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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 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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84th Year No. 71 14 Pages Today Titusville: Florida Monday,_June I IS. ((964 Sc-Per Copy Published Monday tio H* V%jt and Friday ,





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For Ceremony t e By ChristmasOf



Fri. AfternoonGround Next YearWork


was started this morning
was broken Friday t f
afternoon for the $3: ,8 million\ ad. dN'rtll' on the $31 million multistory

'Ition to Jess pkrrUh Memorial addition, to Jets Parrlsh Memorial

Hospital no.pllel-work that I Is

In s brief ceremony held\ In scheduled to be completed shout
front of the present hospital
Christmastime In IMS. giving
." structure, Hospital Board Chair
man Mrs. N. W. Bryan turned North Brevard the county's lar-

the first shovel of earth on the ttt t hospital
.
"
project and then in I surprisemove
Daniel Construction Co, low
..... handed the gold.painted
'" .." t shovel to Art Wortham, chairman 1 i "r s dw+ bidder on the project, got the

t1 ;. oJ1 /' ,," of the building committee, say work under way.1 loday,
that he deserved it than
Ing more
.
'We'll move right along setting ,
>: anyone for his work on the plan
our completion date for 11 1
... ning
Rev Charles Batei of the First or U nionlha"" George Klllorln\\ I

Presbyterian Church gave the In e project manager, said I

''r +wb + vocation.County Commissioner GUI u .... -.........._ ------. lie pointed out that the tint

Faulk was muster of ceremonies FIRST TREE The first of a number of way by Daniel Construction Co. As the work Is construction of a temp*

for the program In his opening citrus trees to bo moved to make way forth 'dozer operator said, "it takes 40 years to orary entrance road, since the

remarks, Faulk discussed the : WRECK SCENE Two cars and a truck truck to go out of control. It careened into history of the hospital from its Hospital (Is shown being uprooted by a to uproot it with this equipment.SAPhoto (
I damaged in a spectacular crash in two vehicles, properly parked along the "We will\ build
were inception in ills: and how the bulldozer" this morning as work got under- ). i temporaryroad
front of Imperial Towers on U S.1 Friday highway( causing $350 damage to one own- area had "gone it alon<' over around to the back or eastside
I The above shows the ed by Walter Chambers of Cocoa Beach
afternoon.
picture
that period of yean, using local. of the present hospital to sparking
scene looking south. According to City and total lost to another owned by John financing only."Because Let's Have Those SuggestionsFor lot In that irea," Killorlu
I Patrolman Lei Brandies, a truck driven McCoy of Cocoa. Barnett was charged of the rapid growth, Morleys
I Charles Edward Barnett of Melbourne with operating faulty equipment.--S( -A laid! "The construction takes
by the board has had to turn to other
: Beach, was headed north, and apparently Photo). financing, and rightly so, since A New Seal For TitusvilleYou over all of the parking/ lot la

I blew out a right front tire, causing the much of this'growth hat been the front"

1 1i result of Federal activity at the deserve' Itl mitten would appreciate I brief Sell Store He added, "We realize that for

i Cape," Faulk said. Deserve what you say' reason of why you feel the Idea s few day.....jwsslbly four or
He praised the vision and wisdom Deserve the right to voice your you submit Is typical of your
of the early supporters particularly five-Die. public using the boa
Slush Fund'f opinion. city
U made\
"leaf-Raking Announcement bring (
i the members of the Deserve the chance to beward Mall your pleas to, heWesleraAl pllal will be inconvenienced by

Parrish family, who worked, so ( fv ,, Jill rUDk..llialrman.\.I.: ;..., ijoday. erf.tlU!' salt of < .0 t tie ciijiatcuolkitt' but wf wtfl( keep .
#. hard In setting; t tbtjrgiet'l\ \ ,ft( .*..Ar> !lee;t heiBtre' the riphrfons' r' 440"Abbot'"'vtunr3: ..*'* $A l'' rlal..Bt ''r" 'l\"Wk1\\lI'ft\ <" It af a minimum"

Die ground and supporting it. of the committee Appointed to Indian_ Rlvef Cityor Ion Avenue, In downtown Titusvllln -
since by Mr. and Mrs. Chsrles Stimllng at the site of the work,'
the
draw up a new teal for City
f Bills 8fasted"Sv GurneyTerming Faulk Introduced George Kill- of Titunvllle. Seal Committee Morley. to Evana.Arthur Enterprises Klllorln pointed but the survey
orin, Daniel Construction Co. project Inc:? operate! of S Writ- stakes to Star,Advocate
The committee!! feels it deierves '; star-Advocate Gallle, persnp-
engineer, who praised the ern Auto Store In Eau
your Ideai and will give \them Titusville nel, Indicating the scope ef the
planning that went Into the
pro- Officials of the corporation are
ject, pointing out that the firm full consideration.The Evens and Jim Arthur project which (overs the entire
Johnsori'iReataurant Hugh
the "war against Gurney discussed current happenings Ic leaders at Howard had an excellent set of plant to contest la beginning( strong. Mr Evans will continue to operate front parking lot, plus taking up
poverty" 11 the "biggest/ political In Congress with I group early and a mld will have I full two weeks Doldrums Hit
work from, that the bad -you
company the store In Eau Gallle an1 grove area to< the north and
Bank,,
at Citizens
domestic of local resident. Saturday morning coffee
I move in history" and the skilled forces and that he felt the left to gather your Ideas for entrance Mr Arthur will take over' oprratlon .
Job corps bill the "leaf rak Gurney attend I breakfast sea prior to making the Cattlrmen'iAssociation combination would "turn out one All that li asked of you li South.
local store moving
Ing" measure, Congressman Ed lion with a number of local civ Pasture Tour west ol) that are now a resident of County PermitsThe of the laid
Klllorln
Cocoa at noon of the finest buildings In this partof you Ills., family here In the next few that the realdentiof
j the state" TIIUHvillo within ,the new city weeks the homes In front of the hospital
Ho said that the poverty wit| He laid that of the m:I millon limits The committee) aiipplies summer doldrums \beganto
bill would create the most Is needed. The two men are origin illy I were scheduled to be moved
E powerful blanks I
contract, about $1 million wouldbe no miry -none
show In the county's toning
been
"slush fund" In the historyof I'lea from Jacksonville and have out by June 2These are hornet
e for labor, with much of It pnaalbly You need only submit an or permits the past week. two
the United States, to come locally, and certainly suggeitlon at to what you feel" In Eau Gallle the pal ytars owned by the WhMden fimOy.Thla ( .
"All it la, If. a hidden welfare of the Total for the week throughThorsdsy The Moneys have owned the I
much of the spent ahould be an Integral part properly was sold to the
designed to get votes money seal.No as listed by the store fur the put 13 years, purchasing f
program- for labor retained In the community new Pariah which In turn is
family,
Office, 1IM18. from
here
County Zoning was It In a move
In this election year, Gurney elaborate art work la necessary
lie also said that $M SIS. with residential permits, 38,, New Jersey, They first operated donating I t to the hospital. Much
artistic
emphasized In fact ability : ta tat
:
millon would for materials
1 be spent I
r of them, heading the list. the store at the corner of Julia oT this will I be used as lawn
He compared the dome tic Jot] much of It purchased local. has no merit In this contest, nor
,e Actually, the reiMornlal phase and Washington, moving to the approach to the hospital, with I
f verbal'
portion of the bill to the which does the ability to paint a
corps ly, might help give the
the all of the homes removed
last torn
want was running on S par, If nut new building 'f'ar-It or I
old CCC of depression days and arcs I "shot in the arm," picture. The committee
better than the put two corner of Broad and Wsuhltigton down The arts will also possibly I
slightly
pointed out that ho didn't think He said te people could look Ideas In simple form, and haano
weeks The commercial permits' Both of the Morley have been contain a memorial garden lathe
the country needed such an or forward to completion In IT or desire to judge any art contest
Drawing any words' or any only /two of them for a total 1 of civic workers Ho served five I memory III Mn. J. J. Parriati
ganization IS months
1100.000. backed the week'a totaliSM years on the council, win a menu Sr" 'widow of the man for whom
of the
In answer to a question of how "The contract gives us 24 combination two are plentyto
BUILDING On 'as' See MORLEYS On Page 1 the hospital is named
much pressure Is put on congressmen monthi but we hope to finish! express your Ideas, The com

by the White house Gurney early," he emphasized -- ---- --- .- _.. _.'_._'- ---,-----
aid he didn't get! called very Aa Mn. Bryan broke ground, TI
often other members of the hospital
lie explained this by pointing board and other officials previously t
out that there are three kinds of Introduced, gathered aril ,1r aL
CongieBimen/ : those who rubberstamp around. Other members of the w1 a

I everything for the administration board are Mrs. Leah Conley,

I those who generally opposed secretary, Wortham, Henry Goethe -
administration policies and Lyle Duff, R. A Cutter and
those who vary back and forth C. C Parker Others Introducedwere ; :
: DISCUSSION...:Congressman Ed Gurney (right) took off between the two Mn. Ella Shimer, hospital I frw I v

I his coat and rolled un his sleeves as he energetically discus "It is this latter group that administrator; John Kadlec, assistant
;cd national problems with local residents at a meetingat administrator ""
t
are 'worked on' by the administration ; Mri Fred '1e"I'
II the Citizens Bank Saturday morning. Left to rightare ," he pointed out. Salter, head of the Pink Ladles t 41i

I Ed Stevenson Star-Advocate cartoonist; Charles Best, "A typical example li the man (Hospital Auxiliary) and I>r. A. : ..

pre ;idl'nt of the Spaceport Young Republicans; Phillip transit bill! proposed by the administration. L. Tagudin representing the
Cadwallader; and Gurney. (S-A Photo). It Is I half billion medical staff

dollar bill to aid some urban Alto Introduced! was James

transit companies, who have been Holmes, I member of the state ,
I I.I.Must mid.managed over s long periodof hospital board and president of ;\i
; Cut Water Use time I can't see that you the Brevard Hospital Board of rq -

people in Ercvard art anxious to Trustees at Melbourne. I
tee us spend your money In this Other officials attending were ;
We mutt Ilk residents to time' ,the appeal. was to cut way Now I won t got a rail on Mayor Ed Kitties, Councilmen ;jILtiIpD'I

voluntarily cut their water mtitji far lawn and shrub tills bill they know how I feel' Randy Nunnally and James

u'*'3' "w11 be forced to watering in half "I got a call on the pay rain Pritchard Court Clerk Curtis '

itl up a watering schedule," bill, but I still voted against it," Barnes Registration Supervisor,
City Maiwgor Cleveland Tal- 'II' we cart cut uteage In hailagain he addcl Edna Carlile, Chamber President 4

iradgt told the Sfer-Adveeele ; voluntarily, then wo Opening his talk at the !breakfast Pat Blumer Committee of 100(
this meriting, following a won't have to let up e ecne* by saying: "I might as well President Donn Searle! ; Architect

water u,**'o survey s.., the dulo which would bo embracing be realistic and ted you why I'm Herb Ifinhberg, County Commissioner 5 tR
weekend. for property owns and here-I"m campaigning for reelection .Leo WernerCondemnation,
,, would nqutre added police ." Gurney went on to tell
"We seams very low petition diirU Wo hope this can bo of nil experiences In the IVk
Suit
to water supply thismorntnq
at .
avoid he addod."we yean sad thin lint term.
'. ai e remit el .hose, "I've been learning what the For Housing FiledA

waler".f" lawns over oh.we.kend d* want to omphaalie ia about and have learned "1I .. .. .. .
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and vnlete we ere to this Is not a snt-'Ime request.We that being a Republican even condemnation suit was member (behind Mrs. Bryan
Jess Parrish Goethe hospiUl board -
Mrs. N, W Bryan, Henry
GROUND
weter ihertago, a Circuit Court here yesterday BREAKING
face a terioue must cut water vte lorUwni :
li not disadvantage
Florida
board
from a
made," .bo iln t 28 owners by Memorial Hospital) Board Chairman, breaks ground on the ); Worthem\ ; Mrs.. Leah Conley, hospital! member
cut in use mutt be and ahrubi 'In half throughMit although the adminiitratlon a" property Mrs' Ella Shlmer. hospital administrator, <4 A Cutter
I of Bra hospital addition Friday, assisted by Art Wortham, ;
emphasised.Talmadge. the dry periodt the ii In the other party There has the Housing Authority new while other officials gather hospital board member Dr A. L. Tagudin,'assistant
pointed ewt that summer or we will be in been little I couldn't do. If I yard County. building committee chairman, chief of staff and Duff hospital board member
Ih. appeal to voluntarily cut trouble for water tor bovte- had a good proposal The beach The suit locks to take land in around Left to right; : C C. Parker, hospital board ; Lyle ,
the Eau Gallic area valued St member John Kedloc( hospital awlstant administrator: (S-A Photo)
water w.e a aupi..1' week hold sn W S eernettry urge erosion fund for Bernard County
P I age get good lecepUan. At that ceepirttien," ho concluded. Sit LEAF BAKING On Page I $94.130 by the Authority. Mrs. Fred Salter, head of the Pink Ladies; Mrs. Bryan; t tt t

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Pare J Tttuivtlb (Florid) Stor-AoVMite' Monday, June 15, "!M
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Miniature First Nighters r '''round town



Sponsoring Dramatic LessonsDramatic
carton
oath barbara
lessons will he offered for the closing progrsm. I Phone M7-39S4:

here this summer during For further information cnn.cerntnl
the lessons, please phone will be in Chicago. Although she will not
Country" surrey
sn eight week program sponsored Our. ambitious Jr. Woman's Your
Miss McGonigsl at 2672700. be.Itenetin.. the commencement
.
N the Club is the- topic of discussion.Congratulations
by Miniature First Night-/ busy making preparations
to Mary and exercises\ Bonnie will\ offlclall7"graduate"
for their annual Children'
i theatre for
ors young people under on June IL
-- ---- --- Sisters during Charles Massey on their 11th
--- --- pythian Story Hour at the library
the direction of Miss Pat Her friend and cUiimite
this part ,
r"61s Honor the month, July. Nancy wedding anniversary
Guests At
McGonlgsl, daughter of Mr. and Hendrickson ef Danville
I (Mrs P.uWllklnlOn.\) chair Saturday. Mary Is the lovely, Kathy ,
Local TalentTo Ixora Circle Mrs. W. B. Ti- Illinois came home with Bona
McGonlgsl, 202 Barns 'Friendship Night'A man of the project recently\ an vivacious new president of
Are, Garden Club. The to spend a few week vliitlrj
t nounced the dates and timetthUcll'CCI tusvllli
61s 'Friendship Night was held ) will hear "old favorite" Masse children, Diane and Charles here. The girls plan to "hive i
Entertain Makes Plans A June graduate of Judson College st the regular meetiag of the stories and many new ones Jr., are having a gay time ball." Bonnie will return to

Marion, Alabama, Miss ifc- Pythian Sisters Tuesday night Sponsored by the Youth Con- visiting with "grandma and Chicago later this summer' to

WW Luncheon Gonlgal received her Bachelor ot with tho following guest officers serration Department the program grandpa", Mary's parents, Mr. work in the field of fashion merchandisine -

r For Project Art Degree and majored In drs- filling the chairs: will be held en each Mm and Mrs. T. C. Cooper, In the her chosen career,

matte arts, speech and Enultia day 'la July with preschool cool Carolina's.C. for at last a year
Two outstanding" local young A special meeting of the loots Most Excellent Chief Mrs.
with minor in and children and first graders going
ladies, Misse Becky Davidson Garden Club Circle was held at psychology Mildred Putts, DeLand; Past Industrial Safety Another local gal graduating
from llt ..m. and 11-12 a.m. P. Mead,
education
and Carol fenders, will tarnMt the home of Mrs A. R. Maney, Chief Mrs. Whale\ Mae Reeder, Children from the Rehabilitation ReprescntaUve of Florida Industrial from Patricia Steven this week
entertainment at the June 17 South Lake Village recently. Miss Apoka Senior Mrs. Ruth William Is Bonnie Smelser daughter
McGonlgal's past experience ; Center and second and third Commission wl1clil.\ ol
luncheon of the Wel
Wagon Club Gateway to. be held at The hostess served coffee and Includes being director.or \ *, Mount Dora; Junior Mrs. graders will\ enjoy hearing; the cuss "Hospital Safety" at to Nunnlo and Jack Smelser of

come Whispering Ilitli Country Club. _,Inull. Members, it coopers ssslitant director for more Ulan Ruth :Moat, Orlando; Manager stories betweea I and 4 p.m. On night's meeting of the Licensed Forest Hill' Bobbie and Bonnie

lion wit Pride, arc working enpl.n. M plays suck as "Our Tow*", Mr. Flora Hill, Leesburg; Secretary the last Monday July 27, the Practical Nurses of Fls? Inc, Burr shared so apartment together
Becky, a year-old 10th grade for ..utllJ'lnhe entrance "The Little Ustch Girl" Mm
"A Mrs. Marie
Mantey, youngster will be treated M a Division 28, at Jess Parrot near the college The
itudent U the daughter of Mr to South Lake Village. Ca'Jed Peter" "Edgar A. Poe Jennie
Lreiburg; Treasurer Mri. S..ellCra.re. currently vliltnj
big by the JWC member Memorial Hospital
and Mrs. Jack V. Sanden party
ofShady They were told that the city DramaUsathma", "II a to m e" Jackson ProtectorMri.
Leesburg : and
; Bobbie in Chicago plan to
Oak Drive. She has studied There I I. no fee for the program The meeting will begin at T:30
was installing a water meter "Ask For Me Tomorrow" and .
Helen Hoover Orlando ,
; attend the commencement
and the children really and Mrs. Bes Curry, president, extrcisei.
music tor several yeah, two of
-- and faucets t* use for watering .. Guard Mrs. Edna Kcpp DeLand
; .
which were spent II a night student seem to enjoy IL This U not invites all Interested to attend
Mine C.r.St.! .rers The club will be responsible for Flog Escorts Mrs Opal Spivey,
The 22 old chance for the the at 8:15
at the Southern College of year young woman wily a food program : p.m
Music In Birmingham, Ala. She the water bill each month. has served as set designer, technical Oiltmdo !and Mrs. Dicey Smith youngsters to hear a lot of good Ben aid Mary Starey were

was the piano accompanist it the Carrol) Seevers Mis., distributed Charles Tumey copies, of President thsplan director and lighting technician DeLand Orlando, Pianist Florene Romell stories but It will afford them a The Boeing Wives will meet hosts for the Saturday Bridge

Parkway Junior High Spring Con. with ..1Idloc.llon for over M plays and was chance. get acquainted with fur a swim party and luncheon Club this past weekend' and,

cert this year of s description !technical director for all productions The guest officers were escorted the library the books they have Thursday morning at the homeof from all we hear, everyone had
the planting
Carol la the daughter of Mr. ToWed June 20Mr *. She gave propelled an estimate of at Judson during' the past by regular officers and form and the staff. Registrations are Millie (Mrs. Frank) Sweet! at a real gay time. Mary served!

and Mri. Andrew L. Sander of the cost of' the'- tree end shrub, three year. ;3 ed a figure, of special work to now being taken at the library. 21S Key Midlers Drive. Millie a delicious, refreshing dessertto

110 Petty Circle. She has atudied and Mr. Chester W See- bery. It war decided that a goalof She war class president all fouryears the order Mr*. Evelyn Free and the program will begin broke her toe last week In one her guests consisting of a

piano five years under Jacob were announce/ the engagementand 1300. be set for this project. at Judson and war awarded man welcomed the visitor and July 6.Mrs. of those "freak home accidents"but large variety of melon balls Ins

Hannemann. A 14-year-old ninth approaching marriage of The fund railing drive began the drama award during her read a poem on friendship and Is up and around now and half watermelon with several

grade student she wa the featured their daughter, Carrel, to James last Friday with a bake sale. last three years. Her talent do 13\11.n ancient prayer, after Jake Hinnemsna win be planning a delicious lunch for kinds of sherbert and homemade

accompanist! at the Christmas Duo Singer Thursday evening, Juno JMh, at not lie In Just one field of the which the officers were seated hostess for the North Brevard her Thursday guest. Brownies.
concert at .
girls have Parkway.Both In The bride-elect I I. a graduateof I o'clock, a card party will beheld theatre world. She bar played The opening ceremony was League of Women Voters meetIng Recent houseguest of tho Guests mending were Barbara

productions of the performed local Miniature Tttusvllle High School and I I. st the home of Mrs H. C. numerous minor roles In summer conducted by guest officer, following Wednesday morning In her Sweet were Ann and Bill and Terry Terhune (Barbara

. Flrat Nlghtera. now employed at Abstract and Pierce, M Lskevtow Ave. Door stock and wn stage manager for which Mr. Douglas/ lovely home at fl St. Johns St. Young and their six children, ws high scorer for the women),
Title Corp. of 1'1.. "Unto These Hills" in Cherokee, The first unit of the "Know and Dick Simonet M
At Wednesdsy's performance, and table prises will be swsrded. Futch Most Excellent Chief, who Just moved here from War. Shirley ty
each will\ do i solo after which The groom-to-be wa graduated Members with t plan sheet will North Carolina. presided\ the business session. refuburff, Mo. The Youngs are und Charles Msssey, Mary and

they will do. skit with Mian from school In Pennsylvaniaand Mil on residents Friday eveningto Miss McGonlgsl worked s* She welcomed and introducedthe ornamented by various colored former residents of Titusvllle Dick Andrews and Donna .nd

Davidson offering a vocal selection is presently employed si an solicit contribution Future lighting technician with s professions following to receive Grand light Seen in the foreground and "glad to be back". They ,,Dick McCotter (Dick ws high

with Miss Sander. at tho electrician for Singer Electric In fund raising plans will be an- group, Tho Town and Honor: Mrs. Dlsey Smith, District was the Statue ef Liberty, Mr. moved Sunday Into their home at scorer for the men))

piano. TltutvUle. pounced! Gown Company of Birmingham, Deputy Grand Chief of De- II. C. Thompson! playing the tole, 1417 Sun Terrace
A Juna 20th wedding Is planned Alabama with two of their Land Mrs Beatrice Nicholson Past Chiefs Club of the
The president of Welcome The Ixora Circle pralsud the productions ; with Mrs W. T Brown pianist, Pyth
Wagon Mra. Don Fryslie, wishes st The Kingdom Hall of City of Tltusvllls for their help "Bye Bye Birdie" and Grand Manager of TituivJle. playing "America the Beautiful" Bonnie Burr, lovely daughter( ian Sisters will meet tonight it

to bring to the attention of everyone Jehovah's Witnesses, NorwoodAve. and cooperation on this project. "Life With Father" Visiting Past Grand Chiefs during the formaton ef the fig of Mr. and Mrs. William Burr, the home! of Mrs J. E. Kaon,
that the place of the meeting ., Titusvllle, at 3:00: p,m. All The Falrglcn, arrived home Saturday 1S25 Indian River Drive, Associate
talented young woman wert Mrs. Jessie Graves of
had to be changed. Scheduled for friend of the couple are Invitedto particularly ure.The a happy graduate of the hostess for the evening
Mrs. Stanley Payne enjoys working with Tavsila, Mrs. Ruth Williams of entire group ang "A-
attend A will follow
the Torch Club, the meeting will reception Patricia Stevens Career Coll-ge will be Ml-1 Mumle Love
now be held at Whispering Hills at the William Singer home Honoree At, Shower children and Is directing! one of Mount Dora, Mrs. Marie Mantey merles", and next te appear was _
Country Club. on English Street. the Miniature First Nlghtcrt next of Leesburg, Mrs. J. C. Roger the American Flag carried by n u
and luncheon Mr*. Stanley (Edna) Payne plays "The Five Little Peppers"and and Mri. Pauline Pritchard of Miss Mary Cottrell\ and the
Bridge remainthe
with card was honoree at s stork shower! ( how they grew) which will tho local Temple. group sang "The Star Spangled Genii
lime play beginning !
at 9 a m. sharp and lunch Camp ChallengeFilms held June 11 at the home of Mr. be presented the last of July. Banner." A* the degree staff
Elizabeth Mizcll, 121 Fein Ave., A Flag Day program was pre
retired Mr.
eon st IS noon. Reservations for Shown At with Mi Diane The basic fundamental of acting sented, In ,compliance with the Brown played Why line ?
either be Bsiley ss co- "Yeu're A Grand Old Flat"Assisting Why age Why vanish wrinkles for three
placed with Mri. will
may be
Directors taught during the
Meeting Supreme law.
Temple
hostei Mr- or even 8 hours them
staff Wipe hoursa
Bramhall 2677035 or Mri. eight!: week course and will Include the with Various away twenty-four
Evelyn Freeman read
James Kostskos st 267-5024. Colored films of Camp Challenge Mr. Stork himself ws the centerpiece articulation diction and 'What the a poemon colored lights were Mrs. T. day. Correct them DON'T HIDE them. Let a"GENII"
Means to All
.4 Mr. Homer F. Heidler hoi- were shown at the Thurs used on the serving projection work for the voice, as of U.". This was Flag followed the C. Poppell, Mrs. Steve Cottrell\ work before your eyes. A Jean Graham
table while umbrella by
was
sn
pltality chairman, will\ register well Mrs. Douglas ,FutchMrs. E. A
day night meeting of' the' board as oral Interpretation, pant Product.
.., Flag drill presented the de- .
the table In by
spread over gift carrying
the Morgan and dra. Robert Nevlns t
guest In s pretty new dark of directors Of the North Bret omime, exercises in time and \
green le.ther-bound guest regli- yard Rehabilitation Center. out the motif Vane 01l'tIaea pace and brief exercises In walkIng gree staff of 18 members. They The drill and Tablo we under INDIAN RIVER REXALL DRUGS

ter, a gift for the club observing Paul Murray of the Florida were artistically arranged standing, sitting, running presented many intricate figures the direction ef Mr*. Pauline INDIAN RIVER PLAZA
1U first birthday.The throughout the house.Guvits and the! final, of which was the most) Pntchard.
Society for Crippled Children falling on stage More advanced
president cordially Invites and Adults showed the films of present were Mrs C. work will be given according I Impressive one being In Tablo :

any women In the area, whethernew the camp located about ux miles P. Arnentrout, Mr. James 0' to the Individual student pro

or old resident, to join the from Mt. Dora, where handicapped Neill, Mrs. David Mark, Mrs. gress. Tradewind
group Norm Smith, Mrs. Callura? Mrs.J .
children and adults
en-
Registration for the drama POOLSof
C. Cnittesu, Mrs. Bob Funk-
Joy swimming, gardening, campfires classe will be held ,
Monday at
holder Sam Freeman Flerlde, Inc.
Mr
The Christian WomanIs ,
cookouts and tame ani Mrs, Al Jarolan Mrs. Eldon 2:00: p.m. In the Community Pools, of lvrl*.tlng Quality?
Program SubjectThe main 300 children have signedup Room of Citizens Bank. SSOS E. CslwiUI Dr.
Bailey, Mrs. Leo Shimihock,
for Orlando
camp so far this lummcr. 775-1111
Violet Hughlett Circle of Tent shaped cottage are replacing Mr. Randy Youmans, Mr. Sua Time and place of the lessons _

the First Methodist Church of tints, and the Little Happiness Bushong, Mr*. James Fitzgerald will he arranged with the students -

Titus vlllc met Thursday even- House can be heated fur burs Art Crosswell and Mr*. and announced next week! DODGECARS \

Ing, June1 \11 st the home of Mrs winter use The swimming pool Paul Burdine. At the end of the eight weeks J I 4o
session, all students AND TRUCKS cure
will be doIng D.rldeaa.
Leonard Caudle 119 Barns Ave '
may: bo heated al n. erg
Informal Coffee oral I reading or short skits t Compoundedaeml
The entitled "Tho DODGE DART .
program Organization, or Individuals, Asually
Christian Woman" was presented may donate to the building fund For NewcomersThe Complete Parts Department

by Mrs Bill William, and a* well as campershlps. This lethe Florida Greeters Newcomers r I Trained Mechanics ."

Devotional given by Mr. Gary fourth year for the camp, Club Is having an Informal sborne"Poppell INDIAN

Leonard based on the topic with campers coming from as coffee Thursday, June 18, 1964 at
Furniture
"Are Wo Spectator Only?" far north ss Tallahassee and 1:30: am. at the home of Mrs. Co., Inc.' RIVER MOTORS l

The July meeting will be combined south from Key West Age of Jack (Irene) Schwelnsberg, 116 INTERIOR DECORATING 208 N. Orange '

with the Wesleyan Service those attending, range!: from five Thornton. DRAPERIES CARPETS New. Smyrna Beach v vvg
Guild, July Oth at 6:30 p.m? to fifty-four. Those Interested in attendingare WALL-TO-WALL CARPET TEL 421-4404

which will be a covered dish Stan director and asked to contact Mr*. Senwelnxbcrg ING INSTALLATION "
Murray S HOME OP FINEFURNITURE
at the home 207 7081. Alt Greeter
supper of Mr* leave at -
physical therapist, will
THE FLORIDA SHAVER
Margaret Bower 1019 Indian June 28tli for four weeks to attend and newcomer to the area ga DREXEL andPENNSYLVANIA SERVICEAll
River Ave. are welcome.
the meeting of the National Make Electric khavsr Service
- After the meeting! Mrs. Cftudle Therapists In Denver Mrs. which has room' for three wheelchair HI Palmetto 4M-M21 Factory Trained Personnel

.. gave members a tour of her lovely Mary Witengler! of Orlando will *, and hydraulic lift which Nw Smyrna Beech Parts In S'eck-l.m. Day Service

home. Refreshments wen be at the center In Murray'splace works automatically so the driver 14 Year ExperisnceS
served to the blowing member' THE PET SHOP N. Orange-Orlando, 6A 1-1MS
while he Is sway will not get out of the bus to t
Mrs. John Davis, Mr. Bill -
William' Mr. Cary Leonard, The summer recreation program operate It. "Everything" Far Your Pet" BOND-HOWELL

MI... Iarry: Sicman, Mr*. J. D. ts now underway for a per- During May SS9\ treatmentswere Fancy Cellars Leaches Tsyi LUMBER CO.
ind of eixht week, with Miss given, Including 148 physical
Hamm Mr. Robert
Carpenter, Happy Lawton In charge The therapy treatment, 178 occupational Budge, Fish Puppies Supplies North FlorUo'i Largest Dealer
Mri. Ernie Brown, and Mill 474 N. Orange, Orland., OA 1-1141 .V\
"Thort's A Material Difference ,
Mamie Love.Meanbc.r. children! have toured the telephone therapy and 33 speech! := ,
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offices, and will soon visit therapy Your bat 'friends In Building
were Introduced to : New Smyrna Beech 4211411Learn
the show and
Mr Caudles house pnrniilw snake exhibit .
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guest, Mrs ,. II. 5)1 "
Ruby Dndson of Munforvllle K at Florida Wonderland and ..a. .'. r
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Al
will go to Daytona Beach soon. .. --_ t Halrsiyllng Now NO YEAR'S WAITFOR

Swimming will begin about ) tiy?TthV6 Q1w WOODY'SH.Ir.tyllDg
M
LL Auxiliary Slates line Jfllh. .. t : A "" Institute .

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Wednesday MeetingThe A new SO passenger bus will ... iii. I IIavt .1207 N. Mills Orlando OA 1-OISS 2504 McRne St.
be available by September t . ... = I Orlando. 424-8573
regular monthly meeting! I II I
of the Uttle League Woman's MR. BUILDER( Art YM THIS HIGHER RATESavings
Auxiliary will be held at the PLEASED with the QUALITY NEW SMYRNA BUILDERS

home of Mrs. Betty Abbott 1001 ef your TERRAZZO FLOORS SUPPLY CO.
Old Dixie W'ky not Lumber & Building Materials
Highway Wednesday, try
uw OWENS TERRAZZO INC. for the Builder" left by the 10th of any month earn from the
June 17, it 9:SO I.m. "Everything
All members are urged to at R Nouesa ran SFTRUSSES New Son<..'.... ItowH...11..*.A Her Dlxl. Freeway at Canal St. 1st. Savings insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband

y tend. I Call New Collect Smyrna 42S-MI1 Beach U. S. and Government.wife) by FSLIC, a permanent agency of the


Shampoo & Set $2.75 FOR FURNISHING EVERY HOUSE NEEDMATHER'S f

Including CsndlNener Ij SONOTONE

Hair Shaping. $2.00 ., NEW SMYRNA I 5r st F c eral Satnns

Authorized Sanford Dealer' Member World Call New Collttt Smyrni 4)14111 BeachMaternaLane I Sonotone of Orlando ,

Permanents $10.50Creme Larfest Roof Tris Prefabricating System Murrsy S. Lent, Ms*. Mgr. :.-"
ell only and Land Loan Association of TitusvllU -
WAll 501 N. Magnolia, Orlando 422-2111 .

Phases ef Coloring PANNING LUMBER CO. i Downtown Office) Branch Office

RAYMOND'SBEAUTY OF ORLANDO CHARLES SLADE m WsthineteM st Main. 141 N. Cequlna

LOUNGE NEW U. 3.1 SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY COMPLETE CENTRAL MATERNITY FLORIDA'S MOST SHOPS RARE COINSWe

Indian River Plata PHONE 267-Cm 0"..... slot Buy and Pay Mere Open 1 to J Dally, Alse 4 to 7 Friday
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Ph.. 247-3IU for Apt ere WOKT"UkM.ft7M ua"UII' Avi I Largos Stock el Coin Around

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Men4iy, June II, 1M4 YMmvltb" (r'brMa" ) $,.,-AJve..ti Pat I First Methodist7 Mrs Ben Storey, SupMntrt- Norman served at projectyoni* ,

Zoning Board To Hear Requests Holds Vacation dent of Junior Department Mrs. Mike Manning, served refresh I

works) How'i about It, Tidyville Arlene Jetton, and Mrs. Martha menu and Linda Randall feted
On the agenda for the Planning blood for a ht>use moving per Bible SchoolFor
E PLURIBUS UNUMI! (He
Persons served Jim as general assistant to all
as pianists.
: war a f.rst cuzzln, once removed and Zoning Commission meeting mit for a :S-room frame dwelling
Unkle FuD's ; :: of Ole General Horace Unum Wednesday night. June 17, are from ill present location In Al- the past week, First Methodist :.

4 of the Revolushunory War). three requests for rezoning and a lenhurst subdivision to Lot 7 and Church of Titusville has I
Seen in the noosepaper where request for permission to movea the south 30 feet of Lot I, Blink been observing Vacation Bible

them big city stoma is now sell- dwelling, IS, Rcsulxlivision of Block 9, Indian School from 800 to 11:30 am. ev.Aw
City Council has requested the River
In' women's bath In soots with no Highlands (northwl'sttornl' The following people have par
Board to consider and make !' ol Pine Street and Dolespine
o/Yum/ tops. Ole Kernel Lees Emporiumout ticlpatvd In the administration of
recommendations on rezoning Avenue).
In Coon Holler must be git-- requests of: i the program: Mrs Irma Nor -t LZ

tin' klnda behind the times Paul White on his property (T man, Nursery; Mrs. Bea Gould,
Heel Mill showln' in his front acres more or less) located on Brevard County Firms Mrs. Betty Bright, and Terri

.... window the new style with the Garden Street bounded on (thd Receive ChartersNine Stevens, 3 and 4 year olds; Mrs.
lung skirt an' the high button west by Tituiville Cemetery and Lucille Wunder, Mrs. Jane Gil-,
Yew folks what missed the In Tidyville on Saturday morn- shoes, with a cap what pulls on the east by White Acres Subdivision Trexard Ct-wity firms received bertson, Mi.. Martha Persons, 4
Kafe Klatsch at the Chamber In'. Ole Titus The WhujxTln down clean over the ears.' The In Section 33, Township haiii-u from Secretaryof year olds; Mrs. Mary Jean
of Commerce dolns Friday room Indian has done wore out his way thing Izx gom' nowday I 21, Range 3J be rezoned from ItJ Stale Tom Adams last week. Thompson, Mia. Barbara Sander -I
wooden be at all tow classification to Linda Clark, Kindergarten;
surprised R Ib
ing at the Cltyiins Bank shore moccassms try in' to keep up present aBA Two "f the nine are from
missed tome mitey Important Informaslmn with the gom's on. see Doyle Frisbee, Al Mason, classification on the west 400 North I'>icvurd.Karantniw : Mrs. Laura Cannon, Mrs.
Soin Clonts, an' Coleman Hilton feet on Garden Street ((200 feet Marian Towne, and Leslie
to the Inc 210 South '
pertain Wat, I done got a letter from
coniln' and that the balance be ? ,NO ,M' tTfR
tew work in' deep)
Tldyvillp area. Colonel Parfitt of Representative! Jim Dressier an' some morn Washington, Titusville, authorized Brown First Grade; Mrs. Peggy

(the U. S. Engineers wax the he says plumb out rite he alnt wenrin' shorts. toned Julius R 3.Lechner, president of stock 100 chares of common Moycr, MM. Joan Gaines, Mrs.. :HOW OU
an' he said mltey of no par \alul'. filed June 3, Donna Day, and Natalie Hoffman
speaker some never bin approached by any Roy that'll be the day! la
the
AnJay Corporation requeatpiing ,
thott provokln' think folks hereabouts one to Introduce a bill tew repealthe rezoning of all of Block 5, 1904 Do sccin' y'all Cadwaludor) Mrs. Joy Halcomb, ..
ott be doin' lomethlnkin'About. ccnsollydashun of Tidyvlllo Mat of Rice's Addition from are James Kaian- I _
lly ;
Unklo Fud and Mrs. Arlene Jetton, 3rd -
The program wax sponsirred -, ,an' has no plans tew dew any present R3 classification to a, linos, Daphne Karantlnos and Comfort In witching TV I It {Important) Sot tho many different
by Earl (Savin Sam) thing of this nachure. Wai, that BW classification, The property\ Elpvnrke Karuntlnos all of Ti- Grade; STEREO STORI stylos now 'In itock Whatever fit Into your
Jones of friendly First Federal. off tew settle that once an' fer Is located on Park Avenue direct., tusville.Sirmons. Mrs. Ruth Patterson, Mrs hem dicer Is tho TV to soloct. And romombtr, w. loituro o.-
I If have real estateto port TV and ridlo repair sorvlco.STEREO .
Friday waz I bizzy day. Cent all sew now here we are all to- you ly south of Dna Field bftweri) and Union, Inc, Millie Sumner, Linda Sumner,
I al Wendell Sease shakm' hands gither in the same bailiwick. Park Avenue and the Railroad. 2327 South Washington Avenue, Mrs. Pearl Schiffner, 4th Grade;
I with folks at the openin' of the Calnt we act like good an' sell or if you are John Shahbas is requesting rezoning > Titusvl: authorized stock 10 Mrs Lucille Rouen, Mrs. Paula

now Whitaker Eltctrlc Store friendly) naboors now an1 support looking for choice real of certain property located shares of common of no par Dalke Mil Mary Storey, 5th STORE
all them diggneetarys helpin the best Interests of a communeety In the Whispering Hilltl value, dialing. in !insurance and 6lh Grade
NTS MCOKlSW
Ml 1 1 C( MFON -
"Mm Polly" Bryan an' Art what's destined tew classi Country Club area. Further Ins' agency liinilnns Incorporatori Mrs. Annabello Gibson serveda
estate use our
Wortham break ground fer our become Brevard County's finest formation will be submitted ort are Edward W. Sumoni. Thomas General Superintendent with SALES-SEWtCE\\

brand new Hosspital. An what city (unless we let( it go: by dee- fied column this request as received. R. Llstun and Kenneth B. Mrs Joan Claridjie, SUPl'rlnten'j HONI vii'-it > IKIII '"jam IITUWIIO
with Congressman visit fault an' jilt plain the The application of II A. Young- Morton, all of Titusville dent of Primary j
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at stores of kind, !in all sections
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start going into your favorite stores all over town and say
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CHARGE! IT" .' r will be announced very ..hortlyIWateh
"CHARGE IT" at many of your favorite I stores and still '

statement covering all of ', ., for this announcement!
receive only one monthly your

"Ii.. An Exclusive Service Of .
charge purchases. Remember, the BNB Charge Account service is an exclusive '

The BNB Charge Account emblem. shown at right, will readi feature of Brevard National Bank. It allows you T to -charge all Brevard National I Bank

ly identify every dealer associated with the BNB charge account -
over town at no cost to you and the price i you pay is the
service plaJi. These emblems will I be plainly I I I displayed I

the cash In the same as cash. You do not have to be a depositor of Brevard NORTH BREVARD'S NEWEST
in the dealers' windows and near register

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,.. 4 Thu.rR/i" / (Ikrld.1" EfsFAN.a.Pi It.IdaY, 'Jrdm; 11, NN Scotltmoor.Oi Greco, Allan endaraoa, JU-. Courson MoKtalw, Camden.R. .Bar.,M1ut, Margaret girt.,
r -4 Jess Parrlsfi Hospital Activity ; Pt..: Julia WaUwe ."4buljy haws ctohd A. Cad; U. GWaut.
} boy :Richard! B akley, ea. Es.telU) flicks, Janetta Thompson baby girl Brothers of Mips;
Mini" Area Happenings June I Bind, SUWB Malnpuf. qf \\ri.t-\ A nece Chanejc, Wda Marti ol Til".vIUe| ; Frank W. lose Lwce A. Vet Allcp. of Melbourne.

: mu. Ford and.! bl\by\ gut, Ramona of ftwlinj ,, liver\ City; James \t
Admissions Denv.n'Spooner'

I Pen 2 Cub $couts Enjoy) OutingBy Ada Whiloslde Sims of, :luna Titusvillej White; Perry Mary, June- Elizabeth TAdmlsiloni Holmes Bobbins WilU",1 r.torrl.cm. ; ,pod Annie Tony Qwendolyn Wickman p vls, ,Cathpf Cray Vicl4 I\I.QUION'-DEPRESSION\ PROOF BUSINESS

Conrad, Howard Judith Indian River City RirhardRleakley
Lewis (of ;
eon 9C 1'itWlvl\\e\\ \tl1'\l1\! \ t\lrr1t\ 'IXctPTION NINGSpA
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Mrt, .kttvi" M ln AM M24I ( and ",al"", Eftlni\\ on Pa.rty In,, h *oi of .John\ fltt- Louise Phillips .f Nosy Smyrn me| Purr, Pprpthy() }Hnshaw( ,if Mew Smyrna Reach; Ruby \T TIME won fOR AQDSP UrCPMEaa ,
(the trip( wer fttnnl\ and Char. Map on Wi jmh \WrtMny.\ All Beach; William Lswson of Arnec Chtney ana Terrl Hays
Cub ScllP! ,, NOWMtaR ; Bennett\! oC Miami\ ; MullUene TII\o\ ..... .. tome!,. w.olre for tk4'ores Massbn
mole
Roof Hunt' and IlIesarvlld\ \ 104 s.gerly waited Mimii : of Tt( vllle; Bruce Lea, Linda le. -'I, r."" .
fen tJ. Keith ;: \ ... II.C'\. .ad $slranh rva.avlsao'e e.4
Rock
No. J traveled tp Springs more, Perry Co r,d, Sieve us, .qrId' .n. ..
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fqr John tft arrive home. Nq U James Cqurson ofMims ., th. I.I. t.
bm M\ M gory, Jfts.Jq q. \ \
for I plena h\ pct! end supperMorplay Walkers tad darted job and Didn't Discharges Shirty; White\ of Lillie Fend of ldIQliver City. 'all45hr'\'oE\ ..11.. "III uat 1./"'." .lIh y..r
\ | Jew Eclrna Morris and
\ Juqe\ f. This was t their Lee WI(k"r, MPV Charts Indian Rivee Cityj l4ary Me'Garni ; !
get (pit work until l ate an dtdn'tstrive HIUIf\ Jacksonville; Margaret June 11 gnnty. "g mod kgr.l
lagt ieetli\g, as aH, the hays will Bunt, Mrs. fls.rney Tanner, MT. and Glenda"Sontcgard
\! \ home until\ 1Q;OQ n .11but \ \ baby boy, J(\hn an pf Christmas; Susan Admissions Donnie Collins, SIMSM :SHIMM fork. At.llnl.t"' 1..o1l..lr.rl. .
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gq into the Webloa pent\ fall except Rood\ Hmit 14\ Iflrs. James\ that Ilk! not keep them front 'lane| \ 'gcandretti! :
McNHey of( Port St. John. .
Jerry Eads, Yvonne Callm, Dav .. S wrrklr.F.F
Stove Baylor who will ittmersej\ Randall Marjon opam kvrf "
having real enjoyanle time and Harjung, Bomar '
transfer ,to, Den, No 1. i Discharges Jo* Shlnp ugh, itt Walker Ports Jean Marlowe, .;, ... sm+.110 onnnlh I. ,.., '10... CI.... ,
h Mr
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|It woo a surprise for .Johp() to find and Sanders Bell of Titusville .... .... u 4eO5.1..
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j Parla 1 P,>U and! baby boy and Dorritt Macon, June L. Jones T.I5'. esms.lle Rln. .... fl".o4ool .1& a. Ulu .
Those going the all day outOH tvyNhs" P.ytp Charles Miller of Mar.tI. 554 t.l.'tw\ 0'
op the following guests I waiting to Orlando, Annette Wtitz of Indian River 0. .I .n."'", f5Ie"e\ fully\ g"td tee I''" ,tIP. ,
( ww Scotty Somerset, M(lilt atur.d\ 'y nlgM', Juan Ml*, Vw help celebrate Lee Williams of Merritt Is- mid Robert Williams of Titus- a.r.we 1\.dlo'I. '' S
Hwrt', Gar WMW, Jcot(\ Hoof' l'Ittmep( || reside I \ In *!file'! Hl) |* I Sandra Vanewenheyes Eddie ( City; Denver Spooner, Douglas ville; Ramon Molina of SharpesjVcionica : !! eurh .:.
FioaU and Wilma Starling of net tee ass'S
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Hilderbrand and Jose 7 Jt.gtns\ so
Poole, Berenadme Ritchey, 'Bill
Titusvillc; William Griggs of ph Jolmsnn of Mime; Ann Burn l.rolloq. 6s
Luecklng, Margaret Miller, Graduates Sat \ yY .grsre
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pe David Mark, Catby Wise, tony ; Mims; Gregory Biddmger of hurt of Cocoa.Discharges kill. 1IoI1I.11t.. .. l.perl..ee 1 not 'f"?er. ;' \

: ; McCarthy, Kit Hlrtbberg, Clyde Cocoa. : Alan Griffin Mary IHVHIII.! lBtrlrw U row'Mr, writ; fl'." 1..11\. ease I
Pittman, Pam Clark, John Wise, From Ga Tech ;I June I Patricia Hemke Susan Willis ...... .npkrr, I
Oecky Cocko and Sandra Wald Admissions wJudy Street. Tamara Hamilton Christine R. NU ,TRENDS ENTERPRISE INC.

er of Cairo, Illinois. William Lee Partaln Jr., B. man Heiry Huffman, Christine Schmidt and aby girl, Juna- Tolls 'MMS ri>..>.lk. BlTll. ? rloln. S, lunprlWinning I
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TUESDAY of Electrical Engineering was Schmidt, Frances Albritton Josephine Wood Louis !
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Mr. Robert Tomberlln! entered among the 1,000 to receive degrees Handy Haniblen Alan\ Griffin! __n ,, -
Halifax Hospital in Daytona in graduation exercises at. Mary Hemke James Wichman I IjreelillfJ
I/ Florida Sine ItSt
flu/i11 Warm Friends For
YARD GOODS SPECIAL[ Beach on Thursday, June 11th, Georgia Institute of Technology, Julie Wallace Stella Gibson ,
for eye surgery. Ho will undergo( on Saturday, June 13, at 145: and Benny Williams of TitusVille -
AN EARLY: BIRD SALE I M I surgery this Thursday on the ..m. In the Fox Theatre, Atlanta ; Nelda Morgan of Merritt EL ( Service Jnc.mW .
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-.e ewe ..... tanpwmelete. otlief\ eye. from report. Mr P. William Rrosnan; president Inland; Margaret McNeely ofMim. .
Topberlln\ \ 1'I doing\ real well. of the !Southern I Railway System .. I
OUR FIRST 1,000 YDS, NEW FAU \Y.stuostpn: D C., an alumnus of. Discharges Rosa Lee Thomas

FABRICS JUST ARRIVED New Arrivals Georgia Tech, delivered the Mary A. Wingfield and baby loftJav I
commencement: \ e girt Gertrude\ \ Wright Mary '

WE: ARE HOLDING{ FOR OUR TUESDAY via the StorKN Wluteiitle.. TerylMaya' and Barbara
Herndon of TitusviUe
SALE. WHY NOT BE FIRST TO PICK YOUR ;
13 ounces. ,
Judith Bennett! and baby girl,
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Welcomes
CHOICE OF PRINTS OR STRIPES. SOME ON June 7 Cordially
.w Charles Herring!! and.Ellen Dickson
BOLTS. A daughter, Cath ripe; Faye ,f Indian\ \ fljver City.June .
Chqney\ born to, Mr, and\ Mrs., I You and Your .
George L. Ohaney\ of TitusviUe, MRS. FamilyRUSSELL
A4P.1li! ion ,! Pa.ul\ J. @cle1( l,
NEW FALL weight seven pounds,'six ounces. Betty Jane Exline Thelma Ray HOUCHINS To Your New Home!
A son, Robert Todd bars, bornto Roweil and Magilene Tidmore of Hostess
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. loses ..
Fabricsyd.
Indian River City; GwendolynGraysofl '
of Mime weight sin pounds, 14 L nore\, Maxwell, Doye 219 THORNTON AVE. The 'State'of Florida

ounces\! ) Hud IICII', Wttla Dean MarUP PtEONIi '
A Daughter.\ Jeirica Lynnford and Tamara Hamilton of TtU| 367,715
*\< arrivals at Jess >f'grrlett \ 1w.r"Q\ Mf. ,n4 ...r.. John vUle; VII\1C'\ A* Van 11101of
G Memorial Hospital: M. Ford of Tltusville; weight Melbourne
Mr and Mrs. C. Gibson, 31S nine pounds. Discharges: Betty Jean My- It is our desire to make you feel welcome

Oliver Street Titusvllle, boy, June I hand And baby girl, Stella Gib-
: six pounds, nine ounces. A daughter Kimberly Jo Mc. and baby boy and Charles Lock1m and to acquaint you with your city.

wti Mf putt Mrs. R. Schmidt, Necly born to Mr. and Mrs. of TitusviUe; Linda Gale ...
14 Sunset Avenue, Tltusville, William F McNeely ,of Mims, Isaacs and baby boy of Mimi; .
MOM PAMQUt; MIU* girl, eight Rounds, 10 ounces. Howard Lewis, Margaret Mar-' "\
\ Will Be i4c yd7 After Sale. Mr and Mrs. S. Wallace Jr., weight seven pounds,,12 ounces cum and Paul ZacM\ of Indian
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t A Chaise SebetleH Of T23 CWve Street; Tltusville boy River City; Susan VcNelley pf If you arf! new in \fh\\* area, a phor
100 seven pounds, two ounces Port St John.
Wer Oyallry % Card Of Thanks
d1, y b I cotton ol tt h Finest M*. *n"| Mrs. G F. Exline Jun. 10 call will bring you a prompt visit! from,
\ : flplswsQittlPrl.Etc. 381 Mt. Sterling Road, Indian The family of William Davis wishes Adml.Rioll.jtettl.\ Corbett 1
t fi ; River CUy, boy seven pounds. to thank all the friends neighbors, Helen Jones, ChrWln, cooper you local hostess. Please give her a call!
: i s.wlor, Fall With CettoneJiMt Mr and Mrs. W. Corbctt Jr., Commander of the Naval Reserve Titus-
{ v\t\\ \ far presiei Street Tltusville, and members of Naval Reserves and Clarencf Wu.mKt of
and wonder-
.ttl AlHamhra Sho Mi free and
Skirts, Shirts, Etc J*" te 45" 11 -Il of Melbourne the members of ville; Henry Tp ta>ad(. of Rock. maps many
boy seven pounds ounces.Mf.
q the senior class, especially those ledge Ruth Indian
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By Don Hemfce log out four and not walking a

batter. Otaddork also pitched (or
NEWS AND VIEWS I Little League the winner
striking cwt seven 1a'' JwK ..h( .,
and walking .
The> Beavers struck for five seven a, 4ai rr 4q } "
Bob Duncan was the ewer He
rum in the openi g frame and whiffed two while walking i. 'l, 4 f,
survived two late rallies to edge ene
Brad Churchwell also pitched tor
the Rams 14 In Little League the losers He struck out five

Schools And County To Wednesday night. ;. and walked six while he pitched.
In the ,
The Beavers runt open. Score by Innings: l1r err '.W
ing frame were tallied by two, Rams "
001 300 0-/ I a
walk, two error and single by
Tiger 003 100 1-1 I 0 ua ,
Steve Holland, Cardinal and Alt iR .
Batteries:: Chaddock, Min horn
, len Taylor ((4), and Kyle; Churchwell Duncan
Exchange Rec. Facilities The Rams made it S.3 ami took. (4)) and RogersBox _

over the lead when they scored, Score:
three run In the fourth on two sawn

walks and singles by Don Rogers "... .11 R w 11"1'. .
on., Hai.t.0", I.' I I .

After weeks of discussion, the came and within Randy. one Aker run, of and the Beavers then K..d... ,, :1'.r.1.1': ; f 1 : :
Brevard County Board of Public Uu..n Ib, P I 1 I
Instruction and the Recreation when they cored a bone ('I".n p, .b. a I I 1
County ...
marker In the fifth! on aa error Ro. c 4. I I
Department finally reached Mooo. PI I. I .
and a single by Brad Church. .
171Jl an agreement Tuesday to accept IAlaw.tIRrrb I. 0 1 e

n each a other's cooperative facilities plan for to recreational ass well.Rocky Johns was the winner; R.O.M.rtla. "III"I." I I 1 x : 11 b rl 1

"CI purpose He struck out three and walkedone Torso a 1
in three and a third inning, TlflF"'" '
wt'fficnnie. The agreement, which resulted w. A" II w 8"1' ul
; mainly because of disagreements Jim Elliot was credited with it Ty..11'It. .a.ct 2b s I I'I. e '
I
between the School Board save In relict for the leavers lie R rtmaa. Db 4 I' 1
t and County Recreation Board struck out five and walked one' Po... CO / I' 1

s 0. members to use available facilities In two and two.thirds Innings. Cba iis.It If. P : : : :

plainly read it i Is in the Don Roger was the loser lid M.rt10 Mlwbwu. ;"u, P f : : :

f\ interest of providing the best pitched two-thirds of an Inning o.ot II.'A' n I 10 0
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,tads tludaa Jpaw aWe service with the least possible striking out one and walking two)) (PI.Y4"w.no'. III' lit 1 II II I 0 II 5 II

expenditure of public funds. Bob Duncan pitched one and a 1).y 111 I. a eTotal. -- "

afternoon. The swapping of both '1"anflation's third Inning for the loser. Les ,. 25 1 a I PREPARES FOR NATIONALS Jerry Tournament In Orlando June 23. PUzrick'
pulled a sneaky one Tuesday
facilities, could Maxwell pitched four innings for Pitzrick, and Wesley Kimw are shown took a second in the
shouldered place qualifying
Played nine holes of golf the first time we've -
the been striking out three and
a !golf club in over three months. provide a larger program for walking (two Pony LeagueTommy receiving a few tips from Whispering Hills round at Rockledge Monday, with an S8a I IKnowlei
both county and the school systems Golf Professional Burl Crabtree before and Kimes shot 98.
What really makes it more sneaky, we played at Royal Bob Duncan pitched one and a a (S-A Photo). '
Slrenth
especially during the sum pitched a no. both boys enter the National Pee Wee Golf
Oak and they're not even open for business.We mer enrichment programs sad third Innings for the loser. Lee hitter and allowed only three .

really were not prepared to play golf. Had on a pairof summer recreation programs. Maxwell pitched four Inning for men to reach base as the Lions .nlln i-
slacks, tie, regular shoes, the entire bit, but Vonn Carr, They agreed, that when practical the been striking out three and rolled over the Bear 4.1 In Lit. ; Smith, Lankfnrd ((3)),

the Greens Superintendent asked if we wanted to go a fast the school board will make walking two. tie League play Wednesday eve The Indian added four more and Evan

nine holes around the course and naturally, I couldn't pass available to the county, for com Score by Inning: sing in the!' second going! ahead J-0 on Box Scorer:

up the chance. munity recreational activities, Beaver 500 000-S T 4 two errors, two walk, ami singles asKus
Strenth In his fourth Wayne Bingham and Mike 1001550Yam. '
Well, it proved to be more than we could handle. all suitable school playground Rims 000 310-4 S S posting t
.
win In six Ksxwlcs AI II II Hilt'
decisions, struck' out and then went out In
Vonn hit the ball well, like a pro, and so did we. areas and the county will make Batteries : Rogers, Duncan ((1)), Dnnhoe Is I. 5 0Knnwl.a
On the first tee, splash, right into the lake on the right available their facilities to the Maxwell ((3)), and Churchwell; twelve while walking only two. frent 74 In the fourth on a walk, Kleah.m. C 4. I 5 IIt HOW 10lainousiilte i
for Johns, Elliot and Brown The Bears took an early 10 an error, singles by Roger Ad ,Nlnabem::: :r.1.., I I : AI.a
side. On the second tee, splash, into the lake on the right schools special school events, ((4)),
lead in the opening frame on a kinson, Bruce Lee, and Tim Hulll- P S I
:side and to top it all, on the third tee, splash into the lake activities or programl.0IIe Box Score SE; ITEHOY.me '" walk, a fielder's choice, and two day, aid Bingham's homer Ib.ua. f't' 4.I' 1 I I 110n1111.y get this ;

"on the left side. problem that may be settled A. a H HI"'. passed balls, and then the Lions Hwkln. LI I I I 0
We were batting a thousand when we reached the a* the result of the agreement C..t..IU Oh.ff.r. III I 1 0 0 0 I 0 e came roaring back In their half The Giants broke the Ice In the :.h Adki, hur.l.nw-.Ii, I : : 1syr. I i

fourth hole, then our luck ran out. will be attempts to Piyn... If 4 O. 0 of the same frame scoring two fourth when they snored on a III I I II 0
number five to in keep from the Kelly 8b 1 1 1 0 tingle by Pete Evans, an
We had to skim the water on stay duplicating pro Holland .Ile 1. 1 runs on four walks and a single error, 7'Mats' II II 11AU
the fairway.For grams. City summer recreatiea -C /y and a fielder's choice. iii TIt
Enlist. : f : 0 by Tommy Strenth Ie take the $8915aulomallc
some reason, the ball started going straight for a programs are already working to John .2b I', p II 1 I I 1 lead The Lions added two more The Indians added four more IMM"Kam.' Ifko III AI I II II.II 8111'0 0M

change. No, we didn't hit any 350 yard drive, these were keep from offering the same programs T.yl.r lantlaalRay .Ib,Cf 2b I 0 I I marker. in (he second snaring' en In the fifth making It 111 on two ,.(...... lit I 1 I 0
I 0 I 1
all rolling 75 yarders. But, it was going straight, and that'sa however, DOW the county four walks and a fielder's choice. walks, doubles by Mike Knowlos' .55,151. P 11t I a f e elino

change for the better. We pared seven, eight and nine. and schools will work together In Taut.. B.',r... 8' S Also hitting safely for the Lloa and Wayne Bingham! and a II." ",.'. I.. 1 O.t 1 0 -

Had a little difficulty on seven and once the place opens, both their summer enrichmentand :\ami AI R II IIftl'o were Everett, Mike Brewer, aid single by Mike Dunbar, The In. l.ukl",1 Ih, P I 0 I 1

everyone will be able to see for themselves. recreation programs. Morton BaladoU lor I I 41 41.II U 8 Hoffman who banged out a two- dians made It 121 with a run In 1',11I.0 M.rov/rb. .. .IU I.f, ftt .a O.0 II 0 0 gas :

First, you tee off across a lake probably 100 feet wide The agreement can be terminated (Dunc.n hul'lw.1I 8h. .P, 8b. 1 I 1 bagger In the (fifth frame the ,seventh en s walk and two 'owk' Id f 0 0 0Tott.

and if you>e lucky, you'll go over the hill and be able to if the provisions of the 1I"I.r. P, III C I 1 0 r 0 0 Kevia Robbia was the loser errors It I' I water

see the gredn, about 300 yards away. If you're not that agreement the are flagrantly violated Iwuiryt.rci I 0 5 o lie fanned three while walklag The Giants added one marker

lucky, you'll have to run like heck to get around the lake by no reimbursement party using Its propertywith for improvements M"w..ll HI-,Hi Mb,,pAltar 2k. I A 1 0 0 I 1 1 eight In one and two-third inn. In the seventh on a two.bigger/ Titusville hailer :

ij to stop your ball from rolling down the hill and into the made as the result of Marna 5.cso_ .. e 0 0 Ings. Gary Egger pitched three by Don lIemke and a tingle by
t 0 I eTot.l.
water. and a third Inning for the loner Charle Lankford Little L nu4 Handing
the ,: Adklnson took; r
ill agreemenj: Republic
*fc We'werv lucky and went over the hill. 2i-----' trlkrog out four and walking the win and whiffed six and ... HrfwnM ttnlf
T. It.. 1.Pr6 fl,.n,
So, on the second shot, we had a clear view of the green.It Little three. didn't walk a batter. Dan Smith 1.111''". 0 1,0.1' Modal, W30-RX3
.i.
was about 350 yards away and a dogleg to the right and Bowling News LeagueThe Score by Inning: was the boner lie struck out two TiI1u.I. anra i I 1)00))non? 4 It. 30 Gallon Capacity

near the water. We played it smart and went to the left, Tiger loaded the banes Bear 100 000-1 0 2 and walked three, Charles Lank- cuh. A i ..Mal t Glass Lined

topped a wood and it only went about 100 yards. with no outs In the seventh then Lions 220! OOx-4 4 1 ford also pitched for the Giants im i 0 I 1001 1 Insulated

But this next shot was a duzzy. The ball stopped about 50 Koffee League Cbaddock slammed one through Batteries: Slrenth end Everett; striking out one and walking Senior League Standings

yards away from the 150 yard marker, meaning I had a shot High individual the box to the second baseman Robblns, Eggers ((2)), and Watt- seven. 10 Year WarrantyDELIVERED

200 to close to the A 3 Woodor game: Lynette and brought across the winning wood ,.... was I....I Pi*. O.H.
of about yards even get green. Sullivan, 170, Mary Overhalt, 161. Score by Inning
a 2 iron would probably have been the best, but we useda High Individual seriesMary run," the liters detested the Box Score:BIUIKglliri Indians 010 440: 1-12 0 3 fitAIn4l:e.r0... : : mmMI7. 1 14
The ball dead center the Rama 14 la an extra inning Little ).,. I ,/MM' '
instead. on wm.
iron stopped
5 green. Overhalt, 449; Lynette Sullivan, A" a H ani' Giants 000 100 1- I s 111.111. e1 .1... 14q
League tilt : P I 1 II 1 ::
Monday afternoon II
Luckiest shot I've ever had on a golf course. 429 IMnleO AIM.w 1.01
fvnnl: 2b S 0 0 0 Batteries: R. Adklnnon and 1 !
:A00 J
Oak is Ram took an early 1-0 lead W. $ IC 1
Just the same, when people tell you Royal a W (High team series in the third frame when M_. <"fItnkMoi I II 0 0
: Sparcttei
they
snap, don't believe them, because we were skipping lakes P, Ik 5 0 0 0
!
off and sand 533, scored two walks and tingles by !>.... MAnkor >
with golf balls, bouncing trees splitting traps UPilumk 10 0 5
High team series Bob Duncan and Don
.
: Sparettel, Rogers .
in the '* If 1 0 0
just to keep fairways. 0
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INIO
Tigers went out la front H I* Ik Ml I 0 0 o
Vonn had a good day and as far as we can remember,. CI.sdlw vet 1 0 0 0
when they scored three la their .
he bogied one hole. w. l.rt Don HI 0 0 0 0
naUmtvMSpurtlien 4 0 half of
the third
on two walks ---
The course is supposed to open in about three weeks. I 1 Totals tJIi I
Alley Cat I 1 and four Ram errors 1.10"
Poor KKOUW."Anglers.
I a But, Rams 0.e 'b II II IInl'.
regained the lead
Speaking of golf, Ron Lakin, the Pony League base. nulls Hunn r0 1 a T.ny Pa I' II II
Bun I"ow.r. 0 4 with three run In the fourth ltarn"." (01 I I 0 1
ball record-holding home run champion will not be enter making it 4.3 on two walk and .. Hrrwrrinnth ml. I 0 0 0
..
the State Junior Golf at Fort Meyers. P a a I I
ing Championships Must Renew singles by Eddie Reno, Brad Hnrfnua I" I 0 I I
Lakin is now working at Whispering Hills Golf and Churchwcll C.rlll. 2" 0 0 II I
and Don Rogers .. .
Country Club and said he would not have the time to carry License By July 1" The Tiger tied It at 4.4 In their F.v..rlllt n.l 2b..C I 1"I 1 0 0
out his first ideas of entering the event. M.nd.r R( I. II 0
Florida angler are being cautioned half of the fourth on two walks I/.nrl' II' 0 O. 0 T
and an error. N.v, Lf IIM. ( r I Iy
by county and state official I : :
snow. u JToUU 0
of Little
I didn't know people were so conscious League to renew their fishing licenses The Rams eoukln't score In '

baseball. Last week, a woman came into the office and said, during June, as the old their half but the Tigers loaded "i7t 4, 4

"Hey, the lights are on at the Little League baseball field" license will become Invalid June bases up with no outs, via an error Pony LeagueRoger

Having the lights on at the Talmadge Wells and Puny 30. a walk, a single by Kyle, In IlM

League Fields is not unusual, but it was on this occasion "Unless prices have changed their half.Chaddock. Adkinson pitched a five-

it was 11:30: in the morning.. from last year, resident license then hit a ball hitter and Wayne Bingham col. le.R

"There's no one playing ball down there, and I just will be $3; nonresident, one year, through the pitcher to the second lected three hits, Including a F

wonder if some kids might have turned the lights on for a $8; 14 day, $323; and S day, baseman and in the process the double and homer, as the Indian II ,
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I.
.Drank- .. or something." $2.25. winning run scored.Mlnthorn rolled over the Giant. 122 I I. .
A quick check revealed, an electrical company was doing I was the winner strik Senior League play Thursday
some work on the control boxes at both fields, and the Giants -------.. Nancy will want to get
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was just trying to save them some money," she Bald. Titusville area residents Inter. FACTORY PAINT I married some dayJust

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Five Local Kiwanians To Attend MORLEYSContinued( From Page 1)) PHONE STORE HOURS AM 7.1511: 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M.

I ber of the toning board, is i a dlr m TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTERFather's

International Convention In LAAt l' y' ector of Citizens Bank, past pres
Ident of the Chamber of Comrncrte -
Dndse
past president of the
Ins! five local Kiwaniun Ronald Reagan; Lieutenant General n Rotary Club and a member of a
are making or will make the Victor 11.! Krulak, USMC, e'er I number of organization Mri

trip to( Los Angeles to attend Commanding General Fleet Marine l*' Morley li head of the county 11.
the 4Bth annual convention of Force, Pacific; The Honor is t brary board, hal been active In

Kiwanis Internationt.1, being held able James C. Bntton Consul many women's organizations and Is Sunday
then Juno 28.July 2. General of Canada for Los An- } .y- i n library work and la an organ Day

Past President Jess Childre geles; The Reverend J. Vernon enthusiast.

Ms wife and children, and Past McGee, Th. D., Pastor of the .! % i "We plan to relax for a while",
President and Past Lt GovernorR. famed Church of the Open Door 5 y they aald Oils morning and gave

A. Cutter and his wife have in Los Angeles; and the leaden r no indication of future plans.

already left The Children are ft KiwanU' two sponsored youth
traveling went on a lengthy va- troiips, Kenneth S. Cohen, Tien- I Presbyterian CircleTo GIFTS FOR DADClub

cation while the Cutters are going ton, New Jersey, president of Meet Tuesday

by of the cunt, visiting Key Club International. the blah
way
Ihu Ruth Circle of the Fin
school service organization for
there prior( to the trip west
President Doylo Frisbee, Lt. boys :and John II dc Boibblanc.a Presbyterian Church of Titus
Governor Herb Johnson and student *t Louisiana State ville will hold its last meeting ,

Secretary Tom Gru will leavein University School of Law, president FMyy,4''v. until the fall tomorrow night.
The circle will In the
meet
of Circle K International, '
the next few days, flying di- J
the college men's seivlce organ church lounge at 9:30: am
rect.More ization. Baby sitting service will be pro f '
than 16,000 Kiwanians vided. .
:
and their families from the United Elizabeth Howell t. ,"Y'l'\

States, Canada, Mexico the Circle To MeetThe ;jj p BUILDINGContinued :i1
West Indies, \Ventcrn Europe and

Japan aro expected to gather In Elizabeth Howell Circleof ( From Page 1)
the City of the Angels for the the First Methodist Church of handle pure bristle hair brush Elyte doggie valet. All night park
off little from the
four and a half day event Con- TituHville will meet Tuesday, week a previous with matching comb. Colors: satinwood ing for watches wallets cash, rings

vention sessions will be held In June 16th, at 9:30 a.m. There 1 ._, --'" .. The 36 new homes permits added 5.99 and keys. 2.50Executive
the Los Angeles Sports Arena, will be a baby sitter provided at
SIGNS AUTOGRAPH Jack Lord to
star of television's up $455,070. Miscellaneous
ono of the most perfectly designed Hennessey Hall. Stoney Burke Show, is shown autographing his picturefor permits produced the other $53-

auditoriums in the world. The busters will be Mrs Doug Richard Saldono, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Saldono, 755.

Work to be accomplished'' at Moynihan, 317 Fern Avenue, a Sgt. In the Titusville Police Department. Burke was at As far as North Brevard was 91n

the convention will Include the with Mrs. Ken Martin an co- Florida Wonderland during the past weekend.-(S-A concerned, permits for construction -
election of officers for 1904-65 hostess. Mrs. Hugh Wicker Is in Photo). In the county, outside city ..

a president president.elect, treasurer charge of the program and Mrs. limits was mostly concentrated
and fix trustees; recognition John Stephens will have the devotional. Gonsett. at Port St. John on U. S. 1 Ny.
cf the clubs and districts Robinson Five permits three for $9,000
Named
throughout the organization adjudged The Hon. James H Pruitt also each, the other two for $8,900 Billfolds. Assorted styles: in top

tops in community service was honored and spoke briefly.In each, were \Issued Cay Construction grain cowhide In assorted colors.' shine kit. Complete with
RAKING 3.9S to 7.50 6 fittings, colors black and tan. 3.99Deluxe
work; and the adoption of resolutions LEAF 'Layman 01 Year'By addition, tokens of thanks Co., Box 4U8 Indian
River City for the Port John
upon which the organiza were accorded Robert Hudson of St.
tion's 19U4.69 community le"lceprotI' (Continued trout Page 1)) the homes. .
TUusville Star ,
Advw
ate, The .wIrsk
Claude! G. Marlowe, 1535: hibiscus
m will bo based. Charles nn ,
Optometrists Cocoa Tribune
are an example. Chailis Jean of r
Swain, Cape May, New Jersey TituHvllle, was issued a lt., c P
who the
Is
"All It takes someone Daily Times, and Taylor $16,000 permit for a home on u )
businiibinun and banker, the will go up there and work at the Lieut\ Randall Robinson was Briggs of the Brevard Sentinel. Carpenter Road in Sherwood

president of Kiwanis Interns- Job. Nothing has been passed In named "Layman of the Year," Star ENlales.MONEY.

ttonal will preside. Congress In my term that hasn'thad by the Indian River Optometric -

Principal speakers, In addition some partisan support Association at the annual awards
to President Swain, will be The Cross.Floi'Ida Barge canal dinner given by the association 4 d
Edwin P. Neilan, chairman of would not have been approved If Tuesday night in

the board, Chamber of Commerce it had not been for some Republicans _
of \the United States; !no- Rep. Cramer and I "Lieuoblnlon\ exemplifies For Extra Fast BORROW PAYMENT
the lightest Ideal 01 public ser
lion picture and television star, were able to get some help from 1
GOP members of the ipproprlations vices, and has been most cooperative jui SERVICE. $300.90: 1t.23:::
handkerchief
tie and valet.
in the various motorists' ? $45o.o I Double zipper utility: kit with vinyl5JJ"
committee to get this and vision under Phone 267-4331 $600. I 171;; wide when closed. Colors: gin lining. Colors: tan and black.
safety projects
Tltusvllle Shopping Center across !I Loans Up To $600. and black. 4.99 3.99 to 9.95
"As tar os the House la con taken by our association in the PAY BILLS TAXES, REPAIRS, ETC. I
Store Hours: 10 AM to 9 PM past three'' years," said L. C.
cerned, the GOP supports the
Beal, president of the organlzation. Southern Loan
Company
Dial AM J-1511 equally with
space program
,
Robinson Is head of the : : etc: "
Democrats ( '
'patxol of County. S46 S. WASHINGTON AYE .ITUSVILLI '
highway B/tvsrd\ :
Gurney said he sees "no dimming .. -- VAN HEUSEN
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of the space program InCongieii" ?i
Main address oft Aha evening
He pointed out that was given by Vr.'Wr Judd Chap A La.Muiick Salon it alituys near.you! DRESS SHIRTS \ .
LindseyFatb last year there was some criticism ,
president of the American ,,
man,
Melbourne _
of the Apollo project but Cocoa TItusvllU Daytona Beach )
Association1, who
there was little opposition \this Optomdrtc :
outlined (the position of optometry 5.00 to 5,95
r daY '. year. as a growing profession In TITUSVILLii Op.n t am. le 1 p.m. Monday
In answer to a question regarding Through Friday Saturday 'Til I
the U. S. He touched on the Importance p.m
Is June 21it. the NASA proposed,, 'ol vision fn education?)

space museum and tourist information Industry, and on the nation s Van Heusen styles the good looking r
center at the Junction of highways tab a Alwrdcui fo shortsleeve dress shirts he likes to i j

U. S. 1 and the new NASA The .optometrist presented\ wear. Choose 417 tapered oxford cloth .

causeway, Gurney said \that the certificates of approbation to .4. I with snap tab collars in white or .,
project has been sent back to '
score of, Individuals\ for their I stripes; or the easy-care dacron, poly* '

t NASA"ftegitrdless for complete of the justification.outcome of help lu promoting;, the .visual' T' ester and cotton with regular collar. I1 1y .
welfare of the: people. '
tills proposal this year, there Is ij
no doubt In my mind but that Receiving awards .were: Ray t r )
(his infoimillion center will get DI..terlcland Roy Sinqucfleld of ',. s 1 t : IfI
Holiday Inns; Mrs. Thelma ; 'as- I
eventual ho added.
approval, t !. ; t ,
i i
.y l
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About the civil rights bill, ley, RN of U. S. itvil service,
Gurney said the thing that Dr. Werner Meta of the BreVard 4 laar .
troubled him most was the fair school system; Bob Simmons of : J Ji.

employment section of the bill Adveitlflng, Inc, and police jy; a

which would put the governmentIn chiefs John ThoniBi, W,' T,.

,e >r partnership' with many small Brown, Art Corlew, Brure Parsons wb i.. l ;""f
business firms Bob Cotron, and Wallucp t
1
1
And he ,cited the danger of the l '
Why d. ns. pMe.m.a bay 1 Tltusvllle (PlorMa) tar-Advocate e ?
jruanAr laTa bill In giving so much power to ,
alt.rahava.ami the Labor Department which he i .....11..... II ISMPuklliki ,

termed the "most socialistic department I MuoiUjri.By r ,
In government"He I, W.d..da ,. .lda,1
TUuivllK lIar.I .
look a swipe at the Sup. I @ Advixiaw. Ino.I' a .
Numbs t enJayalb. reme Court saying that the At Tbo r-A4vooiito carefree '
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.manly lnyrana.'same. M Mule DlrnlTIU rRri\
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decision was unnecessary :
prayer .
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.'l 4 aaolhcle ( vill a'I.! 'a
ofdhflneffra Hu pointed out that the I urn : cuts. I ,
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court in made of .,
supreme up Hciirr M Huflwia PmMr.
i t .. .
I H.sh. Hllilnil. V Pftolxrt
conte/nw political appointees und not U. IluilioB. .......Tr.... 0
jurists. t'tho way you like it none extra with perms _
IMPERIAL .. ......d."lu. _Ian bald II Tllu.
DEL ORO "There arc only two jurists on villa 19"elda.. cut alone, 2.00. 'I

For Ldl4 the court today the rest are ;
,.,...",.IfsJapanr.a.flha political appointees, who have .M.MatalPlurla. .._: A.......'.. LA MARICK LA FAN COLD WAVE
n.nn..l' IHI..I;; ........11... 6.95LA
brought to the court their own comparable value 12.50 . .
tmU In hindjoM political and social views. And Henry II Hiuliun.. Publisher
daamld N h", I not >Robert vlil Dunn H; HuiUon.Adrerllatne' llurt MARICK ASTRE LANOL WAVEcomparable
am condemning one party Mar.
"?..*..torn llll.m 0 Ly.rly. Cln.ul.llua Ma 9 95
over another their appointments value 25.00 '
92 M to $17 H.
have not been justified hb-'IJllo.' Ruaer 1 McGregorJAC
Ins sun TMMUM NAMf WN| f.......) "Some qualifications are needed ('."'., nwlb; ; Bro.ar4 each priced complete with 'ondlllnntn. I Iaba..poo
1>'w...n-nauw$amn.-vaoeua sail for For I 1'r. tile I 110. IC.UU a Mn.x11
YYMa.- supreme justices P.non.II..4 111,10" SHIRTS
example they should come from 111' lIall In rlorl4a1'r. NIGHT OWL Hair .ut setS : -
SPECIAL
tune a Ms. Use' a 110. $311Duluth. ( ,
COSMETICS DEPT the top federal and state judicial l

positions" Yr. elm.auwNre.. Florida. pMs.53': I to 9 P. M. Stylists! t Prices : 5.00 & 6.95
----- PREBI With each wavea Slightly Higher .,.:

OOOO OO OO OOOO O OO bottlo of La Mtrlck All Pur.
Shampoo.
pole '
k Absolutely the newest in styling

cct Retail Value 97c .a .A t this year the Jac-shirt madeto
wear in comfort with the

T' ki1A tJtt tail out. Open'neck collar, tab

w1 DH g r Charge 111 sleeves, and adjustable side tabs.

) $ r Choose from several color combinations
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@ M ;. and styles.

BEAUTY SALONPhon. SETS AVAILABLE AT 15.00

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:J UF Engineering I W APP I tl


starA d ,
otalt: ,t
Not to the Corps of Encinirrs ', bi"'akfust at Howard Johnson's

I The Vole vl 25.000 North Sword County Rooldonti publicity man: There was no roily Saturday, had. a couple j>lll
Course OfferedThe ... ..
Conrd"ia! <'y In itHl : ,I OtlPH:
Section TITUSVILLi, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1964 Pep 1-
In a release! about I lie' Carpi388th Semis' as though Jed was
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birthday on June 16, the
CENESYS Program of physics) In the initial offerings, trjMlmi 1:1111foon Holler 4oYc'clmw >
THS Graduates Represent Cross-Section following was stated: "Sul1ul-
the College of Engineering of as fallows: Junction to drink be'.
titncouFly the Army Eniiiurrs
i the University of Florida will 1 1. Electrical Engineering In- / "Why 'la drive all that way, Just
will b v cclebrntinK 'heii Itnthnnmvpisiiry !
'
begin/: class Instruction In engineering eluding a high content of basic "I'l dunk LxerT" he was Iskt I.
in Florulu. The
and associated science and physics and mathematics, if de. 'Why, the !>l'lI"s"' 10 cents less"t
Birlh laces Far And! Near first Army Engineer office was "
| mathematics In September 1984. aired & oJlI'm'cIn\ Key West In 1811 bot.lit', ho answered. "But how
The regular University of Flo- 2. Aerospace Engineering, including .. the same year Florida joined tho .bunt the gas mid other costs la y
[ rida Calendar will be followed. interdisciplinary courses C'II\Cl'rll'l"ary." make! the UlpT" "Well., he reI '

Most losses of the Fall Trimester irom Mechanical and Metallurgical British West Indies Guan Seniors were not only bornin and New York with 17, followedby ota Atkins. Washington\ D ln'd, "I just ke-eu drinking until 1

I (September 1 to December Engineering: and Engineering lananio, Cuba Saskatchewan, the places named above but Georgia with 16, Pennsylvania I. C., Wisconsin, Coiinntiuit, two' J If we recall our history right I show a profit."
Florida be-
In
It 1845 that
wan
9)) will be given in temporary Mechanics Canada Ecuador South also in 3U states and Washington, 14, Michigan 12, Tennessee and Delaware British, Went Indies State the United He also said that lit had heard
tame a in
[ quarters to be announced later. 3. Systems Engineering, including America Johannesburg, So II Illinois and Virginia -
thud Inflation
GuantMiiamo wasn't too bAd
D C, Cuba, Johan- States And also If our memory i
It Is expected that the GENE- interdisciplinary courses uth Africa Panama.They're 10, Caliloinia and Kentuckyseven ,
[ SYS permanent facilities will be from Chemical Electrical Industrial "far olf" places but Florida was the place the most !New; Jersey, South Carolina <'suing, S, Africa, Rilocle Islnnd hits not lert18, Florida steedid If >PU make purcharo stud I for-

available for classei of the Win Mechanical, and Metallurgical !- they represent the birthplaces of scnion selected to be born Noith Carolina, and Indiana Maryland, Oklahoma, Saskatchewan. from the Union and joined ret jour so much change you haven'tlust

ter Trimester (January 11 to Engineering and Engineering some members of the senior There were Sti listing the slat six Alabama, Missouri and Canada, Colorado/ Nebraska Ihl'I Conic-curacy on Jan 10,

| April 14)), at which time tho Mechanics.A das of Titusvillu High who lecclved as their birthplace. Ohio five, Massachusetts, Miss- Ecuador, South America, 11101 some 18 yeais later '
CENESYS Television Network program in Systems Analysis diplomas here last week Next in line lire West Virginia ie'ippl. ana Texas four, Mmnos- South Dakota, Idaho Iowa Oregon ,, One of the worst tragedies that
', \ linking Gaweivllle, Daytona Wit: a heavy concentration in and Panama Caniil,, Zomi Denis betrle. who introduced can befall a man Is to have ulcers

| Beach, Orlando Cape Kennedy mathematics is under consideration pleted GENESYS Applicationsfor Jersey no later than June 26, ing additional requirements Amore one. Congiewmun Ed Gurney at a and still not he a success
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l and Melbourne will become op- by the Graduate Faculty of Admission to the University 1064. complete statement of admission -

crahve. The CENESYS Central the College of Engineering and should then be sent to the Regis CItE apphc tons may be obtained nqtiiremenu will be

i Facility will be located at may be implemented by the trar, University of Florida by writing the Educationtil moiled t tn students who requestthe

I Cape Kennedy time GENESYS opens Gainesville, Florida Course Testing Service or requestingthat Pullmlnary Enrollment
In Benrril, the Graduate En- All of the above curriculaare announcements will be mailed to a GRE application be sent forma
Iglmeiing Education System will expected to be offered Initially those on the Preliminary Enrollment with 'the Preliminary Enroll

i follow the same procedures and nt the Cape Kennedy Central bat as soon as they become ment Forms They may possibly

i regulation us the Gainesville Facility; however, not all available. be obtained at the Exami-- '+r 1 s

campus. will be given at each satellite Graduate Record ExaminationAll nation Centers so long as their May 29thEventful .s ,..
No more than 30 students will facility.A protective CENESYS supplies! lest.Minimum ;
be enrolled in a class. In the detailed announcement of { ir,1
students are advised to qualify Requirements
case of televised classes, the curricula to be offered at each themselves for the highest possible For Admission O :,
total class enrollment at all locatIOns GENESYS Center will be made To CENESYS
student classification. A
throughout the GENE after the results of the Preliminary
All students enrolling in the
SYS system will be held to 30. Enrollment have been eva satisfactory score on the Graduate Date r ,"
Thus students will be afforded an luated. Record, Examination (GRE) CENESYS Program\ whatever r

opportunity via the talk,back Preliminary Enrollment IK a fundamental requirement of their classification, alms, or objectives May 211th has a special meanIng "

system to converse with the Prospective students considering the University to deteimlne the must sccuis admissionto for the Henry Gonzales family ; #
course instructor commensuratewith study at any GENESYS Center student'I educational background the University of Floiida. The which lixes at 1J2 Jackson i
the live classroom. are invited to send their general scholastic ability minimum requirements for an Street in Tllusvlllo. r
It Is expected that approximately name and mailing address to and comprehension of the admission to the College of Engineering .
70 mulct lals basic to success in Mrs Gonzales returned home
percent of the Instruction the: are: -
will be live, and 30 percentby CENESYS Liaison Office graduate engineering study IA. Baccalaureate degree recently from Cape Canaveral MOWING ONIETHINC ?

television. AFE1R (EPSI)) The Aptitude Test of the CHE from a curriculum accredited by Hospital biiniiinii with her the

Courses numbered SOO 599 Patrick Air Force Base will be given at 8:45 aim, Saturdoy the Engineers Council for ProCessional couple's newest child J. D. Con It'. so easy to rent a King Truck. One GET A
t are at the advanced under. Florida July II, 1964 at Brevard Development (ECPD) nies, who/ was born there on
graduate and graduate level. Preliminary Enrollment forms Junior College\ In Cocoa Rollins or May 29.Waiting. I low coil covers everything/ even

Courses numbered ODD and a- will be mailed to them. These College In Winter Park and tho II). Baccalaureate degree In for her at home was 'Iniurane You'll,, find lust whet you

level.hove are at the full graduate should be filled In and returned University of Florida In Gainesville engineering< science or math not only/ her husband, but h"rtwoY'lr.ol need for any itie lob.
promptly. ematics from an accredited college
<1 son, C. It. Gonzales,
Initial CENESYS Curricula Based upon the Preliminary The Engineering Advanced or curriculum and evidencethat who was born on May 2V 19M2, Don't wait another! day e e tnvaitfflatoand

Although GENESYS will give Enrollment information, the Test will be given at 1.:45 p m. the applicant Is preparedand And while she was In the Caps NEXT TIME GET A KING RENTAL
courser listed In the Graduate proper CENESYS forms for application on the same day. qualified to pursue the selected Canaveral Hospital, her niece, R EN TAL
Catalog under many different for Admission to the Fees and application for the engineering( course>> work. Sandra Renee Arnold of Cocoa TRUCK It Coats So Little.

departments. there will be three' University Florida will be G:?E must be received on their To receive graduate credit, the Beach; came to visit her, When SUNRISE BLVD. AT 10th AVENUE TRUCKPhono
principal groupings! (each in- forwarded to each Individual according own forms ''by Educational TestIng student must also be admitted to was' Sandra born-why on May
-eluding--basic. mathematics and / to '1ils'needs. The com- Service, Princeton, New the Graduate School by satisfy- 2Ulh of 'oursl'-In 1MB Louis King Collect JA 3.7326
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.kt w9l ."
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Start your tour at any of the Cosmopolitan communities shown on tho .fI'" wot(lute| mrihMUHW4T H Im5kwsv! d fie SO L
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adjoining map Ask any salesman there for comploto details. {: Weed.d.sd) sal NA/A/Ae11WAr dd
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Finish your tour at Fairway Estates South the 6th community _n'w en nos e.. ea.A
d MFO
Your complotod TOUR CARD will bo honored there for a valuable prl... ';' ORLANDO INDIA RIVER CITY
You don't hare to comploto the tour In ono day Make it a loUuroly
Inspection of Brorard'a finny homo values
NOVA PROJECTS

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BRENTWOOD ESTATES-ON WEST GARDEN STREET-TITUSVILLE ,.
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S Models of 23.4 Bedroom Homes priced from $85 monthly including everything. 't 1yt., .
IMPERIAL ESTATES-JUST 1/2 MILE WEST Of U.S. 1 ON HWY. 50 TITUSVILLE '

S Models of 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes from only $89 month/! including everything. CAPE

COLLEGE MANOR CLEARLAKE ROAD & DIXON BLVD. COCOA' y KENNEDY

3 Models of 3 & 4 Bedrooms form only $90 monthly Including everything. \Ii I

CATALINA ISLE-ON AlA BETWEEN THE 520 & BENNETT CAUSEWAYS-MERRITT ISLAND. MERRITT

Models of 3 & 4 Bedrooms as low as $106 monthly including everything. ,

KING'S GRANT FISKE BLVD. JUST SOUTH OF BARTON AVE ROCKLEDGE :Jt' ''' ISLAND

5 Models of 2.3.4 Bedrooms from $85 monthly f'"
only Including everything. ,
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1 5 Models of.3 & 4 Bedrooms as low as $108 monthly Including everything. f.;"

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WHY PAY RENT? DIMM II.J.(ol Syrd f I.M) a light tittvm m north Mantis to Itloml.ntrnnr mid* CANAYEIAI
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2-1 TltVlYlllo (Plorhf.)>> Ste,. AllY..... Monday, Juno 15, 19M -- elitinl: Swimming,.. Instructorsat Visits Merrltt Island Whispering Pines News ing at DaytonsJtfenpummra .
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u -- --- the Pool: Nature Studied and Gary RMnehart! has been the Mr and Mrs. K: E.lIon to trie Park a 1

etM Awweregw+w w.weeeplprl P Apw Library, Mn Nancy Cairly, guest of Mr. and Mrs BiU 'Uft last Wednesday for Milton Miss Joan Roderick a NAS,(

Remedial: Reading. Mri. Cl n I Hall, MU Patricia Blackmon; Merritt island for (the past week Mary V. Allen, who will be stayIng Harry Hochderttsr former!)

,.t Klndmj len, Mil Margaret Other guests at the Corum home a month with them In this from Orlando.

er Hal'um! Miss Pat Tupper and hive: been Georgia Ann, Eddie Park. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B I

vtT Miss Ellen Webber will serve and Alice Shepard of Jupiter Mr, and Mrs Slmmle Sibley Lavender at the park this week)

m student helper fast Wednesday night, the and family have moved from were RoPe and Joe Rankly from|
IO" P-sr-nt. are reminded that Corums entertained at a pool Peach PensaoolaMis .
this area to Davtona
; children taking swimming must and patio cookout party Mr Superintendent Rosalind Easter, daughter .
and Mrs Ed Rhlnchart attendedand gibloy was Building
I Tf T- have membership to the pool. Gary accompanied them for Imperial Towers, of Mr and Mrs Luke Easter, I

This can be purchased for $1.00. home, I I and is starting a similar build" See I I.R.C. NEWS On Pap ].B

The children must have 15c I
:;
daily for swimming Instruction Movie To LtHigh Acre.

I JaI fees Children will lit hunch Word has been received from
J
I. at fch" by bringing tack FLORIDA'S FASTEST GROWINGGAS
limo
Mrs Betty Narkl, an 011))
I lunches. CoM drinks will be
1r r J JWJ fold at the school Movies will resident <'f this city, that she UTILITY BRINGS

r be shown during the lunch houi will bo moving Into ncr new

f g.tlIveaIdle. Other than the regular acUvl luune on Bear Lake, 1 It Rich NATURAL GAS TO '"
;
ft'lOC'f ties, spotlal activities are planned spend Avenue, LcHlgti, Acres, )
AJP r1' ;! including an excursion to around the 20f! of June. Since TITUSVILLE .

Weekl Wachee Springs Intra she sold her property on U S.
6o. ....... : 'I ., .
mural sputa with trophies, ice No 1 she has been visiting' her

I J '" cream, watermelon and movie ton, Frank Jr and family at { City Gas Company tf Florida has brought

": ..\ socials art planned Immnkalr-e. I I natural gas to Brtvard County Live modern
1." ,t 'o -- -- for
and save money with nalur.l.u cooking
I' ,:,', horns hosting t air conditioning, clothes drying

t .... J water 'hating. and many eommsrelal t
'L'"'f t''''-' industrial applications Through ear subaldisry -

.. __ fI ",u.F MIMSMETHODIST Drl.Gss Corporation-ws also supplythe
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MAJOR LEAGUE "TIGERS" The Tigers Gills, Steve Allen Dennis Ringer, Riley '. .,. ...-....<< 'j (Coast bottled gas throughout the county
of the Major Division of the IRC McCafferty Back _.. ... r Jar' ..,.tlJS.. : _1 I All City Gss and Drl.Gas cuitomsrs are
; row Manager Dave ,.,...... union .
;;; serviced by employs**
Little League are, left to right: Front row- Sanborn and Paul Mozak Assistant man. CHURCHPresents
Rodney Blankenship, Dennis Nankivil ager John Barnett was unavoidably absent CUTEST 'PAPER BOY'Patti (

eonard Zackel, Mike Marr Allan Welly; when picture was taken. Cowlin, new Star.Ad-
sbcond vocate 'paper-boy' in Whispering
row Randy Blankenship.. Sidney
Pines Trailer Park, CITY OAS COMPANY OP FLORIDA

Indian River South TituiviHe Happenings is one of the cutest selling Poe 'PO"'TION" ON O''VIC',CONVI"aloN a naves. CALL I

anybody's paper anywhere. OOOOA. I AM TITU::..Lll.5 I I I M5L5OURNa'eae4e4. PA 5.4100
I Don't you agree?

family and they all went out to Joseph

106 Register For Reading Program dinner nice .cool, after ride which home, they after/had sundown a. hry ''I-OOCOA DIRECTORYPlanes I


Sm.key Sea Reading ProgramOne Is a student at Coqulna Elementary From Dunnellon Brookshire

hundred and six children School and will be In the Jack and Ruth Senn from Dun Caqulna Summer I Organs Guitars Aecesserlei
have already signed the reglstration third grade Rent year, She wantsto nellon visited her sister, Mrs Recreational I eg '
Program
books for the "Smokey be a teacher when she grows Mary Boggs several days l last HI-'I! Gibson
Bear Reading Program'* spon up week. All the members of the 321 children have registered Preacher Sterea E13IZIIJI" Guitar
for the Bummer recreation program I Records USCSHO! Band
S
erred by the Indian River City family are originally/ from up at Coqluna Elementary ___A...___
Worn Club, The has North Players ? InitrumantiExpert
an s response The Senna settled In Dun ,
Monthly Meeting ef little league School which Is scheduled to begin Singer -
been children will Repairs on All Band Instruments
*o great the nellon, whereas Mary ictiled in
be divided into groups of 11 to The regular monthly meeting our city Monday June 22nd at 8:15: I 51 S. Attends Phone SU )7711 Cocea Beach
of the IRC Little League Boardof
am Musician ------ ---
20 for the story hour II
Director. and officers will beheld The first day, all children will! AUTO SALES i MOBILE HOMES
The will continue for
program lurprlie Birthday for Son
tonight at 7:00: p.m. at the assemble in the cafetorium to
eight June week. beginning Tuesday, Heeling, Room of the River M,. and Mrs, Norman Moodyof get schedules except the kin- TEST DRIVE THE NEW NOVA TRAILER SALES
16th Animated cartoons
21 Different Floor Plans
Lanes Bowling Alley In Indian 123 Pineda Drive and Mrs dergarton children who will report
will be shown for nearly 30 min., SAAB To Choose From
River Plata All directors
officers directly to room No 1, _
utts! along with a songfftt, end Moody'a two sisters and their rn.O8ai.AND PACKWOOD -
30 minutes have been allotted to attend and officials are rllQqe,11j husbands, spent a ,very pleasantday The hours for the program'are REVIVAL THIS SUNDAY .wld'ewdp. _...1""", M s.w.R oII04M' PLCONA PIEDMONT: -NOMETTB: TITAN -

for the story reading This wilt at. follows: Summer Recrea P.t
In Lakeland last Wednesday SPACELAND SAAB raw Tame Few DellTCrr Up
provide an Interesting and edu Mrs Moody s son, Ralph, Is work. Lion: C:15 a,m. to 2:15 p.m, Kin.dcrgnl'tcli CONTINUING THRU JUNE 28 120 Florida Ave, Cocoa, 434343 T MU N. ear ,to.... C. I. N*. I
rational along with 1 8:15: am, to 12:1:li Trl DM MMt
program a TO N.C. Ing In Lakeland at the present EVENINGS AT 7130( (Mondays Exclud.d) AUTO SALES SERVICE
Reading 00
lot of fun, for the children In and Wednesday was his birthday.The p.m. Remedial : 8: l
ages from 4 to S years Mrs. W W. James, Sr of 409 visitors from this city stopped 10:00: am, 10:00.12:00: noon, or =one To Hear This Interesting, Interested and Insplra-'
Children may still be registered Pritchard Street, left Friday for In to Happy Birthday"' 12:30.2:30: : p.mTeucheri Cam To Her This .Interfiling, Intoroitod And: HUNTER
say
at the IRC Library up to and Whltevllle, North Carolina to and ,visit with him and his fam far the program are :Inspiring I Heart Noted of Evangelist the Blutgrais From Lexington, Kentucky LINCOLN, MERCURY, INC.

Including Tuesday June 16th The help Mr. James brother and sis. lly Director Luther F Rogers- Lincoln Continental Lincoln
groups and time are: Ages 4 tor.In.law, Mr and Mrs.. H. L.I' After' an exchange of gifts, Sports and Game, David Gras CHALLENGING PREACHING STIRRING MUSICI! Sales Parts Servlc. c
and I. 10:00: to 11:00: a.m.;" ale James; Sr of that city, celebrate father sad mother,'uncles and) cr, Miss Anita Garrison; ArtT\ I
6 W8? ,J30; to 400; pm I' their 50th LOCATED NEXT TO THE MIMS FIRE STATION Good Used Cars
wedding anniversary, aunts, combined with Ralphs and Crafts, Miss Regina Mab- I44S W. King Cocoa 434.2311 HONDA MOTORCYCLES:
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Industrious Cftiiens I I AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION I HAM CYCLE CENTERSNO

Patti Cowlln, age! I. Is the daughter -! PURE AUTOMATIC MONEY DOWN-:3 yrs.te pay
Mil King. Coooa -
of Mr, and Mrs Clyde
TRANSMISSION CO. 110 Halx-otlf K.u O.Ills
Cowlin owners and operators of MAGNOLIA PLAZA, TITUSVILLIpalePart.nrvlceAece.aorlee
the Whispering Pines Trailer COMPLETE AUTOMATIC
"N..d Two WbMliT 0M Hambontl"
Park Even when school Is In progress TRANSMISSION SERVICEOn
Patti has JJdl/\ All Makes
some spare time FINANCINGAll MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
and she tries to make the best Work Guarantoodl

use of It, 22* Forest Ave, Cocoa, 4J4-W44 Guitars Drums, Banjos Etc.

She lives In the trailer park, .ra > BEAUTY ACADEMY Gibson Fenders, Gretich, MarthbSlinprland "
knows everybody who lives there, a- BY S s Ch'oLZ Rogers Kay.
knows who Is leaving and who f LEARN HAIRSTYLING Mammoth Stock of Shoot Moils

has left, and gets acquaintedwith T.Jk" Get In High Pay Brackets GOULD MUSIC CO.
all new.comers. The result Enroll Anytime 109 King St., Cocoa, 434-t2S1
Is that Patti knows everybody Small Monthly Tuition

and beat of all, knows where they r DAWSON COCOA OFFICE SUPPLIES ;
all live. BEAUTY ACADEMY T

It seems that the paper boy, 200 Wlllard, Cocoa 636.3220 IKOtOHT orrl'NhgLIPIIRvt
: <(<::0.
whose route Included this park, CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT lorn IWttUTllu
did not know the people and .>llle till-UW

many times was so overloaded CANAVERAL W. have a aaleimaa In Tltuavlllai
EQUIPMENT .
with papers for other parts of his three d.,. cnin week ta help you wally
& SUPPLY Inc. De.kf Cbalri, Flllni Huppllei.
route, that he was glad to bow 1 arapha Hlapllnf M ,'hlnn,
out of the Trailer Park. Patti do. Rentals Sales Service Cabinet, Typawrlxra, Addlni
oiled she would like to dandle Scaffolding! Inu.

the delivery of papers In the : c:=zIi Morrlti Island Ph 434.2W3: -PEST-CONTROL-.- JllmJ
park Her parents made the ar.

ranecments and, since last Mon. JEWELERSMANUFACTURING._ Termite and Pelt
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day, Patti has been tho 'Paperboy'
COCOA MFG. JEWELERS WALKER CHEMICAL
delivering papers in the
..o..4g It DIAMOND SETTERS"Br.varcJ' EXTERMINATING CO.
Last
park Monday was her first -
1014 So Dixie Hwy, Cocoa
s Only Mfg' Jowolor"and :
day and she sold 22 papers Wed.
nesday it was 27, last Friday It Diamond S ttor' I Call Collect 4341830

was 27 and she has 2fl hooked Z* +. RNa11r 1 i New Mountings Jewalry Repairs REAL ESTATE
for tonight. So, her first adventure All Work on Premises : I
432.0477
Into 101 Harrison Cocoa -
the business world
seemsto -.
:a : Joo E. MooreInc.REAL
.
be paying off MOBILE HOMES
She qualifies as the youagcHt'News . . ibis la th. New Englander colonial charm with beautiful colonial luxury In a four bedroom home -- ----
ESTATE
VINOALE, KNOX, VAN DYKE
boy" or shall we say'Newsgirl' straight out of old New England. Just one of dozens of the world r.nown.d Don Schols prestige deslgna available Wa have Complete I
In Tltusville, Her tha floor piss to Cull Tour
father made one stipulation and In Formal Provinciate. Dramatic Contemporary, Luxurious Colonials, Outstanding Tradltlonala . all your family kudfi.1 and the Custom payment Inicrlnra plan.to.. suit our Real Estate Service
that Is: the first $1X0 every week prclally. ... ua Cur situ. Sec..... 114 Harrison Cocoa 434433:
will be banked, but whatever she backed by the nations largest organisation devoted to the quality home concept. odes R.> --rta"01., and lou, ,..", Financing and SEWING MACHINES I

4 makes over that Is hers to dn Just for you . ls a copy of the "Famed Scholl Do alga CoU.ctlon"lovoly award winning homes In full color WYATT MOBILE HOMES
.
with whatever she/ wants Patti tom a Dlale l Hlfbway. Cocoa SDH 1444 C.mp..1
Or call for an appointment for' a showing of the color and sound film depleting Amorl a'. dream homes now MOBILE HOMES Brevard Sowing County's Machine Only Center .

GEORGE STUART Present- available right here In Brevard County. -Baird Mobile Homos Inc. R>New palm' -*Acr iMd>aorlr Machine>..Ra-nula I
"'d_ IMITN COICN Kj.y Bula-rt Term
ADDING MACHINE EXCELLENT FINANCING AVAILABLE WIt. Over M Now and Used APOLLO SEWING CTR.
'1 Morrltt Island Shopping Center
NOMraorrice er -.-................ .-.,.... ..,...---..---- to Choose, From Morrltt ,Island, Flo.

Enclosed find 51,00. Pi.... tend 38 page "D.algn Coll.ctlon" Brovard's Largest Dealer TIRES I
HURRY! Write
or 7 ml. N. of Cocoa U. S. I, 434-5111

I Name . . . . . . .. ... _. Slr..I.. . . . . .. ALL SERVICE TIRE CO. '!
EXPRESSWAY MOBILE

II call 723 6919 Clty . . . . . ....1." . Phone . . .. . HOMES Rotroodlng Passenger and-Vulcanising Truck 'f..
I 44 Model SO K 10 2 Bedroom and ''nlutrl.llqulpm.nt

..oweseoa1N W. u. Interested In building In ,the s. . .. '.re.. Fully Equipped All Work Guaranteed
$3695
war I TODAY TO INSURE Man 10 Coral De.elopmenljCo. 5 4 MI. N of Cocoa U. S. ITo 11 Rldgoway Avo, Cocoa, 434-204.1 1.
). 414-410
ggsowe"r PEau0.Hoxcall,362 WATCH REPAIR
I QUICK DELIVERY. !

awe.rw.we I _uww..w..waa.ne.wme.e.ww.ewwwaw._.._ WM. H. BAILEY
add, .s.a.we uw +P oar The Titusville Star. Watches
Repaired In 3 to S days


rNKx h,7gOwa.6fl1JEI'tr/a....,p..q., 51N71w :j DiJlillclion f :JeJigll ( Advocate, 1st In circu- Watches Chronographs Repaired or Complicated on Premises

Q j .f'i'r r- ur?eN awN i:1 o Qua/if I lation in No. Brevard. 419' Brevard Avenue 1

',133 IAJI eOSItttON JMIAWXJ Next to P.O. CocoaPig.








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I Monday. June IS, ,1964 rirjtvllU (Florida" ) Star-AoVecare Plea 3-B man and Mrs. Edith Wright, froMI residents in one of the new homes Happy Birthday -- -.-- -- -

.. ._ "l chairman on Stai,'ford St MM Bomhnwci Tuesday, Juno U I I

I It whs decided that $30 Ol 6 the) works at the Cape Mica Zandle Stewart I

proceeds made at the outing(; Bruce Nlchnlls I II "'UHC" II '!f!Mall Eil4eld Llw Sairal fillI'
R Satmd,,y *m be given toward f1 1f1,_ Mr and Mrs Robert Campbell Mrs Walter Russell Nail ll n1A IIN I/a r

the I Pudding fund for a fire hall\ And three daughters of Los AngeleS Wdnsdar. June 17 I I

Mrs Futch and Mrs. Allen put Calif? spent a week with Jrsre A Hall

on a skit, Parllnmentary Courti his parents, Mr and Mrs, 0, C. Billy Mouthett I

.,Its" Cawphdl. recently They hadnt Rub LlojrdSharon
sewn each other In seven _
Mrs. Dolan year
Tho t present were: : L Bradley
Cantrell, Mrs Ule Gillenwater Robert i a deputy sheriff tIf Los Mr. H. d Fom..tarSylvia

Mrs Edward RostyMrs, Angeles County. Kell ,

Warren Hawthorne, Mrs Trice, Tides Mrs, Cljdcno Freeman COUPON TUES. & MD. SPECIALS
Hall Mrs, Edith Wright, Mrs, AI: --
High Low FOR ATHLETE FOOT
Robert Allen i I
Ri" el! and Mrs
Tuesday, June ,16 Um Keratolytle Action '
I IPermn.la ,..... H I, :!
llrrnir II err ( InffrlrilHo
1 1:38.1: I r 8'00 S.m. I. \M..| kmlltiv, Mi rriilur" II. ; Powder
Ira "*lrkHlr>ln. T-4-1. Ih, il.l, ...,. .
Mrs. Thplma Bomhawcr! sonar 2;08! u in B:24 p,m l lt ulnrt. If and. Baby
lay V. and Kerry 3, and her Wdn.dy, June 17 I |,INo. ,1'"t.. tnnr IW hi,, kmiHMtit ,
.. ....' '....' t'I.-< HMtrtor
mother Mrs. Florence Sweeney 2:35 n m 9:on am mannln 5N-nag lac aae. ,,tr Ire6 lit Johnson jl jlJOhlllOI '
.. ...,. \
h. .101.
"' aFwl I. 500
I
from New Hampshire are hew 314; s am (:20 p.m.I .. I
_._- -.- dmink TI>Hkt as .511 sirsisoo-_ Plastic Reg. 89e CarJT-ainer i Iii;g 14-n. 54C :


STORY READERS Readers for the Ing daughter, Kathy), and Mrs Jeanette 7 arc'fC p I3f1d 4'o Sr rtSn ? btrt Cketct r tu9. $f+yu'dl I'''''' I 5.i h NYNhw Woo. at? I IQWU
Martin. Another who will be reading to as.
Smokey Bear Reading Program at the Indian -
River City Library, beginning tomorrow the 4 to 5-year-old group is Mrs Marilyn

I are (left to right) Miss Eileen English, I Kindsvater: r raq .'
[
Mrs Peggy Gray, Mrs. Ruth Alman (hold- t5 Nd Le.... ,rlClI j] rTO4IPERMHOME: I ;' ;--
MywhlN
__ __ _, ._ n.N u as / I I I
and ll wax further vote U in offer .1h11ea/a-, rNNNdet
this position to Mr Talbot 1ao ..1e0wwakhee
2.00
I I /Indian River City News/ again.It .. .q lay-by.1 cur en11H / 3 I I Ton! -Gentle Regular 117 ,
Super
was decided to put on a ,. IMnaybecb "eeh .f -
I I membership drive as more Wed.H imOpa",, Limit' silo i
Sale Prices Good Thru MUM Mint Woe IIIP
.
a".5"
Continued New Citil.nMr.
( From Page 2B) ,
money would be needed to pay L_
of .111I Ira Wdlh5.iae i
ind Mrs Glen Exline 11
the Increased! salary of a caretaker t1
has registered at the cosmotol WINh.m.Melwl
their first
welcomed
Pine Street JEWELRY DEPT. SPECIALS .
ogy School in Orlando child last Tuesday, when Glen or custodian. It was men i COUPCC4TEcNIQUE,m_
Ins, Noon ,
Mr. and Mri Michael Bran. Forest Exline, Jr was born at boned that if membership could w..reety. LAYAWAYS & BUDGET ACCOUNTS endaNy
not be Increased, rent to thoseorganizations
Don of Pascagoula, Miss are. Jean Parrish Memorial MospitaL (Jewelry Dept. Only] IMan.S .
regularly using
spending the week with hU par. Glen Jr weighed 7.Ibs. at birth I I
the civic center would have to be 1 '
onto Mr and Mri Bran 'aa HAIR SPRAY'; I
Wally Mrs Exline Is the former Betty
Increased. S t.CI. 01AMONDS/ Mel\ Ladies''BRIDAL C
nan Teafue of this city Fomoui SHUITON 84 r,

DISCO Product. Reg.' 1.49 1 I
]I Aliet G T.nU Clrcli I IRC: Civic Association .
Scoflsmoor News WATCHES Limit I WIHI'MVMII thru w*. liar
,. The Alice Caventa Circle of The Indian River Civic MaceIntion
Central Baptist Church met last held Its regular monthlymtt'ting' Y SET ,. ,
in the Civic Center last H. D. CLUB MEETS If...,to-.......
Tuesday the home of Mrs ...... t 1
The Scottumoor Rome Demonstration NYII Nr.N aN fN men a COUPON tjMMJniJiLnReg
attendance ___, _
Maxine Coleman 224 Taylor St Thursday evening with an mN/. ....... /ar _
,...... .
about 30 Club held its regular .iI.
The meeting was opened with of r Y.Ilew ..,. rA1N.hs wl (
the reading of fie prayer cnkn. 0 G. Exline presided, and Mrs.monthly Curtis meeting Fulch,Tuesday newly elected with Nteas.U. .laY.. N ,...111111".ew MNn i r RISE 3SIAVEMB
the first ender of business was
dar minutes, followed of the by previous pray r.meeting The the election of new officers They president. l'Cli(1ing. 395,00 1880 Compose 9 99 \ ( ALI r 79e Viei.( Can

Pledge to the Flag was given Value at 24,95 .
were read and approvod! The were: / Aerosol Shore 46C ,
members of the NominaUnii; President, Gary Bartlett; Vice. and club collect read. Roll call Cream
MEN'S & LADIES' SWISS WATCHES
Committee to slate of President, Paul Wiley; Secretary, was answered with each member % (CARAT DIAMOND SOLITAIRE

officers for next prepare year a ars Carolyn Ann Exline: and Treasurer, tolling something she had madeor Choice of Solitoire or Bridal .,..t............ .H...orto...._One wl e.w. 1t.1.a..N. 91 I Limit I with WHIM* thru w.... I/IT
Stokes Maxine Coleman William Barnard. Throe members done for the workshop or 055'5.. ".,-
Set -: choose from nnrwa '
were elected to the Board of comiviinlty service mOO a .
and Kae Andry many styles 4SI20
compare rae
.
Carolyn Stoke led a very In. Directors: Mrs. Dab Claire Tindall.Slmms, It was voted to nuke a quilt ,00 anywhere! COuPON ZE_.__ '_
Bill Gooden and Men's Waltham
formative program on toe seven The meeting unanimouslyvoted In be gIven' away at the Fourth of CREAM

Baptist Conventions Much was to donate $100 to Roy Tal July outing The club will also 'Vt CT. of DIAMONDS or Heibroskh. I rtUM DEODORANT
learned about the history of each have a handicraft and dessert
hot, who for many years was COCKTAIL W.I.r.t. hee'.
convention and Ita work. Following custodian to the Civic Center bcrith A workshop will be held 516 v...r'.0N... .,RING .t, .....: ... i Reg. 69c Large"
adjournment the hostess and who has been sick a longtime June 23id at headquarters, 10 1 rIM. eN"I. hi t..kt.,1.. ".. .. "" rIY1nINwp9 { I Jar Cream, 33C
served lefreshments to Essie This Is being am. to 2 p.m., to work on the -ntN M "K .dI41n : :w Nawl rt ,
payment ..
rhlfe N .11- 'h1 Deodorant
a h6 hand, .. "
Lucas, Mae Andry, Laverne made to him for his loyal, efflc quilt Ladles are asked to bring II 249,50 /esla a.dchlse tenaNv.' t .-. ri"I '

Cooper, Carolyn Stokes and one lent and continuous service tj the .ack Unch July 2nd was set to Value 9400 ..1 ale/ale. III whit. Limit I slat .Mwm thru WM. //" alJ:
visitor, Gloria Jones community for many years. It make candy( end cookies at the i: er pll.w eelR.fi,1,. 111 _-k

The July meeting of this circle was also voted that the caretaker home of Mil Robert Allen. ,.1 ;.tM

will be held at the home of La or custodian salary be raised Mrs Dolan Cantrel) was elect. ,,, IUS / COUPON _
Verne Cooper from its present rate of (2000 ert G1't'elilllhalmlan! : ; Mrs 5 't r LMr a =

w t per month to $100.00 per tnonUi Homer Bicw,*Refreahment chair YSOl ISINFEECTONT-1
5 1 D
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C. B. C. News
: LADIES' WALTHAM "
The Fay Taylor Circlo of Ccntral . . . . . S9c 5 os. Bottle

Baptist Church will meet : GRUEN, ELGIN, HELBROS Regular er Pine c
.in tho home of Mrs Belva : WE CAN ANSWER YOUR PHONE ; 0W ....N5YWIINNI In, "'OIl' 3 6
.
..1rNSt' ,. .n......... m .n. Scented
Swerlfager, 120 Moon Road .. .. .... _
,
Tuesday at 7::30! p.m. I, A When You Can't. ...N."F.100" .a......'LNnk,. aN N.Lhrn1...... 'In Il.nlt" with MIMMO Ihry w>4.. '/!/
You get more call and more profit A "' |L
Next Wednesday at 9:30 :am i I kJllA p ;;;;t-:
the J.O.V. Class Meeting t will beheld & O 1' 10"00
in the home of Mrs Millie VgJftMvtKflMtC'n / J[ 4500. List b "sammm_ COUPON WErawmr.. -,
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Toney, 210 Brovnlngv. 0 :
CEPACOL
At 6:30: p.m. this same date, all | A TUuavlllo Area Cocoa It Cocoa Beach V GRADUATION SPECIALI !

workers for the Vacation Bible 267.5530 636.7031t' CUlTURED PEARL NECKLACE
Settee! are asked to attend\ Ladies' 14-Diamond ORAL ANTISEPTIC
meeting at the Church. a'I' . . . . NN.Nr 51NehN .N., 55.55d Rag 69c 3 es.Bottle. 37cu
I' "II a''" nacwoe n' 198:
Gruen Wallham
1 .YNanN., hIN raw, or ,

wIMar, seta, ,In 14 II.m.01. / 1
t' Ladies & Men'sRINGS ..- ran awM,1 Lw.1 ahlNYaa m wM.a rM'ar.Y '.5.' Limit, I with MUM* tkni W*.. '/irr

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Gat.1n

I 1 Nunlndl *f rtylN UN AerA1N 110.00 4944 T3reBT COUPONFREEWAX__._ _

/ .te / ar Nrlbten., N y a,
'
( ea1N. .n raeeM. MEN
I el Ia ,eft .r I/a AUTOWINDWALTHAM
h pad, WITH BUG
%
( O.a th V KILLER C
s+,+s N 56+ 30 43 I '
OR GRUEN / Re,. 6Sc 14-og.

Con
88 88 v a.rN .t I
a .I .
.AMA.MYmInW1 In '
To 34 .. a.a.n.MN y Limit I rIM MUM VlnrOTfyjfl wN. /IP
m.NAIM ,,,,, OJ

Gn1po Hta Lnr IM1M 4 A 111 B
Dent dig .earl.62,50 to Ie66 ) n COUPON BTSWinQniffi
whA 71.50 sea i '
I :-i.: ., a
< into savings if a t.,. wLf, Silver POLISH
1tys t "I. uy MEN S RONSON SHAVER

# 1,1 LOWCOSTLOAN r/ R Away aaw Meld 4200 With! M kvm | (88 I QUICK-DIP
.1
f )7.-oj_.___. 29.95 1297 NM' SMctal | Ji /
Value e Reg. 69c Can 34c /

i tnmtltt/ N1. Big 7 as. Site
] TRANSISTOR TAPE E RECORDER :,..u'e: mpl' t r I i hhw
". MM, .k.tt rf .r Limit. I "llh _im thru w>4. liar

will help ;tit ritntt v(IY MrphwMMfl r
WATCH REPAIR SPECIAL wMY
58 COUPON
More end more people ire realizing that they'll have to D T M n..Is.I raid ....-. 95 6 il ROACH
_.,._ ANT frBUG I
.art..." aN... ..._,_to.It... 2 RAID I
borrow far more money than they can save [[3 J for this ." ;. ..t BOMB

@ reason it Is far more profitable In the long run to reduce I IRe

the cost of borrowing 01. Pick a "Full Service" Bank like 6.TRANSISTOR RADIO : ,. 1.29 Bg( 13 os.

ours and do all your banking business here Checking 56CI
,e.... ... ." a 11 I C0H fcV sloll fltOffld
Accounts, Savings Accounts and any other financial servo ",, :lit .. SCRIPTO N : ,:: 248 0YNNN I a :

s Ice. D 2. Borrow small amounts of money as needed Instead of dippingInto uanla. VII-liGHTER :M YMfiai I, thata. vim MOMII Hir, WM. IIIP

your emergency savings Pay back exactly as promised. Nothing pleasesa w..1eft. dllte' 11" I

banker more. 0 3. Now your growing savings account Is Intact and has -
LADIES'
unlocked the door to dozens of other banking benefits including Low ::=: : : 44a nffm KrMm_, COUPON n .yff p? Bn
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Cost Loan Service. Q One of the many services *1 our Full Service Bank PENDANTS :.!?:.: C

e.AAMN I Paper Napkins I II

Compare Anywhere Up to S.00! WINDPROOf
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TAe FriendlyCITIZENS Bank i For Her 9ge 24.1 tIGHTER''=: 56'ss | of BO White "J F 15 C I
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: MISTER BREGER STAR ADVOCATE'S park your car and money here




: : t Crossword Puzzle At our new bank at the Indian River Plaza we to grow big enough to think of you just as a num

e ber.
1 have paved parking space as big as all outdoors.


'STRUCTI L'Verbaldaughter ACROSS 3Indiadeer L Part 22.EakbaO knife ; ';-- :, And our vaults still have' plenty of space for So, if you live or have a business down Indian

'ISIoNT ee-tlon Guldecl 23.NoctUl'o I. ax I t your money, and our welcome will always be wide River City way, make us your bank, whether your
10. Kladof dog 8.Young eel .I I
12. So.An1. sheep flyer ', I and warm. account is trivial or tremendous.We .

STUDIOS fish I.Shield 25. Borrow '
A "
13. SU1k.out T.Allowance. 28. Blunder l '" IIIt. want to borrow for any purpose
If money ,
wz1X TVar .WaD torwe1rht 21.Enrllah'' are new enough to be excited to see you you

..' : L Ruut.aa river < we'll bet can fill need.INDIAN .
painting we your
...,. K come In. We are growing fast but we hope never
15.Amrmst1Y... river 29. Short A Iii
I reply t. Baaekrit poem 0 ul&Younf .
dialect 11.Cry ot 1'.t.....,.. aeewei

beer 11.Reglatee a crow 1& Greedy [ RIVER PLAZA

1& Man's name 17.Coffee 83. Showed 19.Tax brevard national bank

19.ChIU"lCteroo receptacle concern 40. CapItal: I I I I STATE ROAD 50

taro ot 19. Searches 84 Melody Norway

.' l\o.meJl 20.Pleuure 85. Glacial f2. Before
I 21. Reddtehr boat ridge 44 Part ot

bt.wa,u 21.Warp.'am 88. City: J'r. "to be"

2f.hair 1 Z .s 4 / 5 iI 1 IS 9 H !Y HER HUSBAND DOESNT MAKE j NO CAR
Aatonlahed
A FORTUNE I CANT' HELP PAYMENTS
2& Mild THERE GoES SANDRA EDDIM5TON. 1
20.Tally 10 II / 12 SHE ALWAYS HAS ON AN 4" WONDERING HOW SHE

80 Ram EXPENSIVE OUTFIT CAN AFFORD TO DRESS
.
r
81.: Stick 13 / f4. LIKE THAT i
612. .
K n.e.e era..., /eaA w.N .,h? .. ,, ?
together IS I. 17 I 16
12.Meager ''l; ;

81 Male cbgd I t.u

87.Beard ://; / yo8S. /;

oily. I'' ll. lj ;: 24 'iff fJ'" 27U. J
Put 0

.Variety L6 19of w TINK /

Ann Landers willow 0 KNOW r

I r 43 edgesot Projecting YJ ; SI, 9a V

root 504 HfG.

.Molherh: /hf8. C 'III'' I'' 56 ((5N
'
Rains Testimonials of Warta.pearl 34 3u' 31' 0 H > '5J 39 'Ii)

n. Avartclo\l.lo' 41 I 4l / 441 4eleae H A PACKAGE FOR I CAN'T' COME NOW OHBto'( AND THEY WONDER WHYUSMOMYOU'VE
DELIVERIES TAKE TIME/
Dcsr ''Readeis! : Remember! er cat demonfitratcj: his dedlca- D DOT-VOU SIGN
U. Root ot 4'i / 4( ear id SIN FOR IT! i
litter from the neighbors who bon to 'Ihll dietary law for the taro FOR IT/ j O III ,

wrote: abuut Kelly's dog who guest, to their utter amaze- DOWN 41"h.: ....

wouldn't eat meat on Friday ment. 1. Comply
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Well, that letter unloosed a tor. 6 I6
From Miami: I don't want to
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rent'f testimonials which
take anything from Kelly'sdog :
itrongly suggests that our furred away went with a rfry I his head through the cage and
but did you know there wsa
and feathered friend srj never could worm to. When
chimpanzee down In Daytona up shrieked "NO NO, Pat Brown
at luast as bmart as people If ho came to call our beagle had to "
Brown win.
will win Pat will
Beach who used to play gin rum ,
not inailir. Hero ala some samples be put in the back hall. Sparky
b Ib'TT'
my? His master began by !let- How do you like them apples? _
from my mail:, hated that fellow, and he sure
tllthe chimp play a few hands Ann Landers will be glad to

From Highland: Park, Illinois: for kicks When tht chimp did show it. She married the help you with your problems. oII.ntIL___ :::: ; .
t
guy and he turned out to be a ____ 7Pic '
If you think Kelly's dog Is un blitzed one\ :of the pest card play. Send them to her In care of this ;
reel rat. I told my two younger
usual what would you say about era In Florida in three hands, newspaper enclosing a stamped,
daughters I didn't want any fellows ;
emr English;: Setter, Leviticus tho boys got mad and wouldn'tlet to the house self-addressed envelope. .| DUDLEY IHAVCA WHY PONY YOU VISIT YOUR r J
coming a sec
? \the monkey sit In the game BADCASBOPINSOMNIAITS THINKING TREE-VDU 7 ,
ond time If didn't like S "
Sparky .p' '
A ALWAYS SEEM TO SOLVE '
weerfour .,
WI cot t "Lev" when he From Seattle: Our Weimarun- 'em. This may sound nutty, I IV! THK OtMTT JIUXIK'H TERRIBLEPROBLEMI YOUR PROBLEMS UP THERE. A t
months old a gift from but both girls used Sparky as a IOIHT or HKKVAHD ('OINTV.fLOHIDA. N aA04
Ellsworth loves domicalir.uslc.
er .
I" "IOII"T& sr
frkncls wl o era deeply religious. guide and today they are married ftollr .1 Pltt.e Flout M.po (
There filunds adhere rigidly to fit kits meditativelywhen to two tine and nee AoplKallon for IMwIiaraa. / EXCELLENT
young men NOTICE: .la hereby ulna to all / IDEA.
tie itncl! dietary laws of their Ormandy or Bernstein recordings it '.h
are very happy, .persona that final' report and application
faith\ are on the hi,fl. When for di.obare. II Admlnli-. /L
trite of the Statute: of Leon Emery
the kids put on the rock-and'roll From Los Angeles: Our mynah I Urawdy, dec......, have been filed >-
Leviticus not only refuses to by the underlined In the abnva.lyien >,4
Ellsworth leaves the Several rlZ
room. Socrates
I bird had a fairly Court: and that on ina.ii.1day d y
i eat meat which Is nut t kosher but months ago our, daughter large vocabulary and did good of July, 1W4. application will
a be mode the Honorable VlriirJB.Conkllni .
toe meat must be served to him to
bought some Beadle record.,, bit of taking. We always thought Judio of laid Court,,lor
on a Yiddish newspaper. We approval of old report and for
Ellsworth whined and moanedand Y' i
mynah birds were strictly Imitators 6H5 i1rbMd4/ t m
final' dtaoharKo aa provided by law.
( ban tried bath the ChUaio Sun-
finally put his paw at ;its but now I'm not so sure Dated thin ISth day of May, ,1964.Joeeph .
CC.t
times and the Chicago tiauy L. Drawdy II
knob and turned the machine off.
Three days before" the California A. Admlnlatrator of the 1
News but Lev cannot \bo foiled Columbus, Ohio: Our dog batata: of Leon Emery .tm ER N PERSON. BUTTHIS ONE DOE6hT
... election for governor I was hey Drawdy. deoeaeed. 1HAT4A THOUGHT CANY... CO5TMEACENTI
IUGUT HAND"UP-'. .. -. "SUib"' was only a mutt but he ing an argument wih t friend:' 1 D M, Martin ." a VERY Ytx1 f

Dear Right Hand Up: I hive was an awfully smart" mutt. said to him, "I'll bet you $20 Plant P O Box City.S4S FloridaAttorney e J M d PRETTY COULDN'T ''i'"i t

When I was nine years old.Mom' for Admlnlatntor GIRL AFFORD 1Uf4TINGr
no comment whatever to 'muke Nixon will win Sotrstcf pokedTELEVISION
May 26. Juna 1. S, It (Mon) 1M4. II
announced to the family
on Leviticus. Particularly since %

Mrs. Helen Palmer, ,the Woo tHat we were going to hive anew II VAN I h i i

men's Editor of the Toronto baby Jn the house. GEORGE M. McCUTCHAN D1 BBLER. tlvtp t / i q \ \

Star, Bent me a clipping from
The very next mornlnll"Strlb" Mortgage Broker
that paper describing' a Kosher
went out for his morning
cut owned by Rabbi Louis Far4.J. .
walk an1 returned carryinga
Competitive Rates Residential Ci
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shoe in his He
baby mouth. InP6LWAY '

The mixing of meat and milk proudly laid it at Mother's feet I Insurance Co. Fund Commercial ,

is forbidden by Oithodox Jewish for the next several months he I Local Service Development

law. Rabbi Furrell'a cat must kept blinking( home baby shoes

have known this because he refused -about one every two weeks. q
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KEEL INSURANCE
INC.
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to drink Jnllk when mut This! went on until the new baby I Tw

was aerve'! Frequently the koshaORIDATwa ,I came and then he stopped 130 Magnolia Avenue \

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June 15, 1H4 TltwvHFwaldal( ) liar-Ad****** p.g* water, you might say; the few Bogers Home After It baa been estimated that mat
Ennis Serving With Air Force
Inches right at the surface. So Bahama Cruise has doubled the body of scientific

often a fish may be lyln' right Airman l/c William B. Ennii. for the U S. Astrounaul train. knowledge in the past 20 years
Mr. and Mrs William Boger
I. under your plug, but he just More than naif the investment la
Fishin' 'Em
,.
For Jr.. n of Mr. and Mrk Wm. B. ing. returned to their home at 2733
wont come up after it. And there research, such as the national
Aside from his duties:
regular <
Enni Sr. 2007 Lakevlew Lane,
are time when fish just plain Circle Dace Sunday followinga apace program, conducted in the
don't feed on the surface.I TUusvillv, la presently servingIn lie has worked-on several Inter two weeks' yachting trip to the entire history of civilisation hat
By "Chul.," Alton be lure caught a lot of Trout pin' across the water like a the I'' S. Air Force at Wright toting projects one of which Bahama Islands. occurred in the past 10 years
A lot of the fishermen in this that way. Speed of retrieve is drunken frog A plug like that Is finger a surface lure Is most Patterson AFB. Ohio, at a was the safety briefing for Wing

I area are getting' back to the old always important, and the rough. most effective at night but It effective when It'* used close ,
top water kind of flshln'. er the water the faster the re will work Just about any time. some kind ol cover, like speu.illst on the Strategic Air and illuslratetliuOther work in ty of Florida for a year before I YOU HAVE TO
Most of the fly rod fishin' trieve should be. If a plug ain't The klea with a lure like that Is ,,reeds close to the shore CommanJ't Hound Dog srustie aiea4 And. the designingof entering tho scrvUe. At present SCRATCH YOUR ITCH
around here demand I floatin movln real fast In rough water, simply that It la very easily next to stump, and that | 12' nShogany briefing I .
a x S' l ton
jSinu, his assignment at Wright he Is adding credits by attending S..Par burl sot anw *
bug, but pluggln is somethln' chance are no fish will ever mistaken for a frog swlmmm' thing Usually if you aroUI' 'j. Uulrk-drrlii* H-MB-Nor: .>.*.
Patterson In I960, he participated board with plepigjai; l'dae.lll1htl'dchRrtl the University of Dayton and I ... .
; lh II.-H mil biralnt. AntlMFtlo
else again. be fished notice Is r
Plugs can it.Naturally across the water; or maybe a over deeper water, It ..11.. .U .
kllU to --a k* >
reverse printedGill continue his education a.r. e.Ilik
In the experimental ten: plum to .... ........ .
on top; part way down, which bird that bas fallen In. And if* a use a lure that will run 'n lowrl WIN e..s
be at almost if the water is real IIrl1\it) (flight performed by the gradiinjedttom} ) Titusvillu after he I Is discharged in Jan, ..,.'.. ..,,...* n.hoo. HOW as
might any level, killer at certain time, and for a ao you can net down ..1"... I>FHI Kioto..
or all the way down and bumpln' quiet, then you can let the plug lot of different fish. fish are most likely to be. Aer nautical! System Division high and fltw.ndl. the Univtrsl- ions(.
on the bottom. set and Just move it a very short III I u --- ----- -
Another different lure I "lIa+,
But for a lot of the water In way whenever you do move it. very
this area, plugs that float are by On the other hand, like I wasayln' called a "Cree Duck", and it la GRADE "A. QUICK FROZEN

far the best bet. For one thing, if the water la rough you one that look, for all the world, rmgmmm nfmr, nnnplnnr, ""nnrnurn! ,
of the have to make enough of a fuss like a baby duckling. It even hasa f l !{!
| so roue" water Is shallow; t !fli i l iSAV
*' "" with the plug that it will be not. { !: ::: !
and any other lure la pretty apt pair of small spoons that splash r FRYER PARTS
to get a load of moss and Junk, iced, even in rough water along. Just like a baby duck tia, 4j

I 10 a top water lure is the best, Most of the time, when fishin' might.: It wa born in the far
a good part of the time. with an artificial lure, there leone north woods, if I'm not mistaken, ... REGULAR
where Bass and Musklo often
1 Must any surface lure will basic rule to follow You 59* LB.
work, a great part of the lime; must try to make the lure act eat little duck hl WHY BUY THE REST BreastWITH
i but some of the best ones would like a living thing something There are few things In the ,1
I LIKE THE
I be a "Dalton Special"; "Creek IF YOU ( RIBS) 39
; that a fish would ordinarily eat. fishin' world that are more fun '
IE' 'ltd BREAST BUY ONLY '
i Chub Darter"; "Hula Popper"; Naturally as with any rule, than accln' a big fish swirl rlht: i Thighs
| "Phillips Wccdless Popper";; there are exceptions; but If you behind your plug. You know he's !i THE PARTS YOU LIKE

I! Porter't "Pop Stop"; Jim Pfcf- can always do that one thing after it, and that a second later Drumsticks .
| fer'i "Orlando Shiner"; or 'most you'll Just about always catch he might strike again and grab
I I any of that general order And fish I it for good That' why so many !! Pt EiOGDSTQaES.! ; 'a'll"silljn

J| most of these are Just as good In I keep thlnkin' about one of fishermen Just don't care about liiliiiuu ulirhhtllali; Chicken Wings .... ... u. 19
salt water as In gresh water. the old lures I've had for a longtime anything but plug fishln'.

: I think that if there la a secret It'* called a "Crazy Craw. The biggest fault with surface QUANTITY RIGTHS RESERVED Chicken Gizzards .... ... L.. 19<
to using' these lures It wouldbe ler" and it sure isl! It Is strictly fishin' h simply that you are act. PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 17TH

to work 'em a lot slower than I a surface lure, and It goes flop. ually limited to one layer of .......OI..TO.-cor-I., .. Chicken Backs t. 15<
you've ever worked any lure. I
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don't know why it Is, but a lot of Rog. 49, Gr "A" Froion 4 to 6 U... Chicken Livers .*.. T.. t. 49
i times a Bass will watch a plug DAVIS LAWN SPRAYS 39
Ducks. .
that Is absolutely motionless, Young L. }

and then all at once he'll hit the : MPEEM 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH .t .................
doggoned thing like he was madat i ?
Chinch Brand Brick i
the world in general and that rN! 60 59" t w, Regular 39COPELAND< :
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At the same time, In Salt Chopped, Shaped, Cubed *$ 1: 1
Water, a guide I used to know rift Fungus Cube Steaks I 3 L. .0.' ( : :

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ed a plug, he'd get It: and you e Worms 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH -

Just couldn't reel it in so fast Sunnylond Sliced, Spiced,. ';, 1t : :
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1020 N. Orange, Orlando, GA 2.4541 1707' N. Mills Orlando 415.U51 Hwy 50 E. Colonial Dr. ,
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Central Fla's. Lttding Otalor for "Central Florida' Oldest" AND BOOK STORE
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Imports Tremendous- 1051 Selection N. Orange of, Orlando Used V W Church Orlando 4M404 :Supplies.! Cash or Mail Credit order for on Churches all Items EVAP. MILK i APPLE JELLY ; JELL-O i SARDINES i SALTINES

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Manufactured SCREEN ENCLOSURES'In Orlando Open All Day SaturdayOn .4 ", TRAVEL i i r n 1 ei I 1

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'CLASSIFIED ADINFORMATION For RentAPARTMENTS GLAMOR GIRLS Mobile Homes Real Estate Real Estate FREE II

LP BOTTLED GAS
TRAILERS FOR SAL HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR RENT ,HOUSES FOR SALE INSTALLATIONISuburban

DADLNE'-F I pm.'Wsd.>>:?Ietor.PubHcatI 4. ---- I 11AYSThAILER : NEED ROOM FOR CHILDREN or Propane

U A... ..i(. For MoDo .111.108. River Garden Apartment SALES entertaining? In Forest Hills, S 8Y'd'\ICn;
WHISPERING OAKS '
opposite Howard Johnson's, furnished see the new spacious 3 and 4 201* U. S. I N.- 367-6411
WANT' AD ttATKS: and Unfurnished, 2 bedroom flew and Used Mobile Homes bedrooms, aircondltloned homes, 2 bum, family room, corner\ lot
with sidewalks, $500 down, no
Minimum U eMs Chart p wd*>. Schwartz, air, Realtor condlthmfd., 1141 S.Sydney Hopkins i i 8210 E. Colonial Drive, on rooms Hibiscus and enclosed Ave., with patios family as closing costs, 1706 Smith Dr. So., Used Cars & Trucks

Ave. 267-6100. Orlando' 277-0371{} Please call 267-1770.
I well as 2 car garage Priced
-NEW-UNFURNISHED----bedroom- ( from $18,950 to $22,000, FHA. TITUSVILLE, 3: bedroom, 1 bath, I AT TRANSPORTATION, Flat 800,

ALl CLASSIFIED: ADHPATABLIO apartment, tile bath, central air ((963 GREAT LAKES, Expansion Let us show them to you. Please fenced In, electric range and re JIlt $225. 4 new tires and motor
IN ADVANCE trailer 2 bedroom Amer.
1o.pt Kalalillahed: AcoounteDliplar conditioning and heat. Near ican furniture, automatic early washer phone 267-M22, George Barley, frigerator. $stm) down, FHA. $64 267-568(1.( _ _ _
Plrtle Plaza. $125 month. 267. Inc., exclusive agents. monthly. Why pay more. South
Vi ton
_) carpeting. Large kitchen, excellent 4253 1958 CHEVROLET pickup
Lake. Alachua Ave.
:'I.alnoel Rat. AvallkM IKW.: J condition shaded lot. 2(17-( BEDROOM, 2 baths, central beat $575. Also, 1900 4-door Chevrolet -

on Jt uMt NEW TOWN HOUSE >. .- 7792. and air-conditioning. Will sell WHISPERING HILLS, beautiful 3 Brookwood station wagon,
<(< _ _ _
The 8ta.- t tueima the brakes
steering ,
air conditioned, 3 1Hbaths furnished or unfurnished. No bedroom, 2 bath, wall to wall carpet power power
rlvlre) at nrHtln or lWctIn1n = toes, 10 x 45, low down paymentand $975. Will sell both for $1450.
dnrtliMnnt walch It damn enclosed" a w&ftla| qualifying. Small down paymentand range and oven, dishwasher,
objectionable tad t* <>Ion.. the distance to" schools and shopping.O. \ assume payment Don assume mortgage. 219 Keats fenced yards, $1000 down, $100 Srnper Corporation. Can be seen
olaaiiflcatloa $t nr tdmrtlMmntfrom M. Bartey, 842 Walhlagton Watts, Palm Harbor Mobile Court Avenue, I. R. C. monthly. By appointment only. at Indian Kiwr Pure Service Sta-
to conform "
that ordered; to
lb. policy of thli paper.Tiie a67.3852. 9 BEDROOM house;; ;; trailer, :50 s x 10, 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, by owner. 267-3262. -tion.

renpomlule I..Advoc.'II for mm thou 0.Dot. lo.orr.ct !lie. Commercial Buildings for RentCOMMERCIAL ::1:1h. Banana HenMee,River vacant Drive July, Silver 1st. 205 Oaks N. Whispering Hills area. Phone 267. GARDENDALE 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Continued MI Next Page.
S 4572.
InMttlon aol' will' It lieIlobio double carporte, assume pay.
for any error In e. You and each of are hereby
nU to jrrM>l r mint MIMtb parking I on U. S. 1 with livingquarters. RENTING? I you
> Colt cf IM, ,* vMiiple b7 Formerly Howell'sBumnest HENSLEE!: 1959, 8 x 29, new paint, WHY waste your money? You can I 3262. notified Ualmi and and required demand t which* presentany you
.
til lum IB ,tin odvttto'm.nBu.Io..o t.
excellent condition, $1300. 2675606. own one of our homes for either of may have atnlnatthe
College, $ISO monthly, new I LUXURY LIVING new brick or you

contact owner, 2673858. I less than your present rent in veneer, 4 bedroom, I tile bath, a.""'.eitate.., late of at HKLK.N glanlmaui!: U. BKARD County,
OMIoo n Malm Ktmt J2 x 8, trailer with Tandem axle most areas. You also will be built in range and oven dishwasher California, la the County Judge of
Dial AM 7OMlOffloo COMMERCIAL BUILDING 40 tno and wheels Ideal I buying equity and will be able to and disposal, intercom llretard County, Florida' within nix
: S.tw: to IAnimals :** I hydraulic dolly :
u.ouro for rent en Route t north of deduct Interest from taxes. 3 with AM and FM radio, centraloil cilpnrtur months from the lisle of
MimI. 20)) ft. frontage, 500 tt. I4,t.a,, ,,. ,_ for boat farm trailer.trailer$260.or heavy Apply duty at and 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, trees, heat and alrconditloned. Mime publication will be of barred.thla notice Kaoh, claim elm' the or

deep. Also for sale. 267-0389 "A funny thing happened to me oa the Rocket Motel, 2 miles north 01Mlm. free street lights, garbage pick wood burning fireplace, wall to demand mum be In manner and
way to the .. up and sewer service. Monthly wall carpet, double car garage, form aa required by law.
DUPLEX tOU RENT JOHN n. HKARD
church payments Including taxes and insurance fully landscaped, corner lot. Ancillary K.rcntorCnOFTO.N
MINATURE SCHNAUZER pups, 'FURNISHED I BEDROOM, large MOONLAND from JitB. Call today. $2700 down. For appointment 11REWKH *
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AKC, intelliccnt l and toveiblc. 22 CROWN BUILDERS HOLLAND
Champion In past generations, rooms Maximum and 1 closets child. $110.all modern.Phone For RentWARIHOUSISPACI Help WantedMEN Mobile Home Sales COLONIAL HEIGHTS 267-1928. P.Tltutvlllo.O. BOX Florida.AM SOt Palm Ava

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$128. 267-3528. "267-0748 Or 267-4826. QUALITY HOMES AND Titusville 267 8621 LAKEFRONT ESTATES has the June 8, M, 22 29 (Mon.) 1964.IN I

HORSES BOARDED IIOUtFOR RENT AND WOMEN aged 21-45 to SERVICE LOVELY 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath homes like. 3 with bedrooms advantages, IVt baths you'll at
Individual stalls ? managers' and assist 'U.S 1 North of THE CIHCI'IT lOl'KT: Or THltMNTH
daily un atlnm' Overpass home. Spacious living room,
fa 12600. $500 down, $79.38 monthly, JUUICMI IIICl'IT, IN
bantam
a
WAREHOUSE, suitable for shop type
else, correct feeding. 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, fenced yard, garage or storage. In center ot i grocery stores. Apply Gen TitUSVilK 267-5ti93: alrconditionlng, carpeted, fenced Including P and I* 14 year mortgage AND FOK llHKYAItl IKINTY: ,
OAK HILL 345-3441 enUJt. yard. Many extras 108 Thorn LORII
month. 2673146. Large Iota. Just south of
$100 a
town. See H. H. Hudson at Star- eral Store, 2120 Titusvllle. JUNE IS-- ton, 287-1659. In Ihunrwr No. IHKSonrK j
whispering Rills CoMtry Club > : 10 UKFICVD:
Boats For Sale LARGE UNFURNISHED 3-bed- Advocate. 1964 Star, Early American, (Route 05)). George B. Barley, NATHANIEL H. FARMER
room house, 2 tile baths, double PIMALE HELP WANTED 30 x 10, 2 big bedrooms inc.. TRusvlDe.! 2673622.N Plaintiff
CABIN CRUISER 19 ft.. can be, carporte, utility room. $135 mon For Sale 14 Skyline, modern decor, WESTWOOD __ CHERYL VI M. FARMER
seen just north at overpass Dock: th. 2671928. NIGHT CASHIER, Ranch House 51 X 10, 2 big bedrooms GARDENDALE, 3 bedroom, offlohol
Inn. $1095. 2676441. 1 USED ton air conditioner, good Re.taurant, see Manager after Sale Price $8885. IJO&'b utility room TO
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LARGE ROOMS, fully furnished condition, $40. Call 267-4422. 4 p.m. Selection of used trailers MANOROLD 2-car central\ You CHERYL M FARMER are
33 FT. CORRECT: CRAFT two $125 monthly, 1 acre, years : 1963 Hillcrest. bank repo., 51 x 10, air conditioning. Small down hereby notified that A BUI of COMPLAINT .

185 HP Garyir extras. Seen by lease. 2673463. RCA COLOR TV, walnut console BEGINNING IMMEblATELY: with t tip out, 2 br. payment, assume VA mortgaw. egalti you for, Divorce and OssrsreqUleodt hap been filed

appointment only. 2672326. BEDROOM" modern home excellent condition, $200 or will i summer courses in modeling, 1958 Mark V, 38 X 8, 2 br. DIXIE HWY. By appointment call AM 72485. rve a copy of psuns.woror
completely trade for camping trailer, 267- charm, and self improvement.For 1957 Magnolia, 46 S 8, 2 br. and pleading to the Bill of Complaint
Buildinq & Const. furnished Including drape 1489. information Call 2B7-5500., conditioned LOTS FOR SALE to the Plaintiff attorney O E.
air
*, TV and washer. Call 267- BRICK HOMES, 3 Bedroom, PDU, Attorney .t L...... PO Du
1957 Travel Trailer, land cruiser. zone, Satellite' Botch, ,
Florida
702. 2 Full Tile Baths Central aid
HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALESHELP wanted, 60 Minute ,
FREE ESTIMATES MARTINS MOBILE HOMES $100 DOWN file the original an.wer or plc dli>..
Building Construction UNFURNISHED 3-BEDROOM, Itt BEDROOM SUITE, mattress, tingle Cleaners, Plrtle Plaza, under new 1224 N. U. S. 1 267-3081 Heat, Built-in Range With Will buy large multiple house lot; I In the office of the Clerk of the

A.B.C.-CIT. or BANK bath, drapes and range. $125 bed, TV, 2 door refrigerator, management. North of Overpass, Titusville Hood, Sod Lawns and Shrubs, built when convenient for future Circuit day of June Court 11)64.on or before the SOth

FINANCING monthly. 2B7-7021. Leaving area. Many other items. COOKS AND CURB GIRLS Choice of Color Fixtures, income. Phone 267-1481 for In If you fall to do an. Judgment bv
Commercial and Industrial 1165 Kingston, Indian River City, TRAILER LOIS FOR SALE spection. default will be tab.naCuioa t you
2679209. Franscn's Drive-In Restaurant. for the relief demanded In said
Remodeling and Additions ROOMS POI RiNTHOTEL PRICES START AT
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New Steel Buildings i bom 6l MONTH OLD ZIG< ZAG. Repossessed MALE HELP WANTED FOUR acre: trailer lots for sale at LAKEFRONTST. C'T"f.IlIee, : : ihall be published
ROOM in private JOHNS Lake once each week for four
267.5695 Titusville RIVER Harney ennaemtlvaweeka
Christmas ,
-h.! --- --- Park. Move right in.
Needle Dial0MaticZlg I
Swing
267-6895. In the Tltunvllle
filar-Advo
i JUNE GRAD students. $14,900Ready Beautiful shaded 100 ft. lot, ready
Makes ; college Terms. 2673243.Motorcycles. .
Tltuavllld
Zag, Fancy Designs, ::: ease Florida.Done
NIDY CONSTRUCTION, resident 'CONDITIONED ROOM, private Makes Buttonholes, Sews On Buttons Average $2.51 per hour thru sum for building. $8,000. Terms, and Ordered. In Tltuivlltn,
laU, commercial and remodeling CornerU. mer. Part time during school call owner, Geneva, 349.3191.Services ?.7orfV.0yUTove4Flor"U; th" 'its
12 In Tltusvllln.I Licensed bath, and entrance Blind Hems, Monograms, -, For Sale For Occupancy ':; .
arid years S. 1 and Hwy. 50. Call 267-3679 Darns Patches, Etc t Take Up year. See. Mr. Staplebcrg, 112 Curtis R. Barne. Clerk
bonded Phone AM
2326. after 1 !Remaining 4 Payments Of A.M., 6 8 P.M., Tuesday June II -- ----------- 2675437 267-5293 267-2802 or Circuit Court
p.m. $950
_ Howard Johnson's Motel\, Cocoa. 1961 HARLEY DAVIDSON, Iport. b" V. 1'1.' Spangle.
Camping .HuntingTAKE ; ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen privileges Ph Credit Mgr. 'AM 7-5330. No phone calls please. ster, C-H, excellent running con VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS, (COURT 63cAf.Drpoiy) Clerk

TV and washer AM 7. sMALi- ANTIQUE love seat new ASSISTANT TO dition. 2673548. WHISPERING HILLS baraln.1 Parts, sales, supplies, Electro- une, 1. i, is, 22 (Mon.) IM4.
YOUR vacation in a Florida 2283 after t p.m. condition, $50. 3 china closets, WATER PLANT $13,900, 3 bedroom, tile bath, lux, Hoover, Kirby, Air-way,
must be .
camper. Make reservations now. nice old chest draw., $20, mahogany OPERATOR-Appllcant Moving Storage I large utility room screen patio Rex.air, Filter-Queen, G,E...
Call Double J. Campers, 267-1M4 ROOM FOR WORKING men, $9.00, High School Graduate or have
sheet music cabinet $25, etc.
Free and
with brick Bar B Quo, large lot, pick up delivery.
weekly, 267-0234. marble top tables. 519 Washing equal and training combination water of plant experience LOCAL AND LONG distance movers. I I 22 trees and many shrubs, call 303 South Washington BE SAFE! I
Child Care operation
__. FOR GENTLEMAN only, with ton Ave, Indian River City Steady employment and Moving, storage, packing owner, 2672049. Ave., 2673330.FURNITURE .

WILL CARE for children in my; cooking privileges, $17.60 weekly, AM 7.2284.INTERNATIONAL. /good working conditions. Apply shipping. Free cold estimate fur storage 2673341.crating. 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath, new, lowdown TOUCH-UP and refinishing BE SURE( '
Call 2674463. !
City Hall, 525 Palm Avenue
home. Phone 287-1083 HEATING unit Brevard Ridgeway Mayflower. payment. Nicest section InTitusville. I also antique work,
-- $lUO PER PERSON, per week. approximately 51,000 BTU; oil Titusville Fla.INVENTORY I Forest hula 267-3564 quaranteed service. 2675733.COOK'S .

For LeaseOAK Rocket Motel, Mlms. Phone 267 gun fired Includes 110 gallon oil CLERK must have Plumbing Supply I Deal Only
tank; copper tubing, used. ((3 SCHOOLS OUT! WELL DRILLING Service
--HILL-, boarding-----house-with 3097. months), excellent condition. 267- high! school education, apply Its time to see these 3 and 4 bedroom licensed, Insured, work guar

facilities, beer bar and current SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies 5263. City Hall, 525 Palm Avenue, SEPTIC TANKSof I homes of distinction. All anteed. 267-3245.
With
Titusville, Florida. with 2 baths. Convenient to AREALTOR
for rent. 801 Orange St. 2873400 I
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license 3459132.
phone 2 HORSE TRAILER, tandem steel-rein 'PAINTING expert, reliable
ore-cast concrete, l school shopping, apace facilities -, and
Rent wheels, call 267- 821, 207-3689< after Income PropertyINCOME forced, state-approved, sizes 540 I Lots are high and dry. Professionally satIsfying work. Estimates glad

For LOW rate, clean rooms !tit Work 6 p. m. -.- -. ----- _-I gals., 8.10 gals., 735 gals, and 1000 landscaped with many ly. AM 70776.WATER .
men. $10-3. Call 267-6185. MOHAIR ; PROPERTY In Mime, I gall. Grease traps Installed tanks trees Payment from $98-110
FOR RENT RUG 12 X 12, good shape, and cleaned, drain fields I PROBLEMS
small down payment, income I pumped monthly, includes everything, ? this
'WAREHOUSE gray and green, $25. 1216 pine Look for
FOR RENT more than keeps payments up.I I relaid. Work guaranteed. 1'lttman FIR low down. VA-no down.
Floor Sanders. Polishers Street. Phone 207-2728 .after. 6 p.m. Septic Tanks, Inc.. Phone AM 7. Call now for more information. CENTURY SOFT WATER symbol for your
NEW APPROXIMATELY 1800 .. I
Phone AM 7-325S sq. 8
ELECTRIC SHAVER 1421. P. 0. Box 2016 Titusvillo CROWN BUILDERS protection. It signifies
service
It. with air conditioned paneled on Of Brevard, M. I.
Florida.
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET office. $125 monthly on years all makes. Jay Bee Jewelers, Mobile Homes I ---------. Colonial Heights integrity
Baldwin Shopping Center'FURNISHED"EFFICIENCV lease. Call 267-2866 or 267-6317. Indian River Plaza. Real Estate I Titusville 267-8621 632-2172 and high professional -

PART/t/ -SUR T .-"SMALL" OFFICES" and warehouses RENT A PIANO OR ORGAN TRAILERS FOR RENT I ZEKE EVANS CONSTRUCTION Call Collect 8.30-3 standing. Deal only

for rent. 200 feet Also accordions guitars, band instruments. NEW SMYRNA BEACH 2502 Hopkins Ave. Custom Homes : p. m. with a Realtor Only i

i bedroom ill-conditioned office square plus 600 sq.: Enroll for summer 2 1 BEDROOM, all-conditioning, extra ,nice Inquire, carpeting Os- I Homes, building lots, Investmentand 'I in Forest Hills, only $850 Down, ENVELOPES Business Sizes Realtor displays this sea].
kitchen shower Whispering Lakes $1200,
electric area
lessons. commercial I rentals
I ft. warohaim space. $125 monthly All rental will apply on ceola Trailer Park. properties; Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp
adults, 267-4397." __ ___ each. J. W. Chlldre Real purchase price of Instrument of Oreanfront, riverfront and I down.$700 down.Indian 207-3267.River City area for mailing. Full atock at Star- Bryan-Conway &

FURNISHED APARTMENT, 3 ty, 267-5563. your choice.KIRK better homes our specialty I Winstead, Inc.
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rooms and bath, apply 1649 HIblicus SCHOOL OF MUSIC MOBILE HOME OWNERS MARGARET Paxton S. KLIKNA Realtors, Realtor i"- BEDROOM 2 BATH home In George M. Barley, Jr.,

near ball park.ATTRACTIVEAP.RTME. WAREHOUSE SPACE "' 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385 Ave. Boarhsido Whispering Hills. $1200 down, Inc.

Tln top Repair Shop Office 3 USED TV's; :21 Inch tahle model LIVE RENTFREE 419 Phone Flagler: 4288221 ,or 4288142. monthly! payments! $117.:. 267-6943.: OWNER Campbell Associates,

residential area, outside entranceand or Storage Space all with new picture tubes, $49 -- -- -- EDGEWATER, 3 bedroom, red Inc.
FROM $30 MONTHat $59. $69. T. V. Emporium, Big EDGEWATER. 25 miles north of I brick home screened I TRANSFERRED
$125 monthly new porch,
pool privileges. Apple Plaza, 267-3577. !! Titusville. 198 foot front U, S. J. W. Chlldre, Realtor
fireplace, 19450. Park Avenue
Call 267-8822. _ _ 810 S. Hopkins Ave. Highway 1, zoned for business. 0 Danenburg's Beach
Realty 103 E. Park Ave., Edge. Cuitom built home In
2 ROOM APARTMENT for rent, Call or Write: J. J. Rozen NATIONAL CASH register, $111; $20 down payment and $20 a Very reasonable Box 197 Scotts- water Florida. clan la .hopping. JU jroort> family am Realty

602 Tropic Street. 20 71 St. Miami Beach-866-0272 electric Cash register, $180; month will buy your own full moor, Florida. room, formal dining room. 8 bad- Duffy's Real EstateS
-- tables and counters, manlquins, acre mobile home lot at beautiful LARGE UNFURNISHED t 3l>ed- room, i bet h., pliM
ACREAGE FOR SALE many txlrt Edwards
racks Barr Wholesale, 118 W. Lake Louise Estates. Realty
room house, 2 tile baths, built-in features found .
only I In
BREVARD AWNING Central Ave., Orlando. Become your own landlord. range and oven, hardwood floors, homes NO QUALIFyING.p.ndvo tOh,1elOb Ed Kittles Agency
NORTH HIGHWAY FRONTAGE, 10 acres
Don't tear up rent receipts each wall to wall In Harris Realty Inc.
carpet living room
1 USED HOTPOINT range, 40 1 Inch, near Missile University, high I I requIred only siam, with
267.6333 P. 0. Box 928 267.2779 good condition, 6888. T, V month.side In Many families now re- ground: also 9'i' acres, high and hall. Double carporte and piymenu of '111.00MI' month I L. B. Newman
Emporium, 267-3577. our beautiful trailer com ground except V< acre, lease for utility room. No red tape. $500 principal. and Intnrnt. Cull 26T7833 O Donn Searle Realtors
Titusville, Fla. I Adl ii munity, visit us and see for down and move in. $110 month. for
inytlim
FASHION farming.! Income 1WO yearly. apoplntment to
Schwartz
w Sydney
FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES, yourself the finest self-owned 2671928. ....
Home Traitors mobile home Price $15000 enrh. Terms. W. J. Smith
For or clearance sale on all merchan. park. .
PERKISS REALTY. 1412 So. Wash. W-
dise on floor. Hurry while It LAKE LOUISE ESTATESon SMYRNA BEACH (Beach- _. ..
Ington Ave., 207-3940 -- ---
side) between -- - ---- -- --
WITH IA ocean and river,
J- lasts. 2111 Garden St. East Orlando
Cabanas Carports Nldy Estates Road
large modern
3
A bedroom 2 bath
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., : "rl Shopping Center, 267.5733 or 267- Bithlo. Florida Rt. 50 t ACRE COVERED with becutlul screened enclosed ,
Utility Screened \ ._ I 1926. Phone 277.5282 tree Located just a few minutes patio garage,
._ I For Month I from Tituaville. Only $3,000. large lot landscaped many ex "North Brevird's Oldest Real Estate
.. or ServIce"&ii
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Rooms : tras. Reasonable
and Fla. 1511 NorthJPenlnsular
," Of June .
\\1 ...- Off i Found AlLEN REALTYR. Ed Kitties Agency, Atl S. Washington I Ave. Mornings. i
051JJ3
I-V" R. No. 1. Box 364 287-0831. or 2G7-5m
Price w7R7NG7 ----- ---- ENGINEERS
I Chain Link Fence ELECTRICAL Identify 5 Miles N. Of Cocoa HOUSES FOR SAL
and claim. 2672282. Cocoa 636-3790 Do you want a home designed
Directions Route 50 mile especially for have it. &r;
1 MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2, 3, you we 3
past Bithlo Cutoff 2 baths, walnut paneled
or 4 bedroom homes, brand new tf'TIi
SEE OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE A In area of much higher prIcedhome. room, large separate
Jim TRAILERS FOR SALE .. Small down payment and living housewife.room, kitchen designed for
: Breakfast area In kit.chen
**$ only $85! monthly total payment.VA with
62 NATIONAL 10 ;50 2 bedrooms, no down payment. BRENT- separate dining area.
HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing HollandINC. For sale or rent. Apply Lot 10. j I WOOD ESTATES, west on Garden Model sales, large baths, convenient
Dixie Trailer Park St.. AM 7-7142 or 632-5655.; : to space facilities Lots If you are in the market for an exceptionally fine
I are tree shaded and high above
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: U. 1>. NO. -1 t Allies water, FHA-low down. VA-noth- home, here is one of the nicest listings' we have had

North Of Mime At ing down. $110 monthly includes recently. This four bedroom, 2 bath horn. is situatedon
Rocket Motel AM 7.3097 Kids Walk to School' taxes and Insurance. Free sewer,
garbage, street lights and sidewalks a beautifully landscaped lot in one of Titusville's

LARGE 75' :z 110' LARGE POOL NEW and USED CROWN. BUILDERS best communities convenient to everything. It has a

LOTS WITHCENTRAL I SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES COLONIAL HEIGHTS comfortable living room, large family room and screened

MOBILE HOMES Titusville 267-8621 porch. There is a completely equipped kitchen with
Etc.
WATER Moms Love the Kitchens! separate dining room. Double garage and of course
Sales And Rentals
\l air conditioning and central heat. This TRI-LEVEL
(# TOP SOIL
home is priced to sell. shown by appointment only.

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY SPECIAL Immediate occupancy.
50 X 10 NEW BEDROOM FILL-MARL
$3960.00 Dads Relax in Comfort!

: OAKWOOD From Titusvlllt north on For
TO REACH : go Complete Service '

U.S. 1 to Mimi. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more USED .. 1/Jryan-L.onway & ll/instead Jrnc.
36 I
X STEWART BEDROOM CallFRANK .
Information -HUNTER
free
mile to our entrance on right. For $1193.00:

call 267-5586.: PRICED FROM II JOHNS
: REALTORS INSURORSDial
PARK HOMES
$16,200 FHA II Landscaping

DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! 10% Down FinancingWE Local Bank IN BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES AM 7. 2011 Day Night or HolidayPI" *

AGENTS ON PROPERTY TIL DARK TRADE ANYTHING INDIAN RIVER CITY W7-S221:! II I AM 7-0656 Dft







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ix THB f"laf"t'IT 'ot'RT or TII it:
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Classified THE KTATK 4>P" PI.OHIIM. IX
Ave roil HRKTtRO: <'ClINT'. ] I
IN f'HMRIIt. 'I' PUBLIC NOTICES :
N., 01447MIDSTATE BREVARD COUNTY ZONING BREVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICE :

: HOMES. INC., a

Advertising florida caruorallna.. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGTO -
.".. Plalallrf i NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGTO su visa ( iN7 T i'tlI'sT 4,1' THC iv TInt l'IRf"IIT corny 0. THItNI"TtI
.ITH 41 DU'I\I. 5 laO I I'r. 131 n IIIC'I U. f'IRC'CI IN'sd "
MAR a, E. HORM CR I AID SON .. -' .'1111 1111 'eTC.asals FOR IIRIIY.'RD C'"IITY,
Continued From Proceeding: Pag Ioteol1.I.WClT' WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: : .as I. tl.O.....
0. "I"IT WHOM IT MAY CONCERNi: M>. ,.MI! !
TRK! II I C IS'CU'e I" III iktrKV wo t w
sTATE: or
FLORIDA
To, Harry K. Horner. whoao real-' NOTICE hereby given, In aceord.net with Section IJ I WHIKPKHINO HKIOHTM MORT' ,lfltNcatACLANO
I NOTICE U hereby given In ....'4...*. with. Section 12 of thofieverj UAUK INVKMTMKNT, !' HA/IIIIICN,
tenet U Norfolk.' Virginia INC.Fialntlff;;;
Used Cars & Trucks I aad whoa* Ulna addnaa laP ward Ceuy Zeni.) RetvlaH. IliaC Bryan Conw.y A County Zoning Rogulatlone that Jo* Arwetle hqp.ju.at.d. I ITHOJ PlaintiffME

__ O. rtax SMI Nwfolk: VlrSlnla std ha* roquet***! MaC the Brevard Cuaney Zoning M4I.l9NN'c'ORPc9RATl0Naal i ".
that rh .,....nI County Zoning loerd/Bo'd) .. flinty Com.mkllorwr :!.* IIANHRN.
TIllS
1MB FALCON RANCHERO (pickup I Board of County Commissioners conildor the roquoit for HANOVKK CAPITALt'OISPOItATtON
miles. YOU ARK: HEREBY .*..*.*. the reMool, for change of litlfltle. t* I D.faadabalaTIlE *
) 17,000 Cash or imall REQUIRED of claulficillM ,. BU-l for Shopping" Center on the IVfHmlnnU, \ HV 1199Sf' trill*)
equity and take up payment to fllo your .0.wry or written defenaea. -. RU-I (IT.. Family Residence) on the following described prop. xorirK OF till TO i MK '1111<;.... MANMMN
It In lb. abovo procryl.Cith datcribod
any prip.rCyIThai I 567 7jnd Hlreelllronklyn
TO THK HANOVKH
CAPITAL
267-6612. !I.*. tha Clerk of Ihla Court, ert,l : *, New TorkYOl'
sal to ...,,,. a copy hereupon. tko CDRPTiHATION AUK IIKRMir NOTIFIEDthat
| 1960 FORD WAGON. 29.000 milea. Piolallrfo .y., Who.. now 16 Nrw York Corporation o fur divorce .lisal.on
good transportation radio healer tad *.ddr.M ..-.. .krren, onIrfur. w part of the E H ol ..ii. NW V4 el to SW M lying .. Part ol the W W of .the" NB Vs o. described i In DB 4W-JJ4 Ml Now Raul: York 4Jnd IT, ,Hlrwt N.w York tlleil tomplalnt aiialnai' ,.... and pod. )

267 4837. 4*), I nature tha lath of day into of proreoriln July 1104.Tho .bo-. of Singleton Road A south of Dairy RJ.: Section 29 I ...t..... 1 T.
..N FORD Tractor,--call 267-3C09. In* a null for for Deed lorocioauro on tho followIn on onAareement ship Rd. and 21 Rang.south II sldo, Mal'sO i Dairy"H It located Rd. last sldo of sld, of VI ..... I .,w..lwUly. '. mile north ol KeHy Rd. :ato acalnat pniMTly:; ta-i In fiillnwlnilitwrlbod ,llmvariliwMiy : FIIANK blot O.j. the WOI.ru.PIlollCf'iatlorn'a f (1. lee* 19.

dnacrlbed I real property lyln* riuntta, ln-wll- Cocoa Iteaih rinrlda, :WWII noil filatho
LET ME sell your tar or boat and twine In Brevard County, rHur. All '( lha Hoiithrnul Quartrr orlflnal .0.." or plaadloa I I.
Browning Auto Salei. 6M52fl. 10*. toitiLot l PUBLIC HEARING will be held: at the Agricultural Center .lakm .l "Hwllnn *, Townnblp >ill>1) tho office of Ia-. Clerk of lbs Circuit

No. I Black. No. I. PI.t of PUBLIC HEARING will ** held at the Agricultural In c..,. Fl. on Mend! *, June W ,Io4, .t too A. M. er a* seen "Mutk Mann* U Ka.t, llr.vara1Couwy Court, ... or before lbs Mk. dafof
July A )
I If fall to doan
1961 VOLKSWAGEN, very cleani;;; DavId $ubdiui.loQaaraortr4 In Coco*, fit, or" Monday, Juno V, |'44, at f.OO: A. M, or thereafter at postiWo, Final report and hearing will be hoard norldo.LHWS n decrea pro t.ol you.'... will I k-j
and ICXCKPT the follow.l.t.s..du.t.r.Itd
2676991. In Plat ntook No. I Paae No.JT .
*
pf the Public Recorcla of I thereafter as possible.' Final, report'and hearing will bo by the Board ol Ceunty Cmneijstlonors at the Cunty Court H.s.Tituaville !IK* ikvrafromi. nianded taken aialn-t In IaComplaint you for, Iho, relief dot

I961VOLKSWAG EN. sedan blue DONE liravard!: and County OKDKHKIJ Florida.at Till". by the Board of County CsmmlMlonerl at the County Court Florida\ .t their first meeting following this date. AHInteroitod THuavllut, drarrlhod la lit I ho llwd CIty mourd of. DATED: at Tlluavllla, Braver*

low mileage!! A.1 condition $1100, vtlto, ptravard Caun'v, riorldd, this Titvsvllle, Florida, at their first meeting" following this parties ar* "Kerolit given notice.IIIVARD .4 U UMd llnnk. M polo )2X: June County, A, I rinrlila.>. liau.' tin. lbs ilk day at
67.5(29. i of lha piiblln rcord ( ill'nvorl
IHk day ol Jun. 1M4. u
Interested parties are herein given notice.BREVARD County, Florida.I tlOl'IIT HKAI
Ct'RTta R RARNF!' The Kant ml fool of the 1111:". ('I'RTIM K. PAdREs:
Wanted To Buy CI.KRK CIRCUIT COURT COUNTY ZONING OFFICE Hln on tho N lIon nf tkr Clerk. of Ibo Clrvull Court
liT, V. 8)) Bp.nalerDeputy I COUNTY ZONING said NK: H 01 a point mi ,....1 W of llrevard. Cimnly lurid*
Clerk by 0. D. Poavy, Zoning, Director tbo NIC oornrr 01 Ml,I i. a.>plonThnwo lIT, V, II Hpanlar
USED AUTOMOBILES, at, Auto by 0. O. '.IYY. Zoning Director run W on lha N lino n< Ui'puty llerk
Parti. AM 7-3688. (Court Coal) June. IS (Mon.) I'M sold! h. _lion VWI frail\ thrnrarum FRANK M WI1LPNAtl.us.y
Harry M. Hobha 5 paralli-l with lb. M linn ot for I'lalutlff
Attorney for Plaintiff June IS (Mon.) 1 1964 Mid S ....U..n Ill fiwli.. thfnia P (I. lln Work Wanted out Madlann Otr.uITrnmpaYinrlda I run H parallel with lha N lino iif Cocoa lleach rinrlila, Jjo.1l:!
amid >% aMillim *w) fraIl| thcnea Juno *. 15, M, 29 IMon 1M4.
- Juna 15, U, :41, July I (Man.). 111II4.Club( run N parallel with the W line _
LABORER WANTS work.have What'I of aald S avctlnn .7J tool. muro or I MTKI .T 'Tr:. 11I."If't'-
you? 2673963.FURNISHED I BREVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICE ,-"'In.n III* point of brilnnlnittMt tut sir MII>I>I K i>t or NUT SIP
W of tho R lino I of said MIIMIIIt OKIM Illtl'IOlMl :
h onMlon. t'lie 11011. 1-1111 ....a'au II -
.. lii-iln, ol Iho *W corner of I'It a. Or C''ICIIUA''IOII
[ HOME on U. S. 1, & Lodge Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGTO Iho HK I, of Onion *, Tiiwnahlo VNITUD HTATh.ll: UK AMERICA<
!J Inulh'' Honiro III 11.11! Ihcnr* rmlnUft.V.
large grounds, suitable for run N (I- T JJ" 1C alonr Iho W .

nursing home or Doctor'! of lino. nf Iho CII H of aald Hoclloo SmSI ACRES Of LAND, MOTtt:
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: S, M.IIIIS fool lo Iron plpo'' al OK i.r-hri, NiriTArn IN HHRVAHOOI'NrV :
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fice. Ideal for Tea Room. TITUSVILLi GARDIN CLUB .. NW corner. of Iho SK. Ivl (' WrATH OK ri.f>Kll>A

Lease or sale. For Complct : ROTARY CLUB YORK-RITE NOTICE I. hereby given, In .cc.rda.ce with lection' M tf the 4t aiM' B Hocllim III 21 fml S, ,Ihanno kinnc tba run N I line AND TIIOMAM 2. JONKH KT ALe

Information > I I donor) moltloc all olrcl.i Ind Of North Brevtrd County Zoning Regulation. that 0. D. & Lwll T. Buehenan nf .lha HH U of aal.T (tonton: at| t.afocdaslTrart 4fx*:
8 MEETS THURSDAY Mondar of Oct., Nov., v.aMarch.. Breverd lo a polnti .throes run M a.10 fool.. TO, Nelnon Duealer, and
12.19: ?. M. May TIRU and plaoa to bo aaneuaxd. his requested. that the Br.vrd County Znlng ....dl 511,51 Ia-. W Ii.. of prnparty ilraorluail hla wlfo .-JomphifleIiumi.r .... mat.
Exorutlv' Board aol Tuaadayoacb I In Dml Book
HARRIS Beerd of County Commissioner consider the request for Tome. : M. pao l.'lt d...,* a ad whereakuula ore unr
montb, October" thru May.Mci. lo o pnlnti thrnm run a u' 451 .5965.11..r ulhaeat oaarcknd .
,0 WMsperlnf Hill Country Club Indian RIver Chapter rary Trailer Permit or the following described. prooertyiNVt Maal parallel la Iho. N lino of the Inquiry' ,
I. A. RIa-ell, Pr.aid.atSORORITY eta h of oalll Hoi-linn t, 4711 1..1| ,.,., 4)V*
Dick Slmonet rrei. ROYAL ARCH In a FoIst iimnfo run a 1IM( John I. Buaalar whoaa realaeniie .-

\\wi REALTY Ins N. T. Walker Sec'y ef the IWV4\ 01 f the lltt lection M Tewnihlp Jl Rang 4I'foil:: W lo aujo a pnlnti frt 1 t So thunno, 'polnti run; them.* S unknown. and aflor whereabout. .. Ira

267.0413 BETA SIGMA PHI Clifford Yoder, High 34. which I. leseted, arilmtly |It. mile south of Sit run Ikanoo* 4- *'IIIO -oo f:",i lo .,,,,,inli illllecal mar51NOTIFIED
run Igo1
N 4Jain fiH-l TOUnAHHqHrKRRBr
TitusvilU Chap. No. 6 Mooting 1st end Ird Gill Williams, .. 4* tri: 2 mile "It" the Volusl County Line on the north lo a polnti 'thonoo run M 4* SA thai a Coinplalnt) : i In: CondomnnUnakaa :

Thursday 7M: P.M. Meets 3rd side ef Lkt. M" B.47. M fwi 10 5 point I In Ibo herotnturo. .bean Mod In the office
Loughmin ,
Wednesday
: I II of null ",, .
'lIon
Si: ''h. "o
"u of She Clark Ika .
O.E.S.BERTHA. M *' PM.'I'A Masenle run N' 8V' III'! W "mm' el above
o..i iem..riorreaaldeat at Temple, uilnl of ... fool to Ia- named oourt In in anllno to none

DEMOND I .0,-.4M PUBLIC: HEARING will be held it the Agricultural Center ..raa. morn Innlnv or I I... onntalnlnas anil 1.111' and t damn, however s aatala, tu In faa..1.Uo.simple,..aubJeil .....

Worthy Matron THETA OMICBOMIlarr HIRAM COUNCIL In Coco, Flu en Monde, June 29, 1964, at f.tg: A. M. *r .* soon bininHrovsrd atnfn| | County, Klalaof menla. for publlo ..*... and .kirk.
.o.. l>eo olo w., publlo utlllllea, rallroada aoil
]aIrs Mary Alice Klttlar.; Vaotv. PraeMealAM R. & S. M. thereafter *s pcsslbl' Plnl report end hearing, will b* heard ALSO Ices: and plpa iiaraI.I. tho proparly doacrlke4.
Meats lit *n4 8r4 Tuaadayl S ?.9f. 14U1BTA EXCEPT: tho m Htkadula "A" attacked. ".,.to
R. V. Baka by the Bo.rd" County Commissioner *t the County Court Hus. landa now :Ivln: within and plat.
nd part karaof for
D..KTOolilla l I'M*. Thrice Illustrious Tltusvlll, Florid, at their first meeting following" this dot*. All COl'KTRY lad oa WHIHl'KHINO ll.l'H'' KMTATKH HII.I.M, .M!. uaa c.p:: :v,,, for toe e.tabll.bmant public
lion I, .. of additional. faollltlea for lha uaa of
AM MOM Interested pertlos herein given notice.BRIVARD per plat thoranf ro.oordail
Gill Williams are In VIal Honk lha National Aeronautic and Mpaoo
River IT
Indian IIKTA MV liana 111,
.... PHI Admlnlatrallnn end for otkar uioe
laIn l llellera .',......., Meets 2nd Wednesday at .lolh puhtte r"ori1", llrav.'d luuOl: ,. Innltlent lharelo. Tho land haa .bee*
Ledf No. M 'W ,n-'I COUNTY ZONING OFFICE elecled by lIsa idinlnlalralor of Ik*
Masonle : ;
P. A. M. Temple, kao kaan fllad atalnat you unit National, Aaronautloa; and apses Ail-
by 0 D. Peivy, Zoning Director ... aaa.ulrad 'lo orrvo o of you mlnl.lrailon for atqul.lllon by lb.
onpy
Meets 2no1 A 4th. Thursday 7:30 your
BREVARD A..... or oihw d-IVm I In iho t'nltad' male for uao In caaaeello.

al Masonic MMOI Tempi Tomnl District No. 35V No. 24 K. T. June. 15 (Men.) IU4 Complaint WILLIAM on H COKIIKTT Hlalntirra: Atinrnry IH. 3\l\ with Manned MAMA Lunar Idtunchln Landln* Silos froiramr for

JMU B. Blawirt Maatar florida Nurses A..... Hravard llroal. Tltuavllla ."Iurl,'., tape I Canaveral I I. Florida I and fi.r''
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Lacy Racer, Eminent -- ---- --- - aad lIla Iho orl.ln.l Anawaror Buih olher uaaa .. may ke OMtln"
W, Frank. Cardan. leet',. Meets First Tuos. 7lute'I olhor dafanana \\oOII tho your nfN I ,o of orlaed by ('00" ." or by Kiooutlv
Gill Williams, MITUK TO III UT4t''IOHIIII Iko CInraof the tlrault" Court on Onler: ,
of each month I ,."'. lr: tlKNNBUI or kaforo the lath day of July, The aulhorllv for the tallil U Is.aooordnns -
Meets 4th Wednesday .INn liMIt, othorwl.0 lha Complaint will with Ike Act of Conraa
Junior ChamberOf AI SinaI Fadoral B.vlnga and Loan : lea led blda will be received by a-. lakrn aa oonrnrnd by >nu. appraved: : r.brunry 10., mi lad Slab
Pre.ldenl Dorothy Foratar, R.N.Boorotary Masonic Temple, b. City of Tltu.vllla, Florida, fir See The DAThU ol Tlluavlllo. FlorIda: 14/1, all Hue naai) and Aota oup.plemenlary .
h. nurchaaa. of one ID ona-half Ihla Uih day of Juno, IM4! thereto ,d *
Mllliiw It,N. Idt.'h.: :
,
Commerce Doris panel-typo. truck with rr.rp l.t'RTIIi' K HAHNKII Clork, Iherabf, and under autoorlly -
Phono AM 7-4071 quarter wlndowa fur, II.. -lr. Star AdvocateF of tho circuit Court the Aol of Canines
Cart Ifencer, .".. PILOT CLUB Department. Hill will bo received 111'1 V. H. HpanKlarC.ur4 lIrtA u.t I, ISM I, tha ofriee n( I he Oily ManaRer, Dopu'' C"rKTlluavllla 4u t'KC' li>7) [ tIle Art of Conare-a.
Planning to move? Our modom s..,. antsno, Sac'yCitizens CZECHOSLOVAICuAMERICAN Mrs. Betty Jones, H Mall I., Tltu.vllla. Plorlila, until: > Your .PosItWILI.5AM a liprovod I i July W, IIMS Publlu. Vaw)
Bank Building :00 am KMT. Juna it], I mil. Illila Mi. n 4-U 41)) U.s.C. 1471tb
Vans and skllM movers cisur CLUBOf Meeting lit and 3rd Ih.. b. publicly op.aed. antI II. t'ORnICT'I', In.I ;) I il), hrclIu -.,i a anquloltia; I ;
714 larooard
you of a safe, *,.ady "<*v* tleeti Evry Thursday 7:30: P.M. Tltuiivlll 12:00: Rlverview I I., lha of city Council official Bourn and I.Inter-Ibe Printing Needs! I riorlil Itrrct, ol Iho, land.i and July.Ike. II Aole, iwo of(l'alieu Pub-f*

wherever you go. Call AM 74221 511 Grannla Ave. : .do.,:' ... All blda will bo llud- Juna fur Plaintiff lie .prov.d Assist 14 lIlt (Pubs
IS. 12 II, :
TITUSVILLE POST NO. 1 Executive Board ant praaenlad In tha City July I IMon) 1M4.IN I Hit Law ST-M4)), Auual i IT, 1IMUIPubllo
HOWls I Ramlar maallnn lad Wod oad..v ..1saul Before lat '. ,.' for award of hid it a later law sr-141), and July" islium
., meeting, All blila aliall ka ifiihllo Law ), whlck,: Ails
I; Think! of AMERICAN month. Hall apse Mull Tuoaday, i In a aaaled. envelopo TUB: ( inri'iT' toss' or Tlla made funda available for auik purpoaea <(
Tkuradajr and faturday ....ID' alI TITUIVIILB ...... I. Chi rily Manaser. l'Hy "MkTH' .ll.KMI. IHI'IIT' III .
Tltuavllle. Florida, anil plain Alt FOil IINKtANII lUl'XIII4KICNV von Ann FURTHER: noTinin'
LEGIONHarry pm. PUBLIC I,. maraad 'HKALKD 1111)14 KOK Pl.ONillA. lilaC If you .I aaan F objeotlo or
lavka Behm NIl III UNK,HAM* TDK PANEL! Printed Pattern tha Isa-lug of
"NO' SHUT your trap-
FIDELITYAgent : fO.C :
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Taalrlck, Comdr. 1421 Draa Read TltlTK Wiril f.Of.o.d MUI I >- I 'MOIUM" TO lit,..IOUI : am required lu awve upuolplalnllffe 1
Paul Dyaro, AduloinlII. VETERANS OF WORLD WAIl I II ItV.i'RS, Nil QUARTER' $ ) In ba RONRII'r 0/k/s aiIilIiVll'I'AKINIIR : attorney, at Iko eddreas.
Monday. June 22, IIM4, at A"ll .W herein ilD.laiiHl.il. within. lwnslylIe ;
.... lat sod Ird TuoadarU BARRACKS UN Mon thru Fri. B a.m. S: : ....., ICIIT," I rinlnllff' : resftnpils: Ii. |wi4. an An.wer,,
,
,lon Halt *l p.m. Meets first Wednesday Saturday I a.m. S: HpnclflcallonaIbidy v. 'Identlfyln tba properly I I. whlthyou
ALLIED VAN LINES I 11 each month Americas rtyia ins ill nna.half ('inr$ HAW, ./krIlRI... claim lo havo a* lnlere.1, .'..-|
Woman's Club of Legion Hail with Covered . Tltusvllle Lodge!! No, Ion panel tram truik will r .? Tol'llicn HAW, ot *l.. log lb nature and eitenl of tile In*)
STORAGE ft TRANSFERDAY .Millar. I quarlar wlndiiwa I I flnfntlaats. lereei claimed and .istiag oil your7In
Dish Luncheon, 1 pm ",i.rp' Loyal Order Year I1A4 Oa-Jprli ooaaa d .i.faness Co 115 sian
Titusville Inc. I.. E. Pepper Comdr. ('oioi'.l.ti TO CHUM HAW ./k/. CHRIH.TilHHKll esipour properly A failure a*
OR NIGHT Tom Watson, Qm. P. 1 Fnaln. VS not le.. than ITS HI -a .,9459 HAW and ELIM. la es muss An.wer, .II.aanallltit
.. ABKTH HAW, hla a conient to the Salt to tIle
Meets lit Monday of Each Month Wheaibaaa Not leaa than .4lorb. wlfai Kl/)
Phon. AM 7-0233 'MV Moots Tuesday .. 020t WIN A. HAW and UAHIIIKTT ulltorlly of Ia-. Court to proceed <.
October thru May TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUB i 1 Mile North of Mlms on GVW 4200 minimum, to 4.HMI RDiril: HAW, hla hear lha aollon' lo fia (-.0..Ulul.OJ
TheIIk ( uIT5 JtP4.E'uorKT ..Imum vital rRANCIM D HAW and I enaallon, and ....11 .
IX .,M. > .'OH Kk." ANIIIIMV. ,. Mr. 3. 3. Condei, Prei. I Jim Maltble, .:::', .i..aiu, ." -- HAW, hit wlfai AIIT- waiver ol ill dof...... ..* objaatilima .
HOHII'tIN >> 7:00: p.m. Thursday Ralph Brokew, :) .. j 4 t.r U host :*T3Tire. ; roar HUH II, HAW. a/k/a AIIT': not ao nreaented '
;
I" 'IIIIK lIE: ..II p...' d 00" HUH HIAINH HAW anil YOU ARM rUHTHRR NOTlriKO
Hi: hrlPATK OF PYTHIAN Flotilla Restaurant .nl. Wheel. lieu (II) HAW hla Wlfai; MA' .that If you have ,. objection or do.
A. fcUZAIIfcTH: AHNOI.P Mil.- South Lake Meets 3rd T m i IS ply, tuba lyiio, IIRI. Joy HAW alnala woman fane I. Iho taking. you may nerve.
LEft SISTERS H. G. BennenitaferPresident with apar. lira earrler aol ) CIIOHUM: 'lr, LKN and upon plaintiff sattomnrpa Nolle'
Dee..d. of each ihroma plated hub rauaTranimlMlun ..- I fit hla wlfai AMtHM til Appearance daalinatln* Ike properly
Tllu.vllla Tantplo 22 IP. M. 9 et.oa'l l alandard P4111(1611 and h.r U.lian.liunknown In whlib you claim to .. lor
NOTlf"fI T'I r-ncPlToue ManIa ..d *. 4th Tuea.of J. W. Scruggs Jr. Sec'y I. all if llnin5 'Sal I If dnal toreMad, and thereafter polo ahall re
UI'I.U\I' 'r" I oao.* month at Ip.m.Vr It 1 Oct. through near Dprlnsa. Heavy duly apouaa, kelra, 4evl.. ...1". uolloe of all prooaodln of*
1 tlunh. l0'.vp duty oaa iranloea. creilllori. nriiihar trIm* the aald uroperly.TIIlT .
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ITou and each of you era hereby .. Douirlaa Futch, M B:.C.. LaVorno llumnera pont and rear, partlea iilalmln kv.Ihroufh AIIU MIKTHIi: NtrTirilB
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notiried and rquird lo nreaentany II J. II. III..." ami y. Pres.-Ph. hro_ plal.d under .or .a.lnuL that -at Iho trial of the la.ua ol
claim and demaada which. you,. Mr*. Evtlyn Freeman Pianist North Brevard Alternator on imp. minimum .' who lo Ml know la bnclth;!; 41.llrnpae.aI.swbosbaraP not::
or aimer. 01 you, may I.V..I..nt Horseman'a Club atter S ,. llaltery in amp minimum (land or aII.., realdimiw' un :: .
I hNlItO I A. ElIZABETH:: AKN- -.- Kre.h air .heater and defrualar Ip! tiI fa aoarai, Malice;; of Appooraiiae. you way pro.
OLD MILLER IVcaaaad lala of KIWANIS CLUB Meets Second Monday Each Month North SrR.habllitatlo" Jr "Weal Co..I" mirror, on And lot All partlaa bavin or soot cvii",sonsa I. &1. }.
County of Phlladolphla. BUM of Meets 7:00 P. M. both. ..lil.iDlracilonal 1-. otaimine lo a-.naa.rr .- tltlo, or Iho onmiwnaallon In 'bo Mid"fo
Penn.ylvanla, to t". County JiuUoof Tuesdays a!'nila with. h...... i to fnllowlni Ike property I is whluk' you aavo :
liravard County Florida. al hlanffl 12:10: p.m, Lawrence Parker Pr... No. Williams Ave. ", ork... awlli'h O'.I'.n';:: :.: U'.I.: liravardCounty \ 1.1 arises,4 you may .b... In CbS
<'o In tho Court Houan, Tltuavlllo Phone AM 7-42 Kack-un HihtaHpiiillskt : Florida tnwlliTba ulMrlbullon ef Iko award ol eomo
Florida. within al. from tho .I.r. tba ftralpublication COUNTRY CLUB Chris Meet 2nd Tbur. every Haa i% of Lot U ri.OKlUA IN. rVNTHRR: NoTIFIED:
: ; nf thlo :; .. Eiu.llulnlm Park.rSe.'y .......11 aleotrlo wlndahlild wlp1 MAN HlVril LAND COMPANY thai :trial ky Ike loauo of
or demand moM ... In wottininod Poyla Frlaba' PUBLIC INVITED .r. NUMKIVIHION. Hkullon, Juat ..ll ;II'd a : .' kf
m untnist. Ida piano *f re>ldonca OranidnutTom North Brerard Shrine Club Pros. W. Leo ,. nit hella, front mat, moetlnl "), Tus lip' >' Mouth, flaoia IT a-i.isliff.
and po.t offlco adilraaa. of thodalmanl Oru, BiwratarrB. Sec'y. Mr*. Martha federal. apei irio.lloni with Pant, iiMnirdln* In .... plalIhnranf I'HEDITI.E: 4" S
and mu.t ka sworn to hy I Ird Thursday 7JO p.m. 73043TITUSVIlli 7ul<'k rei..... buiklea Inalalled worded In Plal llocik TRACT NO 4IWI
the rlalmatil, bin ...ot. nr bin attorney ? 0, E. ELKS LODGE I Phone. AM Siam hy driver and paaienrill I. tell IM publt record of Tb t.I'" iko N* ol Iko NB) '
or the aama will Uaounuvoid Moot At -- ---- ... "mama,d County, riorlilato U, It ooroo of Ibo
aocordln to law. luck erode N.. 1113 Arm ",.1 on drt..,'. atl. Tala S54 sash of you, are ...... Wta' of .Iba NE' and Ciao Norm.
Itnr or claimant atoM al tha. lima ELKS CLUB MilO "ircrp. rl.hC .rnl loft .11. a-p aniuliad Ihal a 51,11 I. qui"$ hIll II of 510 MMad
of lha filing of tha aamo deliver Moot Monelay Night. ) i, T ::: Iko slave' doonrlbed' properly baa 'CI.I 1.II \sn.ssole
ropy of auch claim la Ino. County 1m S. W.-" .......,. Av.V? I Chat. Holler Pro*. \ L bath.r air, pluanuruoraanful I been fllad ai.la.t you and you aro ..aHtk., llania IT EmS Hravr4y ,
Iud,. In complin. nee wltk. Caoplor < o'clock. Frank Darden, Sec', bldd...r lo Inilall rollull'04\* mine a oopy of youranawara :::::. P100451: oontalnln ""'S
SI-IU4: Lawn of Florida for iwfl.Tbla :r. .. : : rod .m.r ,ncy llcht 'OO"j lo Iko hill of iiontulalnl on ..
4tb day of Juno, 1964. Wltr J. Mecke, f. t. Ph. AM 74041 ...-: Ud. iwlirh. and ::: lila lalllffa. attorneya, koMHBTTKK VlttAt4ClIOlEARICK:
Charier L. Davldaon KuaH |* .hldor. Sec. : : lr.n with Coot oonlrallad *. 1'1111I, irai Itabaork "ireet Vr000ia O Rearli'k
Ancillary Adnilnlalratnr of lha THEATRE, I to bo nuppllnl I by: ruplonwr: I Kau lalllo, rinrldo. and lo flla Triol Atlo..V.rc..ol
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Eatalo of A. ELIIAHBTH TltiurUU Toa VETERANS lat Tue. of Mo. I:M ... will alan ellIs node) of Iko arlalaal 'In iho ofrioo of IkoClork ) (,. ol Iua4l.
ARNOLD MILLER. der.aaad. tmatr* FOREIGNWARSMuilnea Illlla Thealro nida. off .... b.ln( bid o| lila 1roult. Court In and 5.an.la IMvUlanAtiwnoy '
Juna IS. 22. 2S July I (Mo*.> IM4. Mt .... .t" Tho City roam-no lha rlabl lo I for Brarara County, riorldo al TI. f.r pllalirf
WodnetdaysI:4J Tho'....,.. a PM, ..... iI. ""pt >, rajM-t anna.4 all bid., tuavlllo rtorldo. on or befor Ib* Ad4>aaai, p 0. .a< .'9|
BREVARD COUNTY MAPS I : P.M. noiifh TlTtI." ::: gIns: raaarvno lha rlaht to ,.. I lutk ..ar of Juno, IM4 IM North Maiaulla
e S P.M. ., for n.w bid.. II .lo ordered Ihol this bo pualt.a4 J Orlando, rinrlil*. a-'SN
Intricate detail CIabOpn. Dally
These map include Chontlcleer city or TITI'IOVII.LJIJ' Printed Patter KillMlKooa' lo Iko Tllutvlllo Mtar'Adnvooto, DATED May ft llew.
of shore ]line. lake, river Inn 70S Magnolia Ave. "Scottish '.1..1.... 8.. TaImaIa. Cilia 10, It 14, It. a .........., of (.....I olrcul.llon I oorllfy iko fo;o*; io. era ko a trui
C'II .
Ralph Scheibel, Commander II. oa r 11. 20. Kite 14 require f% lo Bravor f.uoll.urI' some .*4 owMot copy of Iko ortiln!"
air. .
rural homes, marshy land, I-'It 1164. saab. waak : oonaaoutlvoweeaa Julian A. niaka. Clark
Bob Young, Pr... AM 7-578 Milt Mortonson, Quartermaster It.Inch fabric.
beacons. lection and township .yard Itrl" !. aald return data.WHaaaa '.11... (l latM. U4.lri-4 Court
FIFTY CENTS In coin for my lend a* Clork of iko Middle iMalrlot of Florida
line" etc. Arc covered by ach Maaoolo have real estate rlraull Court Ii r.oar 4 County By) Mllilrad T. Durranea
TITUSVILLE you i thl* pattern add 16 cent .
Riverview P. T. A. riavldo Ibis txk. dov of Mar ln Itopuly Clerk
municipality Is nhnwn also rail. for each pattern for lat-rlas IIITII H. HAHNKM Clerk of June S, 15. U lOlus.) iMt
roads, canals ,r.f: government RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB Tltusvllle Chapter I sell, or if you are malllno and special handling. tko riraull Court

reservations, along with innet' Moot at Rlverview Meets THE NATIONAL I! > for choice reil : Urn Sand Itept.to 170. 232 Newspaper: West llthSt Pat., Hyi V. M. Spangl.rDeputy Clark See The
School. lot Mon. Bach SECRETARIES Court e.allkiIaITTEI
maps for greater Jetail. Set ((01 e> Month 1st end leI Wednesday New York 11.I N. Y. Bend GOt : ( rotAllornero Star Advocate
7:30
: p.m. ASS'N. (Infl) : te
classi
the two sections) mailed anywhere 7:30 use our for our Sprlnr-HumiMr Pattern for Flalatlff
Earl Snyder p.m. Cataloff. Jncludoa eoupoo) r O *)a. IffTSMS For Your
for IliVf. Order from I Laot 1I..d. of 1.0": Baaeork MtrootKail
President Chamber of Commerce Pria'Ia c.....,. P,... All columns. food for One Free Pattern, dalllo, Flouts Printing Needs!
Star.Advocate.
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PAYMENT. beautiful $15,000'TQ S19,000

Several Large LOTS FOR SALE in FAIR GLEN:

A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville S47M to $C SO Home* restrict**! to 1800 s j. rt. nlnlmum.

A LOW COW

FIJ Only Miles West of US. 1 On C rd4-y St COWART & CARTER
fPAYMENT ?
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THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM TWO TILED BATHS Phone: 267-3222 ,or 26725311M.



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t r, ,,J i'k Clubs Joint Of County Meeting tonight GOP i(PRQ X) .for... .::8lJ1 'S..6f ]nl ent



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,f There will be a joint meeting ,, .. ...... IiItIIIJCZ S1E; ; 1-' '' ,
of the Republican Club and the -_.- '
.Spaceport Young RcpubliciniClub ::

Club tonight at 8:00: p.m. in the .; .. Sarasoto tend Chipped Turkey
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\ Citizens Bank community room ...f.\:.::\:.::.:-... a Beef Ham 3 '.0:1.: $ I
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4i The program will featureElmer ;
II Haupt, Sr. who will Swift Premium Pure
,, speak| on Financial Solicitations fI1 tt
D Beef Franks 5ger
for Republican Candidates' Mr. :* {{ .: I II lb.
Haupt is a member of tliq JSrc- .
,.. yard County Republican Finance I I. ;{ ;; Swift Premium Assorted (TV Party Loaf, Souse, Spiced Luncheon)
I Committee, and as such, the. Solicitor
General .f tit .? 0 Cold Cuts 3 6.0:1.: 9ge
\ .:;:;,{::::.:\.;.\ 0 pkgs.

I "Tills year represents an epoch ..... .. ,' Tasty Quick Frozen Sea
for Brevard County with a two ": :,
.party system It behooves every Trout Fillets 0Ile.49c
I -, citizen to bo Informed of the Is- w : .
; rues and candidates said Mr. \
Ilaupt tii ; Quick Froien Shoulder Cut
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,. Tho public I''s Invited to attend oLcimbChops..b39cFREEIO
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the meetings and take part In
" 'discussions through ,direct polJtical .
t I. action, this Invitation II -
i also extended to the, teenagers
t &; IOO w

r--- Jji// Green Stamps!
;Army Engineers s / Y+..1"" _,...4..".._01. .I
PRICES r'w PRELL CONC SHAMPOO
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'Award Waterway _"' wfttt frM MIll!n r Mm*)
; EFFECTIVI N < ,.. _I Igo. ..siso.. 89c __
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Dredging Job BREAKFAST CLUBOLEO MOM, TUES, WED. a 8 000000000000000000 8(

JUNE 15 16. 17

"': Award of a $134,735 contract 196' a IOO 1'tB IOOJ"

for maintenance dredging of the
:'v, Intraroaatal Waterway' from the ( Green Stamps
fit Johns River In Jacksonville .I*Alt CW,M tui pmhtM. til I
\"I :lo Jupiter In Palm Beach County, '' "' STALEY'S CORN OIL
"was announced today by Colonel E'; t 24-o, bot. 45e
71 R Farfilt, Jacksonville Die
'Jtrltt Engineer for the U S.. .Army 8 0000000000000000008
:"Corps of Engineers!, "

Under the contrail, small *' I
hoals which have developed at IOO FREE
'several points along the 250 milo QUICK FROZEN SHOULDER CUT
:
.stretch. of the waterway will be Ji Green Stamp
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L Removed, Colcnil Pacfttt said, I waw.h
,. MODULIN SPONGE MOP
Prosperity Draining Co. Inc
1, of Lake Park, Florida,wno'*.,ib. 4 LAMB ROAST say sir $2.48
milled the lowest of outbids, OIl
will be required to complete the Ir- 6oo' o O QQ200
work within 13] calendar.!! .days!3:

o dairy specials 50ml i. TaA '50
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if VA Mon) EndorserOf Breakfast Club. Grade A. Florida' 33c JW Green Stamps. !
lb. aNNY aYdw. '
2 doz.79c SECRET.CREAM DEODORANT '
Any Product Large Eggs fg
I ._siso..63c.. plusJOfXEXTRATnfjr. _.tox..
t .01 w. )
Service Col w.Officer II Boshoff fur Brevard, Veterans Co leII *. .* * * >k 8' oouoooooo 8

Only says that Telephony and App Keg Tasty ,-
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I they dour to r-pieicnt door, callers the Veterans Implying Administration A I J" e" 3 46-01. $1 FREE 50
I who solicit funds or pp u ce.: coni 0 Ji Green Stamps!
try to sell products are acting CUT CORNGREEtTpEAS aau""w"e"'d"'h,
F&P Flavor Perfect
without permission or authority
fg SWIFT'S PARD DOG FOOD
This statement wan Issued to F. Cocktail I 303 19C toll I cons,, t 698c.uf ,
can mN.N Wotf Jun II Ifcnr r 1 tWU
day by Kjfiu: II Wilson Manager > lAAAAAAAAnnAAAAAAA "
of the VA Regional l Office at F&P Whole Kernel
St. Petersburg, following sev
era Inquiries from those, who Golden Corn 2 29c
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!50mfrTIAm50
have boon approached by such cam

aali-smen ''i I'. Van Camp's Famous J" Green Stamps!
The VA does not endurta$:'any wi"."-....4,.,dIaf& I
product, project or commercial Pork iSt Bea.ls 2/2 19 C e
"' HENNY r PEN DOG FOOD
endeavor fur the profit of Individuals can
organizations or dor Kleenex Whit or Colored S ] ( irM toll WM.cons Jun 3lS I, MM)
poratlons," Wilson said. 'OOS

Wilwin sided that' the' VA Facial "Tissue 4 OO t. 19C :
neither indorses nor condemn
door.to door solicitations in behalf (Limit 2 per customer with'. purchases of $3 or moral) !SOm FREE 16150
of veterans Those who sue Underwood (Small Con 21(1) !
poet claims made In inch endeavor J" Green Stamps
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should check with. their Better Deviled Ham I large 39c e down produce fane GULF SPRAY"A oroLOM8 I
Business Bureau or any tint can .
12 0: cans 89e
liar .
community organization and I (11.01 rw WM Jlint IT IM4IJW
part(::ularly with their County SWEET PLUMP NORTH CAROLINA r\ P:1
Veterans Service Officer. :, oooooooooooooooooo


DETERGENT SALE! w BLUEBERRIES 5oml!.. Tm5039c

I (SAVE 14') c Green.Stamps*
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then I8 /
TIDE ptnt COLD WATER LIQUID All DETERGENT

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