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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: June 1, 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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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents84th
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Year No 65 12 Pages Today Titusville, Florida; idY! ; June I, 1964 5c_Per_Copy Published Mr .4 ednesdays o FriBuilding

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Permits Continue At High Rate li n May ;





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Residents Urged To Reduce Water Use Now Over -




-.... $$11 Million 111

Recharge Time -: ? City of Titusville building perm ;

Gold Mothers Vets Is Issued' so far In 1964 jumpedto
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1111119748: as a result of anhi .
"1 "Not Sufficient"City <( >r tl million plus. month In f

'vA May, Total during the first live) I

of Titusville Is requesting iM1Y "! months\ of last year was $2,920,400.
residents to cut down on the con.lumptlon fit' a.j During/ May there were 121 per

of water served by the Are Honored At ServicesMemorial mile l Issued. 72 for single family f
city re l lencei The month tots! wit 1'

City Manager Cleveland Tal It.3M.B48 compared to only
made laid this morning the : \ -. 1 $:lb3,2IN) In May of last year

city Is experiencing a peak de. Day services were na Trumbull laid a wreathe for revere the memory of them. -j f' J Largest permit was for $60.000Imind
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mand on the water system held Saturday by Veterans the WWI Auxiliary. But betide the lip service: Wf<' 4 / tn <ckhotite Construe
throughout the entire day up to groups and their auxiliaries at Wreathes were placed by pay them on the Memorial Day, .\ Dm ('0. for an t'llIht.unlt apart- I

10 p.m. the new location\ of the marker Ralph Scheibel for the VFW; let each of ut resolve ourselves .. mint on Indian River Avenue be- :

Because of this," Talmadge that was moved to muke room for Walter Watson, WWI and Harry each day of the year to see that Y \ Ing built for James Cooper
said, "there are various times Teetrick American citizens keep informed I li k. \ 7nko Evans obtained I 132.000
the widening of the aproach to Legion we as ,
the and ) permit for a business buildingwith
throughout day early eve ..
the The stone Sheldon Silva, chaplain of Post mats
causeway was our government affairs, .
ning when certain areas of the : 1. .l ipartmrnti upstairs at tile
city experience low water pressure moved last week to the lawn In 1, American Legion, speaking known our desires and hell, t /1 ,; coinir of Hopkins and Narviei.
front of the Court House. briefly before the services be. bring!! them about, vote and ge t ,N \.. \ ,- Other commercial permits: .J

"We trust the public will re Representatives of the Amerl gan, said the Gold Star Mothers jour neighbor to do lOt Don*t ,.. '..'f Phillips Petroleum Co 133009 '
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pond to the city's request and can Legion, Veterans of Foreign were being honored and asked be passive citizens be achy', cut down on the sprinkling of Wars, the Veterans of WWI of limit present to step forward in your goveinment In thli I '" 00 near Indian River Height. '

lawns and any unnecessary use USA, and their auxiliaries, and There were six who had given way each of us can know U wi I Robert C Fortler SIR.000 for
of.water. If this is not done, we six Gold Star Mothers purticipat sons; Mrs. Hatfield, Mrs Palser, pass this monument that we an, a T 11 store on Highway 50 near
will have to put into effect a ed In the services Mrs Kay Bull; Mrs Barnard, holding high the flag and trul]), Indian River Heights

pan: that will allow lawn sprlnk The services began at 11 t.m. Mrs Emma Robberion and Mrt honoring these>> men." J Components Inc $12000 for a

ling only on certain days to be with the advancement of the J. A Sheridan Rev Waddell gave the be raw warrhtulle. ,

prescribed by the city colors directed by Milts Hollmgs The address was given by the diction which ended the services, Starkhnuse Construction Cotl "

Again, let me emphasize this worth, past commander of Post Hun S. A. (Gus) Ftulk, who Open House at the TIlusviD"( free' '. ,.. --------- --- --- .", ].'tm for an office building for .
request Is being made for the 1, American Legion. laid, Post I, American Legion was I Sydney! Srhwarta on Washington! :
GOLD STAR MOTHERS Shown aboveare left are Mrs. W, H Barnard, Mrs J. A,
good and protection of the city, The invocation was given by On this 30th of May, 1964, held for those it the services. the Gold Star Mothers who attendedthe Sheridan, Mrs Frank Falser, Mrs. Emma Avenue.
and we gratefully appreciateyour Rev Robert Waddell of the we assemble to dedicate the relocation Also during the month Lincoln
in Memorial Day Services held Saturday, Robberson, Mrs. Kay Bair and Mis WillIam
respond.
full cooperation Park Missionary Baptist Church
Indian River City Methodist of this monument honor shown with wreaths Hatfleld. S-\ Photo .
They are many presented -( )
to this request"According obtained for
Ing Plaza a WOOD permit a
Church ing those who died in the wart Shopping
the different From
by groups.
to Talmadge plans It must church In Lincoln Park,
of our country Surely
Mrs Mary Hatfield and Mrs
have been authorized and completed Home building& yei'mltt went to
with at with me, have
Eleanor Palser placed floral tokens you
for the expansion of the Sale And leaser the following:
brought a chill of pride at our
on behalf of the Gold Star
water system, and a bond issue Nurthwood Builders, nine
colon were advanced. Surelytoo l m is ;
for financing such improvements Mothers; Mrs Kay Balr placedthe t e r.SN homes In Country Club Heights.'
bee bern approved by the city floral tribute for the VFW we all feel a great warmth '1905110't* US.MFlslier .
Back .Revealed' r
this will and Mrs, Boa Barnard fir" these departed whose names : "" ." ..4\
r council However, work. ,.. Auxiliary : t *w'',Fu' l, Construction Co. one
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not be completed In time to provide placed -the Ame1rlcWri t ionAuxiliary's ale l1etlt inscribed at they are home In Forest HHU, $28.000Jihn "
In hearts Sale and lease back of the Indian
relief for the summer flowers Mrt Johan. our Beretney, one home InLakevlew
months "Reflect, however, on what River Plaza shopping can Perk $20,000,
Water superintendent John these men would think of ut today ter on Highway 50 was snnoune LSD. Builders, 12 hornet InBrentwoud
Lane said last week the residents Wheelus Named and how we have been a ed this week by Jack Koren ; r 3 at $13300 la $19500
uscage of water during the 14 party to permitting, by our In. but, Rodney Ketcham and Andrew i \ Supreme Brevaru, tour duple-

hour consumption period, particularly action, many crises to come Manna, owners of Trend f I I es In Whispering Lakes, $17,700
during the dry period, did 1st Electrical about In our country that are Realty Inc, of Cocoa Beach. to $18900,

not give the pumps ample timeto contrary to the principles that Hunter Hornet, seven hornet in
replace that water during the took the lives of those we honor. Sellers were the original build I'j Whispering Lakes, $17,700 to $1}.
slow periods of water consumptIon Inspector HereCity Surely they would not look wits ers of the shopping center -. 750.
Seppor Development Co Purchasers
from 10 p rri. until Sim pride on us for permitting an Zeke Evens: three hornet $10,.
He also said this area Is different Manager Cleveland Talmadgc armed fortress to exist at our are prominent Investor) 3 000 to $10,800,
from many, in that the from Miami Beach, represented Win Jam Rilllert, 10 hornet
announced today the ppointimnt doorstep in Cuba Us dagger an
Cape Is "open for business' 24 by Ja.k Abbott, Miami Beachattoi
of Charles R Whetl aimed at our throat. Surely they Singleton Avenue, $14900 to $15.
hours per day and therefore us as the first full time electrical would wish to disclaim a United ncyTrend. I 500,
there were people getting up and Realty r 'preapntedboth
Luna Construction Co six
inspector for the City of Titus States that would send men to
going to work during every 24 the sellers and purchasers
ville Southeast Asia to die In war homes in Colonial Heights, $10,-
hour period and there Is not the .
slack period of water consumption Wheelus has had considerable while denying our participationin Salo price was $625.000. 500 Alexantttr Construction Co
experienced by many other experience In electrical Installation thin war And most incomprehensible Major tenants in the renter are
three homes In Country Estatet,
and recently completedthe to those, if they Dixie
areas In FloiidaTUISDAY W inn Stores, Eagle Stores, $15500 to $17000
master clictricans exam were here, would Lw! that we Indian River Drugs, First Federal .
Den Taylor, one home In Biker :
MUTING nation( required: by all applicants who provide the springboard to Savings and Loan of Titus- 'l subdivision $22.000.

for the job space exploration in the name vllle, the U S Postoffice and a Sea Coast Construction Co,
A dinner meeting of all charter City Council freedom 45 .
recently approvedthe can only get percent number of others six homes In Indian River
members of the; proposed( new position, which carries of the voters to the polls to 350Brnyhlll .
Heights. SlUM to $18.
Optomist Club of Titusville will a salary of $5.200 per year with protect that freedom Are these : r'
be held at 8 p.m. tomorrow at a $75 per month car allowance the foundations of freedom for Mims Jaycees + Development Co. 5ev
en homes In Biker Subdivision,
Whispering Hills Country Club Wheelus, In addition to elec. which they fought Would they ., 1 -2 $130110 to $11000
It will be a dutch treat dinner, fuse Inspection, will also do be proud of ut tor our failure -
Ktwklns Construct Co
The club has a target of SO some inspsection of building construction to carry on for them? Set First MeetAn "TALL" PAINTING Evidently some era evidently "ran out' of space and could house In Highland Terrace, 11'IflO. one! .-
charter members as the need iriset 'Yes, we honor them wes members of the Class of 1944 decided to not reach to paint the last"s' in the word .
do some tall painting over the week-end, "class' or they are spellers The
.. .. .. organizational meeting of poor Jim Walters, one home, $*.000.
---- -'" .,-.,..-..-n .. .- -......... as evidenced by the lettering on the tall claim is around town that they also painted
'''', I the Mima Jaycees will be held at J. D Roberta, one home on
( + tower north of in Cocoa and
Duffy Beat Estate Office tomorrow water just WhisperingHills water towers Melbournewith Lincoln Avenue, $13,250.
School. The is "THS Class of '(Cf .-S-A .
at 7:30: p.m. Elementary lettering ( Ph6to) Jake Spingler, nee home In
the side of the tank and the
high on paint Lakevlew Park, 'Z5oon.Neighbor .
The major business will be appointment

who will serve of temporary until July officers 1. 1964 Finds

Other business of the meetingwill "Weather Eyes" Kept i
be final letting of the dues
rite, and the formulation of bl- Mims Man DeadRupert

laws and constitution, final arrangements '
for affiliation with Peeled By 64 ClassMembers Core, 00, was found

the state and United States Junior dud In hit. one room cottage be--
t n Chamber of Commerce. Also Mod! CU Folks Truck Stop la
tn be discussed will be the plant of the Titusville IfIgh on Thursday night at Draa' field Lola Catrlghl will, sing '"1 Bellvve Mimi yesterdayAccurllng .

for the charter night banquet, to Class of 1964 their parents, Rev Charles Bates of Ihe Flr.t ." to assistant county
be held later in June school officials and friends kept Presbyterian Church will give the Diplomas will be awarded by
Dr, W. H H Binnttt,
weather eyes" out last night f'JI l Invocation and Rev. Maude( ,.. Principal Gene Sturchlo of Alvn coroner
Rill cNeely, temporary chairman the annual Baccalaureate Service Jan of Trinity Lutheran Church view! Elementary School, who his Gore tiled tom natural, causes
for the local Jaycee report held at Drat Field will give the benediction a sin and daughter/ In the class; end hud [been del i approximately

over 20 men have already been Heavy rain clouds, tccompani Principal T. 0. Scirborough AisMunt Principal frank torn 49 hours,
enrolled and at least 10 more ed by lightning and thunder, dotted will nuke introductions dale, Chairman if tlie/T Class: Ne glilion of Our Hid he had
are expected to join the group at the wesUrn sky as the sen. Alltna Eiurnc! will give the Sponsors Julia N. Forbes Jr, and /not been seen since Thursday
the June :2 meeting. ire took their places of honor in salutatory and David DeVleie the School Hoard Chauiiun r>overt anti 9,ic nelgl' bor, becomlnj.Jar
AH men enrolled prior to June front of the stands vtledlctkin, Hudson. d. knocked un Die deed
I: are entitled to special charter But s shower, that t drenchedthe man't door, and receiving nor
membership McNeely urged interested field I fur few minutes, waited "pcni opened the doof and
men to contact him 'by until about 10 p.m. when all wit'seture' Receives 20-Year Service Awardpin found, Gore IpU w led across th*.
frw. phoning AM 7-OM6 or to attendthe tt Drat flell bed.
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meeting Rev. Roy Forward and Kev Due to the death of the late noting Ids 20 yean of service Ciimlnat Agent lief Lir.n,
NEAT JACKKNIFE This Winn-Dixie slowing; up and it "Squeezed" the truck so Membership In the Mimi Junior Thomas Ream were hi chare of President Kennedy an award completed In March, 1M4. town Silt Pee Wlsby' and idMitifk.
tractor and trailer, headed north on U. S. that the driver had to brakes tiin officer Ray of
jam on The Myers ,
Chamber of Commerce, It open to the annual service' Special music! commemorating 20 yearn of the Selective Service System,
1 about two miles south of Titusville, truck went out of control, skidded and She, r Leigh, Wilson office, in*
all young men between the ages was presented by the THS Chop tervkv In In* Selective Service Hudson Joined' Die ranks of the
wound up in a "neat Jackknife" Wednesday jackknifed. Webb was injured slightly of 21 through as, regardless of ". ...t.Next System due It II. Hudson In "draft bo'ul" In March, 1944 and vtstljated the d ltli.
afternoon. According to Highway and treated at Jess Parrish Memorial How \ Accord nj to Larsen, Gore wee
occupational or professional on the ttjenna for seniors March, wan delayed until May lies served, umompensated
Trooper Bill Burrell, Charlie Webb, of pital, taken there by Smith Ambulance classification: are their final warns which Hudson, btirAdvnrtte publisher sinre lht time, t Se w diinkrr and bad been ".

Jacksonville, the driver, was headed north Service. Traffic was re-routed for a time Major purposes of the Jaycees started this morning and will too who has served twice it The certificate nf appreciation. arrested several times In connec.
when another vehicle passed him and cut over the unfinished east lane of the four- are community Improvement, tlnue through tomorrow president of the Florida FretsAstxiclitUn signed by President of the t'n- inn with drinking.
back in between the truck and other traf- lane highway- Photo). personal development of its membership School U officially nut on' Wed fVeelverf 'a certlf lied. Stiles Lyndon B. Johnson: Gore wan in operating! engineer '
fic: in front of the truck. Traffic was and leadership trunuij oetdajr with graduation txtrciMt kite: tf ippmuuon and l tlivtr See DRAFT On Page I *ni \uM ttL. ! tI



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2 T usvIU. (Fbrlda' ) Star-Advwtf Monday, June 1, 1M4 VFW Auxiliary : >)> M'

Pays Tribute To IWB'round t&Wi1anlk i

Deceased Members I


Member of the TitusvOle Auxiliary .

W/tl Near ARd Nofea 4228,, Veterans of Foreign Barbara cart on

/ 1t NorfA Sreuord ; Warn, met Friday Afternoon, May Plume 211.3.
:29! it the Tituiville Cemeteryand
placed the Auxiliary Emblematic Initiation of new members and J audience. But, we can't really they recited two finger play

Flags on the gravel of deceased the presentation of drama tell any more of the story be- poems, "The Wise Little Snail"
members In honor of awards highlighted the Titusvllli s cause the "turn away." were and "I Wish I were An Octo

Memorial Day and then visited High Drama Club's end. of.the. so great Saturday night TUT. puss.
LaGrange Cemetery for the tame party Friday evening at th e la repeating the show next Saturday The children marched out to

Local Girls To Attend 4-H I Bayview School Teachers purpose. year pool. Members and guests en night to give everyone a put on cape and gown to the
'" Drummer's March
of
chance to ice it. tune using
I The deceased members laid joyed a barbecue chicken dinned
So te- furl out what Man- their rhythm band Instruments!
in watchlni I
and delighted
la the TltiMvUle Cemeteryare
State Conference IF way thplank" ningbam is searching for ia the to accompany the record.
UF Campus Gladys Carey, Blanch Mil the the new member "walk i
ler, Martha Bell cad Swan into the pooLAI house and does he get caught During the intermission, Mrs

Miss La Vines Haimum, daughter Them of the conference will Snewdea; and .In the LaGrange Elmore, sponsoring teacher or does Mrs. Manningham go Clair Simms, accompanied 'by

of Mr. and Mri Donald be "4 il Foundation for the Fu Cemetery Jeanette Vaughn and presented the drama award i I, mad and use the razor on- his Mrs. Nola Peele, sang "Can't
llannum, 1908 La Grange Lane 1 Minnie Hermtnghous. to Mac Hepburn for "beit actor"1 throat" you'll have to see the Help Loving That Man" and
ture" with "
programmed a
and Mina Kathleen Mendenhall, (Good News), Vivian Robertsun -. show But it will be worth it, the "Christopher Robin.
daughter of Mr. and Mri. E. B.MendenhaM schedule that will allow for educational .wt "best actress (Good News),, entire cast and crew did a fin The children returned dressed

) 2805 Old Dixie opportunities In citizenship f7e Legion Auxiliary JUren Phillips, "best supporting: in their caps and gowns to re-

Highway are among the Drevard and leadership develop. S To Hear ReportOn acrrets" (Oklahoma); George i jobWe must commend Rot ceiv their diplomas presentedby

County girls and boys who will meat. Time will also be provided ConventionUnit Morford "best supporting l Crouch for his lighting effect Jack Sechrest, acting prin

attend 4-H State Conference June for recreational activitiesand r actor" (Oklahoma); Della Rod those gai lights certainly had us cipal.
15th through 19th. fellowship with others. t No.1. American Legion requiiir, "most valuable player"on fooled Ed Austin and Mary The following were presented

Outstanding 4-H teenager from Some of the special occasions Auxiliary will meet June 8 at the .and off stage "Service' Hinson for the set, Millie Ramseyand diplomas: Alex Rose, Billy

all over the state will attend the will be the President's Reception Legion Club. A report of the awards" for non-acting contributions Lila Pickering for their authentic Bluckwell, Cindy Nail David

-.first 411 Joint State Conference a dance swimming, square convention In Jacksonville will were presented to Marianne props and the directors Gilbertson, Gregory GanustJoel

"on the University of Florida dance and a concert. ; ;Yf'I Y R4p be given and<< plan mad for the Langley' and Carolyn Bain. Roneann Crouch and Bob )Pick Carraway, Jackie White, '
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campus at Gainesville. Miss Hannum Is sponsored by lb 1 Installation of new olilttn later A special award was prestted t. eying Jimmy Elite, Linda Smith
The 4H'en are selected according TltusvUle Chapter No. 6, Orderof b this month. Mrs Olga Rodrequlez for "most Patsy Eriekson: Pam Slmmi, '

to leadership, citizenship, the Eautera War and Miss Like to direct a play Due to Ricky Tomdale Steve Powell,
contributions by a parent"
and achievement based on 411 Mendenhall by the Tttusvffla _"""U''U'--...,,__ ;" ''.'- ",.; .' ---...- Attending the convention June two of the Miniature Stephannle Ward man, Susan
records and activities. Junior Woman' Club. 4 to T will be Mrs Arthur Can- illness
Esther who tlj- Treed and Terri Larks.
Wyli, serves a* librarian Deanna Cox of 2UM All teachers at Whispering First directorsare
del unit president and Mrs W. Nighteri summer
,
at Bayview I II formerlyof Grange Lane and formerly o/ H. Barnard secretary. Mri. HlUs Elementary School will be unable to do a show, M the

VFW And Auxiliary Install New York but has spent the Springfield, Ohio, teaches the Gaudet will he a page and. Mrs. guests <*f the PTA this.Thursday group-is looking for' replace Mu Phi Mu Chapter
last
six year In Florid 2nd and :3rd! year basic studentt l Club.
for lunch at the Torch
will Several delightful plays
Barnard serve ai chairmanof ments.
And Guests GatherAt
I She has her B. M. Degree from at Bayview School. \
tellers. The other and musicals consider
delegate arc being
Ithaca College of New York and She is a WBS graduate of -
In Banquet Ceremony May 28 MtlfIgun "are Mrs J. J. Comics ana Mrs Piano students of Helen (Mri. ed and will be selected this Griffith HomeThe
taught 21 year at N.Y.S.Her College I.I Tenn., and ha
Mae Haynci. Mrs Fred Greco Ted held their annual week. If Interested
) Layman you're ,
residence I II now located laBcllwood. ID A. B. Degree in English. She members of Mu Phi Mu
Charles Strickland was .Installed M, R. Mortensrn, Quartermaster will also soon begin graduate and her daughter Pam are planning recital Sunday afternoon in Hel please..phone 2673094.in chapter of Beta Slama Phi sorority

Commander of Titusville ; Ralph Scbeibel, Chaplain; work l Ia Americas) Literature.She on attending and will carry en's lovely home: on Lakevlew M. r!' N. theatre wm hold husbands and guests were

-:Post 4228, Veteran of Foreign Dallas Morrison, Trustee; and i Ie a member of the First the unit colors In the procession. Lane in Whispering Hills. Per. a general membership meeting entertained at the home of Mr
the of the convent.
4 Wars and Mrs Opal O'Donnell, wYM Christie Church of TltiuvUlc al at opening forming 'in the recital were Gret- Friday time and place to be and Mri Nell Griffith 4294 Es.
Edward T. Cribbini, Trustee. ion. Pam won the 12th district ,
Installed President of the she like the announced Wednesday. Future
was and slate that chen Brown, Defile Moretto, Lake
for the most outstand sex St., South Village,
contest
Ladles Auxiliary during a banquet Ladies Auxiliary officers also state of Florida and this area Liz and Larry Feeney Karen productions, dates and tryout 23.
ceremony at the Post Home installed were Eleanor: Palscr, very much. log junior, and will compete and Suzanne Tulley and Diane dates will be announced at this Saturday night May
Members of Theta Omicron
with the other district winners
28. Senior Vice President Kay Bair _._ time. All members urged to
Thursday evening,-May ; --- --- Kitchen. are also invited
Chapter
at Jacksonville.The were guests
Commander Jack Carney of Junior Vie Precidcnt; Dorothy ;9 6r Following refreshments of attend as there will be an election at this social ,athcrlng.UNDERGOESURGER.

Eau; Gailla, ,District 8 Commander Cribbiru, Secretary-Treasurer; I'r. unit is Invited to attend punch end cake, the youngsters of officers to serve with the (

assisted by Edward Cross of Nancy Mortensen Chaplain; the Lcglon'i Old Timers Nighton enjoyud a pool party in the Lay adult advisory'' board. Nominations !

Satellite Post 8191, Eau Gallle, Gertrude James, Conductress r. June 9th when the post will man's backyard pool. will be taken from the Mrs Mattie
Shackney, who
Installed the VFW officers! and Ruin MvArdle Trustee. honor the older member A din. liner, but members are request.

Mrs Nellie Taylor Rockledge A covered dUh supper preceded ner will precede the meeting We hear Fire Chief Jim Brown ed to consider these things when lives with her daughter, !Mrs
Post District 8 President, Install the meeting. nominating someone to office: Is Dorothy Davidson on Thor St..,
is 1 looking for
<<,) a new secretary. Indian River City, underwent
ed the Auxiliary officer assistedby Guests attending, In additionto Miss Nancy Russell Seems his current secretary will the person dependable and real. this morning at Wues-
Harriet Mill, Satellite Auxiliary the 'installing officers, were soon be a bride and exchangingher ly Interested in dramatics? Will surgery
t thoff Memorial Hospital, Rook-
81 Bl, Eau .Gallle, as 'installing Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller Jr., Honoree At Shower secretarial duties for household that person represent the, mem ledge, where she Is assignedroom

Conductress. and Walter Miller, Sr., Eau Gal. Miss Nancy Russell who will duties. Anyone interestedcan hers Ideas at meetings of the advisory 228.

Installed were Mile Rollings- lie; and Mrs. Kenneth Howe, : become the bride of Jack Gllllng- contact the chief at the Fire board
worth, Senior Vice Commander; Indian River CIty All from 6 through
youngsters
Dept.
ham en August lath, was honor.
r' ed at a shower given Monday. high school interested !In dramatics PerJonat

: :: ) ; May 25th, at the home on Wanda St. Teresa' Catholic Woman'i on stage or behind stage,
Sea Park Elementaty P. T. A. Molly Hodges 2nd and 3rd v-. .
year I ... Strom. Club will meet this Thursday at are Invited to attend the meeting Mr. and Mrs John Eads of
I regular teacher at Bayvlcw, received R'.r'' I 8 p.m. In room 7 of the school. and join! the organization. the Nova Motel plan to leave

her B. A. Degree from 'aaa: l' Guest attending were Mrs This will be the club'i last meet Highlight of the season will be Friday for a two weeks' visit
JCops Coveted Council AwardSea Howard College, Birmingham,
Alabama ;'\ R ... 4 ry 'J Elly Wirnand Mrs. Helen Con- ing until September. The C. W. the presentation of awards for with relatives at Mt. Airy, N C,

Park Elementary P.TA their Saturday mevies, Meadow- Her 'hometown is Dccatur: ... ._".......11,); ,..,1. Yad Mri. Marlnn Ctrl, Mrs Virginia C. Buyer's Bargain Shop will remain .-, oulstandlng.acting performances,, I. n___
Georgia and she has been l Bohannon, Mri. Rosemary open throughout the summer and other fields of the theatre. ,
captured the coveted best all. lane for promotion of cultural teaching Gloria Willis of 1115 English
round award for the third con. arts, Harbor City for Its bicycle at Bayview for the past two Street teaches the second year Winjertsahn, Mrs. Mary Greene, however with a large variety Mrs. M. C. Edewaard plans to

tecutlve year at the County safety school!, and TltusvUle years. regular clan at Bayview. ThisIs Mri. Betty Fincher, Mri. Norm of used items including The Wee One's Kindergarten leave today following a three
P.T.A. Council's awards ban. high school for Its publications She Is a member of the first her second year. Damron, Mrs Viola Benoit, Mrs. furniture clothing appliances, held annual graduation exercises weeks' visit at the home of her

quet Wednesday evening, May project. A special goodwill Baptist Church of Titusvllle. Her hometown I I. Greenville Toni Poff knick knacks and many others. Thursday T p.m., at Titiuville daughter, Mrs. E. A. Smith, 209
Alabama and she graduated The shop is open from 9 a.m. to Woman's Club Building. Palmetto St.
20 at the Ramada Inn Cocoa award .wt
went to Pineda for it*
Beach. from Howard College, Birmingham Mri. Jeannlne Cuthbertson, 8 p.m. on Friday and 9 am to 6 Mrs. Jake Sechrest directorand
walking blood bank. Alabama In 1962. Mrs Lynn Tempest, Mrs Betty p.m, on Saturdays. teacher/ welcomed parentsand

Judge Bowdon Hunt of Bar Outstanding chairman cited Her roommates are also teach. Masck, Mrs Diana Barker, Mrs guests and expressed appreciation Mrs. George Scobie Sr. and

tow, retiring president of the were Joseph Fox, Harbor City's ers In Tltusvtlle, They are Mary Florence Strom, Mrs Charlotte Hats off to Titusville Little for the parents' cooperation son Reed returned home Friday

.National Council of Juvenile safety chair-nan Mrs. Howard t, I Itt Quarles, who teaches at River- Russell Elsie Scott, Skipper Theatre's "Gaslight" crew, we during the year. from several days' at Mrs. Sco-

Court Judges, addressed the Yates, Central ; junior high's hIr"sR view, and Nancy West, a teacherat Morton. certainly enjoyed the show. Although The program opened by the bie's summer home In Clayton,

two hundred P.T.A. members historian; Mrs, Richard Blvans, Tltusville High Carole Flncher Anita and the first act opened with group repeating the Pledge of Georgia.

and their guests on "What We W J. Creel's program chairman; Janice Maffare, Linda Bartlett the Mannlngham's of Angel Allegiance, followed by one
Can Give Our Children." Mrs. Joseph Sanders, W J. and Ginger Bohannon. Street (Ethel Sego and Ken Moi- verse of "America." .....5.....

A sense of humor, faith and Creel's health chairman' ; Mrs. ton) seemingly nothing more The children then sang and .... :... lw ew"
The bride-elect received many than a drab Victorian couple danced several songs, as follows: ,
willingness to assume responsibility A. D. Fryey Tltusville high's I ,
nice gifts. Refreshments with their "The Little ( bt rrld Ilick4s'US a
are all more Importantthan study group: chairman; and Mr. were only problem coquettish Lazy Hen", "Johnny Iclltt! (
material possessions said and Mrs. James McCoskey served andcnjoyed by all. young maid (Elma Scott), Jump up", "Polly The Polly. ... .,ny..ew.r
1 the pljy loon bursts Into excite. wag," "Needle In .. ..
Judge hunt, but the one thing Coquina elementary' audiovisual et a Haystack", .. ..
that parents can give their chairman Miss Crutchfield ment with Mr. Mannlngham accusing "You'll Never Catch Me," Then . .

children that no one else can w Graduates his wife of removing a
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May picture from the wall and hid.
give them is their time. Happy
childhood memories are essential Mrs. Roberts HostessTo e Misa Anne Crutchfield daughter ing it It then becomes evident m t

Woodrow Darden, superintendent Club Thursday of Mr. and Mri. Albln p. Manningham is slyly trying to
Crutchfield, 1715 Whispering drive his
frail wife mod.
of the Brevard County
Mrs Roy F. Roberts Sr. was Hills Road was among the graduates When Mannlngham leaves, the
.school, extended greetings from
hostess to the Birthday club pta Georgia Pelt who taught several of Croismore (NC.) High harming retired Inspector
the board of instruction.
public
Mrs noon luncheon at CoJonal years la Kentucky, is now a School receiving diplomas Friday Rough (Charles Bradfield) TUESDAY DOORBUSTERYARD
Bert GISI, president of the ap
night, May 29.
council, Introduced Bob Hudson, Lounge last Wednesday honoring second year teacher at Bayview.She r.v pears on the scene and convinces
the birthday of Mrs H. H. Cole. has her B. S. Degree awl la .
chairman of the board of public Mr. and Mrs. Crutchfield at. Mrs. Mannlngham of her hus
:instruction; board members Per. man. a graduate of Eastern Kentucky. l tended the exercises and Anne band's ill will and a past guilt. GOODS SPECIALPRICES
State College Also she is presently
cy Hedgecock and John Turner; After enjoying a birthday cake accompanied them home. She The Inspector's humorous quipsand
her master'adegree
Pr Bradley Baker assistant and the opening of gifts, the working in elementary on education. ._----- ---. will spend the summer with her his "medicine to get rid of GOOD TUESDAY ONLY -
-nuptrlntcndent' of schools Dr. guests played bridge. Mrs. Cole. parents her fears" were I delight to thefi
; This Is her first year In Flor Doris Maynor of Indian River AFTER_TUESDAY PRICES GO BACK UPI _
Phil Constant, assistant superlntedent man and Mrs. Henry Goethe received ida. Her husband teaches at City teaches the 2nd year regular i I
-- In charge of elementary high score, prizes of Venetian Parkway School. students at Bayview. She I I.

:education; and members of the glass. She and her husband reside at 1957 graduate of Berry Col- For a New Summer Vfardrobtl

-touncil': executive board. Others present were Mrs. Jessie 1111 Lane Avenue and they have lege Rome, Georgia and has herB.

Mrs D. R. Santee awards Peppers Mrs. II. H. Hudson three sons Michael. David and S. Degree In education DressFabrics

". .chairman presented the memo Mrs. Glenn Henderson, Mrs R. Mark. _. She Is a native of Bradenton. 1Z
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-bershlp plaque to Merritt Island E, Henderson and Mrs. R. L.

: elementary school Harbor Culbertson of Port St. John. fi fir
City: elemental y received the ,

.PT.A. publications plaque, and TO MACON GA. FLORIDA'S FASTEST GROWING
'J Sea Park alto received the plaque r r

for study groups and workshops Mr. and Mrs Joe A. Hughes of GAS UTILITY BRINGS p 0
Harbor City and Sea Park tied Orlando are. moving this week to

Jon the county council alien- Macon, Ga., where Mr. Hughes NATURAL GAS TO 33cyd
'dance award.Certificates. li an agent connected with the -!:\ d\ C'a ,
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for school projects Central of Georgia Railroad. .

,went to Pineda elementary for Mri. Hushes Is the daughter TITUSVILLECity Values 98cyd.e .
their health and safety project Mr. and Mrs J. C. Rogers, Hopkins I

',w. J. Creel elementary for programs 'Ave., and li a graduate of Help yourself to a wonderfularray
Tltusville High School.GenU Gas Company of Florid has brought
Coquina elementary for Y of beautiful materials!
natural |*i t* Brtvard County. Live modem
and lave mossy with natural gas for cooking ) Assortment Includes miracle

horn noting I, air conditioning clothe dryIng ... fabrics, stripes, tolids, print
water heating and many commtrclal & As w. IM It, the way you look at It ha,'. at ImswrtMW a* hew It and .h.s. Ral savings
(leek to peal If year picture Isn't **> to M'. year ad may need
Industrial application Through our subsidiary a bit W wcrfc te eat It back to normal pcrforminc Call.. lee when> you buy novel!
-Drl-Gai Corporation-w* also supply" expert TV repair, *r cwne Into STEREO STORE to leek a' ear
Why line.* Why age? Why vanish wrinkles for threeor the finest bottled gso throughout the county Mwttt arrivals.'

even 8 hours? Wipe them away twenty-four hoursa All City Cat and Drl-Can cutmrs an M
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day. Correct them DON'T HIDE them. Let a '

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I Coquina Observes Memorial Day e JEWELRY DEPT.SPECIALS .



in Commemoration of Memorial of the Indian River City Wo

Day, a Memorial Day Assembly man's Club Is First Vlce.President '

was held in the Auditorium of the Federation for 1964'

of Coquina Elementary 196.1; Mrs. Gilbert Goshorn ol I WALTHAM or HElBROS Coupon Special Good Thru Wad

School Friday morning. the Titusville Junior Woman's. MEN'S WATCHES

Mrs Virginia Burgess HomeRoom Club is Corresponding Secretary, : t $; w.s. 'we..hw.. COUPON

Croup staged the Assembly and Mis. J. J. Condes, immediate ,r **r. ...*.. .lumlnwn f.Msntf M MAT
and this group consuls of the Past President of the Titus IJ
sr.r.s ;
following students: ville Senior Club, but who livesIn a- ** SACCHARIN
Nancy Bark, David Baldwin, IRC was installed as Chap- ?"t \ j .Mawr, iTl rr.oV-1

Lynne Boone, Gail Caraway, P1 lain of the Federation.Mrs .rwY
Ye Grain Tabe.
Sheila Cochran, Trent Coleman, Men'sWALTHAM
Joseph Draper Kennedy, 1000 Count 19c
Dwight Douglas, Shelly Dover IRC Club: member and past Kc y' J, 4TL a Regular 39c
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spike Gayle Erhurt,
President of the Melbourne Sen. CALENDAR

Phyllis Falzon, Sidney Gills, Ion Club was appointed Publicity wAttH ;r'Ie I 1wI" 1 Wll" se aNwM Ywe. alt I

Kathy Hagood, David Holloway, Chairman for the Fedora sIw
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Dennis Grouse, Michael Marr, tion far next year. Another ..l rrrNL,
Lewis Leonard, Sharon Brown, woman from IRC present at 111..1.wN1 ant, rW.IIw. COUPON

Sharon Davis, Debbie Clark, this Installation ceremony was IrN. ..Noel O NM. SPRAYDISINFICTANT :

Harriet ............ I LYSOL
Dazes, Billy Conrad, Mrs. Cart Jackson of U. S. No. 1, -- MMmo.MM fed le ,,Qy'M I I

Margo Greene, Kenny McCallis- --" ,. -_. .- who gave the Devotional. Mrs. Doe Hogood Honoroe at shower MIN ILL
ter, Michael Robinson,
Sharon Davis 6
Patrice Shirer, Pat Stuckey, L9 R"1.49
Paratrooper Travels lotion, Mrs. Helen Hopkins, Den 8ge I

file David Wheclus Sweet,, Jean Richard Trahan Woerner, Ron., kl Day, preceded by all singing Young Andy ChiUlmond, sun Mother of Den No.4, led the [:;] 14 01. S'UYeAl! ?J

Brenda "Cod Bless America. Other of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Kicffer, Cubs and their parents In singIng 1 Men's 2S-Jewel
Barnes and Cherrie the first verse of the "Star- aM1N' I NM. _. NN WN. III
Copeland. songs sung by all were: who recently visited his' home GRUEN AUTOWIND
America the Beautiful, Halls Spangled Banner", The Cub
The program was dedicated to and then returned to his home r
Scouts then led the audience I in
of Montezuma, Anchors Aweigh, wIn or wnwr!!
the memory of the lale President When the Caissons Go Rolling station Fort Bragg, North Car repeating the "Pledge. of Alle I b,0wi, 55 5, 38 mmtraemi, COUPON __
John F, Kennedy and General &[ la I II
Along (Field Artillery Song), olina hid a surprise when he giance" rr./MniiMi, KWtvtlfnt iMntf.MtM M* BB?
Douglas McArlhur. The CREST
Off We Go and Cod Bless got there. His whole regimentwas In keeping with the theme of Ital I
program was supervised by Mrs.
America. ordered to the Panama (he month, nothing would be Reg 83c Tub
Burgess, who was i in charge of Decay a
the stereo Sharon Davis was A poem, "Memorial Day," was Canal area for 10 days and then more appropriate than "In ladies'l1 I 'C

Master of Ceremonies. recited by Jean Trahan, and they returned to Fort Bragg dians" The Civic Center looked Wallham, |f Fighting 'Orlll.... 57'Wununtrtra

The program began with the concluding the assembly, all Andy is in the 81st Alrbourne almost like an Indian Village. Hclbros Grucn .
sang "This Is My Country" and Division of the U. S. Army. Each Den had a teepee and all of 5 JN.11,, ..nbn.31. I aha." t wIII, Mw _. III
Fledgo to the Flag. The hall was
the Cubs .
"I'm a Yankee" Flower gills were dressed< like Indians

filled to capacity with some 300 who brought bouquets of beautiful Whispering Pints News some In almost stages of ;1h./1 IM ..Nh.a r.INn1 meM.M

students and teachers. The flowers to the rostrum were undress. Each Den represented a .../ 11111h. COUPON mramran V
Roy Ernest and son, Charles, rr.w w.r.w.s. :t
National Anthem was then sung different Indian Nation and they .
by all; Sharon then gave a Betty Clark and Harriet Bazen. spent last Tuesday decp lea fish dressed according to the nationrepresented 175 O00 h Gillette ST STCELSS:
to [
brief announcement of the Dedi As there are some 750 children ing. They were well rewardedwith r All around the room 45.00 LM I '

cation of this Assembly; Lynne in the Coquina Elementary a recorj catch of red snap. were works of Indian art.! There I LADES Ref Ifc

Doone read from the 3rd Chapter School, this assembly was repeated pers.Mr. were totem poles, decorated war \
\ of the Book of Ecclesiastes twice during the day so that and Mrs. Martin Petersonand Col. W. H. loshoff lances, tomahawks, spears, etc, 2-Dlamond PACKAGE OF 4 5ge

regarding a "Time for Every the remaining students cpuld family from St. Cloud, were Cub Scout Newt Cubmaster Rick Barrett announced Waltham or Cruen Double. Edge Bledestlnlll .. .

thing"; a memorial poem was paititlpate. Thus the significance visitors the theme of the meeting and calla
Sunday of the Park l1 Itmtt
own
Cub Scout Pack 310 of Indian then each Den J I weak -_. Mrtl'WM. S/S
then read by Kathy Hagood, en- and the history of Memorial gave a skI!. matekmo MHfiilaflkr y,
ers, Clyde and Carol Cow Un. MlM In MIN ,
'titled "In Memory" Day was brought home to River City held Its monthly (puck Den No. 1, under the guidance M r It N1d '

Sharon then introduced the all of the students and personnelof Mr. and Mrs. Peterson are re- meeting last Thursday eveningat / of Mrs. Stella Zirnfus, gave a 1e1.. ..,, wh.hN

the Coquina Elementary tinning to their summer home in the Civic Center.. The theme of rendition of a Chippewa War COUPON
guest speaker for this
assembly, School. Owing to other affairs Springville, N. y where they Dance; Den. No. 2, under .!r.. J 50 lo
Col. W. H. Bonhoff, U. S. Army, the meeting( was "America" 2597
Nova Thurlow, gave i sample 62.50 Ui'Ladles' ASPIRIN
Bayer
rn hand, Col. Boshoff not plan to their r
Retired Veterans Service Officer was resume hobby exhibiting The meeting was opened with of a Hopi snake dance. The boys
for Brevard County and asked to repeat his talk three model steam engines on presentation of the colors by the acted out the parts well and
Service Officer for times. He had written out his Cub Scouts of Den No. 4. Inxtcuci very ladies' Diamond GrucnIn
Post .
No. 1 a lour of the Middle West. even to the point where the Indian
and 12th District of the American talk in advance, and this was of just a routine presentation of handled live snakes and I/ Ie... ..w1wn1 ; Reg. 79c Bortlo of 100 54e
Mr. and put .
: Mrs. Wayne Bowman ,
Legion. read to the two subsequent assemblies. the Colors, the Cubs staged/ a them In their mouth In whin'rMllUnl MIOthMk ,-.... S groin' teUetitlmM
and son, Ricky, and Patti Cow- "Talking Flag". One cub sated ; Mrs. Connie .......,. N.1,e.wed. 4988
His talk was on "Memorial Vince, Den Mother of Den ., 0_.... ..1IlN
Day", its history, what it really Im, visited the Citrus Tower at the Flag questions about its origin No. 3 and her Cubs give a simple N t ..IM. MUM thru. W" .*. eaCOUPON rn

meant and how it was observed Surprise Luncheon Shower Clcarmont recently and then picnicked and the Flag answered telling of i Cherokee dance Accord.

throughout the United States The beautiful home of Mrs. at Rock Springs last Sun how It was first formed, ing to some ad libbers In the audience SWISS WATCHES Tyj.nUfJltUUJKU

He observed that this Is Lorraine Hadwin at 225 N. Coq famous battles In which she was this must have been the BW&ftf tK
Day a day. 1I.too J- ,.. .. _. ___
Patriotic National Holiday set uina Avenue, was the scene lust flown and! the configuration of ,,origin of the "Cherokee Stump", P..uo h........ ef ...... MMe. --
Newly rived'residents of the the Flag at the time of the Bat .', ,W.w, IMa. 597 I
aside to honor the memory of Wednesday of a surprise luncheon Den No. 4 under Mrs. Helen .irlt. SI4,M win/ .. BURMA SHAVE
lie Us
The told ,
and Baby Shower given by trailer park are Mr. and Mrs. Flag history Hopkins Comanche
American a
Servicemen who give
gave such the last star of the
as 50
John
Ccarly. Nancy Cearly Is
Mrs. Hadwin and Mrs. Darbara a Dance This dance of the
their lives for their Country. was a
teacher on the Staff of was for Ha will; the First Flag DISCO
Wolfe Coquina Regular
Boiihoff quoted from Nathan honoring Mrs. Dee had thirteen stars and thirteen hunt. In the dance were a buf WATCHESQQ 27
Hale "Greater Hagood of 875 Cleveland Rd. Elementary school, while John falo 6 Os. B9e
love hath no man stripes and the stirs were In a and several hunters. The Won't .t..p Ii
than that he give his life for This function was a complete nie Cearly was a sailor In the circle; how the Flag got its nameof dance proceeded to where the votchi .*d uo'..' 999

his Country" He went on to ..uprlsto Mrs Hagood because U.S. Navy He his just been "Stir.Spangled/ Banner" during braves slew the buffalo and ended Prou W.tcht. L L 5/5,1. ( "'"II MUM Mrs. w" >... Ill j
honorably .
discharged, and
she come
tell that originally this Day came to Mrs. Had- the Battle of 1812: at Fort up with the braves carryingthe
honored the memory of Service win's home In shorts, carrying a here to join his wife Johnnie Is McHenry, and what each of the dead buffalo off stage; Den 6-TRANSISTOR '

men who fell in the Civil War, yardstick to help Mrs. Hadwin the: new assistant in the 7.11 colors stood for No. S, under the direction of Den 'itcilirtOfl_ .. COUPON aiflUfiiiftiJiW1. _- !|

but that today we honored all In a crises of hanging wallpaper Grocery Store on State Road No. After the Flag gave Its presen See !I.R.C. NIWS On Page 4MORE RADIO

Service men In all the Wars of All the automobiles of the guests 50. They have Just acquired | r ll Compbto wild Lustre., Cresnc I IQ

the United Statel.Concludmg had been hidden further down their own new trailer, and moved -f, i- e J Uothor CorrrlKf 8
Coquina Avenue, and there were to their new home at C.ir.ot: I ; COM, SatNdeb 65 SPRAY SIT Jumbo o
a plain, and mat no In front anal I ono1 1mph..e
cjrs of the Hadwin
ter of fact talk to the students, 14 '1, Ref 99e 62e
home. Dee Hagood was completely Mr. and Mrs Donald Home THAN MONEY,..PEOPLE ARE OUR BUSINESS ,

he mentioned that this date was and totally surprised to and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tuck. 111 9-TRANSISTOR MJ l Spray Cen. aLLI

he 47th Birthday of our late Pre- open the front door and find 'er spent last Sunday visiting / / wlMYN.. Mw WN. U1
sulrnt John Fitzgerald Kennedy, more than 15 women waiting to :Sanlando Springs AM-FM RADIO

and he stated that as History honor her Miss Roberta Booth and Miss CompUte with 'tIS<

unfolds, we would honor our late The guests enjoyed a luncheon .Anne Cowlin will be the guests L..rh., Corrrln 1997 2'II1aJtJQUIdJtCOUPON' ; : iui_____

President because if ever any I of deviled eggs, tomatoes stuf- end
lorphono
man gave his life for his Country fed with tuna salad, assorted I park owners, for the next week Paper Napkins

John Fitzgerald Kennedy I cracker, pickles and olives. .Anne is their daughter and Roberta 1-00' MIw, ."..".. lit d..Nose ..
most certainly did. _........ PERT BRAND
is
Dessert was Lemon Chiffon from South Weymouth, u II 4r
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Bnshoff then removed his 'Jello Cake. The dinner table Mass, where she is employedby ......". and''' N//IW Big 200 Count ,In. o rtusoblo 2 3 e I

Leglnn Cap and draped it over was adorned with pink and blue the New England Telegraph W'1jTf t 1-"," plastic ""/.

his left shoulder for prayer and I lowers( at.d bows of ribbon. After ind Telephone Company. Anneal \ 'ID ) Ray 39cHunt I

concluded his address by saying j I lunch, the guests adjourned been employed by the New :a1a .. | wlHI, MUM Wiry WH." S/S
"We tow our heads and solemnly to I the living room and gathered fork Hospital, Cornell Medical fk ] ft:. a" a] I [j]

say to our dead servicemen, ,around the beautiful pink and Center:: N. Y. City as a graduate I tJ.UWt 3

"Rest In Peace." I blue beribboned gift table where staff nuise. She will be returning C >"t'lfl i COUPON.frltjOnflfljE
Thereafter a series of choral to the Peter
Bent
j Mis Hagood began opening the Brigham
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readings were given for Mcmorl-. I
,many gifts she had received Hospital in Boston, when their

from her friends, old and new week.holiday comes to an end this ,,. .fr: ;:? Irn'l'4 SARANWRAP

alike.

Guests were: Penny Kieffer, While. working: In the hospital .- a ..*, ..,?," "Irtitii a.' a / .;FOOT ROLL p

TELL Charlotte Boone, Dints Hoover[ in New York she took a part : 26CL
1 CARAT OF DIAMONDS )S< Cloor Plostleilmll
Frances Price, Zoe Ferclra, time job as Official Photograph.
full/ I K ef .!..
Clenria Johnson Janette Martin er for the Louisiana Pavilion at ,
THEM .Ma rhn..r
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the New York World's Peter has savings pin? 44'
Nellie DUI ke, Evelyn Durge, Fair a ..I. _
ABOUT Catherine Hcllpenstcll, Patricia ...... ,,.. uNN1DIAMOND 19700

Crimbly and Jan Rockwell. From Pans account of his own ..rec.,... __ COUPON MngjOnc?

ELCOME Mr and Mrs. Charlie Schultz,

y Annual Installation from Pennsburg, Penn., have PENDANT GOODAIRBig I II'

WAGON Two women from Indian River arrived to spend some time visiting He learned early that It pays to live for "10m., /.......... M< In I I

and Titusville Mrs. Schult,'. sister and day. Soon, he'U be learning about our minx I4N MAN ..!. IflSS '
1ye1 tnM. ef i MAr ale IMSOT City one from w Ilk I4" MM. | 1JWWh 7 o*. AEROSOL
I lll1II'IwM' II lose.s.wealit. be who will hold prominent offices brother.in.law, Harold and Betty other banking services. Peter's Dad banks here, .'*. SM tS p1w. I / :
to M ..... she* MOOMWSIM. Whitaker 1:11 CAN. Odorless Slce! 39Cd
in the Bievard Federation of 205 Indian River g
..Tkqr wW. ts MfhM. Mtk County too. Won't you stop i In to see us soon? I( I s
k tile IMM sf fffli" oM MsM. .. of Women's Clubs for 1964- Avenue While here, they will 4 tlz i CARAT Of DIAMOND Floral. It... 79c

hbrtssttee they"'" III' .ilS Seas 1965, were Installed recently also; visit their daughter and her VMT .*_ .* ow' .,.
a.11 1 rlN.N. sew ellI
air kosteM; s symbol if tilt em- at the last county meeting of fdmily Mr. and Mrs. Don Hea- PAID ON MoC .....1...., ... I: 1 I IB
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Mrs. James M. Plumb (Shirley Villa pros, just north of Titusnlle. HIM ..,.. ._II I i w COUPON __ ,
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.. ( 1, fl 64 ..-: vln I. Howe, Mlms. come home empty handed. The Webelo Badge; G Hopkins Lion I
Jess Parish Hospital Activity Discharged: Margaret Dublin, Wfbfto Den, under the leadership Badge and Onld Arrow' Point; M.
of Harvey Robinson, enacted Robinson Silver Arrow Point
Smith Constance Austin,
Ashley ,
Seoul Pack 312 Admission and dismissal at ring, Nona Thomason. of In- Harold Royce, Beth Beddmg- the death and burial of an Indian and Wcbclo. Patch; R. McCafierty -
Gold Arrow Point D. Robinson
brave
Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital, d'an' River City; Verdi. Edwards, field, Betty Call Wilson, of TltuKvilfe ;
After the skill were ever, Riley Geld Arrow Point T Me-
1Cub period May 23 to 27, art 11 Arnold SImmi, Cerinds Fltbach, ) XoslU Stevenson, ;
McCafferty showed somt mtvltsthat Knney 2 silver Arrow Points;
follows of Mime; Joyce Elite Quails, of Mina; Kent I&fglnbothim, .
were taken when some of D. Hill Bear Book.
23 Sharpes Ruby tfelmsn, Randy Pickering, tilt Cub Scouts went tn an outingat
Picnic Mir Den No. 4 won the attendance
Catherine Stark,
Family : Discharged: of Indian River City.
Webelo Island In tilt Indian
Admitted: Shirley Bean, Samuel Aston Funk Viola Miller Ver- banner with 100 per cent attend
May 27 River, Cubmttter Barrett inounrtd >
Jesse, Barter Ziegler, non Gleawn! James PHngle, ance. Gifts were presented to
Cub SctuC Pack 312 mt al t for UM Hospital soon of Indian Corn, and the Honor Andre Brearly, Betty Oil Wilson William White, David Holland. Admitted: Leona Richardson, that the text ewnmlttet Mrs. Betty Hill and Mrs. Nova

Blaoton Park for a family picnic A Bobcat Induction Ceremony nf growing the tallest and !healthiest James Bratcher, Constance of Tltusvifle; Clara Gibson, Oak Peggy Martin, Mildred Caruth- meeting would Bt harm held.tn f>the le- Thurtow. These gifts were In appreciation -
bale tk! tf June at his t
and Pack Meeting on Sunday was held for Robert Allneo, who corn of the day. Austin, J. C. Mooney, Bettie Hill; Judy Mitchell and baby, ers. William Daniels. made of the wonderful work
sine Avenue Ht aim apia
May 24.Cubmtster. placed Ms name pin on the rank The June Pack meeting Will Palmer, Henry G. Crunk, III, Madge Hurley, Gentry Greene, Knight, James Maltble, Mean for news from tilt parents to ladles have done as Den Mothers
Gibson presided board after receiving his Bobcat be tn June :21st, at 3.00: o'clock, of Tltuivllle; Gentry Greene, Hugh Hazen, of Indian River West, of Titusville; Stephen Refreshments were served by the
swell the cub'
ever' what seemed to b. many ain from his father with a program of games and Frank W. ROM, !Randy C. Pick- City; Maxine May of Christmas; Amsto, Jacqueline Norment, treasury. mothers of the Cubs of Den No
different tribes of Indian War. Gary Suter was escorted down awards Karen Kirklen, Eau Gallic. Linda K. Doney, Millard Finch, Following the announcements 3.

clews, Mrs. Ownby's Den ,3 the long row of Cub Scouts by May of Indian River City; Isabellt Cubmsater Barrett had all the I I

brought In the colors wild a Ml Wcbclos Leader, Wiley Fish. Admitted Marlon F. Hardy Kelly of Mime Cuba go outside the building The 1 I',

ceremonial Indian' dance After er. At the end of the trail was Brevard Firms r Rita Davis,: Robert Creel, Llda* Discharged: Emma Partlock, Council Fire was lighted and the' MR. BUILDERt Art You
Cubs then back with three PLEASED with tt>. QUALITY
!Ow salute to the flag, Mrs. scoutmaster Bill Luecklng and Man Ford, Harmon Russell, William. Scott, Thornton DeCamp These came Bobcats J. tf your TERRAZZO FLOORSwsantour ?
prisoners. were
tanarls Den 1 gave a reading his eon. Bob, who welcomed William S. Scott, Jeanne A. Larson Shirley Bean, Kathy D. Hatton. -
Moran G. Teel and
MI toe triRln of fire. Each boy Gary to Troop 320, and put his Obtain ChartersEleven Patricia O. Crawford, Char- Smith, John Flynn Mary Mikels, When ,Cubmaster Barrett pro'seined OWENS TERRAZZO INC.

Illustrated his reading with cards new neckerchief on him. Gary lea Harrison, of Titusville; AnneP. James Mooney, of Titusville; their pins to the parents full CnllM.
which ht had drawn In tile Indian received the Webelos bar, highest : Brevard County firms Maw Smyrna Hvarh OA 14551FOR
Hancock of Indian River! City. James Delaney of Mimi; Anne t. pin on the boys, ht admonished
sign language. They wore award In Cub Scouting, anda obtained charters from the office .
Discharged: Louise Metzger Hancock and baby boy, of In them to pin the pins on up-
Very calorful headdresses which Grs'luallon Certificate from of Secretary of Slate Tom 1 and baby boy, Jeannette Eads dian River City. aide down until the boys did a EVERY HOUSE
had made themselves the Cubmasler. Adams during the past week. FURNISHING NEEDMATHER'S
they Rita Davis
and baby boy Douglas good deed, after which they could
Mrs Bender's !Den 2 acted Other awards were ai follows: The two from North Brevard Lay, Walter Reed, Ernest wear their pin right side up.

nut I story on the sun and the Mike Lanarls Silver Arrow; were: New Arrivals Holt, Maurice Monroe, Sherl I.R.C. NEWS Others receiving awards were: of NEW SMYRNA

frost and the value of both heat Wiley Flaher Lion Badge Web. Pamco of Florida Inc., 222 Pine via the StorkNew Parker, of Tltuivllle; Albert T Knight, Gold Arrow Point; Call Collect 428-4131

and cold to mankind. This was tins Patch; William Allgeo -WolC Street, Indian River City, auth- Ferrell, of Atlanta, Ga. (Continued From Page 3) L. Vance, Gold Arrow Point; J. New Smyrna BoothMaternaLane .

done by Indian sing language, Badge Gold and Silver Arrow; ices stock 10 shares of commonof arrival, via the Stork, at May 21 Mother Mrs. Dee Wood, Lion Badge, Gold] Arrow

with the Den Mother"" narrating.The Gerald Hatcher Wolf Badge, no par value, tiled May 22, Jell Parrish Memorial Hospital: Admitted: Raymond Register, enacted t Chippewa McCafferty Indian leg, Point, Silver Arrow Point and

Cubmaater announced thatIt Gold And. Silver Arrow; Nell dealing In wood and metal nom A son, Charles Frederick Edwards Leon Simon, Annie Davis, Mary end called "The Indian who did OF ORLANDO

had been arangcd by Mrs. Mullin. Webelos. Den Patch; innings. ,Incorpnrators are Erie Jr., born May 23 to Mr. Mkkels, Jane Laraway, Gail M.Qulmare his best", This concerned a )young IN JUST 15 MINUTESIF CENTRAL FLORIDA'S MOST
Hubtager for the boys and their Brian Barnes Denner Stripe; A and Patricia B. Westphal of and Mrs. Charles F.: Edwards, *, Beth Beddlngfleld, Indian who wanted to learn how YOU HAVE TO COMPLETE MATERNITY SHOPS

famine* too, If they whth to go, Terry homey Assistant Den- Winter Haven and Mary E.: and Sr., of Mims, weighing 7 Ibs. Randall Hartung Rose Lee Jenkins to hunt. He was advised by one SCRATCH YOUR ITCH OAdrn 54555MI <
Charles of Indian you 411 hrk ... .. JIIOHTH 0..1'': AVIi.CIA. .
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to vtiit Florid. Wonderland ami steel AlbartBender Denner 1 oz. of Titusville; Martin Armstrong of the old men of the tribe. He Qulrk-ilrrlitir. IrCN N C-slIT': .1.....- ...... ..,...
the Sraquarlum. Boys will go to Strike;Jib Blankenshlo) Assistant River City.' A ton, David Roger Thomason, Darlene Bolick of Indian learned so well that on his first ....tI.. .Ih.kills Itok .mil'.m.*>to rnl.kiin.il>.*. .tnlUppllo hnllni. 541 .. UHANCIB AVIC.

Florida Wonderland and meet. 'Denner; Frank Hublnger A. and R. Plumbing Co. Inca born May 23 to Mr. and Mrs. River City.Discharged. hunt he got a bear. It was only I Kin ,.. _..... limH MM., (out
the Cubmasler out front, at 10.30: 1 year service pin; Stevo 281S, Merry Lane, Tltusvlllc, Irvin Thomason of Indian Riv. : Ruth Julian and "Teddy Bear" but he did a''I Itrh. alhrr** nrnr>nrrr alas. *r....h.>, )NOW *lFnlnwr CONOTONCV

a.m. unless otherwise Instructed Futch -, Assistant Denner; Dusty authorized stock 100 shares of *r City, weighing'!! 8 Ibi. 13.% oz. baby boy Linda Ford, James -
by their Den Mother. Admissionof Dickinson Bear Badge Gold A daughter, Klmerly Kate Richardson, Charles Harrison HEARING AID' CENTER Li
common at $SO per share, filed
a dollar a person will cover all and two Silver Arrow. Hardy, born May 24 to Mr, and Jeanne Larson' Betty Palmer,II COCOADIRECTORY I Sonotone of Orlando
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23 dealing
May ,: plumbing con.
attractions.. The date for this Mrs. Suter'a Den S closed the Mrs. Daniel S. Hardy of Fron- Andree Breasley, Patricia Craw
It June 4th, the day after school meeting with a beautiful Indian trading. Incornorators are Harold tenac, weighing 7 Ibs. 12-Vi 02. ford, James matcher, Henry Murray S. Long, DI... M"422-2101.
and Catherine Sue Reagan of 501 N. Magnolia, Orlando,
li dismissed. Everyone take a Ceremonial, complete with largo A ion, Stephen Edward Hancock Crank, HI, of Titusville; Mami
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seek lunch and soft drink money, Totem Pole. The village fathers, L. Artitle, both''' of Titus born May 24 to Mr. and Peppers, Arnold Simms, Ruthl **J A13sssrlegfa
as the group will meet In Miss )young warriors, and even little ville. Mrs Billy C. Hancock of Indian Brothers, Verdi Edwards and HI PI 7. Gibson" HAL HARRISS -

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Dens were also encouraged to were entertained with Indian A daughter, Alicia Michelle Mime; Martin Armstrong of Indian Rese ds Band 428.5563 I
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June 1, IM4 Tttuivlllt" (Florida) Star-Advecata AN S _




IJk i. ,. S.e as wi i I, At[LargeCrowd Osceola (' f










Indians Giants WinBy I Drag Strip


An estimated 4,00 people
.,
crammed the 0ceola Prig

Don Hemk Responsible for the run were error The Yankee came within Little League Strip Saturday and Sunday a.

six walks an error and single MM run In the fourth on a walk Milo\ Coleman af st. Petersburg
Pony League by Stan Soloko and Don Homke and singles by McAshan and Lion 4 I**..- I .4itt' I I won the Stock Eliminate avtkt

The Yankees came back with a Gerald Noblea Tommy Strength pitched a two. In the Fifth Sunday Dragatrirf
Clanlt 7 Yankee* I run In their halt on a walk a The Giant made UTS with a hitter and struck out aixteen of meet .

The Ganlta displayed an all. stolen base, and a tingle by run in the fifth on an error a a possible eighteen out a. the Coleman waa driving a Fair}

team effort Friday night aa they Preston Grimm. They made it walk an Interference call, and a Lion shut-out the Beaver 40in lane Ford J
edged past the Yankees 7-6 In (.3 with two more in the second single by Ken Pullins Little League play Friday II III. Little Eliminator was won b

Pony League action They struck on a walk and aingle by Wayne The Yankee scored a run in Bight. I Harold Law ol Orlando I I. tn j
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for six runs In the opening frame Nobles and !Brian McAshan the fifth on two walks, an error, The Lion cord on* marker Mad. Medic, while D H. Wight *j
off loser and starter Gerald Nobles They cored one In the third and another walk With two out In the opening, frame on two RAILS CAUSE EXCITEMENT About Kaylor of St. Petersburg won Top Elimi- Sanford took the Street ElimiaM

making it 6-4 on a walk and an in the Yankees' last half inning walks and two wild pitches. They 7 Class A and B Dragsters kept crowds nator in a B Dragster and Glen Blakeleyof stir In a Corvette.
and the bases loaded the tyingrun added two more In the fourth on alive Saturday and Sunday at the Osceola Tampa took first In Middle Eliminator Top Eliminator was Jim Kay: *

rJI on third and the winning bag knocks by Tommy Strength Drag Strip during the Seminole Timing class in an A Roadster.-(S-A Photo). lot of st. Petersburg In a ,B

... I l'I1ioa_ second, Gerald Nobles hita Hoffman. and Everett They add Association's Fifth Sunday Drags. Jim Dragster.Taking. .. !
blooper between first and second ed the final marker in the sixth '" .... second place In UK
I but Paul Marovich, the on a hit batsman, an error, anda ,. .. UII_ t!.>L"_-. ,"'- Stock Eliminator was Bob TuHc>
'17 IIl1'l Giant' first sicker, made a div single by Brewer 't 1 !Ii:'\> !1 "r.rx.l'; t..te' 't er of Orlando In an Alumimuaj

n ing catch to give the Giant the Strength truck out 16 and Chevrolet and third waa AUf

"Cl win.Thirteen walked two for the win Present, Jacksonville, la Ahimf
year.old Stan Soloko Rocky Johns was the loser lie ," inura Plymouth i

with making his second appearance struck out nine and walked three. "

first start was the winner lie Score by Inning: "!, Titusville Beach To ,
truck out two and walked seven Lion 100 201-4 4 0

Gerald Nobles' was the loser. Beavers 000 000-0 2 0 Open This WeekendSun i

lie whiffed two and truck out Batteries: Strength and Everett
five in the first two.thirds of the ; John and Brown enthusiast leaking on Tl4tusvllle .'
L J1lme l Beach this wUF
,, summer
opening frame Preston Grimm lOll Sr '
Ronrto HuQnM Sporti .Mf noil have all the convenience, If not
whiffed ten and walked six In
\.mr .'b n II Itni. mare than they had at the 014<|

I've never seen a state where people enjoyed car racingas relief. Score by Innings: (T.llvIn'..11I0 Rt :*i 0 I 0 0 0 0 beach which was cloned down
much as they do in Florida. Hrrwrr Sl 8 I I 0Nlrrnalb because of NASA North Mer:'
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Giants 600 01-7 3 2 I P I I 1 IHnffman
Around here, they eat, sleep and drink those suicide Yankee 121 11-6 5 2 lb J I I 2Xv.rot' rilt Island expansion program/

machines that travel 150 miles per hour on the banks at Batteries: Soloko and Mixaon: lim.>. 91)- C I>I> II 0 0 1 1 0 The Beach, which open Sat f

Daytona and the Class AA dragsters that run on the strips G. Noble, Grimm ((1)), and N.vln.Morah"- Lf. Cl 1 I 0 I u 8 0 0 urday June 8, will have restroom -
..all over Central Florida swallow pure alcohol for fuel and Farmer McAshan ((5)) Junior Lt I 0 8 aTMst. *, contention stands picnic II
: hit near the 150 mark at the end of the quarter. Score tables and shattered! arena, now
lox HI / /
They love every minute of it. under conduction and all should
A cooler full of beer of butter UllNTN. '. HKIVKIIMm : be finished l within the next ,
<
t plenty soggy peanut san- \ m th K II HOI.I >'. .%b II. H 1101'.
: wlches, sun glasses and a camera hung around the neck are Hi In Hnnk 81 u U (U I 1Ikloko lyn Lf a U I U week, according to County Reereation >
P 2 1 I 1
hkuff.r. Lf t 0 II 0 I
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generally all of the requirements it takes to be a full-fled Austin I.f a I 0 1Do. 'human"' Ys a 0 0 0 Director Ralph Carter
ged member of this group. Forgot one thing all of these Hcmk.. C 811 0 S 1 I 0 I 1 IMI..on HuHnml K.lIv 3'- IbJirowti a a 0 I 0 II 0 0 SUPER STOCKS Super Stocks, Factory "Alcoa presents', the whit Aluminum- -- --- Lifeguard will \be on duty '

fellows have to take a girl companion, the sharpest lookingone lIur.1ct. lb I J 1 I 0 0 1Msrovleh 1 .. C I 0 0 U Experimental come off the line at Osce Plymouth took third place in Stock Eliminators Monday through Friday from 11 1

in town, wears snazzy looking tight shorts, with high l..kt.l.. 2h 8 I 0 0 Elliot. P 2b 1 J 0 0 0 0 0Jub5. U ola Drag Strip during competition Sunday. .-(S-A Photo). noon to I pm. and on Saturday(; I
heeled shoes and a weird hairdo Something for attraction Pulllns Ht J 0 I 0 l.rrtln.l' Cful 2 0 0 nC.rtrr and Sunday, from 10 a,m until t
Rt I 0 0 0
purposes only. Sometimes I honestly believe these girls Totsds fa 7 5 -T Wonder nr 1 0 0 0 6 Pm.

are running their own race to see If they can get more eyes X.m. TA'S SEES Ab': It II Ha19Cro. Totals 18 0 1 0I.ITTI.II Know And Practice Water Safety; Gurney In TitusvilleFor Cartir sail, 10 there would \be

focused on them than the souped up hot rods that roar likea kMt. 210 I I 0 nhems Meeting Monday no mixUke of getting out t the
Sb 2 I 0 1IMmm
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Saturn going down the back stretch. ( -.Ba P I t 1 aFsrmr .... 5M ..... u,5. Congressman Ed Gurney of the wrong beach by accident the,;
puss C 2 0 0 0 0Noble. 0 (.Inn.' *8 t 2 fKKI.1110 1% II Often Pays Huge DividendsIn Eleventh Congressional District County la I erecting algna showingthe
We took a trip back into the boondocks Saturday even .Cl" : I 1 I Ii I leaver. 11..11II6 ]\4Tlncr. wilt volt TltuavUle on Saturday. new beach area It la located

ing and again Sunday afternoon. I had heard so much about g"ail kland. lit 0 a It 0 0 0 U I ills' I.a. .1:11.4:''NI l S J>, summertime America take font la unattended Equipmentfor June 13 He will be at the Cum' south of the former Jaycee or'

the Osceola Drags that I thought I might as well thema nrllmor. Rf 1 0 Q 0 Hum.3 ( 3M I'" TltuaviU. Beach
give MeA.ha If C a t. I to the water assistance to swimmers In munity Room of the Citlawa
try. ', U. ....b.... p, 8* S .0 I ITol.l. fast becoming Carter said the beach faculties
0 u 10110" LK.JC YTbbalvus" : Homo pools are dUtrts should be kept at \pool Bunk from 11 a.m. until 3 ...m,
Well if you've been to the at "' T..m w'.. '....1 1'.1, (1.11. will May open until Labor Day, In
never Airport Geneva 2JI( a Indians I' 1.0/011 an common In backyard a* on aide Reputable swimming pool The North Bravard Women'sRspubltuan
(old timers say it used to be an airport, but it would take Y.nkrra I I .11211 'ly movie slurs' and millionaires' construction companies know Club will servo? uhoKtcxnes !September

',: more guts to land a plane on that strip than landing on Pony League roar.. 1 4.4 GMs.LtNI\ .4IISrr. ... estate Community pool and the regulation for consfrwtlunand ( for the occasion and Sumi, of the old huikllnga 1*
Washington Avenue downtown Titusville) chances arc, 'Indians 1 13 Brava 2 IIrn.. I" .111 I operation, a* as (ho public I I. Invited.Congrenmon vacated NASA
by are being
you'll never find it on your own. Luckily we went to a coupleof clubs Bouts loaded on trailer specifications for filtering syi Gurney wishes. to conyverted
Central Florida Region sports car races there last Wayne Bingham hurled a three. beyond? the family car are becoming tern and disinfectant chemicals meet with, hi* constituent In thin to rut room, and concession

and we've already been oriented on how to find the pace hitter as the Indian/ stomped the Nationals Lose a common sight The popular ocean and lake section of his district and Invitee *.

so we had little trouble. Braves 132 and clinched the Swimming and boating are beaches are usually well super comment concerning the kglvla->>
Just the same, getting to that place takes all of the fun first half Senior League pennant among the healthiest of sport viand, but If r lifeguard U not live program and local problem LET'S GET ACQUAINTED

out of it. You know, it's like taking a milk cow to the barn Friday afternoon Double HeaderTo and should be kept that way, on duty where you have decidedto Plans fur the toffee were made I ANY CAR WASH
for milking and both you and the jersey cow have to walk The Indians started off their attack say Dr T Paul Haney of (ho take a swim, never swim at Wulneidiy's meeting of the

through barnyard debris, then by the time you get her in the with two run In the open Brevard County Health Depart alone and never underestimate\ club It the home of Mrs Glen

stall, put the bucket in place and fill the stall with feed, Ing frame on a walk a single by Orlando TeamThe ment. Unfortunately drowning your distanio from shore. Beware Richmond. Mrs. William Durr
you're just out of the mood for milk. Mike Dunbar, and two fielder I claims (300 live annually In the of currents, tides and undertows was appointed chairman and

However, we did enjoy the race. Didn't care much for choice. They made It (.0 with TltuavUle National lost United Slates" (he, In turn appointed Mrs. IlulgricDeiig 99cSULLY'S

the mosquitoes but it was so dark, they couldn't see to bite .even In the second on four both end of a twin bill here Swimming pool accidents have Most boating accldimta happ'nwith aa refreshment chairman .

us. (I think they must have spent the night biting each walks, four errors, and a single Sunday a* they were defeated by become a greater problem than small pleasure boat and .
by Mike Knowlcs. A pair In the pool sanitation end Infnttum, according .
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other .
) the Orlando Flyer 5-2 and S-4. usually Involve InexporU'need -
third made It 110, on a walk, an Larry Cowart was the winneron to an authority of tho boater and nonswlmmer their allnra. were .adequately t- SINCLAIR
error, and a single by Ken Bingham America Public Health Asioclatian. 214 .
trained sod observed S WASH. 17 W41
) the mound for the Flyer /glv For example, a study by the proper precautions
Lakeland & Af Coif Overcrowding la a com- Former Chevrolet Bldg
Tampa Play
Ing up ten hits and two tens Minnesota Public Safety Com .
ft., 'Id t S I I..
cause ace en L o -----
The Brave got both of their men o -
while Jim Lukewater took the fittee revealed that so per cent ;;
runs in the third on three walks loss giving up nine hit and five running on the wet hard surface of vktim? were nonswlmmer.

Stadium In (FL Game WednesdayIt an Blankcnship error and a single by Kent runs. The National had no difficulty where around a the dip edge and of fall the can pool have Another study of 100 policy holder MONEY !

In getting men on has of a large Insurance company

will be "kid'* night" all the men in the Cocea area are providing The Indian rounded out the but had nine strikeouts with men serious result showed' that about half of the
:way around Wednesday when many of the tickets, and scoring in their half of the fifth In scoring position Jumping or diving Into shallow drowning. were among occupants For Extra FastSERVICE. !9UOW.YM.tg
in a Flor distributing them to on two error and a double by water or crowded pats can of rowboat $151.00 :
Lakeland Tampa are young. .n
plays
The Nats were sparked by the cause broken bone and cracked $3m.oo: :
ida State League baseball gameat stcrs of the area More than 3.000persons Bruce Lee making it 132. Small motorboat accident accounted I $26022
kulla within I
and offensive swatting and hustling Placing pools L Ph9n.267.4331 $450.00.
Colt Stadium. are expected to attend. Bingham struck out six for 111 too deaths .
Cocoa to
( canoes $600.00 $34.29
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of line .
walked five for the win, and Dan of Bobby Evans and Jim ROIlf'rIIn range wire on power t'eani WOtf: \ J
Besides this being a special The Lakeland club, one of the Quinn was the loser Ben Pecha the second game but were has led to tragic results Extreme were involved In the samenumber PAY BiLLS. TAXES REPAIRS ETC. .
"Cocoa Kids Night" event, most top contenders In a good Class A also pitched for the Braves in never able to overtake the Flyer caution should bo exer and kayak and collapsible
of the performer have to be con National scored. Gird with canvas boat accounted for
league, include nine 19 year their losingcause. The one lighting equipment Southern Loan Company
sldered kids, too. olds and two boy outfielder run in the second Inning on singles and electric appliances used In 4 eaih Sailboat mishap were

The average age of our players John Faehr of Crescent Springs, Score by lining: by Jack Miller, Pet Iligdon and about the pool. responsible for the least numberof 344 I. WASHINGTON AVI. TITUSVILLI

Is less than 20 years old" Ky., and Infielder Gene Smithof Indians 272 20-13\ 5 2 and Jim Roger. They scored. .In public pools_ a qualified.1 I drowning, probably because .
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Joe Ryan, president Asbury, Mo., who are only more lifeguard on duty : J r
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Lakeland Tigers. 'Ita a young 18 Batteries: Quinn Pecha ((2)). flyer errors a double by Gene time the pool Is open and there .I-.7..J'r', 1 ..'1 : .
l league the Tampa players, and Day, W. Bingham and Overslrret and a single by Ray should be one lifeguard for every
too, are in their late teen or There are seven 20-year old Knowlcs, Whltchurst ((4)) Whitson. Bobby Evan homered 75 people In the pool area.

early 20'*," he said. and four others just old enoughto Ben Scar with none on In the fifth for the Ik'fore Initallmg a home pod, MOVING SOMETHING ? ?
of Interest vot.. Catcher Roy Renfro of axpllwa final National tally local health and
This game really will be \.m., .th II H MHIDunbar '> safety regula
Burlmgama, Calif, Is 23. 2b I I I 0 Gene
to 'kid, however Jim Rogers and Over- lions should be checked. These
younger .
Knnwlra' C, Rf ( t 1 3
a* there will be host of The "granddadies" are pitcher K. ninih.m 3b 4 I' street both had two hits for the Include provision for proper

prize given away including a Dick James of Allentown, Pa, W.. Adkln.on Bln.h.m .- 55 P.I I'It SK 1 locals fencing sanitation drainage,
real live pony, complete with and infielder Rufus Anderson ofVsidoats I.-lb J J I 2Hoikln. Butch Cramer took the lois on structural( stability, proper din
and other sporting / Rf. I 0 I 0 the mound giving up seven hits tance from property and power r
saddle bicycle, Ga. They're at the ripe WblK-hurit C I I' IIN.rtowlcH I
goods items.Merchants old age of 25. Cf J I 0 IAh and five runs while Joe Beck lines and other precautionsThis .
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Pup I Tttusvllle (Florida' ) 'Iar-Adresat. Monday, June 1, 1H4 Sharp, Mri. Larry W. Local, took plaea. The fourth .......1. I I

-.. ...... .-- Mrs. M. W. Lucai, Mrs kenton placed a torch at Philadelphia, II)

-.--- --- Kelsler, Miss Marilyn McLendon, Penn., as the place when the
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J -i- Mrs. J. D. McLendon, Mrs Wallace Triennial convention took place.
riijriIJrIlI Feagan, Mrs. Ralph Foley, This was the beginning, of the

Mrs Francis Bevllle, and daughter Baptist conventions In 1814 Mrs,

Carolyn, Mrs. Micky Beville, George Edleston led the group In
Mrs. Richard Seville Mrs. Monroe prayer.A .
t Wheeler and Mrs. Aderon social period followed and
i Feagan. hostess Mrs. Bare served re.freshments .

Hostesses were Mrs. David to Mrs. J. 0. Sharpe,

Myers, Mrs. Ken Sumners, Mrs. Mrs. Marvin Shealy, Mrs. Mon
Avon Price, Mrs. Jack Balling- roe Wheeler, Mrs. E. W. Spires,
9 ton, and Mrs. Wally Fesgan.' Mrs John Griner, Mrs George
Edleston, Mrs. Truman Taylor,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ruddcll and Mrs E. V. Tier Mrs. J. M.

family recently had as guests, Price Sr., Mrs. Elva: Evans, and

ta.Y Joe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W Mrs Alberta Dugglns. The next
s T. Ruddcll. meeting will be with Mrs. J. 0.
Sharpe on June 23rd at 7.30:

Aderon Feagan recently made pm.

a visit in Dalton, Georgia, with -
his Sister Mrs Judd Brooker and Mrs. Charles Poole Is iU ind is

his Mother Mrs. Addle Feagan. confined at home for the next

"re several weeks
S Party Per David

David Myers Jr. S.yesr-old,
A son, born to Mr. and Mrs
was guest of honor at his home,
s when he and his friends celebrated Johnny Hinchman on May 15th at

his birthday on Friday Wucsthoff Hospital In Cocoa,

afternoon. The children enjoyed passed away on May 16th The

playing together, balloons were baby had a respiratory ailment. \
sailing and horns were blowing He was buried in the Titusville
as tho chudren raced around,
the Sun
.d' w. % Y bd o n ?I e' .', W ... Cemetery on following
c n x .MN k. faa.w.r.r w+ w .A this way and that. Those enjoy. day. Mr. and Mrs Ems Hinch
MERRY MIDGETS; : Left to right (top row) Rev. Lloyd Polk, Tom Thompson, Dan Luttrell; (bottom row) Ron- ing the refreshment of cake, man, Johnny's parents from W. '

Mullis, Chris Webb, Darrell Beville, David Rietter, Bobby nie Duff, Marcia Johnston, Brian Parker Mark Kershner Ice-cream and punch with David Virginia, and a sister and brotherIn -

Mack and Mrs. Robert Linger; (middle row) Keith Walker Randy Miller and Tammy Jobe.-(Bohannon Photo). were Pam Marshall, Betsy My .law, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Wilson

Tim Thompson, Craig Walker, Clinton Peebles, Jeff ers, Chuck Carpenter, Tommy were here at this time.
Sherill, Charlene Roof. Donna
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School Picnic .
"LITTLE JOE" HERE As a special event at Florida s Mrs. Aderon Feagan and given ;

Wonderland this past weekend, "Little Joe" Cartwright to the honoree The Eola Andrew Circle met The Merry Midgets/ of the

,appeared in person He is one of the Cartwright sons on "Midgets"' GraduateBy Cake, nuts and a delicious with Mrs. 'Richard Bare as hostess Mims Methodist Church, and

the television program "Bonanza", Also appearing for punch of gintieralc and lime sherbet at her home in Temple Hei their mothers, enjoyed a picnicat
Evans Tennessee Walt and his
event were Mickie ,
the
were served to Mrs. Tommy Blanton Park in Titusville recently
Mrs. Elva Evans
ghts. ,
country cousins, and the singing marshall Alan "C". Mr. Gladys McLendonAM was accompanied by Miss ROB- ophcr Lauren Webb. Beville her mother Mrs Lewis program Dan Luttrell had the
Shown above with Little Joe are from left, Steven, Amy MJ4I chairman, presented the pro pleasure of having his baby sister

lyn Cantrell at the piano. Mrs. Kelsler, her sister Mrs Roy Hut- gram entitled "For Liberty and
the children of Mr and Mrs
and John Siems. They are
who 2 weeks old
at
was just ,
The "Merry Midgets Kinder. David Ricttcr assisted Rev Mul Baby Shower to and daughter Kay from Lees- Light". The first speaker put a
of Titusville. S-A Photo).
Arnold Siems -(
the ll'nlc. It her first
garten" held their graduation tin in the presentation of the Friday evening in the Educational vine, SC., Mrs. Lee Metz Mrs. bell on a map at Providence, was public
Diplomas followed by the Benediction Hoyt Mack and daughters Rhode Island. appearance. A good time was
exercises Wednesday evening Building of the First Kathy This was where had by all present
,4s May 27th in the Mime Methodist Before the graduating'class Baptist Church of Mims, Mrs and Kerry, Mrs. Tommy Mack, the Baptists had their beginning
3 s { Church Sanctuary Mrs Linger, retired to their class room Tommy Bevllle was honored witha Miss Marsha Edwards also from in America The second speaker

teacher was aiiiited by Mrs. to show off proudly the work they Baby Shower The gift table Leesburg, S.C., Mrs. Joe Rud- placed a bell on Philadelphia. I ENVELOPES Business Sizes _

David Blotter, who will be the bad done Rev Mullis with the was appropriately decorated dull, Mrs. E. J. Reeves, Mrs.II. Penn., where the Quaker faith Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp
consent from the "Merry MldICts" C. McLendon, Mrs. Bill Tru- was started. The third speaker
teacher for next year. They with ribbons and bows, with Mr for mailing. Full stock at Star-
opened the graduation program presented their teachers Stork standing guard over the deuu, Mrs Joe Lee Walker, Mrs. placed a bell at Ashvora N,C.. Advocate '
with a "Flan Salute" with Randy :"Aunt: Evvle" as !they call her, many beautiful packages Mrs. Truman Taylor, Miss Pam where "The Great Awakening"

Miller as flagbearer. The congregation she with had a gift done ui appreclaUon for them this for past mi Beville received many lovely and I
joined In this and the useful gifts. One very lovely
singing of "America" featuring year. gift was a bassinet, covered I ORLANDO DIRECTORY l !

David Rieth"IIn the bongo Those graduating were Darrell with a beautiful full yellow skirt ,I

drums and Darrell Bovllle on the Lee Seville, Ronald Rogcne Duff, with tiny ribbon bows and a wide

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r. Johnston Mark Alan Kershner side were two large yellow bows '" -
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Rev. Mullis gave tho invocation ORLANDO-'AUTOMA C CONN ORGANS
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Mack, Randy Miller Brian pretty 'clothes were her TRANSMISSION SERVICE
Craig among
the 23rd) Psalm along with the Central Florida'sLargest
Parker, Clinton Lee Peebles, gifts Central Florida's Oldest end In- n ctcj
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Jeffery Allen Polk, David F. The refreshment table was also elusive Automatic Trantmlssion
Midgets sang a beautiful "Prayer or Fixtures
Rietter, Tim Thompson and Tom very prettily decorated. A lovely Shop. Rebuild, Exchange, Repair. .
Song". Robert Porter, chair 4,000 Mlles or 90 Days V/irrantyl Electrical Supplies
Thompson, Craig Lynn Walker floral the table Keyboards inc.Organ ,
man of the Commission of the piece centered 204 N. Cringe Bl. Trail Orlando,
Keith Lee Walker, and Christ- with, tiny Storks hiding among GA 5-0654. 1200 N. Mills Orlando 425-240 Specialists Since 137
board of Education, gave a wel I --. --- 501 N. Magnolia Ave
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-Henry; H, Hudson children' tinning "Jesus Loves A La Marick Salon !is always: near you! --- ---- PAWN SHOP --
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ducted by Tammy Juhe presentedtwo Melbourne Cocoa: Orlando !?aylona Beach TRANSMISSION SERVICI WALL TILE FLOOR Johnny
Nobles Honored adorable numbers, "Hickory, Central Fl.'.. Largest Stock of Pawn Shop
DRAFTContinued j Complete Service On Asphalt, Vinyl Plastk Cork Tiles
By Firestone Co. Dirkory Dork" and "Mary Had! a I I TITUSVILLEt Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday All Automatic Transmissions Estab. I Veers I
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( From Page 1)) Ira Nobles, Texaco distributor, as "Mary", Chris Webb I I Through Friday Saturday 'Til 6 p.m. 1310 W. Church-Orlande-422-3S7f FLOOR COVERING Guns, TV, Cameras, Radios etc
Director of Selective Service, has received honors for his dressed is the "Lamb" and Jeff W4 N. Orange-Orlando-423-7471 1122 W Church, Orlende, GA MM5
service as dealer for Polk as the "Tencher", "A,B,C, -----"
Lewis B. Hershey; Governor many Firestone years products. Bunny", "The Little Engine that i TOS-- IMPORTED FLOOR COVERING PET SHOPS

Farris Bryant and State Direct.or Could", "Down at the Station", ---
J, P. Santy, area representative I vv ff LAKE BARTON
of Selective Service Col. Harold and "Little Red Caboose" with 'IMgkM \ Renault and Peugeot CARPETS BY LEE'S PIT SHOP
lot tho Firestone Tire and
C, Wall, awarded the certificate Mack tho train
Bobby as engine,
Sales A Strvlce line
Rubber Co. presented Nobles Kinntin Ciblo CriftsDniptrloa ,I Complete Pete,
"in recognition of
greatful those were done by the entire '
Curium MitU
twenty years of Service to tho with i 13-year service pin along group. Bobby Mack, Marcia Rehie Motors Free Ueoornllnf Servlut Supplies, Grooming.
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Nation as an uncompensated with letter\ ot personal regards Johnston, Tammy Jobe, Randy 24* Boon. St. Orlando BARNESDrapery rise 147-3033 '

member of the Selective Service from Ilaymond Firestone, presi-- Miller, David Wetter and Chris i Floor Coverings, Inc. 5414 1I.'rlhllll E. Celoniel from Dr.A*.. Orland."a'..
Quality Used
,System." dent of the company. Webb sang a variety of songs Imports :eel N. Cr n.. Ol..doS411 t. a..k.v"
Col Wall in letter states Nobles has been Texaco distributor with actions. They were, "Row
a .7 AUTO SALES SERVICE FURNITURIHAVERTY'S :
"You were entitled to this certificate for many years and has Row, Row Your Boat", "The .- ------- PLATING '_ELECTRIC. I

in March. 1004, and tho been a Firestone distributor Grand Old Duke ol York," and Paris endorses the Orlando Motors Inc.
delay in recognizing your servicewas since May, 1940. others. curl see ourInterpretations ,
tCIIRAt: ruolllDAPLATtMJ
to the tragic death of 411 N. Blossom 54 Store Buying Fewer
due A skit entitled "The Flnt Day Orange Tr.1IGA (I",

President Kennedy, which necessitated be awarded to you upon completion of Spring" featuring Brian Parker of imported styles S-2681 100 Miles Saves You Free More Delivery Cullum PI.th'a C.emsguver .' I
the preparation of new of each five of serv- "[ Rnbhit" Dodge Dart Dodge Trucks
years as toger CraigWelker Low .
at domestic Flat Easy Terms Nickel Capper Br MBuffing
prices Jaguar A Merctdes-Bons
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certificates signed by President ive with the Selective Service
"Boris onLacqueID,
as Bear", and Pptn Man, Frl. Nile 111 S P,M.
Johnson. Syatem." Keith Walker as "Felix Fox", "We Strvice What We Sell" 421 N. Orange Orlando CH 1-5371 *'K 0 W, Ctntnl Av.. OrUndo O4 I-M50
"Hereafter a certificate indicating The Star.Advocate office has tho youngsters were dressed In AUTO SAlis I "
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total years of service will been s "substation of the Local costume and did a real nice job. ------- GUNS Picture FremesFor
Board No. 35, Cocoa, for 20 Mrs. Linger was narrator of the

Card Of Thanks years, and when the Star-Advo story "The Three Billy Goats SIMPSON MOTORS PRAGER'S The Finest Selection

cate moves to Its new quarters, Gruff" was acted out In costume. PLYMOUTH VALIANT GUN SHOP OfPICTURES

I would like to take this oppor tho local office of the "diaft Ronnie Duff-'Uttie Wily Goat", CHRYSLER FRAMESHOWARD'S
tunity to express my appreciation board" will also have a new office Mark Kcrsner as "Middle BillyGoat" rest." Sales NSW A USED FIRE ARMS -
and Clinton Parts and Service Bought Sold Traded. FINE ARTS
and thanks to the Titusville Wo Peebles as Z.
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junior College which I wss :reclpi Thompmn were the "Thice- leading Color and -- .--- HEALTH FOODSCHAMBERLIN Plumbing Supplies
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community I am certain that the appreciated. acting which the congregation/ comparable value 12.50 Para Hnrvh ins and: gaining weight, Schlff Pumps Water Heaters
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Local BJC Student Asks Governmental Qu.j tiont AndPresident- -



African Replies Sla -Advocate: 'I,.


Tt. Vole "/ 2S.OOO North Brrrcrd County Residents
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By Bonn: Hughes tiibution of my nation and my which he warned his American Section a TITUSVILLI, FLORIDA, MONDAY, Ni-C1t64 ___Pag.1-8

Not is the result of I million 3Mfl people to the world'l "historyof compatriots against entangling: .... .. .
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ideas" be considered alliances with the outside world. r '; 'i.v' T' .
dollar foreign aid bill, but may ,. :.: ,
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friendly letter written by juat under three main headings: But we pursue a policy of real. I .i ) BOB HUDSON'S
one of many college students ((1)i) Community fellow feelings tam because whilst we seek to _
be Insulaed! from Inherited .
prejudices
the nation hive helped
across !may .
the status of relations between "Our communal system of of other nations w. en L
the United States and land tenure and peasant econ deavor to be good neighbors in MULLET
Nlscria:: : omy is based on the Idea of live accordance with the revered 1 O

As a class assignment in Social F and let live. This enables concept of good neighborliness: WRAPPER
Science, Barbara Hepburn, I I each member of our society to popularized by the lute Franklin
Titusvllle resident and I fresh. be his brother's keeper Delano Roosevelt."In .
"True, It was a simple society .
man at Brevard Junior College
wrote a letter to the Presidentof at first and it was not as complex other words, we leek to School: will be nut Wednri/ay! 'We're home with It" sue cried,
make friends with other count
Nigeria and asked bim three as it Is today; but this idea end vacation will begin( 'in Out on i train she left the bag,
lies in: a world torn by selfish earnest' An I so It's lime In
questions pertaining to his coun- has been so basic in our social re! With the lemon sull Inside,
ness, greed and prejudice. This mind readers take care when However she
and set us that it has made the soil was lucky
and the United States
our tiy! mutual relations. Little did of Nigeria baren for alien ideologies wo do by our example of being they<< go away lurk all ,doors, And, noon received I note,
with tier conflicting doctrines a friendly and reliable neighbor leave a light on (hitter to linn Enclosed! Inside the little bag,
she know three
in
just over of the landless peasantry among great and small nations an automatic "tm'III'r'ulI"), keep Fium a railway m in who wrote -
weeks, a direct reply was received and a permanent wage-taming "1 hope that I have not beento garage doors closed!, wait until "We opined up your handbag,
from Dr. Nnaindi Aziki- class stiled in my language; U so, you set: bark In' Ml UN aliiiul it To find your aiMress,
we. President of Nigeria. Since Barbara Hepburnbe jour teachers should be able to fir< the paper, tell your neatest<< We think you'll find the contents
thut time, both her litter and "((2)) Govcrment by discussion simplify the words so that you neighbors, to make sine you slop fine I

Dr. A/ikiwe'i reply have been plated in the college library and consent. will understand me better, all dehverie'e, iiului'inii' your With nothing In I mess
printed in various American and K1 used for future refer "This idea enables able bodied Star( ,Adovcate, [fur that peiiml of! "We're very very sorry and
Newspapers and the West African ence. adults of our communities to "It I can be of any help to you time. we really don't know how.

Pilot, one of Africa's larger "I am sincerely interested in participate in public discussions and your classmates so that you And one (of the most Impart Bit! your lovely, lovely LEMON
daily newspapers.The the Nigerian point of view and which affect the body politic may appreciate how the other ant, be sure In rail limo police, Is rather/ dried up now".
would very much appreciate "Once any issue had been half of the world lives, please do .AI department and, tell iliein-they'll
questions Miss Hepburn your answering the following discussed she collective will nut hesitate to write to mo again, keep an toXin sharp "vyo" nut.
{ asked the President were centered !Seniors semi their parents enjoyed -
questions. crystallizes and this becomes "With kind wishes to you and
, around three realities Ameii- "1. If you accept the premise, majority opinion which Is bind jour clam mates."Sincerely Tho following )poem Is until-( Buccalstireate service
cans mutual must face endeavor to be successfulin that Americans like myself ing on all including those who yours, .......l ............ ;&.\ ......--. bated by Mrs (J I... ('ulIIl<'lI)', who lust night/ as they made their )
j a ? sincerely desire to work closely dissent but happen to be in the "Nnamdi Azikiwe, President flint dlflclul .Vi I
the
In
12.55 three
The realities were Social, CARS DAMAGED Thursday at : p. m. a car siys It was written by an KiiKllith: appcarame
, Political and Economic. with the people of your country, minority crash occurred on Washington Avenue at. the intersec girl in Ft. Pierce, when her parents altrattive white tips. and, gowns. I
with the hope of making a better "To me, these are the germsof Involved 19511Pontlac Graduation for some 230 Titusvlllu -
! Besides receiving a direct let lion of Garden Street The cars were a visited here. Mrs, Connelly I
ter from the President Darbara world for all mankind, what representative democracy shown above, driven by Elizabeth Stric ,..a MVS there are a number of Kiulit.li : High seniors comes up
! has also. received letters from realities must the American which respects opposition views WarehousePermit of 1403 Indian River Avenue; a 1957 Buick driven by A}!- girls living In this area and Thursday, anti then heir
I mind face to be successful in but does not obstruct majority wlutlo life opens up ahead of
I many Nigerian college students nes Jackson Newton of 512 Canaveral Avenue; and a 1'JbO feds they will partlciilaily enjoy
praising the United Slates workIn such i mutual endeavor decision. Ford which was parked and owned by Betty Warlock It. them.
their country, and Barbarafor "2. What do you believe to be "((3)) Collective leadership Tops Luckey of 231 North Shady Oaks. The accident was Investigated .
nation's and people's "This idea creates a situation "THB 110 LIMON"
your
your Patrolman Bert Sellers who charged Mrs.
her personal feelings of rela ( by A number
IIf( North Brevard
When Mother to Kl'iilibShe
contribution to tho whereby our communities are came
greatest
Strickland with running a red light There were no ser
tions between the two countiles. world'l 'history of ideas'?" I'ovciRcd by a council of elders. County TotalA injuries found, to her surprise students were among these graduating !-
In nearly all of the letters she ious from lJrt'vard Junior Col. d dIrge
lemons
"3, What are the most signifi- They may be chiefs, or elderlymen Hint grew so wry well
received, somthing was slated cant events now taking place In and women but they are regarded To stub a splendid sice. Friday night, Being a long
concerning' the aid of the Peace country that relate to the as trustees of our society. $1)0,000) commercial warehouse The ones" they sell In England. ,' time alerts| > fan here, the graduntlnn .
Corp Volunteers in Nigeria.The your Are (of f such former t players as
minute
people of your country or to Our ancestors devised a systemof permit for U. S. 1 near tiny anil
letters expressed good will Work Sho'd never see such splendor Wade Whllion, George Mathison,
to enable Bellwond north of River Budget
their relationship with other nations continuity our communities Estates City
and a desire to promote better In any citrus fruit. Dink Morgan end Bob Bans, by
of the world? to constituted for the
Park Blvd, plus 15 1 new homes
understanding So when she left fur London. brought bock memories. Bass, by
maintenance of law and order
much.
Thank
"Personally I have a much you very "Students of Political permits issued by the County Away across the foam, tho way was among the top
better understanding of the two Barbara Hepburn Theory Zoning Office Office for North She thought she'd luke I lemon members In the class--graduating .
countries since I was able to receive 112 Lane Avenue, regard this form of governmentas To show the folks at home. with honors (I 3,0 average or
Brivaid
area, highlighted the ,
a reply first hand and not Titusvllle, Florida constitutional: gerontocracy. '( Under Way And on tho day nf leavingSecreted better), t
America "Answer to No. 3- week'i Getting
from various other United States of question past building permit activity In her purse!,
sources Replying, the President, Dr. The most significant events now
Miss Hepburn said The general Was one largo Florida lemon Mil I'f>ra reflect without speaking :.
Azikiwe laid: taking place in my country that
attitudes towards Americans (Time customs are i curse,) and women speak without
a* For the week a total of IWB-
"Dear Miss Htpbuin: relate ta my people and their International -
told in the letters were that we're The 1964-((15 city budget\ ( Is being have. the new isscssmcnt hookl. She kept) It till they landed reflecting'
"It is unusual for any head of relationship are as 4S3 In permits were Issued. Of ------.- -----.- -- .-.. -- -.. ___ ,__ __ .i __ ____
unselfish, generous and like to prepared as department heads open from 8 a m, 104 pm June -------
State in the world to get involved follows: the total, $418,850 went for 32
assist other countries, Again, 2226 fur the purpose of discussing
they piaised the Peace Corps. in the manner desired by ((1)) As far as my people are new home permits, $108,000 was were issued instruction on May property valuations with
"AU of the students writing to you In your letter to me dated concerned, we have a stable the commercial permits total 25 by City Manager ClevelandTalmadge owners TappejMHtolstery d
to In their
me here, stated the Peace Corp February 26, 19U4, But in vidw society that II democratic. Thisis for number! : of miscellaneouspermit get rq- .
.
!. quests.Talma'lK Dredge/ work on the propound
of the fact that are a characterized by our respectfor
you young
volunteers were accepted, and recreation north of the .
that they were helping tremen girl with honest Intentions to Individual freedom and the Tho warehouse permit was issued also reported recently yacht basin area Is progressing nicely & (Gi. f Inc.
dously In fields of education, engineering help bring; about harmonious relations rule of law. Our Federal Constitution to S. C, Henderson and on the following other and, barring unforseen problems TO
among mankind, I have guarantees fundamental items of city business:
etc Son, Jacksonville, for tho 83 by several! acres should !b.
CUSTOMER. BB>
FRIENDS
"They admire decided to Ignore protocol and tights to the citizen Five new wells for the city
Americans and 181 foot warehouse at Bellwood ready by next spring
WOSED
respect us, but In each of their give direct answers to your "The ultimate aim of our Government Estates to be built by Zcke water system are being drilled WE WILL BL: FOR
letters questions. Is to raise the standardof and should be tested In the near
they could not under. Evans Construction Co., Inc.,
stand why we were hiving dif "It Is therefore, with pleasurethat living of our people by striving 2502 S Hopkins St., Titusvllle. future Tides VACATIONMAY29TILJUNE8
ficulty with racial problems I answer your questions as to have full employment In Cosmopolitan Construction Notices to remove junk cars High L*.

Barbara's letter reads: follows: our society by transforming Co., Box 838 Indian River City, from property within the city Monday, June 1 }
"Rt. Hon. Dr. Nnamdl Azlkiwe. "Answer to Question No. 1- Nigeria: into a healthy climatefor received seven permits in the have tone out to 23 people and WE WILL LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU
Lagos Nigeria I accept t the premise that Amcrlcana overseas investment and by $10,600 to $13,500 price range the police! will follow up In seeIng Mil am. 633 "m, MONDAY JUUNE I WHEN WE REOPENAT
"Dear Sir: like yourself sincerely seeking to create a balanced for new homes In Imperial that the ordinance governing 12'29 p.m, 6:45 p.m, 8.00. A. M.THANK.

"I am a student at Drevard dcblre to work closely with the economy through agricultural Estates on SR liD such junk cars Is enforced. Tuesday, June :I I

Junior College, In Cocoa, Florida people of my country with the and industrial development."In Cay Construction Co., Box About 170 lax certificates will 1 1:10: a.m. 7:26 l.m. YOU.
I in the United States of hope of making a better world other words, wt seek to 498, Indian River .City, received be Hold I tomorrow unless they areredeemed I 1:27: p.m. 7:43: p,m I TAPPAN UPHOLSTERY
America. The purpose of my for mankind. change Nigeria from I land of an $18,900 and a pair of $9,000 prior to 10 a m. -----
killer is to obtain information "Americans must face three poverty and disease to a'land permits>> for :ihieq homes In Port Hunnicutt and Associates will

to be used in formulating a re realities to be successful in such of plenty, "where no man is oppressed St. John subdivision south of-
port to my social science clan dn endeavor: social political and ," in the words of our National Orlando Utility plant on U. S, I,

Tho Information obtained will economic. Anthem. John Bench, Box 727, Titus- | f you have real estate
- "The government: and !people "((2)) In connection with! our relations ville, was issued a pair of $12-
of America must cultivate res- with other nations of the 000 permits for homes in Indian \t0 sell, or if you are 'l
peel for human dignity by world our foreign policy is basedon River Plantation Estates.A .
I If f you get any businessover guaranteeing equality to all the doctrine of non-allgnment- $12.300 residential permit to I coking for choice real

rarea under the sun. in geopolitics which the great Silas Champ Tituiville for a \
the telephone "They mutt concede the rightof Towers of the World have distorted home In Rojcdale Manor to be estate: use our class-! t
human beings to self determination into a cold war. constructed by William Ever. t'I e
you will get more business to enable them to "We revere George Washing. man 2021 LaGrange Lane Ti- fled' columns. ( $ \

live in societies which are politically ton's 'Farewell Address" in tusvlllo. I ,

when you use free : t:. .,. r 1 ,

"They must ensure economic \ i II i 'ti r f mat youdon't
@l security for all so that the peopleof "" '/,, Winning Warm" Prlwidi Per Florida fine WO l

the world may enjoy freedom / 1 know about
from want."Answer. ee1itzService !J"c.J
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267-5530 ) to Question No 2- .

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II MISTER BREGER
STAR ADVOCATE'S .

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.Foresee ..C:'out: asensn burly we man
.. :Pore prlft& "mar.II. .. safety of the money you deposit with us. This U
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ye 21.Thick eon g.Donkey's :2a Fashlos.24.Clingt. from an agency of th. U. S. Government miles around.
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HAD AT I GAVE THE KflDS "- HIHONEY/ THAT'6
a' CHIP SPAGHETTI
..f Tn. I [2 ,,5 of I' F.F.I" E 10 ata.auaa I i; 1 II eh SCHOOL IDDAy- X HAMBURGERS POR LUNCH WHAT' FOR WHAT I'VE'

: :I CANT' FIX ANYTHING AND I MAO SHRIMP SALAD DINNER?y BEEN ASKING

3tr. t2.Orgatm smell I III LIKE THAT'' Al' THG SHOPPING MYSELF ALLAFTERNOON'

tt Af ctillt' II I Heaplall CENTER. 1

;. "You're right! It does make the soap operas more III. Jap. S eto Ilmawtaat ,' ..h

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1Ann .11.Putt 1Jtf "'- I
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Landers TODAyTHEALWySSERVE
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Checks Too CloselyDear 4randy
rhMe1t. 3 13' ,,51 51 159 40 ,'" REALLY OUSMTA
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TRY HARDER
4 4) r .. BABY THEY'RE' Cie
Ann Landers: My hue' stance. I fixed mm a bacon uowx HI, NICE! MAKE MORE

band job takes him out on the bnd tomato/ sandwich last night I.Polntotaflahheok i r rI. = k TRIXIE n TRASH FOR THEM'''

road four days a week Lately and ho found four things/ wrong RmellS 7 !
if/ [+'
hit hu started something new. with It: the bread was too hard, .Tob. ... I" V./

When he returns on Thursday there wasn't enough/ butter, the dejected ._.

night he lines up our three boys tomato was soggy/ and the bacon 1 .

ages 12, 10 and 8, and Invites was too crisp. ,

them to tell on each other. Do all engaged couples go through Dear Jonquil: The social III"NINTH' TIIIII 'II"t'IT JVISICIAL' COUNT CIRCUIT. or Tea orFIdlHIDd "'II, ;""..." CI-1 I

The one who has the "most a stage like this I am 23 worker gave you good advice IN'" AND FUll RNa:. "

complete"" :report this means and Mac is 28. STAGE To bring up a fatherless child U tHUIC'Uftn v...... COUNTY' .11" /M,1'(1"''Ii( "I''I

the child who tells the most on FRIGHT plenty tough, even for women 'O'flC'1I' or 111"1'1'' ." ,'. W
FEDERAL, NATIONAL MORT.GAOR '
of Dear Fright Engaged people who have strength and emotion. 1 '" 11 ,,1.\ ::J.
his brothers Is the winner :: ASSOCIATION, a corpo. ,: 6.1a
a new shiny dollar. who would argue about a bacon ill stability A woman who has Shot organlaed and .1.Un. Ada .: / :
an Act of Conlrea pureulUtL to 151
I didn't t like the idea from the and tomato sandwich are probably cited every night for 18 years Federal Helium Mort..... A..oa. .' .
ration' Charter Act, bOYI.. Ha ,rlaolpal .
first and I said so It makes mesick dwelling on trifles becausethe would probably have raised a> / efflce 'la tha City of WaiaHig.toa -

to hear these children tat. don't want to face up to their child with a million problems Dtetrlot of Columbia, THERE GOES MR, WHENEVER HE HAS I/ YE9, &JT LETS FACE rrjTODAYS '

tic on one another, My husband real problems If you are honest you'11 admit ... Plaintiff. ABERNATHY UP A PROBLEM HE [ I J PROBLEM

says It is the best way to keep If you twi, can't get your relationship you wanted the child NOT for Ol CARL.OA A r. HPNTHCM HENTHCH, hla, SR.wife/>end n* TOVISITHISTHtNKINGTREE, GOES TO UPTHERE /V KNOW I \\\ CANT &B VERYSERIOUS I

them In line. on an even keel I urge the child's sake, but your own KOHHIITH"' ; M OHhltN and HELEN THINK ITOUT J
M GREEN: kla wife, l \
Last night I heard the middle you to break the engagement Defendant lt

boy add all sorts of curly.cues This I Is not a stage It. a pre Ann Landers will be glad to TOt TATB KOttHUTH OF FLORIDA M GREEN' and t I

to an Incident which he was reporting view of what your marriage help with problems HELEN. M. GREEN: ale 11 fewna I '
you your ktat HMW* naMAicala
about his older brother. would be like Send them to her In care of thllnew.paper Coffee County Tenneairea. I I;
Later I asked him why he em .uTto'l"t.r: notified Iba* a >-
It enclosing a stamped, : :: filed agalnat you I In I

bellished The story beyond the Dear Ann Landers': you tell self'addressed envelope. the you .are.....required entitled to canoe fll. and your that an"wer ::c. I \ : ., : /<'"

truth. Ho. replied, "Because I one more young girl to give up or other. reeponalv pleedlngi j :"r"
Q'
wanted to win the dollar" I'I'her IN TIIK' OUNTV) JUIMIKN with the Clerk of tble Court an< to ;QIOC "
out of wedlock child I'll .
COURT IN ANU rOM lllfltVAKUUNTV aervo a opy thereof upon (the ,* .. : DbEYwAY I .'
Pleas print my I,l d scream. FLORIDA Plaintiff. or Plaintiff. Attorneyi. % ) 1. .:. .;'; R '.
MO' who. name and ad Ireaa la Crof-
your answer, 1 whuabatld 1IIIIJi:>W, can.you .ta' so heartless? IN. RRl! ESTATE OF PATRICIA K:. ton Brewer Housed, y 60S
to verb that kCKUL, Itowawa- Palm Avon,. tTltttivllle" ? Florida = I FEEL I FEELDESPONDENT. I FEELMY DAD
"t you see often the NO"' 'IH'1C Til ('MrMITORR not \later thanJjun: loth 1N4. If R.
AOAINSTER \ Uby Is all the girl will have in All oradltort of the .Ia"| | of you fall to do ao, a l>eor*. Pro Goad .a .... IFEELVERySAD DEPRESSED.., ,. MOOD Ft 99ING! )
pawn Patricia. B, Knkal ......_1. era lean will he entered.. agalnlt/ you for
Dear Againstert:, 1 .tr whole life? I know what I'm hereby noUdm and raqulnA to the relief In tha oamptalnt AND MELANCHOLY II v \
husband will disband about because It flla any clalma or demanda which Thla :. r"d:: fonoloa4 a tit p vv
-diking hap
they may bare ...In.1 all aalata" mortgage. Th'' real property pro- ;
grown spy ring at oni1. ob'pcned" to me. In the office of the County Judca of needed agaln.t ll: t 1 I Ii Ij
Bravard County Florida. fn tha Let 1M, WATERWAY Et- 1I l
little he i playing
game A social worker talked me into Courthouse at fltuavllla. Vlorida. TATE8 KEPLAT: aooordlag to ll 1lG fl 1
questionably develop 'tfon. giving up my baby 18 years ago' within ill calendar month from the plat thereof, recorded, In Plat p lcf( I I Itt
the data of tha flrat publication of Hook 10. P..1 of the Publlo ,
undesirable character UP 1 and I've cried myself to deep thla notlca. Kaoh olalm, or demand Record of Brvrd County. i
his sons It will also teach 11 must ba 'a I writing and moat Florida.
Whenever I
', every night since tha place of mldunc and poal of- WITNESS my hand and aeal, of ,'
to distrust and despise t ch see a teen'ages on the street I Due .<1<1.... of the claimant and aid. Court at Tit"lavllla, Brevard i 1f j
other. -. muat ba aworn to by tha claimant County Florida' thla 15th day of J
wonder It It could be mine. hi. stoat. ar hll attorney orI\ May 1IM4 1i

If yoti ._ husband must play My parents are dead now and will become void aocordln to law CURTIS R. BARNFD n 1
Thla 4 day: of May. 1W4 Clerk at the Circuit Court
games he 'should encourage each I have two sisters who don t /Herbert Wynn Pckol! "..v.rot Cmtnly Florida ros -.
to himself Such Herbert Wynn kckelrxaiulor I V. R, panler
boy report on
j talk to me All I know is work of tha Fetal of (SCOUR BEAU .

reporting will foster truth and an empty house and hours of Patricia!. Fckel. DereaMidOO1TLD May IS. III, "June 1. a (Mon) 1964. .
,
COOKRRY FKNN1CLL8J2S
integrity loneliness If I had kept my Doran Drive L

child life would have been Vero Reach Florida /iIc Ecl rUr
my f
Publteh one each woes for four LEGAL PADS Big Supply, 3Se23c
1 ?
Dear Ann Landers: Five months full You are 'wrong, wrong, rnnnetutlve .....k. ""mo..ncln.1M. each at the btar: .Advocate! ppA
ago/ today I got my engage ., II, IM4 Office
wrong/. JONQUIL May 11. IS 311 June 1 (Mona 1M4
ment'ring. I was the happiest


girl The ulive wedding is planned tot

September, but as the time GUIDEMonday r

draw near I become more

frightened and less sure of our ,

love All Mac and I do is fight --
Ch I Father Know lli.tII O
We haven't had a pleasant evening :M Ch < Newa, Hohert Trout Wednesday
together in weeks 1211, :: th: I Truth or Cnnarquemmi; z .I t. Mz
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Crowd Attends Gibson 'Open. House' I

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X- Gibson School in Titusville enjoyed first place award. The Language Arta exhibit both had exhibit which revealedthe ion 1 .uid Austin Har\ey's nut William Lewis was second place I
the largest Open House in Stage III had excellent exhibits won an award for its display of high degree of skill and 1>0'on I first place for a small winner, and Robert Bentley'J
* ill history Sunday as several in all areas. Mrs. 0 O pupils' work, Mrs. Mclver and competence which these boysare prod I l The entire exhibit was Brick Pier was third place win II Brevard Lumber CompanyREADY.MIXED.IN.TRANSIT
II first place winner nor The entire exhibit of drawings -
hundred patrons and friends Murray and Mrs Doris James Mis Delley displayed notebooks, acquiring In these areas. I
Y cam out to view the exhibits of won second place for their posters, and charts made by James Ryoland: had exhibit in A. d. W illiam* had the masonry won a fast place award. CONCRETE
the various curriculum areas, Language Arts exhibit Mrs. various pupils. Stage V won tile mosaics Ip boys exhibit various bonds, Principal William expresses Material
v. craft showing Building Lumber faint Hardware
," listen to the music of the band James' exhibit dealt primarilywith many individual and departmental ashtrays and coasters leatherwork drawings, and masonry flower his appreciation to all for the WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSES
and chorus, and enjoy the delkl- The World's Fair Pupils awards for its exhibits in pins mile by the class Alden success of the entire day, Special
v in wallets, change purses Let Us Give You An Estimate -
'i' out refreshments offered developed scrapbooks, stories, many areas. and key holders and woodwork. Knlgh won first place for his credit goes to Norman Thomas Phone AM 7.3831
V, The entire school was and drawings around this theme. The English,\ Department had Charles Miller's step-end table construction showing Basket- who served as general chairmanand Prompt Delivery -
** ipso to the public. Teachersy Mrs. Murray exhibited some of several blue ribbons for its work.A won first place for a large pro Weave Bun]. IKrnng Dond by cooidinator for the day. .
had the work of pupils attract-! the work developed in the classes scone from Macbeth constructed --
vely displayed In their classrooms in the form of charts, kits, and by Patricia Watts. Lillian
yt and special projects and booklets. Pindcr, Gloria Stokes and< nnnnrnenn es mnsr.rllliyI
"j displays on exhibit in the gymnusium Mrs. Nora Mae Davis had ex Dorctha Hillsman won first FRYER PARTSGrade
>,.' These projects were hibits in science on the Human place in this category Mis t
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- judged on the basis of original Dorothy Hampton Wise is In
ty or creativity of the basic idea, Body and Uses of Minerals. strut tor in this area j'k'i' !
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reflection of the curriculum area, She also displayed work on Mrs Ann Stoddard had all of III,{, !!: I iilf I!! Ml aiiglr
and attractiveness of the dis liquid measures and individual the arena of Social Studies cove t NSl9 t i,
pupil, scrapbooks. She works trod in exhibits Wanda Grif iE! I'' a.
play.Mrs.. B. L. FelcUr, Mrs. D M. with pupils in the Regular fin won a first place award for
Warren, and Mrs J. C. Travis Phase. "Turmoil in Latin America", a II ri
served as judges They had a Mr. Manker won third place study of unrest in South i fk'' u la! I
most difficult time In deciding for hit exhibit of a study of Amcilca. Lena Curry and Ella i iI!ifjl\ ?
the relative merits of each ex Pets done by Basic pupils in his Mae Hauls won a first place
hibit as they were all of high science class His art dual award fur "An Analysis of the ..1 I .
quality. won several individual awardsfor Types and Incidence of Crimein hfI IiiiIE'i, yir! ; 000ST
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dogs made from | ?
The exhibits were as follows: poodle Brevarj County" LorraiaeMurray {listillItYlW111711HilIIiI111U1iiltilllYUtt114u! : {{ :.::' ''
Stage I. Year I; Mrs Strick plastic; film cleaners bags Terry. won second place for QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED .
Edmonson won first place, Willie "A Study of Taxes in the Unit.
land and Mrs. Frazier, Teachers, PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 3RD a '/
exhibited Picture Dictionaries Spells second place, and J. ed made by their pupils, Bird Booklets C. Pouncey, third place.A third place for his work on !
Clay Figures, and Flowers television story of Geometry Local Laws Aimed at Fire Pre REG. 59* ARMOUR STAR REG. SR
from Plastic Film Cleaners Bags shown on Channel WE 3 and developed vcntion" Wanda Griffin and Wieners . Lb.49C _I I
Stage II, Years 2 and 3; by Advanced pupils after Glm Ida Stokes won second place
David Myers had a diorama, a study of Geometry in Mr. awards for term papers 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH W-D LEAN
charts, and booklets illustrating Edmonson'4 anthmeficl class In Home Economics Theresa Or. Beef 5 ft: T5 BREAST ABTM
"Life on Hilltop Farm.." Growing was first place winner In this Green won first place for a dress. ,
plants were also Included. Mrs. Stage. Mr. Edmonson also ex Audrey demons won both second 50 EXTRA STAMPS with. Urnow Whol. Hog THIGHS
Helen Carter exhibited charts hibited cement sculpture and net and third places for an \ POUND
booklets and pictures of various weaving art smock and a dress which she Sausage ; ; Lb.69t ..
Drumsticks
aspects of the children's work. In Stage IV, George Fayion's constructed. Art awards from *
50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH 6A BRAND BRICK ,
Mis Carter and Mr. Myers science exhibit was a first place this department also won firs '.
work with Basic and Regular winner. Pupils in the Advanced place. Baked goods on exhibit Sausage I:. t u,. 59
pupils in this Stage. section made a weather station were given away as door prize Livers 49<
Mrs. Elmore's pupils in the with various weather In. to lucky ticket holders Mrs. T. 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH SUNNYLAND Reg. 79< Lb.
a Advanced Phase had a prize struments and an electric question A. Pittman is instructor. Chopped Ham 8 9: 59'
winning exhibit In the social and answer device to answer The Business Department under WingS Re g. 29 f. Lb. 19
studies area entitled "Our questions about the In. the direction of Miss Patricia 25 EXTRA STAMPS with CHOPPED SHAPED
American Heritage". This was a struments and weather information James won a blue ribbon for Cube Steaks 89 Backs. 15' Gizzards Lb.19
They also made and illustrated its exhibit of various styles of Steaks. a a Lb. ; Rtg. 29 .

HAPPY the phylogenetic tree typing, original letterheads, and .. ........ -... -
using a teal tree and preserved program cover designs I &.wt ;;; i.............. .. !. .. I'i -
BIRTHDAYMonday specimens and models. Industrial Arts and Masonry

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June 1 Ii '
Lyman Harrell DAVIS LAWN SPRAY 50 Extra Top Value Stamps
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Martha Louise Hudson I 5.' 50 Extra Top Value Stamps BANANASServe JUICE I PECAN PIE
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I A Good Spring Tonic For An Upset Budget Classifieds -- Dial 2670331CLASSIFIED



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For RentAPARTMENT GLAMOR GIRLS Mobile Homes .5 Real Estate Real Estate I i Riders Wanted

FOR HINT 4, HOUSES FOR SAL HOUSES ton SALE : WILL TAKE 1-3 riders to or partway
INFORMATION I1Ik/! ( TRAILERS FOR SAL to Lexington, Kentucky.
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DLLDO 1 p.... Lay lIefore FURNISHED MODERN large 3 : 32X..tiilll'r with Tandem axle SAVE $700. Brick home brand LUXURY LIVING new brick: I Share expenses. June 6th. Call

.. ...__........ Far.. Wed.PuklloaUoaWANT .. 1'11. bedroom apartment, 26742HI. I IuIry\> and hydraulic dolly wheels, Ideal new. 3 bedroom :2 I bath. Was veneer 4 bedroom 3 tile bath, Geae 267-0331 between 8am.-
n 4..M. ash r MOB. and dishwasher 5pm.
in oven
for farm trailer or heavy duty 1.400 down on $14,900 price. Now built range
NEW TOWN HOUSE apartment, -, boat trailer $260 Apply at $700 down on $14,200 approxImately lid disposal.) Intercom I Business Sires -
AD RAW air conditioned enclosed:;{ 3 bedrooms, IVi Rocket Motel, 2 miles north of tM per month. Compare with AM and FM radio central' ENVELOPES
I eents: per Cktrc wordMlDlmuo Ma baths garage walking Mim at $17,000. Ed KittIes Agency, oil beat and alrcondltioned. Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp
distance to schools and shopping. 611 So. Washington, 267-0831 or wood burning fireplace, wall to for mailing. Full stock at Star-
G. M. Barley, 342 Washington, 8x38.1 bedroom trailer $500. 267- 267-5323. wall carpet, double ear garage, Advocate.

ADO 2673622. fully landscaped corner lot
ALL CLASSIFIED MUST SELL low down payment. -
PAYABtB IN ADTANCBKioept UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM 4589.MOONLAND $2700 down. For appointment Continued: en Next FajeIMITtfK
KststillsbeA AoooonUn apartment tile bath central I I assume VA loan 3 bedroom, IMi 267-1028.
bath CBS 287-3219.
: rOHCATIXI' AH.IN.III .
heat and alrconditloned, near -
Mobile Home Sales ---- the .
has
ESTATES
LAKEFRONT 1IIMt'O'T"II"O.! \\nIIOMIKW
.itfled Dlspl r '*... ot.fttI&'la Plrtla Plaza, fiio monthly, LOVELY 3 BEDROOM, T bath homes with advantages you'll >MN. .w.' KNTU> ....tn...,
OB H. OMtTk Phone M7192L'Commercial QUALITY HOMES AND home. Spacious living room, like. 3 bedrooms, 144 baths at MKKKTX, .i5) *5.1.5155TO
lUr-AdTocweo reierwo the SERVICE WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
V :wlvllef of revttfM. or r*>..IIDI "' BulMlitfs For Kent U.S 1 North of Overpass aircondltiomng, carpeted fenced 12,600. $500 $79.38 monthly TAKE NO'TICK that the CIIV
ui* *dv-rtlMiB' iil :wkleti It 4eem| yard. Many extras. 108 Thorn Including P dni., 24 year mort Council of tho Cltv of Tltuivllle,
bertlonible> $ : tad: 5a ohDe. tbUVlflMUOB < COMMERCIAL BUILDING 40 x Titusville 267-5695 ton, 2671659. gage. Large lota. Just south ofWhispering flrrvord. County Plorlila, on PelIllos .
Of Snr BdVtnlMBMBtrrae of qualified Unit owner will on
,.t _aNd to oonform torecsMutkl 60.for coot' on Haul 1 north t>f I I TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT 4 BEDROOMzJtdown : new, low Hills Country Club She 23rd: day of Juno. 1964 lit fIII:!
= Mlms. 260 'ft. frontage, 500 ft.I In (Route 405)). George B. Barley. P.", at Uo City Hall. Tltunvllln
% Ir..J :: ; Nicest section
payment.
1 .., II. Florida consider and driormin.wboihrr .
Also for sale. 267-0389. 267-3622.
deep. Inc. Titusville
frerreM 00005 lbaa one I.' I LARGE 46 x 100 spaces, no pets, TitusvUle. Forest Hills. 267-3W4 or not Iho City will vscsle.
(Merlins$ ..* will H he.Mo 1167.0933.TUILIR. abandon discontinue and COM! ..11ro.d.
,.. for ass ee .r ta .averllasaeajU 1 *- UNFURNISHED I 2 Bedroom apart HOMES OF unusual beauty and ., alrMla, and sjlevs In andover
to C ireater .*mt MMUo ment. $70, adults t inquire 609 Tropic SPACES FOR RENT style for those who would rather the hereinafter described proper
MOt Of Ike' .....* _pled k, Street Real Estate WantedHAVE iv and r renounce d dlx.ls.lm any
tte IMai to tko .dT,rtt....*.. ADULTS ONLY. Osceola Trailer not conform to traditional same Hint of aald City and the public In
DUPLEX FOR RENT ness. Several are ready to delight and U say of laid. land, or any Interest
want
DOWN
Park, 267 156. payment, country .
acquired d by purchase.
your eye. We also I Sli\ home; retired Army Captain devise. ., dedication prescription
...._ 000*. M Mtlm Knot fin or
FURNISHED bedroom in
DUPLEX 2 selecting a plan and
Clsl AM '- lll Moving StorageLOCAL family of four wishes to lor street alleyway road or
Offloo Moon ,.. to ISO: In Titusvllle. Call Cocoa '.t site if you prefer. Prices range buy or rent large country home highway' purposes. mid properly,
6323660. .... 4b4.w.M450..sM from $20,000 to $30,000 with only being described aa follows
ibs Fe' AND LONG distance movers. with acreage East Central Flor. All of tho tlW i.. of the BE U of
NEW UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom Moving storage, packing, 10% down. 3, 4 or 5 bedroom. ida Box 1031, Titusville, 267.7175. Uvullon 29 Township 21 South,
Animals Call for service today. Ed Hrevard County
So
apartment tile bath, central heat "If your couch and manager Insist that you Ud., shipping, cold fur storage, crating. Kittles us Agency 611 S. Washington Florida Hunt. a.End described In deed. recorded -
and air month. let THEM, wash uniform." Free estimates. 267-3341. to. D to.d Book 1K9 ..FanJO.
HORSES BOARDEDndivIduaI conditioning. $125 your 267.0831 or 267.5323.Comfortable IV TUB C'IHrt'IT loss' .or TUB ,
Ridgeway Mayflower (:! Public Rooords of BrevardCousty
ly. 2671928. Breyird !MVTH! JIDMIAL C IKC I IT l>
aloha, I Florld.LIC1I8 AND
dally exercise I
AMI I FOR BHKV 'KI> ( >INTt
correct feeding. HOUSES FOR RENT For Sale Home "I.OK'II<\ II! 6 sa UIC'I0. : EXCEPT Country K.uiee) Unit
Plumbing Supply One, according to Plat thereof
Wanted ) 574,55aTs.K>
OAK HILL 345-3441 Help
recorded Plat Book IS. Pane
In
New 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths : : or ronrnoHi RII.K
3 BEDROOM 1 bath 222 Golfvlew 134 Public Records of IIrey.dCou.tv
WAREHOUSE suitable for rEDPRAL.: HAVING
shop, HOHTON
Dr.. $130 monthly. Phone 267, 384 FEMALE HElP WANTiD SEPTIC TANKSof acre lot optional. Nicely furnished Florida.
Boats For Sale AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a United
In of
: garage or storage. center 10% down only I 35 minutes Slats. oorporillcm, AUHU tinS part of the NW '4
tewn. lee H. II. Hudson pre-cast concrete, steel-rein of Iho BE: W of Section 2d
at Star. I
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UNFURNISHED 3 BEDROOMtown WHITE WOMAN Tinfow 1 LenoreAvenue. Plaintiff
to and
17 FT. FLEETWrNG, completely Advocate. forced,, state-approved, aizea 540 to Cape. Township '21 Bouth R.... 81Kaal.
house, tile bath central care for school children weak-! Phone 267.1481.MOVE r. Bievard County, Florida
fiberglass excellent condition, gal*., 830 gals., 733 gala, and 1000 VANCE P BRACKeT' and MAR.
described In Deed Book XX
10 HP Johnson motor ind trailer alrconditloned and heating. Near ARRIVED RECENTLY from ends free. Mobile Manor trailer gait. Grease traps installed, tanks IK IIRACKF.TT. hi. wife! FLORIDA as Keoorili .
2 120 and 121. Public
IMMEDIATELY Into 3, Flees
Pirtle plaza, $125 monthly. 267193 park Lot 58, North U. S. Hwy, 1. INDlTRTniAt COMMIKHION:
California gas stove $20; corner pumped and cleaned drain fields : of Brevard County Florida.
Jp-2533. $. or 4 bedroom homes brand new cod THE UN1TKD: bTATBH: OF
I atep tables, $6: drapes, assorted relaid. Work guaranteed. Fittman All norsons Interested may appear
AMERICA
of much priced
WANTED GIRL in In higher .
-- ---- ---- experienced auto area and ba heard at the time and
CABIN CRUISER II ft. cube BEACH,RENTALS: Houses and dishes I violin, clothing, sales and title work. Must be Septic Tanks Inc., Phone AM 7. homes. Small down payment and DefoniUnls placo above iperlfled.
een just north at overpass Dock apartments, $35 to $150 per : other household Items. All very able to complete sales contacts.notorine 4421. P. 0. Box 2016, Titusvllle. only $8S monthly total payment.VA NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN CITY COUNCIL!
Inn. $1098. 167.461. Florida. : to a certain Order for CITY OF TITUSVILLEBvi
week; reduced rates by month, cheap. Everyone 'welcome.I 395 and act as tide clerk. no down payment. BRENT- Sunuant I May 28. 1M4 and entered Ed Kitties
1960 NATIONAL waterUug; cabincruiser aeason or year. MARGARET ': Key Coral Rd., Imperial Estates, McCotter Motors. Inc., 2tt7-2UJ, WOOD ESTATES west on Gar. In Chinoery Case No. 27471 of MayorAtteall

75 h.p. Johnson, $1300. KLIKNA Paxton Realtors, 419 -267-437:1.: MEDICAL-SECRETARY. Real Estate den St., AM 7-7142 or 632.5655.AIRCQNDITIONED U.Judicial. Circuit Circuit('oul'of In and fur the BrevardCounty Ninth Margaret Clerk CooperCity

1709 So. Ridgewood Ave., Edge Flagler Ave, Boichildo.. RCA 21 Inch console TV $40. 267. reception.1st MODEL Florida. wherein RO8TUNrKDBRAL June 1 (Mon) 1964.
water GA 0.2906.Building NEW SMYRNA BEACH experienced ill' rout Is* of BUSINESS LOCATION with residence HAVING AND LOAN
0576. _ doctor's office Able to assume on heavily traveled Hop home 4 bedroom 2 bath 2 car ASSOCIATION a United States
ROOMS FOR RENT 12o"bass.CUmalued responsibility. Send resume of kins Avenue. Suitable for TV. garage, eatin' kitchen and screen corporation, U Plaintiff. and
& SCANDALLI switch
Const. VANCIO F. BRACKbTT: and MAlt
----- -- experience and salary'expected Sale. and Service or other retail porch. Near schools and shopping
IK BRACKFTT: his wife FLOR
like new $185. 267JB36. :
SLEEPING ROOMS for 4 men, to P. 0. Box 1(31 Tituavllle. business Only 1570000. Ed Our special deal on this INDl'HTRIAL COMHI8KION: GARDEN STREET-Com-

NIDY CONSTRUCTION resident private.. entrance, $10.: 267-0968 .-___ .- Kitties Agency: 611 So. Washing I terrific home never lived In, new and THE UMTKD 8TATEK 0"AMERIA mercial corner lot, close in,
lab', commercial and remodeling MALI HUP WANTED I ... Defendants I will
ton, 267 0831 or 267 5323. guarantee Small down excellent
MENrkltcheiTprlvliege GOLD ANODIZED, high gain TV pay tie buy.
12 years in Tltusvllle.I Licensed ROOMS FOR sell to highest and best blcMer
and bonded. Phone AM 72328. *. TV and washer AM 7- antenna $7 2671867. KITCHEN HELP Kentucky Fried ACREAGE FOR SALE ment. Call 267-5221 builder: for the cash Brevard at the County Esit Front Courthouse Door of In Small down payment- nice

2213 after I p.lIt. 1 USElTilo7poTNT r. g:4 4o"lncir Chicken. ,_212 Garden. _. WILL SACRIFICE 3 bedroom, 2 the City of Titusvllle, Cunivnfiir.v.i two bedroom home in good
.
CampingHunting 1 ACRE COVERED with becutlul bath home airconditionlng, dou. Florida, at 11:00: A M. on location
condition T. V.Emporium .
6888. family
good room -
CLEAN DOUBLE room, air-condi WANTED DOZER perato7 an trees. Located just few minutes
267-3577. I ble earporte with family room. ..
described property set big corner lot-only $12,750.
tioned, maid service, private truck driver must be experience
TAKE YOUR vacation in a Florida from Titusville. Only 3000. $17,850 $850 down, 2744 N. Circle forth In said Final Doorso of Mori-
camper. Make reservation now. bath. $30 weekly. 2223 S. Wash. 3 USED TV's 21 Inch table model\, ed 267-2848. Ed Kitties Agency, 611 S. Washington Drive, Forest Hills. Call gave Foreclosure to-wlt' $550 per acre excellent

Call Double J. Campers, 267-134. Ington. --------- all 'with new picture tubes, $49. PART TIME: help must be over 21! 267-0831 or 267-5323. builder, 2673267. Lot FOREST 18 Block NO. 1 B, according LEHWOOD to acreage for future gain, all
lI5o"pE $59. $09 T. V. Emporium Big Si, Plat ibnr.of .1 .or..d. In 1100 acres.Commercial.
$ R PERSON week. Tup's Pure Service 907 N. U. S.Hwy .
per ,
267-3577. HOUSES FOR SAL 3 BEDROOM 2 bath owner. Plat ,
Child Car Apple! Plus. by Book 13. Pas. 80 of the
Rocket Mima _. 1.
Motel phone 267- Whispering Hill. area. Phone S6T- Polite Hecords of Brevard good corner
I 3097. GOOD TRADE IN appliances gaa CAR SALESMAN. Experience BEDROOM IV\* BATH fenced, 4572. County I'k'rl.1..III'f. with lot, good traffic count.
IN MY HOME preferred the following
day or week. Call !
water heaters $10
2678947. SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies and electric but others considered. fully sodded well and pump, Cuetomalre Heater M43S" BW Space Real Estate Inc
up. Ranges $10 up. Suburban \ dealership. 267.11054. WHISPERING OAKS bedroom All .permanently Installed, In-
801 We1respertl'd Bre. m.1
for rent.
Orange St. 2S7-
U.S. 1 PhonlAUTOMATIC bath lot eluding Ike. kulldlng and .
2019 N. 2
Propane, family appurtenances Glen Schlueter, 267-6668
3400 vard Motor Co. Call 267-4391. TI. .
For Rent NEW SMYRNA BEACH located tkereon togetherwith
267 (411. with sidewalks, $500) dowi BO .
tusvllle, Fla.Mobile. tha furniture furnishings, and
CLEAN ROOMS (for working miL RIVERFRONT!: : Deep Water all closing costs 1706 Smith >>,. So., fixtures situate therein and located
ARTICLES FOR RENT 2670234. WASHING machine the way to the Inlet) 4 bedrooms Please oil 2671770. thereon '
$35. 3378 Oklahoma_ Ave.._ Homes 2 baths, a screened DATBD this ;77th day of May
:FOR RENT LOW rates, clean rooms for work porch, full dining room-a lovely NEW AND only $650 down $101 2.....CURTIff R. BARNES REALESTATE
men 103. Can 267-(185. ELECTRIC CHORD ORGAN, $40; TRAIIIRS FOR RENT new air-conditioned home in a per month. Beautiful ranch home Clerk. of Circuit Cnurt of
Floor Sanders Polljheri girl's 24" bike $15; Lambretta convenient location. Only $3100 3 bedroom 2 baths. Dream kit Brevsrd County Florida.
Phone AM T-S235 NICE ROOM for gentlman. Call 1963 notorscooter, $100 (needs LOVELY :2 I BEDROOM. 1V4\ bath, down, too. chen Better hurry. These move BVl H. E. Murray it.
after 4 p.m. 267.'768. repair) 2671744. 110 Maynard air conditioned $125: monthly. CLOSE TO THE BEACH: Custom- fast at $17,750 Campbell Associates COURT Deputy Clerk
LICOURilHON
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET Road, Route 50, Indian River Adults only I no peta. 267-7021 built 3-bedroom. bath home Inc. 2677325. AND) COUR8HON2J
STORES FOR RENT City. or 2671381 or inquire Whispering > 41st Street
with screened porch fireplace,
Baldwin ShoppUg Crater Pines Trailer Court.TRAILERS RANCHERO within easy Miami Beach. Florida
15 x 50 foot store or office space SPINET' PIANO den and many other extras lag distance to Cape. rommut-I I June 1 Mon) 1M4.JESS .
BRING YOUR
APARTMENT 'OR HINT available June lit. Contact REPOSSESSED, new piano guar FOR AH Can be bought FAA for $1300 rooms, 2 Baths In tip top condition J

MODERN George LaGasie at George' Elctronlei antee. Small monthly payments. down $107 per month. on a half acre plus lot.

plctely furnished APARTMENT, alrconditlon-com 1412 South Hopkins. KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC HAYES MARGARET S. KLIKNA Check this out and we'll help PAINT BRUSH
J126 W. Tropic M7-6385 TRAILER SALES REALTOR you with your financing I Camp e
ed. electric kitchen. Private
WILL BUILD UP TO 4000 Square _. Paxton Realtors
--- New and Used Mobile Homes bell Associates, Inc. 2677325.
driveway and storage Adults. Foot store or warehouse for 419 Flagler Ave.. Beachside.
FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES -- --- ----
904 Indian, River Ave. suitable tennant. Contact George clearance sale on all merchandise 8210 E. Colonial Drive, Phones: 4288221 or 426 8142 3 BEDROOM home on lot 100' x

AVAILABLE JUNE 10, 'unfurnlsli.ed ;:; ;: I LaG.... at George' Electron on floor. Hurry while it Orlando: 277-9671 260', furnished or unfurl shed. $$7900
ics, 1412 South Hopkins.WAREHOUSE last. 2111 Garden St., Nidy Good price I easy terms quiet
2 bedroom apartment. Not
suitable for amall children. 267- Shopping Center, 267.5733 or 267. 1956 CREE trailer, I x 25 ft., fllM, WESTWOODMANOR location. Sydney Schwartz's\ Real 2 Bedroom CBS Home on 1
2533. FOR RENT 1924. 1709 So. Rldgewood Edgewater Estate, 1141 S. Hopkins Avenue Acre of Land, North of Mlms.

? SMALL OFFICES and warebouses GA 82906. I Titusville, Florida, 2676100 or
----- ---- .
NATIONAL CASH register $111
267
: 6101.
for rent. 200 (
feet
alrconditloned office square plus 600 sq. tables electric and cash register manlquins, $160; MOBILE HOME OWNERS I : W. CHILDRE $5500$
counters I
4A ft. warehouse $125 mon
Jim space. racks. Barr Wholesale, 118 W. LIVE[ RENT OLD DIXIE HWY
Chlldra I
thly each.. J. W. Real Central Ave., Orlando. WANTED "IA 'ORI sunDeR 2 Bedroom CBS Home In City,
.4 ty 367 5563. nice lot with trees.

HollandINC. DUE TO DIVORCE, We Have A FREE BRICK HOMES, 3 Bedroom, WOMEN -
WAREHOUSE SPACE Repossessed 64 Model Swing [ 2 Full Tile Baths, Central

Needle Dial.0-Mitlc Zlg Zag. Heat, Built-in Range With $$6000
U. .S. No. 1 2 Milei Repair Shop Officeor Makes Fancy Stitches, Makes $20 down payment and $20 a and Shrubs I I WITH TRANSPORTATION TO
Hood Sod Lawns
North Of Minis At Storage Space Buttonholes Sews on Buttons, month will buy your own full REGISTER IN PERSON FOR :
3 Bedroom Frame home I.R C.
Rocket Motel AM 7-3097 FROM $30 MONTH Blind Stitches, Monograms, Embroiders acre mobile homo lot at beauti. Choice of Color Fixtures. BABY SITTING OPPORTUNI. just off Magnolia only $800,
Lake Louise Estate.
; i at 810 S. Hopkins Ave. Darns Patches, Etc ful landlord. PRICES START AT TIES.
NEtandIiSED>; Call or Write: J. J. Roten Take up remaining 5 payments of Become your own BEAUTIFUL GARDENDALE 3
Don't tear up rent receipts each -
$750. Ph. Credit Mgr. AM 7-
20 71 St. Miami Beach-866-0272 5530. month. Many families now reside $14,900Ready LEAH CON LEY'S bedroom 2 bath, Kitchen equipped down.ARROW

MOBILE HOMES --- in our beautiful trailer community EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Florida room, 10 x 25 patio,
; visit us and see for
Wanted
Help' yourself the finest self-owned For Occupancy U. S. No. 1 South air conditioned well kept lawn,

Sales And Rentals mobile home park. Across Street from Casa Burr shrubbery, double carporte, vanl-
MEN AND WOMEN aged 21 45 to
HARVEY train for managers and assistant LAKE LOUISE ESTATESon 267-5437 2675203 2672802We tories in baths extras galore. REALTY

managers in bantam type East Orlando Estates Road Priced right at $15.650 with $1150

SPECIAL REAL ESTATELICENSE grocery atorea. General Bithlo Florida Rt. SO BE SAFE down $11116 per month, includes
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SO X 10 NEW>/ BEDROOM Store, 1120 rIllLlJt., Titusvllle. Phone 277.5282 everything No qualifying. Hurry 2700 S. Washington Ave

$3960.00 SCHOOLStart or 1 Titusville Fla.

USED this Tuesday T P. M. I ALLEN. R. No.REALTYR. 1. Box 361 i BE SURE! Can Mr. Floyd R. Stone withJ. AM 7-7037,

36 X 1 STEWART BEDROOM attend first session as our guest.HOWELL'S I 5 Miles;' N. Of Cocoa W, Childre Realty
Don R. Mancini Broker
$119500
TOP SOIL Cocoa 6363790 -
I
I AM 75563
Deal
Directions Route 50 1 mile Only
BUSINESS COLLEGE past Bithlo Cutoff I

10r/; Down Local Bank IMS S. Wash. Ate. (U.8.1)) FILL-MARL i
'Financing I 367-lHl With A i "North Brtvard'i Oldest Real Estate Service"

WE TRADE ANYTHING I I For Complete Service If you have real estateto -,

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CallFRANK sell, or if you are REALTORI J vJCtti.

SEE OAKWOOD TODAY JOHNS looking for choice re l'l' Look for this I i ( .. 71TlJepboa

Landscaping estate, use our classified symbol for your i i
protection. It signifies I

MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION AM 7-0656 Day,,1 or columns. 'I high integrityand profes- All MOta


Featuring: sional standing. Deal only ATTENTION NEWCOMERS TO TITUSVILLE!

1- .to-S I with a Realtor Only *

Kids Walk I !! Realtor displays this seal.
i If you are considering Titusville as your new home,
LARGE '1$' S 110' I LARGE POOL b : Bryan-Conway & why spend time and
driving
I $ r6' peck everything but a "wal- your money your car around -
LOTS WITHCENTRAL e SHU77LEBOARD lop"I Call us when you plan to I Winstead Inc. the area without any knowledge about the various
I meve. Our expert will pack George M. Barley r.5
WATER I HORSESHOES Etc. your valuable household Items i Inc. communities. Just call for one of our trained experienod .

Moms Love the Kitchens! s. they'll arrive safly at their S Campbell Associates, sales staff to conduct a tour for your family through

'_. destination. Inc. the many nice residential sections. There is absolutelyno

Think of S J. W. Childre RealtorS to Moreover
obligation purchase. you probably will

I! $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY I Danenburg's Beach enjoy the trip and learn a great deal about our city.

Dads Relax in ComfortHUNTER FIDELITYALLIED Realty Duffy's Real EstateS Homes are priced and financed to fit almost any budget.

TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Tltuivill go north on Edwards Realty

u.s. 1 to Mlms. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one mon Agent S Ed Kittles Agency

mil to our entrance on right For fret Information : VAN LINES Harris Realty Inc. /J'Jan-eonwa'l & ?lA/insteail JnC'1


I call 287-5M8. PARK HOMES raS FROM STORAGE & TRANSFER L. B. Newman REALTORS INSURORS
THA' Donn, Searle Realtors
DRIVE OUT AFTER-WORK TODAY! I DAY OR NIGHT 0 Sydney Schwartz
l IN BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES Dial AM 72011 Day. Night or Holiday.
: AGENTS ON PROPERTY TIL DARK INDIAN RIVER CITY 2675221 I Phone AM 7-0228 C W J. Smith




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1- Star-Advocate! Classified Ads I .; 'PUBLIC NOTICESIV I



ntlnued tram Freceedlnt Page Used Cars & Trucks ,. Tim
IV "MII "'1051'5111/I liT 0. THRb1VtN or
Services THK flKCrlT cols or Taos I, pate 1e1. B"Mln _.... af /T tint rmri rv r rin nt tut J10r141 rvkrtlr I IMAM. :wtJTit" ri-rrrr t1V
Schools I IELEC'JR01'ffC NINTH JIIIKMI. <'lltfllT IXAN Brevard County, Florida. :\I"T" I"C'UL el'Net ITV'1 P505 55511(515 Sot 'T\. ri.i>mnv IN AM '0" INI.t !!;.
198 FORD FALCON truck. $200 r.H HHK; ARI UI1TI, You and eMh of yaw are bora* else t'OK IIM.\.II 1'.1 liT". Vara11ca 'lilt OH'MTVrniirrwv
cash and take over payments of yn ni.4millBHT. { by iMUflml IMamt, la> qum .HIM PI.OII"I., C'.Y to. 1051 : *0. *'** .
PAINT1NC. expert, reBaNe mi NO seasv.1Ira / to the above ilelMtlkMl. uniterl" kM In th..J' S. / .ft'OTI'III miTtr e>K SIlT i 101.11'. w *ritrKDKRAU
EDUCATION satisfying! weft Estimate* ,glad.ill. $9B.(S monthly. 2674819. 1..hYRNN, beea" rlh.>* atalnM, you and yon arc 'f. ."r...... In ..., Adoption of: : NATIONAL JtORT1AUK .
a guarantee of jab security at AM Mm. ROnKHT A HAW. 11//. HORRRTARTHl'R : I n.qlll..d.o. ..eve a copy of your NATHANIEL II. FAKMSIR WILLIAM EDWARD! /nLAKK: < ASSOCIATION' a torpor-
Lgh wages Contact FET1 105 I 1954 FORD, automatic; transmission HAW, an...... In the bill af oumplalM. .ft Plaintiff AND llALK LKIUK PLAIN: .11.. ..r.anla-e) and onlmlal! under,
C good running condition, no PLInl1f6HRI. the iil.lnurta rnrneTi, ItixntBTTKK Mlaora .n Act or foncraaa puriu.nl to llMPeOral
ling St., Cocoa. Phone 636-3720, HOME IMPROVEMENTS Rev!! I'OK, :JKI H b.mk wreet CMKRTL: M. FAHMHH TO: RAYMOND SLAKE who.. loat Nallenal' Xortrar AMMMI-
tu9t. $150. 2674610.LET
ay or evening modeling Pauoa- Driveways MAWk/. CHIUHTorHEW K.u OallNi, Florlira and to file Defendant know reanteni-e" /la 16M Let lall.n Charter Act, bavinIt* prJnHIMI -
+ HAW .l U!.. sue. arlnlnal' l. Ih. efflc-e .. tkoHerk TO: tune mreet Cleveland, Ohio. ."... ii> ..k. nix .( WMkiniton -
Serrlces Call 267-0234 for estimates. ME: sen your c.r or "best, Drf. .f IN* Circuit. c..irl ka and Yen CHICRYL ... FAMMKH are. YOU AUK: HBHKDY NOTITIBD: )'.trl.t ef Columbia.
Browning Alto Sale, W7-13ZO. TO! '" CeH4kl.IA.- for llresard County, Florida at II- hereby. nottflyd5al" A SIN o4 COMPLAINT that a k-ellthm far Adoption, kvarfrPratker IITATK 011' rLOaUl4
I'UYHRRAHAW
WATER PROBLEMS? : : t u.vl 1 If, Florida on or brfora tll.8uth I for Ulnrea See keen file. IMM .kern filed In IkeOlrenll PI.II\Urr.\
58 VOLKSWAGEN with M Tf AHKTH HAW. hi. wife, Kl: >- day of June. 1004. etalnal .w are reaMreilIn Con,' ft ten Ninth JuillHal DWIERTfM
NOW! FILL your waterfront engine. WIN A. HAW pod HAH .dltl In ordered that Ihla be publl.h- ( eerve :o"J year aawo atpleadlni rir.ult. in aa r lakefront white 10- CENTURY SOFT WATEROf conditioned' exetlkntcondition. MIKTT EDITH HAW. hll In the Tllutvlll. Hiar-Adovoalei la tha Bill of Complaint, Florida, fiv t.rflX.: : C. Hl'MMKU: SHIRLEY I, KDOERTON' bla'
property Call 217:41151.: wit. FRANCI. 1R RAW end a .._. p..... of leneral cirrulauouIn lo lha Flalntirfl attorney O. R for the adoption of tbe above named *"*.
ch cutterhead dredge available Brevard M. I. HAW hi. wl'.l ARf- "...v.rd (County Florida once IMIla, Attorney at Law PO MmI4M minor. emlileil In He Adoption.. nf PefenAkBt.
'itusville. Payment caib prop. JUBILEE MODEL Ford tractor IIPI R HAW Y.tM/s *Hf; net .eck fur four ronwcuilvawi Hatelllta nark, Florida, and WILLIAM KDWARU BUAKK ant. I 70; HOUR* C. and
OOI'ftrrft
ty 636-2298, Cocoa. 322172Call HUH RLAIN1t1. HAW anil; .ek>, prior' to .aid, return date. file tha ......1... anewer or pleading DALH LBICIH Itl.AKK.: Mineral XHIHI.KV I.. .
good condition and five foot Harrow HAW hi. wit..: 'MABL \ WHaeu my band a. ('101 k of the In the office, of the. nerk af the and you .. natural father of MM .kM wife, w...ue Mel know
$695 cash. 287-1183 after e JOY HAW .In"" wo. rtrmll" Court. Ilrevard County, Clnmlt Court on ar .before Ike. huh above named, minor children' are ".Id.n... la S>. B....r Mtraat,
NITURE TOUCH-up and re- Collect 8:30-1: p. m. p.m. ."...; OKOItOB H. ,bMK pod Florid. 'Ihl. 21Mh: day of M.,. IIW4. day af June 1M4. II.rohy .mmond.d 10 h. and .P..... Bau Oallle, Florida. ,
dubbing, also antique work, LKE. bin wlft f 1AMOH" ('HTIH K. BAHNKH!!: Clerk of If you fall I* do an, Judrment bv In the above named Court at I'beCnurlbnuM Tan are Sonny. aetlfied" that' .
uaranteed" aervlce. 267-5733. 8. PARKER and her hunluind; the Circuit Court default will ka taken anlnet you ,In Tlluvllle. Plnrlila. nn suit kaa been filed agatnat you end
FREIItr: Wanted all If living and /If eRICK, BLOCK and cement work. unknown ipouaa, hpln, diivl.- Clerk Complaint. rotate why .Id Petition, filed' by aelit and that you ace required" to
L.P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION ..., arantee., oreilltori or Court RenltROIARTTKR This nollra ahall ka puhllehe4onoe I.HON V. Hl'MMKU: the .lep-fallter file youanenrer or other """Jio.-
Free estimate Yergcr Construe- CAMPING TRAILER fold lip type. other p.rllr. claiming by, : FORAttorniv. each week for four anneerativa a* eakt. chllilren ahould' not be >lva pleadln- wltk tha ClerK efI
Hon AM 74723.i.V throuah underural. fur Plaintiff weeha In lha Tlnievllle Htar-Adv- (ranlail.' I Idle Court sad ta aerva a copy
Suburban off ground sleeping. 2673918after who I. not known to bo either, f U. Don ln7Wl rate, Tltuavllle, Florida:: I. H.rel* ml not nr the alleiratloe anf ,1 thereof upon tka Plaintiff or PJaln-I I ;
SERVICE CALLS only CM Propane 4.J'.m. dead or alive re.ldenuea un : ll.lirork. HI reel l>).. and. Ordered, In Tltu.vllre. MM.. P-illlon .bill be. I.km .. tlffe Attorney., whtna
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T V. ; __ known; Flail flallle, Florida Brev.rd County Florida. thla' IMk. ennreeead bv you, and. ....... Pmrnnfeaeei ..edre.. M cr.ftnn lirawer Hoi-
land why pay more? Servile 2019 U. S.1 N.- 267.-64U bavin Juna 1, S, 15, n IMon 1M4. at 114Curti. entered analmit, you for land Tltuavtlta.: '
orclalmlni day May
Wanted To And lot All partl I.I.t.:: ::: .At'tu::
Buy ..
Center 2673883. to bay any rl.hl, title. orInlemt ,--- M. "..... Clerkof Ike relief nraved for I *. 1M4.

[,'COOK'S WELL DRILLING Seri.licensed & Trucks USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto rieiitrlneA I In I.nd.and, alluat lo the In followln IlrevardCounty The Titusville Star- .ky Circuit V. HpantlerDeputy Court VIII.lIONS, .....AND..d County UIIDKRRn: ': Plnrlila Tllua-, IkMnn If you fall will lo do.ho ao dcmamled..,a. D.rree'ProCoafomo ..; tkaoompJ.lnt. '
I.
Used Cars relief
for the
day ft May I'*'. you
ClerkLEGAL
let Insured work SUIf'latred. I Part. AM 73686. Florida to-wit i cmIR' (Coort Path THIa salt la ,. forealnaaw.Mlf.i.
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287-3345.' Th..:. E.otj. of Lot, of S2.Lot FLORIDA IS and IV-the: Advocate 1st in circu- Jan. I. I,PEALS III J2 (Mo".1 1004. CURT' II DAHNRfl a .. Tb real properly pro'TaT'li'ilnrt -
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1863 CHEVY S iper Sport radio Work Wanted H -- --------.- -- ---- Clerk. of the circuit Court ,lot, -
DADOING MACHINE ROLLS, only heater, V..,. Stick Equity and WAN RIVER sUBDIVIsION' LAND Rotten COMPANY I ny Her lie H.II M .f PICA PARK

251! each at the Star-Advocate assume payments. 267-M22. LABORER WANTS work. What to/ Tawanhlit' IM South, Rane 8T lation in No. Brevard. : PADS Big Supply at HOWARD 'WyANNKNATTORNRT .k Ins HOSxO I. the, Third flat AAAhlon IMrouf, aepooI a. :i ii

haul: ..rdlnil to t She plot the Star-Advocate Office Poll I'KTITIONEn: riled In Pill paa UNIibllo /
have you to do. 207-3M3. thereof recorded In Plat Dock IS Nn. Allantln Ave. i: ..rOl&o Kr.vraitintv.

ft, I I'_ Nark. ............ (' VlnrtriA..
HOUSEWORK, day, hour or week t Howard Worn- WlTNHwaMlil my bud and neal ef

JOHNNY Own transportation. 2B7-21M. I May II. in, :11. June I (Mon,) 1KI4.VAnn. ( Court .! TltuevlUe. llrevarrt
A. MOLES r-maty, Panda, Ikte Ilk **t of

LADY DEsrnES; ;'rorkTexcellent )- Club & Lodge Notices /t "NIII r'.I'I'IT 1'1"1'11i.'' C'OI'"T. OINI't 0.IT..TIINNIRTM IVAS Mat. \\"HTI": R. BARNRSClerk I
references phone 267.1726after
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01/011 7111E "I''T'' or nail: of Ik Circuit Court
REG. BROKER 4pm.BREVARD STA1x or riitniiti Ilrevard CoMy Hatl;::: nor"'
I'll' "'"""C""Y MI. rslalNATIrNAL I Merita
Clark.
ru.puly
LIPK IN.IIRANCICOMPANY -
412 Lincoln Avenue Titusville COUNTY MAPS TITUSVILti GARDEN CLUB a Vermont irniiratfcin, 'COURT MEALS':;'
ROTARY CLUB YORK-RITE BODIESOf i'l.lntlK My U, I'. at Jam 1 (MBII\\ J914.

Phone 2676327ACREAGE THese Include Oener.l rooter lit elrol.5. ., In.M."dn "
mops! / intricate details .1 MEETS THURSDAY of Oft., Nov. Fek, March. North revard Cevnry ;IA.CK R. OLK and ---- OLK ti Tim ri>.'iTT jrnaie'n
P. M. May, Time and 1" .'. tn he .nnnun, his wife It married., at al slate' or BHMVAMU 1'IICSTT.'
of ahore lines, lakes rivers, 12:15: eed.. JCierutlre Hoard last Tueed.yeach lx.fenrt.ate.AMKNItKII riONint. M'1 PH month October thru May, MITirH of Ml I ItSTTATH ef Flllna Vlnal Me..*
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rural homes marshy lands air. I WMipcrlnaj. Hills C......., Club Indian River Chapter No. 27 OF FLOIIIUA Tl)' ad Anpllealton( fee IMeeMpfaNOTICK
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Jack S,11lkCWn,5044wn,17aN.
Ours I. A. nicell ...Id."t I la herenir liven to>"all
Dick Slmrtet, Pres.H. pad -- OI.K. hi. wile. Ifmarried .
Ikal final report sad application
beacons section and township ROYAL ARCH MASONS Sat Huppurt Mq.1. ,, APO avraoai .
T. Walker, Sec'> ---- : for dlKhane aa AamlnlaIraiar .
halo, Pan rranulmn, CaltforniaanA
of Ike Relate: of Leon Mmeryllrawdy

| JO ACRES Rt. 46 West of Mims. Zoned trailer park. Engineers lines, etc Area covered by each BITA SORORITY SIGMA PHI differ) Yetler, High Priest nertruda M Andarmn.. lot Mao by the unilenlined......_. h.In.. tha iMtem abnvalyM .filed

Titusville Chap. No. 6 lot .nd 3rd CHI Williams, Secretary Hlreet, Weal.: Medway, Meauuhui.ette .. Court and that on Ike) lot
plans and design for complete park Of 152 spaces plus office municipality U shown also raiload Thursday P.M. day of July, 1IM4, aviilloatlonwill
7130 Mat Jrd Wednesday 7JO: P. M.at aait an p.rttea. clalmlni Intereala .he ntaile to ,the Honorable Vlmll B.Conkllnf .

recreation area. GfiO feet Rt. 46 frontage. Priced! to sell canals, and government O.E.S.BERTHA I XI llfl.TA. ealwyle MUOnrln. Mt ionic Temple, Tlruivlllt >by. Ihrouih Jack C,, under Oik and or _-a-'aln.t--'' Ilk lhaaM I : at Jwlt mid*f report laid: 'Cextrt and far farauvraval

and terms arranged. DEMOND I lreelilentPreetale. his, wife If married and the aaldlertruila / .. law.
can se AMI' dlaekarte praflilad by
reservations along with (Inset Worthy Matron I : 154.01110'MMTSCRTA HIRAM COUNCIL No. 13. (tea liaviMff M.ar A.alalmln..,......., and to ,hava all part-any IKttrH, thta U Ilih Drawdy nay at May, .IV04.Joaepk .

for detail of Mr. Mary AI lea JClttlee ra t a.M..t. May ..... 11..1. R..M. rlfht, title or intereel In tha realpieperty
Set (
maps greater .. will. A. AAmlnl'tnior of IMdole
l Improvement
lit and trt Tnaidiy) I PBf. Ih.r.unAr.a .
LOTSLarge AM ,-/,.. R. V. lakes / ileeerlhail. of Leon KmeryVrnwAy :
the two sections) mailed any. .Tt *TA Thrice Illustrious Master rOil AND MACH Or TOU .here. oWaa..<,
Online' '' Da. l'.... .kv taka nMtoa/ that a aull .... been n. 1I. Martin. ;

lot 100 x 130 not In Subdivision. Sewer and Water. where for $1.10. Order from Indian River .A. AM'-la5 MD GIN Williams, Rtctrdtr filed' : .Court...t The you nature In' the of the abnvaatyled cult Plant P' n. Hnx City,. llltTA
Pill I la lo forettaea that for AilmlnlalratnrMay
Cash or terms. Star-Advocate. Lodge N.>, MF. W fl.le Keller. PreMuMtnlleTI Meets Ind Wedntsdty at Fill "..M.I : M.reb tilt i i, IIWI,pertain, and morlcaiailated fllril of 85, Juna L.. It IMon 1M.
Masonic Tempi, C.... ,nbOo recent In orfhilal' Ileonrda
A A. M. Hook. 877, paaa MO', Puhllo Ileoordaa
ll-Lot 60 x 140 Close-In. Only 135000. Mttts 2nd A 4th Thursdays, 7JOat : BREVARD COMMANDERYNo. Hrevard Cnunty, Florida: outunbMn. IM THR (,111"IT" (.tot'S? nr tH*
M Maionle T mnl. District... M .. Ito hereinafter d...,rlheA "ftllTH' 'I'" I U. < IM "IIT, IN
24 K. T. real properly. Th. name of the .. AMI YOM HKMANII t.IL'NTT'
fl-Lot, corner Old Dixie Highway and 75 133 x 105. Owner TransferredAm Masonic T.pl.Iam.1 Florid Nurses Assn.Mttts C'aurt In wklrk old soil la rend, I t I MtlRIIM.IIAMMNT.
H. it.wart. Matter. Lacy Ramer Eminent Cemmand'r Int la tha Circuit I Court of the Ninth ( 50. 50455
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Priced 385000. un..wc"ve. sacrificing this delux 3 bed. W. Frank Dard.n Sooty. I Juilleiai circuit In and for Uii NOTION Of "IT
First Tuts.af .
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County" of Hrevard', Kiate of Fler CARL M. JDCKMA/II./
room 2 bath custom built home. I Gill Williams, It.c.,", Ida, In Ckanmry No. miss, and theahbrovlatd Plaintiff
month I :
etch "
p.m I title of lha oaaa llOik ..
I Will take $1600 for J3.350 equity. Junior At Flrat. Federal aavlnita and Loan Mt 4th Wednesday, 7J| P.M. .11-.1 1.1/ Ioeurana Comp", DORia B, KCKM'AN,
HOUSES Payments are $111.00 per month ChamberOf Masonis. Temple' Cocoa a V..nl .rporatlon PI.lnl". Defendant.TO .
Fornter, R,N, .
Praeldent Dorothy I v. lock M. ind -- ) DORIS 10. KCKMAN
principal and Interest. Many CommerceEarl Kacratary Doris) Mlllner"' R.N' ni. 'wire, ii narrlid, el al, D.feml.. 195 Ollberl
ll.-Extra nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath home completely redecorated.Good outstanding features, Including Spacer Prei.ftv Phone AM 1-5D71/ PILOT CLUB .nla Tha, d....lpll.n of the real properly YOU Carao.a ARM HKRKIITIkal Fall., Ohio Ni1TIPrID(
,
Financed. family room, recessed lighting Involved 1 In aid suit anil d.s! a ail for dlvoroa Ha* boo
location. Lot 7S x 135. Conventional or FHA In kitchen traverse rods, Venetian $ Fetes, S..> CZECHOSLOVAK'AMERICAN I Mrs. Betty Jane, ,,,.. crlfied: lit the Complaint. 1 la aa felTat filed asalait of tka IXInlk rixi. la Judicial the': Clroalt ClreultCourt

FHA $450. Down. Full price $14.500.00. blinds vanity baths disposal Cltliena Bank Building CLUBOf I Meeting lit and 3rd Wednesday S. ninrk fl jllo"rN: of. /In and for Rravard County, Florlila
Meets Every Thursday 7:30: P.M. PAIiy lv NO, enllllad' CARL K, IKKMAN, Hl.lalift -
to mention few. Tltu.vll] 12:oo Riverview Restaurant .
aeeordlna I lo ulat thereof re.rardeel v., DORIC M. KlktMAN. Defend
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i 1. New 4 bedroom air conditioned home under construction. Duy DUtir.DlUS- AVI.Heiular In Plat look 11, IM in I. '". 'u7..r.i. iM&w, Ton
Executive! Board Monday fublla Heewda of lironrdConnly ara hereby : eervloe a
this one and aelect your own colors. Price $17,00000 with CALL 2(7-7833 TITUSVILLE POST NO. 1 1M ", ...u... Ind Wedne.day of Before 1st Wednesday Florida' spy of your ...w., or other written
I I YOU AND/ RACIt or YOU ararequired defenaea la he Complaint filed
for appointment to tee auk month. H.II open each. Tu .day, to file your anewer lit lha herein upon undue. MnCarey.f : ..
down payment! to suit buyer. AMERICAN Thunday and Saturday evening: atI TITUSVILLI Complaint' with lha Clerk of thaabnva O. Boa MS, Cneoa 11..11. riorlda,
J etyle l Court and aerva a logy Attorneya for flalntirf/ ( and to file
----- pm. PUBLIC LIBRARY thereof' upon I'l.lnilff, l attorney, lha orliinal Ihereof la the onto of
LEGIONHorry
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Hlavka Dehm a'rIEWAItT L. AYIHS whose tha Clerk of tha Circuit Court of
-- 1421 Dr. Read ."'1,.... I. Poet t O'riie Hoi. SOI Kaul.llle. retard County, rinrlila, on .. .hoe
Teetrlck... Comer, VETERANS OP WORLD WAR I 1mS\ : ( Florida. n"l later than ... fare the lath. iley of Jiiao, A.D. laud.IONRIIN
I Paul B' Adjutant BARRACKS I1H Ink. day ., Jane A. D. 1M4.. aa re. FAIL, NOT nr a DecreeI'ra
Menlo lal and Srd Today Mon thru Prl. I a.m. ".w p.. "..I.d. By law, aim a derrea. pro Coh'...0 will .ka aatereaialaal .
Leiloa Hall, a p.n.Woman's Meets first Wednesdayeach Saturday t a.m. 8:Jo p... eoar.ua will .. entered) aaaln.l you you for the relief prayed fur
: month American lad mob of la std Complain
:
IM WITNrilM: WHKHROF: I DUNK AND OHITRED at TNoa.
I Club of Union Hall with Covered Tltusvllle Lode /No.( 1982 ... have hereunto' set my hand and .f. Villa rioridn, lala.. IMIi day ef May,
dish Luncheon, 1 pm Loyal Order Of fined the ndlnlal oral of eald Court A r>. IMI4.COURT" .
I Titusville Inc.. L. E. Pepper, Comdr. Po at Tlluavllle Hrevard County, Flor ( IIBAU
Tom Watson Qm. 'MOOSEMate Ionhl.. liI !I:1. of May A. I), 1IW4 fURTIH' II. PA RISK
,
Meets 1st Monday of Each Month IIAIINKM. Clerk of the Clruult Court forHrevarri
Tuesday S p.m. Clerk nf the Circuit Court ('..u.I.., florid

October thru May TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUB 1 Mile North .f Mime" on U. S.1 MY llreverd) Hortla faunty Haliitspmy: 1 rinrlila. fly V. M. Ulienal.rbepuiy Clerk.

Mrs. J. J. Condei, Pre. Jim Maltble Governor Clerk May IS Z& June I. (Man.. IM4.IN .
.M 4 7:00: p.m. Thursday Ralph Brokw, S'y (UTS A I, or THIS CIHCUIT COimT
v. lewarl' I.. AyeraAttorney
P Tr PYTHIAN Flotilla Restaurant fitr ( lalnllff '" THB f'I"C'IIIT UOI'Wr' UI' TUB
South Lake Jrd Wednesday foal offlva Hm Su] NINTH 4UIH4.IAI. tlHCIIir) Of
( Kau n.lll., Florida yIalllk. II All II roll .111.
SISTERS H. G. Bentenhafer i each month May II, IS M, June 1 ''lI.n.1 IM. ,**!. lOtNTVtllNCKKV -

Tltuavllla T.mpl. U PresidentJ. I P. M1 -- M" ". ...!.41
Meeta Ind till Tuea.of W. J (1of: IN TMI'ICNTv JUDnl.'M IkOTK oy liCIT
Ecruu'a ,. Sec'yNorth .
aack month at Sp.m.Mrr. \\ through May POCK IN, AMI r
r1 utla. Fulrb. M IIC."r. Hardln. e' t '" 11.11111";. ;aiM,<.I nnanlaed AMHOCIATIUN.and S/ oap.r.unrtef
.. J. U. Mlawert. Keel y. I y 'AM ;. 5M';; 1 = ( I.f f t' 1(, .. shot/n.i' eIId
_Mrs. Evelyn Freeman PI.nlrt. BrevardHorsemen' /! ; i\o.l &nb'4" 5 AV/tootit; III Ywlmlo0.ltuial Morlilaee AM....
Club .tier I p.m." ;rl..Jf.' 1.lIon ('barter. Aol bovln Ile pr.olpal ..
--- MOTH TO rRFIMTUNIAMI : otnri I. the City ., Waoblal.
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KIWANIS CLUB Mttts Second Monday Each Month North BreyerdRehabilitation ; (LAIM/tNT ton IJI.trluC of Columbia.
7:00 P. M. You and of you ara narahynllfled PLaMt.w .
:
M.... I.a:
.
r T".acI.y.t2:10 Confer to preaent any
p.m.WHISPERING" Lawrarxt Parker Pea No. WIHIms Ave. alalm/: and demand whluk I yau, oreither Wtt.MAM P. W WILKtMiOM: cud
of yes. kiev hava aaeln.t the WiLkINSON' hie wlfwDf.adao.
Phone SYLVIA .
AM 7-424
HILLS 0 Arthur Dunn Airport eelal. ef :A. KU/AHK.TII: HN(lI.II .

COUNTRY CLUB Chris Parker, $..', M.ets 2nd Thur*. every montk nf M I LI.lefl.Philadelphia.demuued Cnmmonwealtk lala of County of TO UTATB I WILLIAM OF rr-OBIDA l>. WII.KINION-

Doyle rrl.be' PUBLIC INVITID Pennsylvania I I* the County Judaa( sad SYLVIA WILKIN"<*N.kla .
Pn.MantTom North Brcvard Shrine Club Prs.l W, Lee Parlaln of Hrevam County, Florida, at klaoffice wife, wneae. ...t barwarmll.aoe
Oru Serr.Urr In tka Court: Hauee, Tllue-
-- Martha Bulk ,la 1011 I Poet Head
---- Thuracl.71i ; _.o'p.. Mrs. villa Florida, .. -
led ,., : within ass l Its .1. tea: Oallla FloH.la"
B. P. O. E. ELKS LODGE Phon AM 71041TITUSVILLI oar month from the data of the You ara .hereby milifled that a
124 YEARS OF COMBINED EXPERIENCEIN Meet At first puhllrallnn/ nf Ihla null,. Keek' salt baa bean riled natal you ande.ok
No Jill : claim' or demand mat ka. I. wrltln* .f so tn Ika abova entitled I
ELKS CLUB and mod ..... the plum af .."' rauaa ml thai yvti are roeulr.d'to:
Mat Mendcy Night --TL T a.nu., peel efflre aridreM/ at lharlalntant file your anawer or olh.r. rote .-
.d
1239 S. WatMnflton A,.V Ch... H.".", Prts. an* mu.l be ewora I* by f alva plendlaca with Ike Clerk of 110...
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICEShown ; lha ol.lm.nl. kla .. kla .
I ij .nl. or at.lorney Court and thereof
Frank Dtrdan
'clack
Sec'yPh. 1 ur tha sue.. will became upon tha trft.orIOPI::; ,. 'iAllorneya.
WalUr J. Make, I. R. AM 7-034) vel.l' aooariUnc to law whoa nama and aililreaala
above the men In the service. epartment at Carl Schmidt Rambler, left to RusMll ..tch.ld.,, $... LITTLI comb aradltor or ol.lm.nl. mud Crofum, Bievrw A. Holland, tot
are
THfATRI, INC. at Iba time of tha' flUnaf the .me Palm Aana / ,
right: Jay E. Diltz service manages; William "Bill" Small parts manager; William J. Tltusrllle ToastmasteraChantlclMr VITIRANS OF lit Tues. .+ Mo. 1:00: p. "m. deliver a Ju..l.y.. of'In aunh, olalm to lhaCawaiy ant later tkan l.1: :: t,I..tist.1rt; you
FOREIGN WARS oomnll.no. wltkCh.pter fall la da ao, a Deerea Pr. Conftwowill
.
.Illle. Tkealra Kld.. eft .... At* .
Harris, mechanic; Gail Craig, Transmission specialist and Robert H. Fowler Me- Meet W.d/wsd.yt N.Nb.. fed a 41kTaareaMe 1/ 1504Thu -ca. Law. af Florid far relief ha demanded aural Inlet tka you oomptelnt.Thla for tha.

chanic. Their combined experience assures you that your car will receive the most 6:45: P.M. ....". I PM, auk J TITl'XflLI Ilk fay of May, IM4.. .." la la foreoloee a martial
V'7M Ckarlaa I. Davldao .
attention and care. Carl Schmidt services any make or model of car. Free @ Civil: Open I P.M. Dally Scottish Rit Alelllary Admlnletralor ef I.Tha' eartat real I property proesddata.!

expert 'Inn Ma noll Avt. I'' Club P. O. B.. Ml Kelala: ef A. RMZAIIRTIf: I, Block Elf Ith..._

pick up and delivery. Ralph Schclbtl, Cammandar ".,d C. Brawn P,... Nay II.AHNOI.U la I" M. Jan.MII.I.K.H.t mon: .dereeMd.I !.*... Park, lactla aa A,Plat Hrevard, thereof CountyFlorMa reaordad -/
Bob. Yunt, Pre.. AM 7.5709 Milt Mtrttmcn, OurttrmitrTITUSVILLE John W. Laser lcy. --- ). Plat par Hook" U Paaa T'
M...a tad T._ It** ,... Public, ItMorda af Hreurd

RAMBLER Riverview P. T. A. Maeeala TeaiplaTttusvllla _- See The fV'1r"l'r.o.iI.! :: ." nod noel. ofould
SCHMIDT
CARL
Whin .t Tuu..III.. Rnvard
RIFLE Se PISTOL CLUB ) Chapftr Star. AdvocateFor .(May.. .tr. Florida. Ihb' .111 day 10'

THI NATIONAL (1TRTIN
Meat al RlvarvUw R IURN":
13 51 S. Hopkins Avenue Phone 267.1348 klwol tit M_ lath Mft1st SICRITARIIS Your (look. ot too Circuit Taint
Hrevard FBy ''orId'I'oun
County
C Month 7M p.m.' and Jrd Wdrw4yf A$$'N. (lnfl) Bertie HallDeputy
I
Service Department Open 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. Earl Snyder 7131 p.m. Printing Needs! Clark
Lies Mo.der ., 1.11: lIont" SEALS .
PratWan Chamber" o*) Cemmerc" Crude Carts. ..... ..001-Sets _May It. 1a II Jua I (.....) 1a/.
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NO DOWN : VISIT GAR DEN D ALE IMMEDIATE HOMES OCCUPANCY FOR

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V A PAYMENT beautiful J? $15,000 TO $19,000


Several tare LOTS FOR SALE la FAIR GLEN

$4730 to Seno Home* restricted to 1809 it minimum.
------- A Community Of f Fine Homes In Titusville sq.



F HA LOW DOWNPAYMENT Only Miles West of US.1 On Garden St. COWART & 'CARTER

3200 Garden St., Titusville.

.- THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM TWO TILED BATHS Phone:267a222oe2S7.2931

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, # r..*(-a TNuwfl.(11.rlda' ( Star.A ....te : M.M.,; June 1, 1M4 I II

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Red or Yellow \
Light Agenda *, ; Kobeys Shoestring

t", Planning Hawaiian Punch 3 46.0 ease'. $1. Potato Sticks can toll lOt

Facing F & P Flavor Perfect '
Smooth or Crunchy Swift's

Zoning Board Fruit Cocktail Ijt. :o ; 19c Peanut Duller 'l6 oz. 39cArmour's

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f' j jM
: Two rezoning applications, e 1 Van Camp Delicious
A R IC 6 Y $ r Star
': parking plan and a special UM ,
permit are on the agenda for Ie' Pork & Beans o' I9c
:
4 Vienna Sausage S :t $1.
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tion by the Titusvile Planning! ellNi. ;a.0:;;
L and Zoning Commission at the
k. nu-otipg scheduled for Wedne. a dairy specials .
day night. PRICES EFFECTIVEMONDAY1

Margaret: Schnurstein I I. seel TUESDAY, Pillsbury's 1 1
*
ing ro(.zoning on property. at 11211 WEDNESDAY, Caramel I-,I Iut Rollers
Park Avenue, from R 2 to B.I I t.o I
,..il Lucky Whip
JUNE 1964
allow her to expand her beaut y
; shop. Dessert Toppingfrozen can49F

Atlantic Glass Co. it peeking I1M 'Iti r M (plus 50 eM1. f_ ,411. """. SNwp1 with ....,.,,1)
rezoning of property on the westside l 4'A
of Hopkins Avenue across E 0 foods .
from Pinedo Drive from BU-1to 1 {F'r
Patio Combination
B3. w
,,' Dinner. p.r;:' 39 1 rI
Sam Janover Is requesting rt IOW Mexican ,,.
consideration of a parking plan + Green Giant Baby .
for a 19.unit apartment to be located 10 os. 39'
on the northwest cornerof Brussel Sprouts. .... .Pk8
Ml. Stealing Avenue and De a. ;' flOtCIt produce lane Soro Lee Buttes 12-ot.'a .

lespinc.. Pound. Cake . ... *-*' 791rrv
F. P. Ludwig it requesting re ., Large Florida Pascal pivi( so ..tre hn dal: Crwn. 3NInp wk6.wped>
consideration of hit applicationfor t
a special use permit to permit -
operation of a beauty parlor .. 1, r r D Celery.l stalk 5c
in his home. This was unanj .
mously rcca-nmendud for deDI.1two r


wit! weeks no action 11110.Appllc.tlons .on scheduled first reading, ark.,, etw, ey4' +alr'y r v

Supper Corp. parking plan for .. \\II'/Ij
Top Value Stamp Store In Ind. _'
an River Plaza and Claude O CLIP AND
Marlowe parking plan for a bus. s
incur building at corner of Hop- REDEEM THESE

kin and Bermuda Street. \/AI 'IAOI .
f. "
vrxuurvoucCOUPONS 'V
SWIFT'S PREMIUM ;: '
721,000 Veterans (. .... PROTEN GOVT. INSPECTED '
SWIFT'S PREMIUM TENDER-GROWN' ,, HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE .

5omlrT.Amso! SHIPPED GOVT. INSPECTED ..'
Now In FloridaCol.
FRESH NOT FROZEN! Chuck Steaks =
J1l Green Stamps_
Service. w. Officer II. Boshoff for Veteran i MA'Is usu/w w4 prldewA SALE" I iiIb '
Brevsn Swift's nmlum Sliced "FRYER QUARTER:$
I., County, pays that the latest surVey .. NIW INGLAND LOAF 6-... ,k|. 41'
: made by the Veterans Administration 49'
shows there are Ct WuMfM WM Jvn. S MM) :: n

721,000 veterans .now living in QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. BREAST I with _- _
the State of Florida. rib. or } ......... .
Some five yean ago, the Veteran 150mlr' lIAm ISO

bered population 50,000. In this State num J1l Green Stamps< LEG qiii R

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i wA ill w wr. deu oft' I
Of the total80,001 are Veteransof
LUCKY WHIP DESSERT TOPPING. ,
World War II. There are 192- 'b,039cSI'
\ 000 veterans of the Korean Con. 9Vz' -ox. can 49c '
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filet and Itt this class there are II..IrMM* JIM. I. IM4I f .1PU
1 lAAAAAAAnAniinnnfinn rtn*"J .
.I 52,000 who had service in World. ;
War II, while 140,000 were Veterans
of the Korean Conflict
only. ,Florida has 89,000 veteransof I !50mlr TIAmI50! .
l .
World War I and 8,000 Veterans biI III'\\'\\
of other wan. Jw Green Stamps Ib.
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id ia>u MUM U M W oft Tasty Stick Style
Brcvard County, some 5\ yean
SARA LEI POUND CAM ,,
i ago, had approximately 5.000 BRAUNSCHWEIGER; .L 39-
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veterans. Today the number la 12.0' :. 'Ill. 795 .
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between 71,000) and loo.ooo. I I
I ,'1-8000000000000000000ISO 8 MAXWELL HOUSErrkW'1hg


I Organize Mims Jaycees TuesdayAn To O I.l.A'M! ISO : HdJMLIIVIIT1 :


I I It the An MimI organizational Jaycees will'meeting be held<< of at I J" Green..A M1 1 1115s.wd Stamps ewdew. .. < P*ft CUTPVIEFt! WITHPURC E 'pF$3 pdRWORE

j Duffy's Real Estate Office .on SUAVE FOR WOMEN !
Tuesday at 7.30:
I p.m.
small also 69c......plus. tallm.lt
WMl I IM4)
I will *>
items of business
I be Major appointment of temporary of ooooooooooooooooooSO 8 DETERGENT SALE! / v;:
leers who will serve until July :' 5fr'j HKKI1N1 *- '
f 1. BE tl mmlyr < A MBnr j/ I > -
,FREE 50I : ; *aAwfcC: '
All Interested men of the ;% *' | % p g
Mims-Scottsmoor area are urged J"/ Green Stamps
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