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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: July 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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84th Year .78 20 Pages Today Titusville, Florida Wednesday. July 1,1984 1 5c Per Copy rt_ __Published: Mondays.! Wednesdays and-Fridays -' I

Titusville "Growingest" City: I'

-m, w Building Permit
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City Eleetion Only 2 Months Away l 9 v Total Outstrips

-- All In Brevard

i ""!' "" ",. .-.. ._, :" = Will CouncilReapporlion

: Tax BoardMeeting ;i There li no doubt but that

Tltim'ill* ii Brtvard'l "buildingem -

Unless the city council takes All records art being broken

action to re.district the city \\'(thin hy the city In 1964 June building -
the next couple of months permits totaled $5,159,170
vnt-ra of Titusville will select and brought the total l.iiued durIng <
<' two "area" members plus ono asrlf the lint halt ot the year .to
".t large" member of the clly'a y+nf0 A1'C4t (18, 30,90t.
On Monday governing body on September SUnder .
This almost exactly doubled:
of the charter My
j e the total: tor the next highest tn
the City of
of newly-created
Titusville city council will lit ; e>J ;\': \L : Titusville In the 1903 session of the county little Indian Harbour
Heaih south of Patrick Air
19 a Board of Equalization for ( : the the was
; ":'0. "' ; legislature, city Force Dam, which had a total of
the '
tax assessments in
divided three district The,
/, ; i. into 58,2110,000! in the first halt of the
room on Monday night, starting "f' \ charter provided for election of ,
at 7:30 o'clock j1.t ) a candidate from each of those year

Property owners may attend, three d .tritts, plus two candidates And tin Titusville total wain't

however, piotests to the new "at-large". The district ,' -.or in candidates mINt live l Ia. &tins 1 she areas outRide corporate )limits
be writing.
must .
assessments BUSY BUSY PLACE Thu new dl'ivt.'rlllicense. examination !.
those Issued
The "at.larae" candidatesmay ( by the county
Application for protests are at headquarters, located at the rust of thaeourtfam.*..,
live in any of the Hired building department) which
the hall and should be picked -
city li busy place As shown
districts a very every Wednesday: above, totaled' $22.01)0,000) In the tint
up by tomorrow afternoon, the building Is full and standing outside are several hope half of the ,
since the city hall will be closedon e Und- the original letup of ful customers. An average of 150 tcbts are given every year ,
Friday In observance of the the chatter Ed Willis and Wllllitm behind Tltusvlll i
Wedne do1y-S-A( Photo). Following
I: _. Jill }II.tL..At.....
u Fourth if July the following day Laing were appointed to the and Indian Harbour' Beach were

The applications for protest PERMIT ISSUED Monday afternoonthe to Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital: Shown "at.larye" posts, listed as din Eau Ual.le; 10,422.000, Rockledg

must be turned in at the city hall largest building permits ever issued in above are Ed Kelly, assistant building Inspector trlel.lne and two. Ed Kittles Commission Pushes $100,000, Melbourne $4.031.000,

by noon Monday. the City of Titusville went to the Daniel ; Frjns E. Larson, building Inspector was appointed to the district Satellite. Reach $3,004,000 Cape
Any owners of real or personal Construction Company of Greenville, ; and T. O. Waters!, representative of three post, which Includes the old Canaveral $1,419,000! Cocoa:
taxable property In the city South Carolina. The $3.5 million permit the Daniels Company.-(S-A Photo). city limits of Whispering Hills Beach $3,411,01)0) Melbourne

may protest concerns the building of the new addition tDIU.. Millard Finch was appointed to beach $003,000 and Indialantl
The council will take the pro. the district four post, which Includes Central PurchasingThe $003,000.( -
tests in the older they are received the former Indian River
it city hall and consider City area. James Pritchaid Wit Hoipllsl Permit

them while sitting as the ta; named to the Indict five pout, need for all offices to use would<1 be needed is, I resuH: of anew June permit total In Titusville
equalization board. They have Feasibility Study Sought which Includes the remainder the facilities of the central purr system h* hope to Inaugurate got a big boost from t the city's

,,j the power to raise lower or approve of the city the old city limits, chasing division of the county to curb this. worthless largest permit la history $3,-
,the assessments plus areas to the north and weal was' empla.wod) l members ot check problem in the county, and WO.OUO !issued for the expansion I

Nearly 700 property owner, ; ... lu September 1 apt, .year, BiU{ the budget. coinmltjM, nfvlie.cueinty" ( employing: Jnvrntigator! to of Jm farrlsli Memorial Hos I
I'".of Cave:;checked tlutic: ,assessments ombine'Phone'SenriFe"Wallet* 'won (the dinlriiTtwo "at- : eommf.a1oQ"11I1r.( ibis 1'i-lii'ik" on law enforcement! In peal/

,s at the citly hall and about 10 To ( laige\ post; and Randy' Nun- morning. the county, "whereby the solici
have cntsied written protests up nally won the district"foot post Holding' their secoml of a ser tor's office may offer aid to the But there was no aloe down lathe
to this morning, City Clerk Mrs. In Indian River City'; 'tree of budget hearings (with the law bodies." trend for high residential
next one scheduled for tomorrow 1 lie said the amount of construction with permits issued
Margaret Cooper Thus the Districts one, three; money
and five posts ass for election morning), the commission said lost each year in the county ass for 19 single family homes and
In North Central Brevard$ this 'September and up the three they will Issue a request to all result uf worthless check Is for a total of 70 multl.famll/
offices and all boards, to which units
State JC J( V-P Incumbents be candidates.have Indicated theywon'l county funds are contributed to system"smazlng"of\ making and recommends court prored-a
This brought the total for tha
.aid In operation, that purchasesbo are less expensive and time consuming
Candidates for the district five made the central that half of the year to 409
To Visit Mims A feasibility study to determine In the MILA area are ,Increasing The ri .olution urges Southeri post must live within the district: division trough' If savings/ can purchasing bo- to merchants single family residences and 251

I whether or not the North and the density of the popular Bell to initiate feasibility studyto that Is, the old city limits of TI. I obtained Sheriff Leigh Wilson will meet mulli family units, indicating an
Central areas of Brevard Countycan determine whether or not the tusvllla or the north and with the committed tomorrow unusual
tion of this area
area; that the demand Also growth In residential'
I J Junior ChamberFrank be combined Into one free for two areas can be combined Into wrst of the city, which was brought I emphasised this morningwas morning at 1 am. Indicationsare propel ty
toll telephone area Is being suggested services between the a free toll.area, which would In under Ute consolidation the comml..M's requestfor that his budget, will require,
Del Rocco, Florida Junior by R. W. Grady, Rock. trading areas of North and Central bring s rapidly developing area bill. a Job classification study of a tax h Increase: of .4 of s mill or In addition to the residential
I Chamber of Commerce ledge City Councilman and candidate will Increase the need for Into one effective aid convenient all office In county government. major revisions, Including, possibly peimltn Issued in June, there
Caodidutu for
I Slate Vice.president, will visit for State Legislature. closer association with county, trading unit. "' three live the distrlit Plans are to call in an outside shorting road and bildge were nine commercial )permits
the new Mims Jaycees at their Grady has prepared a resolution state, educational and law enforcement Grady said"Alter!: determining post must within the firm to draw up the clanalflca- funds In order to hold the line In two tot public bullldngs, 'one
i district. .: that la, the old city limits lions with the Idea of standard-
meeting Thursday night and Is presenting it to the agencies.that; Southern interest from many peopleIn tax Increase committee chairman church, U for additions and alterations -
cities of Titusville Cocoa, Rock. Bell Co. provides servicesin North and Central Brevard 1 of Whispering Hills. lung salary schedule throughall r..'* Wrnnef said and tour for swimming
The meeting will begin at ledge and Cocoa Beach along these trading areas which requires am convinced this is feasible Candidates for the district one county offices.Miool prod for a total of 1 1118 permlta.
I 7:30: pm. In the Mima Fire Hall. with the Chambers of Commerceof the use of toll calf facilities and will put Brevard County In post may live anywhere within board officials tills Thl compared: with 121 permit
I Del fibres will discuss future Titusvtlle, Cocoa, Merritt Island ; that the Implementation of a better competitive portion with Ihe entire city limits. morning said they would cooperate LifeSaver Imuitd in May this year and only

I community projects and the and Cocoa Beach, asking free local telephone service poin- our neighbors: to the west and encourage All residents, irgurdleas *f In the survey although 76 isnusied! In June last yea ; -
Jaycce visitation piogram. their approval. log the two areas would bring national outlets to locate district, vote for all candidates.The they have a classification system I
The MilT Jaycees will discus The resolution points out that governmental and business interests within this combined tradIng charter of thu city pro In effect, but will 'work with The city! has Issued a total o|
several projects, mcludig business present and future developments closer together area." vides that the council may, after the commission to set up salary 870 permits so far this year com:
membership campaign, tbe Jan. 1, 1)64.!) redistrict the city schedules, etc. pared to only 162 In the sam*
tale of house numbers, etc. Better Check On Your Now on a population basla. The commission\ committee( A pretty little I yttmgiterwas period last year, .
Property redistrictIng / composed of Lee Wenncr, Gu saved (rem drewnlng. "
This will be the last chance to The need for such -
Fault and George King, was by the ajulck.thinking' ef ItsrAdvecate Total value of construction In I
!become p charter member of the or re-appoi tinning is given
joined by commissioner! Dick news editor, fob June was ".I II.nO compared] I
new civilization and all who dramatic emphasia by voter Muldrew, for this morning's seilion. Mangum to $1,130,900 In June last year. I
have already joined are urged to registration figures obtained at
In AssessmentIf Mtngum, whe lives
Big Jump en
bring a prospective member the city hall. Tutu I value of construction: In) ,
They covered several departments Whispering Hills Read, "heard
with them.School. There are 106 registered vet the. first half ol 1964 was! flU,. I
hearing from the County aplathing about daylight this
ers living in Dlitrlct I (*ld Whispering 530.931 compared to only 14.239.:
you own real estate In TI. ed out this Fall: creased 78'1.Greatr.lt Library Board, through Chair mernlnf and leaking cut,
I tusville and have not checked the A downtown residence has Increase noted In the Hills city limits), whe art man Mrs. Charles Morley, who spotted. twe yewngiter playIng >50 In the: tint half! of last year

Board new valuations you may be In fora been valued at 143000. Last casual inspection of the new rtpretented bf eec member ., pointed out that the new budgetwas In Ids' swimming pool an Inciriw of almost 300 percent

severe shock year's valuation was 117,000. A figures was on business property the ceuncll aimed primarily at putting eutslde his ream One ef
A casual inspection of the valu downtown business building was lying between U. S.1 Highway There are 1,457 registeredvelers more books on the shelves of the two climbed. auf ..fI.r 70.Unit Apartment
Meeling Today ation rolls, ss now on file st City valued at $28,000; last year's valuation North and South the Increase living In District 4 (eld. the public libraries In the county,

Hall Indicate tome drastic In. was $10,000. being more than 700'i( Indian River City a.al), whe "We have six"tenths of a book This year's total,ihowa If.t

Brevard School Board i Is meet. cresses, effective this year. Vacant lots In South Titusville, Persons who feel that their are represented by eM memberef per person In the county and mill nn In tingle family home

ing in special session this afternoon The valuation fixed on two vacant formerly valued st 12300 are now vsuation are unreasonable or the ceuiMll.' national library minimum standards ;1 e construction $15 million in
but .chool integration plans Granms St. lots has been valued at MOO on the city's unrealistic have until Monday to There are 1,614 registered' .... are three books per )per jiiulti fan.|y construction, $1 I."
aren't scheduled to be discussed. upped 600 per cent. Vacant property books. Valuation of some pro- file complaints However the ers living In District I (the termer son. The Dew budget would bring million In commercial, $3 S Bill>

Last Thursday the board was on Palm St. in downtown perty on South V S. 1 here has complaints must bn In writing, city Hmlts ef Titvsvlll, plus the average In the county up to ...... v lion In public building, $97.000(
ordered to come up with a plan Titusville has been Increased 300 "been inrreased 1401 A lot In the using a form which City Hall can areas la the west and nerrh taken one book per person," Mrs, Morley .i' -_. It., ).. churches, $1.3 million In ad.
for school integration by July per cent same neighborhood has been In supply in through cnMlidtlMi), who pointed out dltlnns end alterations, $13953
%3. All properties have been Increased are represented by use member She dramatized the growth of the pool but ft* .the ..plash..d In swimming pools.

And today's session Is the first In valuation, however, ef the cevncll. library use by pointing out there! arcund" and due te the
since Judge George Young entered the raise on some has not been Break-Ins Solved In Short OrderThe The other two members of the are 110,000 books In the county water level W th* pool being Issued LurW; l 1.lt multi month family permit for-
the drsstic. Hunnlcutt and Associates was one
order. as council "at large" member, now and that library circulation low, the pretty thing $240.000 .
Agenda for the meeting today who were employed by the Detective Division of the day night at a local motel In TllusvUU. may live In any area of the city, laut year was 800000. She emphasized cevMn't pull ewt. lie! for a of 70 Lee unit apartment'at
> tuner Road and'
indicates that the city to compile the valuation roll rushed, .
board I la considering Ihe fact that the county Mangum evt grab-
Titusville Police but tbe three mentioned above
Department The department also
Kuig Street to
for the city, explain that the In bad and reached le Cape KennedOuildera. /
building sites, already has one of the highest educational a pole out
must live in the particular. die
"on discovered that these boys bad .
was the ball"
Monday morning
authorized by a survey team, as creases have been made becauseof level In the country and there the drwnlng, victim. Th vis
well as discuss! sale of some property the rapid raise In property after four local building left for Cocoa 'by bus Monday bier was a great shortage of reference tint grabbed the pole and Downs Construction Co. of Ors
were broken into Sunday night. morning. The Cocoa police Undo obtained $1S7,000
and expansion of some values. books, business books. He paid en fee d*.r lift. After a permit
.. However, affected property Dot Lt. W I. Bohannon said department was called and th( City OfficesTo The eommisioners agreed to lifting. It). frigrnMwdcriatur for xldltlons' to Gibson School

Under consideration Is the pur- owners find it difficult to under. that/ the places entered were Band boys were found immediately, Close Friday tlU,iwtf budget, adding to the In- cut *f th* water, and a $73,000: permit was issued
chase of a site for the new Mer lend why the Increase, if necessary K Motors, Little Tavern, They were brought to the co rllil request a 11,800 consultant's! Mangwm, laid' he wouldn't let Che-vning Construction! Co. for a
ritt Island High School. cannot be made more George's Electronics and Acker- only juil here and later admitted AU office* at City Hall will be fee for library study and lino I* and h* had I* lift him .ff. business building at the corner

School expansion problems result gradually and they also questionthe man and Driggers. Law than their activity after being confronted closed Friday, July 3, aim the expenses for the llbary board One 1ft...* grevnd, the of Harden and Highland ,
from the high density of wisdom of the tremendous $100 was taken from the places with evidence obtained. July Fourth holiday falls on Saturday Also during this morning's session ".''mllt"' drwnd. defies Sea Coast Construction Co.v
population In some areas and the Jump, wh'ch' some bare pronounced entered and most Of that was In No- being bald in the county the board heard requests scamprd awe, and ran sip obtained the most home permit4
board is seeking permission from >"out of all reason"and silver, h* said. jail are William f. Cummings. The Fourth being a legal bull- from County Solicitor Tom the nearest tree and sat hat-- for tine month a total of 23 per-

the state to expand some elementary "confiscatorjr", Upon Investigation it was determined 17, of New York; Joseph Almo- dad, fl""fy personnel will be permitted Mtroud for a budgetary increase teeing his thanfti t* Mangum., fills, ranging from $13,730 I 14
schools from the sue Here are some sample Increases that the breaking and! denser, IT, of New ,Jersey; and to take Friday alt, announced from s.s.1I1\ (for the current year Th* twe ,*"" *" .,. elaylng" 110,3.10. D. H. Foster obtained
maximum. to 1.200: ) in permanent which will take effect entering" were dune. by three Roger Tarbell, 19 I of Dayton t City Clerk Mrs Mir- to |7ii...IM for the next year In the peel wr squirrels' permit for ID homes In Parkland .

facilities. when tax bills for 1964 are mail- teenage! boys Hut l a.d spent Sun. Bud girt Corpus Shroud ujJ that major) increases (. Estates.

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Fatal (PforMa) Stsr-AtfvMsH WtdiMidsy, July 1, I 1U4 ---- ----- Delayed Anniversary Part 4F. "r.! Disbmans

Mr. and Mrs Clem Dmhman 'QJj l ;$ijwanaml, family of TltHIville -

v of Ft.. Fierce were honorees at Mrs Nelson and child-

a 'delayed' 38th wedding anniversary ren of Merritt Island and Mr.

party Saturday, June and Mrs, Leslie Parson of Cocoa
.t 27th, at the home of a daughter
Warrick of Andcrsonvllle
Miss Judy -
and son-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs
Tenn., niece of Mr.
Bently V. Loy, 400 Kirby Dr.
Loy who Is visiting in the Loy
The party, originally plannedfor home, also helped celebrate the
March, had to be postponed occasion.

.. when Mr. Dlshman suffered a
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heart attack
r Fur Banquets and Parties
Other members of the family
Joan Tejan Story Hour present and enjoying the day WHISPERING HILLS

with their parents were Mr. and COUNTRY CLUBAM
Mrs CVatide Dlshman and family .
Plans JulyWedding RegistrationNow .f Vtro Beech Mr and Mrs 7221%

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Underway' ,

Registration for the Children's
Reverend and Mrs. ClAude Tej -
Story Hours Is well underway
j ja", II Royal Palm Court, Indian
at the TiliMvino. Public library
River the T
City, announce
with, more than fifty children already -
engagement and approaching Ms
marrtaji"" .f heir daughter, signed up. -- -. .-L ...-....... 1.. ., J ,. .. _
The Tltnuvirie Junior WMlI1C1Ib
Joan Elaine: 16 Carl Thrclkold, Several members Futch I
tiM set a"Me many books PRESENT !FLAG DRILL Pam Collins, Debbie Mills, Judy

Jr. J to be read tit the chflaYm attend- of the Honeysuckle Council No..9 _of Burke, Mary.Ann Hedrick and Mrs. Wal
Cart I I. the ion of Mf. and hug the' Story K url. Titustille presented' a special Flag Drillto ter Collins, drill captain. In back, from

Mrs. Carl F. Threlkeld, ST. the PylMaw Sitters during a recent left are Deanie Mills, Judy Mitchell, Sheila nd e
The hours Will take pi tee onMondays
Tropic Street, TituBville J. July 8, IS, 20 and 27, meeting at Castle Hall. The group also Collins, Connie Clevenger, Robin Richards -
The bride lfct and her fiance presented the acme drill flt the Grand and Loretta Pugh, Grand Historian. b
w. *j In the morning from 18 to 11 o'ftnrk -
graduated from Tiluavillc High or from' 11 to IS o'clock for Council meeting at Willlston on June 12, Absent for picture was Patsy Futch. -
School in 1962 She lisa been at Milt Jean Elahvt" Ttjan pre-sihnnl children and children 13 and 14. In front from lift are, Karen (Cartoon Photo). For the Most Complete
tending Florida State Universitymid
going<< Into first grade In the Yell Cosmetic Lines .
the Brevwd Junior Collegein
Good Shepherd LWM The Story Kour for children
Cocoa. .- Featuring Top
gninff Into second or third grad
Hears State
The wedding has been planned
es In the Fall win take place 'round Beauty Names.
for July 20, at .7:SO p.m., at Board Supervisor in the afternoon from 100: to town II
Trinity Lutheran Church, In
Mr Steven N. Shacoskl Jr. 4:00: o'clock.
dian River City All friends are ,

invited. District Supervisor of the State .. ...---..... will barbara I
of Florida Parole Board, addressed PI'f' ,"" ..w. '- -I I Phone 287-3994 car on I
v: II Ie I
ladles of the Good Shepherd Sere 1,00 On

Attend WW 1 Vets Lutheran Women's Mission A full evening of family entertainment guests of the Moynihans were members of the committee.

Convention, OrlandoFour ary League at their' JUM meet- {"': Is being planned by the Chaplain and Mrs. Chris Whipple Prices will be awarded for the 3 LIPSTICKS

lag Miniature First Nlghtcrs Theatre from Orlando Other guests at most useful Ideas or suggestions, Revlon
members of Tltusville Mr. Shacoskl Omvjsed work. tending were Mr. and Mrs. Joe
for young people for their next and It Is not necessary to draw
Auxiliary 1190, Veteran of Ings and supervision of probation production coming up this Moxley Rev, and Mrs. Ed Norman up a complete seal I they tell as, f
World War I, attended the Florida and explained what Investigation I month. The youngsters are busy Mr. *nd Mrs. Carroll GilBertsnn Just send In your' ideas Prizes

Department convention In Involves. He emphasized with rehearsal on two delightful Mr and Mr. Jack will be I2S, Ito, IS Color Caddy
Orlando taut weekend the fact that. most people\ tend to stories wile have been childhood Runt, Mrs Ronald Rose, Rr.

Mrs Melrose Koon, -'second; 'tuck"down en" -a"j arolee or pro.batloner'an favorites since "way hack and Mrs. Frsnk Sweet, Peggy
habitual criminal Filer and Ken Reeves from
vice-president, represented Mrs a when". Michael Flint, son fIf fill and '
Instead of treating him as I normal Cere Beach Game were played .
Johanna Trumbull; president, Youngsters and oldsters alike Larry Pilot, M& Abbntt Ave, 3 lipslicks In
person in society I wttk prize 1 being>> ; won by
and Mrs William H. Barnard, will delight to the well loved
eeleVatH Ms fourth
This adds to the already exist. Frank Swart, Rev Norman and birthday
delegate, Mrs Lillian Watson, al story of the "Five Little Peppers
ing problems of the parolee or Ken Reeves. with. a big splash party Sunday Assorted Colors!
Grew" and the
And How They
ternate and Mrs Minnie B. Jenkins tit
also attended probationer and could possibly favorite fairy tale, "Little Red afternoon His little guests enJoyed t

destroy his incentive for Im Riding Hood". Brand Harrhwm, ten year old playing In the pool (a 75
provement, he pointed out.
Mrs. Barnard and Mrs. Jenkins
) and served
be show birthday gift were
Thh wilt one parents
of Nina and Jack Harrison ,
attended Friday Mrs Arnold Claus opened the daughter rag
on ENGAGED Miss Linda Sue won't have to worry about baby hamburgers and cake. Jill used
the devotion
meeting by leading ta
Saturday and Sunday end of 'Thornton Ave. more
Jones, daughter of Mr and Mrs aittrs, for even young childrenwill clown theme for the and 'a
the banquet Saturday evening which was a Bible quiz. anxious than usual for this. week. a party COSMETICS DEPT,
Emory E. Jones, Mime, 1 to the enjoy watching the five Pepper carried It through from the Invitations
Mrs. H E. RasmaaeS presided
The other members were at the end to come Brenda will leave
children' bake a birthd.yelke
bride elect of William D. Mallms, to. the clown birthday
the buHtoets meeting.The .
session Saturday when new officers over for "mamsle", search for Friday for a two week stay at
of Rev. and Mrs. Delbert cake.
ladles voted to hostesses son
were elected Mrs LouBruce Deer Lake at the Girl Scouts
the lost Phronsle and through
Mulllns, Of Mlms. A July 18 go
for the Cocoa Beach L. W,
( of Orlando elected Camp there.
was Pam Simms
many other favorite parts of the Attending were ,
''Department president to succeed M. L. tone rally which will take wedding hi planned. popular book Laura Gremawalt, Debbie Dean,
Mrs. Myrtle Schwenien of New place at Good Shepherd Lutheran Bobby and Leslie Fernestlne,
musical version of Little
Church sometime In of
Smyrna Beach. 19G5. \ Twirl-A-Way Hold Red Riding Hood will bring },8." t Deadline for the City of TitusVille Michael's brother Richard and I

Also attending the convention A dinner wilt he held In Julyto Mad Hatters Dance life all the favorite charactersin .seal. hat been extended sister Nanry and his grandparent
were the following members of honor all ladles who have become this story Including the ferocious I throng) July T according to "' ,/ tert and Mrs. Bet FUnk .

TitunvlUe Barracks No. 1196; members of the congregation Many funny and original but funny Wolf, the woods -

Tlipmai; Watson, quartermaster; within the past year. Mrs. pieces of headgear! were ,worn man, grandmother and Little Red
Walter Watson, junior vlce-com- Raymond Schwartz will be chairman by members of the Twirl Ways Riding Hood as well as many

mender: William Barnard of this event. Square Dance Club attendingthe actors, such as Little BoPeep, FIRST TRY FREDRICKS
Judge-Advocate and Oia E. Nursery attendant and coffee Mad Hatters Dance which Little Miss\ Muffctt and the spider
Da 'il. hostess charts will tie placed on was held at the IRC Civic Center who sat down beside her,

Tamps has Invited the veteran the narlhex bulletin board so that last Friday night Little Jack Horner and a specially YOUR FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE

for their 1965 national con ladles of the congregation might Presiding was regular caller, Dutch dance by Jack and
vention, whlchMs" being held In sign for the dates on which they Jill.
Chuck Durant, who designated a
Chicago this -year In September, prefer to lerve.Refrelhmenll. special call during which all Several members of the theatre Terrific Discounts Check Our Prices !
and Daytona Beach won the were served to dancers modeled their crazy group met yesterday at Jill (Mrs..
1984 stat 'convention bid. the group by Mrs William Barnes humorous Larry) Flmk's house to paint
__.,...---.... ..0.TW .- ____ and Mrs Raymond Schwartz. hats event., an extremely scenery for the show. Jill. J is the -----

MFN adult advisor In the fieldof
Moving To Orlando Guests attending from the dance Orlando Included scenery and 1 it designing all Boys and Girls Stretch GIRLS 3-PIECE SETS
a square the sets for the musical Some of
TOWERS.RENfAL Copt, J. E. Davis (Ret) and and couples from Oklahoma and the' young people working With SHORT PEDAL PUSHER

APARTMENTS family of 1131 Carol St. plan to Georgia, Jin on this show are Mike Man SWIM SUITSReg.

':tOtoA CHL move this week to Union Park, It WJB announced that, regard-' ning, Sherry Sweet, Connie Icing and BLOUSE
> near Oilando.Genii Ics of the forthcoming holiday and Norma Clark.Production 1

weekend, the club would hold dates, complete SALE
I its regular meeting July 3rd, at casts and other Information $1 Size 4 to 6x B.g. 2.98 SALE 'S1.11 J J J J J51s.

the IRC Civic center. about the shows will be announc
Evening's refreshments were ed later this week. Sis I to 6x

served by Reuben Hansen 7 to 14 R.g. 3.98SALE $S1.99

Why line ? Jan and Henry Theed of Anna
Why age Why vanish wrinkles for threeor
even 8 hours? Wipe them away twenty-four hoursa AT CONVENTION Drive returned home recently
from a historical sightseeingtrip !
day. 'Correct them DON'T HIDE them. Let a The: annual convention of Kiwams through Virginia and Wash

"GENII" work before your eyes. A Jean Graham International opened yea ington, D. C. with their youngson LADIES' .
Product. ft'rlt.llit) : Los Angeles, Calif. Raymond Highlights of their BOYS &
Attending from Tilusville are trip was a vl"ltlo the Capitol and 100% COTTON SHORTS SHIRTSWith
INDIAN RIVER RIXALL DRUGS R. A. Cutter, Tom Grusenmeyer the late President Kennedy's Boat Neck:

INDIAN RIVER PLAZA Herb Johnson, Doyle Frisbee grave Heg. 1.79 CLOSE OUT AT . j"C

.----__ __ _n__ ___ _. ____ ._ __ and Jess Childre.WATTWOOD'S Thocds On the stopped return trip in home Athens, the, Soato: :; II 59c or 2 for. . LADIES' JERSEY LOUSES

Georgia' to visit with Tate and
Ella Brown, son and daughter-in- Colors and StyUs

HOLIDAY SPECIALS law of Police Chief and Mrs. W = Compart at 1.99 SALE .'. . S1 1eAsst 00
Nationally Advertised Lines of T. Brown Tate Is attending college II

In Athens. The Browns are 100% COTTON -

BLOUSES, SKIRTS, SHORTS, JAMAICAS, PEDAL PUSHERS, former residents of Titusville and """'I
would enjoy hearing from their

WERE NOW Gateway Welcome Wagon Club Cornpir.
donated a sewing machine to the .
$7.95 . , $5.95 Brevard County Supervision( Center I I At 2,99

$5.95 . . $4.50 this work along with several ONE WEEK: ONLYI 1 $139
of material for the young FOR ONE DOZEN SALE
$4.95 . . $3.95 girls yards In the center to learn to

$3,95 . to . $3.25 sew. Ann (Mrs C. E.) Fantt Is

al Y $2.95 . . . $2.25 chairman of the program and MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE
Margaret (Mrs Joseph Draper( )

Be COOL in these HOT Bargains! Kennedy, 'taught the girls how to SPORT SHIRTS r INFANTS

er.rut a pattern' and sew it togeth- [ COTTON DRESSES I IfomP I

A..L ..
From SALE 2.59 ] for $$5
The Couples Class of First R.g,389 +re.l $1.51 SALE 88
Methodist Church enjoyed a covered

f.Y Wallwooc JJreJJ $ dish slipper' recently at the I' '
/o/, home of Mr and Mrs Moynihan, I

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Avenue ,,' e.r a'a
Washington 211 S.

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J tly-1. 1ei4 1huavW. ('Iorlda Star-Advoura Pala J
--- --- Citizens Survey Council Lists WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL

I Midwife Of Four Decades Retires vMamie Priorities At Monday's I II I I We Do The Job Complete 1 ;:.

Dublin Celebrates With Party The establishment of a pay would help people to j WIRING INSTALLATION SERVICE .;.:,
chtatrlc unit in a central Brovsrd solutions to crisis I ,
Mom\ Dublin, North Bre- hospital, review of the help maintain strong AND, FINANCING
vard'i: moat active midwife for operation of the County Health .i
the pant four decide* retired Department, the estHblmhmentof {\ Family Court | For COMFORT
last week and celebrated the a County Welfare citizen adxlsory the Report, Is worthy you scan I

event with a party at the A.M.E, ( board, and the develop' erntlon to avoid the
Church. ment of a non ectarlan family another
separate s count
About 3S of "her children" attended Ur service agency were among the ei it p posted: that the :
the party, along with priorities established by the Executive Atrouation with the l !! 0
many friends Commltee ot the Citi- juiws ::: 1\,' 113
form n I '" ,
lens Survey ImplementationCouncil plite thin possibility. : : .'1 ( t i"j ,
I ex 8
Helping her close' out an act at their meeting at Cocoa .. '71':; ., j,: '\ ",'' :"' ''''
lye career,, during which ahe Bench, Monday, *June 29. f.'f.... "... ;.... --.,- I'., :'"", k I',;;I '
prtslded at the birth of ,, I '"' "d
than MO(]( children, were more Mrs Th purpose! of these priori 11...,' ..."".'.- ,'.. \\., ,

Laura Elder Miss Judy Young ties Is to concentrate the effort 1" I ; ':: :' ,' ... 'a.t a.
and Miss Sylvia Ridge from the J of the thirty-one member Council <<' o ? <
Brevard County Health Depart during the next six months so ( ,
ment. Mrs. Elder presented Mrs. that the Citizens Survey Report
Dublin with a certificate of retirement recommendations can be Imple! ( I I \\I
from the State Board of merited in an orderly fashion. "I"o. 2 Ni
Health. --1 1I It was stated by Council Chair I :

And her friends presented a .. r .. man, W N Bowdon. TilE: ONLY REX j .
program: Carolyn Platt sang I ,'
The Council' two panels '
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# ", >
Great Thou Art," another and NO tl ;
Health Service and Family
local midwife Donnie McNeal .
Child Service, each have priority
sang "I Found The Answer" and INDIAN RIVER i
: I items to emphasize. The ,
Ethel Brook e t'g
sang "Sweet Home r e
health Services Panel with Mrs?:
Mrs Dorothy Grant, presidentof
the Midwife Association read r. A.concentrate M. !Martin on as the Chairman establishmentof will -

the original" poem, "To The Mid.wile a psychiatric unit in a cpntralBrevu'd a, :J:. rCy rl .n ._
Rev. W. E,
Spells gave Hospital, the review of :
the Invocation
and benedictionand ,
the County Department operation FULLPOWEREDriedrich'
Mrs. Spells told of Mrs. of MILK
Dublin's service to the community. and the development a ,
county health foundation (
; Miss Young presented her .Aw N
with a ccrsage.: The family and Child Servlre Rpular
Mrs Dublin received RETIRING MIDWIFE Mamie Dublin, retiring midwife Panel 1 under the Chairmanship r l.Me i is' I

gifts and later enjoyed refreshments many. is shown with the oldest and youngest "babies" she of Mrs Frances Jamleson, will :I
with the group at the has delivered that attended a reception in her honor work on the establishment of a (ONLY wleh ) room air conditionerwith 8 8I
the first she delivered is about
Thursday. Although baby
home of Mrs. Ethel Brooks. County Welfare citizen advisory !
Oldest of Mrs, Dublin's "bab 40 now, Vivian McCormick, 22, was the oldest one at the board, the development of a I uV1..1Nk1Jlift!
ies" nl cnding was Vivian Gran- reception and little Corrine Grant, 3 months, was the nonpectnrlnn family service o

dons 22: and the youngest, was youngest. (Carlson Photo). agency, and formation of a Family '
3-month-old Corrine Grant. Court for Brevard County p I IGUARANTEED\a

The priority items all come I.,
New VFW Auxiliary under the Citizens Survey Report .1 I

Officers In Posts recommendations In the

Health and Welfare fields In i.... .LUw--
Mrs. Opal O'Donnell, the new Brevard County. The need for
.. I Riar I.
President of the Titusville Auxiliary # a psychiatric unit Is described In ti GUARANTEED COOLING

4228, Veterans of Foreign Li.r the recommendation for a comprehensive I ; Frndrlch uirintits this exact cooling capacity of
Wars, conducted her first meet. community plan for I ONLY with )
the unit you buy in terms of BTU'i par hour, You 0
ing"of the
new year with her new hospital beds beyond present '
know to ill
you're golnl let the cooling
ly Installed officers In their I 8 Ie emergency provisions \ \ power you ::!
respective capacity. md to east the demands of the hottest, stickiest
Review of the County Health j IQ weather.
The main items on the agenda I'' Ir e I ti
were giving Mrs Rudolph Tres- Department operation is to
sel her obligation as a new memo "bring services closer to a mini'' CLAIROL LOVING CARI LOTION !:J Frudrlch guaranties, (hi ixict rate of air circula
bet, and appointing the chairmen mum standard now and further 04 tlon, down to the last cubic foot per minuti. You 8113
for the ensuing year. Increased In pace with the population HAIR COLOR aI : know your unit will not only cool the air, but also

The following chairmen were growth thereafter," The I 8 deliver It evinly throughout the urea you want
appointed: Mrs. W. W. James Survey Report points out that Relater cooled.
Americanism, Legislativearea ". .staff shortage presents the I LSO 99c ; 'GUARANTEED ECONOMY

Essay; Mrs Harry McArdle, : most serious clinics"problems apace' for' FriedrIch guarantees the low level of electrical con
Civil Defense; Mrs Eleanor Falser ,> office."and Is also Inadequate (ONLY with this coupon July 3.3-limlll 1)SIIVERTONE ) sumption of the unit you buy, with in inset number

and: Membership Researh and Cancer Aid ,.... .. ",.,... 4"i. ? of wilts par tour. Witts in what you pay for, and
; Mrs. Kay Bair, ;
The also the know
Report suggests you jour Fnedrich will/ keep your electric
National Home \
and Florida Cottage desirability, of a local Heullh I bills low.
; Mrs. Clarence Meserve, Foundation to coordinate awl
Gold Star Mother Mrs. ,.
Mortensen, ; B. ..... .. -" .I support the various health Interest 1
Community Service; In the County TECHNIQUE GRAY HAIR COLOR CONDITIONER MAYTAG WasiieraridDryer
Mrs Rudolph Tressel, Youth Activities PRESENTED CERTIFICATE Mrs Laura Elder of the
and Junior Girls Unit, Brevard County Health Department presented a Certificate The need for a County Welfare
and Mrs Edw. T. Cribbms, Hospital of Retirement to Mamie Dublin, retiring midwife, Citizens Advisory Board la 4 .
Publicity and buddy poppy. during a reception in her honor recently at the St James established, by the Report I* O
Plans were discussed for rals.lng' Methodist Church. About 35 "babies" delivered by Mrs. helping to establish written )policies & 4, R.gWar ROD $|J19 'tr
funds for various the affair. Carlson Photo a
programs Dublin attended -( ) and procedures' and act in
carried on by the Auxiliary. A bn advisory capacity to the I
will bake< be sale held and in the a rummage early fall. sale Open House Planned By VFW On July 4th Boon! of County Commissioners,
Develtplng a nonsectarian
Due to vacations the next business Ttusullc Post 4228 Veterans vrd r-y the Auxiliary, Family/ Service Agency will' help

meeting( will be held Mon. of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary The Commander urges all citl- I I..* meet ". one of the most "* EASY
3 at the ?
day August Post Home '
will observe: Iitdi'pendence Day, zees to display their Flags on critici.il 1 nerds pointed out by : TEAMS

July 4th by holding "Open that' Important day, many people ." .In the course
MIMS NEWSThe House" beginning at 2 p.m, at L of the Survey, This agency HOME PERMANENT 1 4 \
the Post t Home. ------- w

Progressive class of the All members and prospective j Win A FREE Trip For 2 To Nassau! R.eubr I 1 I it '
Mime Methodist Church was winner members arc urged to attend t 3.00 $119 .
of the contest held the last Post Commander Chas, Strick 1 Com In and enter MAYTAG AUTOMATIC WASHER I
night of the Revival last week. land and President Opal our (ONLY with thin coupen- July 3, 3- limb 1)f )
Mrs. L, Cantrell president of this nell extends to the : "NAME THE INDIAN" CONTEST BIG CAPAClt'f ONLY Moon ere
class was well pleased with the are Interested In V.t', /:O'Don'j rally Ausamelk I
members that came to the services hearty\ welcome e Walti' T""I't'Dlure $18970
although each class of the ?ree.. refreshments will SeIICIiOft fobe
I ton Kumasi
f i IF i
church was well represented on RAYS OF + 1 ill water With Trade .
this night as well ai each night e Sahq t are pswlhh e
throughout the revival Pensacola Visitor I r ADORN : Unpbobu\ :awltth WITH TIUO i

Miss Cheryl Noel! of Pensacolala SPARKLINGBRilliANCE w HAIR SPRAY Mottos AjllalOl'( know

Miss June Sharpe, Miss Rosa. vlsitlnc her aunt and uncle, 1 .J
lynn Cantrell and Miss De Ann Rev. and Mrs W. J. Cox, here I $ 39 :
weekend Miss Noil: wile one of the Fiest- I r |
Duff were home for the :.:3, '4
from Florida Southern College. attics, representing Pensacola
The girls said they were all en- High School, traveling with the: (ONLY with this coupon July J, J Limit II "" IIJ1 I
Joying the summer activities at Naval l Air Station Band on its l I, ftt'17500 -
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tours ,
college. spring I pia e ao I Ia' '" _. _JJr

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FERTILIZE CITRUS NOW. I' s El Fully Automotlo,,. ONLY coon DI.IOS I
vl OLD SPICI LOTION Sit ONI book Control

6.6..25%, 30%, 50 f
/ : u tr Suaw as.tart y t b 2l I
GROWTONE PELLETS -We loan a spreader, clear im Tiif 177Whitaker
Full Optmnt So'i'y' :
SHEEP AND COW MANURE Weight;!!, of center iton stamped inside the ring. R.eul.r Dow,lacy It lad,
1.lfONLY Raman l t
Priscilla weight.marked diamond rings .

Complete Lawnmower Sales and Service unexcelled for beauty of styling and ( wish this ceup.n- July 1, 3 Limle t) t J

Toro Snapping! Turtle Moto craftsmanship, each sparkling diamond dy( gPl '
carefully sclecitJ fOr{ curcin,., color i
Jicobwa Mono
and brilliancy, expertly polished to j

create maximum beauryPriscilla. 1 1waa"r ( y )

See Our 10 h.p. Wheel Horse Tractor: MENNEN'fUSN SUTTONMEN'S


KWIT, for Chinch Bugs Guaranteed! | ..

"IA.eae .,.... R.gular 69 C / 1 Electric Inc.
1.10 r 1 J
I e (ONLY with this coupe'sJvly' 2, 3-r Limit 1) ; 3U t. Wathln on Ave., Tltuiylllt :0

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4 TBv.PIN) ...IerN.t.) .., u"..... Wodn.sd.e, Jute I, 114I ailed bid will lit _Iv'" by u,
Industrial .Bomcd of County CommMliintn
J Commission) Head ,Ana to let A.M, July 28. 1W4, ,
th. CommlMloner; *' Room In II..,
I Court Hours, Tltuavlllo, Fiona

MilA Controvctors Predicts Rosy Future For Stale ORWAY4/ .damn fur aid Binder, paper IkU metal rho

15a bull epeclflcatlone may be ob)
/PARIS oontacllui ..
talned by Punhmim
Stall Industrial! Commission continued existence of our state- Agent P. O. Boil H. Brevanl Cum
I Chairman Worley Brown predicted DENMARK 23w'' ty Court Houee, Tltuevllle, Florl.ltAll
administered system"Brown bid to be marked o. outll,|,
today at Cocoa Beach a 23 of envelope, "Bid for Blndrn"
warned that If NAPLES The Board reserves the rl.bl
Review Progress future of sound growth and progress states are to maintain their Independent reject any and all bid.
tor Florida business but SWEDE s June iu.sH.l.ICKHur.
system, they must CHAIRMAN
warned against federal enc/wlch- BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIDSIONKR8.
ketp abreast of the times. POLAND 21 1 BREVARD "CUL'NTy
ment Into the operations omhe
1 Seventy-five government and of representatives of the con Hardeman, which Is building the state administered Workmen's He said Florida Is doing this MEXICO 31st July FWRIDA.a. 1& (WKD) UNMITItK

... industry representatives engaged structon; contractors, architect- VAB; Flunk Sedlacek, Project Compensation ayttcm. through two current programs: Or OUT
In building the nation's first engineer fir ms, NASA and the Manager for the American Bridge. relations PERU 46w
A inastlve
Speaking at the Cape Colony public program TO KARL RAY ARNOLD .the
moon launch; complex on Merritt Corps of Engineers. They focused Division of U. S Steel which is SAFETY (to continue reeldeni of wbum In lUMb Air
Motel before .
a day-long meet CHINA 94 s'q
Box KM. L. Ut
HIM Wish Manama
blond met Monday and Tuesday manly' on two areas: the handling; the work on the VAU'l ing of Brevard businessmen, called as 10SAFETY-4)) aimed at reducing frtold. Bedford MaieaihUMlli. le
at Cocoa Beach to review the SJ story fall Vertical Assembly structural steel framework; and and financial fendanli You ar* hereby nollrira
tot the purpose of facilitating the human Shut a Complaint/ for divorce tin
construction program to date Building, where the Saturn V Floyd Williams, Project Manager their compliance with theState's ravages of industrial death and been filed agalnat you and you ait
and to survey the work that lies moon rockets will be put together for the joint venture of Florida and OPERATION required to Mrvo a copy of your
Unemployment andWorkmen' injury Anewer or otber pleading r "noiiHn
ahead. end Pad A (the first moon Blount Sundt, which is building SPACE which the to Ibe Complaint on the Plaintiff,

The" meeting was called by the launch pad) and the Crawler. Pad A and the Crawleiway. Blown assailed. Compensation tamperingwith Laws, FSES favoiable public gave image as ,, "1,' atlorneye whom la, the hereinafter name and ehown aiidretie and uf(
any ,
Canaveral District of the U. S. way which will link the VAB Government representatives in. centers. .l file the original of sold Auewer ur
state functions by the Fed community employment other raepomlv pleading la the of
Army Corps of Engineers, which with the launch area. rludmi Mar Gen. A. C Welling, eral Government. Ilea of the Clerk of Ihs Clreuli
U and On afternoon the He described the employment Court la and for Brevard County
supervising design construction Monday South Atlantic Division Engineer.:
before the
opfkAntlc, Florida on or JOth day uf
Brown based Ins
of the $400 million group toured the launch com of !the Corps of Engineers; Brig!: ,security! system as a Combination July, A.D., 1M4. Bald cause III pehd,)

launch complex for the National plex for a first-hand look at the Gen. E. E. Wilhoyt, Assistantto business prediction on the of the Unemployment Compensation eldr' yr"rya' Ing In ,the Florida Circuit, a.Court Cbanuery uf Urcvaid Cauw

Aeronaut! and Space Adminis wot k going on.Construction tin Chief of Army Engineers national population explosion, program and the State Count MH and tbe title :of the in*

.. trek. n. of the complex is for NASA Support; Col. J. V. and Industrial expansion and In. Employment Service and urged I.K.rl Alleen Kay A.Arnold Arnold, Defendant Plaintiff full,

The meeting was called by the scheduled for completion in tally SolMiub/, (m't..Cilief) of the Con- dustital growth and a rising Brevard businessmen to use ya log fault such will be aillon taken Judgment agalnnl by lt
you fur
Canaveral District of the U. S. 11)00.) ktiuillon IVamh for NASA's standard of living In the nation their local State Employment r 5Ia.AR1 the relief demanded In the Com

Army Corps of Engineers, whichis Among the industry rcpiesenlativrs John. I't'. Kenedy Space Center; as a whole. Service offices because they support ...... ..... '" iiN .dt ti41, Jl plaint.Tltuevllle DONE; Flnrlda AND, thla ORDERED 151 t h day it?(
supervising design and conttiuclion attending were William Col. W. L. Sldines, Deputy lie laid, "Singularly blessed it through payment of the ---- June, 1M4. CURTIS R. HAHMCK:

of the $400 million Alexander, Piojeit Manager for C-nriVfrul District Engineer for by nature, this Cape .dy Unemployment Compensation "WHERE TO?" "Where shall I go now"? seems to be ': Clerk V M Bnangler of eald, Deputy Clrcutt Clerk Court, ,,trill.br l:

launch complex for the National URSVM, architects and engl- NASA work, and LI. Col. J. A. area Is specially adapted for tax the question pondering this lad. According to the sign STAHLBY CUlT' COURT, Attorney SEAL).for DYKES Plaintiff*

Aeronautics and Space Adminis- flats for VAB; W. II. Ellis, BatH, Canaveral District Field apace exploration. National re The meeting was sponsored by post he may go to Paris, only 15 miles away; or possibly AddreMi P. O. Box 1443 Cow.

.. tration Project Manager for Giffcls and Engineer; for construction of the cognition of that fact has virtual. the Asioclat'-d Industries of Florida Peru, Just a mere 46 miles that way. He could take a June Florida.17, 24. July 1, I (Wed) 14IV .

Host for the two-day symposium nossrlll, architects and engineers moon branch complex.A ly abolished any limits to the the Industrial Commissionand chance and cycle to China, for that s just a hop, skip, an THK (IHrt IT CO!.KT OK. Till

held at Schrafft's Carnage for Pud A and the Cruwlurway; special guest was Maj. Gen. area's progress And the Impactcf the Cocoa and Cocoa Beach awful big jump and 94 miles this way. Where is this spoton !MNTII J HIM'It I, IIHIIir IX

House, was Cut G. A. Fin. Frank llobcrtson! Project Malinger J 'kwn Graham, Chief of Civil your progress on the rest of Chamber, of Commerce. earth situated such that distances to the four cornersof AMI I'I!.OHIO rOK t. Kk.t.tKU: IUIMI

Icy Canaveral District Engineer for the joint venture of Works Construction in tie Office the state Is Immeasurable" the world are in two figures instead of the thousandsof HIM! tRY: HIM\H. '...MLI..11lO'rll'K ( .'nor

Work sessions were made up MCI rlenn Knudsen, Pcnnl and of the (Chief of Engineers., He died Florida's growth as miles? The spot is Lynchvllle, Maine and the photois ROBERT B. SMITH, )

reflected in the Commission's Council To Hold on a post card sent the Star-Advocate by Bill Am .v.- Plaintiff )t>

Funeral WOI kmel1'. Compensation and brose of the Advertising Dcpt. who was in his native stateon SHIRLEY LOUI8B SMITH ,
Director-Ambulance Man Gels
Many Calls vacation week These all towns in Maine. LOUIHU'HMITII
Unemployment, Compensation a ago. are TO: SHIRLEY

I pi-ORrunu. For example, he Meeting Today I 21a Jemeetown.stab Street New York

said that In 1939 approximately YOU ARE HKRBBT NOTIKIFD:
Rev. Williams Tituivlll (Florid) Star-Adeedate that Complaint for Divorce bat
/ Calm Violent .
Smitfy Helps ManBy 10,000 firms and 385,000 workers Spccikl meeting of the Titus. been filed agalnet you and you a"required

In the state were covered by ville city council will be held at K>tabll>h<4 lac.Published to uer.. a copy of cuss
an wer or pleaillni' to the Complaint
Bill Lytrlx workmen's Compensation insurance. S.30: p.m. today fur the purpose I on the Plaintiff: Attormv:
Named To Civil Mondays.Wedneidaya Howard L. Mevee, Jr, 12S Coquina
This episode Is nothing new for In 1D63 there were of considering an ordinance that Si Friday. Ave, P. O Box mi; TtlUiVllla

Smutty; just another chapter, more than len times as many would attempt to alleviate hard 8 By Tlluavlllc, Ino.BtarAdvooala wee Florida or pleading and file In the the original office( of am the.

many already told and many employers and In the neighbor. ships resulting from passage of At The HtarAdvocauBulldla Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
hood of 1% million workers in the Defense PostBrevard before Ibe DO day of July, 1M4. If
more to be told. new zoning ordinance and SS Main StreetTltuevllle you fall to do eo, a decree pro con
the program. other matters! ria.827SO freio will be taken agalnet you for
Today's liJ
story began about 1 fr
Civil Defense the relief demanded In the Com
a m. when Smitty, E. A. Smithof Brown said this growth had County piniel,
City Manager Cleveland Tsl- Henry H. Hudme. P... ,
has I TED at Tlluivllle, Brevard
Smith Funeral Home and been accompanied by the strengthening appointed the Rev. W. Kenneth Mrs. H..ol B. Hudeoa. V-P, County. Florida, thle/ 281h day of
said that films
r madgo,\ various Retort H. Hudeon, Sery-Trea. ..
Smith Ambulance Service, answered j".rwly and Improvement of the Williams, Rector of St. I 1W4
and people have expended
a polite call to the homeof e.e program through cooperation money, time and eforlln pie. Marks Church, Cocoa, is Director .111.Betoad-Claia. 1'7oeid.' .postage paid al Tltua- CLERK' OF THE CIRCt'lTOURr
Marlin Armstrong at 204 For among business, labor, Insurance of Religious Affairs for Bre ( BKBVARD COLN-
paration of plans for buildings TT FLORIDAByt
est St., a suspected "signal 20" the medical and legal professions within the ,city in line with the vard County. MEMexalPlmli. perm "....1&... Alice M. Maatonoa

(mental case). and the Commission."But old zoning ordinance and an lie will appoint key leaders In Natloaal Bdlterlal "....I.d.. Court Deputy Heal) Clerk

Upon arrival, Smitty was told despite this success the the different communities to Henry H. Hudeon Publlehef Howard L. Mayee. Jr.
ordinance amendment has been Robert H, Attorney for Plaintiff
that Armstrong had slashed his signs on the governmental horizon prepared to establish a method serve on his staff. David Dunn,Hudson Advertlelns talllor...... IZII Coquina Ave.
hand and ire ominous," Brown declar William/ O. Lyerly, Circulation MITtubacrlpllon P. O. Boo 1333Titusvitle
stomach with I broke whereby: such hardship be The Rev. Mr. Williams hu Florida
en piece of glass and was threat. ed. determined and building permits been a resident of Cocoa for approximately ( Rale. July 1. 1. 15. U: (WED.) 1964Ml

ening Tltusvllle police. officers "In a few short years since one year, having IV THx: f'IR"UT (05 R'r or T.n:
issued to such
By Carrier In North
Arnold Stems and Astor Curry, 19S8 the Federal Government people. come from West Palm Beach. I ,.. |7SO S Mo. S..OU -Brevard I Mo. MM ,,5511''"'OK n I>HRKVARU lt'lI.. 1'IRCI lOI.NT\IT. IS.

who were In the house with Arm. thiough expansion of the Social Talmadge will ask for authoit-i He Is very active In community By Mall In Florida > IOHIDtCHANCERY

strung Security Act has encroachedinto ty to advertise; for a public hear. affairs in Brevard County and ,.. M.M a Mo. S3.50 a .... 12.OS ;. \OTKK NO.TO 2885S UhyExll.
Armstrong ordered Stems to It the Workmen's Compensation ing on the establishment of anew the Civil Defense program Is for. Outeld Florida NATHAN HOMER CRANK), )
leave, and Curry, who seemed to field to such atTextent" that\\' bulktiead (line from north to tunate In securing his voluntary Tr. ST' .BO S Mot I4JO a Mo. II.(0HOTire '< Vl Plaintiff. I ) )

have a soothing effect on lee A WELCOME PAUSE "Smitty", E, A. Smith, left, with thus is a serious therat to the ,, south' city limits services in this ,capacity. KKUIT. ..H;: OP rilTITIOlH INTKNTION: )1\\TO .K: LIKDA FATE CRANK Defendant ))

violent man, continued to talk to patrolman Astor Curry and patrolman 1st. class Arnold In compliance with Houa Rill TO.LINDA! PATE CRANK

Armstrong, who was standing In Siems, pause outside hospital after finally! delivering TWELVE YEARS IN THE SAME LOCATIONz Law No. UTS of Florida Chapter Acts Number of 1B41.M tbe 53, M7J9 Route Wayne No 1 Madleoa Road

a pool of his own blood with the Martin Armstrong for treatment. Smitty doffed his shirt I undareiined will reirleler with the 1'r'Dloo. Ohio

piece of glass In his hand shout. to "cool off"-S-A Photo). :o: N Clerk Yard County or the Circuit Florida,Court upon'In receipt Bre complaint You to'd :0rc".01 ::4 been that filed 5

in at times, and threatening with, of proof of publication of thle notice agatnet you, and you are required
welcome one. Is j lb. followlni flultloue name to file your answer or pleading
the Smitty a most "unforgettable
glass menacingly at his to-wlt ADAMS APPLIANCES wltb. the Clerk of tb. Circuit
throat. This amiable character Is a charaiter" with AND TV under which I .m annexed Court ton Brevard County, at Tltuavllle -
civle-minded person also, serving a terrific sense 8' 06N In RETAIL, SALES AND KKVICK :: .Florida, and t user,. copy
Finally, Curry loft the room of humor and performs at 23110 Houth Waehlnnton thereof soon IRVINO NATHAN-
on civic and a very Ave Tltuevllle, Florida 1 and" that ,
and went outside after many community SON P. 0, Box 56. Cocoa Florida
being unable necessary service to the citizens the underlined 1 le the only pereonInterfiled attorney for the Plaintiff on or before
projects and he Is i
a past In old bu.lsru.Dated
to convince Armstrong to July 1)1) 1W4 If yOU fall to
president of Ole Tltusvllle KiwanIs of North Brevard; a lot of It at ... l at Tllu.vllle.. Florida, thle 10, a decree pro tonfeeao will be
get medical attention Then, it 1 day of July, A O 1WMAC enler.,1 aSIlI".1 you for Ih. relief
was Smltty'a turn to In and Club. his own expense. 0'M ADAMS. demanded. In, the complaint
go C July 1. S. U 22 (WED.) 164. WITNESS my hand and the of thin "
plead. Armstrong wouldn't let IY I seal of the Court, this 211 day ol
Smitty get close to him at first \ JL1114'1.51.. 'I.t" IT. 15ASIC June, 1W4Cmtie1 R. Baron
American Moon
threatening again with tin piece Landing Project ....0 I"FIM'" 8R.'AIIU tOlllTf, Clerk of Circuit Court
--.of ., byi Alice M Maateraoo
glass Then Armstrong relent. e-uov1MNv! No .11IlOTI'K \ Deputy Clerk
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f ed and SmM'y! went Into a back (Court Heal)
.t: room wl'i! the man just the two Gels Set-Back With Tues. Failure r.r v. Plaintiff IRVING P. O. Box NATHAN8ON M '

T: | of them, and Armstrong let him CHARLES MIME, Cocoa.Attorney Florida for the PlaintiffJuly .

,:g?: look al the cut, which proved to An American landing on the hUllo vehicle went Into M uncontrollable TOl. MR. CHARLES MIMe Defendant, 1. S. 15 11 WKD) 1IHI4MITKK

: be superficial although the manU moon, promised for this decade, roll, revolving more 0 Oeneral Delivery -

-.. has lost e lot of blood. may have suffered an irrevocable than 1 revolution per second. The .H :z: Preiton ARE, HKRKHT 0.0.1.YOU NOTIFIEDthat NOTICE OF BUIT. Tot. BETTY.

Then, again In a f.t at anger, setback yesterday when an violent roll caused liquid hydro. Iwk&L. been filed a Complaint agatnet you for, and Divan pours baa JEAN IICRIRN.ro hereby. .Id.nee Dolltlod that"n.koo..o.You

Armstrong ordered Smltty to Atlas.Centaur failed to achieve to flow the sides VcuLt9aMtr required to eerve a your a roll hue been filed ..alnol you
gen up of the prb.or la the CIrcuit Court or BnvardCounty.
leave Police decided at that orbit and tumbled back to earth. An.we1' or Pleading' to Complaint the
= tank, shutting down the engines 'n the Plaintiff'e Attorney: Florid. The name or

time to use tear gas to get the For the Centaur's first operational two minutes prematurely and :z: Avenue HAV.B BAUUH Koikledfe li)3 goulh Florida Florida and Jon known Icrlbn.r.natural The d.r.ndonl.05un I.01 Betty the

; upset man out of the house, but assignment.: will be to soft. therby reducing the thrust needed 0 file tbe original Anewer or Pleading lust I. for dlvor. The came of I.
said .ult
Curry and Smitty decided to try Und In the Office of the Clerk of the Cour In which
an unmanned Surveyor to achieve an earth orbit. the circuit Court Brevard County pending" In the Circuit Court NinthJudicial
n again, and between the two of spacecraft on the lunar surface The guilty party appeared to "c .. Prices Courlhouee. Tlluevllle, Florida OU for Brevard Clroult County.of Florida Florida In and and
or before the 22nd Day of July IM4
them, got Armstrong to agree to to explore its consistency and be a fuel pump, a relatively common 1 toAa If you fall to do so. judgment by the bhrevlata title) In the caa, la

:.. go: to the hospital if the other of. cheek on suitable landing sites piece of hardware Start !aA dofaull for the will relief b.demanded tepee .1.ID.t In you the Brttv Bobhy J Lea... Bcrlbner.Schtbner Plaintiff.,Di'"dJS' .Xt!

= ficcrs and deputus outside would fur Apollo-bourne Astronauts. More sophisticated < Compl.ln6 feeing Chaaoery No. 1
problemswere t. .
... required to file vourane-
.w leave. This shot Is slated for late 15( experienced last week i villa(DONE, Florida and ORDERED this 15th *Day t Tltua-of '"bII 7"Vrv: C."oop0y' tberonfk Uorn
At the hospital, Armstrong was but the la June 1064.1VIraull "
= program already more when unsuccessful attempts to. Ek/MlST'l the firm of Shep.
M put under heavy sedation, and than a year behind schedule and launch Centaur 3 were made. :N i C'ourt R.11..1)C"RTIII BARNES CLERK 8hepar4 Mlnot, Attorney P. O. Draw.Jr for.

*" after treatment was turned over yesterday's mishap with the The shot 98900H CIRCIIT COURT, NINTH S1J. Coooa Florida than 81,
was once postponed be. Jl'DICIAL Jut:
= and AI :; .wr"oo.aW to do BO,
to Deputies Tom Rudge space age problem child is ex cause the actuators controlling FOR J1VARD: COUNTY, irV"onfeaeo will be aaalnetyou
Carter of the Sheriffs Dept who pected to further widen the gap. the Centaur's engines glmballcd By FLORIDA V. B. SpangierAttorney Dated Ibis SUth d.vof Junl.111II4' ,

= charged!: him( with attempted suimZ Oddly enough, JVsterday's In the wrong direction another D.pUI Clerk 5 CfRTW Circuit R. BARNES' Man: Clerk Jos

C''e' Centaur achieved id primary time for a mulfunctioning pitch Get Coo/erator; : 15.1. Bas for S Plaintiff ft,1: !; leparty CoClerk. ICIRC1JIT
said this Is "old Address: 1333 B. Fla. A... CsI'RT SEAL)
But, as we test objective, the jettisoning of accelerometer In the guidance Rockledge, Florida July) ,.. S. 16. 22 (WED) littdTim "
wm"w bat" to Smitly, Just about a its four Fiberglass insulation system. June IT. 24. July 1. S eW.d.1 lasAIN 0'" KOHBCIOM' 8a:

month or two ago/ he had to help panels, a problem that has bug NASA said the entire guidance the air conditioner with top quality throughout! THB: 101 >TV 4OIHT. I!* .ILK\' BY Cl.rHK: or "..tll1'rOlliT

r a Titusville ;polite officer"wrestle" ged the program almost from its package housing the defective N .155 FLONIUSI. 'tOM B..O COlxrr HOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN

.w Armstrong into sub- Inception. meter has been replaced for yestei R. Eatat of that the underelined Curtis R.

j.- mission after the man had cut Centaur 1 ended! :n fiery death day's test but the act'ial causeof Many air conditioner claim "quality." advanced features: extra-qulet operation ALLEN WILFORD. SWANHONDeceaaed. Il.rnr.Breverd. Clerk County.of the Circuit Florid,Courtof will

himself. U seconds after liftoff In May, the trouble has not yet been But often it's just on the surface, or in washable filter, 4-way air circulation I !NOTIt". ..<>r FILIPETITION o> the 17th day of July, 1M4. al
automatic thermostat control. tOM fl ..lf. VIMt M tB.t K: or the earl door of the
Is always on the scene name only Coolerator quality clear 11 00 A. M al
= Smitty 1M2, when a heat shield broke determined.Yesterday's. I toes aaeetTalt Courthouae of Brevard County, In
Choose from wide selection of models
aiding piilite, sluriff's departH loose and ruptured the liquid hy- Centaur after through-with an all-welded frame, a Notice I. hereby given that I hav lb. City of Tltuevllle, Florida, offer .
weather-protected electrical compo with NEMA-certified capacities from filed my final return* ae ecutrti for eale and. mil at pubHe outcry
., neat, file 'epm-tment! all of dugen tank. In subsequent achieving a speed of 11,425 miles nents, fine-clad cabinet for rust resistance 4.200 to 30,000 BTU's. including ones N of the ,eelat of ALLEN WILFORD to the hllheet and brat bidder

them, In pursuit of their Jobs. HP ground tests at General Dyna an hour and climbing to 345 heavy insulation inside. And every for reverse cycle healing, casement .4 filed SWANSON my Petition, deceaied.for that Distribution I base for ce.h.. eltuate the following la Brevard daurtbedproperty Couoty -

= has In the paNt, helped subdue mic/Astronautics Point Lorna, miles broke up and fell Into the oi Coolerator-not just a random samplingis windows and instant installation. Come Min I sad for Final Dleibarge. and that Florida to-wlt:
-.' deranged for Coolerator values! .. July n 1M4 I will apply la tae Lot an Block a. Section K,1.
mentally persons, Calif, facility, the heat shields ocean 900 miles west off the Cape f1; performance tested. You also get now our special Honorebl Virgil B Conkllng. County HOWE GARDENS 8UBDIVI-
w: fought: fires, aiding in any way froze to the Centaur skin and Verde Islands off the west coast en Judge of Brevard County Florida BION' .. recorded on Pan 14.

-- pouiblt, most of the time far could not be jettisoned as plan of Africa. See Us For The Installed Price x xWe turea., for 54 approval for an order of old of final dlelrlbullon : re-. Plat Brevard Book COU.I K. ,Public. Florida Records of

beyond the call of duty. ned. I and of for the final will of dlecharge ALLEN of WIL eieeulrix Together with Ibe following leecrlbed -
bouaehold appllancee
Last he worked for three Centaur 2 flew in 8WAVHON. :
year Nov. 1903 FORD I Water Heater Raleigh Model
r.; hours cutting a man from the with heat shields< firmly bolted Holland On Bar'SubCommittee Do The Job Complete! I /S/ Victoria...n.oa.BwanaonVictoria Eawutrie 1 ADR- Dmp-ln O.I. 43. Tippea Ranee andOven.

ar; cab of a truck which had struck Into place to avoid a similar disaster Paled Jun. 2B. W4 Model 431
M a tree on S. R. 402 He has worked and al least test the effcctivness WIRING, INSTALLATION, SERVICE, FINANCING! en L July, 1. .. 11.a |WED: 19t4 I her- CR7SB OVal Furnace 1I..al'Wa'.

all night many times and he of hydrogen!: as a super S. I.. Holland, Jr. TitusvllU' W I IIT'I'II: 0" I'ITa'\lT'Oll! TO 1 Disposal, tWnpoe Neater. TO

U: Is on call 24 hours a day. fuel. lawyer, lias been named to The 5 Special values now! Get Coolerator quality at a low price! etiN a In RanTRM eompllanc rlCTITIO wllb Houa!llAMa BUINo. : pureuant Foreclosure to entered the Final In a Decree caw pendln of-

"* lie can be tough when the situation Yesterday's flight proved the Florida Bar's military law aub.rommittCfl 1115... Chapter Number :*WM., I III said Court. the etvle of whirls. .
Laws Florida Ado of 11. th
calls for It, and, oh, so problem of tile heat shields has on cooperation with .no.ralaed will ...,.1.. with th* t la flANK MERCANTILE or MIAMI NATIONAL BEACH: ...

... gentle and sympathetic in makH !been licked but project officials the armed forces, according to WhifakeK i Electric Inc. Clerk County.of the Circuit Florida Court upon In receipt 8nsiv.rd SAMUEL. nd the MILES Claa.eery RITCHA80.Docket Mum-. elal

Ing funeral arrangments for discussed to their chagrin there announcement today by Bar Ii I af proof of publication. of this her le 2XI2IIWITNKKH: .
sulks, the following flctltlou
someone were more heartbreaks in store president Chesterfield H. Smith, 326 S. Washington Ave.. Downtown TitusvllUPhons j px name, to-wlf: "River Lane*, laa" real af eald Court my bend this anil 2ml official day of
always a welcome under which I am engaged In hueIneea Juu
Smitty Is Hydraulic pressure for one of Lakeland. at India Rl.er Plea India lM4.Curti. R. Baraee
dent to law enforcement officers the two Pratt & Whitney RL-10 Holland is a law graduate of 267-0611 River City. Florida Clerk of Circuit Court

:. and the "here comes Smltn engines!: was lost four and a half the University of Florida college I I WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL Ilk Dated Say at of Juaa Tltu,nn.A.D.Florida 1M4." tale By Deputy Allco CloHt M. Mtetereoa

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)I.' On July 1, 1964, Colonel H. CommMve) and member of the $127 I
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W. Tarkington
Civil Defense Director, take to the Public Health Service y y 4.ply wood,,
Colonel 'tarklll< over as President of the National. Florida State Civil Defense Nylon strong- FOIL WRAP 31c VALUE
Auoclutlon: of State Civil Defense Agency in December 1994 as .
Directors (NASCDD. (The Slate Disaster Relief Coordinator
NASCDD Membership Include he developed Florida' first RINSE
State and Territorial Civil De State Operational Survival Plans "l i
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tense Directors ) BORDENSllf ..m
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lion, Vice Chairman, Florida Resources .
Planning Committee;; k. for men,women,children )) Spray or
and Chairman of the State Civil 'Lfdt Stick Jyp,. MEXSANAHEAT
Pasture Owners
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Committee. A graduate of the. fcs 980 5,98 6 4 T 79 c ::: o
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Several local pasture owners Tarkington is a graduate ofBatley THE FLAG 4t I Prescription Your SOMINEX TABLETS
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he Police has Chief instructed W. T. Brown the police said retired, In During 1054 as his Colonel thirty-six, Artillery rYAauII .:: r; Tan | !

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murder in connection with a 1954 Colonel Tarkington com PAPER PLAfft ) SANITARY rBAND.AIDPLASTIC
shorting Sunday night. BRUSH
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Shot In the left hand with a ,
shot nun was Jerome Welch, 33, Decorations Include: Silver china white-for a'. STRIPS
of 1014 Second Ave, In a fracasat Star with Oak Leaf Cluster, Purple dlihwaihtr's holiday!...'_ FOLDING ,
of 40 Mercurochromed or 1.29
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Kilts was apprehended Mon and Colonel Legion Tarkington of Merit. married BAYER Lawn Rocker l 1.29 Value93c t...- :; plain pads.PACK VALUE
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scene fallowing the shooting the ington in 1925 and they reside ASPIRIN Sturdy! .1.
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Welch was shot without friends for the kindness shown
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Cherry Sets Record Af Valkaria L

10 lick Cherry broke t he* for steak eliminator by is-: ;

Star-Advocate track record at Vnlkarla last 427 Chevrolet, while Mike Lusj..Zwon :
Sports weekend and K. M LchmatmMm
II Stock automatic In
at donevl for about the'! : j:;:

fifteenth\' eonierfuttve tine as 1984 I' >rd. Lehman In in tOawi '---

who has beet dla -:
TltuivlUw' ( mrVtff
fight boy brought,.
J \ NEWS AND VIEWSpittic halve class trophies during the rested. at Geneva racked in> W- "
fifteenth' : .:
week f ltd< drag straight( vlttorf: .j t':

Cherry, driving i 1984 Corvette Milo Coleman and his 108T'*.

SNnc' Ray, brat an Sting Tlmn ler. Fairlane Ford defeated .

Ray M th track 1 plus' tefeiitliic Moo Tucker IBB3 A nlmtnt "*

All-Star an AC Cetera> aM) setting! i new" ('her,>M three! out of five r"'o.-

League elated new retort of 1103 In the sai.pe( mufch

breaking a rrk: made IcverilJrf :
\Viliiun top eliminator at Val.--
"'. eon fcf I'IntGIIt> of Lake
karls win Brownie! Cries of Or% : .
Worth Lyle 1 teethe Valkaria
.. 7>aA' MM Undo In a Chevy powered -
Manage, CTery'stime
AA [)raM|| Chosen On 4th J- **l* the "" .lte" rink "
pefuls. kMiMtMltW. Jim 1"11, Veto: .
diIII > atom*, """hi, highest: In A Model'
Sport competition. Iwm.1t Inn Fltrthcml Fold, l --

,._ ... \ ''\ A ".IIhlllll1': r, 1204, Piotlwtioil ;
Csndtdatea for Senior awl Minor said fie athlete' selected bytheir This .h TiMvUfe'i tetnhd year Aka wta ta. at Talkaria was tlitu: nntor, Bnddy Jones, Miiml[ .
RECEIVES TROPHIES Jerry Smith County Men's Association's Annual nub *
Howling Whiting in D Gas ChevrOlet
',Division all-star team, chosen mmgert as all-star "\\os. It. taitrKnnpd organization, a 4J4: riymoHth, 1I9D; Mid (second from right) of Eau in: shown Tournament at Gateway last March El Camino; and an II Gas 51 -"
Titusville In the sibilities" will be announced, but ItflU be tAe Senior Dhlslon's Gale Sloth Elimlnihir:/ White Toro \
to represent receiving his 300 Club hy" from Also Is Dob Miner President of Chevrolet
the final members of first as into Cads
area; playoffs, will be announced however, year an entry Minml, B Stock lutomatiaPlymmith a
[(Saturday during the Little Lea- the all-star team will\ not be released the area. playoffs.( List year the Dert McNoster, Area representative for the County Association, and Ray Toma- At Geneva, Bellon Pontiac and Little Stacie ':

JU4' fAnnual Jay 4th Celebration moil after July I. About LL all'star were defeated. In Brunswick last week at Gateway Lanes sello, Manager of Gateway Lanes.-(S-A W4 era took B Stork clam Eliminator< I Stocky 1955 Chtvfolet ::

at Sand Point 25 or 30 player will IM chosen their first game of the district by per perfect game during the Brevard Photo). and Will edged by two length. > Orlando .

[Jay Campbell, president of the for fry-out tier eliminated to Cocoa, 1.0 In Jacksonville,

[crcaniiatlon'i board of director 15 regular and one alternate If the local teams win in the

area tournament, they will adVance I
Battle For
to the district, the tie First Place

state playeff, stitch rotfle ..

major division will be at St By eon _Ire of parsed ball. However the inning for the winner holding "

Your Petersburg, and U Sailor Division League Pirate went ahead 3.2 with two the Bean hltlrs and scon.less. Little League Saturday League :

at Jackson'IUe. Senior+ run In their half of the second 91"111ral'ln' \ d MX white talking Saucers 4 Cub 1 Bobcats 4 WMtp...lnq Hill I :

Winner of the state tournament r1I walk! and tingle by 1'off, two and liftting one.. Kevin Score by innings/ : .
Regional Pir t" 11 CUn** 10 Steve Holland, with relief help
the Southeastern
"2' Cents enter Bob CI burn, and Allan Bosmenv Robbins was charged with the Wildcat 001 00-.1 IS :
aided Giant from \
Tournament, then the Tho Pirates, by lucky Johns pitched I
defeat n.bl bis pitclied a two- Bohrtit 020 2x 4 0 2 .
ball In the One hit shut
Little? League World Series In error and a pained -nut and led the
Th Pirates widened their hitter striking out even and flatteries: Bixlc-y (w) and IX'Minanlel ;- :
Willlamsport, Pa., the last of final frame, edged' the Runts Riaveri lo a H win over the
W orlh"Uii kd" with two runs In the third walking five, Brown ((1)I), WtsoB
August. All of the tourney are 11-10 in !Senior; I/mp action Siit- Ctih In Little League Wednesday
four walks and ((2)) and r
on a passed ball Scoi by Innhigs Bui dine, Brown ((2)
tingle elimination with the los urday moininf : night .
making I It S\-2, The ScoreM : '
ing team dropping after the first The Giants took a 29 lead. in Rears 000 loo 11 a All), four uf the Heavers' rune .
-- lose the first frame nn two walks Th Drive made it 5.3 witha Lions came In the Nellie n'IIAr.t.
10- 100 OU 122 fnurth frame' Re* Ah It sr Rbi''
LETTERS THE SPORTS EDITOR I Sand Point Saturday baseball an error, and Peter Evans' run In the fourth on two Batteries: Strpnth, Everett ((4)) pnnslblu for the run were. I nsMi.s W.'nn. CO a a 0 a -

activities will get underway at double, then widened the mar walks, a stolen lose, and a wild and Everett, Strenth (4)', Bobbins single by\ Curdnml, three eras. "".,"'..1'l'f .0 fl It a 0 0

Sir: basic adjustment will\ go a long 10 a.m. with the Saturday League gin to 5.0 with three runs' In tho pitch' and thin took the kid in and Eggpr/ soil (three walks. All were urr H.. tt nur.II"l".tse CO'I 1 II A 8 ..
U a
"S it becoming quite notice- way Blue and Gray gime. Player second on a walk, a fleldir'i the fifth scoring three run on Box Sooie: earned The Cub scored lathe .Smile.... db 1 0 b. 0

\that If a baseball team TLS. for the inter.league all.star choice, two errors, a two-base hit three error, a walk and a single ..".. sixth via Walker H".rlm.lit.. .11 1 A a a

i, or Is losing, which their Sports Editor's comment. : It team. are chosen by the man by Stan Sooko) and a tingle by by )Danny Quinn Name IVRUWMI, ,? Ab- II n K e nltl'I Holland, In po tln,', the Iwpre Urlftt Grown,..P. I'lilt U I Ie.1

ng child plays on, the par. Is not considered ethical among ages Bill Mixson.' The Pirate scored the tying Ital.Ieg"r.:; C I : g : slew win, rtmck out eleven and Mullnrk. :11 kfHllllnii. 1 : I 0

of particularly the pee those. who know, for 'a manger At 1 p.m. wi1be\ the Minor The Pirates cored five runs and winning rum In the fifth Mann Ct r 0 a 0 wiiPted, tWIt In five Innings while I). llullnik OhHirnii U 0 II II II 8 0 e

i are very'unhappy or coach tn holler constantly at League all.star gibe and at 3 in the bottom of the second" tying on twj: errors, a wild pitch, anda Puluniba Itohhl" .P NilNnltilm 0 a a giving up lone hit, a single by nnhHkii ah IbH I 8 U a e

a pit ber. n'* Just somethingthat p.m. Is the Major League game It at 8.S on two hit huw- pnxsfd ball : IbMm 1 : A 0 Swansin In the third Rocky mmw-f nrii n tTou.li jllnlimr f : 0 :
em kids are really happens. If he doesn't holler at Talmadge Wells Field. Simultaneously men, two walk, an error, and Puff, who struck suit nine A"'h..r* mmI, If >a 5,5> 0 0 Johns pitched the' last frame tat 1 a I r

come what may they have at them eccaMonally. the on the Pony League a double by Robert Dix while walking seven wan' I ho I.ansly: .:':: u.II:1t: 0'a g :0: : the winner striking out Iwo n N.me. Menas5i C Vi St N. IIbl' '

$, Jn The managers, one in'Iular other parent jumps down his field. 1 Is the Senior Divhlon' The Giants regained the "kid winning pitcher Tot.l. 1e ''t\1 I INama IInd! walking three. Mash, as. I : : 0 a
I call him "Foghorn" hi file third lone maik 1.I..n. "IIIII. N. t 0 a 0 t,
neck And complains that he's contest. coring a Dmld' '
Donny Quinn win the loser In AI n H I hli Poff, the Cub' starter,
played ball In his life not keeping his boy on their Climaxing the afternoon will er on two walks, tn error, anda relief, fanning tw and walking ('Ially.llIn KII Jlillrowrr r a I 0 0 s IIIt. win charged with the defeat. HHmm"Inrret, :r. rll(y : I : : ,
and the 8 0 0 0
was toe*. AM, when'! he doe keep be a ladies' softball fame between fielder' choice, but the twe. Terry Emery stalled tut Jh r I 0'' 0 Puff fanned seven. and walked. tisvlsmn (5 A

got all their run bat on on' them' constantly' he hears little league mother 'hi Pirate! tuck the fend In the bottom the loser. Emery whiffed three Ptr lIvUnnn' ulh "P Ili, C I 0 V I 1N.v"n six while yielding one hit, Cmulnil (i'ulI>.'iUonts lIn. If lh!; II 2 no.: : j

'Was. Well the team at from people l like you. Just the all four divisions at I pm. Half it the third soiling (on and walked six.Store U 1 U ) UNvrr"u '* s : l'" C. a 0 ,
I 0
get* five run and the manager same ft imind like your boy Throughout the day, Little' Lei' an h'crfernce call, two walks, by Inning1Brw : M. 1I..w.. II' I II II Uai.lelnnSine Shore fcy Innings: st'rv.nn. lei of 0 8 u II n II I t

J Js worried, talking to the pitcher was doing the pitching and the gue Mothers' Auxiliary will be an error and single/ by Chuck (. Cf (.'t 1 U' n nTotal. eMn'l.rs Cubs 000 001 1 J 18 'nl.m II 4 0 (f.;

all the time! Meanwhile, the kid person to whom the manager was serving plate lunches" Including Deckei and Arthur FlitionThe 020 15 6 1 4 1. I: i' J a Driven 000 4flx- 4 1 tHutleilei -
itj pitching his heart out, getting cole slaw hot dogs Giants lied It at 7 7 in the PiritM 122 02 744
aiming all his comments. I baked beans, : rolf and Frusiuej Ea.U* 17 Panther tl

all rattled when things go would suggest, If you have no and cold drink. fourth when they scored a single and Bntferle- Emery I'off Quinn (4)), Cub S Tigers St Holland, John ((0)), and Brown; Ea.I's ((21)\) 18' rfPanlhnr .
Cuiterj and
1 wrong and even- bawling out his admiration for this manager, and Titusville' Little League all- marker" on a single by Peter ; Cogburn Kitty {6) 8 8 19 J VBatterici ,.
$ammntea. He, 1 Is ,completely. K )Declor ((3)) *. ,t/ The Cuh***edged! the Tigers "
Of course, your son plays on his star team will plead the Indian Kvitii.and! 'three u\pjrin bane Burt Score Box Score: : Collins (WI) D>1
uslrated All Stir for tM first Thby made It|tw-1 fburln : / OS In Illllif League actloit Friday Wlddom Smith]
by |
team, it's your perogatlre to re- River Cit; nnvn ; Undid ((1))1) )(.

The score was 22.5, his favor. move Mm from the squad This game of the area tournament three run In the fifth on an error Namn Ab n 11 eight to remain In a tie for RhU* vf V! n "" nbl'ePPUamw (1)I anal Loud, T. Smith, Loud

still will settle maybe both problem here July 22 and the Senior Division a single by Don Ifcmkca I.alll.n. : I I II l's necord place with the Lion, a 8 o ii Box StoreLperd:
"Foghorn" I Is going strong. your :; Putt 5' !
I Qnlno:I :: nr.-{ 'I I I 1
This xcratche the surface; and the manager' Otherwise will play Merritt Islandall flel tr': choice, and Evans' r = The Tiger took a 1-0 lead In Tmm"f,: Dl'f j :: a 1 Mash's ,
only J III.nk'n.hlp .
Ib I 0 0 I M..vlf'h/ a a NnmA Ab n n Rbi'
the point is clear and I sincerely complain to your commissioner .star July 22 at Merritt Island homer )).y 211 0 s 0 II the top of the third on two walk Monk MI I 0 Walker I,' 0 1 N a .

wish something 1 Is done about This type thing happens The Pirates tied it at 10.10 In Cu.ler Emery: r PiIsb I f V 0 e II a I and a two.base hit by Chuddork, :;tu-:.,'" He'Ili 5 I :0 i.:. 1 a 0 ii Alwdl.', I,1 3 10 I t J IH

this, I believe the kids really every year In baseball, it'* impossible All tournament game will bo the fifth scoring three run on a Powell 0Cowlle I however the Cub tied It at 11 (11.11. IS I 0 0 n Wl.dum f' II 4 I'
I f I 0 0
Tetsis' \I Wlndmn Ib I. 4
don't need a manager at all. The for a coach to satisfy his played it night. walk, two errors, another free ,asrnlun J.t I" 0 0 In (heir half of the mine frame .......In.. 1 1 JNama l'oll1no P II I
and double Robert Dix. To'' 'I. I' I 1 annLs on 14 walk ind three passedfarts AStt tiny M. 0 II 0 0nnnlelo
parents are trying to make a entire team, parents and the umpire pass a by M. I rr" n il'Yhuman / IIh' I' 0 5M"yse
he's The Pirates scored the winning 'H.m All n II nhl' !) The Tigers regained the l'aVh" I.r 1 a 0 IIh II 0 0Unnn.
contest out of this, M whoever' (Bear with him, try- 0 I
K. 1J..k.. ct, C I 0 0 1Hhors I
Natty ii c I"'f f lSIIw.IN
rune the show, please, a few Ing.) run In tho sixth on an CTrnr I 0 II .0 lend in the fourth coring a Hniinnf\\ h'I'l nt = Y g g It, I e I

FirecrackerCars a stolen base, an Infield out, 1I..lmRn P 2b a t.1. ss''Ise 0 sl'tf I lime marker on singles, by Hartman 10111,4 Hawn: Ili r.; lib I 10 I : g Inn' H'2b & ; : 05'arglnnl

and a passed bull Uh sCIrllan And GlIrhrlM A...... 51 e II 0 n 'I'nl." 1IJ'1: t "
Fast Pitch City Softball League Robert Dix was tho pitching Ne r r : : Johns. H 0 .0 0 0 I'.slh.n
Envarl IM1 1 Cub took the lend back (' r', 1 Nssa" Ab ft n nhr.Mrl'armlrh .
( C I I I IIr. : 'i.lb: I 1 1 :
I duel winner He struck out .bu.n T
a.de r. :: crf( I 1 X X1I".m.ny agam, In their! half of the fourth Tutala l /W4 I 4 1-nil; ,. i' b.t & f : I II.nllol
four and walked nine in posting Puel. ; e /1 n. I III .Cawaon 0 0 1 1
Elects 10 Man All-Star Team Ready Ili I 0 0 Ir' on a Walk and singles! by Pelham League I 4
his wend win of the season In'ker lit I 0 0Tull. and Putcli Tenancy, going ahead Saturday k b'Jh, 1' Of & : 1TI
19 7 4 7
iffftinst I (in*;)* defeat OriolesAeore t nr wr I I

Tftuaville Recreation Depart- the remaining four coaches, A problem that would puzzle Tommy Hawk, Who pitched Little League 31 I by Jnnenllil TI ",nlth ab. 1b C. III 0 t 1 0 0TMmilr i

ment' rlow pitch city Softball George Walters, Colonial, Grady a Solomon of the racing game the rest" frame fnr the Giants, was Scorn by Innings: Orioles II] BJtHuwks 1 1Pulim r .11 s. ; i: J I '

league has selected. a 20 man all- Ostecn, Scottsmoor; Bob Chamberlain will be naming: the best all- charged with! the defeat Pete Lion 2: Bears 1 Tiger 001 103 5 I 3 ((22) 22 Oil

star team to meet the league's/ McDonnell; Dale Kopp, around team of cars and driver Evan alerted for the losers, pitching The Lions, led by the combined Cub 001 23x fl 4 2utttr'I'I Unit ilea: Monk (w) and Hun U Tlg.rs 10

leading team around July 12 at Autonetlcs; and Bob Wtldrop, entered in the sixth running of five Innings and' striking { one.hit pitching of Tommy : Frimire, Tourney ray; Iliglvr ((1)I), j. Spivey ((1)I), Tigers 1122 10 01:

Sand Point, according to Jack Jaycees. the "Firecracker 400" at Daytona out six and walking nine. Slrenth end Stanley Everttt, ((6)), and Street, Poff ((8)); Page Burn ((1)I ), and Garner Leapor: 4941( 1144

Miller, Recreation Director. Miner aid they would eifh..rplay International Speedway on Score by Innings: edged lie Bears 2.1 1 In Little League and GllitirUt Box Score: flatteries: Criger (w) and.

All five teams have representatives a double header er a nine July 4.The Giants 231' 130-1077 Friday evening Box Store1, : ,;J'" *vTlim. ".u.. '.pN. i +' 'e 4. n' if r'Rbr.: ,"ltnfly, Swope ((1)I) and Slump

on the squad including Inning game. Ray Nichols team will Piratrs 052 031 11 9 S The Lion took en early 1.0 N.alw,. AN. n n nwIII. .. H.t.T..:""I"rJ ., P 0 I a .a a ]set Score:
Selected to McDon
players from McDonnell, Autonetuf represent tend out two Dodges, driven by Batteries: Dlx and Puff; l"ad In the opening frame on a 551.lh.rh' tt H.a a'haluea 0,55.5' 0. I a TliwtHnilnliih
nell' team Is Bob Palm, Bob t Na a I' II..... f' I a I 1 Nom. AS n n R 14
Colonial, Scottsmoor and Isaac and Evnns, Hawk (6) and Smith wfilk, a passed bull and an error I I (0 e ASwap"
A. J. Foyt and Bobby IIh..d. M 1 0 0 0 1"11I11 0 4
Jaycees Cochran, Eddie'Ushiro and Bob Plymouth in the hand of Paul Box Score: but the Bear tied the game I'u.. P a I 0 II ::. : rv.Ib f 1, : tI P 11 0 i
Chamberlain Autonctics T L. a 1I".hllltfl 81\ H I I : Ii:nnn.5 8b s IbPaiih : I : t
; lone V t
The team which will play the Goldsmith. That would seem Ulean. at I-J 1 when they scored a / "/hrlm C a s I I 'sells Ys 0Y I Jh

all stars has not been decided Hudgens, L. Granpre, L. Swan- near unbeatable trio, combining Name ..AbI Is Jlbl' masker m the fourth on three Martin>itt.i.nl ibl I I U II 0 ,. ; .rn'" ( a I : I Allrgoas MA'.nhr .Ca 1 ,\ : J ,

ton, Steve Shawskl; Colonial, u it does the double Indy 500 1I.00'lul'l hale Necks Sb a. e a a u II 0 I I walk and a double by Nettles ll.rrl. 'ttt' f I I a : sh.r/alas/ lit n 0 0 ATulaht : I t : : 2
and will not be positive mtil Jack! Miller, Ray Futch, Charlie The Lion scored the winning r.d.w.unu.r:: lit J) : : : ...a I 1 5 (< hm .U Iflnrr '
champ, one of the most promising Autln, kf n U 0 0 Total. H. : :lt t ( f 1 : :
next week McDonnell. Is presently Moon' and Dave Charron; NASCAR drivers In Hawk L'. P SilO' marker In the fifth on two walk, ewAIJ Mama A's, n II IIbl'. Illnmin,. .IK
young N.me .Ab n If 'hl' Pail.mw g. AMnnb 0 Tul. 1\ \II 0 a0hny.rA.
leading the league With 1 Sfoctsnwjr, Gene Stone, Grady Isaac[ and the hardest charger of 741.,,. ct I 0 1 1 a sacrifice by Tommy Strenth, Kin* IfMurnvtib .. P 0 b nM.nnlg '

wino and 2 losses while Colonial. Oste+n, Jim Amos, and Fred them[ all In Goldsmith. t-kb"c;. lit : : Un 1 I MIl Mark Hoffman' gime-winning Puff Mb CKr.nuT. Tf Y 0 a a w 6b 0 a J aslumlhM 0Murree I KIM Nil' \mil ntMurriy All I 1 n It 8 Rhl.0 ...

T 3 Shuts and Jaycees. Wayne Homkfl Ire. U J 2 I 0 P, 2h 0 r I 'f eUhnh CfWnrlli I 0 U 1
i I. in second. place with a record ; single, I : t t tI..kln. I
But, look at the Ford team of "Ioka 21 >a> I I 0 Tum r all r a I 0 III. eh U 'k ('I I I 0 0I.undy
only one.half game behind. Brawn, Don Heacock, Tom Montgomery Holman-Moody, Fred LoretuKn, Mara slaws. Ib I 0 II u Everett who worked the lust ."', Sit I II II II Lf 0 e 0 I P 1 1 0 0
Toms 26 III 7 10 Nw.nrml eh I 0 5 AMw.na ('sinian" If nJhnmm IIlIn..n. S. I 1 0 a
Coaching the all-stars will be and Glenn McMasters. this ."a'.. three framer on the mound was : 0 :
winmr of ilx rice In a row / HfIVIhMH I 0 e 0 81 1f'D 0 :
__I Nm Ah H It Itlil. rg.t: : t
He wlffwl three KfiKrrft I II II a b 5
I season; Marvin Paunch, former C. Heekee. Cf a 2 1 4 the whiner f I I 0 0 :;:: Aannn.lb I r II aTough
Daytona 500 winner, Junior Join rnyirt Ib 4 II Itint I and wulked three Tommy Monk 1'1II' 0 II 0 .: :;dnIW : 3 : r / J.t 0 A 0 III.
P I 0 J 1 I" I 0 ...nk........' nt N II II ITot.la ....."., 2b e a 0 I
son,; ill-time NASCAR great h.rr c 2 a 0 I Strenth pitched tfrltnn *. a 1 I ex --- ----_ .-.!! ..!_. ____ .... .-. .__..
i FENCES : plus and Ned Johnny Jarrett Rutherford, Bobby ,John the :urns2b i s 0 a --

FoOl.. sir 0 I 0 0
rorctrorrei... USAC who joined the Ford team IIn..m. nt I I 1 0
i M.,. Hf 0 0 0 0
when Foyt twitched to Dodge/ m..i. nf 1 0 0 0 NO YEAR'S WAIT
-- Thaf a tremendous line-up, rultxr" Lf 0 I a 0
k. f>.,..... U r 1roliUi 0
but what about the two-man Lee 22 II it

Petty Plymouth team of Richard ''g
and Jim Paschal Senior League
01 DECOIITIU... Petty FOR :
With the Mercuryt said to be Pirates 7 Brawls 1 I

faster than the Fords at
running The Pirate, led by Kenny

OALir_ orerr2waoILD the moment* combination, what about of Duel BudMoore' Poff, who' hurled onehlttiri THIS HIGHER RATE

__ banged out a pair> of hit,
Dieringer and Billy Wader And
Wr11 downed. the Braves 7-6 In Senior rf
who 1 II rash enough to overlook
League action Friday evening.
I : tie team of Buck Baker and Lee After the Pirate hid taken I.0lead S I Saving left by the 10th of any month earn from the ;

Roy Yarbrough that will carry In the frame ontwo 1st Saving Insured! up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband i
f Ray Fa.'. Dodge) colon? and wife) FSLIC of the U S.
by a
permanent agency ;
tingle Ken
: When yarn' llle1dinc a fence till Carden Redwoo -. With such tin and driver walks and a by
,nn" /\ "" Government. rr
I .L'U Iratedal! that II beau0M MbIt and. aethabla Itanona running In the Firecracker It 1* ny Poff, the Braves took Over ft1 V D

! C:=4 b1 Garden RecniII! all 1M JOI IIIDMY, bg Come lit man wonder tint most expert In the top half of the second on r i

AaocIAT'OIt; for details Htstimta.PANNING believe that an avenge speedof two walk, an error, and a pair j
I I 169 mile per hoar ar better, -I :First Ft raS'a1ing\ $

I wiU be needed to win the 180 'lap I' )( 100M' Current Dividend

; LUMBER CO. battle on the 2.5 mile speedway Rate

Time trial on Thursday, July TWfN( TOWERS l CompoundedSemi Annually LoajuAMOclotlon, of TItusvllU :

NEW U. S.1 SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY 2, will determine the pole position !RENTAL APARTMENTS Downtown Office Branch Office .

and two 30-mile race on I Open S lo 3 Dilly, Alto 4 to 7 Friday Washington at Male ItS N. Coquina :
PHONE 287-1885 Friday, July 3. will settle the I I
order of start I


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ter) jets hand out' from Jane Lanark .* Xi
II Chapter of Bet Sigma Phi closed out the "lif.1 CREST BISMOL 43
with a swim party June 15th at the home of Toothpaste
White.Indian Rive City. Special guest were 46c S9c SIZE,
members, Ann Lyle} and Mary Jane, Demote
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I\ ''Col. Tarkingfon Takes Over I ** Fertsble Covered TENNIS SIMILAC 19cFORMULA Quinsana

: New President Of NASCDD .... .... RACKET 27c VALUEALUMINUM FOOT
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W, Tarklngton, Florida's State NASCDD Advisor Committee $ C99 "Royal Court" FOAM I
Chris Defense Director, takes to IDs Public Tarkinxton Health Service.Colon'1 Joined.the _leather 6.ply grip wood, 4 .e 26c

over M President of the National .
i Florida State Civil Defense Nylon strung. FOIL WRAP 31c VALUE
Association' of State Civil Defense Agency in December 1934 as ,
Directors (NASCDD (The State Disaster Relief Coordinator
NASCDD Membership Includes he developed Florida's first RINSE
State and Territorial Civil Defense State Operational Survival Plans
and Natural Disaster Plan and PAPER CUPS VSUNGLASSES
established the organization for AWAY 77
Prior to his election as Preil- the emergency Implementation TiDY
dent, he served In the Association of these plane 10077c s
as Presidentelect, Region .
Ho is member of the Florida
III Vice President, Chairman of a I DeodoraatIloll.dn
Nuclear Development Commission
\ l I
the Federal Financial Assistance
Vice Chairman, Florida Resources ;
Planning Committee; For men,viomen, chIldren )) SPA ofStck
and Chairman of the State Civil 't145 ( jype MEXSANA S
f Pasture Owners
Defense Program Coordinating I 980 Cy"I) h=
Committee A graduate of the HEAT
OfTrespassers National Civil Defense Staff College
Complain "Operations" and "Local .:/ #L\ 5 C
Government in Emergencies," /I.. ."", \ Mony Delkious Flayors! POWDER
his varied activities have given ,
If w. Are* >'' I, 89c SIZE
him the name of "Mr Civil Defense. N
." Y THE Not Filling
t Several local pasture owners Tarklngton Is a graduate of THE FlAG 4th I Your; SOMINEX TABLETSFor 23
have ported that young boys Bailey Military Institute, Green Prescription

have been entering and running their proper.their wood, S. C. and The Citadel with You Losing Ate SAFE sleep without barbiturates Pack of 18................. IVORY SOAP
ty recently a degree/ In Physics

finding alodchave gates. left open also by reported these He,as entered Second the Lieutenant military of service Infantry 3 x 5 U. Flag 99 C / Money 1 .. fllka-Seltzer 89C Vaseline c
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trespassers ,'United States Army, and ", ,.. .. !! 37' I 69 4 Bars 19CMOTOR

Police Chief W. 'T. Drown said retired In 1934 as his Colonel, Artil- r'- Tan SatelylCoppertolle' Fast relief f! 2S'i ,,,,,?,.__ White petroleum | llyl Ib..
lerDuring thirty-six zri.
ho his instructed: the police
force to watch closely for anyone years;of military service, he served ,'
entering these pastures He 1 ill various commands and .I' : BLUE JAY Corn Plasters IC 43c
also stated that anyone enteringthe staff positions, both statesideand II: \ (OIL or LOTlOff :;: _.
pastures without the owners overseas In World War II !

consent and will are be prosecuted guilty of trespassing accordingto he Regiment commanded, Philliplno the 81st Army Artillery, In >,' : ize" Slim Mint Gum OIL

law action igalnst the Japanese onMlndallJIJ SOLARCAINE891 00 \;P. I. E calorie !Vfi V M
'at ????
IIj Is a graduate of the Infantry .I It.1.
Negro ChargedIn Artillery School, and the 30 Wt. 99CGallon
Commend and General Staff Foam ityrene- GLASS CLEANER
Cutlrge. A member of the holds about 34quarts. ) 37c
Shooting Third U. S. Army Advisory ..,
Committee Past Chnpter Commander Sturdy ? 411 SASCO-lOc OFFI 15-ox. aerosol. can,...................
and Past State Commander
t Kneavl I "Kitts,, 39, pf 1021 Second \ rr
of the Military Orderof
t Ave:: hns been charged With the Wars. g I 100 BONDWARE "::, NUVEl i. CAR WASH
-ault with Intent to commit
From 1950 to retirement In
murder In connection with a 1954, Colonel Tarkington commanded PAPER PLATES SANITARYNAPKINS rBAND.AID
shooting/ Sunday night. the Florida Military BRUSH
1-09 Seller. 8,Inch .
Shot In the left hand with a District C "
shot Run was Jerome Welch, 33, Decorations Include: Silver china while-for a 79 (PLASTIC STRIPS
of 1014 Second Ave, In a fracas Star with Oak Lest Cluster, Pun dishwasher'holiday!._._ FOLDING .
Mercurochromtd 1.29
Box of 40 or
at KltU home. pie Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster, SSc
Kilts was apprehended Mon and Legion of Merit BAYER Lawn Rocker l. 1.29 Value93c l /" plain pads VALUE
Colont'Tarkington\ married .
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day' morning having fled the Ztlla Munro of Tacoma Washington Tubular aluminum' I >
scene following the shooting the In 1923 and they reside ASPIRIN Sturdy! r"1.
nlliht before, by the Titusville at 3144 Bcldcn Circle, Jackson Roomy! <1 1t
and Lt. 1
Police Department
Speedy DeWitt of the Sheriffs ville. = \. RITCLOTHES i
Department, who Investigated Card Thanks BOTTLE 100 : t
the Incident. 47c:4
79c Site I IPin. DYE :
IgfestUating officers said apparently I would like to thank the many
Welch was shot with- friends for the kindness shown
ouCjvarnlng Bond for Kills has during the passing of my husband
been Let at $2300 Doth Kitts and ', Dnrman E. Cox. Fed Tu on ToilfulLuUM, ..Billfold, ,Ckxkl. WncKn,Md Jmlir.SAY ? REG. >
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Cherry Self Record AI Valkarla _

i Dick Cherry hike t hew for iMik ilimlnatet by" lOQ
track record at Valkaria lust 427 Chevrolet while Mike
6tarAdvocate.Sports Lutj-: ::
weekend and K M. LchmannMm
< tt Geneva for about the won II Stock automatic ;;

,. fifteenth eon-wofullve tlmo aseight 1984 Ford. Lehman in In1 --
Tltnsvtlh boy brought (}aM'r who has never :.

NEWS AND VIEWS t hem clans trophies during the'Hk.e.c1 tested "it Geneva, racked: UP hWfiffepnth '- ::

drag straight vtetorf. 3T .. .
r 1r
Cherry driving a 1964 Cor Mild Cakmatt and hi* 196.-*

vets Sting\! say beat nil Sling Thunder, Fairlnne Ford defeated --.

Ray MI to ravk! phis "'I'AttreIIn puts. Tiickei 1P(3 Alltmimll11, .

{ Iff tle League All-Star AC Ovfcra am t setting a new Chevrolet three out of live sane

tlanfte* bale re* rd of 1183 in the (p{Rimlfi match.V .
breaking fntlrt isle tcvml' .
\ iiiiiine top eliminator it' Val -
JH years axe by: "Don Girt of Lake
: .i Worth' Lyle truth, Valkaria karl wan Brownie Crto of Ott.hmlo .: .

K Track Manager, aNd Cneitv't!\ hi a Chevy powered -
On 4th .. AA Dragster, turning (181( Ut-- -.
Hopefuls Chosen air fiIMIT .attt the 7ett''' rank ..
tin Eliminator, Jim Mrrls, VefcJ
\ ,nw m fMili'i Highest. : in A
Heath In ft Flathcnd' Ford, Model, -
4t Sports competition
A N fjfcJnmdalei for Senior and MiJor said the athletes Detected by This tl Tintsvltfe' cenhcl yen -'-" --' Alma wine Hf at Valkaria was Elim;n'ttor, Buddy Jones, Miami*

Wvlalon) all liar team, chosenWrepresent their mswager' aa all.star os.slbilillel" as a tanrHtoned orffanlzatlon, RECEIVES TROPHIFS jerry Smith; CnunrMen'N' Bowling Association's Annual Bob Whiting In a D Gas Chevrt- 4:*. Plymouth, 11,ir>; MM.II. U:

Titusville in the will be announced, but It VMir r be the Senior Dlvl.aion's (second from right) of Fan Gale is shown Tournament at Gateway last March. let M!; Camino; and an II Gas 51 Stock, Eliminator: White Tort ':

are} 'blayoffn, will be announced however, the final member of first year is an entry into receiving his 300 Club Trl| hy" from Also pictured is Bob Miner, President of Chevrolet undo, Mmmi, D Stork automatic +

Saturday during the Little Lea- the allitar team will not be released the area playoffs Last year the Bert McNcstcr, Area lioprescntative for the County Association, and Ray Toma- At Geneva De-lion Pontmcl Flymotith; and Little Stock '.*.

gu ;<; I*Annual Jury 4th Celebra- until after July t. About LL all.star were defeated In Brunswick last week at Gateway Lanes sello, Manager of Gateway Lanes.-(S-A 1804 QTO took D Stock class Eliminator, I Stocky 1811I Chevrolrt :

tie*' II Sand Point.7.yCamptell 2$ or 30 player will be chosen their first game of the district by per perfect game during the BrevardtWlNTdWERS Photo). led wit edged by two length Orlando '*

president of the far tryouts then eliminated to Cocoa, 1.0 In Jacksonville, :

crfonUallon'l board of director 15 regular and one alternate If the local teams win in the

'rte vanre area tournament to the district, they, then will the ad Teams Battle For First Place I I IBy

state playftff, whfch for the ...
will be at St
major division e
!0t Hmfce of parsed balls, However, the innings for the winner holding
Your slon Petersbarand at Jacksonville.i I. Senlaf DM- League Pirates went ahead 3.2 with two the Boon liitless and leort'll'sS. Littlo League Saturday League :

1 Senior run in their half of the second aremn fanned IIh white' walk Stivers 4 Cubs I B.b iti 4 W ap.rinq Hills I a

Winners of the state tournament Pirattt If Glanta 10 tl a walk! and singles( by Puff, log two and hitting one Kevin Steve Holland with Score by Innings: :
enter the Southeastern Regional relict help
2 Cents Boh Cogburn, and Allan Dos- Robhlns wa* charged with the Wildcat 001
Wed Giant from no-12 3 :
Tournament, then the The Pirate, by a Rocky Johns, pitched *
Little League World Series in error and pawed ball In the merry defeat. Rtnhtns pitched'' a two- one hit shutout and, led the Bobcats <020 2x 408 0

Willlamspnrt, Pa., the last of final frame, edged the Giants The Pirates widened their luttir striking out seven and Heavers' to 4.1 win' over the Batteries' : Bnxley (w) and &J i
Worth"basic lead with (Iwo run In the thirdon walking five. Cub MiDanlH' : Brown ((1)I), Watson
August. All of tho tourneys are 1110) In Senior Loop action Sntuidoy In Little League! Wedne*
fair walks and a passed ball ((2)), and DUI dlrll"
single elimination with the losing moining. Store by Innhnts-: day night Brown ((2)) I.
making it 8 2. The Score
team dropping after the first The Giant took a 20 lead in Boars 000100-113 All' four of 'use' Beavers run : ;,
r18SL*- -- loss, the first frame An two walks, The Brave made it 5.' with O'lldrN.
Lions 100 Olx 2 2 2Jallpripl came In the fourth home Icepimxlblo -*- gams' AD n
LETTERS TO THE SPORTS EDITOR I a run In the fourth Iwo II Rhlt
Sand Point Saturday baseball an error, and Peter Evans' cm Strenth for tlm C w -
: Everett: ((4)) runs were IliiiKlc WaT, ?,? .' e II 0
activities will get underway at double, then widened the mar walk; a stolen base, and i wild and Everett, Strenth ((4); Robbins by Cnrdrtinl, three errnin, Hiwmnii* ('f 0 I 0 0 0 0 U 0

..slr: adjustments will go a long 10 a.m. with the Saturday League Kin to 5.0 with three runs in the pitch and then took the lead in and Eggrrs, and three walks All were unearned 5.Mean n'ItIIn.'l.t cor 1' a u o

*> is becoming quite notice. way. Blue and Gray game Playersfor second on a walk, a fleldin the fifth scoring three runs cm Box Stoic( : The Cub scored lit alnM.. V" 1 II Y n

that if a baseball team TLS the inter.league all.star choice, twe error, a two base hit three errors, a walk, and single ass.. due sixth via Walker, HAlmn"11. 211 Ib C I II 0 0 0 1 0

or Is losing, which their Sports Editor's comment: It teams are chosen by the manager by Stan Sotako! and I ingle by by Dnnny Quinn, Name, Ab n it KM. Holland In tIud". MIl I' R S
lv pontlnif the nrnwn
stwand' JhW a U II a II"aprf'l"Ii P r 0
ng child plays on, the par is not considered ethical among *. Bill Mixson. The Pirate scored the tying bggn:. CI'avie A a a 1 win, struck out eleven and M Hllllork:.. Vf f 0 I 1

of particularly the pee those who know, for :a mangeror At 1 pm. will be the Minor The Pirate scared five runs and winning runs in the firth M..n. rt 8 II Y a walked IWfll" five Inning while P nulls. IIlItlnrk? Bb 0 0 II II 0 R 0 011srs

are very'unhappy coach tel holler constantly ata League all.star gabe and at t hi' the bottom of the second, tying on two errors, a wild pitch, and U."loln. P >D> I CI II giving a kino hit ,s" I I II 0
I'o""nloo 55 a II II a tingle by 150555 10
eve kids are really babies, pitcher K't Just something p.m, Is the Major League game It at 5.S on Iwo hit basemen a passed ball. N.U.I.. 110 a i t Swanson In tho third Rocky TotX"1Mn.tV'11).I llf r : g a
that fiappen If he doesn holler Wells Field. Simultaneously two walks an error anda Puff MIII l'unn.l L' I U 0 IIAI'eb. 11 1 I 1
have at Talmadge who struck out nine ., Lf I II II al'laudhm /ohM. pitched the lust frame fop Mnl'esl. t
come what may they in at dim occasionally, the on the Pony League douWe by Robert Dix while walking seven was the I.sugiy: \ lit eat g I"' : : : the winner< striking out twit Nums Al : : RM'i
tle The managers, one 0
other down his the Senior DI"lon'lcontest. The Giants the "lead rei
parent jumps field is regained winning pitcher 1'.1,1. 19 ,1 I I and walking three!, )us, 1 5 a
:ular, I call him "Foghorn"ever he's l.lna. H .lima I g : : t,
neck and complains that In the third scoring a lone marker David Puff ,
ball in his life. bunny Quinn was the loser In Nnna All It It I1hl' the Cub' starter llanlfy a
'!:core played was 22.0 and the not keeping Ms boy on their Climaxing the afternoon will on two walks, an error, and relief, fanning.. tw* and walking (''er111sm'b:' >a> 1 a tI IIi ww charged With the defeat CtlliniHi ibnmrmt Cf A j : :

toe*. AM, when! he docs keep be a ladies' soft bill fame between t fielder' choice, but the twit. Terry Emery: started for lln-wrr ahHlnnlh I Puff fanned seven and walked "."".n. ("1 II 1 0 II II 1 0 I ,

team Well got the all their team runs at bat on on'' them constantly, he hears little league mothers Mall Pirate took the lead In the bottom the fusers Emery whiffed three i I'IbN CMoffmnn i i i Ibl while yielding one hit, Car (IH'lllanis'nnklln.: Lf 550 I 1 : : i

'w s.j from people!' tike you. Just the four divisions at I pm. half of the third arming on and walked six.Score <.vi.n lot I II CI 0KvONal uto.l's nuel( In the'fourth. H, M""u'' Lt 1 0 II a ,
'get,1 : I', r, >I> 11 I 0
the .
five runs and managerIs same It sounds' like your boy Throughout the diy LMtte' League an interfernce Fall, two walks, nf 0 0 II 1
M. Ire.w.rt >1> 11 ii I 0 Score fcy Innings Mrsss 111 R 1--
Worried by Innings : II I 1
i talking to the pitcher was doing! file pitching and the Mothers' Auxiliary will be an error, and singles by ChuckDecker : Il.h'Inellns. IMnnlxri 1 0 0 I II Cubit Talsls 12 4 U 5 1'nf.
all the time, the kid Brsvei cfTululi : : : 000 001 lIS
Meanwhile :
020 15 -8 1 4 -
person to "'hlll'lthe monager was serving plate lunches, Mctndhif and Arthur Fittion 1 Braver' _
i*:pitching his heart out, get aiming all Ms' comments I baked beans, cole slaw !tot dog The Giants tied it at 7.7 in the Pirates 122 02 744 HdtterlM: Poff 000 and 40x 4 1 t Eagle 17 Panther* II ,

ting all and rattled even when bawling things out his go would suggest, If you have no and cold drinks fourth when they scored a slnKlo and Batteries: CusTer: Emory I'off and, Quinn ((4)) Cub 6 Tigers S Holland, Johns ((6)), and Framnej Brown.; Fail.s ((21)) 8 .... II' i i 0
"M-ong ; Cogburn
admiration for this manager, and Titusvllle't Little League<< all marker an a single by Peter *' Kelly U) Panthci 8 B U :I 13-
fiiummitoi\ He K. Decker !
iscompletely .4'
Thc Cubs edged the Tillers
bf course, your son plays on his star team will meet the Indian Evans..and tKrpo_sloJcn( ..baHtsK Score Box Score: Batteries: Collinw( ) IX
frustrated. team, it's your perogatlre to re River Cit) All.Stan IM tbd first The, made it 10.7 by atorinf : IlMres ((15 In J.ltlltl'PIIIIO action Frl .._. Tilda Wisdom, Lrndle ((1)I), R Smith,

| The score was 22-5, his favor.Foghorn" move Mvn from the squad. This game of the ire tournament three run In the fifth on an es' Noma Ab n ir "bl' 'day flight to remain In a tie for (-i>,lmr. If ASh t n/ s1 iihit ((1), amt I. nid, T. Smith, Loud
f' i II still going strong will settle maybe both your pro here July 22 and the Senior Dl rot, a single by Don Hemkea 1101 i
This only scratches the surface; bTemnd the manager' Other vision will play Merrltt Island fielder choice and Evans quit lllanki-nHhlp' / 'n 1k r I nil tv I; Tho Titters took a 1 1.0 heal in ,, r0 I : : 0M.rovl.h PalsNnniA ... .E
all.stars July 22 at Merrltt Island homer. Ib 8 0 the top of the third on two walk lT I 0 a s : uaAw.il r 11 S I'
the point is clear and I sincerely wise, complain to your com mis Cumin'fFmiry I e a 0 0 Mash IfII 8 II 0 Walker I.f
The Pirate Med at 10.10 In e u U 0 and two.huso hit by Chudclork, Pelham' I Ito ( I I,1 I
it a
wish something Is done about sinner This type thing happens P. flhI'ownll I 0 0 1 sea n.un 55, I :: 1 a ('s:Alin: n.n J I f I
this,. I believe the kids really every year in baseball, it* impossible All tournament games will be the fifth' aenrtaft/ three run on a htOOWHU : 1 a I lioufivor Uiu Cub tied It at I 11 I alab-i, ... I.a n o w4dan CIt a. .

don't need a manager at all. The for a coach to satisfy his played at night walk, two' error, another free 1CBovnlon ltTiilala 1 0 0s(1 0 In their half of the same frame TII"t" Marro 711. I J I tbinns,wlxdun' P 'b J : : J

parents are trying to make a entire teRm, parents and the umpire pan and a double by Robert Dix. 1'1'...IN.. a 1 C on 14 walks and three pained\ IIhll"'lII Noma M. All II a ably I'nnl"IS use' Ka :II" 0 I II 0 0

contest out of this, so whoever (Bear with him, he's try The Pirates scored the winning Name Ab n II ably halls. The Tigers regained the 1"111" I.' 8 1 0 0 II 0 I M"vie lily a U a aI
K. U"'ker cr, C 1 e U IIfho" lend in the fourth xslly ah, C >D> 0 0\ ,"''''. I'SllvsaSA i I
runs the show, please, a few lag) run In thu sixth on an error 1 0 U n1pIr.y .. scoring/ a /1"II.n', nt tl I 0 0 0 II' I n a
FirecrackerCars a stolen base, an infield out, n2h :2 I a IIllsloo loiir marker on singles by Hartman wn'wn (', ab 8' 0 0 I..n. N' 1 8 0 Il'andhinl25

Fast Pitch Softball and a panned 1 bull = a a= I and Gi'rhrlnt As.a 1015'4: tit 21, 5>I> II I II 0 o 0seAa'ah Tnisrs'' ,X'21" I at
League "sea I IKnv.rt
Robert Dix tho 0 tl 1'sslhns
was pitching
: Ib 1 1 0 0 Cubs took the lend hack (' C't S 1 1 a "Puma' Ab It n "bl'
I duel winner, He struck out ('ngburn C 1 1 1 s54as Tsvls. Ib 1 0 II M..C..mh.k ('r 1 5 ULandis
('rr t I 1 Z again In their half of the fourth Toc., 11I1 4 I a l I', Iii 0I.n"d ,
fast and walked nine' in posting Paster J : :: (,, Ih IO: a I t anwnn
Elects 10 Man All-Star Team ReadyA his wcend win of the season (1I..n.ny'/ Il.rkre Ito lit SLittle 1 t 1 n a II nTntsla 1 on and a Butrh Walk and single by Ptlham ahead Saturday League ft'irb' P ; 0'hr.NlIIII o
Tonmry, going
ffftinit t single defeat 10 1 4 1 Hawk 22 OrloU.ficcirc t 'I
T.!tusville Recreation Depart the remaining four coaches, Tommy Hawk who pitchedthe 3 I. by Innings: Ib, C, 155 U a a1'ull.r
problem that would puzzlea .b e I II 1mVI"p
merit's rlow pitch city Softball George; Walter, Colonial, Orady r League Oilolc-s,. i III 0.
Solomon of the racing game last frame for the Giants, was Score by Innings: B 1 I ; : ynlsli .1"L'.pord
league has selected a 20 man all Osteen, Scotttmoor; Bob Cham- will be naming the best all- charged with the defeat Pete .' Lions 2 Bases 1 Tiger 0111103-513 Hawk ((22)) 220 1 D 1

star team to meet the league berlain, McDonnell; Dale Kopp, around team of cars and driver Evan started for the losers, pitching The Lion, led by the combined Cubs 001 23x 642 Bait.'ries! : Monk (w) and Murray 11 Tig ro 1.

lending team around July 12 at Autunetlcs; and Bob Waldrop, entered In the sixth running of five Innings/ and striking one.hit pitching of Tommy Buttcr'cs' : Framue, Tourney Hauler (I 1)), J, Splvey ((1)I), Tigers 1522.I60Ieapordo :

Sand Pbint, according to Jack Javcect the Firecracker 400" at Daytona out six and walking nine. SIrcnth and Stanley Everett, ((6), and Sheet, Puff (0)( ), Pegs Burn (11)I ), and Garner 4U 3 11 44'

Miller, Recreation Director, Miller Mid they would either International Speedway on Score by Innings.: edged lie Bear 2.1 1 in Little League and Glldiridt Box Score: Batteries: T, Crall'r (w) and.

All five teams have representatives play i double header er a nine July 4.The Giants 231' 130 10 7 7 Friday evening Box Score: ... ,'* k'tarH1' 'II ur+vo55in'lr''lnr1 ,Iunlfy; Swnpe ((1)) and Slump

on the squad including Inning game Ray Nichels team will Pirates 052031: 11 5 8 The Lions took an early 1.0 IIInlh' rlrs r. :Mslvey I 'p 1 : : = lint Store:
McDonntll Ah It n
Selected to represent 111It.
players from McDonnell, Auton send out two Dodges, driven by Batteries: Dix and Poff, l bead In the opening frame on a Mllhars tt a c. s 0 ",.n. P II 1 0 TI....
erica Colonial, Scotttmoor and team is Bob Palm, Bob Evans walk parsed ball, and an error l'halnslk' as I II 1 I (1I.n" C! I 7 1 1 5N1ump' Aub 4 e Re" 1'4Hoi'iph
A. J. Foyt and Bobby Isaac, anda Hawk ((6)), and Smith a Rhodes. 51 Is 5 I'
Jaycees. Cochran, Eddie Ushiro and Bob Plymouth in the hands of Paul Box Score: hut the Bears tied tho name a'a R. P I IILrtelal : : : II, :;rv.Ib f I : II '., 1 1P5I"h
I I a alill.hrlsr ,. ,
Chamberlain; Autonetics, T, L. 11II H I :Iielan.: a 8b III 1 0
The team which will play the Goldsmith. That would seem a 111000'0 at 1 I-I when they scored a lone C 0 0 I 1 I'rllS. 1 t a I 21. 1 It 1

all.stars has not been decidedand Hudgens Bteve, L. Shawskl Granpre, L Colonial Swan- near unbeatable trio, combining 11.1.N.m Ifnmko AbYb n II Rh'aA / mark In the fourth on three Martin I..nt". .11 1'f 1 a 1 I 0 U 0 SNarrls T.NasA Igs5n5d: IA t1f = f : 1 AIk1n Its Pe 1 0 : aMvl'anhr 1 I i
son, as it does the double Indy KM M,('rur. alt >> 0 I walks end a double by Nettles. let I I 0 0 5b.r/dsn/ Sit 'II 0 0 sits iii 1 i 1\ al'hsusls
will not be positive until Jack: Miller, Ray Futch, Charlie 1tv.n. P 1 .0 0 5 l .,""...11.<1.' Ri 0 0 aTolls T,4 1 5 I 5 I.r I II R 1Isrrsll
champ, one of the most promising 4 s 1 The Lion scored the winning 21 I I I R..... ( ('r 1 I 1i 1\ eIllw'n
next week McDonnell Is presently Moon and Dave Charron, Aualln Kf II 0 0 U "' .m" Ab II It IIhl' Ilr I 0TuU4
drivers In walks
young NASCAR Hawk LP S II e I marker In the fifth on two( sesAb i I :
the With Twin Sc-fXtSiTKirH1, Gene Stone, Grady Ml..im tf I n Nam II II PM's" 1'.ri.mw Its : a : II I 10
leading league 1 1
Isaac and the hardest charger of Mitriih cLankfiril a sacrifice by Tommy Slrrnth, Mina I.r 8 a a 1 1Msnrvlrh M.nk P 8' hMasr.sNoma
and 2 losses while Colonial' Meen, Jim Amos, and Fred Goldsmith IKI 1 a 1 1 .winning f'r a U U 0 M.nnln.2b 0 8 II Ah r 11 0551'11

them all in and Mark Hoffman' game ,.,
Mar V .
Pnrf Its, C I I U 0 II a II em Mi44 Itt 1 IM'rrsy
is in second with a 7.S record Shut; and Jaycees, Wayne > H mk. Hf, Lf I D 1 05uraks .1'NIM' .. ('f 1
place But single. !. Pn.w. I' 24 1 1 II 1Uhotb ('r 1 I 0 a t
look at the Ford team of 2b >t> I I 0iloo : I I
behind. Brown Don Heacock Tom Montgomery 'rim., 26, p 1srNa 110 0 1 1 I W.U"k ('r I I 0 0
only one half game Holman.Moody, Fred Lorenftn: 11..11 I II II UTMaia Everett who worked the last Ib 1 U 0 I'.kln. r.r n I 0 I Lundy P I 1 0 0 I tRIiS"n
Coaching the all.stars will be and Glenn McMaster 26 10 1 10 ".......''' .11 l Y Y 0 ('a11,5nn 81.r: : I 0 .. 1 I 0 Srglt
thin 1lrslsNoma three frame the mound, wa :
winner of six tare* In 1 row M M/.sn R/ I 0 II amrr..a J"hnwn ePon e
I season Marvin Paunch former Ab II JI IIbl' the winner, He wlffecl three ... I ('f 0 0 0 0W : : : t 0Ammons
; L LrIsr Ctfnftrt 8 I I 4 rear i i u 10(5.5.5 aYeksrd Ii : t II e
Daytona 500 winner, Junior Johnson :: : Ib 7 0 j and walked three, Tommy aloes 55 II II 0 : J : 1 ('.nll"" Ll 0 t 11Ib. 1\ 1
5 fll.oI..lI.. II 1 1 0 .,....kb"....' lit I II II 1 ., Ib w a s 5i1
,; ill time NASCAR great /p5bun." e s S (1 I l I Irnaa Sire-nth pitched the first three T...... II 0 4 I .TAII'!---2 0 72 Tisia 18 It I II

FENCES : JliI plus Ned Jarrett, Bobby Johns 8b I I' --- --------- ... ... .... ... .. ... .. .. .. ... .. -- -------JT"t"T.
and Johnny Rutherford, the H.oIm.n Ib 5 a 0 5 . . ",
Fv.n. Kf 0 I 0 II
FDICTIOKll.. USAC who joined the Ford team w.m.m nr t i 1 0 0

when Foyt switched to Dodge Hl Mar'.d. Kf M 00 10 0 e e Inc NO YEAR'S WAITFOR

That a tremendous lineup, _n.o.L'Lf 0> I ITOI.I. a t
but what about the two-man Lee 22 II a II

Petty Plymouth team of Richard

OI1I C01ATITL.. Petty and Jim Paschal Senior League

With the Mereurys said to be Plr. .. 7 Braves I I i
running faster than the Ford at o0
The Pirates, led by Kenny
the moment, what about DudMoore'
-" bwLrroxxlwaolLif Pot, who hurled a one.hitter THIS HIGHER RATE
combination of Darel
and pair of hits
out ,
banged a ,
Dieringer and Billy Wade? And v
wlTeQi downed the Braves 7.(6 In Senior
who la rash enough to overlook

tie team of Buck Baker and Lee League action Friday evening the 10th of w
Saving month from
After the Pirate had taken a 1-0 by any tarn the
Roy Yarbrough that win carry lead in the opening frame on 1st Savings insured up to $10,000 (JO,000 for a husband :

MIen yours balding leers use Garden IIood-1 Ray Fogs loch Dodge1 car colors'With and driver two walks and a Jingle by Kenny : '"L and wife) by FSLIC, a permanent agency of the U S.

Inltedal that h beau1iM dnble red wurbbIt.Ic41emc : running In the Firecracker it 1* oft the Braves took over "\,, 10 Government.

:ro ooe bI Cards R" ad 1M JQlII1OM1, too. tome kl. small wonder that moat expert in the top half of the second on b

A44OCI.TIOw, believe that an average peed two walk, an error and a pair
for f details we,]Khn.te.PANNING
of Itt meet per hour er better, -- Yirst .rt t'aS'a"ing

I will be needed to win the 160 lap'I II I Current Dividend $ j

LUMBER CO.NEW battle on the 2.S mile speedway Kate
'' Compounded and AMoclolfon of '
Time trials on Thursday, July Semi.Annually ---4. :
INDIAN RIVER CITY 2, will determine the pole position Downtown
U. S.1 SOUTH RENTAL APAlt1MtNTS Branch Office 0W.lhlngtoD
and two 5 -mll. rice on i Op.n 9 io 3 Dally Also 4 to 7 Friday at Main 145 N Coquina :
PHONE 267-6885 Friday July S, will nettle the COCOA *UCK

order of start. I ,

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r P... I --- Wdnen4a;, Jury t, DM executive staff. Betweea them vafttige of 'an, controversial Issues

these people hive been sssociit- on the race question so as I If you have real estateto T
ed with more than 450 Communist ot create the unrest, dissension KELLER MUSIC COMPANY
II Letters From Our ReadersEditor front organizations cited and confusion in the minds of sell, or if you 'are
the IndlalatUle
as such by official governmentsources. American People. Oa Melbourne Causeway -
Need"I" (quote) more? looking for choice real & HAMMOND ORGANSNEW
of Arksnsss presented on July to fifty-nine of the officers, Marcus J. Hepburn PIANOS
: eslar1f' 18, 1861, in the "CongressionalRecord members of the Board of Directors Let me close with this state Titusville, Florida estate, use our classified USED
I find it n to reply to melt made by J. Edgar Hoover: MRS. MORLEY, AM 7.1311-After 1 fM.
," Information from the of logs!, health, and other "The Communist objectives TITUSVILLI CALL
Mr Budd'i letter of June 29. Party's LEGAL FADS Big Supply, SSe columns. INDIALANTIC CALLi MRS. HAMACHER PA J4J40
He ttattt that the NAACP It un files of the House Committee on committees of the NAACP, as are not to aid the Negro each at Stsr-AdvocsU Office,
deniably not infiltrated by Communists American Activities relating well ss certain members of the but are designed to take id-

If Mr. Budd had done ---....-
I little research on the subject)
and had not relied on out-dated Titusville Shopping Center Phone AM 7-1511 Store Hours: 10 A.M. to 9 P.M.

material he would have found
the true facts contradictory to
his vclws.

A founder ard key leader of PR4th

\ the NAACP, William DuBoh

(recently deceased) had a total
of 90 Communist front affilialionsl -
Ho received the Lenin st
Peace Prize in 1959 (a suitable

award for a leader of an orgAn. ,
ization who claims: to be antl-
communist). I also might add .- v

that Mr DuBols topped off his .-. ---
lifelong support of Marxism by

officially\ joining the Communist ;lt 8, :Sl mli1 rvi"gs :
Party Of The United States Of :
America In 19011 '
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In 1932, William Z. Foster, _
who was at that time the head ,' ,
of the Communist Party in the PERMA-LIFT ,
United Slates, wrote a book entitled -
"Toward Soviet America. PERMA-LIFT
In it he had this to say concerning STRETCH STRAP
the American Communist
Party and the Civil Rights move SHARKSKIN SELF FITTING BRA E

men). Reg.

"The Communist Party active cc HOLIDAY 5.00.99 : 1.99 1 Reg. 2.50 ,
rA $ '
ly promotes organisations to defend k 1 :
the rights of Negroes. 4
Where no mass organizations
exist In these fields the Party a Conforms to your exact cup
takes the initiative In forming 7"1 size! White cotton elastic .
them, where such are alreadyIn band and sides. A 32-36,
existence and are headed by No, 44 Perma-Lift's B & C 3240. -'

conservative officials, the Party 0 famous lace stretch-
follows\ the policy of building an I:' As.. strap bra with adjustable
opposition. within them and ,4a ,* straps. Save now
fighting, for the revolutionary n 1 r r on this new bra that is
program and leadership." I l av comfort-plus. White.
In 19M, the Communist Jour. .t.tahr l
ndl. "Political Affairs," said this \ 2PERMALIFT
about the NAACP and the Com

munist Party: "
"It is time, Comrades, that we
salute the heroic leadership
which the NAACP Is giving to d
this far.flung struggle In the \ : o r Reg.
heartland( of Dixiecrst racism. ':'. 7.49 8.95
The NAACP in the South Is I rt t
leading a struggle against an implacable '
and ruthless enemy .. p Long leg step-in with
We must support the NAACP In ', 'I Oi "f famous Magic Oval
this struggle with every ounce 1..4 l'" crotch opening. Lycra
of energy at our disposal" 1. '. i t' \ w spandex in white.
On March 7, 1957, Joseph \"'d' ... M S-M-L-XL.
Kornfcder (now deceased) testified !- 'a 9 ... ''IUtt 1 '
before the Joint Legislative l lh
,1 .x : 1. P t I'll
Committee of Louisiana: t. j FOUNDATIONS! DEPARTMENT
"They (the Communists) aim .
to use the Negro preach a .
doctrine of racial nationalism .

In order to use the Negro for Blouse . 5.99
their put'poses. Once they have '.

used him, they will do with the Jamaicas 5.00
Negro: what they have done with
the peu>ant and the working I Slim Jims 6.00

(cI I mitht add that Koinfeder Cool and fresh looking,? sharkskin r ,
was a former Communist.) separates that take to ;;the holiday r?
Leonard Patterson a Negro atmosphere. Sleeveless blouse has tt
and former Communist, testified handscreened 4 SPORT SHIRTS
print design 6n )white
before a legislative committe on ,. Slim lime and
Jamaicas are!! white and
November 18, 1959: completely lined. Choose any of them
"I left the Communist Party in sizes 8 to 18.SPORTSWEAR. R
because I became convincedthat ,,
2 for
the Communist Party did DEPARTMENTGIRLS' M Values to 3.99 __

not have at heart the Interest "-n ,
of the white people, the Interest ,
of the Negro, the Interest of the 4i: :.-- ,/ Save now on men's short sleeve sport shirts expertly
labeling people that the r1;;, { \tailored for his cool summer comfort. Choose from
Coinmunlbt Patty was only Interested ( .. "'a wide array of new summer colors and patterns in-
in promoting among the '" luding stripes, solids plaidschecks, and prints. Regular
Negro people a national libera \ I or ivy collar models. Sizes S-M-L-XL.
tion movement that would aid SHIFTS- :'Y r.
the Communist Party in its efforts .
to create a proletarian re ,
volution In the United States ,; 1
that would overthrow the
government '
i. by foice and violence through WITH \
\ s bloody fulltime revolution
and substitute It with a
1 Soviet form of government with MATCHING ;
a dictatorship of the proletariat. : MEN'SWALKING
Representative E. C.
_. CachingsIHO5I PANTIES v

HORRID r ?:.
t t '

3 to. 6xReg. 2.99 1.77 1 SHORTS

r. Regularly 4.44
Lth\t 5.95 to 8.95

: : ..gM 7 to 14 2 39 I ,

-W./ilher onteaunlm.erapotayour d brown. :!!J Reg. 3.99 y'tGay l

: hand and face Ml the ,
HOI Id you we lilting' old -xr.
hapa' Iwlui you really irt, Fuji t. A very special value In men's walking
them away with new ESQ.TEU1CA shorts for his summer wearing.Choote .
that medicated rrram r blends dacron
from of -
that up' mantel of( easy-care
i men}bn. Vln, help.l rnaht uig. as all the fireworks. polyester/cotton or lOO;i cotton.
Main hands. Equally look "nil affective* 'and young the shifts with matching panties t;; Good-looking colors in a variety of
Sac*,neck aim..rm,Not a on c v... for gay little girls. lOO.i 5 patterns and solids. Stock up now
up, Ada In ilia .km, -nit on It. cotton in a wide array of '.a # at this low price in sizes 28 to 42.MENS .
IragranV a' 1.! bait .
...ftenlna, fu', .i 7 un ia( akin: ai(fur It designs and colors. All are 1'J
clara, up Ih".., blcmWwt. At close-outs> of a very famous "., a
) drug .
aiimil and '
) lollnlry conn.trt.
n plot l laxI/ you have brand Also khorts sets at ,
thew ane.revealing, to,awn spot'" the same prices as above. "w'
blntchrs, or if you want clearer 1: DEPARTMENT
lighter akin, use. ES( TERII'A. I : :' ;:
At In "fl". C'n.... > .' ;


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'I. WRAPPER ____________. .. .

--i. AF ConiracisTolal "... :- :, : : JI !NOW.! 21970 ;

r4 other morning Mr and at Seville Christmas Day there 1\,\
,Mr epee Johnson of North was quite row in the bar room $$110,306Two ,Y .
Mil":'went to the local bus staUon'io of the. Hotel Seville Pat Ward en
With Working Trade-in
t pick up Mrs. Ida Morten- who> was. never known to be contracts totaling $110,306

sent| The two women were in drunk before, got into a quarrel have been awarded by the -', f
*].M 2l cuncentrition: camp dur- with Parson Bryan. Ward Canaveral District of the U. S 'at 54t I
,lag(World: War II and hadn't fired his pistol, the ball taking Army Corps of Engineers for 1'- ""HHliJ.

M-nTeach other for 19 years effect In Bryan's head and kill work ;.in Air Force projecta at J'-.
Whil the Johnsons were waiting ing him. Cape Kennedy and Patrick Air
'on the bus, they strolled by On A guest 1, 1889.: "Who Force Base ''nil,
to took into the store window. In stuffed the ballot box for mayor?
Rig Apple Plaza. It was before There were more ballots Inserted A $61008: contract was awarded r y sew
daylight and the police: rode by than there were voters. to Harper Inc. of Winter i ilI.del
,topping to ask the Johnsonsbat In August, 1888.: "Today De- Park, for alterations to the metal Sn Ihhl w
they were doing. Land has two executions, thoseof plating shop at Patrick Air Force iq

A d the police got the shock Gaakms and Hammond, bothof Base

their lives; when Mr. Johnson whom committed murder at The work will consist of
''fciiMmgly( replied, "She's a jail !this place and were sentenced after (q
bird waiting for another jail bird one trial to expiate their modifying the ventilation syi- 1C'1J 1C'1Jru
to tome in on the bus." Of crime on the gallows. The tern to remove' hazardous and d

..' ursu Mr. Johnson explained Agrecullurlst will issue a supplement toxic fU'TIel'from the plating 4 z +
1 about the pair being in a camp giving full description! tanks. The work is expected to

together but he had the police Sept. 26, 1889.: "The grand be completed by the end of Octobtr. -
'.t aped for a few ..econds.t jury In the Douglass.Benjamin I
case hits indicted Mr. Benjamin.The .
The second contract for $47- .dtb
a beach resort at Miami, latter acted In defense of 208 was awarded to B. B Mc. I
fee girls on vacation, wearing hU> own life and we cannot see Cormit and Sons, Inc, of Jacksonville RNI 21 '
I scanty swimsuits, walked into a with what justice he can be placed Beach, for modifications
I combination,., nightclub.restaurant In jeopardy again (J. H. Benjamin to Launch Complex 19 at H- Separate Frtizir holds 103 Ibs. Of '

I l jute' one afternoon. The headwait- DeLand newspaper pub Cape Kennedy ..Ly frozen foods.FulI.W1dtll .
.t.! 1 stopped them at the door. lisher, shot and killed Capt. J. Included In the work is the Q Forestall Enamel CHspsr
'I'm burry ladies," he said W. Douglass, captain of the Hall- construction of additional park w holds almost V* bushel 01( Irish
4 but we have a minimum cover fax Rifles and prominent politician ing arcs, revision. to the white en vegetables.
Iii this establishment" whila the two were wrestling room air conditioning, and modifications g Spacious Door Shafts keep oAaiHsMXl
How much is it?" asked one under water in the Indian of the complex's ele- HOMEWARD BOUND This group of Foster of West Palm Beach, an airline N: : foods handy.TwoPosition.

the girls." River North during a political ctilcal: system The contractor Titusville Jaycees along with their state. stewardess, and national director Gene Shitf adjusts for .bus* ;f
'Well, replied the headwait- meeting In New Smyrna.) Benjamin has until the end of July to finish president, are shown upon arrival at Orlando Roberts of Titusville. Salisbury said tho Items. ,
"you're not wearing it" was later scquitcd" the Job. from the national Jaycee conventionin Florida Jaycees won many national honors Plus Easy-Open Door 1..IItdC ft.o 2!

llere's one for the books. Aplan Both of the contracts were Dallas, Texas. Left to right, local presi- The keynote speaker at the conven- tamer, Butter Compartment,.AftBuilMii"I W
in Miami was flying one of4jirae The absent minded professor signed by Cot J. N, Cox, Deputy dent Paul Salisbury, \ ice-pi esident Dob tion was Coy, Wallace of Alabama and the Quality. ':i
radio controled planes came across a woman in his Canaveral District: Engineer Keel Mrs. Keel, Mrs Dale Freeman, vice- convention also heard Guy Connally of g
with a wing spun of about 30lipihes bedroom. "Madam," he said for Air Force construction. president Freeman, state. president Frank 'TexasWEEKLY. .

and a small gasoline en- surprised, "what are you doing ISts Iz
I|ine. lie controled it for the here in my bed" 1 1F ___ .__ _. .____ ____" .. __ .0 z
Draft May
off and into the air After Said thu lady equally surprised Delinquent Registrants
cake around a bit, the planeas "I like this bed. I like' this
just about over the man room 1 like this house; I like RUMMAGE SALEAll
mtrolmg it, when It went into adive this neighborhood and besides I Face F Earlier Service InductionYouths

and headed right for him. am your wife." Kinds of Rummage For Sale-We Accept Donations Only to j
dually: it hit him and cut htm who fall to register {nations are to determine if registrnnU Of Your Reusable Items'
[IMP enough for a hospital trip. Know what a moderate Is? with their local board within five have physical or edu
That's what one might call a man who favors the topless days after reaching their 18th rational: defects making tin ineligible BUYER'S BARGAIN SHOP
[taming. on Its master, Guess the swimsuit-but only for one aide birthday will be dealt with firm for rehabilitation ortraining1" N 16970 ,
plane had a mind of Its own andst ly; state director of selective 1121 S. Washington Arenue :
| didn't like taking orders. The White House received this service Col. Harold C.; Wall said 0z .

word the other day from an this week. North Brevard youths, upon Open Thurs., Fri., and Sat AM 7-3738 With

A movie actor newly returned American Indian on a reservation He anticipated 40,000 18.year- reaching H, may register at the Op.rat.d by St. T.r...'. Catholic: Woman'. Club
| from a trip to the Belgian : "Be careful with your immigration KFC4Q
supplyof olds will be registered by Fiori.da' Star.Advocate office, which acts Trade
bark big
Congo, brought a laws We were careless -
Kin,-OISa Mlraelt Sealed Oxaajprny
bhrunkcn heads and, hoping >> with ours." 83 local boards In the next as a deputy registration site fur .rack baking. _
they might bo worth*something/:, 12 months Delinquents may be the Brevard' board which hasbesdquartera STAR-ADVOCATE Classified. Ads Get Result Smokeless Br.lllnf' with (XJrotliln
he called a well-known deportment ordered ;for early Inductions in In Cocoa broiler pan.Infinite EASY
store. Thinking to please the youngman the armed forces.Beginning ------ I 151 Hal Surface Unlit 1st' you
dil extet heat deilrtd. ,
"I would like to speak to some- the manager of the office in July Florida, lift-Off Ovsn Door for assy cleaning. TERMSf! 0
lone about the possibility of sell- offered to promote the office boards will deliver for examination Plug-Out Oven HeaUrt for assy :I
jing some shrunken heads," he boy to junior clerk. those 18'yesr-uld registrants Q cleaning.1 i motul.d S
Storage Drawer for your
I said "And, of course, it will mean a in classes available for r y' ,xt w pots and pins" ,
"One moment please," the small raise," he added, and waited service, namely, those who are p b'I'
switchboard operator replied politely for the outburst of thanks, out of school are unmarriedand '
In a couple of minutes he which didn't come. are otherwise available
heard a click: and a very prim The boy thought hard for a 4
voice said, 'Hello This is the moment and then said: Examination of the 18y ar- THE PAIR !
olds comes under new programs
head buyer speaking. "If it's all the same to you, Initiated by President Johnson'stack I N
cir, I'd rather go on looking after 1
TIs said the U. S. senate cam force on manpower conservation
the and
Ipalgn in California should be an postage stamps petty Examination docs not ers
cash on my present salary" SPECTACULAR
I exciting one pitting enscreendancer mean they face induction .r BOTH I Ien

I George Murphy against Secretary to salesgirl at perfume "At present, we are not Inducting 34990
1 piano playing Pierre Salinger counter "I'd like something registrants under 21, except
J might be called an exhibition of those who volunteer for Induction FOR. I
that will bring out the
I hand! to foot combat. mink in a man without disturb- through selective service," .
the stale director said "Exam- Fireworks
ing the wolf"There's .
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Among the early papers pilnt-

ed on the East Coast of Florida a rumor that employees for those who

h. were "The Halifax: Journal", at the U. S. Mint are goingon 1 ..
published by the late Florun A. strike they want to make PERSPIREHEAVILY U
Mann about 1884 at Daytona )less money. 1II Whg3yVIVIJIICVMII diw r'
Bench and "The Florida Star", ,,, IGIJ CP MI
J ubll heal by the late Capt. \ Display dRi
Charles II Coo in 1877 at Glen- When it comes to supermarkets 0 i I
coe, later moving to New Smy most wives simply don'l = I G
rna "The Florida Star" la exercise shelf control. Ii

actually the forerunner of one of ; I -' -I
the pnp<'rs combined to make tot A bachelor Is a man who ;
I day's "Titusville Star.Advocate", thriv.s on wine, women and so FRIDAY JULY 3rd
although;, this paper dates from )lung ... IQas
1GBO when the "The Florida ) A
I Star" was moved to Titusville. Diapers are changeable seat e

might Thought he some interested of our insome readers covers sass 9:00 P.M. :

items that reflect the politics and A termite walked Into a bar .
tie of the times: and asked "Is the bar tender ,
i '
In 18B8: "After the borse race here' AT I,

: z' ylt
1 I U Heavy Duty Laundromata Washer LTF

; Choice of Cycles for wide vtrlety of fabrics,

FLORIDA'S FASTEST GROWING BYRD' s; Two feature Deep Rinses-an txcluilva Wastlnfhousa en tel

,. i GAS UTILITY BRINGS ft Automatic Lint Ejector with no filters to glean :I ;
5-Posltlon Water Savor adjusts water Input to :Sn
NATURAL GAS TO f { $0dayeapph 5/PLAZA e i size of load,
: j Giant Capacity washes 12lb. load or more.Interior M
TITUSVILLE S .t $3.00N. Tub Light makes stsy to locals small
Ue-C.e I.r '$.I i articles ;
In Norlh
Cocoa =
S...aka-we dnw wnra Heavy Duty Electric Dryer DTFtI ..4 .

City Oat Ctmpanir ef Florlfa hat breuftitMturtl ..w sew..d.r.se p..snd rr pr.ai..s thou r ice ny.area' .en I Three Temperature Drying by just itttlflg dial
... to artvsrt], Ctuitty. Uvi .....,. al q sal. a.1 ..s a ./ ..aaawMlp Bring the FamilyI = for safe, automatic drying. to1
and save ",...., vita Mturtl fat for seeUitf, Mitcluknliitolf ... New Balanced Air Flow Drying eliminates potslbillty en '
.homa htttlnf I sir tanfititnlnf eltthtt SVyInf mutt. rf fntofid use trj PMWTC tat wtloa Ike* ?''; of hot spots tj h
water htttlnf gad many cemmarelat' t rerl.d eua .esp4w. p.a.... aa.e.a ;:' Large Capacity Lint. Collector Is easy to reach ...
sal. ,d .busy a1 ..edap.ebb a to clean. ,
Industrial ",litatiany. B Thrtufk our suksldlary i easy
-Dras( Csrporatl-.. aha supply N a W bM 1.1al. ML.1y Four-Way Vantlnf gives Ideal Installation fltxlbillty. -
a yseef pales $e..1 a.due.d :x[:! l
the finest kettltsl pt Mreufhtut Hit .... y. McMnliy ae-ps.r 1ebent.y..as..ad.l .
N All City lit aaa Orl-Ctt cuttomtrt aft y saw.o.wdw =
sIs!***; .f ..l.* f.|....... asses eo d.parre Ma saes.s ales., (ad swami.Mee.. o
par.asoda pee a es" M w penisuW e Whitaker Electric Inc.
Sear.5.4.7: try, MiMMM rtIMMr.repa.M CLIMAXING .

2 BIG VALUE PACKED Itt $.. WaihliMton All., Downttwn TitusvillePhwM
.ruvl..w, SALE DAYS
p e e.e.aalenw. f flOlrrru
.vN.kf I MSi.uik iaAM > III App!. Plata -c.Tltuftlll. 1I
.1.1l Magnolia Avenue I.R.C.

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Wednesday, July 1, 1 MSCOTTSMOOR
Raga 2-ft TituaviliaFlorida. ( ) Star Advocate
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Twelfth l Brevard

Firms Chartered

NEWS : / Twelvi ferevard County firms
: relived torpor tlon charter

Fun Day, Saturday':' from Secretary of State Tom
Adams last week
Sco" moor'a ;.JF rtllc'of Jttty
,,"tin bat wilt itarf aMO am. The two In North Brevard KNo 3MqAINDAYS

Saturday at the ball park on the were:
west of U. S. 1. Lantern Hills Development

A chicken dinner will be served Corp., 81 Fern Avenue, Titus-

at noon ($1,M for suite( sot! vllle, authorized dock 300 shares
for children). there will be a of common at $100 per share,
filed June 17, dealing In real en annual jubilee of sizzling summer
dessert booth, dart booth, cake Our
walk, cold witermeHm" rokl state and construction incorpot me fl/L'TJ
drinks, hot (Wgdj frc* (ante*' for atoll are Richard R. Andrews, .
Ben C and Marvin tfhfier .
Storey ]
cn Tgg 1
the kids. A hayrMs/ and 4/ bafgame. all of fltusvlDe i .

A hand-rAa9e quilt wftf/ be! gfv Harriet' of filusville\ Inc, l I

en the lucky perrtft/ whose name fog Apple Plats, Tltosvllle, authorized OUR TIDAL WAVE \
will be picked by the Home stock of 10,000 shares of all! I t
Demonstration Club I.
Everyone< and help cHeWst1 SroTtsfroor'' / MrtfrrMs. Incfjtporatori art WITH CURVE- 7T: ,- t PENHLEIGHCOTTON
first Fourth of July fun Day. Jfamet fi. trotter, M A. Bright )
There will be somtthfnt for (he Jf and Charles. t Lane, all of SHAPING LYCRA ; 4. .. I __ .c. CAREFREE IVY
Rocky Mount, N C.
The event It, beings sfrtaisored i ti e TURNABOUT'

by ScotUmoor flrefn, Imd ft STN tnt Ilktt 0ealess'ft froi. (*Ia1It T nv rut:Ile: '. '' SUMMER MEN STUDENTS
Demonstration/ flub, Kert fetns rlOlllrM I.N>, taut' puss KRKMl > only 7. FOR I
Hit ( o1'V. tfT. J ,.u
and Civic Club <'u0\1tR'f in; I sale 1 PRINT DRESSES c a'
F4tN/1a1/ VOHK, shapely silhouette) ,L La

Richard firarffcy and! J.m' >s I'lololiti.PLtt Lightweight nylon or M Mu
f''. *vPltncoAtOH and Orion acrylic with Lycra
Eva na of Coco returned Sunday : i. SHI'(CIINAK1H. elf
from a trip t to ttanhlngtbn, D. C., Ootftn in "b.t'Io'l.ol": Gay colors..sires 9033i only } r

the World Farr and points In TO Kdwfrfl P, BupnrnaughTou
New England and Canada Tnoy r CJ UnknownYou ::

covered 4,000 Wile!* On t If>p- and imMpiAlnl r. t Ij'rrby:: Glom t nntlfli-4 a that certain irnoriin y'r
and ,B on thn following dinK.rllx-0:
report the weather was dry
cool, but the moscfuftort in Ctn-: Pre' fcRFUTHAVUl s5I
bas) ai la JlOrJ l 8, g.ellon Hook' 'llvlnlon r.. t tr'2
ada were almost a / Pun. w t
Florida. T'th. r'.br.IR: .:::'r"l of UreardCounty 1 1t
PUirliU, /
Mr and Mn Oley Greathoifte tit b*.n flied ifRlniit you and you :Ideal for work or piny
and children and l her father, an roqtilrM: In nerve a copy of t r J e Ban Guard", stain and water
your seawer of 'plrnII.l to the J .
Breezy styles keep
Clifton Carver, spent a week recently '. pUlntltfi Altor. 4 4 { n I repellent, dirt resistant
In Blue fUdge, "6a: JiITethere Place rf.oI'H'lt'r P. (O::. HoK UdllLh Sid: Melbourne, 44 Grant, s' P crisp throughout the summer f Everglare*, added luster
they visited an aunt and attended Florhla, ,1.4 mo the orlnlnul n.. e Full skirts, slim skirts, coat- e Mm-care*, easier wash and wear
war or DIFBdlAf tft tad office of the 1 styles zip backs,button fronts
Decoration" obser ,
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Cler I tfum CyvufCourt, Br v.rd f p a Cuffs, belt-loops ,
verve at Lebdhbh Church; County Court hoone, Tlluivllle. Flor. a s Low square necks, round scoop e Black,bone, loden,antelope f fI
Ida on or bnfore th i(4th( day ct _
Mr and Mrs Gabriel and.son July, 1064. If you fall lo do ... i r.i" t V necks, deep V-collarS "A' Sizes 29 to 42HEAVYDUTY
judimtnt by default will he. ukenacilnit ae e Sparkling prints in vibrant shades
tom, returned recently from a you for tha relief demand' M.a Ja a
trip to Washington, D. C. They ed In the oomnlnlnl Na7nM,: _.Jo or dark muted tones on white t
Thin notloi shall ba publlnhed !
also visited several of the Civil Dn... each week for four ennnecutlv / /I din a Sizes 12 20,14M 24'4, and 40-52
and Revolutionary War monuments WKeki Florida In Htar-Advocate, THunvllle, A i L.i'42 .

In North Carolina, Vlrflnla DONK AND ORDKRKD at Tllu,.
vllle Florida, thla rand dot of Junn,
and Georgia lass '
Mr and Mrs Milton Horne, Curtli R. narnaa
ClerK ,
Circuit Court .. .
Jr. and children, Milton III, BrevarA Couaty, F1orlA4 ,Aa1/aAVeraM A ,taS < aMnflAR, .

Charles, Linda' and'' Nancy are By Deputy V. if Clerk Rninvler l l .JJ l"J" I' .,
residing In a new home on Lord (leltA I IA
June :4, duly i, S. 15 (Wed) Ittf .
Sf They moved here from Titus- Easy-Spin Recoil Starter
vllle but are originally from IN TflK 'llIff"IT f'Ol'HT OP 1XIXTH "( j IY
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Greenville. Miss: Mr. Home :r."lItt' BKh, .t flHI11'r.N"j 20" ROTARY MOWER" I
works at the Cape. .
U thanmry N. >St4 w.
Mr and Mrs R I. Brooks of KOTII' TO l>t,rrNDSHIRLKX : rt

Roanoke, Va,. were Friday vla C XbLEHAR Plaintiff l ,
!lou at the home of Mr and v. t $3988 1 I
Mrs Edward Root. unknown : 1 7 i 4 r
I Defnhdent'
H. D. Chub News YOU, nontTti.' I. xruiifAR: are '
hkruby nodflfiV thn< A Hill of COM VA I! r. Brigg-s enghia I .
The members of the Home PLAINT for Ulvorn has bcn fll.rtavalnit
Demonstration Club met Tuesday I you, and off du art required e 1-pc. alloy steel blade / V NCMA
lo aeev. a copy your aniwur *r
morning at headquarters nlnadln/ to the Bill of Complaint to e No-spill air cleaner ,

and held In bId fashioned quilting the UTTS Plaintiff. ATTORNlit! allorny AT 'LAW i. K I'O : 1 1 e 14-gauge steel chaosfa1 \
bee under the large shed II. Box 34SS HATELIITID REACH // e Choke matic controls !
back of the building. or FLA.pleading and:: 'III In this original uffie. gnaws uf th. / Front disthnrge chut a ) EXTRA QUIET ..4.4jjp9

Sack lunches were enjoyed by Clerk before of lha tha 22nd Circuit day of Court July 1964 on or o Baked ennmel finishSAFE I <{ *& afiL 14,500 BTU*: ,
those that stayed all day. Ladies If you full to do ao, Jml"m it by
default will be taken igalnm you I h
working on the quilt were Mrs for the relief. demanded 'in gold '- FAIR CONDITIONER
Curtis Futch Mrs. Bob ComplaintTbla '
Wright, notice ahall ba puhlUhed Al
Mrs Al Kissel!, Mrs. Edward once aaoh week for four ooniicutlva -
float, Mrs. Homer Blce, Mrs Advocate weaka, Tlluavllle,lahe. Tltunvllle Florida Hlnr- A. WEB AND ALUMINUM CHAISE eNryge ;f
: 1$239
Dolan Cantrcll, Mri Robert Allen Brevard Done and County Ordered, Florida, :In Tltuivllle thus ;rind i 'WMther-proof, sturdy tubular wAaynly i I N.Monty Daw I I
Mrs Don Sanford, Mri day of June, 1W4Curtla aluminum construction Extra 8 I'I i ,|, JMwe.IV !
Ruby Gower and Mra Price R. Barnea arrant Fired* polypropylene only I 7.8 t
Clerk of Circuit Court Webbing*Folda Compactly .
Hall by V. I. Bpaniler Gives The Needed Cooling Capacity For
No meeting are scheduled for Deputy Clerk Larger Rooms or Multi-Room Cooling "k I
(Court ""oil I
July and August and the next luna 24. July I, I, IS (Wod.) 1004 CUSHIONED ALUMINUM CHAISE Fits most windows.?ventilates with or without
meeting of the club win l be In Plump foam paldincovped with cooling. Completely automatic temperature con-
September. a 6IOR6I STUART're..nt.-i wtahahlevinyl\ I Ri t-proofaluml- Sale I 1Lagg trol; speed fan. Washable filter cleans air of
N.wIMITa! num construction. Large wheels\ I'k dust, dirt, pollen Directional grilles Low price
." win 15-4 1 ADOINS CORONA I IIOUUMT usa includes FREE de-it-youraelf installation\ kit.

0y.L, Mod./f577./ 14.500 BTUNEMA. CERTIfIED/ ,If
The Scottsmoor Senior baseball MACNINihtHOMI REDWOOD AND ALUMINUM CHAISE ..
team played the Daytona 1' '. C. t Cooling Copaclry-230 Volt/ 12 Amps (running) ,
e>ana I a Kiln.dried California redwood la %
Semi I Pros there' Sunday, wM-\ """ !r1
weather- Sturdy tubular Sa le I 12 88 .
nlng 154. A return game will be $ggsayetd!1 tuminum. frame Large wheel. a .wall)
played at the local field! Sunday; MOULAKIY 14.tf ,
t't'l taco eowN
Ban"rark Work alonAaiizIyI'o- .
We are Very grateful for the i t.: : -,
wonderful j6rf the county IJ dd- .... a.r:, liae. wpM' .. .... I.. I r
Ing at the ball park. New clajr t"ICk iM.i,w p/MWO N.pu Igka.dMn, STUHDYI2Inch I DtfUCnflbfflor6fff

has been spV ad on the diamond WIT george stuarti steel |
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and many Ihi/da/ of fill and grill. ( /Aw DM.w _.eN'>u MMI Nn ,
log has made the road toh =t."r =""M.- tubingconstruction 'jJ
park safer 1 13] LAST. 'INSON. .ORLANDO w0 r +
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For All Day Friday California Redwood lawn swing 1 is water-repellent,wont mildew

FISH SPECIALI .t* "Dura-Gleem"slide has sturdy platform and hand rails ,

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STORES WILL ,f "' .I"1.'! 'f'I .

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: Iu: Only the top Diodes of u. S.
1. JULY 4th Govrnnt grodrd beef( wtor
uduElu.aurillil': :; : 'I I'OtJff ST't t./t (,!!! : the W.0 shield/ Placed In ttm.ptrarurt f
SUNDAY, JULY 5th controlled coolers, W-D
'+iilauuliuul+..uuu+u uultlilua+{ ltwluumuiliiu!;! flIl'RUid'QUANTITY
but f li aped to the very peak
M of. ttndtr,flovcrful goodrwM by
THRU JULY 3RDFISHERS .I nohir*'i own proem while Mill,
PRICES wINN-0IMI GOOD..eTO..... 'INe.a1Pr.I.MtN.N L fresh.
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Pvt. Them P, Mo ly I BEER ALE Center
..t -W 1 I Slices
Mosley Completes GLASS 12-OZ. 8 r / j' I BEEF SALEFULL
CoursePvt. i.39 1 I.} .. .. Included
Infantry 12 PACKFISHERS I. :!,, t; 'r' -...
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Mosley son
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route 1, 332 Oakwood, Tllusvllle, .i '
completed an eight.week advance i\\, ',', _m LB.
ed Infantry course at the U. S. '" JtJ1IM. Mr-! .
Army Training Center, Fort Gor 6 PACK 69cr :".l\\ SIRLOIN ,TRIMMED BEFORE WEIGHING
Ga. June 26. -'
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Mosley received Instruction In OLD MILWAUKEE BEER ., : 0'j(" I: Steak 88;
small unit tactics and In firing .
14 rifle and MOO machlnegun. 89c
No Return Bottles -
The 21-year.old soldier Is a I Roast La. 88
1960 graduate of North Miami I. R. C. Store Only HAM ;
High School and attended Dado BONELESS BOTTOM ROUND
County Junior College, Miami.
WHOLE OR :I' Shank Roast LI. 88;

Claim Number PINEBREEZE BUTT HALF :;i Half .
Grade "A'" Fresh Florldo 3 9, 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH WD FRESHER, LEANER

Idenlifies Mail MEDIUMEGGS ; .11. 45 i LB. I I'I" r Gr. Beef. 5 PKGs195

Addressed To VAFar Y"*"*"" -". i....;' ,- "."'iI,J 'lllDiMt .1J.1JfIitt'"'H

too many of the more than -
ISO million pieces of mail thai FAMILY SIZE
flow through the Veterans Administration FRESt, l II le JAR KRAFT MUSTARD WITH PINKY PIG<

bo disclosed properly today.Identified each year, the cannot VA 3D1P ( a'__I Morton FruitPIES.. I Wieners 111.pxa. 49 I.


Service County erans and said Officer their that beneficiaries too for many Brevard vet are FLORIDA FRESH ALL EGGS WHITE Can Ham 4'C' N S2'

merely signing their names la lleo. 2/39 Dlxl Darling, Hamburger or Mmes N LW wa

correspondence not enough. and names are Rolls 2 Pk k;:: 29 1 N. APPLE PIE GIANT 27-QT. .- EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE

Almost( all the 30 million Reg 2V{ Dixlf' Darling Hamburger or Wltntr
names in VA's master index file Ii $
are duplicated. There are him Rolls ..23:; / Ice Chest ONLY T9
drcds of thousands of the more .
common names such as t
Brown, Johnson, Jones.etc, but Cake ': _' 291 FOR 17ft" long, 13'W high, 12" wide. "Sure Secure" fold down
most other names are duplicatedat e CHERRY aluminum handle that Is positively riveted to the chest. Odorless
least a score of times. 25 EXTRA STAMPS with CRACK GOOD Com PEACH easy to ckon'not affected by weather
The veteran claim: number\ 11001. I
(number) and his insurance Chips. Pkg. 49"> COCONUTSAVE r ro
number are his alone and are
never duplicated, Boslioff point. 25 Extra Stamp with CRACKIN' GOOD CHEE2- .

correspondence ed out. Use of these will numbers Insure In Curls a 391I' {!r.lD"tlUrll"BIS! fJ W. .

prompt and efficient service and ,
save both time and cost of additional EX.TRA. 3-5/6 EA. ..... HI-C FRUIT FLAVOR Q. +.

correspondence. TOP..VALUE STAMPS: t

Drinks 3 46 otCons' 89F
BIRTHDAY HAPPY I' 001 ate, ..HILMARTurkey ,. 1.99 '
ran ne..T.I. eaN.Nleanoe
TNHU JuiWhitVAcraPtM., all.a' SAVE 1 10* EA ,DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise kl
Thursday, July 2 21 I ,
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Miss Evelyn Bell I THIS THIS THIS I+r, '
Cathy Franklyn IDivIs: E Mazzntto I E mcT J :QT 3 9;


Mrs. Borta Worley II T"........ '.ore.. CHEK CANNED SOFT ASSORTED 'FLAVORS

0 GOOD THRU Jutv '0 Drinks. 15 $1. II I'.4IIIZI........Hlllt.......27SIZI......i.St
21I' ConsSAVE
you have real estateto AT ANV WINM MMM 1 I

sell, or if you are x-R-u 6Vi< EA liBBY'S SAUSAGEVien'nas t CANTALOUPES .I

looking for choice real I TOP VALUE STAMPS ; t/2
6 o $1.
I' / a P. e.otw TROPICANA, CANS
01lA"0'.10 C IIV PuNCN
estate, use our classi- Fruit Bar.GOOO '
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TN.u Juu ;SAVE lOt.SWFT'S PI EMLunch : $1 .._
fied columns.
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SAVE 20< DEEP SOUTHP'nut j !
I' TWO t u P... rttN Corn 10 EARS 59xiijt
there l Is I M [NIIa.PCNLDButterbeans ,

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,.,. 4-E TItu.II" (.riel.. 1tsrAdv.... W"IIIMI", July 1, 19" row Points; Dale Thurlow, Weblo made. Patricia, Brian and Maureen; Field. Activities win tegia rt Auxiliary who will be serving
Badge; Kenny McCallister, 1 _, Mr. and Mrs. J F. McCoskey 9:00 am. and continue throughout on the fond committee met last
Indian River South Titusville Happenings year pin; Ricky McCafferty Braves Have Cook-Out and children, Diane and Jimmy; the day.Members Monday evening at the home .(
Silver Arrow Point. The Braves Team, in the Major Ricky Vetter; Kim Lavlolette; of the Little League So* IRC NEWS en fl... I-eARCO )
I The meeting was closed with League of IRC Little League, Mr. and Mrs. Dave McDougaland
the Scouts repeating the Cub held a cookout last Sunday at daughter, Lori Ann; Mr -
Mance Leaves For West PointJoe Scout Pledge and Promise. Fox Lake The player and and Mrs. J. M. Schmotzer ind
After the formal meeting was their families enjoyed an after. children Mike, Jimmie, Mark, DODGE INC.
over, all of the Cub's families noon of softball and plenty of and a friend, Mark McAllisterand ,
Muncg; son of Mr and meeting and presented the following Mr. and Mrs J. B. Miller
good food DEALER
1 1J" enjoyed a cook-out. The Cub YOUR HEW DODGE
Mrs Carl Mance of 203 Harrison awards:
1I and children, Jonny, Mary and
Pack furnished the fuel for the Those attending were: Mr
,Street, Titusvllla president Johnny Hill, Lion Badge and
cooking fires and the soft and Mrs. C. E. Snyder and Ricky For AU
of the IRC Teen-Town Club, Wcblo Badge; Richard Woerner, 0 Service Hoadcpurlera
orlnks and ice to put out the in children, Patty and Glenn Mr.
; Product
left last Tuesday for West Point Lion Badge Wcblo Badge, Cold Chrysler
ternal fires of the aspiring and Mr*. T. J. Murray and Little League Auxiliary
Military Academy, New York Arrow Paint and 2 sliver Arrow
Clympmn children, Sheirlll, Deborah T. Fun, gomes and delicious food and Tranamlsslon SpecII..llat.: .
: State, where he will begin Ideas Points: Tommy Knight, Silver e Air Conditioning
I a Cadet. wnr' Arrow {' Inl: Larry Vance, Sil Pack meeting for July will\ bee J.; Jeff, Memory, Sandra, Bryan are in store for everyone at the On Duty Now.
Last Saturday night, the Teenagers Family Camp-out. Time and and a friend, Steve Butkis; big Field.Day Celebration to be
had another full house vcr Arrow Points; Gary Hopkins place will be announced as soon Mr. and Mrs W R. Phillipsand held next Saturday, July 4lh at Cor. HopklM fc Harrison -

I I w,U 219 young people dancingto Weblo Badge, 2 Silver Ar is final arrangements have been children, Kevin, Mary Kay, the J.mel.Bosholf Little League ... --. .
the music of the "Sens Uon." .
from Oilando The Board of
rectors of Tt'pnTowhave/
iiiadu arrangements; with Carol
Lee, Booking Agent for Dancer mli '
Bands in/ Orlando, and he sees ,, .
to it that each Saturday night, a QREVARD NATIONAL BANK ''( : '
different band of musicians i : .
plays for this Club ,
;.:- Highlight of the evening was r ,;
President Joe Manse emulating o Mine ''I
among all the Urn.users bid I >l i "'r'
ding them each an/ individual Allen, 1 .
month' son, Scot are :
good bye on the eve of his do. \lmlins her parents, Mr. and ; ; ann 0 U nee 5
parturu for West Pont. Mrs Ed Major, Pritchard Ave.j d.is t"I '
Like his accomplishments in Mrs Lunqlois lives in New r' '"
tie scholastic field: and In the Oilcans, La., where her husband ';.,' '. .. <
retrcaUondl field at Titusvillo I. employed by the Louisiana .
High School, Joe has done a Gas Company :: '
good jib as President ol the With tho visit of Shirley and
Teen-Town Club, and everyone Scot, a full reunion of the Major A NEW BANKING SERVICE ; <. "
gave him "thanks for a Job well daughters has been made Carol ,
done." He leaves with the good (Mrs. BID: Bronua and daughter
wishes of teenagers and adults Kim, arrived a month ago while
alike. her husband completes a eiulne. ,
Chaperones present at Satur- Another daughter, Belly, is a ,
diy's dance were Mr and Mrs. junini at Titusviilo High School
Ed Mrrriam, Mr. and Mri. Joe The family Is having a pleasant
Ponds, Mr and Mrs Bob Compurtlo time vlnitina with former acquaintances. I Inaugurated for the convenience of the merchantsand

.. Mrs. Hotel, Mrs.Ashley Mill;e Cochran and .

:. Next Saturday night, July 4th, Cub Scout News
there will he no Teen-Town The Cub Scouts of Puck 310
: dance as there are too many held their monthly Pack Meeting customers in Titusville vicinity
others attractions In vogue that .
:.:. at Fox Lake last Sunday afternoon
... evening commencing at 2:00p
On Saturday, July llth. Teen- .m. The theme of the meet.
.. Town will feature the 'Flaming ing was "Cub Scout Olympics"If
Tempos" the band from Orlando the theme had been Cub
who did wonders for the young Scout Aquatics, it would have
people ft Fun Town in Orlando. been more appropiiate.
The local Teen-Town hud tried In order to limber the Cub
again and again{ to book this Scout up for the forthcoming
land and at last have succeeded. contest! Impromptu/ softballgame
This bund has played In many wo staged between/ the
Youth Centers 1tb/ State of Cub Scout and their mothers
Florida and Is an excellent at. and fathers As the game cameto
traction for the young people. Its conclusion, to did the -
The oily sour note In/ all teen-/ splendid weather.
town's doings Is that the Civic Just as the judges and the com
Center Hall is woefully small for mlttee were about to start tho This modern,=, banking service accepted and acclaimed in the east

all the' this young dance people every who Saturday patronize and Olympic cent Races everyone, the scurrying rains'.came to \t' .Opt u ...' >'" ".. and midwest for the past several years-is brought to Titusville for

nlglit. shelter under the Pavilion. To I ? the first time by the Brevard National Bank. Serving as a credit
keep things from too J '.
growing *
Family Reunion soggy amid monotonous, Cub. center, the Bank acts as an accounting, bookkeeping, and collection -

Mrs. Ray Langlols and seven mortcr Rick Bairctt held a brief 'JF..'?, office for the participating merchants, and enables customers .

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FEEDING "WILD" BIRDS Liz Lang and Curtis Wil- ,'. t I -
son, Refuge Manager Men'lit Island National Wild Life -
., Refuge;: seemed to enjoy feeding the "wild" Scrub Jay CITATIONS FOR SENIORITY-The \ar- as North Brevard Crusade chairman, Mrs
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bread crumbs from their hands at the Girl Scout Day chapters Sororitywere ;
SPECIAL PROGRAM Sev- narrated the story, "The Road Not Taken", Wilson awarded citations for their outstand Armistead, Brevard County Crusade
Camp. was guest speaker on two days and discussed -
eral I members of First Methodist Church's Natalie Hoffman had the devotion and wild birds and conservation.-(Carlson Photo). ing service in the 1964 American Cancer Chairman who presented the awards; Mrs.
M.Y.F. presented a special religious pro- Greg Manning read the scripture. Mem- Crusade at the Crusade Awards Banquet Ray Massa, XI Delta Mu and Mrs. Charles
gram for youngsters in the Brevard Co. bers of Gateway Welcome Wagon Club ef recently at Whispering Hills Country Club. Pierce Eta Eta. Absent for a picture was
Juvenile Home recently. Dale Man served refreshments to the young people rI '; sow. From left are Mrs. J, B. Leutwyler who the representative of the Nu Phi Mu chap-
ning kneeling, did a chalk drawing following the program.-Carlson Photo). received a personal citation for her work ter. (Carlson Photo).

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Scout Shown the last 1..1., +a'" I... .
Day Camp recently. putting up
"official welcomer" are, from left Mrs. L W. Lucas, BIG CANCER CHECK( L. D. Messacar, are Mrs. James Armlstead. Brevard County

......D h .;x :s- (, _..." IA; ...-, ._ crafts director; Valerie Cadwallader, Cindy Hoffman, chief of cost control for General Dynamics, Crusade Chairman; Dr.. Harry Cathryne
"- Josie Robertson, Cathy Claridge and Mrs. Frank Hubin- presented a $2000 check to officials of the Park, president of the Brevard Unit of
TEACHER FETED Mrs. ,Johnny Els- and other teachers at the school. From ger, crafts consultant. -Carlson Photo). Brevard County Cancer Crusade during American Cancer Society, Virgil Schenck, I
wick, a teacher at Bayview Elementary left are Mrs. Charles Sumerlin, hostess, their awards banquet at Whispering Hills vice-chairman of Brevard Crusade and
School was feted with a Stork Shower Mrs. Elswick and Mrs. Earl Poff, co-hos- Country Club recently From 1 leftRECEIVE Messacar (Carlson Photo).
recently by several home room Mothers tess.-(Carlson Photo).

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SYSTEM Shown is A. P. designated rooms to receive the '-
pro Special citations "for helping to strengthen vllle Loyal Order of Moose, Lodge 1902;
Beaudoin, Director of Information Services gram, originating from a central studio. the fight against Cancer" and Mrs. of
"WANT SECONDS? Cook-out day was a big eventat /( :( were a- Roy Ramsey president Titus-
at Brevard Junior Colleges, examinIng The system is currently being "checked Girl Scout Teresa warded during the awards banquet at vllle Woman's Club who accepted the citation I
Day Camp Tompkins, is shown
and installed close- out" and should be for the
ready use by
recently the Hills Club. Ad- behalf of the Rainbow Girls. .4-
being served seconds on the cold drinks by Mary Durian, Whispering( : Country on
circuit television system. The system is de- fall trimester which. begins in the latter cook for the day in Unit 9.Carlson Photo). miring their citation are, from left, Mrs. (Carlson Photo).
signed to permit hundreds of students in part of August.BAMBOO Larry Robinson, publicity chairman; Al

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visitor at Girl Scout Day Camp last week was a larue
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Life Refuge Mgr. is shown talking about the visitor with
TABLE A group of Cadet Girl Scout In the TEACHER HONORED Mrs. Charles Summerlin, left ._ .. several Girl Scouts and Brownies attending the camp.
recent Day Camp program made a very useful table by presented a gift to Mrs. Earl Poff recently on behalf of ---- --- From left are Cindy Davis, Dolores Mewbourn, Cindy
lashing Bamboo sticks together with twine. From left Home Room Mothers for her class at Bay,' ew Elementary Sandra Ahrens, left, and Carolyn Lookabaugh, Diana Payne, Wanda Sparks, Debra Wler-
are Dorothy Sasko, Becky Jones and Carol Heasley. School. Mrs. Poff was honored at a luncheon in Lambert worked together In holding and chopping wood enga, Karen Owmby and Amy Chaddock. (Carlsoft
((Carlson Photo). Mrs SummerLn's home on LaGrange Lane.CarlsonPhoto for their unit's big conk out at Girl Scout Day Camp re Photo). ;
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.AMnm t ..... tor .>*... SALXSHEU wasted 19 Minute MOONLAND DOWN. Carrie .
JTw W.4 *. Fl*. CL08B TH a bedroom, unfurnixh- Cleaners: Flrtle flai. under new bat M sIN
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II r ed apartment, stove and refrig Mobile Home Sales pay ill No clawing. teats. Phone
atot.2l7-7( 60.APARTMENT C
"Aar? AD UTa w.r4 for rent, centrally Will sail enroll yes la our SERVICE: Featuring Ws.Beghoaae _*,

.:.::: located electrically equipped, r I ummev caune in modeling, U& North of Overpass) BT BUILDER. bedroom, central teal beat and air. eeettttieninc
adults, oaly. 2.11111.AIaCONDITIONED. ehamt, and self Improvement.For air, ail heal, wall-to-wall carpet, '
Tltuaville Tie lee
I. larfwmatton call 287 B508. 207-5693 many extra Large corner lot. .ducted to every rees
beautifully Whispering Hill Road to Greenwood ely kitchen feature t the bad
VATABLB lit ADTANCMMI AD* furnished new one bedroom, PART TIME boekkerriiif, peat- 32 x 1, trailer with Tandem axle 2 blocka north Make the some WIItiRIHeeat.......
1304-08 Palmetto lag possibility of foil tone work awl hydrauliC dolly wheels Ideal term with Masonry Inc., 267548t .
.* sMkltlM4 AMMIBUl pates, apartments trailer breakfast bar and centpfete -
for farm Range,
or heavy duty
later. Mra, Miseon,
near Pirtle Pla a, 1125 r call 267-7211.
__- : boat trailer. 1260. Apply at set ol beautiful cablawt
a..HIeA:: ...... Rate A..bIe. monthly. COLORED WOMAN wanted for Rocket Motel 2 mile north of HOLIDAY SPECIAL---I Gleaming white terraa floors

'I'M ern:_......._ tile FLORaOlAN APARTMENTS cloa I eua* work on Saturdays. Own Mim. 3 BEDROOM 2 bath throughout. Large utility room

,.lto. d ..,.are or rleea.. efflcieneiaa weekly JIIoatlll7ntel ranaportatioa and telephone. Move In now. I .
in, I HENSLEE, 1959,1 x 29, new paint enough for your workshop
AM large
My .JMIIIII II.. whlak. M MW coaditianed/ Julia 7-2071 alter 5.30; p.m. Best In city. Zeke Evans
NJWorW l lIk ad r ...._ tb. air excellent condition, $300-400< Construction, 267-3267. and laundry. Picturesque
d MF ..__at Street MALI HELP: w T D down and assume appro $45 I landscaped lot with lots of beautiful -
ergs tIIM nd..d s .dare Ie monthly payment 267-5608. MOVE IN TODAY, aidcondltloned
Miter it tkl* M* r.TV APARTMENT FOR rut 802 Tropic shrubs Only $450: dowa
.!-*.- wlU M* tokM Street, Titusville.UNFURNISHED T-V' AND APPLIANCE salesmanfor 3 bedroom. 2 bath home In Forest'
t.eee.rbr M n* a.. appliance Department. W. T. AM LEAVING CAPE are*. 1960 Hllla. Fireplace, screened porch, and approximately $7S monthly
sassMrtt... w win III Mraw S room apartment 2 bedroom 10'xM' Buddy Trailer dishwasher, disposal, double gar principal and interest.
Co. Titusvllle.
.. Forty. pay
doe rase b ""- .
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frntHo on acre Will sell
central separately FHA terms 267-7821.
awa M e. MM .ab7. tbs.lb. airconditloned. Week, t to 5. Apply age.
salt of (b .po",. ...up''" bytb. heat, lovely kitchen, range and Tom Smith at Grants. 4238985.Motorcycles. Remember All Lakevlew
.. tbs dv.rtW..L refrigerator, yard maintenance Hills residents will won have

provided. Adult couple only G i ALLiBORERhbhauf.. For Sale I WEST WOODMANOR their own marina, beach and

........emu -M male Bta... 267-4587. fuer's license. P. a Box 3, 267- beautiful
recreational on
Dial AM *-o U 3831. area
Oflh noun 1:00: to I:" RIVER GARDEN Apartment* --- South Lake. Drive out Garden
opposite I Howard Jonnaon's, furnished -- -.JI' "I FIRST CLASS cabinet makers, 1002 267-5279.
,14 w.I.... ,. turn north on Carpenter
bedroom e"-.IM-" # .t Street
and unfurnished, ,2 Tropic Street,rear
Special NoticePETE air conditioned. Sydney I Moving StorageLOCAL Road and look over the activity
S. "The boss says if this keeps up we can all haw the OLD DIXIE HWY.
Schwartz, Realtor 1141 Hop presently underway.
rest of the off!
WADDELL former ownerof bins Avenue, 2676100. summer AND LONG distance movers.
PeU'i Barber Shop if now located Moving, storage packing,
APARTMENT OR trailers. Weekly FIRE DEPARTMENT cold fur a Full Tile Bath, Central
at the Indian River Plaza, For Rent For Sale shipping, storage, crating.
on highway 50. The barber shop monthly rates, adults only Free estimate 267-3341. Heat. Built-in Banjo with
Vacancies for Firemen Second
la located in the Mall next to 504 Garden. COLLECTORS ITEM laroa Tower Clan Experience unnecessary. Brevard Ridgeway: Mayflower. Hood, Sod Lawn and Shrubs
aew Pat OffIce Commercial Buildings For Rent musket, excellent condition. One Inquire 513 Palm Ave.TUn Musical Instruction Choice of Color Flxturs

WHY SUFFER with the heat? SINGLE ROOM for gentleman la Decorator musket, new OneM. PRICES START AT
MAGNOLIA PLAZA, store hand See stBelle's I
Now la the time to get all Alum lease suitable apace for private home. 267.5759. L gun new. PURE SERVICE, full and PIANO LESSONS: Qualified enperlenced .
for rent or Sporting Goods.
inum Hurricane Awnmga. 267-7901 part time, experienced help teacher. Beginner
office 20 60 ft. $125 monthly --
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I ROOM WITH use of household fa. REPOSSESSED SINGER mechanic and station attendants and up. 267-9282 $14,900
phone 207.1929.AIRCONDITIONED duties of it. $2*
Animals *a July per needed.
Like New
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COMMERCIAL week, single I ; $30 per week Make ; lgt'fi MakesButtonhoies. Real Estate

HORSES BOARDED building, containing approximately _double. Call 2874333. Sew On Button, I Livestock Ready For Occupancy

Individual slaw daily exercise 1200 sq. ft. with living GUEST HOUSE furnished, also Blind Hem, Monogram Embroiders HOUSES FOR SALE 267-5437 267.5293 267-2802
correct feeding quarters. Plenty of parkIng I utilities, by week or month. Darns Patches, I 1 YEAR OlD Bay Gckling and
OAK HILL 345.3<<1 I located on U. S. 1, 1521 Phone 367-4103. Etc All Without Attachment, ._trailer.... $'! 267.2511 after S p.m. NEW SMYRNA pool home BEACH Swimming FOREST HILLSNEW
Washington Ave., across street Sold New for $329 Now Assume near ocean 3 BEDROOM on lake In Country
Boats For Sale from now Beau Kivage Apartment AIR CONDITIONED ROOM overlooking Remaining t Payments of $9.75. \ Mobile Homes Full price $18,000 with $80000 Club Heights CaU 267-5241 after 4 BEDROOM a bath home
building now under con Cape. On U. S. 1. T.-. I Trade In Accepted Ph. AM 7- down monthly payment $102. 4 p.m. in exclusive Forest Hill. Priced
Would consider small
10 FT. CRISBANK, cruiser, 10 struction. Willing to alter to suit vision. 2674103. 5530. TRAILERS FOR RENT trade. Call 428-644 New house In at $18.950 with $850 down.
trailer tenant. For Information call 26T3865 I' Smyrna HOLIDAY TREATA
motor, Murrey
HP Mercury -
best offer over $1000. 26* owner. $1150 k'ZotE Mimi: per week. 115-LBr GYM weight set 287-3096. HOUSE TRAILER. 2 bedroom, $75 -Beetle-or--write-P. a Bo. 2026. DELIGHTFUL 2 bedroom homo, This MedalUo home features
Phone XT3097. : monthly, ,electric cooking
gas I situated close to everything Only
580 after e p.m.Building CASES back YOU BUY, 1 go on vacation 1- Wan
DUPLEX FOR RENT SHOW eases photographic and water furnished. Buck'sFish 2 left. They won't last Zeke ((5) Watt t. carpet
4 bedroom left, double
camera and equipment garage, I
Cam 275267.
& Const. SLEEPING ROOMS and efflclen. at coat. Missile movie and air conditioned, family room, I Evans Construction 267-3267. (b) Enclosed Florida room
UNFURNISHED: ,, 2 bedroom, $100 etc for rent. Ml Orange St. 267- elides 2673766. SECLUDED AREA. $19.600. Restricted area. Forest
Lights and water !
FREE ESTIMATES monthly, $21 damage deposit. 3400 furnished. Adults only, no Hill. Zeke EvaN, 267-327. ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only (e) Central heat and air conditioning
Building Construction CaU 267-75M. RENT A PIANO OR ORGAN .. Call 267-3288. IRC. .: 25e each a the Star-Advocate by GEd
A.B.C.-C.I. or BANK WAREHOUSE FOR RENT Also accordions, guitar, band In. TITUSVILLE, GARDENDALE S Office
bedroom 2 bath, FHA loan ( )
FINANCINGCommercial struments. Enroll for summer TRAILER SUITABLE for 1 or 2 Pay
bedroom built in Avail
and Induatrlal able. 267-6901., range. NEW APPROXIMATELY 1800 act. lessons. All rental will apply on adult, Minis, $50. 267-1670. ments. $112 monthly. 2909 Holly, (Conttnuea on Next Pagt) ( ) Sidewalk and curb.
Remodeling and Additions ft. with air conditioned paneled purchase price of Instrument of 267-5368.
New Steel Buildings office. $125 monthly on choice. TRAILERS FOR SAL
Ph. 267-5695 Tltusville lea 118. Call 267-2666! or 267-6317. I KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC
bedroom furnished horn
4 bedroom home brand 997-2
62 NATIONAL 10 x 50, 2 bedrooms MW Have BUYERS For
NIDY CONSTRUCTION, resident- UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom bourn, I SMALL OFFICES and warehouses ; 2126 W. Tropic 267-6389 Apply Lot 10 Dixie Trail. In area of much higher priced in good location near the Coun

Isis, commercial and remodeling electric range, carporte and still. for rent. 200 square feet, NATIONAL CASH register. $111; er Park. home Small: down payment and COMMERCIALSpot try Club on a very large lot.

12 yeara In TltuavlUe. Licensed ity room. IRC, $80 monthly 2871928. alreonditioned office plus 600 sq. electric cash register, $160 i; 1958 ARDNER--Bx32: o-bed.; only $85 down monthly total paymentVA for office building. Group Exceptionally low price of
AM 7-2326. table and no payment BRENTWOOD has plane and need
md bonded. Phone ft. warehouse apace $125 monthly counters, mannequins, money
mREE.B.EDROOMS. baths each J. W. Childre Real rack. Barr Wholesale, ill W. room, excellent. conduioo. $1300. ESTATES, west on Gar building site.RESIDNTIAL. $8900 Requires $4000 down
Business Opportunity Mendel Lane, nice section $125 ty. 267.5563.: Central Ave., Orlando. boll.Dixie. Trader Park. Lot 7, Lang- den St., AM 7-7142 or 632-5655. and assume mortgage of apoprox.

month. 267.3504. FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES S BEDROOM 2 bath, by owner. S Bedroom 2 bath, quick $4900.
area. 267-
HOUSE FURNISHED: 4 roams Office clearance sale on an merchandise Whispering LOTS 843-All new brick four ((4) bedroom
4 Lot on 2 corner space for I,I carport, utility room. 207 492. Repair Shop on floor. Hurry while it MOBILE HOME OWNERS -- home located In Whispering -
itorw. I52'xl72' on U.S. 1 and fora or Storage Space lasts. 2111 Garden St.. Nidy MR. ZEKE EVANS wants you to Builder In Need Of Lot,
homes 152'xllO' on Dixie Highway OFFICI&VoR RENT FROM $30 MONTH Shopping Center, 267-5733 or 267- LIVE RENT see this even if you don't needa ACREAGENeed Hills. Has large family
10% down will I secure ownership 1926. room and enclosed ,ara,..
at 810 S. Hopkins Ave. new home. Lovely 3 bedroomin
; OFFICES (I rooms) over 1500 5 to 10 Acres for Im-
loan will construction
pay CaU Write J. J. Rosen Forest Hills 2 bath alrconditloner Close to golf count, school
ft. All or part. Furnished or un or : FREE mediate development,
rats excellent location near
; furnished. Off street CaU .iM: 71 St. Miami Beach-66-8272 Help' WantedMEN 22 ft. living room, garage 2 buyers. and shopping. Priced right
Tttuavllle build now. For inspec- .
Lion, phone; 2671481. CONFORTI REALTY. Realtor I. $20 down payment and $20 a only $18,800. 267 3267. Have several large Investor at a low $18,750 with only $850
!! __ WAREHOUSE:, suitable for shop from Midwest scheduledto
267-1251. in center of j AND WOMEN aged 21-45 to. month will buy your own full 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath, new lowdown rroupa down.
or storage
SERVICE STATION for lease garage ''tln for manager and assist acre mobile home lot at beautiful !- payment. Nicest section laTitiuvllle. tour area for investment in
town. H. Hudson at Star- ;
Paid training and minimum In. ROOMS FOP HINT Advocate.See H. ; in bantam type Lake Louis Estate Forest Hill. 267-S564 the next 60 days Call now. 768-Popular Tltusville flits club

veitment. For Information phone ROOM FOR rent, 2 men, River- grocery stores. Apply: Ltl General Become your own landlord. Need additional site. located on river for lease.
Jim Beamon Holly Hill. 2553211. view Reataurant. WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER con- Store, 2120 Garden St., Ti- Don't tear up rent receipt each ENJOY THE charm of living in a Space Real Estate Inc: Liquor license including pack
i SGROCERYfor; itructlon. Any tize up to *.O00 tuivllle. month. Many famlUes now reside Kingnberry red brick home by Schlueter
Glen 267-6668
ale orlease CLEAN ROOMS, working men, $9 square feet, lease 267-0564. Industrial In our beautiful trailer community Manuel Builders, on Lily Lake at age, cocktail lounge and dining
by owner, Scottsmoor. weekly up. 18 N. Palm Ave., or commercial space FEMALE HELP WANTID : visit ua and see for 525 Key Largo East Imperial room. Confidential Information -
267-0809. 2670234. yourself the finest ..If-owned Estates, IRC, 267-8495.
avaUable. on this exclusive listing
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Camping HuntingTAKE I PRIVATE ROOMS, men only, 7 day week. Apply Palmetto LAKE park. HOTTER THAN A FIRECRACK- I available to qualified buy
privilege of household, newly Bar. I ER Then cool off with a home : er.
YOUR vacation In a Florida decorated at 419 Main Street, $15 on East Orlando Estate Road built by Zeke Evans Construction'we
camper. Make reservations now. week, after 10 j>.m. 2679184. CITIZEN'S BANDS. RCA Mark PHOTOGRAPHIC MODELS rigid ; Bithlo, Florida Rt 50 use that central aircondition- 552-DOWNTOWN U. S. No. 1
VII CRM-P3A-5 Layfay- requirements. P. O. Box 2054 Phone 277-5283
type ; :
Call Double J. Campers, 207-1384. ng you hear so much about 267- FRONTAGE. 168 fl. on busy
NEW ROOM private entrance, ; 115 volt A-C Tltusville. Phone 267-7279 between : or 3267.
Child Care private bath 267-6634. 12 tevliIDIC:: :: andcar 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. ALLEN REALTY 1 } : U. S. No. lln center of town.

I -- -- -- antennas, compfete with I R. R. No. 1, Box 364 Read Star-Advocate Classifieds! Priced below market for quick
cables $100. Phone Geneva, S Miles N. Of Cocoa sale $20,600 with 25% down,
KEEPERSMerritt Private home. 267-6795. 34>>-4902, ...' need money to buy a car, houae'l Cocoa 638-3790 t
KIDDIE furniture. Earnings $2 to $ balance over 5 yrs.
LOVELY AIRCONDITIONED room GiVEAWAY kittens; ChryslerImperial hour with Avon. CaU now. Call I Directions Rout 50- 1 mil Kids Walk to School!
Island and Indian in refine home. Twin beds 1957 $000; IB ft. boat- 254-7840 after 8 p.m. or write past Bithlo Cutoff ., : 404-Over one full acre restricted

River City private entrance and bath TV. traller-motor; $200. 267.0072. Avon Mgr, P. 0. Box 1408,. Eau homeslte, has real country
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t 24 Hour Service Furnished for comfort 267-3096. CAR'E T RTOOLStople; Gallie, Floridji.! I ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only PT i atmosphere and 1s Just minutes -

LOW RATES, clean private rooms (electric motors), 2673206. SATES LADY WANTED, sewing 25o each at the Star-Advocate away from town. Paved
Phone 267-9570 for work men. 267-6185. experience preferred, F it S streets of course and excellent
GE REFRIGERATOR and boys 26"bike. Dept Store, 323 Washington Moms
Call after 1 p.m. 267.2432. Ave Love the Kitchens! water, nice trees and good

__ fertile soil. An ideal place for
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LIKE Niw-iier-ator; size 10.4 WANT MAID for Saturday day BUILDERSWANTED ? i your children and pet to play

ft. Call 267-0398. work. Must. have transportation. $2995 Is the total price with
Call 267 6216 after 6
1960 TRAVELO. 10 x 50, front kitchen Just $295 down and $40 mon
--- Dads Relax in Comfort!
2 bedroom carpet In living! MANAGERCORT thly.
room, with large metal awning. COSMETICS has opening for
A 1959 Chevrolet truck. 427-11>'2, full.time Division Manager. Must "FOREST HILLS 191-40 acre In exceptionallyfine

New Smyrna- Beach. I have car, phone, experience in ESTATES"JUST -HUNTER location off Garden Street
direct selling. Salary For interview
10 SHEETS PLYWOOD, slightly write P. O. Box 7471 Or A FEW LOTS PRICED FROM near Fairglen Subdivision Excellent
3 and 4 Bedroom used 3/4" exterior value $1150, I lando. Give resume of past ex LEFT! PARK HOMES site for large housing
now $4.50 after 10 p. m. 2679184. $16,200 FHAIN
perience. project. Priced at a low $2000

ELECTRIC SHAVER service CHAS JANNARONXTltuiville : BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES acre, 29%" down and balance
Homes In Big Supply, ShnpDlng Center
all make. Jay Bee OD'I INDIAN RIVER CITY 2874221 over 5 years.190ACREAGE .
Indian River Pia!. each at Star-Advocate Office. AM 7-3441

I located just

FOREST HILLS north of Mima. Total of 8 acres

SEE OAKWOOD "North Brtvird's Oldest Real Estate Service" with good road frontage pricedat

t a low $1500 per acre with
Ready for Occupancy & 29% down.ATRAILER. '

I ; Custom Built With You In Mind! MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing 1114/4c(J! LOT. Large lot

nC in North Mime include trailer

: and cabana, deep well air
el3aulA .
Central heat and air
conditioner and fence. $6000
CHllDRE'i"t. weA1 P a AM 741111
2 Car Enclosed Garage JESS W. with terms.

v1 Many Many Extras! T LARGX 79 x 110' LARGE POOL 1. TOP COMMUNITY Adjacent to schools. Three

LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHTJFTLEBOARDHORSESHOES bedrooms, two baths. Freshly decorated. $14,000.00with

only $45000 down payment. Monthly pay. I

SALESMAN ON PREMISES WATER: ; Etc ments $80. 0 plus insurance and taxes.


; THE SIGNS! 2. FOR SALE Trailer lot. Close In 100' deep -

a $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO $3,000.00. DANENBURG

ACREAGE 3. FOR RENT' Three) bedrooms, 2 baths, prime com

REACH OAKWOOD: From Tituflrtn fo north on munity. Occupancy today.

san v--*' U.S. 1 to Mima. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more) 200 acres North of Mimi. ODe mile REALTY

mile to our entrance on right For tree Informationcall of River frontage one mile of

Fisher Const. 287-5586. railroad frontage. Only $S5O per ,.'Jan.eonwa, & lA/inlltad{ ..9nc.I 1514 South Washington

acre, terms, AM 7-3858
Call: Mr. Floyd B. Stone with
267-0564 DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY 1 J. W. Child,. Realty I REALTORS INSURORS Where buyer and seller expect

AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK AM 7-2541 Dial AM 7- 2011 Day. Night or Holidays and get better and faster service

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Continued Proceeding Page Real Estate Services Want To Trad FANY. a HWWa wnatirallnnPlaintiff of lha ffaral year 1JW4builget '.. V" .-.
Real Estate I Thla mnedng' la for Ih* pu.. ,,! U.ORANDTOl '
Real Estate \O n>* of heartiiH. roqneata and. ip4atnta Dot..a.. .
I HOUilS P6* SALU PAINTING, erpertJ reliable and FULL SIZE bed for half alt; bed gAftllRTO'I : ': 'rV1t':; : : 11 I fmm in* public rrgnnllngthla JOYCB!: U'lItANn
J "" ."I. whlih .ovlo1.. funili.. 1401 Menlo Avenue JNapii
HOUSES 1'01 ALl HOU3IS FOR UU It- BEDROOM t BATH home In latlafytnc! work. Ettlnatca (ladly. KIT for Ida, eKuannlirn. operation ammalnlenano Cahfurnln. ,
& .. AM i-vrn. -- 3208Work----- --- cA iirt Mrnta WKSAVRRtlltMIDRNt : of th* Ihrea alrpnrl YOU ARM HRRKHr NOTiriEIHthat : ,.. ,
Whioperlng Hllla. $1200 down, Wanted : 'K \I.t1t.NU\\'N) ...eriteil. by tha Dtelrlct. tn.wn, Th. a milt findtvnrc" baa heed. .
Y OWNER, S bWroom 2 bath NOW IS THE TIME monthly payment $117 Z67-4194S. TI-4' '* Airport, Ihe A A. Dunn Air rilml! agalnat you la th* Circuit ,.
central atrcntiddjomng/ lawn to SEE: the delightfully differentnew FREEMILP. Jr.I.MA j wTtn: hie wif* '' pnn, and lha" Merrill lulanil Airport f iiurt: of Ihe Ninth. Jildli lal Circuit, .
LAKEFRONT ESTATES haa the WRITE WOMAN wlnhex, (o do Iroflrng CUKHIUKNtB" lit KNOWN) In and fir llrevurd Cnuntv Klorlda, ,
clout to school in Colonial Heights
pump, new and J7dj BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION and :H"IMA"1I: OIl' R1IV.NUICR: ANt> entltlil lleOKAND
shopping center Monthly pa,. I ., an with I homes with advantage* you'lllike. In my horn*, Chari* by day. En a (ml Bll.anknnai pereoniKariNm ";"'''II'TII .'1IK TH..., FlH'A I.l' I. Plnlntirf:IMKOIlOICU V JOUE reOKANJ>,,

merits $98 Indian River Heights, baths. Designed' for the modemrnlCi $ bedrooms, 1H bathi atlt.6M K70171RN ) anil lefendafita who claim' NAil K.NDINO MKI-I!: 'KMHr.K Jo, l No. IWMI.

267S342 their many needs byan $ $500 down, $79.38 monthly Suburban "" tndrt *r ag.IIII l. ih* 1MBTa Ynu ate tiiichy reqi frad ta aerva *
: : P and 1. 24 morvgage. DESIRES work. |)frfetaMy atrtffealil. 1 *** H. mill nn nmeiaedvaluation ropy of yn", "mawxr or other. writ* .
including year
j In thisfield I :
specializing iAKtlB MRftttt ,,, dnf.li. .
WKAVRTt: of ten n ta Ihe Cnmplnlnt filed
office. Call 267 nHt 2 T1
DIAN RIVER HEIGHTS, 2 bedroom From $98 to JllO a month Lar,. loU. Juit aouth of 2011 U. S. 1 N. 267-8411 .Or- and KM.MA I. WKAVKH In ('ounly <'imiralonvra .. herein upon Jl'HTIOR MtlARKr,

large lot $650 down everything Included, Immediateoccupancy Whispering Hills Country Club wheiln. .r aa m ntiaea, helra, nevHieva. IHeirlila I. I i.n.1 Attorney, for llalnnff ,.. o ftoH .
I 44 Barley graftfe**, ".. llni>ra 4 | Ml..,KHIIHI. I .. CiKoa Hi aih. rinrlda, and t*>
Rout 40t)
$so monthly par* all No closing little nothing ( =: :::
or tTn IJt: PAINTING INTERIOR or extcr I ., .I : rued Ham Operator* ..UNI, noIraael file th* original thereof In Ih* -
cost.Phone: : 7B2SIVi down Call 1 today tor directions. Inc., Satisfaction a. Ie ..c'b .n.1 .11 uf whllm ..... 1.21., (MlMlKii'llnneoui ftc* of Ihe tlirk of the ('IrcnltCnurt .
lor. guaranteedFree .
a.1I.... I. unknow.. Inrame IIKWUOTOTAI of llrev.nl County. Tlhl.vllli. .
BEbftOOM, bath lake over cgk8tS} BEAUTIFUL NEW tfiletel. with .. eatimatea 267 3129. and KrriMATrnBKCRIPTM" Klarlda. nn or bifora tha 29: day ol

I payment No qualifying!:, 267ism. large basement bedroom, 3 .:..b .nil all unknown petann. : : IHIIfclnOO' July' A D I KI4
bath paneled room hardwood ".M". .nil Aefffidanta. an to :
I Hetarlna nf hmployeei | JOonAIM( ( ) Confeeeo will I be *ntereil
r'f.al :
e heatand Pinking aheir atiarpencd.Pkon eoc .ncl all of wbnm' rolld'II.I I.
LUXURY LIVING new brick floors. u."anwn, .... or thtlmlng to uellnnenua. hqulpment tmiouuAilmlnletrallva g.ln.t ynu fnr th* relief prayed ;
ENJOY THE charm of In 267.9208.Ustd .1'1. for In aald .
living a $2000. Hupplliaand Cnmplnlnt J .
air conditioned. .
Klngsberry. red brick horn by fencer, 4 bedroom, 3 tile bath, Carpenter Road, Vt mirt iwrUi of :: : ::1 :;' 't: ,.::::::'' ::o: Kipeniiea<: MOM DONR AND OHDkKRD: at Tllu.vllle .- "' .
built In and dishwasher rang oven Car & Trucks .
arty th< 'U"jooci 011.1.t.t
[ Manuel Builders on Lily Lake Garden St. Phone JG7-062T e.t ri equipment. Tnoonn *. A.I n. IIM4, :
Intercom of the ahhv* <4
and disposal. L atvh raiiMv via : ,
I at S2S Largo East : : Ineuranra .Heal 1))
Key Imperial I. a III K"R U MI.WOiilt Kofeal, limiiNI tCourl .
Estates, IRC, 2678495tuSTOM with AM and FM radio, central I960 4 DOOR Chevrolet Brftnk. Dirlliin' B. acorilln to (ha Matihrreof hngineerlni, !! Consultant CURTII! II. BARNBK: .
: oil beat and aircondltlooed, LOTS FOR SAL wood atation wagon power OVER THESE K. iwnrneA. In Pint Ker. ].4IM.00Ix Clerk nf th* Circuit. ourt for, ." .
HOMES In restricted ar1 wood burning fireplace, wall to brakea $97S Hoak 14, l>a.a Wl'. nf I ho J'rtt.llo >gal. Counnl Pent llmiixiAn Mrevnrd Cnuntv Florida
Bleerinn power Hy V, "If ItpanglerDeputy '
1 eas, or on your lot, we have fin- wall carpet, double car giraffe, i LOTS frontage, In Putnam County Sceper CrtrpiitatWi, can be uron Reoorda Miiridai"' luKi-tbir if Dratard'with the Oiirkty rill.leWln. -, "mini KiTvlirn and I'IllllleaIravil ..8'K'.IMI WMHKITelephiiae '; Clerk I .. .

I anting plans, lots of custom Ideas fully laudicaped, comer lot, Deep! Well, fruit t"I. cabin, .( Indian River Pare. smite NEW CARTRADES .: 1, AoI"UIIII.. Pro.moiliina Jim* IT-14. July I. a (Wed.) lleM

I large homes small homes free $2700 down. For appointment trailer Station 1'Water Jlenlor lOleotrlnauh.. and, Hlgna 180000MHlnteaanne 11 ,
$3,000 or trade clear acme : THK: < IHM IT ( til MT IN AND!
[ planning service, decorator aerI 2671928. cash Box 75, Geneva* Phone ___ ___ lit Bo*.| AKT.41 f-LM: 4X1 UalI I llullilliigirartlltlea if AlrimrtHunwiya .....1 rOH HIIH. 'HI> ('IMNrV, r!.<..." ,
I vice Zike Evani Construction 84 FORD GALAXIE 100, all pow Qlt IDA. NO 2HM4I
349 4843. 1-iim In Hrih 1"'4JI nnonnn( (
1287. TREES? : :: It"r: : lanil IHPriTY: NATIONAL MTU IN.
A.aiilHtliin.Dunn .
3267JIHSPERING. er. lesi t than 3000<< *7.rftt I -- -' NniR In ? We have EDGEWATER, BEAUTIFUL tako up payment' *. AM 1-Hunt U Wall 'lIrn.OII laternatliinal I Alranrl Doiiono ,
OAKS s Bedroom, IN FLORIDA, you say wooded lot on hlTI 135 x 125. Partial List Of Cars rtucleJ to every mum Iteaerve fi* ('nnllnneni'lea' IIMMMIINIlleeurfailng Plaintiff,
|2 bath family room, cornet lot 0 homes left, on tots with pines 1964 FORD FAIR LANE 500, all H Tu enlraui'* road Y.DOl .
Realty *ME. --- ---
Park Avemi -
oaks if Ire looking for $3300 Knh.u.l: fan with hoixt Modern tn 1'1-1'0 Alrpnrl TOdflOO( (
and you 7481U with aidewalks $:SOlI down, DO Park Avenue, Edgewatcr.! extrai, reasonable. 287- Mnlil lit.T.iM W ter II'..... at T\-Cu\ .
I closing costs 1706 Smith Dr. So. a homo, not just an ordinary I Ni rae H..frlB r lor No. T19-UIW Airport T10000 *
house but home plan for your STATION 63 FORD 'XI' CONV : TOT At. NDTHV OP '"t IT
U'lraso<< call 2671770 a Services Rtt. wagon:, lnilu.lln the buil.llnn ,ana, >pliurtonanuea KUTIMATKDKXPKNDITI TIIHJ! MTATK lir riXIKIDATut
enjoyment, call today. S and:i Ford $290 each. 518 Polaris InoaliMl Iherann anil .: IIK* IIOODflOO. Dorotliy Jnan llelrher. 4re.ldcnoe .
4 bedroom 2 baths, central Street, 267-0498. 390 Auto Loaded iutelhrr with lha furnllure Hy nnler of the Airport Aulhnrlly unknown .
OF ALL klnda. Immediately __ furnlehlnia. anil flxluree iltuata of th* TIIII.vlll.C.H'i.. Alrpnrt DleATTRUTi -
heat ready for air From $98 to REMODELING I therein anil. lixile.l thereon Ir....., You ar* hereby notified that aaull >
$110 monthly Including everything done. Day* 2670890,, 1963 FORD f.350, atake body, low .YOU) ANIJ KACH Or YOU, ar* : 1 baa been. fllxd agnlnat you *. Jim FHAlow down, VA.nodown. nights, 267.0680.FURNITURE mileage, new condition, $1795 $$2995 ..i h noliried I mat a Comntnln Jnhn C. Plak*, Chairman Donald lleli. .her In lit* ennv* enIrlled '
Ternu 287639. h flleil hy tha" abova name< Jamei r'o..r. rauee. ami that ynu ar* regulred -
1:1':1r: Heoretary .. ..
t occupancyCOLONIAL TOUCH.UP and reo a ml nut you anil each nynti fun 14 July. I (Weil..I lOOt to file ymir aniwer wlln Ih* .
--- --- --
Clerk of thla Court and to eerva
1u Toreilnaa
Holland CROWN BUILDERS finishing, also antique work, '48 JEEP WACON. 2 wheel drive 'r bove-tlHicrllH-it' a proiHirly murtiaca In on thaImvaaiyleil lha II TNR IIHM IT 4OI ItT Or THININ1II copy thereof upon the ,plaintiff or

INC. 267.8621. guaranteed aervlce. 267-S733.IN $150, AM 7-8707 after 7. 63 FALCON 4 DR : nauae anil you .am Jlltll'l .l. tlHdIT 0" plaintiff, ;a p'1 I*n'I'nl':; : :, Walla n.maaad ]
eat h of ara rinmiM
you hnrehy ntqiMrad K IM AI> MIH HNKV :-
V S. No. 1 2 Milei fine: rmHiTromtortmeMTH : LET ME al'II '-u---;; ; ; or hoot, file an Aniwer or other: I'leaillnireipnnnlva I I 'HI> 4111' ,NTViMMKHv "' ( lark* and. Hamilton//ln':1O: HarneltNatlnnnl
North Of Mlms JMIM4ML 'IH< IT. J"AM Auto Salei 267.1520. 16" St and R & II therein with the Clerk J (- ; NO. IT..maNOTII Rank I Jackann*
At '
Browning ,
( \ vlll I. Plnrlila. not later than July
:: : :::: : : :, K>K HK JlKI> >t Rocket Motel AM 7 3097 MOKIII4lltM to aerva a enpv nf ainh Aniwer orolhnr FKDKRAI, NATIONAL MORTOAOIC 91. 11W4, If you fall I* del ao ile-
YUINIII\ 1961 RAMBLER CLASSIC custom, ore confn>no will hn enteredafttnal
refpoiiHlva "pro
Ileaillnir hi AHKnriATION
IN KE, K8TATB OP J SJiTl'TlC ( ''' Tl ORritNOBTEVK 4 door, heater, very clean, price $$1395 IMalnllffa Ailorneyn, tourahnn upon: nl J ,HIM .rtinlaeil. and e.lllInli under ynu for Ih* relief demanded.
NEW and USED LAIRA E. OOROAfl. >> : WILLIAM $1000 Call owner. 267 5177 Counhnn. ..M 411t Wre. .l. It I.1111 an Act of Cnngrem punuant lo lhafederal In lha complaint, Thla ault la t*
Fimo r-KtlTlOH: frrlJNICi'ilnf, '_ Meaih rinrlila, on or before th* Nitlimnl Mnrlgaga' Aaenolatlon foregone :niiiritnge: Th* real
O .... 'SlT excellent Jinh' tiar of July IMI4: niherwlaa thlalleiallnna Ac-l, having III prlnMli.l properly prnnee led agnlnel lat
t'i'I. IIIMC'I"'N'U'
YON l.i.t 4. Hindi II nf UNIVBKifITY -
of mil Complaint win lha I I liv nf \VnahInglnn -
MOBILE HOMES : 'TDK NORA BTUNtCHivfpnilint transportation' 2676618S5 be PAHK KrCTION A, aocordIng -
luhen ai ronfemied hy M.lrlil of ColumbiaMATTHRW
62 CHEV DR you
Notloa !I. hereby ftv n tint the TO NORA AONF.H STUN1CH _. B/A 4 HONK AND ONDMUKR at Ih* Plaintiff, tn Ihe Pint thereof, recorded
All.ntlu National Bank of Jaikionvlll In Plat Honk 19 at Pane IT ofth
llrevaril ...
4 $12S County tnurlhnuMi
.. o/o C R MhellonKoutu *
Sales And Rentals hai files It* fma.1 returnsEnecutor W'GON Public Henorda nf Brevard
riorlda ilila loth of
IMaftrh..l.r. day June
56 PONTIAC 145 8" St and R H ,
: or 111* Will of Lur* K Oblo 1984. WANDA J. PARKKH. hi. wlf County! : riiirldH '
dereaaeo: that It bai filed HKHKH NOTIFIEDthat : 55 CHEVY 4 dr V.8 175 CtRTIN R DARN!!:" UefnndiUtATB '.III., WITNFHM my hand and Ih* eeal .
: you ARte
; ( blalrlbtitlon I and cor of at Tltuivllle. Kloriua. ..
III or aald Cnurt
J Dlvorc BUICK 2 dr. hardtop 175 OP n ORIDA
fit 10.
Bill lierk
a Complaint of tha tbova-enlltled
and th.l July $$1595 IWCI .
on of June
Fin.I dlprhargn TOi MATTHHW PAftltrn and tkla lillh day
SPECIAL h.. been filed igsinil and you 195 Circuit" CourtBy
S2 IM4 It will apply to th* Honor- you of 54 OLD VI hardtop WANDA J. PAHKKH: bin. 'RTIM' K. BAKNKK, Clark
150 X 10 NEW BEDROOM bio I Virgil I 8. Ctinkllng County ara nqulnd. lo rwrv a lo copir tb BUI your. of 58 CHEVY 295 V' I Hnantleelienuly wife. whnee laat known reeldenea nf lha Circuit Cmirt: ..
$396000 Judge oC Brevard County. Florida. An Complaint>w r or in plncllni Iho Pl.lnllffl Attornry 60 PLYMOUTH 4 dr. 595 MRC\'IT ." !tICAL 1t la imi Arthur Avenuehe By V H. UpanglerDeputy

Cor and approval Cor in Order of aald of flntl Dtitrlbntronnil return* ROUBRT A BCOTT 2841Norch / BROWNING AUTO SALES _"- _I!. Tnn 0.111.. rlnrtda. (COURT MRAUJun Clark
Babiork gtrmt. N.lbournFlorida .. 61 PONT CAT 4 : are herehv notified (hat a
USED fop rinal Dl.ch.ru. AO. Bwoutor and tII.! th. orlilnal Anw 405 HOPKINS 267-1520 DR IN IIIK: tiitdir ('01'11., or TUNIh ault baa been filed. agalnit vou Inlha IT, .4. July 1. a (Wad) HMIN .
oC lh. Will oC Lur. K: Qorgai, .
[x S STEWART BEDROOM of abnva entitled vaiiM and thatyou
.r or plradlni In the Of lice JIIIKItl ('I.nlT IN AMIM
rieceaeedJune To ft ar* required Id flnt' your anawer THK': IIHII IT 11)1'MT 4>r THHXIVTII
$119500 22. 1K4THB the Clerk at ih. circuit Court onor Wanted Buy St V 8 R 4 11 : HMKVANII: ( UtNTt, KIOK.IN IIHIIIT.' IN
bror ATLANttt .NATIONAL you fall to do ao )udfm nt aydofault 4"IMNfKHY NO. M .4 with the tlerk nf thl. Court and. In "''It H IK HMKVAHD t tl' NTttrinmiM
BANK OF JACKSONVILLBBy will "ba tak.a anloit you USED HOUSE trailer, 12 to 16 ft !!IO JM'n: 10 ur..n ononr eerva a oany thereof upon tha
110% Down Local Bank Mary .. fnfleaA.U"KMcul"r for Ilia rullot\ demanded In tha Bill must be reasonable, can after 6pm. $$995 >M: or 11 niirtnnNNI Plaintiff** nama or and Plaintiff addreu a la Atlornevawho Croflon. I'M M I'll rHf rU'1 NO TII. tMI1not IIKrlt1'lD' '

I Financing of tha Will 1 ofLaura of.t'NmtllORDER"D\; at Tn lvilla I. 267.57M. __j -- ----- MiKAimilAN it MIH MOK1UAUIO rONM IIIHI' NK t'<>M. Hrewer Holland. 6n Palm Avaaue. DOROTHY "Joltv\) ,
Tlluivllta rinrlila.
WE TRADE ANYTHINQ B Oorgiii. deoeaaen Bivvard riorhla, tklaaih PAN, INC, I not Inter PI"lntlf'I
Cftaatyi ;; a "Id" ,
Juna 24, July 1, S. It CW.d.) 111II4 day of Jun. 1W4. USED AUTOMOBILES, City Auto corpnrailiin. : tbaa 1/IU IM4. If you fall In dn an .
tmore* Pro Confeaao will be entered w, ncnnoif.
(Circuit Court BrillClRtl I P rta. AM 3686.. 61 COMET S/W '
agalnat you fnr tha relief ne.Raided :
C-l.rH of Clrault CBy f' T and JK.HHY: r.'. ..rl'-RANI>oIl!>H, ...In th. oomnlalnt Thla ault TOI nor w rrnnoNPAA
V B. lrpao.I.r 1'I[ "itn ;: ( 11r ,11 "6"DiluM Auto R II hlii wife, I JKHItt MTII.IMIKN" a dfHl mortgiga Th Im* real Menkal HupervlaorU

JUST GOOD BUYSIN Doopu', Cle.kROftERT II'" JllNPH anil, t.HOY IRKNn!! JONKM property fflt 4. prooe Mink nn agHlnat Neitlnn CIIIOWK III ttlntliin I
A. "COtTAttorn. ( nc.It.' 1'(0.' IAftt I IHENKY hi. Wlfo; ..n.1. riRHT NATIONAL OAHDKN* mniDivm-, Hug 4181P.lrlnk
., for pl.II"ff A. IIMITK. $$1195 IIANK 0. ICAU OALLIK.l"f.4.nl.. ION according tn plat thereof Air Foroa Tlaia, *nKlurMa ''::\
28.1 North Babcwk HlrwitMrlbnurno 1" lntitC. .. .a raeorded la Pint Honk IIPag U1 M
PlnrldaJun. ... TOI nrin: !:l ItRIT. ao, Publln Record* nf ltr*> 'TOW AKB IIKHKHT: : WOTiriBIIthat
10. IT M July 1. (W.ct.) 1M4IN RKNKBF.IMITH.None: -- --- I : .,arrt County rinrlilaWITNRM of Complaint" fur l>iv.'
n..tollhnt. HNI>IIFII" hi* Wife' my hand, and aeal nf air* t."IL': riled agalnit you,
1'1 THII "lftrt'l" CIt.T 0. 1'1111I"I'TH or Mir 1418 M..kl..d Avenu.. If. 111. aid Court at Tltuivllle, Hrevardounly anil ynu *r* required tn a..rv* a .
REAL ESTATE ; U III( HI. ( lIIC'IIT. .. TOl RENBH P. MITIt10ms 60 RAMBLER S/W S Alhuq I : ; r.iKNM'\; < .riorld*, :Ibla aih day ofJuna uopy of ynur A newer or pleaillna"IMalnllffa .
t'OK .."''' 111 (''I: Tr.YUIIlIU imieraao tirWhlitli YOU, riTZ 1M4CIlRTIff 10 'b. 11111 of CnmlI.lnt o. Ih.
,. *. <'allfnrn DOI PH and JEHKV H. riTEItANIXll n HARNKNClerk attorney, UhORUM: H,
4 B 'N ltltV: 'VO eMU TOU ARB HbRKBT.: I'IOnnltD "6" Auto R & II .I'll. ar* hereby mil If led nf tha Circuit Court AIHTII Utt: NnHh 111nti.uk Mtreet.Melhourn .
HOMES "XITK: OK HI IT r..H 1"'oa1I; that a ault fur dlvoroa b.. b..l1III.d that <'ompllnl for rorecloeura of rlravard County Florida rinrlda I and thai
JOANNB K.: JOH.NHO.N, ...In.t rou III Ih. CirculiCoart Morlgag, hea been filed agalnit you, fin V II. Upangler Original A newer or 'PI lnlIrn tMOffli.e ; ,
PI.latltf. ., Ih. Nlnlh hilicial ('I.null $$795 and you ara required to aerv* a (COl'RT HAU of Ih l nf ih* tlroultCnurt
Save money by buying dri' of the following greatly v.. ._ _jd fir E',7ty.1.c'WK: : Florida: copy of your A newer nr Pleading. to Juna 10 IV.I 14 July 1 (Wad.> 1M4CHANCKNT nn ur 'b.Cr'"Ii. 17th day afj
JOHNSON, Plaintiff the
MELVIN L. anmhtd rontplnlnl tb "Plaintiff
on *
atInrnev '
reduced equities NO QUALIFYING! Ii-f.nil.nt, va. RENKB.: P. MITH. Defend ---- -_. - Jnneph M. Klllgerald 8.1: ;-TIJ.c, ",:iIlT ('Ot'llT' .... Till V'you::4.r.1I lo da ao, Judgment
3 Bedroom Hi Bath $700 Down TOt MRI.VIN L. JOHNSON 43114: -BOarflrld ant Chancery No MHTI You ara Henurlly Truet Hiilldlng. Mluml 19, "'''''" ., 11I1'1\1. liNn It, I.. br d.r."lt will .... I.k n ...In..
Binmt Bp.nard, hereby required to aerva a c 3 Bedroom, 1 % Bath Indian River Heights $90000, Aluk. your anewer or other written da'fenaea 60 CHEV S/W V-8 ewer nr Pleedlng.I In th* :office: nf lha n,.\. "
You ara hereby notified that a to the Complaint filed hereIn I lerk Circuit I Court NO tam* :toN'l r1".I :'t>tlRBD: : .1 Tltu.vtlle .
$87.00 month. Complaint for DIYO.... kal been upon Carl I O. w.n on, 4nt W befor* fb..lh'. ltb day of July u1.D NIITIt 10 1I..d ('oU"I,. ncrld.. Ihl10lh
3 Bedroom 1 Bath Westwood Villas $900 down $64 fllnd aolnit you and yon arc required Crania Ava., Coooa fo.nl"Iortda 1114 If ynu fall tn do ao. judgment '1' ''
rdu' 'IrNIeIlCI..k : ::
to erve a copy of your Anwer Attorney for tha Plaintiff and 10 by default will' ha taken agalnat : I'I'n:", lrll
month. i I or Plmdlnc to the Complaint I file the orlilnal thantof la lha Offlca you for tha relief demanded In tba JAMIE 0. KAIICIINKR, of C'I Ircult Court I IIy
on the Blllntlffa lo of the Clerk of tha ('IrroltCourt $1095 LiimplalntTo Plalnllff V M Hpangler
3 Bdroom, 2 Bath Gardendale, $1100 dn $115 month. HOHRMANN JR P O 1ox"ni: f llravard Counly Florida, dMnrlptlon nf tb* .**. prop.rty "L Deputy'; CferkCIHCtTIT

3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Indian River Hts. $1300 dn, $94 MKHRITT INLAND FLORIDA .nd on or befora tha Hub. day vt JulyAHKRiiriN nr ,,".i\r.I\ ::I : 1 I lei (H.ADYi CONRAD NKAL KAIICIIDefundant- ( < OIMIT MKAL) .
file the nrlflnal Aniwer or PleadlmIn I II 14, nf PORT "ICII. (IKOKtlH KS AIHTII
month. tha office of tha Clerk of Circuit FAIL NOT or K rteorea M"I.ARAIC, 1'Nlr TWO, ao- Atlnrnev: for Plaintiff.
j: 2 Bath Indian River $1300 down Court on or befora the 20111 day of Pro Confeuo will ba entered atalnelyou ".ding tn the I'm I Ih-*..I. r.. TUB HTATR. or rioniDATOl "' J.M North Hxbcoik VtraotMelbourne
:a Bedroom, City. July. JU64 If you fall to do ao, for tha relief" prarwl for In 59 OlDS 98' HIT : lied In Plat llnok 11 nt.A"1'* CUNHAD NRAtKAHllllflCH '
$91 month. Judim.nl by default will ba takenaiainm .aid Complaint. r of Ih* Publlo HMonvard : {' f Defendant Jun* IT, 4 f'Ilt.; (Wad.) IM4IN ,
for the relief aolnandedIn DONK AND ORDERED at Tltuavllle Cuiinly, rinrlda' .
you R. .
O 11fuaiautawney
No f nog
2 Bedroom, 1 Bath North of Mimi, $500 dn, $80 month. th Complaint. Klirlda, IhU IIh day of Juna Auto All Power Tll I. notlia' ehall ba |iiweeka "bll.II.1Ion. Pennaylvanl tiik 11 HI'i IT ('tIl'I\1' or Tim'
3' Bedroom 2 Baths Palm Courts $1900 dn $100 mo. DONE AND ORDFRKD IH.TJtuo' A U. 1M4 ... ..,'h w..1t fn. lOll. oon.o"lIv., ...100.no.TOU M1TII! 41 UK Itl. ( IK* I IT. INtVIl
villa, Florida. thla 16th (lay of June.IM4 Court Meal In Iba Tlluavllla "1..A.o. AMR NOTirtm r-IIM HHKtAMII ('''t-IIITr,
3 Bedroom 2 Bath Old Dixie Hwy $750 dn, $89 mo. Curtla R RnrneiCIKKK $$995 ,.,.. In.. that a aull far Ulvoru* and euaindyalxiva riOHIIMIHtktrNV
(COl'RT "UKAl.) : of tha rin-ult. CourtHrevard ""ONK ANU OnDr.nr.O at TIll'011I. '.. b.. b."" fl..... ...I..ot tr.U I... '' MO, ..HINoiirit
CIRTI fc. RAMNP.*. Clerk, Counly, Klorld -- ---- ----- \ ." 1I..n.1I (::0"01,. "Io.hl.. ,hl. entitled and that ': TO iirrKNO;
ACREAGE BUYS circuit Court, Hrevird. County, Hyi! V *' HpanalerUepuly Ilh h!' ..f lun. AU. 111I14.ccr..t'I ar* required lo auai aerva your gnawer you JOHN U. ANIJKI.ONM,

FloridaBy V. 'II, Upantler 10 IT, 24, ':July ClirkJunn t ,(Wa<).) IM4 58 FORD 2 DR cI";!) n, HARP'E.. (nr roflen.other Hree/er wrllle* A*>fen Holland>ea upon .... Plaintiff
40 Acres. Off Rt. No. 46 $700 per acre. Deputy Clerk to1.ItIlK. CII'CIJI'' ('otTnT111'J Palm; Avenae Tltuevllle. : Hrevarduwnly tut: IlkLEN: A ANORLONR' : ,

3 Acres Mims area. $1285 per acre. A. i Hoaifnann Jr. ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only v. II. "pan.la, ( rinrlna, nn or before tha DefendaiV
Attorney fnr Plaintiff "0" Auto Extra Nice Deputy ( lirK Dull day el TOlllRIFN A. ANOFLONH"
wvl and
at far bff.rre
25c each the Star Advocate
40 Acres Rt 46 frontage $1100 per afire. Juna 17. 84. July 1, I (Wed.) 1M4 Joaeph M, r li; ..tr.lilW Immediately tbrafW* .. In file with or II Ciile Terrana .

2 Acres, Mims Area. $S50 per acre. S $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$495 ,Miami:..".Merurlty la, KlnrldaTOl Trum III Ilillng :th** tlerk original"of of th. *aald alM.ve annwer.el r led or CnurlIh Mid YOU Ramli AIIO. .Iph IIKMKIir, M....chii.etle NOTiriRDlhal "'.

1 Acre, Indian River Plantations, $2100-$250 Down. "kUn 111811II"e wrltle' defenea* ,If any Illll of Complaint, for Dlvnrc.*
In. 11, 2C. Julr IW.d ) 211f14. he. .bean filed agalnal and
If you fall I* do go Dwira* Pr* you you
10 Acres, Scottsmoor, $1100 per acre ---- ------- Cnnfeean will ba entered agalnel ara required la aerva a copy of
OK BUYS! 1111 'I'll" C-IN" IT CnlltT I" !lilt fnr you your Aniwer or pleidlng la th*
of Mims $550 relief demanded In tha Com
10 Acres West per acre. 1'011 *
I'Ht 4N" ''' !III' rI."II.I" ,,1.lnl.WITNIII". Illll of Cumulelnt on Ih* PUInllff *
30 Acres Off ftt. No. 50. $900 per acrt!. attorney ItollB.ItT' A, M< OTT. OOi:
.. !IIC Ie II "' ... ,.". : my haail and official North Mabimk Mlreet. Melbourna,
FROM YOUR "'.Of" I. O"HNNI'I.L, aeal' of ufflo. at Tit u.III., Urcvardaunty Florida. and flln Ihe original Aaawer -,
EXCEPTIONAL GOOD BUSINESS BUYS fR.McCotter. PI.lntlff. ( flerlil*, I hie 15th day ofCirHTIN or pleaillnir In Ih* Offlo *,
... th* lerk ul th* Ircult Cnurl on er
: JIll.'>" A. O'DIINNJlLL.: n, BAANMN before th day of July 144If

Beer and Wine Bar established Good Location, OK USED CAR LOT : "OTII'I: or ..lIT O.f.nd..l. flnrk By r. of I, Ih MpanglerIf Circuit Court default you fall will*II"d::b* lake ao*. Judgment again you by

$8000.Specialty p lr CI.rltJun. :
A OIJONNr-I.L l'ntlnT for ih. relief demanded In hill

Restaurant Will teach business. $6500 62 CHEVROLET 62 CHEV II TOil Newcowb ARK iiKimnr. New' : York woririrn' 84. July I, a (Wad.) IM4Nolle of ( nmnlainlDONM..! ANO I OHDrnrD at Tllua-
Motel on U S. No 1 plus 3 acres. $38,000 with good that a anil for dlvnroa hit been villa. Hravard. tnuntv, lorlda, Ihlaatb '
.. filed agnln.t you fn lha Clrrult )IInTIC'1e (I" .TI'JIITI.': or .u.. day nf June. IM4 .
terms / Lour al tha Ninth Judicial' Circuit Intention al th* pureh** (Circuit Cnurl leal.) -
No Phone Calls on Business Properties, Please! Impala 2 Door hardtop .4 door .4 cylinder straight In anil fnr Hrevard Counly Plorlda. under bulk eelee law lo all pereona CURTIM R, HARNFH
M. .milled ri-OYf> I, or netmand :
.. O DON MR I I, ;;'rcii..A:: agalnel Clark of Circuit Court
V8 straight drive trans- drive white wall tires. Plaintiff" v. IIILtlA A. O'DON.ntu rC AanoCIATICliMnrley lly V I. KpanglerDeputy
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NIeI.L.ef..donl. b M
Frontage Speculators Price 'Ford ('bance'r DO. .w. Ch.rlo. I. ('lerk *
Highway ** mission. Sparkling white Blue but buyer won't .. You ar* he-ebv. required t* lai Jackaon Nlreet. TltueKile ROnrRT A. .OTT
.erv* copy of your .newer or riorld*. th* undersigned In.tende Attorney for Plaintiff"
100 Ft. Scottsmoor, $20 per ft. M- with red interior. be. other written defeiaea t* Ih* ComElalnt In turnltge* la bulk; Ik* atookof f*>a North lI.hc.'k Ulreet
.. Trad6 filed herela upon Carl O lood' ware* or merLhandlaamenl Melbourne. .
ft. .> In Division
Bell wood. $75 \u :
100 Ft. .
per .. .
*r WeH Orange Ave., 11 U. Jun 10. IT 14. Jul*. 1. (Wed I IBM
.. Cauei Uea<'h, "riorld Atlorney for u.... '. eunnlnn 1II1I1t Ih.1
$S2195 $$1295 .. 730 South Washington Avenue Ih* Plaintiff and I* file tha or eerie I Ia bu" ".. or .n."rl.. k.nw. MOTirK': or INTKNTION':," TOHfcltlnTeM '
iginal therenf In lha Offlii* nf lha tha wnirrrKN AUTO AHHOCIATKN : rUTinot NtMtfIB '
.. AM 72657 Clerk at lha Ircult Court of Breve .rrofiE, corner of Walking-I enmpllama with. Hnue* IllllNo
RYAN REALTY OPEN 8 TIL 8 .. "Central Florida' I rd <'ounty, riorld' *, on or befor* ton and. Il'oed Ktreeta and In Inelud inn, t haplar Number. 9HH63,,
Ih* tmh day nf July A D.. IM4 *uth purrhaea on Juna 1A, La we of riorlila.' Ante. of IMI the\
.. Bring The Family By To ShopChevrolet .. Tradlngeit Dealer" HERCIN' TAIL NOT or Oe r** 1M4 at > .I'CHN' 'ham. aad all Per.on underilgned will regliter with tn. *
I'r. lonfeeeo will IM *nlrdagalnit having claim or demand* tlerk of tha Clrault Court In Brayard -
ynu for th' relief Brayed .galnet ih* vandor *r* gdmoalahatfla County Florida upon receipt
for In eald R. G. 3tC Broker : : r>0MR AND OhDKHin al Tllua. an or Before aald data.lluyer th* following fictltliMianame
:JauEt The Tltusviile Star- villa, riorlda, lhl aih day *f Jun -- lo-wlt: "Hlllera By Webb'under
\\ U A IJ. I.... Evan*-Arthur Bnlerprlee: : *' Ine., whlik I am engaged In bu*>
RYAN Reg. tC.urt "a'') enrne* Weahlngton and Rrudtlreete Inea* al Tltuavlll. Florida. aad Ibattha
.. Advocate 1st in circulation ('u.... It. nor..... Tltuavlll rinrldaJuna undnlgad la tha only pranInlereeted _
USED CAR DEPARTMENT .. CLtIIK of Ih. CI,.,," eourt It. '., July I. Wad ) 114 In eald hu.lneie.
MAGNOLIA PLAZA INDIAN RIVER CITY 1028 HOPKINS AVENUE PHONE 71214' It....... (''''''I!', l'Io.lda : Dated al Tlluavlll riorld*. tkla
.. In No. Brevard. IJYI v, .. 1..n.I.' LEGAL PADS-:8ii Supply, Ktacb IItlo day of June. A.D. 1M4Allu .

PHONE 2674691DAY OR NIGHT 7 4 t t t t t t I... ,0. ,t.u'1.IIi"/I.; ,.... al Star.Advocate Office. IT. 24.* Hulk July WebbJun 1. a (Wad) 1M4.





VAFH PAYMENT $15,000 TO $19,000


Community Of f Fine Homes In Titusville $4789 to $6890 Horn** rettrfeted to ItM iq. n. minimum.


3200 Garden St Titusville




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Bell Biography Among New Books

On Shelves AI Tilusvllle Library 1*. .

'Alexander Graham Boll", a tr.lia" by R M Younger "The
bio,;rapliy oC (he famous Inventor John F Kennedy." by Mark
of the tclrphonc written by Shaw "No Need for Hunger"
Elizabeth Rider Montgomery, (ii by Jonnthan Caret "The World
one of a number of new book of Architecture" by Lionel Erett, HAM S
now on the shilvcs of the grow. "The Magic and Mystery of ,
ing Tltusvllle Public Library. Word by J. Donald Adams, v.
Other adult books received recently "The Modern Novel In Britain
: "Mr SniUel'i Cookies"by and the U. S," by Walter Allen
"Joanna and Ulysses" by May .
Jane Flory, "The Mystery i w-
Gatepost by Jean Bothwell, "The Surtnn. 1.E
"" .. .. """
Best of Friends" by Josephine .... +
Haskcll AldridRe "More Eggs Southern Stir
of ThIn::)" by Maxine W Kum- I.R.C. NEWS + OPEN SUNDAYCLOSED CookedCANNED Whole C Shank C
In. "A Spy In Old Detroit" by it******* ******************************** Half -
Continued from Page 4.B or
Anna Fmcry "Song of St. i
Francis" by Clyde Robert Bulla, Mrs Agnc Stephens, 811 Cleveland 1 ALL DAY Bu tt pI
"Krrr)'" by Beatrix T Moore, Rend, to make final plans. Half
"Slor ea from Old Russia" by I SATURDAY JULY 4TH I HAM
Present wire: Margaret :
Edward M and Marguerite P.Dodch Marcum, Chairman, Mr.. Step ,
"Rubbtr, National and hens, Mr, flicker, :
Shirley president
SyntJ1 tlc" by Water Beuhr, BE SURE TO HAVE ENOUGH BREAD,
the Jim-
of Auxiliary Mr cui LB.
"The Masic-of Ot" by L. Frank ctta Wright Mi*. Sylvia Brewer, i MILK, EGGS AND OTHER ITEMS ON i 5 $369 L6.
Baum, "Pirate In Ot" Ruth
by Is Mr. Margie Walker, Mr, HAND TO LAST THROUGH THE WEEKEND! \
Plumlvr Thompson "Young Charlotte Schafcr, Mr. Frieda i. ;
rael" by Roy Pinney, "ElephantBny"
Young Mr. Vivian Hanson and **************************************** "Supor-Rlght" Bombs "Super-Rlght" Western "Super-Rleht" All Meat

New by juvenile Udiavar G books Rao.: "Take Mr A*.delicious Juanita Young lunch consisting of ALL FLAVORS BEEF ,STEW LB. 59c SPARE RIBS ', LB. 49c SKINLESS FRANKS SS:: 45<

(teed of Loving Mo" by Elizabeth hot dog/ baked bean. and coleslaw
Gray Vlnlng, "The Guilty and Vacuum Pack Grade *A' Fresh Drossod .. or Co. Cap'n John' Quick Froion
will be '
I lt the>v. Innocent""Kclulso'l by Housekeeping William Bin- SOc per plate sold at a cost of HI-C DRINKS SLICED i COOKED HAM P :::59c SPLIT BROILERS: to. -t-Lb.LB. 33c BREADED( SHRIMP Z?' 59SuporRlght" <

The Concession Stand will be
Hint," by Ileloitic, "Watchers of "
open all day so that cold drinks Frih Allgood Broakfost Cap'n John FroaunGROUND

the mat Murphy Skies"Among by, "The Warriors"Willy Zkptuint":Ley,by"Diplo Robert by hot variety,dogs,of coffee candle., ,and popcorn a ,wide etc, 3 14-Oz.I-Qt. 89 C BEEF LB. 39c BACON VS.;' 39c PKG. : 77t FISH STICKS 3 KSi::: $$1.0t

ran be enjoyed at
Slawomlr Mrozek, "Jewell fora everyone Cans
oil time during the lestlvitie,
Crow Miriam ,
by Freund
"The Chunking World of Au. Visit CaliforniaMr I BIG BEEF SALE I

and Mr*. Andy Hllovsky Canada Dry Black Cherry Crape or I I
Protest of 418 Osicola Road, have just
Must Be In WritingAny returned from a vacation In "Super-Right" "Super-Right" Close Trimmed
Califoi'nia. Accompanied by COLA S; 10 GROUND CHUCK 5ge"Supe"Rlght" CHUCK STEAK 45c"SuperRight"
properly owner wishing their daughter, Trudy they left L. LB.
to protest the new aiseased valuation two weeks ago/\ and went to Sun Bone'1DELMONICO '
of his property must do Jose MinuteCUBE
where they visited their
so In writing, two lens, Robert and Richard, .STEAKS, LB. 89c"Supor.Rlght" STEAK LB. $$1.49"SuporRlght"

The city charter provides that ing and their their vacation families.sightseeing After upend In Heinz Values Bone-In 'o. Bonolos*
a urltten protest must be filed .
Clerk said Mm. Margaret Cooper, City that River area City, they, but returned Trudy to Indian stayed ALL MEAT VARIITIIS SHOULDER ARM STEAK LB. SSe"Super.Rlght" :RIB STEAK LB. 89c"SuperRight"

willi her brothers and will spend "
The new assessment! of all : Ben.les.SHOULDER BoneInRIB

limits property and within assessment the of old city the summer In California. HEINZ SOUPS SWISS STEAK LB. 79c STEAK LB. 69c
property Convalescing Including Chicken" Noodle, W/t-Ot. '
Included In the recent annexation Millard Finch of West Coquina v.,., Boor Cream of Mushroom 2 CANS %|CALL

Hunnicutt was recently and Associate completed of St.by Avenue, recently I returned HOLIDAY SPECIAL! CABOT BRAND BRIQUETTES

Petersburg requested tho All assessed property to come value owners In and placed had go been over on home at acme Jess. time after Ha Parrish and had undergoing the been Memorial operation ailing surgery Hospltul. wa for. SOUP VICITABLI. VARIETIES. . .HEINZ. 2 "''-31C C HA R C 0 A L 20-LB. 8 9c

their lot, with.a H'prVhcnllllivll quite lunpsftful Millard Is l home BAG
of the firm In, an effort of explain now convalescing wild bupe ofcomplete HEINZ STRAINED .1 :

arising/ and icgnrdlng discuss the any value problem placed To restoration Coral Cable.Mr of .health BABY FOOD F .6 6 4'h-0z JARS' 65cHEINZ HOLIDAY SPECIAL! SULTANA BRAND

on each and Mrs. Russell Brucker
of 1220 Thomas Street, came to STRAINED

Tides and our city two, daughters stung with, lust their January son BABY J JUICE..6 I E 6 .CANS. 6Sc PORK BEANS CANS J-LB.4 OZ. 5Sc

High tw from Cucoa Beach. Since April,
Russell bas been a patient in ALL VARIETIES HEINZ
12:30 Veterans Hospital or
4.nl. B S3
: am.102pm. N
:) 7.14pm.: .
At the end of May he was given
Thursday July 2 30 da}'* leave to come home
1:28 u m. 7:47: a m. I/zg
to recupeiate. His leave
2:03: pm. 8:13: p,m.Friday ICEMILK. .
July 3 last Tuesday end he went PORKSBEANS..23k 2
2:19 a.m. 8:49 a.m. back to Coral Cables, where he .
3,06 hopi to be fully cured of his ill _
p.m 11:14: pm. ness.! Russell worked at Cape s.H1Msusra lIU
Kennedy before he was stricken, : ii Sweet Red RIpWatermelons.
Bible School Set and indications are that he will [ = PLAIDSTMIKJ''1 25 PLAID'
be able to return to work '. EA. 69C
The Vacation Bible School of _.soon '' Hi
the ,.,. ,
Seventh .
Day Adventists i I. I fir I II nilh Ililn minion mid .r' of
scheduled for July 8 through :, "I II II'lIh. IhU. p..poa nil* ""..h... ,,t ff:' Pint Bonlo Ann Page Imitation I t'y y Large Sweet Vine RipeCantaloupes
Mol 0 Bit American, .
Pimento or J$: 2Sc
from 2U: to 5:43 p,m., at 1020 N Swlu120a.. ., .
110 t a. I
Washington! Ave SLICED CHEESE 49c I Coupon *ood through Hunilny July t ( ,; 3FOR$100
ENTAl APAItTMENTS I pat ,...., ;, ,,
Anyone interfiled In attend. I Couvoo Good IbrDullb punchy, July 8 i it : ..
Ing 1 I. welcome to do '0.I COCOA, U" ff. t;... 1"1''" .1E" ; I t1lXt1C'B..B: y ;i r I Large California
I I'y a
: t.

I I r: :' Ir'!( 6ijiijlilAliSjItAINIf11} PLAID, ..j.jI i iJ Strawberries 2 :eSK9

MA Wit"PL rsOLTasTiPS ii I I ?, STAMPS Hi. .--
!; nllh tlili 1 liM, ,. miri. .....h. !; .,- Juicy California i
oN A I I ,'llh and unrrhiu pf 1 I. 11-Os. Jar Holm Hot Dog HamIMI:
10t. Jar Our Own I I. burger, India or Hi
sUlaT DIM INSTANT TEA 69c ft|I !ii SWEET RELISH 23c N!i Lemons 35c
Jew > .-.1 I j >110.a.i rj
Comma good IhrDuah lIullda", July I I. I'a Coupon Good through Vunilay, July I JJl-'

rL .._:_ t I H ;Hl.! Red Rip. Cdilotnfa"
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BLOWN BAT :: iii iii.fiiii ijii LB
-----iiii i Riiii r l Plums 2 45eIf

,, 1 PLAID If
g.I.STAMPS 't STAMPS M: \ South Carolina
i ii I

i, With IhU ...|..>. mil ."..he.. .! I Iyluarl l ,r LB,
"lilt till. .np..d nnrrhiM .
US .i SALAD 1.Lk.MUSTARD Jar Ann Page 29c'Ii'IiIiiI :,: ,[ CIDER VINEGAR Bottl Holm 39c '.:' Help Keep Peaches 29c

I Jaw iCoupon ...a., : :, Coupon good through Jitam 8u....', July I I II America Strong
I i l
through Hunilny July : I ;
Suit regularly,
l. ; 1. j
1:._! __ ; ; __j Nabisco Premium .
; -Klat Light Meat
:ii ] TUNA . 9'i-o*.'e n49c ; Save' Only Plaid'Stamps

N Blue Plato ?. Get Fine Gifts Faster E Et.or.
7-4658 Day MAYONNAISE qt Jar. S9c nrt,. AT nNTlC aACeu TIA COMTANY. INC
nil lld..P..na. imrrhu.i f Maiela Corn OilMARCARINE
,[CHILI SAUCE Aril Pago U Ol.. 29c .I,I Mb. 39c 8 e :3 29
AM 7-4330 Night 1 1lJM 0 Nottlos OulkCHOCOLATE JAR
Coupon food Urouin SunJiy, July I I . Mb. box 45c
f l Bordeni Instant *
..- rIx'xs-U6R! ; !Hit J COFFEE S'os. Jar 90c Prices In this Advorlisomont good through Sunday, July I 6-or.JAR 49c


1008 PINE STREET. TITUSVILLE: 32-01. bot. 73c 4 bath size 59c S0-5.oz.,. cups 35c 2-6-01. cans 23c 8-oz. bot. 39c

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FINAL SECTION From 200 yards distant the full 231 foot tall Air Force Titan III-C will be erected simultaneously
foot height of the Vertical Integration Building (VIB) is In the' VIB the launch combination also is brought TBONESTEAK ,SIRLOIN ROUND CLUB CHUCK
I viewed as the boom crane hoists the final 25 foot sectionof together with its mobile transporter and associated
steel girder to the very top of the massive structure. ground equipment (AGE). Checkout of the entire unit STEAK STEAK STEAK STEAKLB.
The three tall sections visible in the photo are the bay Is completed prior to moving from the VIB (USAF
I! area in which booster and payload combination for the 150 Photo). LB. LB. LB. LB. .

I Titan Building Is "Topped Off" I 79c 69c I 59c 49c 39c

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I "Topplng-off' ceremonies were one blue Air Force, and a red is the larger of two major buildings stands located on the northeast. "PORK" ANCY WESTERN" FIRST CUTS
: eld at the 23 story tall Vertical Army Corps of Engineer flag In the assembly area when ern tip of Cape Kennedy
I Integration Building (VIE) at all fluttering from the Steel LOIN LB. LB.
|Cape Kennedy Thursday the'inul beam, the final, section was the huge space boosters will be First launch of. Titan III.A
. : 25 foot section of structural hoMed tc the top of the 231 foot netted In the vertical launch Is moving on schedule for late ROAST : fCgs: 39:
. . .
; steel was emplaced atop what tall VIB structure. A 250 n, position. After leaving the VIB, this summer the following Titan . . .
{will be Die assembly for the Air tall boom crane of the contract the Titan III core is pushed by Swift
"Swttl Rather"
III C will boost a two man Man t
Force's Titan III standardized ir'I, Paul Hardeman Inc and the two diesel electric: locomotives
I space launch vehicle. Morrison Knudsen Co., Inc., of over twin sets of railroad ned Orbiting Laboratory (MOL) SLICED BACON 'eot ; |/|Inch
I Speaking at the ceremony, Lt Stanton, Calif, was used for this racks t to the Solid Motor Assembly Into orbit around earth. The proGram r
I Col. Andrew Wright, Chief, Systems finul operation. Building, (SMAB). objectives of the MOL us Sugar Cur.d'SMOKED HOSE 99'
Civil Engineering' for Present for the brief topping outlined by Brig Gen Joseph S
iSSth Test Wing, off Colonel G A. In the SMAB'lhe two five. PICNICS
Aerospace ceremony were UleymuiT, Deputy Commander .
[note, of here today Canaveral District, segment 120 Inch solid rocket
. "Many you Ilnley for ,
Manned Systems are for the PM by 20 Inch Win Well
. I motor attached to each side ,.11 C.nsBEER
were also present last August .Army Corps of Engineers! ; Lt are Air Blut Ribbon" f-
orbiting Force Astronautsto
when we held the {round.break- Col Andrew Wright; Colonel H of the Titan core. '
[mg ceremony for this building G. Russell, Commander of the This entire assembly ia then perform determine useful man military s ability miislons to POOL w $1195
I >roject. Today, just 140 working bSoSth Aerospace Teat Wing; pushed on out to the Ilunchworried In spice I"r
j [vlayj later we have the com Colonel Newton Cox, Deputy for
", I >leted example made possible Air Force Construction, Army CtrwtsN e-Pak CmsBEER P, It 1 Inch.Cut Brlgis A Slrarton
through a joint ,Industry>lovernI Corps of Engineers Col. Joseph
I lent effort." Campbell, Chief, Civil Engineering about age?
"The accomplishment of this for Air Force Eastern Test Mower $4495
i ;reat milestone In the develop- Hmigi and Lt Col Reml Ren liere'i truth about hormones
. ellt of the Titan III program Is Icr, Resident Engineer;: for Army for /ace. neck and hand

' \ example of industry and mill. Corps of Engineers Also attend NEW VOBK: (SpnrUl)11__ U IOM .h. thranie .... "Foremost" All Flavors All Flavors
Ing the were drr.4
try[ responding to each other ceremony represenlatavcs bav. boon wrate..b.nt b.rmon,.. .
a teemed l Imbnm nd
of arguing With eachotter if the various contractors Rill 1 they: oak. .1 75 look AU IMM! im.xiiii ihivn riuMtf bu. JUICY RIPEWatermelons

," Colonel Wright con.lIded. working on the VIB. .16.pinf..... w..AbMliiUlr...'.. ., M (not M| Ida WUI'. 1 UMTw they swam pesml .Were.lb..4I.: ....cL otinUM M.mUM bw. ICE MILK
( The VIB Is some 350 feet by !.. aumrT ea..po..t.. th.n|.. _..... .aw.
: I rAt, t exactly 2 p.m.. with a total :200 feel at the base and I stands know,.. Ibn tnlb. about bor.. .the .ib., lid. 11,. ._-1IINrM.
man.S seed I. Ian JIIOI teed ffleM '
,, \b four hags two American, afi; Ml: pea 23 story1 building. It simple lout. (111 Th. .....UI' .1 I Now to conplciioo.select a".ood ........... /a GALLON

. d 1M :; .Wemaan.kae. 01_... .! at.aorta.hoiin breakln, ........down lU >hormoiM". Md pro@aretion I. know i the. here urMfU Y wiat

; 1t .r.ni..rpn........... .0.tail..._M apply 10 feed moo.< theakin.law ,,i :=,bormoiM on ih.prrnir.n-.. | Tk.* and rM. ap.p. ... I I II I
h .'t.:In. M <. |rwnMer. mended monillr. ) .u",.... in. ...
1 ((1) |em< bormunnr.n kin. Ir ] ,000 InursnioHl
: Vmtu. C
rail spar be.tupplM I* the Am by rabbinf .- UK hue .bould ... H rich M
grown inFL&DA ..,....*.n a pentndnp_ormab. cn- and.. ..II. N M II OU 45
the lIor mol.erniap .... .. 3 $100
Ljm li w.
U.... b a Imt.raprtoj.. ia I act- .......... In" '"U' Am. ,, >...*.14 m* I I
Junmal (
hoo.d aunr that. fret 1:rc' w riirkr.(>n fled appU. for
similarly' MBwlinal rwlui .. your .km A. .Id bet |
......0.T.Mr-f.... I. .....Ii.w.nKn.. .1 ..applied.. bra lukHM ridiani .nd plow l '.f..h.1 rmuliMd_.... ,.....
and nock., and ...
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J ether dd. and. taw eWr band, I ...... | .....
similar prcp.r.tion; mnuiwnf, n. (U"d IION3101EX/ : Uwwy! ..
I bermaa. woe applied .... 11 a. made by s 1n4w.rtby IL Large 20-Lb B.f Ccrdan." Twin 'kPOTATO

I Is refined into werd.ttae.t. ... np..t* !. ipbitki. |tr-It.!"U..Ubof.lory."......... '. .-. A M. CHARCOALBRIQUEHES
.. nay supply ..... .sly, I3M. Uk 79c : .49c I
linn ( dry.kl.wriaUea) Minor quickly" .I SM dIMe drydkkiwnnkbi
e quietly. dimmed i l *r dtMronrwlnm .._.. .ul, ...rt Jt ... I CHIPS
tilled Mhl. M CTMMX end lMUWf .dart Tae say obuia 11...... ,I . . . . ., .
ant.Itbrkh.... sad. ..1...... fro....... I..ty !Wan nitCUTTER i I
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sugar Bif Apple Plan Tltvivlll ALL "BIG B" FOOD STORES & JACKSON'S MINIT MARKETS !II IStarAdvocate
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Hospital l\\ New Arrivals, I- ["?oftatg ooi t*Step Ifiwt Scteyt V g Se eel f'e to$l oa?u cke d Thug

,r,. via the Stork I I -

ActivityJune ce1ebate WIf Eckcrd Drug Stores 4 HT.Iq

I / An/
t 'VmUsiorii Connie R dd Iraryby'd
I 1 i ,fo. Gladys' Mosei, Sharon
:\->.ia, Wilma Fordham and
Timothy Hubingcr of Tltuivllle;
Patricia Taylor of Indian River 1
City; Michael Kolonlck of Mlmi. ,N
Discharges Everline Berry -
I''. and Lonzie of Mime; Jeanette Recent births at Jrss Parrlah
MUdrom of Orlando; Ann Smith Memorial Hospital:
Dnrlii runkhouier Yvonne Rod- A daughter, Amy Jane, weight
'I enboufih, Donnie Collins Carolyn eight pound., three ounces, born '
V '+ I Ptrtelland Brenda Kurst of Julie 23 to Mr. end Mrs. Fred. tr.v
Tllusvllle. erick II RadiUffe, 1840 North \ ; .
Smith Drive, Titusville. ; ECKERD '
Jun. 24 J ,
A daughter, Cynthia Dclorei 1 SAVI AN AVIKA6I OfM
Admission Rita Bowen. weight six pounds, 12 ounces, I I: % ON PRUCKIPTION. ,
born Juno 23 to Mr and Mrs CI I IM Storm lN.rdw Cue oi4 else Sala
Tina Mafia Flack Sharon v elwnlwmN.M a I want /lM wwYM aNl M
Wright, David MeUfier, Warrea Lee )f. Moses, 1019 Second Avenue M.a, IMNxIY vwriwlw-' imam.. 'M.M rM Iwre M ',
Abbott, Eddie Lee Oliver, Moa- Titusville gal. IM J +., ,
MwrN1 ,5' pu.s w anles. N 1- 1
cite Murray, Oliver Smith/ and A IOn, Tommy Lee Jr, weight la1N.ryT. fj \ Nee ewe mw.m.Nll.?
six pounds, one ounce, born June N e :
Patricia Tucker of Tltusvllle;
Vivian Gramer, Keith Bar ding 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lee .-:
of Indian River Oliver Sr, General Delivery, >x .1.. fiLM
and Linda Fusco MEET, or;BEAT ALL ADVERTISED PRICES f for 1" 'lINT'
City; Ra Arny 9* Port St. Minis ON /IDENTICAL/ MERCHANDISE .' I plas '

John A daughter, Toni Lynn Fusco 181 Just bring in:Hie page from your 'local' newspaper .in ,,,,d .mil. IASTMAN.. FILM. Qv. r
weight six pounds, four ouncesborn A Irw M< N .1. was ,
which the ad end will beat i I
Discharge Carllon John- appears we meet or any v r roll or MiniKMaooUr NwuNM "
June 25 to Mr and Mrs current ... ., or riot'' *nt 'Wtxtr.WMn aLI. VA
ton, Gladys Motes and baby girl, Anthony' Fusco, 107 Agnes Dr., _prices. ww you, tick Y/ row d.wl.....
Nancy Russell\, Glcnda Sonute-t Altamonto. Springs. ti: AMERICAN I. .w YNI..,N mamma 1llm.. you ant u.... wilt wr di.l S. rtJII
gard, Teresa Rlnehart Eric Shop\,Eckerd's ,at! PI rile Plaza YW Man.: *, Koooeolor or ,
Eng trom. Timothy Hubinger FLAG KIT TODAY"l'lVIrPAYSWIMRINGK8.M59'.
and, Mark' Sanson of Titusville; Two ArrestedIn .at;the'corner of r w r
Patricia Taylor, Sandra Woods, 1 while theplastl, 4 PARK'' AVENUE ',&,SOUTH STREET
Patricia Parker and baby girl CrackdownOn ._ \
and Vclma Collins of Indian River SHOP YOUR NEWEST ECKERD STORE

City GamblingTwo 5603 SO. ORANGE AVE. McCOY CENTER
June 25
AdinK'ions Albertine Oliver, Orlando men were

home Sarallaw.on n( Mimi; Bill and McBride Willie Wil-and ed crackdown Saturday on II syndicated a result of vice 4 1 I'Ii ICE CREAM .:i: 2 For 25'

and gambling within Drevard
DAVid Charles of Indian River
City; Janice Tllton and Samuel and surrounding counties Ii Ii Modal J Westinghouse Rollf
Jessie A.ywhp. HAIR t '
Minor of Geneva; Patricia Ann Webster Joyner, 51 of AMi7 CREME SPRAY459'
Holt, Doils Carter Lottie Stan. 527 Langdale Ave. and Frank MOBILAIRE FAN
ton, Dale BaUinger, Keith Mer Warner Harvey 42, of 038 Wept t ash' .,..
seed -
utt and Janice Ward of Titus- Central Ave, Orlando, are being M \ node Ilto4. ailing. 2 3 86U GREEN MINT UJ.HLI. cu57; eta 20 .
held In Indian River County jail COlllp. <
on charges of setting up, promoting Thl PrlaaR" BEACH BALL i 39
.. NRroM N
Henry Brown and conducting lottery ... OANpRUFfi. -
Johnson and Leo Glenn of MimI These armta culminated\ a 4udlr cNutN j/
j' .
; FAN d"NLIM, .tinA ... SHAMPOO "- (IIGL"EEM >
y Grace Howell Roger Schipper, three month Investigation origin w '''oj '
Carl Harris, ated by the Brevird County .
Chapman Gladys I
Sheriff's Vice Squad and were effected ;: : .
Mozille Murray and Louis Freit- with the cooperation of Breeze FAN aemnnN'1rN: 944 PASTE jr.w, 56TONI
age ol1 Titusville; Richard Moon ,'"
Orlando Police Dept., Indian SNQRKEl :: 59
4 and Keith Barding of Indian
Rivet City, David Levins of Or River County Sheriffs Dept., St. mm I.n 29 JZ
Lade 1. 2" OsFAN'I4 I 2-
lahdo. Polico Sheriff's Dcpt. Ft Pierce I HOME PERM LI.VO:; car
Dept, State Attorney Gen arnl
eral James Kynes office and the -- Swim B XN S9 aSWIMMASK69

Florida Sheriff's Bureau. .G------E 1 O"FA-N- W Oscillating/Prot.ctlv.' 1-4-88 SHAVE .. 42';' - --
Airman Poole' AERO nnin ai'
Many hundred of hours osuf- Grill PO 10 80MB .:I : :
vellanee were made hy the Yee.yard -- -- i! '

County Sheriff Vice Squad FOLDING ALUMINUM SU..TAN.. ..
Wins Promotion and other law B -
enforcement agencies 'I Copperlone OIL 01' .NIN. i 99"
) in these gambling law viola COT-BED LOTION' Ilmu el' NOVELTY SWIM RINGSFun
henry T. Poole III son of tions. Additional arrests are anticipated B --
Mr and Mrs. Henry T. Poolo Jr as a direct result of Tubular. Aluminum faint c...
of 1S22 1 Rosedal Ave., Titus- these arrests. i Trod total. with Hat*for""".Slorot.glen. Wabblaa' PYCOPAY&s:41'MUM :: for I'D "loll"Mblabla
No bond has been set for theso'tWG 1Hor.iSweD.sk
;airman known lieutenants of'reput Camps.. Jumbo 699 -- 7

Force at Camp New Amsteidam ed Florida Polite King Marian nla rdra ... Size SAN 27 e tCoo
ee 5,5 red Itc.
Nttlnrldnds. Blackburn of Orlando, who have ,
been labeled as overseers of Bo- ME MTABLE -- Compar.To .
Airman Poolo it- an air armament lit. and Cuba rackets for a nunf-: FOLDING 49o Ij
mechanic In a unit that her of years In Central Florida VASELINE N K H69SHAMPOO 69c
supports the U. S. Air,forces in The two are being held for Bre- .
Europe mission of providing the vard County on the above N
LI Sturdy metal tonirnictloa foMt '
major ah contribution for de. charges plus possession of lot. tier tar pay corryiag Idool (orwork HEAD Is M46: i,: *
tense of the NATO countries. tery paraphernalia and conspir ,Ienl.. .Hlco hams SHOULDERS ::: .: PLAYTEX
ing to violate the gambling laws ihop. '
The airman la a gradual of They also face like Compere 24x60" 564 SWIM
charges In St. ; '
McIntyre Senior High School In Lucia County. I to 9.95 Off .rt M39
Thomtim llle, G"Lighthouse".. I --- --- Johnson's qlsd CAPS

I If you get any businessover GALLON SIZE %

Revival the telephone I INSULATEDJUG FACE SJSH6;: Y
Postponed E':
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Evangelist Robert Crump has you will get more business I A,. RlnrlrFlnn ANTS AOACN
been compelled to cancel revival 1 a rlUy LIQUID llme11144o: s./.p
services scheduled to commence when you use Paw Spout Keep
Juno 28 at the Full Gospel Lighthouse aoN, hype hat. Da.v EARPLUGS NOSE CLIPS
Tabernacle, Inc., located daned far .lffel.llc/ ,.
at Mine on north U. S. 1, a e- iS : e. Idoal'.( far ere Piety s, Plcnle.' MIXED NUTS if Ill* 67 Compare#25 16 Compare#50.. Z9To 0

A possible date of July 6 will ,:
I be confirmed later 267-5530 1/r 88 2Sc To 50c __._ 1

Chaise LoungeHeavy SWIM TRUNKS eel n N 1.49

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BUY ONE e GET ONE'FAINTS ] ; ..jia\ ': one Inch Polished QQ S .P \\\ / .t.
,Aluminum Tubing with

U] s. FOLDING Regular Velon Webbing.12.95 5ECKERD _"'" .,Iy ..:

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MWtJCwtWt ALUMINUM :l __ ..r.i

2i. LAWNfr I': ( fIRST THEN FISHING ,i "BIG" .]

1 #306 GARCIA #400 GARCIASPUMING I 25" Roll Easy Whooll.\To

; t.RJ.....-..L..TIX Male 2nelOAUFRIE 1 !: CHAlR' ,_ rook,, ruH eon ins..M... I ....- nol OOM.. ..rare full. d f / ...... mo Mrv worroiHy Ooil vM lirrttma r i..r i US"Y
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f a r N..lIh.....,Kiilnlir'iN.w riot"I".I iYour. First,l CtllanAl Buy CaJjarar.. 3299 II 1 -',7.0... to 0099 ., For. .Easy Grill, Staregal QotcklyX* jL i .M J y

.,ar 1 a Ixl 1..ln.' N.r Only __ ___
YN....NIL. ,11.. $ ..98OG.L L2.66) #85 PENN '
h...1II'Q.I.plerlrr.... / #202 ZEBCOSPINCAST

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404 Mala Street AM 7.0731 Detergent. Easy en the hands 29cLimit I Full pint else battle. 39c ,..01. A...... Can c 29 C

1 thru Saturday 7/. ___ Limit. 1 shoe lorwdor T/. Limit 1 thru Sotvrdoy 7Pile /.




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><\ .. I. Armeur'eStar1Pht;, ( 100 tempi ./0..**)' -
Ncr..y.II. 4 '.Ib.. S 2.
Hawaiian Punch 3 t7 $1 Canned Hams c... 2

>Y11 y t H;.mb'ur; ;?eT!: Buns 2 St.:;, 39 Spare' '.".Ribs$ Fork p 49'ti

.r,1= Ctoof I....IIM a ib. ;

r, Hot Dog SRue'1' s, .,. 2'- pkg'reg.. 39tt .rlokhllt Club Tatty SIIIoked

.., Cook..h, !Alu Sliced Bacon r;Ib.45c': '
j7I ; Z5.ft. .
__i : Aluminum Foil';. ..11 29 Copal ,.'/ Chusk Styli .;
Y.u'li N... 0.4. Whit '. '
IrnrnvtNI.(II Paper Plates . ..... ao.ct.pk,. 59' B r' schweiger .c: 39c-

CLOSED / / .TBUf..PA1,', ,D.'t:.." !lh.a. the 'ourth i T'-ntO '* Frwh. J'. Flavorful. I,Slictd .
Sat.July4 IIaT Friskies Dog Food 2 en t.U,' 29tt B r 'I 12-os. 39c
0 Iogn'a . pltg.

Tatty'QulckrFro Halibut

Steak. par 59C
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\ + 2S Extra Froe W Green Stamp With

J/biPJL ,. "' s.'Kinser's Salad
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J I' PremiumJLabal'Sfisfa I Soled All,Meet Swift '

Frank-s 2Mb.pk. 9'C
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Hollrwe.d A. rd / 'M.Vy,1, ,
Bars -" I
Candy ,;
K.kifl CnM SkMttrlnf .
Potato Stix 3 r. 29c ALL pAY ,

liblr'a Tots C.n.d ,
Vienna Sausage 6 V.", $1.Swcm.il I. SATURDAY N '
'i D.llcloui C.nn.d JULY 4thl A
Boned Chicken 3 *;/ $1.Cairo + ,
IN.ry ttMt TnM
Cucumber Chips ;;' I9c

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Bordtn't Assorted (limit 2 pUapa),

Ice Milk..90Kroft' :: 39C''

'roil The. laity TenderChuck
Kitchen-Freeh (IIlmltl'Mayonnaise'
Steaks lb.59c quart. *SO'"'
1 jor &W
Delicious FruitGround '
Llpton'i Rarrtthlnq Filter'' -Flo
Beef 3Ib .$129 Tea Bags. e ,,',pkg.' .'59'

Englith-Cut for Cookouts! '
s.eEdown II ,

Short Ribs. lb.69c Rlolemonl.RecOll.tlt.tnl Lemon, Juice t '%t as,49;; .. "

CmM*llmliw.ll' '....Tr..l
dairy specials Dill Sticks lane Marcel White '.pe, Table.
lty Biscuits Croch.r't lyrf.rmilk. . 4 ;:'? 39Fll.ks.a. I tr: 29 Napkins !V.'r1'
.'' Con 0IMargarine .-" CrM. All.ckw.ll f IHi.D.gr Swttt Large GeorgiaCantaloupes. -
.'. . 'e;.": 37c M.mburf.f, Sw...). Dill w Sliced or N.lv.d Yellow CIInI f r"P
Ir..k..11... A.Ner. ,...... Relishes 3 forTender 6 4 # 21Is 's1

Yogurt? ... . . 1ge 4 ''tr? : $1c. Florida Yellow Peaches eons "
Wlwanil Ch." lor TIM .
Longhorn Cheese r: &5 Wbcmiin ChMM lor; w"e.,4'
Sliced Cheese 'o1.:.;:-49 3 .u'1. $1 New Crop, New JerseyBlueberries. PLAZAPIJ1IX'
(IA."k.a w ,lIotllt.1) N.wt! F..m NaW... PARK, Ave. andSOUTH
frozen foods ChitChatCrackers pint 49c ( St. r
Minn Maid Pk1.-.r dtfuUr "
Lemonade 5'ir.f$1.: : I.M I. Iy..a.,. 41' 1 U.S. #1 AII.Purpo.ePolatoes. A N K g T TITUSVILLECLOSED
_"I Ctct .Cake GrMil 5ge ............ ,........, c..". 10 lbs 69c
Chocolate :;7 Pecan Sandies t ALL DAY SAT., JULY 4thCOLGATE
With Crt.* SelIC.. .1r4. Ire .
Small Onions ft 3ge 't:: 49 W ;].A' tlQIOO ........... r-_-.nt"'L XTpOO ""'}(' __ ...,
Itch ly. fr....i SmallBabyLimas E TIEA ViOGJ1 fRECI 100i I au OOO--i; ;: fUUUgui
4'' : $1. pREE IOOJ1i 1OOVV '

SI.It...'. Quick Pre.. 1 Green stamps Green stamps. .... .. I ,S7( Green.Stamps.. ... I J" Oreen. w.sn.Od Stamps......,A iiii i
Breaded. P..l'. '."r Shrimp P..1. 2 I.:V 99cM SWIFTS OR ai WHOLISMOKID.1.PREMIUM_)..pwdrr.k IITHH HAM IND i ARMOUR'S....._STAR_.HAMS.IONILIISCANNIO .Wl i Cult t I/tlN.all.,,_"I,",_,11I POP S?.TV'.aw.IIIet4.W..oIaSwift' Ct'LNfIiHI. Id' ) i SWIFT COUNTRY r-RIMIUM.LIME UUIAGIIb. SMOKIO

FishCakes ''ft-k- 6ge ..._ ._Ib. 45-, .. ...3_-Ib.....cn..,.Air$2.I 29. I.1. prNrw _.pk.rrw.s.Nr lie B '" IPM hMpwr 69c L 1..1/ .. .
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5omEt.lmsoi 50 1 l! TAAm150 5omlrTrEAmso !50IDEt.lmso ,. T'A"ffi"5D

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.: : TltuivllU (FlarMa) StanAisVaaafB Wa.nca.sy, July 1, 1M4

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I .J f MISTER BIEGEl.j STAR ADVOCATE'S you can probably get a loan of usWe

t ,,..j ,. and'-...- .... lw. e. ......- i U Crossword Puzzle are aiming this bank at the average man
' sympathetic.

\ t ACIWI88 46,r..u If. Boy and woman. We are owned altogether by local people and
800C we hope hundreds of local people will like and
INobkmsa us
1.Dtapalitlon f flL
tany !if
We'll welcome even deposits are
'ij you your
do business with
Upright SMountalq 2J.! Cram small. us. Many have started, already
It Hardea lIympu 26. Grand ,

.' 13.11 Twiaslrol ne army t_ I I ,i' And you can probably get a loan of us pretty We're easy to reach literally. We're at the

r' 't straw C.Rapturous the I u fast If your credit is good. north side of the Indian River Shopping Plaza on

beehives k Pigpen Jte'f\ r Route 50.We're.
Gonaby eBuffalo publioi < \ We, ar. the youngest bank In the county so we
v 'of :: : to reach too If need loan.
.YL Exclemauoa 7Tau easy you a
2 .roes abbey :;; lean forward In our effort to be accommodating and
17. Heights Regret 117. aelea
abbr. ::One without tion1L .....r.. __

Boys parents 2&Of. 18.At..
nickname 10. Cuddle t.nalve tk5. INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

19.Enoptlaa 18. London pan 29.Color $A.Overlay brevard national bank

god 20.Traveler'' 30. Rasped with eeos I STATE ROAD 50
21.Bait: them. aid 31.Tankers 40.UnIt off
22.Right sides 2L The 33. Algonqul.. Work

abbr. aggregate! IndiansLAaotent. .
23.Cblldma', .

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[ 28.Herd of 1415 D -7HIM3S BREAKING, PERFECT & FOR 00 t
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:Noah'seeoosld IID6 FIGHflNp! iI '
eo11 18 Ig J.O 41 ( ,
their wives S0.Proceed32.GaMentesl I
"No, not flab-they're comparing e e

33:A check. Z2.- U ''l} 14 o 0

Sal.SmalUat sbar lS ''l} ,l foetatel bs

I 35.conhatotfaet 1 29 30 in
38.:Coln: sweet$7Preeione 3
53 M19. -
Ann Landers stone I tI

I peace.. 35 3b STa 38 1J

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Ann Landers: The high her whatever she needed. .#.. [ WHILE I el KI56EDir
school annuals just came out. Weeks passed and I receivedno :.7-1 + O/ENREAD/ L r

I'm lure you remember from acknowledgement. Just whenI riCTITIOl NAMM] Attorney at Law fl e
;your own high school days the TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN I INotloe H. O Box H STltuevllle
I was preparing to drop her a li hereby liven that we I Inland Florida
excitement that filled the corridors
to realeter with Ibe Clark I ofthe June It,, July 1, S, 1) (Wed) 19M
line and ask if had
when these prized volumes Circuit Court of Brevard
at last handed to gone astray I received her letter County Florida the fktltlaue ff4thWOiJLDYt4J
long were name of MOM TOM'. MAN D- ENVELOPES Business Sizes -
the students. saying: WICK SHOP' under which w. Intend
te carry on our bunlnee' agesable > Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp

Our daughter Elsie finished "Dear Erma: I had so many to the THOMAS lew of Florida D, DYER: I for mailing. Full stock at Star-

in the upper 5 per cent of her flowers that they had to be distributed PEARL D YOUNG Advocate
class. Elsie Is not and (Crofton Brewer *: HollandTELEVISION
pretty .
to the patients in the
has had very few dates. She
wards. I will be able todel
is painfully shy and In an effort
all the books that I CHAIN LINK
to her she through
cover up shyness T
made a point of "preferring" to received. I just couldn't thinkof MR.A HILLIOVISIT' HI9 TELL HIM I PIERRE. I jJ n ,I'1

be alone. a thing I needed. Here's your FENCE SALE ABERNATHYL--0- THINKINS ITS 71ME'TOEATI' I ;i pE cO
'I The year book committee check for $5,00." HIS LUNCH yl lt.

prints a little saying under the I felt as it I had been slapped P., IS I II d

right arrow the face. Will you All Running Foot r'i ):.!tff'h
name of each student Under '
t't of Mal.I 48 Inches High 'tv"o'IbS! ih,
please give me your opinion '
I Elsie's picture there appeared a this? Insulted. (lDltaUed) i A1fl4'",\\j
W.rkman'hlr 59 ,.',u1 H
cruel and insulting line ridiculIng Insulted >- q L tr lk
Dear Your
: gift was \,11'
Terminal Pads, ;. ( a o a
rb ,
her aloneness. The poor girl, unimaginative and tastolcss. Her G.t. Ixtr.. :c t '\ ,,
sobbing through her tears said 'k' I: t.I\ a U a
response was boorish and crude. > I I ji "ttk't .tr ,,
"1 looked forward to ,Iii 1 Q
always I'd say It's a wash. '"i'd'AH r .Ar .::

keeping my high school annualas ,.... NO z 11i Na M .. "'>' .<,.........., : ..".'.y.

a souvenir to show my child Ann Landers will be glad to DOWNPAYMENT atw

ren. How could I show this to help you with your problems. I I 7f1. CONFOUNO VLIFLYI THEREIIVEGOT w ssw) WHAT
CO i iatzz
anybody?" Send them to her in care of this 1 YIXI4EBOTNEREDMEt' ,YOU NOW! ,. ;711 THEtJSE?
I hope you will publish my let newspaper enclosing a stamped 36 MONTHS < FORTHEIASTTIMEj.Mrs as

I t ter Ann. Ill too late to help self.addressed envelope f.1 o "00r .f :at a

/ Elsie but perhaps some boy or JJ TO PAY! .- 1i

girl who. reads this may be on a X FJ '
ENGRAVEDWedding Direct Factory tt
book committee in future 1
year I I I To You5ning.l
years. They may think twice Invitations !

:. before they break someone's ((1, e. (( l. a\ /.r

Dear No Name: This happens for just looking ''" AIM
'fJ Summer S.l. Price M
repeatedly and it la sickening. at wedding 'JI .
I 1 !lj: Redwood or CypreeHERCULES ,y QM v'4 ter
How unfair that a handful of t sample book.

kids have the power to cause so Also announcements

much unhappiness. Where are II!i napkins FENCE CO. -- ---.-- -

the faculty advUorsT thank you notes,

I'd like to hear what high Informal, etc. For I '
you Free Intimates Call 4 TIw+ ,, ,
school students think about this Call 267-5773 Local Representative' John Phillip Tlruivllk M74430

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Dear Ann Landers: My )

band is employed in the hUI'1 rues I II

a government agency. For GUIDEWednesday ttI i iE I

past several months he has been 1 \

bringing home ball point pens,

pencils, erasers, stapling mach t ts&
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Inca paper clips, and postage Cb. I Ernie Ford Friday Q 10
stamps. Last night when hot 13:49 Cb biding Light

brought home a typewriter "justto 13 1.00I ::85 Cb.. I New Newe., Rev Weatber aihererCh. I:11 Ch. S Hun.nme 1IIO.'NO Aim..., Z I II ...-...?....x10010101. .........._M.--e. I 1 ; "
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for them In the long run" In : Ch. 1 P.HwordCh. S::8U Ch./Cartoon.
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the meantime everything he Cb. Olenll ReeveeCh. ,00 : o I Ihv
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brings home is clearly labeled, 7:00 Ch 1 I VlrrinlenCC. Cheyenne 8:10: Ch I DootoreCb. Cb Enemies for Wo.... {
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have Ch. To Tell Ih. Truth Ch. 5 Spanish
young children, Ann, silo Cb. IIlkklml 11'. GusenCh
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and I don't want them to learn 1:80 Ch: : Dick Van Dyks Ch. News Dual Edwards 10:80 Cb I Word for Word
any bad habits. Will please 10:00: Ch I tleveDtb: Hour s:00: Ch, 1 You Don II.rCh ('b. I Love Lucy tie
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give me your views on this? ... Cb.. S I Cheekmele Danny KayeCh Ch. I Quion for a Day 11:00: Cb a Concentration I I C.". .,1MMU .<.".xw- .-.....-.. ... dv
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Dear Voice: Taxpayers also Ch.Ch.: : 1:::::; : brlOu''lb.r: : Ch. I Tr.llm.er( 11:30 Ch., S Jnopardy GROAN
for the statues 11:10: 'b. I N.w.. Sports Woatb.r d'25 Ch 1 Newe. Sunder V.nocur Ch S Pete and Otady DOwJUTMNKWE) etsee YOU ALWAYS WERE A PCCR PREDICTOR' T TO BE ( )
pay In the park /M: Ch I Burn.,4 Allen Cb. 1 Mln.lnr Link
I assume your husband wouldn't S WeatborU Borll" 5100: Ch. t Beet of UrourhoCh. 12:00: Ch a Your First Impreeiloa A 51004 d THAT 10 .Ii TlWIi! DUIETLV AS HE ILL BE SEEING ALL OP YOU
think of taking them home. : :: : Johnny Movl."A CarooeCh. star 1. S Huok.lbi.rrr Hound Ch I Love of Life elAAs7eDeWFAIY CA ? 1'(1( (CBUCKIEAROUND) -
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Headltnee Knows Rent
Ask him If he removes these blurts Ugbtning'Thursday. 'Chllia 1:10: ('b. S Neweoope 11'18 ce e New.. Robert Trolll
little items in the presence of Ch. S Leave U to Beaver ta:8U: Ch. 1 Truth or Cona.uenae.
Cb S Hearah for Tomorrow
his. boss or if he waits until he V1OHT ('b. B Ernie Ford
alone 1:00: Ch. Kewe' Mporta, WeatturCh. 12:48 Ch. luldlnt Light
Is to carry them off. This News, Snorn. Weather 13:\M ('b. > New., Ray Wch.rer
should settle the question in his M08l'1111101:1S :IS Cb. C EditorialRoe 1:00: ('b. I News, Weather I Ir
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for 1:00: ('b. t Today I Corhri a A. Ih. World
example his chIldren. Turns
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Don't let up until he takea eveiything 1:10: Ch. 5 Mlukey Ev.ne 1:00: Ch I Rifleman Chamb.rlale1Idt 047
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home stolen objects or the kids 1:51: Ch. 1 Cerloons 7:30: rb. Amorlc.o Profile Ch I .worcl zau
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months ago a friend was stricken 111:11:: Ch 5 New.. Edwin Newmae IN: Cb. Hold l Ce O.neral I Hospital. I
with an illness that was confiningbut 10:80 Ch 1 Word for Word Cb. 0 Jimmy Dar I *. Cb J Hewn. DOUR Edward +
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the hospital several days I Moco sCh 11:00: CL I N._ KiHirte, whetherNewe i:M Ch, I Match flame I
since the woman lives several : 10.1 lb. Menage Cb. C Bporte. Weather Ch. 8""crot norm
11:10: Ca 5 Joop.rd! Cb. Newe,. Bob Toun> Ch Trallmeeler'
thousaud miles from me, I dodn'l CII. S I'ot. end OledyeCM. 11:10: Cia. 0 News' Sporte Weather 88 Ch. 1 News, IInder Teases,
what to send her so I I ..1..1.. Llnhei 11...> ('l1. C fcrtltori.l' 4:10: Cb. 5 lIurn. nod Allen
know "rT..allOOl: 11:IS CII. a Movie "Hie Mejnty Ce I V.01.' Walt
slipped a check for $5.00 in an 1:1: <15. Cb. 5 Your rim Imp..lo.CII. Keefe" 100: Ch 1 Rest nt Orouebo
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