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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 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
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Sheriff On WorkBrevard <'. .' '}'' pl.ni fur school integration, plus a multimillion dollar I

k ..> a ,1, 1 wM, budget, are the top items on the agenda for tomorrow's
.." ,t'. ;'<'', ,'t ...f meeting of the Uirvaid School Hoard. "u

This will be the second meeting of the month for the
Sheriff Leigh S. Wil- "As I met lust week with Sec r board and was necessitated by the fact that neither were

inn received a letter of commendation f< i retary Hodges and those assist ready for board consideration at the first session last week
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from Gov Farris ing him, I voiced my convictionthat The board must come up with an integration plan toinoirow -

Bryant last week, praising him r ;, we in Florida would have since the Federal Court Judge George Young ha*
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t'ut.cthat! \ a plan must be submitted !to him by Thursday.]
for the efficient manner in little need for the I elaborate con- .' '.,

which !ic( had hundled racial unrest dilution service being/ established S yirr I School Supt. Woodrow Dirden
In Mima. on the trdl'rallevel. and adinlnistrativ staff mem-

The i later said: "The problems which arise o'I I Oh Where ben have been working on ,Iii

"I want to extend to you my from the passage of this law can integration plan sine the boerd

personal appreciation and official best, sod indeed must, be faced was ordered by Judge Young .to
Hv Has This
commendation for the man- by the local leaders who serve mine up with a plan. Ill* order

ncr In which you have moved to, I today on the front line of democracy followed a pieliminary hearingin ..
avert untold difficulties In your' ," DogGone? Oilandu last mouth.

county in the past few day: '. "I am proud that In Florida, Under study art the plan of

"In this period, when citizens lenders like you are provingthat Orange and Volusia Counties,
are seeking to adjust to the Implications my statement was correct. r Tim "assistant clietaktr" at t pievluUhly approved by the. Fed-
.. Fox Lake Park has dl'lI pear' eial Court.
of the provisions of the FUrther In the later, Gov. Bryant ---- ----
TITAN III An AF standard ion where the Titan 1II-A is built eel, 8 r FIRST
civil lights act, the preservation calls on Wilson and "every THE Engineers While living no Indicationto /**
at the local level of that climate citizen; to meet challenge of space launch vehicle arrived at Cape Ken- and technicians will begin Immedi- Yen Bishop the plan to be followed or any

in which men of good will can seaSheriff the new law with the undeistand nedy where it will be launched on its maiden ately to ready the 107-foot-tall Titan III for Sandy, Biihop'i filemlly little change that might be mad,

seek solutions to their problems ing and action in keeping with orbital flight later this year, Two the first 17 development flights, to fully dOll, Is considered the assistant Supt. Darden said this morning
Is vital not only to our state, .-' ---r- the tolt of Floiida as a leader giant AF cargo planes were required to demonstrate the Titan HI varied space caretaker because of hli aetivl- that a plan was ready for submission

but (10 our nation." Wilson among states." ferry the three liquid propelled stages mission capabilities lies of keeping the park clear of to the board tomorrow

from the Martin Company Denver Divis- pests. According/ to Dialing and lie admitted that board members
--- 're t ,, ,',..f, Star-Advm'ste flailing/ columnist! have been given preliminary
f Runaway Boy Clmrlle Alton, Sandy spends draft of suggested plan tor

., Industrial liouri per day and night chawingrmmlllloi / their study.,
"t which are the ..llI. During the preliminary hear.
Located Here ent" of all Florida animals Sandy ing list t month, the boar) md
I + Workshop Set either runs them off or kills a strong appeal for more time to
,
i IMel ea .e them, work out luch a plan, since betwtrn

Returned HomeA 7,000 and 8,000 new students
f. In Melbourne Ills other chore, and possibly are anticipated in Septem
the went Important!, is Ills snak
12-year-old boy, Carl Wayne ber a 18 to :20 per cent Increase
Woodcock of Orlando, was found 1'he second In a series. of hunting. Accoidlnu to Alton, over the 40,000 enrolled

here Sunday' night: after he ran Operation "Cat Do" Workshops, Sandy despise inikvi, espec-. la May.
away from his home last. Wednesday. srionitured by the Industrial iNv tally the dangerous Florid\ dlarromdbiie A* far at the budget U con.ierni4 .
>rr lM' ,..Il. delights in ,
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!! n will bt-of't' normal
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l hi i(>n of 1n*,JlortdV; ( Development:' hunl n4'duwn these" reptiles and
I that ; pattern for
Brevardi
It was reported h* had r cordbitking -
Commission i.1 scheduled to beheld killing them along with other
left home and on*. ,
wi* going somewhere -
In Melbourne tomorrow, snake.. he find on the premises, The
in South Carolina. He was .,.. proposed operation and
Now the problem at hand Is
dressed in only light clothing ;el a h According to the Melbourne mainlainenc budget, which Includes -
and when found he was barefooted i Chamber of Commerce, which Is tint Sandy ha* disappeared. Alton Mm capital outlay items,
In charge of declares. that Urn "little fellow such as equipment for .
He also had fever blisters meeting arrangements n w
around hi* mouth and was the workshops are designed is so friendly he'll just bop schools, totals $17,838,000 ',*
suffering/ from sunbuin. .t to assist metropolitan In time car: with amoxt anybody, compared with the past year's
tamn..x. and he looks us If he could be astray
Joining \In the three hour communities to develop Industry" budget of $18,062,000.
search Sunday night was the Tltusvllla and business/ to boost growth and dig, 10 maybe someone's This does not Include 'th* ms-
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,aj taken him home hi his
thinking
Auxiliary Police, Titus economy by means of Implu- Jot construction budget, which
VIRGINIAN HERE Several thousand people were at ville Police Department, Bre h minting the best programs that no home/ hoe ben authorized under capital \-

Florida Wonderland this past weekend to see James vard County Sheriffs Department t will work toward improving eitalillnhpil "Out we need tint little mull outlay and survey approved

Drury, better known as "The Virginian" of television and several volunteers In __ tJ enterprises and In developing lit t fox Lake," Alton said "II projects These Include the Mer-

fame. Shown above are John Locke, left, who also appEared all hers was approximately 100 new ours. provides a valuable service out ritt Island High School, thro*
with Drury; James Drury, "The Virginian"; and people searching the area. BULB SALE Senior Councilor Greg Holley, Titus Among the subjects to be discussed their and we just can't do Without junior high schools and two elemcntaiy .

Karen and Fred Burkhammer, two of the many specta- The youth was found behind ville DeMolay, sells first light bulb to Mrs. Edith Lace will be: him. If anybody kriuws where school, plus several

tors that enjoyed the performance.( -A Photo). Bayview School by two of the meyer, who Is visiting here from West Virginia. The light analysis Tho need, resource for community: materials self, he In, phase send him back." major additions.Sentence.

police auxiliary members and bulbs are being! sold by Greater Titusville Area Chapterof community, promutlun, technique
Clarks Are was taken to Jess Parilsh Memorial Sandy U a brown little dog,
Building New Citrus Hospital where he was DeMolay to raise funds to send members to conclaveat of Industrial development and put/ duchnund, and very friendly. For

(rented and then taken home by Jacksonville August 16-20.-(S-A Photo). economic development plans. He came up mll.lnglut Saturday

Packing Plant At Indian River his father. The discussion series will be and the county, which operates
City guided by Florkli Development the park, Chat lie Alton, Racial TroubleSeven

Local Man Terms It "Mass Medication" Commission Imluiitrlal representatives who fiequents the park, and
A new, modern citrus packinghouse The company Is retaining its
and( attended! by city, Yes Bitliop who take care of youths received fine
is built Indian
being by
present property which Is located
the pink, would like to see thelilllo .
and officials.
county state wellas and
River City Packing (House Inc. jail sentence upon pleading
along the old route of U.S.
"iar laker" buck,
south of Indian River City facingthe 1 In that area. The old packing Chambers of Commerce and, guilty to charge of vagrancy

new portion of U. S. Highway plant measuring 70 by 190 feet, Against FluoridationIn development committee from and unlawful assembly In the
the four counties., pf Rrrvard, Indian Court of Record her Friday Invoicing
1 in that area. will be available for storage
The company's present plant The RIver, Onreol and Pok.! Bussard Out On recent racial Incidents laMinn.
company buys or owns ill
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All people, Interested In the
built in 1941, has been outgrownand the fruit it handles. Nothing is an effort/ to inform Titus have in this chemical. added, to the water to purify tho .

the location of the highway shipped on consignment. The vine residents about the advantages "With this letter, I am also water, where as fluoride woild orderly development, planned uf their, .growth and $$4,000 Bond Judge' Thomas Waddell admonished

I necessitated the new location corporation was formed in 1911 and disadvantages of fluoriddtlon submitting a report (and I trustit be added 1 for the express pureot ,, are welcome to attend.communities the youths for their par cJ.
because the spur track its affecting the human body pa lion In the egg throwing incident
and
volume
has steadily of the city water supply, too will be printed) from Clifton This will be dinner
a meeting,
was lost in the highway relo grown Frank G. Clark Is president the Slar-Advcoate has asked (for N. J., that was printed In Many doctor say that with darting' << *t 8311; p m..In the Trade After Arrest In the Negro section of
cation. Frank W. Clark In vice- statistics and information regarding the New York Sunday New and fluoride added, to the ru"l1watl'r Winds, Cafeteria. Reservations Minis recently,
The new plant, of concrete and there Is not Sentenced to $:00 fine etchand
president and general manager, the subject when you read this report I am supply cannot should I be made the Mel.
steel, is located on acreage on and Mrs Bessie H. Clark Is secretary The following is from J E. sure that you too will feel that he. sufficient c'/ntrol over the individual' bourne Chamber through Form'!r Sheriff Department 10 day In jail on charges of
the west side of the highway, and -treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Collins of Titusville: fluoride tablet, for those who highly Intake of this Comptroller, Max Bussaid of TI. vagrancy and unlawful assembly
will toe 80 x 220 feet in size. A F. G. Clark and Mrs. Bessie want them, i Is the answer poisonous chemical, therefore it tusvillo, has been released on were Roy E. Keller, IT, Ralph C.Domlnqtid .
spur track will lead from the Clark who spend their summersat "I wish first to express my. should be administered under a Board To HearComplaints ".OUO bond after being arrestedby 20, Robert E. Tallo-
Florida East Coast main line. their home near Henderson- gratitude to oar Mayor that he "Here, let me quote from an doctor's or dentist's supervision.And Sheri'! Leigh Wilson on way 21 and James E.: Brandy,

The plant floor will be of con ville, NC, are expected back saw the wisdom> of postponing a open letter from the city manager In talking lu dilferent ones charge of embezzlement of department 18, all of Titusville.
crete and will be of dock height. of Schenectady, N. Y. stating funds.
here late In
September. decision to fluoridate our public In Cocoa, I was told that sine OnAssessments Drawing sentence of five days
New, modern packing machinery that 'corrosion of the fluoride
John V. Ogle, for seven water supply, as was recommended fluoridation was Imposed upon
will be Installed. Orlando BuildIng years end pipes has rendered Busaard who, just returned in jail and $30 fine on chargesof
foreman of the by three zealous mcn In pumps them without a referendum, It
packing house,
from
Marvin D.
Service is the contractingfirm this apparatus unserviceable (. in Arkansas vacation, has vagrancy were
and it Is expected that the died this summer, and it 1 i. expected our community, and asked you replacement of this equipmentwill has raised havoc with their denied the allegations of Sheriff Skiver, 17, and Marlon T. Skcgjs,
that a successor will be to help present facts and inform plumbing."In .
18, of Titusville and
Wilson B.
the Jerry
construction will be completed by cost between $23mX) and saying two
late September announced prior to the openingof anon for the public's bench!. $30,000. .' Would you call this a Uie Congressional Recordof The County Commissioner of rheiki written by himself on de- Cotton, :20, of M im..
the shipping rather than Impose this highly
season. controversial Issue on an unsuspecting : harmless chemical? It I is reported Oct J8, mi, that t I have before Brevard County will sit a* a purl merit! funds, were for bonuses Other youths participating in
Toastmasters Will that fluoride stays in this human Hoard of' Equalization at 10 a m. promised him by Sheriff the racial incidents In the Mimi
It stales 'The Astoc
W. Perhaps ThisIs community system and ran cause fluor' me : August 3, in the Commissioners Wilson area will face similar charges lit.
Hear R. GradyThe
"However, I feel confident that latlnn of American( Phynirlan juvenile court,
l-lc poisiomng, chlorine dare Room at the Courlhoine Wilson' had a warrant issued
speaking ability of R. W, our Mayor and the good men on not and Surgeons: composed, of over in Titusville. for Bustard shortly after Bus- Robert D. Browning, 21, and
Grady. Republican candidate The ReasonNe our City Council would vcr "W* all know that chlorine I li :20xiO( members of the American surd resigned his position with Curtis L. Reid, 2.. both of Tlt,*-
Croup make a decision affecting vt Medical Association, condemned The purpose of this sitting Is vllle, entered plea of not gulltf',
State Representative the
for dipsrtmmt
and after the
many and having such questionable mass medication, including flirr. to hear complaint and testimony to charge of grsvatd assault
2, will be eiitirally evaluated by wonder the banks are results without determining License Tax Stamps Irfalion and the of the two checks cam to light.
first use public a* to the value of any property stemming from an incident when
Toastmaster during short of .
Titu3vile pennies.A
the the wl.hcs of the majority water supply II. vehicle Inc| real or personal, is fixed Buwurd had alleged prior to 'turnyoung Negroes were struck
/ the club dinner at the Chanticleer local) resident. wh lies of those who would be thereby Checking Begins "!ni '. The MeficalDental Committee by the County Tax Assessor for leaving on vacation, and prior to with pellet from a shotgun

Inn at 7 pm. Wednesday several I duplexes and bouse affected George: Marshall of the Titusvllle of Evaluation of Flur Thus is the second of seven toy rent, reported that h* ram "And front the Information. Polk Department IBid today sponsored by over l.tOO All "person having complaints had left a month's pay with Browning's trial was set for.Auj .

planned political program. The Cfllt''ly got a Judgment againsta facts and reports I now have before /tlut beginning Monday July physicians, dentists, and icif-n-' nr testimony with respect to the Sheriff Wilson upon his r* Un- 31 and Reid i for A>if. 30
Toitmaster: will evaluate the former renter totaling $105 fluoridation license and lists, has studied! the allan "Jo cover any beekeeping
me on I am 20 all occupational critically 1W4 I valuations are requested to' The srrsUnmeot of Eugen 5
speaker's ability and offer suggestion and that the man presented convinced that nobody In their tax stamp will be checked in the fluorMatton proposal and his appear<< at thin time or to file error," which he may have Stlggons/ 17, Negro youth
for Improvement.Mr. po/ment In the form of a bg right mind would want it administered shown that It is not safe, that Its written testimony wllli Curtis R. m.ide.BuMard"' charged with aggravated assault

Grady' opponent. Democrat fun ol pennies. to themselves or their city.He further stated' that the license efficiency has not been demon- Barnes, clerk of thi. body. ., prior his been arrested on la I connection with the shooting j,
William Rnundtree, was also Payment was mid teat children In such a haphazard way must be posted! and'" that all striled. The committee has lltofhown to the August 1 hearing date, an- two counts, covering the two of John Drown, Jr. IS, also *' .
Invited 1'0'It, due to a previous night about 10:30 p.m. a* the public water supply ai vending machines must hail a many reasons why proBe nmmred Commission Chairman check and bond set for $2,000 Negro, was postponed" until Fri

engdiL'.r.ei.l. L. i ini.ut attend Th bag weigtad oS pound matter! bow much faith they may. Us temp un 'hem. FlUOXIDATION: On Fag I Joe H. Wlckham. on cacti count. day. ..

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.. t Tlftn rft. ('Iortda) St..AnNa" Monday, July 20,114 New Gavel Used
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shiny new gold-banded

%. / With News And Notes hogany/ gavel was used for

first time at the July J on

o/ North Brevard of lh
Club) when Mrs. Don ",.

president called the meeting

order when that /group /
Duplicate Bridge
ed at Whispering Hills
.t < >t this Wednesday eve
Club.A .
every Wednesday in
gift to the club by / club room, 6j(
Masek-Strom Vows Said Ferne Boyle of Jay Bee .
River Ave. DBC Is
I era, the gold ban was ,
of the American Con1
r with the names of the
/ League and award!
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In Impressive CeremonyMiss first president Mri. Couples or singles are in-)
Draper Kennedy and the .
Wanda Faye Strom, lowing the ceremony tJti ing president, Mrs. attend these fascinating]
: For further in.
daughter of Mr. and Mr. Robert The traditional wedding cake Both women are charter

H. S'rom, 536 Lenore Ave., became spotlighted the table. Refreshments ber of the club. / phone Jean Fey at ]
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the bride of Ronald William consisted of cake, cookies, Mrs. Harry Eads, first _

Masek. son of Mrs. Betty nuts, candy and punch, presided president and program/ -
A 'w11r
visitor in
Masek of Mims, in an Impressive over by Mrs June Roger, Mrs. man, introduced Mrs. Helen ; our area is
e Paul, cousin of Jill and
ceremony at the First Baptist Virginia/ GUM and Mrs Eileen lan, local authority on I
440 Abbott Ave i
Church, Tltusville, June 27. Swenson. Miss Jeanne Larson ..fe ,from Flowers of '
vacationing from
Dr W S. Hardin officiated at kept the Bride's Book who gave a lecture. the

the 3pm. ceremony. The altar lion on flower( arranging.Mrs. Hospital Nursing
Following a wedding trip to in Philadelphia, Pa.
was decorated with baskets of Feagan/ pointed out
Flaming, Fla., the coupleis r she will graduate
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young as an
flowers and don'ts
gladiola chrysanthemums dos and in
at home in Mimi
September.
flanked on each side and treatment of fresh-cut
The bride formerly of Minneapolis
by candleabra. A white stale era. She then demonstrated ]
a Minn., came here in Little Theatre's
rug completed the decorations. latest technique in creating /
in 1997. She graduated from Ti. played to II packed house
The bride was given in marriage rangements of both artificial ( )
tusvlllo High School In June. night for their
/ / closing
by her mother and father, fresh flowers.In .
The bridegroom II employedby Members of
verbally spoken by her father. the absence of the the
RCA at the Cape. (J at
a party the
The bride wore a formal gown Mrs. James H. Toner, : ;

of bridal satin featuring a bell Out-of-lown /guests were Mr. Doug Barnhart gave the Club following the show

.- skirt and a detachable train. She and Mrs. Albert Swenson and tion. Mrs. James Kostakos as their special guest,

wore a fitted chantilly lace over daughters, Vikkl and Lee Ann of Mrs Robert Cato gave the at'L Drury of television "Vir
fame.
blouse with finger length sleeves. Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. Ger t rotary's and treasurer's

Her Illusion veil fell from a aid Strom and son, Robert, Saratoga respectively

luster of pompoms set on a pill Springs, N. Y.f; Mr. and Mrs C. E. Fant serving several of the teen

box, ditcorated with hand-sewn Mrs William Murphy and Mr. hospitality chairman due to adults working!! with

sequins. and Mrs. B. W. Givens of Co. Mr. and MM. Ronald William Masek absence of Mrs. Homer CARLSON on Page 3
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The bridal bouquet was a cascade coa and Mr. and Mrs. M. Pokh- greeted /guests with pretty flower

of white pom pours, with a epoch, Diloxl, Miss. -ahaped name tags and registered /
IRC Woman's Club Plans
touch of lavender pom puma surrounding the following .

the golng-away corsage Theta Omicrons guests: Mrs. Alice Prior, !

of white sweetheart roses t icpiesentatlve of Day
Annual Steak CookOutThe
Mrs. Gerald (SandI)) Strom of Name Committee Beach, Mrs Lola Porter,

Saratoga Springs, New York, Chairmen For YearThe Ann Calvin, Mrs. David

sister-ln-law of the bride, was Official Board of the Indian Thursday evening. win, Mrs. Carol Ryals, sight

Matron of Honor. She wore a Executive Board of Theta River City Woman's Club Eirbara Nunnally, President, Alicia Murphy, Mrs. Marie Chittim

lilac, street t length, an overskirt Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma/ met at the home of Mrs. Larry presided over this meeting. The and Mrs. Jane Mcllar,. in
FUnk, 410 Abbott Avenue last hostess served a delicious choc- Mrs rant, service !:
gathered at the waist held together Phi met recently at the home of

with a bow of self mater. Mrs. Dave Mason, President olste] cheese cake with coffee, chairman, reported on the

ial. She wore a lilac veil caught Greeters Club Has while business was discussed.The vice activity of members participating '
and the following new commit. main of business
topic
was at the Bicvard
,: at the crOWD ,with a lilac\ bow Informal CoffeeAt
tee chairman were appointed: the club's annual Cook-Out for Supervision Center.
a end carried a cascade of lavender
a pom poms, with a lavender Mrs. Grant Calloway, Civil Defense Decker HomeThe husbands and wives. This year it Mrs. John Davis,
will be held at the home of Mrs.
group chairman
: bow ; Mrs Robert Keel, Service ,
Florida Greeters. Newcomers Harold Gray who has graciously .
Chairman; Mrs. Sam Barr, Parliamentarian chairmen who reported on
: Mrs. Edward (Jacqueline) Club held an Informal cof offered her home and new of each Th
i Mrs. William Fea progress group.
Robinson Honor
Matron
was of
/gan and Mrs. William Sleeman, fee at the home of Rose Mary swimming/ pool. The date has included' Mrs. William
: She wore a street length dress been set for July 25th.
with a v.neck and a gathered Social. Decker, 401 Fern Ave.; Thursday bowling; Mrs. Kennedy, millinery
The which will be
menu, pre ; Mrs. Fant, knitting
ovtrikirt. Her veil of lilac net Fall rushing plans were discussed July 16th. pared by the hostesses, will consist sewing for Mrs. William Bell.

a was topped by a lilac bow. She and further arrangementswill Present were Earlcne Doose, of baked potatoes and sour Mrs. Tony Novotny.

S tarried a cascading bouquet of be taken up at a later-meet. Elaine Havrlslk, Eileen Cihak cream; tossed salad, Iced tea, dance chairman, "nnounced
lavender' pom poms, interlaced coffee and shoibert for dessert. |t-Co on
ing.Final Vivian McPhilllps Marilee Cory, this event would be held
with a lavender ribbon. plans were made for a While steaks are cooking/ everyone t ,Petite, Mlurs
Hills J
Helen Whispering Country
Lasegna for all\ Mormanson, Monies For '
mem
p Junior bridesmaids were Miss supper can enjoy ,potato chips, In the
? early fall, date to be
Vikki Swenson and Miss Lee ben which will be held at stcr, Phyllis Martz, Sharon Til- crackers and dJps. The girls will that lasts in

Ann Swenson of Minneapolis, the home of Mrs. Grant Calloway ley, Virginia Keefer, Lucy Tay bring their own dinner service nounced and cost to be almost takes

Minn, nieces of the bride. on July 25th.It lor, Lois Cullen, Dee Kestlcr, and steak. All the girls have dollars The a couple. i ..657* Fortrel
president announced
Claudia Zanetta, Gene Schmidt been called and crowd Is cotton
They wore Identical lilac or- a big Sweep
announced that Installation beach
was Martha D. Rosenberry and Euls a party to which
expected. Besides swimming, with 3*
gandy tops with white organdy/
of officers for the new City Davidson. families would be Invited
skirts and carried of there will be other entertainmentfor lined slim
bouquets ;
Council will be held August/ 29th. take the place of a
cascading pom poms, lavendar To be Installed are; Mrs. Dave Mrs. Dee Kestlcr. program!: those who do not wish to meeting for the month of I 4aleme.1'inIrr,

; ribbons Mason, Treasurer and Mrs. Larry chairman, announced: thht Mr. swim. gust. Mrs. Ralph Watson or maize

George Masek of Chicago/ Ill., Robinson, Corresponding Sec Ed Stevenson will bo the /guest Chairman of the Cook-out, been named transportation : I
Mrs. Harold Gray, and her com
served his brother .. best man. All four chapters will partlcpate speaker at the July luncheon, man and may be contacted
mittee, which includes Mrs. R,
Wednesday, July 22, at Whisper.
Ushers were Edward Robinson in this function. 267-2583. Other
Nunnally, Mrs Larry Flink, area
',. and Benny Brewer. Ing/ Hills Country Club. Mr.
RETURNS FROM ,OHIO Stevenson will speak on "The Mrs. Nick Turpoljae and Mrs. Interested In joining the RN
Mrs Joni Moore, a Mend of Tom Martin, have already had may contact the president
of Art In Our Commun
the family, was soloist accom Miss Marilyn Chauvln of 129 Aspects several planning sessions. This
and entertain with
panied at the organ/ by M..... W. Fern Avenue has returned home his ity""magic chalk talk guests board". affair should be a big success

S. Hardin, wife of the pastor after A weeks stay !In Columbus, and the committee Is looking for.

: For her daughter's/ wedding, Ohio Marilyn had accompaniedMrs. Those interested In attending ward to having all members e

Mrs. Strom chose a lilac dress Gladys Ledkin on a visit and hearing Mr. Stevenson, whois present for a good time.

and matching/ shoes, with white to her mother. Upon the death of well known for his great art

accessories. Mrs. Ladkln's mother, Marilyn ability, are asked to please contact I TUESDAY

The briedgroom's mother worea flew home and was met by her Mrs Lucy Taylor, 267-7936

white hand-embroidered dress parents at Herndon Airport lust or Mrs Dee Kestler, 267-7153. Duplicate Bridge

with pink underskirt and pink night YARD GOODS SPECIAL
All Newcomer members and I ACBL
accessories..
friends in the community are
Card Of ThanksThe
A reception was held at the I
home of the bilde's parents fol. welcome. I MS Indian River Avenue
family of the late Wesncr. CLEAN UP SALE!

B. Jones wish to take this opportunity 'C.1i M'B EItSJ Wednesday 7:30 -

to thank their many
CLOSE OUT
friends fur their Innumerable E.WEt-ERS BEGINNERS WELCOME CLOSE OUT OF SUMMER

acts of loving kindness and con "jewelry. e* !NM toHW UHf
Prices drastically reduced solation. Each will bo treasured I mm ,UZA PHONE FABRICS ALSO YARD

: on Crayslone and Francon- and remembered.Mrs. I ',erk A.... & ....... ....... 267.32"I I a GOODS FROM PREVIOUS

la pottery, Marigold glass, W. B. Jones" I

; Jewelry Brass, and other Carson Y. Jones worried about ? I + SALES AND SHORT PIECES

Hems. Com and see for Mr and Mrs. L. C Taylor and age Y FROM HIGHER PRICED


,r; yourself. Cottage Gift Shop, family Mr and Mrs David II. Jones Acre's truth about hormone S a + FABRICS.

two miles north of Mima on and family for /ace, neck and hand I It

U.S. I Bonnie VanWagoner. Mr and Mrs. Denote Bennett \ CLOSE-OUT
J and family. NEW YORK (SpMliI) 1-1_. to lot lie chronle dryn** and lake .t.s '
.. lave !lees written shoat horn .BM. .n revived, frenhiMM and vitality o .
I will 1 :1 wake woman .( TS look All thet amiaing thing happened
16 .: Abradant not Will DM? en she aids: where. the hen 1
make. women ol 60 ml like they monet were ....... Meanwhile M U :w wt Z
USE YOUR were SO a fainf, comparable change ._..... en +.,
T. know UM truck about hen the other aide. The same withered, t 1
mount you seed le leant Just ewe lifeless complexion. a 23c
simple hcln ((1)) The beauty of awoman' New la ielecl good .*..*.....
:: B. B akin darla breaking down preparation, here I* what 0
N. at iiina el MO .basin, IMC**** lha you.nd to knows the Mrength
femae.rpmfmisu.uppl.ne.hearosenis the .hormone p rrillit appear .
hormone lo feed she on Ik. : : I :recommended
skis-l.u and l lees a* yon scow monthly nUotmenl for the.
CREDIT eider (I) tirenla hormone kin' ia M.IHJtt International Uniu.
CARDNOW can .b* supplied lo ibe akin by robbing The bat should .b* as rich .* A Wonderful Array Of First
.. i pene&raIIDII.'IIIUI. containing p.Mlbl* in Satan Oil
the hormone*. and: ..r.r'i:::: and when' Quality and Irregular Fabrics LeftOver I
II.. I* a lea reported In *elentilic nibbed" In" your akin thonld Dot
N Journal on* el many that feel greaiy or Micky. On lint application From Previous Sales Plus Close.Out Of Some '
i bowed similarly Mnialional retultit your skin ahonld feel t
Twentylive(! women applied' radiant glow ol revitaliaed. y nthlulneu Summer Fabrics Including 100% Cottons Broadcloths
hormone aide Ib. 0' '
to on* *( face and rafreihmant. 0
and neck, and .. hand On she An seed in her
I* oars hny ew
other tide and. the odor hand. a predurt; today I Is a peop.r.tlonsued Miracle Blends, Sateens. Drapery Fabrics Rainbow Cottons I
similar preparation containing *. HOKMO.NEX Baanly Soram.
hormonei was applied the tarn It i* mad by ( trmrtworthy SO.yearold and Summer Weight Materials.
wav. laboratory. ,
These are the rcprM U simple It la Incincnait. ) lo .*.. A 1M-
wordat day supply coil only M-SO. Lkyounger SALE STARTS 9 A.M. TUESDAY
;Hln: I line (or
quiikly dimmed *r duanpearvdfrom smooth .... Martins. today GOOD ONE DAY ONLY ..
; eight as ere**** lid helJewt Yen may abut*) tiermooex Clrarg t' .No ei ney dam,.,3Q toys or Meth I* MyW.X.GFt
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filled ,.upBlotches Beauty beram allCUTTER
and *od-g! freckle
faded .. hands far and .*.11. ANT CO,
thru Sat
SkID was sober, clearer. aeemed DRUG BIG APPLE PLAZA Monday
IN 21 LEADING STORES II If Apple Mai TlruivlllMafnolU j HOURS 9 am to 9 pm PIRTLE PLAZA PARK and SOUTH STREETSIf'

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July 20,114' TltvIYIlr. (r.rl4.) "IMirMIfi ,*" Parrish '; Kamlntrs Visit "If CARLSON ""1: '- "- E. Brooks Of Mlms Dies"I

Relatives In Area ... __ _ n_ - I

Mr. and Mr( *. Robert Kamlner (Continued From Page 2)) R. E. Brooks of Mimi, former Mr. Edelle\ Brooks; a too, Bobby j4\'\

Hospital and children, Karen and Brianof "Bye Bye Birdie" set tip the longtime resident, passed away ; I daughter, Mrs. Jacklf

i Columbia S.C. visited relatives stage for TLT'i next production,, Friday morning at the hospital In Hunter and one granddaughter,
and friends In Mims and the captivating musical show Melva June Hunter.
Bunnell where he was admitted
Activity Titusville last week Mr KamInor about a rock and roll singer whois Funeral service were held

Is a member of the advertising about to be inducted into the after becoming 111 last Saturday.A Sunday at 3 p.m. at the First

July I staff of The State and the six year resident of Mlms Baptist Church og Bunnell with

Admission Howard: Me Columbia Records army the dect'lSl'Cwas/ employed at Rev Joseph Boatwrlght offic

Milan of Sanford, Judy Braden Mrs. Kaminer Is the former Andy Young director of the the Cape by the Bethel Corporation lacing 4

Raymond Moore, Betty Brimer, Nelda Taylor of Mims. She was show promises us some "differ as an operating engineer. Craig Funeral Horn In chargeof

Dean Hickey, James Locklea, graduated from Titusville High ent" and "unusual" sets am"unique" Survivor include his wife, arrangements.

Civilian-Military Chrysler Wives New Arrivals Margie Pongettl, Yvonne Calhi( School In 1950. lighting.I."Bye Bye HM'OKT or tOMMTION Of THB n _

Relations CouncilTo Slate CoffeeThe via the Stork of Titusville; Willis Harni Birdie" is sechcduled to run July)
Ethel L, Owens of Mims. f 31, August 1, 7, and 8th. BREVARD NATIONAL BANK of TITUS VILLEivXi'

Meet At PAFB regular monthly coffee of Discharge Linda Fcndl HAPPY
': : sty 1".1111111'. IT THI: CLUas OF 1"1. :. 01lf
and
the Chrysler Wives will be held and baby girl, Mary Lucier BIRTHDAYTuesday : '1o55'I NI lellklt IV. 51x55'11'4est TO 4'\1.1.1'1\1'11 01 .tlWP--
Patrick Air Force Base will Tuesday, July 21, at 10 a.m. at baby gut Mary Unger of Tilu Recent visitors at the home of 111\11 It..or 11111; It 555Mi1. IMIfcH eke TIOI Mil, I... ass'KD'

host the July meeting of the the home of Mrs. Janet (Leon) ville; Jame McCrai ken if July SI Bob Hudson and Edna Hudson WETS! ;

Brcvard County Civilian.Military Bation 1532 Garden Street. Minis; Howard McMillan of Sailford Reed Scobio and family were Walton and Virginia Cash. hula.? with! nth' *? banks, and cash Items In
will be Mrs. Jill William Poppill Vnllf"HUira: f o7v"7mn"nl: :: : .. .... .... "* l7M1If
Relations Council on Thursday Hostesses Ethel Klink of Cocoa; Aol Rice and two children of nbll..tlona. direct and

.t t the Patrick Officer' Club The (Robert) Murray and Mrs. Virginia na White of Merritt Island. William K. Barnard Dallas Texas It was the first Othe r u..od bonds.' noi tNI... and.r "h. ,nTuiwVdnctuilln* I _. '". ?._....." $94,752J1eernrillra

pool area has been reserved for (William C.) Beck. July 10 Norman Green trip to Titusville for the Rices In of Kedttml' and corp.iiatloni not
5ueranlred bv U,1): ,t'tl't: ....... .. .
All wives and children are In. Karen Kieffcr noticed ) s "v msrveal 418,411111N1
the Film; and
meeting. Mary 18 they a Los .
Ad.rlssions year : and dn'nunla (Net or ay r"rVNI>) .. WeOTJOSoih
vited. For further information Hmshaw Robert D. Gloria Jean Hiitgmbotham: change two. They toured the urd saes' :' ":M ::: :::.:::::' :::::: ": :
of the above ladies. Walker, Ha Ten McCotlirWtdn or .r auvta. ..... ... ..._.............._7",__..1_ '.ioOM
It will\ be a farewell meetingfor contact any Stokes, Maude Stewart, Vet lie Lynn MILA facilities and thoroughly "
Agnes ..d.y, July 22 enjoyed their visit. The couples TOTAL A88hT8: ... .. ...... .....................?..?___....._ .. S 1730171MLIABILITIBri
the Base Commander, Col. Garden Clinic King, Frank Puhalovlch, "
parrish
at Jess
Henry Dittman Recent births Clark, Marbara Upthegrove, LI- Mrs. S. M. Taylor have a lot in common-Virginia

The weekly Garden Clinic for Memorial Hospital: lie Mae. Brown of Titusvillo; Mrs. R D. Flood served as Edna's matron of "' ..lUnnj'1.1, ".'."" "' hullvlduls| p.rln.rnhlpii, and \
.| !. na .. _.......... aiu.TU.U
Ladies are included in the invitation A DuvU Ice Leonard Jr, Bob's best' :r "?' '
ornamental plants will be held son, Raymond Ferrell of Melbourne Mr.. C K. Osteen honor and Walton was Tim and ..vln.. .1,'M0.l.( of Individual. p.rtn-r.hlp
with casual dress for all.\ Wright seven pounds, four ounces, when the Hudson were and eorpuraloe.' .. .. M ?
Tuesday morning from 10 a.m. Discharges Albert Collier, Mrs Burton Waters man itai',',i. Si ;r'ted(I Slab.. O.'nlll..jI. ,:::::.:::.:... : : '. :. 46WITT: : I
Cocktail hour will\ begin at 830; born July 9, to Mr. and Mrs. Emma Simmons, James Mason Mrs. Paul Whitton married in Dallas 20 year ago lh'po.11, lit.''. and. l""llll ubdlvlilon. ...... ._....... ...... t 0.imo 0AVViU'K
with the at 7:30 until noon at the County CourtHouse 20 Christ. ehecka. eta '.M''.01
m. : David Lee Leonard Sr l'.Tg \ :
p : '
program : -
Ivonne Callin, Mary E. Walker, Leo Parisian! .. .. :... .. .. :: i.i .::8112.oi'
p.m. Buffet will\ be served In Titusvillc mas Hill Road, Titusvillc
I Vcrnoica Jones, Charles Moon Snoila Proctor Total .l.nmmla' dipo.lta ,511.5t
HIWORT 01' C't1""TtO"l 01' A son, Randy Kirk Braden Philip Keniston Also visiting the Hudson and
weight six pounds, 15 ounces, Arthur Marlon Arrlngton Herndon,, Dorothy Betty Rohlki Pop* Mrs. Edna Runs last week) Total tie,. and aavlni. dxpoalti .......... ..?.._ .I MO,WO,74

CITIZENS BANK burn July 9, to Mr. and Mrs pell of Tltusvllle; Kay Lowe and Ross With Bill and Mary Bell of Tallahassee Other IlKhllld .. .. ... .. .........==::::::.. 10SS3M

or TUnel llle In the Hint ir H.irl.U. .1 th. HUM at bantam ea Jam Wl lull' Rodney Kirk Braden, 702 Main baby girl Willia Harries and Serving They were enruute to Jacksonville TOTAL, lAIULITIKlt<: .. .. . .............__,.._I 1131.MU:

A.t.TN Street, Titusvillc. baby girl, Pamela BeaKer of Landing Team \ from Tampa and mi CAPITAL ACCOUNT
Cub balancni wllh other bnnki, and cath Itcmi In A Sharon Elizabeth\ told them Tltusvllle was out
daughter, one Common ulnik .
.. ........ Minis. pr| v lu '.ltI.11O
collvcllim .I 40326.760.69 Marino Private First Class :: 5IemtNo :
Unlf-r-I..e:: :: Uavernmvnl obllgatlona, direct mil" Harris weight six pounds, six 11 of their way. Seriously though Nit. sham aiithnrlmd >
July Frank J. ROMS of Mrs. Ran allarea'' "l"l""i, S"l"' .. Total) value 4flOOnon
.. .. 4BII814950 son pare
5u.r.nteed, :of l lnlillKitlnlil male ..nd'poliilcil .ubillvl.lotnCorpi.r.t. ......... .. .......:::.. 50uJ86.57:: ounces born July 9, to Mr and Admissions Jessie Brothers, sic L. Ross of Titusville, Is a Mary la a niece of Mrs Ruts and in.liviii.Mi::.I,: : pn.rua .. ...... ..... 'iajwan:::
.torkr (Iniluilhij f Non .lock atFp.lftral Mrs Uylstios Harris lox! 657, BI1tr.yell\ for Quaker State '
: H eerv. Hank) .. .... ... .. ...... ........... 1,000.1511.nana Inex Hardy of Mlms; PutrkiuHuntcman member of Marine Battalion three Soutn- TOTAL
Oil covering CAPIT..L'IItNTIl
and (IlKOunU' (lncludln (1751183, overdrafts,290,409.51: Mims. Carolina Baker, Motor : t UIM.nTOTAL
Team 2/6 with the Sixth
Bank pmnlm. : ownid S iHTWS, urnllura and Landing eastern States, so they were
floturr.' 5 114.5114.05 .. .. .... ....... ....._.,. SJ4,.Ml. 5 A son, Michael! David I'unJ.ItI.weight Caroline Walker, Anna Slantis Fleet in the Mediterranean.The 1.IAUILITIK: AND CAPITAL ACCOUNT .. ITWS7SV: :
llnnk prcmlwi ownril ira .lIbJoct'io None Hum i six pounds, seven ounces of Titjsvllle. mixing business with pleasure on I

i Other not ataela.H.umod by bank... ...).. ... .. .. 82,82687 born July 10, to !Mr\ and Mrs. Discharges Lllie Blown team, the sea assault force this trip. Tim, Ti l.fl :"l I :? If mM""i.I":::":"t."NflTIC:'l"1r I WM1Ud.l f
? ? the Fleet will In ., .
,I; TOTAL ASSETS .. ::. :.: .:: ... ::.:. .:::.::..::::.::.:.:....,....: :::. :::::... 114643,725.59: : David Pongctll 63 Gardenia Circle Brenda Colombo and baby girl of various training, operations participate designed boat nrliby of .my d knowleAga,'tllir. that" I aad Ibis brlicf.We report Vi15 of aunollUnn. .hl.n'', "I.' true"" and bov.aor..L'""IIM"1 to bank the

Titusville.A Judy Braden and baby boy; Vivian to Increase Us combat We certainly enjoyed seeing ...,. /C.

dipnalla'' of Indlvlilunla mnuiTimDemand partncrihlpa. ':" and son Merton Lamar Clarke, Wood and baby boy, Maggie readiness. the Dayton Munlckaravan' production ro'.'' <.''the and! !undr.lsnrd'driller.:: :' :" Irlti' ': bu: .'"atlel"V1 n"ln""rroy,: I'"u": "and efnihla lo I lbe 15pnrt bad ef of

curporatlnnaTlma I .. .... .... .... 1 9.243.243.25 weight seven pounds born July Lovejoy, Raymond Moore, Btrtlia It will also visit various Mediterranean Birdie"laHt our knuwlnd6. and bellof I la true sad oorra.t
and uvh15s| dipOHlla ot Individual: .jjlncnblpi.; of "Bye Bye H. I I.. IIhlnoh.rt )
anil cnipnralonDepoiilla > .''' . ......''''''''''''' '' .. .. 8.887.U8.32Fr 10, to Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Leonard and baby boy ports in Italy, Spain, Several member ol A. J. Kahn M D. ) Dlrautora
;nf I'nlleit gtalea Government (InLludlnK l Clarke, 003 Pine Street, Titus Filday. snob W. Clark )
aavlngi.) .. .... .....,? ,?. .. ,,.... J-HU1IKI Sarah Northcutt Patricia Wor Frame and Greece. our local 'Birdie" cast went up July 211 Mon ) 111II4CHAMP
or Mlatet and piilltltal t aubdlvliilona ...:..:: ... ..... 22.4i: >M l ville. kum, Joe Ann Thomas, Ila llin-
(', [ and offlceia' chotka, n : : 14 J67.M to "get a bird' eye view" of the
DhPOKITS .. ... .. .: .........:...........?.119,507,188,25Total : A son, Timothy Allen weight shaw, Charles Llpsey, Otto Ha- Philip Deck Is On show they are currently rihear'

demand ponlti .. ...... ........._....I10,44sT29.10 five pounds 15 ounces born mer of Tltusvllle; Raymond Fer In I. Making the trip together
11 to Mr. and Mrs. EdwinE. USS StriblingPhillip
July eel of Melbourne Guy Lewisof
Total time and aavlnsa depoalt ... ......... .....54737.609.55 Upthegrove, 524 Thor Avenue, Chrl tmas. ; were Mrs Ralph Parrott. Susie

Other lUblllllcI .. ... .................. .. ....::::==:::..... 144.138.27 Titusville. 12 L. Deck, electronics Ramsey, Laurie Newkerk, WARING
July technician third class, USN, son Morton Page Kilgullen
TOTAL L1AU1LIT1K8 .. ... .............. ... .. ........................ ..118,762,024.89 A daughter, Lisa Darlene Rak Admissions Mary A. Tier- Kath ,
Auhcrt L. Deckof Ursula In the
sixounces nf Mr. and Mrs Martha Brook (
("I'IT"1'0' !liTIi er, weight eight pounds to Mr., and ese, Patsy Crutchfield, Johnnie 1003 Kings, Titusville, Is serving play), Elane Carbon (who plays
11
.. .... I 450.nun.no born July Young, David Bumbalough, FUEL OIL CO.
Capital KurpluaViullvliled: Common to<'k, totnl par value I 4riOMK 8:11'.1"10: Mrs. Daryl B Baker 120 Nichol. aboard the Navy destroyerUSS Candy) and yours truly, The

profits 1.1.Till 84 son Street, Titusvillc. Louie Soplanda Carolyn Stokes Slribling, operating out ofhyport. kids greatly enjoyed seeing the

TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS | 501,7(11.84 A daughter, Constance Wai- Dawn Denise Lonnie Jones, show, moiling the cast and singing -

TOTAL LtADlUTIlSa AND 'CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .. t 18.843.7:18.88II'WH : ena Odella Brothers, weight six Robert Creeden, Robert Frye, Stribling operates; as a unit of all the songs on the way Is proud to announce that we HIT a full time Oil
Blllie Brown Doris Carter of TI-
pounds two ounces born to Mr an submarine unit composed home Burner Servlc Department.
II ': \4111' and Mrs Robert Brothers Box tusville; John Denson of MimI;; of surface and sub.surface vessel
Aaeta ph.dR.d or u.IRn.d 10 1501115 Ilohilllia .n.1 for Grady Sanders of Siottsmoor equipped l to Iwate and destroy
other purpoara IIIIdll.lIl1 11111. and bllla redl""ollnl.d, 601, Mime Don Caiwttll our Sorvlc Manager H. has over
and arcurllira .IIleI) wOk .1I1..monl 10 ropur0baen, t 2.814.017.721.0.n. William Randolph Discharges Agnes Clark enemy lubmerlnel.ReCommissioned. Bob and Edna Hudson returned
80 shown .bov. an after (deduitl or val. A son and B'raunHleln"Sybil Sunday from a short holiday at 13 y.ara .xp.rl.nc., :
baby boy Mary
.. *
., 105,006,05I \
oat) n renrrvrl or Huntcman, weight seven pounds, .
or the .bove.n.mod be nh. III anlem.1v '"/ Boca Raton where they attended
D.vl,1 II. Boyd Vko President burn 11, to Mr. Drown, Dean Hk kin, 4
awrnr that of condition I. Iru. an.1 cOI'r""lrlo the beat of my 10 ounces, July r of District
combined meetings
the
knowloUn J"l'oI: :Iorl: and Mrs William R Huntcman, Scott Baidntr, Frank Puhalu- At this time, we FREE
are giving a Safety Insp.c'lion
Correct-AHe.t: David R. Boyd Gardenia Circle Titusville. vlch of Titusville. To Library Board 1 and 2 of the Florida Press
,
83
H A. Faulk ) Association! The two districts In on your healing equipment. Also we are now
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('b. J. Morhy ) Dhactora A Carl Jerald Walker, July
C K. Milollerrd ) son Secretary of State Tom Adam elude newspaper In tho Southern taking furnace cleaning ord.r.
weight five pounds, 11 ounces, Admissions Burton Wort .
Plate of Florida' County of Brrhwnrn 1I l has announced the re commissioning half of Florida On Friday they
lo and oulucrllipd b..fore no this 17th day nf July mi and I born July 11, to Mr and Mrs. man of Siottsmoor; ElizabctnBmghs.nl
b.rrhy ccrllfy hit I am 1101 I .n uffKer or illreUor of thla( hank of Mrs. Agnes E. Morley, were given a complete briefing
My cnmmtmlun axpl .. Nov 8, 11W4\ Phyllla L. Valley, Notary Pllbllc.NIII.y Carl Brnford Walker Route 2, Its Hinsaw, Robert Dux 817 Titusville, as member, and! tour of Florida Atlantic Unlvertlty I. For Fr.. Safety Inspection and
( Oral l( TituHvillc Buinsid Kit Oglcsby Ova
Box 6fiP ,
Hoard.
July Jtl)) (Mon) IU04( Iircvard/ County Library the "senior" college due
__ A daughter, Amy Elizabeth i Townscnd Frederick Erb, KITty Businesssessions Cleaning Orders .
la In September.
1FLORIDA'S weight six pounds three ounces, Lehman of Titusville; Elva open
man, Sandi McLean, Vivian kept them buoy Saturday
born July 12, to Mr and Mrs. Tomberlln of Mims. PHONE 267-1470
Illulr. Sally Lawrence Doris but, a* with all conventions
FASTEST GROWINGGAS James S. Crutchfield 2332 Hopkins Discharges Jessie Blushers Millntr. Jean Junnarone, Thil- there was time for fun and good
Avenue Titusvillc and baby glil of Mims Jiini.iLoiklcar
ma Rukllffe, Catherine Woik- good-at the Sun and Sand Club
Robin fence,
UTILITY BRINGS weight A daughter six pounds born J 'v' '1, Barbara Upthegtove urn Louise Caldwell, Sandra the Mal Kal (in Ft. Lauderdale), Tradcwlnd MR. BUILOIRt 'Aro Yew
find Millie Davis
baby
boy, Puckett, Donna I'agliulonga of and at tho Bayou, the lovely PLEASED with the QUALITY
F.) Car
to Mr and Mrs. Robert
Tcrinii Rhinehart, Robert Crie- restaurant In Dm POOLS ef your TERRAZZO PLOORSfh
NATURAL GAS TO Titusvillc Tltuivillx; JoNFph Hull of Orlando French
-!:\ tcr .3118 Hullum Avenue den of Titusville; Calvin IKirm ; SaJlo Cobb, Martha Eddln Raton of' Florida, Ina W ..! try _
) of Holllster. Pools of Ivorlttllng Quality: OWENS TERRAZZO INC.
of Mima
TITUSVILLE A eon. Stephen Christopher, July U SSOS I. Colonial Dr. roll r.II...
weight nix pounds 12 ounces, Admissions Sunya Ware of Discharges Suny Ware Placid.( ) liar AdvocatePubllihid Orlando 271.1111 __ N.. N.yeaa .Mara. 84 ......

born July 13, to Mr and Mrs Orlando; Scott Gardner CherYt and baby boy of Orlando; Patsy 5ta543,5'.d 1-

City Cat Company of Florid his brought Roger C Bingham, Route 2, Box Gordon, Sarah Deco Virginia Crutthfield and baby girl Kit Moidtyi, "CONOTON"CO FOR IVIRY HOUSI

natural |ss t* Brtvsrd County. Live modern 214. Tltusvllle links, Concetta Giarusno, Ellen Oftlrnby/ Louis Soplanda, John W.dnada0e 1 rrKliyBy FURNISHING NIIOMATHER'S

and sav money with natural |>i rot cooklnt, A son, John Maxwell weight Joni of Titusvillc;; Anna White nie Young Verlie King of Tltusvllle A4ron.u Tlluivllli InaAt *lrSS HEARING CENTER aL ,

d home betting t. lit conditioning clothes dry eight pounds, 13 ounces born Karavas Milba Heln{ Ralphof ; Nill Dunian, Elva Tom- Tb. 11I..AdyOOl. ef NIW SMYRNA

leg water hosting and many commrell & July 14, to Mr and Mrs Tony Merutt Island.Uiscnatges berlin of Mimi. Main Raldlne SirMtTlluivlll Sonotono of OrlandoMurray Call Collect 42S41)t

Industrial sppllcstions. Through our ub- Maxwell Ware, Route 4. Box Patricia Hunte- July U allot*. ri.. I. Long, Dlst. M.... tm tmyrna Booth

Sldisry-Orl-CM Corpor.tion-w. its' supply 119Z Orlando Admission James Sasxcr 501 N. Magnolia, Orlando, 422.2101)
and Caroline
man baby boy,
the flnoit bottled gn throughout the ounty A son, George Adam Karavacs, of Apnpka, Ailene Kirkland, Htnrr. II Hud.on, Vrn
Lonnie V-P
Walker Jones John .
e. Hurfion.
Mrs II..I
a All City Gas end Orl-Oa1 ustomn. *r* weight seven pounds, three ounces Gary Gardner, Emmett Lord Ruben H. Hud.... ewo-Tr.aa CHARLES SLADE III
Mannucl Marie and
lerviced by union emQloyee.CITY *. born July 14. to Mr. and Bingham Dawklns John HarUng Osborno-Popped
,
Rodney .. paid .L Tlluu.
Karavacs baby boy, Bill Shaw, Robert 'O George
Mrs. Adam !
\ Jake H. .. rlurbia
Myrtle Billing, Conley,
2918 Ivy Street Titusville Frye, Carolyn Slokis Dorothy Wo Buy and Pay Mere Furniture Co., Inc.
Shelby
T Wright, David Young, N 50556515rleelda : :
A daughter, Kelli Elaine Blair, Watts, Maude Stewart, Tracy ..,_ ..._1.1.. largest Itock of Coins Around
Jean Rogers Peggy S. Kempof INTIRIOR OICORATINODRAPIRIIS
Am..1.11 S
OAS COMPANY OP FLORIDA weight nine pounds, 12 ounces Lynn Lovett, Dennis Stevenson Titusvillu; Eddie Sitfti of 11I..1..1 1:411.01: 311 N. Orange-Orlondo-423-4Of CARPITS
born July 15. to Mr and Mrs Kerry Lehman, Robert Stokesof H ary H HuilMii. Publl.bw( -
\ WALL-TOWALL
Poe "O..TION ON ....VIC.. CONV..tON a ".,.. CALF/ RiKkli-dge:: ; J. Riddle Williams of, Uob.rl tl Ifurlinn. Ulllnr e CARPIT.
TlfueVILLB MIL000RN8a Kenneth E Blair 14 East Court Titusville; John Dinson of D.vld Dun. Adverllal) Mir INO INSTALLATION
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I PORTRAITURE IN OUR OWN STUDIOSBOHANHON'S

All.Star team of the slow-pitch The 'I me'. leading hitter was
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AGE SPOTS* Cordially Welcomes

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IRC SENIORS ,- Senior Division All- Stars from Hoover, Coach Jim Sanders, Tom Thompson, Ken Walker,
the Indian River City Little League are from left, Billy Jesse Davis, Hugh Hazen, Mark McAllister, Butch Barnes, MRS. You and Your FamilyRUSSELL

I Wisby, Steve Barrowman, Jerry Kunisch, Danny Collins, and Jimmy Hart (S-A Photo). I HOUCHINS
To Your New Home!
Larry Wells, Lane Scarbrough, Gary Hart, Manager Bob Hostess

... 219 THORNTON AVE. '.y? The State of Florida

I )IRC Seniors Meet Cocoa Beach All-Stars In Tourney:! FAN THEM OUT PHONE ,'

"Weathered,brown 267-7157 ..,
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pots no '
|f Big Tommy Thompson will get who played for the Colts; Jessie feels, he has torn of the best Thompson finished the season 01 your band and tact tell the,
I starting duties for the Indian Davis, second basema for the players on tie Water team that with an unofficial 600, about five htpi world baton yourt you really are eld-, fade Mr It is our desire to make you feel welcome

<, River City Senior Division All Cubs; Gary Hart, third base, the league doe to offer. triples, eight doubles aid, a them! away with now ESO-
Beach alternates wiU be hits. TERICA; that Medicated cram: and to acquaint with city.
Stars as they meet Cocoa Cubs, Steve Barrowman, second "Our Just at slough of singles Hart also Hut bricks up manei of plf- you your
All-Stars Wednesday night in good as our starting players, the ball well, and carried an Want on th' akin, klps make
Area 3 Tournament. Colts, Boll Wisby, short atop, thiti why we'U probably do a average of around 500. Barrow- bands look whit and young

Thompson, a right hander, Cards, Jerry Kunisch, left field, lot of pinch.hitting and making man and Kunlsch are also considered gain.face,neck Firma, ':c'a en cover-the f

j pitched for the Cards, the team Cubs, Dan Collins, center field replacement." power bitten, while Win up Fragrant, Acts,In greaielesa the ikm-not bow. on for It

: that won IRC's senior( division Cards, and right field, Larry Also on the pitching stiff! Is by is generally the man who aofttuJng{. lubricating akin as It If you are new in the area, a phone
J pennant, during the regular sea Wells, Cards Billy Wisby, a IS.year old shortstop seems to get on base every time clears up. show blemUhes.' At
leading drag and toiletry counters
son "We are not certain on our who finished the season witha he steps to the plate (2 plua tax. U you have call will bring you a prompt visit from
Remainder of Manager Bub starting lineup," Hoover said, 40 record, and carried a 400 Also playing on the squad la hew age-revealing brown apoblotMn .

': Hoover and Coach Jim Sanders there may be some change batting average. Gary Hart may Lane Scarbrough f the Cards, lighter, akin, er if, UM you ESOTERICA want clearer. your local hostess. Please give her a call!

lineup will include Butch Barnes, made at the last minute" also do some pitching especially Hug Haven, Twins Jimmy Hart, At all Drug 8torra.CUTTER .

catcher, a 15 year old athleterve One thing, Hoover says he la relief Cubs, Mark McAllister, Cards, DRUG She has maps and many free and wonderful
Like all little ]league teams,

me 411'r some of Indian River City's top Ken Winby,Walker Cards, and Twins Phil, Elmore Richard, Blg Apple Plaia Tltuivllle gifts for you from local businesses! '

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a game of the Major League slamming three over the fence, 1. r ,
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: night at Sand Points Talmadge around ,1110Remainder + A 111g1E1

: ',ells field at 7 p.m. of the all.stars

i The IRC which la also .
group probable first line up It Steve k ,a
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? Maxwell, Bulldogs, catcher, Ron
e LL, has selected a probdhlo
Schwartz, Yankees first base;
starting line.up for the( all.stars,
I Glenn Young, Bulldogs second 1 "Ik! v 'J
however, manager Bud Jones,
base, Dennis Nanklvll, shortstop rda
J said this is not definite,
Tigers; Rickey Venter,
Taking over mound duties the
Braves third base, Jim Donn,
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Lau lIn, Yankees center field and
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Player of the Week, Stephens is The Pirates, Indian River '.I : Sam B. Clents
City top team, was defeated In J '
13 years oldAlternate Vice President and Cashier
the semifinals of the
County
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Tournament by Cocoa David R, Boyd
r toss'up between two boys, Jones
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unaminous selected players of .'f\\\ ,RESOURCES
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I hope it doesn't happen the same way this year a* It did Int. 1.. v ,

In fact, to be downright truthful, I hope It never happens again a t
It all started because of Little League baseball Naturally\ what r e

else could cause such a maladjusted, conflicting situation and be the

center of aggravated problems at the same time. Nope, nobody can

compels with Little League when It comas to causlni: situation be.
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yond solution. 1r

Since last year was Titusville's first season In a sanctioned Little

league, Star Advocate officials thought the best thing to do was tend

their sports writer off to Jacksonville to send back day.by.day reports F' :

of the tournaments, as long as Tituivllle or Indian River City stayedin

competition ,...... .- .., -' -.......- ... .- i/
Myself, I thought it was great Idea.
IRC MAJORS Indian River City's Alan Collins Steve Maxwell, and JIm!'
There were two of getting to Jacksonville to cover the tour.
ways t f, Little League All-Start are, front row, left Donn. Third row, Manager Bud John;-
nament. Either the scenic route through lovely St. Augustine: on
to right, Anthony Simon, Dennis Nanklvll, Robert Preston, Ron Schwartz, Barry Stephens
easy driving, four-laned U. S. 1 or the fractured skull, torn eardrum I
Rickey Vester, Glenn Young, Jr., and Bill Mike Durian. and Coach John Miller .
route aboard an old<1 school bus borrowed from a Baptist church and
Morton. Second row, Johnny McLaughlin, (S-A Photo).
loaded with 15 little leaguers who. think there's nothing greater than

pushing buttons on newspaper reporters cameras, seeing what type. !br pv v t tA.

". writers are made of and even going so far as to get a magic marker .. .- '\171 Titusville To Host LL Semifinals
and write their names on the back seats and ceiling so we wouldn't, TITUSVILLE SENIORS Pictured ham, Preston Grimm, Mike Knowles, and :! \t j 1

misspell a name like "Jones". above is the Senior Division All-Star team Brian McAshan. Third row, Manager John t !

Since I did have a choice, I decided with very little consultationto of Titusville Little League. Left to right!{ Ford, Dan Smith, Mike Dunbar, Robert TituRville Major Division of Little League will meet I

take the scenic route along U. S. 1 trailing the bus. And there I front row, Pete Evans, Terry Enyart, Craig Dix, Ken Poff, Mike Farmer and Coach Indian River City here July 22 and also host the remaining I Ij

was, eyeing those ball players_who reminded me of the little rascal Ernest, Wayne Nobles, and Roger Adkinson. Bill Stout. (S-A Photo). semi-finals of the Area 3 Playoffs for Major League teams !

gangs on television, off for an afternoon of mischief. Second row, Joe Nobles, Wayne Bing- The complicated schedule, which )had to b* divided into DON'T .
two areas, a north and /south with winners of the two divUions -

Two days before the tournament, I traded cars and got one of F emerging on COCOA for the District finals, is the larir-
those little foreign Jobs. The kind that guarantees at least 40 milesto -- -- est Ip District :a history I I

a gallon of gas, uses one quart of oil every 20,000 miles, never has Edgcwiter-Oak Hill league ,

a flat tire, and enough: passenger space to carry one rider, two superman Mims All-Stars will draw a bye In the first

comic: books, t portable typewriter, toothbrush, one bologna round while Mime!\ will play at \ !

sandwich, two bottles of softdrlnk and a spare pack of cigarettes. .t cJ Cocoa North and Titusville will
I had difficulty finding space for a pack of gopher matches but did V\\ > In First Season, host Indian River City Wednes Y

find room in the trunk. Even then, they got wet during one of Flor : t } day. Winners of the MinnCocoaNorth
ida's freak rain storms.
I Cocoa Stars game will play Ednewater-
Like we said, leave it to a LL trip, and anything will happen. I Play Oak Hill at Cocoa North's field

Well, before we got back to Titusville, the gas mileage checked Thursday evening Cocoa South
was 16 miles per gallon, the car burned three quarts of oil, we had ; \ Mlms Little League All.Star will draw a bye In the first round
two flat tires, and somewhere down the road the bologna sandwich tr"I" team will play Its first sanctioned then play the winner of Titusville f

picked up some hitchhikers, a tribe of black ants. I tl I tournament game Wednesday and Indian River City at Titusvillt I
against Cocoa North, In
; I night Thursday night

Finding Jacksonville was no problem. Simply follow the banana t > .. Cocoa at T p.m. Finals for (the North area will

peelings and paper bags thrown along the road, splattered boiled eggson The Mims group, newest addition be played at Titusville's field

stop signs These and other evidence indicated the bus was Just ", to the Area 8 sanctioned with the winner advancing to theDistrict r'pa
..._ .. ..... league, will be managed by AI
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ahead.The first day's game went unexpectedly fut Tltusville got beat TITUSVILLE MAJORS Membersof Steve Holland, Stan Everett, David Moore, Davis, Gene FaiilklnMcin and evening.

10, and they started making plans to leave the next day. Indian the Titusville Little League Majors are, Ron Rogers, Scott Paige, Kevin Robbins, Hiram Gentry All tournament games start at 1
River City drew a bye in the first round) and didn't play until the from left to right, Butch Tourney, Gary Wes Shuman and Gene Davis, Manager flaying on\ the learn will he 7pm.
Unmans, Jon Hamilton
second day. Eggcrs, Brent Tally, Brad Churchwell and and Coach ii Mac Knight and Jim Ever John Hobby Lord, Bill Renshaw of the, In the Axes 4 playoff, Wednesday ,

That night, we wont back to the motel room and started working Steve Frasure. Second row, Tom Strenth man, ahown In center, (S-A Photo). --- .- night games are Cocoa

on the Tituavllle-Cocoa ball game. Picture On ..... 4 fte.rh.t Satellite Beach and
Our story had to be aboard a bus by 4 p.m. in order'to reach --- --- Rocklrdge at Merrllt Island
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Titusville In time for the sports 9 a.m deadline. We finished our Yank; Tom Graham, Jon Hall, Semifinals of the !South! area will

story about 10 pm. and left for downtown Jacksonville which was Seniors Have Edge ,Over MI Team Ronnie Altman, twit UK kiln; play at Merrill Inland Thursdayand
std Bill lllMlnhoihim, Cards '
about 20 miles away to find the bus station. It was only 20 miles ; Friday evening
away_ Gerald! Wlngo, Bruce Gentry,
but somehow, t drove 97 miles before finding the place. *" Tournament Directors for TI.IUlville' .
Titusville's Senior Division all- first game in the tournament will 7 hit., two home rune, .143 average Have Miller, Sieve Mullin and
From then on getting my stories to Titusville was not going to be Area 1 playoffs are
I problem.But star team will have a slight advantage be Wayne Bingham righthander ; Dix, ( hits, .139 average; Chariot Fry, Jr., Dodgers; and Jay Campbell, Tom Walker and
over Merritt Island Wed from the Indians or Preston Enyart, pitcher, 7 hits, ,132 average Jolia Lawyer, Jerry lobe, Asher .
If there was a problem to be found It's bound to occur on a Barney Mar.h.fl.yln
LL nesday night In the opening Grimm, another right hande: ; Pete Evans, inflclder, 19 Kahn, Dennis Motley,
trip.
game of the Area All.Star playoff from the Yankees. hits, 2 home runs, .473 batting Expected to pitch In the first
Dr. Eugene Davis and I were sharing a room about half the time. on Titusville' Major
for senior division teams of During the season Bingham: average, game Is Steve MulIJs, 12 yearoldleft
The motel was Jam packed with little league parents and beds were .
little League all star team will be
league hsndcr who for the
pitched
selling for about $10 cut rate. That's Just a bed, had to pay about who I Is also one of the league'sleading Brad! Churchwell, Don Rogers,
The Indians, Titusville's top hitters In 11 Dodgers In the county tournament
five dollars more for a sheet and an extra 98 cents for a concrete pitched Titusville Little Rams; David Moore, Gary Eg- MOVEII1Until
team during the regular season games, a total of 46 Innings, and against Rocklcdge, givingup
pillow.The downed Merritt Island's top finished with 9-1 record. lie League DirectorsJay only three hits. He struck out gers, Kevin Robbins and Eugene
next day, Indian River City got beat, so we went back to the a nine and walked six during the Davis, Bears; Scott Paige, Allen
team, 15.6 in the finals of the only 14 hits, 16 runs, ...
motel took a quick dip In the concrete pond, ate dinner and went backto County Senior Tournament give struck up out 91 for an 038 earned Campbell, President; George game In regular season, Mullis Rhodes, Tigers; Tom Strenth,

the room and started hitting keys. Titusville's senior team will run average s Marovich, Vice President; won three games, lost only one, Stanley 'Everett, Brent Tally,
It was about 10 p.m. and I was half way through the story. I grabbed have four Indian athletes playingon Directors at Large, Dr. C M. and struck out 35 batters He also Lions; David Poll, Butch Tourney -

a cigarette, leaned back in the chair, took a breather, then start. the squad. Grimm, pitched in 11 games, Aker, Dr. Bill Lalng, George carries one of the lea au.'. highest Steve Frasure, Cubs; Steve
hurled 46 Innings, struck out 74
ed typing again. this time the Holland, Wesley Sliuman, Beavers.
Only typewriter didn't function Its batting at .550
averages
The only remaining teams In batters while allowing 16 runs, Arnold; Secretary, Shirley Mix- .
little role] of peck, peck, peck. It went "bloop, bloop, bloop." The Bruce' Gentry Is another of theleague's you
Indian River
the county, City earnedrun
three earned for OSS
an son; Treasurer, Wanda Ever- Managing the all'stars Is Mae
typewriter carriage broke, and there was no way of fixing it. and Cocoa Beach will play the pitchers, who finishedthe
So, I started writing the story out longhand: with a pencil that hada same night on Cocoa Beach. Finale average.in man; Sr League Player Agent, season with a 2.3 record. In Knight and Coach Is Jim Ever-

dull point, no eraser and minus one sharpener, and to boot, three will be held on Merritt Is hitting, Titusville will also Mrs. Marvin Hrmke; Senior League hilling, the all tar team will have man.

fountain pens all of a sudden decided they didn't, want to work. Fora land's field, Thursday evening, have their strongest: sluggers In Commissioner Walt Hoskjns; Dave Miller, catcher' who powered Starting pitcher for the group gota1LI1N1

reporter trying to write story without typewriter, its like Jackson between winners of the Indian the league Grimm has 14)) hits, Minor League Commissioner, Pst three home runs during Is still undecided, however four
moving his beagles from the Whltehouse. We Just don't do things River City Cocoa Beach game including 2 home runs for a ,4S4 regular season, including two in have been selected for possible
like that. and the Titusville Merritt Island batting average; Knowles. catcher Kelly; Saturday League Commissioner one game He .has. slw hH',llvet| rnoun '
Frank Keller; Chief doubles and tlple'.Dd'' If a'' \ hrlloa t wnr
and pitcher, has 26 hits, four ;> ( fi* ,
It was now 1:30: In the morning I headed downtown in hopes of contest, with the winners ..Iojt'e
home runs, for a .448 average; Umpire, Bob Funkhousrr. .000 hatting average, Frye plays Jt'; tt /'fue'l flnastseasonal
finding a typewriter. It was about 2 '.m. when we reached the main leaving the following day for
Dunbar, infielder, 17 hits, two second base, and has a 309: batting records, developed a
business district of Jacksonville and started our search. We were Jacksonville Naval Station to
home runs, for a .371 average; I IR Little average; Thomas, outfield, calcium deposit on his left elbow
the District Tournament City (
start ,
politely thrown out of four hotels when we asked, at 3 o'clock In the
McAshan, outfielder, 10 hits, one ,16T average; Wlngo, shortstop, and U* "was forced \to drop
July 25.
morning, "Can I borrow a typewriter? home run, .357 average: ; Craig League DirectorsTom ,W) average; Altman, pitcher, from the 1/11111'I k lie wilt a possible
Three motels, a fire station, and police station later, a night clerkin As far as hitting and pitchingare home starter
Ernest, catcher 12 hits, two one run, ,300: ) average,
a scrubby little hotel looked at me sort of puzzled through a pairof concerned, the Seniors have Walker, President; Dr.
The four Poff,
home runs, .308 average; Nobles, Lotklln, short stop, one home pitchers are
bifocal glasses: and finally said yes. I believe he thought we might some of the best all around athletes first base, IS hits, two horn Glenn Young, Vice President'' ; run, .200 average; Graham, Strenth, Tourney and Halland. RENTALTRUCK

have escaped from a mental institution.We In the league. runs, for a .300 average; Butg- Nova Thurlow, Secretary; Margaret catcher, .270 average and !Hall, All art righthanders, except Toumry -
finished the story and made tile deadline, at exactly five min. Playing on the (11 star team ham, 16 hits, two home runs, Morton, Treasurer; Play. third baseman, .310 average who a southpaw,
will be, Mike Dunbar, Mike
utes until 4 I.m. .251 average; Adkinsnn, 11 hits, er Agent, Edmund Mills; Director Bobby Ramans has one of the This I II TltusvlUe'i second year
So, what if the story did get lost and sent to Titusvillo, Pennsylvania Knowles, Wayne Bingham, and one home run, .264 average; at Large, Colonel Boshnff best pitching averages In the In sanctioned Major Division

two days later It was bound to return. Roger Adkinson, Indians; Pete Smith, third base, 10 hits, .211 Chief Umpire, Ray HauIsUer, films Usgue. playing for the baseball Last year, the group ?
Evans and Dan Smith, Giants It't to rent r Kfaf
; average; Farmer, catcher, I hits, Managers, Bud Jones, Ken Weln- Yankees, Romans won six ginius was defeated In their first gameof to envy t
New Cocoa Beach Football CoachEd Robert Dlx and Ken Poff. Pirates two home run., .188 average; hold, John Donn. Dave Sanborn, and lost only one during the season the tournament by Cocoa 1-0 Track. One law cttt men
Feely Preston Grimm
Nobles; Brian McAshan, ,Wayne and Nobles, outfield, 9 hits, one homerun John Miller, Bob Miner and AI and has hit two home runs. In one. of the most exciting ton- mryriifag ... eve ta.uiranet. .
.ISO average; Puff, catcher, Hart Senior League Director His batting average Is ,430. tests of the District playoff
Fcely, former Florida State den, FSU! who Is also head baa- Mike Farmer, Yankees; Craig YaVI find |lst t

University quarterback, has been ensouL coaeh. and Joe Nobles, Dodgers; Alternate what y'Ni Heed for flirt
named Head Football Coach for All four coaches were In TI. Is Terry Enyart, Pirates
the new Cocoa Beach High tusville Saturday meeting with Managing the team Is John she lOb. Doa'r wolf an

School Minutemen THS head football Coach John Ford of the Indians and Coach is NO YEAR'S WAITFOR ether\ II.., lirmrtgoJ.

made Gains, concerning! other football Bill Stout, Dodgers. .ml NEXT T1MK GIT A 1
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1 f. Important Dtcltlon' Is now just prior to the construction I think It Is extremely 1mpoitant +' / 9f Ill
Editor: of our new water treat. (hat all the citizens: of

The addition of fluoride to our mont: plant We have been this community are aware of COUPON' SPECIALS
water supply in the City of requested by the local and state this proposal and the fact that
Titusville is an extremely important health authorities to use fluoii- the final reading of the ordin
decision to be made by da tlnn. ance U scheduled for the next
the City Council. The first reading of the regular Council meeting, July 28. f "
The time to make the decision ordinance providing for fluoridation The final council vote may be
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of the city's water supplywas held at this time. This --
held at the council meetingon should be based on scientific !
Mrs. Lula Auli July 14, 1964. At this time medical facts and not vague JOHNSON'S
fears of the unknown.
representatives of the dentist
profession testified that the addition These facts, in condensedand BABY LOTION J
Mother Of Mrs. of fluoride to a water available clear through form should your be news made |
beneficialin
supply was extremely
I am particularly anxious ::: Reg. Sge Sirs'I
papers.
the prevention of tooth decay, e .f
Ladkin Dies particularly in children They that sufficient public With Coupon fLlC ;::

Mrs. Lula Ault mother of Medical testified Association that the the American American and notice I be specifically made of this invite proposal those --- --- ::;: Only. S :jg;;::
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Mrs Gladys Ladkin, 201 Fern Dental Association, the U. who submit are for written or against scientific this medi-moveto MMS LITTLE LEAGUE Membersof Dave Miller, and Jerry Jobe Third row, Good Thru July 22
Ave., Titusville, passed away S. Bureau of Public Health and John Lord Steve ;
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the Mims Little Hiram Manager
Saturday Funeral in services Columbus will, Ohio.be held have many endorced other medical fluoridation authorities as cal substantiate evidence to the their City position.In Councilto front row, left to right League, Bobby All-Stars Romans are,, Mullis,Gentry Asher Kahn, Gene Faulkinstein, Jl l l l l l l i l l l l\[\\J

this manner this important Tom Graham, Gerald W1 rho, Jon Hall, Manager Scott Locklin, Charles Frye, Jr.
Tuesday Evans Funeral, July Home 21, from in Colum the safe.very desirable and completely decision can properly be made Jon Hamilton, and Ronnie Altman. Second and Al Davis, Manager, (S-A Photo). '1t .. .r-1 {I'n

bus. bused on factual evidence.R. row, John Lawyer, Bruce Gentry,
further testified that tI.S
They S. Nunnally LYSOLHOUSEHOLD
fluoridalion has undergonemore City CouncilmanFLUOR1DATION mental rights under the Bill of here to the Little League, since dom of speech and how grateful'we SPRAYDEODORANT
Base Opening medical tents and analysisof Rights enacted by the Congress that is the exact figure that they '' should all be for the opportunity ;
affect on humans over the past of the United States, and slso affirmed need. : to use our newspaper for =
40 yetis than any other area of in the Constitution of the "May,I add in closing, what a ,airing our views and !gaining Information =
Attraction medical endeavor !- with no State of Florida, by forcing mass blessed thing It I If to have fiee- on all Issues." r
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evidence of ill effects, Reg. ::
medication the citizens of ---------- ---------
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The space center at Cape Ken. this community. For it is admit. :; With Coupon 8 8e Sg!
longed Intake of fluoride nay ted that fluorides are placed in .
nedy Is one of Florida's leading Lottie Stanton lead to serious chronic conditions the water, not for purifying or USE YOUR Only

tourist attraction*-particularly for some people. cleansing purposes, but as an Good Thru Wtd. July 22
since the base was opened to the active ingredient which Is believed G
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Mrs. Lottie Caroline Stanton "I do not wish to overlook the
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78, of 174 Roosevelt Street died three gentlemen, who proposedthe
to the 21.mile drive through and It after a trial because oi CARD
of water and!
after illness. fluoridating our
Saturday a long 16 OUNCE
damage to health and properly, I
I famed space launching area.. She came here 17 years ago from what can the advocates of fluoridation would like to say that I am sun' J
Each visitor Is given a 20 page Rochester, N. Y., where she was to that they are fine, dedicatedmen
offset this that
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Illustrated information booklet, born and sincere in their con COCA-COLA
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vllle, and two granddaughters,
ster, Deputy Chief, Community Mrs. Joseph Richards of Titus its relative value or destructive how good a thing may appearto i
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r- d'foale: ; The following new books have Pruddcn; The Treasure of the f t

been received at the Titunville Gnat Roe by Arthur C. Clarke; .
/ MULLET o The Vole ff 25.000 North Brtrard County RMldtaU Public Library by Mr, Jean The Silken Angels by Martin 'I 1

Swldnnski, Librarian
WRAPPER Section Tmisy-tLLI."LORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 20, W4 ,.,.1-' Caidln, Mary McLeod Bethune r
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-- Juvenile by Rackjiam Hull; That Special \,I
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Twin Nuclear t w' +' The True Story of Sir Francis Grace by Benjamin Brodlee,
t. .,.eta r 1 The of Haynes
Drake Privateer by Will Hoiwootl \- Bay Pigs by
Recently the Star Advocate rana From Cong! Ed Gurney we received -
Yugoslav Mystery byAithur Johnson; The Machinery of the
feature article about the ven the following which we V
Detection Craft CUlhl.rall: Tina on a Body by Anton J Carlson.
lure of two Forest Hills youths will pass along to you readers Horse F.rllby Elua Uiolk;

into the ice cream business We "Now that the tumult and Three Boys and a Tugboat by

were told by Pat and Peggy shouting from San Francisco has Into Big Orbit Nan lIIylll'n A"lc and Ellen Wilson Mystery Solved:

Blumer, regular customers of the died down, let's take a look at : American Wolves, Coyotes
two brothers, that the boys ran how some political observers evaluate The first of twin nuclear detection ; r' and Foxes by D, F. Beebe;
out of lee cream the day the the American Conventions spacecraft was' successfully Glenn Learns( To Read by Clara Sanford Navy
article was' published. It pays to "Will Rogers once called the Injected into a 57,000 nautical and M,>icy Atiutll; Made! In :

advertise agreed? convention 'The July 4th mile circular orbit Friday Thmlmid by Marmuitl Ayer;
On the heels of t'at article, we celebration of national politics'He after the two were launched from TI e Magic Map by Marion Claims 'Chute
have run across 'nfurmation furnished added, 'It's a clambake of big Cape Kennedy aboard an Air fa BickUr, : A Holiday Cook-Fourth :
by the National Geographical politicians lie further said, 'As Force Atlas-Agrna space booster 'bj of July by Chailcs I'. Graven; Reports received by the Star-
Society as to the origin: of bad as we are and as funny as combination The Injection was' The Light I'rimess by George Advocate Thursday of a man
ice cream. we do things, we're better off controlled from the Air Force Mucilnnald; Mr, Uumbu Has a
than Satellite Control Facility at Party by Pearl Augusta liar pararliuttlng from an airplane, .
Nero, according to the article, most countires, so bring on
sent slaves to the Italian Alps the conventions Sunnyvale \ wool' ; lirliin Wlld-l1Ilth's ABC proved to be a 'drag chute":

during the sultry summer months The twin spacecraft, second In by Biiim WiMsmith. ; Mini In Orbit from a jet, according to Sheriff'
"A Paris newspaper once des. series of tandem shots, by Scott\ Foley The Rabbit
to glean snow to which sweeten a are ; Leigh Wilson Department
ing was added cribed the amalgamation of pol part of an effort to develop a Catcher by Lwlwl BpchMem.
itics patriotism and the music satellite borne capability to detect The ports were that a pararhutlht -
Later Charles I of England hall conventions AdultA
as a country
nuclear test detonations In had been seen In theSuit
introduced guests to frozen milk fair a religious meeting and a .x
the atmosphere and In space Lake area west of Mimi and
and cream. It was so successful public reunion SUVMISU )flare by Frank 0
The spacecraft were separated Sheriff:\ Wilson called: Sanford
his chefs to
he encouraged Slaughter! : Flood by Robert
"Soviet Premier Krushchev
by springs from the upper Naval Air Station for verification
keep the recipe a secret but up- had a completely different impression after its' burnout Penn Wairtn; The Inevitable .
stage Agena The NAS sent
hellpcoptt -
on his beheadment, the scerct DUMMITT PLANTATION The Photo Attard said she will accept "Any reason American John a
of the convention and by Gn'l'nwuYiM.lrk ;
The two to the
were \ tu and the
spun up approx. area picked
leaked out.George the election process in !this imately two revolutions per sec. above shows the remains of the ancient able offer for the house," but indicatedshe The Glove Boy by Mark ihute up
Washington loved tee country. The Communist dictator ond by cold gag jets and then Dummitt Plantation, with a few of the felt $8,000 or somewhere near that wasa Harila, This Pilgrim: Prince by .
cream and Martha served iced described our system this way: separated from each other and orange trees still standing, The "Castle", reasonable asking price for the historic Gladys, It, Barr; Power In Wath.int.ton A drag chute Is a parachute
desserts (frequently at the New the spin apparatus, which has been the center of controversy mansion She plans to dismantle the house by Douglass Calei, which ejects from the bottom qf
York capital 'A sort of show takes place. lately, is owned by Mr and Mrs. John At. and have it moved near Orlando if not
During such shows, demonstrations They then continued in flight How to keep your thud lit a Jet). alrrratt to retard speed
Servants used to spend many tard of Orlando Mrs.
Attard is attempt sold before August 1. Mrs, AttarJ ad!
along their long transfer ellipse from birth (to six by Bonnie Firing linding./
demanded for votes for
hours in the capital shaking wood are ing to sell the "Castle" which sits on she would like to see the "Castle" remain .
prop- -
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the
to nautical mile InjectIon
while the other 57,000
en and containers whipped.cream full if mix Ice to, come salt the party elephant asks to vote for the donkey altitude. It was' at this point erty condemned for use by NASA. Mrs, In Titusville area,-(S-A Photo), I . . . . .- .- .- .-

I have been to the USA on occasions that the first spacecraft's solid
with the Presidents favorite

up dish Years later, the hand cranked television and on.sometimes TV in I America put my propellant it Into motor a circular ignited orbit injecting inclined Local Youna Men Visit Seattle Aboard Coral_ .n_ SeaRobert I 0o WE CAN ANSWER YOUR PHONEWhen :

ire cream freezer put Ice creamon can drive you crazy from morn to the earth Equator by You Can't .
a wholesale scale. ing to night, You get snowed about 37 degrees, D Hixlge! interior communications fireman apprentice, USN, son of Drl'1II1'l.tnn i Wash Naval Ship You ot more calls and more profit
under by speeches from the elephant The second spacecraft Is pro. technician fireman Mr and Mrs, E, S. Austin of, 2115(> yard .
The 1904 St. Louis World's Fair and !the donkey' grammed to continue In a high. apprentice, USN, son of Mr and Fern Ave., bullor Titiisvlllu recently While In Seattle, the 8:1OO.tnn: @I.f4eA4Ne
was' the scene of the first Ice "As you can see," Gurney ly elliptical orbit until It reaches Mrs, Doyale II. Hodge! of J13 visited Seattle, Wash, carrier played host to rlty offlilals .
cream cone, completely by accident said, "Khrushchev missed the !the 57.000 nautical mlks apogee Main St., and George M Forsttr, aboard the attack carrier USS Queen of the Siattlo" Soa .
An Ice cream vendor ran point. He could take heed of Lin the second timo Then its' motor Coral Spa, fair, the noted comedian Iluhliopo TitusyllU Art Cocoa 4t Cocoa Beach .
out of dishes so a friend, who coIn's words, 'Those who fairly will Ignite firing it Into the same Command Joint Technical Working It was the first visit to the and more than 48.IHIO( ) ctl- 287-5530 638 7031 .
sold crisp sugar waffles, quickly orbit as its twin, but trailing by Group for the nuclear do- Washington area since her re- Izens from the northwesternstate .
came to the rescue with !the waf carry on a an rebellion election "can also about 130 degrees, tection satellite program, commissioning In lo at the . . . . .
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ties shaped into cones to hold We would agree the patriotism The salellheases designed I tn I Ico f .
Ice cream Thus a billion dollar connected with !the conventions t'l ubiti; g-'I
industry was' born in the l sameplane Shop Delk-Llndsey in Titusville Shopping Center 10 a.m. to 9 p.m, Phone AM 7 lOll
could be broken down to 130 degrees apart so that rI
We Americans lick away more read: "patRIOT..lsm.Congratulations when one Is on the earth's sun I + ,5111t
!than four billion servings of ice
tide, its' twin Is in the earth'lshallow
cream In cones each year, espec
tally during !the hot months, the where it can distinguish
National Geographical Society to Mr and Mrs between natural and manmade SC BLANKETLAYAWAY I '"I
says Tom, Cooper on the birth of a radiations.

But this is no mere, hot grandson: their first. Mrs. Cooper The nuclear detection satellite "
weather delight! ,:Eskimos like it '(Margaret) is city clerk, and program is under .tbe. direction 7 ;' ""
.a so much they tine trapping moneyto is noticeably pleased The grandson of the Advanced Research Pro. .
buy ice cream and one com was born Friday morning to jects Agency (ARPA) of the Department wrl'' r w 0
pany In Alaska flies supplies daughter, Jeannie and husband, of Defense Executive r- n
north to such frigid spots as A/2c Roger Rhodes at Eglin manager Is the Air Force Systems Lt RSI
Nome, Teller and Lost River AFB hospital lie weighed 6 Ibs, 7 Command's Space Systems ( L ,
But !the best we know of Is the ozs, and was' named Jack La. Division (AFSSD), System Pro SALEI"
fried Ice cream served in Japan. mar. Roger is the son of Mr gram Director is Colonel Lonmc
Now, John and Jerry Ness, and Mrs. Norval Rhodes of Q. Westmoreland Ho is also ,' i 1; "'"
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P... 2-B ""' .,". (Florida. ) Star-......... Monday, July 20,.1944 IRC Civic Association met at the Tallahawee. While In the capital who was Valedictorian of his
" ---- ----. .- home of Mrs. Call Exline, 239Eye city, they attended a family close at the Lisle Community
Ave., ft 8:00 p.m, lass) reunion near Bainbridge, Ga., High School in Lisle, IlUnoi
Thursday, July I6Ui. Those present and enjoyed visiting with relatives Robert will be attending the

wore: H O. Bartlett, Paul from Georgia, Florida and Massachusetts Institute of Tech f Ipe afK b $aRept I
Wllev. Mrs Carl Exline, William Alabama. nology next September. M.I. 1105. -
Barnard, Orior Exline and From Tallahassee, they wentto The Slaby's also spent sometime
Bob Tlndall. Mrs. Larry Simma Fort Walton Beach and Hoi- with the daughter and
n was unavoidably detained elsewhere Icy, where they visited Mr. fi roily, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Coleman's father and mother. Fla Havhan and grandchildren,
This. meeting was called by!, They spent the week there Vicki and Scott, In Northbrook, I I
the President, H. O. Barlett, going to the beaches, fishing and Illinois
especially to organize committees -, catching crsbs. The children Ilk The next stop was in La Mar.
M and for the purpose of set ed this immensely. On their way '
9 9I que, Texas to visit their son
ting up a program for the com homo they stopped in Panama family, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. COUPON TUB. & WED. SPECIALSALKASELTZER

ing year. The meeting was concluded City and visited friends they Slaby, grandchildren Michael,
at 10:00 p.m. and refreshments knew several years ago, when David and Mary. They helped COUPON .
served, Mrs. lived there. Becky stayed !
were by they eF
celebrate the Fourth of July i In
Exline. in Panama City with some BAND.AID
The regular meeting of the friends and will be returning La Marque where the whole
Board of Directors will be held home next week. neighborhood! had a street.party, Plastic stripBondage
c cvl preceded by of all the
parade
I % next Thursday evening at 7:30: While Mrs. Coleman was a Reg. 89c
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Simms, Abbott Ave. Repreentatlves brother, and his family kept Bill I tan
with a trophy and a merchandise -
& of all the organizations company. They were in this certificate for Limit a with oeU"M thou W.... 7/22
using the Civic Center area looking for I house and catchingthe i
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have been Invited to attend In now live north of Titusville.Vacatten largest sail-catfleh, weighing
an effort to increase member. 5-Ihs 6 oz. in the 11th annual I
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CHARTER OF SPONSORSHIP In a Committeeman and Vice-President of the future meetings. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Slabyof ATHLETE'S FOOT .

presentation ceremony last Thursday eve Men's Club, left, Bob Webber, Institution Alice Caventa Hrcle this community have just re HOW TO TREAT IT -
I the IRC Methodist Church al and Jack Bevel President I.- Applr limit T-f-.. llimM. errs It
ting at on Representative week's
six
The Alice Gaventa Circle of turned from a va- lak. knlil <. .h.... Itrhliii. burn .. Reg. Sgt Bottle
j State Road 50, the Methodist Men's Club of the Club, proudly display the char.. Central Baptist Church met last cation. In ml..,.*. ,. S d'r". ..I..h litUr .... a a
.51..I..eb l nil us .I.h hralthy .51
j received the Charter of Sponsorship of ter Tuesday, July Uth, at the home Thy attended the graduation rcpt,''u.. II. II. pln.rd l IM: ONK HOI K of 2S Tablets.t .
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I Soy Troop Troop of Mn LaVerne Cooper. The ceremony of their 1'7-year old :.....hl"8 T-4I. FOOT I'OWDKR to.
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Indian River South Titusville Happenings meeting was opened with the grandson Robert Hutchison: Ittl -..- -Mil Um-> m.-r.... t J ,
reading of the Prayer Calendar.
r There were several prayer requests COUPONFLORIENT

111: Boggs Named Deputy Fire MarshallMichael Those followed attending by authorized silent prayer.the I.-r I

Secretary. .to send a Birthday i Caps NlIIioawlde 'u""". S1"
-- card la Alice Uaventa, tne Missionary a a
Boggs, son of Mr and Springs;: for whom this Circle is rI ROOM DEODORANT

r.hR.. 11 Boggs of 305 Jepson The Scouts on this trip were named, and a Get-Well Card for Reg. 79c Economy 39C,

I Street, this city, has just been David Champion, Bill North Carolyn Stokes size can.

i appointed, State Deputy Marshal cult Mike Crane Denny Con The August Woman's Missionary .: Llmie 1 with ..umn Ibru, Wd. 1/ar
Mr Miami rad, Phil Elmore, Steve Webber Union meeting will be
Mike will be 25 yeari of age In and Dob Waddell. David Cham on July 28tb. due to the Bible J
September next, so he most ccrttfnly 'fj pion, Sr., adviser to this group SchoolAn ou COUPON i1JZ' I.ITIllT \'

has been forging ahead accompanied them, as also! did Informal program: "Beforethe
lie la married to the former Bob Webber, Institutional Re Seventies", was given by .fBLACI-FLAG\ :
Doily Miff of Indian River City, presentative.The Maxine Coleman, LaVerne
daughter of Mr. and Mrs KeithA party camped out Satur Cooper and Essie: Lucas. The lltil I ANT & ROACH
ff of u.s. No. 1, South I I
meeting was closed with prayerand
day night. They pitched their SPRAY. Reg. 83e 5 5c '
'Mike came here to Indian tents, cooked their own meals the hostess thereafter served
Itjvor City with hli parents and had a good time.. There was refreshments to the members 13-/ Oz. Size Vri
afound IOSS and went to Titus plenty of swimming and canoe present. ri Limit I with OOU" 'hro. Wd 7122
vlllc High School, where he
ing, and they come home Sunday
+aduated. From there he attended
g: afternoon H. Florida Vacation ,
Orlando Junior College and Mm. William F. Coleman and Need. a swivel base for your T-V? Is your T-V antenna In need of COUPON ,
l\\cn\\ the University of Florida In 1Mike replacement Ar. lead-In wires In good erder? Whatever your -
IRC Little! League\ children, Becky, William and need In T-V, radio communication ,
Tallahassee. Inter pened with I or supplies are us right awayat
John, of 215 Key Largo Dr., I
hi scholastic] accomplishments, The next regular monthly STEREO STORE GRIFFIN WHITE
have just returned from three
Boggs meeting of the Indian River a
he was drafted and served in the
week's vacation in the Northern :4Mm.T* tOUNO SWt.lfi. Reg. 29c Bottleof
11',5. Army at Fort Jackson, S.C.After City Utile League will be held
graduating from the University I. office, he has been appointed this evening at 7.00: p.m. at part of Fonda STEREO STORE I popular Griffin 14C
the River Lanes Bowling Alley They spent the first part of :
of Florida some threey State Deputy Fire Marshal for HI-FI COMPONENT* JtECOROt litC Shoe White.
{art ago, he went to work for Miami, and has been placed In Meeting Room. their vacation in Tallahassee m
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office Limit 1 with OOU" thw W. 7/22
the Deputy Fire Manual's (\ charge of the Miami Office! Civic with Mrs Coleman's family, I .
ii( Miami, and as an Initial step' Association the Harry Kennedy's and with THONf MMS2*' WrJUt ni -k:
lie Is well known among the
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for his career, ho was sent toJ'Irdue The Boardof .Dim'Ion of the her brother, who also lives in
University where he took older residents of this city, and COUPON _. II},
a course In Fire Marshal's dutIcJ one and all wish him good luck I. ill

Returning from Purdue, he and hearty congratulations on his a Mattress FRESH a
Cot! married and he and Dolly promotion.
hove lived In Miami ever since. SPRAY BOMB
Willie he worked for the Deputy
Fire Marshal, Dolly taught Explorer Foil No. 370 CHEVROLET i] 1.00 Aerosol 49'Reg.
scliool. Last Saturday, July 11th, can.

?n a letter to his parents yes membtiK of the newly formed Limit I with MUMH thru. W*. T/JJ
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Monday, July 20, 1 1964 Tlhisvllla (Florida' ) Star Advocate Pegs 3-B Romero With Great bikes Naval Command *f''

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A program Wit presented Ind a News Waiter R Romero. seaman apprentice Romero has been ainmned to

business meeting was held. USN, son of Mr. and the publltf work; department ij

I I Indian RivrCify Ne:1 The meeting was called to order (By Mrs Edward Host) h. I made for the lies and propost evening about 4 pm. when I Mrs Bob Romero of 318 Grtnms This department In responsible

by Miss Sharon Clay, President Soottsmoor Community Oi. t community building. large brush fire spread south of Are, It serving with the Navel for construction done accordingto
Sharon led in before
prayer at Administration Command at the Navy contract He will be a .
I ganization met Monday night the county line Mimi Fire Dept
presenting the program "Baptista Jones Community room and officially Keen Toon Moot was called\ out Tuesday to assistin t Naval Training Center, Great member of I group of civilian $
(Continued From Page 2-E) mirrors in the dining hall are and Religious Libert) ". Labs 111. soil military men who take care
all off the U.S.S. Florida which Carolyn McAllister read a letter adopted the foregoing The. Keen Teens held a buslIKM fighting the fire which burned of maintenance anti repair of
fishing contest, sponsored by commissioned in 1911 name. meeting Tuesday evening at all Tuesday night and covered
was from a Missionary in Columbia, ut..litles,
this Texas City's Jay Cees After a meeting of the, newly explaining the few religious liberties Committee reports were heardon which tim It was decided to several+ acres of 1an(1.Penollala( and/ family Mr and Mr. Frank

They enjoyed visiting with relatives elected Executive Board, the of her country. The girls the "Fun Day" events July have a hay.rld. and hot-dog Miller and children In Beckley Before entering the Navy In

and friends, but up in ladies returned to their respetv! learned that the Primary Church 4th, The Keen Teens requesteda /neat> nt fox lake Sstunluvtttning They also visited relatives In March 19(14( Romero attended Ti-

Riverside 111, in the old home llva homes throughout this of Columbia is the Roman Catholic beach party since they all I Mr and Mrs W D King Sr. North Carolina. tusvllle' High School('
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town, they felt like strangers because worked so hard On their booth ? ------- .. _._, ,
State Mrs Graham said Church. ------ -
they Those present were: Donald parent df Mrs Ruby Cower
of the drastic changes in and made $65.00 profit They
growth of the city were tired for the pace was Sandy George read a letter asked ermi.siono'"deposlt $50 Cur: }', Barbara KiltonwatcrUntch have' bfren visiting Ruby and her
brisk, but they were filled witha from a missionary In Indonesia USE YOUR I
Mrs Slaby is very interestedin and use the balance' for the Sanders, Edward Rust, twd softs. ,, They haft recently for
sense of well-being as some The girls learned that In Indonesia -
\lsobrook Futch Kl"annmee; and will return lure
Home Demonstration and 4-H party. They also asked for aman Judy Andy ,
Important things had been accomplished there are many religious '
Janle! Palmer, Brenda Sanders, before returning,( their home
work I in this County, and having chperone115, \ they need
but the
had her vacation, she says she Is groups Moslem, primary religion more discipline. '' ''. Georgians Futch Karen Mundhenka In CiulT. Shores, ,Alabama. B.N.B

will sattle down for another and chapel-anes Mn. J.l.kAIlI'n ---- .

year of hard work for her ,community : Troop 370 Boy Scouts Donna McAllister read a letter Mrs Grady Sanders an3(,rend treasmer the- Mrs Fred Carver, Mrs Mr. hale Mu neon kit
Last Monday, Troop No 370 from a missionary in Israel It gave a report Edward Kost! and Mrs Grady
Met st the Methodist Church. was learned that the Jewish religion names of all members/ totaling! Oslecn. fillY Cur .Washington, D. C, FI'i-1 CREDIT CARD

Meeting was opened with the Is primary in that country. 33, in good standing: on tn California and Canada !

H.,D, Council MeetlnJ Solute to the Flag. Following the program, Mrs Mrs. Robert Allen, president. fore returning\\ her home in !4

Mrs: Claude' Graham, Presi It decided to hold joint Surrency, gave each of the girls Spoke In regard to the cement Carl 'le ra RuHner Copenhagen, Denmark She has I i
dent-Elect of the IRC Home Cfourt was of Honor with a No the name and flag of a country slab for recreation l to be installed Curl) Ivar Ruttner, well known \been visiting Mr, and Mrs Jeff

Demonstration Club, Attendedthe Troop and the name of a missionary at the ball park and will con- citizen pa'icnl away June 24th Jthn'toif' of Orlando Ave
310 in. August before the District
40th Annual Florida State Court of Honor on August The girls each said a special tact Ralph I Carter about t Dearborn( Michigan while on 1
Home Demonstration Council prayer for the missionary: whose having (the land surveyed for vacation there Cause! of death Mr and Mrs Hurley Cantrellrelul'nrd
21, This would consist of ranksup
meeting In Tallahassee,, July name she had. The countries exact boundaries was a stroke' from
to Star and Individual Merit so plans can Monday a vaca-
13th to 16th Mrs Graham, as tverei Italy, Germany, South A H. I'ttm Funeral Home linn trip to West t Virginia where
alternate delegate, accompaniedMrs Badges Africa, Korea, Panama, ,Cubs wan in charge of arrangements
PrC'sldent.fra.!\ I Dclore Surrencv they visited .with\ her daughter lei Pfia
!\ Henry ,Wagner, Brevard A Board of Review was con' and Liberia ''ItJi burial lit CpthPuime -_ .
County Council President, and ducted by the Committee, Ipon, In the beginning of the bus. closed the meeting prayer' (try there crme'j Don't Scratch Thattc'hr'

Mrs Sue B. Young, Brevard slsting of Perry Cain, Don Dan mesa meeting, the girls repeatedthe Members present, ,were: Mar Survivors Include two IN JUST IS MINUTES.,
Home Demonstration leis, Perry Conrad and Bob Web- /gie Spears Carolyn VlcAlll.ifir( It 'h. era sr.da.e.lrhlre. roar lac
County
mid 1 otto MisterBruah' ,
YWA Watch word: Dan Donna McAllister back, e. dale. clap. .
bFrThe Board reviewed five Sandy George/ __ ; air t'na earlqulrk' 1A.'SLAt'i3 1
Agent M 12:3. The volunteered to I :::: Ill 11 Nx.\lll': lake
girls Riddle
boys for 2nd class rank: They : Becky Adams, Helen liilil- II. Mn: anlalf I d.a l a, Aall.cnllc
Mrs Wagner served as chairman make Vacation able School Sharon Clay, Penny ''Ficks, Mrs. Fire I tiilim. iliu ....,* m help .IH>,.l hr.',
of the State Scholarship were Mike Minthorn, Ronald Ina. riH tin> n. nlihl Ur ar.m.. I In.
Posters Sandy George was appointed Bertha Swaine, counselor, and Crew Chief Jim Allen and I ,in,I lillr. rtntwnrai l.*l !....., .lhcc. NOW IN 21 LEADING
Committee and all such Wheelus, Gene Gray, Allen Kern- .. ,,, .. STORES
,. presented to be the Cliflrman for a Mrs Delores Surrcncy, director! rlrf< men were..ctilkd out Tuesday'I a.eac5' .h. :\11' 50 lslnmr4
the committee report merling and Kelvin Kemmerling Urea Clara.. '"
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and suggestions The; meeting was adjourned at the Associational Meeting In
Ono the with the Scoutmasters Benediction .
of important changesin Cocoa on September 26th

the policy of this committeewill Penny Focks was appointed as

b. that they will, la the future Chairman of the Decorating

consider applicants among Y. W. A. N.wa Committee for the Mother.Daughter .

those !students doing graduate The Mary Reeder Young Woman Banquet to be held on September .

work In the field of Home 's Auxiliary cf Central Bap 12th. The girls decided to

Feonomtcs list Church met at the Church at bay a present for Mrs June

Mrs, Graham served on, the T:30 p.m. last Tuesday evening Jones, the Associations! W.M.it\ .
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j\ommaung Commutes and sea

is pluaaed to report that Mrs 1 I }

Wagner her first time up tor I COCOA DIRECTORY I u' P'j'

Slat Office, was unanimously
elected<\ 2nd Vice-President of Drink '
featuring Walkers, Sleepers, -wet dolls-dolls in furniture,
the State Council
Planet Organs Guitar Accottorlet Q with clothes-all Grant exclusive
An all-important Item of bust / carnage or creations

ness was transacted at the business HI.FI Gibson + '",,'"

meeting The Home e Stereo Guitars l ylG.d
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Records H. Bandnttrvmonts
Demonstration groups will be tTi
known in the future as Florida Pl.y.n rr.rra .rwr.rrw a ; Compare? price; finality, styling
Repilrt on All Bind: Instrument.
Expert
Extension Homemakers Tnis 51 S. AltintU Phone SU 3.7711 Coco Beech ,; critic any doll' aiijuhiro, ,
name-change has been two yearsin I
Completely outfitted/ dolls
at
prices you'd
the making and has met the ------ i
approval of each individual: County I AUTO SALES IF j+ i fXprct to PRY for tho dolls alone! Mnde only
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I for Grants 1100 stores by famous makers;
Council. TEST DRIVE THE NEWSPACELAND
w t these dolls have scored R hit with girls

honored BreVaid"at County'the' "banquet was further on SAAB '... q w' ,} from coast to meal ]Uuy now for CJirlstmnsl

Thursday evening. Mrs Wagner,
asM..e
sels..d. w Mv.dl
100II4'ell"W
for Brevard County, was presented -

with the coveted 4-H Plaque, SAAB

which is given each year to the 120 Florid Av.., Cocoa, 4344MJ HONDA MOTORCYCLESHAM'S Y

County which contributes the AUTO SALES! A SERVICE' CYCLE CENTERSNO y i'

most towards furthering 4-H -I MONEY DOWN 1 yrs t* pay WM rr

Club Work. HUNTER IfliKI M2) Rabrock Ring .Coco IC.' Oallla-" DREAM W ALK RS
Another highlight of their stay MAGNOLIA PLAZA TITUSVILLB
in the State Captital was a tour LINCOLN MERCURY, INC. .. ..--Parta-.Utervloa-Acraaaortao .
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of the Governor's Mansion Lincoln' Continental Lincoln' "Meed Two WlnHat as Hambeael' ,, a Life-like Action Dolls
Service
Sales Puts -
Neither Governor Mri
nor MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Bryant was In residence, but Good Used Car e Flowing washablo platinum hairY

the ladies were given a conducted 1445 W. King Coco (M.2311 Guitars, Drums Banjos Etc: '- I Rod velvet dress, white nylon blouse,

tour of the residence, and BEAUTY ACADEMY I Gibson, Fenders, Grttich, Martin red leotards, black patent shoes

were pointed out the beautiful SlingorUnd Refers, K.,. ? a Soft vinyl head, sturdy body
18th Century furniture ill the LEARN HAIRSTYLING Mammoth Stock of Shoot Mullo I Thick lashed eyes open nnd close

living room, reception hall, Get In High Py Brackets GOULD MUSIC CO. .
Enroll Anytimo 4, ,. a Fully jointed, easy walking notion/
Slate Dining Room and a guest Small Monthly Tuition 10' King St., Cocoa, 636.f2Q 1 .

bedroom. The paintings are all
COCOA
DAWSON
on loan from the Kinglmg Art OFFICE SUPPLIES
BEAUTY ACADEMY .
Museum. The beautiful silver Llfe-tlie ttLfll tMVfiJjiIlolmhet
200 Wlllird, Cocoa tt-2M pRotoMT ounce ir
punchbowls, candlesticks and I t.tu \irxi! tu.: jJ IfCOMPAHAUI
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TltUMfllla MT-KM VAIUI' $1STedJIirtlie
for those who I :
CANAVERAL EQUIPMENT W. IIn. a lalelma. I. Tlturvlll.thre. !
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Rentals Silos Service Cablnala. Typiwrliara. Attaint VAIUI $10
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JEWELERSMANUFACTURING Termite and Put Control COMPAXAIll VALUI $6 -

COCOA MFG. JEWELERS WALKER CHEMICAL 8t

& DIAMOND SETTERS I'.I EXTERMINATING CO. INC.

revird's Only Mfg. _. .," 1014 So. Dlxi Hwy, Coco -
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Nw Mounting Jewelry Ripilrs Call Collect 6361130I
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bare the floor plan to lull. your CompleteReil
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four bndftl. .Cuitom loiarlori are our' LORNA PRETEEN MODEL TINY ELLEN PLUS CHOICE OF CRADLE i
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supply With Over M Now *no) Utodfo APOLLO SEWING,,CTH.Merrltt ;. y 2 IreMed In pliyiuit Outfit InrluJel vinyl head, sturdy body Swing really
wAts. Chooso PromBrevity's Island Shopping Center Y I sports l party school: and bed sett. owfnfi, bitliinette holds real water. .' '-

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coupled eomplot fmtlMMM to Fully Eoulppod CotloM pretty r' YAIUI ITIO .. COMIAIAYAIYI /a COW'AU t1/
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laboralory acmuBewlad ky ewe SOOlaadlaf '( water. tin table lop :f' l).vJI"\: ; 'Crwhe. rock., aml a 111J, prant.lpntl'
I WATCH REPAIR 7.97Waahable m.ny.ocaawrba + ouenboliy i l
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Doa t ftm la to parapM.. NOVA TRAILER SALES WM. H. BAILEY eaay.walking action. .
tics wants: try Mitchm AaM.ronpbwS
21 Different floor Plans Watches "
tod.rCUTTER To Chose From Repaired In 1 to S days .
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I! t.Girl. DOWN auto : v.,
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= Dear Ann Landers: You were feeling particularly blue thai L nickname) 1.Body' ofwater 18.Weep f n N '
10 ImpoUU n. A. flat.
/ shocked to learn about the coeducational day and it would have been Dice I :11.Tha betel Variegated.. failure: I' 1 '. easy for deposit

pajama parties being If you had taken her out to din In color aj a4' ,

held on hundreds of U. S. nero But an anniversary card 12.Semblance horse 21.Dry; A'j

I I campuses and with the blessings would have made no tense 14 To give tip 8.At one wino easy to borrow from

1 tea of the college administrations 18.15.Viper Mother: &.:e.. 22.= Tea/Me.ra A.ewee; ,

.tf;, Well let Ine tell you what colloq.IT. pagoda tall u.onrtura ,

.. : !goes on at I large Midwestern Dear Ann Landers: I am 28, .Exclamation 5 Brittle.Protuber 23.King of IlL Leather

university according to my daughter single,:: and not a bad-looking guy. Judah flaakforoD INDIAN RIVER PLAZA
who attends that fine :M.Drlnkln ace) 211. Before 88.Drop national bank
About a ago I was very brevard
I year vessel 7 Circa name 2f1.Calf' cry 0?.Old colas I I I I STATE ROAD SO
I school much in love with a girl who 19 God ofpleajir g.laser 27. Defines 01'.

.. Last February a Junior boy, ran off wilh a friend of mine.It coat eta 29. Peculiarity 19.Fold

asked her if she would like to rocked me plenty. I'm pretty 20 To go onshipboard aped: bot. 30. Chimney 4o,Medleys

attend a yard party. She remark. much over the bleeding, but because tL DuU pain dirt money .
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,) ed a yard party in February of his experience I have 24 Without % I 2 5" 5 G 713 '
MV HANDS ARE CCVEKEP I PIPN'T HAVE
I'M
AGI( MOM. BUSY
'I didn mike much sense because avoided( taking out any girl who raya
\ 28.To 10 SHE ASK CHIP WITH SLUE, WHY PO YOU I .ANYTHING ELSE
It's usually bitter cold up there might be a sciiuus candidate for mudfe PAD, WILL LONGER 7DDOiHE'S WANT IT UNTIED, I TODO

I that time of yea.'. marriage To put it in blunt 23 ai II Il 3 )bU GET THIS FINGERNAILS A ANVWAYTLOO. ,TONIGHT<

lie told her the party wasn t In langujgc I've been dating some lynn a KNOT OUT OF CUB SCOUT

the yard It was in the fraternity prcl'y fast numbers berause allI poetiyjPON 14- I I I" ,r SHoE ,

e house, The "yard" part of it want Is fun and I IACB
am gettingIt 81 fenlted \1 I 16 I l'j / 'fo J
meant that the girl was supposed DUNNOr
If you know what I mean 82. ShMhontui,
to buy a yard of material and Indian/ ZO 21 '24 lj
Yet part of me wants to meet I
: make two costumes one for 83 Muelo note
the right: girl and settle down, t./io V...-: V/- G
herself and one for the buy 34. Part of /
h.0
but I'm afraid of being hurt
"to ben
Si t t. My daughter was shockcJ and 2w f IlB: 19 50
again You can see I need .n 85 Ooddeu of
I said she was not Interested Two harvest 1 K'E
clearer than Can N
own.
months later she spoke with a eye my 88 Extinct

girl who attended such a party, you lend me one? BUSTER bird 35 11! 3TJ. I I.. I I I 7 ta

I i and reported "It was oodles of Dear Buster: I can lend you 88.Money drawer*' ::34 03W : : .

fun." Any comment MADNESS two. I '10 0C
40.Path ofaaphere OH, DEAR AT VOU.' HOW COME WHEN/ YVEIOME
I IN THE MIDWEST rfl
I. Quit trying to recover your 41 I DIDN'T' MEAN YOU CHILDREN TO THE POOL
Dear .!Madness: I have never 4t Linen or TO STAY OUT SHOULD HAVE MOM TURNS RED AND ,

I heard of f" yard party hut then, .hurt and/or bout .borcdum by cotton"ribbon"4ZUprUinf 4 3 '140 V/ :Z: HERE SoLONG BEEN OUT OF WE TURN SLUE f
flagging around town with third / I
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I had never heard of coeducational THAT WATER
.I. ; pajama parties either. rate females: and I DO know 79 AN HOUR AGO Y S
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what you mean. This Is no way
I appalled -
A few years ago was
to moot "the right girl." NoticeI
i ed when the bikinis were Introduced
If have real estateto hereby give notice that Iwlll
t and didn't believe anyone The 'fun" you're getting is a you
not Le responsible for
rjcbtsIncuncd
would dare to wear one Now pretty shoddy suhntituta for a any

t some women are ready to throw marriage:: So grow up and quit sell, or If you are by persons other than

t tt the tops away and wear only making excuses for yourself. looking for choice real myself 1064 from this date, June 29,

the bottoms itTwoI
Ann Landers will be glad to George Webster .i

Already several nutty exhibitionists help you with your problems. estate, use our classi- 231 Golf View Drive,.. 711RDON

have appeared in top. Ben 4 thorn to her In care of this Tituaville, Fla *

less suits and caused predictable newspaper enclosing a stamped, fied columns. June 20, July 8, 13, 20 (Mpn) -

"Incidents" If you ask me, the self-addressed envelope 'j 1984 T: MEMISS-PERHAPS '

.I.man.w,,,",, race .In having a_ .mAn..---- I -- ------- 1 I IWecJncsdy L1ft17.ct 1I. VOU D K INTERESTED INGOING

nervous breakdown I ON A DOUBLE DATE f fa

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Dear Ann Landers: Yesterday tI

my mother who has been widowed r114wl1illf I P r e j

since last March made mo 7 1

feet like a lowdown skunk because 1.

I did'not send her an an-
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nlvcisary card. I

WEDNESDAY JULY 22 !
I told her I was under the impression : t

that wedding anniver- z T 10 R {ral rrAY v tYBUTALWAYS .
wanes art not celebrated alter 1fll9''PWR <*: -

'uno'of the marriage partners i UowAacJo nson'S$ THROWN

". passes away She replied "Don't FOR A LOSS 111n GEE,THAT A SHAME,MRABERNATHYWISH [ CANVAS// I
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make excuses tor your thought- With tha kind .t SURE
wrong WOULD LIKE COULD HELP YOU.
Ics8nl'59. You should have sent car Insurance, an accident III _
me a card and left it up to me CIC!? could throw you for a ( MORE TO LOOK MANLY.WHEN 000 1 17'AS A hl u / r II
to celebrate in AR financial 10... Don't l let o"hN 10110 MATTEROFqili l I
my own way. I
this jBtnaCasualty's
happen' to you oo FACT YOU CAN,
If I am wrong I would like to Auto'Kit*-for IOOTOTHEfcEACH )) )L fO

apologize My wife tells "am careful com-'' h
me
FEATURING j ; hints all ae.nlial/:: r r-; .. GIRLS
NOT and that mother t
wrong my .(. Into one low.cost LAUGH
is mistaken How about this? pickite See us for an
DICK BETTS AT ME I IOL IQ
CONNECTICUT YANKEE 1 ... Auto-Rite policy.KEEL. 'DOf L

Dear Yankee: The anniversary AND HIS AMAZING I ilb Yit t i
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of a marriage terminated by 7 tlI

death does not call for a celebration CHAMBERLINKEYBOARD .' ; 4 I 'II ;it 1 .

INSURANCE

ORCHESTRAAT I )
Your mother Was probably AGENCY INC. 1

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HOWARD JOHNSON'S ON THE RIVER :300 Magnolia Avenue 0h

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r.- Monday, July 20, 1M4 TltvlYlII. (FbrMf. ) 't.-AtI.**... Poe !-E prayer by Rev Multi, the hostess E. G Shealy and their children To .
Mrs.. Kaiser served refreshments Kathy, Gary, and Dale, -fr MEasly .Dave Ellis Named

to Mrs. Sarah Lawton S. C. While here they National CPA GroupFrank
MONEY !
Mims Area Happenings Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. visited relatives at Cocoa Beach.

Mittie Price, Mrs. Rosco Shealy They also toured Cypress Oardens David Ellis, CPA of Tttusville 1

Mrs. Earl Duff, Mrs. Esther and Silver Springs. has been elected a member For Extra FastSERVICE. BORROW. PAYMENT

Bridal Shower Honors Linda JonesBy Keefe Mrs. Leonard CatUno of the American Institute of 5150.00 t.t1'r \.;
S300.00 S17.7t
Lester Miss Rosalynn Cantrell and a i
Mrs
Mrs. II E. Atkinson, Certified! Public Accountants 1450.00 I .
Cantre'l' Rev. Mullis and guo .t friend, Miss Billie Nell Troubee,' Phone 267-4331 _$600.00 steam : t
( Mrs Gladys McLendoa) Patricia Clar, Mrs. Richard Bare, 12th at the home of his sister. Mrs. Jean Drawdy. from Lancaster Ky., a freshman Mr. Ellis is asiwilatrd! with the $MO.
AM7-124I Mrs William Galloway, Miss He was buried Tuesday July 1 at Florida Southern, were at accounting firm of R F Stone PAY UtT. TAXES REPAIRS. ETC. a

Sharan Galloway, 14th, at the Oaklawn Memorial Ro lynn's home over Uio week-
Miss Linda Jones, bride.elect Mr. and Mrs 1. L. Cantrr rock and Company
Southern Loan Company
Mrs. Lee Ross, Mrs. Delbert Cemetery May frienda paid end. I
of Dona Mulhns, was guest of has as guests last wckend hl't II
Muliins, Miss Libby Oswald and their respects. TITUSVULI.
honor at a bridal shower given sister and family Mr. and Mr; 344 S. WASHINGTON AVI.
He is survived by his sister I
Oswald.
Mrs. James
/at the First Baptist Church of and broth'r.tn.law, several Ernest Gary Shealy, from Bates.'. Mr. and Mrs William Bake of'Mrs, Sarah Lawson on Thurs _.__ _. __ I

Mims on Thursday evening! Mr and Mrs. Robert Kamm- ncicos and nephews and their burg S. C., also Mrs. CantrelU'' wrll\ and grandchildren from day They plan a trip to Miami -Star-- -Advocaie Classifieds Get Quick Results!
July Itith. nephew and family, Dr. and Mrs Dptroit( Michigan were visitors 'before! redlining home. -
children. -- -
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..The Misses Millie /and Kathy Brian, from West Columbia S. Mr. Lemschus, prior to his B- -
\ Shealy entertained the guests! illness and death had been
C are visiting Mrs. Kaminer's very
by singing! "Let the Rest of the sisters and brother-in.laws, Mr. active in the hotel business for >e St. mnjil{' Sin rm lp'I
) 'World Go By", "My Happiness" and over 40 in New York. He I
and Mis. Grover C. Wright years IT'S NEW! IT'S HERE!
and Millie "Linda" accompanying
sang family and Mr. and Mrs Wade will be greatly 'missed by all r.
!! on her guitar Miss McGee( and nice, Carolyn friends and relatives and we extend
___ Jeanne Satterfield and Miss Patricia .
to the faml
smypathy
Hyatt While here they will be our
Clark played their guitars: staying with her nephew and lies

and sang several Gospel songs, his wife, Mr and Mrs. Marshall i Value
"How Far is Heaven", "Insidethe Hyatt. Circle Meeting Top Stamps
Ga'es", and "1159", which .
The Lillian R Britton Circle .
enjoyed much.
i everyone very Pvt. Robert S. Wittwer who Is nut recently with Mrs Julian
Linda then opened her L .
many
stationed at Ft. Jackson, was Kaiser as hostess Rev. Lloyd w !'i Ilf
luvcl gifts and passed them
home on leave this past weekend Mullis spoke to the group giving!! III.l
around to be enjoyed by her to sec his mother, Mrs. Elcanora the devotional and reading from "W' l GIFT CATALOG

guests. Wiltwcr. some of Rev. Stanley's books
Delicious refreshment of
A smypathy card was sent from
cake, sherbet t ginger ale punch
Erick W. Lamichus the circle: to Mrs. W. B. Jones
nuts and mints served
was by
Erlck W Lamsclms, 62, brother A most Interesting program on
the hostesses, Mrs. Avon Price, '
of Mrs H G. Baeiken, and the book of Proverbs was presented QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-f tCB GOOD THRU JULY 22NO
Mrs> John Griner, Mrs. J, B.
a frequent visitor to this area. by Rev Mullis ,
Walker, Mrs. Monroe Wheelerand
passed away last Sunday, July Following the meeting and
Mrs James McKenney to r
the following guests: I

Mrs. Osceola Glenn Mrs. Ger. ff.11aIsisjs.5Ii!

trude Harrell, Miss Patricia ARCO DODGE, INC.YOUR !

Jones, Mrs B. V. Andre, Karen ?

Jones, Mrs Joe Booth, NEW DODGE DEALERS

Mrs. Marvin Shealy, Miss p 2) Extro Stomp with Tomow Po Bqr

Millie Shealy. Miss Kathy Service Headquarters For All j Sandwiches. iA.30*
Shealy, Mrs Owen Simmons, '
Chrysler Products GOVERNMENT INSPECTED ALL MEAT 2S Extra S..pe."h Tomow Cuban

Mrs McLendon Cyril,McLendon Mrs. Alberta and Janice Dug- e Air Conditioning and Transmission SpecialistsOn I FRANKS 1B ZS Sandwiches.Infra Stqmpi w/Coott-Qulk. aA PeppM 39

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Miss Brenda Glenn, Mrs J. O. Duty Now. Superbrond CottageCHEESE Steaks. 10 fora.. 89

.Sharpe, Mrs Kenneth Blacken, Cor. Hopkins & Harrison 267-4331<< 2S E.tra Stomp* with Sunnyland '
Miss Jeanne Satterfield Miss Hl Pickle Loaf .-.. .,It.. 39
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P.M. Silver Nickel' 1 Copper' Brats ... II
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! For RentAPARTMENTS GLAMOR GIRLS"Don't For Sale Help Wanted Mobile Homes BEST BUYS173Ranch.

ADINFORMATION I 1C acre ranch closein.
I FOR RENT I !NATIONAL CASH register $111; MALE HELP WANTED! TRAILERS FOR SALE Good high land 500 ft. from

r electric cash register, $160; highway. 2 bedroom house,
: GIRL WANTED to live in new /;/. I tables and counters, mannequins TV SERVICE MAN I approx. 30 citrus trees. Pricedat
II DEADLINE1pm Publication for Wed Day* FrlII Refer. house in Titusvllle, share ox : :, reeks Barf Wholesale, 118 W.: Full time inside TV service man. MLIVEMRENiFREE I $18,950 with good terms
; A.M. tint for Mon. Publication posses 2674261.RIVERFRONT Central Ave, Orlando. 5 days weekly Apply Jim's TV,
a v Indian River City phone 267-
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UPPER 2 bedroom :: PRACTICE PIANOS I 182-Acreije near South Lake.
2552.
v 'i? WANT S cents AD per RATES word 2 bath, $125. Phone. 267-3269. -.- good) playing condition, prices star 20 acres high rolling land in
I Minimum Clianre SOo --- I at sin' I fast moving area, part of
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I;1 WILL SHARE brand new air conditioned I KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC DRIVER, Apply after 2pm. Foremost $20 down payment and $20 I which was a former orange
apartment with suitable Dairies, Norwood Ave. month will buy your own full
ALL CLARHIFIRD ADS I 2126 W. Tropic, 2676385 grove This valuable parcel
I PAYAHLB IN ADVANCRExcept. : young single man. Call 267.7933, acre mobile home lot at beautiful Is located just outside of the
Jumbllnhtnl Account MAHOGANY DINING room suit, RETIRED MAN for custodian for Lake Louis Eatates. I city limita Priced reaaonable
I .2 BEDROOM furnished, Including L 6 chairs, table, china cabinet, IRC civic center, must live in Become your own landlord. at $1500 per acre. 29 ;
ClanntfM. tmptaf RAte Avallablloa utilities 2674103. good condition. $75. 2719 Pine IRC. $100 month Phone 267-3999 Don't tear up rent receipts each down.
I HfqumtTht RIVER GARDEN Apartmen ta- P- Ridge Drive. for Interview I month. Many families now resIde -

I prlvllrf .fA.vipnn?; rntrvn or rajaotlnajany the posite Howard Johnson's, furnished bedroom ONE REPOSSESSED!: 23-ln. blonde In,our visit beautiful us and trailer see community for 191-40 acres In exceptionally

I idvortlmmiml which It datmirlanlflcBllon and unfurnished, 3 I '- GE table model TV, excellent Mobile Homes yourself the finest self-owned fine location off Garden Street
oblrotlonsble n..0 to adverlhemenZ: 1 air conditioned Sydney. -- condition, still has new warranty, mobile o near Falrglen subdivision. Excellent .
of any SchwarU, Realtor, 1141 S. Hopkins \ ? c sold at .95 will let It LOUSE ESTATES site for
I from that oMmd' to conform to new $199 go TRAILERS FOR SALE LAKE large housing
the puller of Ihli p a ).?. Avenue. 287-8100. a :' for $165. $10 down, $2.25 weekly. on East Orlando Estates Road project. Priced at a low $2000
The Mter-Aitvorat* will tint b.eeapoeNEle UNFURNISHED 3 room apart Call 267-3013 and ask Pat for this Bithlo. Florida Rt. 50 per acre, 29%; down, and bal
HiMrilon for nor one* Lena wllIt\eel Incorrect bo ment, alrcondltloned, central special. Goodyear Service Store, 63 TROTWOOD, 50 !X 10, 2 bedroom, Phone 568-2761 I ance over S years
liable for any error In edverthn- heat, lovely kitchen, range and 31S So Hopkins, Titusville, FlorIda $800 down, assume monthly pay or
menu U a malt ailrnt teen I
ment 16909. 267-3311, ext. 2G6
the met of the apaca oociiulcd by refrigerator, yard maintenance ALLENEALTY 404-Over one full acre restrict.
tba Item In the idvertlaim.nl.Bualnm provided. Adult couple only. before S p. m. or 267.2169 after R. R. No. 1, Box 364 I ed homesite, has real court
FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES
267-4387. 5:30: p. m. 3 Miles N. Of Cocoa
try atmosphere and is just
tr7/ clearance sale on all mercban
Office It Main' area Cocoa 636-3790 minutes from town.
Dial AM 1-tim APARTMENT OR trailers. Week disc en floor. Hurry while It '82 NATIONAL 10 x 50, 2 bed Directions Route 50 1 mile away
Paved of
Offlc. Hours 8 00 to 8 M lasts. 2111 Garden St, NIdy streets course and
: : ly monthly rates, adults only. rooms, Apply Lot 10 Dixie Trail past Bithlo Cutoff
excellent
504 Garden / Shopping Center, 267 S733 or 287- er Park. water, nice trees,
--- -_._-- --_- 1928. and good fertile soil. An Ideal
I TITUSVILLE, 2 bedroom, furnished Sx.lrrw-aw.tc O. e1M..m-/, 32 x 8 TRAILER with Tandem axle TRAILERS! FOR SALE! or RENT place to raise your children

Special Notice__ apartment. $115 monthly. 2110 forget the Help Wanted and hydraulic dolly wheels, ideal 2 BEDROOM trailer with cabana i and pets. $2995 Is the total
u Old Dixie Highway, Phone Or. trading stamps" for farm trailer or heavy duty and Florida room, carporte on price, $295 down and $40 mon
I SALE SALE SALE ,lando GA 69045DUPLEX boat trailer. $260. Apply at large lot. $125 monthly. Oakwood thly.
All Aluminum hurricane awnings RELIABLE, OLD'firm wants salesmen
Rocket Motel, 2 miles north 01Mlm. Trailer Park, 267.6060.
Beat the heat 2077908.Animals FOR RENT and saleswomen FuU or
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552-Downtown U. S. No 1 front
For RentWAREHOUSE
267 2620
time. Tuesday
For Sale
2t TRAILER LOIS fait SAL
I' FURNISHED!: 1 bedroom'; duplex, ---- HAYES age 168 ft. on busy U. S No.
with carporte and utility. IRC MANAGERS AND 1 in center of town. Priced
SPACE ONE USED Philco TV TRAiLER LOT trailer and Cabana.
267-3939: portable ASSISTANT MANAGERS TRAILER SALES below market for quick sale.
GIVE AWAY kittens 3167 Old $50. $10 down, $1.25 weekly. Ask Continued expansion of Jackson'a New and Used Mobile Homes Small down payment. Ival $20,600 with 25% down, balance .
WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER
: Dixie Highway 267-0972.) con Pat about this Sawyer, 2671395TRAILER .
special GoodyearService
FOR RENT OR LEASE struction. Any slit to 30,000 Minis Markets, creates immediate over 5 years.569BInduatrlal .
I.1 I -- --- feet, lease. 207-0564.up Industrial Store, 315 South Hopkins, openings In Titusvllle, Cocoa 8210 E. Colonial Drive, SPACES FOR RENT
., Dog Wanted 2,000 SQ FT modern building square or commercial Titusville, 2673013. areas Applicants must be 2341 Orlando 277-9671 I tract for lease
I Hopkins Avenue, V. 8. 1, writeP. available. space yrs. and must pass rigid background .ACCOMMODATE LARGE Trailer, I 12V acres with approx 700 ft.
t FuI.L BLOODED registered; Collie O Box 104HOUSES .. ------ BREVARD COUNTY MAPS, pre : screening Prefer married JULY SPECIALS!!! children'* section, no pets, 267- RR frontage just north of city
t Puppy. AM 7-2913. WAREHOUSE suitable for shop pared by Mate Road Depart with some retail experience. 1964 SKYLINE, 58 X 10, 3 bed 0933. limits. This desirable prop
j i FOR RENT or storage. In center of l ment. In two sections. Sold at Salary: Manager, $105.$110 room, 2 door self defrost rcfrlg, erty 1 I' available under long
BEAUTIFUL ARC registered Dachshund --- -- town Sea II. II. Hudson at star. Star-Advocate office or mailedto Assistant Manager, $85.$90 week. deluxe stove and hood ... $4195 Moving StorageLOCAL term lease with very good
I puppies for sale. Phone SMALL HOUSE, no children, 287- Advocate. any address/ In the US. for ly. Employee benefits when eligIble 1964 SKYLINE 46 X 10; 1 bed terms.
2672437. 3589\ 510 Hopkins Avenue._ $1.10 (per set). Mall remittanceto Apply In person to Mr. Md room, tremendous large bed AND LONG distance mov

FURNISHED i HOUSE i For SaleREPOSSESSED Star-Advocate, Drawer A. TI. Gee, Jackson Mlmt Market, room, twin beds, modern decor en. Moving, storage, packing 766-Popular Tltusvllle nit. club
Sale ., accommodate tusvllle' Fla. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
Boats For 8 gentlemen, Including: utilities .. ----- --- Washington Ave. & Jackson St. .. $3495 shipping, cold fur storage crat located on river for lease
__ From 4 to 0 Wed, Thurs, USED TRAILERS ing. Free estimates 267.3341.Brevard .
monthly. Indian River City, SINGER SHOW CASES back cues photographic p.m. ; Liquor license, Including: package
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1957 MAGNOLIA X bed )
Fri. 46 8 2 Ridgeway Mayflower.
15 FT. T-CRAFT with 40 h p. motor 267-0413. Automatic Zlg-Zag, like new, makes cameras and equipment room with 1 cocktail lounge and din
fully equipped. See at 850 fancy stlchcs, makes buttonholessews I at cost. Missile\ movies and a/c ing room. Confidential Infor
SHORT! ORDER cook. Franscn'lDrive 1957 TRAVEL Trailer Real I
land cruli- Estate
Delano Road, IKC. 267 2928. NEW: SMYRNA BEACH, complete. on buttons' blind hem I slides 2673766. in.FEMALE. mation on this exclusive list
ly furnished, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, monograms, embroiders, etc. All I er.MARTIN'S I ing available to qualified buy
Boat Rentals H block from beach. Weekly, without attachments. Cost over : ELECTRIC SHAVER service on HELP WANTED MOBILE ACREAGE FOR SALE er.

---- -- monthly or long term, by owner. $300 new now only $58 or pay all makes. Jay Bee Jewelers, r HOMES SALES

HOLIDAY DOAT RENTALSINCORPORATED 267.5064. $5,80) monthly Phone AM 7-553U. I _Indian River Plata ,CASHIER, full time, at Grant'. north 1224 N.of U. S. 1 18 road ACRES frontage SCOTTSMOOR, $1200 per 692 FT'I 800-Model home. Attractively

NEW 18' and 15' runabouts Convertible 2 BEDROOM, CARPORTE utility NEED USED TIRES Call for PIANO LESSONS experienced" Company benefits. Apply to Mr, Titusville overpass 267-3081 Cleared hammock land. 267'0899' furnished 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
room, stove and refrigerator. Buck at Goodyear, 2673013 lie qualified teacher and for sale ''1 Griffin central heat and central air
Call 267.6086 tops., 45 II. P. motors Convenient to Cape. 267-5733 or has lots of them In most sizes, ; _cedar chest, $25. 2679282. ;(vA mss for"; ""Skii ;l\Y.T:, 1964 NATIONAL 2 oom equity TWO a5L tracts between Ge I conditioned home. Attractive-
2671926. 435 Highland'! Terrace from 88 cents to $10. Goodyear and assume payments Mobile Harney. $2,750 corner lot. House is $14,000,
ttlnBi;;; Grant Co., Pirtle Plaza. Apply
BROWNING 23 Sq. each, all cash T W. Mero,
Manor, No 13. $450 down with FHA terms
Service
Store, 315 South Hopkins, I I
Building & Const. ROOMS FOR RENT Titusvllle. transmitter, $50. 137 Nichols to Mr Griffin Broker, Sanford 322.2481 for apolntment. Furnishings are available at
------ Road. 267.3770 after S p.m. -- LEGAL PADS Big Supply 350 .
a -- __ SATURDAY ONLY, ironing and wholesale cost with suitable
CONCRETE RK, beet quality, ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen privileges FINE WATCH and jewelry repairIng cu7 housecleanlng. Call 267-4809 after each at Star-Advocate Office. I terms to qualified buyer.
reasonable, no Job too email Call TV and washer. AM T- Jay Bee Jewelers, Indian ONE REPOSSESSED 13 ft (Continued on lint: Pig)
Bill Greene, 2874762. 2283 after 3 pm. GE doublet door refrigerator, with 4pm. II
River City, Indian River Plaza I
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805 R due d. Transferred
-- zero degrees freezer Sold brand e e
i NIDY CONSTRUCTION resident- ,ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN, With ONE REPOSSESSED Suburban new for 2I1tUO$, special price WHITE WAITRESSCOLORED : Corps of Engineers executive I
l' y Isls" commercial and remodeling I kitchen privileges. Call 287.0610b..fore apartment size gas range. $70 with new warranty $249. $10 has refinanced and reducedthe
12 years in Tltusville. Licensed 5 p.m, after II p.m call In good condition Ask Pat to down $315 weekly Ask for COOK INCOME PROPERTYWAREHOUSE price of his home from
and bonded. Phone AM 7-2326. 267 8806. tell you about this range Good. Mike to tell you about the spec COFFEE SHOP $21,000 to 19500. FHA term

ROOM FOR '3";men, private home, year Service Store, 315 South lab Goodyear Service Store 311 2679902.JESS FOR SALE: Concrete block building Down payment la just $900.
Business OpportunityWHY Hopkins Tltusvillc 267-:3013. South llopklns, Titusvllle, 267- Lovely home has 3 bedrooms,
completely elterI3: !_ .!.. 3013 (new) 2500 Two
Nichols I Road 2673770 8 _. sq.ft. paneled offices, 2 wash 2 bath, large patio, fenced in
NOT PLAN to Reduc.Jni ENGRAVING AND bead restrlng- -- -
open a yard, fireplace, shade trees
Studio For complete information p.m. Ing:. Jay Bee Jewelers, Indian Remember pay your Paper Boy. -- rooms. Best location in city. Use one side, rent one and many other features too
write State Distributor, River Plaza, Indian River Plaza numerous to mention. Largelot
IOTEL ROOM in private home. -- -- side. Total price $15,900 with $1,900.00 down.
4100 7th St., No., St. Petersburg, Whispering Hills. $16 weekly. in the finest of locations
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''f J2?!_ __ _.__. 267-6885. I
I 549-Rcdiired. US No. 1 front
Camping Hunting LOW RATES, clean private rooms WHs1u1 I BEST BUYSIN
.} tor work men 267.6181. George age in Mims 200 feet with average
depth of 642 feet. Owner
TAKE YOUR vacation In Florida .
a
camper Mike reservations now LEAN ROOMS, working men, $9 Barley 4-BEDROOM HOMES: We have five 4-bedroom wishes to sell and has re-
Call Double 1. Campers, 267-1584.: weekly up. 18 Ave., W. CHILDRE' ducrd his price from $82 50 to
267.0234. Inc. i 2-bath, single or double carport, many extras. Priced $60.00 per front foot Liberal
terms available.
Child Care $1280 PER PERSON per week. pALT .. 1L. from $15,000 with $450.00 down, FHA mortgage or j
Rocket Motel, M ma.. Phone 267- REAL ESTATETHREE
: KIDDIE KEEPERS 3097. i : no down payment VA. 471-Lot on Pine Lane in I.R.C.
f :8):8)Trailer I Lot is 50 x 123 feet. Owner
\, I 24 HOUR SERVICE SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies 4 I asking $2200. cash.671Handyman's .
t for rent. BOl Orange SI 2073400 -
Open 7 Days ) BEST BUYSIN special. Furls

5 Days $7.50 WAREHOUSE FOR RENT BEDROOM, 2 I ished frame cottage on 75 ft
.. bath home in Coun 3-BEDROOM HOMES: We have five 3-bedroom lot plus an additional 75 ft. lot
Phone 267-9570 --- -- --- --- ,
I NEW APPROXIMATELY 1800 sq. try Club Heights with frontage on U.S. No. 1 In
ft. with air conditioned paneled formal dining/ room Lot 88 x 100, In City, Well 2-bath, single or double carport, many extras. Priced Scottsmoor Owner says sell
For Rent office. $125 monthly on years and bullion Florida and septic tank In, $2,700 Cash.. from $14,000 with down I all on an "as is" basis for
lease Call 267.2806 or 267-6317. room For details call $450.00 $9100 monthlypays I $2200: cash.160Acreage.
P FOR RENT Geo. Barley, Inc., at 195' U. S. No. 1 Frontage. Zoned all FHA and VA. I
2 SMALL OFFICES and warehouses 2673622. B1 $26 per front foot.
Floor Sanders, Polishers for rent. 200 square feet, 153 acres pricedat
alrconditioned office plus 600 Nobody here but moving mini 184' x 202' U. S. No. 1 Frontage. a low $275 per acre. Has
aq. us
AM 73255FACTORY TRAILER LOTS available in and
of
j ft. warehouse $125 mon VERY SPACIOUS 3 Zoned BA Automotive. out city limits. I some Indian/ River frontageand
space
Call right now for the dittlls
PAINT OUTLET bedroom 2 bath home I
approximately 2 miles of
thly each. J. W. Chlldre Realty
165' U. S. No. 1 frontage, riparian
how time effort
on you tar save with air conditioningand
Baldwin_ Shopping( Center 267.5583.II end money whon you make carpeting Large rights, will sell, lease or build to IF YOU HAVE A NEED IN REAL ESTATE WE CAN railroad close to new frontage Cross State Located Can. I I

your next move. We handle offIce fenced lot with own suit FILL IT. al.

as well as house moves.Think I well. Must. In see beautiful to appreciate WIIITE ACRES New 3 bedroom,

BRAND NEW BRICK HOMEREADY Whispering! Hills i 1 1 m' bath, FHA, Sewers, city water 569B-Large Industrial tract for
of central heat, sidewalks, $tc,- lease Close In on railroad. ,
area. 400, $450 down, $108 monthly payment CHARLES M. MAXWELL REALTOR Particulars available to Interested i
FOR OCCUPANCY .
including principal, Interest parties.
SEVERAL Excellent I and insurance.
FIDELITYAg.nt taxes
furnished and unfurnished 345 S. WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE 2677840
homes for rent WHITE ACRES New bedroom, 1 Business property on Palm
Ii i $15,600 in Titusvllle. 2 bath FHA large living room, Ave, one lot away from Garden .
double carporte, central heat St. Zoned BR (retail sales
ALLIED VAN LINES ducted for air conditioning $16,- "North Brtvard'a Oldest Real' Estate Service"Wet and .services House present.
I I Florida Room 3 Bedrooms ly on property. Owners will
STORAGE & TRANSFERDAY 342 S. 700. $700 down. $125 monthly payment
including principal, interest sell or lease.

2 Fully Tiled Baths With Vanities OR NIGHT WaRhlngtoni' taxes and insurance.J. anCon t & zu.

Phone AM 7.0228 W. ChUdre Realty IIZJ Qel 811-Forest Hills area Large
1 Double Carporte Kitchen Pantry 2675563A yt V'n home made for the family accustomed
-- to better than average
I .
I living. Home has foyer,
PHONE I II TdeptwerrarhluatnA large family room large livIng
AM 7.JU) room with outside patio,
267-2039 SEE OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE ; Jim dining area electric kitchen,

I I wall to wall I carpet, fireplace
DAY OR NIGHT HollandINC. If the central heat and air condition:
I you are considering purchase of a home in the
In I. 2 car and a bedrooms
II HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing garage
-- -I Titusville area contact us for an appointment to "TOUR and 2 full baths pricedat
U. S. No. 1 2 Miles $22.000 with $1500 down and
: I North Of Minis At THE TOWN". Fll\ terms Shown at your
Kids Walk to School! Rocket Motel AM 7-3097 convenidnce.DANENBURG.

j 1. Check with us for purchase information on FHA
1. LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL NEW and USED
I acquired properties.
LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES

Moms Love the Kitchens! WATER Etc. i iI MOBILE HOMES 2. RENT or BUY Three bedroom, one bath home. e

I Sales And Rentals $12000 month. Paved street
i ,..

3. FOR RENT Three bedroom, two bath home.
$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY SPECIAL
1 r Dads Relax In Comfort! 50 X 10 NEW 2-BEDROOU $12 .OO month. Prime community. Available for

TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on $396000 showing by appointment. REALTY

HUNTER '. U, S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S.1 1 for one more -USED
mile to our entrance on right. For free Informationcall 38 x I STEWART 1-BEDROOU 1 1314 South Washington

PARK HOMES PRICED$18,200 FHA FROM 2675586.: $119 .00 UJryan-Contvay y & H/inittatl !}nc. AM 7-3358

DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Where buyer and idler expect
10% Down Local Bank REALTORS
IN BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES INSURORS
t. AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK Financing
INDIAN RIVER CITY 267 5221 WE TRADE NYTHING II Dial AM 7.2011 Day Night or Holiday and fet better and filter lerrlc'If.Ii' *

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I Houses f"o" SAL .rtjr. A rallur MI to MTV. m Am.w .
Estate >r ihill oonilllul a eoiwnl to
HOUSES FOR SALE HOUSIS KOR SALEINDIAN Houses FOR SAL DRESSMAKING:/ ORIGINAL styling LET ME sell your car or boat. ll.. tiklns and t. th. authority .f
FURNISHED 3 Bedroom 2 bath lk HOUSES FOR SAL expertly fitted, alterations for I Browning Auto Sales, 2671520. action and la fit th* just eomr..*
home Indian __
MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2. S, NOW IS THE TIME In River City $1800 mesa and women's garments. .Milan ..d ihall eonlltuw .S
[BEDROOM HOME Tangelo st, or 4 bedroom homes brand new RIVER HEIGHTS, near FO SEE the delightfully different down. Call owner 2076768.r Lillien Hudson, 267S158.FREEIII. 1958 FORD, radio heater $300. waiver nf all d.fnaa sad obj ot.

( $10,750 $500 down, $89 monthly. In area of much higher priced schools and shopping heat 3 bedroom air new homes In Colonial iMghts ; BEDROOM, Ito -bath shallow; 267.1423. Ion.YOU not AKB no !:pr..oal.l.FURTHER NOTI-
2 bath central and connditioned. ,
Zeke Evans Construction 2S02: homes. Small down payment and 3 and 4 bedrooms, all with 2, PIED: th.l I if you paw no hj"'rtlnnr
Large private lot 77 x well. $550 down. 267 5833. 59 FORD standard, 1 owner, SO000 ,' dnM th. :
( Hopkins 373237.BEDROOM only $85 monthly total payment baths Designed for fee, modern I la t>kln' / you may
; Lots of extras. mules Best offer above $, .orv. plalntim allornmrNotice .
143 ft, patio, L.P. BOTTLED OO. urns s
-- -- -- VA down GAS
BHENT- needs by
no payment family and their many BY OWNER, 3 bedroom den 2 of Appmranoa dMl*..tl.*1Iho
I 2 bath new, lowdown WOOD ESTATES, west on Oar- Phone 2671120. an architect specialising I :la this 1 bath low down payment. 107 INSTALLATIONISuburban _2675833. property In which. you claim' la
I payment. Nicest\ section IDTltusvil --- -- ... Intunxird. and th.....,..
den St. AM 7.7142 or 635635. field. From $98 to $110 a month I Petty Circle 267-0683. you)
LARGE 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, central ,
i Wanted
e. Forest Roth 267-J3M included Immediate, Propane To Buy .11.11 receive nntlca of all pree..doIn <
heat and air, 3,000 sq. ft. everything t. sffwtin y (ho 'old romry. ,
---- --- 4 BEDROOM> I BATH home In
MOVE IN TODAY air conditioned --- ------
little or nothing von, ARIL NOTI.
residentialdistrict. occupancy, 2019 U. S. 1 N. 267-0411
I BEDROOM alrconditloncd nice -
home Whispering Hills. $1200 down, Many extras USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto PIED laal tbo
down. Call today for directions.COLONIAL 3 bedroom, 2 bath home In at trial of Iba taau4
[ family room, garage, South Circle monthly payments $117. 267- 943. Low down payment, no Forest Hills. Fireplace, screenedporch farts. AM 7-3886. .t Jot corn p..aii.,. .b..lllar. of
I Drive, Forest Hills $18,800. qualifying. 2671294. HEIGHTS not rOil hso..w.nd. 0' .nod ..
dlshwaiher. disposal, double FURNITURE 10UCHUP and refinishing N..U. .t Apmsranowp. you m.
down P. andI BY BUILDER. bedroom, central -- -- -- ---- CROWN BUILDERS
$1100 $105 monthly
Zeke Evans, Construction 2502 air oil heat, wall.to-wall carpet, FURNISHED 3 Bedroom 2 b.I ."\ 267-8621 _, farage. F11A terms 2G7- also antique. work, Work Wanted p..t I". enmmn.alton.vide. a I..0 Ibs... mid amoa.of tolb. .]
extras. lot home In Indian River City Call 7821. guaranteed service. 267 5733. I. whkh' bays
I Hopkins 207 3267.:! many Large corner I promrty you say
Whispering Hills Road to Greenwood owner, 2676768HOME 2, 3, and 4 BEDROOM homes, with LABORER wants work. What do interest ad you may .hero in lh.dialrihuUoa .
2 blocks north. Make the -- and without air conditioning. Zek TREES? PAINTING, expert, reliable and you have to do? AM 7,3963. or 155 awed ot .ompt

terms with Inc. 297 I It BARGAIN Evans Construction Co. 2502 So. IN FLORIDA ? We have satisfying work. Estlmstes glad. en.atlonYOUARn( FURTHER'

S494.AIRCONDITIONED. Masonry MIMS cement block 3 bedroom; Hopkins. 297.3267. D homes left,you on say lots with pinesand I -1 ly.. AM 7-0778. __ ___ HOUSE OR kitchen work. by day, FIH that trial by jury of :NOTIM': :t
REAL like new. Large lot, price reduced hour orIN'k.. XI 6164, Louise. .... nf Jn.t ootnprniallo It day
3 B/R 2 BATHS hdwd floors oaks, If you are looking for 1 maadocl, by plalallff I iU I
Tlnfow Lenore :
to $8950 ,
I IV* blocks i home not Just an ordinary Used Car & Trucks / rramla tl. Roarlck
Avenue, TitusviUe. Phone 267- nice neighborhood l'NITJi"TATIt: DISTRICT "''unci. <1. lt.arlck
1 1 I 1481. from new Catholic school. Price house but a homo plan for your ___ __ __h ____ "UI'IIT Mmill DIMTKICT Of! Trial Attorney I S
.oo don pymt. enjoyment call today. 3 and rUORlPA OKIANIMI 1)1 SCION Drpartmont" of JtMtlc
$12.ooo with $750 BELA1R Chevrolet
57 2 door ....... ,,
4 bedrooms, a baths central CAHH NO m H.I OKI.. 1'1 IVII. 01,1.1
ESTATE ; WE HAVE several new, 3 bedroom Phone AM 75901._ heat ready for air. From $98 to good condition. Heater. $050 MIMIK: Of 1'olrwV(1'IOV: Ailnrnoy for 1'lalnllff
2 bath homes, with Immediate VNITk.1)! iimui .
iTATKH
I AM 7-4628. Oh-! AMK.KKA.:( :
I $450 down, 3 BEDROOM m bath, with large $110 monthly Including every. a ) : <<1 N, Mafnolla ,
occppancy paneled family room. $08 monthly thIn,. KHAlow down, VAno I960 aldan peville >v. :p 1o. BOK, J/.B.I. : '
I $91 monthly pays everything. M S4 AeRRMor Orlando' Florida
LAND, '
190-Zonod Business toes Call Wessner: Realty. 267.7125. includes everything 11200 !down Immediate occupancy clean $2050 267.3874 after 5 p.m. LK". HITUATK IN JIll I'lainurr./: / nATM: : July 1:1: I KM.
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ion on u.s. 1 with 270 feet ol down. 267-5588. COLONIAL, HEIGHTS COI'MTV. HCAIM. _..ly. .':. July :M. tl. An*. 3 .in on.> 11X14. _
frontage 250 feet deep. Priced 3 BEDROOM IH bath, $300 down, CROWN BUILDERS 1964 C11EVKLLE radio, automatic AND nlTTIN. "" I.'1'1.01, JlIIt'- ;-
with 3 BEDROOM $95 monthly. Call Wessncr Realty BY WNERquallfyln; ,. S bed 267.8621. transmission, call 2675(1301V4 ( KINM, at II., I--COUNTY JI'DORH oITRi)
front foot
st :
$115 per [lrrrnl., nl.. IIIIKVAIIU ( FLORIDA
IVfc baths, beautifully landscaped, 2 bath roofed patio, $800! COUNTY
267 7125. room -- .
TOI John M .
29'; down ctlk whom rosidn'" ." Nn 4.1kHTATK <<1& .
yard pump, fenced yard near equity $93.95 monthly. 2675753 LOTS FOR SAL CHEVROLET, Impala sta and whrr.hnulseun, knowsafor : OP! MARQAR1CTB M.COIFMA1 .
NASA Causeway Indian River LAKEFRONT ESTATES: has the lion wagon automatic transmission tllhiri.nl nxnh anil In. : '*. also l known aaMAKm'KKTH
178-OLD U.S. 1 frontage with City. Call after 6pm. 267.7682. homes with you'lllike. ENJOY THE charm of living In a RIVERFRONT LOT In Bell wood, power sUerlng and brakes, "Miry: Tract min: M. MAKOUrU,
2 bedroom home. Lot size 60 advantages red brick horn by 85' 225' Oolnman R:. Ailli-r and Nona, ITS M. and MAUOARKT 1C.COI _
3 bedrooms, IH baths at Kingsberry on river deep on old U. radio, aircnmlitlomr, other extras Ina', a unrpnrailun, whomroililitnna .KMAN: DKOKARKnMHIth 1
k 250. Selling; for a total price COZY BEDROOM, l.bath.b $12,600. $500 down $79.38 monthly Manuel Builders, on Lily Lake at S. No. 1 near NASA causeway. Call 2075030 anil: whumiilmuii ore : TO ( HKIMTOKH .
of 8000. in kitchen, on large beautifully 525 Key Largo East, Imperial Sales Price $10,500 cash. Call unknown after dlll.oM! wankanil TO ALL. PPKMONH HAYING
P and I. 24 mort
landscaped lot. Five mature citrus Including year 267.8495. AM Ifi4! CII F.v i iT"Kurb '' I Inquiry Trail 82.S' rl.AIMM OH nt.MANDS: AOAINSt
IRC 78901.
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of Estates. Thin ... ,
gage Large lots. Just south unknown holri. devl. ., I AID KHTATK, 1
D15-Duplex South of Titus- trees and many others. Own Hills Country Club forward speeds aluminum body I |to/sloe.' nnrinnnl ,*- roe and ouch of you are "....h+
ville Situated on large 100 x ers moving Only $7,500, with Whispering 3 BEDROOM. Iii BATH, $300 EDGEWATERT BEAUTIruZTlotwith large capacity' with I extras. Low .Mil, ;llvr. of !tl lm a..r. nf notified and rrqurreil. to file say
150 lot Each side Is furnished $1,000 down. Ryan Realty. Phone (Route 405)). George. B. Barley down, $75 monthly. Call Wesi- trees 75 x 178 Close to Indian milage Call: 2675010. I Marah. ; Kilos Pur.c.n., rodlona iln ..w.,1.whoM nl,, .lama and demanda. which you 0".lIh.r
I
Inc., TitusviUe. 267 3622. namr-a of you, may haves agaa4pad
1 bedroom with screened 2674691. ncr Realty, 267.7125. River $2400. Park Avenue whnroabuuiii am unknown .. .male, In the office of HornVIHOII.
porch and carport $13,700 total Realty, 103 E. Park Avenue, 1900 4 DOOR Chevrolet;; Brook- after. dlUxont search. anil In'gi.lrr H. CONKLINO, County
price with terms avail. Edgewater Florida. wood station wagon, power Tract villa Ju.... ..llrevard/ County, at his of*
M"C'n..I who, redden'. fli-e In the Courl Hnuae In Tltue.
able steering, power r $975, loA, wh..r..hlllli. .
see unknnwailnnua vllle, rifirlda, wllbin.1. calenda
EMPLOYMENT OPEN DAILY 3 LOTS 80 x 104, Indian River S>epp r Corporation t can lie seenat after ..1I1I..nl ro.eh and n'15sire miinthe from th. time of tha flratpuhhoallnn .
V.4gNew mobile home park. City area, $1250. each 207.6513, Indian River Pure Service ; Trent, ai l;ie ) of Ihle nntlca Haekilalm .
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h. Whll..h..1 .who.
--- -- rwl' or ilrmend must be In writing
Located north of town on U.S. OFFICE 9 AM. 'TIL 5 P.M- Station. anil whcn.>*hiiiil> are un anil. contain tha place of reeldenntanil .'
1. Owner Is passing savings on A i Real Estate Wanted known sits illllpii.nl. nenn..ft pout office. ai4roa4 of the claim
the first 50 lots laid 1964 FIAT, $125 Take over payments and Inanity Irnitt a; ID .nt and muni be .....r.. to by thaclaimant
to you for 629 Brevard Ave. Monday thru Saturday Call 2675951. M L Whllnhviiil whom rent.dunra hla attorney or
Water and sewerage available -- and whirrahnuli" ire the lain, .Ir.nt'i: : .
In 90 days Total price Cocoa Florida a a 1, EXPERIENCED Brevard Apart BUY F.Si CARS'WIIOLESALE unknown after illllxoni wan..h Vltlnr C. IMnemore
Inquiry Trail |Irma: A. hxerulor: of aalJ aatat .,
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per lot $1795. with terms ment builder (references) will HhllKllY: NOTIKIKI1. : Churl... M, Kverett
4> thai a tomplilnt In ,
51 International pickup $125 Cnnilnmniitliin loll I. Orann Are
Merritt hn. hrrtilnfora h...n fllnd In Ih. nf.fl Orlando. 91 la.
K 55
-Twenty acres on pay top dollar for apartment or 56( Ford pickup 2V: 1... nf Ih* tl-rk of th. alrnv. Attorney' for Ketala'
Island, near proposed AlA and 'M CMC pickup 100 namiKl court In .n aillon la con.ilrmn July: U 30, IT AutI (Mnn) ISM.
MILA Causeway tourist route. business toned lots or acreage '54 Olds, 88 Hardtop: 150 an ..'.Ia In fr, nlmnlo. .,,11..

$2200 per acre with Investors .' Titusville area, for builders terms '55 Pontiac ins Jwit for ,puhlio bownvvr.rnada I to and enh11n8 hl: hw.v omrnmnii., mm. MlI.. IMTiriCNOTICIC

terms '57 Fund, 4 dr. 225 Ho "111I11.... rallioada, and |>lm| Unix, Oir MKKTINO or TMHOAHI !
We Are Now Accepting or take your land In trado for ':5H Ford A, auto. 250: hi Ih."A1 uropmly lliihnl,drxrlhvd; In stliiil.ula HKKVAnn> t COUNT,KJUALUATION.:;

D.45-Three acres with Route 50 51): Opal, 4 dr. 250 a |..rt h.r...', for horns,nithllo and'HIM mmU la NOTIl la hnrrhy ilven thai th4 '
frontage and 2 bedroom home. new proven Income property In 'no Opal 2 (Ir. 250! I provliU for thn .iKlillnhmrnt' nl Hoard of County Commlmilunara
This la still a good speculation :/ ':57; Olds Hardtop 350 ddlilnnal ,,,'11111... fur Ih. IIH n| will tit a a Uiiard of Kauallaalloel
JOB APPLICATIONS Brevard County, In exchange, Ih* Nillimil Avinnauiliw' .nd, Moue" at tha hour of 10:IMI oclink', A,Mi
buy at 13500. 55: (hrvy 4 dr., V 8 310: Admlnimrailon and for nlh.r' imps Austiet. <. 'M4' In the Comml..lon<
4> ij DUBOV DEVELOPMENT '58/ Fiat, 1100 250 ln.lil.nl thorMn Th* Innd, IKI hen ere Honm, ('ourt ii'''' ..' In Tltua.vllln .
A.67-Ten acre tract of good : CORP. 'ffo Plymouth, 4 dr V.R 550 wlmiml, hy th. AilmlnlDlialor, nf the rlurlila' far the: purpoee ofhearlns
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Nallnnil ,
Aonn.uO'A and cnmiilalnla) and loitlmonv'
Nino" "
high land just East of U.S. 1 For The 1101 Serninole Drive '59 VW Dus 9 pass 4.10 Adnilnlnlrailon' for arqulnltlnn by .. to the value af any properly
with beautiful pine trees IS 'Corvalr, 4 dr. stick 850 'th. Unltvd lit.... for u.. In fan. real or ptrannal, aa tI..d11' the
minutes frive from Causewayto Indian Harbor Beach BROWNING AUTO SALES n.otlon with NASA l..unnhn! Tin A.....or, for llrevard County,
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Hll for Mnnd .
1 un.r I..nlIn"I |or the year IM4
Cape. $10,000 total price. Floridaor 405 Hopkins 20715201W 1'rna.nim, tip O.n.v.r.l. rlnrlla.''' All ...ran". tiavlas aomplalnt of
NEW SEARS I _ loll, fur curb nlhnr u.ian mar \>. teailmony to offer, are .beroby. requeitvd -
A.68. -Five. acres, cleared except '6'm Call Eau Gallie : FORD SKYLINER r/h" PS tcuilv auihorlxml' h.. Cunsrixa or by K:.. to appear. ., Ih. lima, and'
Ord.r ulaae above alalml, writ'
r In file
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for palm trees and a few 262.315.1/ I good/ w/w tires. Clean condition. The auihurliv far Ih* Iskinl l II 'In (ion tpellmnny.: wild I the:: ('l,rk of lha
orange trees 330' county road $525. 2(177( %!). ornrd.no. with Ih. Art ot Con. Dosed af Cutiiily ("omnilwl...n.ra*
frontage. Within 1000 feet of COCOAROCKLEDGESTORE -- --- Srwa SIrovol) Krlinmry M 10'II HS lirlur In Hie hearlm/ dale .. shawl
14455 II,,KC. 2lMu), amt above. i
proposed Union Carbide Plant. Aim uiipl.mnntarr, thnrvln t and Jose: If WICR1IAM I IIIIAMIMAN
Check these features and see FHA-VA Approved Lots mni1liirr) lh.-r.of and unrlur th* ; I i
this Investors terms. furlh.r authority nf Ih* Aol nf dmIr.M IIOAHD or riUNTY /
parcel. pprovd AUKil.t I. I2S COMMIKHIONKIIMIIIIKVAIIIJ ,,
t
Singleton( Avenue. Right in the middle of the action. Slat.: as?. 40 USC, ) "I: skip ::1t of tOt'NTf,
II68-Two bedroom home with ("II...... apprond July n Inns M I OH 11)A,
Excellent terms for builders. JHublln Law So.MM. TJ MIst 428. ('('111'1 H 1IAKVKS, CLERK
large Florida Room paved U IISC 8(78b/ HI,. whlih auih.nrli. July :SO! I flll.,1,I IUK4
street, city water and sewer .. iqul.lllnn/ nf Ih. In", ..,1 .

and fenced I back yard. Ideally Opening Soon Business FrontageWith 21.IKa IMI Acts U'ublloS.w, ;j:: ;: ai al-os> \\.V., Auiu.l ri July .IN ii'DICUI.TUB C'inr ciuti'iT I'IT COPS or ,.!.NINTQ.

located between U.S. 1 and :; H ItWf ll'ulillu l..w, S7.IW4)\ ). XIMI.n IN AND roll :
Hopkins. Total price $10150 .l 17, IMI iPuhlli' law I?.141)). and, lOtrNTX. IN UIANCntr'
with $700 down and low monthly water and sewer. Good location for 7-11 type operation July 911 1'IfI2 'ifuullr law ST. 4Hwhlflh >, 2WITSOK
... Anl. mad. fund ...II.hl. I>HI' TO MOW t'\I'1i1O''
,payments. and laundromat. Owner will build to cult if for nuih 11r'nsps.TOif CITt 0.' Tiri'HVlLI.K. a miinlH.linllty I.
:: I AUK rilllTIIBR; NOTf- ,. In Ih* luunty ut Hr.varrt
BENEFITS :1\\
JI.174-Furnlshetl 3 bedroom 2 CHECK SEARS desired.'t PIED lh>t If ymi havi. .n, ilij.nl. ...ala of Florida. ,
\.. Ion w d.fnnm .In Ih* l I.kln" nf your rtlllon r"rATW
bath home in Mime. One block '. |irup.rly you iru r.qulr.il' In ii.rv
off U.S. 1. CBS construction. DAY WEEK 1 Duplex LotsAn upon vlalnllffa, Itnriivv, :' : at (Ih* ad.dr : or rt.omnA and the
40-IIOUR h.r.ln I dmia-nuud' within Ta..payr>, I'roporly Total price $12,000 ; '; twenty d.vi ,flop Auxu.t ii, lies; in (') .na or the Illy nf Tlluavlll
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4> > ANNUALLY An...*.' /"Id.nllfylns,. to'ludlno, ,n.roililKnti ownln
7-PAID HOLIDAY ; entire city block plus an additional lot 100 132. pr"i>*rly In .
1 JI-l09-Two( bedroom home with x whhh you rlalm In hove ." In. 11.0.1| or .uh).. la 1..Uo.
and sepcrate .-\1 p. -- You can build up to 23 units on this property Just 1 block l,.r..t, a.5lnlh.* nature >nd I ...- lhrr.lt.,
Florida room BENEFITS
LIBERAL VACATION aft of th* Inl.rnil cUlmml. and Rmponil.nt*
situated on four lots from Garden Street. Water & sewer already! in. ;------ ---. TO TUB", iTATW or rLllHIOA..
dome THROIIOH TMK STATIC ATTOH-
Is air conditioned and HOSPITALIZATION & LIFE INSURANCE NKr rOH TI1H NINTH It'III'IAI.C'IIWI'I'r ,
and carpeting Is Included. 86 BE SAFE! Or SAID KTATB"' TUB
orange trees with full crop. EMPLOYEE PURCHASE DISCOUNT IncomeLive MNVKRAI. I'Klll'HtTT OWNEHtf: ,
Owner has just reduced priceto I TAXfAVKHM AND rlTIZKNN OS*

$14,200. Buy this and pick PROFIT.SHARING & RETIREMENT rent free plus money in the bank Beautiful air THM FIORIDA CITY. IN or( I.UDI.MU Tirusvn NON.,
BE
your own oranges conditioned owners apartment plus 3 additional Income SURE! HrHIDKNTH: : OWNINO PROP
rKTY: I>R UTIUKCT TO TAX.
4>
units always rented. Tenants pay all utilities ATIOX' IHtKRIN.. : AND AI....
II-lOS-Elite 3 bedroom 2 bath OTIIKKM HAVING OR (LAIMINU
home in Whispering Hills including water. Top clo.sc-in location! Deal Only ANY HlOlir. TITLE: OH IN'TICK.KMT .

Owner reduced to $15,500 I ,' TillS" IMs11ANCA, Ar.I '.
price SALESMEN AND DEPARTMENTSALESWOMEN 'f I I -753) lir BtTHK
With $500 down. You must see $400 Down 'With I'lTT 'or TITUMYII.Lais:

this to apprlclate quality. Call2b77037 MANAGERS AREALTOR rioniiiA" MON or! IIONIIK HAHTICUI.AKLf HRRKIN'AKTKH : '

for appointment. "i.Km'KIDKD:! on TI> UK Ameer:
3 bedroom
2 screened
baths built-ins
kitchen
porch Kit IN ANY WAY TIIKRBUT:
11172-Swimming pool 3 bedroom Needed In These Lines Needed In These Lines with huge dining area large living room, walk to school You anil .*ch ol you ar. h..rbfoqijlrait '
So.pp..r on lha Sth dy ofAuiu
2 bath home with double s> Cameras and Office and shopping. l. IIM4, at 11911 .clock P.M.brlora .
carport wall.to-wall carpet- Look for this .lb"'I Grout Court of Hrvarounly .
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Furniture
Equipment < at th* Braiwk
extras
fog and plus extra
many .
symbol for your tourthouM. In ItOCKLBUOR: :, Flora
large pool. We hope you'Rtecognize Shoes Sporting Goods: Move In Today It 8 Ids .Dd show osu'. Why. tb. prsval
protection signlflei i 'lh
this buy at 21000. of pvtltlon .d. In"Ih.* abov4atltlod

Vac., Sew. Machines HousewaresAutomotive Very large Whispering Hills home. Air conditioned, Integrity 1 ami pr<,MM.illn th. bond/ ,.....1.not aorllMKl .kiranUid ..

3 bedrooms and baths. Double Screened and high professional and III. prondlns a.tboKl
Ladies Ready to Wear carportc, porch .
l ln| th humus* th.r.ot vallaal.il
and pool! Only $fiOO cash required standing. Deal only sad tonflrnwit t said bnnJs eoa.l.lIn '
Foundations with o Realtor Only a anf your Million On* IlumlndH.hlyfly
Carpeting I Thousand Dollara lS4iIwToouoti
Realtor displays this seal I RxolM '
Infants ChildrenGirls' ) Tan Rv u
All BrickA Kondt dated May t. llot, matarlnj
VARROW Plumbing-Heating Wear Bryan-Conway & In lbs yeara im thronsh 1K:4, dal:
cluelvo, boarlnc Int."... at not .a.
Appliances brand new beauty with popular split bedroom ar. Winstcad Inc. .dlnlt tbe heal palm. ..yabl

Paint taint rangement. Built In kitchen Florida room double car. George M. Barley, Jr., oeml-annually deoorlptlon of, a.1.r.onlrtl. II: .

Restaurant porte. This la a quality custom home ready for occu- Inc. proceed contained Ins la. the Petition filed la th]

pancy. .. rSisLll I Campbell Associates, DONB and ORDERED at Tftusiviii.
Inc.J. ., Bravard County, riorlda, tblj
i la. ( day of July, 1M4' ,
We are the Area Broker for FJIA owned homes. W Childre RealtorDanenburg's ./ Wm: a, Akrldi '.

NON-SELLING DEPARTMENTS '+'!i/.' Beach Judos.f th* af Ninth tha Judicial Circuit' Court Circuit+

Realty Florida, In and for DrevardAac
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REALTY Service Station Attendants Tailor J'I'','M, EDWARDS REALTY .. Edwards Duffy's Real Realty Estate July 15, 20.I1 NOTICM.' | (Man.) 1M41;


Coffee Shop Counter tirls Ed Kitties Agency Notlra la hereby Ivea that thvaderelined <

2700 S. Washington Ave BALDWIN SHOPPING! CENTER Harris Realty Inc buatnae. at 114 dalrln Julia, s. to Coast ena Tltue.>* I*

TitusviUe Fla. L. B. Newman villa riorlda. under Iba name ot
i The Book Nook'. Intend to ...Iatorth.
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I i I' r.l.phol1.1 i 267.3281Nlt.. 287-7821 Sydney Schwartz Circuit nor Id a. Court of Bravard County
Broker j
Don R. Mancini 629 BREVARD AVE. Old Sentinel Bldg. COCOA, FLORIDA W J, Smith Harry O R. JnhneonJahala Jobaeon

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A Community Of Fine i Homes In Titusville ';5 ,14750 to S6850 Homes restricted to 11m Iq ft. minimum.



F H A LOW PAYMENT DOWN Only 2 Miles West of U 5,1' On Garden Street COWART & CARTER



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:Guaranty Company of ]Ealtimore,, OQ.QJ)0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0'0 0 OOWIOOO
|gene of tho nation's leading multi;
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:South r of who states were In the Invited East to ,and the Round Roast d(onelss) lb. 1ge I ; Green ells /apo.id Stampsg..... ... .
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in the latest life intiur.ance D Swift's: Franks . . . . 3 pkll": $1 1
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'practices." Mr. Maquln, who resides at D Braunschwcigcr . 2 !;Ar'bs' 69* Jw Green 'Stamps

1103 Lane Avenue In TiUmvillle r. I ..,h Ire swpr.....-.., !
with.Is a past his wife president and three of the children Titusille ,. Herman's Orange .Bond Breakfast LISTERINE TOOTH PASTE

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Sausage ,
the life, health and group Insurance .r . pig r\::: nitro ww rob aa s- rt:
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Carpenter Agency Inc. Tatty Seafood Treat

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Crawfuidville, Ga., graduated from Alexander Stephens In.stitule __ _
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Carpenter Agency Inc, 719 Cur ( +
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meeting RponHorcd' bye I I, GOV'T.-INSPECTED I J1i Green..stamps........
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.'Life In recognition of their outstanding 4 reg. pkgs. 45c _J
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'strutted in the latest life Insur. o Swift's Franks . . 3 pkgl.. $1
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;.as the most modern Insurance Swift's Premium Sandwich ,Spread or T.rBAm50I

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'4103 Lane Avenue In Titusvllllt ...._... !
with his wife and three children, Herman's Orange Band Breakfast' I LISTERINVrOOTH PASTE
Is a pant president of the Titus.
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Wakens" Wagon Intirnitlonil.,with. . .. .. I House & Garden Bomb
over 5000 haiteuM, tin manthin Nescafe limit 1 pleaseInstant r
thirty yin t.p.ri.nc.: in reg. ilse $1.49 ..
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