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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 25, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents / ;"

84th Year No 63 5c Per Copy Titu i iF) Monday, May 25.1964- 18. _Pages':. Today '? > abed-Mondays, Wednesday. and Friday. uI

I Florida Voters Facing Shorter Ballot Tomorrow 9 9I

I Suit Challenges Dressler's Nomination; Nomination Demos Seeking For

Four Offices
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Four draw major inter
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Report ChargedA ):; ,, ; ; ? ; e .; :? ,. : ,{ I'.1 rretle Primary In Brevard County
',-, "r. ,, however there's consider- I
suit challenging the Demo- i \ y'A ,, '
erotic nomination of Jamea R. rkf4 k: ,"" \: 11.4', :. ",/ '.' : I y able Interest state wide In who ,
!<- Is going to control the Republican
Dressier for State Senator Irom .J \ JI.' I
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Brevard County baa been filed In ,
Circuit Court here. 'y"i ', ','" .\ J The! race for Democratic E if
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Filing the suit was James E. t//y' nominee for Governor between
King of Cocoa, who lost the bid :> : I.ay dun Burns and Robert King

for the Democratic nomination ::{ High haa been a bitter on.. I
for Congress to Tom Kenney of : :: There U no doubt but that Burn "
Cocoa Beach : : I. the favorite, due to his large
; ,
/, .W'
King charges that Dn.-si.lef re ;.'? ) ) '" ; margin over all other candldatealu

ported "fraudulent campaign, j the first primary, but High ,
contribiiliona" and titled one ] use been moving around the
case involving a Charles Hall of ? slut more than In that first vote

3113 Glen Haven Drive on Mer- l t tJb und! could pull the upset of the
ritt Inland. r ?
The case states than King ia a century.
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citizen and resident of the Stateof ; ,
Florida and County of Bre if ," ,. I HIGH SCHOOL'S HIGHEST- David De- saluatorian Allana Bourne with her par. the gubernatorial race a close
vard. Viese left, Titusville High School's vale ents, Mr and Mrs George Bourne, pictured si'iond for Interest are the races

It continues l'" dictorian for the 1063-64 year, Titusville at T1I3 Awards Pay Frlday5APhoto ( for Democratic. nomination for
{t '"
!"The Plaintiff (King) charge f -h h'-....'' High principal Truman Scarborough TIIS ). Sheriff and two posts on the

the Defendent (Dressier) with re t '. ,; county commission.
porting fraudulent campaign Igifrpr I James L. Diawdy. Jr and
contribution Mr. Charles Hall, w'' JJ ,. < I Frank Smallwood are seekingthe
3115 Glen Haven Drive, Merritt 3 t;as Sa right to dire Incumbent Republican .
Inland denies making any contribution d .lvs4 Council Meeting Sheriff Leigh Wilson

to the defendant's campaign in the tall. Diawdy was the

whereas the defendant .I A'ft first primary leader but Small-
lists Mr. Charles Hall as a con ; '.< wood has picked up support
tributor In the amount of $.M0." ,,
a t from three of the four candidates
"The Plaintiff asks that the P i .,
r One who lost out on May 8,
election of the defendant In the 0 May Long
Dob Fueney and Ed Kitties
State Senatorial Primary of MayS I, \ Jlll'
1964, be act aside "r : fate one another for county
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"That an order requiring the de 6 ,; rumrnlsaloniT representing North
fendant to product the true and : I4L"w t Tomorrow night's meeting of' commissioner from the North water service with developers of Bievard.. Ktttlea led by about 8,-
complete records of his cam ,the City (Council has the posslbllHy Brevard area and his fellow Missile View Mobilo Court and OuO vntii in the first! primary I

paign expenses and contributionsof \ of bring the longest on rec council member WII Walker Is Mayfair' Manor Subdivision. lu- and has picked up public support f'
; the Siste- Senatorial Primary;., '''t'\ t4llJ.; .,.''ilK,.'.... 'I' .' .campaign manager' fur Kitties' mead eant.vf tlu. DuoS Alrparks .of W, A.. Austin who ran *.
r'' Election ,of May S, 1964)( -be en I ,". A'nd'9t'cbultfbd''aid'oY'latlwr'atralned opponent," Boh'tttiwya"rMl 'Xgreeitient/ ; with Charles Hellos 'lart- "''The OthiTtffttatftd' eandl- a
tered by the court." relationssince' two' -'A'public hearing was held on 'fir'street dedication'' at property date In the first primary, Cent

Dressier defeated Senator Her- j' members are rather directly Involved Die inning ordinance March SO adjacent to South Luke Roberts, bunt offIcially said<
nard Parrish on May I by 292 votts u In tomorrow' second and since that time, the council who heI/ supporting ,
to win the Democratic nomination Democratic primary and might and sorting board members/ have Ordinance for re-inning south Guy M. Brewslrr and Robert
in a bitter campaign sparked have ona eye or tar peeled' for tudlod the requested changes/ east corner<< of Park Avenue and. E. Northcult seek the county
primarily by the fight over election returns and the otter on and have corns up with a 'number South Street to permit a service commission post In the Eau: Cat

consolidation of Titusvllle and City business. already approved. Copies of station. lie area They eliminated Robert
surrounding areas in North Bre the ordinance are available at Ordinance for rinsing streets
The first Item on the agenda Scott and Roy Warner. In the
vard. under new business Is the revised the city hall and tho two public requested hy W C Alexander on first primary '
In a statement to the Star-Ad toning ordinance which libraries, while copies of- the property north by Dunn Airpark.
vocate this morning, King said: will be on flrat reading. If the inning/ map are displayed at sev Appointment of a committee topresent Also on the Democratic. ballot
"First I voted for Senator council members decide that It' era) locations. s sketch for a new city lie delegates to the. National
Parrish because he proved to the Also tomorrow night's teal Democratic convention pledged
should be read In full, then on .
sincere and do- CJ.,1T to President Lyndon Johnson,
me to be honest,
"ar meeting could ba tho council'slongestsince agendas:
voted to serving this county and i war. na the ordinance In Bids 'fur a hau-ton pickup Re inning,: application by plus 14 candidates for Democratic
Its people I Wuenlhoff/ Co. for property In National Commltterman and,
I' contained on 56 pages. truck for use by the fire depart.ment.
"Two years ago: Mr. Dressier Hun Valley, W C. Alexander, for for National Committeewoman
ran for State Representative asa I i The council can agree to haveIt property/ north of Dunn Airpark Republicans are faced with In- I
II read by title only and actually Ordinance authorizing the use Frank J. Little fur In
Democrat to represent Bra [ property/ dlcRttng whether! or not they I
could It tomorrow night- of city funds for employees'group
vard County His race was very pass Sun Valley and, a special use per.mit favor Barry Goldwater: for Pre I
lose in the runoff with Dave TO GO TUESDAY The Saturn SA-6 service structure at Launch Complex 37 providing the vote Is unanimous hospital' and life Insurance. for F. P. Ludwig/ to permit nidcnt or at least whether or '
launch vehicle scheduled for passage on first reading and Request.. for 30-day extension of
be launchedon In
Nishet and the Democratic Party to at Cape Kennedy beauty shop operation hit not they want him to have the
is It I II moved to second. reading.But / time to complete preparations of
was nearly equally divided.In Tuesday, shown standing free of its home nomination at the National Con
this Is unlikely the tax assessment roll. :
my role as a party peacema The 'strained relations" might Application to permit the sale Variance applications" hy Clyde ven tlnu,
ker, I asked Mr. Curt Barnes to come up since Mayor Ed Kitties of beer and wine In packages Cowlln for WhlHperlng Pines There are two, dates of d \Ja.
Dressier, for It was
help Mr Is a candidate for the Democratic only by 7-11 store on Highway 50. Trailer Park and LSD Corp. for guise one headed by Rep.
quite evident that if this split In Countdown Underway For nomination for county Agreement/ for sewer and property Brvnlwood Estates. 8.e ELECTION On Page INOKTH
party ranks remained a Repub
be elected,
lican would surely
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"He persuaded such people as

Senator Parrish County Com r I 'In
missioner Joe Wickham, County

others Commissioner to contribute Lee Wenner money and and Saturn Firing Tomorrow ; I :

help. At that time I gave teem: BfteVAW LYMfiAl J BRANCH l

my assurance that I would be
fair In the future. '
"Mr. Dressier accepted their Countdown started at 3 a.m. modules and ballast, Into a low of 00,009 pounds, are scheduled i:t : V. .

aid and money but two years lat. this morning preparatory to earth orbit.A to bump for nearly eight minutes. II t,:

er 'repaid' them by trying to lofting into- space tomorrow launch escape tower lys- When orbital conditions are ,
make Senator Parrish appear to morning at 9 a.m. an unmanned tem also will be flown atop the al h,ned, the engines will shut j i
be a tyrant and a suppressor of boiterplata" Apollo capsule Apollo capsule The tower will down." At that point, the S-IV :
J the people's right to vote. from atop the Sly Stage of the he jettisoned about 10 second will be at approximate altitude STEPS TO A GOOD LIFELETS l"N//MMFN'" jrr

"If this election la allowed to National/ Aeronautics and Space after the S-IV separates the S-l of 113:; statute miles above earth j
Stand, our whole political structure Administration's Saturn I roc stage and 1300 statute miles down the .

In the Democratic Party If ket In the firrt' earth-orbiGng Approximate weights of the A. F. Eastern Test Range S-IV #wrcy '"

wrongdoers corrupted for to we remove are allowing honest t lest phase of the Nation's moon 110.% foot-Ion package are: S-IV flight'' sequence will begin with ALL -HELP 70 | J

men from Government. This Is flight' progrim. 14,200 pounds Instrument cutoff of the powerful S-l first :,1 j j'ET

detrimental to this County and The flight will be the second Unit 6,100, and Apollo Spacecraft stage sustained engines fr***IIf1/ljJ } '
the people's /Interest. for f! e NASA/DOUGLAS S IV (including lead ballast!) Launch SidelightsInteresting OUR YOUNG

"1 also was affected by tryIng and Is a part of an Apollo development 17,000.
In party program aimed at landIng "II debar" facts on : j jT
to maintain peace The huge S-IV 41 feet In '
ranks became: I was attacked by a man on the moon during length and 184' feet In diameter the SA-fl! launch as culled: from PEOPLE ONTO .frA/lIJ. I 'Ti '
both aides It Is my contention this decade. S-IV's maiden test Is the largest vehicle using the NASA press kit: .; "

that neither Senator Parrinh nor was luccessfully accomplished the combination of liquid hydro Tie: Vehicle will be held to ;

myself were defeated by his last January 29, when the stage< gen-llquid oxygen propellent to the launch pedestal until all engines :.
opponent) In the Democratic Primary Injected Itscli, ballast and a dum be launched by the U. S. are operating smoothly IS LADDER axfNw JV
fairly and that our names my nose cone Into earth 'orbit.S Objectives of the launch are to normally about three seconds after DkOKAY" ,

should! go on the ballot In the -IV, upper' stage of the two- test further the launch vehicle 1/jiition.

General Election In November, stage Saturn! I, will burn the to pi-we the unmanned Apoll'i the II :
Roughest part of flight
running as boned Democrats l.igh-tnrr! mixture of liquid into earth orbit for acquisitionof "
had will occur after about 70 seconds
Mr. Kenney
"My opponent and liquid I!
hydrogen oxygen. aerodynamic and environmental
to do with this. I wasn't .htn the rocket passes throughthe !
nothing .
1 II built for NASA's Marshall data, to demonstrate the SUSTAINING
defeated ty him either, but by region of maximum dyllamiepr..II' CIIAR71t
being honest and fair and trying Space Flight Center by the primary mode of the escape tow .. Aerodynamic pressurts r
Douglas Missile & Space Systems
er jettison using the jettison
to maintain peace In party exerted on the vehkle'aatrncture .
rank I was caught In the ml'ktle. Division. motor and to demonstrate the are greatest at this :
In tomorrow's! launch, designated and j'
"Had It not been for Senator comparability of the Saturn I point.
SA6. Saturn I is scheduled the M/t/ lNSIIIPJIIIV
Parriah's lid two yean ago, Mr. Apollo capsule under preflight -
Dressier would not have been to place more than 37,00 and flight conditions.In -The Apollo spacecraft will

able to become a Democratic pound!), Including the S-IV the SA4 the SIV's cluster of go into orbit at a speed of !If- -- -.y- _- -- '
Representative from Brevard Instrument unit the Apollo s-iap- fix Pratt and Whitney RL-10A3 5,10,;J( mile per hour. Planned Mniul .i't.4 :

County )ia the first place" ter, Apollo jervke and command engines, en ratijig a total thrust lifetime Is I lets than a week :;If;L .... -. 1 1"l,,,

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P.. I ntv",,,,. (Plorlda) Ua,. Ad"a" Monday, My 25, IM4

VFW Post And 'round
tf'' r 9tT town I

Auxiliary To

1'Y' Nnog And NottlPJ' Phono 287-3994 tvtlh I barbara cart on
NtxgA Brvoayd
l Install Thursday
The lovely Oriental decor of (Ca fish and rice dish), Almond apeakeri Included Mr. Bell from

/ i 'The Installation of the officer Lila and Bob Pickering's home Fruit Salad Chinese Crisp Eat Belk-Undsey, Bob Bright, mgr.
I Foo Yu Chow Mete and of ot WRMF and Mr. Schults
J.7ff U//'H"WH/f.V"'hW.=1 i& ?# rU' t of the Titusville Post 4228 Veteran on Carlysle Ave. was the perfect ,
of Foreign War and Aux setting for the Boeing Wive. Oriental course, fortune cookies. Highlight traffic manager, Cocoa So. Bell
iliary will be held- Thursday, at Luncheon meeting last / of the luncheon was a sun Telephone Co.
. First t Methodist Kindergarten I p.m. at the V.F.W. Port Home. Thursday The Pickering's beautiful prise birthday take for Mrs. This week the girls will hear
A homecoming dinner "will pre. Japanese.Bamboo living Chris Benner with "Happy Miss Ann Ores, Registered Nursej -
cede the taMatUtlon at 1:30: p.m. room furniture H enhanced byte) Birthday, Chris" written in ; Mrs. Frail ramell, hairStylist
Graduation Exercises Mav 29 An Invitation< has been extend. Japanese mural on one wail Indirect Chinese.' from Augies ahd Mr.
ed to all the former members. lighting behind two Japanese Attending "were Mrs. Shirley Kowaskouf, mttnafter of How-
The First Methodist Church of Beeson, Jeffrey Duane Allen, Jack Catney, District 8 V.F.W. umbrella's on another and McCarville. Mn. Millie Sweet ward Johnson Restaurant
Tilusvlllc will hold Klnderllartenn.'adualJon Laura Stacy Ellis Joleen Calhoun Commander Eau Gallie and three Oriental scenic picture. In Mrs. Midge Goldsbury, Mra. Sounds like a good chance for
Exercises on Friday, Marie Johns Janice Lee Mrs. Nellie Taylor, Past District bamboo frames on a third waU. Nonnle Smeller, Mrs. Mary Ann young girls to get a first-hand
May 29! at T:00 p tn, Mrs. Last", Patrick Wesley Sanders, a !President, Rocltledge/ will be A long, low luncheon table was Morri"on, Mrs. Jane Gone. look at many different career
Choi.IPS C. Young, teacher will and Frank Heezen. the Installing officers. set Chinese style with colorful driJgei Mr*. Hclga Clark, Mn.' Home EC teacher at PJH is
direct the exercises and Mrs. II.K Page. for the occasion are The drawing on the coffee and pillows' for seats and, gracing Jane Ollhcrtson, Mri. Nancy Rot'Wk Mrs. D. B. GipMMU
:. I'eelc Will be organist. Matt and Allyson Decker, and ted server 'WlH take place after the top, a black Chinese Dragon and M.... .Joyce Allison. -

Rev E W. Norman, pastor of ushers are Mike Monet, and the hrstailetkae tea pot, cream pitcher and sugar Phi Beta Mu Chapter of Beta
First Methodist, will present the Chuck Beeson. forge basket cut from a fresh Lori Peelc, daughter of Mr. Sigma Phi will meet Thursday
following with a degree of A program taken from Robert Ixora Garden Circle bowl. In the center was a and Mrs. H. E. Peele of 111 So. night/ at the home of Mrs. Jean-

Bachelor of Rhymes: Lewis Stevenson's "A Garden of Installs At Luncheon :vatermclon and filled with'I' Mantor Ave., was the charming nao Patterson, tU Washington
Earle William Blum, James 'Versed will be presented\ by the < vaitety, of melon bells young hostess of an "after,the- St. The program portion of the
Callaway Flake, Allyson Decker, graduating tl.... ; 'the Ixora> Garden Circle held A delirious Oriental menu Included ifceltal" party recently for the meeting will be a flower arrangement
Mat ,Decker Thomas Lawrence Parents and friends of the Its final scheduled! meeting of such exotic foods as other four girls In her dance demonstration by
Kopp, Rebecca Lynn Martindale, graduating class are cordially In. < A the year with a luncheon: and Installation Ginger Fruit oriental, kedgrce group In the Earnest School of Flowers of Distinction.
James Preston Matt, Michael R. vlted to attend of officer on Wednesday I Dance Spring recital Lori and

Molit' ., Matthew Bryan Storey, at the Colonial Lounge. Hostesses her guests, Donna Harrison, School Is almost over for the
Gregory ,Keith Futch, Charles Teen Club OrganizesAt for the occasion! were Mr. Episcopal Church Vicki Drohim, Melinda Hooks summer and Mr. Jean Swldzinski. -

ScottsmoorAbout Hugh Wicker and Mrs. E.: D. Women To Meet and Elane Carlson, plAyed several librarian, urges all children .
Bcandrett games and enjoyed a Pizza
AAUW In Final Meet In three
grades to
six to
25 teenagers<< gathered It
A business meeting followed St. Uabrlels Branch of Episcopal In the Titusville
Of Fiscal l YearThe larliclpate Public
the Futch residence In "
Scotia- the delightful luncheon tt Was churchwomen will meet Library's annual reading
moor Monday evening, IS decided that call beheld Xt Delia Mu Chapter of Beta pro
Tltunville May a meeting Iho
Branch of the Wednesday May 27lh at gram. program begins June
in order to orgamre i teen club. i- at the home of Mrs. Charles Sigma Phi will hold their tegular
American!! Association of University : : r1 ; In the Parish Hall for a 15 and ends Auguat 15 and was
Women held Its inert- A committee comprised! of __ : :: : Tumey on the following Wednes covered dish luncheon and meeting tonight at the originated/ to encourage child-
l Directors Fred! Carver Mrs. day for the purpose Of finalizing home of Shirley (Mrs Richard)
..... .
:" read
Ing of the year on May 19 at the t ... .l. : \business meMlng. den to more during their
Ruby Cower and Mrs. Curtis t., A 1r plans! fur the landscaping of the White 945 Forrest Road. Following
home of Mrs. N. P. \ ', ''t.1\" i free summer months. Four new
Pagllalonga, Futch was elected from the I'i i: entrance! to South Lake 'Village There will be reports by Mrs. the meeting the gals are go-
., bonk awarded
at the
with are
Mn. J. C. Tallpy as co host civic club to work with the "" close
young The City of Titusville "was com Chds. Williams on the recent An. Ing to take advantage of Shire
ess. ;" .(., L. ," '.' .Jt.:14.\.ti.). "WnSPECIAL of the program to the four
people. In the absence of Mr. mended for cooperation and nual Meeting of The Diocese of ley's lovely pool for a swim
Guest speaker for the evening Carver, Mrs. Futch brought the GUEST Mrs. Charles Massey, newly elected atslfrtance on this project.j !South Florida and by Mrs. Thos. party. youngsters/ reading the most
was Mrs Bruce Bashford of meeting to order) staling the president of the Titusville Garden Club was special guest book during that time. Three
Cocoa Beach. Mrs. Bashford Is purpose of the meetings and discussing and installing officer for the pool-side installation luncheon Mn. Hugh Wicker, hospitality Watts on the annual Diocesan Just last Thursday this sorority girls won,. top honors last year
past president of the Cocoa several Items as membership of Hill 'N Dale Garden Circle recently at the homeof chairman, Introduced Mrs. 3. Alter Guild meeting Also a report chapter welcomed two new and, together read more than
Beach I Mrs Jack A. Sheridan\ of Hibiscus Circle, un the Annual Fair by Mrs. members to their group at a din.ner 300 books the
Branch of AAUW and now fees age limit, etc. She Farabee on Poinsettia Ave. Shown admiring during two month
holds the office of State' Impll- also stated that the club was not / the beautiful pool-spray of gardenias are, from left, Installation officer tor the bcas- James Munnls party in the home of Loulae period.

mentation Chairman for the for 'kicks' alone, there also was Mrs. Massey, new circle chairman, Mrs. John Nelson, and shun and presented! her with awhile Mrs. C B. Talmadge will introduce (Mrs. D. E.) Scandrett 4273 By the way If you're planningto
topic "Bridging/ the Gap between work to be done, Mrs. Farabce.-(Carlson Photo). carnation corsage.Mn. the guest speaker John Bi-verly. Mary Jane (Mrs. Paul)) do some leading! this weekendbe
Science and the Layman" She Sheridan presided over Nelson bvmole! and Ann (Mn. DeWitt)
P. Community
member of
a to
sure pick books
Nomination were received up your by
has a B. S. degree In Chemistry the beautiful flower ceremony by of the Lyle are the newest members of
from Development Thursday The library will be
the floor and the followingofficers
each newly
from the University of Colorado elected: presenting NASA Kennedy Space Center. the Exempler chapter dosed Friday and Saturday..
and )has worked as a researchscientist. officer with a corsage utllirlng
subject will be "The Growthl"'I"It't
Bruce DeBard, one of the)
the colors of purple, blue yea The tables were turned on this
members bf the previous teen on the Community" and My warmest t appreciation to
101...: Bashford gave the definition club, was elected president; low and .green.Officer. Installed. MrsChsi. will also show slides on the reporter recently! when a charmIng members of Ela Eta Chapter
|flf helene as "knowledge". Bonnie Allen, tdce-president; chairman Mrs. MILA Project teen.age girl stopped by toot Beta Sigma Phi for the very
She said we live in i society that Tumey, ;
1 18 Increasingly dependent on science Jade Farmer secretary and Randall Maney, lee-chairmsn; All women of the Parish are ( all things! ) "Interview" me. lovely /gift they gave me last
Georgians Fulch, treasurer
Mrs. E. T. and It seems the Home Economics Thursday evening. The gift was
and technology, As laymen It was agreed by the group to Floyd secretary expected to attend and bring
we must be aware of thestf m. keep the name "Keen Teens". Mrs. .J. L. Stephens, tre8lUl"er.Tho their favorite covered dish in Dept. at Parkway Jr. High has accompanied by a beautiful"thankyou"

tluenbei If we are to understandthe which was the name of the previous outgoing chairman, Mrs. the form of meat, vegetable, "career notebooks" at the main poem written especially -
world In which we live and club and under which Randall Money was presented salad or dessert. The St. Cather project for the last two Weeks of for me by Barbara Wick
be active'participants,In It. name the bank account still a personal gin by the "member ine's chapter will be hostesses school. er. Thank you again, girls, the
She suggested we undertake to, bf the circle gift end poem will always be
stands.A ; and set up for the luncheon. Goldsbury, my lovely
"brMm Ute "ap" by gaining I The Centerpiece for the table! among my treasures.
young Interviews, .snld ,lhe students ..
knowledge: ot,some basic Helen- business meeting was set for .. ftv consisted of fresh varlgnted pink \ Return were to f interview'
tide concepts' by a knowledge4\ Monday, May 25 at T p.m. at the carnations and pink candle. Swanson Will er person" or "make book a care ......."5...,.. US
a report

of the conditions and Influences home of Donald Garry when a T. '
Corsages and the centerpiecewere To Native Sweden on one" for their notebooks. .rr err r. AT

have under worked which In specific the past scientists and draw committee up by-laws will be and elected establish to w members the ot accomplishments the clixle. ot Andrew Swanson of Mlms, retired They have to been viewing films I atLcLv' frld a ka" :
pertaining different
work now, by familiarity with the dues. Guest attending were Mr. chief marine engineer, and have had several local careers ... ....,....."" ", .. D
scientific activity In our community ks plans to leave In June for guest .
or July .
Jean and Miss Sue Hen-
Hostess Georgians Futch Young .
and by our ability to evliluate served t S his native Sweden which he _speakers. Last week's guest . ... N
refreshments of cake and d rq! )". .
Information about scientific punch. left when a small boy In 1906.
developments. r He remain there to make
Other present were may
Mrs. T W, Jetton president, Mrs. Ruby grown-ups Gower, Mrs. Edward ( Republican WomenTo his home. Genii
presided the business V. !
and over the following officers meeting Rest, Mrs. Grady Sanders, and. Meet Wednesday Mr. Swanson has been a resident )
Mrs. Jack Allen, Mrs. Allen stated
and chairmen presented their annual she would enjoy working with r Tho North Brevard Women's of Mlms for 22 years where Why line Why age? Why vanish wrinkles for threeor
reports: Mrs. Charles the teens Republican Club will meet with he built a home in 1941./ even 8 hours? Wipe them
Rhodes, membership chairman; 0 1iL Mrs. Glen Richmond, president, away twenty-four
a day. Correct
Mrs. Charles Bates, program at her home at 300 W. Coquina Hospital Births them DON'T HIDE them. Let a
chairman; Mrs. Ned Rust treasurer I IRC Civic GroupTo I Ave Wednesday, May 27, at "GENII" work before your eyes. A Jean Graham

; Mrs. Curtis Wherry legislative Elect June 10 1:90 p m. May 19 A son, Steven Ed.I Product.
chairman; Mrs. James D. S' All Republican" women are invited wart Melzger, born to Mr. and
La nit, cultural Interest area representative fJcw officers will be elected .s to attend and to Join the Mrs. Peter R. Metzer of Mime, INDIAN RIVER REX ALL DRUGS
; Mrs. Sam Bedding- at the June 10 meeting of the POOLSIDE INSTALLATION New officers of the Hill club. weight seven pounds INDIAN RIVER PLAZAFabrics

field, science study group chair Indian River City Clvlo Association 'N Dale Garden Circle were installed recently during a \ May 20 A daughter, Rebecca
man. Mrs. Sylvester Rose gave a it was announced by' O. poolslde Installation luncheon at the home of Mrs. Jack Nashville Visitors Lynn, born to Mr. and Mrs
final report on the recent Landscape O. Exline, president at Wednesday Farabee on Poinsettia Ave. In front are Mrs. Harry Lind- Mr. and Mrs J. Phil Payne Elvin L. Davenport of Indian
and Garden School which
the AAUW co-sponsored nlght'l meeting.A sey, left, secretary and Mrs. John Nelson, chairman. Jr. of Nashville, Tenn. visited River City, weight .even

Mrs. Bates announced that I nominating committee was Standing' are Mrs. Charles Massey newly elected presi- here last week at the home of two Ounces ,
Membership Tea will be held on elected with Ed Baptisle chairman dent of Titusville Garden Club and installing officer, and Mrs. Paynes parents, Mr. and A son born to Mr. poundS'1
Sunday September 20, from 2 to and William, Gooden and at right, Mrs. G. H. Hooks, treasurer. Absent for picture Mrs, A. C. Brady, 602 Indian! ,Jerry K. Dead* of

4 P.m. at the home of Mrs. Cur.tI. Garry Bartlett on the committee was Mrs. Frank Little, Jr., vice-chairman. (Carlson River Ave. weight five pounds, nine I
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Mrs Jetton announced two Kxline told the group there _---- .. r p II
should be some way to encour I
new appointments for the comIng
year They are Mrs. Lewis age members to attend meetings WANTED! GRAND
Nail, Yearbook Chairman, and and also gain more mem ..... '

Chairman.Mrs. Sylvester Rose, Publicity room boys In would yeah past be ,crowded he said, the on (DEMOCRATIC j TUESDAY YARD GOODS SALE!

Guests, present were Mrs meeting nights. It Is true that NATIONAL OPENING PRICES GOOD ONE DAY ONLY
Barnes Mrs Winston Caldwell the organization was orghully COMMITTEEMAN .: .
Mrs Milford Chewnlng, Mrs.J. a Chamber of Commerce then ."If
M. Kyle and Mrs. Frank Rob expanded to Include the civic WORTHY Of Sportswear
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Mrs. William Clark. With the consolidation of the Faye's

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Joe Mathcny, Mrs. Thomas dropped. The organization Is )
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MM..*, Mar M, 1U4 Tttutvlllt '(FforMa) SUr-AdvMiH Pale I Workers Class Meets In Wattwood Home -
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Tin Willing Workers Class of clone of school
First Christian Church of Titus. The next meeting of the clans I .Nat. z q. f
\ille met Tuesday! evening In will be July 14.
the home of MM Herman Watt.
TFitA Helot And Notes stud, Jr.
AAUW Science Study 1 1j
ttI A study has been made of j
a4ee North Breeard
: Oj' the Mountain Mission School, Group To Meet I I

C>uncy: Virginia and a report The Science Study Group ofl I
tin this study was given by Miss AAUW will meet WedneldaY't|
Joyce 'mithson, Mrs Herman I
May 27, at 10:00 am
W&th".lod and Mrs W. T. Crow. home of Mrs. J. C. Tolley, 1422 COUPON TUES. & WEDS SPECIALS
Duo to evening Vacation Bible! Sun Terrace
Miss r School, there will not be a meet This will be the final meetingof
Tejan couPON4----
Local PEO Hold Final _
Chapters lag of Willing Workers during this group until Septemberand a a
4 June plans will be made during
Heads Lutheran Plane were made for an all. Wednesday's meeting for the ANACIlNITABPAINI s
Of Season Thursday I
Meetings churih picnic dinner at tne Sug.ar (all program!' of the study ol
Mill Park star Port Orange, astronomy Reg. 79e BO""I" \ C j
Student Assn. Titusville Chapter BT of PEO E. Wattwood Jr, Mrs Rodney Sunday, May 24. 52 '
of 50 Tablets
held Its final meeting of the Thompson Mrs Ray Winsteadand Donations for the Mountain RECUPERATING HERE
Mica Joan E. Tcjan hn been season last Thursday at the Mrs Richard Simonet Dfixitm! School will b, accepted Jack Cutter of Cutter Store ,, .
sleeted president .( the newly home of Mrs. Julia Parker on Chapter BT members present try Mn Eddie Fine and Mrs. who was seriously Injured In A Limit t esNt.mM.wts\ WM. Inc

formed Florid. Area of the National Washington Ave. Mrs. Doyle were Mrs. Glenn Chapman, Mrs alph! Bianham car accident three weeks ago, ufl
Lutheran. Student Auociatton Frisbee had charge of the program A. O Clark Mrs. Virgil, Conkl A Ruing away gift was present has returned here from the hospital -I CIOUrONI
'' The Area was formed In which was on the topic hug, Mrs. Much K. Davidson, till to Mn. William Smith who and Is now recuperating( al I-, __.
April at the Little Ashram held Beauty of Nature In Little Mn John C. Flake, Mrs Doyle will be moving to Georgia at the his home.Skillet .
I 'at Luthcrldge/ North Carolina Things." Frisbee, Mrs Mildred McVay, '' -------- :-._______ I ; I CREST I ; '
The group serves Lutheran Chapter Z held iti final meet. Mrs. E. M. Parker, Mrs. James
students and their friends In' all Ing that night at the home of Mrs H. Parker, Mrs: R. B. Parrish, I [7j |i Big family the :
1 Colleges and Universities lit R I!. Hudson, 1340 Indian River Mrs. Cleveland Talmadge, Mrs. ', 1 56c A
Florida Two areas were formed Ave Members held a "white Wm Walk r, Mrs W D. Wilson tube Reg. S3e

! within the Southeastern Re. _. ilrphint sale.Members Mrs W E: Ziegler; Mrs. W. s
Rion of both chapters G Hulladiy, Mrs 'Aloha Broom OWNhi V 1 limn t mill MVM Huwnh w*. s/sr
Miss Join E. Ttan| K
The National Lutheran Stu. met for a joint luncheon at the and Mrs Forrest Mitchell. \
dent Association Is directed by Howard:! Johnson Restaurant wanormw am
the National Lutheran Council Bayview Groups Thursday noon Chapter Z members i SPECIAL FOR TUES. COUPON ,
Scottsmoor I H.D, Club t
which is composed of the American Field TripsTwo Mr*. A. Max' Brewer. Mis CHOPPEDPORKBARB.QUE [
Enjoy, AQUA NETS&Tne
Lutheran Church and the Joe Edwards, Mrs Henry Goethe Holds Workshop 11
Lutheran Church of America. of the third year groupat Mrs. U H Hudson, Mrs. 1
The Scottsmoor Home Demon 1r
Cooperation exists with the. Bayview Elementary took a George Morgan, Mrs. Mary stratlon Club held a workshop oTweother V:/ C AC I"K
Gamma Delta, the campus asBociatkm Sthkutcr, Mrs. Jessie PeppersMrs I
in V Lft ''fl
field trip to Herndon Airport Tuesday at their headquarters, ON TOASTED BUN
of The Lutheran Fred Stroud Jr., Mrs. K R.g/J.50 f UV I
when Instructions on knitting /fle 13-0.
Church, Missouri Synod. Orlando on Wednesday, May French Fried Potatoes, Cote [j]
wire given by Mn E Rost also
Joan Is a Junior at Florida 20th : Slaw and Pickle Chip.69c. limit t was worn Miiwwk MM, s/tr
In Women of The Moose on making slippers from. plastic I r
State University Tallahassee
Mrs. Sawyer, at the airport, Hold bleach bottles'
She Is the daughter of Rev and Chapter Night
,HIM Claude E. Tejan was their guide. After they A covered dish luncheon was COUPON 3raraifiswE._ !_ -
learned about the areas in the The Women of the Moose held enjoyed at noon.

Tea Marks Finish terminal building they visited their Chapter Night the 13th of Those present were: Mrs. AI FA5TEETH PLATE POWDER
To Art League Year the weather station and enjoyed May at the Moose Lodge. Risscll, Mrs Homer Rice, Mrs

setting map making for weather Mrs Thelma Sherrod of Orlando Dolan Cantrell, Mrs Edward A Medium ilzeReg. f a.
The Titusville Art League said the barometer teletype, and "poke about memberships. Rost, Mrs. Robert Allen, Mrs. I For All Day Friday 42''C
farewell to the 1963-64 year of heard pilots talking over radios The following were. Initiated Cut til Futch and Mrs Edith I FISH SPECIALALL 69c
the annual tea and roundup to glance.Thursday. I
business May 20th In the Art Into the chapter: Mrs Grace Wright. LImN S "IIH Muni "'itu.h. W*. ./"
League building and Friday the seo. Hcflln, charter member, Mrs. THI FISH 69c
Final plans were discussed for ond year students went to the Helen Bulley and Mrs. Josephine
the Leagues newest project, TO Lee Dairy Farm. Mr Lee Lnrrru J. Parrish Jr. and wilD left COUPONS
summer art classes for children, Introduced them to his son, Refreshments were served two weeks ago and are now enjoying T
,to begin Juno 6th These classes Rlchaid. who is the Sales Manager following the meeting. a tour of European coun I I PusTlc
are expected to be very successful and to Mr. Morrow who The regular business meet tiles. They plan to return II Plata TlluSTllle CLOTHES HANGERS
and the Art League plans to answered the children questionsand ing of Chapter 1485 will be held about June 5th or 10th I 3l
make them an annual event as took: them on a tour to see May .27th at the Moose Lodge, I Ri|. 111 Qyiltty'" t n-tw P1w
enrollment figures have been the baby calves, and tell other i sated\! one mile north of Minis a T PIo..1e .1-1' u for Ll
most gratifying interesting things that are doneat All members are ured! to at. Iklrtl red iM'

hive The .children a Instructor are, fortunate Mra. Nada to -the dairy.------tend------- Scale and mite problems? I I limit" t wild MUM Mm**.* MM 1/"

Loudon, graduate of the St CHAIN LINK u.'IJ.'SI. JJI\IJ1.IJ'1m.: ATbVt1. "
Louis School of Fine Art, the
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and El Paso Technical College. FENCE SALE "'**-' I ,
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Curriculum will be one of basic I Brlquefi
drawing principles and techniejucs II
Ill 10 t mi, ..,
: del to be of Itt hours Alio

I duration.Another first for the Art Lea 59 eM.......Sale or CypressNO Prices 1 g i I I Try psln.Il.bry hir/woW kvtii.eve rl.u*.K. 44

gun t us year Is the imminent '' .
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. presentation of an incentive L
'ward to the outstanding high

.ithool art student In the Titus C PAYMENTBunnIng _.. .. COUPON
) I'llle ajea.Committees. fs P6.a mt
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( the 196465 and plans TOILETTISSUE'o
year 5
fere formulated for the Art 'Yk 48 Inches HighUnatall.d IIII o
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League annual showing, an .I.I"X I Re* lie "
{vent to be held this fall. Also ; DOWN Quolify 'lclOl1 10-69-
fiiscussed wife programs to be / Gray .
presented at next years meet 36 MONTHS limit' MM, MUM thrwili. wdar.
(ngs; which will resume !In October a t .s sf -

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Mrs. LaVerne Hardm presld I G.tel Esteerr 1UIl COUPON jftOnn '
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Mrs Ruth Klngman Mrs. aid Direct Factory Paper Napkins
James Hickey was elected 1i To YouSavings
treasurer for the coming

tlose't Refreshment'of business' followed served .year'l HERCULES Reg of, 60 ISe MorcelPeper box 2 for 13 f-
tostesses! Mrs John ; Ii r Napkins I

Mrs Alice Masterson, Mrs. ...
rap Umir with mwii tlirwtli' w 4 Inc r 'RQ
Mn. LaVerne Harfn Fer Free Eirlnuttt Cell ,
Moore ,and _
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4 TltuIY" (lPkrl/a' ) If..Aft"a" Monda" May 25, 1'64 items that need! attention so Ilstlc. Hugh Beasley will rejoiceany

. "Dads" are-placed on an \alert Church blessed to use his a
to be called "'ben.needed, The services."
South Titusvilla Happenings
Indian River time and date of the work party The public Is Invited to attend

will be announced at the BallPark the Revival at Central Baptist

I The Candy Sale has been Church every night at 7:30:

SkillsSeveral effective and remunerative. So pm. May 24th to 30th to hear 1 1r
Students Learn Drawing far over 1300 boxes of candy have for themselves. this greatly praised '

been sold. All boys are urged to evangelist Some sermon '
turn In their
fourth year classes at and left the Park last Wednesday were Cannon and Ohlman. and proceeds to remaining their candy topics for the! week are: "Samp
their trailer to League Standing as of 5/15 managers lee for CArlst"; "The High Cost ls w "
Coquina Elementary School re to move on or to the Conces.ion Stand at the ,
ceived valuable assistance from their own land. Team Won Lost>> Ball Park. There are about 400 of Dying"; "Walking with God"; I 1

t "*' Mn Oltja: Rodriguez, on the Charles Ernest is visiting his Met 2 0 boxes of candy still out In the "What's behind the Glitter""Wine ;

'. Administrative Staff of the parent, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Indians 1 0 hands of sellers and the prize Women and Song'; and

I school, in lesrnlnj to show dirnension Ernest, for two weeks and Is Reds 1 1 money will be tabulated as soon many more inspiring messages. \\,' -

and: hading In drawing claying with them In the park. as all candy Is turned In and the ,
Robeit left this for Dodgers 0 2 five winners From Oak Ridge/ .
till life. Compositions were fryce area will be notified.:
J also created in landscape with the Bahamas for a ten days' Major league No !Hitter lor On Thursday, May 21, the first Mr and Mrs George Black, t1\ eM E

j different: levds In perspective>> sojourn. He is associated with Schwartz Ronnie Schwartz of home run of the season In Major who came to Brevard County f
I detail Coast t and Gcodeilc Survey. the Yankees led his team to victory League play was hit by Rodney from Oak Ridge Tenn., are now y ;?

Because the blackboards fold After three months' atay in against the Eke: with a no Blankenshlp of the Tigers. Wi W, living at 203 Indian River Ave. f r
hitter, the first in the Major James Sr presented Rodney They ale young newlyweds, i
back, the students could slay In this park, Mr. *nd Mrs Bert I R
t. their own class rooms>> and watch Stonecipher have returned to League this season. Schwartz allowed with a new b.lI. a custom slutt having married last November.
hu demonstration. their home in Tampa. only six banes on balli ed by Mr. James many years Gcorgo works as a mechanic for
Is the bookkeeper and and struck out 11 men. Pitching; ago lie takes great pride in this McCutters Motors In Titusville.
Olgn for the Elks was Ronnie hull, presentation and which, onl his
II of the school.
assistant secretary Two New Teams score 9 0. part, Is heart-felt because oft his VisitorsMr
and her husband
She I Is married
In the second game of the evening great interest In the games of and Mrs. R. Clark and
William, works for Pan-Amerl The Little League Players'Agent
tho Bulldogs defeated the baseball and the Park which Is son from St. Petersburg visited
can at the Capo. They have two Ed Mills, reports that at -
Braves s of
to 4. G. Young the
after him. of
Speaking/ ) Mis. Claik's Bill ,
djughteis, Cilia, in Titusvllle the last Board Meeting: of the Bulldogs fared W Teel of the pride, Rodney was a busy young/ 205 Indian brother Pierre: NEW JAYCEE GROUP An organiza- croup. Left to right, back row, Charles
High ana Ann at Coquina tittle league officials, it was Braves on the mound. man that evening getting autographs River Avenue. tional meeting of interested persons of Poole, Ben Lewis; second row, Art Miller
voted to create two new teamsIn the Mima Scottsmoor In forming a Ted Carlson Jack Miller, Dean Cochran;
In the first game Thorn' iy for his ball an hour Inter Ahnoit area
Little League Auxiliary the Minor League. Complete organization was held Mon- first row, Bill McNeely, Clem Chase, Bob I
evening, the League Leading Pirates new Jaycee
Thanks go to Frank Thurlowand The new Indian River City Noble Hinds. At front, left is Earl
The regular monthly meeting This bio change. U due to the put down the Tigers 6 to O. Bub Miner for bulldinglithe Post Office in Indian River day night at Citizens Bank. Steve Pantano, Forster, and Pantano
i of the IRC Little League Auxiliary tremendous Interest exerted in Throwing the balls for the Pirates helmet 'and bat racks thatiiare, Pliua Is almost completed. Glass of Mims, Titusville Jaycee secretary is Spencer, Jaycee president

will\ be held this evening ate the League. At the present time was Marty Cooper with R. being Installed at the dugwita./ front and doors have been Installed acting as the organizing official of the (S-A Photo).
the 4 teams In the Minor Blankenship and" D. Minter This Is another added
8,00 p.m. In the Meeting Room pitcn- safety and work Is still in progress
at the River Lanes Bowling! Alley League have In excess>> of 20 men tog for tho Tigers. Fo'lowln the factor as It keeps the bats oU,the Inside>> It will be a large -
: All members and all In. I per tenm. Owing to this fact, Pirate Tiger content the Yanks ground to avoid a played itrlp-" Impressive building and will PvtJohnDenman ENVELOPES Business Sizes -

tcrestcd in becoming members registration was closed >sonw> beat the Braves 6 to 2, moving ping over them. This Board of compare with that we know Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp
are urged to attend. time ago and some boys that the Yanks up to second place In Directors thanks each and every. of. Scheduled any for mailing. Full stock at Stir(
moving dale will
: signed cards a few weeks ago!: the league J. McLaughlin pitched person for their operation/this doubt be Gels Mililary Advocate.
no In late June with
fur the Yanks with R. Mortonon also thanks to
From Jacksonville have juit been assigned\ to year, go Rauiey .
opening of the new ------ -""- -
the mound, for the Braves, -
Canfield and his fine staff of umpires
: Miss Millie Howard, sister oft teams Post Office scheduled for July
The Tigers broke their streak Police Training
Mrs. Ed. Mills of 120 Moon Rd.,, During this next week, thela'yt'ra' 1, 11W4 j IN
of bad lurk Friday Tom Little PERSON
is down from Jacksonville for Agent .and the managers on evening Walker, League\ -_ !
defeating the Bulldogs 7 to 2, president, will attend whose
AfeaPresident's Pvt John C. Denman,
2 a visit and a rest. She plans int will meet to devise a way of putting H. D. i
with M. Morton of the Leadership Camp
'higmefaring conference this evening R
May fur a while and may join two new teams In the fit'M., mother, Mrs. Genevieve LITTLE JOECARTWRIGHT
P. Donn of tho Bulldogs In Cocoa. The state wide Home Demonstration
Wilt lives In Titusville, completed
Die Mills on their vacation trip The Equipment manager has }
on the mound. In the second Leadership will
thu to Canada bern the .he-ad order Camp eight weeks of military police
East on to
i up; given go game Friday evening, the first- C.B.C RevivalAll ;\J be held next week from Thursday training at the U. S. Army Training -
June 1st.WhUptrlng. Cost the needed items requited for
: place Pirates tightened their are invited to hear Evangelist May 30th at Camp Cloverleaf Center, Fort ''Gordon, Ga., '
these teems Managers and of "BONANZA"MAY
hold on first place by defeatingthe :
Hugh Beasley ::From Dpnce near Lake Placid May 17.During.
coaches; are needed and any Elks 14 to 0. The Pirates'hurleri
j, Pints News Band to Pulpit Stand" Evangelist Erevard
one Interested may call Tom B. Stevens allowed ; County has been the course Denman received
t Newcomers to the Park era only at the Revival, May 24th selected this to and 30&31
Walker at 267 0801, or Dr. Glen two bases on balls and struck out year operate Instruction In such subjects
a Mr and Mis. C. E. Connelly, tliru, 30th nightly at 7.30: p.mat this
Young at 207-3641. 11 men and allowed only one manage camp and Mis. Sun as civil and military law,
: formerly of Fort Lauderdale.f hit. A./Simon pitched for the Central Baptist t Church. B. Young, County Home Demonstration traffic control, map reading AT
They have a most ,unusual occupation Elks. Rev Bcaslcy and his wife Agent of Brevaid Co. pri.onl'r-of-war control and selfdefense. -

i "Poodle Grooming," Baseball News League Standings as of 5'15 Inez, are no strangers in this unty, will be overall manager. .
: and It understood: they Intend. tho of Her assistant will be FLORIDAWONDERLAND
Our Sports reporter for the Team Won Lost area as he was Pastor Mrs. Muriel The 21 year-old soldier enteredthe
I : opening a Grooming Parlor In IRC Little League gives the following Pirates 4 0 Mime Buplldt Church for several Graham of IRC, who Incidentally Army In December 1S63 and .
thin city, the first of its kind Information as of May 15. Yank. 3 1 years, upon completion of II pl'esldent-eleci of the completed basic training at Fort +

: here.Other Minor League This pant week, Bulldogs 2 2 his studies ut the Baptist Bible local club.Registration. Jackson S. C.DeniTuin Pvt. John Dtnman I U.S. No. 1 South Titutvlll

newcomers Include Mr. the Reds defeated the Indians 6 Braves 1 3 Institute. For 18 years Rev takes place next aon of John M. Den

: .' and Mrs L. W. Flanders from to 4. Pitching for the Reds were Elk. 1 3 Beasley and his wife were Thursday, May 28 at the Camp. man, 9547 Springboard Rd, '
i Camden N. 3. and Richard Teel and Sanborn while Hunt Tigers 1 3 stars In the entertainment world. Mrs. Graham, In addition to
: Smith of Tilusvllle. pitched lor the Indians. May 9th They owned their own popular her administration duties, will Minmlsburg Miamlsburg, High Ohio School Is and a 191 attended I . . . . .

i Verne Carothers has left the saw the Mete put down the Dodgers L L President's Report dance band. Hugh was the director also touch a class on making a Brcvard Junior Collegein S YOU'LL MAKE AN EXTRA SALE S
: park and has moved Into his 11 to 7. T. Murray on the The season Is well under way and Inez was the pianistand centerpiece out of tin-can Cocoa. Before entering the
I new home In Indian River mound fur the Mets struck out end all three Divisions of the LL music arranger. After re roses. Army he was employed by the WITH THE EXTRA CALLS YOU GET 0

: Heights, 11, while B. Cummerford also are going smoothly turning from overseas with U In order to give her the wherewithal Titusvillo Fire Dcpt. WHEN YOUR PHONE 0
Mr and Mrs Ot's'! Parker re- struck out 11 for the Dodgers. The Senior Division Is playing S. Marine Corps, bt and menentertained for this class, 'she needs IS ALWAYS ANSWERED

I cmditiV purchased' a lot In Mima Relief pitchers .for the Dodgers scheduled games on Monday, in night/ ,clubs around 'all sizes ft tin-can lids, especially *"* 0
: -'--- Wednesday and Friday at the TI- "
this' arcs. the small frozen juice size. 210 South Washington, Titusville
titkvllle High School neld. This Is a
: DAVIS LAWN SPRAY necessary to prevent getting too In 1949 Hugh and Inez were Anyone wishing to help is askedto authorized stock 50 shares of : Nd4'ef K4ice- 0TitusvIlU
l kd to a revival hi Orlando. They call her at 267.75JU. Mrs common of no par value, field
r If WEHgYE 1bY far the behind senior in field the at schedule the end before of gave up the dance band and, Graham and Ethel Currey of May 18, dealing In Investments Area Cocoa &: Cocoa Beach 0
ST FM IRC will have charge also of Incorporations sic Milton Rich. 267-5530
i a Chincht Stuart Avenue Is ready. County used! their talents for full time e 636.7031'

t D TNf Bugs Recreation Director, Ralph' Carter Chilxtinn Service. They enter some ,of especially the entertaining the Hootenany programs all rnun.of; Jack Titusville.Freed and Don Sands, I, . . . . .
has notified the Board of ed the Baptist Bible Institute to

L Fungus Directors that the lights and piepare themselves for service.At next Saturday night.
7.4 bat'kstop would be ready by June the same time, Hugh was answering Some 23 men and women
constant calls to preach. from Brevard County have signified -
Worms Wizard Batteries
Guaranteed In
e 2nd.At Dependable Writing
the Major League Park, He loon became Pastor of Mime their intention of participating ;

Fertilization James>>Boshoff Field a fence has Baptist Church. The Church In tills camp. A special
.a... been installed for each dugout to made phenomenal) progress under item of interest will be a demon 24 Mo. Guaranteer

the outfield fence This was doneat his leadership. A new elation on "Smoking" fish by a '
a cobt tn' the Little League of building had to be built to take representative of the fish and Wizard 6-V. Champ.
520d,m. the bleachers Wild Life Service of 95 Low cost dependableservice
Also are care of the crowds. While pastor >> the State j
being extended 12-fel't West and of the church, Hugh conducted of Florida. 8 !' For ''40.94

HEAR. ? It feet South, which Increases many revivals each year. ci Chew, 36.55 Ply.

the seating capacity from 80 to In 1958, Hugh and Inez went Two Area Firms wausnfe mouth and others.
HUGH BEASLEYEVANGELIST IDS, Tills will cost the League approximately into full.lima Evangelistic work. ran" r 11-V.: Cl.. .... 'JS-ti Che*. 1LCIMJ' 12.45

$18000. The County Wrereever they have gone, they Receive Charters .vein
has Installed SO-feet of backstop .
have received great praise. Sixteen 30 Mo. Guarantee
on each side of the existing back- County corporations
atop President of the Baptist received charters from v5_ .a w* Wizard 6 V. Deluxe.
._ 4] 1 ft -
Bible Institute "Over I 5
says Secretary of State Tom Adams i OO /
Tho Concession: stand is doing : | Silver Cobalt plates.
years of close contact with Hugh during the past week. I <. '
good! business and a lot of thanksIs Fits '40-54 Cher, 47fcl -
BeHslcy as a student at BBI. North Brevard firms were: "o
owed to the Ladies Auxiliaryof 53 Ford others. .
the Little League for their has led me In a deep appreciation Full Gospel Lighthouse Tabernacle scnosa aeton i5.vhleee.51.63clay.: :ncu so 8'88

hard work, participation end cooperation of him on a groat man. At Inc. MimI, filed May 18,
.tair This Auxiliary truly Is the DiLl Insl'tule' he was tPP fur religious/ purposes. Subscribers

the backbone of the Little Lea student aH: is a piogreisivepastor. } are Jake Van Dam, 438 Os Morley's Western AutoCORNER
air He is completely dedicated ceola Road Indian River City;

tl gue.This week a work party will be doctrinally sound and I is Jesse Trawlck Box 321 Oak Hill;

called to finish the bleachers' and an Insplilng speaker, Church and Beth Cannon Box 753 ii- WASHINGTON AVE. &: BROAD ST. TITUSVILLE 267.3321
F do a few other maintenance conscious: and zealously evange- dian River City
I Park Avenue Investment Cirp,
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Monday, May 25, 1M4 Tttutvin ('Ie""I") tar.AeVeaafe Pit I
.. _. ialist for General Dynamic Astronautics one at the junior college Is lookIng -
who spoke from San forward to is a- possible tele-
Dingo City College lecture contact with Henry Cab
P'hC" Mrs. Graham
\\Jl ( : ) """ '''''W ''''''''''''1 ot Lodge In Vietnam. t tAn
L r;. "n1JT' ? :,_ .1i..((Qe: ; For this lecture, Unclrm had I'
: I ., supplied Auttlo.Visual material advance letter has been
I: Dies AlterOperation to the instructor In advance to sent to Lodge requesting this
provide a compute audio and long distance interview Junior

visual lecture college officials and students are

7 1 An event which nearly every anxiously awaiting his reply.

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Mrs Nellie May (Charles L)
Graham, 79, of 800 West New
Hampshire Avenue, Orlando,
died Saturday In an Orlando Hospital .
where she had Just undergone What a lovely Summer-

an operation,
Mrs. Graham, who lived In In. with cool fragrances by
dlan River City for many year
% and whose husband was an atficlal .
,..ri of the old Indian River .e Dorothy Gray
( SH L'DB ;
Fruit and Farm Land Co., which IT DONE THIS WAY!-In this scene from
started development of the lit the color comedy "Paris When It Sizzles," which opened
: dian River City area, was bornIn Sunday, at the FLORIDA THEATRE, Audrey Hepburn /
Alton, Illinois, attentively listens as William Holden tries to describe a Hot Weather Cologne $1QQCoolTouchCologne'122
The Grahams lived for a whilein script he has just written. Holden plays a screenwriterand

1 t f Orlando, then moved back to Miss Hepburn plays his secretary,
Indian River City, when Graham
/ I became Deputy Clerk of the Clr: class to hour a long distance lie Aerosol Cologne $132
i cult Court here under G. M, Slro BJ( Students turer
coons, and then moved back to The class Is composed piimurlly Dusting R>wdcr12V25.2Winning
Orlando upon retirement 'Ill, of personnel connected with
She was a member of the Find Enjoy Foreign .
missile activities at Capo K.n.Drily
,,., ,
,.. Methodist Church of Orlando,
or Patrick Air Force Base
Survivors her hasband,.
TOUR NAVY SUB- Members of the Brehours. It was conducted by Cdr. J. C: Charles, of Orlando are ; two daugh Distant ContactsDuring who are Interested In the field ofIndustrial s
vard Science Seminar, an advanced science Lewis and Cdr S. A. Bryce. Pictured, left tcrs, Mrs Thrrun G. Brinamafi Man rnwnt.
course for high school students, toured the to right, front row, Ricky Richards, Cathy
of Orlando and Mrs TysdnJr this last month of the They heard\ a tits("T'
U.S.S. Henry Clay, the Navy's newest nuCoyle, Judy Sindall, Pat McClure, Cathy
of Black Mountain, N.Cr one 1963(4 academic year, students 'Value Engineering": from Ev
clear submarine at Port Canaveral last Phillips, second row, Steve Albert Steve
sinter, Miss Lora Ammon tit at Brevard Junior College have erect Linden educational
week. The tour, authorized by the Navy Harr, Titsusville High School Dean Gene Washington, DC. h> received correspondence from spec - -- -.. a
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Department and under the direction of Street, Toney Helms, Don Godwin, THS Funeral services will be hoJdIt/ nine heads of state or leaders of |I
Robert E Daring, Science Director of BreScience Instructor, Wes Pittman and Tony Ham. Wednesday at Carly" foreign countries, have heard' a j \ 1111It// Warm Friends For Florida Since WO
yard County, lasted approximately two McCarthy \Hand Funeral Homo In Orlando. lecture from as far away as San II/

Diego, California, and are hop. Service .Jnc. '
understanding: employers In sheltered ing to be In direct voice contact (Jreelilll
? } ,
Brevard Providing Education environments orln sheltered jobs tomorrow and be ldlf( ; with Henry Cabot Lodge in VUt

workshops where they The school paves the way forthis nom J
I. And Retarded may also be gainfully employed. next step toward Independence These foreign and distant con s-: .flaricIa
Training For ; Training and preparation for because we do not live tacts have been part of the ed
work In either situation can be forever and Institutions are already ucatlonal experiences received In
Need Cited provided in the sheltered woik- filled or overfilled The the classrooms of Brevard Jun. q111\\\// \\\ \ *
Workshop Facility shop where prevocational eva late Presidents Panel on Men1. lor College before the school year
luatmn, job training, and work tal Retardation. the ensuing leg. officially ends on May 29 Cordially Welcomes
Most of liS are well aware has supported the continuation experience can be obtained. The (station points up this future development In a class called Mans Cultural .
that the' Brevard County community of this program through the need far such a workshop facilities of greater community Heritage, taught by Regis
at large has been appr United Fund campaigns of the new upon us in Brevard support for local programmingfor Sehiffbaucr, students look on MRS. You and Your FamilyRUSSELL

I I ;sod of the incidence of re1 past three years. County the retarded In their adult the projects of writing letters to. HOUCHINS To Your New Home!
foreign: heads of state and milItary
1 larded children in general and Time passes bringing changes Solicitation of funds would be lives. leaders to learn first hand Host sa

| of their presence here In our' and the children become older- primarily by the various news In July 1903, a building offer their appraisal of the world ait 213 THORNTON AVE. The State of Florida

)) neighborhoods In particular older to the point of needing a media newspaper and radio- was made to the Brevard A). uatlon with respect to United 1 PHONE

I {' Our citizens have, In the past, new service, a service recognizing to the general public through soclation for Retarded Children States foreign policy. 267-7157

i recognized the needs of these and meeting the needs of the use of stories and progress virtually an outright gift offer So for answers have been re
calved from leaders and students
children by supporting a new or youth and young adults. pictures as construction; advanced of a building as a workshop for
of Afganlstan, Lebanon, Outer It is our desire to make you feel welcome
panlzation of parents of the re This new and continuing need Individual solicitation of retarded youth. Consequent Mongolia, the Phllllplnes, Israel,

*I, larded and a large building fund Is work training to fill their. friends and acquaintances of the ly planning and the for drawing an adequate of the actual faclli Nigeria, Costa Rica and Niger. and to acquaint you with your city.
program for a school for their Adult lives for working and earnIng builder and of the Klowns or. As part of their project, tho
feduratlon and training for training vocationally for ganization would be expected. plans was sufficiently deluyed students are scheduled to report
until the former offer had to be
.at' Moreover, this same citizenry the world of work either with There would be no door.to.door cir their findings to other members
modified due to unforseen
L campaign or concentrated T.V of the class and to collect all nuc
A. .1 cumslances from the outright
solicitation building gift to an offer to build uments for future display and If you are new in the area a phone
reference, In the college library, ,
: NOW YOU CAN BUY A Publicity would Indicate that the structure after'a fund drive A long distance lecture was .... ..
funds would be raised In the was conducted. At a member heard this week from San Diego call will bring you a prompt visit from
If. name of The Sheltered Work agency the Association wisely City College by a group of eve "
shop for the retarded which Is an chose to" ask for proper guidanceand nlng students enrolled In an In. your local hostess. Please give her a call!
.. extended service of the Brevaid approval for a capital fund dustrlal Management/ c I h a(
Association for Retarded Child drive from the United Fund taught by John Lane Sho has maps and many free and wonderful

4t yen The drive Is to be sponsored The Association wants to accipt The group heard an hour-long
by the Kape Kanaveral Klowns this building offered by AI lecture by the tele.leeture system gifts for you from local businesses!
and. Is conducted with the approval Feldman and his builder, Mr. which permits tho entire
t' .In. The construction
of the United Fund A --
list of donors would be regularly plans by an architect licensed .
In Florida Include about 4100
:SO MUCH EASIERCome published The proposal includes a fund *q. ft, single level, concrete ,. CHEVELLE by Chevrolet
depositoiy at Barnett Nitlonnl block, deck, roof construction and
In and discuss it with us. Our service is Dank In Cocoa A bank official Including eomlort equipment at vacation and like it !
quick, courteous and confidential and our 's counter.signature wouldbe least How to make your fly by. .
required on all checks of dls In" financial goal for propos
rates are so reasonable bursement for construction purposes td fund drive would be $33: ,000.. Settle buck in foam-cuehioned comfort. sLw-of w hatevtr you want to carry.Leave
after receipt of the 00 This estimate Includes $28, Surround yourself) with yard of soft a note for the milkman, end get out of ;

Your Financial Partner In Progress Architect certificate verifying 000 for tho building proper and vinyls, plush fabrics,foam-cushioned seats town In a brand-new Chcvellot(

I on.the.job-site Inspection of mat $7,000 for equipment. The fa'rminul and door-to-door carpeting It'.Trado 'N' Travel Time now at you?;

FIRST IN NAME FIRST IN SERVICE erlals delivered and service date for fund raising would. Pick your power from a wide choice of TRRDE'N TRAVE' Chevrolet dealer's. Why don't you two ;
pci formed, An accounting of the bn August, 1, 1964 The beginning economy and high performance engines. TIME get together and make some vacation 1
Fund could be made by inquiryal date Is to be Immediately
Fill the trunk with 27 cu. (ft-vacation plans. Then, hit the roudlChwlb
rf the Bank, follow I'm approval by the Unit. f
ed Fund. this would see rws shat aasaarmmserae, / MaM Suprr Sport /
; The daily activity, moving Hopefully,
First National i Bank about the community, InteractIng be June 1, 1964 4 ,

with fellow citizens and fellow ,. '
M ST 9
TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA employees, the selfrespeet
gained through accomplishment, If you have real estate C'otI.lb"I
North Brevard Only Home-Owned Bank!
I I. s working, and earning, the achievement to> sell, or it you ale
i YOUR FULL SERVICE BANK I of partial or full Independence .
can no more be looking for choice real I

Member Federal Deposit Inturanc Corp. I Ignored or overlooked for these i I estate, use our class! : alp + '' 1'

Member Federal Reserve System mentally handicapped people fied I' columns. j' 4't tf
I than for us tonight to quit our 7 h l

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A1G0M.BRODERSON( ) E -, y,. t ''fll -Y\ '4 Ahy l,> :. ..

A Dedicated Party Mane
I A Proven Democratic Leader

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An Organizer That Maintains

"i! Organization .- i.
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'\1 4 Yean Brevard County Executive Commute.P .

P Past Director. Central Brevard Democratic
t r wA AssociationBREVARU'S :

CANDIDATE IS ENDORSED BY Brevard County Citrus Grower and Civic Leader ..


Slate Representative A. G. (AL) BRODERSON

As Democratic National Committeeman GUS FAULK CHEVROLET

(Paid Political )
1 riTUSVILLC FLORIDA Corner Hopkins & St. Johns AM 7leJMr
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-- Chaddork, Minthnrn (4), and ---
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Box Score: > ,,I Bowling NewsBrown II
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Star-Advocate :\ .. A" C.., II Cilia
SportsNEWS "k.N Cf
.......11 Cf t t. 1. 0 0Daae.ai.ab. 0 Engineering Heads, 110. a

Cf 0 High team aeries: HammerHeads
J! 0
::::: : R e > ,I High Individual lame: Ed Bla- 2031.
0 g "....1... W AND VIEWS c..n c. P .' I lock, 180; Glenn Kemp 152; Nadine -
Mn..11 ab a t. 0 MI., Ml.nu T I
Muth a. 0 t Blalack, 165; Jackie Clark Hemmer HeadeEbort t I
It.R. lb. .. ./ I
a 142.
0 and Zola Dunneman,
11., "MNd.a 1t i. 1 t MujMis e a
Individual scries Ed Bla-
I.wwl., L' 0 0 High :
M.Me. L' 0 lock 436; Harold Hughes, 408;
0..1. 21 11 'lit 11 Zola Dunneman, 404; Jackie e League

Youth Baseball Taos': Clark 378.
va.. Ac. n II RRI' High Individual game: Evelyn a
JI.rll" a 1... 0 High team game: Hammered KlnraW 2M; llaael Carlson 23fl
Mhlkora. L" t
i High individual series Mercy
Krh C ;: :
H.rtmea. alt' a0!\ 0 nine and walked seven. dee Duncan, 829; liens DeVrles, zma .
By Don Hemke RvrKtt: C. t t C Ing of Don Rogers and a nine.hit t'aIe"d"n.R. t 0 AI'! 0 g Score by Innings; 994. V.

ironlli Hoffman" **P a 2 1 1 t I 0 I attack dowsed the Tiger 111 InTttusviilo t'hadd.ok Cadwallrnfer- P'. Lf Ct 0 0 .: : I Beavers 003 32-7 5 1 High team game: 3. E, Evans,
Barnbart IbBmwar I 1 0 1 Bear 000 10-1 1 3Batteries
Pony LeaguePirates Little League action Pa. Ct 1. t 1 f A, oe. CM.
Sb, Ct 9 o. 1 .
1101n Sb 0 0 0 ie Wednesday evening The Rams Hlnea ftt. 0 0' 0 0 : Robbing and Eg. High, team series J. E. Evans
Del : ,
bnlo Rl
S Braves 1 11//...... IJt RlIX 0 a 0 Q scored five runs !I. the opening II e 0 0Tolol. gem; Johns and BcnwnBox Assoe. l N. :
Pirates paced by the one Urlffln : HfA. : : : 0 11. a 2 .
Griffin. HfMandrri 0 frame. on three errors, a walk, Store: .......1... w. teal
hit pitching of Terry Enyart and CtHennr 1 0 0 It nK4YRHN': !: aiocla
and singles by Akers Rogers, Tavern I' 1/
Robert Dix and their one big CfTolat 2'0 0 It Little 'I' !lame All II 11 RRI' D. r MklrtRlMrt Lattorls' H 46
Maxwell, and Ray Balsden. League 'i t'erdleal. Ct 5 0 D 0F.lllot Motel MHFlrat
Inning downed the Braves 51 In '. 2B. a 4 The Rams made It 6-0 with 21t 4 1 1 r Motifs sole :
Loop play Tuesday eve rnac.lam. a Beovers'i Beers 1 Kelly Ub 8 1 0 0 ........ W..m rn Auto sly MIt
Pony Ab R II RR" run In the second on two errors, Hotbed Of tb a 0 1 2 turtle HontM Tltllo 11I110
ring, The Brave l led one In the Arcbar i : Rf : 0 0 IIplrle a fielder's choice, and i J singleby The Beavers, led by tko pitch. Johns .P 8 Q I 0 L..'. flout Kora Cons "IT" 0004M..tar tf a
fo 0 a 0fia..r. Nhumen B. .0 I Q 0 Clnncrt I "H N
ball game 1.0, when/ they scored .P. R. e 0 0 0 Churchwcll. The Tigers broke ing of Johns' defeated the Bars T.ylnr lb I 1 0 0 Ta41Mu.te. 044S7 VaJ
second two Robbin. lb a 1 I II Caner. lit I /I 0 0 N
a run In the on walks E. Kvana Ama W TIt
Moore > C 8 I 0 1 the Ice in the third when three 6-1 in Little League play Wednesday U.own 0 a. I 1 1 Adair Beauty Chop II n n
two wild pitches and an error. if vo. Sb t II n ItMaueD.1 walks were given up a fielder's night. The B.tavortere P.vne 1fLf; f : A aeemnen Pat Boy' e4 11 t
The Pirates came back i I. their II. 0 0 0 It 0 0...r.a Barter II... MH THnnllon ,
Pals..bo. ... 1 II 0 0Walt. choice, and a single by Kyle never behind a. tbey scored first Ponllao 12 I. ,
half of the Inning with five run ...... Tnt.l. 12 7. 7 1
P 1 0 1 1 were banged out. The Rams II the third Day sill 1104Pltkelblry
en a error a
NMtlee/ U a 0 0 liRA" .rTtltr.loW
aid | Hfr. 40 to
five walks an error a
i on U 0 II 0 .. made it 8-1 with two runs In the batsmen, and a three.bagger by Name Ab R al RRI'. Atlantic Plurablnn 44<.4 01 Vt
single by Terry Enyart. Enyart Pace Cf If a 0- It fourth on two walks singles by Holland They added three more i I I ,:.......-Ih C a 2 0"1 0 0Dwvl. 0 "0'0. Plumbing' 96 KW

was the winner. Kent Blankestship .UI. 24 a 4 Duncan and Churchwell), and a In the fourth making it 50 on Moore lb I 0 0 0
was the beer He struck Mil It..bbln. P 2 0 1 1
triple by Don Roger. four walks an error, and a Arebe. nr 1 0 0 0
three and walked nix. Pony League The Tigers came back with double by! Payne ('laudlna .nt 0 0 0 0Wettwund See The
Ca n e 0 0Pehamho
Score by Innings: one In their half of the inning Star AdvocateFor
8b 1 0 0 n -
Indians S Giants 1
Braves 010 00-1 1 4 on a double by Rhodes, two The Bears got on the scoreboard I I Fvftn. 8b 1 O 0 0Llealn

Pirates 050 Ox-5 1 1 The Indians behind the two. wafci) 'and .', two.base hit by In the fourth when two'' D,'.. Lt- CC n I 0 0 0 D 0 0Horbalrro Your

Batteries: Blankcnshlp, Quinn hit pitching of Mike Knowles Pace; batters walked, a batter was j Lf 1 0'' 0 0 Printing Needs!

((4)); and Day; Enyart, Dix ((4)), downed, the Giants 5.1 in Senior Rama rounded out the scores safe on an error, and Bobbins 1L"2' 11.i. :
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ant} Poff. League action Tuesday night. with three runs In the fifth on singled. The Beavers made It 7-1

The Box Score: The Indians took an early tae three walks fielder's choice when they scored two in the fifth '
a boo
DRA'Jl:8: lead In the first when Mike Dune\ and a single by Maxwell. on two walks, a single by Elliot ::1 COCOA DIRECTORY I
ram.. AI, R 11 Cilia
Btnnor B. 1 0 1 0 bar and Mike Knowles singled. Roger who struck out six asx) and a two-bagger by Brown. ,)I ',

Quinn lb. P 8 0 0 1D"y They made it 20 with a run in walked three was the winner. Johns was the winner. He walk n
C 0 the third on i walk singles by ed four while out nine. 1-
Dl.nk.nahlp. R 2b 1 0 0 0 Churchwcll also pitched for tea ,
....nn .. Sb 2 0 0 0 Dunbar and Knowles, and a hit The lover was Bobbins. II. whiff- Pianos Organs Guitars Accessories _
P..h. lb 1 0 0Boyton'U Rams
0 batsman. The Glints came bock e t
I 0 0
Chaddock the loner He S HJ.p, Gibson
Oow.n, ct 1 0 0 0 in the fourth with a run on a
Bred Lt..Is Rf 1 t g 0Davidson 0Total. double by Pete Evans off the struck out three and walked one DON'T SCRATCH ITI Stare Guitars WHY LIFE MAGAZINE PICKED

Mmthorn also hurled for the .ae.lrhlcal".I. ferllea.", .."oln. G Racord. US a Band
field fence walk and
right a
a ,
18 1 1 1 Tigers. MOBK: itaia, Annlr, euliktfrrlniI gt PI.yer. -erw-e -a--teens.. Instruments ROBERT KING HIGH AS ONE
I'7RATK.Nam. :. hit batsman. Three Indians made 're'n-e It.!'IOT I InMrad. Il< hla* ajulrliitima .
AN R R RI"'. the 8-1 with three runs In Score by Innings: In min M.. and inlliirpllo art Exert Repair en All Band Instruments
"rtlon I. 1 1 0 1 score k>. "help .".... h.allae. ttii* fin. Atlantic Phene SU 17711 "
MIy 1 the fifth on two errors, two Rams 410 23-11 9 0 .r...... Inapril bllra, font llrk. ..hoe SI S. Coco Boach OF AMERICA'S 1 100 OUT-
'rl8P.. 111 I A ; IDII Tigers 001 10- 2 3 I ...,... ,..ken. II ... plea.I .. vane
IhP I 0 0 0 walks, and singles by Richard I.... h..11 e u,. bee ..... T08..t .\Y
Kam Deoka Lt 0 t g g Byars and Wayne Bingham.I .Im. Urua aloe --- .

Fooc..r-Lf 1 0 0 0Cetburn Mike Knowlei who fanned nine M TESTDRIVI THE NEW NOVA TRAILER SALES
U 0 0 0 0Marlem and walked seven was the win
21 Different Floor Plans
Ct 1 0 0 0Clad.
ct 1 0 0 0 ner Pete Evans was charged FACTORY PAINT. SAAB To Choose From Because HIGH spearheaded Florida's driveto
Chore ct. 0 0 0 0Hardman with the defeat. lie struck out CROARLAND PACKWOOD -
2b t 1 0 0 one and walked six. _a'.poly. aw...IIM..>atom*Mai ar4i KI..CONA-NOMETTB TITAN become the economic gateway for trade with South
c. I> .ck r Rt 0 I 0 0Rf PIEDMONT.
J_.., t. 0 0 OUTLET INC. America!
Score by Innings:
EnOl 1" 0 0 0 0Tol'.I. SPACELAND SAAB Faaf Tarna, Fraa Detlerr lot tf|
Giants 001 000-1 2 S 120 Florida Ave., Cocea (4U414 I MI N. of Cnroa {T. *. Ma. tTal.
II I 1 a Ilndlan 101 03x-S 6 0 BALDWIN SHOPPING CENTER ene-WMI

Little League Batteries: P. Evans and D. PHONE 2673255SAVE AUTO SALES A SERVICE Because HIGH resettled 107.000 Cubans

Smith; Knowles and Whltchurst,
without racial turmoil.
Lions 4 Boars 2 Byars ((3)), W. Bingham ((4)). HUNTER

The Lion downed the Bears The Box Score: LINCOLN MERCURY, INC. cI'GJ.

4-2 In Little ).eague action Mon flllNTN Lincoln .
x... Air II 11 ."1'. Contintnttl Lincoln e. Because HIGH chalrmanned the
day afaroooir behind the pitch. Dale Hemko .. S 0 n np iceaiCilaRfrrIR rBales Parts Strvlce

ing of Hoffman. The Lion got all ,. Itmltb Ev.n. .. C P I a 0 1 t 1 0 0D committee to fight for fair legislative

four of their -funs In the third Hawk Lt S 0 0 0 Good Used Cars representation for growing counties like BREVARD1
MI..on ct 0 0 0 1Do. I 1445 W. King Cocoa 3o-J38J
when Everett singled MOTORCYCLESHAM'S
Tommy Hllmk. 8b 1 0 0 a HONDA
Strenth doubled Hoffman singled Bolo' .b to. a : AUTOMATIC TRANSMisSION! CYCLE CENTERSNO
Maravlch lb 0 0 0 0 nus COUPON __
I Barnhart was safe on an er Auatln Rf 1 0 0 0Llokt. e/rura1s11ieE PURE "AUTOMATICTRANSMISSION MONEY DOWN 1 yrs. to pay Because HIGH speaks for state funds to
.. ,wntrllx fl StU Cocoa -
ror, and Brewer doubled. TheBears Rt 1 o. a WORTH Kins
picked up both their runs Total 11 t. t CO. I MAGNOLIA iww Babootk PLAZA, J1J..TITUSYILLI.0100P.rl'lIonl08Ao..or'. O.'IM_ go to growing counties where ,they're needed USING

In'the fourth I1DI4NIDunbar ., BREVARD AS HIS EXAMPLE.
on a walk an er COMPLETE AUTOMATIC '
N...,, 'It R If RBI'. Neod Two Wh..l.T lee Hambo..I"MUSICAL
ror', 'and singles by Wattwood and 3b 4 0 2 0 TRANSMISSION SERVICE
Bobbins Hoffman was the winner X now I.. P 3Wbltvhunt 1 t t On All MakesFINANCING
C I 0 0 1alntri.
; fanning twelve and walking C, Cf 1W. .
I I I !: All Work Guarenteadlo WHY
five. the beer
Gary Eggers
was -
AdklMon Ha a O. e 22? Ave., Cocoa, 636.9944 Guitars, Drums, Banjos Etc.
Ho struck out four and walked Lei Ib IIHolladay 0 0 __
Cf. Ib 1 e 0 n BEAUTY ACADEMY Gibson Fenders, Gretich Martin FOR ROBERT KING HIGH ?
one.) H. Adklnion I.f 1 O 0 0 $122c. SllngtrUnd Rogers, Kay.
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Score by Innings: Ntrtnwlcll' U 0 0 0 0
Mammoth Stock of Shoot Musle
Lions 004 000-4 5 4 Hoikln Rf. 0 1 0 C ... eal Ma. eeaaaa. are inC II 1.N. we snaaitMla.. *. hovel lie LEARN HAIRSTYLING
J.P. Bol.VMt Bnlavin Rf Rf 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0Toll. ........at a seta a) .> nd.e. falat. fiiOH ten H. ene-Ml Got In High Pay Brackets GOULD MUSIC CO.
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Batteries: Hoffman and Everett; It. S 5 Small Monthly Tuition Because HIGH Is the only candidate who
Wattwood ((4)), and Moore. Little DAWSON COCOA OFFICE SUPPLIES pledged to appoint a high level SPACE ADVISOR TO
The.Box Score: League BRUNING!'

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and Service itrapha, Hupllng Machlnea Steel
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your builgi-t Cuatorn Inlrrlort ar our APOLLO SEWING CTR.MerrlH compared to 8.4% in Jacksonville In 1963 there were
apaclalty" C'. ua far parta. aimaa.nrlw Island Shopping Center
t and Inauranc Plnanclns and Morritt Island' Fl. 198 new plant in Miami to 18 In Jacksonville, and
personal income in 1963 130.7%
WYATT MOBILE HOMES TIRES roe to only 87 percent

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Football ? Yeah Man 13-8 t 'I .


Melvin Runs 48 Monday, May If, 194 TI''nll'' (H....hI.) S'.Adv.u.-- -- p.t } !

.Ll Jarrell; Loffz Take ;

Yard ID, Wins

For While TeamGene Honors At Banquet ';

Melvin ran 48 yards

around right end with Iris than Tltusvllle High 'School seniors and the Best Defensive player in County athlete at center, won the:

five minute remaining in the Larry Jarrell and Dean Lots football, awarded l by Fred 1 Sell- bent blocker trophy, given l Hy

game and scored on a brilliant were top trophy winners Saturday utn Cut faulk, 2 i

run as the white team came evening during!! the All-SporU Lots w )H the rovctwl Sportsmannhlp Most Improved! fnotMII ftiyer ,

from behind to win the Blue Banquet held at the ThIS cafeteria trophy which Is considered went to Butch Morgan, who 'wis

'\White Intra,squad scrimmage with Pepper Rodgera, University the highest award of the playing a "second unit tackto |M llI'

fume 138 Friday night and closW of Florida offensive evening Hton, then' changed t. first string

sprint/ training sessions for the coach, as speaker In football, Charlie begins, guard after Don Toney was ill-

fitusville High School Terriers. Jarrell was the only athlete to All.Brevnrd County quarterback, lured in the serond Jam oT the-

( Trailing on two different De'aslonl win two trophies, the Most Valuable Won 'the most valuable player sea!*>n, Tho trophy was Iwat e4.

{ once 20, then 66, the toi basketball player trophy trophy awarded by R. A. Cutter by Thc Star.\dvocate. *y i

'White team, quarterbacked by awarded by Dill and Lee James Tommy Edwards, another All- 1'oul shooting percentage tr<>4

sophomore Gary Hart, had pity was warded to Ray Coy;'.

charge of the ball on the Blue 48 art, a "'4" Junior who tfjt I
yard line. Melvin took a handoff Cocoa Coifs Stadium Is Busy playing on the 'first unit ahoyf

> from Hart, moved around right mid-way through the aetsoo*"

end, cut back, and galloped the Presenting (the award was Frank *

entire distance behind good i Rookie League Plans Underway St'huster, 4

blocking, Tim Barrowman, transfer' tty '
A defensive game from start to dent from Sanford' won the mott>
Plans to keep Cocoa Colt Then, on Wednesday, Juno 3,
finish, neither team made t Stadium busy on a year-round there will be a regular Florida valuable baseball player trophy

many first downs throughout the \ bulls were beginning to mallrial State League game at the stadiuih awarded by C:, R. MeColter B.i?

entire game. i/e tlili week as Houston Colt between the Lakeland TtRci rowman played short atop stiff.
David Ward was the \leading
45s officials started getting and tho Tampa Tarpons, This pitched on occasions 'tel'
ground gainer, running sprints of Tom Ream, broad jumper, tip.
ready for a two-month rookie game was scheduled l in Cocoa because
40 and 50 yards dispite a twisted and relay man, won the traglleam'a $
ankle. league.Other. (lie Lakeland fk'L J was
most valuable athlete
special events and uses committed that night for
Charlie Hugging, quarterback another Ream was among the team/I
for the Blue squad, fired % for the futilities heartened both activity, and because Colt In
passes leading acorera points throughout
,F "" Colt Ass and City of Cocoa officials ,45s officials wanted to
frequently throughout the game "1: 1'x as 4 dn. "c. .bLNI- give the season The trophy was

and especially In the third quarter NEARLY CAUGHT No. 82 is Edwards defensive end and Cocoa funs an opportunity of awarded by Chuck Morley. _::
HUGGINS Charlie Huggins, ((11)) Tommy a number seeing Class A buscholl, Colt
connecting mainly with In addition to the rookie league
is trying to pull away from White defensive half-back 70, in front of Muggins is teammate Charlie Griffin, preparing ,45s officials Tennis most valuable playrtt
sophomore Lawrene Neiman for which will have two"homo" ate" optimistic award Wesalngerji
went to
Gene Melvin during the Blue and White intra-squad foot to throw a block,- and about getting State
10 I League
12 In
yard gains succession. teams at the Stadium the only player on the squad t tc
ball game at Draa Field Friday evening.. Wearing jersey team lot Cocoa for the I98S
beginning about Juno IS, several sen- play the entire season without a

However, the entire second other activities are underway son, Chandler said. defeat Wenninger had a total ol
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half was mostly dominated by the according to Wayne Tho June 3 game will be o 10 wins and ha losses playing th<
"Spring Training
White team's Ward, Melvin and Chandlur: USA representativeIn special "Pony Night" feature, number 2 position. The trophy

fart Cocoa, with emphasis on attracting atmnny was given by Jim Clark and Jot

j t Trailing 20 starting the secIjhd Over But Not Connie Mack League teams youngsters as possible. A Gen*. '

I quarter, the White team under sponHonlilp of the Cocoa !'falll". pony and saddle will ba Meg King won the girl's Mow

held the Blue aquad on the mid. $3 Recreation Drpt,, already are given away, In addition to bicycles Valuable swimming award, pr
41)rip marker and forced a punt. sented Dr, Mrs. II. .
Football" Coach"Now Mv. practicing on one of the diamonds. and other spoils Hems. by and! ,

no and runback was made by Ward, : Plans are under way to Some 2,500 persons are expected Walker. I
Hart and Melvin were dumped -
Most valuable boy's \ '
have three other fields completed awlmmuA,
tor San-
for 20 loss Wlready
a yard on two
was awarded to Mare Hepburn
ford". d north of the major league The rookie. league will haveamt'l '
Maya, by Dr and Mrs Robert Hogue.
diamond, giving the area five at the Stadium almost
"Ward These the words of Titus-
took the ball on third were Letter awards In football, bap-
and! 30 and ran from the 10 yard ville High School head football baseball diamonds that It didn'thave every day during the Summer, ketball, baseball, track, swim

Hue all the way to the 50 and coach John Gaines after he had a year agoWhitson Chandler said, with local teams mlng, and tennis were also pre,

!nearly broke loose, but was haul- watched next ,ear'. version of representing the Colt .45s and acnled to the athletes

4d down by the last Blue shirt the Terriers In a full length, four -- ------- AL In BJC the Minnesota Twins, playing
defender. 12 minute quarters Intra-squad t teams from the Sarasota area,

White football game concluding/ spring representing the New YIII, k Roberts Takes
)Again, was forced to
kick. after Hart was dumped for training' sessions. .Halt Of FameWade Yankees, Chicago White Sox, .

another five yard loss by 210- "Although, spring practice sessions 6 the St Louis Cardinals, Milwaukee .

jjound tackle Charlie Griffin. are over, I don't want you k1yr Whitmm was voted loin Braves and Detroit Tig- Another fifth a

The ball was stopped on the guys thinking the season is over, the Servant Junior College Hall ors

11 yard line and the White defense because we've got another game of Fame and also received the An Instructions! league, with Maury Robert continued (tD.<

buckled down for the eve coming up in September against/ 'Most Valuable Basketball Mayer young professional players who run In tho fotilsteps' of other aUi-

aing. On two plays, they set the Sanford and we've got to be trophy during Awards Night need _|K>Hnl training, Is let far letes Saturday in Miami as at,

Blue team back eight yards, on ready,", Gaines said at the Carrlge House on Cocoa the Fall took fifth pluce In the mile durIng ;

an attack led by lineman Bill Despite sounding a little rugged Beach Friday evening, "No doubt there will be other the Sunshine State Invitation

McBride and defensive! monster Games was real proud of :ii Whllson also received the allcenfereme activities! hero during the rest track meet behind boys who have,

man Bill IlardinHuggins both teams. First, he drove the basketball trophy) of the year, Chandler acid Tho beaten him In other contests disco

tried a short pass to White Team straight into the rll
slotman George Eitlicrt but it ground with criticism for giving playing the entire conference (In providing this activity
MELVIN PICKS UP YARDAGE Gene of the Blu -Whjte intra-squad game. Melvin Huberts' fifth pt.ceVII clock1! :''
tournament without defeat In the Cocoa
was intercepted for the White up. Melvin fullback for the White Team is later 48 a area '
touchdown that
ran a yard cd at 4:37: while the winning lime
squad on the 10 yard line and run "For few minutes, while you shown "bulling" his way down the sidelines won the game for the White team -S-A and Whitson had war BIO number record two lie man of 4:2'1.2,: was run by Mike Will:
to the one yard line. had your backs to the wall, you a was
for 12 the third Photo ,
yards during quarter ) lams of Dunedin.
leading In basketballwith
scorer News
hart tried a quarterback fought hard, then when they Bowling Taking second place was David'
sneak scored, ," he 529 points In 25 gam s averaging
and scored, and the White you guys: /gave up
of who '
that nearly :300 people attended 22 points Piper Leeiburg, placet:
per game
Warn took the lead for the first said. "But, we still have to keep work Others from Tllusvllli receiving Wednesday Night one position In front of Roberts'

time In the ball game. Then, while they were still ing this summer, maybe by our tw awards wre Dan Olpson, rebounding In the Florida relays Ken Curgsnlous -,
,White held the Blue again on holding their heads sort of low, selves, however, we're going to I" Joe High Individual game: Bob of Jicksonvllle Engl;<

the midfield stripe with 16 sec Gaines offered praise: "No one be ready for Sanford." golf letter trophy Jack) Lewis! Hampton, basketball Pasley, 232; Charles: Young, 211. wood took a fourth and also;,
onda left in the first half and quits on my team". "Truthfully there High Individual series: Char- placed In front of Roberts In the4Relays.
more letter and
was Doe bt'Ntbascb.1I
Hart connected to Ward on the When the White team had the ; Coley, Its Young, 5M; Frank Little, (71. .
than there
scoring thought
we pitching record of 1,1.
sidelines with a pass and he ran ball agafh they worked hard, would be before the game," h. Wado's brother, Ray, received a High l learn game; Gateway t lor Ida's fattest miler, Mor;

to the 14 before being hauled and several players really turned amid "Both defensive units were baseball letter also.Nationals Lanes, US. nil Moore of Gainesville did no}
OR the speed, and hard 'knocks'to High team seriesi' nay Nelson
down, ending the first half. well polished, and knew their assignments enter the event.
Blue team scored their first get the two winning/ scoris. more so than the offensive Insurance, 2374. Richard Calloway, Eau 0.1.Jlo'a 1<
"We got a lot of work out ofa Klnmllnmi. Woe t,n.t
two points on a safety in the squads, mainly becauseof Win Ktrrt Nitlomt Pink ftNnumnlK high Jumper nearly lost hU
second quarter after tackle Tim lot of) guyi," Games said to timing Involved." : 4:H I4'4' undefeated! title hut managed I*
K.lhfl' MlMk Meuse1, 17Uuffri
Marshall blocked a Gene Melvin the group following the gamer Hotiurr.nl 41'\40 i tin hold onto a three way-tie for flret
At one stage In the game,
on the goal line. Odwur Ln. in ftHar place by jumping 6'2", Phillip
punt :
Oaihes wai his usual all smiles One Lose One N.lDiin,' Inn St UK
Opening second half play, team a 121 lead Hart passed (o and big/ voice. ash. l,........pln. at US Turner of St Petersburg, Dixie
Edwards on a jump Nsmw.ls.r l S4 H4 Ilolllns and Mike Kelly of Wintcr
Quarterback Hugglns took mat psss over -
T U Mush NI HT
ters into his own hinds anti ran center for the extra point. "They're hitting out thert'he Orlando. Flyer edged the TlfiiHville aunt Won,..M Corp. W 3t1 Park also Jumped 6'2", Callo
said. National 4.2 In Orlando finks M..i>nry 13 40
11 yards on one trip carrying toMe White pressed again with less <'lit.... Hank HI M way jumped 8'8" this year
own 45. than three minutes on the clock "Gary Hart, who Is only a Friday evening and Due Coley ,

Four on an intercepted pass and ran sophomore, really handled his led tho team back to winning
later the Blue
downs was
back 11 yards from the 40 to the team well and made some fine with an 12 victory over the Orlando
forced to punt again, and the ARCO DODGE INC.YOUR
Hawks there
29 yard line. calls from the line of scrimmage. Sunday .
team of Hart and Ward started ,
Ward gained eight yards and We khew boys like David In Friday's game, Jim Luke-
another drive. Hart flipped a Hart carried for water took. the loss, giving ue NEW DODGE DEALERS
five yards, then Ward Charlie Griffin, CaarheHuRglfts
short to Ward who ran from
pass twit in two inning. Butch
lateralcd back to Melvin Edwards
who : Tommy and
his own 45 to the Blue 28 yard '
Hoc. Again, he nearly broke Into ran to the five yard line, with the returning first stringers from Crammer pitched excellent re Service Headquarters For All .
lief ball for Lukewatir
the 1:50: remaining last year could handle their jobs giving up ChrysUr Products.
open. Hart tried a quarterback sneak without too much trouble. t 1ET two unearned run and three"
The ball exchanged hands several bite In six
from the one yard line and Don "Lawrene Neiman played t
times until end Bob Grlssom Doc ) Transmission Specialist On I r:
Coley, using an assortment
Toney snatched the ball from hi* good game for the Blue team, la Now. I
' recovered a Melvin fumble and hands and Blue took over on their fact he was about the only re- of pitches, gave up only Duty
Blue took over as the quarter four hits and three wslk InSundl'
own one foot line. telvcr Charlie Huggins could Coy Hopkins tt Harrison 267-4931
\ gilded Huggins was faced with a biff ever find In the open." game agalnit the
jlluggins parsed to Neiman IIntAree Hawks. Nat llaber and Ray
problem. One minute
was showIng "Bill. McBride made a good <-
consecutive plays and carried Whitson both connected heavilyat
/ on the clock, and his team transition from
to tackle
Blue to the White 21 yard the plate for the Nail, with II>
war trailing 138 with
yardsto and played both a good defensiveand
]Ifte2Sanj, for touchdown. t Ray providing most of the powerIn a
go a A desperation offensive
;: Wortham carried for 10 game the big/ fourth Inning with a Mvaamaa
piss to Elchert was Intercepted "We were real proud of the Ieq :ge1e
yards up the middle and a pus' f two run double
by Ward and the White raTlMafamONOa.tl
t t4 Neiman was Incomplete. Hug- team counted off the final sit "With entire group little, Calnes said r The Nationals play Martin of
tins picked up 6 yards around seconds of the a more work we + wv Orlando Tuesdsy evening at
game. should be In
rght| end, and then added two ready September. Tinker Field, Orlando,
more on a quarterback sneak h

Waving the ball on the one yard LErS GET ACQUAINTED TRUSSESArprorhe "

One. It war fourth down, with MONEY _'_ Cl !
ojio yard to go for a touchdown NEIMAN STOPPED David Ward White team's No. ANY CAR WASH "

aid) three Inches for another a first quarterback and- For Extra Fast SORROW PAYMENT 20, and Lawrence Neiman tailback for the Blue squad 4 Sanford Dealer "*&?" Member WwU's

efil Huggins sneak and ran moved the ball J SERVICE. .-. :0$100.00: T';81119'Phone ::: hit almost head Charlie on after Neiman had caught a pass from Lira.it Roof Truss/ Prefabricating System I'

about 4 inches, enough to pick tip quarterback Huggins.: The play went for a first
the first dowi. Cam Worttam 267-4331 =:: I x23: down and picked up 11 yards.SA Photo). 99CSULLY'S PANNING LUMBER ((0.
L..n. Up T. $ W. ,
plunged across for the Blue team
with 7:20: remaining the ,ame.I INDIAN RIVER CITY
JThis mad the score 141tMdvin's .
Southern Loan Company 267-6885
STAR-ADVOCATE Classified Ads Get Result 214 .. WASH. W7-W41 ItIt.J
score came with 4.5< left In the M S. WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVILLI Former Chevrolet BWg- I
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hp TMunfta (PMrlda) .t..A....... Monday, May 21, 1f64 S-A Employ**
____________ u_ ____ _____ Local LaborerIn
.In '" "" ....:;-.i :il; Turn Down Union

I .. llr Star-Advocate mechanical employees Homicide

Hospital Contract by majority vote, recently ,
\ turned down a bid by the
International Typographer's Union
/ Suicide PlotWilliam
I Orlando local, to organize

the newspaper's employeesELECTION .
Signing Is Slated Edward WInton, 52,
Titusville laborer, ihot a motherof
lour in DeLand Thursday

Contract for construction of the Construction Co. of Greenville which this work can be completed night, May 21, and then took hit

huge additions to Jess Fairish 5. C., submitted the lowest bid- own life In a homicide-suicide
Memorial Hospital expected to a base bid of $3,298,000 but with "H means that construction( t (Continued From Page 1)) plot. The victim, Mrs Leona

be signed here on Wednesday, alternates, slightly over $3,700- will possibly>> be started on June 1 Bill Cramer pledged to Gold- Elizabeth Davis, 27, formerly of
according to Art Worlliam, chair- 000. as we hod hoped." Wortliam water and other headed by Sanford died early Friday mornIng .
man of the building commute for Wort ham said that details for said William D. Pawley with no pre from a temple wound.
the hospital board. contract signing had been worked Currently city officials are going
ference for president.
WInton according to witneases,
Bids on the addition were out and that everything/ point. over the plans for the huge Republicans will also have to
chased Mra. Davla and threw her
ppencd on May 8 and Daniel! ed to Wednesday as the day on >seven> -story addition, to bo constructed
select a National Committeeman down and nat on her while he
In front of the present
56.bed hospital. flora among two condidates and fired the shot point blank Into
Are fire has a National Committeewoman, her temple. He then fired a
Roads Traffic Congestion City department
I thoroughly( examined the plans also from among two candidates.The single shot Into his own tore-
will at the
polls open head.
and the city building department .
Top Needs Engineers Report is working on them now. usual 7 a.m. and close at 7, p.m. Donald Lee DeLong, brotherIn .

1 It is expected the building per. There are 48 precincts In the .law of Mrs. Davis, said he
traffic conditions Canaveral District of the U. S. mit will be applied for sometime county and machines will be struggled with WInton when the
Roads and
the most critical problem Army Corps of Engineers has this week Whenever it Is applied used in each. Returns will be latter pulled out I pistol after
are shown. for, it will be the largest in imported to Mrs Edna Carlile'sSupervisor arriving at the DeLong homo and
facing the Brevard County area,
the It will of Registration office Into argument with
f 39S employees of the Relief from traffic congestion history of Titusville. getting an
a poll and un Improved road networkwere also send the permits Issued so shortly after the polls areclosed Mrs. Davis who bad been living

Schedule given top priority by 71 per far in 10C4 to more than $13 mil. UNDERWAY Hardee'g Food Systems, prises, Inc.. is the general contractor for with her sister for the last three
Pink Lady cent of those pulled l as the con lion-the total Is now over $!U5 Inc., a chain of self-ser ce restaurants the construction and Ted Larson, of Ve- months.

rink Lady Schedule for Jess dition which most needs Im million. operating in eight Southea tern states has nice, is the architect. Ilardee's restau Hospital DeLong said Mrs. Davis ran

farrish Memorial Hospital, provement. started the construction of a unit in Titus rants are engineered to provide the maxi- from the house as shots went
I week of May 24th through 30th Minors ville in the Centeron in service and cleanliness. The roof
Second greatest need, the tabulations Charged Big Apple S o ping mum wild. She tried to get into the
is asi follows: Indicate, Is fur better U. S. Highway 1. Har >e s restaurantsare and supporting bents are pre-cast concrete Activity house next door but no one was
Monday, May 25 morning hospital and public health facil already operating or under construction built by Alpha-One Associates Inc., of at home and then started running/
L. Jones, L. Willis; afternoon ities. Better school facilities With Violating in Fort Lauderdale St. Petersburg Fort Lauderdale. The building will also Admission but was overtaken by Winton,

:J. Ryan, O. Williams; evt'ninll- placed third. and Jacksonville. The n< w self-service, utilize assembled components of porcelain Judy Mitchell, Edward Major, who had broken away from De-

J. Phelps, R. Williams, C. William Housing, once considered a family type restaurant is o: ,e of more than walls and plate glass. Hardee's Food John Ogle, Dixie Davenport, of Long and who witnessed the
.K, M Willis.Tu serious problem in the Brevard Beverage LawThree 60 units now in eight Sout eastern states. Systems, Inc., is headquartered in Rocky Indian River City; John Flynn, shootings but was too far awayto

day, M-y 2tl-morning- County area, was rated sixth by The land and building w' I represent an Mount, N. C., and is one of the fastest Maurice Monroe, William White, stop them.

F Young/ L, PettIt, F. Tuten; the employees behind better re- minora were arrested investment of about $123,0 0 and will em- growing limited menu restaurant systemsin Mary Holloman, Herbie Flack,
afternoon M. Craus, F. reatlonal and improved cultural Friday night and charged with ploy about fifteen person when the nation. In less than four years the Charloltn Richardson, Martha I Tltutvllle (Florida) Star-Advocate

Thompson, C Thompson; even. facilities violation of the beverage laws by Leonard Meakin, Ilardee's vice president firm has grown from one unit in one stateto Ely, Scott Spiller, Victoria Rich _
Ing D Curtis, C. Waterrose, The tabulations were based on Act Lelf Larsen and Sgt Pete in charge of operations, said the locationIn more than sixty units. In addition to ardson, Jeannette Eads, Dave lIol.III.h04:

'D. Willis a survey made by the Canaveral Wfeby of the Titusville Sheriff's Titusville was decide! upon after a Florida, Ilardee's has restaurants in South Johnson, Alma Julian, Aston I Wednmdaya Publlehed. Mondaya*. PrldayoBy ,

Wednesday, May 2?: morning District of the Corps of Engineers David Lee Yound, 17, of Hulls careful study of the schbols, churches, Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina, Alabama Funk, Anthony Ehret and Con Tlluivllle' Ino.star.Advooa0 .
[ : E. Damforth L Esthada; for the community development Trailer Park, Bobby Young 18, shopping center and recreational facilitiesin Virginia and Texas. stance Austin, Titusvillc; Gen At The BurAdvocateBulldln
afternoon V. Gass, L. Brown- offices of the National of Gcoriitowo, S.C. and Franklin the area. II. C. Kirk, of Titusville Enter eva McBride, Ruth Mae Brothers as M Main Street*

in,; evening E. Chaudoin, T. Aeronautics and Space Admin. Delano Akers, 17, of Titusville and James DeLancy of Mlms Tltuavllle, ria,
Howard, T Wilson, P. Wilson. istration's John F. Kennedy Trailer Park were arrested near Mon. Nito Mixers Discharge 8:780

Thursday, May 28 morn Space Center and the Air Force the Crown Drive.In Theatre Area "Y" Would Be For FamiliesThe Earl Evans, Dorothy Ramsey Mr.Henry. Noel' H. a Hudson Hudeon prea V-P.
Ing S. Puckett, p, Short S Eastern Test Range at PatrickAir where two of them had climbedthe High individual game: Len Pit- and baby son, Carlton Johnson, Robert H Hudson, ....'.Tr....
Oiiwkl; afternoon Z. Cutter, Force Base, fence to get into the chow cuccessful Chatter Membership eral Y.M.C.A programs will be trick, 239: ; Gerry Carlson, 175. Shirley Johnson, Jean Dunn '""odoCl... postage paid at Titu.
J. Roberta, J. Tolls; evening The over.all NASA.Air Force Upon their return to an await. Drive for the North Bre offered. High individual aeries: Len Loretta McCarthy and Herbert yule Florida

A.. Webster, :J. Goodin survey embraces civilian and ing car, just outside the fence, vard Branch YMCA. will insure All residents' : of North BrevaidIntei Pitzrlck, 587; June Ryan, 458. Harrtll of Titusville; Mary Dorley otawasalFlorida : .. .
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Friday, May 29 morning military personnel of NASA and, they were taken contained Into eu tody.of a "Family Type" Y pro. ested In becoming charter High team game: Team No. 2, Ernest Rolle, Julia Griffith Nanaoal.. Itdll".I A..M.llea
The vehicle cans
V. Shuler, I. Oentci rekher; afternoon the air Force as well as contractor gram. 737. Mithaeline Seager, lichen Henry H Hudson. Publisher
cold beer and the above officers
<< members of the North Brevard
W. Whalen Purpose of the Gibson Geneva McBride of Kohert H Hud.on Editor
M. Salter, employees. Programs for all age groups ,
said the subjects were under the Y.M.C.A. are urged to call 267- High! team series: Team No. 2, David Dunn. Advtrtlilnir Mar.
; evening: J. Hughes, J.: survey Is to assist municipal, influence of Intoxicants. will be under the direction of an 2320. Mlmi; Judy Mitchell, Morris Wtlll.m O. LyoI. Clrcul.tloa II.....
Moore D. Hinds. county and state authorities In McMyrtle, Joan Jachne, Mancy
Investigation executive secretary, yet to 1..ln. w es I.not aubaerlptlon. Ram ..
beer In
Saturday, May 30 after' planning adequate housing, The question Team No, I b22 Diury end Toni Mullins of Indian
and revealed, was purchasedIn named. Such activities as Board To Meet Team No. 6 44 S3 Bt' Carlor la"jirlb; ;; Dr.nraI
J. Skinner, N, Shields; schools, roads, hospitals Team No. 1 43 84 River City; Henry Tal ,
noon Father<< and Son projects, youth I Yr 11.10 I Mo 04,00 .5 Ma 5200Hy
evening L, Rash, C, Munro. other community services for the fourth I colored party. bar In Mima by a clubs, physical fitness, dancing, Brevard Board of Public Instruction Team Woodi No honnere. .S 4J 88 4 84 87% marine of Rockledge, Steve Pop Mall In FI.ld"Y .
growing population of the Bre ccramlci, sewing and bridge, In will hold a special The 87 89To.m ovich of Leesburg, Diana Bar 50.00 4 Me 13.1iU a liD. $2,00
Bond for each youth was Il'tat No.CI 87 80
Birthday vard County area. $100 returnable In the Court of addition to swimming, all type meeting tomorrow In the board Team No. 12''%" 43% ton and Evelyn Hogan of Scotta- OUII.d'Fiold..
Happy Although only the six categories offices here, Team No. 10 81 4SOoFouri Yr. IUO 0 Mo H.oo S Mo 12.110
were listed on the survey, Record Friday, May 29. of ball games, camping, and gen.rs. starting at 8:30: a.m. 25%, (0%, moor.
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MUIIETo The Voice of 2SOOO North Brevtrd County R.*ld.ntiTITUSVILLI t

WRAPPER aeca.. a FLORIDA:-MONDAY, MAY 25, 1 1H4 Pig 1-8-
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Chief Says "Dog Days" Aro Approaching

We'll miss friends George and the percentage of vote will be .
Till Morgan and their two too, In tomorrow second primary, "'
And the community will miss We'11 figure the total number of
them. George bat been an exIrimely votes, as verified by Edna Car Wafch For Rabid Animals "I
active civic worker Ills, against the total voter regis
ilnce moving here from Missis trillion, also supplied by Mrs. '
ilppiI Carlile, to determine the per. t Df
e says one of the things he certage If you want to enter, Chief of Titusville Police W. In tho woods, playing. moie than six people dud f Clam i rabies last apt 11 t have trouble running,
will miss when the family moves just write the numbers down on T Brown has Issued a warning usu;il. This tends to put child year. over 00,HIM persons ate walking or even standing, as the
to Greenville, Tenn, II the a piece of paper and either mall y fit to area r slims of the approaching na and their pits in vulnerable ixpostd Hiinuilly pnrulvsis envelops the body.
friendly competition between it t? thin column or drop it by cf "Dog Davs," the mythical tout.let with possible rabid wild Symptoms ot ribirs In canine Hiruthliig becomes difficult but I
Citizens Bunk and First National the office that Is any time up period when anlmata aro nnlmali," Dr Young stated animals may++ ut limes resemble these period are Interruptedwith I
Bark as well ai the personal to 11 noon tomorrow, Take it to supposed to be more susuptible Rubin Is generally considereda Hint*' eif eilh..r flint a*sTlvte renewed bunts of strength
! competition between he and four figures, such as 34,59 percent to rabies, disease or illy dugs and a am two types of rabies: ml the frenzies are resumed.
Doyle Frisbee and Ed Willis of ao we can have a clear-cut Chit Drown said during the one-in'a-million disl'ulIn farm I the dumb and the furious. It Finally the animal falls and
First National winner I 1r hut days of summer it ll a good animals Modern knowliilge of either hex, the saliva Is InfecInnis khorlly dies
lie acid he has never been In Idea (for pit owners to keep close the dlspHhe hat iihnwn otherwise, III the emlsit :It generally takes five to abe

a town where such Institution How about this for cooperation b4v observation on their pets, keepthem Aitunlly, according to Dr., In the' fin'Ions form of rubles days tor the disease to kill the I
were ss competitive and yet 10 ? The developers of Rocket clone to home and mukn Young rabies in deign has decreased there ear: three stakes!: in tho Jug from tin first llgn of fur
friendly City (in east Orange County) sure their water supply U kept over the years, but first itiM! a iimlno onlmul apprurs lout) rubles. I
George has taken quite a bit have not only given a 10acresite fresh and plentiful Their fowl tin're has bel'n.n InrrraIn, nll'ldl1l'holy and dcjeclidnllrrifilmg .In the dumb form, the furious I
of good natured kidding at Rotary to the Orange County School Itj should 111.,0 l bu kept fru.land tho common farm animal wilt playfulness unit' stage Is very abort and may I
Club Board but also to clean Wild cnmial the without notice and be
meetings from fellow plan erect II.Ixclulroom arc biggestcarriers iiiKui-miss It may bile at the pass may '
member, Willis Occasionally school with aud j '; + It has been \bought for many of tables according to air fir' no upputnt, reason! upeiscdcj! by parulyslsIi I
George is called upon by President Itorlum-cafeteria, library and. & 1r years thut the'Jiot'clUys) of sum (lie information provided by Dr Miutih and shift positions frcquetitly ., this form the Infected ani
Dick Simonct to give the administrative offices, fully heated mer produced! 'more rabid anirials YOIIII(, And due to the industrial'! tend to It'fusIts nor mule slum noise and light but I
invocation. One time, among and air conditioned, to be and residential aubdivisions will attack when
(him during othtr times of expansion mal diet and attempts to eat approached if
the things he said a prayer for, leased to the school board. It the year, but a"-check: : with W wlldl fo In bwomlnjpccll : sli<'ks and:I stones, long ni it her control of ill mua'etra. I
was to "protect our national in.terelt" will be operated by the Orange G, Young doitur veterinary, nutl/ed to living near man. Death from dumb rabiii :
County Board and all teacherswill This KOIS on until (the secondstage
and Willis thanked him gloves this ,to lid pretty much ofa Hum naturtil four of man Is may coma In from one to four
profusely for the have master degrees.: -the Is rl'I'ulnlzal.Jl( : In tliiif :
mentioning folly, somewhat subdued by this l'un.Ibnt days tier the first signs
National. A few meetings later additional funds necessary to pay St t aviocUjm sliht' f hnintte I stall"| a strong. tiiic: to I
'The lies, In tho fuel At (he first of any of these
George Included this salariea of such teachers to also 5 problem tun" I'omra.Ivl'r the animal, andIt .
the cituins of our country": and be paid by Rocket City developers of closer'contact ,during the Rabies ean infect a..y wren may bile or ultm'k nnytliinu slyis: pet Owners should eon'tort

Willis gave him a good.natured Unusual arrangement, isnt ". ., .. .,,,, t s' ri warmer month," ''De Young blooded! animal and when Infected In Its way In this stunt1, a par.alslll their. vctrrinailan who can
'going over" about getting in it? laid "In the cooler months, most and natural fears are over ] begins to lake effect advise the owners of their best
the word Citizens,." animals, especially the wild conic by the ravages of the vliis -- and, tho throat. Tmselcs and course of action,
tend to be inactive In the animali bruin mid Chief Brown slated )
It has all been in fun and it Item in "The Florida Log' of variety more luynx bi'come uffeelul This parents
won't be just Rotarians who will Associated Press: Bob Hudson, kt't.dqy' aD and do not come: in contact nervous tissues rausis dlffludly in swallowingand should warn their children
miss friendly George stale editor of the Tampa Trib 1 with the domesticated animals The link between Infected, this ls the slime when (hefosmlng against playing with unusually
une, got the AP ." Yei, there and with human life f as In the. wilill,fe nnd man I Is man's bent dt Ihe mould appears ,friendly wild animals, such llHqiili
And then there was the cannibal are two Bob Hudsoni In newspaper I warmer months when these anl friend, the :log Imbles in man from, the Inibdliy lo swallow, rels,
mall move around more often results fi' the bite of It Is this "It Is unnatural antmiil
who would only eat tobacco business In Florida. This oin during stun that an for I wild -
uteri because he liked a writer first became acquaintedwith I "Also: In summed ;there are that friend, tho dog, and the animal U most Ilkity to lions to be friendly Chief
smoking man'a taste the other Bob Hudson at a I more active children Around durIng largest number of dog bile victims mit rabies During thi third Drown sale!. "and caution shouldbe
sports writers' convention In MI. most of the day; and are out are children. Althuui.li, only and final stage, the animal 1s maintained

Funny how it takes a trip out amt when It was announced \ I
of town sometimes to get a there wss a telephone call for I e II II
"Bob Hudson', We both showedup r fHELP I I
couple of people together, who ----' f
and a friendship was started
Just don't seem to find the time WANTED (
We've learned since then to ask Beauty, charm poise and
for more than a telephone call "which one?" whenever we know personality are requirements for the successor to the
when in Titusville, the, other one la also attending "Miss Florida World' throne, to be relinquished June I V "COME ON IN.
Flew up to Tally tnaay' and 18.20 1963 ,
a meeting and this usually by its occupant, Miss Lanita Kent of Ft, Pierce,
upon arrival found Art. Wortham throws the person asking the The annual beauty pageant, prelude to the Miss USA and
of FPL Co. was on the same question Into a tizzy after all, Miss World spectacles later this year will be held at Cape THE WEATHER'S
plane we just didn't run Into why should there be more than Coral Yacht and Racquet Club for the second consecutive
one another before getting on or one Bob Hudson at a meeting year. Entrants should write to Miss Gayle Carson, FINE"I I
dUI log the flight contest director, 227 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, Fla, until
Art WM up (there to algn some Speaking of APIt won.t be May 30. Girls between 17-27 are eligible to enter I
more papers regarding the hoa long before AP service will be installed and compete for prUes which include an all-expense paid ,
pilaf construction coming up in the Star-Advocate of trip to Detroit, Aug. 22-29, for the Miss USA contest, -r- j .-
soon! We went for a meeting ofa flee the new one that is. All _
new Technical-Vocational Educational arrangements have been made Npf
study committee and we're, just waiting on Star-Advocafo Classifieds Get Quick Results!
Wound up having a long visit our new building to be finished.
as we both finished up business Also while Jess Childre has -
the building under we've 1 ,e I + yI
by early afternoon and had to way
wait on the 8:30: p.m. plane. been at work rounding up necessary I 12 YEARS IN THE SAME LOCATION (
While eating out at the Skyline equipment for planned expansion .
Restaurant, we saw Held All you have to do Islet .
'Gator Coach Ray Graves and the word out that you're looking FEDDERSWORLD'S I IS
Percy Beard of the U, of F for equipment and the i
Athletic: staff salesmen literally "pile In" the

Did have a good visit Art door, S LARGEST SELLING
It appear as though before we
brought us up to date on the '
hospital project, which when move one item out of our present -
building, we'll have much A'ti _
completed will give North Bre '
equipment already Installed
vard one of the finest hospitals
there linotypes', press and -
en the east coast of Florida. 0N
much other equipment.Can't .
wilt but guess we'll
Well you'd better get those entries have to z >
in for this column "vote H en
percentage' contest The prize The human body Is amazing
is only $3 In cash, but you might If you pat a person on the back 0G
have some fun guessing what their head starts swelling W M

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Page M TlruivlII/ (Florida' ) itar-AdvecaM Monday, May 15, 1M4 County School Enrollment Totals 40,527 In Latest Report
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1,400 MILABuildings Community
Enrollment in the Brevard were as follow Parkway JunIor 674, Bayvlew Elementary :
Mims Area Happenings County public schools: totaled High 1,350, Titusville High Cuyler Elementary 246 and
CalendarPer mandy School 13.
SoonMore *
I. 40H7 at the end of the eighth 1,028, Whispering Hills Element 40:1
Of the 6,828 students in
month of this school year-thn ary 871, Rlvervlew" Elementary
"Wesley Day" Observation Set than 1,400 persona will llttlnts call U742U report being dated May 6th. 811, Mime Elementary 720, Coquina Brevard, S.133 are transported

be occupying newly completed Tuesday, May 26 I North Brevard enrollments Elementary lit, Gibson school bus.
buildings at the Merritt Island
(1y( Mrs Gladys McLendon) "Project Hope", which was Price, program chairman. Launch Ares thin summer. 10 a.m. 12 noon Courthouse- Garden Tltusvtlle .', ,.. .
Clinic at County .' w
Sunday "Wesley Day" was very Informative and enjoyed by Following the business meetIng NASA announced recently Rose _
8. A. Met County
< > *, c i I' v e d by the Mime all a Pledge Service was held. that 000 will be hauled In the
Milhodlut Church, for on May Cake, mixed nuta and punch Mrs. Roland Webb gave the Operations and Checkout build Agent
24th 1738 John Wesley was was served by the hostess to scripture reading; Meditation Ing. An additional 500 art It- Democratic and Republican
converted at Aldertgato Chapel Rev. Mullis, Mrs. Ernie Harris, was by Mrs. Jim Walker and ,ready occupying tome of the 17 VOTE Primary Runoff PLEASE
( In London. Mr. Courtney Porter, Mrs. Mrs Wayne Kershner; Mrs. building which Ire completedor
7:30 Council Meeting at City
Thls'Svas' a time for sharing Leonard Gaetano, Mrs. W. S. Arthur Miller Jr. read the pray nearly 10.P.rsonnel Hall: --aecond reading of new
with others. Mime Methodist Austin, Mrs. L. L. Cantrell, Mrs. er poem. The entire program Involved In the Zoning Map.Demo i
families were asked to Inviteto Julian Kaiser, Mrs. Luther Taylor closed with all bringing their switchover t to the new facilities I
their homes one or two families Mrs J. W. Erwin, Mrs. G. pledges to the Altar. Rev. have not yet been disclosed. Current Rate Dlvldesa
to share a covered dish din. 'O. Wright, Mrs Thomas Price, Lloyd Mullls gave the benediction Ultimately, the MILA facilities CommitteeBrevard / Csmpou.A.aBeml Aaouallr
nero Christian fellowship and Mm. Esther Keefe, Mr. A. E. will bout of more than $750 Democratic
witnessing to conversion and the Duff and Mrs. John Schneider. Adjourning to the Educational million in construction County will meeton
Executive Committee
work of tho Holy Spirit were The next meeting will be at Building, hostesses, Mrs. Carl "The bulk of our people won'tbe
Friday, May 29, 1964, at 8 00
shared. 7:30: p.m. on June Oth, at the Young, Mrs. Grover Wright and over there for at least another In the Court Room of the *
Sunday evening, at the even home of Mrs Ernie Harris. Mrs Roland Webb served refreshments year or so," a NASA spokesman p.m.County Court House at Titusvllle 4
ing service, an American Bible to 18 members. aid. ,
it society film. entitled ""Footprints Attention All Women Completed, except for equip. '
F of LI I v I In g a t o n" was shown The women of Mimi are Inter Th Deborah Class of the First ment Instalhtlon, li the sprawl The principal order of bust
This was a 28 minute technicolor Church of Mims met ness will be to elect a Chairmanand
ested In starting their "Soft Baptist ing 000,000 square foot Operations .
film, giving the "on the spot re Ball" team again this summer so with Mrs. Richard Bare as hoe and Checkout building. a Secretary
port, showing Bible work in tho will all of you that are InterestedIn teas Mrs. E. V. Tier, president, A total of more than 250,000 All interested Democrats are 1 'JI.
Congo" playing, please Inquire at the presided over the short business square feet of floor Is providedIn urged to attend. .
refreshment stand at the Little meeting The rest of the even the 17 buildings programmed .
Baby Shower A Surprise League Ball park west of Mime ing was turned over to the hostess for the John F. Kennedy Space
Mrs Wayne Kershner, Mrs. for further information. who served refreshments to Center at Merritt Island.
Arthur Miller, Jr. and Mrs. L. Mrs David Carpenter, Mrs. Testifying to the rapid bindup THE
L Cantrell were hostesses at a Circle Meeting Charles Thompson, Mr. J. K. of MILA Is the fact that thy'
surprise shower for Mrs. Wayne Stevenson, Mrs. E. V. Tier, Mrs. public will be barred from the
Britton Circle
Lillian R.
James1 (former Linda Bunions) The with hostesses Mrs A. E. M. M. Green, Mrs. Roselle San- area starting Oct. 1. CMRISTIflDSCIFACf n
met did Mrs. R. A. Watson, Mrs.
at the Cantrell home ie
Security arrangements are now
Mrs. H. E. Atkinson.
Duff and
A poem written and given by Mrs. John Taylor, chairman, Jim Kelly, Mrs J. W. Roberta being prepared by NASA. vNO \ %
Jr. and Mrs. M. W. Lucas. An
Winding construction at the
Mrs. Wayne Kershner entitled"Surprise presided over the business meet- up I. ,
evening of visiting was enjoyedby
t Shower" was enjoyedby Ing Mrs. Arthur Miller Jr. area are the following
the ,uea.... For the Grand program chairman presented a all present buildings: mOniTOR IAccurateComplete

mother to be, a booklet entitled program( "The Sea Of Giving Central telephone exchange\ ,
"My Grandchild" was presentedto The meeting was closed with Lucky Winner U. S. Army Corps of Engineers : YEAR'S WAIT

Linda's mother, Mrs. Roy prayer by Rev. Lloyd Mullis. Many calla are received each office building, sewage plant,
Bunions Those present were Mrs. John day by Mra. Resells Sandidge, plant maintenance building,
Linda received many nice gifts Taylor, Mrs. J. C. Johnston Sr., Insurance Clerk at the JPM heating plant, cable storage F
and was surely surprised as she Mrs Q. C. Wright, Mrs. Leonard Hospital, but a very interesting area, fire station, shipping and
thought she was going to attend Gaetano, Mrs. Lester Cantrell, and unexpected call was receiv receiving building, dispensary, ,
a, pre-Bibl. school preparation Mrs. Ernie Harris, Mrs. Courtney ed Tuesday. The Bclk-Llndsey central supply area, fluid test d THIS HIGHER RATE
meeting. A pretty cake Porter, Mrs. W. B. James, Department store of Tltusville support, facility, environmental News
decorated for the occasion Mrs. Arthur Miller Jr. and Rev. called saying her name had control structure, hypergotic!
chips, mixed nuts, punch and Mullis. boon! drawn as the lucky winnerof teat building, cryogenics build. Coverage Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the .'.
'( coffee were served to approximately a 16 piece act of "Centure ing, radar and boresight structure 1st. Savings Insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband

22 guests. Combined Circle MeetingA Dinnerware" by Corning. Roselle and wife) by FSLIC a permanent agency of the
combined meeting of the was very excited over the
U. S. Government.JFirst .
The Progressive Class of the "Mae Green" and "Mary Nichol news and very happy to be a
Mime Methodist Church met son" circles was held May 14thIn winner Art Gallery which displayed OSTON
with Mrs. John Taylor as host. the Methodist Church sanrtuiry. beautiful pictures of birds, paint.
ess Mrs. Taylor, president, pre Class Enjoy Field Trip ed by Brevard County artists <0* ANGKtlS
sided. 'Mrs. J. W. Erwin read Election of officers was held Thirty-five third year students, After a question and answer period Je 3ieral l S3lii

the 23rd Psalm and led in pray. and those elected for the Mary accompanied by their teacher. Mrs Lorraine Fulcher conducted .
er Nicholson Circle were: Mrs. Mrs. Gall Robinson, visited a tour through the Nature Land Loan Association -- -
Election of officer. was held Grover Wright, chairman; Mrs, Memorial Gardens In Rockledge, Walk, >pointing> out various 1 lYMfS24 Months $12 of TltusvIIU.
with Mrs. Taylor being reelected Bernard Roberts, program chair Wednesday, May 20th. Mrs. plants and woods courtesy tips. 1 Months $6 Downtown Office Branch Office
president, Mrs Leonard man and Mrs John Schneider, Shirley False, a representative The tour ended at the Boy CH,l It Hid vlth 4vtftliwiM yew 1 tHc outMtum Nww.r Washington at Main 145 N. Coquina
Gaetano, vice.president and Mrs. ,secretary and treasurer of the Audubon Society, met the Scout Chlcke. where the stu- w4w Ml I
G. 0. ,Wright as secretary and ,For the Mae Green Circle Mrs group and presented a most Interesting dente enjoyed a picnic lunch. Tko CkiMlM 0.. .".......,*..Nwe.. Monitor I Open t. 1 Dilly, Aloe 4 le 7 Friday
Kershner chairman lecture birds their The clau returned to Mime after SMI 0111,
treasurer Wayne ; on ** Mew ..
Rev. Lloyd Mullls\ Joined tho Mrs. Marlon Rogers, secretaryand habits and habitats a very enjoyable and worthwhile 1I.lt -
class jmd presented a film on treasurer and Mrs. Thomas The lecture ,was given In tho experience. .. .. .. ..
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VOTE MAY 26 FOR SCORECARD Campal.n facta. In thl.Literature slums and tabn known from


Won over 3 opponents In May 5th Entered runoff with only 174 votes
Bob NorthcuttCounty VOTER ACCEPTANCE primary 'by almost 3.000 votee margin over third candidate .,

Mayor of TUulvUle Councilman of Whispering! Hills .,
EXPERIENCE GOVERNMENT Mayor of Whispering Hills Approximately 4 month sTltusville
City Councilman President of Council aU.nd.d 3 :

Commissioner District 5 President of Jayce.s I"
President of Chamber of Comm.rc.. .
2 terms
EXPERIENCE IN CIVIC AND Chairman of Canc.r Drive, 2 terms j

COMMUNITY AFFAIRS President of f Brenrd County Fair, NClle known
s termsCcmmsnder .' .;
of Tttu..m. Sea Scouts .
Director of Tltusville Boat Club '

President of North Brnard Board ;
I of Realtors
EXPERIENCE IN BUSINESS Eight years In own business None known I'.
Member of Independent In.urors I

10J EXPERIENCE IN STATE State Committeeman for FloridaGOVERNME..IT
League of MunleipaUU.a of NOlie known
Growth and Development

QUALIFICiTIO".S Mayor 4 years Degree In Government but no .x .

Councilman 2 years pert.nce '.

oj Owner of his own successful and Employe. of construction firm and .
MEANS INCOME .elf..u.talnlng business agent for Reel Estate firm

,t Moved 10 Brevard from out of State .
RESIDEN I Lifetime resident of Brnard County In 1959
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l : 3. Precinct Committeeman ,



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1958,TO 1961. .

(Pol. Adv,.Pd.< Jog.hi JportAcutt Camp. Treasurer) S DISTRICT ONE

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Monday, May 25, 1964 Tltuavme ("lorid.) Star.AJv.eah Pate '-:1': '

M Letters From Our Readers 1 I 8& .- \ J

& 9iQZtr ,
Urge Vliltinj Corner op into high class business such terest In the issue but who agree I' ,

Editor: as medical or dental office, with us in principal and one
*". which has lighter, more controlled sympathetic to our cause.
-Why don't we consider our
schools ,traffic and does not detract However we felt that only r
important enough to
from the apprearance of the the people who have a vital interest -
protect them from adjacent law '
our city planner had In mind in the issue should be i
tuning Orlando does! Miami :i
does'! Indialanlic does! area This is the type of busmen asked to voice an opinion.If .
when he zoned that corner on the people of Whispering
/ In case you readers aren't! the new zoning map. Hills feel they need a filling 'IPIHAYDONBURNS

aware of It, the toning board Mr, and Mrs James R. Hickey station closer! than any of the innumerable
.' unanimously approved the building -
ones in, town, let
} of a gas station directly them erect one In WhisperingHills.
j across from Parkway Junior Grossly Unfair ;
We, In the vicinity of :
I.I.High on the corner of South and Editor: Park and South, would have no l GOVERNOR
Park. It has only to pass1 the At a recent meeting of the objections since It would serve "

A council on Tuesday night and Council petition was presented us, as well as all the people In
[ we're stuck with it. If people protesting the erection of a filling town who use the Whlsperng 4F II.

don't complain now, It will be station at the corner of Park Hills road enroute to Orlando, in I
t.too late. Ave. and South Street. The I
the same manner as the one I.
Other cities, whether it be petition contained the signaturesof under discussion would serve '
10 people, all of them proper Burns Means
; for appearance, fire safety ,or them. Business
pedestrian safety, won't let this __ty owners in the vicinity of this I doubt, however, that any of

\happen to their schools and corner. us would sign a petition favorIng .

.churches. Once this rezomng! is The proponents of this station such a move since, after all, Proven Progress if I
countered with of their
a petition
passed by council, not a school what goes on In WhisperingHills
or church in town will be able: to own beating the signatures of is none of our business.
prevent the same thing from 95 people, none of whom lived Mrs. na D. Victor
near enough to be affected by Regis Best Qualified I
.happening if an oil company decides -
the erection of this station.
to build next to or across
from them By sheer weight of numbers, Thanks For Cooperation I

this petition appeared to sway Editor: HAYDON BURNS HIS OPPONENT ;
f We have such a traffic and the
opinion of the toning boardin The recent overwhelming success I
pedestrian problem at South and
favor of the filling station
of the Air Show at Arthur City Charter Chief Executl.. "C.r.monlal Mayor"defines '
Park now that we can't see the It seems grossly unfair that
I Dunn Airpark on the 12th :of duties Administrator Official Grater
logic of deliberately adding a
gas in
people Whispering Hills
April li a tribute to public spirited
station, with its quick stop'and should have a voice In the matter .
start, in.and-out type of traffic at all. The station would be leaders, such as yourself. Executive '.xp.rl.nce 15 years conUnuoul 8 y.an part.tlm. at a
On behalf of the Sheriff's FlyIng II .'public offla executive 01 tUDO
leadership at
to the existing confusion convenient for them, yet far enough salary a year
Posse 1
want to thank you
of $21,000
Not only the Parkway students away so that it would not for your unselfish cooperation, .' salary a year

walk and ride their bikes there, detract from the appearance of generosity and kindness which ,
but also the smaller WhisperingHills their neighborhood, nor wouldto did so much to make the AirShow Administration of $91.mUlIon annually for Non.
I public talC dollars for 15 (Sl I VI million Admlnletratlon performed
students. If anyone doubtsour affect their property values a success pat Tsars by ,I
word about the danger to the We, In the vicinity of Park work- every we.k) S2.OOO city manag.;,
It was Indeed a pleasure
children there, please be at the and South Streets, could undoubtedly .'
Ing with you "
corner at 2:30 on a school day obtain of Supervision of Hai dlrect.d daily over None
(and see'I for yourself. Councilmen residents of Indian signatures River City Bill McGee "' departments and tlOO go.ernm.ntal City Manag.r doel

please be there at 2:SO before or Mimi, who have no real in Flying COMMANDER: Posse ;"d'1' .mployees .mpl y... all .upervlalon
you decide. _-.!.
The people In the Immediate
of the proposed gas station ELECT
have shown their disapproval. DOLLAR BUDGET AND DIRECT 45,000 EMPLOYEES

Two years ago a petition of over
70 names was submitted to show ;;:
the disapproval of a station with'' JIM Road building Over $10 million In city .treet Non., I
construction and cooperation
|40 the same block the
as proposed
with Exprellway Authority In

Barnes) gas on that station.petition Many of were the \\c :. DRAWDYSHERIFF construction more than SIOO million In road f,

hose of,parents and teachers of
(Parkway students who under.
.istond the situation well. Are f1 Industrial developm.nt Provided? t.am I.ad.rlhlp In Non. I

:Itheir feelings in the matter to be bringing over a billion dollar.In .
ignored? 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE new industry and payrolll I

The latest attempt to place a to Florida I ICUy'
gas station across from Parkway
was brought about by an out of EAU GALLIE POLICE DEPT CHIEF economy Jacklonvlll. recognlz.d Miami ct.elar.d; economic

town businessman who circulat4t4 10 YEARS BREVARD SHERIFF DEPT. natlon.wid. for economic dlltresled area by Federal l
a petition, in favor of the station ALL PHASES boom ,which II lUll con- ,o.nm.nt by requ.lt
,'In'i'n area too far from the Unulng without letup of Mayor f lIgh
.., .
-station 10 be adversely affectedby FBI SCHOOLS "
it. Ha obtained 93 signaturesof Capital insprovem nta Over S350 Million In capital None =
people who must have been lmprow.m.nta 110 Incr... In' -.
thinking only of their own con BELIEVES IN FULL SERVICE tax.., 110 Fed.ral funds "', I .:: 4

vonlcncei.How unfair for people in one SHERIFF DEPT. National Commlttlll Prellellng officer U S. Non. _:

area to petition to put some Conf.r.na of M.yorl/ '. ,,,
thing undesirable in someoneelse's ;;:
A'ioelatlon, m.mber, Civil
neighborhood. A precedent PROVEN ABILITY
such as this could make it D.f.na Advisory Council w.Int.rnatlonal :

practically impossible any one Progressive Efficiency Economy -
section of the city to defend itself R.latlone International Municipal ConNon..
against the wishes of developers (Pd. Pol. Adv) gr..., nine official ml..lonl '
Let the area concerned devel .' abroad Including political and 5
-- economic study of Middle ; r r ..

II I Eat und.r aUlplc.a of : ,,! ', r ,i"' .' ::
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.t u ,, : Christian Pal'IUa. Committer \ .. ,'c:4': '; ..
I 'f' ;'t\ 4w: (mad. 88 Iplech. for f' wwr. ...

,,;,' .Nv ; Iara.l lmmdiat.ly upon reo ". O\ : ._
(! turn): Honorary Chairman ..
t, :' Bondi for I"a.l. 12 annual '
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\ campaigns Headed ml..lon /

to Berlin only 28 days after (, r
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1I.'lIn Wall war built at .
I squat of Iale Prelldent ",' -

John F. K.nn.dy and State "aDepattmenb

I member Inter- _

American Trade Commltt.. ::

Background exp rl.nce Successful bualnnaman Legal practice
business conlultant for ."

b you can get .\ major industries ...

prompt action on ..The record 15 Y'lra proven record 110 .xparhnce' whatsoever :+:.:.




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low.cost financing. Fast, friendly service Is a hallmark of /1

((3 our bank; And bank rates do make a difference. On a $2,000 H ,...i.
loan to buy a car, for example, a bank loan can save you as

much as $100 In Interest charges. Payments arranged to fit -' I

your Income. 0 Our Full Service Bank Is anxious to give

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r Z5 1. we won't brag we are "friendly"We'd e .

Crossword Puzzleiiuiiuu ,

.. rather let you be the judge. honest. Both go without saying.
Dowx 21. Deoor. ,

Cov.rlne 1.Athrong atedof i+ ,
a deck 2. Chief letter f A .
opening 3. Edible: 22. bingis I o A II We think it's sorta overdone and maybe silly Our courtesy and consideration for people are

..Cubic meter rootstock: unit \. I I .

U. Silk ICIrf: d, BlLle.man 23. En- v I rIL the way everybody claims to be the "friendly" fill things we don't have for sale. We give 'em away,

eccL 8,, Chop closure i n

Brackete: Soak lip 25. Bree.e N uaupporl.A \ ing station or peanut stand or something; these days. with personal warmth and sympathy for your
T.TrlLll.d 28. Card j along
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I II I NY window lrelmd "
gems y to be the pleasantest bank
13.Contort 9. Brad 21. Pigpen a \ We wouldn't think of bragging that we are pr:>blerns. We just hope

U.Turkllh 10.Girl' 29. Sid. T.l.ea,..s ob... .
colna name WILYI as. Factor friendly. That would be like bragging that we are for miles around!
;h 115.God of 11 BlbllcaJ) 82 Music .0.Without

thunder, character: note '

Nom I' At home 311. Explain ...'WelLltla Dry INDIAN RIVER PLAZASTATE
18.Tallow tree 20. Plant IIf 36. Browne in .2. Touthl brevard national bank

17. Eaklmo carrot the sun 44. Place ROAD 50
boat flUJllly 3?. Elliptical .15.ExclamaUOD
21 A dandy
24.:Heata,u I .I i I Ii 9 10rl..a

28. Near: poet II IZ SO THAT'S WHERE His
military CHIP WAS GOING(
oCClc.rl I K ,iC
33. Man'l TO CLEAN THE i

nickname I ,It 19 20 LEAVES our OP
"We're arriving at the World's) Fair-please fasten 3/Lcgjointa // '// // ';ij 0 THE SHRUBS

your money belts ." 89: Roman 1 I 22 1,5 .:, Z) i 7 FOR US/ 1

garment, .1 Ii I
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mer, 40 41 1 1 1a'
former. V.a.
I Vice.preeldent. .1 it i\ t a o 'I'h ,,1iI'LL b 2Ei

Does c: I
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.1. Egglike GET WON'T' .O YOU NE CAN'T' YES, HE'S'
rain Drlvlnr.1 and Ie. 49 You!! ANY GOOD TO HIDE HELP 'vUU. FIR, TALKING

n.J'locka 1 X BEHIND DAD, I s
Dear :
xaa rl OSSu
I think you rlY

get a ride out iiuiiuu uidiiimn/ nut only in li> IMK lint LI l iuLitruv. .lit,

now I am 10 : } school but elsewhere There Is rLOKIIIA MM dUICIIL, II AIIID tlDCI'ir rca' HSIK'Or. TC

hardly tee thin no substitute, however for perspiration VAKW ( UUNTYCHAMtkHV
: M>. la.14*
a grandmother combined with i little itoTHB: or BUT rrBDBRAL '

)Joyed' every 01 m.dnight! oil. OAOB AH8OCIAT1ON NATIONAL,a Mok'rl oofporaclun .

four children You sound like a kid who orianlaed and .ilitlnf undo
a> Act of Con.....
purees nt ta the
poor memory. can t make it either way. I Federal National Mortpaf* A. oo
smile little latlnn Charter Act, :Navino II. prln:
Are a suggest mora
you you
olpal office In th* City of Watulni. .
sho DID enjoy both at the teachers and the ton, blatrltil of Columbia, ) r4u 6

It. Where do : text books. II v*. Plaintiff 6 26Q

her she didn't. : WILLIAM D WILkh(
We have four Ann Landers will be glad to tLVIA WILKINaON hi. Wife. -

fifth Ii help with BTATK!!: Or FLORIDAlM't /
you your probleml.1 INDEED PLEASEyAr\R.ABERNATH/l NO

hue. Our newspaper, enclosing a stamped, reildenoe hie wife, I I.whom 1US2 last Pout known KoiJ. TO EAT ey CANDLELIGHT; J \' MYSEAR.

year-old little self-addressed envelope. Kau Oallle, Florida 'Aj DON7 YOU, pyr\r .
wonderful to You are hereby notified that! MR. I ; $
-111I Tea CIRCUIT: : COI: KT Uy TNYaN'IH lull bas been filed ai-aln.l you and ABEPNATH// / w ,
the house again. 4&UII'I..L 'IIi\I1': ; IN each oDxot'l. In the abort entitled F
Each stage of Awn one IUI", A 1111 (COUNTY cauae you are required to / ,
a LOMIIIA.CMAM file yours..wer or other ".pOD' '
1 In fun and \ .LMY NO. (MUM .Iv. pleadlnia with lb. Clerk' of tbl.
1001'11' ur illT Court and to nerve thnroo
ent. I have CARL In., JXK-AN. upon the t.oPII >- 1 xv'
of being a Plaintiff. Attorneys, whom nam end addr W
... le Croflon. Brewer Holland era :X
can call me a DORIS K. KCKMAN, Palm Avenue, Tlluavllle, Florida.
port Dad. Defendant. not later than Jun I. 1964. If y*.
TO BORIS H. ECKMAN fall to do .o, a Deere. Pro C..a'_ f
Dear Dad: lilt Gilbert .CI.Cue.k. .111 be ntered ..lnt you. for the uv iir
had me fooled ... ..11.. Ohio .lIet demanded I. lb. e..mpl..I.. Z
YOU A KB HKHKUT: !: NOTIFIED Thin DUO I. 10 for.olr.. a mortC.E.. = --- -
Your that e lull (or divorce >.. been The real property. proceeded *(ala. W
Is the first I've flied ...In.. you la th. Circuit I It int, GOSHTHAT A IBFJNGA HOW IN THE OHI I IHAVEAFEWCOMMERCIALJOSSlo
Court or the Ninth. Judicial Circuit, Lot a, Block XK frherwono ca 1
from a fathu, III I and for Brtvard County, rinds.eatltled I Park, Hutlon A, Brev.rd County. SHAME,1sWcEalDUS WORLD DO MANAGE. KEEP ME GOING.l .
How CARL B, bCKMAN.,; ruintilt. ; riorlda, a* per Plat thereof re. DAaBtEarltVeNY you EAT
VI. UOKItt B. 1C %MAN, !>._ forded 1.It Plat Pas 4Tj AND F '
enjoyed every faniUnt: tihuoirv Ne. uujn. Your Public, :.oo.t: Br v.fJ tiQ 1
And a kwvbr riufn4 to iwrvlui s County, Florida.4 'I I y
parent. : copy of your nunw.r or other writt W1TNK8H: my.hand. and sal or PROFTABLEMR./ )
from your wife .o dnfinwii to ins Complaint filed aid Court at Tlluevllle. BrevardM 1l
himln upon JuMloe A M. prey. Florida' thin lth d" *' .
P, O. Boa I4S. Cmraa Ranuh, rivrliU, .Uy"7./, pidh
Dear Ann : Attorimyi for PlalnlirC: and to:: file CURTIS) R nARNBIf T 111SOLDA l l tt
the orl.lnal thereof In Ih. oftjoa: of Clerk of Ih. Clrrult Court
I are going to Ih. Clerk oC the Circuit Court of nrevird'
September I 1 Mravard County,, riiirlil' on or !ho. By:I Bertl"H\r'\ riorlda PAINTING Dew
Cur. Ih. loth d.y of lum.: A.B. 1M4 Deputy Clerk INMONTHSI
a wedding ring HBKEIN FAIL NOT or a Dour* COURT KALl: T1ES.G C,
alwayi wore Pro Conf.n.o will/ bo entered Mop Os. IS. it Jun* 1 iMon) 1W
I ...Inal you for lb. nllef prayed for
way a wedding I. aald Complaint I If f RDbEww
DON III AND ORDERED at TI'u" you have real estateto
man's hand. vIII., Florida, thli IGtb day of May,
Larry does no\ AO.COURT 106('BRAD) sell, or if you are

a wedding fURTItt It BARNKRfl.ra 'looking for choice real

means nothing. : of lb. Circuit Court for [ ,
Hrevard County rlorlda state use our classpH !. Jrt
insists that Country'I a,. V, C, HpanilerDeputy ,
where he '! Clerk : < columns
May IB 15 June 1. a (ales,) 1118(.
wear wedding d f h

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Tlfu.vllU (Florida SUr-AdvM.., ,

Warns About f.t. s-. 4u t4'nt; : :; tFREEZHQ VOTE TUESDAY! 1

4 1 duty and
I-6 ounce package All-Meat your

Shooting Near | your privilege .

I Dunn Airpark [ : ARM : eBoIognaI

Det. Lt. W. J. Bohannon of the IOO TaA i 100I

Tltusvjlle Police Dept. today issued :
a stern to those J" Green Stamps! .
warning WHEN ... ...._..
who have been shooting the 1 1 I "ue" ww.d. I
vicinity of the Arthur Dunn Al I YOU BORDERS ASSORTED OMUTS
Park. tAp S11A9 pkg. 59e
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-.U. Bohannon said not only is WHERESHOPPING I BUY "S w. n flliB1o0
there a city ordinance prohibiting OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
I the discharging of firearm) % 12PKG ]
within the city limits but now, IT wALl AlbMeat 1!
T.rIA o1o0
he warned, the shooting Incl. IS APLEASURE 1 .
dences have come to the attention I SIZZLE-SEALED I
of the Federal Aviation 4c J" Green stamps
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Agency and the LI said persons i FRANKS I a".Ay-.ma.1md.a..1.. !
ate also in violation of federal STALIY'S CORN OIL i iS
laws which prohibit shooting 4 1 r il IIIIIIMIII 24-01, bot. 45s
around an airport ".'''' wNMw n. lm5O A
Lt. Bohannon himself a member 000000000000000000 t3
of the Arthur Dunn Air o ffriir/ specials e
park-based Flying Posse said he
has asked any posse member to Pillsbury Crescent ml W50Green
report to him any one seen carryIng -
u gun or discharging a !gun DINNER ROLLS J" Stamps
In the vicinity of the airport. I vita.. .tit." s.*.m4 n.._iii !

Suburban Sets cans s : .Dke...$1.19 IT IM4
Breakfast Club Grade A Florida 310-01. ,

Up EducationGift MEDIUM EGGS ; _ / I

ProgramIn 3 *>'. S1frozen 50VVV TaAm50
J" Green Stamps
appreciation of the constant PU IIX I r'"" 1_,*........r'" ;
and increasing need for financial 1JFfRIN! TABLETS
assistance for young men ; \\0
60 ct. boa 89e
and women desiring advanced MON., TUES.riWED.. .
instituted education Suburban a program Propane which has Hawaiian PunchCONCENTRATE MAY 25, 2S..27, 1964 S QQ'O" tMW. MW 00 1M4 Q.QoB I

should be of value to higher education

This educational throughout gift the program country., 5 6-oi. 89 C Herman's Breakfast 50 ml!.. Tlf "5 0I

which Is retroactive to January cans Link 8-ox. 35
first encourages contributions to D Sausage. pig: J" Green Stamps;
schools of higher{ learning by offering Birds Eye I Met....,_004. .a I
to match afl employee GREEN PEAS Swift's Premium Sliced; ANY Sill, ANY TYpF
gifts, up to a total of $500 per HEAD t SHOULDERS SHAMPOO
employee. D TVPartyLoaff. 6ot.pkg.: 39c r.:" ..IrM W 4M M.Y ST. SM4 r1
Mark J. Anton, president, ex- 5 10-ci. $1 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC
plained that the pkgs.
employee need (Plus 50 extra free J<-t/ Green Stomps w/coupon)
not be a graduate of, nor have
attended the school chosen, but r a lrn'SOI
the organization must be listedon
the Internal Revenue Ser.I Ie PHILADELPHIABRAND CRpSSS .jft BL ACKWELLDATE J" Green Stamps

schedule as tax deductible and I .la'" ..,...,..............,fa1..llt' !
nonprofit. Institutions that qualify -
comprise junior colleges, 4year CREAMCHEESE i -NUT 'i Prtmlum Sllci4lTV
colleges, universities, and __ PARTY lOAF-6-.phg.n.
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graduate t and professional lrn W d, tin 51 IW4 1':1
'!schools, In the United State and ; ROLL )V -OU O
Its possessions.
Suburban Propane is the lartut .
independent distribute or ;. 5O 000 AAm150 .
'LP gas. Its 129 Calm, service and 4 4I
I distribution centers. serve over J1I Green Stamps
one.half million homes, .
farmland I nut I due MvfM fit f dl M *
businesses In 25 state. CAPT. KIH PIT FOOD
Through{ subsidiary companies It .
4 flat cent 59
also manufactures gas appl'ances 14NW14., M.r IT. IM4 I
:-and equipment and ex-: OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOo'' UI)

drawn from its own wells
1 soGreen:' lrn'SOI

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Wesley L. Raulcrson 22-os. site 89crt
Mrs Henry J. Jodts, Pride Of Georgia FreestonePeaches '" Wale 51 5054
Sunday, May 24 19*

Mr. C. L. Bramblett . . . . .. .. _
Douglas Barnhart 50 O lleAm 50
hire. Harry E. Mentor. : Apple Keg
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Arnold H. Stoner Apple Juice .3 46 os. $1 I irli'" ale MUM*..J.u*...ni<.4NU .
Mary R. Metz : ... .. cane .SOFT FABRIC SOFTNU g
"Myron Travis Wright Pink Lotion Dish Detergent I 2 16-os. ilse 94c
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>... *- Tlrwsvtlle (Flortfs) Star AoVe.aM Monday, Mty 25, MM

I Don't Be A "Litter Sitter" -- Sell It For Cash With A $tar Advocate Classified

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CLASSIFIED AD- For RentAPARTMENTS GLAMOR GIRLS Help Wanted Moving Storage Real Estate Real Estate

I 3_ en. Moving, storage
I p.m. Day Befori. I TITUSVILLE furnished duplex II WANTED GIRL experienced I : shipping cold fur storagecent- WHISPERING OAKS 2 bedroom
Publication For' W 4. IW.II 2 bedrooms. 1311 Indian Free estimates. 267-3341. 2 bath family lot
A.M. ..\. For Mon rubllc tl apartment, I r auto sales and title work, pBEnnvn Mayflower.Plumbing room corner
River Ave. $150 month. de: be able to complete sales contracts Rldgeway WESTWOODMANOR with sidewalks, $500 down no
Open house Saturday p.m. Ad. notorlze and act as title closing costs 1708 Smith Dr. So.,
WANT o.nl>AD RATES word ulta only.FURNISHED. I clerk. McCotter Motors Inc., Supply Please call 2671770.
Mrol tar-
WALL S BEDROOM apartment 2672112. 3 BEDROOM 2 bath by owner.

for 2 $35 weekly MALI HELP WANTED SEPTIC TANKSof Whispering Hills area Phone 267-
: t7 ; :
CLASSIFIED> ADS 267-4463 rennp. .- pre-east concrete c OLD DIXIE HWY. 4572.
PAYABLE IN ADVANOiitM 1i EXPERIENCED DOZER operator forced, state-approved, sites 540
SMALL 1 BEDROOM apartment LUXURY LIVING new brick
l'1..p AooouaMClurifltd Call 267-2845. gals., (30 gals., 735 gals., and 1000 BRICK HOMES 3 Bedroom
for rent. Semi furnlriied, t veneer 4 bedroom, S tile bath,
: installed
refrigerator and hot plate for t STATION ATTENDANT 30-50 gds Grease traps i drain, field.rel.ld tanks. 2 Full Tile Baths, Central built in range and oven dishwasher

Dloplol' Rats AnlteM 1 adult only. 100 Diane 2677681.I years old. See Mr. Tucll Pacer pumped. Work and guaranteed cleaned Pittnian Heat Built-in Range With and disposal, intercom

Th star-on AdYO Request.ut* roorvM lb.arlvIlute BEDROOM apartment all electrically -.Station_ north of Titusvllle.. Septic Tanks, Inc. Phone AM 7- Hood Sod Lawns and Shrubs, with AM and FM radio, centraloil
beat and
iditrtlMnunt of ravl.loll| | which or notlnRtif It 4nuokJMilonabl equipped, centrally 1catd. 11F EXPERIENCED WELL driller 4421. P. a Box 2018, Tltusvllle, Choice of Color Fixtures. wood burning fireplace alrcondlUoned wall to

unit to ohian. tk* Adults only 2676781.S no others': need apply.:..267-3243. Florida PRICES START AT wall: carpet, double car garage,

"IaMllla.lIoa tint ordtrtii ot oar tv kAvtrilxmintCram eoiform to ROOM furnished apartment for COMBINATION STOCK man, Real Estate fully landscaped, corner lot,
Uu policy of thli pnpor.Tb rent. Man and wife only. No II salesman to train for assistantor $2700 down. For appointment
81&.A4vooal. will not b. $14,900Ready 2671928.
mpoailbli far mot lh.. *.. In.oorrxjl children No cats or dogs. Utilities manager position. New stores MOTEL ( UNITS and riverfront.
InMrtloa nor win It b* not included. $70 monthly. available In the next 1626 LAKEFRONT ESTATES has the
litbli far any error I* .o> menu to a irmur O.lot tbmnlb Beilwood.NEW. building or office site on U. S. you'lllike.
and Titusville.
Age 1950 married
S bedrooms, 1V4 baths at
coat of lb..p.a ofwupltd byI 1. Take trade and $5000 down.
** Hem. ,In Ibo dvtrtlHrarat.. TOWN HOUSE apartment apply In person or write and assume $200 payments. 2615437 267-5293 267-2802 12,600. $500 down $79.38 monthly,

air conditioned 3 bedrooms ivt Eagle Army-Navy Store, 808 267.5391. including P and I., 24 year mort-

] 8ull.... Offlc* H Mill mr. ... baths, enclosed garage, walking{ Dixon Blvd., Cocoa Florida. gage. Large lots Just south of
Dial AM T-0831 distance to schools and shopping. INVENTORY CLERK, must have 8 UNIT MODERN motel and living NEW SMYRNA BEACH Whispering Hills Country Club
Offlot Houri III*) to Lee U. S. 1 In Modern CBS 3 bedroom 2 bath .
: : 342 Washington J high school education, apply quarters on Hwy (Route 405)) George B. Barley,
31:22.Barley. : = "* **& ? City Hail 525 Palm Avenue heart of Nova area Room for Fla. room attached garage Inc.. Tltusvllle. 2673622.
fUn I.r' Ailo nwna expansion. A steal at $40,000 Furn. or unfurn. 1 blk. to ocean.
Special Notice UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM ; Tltusvllle Florida with good term.. Ed Kittles Best buy in Town! Call owner, $200 DOWN will hold this house for
tch for
apartment tile bath central out pickpocket, Agency 267.0831.MOTELAPT. McMahon 428-6246, 314 Condlct you. Just completed, 2744 North
.KEITH ROBESON of GuIC.tre.m'Indu.trle. heat and conditioned, near Lost Dr. Circle Drive, Forest Hills. 3 bedroom .

Inc., often complete Plrtlo Plaza $110 monthly. 2 bath, air conditioning
line of home Improvement; awnings I Phone 267-1928. For Sale EYE GLASSES contained In case Site East side of LOVELY 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath double carporte. Zeke Evans
aluminum siding, carporte For RentWARIHOUSI Vicinity Belle's, 2676699. U.S. Hwy 1, riparian right. home. Spacious living room, Construction. 267-3267.

patio covert, screen rooms, i DUPLEX FOR RENT FLOOR DEMONSTRATOR> 23" Finest location In TitusviUe. all-conditioning, carpeted, fenced
commercial fronts. 267-7908. S'ACIWAREHOUSE Curtis Mathei TV walnut, $159.;:' Mobile Homes COMMERCIAL Business apartment yard. Many extras 108 Thorn LOTS FOR SAL
motel. Ideal site ton, 267-1659.
or on
Cash I
I or terms. 267-3577.
apartment tile bath central heat SPACE TRAILERS FOR RENT in Indian X ft. U
AnimalsHORSES U.S. Hwy 1 River LOT 50 270 on S. 1, Scotti-
and air conditioning $125 month. HOMES OF unusual beauty and
Repair Shop Officeor : COLE-STEEL double door storage City. moor. $2000. 2670417.
ly. 2671926.FURNISHED Storage Space cabinet never used. $50. 10 x 50' Trailer' large private lot, BUNGALOWNice 2 bedroom style for those who would rather

BOARDED DUPLEX 2 bedroom 2672392. Williams 1 Point: Trailer Town, home large lot. Ex. not conform to traditional same Riders WantedGOING
Individual Halls daily exercise FROM $30 MONTHat Dogwood St., 10th trailer on left. ness. Several are ready to delight -
Call cellent location Small down
In Tltusvllle.
correct feeding. 810 S. Hopkins Ave. RECAPPED TIRE bargains, whiteor 145.00 monthly. 783-7876 Cocoa Drive your eye. We also l assist you
323660.. by 202 So.
OAK HILL 345.3441 Call or Write: J. J. Rosen black, 6.50 x 13, $993 plustsx Beach. payment.Mantor' Avenue then call In selecting a plan and buildingsite TO California May 29th
220 71 St. Miami Beach-866-0272 ; 7:50: x 14, $10.95 plus i tax; if you prefer. Prices range 1 passenger to share expensesand
MINIATURE SCHNAUZER pups, For Rent 8:00: x 14, $11.95 plus taxi t 8.50 x TRAILERS FOR SAL Space Real Estate Inc from $20,000 to $30,000 with only driving Call Dave Evans,
ARC, champ line, 207-1497, Satellite I 14, $12.95 plus tax. Goodyear 10% down. S, 4 or 5 bedroom. 267-2141.
For Sale 1063 GREAT LAKES Expansion Glen Schlueter 267-6668
Beach. HOUSES FOR RENT Service Store 315 So. Hopkins Call us for service today. Ed
.1 Ave., TitusvUle, 2673013. trailer 2 bedroom, early American Kitties Agency, 611 S. Washington WILL TAKE 1-3 riders to or partway

'. Boats For Sale ONE 2-BEDROOM HOUSE for ELECTRIC CHORD ORGAN, $40; I furniture automatic washer ACREAGE FOR SAL ,' 267-0831 or 2675323.Comfortable to Lexington Kentucky.
rent, furnished except for one girl's 24" bike $15; Lambretta REPOSSESSED CURTIS Mathes carpeting.' Large kitchen, excellent Share expenses.. June 6th. Call

16 FT. FIBREGLASS. SO HP Mercury bedroom. 2676274. 1962 motorscooter $100 (needs color set new set guarantee.Pick condition, shaded lot. 267- I 160 ACRES, excellent Improved HomeNew Gene 267-0331 between 8 I.m. *
2671744. 110 Maynard up payments of $1539 per 7792. fenced and fen. a p.m.
Pelican trailer, complete repair) II pasture cross-
3 large bedrooms, :2 baths,
ski equipment life jackets, side FOR bedroom SALE home or rent furnished large Ideal 2 Road, Route 50, Indian River month. Dealer 2673577. .. BARGAINT REDUCED for quick ced, 35 miles from Missile base, acre lot optional. Nicely furnished
curtains, back flat. and other furnished. 267.7231. un City. NATIONAL CASH register, $111; I sale, 1959 Whitley 36 x 8 .excellent unusual offering at $280 per 10% down only 35 min SchoolsAN

accessories. $850. Phone 267.3371 FORD 8.N tractor, excellent con- electric cash register $160q; condition. TitusvUle Trailer acre. T. W. Nero Broker. San- utes to C Tlnfow, 1 LenoreAvenue.
15 FT.'-CRESTLINER--boat-and RENT UNFURNISHED 3 bed dition. Call 2673669. tables and counters, manlqulns, Court Space 97. 2671486. ford, 322.2481 for appointment. Pone 267-1481. ELECTRONIC EDUCATIONis

room. lit bath, $125 monthly. racks. Barr Wholesale. 118 W, a &guarantee: of Job security at
trailer Mark 75 2 ACRES NORTH highway frontage
Mercury -
mo 1963 GREENBRIAR, 50 x 10, assume
EXTRA FINE modern home
2673774. high Contact FETI
Central Ave., Orlando. I wages. ,
tor like $850. 544 Carrie zoned trailer $4000.
new payments. 267-4146 after Urge shaded lot with 85
of living St. Cocoa. Phone
Furniture. Consisting King 636-3720
Hill Rd., TitURvllle Phone 287- 2 BEDROOM HOUSE. Furnished, room. bedroom and dinette. FUSE!) 10 cu. ft. Westinghouse S:30 p.m. $1000 down or each Perkier fruit trees. Paneled Florida day or evening.

5826. quiet cool 2 location $90. 267-3099.: $1083 monthly. 209 Magnolia refrigerator, $65. $10 down, $1.50weekly. I X 35 1 BEDROOM Mobile Home Realty 2673940., 1412 South Washington room large screen porch, wall to I ,

ttt!: ME sell your, boat or car BEACH RENTALS: Houses and Dale Furniture. Open Friday Use our easy pay plan.I located on convenient trailer wall carpet, city water and ServicesMRS.

Browning Auto Sales 2671520. apartments $.15 to $150 per night tit 9 p.m. Goodyear Service Store, 315 park lot. Ready to move Into. 1 ACRE COVERED with beautiul sewer. Owner says sell nowl) Ed-
------ South Hopkins Ave., Tltusvllle Kitties Agency 811 S. Washington
2673837": after trees. Located just a few minutes S SAYS "Why moan and
week reduced rates month 5pm.
by ,
Building & Const. ; 2 SETS twin-size box spring and I 2673013. from U Only $3,000. 267.0831 or 267.5323. own a washer when at A-1
season or year mattresses. Like new 267-4226. HOUSE TRAILER $125.Located : LAUNDRY COIN
-- -- KLIKNA, Paxton Realtors, 419 REPOSSESSED STEREO C/m ( Campsali 1 i'IFer: Ed Kitties Agency, (11 S. Washington t BEDROOM 2 full tile baths, ex DEPART.
NIDY CONSTRUCTION7 resident. Park, 267-0831 or 247-5323. MENT at 412 South U. S. No. 1
Flagler Ave, Beachslde. ELECTRIC PORTABLE type. speakers, AM FM radio. Pick u( cellent neighborhood, high well
r and remodeling writer Smith Corona Script of $12.22 month. no phone available See Mrs.Taylor. you can use the best for pennies
tISjr : NEW SMYRNA BEACH paymenlt per DUPLEXES FOR SAL landscaped. 14500. FHA or conventional "
In Tltusvilio. Licensedand type, like new $123. 2672392.: jaler, 2673577. 267.2192 after 5 p.m. a pound.
bonded. Phone AM 72326. OFFICES FOR RENT SEE LARGE DUPLEX for sale price weekdays.
THE NEW 1964
ALL KINDS of home repalra, also
1 USED 17" Admiral portable 1 USED APARTMENT size Norge
$13,200. $1500 down, $85 monthly
Camping HuntingTAKE PRIME BUSINESS location at the television, $69. $10 down $1.50 gss range, $75. $10 down $2.00 SKYLINE Call Wessner Realty 267- MOVE IMMEDIATELY into 2. 3, pumps. Make an apartment of
of Palm Use 50 x 10, 2 bedroom $3695. your extra room or porch. Barker ,-.
corner Garden and weekly. our easy pay plan. weekly. Use our easy pay plan. 7125. or 4 bedroom homes, brand new
YOUR vacation In a Florida Streets. Suitable for real estate Service Store, 315 So. I Goodyear Service Store, 315 1957 Travel Trailer in area of much higher pricedhomes. 267.1986.Continued.
.camper. Make reservations now. office Insurance, engineering ft r.ar ., TitusvUle I 267-: South Hopkins, TitusvUle 267- 1958 Mark V, 2 bedroom 1) HOUSES FOR SAL Small down payment and

Call Double J. Campers 267-1584. surveying/ doctor, dentist or 3013. 3013. 1957 Magnolia, 2 bedroom a/c only $85 monthly total payment.VA on Neal Page
construction office Will\ make Low down payment, bank financing A TOUCH of your hand with paint no down payment. BRENT-
Child Care changes to suit tenant. Phone SPINET PIANO 1 USED ELECTRIC range, $29.95; MARTIN'S MOBILE HOMES I will make this 4 bedroom, 2 WOOD ESTATES, west on Garden -
267-3331 or 2673653. REPOSSESSED new piano guar 1 used refrigerator, 395. Colonial SALES bathroom home a value that St., AM 7-7142 or 6325655.
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IN MY HOME, day or week. Call antee. Small monthly payments. TV and Appliances, 2300S. Authorized Skyline and Buddy can't be beat. Extra large backyard A JimHolland
bathT newTlowdown
2678947. ROOMS FOR RENT KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC U.S. 1. 2674107. dealer all fenced In ready for your 4 BEDROOM 2

tf LARGE ROOM separate building 2126 W Tropic 267-6385 NEW AIR CONDITIONERS GE, 1224 N. U. S. Hwy. 1 children to roam. Total Price, payment. Nicest Hills.section inTitusviUe. CHicm:
Forest 267-3564
For Rent Fed- No. of overpass $11,500 with $825 down. Call Arrow
$60 monthly, 267-3463. RCA Whirlpool ,
CABANA MATERIAL, $40, Puck.ett' TitusvUle 267.3081
ders and other famous makes. Realty 2677037. Don't for. ALL BRICK 3 bedroom 2 bath
N. U.S. 1.
COMMERCIAL BUILDING 40 x $12.50 PER PERSON, per week. Place All at a discount price with' JUST ARRIVED! 12 ft. wide Sky- get our new location at 2700 S. luxury homes in excellent lo INC.
60 for rent June 1st on Route 1 Rocket Motel, Mime Phone 287- FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES, service.I You can trust, TV Emporium line with private dining room. Washington on U. S. 1. cation. $14,900 convenient terms. U. S. No 1 2 Miles
'north of Mima. 260 ft. 3097. for a deal. Fre.home : See these beautiful homes and North Of Minm At
frontage! clearance sale on all merchandise square Come' and see Itl! Martin's Mobile 3-BEDROOM 1H baths,
500 ft. deep. Also for sale. 267- SLEEPING ROOMS and efflclen- on floor. Hurry while ItIIRt. estimates 2673577. Homes, 1224 North U. S. 1, fence extra clean. Phone pump 267-, compare with others at 17000. Rocket Motel AM 7.3097

0389. ciea for rent. 801 Orange St. 2673400 .. 2111 Garden St., Nidy 1 USED YELLOW 30 Inch Dixie (north of TitusvUle overpass). 7966. Ed Kitties Agency 611 So. Washington -
Shopping Center, 267-5733 or 2671926. 2673081. 267-0831 or 267-5323. NEW and USED
ARTICLES FOR RENT gas range with lee throughoven
NEW 4 BEDROOM 2 bath all
CLEAN ROOMS for working men. door $75. $10 down $2 HAYES brick home, no qualifying just
FOR RENT 2670234. I MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG Repossessed weekly. Use our easy pay plan. TRAILER SALES $700 down $120 monthly, call SEE IT NOW MOBILE I HOMES
Swing/ Needle Dlal-0- Goodyear Service Store, 313 So. I
Wesaner 267-7125.
New and Used Mobile
Floor Sanders Polishers LOW rates, dean rooms for work. Matlc, Like New Makes FancyStitches Hopkins, TitusvUle. 267-3013. Homes Sales And Rentals
Phone AM 7-3255 men. 103. Call 2676185. Makes Buttonholes, PHILCO town 8210 E. Colonial Drive, 3 BEDROOM house Including furniture Deluxe custom built 3 bed
Sews On Buttons, Blind Hems, REPOSSESSED 19" Orlando 277.9671 will sacrifice for quicksale room, 2 bath home with many
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET Stores For Rent Monograms, Embroiders All and country of portable.$2.45 Pick week.uppayments call between 9am. and outstanding features. Being
per 10:36 sacrificed by owner due to SPECIAL
Without Attachments, Assume MOONLANDMobile : a.m. 267-1257.
Baldwin Shopping Center 15 x 50 foot store or office space Remaining 8 Payments of 750. ealer. 2673577. transfer. On sanitary sewer and 50 X 10 NEW 2-BEDROOM
Home Sales TITUSVILLE HOME, with pri- water. Close to shopping and $3960.00
APARTMENTS FOR available June 1st. Contact Ph. Finance Mgr. AM 7-5530. Wanted
RUNT George LaGasse at George's Electronics Help vate shady yard 2 ;years old. schools. Lush landscaping on
EARLY AMERICAN Deacon's QUALITY HOMES AND 267.6904. dead end street. USED -
2 BEDR.ooM. INQUIRE at loca 1412 South Hopkins quiet -
-- bench, pine, like new. 267.3612 I APPLICANTS WANTED for experienced SERVICE 36 x 8 STEWART BEDROOM
ll lone 2 miles south of new NASA ;; ;: sales clerks Me- U.S. 1 North of Overpass EDGEWATER. 3 BEDROOM
Causeway. Office at Orlando WILL BUILD UP TO 4000 Square after t p.m. NO QUALIFYING NO $1195.00
A _
Apple Plata. TitusvUle masonry home. Close to Indian
and Foot store or warehouse for Crory's Big 267.5695 COSTS IMMEDIATE
Utilities. Private carporte
GIRL'S BIKE dlnrtte with 6 River. 11000. Park Avenue
suitable tennant. Contact George
utility room unfurnished or chairs, bed springs and desk PART TIME bookkeeper approximately Realty 103 E. Park Avenue POSSESSION
furnished If desired. 2074127.HARVEY LaGasse at George's Electron- refrigerator, 2670150. 2 days per week. for MOBILE HOME OWNERS Edgewater Florida. loc; Down Local Bank
ics 1412 South Hopkins local business. Only experiencedneed Price Is only $19,500 and I am FinancingWE /

WAREHOUSE FOR RENT -MONTH OLD ZIG ZAG, Repos- apply R. F. Stonerock and LIVE RENTFREE 3 BEDROOM 1 bath $600 down, ready to make deal. Call 267- TRADE ANYTIIING
h seined Swing Needle. DialOMatic Company, 2672955. assume payments of $58 monthly 7833 for appoinment to see.
WAREHOUSE, suitable for shop Makes Hundreds Of Phone 2678508.WHISPERING .
garage or storage. In center of Fancy Stitches. Makes. Buttonholes MEN AND WOMEN aged 21-45 to !
d REAL ESTATE town. See II. H. Hudson at Star- Sews On Buttons, Blind train for managers&: and assistant HILLS VICINITY, BE SAFE!
d Advocate Stitches Monograms. Etc. All managers In bantam type $20 down payment and $20 a 3 bedroom. m bath, on lake. wH N I f
LICENSE SCHOOL --- --- ----- Without Attachments. Assume 6 grocery. Apply Lil General month will buy your own full Built in kitchen, carpeting, (
jlsMALL OFFICES and ware- Remaining Payments Of 600. Store, 2120 Garden St., Titusvllle. acre mobile home lot at beautiful months old for sale by owner a BE SURE!
Start this Tuesday 7 P. M. houses for rent 200 square feet, Ph. Finance Mgr AM 75530. Lake Louise Estates. good buy at $950 down. Assume
attend first session as our guest.HOWELL'S alrconditloned office plus 600 iq. Become your own landlord. _mortgage of 11638. 2673096.
ft. warohause spare. $125 mon- FURNITUREBrand FEMALE HELP WANTED Don't tear up rent receipts each Deal
thly each. J. W. Childre Realty new overstocked. Must sell month. Many families now re- 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH: carporte: Only

BUSINESS COLLEGE 2675563.ADDING 7 piece living room suites, $119.77 EXPERIENCED saleslady wanted. aide In our beautiful trailer com utility room alrcondttioned.
3 $24850, no Apply In person only Freder munity visit! us and see for pump and well. Good lawn, new
1 \S2S. S. Wash.267-1161 Ave. (u.s.n MACHINE ROLLS only money complete down rooms easy terms. Call ick's Department' Store. yourself the finest self-owned ly 2675158 painted.i after 1075 5:30:Carpenter p.m. Road, With AREALTOR

250 each at the Star-Advocate 267-5735. WHITE WOMAN to baby sit In mobile home park.

INTERNATIONAL HEATING unit my home Tuesdays thru Friday, LAKE LOUISE ESTATESon
2.530 beginning June 18. East Orlando Estates Road
for sale, approximately 85,000
Must have own transportation Bithlo Florida Rt. 50

SEE. OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE uaed BTU, 3 Oil months.gun fired 110 gallon like tank new,, $1.00 per hour. Phone 267-4408. rhone 277.5282or white, automatic Look for this

and copper tubing included. LITTLE'S TAVERN Is looking for radio and heater low symbol for your 8
Phone 267-5263. full time waitress. Please call ALLEN REALTYR. :mileage, real nice car for economical protection. It signifies I
a R. No. 1, Box 364 transportation.Only t .
HOME SUBDIVISION In person. 11 a m. to 5 p.m. 267- 5 Miles N. Of Cocoa integrity
Remember your Taper Boy.
6322.:! Cocoa 636-3790 $1595 and high professional -

Featuring: I I Directions Route 50 1 mile standing. Deal only

t 1 I past Bithlo Cutoff Gus Faulk Chevrolet with a Realtor Only *

Kids Walk to School! Realtor displays this seal
55 X 10 1961 MIRAMA mobile Used Car Dept.

LARGE 75' r 110' LARGE: POOL f; take home up for payments sale Want, bank$SOO equity financing. ., I 1026 S. Hopkins Ave. We're net sticking cur neck out Bryan-Conway &
LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES (!:} Puckett's Place northU. Phone 267.1234FASHION when we say ear moving service Winstead,

S. 1. .... Is the finest you can got Call George M. Barley, Jr,
: Etc.DOWN for complete dttalls It'll bo Inc
Moms Love the Kitchens! I the wl..it "move" ,,,,'wo ever Campbell Associates,
I made.
'_. I I AWNINGS Think of Inc.
I J. W. Childre Realtor

$95 $35 MONTHLY I FOR HOME OR TRAILER Danenburg's Beach

wp :. Dads Relax in Comfort! .JW ) : 331/3 OFF REGULAR LIST PRICE FIDELITYAgent Realty Duffy's Real Estate

1 TO REACH OAKWOOD: From TitusvUle go north on :, I CABANAS CARPORTS UTILITY ROOMS I Edwards Realty

U.S.1 to Mlmi. Continue north on U.s. 1 for one more HUNTER -- SCREENED & FLORIDA ROOMSNO Ed Kittles Agency

mile to our entrance on right For free information ALLIED VAN LINES Harris Realty Inc.

; call 2675586. PRICED FROM MONEY DOWN UP TO J YRS. TO PAY L. B. Newman

$16,200 FH AIN

J. SmithI
287-2T71 .


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25,1964'u'u- I"I" rnvru11J1

", onday. May TIu.vIHsFI.rWsSsr.Mv.cas) ( ) __

the conduct of major programs, sal. materials manager and tiIe

Classified PUBLIC NOTICES Florida Citrus Commission The proposed changes represent public relations department will,

I IHI 1. the Ingredients necessary In ba responsible to the dlrectoiLot

formulating a practical approachto advertising and publicity. tile

Advertising To Hear New Organization PlanA the task of operating a business director of merchandising will

with an annual budget of direct the activites of the raerchsndlslng -
TRI: flllC1IT cove or THUIINTK : lit THE CINCVIT cots, or 1'1111 IX 'THE COVXTY JIDOF.'S "
Continued From Proceeding Page : ""'''U'UL nadir. lor: NINTH ..tI"U..L: CICCCIT III'rLlllUD4. tor.T IN AMI rUB BKKVAKUCOIITY. new organisation plan for search director, commercial development $40,000,000. promotion manager,

Asia rOK. IIT'TIC THII: or C'otJlTY 1'.0111.or BilK."AIID. COUNTYeOIAhCIISIW. lor: AItD 1'0. SIUvAalo IN :rnoiMTK. FIOIIIII".. the Florida Citrus Commission director and comptroller. A number of new positions and the merchandising personnel

ServicesLAWN IN ('H"\I'I<;KV xi). SHIM NO. SMII.NOTHK IN Bill KMTATH OF staff will be recommended by titles and a realignment of several msnager the production rrfonager -

COMPANY NATIONAl., a LIFB Vermont INSURANCE corporation, : NATIONAL or "fitFEDRRAL. MORTGAGE A. Ktlaabeih: Arnold Miller.Deceaaed.. General Manager Homer E. "The planned organIzations) areas of responsibility are and the merchandising and

MOWER lervlce. experienced. Plaintiff, ASSOCIATION a. corporation KOTICK TO miCIIITOHftAMI Hooks at the regular Commission Involved In the new plan, he marketing analyst. Working .un
the closest coordination
CtU Cecil Simmons, 267. .... organlaed and eMlnIng under LAIMAXTN net up requires
4313. JACK H. OLK enC OLK, an Act of Congrmi purauant lo Iba i You and each of you are hereby meeting Thursday May 28. Tho and Lila fullest stated. der the commercial development
kla wife, If married al .5. Federal National Mortgage. Aaaoolatlon .- notified and required to preaent any plan was approved by the Com cooper.iiliin New positions lltited In addition director will be managers of
Defendanta Charter Act, haying Ita principal claim and demanda which I ,
you or these directors and
FURNITURE TOUCH-up and refinishing AMKXDKn: N>)TirK: OK HI It office In the City 01 Waihlng- either: of you mav ,ha\a: againet the mission's Administrative Committee among to that of the commercial development market research, commercial
also antique work, STATe OF FLORIDA TO: ton tolitrlrt of Columbia, Mite of A. BLUAHbTH.:. : ARNOLD last week. tho departments they represent .
quaranteed service. 2675733. Jack K. Oik C.W.O. eMWtiB:, V.I.N. Plaintiff' MILLER derraieU. late. of Counlv hooks said. This probably will director are a merchandising engineering and market devefoptment
and OLK hi. wife, If ".. of Philadelphia. Commonwealth ofPenneylvanlt "We hope to have the plan In promotion manager amerrh.ndlNlna ,
BRICK, BLOCK and cement work. married: 439 Support Bod.: APO CARL P. HRNTSCH. 'R. and 10 the County Judge full operation by July 1, and be more evident1 now than at any
Bin, a.. Franclaco, CaliforniaOertpud. OLUA A. HBNTUCH, bio wife, and of Brevard Countv. Florida, at hi. time In the of the Commission personnel directICc
Free estimates. history
Yerger Construc .nd afflc la the ... there la I good possibility the .
KUHWUTH M. QKBK.N; \ and HKLbNM : : Court Houee, Tit. and a polnt-of ssle materials
tion. AM 7-5728. K. Anclenon 1(4 Main OKKKH kla Wife, villa, Florida within alt Ittt calendar position of director of the new he explained, poInting My Neighbors
... manager. The latter will be re-
&, Weet Medway, Maaiacbuietu Defendant monthi from the dale of Ihe
that the director ot
VACUUM CLEANERS first publication of Ibis notice. Kaon: commercial! development department out corner-
REPAIRS STATE OF FLORIDA sponnlnle for the creation of t __ _
and all ..tI.. claiming Inlereitabv claim or demand most be In writing clal development would depend
Parts sales supplies. Electrolux, TOi KO8BUTH M. be filled by that date JTssi
under the aid ... may merchandising materials and for
through or against HCLKN: M. tJRli..... ,. wua.witum muet elate the place of .1.
Hoover. KIrby Air-Way, Rex. paid Jaik If lllk and -- Oik.kla : Ian know. realdencola denoa and pout office .dd..... of the Hooks stated. He slid he expect heavily upon Information sup all films produced by the Commission. -
air, Filter-Queen G.E., etc., wife I married And the aald Coffee County T.nn._ claimant and must be sworn to by have of three plied him by the scientific research -
ed to list two or
Free pick up and 303 Gertrude M. Anderarn, and all part- You are hereby. notified that a the claimant, hla agent, or hi. attorney a V.llMAq /
South Washington Ave.IV3':5; : lea havlnf or claiming to Save any molt baa .been filed agalnat you into or too eame will (weenie recommended candidates! for the and economic researchdt'purtmenta
right title or Interenl In the real void according to law. The promotion manager will "
__ eahnV.na tIlled cauaa and tbalyuo Anti In like manner
by early June to be offered
with Sunk. creditor position 1
property Improvementa Iberaonkereln or claimant muit
are required lo file your aa- work wilt field men In offeringthe
V SERVICE CALLS the directors of
T advertisingand
only $2.93, d..I user or other reeponalva pleading at the time of the filing of the same the Commission for consideration ,
and why pay more? T V, ServIce YOU AND EACH or YOU hereby with the Clerk of this Court and to deliver a lop. of auch claim to the and action. publicity and of merchandising best possible prrsentatlnn ofml'rch.ndialna
take notloa that a ault baa been County Judge In compllnnoe wllbCh.pl.
Center 2673883.COOKS filed I agalnit you In the above acme flalntlif a or copy Plnlniltfa thereof upon Attorney tha!, .. (t.954, Lawa of Florid torUSI. outlines will coordinate efforts to materials, and
atyled Court The nature of the cult The organization chart the morohimllslng personnel
whose name and addreaa' la Crtif- maximize the effectiveness of
WELL DRILLING Service la to forerloie! that certain mortgage I ton llrewer *. Holland, out Thla lib day of Mop, 1M4. Job descriptions and duties for
licensed, Insured work guar dated March 811. 1961. end filed of Palm Avenue. Tltuavllle. Florida, Charlea L. DavldaonAncillary Listed are eight programs In which both partlcl- manager will maintain all records -
anteed. 2673245. public record In Official Record not later than June luth 1504. If Administrator of position. am) reports for the
merchandising -
Hook 377, 260. Public Kocorilaof Kmale of A. KI.IZAKKTII pate
peg directly
: you fall to do ao, a Decree Pro Con- staff officials who will report
PAIN"l'INC Brevard County, Florida, en- for ARNOLD MILLKK.: dereaied llotiku said that the department and slipcrvit'e -
feuo will be entered against
expert, reliable and numbering the hereinafter Ueacrlbetl" the rollff demanded In tba you May 15. 18 M. June I iMon) 19114 to the general manageran recommendation
work. Estimates real. Tb. of the com ---- -- --- for training for field men.
satisfying gladly. property. name plaint. Thli soil la to fnrecloaa amortgage. administrative director advertising a new organiiatlon

AM 7-0776. Court li the In Circuit which': unitS Court ault of the la Ninth pending .- mailed agalnat. Tha li real property pro (it.III'..run? IX Ann icNrr ton DHKtAMIIIII Ji'nusTi: and publicity director, plan "rccogniznl the growing In the category of realignment, I I 8JN TT "iiJot'MuItP'I,-.',,,", .......... -

Judicial Circuit In and fnr the Lot lull WATERWAY: ESTATES : :\T\, 1'1.011111' complexities anti responsibilities the Youth am] School Service "Well I haven't
SINGER SEWING Machine Co. County' of B ravar d, Slate of Florida ItItPLAT ....' merchandising director, public found saf'that .
tale and service. Pinking shears In Chancery No. Saint, and the the plat thereof recorded, according In Pint to INNS:- F.STATICOF: PATRICIA B.: relations director scientific research confronting the Communion In program manager the point.of-- like m."
etc. sharpened. Phone AM 7. abbreviated. title of the cane I.N.tlon.1 la Ilook IS, Page 21 of the Public KCKKL UeceieedMI1MK director economic re-
Life Iniurance Company, ) TO I KH>ITOK ,
2244. Ketorda" of llrevard County,
a Vermont corporation Plaintiff All creditor of the ....1. nf
vi. Jark IC. Oik and --- Oik Florida.WITNESS Patricia K. Rebel deceeaed are
hi. wife If married et .1. Defendanti. hereby notified and required to IX TIIK IIHXTY' Jl'isoiC'OI Club &
hand and seal of
my III'HT Of HHKVARD ('(>ITtlOHIIIt. \, Lodge Noticess, I
WATER PROBLEMS? aald Court at Tltuivllla, lirevard file any claims or demanda' which IN' 1HontTK.Nutlre .
The deaorlptlnn of the real property County, Florida this 151k day of they may have agalnit eald ...t.l.In .
Involved *. aald cute I and delcrlbed May, |M4. the offlra of the County Judge of < Kill"! Final...Henert
CENTURY SOFT WATEROf In the Complain la aa fol- I'UKlia R. BARNBg luravortt COllnl,'Tlluivllla Florida* In Ih.Cottrthoune and Apnllrallen I. hereby toe given lll .h.lo rieNOTIIK all
10wII at Florida,
Brevard, M. I. lot i, Block O, HtTNWOOn Clerk II rotor of d County the Circuit, Florida Court within all calendar months from Derenna that final. report and 0 appll-" TITUSVILLI OARDIN CLUB
PARK SUBDIVISION NO. i, Ii" V. S. Hpanglar' the dale of tha tint publication of .lIlIon for diet barges. Adnolais'I ROTARY CLUB YORK-RITE BODIES
according I pill thereof recorded Ihla noli.'.. Rack claim or demand I ratori'I lito IC.I.I. of 1"0" ICnrry: General
632-2172 p/t/ ('OIJIt'r IIICAL) d..pd. lava .bern fltatby ) I melting all circles Ind
In flosS 12, page US, Nay I" :16. June 1. I (Moat 1554.IN must be In writing and rn sot state Drwdy the .nd.r.l.n.d In lb. abnvoalyted liI MEETS THURSDAY Monday .f o"t, 'fov' Feb.. M.rob, Of North Brovard County

Call Collect 8:30: .5 p. m. County Public Florida Keeortta of Bravard fica lbs place....d...of. of retldcnro lboclalmanlaod and poet of Court sod thaI on tho t.. I 12:15: P. M, sad Miy. K Time and place Hoard la beicutlva a000un- 11
will lait
YOU AND BACH Or YOU are muat be sworn to by the claimant day of July. J1lt\4. .p.lIc.tlon, Turndayeach
required t. file your anawer to the Tit II: (,lart'IT fOl'" or 'rnitrl.UKIIIk ': hi. agent, or hla attorney or It be rnudo is tb. H onnra bin Vlr.1I Is.UcahIlO Whliptrlni Hills Country Club month, October thru May, Indian River Chapter No.(" 27
FREEIII! I Complaint with tho Clerk of the 1119 I 1\ ..1..llI SIiktI IT iii' will become void according to law. Jdge l of inlil Couri', fnrapproval M... I. A. .
I fop Dick Slmonct Pres.H. Rlfell PraildintSORORITY
above Thla 4 of M. of MM cc pvrtan: .
.tIOII Court and eervaaoopy IN %.M puN RKKVtKIt ;> day IBM.i low ROYAL ARCH MASON"
L.P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION thereof' Plaintiff' sattorory. (ill NTtt Herbert Wynn Rebel' final dlennarsa aa provided by T. Walker, Sec'y
Alfon Dated thin ISIS day at May, 114,
L. AYERS. whomaddreai lltM: t.lIMI.. .141 Herbert Wynn KikelKxecutor
la Pont Office Boo 02, Eau NOTII Of alit : of the kstasisf _Joeeplt L. PrawdyAa Clifford Yodtr, High Prlwf
Suburban Uallle, Florida, not later than the FEDERAL NATIONAl. MORT Patricia R: Rrkel: Deceieeit I Ailrnieint cameo C (InKlali ITA SIOMA PHI Gill Wllllsms, hershey
Propane Ith day of Juna A. D. 1964 aa re.quired lAtIN} ASSOCIATION a eorporatlon OOULD. COOKMBY: FKNNKLL: : > of Leon KmtiryDriwdv Titutvillo Chap. No. 6 MoetliHj tap and 3rd
by law elie decree and exlatlng under 822a Ocean Drive deoeawd. '
a proconfeiao organlaed
2019 U, S. 1 N. 267-6411 will ke entered agalnut you an Act of Congrau puriuanl to tha Vero Beach, Florid D. M Mil-tin 0. E. S. : Thursday 7:30: P.M. Meets 3rd Wednesday 7iM. P. M.al ,
and each of you, federal' National' Mortgage Annotation Pubtlih once each week for fourroniecutlve P. O. Sloe MS ](. IItLT.: Masenl Tample, Tltusvllle
IN WITNESS WHEREOF: I Charier Act having It. prlclpal weeka commencing: I Plant City, Florida BERTIIA DEMOND 0.... ...o'i-n
Used Cars & Trucks have hereunto aft mv hand and if- office In tha City of Waanlng- I May II, IIM4 Attorney fop Administrator '. HIRAM COUNCIL No. 13.R.
filed the official coal of said Court ton, District ot Columbia: .May_11, IB. 2S June t IMon IM4.f May >m.> Joni I. S. 15 iMon.) 1H.... Worthy Matron tm-aiM .
al Tltuivllle, B rover d County Florida Plaintiff, I YBSTA OIM''IIOIt'
-- --
thli' .. = Mra, Mary Aim Klltlee, Cody Ie S. M. -
S3 FORD 4 door good condition Sin day of Nay .t1D. 1964. ; A MecydaaeD.sals
CURTIS A. ROBERT C. ..OOICRTON and ; Meat lit ana Ird Tu.idiyi. I P.M. PreilrteMAM R. V. Bakas
267-2947 after 6 p.m. Clerk of the Circuit Court SHIRLEY L. EDUKIITON: bl.wi' llUST .
Brevard County, Florida 0. ETA Thrice Illustrious Master
55 FORD pickup truck, good tires, PTa Berth H.IIDep.'y I Defendants.CTATII CITY OF TITUSVI lLE dahlia P... Pee

good condition contact Colin Clerk or FLORIDA Indian River AlA.Lad ..IIIIa..* GUI Williams" Recorder I

DeLaney after 5 p.m. at Dixie Stewart REAL OP L. THE Ayera CIRCUIT COURT) TO: ROBJlRT: C. EDOJoRTON ..ndtllUHlJCY Notice Of Public Hearing rni BETA MG.I. Moots 2nd Wednesday at 7iM PJM.
Trailer Park. Attorney for Plaintiff L. EIXIKRTON!: : ,. No. MF. W Hellers 1"001,'... I Masonlo
Foil Office Bolt 802 tan wife, whnie taut known ft A. M. le"-'*'tl Tomplo, Cocoa 'L..
56 FORD :2 z door, can be aeen at Eau Oallle. Florida residence. li OttO Enter. SIlent The city of Titutvillo will hold a public hearing' on Tuosdoy. Matt nd 4th Thursdays 7lll ,H I BREVARD
Nay 11, IS M Jun. 1 (Most I 1M4. Eau Uillle, Florlni.You COMMANDERY
81 Lakeview. are heresy notified that a Juno t, 1964 at 7:30: p. m. In the Council Room to hoar Interested Mainnlc Timnli District N.. I* No24LT.
NoTiCE fUK seine aull has .been tiled ...''nO.1Id MasonIc Temple J4
'52 INTERNATIONAL METRO, ealed hide will b. received by each of you In the above entitled persons in regard tot
walk.In, good condition. $200 the Board of County Commlailonei, fauna and that you are required to James II. Hiewirt' Nosier Florida Nurses Ann. Lacy Ramor, Imlnont CommaM'i,
cash. 30 Watson Street. 267-6340. up until I.4&: oclock AM. June tile your aniwer or other reipon- A request to ,...no the following dotcrlbod property from W, Frank Dird.n, ...,,1',. .
4th. liStS In the Commliiloneri alva pleedlnga with tha Clerk of Meets First Tv... Gill Williams, ..cor4., I
Room In the Court House, Tlluivllle Ibis Court IOd I 000roea COpy Its present BU.1 (county) classification! to a B-3 (city) classification I
LET ME sell your car or boat. Florida, fur,. furoliblng andinstalling thereof upon the Plaintiff, or Plaintiff to allow a rotall glass booboos .. oath month I p.m. Moots 4m Wednooday' 7iM. PJ*.
o"Auto Sales 267-1520. .. '. who.. and
Attorniya name
Including; all labor Junior ChamberOf
.. .... At Flrit r.deral laving and LoiPraalilenl Masonlt Tamplo, Cocoa
pain, *10., for chancel tha Air .dd. la Croflon. Brewer Holland
--- Condition flyatam:: In .lhn IlravardCounty SilO Palm Avenue Tltuavllle, This application has boon made. by Atlantic Glass Company Dorothy Forilir, It.N,
19C2 VALIANT, stick, excellent Jail, at Tltuavllla, aa fol- Florida 1 not later than June i S, i64. Commerce Coerolary Horla Mlllner, R.N

condition, call 267-5072 after 5 I Iowa Replace i praaent IS ton Trana If you fall will lo do be ao entered, a Decree agllnet PreConfmiao For property located West sldo' of Hopkins A.onuaIMa.noll.( ) len $p.nc.r, Prig, Pbona AM 1-SU79 PILOT CLUB :

p.m. Conditioner.Cleanaa you for the relief demanded In lb. opposite Plnodo Drive. .
___ Pantsno Mrs.
Stove I.
ayitent; coils, etc., notneceiiary complaint. Thla aull I. to forecloar Sac'yCltlions CZECHOSLOVAK.AMERICAN ", Jones, Pros *
58 VOLKSWAGEN with 59 re a mortgage.. The real. property proceeded Bin
to be replaced Tho 'logal description of which ill Meeting
CLUBOf lit and 3rd Wednesdays
agalnit' !I.: -
conditioned engine, excellent Remove cooling tower an.t place J-ot IS, isi'oielI: of NBA PARK Meets Every. Tiurscliy IJO: P.M. a. .
condition. new cendenaer on roof furnlih- Lots 4 and 5, Block 10, Dolospino Courts as recorded Input TitusvllU 00 Rivervlew Restaurant
Call 2670156. HONKS, Third Addition' accord'Ing
log platform all ,control flaihlngi, itartera, ate.Furnlih to the Plat thereof: aa recorded Book 4, Page f J, Public Records of Brovard County, (11 Granuls Aye Executive Board Monday

CLEAN 1959 VOLKSWAGEN, wiring, vaivea. thermoatata, ...., In Plat Book 11, page IllSPublic Florida TITUSVILLE POST NO. 1 Before lit Wednesday
J743. Call 267.3632.VOLKSWAGEN for completing .,.I.m. I Reuordt of Br.varil Regular neeUjlM Ind Widneiday of

I STATION adapted All work to and preannt material duut ayitem.Furnlih to be. County, Florida. A public hoorlng will bo hold. before the Planning and Zoning 11\ AMERICAN aaik month. Rail open each Tuiaday, TITUSVILLI'
wagon WITNESS hand and aeal, of
my Thiiridiy and falurdiy evening ali
sun roof, i960 below cost 267- ( Drawlngi plane and on apedflcallonaBhop all equipTRADRINi'prewnt aald, Court .t Tlluivllle, BrevardCounty. Commission on Wednesday, Juno 3 144. pm. PUBLIC LIBRARY
Florida, ills Sib day of LEGION
5737 after .
5pm.Wanted .. .
aiavka n hm
I 15 T. Trana CITY OF TITUSVILLIby 1421 Drae Raad

Conditioner.Bid CL'RTia Clerk of R.the BARNES Circuit: Court Margaret Cooper Harry Piul II"Teelrlik.... Adjutant, Comdr, I VITIRANS OF WORLD WAR I 1\JtS] :

old eqlllpm.nt.no natreve ni allowance for Brevard County, Florida City Clack Menu let and lcd Tueiday BARRACKS Mon. thru Prl. I a m. v Ito: p.at!
Bertla H.IIDplIl
I OLD COINS also gold paying The Bo.rd .....v.. the right JlYI Clerk L.glon Hall I p.m.Woman's # 'l Meets first Wednesday Saturday. t a.m. 1:30: p...
12c each for Indian Head cents. and prlvl I1... 01 rejecting any antI (COURT HEAL) May 25 (Mon.) '1H4 (La J:1: tach month, American --- -_*

AM 73687. all All blda bid.. to b* marked "air con May 11, 18, 26 Juna 1 (M.n.1) 1M4. Club of 7 Legion Hall with Cover. Tltusvllle Lodge No. lf J .,.,

.... ditioner-Jail" on suIcide of envel II ed Dish Luncheon, 1 pm "k11D7 Loyal Order Of

Wanted To Buy ope. 1- _. Titusville, Inc. r... E. Pepper, Comdr. .
JOB H WICKIIAM 1'1 THIe olin IT I"IIt ill' or TIIKNirii Tom Watson. Qm. MOOSE"M..t.
CHAIRMAN OP ) 4t 1I11'1\. ('IH.t SI' ixAol' Meets l ht t Monday of Each Month _
----- -- Tuosdsy S PollioI
Parti. AM 7-3686. FLiiailoe CITY OF TITUSVILLE October thru May TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUB Mllo North of Mimi on U. S. t
(1I1 Nl KKVO.: S May IS 36 (Mon) 1864. Jim
Mini K nr ni .IT Mrs. J. J. Condos, Pres."PYTHIAN' 0
Work Wanted NOTICE Of INTKNTION 1OKUIOTKH In Rf! Adoption of --- T:00: p.m. Thursday Ralph Irokow, lisp
Flotilla Restaurant
In compliance with Houea Hill AND DALE LKIUH BLAKMMlnora Notice Of Public Hearing .
[ WHITE WOMAN desires part No' 1175 Chapter Number JOSH. South Lake Moots led Wednesday
time office work week ends Laws of Florida, Ante of 1941 the TOl, RAYMOND BLAKE WHOM. last SISTERS H. O. Benienhafer of each month .
only 267.6429 after 5pm. underalgaed will rrglater with tha known reildenee I. 161 Kilt The city of Titutvillo will hold a public hosrlng on Tuesday, PresidentJ.
.. Sled mreet Cleveland Ohio Tlluavllli
.. Clark of the Circuit Court In n. Tempi. M I p, M.
WANTED WASHING and yard County, Florida, upon receipt YOU ARK HKKKBT NOTIFIEDMTBPfalher : Juno 9, 1U4 at 7:30: p. m. In tho Council Room to hoar Interested. Meela Ind 4lb Taos W. 8erull', Jr., Sec'y \l I
[ IroningIn of proof of publication of thle that a P.IIUun for Adopllon bv of each month al Sp m Oct. through Mar
my home. 273 Avllez Ave. notice, the following flctltloui baa baen flied In the persons In regard toi Mre. Dou.'.. rulch, MBC LaVorne Hardtn .
Clrc..1t Court of tho NInth lIdlcl.1
name, to-wlll One Had Hole 01"
Indian .
River City.
Mri I. ,
under which 95 aareenea nnl In Circuit\ In and for Brevard County, A request to rosono tho 'following described. property from Mn. Evelyn II Mliiwart Freeman, Heel y. North Broyard I Pros -Ph. AM 745J4
Gift Shop at Indian Rlvrr City Florida, by LEON C. HUMMKL, rlanlrt t
Florida, and that the underilgned for the adoption of tho above named: Its present R-2 (city) classification to a B-1 (city) classification Horseman' Club attiC I ,."' .
If you have rentalto are the only pereona Interested In minor. entitled In Rat Adoption of -
aald builneae WILLIAM K )WARI) RI.AKR and to allow a Boouty Shop Business. KIWANIS CLUB Meals Second. Monday lack Month North Br.vatdR.habllliatton

sell if Dated at Tltuavllla Florida, this DALE LEIOII BLAKE:, Mlnora: Mwfs 7iOO. P. M.
[ or you are 4 diy of May. A. D. 161. and you, ae natural I father of aalilabove Tho application has boon made by Msrgsrst Schnuritoln.' TuetdayaI2il C.nUr
C. H. ArmbruelorEl named minor children are : p.m.WHIJPIRINO Lawrence* Parfcar Pr... No. Williams Av". *
for choice real : canoe P. Armh..t81' hereby. commanded 10 b. and app.arin Phono AM 7-44M
looking Boyd T. D""I.y the above named Court at the For property on the oost side: of Park Avenue. HILLS 4) Arthur Dunn Airport v

Nell P. Doolev Courthouse In Tltuavllle. Florida, on COUNTRY CLUB Chris Parka key Meets 2nd Tburs. very monTh
estate classified the *lh day of June, 1M4, to enow Tho logal description of which 1st ,
use our May 4. 11, IS, K (Mon) 1904. c..... why mid Petition filed by mid. Doyle .Frl.lMO' PUILIC INVITID
I.ICON C. HUMMEL! : the atep-falher From a concroto monument at me IW corner of Lot 12, I'renldentTom North Pr.s.l W. Las Partsht ?- -
LEGAL PAD! Big Supply J5C Irs, Club
I columns. of aald children, should not be of Osban's Subdivision as recorded In Plat Book 1, Fogo ffeorelarr':! __ trial les'y.i Mrs. Martha Paulk"Phono "' .
each at Star-Advocate Office. granted.Herein. Thursday 7i JO ,."" 7404) '
24 of Brovard County Records, go S. 2' 04' I. along thoooitorly B, p, o. r:, ELKS LODGE I AM
null not or the. allegation. Moot At
of said Pxtltlon ihall .be taken aa lino of Orlando Rood or Stoto Highway No. 40! No. 2113 I IM..t.
confeiaed by you, and Deoree Pro Iron between 3" culverts ILK$ CLUB S
poising an pip. two concroto

RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY the Confeien relief prayed entered for...10.1 you for ot 149.3 foot, then 117.5 Cut In oil tto.l foot to a concroto 123' I.. Monday W..I"'lon Nigh'A".V Chas Hellor, Pros.Frank \ TLT

vllle lONE, Brevard AND County ORDERED, Florida: at Tittle-, Ihla post, the point of beginning thence I. 2* M' I, 100 foot I o'clock Dardon, kay

lib day of May 1904. along tho easterly lino of sold Orlando Rosd to an Iron Walter J. Mack, I. It. Ph AM 74U1 TITUSVILLI' LITTLi',

LAST ONE!"! Court ScallCURTIS! R. BARNES Pipe; thonco N. lIt 20' I. 150 foot; thence N. 2' M' W. usMll Balcheldtr, f.., THIATRI, INC.?
Clerk! of the Circuit Court 100 foot, thonco S. lIe 20' W. 15* foot to the point of begin-' TltusyllU ToaslmssUriMe 1st Tuts, of M. IM: p. m. iIlllle
off Brewn Ate
Dc ott' Clerk: nlng, boing the westerly 150 foot of tho property described Wtdn Me.ll.ie ... a diN Tkeolre nidg.

HOWARD WARRENATTORNEY FOR PETITIONER In Dud Book Vi, page 41*. of tho Public Records of I 4i,45 P.M.Chinflcltar* days. .. .......,., 0 fM, aaekkJNOp TltraTII.I

oLahefront CaIei IS Cocoa No.' Reach.Atlantis. Florida' Ave. Brovord County, Florida e : n I P.M. Dally Scottish Rite

Howard Warren 7M Motnoll A.., Club P. 0. Sos 101
F May II, IS. 21, June t (Mon> 1904. A public hearing will .bo hold before tho Planning' and Zoning 'Inn Ralph' Scholbol', Cam mender ", Fleyd C. Brawn P,...

Commission on Wednesday, Juno 3 IU4. Bob Young, Pros. AM 7-37M Milt Mortonton, Ouarlormastor John W. Frsi.r Sac".
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$1 25 Per MonthRent I Maeanle Teaiptof. ,
I If have real estate
you by Margaret Cooper Tltusvlllo Chapter

will be Applied 100% to Down Payment. housing list it in City Clark M.e" at Rlvervlew THI NATIONAL ''
School lit M.... lath Moots SICRITARIIS

TO INSPECT CALL 267-2711 May 25 (Mon.) I'M e Month, 7iM ,.50s lot and Ird Wodnoodoy. ASS'N. (Infl)
The Star-Advocate! Earl Snyder 7iM ,.", '
Last Macday of Barb Mon,"
Preildtnt* Chamber .. Commorco Prioda Carter. P.... AIf'.... -. .



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PAYMENT 3200 Garden St., Tituivllle



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Page 1-8 "tv..III.'lerld._( ) St..A........ Mar 'ley, May 21, 1t4 -- too much of their beautiful water Ing the trash in the gutter It the cig-owned street iwtep

Letters'to The Editor front to become private property Practically every store li now er would do Its duty in the business .

I to the exclusion of the public air-conditioned: The trash doesn't section it would be unnecessary

Ii' Board Okays ChangesThr Blocking Public View' the Indian River Now lo and originate withlit! \ the. stores It has to threaten the mer.
t have seen too much of tha
Editor: behold Florida Wonderland I I. struggle and coat of trying to been blown up from the street or chant who waste. to keep his side

County tlasiificatlon north side of Olmstead I would like to comment Ion ending mote barriers to the possibly from an alley around walk halfway celan.
c zoning chai! go requests ( ) the Dr. bring it back to the proper use
One special UH permit and four Pinking plant submitted for Thin property is now zoned R.3 your pictures of the "Changing) south of this and appreciation by the public, the corner. Joe Diggln.
parking plan, woo. acted uponat consideration and recommendedwith (City), Face of a Fast-drawing Tltuavllle" To me, the larger Imperial not to be disturbed by these developments

th" ftpeuul' i"It elmj./( of, the channel: were: A resubmitted parking pldn by in Wednesday' paper. Towers Is merely blocking from here
Titusvilk Planning and Zoning Parking plan submitted by owner Harry Barr and a parking Do you gee Improvement?' I the public a view which ahoulds< Dorothy C Condos Brevard Lumber CompanyREADYMIXEDINTRANSIT
Iplan I
Board last wick Mr. Cruke for a business building kubmited.by Atlantic Class) do not The waterfront property be left to the enjoyment of all.

Zoning requests recommendedto (stores with apartment Co for their building south of It blocking the public view of) a It will ever be a lore spot to me Titusvllle, May 11 'CONCRETEBuilding
f Council : above) on property located on Fidelity Transfer beautiful water Scene. It had -not an Improvement.Born Dear Editor:
City tlio, NE corner of Hopkins Ave. been my long felt desire to seethe and brought up on the I am unable to understand the Material Lumber Pelnt.- Hardware
The rezoning of Lots 1 thr
I The Commission In.truct.edSam bulking at the toot of route seacoast New I WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSESLet
(Magnolia) and Novaerez Drive, of England am logic behind council's recently-
ough 10 inclusive, Dloik 17, Sun presently zoned B.1 (City). Jaiwver to revise and resubmit SO razed so that aa you came very sensitive to waterfront adopted ordinance prohibitinglocal I U* Give You An Estimate
Valley Subdivision, from Parking plan submitted by H. a parking plan tor a 16 east on that route you could get values. New( Engenders, too business people from sweeping a/rompt Delivery Phone AM 7.3831
present RU1 I (.County) > C Bartlett( for apartment on unit apartment to be located on this view of the widest part of late, realized that they permitted their sidewalks and deposit. I
R 3 ) classification .. _
fication to in (City the NW corner of Mt. Sterling -
to allow apartments. Ave and Dele-spine, zoned R3
The properly is located went of (City), ,! !! '!! !! lmrr I !I 'jg llr I! '
Cenlral! Arrest iIi!! I! Iiiill! 0 11f11IIWI' 'Iljltt"!
Blvd This !''!, IlilwHo, !; !!!!! !! ''.
Sun Vail request !!
y 'Iii"! Ii, : !HIIiII.! Ii i.I'!/!! ( BETWEEN YOU AND ME,
made by the Wueslhoff Co of !II!! S \ 04 :! I I
Tide 'i YOU NEED .
Florida Inc.. had at the last t tf ': I Iiljl
Report System '.II! illl
mining received a 3.3 tie vote High Low 1IIIilt !

... E with no recommendation re Tu"., May 26 iljl f l!i.. '!!!JIliij!! I FEWER BOOKS

suiting at that time.RcclJlnmended [Initialed HereThe EI! a fjl! I Iu
the rezoning of 1:25: a.m. 2:33: i.nt. 1111'' !
8:04: 2:40 PER GIFT
a portion of properly approximately p.m. : p m
Brevard County Police !III.. .101 ,

cast side 174 of x 140 S.njjdon,located Avenue on the Chiefs met with Sheriff Leigh Wed., May 21 : !; I D 1 IWI!

A, in fie, SW corner of the SWV4 Wilson yesterday morning and 8:01: a.m. 8:10: a.m. ,Iilliil"I! "- '!Eli!illi WITH

of the SEV< of Section 29, Township Initiated a new type of consolidation 8:40: p.m. 3:18: p.m. !! jilUlII!!! !n'.
In the reporting of arrests i ;! !: f fOOD fj Top Value Stamps
21 Range 35 be rezoned I i! !i! I < Ii! I r
from its present RIA City) classification E ilillill!, !'!!', .!"!!!j TORTS,' I l',; 11 ft::!jh i:!!' ,
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The Sheriff's of !!: .. !iI!!, .
to a n.l 1 (City) classification Department MAY hhul'j'tli'Hlliil! !!! """, 4o.tliildllII".I "!!IU!(i1IWII i! ;{ ""
at the request of owner Titusvllle will be the clearinghouse VOTE H
.W C Alexander, for all law enforcement LEON 26 RIGHTS Swift's Premium Sliced
Recommended Frank Little agencies In Brevard .County, I I t QUANTITY ; RESERVED

Sr'i. request thnt property located where nil reports will go on the WHITEHURSUDCMOCRArfc / [ PRICES ,GOOD, THRU. MAY, 27THWNW.IIY .
south of Koiuu 50, west of IBM yst.m whereby immediate w.raraut/ORp...me.
i Second Avenue, Bail Valley In Information will be availablefor NATIONAL 100 EXTRA STAMPS WHEN YOU BUY .

the WWV of Section 28, Township any agency making inquiry COMMITTKMAN, Ground Beef 5 A 1"1
22, Range 35, bo rezoned It is estimated that these records .

from its present RU.1 (County) will handle from 10 to 15 The d"WIo 50 EXTRA STAMPS.WITH TARNOW Chipped ,

classification! to a B1 (City) thousand transactions a year In Cedldoro r, Beef ,
,s. or Ham l 3 P 9s.s
classification to allow a restau the county, AFI.e4d.

rant.The 50 EXTRA STAMPS with' SUNNYLAND Boiled
commission recommended ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM I.cktrf.aadJadldel
disapproval of a request by F. HOW TO KILL IT. Sliced Ham. 6-01. Pkg. 69'

P. Ludwig for tpeilul I IM,' I 55505.....U nut plimwd with.. atro.g. IPea.erl.
a use permit 1'I" ., >unr 11" hM k at nfInniN 56 EXTRA STAMPS ;WITH GA. BRAND .

to elbow a beauty shop In Iran., acorn..fl..' W..h...\f"IA-b..,. hullhr I..rl"..kl....!. A.terry:: Sausage; 59' LB, ,/
his home on No 14 Holiday I I uliti I''HI.*MtlM'liMtt It N. mmllilnir II.'h and T-4-L '...kl.1 : 4' I-Lb. Brick ,
lane (Lot 6 and 7, Block 1, Morgan's I I'llW'UFN too.- flee 1'iT .*..!. (Pd.ML e1y.) so I
.,... .. EXTRA with; CHOPPED SHAPED 1
teat odnri nrllv. I I" the kl>
Subdivision) In.n RU1 ....,.. ..
NOW at all l>ru' ", ,... $
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. \ J4' Boon. St. Orlando flARNKS t.5616 .. Colonial 147-3033 Dr. Orlando"Crrrrtkl.a )' 20* THRIFTY MAID INST Powdend
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"We Service What Wo Sell" 421 N.Oran.Orlando CH 1-S171 W. Canal Ave. OrUmlo' Oa I-:J350Picture j REG. 21y DIXIE DARLING RYE Tuesday May' 26

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