.

*'t..jj'I'.... 'i,...I.... It lei honestly, faithfully, and
.1010\1..1 1:."..... A-.tanks continuously for the full term of
? H.ory H Hurt.on, publlibw office to which he might be elected I ELECT
__Kolj.rt H. HaAmatt, editor
Dunn, In order to keep all of us I
.wnl iaml Q. Ly.rly, VIruiatlMgr.Mir: abreast of tho fast growth of the
.al F Area, the State and the Nation ,
ftubtcrlplloB Ral. And if one of the registered candidates r LA

I ;. it 80'. :iVa.N.rlb S..OUr .Br.ard. J2OO acres to fit the bill writeIn JIM DRAWDY :. .- :;VQNO I

... B M.ll In nuNAa the name of someone But, if
Y.. Nse S MO S3.SO a ale, UOO nono can be thought of leave I
the Category BLANK. Althoughthis
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Outildo Florid'
.'r. si.00 sMoMouaMounL action Is not the best, duringa YEAR'S
I primary, don't just flip a lever, awtl ei Sheriff WAIT
ET'SCfET1' ACQUAINTED just to be voting (,
But remember though, the prl
:ANY CAR WASH .mary, is the only time the voter FOR
has much of a chalet, and rem } '(
ember also, the bandwagon Is a DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
out of the picture entirely or' 1 THIS HIGHER

:; 99er at least that It everyone should be.has It a Is mindof believed 1 : MAY 5lh RATE ,rt

r L L.Y'S' his own, and it should be IX I I Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the '
SINCLAIR erciaedto the fullest extent, at I. t At 1st. Savings insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 ,
'. for bus. tl
74S.'Wash.: : UMJ41 the polls during a primary. EFFICIENCY F I E E ECONOMY( H band and wife) by FSLIC, a permanent agency a of the ;;.
r Former Chevrolet Bldg Johnnie E. Davis. AND U. S. Government.
1131 Carol Ave
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: DANIEL ROBERTS, M. D. Melbourne Police Dept., Chief Jeial '
<< Eau Galll! Police D.pU Chief S
M DISEASES OF THE SKIN iings :
10 Years Sheriff Dept. All Phases

I lrz ANNOUNCIS THI OPENING 49 Graduated Florida Police Academy end land Loan Association of Tltuvllle _

FBI School. Downtown Office
OF HIS OFFICI AT

;; Medical Arts Building Progressive *, Believes in Full Service Sheriff Dept; Washington. at Main W RcSft :

.4 43 Years Old Married Resident Cyan to 3 Daily Also 4 to 7
J IoN .verry DrlvoOffIt Rocklecl,., Florida Lifetime Friday

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4, 1964 Tltoevllh.LFloridaStir.) t. Paee tr Junior MembersOf
M.y Advocate Wives Hold
__ __ AGENDA Jaycee To CoffeeAll Legion AuxiliaryThe FBI ;:;

ii (Continued From Page 1)) Tllmv.llo; Jajcee Wives Jaycees as well as meeting the Junior members of Titus- (Continue From F8* 1))
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y are Invited to attend a Get Acquainted
? i new Jaycee wives In the
many vllle No I American
B 1. Unit ,
zoned from BUI to
Coffee to be held on 19H' and has served In anum.
H. L Barber is ,requesting May 6 at 8 p,m. In the home of arcs Anyone needing trantpor' legion Auxiliary, will meet Wedneidnv lacy Of field l offices In the United
4 rexonlng of lots U and lZo Block Mrs. Jumes I'trtzel! at 2725 Pine tatlon to the coffee is submit to May 0, at 3:30: p rn. at State: and In several tupervlo

B on north side of Oleander between Ridge Drive in the County Club cull Mn Hertrel, AM 7.1885. the American Legion Home tor 01'y capacities at tie FBI Headquarters .

Magnolia and MU Sterling Height area The next regular meeting of Installation of officers with Pam In Washington. D. C
to an R.3 to allow apartments Since there are many new the Tltusvllle Jaycee Wives Club Greco taking the office of Jun. lie hal been aMltfflmi a* AsiHtmit -
1 1FOR Jaycees the Jaycee Wives offi- Ion chairman. Spatial Agent In Charlie
can and members fell the need will be the Installation banquet Oct.
Wuerthoff Co is requesting an of the Tampa Ofitco > nee
R3 toning change for property to acquaint (he wives with the to be held At the Torch Club on Junior: members. art daughter
healed In Sun Valley !Stay 12 Reservations mny be of members of the American The ,u'jer.t t of his talk should
mule- by calling Mrs Vcrn Legion or veterans, all
Griffin and J V Oscnr\ Futrh will dhow a proposed decrkned I be of ixtrene Interest to
Mrs. Violet
that part addition to Atlantic Plumbing Cannon, AM 72898 and ore eligible fiom birth to buMns and professional men' ,
Bennett are requesting
St lying between Co, located on St Johns St., 18 years Of age when they become Dlumer said and oil! Chamber
of South
Avocado Ave and Highland for considerations. Returns Home From eligible for senior memo number. their guoots and the

Terr be closed Harry Barr will present parkIng Pennsylvania Trip 1J'nhlp. I1l'nl'l'I.1! publu' l ItI Invited to- at'terut

W C Alexander Is requestingproperly plan for a four unit apart this K,if fie Khtsch.
mrnt between and Mr W E Ziegler returned
Forrest St
located cast aide of had visit'd here several tlinei .
Singleton Ave extension,\ be re Hopkins Ave Saturday nlpht from a trip to and was a brother of the late B -Too-Late- To-------T Classify

zoned to a B.1 classification. Frank Lillie It coquetting prop landmburg. Pa where she nt- W Kimtle! of this city She ---
James Halt ll requesting approval rrly totaled loutli of Rt. 50 In tended funeral services for Ed also vliitv at the home of her TOO :A'TE'To CLASSIFY
of parking plan for Lincoln Sun Valley be rezoned to B.1 to Knnble who penned away (the son, DI'. Ixroy Kimble of Wllmlngton !. FOUND bnya hike Identify
and for this ad, 207-2859.
Pork Church of GodWhat' allow restaurant previous Sutuulay Mr Kimble / Del pay

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THE TOASTMASTERS-Officials of ence in oral expression and analytical
the Titusville Toastmaster's Club gather listening and makes outstanding civic contributions
around Mayor Ed Kittles as he signs a in the community Governor RUBBING
proclamation making this week "Toast- Farris Bryant also declared this week as I ALCOHOL
master's Week" in Titusville. The procla- "Toastmaster's Week"* in the state. Left Unbreakable
mation points out that Toastmaster International to right behind Kittles are Ray Summy, pintle battle,
is designed to help members develop vice-president; Bob Young, president; Dr. 2\L) :
the ability to appear effectively before A. L Tagudin, treasurer; Bill Clark, vice- IXPERiPIESCaIP110N
audiences, to gain valuable expert- president; and Ray Semms, secretary amAu

MONACETAPC

Coast Guard THURSDAY, APRIL 30, thru Toilets

i4 For pain rtliaf.

Flotillas To SATURDAY, i MAY '9-Mmy A./. -- Eiii 1 te t1.2reN'1.2o,,


Host District mix A II mALL AEROSOL
Fit KLENZO MI.31 BLUE ORAL ;
.: .red Plot Amber color. Pint. Cool refreshing I or. SHAVE RUM
Flotilla 42, 46 and 49 of the HIh apltd nchro. Ruby spicy 1lsvar I. lavender .
;;; Of Redl
V S. Coast Guard Auxiliary InDievnrd mil/c./ Ilzu 127. 2101' BOt 21. 90t 2,10ctaxAll .... In regular or Shot.. both
;; J20, 620. ...."., RMme ...."., I ,. "".... menthotaiad

County will host the I 1 .... ...2, S6t .IIIALL POIYMOIIION "AU .,: z2,.,9"
Spring District Conference of
GLYCERIN SACCHARIN LIQUID MILK OF
the organization on Moy 29, 30 -
SWllt.n without cst', MAGNESIA MXAUASPIRIN
and 31 at the Cape Colony Inn at Children' Chewable SUPPOSITORIES oriel trgr. 100 VITAMINS
Plain er mint fllvor.
Cocoa Beach 100' Adult orInfant. l2'e. tablate. PI", .... ." 11ar.
Vitamin' ,
District Rear Commodore Ernest ZEST TABS a... Ik 2i. 54 .... If. 2 lot40t 2r. J.90 e... u. 2,. 64t I..R finer|"or'' few.None tour' .ctlnl!

A. Baldini, Cocoa Beach, is Vicki alLMON' IPUNTIXV.A %' 2fof70eIllltlOSOl
CAIA sown
General Committee.Chairman of the Host Re/J.'.41 2 for $3.49 P 0 HAND HOUSEHOLD SEAMLESS I

-1 LOTION GLOVES NYLONS
I Auxiliarlsts from Florida, Ceo RUB For la lIe hands. Mash bit.
IXAII !; Durable rubber ANe"rr: : -
rgia, South Carolina and the 4Ltat r PANOVITE Rig, 1.49 .
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Caribbean will gather for the i VITAMINS 1.28 .M,1,2r.r 99 e.., ,,, 2rar 90 2a" 1.20 ICIiNZO

2'#day conference to review and j hNne, Htlpprtvant, vitamin .I.ALL LMON' lOUD TOOTH BRUSHES
r
oroject plans for increasing the :" :;::.I deficiencies/ ENVELOPES .
I ADHESIVE BALL POINT STATIONERY '.11.' 'l M1e
ales bd.'
effectiveness of the auxiliary' ''N,..,..., AM a/ a Social businu, r. )
-J TAPE turn ddreu.. airmail PENS bail p.tw 6l'2rOrSOcalit
role In augmenting the regular r .i t ; J' t 2,2.99mmxl 81g verlaty,with
I I.reS
I1\"Of plain long lutlnfo emelopu. /N 'MTUAAI .IULI
Const Guard in the safe boating 4.r. +My lOldl...11". ..s.59. dlaponabla. e... s It assn .Zlor.70

field '* v E .IT .2,44c 2 Pale 26t 21",40 2,2.01
&* ; ... aa,, 1ft ,
chairman of the. host HAIRSPRAY a aea.0l.y., i TOOTH .P. TI..,,2 for.99

sjroup, )h division Vice. Captain -.e COOL BLUE REDI.SPRAY Zk DENTAL nr..-1 on,ell 2 for..30Ho
<\_ W Walton sub committee : ;J'I.. .. ,, L.....
r DINTU
chairman are: Commander Willla Relul"or for CllAM T.r. .,,, RO.BALL Aimed mint glvee 24 hour PUTI MUSH
LaRue, South Brevard, fin LITTLE LEAGUE WEEK Mayor Ed Kittles buys first : y' Hard to.Hold Heir //I.,. ... 2 I.lilt I Rolli on 24 hour prohdlon I plotlttlon, lit OtN"lREI A.an Dolan .2 for,70

ance eon,;Patrick Commander Air Force Barney Base Ro, The box of Little"Little Leaguers League are Candy1 selling' from candy Glenn this Young week as, Jr.a 1! ..rr.a.. I.", 21 1'I.51 "e e. :: ... 299t M!; 2ror10e u, ..;.. 21.99c powotdM.1 ADHESIVE, ,2 for..33S


program/ and Commander Arn money-raising project. VITAMINS VCQN.T'SALE_ ,
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old Stroud, Titusville, registration
headquarters for the Kennedy .IXAUBUFFERED VITAMIN C VITAMIN 1.1 MIN. 1ADIII MIN'I t IAalls'BILLFOLDS .
RANGEContinued missile center. The main body .. ,., ....,., WATCHBANDS
ASPIRIN AtnrUt" KM T..,." r I.I..Hr"' IoI. .
Auxiliary
The U S Coast Guard s Miny ittrKtlvt
Is a volunteer, civilian affiliate ( From Page 1)) of was headquarters organized ai detachment NRD. Detachment one. .fj' : .! IlktW lo aOset 'to"11war u. II.tto'e.,2for 41 roc 10..rnf. 100'1__,2 fof .7J ityliit: JM
of the U. S Coast Guard _,2 for I.41INIOOiKI all ",
Two was organized at Air ? 2f,,99c 771 goer. to4'1.2 for 71 1.4155'"'' 1001 2'1t I,01
dedicated to the promotion of. motion to lieutenant general. Force Systems Division, Los An. ; 111100. ,. 1001.?.2 for 1.JOtil290mi 9.25 JO...,. 100',_2 for UI 2f,,2.99 :::;*M> 2hrl.Slu
boating safety through public instruction .--210f JO ...2101 1.11
The central authority will aim gel e. ALCOHOL Ane A s iota
courses, courtesy mot- 194 RUIIINIL _. Z for .30 lw'a..2 for 214 I n no-mi. too i ,2 for 1.20 < AIR umm Mm ,., .. .,....... 2 for .99
to eliminate overlap of responsibility DROPS "- --
The Eastern Tent Range was COUGH _
ASPIRE Z for110
decal 100'
orbobt examination 29t 4.71100ni
pro Z for .14 III INSECT REPELLlNT Nr.a.l,, l s,.... -...2 for 120

cram and rescue, regatta groups patrol Any and search boat and, facilities coordinate; prevent planning duplication given signation Immediate The Andrews operational operation de. lla IIOKTJ HOY MASSAGE tOIt.i"LOTION. -....11 ......._.2 for .99 111' CMiwmn loo-matoi .' ...2 lor.... VITAMINCOMPLIX It*,"..,'.,..vr.. 171. INSECTICIDE "ro..'....,_,,_...?...,,.?. .2 for 88

mm who owns at least( 25 percent and Increase opportunities for la expected to be fully opera. lie Ol".nt __ .2 for .38 B-12 I 1vltamt.. I N MOTH 'IOOnR NraulIX -,,..?...2 for 188
VITAMIN
Interest In. motorboat, combined procurement and standardization tlonal next January and the 3010518 ACID lOTION ---- 2 for 80 Ctnci,.,.f..'.' Ceeelu.I00" ,2 for 210OIRRITI MOTH CRrtTAL ....11, 111I., -......2 /for .90
amateur radio station or aircraft of equipment Western Test Range by June 90 CALAMINE .10 Ml HTINSIOH CORD in_.... 2 for 60
COMPOUND.--2for .2 for t.21iNioiMi
1965 1 N lt| 1001 "
and in who Is interested la invitrd In. The realignment of launchingand Davis will continue defense 7k i CASCARA COUCH WHIP _2 boating safety as wwrnoTt
working to join Information on tracking facilities Includes department! representative for n DIURmC PILLS --.2 for .98S01 4il2iiic. roe, .2 for 419 4.r iTi..ti, lot.......2 for 4.10ma ..ilti' >_.....2 pair 4.91 .

membership, courses and patrolscan transfer of the Navy point Xr the space agency/ i two.man 150 ,,_""""2 for .SI 1.5eSeers. tots, ,2 for 7.M Tonic n M _. 2 for 2.10 I 710 SHOWER CAPS.. ....? .._............... .2 for 10
guello, Calif.. launching base to EPSOM SALT a.-
Gemini spans In that
be obtained by calling AM7 the Air Force In turn, the Navy capacity he commands program all defense L. 451 COTTON SQUARES, east. .. ....-,... 2 for AI I.o019OE0 STATIONERY .. ._.._ .. ........ .Z fOl '1,01Ile
1735. will assume operation of range department global recovery AEROSOL MUTHIOLATE <,MOUBd. Lilly'" ,..2 for .64 4bAY PANTS, Moemar.l.. ,Ia ......._.. Zlor.50 1.00101(0 HOPS .. .2 for tot

tracking ships now operated by, forces. UI rESIN THIRMOMITEN ."'-.Z 101 1.70 goo AnU SHAVE LOTION, ...11 '" ....., Z 101.70 250 7A/IL. ENVELOPES .. _. ... ,.,. 2for2Ik I .
Will Host PEO the Air Force here I 3De CAUl IANDAIE I" tend.. 2for .Jt HAIR TONICS. Small .. ... Uor/ .70 1001/11E1OP/ tart .__ 210r.1t/ I I

Brig Gen Harry J. Sands will 1.41 NEOMYCIN IACITNACIH Clot ZfOlUO 190 SHAVE CREAM lntn4tr.w..... .....,....". UOI.70 1. [NVELO'I tML _. _" .. ..2Ior.1IU'
Mrs S. A. Faulk will be hostess Although Gen Davlj will field command the Eastern Test
HOT wmR 10TTU. vvteu..llaO.SQ' .........., ..2 for.110
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HErlLL
IALL PEN
to Chapter BT of PEO at her quarter at Andrews, the mainbod'l Range Brig Gen Jewell C Max 4.11 CIIMIINATION 'YRINGI.'t.ot' .,..............,. .forUO. .. pi rod.! 'P 10... "!T.!.__.__._ _ _ _ ___
will Pat well
will
home at 1208 Indian River Ave. of NRD remain at head the Western teat ,
next Thursday night. rick, which Is administrative Range!: 200'i SOliD ..T.I.... Dlapowbl.DIAPERS. 1 f I i ; r I

STATIONERYtu RADIO

)f >f Jf >f >f >f )f 'f# 'f *_# ANACIN ......,.wJIII.5eterrNnt .np.eM owner roes, betray. wan. C CREAMS CARA AND NOMI LOTIONS

r -- Rg 2.19 .. lathe' 11",1.1'II Reg. 1.98
*' VOTE FOR )Itto )...1...... I '-'-':: nN. 99c 1.50 COLD CREAM. ...-..-...... 2 for 1.51
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$1.98
0 1.59P 8.88 1.00 CLEANSING LOTION....,.......2 for 1.01

) "NORTH BREVARD'S MOST 1<- ., 1.50 CLEANSING CREAM .......,.....2 for 1.51

OUTSTANDING YOUNG aexAli.N1.e.e.. .. DewietMAMm' NTOOTH 5 XALLTOOTHPASTE C 2.00 NIGHT CREAM ..............Z for 2.01 .

0' 1t .'QUIK- P\ e 2.50 HORMONE CREAM .........,., 2 for 2.51 .

MAN I .. BANDS toe NaNebae. .i { BRUSH, ....I.W FOLDING ::',, ,; .awedawec...1.'-se. 1.25 ASTRINGENT ............-..MM..Z for 1.28 ,

td ..I.. wins I SYRINGE .........._ 2 for 1.01
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THE ONLY REXALl DRUG STORE IN NORTH BREVARD

'* (Pol Adv Pd. by Roberts Camp Treasurer)* CITY

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Honoree At Coffee ''
'round town

i' Mrs. liellcrjeau, past president I
:,1 of tbe Young Homemakcr's

'WMten Club was honored with a farewell -
/ Wft1 Napa dxd Notes / r :t coffee Tuesday at the homeof Phone 267-3994 with baroara! cariA on

pr Nof cA stvooa yr Mrs. Rita Collura 839 Edge- ,

wood. Road. The honoree had Elections of all kind will high Ann Crouch and Bob Pickering, Hilltop Drive returned home

7 been very active in forming this light this week's nativities. Tops have set production dates ss Saturday after a abort stay lg

/ "z ,W& j 0 demonstration club and In many on the list of course Is tomor May 22, 23, 29 and 30. Curtain at Jess parrish Memorial hospital|

] ,, other civic activities in the area. row' big primary election when $:.15. Dennis was to have played one art

The honoree was presentedwith the numerous candidates will the leading roles In the Mmiaturt
a white leather photo album learn how the voting public feels
Bible Science asa di-mcmberance of her "old about them. Be sure to let your Several local gals received First Nightcrs season opcncri
Iriends favorite candidate know how you special honors at the Beta Sigma last week He was one of wvtrd 1

feel get out and vote, urge your Phi Founders Day Banquet youngsters recast t In tinpiay
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Are Closely Those present were Mrs.Phyllis neighbors to do the same. Thursday at the Bockledge/ "It's' So Peaceful" just om wit*
Lindsey Mrs. 1 Doris Several organizations will Country Club. Mrs Barbara before opening night. However,
Roberts, Mrs Carol Miller, Mrs. either be electing new officers or Wicker of the Eta Eta Chapter on the afternoon of dress rehearsal .

Related Sandy Evans, Mrs Agnes Step Installing new officers sometimethis was awarded the "girl of theyear" Dennis was rushed to the hoi.pital .
hens, Mrs Caye Harris Mrs week. Tltuivlll Woman'sClub award for her chapter. for emergency treatment

"I have found no Instance In Barbara Cromwell, Mrs Miriam installed new officers this This Is quite an honor for Barb ana was unable to perform In the

which the Bible contradicts the Hardcbtei, Mrs. Sue Stiles, afternoon while the Junior Wo ara. She has been in Beta play. His Mend, Wayne Hudgini, ,
laws of science," aid Lowell Mrs. Blanche Shlmshock Mrs man's Club new officers will be ,Sigma Phi only a little over two stepped Into the part Thursday

Ellis, guest: speaker at a dinner Clare Simms, Mrs Shirley Installed Tuesday night at the years and during the IIrst year night and the show opened on
meeting of the Titusville Branch Plumb Mrs Eorlcne Roose and Torch Club. she was awarded the "pledge of schedule Friday and received ,

rof the American Association of Mrs. Shirley Sunms. Mrs Robby Mrs. James Luce Is the new the year" trophy. We hear she lithe tremendous ovation from the

University Women The meeting Cl.ibaugh was hostess.. JWC president Mrs C. A. Ter- only one In this area to win crowd.

wad held Friday evening, May burnt first vice-president; Mrs. these two awards consecutively.
.1, al the Whispering Hills I Phi Beta Mu Marks Richard Vanllorn second vice- Barbara was so thrilled and excited All three plays were big hid
with the audiences and the
I Country Club with 38 members, ti ISi ir president; Mrs. Mark Goodklnd about the presentations she First t
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husbands and guctts attending./:! } Second Birthday recording secretary; Mrs Jule couldn't sleep Nlghters received coiniilimrnsl

The invocation 'was given by Rev. Schmidt, corresponding secretary Mrs Elmaryne Beeson was fur their fine performance it
Phi Beta Mu of Beta
C chapter lot of
took for
a courage these
i Charles Bates.Mr. and Mrs. Donald Simon treasurer awarded the "pledge of the
Sigma Phi held its second birth- year" trophy for Eta Eta. youngsters to step Into a play on
Ellis, head of the Electron- such a short notice, but they
day party at the hums of Mrs We hear the entertainment For the Phi Beta Mu Chapter, are
I Irs Department at Brevard Jun- all extremely talented, learned
tills banquet will be "a scream".
Jcannae Patterson in Indian Doris Hooker won the "girl of the
bur College and teacher of an their parts quickly and
JWC members known came
are widely
Rivef City year" award and Margaret Henslcy -
School class at the
adult Sunday with colors
through: flying Other
fur their outstanding ability to the "pledge of the year",
First Christian Church of Merrilt The regular meeting whichprecl'l1ed members of the cast were Ellen
bland, Illustrated the vastncsa of i_ .. ._ ......w. ': the prepare delightfully amusing Mrs. Oncta Lcutwylcr was awarded English David Taylor, Becky
party was presided skits. Theme for this year's decorations the "gin of the year"
I the Universe by taking, hla aud- NEW CWC OFFICERS New officers treasurer; Mrs. William Gardner, vice over by Miss Doris Hookerin and entertainment, U trophy for Xi Delta Chapter. Goldbbury Ben Pecha, Mike

I' lence on a verbal Journey for St. Teresa Catholic Woman's Club president, Mrs. James Vevera, president; the absence of the president the "American Scene", Oneta certainly deserved the trophy Manning and David Webber,
through space. He pointed out were installed recently during an Installation Fr. John B. O'llare of the
pastor church MIS. Gale Sellers when plans She has been very active I -
that the Earth Is merely a speck banquet at the Chanticleer Inn. and Mrs. Chester Kazmierczak Orlando i were discussed for the annual this and I
tne
past year was even
} In the Milky Way one of many The Theta Omicron Chapter of
From left Mis. Charles Brown recording Central
are Deanery, President and installing Founders Day banquet. North Brcvard Chairman for the
galaxies, and that our five billionleal' Mrs. John Beta Sigma Phi Sorority ,will Install
secretary; Moquin, corresponding officer.-(Carbon Photo). TITUSVILLEDUPLICATE
? Cancer Crusade Oncta and her
) old sun Is Just one of billions Mrs. Ronald The new officers Thursday eve,
secretary; Moretto, culture program "Pictur
crew of over 400 workers have
of suns, which with its own ning at the home of Mrs. Ellen
es and Mirrors, was given by raised more than $3800 which Is
= solar system Mecmnn at 843 Forrest Road. To
Mr Ellis stated that it baa World War I Vets Mrs Bonnie Griffith. be Installed are Mrs. Dottie Mason about $1100 over the goal.In .
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BRIDGE CLUB
St. Teresa's Catholic Women'sClub Cake and president Mrs Elnora Robinson the Theta Omicron Chap
i taken us so long to discover our To Meet punch was served ;
Auxiliary ter, Elmira Robinson, the sorority's
vice Lou
Mrs.
president
'place In the Universe because and members discussed achievements ; Mttts Wednesdays at 7:45:
we have been self,centered, refusing Titusvllltf! Barracks 1196, Veteran made during the putleal' Ann Keel, treasurer; Mrs Beulah topnotch publicity gal was 605 Indian River Ave.
selected as the "itlrlof.theyear"and
for a long time to believe Installs At Luncheon of World War 1, will hqlJ ) Feagan corresponding secretary;
Ann Fuller the "pledgeolthe.year" I
that the Earth Is not the center its monthly meeting on Wednesday Chris McNealy, recording secretary Everyone Welcome
of the Universe, nor is our gal Installation of Officers of St. In a floral, arrangement/ at the at tiie: American Legion Members present were Mrs and Mrs. Slccman, extension .
Teresa's Catholic Woman' Club head table. Club. The auxiliary will meet at Mary Jo Ungcr, Mrs. Dianu officer Additional Information

axy.Mr.. Ellis related the scientific was held recently at a luncheonat Rev. Father John B. O'llare, the Mme time Both meetingswill Rohlnson, Mrs. Patterson Miss Dennis Mahan, teen,age son of I II 267-326' I

explanation of the beginning of the Chanticleer Inn. Install pastor gave the Invocation and follow a covered dlbh din-. 1 Doris Hooker, Mrs Griffith and Most of the elementary school Mr. and Mri. George: Mahan of
tile Universe to the Biblical description ing officer was Mrs Chester J. closing bleislng. ner nt 1.30:: p.m. e Mrs Ann Lyle, sponsor PTA groups will be Installing officers I f!
of the Creation. He said Kazmlcrctak, President of the Monday evening during
that God is the center of the Orlando Central Deanery of the Welcome Wagon their last meeting of the school

Universe, and that It was Ha who Diocesan Council of Catholic Wo P EO Members Attend State year At Whispering Hills School Genii! !
set it in motion, in perfect pre men Begins New Year Mrs Jeanne Pecha will be Installed (

cision. He explained how graviinitnrui Those assuming new posts as president along with
pull causal: tiny atoms were: Convention At Orlando Mra. Don Frysllc new president Mrs. Ruth Duff first vice,president Why line Why age? Why vanish wrinkles for threeor

of hydrogen gas to come tl). of Gateway Welcome Wagon Murray Swann, second even 8 hours? Wipe them away twenty-four hoursa
Mrs. James E. Vevera, President
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Club will at
preside a meeting
gesther, eventually forming the ; Mrs William Gardner Severn! members of Titus- eat In ISoO. by seven college girls of that group when they meet vice Pfarr president; Mrs Dolores day. Correct them DON'T HIDE them Let fa
I secretary and Mri. Car
celestial stars Mr.bodies Ellis winch then we comparedthe see are Vice-Prealdent! ; Mrs. Charles E. vilic's two PEO chapters attendid at low Wesleyan College: for the first executive board olyn Sandusky, treasurer. "GENII" work before your eyes. A Jean Graham
Brown, Recording. Secretary tho 37th annual Product.
Florida State
trust required for man tot ; Mount l'IoIl1anl..lowa. It Is now aeulon beginning a new year on Following the installation first I
Mrs John V.
Moquin, Corresponding PEO convention held April 30 Wednesday May 6, at the grade students of Mrs David
-hurl a rocket to the moon, to an International organization INDIAN RIVER
Secretary and Mr, hon. REXALL DRUGS
I to May :2 at the Hubert Meyer off'; Friendship Room of Fleet Fed Boyd will present a Tom Thumb
the energy It took God'to' hurl *
,aid 0 I, Moretto, Trea urlli. neaily 1504)00) members.) INDIAN RIVER PLAZA
Hotel In Oilundo. ,
(he Universe Into motion, con-: I eral Savings and Loan Associa Wedding for the audience.

tluding that we mubt put our Mrs. Ksiiniercuk Installed the Delegatesrum Chapter Z of Major Objective's of;',PEO Is tion.
ev faith, hope, and trust In God, not new officer with a most inipres- St. Teresa's Home and School
Tltusvi'lv' were Mis. A Max to provida Increased opportunities The
new
man and enter eternity through she ceremony during which she president requests Association wll meet tonght at 8 i
.. the church. presented each new officer with hewer and Mrs Ed Willis, for higher education for wo- that all old and new officers be p.m. In classroom "7", Highlight

Thomas a yellow rose, and they In turn while delegates from ChapterBT men. This I Is being accomplished present for this Important meeting of the evening will be election A La Marick Salon {is always near you!
Mr Lyons, past president /
were Mrs Glen Chapmanand .
offered their Into the of
of the Melbourne! GaUie rose armsof through a loan fund, a junior ,officers.
the president aa a promise of Mrs Wm. Walker Melbourne-Cocoa-Orlando-Daytona Beach
Branch of AAUW and sponsor of college and scholarships for for Committee heads will be ap ,
the newly organized Titusvllle her fitness fur her duties as an Other ,member who attended pointed at this time More elections; Mask and TITUSVILLE
officer The newly elected t'Jii:1.tudents.: and a discussion : Open 9 am to 9 pm Monday thru !
: :Branch was Introduced by Mrs. rrf'a'Idrnt t' e session luncheon and banquet will be held on future Hammer Players will elect new
( Mrs. James Vevera, then officers during their Friday; Saturday 'Til 6 pm.mol.r .
regular
Ihomas W, Jetton, President. wets Mrs. Heniy: Goethe Nearly $7 million has been fund-raising projects.
: Mrs. Lyons Is campaign/ manager placet the bouquet of roses bo- Mrs W. D. Wilson Mrs. Jeanie loaned to more thun 14,000 meeting tonight: at 8 p.m. In the
a for Mrs John Fibber, an fore the statute of Our Lady or Friendship! Room of First Federal
Poppers and Mis. It II. Hudson, r
Good Counsel which young women over the past 53
was centered ? Savings: and Loan. / Si
AAUW member who is a candi.date RITURN FROM ABROAD h Way/ Wth
years Tile loan fund is available
Dr. ,
: for School Board. She told W II Kadal, president of
: how Mrs. Fisher was encourage! EedtllnefleM, Mrs J, D Drown Florida Prejliylerlau College at to local girls attending:! colleges, Mr. and Mrs Howard Parker, Titusvill, Little Theatre will
U to enter politic by the LeglslatIve : Mr. and Mrs. J. Carney, Mr and, SI. Petersburg, delivered the Junior colleges and universities Mrs. Woodrow Asheraft and hire meet Tuesday<< at 8 In their build -.-
Study Group of the Melbourne Mrs William Clark, Mr. an'I I pilnelpal address at Friday throughout the btute. Recom- L C, Crofton of Titusville, and, ing on Brown Street to elect of. Color :
.Eau Gallie Branch. Mrs Bossy, Mr and Mrs. Henry night's bunquc-t. Representatives mcml.ilirn tOt such loans must Mrs. Alys Donnlcz of Orlando returned Seers for the forthcoming, ses-

: Attending' the dinner meetingwere C. Ford, Mr. and Mrs Thomas of the Supreme' Chapter was be made through local chapters.The Saturday afternoon from son TLT Is currently in rehearsal rlr '.
Rev. and Mrs Charles W. Jetton, Mr and Mrs. Thornu Mrs W M. Wood of Houston, and an eight-weeks' voyage which for Gaslight: which has Ken can \ \\\t ti
: Bates, Mr. and Mrs Samuel Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mathrny Texan who Is chairman of tho group Junior owns supports took them to the Mcditeranncan Morton and Ethel Sego in the i ''accent's. V I '
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www At Sherrer Mrs. P-n Storey, Mr. send a gill to the college on a What Summer- your ,!
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Mini LoniM Gribblo Business!

Education instruct at Brevard -
Junior College!: hn Men awarded
a full year! Mhwship and asilstanUhlp '
for study, it the tlnlvermly .
of I'ilLsb irnh. i'9-
Mini Cribblo will bruin her

itudiri in the field of Hislnoij l . .
film'at Ion thl* Septcuta'r| She < ---- -
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will be on I year'i leave from AT TIlE MOVIES This might seem like a strange timeto
wM her present position at the Junior play violin concerto, but then again Peter Seller
I college Is known to do strange things. The rather puzzled lovely

I "wwula.wr According to Ed llawird, lady Is Capucine, and they both appear In the delightful
chairman of the Division of Dim comedy "The rink Panther" ," which opened at the florIda -

Inca at the college, Miss Crib Theatre Sunday for a 4-day run.
blc'i aeleitlnn for thin study

r., r ?Tpt grant Is "an honor and,I UI11'xcl'l.I MISTER BREGER
led opportunity| | for a business educator -
.. r A to acquire I'XllI'rh'nl'I'1
from some of the nut ion'i leading

business cduratori, notably Dr.

D D. LI'"sl'nbl'rry, Ir. Kolert

n ro1k-N f p4,.. r v'sA Grubbs and Pr di-orge Ankr
v g) ion"*.

Nina dribble Turned her Mast

tn Degree from Middle Ti'nnen,
see Slate College!: and haM done
graduate work at George 11 a.
body College. llir duties at Bie, .
yard Junior College: connl.st of
serving ai instructor In the field

SI iP f lq of Business Education, chairman
of the family welfare committee.
i 5 + t.r 1 M r w and member of the admlnU

..FW 1, trative council fur the college,
n ,1' rr W our, ". Recently nho was appointedto "
; b nerve on the Coinnilimlm on
i Sac faculty Affairs in the Florida

Ainoclallon of Public Junior Collifiei .
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J at their meeting in Day. 4
tuna Brach. She li a member of

various Delation business including education the Horlda an : : I I"A Y...

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I OUC TO DOUBLE FUEL OIL STORAGE FACILITIES A second 3V4 reserve requirements of the present OUC expansion program( The storage tlonal Business- Teachers ASHOClation '
customer here want to know I if he return
'' : million gallon fuel oil storage tank has recently been completed at the facilities will make u possible for the Orlando Utilities to( supply powerto can '
I. Orlando Utilities' Indian River Plant according to Curtis H. Stanton OUC the city at normal output for 30 days I iA"" 'the event of a curtailment of ono! of our salesgirls he married recently ;

I executive vice president. The addition increases the total storage capacity the fuel supply. Three water tanks at the right are used to meet the Keel InsuranceIn

J of the plant to 7 million gallons and was necessitated by the additional water requirements of the Indian River Plal'tt.RECEIVES Two From Hero Enjoy Greek Holiday Event

New Offices Among the otumirli enjoyingthe Skhtirj, while there had the
rl L Parents Students Invited To THS Tonight
Crock Banter ftHlivltlci at opportunity to go aboard a
Turpin Springs over the wcik rp >nre! toht and to lee the methods
ville School Invited to Keel Inmiranre Agency, Inc,
Parent and students at Titus. High are
t end Van S'eburg' and Ceo which the largest
were by sponge I
announced the opining of new
attend an faculty meeting:
open
i'go QiiliinU of TltubVllIu. fli'c't In thu world gather sponges
In the school library starting it E and larger offices at Magnolia
730 tonight. Office I'luia, 300 Magnolia Ave? The Greek Faster llilidayi begun film the ma floor' of the Gulf of

r Dr. Robert B. HogueOptometrist : i In the Indian hirer City area of May: .1 through .May 3, Me xlco
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Fr F-- be a discussion of Implements They Invite their many Hindu f
tlon of the space plan, the pro- and the general public to visit CITY OF TITUSVILLE
Announces the new ecu Inn of registration; the phas them in their new quaitinMMK .

location of his office Ing of students and the program r"i ---, 5. or- -,. -tl-.-ft.N -: Notice Of Public Hearing

.>f guidance i Hi.I : !I. hrn-ty llnl I |mrluunt
inPIRTLE la II,. tliml! ; Iui-i's, :: if rur.rlnnrr. .: limo City of Tltutvill will hold a public during on Tuesday,
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I PLAZA Curriculum guides will be I .. In tun <.lt'" ill tiuil if Ihr May 12, If64, at 7il p.m. In the Council Room to ho.r Intorottod
available\ for parents and lulu Nlnlh Jullilal. CI."mi. ,In mil far. port*"* In regard to an application lo ,non the following described
Titusville, Fla HnvMrl' fusel HiirlU, In ( hull
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dent of ninth at llirk. 1 :i ; .; .. from Iti RU.I
grade r wry N" II.Kli,: Ihr un li>r l n lllitrk property present (county) cloiilficatlon to
r-? Pfflte, Hour Phone. way who will move,to THS'.next L 1 will' xll tin |"r"loriy' illu. .ic AM 7 If IS mil <
f :00":0': In o inly dn'rllxvl I II a'
.. k full, I I."t rlivrn 'III. murk I wvcn (7t.
In INKIClDCIh) : I m Ml''r NCI I. a.uhdlvbtun This application has hero morfo by H, L. Birbor for property
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Mind I. Hut II"ik 19 111 I I' UMl
DAVIS LAWN SPRAY : nf .Ihn 1'111011.I Urn."rill utII. load dotcrlptiun of which lit Let II, 11 of Block f. Plot of Indian
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wlNW Nitlhnr' wih .11 mru,.t,,,.. and River City ai In Plat Book 4, pate 12, Public Records of leopard
Inllruravnnnla new ant h.r..ft.r o. County, Florida
STOMP fM raid Iona .nl flilvrM all..a'h.d l
Chinch Ui.rrto, ..ll I ill rtiil I '
r.wl.; and pnllla\I '."II'tI":: : inacnu. A public hearing' will be hold before 'the Planning and Zoning
i ir'
TN/ Bugs from' .nh'' ,1urnlw'n" all of CommUilon o, ,IfH
on Wednesday, May
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loin, d"tl.\ln.! in.I the h.h..d"m I
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by Margaret Cooper
Worms ; v.mlliiili IrrlnHilm' air' mntllln.Ins n ,
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and iawur ov.t.m. mn'hln.a City Clork
millHnifiminui, ml, a"i,,iriinfur '
,. Fertilization SCHOLARSHIPS pictured Junior College Not pictured Is an addi- .n.... whirnow an oar m.e, h..'.. May 4 (Mon), 1M4
p.rl.In| '11 ,'"r b. unrA I wllh. In.
are students of Brevard Junior College tional scholarship recipient, Dolores Jenkins en It, ahuul .hi/ pnni..n ova.lhnush .
, ; I rMs the The above students (Fry h. ".'.uhool It' d..I.'ho.hl. -- -
been scholar
who have during
1 -I' recipients past won .. .. puhllu' n1., is $tho "'.h..'
_. year of scholarships provided by various ships from Titusville Junior Woman's ..,1 I...., blddur. f"c ....h al Isaa" '
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I II community civic organizations( From left Club Kiwanis Club of West Cocoa; Cocoa n''k M.' IIW4/Nn, lit n Mi on trim the lent IIMh Ion I."r nly of CITY OF TITUSVILLE

Our Bank Is Taking On A New are Gary Hod rick, Titusville; Barbara Hep Junior Woman Club and Cocoa Rotary 'TI Ih.iivillx llifv.rl. n.Taunt.rlliI ., ('uurlh"nnr In
burn, Titusville; Martha Jo( Courson, Cocoa Club. Hendrick and Miss Courson will \11'1'I' II. IIARNKMInrk ,/ :''' Notice Of Public Hearing
I ; Robert Thigpen, Merritt Island; and graduate on May 29:), 1964 Both have
Mrs. Betty Sargent, representing the officeof achieved better than "B' grade average I*'I,my tl"rk of hold
.Of'IIT 01,51,1 The City Tltuiv lie will a public hearing M Tuesday,
Student Personnel Services at Brevard en all work at the Junior College Mny 4 fM".1 1'11I1. May 12, W4, at 7:30: p.m. In the Council Room 1o hoar Int.r.....
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r aI Optimist Club Will Meet Wednesday Night scribed property from lit present RU 1 (county) classification
I 1 to ..nd3 (city) claitlflcatlon/ to allow .".rtmen'l.'
Next In a series of meetings. he lit 1,1,I it 730: p m. at 12.:,
Court This application hat boon made by Wuetmoff Company 11
being held In regard to the fir Kings ,
I Florida, Inc., for property on the out by Sun Valley Blvd, north
of ._..
motion of Optimist Club
un by Pint Terrace South by Second Terrace, the logo! doicrlptlo4, )
Tilimvllc, will be held Wednesday "W1I of which I II Lot 1 through 10, Block U, Sun Valley lull I"I, _
ADDING; MACIIINE l : ROLLS ""I"
Your CONVENIENCE instead, of Tuesday ,I
The Wednesday meeting will Z5c: cock "l the Star-Allvllcal. iL. E. ,Itiob) TINDALL'A ., A public hearing will be held before the Planning and Zoning
Commission" on Wednesday, May f, .M44. .
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i Eifl j ltlJ l741 I I C R v RI by Margaret' Cooper, a

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CITY OF TITUSVILLE

PLEASE BEAR WITH US Notice Of Public =
t J L. E. (Bob) TINDALL IS QUALIFIED-ha. H years enperl HearingThe
WHILE WE ADD. Inc. In low onftrcomen under Sheriff' Williams, Dunn. Clark
A Chief of Police of India.
and the administration *
.present Tuotday:
City of Tlruiville will hold a public hearing on
i Untie, with Melbourne and Ocala Police Doptt and In Otceola
C.. under Sheriff Tindall May 12. W4, at 7:30: p."m. In the Council Room to hoar Interest
Feet off
5.000 Square
the' 'following do*
portont In regard t* ." application" to noose
of
Floor SKILLED In handling mon and money a auporvlsor can
I Space tructlon with Batson and Cook.. and with Blount ',e.. Construe- scribed property from Ha present BUI I (county) classification t.I .
100% Mere Teller Space lion Company B.1 (city) claislflotlon to allow plate glass retail salts. '

HONIST In all his career, waging e campaign financed by Corporation
New Modern Parking Facllltlee mall donation from the people of Brevard County who went This application" ha* boon made by Donwrlght
." heneit Sheriff. for property located on the west aide of Hopkins Avenue (Magi
i Devoted. to the concept of service t* the people. believing that nolla) the legal description o* which 1st that part o, Let 3, south
the Sheriff" Dept. should not only" enforce the' law but should. of the outh line of Let 2, and all of Lot 4 and 7 thru 1 U Inclujslve
We at STEREO STORE are proud. of .... quality TV repair work airs. all tho people of BrovorJ That the BARS belong on the Block I, and Lets 4 thru I Inclusive, Block 10, Delosplne
National I Bank our shop turns out To make TV viewing more pleasurable, for fail not en the Sheriff* office Courts according to the plat recorded In PS 4, Pf M, Public
I First all the family keep It In tip. top shape by bringing it to u,. Let us ACTIVI In Youth Work and pledged t* fight for YOUTH ACT- Record of Brevard County Florida.
also anew you the newett In console and portable models new IVITY CENTERS throughout .... county .
i TITUSVILLE ST FLORIDA for 'M A public .hearing" will. be held before the Planning and Zoning
VOTE FOR 4, W4 t
Cemmlaslen' on Wednesday May
WASHINGTON and PINE STS.

I tat In Nam..1st In S.rvlaYour Full Serrlce Bank CITY OF TITUSVILLI j i iIIy
TINDALLFOR
L E. "Bob"
Not Th. Oldest. Not The Large But The BESTI Margaret Cope( I

j North Brevard Only Home-Owned Bank! 407 SALES-SERVICE YOUR SHERIFF City Clerk

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Roberts, Sprint Medley ENDORSE AND URGE YOU TO SUPPORTDiCKINSON



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Relay Team To StateMaury

FRED, "BUD" ,

Robert and the sprint In the low and Danny Miller placing team tying with West Palm
medley relay team from Titus- third. Walt Robldoux took a Beach for first place.
ville. along with 10 athlctei from third In the discus and the TI.IIcr' Eau Gallic's Callaway was the
Cocoa: and Melbourne qualifiedfor individual star In the Clan A
mile team placed
the Slate Class AA track relay
Regional meet In Daytona Beach,
meet which will be held in third. collecting 16 points In winning the
Gainesville Saturday Larry Adam of Melbourne low hurdles and high jump
Eau Gallic'a brilliant Clive won third In the pole vault and Callaway, took the 180 low hurdles '
Callaway led Eau Gallie'a fieldof high jump with Dan Garvey winning with a time of 21S. He TO BE FLORIDA'S NEXT GOVERNOR
nice athletes who qualified for the high jump with S'll". jumped 5'10" In the high jump.
Hie Clan A meet David Hale took second in the Eau Gillie also placed first
The AA regional were held In High hurdles, Jeff Vaughn aec with* Horschel and Mock In the
West Palm Beach Friday evening ond in the half-mile and Peter mile; second place 880 relay
while the Clan A Regional Snell won the 440 In 51.4. team; second with the sprint
were run In Daytona Beach Dunn of Satellite Beach placed medley relay team, Ahart In the
Roberta, Tltusvllle's mller rana second In the 220, and the Storp- 880; Cowart In the 220; and HOUR- IN THE BELIEF THAT
:30,2: second place behind rival ions also qualified their 880 relay er in the pole vault. :
Dave Bruner of Cocoa who
ran a 4:29.1.: Roberta led the race .
for the first three lope until limner 15 Different Events Set For Big. I
outsprintcd him on the last "

220 hit yarda best comebacks Roberts made of the one sea of- Annual Horse Show In Mims May 11 I e Bud Dickinson has displayed greater awareness and understanding of
eon losing only by three itepa
The sprint medley team Gene North Brevard Horsemen' flag race Scientific and its Florida.
: Technology, importance to ,
Melvin, Sandy Loveless, Clifford Club will have Its 2nd Annual Ribbons will be awarded in .
Cooper and Dennis Morris lied Spring Horse Show May 17, Com each of the events
for second with Palm Beach run mittee Chairman Bill\ Duff announced The North Brevard Horseman'sClub
ning a 2:05.2: one of their fastest today. arena is located.on Tomato '
times of the year. Winning time The show will offer IS different Farm Road off stats road 48, one 2.
was 2:04.9: run by Fort Plerce'i events with M. O. Hulsey of mile west of Mims.Parkway Bud Dickinson has demonstrated a greater understanding of the ::
relay team. Tampa judging
Sandy ,Loveless placed fourthin over-all problems of the, entire state.
club officials are
the finals of the low hurdles This year Track
and then ran a IS,6 In the third estimating at least 300 people will k
heat of the high hurdles but failed enter the show.
I to qualify. Loveless ran a 21.3 Ths Mima Volunteer Fire Department Meet CanceledParkway
In the 180 lows. will have their annual 3.
Tom Ream jumped 19'8'"" In fish fry with W. S. "Pappy" Juncir High's track Bud Dickinson will give Florida the dynamic leadership and future
the broad Jump, however, IfllO" Austin leading the cooking brigade
qualified for the finals. noon meet with scheduled Southwest Friday In Eau after.Gal- planning required to make the progress that you want in the years ahead.
"Ream also ran a 2:022 lu the Following classes will be offered .
lie was canceled due to In
880, placing fifth Melbourne's : Wealing colts and fillies, clement weather and has been
Vaughn ran second In the 880, junior western pleasure, junior rescheduled for Tuesday
while Harrison of Vera Beach pole bending, junior english .. ,
rtm a 2:00: to win the event pleasure, senior english pleasure, The dual meet will be Park \
J Cocoa placed four boys andrtlay a junior english equitation, senior way's final contest of the regular '
team In the top three spots english equitation, reining, Jun. season, however, the county Goodman : :
M. I. T. B. Ellerbee
to qualify for the State meet with for western horsemanship, sen track meet will be held Saturday H. H, Schomburg, Jr.
John Tucker winning the high lor western horsemanship, junior morning In Cocoa at 10, climaxing ,
hurdles In U.2 and placing second cloverleaf, senior cloverleaf and the '64 campaign "

I W. Mikesell, Jr. Odis DickeyR. t William Lewis

... ELECT.
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t'. l I Am W. S. "Pappy" Austin R. E E. Jacobs F. Cooper A. S. Stelianos
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1 Twenty year resident of Brevard County! I have
I ," I seen and encouraged the tremendou. growth of Bud PrekupHal Pat BrannonRichard Bill Doelch, Jr.

,., i I the past twelve years. I have) cherished the privilege

; of being an active citizen of booming Br.. '
Simms H. Slolller Mary Flanagan
W. S. "Pippy" Austin yard.


Experienced My far Interest back.In I community have alway.and taken county pride affairs In dates the. Frank H. Meridilh Donald R. Maiden Richard E. Hartman

Qualified
progress we have mad. yet disturbed at time.

Dependable at the "cost of progress" for the taxpayer James R. Duffel, Phd Phyllis H. Marienlhal Jean E., Nealey

I have been In the building material business) for a numb.r of years

and have seen numerous unfair practices. I have always deeply detested
Bea Bauer Albert H. Horn Jack WilesA.
"Favoritism" of any description and when I am elected Your

County Commissioner I will do away with all such practices.

William Vissers Mrs. William Vissers V. Dishman

Wh.n I am elected my present long time position In good standIng .
with Brevard Lumber Company will terminate and my time will
b. completely dvot.d to the FULL TIME JOB OF COUNTY COM Charles L. Carroll Phd George R. BarrowsG. Gerald A. GonsalvesA.

MISSIONER. Any man with normal appetites can easily live on $1.500
a year. If we expect our school teachers and our minister, our two
moat Influential community leaders to live on lest than thl. surely Gordon AllmanR. V. Henry G. Roman
a commissioner can live on $7,500.


Brevard County Needs A Full-Time County Commissioner Froals 1 I t John 0. GrayH. ; Robert Golcher

My interest in youth and recreation speaks for itself. Over the ::
past three year* I have led some TOO boys in an outstanding Little os \
League Program When some said "We cannot get the property nor w. J. Slone H. Nichols C. M. BrimerE.
the facilities for a Little League Park" my determination was a anot ;
affected Today we have one of Brevard finest Little League

ATIONAL Parks Brevard'a This MUCH FACILITIES same NEEDED unselfish, determination, MUCH NEGLECTED will Increase and, RECRE Improve D. A. Roesch J. R. Pellers E. R. Brecken


In Closing My Interest In community and County has not
been limited to the secular. I have been and still im a long time M. J. PlomerB. R. S. MizellC. R. S, Spain
active member of the Mime Methodist Church. Through the years
/ I have served on numerous boards, commissions and committees.At .
our most recent quarterly conference my church elected me toe
m the I-ayleader"highest.place For of this service I am given very grateful.to a layman "The Office of W. Falig F. Dunn ; ,' J. (C. Wegendf


: WHEN I AM ELECTED YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONE I WILL PROVE BE. J. M. Barnhart 1
Ben AndersonPol.
James T. Weld** IK Col.
: YOND DOUBT THAT A CHRISTIAN CAN BE EFFECTIVELY INVOLVED IN ,
POLITICS. I

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,1 ,q ..d A stadium.packed crowd witnessed Beavers, striking out 13 batter
the opening of the Titus.ville' and giving up only two ruble
Uttle League season Friday while Mint horn and Paige hurl
::1 ro .I 4 nlxht. for the Tigers, giving/ up thee

Ie Recreation, Department In Llttltf League; the Lion de riles to Kelly, Holland and Sam
(J1lnee. Hand fcbor City feated the Bears 4 2 In the first Ion; *
HughM Sparti Came and the Heaven defeated Scoring for the' Tiger war

Tiger, 32 In the lecond tilt Paige and Kjle.

Columbus took off''' the Atlantic Ocean, while the Giant were blanked In Saturday League competItion
When across
Sailing in vessel that I would be afraid. to ride down the DO by the Indiana and the Yank Ream pitched the Bobcatto
[ a Varied the Braves, 10.0 In fou
Wide rea tromped a 1M win striking out
1 Indian River without sinking, he probably' his crew, after Active In: Program I'ony League compel It Ion. and giving up only one hit.

I 30 days of floating and no visible signs"'of land. something In the Senior Division/ the Monk was the losing pitcher i
.like
this: Giants, League defending champ
V lie slnuk out one and walked Iflf,
"It's gonna take time to reach Miami Beach, Florida Friday during the1 1recrl'ation." This Includes\ "Rec camps for both boys and girls ions were defeated SO, mainlyby Scoring for the Bobcat waf
asides we have to Rive Ponce DeLeon and the Indians Tltimvlllc' first City Recreation day through clinic pitcher Wayne Bingham, who
has been week from 3:30: to S p.m., on the! reation Through Sports and This will offer a baseball Sunder; Raggett, Ream, Bald
{adequate time to prepare a welcoming party. Department Student must furnish" for the boys and also a softball hurled a no-hitter and struck out Icy, MrDnnlelsj Garrett, DltklnJ\ '
if 1 I can see him now, standing on the plank, his hands greeted with open arm and TIIS courts. and the Athletics Recreation through the clinic for the girls, along with 10 player In four Inning son and Dlgson. 'f

I tied behind him and a rope around his neck not taking enthusiasm since the operation. their own department'will rackets'r furnIsh Arts, Recreation Through Dr.- Instruction In other type of Eleven players batted la the The Bobcat scored seven run

]any chances. started Young twtf and month energetic ago.Jack Miller recrdatum the tennia ball*. /: stirs." Each of the recreational sport third Inning, searing six runs. lilt'the' first Inning and four In tn<

"Now see here fellows'' "C lumbus pleaded as the sharks 'phases will offer activities during Aside from working thrnurch': Ringham: scored two runs onRinglet third.
the high
who stepped into one of tho According to Miller, } panttherl
with Dunbar, Bingham,
his heels the at his whiskers. the Milli-r I I. also : The Tiger defeated the'
nipped at and pelicans tugged fastest growing cities In the Un light: of tho week will be Ii: the six weeks program city department Knowles, Adklnson, Lee and
j "Its gonna take time. YoCt cdn't expect to roast a pig in five ited States and with little funds adult singles Championship "One of the outstanding( aspects helping other organizations) Drown also scoring for the ( 14-1 behind the pitching of

I minutes, any fool knows charcoaled broiled sows ears are and a small office, brought rccre- Tournament. It will be open to of the summer, program throughout the city plan their Giants. Swope. He gave up one hit, and;
cooked. So don't get all will be the Introduction of the lie worked with the struck out six. (J'
f terrible if they're not completely Ilion out of the alley and vacant anyone over 20 year of age programs Another pitching duel prevailed
shook Besides missiles shoot down U2 Mall fry This activity Titusville Little( League organization Scoring for the Tiger Wit
I up. Castro only Iota and organized It Intoa and residents of this area. program. In the second betweenthe !
planes. don't bother with boats. Especially mine. twill offer supervision for young- varloua women' clults same McCarthy, Rudolph, Rlgell, Lo:
They supervised system that I III taking now
Along with the program Yankee and Braves as Preston
Like I said fellows, Don't get'all shook, we'll get land yet. leaps and bounds toward success. underway and in planning stage p>len ages 46 every morning, and many more trying to utilize Grimm struck out 14 players gas, Davidson, Swope, Futch and t,
Charvet.
Monday through Frldsy durin! alt of the space available.
Mark word. We'll reach land. .
my is an extensive summer pro and cave up no hit*. \
Land. gram. Miller said he hopes to of. 4hc summer program. The participants He la employing Titusville High'School The Yankee scored two'runs In Early Risers .
from
Coming to Titusvlllc will take In wide
Simply earth surrounded by* water. fIr such a variety of activities part a students to help supervise the second, two In the third, and
To Columbus, it could mean life. Land may prove the HalncS! City where he hundreds supervised: of that every child will participate' variety of organIzed aa mel and the program and this suirimer six In the! sixth for this win.Dlankt'nshlp High Individual game: Rote

earth was round and not flat and square, that'is, if his boat a program Involving In at least one of them. special events will also have a student employs pitched for the George, 174; Myrna Baggctt, IMS/
student the Recreation
24-year-old
and crew would only hold together. Theme of tho summer program'will g Another feature on the summer meet service to help younghtcrr Brave. High Individual ,aerie' RutH'
Director shuffled paper slate will be athletic day obtain Job*. George, 473, Myrna Baggctt, 421?
ofNationdls
Land hasn't changed a bit. Most of it has been discov- around the slightly overcrowded be "the many phases Bobbins pitched for the' Bears '
In the Ion, striking out 12 hat. High team game; You Devil,
ered except for the ocean islands which"occasionally come city hall, later secured his
out of the water and then settle down again. tern; while' Hoffman won for the 545.Hfgh
own office above the fire department Jokers
team series 155<
There's such thing as abundance' of land in the Lions. :
no and Immediately wentto
Lose Pair Split converted(): Cctty M
Scoring for the Lions
<< was
United States Florida Brevard County or Titusville. One
work( informing area residents Oaiighey( S10.llutlor .
Hoffman, and Ever man,
Strenth
of our beaches is now closed because NASA needs land. that a recreation department IIt.nIIM. "''.. ...
is be- the latter with two runs. you u..vU. all 55Jak.r.
The Titusville Recreation Department hampered was In the making.
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In the second Little League 2\\ It.
cause, when the city has no land, that means no baseball Immediately, he came up with Smiles '

fields which in turn means no baseball players, which in Ideas, which some people thdught To Martin Unioneers game, Johns pitched for the_.....! ..null. __ 14_ 54

turn, means youngsters on the streets, which in turn means wouldn't work, but he continuedhis I

trouble at the police station and eventually means trouble plans, knowing they wouldbe

In City Hall. successful with some assist Nine errors In the second Inn used Gulhrle on the mound, who by Martlndale.
This city is growing so fast that it's nearly impossibleto ance end! the proper representation ing accounted for seven runs anda has IS straight wins In the Central Butch Crammer pitched the

keep up with the trends. 94 defeat In the first game ofa Florida league!! but he almost second game for the National

'. Politics are in art uproar, houses aVe being built faster First came a supervised playground double header here Sunday, got Ills first loss when the. giving tin only four hits while

than people can buy them, roads are impossible to maintain program at Blanton however, an almost perfect sec Nationals were leading going Into Titusvlllc hit Guthrie lor eight/ i
because of the population boom, and the city has no land. Park. Before, It was only a playground ond game went 10 Innings before) the seventh and final Inning, Tho1 N'ntlohuls travel to Or- _
Land is only one problem facing the city today, but for youngster In that the Martin Unlnneers squeezed a' A run was1 squeezed home in Undo, 'Maf' 12 for' a game wltn\ r E:
what I' can they,do. area, however, children from all run home to edge the Titusvlllo1' the seventh. tying the'' score at the Orlandd Flyers. ((8ob'TINDALL)

So invariably the Board of Directors, governing the largest parts of the city are now engagedIn Nationals 43. 33.The Next home game will"bo May .'" 'Oil SHERIFF
tt various activities! which have Unioneers won In the tenthon 17 against Kentucky Fried Chick
Little League in Titusville's History might as well give This la the Nationals third consecutive O
Included a pet show that attract- .n Infield error and a single':/ ed! of Orlando I
up for a while at least on any possibility of acquiring land / loss of the season.in R ., R
build more baseball fields.They've e1' nearly go youngsters, a baton ill C V
tp '
: tried everything except march' on city hall and twirling class, games, etc. the stepped first' game the, plate six men In the In'order IM C I.T I..

M that happens, look out. The Little League has 500 boys, The average playground attendance second Inning and failed to hit Bowling NewsLady I = I
has been 45 while the
1,000 trying to into
consequently, meaning parents squeeze the ball out of the Infield, but
City Hall's already overcrowded headquarters. However, baton twirling class has a total of still reached first base with the
a march on City Hall would not settle the problem but about 100 girls and Is still grow. assistance of four errors. One

cause another. Pride would have to start another clean-up ing. The pet with show the, held In conjunction player was walked and a base Keglers Nelson Ins. Lcaaue .

campaign in the Court House area to clean up debris left supervised bit bunt were the only players
behind following several days of campaigning on the City playground program was represented who reached first base fair. High Individual game: Hazel High/ Individual tame! Vera L. E, (Bob) TINDALL IS QUALIFIED has 11 year experttnc -
Hall lawn. with pooches, snake, turtles Bill Johnson started for tho Carlson, 221; Betty Mutllngly, Wilson, 200, and 204. In law enforcement under Sheriff Williams, Dunn, Clark
The why the City of Titusville cannot supply eats and many more creature In the first 208J and mo present administration: As Chl.f I of Police of India-
reason Nationals game
*, but it too was successful. High Individual series: Vera Untie, with r: Molbourn and Ocal Polls' Dept and In Osctol
Little Leaguers with more baseball parks is because they Aside from the playground, a pitched good ball, but his team. High Individual series: Vera WluM.il, GOO) ; Rosemary Welch, Co. under Sheriff Tlndall.
don't have this land. This city has never owned much land. mate accounted for moat of the
Kunisch 531. 530
softball league has been started, Wilson, 593; Kitty SKILLED In handling mon and money a* supervisor el construction
To go out and buy land is almost beyond question. It's plus a city volleyball league. A Unioneers run. High team game: Burger King, with Batten and Cook and with" Blount Br.,, Construe .
valued around $3,000 Few people will donate reletved''' High team game: Budwelaer
at per acre. new ball field wa constructed Jim Lukewater 704. lion Company. .
land for recreation purposes.So behind Riverview Elementary Johnson after he gave up two No.2'alk! Metropolitan', 358. 1. HONIST In all his career, waging a campaign financed by
to settle the problem simply make land. Go out and School for facilities and another straight hits In the second and High team' series; Merrill' High team series: Budwtlser small donations from the people of Brovard County wee want
Acct. Service/ 2096.! No. 2 and Metropolitan, 1038'( : art honest" Sheriff
manufacture a couple of sections.That's new baseball park was built in then finished the lame, giving up'three .
Split converted; Kitty Kunisch lluitwrlwr No. I SO SIHll.lwHwr DeVoto' to the concept of service lo the people, believing that
what they're doing. hits, striking out eight and ., S4'
Indian River Heights! In South Ti- No 1 611'* !
the law but should
only enforce
Sheriff' should not
Whether or not the Little League will get a baseball fieldon tusville for Pony League use In allowing only one earned run In'' S-10; Gerrlo Rennle, 237; Peg Klr.l( Scull N.II..IIt..k rh.vr.iM Mlui 14 SMl al the servrall. I the people Dept of Brevsrd. that the BARS belong en Me
the land has not been definitely said, but just the same, the IRC Little League. seven Innings. Moyer, 315; Jane Dent, 310; Mh.rf.n u.r.lw.rc" 14 B' 111, not on the Sheriff sHies
the of Titusville will have about 35 acres of land northof This start. Scoring for Titusville was Kay Km, Hi; Bet Lust, 57; and ...ll... Melon 15155 BV';
City was only a I... Inn II 42 ACT Vs. In Youth Work and pledgee to (fight for YOUTH ACT
town near the Yacht Basin! sometime next year. It all A ilimnastlcs course attracted Hutch Crammer, who was walked Elouise Norman, 3.10. '-II rood UlanIUIIII 104. 414 imr' CiNTtRJ throughout the county.
4:1110Mo :
depends on how long the pumping and filling requires. about 40 women. and adored on an Infield error MlmiiHiin. Unit I....IH ,.,HcM.ml..r. 4'110 U1U. ?.."
take and Gene Overstreet, who >rrln.ton CI....,. 71) 4S WIIMr 47* 40'4 VOTE FORLE'Bob" '
Getting land for the youngsters is going to time. The department Is sponsoring Mrrrlll. A...!. ...vlp. 74 51 Tom'. r."ulI 41 4JM..lual \
Just like Columbus, he had to stall his crew.That's a learn-to-play-tennii-week, dur tripled In the fourth Inning and JI'h.ril'. Alrcnft 10.. .... 45 47
exactly what the city of Titusville has to do, until ing May 3.8. This will be a series scored on a bunt by Bobby Ev irti.ffnr'Hur. Klni Pt.e5| Hardware 14 12 U MlWmlvrn 1I.r.o, .05ur.. Prepea 404 45'4' 4711IlIuhurto. 474MI.
of clinic Aulo 71* MHChnrrydon ..'. 14,5I. 40 4' TINDALL
they completely study the needs and wants of the peoplein daily taught by ans.Vie ,....
Mobile Homxi 5A'4 HI 4 a Inea 44 45M.Irepoiile.
Larklns and Gene Over-
Frank Tomdale, Tilusvillc High ., M .
this area. 'uller' mor Inn. IS* .Ir. Ind 4u'4'' 515515.y'
reached the but to his School tennis coach and Nancy street were .the only National Pin. Gr"v. inn 55'! 0 DO* 41' n Fort 1
Columbus snores surprise
finally ,
''K..I In.u..."". fit 7ririt key I'fo'a"n' h.. HI 64 YOUR SHERIFF
he wasn't greeted by Ponce DeLeon and Governor Bryant, Youree, physical education Instructor player who got on bile with a N.llon.l/ ( sleek &I" T 6 tI 11..10 YA4 664Meulhtl4a

nor the Peace Marchers his welcoming party was a flag at Parkway Junior High. hit In the first game. rune' .ck'l. c.Lou... .. 44 wnj MClllMll 714M T.r.rn Metaaupply e4 36 55 54Jerk.en's (Pol. Adv Pd. By TlmJall( Campaign Tress.)

and a prayer which he instigated himself. The clinic will be taught Mon In the aecond clash, Orlando Hi an 4m'" 14'" Mints Ih... ...., II S3 ... . HREELECT -
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He persuaded his men to wait can City Hall do the I
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same? tar10 ff ..


Adult Tennis Tourney'' Set FridayThe


First Annual North Bre- provement of the existing tennis Dr. NornMHt

van! Single Adult tennis championship facilities and perhaps build some
will be held Friday eve additional facilities," Recreation .

ning at 7 p,m. it Titusville High Director Jack Miller said. 1


School.Both men' and women' division LaffemdownIIIgh RICEBREVARD
will be included with troptvles 1
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awarded to winners in each Individual game: Sarah 'r >x71 / ,,t : J4 1 .

division. King, 163. 11 Ir p '
Entry fee Is two new tennis High Individual series: Janice

ball per entry.Deadline Laneau, 432. COUNTY :
for entries I.1 12 noon .
High team series: Gutter Rats,
Friday, May Person may enter 11M.
by calling the recreation de. "steed' ..t. 11'.. I..M F SCHOOL BOARD :
pirtment at 2673141. Tb. a-PIn 21. r4
pue.r Rats IS 12 1 I
The Recreation Department Til Bird IS 13
Tb. UnwiHl .- 14 14 DISTRICT 2-DEMOCRAT
Inter. '
enough
hopes to stimulate AS.? c.it i* i* OMETHING ? .
est in tennis to warrant the Im Tb. 1Plni fet MOVING ...


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low coat cover wry-thing *vn 4 Year Stal.;

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I Don't wait another day. 'tnveitfgat!! In Illsudgm.nt Stand For Welfare And

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r... s 1 THuwllle (C..J. ) ,aA Ve.ete Monday, May I, I1F'epsi



I Cola Bottling eo. Brings $I.S Million Promotion To County i


An opportunity to share in a.1.850.01J0 years supply of automobile The 1,850,000 1064 Shopping outlets. Entrants imply fill in their form In the store collection box The local Pepsi.Cola official An extensive advertising and

prize kitty was broughtto equipment and service, 10 Spree Is believed to be one of According to the local Pepsi name and address, the name and Or, it wan pointed out, the entry pointed out that there is no limitto in-store display campaign is plan-
Brevard, Indian River and quarter.hour shopping sprees the largest promotion of its official thousands of food out address of the retail outlet from con be mailed to; Pepsi-Cola the number of entry blanks ned by the local Pepsi.Cola Bottling .
St Lucie Conuty area resident for 10 entire families; 100 gift kind in fie history of American lets service stations and other which the entry blank is obtain Bottling Company of Melbourne, an individual may submit each Company to publicize: the
today when Norman Clewell, certificates' ranting in value buklnuu. More than 150,000 retailers will participate ed, then drop the completed P. O. Box 1089, Melbourne Fla week. 1064 Shopping Spree In this area.
of the Pepsi-Cola Bottling from $1,000 to $100. -
Manager At the statewide level, one ----- ---
prizes will be awarded throughout -
Company of Melbourne announted According to Clewed "The the cxuntry, and more than. lucky Florida shopper will be
of the 1904
Pepsi-Cola sponsorship topping Spree pro- Shopping Spree theme of this ITS will be /given locally by tha awarded a year's supply of groc
motion. national event will be carried Pi'p l-Cula Bottling Company of cries plus a ear's supply of automobile
through on the local level too. Melbourne. The promotion begins equipment and services,
1I1'lli"ht!' of the II week con For our top prizes in the Bre.va'rd April 20 and ends May 30( plus a years supply of Pepsi
test will be the award of the Indian River and St. Lucia In addition to the free local Cola, Teem and Patio Diet Cola
/grand national first prize an County area, we'II be award,ng shopping spinet, Clewell pointedout According to Clewell one entry .
entire family will be set loose in three lucky Individuals IS.10.5. that his company will award can qualify for the local,
the food store of their choice to minute shopping sprees In the 29 prizes each week for six Idle! and national drawings. Official n a.
ihop to their heart i content food stores of their choice. weeks Ranging In value from entry blanks will be available Titusville Shopping Center
absolutely free for one.half Naturally, Pepsi-Cola Bottling $50.00 to $5.00. they will be in at all outlets in this area .
hour. Additionally the grand Company of Melbourne will pickup the form of Gift certificates: re selling Pepsi-Cola, Teem and Store Hours 19 A.M, 8 P.M. rito4vtL6&644u1
national winner will receive a the 'chock"' definable at local participating Patio Diet Cola. M
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prize, 120 other national awards
could be won by local entrants !

They station Include wagons, 10 loaded 1064 Mercury with a I For GOVERNORVOTE )



"Gaslight" Is


Being PreparedBy r -. TUESDAY Mother's Day Sunday, May 10th '


I For
TIT Group


Rrh;ar..als ure well under HENRY ROSENFELD lavishes
way fur TitUBVillo Little The FREDKARL delicate embrodiery from t a
atre's upcoming production of top to bottom on this short d4
"Gail'glit"' according to direct I skeve shirtwaister of easy-care : ;
tors Bob Fitkiring and Rowel I! 100' tortrel polyester Pink, k' 415 %

Ann Crouch The dates of polyester Pink, blue, beige, ,, t 4,
hhnw have been changed to May A mint, maize Sizes 10 to 18
%3. 23, 29 and 30th so as not to :
funflkt with Titusville High 17,98 -. (t <
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Schools production of 'Okla :
koma."

"G ligM" will be the second

show to be produced In TLT iI
new home on Carlyle St., off '.
Brown Ave Many improve Qualified Experienced Able I -
snrnta hove been made since the
fast show and the members plan
summer to continuing work through the (Pol Adv Paid for by Camp; Tress) ''cr


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Ken Morton and Ethel Sego u- -
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will star (In 'Gaslight" as Mr. --
and Mrs. Mannlngham Ken \
will be remembered for his past STORE HOURS 10 AM TO 9 P.M. TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

Walt fcrformancps'., "Oklahoma"In "Anniversary, "Auntie Ii \
fears of Horn fort
Mamc', and 'Guest In the F BIIJ
ilolI o". Ethel, of course, will !' / /
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always be noted for her fabulous r \ If
fortruyal of Aunlle Mamit' In i ,
TIT tint production, "Auntie ind c J //i14fl hll !
Dame" y jjjjvins 1 1a

Supporting role. in this drama

will Siott be Charles performed Brndfleld by Elms and. This: lit: your money-saving May oppoitumty{ to find just the right kind of / ,, ; :; '.

Evelyn Wtinholcl. Roe Crouch Mattress: and Box Springs you want .the choice is wide the quality
will be lighting& direclof for the you'll recognize ot a glance and you can now buy at prices to fit your /
show. Other members of the pocketbook. Don't t miss this cppyrtunity} to save. t \
backstage crew aiu Ed!: Austin,
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utajje! manager, let designer, Sets Advertised Brands \
Complete Nationally
Mary llinson, Lorrlo ,Cardinal sb i;p HENRY ROSENFELD .
and Kay Moran, posters; and styles a strictly feminine
Millie Ramsey and Lila Picker BOX SPRINGS & MATTRESS SALE e '4iru shirtwaist of easy-care
big, propei'tics, t f y f fortiel polyester/cotton
/ 'rd' blend ices it with a w'
Curtain time is 8:13 p.m., and 5,.. aj 4d, ru" touches of embroidery
tickets be obtained from r all
may d Pink, blue, beige, mint,
tlilt> coat or TLT members
to maize Sizes 10 to 18.
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FSU Graduates Several In County


Nosing Around Star-Advocate Florida State University today James Lowell Hughes, BS bus 7

announced the names of 1142 John Robert Smith Jr., B3: so*.
fly Bob Hudson graduates receiving degrees at .
) wcl Robert Durward Cunningham I
;
North
The Vole of 25400 Brerard County Rtaldecta the end of Trimester II.
Just wondering-how I finished. Catherine M. Waltman, BA
man they were They were '
Section B TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 1,1 IU4 Pil. 1-8 Diplomsa were mailed May 1,
who either hain't seen service in the only group out working on Registrar Murray W. Kenna arts and scl.
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the armed forces or to little of It cleanup that we could be on Sat said, to 980 students getting a Merrltt Island Lynda Carla
that he fails to mention It In urday Evidently the weather bachelor's degree, 141 a mailer'sanil '
Doughten, BS ed.; Robert Gene
campaign literature, can liken stopped the others, who were 21 a doctorate Ili'
a five year frontline veteranto planning work. Prayer Amendment Being Considered Commencement ceremonies Carson (Mains/ Cum Laude) B :

an enemy of the United States? arts and act.; Larry E. CUr. I
"Castro", "Hitler" and "Khruthchcv" were held on April la out since Carol Luckert Finis BA arts andart
Brevard County was "full" of grades were nut yet In the diplomas
q are usually titles reserved After year of delay, the pro. Here are a few examples of der God" dcnomlnalljnul l prayer or snipturnl ,
motorcades Noted .
be hailed at tho
on Saturday. could not
I Rot'kludge Perry B. Bell II
for someone who Is an through Titusville those of posed Constitutional Amend the ridiculous: The Attorney General of NewJet..t' reading in public sthools time, ) i
enemy of the U: S, not for a were Doris Drown: BS bus. I ,
t ment to
permit ruled readmit
voluntary prayerin the fourth ) the voluntary
county commission candidatesEd The singingof It's unfortunate that we must By home town the llrevard
Senator of the State of Florida.
Kitties and Gene Roberts, public schools Is finally beIng stanza of the Star Spangled Ban- of the Bible by public schoolchildren County graduates Included:
1 Win lose draw at the to. Constitution Amendment
or polls pass a
senatorial candidates Bernard considered by the House nor has been banned In New was lIIea1.You'd TituKville! Peggy' Jean Hartley Plant Clinic To
morrrow Is, the vile have-tongued candidate Parrish and Jim Dressier and Judiciary Committee, according York public schools because It to slug the National Anthem BS eat Bo Held TuesdayThe
going to to "eat"those think the nation's court .
remarks aomeday, becausewe gubernatorial candidate Fred to Congressman! Ed Gurney. contains the phrases "heaven- hud taken leave of their senses or recite the Pledge) of Allegiancc Coins Henry Fanning Stew 1'
strongly believe In the old Dickinson. E. B. Pirtle toured the rescued land" "the Power that Sominno but apparently it 1 le art, BS arts and, science. : weekly Garden Clinic for 't',
tomorow
Committee
Chairman Emaitucl
may queeSims
saying/ "He who lives by the county In his train, In behalf of hath mode and preserved us as an.ilion the reading of the Declaration Dl'Cellary Cocoa Beach Susan Michele mnnimntal' pUnts will be held
his son's sheriff. Celler of New York refused
sword, dies by the sword". candidacy for ," and "In God Is our ul Independence in public I'etcrs, BS home ec. Tuesday' morning, frum 10 am. i
Police repor traffic was unusjlly to hold hearings on the prayer trust. In\ the words'f RepresentativeFrank Calhl'rlneSl'Iluhl'rt .
Eau Guide Martha
rchoiils\ fur It mentions God in until roam, at tho County CourtHouse "
heavy, and we can easily Becker, the leader In HIP
amendment music ed Mar.
but after 186 members IIME ; II
Bather amused at Die The 'called American Civil the first t sentence in Titusville.
mailing/ see why. so fight to consider the Amendment ,
cd
if the House signed petition il>n Carol Baunibuch, BS ;
piece supporters of two canill-! a Liberties Union filed suit In Los To the de,
rescue the nut Ion from "The Con.lltltiolCll'lrly\ Margaret; ; Ann Van Skulk BAaris Fvrrynno: Is welcome to bring
dates got into the mail late last to force Die proposal out of Angeles, claiming the recitationof ronUhlon, the Prayer Amend- rounds that Smcrr"be separation and art.Indlalsntle

week. It was a typical "Mullet Young Phil Cranncll Jr., student committee, Cellar scheduled 1 the I'lfdge of Allegiance to runt was Introduced last year. t.f cl.urch and state, but It w an Angels Ruth In any plant problems they may

Wrapper" pieces-complete with at the University of Florida, hearings to avoid tile embarrass the Flag is unconstitutional because The amendment\ would per. never intended to separate God Hitcheoik, BS nursing, have, sold, S A. Rose, Assistant

cartoons, articles, etcwIthout Is going to do something that it Includes the words "un nut voluntary listening to non and stale" Melbourne John G. George! Court/ Agricultural Agent.
ment of having the bill taken
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adults will be envious of
many ---= :==-== =- -- --
from him Petition.
by Discharge
Snatcher" "Skillet !
or Mapper" or He's
taking off Thursday for
anything like It. Makes one won Germany, where he'll work for The history of this controversy
der If the authors took Clonnle
the summer. A friend at the University began with the Supreme
Harris advice-that he had registered will also spend the summer Court Decision of 1962, which Brevard
the name in Tallahassee County NewspapersUNANIMOUSLY
there-the friend's parents held thai tne school board In
I and had exclusive use of It.
live in
I Germany and they'rehelping New llydj Park, New York
Would like to tell you readers
Phil get a job.It could nut prescribe a prayer to
this-this
writer has
now per.
should be quite an experience be recited by students.
mission from Clonnle It
to use as for the Florida sophomore.
the title for this column-all He and Ricky Fey were in Since the decision lower

signed sealed and notarized Charlotte NC., last weekend courts attorneys general, and
Think we might just begin to use visiting Lynn Faulk at Queens school boards:! have run off to

It. College. nil extremes,
The "Mullet Wrapper" authorIn ----- ENDORSE
the last city election said it I
"
was dedicated to the truth and DOUGLASS '

we agree-that's what this column DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE \ SENATOR
Is dedicated to. Of course, FOR '

we've seen the truth stretched a ,, Supervisor of I' laa"u. ,'
little here and there in the past "
and also wound around the way RegistrationGeo.
a
a person wishes to wind It. ? 1 .

: FOR RE-ELECTION -

Got to give those Boy Scouts W. DouglassCLARA .
from Troop 95, under the leader.

ship of Scoutmaster Charles Gordon Will GEORGE W. PARRISH FOR STATE SENATE
a lot of credit, This Is a
DO All possible to help citizens register
troop of Negro youths and they (Editorial In Cocoa Tribune, April 28. 1964))
were active most all day Satur Qrganlie the office to give the service deserve '
day, doing/ a wonderful job of you you The Tribune recommends the for not returning him to the a business man he can nee thr- four years as state senator. His

cleanup along Dummitt Avenue u st Practical Methods to Make the privilege of registration 'I nomination and election of State State Senate, where he is respected ough the eyes of a business man accomplishments prove his cap

and South Street They loaded upa a pleasureG Senator Bernard Parrish to the and where his capabilities for the good of all. abilities.
truck, donated by Joe Warrenof ( Ive Complete cooperation to the schools In Voter Education which he has are recognized( by the member Brevard County needs a man Brevard County needs. to re-
Mime with bottles papers, position so ably in both branches of the Legislature of the stature of Senator Bernard tain the services of a man like
YOU the
tt public, know of changes that affect
L your rcgIstration :
administered the three anda
and junk Mrs. Bernice Warren, privilege past Parrish in the State Legis Senator Parrish in the State
clean-up chairman In the Negro Arrange Deputy Registrars in precincts and districts as half years for the 37th Sena- lature. Ills level headedness, Legislature, where he has the

community, was well pleased. provided by lawSant torial District, comprising Semi- Mr:Farrish I;a business l man, his knowledge of county and respect gained
"These young boys don't need to To modernize office functions, nole and Brevard Counties This a citrus grower, a member of state affairs gained through the ough masterfullonduct of his .

r be told what to do-they just do All CIVIC GROUPS and ORGANIZATIONS In. their year the election j it being held to one of the\ oldest; families in TUuiville working associations along these uwnlegltilativ! .-ILle' here.... e,,
It," she said She added that she Save the late We 'your and .w'tl '
to encourage: registration nominate and elt a senator where his father lines and through study of state url/e/ support
was sure that she had some refreshments from Brevard County alone Senator J. J. Parrish, Sr., was vote for this man Brevard Co..
at her home when (Pol. Adv. Pd. by George W Douglas: ) I and county government makes needs to Par
Because Senator Parrish has one of the most respected citrus unty keep Bernard
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------- done an admirable job for the men In Florida, in the citrus him admirably fitted to the post rich In the State Legislature: as

district, we can see no reason world and in state politics. As which he has held for nearly our state senator



i: PARRISH FOR SENATOR I I

VOTE FOR (Editorial Melbourne Tim. April 28, 19U) a, S

State Senator Bernard Parrish entered the Democratic party nicul people, experience in planning for the

has served the 37th Senatorial nomination contest as the first lie has been a member of the future

District in an able manner and step in a bid for re-election. Senate committee for roads) and His opponent in the Primary
highways.This contest is James Dressler
deserves to be returned to that As a fisrst-termer in that aug. Rep.
touches
also on a problemclose of Cocoa who is lens matured In
7.\ post in Tallahassee for his second ust house of the state legislature, to the heart of every Drcv- political Judgment and less ex-
'
tv Sen. Parrish was appointed for
.' ; four-year term. ard resident.& peilenctd in public office. We
\ : He is a native of Brevard and both the 1961 and the 63 ses-' Sen. Parrish has been Identified see no reason to 'promote' him

r has been a successful businessman lions to the all-powerful Appropriations with the citrus committee, at the expense of an experienced
'. in the Titusville area for Committee. Also, he which steers legislation of Importance senator.
several was named to the Interim Com his constituents and
years to ,
; t Not only does the Daily and
mittee of the Legislative Coun
i .' Not only does he know a great was chairman of the govern- Sunday' Timrs fee! that Parrlsh
.
,..,. I deal about Brevard he also cil.This mental reorganization committeeIn deserves another term as State

knows a great deal about the responsibilities official from Brevard ser the most recent session.Purrish Senator, we also lire of the opinion -
of Brevard's public ved' on more educational com
that Drevard is
so Importantto
f. mittees than other memberof
servants any has worked diligentlyat the future of tho entire nation
Eight years ago Bernie Parrishwas the Legislature.And being/ the Senator from Brevard. she deserves/ the type .
elected to the county com his county is vitally Interested Ills clone( association with representation
in Tallahassee she
mission. in education at all levels the county) as she faced Impact
Four years ago! he was electedto Including the higher-higher edu- problems In the past certainly can count on Sen**Parrish to

: the State Senate and now has cation so necessary to our tech- provides him with Invaluable provide.

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OUR CHOICE. FOR SENATOR *: .i.

(Editorial Tltusyllle 8iar-Ad.ocat., April 24<<, 1964)Brevard ) ;',, ."iiola

Four years ago Wednesday, County needs Bernard the State of Florida for four eludes terms on all three official

I the Star-Advocate editorially Parrlnh In the Florida Senate for years in the Florida Senate. hoards, j jI. 'S?

I endorsed a youthful Titusville another four years. vard We County firmly has believe not only that been Bre His' service and hit record

Bob' man for the Florida Senate We We said four years ago "his ably represented by Senator Par leave the Star-Advocate no alternative -
Northcutt I asked local residents to Join withus outstanding( ability Is shown in rlsh these past four years but but to strongly urge

in voting for him. his past record of service as a that this growing county can ill his re-election Brevard County

i Today we once again editori- county commissioner, a school afford, at this crucial time, to has had effective leadership in
ally endorse this fine man and, trustee, a church member and trade effective }leadership for the Florida Senate the past four
COUNTY COMMISSIONER once again ask local residentsto officer, a soldier in the serviceof something yet to be proven. years. There Is NO REASON

Join with us in voting to return his country, a sportsman andan why It should not continue by
him to the Senate, in whichhe active civic worker," He 18'a'd vo'ted family man voting( to( return Senator Bernard -

DEMOCRAT DISTRICT 5 has so ably served this first To this we now add "and his. with a wife and five children. Parrish there fur another

important term. service to Brevard County and His service to his church In- term


FULL TIME COUNTY COMMISSIONER ",ro .



25 YEARS MANAGEMENT, PLANNING I VOTE AND RE-ELECT

DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE. I

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FULL CO-OPERATION WITH ALL COUNTY

AGENCIES Bernard Parrish




FORMER BASE COMMANDER PATRICKAIR


FORCE BASE. TO [THE STATE SENATE .



(Pol. Ad.:. Pd. for by Northcutt Camp. Treasurer)

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P... *-* Tttusvlllo (Florida. ) Star.Advocate Monday, May 4, 1H4
b- quimn Childrenare" motto wel I. Secretaries Week, the Coquina

tome at the meetirg and baby Elementary School faculty showed

ar1.th filters willi be available for those their aporeciation to the SecrrtariM .

too young to attend: Everyone Is of the School Mrs

urged to attend 10 that this new Emma Muller and MM Olga

..tg t r ,t ) term can be started with the entJiucloDm .. :Rodriguez:: These two ladies
necessary for a sue were presented with,, corsages )-
ceiiful year.National white carnations and then were

Jl1rcbeonlueNl./ of the School
Secretaries' Wee faculty aL a local restaurant.

Since lart week was National See .lid.C NEWS On Peg. 4-6



MONEY, !


For Extra FastSERVICE. 80RRo.P. ME

A $$300.000 g: srJ:
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$450.00 S26.23
Phone 267-4331 $600.00 I $34."
Loans Up To $400

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TO BE INSTALLED Officers of the treasurer: Mr. Gayle Swinger, record. ._ eII Southern Loan Company

Coquina Elementary School PTA to be ing secretary; Kenneth Stuck president CHARTER
MEMBERS left
I A Charter was are, to right; Phillip Elmore Steven
installed Monday night are shown above. Luther Rodgers, second flce.presldent; signed last Tuesday evening at the homeof Webber, Bill Northcutt, Chris Craft, Den- 344 S. WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLE
Left to right: Mrs. Sue Coleman corres Mrs Wilma Davis, first vice-president David
; Champion; 860 Delano Road, establishing ny Conrad, Dave Champion, Bob Waddelland
ponding secretary; Mrs Leona McKinney, and Mrs Stella Zirnfus historian. the new Explorer Post of the Roger Basham. The post sponsored

Boy Scouts of America Boy Scouts who by the Indian River City Methodist cocOA DIRECTORY
Indian River South Tirusville' HappeningsAuctionBake become charter members of the new Post Church. r J


I was od! who not\ only stored the items In gram as well as plans for the

Sale Nets $250There Special thanks go to the many, course of collection but transported coming year. Plinos Organs Guitars Accessoriesf .

local merchants who contributed* them to the auction room Mrs T. R. Garrod Past P.T.A. .FI Gibson

merchandise! to Mrs. Margaret: in the civic center County Council President, will Stereo neGulter..

Is only one way to describe batch of items wtfe+ tagged witha Mtrt'um Chairman of the Sales*. Install the new officers for the R.mds USICSHO.: Band
Com milt,-. and to (tit members Coquina PTA 1964-1965! :year A number of .. +.erwr Instruments
the Auction and Bake Sale nunjbcr. and banning! at No. I Players ar..w .e-.s
sponsored by the IRC Little I, the-. auctioneer and his amis. or the Auxiliary; The mem I' The Coquina Elementary honored guests will also be pre. Export Repairs on All Bind Instruments
league Auxiliary held In the tant went down the line, selling hers of the auxiliary really put' School P.T.A. will hold Its final sent SI S. Anentle Phone SU ).7731 Cocoa Beach

Civic Center last Thursday n each Item in its consecutive In mh ly hour of hard work to meeting of the school year tonight Thia meeting affords parentsthe

night It was a huge success placeHowl'vef. make this event a success and at 8:00 p.m, in the Cafe. opportunity of paying honorto AUTO SALES- MOBILE HOMES
they are to be commended. torlura Jack Miller the Coquina School, its faculty SALESy
The axle netted approximately new city TEST DRIVe THE .. W- I' NOVA.. TRAILER
$250 00 for the Little Leaguer. both auctioneer and The Auxiliary desires to give recreational director, will be thee, and P.T.A. members who 21 Different Floor Plans
Dr Glenn Young, local Veterinarian his assistant were; ably aislated special thanks to- the Fidelity: guest speaker. He will outlin have worked so r hard in th SAAB To Choose From

acted a. Auctioneer by the Auxiliary, who served 1 1s Storage and Transfer (crom/IIAny/ the City Summer Recreation Pro, most difficult first year at Co. CROKHtAND PACKWOOD -
"runwrs" ....... m.cONA-NOlETTIC -- TITAN -i iIIEDMOMT
He came Into the building with I _I nth ear tuf, IXMtW(a Wens"" : .

white shirt and bow tie, nil row Every one of the more than I' SPACELAND SAAB Rag T......a, Fr.. IMlirtT art lar
brimmed dark hat, very much y' 100 pcraans attending. this auto ELECT 120 Florida Ave., Cocoa, 434434 1 :\II. N. .iw:105.6041... U. a. Ii. 1Tn.

like a ""bowler" and carried a A nut only went home happy with I AUTO SALES 4V SERVICE _

red umbrella or aunshade H.' their bargains, but had a good I .!T- .

was assisted by Tom Walker, time acquiring thenr CLYDEPIRTLE HUNTER
president of the Little League '
The bidding was spirited and -. ,
and both of them did a grand Dr Glenn all In all "lt was an exciting LINCOLN, MERCURY, INC. "., \..
Job keeping the auction moving Young t Lincoln .
evening. Cakes and cold drink Lincoln Continental .-
quickly and smoothly auctioneer were on bond for sale during the d }p tvr Sales Parts Service,'

Every Item and, in some cases, whole evening and everything Good Used Cars

1445. W. King Cocoa 434.238 HONDA MOTORCYCLESHAM'S


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:, : lit Forest All Work Ave Guaranteed, Cocoa, 434!.W44 Guitars, Drums,
RETIRED LIEUTENANT, FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL (141142))
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: FORMER CAPTAIN AND CHIEF DEPUTY PALM BEACH COUNTYI I BEAUTY ACADEMY Slingerland Rogers, Kay.
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Mammoth Stock of Sheet

: __ .MEMBERit_ MafhoJIat t Church Club Moons' Mahl' Shrine LEARN HAIRSTYLING GOULD MUSIC CO.
: : Brackets
: Get In High Pay
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I I lOt Cocoa, 434-2Sl
King St.,
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DEMOCHATlq3PRJMARY; \ 51 h (W>oI.>1 &. by Clydi#P rtKC-nipa ign Treaj) SmailMonthly Anytime Tuition i-J ;., --- .-' -:-

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; i 200 BEAUTY Willard, Cocoa ACADEMY- 434.3MO I'HI.Klllll),O"T'MEN1 OFFICE COCiroa : .
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Now What Could Surprise Her More BICYCLES SCOOTERS .1145.35151'lls.vIll. i
4 .' Have a .al..maa l In Tlluavlllt
Lambreth Scooters I three dare each week to help you with.
/ Donkr ChBlra. Illlnf Buppllea, Mien.ogrsphe.
0 Schwinn Bicycles Hlapllni Mnchlnna. steel l
t New and Used Cabinets Typawrlicra. Adding Macn-
Sales and Service n.fc. _j
r r{ Repairs on All MskeaWyatt's *
I a. 't. i PEST- CONTROL ._'
Enterprises, Inc.
1 Next Cocoa School 632.MOO .
to High Termite and Pest Control *

vet' CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT WALKER CHEMICAL &

EXTERMINATING CO. INC.
CANAVERAL EQUIPMENT 1014 So Dixie Hwy, Cocoa I

& SUPPLY Inc.Rent.l. .
Cell Collect (361830

Sales Service i AL -
r I'a t =f Scaffolding! ESTATE

AWNINGS'I e .1c) Merritt Island, Ph 434203 Joe E. Moore, Inc.

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r rl COCOA MFG. JEWELERS
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Sc DIAMOND SETTERS Complete
Real Estate Service
al ,Fr 'Breverds Only Mfg Jeweler" 1
w 1. and Diamond Setter' 116 Hirriion Cocoa, 664932_

Jew Mountings Jewelry RepairsAll
xii SEWING MACHINES
Work en PremUes ----- -
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/ 101 Harrison Cocoa 432.0477 '
i irevard County Only Complete
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VINOALI, KNOX, VAN DYKI AcnuoHitiKantala
BUiy ButlRd Termi
Wo have tli. floor plan lo lull your APOLLO SEWING CTR.M.rrttt .-' -,
i, r unlit your auai and. .t|Cualom h. payment Interior plan to lull (sand Shopping Center, '-
> .d car .......Iell'. Ha u. for p...., art awe our... Merritt Island, Fla.
rift. and Insurance Financing and -- ,
Flnanclne-. TIRES
WYATT MOBILE HOMES --- -

) hi C WO_a. Din I. Highway. Cocoa. ....144* ALL SERVICE TIRE CO.Retreading .

MOBILE HOMES J
and Vulcanizing
SeeRacoon's Passenger Truck
I ,and Industrial Equipment "
'" Mobil Homes
: { All Work Guaranteed
New A Used
I 11 1 Rldgewsy Ave. Cocoa, 434-104.1!
Bank Financing I Day Service :.
WATCH REPAIR
'. 2 ml. N. of Cocoa. U.S. 1, 636.7950 --- -
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: MOBILE HOMES WM.Watches H. BAILEY

\ Baird Mobile Homes Inc Repaired in 3 to S days, _
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; WIth Over M New and Used Chronographs or Complicated
Watches Repaired on Premises
fe Choose Prom, t
I .than a Personal Colorful 419 Brevard Avenue
II Next ,
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NURSERY pina Arlaf BrevaroVa Largest Dealer __ 0.. Cocoa
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Aluma-Kraft Awnings Inc. BLUNDELL'S -- TRUCK SERVICE ,.ml. N. of Cocoa U. S. 1. 434-M11 -1-
NURSERY EXTENSION PHONEPamper
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MARQUIIS PATIOS JACOB'S .
SCREEN ENCLOSURES_ 2 MI. On East Highway of Union 50 Park Complete TRUCK Alignment SERVICE Service, INC. EXPRESSWAY MOBILEr The Titusville Star- '

Manufactured In Orlando For Trucks Trailers Mom with the year-round time and atop-saver-an extension phone.
HOMES
Call Collect! HIBISCUS qts 2?. Frames, Front
Ns Down Paymmt-Free Istlmate HIBISCUS ..h. ,. 5c General Repair Axles_ Enperlenced Straightened Choice of colon" and styles, to suit the spot she'd like it mo t-b droom. '64 Model 50 i 10 2 Bedroom, Advocate 1 1st in circu-
413 Braokhavofi Dr, Orlando HIBISCUS, 1 Ft Fully Equipped ,
19c Mechanics kitchen Florida room, patio. To order call your Telephone Company Busi-
OA 2"13'CONSTRUCTION 1342
11122 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando Washington St. Orlando 53.695
EQUIPMENT 425.1536 Does Office or ask any telephone serviceman 4 MI. N. of Cocoa U. S. 1 lation in No. Brevard.
OFFICE SUPPLIES Tel 434-4910
a Southern BellGwwy.a
FULL LINE OF .See The
PENNEY'S BOOK STORE, INC:.
Ie> r.Loa
a
Earth Moving Equipment -
Open All Star Advocate T 20th CENTURY MOBILE HOMES
Day SaturdayOne
Adam Construction For :. Exercise ,; i PRINCESS TWENTIETH CENTURY PACEMAKERup \
Your
f of Orlando's Most Complete your k this t* 10- x 55' Local kink Financing
and vote
J Equipment Co.AQ& be to register l
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Contloud( From Page 2B) Busch Gardens in Tampa I last

jSuturlsyMrs.: .
field' Trip Evelyn' Unk and son xxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Al a culmination; of their unit Billy spent last weekend in St. x xXxxxx
the children
Animal Life
on Petersburg where Billy enjoyed X XX X 1x
from several classrooms of Co-
teeing two Little League ball
gulps Elementary School will .
games at Pincllas Park.
the Sanford Zoo at an early x
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Mr. and Mri. Ellis ford of St.
4. .. Mn. Ann Robertson, Mri. X X)( ]
Cloud, were guest of their I
Chrla Semrr.es, Mi. Teeter Hallum daughter and( family, Clydu and Sale Prices Good Through WednesdayWe X X)( xx i
and' Mn.. Mary Nordan Carol Cow lii), owners of this xxvx'xxxx
!hive' been ulna many" filmatrip park last Wednesday The Meet or Beat All Advertised Prices x x XX x x
pictures and movies to On Identical '
Fords art returning to their horn Merchandise'' .
prepare for this worthwhile activity. In Savannah, New York, for the Just Bring: 'in the- page from your loca|,,newspaper in which
)! the ad ooooo and we) will meet or beet tiny current price. t"
summer They usually winter /
I '- at St. Cloud and stopped by .\- W IoueMol Choose HER GIFT /
I ,,,lIdinl Committe. Visit route to the summer Dome, 0 THANK YOU VERY MUCH! \ ;

;ijtche0. Black, chairman, and Newcomers to this Court, are Yes ail Eckerd employees thank our customers for and FROM THE WORLDS FAMOUSCOSMETICS .\
(Live| members of the Building Mr and Mrs. A.. C. Adams, tolerance Gild you "
your patience This past Sunday while we
((8t ll'rlnl| Committee of the Co- formerly from Detroit, Mich. / oil enjoyed our annual party picnic.
: \poly School Board from BrooksVtt 'Mr. and Mrs. Bill Easter visit oT E ,
: |) 1n:;Fernando County, were ed friends In Winter Park loot WYE iNilly fine |lm> Idol y.e tea give proudly -
recent' viiitori at Coquina Elcirithtiry Saturday" BURMA SHAVE S29'S '* ]ktrr gibs thol tfco'K .bas. Ckoooo from Hie w.dd'a .
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: School. They Spent UViL. come lemws hsgreea.e "SAY IT WITH QVE"[

Ilveri the uorni 1 noting hours the touring design of, Vow Books VITALiS :Tax: S.e.12 01.g 99 \ COTT-DOROTHY GRAY-BARBARA GOULDCARONGUEUAINCHANaUNVINEVYANCARVENMILLOTDANA

: li4} trjupiment in each building Nrw books received at the Ioniclimit
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: Wide.unt has been made of Sellers" Mrs, Jackie Merriam, SEA & SKI LOTION 4 01.1 79'' FACTOft-FABERGE
a tel PI.on. practice unit on loan Lib)a.:'Ian, tells ua 1:
I trop the Southern Bell Telephon Some of these are; "I 1 walk [ famous MORRIS I
: ? and Telegraph Company with Lions.\ by Mervyn Cowie) 0] V 0 S SHAMPOO Rtf. I 00lotHo 59'' MOTHERS
a Ihlj unit consists of two telephone "Margaret Chase Smith" by Limit S
., Frank Graham, "Wednesday's MOTHERS'DAY DAY

s |'n this way,' the children are Children" by Leonline Young n CREAM .... 4'. '
: taught the correct method of op. "Mrs. L.B.J" by Ruth Montgomery Ii I U M DEODORANT Limes s 24c MAY 10Th CARDS
: trttlpu;' telephone manners area "Stan Muwlal" by Bob r
tree and they are taught Biorg, 'Lenin" by Stefan Pos-
: ho*'to call and answer the Sony, "Convention" by Fletcher ASPIRIN 5 ASPIRIN onto CANDYSel.ct M.ks goer eelLoa
of 100 8R
: phone correctly. Knebcl and Charles W. Bailey' / s Limit S form ( tOt1. now Inott from MtKtio Florida'of a

.I '"The Loser" by Burden Deal the finest Motkir'l Day eordlky
: Nsw Classrooms "One of the Casualties" by Weldon TOOTHPASTE ..t Ylt ill CIIndies.r. DAY famous
1 Work on the many new classrooms Hill "The Keepers of the IPANA 39 y American
: in course of construction Jloune" by Shirley Ann Gnu, Llm.IS 00
School "At the Gates of Moscow" by to '
at'Cvquiii} Elementary Greeting Card (Coe
I If Ii"(. ihead. Walla are up, Mendel Mann, LAVORIS Re- t: LI K' 99c
roots on and by, the time the new "A Touch of the Dragon" by ,
aehbnl' |'fear Marts, these classrobqn Hamilton Basso, "I 1 wet dancing" Whitman SAMPLER WILLOW HAND BAG
Will; be, put to beneficial by Edwin O'Connor, "Wagons Din Rof. 'I0iCon
: uae.. West" by Leslie Turner White."BrIhtnfls" SEGO L LIQUID 3 for 69 '' >1 t Pound Box Imported From Spain
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Pared Road "The March.Man" by 2 ....., willow baird ....
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Interesting CIHitns
Elementary" School hat RIGHT CUARDDEODORANT 1 00 >UOO SPECIAL 1 169' '111\'
been coippleted.: ", What Is more, Mrs J.P. Hamilton a petite GILLETTE R1* 59''
a |h, 'length of Pine Lane haa been lady, not five feet tall, la a winter 1t S ,
: hard"surfaced to where It Julnstht visitor, who celebrated here3rd Gt YRILtk il) LUW WE DON1 DAfiE PRINT tr

N pew school road. There are birthday right here In Bre- CHARCOAL LIGHTER .e' :". 17'R '
: thus, two, ways into Coquina vard County FLUID I Lwe I
e School, one trbm Coquina Ave. When Interviewed, she was on 1 1II Ir, ;
: and 'Ihs ,other from Highway No. her way to Satellite Beach to the ... '

: 90 fleiidcnts along Pine on Lane Tine Lane have dy home Rogers of her where daughter she,stays Mrs.when Bud DUST ,MOP :l$<_: 69 "j 1 .i A "

thus not with her other daughter, Moon <<)l\m
brnefitted by haviing their
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5 street hard-nurfjced while tho Margaret (Mrs. Joseph Draper 11] ,nlCa.BREWcomlMAKER- STEAM AND NYLON IWI
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vivid experiences Including: the. S,;' I.Brswe3T.locupe Automatic Brew LOW 5. F.b,1o.....dltl.. tIIIlnat_ ICKIRD LOW '.,.... aNN.ue
time her father brought the family PRIC1 E. tI
.Whl."rr.- Ivory d f of the wll i.tZ .
Pints News In. yoor I Buudora.uaeMeekin. paCrMalanoz I..." ..t ..
covered wagon over p1. Meth.'W wM Ikll now Idoo.In
t-fl'f. Donald< Horns is spending mountain trails to settle In Vir 1 holr ry.rrss VO-S HolrlaUoo .01. w.
the weekend with /her moth.! ginia. As t small child, the lived .tl' .ttt"a' ..II". In seals .... ; e
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Belch while her husband
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.la in Roifnoke' Virginia attending Letcher County, Ky and she pays :i SPECIAL i.I
hit ,ratldfilLher', funeral. that hack In the little, the sheriff _- ? new-.
Mr.. and Mrs Fred Llppleman, with hlti family always lived st
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plastic shedt; In your .Elegant Brutal 3-Woy "Ie hnr '
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M-' !. May 4, I 1964 THuwltl. (Florida'' ) ItaisMmef Pi.. J-a nine miles from Orlando. En- Mrs BO Duff. Mr. and Mrs. Lawre, Mr. and! Mrs. Jim Ward,

Buy Ellis Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carnt Mr. and

Mims Area Happenings route they saw acres of COM Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Laur- Mrs. John, Blaloch( and son, Joe Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results! -J
and gra once Parker, Mr and Mrs Dick and Mrs. Mike Huftmon. p.
the children saw the milking .
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Enjoys Birthday conning and packaging of the

milk. They were allowed to pet VOTE FOR TILLMAN B. McIIENRY .:

Mrs Gladys the calves, which they though .
McLendonAM lag school term will be Initalled.President Pre-registration will open May .
7-1248 Wayne Kershner; 18lh. All classes to be filled on was' great fun This was the

Judy Lynn, daughter\ of Mr. 1st Vice president Bill Duff; first come first served basis. climax of a three weeks | FOR SHERIFF

and Mrs. E. L. Jobe celebratedher 2nd Vice presiednt Bill Williams Registration fee will be $3. per study on dairy farming.

/8th birthday on April 25th ; Treasurer Whit Peeb student for recreation $10. for UI

with i cook-out and slumber lea; Secretary Mrs. John W. reading: 2 hours per day and i
party at her home. The girls Bell Jr. Mis. Louise Thigpen Including recreation. Kindergarten Mr end Mrs. Ray Tt' p ,--7:1 I
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enjoyed gamer of all kinds will be the installing officer. will be $30 for 30 days from had sevcial guests last wee?

outside! and later went inside to The Spring program entitled 8:30: a.m. to U: :00 (noon) this Mr, and Mrs. William I Ellifrif- ;. Ln
have cake, Ice.cream and cokes, "Honor of May" will be pre part open to children starting from Marietta Ga. Mrs, Cal: ORGANIZATIONS

while Judy opened her elfti. scnted by the Srd year students school In September. Classes well's father L. L Fuller aft QUALIFICATIONS .:; '. President of Mtrrltt Island e
GrandmothP
Those present were Judy under the direction of Miss will be limited to 20 pupils and brother Dale, her
Ktwants Club
Joan, Kathy Redgate, Susan Williams Ruby Stevenson, Mrs. Gall Rob. will be charge of Mrs. Blanche Mrs. Lela Hines also little Renee if Florida Highway Patrol er+q
Donna Shimer, Cindy lasso, Mid Rose Currier, and Lockhart. All fees due at time Caldwell)) returned home with y Junior ''Ho.Commander' ,
Coble, Linda Hollmann, Diana Mrs Effie Porter, assisted by of registration.Visits! her grandparents: whom she ha< : Sergeant In Breverd Port No. ., V.F.W.

Wolfe, Jill Philips, and a sister Miss Marilyn White, music been visiting. I County Sheriff's Department w Put President Morrltt ,Island

Tammy teacher. The program 'Is ai follows Little League I
Dairy 11 I s t I
0.1 Graduate Florida
) : : Charter Member, Moose
Attends Luncheon Thirty four first graders( of Calibrates BirthdayA Highway Patrol SchoolFlo. a Lodge No. 2073. Merrill

Mrs Robert Redgate attended The Welcome Jeffery Sil- the their Slims school, acccmipunkvlby surprise birthday party fyi Slat Universityif a ie .L Island

a luncheon Wednesday, given by vestry; Roman Group, Janice and mnthors teacher Mrs Miss Ralph Works Gatlm Mike Ituffmen was held Tuis';; Graduate-FBI Course '* Mtmbor First Baptist'

Mrs. L, Y. Ponder of the American McLendon Historian; English; and Mrs. Grover C. Wright via day evening, April 28th at the. a e ) Church, MorrlH Island
group( Kevin Laughlin, Vivian home of Mr. and Mrs Bob '
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Red Crass, at the Red Cross ited the T G Lee Dairy Plant t a. J
Historians
Muringham ; Giant. After Mike opened his
Chapter House in Cocoa. May Moher and Farm In Orlando last week
American Steven -
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nice gifts, refreshmentswere
26 was set as the date for the At the plant the children were many
Historian; May Queen -
enjoyed by the following
recognition. of all Volunteer shown how the milk is processedand ,
Cindy Coble; her attendants are guests *
American Red Cross Gray Lad Enid Connie were given milk to drink
-- Wright, Roof
lea, for services rendered dur Peggy McCauley, Pamela Perils with their lunches. Afterwards Mr and Mrs. Paul Coble, Mr. Dear Frlondsi,
ing the past year. This to be Karen Lord and Donna Shim they went on to the farm about and Mrs. Mike Catty Mr. and ,
held at Bayview School under dvncers Pole 1. I advocate the r.turn of COURTESY and service to the Sheriff's Department. Brevard County mutt establish a dignified ,
the direction of Mrs. L. O. Ber- cr; ; singers; May Law Bnforcoment Agency. State recognition of our Sheriffs Deportment dep.nda on the alertness and efficiency of the Sheriff
Dance; May Queen speaks. r
Chairman and hit department. i ri
glund, of Volunteers.Eola Pro-Schoolers
Day
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2. Wo must establish on Merrltt Island, or any oth.r heavily populate!, unincorporated area, I substation te provide
Andrew Circle On May 13th Mims School will adequate law enforcement representation.,
The Eola Andrew Circle met have a pre.school "round.up" OUTLET INC.
at the home of Mrs. E. W. All parents with children starting 3. The Sheriff will be available, on a 'w.nty.four hour basis, an appointment to see him will not be necessary.

Spires Tuesday evening In the to school in September are BALDWIN SHOPPING CENTER 4, Vandalism o seriously growing community problem, con be curbed and .ventu.lly stopped, by educating our young
absence of the Program Chairman invited t>t visit the school between PHONE 267-3255 people to respect authority and the lives and property of others. This can b. accomplished by the Sheriff's Dept. In cooperation
Mrs Elva Evans, the pro 10 a.m. and I p.m This with our Schools' through a TRIED and PROVEN Junior Deputies Program. Deputies cars will' b* equipped with "First-Aid" kits
visit will include visitation to and Deputies will be trained to use them.
gram was presented by Mrs. R.
T. Taylor( assisted by Mrs John the class rooms, for the children 5. I have the administrative ability to work on on ECONOMY basis within the allot.1 budget Th. County Commission
Griner, Mr. J. M. Puce: Mrs. to see what goes on in the classes Is a roiponslble group of men elected' to represent the residents of the County. Monies allotted by this Commission can adequate.
Alberta Duggins, and Mrs. E. and a program presented by ly purchase necessary equipment and pay on scale salaries to employes In the Department. Equipment will b* purchased, within
W Spires Bill Williams on "How to Pre. the budget, t* meet Immediate needs and additional recommendations will b* made to b* purchased as monies are available.

At the conclusion of the meet pare Your Child for School". .. Scar tactics will not be used (In order for the Sheriff to fore his will upon people. Specifically, the withdrawal' of
Ing the hotbeds, Mrs. Spires, At 11 am. In the cafetorium rJIl "school.crossing guards" If the county commission did not give him more money In the budget

served lemon pie and coffee to parents and children may eat 7. More DEDICATED deputies can be hired within the budget If there are less Captains and Lts. who draw high salaries,
the following: lunch. Following the program In short, "I. feel this Is a cat of tee many chiefs end:! not enough Indians.. "
will be the In class
Mrs. ,Oscar Abernathy Mrs visiting S. Deputies will be hired by ability, QUALIFICATION background and hanesty. They will bo expected to b* residents
Alberta Du gins, Mrs. Marvin looms of Breverd County. Tral"lnl.nd on-tho job training will b* Introduced and prop.r methods el making arrests and filing reports
Shealy, Mrs. Chester Lybrand, Parents may register; their will be .nforc.d.

Mrs. J. O. Sharpe, Mrs. Richard childein at this time, but remember ; 1. "Man handling" the general public by deputies will not lie tolerated This Is a brutal tactic It Is only to b. employed
Bate, Mrs.. John Griner, to bring birth certificate I In an emergency and such emergencies do not arts very often
Mrs. as this is required _..r ww w.. n ..was.rui.
George Edlcston, MisK. ;::' : -: : : : 10. I Will H.v. Clot Cooperation with all Air Force, Cap Kennedy and MILA Contractors.
T. Taylor and Mrs. J. M
Price. The next meeting will Summer Recreation Program sIFirTI.; II + i c r

be at Mrs. J. O. Sharpe's homein Again this year Mims school I Uilln"",, UL. 1n..J//:
May will offer a six-week recreation, w x.01.55 WI W55 N..N. was Mr5541... Yawa..
and -'S II a e55r II.e ar551y. ,... hMM.. C-III r as-.4 r
reading, kindergarten DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
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Initallatlon Of Of tic.,. gram beginning June 22nd and
FOR A FINE FINISH SHERIFF BREVARD COUNTY
Minis PT.A. will meet in the closing July 31st Activities Won-

school cgfetorium Monday even any through Friday 'from 8;30am I, .
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A INFORMATIONDEADLINE --r Aiiwt: j HOUSES FOR SAL

B.forJ'ubllotlon FOR HINT $1000 Down an exceptionallynice
I p.m. Day X 2 bedroom 1995. See at -
19 43, HOUSES FOR SALE
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For Wed Frt. 2 bedroom home In
largo 2 Trailer Park. Ask for good WESTWOOD VILLAS 3 bedroom,
MODERN Webb's
FURNISHED
U A M. S.U For )co. Pubhottloi : location, big: kitchen family
1 bath, back yard fenced carpeted
bedroom 267-6288. Marion Blackwell.
apartment. or
3 BEDROOM 1 bath, and
I room, all weather porch, big carpeted living room and dining
WANT AD RATR8 2 BEDROOM aircoDdiiio'd.; 2 '1958 SPARTAN trailer 45 x 10, 2 well kept lot. Good possession!' drapes, $10,300 267-0933.) room $700 down and $69 monthlyNo
word
Minimum I otntl Cb pur rf. Wo miles Soul* 01 New NASA Cause .bedroom.. Call 2677013. only $$12,750. AlL BRICK 1 bedroom 2 bath qualifying. Phone 267-5437 or

way. 26704127.UNFURNISHED. 97 MAYFLOWER 35 x 8, 1 bed : Space Real Estate, Inc. luxury homes in excellent Jo- 2672802.

:2 I BEDROOM room excellent condition, forced Glen Schlueter ,I eation. $14,900 convenient terms. WHISPERING OAKS. 3 bedroom,
ALL CLASSIFIER!: ADS tile b.th. central heating, large waterhealer See these beautiful homes and
Iff ADVANCBEiiwpt apartment. air gas gas 267-6668 2 bath family room corner lot
PATABLIO..abU.bed Account heat and airconditloned near pullmaa bath carpeting, compare with outers at 17000. with sidewalks. $500 down, no
Plrtle Plaza fllO MODtbl,. cooler: Also *4 ton Int. pickupwith Ed!: Kittles Agency: 611.So. Washington closing costs 1706 Smith Dr. So.,
Phone 2671928. EZ lift hitch. Will sell 267-0831 or 207 3323. Please call 267-1770.
ACREAGE FOR SAL
:laedlt.eI DI.pla nata AviflbIa
267
or separately. -8848.
.a M0U0$ SEE THIS! Luxurious\ toW1lIlou.. -.ogeth! LAKEFRONT HOME on 1 acre lot. 2 FRAME HOUSES to be moved
rl Tb..nse BUt-A. of reviling*.oo.t. rcMrrM or njtctlnc th* apartment. Newly constructed, SEE THE NEW 1964 20 ACRES high and dry. Ripe for Beautiful modern on large lake. from lot within 90 days $2500
an> amrllMiMit which It 4..... central beat and air conditioned, SKYLINE development. Only $2500 per See this. dream house. Ed Kitties 8r best cash offer. Call Mrs.
ob).ct1onibl. and to oboe,. U>. 3 bedroom. IV* bath living room,I acre. Good terms Ed Kitties Agency, till S. Washington, 267- Smith. 2672404.WF.S'I'WOOD .
cl..IfIcu4IoS *f my *dvnli. that ordond to conform. to la within walking distaw* to new 1957 Travel Trailer 0831 Or 267-5323. VILLAS $400 down,
U p.llo. BUr-Advoc.ta of tali papar.Tb will not b. shopping center and schools. : 1958 Mark V. 2 bedroom POSSESSION $B9 monthly, 3 bedroom, 1 bath.
_...tbl. for mON tba on. In- For information call; G. M. Barley I 1957 Magnolia, 2 bedroom, ale 1 ACRE COVERED with beautiul PRETTY AS a picture, 3 bedroom 267-2450.
eorroct Inaartlon nor will It ba Realtors HI: Washington Low down payment, bank financing trees. Located just a few minutes 2 bath, custom built home. Closeto
(or any irror In advartln- I MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES from Titusville Only $3,000. shopping and elementary FOUR ROOM HOUSE with 2 bed-
menlO to 0 araator axtanl tb** Ave. 267-3822. SALES school. Lush landscaping with rooms. 267-2470.
Ed KittIes Agency, 611 S. Wash
tb mat ( thn
occupied byIh
Item. .la tb*ipaca tdvartlaamaiit. DUPLEX FOR RENT Authorized Skyline and Buddy ington 267-0831 or 2675323. mature trees. Double carporte,
Inside layout la woman' dream
dealer (Continued On Next
UNFURNISHED NEW I and J 1 "W 1224 N. U. S. Hwy. 1 GENEVA 80 acres, mostly high with entrance foyer In formal Page)
Bu...... Office M Main ftraatDili b$1ro m duplex. apart meirt. tile No. of overpass rolling land, mostly cleared dining room. Living room and

Offlc Houra AM I T-nm:0V to (:.M bath, central beat and alrccuvditlon. isx* Titusville 267.3081 wide county road frontallea den are spacious, Wall-to-wall
Live in area downstairs, bargain at $360 per acre easy carpet la living areas with traverse -
C CM FM ,.V>* *.t tfl..W.T'W iW.tt''mt BE SAFE!
bedrooms, upstairs. Near Pirtle terms. T. W. Mero, Broker San- rods and Venetian blinds
Special Notice Plaza. $110 and up per month. "And the charming prince came and rescued me, HAYESTRAILER ford 3222481 for appointment. throughout. Central heat and
Adults preferred. 2671928. SALES air plus many extra features.
and lived s"
we happily ever
U You Would Like A I New and Used Mobile Homes IF A MAN ANSWERSDONT Very realistically priced at BE SURE!
DUPLEX, FURNISHED, $140. unfurnished HANG UP
; I $19,100 with no qualifying and
Real Estate LicensePhone I $120. 2 bedroom 1 8210 E. Colonial Drive, ASK FOR Mildred or Pauline. We no closing I cost. Call today for

Mrs. Davis bath each witb air conditioning For Sale Help Wanted Orlando 277-9671 all work for Campbell Associ appointment to see. Ryan Realty Deal Only
drapes, utility room and car- ates. Joe (he's the broker) likes 267-KW.
Representative Bert RodgersScoo1 porte. Close to school and top KENMORE DELUXE automatic acreage, groves and businesses, I.
of Real Estate Law ping. Call 267-6327 or 287-286 washer. Like ntw. Call 2117,011.IBOOO MOONLAND while; we like lovely homes.WATERFRONT NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home With AREALTOR
2672392Boats ---- -- ---- -
WANTEDMan $500 down, $90 monthly; new 4
HOUSES FOR lENT BTU WESTINGHOUSE Mobile Home Sales 3 bedrooms, 1V4 baths enclosed bedroom, 2 bath, double car
For Sale Supreme alrcwidritoner, $' or woman looking for Extra :2 I car garage overlooking deep porte, all brick, $700 down, $120
LARGE UNFURNISIIED, 3 bedroom Call 267-7925. Work to help out in Package QUALITY HOMES AND waters with fishing and boating monthly. Call Wessner Realty,
FULLY EQUIPPED 16' fiberglass house. 2 tile baths built-in Liquor Store on Friday and Sun SERVICE from your door steps. Everythinggoes 2677125.
T-Craft, 1964 50 h.p. Mercury range and oven. Carporte and FURNITURE day Afternoon. U.S. 1 North of Including furniture for a Look for this
Motor, Murray trailer, $1200. 1810 utility room, children welcome. Brand new verstefked. Must sell Experience not necessary. Extra Overpus $1500 down payment. LUXURY LIVING new brick symbol for your
Diane Dr.. 2672037.Boats .. $125 monthly. 267-1928. 7 piece living room suites, $119.77 l income, particularly for retiredindividual Titusville 267-5695 GROWING PAINS veneer 4 bedroom, S tile bath, protection. It signifies 8
--- --- -- 3 complete rooms, $24850, no Clean work. Stretch out la this spacious hornet built In range and oven dishwasher .
For Sale COMPLETELY FURNISHED 3 money down, easy terms. Call Call or Write Perfect country living for the and disposal Intercom Integrity
bedroom home. Gardendale. 1958 KNOX 45 x 8, 2 bedroom
2675735. larger family with I all these plusfeatures with AM and FM radio, central and high professional
Many other extras. 267-2820. Grace Crispens screened cabana porch. Can be
and S twin size bedrooms oil heat and airconditloned I
20 FT. CHRISBANK. cruiser, must -
USED SOLID OAK
twin bedroom financed, contact manager Ms- Deal
tell Immediately Best offer NEW SMYRNA BEACH 3 bedroomall suite. Home Furniture Company, Missile Liquor bile Manor Trailer Park TttiMvilla. ,I spacious tile baths. Flor- wood! burning fireplace wall to standing. only
over $L000. 65 h.p. Mercury, with furnished, 2 bath. electric Mints, 287-3565. Big Apple Plaza ida roam An acre of ground wall carpet, double car garage with a Realtor Only A
Murray trailer. 7625680. kitchen V4 block from beach. 267- pius e Ms going for $20.200. fully landscaped corner lot. Realtor this seal.
S664 till noon. After 4 p.m. In DESK AND CHAIR executive type AM 7.4461DISTRIRUTORS FOR THE CITY FOLKS $2700 down. For appointment displays
Building & Const. evening. execellent condition, 267-0659. Cardendale section. 3 bedrooms, 2bath. 267-1928. .
WANTED MOBILE HOME OWNERS .. new for only 14500. C George M. Barley, Jr.,
FURNISHED I 2 Bedroom, Mims. SGT. BEING TRANSFERRED, I PROUDLY YOU'LL OWN MOVE IMMEDIATELY into 2, 3. Inc.
NIDY CONSTRUCTION. residential selling A LIVE RENT
or or
managing man
I references call i I Wants someone to take TM Hills or 4 bedroom homes brand new
$125 monthly, remaining sew Forest home 4 bedrooms I
commercial and remodeling url woman, part of full time. Call Bryan-Conway &
In of much
12 In Titusville, Licensed after 8pm., 267-425D. 4 payments of between :2 I baths. Space age family area higher priced
and
yean 5 10 2672570.
p.m. homes. Small down Winstead Inc. !
on Swing Needle Dlal-0-Matic living for $8% down Call payment and ,
and AM
bonded. Phone 7.2326.BusinessOpportunity FREE
IRC 2 BEDROOM stove and refrigerator Ztg Zag, Does fancy work makes FEMALE HELP WANTED today fer your Titusville home only $85 monthly total payment. Campbell Associates, I
Mrs. Connell, 2677021or buttonholes I sews oa buttons, prUsd t* fit your pockcthonk.CAMPBELL VA no down payment. BRENTWOOD : Inc.
267-1388 monograms, embroiders, etc. Pb. EXPERIENCED WAITRESS for $20 down payment aid $29 a ASSOCIATES. INC. ESTATES west on Garden
AM 7.5530.TURQUOISE. luncheonette. Full time work month will buy yeur ow. full 210 i S. WASHINGTON St., AM 77143 cr 8325055.U J. W. Childre Realtor
CAR LOT on Merritt Island 'for ROOMS FOR RENT company benefits. Apply to acre mobile home lot at beautiful 2677325 C Dancnburg's Beach :

aale holds 25 cars, $looo down I SOFA bed, perfect' W. T. Grant Titusville store. Lake Louis Estates Open Saturdays from 9.5 p.m.Sunday Realty
lease and terms to suit FURNISHED ROOM. 2 beds, 2
Readyto condition. Suitable for trailer, --- ---0-- Become your ow landlord. fcy appointment.t .I
go. 333 Causeway Rd. next to adults 2004 So. Washington. _$45. 2676895. COSMETICIAN AND CASHIERS D"n't tear up rent! receipts each Duffy's Real Estate

Theatre! Barn. 2877042, Pete home for experienced preferred. Salaryand month Many families now reside MOUSES FOR SALE I Edwards Realty
IN gentle- .
Webb Titusville ROOM private ZIG ZAG, almost new never!! used commission plus company In our beautiful trailer com
---- -----.- man. 2675759. For Information, call 267-4676. benefits. Full time work. Eck. munity visit m and see for LOVELY a BEDROOM, 2 bath I II Ed Kittles Agency

FOR LEASE ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen privIleges erd's Drug Pirtle Plaza. yourself the finest self-owned home. Spacious living room, air- L. B. Newman
J TEXACO stations In Cocoa Tit.usvlllo AUTOMATIC DEFROST 13 cliff.
I Mimi areas. For 'Information TV and washer. AM 7- refrigerator. Take BABY SITTER. home mobile home park. conditioning. carpeted, fenced Donn Searle Realtors
over
payments my no
to call 207.2945 or 630-5700. I 2283 after I p.m. of $2.50 weekly. AM-FM work, must have own transport LAKE LOUISEESTATES yard.ton, 287-1639.Many extras 108 Thorn- S Sydney Schwartz t

I ROOM AND BATH, private entrance console full stereo radio. Take ation, 5:30: to 3, five days. Phone on East Orlando Estates Road ----
For Rent Whispering Hills. $1800 over payments, $2.50 weekly. 4162 or 9507 evenings.CLERKTYPIST Bithlo. Florida Rt. 50 $200 DOWN will hold this house for
weekly, 287-6895. _.W:_.T. Grant Store, Titusville. Phone 277-5282 you. Just completed, 2744 North :
preferably accounts .
'' Circle Drive. Forest Hills abed-
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$12.50 PER PERSON, per week PRECISION-BUILT German scoot. receivable and accounts ALLEN REALTY room :2 I bath. air conditioning,
FOR RENT Rocket Motel Mlm rhoDe 207- er good condition, $55.00. AM 7- payable experience. Requiredby double carporte. Zeke Evans
3097. 4229 after 6pm.FURNITURE aid established I company Good CMOS 636-3790 Construction 267.3267.VILLAGE. ".\
Floor Sander, Polishers fringe benefits. Call 267-5900 for Directions Route 50 1 milo :
Phone AM 3255 DAY-WEEK MONTH. Reasonable I rooms of flat interview. past Bithlo Cutoff DIXIE 4 -bedroom;;;;;;; Z i iI ,> \\iJ r

FACTORY PAINT OUTLET rate.. Air conditioned. 287-4103. furniture. I piece bedroom suite, bath central heat, oversized kit- I
Baldwin Shopping Center T piece dinette all only $11.M WANTED FART-Tlm Bookkeepers chen. Florida room deep well ,
and efficiencies !
SLEEPING ROOMS for 3 to 4 hours In the I
evening -
month. Decor and water softener Also 2
Furniture TRAILER
per tot LOIS FOR SALE room
APARTMENTS FOR RENT for rent. 801 Orange St. 267- ;: If Interested
: please seed
--- N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian River utility separate from house. 267- JESS W. CHILDRE t tMl
-- ---- 3400 to
FURNISH) 1 EDROOM. air- City Phone 267-7(13. resume Post Office Personnel Box 82. Manager! 88 x 100 trailer lot, toned fer trailer 1386. I
conditioned, all modern. Florida CLEAN ROOMS for working meL Titusville. 8 x 40. $3700 cash. J. W. -------- ] UXAl IIUMMAIUl SI BUILDS" :*
1964 GE AIR NDITIONRS.: all Florida. Only experienced book Childre 3 BEDROOM 1 bath porch fence *hM. ALTO
Theatre Building, 1J.u a._ 2670234. slies. Discount prices. Colonial keepers need apply. Realty! 27-2541.:.. __ $350 down FHA $91 monthly. 170 I You should see our ;"love lettera"l ,

GUEST HOUSE, 2 bedroom furnished. LOW rates clean rooms for workmen TV and Appliances, 2300 So. U.S. TRAILERS FOR RENT Lakevlew Ave., South Lake. NE Well, they're almost that
MALI
Utilities Included with 103. Call 267-6185. 1. 2674107. HELP. WANTED 69307. people love the way we i.-"...,......6
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monthly weekly. or seasonal WAREHOUSE FOR RENT NEW SPINET PIANO STATION ATTENDANT 30 to 50. MEDIUM SIZED furnished trailer WHISPERING LAKES 3 bedroom without damaging them. Call us e f,;
rates. 2674103.FURMSHElfAPARTMENT. Walnut finish, full size only $495. See Mr. Tuell Pacer Station, with utility house. Adults no 2 bath. $17,850( :2 I utility rooms when yon plan to move '
1 bed- I 4200 SQUARE FEET. Immediate Easy terms arranged. North Titusville. pets, reasonable. Last house fenced in back yard. central heat you'll seel : ,,:
room, newly decorated, nice location occupancy. J. W. Childr, Real KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC -- Kennewa St. Delcspine. air conditioning many extras. Think of "
adults. 2G7.2M1.! tor. 2075563. 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385 GUS FAULK CHEVROLET Is now SPRUCE HILLS 4 bedroom
taking applications for experienced Moving StorageLOCAL 2 bath with Florida room. Good 240' Main Street frontage
FURNITURE DISCOUNT Chevrolet mechanics.
SALES. See buy at $14,500. SHADY OAKS. .
mattresses greatly reduced at Service Manager AND LONG distance movers. 3 bedroom IH bath. This lot FIDELITYSTORAGE 400' spur tract. 87,120 square
: warehouse prices. Get them Moving, storage, packing has 30 orange trees. Extra large feet of space. Will sell all or
Westwood Manor while they list. 2111 Garden St., TV Company AND APPLIANCE benefits, $75 salesman.salary, shipping, cold fur storage, crat: lot. All for $15.000 with Immediate & TRANSFERDAY part. Zoned B2, ideal for
Nldy Shopping Center. 2675733or Call Arrow
tog Free estimates. 287-3341. occupancy. Realty
267.1926.ENVELOPES. commission W. T. Grant Pirtle 2677037. contractors plant and storage
Plaza. Interviews 9-5., Monday Brevard Rldgeway Mayflower. OR NIGHT yard, wholesale warehouse.Call .
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Business Sizes thru Saturday. 3 BEDROOM. 1H bath large living Phone) AM 7-0228

Old Dixie HighwayBRICK Also Kraft Envelope with clasp Mobile Homes Plumbing Supply air room conditioning, wall.to-wall, front carpeting room Agent J. W. Chi dre Realty

for mailing. Full stock at ,Star, SEPTIC TANKSof drapes double utility room. Call ALLIED VAN LINES AM 7-2541 I

Advocate. TRAILERS FOR SALE 267-4620 after 5 p.m. Brokers Invited
concrete steel-rein
precast ,
HOMES, 3 Bedroom, 2 Full Tile ADDING MACHINE: ROLLS, only 40 X 8, 2 bedroom. (1400 Bank forced, state-approved, sizes 540 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH, Florida --- -------- -- ---- i

Baths Central Heat Built In Range 25c coca at the Star-Advocarr 'financing. Rocket Motel, :2 I miles gals., 610 Grease gals., 735 gals, and 1000 room. Whispering Lakes. Fruit
north of Mima. gals. traps Installed. tanks trees. 267-1797.
/ Hood Sod Lawns & Shrubs Choice of Office a-' pumped and cleaned drain fields "North Brevird1 Oldest Real' Estate Service" !
W rolald. Work guaranteed. Pittman 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath by owner. .
Color Fixtures. Reasonably Priced. TINY TRAILER! TOWN Septic Tanks Inc.. Phone AM 7- Whispering Hills area. Phone 267-
HARVEY o.... e 1421. P. 0. Box 2010, Titusville, 4572. C0&W
1am n. Florida.
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Also F.H.A. Homes from $13,750.00 to I-i sloGan BEDROOM. !4 l bath new low
REAL ESTATELICENSE Lass.etceas Real Estate down payment. Nicest section In j

$14,500.00 $450.00 Down. Ready for $ I ..CpomlbooLstILi. ..e SousaN. Titusville. Forest 1I111 267-3564 : r44c. ,

SCHOOLStart LAKEFRONT ESTATE close to LEASE WITH option or trade.
Occupancy. .. C II... j Winter Park and the space Uni- Newly renovated approx. 1700 !
this Tuesday 7 P. M. aMa _Ma.Tiatal VnOanH versity. The custom built 3 bedroom sq ft, 3 bedroom 1 bath Country
267-5437 267-5293 2672802EOAKWOOD attend first session at our guest hum SUaa ao.e fat 2 bath house has 2800 sq home with one acre rich fertile !.

HOWELL'S saw s LOCATION ft. overall with central heat land Also tractor with Imple. 1. See this home located in one of Titusville's finest
BUSINESS COLLEGE t'. H.. .. Ute N. l>l.lwf I and air conditioning An acre of ments. Located near U.S. No. 1 residential areas. Three bedrooms two deluxe baths.
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N w mrnt* h.I'h. lawn sloping to the lake with 50 and north county line. Contact
a\ .-tI.". Extra large living room with wall to wall carpetingand
1528 S. Wash. Avl. U.S. Orange trees cypress and palms. .
( 1)) r'* H.. 5. S Ml. north ill owner. AM 7-3858. Price at $15,-
TODAY I 267-1161 Mima M .rkrl Mut.l., This lovely house and tropical 750. suitable terms. drapes. Completely equipped kitchen with modern
Tk. : 1MCicteeNowOpen, I setting can be yours for 'I .OOO appliances. Large oak trees in fenced yard. ,
-I II with good terms. Goldenrod Real ENVELOPES Business Sizes Has and well for irrigation. Refinanced with I
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Estate Box 37, Goldcnrod Flor- Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp
Ida. Mi 48736. Mi 7-7831 for mailing. Full stock at Star. low down payment. Call for appointment.
MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION i Advocate. I
Remember pay your Paper Boy. Z. Two bedrooms, Florida room with wall to wall car

!! peting plus drapes. Built-in electric kitchen with
Featuring: -- ---
refrigerator. Beautifully landscaped corner lot -

Kids Walk to School! fenced in. All this for $9500.00. Monthly payments

$74.00 includes everything.
r- LARGE 75' z 110' S LARGE POOL -
Chickasha Mobile Homes ;;: s4e # 3. Ready for occupancy within a few days. Three bed
WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES!: _
LOTS ) rooms IVa baths. beautiful built-in kitchen with

WATER Etc breakfast bar. Central ducted heat (air optional)
SALES DIVISION AND LOTU. t(4 Moms Love the Kitchens! BRICK. Only $700.00 down and $105 monthly pays

S. No. 1 2 miles North of Mlms at Rocket ,.. everything. You Can QUALIFY.

Motel) Phone AM 7-3097. 4. We have several elegant 3 and 4 bedroom homes in

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY Open 7 days 9 A.M. until 7 P.M. nearly every section of Titusville with FHA and

Dads Relax in Comfort! '1' conventional financing. Ready for immediate oc

TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusvllle go north on cupancy.

U.S. 1 to Mimi. Continue north on U.s. 1 for one mortmile 1 .
to our entrance on right For free Information r5oxm; $3960.OO1"A -HUNTER BnJan-Conwa'J & WnJIt'atl ..9nc.

call 267-5586. ROOM PRICED FROM
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PARK HOMES; REALTORS INSURORSDial
$16,200 FHA

DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! I LOT MORE FOR A LOT LESS" i iL IN BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES g AM 7- 2011 Day Night or Holidays

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Continued Irom SchoolsAN ai'f' TIIIC ( 'tlC'VI'I' C'U' III' NttTstat : ant I..h...... hi. wife; nollneI thai I'". above By, V, H Rpcaalnn'Dnpoty" or trie, I lo n i I'' int on the soulS
Preceding Page Used Cars & Trucks I stsu lAs I I H'UT ns sa.suIa I 5. .m.d ,
Charlo u Hikuyler, lalao known .. Ptnieiitt. h.. ( 1n04 line of MM UK: ', of the NB'
a"l ,555t FSl* staItCAlass (1515Th. ('h.. M l'tSoytePl> laotnettmea tit In analnM brnlIbt you in mill I Se qul.1 __Apr._ 20.., 2T! 7.1cr l 0, U Mesh 1944. ', and, II. H, tiuenrn nl'nt Lol 1.
ELECTRONIC EDUCATION 57 Ford IV IMNI-KNV NO. "HIM kIlos an Ch... ... Huhuyll-r. and atyled Court. hoabete. j ;; - -- of sold Hertlon 27. then N SB"
Involvmn tli
Pick-up fT9 MOTH Of "1'1'1' i'"'" ahevtitoicrlbail TIIII C'I1I1 11' C'U' HT..r Till
Real i1 I\ohu'I., hit .tt.. If alive, 1C op : aald loutS line oft
Estate II a guarantee of Job security at 54 Chevrolet Pick-up 100 IRVING A. MULDER und If ,ilead the unknown mouae, Ih. nature land.* a talil nail cauar, bain ren7..In 101"11' "IIUI\l, ( lH'T.. I"I KB\a> .r lisa .NBi; and U H.Uovwnmmt .

high wages. Contact lET! 10] 56 Old Sedan . . 115 ..... ruintirt helm. .Irimeea, det.area. (ranleea, set quint the title t of the eilouJa I AMI. HIlt, 1111"> Alt>> ( tat ! HOUSES FOR SALS'LAKEFRONT King St.,. Cocoa. Phone 60 Renault unxlllora, and any sad. all .txreana nh.ahelnsn,nt' Plainlirr a ,illMMuie nf ITse feel, mure on
636-3T20, Sedan . . .225 A. 1.. COLLRTTIS ami ELLEN iiM.rll.. ilHlinlii, by Ihrmiati.t un. the above 'in and to. IN IH.tMRMV !SO. MUM" 'lea*, to a point on aald' wet>
day or evening. 57 Chevy stick' coupe . 275 COULETTK, hip wife el al, 1't'.. aaie.t .50. .Id Ch... 51. all Intereila dea.rln. of lamia. br de.clarlnii .. HOTICK" ur .l IT rlahUof-way line of $MOUTH!

ESTATES baa the 51 Pontiac hardtop . 275' fniNt.nl.. 1'>. .1111\, loS, 1.1. kn..n a. t'haa. 11. named, herein' In and the Dafemlanla to rONTINKNTAi. MUltTtlAnlt IN. PA-THICK. UMie/H: them" If u"

homes with advantages you'll Services 49 Chevy Coupe . . 95 .IN tate. THeJ FLORIDA.NAMH: Of TIIM STAtE 55hIIi-ni'hn, H. fli'aitnoImpo, k nywen. ,I. nd. 10 be null and void and aald of 50055 VKMTOKM: Html. ,, a, Maauwbuarlla. h".. BT W alone saId vmeli, M htofVMy -
like. 3 bedrooms IVi huyleri and Cora IU jo ,iThHt, unit in en) iln raid' Do. line ol HullTH' HAJT
baths 51 Rambler I <
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coupe 45 : i in tliu> ler. hi. wife, noOses. It. fenilanti from tmerr.riM Plalnllff, HR-K. DH1VH parallel to th..
11,000.; $JOO down $79.38 monthly VACUUM CLEANERS REPAIRS BROWNING AUTO SALES A. I.. Collet and Elba Collatl. ttiauilidn miSt known .. H. II. wonmlii, titleHie ont In an. ..... ."",. lIne or will NM H eel In.*
Including P and I. hla wife, If living, and If dead thmunknown Chuuiliini. and. Jane. A Clmudoln hla I "tbau..toin .r TInE TAM-O.IARK ooni-on. '0 'Ktlnn
fl dlatanoato
24 year mort Parts sales, supplies Eleetrolux, 405< llopklm 207-1520 Plalmlff .m ast 10 said tanta, f:4. a .0
apouv, helra, 101.1.01..IP. '* ll<> If HvliiK, ami' It deail Ih. unknii Vou,, ... AT10N a I'loNda w.p..rollon. rt i.. tile Point olr I
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gage. Large lots. Just louth of Hoover Kirby Alr-Way, Re](. .-,..... Leant..... teeth tra .nd one n .:tIl'I: 0.. helm, legatee.j deVIMWN I by ordiired. and. you nro h., .1. .In''ln.*
;; mulred !
Whispering Hills Country Club air, Filter-Queen. O.E.. etc., Townsend Auto Parts and. all peraona or guttle claiming granteN, urwlllon anil, anv A ii.w.r lo II... CnninUlnt to filed file I here yaur. a-I-OIUUAT"1"' I.OTH 1 through 41, Illnrk N ..111It
(Route 405)). George B. Barley Free pick up and delivery.j 303 by. through uet rrt.raeu the and nil nrmoni or ;purlieu ui.umna, in analniM you In It,t'oI'on-nav, TUB 8TATW Of : TAM-I-I.AIK HIIHDIVI.
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Used mill 1... rullrtta and Kilos: Col- Tt THH .
Parts A. bv. l MKADDW
Cars iliinniih iiiideror aiam tho ,. IJIU1UK NATltNAI. UNIT '
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Inc., Tituavllle.( 2673022. South Washington Ave., 2675530. Top Prices Paid 'latin Cia wIts.. : o oia. 1>. Deamurknd auld Unbelt. It. (Ch.udula. lalau tin fh.mil (''','ini In of and the l fur Clerk, HreVHid uf. IIA NK. a national a ONi. .l'fqun ,:::..1I.'J.I'
For enmark, his wife, kmwn .. U. It. (fhauimln; ), and t'eiantp, ,Hinrtda. alhla ,,, bankingourRiirlllon. eharler.d iheretjf t.. 'IM mvorded 'In the
-I T V SERVICE CALLS only $2.95, Wrecked Cars! whoie true Clirlmlan, name. la unknown J.nr A. hiudiiln, ., hip wife, and all t""''Shll.. 'In oft. under the awe of the mat.of .. Public Itrrorde at llreranliCounly
House WantedHAVE and why pay more? T. V. Servo Free ) to $I'lalmlfl, K living and 5 If ,|M.I. .II.. or purlin. having, or claimIng HVifr., on or brfora the TMu'v no.., New Vera with ,iirlnnlnallilana t r-ltirlili, th. oslO 4* Iota
Statewide Teletype Service ..... helm, I. ..... .
ice Center .1 Iha unknown ,.OU.*, I. have any right title ar Inl a..f May A. l>. 1101. and Jerri of bu. at HI in nuiih t'int mure particularly., ilHbwed .
267-3883. 6 Miles North Of Minis lenalMa d."I_>a ..."....... omlItor. l.- In and to .the piouerly Invol. irut. Kiiil I ouinitlniti., In a Hlreet, Jamalia' IU, NnwS5I'l.LIYAN aa follow.'
I and anv and .11!! peraona nrMullen .....t. In Ihia suit, '1'" nf mw'h V.'k. The '
Titusvilla 267-1351 ir any portion A tin winitiMin PKKWH' S 'k of the an U of th4|
PARTY for 2 bedroom 2 olalnilng by, tbrnuah, unilpror Ibrnuf a, hrlrn" d........ l. bath home in Whispering Lakes 61 VOLKSWAGEN for ......n.1 tha said U..ir.. l>, Denmaik H quick isle, and -- Denmark. all .. Vo.1I .
beneflilnrli-ih .. oop\l.Ulln wllh
unknown .p" nrother tooi Ic oh lba-h. Prl" Kliirlda, less the south
Pleas '
area. call Mrs. Seltzer If AWNINGS $995; 56 Pontiac Catalma, hard "'If.. Walter II. $.oamma and -- PllrU,. i-lalmlng. bv. Ihioughi tr. :oilS ,iabo.. trtde. on en b. ,'lnp.I I ia.. uf huaiono. al fluii lherii' and thaI partiof -
you wish to sell yours. Arrow : top excellent buy. 1828 N. Smith Ix-irmoB bit. wife. whoe. truerialntlffl umlvi" or agalrut aui'U .........d per- 1.lIl: <:lIy'OR"F.RIW' knots If and ui Liberty:: New lbs M ''k of IIII Government",
Realty. 2677037. Dr. ('Ortailis n.m. I. unloDowlI to 5,5 0F I........... .1..1 0' naCUor' ihT.IM.! ,". and order. .lull u, that,. YII'k.IIICItNARI. Lol 4, ......lion 21, Towortln MMnulh
If living, and, If dead. Illeunknown ate. living or dean, e.l.tln( or dl.. Hailed nn.* a week fur. four,, Bui ) BLAI'IK. 110 Win. H...*. 37 Bailt HrevarrtCounlv. '
For Home or Trailers Cab- apouea, .keli.. lr.au>ri. inlveil, il.lining under the abovenamed o.0UIWUnko prtor lo the'141 pun- .hw a'Ioui. i.itnniy" Now t Florlila. lying ...t, ofi!
'." _., grantee., ......IIID.. *nd poe P.NI.Iul que. truitanl, .a.1, .iata, of May 10th. afiire. InlZsktaflrr the ......rI" low water lisa ot
Real Estate Wanted anus Carport Utility 1963 PONTIAC BONNKV1LLE. 4 and. all pwaone or ".rtl... otiiimlngby. ur olhvrMlae, or .. llnnora, rredltor., 1 lit.,viii. 141cr, Aho..tn 1'104.; t" tha. OIOANK. 10 WI. the Mnnitiitn' fonlrnl Canal 5, aapraa.ntly ,
Screened and Florida Rooms.No door hardtop with factory alrcon. through under or Malnil. Ii.. inert.',., nr any of the .now-named hayS,. .b ererat rl'nl.tlon a essi.5ainr slow 1'1.01. I.iurty.') New 101'.'''', leaa tee. '''Ullt.
ditioning. Power aald. Waller II. L..mnnsand Drfi-ndanl.' witolim anv 'Inlereil. In Si mean,t ..0,1510. l'i,1t4111. Verb lit feel thervdf.and .
steering power l.nsu 1.1. witil 10,50. M. Jt'95. In ..r ih MI..nRICD IttANK It Win.
; ant real ptopnrtvlnvuivnlt IIICIII.I\1: :\ FAIL
HAVE BUYER for 2 to 5 Acre Money Down I brakes. $3095. Inquire Citizen's ten (.l.o known .e- M. Mi John In aSia, ault, or anv pail thereof being ('sit-IO: Slid (',iNCt.C,1 NUT UII A mutt. IIIW I'tass. a.ib..rty. .. N"w I.HYH' 1 Ihrnuih 0?. Plink F.
with or without house. Golden. UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAYI Bank or call 267.3281 after 6 ...n). and" Jhs..a. hi. wife, ili'M-rllml .. follow. to-wll! ltNlNttttin AtIA1NS'l' Yttli 5511,5.;: tIN: York L",ia I throumi 14, Hlotk 9.
rod Real Estate Box 37, Goldenrod p.m. lwh, M (rca CurUt'an' n.in. (la unknown NIC. : to t'lalnllffl. IMlvlna.. ,.nd If Town.lilii :'l Houlh llanga .HI WITNNIIH I'lace. Lola: I thrniiNhi li, Uloek i I,
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Florida MI 5515 nosi "Ktitk.n,1
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8736 Mi 7-78S1 I Brevard Awning dead th. unknown ....u.*. h.lr. .., "Ham. liii 62 VALIANT 3 Seat 1..1...., devlaee creil.Itora ., eiy' l"nIh.. HAHAII linilCKHH: :::: : ::: J
wagon radio, grantnaa Houlh T a illS' 'rr. of WHof <. Ihl. ITIh .tuv. .r A.II. AU,. 11.11. Cia wife, Lnla t ihrainrh at, Uloek ,
LOTS FOR SALE Sales heater and many extras Call and any and .(" peraan or- Nil '- Mm.llon 13. Tnwnehlu II''I'IIT I4I\A', tOtS r-yn A tens- """ Lola, 1 I ihrouiin,, :XI: HIiKk .I..
267-1380. ttaiinseltisbiol I by, through iiodurar 81 Hotnh, Hangii 14 K..l. lirevnrd ''I'HUH It. HAHNRH Terb N. "" all In TA ll-I.AIIK' HI'IIKI.laliiN. .
267-633J or 267-2779 mulnev.i the saltS Henry M.: Jiihil-: County Florida. r'INk I of 5 ii. ("rallil I' JhIII: <:IIII.A1I Ul'TMAN' I ill,. \ UNIT/ No J, awiordlnej'
BEAUTIFUL LARGE building lot I ; Ion, i.lao known aa H, M. Jnhneonl Yiustos-tto0puinnhrrh. ", llrevard Counlv. Klorl.ln, 'tuet rvlew .Plane, Ha.ilngi-utf lo a propoaed, unresnlo5P1.1, I
in Whispering Hills sooe cash 19HO OLDSMOBILE I !:, 4 door hard. -- !: .M'c: New Tor thereof In u* r.ourd.'d ;In; Ih*
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blue JANIKN and I'ulillo -. ... of, are"", ,'
top and
Ed Kittles Agency, 611 So. Wash ROOFING PAINTING, additions, white power steering ----- JANIKN\: hi. wife, If County, Klorldri, t th. laid ISO
ington 2R7-0831 or 267.S323. and general repairs. All work and brakea, extra clean Notice-- married 411 Kant<: SItS' Hlreel I".. helnii m.... uartluul.rly. deevrlbeil -
__ guaranteed, free estimates licensed local one owner $1475. For this Club & Lodge I New York New York I M rulliiwiLol :

ONE ACRE lot, $ziso, 30% down, and bonded 2873411. and approximatriy 40 other used IJtVINU/ M4LLKR.!:' Liberty, I That ours af U. 8. O..mmont

balance 3 years. Call Wcssner ran to choose from call Facie : I, ","lIon 2?. Townahln JHKnulli
tES'v'mS MIU' ltU'!: Llhw'' loans ;:11 Baat, lylni. went
BRICK BLOCK and
cement work.
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Realty, 2677125. Weeks 267-3211. I of tha w..t.I, ,low maIn lisa of'th.
Free estimates. Yerger Construc --- (JKitA5.t: ) OKHKOK, lid Un. MO..UIIO Control Canal,, a..

LAKE IIARNEY St. Johns- River tion. AM 7o 128.COOK'S Wanted To ROTARYCLtJB TITUSVILLI GARDEN CLUBOenerit 01"Tons I'io"*. Llhrta'> N.* ......ntly lucalnl and that part
Buy
near Rt. 46. 100 ft. lake front YORK-RITE BODIES PHILIP VR8ANRR: and 01 Iha lit of lovernm.nl Lot,
4, IK I Inn .
% TownehlR M
building lots. Call Geneva 348. WELL DRILLING Serr- .1 MEETS THURSDAY mnlllnn all clrclei tndMnmlar MILUKKD I'KHANHII mst. Mouth, Hani. >t Kant Brev.nl
GOOD CLEAN COTTON
3191. Ice licensed."" Insured, work guar RAGS. 12:15: P. M. ," of h-t., Nov., P'...., March,, Of North Brevard County ALL"OtN, Lung island New York. founly., Klurlria" Ivlim meal of
Star Main
anteed. 2673245. Advocate Street. Stay, Time and place' to be annnun- I'AKTIMit rlalmlng by tha wealerly Inw waler Una of
ant, IC ., utlva ll.vurd lost Tn.....' Ihraugh. umlrr ant,| I..h.t! the the Mmqulto ('''nl..1 Canal l. a*
Sale or Trade PAINTING expert reliable and USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto Whispering Hills Country Club eaih month Irloher. thru May Indian River ont above' dor..I.named eorporat. and Individ-, preaemly Inraletl and tha weauerly
Parts. AM 7-368. Chapter No. 37 and all per ina i.n.lon of in. loll, usda
Dick Slmonet pr,.. .
satisfying: work Estimates gladly. Mm, I. A. Itlfell President claiming hy, Ihrniigh under. and from tho txlHtlne .b".. lln. of
19)8:) FORD COUPE rebuilt engine I AM 7-0778. USED HOT water heater. 40 gallon II. T. Walker, Sec', ROYAL ARCH MASONS agaln.il the folinwlng named Imlllo'wMt \ Ih. Ii ass.. It..... In the propoaed ,
hydraulic brakes new tag. : \ I .011 ."r5ioI-ain Ltt'O.atallla' l bulkhead line 5.1,15, ; more.. parHi '
2(7.8707. SINGER SEWING Machine Co. electric. NE 9307.. SORORITY Clifford Yeder High Prleit A 111'0 'ularly deai>rllml a. followeiln '

sale and service. Pinking shearsetc. I ADDING--MACHINE ROLLS, only Titusville Chap. No. 6 BIT SIGMA PHI Gill Williams, Secretary WMLPtlINT" CONCrlKTai u.!: p'l.taIOttA CO( ,, ,ArMR IN" .'''"th,'unlelalapain II... of V. M I Onv.rnnu.nl I on Ih. *:

sharpened Phone AM 7. 25c each a the Star-Advocate MMtlng lit and 3rd AeMIt WKI.I. .POINT CimPI.li Lot I, Nectlnn 27. Town.hlp. :W
2244. Office. O. E.S. Thurtday 7i30 P.M. Meets' Ird Wednesday 7JO: P. M. AT!(?HT".w. AI.AMiei ('1111 1'1111. Mouth Hani. 17 Knit llr.v.rd
at Masanlc Temple AIION AL..AII. INUIPIIIINT: l'ount1'1.,1,'., al Ih. weaterly
Tlruivllle
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tISMPAI'iY. AMICR'CAN PARTO me.n I low water IlnooSthe Mm.qulio .
MRS. S SAYS and BERTHA DEMOND .
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Dart* rnlwylerl ,
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HAVE BUYERS Alt'rll: MOVINIJ a I'ontrol, anul,, run Ih.ni.
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own a washer when at A1 re lilenl HIRAM I'IJNII1'IIITI'TIIJN' .'
COUNCIL
Worthy Matron No. 13. 11., INC'., it. e. 1111114' 40" W along paid aoum.
LAUNDRY COIN DEPART. AlOe Klttler,.. mcty.Meeta M14IIIMTUFT I'IIMI' AN" HWIIMBK-RINU/ CUM Una of U. IS, Clovarnment.I ..... I It
MENT at 412 South U. S. No. 1 SEE THIS Mra. Mary OMIIHOMMury R. & S. M. {l'ANY .NCl.Mr-OHATKII. L D. Pad .Id. lln. txlended' w..t..ly
COMMERCIAL lit and 8rd Tuaadarl I P.M. June llrmiilaFre.ldenl IIHAULKV: d/k/a .
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I I. I D. llradley 'Into the Hanana Hlver a dl.'....
you can use the best for pennies R. V. Bakes and. A...,." .,..., HirHNI'r HI.MM. of 1160 fuel, n"... or I..., ta a
1. 3 bedroom. 2 bath quick a pound." AM lll.llRTA Thrice' Illustrious Master INC.' I'ANAVKH"L IIIIMHHI1KH: Point on ,os.l bulkhead
Sri I INI'., THH I', I I. APPN line. .. dI"I{ *
spot What have you to offer I I'.... ftiMI'ANY, lying 0 Mr 14
Dean a INC.
Oeldle ,
Indian River AiA CHI Williams Recorder MM.VMIIT M"NI1"'A'IIII. 44''l" W a illnunoa of 811U7 fnet.
? FREEH! I TOWNHOUSE APARTMENT AM 1-MW INtl, roMCAAV.'I'ANY"? III MErCK from the 111'1 tmrner of th* NKt
MD miipir CMIM ,INC.. in > of (ha NS H of aald Metilon
Till llr-TA:
2. Spot for office building I L.P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION Newly constructed, within walkIng Ledge No. W l'rntltpapMmsell Meets, 2nd Wednesday at 7JO| P.M. KAMI' Oil ('ttPMHANY DIXIM !III: | Ihem run N II* :W: 13" VV.Ialona .

has plans and 1 distance to schools and f.&A.M.Met" lain Nellera a Mssonle Temple, Cocoa ( NCIIRTK<:, INC. TUN INIMIN. soil propnMd. bulkhead line
group money,, ION .
(IHI-OIIATKIN( DONALDIH 0 dulaniw, of Him IT feet lo a
needs building site. 1 SUBURBAN PROPANE Shopping Center. 2nd A 4th Thursdays, 7:30: BREVARD COMMANDERY $< KNUINKhirilNII: 'INC.. luAU point) Ilienca \N S* ole 1(1" W
at Maaonle Temnla "ALUM IIAIIDWARK INC, alone I a.ld '
RESIDENTIAL GASSERVICE 3 bedroom 1 bath Masonic Temple District No. 39 No. 24 K. T. FI-OKIUA. MtlrlTdAOU .Y BKfl'K1TIKM Una:: a .,.nl'.t' : : .. :
2019 U. S. I. N. 267-6411 : P.I1I1.ANY' n.l.HII>A plllnl 00 Si'. 'iala'rlyaui.saie.
1. 3 bedroom 2 bath quick limes II. Stewart, Matter ''Florida Nuri.s Ann. Lacy Rimer, Eminent STEEn: '. P""M>KATIOIir. rHANK.' at the north Ills ot lbs I '55 0'
possession. Living Rm., Kitchen W. Frank Darden. Itoot',. Commasd'pGill : los tJ IIP Oil A T B U. 11. a .Uny..nm"hl 1.... 4. sosltn ,-
linirKIN WICU."UINT I ('ORI'OItoo. 12. nr soil, I..wn.hll' .,.?
MesOn FIrst I Tu... Williams
ACREAGE I Enclosed Garage Recorder ATlONiri.OHIDA) U, Ctl.tJ r.n.01\ point. lying a Ml' 14'
Used Cars & Trucks of each month I OONTHALTINU CO INc' I 15,117.' 4U" W a dlalanc' ,. ot SOulS feetLot
1. Need 5 to 10 acres' for Immediate Junior ChamberOf p.m. Metts 4th" Wednesday, 7:30: '.M. IMILI.H-I1IIVAI. COMPANV. e trot..I liar 014 r C 04
Central Heat At Pint reilrral' gaylnm and I.onn Monocle Temple Cocoa dlvlnlon of Hiiudallle' Imluitrlea, 1'I d lOb ..r.h: : 'a : patti
development, 2 Ine., INDHSTIIIAL., CHROIf: CUM. H.l1l1l1n 521 I Ihnre 1'1 8U' 14'
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CADILLAC 4 door ildent Dorntbx Furaler' R,
51 hardtop N.
buyers Commerce I'ANY 1IIUC.W' tii"
JllNKM, fAb& 'slunk uoit 50,1k 1100 UI
Air ConditionedFor
gray, A-l conditions, has some He .Mary Dnrla Mlllner, K.N, ','NKlt JOM.M: MALHINM the : :.: :"0 U .. (Iv.rsm'nt:

Have several large investor rust. Tires like new one owner. Karl' Spencer, Pres.SUve ., Phone AM T-IKira PILOT CLUB WMI.IllNCI j HHOP-, LKHNAKO 4 ._110. 11 and, Mid llnrKlendud
Information Call mtom iHANnrkii tNo I WHl.ily Into Ih. llan-
groups from Midwest scheduled 1150. Cash. Call 2678896 after Pantone, $ c'y Mrs. Betty Jones, ,,... Kl.l MA1IK and iMtKY: MAHll ass Itlver a iUii.ni of limo
to tour area for Investment In 5 p.m. Citizens Bank Building CZECHOSLOVAKAMERICAN hla wife, tlMOHIIR V, MKSM'Hp' ; eel, mIa ar IrM, ta a point alha
the next 60 days. Call now Mooting lot and 3rd JANe.: g. MOIIIIM/ and UKA 'I! A weilerly mean low water
Need additional sites. 1958 EDSEL take over payments. G.M. BARLEY Mecti Every Thursday 7:30: P.& *. CLUB 13 00( Wednosdan I MOOKK NA-IIONAI.. tlYCKUM :I In* of ulil:, Moiiiullo. : Cnnlralanali ,
: Rlvervlow Hestaurant l'Mi'ArtY' JOMKPI1 MKKUI.N' !: sod (' ''b core niuth.rly. me.nil.rlnir .
small down payment. See at 1316 Of Titusvlllo
JlI<:TTY ,
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Space Real Estate Inc Tropic St. 811 Granola Ave. Executive! Hoard Monday I. It IG DOS Ntl I-OHPOHATION .r in. of tilt MoMiulln C..".
TITUSVILLE
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REALTORS Before lit piTTHHvnnii TitirriNti: LAHDHATOIIY nil Cash a dl.l.mu of :Kill
1963 FORD F-350, stake body II. I Recnlar.' meetlDaa 2nd Widneaday ofih I Wednesday I KAHU IIAIKH and other foot mom or Ins, to tb* Polnl

Glen Schlueter 267-6668 H. equipped dual rear wheels, 342 Washington Avenue. AMERICAN I ti mOil I h. Hall open emS "u..".", partlM, unknown la the. plaintiff or Dulnnlni"
; TITUSVILLI h/. "ader and A..... '.'.... HOMK
new condition, 267 OR59. rhurailiy and Calurday evanlni .1 II I MILL lll'll.l' >"'imuKflM-IIA, INf.. Yot. awl Paob of pun. am bomb 11
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267-3622 1 LEGION I S pm. PUBLIC LIBRARY IIKN T. """"'I'NII.. NIII'TII' ".0'1''. I astiIt ibat a .ult In I-ta-sry.i hd
- -- - --- --- -- :;. I I II" I fjlavka Ihhm IIK'K IIU"I'I.Y.'N<; ; HOUTH. been brought, agiilnvt you, l liy CON

Hurry Teetrl.k. Comdr.raul 1 1421> One Read I-A1HICK UTILITY ('011..0". TINI-UNfAl" NIIIITIIAtlkl lilt
1 1111 S sits I 'T tUI HT ur atouutinitinsha. llyara. AdjutantMn.ti VITIRANS 0/1/ iiiORLOwAR' I II ,oTlS. : ATUIN. HALI-II" A, NQirtllKK.: TIC VIo'I'IJIIII., : S Mia.Mihll.ell.. hue.IUM. .
TAM-U I.AMK trout in Ihi tlrmiit Court at
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tOKIM.IIATION, 1/
IBMMACHINE itussir I" Int and and. Tuaeday BARRACKS 1196 Mon (thru ttl. o I m. *.no pm. HKNT-IT: INC.: I'NITKI' !)!) PTATr'a th. Ninth Juillulil" tlruult. In and
5 "It 11I1"'HIt t "I' s-CC .
"'.UHII'StIlt.'. IV IIIAMKMl"M : Legion I'--! pm.Woman's Meets first Wednesday SaturdayTituiville fi.m. .830 p m. "" AM ImICA. IJNI1KI. '"'AT..... for, /o'; :''4 :Counly: r'lurlda; herebjau.nmoneil Chant
each month American rilNIIIMrM; : HIPM COMPANY, "UN- J6IWT. anl you are
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ITCh I'AKTH INC, VALKAIIIA unlernl) .. and r.talrn'I| I.
TRAINING !Mini: OK .'oKl'r".U: IIK NU K: Club of Z Legion Hall with Cover Lodge No, lOflZ CANt I'O, IH\, WILLIAM It. fill your wrliten ...w.. or itafena.aa .
IU'WfIlN I I .' ;UjoIIAI.I KAVINUH 'Rj.ed Ulsh Luncheon 1 pm 'uarr Loyal Order Of ? WAI.I.AtH KAY WAIINibH: All. lo Ih. .manduil' itDinplalnt' filed

Day & Night Classes Now Forming AND 1,0AM AMMOCIATION, a5.sli.d Titusville, Inc. L. E. Pepper, Comdr KNCY INf' MVMNKR<: WAIT. herein, agnlnit you In Ih. ..h..v..nllll.,1 *
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mate corporation, MOOSEMtets and KKX .rune d/b/a Walls In Ih* llfflu of Ih*
MEN & WOMEN NEEDED NOW Plaintiff Meets lit Monday of Each Month Tom Watson Qm. v.,.., a partner.hln, and" all parileanlnlmlng Clerk uf lbs Clr.ult Court In and.
va.VANCR. ---- --- -- $ gL0' Tuesday S ,.m. by, lh" ,55, under. ..ndagaln.t for llr.vard. County, ,....h..., al klaoffk'o .
: f. HRACKETTaadMAniBDKAtKRTT. : : October thru May lb.siuvoa med .In SI,. Court lluua at Tllu.-
Th, IRM Data Proceealnir field I la th. failaat growing earaer offering ': nil sIC; FI.OIIIOAINKlklKIAI. TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUB 1 Mile North ef MIme M. U. S. 1 and. Individual, Lefenilanta, corpiiivat and villa, riorlda., an ur befur, 1)1. lOud
rederil' and Klal' Government, and I prlvat Iniliutry; : urge mi-n and '. tOMMIXHION: : and Mn. J. J. Condon Preg. Jim ?Maltble Governor all peraona, mirpiiratlona day of May, A.U.. IIM4. and lo __
women, to train or retrain a> ,..,lall.11 In tha pro'emlon. of HIM Data 'fll1 I I'MlfcU/ TAm.K OK AMh.lt1CA ____ __. -- 7:00: p.m. Thursdays Ralph Brokow. See'y having nr I"n'y" :: :: rlglil: Sills: a uopy uf .uck a..w.r or ilefnaeeaupon .
meaning' and computer programming a eatala, Hen, or lniere.1 In th. fol rriiftim. U...... .* llull.ml.// "
Defendant.' PYTHIAN Flotilla Restaurant ; 'lowing deinrlbeil lunil. lying .Illlal ,, itlurnev. b.r.ln, what
IBM Data NOTICE IB HKREIl. OIVKN $ South LIke : ; trd and "being In Ih. f'nunlv uf Hrevardnd anilreea In mm Film Av.nua. Tllu.
Processing pursuant to a Visit Decree) ofMortKHK. Wednesday Ih. Hlala of Florida, ",'WII! villa' t'lorl.l.. on or before aalil
men anil women th. opportunity$ t nears high wage. unlimited ailvaiKvnmnt Foreclo.ur* dated April SISTERS If. G. Rcnzenhafer I tech month LOTH I through Ih, Illnrk A, date, auras, IrnI hy the law. efiriiirlila
....urll'. and preitlg. that no olher career can. FloridaOrlando HO, 19k4! and entered\ In Chamwry ritu.vllla, Temple 22 President Lola I Ihrnugh 1111. Hliirk II, and Iha IBM Florida UulMuf '
7h arstsata, .Indenla, .'0 now waekla roe Mulln Comp.ny, ttIY. ..f Cam No. 27473 of the Circuit Court Meeta 2nd at 4lh Tuea. J. f FgM..II f I ,. M. Lola I through, II 1. Into k I', Civil I'roMilur., If you fall la do
National' Hlandard, Life In., Minute Maid Co, 't' Whatever of the Ninth Judicial Circuit I In and of .ch month at 5pm W. Scruggs, Jr., Sec'yNorth "rhreugh May Lnla I through 05. illoik, T), ao a Decree. I'.. Confea.0 will be
your imvlnua, background la you too can qualify for SliM training. for lllll.borou.h County, Klurl.U, all In TAMiMAIIK HIIIIDI.Vl ..ilered ...10.1 you run the r.ll.f
wherein /lOII'rUN KKDKHAU WAV- Wrr.. Douglas P'uIoh M,1.C!: -- ",. Hardln. ; .HN UNIV Ni,. l, aoitorillng ,- d..mon,1. ,' In lbs .mllllllni
IBM Key Punch and INdia AND LOAN ABHOtlATKJN M. '. B> IIt.w..t.! B..ly. 1 f ''In..1' pM">""4aorllfdll1iii 'n.. You oca furih.r notlfl.d thai It*
a United Bleu corporation( la Mri._Evelyn, !! Freeman, Planlirt Brerard .Fh.;, AM .f-tOt >'ke/r oJl.d 'In "ij., I I natur ol acId .ult I. la _u.. a
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Bookkeeping Machine I'lalnllff and VAN('K r.! IIHACK.Krr Horseman's Club otter S p.m. :1 Jlr.urd ,foiiniy' "tr.. :: d.l.rmlaalliin' .r Ih. lnd.kt.dnai*
and MACHO BHACKKTT, the acid, liu 'Mi being mona ,pirtlnularly aeuured by the rarlaln _......
IBM Key Punch and flookkeplng- Machine operator. ar. In lurh d,. hlil wife; FI.OHIDA INDI'HT- KIWANIS CLUB Meets Second Monday feed Monlh Bre.ardRehabilItation d.NrllMd .. folluw.i dat.d on or shoal .ul.mb.r :u.
mand throughout, the whole country that It would be 'Impoulhle to HIAL COMMIHHION. : and THK 7:00: P. M. North Comm.m-lng the NM mirner of Iwl, and .o"tod on or aboutMeplember
fill all the I high paving( Job. now available I* women In Ihla field. UNITED: KTAThW; or AMKKK'A. Meets Tuesdays12lL Center Heellon n. Town.hln M Houlh :II, I IMU 'In Official Hee.rd .
If you doalra more Income than you have now, more aecurlty and advancement ,'. are Defendant, I will wit to the : p.m. Lawrence Parfcer Pee.. Range IT Rail llrev.rd Cniinly, ( .. .* Hunk Sail: pane VII. of Ih. Puke'
call today I fur, full, tstormalloa.Computer hlaheel and belt Milder for cieh at N.. Williams Ave. Klurlila, run I he; an. S mIV! iD'' llo He.urdl Ill llrev.nl CoualriKlnrlda
the Front Door, of the Hrerard WHISPERING HILLS Phone AM 7-4*?* Arthur Dunn Airport W along the n"'lhIn./ nf Iha and tsr Crool, ,,.ura.Ias 4
Programming County CourthoUM In tha City of COUNTRY CLUB NB \Mi of Ih* MM' '4of.aiima' m.rn,>>.., whIrl muria' ... enouiae
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Tituavllle. County' of ai......,t. Flor- Chris Parker" Sec'y M.eta 2nd Thuri. every montb! lion n a dltlane. of 1"1 i feet I..,. in* r_l. '''.''.1'\0' loralad .In
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Electronic' Computer programmer, irs at a premium. With the advanofmenli lila, at 11 :m AM. on the aNus day. Doyl Fri.be __ PUBLIC INVITED In 0 point on right-of-\ llravard Co"nl. rlorida. deacrlbeil
being made today In computer programming, a young. m.n of May., 1W4 the followlnc dr.'rlhedproperty I'reeldentTom Pros.I W. Let ',".In. way lln. of : JT'r; PAfltirK bova la this ZSeUoo .1 Mult.
or woman ha. lie opportunity for a rewarding career a* 5 programSTUDENT ae aet forth (In aald Final _Gnu_"avwratarr, North inward Shrine Club FaulkPhone DIIIVK' .Id point being Ih*. Tha sirs ft ,hi oearf in whirl
m... lleurea of Mortgage foreclosure: : Ird. Thursday 7:30 p.m.ELKS Sec'y.l Mrs Martha 1'1 NT or IIKfJINNINII' of th. Ihl. saSs baa bonn Ineilliil.d' le Ih.
..II : B. P. O. E. ELKS LODGE AM 73043TITUSVILLI l.nd' herein, dmribed" lien N. Ireult Court .t Ito" Nlntnudlolal
LOAN AVAILABI.R REOIflTKRED DIPLOMA Lot 11, Blork II, LKKWOODKORBHT .) Moot At --- -- --- -_ .- 5'..h'o/.rW': / ali.nl aalt' <" (Ircull .In andllrevard. ConnIe:
MPKTIMH fRKSJ: : PLAPKMBNT NO I, according lo No. 2113 1 ii,. p.ralli-l;: la Klwiila. and Iha nhhrevl.ied title
TRAIN' ON' IBM Etjl'IPMHNT: the rial thereof aa rei anted. In CLUB lb. mat lisa *< la. KK" H of the of Ih.. r.n. I. 4.0NTINICNTAU
Flat Hook 13. I'aia 's of the Noun Monday' Nights t KM '((4 of Nmtlon 21. Town.hl MoH. i'en-roue' a M..<
Publlo Record of Brevard 1239 S. Wathlngton Ay.. { f Chas. Helter Pres.Prenk TLTI M mouth, Mang. 87 1':.". die .......11. biifilaeM Inlet, v.. TIltS
CALL 7835575or County, Florida, loarlher witS I I .'clock I 'Santa of .11ll. ( feel Ibm ... IfliS' TAMV.LAIIK (XISIPOIIATION. m.irierlda .
the followlnc: Dtrdtn Sec'yPh. 14' ... W ....11.1 'oo. 'h. oorim-atloii. et al.
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2545020or Cuatomalra Heater NI415' KW Walter J. Macho| I. R< north II.. of tha NK <4 of; Iha It I. .h.'fh, ordered thai Ibis
All permanently Inntalled, Including RuaMll ..tCh.'de'.c.' .. AM 743.1 LITTLI/ NB: K and Ih. north //I.. of Nolle. ., Hull in.II n. publl.hei
the building and. appurtenaaree -- I THEATRE, INC. II. I. (S nyc..m.nl Lot I of aald onr.' WMk for four (4) aonMcullv
write: IBM DEPARTMENT located thereon tonelhrr wllh) tha VETERANS OF "..1100 IT a nlaianra of isiiimi weeka In lb. Tllu.vllla Kl.r-Advo.
m.nllu.. CursiahisCa. sal tlllll.oo.lIu.l. Tltunl11. Toastmailers 'ORIIGN 01 .,. lot Tues. of Me. I:00 p. m. feel, le.i t FLORIDA TECHNICAL COLLEGEDept. therein, and located. thereon.Court WARS Illlle Theatre. Bld.. aff lirnoP Anal tb. .: : I:akor.'I .. of a MI.,.. .. Hnrard Counly, Florida.
Meet Meeting led Ills -J quit Contr.t and having' ......I
DATED Ihl. I d., or May, 1134.S Wednetdays Canal, lb. rlroulatlol lot
- - ( M.elCVRTIII> ':45 P.M. Th......'., a PM eank. I TITrsflsta .0ulb..I.., tn.aa't.rtng Lid Urav.rd County: riorlda.WirNRHM .

R. BARNES' @ ClufchOp.n. ...lo.ly .ho. II,. .5 auld, ..55.SI my. baal aa Clerk ..
T Clera of Circuit Court I Channiala.r S '.M. Dally Scottish Rite a dl.I.... or uae 50.5. morn .aid Clrouli Court of Ib. Ntntk.
Dear Sin I IPl. St.."..,I County. Florida' Judlel.l' Circuit .I. and for .....
70S Magnolia Avo. Club P. 0. Bei Ml .
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I yard County, .101.. and Ih. Mai
HI V S Kpina-ler
.... furnlah ma with complete 'Information on your IBM Training Deputy Clerk Ralph, Scholb), Commander Floyd C. Brown Pros.JoKn If have real of th. .Id eourl al Tllu.vllle.

rOI'RHHON rOl'RHHON lob YOUIltl. ,,,.. AM 5701 Milt AriortotiMn Qutrttrmtilor, W. Praser Secy.Meela you estate llravard County, Florida, o* Ski,
SOT Forty-FIrM mreel .. ... Klh day of April. AD. IM4.CIHC'UIT '
Nsesi .. ..__ Are ( < Tee 'cM p !
I ( CI'UIIT MEALS':
Miami' Ileacb, Florida WHO MaMala TimpleTltiMvllle to sell or If are
May 4 Mon.> 1M4. TITUSVILLE you
Riverview p. T. A.Meets CURTU R BAR.ir "dd..... _....._..__-______ City --.--_ j Ih* Circuit' Court, ;. '
RIFLE tt PISTOL CLUB Chapter looking for choice real County. S'iorila.SI ", .
Home Pa. _... __" Office Pb. __ The Tirusville Star. at Riverview, THE NATIONAL ,. 11041. 11.11I."t"

FLORIDA TECHNICAL COLLEGE Advocate 1st in circulation School tit Men. loch Meets SECRETARIES I estate use our classified rnorrnN' skEwER Clerk. oil -
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!> Month, 7:39 p.m. Wednesdays ASS'N. (Infl) HOLLAND

'7404 y. Atlantic Cape Canaveral in No. Brevard. I Earl Snyder 7:30: p.m. lad M.ndo of Sick: MastS 1 columns. ave Tllu.vlll.Aitorney.Palm. A for lv..u.rtorld PlalnllfC

President Chamber" ef Cemmerce reNds. CsrtarPr.s. Allt .1o\OI ,
Apr. W 21. May t. 11_Mon ) 1SS4.
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A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville H750 to fftOSO Homes restricted to 1800 sq. ft. minimum.



FH A LOW PAYMENT DOWN Only Z Mile Wwt of US. 1 On Gardea St. COWART & CARTER


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Pig 1-1 Tlrwwltle (Fl.rUa) ) Itar..'",.ute Monday, May 4, "IM4 lue this ,ur. 1
M's.Ilarr . . . . .
Vernon Oaken, son of
Virginia her birthplace, every flue, on the cast side of the
IRC 1 NEWS E year, usually in the Spring, to Indian River' Plaza A. Fowler of ill Pinecrest EASY TO TRY :
I visit relatives and to trim and Avenue South TltiavlTle

clean up her mother's grave Personals pas been admitted to the PROFITABLE TO USE .

(Continued From Page 4-B) She tella us that the' same old J. B. Blackman, who lives at crane Administration Hospital More Calls Meant More BuilneuTllusvllle .

jail where she lived as a child the Corner of US No. 1 and Bay Pine., St Petersburg, and

is still there, as well as many Highway 50, has Just returned Is understood he will be :
other old a
buildings. after a aojourn in Halifax Genera for some time undergoing tr! \ KQiuut-
A lifelong Democrat, !Mrs\ Hospital! In Daytona Beach. ment. Ill
Hamilton la a second.cousin to He works at the Cape and Is Are Cocoa & Cocoa Beach e

Kentucky's Governor, Bert t well known In this area. tt 267-5530 638.7031.
Coombs She reada two and sometimes
three newspapers everyday Ivan Stone or I Irng time e0 ee . . .

and still sews on the sewing Mrs. Petty! Challdln, wife of resident of this city U the corner

machine. She likea mysteries and Joe Chaildin of Tangelo Avenue, of U. S. No. 1 and Siite: I.

detective stories, especially returned from Jess Parrlsh Memorial No. 50, has returned to thlu. Classifieds Get Quick Results!

"Perry Mason" on television. Hospital last Wednesday after several months of duty In

Besides her two daughters ahe after undergoing aurgery. She i

has a grandson E Gaylc Ken Is about again but baa to take

nedy in Eau Gallic; three granddaughters it easy. She Is recuperating as P ? !I ?fltttljI,0? ? ?1i1 !? ; :: ??!! !

Pat Michele and well as can be expected. Joe Sliced

Debra at Satellite Beach, and works at the Cape. They have

two great-grandchildren, Patti five children, and young Tony

and Nicole Kelly Kennedy, in their eldest, made the Little LeaIN .

Eau Gallic.
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I THE (leel I|T COl NT Or THKMM
-- -, Building Complete II JLIIItlVl llfll'tlrN

M,.. J. P. Hamilton The new 40' x 180' office building d Abu LA.b! tUH .MHfcttHU lUtMTl, 31E':
built by Stackhousc Construction /: l.lIo\IIII'KI Ie.,. conic ..ill !
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Magnolia 110'1" or altrnxroATE ? i ?!
Company on
the jail. : tlI
Avenue, between Jepaon and 1I1I:41..1f.. Plaintiff,
the time the
She remembers vcJuHN ,
helped lome prisoner escape. Pritchard Is Streets is completed ltd.A'rTT'D. EEATT nle wlo! *. and I If -. and ij riP'it! ? ,
It a magnificent piece of work, m"rrl..d1 -
UOHTON FJVJO 1'1011 .i .... :
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When her father was away from; an asset to this Community andit LANK. a ''' bank orcanlaed Li ? D 11 : : .
and exUtltif gear' tba I... at the .
dwarfs all the neighboring '
the jail, her mother kept the jet, Comraoawwlh\ fit .iii.i.il i
buildings. r M."D:, 'J .!! .
to
keys on her apron itring Once .
IN THE NAME' THE: BfATB 491"
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she left them hanging on a nail., or FLORIDA TJ THB rOLL( \V. QUANTITY REGULAR
In the kitchen. She tell. ui that lING NAMMUtA'DbfllONATlLDUbPBNUANTll !:
New BuildingA : TO-WITl, PRICES GOOD .: :
the prisoners were fed through JOHN D. BBATTT and _
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small opening In the kitchen, sign proclaims that on State bATTY; hla wife. If married and WINM DKII eTOeae .
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Road No. 50, south side, a new BOHTON riVB CENTS: HAVINUD
wall and one of the prisoner BANK, a bank oicenlaed: :
of this "hole In 'building in course of construction and euletine :under lb. !ewe of the ; "
took advantage for Jackson's Mlnlt Market Lommonweath of Mueaohuaettai. ISO, EXIR
the wall" by offering her candy YOU AND BACH OF YOU are .
This location is just opposite the hereby notified that a ault( baa beenfiled
chair and
U. she would climb a .
711 Store at the Intersection of aided you In the above-entitled 1
get the keys for him She was .cauaa, and you era herebyrequired 2J EXTRA STAMPS j
Coquina Ave. and Highway No to file your an.wor or written .
Jive years of age at (lie time 50. dofennea. If any, with the tlorkof Cube Steaks II \
and rould not know all the havoc thla Court and to erne a copy
thereof upon tie Plaintiff attoiney
which would break loose when 13 WHOM name and addiMaapoeara 25 EXTRA STAMPS
ihort lived New Post Office .hereon, CI' or before theUtn -
men marched out to a -
The new Post office building, day uf May, ISM, If you full Cuban
freedom On horseback her to do ao, a Denrae Pro Confnaiowill 6Jii
father and hit deputies had them Just west of Winn rule's big be entered ,.,init you for the
relief demanded U the Complain! 25 EXTRA STAMPS :!
all back within 24 hours Was she store at the Indian River Plaza, The nature of the relief loimhl 1 III''
punished for this Site recalls Is nearly completed. Work pro. and.partition(prayed the for In amid cull iloK.rlln.,1 la Ihr Palmetto :: ,
/ollowlni
that ai ahe was too young, hedlrln't greases at !this time, and it Is property, lylnaand bring In ..- ,
understood the building will bi hard County' Florida to,win t 25 EXTRA STAMPS -
punish her but she can still I.ot 10 of Block( F, Magnolia
hear hia harsh voice when he ready for occupation by July 1st Manor Molbou", Br.yard 2-lb. .
LIMIT 3 LBS.
County Florida' aa recorded In
icoldcd the prlaonera. Bank BuildingThe Plat ,lp Book of amid II!, County ace TS; puhllocrone 50 EXTRA STAMPS | JV
She recalls her covered wagon WITNESS my hand and seal. of ." I'
First Federal Savings and .
tripe in the "good ,old days acid Court at Tltuevlll.. Hrevard Brick
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Loan
when they virtually lived in a Association's new buildingand M'lsJT"1- "ll1 day "

wagon and ate by the way.side, The Its type annex of architecture Is now completed.Is very Clerk CUHTIfl Circuit R BARNEi court ."'!. ;!I1'mr wnr. .r.!;. .'W..i l.:i
atops. She was caked U ihe want. By V .. HpanglerDeputy UBti1 rT 1"W"
ed to go back to the good old: pleasing and a beautiful garden Clerk
has been laid out between the fro'lon. Brewer Holland .. .. CHICKEN.
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days She Uvea on I farm la nov Palm Avenua .
2/89,
main building and its annex Tlliiavllle, Florida If" A HAM
told she has the
and
Virginia/ us ,
Attornnyt for 1i
plaintiff
This location Is ,on Coquina Ave ,
same push-button gadget on her Apr U, 90. ST. May 4 (Mon) 1M4. to it TURKEY
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farm that moat modern housewives 50 Extra Ii MEAT LOAF

have In their homes, but VOTE FOR r WITH THIS 1 pfl4 __ ,..._o- SALISBURY STIAK I

said Mrs Hamilton, "if I had to 1 k ONe 'aou" hlAM -

do without them. I would get r FOI > DINNERS .

along anyhow". WallyHassclbring euoa..

She goes bmk to \Vhllosturgv AT ANY .'a
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:t2,00791
MtTKH rOil Ml>.. _
healed bill, will ba rewlved, by tha s i
Tlluavllle-Cocoa Airport Authority i
up to T:VO P.M.. May II, 1W4 at lb. Republican u i
Br.v.rd County tnnmualunerahoum r
Brevard County Court House. 50 ExtriT. .....
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lituavllla, Klorld. or to ho County. District 1 County fo/Commissioner
CuitimlMlnnar uffloe, Dlntrlut No $ WITH THIS ," "" ...-
I. lltuivllln, Florida. mused to he I
attention Airport( ( Dimt or Mr.r, fin Hloh.rO Kymiglnr. Dun rmtaN : \ .' 1 \ ,

line U) IW.4! I'aMaMnr Cur.fmir Married Four Children H H\ H
(4)) door emeu Aulon.olloT'.non'I..lnn. ODD- i I
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wliwlhime 1 lew
not
than lit Inuhee, VS Hn ine, antho. 1. Treasurer of North Bretyardelation. om. BDI dire As.o AT AN" CJ
:.. thin lien bonipgvir, eulaide 'j"' I r
war view mirror, back up
light, roolrculntlnf bonier anailolroiter 2. Vic President of Board of Director. of Good Shepherd '
five tt h'' e JO a U. 4 plytlree : I'
Lutheran Church.
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not IBM than M> importalternator 1 &. -
and. two wlnd.hteldw.ehrrr(sal entail. tlirtrlo.wlpcrt ,- 3. Best qualified through years of experience In build l .,

directional deeds 1: end: pod with ing and developing field. 50 Extra ..
power alinrlng; anil pow rbrekra 4. County Equipment and Purchasing ahould be consolidated Fresh Fancy Golden Bantam
factory (deluxe air conflltlonlnf WITH THIS COUP ,
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oolori hah! ireenPaymenla for economic reasons. IP '
to ba mad In twelve Twat / t
S. A Industrial Board should be
Ctrl) equal monthly lounllmwnwith County Planning Ii
lnl..rit, and the ,twelvedJI( established to cooperate with City Management.. Gold King

equal l.......! monthly will ba conalUoret Initallmnila a with part In.of 8, County Road Construction Standards should be drastically 0000 CORN

Cite bid. raised. AT ANY A*
All bid. to ba marked "Hid 1004 :
((Man. Alrnnrt(bid on IH.. .,left. outride 7. The Stal.-Mated South Central Florida Flood Con 1 ')
of
owner anvelopaCHAIRMAN
The Airport. Authority hoard nwrvw trol Program should be Immediately Activated.
the, rlhl0 reject any cud 8. Facilities and Means of Keeping County Beaches Uf
all bill. :
JOHN c. FLARE Clean.

TITITMVILLB.COTA) 9. A Two-Party system to protect the) Democracy of 50 Extra 10 EARS 59',I
AIRPORT AUTHORITY the United States end Brvard THIS r- ,.
MKKVARD b
tOUNTf Wally Ii IiWITH
FI.OHIDA (Pd Political Ad. by Hassclbring) "
Soy f 11".1.' May 4 011"0.1 heel While"
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New Books Received At LibraryThe

Star-Advocate
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i 1'- following new books have Krau, Tony and hli friend Jeff

been "relived lit the Tituivilht by Edna Walker Chandler, Picture
Th. VoIce oi 25.000 North Brevard County Re.ld: nU Public library
honk of Georgia by Berna-
Section. C. TITUSVILLt, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 4, 1H4 Pots 1-C: Adult dine Billcy Picture book o(

-- ---- The!' Drums of Tonkin by H rlcln by Brrnailine Bailey;\,
,Jlilcn and Frank SehrelderAiidiln ,
A WilnkL lit Time by Madeleine .
Home Appllnrue Service
Employment (:wide by Edwin I I' Anderson!' L'En: le, Mystery at In

lady on ttit Coin by Margaret 11-n Inland by Fred Gohman

C. Bin'not. Ul'l'bst How to grow Singing for the World.Marian
;ns Bright coal "r" thorn by Louis Evans Anderson by Janet Stevenson

Doili' Hi''! Teacher by Isabel C. husky Pu ky In Ot: by Frank

) rose 35.4 percent duringTold three! month of 1904 totaled Midi'Hind. Mrs JOJ by Baum, Grumpa In Oz by IN
liulh: mtomery., Trunk burn, The path
63. $47,I.::!):747 on 2.008 units, coupl young
:\ Tho Murd-r Trial of Judge fun, 'r *. book, of Oceans. Streams
Personal Income -
eel with government contrail\: J'rl'l l ny Jim Dlthup, You rail kill l Under by William D.
( ,9410(10( in 19UU! ) rose! it)7
rrt'llt In om yrur, 19(11( .62, totiiling $91,HUD.042. for giRiid dunlin in riorldn by Mary large!. Life In the Forest t by Robert
In :Ittl'l'h9li4\ GUI Tax rol. 'lob+I of $130127,7119: for llievunlCo Kohl; leallicicraft bv Robert Snedluar, Animals on I.
('lions ($408,023)) were 20.8 per .mty. 1.. Thompson, The' p hot Farm by Jeiry Selbert.
lx\c list year. com Smrdnl by John Cheever. The
Hi'Mil Is Yours by tile SUnltyttaidmr
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with 87 annual
I percent A fuel 1 developed for
pump a
III fir, the State of Flm'ida NASA weather' satellites Guide for Youngtnnipiri
1 by Lt Colonel Mauni Saturn space engine li the sire
'* tux collections ($591745) launched from Cape KennedyFlorUU A Indhnlm.. The WorM' through of a basketball yrt prod." BU,-
I 65.4 percent above last can observe 64(1( .(KH) Mv Eyn by Aiuli, eua Felnluxer Otto huracpnwer Tbd Saturn rocItrti -
are launched by the John F.
annual gain for the State.Budding square miles with one picture JuvenileA
Kennedy Space Center, NASA.
1 permute for the first Bouquet of Littles .by.. Ru'h _. _
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SLIMNASTICS CLASSES One of the women enrolled 1:
, most popular adult recreation classes offered sored by the ?
is the slimnastics course which is (S-A Photo), (: )
taught by Mrs. Larry Earnest. About 45 I: PARRISH .1Ju

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J Membership Commillee Of Florida ( )


The Committee on Member. Thursday, May 7. : "
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ship of the Florida Nurses Association Chairman of the commutes is I POfulntion (ISO.BOO In 19 q t
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will meet in Orlando on Muss Barbara Warren, R.N., ----- -- ---- ?typ' =t. nt' s .

Port Orange Other members t+dt a
who will be attending are Ons
Represent (CountyAt Cone, R.N. Lake City; Miss

Ann Dros, R.N., Titusville; Miss { ,
Karen Partin, Ii,N., Lake Wales, c
Slate MeetFive Mu.Jry\ Eubanku R.N., t

Jacksonville; Mrs. Margaret
physicians will officially Gardner, RN, Ocala Mies I
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E. (Bob) TINDALL r soN1iw
represent the Brevard County Emily Hcndrex R.N., Pensa
Medical Society at the 90th annual cola and Mrs Dorothy Waterbury N a f
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i meeting of the Florida R.N., Melbourne Y c FOR SHERIFF
Medical Association \being: held R t
in Hollywood May 710. The eno.day meeting will\ be ill e R E s
held in tho FNA Memorial Headquarters rIL..rI
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They are Drs Ben C Storey, V +
Building on the corner I M I _
Titusvillr! Allen E Kucster,
Cocoa; Joseph C, Von Thron, \ : : i
Cocoa Beach; 'Theodore J: Kam. In T '
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Competes
inskl, Melbourne, and Jack T,
Bechtel, Indialantlc,

Elected by their local groupas Meet In Chicago y.. I i ie ieJ
members of the state assoclatlon L. I. (Bob) TINDALL IS QUALIFlID has II yens exptrl-
'. House of Delegates, the I net In law", snforcement undor Sheriff Williams Dunn, Clark
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Sharon Base, daughter of Mr' and the pr.t.nt administration As Chief of Police ., India-
Brevard doctors will help! decide and Mrs Frank L. Base, 209 lentle with Melbourne' and Ocala Police Dopts and In Oueola ,
along with delegates from theother Co. under Sheriff Tlndall.l
Alhambra St., Is I Iu
Titusvillc a ;
40 medical societies ,
county contestant In the sales demon SKILLED In handling mon anJ: money as supervisor of tonstrvction El R I a'' er ,
the FWA policies with Bition and Cook and with Bloont 'r... Construction ) r
slration contest being held thin Company."
week in conjunction with the. HONEST In all Ms t t
career waging a campaign financed by
Romero Begins Basic 18th annual national leadershipconference mill donations from the pooplo of Brevard County who want t7 u
At Great Lakes of the Distributive an honoit Sheriff.Dovotod .
Education Clubs of America in to the concept of service to the people, believing that
Walter R. Romero, 18, son of Chicago. the Sheriff's" Dept should not only' enforce the law but should ;r i
I serve all the pooplo of Brovard That the BARS belong en the
Mr and Mrs Walter B. Romeroof
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Miss Base is with fall not on the Sheriff. oHIeoftJil' .
316 Crannis Ave, begun basic competing
students from 45 In I0"*!! Work and fMtt' to fight for YOUTH *CT<
training March 31 fct the Naval CENTERS throughout the county.
Training Center, Great Lakes, ive Education other.Difttrlbut'l i
III, ing state DECA VOTE FOR ?
won the Florida contest
The nine,week training includ e I ;It

ea naval orientation, history and She. y works under part the.time supervisionof at BclkLlnd LE'BolTTINDALlFOR Mf.f.JJDtUi4k I f,ftrtltW Mrs. "Pompy" Parrlth. ) their three) daught.ra,

organization, seamanship ord. Blanche Ranch, while attend. 0 Joyous, Pam.la'and Maryi, ions, Louis and

nance, fir and t aid gunnery and survival, militarydrill ing Titusville High. YOUR SHERIFF Bernard, Jr.| his wlf., Patricia and Sonotof 'orrl. ,

John King is teacher-coordine" I
tor for the local DE program I (Pol Adv Pd. By Tlndall\ Campaign Tress) '
Brevard
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"IAPPYBIRTHDAY Senator Bernard Parrlih U a native of While) serving the people

Brevard County. H. was educated In the County In the Florida S.nat.," Senator

Tuesday, My S EXERCISE YOUR VOICE IN GOVERNMENT! county's schools b.for. obtaining his Parrlih has continued to work closely

degree at the Unlvtnlty of Florida. with the people In community and co'untyservices.
B V Smith Me knows the needs of the peopleby
Anthoula Karantmos
Mrs M R. Bishop H. Is a succtstful buslntssman and ad. knowing and working with them. '

Mr. Dave Ramage and is and
minlitrator a shipper growerof
Wednesday May I VOTE Indian River Citrus. Vote for Bernard Parrlsh, the family man,

Billy Sanders who understands the needs of Brevard

Mrs Paul Puckett County's families.DIMOCRATie .
Mrs. E. H. Nauman :
Mrs Laura B. Spear ,

Rose Bonnie S Jones Allen GET OUT THE VOTE MAY 5lh ;)'. I4 RE-ELEGr-1E. 1 !

Mrs. Diane MannBUILDERS
VOTE FOR THE CANDIDATE
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p..2.C TlN/rllhfkrldllEHr( Advocete Monday, May 4, 1/N. than i br \fY neighborJ! IX 11'ITII'Tell JimriAt iRrriT ,tornr fll'f'l'IT or' 'THE INsi Mid at yes Complaint.IW for tic. relief prayed (or li 5 1'IQTrtl' 0. AnnrTn'f n.

I --- .- -- ----.. ._- your head UtiI ly. > ran imriAft-n rorirr, >NM' AKIWOIIOflRWVnfTHwr'villa II"'......,....... CIuMree rwSTIRyor
; fiuniwA Pin Ida, this llHh day of April, 171ST 111'IIT.; ; I'sBLla.1.
-- IN tHAXrT\ : NO tmM A.D. 111I4
. MISTER BREGEH STAR ADVOCATE'S Ann Landers will be al"! (,< to NOTU'IC or SLIT (('OCR? 'MCAUCVtTM 'TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN!
?BUIAHBB WARE CJLTS : R. ItARNCf NOTICE la ......."' (Ivan that the
help you 9jtlrout prohtfrn. flalnUff Clark or tile Circuit Court (ofArayard Board ot Caaaty lommlaaUinan ofnravard
) Crossword Send them to her In car C{ this" 5o"I (sty. rl..... Caaaty. Florida, did. adopt
tw PuzzleACROSS fAjlUBI DH.TS. By: V. .. I1..rhrlp.ty a raaolullan Apr. J3 1M4, cloilnivacatlni
:; newspaper fefcMng a .t.l'tllle. Defendant Clark abandonlnf. ; and dlaoontlaulni -
fOI JOHN Jtaad DILT9Wirnauwa Apr. II,. ... IT, May 4 II..L) 1 I.HeJ'ULTGIT9UP ,". .iMralnafur, .portion of
: telf-addretifto1 envelope ....... ..., .
DOWN U.Opposed Viral II. Pin. and tkaraby ra.Publla
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.k -- A., ftuakifi. Florid MOTICR or 11011'1:1'11'1.' : TORH.IOTER "oolua sad Clsoldmlar say sod
t I IJ 2.Malt 1.Charge tollAVY" .I ,.IC'II TO Ca.laJTOR0 YOU ARE HERESY NOTIFIED "C1'I1'IO'' MANE Ill l.t rat 0' ". 'sassy ... lit.
bev.r1OT. :I. Cut of 21.D11em' N r u You and .*/>> lit you araolIfM k f.b1'. Hut a Unit fa trivefM .... bans I. eompllanoa. with H.... Miss tkaraln. U-wIt;
/ 1.Pointers mob bark \. ana reotilntd; to rWVr filed ailn't you In lit. ClrcultCourt lea 1176. tbaatay Number OMt, Tknt portion of Flrat Itraat ly.
tooth 5'lnll" 22.S.I.. 1 N any clalma .54 l demands WhIehyou or tb* Ninth Judicial Circuitin La.... of Florida. 4... .f INI. tbandaralgnjad Inc bel.... MOiika' SO aad IL
l p.At.a A1.Iwdulll\ : 26L ( or altlM* of you mir (>INaplnal soul for Br.vrd County Flor will ....(.. Milk I". Plat 0' PI....... aoanrdinf t. the
: : I Id* .HUM af HKMrW J |It|. ,tllllM' BKITLAH I.KK WARE Clerk 01 'h. I..ult. Court I. II... PI.t Ih.roo' renorded la Plat
bLOW t AYnu KAKMl'SMKK ,dMaae.. .lat, lit PlI-T Plaintiff ".. JOHN AM.t'KL yard. Counl. Florid. upon .......ot Book No. t .... 41, public n.sfd. ..
I 10. But teartl e.Contended I'Itta Y Bravard COUn'l'' Florida, to tIre DILT. tMf.nrt..U I'I Cli..- 01 proof oe publlcdlas 0' Ski..otlre .. Bravard County Florida,
If ReeL: e.Russian 25. States .!.. 1I' I County withid at I f 1 r river n .. :r; Florida, I .1"l ..1..<.lar ttflilH ARC HCRKBT: KKQVtNKOla : : nama, ta-wlti On. Bad Raaa:: Olfta Counsel vea aoconllndy, by order
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I from the dal, of first pul>ilc.<|(1fl lit .
y 1 Mr** a see, ot your A wr or ands wklch ... art antaiad I. 0' tka Board of County Commit
U.A trump ,UnhIJIp 1""l\IIt. Ihl. aollo., ".' !)h the ..... wIlt,,' Wparrad close %rltt.a dofou* to tko Com- Old. Shop. nt ladlan Mica City, .,,,,,.... Bn..ve.d County, Florida.
lulU carda i.Topnufy bllity .. .. RutS dl.iN"' or damn flurtba d k.r.l. upon T. DAVID Florida, and tbat the undaralanadara Data this yard day ot April AD
14.FI..rm. t.Wilt men. 26.Mature W..tord.,'. ..b... In n im.l> and form as ryWIby BURNS" AIt...... for Plaintiff WOJI iaa only I peraoaa' Inlaraalad IIaald I....
.. *. All atl. AvoUtt. Cows Boock kualnaai.Datad JOB R WICKHAM.
ye.Stagger 11 Literary tftr. 'hone 34.RlverMr.: : XKRMtf 1. RACMUetAdminikiratny ( riorid; stud U fill I lbs orll>>i illi at Tlluarina clouds, thl' CHAIRMAN
I :LJk* compost. 2T. ILHantboy .rMf I.I ,lie tires. of Ik* Clark. .( 4 day of May A. O. 1M4. BOARD OF COI'NTT
11.Plural Jon 28.8peclalilt 37. Barn CROFTON, fe/tt/ ): ending 13.DlM 29. Lell.la.o Invader HOLLAND ""ty, 'Tltuivlllo. Vloru' *, .. .. P. ArmbrurtarBoyd BMEVARO COUNTY.
!!. P. o. BOX e.hoe PalmTllunvlll. .4o "kfor tkf Mlt guy of Buy. 1VM.HtKCIM T. Daolay FLORIDA.
IS.Heed patell' lures Amerlcllt .. Florid : PAIL MOT' or e Doero N.II P. Daolay May I (.0..1 1M4.
19.Biblical 15.Cereal U. Aft old humorlat Apr, :J7. Ma, 4. n. It (Han) !poet, fr. C'lifMM will. k* ..!.>.* > >tn.SC May .. 11. la. M king- grain\ form of .0. Refers:

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22 Am writer laliRle f Ot'1!! TIM.z TWO c X3RS SPOTTH ANEM11 ER-WOULD >UUII

of WesUrn I I I> 14 ''lj I II 1 ti TRIED TD RUN U3 ACB063: TWB UK5TDHEARNVAIORH

0 > Ulet 0iDbD ETR AM41 FRa 1 IIpt/E, TRAIN YARDS AND / TALL

23,Devoured 9 IIO i I'' (E1' IN TRCUS fh / 9UD01'AND WB CU/MBED/ INTO TALES, CHIP?

', : ;i 24 Fortify I WHEN YbU 2 HOPPED AVYER2 A WATER TOWER.I .
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I "Traffic tickets I talked myself out of.. ." SO Queer Z

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capital TUB Off t/\l&3 ES p+l' / DAYS
I SS.Incltai = BED JUMP INTO M/ ARBCONBWELL / ,.
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Ii.Booth 'I'G
Honey: We read your you Her letter would add up 40.Aroma THEY IJCED CLOTHES AND RUNOFF
lt'1 t YH3RK y1r
little column every day, Doll, to blackmail. She knows very 4l.Kama.ln: ar 5E/ r TO

and we believe your advice I It well that a supplier it not likelyto Vegetable 5'-4 WITHOUT !BREAKFAST ) c

generally! sound, often helpful, ignore a request from the wits

and mimctimci, Cupcake, it I Is of t purchasing agent and V 6

downright: hilarious that's precisely why she wants i A

However, Tools, your adorable the list. make t dazzling showing at I day the opened the. bathroom

little cutesy-woody names for Such request could backfire $1 raiser. door and I was In the tub.

those who write to you are I bit and cent you plenty. Example: There arc times when I heir

much. What If a supplier handed over a Dear Ann Landers.: Now that people knock and I don't wantto :_ 5.5

So, Babe will you kindly cut /nice lot check to your wife's summer Is almost here and the be bothered so I pretend nol e

out the chummy little handles' charity and later you discovered children/ are running in and out to hear. 'They walk right in and

The Buddy.Boy approach to I that this supplier's merchanduw of the house, it It Impossible to shout, "Yoo hoe I know you're -

person who may be twice your was Inferior or that his prices keep the droll locked Will home because the door It open." 1 f TNEPE ARE so MANY ,SO MUCH FOR tWA4T

age detracts from your otherwise were out of line? You'd find you please say something in Please tell me what to do. 1 I THINQSTOIOOK.AT1 tGTMEONTREE ,

sensible writing and you yourself in t nice box. your column about friends, am hog-tied. OPEN SESAME INSrRIN021011DSEEALLOR TREES FLOWERS, FLOWERS AND SRASS.

ahould know it, Sweetie. Don't allow her to put you neighbors and relation who Dear Open: Keep your door C5KEEN GRPSS,..

We r-lncerely hope you will ac under obligation to your sup walk right In? lucked, Instruct your childrento NAYUAE's WONt>ER4, Qf0 i

rapt this criticism In the spirit pliers because she wants to I have been scared out of my knock or ring the bell in a aQ t

of friendship, since thu It the will by neighbors who appear special way to you'll know whoit f( ))1
IV THIS |'IKCl'IT IUIIHT IIK. i
way it Is Intended Buttercup. JIIHIItl tlHtl'ir' TIIKMTII INAM from nowhere and tap me on it. You cm then Ignore all p j I I IV

SUGAR AND SPICE tlORIUila > VON HNfcVAKU COl/MTV. the shoulder while I am makinga other knocks( and bell.ringing i fl >- V

Dear S and S: Thanki. I'll tkanivry. Ma. Hits bed or vacuuming I rug. One you wish to. :x: 1

watch it, Lflmbis Pie. DAVID NO W'I,UK JAROHZEWHKI TO IkKntND. woman actually goes from room An open door It an Invitationto 1

PLAINTIFF I to room looking for me. Yester- something Jar more serious ,l j
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Dear Ann Landers: Can you NADINE' X JAROIZlWtKIDRFENDANT ..- % t 1 __ :
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kettlu an argument I have been TOt MADINR" B, JAROWZKWHKI .
having with wife You NAO1ND K JAROH4BWMK -
my
ara her.hy noliri.d that A Bill o( :ITHINKIT4HEpsANDSORTS ll
She has asked to handover COMPLAINT; for feVEPVPArATTHIS '
me Olvoroa b. baan 1
ruled KEEL INSURANCE AGENCY ? IrWTHErVSIUyOUTHISPR0PLEM3 : YES, I +l
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the of arena you ana you ara ra.flulred TIME MR.ApEPNATHCU.lMBsUPTHeHILI.T0/ I
names the manufactures 80d / '
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to verve a sop at your anwer DON'T >DU, ESPECIALLY II ,}
with whom I do business or pl.adlnn ta tha Bill of AND DREAMS PUPtEX? ONADAV lUKETHISJ l\\\\
Complaint u lb. Pl.l.tlfC.' atlorn.y VISIT H0THNklNSTPEE./ | > II
(I am the purchasing agent for O. H, Pitta, P. O. Ui. 24IM del.. ANNOUNCII Till OPINING OP / I J JA6
III. Haacb, Florid and lla the or. rM
a fairly large company) She .I ...... or ulf.lln In thaofflia NEW AND LARGCR OFFICES
wants to write letters to then or lha Clerk" ol III. Clnult r4 r .
Court or before tbt Hal day or May lI a"
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suppliers asking for donations 1M4 AT (

to her pet charity which, by If you fall to da .... Juilimanl
by default will ba lakan ...In.t you'
the way, It a worthy one for tha relief dimaml.d In Slid MAGNOLIA OFFICE PLAZA

I fed that these solicitation Complaint. I
This nolle shall ba MO MAGNOLIA AVENUE tJln ,
would be Improper. She claims onoa each week for four PUbll.b.1 4

all of the other wives do It, and cnla oraekl, Tltuavllla In/ tha Tltimvllla, Florida, 2 BLOCKS NORTH OF OUR PRESENT LOCATION 1i1

it she doesn't get money out of Dona and Ordered in Tlluavllla, s'sW .

these manufacturers for her 0'Drevard April Counll'1I1ft4.COUIIT Plm'Ida< Hb n Soy INDIAN RIVER CITY. FLORIDA -

charity, tome other wives will ( IIICAL)
TELEPHONE J4771J1 eon itiM r
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(urns K Hanel Clark p. 0. BOX 511
get it for
: their charily. of circuit Court I

What Is your opinion? Xy llertla lull n1
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CHICAGO VJ. I Apr. M, IT,Maul May 4. 11 IMon) JM4. 1 \ /\
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Open 110: ,.at. 7:1SJO: 8:11: Ch. I lCelllnrl.1U UloII: ('k. 9> Nrwa. stay Mrarnr ('0. I Sunrise semrat.r
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Burry liysaurat 1116 .1 .
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DAVID NIVEN 1:30: Ch 1 Ma 9. "von ('1110. if : (.It, 9 1.1'. Nolle 1 Dral Ch 1 Kserrlm far W.m. r
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Monday, M.y 4, 1M Tltutvllls (Florida) Star-Admit lap >IC.I > the rapldlv expanding older The month win demonstrate of faking "What are we joins,

J May Is Senior Citizen Monlh 1 u'tnf, ; P the ,mrui! ,,' 1>o .that people in ftm k ttr :y.r. of to do about Gr;in,li ,At'", famffles

social life of tli.' Dumber one retirement life are r -:t tract;, for the stons will be saying 'What's Grandma

I Letters From Our Readers The newly created Florida TV interviews with a city's old State. shelf or the scrap heap. Instead going to do next?"

Commission on Aging hat challenged est active citizen, worker, or professional
I two-third of million !

Breed erf vp.," Cod and died as patriots and serve narratives of the early older FlorMians to make a 'loI'y a prrson. PUT LAW ENFORCEMENT: IN BREVARD COUNTY I IN
Chambers of Commerce, trade
red leltet month. From Key
while they died your dupes were pioneers, to collect material of
Editor It seems: that Ed Stevenson's waving "peace at any price" every. description relative to its West to Pensacola' they will be associations, or local shopping GOOD HANDS

letter on "who will speak for this signs in front of the While Indians tribes and wars, and re honored In the celebration, o( an renters lire planning special bar
country" has stirred House as they did during Korea lative to its soldiers, Its schools extraordinary Senior Citizens tains( for items of special inter
One resentment came resentment.in and WW II. They undermlnd and Us churches. Month. The Bolder generation et to older persons; some are ELECT AS DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
a certain
letter written every decent attempt patriots will also be cutting some merry planning a concert or talent
speaking of her "generation.by a person" To tried to accomplish In govern With the passing of each early capes show Posters advertising the SHERIFF
ment. settler a part of this Information month and other publicity mat
begin with she does not of
speak
a generation, she speaks of a Don't try to justify Fulbrighfs goes too. :Much time hss already The month of Jubilation it being frills are available from the
appeal for appeasement by a been lost and we feel that State Commission "'
Office, n'
breed of people, a breed ktrownea'WOpea launched with official proclamations
generation of Lee Os we should start our work without
." Harvey .
She verifies this quite by President Lyndon .
walds. To right the matter Os further delay. Farrit' The elderly will be honored by ,N.
when
strongly she states that her Johnson, Governor Dry
wild was a leftist because he John J Gel. Chairman the churches through the cooperation
generation doesnt know of local
rightist ant and the Mlyoft ,
had been a dupe. We expect the Brevard County Historical of the Florida Council /
leftist
from and
really cares municipalities. "Let VI repayour
leftist, Communists and dupes to Commission of Churches YMCA's, YWCA'sand
lees older Americans lot their A Dedicated. Hardworking, Career Law.
other
oppose Dallas or any '* YMHA's. The month Is an
"Really care lest" Is the give stronghold of rightist A rightist sustained creative participation, appropriate one for launching a Enforcement Officer Whose Background:
away This breed of people has believes in the Individual, the Stops Nailed tayi the President; "Make this drives or projects for senior r
plagued the world tor centuries. leftist docs not and the dupe will month outstanding in our, cpntinulng : health, housing, or other programs Has >Equipped Him to Successfully
This breed of dupes eont rolled blame the rightist for all his woes Editor effort to keep hi the for the
of national life elderly Cop with the Many Complex Problems
mainstream our ,
our foreign policy while HitleeBrea because he can not meet the As a resident homeowner of

bold and were In Germany qualifications of an individual Palm Courts Subdivision( in South all those who hive lived 10 long" As for amusement, the older f" % ", Facing Law Enforcement' In Our
and allowed Hitler to get a foot and the !leftist promises to take Titusville, I would like to see and contributed M generously.

hold. They helped tear down care of him. each street which Intersects Court Senior Citizen Clubs number talks will go Maying, There County.

France'i government In the late No, dupes are not a generation. Street, namely, Orange Court, ing some 15,000 members and will be public concerts film d
thirties to speed its downfall. They come as males, females, +
Flamingo Court, Royal Palm dozens of showings! and entertainments,
community organizations '
breed jn the white, black, yellow, Jew, ChristIan -
This
was Japanese Court and Hibiscus Court made a and perhaps a hootennnny of the
churches schools and
pub
and Moslem but never, never ,
government and stepped aside to STOP street On numerous
occasions lic the vintage of 1910 staged! on the
allow Tojo to take over. All werea a patriot for even the name I've noticed drivers darting ngencios throughout Court house The arnkrrnwill
State have to square
breed of dupes who couldn't terrifies right out onto Court Street with already responded
them.K. frolic
at pageants, old-time
the Invitation of the State Commission
BeiantTitusville .
less and who lacked the
care out either looking or stopping for costume pnrtles, at square dnn
courage to stand up for their other automobiles or children on Aging to sponsor
commemorative ald' social tea, field days, picnics and pot
country. In fact I've come close to havingan lick
events : suppers There will be

Dupes lack what it takes to bea Seeks Information accident recently and this senior bowling, golfing, fishing,
patriot. To plunge your country prompted me to write the news The suggestions and projected shufflcbosrd and hiking contests FRANK SMALLWOOD
Editor: paper since I wasn't sure of theproper
plans Into the office of
into a senseless, pointless war pouring ( 01 tournaments.
As perhaps already know, channels to Inform.
you
'
or figure you can save the world the Comml slnn'a Director, In
the Board of County Commissioners Also It would be wise to erect with the worlds law enforcement' Agency, the FBIi
by feeding the enemy Is not the Tallahassee, Include programs The Commissioners are hoping. Experience gained lop
marking of a patriot. This country has recently appointed a signs saying "caution children at of an Informative and educational the observance of Senior Citizens Serving over 9 years as a Special Agent and personally commended by
needs Historical Commission, naming play", etc., since there has been J. Hoover Several Occasions,
pstrlots and It needs nature and others that Month will better Edgar on
bring a
them '''desperately, not dupes, not me as Chairman much excessive speeding, on call for merrymaking and enter undcritnnding of the impact of Serving 2 yeara aa a Security Specialist with Security b Law Enforcement
Court Street lately
the kind of people that tied our We need all the help we can tainment. Division Air Force Missile Test Center, was granted "Sustained Superior
bands behind us and sent us to A concerned homeowner Performance Award."
get and your support Is earnest
fight a bloody police action or Tides I
thlt that will
Among proposals COLLEGE GRADUATE
porkchop hill or die In the ly solicited. Interested If you in know the his of Local Radioman recognize the potential of the High tow Earned BBA Degree at University of Chattanooga
any
persons ,
of So. Viet Nam. Yet 'f
swamps
for Scholastic
grandparents are citation or Elected member of National Social Science Honorary Society
these troops are patriots and tory of our County and the preservation ', Tunday, May S
awards tor outstanding 'Individual Achievements
these are people of several generations of same, who wouldbe
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Aboard chic contiibutlon, certificates
but here and there the willing to work with your Serving WORLD WAR II VETERAN
.
.
of merit tor notable 3 OS p m 9:22 pm.
dupes show up on the front line. paper and with us In collecting group -As a U S. Marine was awarded Presidential and Naval Unlv Citation for
Of the thousands of strong material for our files, would you projects In behalf of older people I Wednesday, May I campaign: In Pacific War Theatre.
Americans and Viet Namese please have them contact usT USS John King talent or hobby shows that
troops in Korea we come up with The news media should havea display creative effort, a ''ViII It. 3:43 a.m. 9,59 a.m. ('01. Adv. Pd. by Frank Smallwood

23 of this breed. They refuse to wealth of information pertaining an Old"r-Pel'lon-Day" ," radio or 409 pm. 10:13:! pm
Doyle N. Shore, radioman '
see that it was the Communists to the history of this
second class USN, son of Mr .
that betrayed the Freedom area In their files and records
Fighters (of all ages) In Hungary and your help will be greatly and Mrs William }I. Shore oTitunville '
and sent a thousand tanks sppr"cialed. Is serving aboard the ITS TRADE N TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S I
onto them under a flag of truce. guided missile destroyer USS!
The blood on the Berlin wall Is We have been assured a suit John King operating In the
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the blood of several generations, able repository for our findingsby Caribbean \

hut not the blood of your dupes, the Board of County Commis She will undergo refresher : iredifferentlinesofcarafortytiveJ

but of people who know the difference sioners.. We have been Instructed training at the Naval Station,
from.
different models to choose
between rightist and left to rolled and arrange, record Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Refresher ,,, ,. '
fat and preserve! historical data, including training Is conducted Come early and trade great!

You speak of humility, myFather's books, pamphlets, maps, periodically to maintain tha '
o "new
? ... [ Now that spring's in full awing you'll find ,
generation knew humilIty charts, manuscripts, family histories combat readiness of the ship. t- ? Chevrolet perfect for picking

and tho tear of God in the V. S. census records, pap During breaks In the opera '"' y First there' tho big Jet emooth Chev
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trenches of World War I. My bro. ers and other objvrts and mat tionnl schedule, King's crew ; rolet. Sumptuous and soft riding with a fat coil

thers knew humility In Guam, trial illustrative of and relatingto members will have an opportunIty rr I spring at all four whet-Is to smother bump Over
Anzlo Beach, Iwo Jima and Nor the history of our County and to visit San Juan, Puerto 700 sound stopper* to

mandy and they saw the face of of Florida, to procure and pre Rico and Key West .-r-- wind and road noi.se./ ln crforatluxw ly done

""'" r up /In the newest and eof test vinyl. _

,,,",., ..._ 7" 1 I I VVi Ip Trado what you're driving for one of these,
,. r, l 7 IA? and you won't wont to trade scats with anybody
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-+"- k elite on tho road.

""'-' 'w.. ,, Spirit-Next, Chevclle.. Th brauUfullr! In-
., ., ...
? / I between size ear that ) car
handling oomph with tig( car comfort. Orderto

0 your liking in sedan, coupe, station wagon
and convertible body style. Eleven different
models that you can equip with just about,
1 any extra-cent option you can imagine. No'''
I
I place to go this summer? Get a new Chevelle

._-,. .-you'llthmkotaomething.
5 Economy-Chevy II-the car that take to

Inexpensive vacations naturally. It just got

,, and goes, and where it stop nobody knows.
; '' ''' """""" *: But for all it* thrift, it'* anything but
s' 'mo'"t """ """' yl under-furniahcd. Did you know that tM
err c at '' : Super Sport Coupe halt \bucket Beat and

t ,, t tf door-to-door carotins! Eight model' tt)f t
t .
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Off; a I: pick lrem.IIelurllnr\ wegens with room to
ll S o swallow up an eight-foot Christmas tree'
,-' i w (Plan ahead, we always say.)

Fun-Then there's. Corvair. The fan one
vi'
t. ? PI with the engine, in the rear for unbelievable

traction. Spring; mud summer send,''

winter snow-nothing stops it.; You'll

i' ; even think they're swe paring high war*
) Q with adhesive tape the way Corvair; *
e cling to them.
7
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4 Corvette Tha enthusiast's car.
$tiagiiay3portCanpeandCottvertible/ .'
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Y' Still America' only true sport cars.;

pQ -.. .,-., Pick either one ami :youll find it doe i'
t '. '
a for your driving what holidays do
'y ? k for kids

w a '" _, 1 Performsnce-And with any new
'
.,, d ; Chevrolet you choose, you can get the
es pre.9re ,?? e -i A standard engine\ for all the power you
need in everyday come-and-go

NOTHING PLEASES driving Or you can riCk from a
wide, wide range 0 -cont
LIKE ANelectric ; engine tor maximum performance.

Either'; way, whether you've got

._ place special to this
-- -- ,, soma go
gift summer' or not. when you trade for
one of Chevrolet' Ave great highway
performen-you'l travel!

Whatever your gift-givlag occasion operate.Th lost word in style and -, JNt -.. .-m t\

crown it with an Electric Gift. Always beauty.

in good tarte-Ahriy popular> A natty iptrid gift for someone ,

practical; preferred and appreciated. pedal keep on giving all year I\ rA

and the round. What' more, you'll find '
and Wght
Thing DeW W .. \ T6taDE 1 iYEl
modern hopping for Electric Gift the easiest
price! Is right.Designed!fi* I
jTorida ILingto make work shopping evra.Dozens to choose \

lighter and entertaining Mftttr. from...just stop fast your favorite

Clean, efflcSoi! and tooaomical to atare.m1k'qt&d.t THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS-Model"lho"n top to botto,.: Corvette Stint Ray, Corvair blow Fpyd-.ChvyII
... Novi Super! Sport Coupe, Chevelle| Malibu| Super Sport, Chevrolet Impala Super Sport.
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,; Bayvlew PTA Mask Hammer


j ); Will/ Install Election SetMask LEARN Secretarial! Courses EARN!


New OfficersThe I1Ta8d4 and Hammer Players, Speedwriting, Shorthand
1 em cot alon.-John Inc., will elect officers for the Classes Now Formlngl

regular monthly meeting 8:16): ). coming year at a general meeting HOWEIL'SBUSINESS
I of the Bayview ElementarySchool Through Jesus Christ, Cod being held tonight at 1:00: In
PTA has blessed us with a feeling the Room of First
will be held tonight Friendship
that wherever we) are, Ito I is. COLLEGE
Federal and Loan.
I : May 4, In the school auditorium Savings
If but Ills
we accept light
with President Ben Bui- President Roger Drohan urges 267-1 Ul
His balance, His love, we 1528 S. Washington
by, Jr, presiding will never be dons all members to attend this important
meeting.
An Installation ceremony will

I 7'7'I a initialled be held :with the following being *. * * * *

President Sheldon Brown;
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First Vice president J. D. Nash,
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Jr.; Second Vice.president, Mli. Re-Elect
i Mat Alice Poole; Secretary, MM
Earl Davis; Treasurer Mrs
Pal Whitaker to take over for r*


? _1_ following the coming the 1904 meeting-61 will school be served year.Rf'freshmenta James H Pruitt IK



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then !s I would like te thank you, the people of Brevard County, for the privilege ef having served es your Stato Represents'
tin In the Legislature since January of 1959. I have boon proud and grateful' for this opportunity and those granted me
ONLYONE }J through the years to serve our people and their needs In various capacities of public office among tho,., years a* Councilman -
'1." of the City of lau Gallic and one term as Its Mayor.

t'i PAST PERFORMANCE IS MY PLATFORM! I have worked hard to obtain adequate salaries for our teachers, and aecompllshmontt *
,.., In this field have boon encouraging.I .
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v low I have workod hard te further our educational standards at State and County levels, having had the privilege of Introducingthe
bill that created our Brevard Junior College.
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SHE'S LEARNING ,- Miss Becky Chew. students The baton twirling classes are idioms Laos wsgee....sWaisiattasi MOnnilfllKener ... as*J._.. 1'' however, much more te be done.

I i ) ning baton twirling instructor, is giving being offered by the City Recreation De I Jea. Wry par* exsensae. I shall' continue te represent Brevard County's citizens and work herd to fill the needs of our people.. My opponent has
{ I a couple of pointers to one of her younger partment.-S-A( Photo). tsstiilai sued- .all for bi More katlnm Wens mteMSMrttt 'publicly abolish elated homestead that he Is against homestead exemption. I want to take this opportunity to state that I am opposed to any effortto .
.Make*}... exemption. __
Important to the voters of Brevard County I Is the fact that SENIORITY HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED. This vital point "'"
I ,fl I Scollsmoor Club Discusses$ Achievement Day Plans I .* cannot be stressed toe much. A. Senior Representative, I have boon honored with appointments to Important committees In
I the Legislature, and have been asked to serve In the rrlnllOtlon of the House, itself

I I The Scottsmoor ,Home Demonstration : here In Florida. way to display picture and PROVEN PERFORMANCE, INVALUABLE EXPERIENCE, YEARS OP.. HARD WORK, DEDICATION AND ACCOMPLISHMENT .
1. Club held its regula Members have worked hard W ARC CONTRIBUTIONS NO fRESHMAN LEGISLATOR CAN MAKE.
whatnots so room do not haves .... 267-4J762 "'"
monthly meeting Tuesday afternoon .
I at the home of Mrs. War. on their sales and collected $80, cluttered look.' "'::': ::: Your vote of confidence May 5th will be deeply appr.clltod.REELECT .
ren Hawthorne with Mrs Ed. $60 of which was given to start The hostess served refresh :::.rir .
ward, Boat, president, presiding a fund raising compulgn .for a menu to Mr. Price Hall, Mrs.Grover -.0----.1 *
The meeting wu'opcnod withl'Il'dao fire hall for StotNmoor This Hdllum, Mr. Quay Broy ......... JAMES H. PRUITT
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a community project for the
to the The: ,
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ala, Mrs.
club Al Klssell, Mrs. Curtis K
; the Foots" t.'OI1Medltatlol\ a pw wsenses __ I STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
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Futch. Mrs. Lyle Gillenwater,
'for Women viII read'by Mrs. Mr Futch told about the al'':rs.. *
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Mrs Walter Locke, Mrs. Robert k w
building
which
Edith: Wright. she obtained for DEMOCRAT (Pol: Adv. Pd. by James Pruitt)
the club from Mr. Can troll. All-n, Mrs. Dolan Cantrell, Star Advocate. "
Following the business meet; Members will hold a fix it, Mrs. Edith Wright, Mrs Edward 4.M si.....l r ....... *

,Jug;'Achievement plans were Day discussed held April for club paint.meeting up day and houre.make it into a Host,member.and Mi*. Ruby Cower, anew * ft * .* 4

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20, in Cocoa with this club and _..
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Meeting data of the club was
the IRC Club hostesses. for the
changed to the second Tuesday
occasion.
i of the month Instead of the four
I Mrs. Rost,told about the Florida th.
,'I Indues\ Exposition which Mrs Robert Allen and Mrs.
she attended In Oilando\ I and Crover Ha Hum gave the pro INTEREST
how amazed she wai to see bow grant on "Accesaoile in the
I many products were'made I light Home," pointed out the proper

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