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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 6, 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 )
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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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The Voice of 25,000 frorth Brevard County Residents !!

84th Year No. 81 14 Pages Today Titusville. Florida, .Monday July 6.1964'c Per Copy l'ublllhf"tMl! ,, Wednesdays and-Friday; -
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Criminal Agents Active In Recovery Of Property

She'll Attend THS On Exchange Program ill/ Arrests

Valuation Loss Lre Made
I In County

Thiafand "antOn During JuneCriminal

tin heels of the departure upon completion of her home As most Thai or aa they used: In Two DistrictsCountywide agents of the Brmrd

of a very popular foreign exchange work after school. to be known, Siamese, Somporn X County Sheriff's' Department' recovered -

student, Lea Kennedy, of property valued at 12021(1 ,-
h9 Is a Buddist follower and aheIndicate I
South Africa, la the announcement ( .(X) during the month of June.
In her resume of her
of the new foreign atu- activities attendance at the temple property valuation old! Kind issue voted many year t : Y A recap of activity Included In
dent, Somporn Rod boon, a pretty in her home town of Dhon,. U apparently going to be ago) shows a decrease of 12- the monthly report shows 3T3
year-old Thialand) girl. arrests were effected by the D.pertinent .-
burl. Increased by'nearly $38,500NX( > 530,710 In properly valuation
The 31 Oriental girl will be during the period, 5>
the North Brevard Hospital Diedirt -
Srmporn bus completed t h *I for the 1884 tax year over
a senior at Titusville High School equivllent of this country's high I 1963 year, according to Tax A.I .- (which supports Jess Par- 171 contact made, 76 warrant
and like her South African served, 10
counterpart accident
school end has :attended a fine I senor Clark Maxwell, who I.I issued rlhh Memorial Hospital) show a Inve.tlg.led -
she will "adopt" a Tituivllle 291 assist given to motor.Ints -
arts school receiving a diploma I a Hat of non-exempt value di i'reuse of $3,177,600.
family a* her own and and 1,211 civil paper lerved.
from that Institution In fine arts during this morning' tax equalization .
concei herself with becoming atypical The Canaveral Port District ] .U This necessitated' a total of
l American school girl. She indicates an Interest In English bond hearing. 'which includes North and Cen- [ IIjjiaoCa"I : 4.not hours of work end Involved

Soirporn, an art lover withan 1 social music studies, fine art', Maxwell' figures;: reflect the list Drevard) show an Increase T' .I } I IAT 81m miles of travel for aU 4\

ambition to be an artist, will playing and, painting drawing loss of property to the U S of slightly over $20 million I 110 ) Sheriff Dept vehlclel. -
arrive at the home of Mr. and sculpture enjoys the sports Government In the M1LA area Titusville-CocoH Airport DIsI :; ,
of table: tennis and badminton.Her The eight criminal agents afro
Mr. Charles W Evans, 181 i as the North Brevard valuations I net (which include North and _: .. .. _-- .__.. -? .... ..... .--- made 67 wrests, 240 Inveitlgatlona
Pincerest St., In a few week extracurricular enjoyment* showed a decrease in two taxI Central Uievsrd) shows an Increase -
and begin a period of famlliailzation sound very much the same a I supported accounts. of neatly $23 million. BOYS' STATE Tummy Edwards, left, and Gary Vice and cleared 13J cues I
American youth movies, watching \ Trice right, are in Tallahassee to the weeklong Squid activity for the
i and orientation prior to ; School bond district 1A (An Cjtipl'-'ts' figures follow; today begin -
I entering school in September. TV and music. session of Boy' State In which government la studied period was mostly of a lurveiS

I Somporn come from a familyof Although Somporn speak the NON-EXEMPT VALUES first hand. Boys' State delegates are outstanding lance spent' nature on the with boats over 400 hours In

nine with five brotheri and native Oriental I dialect, she has union, chosen by the faculty and sporwored by Amrr- the county, whereby operation two

one sifter and being the second am" had even years of English, so Icon Legion Posts throughout Florida. While there the were arreatetl. Four other men,.
oldest child has had responsibilities I a her American 1063 1964 Change "young men of tomorrow" will establish mock a
". family the Evan a government tests
.i. t' made
were by this unit during
I heaped upon her at an early tj'; ; >1Ii family shouldn't have any trouble General; Fund 357,1101,812) 9 306.221.522 38,419.110. and will draft and introduce bills which will beenacted the month .
rn' .,h,.....'.. :..* 38,419.110,
I age. She seem to be a dutiful understanding her or vice Mosquito Control 357801812. 3116,221.522. ,- .upon by the Boys' State legislature. Center is The Identification
daughter with assigned chore Somporn Rod.boon veuli.I School Current 357.1101.812. 396.221.522 38.419.710. Bud Sylva past commander of Tilusville Unit 1 and pdt Departmenttook
I School 1 357,1101,812. 306,221,522. 38,419.110. district commander, American Klon.-S.A( Photo). 183 sets of fingerprints, 237
School let //Ie Sink 357,8CJI,812, 3116.22t,522, 38,419,110. photographs ((87 of which were
School -lB 357,801,812 3118,22t,522. 38,418,110. crime scene photos), printed 201

I School County Wide 357,1101,812. 3118,221,522, 38,4111.110. photograph for other law enforcement

270,000th Person Visits Central Fla. Flood 357,1101.112. 3118,221,522. 38,419,710. Tax EqualizationSession agencies and served
418 criminal
School 1.\ 52,122,9H. 80.272.234. 2,580.710) subpoenas during
School 4.\ 118,5117.3113. 105,711,987. 7.124,804. month.

School I 132,1187,210. 155.649,461. 23582251. The Communication Depart .

School IA 132,1187,210. 155,1149,461. 23,582,2". mcnl transmitted 401 menage &

School 7 171.2115,758, 186,715.628, 1.4211,170, Set Tonight over teletype system, 122 of f
Cape On Sunday Drive-In No Brevard hospital 52.961.600, 49,784,000. (3,177.110O( ,) which were for other agencies

Canaveral Port 185,874.3.13 205,901,151, ZO,028,118. within Brevard County; and received -
Canaveral Hospital 44,162.5211. 53.125.1tO. ,963.281, City council iwUl) .It.. aboard THu villa taxpayers, who protest 4,910 message. 79 crimInal -
Sebastian Inlet 138,875,287. U8.847,449. U7U62. of tux equalization In the Valuation plated upon the messages were originated u lathe
4 The 270,000th person to take i temaikabte space and missile I tions. Recreation v 1 000 40.708.1105. 49,708,1105 city hill tonight. aiieisinrnt 1'1I11.. art' required to office

Sunday tour of Cape Ken- exploit," In the ensuing al'.and{ First, In line for the J'epenlneday's Rcrr..lloa.71l'f9,60t., \ '.1I2t76Z'JO. ,ZO.22IIlItl." The meeting! 'jwlll Cps held'lathe .''platV such '\ rul"t In writing Teletype was responsible In Ute
drove through the Cape's a hilt months, mere than: 263- tour were Mr*, and Mrs. 3 "mron" a 000 7s h 73.Jt1DlI8! $is" "'' 7S.woIJ.08O. council room, starting at upon a form supplied by the recovery of I stoles automobile.

Gate on State Highway. 000 people accepted his Invitation J. A. Morris and their twin Recreation 4 82,9117,813. 115.5116,040. 2,511II,427. 7:30: pm.Corps, City tax assessor, .4 stolen! tag, the apprebenaloa !
about 1:30 pm. Sunday, and have made the tour of I daughters, Kay and Fay, from Recreation I OIJO 114.162.655. 114.762,1155. Such protest were due In the of 4 felon, 1 escaped prisonerand
Ille the military area one of the Cre! tw<.ll, North Carolina, Tftua 205,683.775. 22,791,565.
General Harry J. > : and -Coma Airport 162,892,210 office of the Clly clerk by noon the locating of four mining
> ., Jr., Commander of the iiflto| 'i favorite torllt.attrac.! nephew, John Reynolds of Or. Road 18 1,813,9110 2,028,780, 214700. Offices today and will be heard' In orderof peraoni.

Force Eastern Test Range lando. They have been followed Tiling, unless the mayor other-
First Federal around the missilestuddedcircuit win dlic'ds! operator
Cape Kennedy who was at In TltuiviUe
headquarter ch.cltoed
by more than 63,000 Here To Close checked !
resident hove
the Cape to open the previously ClearedAs / the wanted file fur 820 auto
families In every sort of four- 17 B&E Cases their property imminent dur
restricted Air Force Installation tag license questions a* to stolen
for public tours on December 15, Promotes Penny wheeled vehicle from compact ing the poet .everul! Boys at city vehicle and 309(> auto regl*.
cars to large truck and busse By End Of YearThe
hill and a number of protests
1963, remarked, "I wish every tratloni for other law enforce-
American could have the opportunity Did yeu realise the your Public Interest In the history- Police/ Catch Four have been made In writing meal' igemlei.' Also checked the

to visit this famed copy of Frld.,'. StarAdveeate making landscape and the desire local Corp of Engineers file for 111 wanted' persons
launch site of the Air Force colt yew wily four cents of the Cape's 15,000 military office located on Julia Street County Permits
Eastern Test Range the start- At least thaf all the IMI and civilian worker to show several will completely'close somewherenear Total Jail population for the
ing point of our nation's most delivered by carriers cost their families where they work Del. Lt. W, J. Bohannon of hutch, and entered the end of (the year This, I.I month wa 418 Individual for a
customers.Included. prompted the decision by General the Titusville Police Department house taking groceries, silverware what A. D Aronrnm, acting project Down Last Week total of 3770 prisoner days for an
reported today that 17 cases of and other numerous Items average of 128
In the edverflM- 1. I. Davis, then Atlantic manager said today. per day.
CommissionersHear mint of First Federal Savings Missile Range Commander and breaking and entering and theft The boys were caught it 9 o' Of this number 309 war Brevard .
and Lean Aiwclatlon was a now National Range Division were "clcired" over the weekend clock Friday night In a motorboat Ho further slated that the mission County building permits dipped Cmmty prisoners 76 for City of \

real in semi 5,200 Commander! to open the Cape. when four teenage boy were owned by Bill Davis They for which they WIT brought below the half, million dollar Tltiinvllle, t for Clly of Coco. 4
caught/ in a stolen boat. were apprehended by Bohunnon, here hid !been completed or mark the punt week after doing for City of Eau Oallle, .4 federal -
Valuation case a bright, shinty, 1964 People are allowed to enter
well the woek earlier.A .
The youth were George Bennett Del. Sat. Saldano, and Patrolman mostly completed' that (there very prisoner, 7 mental patent\
the :
one Cape' South Gate
every 14; Andy Efferson, 14; Ctury. They said that they wi no need for the personnel In total of $111(1,419( in permit and 10 were juvenile. i1'
Sunday between 1 and 4 .
In the remainder ef the p m.
nearly this were Issued through Thursdayby The Sheriff
Mike 14 and Steve were leaving horn and plannedto area. Department expended
Protests Sampson ;
Today and drive well marked route
I 1,000 copies diitributed by a the County Zoning Office t,415.15
for food
Sampson, 13. The four boys go h Miami In the boat. during
carriers, the pennies. a by the towering gantries and The office which has
were employ Tulllng down the total was ib- the month for a cost of about 40
Sitting aa. Board of Tax bit tarnished but control center that have contributed are said to hive a dub formed They were token to the county ed ii 44 has
always up > person now only sense of a single commercial rents 'per prisoner per day, the
Equalization the Brevard County worth one cent so greatly to tine na with the Efferson youth servingas detention home and after the 12 employees and the office building permit and residential report pointed out q

Commissioner this morning It was a special advertising tion' space and defense effort. their leader. Detective Division completestheir space his been reduced consid activity dipped! somewhat, also,

heard nine request for objections promotion by First Federal Each family I.I greeted at the Bnhannnn said that they have Investigation they will be erably. Most of the employeeswere with only 34 new home* permit
to assessments and six requests emphasising the fact that in gate by an Air Force noncommissioned stolen bicycles, an outboard motor turned over to the juvenile aulhoritk's. transferred or wen offered Issued Fire Chiefs To I

for homestead exemption. 30 years since Cengress eilab- officer and a Pan a record player from a local opportunities< In other area The residential division accounted

Objections to valuations on 'llthed the Federal Savingsand American World Alrwiyi Security for nUlls) ind the blance -

North Brevard property were Lean Insurance Corporation Officer The guest receive of '3 ,80:! went for nilicel- Meet In City r

entered by the following: ne ene has sror ...t. a pamphlet which give a lan vu. alterations, addition r

Bert Solomon, 1415 Lake penny In an Insured savings point; .by-point guide by thu and repair permit. Brevard County fir Chiefs', ;
Crest Drive in Country Club account. Cape' key launch complexes and North!' Orevard's share was al Association will\ meet In Titus- 1

Height:, The Idea was praianted FF building proportionately alien *s the rest llle/ Sunday, July 12. and plan

L. H Sigmore. 1413 Lake President Sal (Savings Sam) Sixty:ve minute later, the of the county, Only two permit are being marie for a display of
Jesse by Star-Advsctt advertising '* went to the north end (.f major firs apparatus aa part of
Crest Drive in Country Club family exit! Uuough the lime I I
Dave Dunn. the county for construction out- the meeting, according to Tltuivllle -
Heights. manager gate with recollection of
a some
side l municipality. Chief Jim Brown.
of the, exciting events that have
Albert C. Morfcbak, Palm Ono was for 121,600 luu d to Builnea session of the musing I
Court, fiist addition to Titusville. Seal l Contest occurred on the Cape and a feelIng llrluiwood. Builders Inc, 1130Ifopitlni will\ begin at 2 p.m, In the comi ;
pride to America' accomplishment
Appeals for homestead exemption Ave, Titusville fur a inanity room of Cllltent Bank
on North-: Bievard propertywere in missile development j home to be built In Drairwood Fire truck, etc., will displayed
entered by the following: Deadline Tues. and space programs IS a, Mq4 1tr ti+rwJ subimliiljn. BaU Construction on the parking lot seat of the I

Mr :and Mrs. James Mabry, A I r, 4 Iric mme address, was listed bank.
I1 ** the building contractor. And! there will be a short parade
261 t'inedo Drive, Indian River
Tomorrow 1.u on 1 II the deadline Sales Gas Tax
City A $14,000 permit went to R. by the TltuifW. deplrtment'
for the contest for idea for
W. Copland, Tilusville TrailerCouil. old< American Li-
Mr. and Mrs R. E. Taylor, the official seal of the City of
for a dome... in Port St. Grille truck from the bank to
Ecott moor. Tituivlllo.; Collections Up John. K. A. Coleman, 224 Taylor, Fat 110,'* neaiaurant, where, !the!>

Mrs. Jill FUnk chairman of a Tilunvlllo, Is the building contractor group will enjoy dinner at 3 p,m.
Fire Damages Car committee appointed by Mayor Site fix collections on retail .
Kittle to originate ideas which sales In Brevard County duringJune
Titusville Fire Department' answered could conceivably be incorporated this year showed a M percent 1y Gas Sales High Citizens Bank
a call this morning to Increase over collections InJune
into the official ee..Id\
Camellia Avenue when a car last Gasoline In Brevard during
year, according to 3. tales
the best seal Idea, as Judged by
owned by Harry Thompson the committee, would receive a Ed Slra'ifihn: director of thertorldJ My totaled .419.501 gallon, Sets Open

caught fire. $25 prize and second and third Revenue Commiaskm.Collections rankIn (lie county eighth! among
Fire Chief Jim Brown said in June Ibis year the 87 counties In Florida. Bank is in have art
that a line on the power steering and place$)winneis respectively would receive $19 totaled $387,970 compared to .'- ....-.. ,...... ..------ --.-...-....-.. ,-..-.- ,.. ,. .. .. -...-.--....-.."..- ..., The bold ranked tile county "Op,
unit broke causing fluid to $440,011 year ago. PROUD OF PEACHES Bruce Nldy, that are bearing fruit this year plus sew ahead of such counties is Volusia citizens '
spray on the hot manifold, causing Mrs. Flick indicated some good S'rjugnn star. released figure left, his ton, Bruce Jr., and C. W. Nidy of eral smaller tree*. The tree are the free- with 4.320,301 ,IUonl, Iscim- new president. Bill Kevin, to.

it to ignite. Ideas: have been submitted, but en gas tax collections, showingan West Tropic Street are certainly proud of stone variety and the Nidyi stated that his 4.913.567 gallons and Polk morro-v through Friday,
Damage to the late model wanted to emphasize that the increase from $368,832 In the crop of peaches they have this year. cold weather doe not affect them. He wills> 5,119-1.1,4 gallons 1 here will be free refreshment

Chrysler was approximately committee Is .still encouraging. June, last year to $445.427 this They are shown above with one of the ali aid that they have several! tree for K ti"ene sales totaled 25,231 and favors for all who visit at

$100. plrtitlp tion. -" year, a gala of 21 poor cent. loaded tree In ail the have ten trees sale-(S-A Photo). fltlun. the bank and meet Mr Ntvln..H .

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Pig I (Florida) Sfar-AdvMaH Monday, July ', 1N4o ,di" '

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1I Phone 2K7-3S94 will baroara carton ,1 i'

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1 Talk about a way to spend a Holiday guests In our area include :Smyrna with girl friend, ram t
Hurlburt and her mother, Grace
r short vacation) Five local gals Steve and Shelly Flink
(Mn Vasar B.) Carlton. You I
will return tomorrow from and Shclly's brother, Joel Rosen- tell the girls didn't let
can any :
f Lockheed WivesTo Waynewllle N C., where they bluth, from Philadelphia, rain bother them fiom that certain I
VFW Auxiliary IRC StudentAt visiting with Mr and Mrs. Ben
Hold Luncheon thon have bridge been engaged In a mara Flink, Steve's parents, and his redrish glow Mary Anno ,
I game. has
brother, Larry and Jill Flink of
Slates Thursday At C.B. Virginia (Mrs. Bill) Burr, vacationerswill
Weekly SeminarRichard 440 Abbott Ave. The
r h i iI Jean (Mrs. Ooo) Fey, Barbara for Miami' Gateway Welcome Wagon
The Lockheed Wives Club will ,' leave Thursday
fC' :, r (Mrs Tom) Henderson, Louise, Club members will be selling
hold..a luncheon Thursday at E. Karberg of Indian t' to visit with Steve and Larry'sgrandmother.
Work Sessions Cocoa Beach with Betty Grave- :: (Mrs Tommy) Smith and Con tickets for the Miniature First
River City Is l one of 21 graduate nie (Mrs. Ray) Winstead have Nighters next show Five Little
line us hostess and Wests Hut-
students enrolled in Stetson Uni been a*. the summer home of Peppers: And Hoi They Grew;
Members of the Titusville chins AS co hostess. Wendell and Chris Se... of
Auxiliary 4228, Veterans of versity' special American Studies I cfJa Pauline (Mrs. N. W.) Bryan S. I returned this and s musical adaptation of

Foreign Win will meet Thursday Curds will be played from 10 fcemlnar this summer. The since last week. According to weekend So. U. Hwy enjoyableand Little Red Riding Hood scheduled

at 11 I.m. at the Post Home a m. until noon, with a aocial pl'Gllra.m la exploring regional plans, one of the five was to take relaxing from ten a very days fishing for July 17, 18 at 8 p.m. and

to start the work session for the hour t la follow and then the I care of food and other household 19th at 2 p.m. In the new Jaycee
luncheon. analysis of American life and duties while the other four play in West Palm Beach. building Proceeds from tho

year:These sessions will be held Reservations should be made it U made possible by gifts from ed bridge with III of them docked their Yacht boat Basin at it the Rlvcrls Buccaneer ; show will benefit the Bievard

once a week and any person who by six pm today with Carrie the late Charles X. Merrill, 'a taking turns Beach and were accompanied on Courty Juvenile Supervision
Denote, 207 07U. Connie will there to Center located across from the
stay up
U Interested In helping the directing partner In the investment four days of their trip by Walter
await arrival of husband, County Home.
Auxiliary work on comfort
firm of Merrill, Lynch, and Norma Jean Carpenter.
articles for the patients in the Mrs. Locke Returns Fenner ind Smith. Ray, and daughter for a longer

hospitals: (local or V.A. Hospit- vacation wives In this Fred and Connie RadcKffe of
From Convention Several NASA
all) 1 la welcome. She acid that she went over to 1840 No. Smith Drive are the
area tire striving to organize
Various other projects will be Mrs Eunice Locke, president Camp Pinnacle in Henderson. Tltu&vllle NASA Wives Club and proud parents of a new baby

carried out at these work see of tho Pilot Club of Tltusville Mrs Bob Jones of Jacksonville villa!, N. C, to visit the couple's all the NASA girl, Amy, born June 23 and
will be contacting
tlons such as making articles returned last week from New daughter of Mr and Mra. Iim 's.1ENGAGEMENT two sons, Bryan and Frank wives telephone during too weighing, 8 lb. 3 oz. Connie'a
that Frank P. Schuster visited with a who are attending the camp. It mother Mrs. John Iamurrl
are needed for the American York City where she attended! the came
Cancer Assoc 43rd annual convention of Pilot her parents and other relatives l. ; J'I !"MI" :sbf:.1:'; .' was the first weekend parents next week down from Schenectady, N. Y.

AU persons planning to attend Club International. She was the over the weekend, also helped ANNOUNCED Mr and Mrs. BernardB. could visit and Connie reportsthe Due to the large number of to be here for the special event.

arc asked to bring their own official delegate/ from the local I her grandmother, Mrs. D. B. Coveney, Sr., of 333 Coquina Avenue, Indian River boys were so busy they hard NASA employees living In this The Radcliffe's have three other

sandwiches end sewing equip. club. The meetings were attend. I'rltchard, celebrate her birth City, announce the engagement' : and forthcoming marriage ly had time to say more than area, (more than 200 have been children, Mark U; Lisa, 9 and
located far) the gals will
ao ,
ment. ed day which Saturday. "Hello, Mom. Jill, 4.More.
by 1300 women. was
of their daughter, Florence Margaret, to A/2c Don need some help with the phone

aId P. Nevins, son of Mr. fend Mrs. Robert D. Nevins, cilia. If you're Interested, call
Seems to have been a pretty
1119 Jones Street, Titusville. T/ie bride-elect is a grad than 100 children registered
Ruble (Mrs. Byrce) Lowry at
quiet July 4th 'round town, not
uate of Tftusville High, and attended her freshman for the Titusville Jr. Woman's
yearat too much going on except the 207 1145 or Joan (Mrs. James)
Florida Southern College. He fiance was graduatedfrom rain which la bound to Insure us Kubacko, 2874697 The group'scurrent Club "Children Hour"
Titusville and he is the reading program at the Titus-
High, now serving with
a greener, more beautiful Titus plans include an organisational
United States Air Force stationed at Valdosta, Georgia. ville. meeting In the near villa Library which began today

A 7 p.m. ceremony will be., held August 8 at the First It wasn't quiet for the Joseph future, and will; continue each MondayIn

t1 Methodist Church of Titusville. All friends and relativesare Draper Kennedy's though I Margaret July.. Preschoolers (age 4
It cordially Invited to the and reception following and 5)) and first grade children
and Joe enjoyed the July Special guest tt Nannie and
at the home of the will hour their favorite stories
bide 4th celebration down Eau Gallic Jack SmeUeri house Is their
during two morning sessions
Way this weekend and I do longtime friend, Henry Becker ,

Recent Births At Jess Parrish HospitalRecent mean "enjoyed". Their adorable frrm Moses Lake, Washington. one another group from from 10-11 11.12 a.m. and
group noon.
little Patti Ken
The Smelters took Becker on the
births at Jess Parrish born June 27, to Mr and Mrs. nedy, was crowned "Little MisaBrevard" Cape Kennedy tour Sunday end Second and third grade children
r N and the North
# X y r Memorial Hospital: William Britton Weller Jr., Friday evening over plan to visit the Florida Keys, Brevard Rehabilitation
n r Palm Harbor Trailer .Park, Titusville 61 other little girls in the annual Cypress Gardens Center children will attend
A daughter, Myra Jean Holt beauty contest. and many the 3." session.. Nancy (Mrs.
other points of interest In the
'RYIN weight seven pounds, 19 A lon, John Brenton Nolt, The charming little four year state during his two week visit. Paul)) Wilkinson Is chairman of

born June 26, to Mr and Mrs weight alx pounds 12 ounces, old lass, daughter of Mr. and Becker expressed at the program.

LeRoy Gilbert Holt, Oakwood born June 27, to Mr and Mrs. M,.. E, Gayle Kennedy of Eau "the' magnitude of surprise the

Trailer Park, Mima. Letter Nolt, Webb'raller Galie| was crowned with a gold /clt most Cape"and The Titusville Junior Wo-

Park, Mime crown decorated with red rose outotataters"don't man'> Club will hold a called
A daughter, April Sayre Man..y realize just how large it
buds, and received a trophy mee'lng! Tuesday, at 8 p.m. The
A Johhn Edward
weight seven pounds, seven IOn, KUpat- really Is
along with her title. Little girls meeting will be informal and
r ouneea, born June 27, to Mr. and rick Jr., weight seven pounds, The
t Mrs. Lawrence R. Maney, 4281 two ounces, born June 27, to Mr. (between S and 6)) entering this Sinelsers young daughter, will be held at the home of Mrs.

Garden Street, Titusville. and Mrs. John( Edward Kilpat- conical are judged on beauty, Mary Anne, spent the past week Mark Goodkind, 2742 South Circle ,

rick Sr., ,Route 50, Christmas poise and personality. enjcying the beach at New Dr.

A daughter, Carol Rlochuito, A son, Glenn Jack Brown Jr., Patti looked stunning In a yel

--- _. weight seven pounds, 13 ounces, weight six pounds, three ounces, low organdy over taffeta creation

NORTH CAROLINA Taking time stead, daughter of Mr and Mrs. R. C. born June 27, to Mr. and Mrs. born June 27, to Mr. and Mrs made for her by "grandma". A La Maiick Salon is always near you!

oat from full days of activities, including Winstead Jr.,, 620 Indian River Avenue; Domenie! E. Ricchuito, 101 Hilltop Glenn Jack Brown Sr., Box 211, Margaret is extremely telented In Melbourne Cocoa Tltusrllla Daytona Beach e

horseback riding, swimming, hiking, etc Holli Henderson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Drive Titusville. t Scottsmoor. sewing (and' many other things).

are yourfg women from Titusville who Thomas L. Henderson, 38 Fairglen Drive; A son, William Britton Weller A son,, weight seven pounds, She makes her own clothes and TITUSVILLI
III, weight six pounds, 15 ounces, even her own beautiful hats. We Open a m. to 1 p.m. Monday
serve as counselors or who are attending Lynn Cameron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. two ounces, born June 38, to I
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. hear she Is currenly workingWe Through PrldlY Saturday 'Til! I p.m.
Camp Ton-A-Wandah !In Hendersonville, Cecil Cameron, 151 Park Lane; Ronnie Ludwig
N. C. Left to right are Miss Nancy You- Richards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Smith ParticipatesIn 129 Roosevelt Street, Titusville. hear she is currenly working

ree, Parkway Junior High instructor, and Richards, 134 Ojibway SU' et; and Joyous I Sea Exercise A daughter, Elizabeth Marie on im "out.of.thls-world" creation :
well teaching several f
Pam Parrish of and Carrow, weight seven pounds, as as ftk4cukokIcuffo.S
daughter Senator Parrish, daughter of Senator and Mrs. R.
Mrs. R. Bernard Parrish, 8 Brady Street, Bernard Parrish. "PACKARD XV"George two ounces, born June 28, to members of Gateway Welcome ,
who Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Car- Wagon Club the art of millinery.
are camp counselors; Cheryl Win-
.K.: Smith electrician'smate row 2613 Morse Avenue, Titus
third class, USN. son of1 I vide The next GW.WC. chapeau

Mr. and Mrs. Geerje Smith of A son, weight five pounds, one session will be this Wednesday N

I (42 Mcndale Lane, Titusville, ounce born to Mr. and Mrs. morning at the home of Liz (Mrs
Hospital Activity recently participated In a sea Donald Tanner, Ellis Lane, Don) Fryslie, club president, 68

assault exercise called "PACK. Mlms. Gardenia Circle

ARD VX" aboard the Navy amphibious A lon, Troy Douglas Cozart,

JuneMAdmissions Thomas of Indian River City; Discharges James Woodruff command ship USS weight: six pounds, 15 ounces, Mr and Mrs. Henry H. Whit-

John Lennon, Earl; W. Sklvrr. John C Ahmle, and Allen Ross of Mims; John C, Pocono off the coast of North born June 30, to Mr. and Mrs aker plan to leave tomorrow to

Cheryl Watson, Constance Van Elizabeth Blalsddl, Wevy C. Ahmlo of Indian River City; Carolina Donald R. Cozart Box 362, spend the summer at their homeat 1

Fossan, Geneva Hardce, Carol Hall, Vera Maxlne Butler, Ther Cheryl Watson of Tituaville. I Route I, .Cocoa. Mountain City, Ga.
Maney, Bill Rcnshaw of Titus esa Rinehart, Claude W. Shaw, The exercise serves as a
graduation for Marine
vllle; Grace Kilpatrlck of Lester Denson Kirk Davis, Geneva UNDERGOES SURGERY ceremony
Officer Students of
Christmas; Joann McMillan, Leo Hardee of Titusville James Amphibious
; Mrs. J. C. Rogers entered Day Warfare Schools at Quantlca, Va.
Glenn of Mims Arlene Flynn of
; W. Colkllt Dinah Colkitt, Calvin
Winter Park.Diachlrael. Woodson of Mimi; Shirley Con tons Halifax Hospital yesterday The officer students are con 4e
with different
types of
Connie Ratcllffe art of COl'oa.Dlal'harae where she will undergo eye surgery aPr
amphibious and sea assault
and baby girl, Doris Carter, Virginia Woods, today. She also visited during the exercise. problems TUESDAY

Sharon Wright Patricia Tucker, Janice Ward, Rita Bowen, Pam. Mra Claude Barclay at the Or- 4 # ?,
Barbara Belflower, David Meti- ela Mcintosh of Tituaville; Bill mond Beach Hotel. In addition to the Naval units 4r

gee, Warren Abbott of Titusville; McBride, Robert Hager, Mary and students the Second Marine YARD GOODS SPECIALSALE carefree

Albcrtlne Oliver and baby boy, Brower of Indian River City; VISITS DAUGHTER HERE Division at Camp Lejeune, N. >

John Schneider of Mime; Margaret Michael Kolonlck of Mims. C., and the Second Marine Aircraft STARTS 9 A.M. TUESDAY CUtS 1k |UN J
Bandy of Indian River June 30 Mrs. Angelina Mays of Tamps, Wing at Cherry Point 5 S

City. Admissions Veronica Jones of mother of Laura Maxwell of Marine Corps Air Station also PRICES GOOD ONE DAY ONLY!

June 27 Indian River City; Mildrew Tal- lilt Palmetto, Is visiting here participated in the exercise tho way you like It none extra with perms -

Admissions Marlene Rlcchuito ley, Vera Simmons of Titusville; and celebrated her 75th birthday cut alone, 200.

Louis Mall, Shirley Welter Anna White of South Merritt July 4th. This Is the first time TN03I HORRID JAMBOREECOTTON LA MARICK LA
of Titusville; Jefferey Ahmle, Island; Edith Kllnk Joseph FAN COLD WAVE
In }1 years Mrs. Mays has been n r
Rose Allen, Robert Hager, Mary Frost of Cocoa; Lawrence Duff In Titusville. Friends and relatives AGE comparable value, 12.50 ? 6.

Brower of Indian River City; and Calvin Woodson of Mima.Discharges joined with her In. the SPOTSMOITHIMOUT 4d\r\ LA MARICK ASTRE

Malinda Nolt Mary Joe Tannerof Geraldine Brown celebration. LANOL WAVE nr

Mimi; Geraldine Brown of and baby boy, Marlene Ricchuito 4ga i.r i. comparable value 25.00 . 7.7J

Scot ts moor. and baby girl, Betty Jean Car LEAVE AFTER VISIT a\\ FABRICS each priced
Discharges Geneva Hardee, row and baby girl Shirley Wei- complete with e Conditioning:

Mickey Kornegay, Louis Mats, ler and baby boy, Jean Ssmrsla, Mr and Mrs. James Sullivan Hh.mpooe

Shirley Barley, Anita Wiggins, Samuel Jessee, Willene Ford- And daughter, Mary Ann of R NIGHT OWL SPECIAL Pnnuinallmd Il-lr cut o Styled ant

Keith Merritt, Tina Marie Flack, ham, Geneva Hardee Connie Springfield, III, left this week SaCOCYD. Sto9PM.

Billy Renshaw of Titusville; Van Fosssn of Titusville; Bill after visiting a week at the homeof !
Sharon Kelly, Linda Fusco and Colkitt of Mims; Vivian Cramer Mr. and Mrs. Herman KWultwjoJ Mill. With each waves Slightly Higher

baby girl, Charles Davis Jer- of Indian River City. Sr.Don'i Wtathtrtd. brown I r Mle ri La Mtrlck All Purpose .

ferey Ahmle, Sherllyn Kerr of pots on the aurfact Shampoo.Retail .

Indian River City; Arlene Flynnof Admissions July. William 1 Perry, ;r*|awwfw5ro .ltln ml hnldeup( .. Value. 37eCharge
Winter Park Joan McMillan rwuTy -1J.
; you are
Florence Hicks of Indian River Scratch That Itchf them aw.y with
of Mlms. now ISO-
City, Joyce Reynolds David IN JUST IS MINUTES. TCRICA: that mdinl d cram .k 4
June It
thai "broaki .
: Admissions Lois Morrow, James Mason Gerald If the .Ink. ...... .rritlrhl.t.. Jtutr 41* mint on the up din I nuuti htlps ol.make pIg. ti Itl! !
Ludwig, ., .. .
Ine Jasperson, Jewell Sanders, bnrlt ony tlrim ( !> \ fmMmilik hands look white and
Vivian Wood Betty Carrow ar>U. ITC 11.5ae-VI.T c.... young
a Dcnlse Moretta, Dorinda Kill- .hc.hl. llrklm o.l*|. ..*.... .">llM. |>ll. Haut Equally .rf. tlv. on the i
Sybil Brown, June Jones, Catherine .,linn kllh |..... M kollt ....... .N...l- IMO,nock and"trmi..Not a nvtr.
ette ; Rohlke
Betty Sheila I I... t'I.. .., mr night' IM ........ I.. up. Acta In Iho dlp-not on It Ya
McGee Elaine
Scandrett, Sowell, Tracy Lynn Lovett of Tituivllle ..rl 511.., rl........ f... I.,... elk. .? rrjfrint, inixltu but t.r BEAUTY
Jerome Welch of Titusville Pat. ...,.r. n.h.. "ow.. ..1..... softening. Iubrkiln kin u It SALON
; Howard Allen Ross of '' Mww.PIN. clrara those hi.......... I
rids Walker of Indian River !!.. up At Phone AM 7.6565
Mime --- hMUuii drug and tuilttry
: Cltyt Chaucle Richard of Mime I" wart U plus tax. U you toun-have Sew So Many Things with This Wonderful Array of Fab- Tliusvllle Shopping

,r Discharges Eddie Oliver ..Patricia ........... !thew blotch...-,.y..Un.if brown opal rice Solid Color Cotton Dr... Prints. Stripes Center
!I' Holt and baby girl! of .... '.. TOWERSRENTAL l ash,.,tlru" you want cloartiv. and. Dots Skirt and Blouse; Prints Drapery Soutk't Largest
Miens; Janice Tilton of Christ- wa.rrolw. AI el'' $y wsrs0lCRICA Cloth White Crystal Cottons. and Leading Beauty Syttem

mil; Leo Glenn of Mimi; David Kc fifd It a'US APARTMENTS CUTTER DRUG
)- of Indian River MEET OUR EXPERT J
fiashara City, STAFF:
\ ,y"d" June n 'ee." asaaoavJ ... (XOA IIA.CW I lit Apple Plata TlrwsvllleM BIG. APPLE. PLAZA Monday thru Sat. Dee Smith Patty Brown *
Admissions -;. Fernle N. . .. HOURS 9 am to 9 pm Ann Robinson Dot Hall Peggy Han
enolli Avenue I...C. Thelma Locke, Mgr.Y' .


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Monday, July |, JM4 ntusvllle (Florida) Star-Advocate Pl9 :

!' .. ',,,",,," ""' .... ,,.""""' ........, II ).//1!'. .... Thompson Coming I .-. i 1
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Indian River South TituivllU, Happenings I It\,',:.-( '"" '"111 t.:..' ., : ''i- .' ,. o,'> '" :- '. .: -," '. "h. ,,' ,;,' ),. To Town In TLT's "Rain"Somerset ,' ; { !

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''''. '; Maughan'i famous MiPhall (lorrle Ordinal;. ::
Pirates And Reds Win LL Pennants '
; .n Sadie Thompson U I coming !to TiBu.. Brown, nick Fly? and :;:.; ;i '

: I' > y tusville July 10. 11. 17, 18lh for John Ilogan play marine whp I.

Little Lupus Baseball .........,. lljritage! Program, they must ,,. 's ; i the enjoyment of all theatre Inns befriend Smile while J. D. Loutwylor .; n: i I
Winners In the Major League >. .t meet' certain requirements ,' ai Trader (Horn and Jean I
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\ Sadie playfd by ROM Ann
Division watch
of Indian River Clty'aLittle I I These / Itolley, his native wife,
League are the pirateswith ? IJ : J 11) Crouch, finds hrrself stranded with uneasiness tho struggle: between I
l' 1. ; : la'
1, Advance one rank in scoutIng 1 1it\ > ll on an obscure Pacific 1 Inland. the minister : i
2nd place going to the r Sadie and I
I I'o
2. Invite another to r .. '
boy 't.
Brave ; # ;t' Among her traveling companions Nova Ramsey and Clalretto Murray ,
,, }Join tlioir and 3. Display the on' ..L\, ;...... are" righteous Reverend" David-
.. .. round out
In the Minor League, wlnnen ... .. ai two native girls
flag properly on appropriate mm, portrayal by Larry Robin- ,1,1
are the Reda with the Indians } Ilio cut
:,; holidays 4. Learn about the hli dedicated wife Gone I I
; I. J eon ( Lrut- ,
taking second place. Millie Ramsey and Oneta
i ir ...
The Senior (Pony) Division is Nathan Hale award from Free t' Putnam), sympathetic Dr. Me wylrr are co-i'lredlng' / this production

still playing dom Foundation, and S. Write ,, 9 I Thail, !(John Chapman) and( Mm.' t of "Rain".
a 25 tu 100 word statement on 1" \ :% ___ I
Storekeeper and Announcer ?afie "What a boy can do to \preservehis : \ I t ', ,

The busiest official of the IRC xa American Heritage". ) ; t" f'
Little League from the begin ; Freedoms Foundation at Val \ : 1 I '
ning of the season until this is, 6 e r ie' ley Forge has provided Troop r L 't
without a doubt, the storekeeper 310 with a colorful facsimile of .. /IrJ )1 I I" Itf't it \ti ... ;,,. :y ys

and announcer, Miss Lee Ann the Declaration of Independence .. \ .... {,I. 'w ,'jl.
O'Mara and Preamble to tho Constitution !j I "
.. which will be on display at the /: L E DRUCiS
Lee is the daughter of Mr. and Jl'
Mrs Edward O'Mara. She has it d ': tt _..: Indian River City Civic Centerat _> ."' .._ .... 'wu:....I Ii _..r.-BI.'_ '" ...'L .1_
auIG.J HI meetings of this troop dur
kept score for 46 ,games in the
Major League and 15 games in Miss Lee AM O'Mara ing July. MAJOR LEAGUE WINNERS The "Pi Wahl, Dennis Macko, Ken Burgess; secondrow THE ONLY REXALL DRUG STORE IN N. BREVARD
the Minor League Troop 310 also received a rates", winners of the Major League Div Leonard Brown, Alan Collins '

Perched in her elevated box Maid
atop one of the dugouts, and arm of Eau Gallia Bridesmaid son, signed v.'hich by all President the boys John have are (left to right): Front row-Jim Brown, Manager Bud Jones, Robert Pres ,INDIAN RIPER PLAZA RT, 50 INDIAN RIVER CITYSLIMMINT

ed with a Public-address system, was Susan Roberts of Eau Gal signed as part of their pledge Randy Stephens, Monty Cooper, Henry{ ton and Lewis Leonard.

she has kept everyone informed lie> and bestman was Bill Hart to participate in the SlrenllthenAmerica'
of each and every play this year.Now .
Icy of Eau Gallic. Ushers were Heritage Program, I '
This scroll will be presented to 1'1'l 1'I,
Children's Books Bruce Piclou and George Sample. l'
the Elk's Club of Titusville on a ,
Trying to keep pace with the Following the wedding a reception dote to be announced later by %

Indian River City Woman's ClubIn was held at the home of Glen Archer, Scouimater l

their project of Reading Clubs the bride's. parents
sponsored by "Smokey Bear" Miss Greco Attends

during this vacation time Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, IAwln'' Little Journalism Institute ir ,l % Raauhr jI

Jackie Merriam, Librarian at wood from Pittsburgh, Pa., are ,, I I .,, 1,13 / ,
the IRC Branch of the Titusville and Pamela Cherrle Greco of Titus ; I
at the home of Mr. /
visiting 1 f (ONLY with uYpenJuly /, T,1Limit 11
has ordered and
Public Library Mrs. Millard Hill 34J Pritchard villa With School Is attendingthe
received a great many books of Ave, Mil Littlewood Is the twin Nswipspsr: : section of the I M, r ., r \1,+' k +"la ,t'e ly 1 J I I n Y '
special interest to children. sister of Mrs. hill. The Little- Sixth Annual High School

Among those she has just re woods stopped over in Washing Journalism Institute on the University ,
calved are "Let's Find Out" series of Florida ,
ton D C. on their down, campus '
wsy '
W I j al' 1I1N
I Ihm >,
Martha and Charles Shapp t
by The Institute, conducted by
and from here will go on to Mar I r ___
embracing: gate, Florida, where Mr. Little tho Florida Institute for Continuing IIQUID IWIETINIR
'What's Big and What's wood's parents live, Millard and University Studies and the ,

Small";; "What electricity does"; Edwin crew up together, and University of Florida's School of t s EETAI
"What's light and what's having!! married twin sisters, Journalism, opened Sunday, 'I
heavy"; "What the Signs say these two families keep in constant June 28 and extended through
about the United Nations", touch with each other The July 3. The Yearbook section I I Raaular 98 ?3.
Other books received are; Littlewoods visited down here waa held the week before 1,19ONLY

"Once a Mouse" by Marcia two or three times each year. One hundred twenty-five high ( with toupee -July /, /.limb 11 I
Brown; "The Habits of Rabbits"by Litllfwood 1s in the employ of school students from Florida! and

Virginia Kahl; "the FlyingCarpet" Jonca and Laughlin Steel Corpora Georgia are attending the Insti 4 / / ? ,,r pa I ,t ,u ,NIN,
by Marcia Brown; !km In Pittsburgh tute. .,. ;'r.r \
"Five Puppies for Sale" by Esther ---- -- e rti.
Brann "Finns and Tail.." .. / t '11 II J I Ill!
; Rick and Marietta Barrett of Printed Pattern -- '" -- __
by Elizabeth Campbell; "The
Little Knight" by Elizabeth 313 Delespine Ave., left last Friday RUNNERS-UP Winning second place in der; back row Ricky Venter, Kim Lavlo- NAIR IITTINO LOTION

Johnson; "The Happy Birthday to" visit his parents and the Major League Division of IRC Little lette, Manager Jon Miller, Kevin Phillips, ALBERTO VO-5 S
Egg" by David Dejong and other relatives in New York League was the "Braves" This team Is Joe N.lylor, Coach Dave McDougal, Jim ,w l
"Looking for Alexande" by the City, They expect to be away composed of (left to right): Front row my McCoskey and James Schmotzer. Players

same author; "Maxie" by Vid- about 10 days. During their absence Wes Teel Eddie Mills, Mark Schmotzer, not in picture are Tom Naylor and Raaular

ginla Kahl; "The Story of SUck Mrs., H. L. Harper.MarlpHa' T. S. Murray, Billy Morton, Glenn. Sny- Timmy Molr. hSOONLY
mother is '
Istar Haupt keepinghouse ,
i-Npse-In" by ; t
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by Miska Miles; for her other grandchild { with reopen Julr tb I,1Llml/ 11 r.'I''I'IwP i
"Klckapoo" J ,
"Little Lone Coyote" by Wilma ren, who have been living with "".. "".. ,,,,,. T _..._ .

"The Little Horse that the Barrett's for some time U IJ, Lu DA ,N iqlIltll4
Hays; ._. .. D
Raced a Train" by Wilma Hays; I
"The meanest squirrel I ever News ef Troop :310 I. n all

met" by Cene Zion; "Lonesome Boy Scouts
Little Colby C. W. Andersonand I ItCRIt ROLL ON-
Scouts Indian
Troop 310, Boy of
"A Filly for Joan": by the .",;Ivr City, sponsored by DEODORANTANTIPERSPIRANT

game author; "The adventures the Elk's Club of Titusville, announced 22 CALLS
of Isabel" Ogden Nash; "Puss that
today they ure participating
in Boots" by Marcia Brown; '
in a aation-wide "'' Kreuter t'
"Jumbo"King of Elephants"by
Edmund Lindop. "Strengthen America's Herit > i e ec 1,00
age" program through June and On This One Ad
L. L. Special Mating! July. (ONLY whh ewpen r July b 1limit 11Ip

A Special Meeting of the Indian The purpose of the program Is 111 d1 II III II II 111 Ay II NIH
River City Little League to make boys in Scouting and c b

will\ be held Friday, July 10, at people of this community more ( / I r,I II
of their American fleet .
the River Lanes Bowling Alley aware -- --- ---
Meeting Room at 7:00; p.m. loge The program la being cosponsored ..3 BEDROOM HOUSE, large room ,I I MI1tNUM ROit, ON
by the Boy Scouts of with walk In closets. Walk
All pArents and anyone interested America and Freedoms Founda r" through bath Large \llvuig; dinIng -
in Little League Baseball kitchen Screened back ,.w ,
are !invited to attend. Time at tion kt Valley Forge porch. Large lot. Shade trees,
this meeting will be given to Over 138,000 Cub Scout Boy nice lawn. 101 Jules 28T-6T32. Rwubr $ 98
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Scout and Explorer uniU will
one and all to express their 1.00 I Ig.r.
views concerning the organize participate, The program will

tion of the IRC Little League culminate th National on July Boy 18 Scouts at the Jamboree Six 9196 SIZES "Rented The house to the First personwhli (ONLY with eoup.q .. July /, J, t llml/I I ,

Personals at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania 10-20 t / 4 I ,i N ,I N NI //N yhIl
called Then Had 21 More
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where over 50,000 Scouts
Richard D.
Mr. and Mrs. Printed Pattern HUt! '
Cromwell and children of 305 will celebrate American Herl- '"e.p,' Sliei 10. 12, 14, Id. lR, I Calls Later.?. i I 1 / t t I'' '
with 2i else It (pleated
Csrlysle Avenue, have returned tag Day special patriotic version) -
/f!. yard 39-Inch t
Cnmpflrc meetings fabric JOHNSON JOHNSON ECONOMY hit ,
from a week's vacation in bid., :
CENTS in (
eolns for
visiting relatives and friends in Scouts not unending the Jamboree this pattern add 15 cents BABY OIL
Csrydon, when Mr Cromwell's will conduct their own"Heritage" for each pattern for Lt-clus i I w
compare in their mailing and special handling. iI
fend brothers live.
Send to 170 Newspaper 1'at ii I
respective'camps and communi tern D pt.,23H: Wet 18th St., ,, Raaular9N
Mr end Mrs. Elmer Cole and ties. The public will be Invitedto Now York 11,N. y, Send GOf i I 69 '
from Lincoln, Neb., attend for our Sprinr-Summer Pat
son, Elmer tern Includes I
art spending several weeks In order for boys to participate for One free Pattern.eouI.onIOOd HUNDREDS ARE LOOKING FOR (ONLY with coupon Julv 1,1,1Limit 1)) /

visiting their daughters and fanvllv In the Strengthen America's
._ N +y ,nN i, n y N ,< 1
Peter ?
Vernon -
Mr. end Mrs. ----- --- RENTALS RENT YOUR HOUSE
son of 350 Carlysle Ave., anJ lao'BFLORIDA'S ,

Mr. and Mrs. Richard TrombU I ,,
of Put St. John. While here ,
the Cores are spending many
hours enjoying the company of WITH LOW-COST
their grandchildren and seeing UTILITY BRINGS f BABY BATH

the many sights of interest in STAR-ADVOCATE
Florida.Mr. !:\ \ I ..F R.outirMe <
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and Mrs. Ed "Red" Cokerof ? I
Overland, Missouri arrived (ONLY with ceup n July o, J,1- Limit 1)) I'N
last Wednesday to spend the 4th i I
of July holiday with their old City Gas Company of Florida hat kroufht\ ,1,,, ,,-I 1 r ,+lal,

friendi of many years Mr and natural p* t* Brevard County. Live modim JUST DIAL I ... _..
Mn. Howard Freeman of 4 Orange and era money with natural gas for cooking,
Court.ftober.CI.rtoD. homo heating I .k conditioning( clothoi Ay-
lag water floating and many cammsrclal A AM70331For 1 S LAIN DIOLEIC '
Industrial .,IlIlIe.tl.... Through, our subddlary -
Miss Janice Fay Clayton Wedding of Indian -Drl-tai Corporation wo also supply. "MISS CLASSIFIED" SUN TAN CREAMI
ttio finest kottled gao throughout tAo count*
River City married Daniel All City 600 end Dd-Wo customer anoontlcod /
Meredith Roberti last Saturdayin iy union tmgloytot.r Reaulu 9 f
the Central Baptist Church in \ I 1.60
Melbourne, with the Rev. Oneal II I 5IAR.ADVOCA IEI J\t r.1

BeD officiating., (ONLY wlrh reopen -July /, J, / Llmis I I Ir

The bride is the daughter of CITY OAS COMPANY OF FLORIDA YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPER i iI r,l. .,t r r b LY t ( ,r r, l y I r ,,// wit'.
Mr. and Mn. M. S. Clayton and 'I
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the Bridegroom is the Mrs of .oo.a trruwwa waeevaaaNe '
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4 Tltwsvlll' (Florida) 1..r.Ad"..... Monday. July 1,114I' Fox Dies

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I Rushin'. Roulette by Chon Day Sunday After CUTTER'S
Commissioners Approve It... : .i'i:' 'f..

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Area R Fox 61, of 2529 Titus
Recreation BudgetsBoard
Ave, pasted away Sunday evening

'. after a long illnesi.
A retired coal miner Mr. Fox
of County ColJ\lt llllon. back over to mosquito control from the general fund to $30. / '. came here five yean ago from -r"l" "I"TYf
era completely' affirmed their department and make it available 000 and It was brought out that Summerville W. Va. He was .

decl lon 'to break recreation! in fur sale; the United Fund* total had been born In Birch River W. Va, May

"* (the cciun'y down On. district They pointed out that the cut from $30,381) to $10,000. I 11, 1903. HELENE CURTISSHAMPOO
*t been, as they budgeted total dredge now operated by mosquito Next session of the commls- Survivor include his widow, 12-0Z.
"* of $20,000 for each of the five coitrul would be "passing son'! budget committee will .beheld Mrs Mary Fox; two IOns, John

.- districts In the county out" of its work and would be un Thursday following the lr'l : '1 rM and Lowell three d.ullhlerl.Mis. ,

2 Commissioners stated last available for sale within the tfgulir meeting oi the commis .. Mary Jo Fox Miss Ruth .

2 week they! planned to support retw f.rst a.x months of 1963. amen \ : Fox and Mri. Mildred Davis all :5: : R.* 1.59 ;:::
creation un a district basis, tether County health Dept) director -- 'f) of Tltusvillc; a brother Russell C
2 than county-wide feeling )r. T. Paul Haney presented his Estates Filed c. :' 1I"W7"W'1 Fox of Summerville; three listen ::::; With Coupon 7 7 art; ::

cPt Mrs. Elsie Bowers of Clarks ONLY
J they had better recreation- budget to tie commission this I
3 paitmenti within the districts morning and it was In such de- I/ ,"" i'I burg W Va, Mrs. Shaver and
; In addition to the $20,000 for taJ that 'the commissioners had For Probate ": { n Mrs. Myrtle Doddrill of Sum. J

M.. each district tin board okayed to do a lot of bead scratching to t." ,. .. .: l mersville. I I I I Itlt\
9 $80,000 on a countywide basis, attempt to figure/ it out. filed Mr. Fox's remains will be sentto JJJJJJJJn""Ii"
Thirty-four oslawere
J with $35.000 for operation of The budgttkhoweda total re for probate in County Judge i : ." Summerville today by Smithfuneral {f
Home for Interment in /
ss the dredge used by the retreaJJ quest of $4t)7/3t), broken down .
lion department and $25,000: lot us follows: July 1 balance $83- June Virgil B. Conkhng's/ court during ..\ the family plot in Hill Cemetery,

:jj administration. SOO; state and federal sources Mnurne E. Walsh Jr., who "IMM" 11,0413 NhA. sort IM' ell 0001M Summerville. X ELIMINATE ODORS KILL
i. The commissioners' aid local NKM 1 Mle !
they $ 9.058, sources $238,731 died Feb. S, 1959 value "not I;*; HOUSEHOLD GERMS "
: were going to make a United Fund $30,380 and Board
M complete exceeding $ ,ooa"; John William H. Nobles Dies
v and drilled study of the cost of Public Instruction $16,030 for Ina
Bowman, who died March 13 Lysol Spray
5 of op"' !ion of the dredge oper- a total l of $467,739 He estimated 1914, value $2,000; Charlotte M. |

:J ated for recreation to determine expenditures of $416,146, leave Robbins who died May 22, 1964 rloa r..,:,,,,. ..1", s..,,.. Al Marianna
w actual costs and that It It proved ing a balance at the end of the vUue "more than $10,000"; :::::; Reg. 1.29 ;:::

*"was that the moo. cost than of dredge 30 cents operation a yard, 1964 The.S3 Commissioners budget year of proposed$31,593.a Charlo'te Hug Werner who died V r, W. II Nobles 87, brother of :::::: With Coupon 8 3 C :;::
July IS value .
181)4 $18,500; ONLY.
7 Ira Nobles of Titusville and ::sJJJJJJ
the board would turn the dredge cut felon the requested $43,751
Vrrna B. M Ik-r, who died April formerly a resident here passed

:Higher Salaries Needed To Keep 19 Thomas, 19R4, Value H Morford$3,000, who died MISTER BREGER away. At Mr.Marianne and Mrs., Fla.Ira yesterday Nobles I G I I I'I A''11111'''\ 1 1 A WJUSTRITE

April 23, 19(14( value "mure than
I ] left this morning to attend funeral
$luU)0"' ) ; I. E. Simmons, who held'I .wrf'
services, which will be f"1" "Ii"j
: Key Men In Mosquito Control Units died Nov 18, 1937 value not Tuesday, }

slated; Carl A. Harp who died The deceased was connected

*, Florida is facing/ a big problem ed. Die. 31, 1063. value $804; Lendal/ it with the old Bank of Titusville
In its mosquito control efforts Brevard's. mosquito control A. Sharpe: who died Jan 9, I I Ili which was organized here in ;S \ FOAMINGCLEANSER
but this problem la not the 1064 value not stated Peter
; and Its director Jack Salmela 1912 He was the second cashier -
Jpesty little insect Grelmel, who died May 14, 19(14( li of the institution, and left s
Brevard who have been noted by state agencies
County pioneered value $8,000; here about 1924 to become conncct"d -
the field of mosquito control magazines and the of U national S. Govern circulation Robert Barbour, who died with the First National :::; Reg. Zinc ;::
>and passed her knowledge on to July 8, 1960 value not stated, Bank of St. Augustine
'other Florida Counties, spend ment for In outstanding the field/ of accomplishments mosquito Lorena Bauer who died May Following the closing/ of this :;;: With Coupon 9 C ;

thousands* of dollars a year to eradication. Salmela Is 29, 1964, value "not exceeding/ ic bank he became president and ONLY. :s
,control the scourge of tourists.Other $9,000"; Jesse A. Fitch, who principal stockholder of the Citizens
highly regarded/ by county com I
states the
bordering sea
died Feb. B, 1964. value "more
missioners for his In Bank of Maiianna which
Twith '
much mosquito breeding than $9,000" Francis A. Red. I wmnmmmH \\
operation of the control and according ; ..nfW position he held until his death ,
land have Instituted
marsh recently -
to another commissioner man, who died April 27, 1964, -

.mosquito concentrated control; and programs/ this of It It'. no wonder Wenner la I bituneasy value Felix"less than $5,000";; Too Late To ClassifyHOUSE "t""I"l" j:: ll7
Fitchtlnger who died
dilemma. for he Justly feels the ,
'Florida's FOR SALE .
March 3, 1964, value "more than "
county cannot afford to lose its
Louisiana has one such program ASSUME MORTGAGE no qualification
underway, and the pelican director. $9,000"; Mac Hughes Thompson .sacrifice extremely low PALMOLIVE
state In Intensely consecratedto who died Oct. 13, 1936 value f'x f ,. b 11 down payment 1446 Lake Circle
not shIed Peter Swanson, who Drive.
relieving herself of the "ikeet- One Says "No"To died June;.8, 1964 value $10,- -- Rapid-Shave Zff
t :.er". that she has set up a tremens ROOM FOR RENT .
Jpus\ budget for the eradication 000; Sum Sophie, who died April "Okay, BO a mirrored wall makes the room look ROOM PRIVATE bath private

program, Including) / high salaries 6, 1964, value "more than $9; twice as bl?-but it looks like twice as many entrance, 2672591.ATHLETE'S alrconditioned. gentleman B-J.MC ** 3Si

-fur directors! of the control. Job CheckTwo 000"; PEOPLE in it, too ." With Coupon 6 C ;;s
l.lghtower Johnson Jr.
t ... Florida counties are losing/ en- FOOT ONLY. ,
''toraologlsU/ ,, pilots dredge: open offices )In the courthouse died March i. 1964.., value '"not HOW TO TREAT IT ::s
:.itors, county directors anyone have Indicated they highly approve exceeding $3,000"; Gertrudf' M Api.I (Irani, T-4-L liquid Cool It s
,. .
;Vitli any knowledge of effective the salary evaluation and Alford, who died June 19* 1964 Legal Secretaries Invite PublicTo ,In lab"'n.kolil... In.h a H rh.r.Retains. ...lrh, kymlM.'....4.kin 'G J
value .,..... nff. H.l, "approximately $1,000-
programs of the pest control to Job study proposedfor II. |\ Ova HOI IIa ?JJJIIIIIIMILttWX11 \\ \\
Louisiana at higher paying/ salarlei all county offices by the 000"; Mildred Mayes, who died fm .r : tl-: I .. Ihrpllr

much higher than II paid Board of County Commissioners, May 12 19S3 value not stated; View Movie On CommunismA -ninlhliK.. lor T.-.4.-.L.!.rOOT lr.t, fo IMIHUKH.t ed... Toll 1.fl. .. "j.f .
-jnany of the Florida county' dI. but one office Indicated non ap Albeit Itaskins who died May It >l all one ..I..... --r" "

'feclori.y proval. 21, 1002 value "more than $4.' two-part movie on "Com- al Tracing of the Rise of Com
1. County Commissioner Lee Commission-h.lrm.n Lee 000"; Jewell Smith who died muism in Action" will be shown monism Throughout the Woild" :
.JVenner of Cocoa bimseU fur- Wenner said the budget commit. May 23 1964, value "more than members and guests of the Tltiikville /- and the second part "Living Con I >> LUDEN'S sis

brier mosquito director for BreVarJ tee of the board has received $3,000"; J. B Tlndall, who died Chapter Legal Secretaries ditions Within the Communist Presents0A44
last Wednesday in the bud.het word from Tax Assessor Clark June 19, 1964 value "less than Association at a meeting Empire." E CANDY i

Bearing brought up this fact Maxwell and Circuit Court Clerk $9,000";; Marie Elizabeth Grocbe, Wednesday night.: The film Is about one hour In I .... .... I
t when director Jack Salmela presented Curtis Barnes that they were who died June 14, 19(14( value J. Pat Blumer, Croup Mane length and will be shown at the $8950' Reg 39c Box ..r i
his budget which was "very much" In favor of It, particularly "\IIort: than $10,000";; Citizens Bank community room I PI..s.u fa4.T.. __ $ 00
Southern Bell Telephoneand
lthout increases Wenner suggested gcr 8 a .n. ", etoIyh'r With Coupon 1 ;::
> if It Is carried throughand Hariclta L. Cooper, who died Telegraph Co Titusville, starting at p.m. Out If*'* lifM W.(M .*, e0.
the commission study the put Into effect. June 21, 1904 value $21,000; Neil will the movie.? The The public Is Invited to view TMh..IN*._" OMMkAnCW'TCH Only 3 Boxes :s

6 jxwslbllltle* of raising salaries Wenner said that Tax CollectorJ. Garrison who died June 16, 1964. first present is "Graphic and Factu- the movie and members of the.IIDeI.tion : georjje stuart ::s
part .
of some of the key men in the D. Nash wrote that he w.sn'tInterllted. value "mote than $9,000";; Clifford particularly hope --c"-.C4 .I....ot..
:leontrol, telling of an entomolo- U Stroud who died June that junior and senior high stu- I,_ to.I 51.rrss: ; MSI* 'UJiIIIIIMLUtW11Jill

:lIst In another county who was Other offices have not been 19, 19. 0, value not stated; Charlotte DODGECARS dents will attend 131 MST ROHNSON ORLANDO '\'\
Zired Louisiana, leaving a
by hoard from as yet Wenner said. G Smith who died June 3, --- -
j1.500-a.year Job to take a $19.- .-J.l.I"I. ] .ft
1U64, value "more than $5,000";; AND TRUCKS
,000 dlcectorahlp, and We Specialize In. .
Darned the same thing could New Traffic Club John Hi MiMue who died May DODGE DART

happen!' to Drevard. To Meet ThursdayA 29 000", 1904; Florence value "11101'e Howe than Under-$73- Complete) Parts Department ALL FAMILY

2, "We'velot/ the bent mosquito Trained Mechanics BAN
control set up in the state" Wen- meeting of the Cape Kennedy wood who died Nov 30, 1963 INDIAN ;:::
per said, "and the best director Traffic Club will be held Thursday valap,"k-ss who than died $3,000"Fob ; AnnlJones BANKING ( ) : : CREAM DEODORANT ::::
end I don't think we should lose at Chastaln's Restaurant
Jhem If we can help it." he add- Cocoa Beach value $10,000; Vera H. Pack- I 208 N. Orange r Reg.69c ==

Persons directly or Indirectly aid tulue who died April 19, 1964 New Smyrna Beach Come one com all ''t.. 1J I 'r:::: With Coupon 3 6 c ;:::: 1 4
Smith Elected To associated with transportation; nut stated; Douglus Frank TEL 421440 ONLY "
: Board air, water rail or highway are Drown who died !May 24, 1964 Dad Mom Brother, Slater'",. ::::;: :;:
Crematory Invited to apply for membershipby value 17110.Osborne.. j :s
'" the bank that' to
to ready
w E. A. Smith of Smith Funeral contacting T. 0. Smith of THE FLORIDA SHAVERSERVICE I

dome and Ambulance Service of Fidelity Storage and Warehouse serve you all the way. Loan J11111IIIMU1WLWJ" '
Jltuaville was recently elected or Jamrs II Herring NASA Popped All/ Make. Itectrlc khevor S.r leFactory '
the board of of the transportation oUlcer.Thursd.y' Trained Pertonnc-l' for what you need easy ...
4o governors
Furniture Co., Inc. Farts 'In Stock..S.mt Day ferric .-J.l.I"I. ] ; {r
ventral: Florida Crematory inc., meeting will be 14 Years Erperlence Chocking Account for Mom''a rI-
.t Winter Park. fur the election of officers and C INTERIOR DECORATING J5 N. Orange-Orlando. GA 1lttiMaternaLane
1.Smith Is a part owner In the the adoption of a charter g4 DRAPERIES CARPETS household bill, Savings for
firm and points out that the S WALL-TO-WALL CARPIT- I OFF
firm this entire area, offering NEW SMYRNA BUILDERS INO INSTALLATION that day when Junior will be Jr ::=

Jiatkms.htvivlll./ .top service for ere- Lumber & Building MaUrlala PURNITURIDRIXEL andPENNSYLVANIA COMPLETE CENTRAL MATERNITY FLORIDA'S MOST-SHOPS off to college, or for when SI. I :::: SPRAY INSECTREPELLANT ::::

Builder" .... ...
'Everything for the UAr4f 545.5 decide to marry the man In
(Florida) Star-Advecate Dixie Freeway at Canal St.New S4I MONTH.OHttMIB' ATB.U ;::; Reg. 1.19 M ma ;::
Smyrna Beach 721 Palmotto 4211021 Anton S-ma her if That' complete ,
... &.....11....d IslePuhldbed Call Collect 425.1011SONOTONE< New Smyrna Beech ale 5. OBANOB AIR'. I :::; ff C "S:::*
banking Mrrlc It' easy OPLYupon. ff ff
THE PET SHOP Tradewind
W.A..J.y.Tlluivllk a rnd.r.ea' .....* It's convenient and 11'1

e AI Tb Advonl.MI.r.A. Ina ,
'lulMln. I }JJJJlllln\\\\\\\\\/ \\\\
Florida, Inc.
M ...I 1. *lr.MTIIUKlll fancy Collar .Leashes Ups
Pool of h.rl..tl"l Quality
amino: rla Sonotono of OrlandoMurray Budge' Fish' Puppies Supplies SSOS I, ColonUI .,. 1"M .;
S. Long Dial. Mr. <7. N. Or.no, OrUndo. OA M742 OrUndo 175.1111 st. NORTH BRIVARD'SOLDEST \
HMiry H H ud...., Plea W1 N. Magnolia. Orlando, 422.2101 ---- -- ANDLARGEST I
Mr.. Hciwl a. Hudon., V-P. { I COUPONS NEEDED ., .
*.,h.rt H Hod"... ... 'Tr..*. BOND-HOWELL MR. BUILDIRl Are You f NATIONAL NO

.tu,...d-r... .potu.< |paid .l Tlluo- CHARLES SLADE III LUMBER CO. PLEASED with the QUALITY : BANK $5,00 Max Factor Touch of Youth . 3.50
waa Ph. ,101. COINS ol your TERRAZZO FLOORS? j jwhy
-':'--- II""81tIt' RARE North Florida's Largttt Dtalor >..11'- $2.25 Region Aquamarine Shampoo . I UO*
.......... C._ "_I.... Wo Buy and. Pay Moro "Thoro's A Material Difference OWENS TERRAZZO, INC. Your Financial Partner in Progress
:. .......1 aAh.n.Alass.. SERVICE Lotion . 5.00
IN Bath
Largest Stack of Coins Around Your .boat friends In Building fall ('.11..* FIRST IN NAME FIRST Jean Nate After -
....,. .H H..1..... PuMUaaHINr ., IM N. Orngo-Orlndo-42S-4toe Now Smyrna Beach 4212411 "N' .w ..>..... ...... II 4 H-IMI Member Federal Reserve System

M.iN D'.H... IIIdNu""...".....I.It."Me' -
".'IIt.... 0 I.C..rL ("1.,1...... Merpbaorlptlo.
r I
S, Vp. "srrASSfTss HO of NIW SMYRNACall
..jj'j' 2504 McR,.. St.Orlando. TITUSVIILE. FLORIDA I *
tiy n.r d. / Collect 42141)1Mow
/M1M.fe Na19.3Malt.t.. 424 8S73 Smyrna Beach North Broard' Only Home Owned Bank I f

Oet.I ; P3rlaaU I Boy N. Mills Orlando, OA J-01JJ
gets .. t MOo 54.055 Me. UH



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J i Editorials VA Recoveries 2 > ; *

Listed For Year

,UAW And The "Big Three"

Ending June 30

:#: United Auto Workers Union president Walter P. Based upon figure submitted 'y 2t i
1a k
Reuther and his by the Florida State Service Of
delegation started talks this week with Coupon Moo, TWM fc Wed. Specials
1 fleer In St Petersburg. Col W 0 *
the "Big Three" of the auto industry H. Boshoff, Veteran Service Of

Current UAW contracts with General Motors, Ford ficcr for HI followi Brevard on County recoveriesfor reports ft i paTOffOTT TT.fTTJJS j! COUPONVASELINE'_ /

and Chrysler expire August 31 and new and further demands Brevard County for the per
i are expected to be made by the union lod July 1, 1963 through June
Included in these demands 30, 1964: PETROlEUM JULY
are higher pay (they now
are the best paid Industrial workers in the world), earlier Service connected $75,954; LI It,. I9, Full Peimd 44C'

retirement, higher pensions, shorter work week, and Non'service connected $46,239. Jar Hue Seel
39; Insurance, $7536480; PL
others 550 training, $18,907.00; PL 1< ., Limit I wit* rwr/r I .......... Wa. 'II

President Johnson and the entire economy is anxious- & 894 training, $2760; Dtath

awaiting the results of these talks auto compensation and pension, $68.
as Industry con-
66119; Burial $5,837.50; MiscclUnpoub COUPON bra,_
tracts cover more than a half million workers and often $498.75.
set national wage-settlement patterns. Total recoveries: $29422351 tl 0 SALT TABLETS fgRy. "J

The bargaining sessions will likely last all summer and .._ >I1t lOMle
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J', arguments reach before IMI I Directors et 100 tablets with '
a high ended
may pitch
they are 5-YEAR AWARDS-Three AVCO.Florida bourne and E H Diemmer of Titusville. / destroie. Fir these 14' / \

The UAW strike fund is said to top $65 million employees at Cape Kennedy recently received During the five years Of their employment who perspire a lot.
cufflink and tie sets with AVCO-Florida, these men have
all-time in Declare 101cDividend gold clasp par
an high so light of this they consider them
limit I rlr rwvl. NlrwKk WM to
commemorating five years'service with ticipated in more than 100 AVCO reentryvehicle .
selves in a demanding position, no doubt the company W. L Schaefer (left), Ad- flight.tests involved in the Titan,

Henry Ford II, president of Ford Motor Co., has served ministrative Supervisor is shown making Atlas and Middleman test program COUrONCHOOZ _
the presentation to C, O Shank of South (U. S. Air Force Photo);
notice that his company will not shy away from a Patrick Shores>>, J. R Rowland of Mel- C1DReg.
: strike should the union insist on the bulk of its announc- The Board of Directors of Inveslors SIA

i, ed goals. Mutual, Inc. has declared
I. a utterly dividend of 10\H Read The Star-Advocate Classified Ads 15c IM ef It
The President's Council of Economic Advisors has centper share payable June 26 ,I Chewing tablet Be i

l\ proposed that wage boosts are geared to increase productivity to shareholders of record at the for acid ttomach.limit (J]
estimated at 3.2 percent annual for Industry Close of business on Juno 25 .
1964, Harold K Gradford, chair I rIM tuSM tkiwiill WMl tiTO
r.; in general I
mand and president, has an
Ruether the other hand nounced In Minneapolis
i on insists automation boosts
productivity In the auto industry by 4.9 percent and has This: dividend for the third '
this is a "minimum goal" this year. quarter of the Fund fiscal year :' : : PREPHRig.
compare with 91\ cents per .: ..: : / 1
The UAW is a large, strong union and the auto in- share paid at t the end of the preceding 1 .. 9!< Tub ef /
dustry's Big Three are large, strong companies. some- quarter and lOVi cents '\. .iii'"'!. Preparation. .H for

I'stated: thing or someone is going to have to give a little before \ per dividend share will paid be a distributed year ago The exclusively 'f'\. E Hemorrhoid Relieve 64C..

these giants come to termsLet's pain. '
from dividend and Interest -
.6 limn I "tilh MUM thrwiik I w l 'I'
hope the national economic picture will figure Income. It is the 05th (. ,. r
consecutive dividend paid by tho ,'
in these bargaining sessions after all, the demandfor Fund { '
Hci COUPON.__ .
the end product of both the industry and the UAW f
Investors Mutual, Inc. oldestof
automobiles depends largely on the national economy I
five funds for which Investors BRYLCREEM
and the ability of the motoring public to buy it Diversified Services, Inc pro any

videi Investment advisory and I .... fit tube of
distribution services, Is the '
Popular Irylcmm. 5 Be
Safe Boating Week largest mutual fund In the world, hair r
with current assets in excess of droning.Limit
$2.4 billion Shares outstanding 9 y I I rob MUM. ttirMiH W<*. '// kinnntoi
number approximately 204,833; ,)p f'a
With accidents increasing at an alarming rate in so 000 competed with 183,300,000 ., 1.ie' .
g. many areas, it Is gratifying and reassuring to know that a year ago. The total dividendwill e COUPON Oft
although pleasure boating has been growingjjteadily amount to approximately SHAVE\
$J1570,000 and win be distribute RAPID /
a decade and a half, the serious accident rate drops ; ,
ed to 31)0000) ihaieholders S
year. FREII Colgate' tooth. '

e. yr R.,. fie Glint C
Why is this trend, which has been consistent for so BakasCompletes Comb and large tube 61 1
long that it is definitely a trend and not Just happen- Major ; ,' ;

stance, true of boating? Colgate.I, I I rl IN ,MUM IhrwKh, MM/. T/tff
The answer may provide a clue to methods for im-

proving safety achievements in other activities. First of all COUPON ,

the committee for National Sate Boating Week (this year Force Course ,. I -Lil.

from June 28-July 4)), comprised of 14 prominent national REAL

organizations and supported by the industry, carries out Motor Norbert W Bakas of r
its safety program throughout the entire season, It does 228 N Balph Ave, Pittsburgh, Aeroiel lemb I
not make just one big splurge for a single week and then Pa., an Air National Guard /;. .... 1,19 lag 6'ge
(ANG) officer recently giueluat o lomb. e
,' i
lapse inactivity.
ed from the Air Command and Long Distance Lets You Visit limit' I .IM MUM Ihrwilil I IUJoaUIIl8t
Perhaps an equally important reason is the attitude Staff College orientation courseat
boatmen take toward their favorite outdoor recreation. the Air University, Maxwell
Anytime -
AFB, Ala.Major ';): : COUPON jj tWJB
Boating is fun in itself as well as frequently a means of
transportation to (presumably) better fishing and hunting Bakas, son of Mr. and TQUIDHTleg.

grounds, pleasant spots for picnicking, interesting coves Mn Garden ileslaw St., Titusville W, Bukas, is marriedto of 802 Miss a friend? Grandma? The family back home? You don't have JOY D

for scuba diving the former. Virginia A. Mc. to pack up and go to enjoy a visit Just pick up the phone )9e ilio '

t.. Generally the boat owner and his family apply tot Kee A. McKee, daughter of 684 of Orchard Mis Matilda Ave, and call Long Distance! It's the easy way to have a happy liquid ..t.r.t... 29' S
their pleasant jaunts on the water a famous phrase of .
$. Robert Louis Stevenson, "It is better to travel than to Pittsburgh The major was one of more visit any time you feel like it. And the cost Is so small for all tho [j] Limit 1 .,lHl MUM MlrrncH, Mr<., '/'_. I [J1J

Is mad rush tense to beat ) and .
There anxiety
I arrive. no no than 200 selected reserve and pleasure you get. give, r-
the other fellow. ANG officers, from a wide rangeof COUPON
4 civilian occupations and professions Southern (& & Bell
Too, boatmen seem to belong to a large friendly fraternity -
a to be chosen for the SARAN WRAP
and consideration for others isb' ads 1M
k where courtesy special Air Force course He r.If W1a9 fwasi
the general practice and not the exception. Each prides reclved Instruction designed| to
15 Cutter
Reg. (
t himself on being a good boatman and knows that safe better acquaint him with thepresent t / /
threat to free world box of .aplasth 26c
security '
boating is a prerequisite for good boating. and: with the Air Force rights a citlzen.i. M be sure to register and vote this year wro(,

current! defense concepts and ,
LMM I Ik MHMI Ibgwb W/i. 'I'I
I I capabilities. .. .. .. .
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COUPONPaper U1tf !l1U 1)

,;- The tasks facing the City of Titusville through the NO Y.AR'S WAIT I Towels
: fantastic growth and development being enjoyed throughout -

\: the area are many, varied and stupendous t II.,. tSc rolls
ef popular 2 26'Parakeet ''
i FOR for
V One of the most essential and difficult jobs posed in a I Marcel' Irand.. 4Lbrq
,; this light is the planning and zoning of the areas of the
s ."It awrrr "bnra W". fl'
city. This requires considerable forethought and foresight & THIS HIGHER RATE ,

which is not easily begotten. :

: The tireless efforts, which went Into the new zoning COUPON _

map adopted recently by City Council, is a culmination Saving: left by the 10th of any month earn from the Seed
by experts aimed at meeting future 1st Savings( Insured up to $ ,000( ) ($:((0,000 for a husband
of study and planning
and wife) by FSLIC of the U. 8
a permanent agency
II. Ife
needs and demands of our fast growing city. O/I Government. j ,
"* a :,, bag .f genuine) '
These plans, naturally, do not meet with the approvalof P1 4 Mllferd Inns) 18'r

everyone that would be an impossibility but \ Clean, 'freiA.
are drawn for the area as a whole with future growth and :YirstYa i ral Satinsca"l : LIMit t .//tIt aas4rr IArwd .... 'I' I
Current Dividend
expansion utmost in importance.This Rate [J] [J]

planning and study, in due time, will prove an Annually' ajad Loan. _AMocIatlon of TlluivlIU
( '" t.Mt SMut JDIII
Invaluable asset to our city and govern and distribute its. Downtown Office Branch Office L'r1:*.rrgrrr/r alrrlr/rrarrlra r
growth in a manner that will pay huge dividends in the Op.n I to 3 Dally. Also 4 to 7 Friday Washington at Main ItS N. Coqulaa .... .

.i:;>years to come. r ,-_ v, t at/ : !I, t (' I,
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.e.er ., ....' . v .'.....,.I ... r. :- ...sawn'.. ._...,-.,. ._. ...."., ; .;. T"'O. ._ . . '

rg i Tlfuivlll", (FbrMa) Sfar-AaVmf* Monday, Jury, /1m

..,.... Delour Bridge HAPPY BIRTHDAY .

,k, a ''f
Tw dy, July 1 Jewel Fufteh

Approval SoughtOn llerbert>> Dean Bwry Raynor fry 'I'
Regular Exercise Can Provide Both MM. Fred Burkett Newton S8trunc| )

SR 520 Larry Frohocl!< Bryant Lee Day
..).. Mr. Robert English Mr*. C. W. Carhlo

Application tae been made to Jowph Sharon W.Ann Hill McCormick Gordon Mary Cottrell Miller F 8

Physical and Mental Tonic says AMA the Department of the Army by David Webster Linda ''Marie Thomas

1 Florida State Road Department, Mr. Gertrude Palmiteer Spall ||
Tallahassee, for approval of the Wvdnetdiy, July I Ufnrf Simon!!less Jr;; ] Wj
location and plane of a temporary Mn .J. L. (Carey) Curr KlUy wingo .

detour bridge Immediatelyalong S. C. Loslejr Roy D. Jone ,
the south aide of the exlatlng Mr. Arlington Brockett ..''
% ,.). bridge over Banana Riveron ..J

111ll' 1111 i llJli:1 11:1 "',"., >> State Road 420 between Mer-

JL : I,'iJU/1I;,'i""> 9:...ay?\, rift The Inland and Cocoa fixed Beach. worried about age?

1iioK.. .;.a proponed bridge
truth about
ftretctw. I* I* "It e IMI|. ....Ii Uk, rh*w lees Hlgti-ita>ir ((11 t* 20 .Ie(i|. He* la plea, ,....,. tie 10M. (II to II Haw). Rah w *** eratIn SALESMAN Charles Crump would have an overall length of hormones
into tot ....... U.* the etker. ....1.... .." kea\ about 70 feet with two 10.S foot for face, neck and hand
.. i ton I Is now a salesman it Belton wide clear roadway ...._ __n_
PonUac-Oldimoblle, Inc., at Ult 'cow YORK;; Special) 1-1 ears I I. lees In chronl dryoMi aJ MM
: The navigation span would Jre .wen written about hormone, on revived freihneu and
a vlulky.
Hopkins Ave. A resident for 5 provide horizon! clearance of VIII 1 they make women of 73 look All there
: imiclng thinie kappened -
.' ; year, Crumpton prevlouaty livId 600 feet normal to the channel It mint Absolutely not Will they on :the aide where .Ut. bor.nonai .

I JtI I I I 11 t:!E: IJ ltl- : In. North A Brevard Auguita Junior, South College Carolina. The lino vertical of the clearance navigation at center-spans ww make_ To. M.knew women nin the?of trot 60 l..el ibooi l like thy bor.ottt the comparable other wen I ilJe.change oted.Tbe came Meanwhile occurred withoel.on r

Student and active in the Tltu- would be 20.0 feet above mean yos aced |. learn jolt two lifeless complexion.
ato.U facto 41)I) 1'Ioe .
villa beauty *f a Now 10 elect a good atrgeiilTBoM .
Po.bwp (b I* II liMt$| 'Mss M IK end teen Cwl: l b to II ). It.lI.e ii a.k -1* S.om tli d. /Naned JI S. II tI J"I( Mad. 1011.1 hold, "' Jiyceei, Crumpton assumed high water and 20.5 feet above woman'l akin atari brcikin dow. prepaiitloo. her I* what
ii... ., J. M/ Los 5.i. t..;.d po bid,, had. .::bond, I.IIhoe I sad se"d" uot. shH., / : dnply = 14. KMICWROMMM > .n ,, the tdeiman poiltlon last mean low water a. elani. of age begin, beciuea be you need. to know I the atrength *l
...... ..... ,, Ie .. loft hen ." .. male ....n.I.il10 .
with hunk Ind sash rraAS' kiss haul I. f. fa ward a pewlbl. N a .Ie I" elide Aye. .1. .04 ) supply the hormone preparation mad appear
The '
M Incliff from leor tit ..1_, ,_ dN .,,. I.. '. I''. month proposed detour bridge Mrtimta .hormone* lo feed. the on the label! The neoa
would be In place about 20 k! -IOM tad leee a. you grow mended monthly allotment for U*
,. months, or until the eompletlon older. (I) Eetrogenle. hormonrtCM din I ii 20,000 International Ullta.
I TidesHigh be applied la oho ...1. by rub- The ban should, b* ae rich II .
\ of
a new permanent structure. slag m a penetrating lormali con.lafninf poralbln In penetrating Seume Oil
1 11 I 1 I Tht ISOMETRIC/folltwing ..EXERCISES...1... do Mt I I..JIrMtlMt. ... Lew The propoied permanent atruc tbs hormone md nolMundng Lanolin.: sad wkan
: { { -W .........., ..... ,.1hN" "' ....1.. /mid ture (which will be the subject Her fu. Met reported In MenUfie |. "rnlibej In" your akin should But
( i O.. of Ilitlr .4....._ 'It- ;. Tuesday, July 7 of an additional public notice to hawed journal, one ol many Uut feel ir a.y or rilcky. On lint mU-
ll Ih.l ...r /u .kl done .1 <,MMnd ilmllirljr lentatlonal reID cation, your skin abonld fool a
plain! *k.r. **rni.1 l .i.rtlio.Id ''Oil;. : a.m. 12:15: am. be Issued at a later date), would 111 i Twenty. women applied radiant glow of reviuliaod ,..I''"-
((b 1 to II ". ) i.* ivrMd-MiM) o> 1.IM | to 1 II Umol. I.I wrtli bft sod rmi M ln'*nlbl' I soil M I") Sb.bllh be :a four.lane bridge with fixed bormoMi I* on. old. of the far lulneia and refreshment.An .
ass aids* hip md :>.lh It* end otn .te.lgSI (.:.7.J...tt.,|M. Tm
  • Lush /n Ie app.l\. laid.'tNwa. eN ._Ito SNwA and MN/.. pp/d1.. folly IM ill soda R.ciilin Itml ( Apan providing a IbeT tide. md lh. other hind I today la a preparation
    .,,..11.. .. _.uary, W.dn.idiy, July ance of 60 feet and vertical toiler preparation containing .0 I railed HORVONEX Beauty_...
    ".7:08 n.m. 1:12: '.m. ands of 360 feet above Clear-.I hormones war applied the some It la made by a trustworthy 6/-.

    ThefVi more la ph.lcai i lint. e.Mnllfj about strength and ..- md blood vniel dimaoei. Active 7 57 p.m, 1 1:29: p.m. high water. war.ThdM ar* the report la simple ,ir-old I ll ine laboratory.It pentlv.. to a... A 100-

    ikm mm aiuwlei: but you ctal donna lh a au h.button i|.. people hive fewer heart attacks I weeds day lupply rows only 13.50. leek
    be truly health and a bundle. o{ But the fact li, the human md a better recovery rile when j'1)(I) Or M SrtndV.P.tl 00 G HANSBROUGHHANSBROUGHHANSBROUGHTITUSVILLE '.... qalrkly Skin. hoes dimmed' (.rdry or.ktnwrlnklM dlranpnired) wrinkles pannier qnlikly.itnoolh See out then, alerting drrUa to-
    (lib at the Mine time. body wn not designed (foe push rich aback do occur. h, band ::3j, ... :::I' from sight. as. ereaiei and hollowi :d.yl! Yon may obtain Hormones
    fend HMD | /
    HIM .
    kulloni but for work said Dr. The best exercise li out.Blotrhm teauty Serum cotsCUTTER
    enjoytblefxerclie. Oft
    To be physically fit yea must While. "The absence of( dynamic giinil bad a and "oldmg* lre be both medially fit and dymm- Actlvlllet luck 11 hiking m faded on hinda, fire .nd nerk DRUG
    holly Ct. Th. Iwo don't nicer lilnn lkrouh lark of physical swimming, skiing, tennis or 70Q Skis wi teller clearer Mem.d
    hand li hind, eiertlon detriment health. gardening along with their pliyi- ((1)) TKI.Ur. Nil z a Big Apple Plata Tltuavlll
    wily o polaM eol I
    Furthermore, motile tone, .rleek leal benefit cm provide relief ,...h..4..I... [jd. i c Magnolia Avenue I.R.C.
    Raymond L White, M D. director ... Shoe x -
    of It, cm be a factor la push
    oC' Environmental Medicine and .." from tendon thiii lervlng n tICI 01 gad yams. )
    Medical Service for the American your Whole outlook on 111 life, 1I.'urallranquillzer.' ,.1",(.,. i
    Strength md endurance, developed COCOA"DIRECTORY
    Medical AiooelitloB. When there h no opportunity If I
    through. rtgulir eierclie, for liking eierclie In such form
    "Medical fitnn meant body leidi la dill and iglllly and however zQ
    a daily walk and irrlei
    oundneM. This can be determined add to poise and (rice. Not only of calisthenics cm provide murk (Ill) glad" M, last Iii H
    only by a medical elimination. do dally t.,ki become easier, of hand titlmtdoer
    you ,the ume tonic |labs. tknpmk PlansOrgasu Guitar Accetiorlei
    Dynamic fltneM or 'iclloa all* look belter and to eel 1 more palms I I. Ik. Q 1040 King Street p
    capacity li a mauseemht.5 at .... In toclil illuitloni.Evea Above ire a few entmplei of /line. ......... c HI.'I .t Gibson
    irenjih, ..1111, and indurate.,*, more evident,however are iclenlldcilly sound esercliei, T MONDAY, 1:30: P.M., JULY 13 111 Steree Guitars
    liken from the AMA R.cerda t 'p : HQ Band
    p.mphl.l.uph.lcll .
    he uld. the benefit to physical health |4)) t<..,... '.' ....
    Flln.. Vied 2 ---_
    Dr. daily, palms. ..1.! .. 4. g HOMES TRAILER i Players Initrumllll'Ixp.rt
    "A person wti..* ihuai activity pointed out they will help lo Inrr.... muicu- ja.hubas. llr.l.kt.I 'I I Repair en All Band Initrumenri
    may get a 'cl... bill of ...llh' Sine nerclt li a factor In tat strength body iitpplcnrvi md rim k.gk if.i. Each on Approx. Vi. Acre Tracts SI S. Altantle Phone SU 3.7731 Cocoa Beach
    from his doctor but If hi cin'l weight control It Indirectly aidein motor reaction, md to Improve circulation IIIA Iamb. end M<
    endure even slight emtlon h.'. preventing degenerative dlititee and other body function Excellent Rental AUTO SALIS '
    hardly phyilcilly lit. On the other inch n ditbein.. and irthrltli Property g v
    hind, neither I. the ilhlcll with which ire more prevalent Suit out slowly Dr. White Ito( ) Slaita.' i TEST DRIVI THE NiW
    warned, and gradually work up with bosh a One Home Furnished! a
    a chronic or undetected healthproblem" In the obese, 'u''I I
    on done I
    lo the point where you em do bat eilMi : X % SAAB .rI
    Evidence Indlcitel that exerM ill of then Mcrcliei quickly lie., Miaaev .
    In 1 a tent It teem .m, to be
    VZi 120 Urlda Ave, C..*., .34343

    United Fund To Conlinue loaned Completes AF Orientation Course N z MIAMI,n U..MM >ATT IA.a-l.. J-Wlf WQ AUTO SALES l SERVICE' HONDA CYCLE MOTORCYCLESHAM'S CENTERSNO

    I Captain Thomas F. Stringer Mrl. Bertha H, stringer, live at [ a MONEY DOWN 1 yr*. to ,pay

    Executive Program This Year Si.10521 Carrollvlew Drive, 225 Coquina I A v.., Tit u.v III e. r HANSBROUGH-HANSBROUGH-HANSBROUGH' HUNTER ION Ml Balx-ock King Cocoa Eau Oalll-
    an Force Reserve 01. LINCOLN, MERCURY INC. MAGNOLIA PLAZA TITUSVILLIaalsePvlraeevloeAocemorln
    fl..u UM..tI.. U.ft..n.n.... '.ft_ I .
    '" ''' ''''.1 a.auua." uum
    Lincoln Continental I Lincoln "Need Two Whilst Bee Uambanel"
    The loaned executive program requested again this year. Mostof the Air Command and Staff College .. Sal Part Service
    of the United Fund of Brevard the fourteen companie repre- orientation course at the MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

    County, which wa* inaugurated tented had participated in lastyear' Air University, Maxwell AFB, Geed UMd Car
    last will be thin (1445 W. King -. Cocoa '3-U82
    continued .
    year program.William Ala. Guitar., Drum. Banjo Etc.
    year, It wa announced by J. M. E. Simpson, chairmanof BEAUTY ACADIMY Glb...., Ftnderi, Grtttch, Martlfk.Slingerland .
    Orr, general campaign chair. Captain Stringer, who hold a Roger, Kay.
    man. the loaned executive program B.A. degree In iporchbroadcist- no defrosting ever LEARN HAIRSTYLING j Mammoth Stock of Sheet Mul
    for the 1064 campaign, explained log from the University of Florida Gal In Hl,h Pay Brackets '
    The program consists of the GOULD MUSIC CO.
    tho change in the forthcoming Enroll Anytime
    loan of an executive from major program based on last year'. Tau,and I in>> a Alpha member Delta of Phi Sigma Kappa He Small Monthly Tuition i' lOt King St., Coco, 6369211OFFICE

    comnsnle in Brevard county to experience H* requested the I I. married to the former PatriciaA. DAWSON COCOA
    work full time for three week manager to submit to him the Altman, daughter of Mr. T. BEAUTY ACADEMY SUPPLIES

    during the annual UF campaign. name cf the. executive whom J. Altman of 6102 Central Ave., 200 Willard Cocoa iJo-3220 "'110\ OIlT orriraj

    John L. Melgaard president of they will loan by July 17th. Tampa. The captain' mother, CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT );Cn 1t' IICNZ sne.NnTlte.ule CO.Coroa : .

    the ur served a* boat at a lunch. A onq day' training meetingwill I mtutW

    eon meeting held Wednesday, taka place on September signed to the accounts of the CANAVERAL EQUIPMENT have a aaleamin In Tltuavlllethree
    July 1, at Ramon'* Cocoa Beach, 23rd. The executive will be as- commerce and Industry divisions, ft SUPPLY. Inc. .. Java eacb, wok. la hilp you wltk,
    Mane. Chain
    of piling Ruppllea Him*
    manager of fourteen major signed to work In the three week which! Include firm employing ngraphe, Htaplln Maoklnel, atari
    companies.. Last year' Rental Salon Service Cablneta, Typewrliera, Addln Macb.Inea. .
    programof period from September 28th to ten in '
    or more person the central Scaff elding! .
    loaned!! executive w** explained October 16th. Most of the
    executives north and south area of the
    Mrrltt Island, Ph. 43.-2W3 PEST CONTROL
    and their participation Simpson stated, will be as- Country. I

    Tamil and P.it Centre)

    I lift// / Winning Warm Friends Fr Florida Sine IttO MFG. JEWELERS I WALKER CHEMICAL tt
    Service !JIlC.JloriJa I "Br vard'a Only Mfg. Jwlr" 1014 So. Dixie Hwy, Cca
    y reelillg I and Dlamend S.tt.r"I I
    New Mounting. Jwlry Repairs ,I Call Collect 63'.1130I

    All Work on Prmlu REAL ESTATE

    Jul : with a modem I| NO-FBOST | electricREFRIGERATORFREEZER! MOBILE 101 Harrlaon HOMES- Coco 432-MT7 I I Joe E. Moore, Inc._


    W* biv the rioof plan to lull vourmlly CempUtaRial
    Cordially Welcomes You'll enjoy a "lupormorket" In your kitchen you. budfel.md the Cuitom payment Interior plan ire to lull our Ettir Service
    with thla) popular double-door 2-in-l appliance. peclalty. Hft u* for pens, icceii.
    A modem refrigerator to aafeVeep fresh food for orlad R.-FID.ncln.Iniuraneo.. rinmelnf and 111 Harrison decor 63'931

    MRS.RUSSELL You and Your Family everyday use. Plug a true zero-cold food freezer WYATT MOBILE HOMES SEWING MACHINES
    !0 w"r with adequate storage apace for today' demand 15TO:/ .. Dlxl.l Hibay, Cocoa UO-1441:
    HOUCHINS To Your New Home! +"+nr .(and !b cube galore.) MOBILE HOMES Brevird County' Only C.ntpleteI
    Ho.t..* Plenty of room to stock up on meat "specials" I Sewing Machine Cntr

    219 THORNTON AVE, and freezer "bargain." Baird Mobil Horn, Inc New .* I'ard .Machine
    The State of Florida co w ..n Rep l Na K.nUll.
    i Bigger inside, amaller outside, today' no-frost SAD 'kf.....
    PHONE With Over 10 I Ir.
    New and Utd
    electric (
    Refrgerator Freezera
    hold 10 much more APOLLO SEWING CTR.
    267-7IS7 I'I -yet take up lea space. C....... From j' MerrlH' blond Shopping CntrMcrrltt

    I Beet of all you never have to defrost again, Breverd' tarsal Deafer .liland!., Fla.

    It* is our desire to make feel welcomeand became host can't form in either section I TIRES
    you 8e the iM-fntt electric Refrlgerator-Frewer Mnl. N. *f Cce U. S. 1. 3-5IU

    to acquaint you with your city.If your md aeparate appliance Freeeera dealer'in Genera* variety) trade-la of colon allow-at EXPRESSWAY: MOBILE I ALL SERVICE TIRE CO.

    nee; convenient term. HOMES Retreedina and Vulcanliln"

    ... I M Model SO i 10 2 Bdrem Pa..*ngr Truck
    and 'InduilrlalAll : EqulpmeM
    e$10MILLIONRATE eREDUCTION. Fully' Equipped

    you are new in the area a phone : Now more than.vwr befort..lf.* .lotchap rtogeALL-n.ECTRIC .:. SMI.N..5C.c..U,5,1$3.695 1 .1 Work Guaranteed '
    e than. ui* a combination of sevicea. Electricity coats t to 1IttI., yet doss : Tel. Q6.4t10 II II..fl*.*r Aw.. Cec.., "'-2Mj
    't call will :: *o much for the *njoym/ .nt of modem Florida living! ; I .
    bring you a prompt visit from i MOBILE HOMES WATCH REPAIR
    ... .f......... ................................. .........'a I
    your local hostess. Please give her a call! .. -IkJ' & NOVA TRAILER SALES I WM. H. BAILEYWatches
    )( ) -ff.g.mr.lr. tt' 21 Different Floor Plan
    To ChooM From Repaired In 3 to I
    She has and days
    maps many free and wonderful J alp.. aa1lefw Cede "Iit TROMLAMD _> VACICWOODRLCONANOMXTTB _
    FLORIDA : : TITAN Chronogriph or Complicated
    gifts for you from local businesses! POWER LIGHT COMPANY elEDmonT.Esar: Watches Repaired on Premlaea
    aw/ae ."", "01_ ran Po.h.or a a.. eptoes. ..,
    a sea.amm K. .f e.e.a: 11. .. m.. l 419 Bre* rd ATIBU
    e'' z.a. ,uae1 I Next to P. O., Gceoa'f'


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    LL Champs Decided Tonight \

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    Beavers or Lions[ Monday, July 4,1H4 Tltuivllle (Florida) Srar-Advecare Pajt 7StarAdvocate i iI

    Will Compete In Julv Fourth' LL


    Counly TourneyThe I

    vllle'i team Little representing League in Titus-the NEWS AND VIEWS All-Star Games

    County Tournament will be de. I,

    elded tonight as the Lions, winperi .

    of the first half champion. Saturday League All-Star Oam Miner L agu. All-SUr Gems
    hip and the Beavers, second

    hall champa, meet in a single] Gray (Hawks, Tigers, Orioles Phils. Yankees, Giants S

    game playoff content on TaK Eagles) 16 Cards, A'I. Red 0

    madge Well Field, Sand Point, Blue ipsnthera Wildcats Bob-
    Score by Innings:
    at T p.m.League. rail, Leopards) I

    Score by Innings: P.Y.Q. 010 103-5 10 8
    pennant winners must .,
    Gray 870-11 4 0
    CAR. 000 000-0( | 4
    be determined tonight, alnce the Blue 101-114

    first game of the county tournament = Batteries: Monk (W), SwupeI Batteries: Henry (W), Swank ..bry

    will be played here tomorrow c t (I II.) Collins ((2)), Rudolph/ ((3), ((4)), and Frasure, Munnla ((4>;

    night at 730.: Winner of and D. Wisdom Gardner (2); Sandusky (L), Parker (3), Suter

    tonight's Beaver.Lion game will Blown (5).nd) Klmes, Campbell 3) Sw't
    (Lb) Schutte ((1) Watson ( C' ,
    play the Merritt Island Championship lb <2)). Gibson ((3)), and Kldd, MeBox Store:
    'team.Beavers '
    Daniel 1 ((2))
    moved Into the second r v n
    Box Score:
    half load Saturday when they nil R N..... -'II as 11 11111'. B
    I'ull.rd (TI lit 1 0 II 1Kidd
    edged the Cuba T-S In a tie play. kI00 1b H H HB'. GIrl r IT) Rf a I I 0Mrnani tS 1

    off, while the Lions belt the i. t-4 h.1 r I,I'C lit 8h 0 I :0 I: 0 U II 0 Rp.nek'r W.oddNl.: 1 I((I P)) .:. I 1 ; 1arhunn 0 t",,. '
    1nwn( 0
    Cubs last week after they also I I' 3h 0 I 0. 0 II fl lIor".th 11'1) 110 1 0 I 0 ,d@
    tied for the first half champion. tlth.on, u: Is. P I 0 fl 0 (Ihnr'Lass ICI 10) I"P 1 1 0 II) 1 I III."ul IWan.n r "-
    I' U II 0 0
    IIw.nlo IP) P 1 0 II III'
    chip.League ) ('L Ii 0 1 0 II rraann I In co I I" 0 :
    I 0 0 0
    officials have not determined hre r Ct I
    0 0
    Hamilton 0llrowa .r a
    Ammu. 0 1 : Oullhlb: t :: e ,
    the location for the Ibtb 0 : : 0 )t..ry ( ( 0 0tSatrhe I b
    t..o I
    M..t. fI'l 8b. C 1 o. U :, '>il
    second game of the tourney IITltuivllle R. 8h I 0 0 0 rleoh.r (III) Cf 0 II 0 I ,',
    (\random, a. II a 0 0
    wins tomorrow night, 4 It.,..II.3b 71,, I.f : : 0 0 1 Tllry.: .Inllt( ( 1 0 0 : 0 0lirAlne ,01'I

    thert'a I possibility the remain- Itf 0 0 A 0 11.11 I YI Li I I 0 0 I b, AI

    der of the tournament will be T ,Inlo -8' I a TMaI -110 ii-i I, ?''c: "

    played here GKSy C. A. R. rr
    W'"" 1s KI KIII'Alook

    Rocky Johns.pitched the Bcavrs ..".'i1 u J.itbpA701.. ;;:.._.......\II--' :I '.P P 8h 0 1 I UMmep. a I Ii.'b RI Rill'
    to their T 9 win ever the r' Wladom 0 nut r ( '.) Is 0 0
    11 C 1
    :: Y :: :: X
    'uhs Saturday morning, givingp FLIPPED The 1953 Dodge Panel shown oncoming car and ran off the aide of the Ib, 1 I U 1II..kly (IA'ol) 1t,0 \I I U
    IVIIlna P 1IIV
    three hits striking out three above received only $::10 damage after flip road into deep land and when he tried to Wrote, lib 1 I I 0 IhInd"oky Uti I', a II" e

    nd walking two. Johns pitched ping over on the Old Dixie Highway Saturday come back on the road the panel truck 1 Mnnh,,nisi.I \ ?' .lb lb 1 0/ 0 1 g f P.rkr Fsenn (\\t.01.) ) .P 1 I :it 0: :0: 0 0

    ily. In relief, Jim Elliot: started at 9:30: p.m The driver of the rolled over on its aide. He was not In- '1.I"1,1h.3I1, Ib, P I I' 0. Larawsy (II. Ib I 1 0 n1lrln ,
    ...., .. I' II 0
    ., IR)
    j r'the! Besvers, pitching five truck, Marvin Jimmy Little of Tltuiville jured. The accident was investigated by lrurl.Inw/ M.0 tb 1 0 0 0" Q (.....ph... tl?) Rt. II \I 0 .

    d' omplcte" Innings. aid that he waa blinded by the light of an Patrolman A. L. Curry.-
    Lions "downed the Cubs 6.4 cop 0 11' I 0 0 54'. IA'I'' I U
    Itt 1 1 0 0 Innsln IC) U 1 \I 0 0
    Wednesday evening in the first -
    air playoff behind the pitching l unl. i--j .-" Total. m 'o.o'lillie

    i }f tom Strenth who hurled the Poff's Homers Beat Cubs c

    i entire' six Innings. Strenth struck

    [ out J2 batters and walked six, League Boosters

    f giving six hitl.Mims .
    :, up By Don Hemke Phils 14 Cards I Batteries: Hayes, Parker ((2)w )

    David Poff drove In three Cub Score by Innings: ( ), .und! Akirn; M. Fmturc The following people have contilbuted Moyer Mr. ,and Mrs Harold Gluth 1

    runs, two on solo homers, as the Mason ((2) (1)(I and J. Krall. to the Tltusvlll Little Bullock
    Lillle Phila ((10)00) 4 1425Cards Mr. and Mrs. M. C ,
    Cubs won a 3.2 ten inning mara 602 0 864 Dox Score: I I.fliul this year and have been Parkway Laundry, Mr. and Mrs

    thon contest over the Lions in 1'...... named Little League Boosters:
    Batteries: Stone (w), Swank Eugene Street, Rev, and Mrs -
    Nam. Ab n It nhl'a Mra. John Kraal Doyle Frls-
    Little League Friday night.
    League Results ((3)), and Stockton; Groa ((1)), Hullard 8a I U 0 U and Mrs W. I. Card. Arnold Clam, Floyd<1 Payne, Mr. : (
    Cuba scored the first 1. liras C 8 I I 0Ile bee Mr
    Mr and
    Mrs Max Brewer
    and ,
    Sanders ((1)), Garnza ((1)), and U..ll Ib I I 0 U Iniil, Joseph Lendlo, Mr and
    marker of the game In the M. Fraaur P. Lft f J. E. Harris, Mr. and Mrs -
    Cardinals I. Braves 1 CampbellBox : : g : Mrs Pat Kelly, Mr and Mrs Mrs. t .f
    fourth on Poff's home run, but rraaura Lf o Mr and Mrs.
    Score by innings: Score H. Kraal Sb I I U 0 Mrs Len Jay ,
    : Mr. and
    the Lions tied It at 1-1 as they t'ory IkHumprar a I I I Toby' Marvin Hcmke' Lrrry Aker, PRETTY GIRL PRETTY SCENE There's nothing
    Cardinal081 OOx x 4 3 scored a run In the fifth on a a,- run for Hungerford U 3rd. Ct 4 : a : : 0G.I.hr B'oKF.ri! Mr and Mrs H. A. Doug Barnhart Patsy Shaw quite as refreshing aa the light of a pretty girl enjoying

    Braves .- 000 ,OlD 102 walk and a single by Tommy Name* -- evra', xk J Maltlnsly Cf R' t I I I Dtll.rd, Jim Walsh, Clyde Hollo Jack Miller, Mr and Mrs. Ernest herself in I the Florida sun.\ Lovely Pinky dough we :

    Batteries: McMillan (L) Lawyer Strenth. The Cubs scored a Sandera p, 8b I 1 H A061'1 Tolal.M..OD Lt i' It 0 I 0 a 0 1 aN.al. way, Splvey Mr and Mrs. Herbert are sure, didn't wash up on shore as did the driftwood in .i.
    ((2)). Jobe and Hawthorne, Croa P 0 A e : .
    marker in the eighth making itS Itoen..yhi i 0 0 1 A Ab R H nhl'a Sandra Sheffield, Paul Harris, Deaklns, Mr and Mrs Jim Hart the picture. _
    Altman (W), Grahom. -Ion Poff's second four-bsgger "aenoa Ib. P 5 0 5 ..k... C a II 0 I '
    C. Dick Robinson
    Box Score. Wit.,. Kb, Ib j Klma lib I I 1 0 Stereo Store, Mr and Mrs D. Mr. and Mrs .:

    iiRtt'rn of the lame Campbvll 1I0bln.on If i| 2 a, Kallrr Jb : f I 1P.rk.p Monk, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Henry, Charles Jones, Mr and Mrs. Bowling News Brown Engineering'
    In their half of PHutlar a
    The Lions tied It Itf.
    Ham. Ah R II HBI-'i Sllntoaa8b_ I 1 1 1 CfHlwkly I I 0 II Mrs Lois Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grlggi, Mr. and Mri.
    McMillan r, Hi 8 0 I 0 the eighth on an error and single Lundy bWrbalir 1. High Individual game: Hue! High individual game Jack
    aa 1 1 0 0 and Mrs. Homer Richard Burke, George Mara
    Moats Mr.
    7obn. C, U 8 0 0 0 Rf Dick ,
    i 0 0 0Ilay. Carlson 205, Clark 1M Pat Gruhler ISO
    Loa Lf 1 ; ,
    I IA's
    6nman Ib S 8 0 by Nevlns and Mike Brewer,
    McNab CfHuiwrford .. P Rf 0 0 0 I McDaniel, Mr and Mrs. Ben vlch,
    Mooro, lit a. I 0Lawp.r CfaHllnaon 0 e 0 High Individual series: Hazel High Individual aeries: Jack
    but the Cubs scored the winning Prlabaa Ib I 0 0 0Tout.
    "s'a Hel-
    P S I 0Hawthorn" Pecha Mr. and Mrs. Frank
    Lf C 8 II I 0 marker In the tenth on singles McCormlrk Ct 0 0 0 II 0 0 0 0 18 s 1 Mr. and Mrs. G. Moore, Mr. Carlson, US Clark, 405; Pat Gruhlvr, 412.

    Puff .2b I g : : by David Monk and Steve Fran Totala 11I'hlla I a lar, and Mrs. and Mrs. Jim Illlllard, Marti High team game: Sloppy Joo'i High team game, Mfg. Misfits,
    ure, a fielder's choice, and a Name Ah R H nbl' Giants 11 Soda Hunter Parker Sample, Mr. and Mrs. Paul 722 533.

    Total CARPI 28 VHAiiman I' 0 two-baoe hit by Poff. shook Brian Woortcll Lt Lf 0 1 0 I 0 0 0 1 Score by Innings C. F. Stockton Jr.? Mr,and and Mrs.Mrs. Hoover, Mr and Mrs, Lowell High team series: Sloppy Joe's, High team series Mfg Misfits

    Ihm. .\, K If 11111". Bob Wood.1I Ns' I a 0 1 Reds 33100 424 Lyle Robinson, Mr. Frailer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Su 2193. 1587.
    Hail 2b I I I 1a. Butch Tourney was credited Munnab/ 1 l 1 a Charles Corley, Wilmer King,
    water, Ct 4 I 0 1Kla.r I..nk P Giants 4313-1172 ter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Theed, ': "" Watt 1.d( Spilt converted, Jackie Clark,
    with the win. Tourney worked the a o 0 Taam No. HiTaam
    ab 1 I 0 0 a Charlie McCall, George Bourne,
    Htockton C Batteries: Henry (w), Adkin- Mr. and Mrs T. Miller, Na. S 1 MO Mary Burke 110 and Mary
    P I I 0 II last four Innings fanning four and Boyd 2b 0 I II 1 and Mrs Clyde Pittman, ;
    Graham C 8 0 0 0 Corlny 2b 0 0 0 ) and Mr. Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Grimm, Toam Nil I I ,
    two free David 0 Ion ((4), Rogers!! ; Sundusky Tram No.: a Vance 3'10
    lon", Rf I I 0 0 giving up passes. Robbina ct a 1 0 1De5.rlo Oscar Futch, Don Chewning, Mr.
    Hamilton S IDTfaai .....
    Mr. and Mrs Jack T. am Mo I aiaa.lUa was
    Lot kiln, Ha I I' I (1)) and Pritchard
    Poff started for the Cubs and Rt I 0 0 1 '
    and Mri. Ahrena, Joe Kyle, No, 4 e II Hlaflla i1I.
    Doug "Ml
    I Mwane r. LfHlKgotnlmlham 9 I. 0 B.unre lb 0 1 0 1 Fred Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. John *
    111 I a 0 1 pitched six Innings. Poff struck Horvath Ib 1 1 1 0 Box Score: William (Hand News Hammer Hvada lA'i 10u'
    Wood Rt 8 II 0 II Harris, Mr. and Mri. Glen Me Bowling abort Circuital I to MI
    out twelve and walked five lit on. P 1 1 0 1 R.,. .. : ,
    Allen 'U 1 o. 0Tot. lunnll ah 1 1 II 0Tot. N.me Ab R 11 nhl'. Lawrence Barnes MontleGrandpre Masters, Mr, and Mrs. JlckDlckln.un. High Individual! game: Thelma -H'jMita-,- -- mK
    Brent Tally waa charged with .'. fl8 14 J 13aRan Munduaky P a I 0 II Carl Burdine, Joseph
    .I. 2. S 4 4 innIngs t.e Jlun'urd In 8.d. Elrnit Ha ILulalnior 1 0 0 Mr. and Mrs. Andy Lake, ZIT; Willie Chadwlk, 219.
    the loss. two
    Tally piched -
    Slide Mr. and Mrs. N. W, SeA The
    8b I 1 0 1 ,
    Dodgers 1 Yankees 7 Charvet, Michael McDanlel l. Luc High team series; First National
    fanning two and walking Laraway Ib a I 1 I Thompson, B. Schadler, John A.
    Score by Innings: Strenth started for 7 Qlants I I'rlt'ba.d C SWrlahl 0 0 1 Ills Wunder, Hank, llU8j; Zi-ke- Construction
    none. Tommy Lf, ct 0 U 0 0 Horvath L F. Bfnford Jr, Mr, Star Advocate
    Dodgers 000 0000 0 3 I 0) the Lions. Strenth fanned eleven Score by Innings: Orlmbly Li.moeo (Itf'f, Ib I I II 0 0 0 U 1 and Mrs. John Campbell, Mrs. Mary Taylor, Mr. and Mrs 1585.ala.dln. .

    Yankees 240 Olx 7 5 2 and walked three in six innings A'. 003 301 7 4 S Th..d lb Lt 0 0 1 0 Irene Lord, P. S, Thomas, Mr, Bill Brown Titusvllle M Service Hl.ma .M..t.1 l lKlrat /Yon 10 '1'o For Your

    Batteries. Gentry ((1)I), Mullis Mark Hoffman pitched two InnIngs Giants 112 2006 6S Total GI...I.. 4 I 4 and Mrs. Robert Murray, Mr. SUllcn, Tom Wooden, Mr. and National Ha:: 1.1 11 :

    ((4), Miller, Romans (W), Hamilton for the losers striking out Batteries: Suter (w) and Ak. V..bohl..r N.me' Ib Ab 0 1 111 0 IIhl'U and Mrs. Lawrence Webster, Mrs. W. P. EMU A J. Dean, .Irl.al." Conalrui haiarmlnaluk 'lion ; U Printing Needs! _:

    four and walking one. ers; Hamilton ((1)l and Grimm Adklnaon( P 0 0 0 U Mr and Mrs. Ed McCurry. T.om No' I 1 f1
    DODOF.R"Ihm. Score by Innings: Box Score riaher CtHpanflar I 1 0 0 Mr. and Mrs. Roe Crouch, Mr. ._ --. ___.
    : Ib, Ha 0 5 1 I
    Ah R If HBI"a
    ]II ulll.. lb, P a 0 I II Cubs 000 100 010-1-3 6 5 A'. Ro.en C I 1 I 1H.ory and Mrs R. E. Ammons Mr. i
    Thorne, CfWlnno I : 1 0 Lions 000 010 010 0-2 1 2 Name Ab R H Rbi' p. ab a 2 I I and Mrs. Jim Munnls Jr., Mr
    Aknra C 0 I I
    8b 0 awith. 8 a I 0 ('lau.lb MOVING SOMETHING ?
    .., C 0 o a Batteries: Poff, Tourney ((7)), K-llar 2h I eo. ('roe.::' lb I f 1 1T.derllll.e and Mrs. E. DeSerlo, Mr and
    Thomas '.t I a nut.r P 4 I I 0Klme. J.f 1 '
    and Mrs.
    Mrs, A. W. Rennle Mr.
    0.ntry. P. Ib II I I and Fraiure; Strenth, Hoffman ah l 1 1 I Itratlh."lI'h 2b I I I 1Joan. ,
    "ry.. 2b I e I IHI"kn.y ((7. Tally <9)), and Everett Parker Hf 1 0 1 1 .. Itt I 0 0 1 Paul Anderson, Dorothy Church-I
    Dlck.on Rf 1 0 II II 0 I
    l4 I I 0 0,
    Hall Itf I I 0 Box Score t Prlabxa Ib a 0 0 I 1H.y. Grimm S, P I lit. well, Lucky Labrusclano, Mr. GET A
    Pool Rf a I 0 crsa .. Of I I e 0 0 Total I. 11 T 11I and Mrs. Lloyd Boyd, Mr. and
    was. Ab R II .B". Byk.a CfBleakly 0 0 II 0
    Total go a 0 0 0L. Mrs. Walt Claudy,
    1 I Mont-Se 4 0 I 0 a
    Y0TK3Se.l.1 4 .
    'I.m. Ab: II H SR'e Fra.ur.' : &. P : 1 I aToum.y 1 Totals. Lf 24 l 1 T 0 1 0 T ;Mr, and Mrs. Guyton Ellis, Mr. OINltRENTAL

    Hamilton CMavnarct II 0 r' 0 Port P, 1P.Ibam fIIu. I If have real estateto and Mri. Bruce Stewart Mr
    I : you
    Da I 0 Name Al It H R..I'
    Lord, Ib I )la..lelo ct Ii 0 1 0 B.tch.tld.r 0Adklnroa and Mrs. Jerry Strenth, Mr and
    ; : if
    ., P S I II II1I0moa. I ........ I" I' 6Mluoa t : 0 sell, or you are M,.. William Hunt, Mrs. J. Rud-
    B'lchvr, Ub a II 0Gldell0 Fl.h.r Ib S I 0 a I
    Kdwarria, Lt a II II .J.fll : : : 9ToOp Claua tbftpanglrr 1 It looking for choice real olpX Mr. and Mrs. R. Stump,
    Walk.r. Cf 1 0 I I I. 4 1 e 0 I .
    = aTaylor ly a 0 I H.nry ab 4 I a aH"mlllo" estate use our classi- Dr, and Mrs. II. H. McAshan,
    ,"iu2b I : a 1.50Sw. P a I I 1 Mr. and Mrs Don Brannan Dr.
    Klmball. If 0 o. 0 .,. ,1o a II ant'. T. c....r ct a 1 e 1 fied columns. TRUCK
    anatwrieht C( I O. 0Total. Tally I. 211. P I 0 1 0 J Tcfonilli-r Core; Ce & ; ; : and Mrs. E. May, Tituivllle Medical
    Barnh.rt CI. Jb. 1 1 0 I RffttrauMbaucb I I Lab, Mr and Mrs. Bob .
    n7.1 lit I. 1 I
    M..do lit 0 0 I
    e. lw.w.r ab. s a 1 0 Jos,,.. Rf I S I 1 -- -
    IItHntll P, a. 4 0 1 1Hotrm. Or.pb. Rt 1 0 0 I : !
    .. Ib, P. Ct I e a 0t Grimm C 1 1 I a I I qpbS4
    I..tSCs, CC I I 0 Tots, H 1 1 0 f.
    TWIN TOWERS J1at.. lit t It.a .0 oNwlu .
    Lt, f1 I I 0 A' I Yankees lava rrKerla
    Halpt..tma Itf I a eMudr. Srnra by Innings: 4I I
    M. 1t.oRf. Lf I e 1 1Tota Yankees 032 0-131 I
    COCOA. SUCH A's 4011 830
    ). 18' T a 1

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    AatfMrfzwf Sanford Dealer Member WoWs I' I whet rant Mt4 for oar f Is. :
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    2a741 $'OS $110. ..aI...... managers, (11 tits _ltI,. rhett, J/l 3.n2' It Coat S. UtU. .
    214 s. WASH. .
    SULLY'SSINCLAIR ....,Ie,.. benefit Apply lit persen to Mr. LaUtaw, Pelace NEW U. 8.1 SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY ''I r

    Metel 41S' New Dixie Highway, Cecea, *.] ,.... Menday and. PHONE a87-M85 1i i

    Twetday, July 7. I s :

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    III. ,. STORE HOURS: 10 A.M. TO 9 P. M.
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    No Federal Aid r"- .f.. I. PHONE, AM 7-1511 1

    ) f For Bridges On BLANKET SALE !

    Crowded 520 I. .r I_

    Max Bnwir. State Road
    Board Member stated last
    ) week that he had been advised -" : "STATE PRIDE" AUTOMATIC ( "" '
    that the Defense Department :
    peremptorily turned down the "
    request of Local Air Force ELECTRIC BLANKETS.
    Authorities and the State Road i '
    Department for Defense Access t+,l 1# VelVl +
    Funds la aid in the four.laning u q '
    of the Banana River and Indian TWIN OR DOUBLE 12 00 L' ;J
    J i River Bridges on State Road I..", .; .: SINGLE CONTROL .

    I 5.JO .p oJ ..
    Brewer tUtcd that "The refusal
    of the Defense> ( Department BED
    hRS placed the proposed con DUAL CONTROL 15.00 '
    atnictioi: of the two bridges in L ,. ""y' [' -
    serious !Jeopardy"Brewer '

    said "We have been ..I,. 707 rayon, 20% cotton, 10% virgin ,j "
    relying upon statements made to r'.J Acrilan acrylic blend. Snap corners S / e

    us by the Defense Department at -.-..-.......--&; ...-- ...... ,, .. 100'/, nylon binding, mil- r ; if1 r I 1 ,
    our list inciting with them In dewproof, Mothproof, washable. f"I 1 j7) ; ,'
    Washington, that they would aid ANTIQUE CAR CLUB Officers of the Thompson, Palm Bay, vice-president and Guaranteed for 2 years from fac 4 1 'I /
    in CmftiHlng the two bridges and Cape Canaveral Antique Car Club are 'Don Weckhorst, technical director and tory defects. i I
    let up our budget for the next shown at Port Canaveral with two inter owner of the 1928 Model A Ford shown
    fiscal year accordingly. This esting old automobiles Elected June 17 The automobile on the left is a 1930
    puts us in a serious situation! when the club was formed by about 30 Cadillac V-16 Coupe which has been
    "The usual procedure in a area enthusiasts are, from left, Ron Welch, beautifully restored by its owner, club .
    cane of this type is for the Defense Satellite Death, secretary-treasurer; Jim member Dick Terhune. (Photo by Chuck
    Department to refer the re Pritchard, Tltusville, president; John Rogers).
    quest tthe>> Bureau of Public
    Roads for evaluation and deter-
    mln ton: as to whether this is allow this request to follow the agreeing/ that the four.tuning of es is not a Defense Access Project
    an access toad project under the hormal procedure and go to the State Road 520 with the exception ."
    law and if so whut percentageof Bureau of Public Roads but have of, the bridges was a d<'fence Brewer stated that he was calling .
    funds should be contributed to just peremptorily said no. It Is access roa4 project and con upon the Congressional Dele
    it from Federal Access Road Inconceivable to mo that the Defense buting, fifty1 percent to the gatinn in Washington for aid and
    Department or the Bureau cost of th, same, could not state urged that t tae) interested citlzeiti
    "The Defense Dl'partmenthowe'er
    of Public Roads could, after that the four.lanlng,of the bridg in this area do likewise.
    has even refused to
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    I WRAPPER MULLET o 'Man Of Action'

    4 }N '
    By Bill Lytrly r _
    Dirk Sp nglcr has been assistant .

    e time was 9 a.m. Mrs. Me- Our photographer.Gene Blythe, to County Commissioner GUI I troa
    Faulk and la the whom
    Josh of the County Commission was talking about the Daytona man to
    Ifice stepped in the room. "Com- Beach 100-mile "Firecracker"race. Gus refers as "my eye, my II
    can and sometimes my bands" I (
    ilssloner George King's office "Are you going .t\.Nl
    In to the ,
    ist called and said be left there asked Bob Mangum, also of our answer question
    What (I. Dick'a title with ,
    ive minutes ago/ staff. "Heck, no," said Bob, "I you ...
    At 110: Commissioner King watched it last year until I got GUI answered he was a liaison. Cl'rIZE"NS'T a D -
    between the commission district r
    liked Into the room. "You don't red In the face." And he was man f ,....
    1 office and developers and 0 Co I'D
    leaD to tell us you drove all the right. He didn't wear a hat last C R 6 1"1.0 11
    "But that f. .,
    property owners. R'
    ay up here from Merrill Island year and he came back In with ILL"'"
    sounds so weak," GUI said, "for ",
    in IS minutes someone asked. a brightly burned face. There 'rl'tUS
    he's than that much
    "I'm not talking/:," said King, as were probably many bright faces more ; more." J r "
    But 1 can't to It. ,
    Jiikt put a 1010"0"
    he looked around to see Sheriff; at work this morning either '
    Leigh Wilson in the room readyto from the beach or the racea. Dick Spangler originated In h_ t'i ,''', O""o ran,.' t
    West Virginia/ a little town '" :/i 'Ai. Zr'Cititene
    discuss his budget ": ?; //i. Nevtn'
    known near
    as Montgomery
    other hand, I Iwill The wentto < "
    "On the guess middle-aged woman 'W11\iam
    talk" he said as he lookedt ace the family doctor. Charleston. He came to Titus- A\ti11I11 j / rruDick Mr Dan ,'
    yule In 1958 and worked as coordinating il # : ; 1 i.
    :} .
    the Sheriff again "I guess Itoebn.t "What teems to be your r Droad '\ ,.,, ...,
    engineer on the Titan > :
    matter how fast you trouble" he asked ..", ;Uillilu.JfJ\ : luveUi d c cFloddao ,..1' 'I ;",
    Pad for Calatytic Corp. at the
    rive when you are going to the "Well, I've got backaches, my Spanglir ulvil\e. ', '
    Cape. He held other Jobs, mostly 'n
    meeting to consider the aheriff'lbudllet legs hurt and I think I might be
    engineering at complexes on the ,
    [ it's when you go home getting an ulcer," she replied. You'
    Cape. enough to require a full time person DiU: tec..de
    that you're particularly "llm, how old ?" asked
    rwards are you ?
    ck careful." the doctor, GUI laid he got to know Dick to see to the operations of the Tatulv1\\\ Elortd1 hat"
    and became close friends while airport. Flake had known Dick to t 1n'Welcome
    "I'll be 32 next birthday -
    on my and through Gus found that this ac.1'1ievemen
    and he
    A band director, when asked ," she replied smoothly, playing golf together, Ul.
    In Spangler potential was "his man" for the new position of bankingoar with, .
    |why he named his new baby "Ilmpn," said the doctor writing recognized record teamwork
    "Encore" replied, "Well, to tell on his pad, "loss of memory, that could be put to excellent use Your rood to have of[ DluctOrl'and the loader'htpand
    I the truth, he wasn't scheduled too" In belwlf of the county As Operations Officer, Spang- o are all P ding grOUP backs round
    Spangler, according to Gus, ler's duties are as adminibtative wO outltan continuingWithdoubt
    [ the program"Note : l't the
    on !
    Sheriff Wilson reports there was almost solely responsible assistant!, chief executive officer 1nherit i ng county
    of the and head of administration for are he
    for the acquisition right- l no
    unsolved in be
    to the boss: If we'/e not on are no capital cases Staff can Cituen'
    I f of.way for the relocation of State the TC authority Hank
    the makes there
    county now
    afternoon, just upon
    the Tuesday
    'take'' job it for granted we're at the wonder if he's also Including Road 405, .and did a lot of workon According to Flake, Dick's job the beat slue bore to depend o..ibl'
    N those still to be thought about, rlght-of way acquisition for the at the airport will bo a big one. wi1te nk. come relt ratcI' relt
    [funeral of a friend. Don't look In Barns you Da \ bar e fl
    extension of Singleton and
    Proposed for Immediate construction Titulv\lie
    too. hlgheltn loan
    I the Star-Adovcate television f anll for
    Aves. the beginning of mod t\ o bat \}e Service
    [ guide No, boss, we're really not Di\\ lervice..l chargel
    in front of the television set Men talk a lot about keeping In "Diik Is the type who wlil take ern, up to-dale facilities at the in mind, banking ice conh\c[ ttuation.

    watching the All.Star Baseball shape. Women are more concerned the bull by the horns, do a job, airport are the construction. of a KeeCittsene Prco e tell the lowelt qU clt,.. everyD .
    and tell it'a terminal building and T hungers ment. to
    hate with keeping shape In. and come you for tHe
    Not us we sports. ank manage proacH
    game. done," Gus laid. He gave an The two agree that the possibilities under ound ap Somea \
    After all, wo only take our Vacation raving Staw friendiy \
    1 during the World Series, County Solicitor Tom Stroud Is example of Blue Hole on Route of the Tllusville-Cocoa Air. On $ et with relaxed' rnuntty ou

    ' miss work every Saturday during asking for an Investigator In his 50 near Indian River Heights.: port are terrific, and "we've Just fate ::: .. and f core still with s: of, ouf c ty.
    to to the of hiltory
    football season and find a new budget. It has been approved "Dick told me he was going begun see possibilities all CUI year }"
    to '"be out" each Wednesday but Tom laid he hadn't! hired take some equipment out there the airpoit. 30 hed in lbe

    way during the track season. No, one yet "can't find on who is and clean the grass and debits Dick and his wife, Shirley, who : larger

    we're" 0'-luilty", bosi. smarter than the Sheriff'i forceof from around the hole. Some time works In the law office at the \ GlttZen&&? Dank h the willDirector' N
    : deputies," he said. later he asked me to come look court house, along with their two the o\ltl g Citizen'i yoU
    of ence
    Company president: "Any messages at the area, which I did, and children live In Whispering .

    for me while I was out?" 110. Hum, the summer's here found he had ,almost made a Lakes, on Elliott St. I \ tome 0 ? ,

    Secretary: "Yes, sir. One of and it's that most pleasant season park out of the place. He then Dick has been Interested In lice there are Ttturville. of leader'hp ot{ the

    the ducks you were hunting last when there' not much on asked me if he could approachthe ic-locution I and renovation t of Dill, On in reI rutatlon member tat me

    weekend called and left her the radio, the TV or the girls at recreation department about the old I Dummitt Castle becauseJ'tt I nnancia\ lnrb tbll Dank.S. continuing\ \ Pr"IN.:'' ...' .
    ,, :
    a ,0 ''
    picnic table out ttd AI '' .
    number]" the beach. \getting a Isof great"value only to I ,, '. with, yourin I I .
    there and plant some grass. This the! citrus Industry but the history continuo :, beat Wirh touch i I I,

    he did, also, and anyone driving of this old plantation house anu keeping '\ .
    1 MSS Takes Over Missile by can lee the results," Faulk and the original grove is Integrally 1 wi\\ be d lo help

    added. "He has made a county tied In with the history of p t 1 can
    I wayside park there and It wan Tltusvlllu, and I believe that Tl- of =i I anything Slncerolya
    Tracking Area
    Ships In Cape know tic
    so dedicated last year tusville should be the new home tf

    Gus remarked that Spangler for the historical relic if it has
    Sea Transportation Naval Ship), are: USNS Gen H. "
    The Military had been almost the entire pro to be moved

    Service Wednesday took H. ARNOLD (T-AGM 9). USNS ject on the''' Fox Luke Recreation Dick has spearheaded a driveto 1 orQan' \ ,

    over the operation of the mis- GEN HOYT S. VANDENBERG area. "He has spent a lot of relocate and restore the! George I

    site tracking ships (range Instrumentation (TIAGM 10)), USNS AMERICAN time and energy on seeing Fox Dummitt Castle and has spent

    ships) previously assigned MARINER (TAGM 12)), Lake made Into a terrific recreation much of his already crowded

    to the U S. Air Forcein USNS COASTAL SENTRY (T- site," Gus said. "He has directed schedule Investigating ways and

    the Cape Kennedy area. AGM 15)), USNS TWIN FALLS what should be done, personally means of moving the historic

    A total! of ten ships are involved (T-AGM 11)), USNS SWORD supervising the doing, relic of time to Titusvllle whereIt

    including the large C-4's KNOT (T-AGM 13)). USNS and has worked very cloudy with could be accessible to the '

    ((13.000.ton) GENERAL II. II. ROSE KNOT (T-AGM 14)) the recreation department on the general public. Recently he taw .1, I-

    , ARNOLD and GENERAL USNS COASTAL CRUSADER matter. his efforts go up In a cloud of I .t\ -_ _

    "+ HOYT S. VANDENBERO. (T-AGM 16)), USNS TIMBER "Dick Is a very capable follow high priced smoke upon learn ._

    " The ships will be operated by HITCH (T-AGM 17)), and USNS ," Gus said ing the owner of the property\ has .'

    MSTS for the National Range SAMPAN HITCH (TIAGM 18)). Dick hai recently anuired anew put a $ U.ouo price tag on the \II \II"., .

    Division and the Air Force In support of the space pro position and a new title The plantation house. t. '\'"

    Eastern Test Range at Cape gram the ten ships have operated job Is new, (lie title la new, toe "The price Is unrealistic,"

    | Kennedy. in the Caribbean, South Atlantic boss Is new but the problems are 6panglrr said "I would love to

    The Secretary of Defense re- and In the Indian Oceun. much the tame; limply, there Is see that old house located some f .

    1 ctntly consolidated responsibility Most will continue to operate in a job to do and do it the best way where In Titusvllle, but I just

    for maintenance, operation, and around Cape Kennedy, it I can be done. can't see anyone paying that f

    conversion, and alteration of all Antiquu, Trinidad, and Puerto Dick Is the new Tltusvillf-Co- price." a

    Department of Defense general Rico, as well as Ascension Is- coa Airport Authority Operations One thing Is certain: Dick OPEN HOUSE THIS WEEK

    purpose instrumentation (range Uncl. The USNS GEN ARNOLD Officer, an office and title Spangler will continue to devote

    Instrumentation) ships to sup- though/ ia expected to rested just a little over a month his energies and interests to JULY 7. 10 II

    port Department of Defense and sail tor the Pacific in late September ago by the authority Titusville and North Brcvard. It

    National Aeronautics and Space of this year. John C "Corky" Flake, chair Is men like this who put towns on MEET BILL NEVINOUR

    Administration tracking requirements nan of the authority, convinced the move through the community
    world wide. An- The USNS GEN ARNOLDand he board the airport operations interests injected into the life-. NEW PRESIDENT

    agreement: has been reached USNS GEN VANDENBERGare were' growing significantly stream of the public
    essentially engaged in tracking
    with the National Range Division
    and telemetry, while the PHI RIPRISHMINTI i '
    .for assumption by MSTS USNS AMERICAN MARINER
    of the administrative and operational FAVORS FOR ALL '
    functions as a radar and tele'mctiy I"
    control of the ships "
    station. USNS COASTAL
    Vice Admiral Glynn R. Don- rr (
    aha, USN, Commander Military l
    Sea Transportation Service, in
    Washington, has assigned con. .
    function as telemetry stations ACCOUNTS ON OR 11
    trol of the ships to Rear Admiral
    Frank L. Johnson, USN, Com- and are Involved in recovery : ]Intr.st For Year tout FRIDAY, JULY 10th ANDo /
    opei'ations. 4 and Paid
    mender, Military Sea Transportation ,3 URN TWO MORI INTIRIST

    Service, Atlantic Area, In Curing Fiscal Year 63 the U. Every 3 Months fAYMINTS THIS YEAR

    Brooklyn. The range instrumentation S. Air Force programmed 90 ,

    ships will be operatedby : million dollars for the maintenance ,j

    the Atlantic Area commandand and operation, including U II

    (ho MSTS office at Port Canaveral fueling and shore based support, ;

    of the ten ships. Personnel figures

    Ships Involved In the transfer, involved In the transfer CITIZENS BANK
    which wil carry the MSTS designator total approximately S10 crew !

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    means we tan start fresh. It means we have people who My they have to hustle because they

    ACROSS DOWN U Under new energy. We're not resting on our lain els.
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    I Content 2.:A support marts l" It means we have to be the pleauntest I bank

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    prefix 7. Suppose 27. Afoot :J I.., .- way out of your way td see.INDIAN.
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    Ann Landers: Why.don'tyou visit in our house. 41.: Fabric resembling 41 I 4l 43. 4 NOW DOT. OU SHOULD ONLY COMB BUT ALLRJSI41 WNgT DITTOS' STICKING HIS

    mind your own business Lnst evening a new business velvet r>> S" DON'T' BB A i TO ME WHEN SOMETHINGS THIS i5' 16 ITS TONGUE OUT AT Me. AND

    and stick to counseling mixed.up associate of my husband's lime 46.8eanta of : TATTLETALE! VERY IMPORTANT OR VERY VERY I'M GOING 70 SMASH

    peoplewho are having marital over The very first thing hit 47. Dlmlnu burden. fWoo ;'if II 1 I VERY DANSEROUS! I IMPORTANT i HIM//

    problems! ? did was light t cigarette. He tlon: lufTM M I ANa A

    As an embalmer and under then balked around the room for 7j'W'

    taker your advice t, the woman an ash tray and seeing Anne h. CANDY help you your problem.. 1 DANGEROUS

    who wanted to know if it was said, "1 guest nobody around Dear Candy: Sorry, but I'm Send them to her In care of tfils

    proper to leave glaisei on a person here imolcci. With that ho with your dad Till Rod to save newspaper enclosing I stampi .

    laid out or viewing. You flicked his cigarette ashes in his the little gems for inside self.addressed envelope. .

    said the Idea of displaying the pants cuff where he can probably use 'em. '-"' --- ---*t n I 5a

    deceased wai (to suggest that the I went to the kitchen and ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, l1A}* Jr h

    permn was "sleeping." You add. brought him a saucer and said Ann Landers will be glad to 2Jo each at the Star.Advoel" T 1a

    ed, and I quote, "Since it i to unlikely as cooly as I could, "Please use I

    that people sleep with this" I

    their uluasei" on they should be' Now I think I made mistakeby CHAIN LINK .n

    left oft. supplying the "lummox with yes,j KNOW BUT K&to yOU CAN COUNT ONME Y00N00-

    If (hit were true, Ann Land- the saucer. I should have told FENCE SALE EtERyTIME DON'T WORKV/ TO HELP R4fNER

    era, why are policemen and fire. him off. I know you are a non- I n A/THIS WELLFINDITI VOUIDOKFORIT. HERE MY IJI
    men traditionally laid out In full rioterSEEWTO DEAR,
    emoker, How do you feel about I
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    this MAT AT AllMslerlele or
    the visor of tho Foot as HiTMYGOLFBAU.
    holding cap
    Dear Self: Not M vehemently .. .
    across the heart? Do you think And 48 Inch. HighInstalled '
    as you do.' Nonetheless, a con- C INTO THEWOODS'
    policemen and firemen sleep in W..m."shlp ( ) .}
    slritrato person when he see no 5 9
    their uniforms and lake their .
    ash treys around, should lake Terminal Posts,
    hats to bed with them? General the !hint Salts Extra.

    MacAHhur\ lay In state, resplendent .ter

    In five-star regalia. ,
    Dew Ann Landers: I am 14 r f 41 t v ; t ,
    NODOWN ( / 4 1 / ,i r
    Are under the impressionthat (bD4Si4H t r e eCERTAINLIP
    you "
    and have a mad crush on I boy % }4 a tt r r'i r rr. tt De' ; e

    General MacArthur slept in who lives in Omaha. Rod and I cr=

    (that outfit? met at camp and have been PAYMENT ..... END OF THE WE SHORT FELLOWS I ACARETO
    Speaking of sleep, I think you corresponding( sin to last year. HAVE Yo LIKE, TABLE POWU WANT* HAVE TO HAVE A C
    must have been In a fairly deep 36 MONTHSTO t9F CHNCETOO.WHICH .
    father Rod Is an Idiot tfZ
    slumber My says THE FAR
    yourself when wrote
    you because he writes cute : PING-POND, p
    just PAY!
    that reply. Why don't you admit PROFILE?
    things on the outside of the envelope. .
    were and apologize!?
    you wrong
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    writes Is real clever YouSavings
    fluff he
    Dear No Name: All right. So c
    letter and Rod !
    they aren't Bleeping. Yesterday got a I IW
    had written across the back "Be. -
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    improve the light, no? If you
    gloves. Hot stuff inside"Whdn 1 Summer Sato Prices en
    should ever hear of a case t
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    "Tell that nutty kid if I sea anymore 7 T
    eyes of a person (either living

    ur dead) achieved this, will you trash on the envelopes, his HERCULES FENCE CO.

    please let me know? letters are going Into the garb

    age can." "

    Dear Ann Landers: My husband Please net my dad straight before Local For Free John Estimates Call 'e f'' s t/ I
    Representative Phillip Tltutvlll 274430
    he ruins entire life :
    my ) 1.
    and I do not smoke. We S c- r
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    July ., 1964 TlfusvllU"' (PI...'''.) i.r-Alv.u... Pate 1-. of the Milbourne district .1 Camp at Leesburf are Kenny Shelley, this week MM. LIm! .

    Methodist Churches, called a Porter, Mary Lewis, Unda Mullis nick I.i a once of Mr Shealey,
    meeting of ministers and delegates Mike Cowart, Donna Cowart
    Mims Area Happenings ARC DODGIE INC.
    of, 24 churches from .the Wayne Mendel, and Sharon ,
    Orlando District, Local delegates Kefl r.
    Rev. Mrs. Ralph Eave left lust YOUR NEW DODGE DEALER
    from Mime were
    Todd Voight Vows Said July 1st Lloyd Mullis Mrs. Lester Can- Sunday for Jacksonville whore
    trell Mrs G. O. Talkinjton.Mis. Dr. Bruce Gannaway District she was Joined by her sister, O Service Headqu.iter* For All

    B. H. Roberts and Mr*. Superintendent of the Melbourne Mrs. Edith Moats They went to Chrysler Product.
    (By Mr. Gladys M.Lendon) Courtney Porter. They met at diMiiit of Methodist Churcheswas
    1 ChatUnwga Tenn. to see an-
    AM7-124S Saint Marks Methodist Churchof a dinner guest of Rev, and Lans- Air Conditioning and Transmission SpeciaJUU
    lIther aister, Mrs Lucy
    Mrs. Hazel Voight and Albert Melbourne. Mil Lloyd Mullis and family On Duty Now.
    Nelson Todd were united In mar last Fiiday. ford who was ill. Due to this
    rlage it the Minis Methodist illness, Mr. Lansford passed Cor. Hopkins & Harrison 481.4931STAR.ADVOCATE
    i( Church Wednesday evening, IIw 9rs 4. Attend Youth Camp way July 1st, Mr. and Mrs A.
    July 1st. Those from Mimi who will be Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lominlck A. Dunn have also gone to attend
    Tho bride chose for her wedding attending the Christian Adventure and children, Jenny, Lynn and
    funeral which today
    tho woo
    ; a lovely pale pink suit withi Camp from July 6th thru Alvin of Wlulcmire, S. C. were Classified Ads Get Results

    pink and white accessories andi t it I 11th at the Methodist Youth visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Friday, July 3rd.

    wore a corsage of white tea f
    (f roses. Her matron of honor,
    1! Mrs. Jack Muldowney, chose a :zwr '
    i white klrert length gown with ll lh+ !II IIlLI I 1V SAVE IIIEI i fliit1111fiEi'{ i ii

    I f white accessories and wore QUIK CHOPPED CUBE
    corsage of pink rose buds. ;
    I A reception was held at the IIl i' nllhti, ;

    future home of the newlyweds. 5te Ors: .69
    The refreshment table was beautifully ties
    decorated with a pink
    linen cloth and overlayed with r i : t
    i while nylon net. A beautiful center I
    J piece of pink and white iliad 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH W-D FRESHER

    I was set off by long white tapers Ground Beef I''!
    \ in silver holders. A three-ticrd
    : wedding cake topped with wed-
    Ing bells completed the wedding ROO S10 isi i t'I I i !

    theme. Sandwiches, punch and:
    : coke was served .to many of 5 LB. PKG.$195
    their friends. w
    Out-oftown guests: were the l ....,,%.., ..... ..''''' '''' PRICES QUANTITY GOOD THRU JULY 8THXTRA

    J bride's son and his wife, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nelson Todd w.. una.rom see

    and Mrs. John B. Voight from cut traditional wedding cake following ceremony ._11-. seer LNr-rro.
    Miami Mr. and Mrs. Walter 0' 1 .

    Quin and daughter, DianeMrs.( Millford, Conn., is now employ. and family. .
    OQ'iln and Mrs. Todd are sisters ed with the American Eleen Co. ____ ,1i.-- SfAlP
    ), a daughter Miss Mary
    at Cocoa Beach. On july ,1st.t Dr. Bruce Can Bob White Sliced
    _. _
    Fulluwing a short wedding. District : ,
    naway superintendent
    Mrs Moron Feagan Mrs. trip the couple will make their -
    Henry Mcikle and Mis. G. M. home in Mime 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH GA BRAND Brick
    Simmons presided at the refreshment ''I ." j;>11, *
    I table. Mrs. Bob Butts TWI'N IOWERSR B A C 0 N Sausage .u>. 59v

    kept the Bride's Book. Mrs. Thelma Burke and daughter a I 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW..>"
    Mrs. Todd Is the owner and Penny, and friend from N'1A ,AP RTM NTS.co
    manager of Minis Beauty Salon Clearwater were guests last Ham
    and Mr. Todd, formerly of week of Rev. and Mrs. Mullis o 'IUA lfI

    r Veal I 2-oz.Bteaded Servings Lb.LD 79'

    ? I Cheese 25 EXTRA STAMPS With SUNNYLAND%. 39'too

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    elusive Automatic Transmlsslor JULY 3rd THRU JULY 12th 59'SunnylancTs
    Shop. Rebuild, Exchange, Repair SEE YOU JULY 13thl ,V() AJ* .11 a... Sausage Lb.
    4,000 Miles or W Days Warranty!I Keyboards, Inc.
    204 N. Orange BI. Trail, Orlando,, 1200 N. Mills Orlando 425-24M I Organ Specialists, Since 137 -
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    Complete Service On Asphalt, Vinyl, Plastic Cork Tile. W Y.M.YY./
    All Automatic Transmissions Estab. I Years rwPe.eou ...... u.s. NO. I RUSSET pOTATOES
    Exchanges Work Guaranteed TROPICANA TILE AND We Buy, Sell, and Trade Anything Y 'E 'kt"'O..NPI '
    1310 W. Churct.-Orl.nd0-422-387' FLOOR COVERING Guns, TV, Cameras, Radios, etc. ,eoo.2i; ti July :! 2 elnRy 7 9 F. Bakers 5AG 49;

    AUTOS IMPORTEDRenault to4 N.OOrango0rlando423.7671FLOOR COVERING 1122 W. Church, Orlando, GA 5-4015 A' ANY rl,NN Mtll. 31 Slae'

    and Peugeot PIT SHOP TOP VALUE.. ...STAMPS.. ww. ..- .y I i IIr
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    I BARNESD"p.y r./1I'ft 277-3033 Hawaiian, Punch Fresh Golden RIp'AY
    W Boone St. Orlando

    I, Quality Used Imports SOUS N. Or.A ng Floor. Coverings Orlando, I Inc..3487 5616,......E.',.11010.Colonist I''It'Dr."". Orlando,..... 000.AN'TM.aJUS..,NN...'..".r3f I !lEG. 21. RYE I

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    Orlando Motors, Inc. H A VERTY'S TOP..M VALUE. w.r.ra.r+Yar
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    Flat Jaguar A Mercedes-Bens 11
    Opon Mon *: Sri NHel III S P.M. nursing and LatguerlufV aver rlatd" SAY 10. 1
    "Wa Service What We Sell" i 421 N. Orange _Orlande, CH 1.5371GUNS <0 W, Ontiil ,y.. Orlando 04 4 3SM:

    AUTO SALES SERVICE --- ---- Meal or Grits '
    Picture Frames TOP VALUE STAMPS ,

    PRAGER'SGUN Two ".0"" /
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    : Used Cars Scopes Mounted! .
    I 1020 N. Orange, Orlando, GA 1-454 707 N. Mills Orlande 425. oSJ Hwy 50 E. Colonial Dr. V-- -1. '-<.o'.t3... Ir
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    : L. I Vitamins 1 special dietary feeds for Discount Plumbing Suppllts
    allergies, diabetic, salt-free redue.ing Bathroom Fixtures Pipe FHth.gsPumps
    New lived..' and: gaining weight, Schlff,
    I'artu Water Heelers
    Thompson Hoffman and ethers
    SUPERIOR GMC TRUCKS, INC. Mail Orders Bon 1444II 512 E. Celestial Dr ,
    KUDU Ub-wi6l"' orl.orto E. ChurchOrlando424.1212NERCHANOISE Orlando CK7 ISot

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    Dealer. for "Central Florida's Olde.," AND BOOK STORE 1 1
    I Fla's. Leading
    LARK BMW Established Ian "The Power ef the Word"IIiZb"Jt I
    N.Orang.Orland.42S-IdOf Jewelry Luggage Diamonds In Klhles, Religious / .. GOODSALTINES
    Gultars-C.mer.R.dloa-G1HII kx> and Sunday School = DEEP SOUTH = fiSCHER'S
    Selection of Used BAY PINK.. LIllY'S
    Tremendous applies. Mail ItemsCanti BLUE
    27 W Church Orlande 4221041 j
    'Imports- 10SJ N. Orange, Orlande or didfo'rr: Juice Peanut Butter 1 PEPPER
    34 E. Church Orlande 2.1501RAVEL SALMON i Tomato :
    i 16. 24-ox, JM Save 5. 1-ox Can / Save 8. 1-Lb. .SaKCA
    AWNINGS j OFFICE SUPPLIES BUREAU- Save 26. Tell Can Sove 10. 32-ox, JM Seve

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    Manufactured SCREEN Call ENCLOSURES Collect In Orlande i' Open of Orlando'Meet Ad Day SaturdayOne Complete :1'm" TRAVEL 39 ? i / N !

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    Dr., OrlandeCONSTRUCTIoiTEQUIPMENT Air lui HIMMhlp Tlrk.b.Tours w I with $2.50 er mars
    113 Brookh..n 17-lf W. Pine, Orlando, 422-3454 s t'rul.World' Wnn
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    CLASSIFIED ADINFORMATION For Rent GLAMOR GIRLS Mobile Homes Real Estate Real' Estate Real Estate

    Cemmertlal Buildings Per Rent
    F r w.4. Frl, I BEDROOM, m bath
    U A.MI (Kt roc Moa Pnbllutioa MAGNOLIA PLAZA, store apafle 000 111,000 new brick
    for rent, or lease suitable for term( porch, cirporto, nice 'lot veneer, 4 bedroon, 3 tilt kith
    office, 80160 ft., |12S monthly, 48 X 'I, MARLETTE 1957, 2 bed. high and dry, Ind tin River Helghts. FURNISHED BEDROOM, t bath built In range and oven, dlib
    WANT AD RATM lirconditioned, $1500 (bank Terms Phone 267-2447.
    phone 2671928. wisher and disposal. Intercom
    IIrDI anti pir, word =Ulmli ). See at New Frontier home la Indian River City. $2,000 with AM and FM radio, central
    Chart *0g DUPLEX FOR RENT Trailer Park Scottsmoor, BY BUILDER. 4 bedroom central down." Call owner, 2674768. oil heat and dreendlt used,
    air oil heat, wal-to-wal l
    AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY J- wood burning fireplace, wan to
    UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom $100 HAYES: many extrai. Large comer lot
    ALL CLAJSiriED: ADIPATABUO bedrooms, J baths, family and "wall carpet, double car garage,
    monthly $2} damage depotlt. Whispering Hills Road to Greenwood
    rt ADTANOt TRAILER blocks Florida room. Central air-con- fully landscaped corner lot,
    Call 2677586. r I north. Make the
    Biocpt JtitiblUhtd AoooUD"Clanlno $2700 down. For
    New and Used Mobile Homes termi with Masonry Ine., 267- ditlonlng, dish washer and garbage appointment
    HOUSES FOR RENT 14G4. disposal $18,000 with terms 367-192g.
    8210 E. Colonial Drive, to suit 2924 Gardenia St,
    << Di.etay aa" Avatlsbta.a buyer.
    ....... UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom house, Orlando 277-9671 I BEDROOM, m bath, take over Cardendala Subdivision. 267-7468. VERY home SPACIOUS with ilr conditioning 3 bedroom 2 bath and
    Tb the
    >r tnr ad.mtt.r.a( t wblck It I..me room, IRC, $80 monthly, 267- 1956 GARDNER, one
    objectionable:.. ..a0 vkaKfoTh. till 1928. excellent condition, $1300. 2 bedrooms, t biths: near beach own well. Must see! to appreci
    dwIUoaUoe If e4 "_I.at Dixie Trailer Park. Lot 1, Lang WHISPERING OAKS S Bedroom and schools Ideal{ for the active ate. In beautiful Whispering Hills
    term. teat .reward M ..oaform lelb. rHREE-REDROOMS, 2 bathl, hoff. 1 bath, family room, corner lot family $1,000 cash; $11056 area. Call George Barley Inc.
    'policy. tr-A4rocM N tbi. ,a.'will sot Mnopoulbl Mendel Lane, nice section. $121 with sldewilks, $300: down, no per month.MARGARET. 267-3622 or after hours 2673620.WHISPERING .
    Itt __ u>" Oil !I.- month. 2678864.FRENTALS '62 NATIONAL 10 x 50, 2 bed. closing costs 1708 Smith Dr. So., S. KILKNA Realtor I
    oorrcct Innrtlon nor will M ** rooms, Apply Lot 10 Dixie Trail Pleas call 267-1770. Paxton Realtors-Sales & Rentals LAKES 3 bedroom::
    ...bl. for ..f .rt.r I* .4* .DU.toot iVoiUr ntii (tat Danenburg Realty 267-3858. I NOW IS THE TIME New Beach school. (400 down 267-1797.
    tb* U> ipu* tmipM kf U
    Tandem axle
    .. 32 x S, trailer with ro SEE the delightfully differentnew
    t\ II. III" *4virU* 2 BEDROOM, CARPORTE, utility and hydraulic dolly wheels, Ideal homea In Colonial Heights. LAKEFRONT ESTATES his the (ContlnuMt en Next Pate)
    room, stove and refrigerator. for farm trailer or heavy duty 3 and bedrooms, all with 2 homes with advantages you'll
    OfflM -m Mall WTM Convenient to Cape. 2671733 or boat trailer. $260. Apply at baths Designed for the modern like I bedrooms, m bithi at

    Offlo.Dial H.ur Alt. IM T-MM: to IM: 267-1928. 43S Highland Terrace Rocket Motel, 2 miles north of family and their many needs by $12 600. $500 down $:. monthlyincluding
    FURNISHED HOUSEIncludlnl1 Mimi. an architect specializing I In this I I P and I.:, year mortgage.

    Notice utilities, monthly. U. 5. I, Indian xa4r.tawar.d.WGattE'.NAdrt.ar.a"TIi&t'tt AM LEAVING CAPE area. 1960 field. From $98 to $110 a month Large lots. Just south of REAL
    Special everything Included Immediate Whispering Hills Country Club
    River City, 2670413. 2 bedroom 10'xW Buddy Trail.
    the first dollar the boss ever made-mlnu* lot. Will sell occupancy little or nothing (Route 405). George B. Barley,
    WHY SUFFER with the heat? i BEDROOM: house, carporte, utility the tax, of course." er irately.on acre 423.8985. aep- down Call 1 today for directions. Inc., Tltusvllle. 267-3622.
    "Now in the time to get til Alum. room, apply 202 Hlllcrest Ave., COLONIAL HEIGHTS
    Inum Hurricane Awnings. 2 1-7908 2672008. TRAILER SPACES FOR RENT CROWN BUILDERS 4 BEDROOM: 2. BATH home In ESTATED453
    Whispering Hills. $1200 down
    ------- For Sale 267.8621
    AnimalsCUTE TWO BEDROOM riverfront home \ Help Wanted TRAILER SPACE for rent, Buck's monthly payments $117, ,, 267-6943.:
    furnished. Central heat and air Fish Camp, ( miles west ofMim.
    conditioned. Tel. 207-0611. 1 USED 30" DIXIE gas range, I .. 1 mile south off 46. 267- ACRES fronting on Route
    FWFfY puppies, hilt yellow 10"ti htp through ovendoor TWO YOUNG men, must have high 11267. WESTWOODMANOR 50. Just outside city limits.
    poodle, half truffle terrier, 207 ROOMS FOP HINT weekly, Ask school education willing to meet BE SAFE! Room for homesIte and bunt-
    2473. Mike to tell you about this one. I the public, must have car, need Moving Storage ness Last low priced parcelon
    ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen prlvllegei Goodyear Service Store, 115 S. independable. 2671470. 12 a.m. Route 50 available at $13,>

    MINIATURE SCHNAUZERS, AKC, TV and wisher. AM T- Hopkins, Tltusvllle, .267-3013. to 8 p.m. LOCAL AND LONG distance mov BE SURE! 500 with good terms.
    _ _
    2283 after 5pm. ---- -- --- ---
    Moving, storage, packin,
    Champ line, 1 female, 1 male, RCA COLOR TV, walnut console, I AUTO MECHANIC. Must have shipping ers. cold fur storage crat OLD DIXIE HWY. .

    267-9490. CLEAN ROOMS working; men, $9 excellent condition, $175. 267 hand tools. Call 2672657. ing. Free estimates. 2673341. D10-DUPLEX UNIT, 1 bed.
    HORSES BOARDED weekly up. 18 N. Palm A..., 1489. I I Brevard Ridgeway Mayflower. BRICK HOMES, S Bedroom, Deal Only room furnished each side. Situated

    Individual stalls, dally exec 267.04.NEW USED TRUCK DRIVERS and shipping I Full Tile Bathl, Central on 145 x 147 lot to give
    1 apartment
    (lie, correct feeding. ROOM, private entrance, pri I gas range $ down, $2 weekly I Clerk. 267-6883. I r Real Estate Heat, Built-in Range\ With With AREALTOR room for additional duplex or

    OAK HILL 345.3<<1 vale bath, 267 6634. ark Pat"at u this special.I r-V AND APPLIANCE salesman Hood, Cod Lawns lid Shrubs, business.

    I PRIVATE"ENTRANCE-. Goodyear Service Store 315 S. for appliance Uepcrtment. W. T I ACRIAOI FOR SAL Choice of Color Fixtures. .
    refrigerator ,
    I Hopkins, Tltusvllle, 267-3013. Grant Co., Titusville. Forty
    Building & Const bath, $65 monthly, or $18.50 I four Hour Week 8 to S. Apply I PRICES START AT R51-12 RESIDENTIAL lots In
    weekly. Will accommodate 2, SHOW CASES back cases, photographic Tom Smith at Grants. 1 ACRES with 660 ft. on Hy. 46 South Titusville, on paved
    with utilities. 267-4082. cameras and equipmentat I near Geneva. $5,600. T. W. Look for this street with City Water and
    NIDY CONSTRUCTION rill dent. -- cost. Missile movie. and FIRST CLASS cabinet makers, 1002 j' Mero Broker, Saaford 322-2481 $14,900Ready Sewers. Lot sizes 75 x 120.
    late, commercial and License 2 :.rv raE "ROOMS, med only, I ... 2671766. Tropic Street, rear. for appointment symbol for yourprotection. 8 $3300. each.
    12 yean In Tltusvllle. of household, newlydecorated : It signifies i > .
    and bonded. Phone AM 7-2328. at 419 Main Street, $15 1 USED SMALL Crosley refrigerator 30 ACRES WITH 1300 ft. frontageon For Occupancy integrity :
    week, after 10 p.m. 267-9184._ I $41. $1 down, $1.21 weekly MALE HELP WANTED State Road 48 east of Geneva. and high profes- 1117-440 FEET US No. 1 and
    High land. Excellent water. 267-5437 267.5293267.2802 Railroad frontage, close in.
    Opportunity Ask Buck about this speclil.
    LOVELY AIRCONDITIONED I FIRE DEPARTMENTVacancies sional standing. Deal only
    roomIn Goodyear Service Store, 31$ I. Call Owner Geneva 349-3191. Ideal for commercial enter
    refine home. Twin beds, Hopkins, Tltusvllle 267.3013. with a Realtor Only a Selling for $75. per
    BUSINESS OFFER private entrance and bath, TV. for Firemen Second HOUSES FOR SALE IM THB riBCtlT COIMT' OF THE Realtor displays this seal. from foot.

    4 Lots on 2 corners: apace for 6 Furnished for comfort. 2673096. ELECTRIC SHAVER service on CI.... Experience unnecessary, AND MYTH"' ton JllUHIAI' BHKVABK IKCI'IT OUITV' IN, 4 4
    stores, 1STX172' on U.S. 1 and for all makes. Jay Bee Jeweleri, Inquire 513 Palm Ave. FI.ORIII/i Bryan-Conway &
    2 homes 112'xllO' on Dixie Highway LOW RATES, clean private rooms Indian River Plaza.115LB. HOLIDAY SPECIAL IN lH.4HO: r KO. SM1S A30-d ACRES In young grove.
    Winttead Inc.
    ; 10%( down will secure ownership for work men. 267 6185. 3 BEDROOMS, 2 bath, double car IIMONfKA.LAKO Property being developed
    loan will pay construction GUEST HOUSE, furnished, also GYM weight eat 267-3096. Livestock porte $700 down, Move In now o\I'IIJIUI.. VMMftt George M. Barley, Jr., around It making this parcel
    ( location Zeke Evans more valuable. 330 feet
    In Inc.
    costs; excellent location near beat city on
    utilities, by week month.
    or NATIONAL CASH regliter, $111; M'I'EIH HAMSBif.' good road
    Tttuivlllet; build now. For Inipectlon Phone 287-4103. Construction, 267-3267. Campbell Associates, making room for
    phone 67-1481.. electric cash register, $160; 1 YEAR OLD Bay Gelding and BT PrntlCATION Detesd.al.I40TICR '" Inc. several I homeaites. Call for
    AIR CONDITIONED ROOM overlooking tables and counters, mannequins, !trailer, $475, 267-2019 after 5 p.m. EVANS wants to TO: MR. N1KLR: HANHKNS6T details
    MR. you
    SERVICE STATION for loase Cape. On U. S. 1, Tele racks. Barr Wholesale, US W a 72nd "(rent J. W. Chlldre Realtor > .
    Paid training and minimum In. vision. 267-4103. Central Ave., Orlando. see this even If you don't need Brooklyn 9, New Yard Danenburg's Beach
    vestment. For Information phone Mobile Homes a new home. Lovely 3 bedroom YOU AHK HKREBT: NOTIFIEDthat A47-8 ACRES well located Just
    Jim FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES: in Forest Hills. 2 bath, alrcondltioner ft Complaint for..dlvorca ha Realty off Route 50, In the city limits.
    Beamon Holly Hill. 138-3211 $12.50 PER PERSON, per week. bran fllfld acaliiBt .. and you Real Estate
    Rocket Motel, MImj. Phone 267- clearance sale on all merchandise TRAILERS FOR RENT 22 ft. living room, garage are required to aorva a copy of your Duffy's Easy access on good road.

    Camping HuntingTAKE 3097. on floor. Hurry while It HOUSE TRAILER 2 bedroom, $75 only $1SSOO. 2673267. an.I.Int.... ar on the plmilltl Plnlntlff'i/ to the attorney Com- Edwards Realty Total price $25,000.

    lasts. 2111 Garden St., Nldy monthly, electric, cooking gap FRANK M. WOLFB P. O. Box 757, Ed Kittles Agency .
    YOUR vacation In a Floridacamper. SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies Shopping: Center, 267-5733 or 267- and water furnished. Buck's Fish HOLIDAY TREATA Cocoa Beach, Florida, 82931, and rue Harris Realty Inc. A88-20
    for the or nleaitlnf In ACRES orange and
    Mike reservations rent. 801 Orange St. 2673400 DELIGHTFUL 2 bedroom home, animal gnawer
    now Camp. 2675267. tka office of the clerk of the CIr L. B. Newman grapefruit grove in Brevard
    Call Double 1. ; situated close to everything. Only
    Campers, 267-1JM. suit Court on 0' before the Hlh day
    Help>> WantedMEN TRAILERS FOR SAL 2 left. They won't last. Zeke of July, A. D. 1M4. If you fall to do Donn Searle Realtors County 600 old bearing trees
    Child Care WAREHOUSE FOR RENT Evans Construction, 2673267. ao, a decree pro eunfeeio will. M Sydney Schwartz and 300 young tree. Pricedat

    NEW APPROXIMATELY 1800 aq. AND WOMEN aged 21.45 to 1960 TRAVELO, 10 X 50, front kIt. taken m.nd.d acalnit t In the you Cnmplnlnt.for lha relief d. W. J. Smith $2300.. per acre, terms. negotiable.

    WILL KEEP child In my home, ft. with air conditioned paneled train' for managers and assistant chen, 2 bedroom carpet In living HOTTER THAN A FIRECRACKER DATED .t Tiluayllle. Btbvard.
    Monday through Friday Phone office $125 monthly on years managers in bantam type room, with large metal awning. ? Then cool off with a home Junn County A,,D.riorlila IBM. this the alb day of -I 4

    2675864. lease Call 267-2866 or 267-6317. grocery itores. Apply IDIJ General 1959 Chevrolet truck. 427-7042, built by Zeke Evans Construction'we (COUHP HKAUCURTW H85-MIMS AREA 2 bedroom

    2 SMALL OFFICES end Store. 2120 St., Tituivllle. New Smyrna Beach. I use that central aircondition- Clerk of R.the BARNES Circuit Court WHEN I iffb home on spacious 220 x 216 lot.

    KIDDIE KEEPERS houses for rent. 200 feet, isle you hear so much about 2673267. ItrevaM County, Florida Add on to this CBS home or
    alrcondltioned office square plus 600 sq. FIMALI HILP WANTED MOBILE!! HOME: OWNERS BTl, V. e. 8p.nrler build another beside It. Total

    ft. warehouse space, $125 monthly FRANK e'gt.Wrk price $7900.11115SPRUCE.
    Merritt Island and Indian /
    eacD. J. W. Chlldre Realty STEADY WORK from your home LIVE RENT y BUY 1 go on vacation, 1- Attorney for Plaintiff r > .
    River City phone for nationally known com Ube m : P. O. Ilnx 757 t
    247 8563. 4 left, double garage
    Cocoa Beach Florida 12(31 e HILLS 3 bedrooms -
    24 Hour Service any. Write Mrs. M Farrow, air conditioned family room, Juno S, 15, 22. it (Mon) 1M4. y h 2 full baths and Florida
    2015 Wallace Eau Gallic. FREE!
    WAREHOUSE SPACE $19,600. Restricted area, Forest
    LEGAL Supply room in this especially nice
    Phone 267-9570 PADS -
    PHOTOGRAPHIC i MODE .s-r\g; J Hills. Zeke Evans 2673267. home to 202 lot.
    4 Repair Shop Officeor $20 down payment and $20 a each at Star-Advocate Office. on 1 x
    For Rent Storage Space requirements. nli6T O. Box 2054, month will buy your own full II has reduced price to $16,500.
    FROM $30 MONTH Tltusvllle. between acre mobile home lot at beautiful CUSTOM HOMES In restricted areas II, >
    It a.m. and 2 p.m.A Lake Louise Estates. or on your lot we have financing 1 I
    FOR RENT at 810 S. Hopkins Ave Become landlord. plans, lots of custom Ideas 4w H128-WESTWOOD VILLAS-
    Call or Write: J. J. Rosen WORD TO TilE WIVES. If you Don't tear your rent each large homes, small homes free tAtJim Comfortable 3 bedroom 1 bath
    Floor Sandera, Pollaheri 220 71 St. Miami Belch-86 .0272 peed money to buy a car, house, month. Many up families planning service decorator service home on nice corner lot.
    Phone AM 7-3235 I furniture. Earnings $2 to $5 per In beautiful trailer now reside Zeke Evans Construction, Screened porch, carporte, CBS
    FACTORY: PAINT OUTLET WAREHOUSE, suitable for shop hour with Avon. Call now. Call ,our visit us and see community for 267-3267. HollandINC. construction for $12,000. with
    garage or storage. In center of 234-7140 after 6pm. or write total monthly payments of 103
    Baldwin Shopping Center town. See H. H. Hudson at Stir* Avon Mgr.? P. 0. Bo* HOI, Eau yourself the finest self-owned ado per month.
    Advocate, Gillie, Florida. mobile home park. U. S. No. 1 2 Miles 4 .
    --' LAKE LOUISE ESTATESon North Of Mims At
    1 BEDROOM\ unfurnished built- 'WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER conatructlon. MANAGER East Orlando Estates Road bedroom, 2 bath FHA loan. Payments Rocket Motel AM 7-3097 90-WHISPERING LAKES _
    in phone 2675344 until Any size up to 30,000 CORT COSMETICS has opening for Bithlo, Florida Rt. 50 $112 monthly. 2909 Holly, 3 bedroom 1 bath home. Lot
    range We're
    Kid stuff) pretty puffed
    feet lease. 267.05(14.( In 2675368. 75 120. Price of
    4:30 square full-time Division Manager. Must Phone 277-3283 size x $12-
    : p. m.TWBEDlt __ duHlrlal or commercial space have car, phone, experience indirect or 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath new, low NEW and USED up about the eire end speed 900 includes drapes and car-

    OM. furnished, air- available. selling. Salary. For Interview ALLEN REALTYR. down payment Nicest\ section In In which we handle our custom pet.

    conditioned $140 monthly plus write P. 0. Box 7471, Or. R. No. 1, Box 364 Tltusville. Forest Hill. 267-3564 MOBILE HOMES ers movie and we IntendIt .
    Utilities. 267-0317, 267-2806. 'I For Sale lando. Give resume of past ex 5 Miles N. Of Cocoa to stay that For the
    way. 1I168- NDIAN
    perience. Into 2, 3,
    Cocoa 636-3790
    GIRL TO share small apartment. 1 USED GE 21" console TV, with Directions Route- 50 1 mile or 4 bedroom homes, brand new Sales And Rentals best In moving service, call usl -Completely furnished 2 bedroom
    j 207-6021. new picture tube and power tunIng. SALESHELP wanted 60 Minute past Blthlo Cutoff In area of much higher pricedhomes. m bath home with a
    $99. $10 down, $2 weekly.: Cleaners, PIrtle Plaza, under new Small down payment and Think Of screened porch and many ex
    ACROSS tHE!: atreet from ocean Ask Mike about this special. management.IT'S only\ $85 monthly total payment.VA SPECIAL :tras. Move In and enjoy living
    front. Apartment aultable for 2 Goodyear Service Store, 315 S. 1964 MARK TRAILER, 2 bedroom, no' down payment BRENT- 50 1 X 10 NEW 2-BEDROOM $12.500. includes I ill. Drive
    working people, carporte $75 Hopkins. Titusville, 267-3013. NOT TOO LATE 10 x 50. sacrifice equity $3,000 WOOD ESTATES, west on Gar $3960.00 FIDELITYAgent by 1610 Locke Street then call
    month yearly Phone 4288314. Will still enroll rum In oursummer for $1500 balance. Payments den St., AM 7.7142 or 632-5655. use for details.H105WHISPERING.
    New Smyrna Beach. ZIG ZAO SEWING IrtTcHINETRTpossessed courses $4509 monthly. Indian River USED .
    for rent (4 Model, Does Fancy charm and self ImprovementFor Trailer Lodge 8 I.m2 p.m", Box 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, by owner. 36 X $ STEWART BEDROOM
    electrically. centrally Designs, Automatic I Buttonholes, Information call 267-5500. 370, Rte. 1. Cocoa, Florida. Ask Whispering Hills area. Phone 267- $1195.00 ALLIED VAN LINES HILLS _
    located, 3 Bedroom, 2 bath home with
    Tom Burns.
    Blind 4572.
    Hems Monograms, Em. PART TIME
    adulti only. 2871781.AIRCONDITIONED bookkeeping: posting .
    STORAGE & TRANSFER screened in carport. See this
    broiders, Darns, Patches, Etc. possibility of full time work -- I I
    beautifully Must see to appreciate. Take up Call Hmson. and you'll want to own It.
    -later. 281-721J)1ra. 10% Down Local Bank
    furnished new one bedroom remaining 5 payment of $8.00. ;n1Alf NELFWANTaDTV SEE FinancingWE Highly residential with nearby

    patio apartment, 1304.06 Palmetto Trade Ins Accepted Ph. AM -- ----.- OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE !: TRADE ANYTHING Phone AM 7.0228 I schools and shopping. $15,500
    with $500 down.
    near Pirtle Plaza, $125 7-5530. SERVICE MEN
    -- ---- -- ------ -
    ----- --- -
    monthly. TWO INSIDE service 1 full
    LEGAL men
    Big Supply, 36c
    time 1 time Indian River SUBDIVISIONFeaturing
    UNFURNISHED, conditioned 3 room, central apartment each at Star-Advocate Office. City.: Pone 267.2552 or 207-8519' HOME "North Brtvird's Oldest Real Estate Service"

    beat lovely kitchen, range and : 4
    refrigerator, yard maintenanceprovided. &
    Adult couple only Kids Walk to School! C n "ufa
    267-4587. an 7ARROW

    APARTMENT OR trailers Weekly LARGE 75' :x 110' LARGE POOL nc

    I monthly rates, adults only. LOTS WITHCENTRAL 0 SHUFFLEBOARD: 101 IwU1 7dphawwrrp
    504 Garden. ,. ANraon


    FIND ONE LIKE IT Moms Love the Kitchens! [ 1. TOP COMMUNITY Adjacent to schools. Three

    and bedrooms, two baths. Freshly decorated. $14,000.00with

    ' I WILL BUY IT! only $450.00 down payment. Monthly pay-

    $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO ments $80.50 plus insurance and taxes.
    1MO J'.cr.. ft4 4 bedroom 2 bath Dads Relax
    Total. price $18 900. Dou- In ComfortHUNTER 2. FOR SALE Trailer lot Close In 100' deep -

    -garage. Large lot REACH OAKWOOD: From Tttusvfll go north on 300000. REALTY

    ;]peit all extrai.Snack$1100 bar, double down, ; U.S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more
    or $2"0 down mil to our entrance on riant For free Information 2700 S. Washington Ave
    mon WnJ/aJ .
    PRICED FROM call 2875586. B"Jan.Conwa'J JfCu Titusville, Fla.
    'il EVANS $18,200 FHA AM 7-7037
    DARK AM ,- 3011 Day Night or Holiday Don R. Manchu Broker'Ili


    .. TMw m le 11Nf1d.) tfaMsWatoContinued ,.,. .....
    .", JIM ,

    IN Tilt rlllrrn ('ot'I\T..r TI'': lx TO1nMA (, ''RAIN' COCRr
    From PreceedUng PigsClassified tan enact corer OF TBTM II TaB COCXTf Jt DOE'S lm TIIC plraV11 CoksT, RITMJeelfiA 4)' K 111 tort -to** Ike N lIe.of mills Jl'a1FIA 1OCtll?' lA0 I* ANN T0a itTAee COt NTT, I
    |\ /vDlfl4e. rmrtiT. m ERUVAND 11e A11D oroeVANa the 8(1 14. ol *aM y:Ion si. MR elICee ttntTY' ",fll\lt. iff Neighbors&
    AND! FOB SCC.*.. .".TV.M roi>TT. rioKiui Ce5NTT. 11Ue1DACetieist lo a point: tnene* rat SI01 feet e0.0RIDtII r"atc Nil. nalt
    !< *> i in. in So, leNm" al' m the W line of properly deecrllwj lHICRNY'40: tOMe CHAMP WAKINO DnA CHAMP
    y0.oe15AIN fpA.rC1rT: 1U. M./ IN its: .JlT or 05116 JAMEP MICRAnL: utm.PI..allC. .. Dd ...* W pair IISlo Rams TS ....tlC..DCL4RENCIII 'AIlINO FUEL OIL
    o. AMrrrMR A. BLtZABttTIt1 ARNOLD .flj- a point: thenre run 8 .9' 41k F. JACKSON, JR. PLAINTIFF
    >TICMlfifn' F. a&.w' LEN ..... Heel: .pnralM. t* the' I'* Nn. of the Plaintiff "" f"n
    Denaa.d. ANNA MAX: OORDOM' XBBD. eM tt of aald flection .. 470 feet MIKE: tl.AVARELL'\III'INIANT
    AdvertisingReal : .f IOI'llfH BCtlAyS.V Hotlte: TO twEDiTOaa DefaadkktKOTirc t. t aorati tk._ ra. .M Sin HI' NFTTY JACKSON' !: !:
    *150 CLAImANTC. TO lut.P feet a point thano run t f 218 Beneneer Buffalo 4. New York voTirit: or amtnirm "AL. !
    :R0?'CHARLES I>A VII You and eaok of ,oe are krky TileANNA; Of FLORIDA) TO! M'1o.I feet 1I* a point, thenceeecC4'M' DrfrnInntTYou Notice I la hereby liven that I: J/ .
    MAD CORDON KKlCD.wkMo SM11h.tOSSWlell, I-FIOrt WIIHOI' Hherlff of Bra.
    heath Channel Drlva notified and required to prmantanr &
    Estate 13I-1 Bell HarborQuaena claim and aemaeit wMck you pkMO ft toeMeeee k) thenr. ran R M ST" B 43SOO feet PETTY: JACKSON sn hero.he yard County. riorlda, under and by
    have unknowns I. a point. thence rm a 4' M lIotltlfod than A Hill .r ('ttM virtue of a writ of xmjullon her.
    New York or either of may *aoln.tthe :
    you M1 llv..... ha horn filed to''' \\mrt cut ot the' anv entitled .
    IOU AHai HKHBBT NOTIFIED eelat of A. BUiABBTTH: ARNOLD TOU ARK HICRICttT NOTIFIED: B 47 3' feet to a plnt In the W.A1NT for *
    that the ***T. aaajed Petitioner, MILLER 1>Ueceaaeil IM. of tile a _or. amnplaMl .*. kernhMd It Ha. of said Rvetton S: Sheen asalnat you, anil you ar required court on the ZU.day of
    HOUSC FOR SALB ]>m.m IH-LI.A. of TlluevllleFlnrl Count* of PallaiHIpIrt SlalePrnneylvanla Iff a steel' mv h> Ik* Clraott run N ID. 1:1':! W see feM t* inn la eerve a .0y of pour sheep orea May IW4. In the above atvted taiiM.
    **, a** fn* C iMtlttoa In the I lo Ski County Jucaf Court, Ninth Judicial Circuit ofFkirMa. point or .fteslnnm. ennialnlnc 3* 1 pl llnn In the Illll of Complaint In kate levied upon the followlna; dee.erllMl
    .- : l> arm, more or lea amt lylao sad the' FIei"tetra uN.ra.yh N. !PIt56 properly belnr In HrevardCounty.
    above alyletf Court for the adoption Hrerard Cawxy, Horlil, at hia Hi aad for BrWaM" MMy
    TREES? .* Ik. nrMor htM named therein, office ID <... Court _. TMwvWakrtortita In Chanwry. the .bbrvl..e.. tUKof of brlti PlurldaAUH, m: .llrevard County, mat r, U l, ,tile ami 4M flM, the Hatvllll orlirrnalewer 'KPrnrhlit ":.:: : \ Cadlllaa. .Klnrl.: *.,OOIIIM towlllimi ID No
    MirharlAnew 1
    anil jrou are reaulrert t* .0e v caa* wltnln atx (8) calendarmoniha whlik la "Orla Jamea
    ui FLORIDA 'OM say? Wo have why Uw aaM ehouM not .k* mated from let daN of tin then .". vs Ma* Gor *, WHfM ami ItNPRPT!: th* or gh. llnir In I th* riffle o' the. 'Itto i I kernes left .a lou wit. pines i by -... a copy of your written publication of tale notlaa. kwik: donP,.... Uotendant wherein lharelief lanili now lyina: :lman:: plat Clerk I of the t'I"''''' Court on or. before 106Florida Lken. 1DW-IT34T
    Ih* mini day ot July ItM!
    and aka U are looking for defeuaM, K any upon JACK claim or demand mud be In wrlllni loufhl la a IXwrea of Dlvoroa. led an V HILLS : a* the property. ef th. abov named -
    you If fall to do ,
    > NEED!: Attorney Petitioner, and muni alal* the piece of "..1. Three preaenla are lo oauaa andy.d tOINTRY CLl'H' KMTATRS. Dec you 10 by drfrnduot. and that on the IIIrd: d.,
    not just an ordinary JO8BPH BULL fifo Unuth Waih- deep and pout office .ddr.... of the qulra you to flla your written Jtlr- lion S, aa per plat hereof rer default will b* taken asaHnt, yea of July 1M4, between th. )Irani)
    douse but home plan (or your Tltunvllle, I DM "'*"* Fll Book IT pop 111, for the relief demanded ht aM don't Itke to Interfere
    a Sutton Avenue Florlila, claim*** andl MUM be aurora M ky ewer or d "' It nay Mora of Solo, nsmely.lrv.n
    .enjoyment, call today S and anit by flllnl: the orlalnal: thereof' the ."_0', DM agent, a. bee atMr Complaint filed herein, and to sieve ,1'a..*..*..*..___ tt Mesh Ceunly: ComplaintThla notlr..h.ll. h* twhtt.heilno ht red forenoon ad two o' the houmworiV
    the Clerk of odd Court the wilt keen the PidntWtCattorney I I. the afternoon said ,
    central) with on or *** *r BM a copy thereof upon on
    4 bedrooms, 2 baths, a.*... the 10.4 4y *f July, veld aeenMlna I. Sew. M'b ._- Gordon V Freilerkk.. a>. keen. file. .* aalnX fn aiM *_ Sock week for four ronaeeutlv. the front Door of Ih* ..
    heat ready (of air. From M to .thanrli*, *> **are* niv) ba n.J See ..._... Rae as .IIe F O, Box ITDo, Ranford, FlorMo, are Males] t. arts .pt at poe, week I* tke Tll"a\llle.Ular-Airv leaalr Court llouie, "
    $110 monthly Including every. ...I..f/ you traalln aald adoptions a, Ik* ItHttm a( the' mtn a.1M.rseep a* or befora the Hth day of Joly.MM Anewrr nr other defeniw a* ,lie eon, TKMTlRe.Onlereil Klorlila.On ., .. PlurMa. I will offer lur acme '.
    r do.. VAnoi WITNRHS a>y hand and. the Urmt *e seen **>** ta red Closer Herein' fall not or a Deere Coajnafnt'. : on Plaintiff Aliora' .** and I I. 7llainBmaM t* tk* hlgheat bidder.. for ....
    t thing. FHAlow aaXI Cje: at Tlluavlllr. Flew...., JlMn wttk CkaaMir Pro Confeaao will be entered ...li... WILLIAM. IN CtXOrTtT JR. 1F1. Oeienlr,, rliirlil" tlih. im. bond, the shove deacrlnetl. Business Sixes -,
    down Immediate ocnipaflef. this. Seth day of June, >|M4. OI-1M, t.-.r-: *, In* IMI. rote for the relief requealed and Ik* l re>.r COLONIAL HEIGHTS: CURTLY R. VARNBH Tale *k tie, *f JSow. me cavae will proceed ax parlo.CLRTIU and' (II* She .tr your A newer ol Cnwilt* 556,05. Clerk" ealbirv coLt rncutlon. Halil I ld. : Kraft Envelope with flu
    CROWN' BUIUttHS: Clerk N Hi* ClmH Court Ckrle. L. iMvMmraAiKlHary R. IURNKUlerk : Or olher dtMlore tleV O/fle. of b Y. S Court ..., will be anlil .uhject to all (P.:
    B* T. H. Hpanrterrrac AitwIMnrratn *f theteteb ('I of I the Circuit Court, the (lerk of the Circuit Cnurl Ml j Riianaler clerk I iwa.ded liana
    _.11I21._ Covet Clef: of A. ELIZARCTH: By V. I. Hpaniler or IW14 before the. mih day of July (Cmiri .Hani Drpmy tSr) ...H If. WILSON, mailing. Full lock at I Ut>
    t'rr HKAii ARNOLD MILIEU: dmvaMd. Deputy Clerk : otbenrhe the Complaint will huh
    JUM n : S, M Brevant County, rinrlda
    $BEAUTIFUL REV,, trl-asvel WWi JuMl% M" July a, u (Mon) 1M4IM lam* 1ft O. IS Jnrt tMo.s IBM OOftTiOW' V. r'KKOKHICK be Inhea .* Mnfeaard N paw ft. imn*.) 1011Rememoer llKllaah...li M. 4onmrUrpilly
    basement. .4 bedroom 1 Silos Plaintiff PATWB M ""_vl..., rhwid. .Shunt f !. .
    large J. 1CC e5Sfler CSTNT 1tJ' TCCmlu for: Ohm. III It A*> of deco, MW*. pay your Taper Boy.
    f 0.Mat
    b.tht paneled Florida..,hardwood THC rmrtiT COURT: or TUB: ". 4505541551 f'1..II.. ew .ewlinrlda (UtTJa R :HAHNCaX Oerk JIM Ik IH July ft IS iMm.) ,

    floors, 1 ear garage, ttenand KI"TH JUDICIAL. CIHIIIT OFTlllt '" 5,55 FCC 101 CRCie .J' ear.etas '- a. 211. July I, IS (Mon) 1M4. .r the Circuit Court
    STATE Of
    air condttioted. *2 ooe. FIIIKIIM. IS ILaa1Cetenure. Hyi V. .\ gpaailerr "

    Carpenter Roott W mile moth el AND IN rlANCKIIV.FOR ItRtfAKU 1OIINTV, .ILL' RAY., !01111:111'I". Mae: IT *..el mrriT COURT n* THC' Cnurl ....4 n 'Se. Club I

    Garden St. Phone 2C7-M27' evenings. n.. nutMIllRTATH PNlntlff. RIOTS JlllKltl. ('IHtllT.: ItA0C w ii.i.IAM K rrtunvn! m. & Lodge Notices;
    HOMES, INC. rH IIRItAKU ('VMlf, !14 Ilrevarif. Street
    FhwM corporation, NORMA! JEAN: a11EEN' WLft..... Tllunvllle, rtoeMa .
    Plaintiff """' ..taat I.>. rnN LOTS FOR SAL HORNBR TOt NOpiA' 18A" OflJla: : w__ WRIHPPRINO HEIGHTS MOaT. June n, at, tl, July S (Mon) 1SA4. _.
    BARRY B. .-.._ le :no Dover 1ItNet" OAOK INVESTMENT, INC.<< TITVVILLI "lIg.Nr..u..
    BUILDING LOT $1500 cash Phone Defandant nuthp. Nork CeMRM. tialtlff! ROTARY CLUB YORK-RITE BODIESOf
    KOTir OF KUT
    nltea 2674623 aftet 1 TRfB' WTATSI You ere heehv ...._ tad a MALDENCORPORATIO11 IN THK : Omwral ettlnir an circle. end North Broverd
    267-0831 or FLORIDA Complaint for Dtveere .. born TH* : ('I1r"I".t at rite MEETS County
    p.m. __ Tot H...* K. Horn. who. reatniw I filed aiainet ,... ..d '55l5 am ... SA THE HANOVER: CAPITALCURPOIIATiON IMH J 41 I>M Mf. tletti IT. l" THURSDAY ''MinMof; ; of Oct.* ,1:10 ., March
    ""* la Norfolk Vlrilnla] .ulred 10 ....". ropy. of yane A.. 515 H>K HNr. AHII ("tINY', U:U P. M.WhI..rlnl Mry. 'tirow set b* announaenV ; :
    LOTS AVAILABLE in Faust aTUIa and Choe..eumr. .ildrM I. rower o. d_... I. I.... Cpl.lnl M..daeW ",.""," | Kmutlvo: Hoard Ian Tlleid.y, Indian River Chapter No.- 27
    r. a. Box Mol KorMk Tire OF irr 1f'a.I Vt). eatk.>
    on the pl..Iff' .._...,. lolly NOTICE ChA nvinth, Ovtalwr thru May
    additton, Tsrmaavailable. Hills "
    Estates lit Country
    ": Warren 482 Norbop City SoImcord. TO TRIO HANOVER CAPITAL 1 TM R JF Hurt ROYAL ARCH MASONS
    Call 267.2902.Warehouse Tot, ARE HEREBY RFQt'IRED Eau 0.11I.. 1555.006' and ,,'. Ih.orl.ln.1 CORPORATION AHIRLBY LARSON' Dick Slmonet, Pret.H. ..... I. A. nicell, PraaldenlSORORITY Clifford Voder, High Priest
    r l*> tH* your aver w mitten defa .. PHIatlff, '
    Anne. elh.r tcfoee.eto New York Corporation3D -
    **. If any, ID the sane proceedt T. Walker Sec'j Gill Williams, Secretory
    the Complatol' M tIe nfnn Nlha Eaat 4.1ml Hire*!
    For Sale with the Clark: ot thla Court, Clerk or CI..II Canft .. tIP WILI.IAM F. LARSON, i Moots 3rd Wednesday 7iJO P. M
    New York IT, New York
    eel (o serve a copy thereupon the n ITA SIGMA PHIM.otlno
    brfon the 22n" 4..
    N Juy 1904.If
    Sf"'l"lUHit at Masenle Tlruivltlp.
    2 BAYS 45 x SO ft., with separate .Fhtlniirt*
    office and rest rooms. Each side "before th* Ulh. **T of July: 1M4To for lb. relief d.mnd.d I. Site CNMpleld morKaa-a: .p:met: the followlnideairiiwil Amarillo, Tense .730| P.M. HIRAM COUNCIL No. 1%
    rented at $150 month. Total nailir of thla proceedlni: be. property M llrevard YOU A SIC: HKIIKRY NOTIFIED o. E. SO IS "r.l. .r* MU
    per Mi( a cult far forecioaura on an County, FlnrMav la wHi thai .pull for dlvoro. has been. Ul 1...t price, $15,900. Cash need $2000 DONE and ORDERED!: .t "If".- All of She 0nethesal Quarter I I .....hl.. flea S.M.
    Air eme4 for D***) *n the __ llle.. Bravard Coonlr Florid thlaIftlh filed ..10.1 you In the riraHll DEMOND '
    down Fantastic tacom* percent. tar dearhe4) Peel amiHirty rylnff day of Juno, IM4 laeto of aMeHra a Townehip: 24imtk Court of the Ninth Judicial Ctrewt, Mt etat.0R1A R. V. Bakes
    age, better hurry Chas. M. Mas- eel. belnti k> (renre! CavMy: Florida I CURTIS H BARNPg ( Roan rierhta.a* Host, llrevard'iKIti In anil for I 'i'ir ltvunt'i.k"i Worthy Matron : Jan II'RO" Thrice Illustrious Master
    nllllel llemnl
    well Realtor 345 S. Washington U-wll: Clerk Circuit Court an4Bx'e FT Ik* follow. Mri Mary Allen Kltllea _I'. rv..,;llr.
    Lo N.. T leak No 4, Plat of Bravard County rlortaU. Plaintiff Va WILLIAM F 1.AK- lAN Oil) Williams, Recorder
    Ave, Phone 2677840. Droll' MlvlMon ai nrorded V. /. inf threoffemt: MON Defendant, Chan$07 N*. Meet. >M an,l led Tueada") F.*. 1.4101.
    by Meets 2nd 7130 P.M.
    ,In Phil Bonk" NO Xt, Pan No. M C'Nne1M 1. lade dMu4. I* pet City of 2H674: You ara hereby lee afred t* 514 TOanll Wednesday et )
    11. of the Pbllo Heeord of RALLY '" AHKICN Tlluivlll deacrlkr4. I.I Dedl. r.. nerve > copy of your Aniiwer *r l>... a rr... Masonle' Temple, Cecoe
    ServicesREMODELING BreaeI Cody, Florida. Attorne .t Law4X3 eonled In Deed HIM* M, aace 121 other\ written riefenaaa lo Ik* Complaint AM t-is
    DONE and ORDERED at TlluiVIH Harknr City rVnifmrilEau of tie public record of Ce.vaedCounty I filed herein: upon JVITTICH. Indian River BREVARD COMMANDERYNo.
    *, __.. : Fl....... a M.-TAKKT, for rut lilT" MRnek
    Cauirly Florida Ptahv-
    OF ALL kinds. Immediately Ihlallth I 0.1.., FhirMaJUM Atlnrneya
    day of Juice. IM4Ct'RTW M, :lit, July 6, 19 (Mon 1 W84.\ 1. The. Bt: mi fart of the. (RU.Illtin : riff H O. llox M Cocoa 5eseh, Lodge No. WP. ) Heiiera. a FrealdenltorToil 24 K. T.
    done. Days 2670880 IL the Nib.l of the ,
    a BARNES on Florlili, and Me the ortflnar Lacy Ramer, Imlnent Commend'l
    nights 267.06110.fURNITURE CIRCUIT COURT ..hi HK) H at point /0 FH W of thereof I In h.lo offliof the ClerH: a A. M. i
    SLEBK 0. rp.etkrDeputy tha NM' ,,_r *f said >* aeatkin. of Ih* Circuit ('DurIo' HrmardCounty Gill Williams, Recorder .
    TOUCH-UP and refinishing Clerk NoticeI Thence rue W, M the N MM of Tlluavllle, Florida, on nr Meets 2nd A 4th Thursdays, 7i30 Meets 4th Wednesdey 7iM '..M.Muon' .
    Court Bal. aaU H aaaUm MO feet I the. ...w befora the JJnd day of July, A.D. at Maaonle Temple District No. J'Plorlda ', Temple. Cora
    also antique work Barry M. H.hb.AN.reey rim parallel with tha K On* ataant EMI Mnonlc TamploJame I
    guaranteed service. 2675733. hereby give notice that I wiH / "4 aectlon. 673 feel ..
    lee Plaintiff run Hi parallel with the N Ma. .- HEREIN: FAt IffrT *r a Derre H. Blawarl. Mailer i Nurses Assn.I PILOT CLUB
    606 Madhmn ateeet' for debta
    not be responsible
    any acid '4 aectlon" DM feet: tkema Pro ("onfeiaM WIN n* MferMI aaaln- W, Frank Dardan.
    T ma rlor" Mrs. Jones ,,...
    than run I* parallel with tha W MM I .. for ih. Meets First Tues.ol .
    FREE Incurred by persons other you relief prayed for In I W J
    Juna I422, 2*. July e (Mon) 1W14. of MM V. aectlok *73 feet aMir elew. auld' ComiilarnlDONIC Mletlnr Jilt and 3rd Wednesday
    L.P. BOTTLED GAS myself from this date, June :29, to the **tat 1I0ln''beahiatof Sill WDnJlD: .. 'PIt".. each month I p.m. 12;:00 Rlvervtew ftenlaursnt .
    *( feel W of tha af aaK* tulle Klorlda the. lath. *.r of June, Junior ChamberOf At '
    INSTALLATIONI 1 If you have rental 1964. H aeetton.f A.D. 1W4. Fleet Federal. llnvlna" and LoanPrenlilMil Executive Board Monday
    George Webster, Brim, at (ha IIW ee.aor of UJRTIfl R. RJINNB .. ttarnthy. Foster" R,N, Before lit Wednesday
    Suburban Propane the MK II f Haofmnmro 9 ?ewabtp rink. of lha (..-.ult r..wr.1 for Commerce ......,.,1' e I>,rla Mlllner, n.N.rhon .
    housing list it in 231 Golf View Drive 11 III PaM; Ikea.. HravM County, Flnrhln AM f-MiTl *"
    2019 U. S. 1 N. 261t411fAINTING' Titusvillc Fla punNU'7'Jr'E.a.o Ik* WK ", Paul Sillibury, 'r... TITUSVILLI
    in. .1 106 H of eM n.Ihm Y4PCn&o Stanley' Swing, Sec'y. PUBLIC LIBRARY'
    The Star-Advocate! June 29, July', 13, 20 (Mon) 5, MISER feet to .t 4o0 r:,: := f"OIIRT I\IIAI.: Lewis Rogart, Stc'y CZECHOSLOVAK'AMEIIIICAN
    reliable the NW corner of June 21. 211. July f, 1r (iMs.t 1004.
    expert and 1964 'Mil Dr.. Read
    said Section li lkM. awn N M Clllrens Bank BlllldlltCMet'l. CLUBOf
    satisfying work. Estimates gla*. HOURS:
    Every Thursday 7:30 P. M
    I ly. AM 7-0778. Titusville Men thru frt. 8 'm. 8:09 per.

    I TITUSVILLE POST NO tAMERICAN 111 Srannls Ave. Saturday 0 a.m.. .1:30: p..>.
    1 Used Cars & Trucks n..ular kmtlnvi Jncl Wdnmday ofMb --------r
    Tltusvllla Lodge No. ( ..,
    laentlN. Hall open tarh Tuotday, Ai
    The Florida Loyal Order
    e Thr.d., and 1.I"rd. .nln. ala ,
    I960 4 DOOR Ch vrM Brook ,' LEGION p.m. I MOOSEMoots

    wood station wagon power I mavka' Ilehm Tuesday I ,."'".
    steering power brakes, $975 I If airy Teelrlik. Comic, --
    Seeper Corporation tsa be seen! !y .4, tFictitious Paul Hyara, Adjutant VITIRANS OP. WORLD WAR I I Mile North ol Mima on U. S.,1'
    hl Mete lit and >rd Tu..d., I Jim MaltMe. Govenor
    at Indian River Pure Service
    I Name Law. lotion Hall S pm. I Ralph Brokow,
    Station --_- Meets first Wednesday 1'2---f.

    1900 CORVAIR, standard radio Woman's ofTitusville I (j Legion each month'Hall' ,with American Cover roeMeets 3rd Wednesday. ;

    recently overhauled. Equity 50 I Inc. ed limb Luncheon, 1 pm of each month"
    52 old car assume payments ,
    L E. Comdr.
    I I P. M.
    -4030.-267--6880-- III' 287 9862. If your business is not operated under your own name, it It probable Meets 1st Monday of Each Month I Tom Watson, Qtn. 1 t Oct. througf May ,'

    1956 DODGE 4 door, sedan. standard October thru May ----- -- --.- .--- -.- f. LaVorno HardlrtPr. '

    transmission, extellent con. TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUB

    dillon' :._ $295' 2C7-0673. that you should advertise its name and ownership under the "Florida Fictitious --Mrs.-J. J. Condos, Free. I .Jt ...-'It. AM 7-J5I4
    ---- -- ---- -- attor f p.m.
    T 00 Thursdays
    Ill FORD COUPE. KM paint, nf> PYTHIAN p.m. -
    holstery and engine Radio heat. flotilla! Restaurant NortkB ; lrr8.h.bUII.tloD
    ier.| Upholstered trunk. 277893 Name Law" This is what the Florida law says: SISTERS H. 0 South Benzenhafer Lake Center

    1903 FORD F-359, stake body 1m Tlluivllla Temple II President No. Wllg.mAve.. .
    Meet Inil, .* 41 h Tuea. Arthur Dunn Airport
    mileage, new condition, $1799. /. W. Scruggs/ Jr Sec'yNorth
    Terms. 267-0659. of each month .) Ip.mMr. 'e Moots 2nd Thura.every month

    Vnualaa Pinch M R:,t, PUBLIC 'INVITID'
    Mr I. S. '
    Hiewarl. t nty.
    1957 FORD station wagon body; It ahall be unlawful for any person ot persons, aa defined heroin to ongago In business Mrs. Evelyn Freemen. FlanlKt: Steward ,,...1 W. Leo Pertain
    good condition, 2000 miles or leas -------. -- "" lef'y.t Mrs Mermo PaulkPhono

    on motor. 267-2579. it herein defined without and unless said fictitious name ahall bo registered with KIWANIS CLUB Horseman's Club AM 7M41TITUSVILLI
    Meets Second Monday lech Month" -
    LET. ME sell your Sale.car 267.1520.or boat. the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County where the principal place of bualnoao) la. M.... Tuesdays 7iOO p. M.
    Browning Auto ,
    : p.m.WHISPiRING Lawrence Parker" Pros. :
    63 PONTIAC Catalina factory which roglaJrallon ahall conalat of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affldarlt Ilg-aedby ill HILLS Q Phone AM 7-41 TLT

    standard shift .4 door 11795. COUNTRY CLUB

    Phone 267-0180() after 1 p.m. Interested person, stating under oath the names of all those Intorostod In the) buslaess Oiiyl rrleha I i "' !t,, er .f',' '" r / LItfl

    a i're.I ll.ntTom '( !' ,

    1961 RAMBLER CLASSIC custom, enterprise, the extent of the interest of each and the Fictitious Name under which laid __ Oru_ ,_rNwratarp: __ North Brorard Shrine Club I'rj THIATHi, 'INC.

    .4 door heater very clean, price 1.1 Twos of Me. 1.00 p. m.
    $1000. Call owner, 2675177 bustrMss U carried on. Said registration may not bo mad until the person or' persons B. P. 0. E. ELKS LODGE Jrd Thursday 7ilO ".m. I.Nil. Theatre ""'.. eff paws Are.

    No. 2111 Meet At
    '58 VOLKSWAGEN $475 excellent desiring to engage In business under fictitious name shall hare advertised hit or their 1- TITU.TIL/S'

    transportation. 26761 Moots Monday Nights" ILKS CLUB: Scottish Rite

    intention to register said fictitious Bam at least one a week for four ((4)) coasocutir 123* $. Washington AVI V Chis. Holler Pros.
    I o'clock I' I I Club p. O. Sox Ml

    Wanted To BuyGORL'S weeks In, som swwspapor as defined by law in the county where said roglsiratloa la to Waltor' J. Macho I. R, Prank Oardon, S..', John Floyd W.C. F Brown rotor Secy.Meala ,,....

    b mad. and said shall of the Rwsiell _Bstcheldor_ I... I Ph. AM 7.0363_ toll 1''.... lie 0...
    registration not b* accepted by the Clerk ) Circuit Court 'f" rt/R aj.OT.teTHvsvllle tempt.
    28 Inch call
    USED Bicycle, TltusTille Toasimasters VITIRANS OP

    267.2874. except upon receiving proof of such publication." PORII6N' WARS I II'

    Meet WedrWMlaye '' ".... fed C1k Chapter i

    USED AUTOMOBILES, City Auto 4:41: P.M.Chonlldoor. I It aSola n.lsfi. C PM. Mel tj THI NATIONAL .

    Parts. AM: 73688. I I Ck0*.ft I P.M. Dally I SICRITARIIS

    'Inn 715 M.....'. Ave.Rilph AsS'NInt'IJ(

    Work Wanted If wish to have business properly registered we that Bob Your*, 'r... AM 7.J7M ', Milt/Mortonsen Schelbol,Ousrtormaitor Commander rout Mooduy d Herb Mare
    you your suggest Frlede Can,,. I'Po& AMOies 7tW -_

    L RN DESIRES work preferably in Riverview P. T. A. TITUSVILLE I iA AUXILIARY

    office. Call 2676881 or 2674187. you drop in for details ond/or see your attorney for advice as to how to of tkoVOLUNTICR

    LABORER WANTS work What do Moefs at Ryr| "lw ninE tc PISTOL CLUB

    have to doT 267.3963. proceed. School' lit Men lachMonth Moots FIRS DIPT.IKC .
    t C
    !) 7lN 01.ett .t fir. .oasis.1
    \ p.m. 1st and 3rd Wodneodeys. /. ........ ...,, M.alk li_ 9 ,.,

    If you have real estateto 'lJ1 Earl PreeldontMonday Snyder 7130 ,.m. ....ot..... Mr. re*.> Uteff

    -L I, CfcamWr ef Commerce Treee.ree :W... MfMM '!**-
    !f ...
    --c.ViTAN -- -- ----- -- -
    sell, or If you are .." CLUB

    looking for choice real Titusville Star-Advocate I'r' C-krle. ....Real_:15Rlvrrvlew .M For Listing In'Tins Directory

    i CreelileXmti II

    estate use our classified arimana
    e Published Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays I I V. r-re*.

    columns. I a._. .Me.Jam. Marlkewa.Tretfw. . Call Star-Adv catc] 267-0331

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    VA PAYMENT n.1 t $15,000 TO $19,000

    V.Jeattl/" Several Large LOTS TOR SALC: t ra FAIR CLEl

    A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville t4'750loflj&5O omeuellt&ttedto..Wrn.oI j

    FH A LOW PAYMENT DOWN Only 2 Miles West of Use 1 On Gudeu St. COWART & CARTER l

    3200 Garden St, Titusville



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    I'' Home Nursing Advisory Council Hears Program On Rehabilitation has Brevard Issued' County a resolution Commission calling Faulk laughingly doesn't said feel the It commission can. I MONEY !

    for the Air Force to rescind Col.
    Drevard County Health Department arms and legs." dent at the May meeting of the ling, M..... Max Fundom, Russell Hale't transfer and ask. "break in" I whole new chain of For Extra FISt BORRow 'AYMINT
    nurses Mrs. Mary E. These two nurses returned Council, are: ed that he be command at PAFB He also ,
    Mrs. Jack Sawyer, Mrs. Max considered for spot said ,
    Douglas, Melbourne area, and from this itate-tlnanced: education Nominating Committee, Mrs.Robert of Commander of Patrick Air that Brevard'i unique problems SERVICE. ::::
    Mrs. Jessie W. Hubbard, Rock Brantley; Publicity and Public .. mnl.t"
    course to teach the other Galbraith; Bylaws and Force Base.Commissioner. would be unfamiliar to a new Phone 267-43311
    kdRi> area, gave a program onRehabddation" Relations, Mrs. C. E. Yount Mrs.Bruce .
    county nurses newest tech. .
    Gus commander.It
    Charter, Mrs. Ethel Scarborozl' Faulk said Leant Up T, WOO. I
    at the regular piques in, rehabilitation which Sr., Judge Harvey Poe, Richard Wilson, Mrs. Glenn Chap. the transfer of all three of the was pointed out to the commissioners PAY BILLS. TAXES. REPAIRS. ETC. .
    of the
    monthly meeting man; Finance Committee,
    aie now being used throughoutthe ,
    top men at Patrick was "some-
    Chapman Medical
    County Home Nursing Advisory ; Advisory lip G. Pinder, Mrs. Thomas that Cong. Ed Gurney -
    county. Committee' Dr. Dale S. Ryon, what of a catastrophe" Indicatingthe Southern Loan (
    Council In Rockledge, Thursday, Cockran, Father Sumner Ferguson civilian.military had said Col. Hale would be Company
    June 25th. Committee members appointed Dr. Melvin Brown, DDS Supply ; Program Committee, retained log S. WASHINGTON AVI. LLI
    would be temporarily,
    sorely affected by the but the
    by Mi's. Harold Davis, presi and Volunteer, Mrs. Virgil Conk. Mrs. Irene Law.
    A report by Dr. T. Paul Haney transfer. .commissioners........ .. said that was not II. _. ... _
    and Treasurer Virgil Schenck "Duulln. I ;)rarAdYOCUe1.1SS tleds Get Quick Rtsulrt!
    indicated: that United Appeal .
    Fund has allocated and given
    money to the Council which is 1
    already providing: salaries for
    two nurses for the Home NursIng down produce .lane

    This Service service Is now in operation ;p w. +.; FLAVORFUL ,, Sweet Thompson SeedlessGRAPES,

    under the direction of the : CLUB .5 ,
    county physkiuns and the 81lEAKfAST ,
    Hrpllh: Department, and is avail '
    able to liievard Countians for a ) N tortt
    mall fee Eventually a loan, 01.10
    closet will be available. ll,1'(

    For :tha program, the two nuij .- ,
    lb. 29cCta
    repelled! on their attendance 1.1 10c ,
    at a II'ice.week seminar on phy- .
    deal medicine and rehabilitation WITH rUM11 +
    at the Rusk Institute, a part of 1 'IR $1.00 0& wWtCHASBS
    New Yoi k University. This I Ittitutc In' :\ O' n
    founded by Dr Howard 0 MOa' '' Mort's AM. or P.M.', Delicious
    Rusk during the war, is the! r
    argent learning center for phy-; Fruit Drink"': '
    siclans and rehabilitation worl
    era in tIC!' United Slates :

    Through Dr Rusk's rchabi: 9N p li, 3 32 oz; 'I ; !

    latlon picgram and new types of comHunt'i .
    special equipment, recovery .
    Tangy '
    limit> was greatly shortened and ;
    formerly useless men were returned '
    Tomato Juice
    'supporting to Independent hvts and self- 1 ,

    / a .. '
    While at the Institute, the s 31oz'19c
    purses visited an electronics I '

    :equipment contracting company; .... t z tASttLLM NN' Sunihine Whole! .
    the Albcrtson Abilities, Inc, "'ND
    which employs only these handl- AI/ SMO 1/f White Potatoes
    tapped l people. This company
    started with five mm with aeOlblncd IIQe Mj '
    ) total of one leg and ,..., tan 1Oe .
    Jive arms among tbem'and now' ,
    :ample'ys over BOO people. They; ;' I t:; a ftc Beechnut Strained" '
    'do precision work, some of It top; .

    secret Kennedy., and some la used at Cup n, L/Mgy Baby Foods,,' .' ,

    pUgCNASg.CU1ipMFl,0pg '
    J'It wonderful," Mr.
    was 'NIt"
    Douglas said, "to see these bandi- pB: o. 6 small 65 C
    tapped people doing this prude: dairy special' oBreokstono jar
    Vm work using back and chest .
    muscles to operate artificial! Salted or malted

    Whipped Butter, .
    Senate Nominee ,
    ; Swift' Premium
    Tasty .
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    To Speak Wed. ox'D. LOW. T

    Pillsbury, Frozen

    To Toasfmasters Snowflake Rolls Swift's Premium Chunk ALL

    "How was my speech}" This < 0 Bologna 3 Ibs. 99
    might well be the question State 2 8 ox. 45 : C
    Sin a t o Candidates Virgil ten. 49
    Schrnck and Jim Dressier will Swift's Premium Sliced CanaJJan ,ti.

    ;! night ask at themselves the Chanticleer Wednesday Inn. Tile; frozen foods 0 D Bacon .iff 59 TN00.CHASES
    ; two candidates will speak to the ,I Or SLOO OR
    Titmvlllfl Toastmasters Club Tip Top Assorted
    that evening, and the Toastmaatus !- Moat
    will give each candidate a Drinks
    written evaluation of bis spea ;
    Ing techniques, (Toastmasters I. 9601199 r t 4' .: ,
    an educational club dedicated '
    % M M MM see ale alt M .s sal sal Bas M M M r N d
    to Improving members speaking PRICES ..r gal ru ar rw we Rt tan ww

    ability of through speech; training a planned,) Program Birds lye Froi.n t PllIX[ EFFECTIVE :': i .' !
    Schenck and Dressier are the Peas : MoN, TUES.; WID., : 'TENDERIFFIC'
    first of 14 political candidates "' JULY 6, 7, 8, 1954TXEXTRAVX + M Pain' r
    that have been invited to speak 5 10 os. $1 EpkBe'
    to the Titusville Toastmaster I
    The club is offering the t'Blldl.Gates : Swifts Premium
    en evaluation of their!

    same speaking time ability the club while members at the IOO 00 FREE 00J7 IOO 50mltw leAm50 :

    and guests will learn more about lro1en* BEE F
    the candidates / Oroen:! f Groon < '
    .Jr1 i w11 a,4 l (Ml**.*d/,.d_ ARMSTRONGS CARl (for IM4)f) TENDERLEAf INSTANT TEA ...: :;./
    22 os. else 2 bonus > THE BEEF THAT NEEDS LESS COOKING TIME 1E
    os. jar 89c -
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    JM unity nay traditional esNStarAdvocate.iMtalUtffc Or J" Groon...,./wr e4 Stamps....rh/M. .. ; I J"( Green.........---.4 stamps-_... ; STEAK-

    lorge site I 39cm.ltM lorg. sine 39c plus '
    ..... 267.0762 8 ( W<4 July i 1I41 S r-, ,( /wei.N I MM. M, t, IN/I ton r=t ..w, WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE. :!:;
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    If' 24 os. pkg. 41. SO i (large else 60c 1 TITUSVILLE '.
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