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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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j j 84th Year No. 68 14 Pages Today Titusville., Florida Monday June 8, 1964 5c Per.Copy rublishedS y \ ys. Wednesdays and Friday_- jj j


TV Cable Franchise Proposed;

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Lone '
vlv7lleld + ordinance

Direct Telephone Service Between I Set For Second

Council ReadingA

; Titusville And Cape Discontinued t te rominuiilty franchise antenna for operating television a

,),.111\ within the city has beta

Jd proponed to City Manager Cleveland

Cape wives must either cut erator, who transferred the call ager for Southern Bell, said that According to the Air Force, 1Hu Tul nadill', by Meredith

down on telephone cilli to Cape to the Cape. the trunk lines from Titusville to this will be. permanent situation lit unite isting Co.

Kennedy or face a stiff telephonebill Also according to the operator, Cape Kenndy "have always been or at least there I I. no Immediate Talmadge!! Hid Uiit the firm

ai a result of discontinuance 25 centi plus tax Is charged per Air Force linen remedy to the problem.The la requesting a meeting with the I

of local free telephone service to three minutes.It "The Air Force called and said AF spokesman did lay council at a future date to die

the Cape today. was several hours before the to slop use of this service as of however, that collect calls couldbe CUM t the! piopusal. The requeit

The Air Force announced this cause could be traced down. Sam. today I frankly don't made to the Cape if the per- will. bo prne'ntcd to the city

morning that regular telephone NASA public Information officials know why or whether it Is permanent son being called will accept council at tomorrow night re*

service to Cape Kennedy throughthe said they had requestedthe or temporary," he added. charge Kidar meeting

Titusville exchange hat been Air Force to route all call John Nelson of Community Development But, for the present anyway

discontinued and for local people to NASA through the MILA oper- Office said all he the familiar voice laying "Cape A report on the Riverside Dr.

tu reach the Cape a long distance ator but that was all the office( knew was that a new telephone Kennedy" Is gone to Titusville extension project horn Broad

call must be placed to the MILA knew system wee being act up at callers when they dial that well HHi Slrntto II:* causeway, will also

operator on Merritt Island Pat Blunter, Titusville man MILA. known number 207.2211. be made al t the mettlng Tl-

mad said that he had writtento .
Paul !:
The problem lies, Lt. High
Inform. B E, Plrtl, who held the
(it the Air Force public
alien office said In the main -- --- contract for the job on June 4,
trunk cable to 'Saturn Parts Arrivina AT SCENE Charles Jannarone, ownerof in an apparent attempt at robbery. Dot terminating the contract with

telephone be cut due to construction having of pad Jean's Jewelry and Gifts In Big Apple Sgt. Tony Sahlano, left and patrolman I'lrtle1, bemuse of failure to com
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"11." of Complex 39 on the Cape "", Shopping Center, removes valuables from Actor Curry look for evidence. (S-A pM the eonnhuctimt work with-

aide of the Banana River Five major element of the The seventh Saturn will be la also being developed by 1he] window through which a rock was thrown Photo). hi the pi escribed time at let out

The change called National Aeronautical and Space launched In the third quarter Marshall Center and associated In the contract and a memoran-
01 service wai 1
Administration' seventh Saturn 1964 It will carry an Apollo contractor dum of understanding Til
to The Star.Advocate' attention
this morning and several I space vehicle began arrivingat boilerplate Into orbit In a flight A launch team at the John F, made laid that he li making arrangements
much like that of SA.6. "Rash" Of Breakins
calls were placed to the old number Cape Kennedy last weekend. Kennedy Space Center NASA, to have a contractor

of 2G7.2211 and the response The largest Item, an eight A later Apollo will carry astronauts will mate the seventh Saturn come in to complete the workon

was from Titusville special operator englned 19 million pound thrust to the moon Power for stages and spacecraft during the (the project
booster was to arrive at noon that flight will be provided by next few months, check It out
the caller the
telling service -
yesterday. the giant Saturn. V rocket which and ready It fur launch Second reading of the new
had been discontinued She Here Over Week End
gave a long distance number of It departed the NASA-Marshall city luni ordinance la icheduled -

876-1110 which was found to b.Ml'1'rltt Space Flight Center in Huntsvllle Gibson School Bids To Be Opened Tbla ordinance wit read
Ala., May 28 only a few ; the first t tine by title only. If its
Island Launch Area
op. TituHVille has had a rash of let When the window broke, the valr drove away from the scene
I I read In the full tomorrow
hours after the sixth Saturn
break.Ini over the past few days, burglar alarm went off and evidently and the police are now lookingfor
rocket cleared the pad at Cape 12-Year-Old Seeks To Enter BJC according to Det. Sgt Tony Sal- scared tho would.bo the car and two young men night, the pinetlng could be ope
Kennedy on another successful of tin longest on record line
Today dano of Titusville Police Dept. thieves off a* apparently nothing' who were wearing dark shorts, '
flight for the Saturn Series, SA-T't the ordinance li BO
major addition to An- Dr J, (' '" Wilwm, pvesblln4. was taken according to Charles and light shirts over page. t.
booster Is aboard the barge kids on. Br'j!) .. The 60 Minute Cleaners in Inc l la,kngUv ' ,
of Brevard Junior c.I>> hen "Janrtnrone,'owner, Slit. Saldano laid arrest ere
drew J Gibson School here- will ,Ie.. dlan 'itiver ElKinpIng Plata
with the metro was
Promise along
: Virtually Halls be opened at 2 p.m. tomorrowto a request: regarding permission' Witnesses near the icene of the expoctH shortly In connection Among other items loa the
ment unit. Into late
to allow a year-old Brevard Saturday or attempted theft laid a while Cor- with the above robberies agenda:
The S-IV second stage will be highlight the afternoon portion early Sunday and the thieve Appointment! to commute ,
of all-day session of the boy to attend BJC summer sessions. a
made off with 1190 $160. A depotIt
Work In MILA flown to Cape Kennedy aboarda Brevard School Board The youth II I reportedto tu prepare a iketch for the city
modified Slratoerulscr called have high box win. pried open and twomoney NASA Survey Backs Northward mil by Mayor Ed Klttlei.
an extremely IQ I
the Pregant Guppy. It Is scheduled The work include remodeling bags containing ISO tech
Construction work was virtually
and I II capable of college work. Second reading on ordinanceon
to arrive at Cape Kennedy several areas and additions to( were stolen plus paper licks
brought to a halt on Cape The board will not only meet re inning requeiti for the
the school changing the entire containing approximately $94
about noon Wednesday. The air Movement As MILA
Kennedy and In MILA this earlier than normal at 8 a.mto Keeps Growingwould Wuekthoff Co, for property in
plane li hinged in the middle to front of the I lay-out.) Also on Saturday Living Wonder
morning al union workers hon view a special IBM film Sun Valley and Frank Little Sr.
accommodate the S-IV stage The board will also discussthe at Florid Wonderland was .
ored picket lines thrown up as but alas! will meet for lunch with Results of a origin destination hinge to 23 per cent In for property In Sun Valley
entered and thieve. marie off t
The Manned Spacecraft Cen salary schedule for lunch, survey by NASA announced re the Cocoa Beach.PAFO area, 20.'
putt of the lengthy Florida East juvenile authorities! at the Juvenile with (34 from the ash r""I.ter.Friday Zoning application and newly
Coast Railroad strike. ter' Apollo service module was room workers as well as a lecommendatiim Detention Home, gently, Indicate a definite shiftingof per rent In the Tltusvlll* are*, facllltlei regarding property on
loaded aboard the Guppy Fridayat to Increase the night t cigarette! machine -
population in the county toward 196 per cent In the Merritt Island
Heritage Dike and State
An estimated 5,000 workers Downey Calif., and was to arrive dully cost t of lunches for stu- at Bellon Pontiac wn broken North Brevird-i shirt that area and $,7 per el'nllnlh. Cape Hold
stayed. off the job this morning at Cape Kennedy late Saturday Into and an undetermined amount li Indicated
dents One more greatly by per Canaveral area .05.Pul1Ue
work VAB slated to Seriously stolen.Pep .
stopping on was' .
cannel new to the county In ,aniwer la I'question It the Hiailngi on a special
be the world'i largest building, Also on the agenda I I. a diicusslun .
The command module, another 0 Gas Station at the cor-
The also shows that use premlt requeit r. H,
the by
survey except employees)) were new to
plus work on many other In- U tf' the.. agreement between of U. S. and Rt 90
of the 1
part Apollo spacecraft, ner wai
Ludwig to ,
for AlA to the
Hurt In Unusual route leading county where would they live, operate a beauty shop
stallations. to be loaded aboard Air Force the School Board and broken Into. No stolen
an was
south gale of MILA It appears 40 per rent said In the ...m.pllll.e in Mi home bn Holiday Lane, retuning -
Picket lines were thrown at County Commission in relation but merchandise valued
up C-133 today at Long Beach Calif at 1100
that present roads, plus the new they, now live 3* per, cent requut by Margaret
all entrance to MILA and the It la to arrive at Cape Kennedy to use of facilities for recreational was taken Including popup .
Three Car CrashA NASA Causeway! will be adequate would live In. different place fichiirnittln property on Park
Cape Tuesday toaster and an empty cash
purpose register
to handle the Capo! Ken and.13 per tent made no com Avenue, moiling request by At-

nt'dy.M1LA traffic load through meet lantlc
Clan Co. for property on

Barney Fife and John Eads Play Same Part As. spectacular, which occurcd three-car about 10 collision ;49p Late* threw Saturday a rock unknown through*uhjert a- fiscal year loop, Thin comparing their would Hopkins Ave.Talmadge ;

,m. Saturday a mile south of window at Jean's Jewelry and Taken in March the survey of location per centagei will report that be

Rt SO on U. S. 1. sent five persona Gift at\ Big Apple Shopplag, Cen- was mad among 1,450 employeeswith be 28.3 per rent In Tltusvllle tea hi' been able to purchase $4,100

to Jew Pirrlsh Memorial 1,309 or about 00 percent. per rent on Merrltt( Island area, in outstanding. 1941) refunding "
Deputy Sheriff completed and returned, 13 percent In Coco Ol'ach.PAFB
Top Hospital. bond. He: will also recoin t.
It Indicate that 26 T cent area and 11.3 per rent In are
Only one of the five was seriously YMCA Drive per mend the one of $' 3.00 available -
Injured, however and she now live In the Cocoa Beach- between Titimvllle and Bennett fir calling additional bond,
Bill Lytrly) ner of speaking, to his hometown the resemblance end at Causeway
(By lay I Is. In satisfactory condition at PAFB area, 19/ per cent In the with" drawing by lot to determine -

Dy everyone know Barney of Mt. Airy and the events that. We're lure Chief Deputy Jesa Parrlnh suffering from laceration Report TonightA Titusville area, 13.5 per cent In In hi. remarks covering the the bond to be purchased. v
mow and the Ead wa a efficient lawman the Mrrritt Island and 101 C. R, who
Fife the buffoon who I I. chief people are people he very about the head and a area survey, Billing, wa Request by Joseph E. Nlchol
of Sheriff Andy Taylorof knew i! a boy Mayberry la !in and did not on any occasion shoulder Injury complete report will be per cent In the Cap Canaveral In charge of the survey, aid that Jr, for toning approval for sale
deputy reality, Mt Airy, and Mount lock himself in the county jailor area wltb the remainder spread people would move Noi'th North- of ,
According to Florid Highway mad the successful Sustaining Intoxicating liquor cotuumpbon -
Mayberry Pilot mentioned in the show occasionally release priaioner by mistake out through the rest of the writ from Melbourne, Ell Gallle,
Patrolman Joe Baker the accident Membership Drive at a on the premise for Nlchol -
do know
For those who not ii the well known a* I I. apt to happen to Barney county Indlalanllc./ Melbourne Beach
Fife i Is actor Don Kiiotts occured when Richard Har meeting of the board of the North In to the Due, foinwrly Peirl'i Bar
Barney Pilot Mountain of Surry County Fife on TV answer > question noel all beach area as Itt north
I I. vey Blcakley, 33, of Titusville, Brevard Branch of the WMCA, Report on bide for extension if
and Sheriff Andy Taylor Although: Johns Kids b every We venture to John Edit their Job move to MILA would i> Port Canaveral and into areas
guess was traveling north on the new to be held at 8 tonight, at CHI- water lines, lift itatlon and fore
Andy Griffith and the two bit ai loveable a* Deputy Barney never misses "The Andy Griffith they move their home 21 percent of Rokleda' Cocoa, Merritt Island -
section of U.8. 1 at a high rate rent Bank main to four autxilvlilona
the very popular "Andy Fife, we must be quick to Show" on Monday evenings. said yet and 79/ per cent taut and Tltunvllle. Th only'
Griffith Show" on Monday night of speed when his new 1064 Ford Board Chairman Deli Mcln- lone unchanged would he area north nf the Arthur Dunn Airpark -

.- -- Mustang( hit the rear of I '62 tosh ask that all member attend no.Taking then answers Into consideration went of Breviril County, and also for asphalt cOiled

TV.At 1Mb point you're probably 1r Ford driven by Henry Conrad the percentages $., UVIY On P.|. 4 pipe and fittings for InstallationIn
Wahl of Titusville. The Wahl
car, a drainage! ditch at the rear
asking 'Vthat has this to do according to Deputy Sheriff Bun of Abbott: AvenueConsideratluln ,

with !the picture of Titusvllle' t Rodenbaufb who was a witnessto of proposed

loveable' Officer John Cads of the accident, lifted up off the parking plan l fur American Oil

tie Tltus\ill* Police Depirtment, highway and proceeded: across Station at corner of South sari
and how dots this tie in with a ditch to the right and across Park

Barney Fife or Andy! Griffith? the unopened lane of (J 8.1 and Subdivision plat for Fem

Prior to moving to Titusville, came to rest 354 feet from pointof
brick Subdnlilon.!
John Ei'l wan chief deputy forth impact The driver 11'11 un
Authority\ advertise for bid

high sheriff of Surry hurt.After fur a half t-jn panel) truck for us* t
County, North Carolina Co. the Impact with the Ford by the File Department '
seat 'wa' Do"'ott. but the I
ucity the Mustang went into skid turnI -

high sheriff lived In Mt. Airy ed completely' around and the I 'a'- .,

the larrgtt! city In Surly County : hr rear of the auto truck the frontof Galor AlumniTo
Chief: Prpu'y' Eids, however e i s v a southbound 1K2 Rambler

I\\t<\ In Dobson and was chief 1BI feet further north on the r

aJmmMratnr for the sheriff. Highway.Driving. N n,, drf 1r'f Meet Tues.

No* to {tl ie all thii in together. the Rambler was Jack s

Andy Gilff.h was born and ..w Hill of Jacksonville, and Mra
Nirfi Brev,rd Alumni of the
In Surry 'near Hill sitting in the right front .w
raised ,
1'nl rl'T' rrf Fkirlda will
Chief Ead seat, war' thrown bead. first into : orgsixIff
Mt. A"'J Deputy w. r
a I a local :tub at a meeting let
knew Andy and his family well, the wlndnhirld Two daughter of
Moll Mrs, Scllma C Monk, 20, for 7 p m TitMdiy at Whimper-
the honor of
and seeing
and Windy" Ann Hill 2 years, I log Pith Country Club,
Griffith and make
his Andy fortune In grow tele\'ilon.tp: r 1st a1 :wen uninjured. Mr. Hill rrffereif RAY Wtn
rut and abrasion the Bre iH Cennty' Dub hat
7 Andy, with his thick Tarheel ,
Bleakley 11'11 taken to Psrrlnh called the] meeting for the pur-

drawl war Ideal for the part .f I Hospital by Smith Ambulant but TWO-THinDS OF WRECK These two 1964 Ford Mustang at left ran into backof pose of forming a local chapter

a hlcktown sheriff I h a JIOutbern.tale. released' later, He war charged cars represent two-thlrds of the automobiles Ford and careened into path of Ramblerat In stab ii'ea .. aa a forerunner t.

In portraying the 'part with unlawful speed In an ac-ct- invoUed! in a late Saturday night left -S-A Photo). local: chapter In three or more

Andy has gone back In a man J.hn 14, Orb I It Barney Fife deft accident ou U. S. south of Rt. 30. Ttw am tt Brivard.



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PeN 1 TItv.1e (.rl4.. ) ltar-AIIYNa" Monday, June I, 1964 I
Hospital !rr


Activity r

l' / With News And Notes Admissions and discharge: at Phew 2I7-39M with barbara cartoon
Jess Pfrrish Memorial Hospital:
o/ North Breroarddf
May :90 Our Girl Scout Day Camp under the guidance of Noel Lucas (by Flowers by Fran) centeredthe

Admissions: Wllhelmina My and Barbara Hubinger They will tables and later were award. I
ers, Linda Caudell, Daniel opened t today ,with 128 girl par
G G Greene, Nicholas) Mueller and ticipating, in the out.odIJoriIcoutlng learn many new songs from Mrs. ed as door prizes to Mrs. Mar.
6' H.ui
------ Gertrude Wallace of Titusville; program planned for all Edna Crittenden of Cocoa at the guerite Brown, Mrs. Llllie Mae
Henry Eddlns and Fannie John- this week. Alice Compsrato, day Sons' Unit, and study Mother Morton, Mrs Jonette McMillen

Florida Greeters Junior Women's ion of Mlms.Dlsharges camp director, Helen Durisn, as- Nature with Pat Gingrich on Mrs. Ruth McKinney and Mrs.

Newcomers Club Club In Initial : Carol Manes, slst/nt director and J.Kitty Swan- hke| t through the woods each Joan Wheeler.

Hears Home AgentThe ,rem l ? a Summer Leona Richardson, Wilson Straa- gap, business manager have been Highlights of the luncheon was
I baugh, Allen app, Peggy Martin preparing for ,the big event for day.Extra curricular activities Include a visit by Titusvlllc's qwn "Beat
Florida Greeters Newcomer
Esther consisting of Mrs. Barbara
Elizabeth Strickland, lea'
The Puivfu; Junior)) W several weeks now, a visit on Tuesday and
Club, at their recent lunch-
Lee and Laura Tallant of Titusville Brown, Mrs. Mary Storey, Mrs.
men' Club met for their first i' This instead of each leader Wednesday by Curtis Wilson,
con held at the Whispering Hill year
Mathew Amato of Indian Joanne Roberts and) Mrs. Mar-]
Brcvsrd Wild Life Reser-
Country Club, had a* their guest AiJt! 1 !orln'.IlTmer) ) meeting at t River City.Admissions. working In all phases of (be vat Ion Officer County, who will describeand one Freed. Beetle wigs and all,
the will visit
girls an
speaker! MlM Sue Young, Home home of) the fait j>resldeit, Mrs;? : Gail Berry, Ernest Arts program and Crafts Unit and lesrn to show color slides of the many this group delighted the audience
pemonstratipn Agent of the .
Bourquln, Mary Lee Wilson In Wilson'stalk with several pantomime renditions
Jaw/* Larks. [ Develop their creative ability birds found this area.
Florida Home and Agricultural l I Ir ,David WIJUIIII, Anthony/ will include song/ game end of the other "Beatles"Peggy .
SicU-nsJon! Service.Mln Mr*. James Luc, new prealydent
Ehret, f florls Barfield and Emma water birds and information on Robert
Young gave )a t talk concerning "- for the coning! year, well Murray of TitusvllU, Charlie Three From Area conservation.W. and Goad were
the cervices and many earned members and called oHMr Lowe, Des le Promise, Joyce On Dean's List F. Heuston of Cocoa will hosts at an "out.of-school" party

Activities.. of the Florida Home *. Sheldon Brawn, jnember- Hornsby, Beatrice Nicholson and talk to tho scouts on Thursday Friday evening at the home of
and ,Agrlcpllural.She) laid the ship chairman to IntroducH Verona Frank of Mims; Debra Dean' List for Poll second tri afternoon about wild plants and their! parents, Mr. and Mrs
extension service la In 1U 60th the following guests/ Mrs1; Surrency of Indian River City; /muter of the 1963-(4 school year .conservation.The Grnnville Goad, 213 Highland
year The extension service his Sally TauchetU, JMr*. JohriGalnes Beulah Rodreque of Cocoa. at Florida State University bas scouts are divided Into five The group went on a scavenger
organized groups, one of which I I. Mrs. Thomas Montgomery Discharges: Rosie Lee Thomas been announced. ToJ on the units each working on a chosen hunt, played numerous games
the 4-H Club. Every year a 4.1 K Mrs. Harold Patterson) Rosa Lee Jenkins, Viola Dean' List, students must have'' theme. Two units have an "In. and listened to records.

Club camp Is held for young ,1'w Mrs. Bruce J. Snyder, Mrs) Sharpe and baby daughter, Leland earned grade average of 3.0 or dian" theme, one a "Native" Later they enjoyed refreshments .
members. better In most divisions. theme, one a "Nature" theme of party sandwiches and
Lamar J. Carver, Mrs. Joe p. Vnlth\ Jr? of Titusvijle;
There are many adult groups Matheny, Mrs. Charles Mann. ': Isabella Kelly of Mimi; Darlene There were 27 students from and one "Health and Safety", cold drinks and "hod a ball'
which' Include instruction In ftilick, Paulino Green and James Brevard County on the list Including Other adults working will the making their own banana splits
home Improvement, family finances In accord with the new theme, Drury of Indian River City; Eculah the following from North youngsters Include eleven unit and ice cream sundo!!.. Attending
nutrition, sewing, and "Time for Believing, learning /) Rodreqivs of Cocoa. Brevard: Arthur Eric Johnson of leaders, a First Aider and Mrs. were Connie Goldsbury, Ellen
crafts. Thfl workshop for and Doing," each departmentgave June I Indian River City and Peggy Judy Guilder son, professional Webber, Natalie Hoffman, Nor.

many of these groups is locatedAt -- .. -- a resume of aim fur tba Admissions: MAry' Parrott, Jean Hartley and GU-nda Lea district adviser for the Citrus ma Clark Becky Cartec and

the Florida Home and ABOARD ARIADNE Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dpch,1301: new club year.Immediate > Vicki Williams, Mary Woody, Phillips of Titusville. Council.On Greg Valdyke.
Agricultural Extension/ office at South Washington Ave. are shown Aboard the intimateand plan were made Jrm Oettcmither, J Karen Dug- Friday from 12:30: to 2:30: ,
W. King In Cocoa.Mn. by Mr*. Paul Wilkinson, Chair. Indian River City; Lloyd Wright parents of the Scouts are Invitedto Eula and Harry Miley and daughters .
1123 charming luxury liner Ariadne, embarking) at Miami, gln/ Alvin' Eichen and Rebecca .
attend special Tla and Charlotte left today
man of Youth Conservation for of Melbourne. a program ,
Florence Meeki, owner for cruise to San Juan Puerto St. Hobden of Titusville Margaret
a 7-day Rico and Tho- ; which will Include cool
presentation to spend a and delight.
of Florida Greeting the summer reading program beinnn June
and founder Hall of Mlms Patricia Melton of 4
mas, Virgin Islands. They enjoyed the well-routed/ "Fun"program ; awards and
closing camp ful aummcr in Brandon, Vcr-
Service, was present at the May ( | on the first Monday in Indian River Admissions McGann
aboard ship, nightclub entertainment. the ahip'sdance City. : Mary lire mcnt. Tla will be senior counselor
luncheon. orchestra, swimming in the modern pool and sun July continuing once aweek Discharges: Harmon Russell, Mary Wingfield, Elaine Scan- at Tamarack Notch Girl's

The birthday floral arrangement bathing on deck. In port, there was a day and a night to month throughout the entire William Daniels, Mary Parrott, drctt, Barbers Herndon Marlon Several local fT A groups Camp her home away from
donated by Mrs. Fran see the sights in Puerto Rico and to visit famed clubs, and David Williams and Linda Hourdclas Bomar and Sanders poll) of TI. honored tliujr school teachers home It seems. Tia attended the

Fartelow of Flowers by Fran, A day in the Virgin Islands to explore the beautiful trop- Mrs. William Bollinger, re' of TIt lvIUe; Marvin )Rowe tusviljf) ; Camden Bare, William last Thursday and Friday with) a camp each summer for the past
was presented to Mrs. Laura ical island and to shop for duty-free imports from Europe. portion for community affairs, and Henry Edalns of Mims. ft CrigRi: and Al x Pierce of Mims; special luncheon to show their seven years. Charlotte will at.

, Claudia. stated that activities: for the summer June 2 | Anette Woitz, Charles Sullivan, appreciation for the fine Job done tend summer) school at Mount St.
.i The new members introduced will beto assist the Rehabilitation Admlsftionn: Louise Greco, Ellen Dickson, Frank Wise and this past school year. Joseph in Rutland, Vermont

were: Mr, ,. Don DOOM, Mrs Center with an arts Glendu Sontegard, John Cooper, Dai la Davis of Indian River Titusville High P T S.A. served Teas, the Milcy'i third daughter .
Dotty Garner, and Mrs. DaursClaudia. apd crafts program every Monday Josephine Wood, Ramona Robbins City; David; Gatcbtl| of Cocoa; their delicious lunch In tho will move to Cocoa Beach

Guests and Newcomers Wednesday, ,and Friday for Joyce Allison of Titusville; Maurice Puggan of New Smy school( cafeteria Friday which for the summer to enjoy the
present were Mri. Maebell on ,eight week period, starting Erajuana Griffith, Wlllsm Ad- rna Beach; Charles Miller of we might say, turned out to be beach and) be close to her job at
Slip, Mrs. Gloria Pasternack, June' 29th. kins, Antonctte Jowers of Mims; Orlando; Earl Hntt way of Port perfect time. It was pouring out. Cape Kennedy,
Mr*. Helen Hermanson, Mrs. Margaret Martum: and Shirley :Sajarno.Discharges) side and the heaps of fried chicken
Agnes Croft, and Mrs Grey Refreshments of punch and White of Indian River City; Mat- : Gail Berry and and homemade cakes disappeared .
Rawls. canapes were served by: Mrs. tie Lee Williams of Merritt Is- baby, Daniel Green, Jimmie fast.Parkway WATCH. A FORCOMING
A la I Jack Larks, .Ire. James Luce, lord ) Junior High teachers
family picnic planned Carboni, Jrma Oesterrelcher,
Mrs. C. A. Terhune, Mrs. Mark Discharges/ : Fannie Johnpn, were surprised to find two big
during the month of June. Those Josie Knight/ Jan Laraway,
InterovUd In attending contact Goodkind, Mrs. William Clark, Agnes Newton, Mary Lee Wilson Mildred Caruthers, Nicholas tables of food waiting for themIn

Mrs. John Keefer ((267-7339)). All Mrs. Jule Schmidt, Mrs. Sheldon Wijhelmlna Myers and MuelJUT/ \ fit Titusville; Charlie the school cafetorium Friday r
newcomers member and friend I Brown, Mrs. Farle E. Snyder, baby, ,Queen Walker, Anlliorty J.owe, Verona Franks and baby, Officers of the P-TA served as r ..
hosts for the luncheon.
in the community are welcome. l ,t1 I Mis. Donald Simon Ehret, Patricia Firtlon, Alvin Antonette Jowers, William Ad-
I a The July meeting will be held Whispering Hills teachers were
Lichen 9t Titusville; Willie kiss of Mimi; Patricia Melton,
feted with a luncheon at the
at the home of Mrs. Mark Good-' '
Owom, Beatrice Nicholson, Bertha Bernard Coveney, Debra Surrency -
Pink Lady Schedule I I -t kind. Torch Club Thursday with officers
Whltakor nnd Joyce
Hornsby of Indian River City; Estelle of the P.TA serving as
The Pink Lady schedule at OFFICERS INSTALLED New offlcirj of the Titusville\ of ,Mims. Edge of Cocoa; Joyce Quails of hostesses for the occasion. Five
Jm Parrlsh Memorial'' Hospital, Chapter National Secretaries Association were installed Riverview Extends June 1 Sharprs. beautiful, floral arrangements SOON

June 8.13, Is as follows: recently at a dinner meeting at the Chanticleer Inn Installed KindergartenRegistration Admission: Hugh Mallory,
Monday, June 8 i. Afternoon: were: left to right, Kathy Ray corresponding aea Jimmie Carboni), Steven Ford, ,\ '1I''i\ ,\\\ "

D. Willis, D. Watts, J. Meeker; retary; Gayle DeRose, vice-president; Kitty Chase, president Jack Walker, Aliens Henderson, \ ,I' "It''I' ;L:

evening: J, Phelps, R. Williams, Not pictured were Martha Russell, recording sec- Due to number of Joyce Narrow, Wilma Starling, '' '' ," ,\Itltyu\ \ \\
M. Finley. retary and Mary Dillion, treasurer At far right is Joy a parents Helen Jones Charles Locklln. > 1'
Tuesday, June 0 Morning: Thrasher of Cocoa Beach, past division treasurer who being children to register their, Douglas Fronts of Titusville; ,
for the
installed the officers. S-A Photo Riverview kindergarten diaries Herring David Bum-
F. Young, L. Pettit, F. Tuten; -( ) program, registration 1't
balough, Joe Shinpaugh, Bern
afternoon: C. Thompson, M. has been extended until Juno ard of Indian River
Kraus; evening : C. Williams, J. 19th. Ccvcney
Archer: C. McKenzie. perdonald City.
The six week will Discharges: Linda Cuudcll and
Wednesday, June 10 Morn. e program
Jng: K. Bamforth, Estrada, M. run from June 22.July 31, with'' baby, pave Johnson, Joyce Alli II I
.'Willis; afternoon; V. Cass L. Rev. Chas. Bates will attendthe classes daily a a.m. to 12 noon, son Ernest Bourqum, Ida Cobb t' il I

Browning; evening; P. Wilson, nnnual season of the Presbyterian Monday through Friday. Elizabeth McLoughlin. Mary L _'
synod of Florida, which Woody, Gertrude Wallace, Billie -
'T Wilson, J, Wilson. ___
Thursday, June 11 Morning: opens today at Daytona Beach Activities are organized ao *ito M. Smith, Karen Duggan, ___
and extends through Wednesday. provide a complete readiness Emma Murray and baby ot Ti
S Puckott, P. Short, J. Tolls;
program reading, arithmetic tusville; Margaret Hall and
evening: Webster, J. Gooden.
Friday, June 12 Morning: Mrs. Helen Kyzer and mother, emotional and social. Wayne Ballmgton of Mims;
.__I. -Ocslerrclcher; afternoon: M. Mrs Gnu Sroble Sr. and Mrs is well as to develop creativity Mary K. Vopclak and baby of

Salter, W. Whalen; evening: J. New Arrivals Jessie Peppers left Thursday for a

Hughes, J. Moore, B. Hinds, via the Stork Clayton, Ga They plan to leave IIII,
"' there In about ten days on a
Saturday, June 13 Morning: O
D. Jean; afternoon: S. Roller, N. Recent birth at Jess Parrish tour of western states, and will ,'
nli Ner Ie wm, i i iP
Shields; evening; L. Rash, N. Memorial Hospital: return to Clayton before coming iir II1P111 Ial ? 1
home. They will bo away about
might 30
eight Wicks.ounces. .
A daughter, Carolyn Wilhel- TUESDAY
Jaycee Wives Will ----- ------- --
inlna born to Mr. and .
Mvers, I
Discuss ProjectsThe Mrs. Ceorgo B. Myers, Titus June 2 YARD GOODS SPECIAL

Jaycee Wives will hold vllle, weight seven pounds, 11 A son, Frank Grant, born to
their JUDe meeting Tuesday ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Griffith CLEAN-UP SALE Ili ll '' t

night at the Friendship Room at IV, Mims, weight secvn pounds,
A son, Carl I David Caudell Jr.,
First Federal Savings ft Loan one ounce. WE HAVE GONE THROUGH OUR YARD GOODS l '
born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. JIP r III' k '1 "d dI
at 8:00: o'clock. June 4 DEPARTMENT !
Building Caudell, Titusville, weight seven AND PICKED OUT A GOOD SELECTION
An active! business Is A daughter, Amy Laura, bornto
meeting pounds, 12 ounces OF FABRICS AND.PATTERNS TO BE CLOSED I s'I iduih
,plunned wjth discussion on new Mr and Mrs. Jefferson D. OUTI t
projects 'for the coming month A daughter, Corla Deneene, Wlngfleld, Titusville, weight 10 h
born to Mr. and Mrs. James J.
All wl/es of Jaycee are invited pounds, six ounces.A Dress ,i
|to attend. Murrey, Titusville, weight seven son, Michael Dennis, bornto ,

Anyone desiring information, pounds, 11 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Neil II. Me- "

may call Mrs. James Lovan, May .31 Goon, Tituaville weight eight : p., ds
AM 7-1000. A son, Henry Brown Johnson pounds.A Fabrics
" Jr., born to Mr. and Mrs. Ilendy son, born to Mr. and Mrs. I
'{Itvlvlll. (Florida) StirAdvocatePublUlud B. Johnson Sr., Mimi, weight Walter E. Davis, Indian River

' x.t.bll.h.d rsae four pounds 10 ounces City, weight seven pounds,

A daughter, Tammy Chrlcket, one ounce.Genii I
born to Mr. and Mrs. WilliamL. 23cYD.
Wednmdtyl m.t.yi. .........
By Tltuivlll alai.Advurat. .. .
Berry, Titusville, weight '.
Ino. .
At Tb.Building UUr-AdvoctU seven pounds, 11 ounces. ,.'n' eara.rro '". ADD A PHONE..ADD A LOT TO LIVING

S9 Main., UMtTltuivlll. ria. June 1 I( rml ekd-! 'US VALUES TO 98C YARD

auras: A ion Leslie Allen, born to ",.. .wia5n',.,. Htlp Younelf to a Wonderful Join the Stepaaven. Happy families, these. They believe. phones are

Refer Mal.: :H.:IliuUoa". P.Hudson Hud.oa, a.eyTrna, Pre.. ';P. Mr Mimi, and, weight Mrs. Hilburn six pounds Frank, five. ...'n. ....... Array Aiitrtment of Beautiful Includes Material Miracle for reaching, not for running. So they have phones in the likeliest places

a.aai. cla.a ....ta.. pill" al TIIUa.'viii. Fabrics, Stripes, $ lldi. ,,1 ere families gather, relax or work most Kitchen. Bedroom. Florida

.. Florlde.. e Print end Sheer*-Real room. Workshop. Let colorful extension phones subtract steps, add

"aU..1' 11:011'.1 MsMeaalFl.rlds :...:.. A..I.I.AI.&I.. Sivlngt BUY TUESDAYV when yen pleasure in your life. Call your Telephone Company, Business Office

H.nry aobel H.H.Hudson Hudson Fubllihtr Y.dllnr Why line Why age? Why vanish wrinkles for threeor ,, ONLY for details.

David O.Dunn Ly.rly Adv.rtld.e, Clraul.""Apr.Wllllnln Mir.. even 8 hours? Wipe them away twenty-four hours Southern'i\Bol

*Ub.OrlptlO. Rata a day. Correct them DONT HIDE them. Let a VALUE
Br C rrt.r la Kortk Brawrd "GENII" work before your eyes. A Jean Graham IIIi4? i>11. fataa4
'I Tr. $tae f Mo. HOP $ Mo sass Product. Yardm.
eF Mason Flo.lda.Yr. t
N3o 110. eLse n I 110. a.OfOut.atd INDIAN RIVER RIXALL DRUGS ExercIse your '

Yr. rio .Ma.4oe.aa..n.M;""FlFlorida INDIAN RIVER PLAZA BIG APPLE PLAZA HOURS Sa right as a citizen*. be sure to register and vote this year



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June I, "U Tltvtvlll (FlorM. ) Star-AVsat* Pep 3 2 Car Families Set
Darden On

Now Record, Says AA

Nearly nine million familiesnow
Tampa own two or mare cars, the

Amercan Automobile Association

Short Course rcpoits

"This moans that 19.8 per centof

7 t ell (families are now in the
ra Wondrnw J. Dai'den, Titus-
mull I. ," laid William
school cur category
vllle, Brevard County
B. Wellons, Director of
superintendent, will participate
Traffic and Safety for the East
lit a discussion group on Florida'1school
4 ? Florida Division "The numberof
needs at the 28th Annual
such households has more
Short Course in Parent.Teacher
tho of than doubled In nine yean.
Leadership :at University
South Florida, June 9.12. "Tie! growth In multiple-car:

conductedby ownership Is a reflection of the
The conference Is
Increased number of families living .
the Florida Institute for Continuing
University Studies and In the suburbs. Forecast
( a that this trend to suburban living
Is sponsored by the Florida Congress
will continue to rise In the
:; of Patents and Teachers.
It for PTA yean ahead to the conclusionthat
--- --..- REGISTRATION UNDERWAY Registration Thomas Alman, left, and Mrs. Kenneth members an to opportunity develop of multiple car owershlp will
SELECTING BOOKS Members of the ing through the books are, left to right: got underway this morning at the Kindsvater. Judson Hook is signing/ the working together to Insure quality show a corresponding gain.

Indian River City Woman's Club met with Mrs. Gloria Jones, Mrs. Margaret Ken Indian River City Library for the summer register, while waiting their turn are Russ instruction in Florida's "Such Increased car owner

Mrs. Nancy Hooks, librarian, recently to nedy, Mrs. Barbara Nunnally and Mrs. program of education and fun. Regis- Jones, Brian Huffman and Greg Jones schools ship and use in suburbia under

select and screen books for the summer Hooks. tration is under the supervision of Mrs. with others waiting outside scores tho need for going ahead
Friday, June 12, will be devoted
educational program at the library. Go- with metropolitan freeway plan
to of
a joint meeting
Cub Scout Park will furnish all volions by Mrs. Thomas Jack proud grandparents. at all the possible speed."

Indian River South Titusville Happenings!. the cold soft drinks and charcoal inn, entitled "Prayer" Members Florida Teachers Congress, Dipaitment of Parents of County and

for grilling hamburgers or bole, From Arkansas
were reminded of the Vacation Superintendents of the Florida such educational
dogs or even steaks. concerns a*
Visitors nt the home of Mr.
Bible School to be held August Education| Association, and
The Planning Committee announced and Mrs Bob Secfluth of 342: parents and family life, educational
the Florida Sthool Board Also-
Summer Library Program Opens that the July Park 10) IS The program was conducted television, Juvenile protection
I'rltchard Ave., are Bob's parents elation
Meeting will be a family overnight by Mrs. C. J. Heckle- and mental health. Other
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. See- Dr Donald E. Davis, professorof
/ camp-out. Last year the Youth WOI k. The
mover on Arkansas sessions will be devoted to
fluth from
Fordyco, ;
r All the young folks of this city, Bear will teach the children a course of these programs\ family overnight eampout was meeting coined with a prayer his sister, Mrs Ray Wagner and education at the University of practical Instruction In such organizational
Alexander In tho Minnesota the
held at Springs will deliver
out of school for the summer, most Important lesson Safety In Registration hat been brisk today and was followed by a covered chlldern Robert and Carol. This matters ai budgets,
have a new program at their all phases, stressing fire.safety and with two more days to Orala National Forest and more dish luncheon. was the first time these vlsitois principal address of the courseat bylaws, parliamentary procedure

disposal thank. to three Depart. in forests and in the home. register, the young people will than 60 attended.Cub Scouts The and time their and parents tho Attending were: Mrs. W W.Jiiims had set foot In the State of Flo an evening assembly on June and PTA policies.

ments of the Indian River City The 6,8 year group of children! have ample time to register and
out will Sr., Mrs C. J. Heckle ride They see. enjoying their 10.Mr.
place of this year's -
Woman'. Club. will participate In an Art Con participate in this program. All amp .. Myron Bite, Tallahassee, ENVELOPES Business _
the Slses"
be announced later. It the Inter nioair, Suzanne Harper, Fay visit and sightseeing -
These Education test They will draw their own of Indian River president of the Florida Congressof Also
departments are: the young people est in the .out Increases In Morr'field'! Carol Ahmle, Shirley Kraft Envelopes with clasp
Department, of which Mrs. interpretation of the stories which City and South Titusville are Invited amp Parents and teachers, and for mailing. Full stock at Star-
to the interest in the Cain, Barbara Cromwell, In Hospital
Ralph C. (Gloria) Jones Is have been read to them. There by the Woman's Club to proportion Dr C Lee Eggort, professor of Advocate.
chairman, the Fine Arts Depart. will be a wide selection of class register now and have lots of fun Pack meetings, it is expectedthat Kay Balr, Wilma Spade, Mary Millard Finch of W Coquina education at the University of

ment of which Mrs. Joseph Drape es for pictures to be entered, re during the holidays more than 100 persons will BOSKS, Marty Perry, Wannle Ave., son of our pioneer citizens, Florida, will be featured m the
attend.At Jackson, Lois Sam, Glcnda John la In Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital .
er (Margaret) Kennedy Is chair suiting In many prizes being opening session of the shotcourse I
man, and the Conversation given. Registration commenced Cub Scout Mows the conclusion of this committee son, Betty Baird, Norma Oghurn, where ho underwent surgery with a conversation on

Department of which Mrs. JamesW. today at the Indian River City The monthly meeting of Cub meeting, refreshments of Mrs. S W. Bridges, Ellse last week. Latest report "The Many Faros of PTA." aSK us
cold drinks, coffee and rookies Shields, Sybil Hamilton, Char Is that tho '
(Nancy) Huoks is chairman. Library and will continue through Scout No. 310 Committee was operation was quite Mont of the course will be
Mrs. Randolph (Barbara) Nun. June 9th and 10th. held last Thursday evening at were Barrett.served by Mrs. Richard lotte Boonc, Elizabeth Holmes, successful and he is doing fine devoted to small classes on"a HOW.O

nally Is President of the Indian Registration will bo open during the home of Cubmaster Rick Nancy Hook, Betty Wheelerand wide variety of topics Includingthe

River City Woman's Club and is the official working hours of Barrett, 313 Detespine Avenue. In HospitalOur Estellj Futch.Newcomers, Parking Space I

taking an active part In this pro. the Library each day. No fee Is Members In attendance were Mr. neighbor, Joe ShlnpauRh Dear Editor: months and years ahead. IIIIhlS t

gram. payable for children, but the con and Mrs. Rick Barrett, Mrs. Connie of 344 Pritchard Avenue, suffered I have been hearing rumon Many of our friends from other

These three Departments of verse Is rather the case, because Vance, Mrs Helen Hopkins, another heart attack some daysago Mr. and Mrs. J. S Dalton and that the county may buy some Brevuid communities who have IIIIUS 1i0

the Woman's Club have pooled Smokey the Bear will be on handto Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mills Bob / and Is back In Jess Parrish children, Connie 4, and Joey, 0, of the vacant property across business at the county buildings

their talents into presenting an present. gifts to the tagistrants '. Webber and George Wocrner. Memorial Hospital. Joe had a are newcomers to our city They Palmetto St. south of the courthouse even now have to search tor car '
Interesting educational and fun Reports> of the committees were session there some months and for additional 8915
ago came here from Jacksonville, new jail space, The problem will become
for the folks at The age groups In which reg. read and it was stated that the 3 .
young his
and has been convalescing at and live at 340 Pritchard Ave. parking space I think this worse in the future.I'd .
the Indian River City Public istrants fall must number acv Pack Is solvent. home. Our Information Is that ho
would be wise in fact 1
Mr. Ballon is employed at the a move; like to the
see county commissioners
Library. These chairmen and eral hundred in this area and theWoman's In the last three months the Is doing as well as can be expected Cape us an electrician for Flesch- think that acquisition of adds art 'now to obtain ifflomallc
their President have
been work. their
Club through\ three beneficiaries of the Indian buck and Moore His hobby Is tional parking space Is Impera
the entire city block lying just
log, along with Mrs. Jackie Merriam Chairmen and members will do .
River City News have each benefited
Librarian, and Mrs. Hazel their best to outdo last year'sexcellent to the extent of more than Garden Club fishing, while Mri. Batton'i recreation tive. south! of the court house block. / gas .
Is bowling, with two Streets adjacent to the county The remaining there
Ashley, President of the Library As part of the ,
program.\ $130: .00 each Members of the In Its current 1963.1904 year,
Association, In selecting the interesting program offered our newly earned trophies won in court house are already more are all old and all of frame con WHIP
Scout Committee were again urge the IRC Garden Club will hold
many stories the children will youngest citizens, after stories In Jacksonville tournaments just before than crowded with cars of em- struction. Getting this propertynow
ed to send the
enjoy. There will be stories on have been read to them, they will news. Its lust meeting of the year next they came here ployo and those who have will be much less expensivethan Matti'I

their favorite animals, flower be entertained with animated The Awards ,Committee announced Wednesday; June 10th at the business there We all know if the county waits unlit

trips and a host of other favor. Cartoon programs of their many that the awards earned Civic Center. The meeting will Marine Visitors that the parking situation will later, ,I

sties, and to cap Smokey the woodland friends Walt Disney Is during the past month wouldbe be preceded by a covered-dish U. S. Marine Corps Corporal get worso rather than bettor In Tax Payer I Republic

Bear, their old friend of last the creator of many of the film presented at the June Park luncheon. and Mrs Bill Bronga and their ------- --------- --- ___ Model W>>RXS

year, will again be present at the that will be exhibited to the young/ Meeting Awards to be presentedare Installation of the newly elect Infant daughter, Kim, months 30 Gallon Capacity'
Library this the : Richard Woerner Lion ed officers for the W41905( BREVARD
year Smokey the people at the Library during old JUNIOR COLLEGE
hav arrived from Camp Le Glass Lined
-- -- -- ------- --------- ---------- i Badge; Larry Vance Silver arrow Year will take place at this time.
I Jcune, North Carolina leave
1 point and Lion Book; Gary This Club Is the oldest exist announces) / Insulated

ISTABUSHro W4 21 East Main St. Hopkins Webelo patch and two ing Club In IRC, having been Carol Bronga Is the daughter ,IDYearWarrantyDELIVERED
silver arrow points Kenny Mc. of Mr and Mrs Ed Major of Registration For Summer Session 1964
I Badcock'' Tltuavlll ; formed In or about 1947 and has ,
Pritchard Ave. Bill and Carol
Cn Ulster Year pin and Silver
JJ 287-5412 been active ever since.
, arrow points.Cubmaster. are Tltusvlllj High graduates, JUNE 10.11

Barrett announcedthat Class of '81 and plan on doing a 9:00: a. m, to 8130 p. m.
Birthday Party
Genuine Redwood lot of visiting while here. Bill
the theme of the June Pack of COLLEGE CAMPUS, COCOA 'iatkl ;
Friends of Mrs. Mary Hoggs 'Jte
PICNIC TABLE SET End1.nh.a will leave hero on the 24th of h
would be "Cub Scout
2" Stock St.lntd Fr.B Olympics"meeting This meeting wl'l' he :13 W. Coquina Ave., converted Juno and, while he Is on a 2. CLASSES BEGIN . ,JUNE IS I
on the home of Mrs. Irene months cruise
his wife
and i
held on Sunday, June 28th at the
End ISnslioff, Coquina Ave., where
baby plan on staying with the
Brevard County Recreational
Btnch r thiy honored Mary with a birth'' ---- .. ----- -- I eI
BtlowBojdU Area at Fox Lake. The meeting
day party celebrating her 83rdbiithday. 1Ci
SLf1 will commence at 2:00: p.m. In
Mrs. Lucy Fernbndez -
keeping with the theme of the
and Mrs. Boshoff served
month, the boys will compete in
various and sundry games of as hostesses and Mary Bogg,

skill and physical prowess. an alert and spry lady, who Is

5 Pc SET.Ind.dn Among the games to be playedand an active member of the local

i races to be run will be: Methodist Church, a memberof

2 END IENCHES ei.ab e! End Lnhae00id e, lenhas Softball, Shot-put, one foot hop- the Fire Department Auxiliary

taEEl peroo, Barefoot marble relay, and help in the many workshops 24L;) r

$2488I Running broad Jump, Crab race, various clubs have held

Tug of-War, Sock race. for SunUnd Training Center, f ,

It Is hoped that during this was the guest of honor. >

I outing, many of the scouts can Present at this party were: o

*E i quality on their swimming and Mrs. Eva Lee Bobo, Mrs. SutiBoygi ;40

: broad-Jumping requirements. Mrs. Barbara Rhinehartand (4f4)Will tR.

i For this outing and meeting, theMOVING Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Gen
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Instead of a traditional biith a low cost

SOMETHING ? day cake, the hostesses served
Surinam Cherry Pie and Cream

puffs, coffee and Iced tea. It PERSONALLOAN

may be mentioned that the ,
Surinam cherries for this pie

were home grown by Mrs. Lucy

Fernandet In her backyard at and

KHINKRENTAL 413 W, Coquina Ave. Lucy her help balance CONNECTEDSuburban

elf Is a young woman of 71 and

likes her garden toI =
family budget?
The table around which all your

(hew fiicnds sat was decoratedwith

white spider Illlvs, daylllies Our financial, experts have learned that most families will

TRUCK and jliMoto lilies grouped borrow $50,000 or more during their lifetime. This Includes \, Propane I

around Dresden china figurine ) borrowing for homes, cars, TV sets, appliances and college

tQ T* The Mrs educations. Q If this Is true, getting the help, of a Full GAS SERVICE
List Memorial Day weekend, Service Bank could save you plenty Where you borrow your

.w Mr. and Mrs. Larry Simms of money and how much you pay for It Is now more Importantthan WITH FREE

Abbott Ave.. and their daughter, ever, Q Whatever your needs, you'll receive prompt, courteous attention SUBURBANPROPANE

Pam, drove south to the Florida and the advantage of low bank rates. Money from a personal loan gives

Keys and visited Vac Key. you Immediate cash. Q One of the many services at our Full Service Bank
Your.g Tam had just gradual OAS SERVICE
ed from the SfihrUt Kindergarten INSTALLATION

II IN 'It' One It's M low easy cost t. "wren nt Kilty I"ferythillt Truck. 4 er her and a/her holiday;parents, so the had three promise of TA* Filatd ij "Bonk needed

r even, insurant You'll find/ them went down to the Keyl Call for details

II CARTRUCKRENTALS I ust what you peed for elll use for a weekend: of fun.

ob.Don't. W.8.C.S. General MootingThe 4; CITIZENS BANK @) SUBURBANPROPANE

: welt another .of in.
/ general meeting of the
vtitigoU end NEXT TIME GET
A KING Women Society of Christian
rk.ne JA J.7JZ5 It Cost S. UttU.PHONE Service of the IRC Methodist TitwilU's Oldest end Largest Flnenclel/ IniritvtienMombor ,
2019 U. S. No. I N.
Church was held la.t Tuesday ,

1 at the Church with Mrs. Jack Pboa.267..11Monday

I Wheeler, president. ". D. I. C.

COLLECT 1FT. LAUDERDALE-JA 3.7321 The meeting opened with de-

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Editorials Letters From Our ': Readers Girl Scouts, Parents Enjoy 'Dinner 1

A Velct T. Be HMid Negroes ". have said their socialism strikes an all time high By Mrs. Gladys McUndwiTreoti ton, Marty Sweet, Rita Sullivan joined Jiands in a circle and ,'sang"laps"

Editor: peat\ desire, Jet's face It, is to 44nix f pure balderdash. N.. *+22 Has Dinnertime Susan Kornegie Rebecca .
This is one of the voices in an. the white face and the black The Negro has certain unaiien- the
Those winning
Bible OutlawedFlorida's fire Station decraUve Laughlin.
Reading jwer to ,the letter written in raoe. They want blood *.. '', stab righti. Presumably the was a gypsy badge" were. Judy Burke CeI! *.... .1rthU

Friday'! (May 29)) Star Advoeau. simlUUon" toot ....llIuaiaO Q) Constitution\ protects itbese rightsdardttpeopk And impressive scene Sandra Myers, Cathy Jledgate, Janice XcLendan celebrated

law requiring Bible reading in the public! iitlert "Let jae 'Voices Be "It?'intermarriage.iJJo> you ihv but state" Jaws Thursday June rfUi, .I' Girl Scout Rita {Sullivan, Karen Kimble .her J>th .birthday Saturday, .June
*Z2 And
,He.wd," by Mr. :Ed Stevenson; proof at ,these statements for ,.J I hall ave Jkwwd the way to circumWtit : TMWP parents CII.elldI Becky Henry, Susan Kornegie! 11th ,with tr.iend..and ,relatives.The .
.schools was ruled unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme baked ham dinner.
therefore, .t is actually an open ,to JweT .Constitutional i reality be- Nancy Narrow, Linda Narrow, children played everal
.Court 4n a ruling handed down Monday, June 1st. Jotter ,to Mr Stevenson: It M11s"were so, why: jut other ulnaegbe: ,Cttmtitutian is unentaxable. The program opened with Regina Beverly Williams And Becky gamer and then Joined Janice *s

The high tribunal thus reversed a Florida Supreme At the outset, I wish to state nations ,with mixed .J'tlpulaUona Pritohard leading in the Layton The "collector badge"was Idle opened Jeer. lovely gifts.

that I after ,wading your editorial not laced ..with ,this problem TTogu Girl Scout prayer, following presented to Karen Kimble Angel.food cake, ice .cream .and
Court decision that had twice upheld both Bible reading The present civil rights Jeglsjation which 10 small and three large served to Janice's
jkttw, 1.was impawned by your ? JtygerJaT. Ghana? Somalia? and Beverly Williams. "Book punch were
and prayer, however, only Bible reading Is actually fewer
required by law. ,rUcuUUon. It .it to be .-dm.lr.i8d first ye M' ad ..ab.alll: ,jute Von too .,make ..U !the which .were .repeated AS Terri badge"presented Leaden, Also JtaMtv And Linda
Kimble. makers
You have "Toy
; are, Mr. Stevenson, ,baea.gpuJ.tlyAekd, ,la ,Je.
Also considered by the Court In the case, brought by ibis! Jowers was invested as the new-
..aaetHalieayou: ..risii, 're Groin BevtUe, Linda
Williams, Myers,
*n ,educated: man, quite ob ,dare, And /# Ahoy swank .iprorei ) to Beverly
,a ;group of Miami Jews, agnostics and Unitarians, wereehjectlonsto viously. It Is, therefore, tho | lvely more harmoniously mains as truth. eat Girl Scout Judy .Burke, JUren .Kimble, Rita Seville, Cunme: Beat Sally. Mo-

> baccalaureate programs Jn the schools, religious more regrettable tluit your to build those countries, without You say that if the Negro had A puppet show was presentedby Sullivan, Sandra Myers and talc, her mother and lather, bro

census of students and a religious test for teachers. article and sketch, or cartoon, a thought of this mythical\ nightmare your njorals and your education girls who had been workingon Cathy Redgate. "Sign of the Ar ther Mike and Grandfather Will-
Jie would .be accepted. You're the "toy badges". Mrs. Red- row" to Sandra lam Adkins. Linda Myers won
These were dismissed "for want pf properly preaepted or whatever, you call it, U fa of mass Intermarriage. was presented
federal questions". vitriolic. The tone of the whole At a matter of fact, )in ill these blind 'The white people are .c- gate,troop leader assisted by Myers, Karen Kimble and Judy the door prize and two year old

article li In bad taste, and the countries the Negro Africans .oeptedwith your morals and Mrs David Myers, presented the Burke. Three of the girls received ,Elaine won a prize for being
These learned Justices in our are adherrlng following badges The will "such good girl"
opinion, article Itself smacks of outnumber .the White Africans without your education. Yet "sewing "Cockadoos" and go up a
too.closely to "the letter of the in ruling out Bible poison, Irresponsible M should therefore be obvious Negro with morals superior! to badge" was presented to Judy as Cadets next year. They were
Journalismand ,
reading and/or prayer in our public schools sedition. to thinking that you sad education that makes Burke, Karen Kimble, Cathy Linda Narrow, Judy Burke and William Lawson entered JTM
my person Rcdgate Sandra Myers, Beverly Karen Kimble Concluding the Hospital Saturday night for observation
you look like a grammar schoolchild
The/ Florida Supreme Court bad upheld Bible read- Sedition, you may recall, Is coniideraUon is one only &he' still William, Becky Lay program the girls and parents and tests.
ing and recitation of the Lord's prayer to encourage good "excitement of discotent I most ardent racists In this coun- are just Niggers.

moral training for our school children they were not against the government, or of try we spending sleepless nights As far at Socialism is concerned Mr. Richard Bare.of :Temple

endeavoring to promote religion in one form or another. ,resistance to lawful authority.It over, ,you barbarians aren't ready Ore Langdale To Address Growers Heights i is a patient at JPM Hospital

Training received school/ by our children is highly alto means a serious offensein The Civil nights ,:Bill is not ,?for such progress yet. and Is In room 6 east

impressionable and of lasting influence on their morals defiance of allegiance It s panacea. Hpwever, if cooly i J say again Ross, sticky wick And Shippers At Banquet Heeling

and character which is just as important in their impLies conduct leading to com examined In Its present proposed et. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Stevenson
jnotjon or resistance to authoritybut form (with the Oirksra riders) wbo have lived the past 18
training as are the 3 E's" ,and all parents should welcomethis Lanyard Budd.Editor's Dr Noah Langdale, Jr., Presi-
without overt." I am It will show that it Is not designed ,. months In Temple Heights, have
able assistance! in the moulding of.good character. Ident Georgia State College Atlanta race iw'N r v Dr.r

Note No is 1
dilating Webster 'for the suppressing of the : one try- ; moved to 2706 Pineridge StreetIn

-School training of this kind, not unlike SundaySchool J am greatly alarmed that rights of the individual, but for ,J ingto take Away the rights of Georgia Annual will address theFortyFirst Titusville.

is highly beneficial and certainly, by no twist of articulate gentlemen of your allowing all citizens, and all taxpayers anyone only to protect those Meeting of the Growers and Banquet Shippers MIt 1( TO 4'Ht.UITUJIrt

the imagination,, can it be termed detrimental. Like much persuasion write In the style of to partake equally of the we now njoy the Inalienable League of Florida, to be I notified You and and e.ch required of you to.r. prepnt luinby

other-school training it is not all soaked in but thank your article. You have specifically goods and services that their jtuaranteed! us all In our Constitu held .t the San Juan Hotel Orlando I any ..l, .lmi mid nr elilmr may hive agele.tthe
goodness a little does rub off f on those participating! ; stated\ that "The Com taxes pay for. I believe .that tion. As fir as Socialism Is concerned Wednesday evening June Ml l t.utoluH'F: B. BhAKD,

//muniat Conspiracy led by Moscow it Js nut so much aimed at the we're GLAD we're bar- 17th, according to announcement tl...r...Ml, ,law ft ",,,nl.l.u. County
;Jhe Jettsr: of ,Jhe AaW read otherwise, ,but we lilirurnla to In* County Judge ofi
may ; will be further on its individual. who believe. in .eg- barians. made by J. J. Parrish, Jr., President lIo.v.rll i County Florida, within alai l lckleuuar
never heard of Bible reading being injurious to anyone month from tht dm otpublication
aryl "","YQW' lghest) tribunal, which opens its every ,read to success with the help negation as it is aimed at allowing of the League. Dr. Lang- I of Ohio online, of our own people and our that individual who believesIn dale through the court. acme will be bared loch claim or
session juuh ,pw; would outlaw the ,practice in our Maryland fried appears demand mum be In manntr and
schools to wonder they disfavor the President ." integration to practice his esy of General Motors I futm, ea required by law
1Raveypau why .
This Js .a .seditious statementIf ,beliefs. Both are allowable. 'Chicken Chartered President Parrish also stated JOHN B BKARD
policy.;Iqf ,d(they+ we\ daresay, ,were taught different In Ancillary KxriulorCROrTUN.
That to Is civil If that the Annual of the I BREWER *
we are to acknowledge Webs. pie, rights Meeting
school. well[ as at home. Secretary of State Tom Adams HOLLAND
cur there is some trepidation about Executive Committee will beheld P O. BOX bet SOS Palm Av..
this, then it Is there only because j had announced the chartering of at the san Juan Hotel, beginning Tltuevllle, Florida.
Further on, you mentioned that Maryland Fried Chicken of Mer- June S, 19, O, 29 (Mon) lose.111119 .
Broken. .J. .Edgar Hoover's words ,should rabblerouaers .who hould know ritt Wand, Inc, 103 Garden St., with luncheon at noon, I I "T T- IMRTRK'T
Recorxls jSel..Tlien ,and a meeting of the ,membership
better than to arouse the rabble '
be ejuiugh. I agree If they Tttusville, with authorized stockat I IMI Mllll.IK IHKTHKT OfL
and Board of Directors of KI4lt OMI.tMMI
are continuously preventing calm 1 allll"lXlilf 1
lire Indeed Jiis .words. The 100 shares of common at $10* "" Ml. lea,-UNLuuLb"rlla
!the League will be held at 3.00:
and examination of the
Tae building bpom now\ being: enjoyed in Tltusvllle technique of using a well-knownpersonality's Civil thinking Rights Bill from all angles.If 00 per share, dealing In Restaurant p.m. UNITED! IITATEII//y C""Io'TtO'l OF: AMERICA,

is gaining momentum and records are being set, and then ,flood one. But quotation be ,careful is, Mr.I.vwonl a. there! Js one ..thing do ,not be- business. Reports will be submitted cov Dr Noah Langdale, Jr. I .y_ J'1.loUrr,
ering the various transportation Mil YACRP.S or LAND MOSS
broken, almost >every week. $ I believe Mr. Hoover h lieye jn, then it is taxation .with Jnoorporators are E. M. Poe, Gordon Stedman UR LESS, SITUATE: IN HHEVABD
said that there out representation. A war.was Rosa W. Poe, Laura C. Poe all problems by Traffic Manager COl'HTY, STATIC Or FLORIDA"
was Infiltration Executive Vice President and AM THOMAS\ ) J. JUNES KT!) AL.
in the month of totaled
Building, permits Issued May by known communist into fought over this almost two of Tltuiville. The papers of Incorporation T. E. Haile Secretary.Traffic Through the courtesy of Central Defendanti.
$1,388,649 .compared to $363,200 in May of last hundred I don't were filed June 1 Tract Shed>
year the civil rights movement. I years ago Manager of the League. Ofifcers, Truck Lines members and TO: Neleon. Buialer and JoeepbtnaBu.iler '

an saaeaseof $1,021,448, or approximately 300 per .think he also specified! the instances think you believe in taxation 1 1064 by :B. M. Poe, 103 Garden members of the Executive Com guests of the League will be denca and, hi.whereabauta.wife ..ho.are. re.l-unknown

cent. of infiltration and J in without representation either, St. mittee and Board of Directorswill guests at a reception.The after diligent ...rcb

what specific groups. I don't Mr. Stevenson: be elected. Growers and Shippers and Inquiry t

April permits jn the city totaled $1,845,350 this year believe Mr. Hoover said that the Perhaps one solution to the Locklin. Suffers The present officers of the Lea. League of Florida has been for John dance j.and Hauler whereabout whore net are:

,as compared to ,$l 2,900 ip April, 1962, a 1,000 percent Communists are behind this problem which you undefined} ,:Broken Arm In Fall gue are R. D Keene, Chairmanof many years the official transportation and unknown Inquiry after diligent March
gain. "scourge," implying that *the in your letter would be to write the Board; J. J. Parrish Jr., agency for the Florida YOU ARK!) HtLREBT: NOTIFIED

whole Civil Rights .movement Is our Senators. All right, then, Charles W. Locklin, 1724 Whls- President; R. V. Phillip 1st Citrus Commission, Florida Canners haa that heretofore a Complaint been. In filed Condemnation In the .f

Xhege are,phenorjienal,increases and are hard to con. nothing but a plan tot an eventual let us do away with taxation of paring Kills Road, is In Jess Parish Vice President; J. C. Hutchison, Association and the Florida rice of the Clerk at tbe aboveoomrd --
Communist takeover of those of who not 2nd Vice President; John T Lesley Gift Fruit Shippers Associationand court In an action U con
ui are represented -
our fully
ce ve. Jejv cities where ,can boast such an enviable r Memorial Hospital where he demo an eilata In fee ample, aubJect -
country. Let us push the 3rd Vice President ; S. O Is a non-profit organizationof however to exl.tlng ....-
record land apparently there is more and pore to comeas Is recuperating from a badly menu for publlo roada and
You seem worried about the Honorable Messrs. Holland, Chase, Jr., Treasurer; Gordon growers and shippers of fresh ". ., publlo utllltlee, rallroadi blab.y. and-

the Ajpollo, \ moon project develops toward placing men people of the country becoming. Smothery, and gentlemen of this broken his! arm, suffered in a fall Etedman, Executive Vice President fruits and vegetables and the processors .n pipe ashdulo IIn.. In "the.10" property. deacrlbedftched .
at home
on th* by,1970 sor e fix hence. dupes of the left. Wednesday. and T E. Haile, Secretary- )in these industries! cud made beret
jnoon T years Yes. that iaomething persuasion to vote in an amend We to er.vln.a pmt Ire ,ell of..,.u far,.publloot .._I II
lo worry about. I, too ment to the Constitution that .ddI lo-naff.w HUM fur; -Ibe'-uae';at;
Titusville and the entire North Brevard area will am worried, because I, too, haves would state that henceforward, Oho Aiimini National. AeronuuUoa. and apace"

,continue to grow and progress as the Apollo project pro- loyalty for this nation and only U. S. citizens of pure Caucasian I Inctd.nl l tratlon thereto and The for land other baa been uiea

\gresses still greater years loom ahead in the immediate whut it stands for, But, Mr ethnic origin of the right eelectixl national' 'by Aeronautloa the admlnUlrator and I1p..of. Ad-the

future Stevenson I think you are such denomination of the right religious miniaurtiijoi I'tilled for sicciulaitUoa by the
I mates tor In
a dupe. You are not a dupe of persuasion be taxed.I with NASA Launchln. connect Bite far"

w i Planning, and building is an integral part of our way the right but of the left, un- I should like to observe you the Cop.Manned Canaveral Lunar Lamllnii rlorKla.II I Pro and ram far.

knowing, I hope, that rash after such I tax Is put ."" h other <".. ..
.of life: here as we try to keep pace with the program aimed your year nrl.od br Congren may be aulh-
,. at,and making gigantic strides toward landing the first misquoted and Irresponsible Inlo flfect. Your tax for that A Order or by E*<> uilva
statements, when read by ex and subsequent years would become The .ulborlty far the '."In. I. la
man on the Moon. I accordant with the Act of Co.a....
tremists of the left, will make so large that you would 1 apuroved. February" 26. .
them Current Dividend 14JI. 4(1 U.C. neat), ..idlAr.| Sup
dance for not be able to extricate
Joy and cluck yourself
We foresee,even more records set and then broken plementary thereto and amendatw
with glee, because they won't In fact, I wonder how longit Compounded thereof and undo the further auth
a> Titusville further gears for the torrid race to the have DvmlAnnuallrNO orlty of the Act of Congas ap
to lift a finger. You, in would be after the enactment proved Aucuat 1, IMS. Ijk:
Moon .u UKC 67)1 the Act of ConVSr;.
your selfrlghteous smugnessare of such a law that millions of approved July 211. tOU (Publlo Los
doing their job for them. Caucasians of the "correct" persuasion 6-W8, 12 Mlat. ,J62 UJC 1I4S
(b) (8) which
I have not lived aU my life in would swear on a stackof of the land, and the Act.aequlellloa of ('0..

Capital Punishment. the South. I have traveled. I Bibles that they are not whatIn Ito Low 87-BH)), Au July.u.l 21.14 tail Pub-puh.

have lived In six states in different fact they are. Ito Jaw 87-6(14) AUIUM 17. Ml
) parts of the I think of Public, Law 87-14)), and July SJ.
country for you are a man 1U6J (Public Law S7-M6) which Act.

The' special Senate Commission appointed to study periods longer than a year, and strong beliefs. That is good made..... funds available for auih pur-

>the Abolition of the death penalty in capital offense cases I have met many Siutnerners Then, I feel that I can safely but.P"Yilt It! 1RE v.a llav."t'K ':ebi..HED
from the deep South who challenge to .y
a public debate
were you ddw.. to U.
in the State of Florida, heard Central Florida law en- sakIng at pow crap-
born and brought up here, on some of tke'theses on which arty you em rceaWi o. .ev. eao.
forcement officers their views on the subject Friday ::" "S
express especially since I have come you have expounded so articulately berets dcalinated, within twenty

( in Sanford. heic. Most of them are decent, but not so logical. daya lilentlfy after tug June the "-'. 1W4 ,n Answer
properly In which
hardworking, honest, sincere Michael MogilevskTitusvllle ton claim to have an Intereet. .1.1.
The consensus expressed at the Sanford meeting apparently individuals. They are responsible Florida to..t the Claimed nature and and I e atatlnc u>nt at all the In-

was that favoring the death penalty in capital and courageous people. atHim ybjecllon.. your and deteawa U the your ak-

.,offense cases and in dealing with these offenders. They are doing what they can HtlpfulEditor I to.!T.7?. *pro..y.".*" "ball* tailur.commute oo
to eliminate extremists : a In the 'eking and! to the

hearings are being conducted by the commission in thoughts and actions, and are The Indian River City Wo authority'hr.r the:.actlan of l the lofts Court: the lo Iu.t proceed eomp.to
,various areas of the state jn an effort to sound out the doing such things as forbidding man's Club recently climaxed waiver. .t and all d"t.II"hall .ton and.lltule obJeclloll. a-

views and opinions of citizens and officials to aid In the their own Southern-born children another year with the reading of .V\ "OU cal.ARt.0 .rea.utw FI'KTUJlR.: NOTIFIED
of their from using deprecatory expressions its annual reports and the installation := that II run ban. ao .Uoa Dr deb. .
.compilation report. to the next legislative ses- such to tbe laklug. pea may reeve
as "nigger, an expretsion of a fine group of officers upon plaintiff i attorney a Notice
jslon. of deep contempt and for the ensuing year. etc I'Maranoa' youaclalma .
.bleb ln.
Should the death !Insult In contemporary times. Without the wonderful newspiper termed. and thereafter' you ball bi .
penalty be abolished, this element They are trying in their own small l coverage given by you, our YEAR'S WAITFOR ?r" ...Uea the -' all *_ 5"Id -
of criminals and others their ranks would have ? property
ways to correct many projects of this past year !hot a1111b. trial.1Na.H NOTlriKD:
po fear of reprisal for their evil deeds to the extent they certain conditions under which would not have been near as dual compeneallon. whether the laeue aot

pow have. +. ., "ee'IIJ I IIn they themselves have been successful The reporters, Colonel : you I'have mi AMP.."."ered or aerved or a

brought up. Boshoff, Gene Blythe, and Bar- .vld...... aa ra.ee.lo the you amount may preMit of-
our modern society be And 1 am proud to bara 4b. -.UOII 11 D. for
some can only governed count them Carlson have indeed been a lII. pr.p.-4y In which paid

:and dealt with In the terms such as are set forth In these as my friends and neighbors. tremendous help to us and we THIS HIGHER RATESavings di Inkl..t'I'lltullon. ODd yne may ynu share aeve In any the

)tatutes. The fear of punishment by death will to an Now, whin such responsible would like to say a big Thank ..Uon. at the award ot .omp.
citizens read such You to RE: FI'RTHI'R
an Irresponsibly them too. NOTIFIED

:Extent, govern their actions when nothing else will. tbat Irlal. by Jury "' 'be '.... of
written article. yours, I We wish you much auccess IB left by the 10th of any month earn from the pl.IIIUIt.Jana eompensot/on I. d..d.d by

Our capital punishment statutes have in wondtr if this was not the type jour new building and if we can I1'HI'Ot'I.1' .
our opinion, 1st. Savings insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband "A-
of journalism be of TRACT
that led to acts of service please let know. NO. 4i/\S
lerved a good purpose in curbing their commitment. It us and wife FSLIC Tho .'. at tb. ""
; tragedy for the whole nation We Ire looking forward to another ) by a permanent agency of the Nnrtb :S' nt p. NEW'hef '

fias ,y no means eliminated them but were these laws and the world as that of November year of working closely together U S. Government. Ice ran, of Ih.it IOIE'. and re.the.t N lb.rib

pot on the statute books society would be faced with afar 22, IBM, in Dallas, otherwise to the benefit of our com of ewrl.u lll'oo: ::: ;;

( greater problem. a fine city I had the munity state, and nation (aeelb'...4y.Range Flurldaa' IT. E..t. B.....'"
ee.latelag 54.06
pleasure to visit at another time Mrs. James W. Plumb adrra IIInre ... Mr.
While some contend that the death penalty statutesare Communism is a real threat. Immediate Past President JBrst tferal Savli rratof'o0 a..rlck REARICX

; outmoded and outdated and should be abolished I have studied It. But it can Indian River City Wo r e s Trl.1 Itapartmeal Att.ra.v., Ju.tlce

contend there is become a much more immediate man's Club' 1-aaUa IMrlalonA"
substitute will
\lwe no alternative that
; or -
""" '
far '
]do the job they have done. threat as a result if acts of irresponsibility land Loan Association TJfusvIIU. IM. .North....*: P. o.P'ln"nox 2UI
by articulate people We're .Barbarians Downtown Offlc Branch Office Orla' ix* riorwa. ajiwj

. True It would be nice to live In a society where who ahould really knew bet. JEdktor: Washington at Main 14S td. C. 1 DATED eerUfy May tte rerefomi-M. I..W4.

'they' were.not needed but these conditions are non- ter.And AJ a bigoted Britisher let me and luU.n e.rnel .ups. sa IIIe lulebat W a trueBy
A. .
I question statement say that you've RI..OI. Clerk
:If xistent today just as they were when the law was written your wicket. got I sticky Open le.S Dally, Ala. 4 to T Friday l'nitrd Rata .II1..lot C.1IIt
concerning What Your Ylddie
intermarriage. editorial of Wednesday Dia.rtct of _....
. Into the books. prominent ("many" you say) about civil rights and Mildr Depot l T.nerk DuTrane..

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MoneI.y, June I, 1964 ntunUr, &jPlori4a. ) RtuAdv.egf. Pap fi I

.- Nationals Win f

I k : z iirrei Doubleheader I.'I

The Tltusvllla NstloniU took;

both ends of a twin bill In Of-

Undo Saturday, defetjng ftp On

--. .. '" -. lando Hawks ft.4, and ibf Or-
t' 'ha t'Mlhl Undo Braves by 84.
>, It11 1,
+ The Nit dmctvMl .4ha first!
Lions Indians
I game in the bottom of the fifth

J J 1 scoring\ two raps on sjngles/ by

1 % Butch Wright and Bobby Evama,
fIII14inwitn and a pinch single by Roy:

Out In FrontLions 1 SchooUlcId scoring two ruse

0 1g, S dHJ 1MP .r Butch Orumcr went .ll the welt'
on the mound! giving up Ml I

Lead J.L However, their, starting HocMi bits and tour tuna
usually. lucks like Jhia: In the second game "gsin} t

Although the first half seasonIn Rafting, J in Utf /number one slot the Braves, the Nat struck

R)1tn Little League Is not completed and playing, *.eOJUllla.. is Mike quickly scoring two rum ill tM

e It appears the Championship pu_, 9/ho i Ja in his\ third MI- first Inning on a single by Bobby;
4klels sastlr Lae may be taken by the Major Lea- son j ith th* Indian Ettting I Evans, a triple by Gene O"e*>

gue Lions, who have a 7.2 record second and either pitching orcatching I street and a single by Joe ft W

Vonn Car, superintendent of greens of Royal Oaks Golf and only one game left to la Kflowlcs, a fifteenIW v era jg

and Country Club has changed) his name to the man with play on the len-game schedule .W4 righthander f Jn, bis sec- Ion men went to the plat

the "Galloping Yellow Cat. The Jaycee Lions, managed by pled past JvJUi tie) Indiana./ JCcnfMMhajn. r--' ,.... the sixth inning and the Nit*i

It seems that Vonn is having trouble keeping curious Jim Everman of liking have the a first good half possibility # third year; right- FIRST HALF LEADERS-Pictured above front row, Brent Talley, Phil Bates, Joe scored five run. The big blow
MI4M la Jn bit first year with are members of the Little League Lions, Manders, Mark Carlile Jimmie in this inning Included -doubly
the critical
fans in automobiles off golf course, especially if they can pick up a rained out pA. Indiana, moving up from theLittle ;
managed by Jim Everman and coached by second row by Jim Lukewater, a Ingle
areas such as the greens.One game with the Tiger Tommy Strength, Stanley Everett byj
Itam' and
League, usuallyballing
day last week, he was operating a bulldozer, one Their nearest opponents, how. third. Taking the\ clean up Logan Manders. The group is leading in Christ Nevin, Mark Hoffman and Joe Hampton) and a double by..;
the first half of the Titusville Little Gene Overstreet, Jim Lukewat-i
of those great big earth movers, building a bridge across one ever, may turn the tables. Only portion, i ja )Wayne Bingham, either Danny Jlenry.-S-A( Photo).
of the courses' lakes and he happened to look up from his pitcher or catcher. This is League Major Division. Left to right, er picked up the win on the
one behind the
game league and!
mound giving eight hits
work and notice this red streaming throughthe up
sports car come leading Lions, the Cubs are peen Wayne's second year with the four runs. The Nationals play/';

main"Didn't entrance.think much about it" he said. "Thought it was ratty 32, with three games to Indians.Shortstop, again In Tinker Field, Qrlando745pm ;
make up, and have a good / 1 I. held by Roger Adkjnson.
: on FI'ldll'y.Dressler ,
,just someone looking around. We always welcome visitors. chance of ppsettjng the spat, ,, ra. who also 1 bat. fifth. This In01UA A g 1
"The next time I looked across the course, there went a If the Lions lose their one is his third year with the Indians. i N t
all l4/M/
red streak just lickity splittin' over the third green." makeup game., to the Tiger, and Bruce Lee is the Indian' first Asks '

Knowing the damage an automobile can do to a "green" the Cubs win their ,,makeup baseman and he bat sixth. A

green, Carr pushed that big yellow caterpillar into second game over the Bears and Tigers fourteen year old, Lee la In his

gear and took off after them. the Cub will move Into the ..lUcor.ellon( with the Indians.
first half championship. The outfield for the Indians Suit
"I cut them off at one corner, so they turned around and changes In nearly
Most of the Lions' has every game
went back toward the last nine hole area. Then, I circled been attributed by Mark success Hoffman Tim Holliday, a fourteen year old ; r, w rtl State Senate none{

the area, headed them off, but again they back tracked on a southpaw pitcher who In his second season is presently Inea Jim Dressier has filed >la',

me. has a perfect, 5.0 record. So far out with an jc/b.ow Injury; Mark petition in Circuit Court here ask
There was only one way to leave the course, so Vonn this ..e.sOlhe has defeated the Brown, another Jndian caaulty, i o 1 Ing dismissal! of' tyo aultlied", '
wheeled] his mobling yellow cat into reverse and headed toward Bears twice, only giving one suffered a broken hand last I against him last month by JamE. **-.
the main entrance. He had a good chance of getting hit game in one of the week} James/ ) Boiiv.rt 15 year King who charged Dressier,
them here, especially since he had only about half the dist- He has pitched a three hitter old and Dennis Bwsvcrt, a 13 with reporting fraudulent elect'

ance to travel that they did. They had one thing over Vonn against the Ramsour; hitter year old rookie; Richard Byars! 111 f'' ion campaign contribution .in.

"galloping yellow cat", and that was speed.I over the Beavers and a two hit. a 14 year old who played for Indians tho Msy I primary.,

sure would liked to have been there. Can't you picture ler against the Tigers.In last year and Phil NartowIctz In his petition filed Friday,;

this? the five games, he has also, a fourteen year old veteran f'b Dressier sake for I summary'
A big cloud of dusty sand engulfing the area behind the struck out 51 batters, while walk. of one season. final decree at a bearing request;i.*

"cat" as it sped toward the entrance; the driver probably ing 19 and has pitched a total of First year men for the Indians ed June 15 Included in his petit'

waving a golf club in one hand, holding onto the steering 30 innings. Hoffman has given who play in the outfield are Ian/ was a sworn affidavit by]
lever with the other; and two great big German police dogs HP 10 runs on 14 bits David Whltehurst, Howard Ad. Charles Hall stating that he b.;d t!

riding shotgun on the hood. We forgot to mention, "Galloping Tommy Strenth accounts for kinson and Tommy Hosklns. contributed 1500 to the Dreiser;,

Yellow Cat" also has two fierce looking police dogs that the remaining four Lions games, Ford'a pitching staff seems election campaign fund.

spend most of the day and parts of the night at the course. winning two and dropping two. never to fail King, In his suit, charged theft

Anyway, I can see him shifting that big caterpillar into He has defeated the Cuba and Wayne BJngham, a right hand. PONY LEAGUE CHAMPS Winning the front row, Dennis Bolsvert, Tom Hoskins, Hall denied puking ,the contrl-,
"7Rth gear" trying in head them off at the D8SS. won a one hitter against the er has the team's best record first half season in the Titusville Pony David Whltehurit, Jamea Boisvert, Phil button which was reported ,lit

Well, both'pt1hem reached the exit about the same time, Beavers. The Cubs and\ Rams with 8 wins and no losses. His League are the Indiana, managed by John Nartowitz; second row, Richard Byars, Dressier' official campaign conitrlbutlon 4

and the episode ends here, and not with a crash. have both defeated Strenth, however mound duties have included a Ford. They finished the first half season Bruce Lee, Mike Knowles] Wayne Bingham report.

Vonn and his "Galloping Yellow Cat" were simply outrun both times the games were no.hitter against the Giants; I with a 10-0 record. Left to right, and J Ken Bingham./ -(S-A Photo). Dressier asked for a summary1!

by a red sports car. real close. Against the Rams, the one.hitter against Dodgers; ..' final decree at the June 15 hear.

Heavens knows, the bulldozer could squash that sportscar score ended 21, with Strenth hitter against the Pirates; a .i Ing "on the ground there ire noi
into a knot and make it about the size of a barnyardtick yielding only two hits. Totaling bitter against the Yankees and genuine Issue is to lay /nuHUl (

but lucky for the sports car, "Galloping Yellow Cat," both of these games, he has two hitter against the Pirates Yankees And Braves Win facts." _

got outrun for the first time. pitched 11 Innings striking out In ill six game combined 5b51ew .156 t I ,,.
"I don't care for them coming out to the course and 30 and walking five, giving: up 2 Wayne has given up five runs, _
looking over the place, in fact, we encourage people to come runs and 3 hits. nine hits in 26 innings while Tonga Ra114aIi: a alram.
By Den H mke a.lm"" I' I 0 0 14otaia
out and visit, as long as they keep their cars off the greens In the hitting department walking 26 and striking out 44. K.Ity C t a 0 iIonand Uavla. Ib a sb. "f ': aas't eC.n.
Mike Knowles I. 4 4 4
and fairways. Strcnth gives the club a lot of has carried the Senior Leaguer 110 5 1 t t ab. I O.
with little Vonn wouldbe power. He Is 10 for {team to three more victories, TtylurBlllolt I" w.llw",1 C I I CRuhbins 1 ,
I would imagine, a leg twisting 21 at the Major League t t o n ct 1Mauro
more than glad to run a guided tour around the course.lie's plate, hitting .478. Mike Brewer giving up four runs on six hits Jn r | 4 Indians 1 Sb I t t .lp : I .

that proud of the) place. is hitting 6 for 16, averagng 16 innings while walking 16 aod 'j Preston Grimm pitched a two. Beavers II Bears 1 Grows-55. t.' t 1Johns risudiu.1'.lumhn Rr ea I s : O.I I

.375; and Brent Talley Is averaging striking out 26. Among his wins !I hitter against the previously undefeated The Beavers stomped the Bears Cardinal-' .F f't S a 0 t 0 t 0 a N.1t1." Ib. U 1 e e 0 II 0 1llurksrord 6arber

I wasn't asked but: .313 hitting 5 for 16. Hoffman was a no hitler, pitched against Indian as the Yankees 11.. In Little League play Friday war J..I I' a aToUh
the Braves and two hitter aDd ::oar. ; rtlti r 0 0 o
in I I I
hitting 7 for
19, batting won 41 in Senior! League/ play evening behind the pitchingof Y'r3Jj
Out of over 200 graduating senior, it's a shame, only .318. five Miter Roger Adklnson has | Friday evening lUxky' Johns and a solid hitting I-- ___
about 12 per cent of them played varsity football. All the These Include picked jup the remaining! win for attack.
averages sovfo The Yankees took an early 1.0t.
in the band 'Jlj e Indiansand\ Mike Dunbar i, I
big boys we are told were playing the piccolo ,
games and are unofficial. The has also Is t. lead la the opening! frame on aM The Beavers led all the way as
while the 100 pounders carry the bass horn, and the leftover two games not included are the pick up a pitched win. but yet to M I walk, a stolen base, and an er they scored in tbe first Inning on MORE THAN MONEY PEOPLE ARE OUR BUSINESS '
are used to lug the waterbuckets, and the middle] sized ones first with the Cubs .
game and As far L ror, and went out ahead 2 0 with a single by Payne and three
as hitting concerned
) A
remain for John Gaines. Tis a pity. second games with the Cubs. the pitcher and catcher Knowles, a single tally in the second on a walks, and made It 40 In the ,
The starting lineup for the single by Wayne Nobles, two third when they scored on three
Professional baseball is getting to be a year around is leading the Indiana average I I
affair. It gets a head start, drags through the summer, Lions consist of second baseman with a .480. He is 12 for 25 at the >. walks, and an error walks, a hit batsman, fielder's
nearly into football season, and really Who cares if the Brent Talley, a veteran from lastyear's plate, Including three double I A marker on singles by MikeI choice, an error, a single by Jim
Yankees win the pennant or not. club. Talky baa been at t and 13 run batted in. I I Firmer and Hutch Stamp and a Elliot, and a two base hit by
the plate 29 times and been on Bingham Is hitting 7 for 19, i pair of Indian errors In the third Steve Holland f.
I don't believe Titusville is trying hard enough to drawa base 20 time for better than a averaging .367. He his three made the score 3.0. The Dears broke the Ice for

major league spring training ball team. .667 on base percentage. Batting doubles and seven rbl'.. The Indians made it 3.1 witha them in the fourth when they
second 'is Carlile the .
right fielder
It wouldn't do the New York Yankees one bit of good and hitting third and playing Mike Dunbar ia I 7 for 22 and tally In their half of the fifth scored double a single marker on a .
his bitting .319 lie has two double on two walks, a hit batsman, and by David Moore, a all lle
to give Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Bobbie Richardson, third bile I is Mike Brewer This hy C'lnuillus/ and M
an error.
rbl's.Roger .
to the New York Mets in Is and\ seven an error. The Yankee regained
Tony Kubec and Clete Boyer try Brewer's first year In the Both
scored In tho
Adkinson Is hitting .286, their three.run lead. In their half fifth
ing to reverse their win and lose columns for audience rea- Major Division. and) final frame. t\
with I for 21. including The Bears
a of the fifth frame on two big Indian
Mets in number position, instead of Batting clean Is
sons. the were one up Slrenth, a and homer along with 11 rM's. scored two markers on a walk,
the cellar would still outdraw the pennant winning veteran of last year's Lions and errors Preston Grimm In
an fielder's choice
error, a .
also Wayne Bingham is 7 for 25, Winning strut out eight and a -;;..
a member of the Little Lea.
glory hogs. averaging ,280, including a homer walked five while hitting single hy Moore and a double
Something should be done about these stop lights. goo All star team He plays and eight rbl'.. batter by Kevin Bobbins. "
It's nearly impossible to start off at one green light and hit shortstop and pitches. Mark Hoff The Beavers added seven run hs

the other one green. This creates a problem for local hot man, pilcjicr and first baseman FIRST HALF STANDINGS Jfikc Knowlc was the loser In the fifth to make It 11-3 on
Ho struck out ten while
bats walking
rodders they can't possibly get a quarter mile drag going fifth. And following Hoffman SINIOR IJAGVE" three. four walks, a hit batsman, a
down main street. They have to stop at each intersectionand la catcher Everett. Barnhart fielder's choice, an error, and i
wait for the light. bats seventh and plays first base, T.... ".. I..d S'0.5. Score by Innings/ : singles by Payne, Larry Brown,

Where have all the crowds gone that used to hang while Slanders hit eighth and Ynk.Incllini.. I"I a I 1"sI Ali' ?' ah Indians 000 010-1 2 7 and Rocky: Johns.
plays center field. Nevin usually Dorlfn s a .6"0 a Yankees 111 010-4 4 3 Johns who whiffed
Someone said hall .... seven and
around that hamburger place. city puta 1.1. 4. .
u4 a\\6
fence around a city park and consequently that hamburger left bats field.in the final spot and plays : Hants.r. : : 1:: : er Batteries; Knowles: Grimm and W. Bingham and Farm walked Robbins three was thai winner. Frank is on his way
was loner He
place lost a lot of gabbing area for local car fans. TI.d
Rounding out the Lion roster IITTLI LCAGUI Box Score: pitched three Inning striking out
The seniors at TIES Thursday evening had
Without are Phil Bates, a first year la-, ... ".. I.... r... 8.11. ... I\I'I\"I. three and walking seven. Moor to college this fall !
chosen as their slogan, the old standby: "Seniors fielder l.loiu! 1. .n. !II" Aa II H mil.
playing third and second Cut 0....... 2h IKnowln a I a also pitched for the losers. II.
Privileges. My great-grandfather used that same bit when base; Henry D. Griffin, A. Grif B.>"vtrtTHor. 1 ..am.111 P. t 1 1 I struck out His dad cam to the right place to 91 a loan to
lyU lour and walked four
he graduated from the Potawatomie Indian Reservation in fin and Strickbine also pave >fUy-> .,... 1 0: hapun. K.. Hlnihum Rlneh.m. 3h C S I 0 I'0 aAitkln ew white giving up seven runs on help pay for the tuition. W. wan happy to lend .?
1906. He said something agout they wouldn't even allow us ed for the Lions this jcaaon/ I t .au p I.... .. .1b.... I. I'a 1 I 1 1Whlbhur.l II three bite In two Innings. him the money the investment In Frank was I

to get across the fence, let alone )have senior privileges, mostly In the outfield : ''tt f : : : Score by Innings: aa Investment in the future) of our community. I
whatever. those are.Titusville Nsriowkit. don'l In? W have
Why service
Beavers you atop many
I. 0"1..1 I' I 103 07-11 :3
is not taking advantage of Cape Kennedy as Indians Win In PL See The Rears 000 12- 384 to ,fill your financial nds.
a tourist attraction. Seems like they would put up a larger Torah. so arCS It I' Ir Batteries: Johns and f.4DA
the limits attention and Brevard Lumber Company Indiana Star AdvocateFor ".... Ab. R K Kelly;
sign coming into city to get more 11111'
Dobbins Moore
(4)) 'I
( and Watt-
won the first half Senior F.: lb rb S 0 1 1Jen. I
also erect about five telescopes on the River's edge so curious
tourists could stop, take a breather and look at Pad 37, the League title last week, going the Your ;::....:. "b f 1 : 0n 1 wood fox Store: O TIME SAVINGS It

home of the Saturn. Of course, NASA might frown on this entire season undefeatednut, Clam.Firmer. i:= 0 a I I f fW. BSUVKM4k DEPOSITS!
having a record of 10 wins and no Needs N.h.. Ct I I I 1Crsek.t1 0el.. M n aura
idea, but it's my guess most tourists coming through town losses. Printing RI eMaA.bsl ...,.. U n AH Other
don't even know they can see the construction pf the new 14 I : t / Hhumta h 0 o. 0 3 / % Savings: Deposits.Your .
Managed by '""" "' "" -
Jobs Ford, (he J Indians '" I
vertical assembly] building or the gantrys on /jape: Kennedyif took
the command p aition LET'S GET In 1
they only look that direction. ACQUAINTED Financial Partner Progress
S What ever happened to the idea of farming an AAU early In the season and ARCO DODGE INC.YOUR FIRST IN NAME FIRST IN SERVICE

swimming team. Must have gone doyen tae tfrain by were any never other pushed.team to for the Sirs* >place> ANY CAR WASHi; North Brevard'a Only Horn Owned Bank

Titusville is hurting for lots of things. 1. more fresh Relying mostly on a jejfue strong I NEW DODGE DEALER

water swimming holes, a drag strip, rifle and bow and arrow pitching and hitting club, the Indians 'I
target shooting range, a go-cart track, more Little Lea- have National
pitcher who 99cSULLY'S 0 Service Headquarters For All first Bank
baseball fields. If they don't this stuff they
gue get now, have hurled no hitter and the Chrysler] Products..
will never be able to do it, once this place reaches the peak same two athlete are capable. H SJ
cf this expected population boom. There won't be any land of hitting home run with little I TITUSVIUI. /LQRJPA
left. difficulty, Conditioning and Transmission SpecialistsOn Member Federal Jt.s.,.. System

I'm going to Daytona July 4 for the Firecracker 400. Wayne Bingham and Mike SINCLAIR Pulr Now. Member F4ral 0c..ilt Insurance Cera-

So, pleas don't schedule: the sports editor to take pictures Knowles are aka> Indiana mam / 214 s. WASH. uunn Cor. Hopkins (c Harrison 217-493! I
here in town July }. Fe.os.f .. pitchers and bitters. Former Chevrolet Bldg. .



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v.d tit** 'In III* ffurum, |..>fl,.ljf( tnt dvll work .nd! mill'. .m, Oriiip, 4.111', bleu Dcparknent of EducaUM.MJd y

tV* art Mlflwmly, '''"Hn...*", dry twntruc'ton! 'In nrirly" nil utflnr1 brldKCi h. rebuilt during thradvun' Lars B... director *< Ba MiMB HiHBMHH -
thereat. MrM, "I'l hV With UDat '
UtM" KIff'NI ,KlalMh,, I Colim! vttii unit' 'thu Virgin Wands, On niniul, II* was !later .*. ii TIle driven kit* bee divided TUusviIle High and a candidate for "Miw Galaxle" and

If,1Ifd, tt I'iffMI/ tyke l la IM tit .hll major i/rriK'U un
My'Mrlft. 1.'d'I'" llM. lujN-rvlolon' la lfi,,, iwulrurflonlit and, tli,rt. Dtvlnlwi, En,ln,- sets***. Included in tile June replace: Darla Warner who U to be married Wednesday -

Corp drf Kritfln"ra of hit! Ja<.k< Iha Cro... ri<,,iriili' Riirv' *r ,lur, the first Cavalry D) UI"nAnmni MbcdbJe wifl be: New Uw ttfectUJf (S-A Photo).

word/n// LhafrH' O l, firWl,, will final .utlier outslaidlnf .*. but drivers special wan

.(*,.k MI th. ilvll/ work pfJarri > A nutfva/ tit/ OiMl, i, Vmni\-" \ lKHni"nl" which' n* has "held, to work with pedal cbUren. Graduate WorkAn
of f fJut Jin'knonvlllaj+ Dl.> 'v 11/11., CI""II"I" Parfllt/ was iradvmd Colwifl I'arfltt wis E..t'uIlU tile mechanics of bus dm big. Opportunity For

bat *n "tnt W tM' Lrrl l /bu ln"M man' Avadrmy at, W..>t 1'olnl' ,In W3 m,. llradiuirtri|' Allied/ TUTc 1' procedure eta, and stats IraioM opportunity for local residents J process of being admitted to a

u'k m the> Pmt Canavfrat' Ki< tad rwJvwf. hi* m.alor'i dlf' ** In r.urllPl with mr" r*.- ( ttttt. to Uke ai important fmtttep graduate ICbooLtNVEUll'b

,,*1111I<11I Program' ami U>,, Crwir gene 'in civil fi\u\n\ \ "ft\nit, \ Tram .ponsikllltyof. itomnvm funded toward graduate degree

>>rM/<.i llargn C"n"l plunA, ," MiianrhusMta JiiMtlluU' / of Ttch- '''mlu 1',11J'' mibtrryar'U- : was announced kere today

Alumff' further doled! that nolllll' 'In 1HCofcwH !/ / '..*. in WATO darurlrln. Col,,ml, I Secretaries To Dr Robert H. Humphrey, Jr, Also Kraft i Business with Mzea _

m,i>y " for mailing. Full stock it SI.r-
>*ff bivlUd, ,' to attend |hli mutt- bulb World War II und Korri, 0/N for the Florida /Institute
'*ri pf th |nglmier' .
(tag, and ell m.,,,,ICrf', af the harlot World' War II M wasWftund Control Of/lc In M Louis' :ithaiajaMM ftA *&B *id *tt :*fca **Bl M*, (k hA iAw taM i 5 Hear DeWill fbr Continuing Univernty Studies Advocate.AOTM:

Chxmhrr 111 Ci""mlfct: rte d on D"Ury! during inmphlWous wild ,,-polI.lbllll, fur provMi! NOT "HOME MOVIES"I 4 h riH Ldgh WiUon i looks rAN the Graduate Record K OF >(ISJKI' 1.0. UKdm

urrrd,, lo tlt"'nd. TM petrel. landing on Omah, U. 1. Military /0"" throughout over hundreds of f et of film which are definitely' not U. !S. R. Speedy" DeWttt.SpecUl Examination: wifl be held at Bre, i|' 'La Mt I IT I Leer. Itl liT ur

peddles/ win/ 'hr w,,J lcom", to hfrCol BiMi'h while serving' is a platoon" Ih* world' with tAllnearup- the "home Jnl1YI," "arlL" This wu part of evidence! Cnroli.! Invettig itor of yard Junior College on Saturday, NOT1CK 1* HKHKUY ONLY:
Pirfill't prM-nttllon"' (radar with' Ih* Klxlh Enln.I1' I'll.I"d equipment., confiscated by ibrriif in Pornographic ring raid (S-A the" toward County Sheriff Jdly 11; at 8.M pm. I thai Ik,*Clerk vnilenrisned.of.the Circuit"Curtla Court K.Harnca .
Photo), of liravard, County, Florida, will I on
will be
Department, ucst speak- I
f Application and fees (or this1 the 12nd day of June, ISM.: at II1HI
rr at the regular meetinf of th* examination A .... at th. nut door of Ih* Court-
must reach the !
SURVEY Sheriff Sure Blackmail Also Titiuvlle Chapter, Florida Ac ucatMfial Testing Service In d-I i, cur ham of of Tllu.vllle.Brevard Florida County,offer la th fur.
Water Shortage Seen sedation of Legal Secretaries ale' aad aril al public outcry to lea
(Continued' teem fig tlIIIIIInKS / Prlni-eton New Jersey by June:i hlsneat and beat. Milder fur tain,
Wednesday evening in the Hotpitality 26. Fee for the examination li the following dracrlbed" properly,
polnlv" | wit that in. Involved In Pornographic Ring Room, June 10th it the $7.00, Dr. Humphrey said. I{I ntual lowli.l.ot : ,la Brevard County, Florida.

ewer 'Mlcal" that inying wwpftvtii first Federal Savings and Loan Completion of the Graduate .. Block "B". once AcreaEalaln

,* moving' di Hrtvird 40pXr Acute For lntiitmt\t, (\ bar been received pcrfoi ruing an act brfore a Association :In downtown Tttu: Record Examination .is e requlremmt p'.t'' thereof No, aa 1 ao rvoorded onllnf In to l'lltBook the
hen favor Ih* Nnrth Main, Cape Area by Sheriff/ Lrigh Wilson whic"III'"l1a'rt crowd of men spectator! Involved ville. for admission to the 12, Pace 14*. Public Kecorri -
of Drevard ,
County r'urkla. *
"land!, galflt' 21 par tent now ''''/ his theory" of MACk In' the, act wis the taking of 14. Dewitt .has. been in law enforcement graduate schools. of all Flurid '- .

living' .In Ih* arai, W.t", water eYaryW11PrIml .. dale have bran aolvly for flood mall bring 'Involved In the pmnagnphh pictures and cameras, both still for fifteen year and state univeriities and moat other wet TOGETHER unit and WITH, : Heater,
'In regard, in tonirfrurllon"/ frannnul tlrt Cap" Kennedy arts Isfating >,tw: of whom, Are prnNrMd in acute nhvriiga" of drinking Thursday night. Sheriff Wilson plat hundreds of County punu.nl to th* Final' Deere orlorocloaur
J ,| tut Ihll 11.1'11| 'II' loot,, m" water" !Kulli-r Mid the no already' Ispriparlntf fret of movie film and many pictures. and one half years" ago front! FICUS will be offering graduate lest ,In aald*Court extend the In alyle. caae of .pend.hl.<..h*
rent, Iwlltil, ''' i presentation, that On Friday evening, Sheriff Wllvm !- Dade County He ha aU
pa trey would llv* Art IIfIP/Ill l has !been mayle fur courses for resident credit lit la THK BAY RIIH1K VINOS
In' Ih* North Malnlaiwt, 111u will Hb. k up the facts that wwon't ,received lekphone. call !taught' classei on Police Science BANK va HARRirlUN M Nn LANA -
l million/ dollar federal loin to from .inonymous who Two women and two men were both acher education ind business alxi known, a* H M HOL-
hive wAter" to drink If man and Interrogation the Dade ANA and GKACB A HOI.ANA.hla .
Th \uxKin\ any .
tim tut( ill roarlsIrifllnii "r.led111! charged with
live the I'.' main of In Brevard ,
the management
source iiM! sheriff he wsi happy that wit anA th* Chancery Docket
they don't do
thla, Jr. the
: II* predicted crime igamst nature and the County College alo at Number la I 2 1U.
lo MII.A '
ere edNrprtkhrmlgh wak and the County this fall. Dr.
i | powersthat thiit unliiss' tome help ,la forthcoming / I the, ptirnographle ring had been sale and of Dude County Police Academy. Humph W(TNFaa: my band and official
JOOII I. band tIn lM' b* ir' ready \III go all the broken up because he wAr paying possession pornographic rey explained that this credit real of iald. Court thla ftth day of
sonic'' areis will have material. June, IYaIC'Inull /,
raffle( '' p,rfl,,n of th. eatery, way to President,,, Johnson If necessary "dry ft mat* in two ,..,.." 1200 per month blackmail. the same is if a student were in ( Court g-al
Sheriff Wilson blackmail Garden Clinic Curtla
,, sunpectej R. Barnea
?file IndltaM! thai Ufxin questioning' by the Shrriff! residence on a university campus
oxyrrhd, I'lrst, phas of th* fCU when the Clerk of Circuit" Court
film found
Alan Kolfor planter was to t
member of th* the man hung requires' that the student ..
up. By i tlpanperDeputy
avttsKd 11'11 (Id, t "11.\ leading In- rrllrU the The weekly Garden CUnlc for
governing !board of ihw Central building of adam contain the faces of the male either be admitted or be in the Clerk
In lh/ Ci| ami MII.A' In Ifmfl t lau and "",t""' ".. florldi' rinr' >d ConIrut it ,.rkr poliidt. purchase Sheriff/ Wilson aald thla auhstanllatet spectatorsInvestfistbms. ornamental plant will be held aura /Mood) 19M.

fulli' '' ,'IUS! Hnirth,,, Odr of Cape" Dblrlrtold( that llorldii'i of 34,000 ,acres of land. ind a rvlief his belief! that bluk-' are continuing Tuesday naming from 10 a.m.I

t1M/ NASA C'u." /.y i J7,45'l, cunitrasslonal, ifpi-gatl| has as- /' canal' at Sobaafliin. mall was 'Involved ii Its tuxritlon. Sheriff Wilson told until noon, it the County CourtHouse A La Maiick Salon in always near 1/oul

MIU' rViulh' (tales< AlA kurrdhalt/ lUll cooprntlon/ In In Tituiville
( )
Smoko Tax On I It nave rental Everyone: \li welcome to bring Melbourne Cocoa Tltusvllle Daytona Boach
TIIUDvlIlM (Cumtiwar l.liw uri'lN III* Pwil( ', "all tli. way "to the Rebate Thursday night' In a Melbourne you
motel Slirrlff In any plant problem they may
irei aurnd
rlh' Mt-nllt J.lawl Itoul I'MeMenl, High In Brevard housing, list it in
Mvw from( Thll loun liri.li Into l iti.g party being have, laid 3. A. HoNe, Asulatant TITUSVILLEt Open .."'. to f p."'. Monday
tmyrni) 4M whlih may mm The Star-Advocate!
Coi'orf held there And found' two women County Agricultural Agent.
-- from lh' houvlnic nnd horn fin- Metixiuni, TKusvlBa Through Friday Saturday 'Til ,..m.t .
anew" luitiu-y,, would 'M mail tflhi and Cim Oitlll recHved: Hgaretle
CONOTONCVI (II, ) alulo i'on*"rv.ll n board, lax rubiies" over. 120,000, for the S"Ics Tax Shows DAVIS LAWN SPRAYChinch

LLSonotone Cunm-rvtttlmi"" Oonrd chairman rmintli of AptII 42 Per Cent Gain t fll a Alw1rf cuIfa.f
HURINO AID CENTER Randolph' ( Hod.i-/ lid th* 'limnifeklnt Carla: rtc.lved. 2",800, followed r f WEIUYE 1D .

of Orlando expedition to Washing by Mellioiirn 120,67TI- Rules tax collection in Brevard STOMP EM .

Murray I, Ln,, DIM, Mer. ton K'lllnr. mid, /luivlll $2.1B38/ EMU Oallla 121!,- County during May jumped TN/ Bugs

Itl' N. MatnelU I Orlsnd*, 421 till) Cmphmla on the drinking water ail, Oicol Narh12,472, Kixk- i whopping 43 fff cent ,.
."""rllllll i In the Cap arm ,is ,..,1101,321/ / Bslelllto Beach Ifl./ this' year over luiit. Ctilln llonn in t ,
CHARLES BLADE lit r new tomrjit, In the rciJ'i tt- 124, Pulm Bay" $2.T52, West. MeliNinrno May thla' yftar totaled $501lt2 }1 Fungus ..

RARE forts In gel i MOO /million, wilrrcontrol 12,007, Indlulunllc 12,. tninpuri'd to 407,9fl8 a year ago .+ Worms t x"i
COINS program, furled In the\ 2)19) Cup Canavml' 11,741,, Indian Can tax collections showed a i

W. tuy IIH) Pay Mr UPIMT/ HI John nivrr VAlh.y, Harbour Death t'lUO' Melbourne 24 per tent Increana during tin/ '' o Fertilization r
Lartail Hack tf Cains AriwnstTradewlnd All Burch/ Utlfl/ and MAlubu12u1
adore! fund to th* ref inMM. ame period' up from $377,652 '"''
N. Ortega-Orhn/r.d8 AfOr .._ ., cdx
c' la Hi to t4115,14113) thin "
-- year year .
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POOLS Whr 'M' In 1
.> PlarM.. |I".. OWINTIAAAI20, INC 1 ,
/rah l N IvIrIANInr OvAINy ern, r.ulNaalr 1I d
MOI I. Celenl: pr, rN/rrn. Ilrrrh nA bwrrl I
Orland a/l-11N
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'HiPifi HOP"Irerythlnp 'OK IVIKY HOUfl. 'eJ

Par Ysur Per -\ ,, M y r

f may Cvllara liaihil TAyIIudp *f NIW IMTRNA .Ji' / u 1 care-free

FltN, till! CelleO ,'-rI{tite Ic
r"TP'" 111,11.r 42141)1 ,
wN, drAngr, Orlan**, OA l-l4l Nw tmvrn. aarRhrr. r', n r: -, : cuts I

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.! r Mrttornolrtnoi; the way you like 'It none extra wllh perms _
Not all leaders born
r Of ORLANDO are cut alone, 200.
U4rda |.Irr/ ...' ""
*/" ftONIN OHAMIiH Art, Y comparable value, 12.50 . 6.95
nOr N. Mills' Orlsnd OA I-OIII r. tiMAKim 4tn,
comparable valu 25.00 .95
Lure Halrslyllnt Nowf' THE FLORIDA SHAVEn 5r

WOODY'S1I.1"'yll"g SERVICE each priced complete with o ronAluomnr
Kll Maksi Iholrhhawr' ( Service tlDampon
Instltut PlcUrf, Trained, ., farsanntlParli ,' r.norallnd 111,1.4
2104 Mcllo I In lntk .bmo Hair cut r.,
81, > Day lirvlc NIGHT OWL SPECIAL

Orlando, 424-1)73 Itl M. Onero-Orhnde 14 Year liparliM I OA J,1WJOiborne I r S loJJ f, M. Stylists Price
._-... ..- ,..I I : I MIIIrWUrTe.chwi.sabelli
<: flUlhtly Illiher
*f La Marlck All Pur-'
SUPPLY CO. Popped Shompa.
PO" "
Lumber" h Building Materials' some are made
Retail Value 97c
"tvrylhlno: for Ih* Builder" Furniture Co., Inc.

Dial Preeway at Cand1, ; r
New Smyrna barb j 'INTIftlON OICORATINO

Call Gllultlr0al : MAPI HIII I. ... CARPITIWALLTOWALL Th,,- ilh"i kindkoms ilwvt li wh.t you mi'jM! 4. Thi Hvtly VI(hit low on testate |>l J. Thi MilKtjiiilifll /- Chtry.IllIn
MO I INSTALLATION CARPITI < ull | Iwo lims Win./ ...,. Dodp 14 Ilia Delia, ,m brtkai and 32,000 null Interval t bttwuM '
MOM OP PIN! ltlilft"t''n" IncrMta Ian year wd conHnun'" toMl males| |'"N jobs, t TKt wild 'sy II'.put totrthei: 'E4 DodgeARCO
DODGECAHS PURNITURIORIXILiml Ind tint" Theses Mfr aIN maikl, l4.' with I hilly' nillid, nnpnUKtid\ body J, The
lIt elMtllled' 119M Dodge Ol, I'"low'" (plod!MrIM
"idM', ilht( will' ) fOld and Chevy)
AND TI\UCKS I took kit SM w. teal lika ant. Ptoplt*lMhivl BEAUTY SALON
PENNSYLVANIA' = an*,ana who,Inddtnlilly.I in liKling mill II llMsa Iran kki pitltf and, nMSoni /IN kuytnia DOIIIII DMIIIII 0 CH Ig1AM n !!
DODGE DART fit P,.lmr>* 4111021' kindl al the can la ,istotd numbe,.. w> Ihty tt. jOin "Ins" lunnf. n| (rend.Mian.' who ai.1.ftk. rhODe AM 7-6S65
Com pl.'* perU D.prlmntTrilntd H.w Imyrn* 'eachBONDHOWELL .. L ID*tooki t Th..* roomy, and rilher'' Desk/ InISIKNS. hanijn.. .Hn. look and. .M. al tM .tow ,Her laU Tltuivlll Shopping
Mchinlei -.- -- -- 1 Tka and uvmi r III lamous Slant tit Tar H hid Mam at roar Dtpandsbl (Mia Dwler't. Center

INDIAN DODGE INC.Hopkins South't Latgrtt and Ltadiiig Beauty System


101 N. Orange Nerlh PUrMa'i torte Dealer & Harrison Streets Titujville Florida MEET 0.1EXPlRT STArr: .....
K.w Smyrna Beach i "Th.r.'. A Material/ DI".IIC''IV' J I Dee Smith # Patty Brown Peggy ties!!

TI L. 4?"4fl4 /err. frlmla, I InN bdldhq.. .III 'TMt war MOM IHOW NUCTV CMirx voim Inru IISTINS I Ann Robinmn Dot Hall Tbelma Locke, Mjr'

warA'/r' .- ,w f mytna Both aI1ell .l .

M +r"MMMNer

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It has been brought to the at mittee
tention'of this write (that some Ore fiot :
local people} -including members
(jf the Brevard County Demo. And,
Critic Executive Committee-are
upset I over Uils writers resignUun County
,! from that committee I II ,
well 'an' one Item that appeared. recently :
In this column recently ,rish i
It la always nice that such,people simply i
make such criticisms known Be J ;
to others and not to the persons Just as
of whom they are being critical publican ::'
In other words they haven't con level,
faded the writer-but have
spoken to employees of the Star-
Advocate Instead. bids ','
Frankly, I If they have 'any enger !
question or any' criticisms or lessor
anything to say to the writer, or has .
about the wrltvr, we invite them ding ;
to come Into' the office on Main 'Went
Street <( Avenue), or to telephone us Th rsda t
either at the office or al home. same 't007"I/ ",
Both numbers are In the telephone opened
book and.the front door of loader !
the office is. open usually, from /grated ;
7am. to 8 p.m), and oftentimes) a mix. b
at night.: tractor '
The writer resigned from the ,/ 1
Democratic; ,Committee for two the car \
renonl-One because It la Impossible but the ,
to attend the meetings around 4
(and we"feel to ,belong to an or with (the i '
ganizaUon" members should at.
tend If they want to make the 'organization \
I work) and secondly .
because the writer had been criti at .
deed for campaigning In behalfof error /
a candidate in the Democratic ;
primary (it Is the writer's the .
understanding that Committee Brevard :'
member are not supposed to do '
that). '
The writer didnt feet that he
could, In good faith, serve under ning ,:
those circumstances runway ( '
The writer feels that there are course),
members 'of the committee who vey was \ I<( ( l I
seated I '
do and have participated,!* behalf engineer ) )
of individual candidates In
primary, election
We also feel[ that there are at the : \ ;
committee members why do not down' ;
live up to one of the conditions ruin / ; ) I
of membership: to support ALL
Democratic candidates in the said, "\ :
and find ; ; :
die'o'C ; ;
We personally, know of..mem. :: I
ben who have stated they didn't
vote for the late President Ken city !
ncdy, nor for Truman, nor for ry / <<
Stevenson nor,for HoosewltXalJ, ; a, i
Democratic candidatesOthere: "zing :. : : ''
have Indle.tt'd'they' probably Cousin: : :
won't vote for President John there
you &go
sonYou can't be that way and be a City : : :
member of a Democratic com unions : :
Most people '
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a :gars 1"p' Chrysler's new prices really are. ,; t. .

"COME ON IN... a' > Do "ou'l 1 :, ,..

,t" .
1.. Wt find that ma.y people think a Chrysler is t high-priced ear ..1 t "

10 1 Quite frankly, son* models are :, : v'1't ...
o t 1 But what many peojdc don't realize i i. that some Chrysler models are .'\{

actually priced lower than a small car equipped the way you'd want it. 1 ".\

MILLION Take the Chrysler Newp *t sedan Manufacturer' suggested retail price is'' t (t,

only '1')01, not including the variables like state and local taxes, destination ,"

h DOLLARRATE charges and oprional equipment That's $2/)\ -which includes such good

things as a 361-cubic-inch V-8. Th kind of engine you'd pay extra for on a II' ,.
smaller car.Interesting, : f
: ire i REDUCTIONfor : isn't kf, ,:'1
J t ',,'
Then why stick with the smaller jobs? They can't muster the room, the

ride, the luxury or the performance you really want-no matter how many t

I ; FP&L I extra-cost options you put on them

C"-X : ";
',; '" ...'\,
New. more thaa gilt' ,'. .
eve before...iUswhoU > :; -, .'" -
lot cheaper
. 1 to 10 1W Jctr :1D f .
a,, ;1; your kitchen, i
Q -
laundry- your
entire homer
: than to
\ a .urn a combinationfatnricM.. : -ff

Electricity( casts so
little, yet does 10
rack forth*


Friends J low to some over...and your In winter from tb*same compact wilt
whole family has men sip for better Today's electric air conditioning .la
living and Manor fun. 1&'. such a a marvel! of tried and proven dependability e.
treat to beat the beat Quieter and more efficient than 41
Electric( air eonditiooers cool the air ever. Better looking. .. trimmer and ,$ rti. I. h1
awl keep Is fink and aweet-sraeUing slimmer Wide choice of sizes and / Chiysler Newport 4-Door fafe*
...control the humidity...liter out model Prime: are lower too! Enjoyed
dost and po&....block out outeidenofrMM. by over a million Flondlans in their Too,too,ran take
; Brin( tartans tuoltxi on the 00_ Provide your family with Jt4. adrnoUi tiwraduraltUctrfantes. *.of

hotlMtday And with yMrcimnd. ra*.n-cycU many SM banefir.your appliance,. ._ dealer Of airconditioning biffer; ..hewnJn ..aa even Co 1M your Chrysler dealer -the bttt .! the big. car men.ur aw5st.aevaru 0 tJ? ;14aaGc:,ln't

mocUis yOu r a.'''yoy pocy warmth contractor today. your budget. l Ie weteft ..It 141. tut toe 01,11', Thw1M .N/C.. .TV hldayl

)' r.d e nirfch tlrrtwithywr Power*
-- 1NJ
) w.JJJf.!
'. !! light Company
sew, eajp11 rate frIll" pepaaetatite.
ft. 1 1'II P/wll b ii ''IT COMPANY
e.11. ,Ytl1111.4 ?. M Iel I I BREVARD MOTORS CO. 815 N. Magnolia Ave.

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.Pied..; 2-1 Tlwsvllb ,f/tlrlds, ...,.AdvlC." Monday, June I, 1964 -
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i ;(ubbing Is 3.Part Plan..Pack, HomeAndBovsFi GRADUATION C.v Just fa In Tim for 7 m. Eeke l rat 'ceal'P ; ;' 51rm'M

\ "CUbt>lng Is i three-part plan- With thoie word of praise, cubbing., Smith, one year pin; model Indian village and- other N 1111 1?, N.raM.Lnwu1 NNYnN n.m1, w'.IINMh wlNn ,
1h-> Pack, the Home and the Willis A. Morton, assistant District Prior to the presentation, parent Randy Mines, Wolf Gold items built by the Cub during Ini-m.nr n. -
'llayi and to witness a Pack Commissioner, presented a and guests had an opportunity Arrow silver arrow; David their weekly den meetings.
I Jnreting. such at I have today I'd 1 trophy to the pack for its super t to see one of the most colorful Webster one year pin Dcnner; LADIES' t
s ,r\" this plan i la very much at lor programming and at a tokenof and exciting meeting of the Tlmmy Dickson, Denner; Tim. especially MEN'S 17-J COUPON TUES. b WED. SPECIALS

.>< r4> In Cub Scout Pack 320" appreciation In Its effort of year as the boy drained a* Indiana my Mathison Bear; Dale Day, ailstaht *- theme were Mr*. Helen Herman WATCHES

performed. various tribal Denner; Larry Hacker Den I, Mr. Marrlan Munro. COUPON
ceremonies.All Webelo certificate.! Den 2. Mr*. Irene Lord, Den
"braves" joined in a dance After tile rope pulling contest 3, Mr. Jean
around the fir*!! ttt let the Martin Den 6, .. FEEN. -
won by ben ?, thtt! large groli Mr*. Elsie Keller, Den 7, Mr. ro : 1
judges get a closer look at each
costume. The difficult choice enjoyed refreshments and itroil- Barbara Miller, ben 0, and Mrs. ... s / Reg. 39e Box of 16'i m .
: cd ardund to lee tho striking Lois Conley, Deh 3. 1 Gum Loxetlv
Wes finally announced with first i. ---.--- ---.---.-.. 1, + Chewing'
place Malhl-oH!ribbon of Den going 7,td whb Timmy was .' . . .-.-.-. .-. .----. r Mint Cimted Gum..

: dressed a* an Apache Medicine t LI",1t I Wltll eNNn,""'> .J 1
ir. Mah. Greg Hefban! of belt i *dhetohd : YOU GET MORE BUSINESS r I

place ribbon. He caught S '

the judge eje* by wearing an i When your phone Is always Answered! L 4lM' :"< imn't eta COUPON .w.
authentic war bonnet made of 0 M t n.i. 17-J .I, ifc __ '
feat bald eagle feather and loaned ww.reer. Yr\w w wMehM teh f tor r SLSI QQHIM. I C H O fT GUM e
it him for the occasion by a INM minr Nr, I
Chief (;lest Eagle of the Cherokeft : N wlkw .Na Ree-
trlbThh'd/! place! ribbon Reg 15e Box of 'c
went to Stotty: Lord of Den 3. f Ituatllle Area Cocoa ft Cocoa Beach A / MEN'S I'I Antacid 9' a
His costume was a1 beautiful and 267-5530 838.7031.

vrry !much detallbtJ example ofthat I I. . . WAITHAMWATCRPROOF ( limit. a With eNNn Thru W.*. 0/10
worn by} the flalhs Indian. .
Aa 1 ipeclat prize little Leslie
Wolkhr iertlvd recognition for W4TNN(! I? COUPON '

her Indian cdstutf t made by het :: : '

ninthcrtubtflintbr. FLORIDA FASTEST GROWING Ihwn, wlkh+k, I PAN.. A TDDTHhNhlr PASTE

Frank Keller Iu". "_.. 1k4. I
wearing a1 bright Lreech clout A..1 ..Nam.khn1

L- and headdress, introduced bach NATURAL GAS +I l.{? ant Nrr.n Reg. 75e King Sill 46CCJ
.. e
a den is they c.Me!! forward to present "S u/ae'ir:.. Tube. gSD
their tribe ceremony. TITUSVILLE

Cherokee, Comanchei, Semi- ,, 4 v Limit I With Coupon Thru W.*. /SO
notes, Apache, Sioux and Black- 14 I
feet took their turn around the
City ell Company of Florida has brought
tribal fire. The Wcbelos then COUPON''
told the story of the Wolf Trail. natural gas to.Brmrd County. Live modem LADIES'GRUEN
At part of'the awards program and save moni'y'with n.turallU for cooking, BC POWDERS
Charlei Bradshaw, Neigh horn hiatlhg i sir conditioning, clothis dryIng orWALTHAM
bbrhbtd i tiommlttlorier:' Cocoa, mater heitfhg and many commercial' I a a
25e Package
Industrial 1.r Reg.
\ ippllcitiont. Through our subsidiary
received Lirry Hacker Into Boy C
Seoul -Orl-Ca* Corpor.tlon-w. alto supply l.alw tf tIr\I of 6 Headache 11
tiling symbolic ker
"THANK YOU* AbDY"> With tears streaming! dowrl chief and slide1!! presentation.! the Unlit bottled gas throughout the county ii X11 1 1hlm.rw arY.avwa'wlkh.w Powder
U All City Gas and Dri-Qas buitomin Mea Nrh1I1
her face, Patti Sturchio receives diploma and kiss an ... .
loving N wllew
Other sward were: Gary serviced by union smaloy***. Limit I Wtll CNNn TIIP1I w. /i.
from her father, Rtverview Gene
I Elementary principal
Smith Wolf and Gold I* 4I M. LUt
Sturchio during commencement exercises Thursday night Arrow; f. Idl "' A duo A kwN.I .
for tommy Cannon, \\foit. Gold Arrow COUPON fM1CRIN I
graduates of Titusville High.-(S-A Photo). I
J Billy Uolt Bear; Tony Mo- 11pp
Clone, one year pin; Jeffrey '
Gray, one year pin; Chris Ban FOR ""O"MATION ON SIRVCi, CONVXR.ION' RATea.CALL I ANTSEPtIC:
Library Drive nister, Wolf Gold Arrow; Mark .a.COCOA..e44 I TITuaVlla AM' T.efe., I M1la0URN.FA 41.0 MEN'S '.
1 IRe,. gee Large
I GRUEN Bottle of Blue 63C /

Gets UnderwayA Scale, and mite problems? AUTOWINDn't' I Llm,' I With CNN' ThP1l w..d. I/i.

1 !? Nw 505
M .ulowln*
drive for contributions to special attention for documentation w.khNila d 1.l
the John F. Kenncdyf-Mcmorial purposes." : '. '' i >t COUPON JA
It. r' t
Library has begun among cmploycei Tho library to ho built In the 1 wllwl, Nil"A' MEXSANA
of the National Aeronautic IT1.N _
Boston are will house a collection I
and Space Administration. nf material which reflect the L"Lbb

career, the hope and the achievements \ i HEAT POWDER
The area NASA chairman I I. of President Ken. ''Reg. 89c 6leCon. ox. 56C
Albert F. Siepert, Deputy Director nedy. Medicated!
of the John F. Kehhed
Space Center, NASA. In opening Contributor: will be asked td LADIES' Lime, I With c..... ""P1I w... ul14 / [j

the campaign which run .sign a register/ which will b! peal;. r 1 j DIAMOND I A
through June 10, Siepert told: marit-nlly! preserved In the! lib .. I ID Ii. It GRUEN

"I think we ,herein the Cape rary. WATCH Y COUrON )

Kennedy area have a greater, Llalw mmN. 1Y MINERALe
than usual share In the I life and \ w .khEwaN SQUIBB'S ,
times of President Kennedy. Finest
Certainly those of who have Compere up $J IU I
u* Folding; 44 '
$150.00 Reg. 1.19 full Quart
been with the
apace program ChairValue 63C
under previous administrationswill 1 Bottle Heavy

recognize that the late President l. LAD'S t
really did take a direct and /. 21-J WATCHES LI"'I'{ I Willi ONNI TIIP1I WII.. lIiO
personal Interest In what wenton //nkua11 NrAt
Jpwl nkhwNlkh
here at the 9,
i III m\n- S..!. COUPON ??52
Noting that President Kennedy $5.9, tml rakes Mr )Ib ------ --
visited the Capo three\ .a. saw-\\ww to IIIN "OLL-ON
times during the three years of DEODORANTRegular

his administration, Siepett said, $3!! 9Be
"!Ie, all' alone, and the apNlalae
on recommendation I
Extra Large 59 .
of then Vice President wa rlS. Nwgd sY"e". ..
Johnson made a key decision r.Al.rlwywNaa.Za: ; ""' ""q' ./ f o. Six

as far (is we are concerned crick sttt4rt t e I a
g orge "
> Limit' I With ewM Thru WX. v"
that, of is the Manhec* I II
course !j [I ft,niO., ...d.Cvt I till
Lunar Landing Proitram. Oo .n. tm CL I 201
rOIl M ,Mo'1W.' ]-4574 .
"Therefore when the question tar lAST ROBINSON ORLANDO Ijl ,
first CLime up for tho creation FIGHTr I'I.'. 'hi, j ; COUPON

of this library, the Cape was a TItusville -''Toll Free!
key area which was picked out DOG FOOD f
Dial AM 7.6859 I fl IIG !ib! !IIII
by the curator at one worthy of III I II ; li
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June I, I 1M Tltuivllle (Florida) Iter-Advecate Page '3-B
American Opiomelric Assn. Prexy To Address Group 11 11Pro

N i Y !
, e' W Judd jhlrman.? President a> a speaker. He was named In the Air Force

Fish 'EmBr r.t'th. American Opiome Optometrist of the South" by Rotary I ,
in trio Association, will speak at the Southern Council of Optome Me attended "

on swards dinner given bs the try In 1961 wail President of Florida, and. was siso.o0 ''I ,rn:

( 'Charlie" Alton) or three years ago, we had a worm'! social Indian ion River June Optomt'trlc'9.t Ramon, the Florida State Board of Op- Optometry Northern ?, ) $4,90$2'.fl, uo I $34.3
and 1 Is active In the Needs'O. 54$. ci
real bad dry spell and Just about I'd world
You know, always
It wasnt bat enough when Restaurant ?, TAXES EPA1ES, ETC,"I. .
all the fish were killed Now, Bred about these plastic "Sand American Optumrtrlc Founda
will\ be In
The affair recognitionof
they threw railroad track
a they seem to be makin' a comeback Fleas. Out the oilier day i fel (tan IU wan awarded an hon See Loan Company
across the only road to the north and If a feller gels H the Icr tnld me that he had caught various Individuals through orgy pa.'lor. of Ocular Science \ I !

and welt part of Merritt Island, right place he can hare i bill a pompano on one of 'em. So I out the county who have helped degree. by the Southern College Star AVI TITUSVILLI.

at least you could Hill BO out of A lot of them are too little to guess they must work pretty further the visual welfare, and cat Optometry, Memphis, Tenn For '{ ... ... --"-"--' .

your way a few miles, and drive keep but they sure are fightm' good! He caught him out In !the safety of the populace /f 1IQA pjesldint who Printing Get Quick Rtsylts, !
alongside the track till couldgo
you little rascals If a ten,pounder turf, of course Anyway. I'm Dr. Chapman. Is Jiighjy.) reputed pls3ccr5 ID ,TilJhlhu'p)l !", also It
again them little ------- -
the way ones fool
scraps glad to know that they II "I "
Now, there's a cable strung do, you never could pull 'em In. pompano! ? r i
across that roadway and a big >

sign hankin on It says: "NO Mo:t times, when you' hook a Fo*) Lake fikhin Is kinds messed '

TRESPASSING" It Is Just good big fish you can tell what up again for a while. Theyare "i''
possible that by the time this he is by the way he fights But pumpln' out sand for a bath ... 5'5Ot5' ttntn? 7 i 7 !I 'rt l l lr ,.

gets Into< print, action may betaken l\e been fooled twice ui; the last in' beach area, among other "T p'ilftl' 'n i'' i
!PEG 79, TASTE 0' SEA (IN MARKET! ) 1 t ; r E i
to have !that reitrictwi week by big fithi One time I things, and the water is pretty "l I SAVI

lifted, but I really don't expect hooked a good fish, and be came muddy I guess It'll be real nice :' C Fish Sticks1 1 59x y INi .
that to happen! flyln'! out of the water quite a when they get it all done, to : r" i

Anyway, that are still open to the public, have bet anything that t he wak And speak of Fox Lake ti h1n' ( '"',, iG Fti REG ,/ '

more fish are bein' caught: out a big bass, 'cause he came fly too, Neil Harbst told me the other t ; ; 191 '

on the Island !than have been la' out of the water just like one. day that be had seen a IS lb n Can k.

taken for quite I while. As' And til I got him clear up to the pound bass jome; out of that lake.

matter of fact I saw some fellers boat, I still wain't loo sure Just to they ain't all little fellers out

wadin' and fishln' a few days the name he was a great big mud there

ago, In a place where I I've never fish'! Sure, if he'd turned just
seen anybody catch fish be. right, and opened his mouth at Butch Alton (that I my older OOD

fore; and I've never been ableto the right time; then I'd never boy) and George; Partelow went +s STOats, i ii

catch any !there myself These have mistaken Mm for a bass. up to the railroad! bridge shrimp Ik;.,,.. ,,",,,,,JiutIVIiniuiil IIIll; ,,, .

I guys were in a little old pond But when he was so far away, In' the other night, and Butch 4 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

I guess there must have been and jumpin! just right I sure got 291; shrimp. I don't !know how -I PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE IOTH
five or aix of 'em and they couldn't tell for a while. And 1 "
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I many George got, but he had a NN sae rue CO.VHIONT IM4EXTRA
Wt'1'wadln'\ around in water then I hooked real nice big fish
t that was doggoned near over and he fought/ real hard. Only I whole dogjoncd tub full'! I'm : .X94'' SWifT PREMIUM
afraid I'd be .
I their head. And they were< figured ho was a mudfish, 'cause
a shudder before I got that % STAMPS
Cotchln' bream like crazy One he unfed to go to the bottom.
I many of the crilt rs. That dip frank B
I feller had a little boat, and he And then he came flyin out of pin shrimp ems Into work faster j $ ,or con
must have been right chose! toa the water, real close, and there _
than mot t anything I know of I
good bream bed, 'cause he just v,asn't any two ways about It -
kept pullin' 'em in as fast as he he was a big old bass! Matter of \, d l's ,. 2) Extra Stomps with Sunnyland"

could string 'em They said thero fact, lie was one of the biggestones FOR ATHLETE S FOOT Chopped Ham e*.. 59'

were bass In that little pond, I've ever had on a line VM Keratolyllc. Action 23 Extra Stomp with Cook.Qulk Chopped
Rerun .Ie.eh..55 she ,.,..-..
too, but I didnt see anybody and h* wouldn't there! And 39.
stay ton mrr lirulfhr thin apiece| II. 4ls. Sirloin Steaks 4 89'
l.rt ilik-4lr)1 ln* T.1I..ld, Lb
catch them that doggoned mudfish, I could ,. ., ..y rirur. .,..... If krrliltllr n.|- ? .
I'ye been calchin bass out in net t gel: him oft my line-at least, pl..d I. a II'\.. e.e 40, ....10. 's il1.-7' '1 23 Extra Stompi with Cook Quik
sam, of those ponds that 1 not till I broke my line, and let 5.5 5,5555.011"1"1.era ",,_. "flllo"\ T....../.,eels/r,...". '''''''' Peppered Steaks 10....89'

hadn't t fished for a long time. Two him run off with my plastic 5,5,5...........".r.Tun..,tr I'h.1.111. 1...rur Ihr.,,shed5n0' ,.... 6 lc SO Extra Stamps with Tamow

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MISTER BRCGER we won't brag we are "friendly"Wed .

o .. e seer ,
Crossword Puzzle

A rather let you be the Judge. honcbt Both go without saying.

ACBOH u.Woody 11.Covered

TELEPHONE 1.claap Ornamental perennial with email J ., v J I n A I> We think it's aorta overdone and maybe silly Our courtesy and consideration for people are

feMllkflahl poss.Bingen. X. A DOWN consecrated Her.figures ('I') I I ) I I I It. the way everybody claims to be the "friendly" fill. things we don't have for sale. We give 'em away,

cup II An r Ing station or peanut stand or something, these days. warmth and sympathy for
Dinah_ X Bulky English i )" 7- along with personal your
10. Musical piece oftimber tavern ,'. ) T
Instrument III Greek to be the pleasantest bank
We just hope
12 Heathen S Persia letter i i I We wouldn't think of bragging that we are problems.

14 lSWoreh1r eOlckname> 4.punish Of 22.21.Fuel Movable y d friendly. That would be like bragging that we are [for miles around!

ment barrier T-"""7'I1aIeWA

13 Surface of I.lxeluna24.: .Merely 11.Arena RIVER PLAZA
rough lion Consume. from sleep t
fabric 6.Roll 29.Girl aname U.: The clark brevard national bank
Guatemala of of thl day STATE ROAD 50
1 Indian money aL 30 Rlvert U.Wlt.b Uto
I) 18 End Fragrance N.Y. wlIII1t1a
I I4.a 20. Baggage a Block of SI Traps u,1'I1IDaq !
33.Reverberate wood to u.-or -

.Cry of check wheel a S3 Stuff floor ea.=abIIP.:" tas. NO,CHIP ASKEDME yncac tame THERE' BCBBX ODFWFIAT DID HE .2 1CHCOSE FLEAS

bt* a lamb 0.rreaneU .&Not gtltteral 4E.Opetu pe 1. TO DRIVE HIM i JACKSONTHESMARTEST FOR HIS AND THEIR
net I Z 3 Ii 5' 7 IJ: 0
JS.Unaccota.panled ? rr BIOLOGY tl' OUR CUSS

Veterinarian! Doe your office happen to be on men at* j ,

the second floor I' it party Escape*itS4 I 12. I __ p cv or

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99 Mother ofIrlrtgodj 3 f.5:! O 5

Ann Landers h 40.Petty ....
I n quarrel 2f /.1 $J .
I 41 Apple seed "

Hesitation w: C
Bound II
Pajama Parties 44.Town ta 35 37 :;v 0; J>7 .. ALLOFAeUDDENILOOK I WELL, I'LL JUST TAKE /GEETIIAT CHOCOLATE}

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Dear Readers: Remember the the best psrties of nil ...Mums. STEALING COOKIES .
:t4- -.lalclter from the college girl who From Lexington, Ky.: As I factureeMEipeot JARJI/ /

e wrote home the else had been in Kappa Alpha Theta I can tell with 4* !SO .:

: tiled to I '.acd pajama party, )'ou that no sorority here upon- eonfldeae e

: sponsored by her nororltyT The core pajama parties. The .Irakiultles "- 11.PoUlIIL' 51 % l

-r family. WJK hocked and 10 wm"I put them on. Everyone Btotlur fl- -tt

:- But of course, I attended wean under wear and nobody --

: college back around the time hal ever gotten Into trouble> bt a laughing! and these get'up Waterloo ,

e earth's crust cooled and much pajama party so far is I are tide splitters, / I { I IFr

: hat changed since then: ". know, Its the motel pmlits Davenport, Iowa: I went to Ann Landers will be glad 'to I

: I hvlltd the current crop of that are dynamite Moinlngsida College In Sioux: help you with your problems
Send them to her In
of this
e college: ,student to due ,me. Sun Bernardino, Calif: Here City, Iowa when you did (Class care b

: They did. By the thousdnds I *t 'Valley College we have psjimi of '40)) and maybe we didn't have newspaper self-addressed enclosing a stamped .

was told that coed pajama part. parties and they lie approved pajama parties but those bay envelope. -
Tics of the administration rides and barn parties were OHONI WELLMR. MY COMPLIMENTS
are very much a part by so you
1:01: THII 'Ol'IITY ]
campus life and 1'n ust' be know they are 0.K. Some nut pretty swlngln littlo'Il>Clals. HURT OP HHEVAKD COUNTY atruore MUST I GUESS WE'LL

iquare as, a .chair or I'd have U' always trying to push things Remember! WHITEY fLOIIIUi IK PMUHATK: m HAVE JUSTHAVETO NOW PAYI:

known oil about these gay romps too far, which: happened here Dear Whitey: Speak for your Kellre el Flue. Tines Report BROIENI SITHEREIN ruJ
complete with mattresses last year A' freshman girl ai If, Duster. I don't remember ate Applttallen) far ll..-... .. THE DARK. l3dg9

'. Have look at' the mull: showed up In i black sheer a thing person.NOTICH that le flnai hereby report live cud. le a pit.cation all. I

Dear Ann Lander.: Please do nightgown with i matching ne.- Ann Arbor, Mich: At the University : for dlaoharce ae AdmlateIralor -
of the Mettle of Leo Emery
: not print the name of my city ligee She was asked to leave. of Michigan pajama Dowdy, deveaaed have .bees filed )a :

or my aororlty Two years ago I'm sorry to say three fellows parties are outmoded The Roman by the Court underelKned, and that In on the the ahovealyled let X I ?

our Greek group gave a pajama left with! herChicago1 toga parties are In. We day of July 11M4 application will. 4'1 0.4'1
he made to the Honorable viral
party We .removed all the : At Northwcvtein the wear bedsheets and candela Conkllni Judce of laid Court, for t

furniture and put a mattress pujumn parties are Yiwmville Peoria, 111,1 t Here at Bradleywe final approval itlaiherfe of old aa report provided and hy law for % aDk Air

down on the floor which 1 Is the compared with the Evanston do have coed pajama pt.rtlcs Dated tale t ISth,. Drawilv day of May, IIW4.Jiaeph u

custom: We also put bed In beach parties. I've been to both and they are hke. Sunday A. Admlnlairator of the ONE MORE

tie miner and hired,._ jtrotcsicnol and .boln-n.n,ng there! U. n> scliool ,picnic K.late Urawdy. of, deoeaaedD Leon .Emery. WHEN WILL MY T-\SHOUU>SITTING IT' MR, rAAABITSHORTONMONEy ABOUTjBIVINS ME AN ADVANCE HOW NOBODY DOWN ERIC TURNS I

photographer to take pictures comparison! Toitance,! Calif I never got H. O.M Hon Martin SIS MJd rii-TrrriiiriirnLuiio i ABERNATHX' ON COMMISSION? I VAN DABBLER I

of the couples In bed. We Terre Haute, Ind: At Kilt Into trouble at a pajama party I'lant City.. Florida VAN CWBBlERf 'SORRY ICAN'T AND GETS AWAY .
,thought our parents Would Attorney fur AclmlnlltrelorMey I 11'1I I
get It was at a picnic that I nut my WITH ITj
college the pajama partln spoil- 15, June I, 1. 15 iMon I IM4 ,
a boot out of (the snapshots. We I --- ----- --- : DlDrrrIIRING 1J 1Jd
fraternities and
cored the
.... were w f I o r1 r. Unfortunately,
sororities ne 1004 pure, ,All t My
some parent have no sense of Greek letter societies lore subject GEORGE M. McCUTCHAN C Lv 1 1r oa j CHECK.BOOK. -

that humor wag heard They In sent the up Dean'a howl of. : to the rules ot the Panhcllenlc '. Mortgage Broker i iI iJ ihe.4 it

Council( and If they wercn I
flee That was>> the end of pajama
decent they'd be axed
parties on our campus and I Competitive. Rates Residential
Baltimore': At Johnny Hopkins i
think Its a shame They were dltl
Insurance Co. Fund. Commercial
we have I annual Pajama Ball Ih 6.0 r ed

Most of the kids were flannel Local Service Development
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nlghtuhlrta type nightgowns -
or granny -

: They irent the leas!
bit exy, You know perfectly "\.: .:.:-..;.:=--;:

well that nothing sdlous Is goIng 300 Meonolle Avenue t fe1'
-,lit us vtlU ,, 247-7121 I '
to happen when kids are

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William Holden 10:00 ('h. 1 I M.r : t Projetl. ffelllroal > Ch. a leneral HninlUI, ,: !
('h .I N.... d Juaollo 1m: ria. a N... nniila. Rdwarderd vI
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-- Monday, June I, 1H4 YNvOIN.lP1.r4daIs..M..ess. | ,.. $-1

Two Seperate 4-H Camp Project Apollo: -- Cape Employees Gel Cash AwardsCash L

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suggestion! awards have proposed an Improvement in ventilation
I Sessions Set For Brevard Man To The Moon, been presented to six employees of enclosed room and

II .4. of the John F. Kennedy Space wa awarded $25.

I f .... t.I Center' NASA who submitted For her idea concerning forms
I This year, for the tint time In live camper may choose to 'e' New AI LibraryThe hrntflrial Ideas adopted by the
Improvement, Ellen Little, formrly -
the of craft while another .
history Brevard County, sign his Center. .
trv ; assigned to the Personnel
two separate 4 H Camp sessions camper may choose a craft suchas following new books have 1| "" ,, '" I Ruth Bernstein, Technical Information <
: 11 Office, received $15 Ann
will be held. lannpmaklng, In the swimming been received at the Titusville 1 # Office, received $15 ;
j' \ a Kuchta, Security Office won a
Three hundred girls will Jour. class, the camper Is Public Library, announced Mrs. sward for her Idea. concerning/ $73 award for the use

ney to Camp Cloverleaf, located grouped with those of her own Jean Swldihukl, Librarian: an Improved system for NASA of a tlmesaving' suggesting form concerning

near Lake Placid, in Highlands ability, and instructed in thetol'rt't't Adult Clipping Files' James A Foster, security Investigations and

County, next week. These methods of swimming Project Apollo: Man to the + vv N ( Muhanlcal and Propulsion Systems Charles W, Biumbaugh,; Facilities

girls; will be divided Into twj 411 Camp offers an opportunity Moon by Tom Alexander; "Good was awarded $125 for his Division) was awarded $100

groups, with the girls from the for fun and maintainsthe Evening" by Raymond Swing; Migfjcmion' involving a revised for his Idea which resulted In

Titusville and Cocoa Areas high standard.toward which Your Florida Garden Soils, 500 means of torque setting on the 'improvement traffic safetyat
all phases of the 4 K In
leaving Friday morning, June progiam quest ion and answers by Scion Block II Holdown Aims, ElmerL the ntirwHon( near Launch
5th and returning, June 0th. the county are directed. In addition N. Edson; Teenage Fishing Given, Facilities Division, Coinlex 34
consideration Is
,The girls in the Merritt Island given to. Stories, A. L Furman, Edit; -- .-. --
safety, supervision, adequate
Cocoa the proper The of
Beach Areas and Origins Teapot Dome byJ.
shelter, first aid, exercise,
Leonard Bates
_ Melbourne-Eau Gallic Areas
w sleep and the uplifting of the
- will be leaving Tuesday, June If You A
ideals of 4.H members. Adopt Child by Carl
9th and returning June 13th. and Helen Waglcy; An Introduc ur pars
4 H Club 'Nol'k Is under the direction sa
The purpose of the two Camp lion to Brazil by Charles Wag | . R txTIMATgINou1p FTRUSSES
of your County Home _____ __ ,
scsxkns is to enable the many ley; John, Men and Machines '
qualified girls in Brevard Counly Demonstration Agent and County Charles Markham, Edit A RECEIVE TROPHIES -. Pictured above mss and Lisa McGlone, Second row, left

to /have an opportunity to en- Agricultural Agent. They. Jouinsl of the Pilgrims at; Ply with their instructor, Miss! Becky Chewn- to right, Teresa! Turner Marsha Urn ricks,
represent the Florida Agilcultural left the girl who received trophies Roberta Oilman Sharon Jlqlmcs
Joy the many enriching experiences mouth by Dwight B. Heutli, A ing, ( ) are Cheryl
that can come only through Extension Service, which Fair Day's Work by NicholasMonlarl'Ml tor outstanding uchio\enu.nts dur Rose, and Laura Wilkes; Second row, Miss

camp experiences.At is a part of the University of ', The Keepers of the ing the baton twirling classes sponsored! Chewning, Vicki Avant Diana Blanken-
Florida, Federal extension Service by the Titusville City lUmation( Depait- ship, Nancy Dickason amrjrt-l Moats -
with house by Shirley Ann Grau, A
a planning meeting and the U. S Authorized Sanf" tatorMember Wortofi
Department ment. The girls are in front: Paula llol- (S-A Photo).
the Senior Counselors, the of Agriculture million Years of Man by Rich
Largest Rest Trust Prefabricating SysteM
theme 4H. World's Fair was ard Carrlngton: i T -
The three Home Dl'mol1stra'lion
chosen. Some of the crafts to Agents/ Mrs Sue 0 Young Juvenile tvs out of Mavport, Is a part of a constant reminder' to any po ADDING MACHINE,,R( LLS, only I PANNING LUMBER (0.
be made at Camp by the girls .
are Reed and Raffia Mobilesand Mrs Glenda R Newman and King Bce'le tamer and other large Mediterranean combat initial BKiressir! ( of A !wrlcti', 2Jc each *a,>th, Star.Advocat,
Mis Arlen C Jones will be attending Lighthearted Wondif Tales by ready naval force that serves as dituniinution to keep.the piece. I
Bird Cages, Gravel, Muslin Camp.Volunteer Isabel Wyatt; The Picture Book Office NEW U. S. 1 SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY

and Crash Pictures, Burlap Picluirs of Salt by Anita Brooks, Plants PHONE 267-6183
Lamps, Oilcloth and leader throughout That Heal by Millicent E. Sclam I

Lrathercovered Coffee Cans Drevard County will be assisting ; Chris Plays Small try \ l I''"'IIIIII Winning Warm friends. Mr Florida Since 1950jreclillfJ --- .--
Cutting" Boards and Wooden at Camp with crafts, swimming, Football by C. PaulJatkson, The I I/
bracelets 4.H Camp afford/ an cabin rheck, etc They are: Buckskin .
Colt by David Crew; ,, / Service JIIC.
ideal climate for learning Mrs Isabell! Appleman, Mis How Little Lori visited Times I 0 %. ,I I COCOA DIRECTORY J Ji.nOI

It offers an 'opportunity for Barbara Johnson, Mrs Vena Square by Amos Vogel,

developing the mind, heart, Hansmann, Mrs. Ethel Currey, The Saturdays Elizabeth -'
eye, curs, coordination, ap Mrs. Marie Fontenot, Mrs Bel by /\ C7JJ ,
Ennght. Engineering Space Exploratim Organs Ousters AcctiterltiInstrument
predation, and the spirit of tye Wlttflcld, Mrs Kaye Eshle- UloridaCordially
: Robert Gilruth by
youth man, Mrs. Vera McCauley, Miss HI-FI Glbsen
Frank Waters; Speedy In Oz by
Camplifa. provides an opportunity Phil Mazzella, Mrs. Phyllis Cus- L. Frank Baum, The Silver 1111\\ 1t.r.e Gult.r0
beards (US I.nd
ter, Mrs Betty Fort, Mrs .
( for individual partieipa Princess In Oz by L. Frank I ....
Welcomes Play.rs -- ---
Louise Mauldin, Mrs Joyce *
bon in group activities simulating Baum. Quiet Street by Lois d
Bicldli, Mrs Eleanor Conlan, upset Ropilrt en All Bind Initrument
interest in 4H Club work, Mrs. Paul Keith, Mrs K. G. Dubkin; Doodles the Deer.Hors 'n I SI S. Altontle. Phone SU 3.7231Ceoe.. Beach
- and for special training In sub by Stoo Hample; Edie-Changes You and Your
Evans FamilyRUSSELL
and Mrs. John Robers
ject matter and recreation This Her Mind by Johanna Johns MRS. AUTO BALLS MOBILB S
Older 4 H girls who will be
Is achieved by various methods. ton. HOUCHINS --
To Your New Home!
serving as Counselors will be: TlST DItIVI THI NI-- NOVA TRAILER SALES
Each day the attend rr 1
campers Hostes ,
Carolyn Hipple, Judy Rickards,
21 Different Floor Plan
various classes, of which U
craft class, and one one a swimming Julie Fontenot, Sue Scott Laura Johnson Serving 219 THORNTON AVE.' The State of Florida SAAB ( wM.'s To Choose From
Moffctt, Pam Burchcr, Joyce I""I.ANO PACKWOOD -
Class: In the craft class the McGuire, Theresa Laird, Eileen'! PHONE u / ea.,-...1...../Ira.a' NWN ICLCIINA.NOMIITTIG: TITAN -

camper has a variety of crafts to Marks, Frances Wjlie (Junior), Aboard USS LuceHubert 267.7157 :i.I i.:! SPACELAND SAAB door PINUM'NT T.'.... ..,.. nullwry a. ..s V.T .
choose from, each one suited to Joan' Mauldin, Susan Kataiva 'I 120 Florid Ave., C.cae, JM434 NL N. ./ c.rays. V. a. JIOo 1T.1
the various campers need For /" eM .IUIUf
example, the artistic or imagine-< (Junior), LaVina Kannum, Don ,R. Johnson, USN, son It is our dosiro to make you feel welcome Auto ALBS A SB II-VIC/ I
na Butts (Junior), Kathleen < ; -
Mcdcnhall, Linda Day, Patricia of Mr and Mrs. H. B, Johnsonof and to acquaint you with t your city. HUNTER

Hamm (Junior), Joan Frazier, Indian River City, Is serving
Ann Harwood, Pat Frazier, Marjorie aboard the guided missile frl in LINCOLN, MERCURY, INC.
''fillCIIIIIST1IID Seifert, Elaine Reynolds, gate USS Luce which recently Llnc.ln Continental Lincoln M

Frances Moore (Junior), and hosted the Secretary of the I Salts Porter Servlc ( } 1

I Betty Jean Limb. Navy, the Honorable Paul MNitzr Good Used Car
n nSCIEnCf for guided/ missile fir. If you are new in tho area, a phono IMS W King Certs 1343313AUTOMATIC

Ing demonstration In the McdlUtranean HONDA MOTORCYCLES
Stock Investment call will bring you a prompt visit from TRANSMIMI6N N HAM CYCLE CENTERSNO
{ ] w -- MONIY DOWN -1 yrs to payMAGNOLIA

From Luce's bridge, Mr. Nitze your local hostess. Please give her a call! TRANSMISSION PURE AUTOMATIC CO. 1"1 sea.Nshnm-n... K'IO'' C.Icon."w 0.11'- '

witnessed firing of Terrier and PLAZA, TITUIVILLI

I I mOniTOR Discussed HereAn Tartar guided missiles. Taigeti She has maps and many free and wonder. \ TRANSMISSION COMPLETE AUTOMATIC IIRVICI/ "Nod_o./_,!..Iwa:Purl WhmliT IMrvkM-are. .Aui'_Hunkontf. nt1..

were high speed radio cotrollcd
Informal discussion of the drone aircraft of French design I ful gifts for you from local businesses! On FINANCING All Makes MUSICAL INSTRUMINTS-
broad subject of stock Investment
-- -
Luce, which normally opt'r'j All Work Guaranteed!
was held here Wednesday 229 Pereit Ave., Cecea, M4M44BJIAUTY Guitar, Drums Banjo, Etc.
f Accurate night at the community room of ACADIMY --- Gibson, ,.nIt.,., Oretsch, Maflln
Citizens Dank. Sllngorlond, Rosa, Kaye
": Complete The gathering was sponsoredby CHEVELLE by Chevrolet LEARN HAIRSTYLING a Mammoth: Stock el Sheet Mush

the brokerage firm of Merrill Got In High Pr Bracket GOULD MUSIC CO. .

News Lynch Pierce, Fenner & Smith broil Anytime 101 King St, Coco, :
Inc. whose Orlando office is under FRISKY AS IT CAN BE..FINE A BUY AS YOU CAN GET (even finer now!) Smsll Monthly' Tuition f3513q.e

I (the management of Foster DAWSON COCOA '
Coverage Davis Finch, Jr. Trade 'N' Travel Time in running out at your Inside, the upholstery over iU wile foam BEAUTY ACADEMY c---L.

Mr Finch conducted the dis Chevrolet dealer's. This in about your lust cushioned scats is soft, durable vinyl.. 200 Wlllird, Cecoe. 4343220BICYCLISSCOOTIRS I'MIIHU" aortas
elusion, and was assisted by chance to get in a whole Bummerful of fun with We don't want anything playing havoc witha -- ---- --- NgesPweat,..... ms&.'.1.1.Tilsovlll..r ,.cu ...

two morn from his office, Jim Mc'' beautiful! buy like a Chcvcllu Malibu wagon. Chevellu's good looks if we can help I it. -- .taos.. .
Cann and Gene Boy lesion, About Let ue point out some less obvious pleasure TRADE TTTRAVU All in all, there are 11 different Chevellos I) Limbreth; Scooters hi.. a HlMmm' In Tilnwllle wWi
41: and It has curved Bide windows-not just for TIME king offered during Trade 'N' Travel lime. g4 Ichwlnn Bicycle ''h,.. 4r> .."* *"..k i. l holy l you' .1111
men women alteaed looks, but to give you more shoulder room. Wagons, coupes! Super Sports.). convertibles, New end Used )..k., tlulf: I .. flllnMnppllvt' M......
discussed Included .. ...
Subjects Sales end/ Borate.R.pdrs irmilM H Mlln M.'hl" .1.1e.lrl"
It has those self-cleaning rocker panels roe mi MurNWNWW nedans. One's as beautiful a buy are the other. .n All Maker .... Trtwwrlior. A.IoIt"I | IIII.In. .
various groups of stocks which beneath the doors &that reaiat ruat. KlfOMSIM It's up to you. But hurry, whatever you do! ... ,w
are ordinarily regarded as blue. Wyott Intorprlioi, lose PEST CONTROL.-

chip, growth, and speculative C1MI NOla.l-Paswptr Btal** Wo** Next t. Cocoa High School ell.MM __ _-=-

1 Y..r $24 < Months $12 The firm does not advocate In I -- CONSTRUCTION- TouTPMTNY Termite and Pet Control :
3 Months $S \estment In stocks that are high
CD Miti" v ftlMiiiM. ntrt WALKER CHEMICALi
ly speculative
.... .
It .11 yaw .ho.h of : CANAVERAL EQUIPMENT
."'..., .04. tar In q'Jeslon.and.an.wer! period EXTERMINATING CO. IfiC10M

Tin Chrlulm 0.. .Nn.. lclwi..v S"WIxtMl .. MonlW several: In the audience ask t A 'f f r eTi"a" y fe SUPPLY. Inc. S.. Dlsl Hwy, Cocoa-

y Mora Wllft f el. co-it'pining specific stocks In __ Rentoli Sole. Service Call I IRUL Collect eMWO
.IS which they have Invested or are Scaffolding I IMerrltf

interested in buying I Island, Ph. oM,MlIjTwEUM UTATI :
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MANUFACTURING! Joe E. Moore, Inc .



"Brevard Only' Mfg Jewlr". I Complete j
FENCE SALE Root, Eitot ServiceW
. and Diamond Setter I
N.w Mountings Jewelry. Repairs Harrison Coco*. UoofajsTwiNO
PerRunning All Work en Promise I ".
Foot Cocee 132.MlMOBILB MACHINES'Brevord ,.
101 Hrrlon -
C 48 Inche. High I.I.I ..
59 I HOMES _U"VINOALI County's Only Complete"
(Installed) lewlnf Machine Center ;
KNOX VAN DYKIw. N... t'""",d MnehlnM
Ttrmln.1 Pnts, K.pso.. A....."'...+.N.olats
Gates Estra b. lh. floor i pls.l In lull. .i.,iri B-i., Ilvliol T.rnn ?
I 'tmllr amt Itm pmmwnl plus la lullymir
WE USE UNITED STATES hudpt I Cu.lom lol.rlor. are ourMiUllr APOLLO SEWING CTRL
Moo ( .......
j urn ir lun> Morrltt Island Shoppinf C.Mei
MADE WIRE HEAVILY NO .,.... ruin t ln rin.
H..Kln.n.l.fWYATY 'iir iialni sod Merritt Island., PI*. .
COATED AFTER WEAVING. '-- ---- --- -
0 inn f. mob. HIlI....... Conn. *44.1/44

wwving cauioigalvsniilng t[ 36 MONTHS I -
to TO PAY! Baird Mobil. Home jna Retroodlng rend Vulcanising:,
I ,... Truck
.nglf' mend
rust and events 1( With, Over 10 N.w and Ural. Industrial; .....ul'm.... *>
ally brtik Direct Factory p.r.i: 'I-.y, ._
be : ,- f. Choose. From All W.rk Guortntood
Such as my > "" --'P.-::
To YouSavings I] /: : :
efton the <*>e i'Ji' 1. 'i.-:::....' ,.. ..- I Brovsro" L".... D*.1or 11 RUgewty A.... Cocoa. 434-91.1
with Belgian-,, / l; .: -- -- ----"-
m.do 'wire AIMSummer [,.,fU, :.;; (cJ 1.ml. N, of Caw_ U. S. I, &U.SI12- WATCH RBPAIR .: .

R ell .a4w.... *r Cypr\ EXPRESSWAY MOBILEHOMES WM. H.
.s/W Watches _
Repaired In S to S din ;
44 Medol 50 i ,II 2 Bedroom
HERCULES. CO. GUS FAULK CHEVROLETCORNER Putty$9,5954MI.N..4C.e.oU.S.I Bqulpeod' Chronograph Repaired or Complicated'Watches on Premlsa*,

For Free Bitimotos Call 41* Brevsrd Avenue
local| ........nt.tI.., .John Phillips' Titu../lllo. U744M OF HOPKINS ST. JOHNS TITUSVILLE FLA. AM 7-1234 Tel. eM-410 Net to )P. 0. Cocoa .*



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Py9e M '"""" ..,' ntuavllb (FbrMa) IhnA/aeeeN, June I, IM4I


I House Cleaning? Don't Throw It Away, Sell It For Cash On This Page LOOK FOR THIS SIGN


CLASSIFIED ADINFORMATION- Camping Hunting GLAMOR GIRLS For Sale I Mobile Homes Real Estate

9x9x7'-10" high tent, outside poles, i J* 20 ALL ALUMINUM awning, TRAILERS FOR RENT HOUSES FOR SALE
good condition, used 2 times, 1 very good condition, call 267-4182{
DEADLINB! t p... Day B..torsPubyo.tloe year old, $35. 267.4676 after > p.m._ MIMS AREA. 1 or 2 adults, $50 NEED ROOM FOR CHILDREN orentertalnlna7
For W4. FrLiU OPEN I''IOUSE'64)
Monthly 267.1670.MOBILE Hills,
11V.. For MOB. PubIICaeoeWANT TAKE YOUR vacation In a Florida SLANT NEEDLE: model 301 sewing In Forest
and 4
camper Make reservations now machine, $85; dinette see the new spacious 3

AD RATES Call Double J. Campers. 207-1584.: |4>; bed, $30; boa springs, $ ; HOME OWNERS bedrooms, airconditloned
I solo color TV $250 let'j on Hibiscus Ave., with
tt".r--1Oo ; power
Minimum and enclosed homes'l
For Rent $20; power mower, $20 Jthadl; rooms
machine, $10. 2020 well at 2 car garages.
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT, all kins Ave. from $18.950 to $22,000,
ALL CLASSIFIED AD utilities, $25 weekly Guest house FREE Let us show them to you. Please |I
PAYABLE JeIl.III.b04! ,IN)ADVANCE AooounMClnplty 2 men $20 weekly, all utilities. USED REFRIGERATOR, good for phone 267-3622, George Barley,
Kxotpt: a
Dcletpine Courts ou U, S. 1, 8 0a salvage only. Make offer Star. $20 down payment and $20 a Inc., exclusive agents. _
Advocate office. month will buy your own full
:I..lIft04 Rats AT ll.bliK i blocks north of Hwy 50. 0 acre mobile borne lot at beautiful LARGE!: 1 bedroom, I tile baths,
U <,UMlTb BUSINESS BUILDING with living ELECTRIC: SHAVER service onall Lake Louise Estates. built-tn range and oven. Hardwood

..* 8 of r-AdYoO.lo nvlilni .or*..njooUnn".. lhirlrllM quarters or residence, 2 bedroom, make. Jay Bee Jewelers, Become your own landlord. floors and double carporte.

IB; tfnrtlMnMBl* which It ..._ $110 monthly. Ed Kitties Agency Indian River Plaza._ Don't tear up rent receipts each Utility room no red tape. $500
obJaoUoncbl ..4 M onus lbs 267-0811 or 2675323. month. Many families now reside down and move in. $$110 monthly. And Register For
al..lflaauoa) o( ..r .dv.ril_m.ntun RENT A PIANO OR ORGAN In our beautiful trailer community 267-1921.
( ttot ordmd t. ..onform U FOR RENT UfkOKWr Also accordions, guitars, band instrument visit us and see for
lb. policy ol Ibli paper.Th BEDROOM, 2 baths central heat Free Prizes!
mir-Advoot* will sot tonnponilbli *. Enroll for summer I yourself the finest eelf-owned
for Bum tb.. ... IBoomct Floor Sanders, Polishers lessons All rental will apply on I mobile home perk. and conditioning. Will sell I
InxrtloB nor will It b. Phone AM 7-3253 purchase price of instrument of LAKE LOUISE ESTATESon furnished or unfurnished. No
liabl for any tnot la adrtrtlM 0 qualifying Small down payment
DMU to b gnaw Htril tb.BIbi your choice. East Orlando Estates Road
ooit of lb. ipao oooupUd cjrt'i FACTORY PAINT OUTLET KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Bithlo.! Florida Rt. 50 and assume mortgage., 267-5780. I
IMn I. lbs 4vTtlMnwBt.. 2128 W. Tropic 267-6385 WHAT PRIZES?
Baldwin Shopping Center Phone 277-5282 3 BEDROOM, 3 bath, by owner
or Whispering Hills ares. Phone 2674572. -
g0 GAL
....... Offlc AM-f-oui SS Mill' SKrMtDial APARTMai41b PuR RENT contained Ink. Heavy constructIon ALLEN REALTY .

Offlo hours S:00 to I:W NEW COMPLETELY decorated, Er with lid. $3.50 st Star-Advo. R. R. No. 1, Box 364 SAVE $700. Brick home, brand I i The 1000 fabulous prizes being
furnished, 3 rooms. Utilities included _lml.aW,1006W.UAtte..n.L"We're : Cite office. 5 Miles N. Of Cocoa bedroom
new, 3 2 bath. Was
- Cocoa 6363790 given away absolutely free
Private home appear
Animals ance. Professional type adult" watching an old movie, Daddy. What' 3 USED TV's, 21 inch table model, Directions Route 50 1 mile $1,400 down on $14.900 price. Now I
$700 down on $14,200 approximately its
all with new picture tubes, $49. past Bithlo Cutoff by Westinghouse during
only. CiU 267-J15T after t p m", that
$90 per month. Compare
thlni1"I $59. SG9 T. V. Emporium I Big
MINATURE SCHNAUZER 267.3311, ext. 266. at $17,000. Ed Kitties "Open House '64" Contest
pups, _I,. Apple Plaza, 267-3577. Agency,
AKC, Intelligent and lovcable.c 22 RIVER GARDEN'e -- TRAILERS FOR: SALE 611 So. Washington, 267-0831 or I

Champions in past generations, Opposite> Howard Johnnon'i, furnIshed For Rent For Rent I I. NATIONAL register, $111; 267.5323.
$125. 267.3 20. and unfurnished, 2 bedroomair electric cash register, $160; AM LEAVING Cape area, 1960 2 These Prizes Are:
conditioned. Sydney Schwartz, HOUSES FOR RENT STORE SPACE FOR RENT tables and counters manlqulns, bedroom, 10 x 50 ft. Buddy traileron
HORSES BOARDED home. Spacious living room, 50 Home Laundry Centers
1 acre lot In Christmas Parkor
racks. Barr Wholesale
/Individual stalls, daily exercise 2676100.Realtor, 1141 S. Hopkins Avenue, SOUTH LAKE VILLAGE, 3 bed. WILL BUILD UP TO 4000 Square I Central Av,., Orlando. 118 W. will sell separately 4238985. alrconditioning, carpeted, fenced
50 Electric Range
Foot warehouse for extras. 108 Thorn
correct feeding. store cr I' yard. Many
1 bath screened porch, "
OAK HILL 34 .3441 NEW 2 BEDROOM quiet, aircon utility room room, carporte, 2672097. suitable.: tenaant.t Contact George 1 USED IIOTPOINT range, 40 Inch, HAY S ton, 2671659. 50 Frost Free Refrigerators
LaGassa at George's Electronics good condition $ ditloned, unfurnished, $110. TRAILER SALES .
1 YEAR OLD 3 bedroom built.In
Boats For Salem I 2674127.Available furnished, no lease. UNFURNISHED electric 1 range. ,2 bedroom carports house andutility ,_' 1412 South Hopkins. I Emporium: i 267-1577.: New and Used Mobile Homes kitchen ,equipped paneled 50 Automatic Dishwashers

WAREHOUSE FOR RENT FURNITURE; DISCOUNT SALES, family room, payments $67 100 Portable TV sets
monthly 287-
room. $80 8210 E Colonial Drive
FT. SNIPE CLASS sailboat, APARTMENT OR trailer Weekly clearance sale on all merchandise monthly $9600 mortgage, $700
fully equipped, phone 267-7509. monthly rates, adults only. 1928. a SMALL OFFICES and warps I on floor. Hurry while it Orlando 277-9671 down. 267 5884. 140 Electric Toothbrushes
houses for 200
I 504 Garden. 2 BEDROOM modern home, completely rent. square feet,,"; lasts 2111 Garden St., Nldy 140 Radios
33 FT. CORRRCT: CRAFT, two furnished Including drape airconditloned office plus 600 sq, Shopping Center, 267-8733 or 267- HENSLEE, 1959 8 x 29, new paint,
185 liP Garyir' extras. Seen by 2 ROOM APARTMENT for workIng *, TV and washer. Call 267- ft warehouse space. $125 mon 1928. excellent condition, $1300. 267- 140 Hair Dryer Sets
appointment only. 2672326. man. 602 Tropic Strsct. 8702. thly each. J, W. Chlldre Realty ] 5606. WESTWOOD
2075563. Automatic Can
140 Openers
17 FT. FLEETWING, completely 0\ i iLEJl loT unfurnished Help WantedMEN 32 x 8, trailer with Tandem axle
fiberglass, excellent condition, 2 bedroom apartment. Not WAREHOUSE SPACE and hydraulic dolly wheels, ideal MANOROLD 140 Steam'n Sprinkle Ironsas
50 HP Johnson motor and trailer. suitable for small children. 267 EXCELLENT BUSINESS or profes ; AND WOMEN aged 21-45 to for farm trailer or heavy duty

267.2 33._ 2533. atonal office suite In convenient Repair Shop Office train for managers,! and assist.ant boat trailer. $260. Apply at DIXIE HWY. advertised in June 5th issueof
Storage Space
or Rocket Motel miles north of
managers in bantam type 2
location with parking, air condditlonlng
Building & Const.NIDY FURNISHED MODERN large 2 all services provided. FROM $30 MONTH grocery stores. Apply Lil General Mims. -
bedroom apartment, 2876288. BRICK HOMES, 3 Bedroom,
Store 2120 Garden St. Tl-
Inquire 2222 South Washington, at 810 S. Hopkins Ave
MOONLAND 2 Full Tile Baths
resident tusviUe.FEMALB. Central
CONSTRUCTION NEW TOWN HOUSE apartment, Titusville 247.7972.ROOMS Call or Write: J. J. Rozen :
late, commercial and remodeling air conditioned 3 bedrooms, Itt ,20: 71 St. Miami Beach-866-0272 HELP WANTED Mobile Home Sales Heat, Built-in Range With
12 years in Titusville.l Licensed I. baths, enclosed garage, walking FOR RENT Hood, Sod Lawns and Shrubs,
and bonded. Phone AM 7 2326. distance to schools and shopping.G. -- ------- WAREHOUSE, suitable for shop. COOKS AND CURB GIRLS QUALITY HOMES AND Choice of Color Fixtures
M. Barley, 342 Washington, ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen garage or storsge. In center 01( Fransen's Drive.In Restaurant. SERVICE
'e JB7-3622.. ileges, TV and washer prlv'l town. See H. H. Hudson at Star. U.S. I North of Overpass PRICES START AT D
2283 after II p.m. Advocate. MEDICAL SECRETARY-receptlon- Titusville 267-5695
HOUSES FOR RENTLMOSfNEWTbcdrooTn" 1st. experienced In routine of

ROOM FOR RENT, 602 Tropic For Sale doctor's office. Able to assume 1963 GREENBRIAR, 50 x 10, assume $14,900Ready
2 bath Street. responsibility. Send resume of: payments, call 267-4146 after
$145 monthly may be leasedwith experience and salary expected 11:30: .
option to buy alrconditloner l $12.50 PER PERSON, per week. RCA COLOR TV, walnut l console to P. O. Box 1836, Titusville.RECEPTIONISTMust p.m.TRAILER For Occupancy
drapes, and fireplace.[ Contact Rocket Motel Mims. Phone 207- excellent condition, $200 or willtrade 1 LOIS FOR SAL
3097. for camping trailer. 267- have know. 2675437 267.5293 2672802
Danenburg Realty, 2673858. AREA;all improved trailer= I
"- 1489. ledge of typing and shorthand. I
: UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom, 1 SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies must be able to meet the public. lot, cool and quiet. Call 267-5183. : WHERE?
JESS W. CHILDRE bath fenced yard. $126 monthly for rent. 801 Orange St. 287- REPOSSESSED DIAL 0 MAT1C, Excellent working conditions. Ap Continued Next f ioWe're .

207-S109 or 2673146. 3400 64 Model makes fancy stitches,. ply, City Hall: 525 Palm Avenue, Moving StorageLOCAL
makes buttonholes
sews on --- '
HBALTOB Ult.DtHWHITE Titusville, Florida House '64" headquarters
| I LOW rates, dean rooms for work blind stitches monograms, AND LONG distance morppt1.Vlltd \"
men. $10.'. Call 2076185. embroiders, darns, patches guaranteed MALI HELP WANTED storage, packing, WHEN I f for North Brevard County is at
'A Jim take up remaining 4 pay : : : fur storage, crab
STORES FOR RENT ments of 900. Ph. Credit Mgr, ASSISTANT TO WATER PLANT ing. Free estimates. 2673341. I Lakevicw Hills Model Home on

AM OPERATOR-Applicant must be Brevard Rldgeway
8' ./r MpiiT, HollandINC. 15 x 50 foot store or office space High School Graduate or have : Beautiful South Lake. Direct-
available June 1st. Contact transit, also 52
equal combination of experienceand Plumbing
n glut George LaGaue at George's Electronics Dodge: panel truck, needs work, training water plant operation -" Supply ions to Lakevicw Hills are -

U. S No. 1 I Miles 1412 South Hopkins. make offer 267-4044 or 267-6692. Steady employment and SEPTICTANKS Drive west on Garden Street to
North Of Mime At good working/! conditions Apply
ACRES-Now: 3 bdrm, Iti Rocket Motel AM 7-3097 City Hall, 525 Palm Avenue, -of pre-cast concrete, steel-reln South Lake, turn right on Carpenter -
bath, FHA, Sewers, city water, WHISPERING HILLSSIX Titusville Fla. forced state-approved, sizes 540
central heat, sidewalks, $14,400, gals., 610 gals, T35 gals. and 1000 1 Road and proceed to
NEW and USED WE WILL select gaU. Grease traps installed, tanks 1))'
$450 down $108 monthlpay. ((6)) 1 man to exclusively Hills.
t pumped and cleaned, drain fields Lakeview
; i
ment Including I principal, interesttaxes represent Gulf Life, ordinary
and Insurance 4 BEDROOM HOMES division in Titusville. Complete relald. Work guaranteed. Pittman
Tanks Inc. Phone AM 74421
Septic -
bath FHA Ready for occupancy or Nearing Completion. 2 Full training and agency far P. 0. Box 2016 Titusville
NEW 4 bedroom, 2 ilities. basis ,
Tile Baths of Course Dishwashers Sidewdlks Salary to $600 While are there, and
large living room double car. Sales And Rentals Garages, monthly up, where Justified Call Florida. you
porte, central heat ducted for Full Sodded Lawns Across from Country' Club. Titus- D. S. Forness, manager, 636- ------ your family are invited to visit
air conditioning. $16,700, $700 ville's Finest. 2640, Cocoa. Real Estate
down, $125 monthly\ payment Including --- -- the model home and see the new
principal, interest, taxes SPECIAL $18,750 $20,000 DRY WALL hangers and finish ACREAGE FOR SALE
and insurance. 50 X 10 NEW BEDROOM ers, must be reliable, call 267- layouts of beautiful MARINA,
$3960,00 CLOSE-OUT REDUCTIONBuilder's 1 ACRE COVERED with becutiul
2702 after 6pm.INVENTORY
GARDFNDALE Three bedroom, beach, boat docks and fenced In
Last Model. 3 Bedrooms 1V4 Bath Fire tree Located just a few minutes
2 bath, Florida room, air con USED ,
CLERK, must have
from Only 3000.
specialists, tool When It recreational the
ditioning double carporte, owner 36 x: 8 STEWART BEDROOM place: Was $16,250, Now high school education, apply Ed Kittles Agency, 611 S. Washington cornea to helping you move areas, plus

transferred, price only $15,650, $1195.00 $14,950 City Hall, 525 Palm Avenue, 267-0831 or 267-5323. we've the experience the mod. planned all Westinghouse homes
$1150 down, $111.in monthly pay. Titusville Florida.
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and the trained
ment. No Qualifying $450 down, Less Than $100 Month. curry On This Business Property to ern assure vans of a safe movers, quick soon to be built on the shores of

I 10% Down Local Bank One, Won't Last Long. Phone 267.2756 Anytime DRY WALL hangers, call 267-4236 move. You'll you like our rat.l, i South Lake.
after .
I'J.. W. ChiltTre Realty FinancingWE /! 7pm.ROUTE 464 FT. ZONED commercial on is,.
AM 7-55G3 TRADE ANYTHING GEO. BARLEY INC. SALESMAN, apply Fore Carpenter Road. Adjacent to a
-- -- -- most Dairies, Norwood Ave., large subdivision ready to go
after 2 p.m.Remember now. Call Edward's Realty, 267- At the same time you can

NORTH BREVARD AWNING pay your Piper Boy _3261. mites. ..2677821.__ 1 FIDELITYAgent view the activity presently underway -

267.8333 P. O. Box 928 267. 778 JOHNNY A. MOLESREG. I which la making South
Titusville, Fla. tA5t110N'A U' BE SAFE! or 4 bedroom homes, brand new attraction center of

N :' BROKER In area of much higher priced ALLIED VAN LINES Titusville. The beautiful rolling
For Homes or Trailers homes. Small down payment and STORAGE & TRANSFERDAY
ALUMINUM BE SURE! only $85 monthly total payment. I land has been cleared and the
WITH 412 Lincoln Avenue Titusville VA no down payment. BRENT. OR NIGHT
Cabanas-Carports sl I WOOD ESTATES west on Garden Phone AM 7-0228 streets are being surveyed.

: \ 'I ; Phone 267.6327ACREAGE Deal Only St.. AM 77142 or 632-M5.

I' I'... ......- For Month I I. ---- ----. --I
and Fla. Rooms [ : Of June
Imo' OU Llat Also, you will be able to sel
331 With AREALTOR "North Grtvard's Oldest Real Estate Service"
Chain Link Fence Price ect the homesite of your choice

-- -- .- & a small deposit will hold it

20 ACRES Rt. 46 West of Mime Zoned trailer park. Engineers a I Inc until your home Is completed.
SEE TODAY Look for this raan
OAKWOOD plans and design for complete park of 152 spaces plus office,
symbol for your
recreation area. 660 feet, Rt. 46 frontage. Priced to sell, protection. It lignifies 8 4019ouu, T.taphasI ANDdon't
I WmhNp.l AN..4011
MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing and terms can le arranged. Integrityand
high professional -

LOTS with a Realtor Only n fail to register for the

Realtor displays this seal.
1000 prizes.
If you are considering Titusville as your new home,

LARGE 75' :x 110' LARGE POOL 1.-Large lot 100 :x 130, not In Subdivision Sewer and Water. Bryan-Conway & why spend your time and money driving your car around -

''I LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES Cash or terms. Winstead, Inc the area without any knowledge about the various
49 George M. Barley, Jr.,
I communities. Just call for of trained
one our experienced

{' WATER ., Ete. 2.-Lot 60 x 140 Close-In. Only $1350.00. Inc. i
41 Campbell Associates,, sales staff to conduct a tour for your family throughthe

3.-Lot, corner Old Dixie Highway and, Lincoln Ave. 75 s 133 a 105. Inc. many nice residential sections. There is absolutelyno

1 Priced $3890 00. S J. W. Chlldre, Realtor obligation to purchase. Moreover, you probably will

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY e Danenburg's Beach enJoy the trip and learn a great deal about our city, DANENBURG

Realty Homes priced and financed to fit almost
are any budget.
Duffy's Real Estate
TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on HOUSES Edwards Realty REALTY

U.s. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more Ed Kitties
mile to our entrance on right. For. free Information S Harris Realty Inc.. &'Ian.Conwa'J & Ivindead, .inc. 1514 South WashingtonAM

r, ; call: 287-6586. 2. New 4 bedroom air conditioned home under construction. Buy e L. B. Newman 7-3838

M this one and select your own colors. Price $17,000.00 with Donn Searle Realtors REALTORS INSURORS I When buyer( and seller aped

DRIVE. OUT AFTER WORK TODAYl down payment to suit buyer. S Sydney Schwartz Dial AM 7- 2011 Day Night or Holiday and get better and faster aentceManday


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itlnued From Freestdini Pig R.II i EitiroHOUStl RM| Estate .
Real Esfita 11! THS (' *ctJT rolIll.tL ", ClF Tlla l\ IlK ( 't.ttlltII or TIllS .
1 I M1TH "JIDI. I 1.111\1.?. !II I'TH 'n : -I IT IIA1I H THM: dense rove? or inn: it ntR riMti? COCk ot tttb
Hduiis mItl-- .AI) roll nkkt.ttlROBERT c'ut'It: It, > r-OH .nHkiAkfk till yin, MITII. imiAt nadir, im MNTII JIlllft.t, IIHttlt. IXAM
Real Estate FOR SAL HOUSIS FOR SALat s.ssii p. flllNIDA' Al tOR nut:t AMU COIMTV. > VISIt HHICtAIIII lOttTt,
I 0- : % ''t: isie, I i> liixrKm, !\Id\ $5474tsOsst .1.OIlIP. H.OK lit C.lllt7slOMY.
ELlfcVBltOJ( NCrr: "' .Tltlft ,sca'kn: |( ( kAIILANG I. Shanr.ry 95,. seatS \ Ml. I M.H"
HOUSES FOR SiLl BEST MJYS b> Zeke $:vans ConstriictiOn. RETIREMENT!: DELUXE but aee for yourself This Indian A. MAW, a/a/a imhlutt ftAnoakne: ootlea TO tIIcI'rXt) Mill!'K Of" Kilt
/ 7JH, new 2 bedroom COMPLETELY FURNISHED con-I River City 2 bedroom home AKTHIR HAH, rl.lnttrr, NAtHAttRL It. FAR1URR: CAtU. R KcKMAN: ,
home; $ n, conveniently I crete block home on 150 x 135 root how tindet construction. Pricedat falhtltt' I a .rt.lntlff,

MUCK 3 BEDROOM dishwasher, 2 bath home located for young couple priced cyclone fenced yard. Ctoiod f*. [ dill; $11.300 with 10% down. CHRII" rtAw. alItHRill.. .:lCl" HAitn:*. PlalnlirrUlltntL DontS h fcCKMAN.\! '
trercrmed porch, tillosal tdiell. Florida bade oftrees Cill HT7329. Campbell Asaoclifea TlIl'lll: lAItt .1", 5Srfradnnt" : M. FARMKR Dat.tutiat$
t rage room .
fireplace, double gflhigh, 4 k k mower fisOentpnts.' >lltI1C 5th rtHHIrt$ Dffcndnnt to Mft. K *teCktus W'
garden tools, lawn 1'01 CHRii akff TO I MK. Nlti-H HANHKNM7 TO i !aiii. ptj.i.
EllA i
intral heat and air, term SPECIAL S Bedroom bath toy- 1 :
and many extras Walk to shop I TUPllKrl' Knii' ClOt,.
J!gIl 207 32C1, mica 20T 7821RtXjEWATER hr entrance, double" carporte clr.I pinReaU/! tlc.lly priced at I BEbnOOM, 1 bath Florida lIMP'HAW hip.and wife. Kilt.AIJKTH ; kl). llrooklfn I, Mow' fork You CIIBRTL M. FARMER lira 1'0,1.nnl'.lItllr, cttsl'tIikb-, :
cig I drive $l,89tt.? ) Not erloulhfmlliII $13 MO.00 Call US roost fireplace patio 17 trees, (HAlO" YOU 4RR ttPfttttlf\: : NOTIFIRD: hrnby noiirirA tbat A lull, or COMPLAINT thai iuo I rtlvoroa TiC hurls
2 bedroom maidnr* pelt I, $850 down. Family ::t rt.'o appointment 100 x 125 ft. lot, low payments, :I'"l' feblTlt .g\yIlA\ hllwlfol i that t Complaint in!' (llvoro, h.. Cur Divorce baa, bran fllad fllr.,I :.I"'r 5 lo the Circuit)
home, carporte, $79ao With $900 : : to ie* at Won'tlast. ; VttANUft It. HAW aHllHAV hwft tlllifl anlnut M and you ...In.t you, and you ... rtmilrail Court, of ,ihn /tnlb lurtlulal Clrrtill,
down Park Avenue Mb chlrje.a !. Ryan Realty 267-4801. 267 1745. I ) Hit .*lfa, Altf- aio r* ulUd I ii, *.rvd a copy of your to nerve a ropy. of your anawnr or In, nml fin I tin,'oan.t' ('s lint, ?. Flortdd.altlllliiil .
payment a artfts'r I Hi'n I, II I W, : an.wi-r of Limdlna Id tha ('.,.n' nlfaillna-" the HIM I of (Lomnlalnt' (Altl, K -
103 E. Park Ave, Edge- tiME!!: Offered, 4 bedroom HOUSE HUNTING? IWNE\TRANSrER liCit HLArrib I jester, Florida dbUHle. foyer family 4 BEDROOM 2 bath home Ih rarest I5IMIDIAt OCCUPANCY of this HAH, hip Wife: NmEt. III. 1ht.Ffc, n, llox M7, Pitta, Attorney .t Law, I'O Run fcmlanl iinuucry,, No. :AIM: TMiam
limite. :L Joy HAW, I .inste' w". Cocoa llrarh Florida, iiVtl: and fib Sara KaiKlllla Bi-arh.' Klorlila' aol I U i' hv required to -
lAfeSUM E1 VA load, low down partalent. room $ : Hills.I Hllli Ertates, oh aahttlrf gor'u'e::: bath custom built: m.n; UXOISUSC: It. I.KIt en,1i"jAII'K'mt she orliilnal' anrwrr ... plMiilliia" ; In flla tha :orlxlhal: anawrr or uleaiUn inpv :r y ';ur nicer nt elOpe 1r1r.
air I sewer and city watch t IS x 30 tree shaded lot, I 1,1. A.l.tt'' Iba otflu* of tha Clittk hf ISo Or- In tha nW,'. nf lha Clrrk nt. the IrIs ii.'?,'.mi.< In tilt Ci'ttlplalnt' fllafltiirrln
3 bedroom, 2 bath, BEDROOM, 1 bath under conS screened porch, 2 utility rodihft, pear Chopping, and E't'ml'ntar'i' Coil "t.Jlilshifl;f; colt CdilA: oh M- tu'fnlIho' ( It h day llruill, rnurt on or batora Iba 3(1111 .iipnn JuatIM ...(.r *.:
conditioned, may be seen Utter Sacrificing all It ibiS, and I IllltlUKI it 'lead, sop of July. IW4 If yell fall to do lay nf Juna, 1M4.If I'. n. flu IMS, COcoa Kcach Florlill! ,; ,
p.m. Phone 2CT6637.JComfortable itructlbrt, ydti Iclect colon, make central heat and air crinditlbHing Schtml ? : tl! todniimertrtis unknown ', filtlj-a$ ttavlacrvtlltiiri art. AiJ: bro bunfMim' will 0.tllra you fall la do ao, Jintinwnt' by Altornrya fur 1'lalntlff, and In fHaI '
Una t custom home for no Charge. I NO QUALIFYING pay. only I ilT5000 mentlo11htllldl'd '5. t.siw.; ,r a aln.i you fnr lha roiirf ila'lATb.l tt-faull will ba laSso ...In.t you I Ito' orimnnl, thereof I In the
$400 will hold. Owner Zvke mend $130 00 per month, principal to In I iiinrr pariipa. olalnilitl, bY, In I IS, (: :: for, (d"nlOh.I.,1 In anlil,. jbi- ('Ifik of tha, tlrrult. IIrrMj1'
Home Titusville. the purchase of this desirable through, un.... or ..."'.1. > at TltTvvlllK: "......r.t (' mrlnr.lI.r:, "" I'"nly. Fnrlila\,
Evan 2nz S and insurance.
Hopkins Intercut taxes 'i
whu la mil known to .ba alllirr County, Flmlila' tbia the Rib day of uno, Ait.l i u/
QtywlJ largo bedrooms. 2 bdthi, lJ7.5iJ7PItOtJDL Only 1700.00 cash to the property .Centrally heated and alive, ........e"..... uii* Jos,., .5,1). 1'HI4ItU lIsts! untie ihall be piihll.hnl lft'i'.II.i'l: oNI1 T of 41 IV-trHa
I acre lot option*!. Nicely furn- existing t mortgage. Let ui show air \ Payment are UiUi. ( : :I It) *KAI:) one* aarb mesS for four eonaanutlv Pro Cnnfi-im" will ba rotarad
fished, 10% dowfa, only 35 ffllnIjutes TbtJ'LL Owfj today Call Ryan Really, $ .tlll1IUlShl'd'1 principal and And 10'i J All! 1I..tI. having orrlaltnlna MlarAilvO'raia ana I nut MKI fi.r lbs rolliit nrlyail fM
you ri'HTIW R. HARNta:: Worha In lha Tlluayllla ', '
: lo hnvp any riant. orIntrrmt In mil.I I ( 'inulalnl'
to Cape. Tlnfow 1 Lenore thdgnilicent forest Hills Home 207.4691. int, Rjart Realty 2074R91 In anil I. 4Ha flilUwlna\ :I ; Clerk of I IS hii circuit CourtMrrvard Tlluavlllo, Plorlila.Dona IMINK AND :IIIIDPHRD: : at 'ruh.m"
_ _ _
I Avenue. Phone 267-1481. 4 bedrooms 2 baths. Finished to *e.R.JEst.tt. _ ilcmrlUeil, lamia.,, .Uu.'. In Hravarilfnunty Cixinty, jrlnrl.U I anil Onleml, ., ..In Titonvilie, Silly. lorlilit, tliln. 1;.lh Sup of May,
nr..d 'ollhty l'tirlIa' his 215111
Sly V t $ li'fDipuly ,
Florl.U n A H 19514.ICt'tsT
Is.wiI I ITh. : i p *
2 )lof
utility'' room, plus outdoor picture 4 BEDROOM. both new ; ..Say of MI" 11104.rspliu ,
[$59500 DOWN, nd closing, Sbediroom Wahtd Kaal: \4 .r Lot 18 anil shatfltb' MOAtS I Irl -
1 bath, range and oven.I patld. Better hurry, priced un. down payment. Forest nicest fectlor-35M) )IITitunvlUe. 1 f / :'li"0i\\la8' r 1"""'t.J' f': M. *'nu.e'WAlbinO R Marne. Clarkuf 'ItTIM K. HARNK
der 20000. Call Campbell Associates Hills.je7 Olirk nf lha (In lilt Court foHravnnl '
I *W I mo. Includci taxes and In- -. -. .- ._- AmEJjAtkk'\! fttlhliie 3 bed- Itb'i'nVlninN) Hi.elloa'io Mr rialntlffI rireult louitby tountv. r1orlila '
Murace. 319 Carrie Hill Rd. AM 201.7325.wtttSPltIRtt YOUR PICK ronm preferably with a view. .,.liT P Jl south, Rahta.. BT U. Hat ,lIT V. H. KlianileeItopmy Hark. Sty V. H HimnnlirOriiuty
(: amnhllflt tee .jilnlihtrnhf
8f-MMorappnlntment._ !: DAKS. 3 bedroom. FLORIJ':Contemporary; designed, Will consider acreagb ro new rrclirili.il lo 1l'la{, h...._ CH"n iiaa-ill. .....nr.,1. llSlrit:!!\ (POVHT *RAI: ,) I fl InrkMnT ,
ft 3 Merrltt Islam!. Al I. pi., 1114 oubllo murda; ( ,, a, lit U: M lalnnl, 1IM4 June. I, S. ,II, 21 (Mon, ) _IM4TITUSVILLI IS. HI Ju.ia. I.__ Mon ) 1M4___
21 IE HOUSES to be moved 2 bath family room corner lot about 1450 sq living area lit' ia Callseway on \ .......d County, Klnrlila' n -!_ .____.... ___ -- u
bedroom, 2 bathi Double Hhme Wanted, nit qualifying,
best With .
premlsoi, $2,000 Or ildewalki. Ssno down no rath of yiiu, IrS hara.
offer or will consider later cloting costs, 170h Srrtith Dr.:So., age. Central heat and air iron.dition low down payment anti low monthly byYtII':1;:: that a pisit. 18 "uii-t in. .
Picture wihdow WaUgives payments. 267.HC30. to tha ml,,,.. ilral'HlM' |tiCnil'rlv b..
Call 2072504. Please call 2071770.
1 car access to outdoor living biwn Curd ...In.l pail you or.s'rqsirol Notices
Club & Lodge I
Ciders I io ai-rva a cant' hf your
Joy of living with minimum I upkeep ( Wahfcd ...w.r. In (Ih. bill of HirnllUlnl un
See It now. Only S3)),two. Ins ,plaintiff'. aUnrn>r. IlliHHhT1KR : .
Walk to School! Call Campbell Associates.J87J325.t DRIVING DENVER Cblorado : *. HlR, M* UgVmck ..I....... ... .._
kau anllla, Kliirlda I anit to ISis
Share expense and Ins orliinal I In 404 ethel nf lhaClark : GARDEN CLUB
LUXURY LIVING new brick I tnthR of lha circuit Intlr] In awl, YORK-RITE BODIES
ce 2073064. ROTARY CLUB
veneer 4 bedroom S tiM bath for 15 revs.ii, County, rinrlila at Tl.tuavllla 5S'1. Onaral mattIng. (II olrrlaa Bud

built In range and vent dishwasher day, rinrlila of '11004., on or. bofura lhaJiith ii? MEETS tlttlRSDAY Monilar. of Out' Nov. Fob, Manb, Of North Brtvard County

1Kids and disposal Intercom Service* It la ontrrril' thai Ihla ba publlnhad .' S> 12:15: P. M.Whlap.rl" May.. : tlma and Clara Itnant 1 la ha annouicaail. --- --it
Kmwullva Tuaadnyaauh
with AM end FM radio centraloil In tha Tllupvllla ttlor.Aisoros..

Moms Love the Kitchens! heat and IrcondlUoned.. VAcUtM CLEANER REPAIRS!, a nrwapaiwr llravard Counly nf |vni-ra, Klorlita| rlrrulallonIn omaaapb $ Hills CoWry Club mimtb Uitobor. thru May Indian River Chapter No. 87

wood burning fireplace, wall to Parts, sales supplies, Electro- work for fuiif ennuipuilvaWMka Dick Slmonet, Prei.It. Mr*. I. A. niffll. PM.Mrnt
wall Carpet double ear f ariiei t lux Hoover, Kirby Airway, prior to aalil return flilta.Wllnaaa ._ ROYAL ARCH MASONS
fully\ landscaped corner lot, Rex.air, Filter.Queen, G.E.., Clrrull ('Olrl.I..m my host .. (li.rk runnly nf Si.., t, Walkef Sec'y SORORITY-----

$2700 down. For pbolntrhent etc, free pick up and delivery. riurlda' thl. 20th ilav of May. I1W4t BIT SIGMA PHI Clifford Yodtr High Prlott
Dads Relax tn Comfort! 267-1928. 303 South Washington I'HTia it. nAKNRN: (ir-rn of and 3rd Gill Wlllltma Secretary
--.--.----.-- Ave., 2675530. th. Circuit Court Tituivllle Ch p. No. 6 Maatlna lit
llyt. V. It UpanilarDtpuly. Thursday 7i30 P.M. I Meets 3rd Wodnotday 7iM,: P. M.
LAKEFRONT ESTATES baa the I'l.ik 0. E. S. \ XI IIKITA Ml)
homes with advantages you'lllike. FtrtlNlTURE TOUCH-UP and re- Court Prs9ttNKTTXtt.. Uarl* Irnlotl'r at Maionli Ttmpla, Tltuivlll

HUNTER 3 bedrooms IV* baths at finishing also antique work for 4 Plaintiff POBAltornrva BERTHA DEMdND) / I |*.riHil.,...>.li.at.""
$79.s1 monthly, guaranteed service. 2675733.COOK'S .
12,800.1500 down, t P. o lion tii7H26S Worthy Matrott T

ii PARK HOMEt ta1uED ffi" Including P e.I'l:: year south jnortj of WELL DRILLING Serv.c lC.u Hahrork(louis, fUmrfIN 1 Mr.. Mary Alice Klltl ract. t ,,.....I.It....::,::. I R. fe S. M.

$16,200 gage. r Hills Country Club licensed. Insured, work guar Jun. J, 5, IS, 22 t-fold': toti.. Mesh lat and 8rl tUMilayi. I P.II. AM I4USKTA R. V. Bakes
Whispering -
IN BEAUTIFUL WIttS 1ttNG LAKES (Route 405))' .George B. Barley, I, anteed. 2673245. TUB I'mil'IT tOIINT OK THIS Oolilla 5)00p.I'pa JI'U .. Thrice illustrious Matter'
281k221 MMM" JIIIKItl. IHIIIT' OfrlllHlDt
Inc.. TltusvU,e. 207 3622. PAINTING expert, reliable and | ) H>H 51515.VlsI /A AM ,.'UD Gill Wllllama, Recorder
'I.nt4N River
.- -. .. satisfying work. Estimates glad > (' Indian ... & rni HISTA MOOala
I I ly. AM 70778.WATER ('II S NI pair 1'011. "stll(l lNOTIIf ltd,e No. M Poll.rs.I'Poaltenl Mtttt 2nd Wodnwaday at 7J8: '.M.

NATIONAt OK CLII'FEDSCRAL. *tt7Itt.lAOS A. M. a.-,." MasonIc. .Tempi. Cec.ej t

PROBLEMS? ( AMHOCtATION, t Dnflxlr-! Mists : 4th thurtdays, 7i30af BREVARD-
silos orianliad and >lalln( umlnran .
CONVENIENTLY Act uf Con...... pursuant, to ttrdaral MaaonlK I TftlilllaMatanlc $I District Ne. If 24 K. T. '
CENTUftY !SOFT! WATER National I 95.rt.o Arn.oo'toll. Tamsl.Jami .
Of Crevard M. t.foi .. COurSeS': Aol, hs'1546: prln' >. II. ".w' '1, Maalar e Florida Nurse Assn.Metis Lacy Ramor Eminent Command'
olp.1 stIleS In the City st W5.ttni'
LOCATED. lon, J1.lrlot .I C..III. :.b", W, Frank Darllalt, Inot',. Pint Tuts.
2172 rldhl"r, Gill Wllllama, Rocorrfor
-- -- v of each month I
dall CARL vr. iiR'ttirn: on. amiOLUA pm'l Mooti 4th Wednesday, 7ilO: P.nt; *
Collect 8:308: p. m. A, HBNTM.H, hIS ot"'lrt' i ..nIXO5I5ttYTi Junior ChamberOf At FIrSt foilaral. Mavlna and MasonIc Tamplo, Coco .
M. OHKfcN .h I.I<:NI rraalilant Dornifcr roralar, liPS
Only 2 miles 'f V SERVttE CALLI Only $2.85, i_M. OHKKN.. .bla wlfa.i .. DatatiHantaKTATR I Commetce ..", .1." Dorla Mlllnar, H.N.l ,

and why pat more? T. V, Serv. 0, PLOntOATO >hona AM 7-mill_ 1 PILOT CLUBS '
from the Ice Center :2073883.! ) KOHHI'TH M nntCKN and Earl SpenceC5 Pits.rv .

and you'll' find new IIKI.HN M ORHCN: till wlfn, | Pantano, Slc'y CZECHOSLOVAK'AMERICAN Mri, Bttty Jonot, Pre..
whuaa' sat known rmldi -,
FREE Ill la Coffaa County. TaMnralina I,, : Citizens Bank Building CLUBbt Meeting lit ind! 3rd Wednesdays
,, L.P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION You ara h.r.hy noiirind that a 1 Meets Every Thursday 7:30: P.M. $ tiiimllli .
: r6'1 NASA Causeway I ault baa .bran flltid aialnat you In 12 uu Rlvcrvlew j.tbtuurantExenilive :
lbs abova. antlllad: oauaa and that 511 Granola Ave.
\ you irs raqulrad to Ha your anawnr \ Board Monday
SupremeBrevard Suburban .. other raaponalva ul.arilttaa TITUSVILLE POST MO. 1AMERICAN Before lit
Propane : RrtUlnr mi-allnva (nil Wailnaailatr offack Wednesday
Scheduled to with t.... Clork I of thla Court and toaarva -- -. .
2019 U. S. I N. 287-6411 a copy tharaiif upon lha nitmlh.I Hall aid.aarb Tiprslty.ThlSOSdoC :: 1
I'lalntlff or Plaintiff Allorn.,., t and r atanlnt' aldm. ; TITUSVILLI

fl/ 1)) OpenSoon! wbo..:'imIl'. n.m.:. '::.Slid, Tltilavllla.* Holland I .' Flnrliia(,' :Jni. W J LEGION C \. $SaCk. lihHhi PUBLIC LIBRARY

Used Cars & Trucks
not ,latar, than Juna joSh IIM4 It 1421 Draa RoadliCwDS.

YoU fall will' lOb do antarad ao: a Itarraa aialnat. Pro you Can'boa fur Harry Soot, II Tfalrkk,.'.., Adjutant'Comilr, VktIftAN5b; WORLD: WARI i :

A1 TRANSPORTATION, Flat 800, tha rallrf ,dpmandad In sPa mm- M.". lit and ted T.iSsiSap ARRACKS lift Mon, thru Krl. 9 a.m. 1,00 p.aa.
CENTRAL I. lot $223 4 new! tires and motor plaint ThIn aull la ta foroclona a Lminn ".11, I pm. Merf. flriit Wedneirlay Saturday 9 a m. 5:30 p.m.
Homes / 2875680.i mor''..... Tb. real proparty |"'0' Curb rnnnin, American __ :_. _

I //J/ HEATand 'tON DODGE pickup truck Ct'j'idItI.M'fllJft"A:'' I \' KB- Woman's Club of $ xMilon Hall with Cover Tltuavlllo Lodge No. 1982f

.r.iiep to edllnh luncheon, 1 pm "ryrpi Loyal l Order O!
19S6 model $350. 2ti7-585e. .after tins Dial thrraof, racohinl I Inl'lat TitusYill Inc. L. E. Pepper Comdr,
is in In S p.m. liouk in. P... II nf lha I'ubltu )?.e5 MOOSE
a Setting Tom Wataon Qm
/ / Marorda of Mravard County, Mceti
/ 1st Monday of Each Month
1952 FORD, V.8, for sale or trade YtPIdi.WITNF.58, h" Meets Tuesday I p.m.
\\ all North Brevard! / / for small boat and motor 267- ; my bowl and aaal of October thru May Tirti vi ..t.tIoNs: CLOD, 1 Mlllo North of MImi en U. S. 1
AIR Mid Court at Ti 5,1.5 iilo, llravaril
0755. : (aunty, KlurliU, tab. Soul day of Mrs. J. J, Condes Fres."PYTHIAN Jim Maltble, Governor
I Located At Beautiful / r-rar May, IW4 -. --.- 7:00: p.rh.* Thundayi Ralph' Brokow So.'y
CONDITIONINGSi.Zsi3Bu.sSE LET ME sell yo or boat. UKTII n. nARNRHli : '
Auto Sales (' >rk of tha Circuit Court Flotilla Reiitaurant
Browning 2671520. :q ;rd- ;
Hravard Cuunly, Hnrl.la. South LaktH. Motti Wadnoaday

WHISPERING LAKES JUBILEE MODEL Ford tractor' (rOil Hyi*I MeALMay V. M uanalpr SISTERS .i O Benzenhafer p, of each month

good condition and five foot Harrow ll, 15, Juna 1, I Mon) W4. Tltuavllla Trmula M President I I P. M.
A $((195 cash 267-1983 after 8 Mania iind *. 4ih Turaof J. W, crugga, Jr., Sec'/ I I"\ t
On Elliott Ave., off Route 50 p.m. riONIIM 111"11'1 MMIK'| )I tTltlTlrx> : ..,-h mimtb at Spm. Oct. through May

-!.- Mr. DniiRlaa rulob, M III.C.Mrs.1v bV.",.. Hardln

Titusville Wanted To Buy TUB 1'1'1.11"01 a ail III HUH _. J.)'|Ii. Mtowarl Freeman5Piablit tIm y. Uttrth IU..rd. '! Prta.-rh., AM 7-3314

All. 4s'l-lIEssTP5Icn1IrIs: : : 0 .-. H.rainslo5a Club \ $ alIce S p.m.

USED Parta.AUTOMOBILES AM 7-3688. City Auto :la I'tMtikaNOTIOB floral l>y |lvi>n thai Iba kIWANIs CLUB Mtott Itttni Monday Each Month North Brevardflehabllllailon --
Florida Huhllc, > I'lllltliia 1 (ommlmlnn. 7iM f. M.
a (''omn'I"I'" Mi-mbiT 'PIlnl.d by Maatt Tuesday Center
Work Wanted .Id (',mmim.Io,, ,'r .n ICr.min'r 12:10: p.m.WHIJPIRINO Lawrence Parktr Pr... Wlllloma Ace
I II nlinaiad by aal'd l'omml. l..n, will ,Ite.. AM /.4o3Chrli No.
: :
Airport .
ri. h.ulu ,pubiS o hoarlnt. me tO. f..tI.w'to HILLS Ct Arthur Dunn
12 CARPENTER DESIRES trim muIs.r. .1 ibs 11m. and ptsooo COUNTRY CLUB I Carkof Meet. 2nd Thur every month

work, preferably by job. 2DT.3820. ,p.'III.d boSom, : _. .guy. _____ PUBLIC INVITED
1III: I'M. Tunailay' I." 1 18, laoS Is1t.Yrlsh.
.. .. ..." ....,.. Parlaln
(:t.l Offloa HulldliK llnul- Proi.i W. Lee
HOUSE WORK OR motel! work. North Br..ard Shrine Club
---I Tom Oru, '
I 261-7459. yard Win'' .rk. FliirlilaIXK.KKT __ __. Soc'y.l Mri. Martha PaulkPhono
!': NO. T4W-CtT I 3rd Thursday 7i30 ,.m. 7-3043
On She apullcatlon" ..r MIDFLORIDA B. P. O. E. ELKS LODGE AM .. .
I If have real estateto VAN LINK, IXC; ., Moot At -
you a Florid enrporatlin, fnroomnion No. 2113 -
.. .rttrl.... nf I SLITS CLUI
sell, or if you are puhllo can>...I mesas,II' n.or..llyautborlalni M.... Monday Nights i
tha oprr.SInn..s, )123 S. Wathlntton V i Chas. Htllr Pr... TLTTITUSVILLI
., ,, IIPIl'! looking for choice real motor oarrlur of major boom..- I e'clllC Prank Dardon, St.',
.... bold' appllanitaa arm and u..d.rum
-" Jf"l : estate, use our classi'ied mall. ,toe.. end/". w.... Waltar J. Mackt. I. R.r Ph. AM 7 : .
boom,a to tba hh.... nf eonaum au..11 ..telltld. Sic. I
., columns and pu..h._. ovar Ipre.vise .- YITiRAM THEATRI INC.
F' f..'tor '" routaa. and on Irrtfulara nt'YlJ1.; toastm.'erl I OF lit Tuoi. of I.W: f. mi.lilla
: :\ hadulra. from tit and pftiw. ..n PORIII15IWARS '''' tlwalM :. aft ra*. A .. .. all polnla and nlacca: within .. ''Mwalata Saul a 41kThar 'f. .
W.dneadays ; ----- -
liravard Counly. Florida .. -
.. .
l>ra, a PM .h .
MAKE YOUR John T. Bond, Ktiulra, of Miami. l '::45 P.M. ,

2 BATHS. PRICES START AT $$15,750.00 HOUSE COOL! I Florid. .la attorney fur tba Applicant eM., ChantIcleer ciuaToptn i S P.M. Dally RIta. '
3 & 4 At laid tlmoa aid puma all Intoratad Inn 70S Magnoll Ave. Club P. O. Bat lofFI.d
(.,u.. will bit flvan .. op It lil
Locks Gravel Down nriunllv to ... fully b.ard. |"h Ithalbal, CUmmandorMilt C. Brawn Pre"
.white I Hr UIRKTTION of (halrmaa .ob Young, Prla. AM 7.709 MorWrtUn, Quortormatttr. John W. Pram "C t.
Snow F-ilwIn' U 5..... ('nmnil.'lxnf>rJrrry ...... ,.. tee.. "It. .
Tile Asphalt Gravel I W. Tartar, and Commlanlonar ......1. ,....14 Li.Tituivllle .
GEORGE BARLEY Inc. Wilbur C. Kin,. .. and aonatllullnftba Rivcmcw P. T. A. TltUSVlLtEit : ,-
Low Prices! Florida' Puhllo Utlllil.a ('ommlilion .
thla ma day of May, miBnlllni I RIttlE t>l fOL CLUB Chapter ,
Cool Spray MlanioysaxeeuTIvsa HKCRBTARTuna MmH af Rlv, .rvlwSchool I THI NATIONAL .

Exclusive Agents a (Man.* JII 4. lit Man. lach Moot* IICRITARIIS
_. _
Roofing Company -- f!) lit and )rd .
Month, 7:10: p.m. WodraiWayl7l30 ASS'N. (Inf I)

342 S. Washington Avenue Tel. 267-3622 Tit svllJe. Florida 10118 Call Calent Collect Way 20348M, Orlando LEGAL PADS Big Supply .' Earl Snyder I : ,..M..l O.oot Moade. fll JAGI: "..11

the Star-Advocate Office. froaldon* ChaMber of Commtrco r...... C.rl.r, )'.... ..11
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V A PAYMENT &auli/i/ $15,000 TO $19! ,000 I


r A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville t4750to$6WJlIomeu..trtclfdtol800.q.n.mlnlmul1t.FHA .

PAYME:1r: Only Miles West of US. -1 On Gardeu St. COWART CARTER

3200 Garden St., Titusville


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hat, 6B -- fluMlle-PJ.rlde' ( ):BtaFMwe.fi A4andgp, Juq b Wf4

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I I I down produce lane '. OOrp'Tt: JI00

I 1 Crisp Western Iceberg
':: Jfal Green Stamps
! I + I rIA .lt' ../.4 WtWMt, tllHtrmiR'i I

I r::' f 0 LETTUCE 2 Oraiiji 12-os.lind pkgs.. Slkt4 98e.. Itlogna_.

rater. wNw' JYM I" a/M IIIIX


I :ad 19c'IOO .r :..t" IOOI

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1iI : giant |is 1 1wN

w .. ...1- .... I..
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iI iIf \dWs" :$__ 5oiww'1615O

: t.." ..., .... ; .:,..I.AI: tA Green Stamps 1 .,.
.- EXPERT ADVICE No construction Job Is complete CROCKER BUTTERMILK I '
ti without the services of a competent "bidewalk supcrin- (LIMIT 4)) 5-DAY DEODORANT .
II ten ent'. In the case of the new Star-Advocate building, g a 30-ct. jar 69c plus tax
,. now under construction Hugh[ Lee Matthews salesmanfor g J.M
the Gus :Faulk Chevrolet Co. across! St. Johns St. from s.i R
the S-A site has filled that need admirably. lIe is shown
here with Arthur Newton, brick foreman(center) and Joe : BISCUITSBREAKFAST 1 :;; :

Louis Lawson, mason contractor. I? ",, 6 BOJ

t 31 Estates Filed For Probate dairy specials Green Stamps
(. I Mlft4cLi

f In f County (Court During May rig can, 5 CREAM. CHEESE ., LYSOL/ NwN N-o..,list JYM 89e so, aM.RC tF11B.

I County Judge Virgil Cunklmg Ivy, who died Sept 11, 1063, S; OO O OO
: reported this week that his courtreceived value "not exceeding $5,000" 8 0:.' 33C'
papers from 31 estates Luther J. Morrison, who dice 1 pkg' "
& filed for probate during!! May, 81 Nov 29, 1930, value not staled; 50IDE\T.r.f F 50
follows: James J. CauUo, who died May o frozen foods
:. 25, 1963, value "over $10,000 Jw Green
A. Elizabeth Arnold Miller who ;
: ;2icd!) Sept. 1, 1983, no value stated ,Carl R Hem who died Oct. 6,, Southland Whole i ..,.__ .
; Joseph Hampton, who died 1903< value "exceeding $3,000;; 1 t WISHBONE stamPJ'wi.
f\ March 22, 1MB, and Mattie Hatnp- Julia F. Wilson who died May STRAWBERRIESBETTY 8-0. tot. II
14. 1964, no value ituted. : .. :
Jon who died March 22, 1954, no r MlrM WN .
value shown; Emile R. Lammers, Lucile Clinton, who died June
'who died M J7,055; Amos Miuollnl, who 11. Denham who died July 20, CLUB 316 ox. $1
: died August 31, 1957, value nut 1903, value $900; Margaret Van | 50mE' :'Am50
stated; John Rocvnberger, who Bcnichcten, who died Feb. 11, j? EVAPORATED Stouffer's
; lied Nov. 8, 1952, value (6,403; 1964, value "more than $10,000";;
J7l Green Stamps
t Helen Delimit, Leavelva B. Davis who died CORN
; B. who died Feb. SOUFFLE
April 13, MA.I.a.lu.daNdaAChess
/RO, 1964, value "more thanH.OWTj 1964 value "over $10 I i Sankwi Instant Ctffn,
000"; William J. Rom who died gj
: Nov. 17, 1963, value "not exceedIng MILK I0-o- |tar $139
; ,Gary II. Granger, who died In $3,000"; William C. Gardner, A 12 AQ* .
February, 1964 no value stated; who died Juno 211, J063( value nol :. &t7 600QOOOOOOOOOOOOOO B
Lorin C. Griffis, who dlpd Feb staled
18, 11, value "Icsi than $3,000". ,l In our
James Albert Durr, who died grocery dept. .
Jan. 4, 19G4 value "more than YOU M.T-F1I1. AiurttJ lnt 't

died 13,000"April,,Vincent 23, 1904 J.,Savlano value "more who \SCRATCH.... 4M k,,..rk YOUR nl n.TO.r ITCH ilrm. ...... 4. can toll 10 C Puddings. 4 aImucktr ;, 4S_ I Jfjl 1 Green.a.IIII..Ift4.Stamps....._. ;
than SOOO"; Patricia E. Eckel .l.lrk-drfl (IKIIMRM.rfind dnw// # ,'
: ..
;. ,, .;:, ? Ai rt4 | OMM HOT SHOT HOUSIGARDIN t
who died:! April IT, 1964) value .?tlo. 11111. ....e,....burnt.lot I..?..Anll..pll.h..II". Flavors /E5T KH.LIRvjty
; "more than $10,000" .tnr erm. I.h j ...
Clayton M. Hndffun: who died Ihr "." .r..h.ew. !! 1 .' ..... UN
rulninri llrur_ alnr LIMIT PER CUSTOMER WITH/PURCHASES I.PBS 1 A n A A A ft n A ft n n n A n I'M' i
,4 April 27, 19M, value "more than __ ____ / P-es Kol.l r Aluminum' ._... _
I $10,0W"( ; Emma E. Stokes, who OF $3.00 OR MORE. Foil 1 ;
died July I, 1933.! value $3,000; ,. .....,... .Z : J29, < t
I I Joseph P. Kotulak, who died! .
t April 21, 1904. value $1,449j!);
James E. Davis who died April there Vi
f I 13, 19G4, value SJ.OOOj; Jlcrry Bet 1I'
I gar who died Kb 4. 1964, value
'not" exceeding $5,000" ONLYONE LYKES SUGAR CREEK tai
Frederick W. Brecht, who died
May 10, 14, value "more than PENNY-SAVER HOUSEHOLDBLEACH
$33,000": ; Orlu B. Welermuller, SMOKED
who died Dec 18,1903, value "not
exceeding SJOTO" : John W Bryant
who died April 9, 1BG4. value
"not exceeding $3,060'"; George Wekoae W'OII W rndNsal.IIItII
sew 1,000 hoataaaati IMIe PICNICS
HAPPY =-"..tI'J'IIIIX.' :'=':
== mare InfClllHo

Tuesday, June'I MONDAY,
W& half 15'C TUESDAY,
J. W. Cat Ma 4a gal. ID 25'of
Taylor Dunn 1 LI WEDNESDAY,
Mrs Newton Sistrunk ..... 267.0762 JUNE 8, 9, 10, I
Roger: Spell ------------.
wll.gl. It 10& N M...
Mrs. Arthur T. Smith :-. .1'.1'AoWr 4't OF $J.OO OR MORE) .k, ': ',

W.dn.idty June 10 ClIp ,

MM. George Nemecek a a3:-.Mdrsa Peels I IU .. i '
Rena Bea Tlndull I h Milo Nan.Ma ......II 1M I .. I I Swift, Pr.mlum, Smokier 0'
Max Brewer Star Advocate. D licoutSliced!
: :.
Polish Sausage 59c
Beets con'10(C :

\ SwiH'i Prtmiwm'Smokd

Cope P40ics w prang Jye Big-R Toity CutGreen ,
1 1i Beef Tongue lb. 49ePrtmlum
Beans 303 IOc i. .
*b can Lobtl 1 Sinlo' Sealed All M.otSwift's

Ga-Red Standard Canned : 303 Franks 3 "z $1.

Tomatoes 1.I '
. can ,- t

i 00 Pride Of Georgia FreestonePeach -

Halves I ) con 19cSHOPPING .LARGRINSO Size E 28

: Musselman'i TangyApple .It IS APLEASURE

.( Sauce 3 "' 87c
f.r barter TV vl..wna! k..p the outiid. of She protactlv glass PIRTLE PLAZA -
'f.. .' dirt, loll and
flngtrprlnft. And now that tcheol'a cut
and chlHrtn: witch TV for 'longer arlod' If your TV picture lent D.liclous.V.rY FinePrune PARK Ave
up to par, )let ui rtttort 'It to geed working .rd.r.
1 Juice flt.bot.. 39c '
and SOUTH St.
Jiffy Smooth or Krunchy
4d \ Peanut Butler ,I''jar. '. 59c TITUSVILLE I,; : t

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