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Title: Star-advocate
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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84th Year No. 64 5c Per Copy Titusville, Florida, Wednesday, May 27, 1964 r : l

It Democrats Nominate Kitties, DradY) Bt;; ; ; tl ii.

Smallwottl Loses

New Zone Ordinance tit Bid For Job By

Y Only 357 Voles

I Read For 1st Time ,a'f Yh I w Democrats yesterday nominated "

j sheriff James ml, Tltusvtlle L. Drawdy Mayor Jr for Ed

Kilties and former Eau Gallic

I City Council last night read Briggs called to the attentionof The Star.Advocate, post Office mostly business and has zoned city councilman Guy M Brewitrr -
for the county commission
by title only the 66,page ordinance the council dlscrepenclei and others, and copies of the property business on Garden. In the second primary "
providing for the adoptionof which exist be said, between ordinance were Available for He further staged there are nona ,
the new city coning map and the zoning map and the proposed public consumption) at ''the public or R.2 areas in Indian River Drawdy edged Frank M. Small- 1
wood of Eau Gallle by U7 ,
ordinance. Action was deferred land use map. He stated if : library Talmadge said a City or Whispering Hills which i
(.149 to 1.792, for the Demo '
until next meeting two weeki the land use map li to reflect the notice In The Star.Advocate had would afford "nice garden apartments DOm't
Inillon for sheriff and the right
Although: public hearing had proposed use of land for the mentioned the fcbpve places for and duplexes'. to oppose Republican Sheriff N!

teen! held March 30 for the map future, the zoning map should rcsldinti to become. acquaintedwith Clyde Taylor, mayor of South Leigh Wilson In November.. t

and ordinance and at that be drawn to be more consistent the ordinance and map. Miami and developer of proper Drawdy led In 21 of the county' t

time the public made personal with the land use plan. He also said the land use map ty on corner of Lee Road and 41 prerlncU, piling up big mats '

appearances and made verbal Briggs criticized City Manager was available at the city office. Forest St. near Gibson School, gins In Grant 63.1$, Malabar |OJJO. '

comment on the map, council Cleveland Talmadge for not Gilbert McCormick stated the asked the council to permit hit Palm Bay 23941, and aU
hat night permitted resident to having copies of the ordinanceand zoning map did not indicate property to remain R.3 (multiple Melbourne precincts, Smallwomt t

voice opinions and to make ref zoning map available for planning for business at the In. family dwelling). Ha mid ho wee stronger In the Central Brt-
quests concerning the proposed the public had purchased the property for yard and Eau Gillie areas i
lercoctions of Garden and I 1-85
map and ordinance. apartments and had Just received North Brevard's eight precincts .
Talmadge advised that and he felt this should be
Briggj collected
Surprisingly, there were few copies of the map were on display since the council has Indicate the FHA okay for building WORK TOGETHER FOR SAFETY-The needed for that certain part of the build gave Dowdy a 300-vote\) margin. ,
but would not be able to Titusville Fire and the local InThe tickers be obtained 1.042 to 1.1123. .
actunl objection to the map and at various places In town. ed it felt Garden St. would be Department / may by
on record were several letter start before the zoning map Moose Lodge now have a project under (' inspector H. D. Grimale In the race that probably drew '

from Individuals and groups in would be adoped ,way that may save many livei. At any the Moose Lodge Shown above (fromleft more campaign literature than t

support of the ordinance and "I submit to' you again, please house where there may be an invalid, convalescent ) are: James Maltbie, governor of the any other Ed Kitties compiled
map. I To Close -1 don't change our zoning," Taylor or an infirm or aged person local Moose Lodge; Ai Todd, chairman of 1,MS vote margin over his opponent -

Objection were raised by Friday : acid He,pointed out the t3 they are placing a ticker for identification the civic affairs committee of the lodge; Robert Feeney, former, prey
Jeff Wingfield and Bruce Briggs million apartment complex : When the fire department answer fire chief Jim Drown; and fire Inspector (dent of the Whispering ILUi

both employed by East Central City Hall will be closed all will be no window service and would be a fine development, a fire call and they see one of these stick H D. CJrlmsley.-( -A Photo). city council
the Negro community, and would The question of North Brevard
know Is
era they will that special attention
Florida Regional Planning Council day Friday In observance of city or rural delivery aerelceexcept be an asset to the people there. consolidation entered this race

Wlngfield \contended the Memorial Day, which actually special delivery 11the He went on to compliment the In both the tint and aecond primaries
zoning map, on display, should city area: The holiday schedule
however Kitties not I
falls on Saturday council on their forward thinking only
be tabled until the land use map for collection, dispatch and re
won the area he seeks to t
Titusville Poitoffice will be on planning and zoning serveon
reflects the change that grew ceipt of mull will be In effect. "You gentlemen are doing a ter King's Charges Denied the county commission-North
out of objections at the 'March 30 closed all day Saturday in observance Mill will be distributed to boxes riffle jub, and as Mayor Of South Breverd-but was strung through

public hearing of the holiday There ai usual. Miami I compliment, you ,But, out most of the county. lie polled I

please dun't change my zoning" Denials of any fraudulent sold/ that Kill denied making sued in regard to ilia' t court cult I.(MM vain to 1,681 for Feener ,

he concluded. campaign,, contributions have such contribution: against King. ,, ....... la North Brevard.
4W.JU .-J
I: Water: Loss Heavy In! Line Break :;J.'iClt -+ahe ordlnllJll" be Ieatt :!Wn? '1 lMiied by pemo Senuturinl'iwmJSrV"James But' veslerdaytill t copflrmedhe qtrMtttf fc*.(fllalp/ mipl.jucmdributlon'sflrvealer *;",' Feehhb'dleJQ';! !" ofd; .."' prclitftf \r
,' Mftuk" pfirikd'R'K! 4 Y :''Dressier'"ind. did mike the \.ISOO1contribu : liliT botUof more'votea/ )la
-r : pected action will iN taken o.t. Charlek lillL 339 Glen haven (inn There li no'trum'to the charge Canaveral South take. .

of Tllusvllle experienced the map Drive, Merritt Inland, in answer ''1 don't understand. why lie and 1 will file a motion U .dismiss Courtenay Cocoa, Beach, imiiaq. f
temporary water shortage yesterday to suit filed earlier this week (King) machi' that statement I It." River City, South Melbourne, l.J

ss a result of the loss of by Jim King of Cocoa did make the contribution: and In the suit King had asked. two Lao. Gallic precincts andCspebart.

400,000 gallons of. water, which Graduation Week King filed a suit In circuit at no' time have I ever denied that line. nomination of Dreisler f
gushed from a 12 Inch drain, line Thus Klttlei will face Mel Fet.
rtF % court urging Dressier Jit milking the contribution to Jim In the May J primary be let
foot the elevated ; rr nor, the GOP nominee, In NoVember ,
at the of water
rAr "
? making frauduent campaign exptnfto Dresilcr'i campaign, Hill said aside and that he be required to ,
tank South Street
on Begins Sunday reports King said that Dressier pointed out that King produce "true and complete records Rrewsler had, a closer race

At approximately 12:40 am Graduation "Week" pledger's report ihowed a $300 dldnt even give him the courtesy (of his toinpalgn expensesand with Bob Northcutt former commander

Tuesday morning, the drain line, some 230 Titusville High events School for contribution ( rom Hill and King of having a summons Is- contributions" of Patrick Air Force

recently located due to the seniors will get underway Sunday Base. Brewit polled S.591 vote
construction work on State Road night at One Field when the annual to UJ4I fur Northcutt getting kia
401, became uncapped and R t'r't big strength In bla home town of
i p Baccalaureate Services
1 emptied the overhead tank nearly will be held. Zone Approval Given StationBy Eau Gillie.
180,000 gallons of water As the
Northcutt led In IS precincts
I The services will be held at I

the tank city's was emptying big pumps, all went three Into of held p.m. In In case the of rain they will be a U 1 vote) city Council She claims the way Is being business he should put on property othen and tied He with edged Brewiter Brewiter In In two the

action pumping from the 1.000,000 Rev Roy gymnasium Forward at of Till,the lost night approved; a zoning paved for other service stations hat Is zoned business eight precincts In North Brevard

gallon storage tanks and before Christian Missionary and Alliance change permiting owner Pet to come Into their residentialarea Vice,Mayor Jim Prltchard, con 1,821 to 1,378.Brewster .
the leak had been repaired, near Church and Rev Thomas Elizabeth Conner to construct a ducting the meeting In the absence will face former

tiicse ly 220,000 gallons were lost from E Ream of the first Nazarene iirvlcif station at the corner, of' Bill Carey of Thornton Ave. of Mayor Kitties, voiced Eau Gillie Mayor Milton Me
tanks. rs Church will be in charge of the South and Park Ave, as nearby( Ihe only opponltlun against the Grath who la the Republican I
Irt favor Of the station,
'The water gushing from the program, with Rev. Forward resident protested. onn change/ nominee ,

broken main excavated a largedet'p giving the Invocation, a prayer The biggest profit for the Hills iulnj Would roildeiits welcome of Whispering/service In other action last nigh i
gully at the bue'of the and the benedlcltion and Rev change of zoning ind the> ref little their council: Absentee Voles-
overhead tank on South Street Ream, who baa a son In the grsd service stitlun thatincreased station a nearer Followed City Manager's recommendation :
suiting was .
home lie out South St
Into the class, pointed
as the water emptied listing delivering the sermon
traffic would affect would be main for traf of denial of request -
abandoned rock pit on the north a
the safety of Parkway Schoolchildren by W, C. Alixandur for Being CountedCounting
rlc and the property wan Ideally
side of south street The broken Special music will be presented
The school Is located suited for station rezoning of property located on
main was repaired by 3 arm by the Tiluiville High chorus service
across the street from the cant side of Singleton Ave to per of' absentee ballota.!Inyesterday's
Tuesday morning residents with Joseph W, Courson as director Councilman R S. Nunnally
property in question mlt business Tulmadge contended second primary ia
were asked to reduce consumptIon moved the adoption of the zone
IMi constitutes spot tuning In under way this morning but the
of water by John Lane, water Among those speaking againstthe change ordinance, seconded by "
results t affect the winner
Tax that
Sale property surrounding woq
Opens zoned
superintendent'. and he told the zone change'!) were Mra. councilman Bill Walker Walkersaid
icsldrntlal The and There were 111 .absentees
$tar.Advocate response had been Her. This MorningThe Philip Cadwailader of nearby hu felt the property was planning
I zoning board had recommendadapproval be counted and the canvassing
wonderful. Temple Dr,, who pointed out the"! bent suited for this type of busk
sale of delinquent tax ceo of the request by a 4-3AP'P board this' morning threw out IVit
council {ho hers and could be lets objection
"The cooperation of the residents '# w + tiflcates began this morning ,at wan "down'zotilng' nut being in compliance with
property and /ptlntdd'out! i the ably" t than some' (her type. Ha
lost i at .
enabled us to refill our 10 a m the Courthouse heroIn the law
supply Lane said 'The consumption Titusville. livesof children should be of said l! the city had just approved Deferred request of f P. Ludwig No races ire clone enough t tit

was cut from the usual TROUBLE SOURCE John "Mac" Lane Titusville'awater A list of the delinquent tax more: Aimeern of the council than a $4 million bond Inue which fur special uu permit on be affected by the outcome of r I
1000 gallons per minute to about certiflcstes hal \been) published in "J Just t rezoning property provide for sidewalk construction Holiday Lane Id'zoning board for the abtentea balM tabulation.
mo gallons per minute and we superintendent, ia shown inspecting the 12-inch the Cocoa Tribune for the, past Mrs James R Hickey also which should take care of further study, Closest race was the one between

were able to pump Into our reservoirs drain line which errupted, pouring 400,000 gallons of four weeks, this being the Tribtine's spoke against the rezoning application the safety factor Of school child Accepted the only bid submitted Jim Drawjy and Frank, SmiU-
at the rate of 1300 gal water on the ground at the overhead storage tank on yesr under the publishing and abe baa personally ren lie further staled he felt the by GUI Faulk Chevrolet wood for Democratic nomination

Ions per minute, thus bolstering youth St. early Tu dayS-'" Photo), arrangement'' among the county led 1 the fight against the council had no right to tell a Of f I.024,24 for a H.tun pick: for Sheriff which Drawdy

our supply", < papers service ttatl'in on that property. property owner what type of fee COUNCIL On Page I won by 317 votes.
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Unofficial Tabulation: Of Yesterday's Primaries In Brevard County

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CANDIDATE,DEMOCRAT '...ll J .. j il M j J i iDrawdy ] .! flTI m J i Ii d. : d ''j I 1 m .]in! j J I i I IX n I j! J!; '* I If I : ,: > : ,& i I'! '! 3j II !lllljlj'! 1 : "I ) ToO.,.

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Buna 385 37*' 221': 1171' 382-1158-! ,, 88,'' 52.. 531 y 371- 264, 469;' 14Jf. 70 77)j 3811[181 I-100 223 425, 362, 515 S8| I711-'T,; 203, 342, iii/-m|/ 13 d! 213, 2S7 "WI- 283'!-4701 f -282, ) M'' 118 iijm| | 102| 110'' 148 154, -1WIHleh

"141 119 12* 289 220 : 461- 27], 311 11' J2J; 29S1> < 31.'' 63',' Ill. 1041l 40', 203 3JOi! 370! 243 J2J49;, 348f 164U l89; 94| J34| (3' JM 200;, ,,' 2131, 21l| 211: 188, /11349'-111-\! \ 43\ 53\ 145'' 2IW 801! 851 74l: t44 I MM

280, 27
224' 169' !':'-, 30! li] 45: 11 1711 430 245, _48'9Z:'_ i 209; 41 43;: 2791 282: 490)) 453) .. 140 M.., Ul!, 41;: 1171 38 237 32$;, 422} lee,' ,[ 435, 1321: "I! 3101 214- J0| 491 20*, 36213; 5o'39': 122"" tjnTJ
teensy LU,, 120104n, { 32l 35"m 311,2, | 183 249 198;) 70| 727230! IS, 45 IWi' 260 365; .95, 15| 133, 199. 138SI ; -Jas '111 104, 28, 170) 117' -27SI[-179| 333l* 297l 212.' Iii '254: IflOJO ': 271 -$4,:" 3 yysY, 74, 57.122i, I )1TJfl

Kitties 2971' 3401 203brewster ;: 2MI 1C"!) Jt29'\ :, 4128)/ ) 230', 3931! 196 ,38 M :352| 159 87'' 219'338'_ ,: 292,: 311 I'' 144,, 4S| 1M, 241! 12JI 209 44, mi flu( S13 2W:, 359 371 179, 268 131 62 M' 1 leT,' 215, 77, 79, U4, 173.1, ..m

363 i 1711, JIII-- 368rT 79r-a--'or: > *71 179 3J8 313, -Ji4--22'4s1, "!"l! !s0 179 -196! 36 ISO 245'', 418'; 119,[' 307r c ; 2Ji: wi'; -346.' 159 -/1 l 71' Z3974: Scm.W; T t
NorthcultbIgHl 201 19*,' 104 394; 199'YSt' 411 21 431* lOt' Jilt: 2991,, 192 Mf 22'' 23*' '97'' 44: 200f 2561! 324'' 380>! Eli! Itt 171", 171[ 220 14/ 1271 l 38 2UI! 224] 338| 231[ 303[ 2f11 JI4281/ ) 213 156! 38| ..I] 2321 2S7)I1 ) Ie .11 7t'' UJ'' "a I 7434

*. JehnMft'282)) 182,, 1721 509,; i", i4i, 23 r2ilpiif2iir-"r-TwlT. : : : /I-1'2Gi253r4J11; \ ir t-I.n11nl1r233r; ae r7 i 71,; MWJ 223T262_ { '..410-VAM/I_. ;I-xt1i.L 4ntf[ ai?r| 4_* /(n_ t Ji5C 18T'-r3.fl5' ? i ail T O'T7JT.areM151RIIUSLICAM _. .. .l., ++I.... Tan. 1

Delegates. UfttII.4," Itl 111,' | 40| 2171\ } 8| U| 121 II\ 1 1'4JI(\ 211| 4l' If Ii al) 130t- $': 201 W: -j 31 131 01 12, 30| 71 14 30,: 301 161) HI 101| 1 II' 111! 311 11 27 12Ml ) II) 38; 411 1'1, 38; 12: 22' Ml

Delegates. Per G.IdwateS ,24; a, 171 711 32 12030[ [ 41| 11L13, 39)) Slj 28f f 'r! '"' l 1 1'1) 20; J8 28: 211\\, 96031- J' II; II SOl ) a. 'j i, 15;, 33)) 12, 34J 13j-} 48j) 43i, 100sj- IIJ) 1111 71 10 23),) 32: M011- ; 11,, 32: 1.154.jf.




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T i, (PI.rld.)1far) Adv.esN W.d d.y, May 27,114yj Theta Omicrons Hear Exchange Student

Garden Club Spring Luncheon Omicron Chapter of Beta Program, Mrs. H. T. Neeleyand
Robert Keel Membership
Mrs. ;
Sigms PM met recently
\ Mrs. L. Robinson; Social,
And Installation ImpressiveA homi of Mrs. WIUU Risner. The Mrs. L. Young and Mrs. W.

Cultural program, presided over Fesgon; Public It,- Mrs. W. T.
Noss ARd Notes ., breath of Sprint lit up the sident, made a !rhovlng speech by Mrs. L. A. Young, Introduced Sleeman; Ways and Means, Mrs.
t 11 Ntrrtll Btypartf /' Torch Club as the Titusvllle thanking the group for all their Lei Kennedy, South Africa. Lea Q. CaUoway, Mrs. D. Mason and
Garden Club held Its. tnnual\ \ help throughout the past year spoke on International friend. Mrs. W. T. Sleeman; Service

1 Spring Luncheon at 12:30: p.m., and dwelled on her appreciationfor ship and the customs of his na ,Mrs. H. Fuller; Telephone Mrs
May BBth. the wonderful experience of tive country. W. Risner' and Mrs. H. Fuller;

In the tenter bf the dining being elected as Garden Club Mrs. L. Robinson reported on Scrspbook and historian, Mrs.' S.

room overlooking the river was President. She presented the the State Convention that she attended parr.
':Gateway WW Club Holds-- B.P.O. Does InstalTJ the replica of garden featuring club with a book "Saints and recently in Clesrwater. A shower honoring Mrh L. Andrew .
Their Flowers" which will t be fit\ The budget was presented and Young was hcM following
Shejferd kned while latticed
Good W a path by
: At
Luncheon In .
May Ceremony 'n Tend and an archway Wvered' the Titusville Public Library.In approved. '\ the business, misting! The refreshments

Mri. Hemee'F! ,Heldlcr, hoipitsilly WH Country Club J with ivy and beautifully\ \ tolortd the\ charming! setting of thegartterii The following committee! tnalr.> onW' lllted of I lovely
Mother And 'Mrt. VerhOn Carter Installed men were announced for the 1964- decorated' taker IftifcH,,.. toffee
: chairman bt the Catsway Daughter Banquet birds berched Varioui places. and tnlnll.. "
end) alto Seta
Welcome Wagon Club, The officers! ot TltusVilte! n.l the Inclining bfllcbrs. 1965 year:

::reeled new renldenta from alt The! third snnual Mother and Mrs At Werden arranged art 0. Dnes Installed, Drove" No. itt, A bird bath, a white wrought Mrs Norman Cowart, who was

sections of the United State. and Daughter banquet, sponsored! by outstanding program\ all pre cently monies at the Whispering at public Hills iron bench, huge potted hydrangeas unable to be present, had writ. Whispering Oaks Garden

.one foreign country when that the Lutheran Women's Missionary pared and presented by children Country Club. and lovely hanging wicker ten the installation ceremony in I
;group of women !Ihet for their League of Good Shepherd assisted bf, adults. The baskets filled\ with flowers and honor of Mrs. Rlgcll's love for
My luncheon. Lutheran Church of Titusville, Girls' Mission League sang thohHel10 This Bcnufcttr year's, officers President ire: Bonnie 'Sue foliage, completed the scene of birds. Thus in a most Impressive Circle Holds Installation

Held at the Flotilla Inn, a lady was held In the meeting<< room of Soli," and "Make !Hew' Ackermtn First La- a breathtakingly real garden. The manlier, she compared the
?with k nAme ai American Si ap- the Orlando Utilities Plant at Friends", a round In which the want Davis, Senior Cwinitetoff Cmmsetoin tables ,were decorated! with birds, t*. busy, Iqultk, warrrthCatted TM torch Club "h the setting for the circle I \ during the year

:pie! Die, but Vho It a native of Bellwood last Friday evening. audience participated This was Daisy Roberts, Junior Counselor1; fresh Ivy, white gardenias and and valuable to the community : for the Installation bf 1W4- Among tile 6ther projects: upon
hats the colorsof followed by the familiar to the Garden Club asa 65 officers of the WhisperingOaks which Mrs. Griffls reported
:Budapest, Hungary" Mr. Harry Spring using Mary Lou Batchctdef Secretary; pink glade and a huge centerpiece
.,Johnwn *1 s glen her tint fellow and orchid, Inspiredthe "M-(b-t.lt U.ft" song.blane Ruth Little, Treasure" AlteenHlnkson of pink glade adorned the whole. Garden Circle of the Titus- were: Arrangements for the

,*arnt>llni (the hat been here decorating theme of the ban kollowh, one ot the Conrloctorj, Mir| fot speakers table. Mrs. Vettioh Jsnsen, treasurer villa Garden Club. planting l of 300 palm bake) trees! inside

only two weeks) of true southern quet. A golden punch was dML. members, played "Rock Fog|, lime Guard; mean Grit This{ was'' undoubtedly one of wm compared to the bill* Mrs. Charles Massey, presi the Whispering neighborkxfet -
Jioftplullly from the gracious served to guests from I bowl encircled of Ages" on her auto harp and fin, Outer Guard; Mary Dross, the loveliest luncheons ever field bird krtown for Hi Integrity and dent-elect of the Tittlsvilte Garden ( I | maintained Greater 100 percent Pride

'elcnme Of l the young and vivacious with orchid carnations, was accompanied on the second 3 year Trustee; Suzanne Harper, in Titusville and the hostesses! ability; the white dove Was Club, conducted the l installation membership in ,
:- new president, Mri. Don centered on a yellow tablecloth. verse by the other girls 2 year Trustee) Marl Frlsbeet the Whispering Oaks, Hill 'N symbol of peace through communication ceremony, placing' Mrs. Inc.; provided the Titusville

:) tydie, to the delicious home. Largo picture hats, made from Later In the program, the girls year Trustee\ Rita Hcrberger! Dale and Hibiscus Circles, along for Mrs. A. R. Many Karl Schultz, presldent-elect !Itt Garden Club with its incoming
rooked Virginia ham, specialty yellow and orchid paper carnations donned angel> and devil costumes Chaplain; Lois Hilton, Assistant with the cooperation of Grants, corresponding secy; for the the officer's chair. president) held a Coke and cookie

:if the Inn.Other were placed on the wall and sang a novelty number about Conductor; Joanne Little, O W McCrory's and Rock Garden recording sec, Mrs. Harry Also installed were: Mel. 'Tom party to encourage area real-
brand new residents of forming a background for the five angels who tried to reach Bearer; Wane Mann Color !Nursery> deserve much praise LinJscy, (the purple martin denoted Watts, Vtoe-chalrman; Mrs. Her' dents to become better acquaint
the North Brevard area were punch table Heaven on the end of a kite and Bearer) Ruth Kitties Attendant for all their efforts. friendliness and the abilityto bets Runge Jr., secretary; and ed with gardening and interest.

]Mrs... Vivian Thurgood, Mrs An. Mrs. Roy Lcasure, wearing five devils who thought they dant.and Ruth Ann fengstrom, Atten. Mrs. Sumner Ferguson gave get along with fellow man; Mrs. Andrew Rom ah, treasurer. ed in Whispering. Oaks Garden

Tilon!' Lovell, Mrs. Susan Holland, orchid, and Mrs. Ed Hopton, In could get there on, the end of A the after which dellctous tho red cardinal, which is easy Prior to the installation ceremony Circle; contributed $50 to Pride,
:Mrs.. Barbara Cuozzo, Mrs Paul- a yellow dross, served punch, thread. The Rewty\ Mianlred brave blessing a to leD and hear, signified\ the Mrs. Massey gave an ac to be used to help finance the
assisted by little Miss Emily was Ihirialtad. hy Bophhl. UrltesiDeputy luncheon was served. office of 2nd vice.president Mrs. planting of one of the median
;one Culrlght, Mrs. Doris Walton Laura Pileskorn, Nydla Rodriguez count of her trip to the Garden
,and -Irs. Helen Hermsnson.Mrs. Hopton who wore an exact re Supreme! President and Guests were introduced as well !Douglas: Miller who Is In chargeof Club state convention at Holly strips along U. 8. I 1)) succeeded
Paula 'Albert Cheryl An- Betty Bolsclalre, Deputy Supreme as heir members. Minutes were in having the block wall aroundthe
Helen Nygard and Mrs. plies of her mother's dress Mrs public relations and publicity; wood Beach.
\Johnson were added .. new Bert Rein presented guests with san and Eileen Nothing were the Cbnductof, assisted b> the read by Mrs. Harry Llndsey and Mri. Harvey Gould, lit vice. the installation Whispering Oaks subdivision
angels While Diane Godwin, Officers of Orlando Drove M. accepted. In lieu of reading pro and Mrs. Griffis
the painted;
members. to the fast growing a yellow name tag in \ shapeof pr s. and program chairmanwas
I picture hat. Larger versions Ava Bauer!! Denise Zanrtta' Among tin guests were Betty the Annual Report, each member gram, Mrs. Massey compared: point-d with pride to the Whispering
group: of newcomers.ft Identified with the tho
of each office with
green duties
Victoria Rufo and Margo Bunk Bnlsclalre President was presented! written
of the orchld-banded yellow Past Supreme a Oaks Garden Circle being
ft .. James Turner gavetnoit a hummingbird and training for functional part of a plant and
hats formed the covers for er were the devils. Diane Kol- Orlando Drove Mt| Janet appointed by the Gen
Impressive: devotions! 'the banquet programs leach was In charge of the larg! Derryberrrt' Supreme Inner copy.Mrs.. C. G. Massey delighted higher leadership. Last, but not upon instructing the officers eral Garden Club as "Repre
V Mr$. Mike Bramhall, a Call. with their duties, Mrs. Massey
white kite and Guard, Winter Park Drove 86 '
Mrs Raymond ; Circle" In
Mrs. Fred the group With a spontaneous, least, was the golden eagle, king tentative Garden
Hclscl another
fornian. won the door prize, a presented them with a beautiful
Zanetta held the king-sized red Virginia Bowersox, North Florida
and enthusiastic report on of the birds, whose rare qualities this area.
member of the
beautiful< District President
of Sanford .
spool dangling yarn Mrs. the fltatt Convention held in qualify It for leadership Mrs Hichard Rufre presentedMrs.
iceh with
town glass was mingling Drove 160, and representatives of Immediate past chairman, Mr*.
Wsrrui .Bunker directed the
Hollywood, at which Titusville the president, Mrs W O. Mas
b Mri. Bruce J. Snyder, second the guests, wearing II yellow songs. Orlando, Winter Park _lid Sanford was commended' for Its three Fred W. Griffls, presided at the Griffis with a silver nut
jlce-prcildent, distributed new dress She was accompanied by Droves sey. business session prior to the installation. dish engraved with "President,
her mother Mrs. Arthur Feature Of the program was new circles as well as the tree Mrs Massey! then presided slid
membership cards. She Snnounc- The ceremonies were completed She reported the 1963041Whispering Oaks GarSse -
a puppet: show presented by twoyoung planting campaign, and
cooperation cncouragM! the Circles to
who was lit orchid. apply
did that Mrs. Dreama Danieli with short addresses by Mayor State Road Department had fh- GARDEN On Pag I
gentlemen, Steve Hollo- with Pride!! in beautifying
would nerve ai chairman of the The Girls' Mission.League had fed Kittles Walt for awards on their projects :
and Macko, Exalted 100 Fine" for
stalled two signs
way and Kelly McLendon, .. the city Mrs.. G. G. Goad, new next .....
year. Mrt. Could announced .. ..
hembershlp committee.Mrs. made bushels bf yellow and orchid Rulet, tilusvltle B. P. O. trash
throwing on highways a40
sided by their mothers, "The awards chairman, read a o'.
Ruth Barnhart and Mrs. paper carnations, and numerous Magic Onion" was the and ElkS 2113.meeting she composed which Incompaased poem- t>rogrsms' for the coming This was just one of the projects: ... ..........M ..
story year with "Fun and Beauty"as ,
Kay McDaniel, area Welcome bouquets of these were
Wagon hostesses, gave reports placed along' the center of tho included a beautiful princess, the trip to Convention In an' the themes. Mrs. Massey presented ver pipkin as mementoes of her Td4 'US I

6thl't\ meeting ot the Central dining tables tipon purple and an evil villain, the hero knight' : Mrs J. Ryan, Mri. T. musing and entertaining man Mri. Rigell with a gift successful year as president and .... .i>Io,....,. .
Florida Council of WW Clubs yellow streamers, A hat box, 1 dog, a large hungry dragon Coleman Jr., Mrs. J, Frill and nor for her garden .... a large\ birdbath with thanks and appreciationfrom ", .
they Attended In Winter Haven overflowing with dainty yellowand with many teeth and other var Mrs.. W. Cardnes. I ."It,". tke Rigell, outgoing pre and a lovely !engraved ail- all. a., . ..a1'
ious characters Including four --- -- -------
recently, orchid spring hats, centeredthe Members present were: Mrs. I
"""Mrs. Harry lads; Announced speakers' table, on either mop-headed individuals which Sandra Evans, Mrs. Caye Harris,
Dial a letter had been Sent to ,aids of which were vases of could have resembled four well. Mri. Doris Roberts, Mrs. Carol

City Manager Cleveland Talroidgs yellow and orchid garden flow known people' In the entertainment Miller, Mrs. .Robbie C1ab.u&l1.j; FIRST TRY FREDRICKS
; concerning the possibility era field!. Even" the'younJr Mrs. Phyllis Lindsey. Mrs. Ear-: .
2 year-old daughters were held tone Roots, Mrs. Rita Collura ;
of \establishing a Humane Shefer )- Mrs. Raymond Schwartz, chairman I
spellbound as they watched this add Barbara Cromwell. '... '
of the banquet, arranged Wonderful play. Anyone Interested In Joining l YOUR FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE
Mrs. C. E. Fint, service COIn. for the serving of a delicious
Kitchen prayer breadboardswere this club do so by contact,
/ that dinner to
rnittfe chairman reported turkey everyone pre
she had contacted Juvenile Sent presented to Mrs. Lolly ing the Club President, Mrs.
Westeiburg who was the oldest Sandra Evans: at 267.6285.
Conkllng Concerning the hew Mrs. Schwartz Introduced Mrs.
mother at the
present banquet,
ferevard Juvenile Home and that H. E. Baumbach, president of while!! Mrs. Ralph Graves was For Banquets and Parties
her committee would organize a the L.WM.L., who served asToastmlstress.
honored the
as youngest mother
Sthedulo for periodic Visits and The table blessing WHISPERING HILLS

work out ways la which they ,was asked by the Rev. Arnold Mri member louie DelMonte of the hard was.work another COUNTRY CLUBAM VISIT OUR BEAUTIFUL t ASSORTMENT OF
would offer help to the children
Claus.The .

MI Confined this to committee the home.With Serving Mrs annual mother.and.daughter ing LW.ML/s committee president along,with Mrs. the H 7-6221 $$1.00 TABLE -. fi SPAGHETTI STRAP DRESSES

tributes were presented by E, Baumbach.
Tacit will be Mrs. Heidler, Mrs. Mrs. Arnold Claus, who reed "A ; 1//7 Values l.tf and I.H
Ned Rust, Mrs James Turner, Mother's Creed" and little of / / ;

Mrs Mrs.Draper Salvltelll Snyder Kennedy., and Mrs.Mrs.Pieri Joseph bone, Becky a chair Claus and recited who climbed a poem dedicated upon Young I IRC MeetThe HomemakersOf LADIES SHORTS Y ; FROM PRICED f A aOO CO 10 $$6.94 d

to mothers Others seated
"Mrs Judy Davis, chairman of at the speakers' table were monthly meeting of the Indian Value to 2.99 'I

/Interest groups, announced that Mrs. Hans Zlcm and her daughter River City Homemakers I
was held at the home of Mrs.
two now courses, knitting and Mrs frank
Wheeler, as well Barbara Cromwell, 305 Carlysle
&alr!) would be formed
as Mrs. SchwarU daughter, Avenue. A demonstration in refinishing !
making a total of five different Krlstlno."Try .
a table was given by

Interest:Mrs; Gladys groups Bl'U'will teach Phyllis Mrs. Robbie Llndsey.Clabbugh 1 and Mrs. 1 'Q LADIES KP TRICOT BLOUSES CANNON TOWELS L

knitting while Mrs. Salvltelli Mrs. Bruce Snyder announced ,
that hand books now being edited At the June meeting of this Garden
till offer Instruction In high- A Tropical ol Floral Patterns
club, it decided that Aaeerted Cetera I and Shoe $
fashion hair styling Other would be ready fur distribution was every $1.44
one bring their favorite dessert tempers .t 1." SAL BATH
Juries Already established have by the June meeting 70-
A recipe. Also at )'hat meeting, I TOWEL 22 x 44 R.g,1.00 SALE IC
Mrs Daniels white and small
teaching bowling; elephant
fire Ben P. Davis, cake decorating plant sale was held.following the planters pocketbooks out of popsicle'be made sticks.and I LADIES NYLON Vi 1 SLIPS FACE
and Mrs. Kennedy, mlllln- meeting. 39c
TOWEL IS 25 59c SALE ,
.. There were four visitors at thl.dedmble c.m 5t 1.M x Reg. -

.. II whoa Onl' 'ALl $$1.00 WASH 4Q.
created in theTROPICS CLOTH 11 x 11 _, Rg. 29c SALE I/C

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Values to 3."

.II too:. ittl, lit t; 1 Sale $$2.59 or 2 1for $$5.00 II___Wash Cloths tOe ea or 4 (for 11$

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:DOU7; !lc Jon. Graham's__ crated tropicah.ercosmetics fat the watches, todayl! Men's Dacron & Collon Slacks lKISSES STRETCH SHORTS

...- HYPNOTIQUE..the magnetic fragrant that spell haul feminine the' woman effects who ol climate carat TRADE OLD-INS WATCH ACCEPTED 65 35%% Daeron Combed Cotloa 99. By VTrsnejerAuorted $
enchantment her .. 4 3a99
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frRIMITIF.,.the tdphlttlcated modern fragrant These cosmetics never"go
dry", take at fade throughout SPECIAL SALE
.. GOLDEN WOODS..the exqulslli Dew fragrance.. the day. What ever the"weather JAY BEEJEWELERS
0 fresh, young, modern hot, dry,cold, or wel they ..
I Refreshing Hybnofque, rMmitif and Golden Woods Spray boil protect delicate ikln.Youll
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BROWNIE FLY-UP SERVICE Brownies second row.... Sabrina Post, Vicki Johnson t4ak' ,1 '
of Troop 154 receiving their Girl Scout Carol Chreist, Nancy Svec, Debbie ___ -u------n' ---- -------
pins in a Fly-Up Service Monday night lit White, Cindy Safer, Susie Colvin, Donna BIRTHDAY PARTY Donna Frey, row Shannon Moran, Rene Porwet, Bar- THE ONLY RcXAlL DRUG ,
the IRC Civic Center, were, from left: Williams; third tow Terri Schaefer, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Frey, bara Zackel, Julie Jasper, Colleen Hop-
Front row Lisa Wood, Sharon Holmes, Terri Harvey, Lois Link, Janice Ambrose, 610 Vanguard Lane, celebrated her 9th kins, Debra Diering, third row -- Terry
Lisa McGlone, Vicki Rufo, Kathy Merri- Margo,Bunker A member of this troop birthday Saturday with a patty for her Shaffer, Patricia Skelley, Susan Sepielli, STORE IN NORTH BREVARD 11
field, Suzanne Wittig and Patsy Jpnes; but not in the picture is Theda Thornton third grade class and neighborhood{ friends Mary Crum, Alice Matrazzo, Karen Dem 'j

Enjoying ice cream, coolaid, hot onic; back row Cynthia Medsker, Cathy LOCAL i
Indian River South Tlfujvilla HappeningsBrownie dogs, sloppy joes, potato chips and games Ryan, Claire Brown, Susan Fedor, Ann NO AFFILIATIONS
were, (left to )1!: *6w-Cathy Breymeler, Pat Clingerman, Delina Phil- .
Sasko, Regina Williams, Beverly Cling- lips, Richard Frey
Donna and Terry ti second -
erman, Mery ;

: Troop In Fly-Up Service I
herself Then the Indian Rive f rocker and G Hassrlhrlng hurl Yankees trample the Elks 142.

Kitchen Bud made their first ed for the Bulldog The second J. McLaughlin&: pitched for the h, w pip Ir,.! uuFw. >It
I The Indian River City Civic lighted by Margo Bunker, Debbie the same organization, attended appearance It 1 Is of course
fonleit of the saw the See IRC NEWS Pag I
Center was the scene of a Fly White, Janice Ambrose, Sue an officer training class at the doubtful If all the instruments --------. ----- t
Up Service of Brownie Troop anne Whittig Lisa Wood, Lois Agricultural Center, West King would be found in a kitchen but Oa1NIPaSTE
'154 on Monday, May 25th. at Link, Tern Shafer, Nancy Svec, Street, Cocoa last Monday, spon they rendered three numbers: i
'7:30: p.m. Seated In a horse- Theda Thornton and Patsy cored by Brevard County Home Hnil, Hall, The Gang All LEMON and MEGGINSONArchitects
ihoe facing the Girl Scout Jones. Each girl repeated one of Demonstration Agent, Mrs. SueB Here'1, 'Let me call you Sweet ,
Candles, the twenty.five Brownies the laws "When'ere You Makea Young heart" and 'Beer Barren RIeg 59c I

were: very Impressive in their Promise" was then sung by the Some 22 ladies wore present Polka. This was followed by a
uniforms and white gloves troop. at this meeting, representing 10 duet by Helen Rowe, pianist, and Announce Th. Relocation: Of Their Offices From (Quantity Unlimited) ,; d dai
The program was opened by a Each girl was presented their out of the 14 H D. Clubs In Bre- her son Leonard Rowe, on the 11 Main Streetto /
flag ceremony with Cindy Sain' Brownie Wings by Mrs Lois card County. trumpet, "Anniversary Walt,' I I IS'I' ''o+n, pf41 '' I W ;opt'hl \

calling the commands and Cheryl Sain, Co-Leader. Mrs Young addressed the A humorous>> skit was presented
Powers as flag bearer and After the saying of the Girl by Richard Bessey and his wife n tool ?d
ladies and reminded them that 1
I 2222 South
Vlckl Rufo and Kathy Merrifield Scout Promise In unison, Mrs !good meetings did not just hap- Dorothy of Indian Mound Washington AvenuePHONE .I 1
as color guard. After the singing Post pinned the girls with their pen they take thought, pre Grange "A Skirt is a yert." 267-7972 ,, Radl Fluride GhM S4e

tit America, Mrs Lester Post, Girl Scout pins, Each gill gavo paration; and knowledge of Par John Geil, Lola Cell and I t00THPASTE r
leader of the troop, welcomedthe the Girl Scout handshake and liamentaryprocedure to make Frederick Verney showed the --- -
guest and introduced Mrs salute Carol Chreist led In pray. forming of the Grange Emblemand .,
them a success Everyone enjoys DAVIS LAWN
Alyc James who gave a short er and the program was closed going to a club where the busl told what each part of it I
informative speech on the mean by the ringing of Taps. nest is short and dispatchedwith represents tae Ii
ing ci! Brownies flyirg.up to Mrs. Marge Bunker, Assistant tare Following Intermission, Hannah MIf 1 STAti1P M Chinch
Junior Girl Scouts leader was In charge of refresh
Tebo (OuanNly Unnmltd)
If the is stimulatedand reported a rummagesale
Several girls participated In ments and Mrs Gayle SwingUf program TNl Bugs
to be held at the Titusvllle
educational and of
entertainment t wKh Susie Cbfvfriaa prayed the. plane. plenty ,,9i nrp liar ,it.. ,Jil IU Alf,
Chamber of Commerce buildingon
teak" tft for recreation and n I
announcer Kathy Swingler social hour, the only way for all Saturday, June Cth Worthy 72$4 Fungus
flayed a piano solo, 'DistantBell' Visitors at the home of Mr. Matter Richard Rowe announcedthe
three to be accomplished is for
and Kenneth last Worms I
and Cindy Sain played Mrs Frey
officers and chairman of commit annual picnic of Riverside
Riding' On A Mule" Vicki Johnson weekend were Mr, and Mrs. Pomono ta be held at
tees to be well prepared and on Grange i FertilizationLARRY'S I Reed Super-211'.
rented "To See Alorld" Anthony Beruttl from Eau Gal.
a poem the beam about starting on time Vero Beach on Saturday, June
,", and dance lie. Mrs. Beruttl is the sister of ,0'
a 13th ,
arrange- Never wail for one It with all 4th and 4th Degree PLENAMINS
ftient was given by Sharon Mrs Frey, and Berutti is In the person Members and their friends Invited ',,! -- -- :w
Is not fan for those
llolmes' Lisa McGlone Terri .,U.. S. Air Force ,stationed at compon I
It will 1 I
; tune. be i basket lunch .,
Harvey and Kay ..Rejriojds1 ) ,. ;,":,I' Patrick' 1 tlr Force Base:')!e is Lolefta} '. t 'h SAVE $$4J9
b.FNtQnnflw ;;
Mrs. Du Goss, Editorof
The troop sang Girl Scout. I under orders to leave for Germany I I. R. C. Little L..u. / T
"Orbit", the H.D. ,
in September and the'
gether/ If You're Harry and -
Major League This past ( uAlfmHd)
jcob Ladder. whole, family will accompany spoke to the vice president) _
hint:. about the type of material and week, starting with the first PI
Sabfna Post, Donna Williams information game, Tuesday evening last, the sp
they are preparingfor
nd Paulette Baldwin explain.d Pigeon Racing their clubs Mrs Mary Slaby Tigers edged out the Braves 4.3.
1 that the three large caidles On the mound for the Tigers was
in a race from Macon, Georgiaa spoke on the duties of secrctar
and for the three parts of the 338 mile race recently stagedby lea Rodney Blank nshjp, while R. Customers and Friends
irl'Scout Promise and each otc the Gator Club of Homing .r.y Vester pitched for the Braves, +" Reastl Super -1N'.

girls lighted a candle pigeon enthusiasts Bill Ouell Third Anniversary' The second game that evening We Will Be Closed For
Margo Bunker explained then ettes bird of Titusville came In CelebrationThe was also close with the Yankees PLENAMINSt
small candles represent then putting down the Bulldogs 65
for first place at a speed of 1270 Third Anniversary of India .
Girl Scout Laws They were Pitching for the Yankees was R.
yards per minute, Ken Freytbird n River Grange No. 181 and Schwartz and 0. Young pitchedfor I :t SAVE $LS9 .><
came in second at 1206 y.p Indian Mound Grange No. 177 the Bulldogs VACATION T e .I
STEEL m., while Johnnie John of Mer was celebrated at IRC Civic Center ,
rift Island bird came In third at bit evening On Thursday, May 21, the plratei r iQu.Ml/y Unlimited) ,
SHELVING 1190 Thursday held the Tigers at bay, 111 JUNE 1.7 :
CABINETS y.p.m.Last These two lodges were organizedat In a real slugging match. Rodney i It..lit / II, yl
Saturday another race the same time Blankenshlp of the Tiger Looking Forward To Seeing You Monday
BENCHES was staged by the lime club Worthy Master William Row ,
TRUCKS from Chattanooga, Tenn., a die. presided. The honored guests the slanmcd season the Into tint the home center run field of June 8th, When We Re-Open 4r 11 A. M
lance of 500 miles Birds werereleased Robert Weitphal. the first
were: creboard with the bases loadedIn 1 r
RACKS at S:38 a.m. from that Master of Indian River / Ouw.
Worthy the third Inning. After the Inn Thank You
BINS point, with Bill Ouellcttes bird Grange/ and Mrs Westphal leg, he was presented with a new I SUCARYL49c
coming In first at 841 yards per Lady Assistant Steward of Flo. ball by W, W, James Sr, A new
web..to*M".:2stuart minute and Ken Frey bird at ride Stale Grange; John Oell, a ball I I. presented each year to LARRY'SWhat's
1_'".J.IWn a."OdNcNtc4 / 760 The weather hot
y p m was State Grange Deputy and Mrs the boy hitting the first home
george and., the race consequently was Gril, Chairman of the State run of the season In the fourth -
nw ,_cu: 1.141IMG slow, Grange/ Health and Welfare Inning Allen Collins of the Plratei .
0.*._..,_Mali Mi>n CL*AM IIl02 2,,\ltUJ Committee, Frederick Verney, smacked a home run over (Ouanllfy UnIImOd)
FAST HOBNSQjj PHIANDQ'ifUsTilleToll H. D. Officer Training District Deputy and Mrs. Ver the left field fence with one man in store for stocks?

Mm. Muriel Graham, president ney, Richard Bessey, Worthy on base Marty Cooper pitched I
Free! .el"ct of the IRC Home Matter of Riverside Pomona for the pirates with P. Ringer That never easy to answer we admit

Dial AM 7-6859 Pcmenstratlon Club, and. Mrs Grange No 3 were recognized and M. Morton pitching for the But Mitt: the help of our Research Department in

' Mary Slaby .secretary elect of There were nine Charter Mem Tigers New York and with the sponsorship of the Cltlsen* Y,
I _-- I Indian River In the second of the Hd.rY. Tablet
Inn from
! present game Bank we've just put together a two-hour answer ? ,
. Crimea, and seven Charter night the Brsves put down the that should make a lot of sense to any seasoned Investor ASPIRIN '
mrmlier present from Indian. Elks S 3. W, Teel) and B. Morton 'J
e 1 Mound Grange Eleven of these pitched for the Braves with R
and M Martin If like to hear it thoroughgoing discus-!
were present at the first organizatiorul Hall S Hopkins you'd a 100 '
GET ONE meeting on the mound for the Elks. stem of basic trends In out economy, a series of specific -
BUY At intermission, a program On Friday, May 22nd, the league suggestions to meet various situations and objectives )

was presented by the Lecturer, leading Pirates romped over during the months ahead then don't miss (Quantity Unlimited)
Helen Rowe She read an Anniversary the Bulldog II B. Steven our Stock Market Forom

Prayer composed by pitched for the Pirates and .D Ware holding It on Wednesday evening, June 3rd.
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ri'I I 1 at Broad; ) starting at 7:30 p.m. sharp.

DAVIS NURSERY Bullish or Bearish, we think youFl find these two ounce

ONE COAT ON HGWY. I 3.ML NORTH OF OAK HILLON hours well spent, think they should prove extremely
;- OIL IASIHOUSI 9a LIFT SIOI GOING MOUTH helpful to even the most experienced investor SWEETA dOv.nti

FAINT 8 BALL COMPLETE LANDSCAPING TREE SURGERY There's no charge connected with the Forum, of

e w rf s n.M tae iLU3 Fre Estimates course, but admission will be by ticket only. 1.98

paur.n.euwln ONE WEEK SALE. STARTS NOWf If you'd like to come, simply call and tell u* you'll
.w e.alr be there, orjust mail ue the ,
a.n.n.r s rasnre F-I Llfluslrum 20" tall . . .70 MM.M. 9WN .../. .roupgnbeloy! L.U.Nei ( UnIlmlydl zYbDaylin
R aroNuRU.r rr swear rtHa Large Azaleas, 4 varieties 36" tall 100Viburnum. i I would like to attend your Stock Market Forom

pvrl"te dwMr Mrs .18" tall . eo :. . .75 Wednesday evening
1f a.rrw wltaen Coco Palm. I' height . '.***... tSO
Jasmine 5 varieties 2 ft. tall . . % . .75 June I Q

Roses Dr. Huey Stork . > 1.75
Dwarf Scheff.ra, 3' tall . . . 100 PI.U4'm.11' n. ..tickets to .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. Chewable Children'aVITAMINS
SPECIAL OFFER I WEEK ONLY Bird of Paradise, 2 ft. tail 0 !.*& NameAddress

CALKING: COMPOUND: Crown of Thorns . .. . '", . 1.00 .. .. .
Ixora. yellow sad red. 3 ft. tall ,. . 3.M ? 'Poor*
TUBE . 25e 1.50
Ilex. 2 Varieties . Yw Iuy
Camellas. 3 varieties, 3 ft taU. >" ,. MO r SAVE . $$1.58100 Tab MIe1 4 4Gu.rddy

IV taD . .. . ... .$." 1.00 HNtamNlLL LYNCH,

.,anoah H.Uy Tree .. .. 302$ stews Mf MI awe mane III .'".,.>"... nine. ma ue'wn! *""**

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Im RECEIVE).: AWARDS George Fayson, Athletic Directorat Most Valuable Baseball Player; Larry Gantt, Most Valu- '>I,
FOOTBALL AWARDS Coach John Gaines Is pictured, Tommy Edwards, Best Blocker; Charlie Huggins, Most Gibson, is shown talking with athletic award winners able Football Player, Ernest Pender, Best All-Around I Iketball
with the four athletes who took the top football trophies Valuable, and Butch Morgan, Most Improved. (S-A following,: the Sports Banquet at Gibson High School last Athlete; and Iverson Brandon, Most Valuable Basketball '
n at Saturday night's All-Sports Banquet at Titusville High Photo). uP week. Pictured, from left to right are Raymond Gantt, Player.--A Photo). .
School. Left to right are Larry Jarrell, Best Defense; ;

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GIBSON AWARD WINNERS-Shown with their trophies Clarence Home, Ail-Around Basketball; '
and certificates are sports winners at Gibson High ing In rear are William Shivers, Scholarly Stand'I
School's award banquet, held Friday night. Left to Eddie Lewis, Best First Year Athlete. Athletic
s.'r right are Horace Allen, Best Ineman; Ida Kendall, Baa George Fayson is pictured it rlght..-(S-A Photo).

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with Assistant Principal Frank Tomdale are (left to right) Valuable in Tennis---A Photo)., ;
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& --- girls chosen to serve as varsity cheerleaders for Tltusvillo seated in front, Is shown looking over some Tournament to be held in Orlando
ROGERS CONGRATULATES Pepper lie Huggins, voted by the team as the Most High School for the next school season. They also cheered of his scores which he recently bowled, next month. Greg won first in the Junior
A Rodgers, left, offensive coach at the University Valuable Player in football. Huggins is at the Blue-White game Friday night. From left, they in the Brevard County Junior Bowling Boys Handicap Division. Abo on the teamis I
of Florida and guest speaker at quarterback for the team. Also picturedis are; Trlcla Taylor, Vicki Hamilton, Donna Parker, Bar- Tournament, with County Bowling Association Judy Miner. In the back row are Stew
v> Saturday night's All-Sports Banquet at THS Athletic Director and Football bara Diccson, Brenda Hinkle, Sandy Stowers, and Marsha President Bob Miner Davis was Brockett (left), Miner (center) and Jerry
Titusville High School congratulates Char- Coach John Gaines.-(S-A Photo). Stroud. Marsha is the captain and Sandy will serve as the only member on the team to place Kunlsch.-(S-A Photo).
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I SWIMMING with the two swim- yard individual free style races along\ with team, is shown receiving the THS sportsmanship annual Most Valuable Basketball pictured is Ray Cowart, who received th.
Monhollon, Is pictured the Most Valuable" on entering relays.-(S-A Photo). trophy, from Athletic Director John Gaines. (S-A Player of the year trophy to Larry Jarrell, foul shooting award.-(S-A Photo). 'r::,1W.dna
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-H" I.R.C. NEWS Marcum and Mrs Sally Martin Last Monday evening the first
,.:t- homer. They made It 11 1 on two.P' on six walks, four errors and
errors I hit batsman and a walk alnples by Kea Bingham, Roger were appointed 'Ce- hairmaa of service was held by the Rev.
in fhftiird.fresfen MmM, aM Jimmy Bslavert, (Continued frdm Page 3)) the Concession Stand! Commit. Hugh Beasley fur the Revivalnow

GrfrtnJ *1W *frtfcl odf\ .', ., the (after gelling floe onHI"fE'rf. tee''. tttt Bicker reported thattwo In progress at Central Baptist .
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Star-Advocate Sports fen' tfttf walked M tit fled' 911' tads A tMsil more Minor League teams Church. Every Inch of parkIng .
for the Elk. would be fielded next week, the'
nor Billy Evan was charged The Indians rounded out the way pac was utilized) en
.1tIf IW ekkat' iHght wHIt Plow raw hi the!' fourth Major League' Standing fh ntxmeeting' : / \ of tnft of- church\ parking lot and e9 all
a* lit Sin ifiet' win be MS on June122at alder ft It! late to estimate that
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NEWS AND VIEWS fa'fte*' *rt _..._..1. 4 4 pawed hit! and 11M **"*' 9.r04t Team Wen< tortffcrt fie Kfttt tales BenrHmJ' Alley bCEAI 305' aid 4M peopl atflrnl -
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tewrflV plate Brave IS 11 M'/ fer M ale Bttverf edged five = ,: i P r .oletaltr rMAva: by defeating the Twins f-t Het- .4001
Sfhw* LKffc( Le$go aetlmt last fttmtt 4-1 Mr Lffffl tttf.* peal c: ..n'211 it I eP..wen I IHHttc'f,A 4 IIAamt Dunhh.r Aa A aM'0 tort and Hart Itched again for 1
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Roman ecftnwfed for tit Bra wty at they toot 14 edge it1.: Cal0Arw t.f. o.fl.. 0 It .'''1'''.. ..b 0 KRyeoww"'. .C 0 1'f I'f Twin bowing to the Cubs this
tW end AraMe whirlIyalrrmatl IW the itt 'M eft iwgw fcy $ terroffimw ..t".u 1 e e4or.a .... r. 1. I' nw. mao.sw4; I I : C time 150-" Kunlsch pitched for
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John lM&' bagged 2tMt 44 Wlftr. flay WftWlf Wr AAV l'.i.C.P. a aafrratmsoo r..K"M:; :l.L. f i I I": I pat dawn the Colt IS, with Sav I_ ihI0bBI-uT1J r.aeaNi0SAVE ..

Aablet t mute.' Romamt rfl6't4 F M ftlf ATM 61I wait( i Portf 'tesgtter t.r I e e e t.I 0m arie pitching for the Cardinal. .-nr

also pitched for the Yanks, glv- fielder's choice, and a single by dttmd nolmmr lit l.f t. It 1 0 =,." ( kC. C I : I IIlartowlets and McAtfrstet on the mound forthe4
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'''l1clllf'd. towfl three taft hit* They peered two more !Iff the ,..5hi Pent M'gue avftoA rr. yoleTe .1441i20 twa / 1Is. / Cardinal' clinched\ their held on
accounted for four eMit making It 4 0 on ait error Leagttd I
tIW. plat day evening'! IIfto the/' ,rel'd' pHclr ... Ab a n ROI' first place by putting down the
In. hit bt ma' #, I'' Wai*:, ltd Ice rk 111 1 0 0 eOro.a.Ib
funs batted a I e Twins 107. Wisby went all the :
Ing of Terry Eriyart. The Giants 22 Braves 0 1 0 0 0 ;i ::!:! "'
Lord single by Taylor The Rams with Helton ; ;: ; :
:Batteries-: Romans and ; took, the lead l Ia the first on back Crncketl I. 3 0 I 0 way for the Cards
TMT DWn gerv IIeIriwtt the" two 1 0 0 0
aeored1 one hr the fintrt tttiMt dtt a. Noble. C .
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Jobs aid John Lawyer to Saul Mla' W ins setWIy fm 6ft QueenRt I 0 0 0 pitching
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Cvattf 8JUl09 i, dbllbla. $ OM un-ct o as of 5/22 sea.. lilt .* iTi rasa si m *... "......,, few" awi .
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aeW J I two1 Roger stt1'se' toE si*, wlked Thw DWTgett eaxlcd Cubs i' ..) J 1 FOR A FINE FINISH
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0 t 9 9taaaK tint, and was the tmer. error, and t yawed IW tII. flllilf I'tII\Mf lid lIIMeen 1HUffut. League Colts 1 2Twlnt
Ihh a 11 0 0 Score by Innings: th)\, PlTafel' picket no-( four mor' run a* they tent 'trjM** bat- \ e 4 START WITH BRUNlNG!
BitrrMK: 4 1 I 1 markers m the aecoM" o# threw lets to* A* pfaf: flettttrnftM for itHrll tjflt "t11taio4boo.
MomhrClwrln Beavers 4 tRams
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gall, and base !Kit* by SWaInS S .1M s'.
4 41 41 0 dngte! by Ken Duff, Jimmy
Batteries: Holland and Churchmen Brown Joe "a"lfntnClllltit Decker Amos'' ), and Mike Cragef, and Joe peke::: f J :.0= I"IIfm. "1 The Little League AIn diary of
Teslt n 11. 4 Kelly ((8))
; Rogers ,eel India River City heM its
and Cnyavt't doubfe The Glfrtt regular
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YA1K illI: Score Made W ... W fhe third on1 three Tney' added fwd more M the 1. itta LIIA<< iii N'e4 I nCC monthly meeting' last Monday YOU

,.... .. All t n RDliRlenj.Oaw tent 111':11111: ': walk*, douftfe ty Evan, and eeond1' on' font # lW' fw wild f.- w.w tin "..f. e.t. evening... lit five Meeting
."' tun ,41. II n airCardinal a single by Dot' Hemke. Tw n!. pitches, and tH total tases. i ,edmr5Ver4 Room of the Rivet Lanes BowlIng THANKTo

4.4 1 0 I OJ.oktn I Rlllot I -3h C( S 4 0 0 0* : rate scored three lit !belt\ htl/ The Dodger" made n it* withal I...... 4 i ,400.an.14WN Alley.Presiding1. :
rnro.tor 1 4 1 0 K lly abC 10 on four. walk, t fielder' etafetY' I ,11111 jlllm. wit the president 1
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Franoap Wordaa I a 1 0 BrowndCP20 S 14 O and single by Arthur flrflo. wait: two- error, *. ll ltler', JHt,. Sfll'tle11Uetcer. Others present The Many

MIA",Lord I f t 0 Johns-lb Taylor Ib 1 I 0 0'1 0 1 Robert Dix was the winner' Me ehelce\ ltd t douW' '*Mf tingle cfifle wore: Agnes' Steven, Mar-

_n."nICImbl.r"l I 0 0 '0 Payn.Rhumaa. -L(B. 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 S struck out six and walked AxiVTerry ', 61 ttl'l' trllflt. Ill. Dbtlgers As s gavel M.ofeiMt, LM Stwwi, f red* Fine Folk
iWylm I 0 1 1 MoDouall L( 1 At S Enyart whiffed heft and rounded Me the seormi of the Tootfg' Yfvhnt Harwon, Grace iC
Anton Rf 0 0 0 0 walked four In relief for fh\* M- game with run ta the lath on Sanborn Iffy f'1Im'ttHr' Laura
1Ct.," -41 11 11 Rhaffer M 1 0 0 0 I rates Dan Smith wa* ffi. Awer two error, a walk and shigleBy Spwwf Clink Cams\ ifHtfred1 Wtlty file! Juan-! Who Worked

I striking out five and walking' Billy Evan: Kenny Buff\ was It* Ye tWt'I.' 1

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Brevard Lumber CompanyHEADYMIXEDINTRANSIT Score by tnnmg' : gate twoMt' _; a aMglW to \ Hill Country Cloth' $2'71.2' bid bee turned ever to f

GUnfs jilt 1*1-1 I 1PlrMet Refer\ he""* IW the\ aletledId and'\ a .Hi rt1ttrM f ant week b Ant the Little League M the result

1 CONCRETE M I*.# I tf attire' M I Randy t'aldeed\ M the Tgol/ elmM[ at Ove club beginningk of the Auction and Bake Sale Voted For Me *

Building Materttl Lumber Paint Hardware Batteries: D. Smith and P. third. Kent Blankenshlp was. the Data fL311cky geld by th*, organization earlier -Z_

WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSESLet Evans; Dix, Enyart ((4)), and loser. Pitolek, Association ths month.'' Margaret Marcum, .A
Pert I IChtn-m**, said the.tfinio would .; A Sincere
aid\ Mean Chairman A
Us Give You An Estimate Score by Innings: Way < suggested1
Box Score: "h'" held one trf each week, tmrt toffies of tanllt'
Prompt Deliver t>hon* AM 7-3831 nLett'taNAm Dodgers ((13)26) 1..2 T 2 tIE last \
firfw0) rt : '.Wl and tt* ffaverlMf and Septa ef be
A"' w If R'ereDel. Braves 000 6- 0 t 10 tif ptebtbly' S PA. Poppet Thank You!
la Hamka ale 1 1. 0 Batteries: Blankenshlp, Quinn sold w e fuAff tfJsfiVg' "' '}eef tot -
+ Bnloko 2b 8 0 O ,. The Jay would Include
: - - - g (1)), Pecha ((4)), and Day; Duff. the purchase of a roaster oven
; : I and I room? Of golf Ift the mornIng for at the Concession
FREE edOXttt AICU? it'11' i and Evans, Erneat ((3)) hot-dogs
: stNO lOft -111 1.0 1 plus films and supervised Stand. This was affirmativelyvoted
., Mi onIt i \ Box Score:
Ii ... V.,1lip. 0 e. noon rut.ham. : entertainment in the afternoon. and plans will be made for Burns
J Qn l'' f trtitO RS: i 0 Ak R II Rnfa Ages will be from 10.18 and these sales. Haydon
I 'Jtrf 0 0 g Amos 21 a I I 1 will be to both boys and
II'j 101555, Itt I. Push .lb I 0 0 0 The membership chairman reported
Broyles. III a 4. 1 girls. that she had sent out
j I.;! Total I, raa.'TM 1" IC C Duff gObl.1 .P CI II t 4 I .1 i Participation will be limited to membership cards' and letters to DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR

P.m. "II a JINt./ lb lbr j a aRrrralmeoa children! whose parent are all mothers of Little Leaguers m GOVERNOR

;:J FLORIDA-AND ITS 1 ahnre rtruon. ..:" : eICnyart I r ;::: .cLr. LI I r 0ranvn.e I .!. memfter of either the Men's orWomeMa thin' city and area, Inviting themto (Pd Pol. AdvIWE'LL
Ib, P I S 0 an I fIJ Golf Association at join the auxiliary as to help

:1 OSX&. MoI.hl.....hl'n''I V "A Sl DI.Potf.C H..tlmu. P. III. Ib a I S 1 1 I e t ::k.tt .C R RRamlHrx 0 I I': I I'tolltl .Whtopertng Muds Country Club the Little, two League mothers Of the showed IK Invitations op1- -- --- - -

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III.d. CI I" C e p.1. 0Qrlnn ''took firrt place In A and B that news Items should be turned
M.rrlam: CI ; .CIII, P. 111 : : : aDavm.eran MIX ANY PAINT
: = I : : : In for the Indian River City
Coiburn RI Oh' S01anken.hly flights M the Conforti Realty 11
Ro.m.ry Itt I I 0 41 : J : I Little
P, 0 hole Golf Tournament at Whispering News column, as the Lea
foUII II I" a t Jane Whets.Powell-Oh. act e 1 0 IPnobn Hills Country Club last gue ws one of the beneficiaries
; trade 'inYOUROCDPOllARQIDll ir.I1 P I : ; S week. COLOR YOU WANT
Pony League Jerry Pnwell cr e e 1ekldmoro
CI I 0 I 0 Taking second place in A cj last week and will conclude

Yankee 11 t Dedgcr t Rood Rt. Lf. Sb .S"a.a .0 ettowaa flight was Sue Thomas while June 21. The 9-hole Wednesday
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-' :l: NpLCAMERA Preston toyntoa Lf I O. 0 Efaine Dehmlow took second In and Weekend Tournament win. .. just on our
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B nets will be decided with three
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FORJHENEW'; '*' ,,;; a Another tournament was start- out of five low net scores,
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r Redman Places Third In U. S. Open large-it Roof Sanford Trui Dwltr PrcfakrKatlng Member SyiUm World'

Football returned to TitusVillc for a short Visit Friday PANNING LUMBER (0. ,

bight just long enough to giVe everyone the fever and the
White team a 13-8 victory over the Blues. Round To AtlantaJohn NEW U. S.1 SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY
The strategy employed by the Coaches, the working a tin Qualifying PHONE 267-6883
Metes! and the teamwork was identical to last year's but it I
)tiU didn't took like the terrors.
That with slot position swingingto
offensive change a
look like a team. fcedman won a third with 156'1.RedllU. glad' to pull third place.He newest coif course' lie will
motion, made them spanking new
One thing for sure, Charlie Huggins is destined to betomc place spot In the State Qualifying won third position said Tuesday, following the serve as full resident professional Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Result*
v ? one of the finest all-around quarterbacks in Titus Round for the National. S. after eliminating the other three qualifying round, he may entera of Royal Oak
Open Golf Tmirament at Bay In uddenleath playoff by tournament at Fernandlna
file's to he did last a
if he continues
history !Jte.White foot-yeard Hill\ Country Club In Orlando making I birdie four on the par Beach, June t and thru go onto
again Friday night in the intra-squad Atlanta June! 8 for the final
Tueaday and will compete{ Ik the five first hole qualifying
1 ill game. final (qualifying round In Atlanta round.
\ A methodical player, who displays abilities lust by next month. Yfo new Royal Oak Golf and
himselout of Country! Club t'Professional his Winners at Atlanta will then
i loving an arm or a foot, Huggins worked Redmah defeated three! ether
6 t everal I tangling situations that could have resulted in a Florida golfer who were In a lee that! in the land, blasted out be eligible for the! U.S. Open at
tvith ah right. Iron and then hit Washington, D.C. 1 % /
i nt to elude the traffic. third place He fired round of a MX Iron about ilx fed from the Redman has been living In Tl

And, David Ward is heading in the same direction at T8 and 50.Winning. hole tusvllle over a year, working f
about the same speed. In fact, someone along the side- the event Redman laid he was not play. with Royal Oak Golf and Country
were a pairOf
1 fine asked how many stomachs does that Ward guy have? long hitting amateurs from the \hie up to par, however, he was Club officials to ready Brevard'a BIG r CAR' SERICE

]ividently, it's three or more University. of Florida, Laurie
I On the opening play of the game, Ward twisted his left Hammer, number one man on
jnkle and came limping to the sidelines complaining "just the Gator golf teem with rounds Pinder Gantt Take PtfijtoRM / e eI *
my luck." He wasn't on the bench long, lots of tape appliedby of 75.77 for a 38 hole total of 152. ,
Coach Monhollon and he back in. Richard
Larry limped Second place was Leek- 4
I He didn't carry the ball for about three plays but, when ey, of St. Petersburg with 7778 _1"EXPERT _(t) '_
he did, he stalked four and five yards at a whack. for 155.
Gibson Honors
r With 8:28: left in the first quarter, he picked up five The tour-way deadlock for Top i HERE'S WHAT I'LL DO
1sit' 1
yards in his own territory on a punt return, but he also third and fourth places devefcipetfa -
twisted the ankle a little more, and for the second time Redman Joe Bagnato of Lake Ernest Pinder received the outstanding lineman. Correct Caster
fame!. chugging off. Wales. Jefeft Wells '"f ftorrento '
Best All Around Athlete Trophyand Winning basketball trophya till I' Correct Camber
and aiftMttr, Mac Bite tt
'Ward made three good runs of 40 yards or more and itvas Orlando Larry Gantt received the Iverson Brandon most valuable '%
if his ankle in he would all (Infer*! tfce J*-h te day were & I tho
Correct Toe-In main
rumored, was tip top shape, most valuable football player player; and luvada McCul- ,
still be running.Of award during awards night at lough, most valuable girls ath of abnormal tire h
cause wear
course, there was also Gene Melvin in the backfield, LlBeodett Gibson High School lilt week. lets -i f "
and the hero for the White team. Presenting the awards was Inspect steering
Melvin was having trouble picking' up yardage duringthe Gibson! High School Athletic Director Most outstanding forward was Ianl Shepherd '
first half, then began breaking away for gains of four Club (tails George reason. Beverly Marshall and best all-\
find. five yards per carry. That is, until all heck broke loose. around player was 2. EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE
Other football award winners Clarence Horn.
The White team was behind, 8-6 with 4.56 left in the
were Homer Cannon, outstandingback Winning tile most Scholarly
game.White Your Support ; Mack Stroman, most cooperative athlete award was William J, II'S WHAT I'LL DO ,
had the ball on the Blue 48, when Melvin started
off from scrimmage. His touchdown of 44 yards was the athlete; Horace Allen, Shivers Pull front wheels and Inspect :

one of the longest runs of the evening, and put the White 1 bo> you enjoy ballgamest brake lining and drums :

team ahead 126.Defensively pall'Park at at Sand the Point Little you League can County Junior Bowling Winner I "i' :
it was a great game. find real action and entertainment !t Clean, repack adjust
Charlie Griffin made number of tackles'' fot the
a large from /5 to 9 p.m. wheel bearings ;
Blue team and tore every offensive" linittrt in the field. Enters Stale Tourney In OrlandoGreg .
And, so did Don Toney, the junior athlete who fouled upa Alt this U possible through 1 Adjust' brakes' and add fluid :
knee the last donations from our local mefchanti William House
against Cocoa in second game of fair sea on> Other entries from Titusvllle .
winner of the
All of this on the Blue team plus several more. Big Tint and Interested citizen Davis,
Brevard County Junior Boys were Stew Brockett, who rolleda EXPERT WHEEL BALANCESERVICEStanley ..:.
Marshall, a 195 pound tackle got the first score for the Blue Went yes\ help these people Division Tournamentheld 1115 and took third place In the

team on a blocked punt and a safety 8am Wortham Click pmtde Mnlnt this the entertainment"Tltu vlJle Little by Handicap last week.end In Cocoa. will, senior division boys scratch:, HERkVa WHAT I'LL" DO' .
ed fine from the fullback and defensive linebacker position, Miner took third '
Tltusvllle and Gateway and Judy a
saying nothing of the accomplishments of little Bill Hat-din. Letgwe Rooster by the Club"Little, which IIipMisorcd represent Lanes In the Stale Junior place In Senior Girls Handicapwith Remove both wheels and
Hardin 'Weighs probably 150 < making wet and played League 1001.Brockett .
pounds AvxlllarfT All it takes la a Bawling Tournament next! month a completely Inspecttlresand
the monster position for teams. small donation on your part. The Tournament will be held rolled high games of ,valves ,* $., **.
Coach Gaines said he was one of the outstanding playerson at Sky Lanes, in Orlando.
the field. Your donation will be used to 21S and 207 while Davis' high Balance both front wheels
Going further with the Blue team, their entire attackwas defray expenses Ibr equipmentand Davis, 13 year old Parkway est game was a 211.
centered around three people. Quarterback Huggins, to cover the cost of some student, rolled a six game ser! Also entering but not placingIn assuring you of:' safe easy

Fullback Wortham and a newcomer to the varsity ranks, badly needed Improvement. t t. lei of 1097. and beat Craig Davie the top three was Jerry Kunisch. Steering, increased tire
sophomore Lawrence Neiman. Playing the tailback position the ffetdi and dugouts. .of Beach Bowl, by t pins. .
Watf.rd mileage plus protecting your
which is nothing more than a halfback, Neiman hauled in When you are approached to ,
at$ least five passes from Huggins, who had been unable to Join the "Booster Club", pleas '-' car from vibration damage
reach either of his ends, John McConnell and Bob Grissom. lay YE8. H you are not approached -"J..IJ''A.

Talking about the White team, it was War all the way, and would like to donate 1 ,
.t Glenn Long played a good game at fullback, along with please call Mr. Doris Funk % -',' .
Hill Woodward at center. homer at AM 7-0487.. I] $ .

i The line was charged by Bill McBride, mother sophomore Present feeester Club Member ATDOCKINNi... A a ) .

standout, and Tommy Edwards, an expected" shiner, Mr. and Mrs Ike Rliell, Oil TITUSV1LLE MARINA n \ ,, 0' ..
Who made all-county center last year Schoedel, Mr and Mfs Bill YACHT BASIN 'J'I .
Partelow, Mr and Mrs fed Mix -J. n ..
ion, Mr. and Mrs Jim Everman, ALL YOU CAN EAT 'J4 ,
"Now we're ready for Sanford", said Coach Gaines to '
Mt. and Mrs. Warren Corley, Mr
a battle weary group of 35 boys after the game. and Mn Lea Eckhsrd, Mr. and 95
"We got a good job out of tot of people, and I don'twant Mrs. Robert Fwikhouser, Mr FAMOUS MAKE BATTERIES w '
you fellows thinking just because spring football comes and Mri. Warren Swank, Mrs. $100 D.pendable, long-life bttrl M this low, low pile vxc
t an end that football season is over, and won't start again Leota Lundy, Mr and Mrs. Fred Al a ;
til September It's going bto 1 take lots of hard work for us Helsel. I FISH DINNER e.

tc get in shape next year, if we keep working out this
George Anson, Our termer
s mmer we'll be in fine shape when Sanford comes here. '
"I'm especially proud of the White team," Gaines said. Dr. and Mrs. H. Albert" Mr. and FRENCH MllS TIA OR COFMi I ';S" t ;t$t 0 n t advertd.'? hr iJ"TW- ;

'" hey had their backs to the wall, 8-2. but they still didn'tg Mri Crayton Garrett Larry ,.a NOW THROUGH FRIDAY P. M. I I "
ve up." Aker, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wei- .. De LUH Champion NOW, *. FOR :
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han. Mr. and Mri Richard --- --- -
Bleakley, Mr. and Mn. Frank NEW TREADS :

Really enjoyed ourselves at the Tltusvllle High School Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Lelan ''t RETREADS ON SOUND t3' 888 :
1-Sports Banquet Saturday Evening, and especially the Strength, T. Wella, Mr. and Mri. 't TIRE BODIES OR ON I.i
c mments and jokes of Pepper Rodgers, offensive'Coach fort Jack WoodeD, Mr and Mrs. George They Have Arrived! YOUR OWN TIRES flat' tax and 4 traCe-ln tiNe I'
} e University of Florida football team. Gelsler. .f same sine SIC lieu eaf'
next Gator WHITEWALLS or Blackwa" Any Size LI Ud620.13J90.13 :
Answering a question concerning year's
football said "We're be but there Dr. and Mn. Lang, Mr. and I | | .40-U/ | .70.U7| .0-14l560-l640.1S, | Other .'
team :
Rodgers good,
gonna )frs. Ray Maninko, Horace MIx. J 5013 7.00-1 ;,65,90.16() |6.7ai J Urn set9L10 .
9 ( ( (
60-13J 00-1JJ j :
of other look
i better.if* only"one thing, a lot teams like they'll be son Pclhman.Dr and Mn C. Aker, Roy CHRYSLERPLYMOUTHVALIANTCar NaA .

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\ Indirectly, Tommy Edwards and Head Football Coach Card Of ThanksArthur 4f en display ai TltuiYllU'a New Chrysler Ply. l
John Gaines gave the Star-Advocate and the "Ramblin .
the children and 1 mouth. Valiant D *l.r. )' _
Column" a little free publicity. Seems as how Charlie Hug-
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gins has acquired a new nickname, and that is "Half Col- would like to thank each of A- .

umn". No, Huggins is not a Cherokee Indian, I don't think ;you for ;your kindness espreised e I.lb..11a.wBARRACUDA.Did X- '" '" A. tFISHERMAN'S
but the name"Half Column" came as a result of this writer. to us by your prayers, cards,
Huggins' name appears here about half the time. The other phone calls, flowers and gift .. !'
half is David Ward. hiring the past weeki The doc you know that Plymouth won lh. Charlotte .
Anyway, just to set the record straight, I have been tor's reports are good on Arthur :
known to ramble about Huggin and Ward because the two and I brought him home May World "600 also the Dayton "500"? SPECIAL

make >a good writing pair, not that the others don't. It's not 26th. Although the doctor requests -
written that way purposely \ no company for several i ROD AND REEL CLgg: FACE SS.9S
good Ampl l. facilliUf for part and .*..ae.. will b. prorUUd
Just the same, everyone got a out of it, especially weeks. COMBINATION e
Edwards. Respectfully, In th* near (utvrt for Chrysler Products. Com visit ual Hadquart ra for Tack! and Fishing SupplUal ;
The family of Arthur D. ,

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Fast I OW-IIh (1..1) Stir-AaWat* WediMiJay, May V, 1H4

MIMSNEWS Pirlle Plaza

Area Gives Burns The By Mrs.annual Gladys Stag McLtndorv III banquet! Awards RevealedCulminating I It 'round town I

was held May 21st at Mims Elementary
School In the cafetor- the atne-da3'Pittle with' Barbara carl6

Plaza tint AnniversarySale
lum. On each table were bou
Vole which ended 23, was
Good MarginBrevard quell of gardenias, donated by the selection, Monday May morning of Several area kindergarten Building Mrs. J. H. Sechrvst: in bright, colorful costumes for

Mary Ann Seoul's grandmother their final of the year
will have 16 children program
classes will be end- teacher,
the winner (and companion) holding their

County gave Demo cincts In North Brevard, receiving It Is significant that this was less In John Sanford.Bounds gave the Invocation. i receive the grand prize trip to of-Die-year programs and graduation graduating from her school. at 7:SO School p.m. Friday Auditorium.In the Bay Tb e-
auditorium view
cratlc gubernatorial nominee 1,839 votes to 1,184 for High. than half of the number of Democrats New York along with $250. Bay view school
Bill William presented exercises this week and
dance and
with about .sixth of will be the scene for graduation youngsters will sing,
Haydon Burns a 4.000.vote mar Thus one the those
who went to the In plus persons
polls the guests, Mrs. John Bounds, spending money
next with the We tomorrow recite of the things they
gin in yesterday's second primary registered Democrats, North Mrs. who were to receive the exercises of Tiny Tot School many
the Robert Waldrop and Walter
to aid the Jacksonville Brevard gave Burns mare than county. Jacklewlci. various.. store awards. Ones School tomorrow eveningat at 8 p.m. Following a have learned during the past

Mayor in his "sweep" of the one.third of his margin of via And ftrevard! voters indicated 7 p.m. In the Woman's Club delightful program, the 29 child year with Mrs. Lois Wisby,,

State of Florida. tory In the. county, their approval of "famou.namel" Guest speaker was Glen Arch The selection was made( from ren will don caps and gowns to Mrs. Phil Clabourne and Mrs

Brevard voters, 9,382 of them, er, Assistant Principal of Parkway over 12,000 regulation slips receive diplomas from their Kenry Ford as their teachers.
from the when It to voting
Returns throughout pulled the voting machine lever come Jr. High He spoke to the which had been deposited In the burst Broilmaster from Eckerd teachers, Mrs J. E. Whitakerand On Juno 3rd, St. Teresa'i

slate give Burns Miami a 170,000-vole Robert indicating they favored President for a Democratic National Committecman. student on their responsibility!\ soverul Pirtle Plaza stores since Drug Stores to C. A. Howard Mrs Edger Whitaker Catholic School will graduate

margin King over High and Mayor place the Lyndon B. Johnson as Democratic They supported Elli to themselves, home, school, the tale began on May 14th. 41 Fern Avenue, Titusville. On Friday morning, 35 children 45 kindergarten students at 7:30:

candidate for reelection ott Roosevelt son of the late Church and community. River
Gabriel's Episcopal In the Indian City
Jacksonville Mayor In the November Present at the public drawing In( St. p.m.
general election against president Franklin D. Roosevelt, We would like to give special of the sixteen beneficiaries were Other gifts selected were a Kindergarten class will finish up Civic Center. The children will

Charles Ilullcy SL Petersburg Goldwater Gels over 13 other candidates. Roosevelt recognition to the Mothers for the officers of Piitle Plaza Association 3.piece lawn furniture set from the year with a short program present a charming little pro

their help In planning the ban Grants Department Store to Ina Jean and then don white caps
legislator who la the Republican had 3,444 votes to 1,263 for :. president Ed Broom; for their mothers. Mrs. gram

nominee John J, Kennedy, his closest op quet, for with their splendid cooperation Dick Griffin, who represented Dean, 750 N. Washington Ave.; Fey, director, has been assisted and gown to receive their dip-
Brevard voted M.S31 for Burns Al every thing went off Bar B-Que grill from Publix through the school year by Mrs. loma's from Mrs. Rosanne Good
Hod In BrevardBrevard ponent. Following were vice president John Moore; vice-
and 7,354 for High, who won four Brodersun (25 Richard D. Bark Just fine. Our vote of thank for president Mrs. Priscilla Close; Markets to Ed Hope, 1718 Smith Fran Ferguson and Mrs. Jean- win, their teacher, and Fr John

In good team work from Mrs. Joseph Delve S, aim from Publix BarB of SL Terel, '.
of the county's 48 precincts er 799, James Jimmy James 599, and secretary.treasurer Mrs. nie McAdams. B O'Hare, pastor ,

the High "column" were the County Republican Leon Wliitchurst Jr 452: J. 1\. Scott, Mrs Hubert Blair, .Que grill to Diana Shahbas, Congratulation. to all of our

precincts of Cocoa Beach, South are apparently "Goldwater Re Rodgers Jr, 471, Grover Cleveland Mrs Jim Kelly, Mrs. Dean Phyllis Earnest. Assisting the 1308 Ronald Street; from Shoe Firit Methodist Church will future first graders!

Melbourne ((100 per cent Negro), publicans"\ yesterday's voting 441, Jim Fair 404, S L. Kll- Cockcrham, Mra. James Snook, oliidiils was the pretty little R -Nu Shopa, Inc., a shinemas- graduate 19 children Friday

Melbourne Village and Capehart. is any indication. 381 Napoleon B. Broward Mrs. 0. R. Creel Mrs Elizabeth daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Fred ter kit awarded to Mrs James evening nt 7 p.m. In the church.

gore Hlgglnbotham, Mrs B. B. Cox, Sturzcnbecker, owners of ttho been Cakes, pies, cookies and
Burns took all of the eight pro- GOP members In the county 357, Rex Sweat 296, Bill McCoy '. H. Dawson, Penn State Trailer' The youngsters have preparing
Mrs. Thomas Bryant and Mrs. Pirlle Plaza Coin Laundry.
for the first grade under other tasty goodies will be
backed a slate of national con 188 and Joe Csrrln 147. Marvin Shealy. Park; a table radio from Stereo many

vention delegates pledged to The grand prize trip via air Store to Cindy Brady, Roosevelt the direction of Mrs Charles on sale this Friday afternoon at

Robert Creel Goldwater and strongly supported Brevard Democrats pretty A delicious dinner of fruit for two to New York City from Street; dry cleaning credit from Young Rev. Ed Norman, pastor, the "around town" bake sale

Rep. Bill Cramer for National well split In their selection of a cocktail, roast beef, mashed potatoes Orlando and return to Orlando, 60 Minute Cleaners to Catherine tells us the pre-reglstration for sponsored! by Parkway Future

National Committeewoman, Ann and gravy, green beans, Cowart next year has been so heavy America. The
Committeeman Cramer Is $250 spending money and a 114 Nicholson Street; Homemakers of
Dies Tuesday etle Baker led the ticket with 2- sliced tomatoes, hot rolls, olives, they will have two classes The
backers and from will homemade
one of Goldwuter'i biggest check: from the Pirtle Plaza develop. Toy King a Vac-U- girls prepare
in the state Sin voles but Catherine and pickles, celery, Ice cream and .,is and: owners for a meal Form by Mattel! awarded to tint ll already filled with 22 delicacies at home and put themon
Robert Cdww4: Creel l, 87, ot close behind with 1.305 cake was served. May I say children and the second more
The Qoldwater delegate slate not far for two In New York City was Irma Miller, 708 Walker Road. sale at Pirtle Plaza, Big Apple
Ann M. Cramer was aw.ywith here the cake made Mrs.
died Tueaday was y
1213 Hopkins Avenue, than half filled with 13 youngsters.
Plaza and Indian
awarded to Bitty Dolm Box River
Ill polled 1,194 votes yesterday 2,173. Nancy Evans, the Hubert Blair assisted by Mrs. The winners claim
afternoon after a long may their .
while slate of delegates withno had 1,694. 1581, Tltusville. This award entitles Plaza beginning at 3 p.m. and
a fourth! candidate
of Elizabeth! Hlgglnbotham! and awards by
ness. II* was the owner calling at the respec. The $1 students at until item
preferences for president had the winner to select a com young continuing every (J.
Barbara in the decorating live
Tltusville, daughter, places of business.
Creel Abstract of
Wlsby will dress sold
with Kindergarten
panion whom she
9U( : votes. of the cake with the drawing may -
Born In Bonifay Oct. II. 1000. he -
came here 11 years ago from Ids Cramer pulled 1,436 to 507 for F. E. Collins of Mime School on top, It travel.

birthplace Albert Roberts. The vote for was delicious as well as pretty Tha other awards were selected STORE HOURS: 10 A,M. TO 9 P.M.
Republican! National Committeewoman -
Of Mr. Williams presented awards as follows: shirt from Bates PHONE AM 7.1511Ilnd1ceITulips
Survivors are hi* wife, Edith, was extremely close lii Dies; Brother
to those students who had been Mun' Store to Currie Vance,
of litusville; four: brothers, Arthur the county. Helen Morris had
such a help throughout the school 424 Hillcrcst Ace Titusville;
of Bonifay William, }Harold 979 and Fiances Salmon pulled ?
year. They were Roy Harbill, set from Chambers
Mrs. H. Harrell carving::
and Sydney of Pensacola; ana \
8S4.In Steve Stalcup, Linda Holt Dill Jewelers to Jean Kennedy R2 Parade

duufhler, Mrs R. L. Landon'of' the state the unpledged slat Walker, Gerald Wingo and Lane Box 86-D, Mims; $10 gift cer on
Brunswick, Qa. drew the most votes, Some of the
These students have
Frederick Eugene ,Collins, 33, Foster. tiflcate from The Close Shop to
funeral arrangements In delegates listed on that slate taken of the Flags and given .
Jacksonville brother of Mra.lIerbcl.t car Hosella Sandidge Box 382
charge of Smith Funeral home have Indicated they will vote for of their best as the School Pat. Shorts Sets
Harrell of Tltusville, Mim.i; ten free washes from
will be announced would died Sunday, May 24, at Gainesville Coin Laundry to R. Glenn Rut-
evidently felt they were Mary Ann ScoW and Sharon
Hospital! of cancer' of the ter, 100 S Williams Tltusville:
rather send unpledged delegateto Hutcheson 'who faithfully
Cape Wives SlateLuncheon.Card brain. ten free dryers from Coin Laundry .
the: convention than those com opened, shop each morning

PartyAt milled to a candidate (Coldwa Survivors I Include) his wife Nora Blair/ Janice Walker, Nan to Loretta Breusseale, 4221

Colonial ter.) cy Snook Pam Hunter, Patty Beverly St., Titusville; two
LoungeThe Wilhelmina; 8 year old son, Hinkson and Judith Burke helpedIn loads dry cleaning to Mrs T l

Cape Wives will hold a Mike; three brothers Rev W the Library Each of these W, Jamison P. O. Box 683

luncheon.card party, Thuaday, COUNCIL R. Collins of Houston, Texas, were presented a Mlms School Mims; three months free summer 3 to 6x

May 28th, at the Colonial Lounge. Hobby and Wilbur Collins of Students Portfolio. j dance course for one childto

Cards will be featured startIng Jacksimyille;; sisters, Mrs Mrs David Rogers, Dixie!
Continued From 1)) tree
( Page Less think our students ar*!
at 10 a.m. to be followed by Harrell, Me.. Miller of we Trailer Park; an electric Sun 2.99

luncheon at noon; Up for the fire deportment Nol folie, Va. and:.Mrs. Alice un appreciative, \they too hail\ set

All Cape wives are Invited to Adopted ordinance authorizingthe Cross of Jacksonville. some gifts to present, to show /".(>

attend. .use. Of city funds for employ their appreciation for all Ilk wo4t2t

t .as' group hospital and life Insufince Funeral services are being teachers hive pone fur them. To Mrs. RichardsonDies f" t

m 111"1'IHI'I IT mrnT or TNMNIM held tomorrow (Thursday), atIIl1r"olle the men teachers, they presented r
"" JIIMIMI. CINIIIT' or 7to14
r. I."Ho1. IV' ,4M fun HMfcV for it Son Funeral Home In fountain ,pens The woman
Issued a time extension ,
"HI oil hrv
(I"'I'C'IIII"; 1'0.. nosee Konrycutt and Associates to Jacksonville teacher were given Silver Sugj-, On Monday J
PCDuIIAI or HIT complete the preparation of the ar Shells.
AbMOCIATlDN; a corporation assessment roll. It was scheduled To climax a wonderful evening Mrs Victoria Richardson, 5B ; 3.99 set
nranMliMil and anlatlnt' underen GARDEN and one long to be remembered
of 3453 North Itosehlll
Avenue .
Ant ul Inniirwi purauaul la lira for completion June I, but
r.l.nl NHllnualMoriaana, A.awlallon Miss Marilyn White supervised Tltusville, died Monday after a
Charter Ant having lla 1I.lu.clu"1 .a 30 day extension was permit
offlco In Ilia tllv of WainInalon ted. (Continued Frotn. Page 2)) the Square Dancing which was long Illness. She moved here
1)1.lrlo\ Columbia,. I thoroughly enjoyed by all. We 'five
I'lalutirr' Approved application for beer den CircK'tfMrs \! sincerely hope ,these 6th year years ago from Muskogee,

CHARLES I.. fltUCS: ) and CARVI. and win package sale, by 7.11 Schufti appointed the following students will long remember Oklahoma. She was a Baptist.

OLYN 1. DILLS: ). hla on Sit 110.Adopted. chairman her administration 'Mlms
wlfDefendant!. for their years'la' School as Survivors are one daughter,

lIT A TI'J OF FLORIDA ordinances correcting, ,, happy ones.Tituivlll Mis. Elbert Lundy of Tltusville

I TO: CHAHLRN CAHOI.VI': *.L Glt-Md.QlU11f his wlfa and. Section 224: of Chapter 22 and and ono stepson. William Richardson .

whore lout known ....Id.n... la Section 26.1 of Chapter 26 of theclly' City Public planning, Betty (Florida) StarAdvocatePuhllahad of Tituivillc.
8111t Elder HlreaC Tllu.vllle, Lou How *
Bi liner conservation
Florida.Toil code of ordinances.
ar hereby notified thai a ley) finance, Teresa Roman; a.lahllehed. Remains were forwarded today r r i, n
null has been filed lenient you. In Reached agreement with developers Srtimld/
tha above entitled oauaa and that of Missile View Mobile horticulture, Virginia ; Monday, to McLnin, Oklahoma, for rx .yr i it
you are required lo file your an. Hospitality Donna McCotter; WMtnMMara rrliUy. acrylics and Interment under
..... or ether reannnalv* oleadlniti Court and Jules Lechner of May /) .
with tha Clerk of thin Court cad Inaerv telt'phone, Connie Rudcllff; librarian BrAdTllu.vltISlu.vaau' direction of Smith Funeral t
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fair Manor subdivision where @
a eopy thereof upon II ,' Mary Lou Batchelder; At The "tarAavoeaUIlulldtnn home + "
Plaintiff or Plalnllff'a Alt Geneva. '
by the developers will each
whine name and afldreai. la rriifto. membership) Donna Day; program m Main Blr. lTltuavlllfl .1
Krawrr a Holland. toe Palm Aynue. .. for extension oi sewer and waterlines rl.,
Tltuavllle. Florida. not lal., Dot Watts; publicity CrtHO
to and
than Jun llUlh Ilnh It fall to renpoctlv property
you CrlfJIs 7nudaiide develop
Sink ,
do ao a tHxreo Pro Confeaeo will city will pay buck that cost with ;; H......" H Hudson ......
he ntereil ...In.I yen for lha r.. ment Mary Andrews. Mra. Hairl a. Hod,..., V.P. .
Ilif demtnded. In the uomplalnlThla 40 per cent of operating revenue Robed II. Hudson. .MTr.... I
."" la to forerlni a m.rtixa .
The real properly proceededKalnat of the systems when in use. New members'accepted Into ...ood.'I... .....t.. paid .1 Tltuerll.
l I.tIn. Accepted a proposed street do'dlcation membership were Grace Carl / '.. Yluntda.. +
I. Hlm-k. S, OAnPKNDAI.B: deal
for property! being duveloped ton. Carolyn Knlslry, Sue Sum! N.MS.NI, best "
UNIT NO I, aecnnllna: tin ( The set march
plat. thereof recorded n'Of". Ylnrlda. P"ae &.....''M'... 7 young
Charles Heller Louise
by on cr, Miry Ann Sthutte and
Hook 13 page IH uubllo no.orila 1'.11..1 Ied.I.1 Aanrlnta"aHaney 1, es gaily through sum
of nrevard County, Florida.WITNKHH South Lake, The property will Smith. Visitors were Mrs these
H Hudson, Publtanar ," mer in spritely
hand and end ofaald )
Court at my Tltuivllle. nrevard be developed for members of Cecil Grliule, and Piggy Lanti. ltbort, H Huilaon, rdltnrnavlil shorts sets of tulip de
County Florida, thin Win day of Hcllcr'i family. The council approved Dunn;? Advertii't.e Hut.
i May, 1M4 Mrs Andrew Roman, Mr William Oi, Lyarly.' .ClroiilatliiD Micrubwrliillon 3t sign. Shorts are semi-
ri'RTIU R. BARMEN: the dedication, subject to T a= J
William Gardner and Mr. John Rates a boxer style of tulip
Clerk' of the Circuit Court city manager's and city attor steeyourMercury d
Hrevard County PtorldaNot print and lined top is
in of decora
V,At BU.nl.rl ney's approval upon completion. Day were charge y.JlI7.r.r$ :r to North.: .Rnverda solid color with
trounT ,, ) lion for the Installation lunch- Me. 5,00 a as.. ".00IIV tulips

_M.lI 27. lun. .. 10. If tWedh 11164. It THK IIHII ir C.utIlT or TIIK eon Mri. Carolyn! Knlsley ,won ar.i j;'" FlorldnTrno.au' t applJqued on the front.
THK rl"f'I IT 1'111 NT or Tutu. Ml"liu'Voi III JlllKIlL 1'\1 ion! tIMIIir*"" BKfc Or the centerpiece of, fresh flowers aM". 13.0 i Mo. (2,00 Set Is 100,1 cotton.
NKITH JlllirMI tmrtlT HIriOHIIIi
IX' AND! rout l aKABII !tTY made Mis. William Gardner OutaM Resists''
III,tM tH": !so. vainhorl'K by ... .
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('HAhe'v.v: rel.' CellaISIITICII FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT(1AOK --- _.._ _-
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AHHOCIATION, a corporation
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<. IInr'ATlflN. a rower'.lien an Act of ('one,.. pureuant to the
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AM or Cnnaeree ".....met to the Federal National Mnrtiace Aaaog.. d
lallon Charter Ita
Act. hivlni principal
FWrel Nallnnal Mnr'tf' Aa w.lallon
office In the City of WaahInnton Store Hours
Charter Art havinii Ita mix.'
dent o'flra ta the CITY of WaihliiKtoa IJI.lrM of ColumbiaPlaintiff
Dlilrlc-l of Columbl. 10 AM to 9 PM

Plaintiff MATTHEW0"p. PARKER and

THOMAS LYCRANE, r* .1! WANDA I. PARKER hla Dctendaala.wife mdse Titusville Shopping Center I ,. ''' .

'TO: THI'BMAV ECHnid"' sade WANDA J, PARKER, hiewit.
MARIR K h' w"| .. .. whoa. I..t known ...1.
Brevard North Caroline. done I. 1811I Arthur AvnnueKau
Toil are hereby notified that aSuit Onllle. riorlilaIlia FINER
bas been filed anlnel' von ,In Ton .. b..b" nnnflod lhat a Famous Name PRICE CLASS .,-
the, above entitled caiuie and that .all, has been filed nl.inat you 'In
you are ...ul.... to file v"itr .... abono sauna end that ,
ewer or other reanonalva ple>dlnr> you ara required to fllo your an- Famous Fragrance .
with the Clerk of the Cnurt a..44n nwer D' other ....p..n.,.. pln.dlnry' No Better Value 9 rCHILDREN'S
sew A oonv thereof unon the with. lha Clark of thl Court and li
Plaintiff or P'elnil'f.' Al..roDrawer _. -.... s anon the
...h_ name snd .11" .... I. CroNnn t Plaintiff. or""plalntTtT'. A ttnrr.va Around !
Hollan' 11''"a Pelm Ace. who, rem and idilrna la rrortnnHrawa
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Juu *!, l"4. If en, fill Md.. nua, ., Fiorina, not lalarthan Jhra/ I
ao, a Decree Pro Cnnfeaen will Hw lW'.I% If you fall lo 4a nea EASY TERMS!
entered a ffalaal you foe the rnM.femande4 00.... Pro ToafitMO will Ho ...*
In the romtilalnt' Tbl.Sall |. toed ...Ino( you for tha rU'f' itamaadid -
I.0 10..1. a m..rt.,.. In the oonrnlalnt Thin ...1' We Can't Mention tne Name But You'llRecognize INSTANT APPRAISALS!
The real property proceeded atalnat ,la lo fontloaa n lIIort..... T". raalrapartr
proooadad. avalrwt int!
rIM 4. Block HH. Sherwood Lot 4. Hl Park. Section "A", eeoontln In HOWE GARDENS II('8 01 VII.. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY!
tha pInt thereof aa ivnrded. In ION. norordlnc t.. plat IHrr"*
Plat Book 13 Pan 47. nuhlloreooMa aa ....0..01 In Plat\ Bonk IS.Fata .
of Bravara County, ... WIDE MODEL
W Public RMorda of Il SELECTION!
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Florida' / .By Florida DEPARTMENT
WITNRM my hand and -.l M WITNKI my hand and m>al of Reg. 2.50 ISO
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aid Court at Tllnnvlll". H vaeCounty acid Court at Tltuavllla Be.earl
Florida thli :Xtk day. af County, Florida, tbli Mlh d." of McCOTTER
May lied. Mar 1MM
Clerk of the Circuit Court Dark of tha Oroitll. Court I
Brevard County' Florida Bravard Co"nlv. Florida' i Belk.-LJnd.sey Cosmetic Department

fro""T Rot anJ v. P.(.\ tI.c.n.ler ,w .!:.. ';; !, .p"ee'en" 70 $. Wa.hin Tn. Y Avwtu. ,

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taix4drocaleTh : USF Science Kindergarten Set .

Children may register for the

MULLET o Vole ef 25.000 North Bwrard County BMidmU TUvcrvicw Summer Recreation
Institute !
Section 1 TITUSVILLI, FLORIDA, WIDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1H4 Pate I-I and Kindergarten program thr* '
.rv ----- --- -- - ough May 29th The IUv..rvieW'oUk'co .
Isaiah Russell Jr of Tltusvillo
will be for
Is ono' of 4t') tourheis! from 14 open regintra-
linn from 8 a.m to 12 noon and
. slates and Puerto Rico stintedto
June the month of brides asking questions about the 4 4a paitulpute In a seven-week from! 1 to 4 p.m.
1I. Is fast approaching and the missile program with local men the
Summer Dlnlngy tiwtltutu It The kindergarten li not limit
year 1984 Is stretching towardthe supplying the answers
University at South Florida,
ed to those In the Rivervlew
halfway point. Zack Strickland of the NASA
School district. Mini Walter
Dot ,
s. 1964 has been moving right public information office came Kith of the junior high and
along too fast for most of up with I good one during the liUh school tcacheri selected a ircimd year teacher/ : at River-
viewvl\ I lie in ihargo The
us conversation One of the New will ritnve grant unit bevel
kindLrrurti will be In session
I. June Is probably one' of the York men asked what Astronnauts expense to attend' the Insliluta!
from June 22 31
through July ,
,.0() do if found In Tampa
busiest months, when it come to t might they from 1am. to 12 noon
y events and promotions., After vodka on the moon (indicatingthat Supported by I $44,600 grant
U all, most colleges and schools the Russians had arrived from the National Scltme toun-

hold their graduation In June nut). Strickland said that no dallou, the Institute will he held, Ivriglndes and the Florida Keys

e and then, of course, there are doubt the Astronauts would June/ 13 tin'on..'li July 31. II will During: the Institute several
all of the June brides have orange juice with them !b" rill rrt'd by USF professors guest iturcrs will give' talks on

Did you realize that June Is and so they'd be the first to be Pr did E. Nelson und Dr Gcr run,i i.t research In their field..
n Dairy Month? able to make screwdrivers on did 0. Kublnson. Speakers will Include Dr V.

Ir s National Ragweed Control the moon. : ( r 1 1w 1b The tlbF Institute Is especially Living; Audi'rsun of the Dight Institute *
for Human
: Genetics at
Month UmlKiird,; for persons currrntlvleirlina )
should today c
: go the University of Minnesota and
National Recreation Month .. biology) who have had!
to Ed Kitties, Guy Brews.lur Dr Puul Failey of Birmingham
National Portable Radio Month limltul niadomic buikbrouiid In
Jim Drawdy and Jackson- Southcin Colligo.
d Ihis The Institute bo
? area will
Mayor Haydon Burns for
e National Barbecue Month? their victories in yesterday's centered around six l major nrinsIn The University of South Flor -

. National Home Permanent second Democratic primary biology: cell structure., gine- ;da. width opened In 1000 and
tics, evolution animal behavior,
'.te( Month? It interesting to note txpexts an enrollment of 6,000
-Fight-the-fllthy Fly Month? that although Miami Mayor Rob ,..-.- -- ..Y 4.Iaw"vy. -.r.-anal .;d .c n.MYkw-" -.,. rt-. .sew..,. ... -. .a? ....- .. dovi'lopim utal biology, end envlionmiMital this loll, Is toe only state university -

a And there are special days ert King High picked up many TINY TOT KINDERGARTEN GRADS Graduates of lips Alison Hoffman, Scott Cooper, Susan Hopkins, Eddie biology. M' be completely planned
e and weeks during June. thousands of votes, Mayor Burns the Tiny Tot Kindergarten, Class of 1963-64, in cap and Critchley. Denise Brandt, Gene Fisher; fourth row The pin tit Ijunti will lake mv- and built during the 20th ccntuiy -

The first week is Wear a won easily the people of gown ceremony, are from left: First row-Stephen Amos, Jon Cannon, Amy Burgett\ Donna Carrow, Charlotte. einl field trips during (he lust It Is BHO! the only com-
Garden Flower Week, Confederate Florida apparently feel pretty Scott Wright, Monica Miller, Sunny Smith, Jimmy Olew- Price, Steve Raulerson, John Smith, Warren Abbott. Absent ?: two weeks of the Institute, In. plttely air conditioned university

r Memorial Day, sub, i I. on strongly about the civil rights ski, Randy Davis, Craig Cain; second row Julie Strick- from picture were Debbie York and Cathy Whilakcr I chiding a three.day t trip i _t to_t the. in.. .the country
d, June 3 (In Kentucky, Louisiana bill now in Congress. land, Temas Conneway, Mary Holland, Alda Letsinger, (Photo by Bohannon). -- ----------

a und Tennessee) while Old We said before that we felt it Jeanne Fetner, Elzie Jennings; third row Debbie Phil- CHAIN LINK
Maid's Day falls on June 4. j
was I shame that any candidate
June 4.13 la International
put so much emphasis on attempting
Kraut 'Round while BJC Graduation
Dog Week
to "downgrade" hU SALE59C
June 613 is Let's Play Golf opponent and so little emphasis 'Kickoff' Breakfast} To LaunchY.M.e.A.GhnrterMembershipDrive
Week (a pretty good Idea at
on a constructive program for
that). Shutln's Day Is June 7 the future of Florida Ceremonies Alva
while laughs will be the order Summer Sale Prices
This Is what inHigh's
of the day during the week of happened en' Rt4woo4 er CypressNO
June 7 13 since that Is Nationul case and we feel that Friday May 29 -
Humor Week.Fraternal the people who voted for him The first Charter MembershipDrive time Ray Winitcad, local chairman find subsequent programming.

Week and National were probably voting more Thomas D Bailey, State Sup for the North Brevard wants to be ablo to announce The local Hoard of Manager
against Burns than for High. erintendent of Public Instruction, Branch Y.MCA will begin on a successful campaign In of all PAYMENTRunnln9
Flag Week are set for June 14-20, urges the support responsible I
At any rate the margin of vie- May 28th with a 'Klckoff" which a minimum of 250 char.
and there must be something will be the main speaker at the citizens so that local child
holy was plenty adequate. graduation ceremonies to be held breakfast/ for some 50 or 60 dedicated her members has secured Foot
Flgnificant in this Father'sDay
and others to follow, will
workers $6,000.00 Is needed In charter rrn Per
at Brevard Junior College Fri. '
day that lion Summer June 21 officially- the same be. Ed Kitties was a pretty happy day evening, May 29. A dinner and final report will memberships to Insure the presence have a direly needed Y.M,C.A. 41 Inches HighInstalled

young man last night as he was Approximately ISO: students be held that evening at which of an executive director and the programs It offers ( )
gins Mom will make it
joined by dozens of his workersat I
hot for Pop on his day? expected to receive their degrees fr xr.'
hi* office from the DOWN
The month during the graduation ceremonies Schutt CompletesCuba y
closes! out with Town MoU.1 to hear returns In TLT To Hold TryOuts Sunday
The ceremonies will take :
\/ National Bow Tie Week and Na his race for Democratic nomina- Training i 36 MONTHS
tional Swim' .for'Health Week place outdoors In front of the 4
June 2127. tion for County Commissioner Administration.Classroom build Tltusville Little Theatre, Inc. mcn. Dewey E. Schutt, gunner's > r -
The whom he Terminal Peila
man defeated ,
ing on the Cocoa
Looks like a busy month ahead Bob Feeney, came along to spc'nd campus announces that tryouts for Its Backstage workers are also mate seaman apprentice, USN, t Calei B traDirect
The general public is Invitedto
for all of us. some moments t congratulating the graduation ceremoniesand next production, "Rain", will needed, so anyone interested la son of Mr. and Mrs. John C
be held Sunday, May 31st at the Factory
him. Also in the crowd was seating has been providedfor Invited to call the directors, Sthult of 2828\ South Hopkins, t To You
Policeman: "Why didn't,.fOil. C il,Pearson. ,..* strong backer of_ approximately 1,000 persons. TLT building, on Carlyle ..St..,.. ", Millie "Ramsey! and Oneta' Leutwylrr ThiisviTIu, Is serving aboard the ""*" 1i; 'Savings

report the robbery .t once? Frenry A committee of "Rain" Is the story of Sadie
faculty members or rome to tryouts between antl.submarine aircraft carrier
Didn't you suspect something This shows fine sportsmanship Thompson, taken from the short
at Brevard Junior College
USS Rssex: which recently completed
when you come home and discovered on the part of a defeated candidate have been working for over one tory, "Miss Thompson," by 3 and 5 p.m. on Sunday. refresher. train In, at HERCULES FENCE CO

all the drawers opened and and apparently makes for month in preparation for the Somerset! Maughn. The cast The show Is scheduled to be Guantanamo Buy, Cuba
the contents scattered?" a show of strength in the Democratic ,.,
commencement exercises Chair. consists of four women and six produced July 10, 11, 17 and The Eases normally operatesout free Ittlmatts' Call
Wife: "No, I didn't suspect a Party which is rather man of the committee Is Dr, C 18th. of Quonsit Point, R I. Local' preientttlve., John Phillips Tltuavllle 1474430
thing I Just thought my husband badly split over other races. Raymond Van Bused, Dean of .. -
had been looking for a Instruction Serving with Dr Van special recognition will be given

clean shirt On a bus one evening a woman Dusen on this committee are: to those students who are graduating
was bothering the driver John Haynes, Director of Guld with honors Students who

During the course of the recent every few minutes to remind ante: Walter Gil/lien, Director of have achieved all grade.point
missile program presentedby him she wanted to get off. Accounting; Miss Nancy Strange, average In their overall junior
Fire Chief Jim Brown to the "How will I know when we Art Instructor; John Blank, Instructor college work will receive a special I
Elmira Heights (N. Y.) Kiwanis get to my street" she asked. In Communication and medallion I with neck band

Club, members of that club and He couldn't resist that, reply- A. p, Beaudoln Director of Information Announcement of special

the Greater Tltuiville Kiwanis Ing, "By the big smile on my Services oUrnhip winners will also arh'l
Club conferred via telephone face, lady" According to Dr, Van Dusen, made at the ceremonies

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: Editorials They're Working At High School Level .In Research Drawing, Writfnq, And Experimenting

{t A Word To The Wise WhisfJering- Hills Pupils Show Projects '

(By Barbara Carton" j' hand-drgwe Illustrations and eeewe"x
; Area residents desiring to use and enjoy the beach
information each
Advanced'sixth year student ri rompfet on
'. this summer Would do well to adhere to the old saying at Whispering Hills Elementary Nmral ."'I'Ilp.!'

"A word to the wise is surtlcl nt." School displayed their various One of the Bios! faetrMtlng subjects

Individual projects Tuesday wa Lucy! A. Smith's-
f NASA has issued a warning and posted a "road
morning for parent, teacher "Bees" Her display Included! .Rmmtfaettire4 > ,
closed" sign across the road leading to Playalinda Beach and other student at the school "Super" which I I'epl 3 (Jilt

but certain residents are choosing to ignore these 12 year old youngsters have .. Ok ie honey-comb for'

t' signs and in so doing are j jeopardizing the public'i use been workng It. high/ \ school I eornmerefttized! honey!' In rat
kvl doing research, drawing, bee awdl at actual piece of
and enjoyment of all the beaches in this area.
charts and informative writings hefleyeomo1' in a j jet> ef honey

That all should suffer' from the acts of an irresponsIble about a variety of subjects from d Lucy's large chart Illustrated

few is deplorable, but with strategic work how practically hieroglyphic to honey bee*. r many fittk-fcnown fact aboutqueen
The first phase of "Project I bees and worker beet.Xt.pl. .
encompassing the north end of Merritt Island restrictions
Six" wa In the field of drama- op with the world
must be enforced when simple and considerate ties and consisted of a one-act newt, Mary. AM Smelser and rAUTHOR'S
requests are met with non-compliance. play and an'original radio script Fern Hurlbcrt did research an

prepared by the. entire claa of she "V itecf Nation" They
The final has been made NASA .
request by
Mrs Ruth McKinney Using an created a replica! of the U. N.
should this be ignored the entire PlayalindaTitusvilleBeach for band- secretariat Building wit of wood,
area will be closed to- the public all because of opaque drawn Illustrations projector and! theirowl'l MINIATURE STEAM ENGINE Les Maxwell, left gls and) taper OH one' chart FAMILY TREE Martha Swann School, advanced createda
and Steve and old alike sixth year student at Whispering Hills ,
McGonigal delighted young they listed all 114 member and
the reckless, irresponsible actions of a few taped sound effects, the : for I
Tree of Authors" In her Literature display
students "Insldo A with the workings of their miniature steam engine during on another placed a miniatureflat "Family
Neediest to say, the beaches are invaluable to the Kid's Head.presented" Whispering iHllls School's recent-"Project Six" program of etch country. lit addition the school's recent "Project Six",-Carlson Photo).
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Titusville-North Brevard area and we implore all resin The story' was unique In thatIt advanced sixth year students.. { ) to. this the two young girts com

dents tq complyand cooperate with NASA in every way took the audience on a tour '- piled a booklet on UM history of e
the V. M. am) each ef Its member
hi order that we may continue to enjoy the beaches. It- through the brain of s 12-year-old
boy. and showed his thought *.
will belong., hot summer! pattern. during' many different Horse held the spotlight of r
the next two projects. Mona ti y ies
situations; girl friends problems, 1
trouble with his teacher' and, Sullivan prepared a chart show
Our Summer Programs the of horse
of course his parent. During ing different part *
and her collection of
school the' boy, In hU day displayed
horse! statues.Beth 1 y' M
t' The well-rounded summer program of recreationS dreams, accomplished many Martin and Linda Beachcombl..d

planned for residents of all ages in the Titusvllle area is great things: convinced: King their effort to put together
John to sign the Magna Carla;
indeed priceless a history of horses going
a one.
helped Benjamin Franklin In. ) 1..
.x back mintora of years. Along
j' A ptanned, well-supervised program such as offered vent Wright electricity Brothers and In assisted(their first the with a large variety of bores!

J here is invaluable, not only to the participants, but to the great flight. statues, tile girt displayed English

J welfare of .the entire' area, through the viseand advant. The young boy' rreatest prci riding fiats and boots, En-
glicb hunting hat and: westernboot
j I ageous use 6f leisure time. blem turned out to be his bad Colorfal charts describ
manner at an Important politl- *' ,_ m _. __,_ ____
This program Is being carried! put through the schools eat dinner which' ruined his _...... ,._ eel the type of saddles, gait Linda fourth
-- ------ ete. TOURING "PROJECT SIX" Riggle, year
1 at Coqutna.Rlvervlew, Whispering Hills and Cuyler Elementary father chance to be nominated
"NOW THIS BEELucy Smith explains the Job Beautiful "Tropical Fish" was student at Whispering Hills School seemed enchantedwith
{ Schorls), Titusville High. School' and Gibson for the State Assembly, of the Worker Bee to interested fourth year student, the topic of study for Bruce Mar the "World of Fashion""' dolls on display for the sixth I

| School. In a dramatic climax the Mark Loud, during Whispering Hills School's recent tin. His "live" display con year students recent "Project Six". From left are Linda,

The school designed for youngster accidently got an "Project Six" display in Jfce school l library.- I elementary programs are article printed In the newspaper Photo). platys, baby marigold, black her project, Flowers.-(Carlson Photo).
' I the smaller children and offer varied activities, while the About graft in local politics and tetras, guppies and swordtailfish.

I high school program includes recreational activities for laved the nomination for his replica of The Silver Knight of a "Citizen': Band Radio. The

I adults as well' as teenagers.I father. Ferocious "Wild Animals" Augshcrg. Inside and Important parts of
"Dbn-e Tel lf( The Font SIck were studied by Jeff Clark who Patriotic Priscilla Fryer chose the radio were an display along
i learning sports participation and arts and! crafts Home" tear 'a one act play displayed color pictures of the "Our Flag" for her project and wrta a walkie-talkie and chart

: assures our children of a well adjusted, well-rounded per. about a group of small town 12I-.l jungle beast, "Snakes" and created: a "shadow-box" scene showing radio wave and inter-
sonality which! will prove a valuable asset throughout gins and their trials and tribulation their natural habitat was Bobby showing Betsy Ross making the faring or receiving stations.
life-with its ups and downs. trying to break in to SS_ Brlggs' subject. Bobby prepareda first ilag. Priscllla's grandfather The South American countryof
the entertainment world In New map showing the distribution made all the miniature Peru was chosen for research

Swmmlng| ..jmtfiictionsmn'' otterad. clailjt and ski Vork QUy. ,Mary. .Ann Smtlser of poisonou snakes' throughout -included a rocking chair, grandfathers by Ellen Bullock. Ellen drew *

e | classes{Will f be trtghflyto/ "tigtRigi: c c1fi.i fJ eeft Tif'f' Pularity directed the play with KknThrolkeld > :1- the dmntry and-ehara picturing clock, diriinV} ; table ,and largo descriptive map of the
playing Sandra tel various fact about the reptile country and prepared a booklet
of these < chain. Also on display was a
watemctlvtie.| ; and Accompanying
the Linda Beach Marc
f singer; a* Chris Neven and Gary Moore an Its history.
al in the toe 4a-etsr flag and the new SO star
resources area, assures' heavy participation Hume the actress; Robin Mil- went back to the days of King "Signs and Slgnab" of all
these water sports. bras Betty Jackson, the painter; Arthur to study the history of"Knights" flag
Sarah Nail II Delia Danforth Scott Brad Church- size, shapes and kind were
for their project. Page and.
A reading program is also offered to those
the1 home town reporter; Terry Featured In their SM PROJECT OB Page S
display was a well' Interesting project was on
s j student, whohave'' for various reasons, fallen behind in HocK a* Mrs. Crimshaw, the --- ---, ,

j certain skills Atso a kindergarten for pre-school children landlady; Laura McCrea at '. .., '
dancer Pam ... ., ...., .. "
who will bo taking the big step \\o school next fall. Wendy Fleming, a ; -- -- -- '- --
Hulburt .Caroyll! Collins a EXPLAIN DISSECTION Whispering Hills student
This program, coupled with the fine city recreation lucceksful actress; Call Barnes Terry Hock explained the dissection of a frog to Mrs.

projects: and Little League Baseball, assures all residents a* the society director of a Marguerite Brown, school librarian, other teachers, par-

C-front/i /,5"to 99-4 summer program second to none, magazine and Maureen Hamilton ents and students during the school's "Project Six". Ter-
,- Ellen Bullock, Friacilla ry's project was "Heart, Liver and Lungs."-(Carlson
a We heaJ'tilJ('commend the l local officials responsible Fryer and Kerry Lee a* Greenwich Photo).

'for formulating this worthy program and wholeheartedly Village Beatnik I \ .

J endorse full participation on the part of all residents of The Individual'! display were months, it seemed natural for they purchased. For fuel they I Current Dlvld.atl.
.the Titusville-North Brevard Area. lilt up In the moat ".tunlloca- Delunno Rawla to choose "Shake used '"canned heat" The boys I / Compounded Rate
Y tion, the school library, where .,.:ar." for her project. Another drew several colorful drawingsof \ lleml.AnnuaJlarijr :
young researcher spent a great good reason i I. that Delanne steam engine and descriptions
Era Of Bigotry And Hate deal of time reading about! their love to write and one of her of how they worked. ,,;

chosen subject. Mr. Marguerite' featured Items was a booklet on The next two projects wert!
a a Brown school librarian, assisted Shakespeare' life. Delanne recently about dugs. Stan Everett and (
In his dedicatory ,address of the Kennedy Cultural, the students In their selection of submitted a short story to Bob Kyle selected':' "Dogs" in

v Civil and Educational Center in New York recently Pres- reading material publishers about Mary Todd general and displayed picture ; "

:Ident Lyndon Johnson abhorred the era of "bigotry andhate" Dale Kungerford'i: Aviation and Abraham Lincoln and their of all Varieties. Robin Miller" v VO r
project featured a chart showing life prior to marriage. The story. chose her f.vorit"Poodles"
: that exists today in the U. S. signs used on airplanes daring U entitled, "Love I* Eternal." (sha has a Toy Poodle at home.)
The President blamed the assassination of John F. and after WWM 1 IIIId WW-J Another possible writer in our Her chart were very Interesting,

;Kennedy on hate which afflicts few and menaces and film of'the' Blue Angels/ midst Is Martha Swann what one showing the different partsof ;
KI fmany. chose: "Literature" as her object' a poodla
it This same hate is prevalent in our Civils Rights de- Air Show Dale's hobby I.1 of study. Martha's large display "clip" available
model airplanes and his
building featured her favorite authors A delightful of doll was
';m.nstrations. These demonstrators defy all power and future' plan include getting apilot' array
and a pnmphlet on the HiatorVof featured at the "World F.shiolla"project
;authority from the local level on up to the federal with a license a* scan as he I U and Kim
Literature One interesting of Gail Plttman
'daring attitude of flagrancy and disrespect. old! enough of dress'
; item was a "family tree Thrclkcld. Each dot ws.
Most of this hate, in our opinion, is bred through Working along the lame lines, anthors. Martha love to write' eat In a different costume rtpre-

jealousy and envy of the other fellow.'It is human natureto Lee Dehmlow those "Private short stories for young children. tenting fashions from all over
blame others in enough Aircraft" ss his topic and drew about aninula. the world. Kim, looking lovelyIn o u
our own shortcomings. Sadly a replica almost( actual size) ofa V.
;were the Civil Rights Bill passed in its present form Dcechcrsrt Musketeer control One ehonvD of the most Intricate of the a their Japanese booklet ensemble on explained fashions : ::: ,

:no relief would be forthcoming in this respect It would panel. With future plans ef becoming students topics wa Terry by any Hock's project dated back as early a* the 1600's. t \
[only beget other-and further demands. a pilot, Lee was proud of Barne "Japan"
on the "Heart, Liver and Gayle pro
e' Education and is the hi* aeronautical map showing ject featured a large map of ,
self-improvement orly) answerto Florida) airports, radar and radio Lunas. Terry made large 1- : NO YEAR'S WAIT
this problem. Unless and until ambition and higher *a> BtimbetsV tpe.t terrain dimensional drawings of each Japan and a mall Japanesedoll
and made colorful charts des/ with six different wig hair
"ideals are instilled A* our citizenry of all races! and througVoul the tats and other '
.}creeds: little will be accomplished and little change facts important (ta a -pilot cribing how they work. Featured styles FOR
items her dissected Laura McCYtVf project amen-
in display were a -
:twill be noted. Kerry Lee chose an unusual
frog and shark' heartIn ed a M fedted. For
a as pretty *
I Most of these hate mongers are advocates of a socialistic ) City subject of Africa"'Carthage and-displayed Ancient Jar. her display on' "nOw n", Laura 1 THIS HIGHER RATE

state it is the only answer to their false philosophy Interesting drawing1 showing. Placed strategically next to brought many fresh-cut lowers(

that everything for everyone should be equal. how the bit lWja,* were
J Men are created equal, yes. but that does not mean strutted to serve a dual. purpose vich's study of Cigarettes.1 Pan
1 they are equal in every respect. Each has his God-given a* home rA, .also military' booklet Mark;had filled prepared with number newspaper9 of.>:b- Gardenia, and Rose many*, Perrtwlnkles others. 1st. Savings insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for, a husband 1

talents,but they are not necessarily equal in intelligence forts. and wife) by FSLIC, a permanent agency of the j
Sara Nail went back in historyfor and magazine articles about the- The history of Sandusky, ,
U. S. Government. '
and skill, though one may be as.. necessary and Important her research t-discover th"' popular smoke weed and its Ohio was the project of none ;

l 41S is the other -Beginning -".''WMlnSha danger to those who, use it.j\ other than Barbara Sand lty.I !

i One must learn to accept the talents he has and compiled a complete booklet Why did Mark choose this tub-i I I 1 Her display included a map ef

),take the best possible use of these when and if cultivated showing jrtyslfatlfla* and detailed feet For one reason, his parentsare the city and a booklet on the ;Er- .F eral S ;
descriptions of how writIng non-nmokera and, according! city' history although It Isn'tIn iji t
these leave for
properly, talents should( no room changed through the ancient to Mark, "It's dangerous and the history books there teems g

hatred and Jealousy of his fellow man. year. f "' cauwi! lung cancer" to be a family legend that Bar Land Loan Association of Tltulvlll.DOW1lIOW1a -

Everyone has his inalienable rights no one cared "'''''71 of Wrjling" was the Younger students touring the bars' great-gfeat-great-Grand- ..

to or will try to take these away as long as he minds his topic selected I;*;,' Maureen Hamffton. "Project Six" area seemed in-F j J father war raised by the lad!- Office Branch Office
iwn business and does the best he cart with what he has MJursert: dlsplayed many trigued (tvith the miniature steam ins and liven the name of Washhiftwi' at Main US N. CtqulnaOp
,charts Illustrating different engine being operated by Steve/" Sandusky ,
to d -with., .m, writings t such as Hieroglyphic, McGonigal and Les Maxwell. "Navy W .hlpt"- and their 11. 3 Daily, Alto 4 to I Friday
This is truly a big order, yea, but nothing is impossiblein Chinese! Indian, Phoenician, The two boy constructed the history was selected by Mark .
one's self-governing, Hate can be weeded out right Lenin and other steam engine, a small power saw Hoffman Murk prepared an Interesting .. '-'gJ""'''
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(By Ronnfr IhsgIMtlOccasionally There; )pars about 40 big ones, about two time u long this
now which one will be good for fame.. I fib stupid H \r- I was
( Q f fry q 1.1.. .> broiling? of
,ftome standing between g bunch
cooking '
Kilm ,Yea, UVifl\ how IU fix it, women whose grocery carts .. tr :
a bachqlor spd cogkjag .5L .
brut} it were full and l running over with
|,blem comes In natural cooking, I qave meal.no fWl$t I asked\ the butchw,'which one food I had one little jar of garlic Biggest F.uJe.. of yearBUY NOW.... U S T SAY / Q II A R Q E I T I"
,of, these steaks was best for salt
laft you might tax, I'm an 'q!- I
broiling One lady had ta get wise:
jomplished "clip? with wail)
Immediately he picked out one "Do >jfQii always buy this mucn
as bsltwry ham, tU'\1\I' \
teat cost five dollar. food No REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
filings wondcij you're so I IsklnrbtN ..
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I example. Friday evening "I'm not feeding Cox's army," I '
i was doing ms: weekly\ shopping J told him. ""Ahady\ '. I said, "sometimesI
|ftt Publix, MAIL our steaks are good for go overboard and buy a !loaf
I Utfmm, lets ape. Bsaitfy\ wean ,Will! ," he agld 01 bwa t to go wit IK tho salt,,'
gallon of rnjlk( ,' baJpvy. V4 pf help tie was I waited slid waited, to get
Earn, cheese, dread, papal l, po>w About that time Carl Mans: checked: out and, I, could tell
chips, three! frojeij. dyiucrs, came. ohugging by and noticed I. this! same lady was just, dying to I
,frozen french Mel, ftogcn was' in trouble kqow whit I wa going to df\ Ir 1964 -
orange juice, a4 tuna fish "I used to be a butcher, and with the garlic salt
That enough!, to last several: I'm a former restaurant owe) ( told her, and she aid",
days, an4 cogk, Now, here the-steak Wall, you'll have to buy sonic
Then, I got a hir.brained Ideato for< yQ.IIhe' said mushrooms; You just cant e M
fix something diUipen. How Alva 20. minute of stftak steak without musbrooma,"
about a steak selecting orientation 'M uctconvinced li took off down through the
Never before bad,;' I under t; me, so I bought t aisle one) more Ump, this trip I '
taken such but what sirloin, y MOOaIINaesA
a venture i a. searching for mushroom Truttj. li
the heck? Try anytlu ig once, I wheeled. the buggy toward fully, I was about fed up. with
So, I headed toward the, the checkout, coupler: and- alt of (hi* steak bit, t I / ROOM
pleat area them were full with customers I y q lllli M.d.l' ,
1 walked back to the checkout AIR CONDITIONER
pushing farts loaded,! with good .
New BoolAt let. I counter, and here* where I M.1.111104 .I DIAL'. DEFROSTREFRIGERATOR ....em quilt u1 lightweight.' .Instant (InstallatletilTA241W I
Another' 20 minute waiting cookad my steak "$t69.9 S,
Public Library nix t.Ira.Q/ get checked\ out This lady all but wrote down C..IsgaletlyHANDY' $139..9S
$igaUA, I made it, the direction for me DOOISTORAGE t S181.15 .tHtclln'y'
f The following new books have !
In fact, I had three ladles tel|. -' $3 40 BIG 10 LIhlwtlllhl_
been received at t.tlip\ Titusville'ublic VtGlTAILlDKAWKIS I $
typw, what some people don'tknow ing mo their secrets on how to TWO $$2.15 say N he..".. 1.65
Library! it 1 the! checkout lady U Uu prepare a steak. MAGIC '.,NrE l .. W..k1v (Uu I FT Weekly Quickly' ..mnw.bl. ..
r i Convention bjf] FJ!(;her Kpebcl especially to. young bachelors I got' home!, and immediately\
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And Charles W !'}alley, > cop who couldnt disUnquish a rot.ten went to work on the steak. r \
Its, The First Turkish, QQBublff onion from a spoiled potato Oupa, while opening the can, of -. .. .
by Richard D, EobinjW.) Thq< While she was ringing up my mushrooms, I broke the can '
Story of Wedgwood, 'compiled gniceiies, I .asked her how toILX opener, The only one in the 8 1 WASH AND 'i 1 I fI )) WASH A SUPER MARKET
by, Alison Kelly, Animal Astronaut the steak'Youh house So, I tried opening it
by Clyda 9, Borgwln, ( need some garlic colt," with a knife, *nd cut my finger
River Rescue 1>y M.rgareyall she said ,. During all the excitement I L SPIN j SPEEDS! J l CYCLES! L IN YOUR HOME
McLcod My Years with General' Maw. wouJ. u't. that frost, you': kaotkcd: the bottle, I pf garlic salt ) ]
Motors by Alfred P Sloan, Jr:., She told me that, just as she onto the Boor it broke in million ,,
Power, Corruption, and Retty\ Dialed the food, pieces,
tudo by Arnold<) A Rogow, I _ _. ____ nrfiI IN,11 III/1
For Sale One ,
low I would have to go back cheap
When the Cheering Stopped: through the line one more time condition, very clean but raw I
'The last years of Woodrow W'iJ- After asking direction about 1 ililoin steak. Bachelor couldn't TWELVE
ton by Gene Smith, Thq Eternal stock; men, I found the garlic U19, must aoU immediately IIII
Man by C. R. Long, Wagon salt, and headed back to the Gee, those bologna sandwiches I POUND'
Wheel Riders by Chuck Stan checkout counter Una wv tacit goodFLORIDA'S ( ,
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bv John Tebbel, The Best of CU 3a
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Aldridge, Shaping a New World, .natural gas t* Brsvard County Live modern G-E HI-SPEED Ei' GENERAL ELECTRICCHESTFREEZER I
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The Path above the Pine by heating .'1'..:' J Wllher Model WA 102'1 CMhn Capacity
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Hospital Activity Pat studied each drew type: ey of different sign Patricia of signal chart Harrison which for I I,. :STAMPS I It SPECIAL SALE MELLOW MILD' EIGHT O'CLOCK

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May II pleted projects were the library L !J \ i
Admitted: 'Ernestine Bonds, reference books the student ii' 'ii pCtC COFFEE6999N
Maxine Caldwell, Thornton De. used for their research. And U CoftB; ....
Camp, Patricia Firtion, Clara wai obvious they hadn't just jot (tawPg1L A I Dy .
Gibson, Davlda Holland, Ashley ted down notes here and thereto 50 \
Smith, Catherine Stark, MerlraeWhitchurst woe in their individual writIngs. -
Valerie Whltehurst, The students spoke fluently lth Ihl. .m.>.. ... ....h... of _
Titusvllle; Madge Hurley, Ruby I on the subjects and answered S 1-Lb. Cans of Calo Cat and Speciall! Blrdieye Frosen n I A Special! Argo Brand Split.

Neiman River, Jeanette City; Mildred Stewart,May Indian ., quickly most all without questions hesitation put to them to at. Does.FOOD l *.JHltMmxamm&tt 87c I MIXED FRUIT 3 ?:gs.:: $$1.00 n {;"f 21o;; : W'M, WHOLE FIGS 5 "CANS* 99c
Christmas; Vernon I.. Gleason, With the future of our countryin ; au.", )I.
Oak Hill. the hands of intelligent ambitious i i Special! BlrdVeye: Freien Pickle Patch Fresh Pickle Special! Ann P...

Doyle Discharged Clevenger: Anna, Eula Bradenburg Davidson,, we really youngsters have a like great these'leal do to -m----------. GREEN PEAS 4 ;;:: 89c GARDEN SALAD 4 JARS'::T79c PORK AND BEANS "SI": 29c

Rose,. Deppe, Anthony Ehret, Worry about?
Special! Hill-4H.m. Frown All Crl.p Sweet Special! Ann Page Creamed

Concetta Hinkle Mikcls,, Mary Angus Giarrusso Holloman Tiffany Margaret,, Leroy Titus Cuyler SchoolTo 25{x\rm\ STAMPS PLAID WHOLE OKRA 4 Pkg.140s,, 69c MIXED PICKLES QT JAR, 39c MUSHROOM SOUP 2 104Y CANT Os. 29c

ville; Edward Major Indian River ,'. ....u. ... ....h... .r f. Special! Ann Rate Peech, Pineapple er Apricot All Crisp Kother Special! Del Monte Light Meat

and Births City Mrs;:.Marian Baby W. Julian boy Lunday;born Baby, Mimi to girl Mr. Observe Li: s.K Bot.PEPPER Ground Ann Page Coarse, 29c I PRESERVES 3 JAR 79c DILL PICKLES JAR;-33c CHUNK TUNA 3 Sf 89c

Amy Janine, born to Mr. and ....
Memorial DayThe aa d Il'.h war u NEW LOW PRICE I WHITE HOUSE EVAP.
Mrs J. Lunday weight 7 Ibs. 8V4 Z

ozs. pubhe is cordially invitedto MILK \ CREAMY ANN BAGS
M..22 '
Awards \fwHrn- '
'ire attend,she ifemorjal- #eyKt/1/Eke'vYoarse/ll .AUrl.
Admitted: Vafrrla Bennett Day program to presented in a

Margaret, Titusville Dublin; Matthew Roslta Amato Stevenson the Friday Cuyler morning School, May cafetorium 29, at on 9 I 3 ir: 39-!: SHORTENING PEANUTSPECIALI
Judy Mitchell, Indian River o'clock.will Pupils from each Stage -
City; Wayne Ballington, Mlms participate.
The president of the P.T.A., BUTTER
Discharged Constance Austin
Ernestine Bonds; Herble Flack ,Mr. Winona Mitchell will present { LIBBY GARDEN SWEETPEAS ,
scholarship, attendance, student

Virginia Goodwin Rose Harvey
Amber Maney, Charlotte Richardson council, student patrol and /v T ,
Titusville; Dixie Davenport glee club awards to deserving ar / 3LB.CAN49c

Dacus, ,Indian Mimi"River; Adele City Sebastian; Paul, students.Following the program par jr VFRUIT\ JUICE 1-LB. 3 LB. JAR 119
Cocoa. ents of children entering Cuylerfor OR CANS
the first time In Septembermay 5 99c
Births: Baby boy born to Mr. '
confer with the 1st
and Mrs. M. Mitchell IRC;
teachers and pre-reglstor their Ja.JU pJ
Baby Boy born to Mr and Mrs.
Caldwell, Titusville; Baby girl children. Also children may be Special! Jane Parker Delicious Save At AlP
regibtered fur file summer recreation Simply fill a im.ll paper cup with your favorite .
born to Mr. and Mrs. E. Daven kindergarten and remedial 'I canned fruit er fruit inter Placewooden APPLE PIE uE'-39c: YORK ASPIRIN OTTU 19c t
port, IRC. er plastic spoon In of cup DF 140
reading programs for handle, end piece In freeier or Ice tray
section of refrigerator till frown Slip off Spociall Jane Parker Spice Coke Py-O-My Whit., Yellow Devils Peed.
Guests Here ATTZND: CONCERT paper cups, and FREEZIES are reedy toeat. ''I.L .
Among local residents who attended SPANISH BAR O AF2 29c CAKE MIXES PKa.10C _
Mr. and Mr. Stevens of the concert of the Phil _
AlP Our Finest QualifyAll
Augusta, Gi. were recent guests sdi'lpha Symphony Orchestra at .. "' Danlth Speciall Scott
of Mrs. W. D. Wilson. They Orlando last Friday night were FRUIT COCK1All''b'Flavor. :;: 45c pr AN'"RiN 3Sc FAMILY NAPKINS 2 0''"' 29c
were on a business trip to Flo- Mrs. W. D. Wilson of TltusvllloMrs. I :H ,
rida. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wilson Quincy Nelson of Mlms, ..
and daughter Becky of''Gaines- Dr. and Mrs. W H. H. Bennett, HI-C DRINKS 2 .Q' :: 69c Special' I Jane Parker Cracked Special! Llbby2ui",33c KeepAmerica
I.QT,14-OZ. Help
ville home also here.visited at the.' Wilson Joe Mr. and Vilit-nti Mn. H.of H Titusvlllc.Hudson, and Cold CupsDIXIE WHEAT BREAD_ TOMATO_JUICE 3 CANS 89 c Strong

t I CUPS mC 69c Save regularly witk


Seems almost like. WOODEN SPOONS 2 ;:. ;:.1 15c t ,. '" FRESH WESTERN FRESHASPARAGUS
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Sunshine I
Push-Bullon HI-HO CRACKERS 10.... box We I
Minute Maid FroienREG. .
LEMONADi 12.-.. can 2 for 4Sc (: ; I
IoANS 0 SAVINGS o Minute Meld Froien ... .S.. ..
Banking BUILDING PINK LEMONADE .-... can, 1 for 25c .... ;.", -' .:tl..'. HEAD 19TOMATOES C 4Vi-LB. 59''C
O Minute' Maid 'r..." ; ,: '
Full service Is attouNT +, b' BUNCH If
AEPWA 0 LEMONADI .S-on. can, 2 for 25c .. ; t/- f

ot your fingertip ilmi MARGARINE Mirecle ., .. .. I-lb. carton lc 3t:; Firm RipeJ
when you do business Francs Fordhook )
EDUCATION LIMAS J(In butter puce14a.. 1*< +
with a bankequipped Uncle f
'h. MEDICAL IOM CONVERTED RICE ..' .. J4.... pkg. 29c LB. orCARTON f 19c
to I Golden RiseBISCUITS
dle all your bankIng ;. . .... e (.-... cans) 4f cChicken '
I t of the See Solid Whit. AlbaceroTUNA .... -
needs. 4% .eg. cans, :1 for fl.M

Tip BAGS . .... .. ... It for only 27c1es. .8 Your dreams come true with

A Bank her and enjoy expert Llpton INSTANT TEA |I., 7tc THORO-BLEND ? PLAID STAMPS
FULL assistance with ,Saving. Lipton
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SERVICE Checking.: Drl.. Ia. Depository TEA Vilb. pkg. 4S<
BANK! Loan Service and many MACARONI '" .-... pk. ... 2 for 2fc ; f4 ,

_North Brevard'a Only other Horn convenience Owned Bank I ALP Fran Concentrated SAVE B R E A D 2 aLlcea Regular 31c

A&P! 14-Ot. LoaVM. Prices In this Ad are Good Through Sunday, May It:
I i 12-oz. can 48c '

First National Bank

Member Member Federal Federal, Oopoert Reserve,Imurance System c.,. 6 )jars BSc 300 ct. box 41c 24 reg's. 87c 1-pt. 6-osJ hot.,, 49c qt. can 37e I 1.164.0! : :. bot. 35eI

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_ _ 'a"* 4-B Tltwivllli (Florida! ) Stir-Advocate Wednesday! May21. "H

I -Keep Ahead Of Taxes By Selling ""DON'T NEEDS"--Dial 267.03311 TODAY'S REAL ESTATEBUYS BEST n-

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CLASSIFIED AD For- Rent GLAM Q' GIJU Mobile' Hqme Real' Estate Real Estate CLOSE-OUT SALEon

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Publication For Wed. Ik IM. artment. $70. Adults. Inquire 609 JUST ARRIVED! 12 ft. wide Sky. NEW BEDROOM, 2 bath, all
U A M. CtaL For 101.... Publication. Tropic Street. line with private dining room.
brick; tonne no qualifying, Just
Come and see itt! Martin's Mobile SEEIT NOW
$7oe. downs $120 monthly, call
WANT AD RATES FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS, close Homes, 1224 North I V)>. g. 1 W'llAN lUajtx.
a onu word in, efficiencies, weekly monthly north
per ( of TitusvlUe overpuijL) Deluxe custom built 3 bed

Minimum Churl MM rates air conditioned. 417 Julia 267-3081. I BBDRQOM; house tacUiding furniture room, 2 bath home with manyoutstanding The price on these new
-. Street.' will SicnAce 4 r quick features. Being
been reduced
has ty
HOUSE TRAILER 21 ft. homes
t ALL, CLASSIFIED ADS 2 BEDROOM. INQUIRE at location. Located Canipead Trifler Park, sale, c&.Jl between 9_ a.m. and sacrificed by owner due to $13,495. $450 down will move
PATABLB IN' ADVANCE 2 miles south of new NASA no phone availably fee iq.M | m. 2C7UVHOME. transfer. On sanitary sewer and you in NOW. Monthly payment .:
lI'I"'p&! KiUIllil AooounU Causeway. Office at Orlando Taylo 'TUSVILLE with private water Close to shopping and I ) $79 Including prior

Utilities. Private carport and shady ya/d.i i year< old.WESTWOOD schools.: Lush landscaping, on cipal; 1':1I Interest NO down
:anwHfltd DlnpUr HnU AT."n"bl.., utility room unfurnished ot SEE! THE 'NEW" 1904 UIfP! (. quiet dead end street payment under VA financing
on JUqtiMth furnished if desired.. 267-4127. SKYLJME; I These homes are brand new
BUr-Advooai rewrr i
so 10, a bedroom, piti, and feature Wcstinghouse
of nvlilnir or rOtttln* TITUSVILLE furnished .
hat tdrcrtlMinrnl which It 4MOoblMllonahl 1957 Travel Trade central heat and air eon
and to Chang. lbs apartment 2 bedrooms'; 131 Ing 1958 Mark V. S bedroom. I POSSESSION. ditioning ducted to every
ol.a.lflnaUoB of any dvanlMDMnt dlan Rivet Ave. $150 month. 1957 Magnolia'3 bedroom. .141 room, Westinghouse Contl \
troth' IbM ord rd to conform to Open house Saturday p.m. Ad. Price b only $19,500 and I am
bedroomi 2
tb. toller of Ibis paper.ttb Low down payment, bans (ioanclncMARTIN'S nental Range, 3 ,
Htu-Advocau will not b* ulU only, MORItB, HOME3. MANOROLP ready to make a deal. Call 267- baths end white terrazzo
raapoaalbl for mor than on* la* SALES 7833 for appoinment to see. floors.
.UatiU norroct. for InMrtlon any orror nor In will dvrtfa It _b* gentlemen. $35,week Authorized Skyline ud. Buddi DIXIE HWY. I Remember ALL Lakevlew \

meal* to a iraator *.uil thuslbs ly, n&lJ: before 6pm, dealer 13 Hills residents will soon have'
coat of tb. ipao. oocupUd byi 1224 N. U. S. Hwy.. | BRICK HOMES, I Bedroom! BEDROOM, 2 BATH' available I their own marina, beach, and
'llftn U lbs .II.e..1ou. NEW TOWN HOUSE No. of June 1st. 2676493.
apattnent, overpassTiuevUle 2 Full 'Tile Baths, Central recreational t area on beautiful
air conditioned, 3 bedrooms 287-3081 I
South Lake. Drive out Garden
Heat,. Built-in Range With WILL SACRIFICE 3 bedroom, 2
...... ,tr ; baths, enclosed garage, wajklng Street, turn north' on
g 1M :r51' distance to schools and shopping.! MQONL.ANDMobile Hood. Sod Lawns and Shrubs, bath home, alrconditioning, double Road and look
Q"I" Hour a.00:'/ to !:. 0. M. Barley, 342 Washington Choice of Color Fixtures. carporte with family room. Carpenter.:
over the activity
2673622. Horn Sales $17,850, $850 down 2744 N. Circle
Drive, Forest Hills. Call underway.
Special NoticeKEITH UNFURNISHED 9 BEDROOM: 59K -'P-3:7'w6,, Q1M9Y11OES AND builder, 2673267. 101-Modest home situated on.

ROBESON of Gulfstream ; heat apartment. nd', slrcomlitloned tile bath ,central near Wo more fof estif. J U j hwt to row &omV'- U$., 1 North oj Orerpaaa.iittj6vtUe $14,900Ready 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH, $300 down, Old approximately Dixie Highway 2'acrea' between on

Industries Inc., offers i completeline Pirtle ', PIU' ,110 aapUIy. ; 287-5695 I $85 monthly, Call Wessner Real- Tituaville and Mima. Widow
of home Improvement; awnings Phone 267-1928.. For RentW.4iR3NQUSEi For Sle 'I : ty, 2077125.WHISPERING. will sell all or part. Liberal
aluminum aiding carporte, ,,-, ,. For Occupancy terms available since owner
patio covers screen rooms, OWH.BX.. 10ft KENT "'" I MOBILE HOME, OAKS, 3 bedroom desires monthly payments as
: UM..I 287-8437 267-5293 2672802 2 bath t family room, corner lot
commercial fronts. 2677908.Animals rlllliter, } income.
-r "'RNIS1JED, 2 BJDROOMalImodern electric cash register' $160;' I LIVE I with sidewalks, $500 down, no
large rooms, $110 WAREHOUSE: suitable fo; shop, I tablet and counters, manlquins, closing costs, 1706 Smith Dr. So., 168-10 acres of prime land

no62ittUy..! Phone 267-0748 or *267-." garage m .!orage. In ,eqfrr of racks. Barr Wholesale, 118 w. LOVELY 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath Please call 267-1770. suitable for grove, ranch or
own. See H. H. HuI/ it Star. Central Ave., Orlando FREE home. Spacious living room, homes. Located approximate.
I YEAR OLD midget stallion. Oak dvooate.I 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, by owner. ly 9 miles north of city limits
all-conditioning, carpeted, fenced I
Ihl 2453312. NEW UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom ,- REPOSSESSED STEREO, elm < $20 dowl payment and $20 I yard Many extras 108 Thorn. Whispering Hills area. Phone 267. on good county road. Priced I

HORSES BOARDED apartment, tile bath, central heat I For Sale speakers) AU-FM radio. Pick u, monitj will buy your own full ton, 2671659. 4572. at $1100 per acre.
Individual stalls, daily exer and air conditioning. $123 month. payments of $$122 per month.. I acre mobile borne lot at biauti- 191-40 acres In exceptionallyfine
ly. 2671928.FURNISHED Dealer, 2673577. Louise ..t.ate.. LUXURY LIVING new brick I location. Off Garden .
I OF unusual
lake HOMES
tile, correct feeding. TWO 19" '; fut beauty
alf! bicycles, tU and veneer, 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath,
OAK HILL 84 -3441 DUPLEX, 2' bedroom I Become your own landlord., : style for those who would rather Street near Falrglen subdi
$10. Phone 267-4259 after 4:30: NEW AIR CONDITIONERS: CE. built In range and (oven dishwasher
Don't tear rent receipts each not conform to traditional vision. Excellent site for
In Titusville.\ Call Cocoa up sameness.
p.m.FUR4I'UIR. RCA, Whirlpool, Coolerator, Fe! and disposal, intercom
month. Many families now reside Several are ready! to delight large subdivision and priced
Boats For Sale ders and other famous makes.All with AM and FM radio, centraloil
In our beautiful) Uailef com- your eye. We also assist you low at $2000 per acre, 29%
DINETTE!:, living it a discount with beat and alrcondltloned,
HOUSES, FOR RENT: room, bedroom* set and washer. service. You can trust,cTv Eraporliyn munlLv, visit us a.nd see for in/ selecting I plan and building wood burning fireplace wall to down and balance in 9 years.
14 FT, PLYWOOD. fishing boat S08 Cplllni.\ Ave. for a square deal. F te. yourself the finest self-owned alt* it you prefer. Prices range wall carpet, double car garage, 404-Over one full acre restricted .
apl>> trailer good condition. $50 3 BEDROOM bath, 222 GolfvlewDr. ,, home estimates 2673577. mobile home park.. from $20,000 to $30,000 with only fully landscaped, corner lot, homesite has real country
_each. Call 267-435A. ., $.135 monthly. Phone 267- GOOD TRADE Iff appliances: gas LAKE: LOUISE ESTATES 10% down. 3, 4 or J bedroom. $2700 down. For appointment atmosphere and Is just minutes .

18 FT. FIBREGLASS. 50 HP Mercury 5948. and electric:, water beater., $10 REPOSSESSED 19" PHILCO town OIl East Orlando Estates Road Call us for service today. Ed 2671928. away from town. Paved
Pelican trailer, up.angel., $10 up. Suburban and country portable. Pick up BJthloi) f lorlda Rt. 50 Kitties Agency, 611 S. Washington streets of course and excel
ski equipment, life Jackets complete, side UNFURNISHED, 2 BEDROOM Propane 3019- N. U&. 1, Phone payments ef $2.45: per week.Dealer Phone 277-Wtt 28708311 or 2975323.Comfortable LAKEFRONT ESTATES has the lent water, nice trees and
curtains, back flats and other house. Electric range, carporteand 267-6411. 2673577. or homes with advantages you'll good fertile soil. An Ideal I
accessories. $850. Phone 267.3371Buildina utility room. $80) monthly, ALLEN REALTYR. HomeNew like. 3 bedrooms, 1H place for your children and
IRC. 2671928.UNFURNISHED. AUTOMATIC WAS .INCJ. ;pachlne, Help Wanted. R. No. 1, Box 3M 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, 12,600. $500 down, 79.38 pets to play. $2995 la the totaprice ,
& Con st. $35. 337$ Oklahoma\ \ Ave\ $ Milts N. Of Coca a acre lot optionaL Nicely furnished Including P and I., 24 ) monlhly'l with just $295 down. I
3 BEDROOMtown APPLICANTS WANTED for experienced Cocoa 83S-S7W \ 10%) down, only 35 minutes gage Large Iota. Just 407-North of Mlms. Large cor
NIDY CONSTRUCTION, resident house, tile bath, central ELECTRIC BUILT'IN 1io withitainlees sales clerks. Mo. Directions Route. 54 1 mile to Cape. Tinfow t Lenore Whispering Hills I ner building site, over one -
ial!, commercial and remodeling air-conditioned and heating {Near surface ujr hood Crory'a Rig Apple Plata. past Blthlo Cufoff Avenue. Phone 267148V (Route 405)). George Ou.tr'a : acre in aize Good
12 In Tltusvllle.I Licensedand Fiche Plata, $125. monthly. 267. and light. Used $ months. AU tor Inc.. Tltu viIJe. 267-3622. Priced to sell at IZ1
years 1928. $100. Clinton Motel, PART TIME bookkeeper, EXTRA FINE modern home onlarge
bonded. approx TRAILER 10% down.
Phone AM 7-2326. __ SPACED FOR tENT-
------- 2 week shaded corner with 35 FOR SAL
imately days per for LOTS
j't :
BEACH RENTALS: Homes and SINGER SLANT needle '!model 301. local buainess. Only experienced fruit trees. Florida I 477-Nice large loc.tlon'l
Camping Hunting apartments, $35 to $150 per $85; coffee table and 2 end need apply. R. F. Stonerock and LARGE 46. x 100 spaces, no pets: room, large screen porch, wall to 7 LOTS ADJOINING on Hibiscus location In town.
% week; reduced rate. by month, tables, (blonde) $10; S piece Company, 2672965. 267-0933.Moving wall carpet, city water and Drive, Port St. John. Road and ready for building
A TAKE YOUR vacation toe Florida: season, or year. MARGARETv brown sectional!, $20; kitchen lewer. Owner says sell now! Ed- sewerage In. Ready for develop. I trees already !
rnmflHr. Make reservations now;,.' KLIKNA. Deaton.JieaUors.4aFlagIrrAve. < .. I"tab)* anft.eaairar; ;- Brand MEN: AND: WOMEN aged 21-451, Stqr.<<4t. KiUles Agency, 6U S Washington ment. $3500 per lot. Call. Mr. rear of the. large 101 *
_Call! Double.J. Campers, 267.1584.ChHd ., Beachslde. new twlif bet and box springs, train for managers and assist, 267-0831 or 267-5323. Brown, JE44747, Miami. lot. $3300.\
NEW SMYRNA BEACH $30; or box springs, $10; dresser, ant managers In bantam type LOCAL AND LONG> distance mov- 657-Exceptional business prop.
C.1reiiiLDCARE'b'd' $i5; painted work bench with 4 grocery stores. Apply LIV Qell'. t era. Moving, storage, packing, MOVE IMMEDIATELY into 2, 3, WantedGOING erty located on U. S. No.1
!EOOMI fOR RENT drawers and chair, $1) Color eral Store, 2120 Garden. St. Ti- shipping, cold fur storage crating. or 4 bedroom homes, brand new just north of Minus Corner
: '; ;;;;;: ; ; In area of much higher priced
or PER TV console model RCA $250 1 tusvllle. Free estimates.. 2673341. property has 362 ft. on U.S. J
week. Indian River Heights. AM $1250 Rocket Motel PERSON, for week green plastic I covered chair $4; Brevard Rldgeway Mayflower. homes Small down payment and TO California, May 29th, No. 1, 281 ft. on Irwin Ave.
Mlms. ,
Phone 267- ; ,
75768 only $83 monthly total paymentVA .
FEMALE HELP WArTtEP 1 passenger to share expensea nue and 362 ft. on Old Dixie
_ _ 3097. 2920 South Hopkins Ave. no down payment. BRENT.
Plumbing Supply and driving. Call Dave Evans, Highway. Modern building
IN MY, HOME, day or week. Call WOOD ESTATES. west on Gar
CHILD CARE I. 267-2141. has approximately 3000 ft "
267.8947. SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies JOB TRANSFERRED and light housework I den St. AM 7-7142 832-5655. sq. :
for rent. 801 Orang St, :287-, Had to move ouL of town. Take required. Live in approximately SEPTIC TANKSof -----or--- WILL TAKE 1-3 riders to or partway Suitable for many uses such
3400CLEAN over balance on furniture Call ((2 months) 267-2211. extension 4 BEDROOM 2 bath, new, lowdown as motel, restaurant, fraternal -
steel rein to Lexington, Kentucky.
ForJRcntARTICLES 2307. Earl SoweU.EXPERIENCED ) Jrt.eut concrete I club house roadside attraction -
Mjuetorsat26l.S735 Nicest section laTltuavUle.
'__: FOtflfNT---; ROOMS for working men, ; I i 8.1Oat Pfv; sites 540 payment.. Forest Hills. 267-3564 Share expenses. June 6th. Call etc. Priced at $65,. 1
267-02J4. ELECTRIC CHORD ORGAN $40; saleslady wanted. gala., gals., testifIed gals and 1000 Gene 267-0331 between 8am.- 000 and well worth It, 29%

FOR RENT LOW rites, clean rooms for work girl's 24" bike, $15; Lambretta ,I Apply% in person only Frederick pumped gal[ ,. Grease and cleaned traps drain, fields tanks ALL BRICK 3 bedroom, 2 bath, $ p.m.Cantlnuad. down and balance 5 years
homes in excellent lo 6%,
1962 motorscooter, $100 (needs a Department Store, luxury @
103. Call ttoxl faa
men. 267-6185. relaid. Work guaranteed. Plttman an
q Floor Sanders, polishers repair) 2671744. 110 Maynard cation. $14,900 convenient terms. Commercial property on
I LITTLE'S TAVERN\ looking for Septic Tanks, Inc.. Phone AM T- I See these beautiful homes and U.S. No. 1. Suitable for automobile
Phone AM 7-3253 NICE ROOM for gentlman. Call Road, Route 50, Indian River 4421. P. 0. Box 2016, Tltusvllle, '-
after 4 p.m. 267-6768. City. a full time waitress. Please call compare with others at $17.000 sales and/or allied
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET .,- in person. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 267- Florida. Ed Kitties Agency, 611 So. Wash services. Approx. 5600 sq ft.
STORES FOR RENT ELECTRIC PORTABLE 8322. I ington, 267-0831() or 267-5323. usable floor space including
Baldwin Shopping Center writer, Smith Corona I Real. Estate, offices, garage, etc. Land
1 I x 50 foot store or office apace MALI HELP WANTED I AIRCONDITIONED MODEL Is
type, like new $125. 267 type'j area approx. 345 x 200 ft.
available June 1st. Contact 6 UNIT MODERN motel 1 and living rhome, 4 bedroom. 2 bath, 2 car deep.

H A George LaGasse at George's Electronics SPINET PIANO WANTED COOK, Kentucky Fried quarters on U. S. Hwy 1 In garage, eatin' kitchen and screen 761-Shopping Center. Very act
; JimHolland 1412 South Hopkins. Chicken. I heart of Nova areas Room forexpansion. porch. Near schools and shopping ive shopping center contain.
REPOSSESSED, new piano guar A ..teat'at $40,000 Our special deal on
Cu4ica S ii'Mop' WILL BUILD UP TO 4000 Square antee. Small monthly payments.. ROUTE SALESMAN, apply Foremost with good terms. Ed Kitties terifflc home never lived in, ing 11 stores showing high return
'fOILS II Foot store or warehouse for KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC' l Dairies, Norwood Ave., Agency, 2670831. guarantee. Small down thl'l with room for expansion.
: JESS W. CHILDRE Ideally located with 601 feet
suitable tennant. Contact George 2136 W. Tropic 267-6385 after 2pm.EXPERIENCED. ment. Call 267.5221 builder.
Tituavilles main EantWeatarterial
INC. LaGa.isa at George's. ElectrOQ. 1 ACRE COVERED with beautlul on
U. b. No 1-2 Miles ics, 1412 South Hopkins. FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES, DOZER opera. trees. Located just a few minutes 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH home on I ALTO highway. Excellent
North Of MimI At clearance site on all merchandise tor. Call 2672845. from TitusvlUe. Only $3,000. corner lot, alrconditioning, excellent Investment Income now.f.IU'
Roqket Mold AM 7-3097 Commercial Buildings Per Rent oo floor. Hurry while It Ed Kitties Agency, 611 S. Washington condition 267-3276. : bonus of terlffic
Lost 267-0831 or 267.5323.! t 829-Brand new 3 bedroom, 2
lasts. 2111 Garden St. .
orN/; I fully tiled] bath home. Located
N :W and USED 80 for rent June 1st on Route 1 1928.Shopping Center, 26J-5733 ,EYE GLASSES contained In case, ACREAGI FOR SAL In one of the finest
north of Mlms. 260 ft. frontage, In town. built in
vicinity Belk's. 2676690. -'--'--- areas Lovely
MOBILE HOMES 500 ft. deep. Also for asle. 267. EARLY AMERICAN Deacon's 130 ACRES In North Lake County, BUILDERSWANTED kitchens. Only $695 down.

0389. bench pine, like new. 267-3612 Mobile Homes high land best bet for cattle, Total. price Is a low $15,900,
after 8pm. hunting lodge, or pure Investment I >31-Lovely home located In
Sales TRAILERS FOR RENT'"' at $113 per acre, easy fine area. Large corner lot
2 SMALL OFFICES and ware GIRL'S. BIKE, dinette with 6 terms. T. W. Nero Broker, Sal)' "FOREST HILLS la 112 x 175 feet. Has 2 bedrooms .

houses for rent. 200 square feet, chairs, bed, springs and. desk, SECLUDED AREA 1 bedroom, ford 322.2481 for appointment. 1 bath Florida room,
j refrigerator, 267-0150. 200 acres, North of Mlms, one mile new deep well 8 bearing
SPECIAL alrcondltloned. office plus 600 sq. lights and water Included. Adults ESTATES"JUST
covered with beautiful I
2 ACRES of River frontage, one mile of fruit trees and 12 palms and
50 X 10 NEW BEDROOM ft. warehause space. $125: mon OLDt ZIG ZA0 .only. No pets. 2673268. trees, just north of Mime, only]
$3960.00 thly each. J. W. Child,. Real 6-MONTH, Repossessed A LOTS railroad frontage. Only $650 per pines. The landscaping is so
ty. 267.5563. Swing Needla. /DU(0-( SMALL HOUSE trailer. 1 or a ad- $6,000, 29'* down, 5 years on LEFT! I acre terms.Call attractive it never fails to
-IJSED- .:. Mule, Makes Hundreds' Of ults. 2671670. balance. Call Wessner Realty, I Mr. Floyd R. Stone with catch your eye as you drive.

36 X 8 STEWART BEDROOM WAREHOUSE SPACE: : Fancy Stitches, Makes Buttonholes : 267712. I CHAS. JANNARONETltusvllle : I' J. W. Chlldre Realty by. Call for an appointment .
Sews On Buttons.' Blind TRAILERs fOR SALE Shopping Center I' today.95.4WATERFRONT.
$119500 Repair Shop Officeor Stitches, Monograms, Etc.:, All DUPLEXES FOR SALELARGE AM 7-3441 AM 7-2541 I
Brokers Invited Secluded,
Storage Space Without Attachments Assume I PETROITER: 1962, ss x 10, 3 bed. ; : DUPLEX with 2 bedrooms __ _.__h __ large riverfront home on
$250 equity $70.78 monthly.
room. ,
FROM $30 MONTH Remaining Payments each aide, high ground overlooking the
o.J: .
Local Bank 267-5873.
10 Down .
Ph. Finance Mgr. AM .: ..fnr
at 810 S. Hopkins Ave and kitchen, with built oven Indian River located between
WE TRADE n NhUJNG Call or Write: J. J. Rozen FLOOR DEMONSTRATOR, 23" 1963 GREAT LAKES, Expansion and r.gelu'l "'IIRea*85 "North Brtvird'i Oldest Real Estate Service Indian River City and Cocoa.

220 71 St. Miami Beach-888-0272 Curtis Mathea. TV' walnut $159. trailer, 2 bedroom, early American t Wessner Easy acceaa to new Cause
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furniture, automatic wash. 2677125. ways. Property Is beautifully
I C,.-:, or terms. 267-3577. &Ul
er, carpeting. Large kitchen, excellent landscaped including' a small.
COLE.STEEL double door, 'ator- condition, shaded lot. 267- HOUSES, FOR SAL III.1l qcl n grove. Call for an appointment -,-
SE OAKWOOD age cabinet never used, $50. 7792. V"c.'folophoM to tee today.055WATERFRONT. .
267-2392. TITUSVILLE, 3 Above
BARGAIN, REDUCED for quick bath, fenced in, $400 down, FIIA average home located on the
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS Ohiy isle 199 WhlUey, 36 x t ,IX' I $64 monthly South Lake,. 4254 beautiful Indian River exactly
MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION 25e each at the StarAdvocateOf cellent condition. Tltusvllle Trail. Alachua Avenue. AlIIaU one mile south of new

flee., ".. i *' er Court, Space 97. 267-1486. I, fenced NASA causeway Just minutes .
aturlng 13 fully aodded, well and pump, 1. Two bedroom home located on beautiful shady lot away from your work at ,

I 2675054 on one of Tituaville's nicest streets. Sales price the Cape or Mrrritt Islind.
II hoolc Home has 2 bedrooms, and
I K.Wto BEDROOM, 1H baths, pump, $10,600.00. Approximately $850.00 will handle. one bath, bulkhead, '

LARQB: 70' *; HQ .. atai FOOL I I fence, extra clean. Phone 267- Call for appointment. completely landscaped d'nkd
7966. has been kept immaculate.The .
LOTS WITHCENTRAL I sHtJTTI1IO.aQi t 2. Three and four bedroom homes rearing completion.Brick location and waterfront
I and block construction. From $14.250 to gives It lasting value. Let us '"
W ATDqOBSI6JIO Jte. c; GARDEN $17,600. Low down payment. YOU CAN QUALIFY. I show you this fine home
i I Moms love the Kitchens! I mercial corner lot,, close in,

... excellent buy. S. If you have moderate income but good credit, we !
Small down payment nice have a nice clean three bedroom home that can: be I

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY two bedroom home in good purchased for $350.00 .down and payments only I

location family room $65.00 per month. If located here permanently I II
Dads Relax In Comfort! ) big corner lot-only $12,750. WHY tent when this type of home can be pur hliS. I

I 'TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Tltusvllle go north on c $550 per acre excellent ed. Occupancy approximately 3ft W", ; I DANENBURGREALTY

I :1/.S. 1 to Minus. Continue north on U.s. 1 for one more acreage for future gain. all I

V inile to our entrance on right. Fo, free, infonnatiqn.. HUNTER -- 1100 acres: I IJ"Jan.Colfwa'J & U/nJlaJ Jfnc. i

call 207-9596. Commercial good corner
1514: South WashingtonAM
HOMES $1200 FHA lot. good traffic count I REALTORS INSURORS 7-3858

DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY IN BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES Space; Real Estate Inc : Dial AM 7. 2011 Day Night or Holiday I There buyer and seller expect

AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK INDIAN RIVER CITY 207531PARK i it' Glen Schlueter 267-6668 I and fet better and aster service"I'


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Sen Tees I I. '.. erw',*P? C.FR5' .vTnatNWTIe u Inc: ('11I'fT. renaT OP 174E: 1l'\IW. M'D NOTlf'a .01 .n" Tf! Hamiiel. Mil. Rllehnaon, whoa 1111 THII tlll\'IT roll" 0. 1191
J'r.H.OAL CMert IT. IN 74174154 JIDAIII' f'IRn rf. r.oi THE II'l'A.TII 0. FLORIDA Tl" reetdeno I It 128 N. Clark. 81 MV1H. JIIHIMi., (.1115031'S. III
Sale or Rent '.'" Avis Von 1111". 7100014.5 K......
Ave MR a.1" (.t" NT" f'ot1'l'l'r.' Ml.tl'tnl linen .07411 YON' Trea CIvrlTy .r RRaeAN1.11101
59 VOLKSWAGEN: wltk 19 ra raw.lo4 f4,1rRIR 1.THANRNI. fOM E, SADIK I Toll areHereby notified that n III' Vae5011IV

3ARDENDALE qualifying. FRELii JLJp. conditioned engine| excellent .HftrKBy. N*. 1717* re, won.74oTlf0 THOMAS. r.apec vil... .If I0lha, I omnlnlnt to forecloee a certain t.H.'KIlY. 740. 0111. .
CDndWaif' CalV 2674RAJFBILEE ]no-fern' to 'P'It'UI or ""I" and If den, all por" clalmhi, mortgage following: deatrlneo > tlTJlW: ART AYERS.
Pay imill equity and take over BOTTLED GAS CECELIA Lilac TKAUUB1 aUtftLEY TCMPLK: JKNIfrtOAT : M, Than., Jam. : to-wlf Plalnllff/ ,
monthly payments 3 bedroom Plilntlff P''*""', f= ;::'J. 110mM' and ..mlN Lot Ill Mectlo K-J, ....
INSTALLATroNlSuburban MODEL Ford tractor .......... .....,'_IV. Oo..OtS toe "HOW* B'tA..lIg\. HIIHlllTIBI0.1" IOTA I. ING ALL*,
i baths, built-in oven and ran.!. god ondrtioet Mil fief foot Harrow JAMC9 ALLENVTEAGCp: oac/tnr/ tea olberwtee_ an epouee helre dvleen' .M recorded an Pg Defenn'aejk.

3355 Elder' Street 2677286. Propane $69$ wft.' 267-mr: after 6 Dr fondant jBNHniatrDefendant le"t***, iranteea, alnem, lien- till. Phil Book. 18 Publlo Henoruaat rifiticnoTirr.: or n \I..
+ TOl JAKE ALLEN TEAUl'M'' T.1 OSCAR LEK! JRNNa.vuo: or.., credlMn, trualeea or ot el'clniniania llravardl Couniy, Florida.na NOTICE IH HHHEUY OrvK.f
Services 2019( U. S.1 N. 267-6411 p.m. KUl'lB No. 1, JbR15nvR/w. norlel.. In the ernipertv Invaiveili. bee* filed nvattmi. you and'youar ,' that puiunt to th. Find Deere
MGKNHV1LI.R. You ar. hereby. notified that a I. hie suit and h.reln.(*rr deccilbedt ee.ulreo" to eerve a copy of of ForeoloMur* and Hal entemit InIh
CltA5T) 1959 VOLKSWAGEN NORTH CAR t.rNA complaint for divorce baa been all pereoni bavin orcMmlnv yone newer or pleading 10 Ih. oue pending In Inn. Circuit
ACT NOW! FILL your waterfront 17<<1. CaM 267-2632. Ton ar*. hereby noUale1 '' tl..T N4e*> wrnHM you In the Circuit .." intereae In .... ...... ompla4nt en th. plalnllff' Attorney Court .I.nc' for Hrevard Couniy
complaint for divorce hae been Court lur Brevard County florid .herein droop lbod She pli of reildene .. Wllllaaaa Uelllub, 44 Grant Flnrlda : Dnrbel No, 21111" J
'or lakefront property while 10- Used Cars & Truck METRO $MOST .(..mat you In In* Circuit. Court for an abbreviated. title of the fad beln *f each of whom la unknown. PI.CDIP.| a. Hal SIS Melbourne) will MII .t puhlle, cunllow toe Oo
Inch eutterhewt dredge. avaitoM. etrape llrevard County, Florid, ea ...- (, KHIHUKT TKMHLR: JKNN1NOH : all... nrenn* clnlntinv any eetncnirlufct Florlrlnt and file th* original' an. heal and hlRheM bidder for each,
I iTItusvlIle. Payment CMfrvp. EnKHiHf, r ont 159 trerlated. IHMr .. tfta can Iw1nr.. ( Plalnllff VS. OSCAR LRHJKNNVNtlH Mlle or litereat In or lien iwer or pleading: 'in Ih' office of th, between Ih. hour. of eleven, o'clock.
57 Mercury h *dtp ITl CECELPA r.rlW' ': T.*OfiR.! imn- f.r.nd.nt. belni open the coal property. herein. described Clerk of Ih* Circuit I Court, BrevardCmtnrv In lb. forenoon end two o'clock. Inth
erty. 638-2296V Cocoa.A 1963 CHEVROLET Impala 2-door 54 Dodge aed. WOSt tire YK JAMES ALLEN TRAODB\ (Chaucer faun No, ttOH. nnil you or any part Iherenf Uefvnilanle .- CourMtnuae, Tlluavlll, Florin afternoon on Ih* Ilk day nf
hardtop aqua 300 HP engine, D.hneano t .bolos. CVancmv t'aum 0rn hereby :reautreit to file your OMEairlNOll: : toot aee h...... .,. on or nrrnr. Ibo lidth day olJun Jun A. D. lIMIt, 'at th* from dtoor
LITTLE; wort lad yon wfl IM* 4 speed transmission radio amt" Rambler tool 39S Mot arm md yon *r* kerebe r*. newer with th. Clw% of the Cli- by notified that a Comnlnint M .., 1M, tt you fall to do eotJixInmeM of the Brevard. Couniy Courtkouaa
(lone-half on """" *ry a* A-1 5* Ford pick.., 29SBKOWNING ...uire*) <. (II* your .."wor wash (. : rack Court for Hrevaeil aunty. quktt MU* nn keen .nrounhl. .In Ik. I I. default will b* taken I In .J..lllbt.tr.i7hl.: .., the following"
COINd DffPARTMENT. !: neater, white wall tires. Only AUTO SALE* i m>. .* nw rir.irit court for nr> I riorhl, .. TltiMvllle, Klerlila, and Circuit Court for Hrevard. County. apelnal y.u for the relief drmanud de. : !
LAUNDRY 2798.! GUI faulk Chevrolet Geed veto CimMy. ftnrlillt, as Tlluavlll! '*. to aerv copy thereof upon Robert Florida, .. Chincery Can No. iiaM, InT':. tunl tln..U: One PA 2180 Cherokee Aircraft.Rerlll
l' 412 SiMh U. S. He. Car I>pf.. 1026 & Hopkins, 405 Hopkins 267-1120 rinrlil* MM ro. per,. a copy in rmfItolMiH Uoilney., K O. Bon 4bil,, Cocoa. .(.Inal you and each '0 ,.... end 1 ,* : .; b* publlahed) NoH7fl; redbral r
spew CkHlDry, S>. O. Run 4M, Florl"la, Attorney rip I he. Itali'...". atalnat a4l I penona clnlmlnR anyalntu one eacfe. week. for four ounaecutlv Llcenae No. N7A7I W
f FREE BOTTLK gal llrtaialtoif. hone 2671234.S3 WantedOLD Coon* nnrldm anoriM-y for the on or .before June 17th. l 414. Upon rllht.. title or In.......' In, oe wake li. mar-Ailvocai*, Tliuavlllr', Curlla R. Barnra
require,n* win. MMIMIN' .r *i* krfor. Juiw "l>, your fallur !. do an juiin-ment by lien upon the following deenrlttcdreal FlorMn. Clerk of Ike Clrault Court
No gas deposit FORD, 4 door good condition Km*. riMii| your tallnra to da a. default. will n* entered 0..In.' you .properly. aliuate in HievardCounty DOMC: AND I onnicnicn at Time.vllle Ii y: V a. Hpnoaler,
mum bill. Ffeme267-$7/n'26T 267-2947 alter 6pm. COINS afco gold paying ju<'tirm M .I "...nlt will be .nlcroilIMMIHI fur the relief demanded. In the complaint Florida, to will: Lou 14, in rlorlda' Ibis Hind day of May, .
1989. Titusvli Gal Co. .. ym rep the rvllvf dpmanilod1WMiln n and SI of ",,"'k ir nS CNnnentBecuk ImL (SEAL OF THI10CIRCUIT COt/flT)
Ua, each fur Indian Head cents. In I,.. eeernulwn wrrNRNH: my hand and thi 0h' .a per plat remirded In Pint furn h. Barniia May 'ft Wel> lixil
I FURNITURE l white af tho Court:, title 4th. day of 1054 miord of Brevard Connly' rn>* Snarl County Florliln ------
clad antiquewwi, with red Interior, bucket Mey; 1WI* afRrriTcY>rRT SEAL' Mat' Mid moan ench of you. are lip rlhpulye1rh::
quaranteed amice. 287-BM.. seats 250 HP straight drive Wanted To Buy ea.Derr PUT, KAt.) CURTIS K. BARNN, Clerk ftereby required to arras a eot>y of OTII.II 01' 174T'.7471874. "no
transmission. radio and hecr, t\'It"'. It, MARNK9, Clerk of th* Circuit Court forHrevard your aniwer upon rinmtlrfa. atUirneya irirruM Court: 10)77,) .. "....Tt.M ridlTMUn NAM'
RICK, BLOCK and cetteM wort. white wall Gus of th. Circuit Court, for County: Florida' whoM alma are annexed Mar Ifl, lone S, .Wfrt) 1H4, In cnmpllano with House Mil
urea only 1295. :
Free estimates Verge Cowtructlon. I USED AUTOMOBILES, City ,Ael Bnvard Cou..t,.. florlit liyi I V. a. ffuanflerDeputy to thli Nolle on or befor 1100 *nn ".......... No. 11711, Chapter Number 300011
Faulk Chevrolet, Used car Dept,, I'8rtI.AMT-3II86\\. Ivy V. II HiunKliir Ctrl day .< June, .KM4, and lo file on lda L.... of Florida, Aola of ittl, Ih.i .
AM 7-612 102 S. Hopkins Phone 2671234. Deputy Clerk Noberl Ooilbey newer wlik' Ik* Ch vnot' Ihn Circuit : unilenlirned will reniater. with Ik*
Itakorl' Oorihry. P. U. Po. .5.1 Churl; fur : County. ff you have real estateto Clerk i:: of the Clrault: Court In flr.30

VACUUM, CLEANERS REPAIRS 62 CHEVY 3/4 ton pick-up truck Wanted To Rent p, O. Do. 4/JI, Cacoa. ,9nrldeAIVMn.r Cocoa, Florida Florid., at Tlluavllle. Flnrlila, thi'leIn cord County, Flnrldn, upon receipt
j Parts dine, IIIJ lies Electrolux 'or the Plaintiff Attorney for the Flnlnllff. I eelllnf up the ..t.,... rlrhl title, I R' proof of publication of rhla
Hoover Klrbf Air-Way *et- A-t condition Phone aftct 6pM. M0 II Ie, Ii. 8'1 (Wad 198t.I May 10 81 Jun S. 10 tWe.l 1IM4 or Intereat' In or lien 0Yaw tlti irhiiy sell, or if you are notice Ik* followlne; ficHtlauaname
I 267-4337. MIDOC! AGED couple want 1 deacrlbed. property claimed by you] to-wlt: Tltlllvlll* Eleotrl
air, Fllter-Qeeen. G.E., etc., I l TMM r'''I IT cwrnT or Tim 1'1 THE: CIMrt17 Cora ti .tilint. ; falllni which tuiliment will be entered Company under, whlrh we are .nfifed >
Free pick up and delivery. 303 MM FORD. automatic trammis- bedroom apartment or dbplex. nivrM *i _....r rim. '''IT. INAMI bOa 11.11'HI: > 111174101' F1,115. '10100011 and nth of youTh looking for choice real In elenirlcal,. eonlratlnaj at
South Aw. 2W-S330. I No children or pets. Call 2CT- "' P H. M>VAI.. ('COt.Niy >t ('''%''ir.cn,, till of the rem I Ie John, 'IVRhepard. *. Florida. and that Ik
Washington afore, good Finning condition> no 7847. ra.uHII,. Ml. f,.4S l>"IKMmioN .. .. Jr, as Trualee Plnlnllff underlined. are. th. only' oereenaInlerealiHl
i <
I runt. $150'. 2674610. ("ll llrRP W4\ *. Comm. DI inn BAvinon SANK, a va. J. R Thomaa, el ak: rwfenifntt. : estate use our classified [ In aalif h..I......
ET V SERVICE CALLS only 12.*, MITII" 0V riTaHIRLRY I coriiurallon WITNESS.. my hand and the Paled, at Tltuavlll Florldi. thlaSI

and why pay II'IIre1 T. V. Service SI FORD pickup truck good tlrei TEMPLE JKNNINOB.rialnlirt. PlalnllffDefgadanl mel of mid Court nl TliiMvllln day of May, M.J). I....
Work Wanted FlnrHa, thla Kith day 1M4 Jerry
Center 261.7583.COOK'S eoiidltioliv \'I o Iftiiy columns. llnoeor
good contact Cotin rig KAUJ'I'MAN CURTIS K. HARNK0' : aa Cli>rk fthv Marvin Lynch

DeLaney after S p.m. at DixieTrailer oacAK' LEU J'.NNINO5lletenAalt Circuit Court above o'VI"' tv May 17, June _a, Itl IT rwd') IIM4.I'MTKII .
I Park. ''IIITI'' nF .III V. BpanRler Drpiirv Clerk fir. ---
Ice. licensed, liwired wovt gun I I WANTED WASHING and Ironing tt OMAR LEE JCNNINOH, Notice I I. hereby. oven' thnt purauant ,'t"C Hear). JOHN IX HHEPiAftD (..O..I.T'U..plI Oil 115 "'.IIII"f'Y
anteed. 287-324S. I'' In my home 273 Avllei Ave. lo Mckannvtllh, Florid. lo the Final Decree of loreeliniur and IHBFARD HEPARO 1'11.MY IItr''II"; I II' Tnll
56 FORD, 2 door,, cat fie' teem at Intent River City. You arc. .......by notlfliid that a ,* and Male entered In the MINO'!'. 114 Harrlaon Mireet' 0fTRewAo111'eON
8l Lakeview. mplalBt for dlvorr baa be..n fllod I OUM nentllna In the circuit Court r non, Florid. Attorney! for Plain- II. I. '
PAINTING. expert, reliable'' and ...tn.. p00 lot .-. CI..ult Court ror I In and for rvar latlafylog wort Estimates glad 198 FORD pick-up. Long wheel DAYS WORK, own transportation, ....v.r. coenlm Florida. a. ..hbreleed I docket niimnrr /HMumleraKned : May IT June a, 10 IT (115.4.0 1M4.ix Complroll. of Ih. Currency "'iat"Hrevaril
ly. AM 7-0776. lace excellent condition; 130 end I 287-rws after S p.m. Mtn ,f h 0111R. Clerk wlH soil the I 1"oP' Nannnal. Bank"
LET TBMPI.C JENBINOIt: i .t : \lerty altual In said body iHmirl'bed THK rmrriT roi"'NT or Till located l h. Tltuivlll, alas. of Florida, ha compiled with all
SINGER SEWING Machine Co. aisume payments. 267-2252. : LABORER WANTS work. What tiff, va. OSCAR LKU: JUNNINai: i aa MTH Jlllirt l, 1I1t1'1'' ''. IN' provtalon' of Ih* atalulie of Ih. United mate, required In b*
[ Ofvn'lcnt. brine Cbantiry. Caua. Lot SID' TTnK a, OAR.EN' ANA. FOP1 HHR"'AHII tol'NT*, compiled. with before belne, ; aolhortaed. tn commenn th* hue
tale and lervtee. Pinking afcearaetc. 'S3 INTERNATIONAL METRO, tare yu to do. 2673963. no. :2K2M aurf you ar.* hanby ra- ALn HfBDincfOta' amoni- FI.ORll)1. (none of banklnt a a Nallonnl' Banking Aaaoclalloni

[ sharpened. Phone AM T12244. walk-tn, good condition. $200cash. r.kdo't'::: flla jr aC atiamr with tha 1 ''In.I th. Pint .thereof at re- ('" ' I I tlw Circuit Court for Bra corded Pint 14, pane 141, la auihorlaed. lo onimoenr Miw knnlncan of kwnkm. .
33 Watson Street. 267'6340. cord County at Tltuavllla Klnrl.la Publlo 1 Ur.vard aa Nation! .Hanklni Aetoclarttin.
(111'RT IN Avm. BKKVAKII and lo larva a copy thorcoC upon Couniy' Florida.. : NATIONAL In teallmnny whereof wltne.* m*> .l"nair. and aeal of
LET ME sell boat. "'011'oT.I.ORI. < .. IIANK Of MIAMI II1CACII, fflc-e. thla IMIh' of MarcH, 1W4
your cr or Hobvrt KxllM>y, P. O. Bo* 468, Tnieiber with all atractmre a n day
ATER PROBLEMS? Browning Aute Sales. 2671520. P.'TII rMtf.on. jiflrrrnIN .ea Cooon, riorM*, attorney for the Improvimenta, now and HrreafTer on 1 VI I'lnlallff MICA! I.
cold land and Ch.rler N. 1I2ST
Plaintiff on or bufora luna 111M4. fixture attached
RKKKTATB OP Upon your (allure to do an. theretol .leo all faa, ream, .eleclrla SAMUEL MILES RtTCHARON Jamie J. ".olt
CENTURY SOFT WATER 49 MERCURY Station Wagon HATTIE D. GILBERT .. Iw1irnt by dnfaull will b* entered l water, and other healing, oookrrerrmerattnn _et .1!, Cornptrolls .f Cb. Cumoey
$10.00 See at 101 Jules St. 287- Owe*. ...I..t you Cur ha ralief damirnOodwrrNKsa IKhllni, plumblvntlltlnc ", > Defendant, Ape IL I. May .. ,-I., IT. Illn. I. 9. IT 1 Wad,) 1551 .
Of Prevail M L hereby Ivan that -*
? 7290. hIr..dl.o ( In III eomph.Int (Irrliietlni, and powefyatema
final roturnt Kxeutora -
ai my bad and the ef- l machine*, Mpphancea, fine

6322172 IKS 4 DOOR Slmca $245. 267-6229 ail.BKRT.of *0..daa._......of, that HATVIMD w0 day Bell. of...l May. at. the 10134.1L1erCURTISIH. .Court, thin 11th I turei* or and:may ppurtenani'ea.hereafter pertain which lo noeJar o*

after S p.m. kav* tiled our petition:I to* dletrKkutlon EAI.) b* .uaed with I In *r o* cold premlae <
Call Collect '::3t.5 m. and for flnnl dlacharr... cod nARNitu: Clerk i: ., even Wub.; rnny "be detachnl' )
HO VALIANT, dick excellent that *n June 15th 1M4, will en- of the Circuit Court for ,or detachable.Toietber .

LEGAL PADS 2Tf Supply, SM condition call 267-507 after 5 Court ply to for the approval Ju I I V. 8. OpentlmDeputy property are located In
eacb at Slar-Advocate Office. JU*. turn and for *n order ol d4 trrbuMn ClarkRohurt land nrma ..
and final
for dltckerne
Oodhry or the Imorwvemutt mold undl
E.emilor. of the Will of HATTIB h';
P. n. BOX ADJUSTABLE A GILBERT, (lecmaadL. Cocoa, FloridaAnnrnity IN OVEN: MOVie" JllHIoI34. Bll lt' dES GIVE YOU THE L
: FASHION I OILREWt for the Plaintiff.kfev IJAL 31011HOTPOPNT
I AWNINGS J. K. I* to. 21. Juna I IWedl 10M.rv ELIIC'I'RfC BIYILTIN M

May M aa. Bxacutora.20 27, Jun S IVTad.) 1M4. RANUK TOP Vm MOUCL 1U7RUW KNOB LOWEST PRICE ALWAY5I
I 4-niri'n roi M", NITMn riARJI.C .'"* HE ATI NO
I nit'r... inn IT, I.>. ""vr run OAK FIRED MODEL: (0aiWlIIIWKKHIAI.
331OIT nnicVAHixoi. fcTV, ri.0' .A. 1* Moaat .
REGULAR LIST PRICE r.e rfovehnv. 540. well' publl eK. t. III* hlfhaat and

1 I. UTILITY ROOMS WALTERIrDWAltD McNRA14Pnlanff./! beet bidden. for cook between Ihibw
of eleven o'clock In the fora
HITTT CAROL McNKArtOefemlal noon on the bib day of June, Imo,
at the front door of the Hrevi.nl
I NO MONEY DOW* UP TO I YRS. TO PAY NOTICE w C1'I, FOR ill) UlltiC Counly Courlhouie In Tllunvllu.
jjha TO) BKtTT CAROL McNKAK Florida. DONE AND RATED atiKuavlll
WH N. BREVARD AWNING on ; unknown to plaUMltr May lab
Tou a Curtla R. Barnea Clerk
CI.:'" retrvo'ItIi..I: ;benflh4 V. .. a-pannler Deputy IJI.rk
267-633 267-2779 FORODEALER .(*4nat. you and you ar* required COURT SEAL) I _

t* earve copy of your An J May a (tWed 1M4. .
- ewer or oth, Pleaillnc Oie t'i>m- KOTrTM It' A..ATUIN GRANTMASTER #90
pMt rikkillffa' Atlnrnry, JOHN VON TAE IIKKIlNolle :
W. IU'RlllkJlI, JR. P. O BOX I71H, la hereby (Ivan that Irvin
TITl'tlVILLK.: FLORIDA and fill Yelen Truate holder of ace cerllf _
A-I the orlalnal Anawer or other Plead Icate No. 1781 ,....... Ike Sfel day NYLON CORD TIRE//1w4
JUST GOOD BUYSIN In* .in Ih* offloe of the Clerk of of May oftl'.b"'m file* 'ame
Ills Clrault Court for BreventCouniy In my .:
USED npuii. $.t.-" tub Tvu,BlatkuM
In hla offloe. at THuivlll. anon for a ten deed U be laiued ,
Florida, on or before the Hill day thereon Raid certificate embrace
of Jun., 1904. U fall to ao .,
CARS you a lM follnwm' nVecrlbed nrniieeff M
indnnenl by default will be t...... the:: County of OrevardT Htata t>l
atain4 you for tha relief RemandedIn Florid, towltiLota 0354 #
C IC, omplaint.DONE 10 to 111 Ine Block IS
Eau Oalll By Tae Sos aa Mr
63 Falcon Future 2 f/AC ylsa. Florlde. lMa 1:1110: day 0' Mt. Plat Book t Pa*. n.

Dr. Auto. Sue Seat / 1 COURT HICAL> a bITneROTM.Th..wmmaf .

WHAT $6250 will buy. 2 bedroom trailer with 14 x 25 ( Cl'RTIH K RARKm CLERK: of (It. aald' property. .

Florida Room, screened porch utility room tool shed. Locat 63 Pontiac 4 Door 2395 CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT HREVARD w.o under laM the add n..... eertlflcaU.*f Jubw. Drlmwb laauecl.
fenced lot Just 10 min drive from iloLfi}
ed on approx V4 are Air Cond IIId Nice Dpi! V. I. flpannhirDeputy Halm.Unlaee
; TitiHville Causeway Term available. Clerk add oertlfloal ahreileemed ... \to
Corvair! Monti JOHN'' W. HCRUOOI. JR. aconrdlni to I.., tae
':LIKE NEW 3 Bedroom 2 bath located at 40 Fern Ave. In Gar. 62 595 1 Attorney for Plaintiff property daorlned: therein will p*
dendale. A real bargain with only $600 down. Shown by 2 Dr. 4 Speed BIT* O Waehlnfton Ar*. old lo 101 hllheet nMile at th*
P. O. Box ms oourthoua door .t >!.u* *'......
appointment. Tltuavllle, Florid.. floe OR Ike. first Mee Falcon 2 Door May 18. 90 27. Juna 1 (Wed) 114.It month of July, A 0. lye which In REGULARLY 9.99
:130 FT. GARDEN ST. frontage with good C.B. S bedroom home. 62 St t Drive RAH 1295 the III day of July A.U. 1IM4. a
Dead thla iMin day of Mar A.Bi1W4.
This corner lot worth much more than asking price of $16,200.
THK t'1..TIT IOIMT or TDKk .
Good Terms. 74 Pontiac 4 Door 4\f\F\ > lit YON HHKVtKH (WINTV, Clerk of Circuit Court
2* ACRES with 48 approx. 3 miles| West of Mima. U I V-{ St.RH IUJ4 r-I.OKIIM Brevard County, FkirldnCircuit ,. I' yip FIRST' SERVED!

Would make acbeautiful komesite or mall ranch.$4,5'JO.! _-' ('R1v(0Y HO. sailtMOTH ( Court .Heal.) I. 4 J Kfj
/ Comet Wagon 'K TO HttKMt: : May 37. June I, 10 IT WenXH 19141! WHILI SUPPLY
I 2 ACRES North of Mimi on three road Needs some fill but 01 Auto., Plus R&H 1295 ALBERT L. BROWN Plaintiff Iv. 1'11. ( .II'IIT "111 01' Or TICK t

priced right $1695 cah. j i .v.. JOII..TII. 1..If.IU.. loll I,. 174. n LASTS I
BEATRICE: PARK DROWN'' All V/la lealovANI: I. rut RTy.
10 ACRES near Rt. No. 50. We uspect this tract of having a I I Buick 4 Door H.T. \\f\C Defendant Fills ii. ,. 1 NO TRADMN
large amount of marl on k. Test It and aee. I Loaded 4 Sharpe Coco. Florida 'K; or mrr Z .

Mercury 4 Door (hat n HIM of Complaint for Illv Pultlfr.CHARLES .
BEAUTIFUL tree covered corner building lot near schools and : {) It 895 ore kern. bean filed ...1... you ROSEMUW A Y "-...",A itarnnlfORANTMASTII
1J Auto AQ Extra
shopping 1110 Indian River City. 100 s 110 and priced right at and you *r* required to ...ry. a D.nnd.nt 1
$3500. real> I ;; -- copy of your answer or pldlnc to TOl CHARLIE ROaCBUHHFlnloa .
oPelSlWan; Ibe Illll of Complaint on III*
5-9 49-5 FlnllMirreAtleraey, RORRRT: A. Ran
75 x 110 Near Magnolia Plaza $2400. ; M.. II Pillellier W-OTT. 2125 Nimh Babeork. Mreel.Melbourne .. Flint, Mluhlcano J #150

I --- --- .- -- Florida, ad file Ib* or. /* Jerry Hunt L
CA Good home l.lnal an..... or pleadlni I In the YOU ARE HERESY: MOTlrtEO: l. /' NYLON CORD TIRI
intovery orrprofeenlonai : i that a roll for dlvoro. ke. been __
be converted I bulldln,. $13,500. Offloe of tbe Clerk of the Clrault v (BI.rhwtlf.'
ii Court on or befnr the lIb day of lealnal you In Ike: ; =
Terms. i .I..... 1 64. If you fall la do 10.JlleI..t Court of lha Nlntn. Judicial Clr .
be /In and for Brevard County "'"rld.. {012 .
by default will Ukenafalnet PRICE TYPE
road All high I
LOTS on corner of two county : milled LILLIAN KDHICIM'nH.' )
S ADJOINING you for th* relief demandedIn
Price. / th Bill of Complaint Plaintiff. Va. CHARLRja RoiehVI Sills UNII" lab.
and dry. $2250 Total ::::
nOUK ANOAHPRRKD: : af Time- >H. D* :'':'i.7.' Ne' 1i-.i--
JM4J. Touervloa ,
Till. Br rd Flnrld M 11011 .
OCCOTAJICT 3 bedroom 2 bath. County *, Ible Tub. +
FOR RENT IMMEDIATE Ilk May 1W4 n copy nf yeur anaw.r ..
and A. C. $12300 month. cr'11 COURT ICA1Cl'RTIfl .) ther written ...*.... I. th.* Cem-
Central Heat ( R. BARNES plaint filed .....1. upon ,....,.. A.
MoCany, f o. Son let. CoeonUenah. ?
CLERK OF THE C1KCCIT Flrlilv I ; AMorneya fo# Plallirf *- 7/044 II" 017 4.4 1 17uMwa

RYAN REALTY McCotterFord COURT BY V. A. Span.lerD.polv ClerkRORKRT .In ,Ik and. office la II"f'hh'l' :'al rk thereof of th* FREE mounting ;:: '#RR1'rH

A. .WOTT ClKull Court *f Brererd Ceuel,. ( IOM _hob O. NJV
Flerlda. en or befor Ik.. SSik. day
Attorney for Pblnllff .f June, A.D. 1M4.HCHKIN .C".I"
neon Balk. Babcock ItreetMelbourne.
FAIL MOT DecreePre
r a
Florida Confi.ee will .b blued .
Reg. May .. 13. B>. 27 (Wed ,.... yon for in.* relief,. _,... for I. art "1.,. /_tA.,*,.,/

R. G. 1 4 .Cnmplelnl.DONE, AND .. = .W AiIN.", 11,1111,AIIt"-k",,.,.rH.,.l/a
ORDERED: 711.Till -
Broker Trade In Division If you have rental ..,, Florid, Ikla. Mnd day *f May, f

730 South Washington AvenueAM CURTIS R. ARNCI:
I 72857 housing list it in Clerk ef the Clraull Court

MAGNOLIA PLAZA INDIAN RIVER CITY for BrevaM Coealy, Florida W "r. G B.A NT CO. .
"Central Florida'iTradingeat By V a. Span or Yo '" -1MI4' "' ". (:;...w.

PHONE 247-4 91 DAY OR NIGHT Dealer" The Star-Advocate! Deputy Clerk
(r:.url fenl"
May It. Jun S, l_. IT (Wed 1.... pyVTtZ PLAZA Pn lc Avenu tad South Str..t TltittrilU
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HTM to $6 50 Home* restricted 1800 ft minimum
A Of Homes Titusville sq. ,
Fine In
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AllendJIalcConference SAY h!. I l 111 I

( ;!:; :i,( I You Compare need! fewer books per sift :;

Beach The at Landmark Sarasota Hotel was the on,scene Lido, tar I Ir .

of rf the the Constitutional Florida Federation Conference( of(; ; I! _,e ___ with Top Value Stamps .

Young Republleaui 1 4:'
May 1317 It which the local! Ell,:: I n(, I IIi
Spaceport Young Republican. !;p!, 1 I'I I' N/MN.01/I/' ....... is. _......,..."_'... QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRUMAY, 30TH '"
Club waa represented '
The Conference begai\' on" Frl;

t day a acquainted night with ,restoration pool/ 'aide steal an4; II.!. 'i I'I!!: tij kiil: !:!! ;fit.I! .tj.,Ct Oj) sTOaE S !II, I'I! rli 1,1 I, jl r s _, aItI w Yrr'""'"' r 'S11C11i1

barbecue. The bualncsa conference ii jIILi:! iiifl '!'!ItElil iti'i"! tlli : '! !tt !!, wk rlNa4dilkiiu
designed&; to discuss alu" lii iwu :IIuIGI Il uwluliGlb: lil llw
vole upon any desired! ,r ncce; BEEF SALE
nary changes In the Cob tIIUllO.) AEG 59e COPELAND >
of the Florida Federation' of : ; : 49xKEG. / yyr
Young/ Republicans, was called Bologna
to order at 10 o'clock Saturday'
Inormng/ with State Y ft. Chain .' 45* SUNYLAND FRESH PORK CHUCK,
man, Richard Courtney, preside ';
Ing Delegates/ were certified aj>d> .SausageL1..39;
business progressed / ? Roast 39

lunch The and delegates enthusiaatlcafiy recessed, received foR ... REG Loaf 69. KRAFT 2 TASTY loot CHEFS' ''i 59f "'" lti, / r w Lb j I IGrr

founders Claud of American R. Kirk, one Heritage of the. ,; BEEF SHORT

Life Insurance Company, aa tilt''
aurprlse luncheon speaker. Kirk,!,
from Jacksonville, will be opposing > Ribs i 33
Spesaard Holland as Republican .. PINEBREEZfl 1 Lb. ,
canddiate for U.s. Sf"
"A" Fresh Flo, Med:
ator In the November election i"t
He obtained the uniniploul sup-1. 100 EXTRA, STAMPS WITH GROUND
port The of meeting the Y R reconvened delegate after EGGS Smoked HAM $ 9S

lunch and finished amendment t Lb.
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Beef 5
business, Mn. Helene Morris ,
and Mn Frances Salmon,Qppoa* Pkg.
leg candidates for BepotHlaaft)\ *
National Committeewomen'., weT. Butt45 Shank39
then asked to present :their platforms r r r

for Republican. Al Roberta,'National, candldite Committeeman ; 3 DOL !fins st. Beef Sold! Any.vhero

who will oppose .C a*
.. ... ...
reisman Wm. C, Cramer alto .. :: s t, r ,
presented his platfrom. and pro. + Fla. All Whip
moted the "unpledged slate1 'ol
delegates/ to the National. \-Republican > I .

Bill Convention.Young, highly-llkrd and! respected .., FROZEN FOOD
young State. .Senator. tlS. 21< DIXIE DARLING RYE / TOP .

from of St Congressman Petersburg, spoke Wm.J In behalf CkCramcr'i Bread s33i,, TopValuo Stamps\ = VALUE .

candidacy for National + 1 STAMPS REG. 4/991 t HI-ACRES FLORIDA
Committeeman, and also In.be.' BEG 139r DIXIEbARL1NCa I

half slate"of of the dclegatea Goldw.ter'"ple to" lheNat.g04 Buns. 2 PKGS t el 2.9; EN Juice ORANGEs; 99p:

Zonal Republican Convention.: (HAMBURGER OR WIENER) 150 Extra Stamps REG. 2/89 ,MORTON Chicken, B"f, Turkey, M*. U.Ham, S.Ilebyrr
Young received an' Imprewlvovation GUARANTEE I WITH PURCHASE OP
I at the end of, hi. pros HORMEL CANNED
entatlon. i ; DinnersSllPERBRAND 1 FOR 79,
Delegates then went( outdoor i tp Picnics i c.n' 1 1"
to enjoy an acrobatics and turn( 1DO Extra Top Value Stamps' 1 s TARNQW CHIPPED BEEF OR LIME ORANGE, PINEAPSherbert
bling act, put on by I small WITH THIS COUPON ANO PUfcCHASI Or I (Ham 3p 79j 1
group of young teenagers who do .. '1tG11.. ... SUNNYLAND BOILEDe 59Ott I.!'
(their own rigging aa well as acting BonVlass"Turkey Roast Sli r69- Gollan
The group I I. sponsored by ,... L You cant get better dfts!\ for e
i the Board of Education/ and put 0011TNeu MAY I. I Gti BRAND BRICK I PAN-RED i! BREADED FANTAILShrimp
on a commendable show, AT ANY WINN.DIXII ''T fewer stemps...anyu>hen I Sausage u 59 LL
t The Y R'a then attended a banquet CHOPPED. SHAPED 'CUBED 2 PK0.T 1'SAVE
In the I Flag. Dining Roam 2.You must!be satisfiod-lOO% t .
Steaks 3 ; IJ" ,
at the hotel Bub Dole, Congressman T -'-- I
from Kansas cave a hlghljamusng : I ,
speech a*' spcaker-ul\ : 50 Extra Top Value Stem:
the-evening, and also showed WITH THIS COUPON AND : OF '
some of the ''poverty" photo '
graphs taken on Mrs. Lyndon B. 'we Pa. PeesN.o T "NCILLs Wtf STANDARD t Limit i 3 with $5 order or more .
Crab ,,.
Johnson's property, i. ; : .k.
On Sunday morning Individual -N';' Msr aorNAT .
{ club reports were given by .Club! WINN ornotocs 3' CAN 9;
Presidents, followed by the lies. 72 DIXjj1 I r
I olutlons Commlttee'slJpropoMls.\ I ; r' Stitffi
All the resolutions proposed were SAVE S< EACH THRIFTY MAID APPLE
voted upon and p .I'd' by large ,1j.- "i
majority of delegates'' present: SO Extra Ta Yaine 1 ,
Sa 8 $1
Just before the closing of the wITH THIS couPON AND Puaca"sapor uce mum ,
Conference, a straw Vote was T".I Pes.. reosN ,

Committeewomen held on National Committeemen}and "pled),. While Acre aeTPeos U SAVE \\0t DEEP SOUTH c
ed" or "Unpledged" Slate The M.y ,
;:; ; ; w I I IIll
delegates overwhelmingly votedto WINN I '

\ for support Committeewoman Mn. Frances, ;Congress Salmoi.. .: I. Mayonnaise QT 3 9 JUMBO VINE RIPE
man William C Cramer for Committeeman

pledged slate, and of delegates the) Goldwater.In the Ii Ii SAVE 20, CABOT BRIQUETS '
May 26th election : 50 Extra Top Value I Stain: s (4 TA tO U P E S e,
Delegates from TitusviUe .. .... Charcoal I 79
Spaceport Young Republics ;, ... Ie.cT. Pose 20.LI. lAG ; NOT THIS NOT. THIS BUT THIS
Club were Charles Beat t. Sylvia Tropicana Frud t Badse f.
Best and Lola Dickinson ,. $
sees TNeY MAY '0 .
f AT ANY WINNDIXIr'g SAVE I2, ASST COLORS KLEENEX Limit 2 with $5 order 1 I 3 1 '
I I ysl FOR

TEL i ; Ii O.W e S PKG. ; u.A31it S NO 1 BAKING 44 sltt POTATOESRussets tlSltt :

THEM WITH SO Extra THIS COU To N Yale kJ lamp M: SAVE 20< PILLSBURY'S BET Limit 1 with $5. order or more 5 BAG 49;

A1JOUT Potato p l rC p'c'' i, Flour 5 La. lAG, 39'si

.00. T..u MAY ante 0 m 'M r ,

pee know ef i femur U ;)f
Just arnVif to M,la HIM.'peer.shot..=.....Mow S i i "' ..r t ar
Wap.They alt M WdIM1., .. pre i I s 1 1SO
I the haW at BIRs'" **4 MeMWomttlM t 1
I they'" wil rem. fees Extra To lah t
I ale koitiM, a aynbol. e(tto saw WITH THIS tourdtl: AND,' "' t e e i ,r
\ aealya : OrrtM. 1 a' t I
I.e Cu sellit.7 Baby ONE 10.awN Rulh see iidtf:1 tr_ / / e 1 o I t

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'If On eoo.T..u Mn 1.1M M1'
I AT ANY WIN (.DIXII $ ''Q I .;,,j'' t / t th
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.1 I 1 So Te Yalae AND 20, Giant; Box Save 30< Giant Box 1 Big 12-oz' No Deposit | Save 24< ,t-Lb. Cone{ '

""pri-i." b ... ....... owe i Ps., "i: t t t

a I r;,;r::.":sedw. It w I I Ir" Big .Family TNeY Mar e Y" 3t ,. 'Z t.. 49j 151. t 59 ? !t tOoe. t 49Con

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....,..sews Nat .1 It 0.101IoI IJ I I110IoI. 17 ,;, Iknil I 1.1" I) order Of man 1 I 'LI"'It.1 with, IS wd?or mM! { Regular or Low CAlorie J Limit 1 with }}:ordtf or more Limo I with $5. order w more .
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' Warren Commission's FailureTo


: ; Dismiss Communist Tainted
'<, .
The Vole of 25.000 North Brevard County Beskkatslection :
Redlich Shocking Says Gurney

Florida Congressman: EdwardJ ago( .
:J"r" ''' '':1'r Jr.X l' '" lies called the Warren According to the Florida Re.
.,. ,'Ii_: [I : r. .,.. ., Redlich's retention on
''}'i- :\ .... Commission's failuie to dismiss publican,
i;: ; ', I legal consultant Norman the staff "will certainly:' mako r
; : .tl .
;; "" Re lich at Tuesday' executive the Commission's findings subject 4'A +
,, ", :f :Ji1Ii P", '" fI",. tension "in amazing decision In to criticism and question,"
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,;,,). '' low of one of the main purposes "One of the main purposes of
"j """.> :, .. ; "' ",. of (the Investigation of the this extensive examination! of
"j'J. Kennedy assassination, to find the asRSslnntiun.," said Gurney,
'r: out v:hat connection the imagination "was to affirm or dmpell the
that Communist.
.gMti had with Communism. suspicion a
YIDr the was respnnslblu for
R E.iq Rfdllrh's employment by piracy
r Commiulun, despite his admitted John F. Kennedy's. murder t + 'i t tr tpaal w h;
membership in at least one "The Commission's action! In

yay organization listed by two Congressional retaining Redllih will cast a _dW.....,...-.. ...........'f ........ .,-_"", ...-"._

Committees at a dark shadow over the work of FOR JUNIOR ACTIVITIES A new trophy, awardedfor

"Communist fiont": was publicly the Commission, the first time this year, was presented to Mrs. (Arthur)
said he "shocked
critizod by Gurney two weeks Gurney was
at the Commission's action Vera Gaudet,(right), president of the Titusvllle Unit No. 1
y4 i w3 r" : .. s'' urn {wae
w Happy Birthday mounting t to, a slide of confidence American Legion Auxiliary, for the best Junior Activities
rt Thurs ay, May 21 In a mun who has actively within the 12th District Mrs, (Jack) Dell, president of
t Q E. Hunt engaged In arch effort si the the district presented the trophy at the recent district conference -
p 'a E rP Victor Lie GurrT. abolishment of the Home Un.ml'rICHn in Sebastian. .

R. HollCarolyn .\ Activities Committee",
i, w r y a M t Joan Thomas whose main purpose I In to expose
Duffy C Hornberk and fight CommnunUm. Band (horus:. Present Concert
BIG PUMPER More than 100,000 gallons of water a slon to Orlando homes, businesses and industry The 20- ,
Friday, May 29Jo "Hcnco, ales/ Investigation!
minute 144 million gallons a day are pumped from ton gantry crane in the foreground !is used to service the '.'plilnu Brown Tumblio which should have a been like JIM Caurson, high school:,banddlrt'l'tor both gioupi for the school year,
this basin in the Indian River through the Orlando Utilities pumping equipment at the intake structure. ,The pump- '
I Cucsni'i wife, above .
Sue Webb suspicion tsenlor
Curolyn his
conducted The concert was free to the public
Indian River Plant (seen in the background). The ing capacity will be increased to 250,000 gallons minute Marie J. Paul concluded Gurney, "hat Instead
water is used to cool a giant turbine now generating 1.- when the OUC generating capability Is doubled this Bummer Arthur Jones been shrouded by 4 hazy veil of bond and the sixty-voice mixed and was wtl) attended. Newi I

600,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per day for transmis- Ellen Smith doubt and uncertainly) ," chorus through a pleailrig .con ly-elucted' officers of the school yi I
cert at the high school, -gymnasium band association were Introduced :

Workman Has Par It was last the Thursday final appearance: nlghft of f
Aerial Photos Aid lin Erosion Study'I

IN Exercise I . . ... ... .e ;

Using novel and highly precise are being compiled on a scale of stalled in'CanaverstHarbor, t: and to the National Datum, a mathematical In connection with the study, ;

photogrammetric techniques, tae 1:9600, one Inch on the map from that point .& observer dlr- base established by the color photography win also takento o YOU GET MORE BUSINESS : ,
Desert StrikeTechnical Coast and Geodetic Survey, U.S, equaling 800 feet on the ground. reeled the Air Photo Mlaalon'soperations Coast and Geodetic Survey which determine whether color can ;
Department of Commerce, Is They will serve ss a base for
conducting a beach erosion studyof future comparison studies. by radio The photography enables surveyors to pin-point be utllMd In the Capo Kennedyarea When your phone is always answered! **
Sergeant William L. t.kedat exact horizontal and vertical for measuring depths and
the Cape Kennedy area in The task Involves the use of was :mean high '
Workman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Florida both air and ground techniques.The water. Selected' trlangulatlon stations positions on the North'Aml'rlcan delineating shallow areas. The : .
Herman S. Workman, South a'
were aloo paneled'on the continent Coast and Geodetic Survey has r1rtdf-
area was photographedMarch :
Dixie Indian River The work is being done in cooperation 9
Highway The shoreline will be
'( would survey .
15 from 15,000 feet with a ground so that the pages found that color serial photography
City, Is in the field with U. S. with the Air Force Wild Avlogon camera especially register on the Infrared Mm as completed:' in Washington on Is Invaluable In the clear Tituavllle Area'; Cocoa Ic Cocoa Beach 4)
Air Force Tactical Air Com Eastern Test Range and the National modified for infrared film. An small black cronies"These pointsare highly precise stereoscopic plot waters of the Caribbean, In some 287.5530.;, 636-7031( A
mand (TAC) units now engaged Aeronautic and Space Administration. Aero Commander engineered especially now belog used in office compilation ting Instruments-ZeUs steroplanIsraphs instances, depths over 60 feet .
in Exercise Desert Strike being for photo mission duty. to: tie thel photography_ and Wild. B.8 plotters, have been accurately measured 19999999999999999990
conducted by the U. S Strike Captain William N. Martin, was used. The highly sensitive Infrared _;.- "
Command The reallstlc.combat Coast and Geodetic Survey liaison film provided a sharp cut
operation is the largest ]joint sir* officer with the Air Force at off line between land and water,,
ground training maneuver In Patrick Air Force Base, disclosed the latter photoar.phlng'bl.ck.
the southwest since World War that four shoreline maps of Considerable preliminary I

"' M the area are scheduled to be ground work preceded the aerial "COME ON IN.. .
Sergeant Workman a flight completed by June 30 The maps photography. A tide staff was In.'M" -

other -----un -
operations supervisor ail'! THE WEATHER'S FINE"I'
members of TAC's fighter,
jet "" _" !' I
,. ,,'
reconnaissance, air assault and : 1' 4 r. :,:
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support units are pfoviduig fire ,*/ fur '
power and other tactical air sup- 1 ,
port for the U. S. Army battlefield -
e::; 'm( r t tr
troops participating, i
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Sergeant Workman Is permanently .I 10"MilliON
assigned to Stewart t, ., ( (V' ill
AFB, Tenn Ills wife, Lavena .
Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs "I! : 204 MAGNOLIA AVINUI
John Gillum, Wing, 'Ark. The
AT R-50 1
Sergeant Is a graduate of North '

Tonawanda (N. Y.) High School I, INDIVIDUAL STYLING j l"A

I If you have rental TEL. 267-4726 ; \

,housing, list It In :: '' i3 : RATS=
The Star-Advocate! BREEDSI! Lrr' w

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Friend lore to come over..and your In winter from the same compact trait.Today's .

Per an Auto Loan on s new or used ear, see us first for whets family has more zip for better electric air conditioning k

low-cost financing. Fast, friendly service Is a hallmark' ef living and summer fun. It', such a a marvel of tried! and proven depend
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loan to buy a car, for example, a bank loan can save you at "
much as $100 in Interest charges. Payment arranged to fit1 Electric air conditioner cool the air ever. Better looking t. trimmer and e

your Income. 0 Our Full Service Bank Is anxious to give '. and keep it fresh and sweet-smelling slimmer. Wide choice of sizes: and Ml

prompt service! on low cost Auto Loans. So borrow hers where rates..r.trldition.lly :: ...control the humidity... filter out models. Prices are lower, toot! Enjoyed BUSINESSMAN

kwsr. Q One of the many services at our FaN Service: lank. .' 1,,', : duet and pollen. block out outside by over a million Floridiana In their You, too,can take

'noise. Bring Instant comfort on the homes. Provide your family with lit advantage of
.. the reduced electric
hottest days! many benefit. ..now.
j rates.... an even
The F/tend4y Bash r AM with year-round,reverse-cycle t See your appliance dealer or air bigger bargain

models you'll also enjoy cozy warmth conditioning contractor today. la your budget.

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I Stanton Grady Wins First Prize RM Mkat'hy SA' E AN SERVE FA ILYTE

!n Parkway Junior High Contest

7 Stanton) Grady popular young Locklln for her baton twirling E
pianist, was awarded first prlia act Three other acts scoring F1IIEt I IX11
at 'the Parkway Junior High TaU high points were given honorable
cut" Contest Friday night uponior mention by the Judges for their
td: by the ninth' grid clan outstanding performance They
Stanton played two aelactloiu In. were Ellen Webber for her solo,
eluding the favorite hit, "Moon "With A Song In My Heart"";
River". Connie Goldsbury for her solo, r44
Second prize was awarded to I "'Iv, pennlei" and to Accord
combo, "Four Hits and I MUi' Ian act by Jo Pelletier, Sandy THURS-FRI-SAT.I
and third prize went to Charlotte Swank and Pam Gasa

The three Judges, Jake Hanna. Sc ;
THS Graduate Has mann Mrs Emma" Muller and ; u
fart In Exercise Mrs, Barbara Cartoon, used a TITUSVILLE
point" system to determine the
Desert Strike
winners With ten points ai e
Airman Tint Clan Jerome T. total, each contestant could ra I1uoppINGcENTIII

Czclkus, ion of Mr. and Mrs talent calve i(ability possible to five perform points their for .,__-.'" ,..., .... I 'f'" ru.R.weFOR t .,,- _,J,'.. __
Jerome M Cteiltu: of 244 .
Hill Ave., Dorchester, Mast, 1 ain act), ,two point for showman/ BIG GAIN Membership trophy is presented to,
ship, (stage presence) and three Mrs (Arthur) Vera Gaudet, right, president of Titusvllle WASHINGTON AVE.TITUSVILLE
field with U S. Air I Fore .
the points for suitability of material Unit No .1, American Legion Auxiliary, by Mrs. (CW. H)
Tactical Air Command (TAC) (selection of ant and music, etc Baa Barnard, 12th District Membership Chairman, at the
units now engaged in Exercise according to age and ability). conference in Sebastian recently The trophy was given
Desert Strike bang conducted by FLA.
the U S Strike Command. The Other student participating In by Mri. Barnard last year, and revolves yearly, going' ,
to the unit with the greatest gain in percentage of
la the the contest were Jeanne Day and quotaof
realistic combat operation
largest joint air.ground training PaUl Copeland Jai dance, membership A unit winning it for three consecutive FLA._ OR GA.. GRADE "A"
alnceWorld Phillip Morton, piano sob, Janl yean may keep It. The Titusville Unit reached 148 per-
1thl southwest
maneuver War II Ewen: solo,: Linda Wlclu, plain cent of their quota this year Lb.
solo, Marjorie; Israel, soloist;
Airman Czeiku"\ an air arma Janla Ewen, Christine Young, FRYERS' ic
ment mechanic, and, other mem Linda Hard in and Louisa Buchanan Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results! ( )
born of TACI ,Jet( fighter, reconnaissance "Monster Mash"pantomime, ..
air assault and sup Susan Clonts, piano solo,. Bebe
port units are providing firepower Bell, singing with; guitar, Dixie
and other tactical air aup Spillcr, pantomime, Terry Cav ,
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port fur the U S. Army battle in, Debbie Pullfns; Belinda Burk- wr 3.rt ra48r I
field troops participating ett, trio, Linda Carpenter, solo Ia
The exercise will run through 1st; Ginger Plate, soloist There's no substitutefor rrPM

May 30 on 13,000,000 acres of Th!. ninth gredaobese. will use ENERGY!
desert land in California, Art proceeds from the show to pay
zone and Nevada. Major elements for the newly erected marqueon QUANTITY
of the Military\ Air Trans the corner of the school i RIGHTS
port Service and Air Force Com grounds :rt RESERVED
rrunlcntions: Service, plus Strategic
Air Command Jet aerial Tides ?and tugar provider H( ujckftI1 {
refueling tankers, also are pro. Wsh LAW '

viding combed empower maneuver needed, tor the Thur.., May 28 V' IN OUR SERVICE MEAT DEPT. .

The airmin, ,permanently assigned 0:36: enl.) 3:47: am ., >C Mi
/ to Molloman AFB, N M., 10:17 p.m. 3:111: p.M. Western Beef Sale'
is a graduate of Tituavllla High'School. sugarWHY "Fancy !
Ha formerly resided at fri. May 2f ;\
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Wd'4 May uJ 1764 Titusville ('Iorlde) Stsr.Adv.c.M. 'aM tart "

,MISTER BREGER STAR ADVOCATE'SCrossword We're glad we're the 'youngest bank "

""-c Puzzle ''It means we can start fresh. It means we have people who say they have to hustle because they

ACTUMMt f.Not 11.Lar..t t new energy. We're not retting on our laurel. are No 2 to Hertz in car rental. They say they

,AudnclMM.employ Metly. eontl-
R Just have to be BETTER.Geographically .
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iIndlael. iupp.rI# 20.Thus It means w. have to be the plwsanteat bank

10. :halu!faitI'll* liWnvyi*. TusJ fVtr 21.26.)Dl8lOlv.[\11110> around. We have to do. nice things for people w. may be handiest to you. For

13.1'111X.*>\ not We're We have all the out to banking we're to be worth
fang X AcUtan 23 Moham- ( glad to) to go way peasant trying comingwIn

1t 13 River Into cocO
I UMDMUfctliTrcn etaVbaHt world '. new customers way out of your way to SBC.INDIAN, .

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gr .eloI $ &Taa91gay, T.etrav a -nr.SG.DUI In some ways we're like those Avis Car Rental
18 Stopped IkiUH ss skies 31.Thick
N Mtiiiffet f7. Printing 13. Moth
yrabJs a seed mistake 11.Weird:
1T Land ILTyptiefauUmoblla 29.Mlnk.lIk.'al'. brevard national bank RIVER PLAZA
1n.58w animal 38.Cerise 01
IS, Queen. )1 Klndcf 30 Burita ,hallce. STATE ROAD 50
Y goddess doughnut: forth (0.Fuel
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11 Lubl'lcrabl 19 10 II I l eoo .
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/ 11Ioo'r.: ..., NAwad.. d n. s....., 32 Wither It /'fi/ I 19 \ r HIM
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"Dear, you know how you worried that no bird might ,Bdtoro 16 IT i : 18 .

notice our sew birdbatb tIt 30 38.:Bigger Sylvan /I9 20 U I r l ee! j \: I

deity (
SB Maxim 10:'

40 Pants for 1S z.. .1 12. 2? 50 51n. fA : j '. q14g I ,

Ann Landers .ofbngUj trethr. 132 5 r ,J b ", 1 1u L oC

Rugged I 31 13. J ..# rr
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In The 43 Not soy 131 4p
Soup (t. Silver II
: 41, IT WOULD BE .
coin: Para I -- \ .

2. Satan DOWN: New r "S I+ =rw. ZtL BC/1 WiAf JUST LOOKING 9! IPeTTN1A+ Ylt9/WQR6t41T'TNat0U6H BQOI;

Dear Ann Landers? I made a last name on the list. I didn't TestamentDear ( SOME! OP MY BOOKS f '-- -

big mistake and now I don't follow up with either one and. 'il I ANSUOONIoY/ ALL THESf MATH! 1"1/

know how to get out of Vita ter. my conscience Is bothering mabawause Augusta: Experts tell us KOTiric 'or' AprtifATiojrilK I, PROM.EM9VBJ .ICAM /Ii r V.:". "
/ y CllAlitl ,IT
rible situation.I'm I broke the chain. that It Is often extremely difficult TAx IIKhl' ,.

a high ichool junior and la this stuff on the level Does to ferret out Initial reasons Nonce Rome holder Ja hereby of ...given.,...Ultr.that.. No.D. I :JVSTCAMCTOMB/ \ ':1It.. ,;: t f 4BQi

I'm not beautiful but I have 4 it work? Have you ever heard for fear. 1404,U. lieued 1D02 haa tti. filed old Say aama of In MayA mv "' Yl 1 .f M" ?)'l : /

nice face and a spectacular fig of anybody who received any office and boo mad apulli-*ilo. '" / 1/
In your daughter's case then fee tan doeia to .be thereon I 1
leaned 7""+
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Please don't think I am thing from chain letter except ,
ure. a Bald oerllfloat .", br..,.. tha following "j ,
bragging I've been told this by a request? Thank you. was a direct relationship between dearrlbed proiwrty, tnFI the r '" -. I J -III 1 ".
of County of Hrevard rlt.te I-i.. <.Q ,,, II
dozens of people both boys IGNORANTDear her fear and the cause .Ida, to-wlli. ... I

and girls. Ig: Chain'letters are Illegal It, In many instances there Is Part of NAY' of IIE'4 II doe la I i I I I : I III I! \

Well, when Tex asked me fora They are also stupid be. no visible or apparent relationship ORB 1H9 fga 127 *. 2.* 100 I Ir--rr _
eve S T :U S) R. at K:
date I was honored. He Is cause they are predicated on the which is why professional Tile (......m.nt of the sold property j ___ .
about the number one guy In that help/ can be costly and time consuming under Iho raid arlllluota israod
theory you can get soma the n.n. at PortM 1'.lIon I ---.1
whole school handsome and but it Is well worthit wlu.1Is HIWfNTUOTNRHaiOUT MeiAYBHL. r THAT\ *
the thing for nothing. e.Unhsa I
sold oerllflcata shall. ... redeemed WHER614M/ / UMSTOGOUP' WHAT HC
from a rich family. >\ wantedto according I to property UHDe"H" ) / II
IJ..llllh I THERETO TOtO '
make sure he would ask me Dear Ann Landers: It seems to th deecrlhed. hlgnaat I :hinder. at tha h*court-moll THINKINOTR' ( ft, THINK M1TDR, }f

out a second time, so I let him go odd to worry about someone you Ann Landers, will b. glad to f'lr'.OOM: at U ua orlnok noon ontha I, Wl h .A I A30UTLIFE' K. ?' .j:
In tha mnnH of "I ;" ...... i.f:1'ry : tI
further than I should have don't even know, but I'm con 'h ,lp you with your problems. July, 4D. 1WI4, which I I. th* SIb I ,. 'I. l
Now all Tex wants to do li to day of July, A,D. 1W>4. J I I
cerned about that! teenage girl Send; them to her in can of tills Dried thin 18 day of May A D \ ft ,1 \. j
make out. I've suggested that who wrote that she is frightenedto newspaper enclosing a stamped, 1884. ;p .J. "

we double date but he always be in the house alone. self'uddressed envelop. CurUa of B.Circuit R.nuCII.k Crud, )0 ... : '!<'i) J

finds excuses and shows up Uravard. County, Florlil :c \f: I rt I" t, '
My daughter went through the r--
alone. I am ashamed of ,mYlelf' (Circuit Court a..11) : J
same thing. She used'to worry iv TIn: nun IT 'Ol'.T ercccaiY1x May M 21, June a, 10 (Wad.) 1 1000t. I:5 j .
atSd him to know I made eI F"
wand\ amistake 41 UI.U <'.IK<'tlT MfVL I: 1'II..u.l lal e.e. J
first! date and about someone crawling In through .miu. iv AND run RMY1'111'hTY :. rr .1i 9
tint I am on really our not that kind of her bedroom window at 5.0515In I Us.-..r. k*.. "lint ] lf'h/ / 5<1'' '''J'it; if \ ; 1 :

night. You have no Idea how OHWK or rl'NI.Ir1Ti0e _
a'glrt. How can I do it? BAD XITK K I 10 DfKKM: IN PERSON ....
SJART many hours I spent with that HOWARD JEFFERSON: ADAMS, I PEA t.Y'llola'SA :TTRRWA' < (TCHOOTYI'MNOi : / '-,
Dear H'l had girl, trying to make her see that .... Plaintiff.FHRJPA IHAVEA NOTRIdl4wolry: FOIHIIM-HE'g< / WORRIED!'' A9 /r.lg">; \ .1 1
Start: awfully all the windows and I DATE WITH YOU /KNOW.. boVNO111 TRY J'M ONLY :'; I) fi
ta 'em down the farm, .eWHON"p1'OJ "
keep on >hn4,,l I MR.A0ERNATHY. .x'fA' Mtt'YOU'.1 GOINca1OUT \. .. "I.
h hey, after they've teen Paree.jfou were tightly closed and that ItraeImposslble"for THE .HTATR OF1 FLORIDA .I .L. HIM ,. .,11 .f
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anyone to get TO i .Id. Gertrude Adom.0 CARTWRIGHT '
will never persuada a -< THI9.
'/ Mr Walton OuiHitu I
fellow aren't that kind of into the house.It P. O Has No Ml. C EVENING. I f..J .
you La PliM. Maryland! of "BONANZA"MAY : -I U' LI J

experience girl when be that has you learned are. My from advice the bottom took me of two it. years I still to find get to\it You your:see An wqulred'w>r to to Ih serve* Comulunt* oopyof '" 9Y) J JI

for oivorc b raln I upon 1 th. P5.lssues m-- ;
Is to stop seeing Tex and 30&31 b
hard to believe and tortuous to Atloreey. O. Uarlan M.Ns.
chalk this mistake up to ex per- endure, but her stepfather 18:! New Hav.n Avenue. Jlolb...,... -"; bb r ) .I =J
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Flurlda. and rue Ika orld I. the '
I once. wouldn't leave her alone when I .. of tha Clark oC Circuit Court AT 1\\\\ \ !
at Tltuivllla. Horhla, on or balsa \ I.llhJJ. ?
was at work. Ihs lath day ot June 1M4, or a daoraa }j S'2rJ '
Dear Ann Landers: What'l My daughter Is now happily pro eonfoaao. will bo anKridaiialnit -

with this chain letter stuff II married and has three lovely Dated you May IS, ISM. FLORIDAWONDERLAND .- --, ., .

used be just a nice little good children. God was with us, Ann. CURTIS) R. BARNM' .
lu !k' oem from a friend. Thenit I hope somehow He will be with Clark Circuit Court Io: "';':: ';"""-'::
By Berate Hall :; l \:
branched out'and strangers the girl who wrote. AUGUSTA U.S. No. 1 South Tirusvllle
began asking to make ten (CIRCUIT J'TC BAL)
you r.
May N. VT. Juna a, 10 IW.dJ) 19(14. : I ;
copies of some darned fool thing. ,
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Scotch or $8 worth of trad- -- ___ '. I I ', ,
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Ing stamps. What's more, they TELEVISION I GUIDE I -- "
make It sound as If you will be ;1 "' \J ..c. ., I
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plagued with 13 years of bad ( \-Iii r= tr: --/I\/ .
luck If you don't follow the In..tructlonl. I I" 1 11-.0.- f J.) n
Nenroh toe Tomorrow ... ....
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This past week I received a 12.S CII. IOuldbt LUM IIIOR1'IIIiII! ; ', ; -
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It: : : Winston,155: Ch Nun.hlao AlmooseC ( ..ll..' ,,, =
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that I send $3 to the 1:00: Cl Ch: : News New. tl tlporla cote Wwlh Wolper r :: : Olrl Da.: : : WoHA ::::''t."rnn .
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